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THE OMAHA DAILY 11 EE: WEDNESDAY, SKPTEMllEIt 17, 1002.
will t Uk tll II m. for IB
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taenia edltlaa aa ulll S 80 . a.
ward flrat 1,Mrtla,
I a. ward lkrifttr. NatalBB taken
far lesa than 4tr far the atrat tnear
tlaa. ThM advertlseaiaa ta ha
Advertisers, by ea.aasflBr .
hered rknk, tu have aaawara ad
dressed ta washercd letter ta car
f Tk Bae. Aaawara nddreaeed will
h delivered ra,tUai ( iM
FOR SALE CIGARS.
$50.00 IN GOLD.
It ay' to- btty your eltfnrs of ui. You
may wake tip wim day and tind vourself
the possessor of Fifty Dollars In Gold that
we give away to our customer each
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Butler & Miller.
N. W. COR.' l6Tir 'AND'' FARNAM BT3.
WANTED MALK HELP.
WANTED Canvasser. Man familiar with
bouk mid newspaper work preferred. Must
to hustler. Apply Kwia 107, Bee Bldg.
5 FOR HALF A KAY'S WORK,
if yoli.live In the country or In a small
.town and hava a, god acquaintance
among tn larmerw and stock raisers m
the neighborhood you can make 15 vastly
by four oc five hour' work. Write us
and We will s"nd you oui proposition.
The Boa Publishing Co., 'Bollciiors' 'Dept.,
Omaha, Ne-b. '; ' ' B Mil
, . . I . I ,. ,i i, ,w . i . . , .
WANTED A good map in every county to
take' SubttvTiptiOnw for 'J The- Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agauita make good
wages ever whir, tycittreiices required.
Aduress, Twentieth Century Farmer,
Omaha,- Net . B Mi
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GOOD messengers wanted nrst-dass pay.
A. I. T. C., ia H. 13tn.- I - B-727 111
THE OUAHANTUU FUND LIFE
Wants lira loiaU agenta.Ln every town in
Nebraska. iTha proposition poaseaaes spe
cial merit and (a easily written. Haiary
or commission to tne-rignt man. Aaoress.
J. C. BulllBgtOH, secretary. Alliance, Neb.
. m . J Ba. I JO
WANTED, two aooke -for Wyoming west
ern railway.- Lior agency, 8lu 8. 11th.
WANTED, flva well dressed,. well educated
solicitors to do special work In connection
with daily newspaper; liberal salary and
commission; bring references. Call for F.
C. Kussell, room 1W, Bu building, after
o'clock a.-in. B tiuO
n't. puii.ii'iiii i 1 'i
WANTED--Aetlve, educated men In cen
tral western states. Fixed weekly sal
arly, or definite time guaranty. Give age,
eTpertmce, references. . Dodd, Mead &
Co., - Chicago. : . B Mim 17
WANTED,, two or three) good men to take
managerships or ouUOMown branches;
$76 per month straight salary; must fur
nish S1,UM, eae.h bond.' Abbott Commis
sion Co., grain, provisions and stoma.
214-213 JN. X. IAIO ClUg. IS MimI
,i l -
WANTED, experienced dress goods sales
man. J. jU UrandelB ik. Hons.
- .. B 053 1
WANTED, salesmen In oloak department;
none witaoui experience need apply. J.
1m Brandeis & Bona.. B M 20
, - , ri i
WANTED, atrfna; music team for saloon
work. Address Fred Littleton, Sheridan,
t wyo. r u-i-zi
"WANTED;an axnerienred soda dispenser:
must have good references. - Apply at
once to Mf.' Flook, 2d floor, W. It. Ben
nett LO, U-2 16
THE annual poatofflr examination will be
. held In Omaha Novembar 19 for clerks and,
carriers; only a common school education
required; polities .or religion not nonatd-
rreu wo . prjuai H, man iur me, ex
aminations a 'larger bvrcent of (hose.au-
. pointed each yer; -Information about all
government poaltwns , free. Columbian
Correapundeoc Coijege Washington, u. C.
WANTED. experienced laundry man: single.
good habits; write for particulars, giving
reference-. Address Stat Industrial
School, Kearney, Neb. B 264 18
jiustlino deputies 'Wanted: men or
. women; splendid contract. The Ourden-
ers, 416 Be 'Bldg. ' ' ' '' B 276
WANTED, fvrstvlass ftrltannlca 4nd War-
ner Mhrary salesmen for Iowa. Kansas,
Nebraska, Montana, North and South
Dakota. We pay traveling expenses and
monthly advance. You call on Inquiries
only. Permanent find exclusive territory
systenV. Address American Newspaper
association, suite 6-H N. Y. Life bldg.,
untnt, mod. n?ss uitt
WANTED,, an experienced carpetlayer. Ap
ply reopie a more, tsSH n
WANTED, a flrst-flass coatmaker at once.
Jacob Thomaa, 703 1st St., Hastings. Neb.
t ". B-281 19
WANTED, men who are weak or diseased I
to write for free booklet edited by the
leading and most successful specialist In
the united State. Address J. Newton
Hathaway, M. !., S3 Commercial blork.
nioux ii.t,y, 4a. . - a sm li
ARM YOU dissatisfied with your work?
Our. free booklet. "Are - Your Hands
Tied 7 ' tell how we have :Qua Ifled
sand In apara- time for salaried positions
' In more congenial and profitable lines of
work. Write . International Currespond-
' enc Schools, box Ibtib, Scranton, Pa., or
call day or evening." Omaha office, 637
raxtoa blopk, ... . B 267 17
WANTED, everywhere, hustler to tack
signs, distribute circulars. sampleV etc.:
no rnnvHaeing; good pay. -Sun Advertis
ing. Bureau. Clilcngo, B 284 17
. i . '
WANTED An . experienced salesman in
men s hat department;; none but such u
have .had ,un. year's experience need
KPPl..v J.r 1 -BrajiUtfla a Hon.
. ,; i ' '.- B M296 19:
WANTED BcHhT maker $2.15 per day,
pine) hours' work. - Uea Mnlnea Mfg. A
Supply- Co., Pea Hulnea,r.lwa.
It M29T 23
BALESMTEN," exclusive territory; salary or
commission, satisfaction guaranteed. Ap
ply fyr trrms (9 "'BJ' Waster Nursery
wo.; ijiwrence, lvan. m cji -
WANTED FEMALE HELP,
WANTED. , a. gliod girl fbr general house
work; snvalj fuully, good wages. 2is S.
$8thgve.. .., ' . . .. : ,., C W6C0
Call Canadian o tiles, 15lb A Dodge
WANTED. -4w yeung lady student to
learn huirdresslng. iiiaiilcurlng and chi
ropody ami stlenflRo magaag. Calb ur-
wnte Room Z20, Bee Bldg. c 188
WANTED, good wages to a good cooki
.. . .. . v. . . .. .. . . . i .. .f. i i j ........ '
tiuiiv v.uca ..vw myytj ii.ni.j.
NURSES' COLLEGE, Pueblo, Colq.';-llif e
months' course; diplomas; opun October
l; w rue. v aiiiu xr
913 Mason St.
WANTED, girl for general housework r-4
West Boulevard. C 962 20 .
, - , . r .
WANTED, a refined young gIM for second
work; a good situation. Call between 1
and 1 or 1 and I u, m. at JaJO lkKlgn at .
3 . . . LVilJJl 18
, j. ,
WANTED, exocrlenced salraladle In rloak
departmenL; only those of expvrlepce need
I'WJVW- fe Branmsljj Jk Vvn.
WANTEtJ,.a .woman of middle age who ta
SIHl IK LU irSYft) C1LJI Iam cuwni Iiuuntj-
work Tn family ,jf vc: glva lefereiu es
and state wua wau(:4,
Add reus L, l-ug
WANTED, working housekeeper In family
or tlire aai'lU. ,Aira l. a-e
" -1 . N ' C til
WANTED, 4ml y cook. Xafcka Restaurant.
1604 Vasa bu V .
WANTED, girl far .. general
PW Georgia Av. 1
C 958 17
QUOD girl or mlddle-s gd woman for gen
eral housework; four lu famlivr easy
WAITF.D-rEMllK H K LP.
family of twr..
116 N. 23d St.
C 270 IS
WANTKI), f.k anil second girl for family
I'l the city. Applv to Mrs. 8. C. Mill.,
Madison hotel, lst and ChlCAgo sts.,
Omaha. C-277 22
WANTKI). a. conk; rood wriges paid. Mi
T. J. Rogers, 1120 Park ave, C 27!
HDI'fiKKEKI'KK for small family of mm
ml two children, half-Brown: must bo
capable, good cook ami neat. J. L.
Thomas. Egbert. Wyo. C 22 20
LADY to travel In Nebraska ; $.V) monthly
and nil expense? to start; permanent
I oHin If satisfactory; self-addressed en
velope- rnr rcpiv. Address president, -ii.i-62
l)earhom, Chicago. C '."i'l 17
FOR 11 EST HOUSES.
HOUBKS. Mures. Bemls,
TO MOVE rlgnt get Omaha Van Storage.
Co.; office lhllVa Farnam, or Tels. lii-M3.
6- ROOM modern, good repair, on 8. 32d ave
nue. 'Phone 623. D 777
IlUUOtJ F. Davla Co., 60S B
SEE PAYNE, BOST WICK A CO. for cholca
houaes. 601-3 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 101.
P 1J5 "
9-ROOM modern detached house. Inquire
Jbi Capitol ave. D-MMti
VANS and baggage wagons.
FOR RENT, a house. 8314 Francis street,
120.00. Omaha Realty Co., 1301 Douglas St.
MAOOARD Van A Storage Co.
HOUSES and flats. Ringwalt, Barker block.
(-ROOM modern, good repair, on So. S2d
avenue. 'Fhona 523. D 771
1617 CAFITOI AVE. 8 rooms, modern, 43;
2i St. Mary a Ave., u rooms, modern,
Uo; 2423 Ersklne, 6 rooms, iew, modern,
122. ,j0: li4t 8. 2tith. 6 rooms, modern, 120.
Others. Rlngwait Bros., Barker block.
CENTRAL, steam heat.
Tizard, 220 N. 23d.
FOR RENT Nine-room cottage; parquetry.
bath, etc., east front. 1130 Georgia Ave.
MODERN houses, $26.00, 20 00. 15.00: other
112.60. 110.00, flats 110.00. XS.00. U. E. Tur-
klngton. 605 Bee. D M879
6 ROOMS for rent. 2519 No.
OCT 1 S-room house, 1901 Spencer, modern,
HO; 6-room house, 62u Cass, modern ex
cept furnace, $35. W. N. Nason, Hotel
Furnam. D M926
FOR RENT, 10-room. modern house and
barn. 2116 Spencer St.. 126.
9-room modern house and barn, 1909 Blnney
10-room modern house and barn, 2210 Pop
uleton Ave.. S25.
7-roora house, city water, 922 N. 18th St., f 15,
309 So. Utb St.
TEN-ROOM houae and barn, modern, steam
neat; price, J36. Also ten-room house and
barn, modern, furnace; price, $.12. Apply
to J. A. Scott, in Omaha National Bank
D SW6 lt
OCT 1, 9-room modern bouse, 1941 Park
Ave. inquiitt xuo i .ik ac. ..
.-.'., D-M101 !
FOR RENT, Georgia ave. home. 8 rooms,
nice gas grate in parior, iurnace, porce'
lain bath, full lot, paved street. $30.
J. li. SHERWOOD, 937 N. Y. Life.
8018 Sherman Ave., C r. modern flat..t..$ S.tM
sib uewav Ave.. r. all modern, walk
ing distance ., v
112 S. 2xth Ave.. 6 r., city water 10.00
209 Bristol St.. 8 r.. city water and
gas 16 00
34ci7 Jackson St.. 7 r.. all modern, nice
nlaca ; ; 20.00
t?iiS Burt St.. r.. all modern, furnace.
. i - - rn
new liuunc ...wv
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Tel. 171. Main Floor N. Y. U Buldg.
702 S. 17TH. 9 rooms, newly nape red and
modern, new plumbing ...x&.oo
624 S. 20th. 8 rooms, mo
2.y5 St. Mary s ave., 9 rooms, modern
4924 Davenport, 8 rooms, modern
1214 S. 17th. 5 looms, city water
2M7 Spencer, 6 rooms, city water
rata a. iin. a rooms
3018 Plnkney, 5 rooms, city water 10.00
Com'l Nat, Bank Bldg., 16m Farnam St.
FOR RENT, 4-room cottage, 2o8 Blondo
5-room cottage, 18th and Burt St., $11.
Inquire at l in. itn si. u jm zi
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOX4,
DEWEY European botel, 13th and Farnam.
$1 PER WEEK 412 8.
St.- one block
soutn or court nouse.
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge.
TWO nice, cool, furnished or unfurnished
room. 2504 Davenport. E 431
I COOL, neat rooms; new flat.
220 North 17th.
E 759 17
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th A Chicago,
NICELY furnished, cool , rooms; modern.
2011 Harney. ' - 083
A SUITE of rooms, newly furnished and
papered; modern. Including telephone;
suitable for couple, or .two or-raor raoiv
2216 Douglas. L M1-U
NICELY furnished rooms, single or en
suite; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
16th and Chicago. E 636
1011-15 Farnam st.
NICELY furnished rooms for light, house
keeping; also unfurnished rooms. 2.U0
Dougllis st. E 243 16
with or wjthout board.
LARGE south alcove room, modern. 2T80
Harney. , . r, 27K 2
5, 3 OR 4 rooms for light housekeeping.
626 8, 21st Ave. , E-257 22
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Merrlam, catnforiabl summer horas. Tel. 85.
, . F 301
FURNISHED room, with or without
board; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel
. lbih and Chicago. F iM
CAPITOL hotel, 18th and Capitol ave., on
block from P. O. : superior table, elegant
locution; $1.25 per day; special rates by
the Week, 830
FOR RENT, desirable rooms.
212 So. 2fth
I FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
JjKBK room spaee, $5 per month; ground
floor room in in nee DUiiding. lacing
' Farnam street; no expense for light, heat
or Janitor service. R. C. Peters Co..
rental agent, Bee building. Q lis
TOR RENT "TORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pled by The Hat at sis Farnam St. it
lias four stories and a bafcement which
. was formerly used a The Bae press room
'This will 1m. rented Very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rose-
water, secretary, room 100, Be building
' . X -61
Mantel at I'll t o.
I'OR RENT Stor In flrat-olasa location;
lent reasonaoie. nppiy rv. reiera
Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. l-2
" r 1 , .
FOR RENT, first-class storage for house
hold goods or merchandise. Apply to H
J. Windsor -1M6 Dodge St.. or to li. K
Kaston, ilia Dunsuny Hats, loth and
l'lerc Bta M 27
PRIVATE lesson tn bookkeeping, etc
night . ctgsa Moud , Wed., Frt U. It,
luthbun, room la, Cotu'l Nat I bank.
i .- - - Ma?
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to TMR
TWENTIETH CKNTl'RT FARM ER.
Htemly employment with assured good In
come. Agents In the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvasser
make easllv $Ho to $110 per month. Ad
dress. Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau.
Bee building, Omaha. 213
SALARY or commission to sell famous
glass burner, an electric light on kero
sene lamp; million In use; sample by mall,
Sue; Illustrated literature free. Monarch
Novelty Co., 315 N. W. bldg., Minneapolis,
Minn. J 21 1H
W ASTEDTO RENT.
ANTED Furnished house from t to li
rooms, by reliable party. Address" K li
Bee. K-M216 21
WANTED, bedroom and parlor with pri
vate family within walking distance oi
iown, for man and wife employed all day.
iddress K 23. Bee. K 2f8 17
WASTED TO KLL.
hard coal burner,
WASTED TO BUY..
WANTED to buy. house and lot between
Laven worth and California street ana
between 17th and 27th streets, on monthly
payments. Address K H, JB1e'j-ft'21
FOR BALE HOUSES, WAGONS, ETC,
GOOD, family horse.
1318 Farnam street,
itinnY FROST ualnts and repair
a-aaoni See him. Mtn ana ieaven-
worth. lei. 1447. P203
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
WHITE sawdust; season checked oak tim
bers, cheap; bog fence, etc. vul uougins.
FOR SALE, phonographs; superior to any
other musical Instrument; Jo up. 1 he
Wlttman Co., 1621 Farnam. W 206
INDIAN goods add relics. 1119
DH AND safe cheap.
Derlght, 1119 Farnsm.
inn styi.ks trusses: catalorue free. Sher
man & Mcconneu urug to., 101a anu
Dodge, Omaha. 4 2o7
VIM puncture-proof tires, $4 95 and $7.00 per
pair, omana )icycie to., loin ana cm
cago Sts. Q 210
EDISON phonograpli, $10, $20 and $30;
moulded records, aoc each or to per dos. ;
new wheels, $15 up; 2dhand, $o up. Omaha
Bicycle Co., ltith and Chicago Sis.
L. M. E. alway hurry. Tel. 780 Q M21i
FOR gas fixture see Sam'l Burns.
y m u IV
FOR SALE, a
pair of Imported Mexican
Auaress iv a, Dtt.
CHOICE milch cows. 5 Shetland ponies. S,
T. Camube 1. 4213' Center, pnone maca
1123. . Q-213 013
BABE BURNER. 2001 Burt St.
CATTLE Have chance to keep 1,000 head
for winter, good range, water, sneiter,
hay, corn fodder, 7 miles from V. P., 15
mile from B. A M. In Custer Co., Ne
braska. Address F. L. Haycock, Calla
way, Neb. R M920 25
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant: 1614
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist, B15 8. U.
. ."i - , -,8214
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R 2.
T M651 05
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15. R. 7.
GRACE O'BRYAN of Ky., 720 8. 13th.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; babies boarded and adopted.
Mrs. Gardels, 2234 Lake. Tel. red 1M4.
VIAVA. woman's way to health. Horn
treatment. Booklet free. 346 Bee Bldg.,
Omaha. f U 216
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Doug
TEL. 7S0 for L. M. E. messenger.
SHAMPOOING and halrdreaslng, J5o, In
connection with The Bathery, 216-220 Be
building. Tel. 1716. u 2l
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladle before
and during connnemeni. Dr. ana Mrs,
Gerlflch, 4o3 N. 15th St., Omaha.
CHIROPODY a specialty, in connection
with The rsainery, rooms no-zzv uee uuig.
Tel. 1716. U-218
$30 RUPTURED CURED FOR $30-No
knife, no pain, no aeienuon irom ousi
ness. Send for booklet, etc. EMPIRE
RUPTURE CURE CO., 932 N. Y. Lit
Bldg., Omaha. U 221
HAIRDRESSINQ, manicuring and chirop
ody, for lames oniy, in connection witn
The Bathery. 216-220 Be Bldg. U 222
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R. 2
U 0Y1 blB -
OMAHA Dye Works. 1515 Howard, the
fashionable cleaners oi ladies and gentle
men's dresses and suits, lace curtains,
draperies. I'-VH 08
EL1TF PARLORS, 615 8. 16tk t.. Id floor.
SEND 25c for complete lesson In- deep
breathing exercise, bum j. tox. io f ar.
nam. U-902 O 10
'IF emokln' hurt your blxnes, quit the
blsnes," for you can't afford to forego
the pleasure of smoking
LESSONS In Raphea basketry. Mrs. Ma
rlon Christiancy, S'H, jiarney.
U M201 W
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
nnement: nrst-clasa In every reapect
babies adopted. Dr. I L. Miller. 2604
Blondo street. Phon V 1182. U 211 OU
BIO reduction in ne
w ' and second-hand
bicycles ; new one
Louis Flescher, 1622
at less than cost.
NOTES dramatic. ' Read September What
To h.at. rsewsueaiers, luc. u Mi lo
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N.
15, 2d floor.R.2.
U 2W 017
HOW shall man attain the highest vltalttyf
Read September What To EaC News
dealers, lou. 285 17
DR. B. M. JACKSON ha removed to 1505
Farnam at.. 2d floor. U M295
MONEY TO L AON REAL ESTATE.
4H PER CENT on business property,
t per cent on residence properly.
Options to pay w hole or part any time.
W. B. ME1KLE, tol 8. Ulh st.
LOW RATES. Private money.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Mala Floor, New York Lit Bldg.
MONEY to loan oa Improved Omaha real
ebtat. ureunsn-Love Co., 303 t. I3ih.
4Vs TO 6 P. C. money.
Bemls, Paxton Blk.
FARM and city loan, low rate. W. H
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. lsig.
S PER CENT
luaua. Oar via
MOKY TO IOAlnEAL ESTATE.
WANTED, clfy loan and warrants. W.
Farnam Bmltn at Co., farnam st.
F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. K. C. Peters ft Co., 1,112
Farnam st., Bee Bldg. W 22
$100 UP; low rate.
Prlchard. 1712 Fsrnsm.
MOXBY TO I.OA9I 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
niture, pianos, live stock, etc W also
mak loans to
without mortgage or endorser. We do
not deduct Interest In advance, we charge
nothing for making or tiling papers and
our service Is quick and conndential. W
always try to please our patrons.
OMAHA AIORTOAwE IX) AN CO..
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 229.
(Established 1892.) IK4 So. 16h Ht.s
$ DO YOU NEED MONEY? $
$ MONEY TO LOAN $
Tl'RN'ITl'RB AND SALARIES. I
$10: to $6"0 loaned on FURNITURE, $
PIANOS. ETC and to salaried people $
$ at very lowest rates and tor any length $
$ of time, without publicity or removing $
$ the property. Payments can be made to $
$ suit your convenience. $
$ Call and get our terms before going $
$ elsewhere. $ i
RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY, $
Room 303, 'Third Floor, Paxton Block. $
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ S I I t $
KEEP YOUR CREDIT GOOD.
No Mortgage, no lrulorser, no publicity.
AMERICAN 1VOAIN CO.,
Paxton Block, Third Floor, Room 303.
LARGEST BUSINESS ' IN IOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity: easiest terms: 40 offices in prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. A SIS
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
114 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
Chattel and Salary Loans.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Successor to J. W. Taylce.
745. 633 Paxton Block.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, norses, cows, etc. c . neea, & b.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co., uo. to Dun ureen, s uarKer nioca.
FURNITURE of 10-room. completely
eaulpped. tine location. $&0. 7-room flat.
well located, $190. These are snap; be
quick. J. li. Juhnson, N. Y. Life.
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, Mccague Duuuing.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quick, see J.
H. Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life. Y-11243
HARDWARE stock. $4,000 to $5,000; best
location In town; will sen an or part. Ad
dress W. J. Deertng, Carroll, la.
WANTED At bargain, $1,600 to $2,0u0 clean
stock drug In good eastern Neb. town;
give full particulars, iv. -aa, Bee.
FOR BALK, general merchandise stock of
$3,000, located in one of the best towns In
N. E. Nebraska, where crops are assured;
last year business $-):tTW: other business
reason tor selling. Address tv M, nee.
. . a - Y-200 1S
$2,500 TO $3,000 per year ' .'Che largest Fire
Protective Equipment 'House.. In America
desires first-class buslneMs man" In each
locality as representative 'excellent, per
manent, high-class proposition lor capa-
. tile man. Address Harris Safety Company,
St. James building, ew iorK.
' ; Y-K9 M
CAPITAL secured for meritorious enter
prises, companies promoted, stocks and
bonds riought, sold and .underwritten.
Willis Todd, 625 N. Y. Life hldg , Omaha.
Y 290 17
19.500 FOR EXCHANGE A nice, clean.
bright, up-to-date stock of general dry
roods, notions, ladles and gents furnish
ing goods, mostly all bought during the
past year, invoicing about $9,500; no fix
ture; owner want a little money to pay
his bills and win take some good town
nronerty or land for the balance; stock
was never traded or run down, but will
have to be removed. Write Brown & Co..
414 Hall bldg., Kansas City, Mo., for full
particular. is 2w iim
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
DO YOU WANT
TO SELL A FARM?
If you want to aell a farm or ranch, tell
the farmer and stockralser about It. The
beat way to reach them I through
This agricultural weekly : goes to 35,000
homes of farmer and atockraisers, so if I
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you ought to find a buyer
among them. Th coat of go ad 1 small
1 cent per word.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
. OMAHA, NEB.
FOR SALE, cottage In Hanscotn Place, t
rooms furnace. Dam. gas, pavea street.
near car; lot 45x150; rent, $26.00 pit month,
plus wster tax. Price, $3,uun can be pur
chased la payment. Adore j v. Bee.
FOR SALE. T-room modern house, nearly
new. lull lot. near Amea ave ana mm.
Price, $2,0u0; part cash, balaoc long
' Th. 8HERWOOD. 837 N. Y. IJfe.
FOR SALE, 81 acre fruit and garden
land, eight-room nouse, good barn, su-
pies, cherries, plums, eight acre In timber,-
two -mile from car line. . Address
1U3 O. f irst, v-o until eiuua, xa.
EASTERN Kansas land, price $10 to $30.
Address D. U. Killer, xaies center, Kan
sas. nii-Hlia 823
RANCH and farm lands for sale by th
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAUester, land commissioner. Union Pa-
el no Headquarters, uinana. .Neb.
HOUSES and lota In all parte of city; also
vcre property ana rarm lands. The O. .
Davis uo.. tioem i eunoing.
HOUSES, lot, farm, ranches, loan; als
pi insurance. - ueuu, raxiou oiock.
PUEBLO No better Investment today
than good conservative and Judicious In
vestment- in Pueblo realty. Orln 8. Mer
rill. Baxter block, opposite P. O . Pueblo,
Colo. n Miz U2o-
FOR RENT, 8-room modern
$314 Francis EL
KELSEY'b. wall paper, 17th and Douglas.
"Phon !.. titivi
OWING to chang or occupation, owner
desires to sell hi place at one and will
aell at a bargain: If taken be lor Septem
ber 80; 6-room house, newly painted and
repaired, gas, fruit, chicken house, etc,
lot 60x124; don't answer this units you
mean business. Price. l,6u0. Address
J 4. Bee. RE 327
TWO well built l-room houses, desirsbt
locauou. Aooly ItA. li.lou Hi.
FOR SALE RK.1. ESTATE.
WHY FAY RENTT OWN YOUR HOME!
Pee the Indiistrlsl Tlome Co. of America.
T'est plan on earth I Office. K Hd. of
Trade Bldg., Omaha. R. M. Wilde, mgr.
It K 677 Oct i
SEE PAYNE. B 8TW1CK A Co. for choice
bargains. 601 N. Y. Life Blflg. Tel. M1G.
GEORGIA Ave. home for sale, all modern
house, part cash. bal. long time. J, II.
Sherwood, 937 N. Y. Life. Phone
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREOG 8 H., Touch T. W., Bus. Branche.
Tcleg. Cat. Free. Om. Coll., 17th A Doug.
A. C. VAN SANT'9 school.
717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLE8 college, court reporter principal
N. Y. Life.
NER. Business A Shorthand College,
f 1 J-
DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist In diseases of women In Omaha,
would call the attention of suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement and his
treatment for irregularities, no matter
what caue. Call or address, with stamp,
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1513 Dodge,
LADIES' Chichester's English Pennyroyal
I'llls are the best; safe; reliable, rake no
other. Send yc, stamps, for particulars.
'Relief for Ladles " in letter by return
mail. Ask your - druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
LOST, one tan-colored lady' pocketbook.
silver letter S on front; return to Calu
met; reward. lxst 265 10
LOST, lady's gold watch; reward offered.
Address K 25, Bee. Lost 2t3 16
LOST, pocketbook. Union Pacific and Bur
lington mileage auu excess oaggage
books. Issued to I. N. Pickett. Return to
Hay ward Broa. Shoe Co. for reward.
LOST Tandy's open face silver watch, pre
sumably on rarnam car. Reward it re
turned to Paxton hotel office.
Loat M2SH 19
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. 1. ucnutree,
20th and I-ake streets. 370
IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1510 Howard.
FAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business conndential. 1301 uougias.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbln, 1516 Farnam. I'hone 7M.
OID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Ki-ite MR. !M Y. l.lte Ulcllf. Tel. 1UI4.
638 Bee building.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
OMAHA School of Masic. Twelve free
ccholarships lor one year, -commencing
October 1st. tor narticuiars ana pros
pectus apply F. H. Wright, director of
studies. 315 Ramge bldg.; for staff of
teachers, see Sunday papers. 613 Oct 10
LAMBERT TYPEWRITER Price, $20. Is
fast, efficient, durable; easiest to learn,
use and care tor. Sent on approval. Mon
roe Co., 811 No. 16th St., Omaha.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors and
safe. O. Andresn. Prop., . K'2 8. 10th St.
CHAMBERS, 17th and Douglas; now open
for reception of pupils; formal opening
Soptsmber 24. 'Phone J-lYio (.circulars).
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2020. New and secondhand, bought, sold.
exchanged. O 202
DRESSMAKING In families
or at home.
Mies Sturdy, 25FO Harney.
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phon 1717.
506 8. 16th.
L. M. E. haul trunkn. Tel. 730.
WE ARE western headquarters for Edison
pnonograpns and recorua. prices, $u up.
rseuraaaa cyci wo., loin ana Harney.
CAPT. THOS. CORMICK, private detec
tive, 61 Karnacn diock. Tel., A-ASV.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirt, 8e; collars.
ic;cuns, 4c, iiau ieavenwortn. Tel. A-1.S3,
STATUARY FACTOR V .
6TATUARY and ornamental work.
712 8. 11
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th,
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam. TeL U33.
Send lor price list, cut flowers and plants.
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled. Jo xouseu, 1411 farnam st.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 8. 13th.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. 611 So. 13th.
GOLD, silver and nickel plating.
Plating Co.. Bee Bldg. Tel. 2too
MIXED country acrap, $U; atov plate, fci.
Alpirn, buz far nam. Zo2
OM, Van 8tor. Co., liUV Fru-
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO. rlrnt;
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage ar: 1
dead anhnols at reduced prices. 621 N. 11
Tel 177K ?.V.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
STILLMAN A PRICE. 2.1 V. 6 N'i Hk. Pld.
ELECTRICAL ItEP tlltEIIS,
GRAND Electric Co., 16 St Jackson. Tel. ?'&.
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. DerlBht s. Hi
Farnsm street 2ii7
WANTED TO Bl.
When You Write
remember it only take an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw the ad In The Be.
Full Set of Teeth $3.00
Special Free Clinic This Week
! CllirKeli for
HR11JGL WORK DONE 1 REK
$3.00 Gold Crowns $J 00
ORDER TO INCREASE OUR ri.lNIC
want every mrtn. woman and child In
Omaha to have th.lr mouths examines
bv the professors of this college. All our
work will 1o done free.
Small charges for materials.
We do 8s we advertise.
Sl of Twth 13 wl I l.-'ld I'HIIintn..
Prlilpps 5 Silver Kunnm
2tk Hold rrewm ... .00 BrldfS Work .
UNION DENTAL OLI.EtiE
OK PAINLESS DENTISTRY.
l."22 IOUGLAS STREET, ROOM 4.
Open Dally; Nights till 9; Sundays, 10 to 4.
POSTOFFK E NOTICE.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
ns chungts may occur at any time.)
f oreign mans tor ine ween cuciimk o-ij-
tember 20. 1902, will Close tPROMPlLY In
all cases; at the General Postotllce as fol-l,na-
PARCKI-S Vc )ST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing time shown below.
Parcels post malls tor Germany cioeo hi
5 p. m. Monday and Wednesday.
Regular and Supplementary malls clnse
at l-'orelcn Station half nour lutcr than
closing time shown below (except thut Sup
plementary Mans lor i-jurope ana central
America, via Colon, close one hour later at
WEDNESDAY At 6:30 a. m
per s. s. Philadelphia. vl:i Southampton
(.mall for Ireland must be directed "per
s. s. Philadelphia"); at 8: a. in. (supple
mentary 10 a. in.) for EUROPE, per s. s.
Teutonic, via. Oiu-cnstown ; at 11 a. m. for
DENMARK, direct, per s. s. nscar ii
(mail muut be UiicctJ "per e. b. Oscar
THURSDAY At :30 a. m. for EUROPE.
per s. s. Fuerst Bismarck, via Plymouth,
Cherbourg and Hamburg (mall for France
must be directed "per s. s. Fuerst Bis
marck"): at 7 A. m. for FRANCE, SWIT
ZERLAND, ITALY, ' SPAIN, PORTU
GAL, TURKEY, EGYPT. GREECE,
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR
QUE,, per x. s. La Lorraine, via Havre
(mail for- other parts of Europe must be
directed "per s, s. La Lorraine").
SATURDAY At 7:30 a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per it. s. Ryndam (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Ryndam"); at
o a, in. lur nM-iiit ra direct, per
Kroonland (mall must be directeo 'er
s.;s. Kroonland ); at 9:30 a. m. for SCOT'
LAND direct,, per s. a. Columbia email
must be directed "per s. s. Columbia' ): at
12..50 p. m. isupplcmentary 2 p. m.) for
EUROPE, per s. s. Umbria, via Queens-
PRINTED MATTER, ETC This steamer
takes printed Matter, commercial Paners
and Samples for Germany only. The same
class oi man mailer ror oiner purls of
curope win not oe sent oy mis srHp
uiiiess soeclully directed by ner.
After the closing of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Mails named abuve. ad
ditional Supplementary Mails are opened
on the Piers of the American. English.
French and German steamers, and remain
open until wnnin ion Minutes of the
nour oi tuning oi steamer.
Malls for Sooth and Central America,
West Indie, Etc.
WEDNESDAY At 12 m. for YUCATAN.
per s..s. Daggry, via Progreso (mail must
be directed ' per s. a. Ajaggry ).
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA. YUCA
TAN, CAMPKCHE. . TABASCO and
CHIAPAS, per s. s. Monterey (mall for
other yarts of Mexico must be directed
"per s. s. Monterey"): 81,6:30 p. m. for
JAMAICA, per s. s. Admiral Schley, from
FRIDAY At V a. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND direct, per s. s. Rosalind; at 12 m
for MEXICO, per s. . Niagara, via Tam-
plco (mail must be directed "per s.
Niagara "); at 6:30 p. m. for BERMUDA,
per steamer from Halifax; at 11:80 p. in.
for NEWFOUNDLAND, per . s. Buenos
Ayrean. from Philadelphia.
SATURDAY At 6:30 a. ni. for BRAZIL, per
s. s. jieveuus, via pernamnuco, iiania ana
Rio Janeiro (mall for -Northern Brazil,
Argentine,. Uruguay and Paraguay must
be directed "per s. . Hevellus"); at 8:30
a. ni. for BRAZIL, per s. s. Catania, via
pernamouco ana nantns (man tor North
ern Brazil must be directed "per s. s
Catania"): at 9 a. m. for PORTO RICO.
CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per a. 8.
t aracas (mall ror Savanllia and Carta
gena must be directed "per s. s. Cara
cas"); at : a. m. for PORTO RICO, per
s. s. Pathfinder, via Ponce (ordinary mall
oniy, wnicn must oe directed "per s
Pathfinder"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
io:ju a. m.) ior ruinuNii island, JA
MAICA. SAVANILLA and CARTAGENA
per s. s. Altai I mail for Costa Rica must
De airected - per . . Altai ); at 9:30 a.
(supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for HAITI
ana daoTA makta, per a. s. Valencia
at 10 a. m. for CUBA, Per a. s. Morro
Castle via Havana; at 10 a. m. for
HAITI, per a. s. Prlns Wlllem V (mail for
uuracao, Venezuela, Trinidad, British and
uuien uuiana must be airected "per s.
Prlns Wi.lem V): at 12:30 p. m. for
CUBA, per a. s. Ollnda, via Mtitanzas
(ordinary mail only, which must be
airecieu --per s. s. oiinaa ).
Malls for -Newfoundland by rail to North
Byaney, ana thence by steamer, close
at 4iua onic iialiy at 6:30 p. m. (con
necting close here every Monday
Wednesday and Saturday). Mails for
Mlquelon, by rail to Boslon,' and thence
by aleamer, close at this office dally at
6:3U p. in. Maws for Cuba bv rail to I'o
Tampa. Fla., and thence by Meamer, close
at this omce dally except Thursday a
-a-.ju a. in., tine connecting closes are
made on Mondays, ednesdays and Sat
umays). Mans ror Mexico City, over
land, unless specially addressed for des
patch by. sUamer, dot at this office
daily except Sunday at 1:30 p. m. and
11:30 p. ro. ; Sundays at 1:00 p ni. and
li :m p. m. Man ror Costa Rica, Belize
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, by rail
to New Orleans and thence by steamer
close at this office dally except Sunday at
-i-.su p. m. ana ii:ju p. m.; nundays
1:00 p. m. and 11:30 p. m. (connecting
closes here Mondays at 11:30 p. m. for
Rellse, Puerto Corteg and Guatemala and
Tuesdays at -u:a p. in. ror Costa Rica).
negisierea man closes at 6:00 p. m. pra
class matter for th Philippine Islands.
maim ior nawan, apan. t-iuna and lust
via Ban rrancisco, close her dally a
6:30 p. m. up to September 'Hlh, Inclusive,
tjr OesDatch Her s. a. China.
Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle,
close here aaiiy at t.tu p. m. up to Sep
tember 17th. Inclusive, fop desnatch uei
s. . Kaga Maru. (Registered mail must
be directed "via Seattle").
Malls for China and Japan, via Tacoma
close nere aany at :3u p. m. up to Sep.
lemuer -locn, inclusive, ior Qlspatcn pe
Mails for Tahiti and Marquesas Island
via ban I ranctsco, rloae here dally at 6:,
p. m. up to September 2uth, Inclusive, for
(lrBpsccn uer s. a. siariDOsa.
Malls for Australia (except West Australia.
wmi n w torwarciea via Europe). New
eaUnd, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via San
1 ranc ihi o, c lose her dally at 6:30 p. m.
alter September Ulh and up to Sepiem
twr -mii, inclusive, or on arrival ui
I.ucanla, die at New York September
-jucn. ior aekuaicn l.cr . s. Ventura.
Mail' for Hawaii. China, Ju'.an und first
cuss waiter lur ti-o I'liU.iv'i- IslaudJ,
I'llSTOH'K I" OTH I'
via Sr. n
Frsnrlco. rinse here allf
6 U j. in
tin to Hi'i'ti
to September Inclusive
lir s s. Imric.
M ills for the I'lillipnlnc Islands, via Rhp
l-'rancisccv lose here tially at 6;S0 p. m
tip to tcptembrr -'111. Inclusive, for tils
PHteh per It. S. rransport.
Malls I r Hawaii, via S.in 1-TSnclscn, closi
here dally at ti:3r p. m up to Septembet
jsiih. Inclusive, lor dispatch per s. s. Ala
meda. Malls for China mid Japan, via Vancouvet
himI Victoria, B. C, close here dally si
:ii p. m. up to September 9Mh. In
clusive, for despatch per s. s. Empress ol
India (registered mull must be specially
addressed. Merchandise for V. 8. Postal
Agency at SliaiiRhal cannot be forwarded
Mails for Australia (exrept West Australia,
which goes via Europe, and New Zealand,
which go. r. via Hn Francisco), and Fiji
Islands, via Vr.i.ooiiver and Victoria, R,
C. i specially addressed only), close lier
daily at 6.30 p. in up to October 'llth, In
clusive for dispatch per s. s. Moana.
Trnnspaeifin mails nre forwarded to pirt
tif sailing daily and the schedule of clos
ing Is arranged on the presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered innll closes at 6 p. rn. previous
I'ORNEt lUS VAN COTT, Postmaster
Post'jftVe, New York. N. Y., September 12.
PROPOSALS l'Ort SUBSISTENCE
R'VOKKS. IMlice of Puriihasing Commis
sary, U. 8. Army, Omana. Neb., Sept. 11,
l'io2. Sealeil pruposals, in triplicate, tor fur
nishing bacon, issue, dry salt cure, in
crates and in cat hweight cans, will be re
ceived at Ihls office, st the office o' the
Purchasing Commlssury, U. 8. Army. K au
ras City. Ma. and at the office of the Pur
chasing Commissary, I". S. Army, Chicago.
111., until 11 o'clock h. m., Miinday, Septem
ber 22. 19H-. at which time and place they
will be publicly opened. Articles of domes
tic production or manufacture will be pre
ferred to those of lorc-lgit origin, cost and
q.'.allty bring equal. Specifications as to
quantities, date and place of delivery, blank
proposals and further Information furnished
on app.lcatlon to either ottlce. Envelope
containing proposals should be Indorsed,
"Proposals for Subsistence Stores, to bo
opened Monday, Septenilier I.', 1!2," and
addressed to W. H. BEAN, Major. Com
missary, Purchasing Commissary, Omaha,
OFFICE COXSTRUCTINO QUARTER
MASTER. Sheridan, Wyo , Sept. 15. 1902.
H-Hlni proposals In triplicate will be re
ceived here until 10 a. in. October 15, 1902,
for constructing, plumbing, heating, gas
piping and electric wiring two double sets
officers' quarters, one double barrack and
mie bakery, all brick. Information fur
nished upon application here or at offlcee of
depot quartermaster, Denver, Omaha and
St. Paul. U 8. reserves right to accept or
reject any or all bids or parts thereof. En
velopes containing proposals should be en
dorsed "Proposals for ," addressed Cap
tain Thos. Swobe, quartermaster.
S15d4tO10 11 M
UNION STATION IOTH AND MARC Y.
Chicago, Rork Island A I'aelfle
Chicago Daylight Lim
ited a 6:00 am
a 9:. '16 pm
a 6:06 pin
a 1:25 pm
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:00 am
hicago Express bll:15 am
es Moines Local a 5:20 pra
hicago Fast Express.. a 6:05 pm
Rocky Mountain Lim
ited a 6:50 am
a 4:55 am
a 5:13 pro
a 5:1" pm
a 8:05 am
a 7:30 pm
a 8:25 pm
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
Denver, Pueblo and
iVcst a 1:80 Dm
olo., Texas,. Cal. A
Oklahoma Flyer a 6:20 pm
h cago lix press a 7:10 em
hicago, Minneapolis &
St. Paul Limited a 7:50 Dm
Minneapolis & St. Paul
Express b 7:20 am
a 9:40 am
.....a 8 60 am
a 4.26 pm
The Fast Mail
a 4.35 pm
a 7:30 am
a 3:40 am
b 9:35 pin
he Atiantio Exoress...
The Colorado Special... a 7:10 am
Lincoln, Beatrice and
Stromshurg Ex b 4:05 Dm
Grand Island Local.. ....U 6:30 pm
St. Louis "Canon Ball"
Exnress a 5:o3 nm a S;5n bm
Ot. Louis Local, Council
ttn-ns a :u am 10:30 pra
Chicago A Northwestern.
'The Northwestern IJne.
a 7; i)o sm
a 8:30 am
a 3:50 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 9:50 cm
a 4:06 pm
a 9:20 am
a 8:1 om
a 8:40 pm
b 9 50 am
Fast Chicago a 8:40 am
M.til : a 7:50 pm
Local Sioux City a 6:10 am
Daylight St. Paul a 7:35 am
Daylight cnicago a 8:00 am
Local Chicago a!0:5b am
Local Carroll a 4:00 pm
Fast Chicago a 4:56 nm
Limited Chicago a 8:10 pm
East St. Paul a l.bn nm
Local Sioux City b 4:00 pm
St. Louis Express.
a 6:25 pm
a 6:16 am
K. C, 6i Bl. r,x.
Chicago, Milwaukee A. St. Paul. -
Chicago Omaha Ex..b 7:40 tm b 8:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex. ...a f :00 pm a 7:50 am
BURLINGTON STATION IOTH A MASON
norllngton A Missouri Hlver.
Lincoln a s.w am
Nebraska Express a 8:40 am
Denver Limited a 4:25 pm
bll:55 a m
a 7:45 pm
a 6:45 am
Black Hills ana pugei
Sound Exnress all:10 Dm a 8:10 nm
Flyer :lo era
Lincoln Fast Mall b 340 pm a 9:17 arq
Fort Crook and piatts
mouth b S:20 nm bll:0S am
Bellevue A Pacific Jet... a 7:50 pm a 8.27 ana
Bellevue & Pacific Jet... a 3:00 am
Kansas City, St. Joseph A Coanell
Kansas City Dsy Ex. ...a :20 am a 6:06 pm
St. Louis Flyer ,.a 6:10 pm all :15 am
Kansas City Night Ex. alO 3 pm a 6:15 am
Chleaao. Burlington A (tnlacy.
Chleaan Sneclal a 7 00 am a 4:05 nm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex.. a 4.00 pm a 7i30 an
Chicago i.ocal a f ju am aii:c) pijj
Chicago Limuea a:uopm a t:so am
Fast Mali...... . ltMia
a Dallv. b Daily except. Sunday. . c Sun
day only, d Dally except Saturday, a Dully
WEBSTER DEPOT 18TH A WEBSTER.
St. l'aal, Minneapolis A
..a 6:30 am
..a 2:00 pm
..b 6:40 pm
a 8:00 pm
all .30 am
b 8:45 am
Twin City Passenger..
Sioux City Passenger,
Fremont, Elhhoru i
Black Hills. Deadwood. '
Hot Springs a 3:00 pm a 6:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 8:00 pm 6.00 sm
Hastings, York, David
i liy, Buperior, ueneva,
Exeter and Seward b 3:00 pm b (.00 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont b 7:80 am b".0:25 gra
Fremont Local o 7:30 am
Nebraska Local. Via
Weeping Water... b 4:10 pm a 10 .16 am
RALPH CATCHES FLYING FISH
Omaha Health C'omsnlssloaer Ha
I auaaal Experience Near
( atallaa Island.
Dr. Ralph, comtnlssloner of health,' who
has recently returned from a visit to th
raclfic coast, relates many Interesting ex
perience of bis travels, among others be
ing hla capture of a (lying fish while cross
ing (rom Catalina Island on th upper deck
of a steamer. The doctor was silting with
his wife, when the fish In one of It flight
fell right at hi feet. Th doctor qulrkly
placed his foot upon the fish and mad It
captive. It I but rarely that thes fish
re caught aud the doctor desired to bring
hla prise horn with him. but ws uasb'.t
to find any way to do so.
Dr. Ralph was very favorably Impressed
with lomt of the western cities h vlsltad,
particularly Lo Angeles, which be tars is
now experiencing pronounced boom la
real ostat gat In business cocdlllpn$ gv-cra.il.
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