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THE OMAHA DAILY 11EE: .FRIDAY, OCTOIIEU 10, 1002.
will be taken asHII 13 m. fee
evealna; edit lea sail Ill SO B. as.
fa a-aralaa aa -eadar e4HIa.
Ratea, 1 I -tf- a. ward ftmt laaertlaa.
le ward thereafter. Nathlaa; tabea
far less than Ke for the Brat laeer.
tlaa. These edverlleesaeata asast be
raa eoaneca t ll y. .
Advertisers, hi reaaest lag' "
tiered eheek, eaii ae aaawera ad
dreaaed ta m numbered letter la eara
af TKe nee. Aaawera e addressed will
ha delivered oa seseatailo. af taa
WANTFD, to take charge of two furnaces;
beat references. Address L 6". Be.
. a-m; 10
' WAf Cle-MAtB lieLl.
WANTED, canvasser; man fsmlllar with
book and t ewspaper work preterred; must
be nuntler. Appiy.rtoom mi, , uce timg.
ti FOR HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If vuu live tn fhM rnuntrv or In a small
town and i.ave a good acquaintance 1
among the tannera ana stoeg raisers m
the nelahoorhood vou can maae so easily I
by lour or nve Hours worn, write us
and wa will sella you uir propoviiion.
The Bee I'ublishing Co., boilcuorj, i'ept.,
Omaha, Nt. U M;u
. idi i m . . , , , i
FIVE trictl first-class salesmen to work
city ana country territory tor newspaper,
weekly salary, 114 to V, accoruing lo
ability, permanent position.' Heiereuces
iiH'fMtHry. ti ui wuiu to rvutun iui
Uee Wlug. B ill
HU8TL1NO Jeputles wanted; men or
women; splemna Contract, Tne Oarden-
ers, 41 B'ie Wlug.
WANTED, first-class Britann'ca and War
ner liDiary salesmen toi lowa, Kansas,
iebrnMka, Montana. iNortli and South
monthly aovance. You ta I on lnuulries
uniy, x vrmaneni ana ancusivo icimuij
system. Auarres American Aespapei-
Association, suite tuz. to. 1. Lite
Omaha, HvD. " , - B iHa Ol
. ' I . u- . "
WANTED," young man stVnographerv glv
reiercnces, nge anu cxpecteu samry. .u
dress K jlo, Bee. B MSJJ
WANTED, traveling man who visits the
large and small towns, to sell retailers a
select afwortment of ary goods for sprma,
on commission. Bryn alawr Mills, t-hlia-
oeipnitt, t a. ,, . d-ki
WANTED, men to sort Iron. Alplrn, sol
t arnani. a
WANTEIX a tioalerV and underwear sales
man for states of Nebraska and lowa.
Box Maxioc, Ind. . B MWO
WANTED," carpenters.' $2.50 a day. Ad- I
areas jusepn onieoiger, coiurauiur, iiinu,
WANTED for V. 8. Army, able-bodied un
married men between ages of 21 and 35,
citizens of United States, ot good char-
acter anq temptrate naDita. wno can I
seaa, run ana write u.ngusn. f or lnroi-
ma tiun apply to Kecruitiug officers, 18th I
and Dodge Omaha, and . poatoltlce
uuiiuing, iuicoin, neD. D-iJ'OX
FIFTY men wanted for goneral farm work.
standard.' Cattle company, Ames, Neb.
N 253 NU
WANTED, llTst-class horseshoers at once.
Write. Ueo. Nyers, 312 bo. First St, Cedar
Itapias, la. B 167
GOOD messengers wanted; high salaries.
a. u. r. co., zu o. uin st. - b M184
TRAVELXNO nalesmen, also adrtlsers,
cash for services rendered; referencea
reifuired. Write quick. Triumph, Dallas, I
lex. , a Mi u'
WANTED Experienced - cigar salesman
with establisned trade, from factory to
retailer In Nebraska and lowa. Address.
giving full antecedents, J. J. Tracy, 20281
Bouia win street, ipnaoeipnia, fa.
;. , B Mwa 20
The Hawka Nursery Company,
. . Wauwatosa. Wis.
. B M378 Noy.,
PORTER wanted. Apply the Omaha News
t-o., lotn ana uavenport.- a M6 10
THE ANNlJALi Dostofflca examination will
be held In Omaha. November 19th for
clerks and carriers; only a common school I
education required; politics or religion I kh ii-not-
considered: we nrenar hv mA.il fnr I ' .
the examinations a large per cent of those I
, . . . j 1. . . . . . . I
Hiiuuimeu eacn year; lniormation aoouti
all government positions free. Columbian
4 .1 iv.il,-. e.
..v, v,..-, ,..,s.im, .
WANTED, stenographer and cashier; give I
penmanship and references
ta. Bee. , .
WANTED 26 good, stout, husky carpenters
to work on construction of grain elevators
in Boyd county, Neb. ;. wagea 17H to 274
i-rnis per nour, accoruing to aoillty;
transportation furnished : from Omaha:
Address TransmlsHisslppk Grain Co., Bee
Blug., umaha, ISeD. B M449 12
WANTED, an all around butcher and sau-
eara maker: S40 a month and knird o h.
right man. 'Phone 0 address George
West. St. Paul, Neb. B M46& 14
WANTED, competetit stenographer; man
famlliar with rhlnplna buslnesa rreferre4
Aaareaa u Si, itee. B M462
SALESMEN, exclusive territory; salary or
commission; sansiaciion guaranteed. Ap-
ply for terms to "B," Western Nursery
Co., Lawrence, Kan.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 16th ft Dodge.
WANTED, good wages to a good cook;
nuiiv uiuvr uvi apyi, m jiarney.
" ., I ' C M765
GIRL for general housework. :60 Piercs
treet. C 9
WANTED, working housekeeper In family
ui luivb buuiui... AuureH it i, xee.
t C 481
WANTED, a good girl for general house-
worn; no washing; 13. uo per week. 1614
iNortn 24ta bt. C avl
WANTED, a lady over 27. bright and am
bitioua; splendid chanca for promotion;
wiiu reicrences. jvuuress 1. so, ar.
WANTED, an experienced second girl.
9 t iue street. , Mrs. iarsn. C 39$ 9
WANTED, a.cogjc. .Uri.. X Reed, 3630
$TS AND EXPENSES (either sex) .travel
ing: no canvassing; $40' at home; call
afternoon 4 to .' , Drexel hotel.
, . C M43 12
GfRL for general housework wanted for a I
laruuy 01 tnree- cau ssj poan.
, . C-e431 10
WANTED, a .young grri for upstairs work.
f-i 1 bo juta Ave: .. . (j J w
WANTED, 'girl with' good experience and
references for aenerai housework : small
family. .Jitra. Ctiaries Ci .Hosewater, 123
t. jiat iv, , 4 ( . . 1 , . C-rM441
HOUSES, stows.' Bsmls. Paxton block.
TO MOVE right get 6
malts, Van Storage
Co. ; ottice Lai'.
111 S'ttrnam, or Tele. 16u9-eU3.
S-ROOM modern -detAChed bobs.' Ihaulrs
Or., tl ....... I. .1 . ,. .
WS..ByillU ' , -
Uni l;PJ,n PTt of cwy.- The O.
IIUUJCJ p. Davis Co. M BeW Bldg,
' - u VI l
8KB PAYNE, BOSTWICK ft CO. for choice
houaes. kul-3 N. X. Life Bldg. Tel. KUI.
VANiJ anJ baggage wagons. Tel. 1195.-
, . . D-430
, i i i ,
HOUSES and fiats.- Ring wait. Barker block.
MAGGARD Van ft- Storage Co.
-ROOM modern, good repair, on 8. U ve
nue, inuae Mi. ... u-:
OCTOBER l-4-roon hauaa, 1629 Cass: mod
ern eacepi luruace, fju. v . ni. isasoa.
run RENT HOI SES.
FOR RKNT, three -roorn houses, with
water, gaa and newer: Just been put e l
In first-cu-. repair: nil In good location.
clow to s'reet car and schools; $1 tu tU
each-. C. M. Baulimann. 4,' slid Ui Paxtou
block. D Mi
7t N. 24TH ST., South Omala. a nice, .5-
room wiiitf. William H.. Potti?r. u-
celver, iJ4 brawn block. .. i S'jO
MODFBN 7-rovm. ho-jse. near Dark. Iw9
South 28th. D 6
FOR RKNT, October 1. $-room modern
m.i is, .a St.; 6-roora cottago. 2Jii
vamornia hi. Apply at itoom. 6'i N.
r.aie rung. i tvu
811 S. 23D.ST., 3-room flat, with bath.
ziw D. uin St.. s rooms, cltv water.
1 JVm. K. Potter, receiver. . Brown block.
f HOUSES, a. o.
Wallace,. Brown Block,.
: D 1
EIUHT-room house,- modern.
t i -,.
tt-MlfW 11 I
l-ROOM modern, furnished:- If asreeahle
win take room and bnarn la exchange
for rent. Inquire N. d Bt.
. . , . . D 309
FOR RENT, s-rooni modern house, 224S N.
19th St.. $2).
8-room modern brick houser 2413 Lake
8 - room modern brick house, 31M Farnam
. n., w
7 - room modern house, ?f4 Bo. 36th St.. III.
BRENN AN-LOVE CO.,
3ut) South 13th St.
-ROOM house, all modern, Ih fine repair,
22"7 Sherman ave., J5.W. O. E. Turking
ton, i5 Bee bldg. 'D M418
. - ..
MODERN house, 714 Sixth St. 1 Inquire W.
it. Kimball, mn Bixth Ave.. Council BliifTs.
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is 1- It
' : . UN
PLEASANT 5-room flat, all mern irnd
complete. Z124 Miami St. l-"-M44 11
4915 and 4f2S Webster St., a roams, bath and
i iosei. iii.ni eacn.
9a4 davenport St., s-room modem
2107 Chicago St., rooms. $15.00.
L. L. JOHNSON CO.. Bit 8. 15th. '
FOR RENT. 5-room cottage, perfect rertalr.
j.fT, ruin pi. William U. Jlli-T-il, 'l.illl
and Farnam. . . D M44ru
S-ROOM cottage, 2S49 Rees street. Irtqulra
Clyde C sundblad, cafe county court.
. D 4iZ 11 ;
1K1J WOOLWORTH AVE., t. rooms, mod
ern, tiuri St., rooms, mooern.
'' V-Jt:rZnw'i:'. 8 r0m." ew' ".h
em, Si.&); '7 Webster St.; t rooms, bath,
1X; 1SH5 8. 2lh St., i roorqs, modern, $15;
222V California st., 6 rooms, $l2.7o; others. I
inwa ljr..M ltarVr 1,11. lY-VflU la I
FOR RE!tT FURSISHF.D ROOMS,
DEWEY European hote, 13th and Farnam.
K PER WEEK-422 8. Wh, St... one block I
south of court house.
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AETNA HOUSE.. European. 13th and DMi.
TWO nice, cool, furnished or unfurnished
rooms. 204 Davenport.
ROYAL HOTEL, European 16th & Chlcagd.
. . .... .. tu H-To i
1 1 1
NICELY . furnished rooms, single or en-
sulte; rates reasonable. , .Midland ' Hotel, I
16tn and cnicago. is 2 I
LARGE south front roorri, newly- furnished.
modem, telephone;. Suitable for two men. I
E79 . 1
HANDSOME steam-bested room. . itftiv Cap
itol Ave. tr JWLIXj
FOR RENT, to gentleman, large well fur
nlnhed front room, with alcove, atearn
heat, gas, bath, telephone,- central, I
reasonable. 1623 Douglas.
PLEASANT front room, steam heat; gen
tlemen preierrea. 2i xm. ltn street.
1 220 N. 17th St., neat team-heated rooms.
IV Moo I iMOV,
' ' '
WELL furnished steam ' heated rooms.
single or ensulte, with or witnout boara
Miaiana notei, istn ana -aicago sis.
ROOMS for light housekeepar, 2564 Douglas.
... & M438 N8
LAR.GE pleasant front room: 635 K. lth St,
TWO adjoining rooms, $7 a,', jtnotith. 52T S.
o i ...... l r ir.a 1 12
iivc, . .wir m-
riRKISHKD RO&MS AUG BOARD.
Merrlam, comfortable winter, home, Tel. 85.
FURNISHED rooms, with or "without
board; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
ltitn ana vi-u' . m , v ... r w
THREE rooms, 626 .6. .'Wh . .Bt'.; furuaca.
... , 1 . -
FOR RENT STORES. AD OFfICS9.
I FOR RENT Store. In first-class location
I rnt reasonable. Apply R. C. Paters Jk.
I -. ground floor, uee wiag. 4266
I FOR RENT The building formerly occu-
nled bv The Bee at 916 Farnam alt It
has four. stories and a ba semens' which
was formerly used aa The JSee press. room.
This wlirbe rented very reasonably, if
Interested apply at once to C, C.. Rose-
water, secretary, ruum ivv, xcp nimning.
HARNEY ST. BUILDING FOR RtiNT.
I THE NASH BUILDING, opposite Bennett's
store, on Harney St.. 6 stories and base
ment, 66x132 feet, containing over 50,000
square feet of floor' space. Sea' aa-for
The 4-story and basement fcrlek building,
Nos. 1414 and 1414 Harney street. $250.u)
ucunua c iu., ivu iirnftiu oireei.
' : . 1-283-U
REAR of 1610 Harney St., room suitable
for storage or workshop, $10 per month.
151M Harney. 1 ,miwi 12
' i fi-' "t. 1 , .1- J
HALLS FOR RENT. ''
CREIGHTON ball and Sojilitx Roof garden
ior oaus. oaouuets. cuh uhwb. anioaers.
meetings, conventions, etc. Both halls
are the largest In tha city, have large
dressing rooms and boxes tor cloaks, hats
and coats, will rent reasonable. Anulv
to Wm. R. ' M or and, Manager Cretghfon
hall. Phone 1022. ... I 4tiu N7
ACENTS WANTED. :
WANTEp CaDvasaing -agents in every
county to solicit euoscriptions to Tilt
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER,
Steady employment. wUh assured good In
come. Agents in m couutry wun nurse
and buggy especially desired. CanVaasers
make easily $60 te $100 per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
ouuaing, umaua. .. -u
WANTED, boarding; - places In. private
tamiiies ror stuaents at noyie s' college ;
price must ie ressonabis. ciwejAoHe
WANTED, furnished rooms near Coliseum,
light nouseaeeping, aouoie oeas, uuto-
bsr l-zi. Aaaress oox id, nemu. Kan,
for sale rn'MNrri'RB. ;
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodce. Tel.
ir.ii. in ew ana seoonanana, .laiugut, uia.
exenangea. , , , . u
FOR SALE HORSES), WAGONS, ETC.
HARRY FROST b&liiU and reualra wajtoba.
Hee bim.. ittn ana Lsgyenworto. : Tel. ihi.
KOH SALE MlMTKLLASrOtS.
I FENCE LATH for aulck shipment, crlbj-
bing, combination ladders, iwl Douglas.
VJ M122 .
FOR J1ALK Phonographs; soperror to Sny
oiner musical instrument; up. . Tna
Wittmajio Co., 16-1 Farnain. (j 936 ,
rrilil'lU nkr,nAM nil- SlA MQ.am..
mutiioea- lecoras. soc eaca or sa per-aos.;
new wheels, $16 up: 2dhand, $5 up. Omaha I
bicycle Co., 16th and CIk-ago Sea.
NEW . and secondhand typewriter! 1119
tamaai. - . , . y aji
1DHAND mfs theap.
Denght, 1UI Fa f nam.
FOR. 9 U.K MIC ELLaSf.OI S.
1U0 STYLES trus-es; catalogue free. Sher
man ft McConnell Drug Co., loth aivl
Doilge, Omaha. , (J Sw
1 I . t , . Jt ,. l.-S, - .
INDIAN goods ,and relics. 1U9 Farnam
FOR UBS fixtures see Kam'l Burns.
, . ( Vr-T 19
FOR BALK, a pair of Imported Mexican
hairless dogs. Address K 6, Bee.
'. VI M17
CHOICE milch cows, 5 Shetland ponies. 8.
T. Campbell, 4211- Center, phone Mack
1123. Q 21? 13
8KI,LINO out bicycle at greatly reduced
prices; new wheels, IIS up, Kdlion phono
grapnw. !, J.ii and ). Omaha Bicycle
Co., Corner lsth and Chicago 8ts.
EDISON Columbia phonographs; agents
wanted: write. Fredrlckson, Is Cap. Ave.
OOOD toned cntuge organ for sale at a
j uargniii. it tfee. M diiw
FOR BALE, haseb'urner, used only a short
lime, inquire Zill urace Bt. it
FOR BALK, cheap, a new'rubber-tlred run-'
anout. inquire at coinn s uvery Htame,
22d and Cuming. Q 272 Mil
NICE closed rockaway. extension top, rea
sonable, inquire Windsor Stable. ni
Davenport 8t. 310
OFFICE partition, glass pane. Phone 2161.
FOR BALK, barber shop and pool room.
J. t-. Jttennlnger, r lorence, Keb.
Q 336 9
PC ST MASTERS-For sale, cheap, screen of
ziu iock noxes and 4iu call roxes, nnisnea
in oak, "A" style; good as new; chb de
liver about Dec. 1. liW2. W. J. Cook. P.
M.. Blair, Neb. . -M 10
FOR. BALK, thoroughbred Scotch Collie,
sire Wel.ihburn Charlie, out of Oold Dust.
Address U tH, Bee. W 428 14"
PALMS, artificial, all sizes, for sale cheap.
f none jubi. W zi i
OOOD antique oak wardrobe for sale
cheap.' Inquire 2104 Maple. Q 43
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant.
1614 Cass St.
MME GILMER, genuine palmist, 31. S. 15.
MME. AMES, vapor baths. 124 N. 15th. R. t
T zrft la
- - -
or if n o'RRYAn nf Kv
8. 13 th.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, 2d floor, HI
DR. HOY, chiropodist; corns and auperflu-
ous nan removeu oy electricity, it, u
Kremer block. . TJ 81
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; baoles boarded and adopted.
'Mrs. Oaraeis, . 2234 JUike. Xbi. . red . iSKfe
VIAVI. Woman's way to health. Home
treatnnsMt. - ouvkki im, div 01041.,
unn&. u m
SEND 26c for complete lessoa tn deep
breaming exercise. Bam J. t ox, n' t ar-
nam. u v u
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
tinement: tuttt-claiss In every respect:
babies adopted. Dr. L. L. Miller, !SiH
Bionuo bu pnone t-wi. 1 u 21a 14
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 26 floor, R. 2.
u is 1
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
Collins Piano Co., 1623 Douglas.
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before
and during connnement. ur. ana . Mrs.
Gerisch, 4us N. loth St., Omaha.. . U ttoo
$30 RUPTURE CURED FOR $30 Na
Knlie, no pain, no uuicnuurr iruin uuninw,
Bend for booklet, etc; EMPIRE RUPTURE
CliUh. CO., M. X. i-4ie vuig., jmana.
. . . . . ... . ... u-jjm!
DR. JACKSON, 154)5 FARNAM ST.
OMAHA DYE WORKS, 1615 Howard, the
taahlonanie cleaners 01 laaies ana gentie
men's dresses and suits, lace curtains.
draperies. ' . u miw p,2
TELEPHONE 780 for 1 M. E. messengers.
IiX)K. GENTLEMEN. LOOKI
But you will have to '.00k a long time bs-
zore you nna anytning 10 compani 10
STOEGKER CIGAR. ..
. U-335 u
FOR tallormade suits and fancy dresses
Beutel. 206 Bamge. ,- uaaiz'
I CURE alt human diseases, no poison, no
knife. Pror. jonnson, 10m ana jones bib,
Omaha. - U 4a6 IS'
SURE cure for excessive perspiration and
all disorders- or tne teet; stamp, ior par
ticulars.. A. Mayer, 518 Dee bldg., Omaha,
TRAVELERS going over the Missouri Pa
cine system, wnen tne train stops zu min
iitea for dinner at Auburn, should remcm
ber Neals up-to-date restaurant, second
nlnce from derjot. Best meals In the state
for 15c. Deep water tlsh and everything
In the market. Where the American flaf
always waves. W. M. weal, proprietor,
LEARN chiropody, manicure, special mas
sage. School of Hygiene, bis uee Diag.
U M457 Nl
I PARISIAN tea rooms. . Oc
Eat. All newsdealer, 10c.
October What To
C M455 10
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4A PER CENT on buslnesa property.
S per cent on residence property.
Options to pay wnoie or part any time.
W. B. MfcllKLE, 401 8. 15th Bt.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
ratals, erennan-txive io., v a. lain.
I 4 TO 5 P. C. Money. Bemla. Paxton Blk,
1 w vtii
I FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
I Thomas. First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
FIVE PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros, 1604
Farnam Smith ft Co.,' 139) Farnam street.
I PRIVATE money. F. D. Wrad, 1524 Douglas,
WANTED City and farm loans'; also bonds
and warrants. K. c. peters ft Co., liug
Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W-964
44j TO t per cent. Pritchard. 105 Bea Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WHEN you find it necessary to borrow.
five us a trial, alter wnicn wa will, by
air treatment, attempt to retain your
patronage. We loan from $10 tip, On fur
niture, planoa. live stock, etc. W also
make loans to
SALARIED PEOPLE ' '
witUout mortgage or endorser. We do
not deduct Interest In advance; ws charge
nothing for making or filing papera snd
our service la quick and contiduntial. We
always try to pivase our patrons.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board ut Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
(Established Ua2 ) ' South 16th St.
LARGEST BUSINESS 1W lOAN8 - TO
SALArtl Ll) rburuis, mercnanu, team'
smm. boarding housea, etc., without se
curity: easiest terms: 4b otiices in on 11
dual cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. r - jt-a4
. Chattel Snd Salary Iians. '"
PHOENIX CREDIT C'-. '
Successor to J. W, Tayloe.
TeL 74i '- 6UJ. paxton Btock.'
' 1,1 ' . . . "X-953
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, horses, cows, etc, C. F. Reed,
iiONET loaned on furniture, live stock,
. Jeaelry, to salaried people. Foley l)n
VV., UUV, I V ..vvm, 9 . V vivM
MONEY TO I.ON 4 IIATTELS.
imj Y(.l ini-.i-.u iu.ti i s
. Mu.NEi to loan $
FURNITURE AND SALARIES. I
li to $.m loaned on FURNITURE.
riANoS. ETC.. and to salaried people $
at very lowest rates and for any length, I
of llnio. without publicity or removing $
the property. l'a ments can be made tu $
sntt your convenience. $
Call and get our terms before going I
HKL1ABI.E CREDIT COMPANY. i
Room Third Floor. I'aiton Block. I
MONEY kisned on plain note to salaried
m ople; business connoennai; lowest rates,
olt faxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
Dl 9iSK" (HAMKS.
TO GET In cr out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411. Met ague building.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchang
your DU lines? or property quicK see
11. Johnson. 843 N. Y. i.lfo. Y-M96H
FOR SALE or trade for city property.
grocery store and buildings, with excel
lent cash trade. Address A, Bee office.
Council Bluffs. Y-M391 13
FOR SALE A good pool outfit; pool ta
bles, cnairs, snowcases ana everytniug
complete. - Address A. Myers, Mo. Valley,
la. ... , - Y-M376 11
FOR RENT, European hotel at 414 North
St., South, Oman a. ien ur
NO REASONABLE offer rejected for the
furniture of 10-reom brick llat; line loca
tion; full of roomers. J. II. Johnson, N.
Y. Life. Y-M400
A BLACKSMITH shop for sale; owing to
poor health I nave aecideit to sen my
blacksmith shop and tools; a splendid lo
cation; good trade. W. J. Alsson, Ster
ling, Colo. . Y-M116 13
FOR SALE The well established clothing
business of the late O. W, Hellers, Blair,
Neb. H. W. McBrlde, Administrator.
FOR BALE 18 gilt-edged first mortgage
bonds, payable in goia; par vaiue, i,wu
each; will be sold to net Investor 5H per
cent per annum; Interest payable semi
annually. Harry Nott & Co., Brokers,
210 Bee building. Y-M450
FOR SALE The furniture of a 15-room
house Just two blocks from tne post
office; the house is full of nrst-claes
boarders. L 65, Bee. , Y M4M 12
BUSINESS netting $400 per month for sala
for lo.ouu cssn. Adaress c, uee omce.
Council Bluffs. . Y-M4S4 12
WILL exchange clear vacant lots In Chi
cago, well located, value ;,tio, ior iarra
or acres near Omaha.. Address H, Bee
office. South Omaha. . . Z M413 14
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
ON THE INVESTMENT
WALLACE. 311 J. J.' BROWN BIA5CK.
These places rent for better than 6 per cent
net, witn a pronaoiuiy ior gooa proni ue-
aides. Kavorabie terms, investigate.
$4,0002 cottages, 2 stores, rental $.
$.1 two New 8-r. . house, neanng completion
10 minutes' walk west P. O.
H.2T0 2 stores. 4 flats, rent $528.
$2,350 Small home near High school.
12. 250 Another, same locality.
$2.200 Fine east front. 8-r. house, beauti
ful view, good peignoornooa, loveiy nome,
$2ouu loth and Bancroft,' four 3-room cot-
tagee. rent $2X8.
1 1 . K-1 U . Ae Uanannm nark
$l600 Oomfortabie. well built home, large
lot. 30th and Grant.
$J, 500 Seward and 27th, 8-r. modern, rents
$1.35fC-716 8. 40th. rents $150 per year.
$1,3502006-8 -N. 33d, 2 houses, rent $156 per
H.200 S336 I-iarlmore, 8-r., 2 lots.
$1,2003318 Parker, H block Harney car.
P"0 S116 Miami, 4-r..- full' lot.
00 6-r. cottage, full Tot, Monmouth park.
00 2rV16 N. X3d. 40x100, 5-J-:; city water.
$6503109 Seward, 4-r , rB 4ots, 100x126, city
...... -... 1. 1 J- ........ ,.,
home buver. fM.L..-
$500 S. E. Cor. 40th and ort 0ts., 5-r., large
lot. -; 1
$5003. W. Cor. 40th and Camden Ave., 6-r.
house, large lot.
$400 N. W. Cor. 40th and Camden, 4-r.,. full
lot. - . .
Barealns in vacant lots.
GEORGE G. WALLACE, BROWS BLOCK.
. RE 437 9
WHY pay rent? Own your home! Seethe
Industrial Home Co. of America. Best
plan on earth! Office, 221 Board of Trade
bldg., Omaha. R. M.. Wilde, Mgr.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAUeater, land commissioner. Union Pa.
title Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
KELSEY'S. wall paper, 17th and Douglas.
'Phone 1608. . RB 973
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
tire Insurance. Bemis. Paxton block.
SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICX.ft CO. for chotca
bargains. 601 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1016.
, . RE-875
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 662, Bee bulldlng
SB' ACRES, Douglas county. In one body
(not easily divided), all level bottom land,
-ery fine hay, corn and blue grasa land,
unexcelled for stock feeding, having fine
yards, barns, trackage and other facili
ties. Improvements originally cost (20,000;
handy to So. Omaha stock yards, also
R. R. station. Price. $45 per acre, for
HARRISON ft MORTON, Bole Agents,
Omaha. RE 364 Jo
FOR SALE 31 - acres, fruit and garden
land, night-room house, good barn, ap
ples, cherries, plums; eight acres In tlm
br, two miles from car line. Address,
103 8. First, Council Bluffs, la. RE 9u
DO YOU WANT
TO SELL A FARM?
It you want to sell a farm or ranch, tall
the farmers and stockralsers about It, The
best ws to reach them Is through
This agricultural weekly goes to S5.0M
homes ot farmers and stockralsers, so if
you sate a good , p lees of land to sell at
reasonable pries you ought to And a buyer
among them. Ths cost of aa ad la small
S csnu per word.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
THE building at Ninth and Harney, known
as the Corxeua hotel, la for sale. Bida are
Invited. Robert Dempster. 1216 Farnam
St. RE 6o7
TWO well built S-room houses, desirable
location. Apply 1411 inton St.
RE 907 10
AN IDEAL HOME
Ci an.aH , m 1 1 . C mnAmm hnnu
cemeutea cellar, good - furnace, man lei
and grate, gas, bath, sewer, hot and cold
water, large porch ; lot 6uxl27 on paved
street: tiermanent walks: near In.
This property must be sold st once, and tha
price Is only good for a few days. See
us about It. Price. $.'.100.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Main Floor N. Y. Life bidg.
When You Write
1 to Advertisers
rsmamber It only takes) an extra stroke at
twa of tha pea to mactloa Uks tact thai
FOR HtLK-RKAL KSTATK.
HOUSE for sale, to be movH off the lot
Immediately. John Litenser. fit Ree
King. RE-4T.J 10
IIAMIXI At IDKHI.
MORAND 3 Dancing School, 15th and Har
ney. Children beginner. Wednenlsv, 4:15
p. m. snd Satunlay. 10 a. m : 20 lessons,
$10; serson. Cctornr to Mav $-, advance;
12 lecons, S; Milan, $12; aJtllts, Tuesday
ami Friday. 8 p. m.; 12 lessons, ladles, $.;
gentlemen. $. Hlch echoiil clsss meets In
Myrtle hall, seusmi tctober to May, $1.
Assemblies every Uednesisy. 'Phone 1"22.
Ol lHA SCHOOL OF Ml SIC.
OMAHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND FINK
A RTS -Twelve FREE and twelve partially
free scholarships October li. Examination
October 14. Particulars and prospectus,
F. H. Wright. 3l5 Ramge building. M379
CHORISTERS for First Presbyterian
church: reorganisation of choir. Apply at
once. F. H. Wright. Director of Music.
315 Ramge Bldg. 114 31
SHORTHAND AID TYPEWRITING.
GREGO 8. H Touch T. W., Bus. Branches,
leleg. cat. Free. Oin. Coll.. 17th dt Doug.
C. VAN RANT'S school. 717 N. Y, Life.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal,
ni. 1. L.UO. n
NEB. Husiners ft Shorthand College, Boyd's
J neater. iiso
LC8T, St. Bernard dog. white apot on left
hlu. Return to r.(h and Bancroft or tele
phone 639. Reward. Lost M419 10 '
LOST, past chief of honor pin. Finder re
turn to Mrs. W. A. Kader, 18th and I,
South Omaha. Reward. Lost M447 to
GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths. I
euite bio 1. Lire Biug. 1 si. ibM.
Mrs. Grace Tlsdale Deegan, 538 Bee Bldg.
lei. zs. tmt
MAM FACTl RIJtG.
P. MELCHIOR, 13th and Howard, ma-
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty ot tire escapes, shutters, doors and
sates, u. Anareen, i rop., 11a 8. 10m Bt.
PRIVATE lensons In bookkeeping, etc.
night class Mond., Wed., Frl. Q. R,
Batnoun. Boom lb. com 1 Mat 1 bank.
CARPENTERS A!ID JOIXERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
.tun ana i.aae streets. 3iv
GRAND Electric Co., 16 & Jackson. Tel. 2846.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbln, 1Mb Farnam. 'Phone 784.
EAGLE Loan Office, Tollable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
WHY pay more? Lambert, $26; superior
to $100 machines. Sent on approval, Mon
roe & Co., 8U N. 16th st., Omaha. 131
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars.
. V. , vuu-a, TU, .ItfV UVKVWIIWU, 111. AVI !),-,
OM. Van Stor. Co., 15UH Farn. Tela. 1559-86J.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN ft PRICE, 23 U. 8. N'l Bk. Bid.
IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1510 Howard.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled Joe xousen, 1411 Farnam M.
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. 12i3.
Bend for price list, cut flowers and plants,
GOLD, silver and nickel plating. Omaha
Plating Co., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2535. BM
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILE8. Ceright, HIS
Faroam street. Wl
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIV CITY KXP. 'Phnn. 1717. 06 K lfifh
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 780.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
,. .. . , .. ... . - " . . ......... "ue"
and dead animals at reduced prices. 621
in. lot n. iet. ins. is
OMAHA Hay Balo Tie Co., 311 North loth.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 0. 13th.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. ill 8. 13th.
EXPERT ACTOf NTANT.
PRIVATE lessons in bookkeeping, etc. T,
it. natnDun, room la, commercial na
tional bank. M445
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER.
MASTER. Bherldan, Wyo., Sept. 15, 1902.
Sealed proposals in triplicate will be re
ceived here until 10 a. m. October 15, 19u2,
for constructing, plumbing, heating, gas
piping and electric wiring two double sets
officers' quarters, one double barrack and
one bakery, all brick. Information fur
nished upon application here or at offices of
depot quartermaster, Denver, Omaha and
St. Paul. U 8. reservea right to accept or
reject any or an mus or parts tnereor. en
velopes containing proposals should bs en
aorbea - i-roposttis ior , saarc
tain Thos. Swobe. Quartermaster.
Sealed bids will be received by M. E. Crans.
cltv auditor of the City of I-ead. South Da.
kola, until 6 p. in.. October 15th, 19u2. for
paving wun brick, stone or ssphalt. upon a
6-Inch concrete base, together with all
1.'M square yards paving,
g 3no lineal feet curbing.
Specifications nd plans ran be obtained
of J. P. Crick, city engiuser. Lead. South
fShould be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur st any ilnie.t
Foreign mails fcr thw week emnng Oc
tober II. 1!2. will close (PROMPTLY In
nil esses) at the general t'ostoltlcc ss fol
lows: PAhCKLS POST MAILS clos one
hour earlier than, closing time shown below,
parcels post mails for (Jermmiy closi- at
5 p. m. Monday and Wednesday..
Regular and Supplementary malls close
at foreign Station half nour Ister than
closing time shown NIow (except that Sup
plementary Mans lor Kuruiie and Central
America, vis Colon, close one hur later at
SATURDAY At 7:30 a. m. for NKTIIKR-
IM8 direct, per s. a. Stastendaiii
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Stssten
dam"); at 8 a. m. for BELGIUM direct.
Ier s. s. Vadcrland (mall must be di
rected ' per s. Vaderlaml "; at $ a. m.
for ITALY direct, per s. s. Trave (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Trsve-; st
8:.10 a. m. (supplementary 10 a. m.) for
EUROPE, per s. s. Campania, via cjueeii"
town; at .; a. m. for fi'OTUMi di
rect, per s. s. Astoria (mall must lie di
rected "per a. s Astoria' ).
FRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls slenmer
takes printed Matter. I ommeiclal Papers
and Samples for Germany only. The same
class ot mail matter for other parts of
Europe will not be sent by thla ship
unless specially directed by her.
I After the closing of the Supplementary
I ransatiantio mans uarneu .oui-p. no
dltional Supplementary Malls are opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, and nuiMlii
open until within Ten Minutes of the
hour ot f alling of steamer.
Malta for Soatta sad t eatral America,
West ladies. Ktc,
FRIDAY At 1! m. for MEXICO, per s. s.
Seneca, via Tampico (mall must lie dl
' rected "per s. s. Seneca"); at 12 m. for
NORTHERN BRAZIU per s. a. Dunstnii,
via Para and Mannns; at 12:30 p. m. for
INAGUA and HAITI, per s. s, Lauen
burg; at 12:30 p. m. fbr BRAZIL P" s. .
Knflir Prince, via Pernsmbuco snd Santos
(mall for Northern Brasil must be di
rected "per s. s. Kaffir Prince").
SATURDAY A I 8 a. m. for BERMUDA,
per a. s. Pretoria;' at 9 a. m. for IORTO
RICO, per s. s. Ponce; at 9 a. m. (supple
mentary :. a. m.) for CURACAO and
VKNE7.CEI.A. per s. s. Zulla (mall for
Savanilla and Cartagena must be di
rected "per , a. Kulla"); at 0:30 a. m.
(sumilementary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE
ISLAND, JAMAICA, S A VANILLA, CAR
TAGENA ana uhkitowx, per a. s.
Athoa (mall -for Costa Rica must be di
rected "per s. s. Athos"); at 10 a. m. for
CUBA, per- a. s. Mexico, via Havana;
at 10 a. m for ui.naua ana trim
DAD, per s. s. Grenada.
Malls for Newfoundland by rail to North
. Sydney, and thence by steamer, close
at thla ottlce cany at tt:w p. m. (con
nectiog close here , every Monday-
Wednesday and Saturday!. .Mails for
Mtquelon, by rail to Boston, and thence
bv steamer, close at this office dally, at
6:30 p in. . Ma1 Is for Cuba by rail to P01 1
Tampa, F'a.. and thence by steamer, close
at thla office dally except Thursday st
t:80 a. m., (the connecting closes are
made on Mondays. Wednesdays and Sat
urdays). Mails ror Mexico City, over
land unless specially addressed for des
patch by steamer) clowo st this office
dally except Sunday at 1:30 p. m., and
ll:3u p. m.; Sundays at 1:00 p. in. and
11:90 p. m. Mails for Costa Rica, Bellse,
Puerto uories ana tetter man ior Guate
mala, by rail 10 New Orleans and thence
by steamer, close st this offlr daily
except Sunday at 1:30 p. m. and il.30
p. re.; Sundays at 1:00 p. m. and U:30
p. m. (connecting closes here Mondaya
at 11:30 p. m. for.Bellxe, Puerto Cortex
and letter mail for Guatemala and
Tuesdays at 11:30 p. m. for Costa Rica).
Registered mall closes at 6:00 p. m. pre
Malls for Hawaii, China. Japan and first-
class mat'er for the Philippine islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
8:30 p. m.' tip to October 10, inclusive, for
dlsoatch Per s. s. Peru.
Mails for the Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, close here daily at :jo p. m.
up to October 11 inclusive, for despatch
ner IT. s. Transport.
Malls for Australia (except-West Australia,
v.nicn is lorwaraea via r.uropei. new
Zealand, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m.
after September 20th and up to October
11, Inclusive, or on arrival of s. s. Urn
brta, due at New York October 11th, for
xilsnatch ner a. s. Sierra.
Mails for Australia (except West Australia;
wnicn goes via luurope, ana in pw 2,eaiana,
which goes via San Francisco), and Fiji
1 I .. . . 1 .. I'.... . n .1 'I . -I Tl
iniAIIUD, , i. 1 ih.uuv.i ,u , ....... "
C. (specially addressed only), close here
daily at o: p. wn. up to uciouer -iiiu, in
rlUHlva for dlscitch ner s. s. Moana.
Mails for China and Japan, via Seattle,
r- nse bere daiiv at s: D. m. un to uc-
tober n5th, Incluelve, for dispatch per
s. Iyo Marti. (Registered mall must be
directed "via Seattle").
Mails for Hawaii, Japan. China and first,
class matter for the Philippine Islands, via
San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 D.
' m. up to October 17th, ' inclusive, for
dispatch per a. s. Coptic.
Mails for China and Japan, via Tacoma,
close here aauy at s:au p. m. up to (jo
tober 17, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. S
Malls tor Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. ' tip to October
20th, inclusive, lor dlapatcn per s. s.
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via San Francisco, dose here dally at 6:30
p. m. up to October 26, Inclusive, for
despatch per s. s. Mariposa.
Malls for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and Victoria, B. C, close here dally at
6:30 p. m. up to October 28tn, inclusive,
for illsoatch ner s. s. Empress of Japan,
(Registered mail must be specially ad
dressed. Merchandise for U. 8. Postal
Agency at Shanghai cannot tx forwarded
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port of
sailing dally and the schedule or closing
la arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. "Regis
tered mail closes at 6 p. m. previous day,
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postofflce. New York, N. Y., October, t, 1901
IAJLWAY TIME CARD.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND ft
Pacific Railroad "The Great
rlock island Itoute City
Ticket Office. 1323 Farnam
street. Telephone 428. Depot,
I 7, Z anu marcy streeuj.
I ieiepnone lave. Arrive.
Chicago Daylight Ltd. .a 6:00 am a fi:43 am
Chicago Daylight Local.. a 7:uo am a 9:ii pm
' wi"rw un.ia am a o:ik pm
Des Moines Express. ...a 5:20 pm bll:50 am
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:05 pm a 1:2$ pm
Rcky Mountain Ltd. ..a 6:50 am a 4Tj0 am
1 iiieuui, cuiumuo bp gs.
Denver. Pueblo . and
West a 1 '.'111 rm
Colorado, Oklahoma ft
Texas Fyet a 8:20 pm al2:40 pm
a Tlallv K TlaH ..... o. MU
& St. Paul Hallway City
Ticket Office, )5u4 Farnam
st. leiepnone 24. Depot,
Tenth and Mason Streets.
Chicago ft Omaha Ex..b 7:40 am b 3:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex. . . .a 6:00 pm a 7:50 am
a Dally. 0 uaiiy except sunoiy,
iML,. MISSOURI PACIFIC RAIL-
road General Offices and
-' Ticket Offices. Southeast
Comer 14th and Douglas
Sts. Telephone lot. Depot,
cr i.nis and Kansas
Cltv ExDreea aio:w am a .ia pm
K. C. St. L. Express. ,.a!0:50 pm a 6:15 am
Leave -rrom loin anu
Kahraaka Local. via
Weeping water o -:i" pni aiu:to am
a Daily, b Daily except Sunday.
ft Oulncy Railway "Th
Burlington Route" Ticket
Ofnce. Iau2 f arnam Htree
Telephone 200. Depot,
Tenth and Maaon Streets.
Davllaht Chicago' Sue
..1.1 a 1 AA am a 1 1 AA
I Chicag'Vestl'b'u'led'iix.'.a 4:00 pm a 7:30 am
Chicago Ixical Express.a v am a 4Mb pm
Chicago limited a t:4 pm
Fast Mall a 2: pm
.KANSAS CITY. BT. JO
seph ft Council Bluffs
Railroad "The Burlliigtc
Route" Ticket Office. I5r2
.Farnam Street. Teleyho.n
2n0. Depot. Tenth
Mason Streets, 'fciephon
, Ive. Arrive
Kansas City Day Fx a 9:1 am a :i6 pm
I Kansas (,'lly Night EX..S10.3O pm a tj:li am
Bi . I -' Fiver, for Ht.
Jeeih and flu Lo'4is..a 5:10 pm ill li am
flll AV TIME f Ant-4 aallaaed.
lll'RI. ISOTON Mis
souri Rler Railroad "Ton
Burl'ngton Route" Gen.
er.il lithces. Northwest Cor
ner Tenth and Farnam
Streejs. Ticket Office.
F:rnam Ftrcet. Telephone,
Station, Tenth and Mason
Streets. Telephone 128.
Lincoln. Hasting and
Lincoln. Ieuvee. Colo
rado. ITuii. California.. 4:?5 pm a J V1 P'
Alliance F.xpres" a 3 mi 3:1 pnt
Lincoln ft Black Hills. .all . Hi pm a 6:4.. am
Montana. Puget Sound. .ll :1' pm a 6: 45 am
Lincoln Fast Mall b 3:1" pm a 9;li am
Wvmore. Beatrice and
Lincoln a 8:10 sm blU.vsm
Denver. Colorado, I. tah
and Calif nrn'a a :m um
Fiirt Crook, South Rend. .
Ixnilsvlllc I'luttKin th b 3:2t' pm bllAi am
Bellevue, I'la t tsniotit h
Pacific Junction a 1:50 pm
Bellevue, I'lHttsmouth ft
Paclnc Junction a w
a Dally, b Daily except Sunday.
Missouri Vallev Railroad
-- "The Northwestern
Line" General Offices,
United Slates National
Hank Building. S. W.
Coiner Twelfth and Far
nam 81s. Ticket Office, 14nl Farnam St.
Telephone S61. Iepot, l&th and Websttr
Sts. Telephone 145X.
Black Hills. Deatlwood.
lint Springs a 3:00 pm a 5:0" pm
Wyoming. Casper and
Douglas . d S:i) pm e 5:m pm
Hastings, York, David
City. Superior, Geneva,
Kxeter and Seward.... b S:) pm b S:0n pm
Norfolk. Vordlsre . and
... n i;;-io am niu:a am
b :.1" am blQ:25 am
. . . ,c 1 :M am
B Dailv except Sunday, c Suu
d Dally except Saturday, e
Lally except Monday.
CHICAGO ft NORTII
westorn Hallway "Th
(Tty Ticket Office. 1I
Farnam. St. Telephone
Ml. Depot. Tenth and
Marcy Streets. Tele
Fast Omaha-Chlcago...a :() am all:20pm
Local Carroll-Omaha. ..b 4:rt) pm a H:5t am
laical Chlcngo-Omaha..al0:55 am a $:10 pm
Fast Omaha-Chicago... a 4:55 pm a 4:06 pm
Fast Mall a 8:00 pm a 2:46 pm
Omaha-Chicago L't'd...a 8:10 pm a 9.20 am
Fast St. Paul.,., a 1:55 pm a 8:16 am
Fast Mall a 7:50 pm a 8:30 am
Cedar Rapids Passenger a b:M pm
Local Bloux City b 4:00 pm b 9:50 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
CHICAGO. ST. PAUL,
Railway "ThS North
western Une" Oenersl
Offices, Nebraska Divi
sion, 15th and Webster
Sts. City Ticket Office,
1401 Farnair St.' Telephone 561. Depot,
15th and Webster Sts. Telephone 145.
Twin City Passenger. ...a 6:30 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger. ..a 2:00 pm an:io am
merson Local n 5:30 pm b e:3 am
a Dally, b Dally except Bunday.
Rallroad-Clty Ticket Of
fice, 1403 Farnam Street.
Telephone, 245. Depot,
Tenth and Marcy Sts.
Chicago Exprtss ..v.. ...a 7 ..16 am a 6:10 pm
Chicago limitea a r:tw pm a b:iw a-m .
Fast Mall al0;3S pm
Minneapolis ft St. Fs.nl
Express D t: in 010:23 pm
Minneapolis It St. Paul -
Limited a crAipm a s:vo am
'ort Dodge Ixical from
Council Bluffs b 4:50 pm atO:0B am
Fort Dodge Ixicst from
Council BlutTs ....... .a o: am '
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
UNION PACIFI O'THH
Overland Route" General Of
fices, N. E. Corner Ninth snd
Farnam Streets. City Tlckat
Office, 1324 Farnam St. Tele
phone 316. Deot, Tenth and
Marcy 8,ts.. Telephone 629.
1-e.ave. s Arrive. '
Ths Overland Limited.. a 9:40 am a7:30pra
The Chicago-Portland ..-v f ... . ' A.
special .i...., w.mi u b j.w im ;
Th Past Mail...: aSiWam a. 3:25 pm
The Mail And Express.. aU:R0 am a l;W am
The Colorado Bpeciai.. .a i.vi mm s .w am:
Lincoln, Beatrice and . . . -
BtroroBDurg upr,..o 1 pm uum pm
Tha Pacific Express... .a 4:2a pra ,
The Atlantic Express.,,. a 7:30 am
Grand island ixir.ai d d:m rm p s:m am
a Dally, o iany except sunaay.
WABASH RAI1.ROAP Tie
kst Offloe. 1601 Farnam
Street. Telephone 822. De
pot, Tenth and Marcy Sts.
. Telephone (29.
Bt. Louis Express a 8:55 pm a 8:20 am
Bt. Louis Local (rrom
Council Blurts) ........ .a am mvpiii
CLARK'S CRUSES FOR 1DOS.
By Specially Chartered -Twin Scrsw
KAISERIN" aad "CELTIC
North German Lloyd White Star Line
Express Steamer Largest Steamer afloat
Cheapest and .moat attractive trips evgr
UJnef !nr!!ao Jn- 14 ; Martinique, Barba
IfBSlinQloSdoes, Jamaica, Cuba, Nassau,
etc.; 21 days, $160 up,
Mediterranean is: uneat Mdei?a.Athen;:
Constantinople, Palestine, Egypt, Rome,
etc; $400 up. . .
Norway, Russia up; first-class, Including
shore excursions, hotels, guides,, drives, -etc.
Programs free mention trip.
r . c ciArin in croaawsy, n. x.
TO INVESTIGATE ROWE. WORK
Board of Rdacatlea Speelal Cesaaalt-
tee to Make Carefal
PresUleut Barnard ot the Board of Educa
tion has appointed as the special committee
to conduct the Investigation as to tha in
stallation, of the heating and ventilating
plant at the High school MeBsrs. Wood, J,
Smith, Mi-lnlosa, Funkhouser and Theo
Primarily It devolves upon this committee
to determine the justness of tha claim of
John Rows ft Co., the contractors who In
stalled tba plant, which calls for $2,076
under their original contract, and a bill ot
extras which a submitted by them
amounted to $390.26. but was reduced to
$100 by stipulation between the firm aad the
committee on buildings and property. 'This
latter committee reported at the last meet
ing of the board recommending tba payment
of the contract pries and the bill of extrss
Incidentally the work ot the special com
mittee will Involve some settlement of ths
differences between the contractors and
John Latenser, the architect who drew ths
plans and specifications for the building,
and a determination ot th question as to
whether ths- plans of the architect -aa pre
sented were practicable, or whether ths
contractor was justified in deviating from
them. This question. It will ba i remem
bered, provoked a very lively discussion at
the last meeting ot the board, in which W.
F. Johnson contended on behalf ot Mr.
Rows that had he not departed front tha
plans ot the architect In performing ths
work the plant would never have been made
to operate at all. On the other hand. Mr.
Latenser declared that had the contractor
followed them there would have bass no
trouole. Mr. Latenser even went so tar ss
to say that the contractor and bis men had
refused to follow bis directions at super
visor of the construction work and bed
openly defied him and Intimated that ths
committee on buildings and property bad
played Into the hands of the contractor by
permitting this state of affairs to continue,
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