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THi: .OMAHA -DAILY NEK. THURSDAY, OCTOIJKU 10, Jf02.
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far Hnrilif Bad Snadar edit!".
States, 1 I-S wart Seat taaArtlna.
la a wtri Iktmllrr. NMb take
for les thaa arte) for n arst laser
ties. These ad vertlseaaeale xaast he
Advertisers, by reajaastla, -berrd
ah:, ea have answers mm
4reeed ta mbrrH letter la vara
f Tht Baa. tatwtri aa addressed will
.'WANTED 9 tTt'ATION.
WANTED, puttlon by a young man as
drug clerk, with three years' country ex
perience; best references. Address Mil
ea. . , A M722 18
-, WANTED MA LIS HELF,
WANTED, canvasser; man familiar with
book and i.ewspaper work preferred; must
ba hutior. Appiy Koom dji, ee twig.
HUSTLING ' deputies wanted ; men or
women; splenaid contract. The Garden
ers, ill Baa Bldg,. ' - '' M2',V
WAN1ED, flrst-olasa Britannic! and War'
per library. salesmen -Jot lowi, jvanaas,
Nebraska. Montaua, . North and bouili
Dakota. We pay traveling expenses ana
monthly evdvanoa. Vou on. I on Inquiries
on.y. Permanent and exc.usivs territory
system. Auurese - American Newsiiapei'
Axi41on, suite bU, N. . Uw Biuj.i I
WANTED, rouna man atenoarapher: give
reterences. age and expected salary. Ad-1
dreea K lu. Bee, Uiim
WANTED, traveling man who visits th
large and email towns,, to sell retailers a I
on oonnaiaelon. fcryn Mawr Mlus, rhnu-
aeiphia. v. ' ook
WANTED, a hosiery and underwear sales
man for gtaies. or Nebraska and Iowa.
. Bog Oi. Marion, lnd. ' ' B Mow
WANTED foi'Li. 8i Amy: able-bodied un
cltuens Of United State", of good char-
aoier and- temperate naoits, who Can
speak, read and write Engiian'. For intor-
and Dodie 8e,, Omaha, and postomce
OOOD meesangers wanted; high salarlea. I
a. u. i. CO., a b. utn u u-uih.
WANTED Experienced ; cigar- salesman
with estabusaed trade, trom factory to
retailer .in Nebraska and Iowa. Address,
giving full aintecaaenis, J. J. Tracy, Ji
Mouth Uth streeu Philadelphia. 1-a.
B MM2 20
The Hawks Nursery Company,
1; Wauwatoaa. : Wis.
' t . . , B-M378 Nov.
WANTED, competent stenographer; man
familiar with shipping, business preferred.
" Aaareaa u t(, ee. u nu
WANTED, men to work In beet and potato!
neids; also men wnn tainlties; boys over I
U eret men's waaes. Standard Cattle Co.. I'
Ames, incd. ' a Mtjitt m
BEST nronosltion ever offered men tn learn
oareer traae. More experience in one 1
month than shops In one year. Catalogue I
.Dougla Bl' . B Mua4-17 I
WANTP!T eAenlrlA TnAlrra' nrt' tlnnera 11
f. uriasei uornice CQ.i.cjeaar Hapidv W- 1
WANTED.' . fifteen brlcklayera at new I
Omaha-. shops at flioux' City! "Ia. plenty
of wtrk- ueorge 4, urant, contractor..
V-' ' '' B-M735 27
WANTEP, experienced driig clerk of good
habits ana witn nret.clais references
good wages. to competent man. Sh4rman
' MoConnetl Drus . Co.; Cor. 16th and
..... i . ' -i,
- 1 ...... , L
WANTED, a boy about 18 years old; refer-
. ences. Apply at ttelcnenberg-Bmltn Co.
, ",. B-74QH.
1J WEEKX.Y.1 either -e4 eopymg letterai
at fcome." send stamp- for particulars.
Kmg Mfg. Warren Ave.. Chicago. I
. ...-. . B M76 ltf I
WANTED, first-class furniture salesman,
aiso gooa nam ware .salesmen; only really i
Flook. 2d floor. Bennett a. B 769 It '
TEN MEN for factory. 91.75 a day. in city.
steady work; 10 farm hands, fl per day
until 7 corn husking, then , I cents r
ouni rare rrinaea. weny' Employ- I
commission; satisfaction guaranteed, Ap
ply for terms to "B. Western Nursery
Co., Lawrence, Kan.
EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambert Type
writers, oioaroe at lo., bii n. ith rt..
i umtna. r . ij
; WANTBD rEMALB HELP.
109 Girls. Call Canadian office, Uth Dodge.
, , . . C 9L
WANTED, good wagea to a good cook;
one oiaer neea appiy. wm uarney.
' . - .' ' U MT65
GIRL for general housework. MlM Pierce
sueet. C 99
WANTED.' working housekeeper In family
or. inrea aouiie. Aanrwt it, jtee.
; O 481
WANTED, good girl for general house
work; no waahlng; H.&U per week. 1614
Norm Mtn t. . .. c Owl
WANTED, ft oook. Mrs. A. U Reed, 3620
Farnam. c M421
WANTED Girl for second work. Mrs. T.
J. -U.-iia, llo Par. Ave. C 469
A COOK for the South Omaha hospital;
. wages, m per weea. . Appiy at tne nospi.
iai, icurn ana a bis. , :. c 714 15'
WANTED, a good girl tor reneraL house
work. Apply at. N. Wn corner of 82d and
roppieipn. . . , l-mki h
WANTED, A good girl tor general house
work, lamuy oi tnree. A&u Wirt Bt.
LADT residing at the Her Grand
desires a girl living within
of hotel to care for child 9 years old;
wagea. Moo per week; room furnished.
out no Doara. Aoareaa M &, Alee.
' ' C 770 16
. 1 1. i . ,. , i. . fii -
WANTED A gtrl for second work. 3610
Farnam at. ' c M7.4
WANTED Ladlea with sewing machines
(o worx a nome; materials furnished;
N any distance; good pay; stamp for par-
ucuiar. Mew York Belt Co., 270 Broad
way, New York.' c M7S1 l
TEN faetory girls; 76c and $1 60 per day;
wiiurr wun. .kii mi d. in ei..
Omaha. C-M779 18
. FOR RENT HOI 8E9.
HOUSES, atoraa. Bemis, -Paxton block.
, . D-9U
TO MOVfcl right get Omaha Van Btoraa
Co. i ofU'M 1
AWijk farnBit(Ior lls. 1009-iwa.
t-ROOM modern detached houae. Inquire
IMS lapuoi Ave. . aj Mis
lirMCCCln all parts of city. The O.
UUUJLd , DavAa Co ive Bee Bldg.
' v A AUi
EE PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO. fut cholee
ttouaea, Aui-3 ff. X. UK Uldg. Tel. lutf.
. , . . .ii : 'j V l.
701 N. Ivm'ST.1-. South Omaha, ar nice 9-
rooia ,c-tta. wulunt , tv Potter, !
oelwr, "vu4 iruwn blqtk. ' . D 699
. i , L ... ,
VANS aoat baggage wagons. C TaV
HOVHUa and flat. Hliur-alt.
MAGUARD. Van at Storage Co, ' Tel. H4.
FOR KENT. . three t-room hodaes, with
water, gae and aewer: lost bean pUcvd
v lu tlrat-ciaee rwxt all In aoud location;
eacbv C.-Atacame4in, a gnO-WI Patron
rn, good repair, oa 8. 82d ave-
an. A 9l
OCTOBER 1 room hmr ltCO Cass: mod
ern except furnace, .. w. I, raon.
tiotei i-arnam. i Ltmt
MODERN 7-room house, near park. lo
eoutn mn. v .
FOR RENT, October . 1. 8-rooni modern
hou. iU N. 2id St.; a-rootll Coltase. till
California Bt. Apply at Hijcm 9oi N. Y.
Ufa Bldg. D 890
811 8. 22 D BT., I-room Mat. with balh.
iiio a. utn t ruonia, city water.
vm. iv. roue:, receiver, K Brown Mock.
L Ml 18
HOUSES. G. O. Wallace. Brown Bloc
DESIRABLE ten-room house,, almost new,
modern in every particular, east front,
full lot. paved street, convenient to street
car line. -
HOWARD KENNEDY SON.
2 First National Bank Building.
-ROOM house, all modern. In fine repair.
rail Sherman ave., Sjo.OO, CI. E. Turkmg
ton, u6 Bee bldg. . D Mils
FOR RENT.. -romn house, furnlfhed. all
moaRrn, nice iawn.-r.roni ana mck, large
shade trees.. Call, at 2110 Ohlo'Mt.
; u. :, i em
EIGHT-ROOM house, modern. Inquire 3M4
Laid well street. y i D-M617 18
8528 HARNEY BT.,- 9-room r all modern
. nouee, newiy accoraten inside and out.
w per montn. u tit ayron Keed Co.
' JJ MTU
g - ROOM . strictly modern housei just corn-
pleted, corner 2(ith and Icvit; ean burn
sort coal in mmame -t desired.' J: N
Marsh, 44' Board of tTrade. D SS
PM N. 28TH AVE.", I rooms, all 'modern,
elegant piace, only fa.tu -
rayne investment uompiMif , - '
Main Floor. N. Y: L. Bldg.
D 718 17
MODERN ten-room brick; gas, furnace.
laundry, bath; seul Capitol Ave.; rent, x).
D M729 20
FOR RENT, 12-room liouse' and barn.
3117 Webster Bt. : LIB
9-room house, modern, 2248 N. 19th St.... 20
Vm "od"n house and barn. S210
t, iFi! 1 IrPV'v.' ":--:-j-"-i-:--'0
' a, " "uu"- . om -
Brennan Iv CO., KW B. mhjil. . .
Wool worth,'. rooms, modern, f'ur-
420632 Bo. 90th. 7 rooms, modern, furnace.
J5 2626 Capitol Ave., . 8 . rooms, modern,
t7 42'H Hamilton St., 5 rooms, city water,
2S 318 80. 16th, flat. Id floor, modern.
R. C. PETERS r CO..
Ground Floor, Bee Bldg
d-ROOM cottage, 2M9 Reea street. Inquire
wiyae v.. DunaDiaa, are county eourr,
r ' 11 . -U 7 18
1817 SOUTH 81BT ktraet, 7 roonis, tw.
FOR RENT FUHMaHUU ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel. 33th and Famara.
. . E VSS
111 t c.11 iviaiv-us b. uiu Bi.. one Diock
sojth of court house.
aiiina mucbju, x.uropean, lain ana uodge,
' - - E 9m
TWO nice, oool.: furnished flr' Uitf Ornlshed
kctiai. uurooean, istn ft Chicago,
NICELt famished 'rooms, jslngl or . en-
sulte; rates reasonable. . Mldiahd Hotel,
HANDSOME stear-heated room;.. 1909 Cajp
FOR itENT, ,t geMleman. Jarge' well fur
iMiira ivm , iuuiii, wiin muuye, atefna
heat, gas,.. bath, telephone,, central.
!S0 N.'17th Bt,,. neat eteam-heated rooms.
WELL furnished steam-nested rooms,
. 'Ingle or ensulte, :wlth or witnout board.
Miuianu notei, mtn ana.Vhlcago sta.
ic M440 N8
Tw9 OJolulng rooms, tl a month. 52J ,i
. . . .
STEAM-HEATED rooms. $18 per month.
Barker Hotel. .13th and Jones 8ts.
THR,EE, ROOMS, ..light, .housekeeping. 1111
STEAM-HEATED rooms; new home; ref-
FtRNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Merrlam, comfortable, Winter home. Tel. 83.
. , .
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
Am ana vnioago. . g aJU
THREE rooms, G6 S. 19th St.; furnace,
FOR RENT I'XFl'RNI SHED ROOMS,
FOUR modern rooma. 624 So. 26th Ave.'
- G 744 16
FOR KEIT TOHK AND OFFICKS.
FOR RENT Store, In first-class, location;
rent . reasonaoie. , Apijiy n. c, fexers at
Co.. ground Doer, Bldg. ;. I i
FOR RENT The liullding formerly occu-
)itd by, jne uee at us r amain Bt, it
iaa four stories and a basement which
was formerly used aa The Bee press roooi.
This will be rented -very reasonably, if
iniereated apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room luu, Bee building.
BICYCLES Now Is the Mme to buy a
bicycle cheap trom A leiciier, lsa Capitol
jWO . floors' 4060 In jobbing district, ' Ad-
areas ot. t JiiJi r
; HALLS FOR RENT.
CREiaHTON" flail jfttn Bchl'lti Ro6f gkMeh
for ball, banquets,' care partu s, srtmkers,
'meetlni(8, conventions. - etc. Both hulls
are the largest In the city4, have -large
dressing rooms and boxes for Monks, hats
and coats . will rent reasonable. JVppiy
to Wru. R. Morand, Manager Creiffton
hall. Phone 12. 1 43j N7
i.. . . .
WANTED Can VAaslng ' agent In aver
county to solicit aultscriptiars to T
TWfcNTlETlt CENTURY FARMER.
Steady. employment, with asiured good In
come. Agents in the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make -ally ji to Hoy per . month. . Ad
dress, century Farmer- Bolioilera' Bureau,
L'-e building. Omaha, t . 413
HIGH GRADE AGENT WANTED
We want a flrst-claae man In' each county
to aell our Standard Stock Food to farm
ers. He must ha' a good team, good
buslntsa ability, some knowledge ot live
stock, be in good -.tending In every way
and a steady worker. A permanent, good
paying business to the right man. Ad
dress, giving age. experience, present
THE F. E. SANBORN COMPANY, Om.iha.
WANTED TO Bl'V.
WANTED, a gentle saddle pony, about M
to M inches nign. Adarene u. an, Aire.
. N-772 17
rOH SALE Ft HtllTlRE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
ecM. New and ecunanand. buugnt. Sold,
xuhaiigtsd. , i
j m.HJ'-.ifJs.1- UJ4!-i...r- -i:' .$-4 -p
FOR SALE AlOilSKS, WAfiOU, Elt',x
alt. Barker blocT HARRY FROST paints and topa.rs sgons.
ait. AMrkerDiocs. Mlh T,tenwortll, T,.L 1Hj.
iJ.A-.-T.p ' -.. '.-4
FAMILY COUPE chtau."
. at. .
1114 tave nport
P MTfcl 21
tLEOTKIC AUTOMOBILE ,fiertht.l)l9
1 aaiuaui vt. m
.1, -rtH IAU-MIKCBiLLAMalOtUt
FENCE I-AtH for quick shipment, crib
bing, combination ladder. H Dougiss.
FX) It BALFA-P bonogi-aph; superior to any
other mimical instrument; to up. Tha
W ittmann Co., lti.1 Farnara. ' 41.4
KLlhtJN phonographs, V 2 and W,
mnaioed lecurus, wio each or 9&..per dos.j
new wheels, up; 4ohtind, i up. Umaba
isicycie co., ittn ana Chicago bis.
NEW and secondhand typewriter. 1111
Farnam. y i
Dertght, 1119 Farcam.
100 STYLES truanee; catalogue free. Bher-
men at aicctmneu Ul'if CO., intn ana
Dougo, Omaha. ' g 9JW
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
FOR SALE, a pair ft Imported Mexican
nairiesa aogs. Address IC 6, Bee.
BELLING out 4)lcrcles at vreatly reduced
priusa; new wneem, 119 up. a.uison pnono.
grupiwr, (io, Uu and 83u. Omaha Bicycle
Co., Corner ,ltiih and Chicago Bt.
EDISON Columbia ' phonographs; agent
wanteu write. reqrickson. Is cap. Ave.
, ' . ' .. . : . . VJ-MoBi 22 .
FOR BALE, baaeb'urner. Used only a short
nine, inquire nil urace Bt. , W in
OFFICE partition, glass pane. - Phone tl.
OOOD antique oak wardrobe
cneap. inquire 2104 Maple.
FOR BALE, good ' furniture business In
own or s.uiw population ;, only one otner
Bee Pub. Co. - (jH-rie la
MRS. FRITZt clairvoyant, 16l Cass 8L
MME OyLMER, genuine palmist, liL B. 14.
MME. AM8, vapor baths. 124 J. 16th.: R. 7.
GRACE O BRYAN of Ky 720 S. 13th.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. li, 8d floor, K t
MME. AMES, vapor baths, m N. lfith. R. 7.
T MilW N15
DR. ROY, chiropodist; oorns and superflu
ous nut rernoveuDjr eiecirioity. -Al. IA
! reamer biock. U. mi
PRIVATE hospital before and during con-
nnement, oaoies Doaruea ami auopted.
Mrs. uardeis, uat xae. - Xel, red. 1M4,
VIAVI. Woman's way to health. Home
treatment, uooklot tree. Bee Biog..
Omana. t J4M
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16. 2d floor, ft. I.
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
ana retail, coiune t-iano uo., us ivougias.
. , U
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before
and during connnsment. - Dr. and Mrs.
Gvrlacii, uu N. loth Bt., Omaha. , U .
130 RUPTURE CURED FOH I3 No.
knlte, no pain, no detention from Luslkjoas'J
.Band fur booklet, etc. MPlKa KUPlUHfi,
cunc. tu., au n. uit Jdiog., .unuvua,
" . V ' '. . . .1 ;. . 'Ut1
DR. JACKSON, 1505 FARNAM ST;
OMAHA DYE WORKS, 1516 Howard, the
fashionable cleaners ot ladies' and-gentle-mens
areases and suits, .lace 'bin-tains,'
: oraperlea. . 1 U-MM N3 '-
TELEPHONE 780-for L. M. jeL messengers.
" ' ' ' . AJ-r!rt9 .
8URE cure for excessive' perspiration and
.all disorders of the feet; stamp for. par.
. tloulars. A. Mayer, 61s Bee.blili., Omaha.
.' ,t . WW i U 8.,M
LEARN chiropody, mantcurev special raaa
aage. School of Hygiene, U8 Bee bldg. '
W ELSBACH' mantles, 20c and 80c; other
makes 10a and up to 26c; table lamps $2.50
and up burner, shade and chimney. Louts
Fletcher, 1628 Capitol. ave. U two 18"
ELITE PARLORS, 616 8. 16th St., 2d floor1.
'" U M777 N18
MOKE) V TO LOAW REAL ESTATE.:
4A PER CENT on bualneaa property. .. '
t per cent on ' residence property. ?
Options ao pay whole or part any time..
W. B. ME1KLE. 401 B, 15th Bt.
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha rea4
estate. Brennan-Love Co., 809 8. 13th.
4 TO 6 P. C. Money.
Bemis, Paxton Blk.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas. First Nat Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin .Bros, 1604
farnam. w w
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1624 Douglas.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith aV Co., 13J0 Farnam street.
- i wfcu
WANTED City and farm loans: also bonds
; end warrants. R. C. Peters at Co., 170
r amain oi., tse oiog. . w we
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WHEN you find It necessary to borrow.
give us a trial, after which we will, by
talr treatment, attempt to retain your
patronage. We luan trom 410 up, oa tyr
nlture, pianos, live stock, etc. VYe aleo
niaae louni to - -
SALARIED PEOPLE .!'...'
without mortgage or endorser. We -do
- not deduct int,ersst in advance; we charge
nothing tor maamg or hung papetk and
our aei vice la- quick anif CvfirtiienUaV, VV
auwaya try id pivjiao vur yairpna.
OMAHA MOtilOAGE LOAN CO..
U9 Aloard ot Trau Bidg.' Tel. 296. -"'
(Estabiieiieo U92.) , 3u South I6th St.'
$$$$$$$$$$$$ $.$$$$ $ $ $
I DO YOU- NEED MONEY?
$ '" VonEx To Loan "
" FTJRNrTURE' AND 8ACARIES.
lit to (uuo loaned oa Ip'l.'HNJLl'URE,
A-lAt)3, f.Ii... ana to salaried people
at very lowest rates and fur any length
of time.- without publicity or removing
the property. I'avmtiu van be made to
buii oui 'convenience.
Call and get our terms before going
elt where ...
HAUL! ABLE CREDIT COMPANY. "
riiitim MjJ. Thlni s loor. Pa Hon Hlack
I $ I $ I I II 8 I 9 $ 9 8 $ 8 9
. .. . . . x fee
MONEY loaned on pianos, firrniturn lew
any, horaea, cowa. etc. C. F. Reed, 319 S. 18.
Chattel and Salary Loans. -
ptiOENIX Chb'DlT CO., ' ! '
" Suoceaaor to J. V Tayloe.
Tel 146. , ' . , ;M3 Paxton Block.
' ' ... .' .' . .' X-94J
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
tAi,ArtiEl) PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding noiu.es. etc.. without
euruv: miiut tt-rnts: 40 ohicea In Driu
clpul cillaa. Tolman, 440 Board of Irade
Bldg. . X M
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
Pkopie; busineas conndeotlal; lowest ratea
, U14 Paalun block. The J. A. Huttoa Co.
MONEY l.sntd on furniture, live stock.
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Ixiaa
co,. sue. to AJun urven, I Darker Diocg.
COMPLETE stock of hardware for aala
cheap, 11. M. Christie, Administrator,
..J N street. South Omaha. Y Mtfo4 18
TO GET In or out of business call on WU
- t.ania. nupia ama. AacA agua bunding.
WHEN yo'4 want to buy. sell er exchange
our nnmynty or proveriy. guAck se J,
ax. junuauo, m a. a. AUie.
FOR WALK and enrhange, lio.onn; a stock
of generul dry gools, Udlea and gents
furnishing goods and notions, Invoicing
about Do.onti; stock Is Well assorted, lines
well filled, ts riem, un-io-iUi and sala
ble, all recently bough:; om-ner will ex
change for about rash, balance, will
take some good farm land or town prop
erty. Stock will have to be removed form
present location; will give good trade.
Address! Brown Co., 414 lis II Bldg.,
Kansaa City. Mo., for full particular.
NO REASONABLE offer rejected for the
furniture of In-room brick Mat; tine loca
tion, full of. roomers, i. II. Johnson, N.
Y. Life. Y-M400
FOR SALE Th well established clothing
buslnees of the :ate O. W, Seller. Blair,
Neb. II. W. McBride, Administrator.
FOR BAIJJ. one of the best republican
newspapers in Nebraska, very cneap.
Addreaa M 24, Bee. Y-M728 16
HOTEL FOR ,RENT-BmI location In
county seat of northwestern Iowa; has
commercial business of town. Addres M
2. Bee. Y-M7S4 19
A TJOOD BUSINESS -OPPORTUNITY
Worth $2,000 a year to a man of force and
. fair education; permanent, profitable, de
elrable; no capital required. Address
' flohn . Binder, Dea Moines, la., general
delivery. " '. Y M783 16
." ' i.A Godtvyeekly Income
t :. ' ' Guaranteed
f to yon on a small Investment by our Stock
Redemption pian: highest references;
you may withdraw your money on de
mand; send for' "Our Financial Plan."
C ENTRAL SECURITY CO., 96 Wall St.,
New York. Y M782 16
FOR SALE Harness business, in county
seat of 3,000, In 'one of the best counties
1n Illinois; only two shops in the city.
Address Box 6. Wataeka. 111.
Y M779 1S
FOR BALK RHAL K8TA1 fcj.
RANCH snd farm lands for sale by the
Union PaclAc Railroad company. B. A.
McAllester, land commissioner. Union Pa
dho Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
KELSEY'B. wall paper, 17th and Douglas.
'Phone lww. A 9it
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
fire insurance. Benils, Pai.ton block.
BEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK aV CO. for choice
bargains. 601 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 101s.
FOR SALE 21 - acres, - fruit and garden
land, elght-rooai- house, good barn, ap
pics, cherries, plums; eight acres In tim
ber, two miles from car line. Address,
103 8. First, Council Bluffs, la. Rib 969
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The O. V.
Davis Co., Room 662, Bee building.
CALIFORNIA Mutual Land Company, 240
- Montgomery St., an t1 ranctaco, cai. ; sen
ten, twenty, thirty acres or larger tracts
of choice land on Installment payments.
Write for full particulars. RE M723 24
A GREAT SNAP In business property; 83
feet on Howard St. opposite Auditorium,
only 96.000; one-third cash, balance to be
'arranged; 6 pe' cent. Payne Investment
i-Company, sole agents. New York Life
-.building;: , wn M7l 17
V- Houses for Sale.'
too T(v4deth ,AVe. rooms. $i,ooo. ;
3on Franklin St. 6 rocms. :50.
8M N; 24th St.; 7 room, modern. $2,400.
2025 Casl St., roomi, modern. 12,000.
2606 Chicago St., roorps. modern, $3,160.
B. r.. c or. q. ana iJiKif.-a rooms, ii.imi.
V. nnr.-42d and LaKh. S room: 11.400.
b W1. ' Cor. -81st ahd Poppleton, 10 rooms,
iivjuc.ii. ih.iiuv. ..... :it
We also hav.e. vacant ot for sale in Bemis
. Park, enrton .iifii aoq .urammercy park,
' . A. P. TUKEY'tNJt SON,.
":'.;-3. iu-itt Han .f. Trade. ' -i.
,.. .ilrii RE 771 17'
. GREAT-; 8NAF In 'eastern Nebraska
grain farm; 4t acre. -all black bottom
land, with $7X00 to Jti.OuO Improvements.
at only $46 per acre, worth 866. See or
write ue- for Illustrated description of
this tine stock farm. -Payne Investment
company, main floor New York Life bldg.,
Omaha. "The Aiiaira. Men.
. . RE M778 a
DO YOU WANT
TO SELL A FARM?
If you want to aell a farm or ranch, tall
the farmers and stookraisers about It. The
boat way to reach them la through
Tola agricultural weekly goes to 36,000
homes ot farmers and stockralsers, go If
you have a good piece ot land to aell at a
reasonable prloe you ought ta End s buysr
among them. The cost of an ad la small
I cent per word.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
;.',' OMAHA, NEB.
WHY pay more? Lambert, 83C superior
to $1QU marninos. Bent on approval, aion
roe-ft CO., 811 N. lttn si., cimana. ll
mtrtn"RT-rvw TtA-DflAlXS THIft WEEK
No. 6 Remington
No. f Remlngtoa
Nd. I Remington
No. 1 Smith Premier ....
Mo.-t Smith Premier .....
No. 7 BUckensderfer ....
raneraora .i.a.. .........
r-allaranha from Ifi.Oo AO
we rent machines or an maaea. w per
month. .Floyd St. John. .TeU No. 2919. No.
U8 So. 15th St.' . M76S 21
;When You Write
(emember It only take an extra, stroke or
two of Ui pen to mention the fact that
you saw to so in An
I Jt DIES' Chichester' English Pennyroyal
Pill are tne best; sate; renaoie. iaae do
other. Send c. stamps, for particulars.
"Relief for Ladies" In letter by return
mall. - Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co. Philadelphia. Pa.
G ID. E. ft ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suit 616 N. Y. LU Bldg. Tel. 1664.
Mr. Grao Tladal Deegan. 6S9 Be Bldg.
Tel. 8M8. -'
OMAHA COLLKOB OF MUSIC.
OMAHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC and FINE
ARTS. faculty. twenty-two teachers
Terms and prospectus, F. II. Wright,
Ramge Bldg. 778 031
BINGKR8, Flrat Presbyterian choir. Ap
ply F, IL Wright, elk tiarog biag. 44 si
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GKEOO S. IL. Touch T. W., Bus. Branches
Teieg. Cat. Free. Out Coll.. 17th ft Doug.
A. C. VAN 8ANTS school. 717 N. Y. Life
BOYLES college court reporter principal.
N4-:B. Business ft gUortband College, Boyd
1 uea let saw
MORAND B Panclns: School, isth and Har
ney. Children beginner. Wednesday. 4.15
). m. snd Saturday, W a. m.t 20 leaaons,
ilrt; setson, C'ctober to May. 130, advance;
12 fenn. H: season, $12 ; adults, Tuesday
nd Friday. 8 p. m 12 lessons, ladles, t-;
get.tlemen. 16. Hlh whool clsas meets In
Myrtle hall, season Ck-tober to May, II".
Axaemblle every Wednesday. 'Phone PC2.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; ell DUslneas confidential. 13U1 Douglas.
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.; I
nignt class Mono., wed., t n. u, AC
Kamoun, Atoom Aa, com 1 Nat l bank.
THINKS AND BAGGAOB.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717. 606 B. 16th.
L. M. K. hauls trunks. Tel. 780.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. -I. uc nil tree,
ioth and t-ake streets. 370
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes . garbage j
j i t. .v . i7. .", i I
N. 16th. Tel. 1778. 163
IN families. Miss Sturdy, SS80 Harney.
M (tvt Ml
WANTED TO BORROW.
WANTED, a loan of $-tX. good security
and interest. ouid like to pay in room
and board. Address M 17. nee. v. la
GOLD, silver and nickel plating. Omaha
Plating Co., tiee Aiidg. Aei. ao. aA
CUT RATE railroad ticket everywhere.
p. h. Fnilbin, 1606. A arnam. - -pnone 784.
OM. Van Stor. Co., 1611 Fartj.. Tela. 1669-83.
OMAHA Bteam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars,
2c; cuffs, 4c. 1760 Lavenworui. hi. a-hm.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN ft PRICE, t9 U. 8. N'l Bk. Bid,
IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1610 Howard. '
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled Joe xousen, aua ramam et.
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co., 811 North lfith.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanner, 1424 8. 18th.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. '.
Linotype Composition. - (11 8. lth.
- goo .;
PR1VATK lessons In bookkeeping, etc. T.
K Katnoun, room 10, vuiiiinerciai ra
tlonal bank. - M44
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
GRAND' Electric Co., 18 ft Jackson. Tel. Kit.
DETECT! VM AGENCIES.
CAPT. TH08.- CORMICK, private detec
tive, (17 Katbacn diock. i i. ajz.
P. MELCHIOR, 18th and Howard, mi-
omaha Safe and Iron Wka. makes a ate-
clalty ot fire escapee, shutters, doors and
sales, u. Anareen.arrop.. vj b. iviu oi.
l. HUVhERSON. 1619 Farnam. Tel. 1253.
Send for price list, cut flower and plant,
HATS dyed, blocked, lateat atyle. Ramser
ft Kerr, ZW ti. Jitn, near capuoi Ave.
When You Write
nnunh,r u univ lakca ail extra stroke of
two of the pen to mention the taot that
you saw in aa in a am oeew
PROPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTION ON
flee of Chief Q. M., St. Paul, Ml nn.. Septem
ber 19, 1903. Beatea proposals in iripncaie,
m h. ranelved at this office, until 11
o'clock a. m., October 18, 19f2, and opened
then, for the construction, ot one double
. ' " ,. " . 17- . LI..I. B I". Ul.n. .r.H
"T., blank Bro
posals with full instructions had upon ap -
plication nere, or w " J""'
A-ori aieaae. a. u. u ii..--
in n.ii . --"'- A...;
nroDOsals. or any pan inereoi. unu. n.
POND. C. Q. M. 819-20-22-23-O19-17M
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested.
a Cliangaa may uwui y -
Foreign malls for the wek ending Oo -
tober la, 19u2, will cloae (PROMPTLY in
all caaesl at the general postomce aa fol
lows: PARCELS POST MA1LB cloae on
hour earlier than cloalng time shown betow.
Parcela poat inaua lor uermauy cioaa at
i p. co. Monday aua weaoesaay.
, Regulat and Supplementary mall close
at Foreign Station half, flour later than
cloalng tlm ahown below (except that Sup
plementary Man tor curope ana central
America, via Colon, close one hour later al
THURSDAY At :S0 a. m. for EUROPE,
per a. a. F. Bismarck, via Plymouth,
Cherbourg and Hamburg (mall for
France, Swttserland Italy, Spain, Portu
gal, Turkey, Egypt, Oreece, British In
dia and l,orenso Marquea must oe at
reeled "per s. s. F. Bismarck"); at 7 a.
f.' u A .T U aa'IT7L-Ul AUI. 1 T
1,1. I VI , nT4.U.&n,1.r, .
ALT. BPAIN, PORTUGAL. TURKEY.
EGYPT. GREECE. BRITISH .NDlA and
i r 13 ir vrrA a a ufii't'7 .... mm T I
ratne. via Havre (mull for other part of
UJ k r sua9 c- -, ia s w
per s. s. Aller (mall must be directed
rper s. s. Aller"); at 1:30 a. m. for NETH
ERLANDS direct, per s. s. Postdam (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Potsdam";; at
a a. m. ior balaa.au at "ri:
Hroonland "i: at 9 JO a. ti.. for SCOT
LAND direct, per a. s. Columbia (mail
must b directed "per a. s. Columbia'').:
mil, u tn Imni. .nuinlin la in 1 fur
EUROPE.' per a. a. Umbria, Via Queen
rOSTOFFIt K NOTHK.
town; at 11 m for DENMARK direct,
per s.' s. Norge (mall must bo directed
per a. s. Notge ").
rRfNTED MATTER, KTC-Thl steamer
take I'rlnted Matter, Conitnerclnl l'aper
and Baraplt a for Uernisny only. The same
class ( mall mattir l"T other parts ot
Europe .will not be sent by this ahlp
on leas petiilly directed by ht-r.
After .the doping ( the Stipplententary
1 ranaatianiic - Man tiHun n ".ue. ud
dltlnnnl Stipplementary Mail are opened
on the pi! "f (he American. English,
Fre.ni-k and Airman aleainHrs. and r'iiilit
open until i within Ten Minutes of the
hour el Milling of steamer.
mails fee Snattk kad Ontral America,
West ladlea. Etc.
TIIVRSHAY At 8 n m. for CUBA. YU
CATAN, CAMPECHE. TABASCO and
CHIAPAS, per a. . Monterey tmtill for
other part ot Mexico must be directed
"per s. s. Monterey "i; at 12: p. m. tmip-
Stemenlarv 1; p. m.) tor ST. THOMAS.
T. t'HOIX, LEEWARD and WIND
WARD ISLANDS. BRITISH. DUTCH
and FRENCH (illANA, per s. e. Ma
dlana; at J p. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND,
per a. s. Blberlan, from Philadelphia
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Si
berian"). FRIDAY at 9:30 a m. (supplementary in:30
a. m.) for COSTA Rlt'A, per s. . Val
encia; at 10 a. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND
. direct, per a. a. Silvia; at 12 re. for MEX-
. ICO, per s. a. Niagara, via Tartiplca tmHll
aniiBt be directed -.'per s. . NIKHrB"); at
t:3tt p. m. for AZORES ISLANDS, per s.
.. Vancouver, from,Bwtn at- :30 p. m.
fdr BERMUDA, per. steamer from Hall-
t. fax-i- . ,
ai i I ; vi Ti A v A I a a m. tMilnnlementarV
9:30 . in.) for PORTO RICO, CURACAO
na vrjrtLtiijA, per . .
(mall for Savanllla and Cartagena must
be directed - 'per s. s. Caracas'); at 9:SU
a. m.- (supplementary ni:iw a. m.i ipr
- MIKl'UNB ISLAND, JAMAICA, 8A VAN
ILLA and CARTAGENA, per a. s. Altai
(mail tor Cost a Rica must be dlrooted
' -'per s. s. Altai")) at 9:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 10:;'. a. m.) for HAITt and
" SANTA MAKTA, per a. s. Athn; at 10
a. m. for CUBA, pel- . s. Morro Castle,
via Havana, at 12:30 p. m. for CUBA,
per s. . Ollnda.' Via Matanana (ordinary
mall only, which must be directed "per
a. s. Ollnda' ). t
Mall for Newfoundland by rail to North
Sydney, and mence vj steamer, ciose
at this otllre dally at 6:30 p. m. (con
nectlng close here every Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday;: .Malls for
Mlquelon, by rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, close at this Aifflce dally at
6:30 p m. Man for Cuba by rail to Port
Tampa, F'a., and thence by steamer, cloae
at this office daily except Thursday at
' 6:30 a. m.. (the connecting closes are
made on Mondays, Wednesday and Sat
urdays). Mails for Mexico City, over
land unless specially addressed for di-a-tiatch
by steamer, cloae at this office
dally except Sunday at 1:30 p, m., and
n.Mi p. m.; riunuaya at i:uu p. m. and
11:30 p. m. Malls for Costa Rica, Bellxe,
Puerto Cortex and letter mall for Guate
mala, by rail to New Orleans and thence
by steamer, close at this oiKrv. dnily
except Sunday at 1:30 p. m. and 11 .t0
p, in.; Sundays at 'i:uu p. m. and "u so
p, m. (connecting closes here Mondays
at 11:30 p. m. for Belise, Puerto Cortes
and - letter mail for Guatemala and
Tuesdays ot ll:30 p. m. for Costa Rica).
'Registered mall closes at 6:00 p. m. pre
vious day, . .
Transpacific Maile. '
Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle,
close here daily at t:ao p. rr.. up to Oc
tober "15th, inclusive, lor dispatch per
Ivo Maru. (Registered mall must be
rilrrt,i 'vta Seattle".
Mall for Hawaii, Japan. China and first-
.. class matter for the Philippine Islands, via
San Francisco, clone nere dally at 6:30 p.
m. un to October 17th. inclusive, for
denoatch per a. s. Coptic.
Malls for China and Japan, via Tacoma,
i.lri,a h.r 'riullv nr. R:3fl n. m. nn to Oi-.
'. tober 17th, Inclusive, for. despatch per s. a.
; Ulunogie. - - ., .. ;
Mails for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, closo
here- dally, at :,-. p. m. up ao cctoueF
'Soth, Inclusive, for despatch per a. a,
Malls for Hawaii, -China. Japan, and flret-
, clan matter for the Philippine islands.
Via ntui ' r otniiiicu, vitB urn uaiiy hi
at 6:30 p". m." up to- October 26th. Inclu
sive, for.deaoatoh per a. a. America Maru.
Jdalla Jor .the .Philippine, Islands, via San
Francisco, cioso nere aany at :au p. rn.
up to October 26th, Inclusive, for des-
natch ner TT. S. Transport.
Mails for 'Tahiti and Marquesas Islands.
- via. San t- ranciaco, ciosn nere oauy at b.M)
. . -...... V.A h I .... I I . . 4
I. in, u(f LU uk.iuwri .Villi tllVIUBl V3, ,UI
deioatch ner a. s. Msrlnosa.
Mall for Ciilna and' Japan, via Vancouver
and . V irtoria, - u. -w., cioae nere aany av
6:80 p. rai-uP'to October 2Hth, Inclusive,
for despatch per a. a. Empress of Japan.
(Registered roan must oe specially ao-
: dressed, Merchandise for U. S. Postal
Agency at pnangna,! cannot oe lorwaraeq
Via -ntSArioi. . - , ; .'
Malls for Australia, except West Austra
lia, which l forwarded via turope) isew
Zealand. Fill. Sahioa and Hawaii, via
Ban. FraJiclaco, f-losn her dally at 6:80 p.
m. after octoier "mn and up to No
vember .!(, Inclusive, or on arrival of
s. a. Campania, due at New York No
vember 18t, .. for , deapatch per a. s. So
noma. '- -
Malls for Australia (txcept Weet Australia,
which goes via curope, ana new z,eaiana
which goes via San Francisco), and Fill
islands, via Vancouver ana victoria, a.
r- '1ob here dallv at 6:30 n. m. after
November 1st ana up 10 rxovemoer --sin,
Inclusive, for despatch per a. s. Mlowera.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port ot
sailing daily ana me ecneouie or closing
lb arranaed on the presumption of their
Uninterrupted overland transit. "Regte--ered
mall close at 6 p. m. previous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Potmater.
Postoflice, New York, N. ., October 10, 1903.
Boston to Mediterranean
Boston to Liverpool.
Portland to Liverpool.
If yen are contemplating a
-.u rtu send you upon a-
l j p -cation a auperto booklet .
-1 r.-rbe Mjertdi-rraneao Illustrator!
rr tofreuiav wnn oitmr uTm..i,,
I - Rixrerasins: maiier.
ie Dr-6ora sx.
CONNELL POINTS OUT LIMIT
Saye Charier Prohibits RBeudlBK
, Mora Than f 125,000 for
.. 1 Flra. pepsrlmeal.
In' co'nversailoh 4" yesterday regarding
the Tequeat bt th Board of Fire and Police
1 Commissioners td the city council, for an
additional appropriation tor the Are depart
ment fund City Attorney Connell said;
"The charter of tb city specifically limits
Akt AvnAnuM nf ka ra Mnnarlinanl i 119"; -
I -" ' -t
OM year and any expenditure or Indent-
I edness 'for that department In excess of that
amount, whether It va arrived at directly
inrtr-ert I v la a violation of law: The.
I i. w ... v.j
prapuailiuu tm auupitf cuuhiii iui suiuvu.
to understand It. The charter simply say
that the city shall not spend more than
$126,000 upon It fir department In any
year and It more than that amount 1 spent
I or In any way contracted for the charter la
Red Hat rrpaa Aa tmm.
Wa tb ball that caused horrlbl ulcers
on G. B. Bteadman,. Newark, Mich. Buck
ten' Arnica Salve, aoon cured him. Zc,
For sale by Kuhn ft Co.
HIGH FENCE MAKES TROUBLE
His la Arrested Beeaaso Feaea Shwt
Light (raa Nelghbar'a
Guatav Bohlman, redding at Twentieth
and Vinton streets., has been arrested on
complaint of Julius E. Rau, bis neighbor
charging htm wilt; violating th bulldin
ordinance. .Th caaa was set for October
24. Rau owaa a two-story brick stor room
adjoining which 1 a vacant lot owned by
Bohlm-ji. Between the two men is bad
Diooa ana nign ooara isnce, wnicn cautea
It. Rausays Bohlman erected a high board
fence across th side ot hi lot, almos
I against th window of th stor building.
Thla fence shut out aU th light that
- would otherwise get into tb stor. Rau
I claim .th tenet. J within eigbtn Inches
I (, ,tor and that such Is axaiaat the
' y uv (
- rdlnai)- of lh4tf ' '
MAY CONTIME TAX FICIIT
fUal Estat Eichanp Likslj t Be Hwrd
Troiri This wisUr.
TELEPHONE COMPANY IS THE AGITATOR
Ry MaklBAi Hflira af lisrr ala
tloa Than that t ompromlsrd On
Ike roraoratlaa Stir t.
Thus early there appear on the horixon
of poeslbilities another tax fight agalntt
the franchised corporation. The Nebraska
Telephone company has made a return to
the city tax commissioner on Its personal
property of $378, 000 as the real full value.
The compromise figure at which It wag
assessed last year was $170,900, as 40 per
cent of the real value, which ' would show
the real full valu. to be $426,000. This
year' return, then. I $47,000 less than the
figure agreed to afW last winter's battla
and it Is said that the Real Estate exchange,
having heard of it, propose to organise for
systematic protest again. .Th' .matter is .
not fully closed, however, a Tax Commis
sioner Fleming states' that,'-, though' tb
schedule bearing the $378,000 total Is In A
6(tlce, he has not accepted It.
Plemlnsr (;lnri ta Be Assisted.
Commissioner Fleming further said:.
'.'None of the other franchiser, corporations
has returned the schedule' yet, nor 'had I
Intended that they t should. - It -was my
purpose to ' give" ttj'e , corporations tholr
schedulss all at the same tlm and get
their returns at the same time; It. was an
accidental oversight that the telephone com
pany was given it blank beror the other
"I don't know what 'the Real Estate
exchange may be planning, but t shall
hope to have public sentiment and or
ganixatlon at my back again. There may
be need of It In handling others than
the corporations. For. the first time In
th city's hlBtory the assessment la to be
on th basis of full cash value and I pro
pose to have no omission In th return.
Will Prod in m. New Place.
"For Instance, I am going after credits,
bonds and share ot capital stock. ' On
tb schedule of personal property there
appear aa entry No. 26 a blank for money
other than ot bank, banker, broker or
stock jobber; aa entry No. 27 a blank for .
'credits other than ot bank, banker, broker
or stock Jobber; aa entry No. 28 a blank
for bonds,- stock and atat, county, city
Tillage or school district warrant and
municipal securities ot any kind . what
ever;' aa entry No.-19 a blank for shares
capital atock of companies and associa
tions not Incorporated by th law of thl
state except share of stock in national
What He Iatend ta Da. .
"What I Intend to do about these blank
Is shown in the second section of an In
formation sheet that I am having the tax
men leae with each schedule. This sec- -
tion reads: : , ( .
The return heretofore made In classes
f nronertv niimeru tell under No. 26. 2i.
28 and 29 have hot -been what they should
ave been. Judging ffqtn public bank atato
tnti and other mean of Information. Thl
a a. areat lnlust'ce to those owning only
other clHSe of personal proberty and who
niaae proper rieuroa. or lu uwrwb -oi ,
realty, who cannot escape taxation. The '
department I now Iq position to enforce, to
reasonaoie aegree. at least, in anmi-
metit of aeveral mllllona worth of personal
nroiiertv under Noa. 26 to 29. and the as
sessors are specially Instructed 6 pointedly. .
examine owners or T,ne.ir representative aa
to personal property. of tnia .nature, ana it
Is the owner1 duty to return, such.
It is not too early ta begta the eon-
Ideralion of the 'assessment .matters,"
Mr. Fleming continued, "aa two-third of
tb 18,000 schedule are ouL Th as
sessor hava sixty nay for their work, -acoordlng
to the tata law, but only forty
according to th enactment of th oily
council.' The member of too Board c-f .
Review have to be appointed on or before
November 4, and the board beglna Its sit
ting November 16, before which tlm the
assessors aro supposed to te through. I
am quit, anxious to know who will be the
two .man serving with me on th Board of
Telepkoa Company' Former Flgcatrea.
Th commissioner' book show that th
Nebraska Telephone company mad a re
turn to th city of $92,600 last year; that
the Board of Review raised that figure to
$109,310 and that after the exchange's tax
committee had carried It fight through
the courts tb telephone people agreed to
an assessment ot $170,000 a 40 per cent
of the fair cash value, though protesting
that such assessment was, in the language
of Attorney Moremaa, n outrage."
When the fact that the company thla year '
decreases II assessment by $47,000, figuring
on the baaia of fujl yalur., was called to
the attention of -K. D.a Weatt,.cbalrman 4
th exchange's tax committee, he
- What Waad Believe. :
I have not discussed with' other mem-
bera the matter of another fight for equality .
in taxation and am without authority to i
speak for any on -but myself, but I cer
tainly think that they will' wish to stand
pat for what Is already gained unless it
be shown that In noma iastancea th . aa-
sessment was really too , blb, AU we
wanted then was . fairness and I see no
reason why 'any. oue. Should ba' indifferent
to that requirement; now. I expect our old
committee to be discharged Soon, aerhap
next week, and the rseldoe of The bid fund
has been, paid' bck,f is 'being paid back,.
but. I am quite seoafldent that, the ' new
committee could g'9t frbnv4he'-'ctr!butors
to It as much as' wa given ' (suit, yaar, and
even more, for the public va with us La
our work and Is still fn sympathy with. It."
n. 1,1 ''. .,
Maaara'a Wanaerfal Powe-r.
A few. year ago th idea of 'using tb
power from Niagara Falls would have
seemed ridiculous, but, th wonderful prog
ress ot invention has mad It possible and
today many Industrie ar operated by It.
In medicine, wa also a wonderful prog- -
ress, especially sine th Introduction of
Hostetter'a Stomach pttter about fifty
years ago. It ta strictly a family medicine
and will positively cur heartburn, flatu
lency; Indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation,
malaria or liver and kidney troubles. Be
iur to try It.
ELECTRIC CAR BUMPS HIM
D. A. Llaaart la Severely Braised by
Melagr Threw frwaa '
His Wwoa.. ,
A westbound Farnam street cat raa Into
th rear end of a wagon driven by D. A.
Llnhart, near Tweaty-nlnth tret shortly
before noon, turned the wagon over and
threw Mr. Llnhart and a boy, who was with
him in tb goo, to th ground.' Llnhart
waa severely bruised about tb hip and
bark ond wa taken to th home of (I
daughter, 914 South Thrty-vnth street.
The wagon wa loaded with furnitur snd
th driver wa In front of tb car upon tb
tracks. When the car atruck U the wagon,
furniture, tb man and th boy wer thrown,
together la a heap. Considerable of the
furnitur wa damaged. Tb boy- waa sot'
, "Gaslaad" Stave aae) - Bis
Awarded am rUe, .Paris, 1900: Buffalo.
1901w -V '.".. 0 set' " .'.'-'. it
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