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THE OMAHA DAILY liKEi Fill DAY, OCTOIIKK 17, 1002.
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t war thereafter. Natkln taken
fa lesa taaa SKe far a cil
tie. Tktn aaertiaeaeata Bill ka
advertisers, kf reaaeatlnc a
fcerea cheek, eaa hava aaawera a
greased ta a aaaabereel letter la eara
af Tha Bee. Aaawera aa ad greased will
ha eellrerea mm nroeentatiaai af tha
, cheek aaly.
WASTED 8 FIXATION.
WANTED, position by a young man
drng clerk, with three years' country ex
perience; beat reference. Address M31
WASTED MALE HELP.
HUSTLING deputies wanted; men Or
women, splendid contract. The Gardn
rs, 415 Bee Bldg. B 275
WANTED, flrst-clasa Britanntca and War
ner ltbrary salesmen fot Iowa, Kansas,
Nebraska. Montana, North and South
Dakota, We pay traveling; expensea and
monthly advance. You rail on lnqulrlea
only. Permanent and exclusive territory
system. Address! American Newspaper
Ass, latlon, Bulla 622, N. T. Life Bldg.,
Omaha, Neb. B 293 Old
.WANTED, young man stenographer; give
references, nge ana cxpecteu salary. u
dress K. 35, Bee. B-M338
WANTED, traveling man who visits tha
large and small towns, to sell retailers a
aeler.t assortment of dry goods for spring.
on commission. Bryn Mawr Mills, Phila
delphia, Pa. ... B 451
WANTED, a hosiery and underwear sales
man for states or iHCDrasaa ana lows.
Box 292, Marlon. Ind. B M660
WANTED for U. 8. army, able-bodied Un
married men between agea of 21 and 35.
citizens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
apeak, read and write English. For Infor
mation apply to Kerrultlng Officers, lfith
and Dodge St., Omaha, and postoffice
building. Lincoln, Neb. B D31
GOOD messengers Wanted; high salaries.
A. D. T. Co., 212 So. 13th St. B M184
WANTED, exnerlenced cigar salesman
with established trade, from factory to
retailer In Nebraska and Iowa. Address
giving full antecedents, J. J. Tracy, 2028
Bo. 13th street, Philadelphia, ra.
B M3S2 80
Tha Hawks Nursery Company,
B M378 N
WANTED,' competent stenographer; man
familiar with shipping business preferred.
Address L 67, Bee. K M4s
WANTED, men to work In beet and potato
fields; also men with families; boys over
18 get iiuMi'a wages. Standard Ca tin Co.,
Ames, Neb. U M616 19
BEST proposition ever offered men to learn
barber trade. More experience in one
month than shops In one year. Catalogue
mailed free. Molor Barber College, 1.IU2
Douglas SU B MtkW 17
WANTED, cornice makers and tinners. J.
P. Orlwsel Cornice Co., Cedar Rapids, la.
' ' ' B M627 18
,. i ...I ., ,i
WANTED, fifteen bricklayers at new
Omaha shops at Sioux City, la,; plenty
ot work. Ueorgo J. urant, contractor.
B M735 27
TEN MEN for factory. I1.7B a day. In city.
steady work; 10 farm hands, $1 per day
until corn husking, then 3 cents per
otisnoi, rare reriinaea. nweney umpioy
ment Agency, 309 S. 12th St., Omaha.
B M775 18
FOR SALE, grocery stock, located down
town, doing good business; stock entirely
new; owner has best reasons for selling;
will sell cheae for cash. Address M 33,
r Wanted Laborers
For steam shovel work; also a few driven
for wagon work. Hall Grading and Con'
structlon Co., Council Bluffs. B M799 23
ONLY expert, first-class solicitors, 8400 per
month; references exchanged. Dr. George
I. uix,, general solicitor, Miicnen, a. u.
" B-M793 18
BLACKSMITH Immediately for Diets,
Wyo. ; permanent work, good wages. Ap-
ply 1214 Farnam at. R M7S9 17
SALESMEN, exclusive territory, salary or
commission: satisfaction guaranteed. An
ply for terms to "B," Western Nursery
Co., Lwrence, Kan. 144 oii
EVERYWHERE, to sell
writers. . Monroe at Co.,
Mi jn. utn Ht.
AN EXPERIENCED salesman, dress goods
department. Kelly, auger & co.
. . -785 18
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
Call Canadian office, 15th & Dodge.
WANTED, good wages to a good cook;
none other need apply, 2324 Harney.
GIRL for general housework.,
WANTED, working housekeeper In family
ot three adults. Address j 14, Bee.
WANTED, a good girl fot general house
work: no washing, $3.50 per week. 1614
N. 24th St. C-601
a cook. Mrs.' A. L.
WANTED, girl for second work.
J. Rogers. 1120 Park Ave.
WANTED, a good girl for general house
work, family of three. 1812 Wirt St.
LADY residing at the Iler Grand hotel
desires a girl living within a few blotka
of hotel to care tor child t years old;
wagea, $4.00 per week; room furnished,
but no board. Address M 29, Bee.
girl for second
TEN factory girls; 75c and $1.50 per day;
winter's work. Call at J'W 8 l'Jih at.,
Omaha. C-M776 18
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Bemls. Paxton block.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; office. lallH Farnam, or Teis. 1559-8M.
9-ROOM modern detached house. Inquire
2548 Capitol Ave. D M916
imiicce In all narts of elty. The O.
llKfUOCO F. Davis Co., Hi Bee Bldg.
SEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO. for choice
houaea. iol- N. V. Life Bldg. Tel. 1016.
701 N. 24TH ST., ' South Omaha, a nice 5
rouro cottage. William K. .Potter. Re
ceiver, 303 Brown block. . . D 6D9
VANS and baggage wagona.
llOUSUS and Oats.
Ringwalc Barker block.
. , - -D921
MACJUARD Va Storage Cg.? TvU 14M.
FOB RENT, three S-rqam houses, with
water, gas and Sewer; just bn placed
In first-class repair; all In good location;
clone to Stre-t car and schools; SIS to ll
t-w.h. C. M. Bath maun. 436 and 17 Paxton
bluck.. . , . i l-A5 .
MODERN f-room house, near
park, i VMW
4ROQM. modem, good, repair, an-So. Ki
Ave,. Pboae fc-A ' - D 91
FOR RF.T HOI BE.
OCTOBER 1, -room house, IHJk Cass; mod-
ern exrept furnace, JH. . N. Nason,
Hotel FHrnam. D .is."!
811 S. riD ST., .1-room flat, with bath.
2145 Eo. 13th St., ( rooms, city water.
Vm. K. Potter, receiver, VC, Ilrnwn Him k.
FOR RENT. October 1. R-ronm, modern
house, 51.1 N. 22d St.; g-rnom cottage, ;:il
California St. Apply at Room 5T. N. Y.
Life Hldg. I) m
HOUSES. G. O. Wallace, Brown Block.
DESIRABLE ln-rnom bouse, almost new,
modern In every particular, east front,
full lot. paved street, convenient to street
HOWARD KENNEDY PON.
209 First National Bank Building.
6-ROOM house, all modern, In fine repair,
merman Ave., is.t. o. E. 'lurking
ton, 0U6 Bee Bldg. D M418
FOR RENT, -room house, furnished, all
modern, nice lawn, front and bark, large
snade trees. Call at 2110 Ohio Si.
D fit 9
EIGHT-ROOM house, modem. Inquire 214
Caldwell street. D M17 !
8T.26 HARNEY ST., 9-room all modern
house, newly decorated, inside and out,
150 per month. The Byron Iteed Co.
g-ROOM strictly modern house. Just com
pleted, corner aJtn and Locust; can burn
loft coal In furnace If desired. J. N.
Marsh, 445 Board of Trade. D SS3
2320 N. 28TII AVE., rooms, all modern,
elegant place, only 822.5U
Payne Investment Comnanv.
Tel. 1781. Main Floor, N..Y. U Bldg.
. D 718 17
MODERN ten-room brick; gas, furnace,
laundry, bath; 2U1 Capitol Ave.; rent, t-10.
D M729 30
FOR RENT, 12-room house 4Uid barn,
2117 Webster St, i r
-room house, modern, 2248 N. 19th St.... 30
lu-room modprn house and barn, 2210
Ponnlcton Ave. ?n
7-room modern house and barn, 704 8.
8lh St 17
Brennan Love Co., 309 S. 13th St.
D M7I9 80
$212701 Woolworth, 8 rooms, modern, fur
nace. 30 6112 So. 30th, 7 rooms, modem, furnace.
$262626 Capitol Ave.,. 8. rooms, modern,
$74204 Hamilton St., S rooms, city water.
K. C. PETERS A CO..
Ground Floor, Bee Bldg.
6-ROOM cottage, 2549 Rees street. Inquire
Clyde c. sur.dblad, care county court.
' ' ' D 740 16
1317 SOUTH 81ST street, T rooms, $30. '
. . D M747
FOR REST FURNISHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel. 13th and Farnam.
$1 PER WEEK-423 S. 18th St., one . block
south of court house, - E 924
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge.
TWO nloe, cool, furnished or unfurnished
rooms. 204 Davenport. E ti7
ROYAL HOTEL, European, lath & Chicago,
' E 926
NICELY- furnished rooms, slugle or en
, suite; rates reasonable..: . Midland Hotel,
ISth .and Chicago. E 928
HANDSOME steam-heated room. 1909 Cap-
FOR BENT, to gentleman, large well fur
nlshed front room, with alcove, steam
heat, gas, bath, tolephone, central,
reaauuauiu. xoai uougjttB. ; n, my
zm in.. Kin St., neat steam-heated rooms.
JS M3S7 Nov. 6
WELL ' furnished steam heated rooms,
single or enaulte, with or wunout board.
Midland hotel, 16th and Chicago sta.
ii M440 N8
STEAM-HEATED rooms, $10 per month.
uarner jnoiei, utn ana Jones bls.
THREE ROOMS, light housekeeping. 1113
d. ma Bl. a. Jd M58
STEAM-HEATED rooms; new home; ref
erences. 1616 WebBter. E M766 19
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Merrlam, comfortable winter home. Tel. 85.
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board ; rates reasonable. .Midland Hotel,
ma ana uaicago. d ju
THREE rooms, 62 8. 19th St.
FOR RENT INFUHNISHED ROOMS.
FOUR modern rooms. 524 So.
G 744 !
FOUR modern rooms. 621 8.
G M788 19
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT Store, In first-class location
rent reasonable. Apply R. C Peters it
Co., ground floor. Bee mag. 1266
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 916 Farnam St. It
has four atorles and a basement which
was formerly used aa The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C C. Rose
water, aecntiary; room 100, Bee building.
. 1 )l
BICYCLES Now Is the ttme to buy a
bicycle cheap from Fletcher, 1622 Capitol
ave. - . . , 1686 18
TWO floors 40x60 in jobbing district. Ad
dress M 21, Bee. I-M734 20
DESK room, cheap. 207 Brown blk,
CREIGHTON hall and Schllts Roof garden
for balls, banquets, card parties, smokers,
meetings, conventions, etc. . Both balls
are the largest In the city, have large
dressing rooms and boxes for cioaks, hats
and coats will rent reasonable. Apply
to Win. R. Morand, Manager Crelghton
hall. 'Phone 1022. 1-430 N7
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment, with assured aood In
come. Agents In the country with horse
and buggy especially desired, Canvassers
make easily 60 to $1ihi per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
INee building, Omaha. 21
HIGH GRADE AGENT WANTED
We want a first-class man in each county
to aell our Standard dtock Food to farm
ers. He must hats a good learn, good
business ability, some knowledge ot live
stock, be In good standing In every way
and a steady worker. A permanent, good
iiaylug business to the right man. Ad
dress, giving age, experience, present
THE F. E. SANBORN COMPANY. Omaha,
Neb. J 715 N12
WASTED TO RENT.
A 6 OR 8-ROOM modern houaa In good
neighborhood by a desirable party; am til
family; will lease for one or two years.
Address M 34. Bee. K Mini 19
WASTED TO BI V. .
WANTED, a gentle saddle pony, about 54
to 56 Inches high. Address M 30, Lt. e.
FOR SALE Fl KMTI RK,
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dedce. Tel.
2u20. New and secondhand, bougni. sold.
FOH SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
HARRY FROST paints and repairs wagona.
See him. 14tb and lavanworth. Tel. 1447,
P M7M 21
SKVERAL good work horeea.
en barn, 71a B. lota.
Fort si.i- miscki.l ti.oi .
FENCE LATH for d'll'k talpmrin. crib
bing, combination ladders, tsl Douglas.
FOR SALE Phonographs; superior to any
ntber musical Insirnment; $i up Tha
Wlttmjim Co., 16-1 Fainaiu. Q 93
ETISON phonographs, $10, -"0 and .:;
moulded .n-ord-s. it'v each or $5 per do.;
new wheels, $1" up; L'dhnnd, up. Omaha
Bicycle Co., 16lb and Chlcugo Sis.
100 STYLES truxses; catalogue free. Sher
man & Mi Connell Drug Co., Pith mid
bodge, Omaha. Q DJ8
2DHAND infe cheap.
Derlght, 1119 Fnrnam.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119
FOR SALE, a
pair of Imporied Mexican
Address K 5, Bee.
EDISON Columbia tihonoerraDhs: aaents
wanted- write. Fredrlckson, 1 & Cap. Ave.
J . W M"02 22
FOR SALE, baseburner uxed only a short
time. Inquire 2217 Grace St. Q 156
glass pane. Phone 2161.
intique oak wardrobe
Inquire 2104 Maple.
BARBER shop and pool room. J. C. Ren-
ninger, r nrence, et. i 7SS 18
CIJOICE mllrh cows. f. Shetland ponies. S
i. campDeu, til Center, phone Blurk
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 11
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmlnt, Sli S. 15.
. (5 K4t
GRACE O BRYAN of Ky.,
720 S. 13th.
T 283 li
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R 2.
X Mo NO
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. lRth. R. 7.
T M780 N16
GRACE O'BRYAN of Ky., 720 S. 13th.
1 7W2 N1V
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous haii removed by electricity. R. 12,
Frenser block. U 881
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; baulea boarded and auopted.
Mrs. Uardels, 2234 Lake. Tel. red 1884.
' U 946
VIAVI. Woman's way to health. Home
treatment. . uookiet tree, a ilea Bloa.,
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R. 2.
u any 1.
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
. A Mi.ll , '..111... . .. 1 ."VI I i
M1W 4 - ..111 VV11111. f .-I1U ,M iVUIU,
PRIVATE 'sanitarium for - ladles before
and during connnement. Dr. and Mra,
UerUch, isfi N. loth St., Omaha. U tnj
$u0 RUPTURE. CURED. FOR $30 No
knife, no pain, no detention from business.
Send fur booklet, etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE
Cimni tu., jn. x. L.ue uiog.; Omaha.
." '. v ,ni. U lul
DR. JACKSON, 1505 FARN,AM ST.
OMAHA DYE WORKS, 1615 Howard, the
fashionable cleaners of ladles' and gentle
men a ureases aim auus, mce curtams,
arupcnci, . t - . u mini M2
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. messengers
SURE cure for excessive perspiration and
an aisoraers or tne reet; stamp lor par
ticulars. A." Mayer, CIS Bee bldg., Omaha,
U 393 6
LEARN chiropody, manicure, special mas
sage. Bunooi ot Hygiene, 018 Bee bldg.
Vi ELSBACH mantles, 20b and 30c; other
: makes 10c and up to 25c; table lamps $2.50
ana up Burner, snaae ana emmney. ixiuis
netcner, ma capital ave. . u bb 18
ELITE PARLORS. Bit S. 16th St.. 2d floor.
. U M777 N15
MONEY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATE.
4Vi PER CENT on business property.
S per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE, 401 S. 15th St.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-Love Co., 309 B. lath.
4 TO 6 P. C. Money.
Bemla, Paxton .Blk.
FARM and -city loans, low rates. W, H.
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
FIVE PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros. 1604
PRIVATE money, F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam street.
WANTED City and farm loans; also bonds
ind warrants. R. C. Petera Co., 17ug
Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W-S66
MONEY. TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WHEN jou find it neceaaary to borrow,
give us a trial, aftei which we will, by
talr treatment, attempt to retain your
patronage. We loan from $10 up, on fur
niture, pianoa, live stock, etc. We alao
make loans, to
without mortgage or endorser. We do
not deduci Interest in advance; we charge
nothing for making or filing papeis and
our servlcA la quick and cOnndintial. We
always try to piease our patrons.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
119 Board ot Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
(Established 1892.) 306 South 16th St.
I' W 'YOU UId' MO-4e$V7 " !
$ money, to loan s
8 FURNITURE AND SALARIES.
$ $10 to u00 loaned oa FURNITURE.
$ PIANOS. ETC., and to salaried people
$ at very lowest ratea and Igr any length
s of time, without publicity or removing:
the property. Paymenta can be made to
suit youi convenience.
Call and get dur terms before going
I RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY. $
$ Room J, Third Floor, Paxton Block. $
$ $.$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ i $ i $ $ $ i
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
eirj, boMea, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 6. 13.
Chattel and Salary Loans.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
Successor to J. W. Taylue.
623 Paxton Block.
LARGEST BUSINESS IiN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity ; tariezt terms; 40 offices in prin
cipal, cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. i X-954
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
icopie; business connientiai; lowest rates.
Paxion block. Toe J. A. llulton Co.
MONEY leaned on furniture, live stock.
Jxwelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co.. Sue. to Dun Green, 6 Barker block.
Bl SINES CHANCES.
COMPLETE stock of hardware for sale
cheap. H. M. Christie. Administrator
2420 K street. South Omaha. Y M6S4 It
TO GET in or out of business calt on Wll
llaaia. Room ill, McCague building.
W HEN you want to buy. sell or exchange
your bujiiiev or property quick ae J.
H. Johnson. U -N. X. Life. Y M969
NO REASONABLE offer rejected for tha
fusnitura of lo-ruom brick flat; fine loca
tion, full of royniere. J, II, Johnson, N
V Ufa. Y-M400
Bt lKS C Ht F.9.
WV. 8AI.K The well eMablUlie,! clothing
b'jslnes the !ate Q. W, Hellers. Blnlr,
Neb. II. V. Mcllllde, Administrator.
IOTEI, FOR RENT Rpet location In
cointy seat of northwestern Iowa; hus
comnierclnl business of town. Address M
2S Bee. Y-M7M 19
FOR BALE Harness business. In county
seat of :l,riO, in one of the best rounlls
in Illinois; only two shops In the city.
Address Box bi, Watseka, III.
FtR SALE, $l.il"0 harness stock In a good
hunlnps. town ot 1.017. Box 13, Coon
Rapids, la. V M7!6 19
FOR SAKE, good, clean, up-to-date stock
of general merchandise; will Invoice about
W: no trades. Address L. f. Hiilselms,
Defl.-intc la. Y M79S 2U
FOR A I. K REAL ESTATE.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by tha
Union l'aciilo Rullroad company. 13. A.
McAlleater, land commissioner. Union Pa
citlc Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
KEL.SEY'8. wall paper, 17th and Douglas,
Phone 1608. RE 873
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
tire Insurance. Berals, Paxton block.
SEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO. lor choice
bargains. 601 N. X. Ll(e Bldg. Tel. 101.
FOR SAIE ,T1 acres, trult and garden
land, eight-room house, good barn, ap
ple, cherries, plume; eight acres In tim
ber, two miles from car line. Address,
103 S. First, Council Blufts. la. RE 9o8
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 553, Bee building.
CALIFORNIA Mutual lnd Company, 2K
Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cat.; sell
ten, twenty, thirty acres or larger tracts
cf choice land on Installment payments.
Write for full particulars. RE M723 24
A GREAT SNAP In business property; 33
feet on Howard St., opposite Auditorium,
only $5,000; one-third cash, balance to be
arranged; 6 per cent. Payne Investment
Company, sole agents. New York Life
building. RE M761 17
TUKEY & SON.
Houses for Sale.
3320 Merideth Ave., S rooms, $1,000.
3017 Franklin St., t rooms, $,0.
314 N. 24th St.. 7 rooms, modern, $2,400.
2A25 Cass St., rooms, modern, $2,000.
26u6 Chicago St., 9 rooms, modern, $3,250.
S. E. Cor. 43d and Lake, 5 rooms, $1,500.
S.' E. Cor. 42d and Lake, 5 rooms, $1,400.
S. W. Cor. 3l8t and Poppleton, 10 room,
We also have vacant lata for sale In Bern fa
Park, Clifton Hill and Grammercy Park,
very cheap and on easy terms.
A. P. TUKEY AND SON,
444-445 Board of Trade.
. , RE 771 17
A GREAT SNAP
In eastern Nebraska grain farm; 480 acres,
all black bottom land, with $7,000 to $8,000
Improvements, at only $45 per acre, worth
$65. See or write us for Illustrated de
scription of this fine stock farm. Payne
Investment company, main floor New York
Life bldg., Omaha.
"The Alfalfa Men."
DO YOU WANT
TO SELL A FARM?
If you want to aell farm or ranch, tell
the fannera and etockralsers about It. Tba
beat war to reach them is through
.V. The ;
vi. "i- no t
This agricultural - weekly goes to 25.000
homea of farmers gad stockralsers, to If
you have a good pleoo of land to tell at a
reasonable price you ought to And a buyer
among them. Tha cost of an ad la small
2 cents per word.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
STOCK ranches, near markets, fenced, 250
miles from Chicago, southern Wisconsin;
good lands; only 6. Write P. M. Wood
man, Lumber Exchange, Minneapolis,
Minn. ', RE M794 20
WHY pay more?
to $100 machines,
roe &. Co.. Ul N.
Lambert, $25; superior
Sent on approval. Mon
16th St., Omaha. 131
TYPEWRITER BARGAINS THIS WEEK
No. 6 Remington $50.tX
No. 6 Remington 40.00
No. 3 Remington 20.00
No. 1 Smith Premier 25.W
No. 2 Smith Premier 6O.u0
No. 7 Bllckensderfer 20 00
Callgraphs from $5.00 to 16.00
We rent machines of all makes, $3.00 per
month. Floyd St. John. Tel. No. 2919. No.
116 So. 15th St. M76S 2
. When You Write
remember it only takes an extra stroke1 or
two of the pen to mention tha fact that
you saw tha ad In The Be'
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG 8. H.. Touch T. W., Bus. Branches,
Teleg. Cat. Free. Oin. Coll., 17th Doug.
A. C. VAN SANT'S school.
717 N. Y. Life.
court reporter principal,
N. Y. Life..
N EB. Busineaa & Shorthand College,
MORAND 8 Dancing Bchool, lath and Har
ney. Children beginners, Weunewlay. 4:15
p. m. and Saturday. 10 a. m. : 20 lessons,
$10; sec son, October to May. $20, advance;
12 lecsons, $6; season, $12; adults, Tuesday
and Friday, 8 p. m. 12 lessuns, ladies, $a;
gentlemen. $6. High school class meets In
Myrtle hall, season October to May, $10.
Assemblies every Wednesday. 'Prioiie luyi.
GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 515 N, Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1664.
Mrs. Grace TUdale Deegan,
528 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA COLLEGE OF Ml SIC.
OMAHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC and FINE
ARTS, faculty, tweniy-two teachers.
Terms and prospectus, F. H. Wright
Ramge Bldg. 773 OJ1
ply F. 11.
First Presbyterian choir. Ap-
wrtgnt, zia namge Diog. 434 31
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing, all oublueas confidential. lSol Douglas.
Miss Sturdy, ZU)0 Harney.
GOLD, silver and nickel plating. Omaha
Plating Co.. Be Bldg. TeL -m
OMAHA Ssfe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
rlalty of tire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Andreen. Prop., 102 8. loth St.
TRISK9 AD BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717. 66 S. 16th.
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 7S0.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
LI' tli and Lake streets. 3 TO
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, eto.j
G. R. Rathbun, Room 15, Com ! Nat 1 bank.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices. 621
N. 16th. Tel. 1779. 163
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbtu, 15(6 Farnam. 'Phone 784.
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Deright, 1119
Farnam afreet. 4)91
OM. Van Stor. Co., 1511H Farn.
LA IN DRY.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts. 8c; collars,
2c; cuffs, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. A-1763.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
ST1LLMAN PRICE, (3 U. 8. N'l Bk. Bid.
IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1610 Howard,
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled. Joe Yousen, 1411 Farnam Ht.
OMAHA Hay Balo Tie Co., all North 16th,
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 8. 13th.
WATER8 PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. 611 S. l"th-
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING,
Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
GRAND Electric Co., 16 & Jackson.
CAPT. THOS. CORMICK, private detec
tive, 617 Kaibach block. Tel. A2X32.
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1253.
Bend for price list, cut flowers and plants.
HATS dyed, blocked, latest style. Ramser
& Kerr. 207 N. 17th, near Capitol Ave.
YOUR dleease easily cured; send stamp
now for "Hope for the Hopeless." W. J.
Dunovan, Fort Scott, Kan. 191 19
(Should be read DAILY by all interested
aa chanaea may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails for the week ending Oc
tober U. 1902, will close tPROMlTLY In
all cases) at Hie general postotnee aa fol
lows: PARCELS POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing time shown oelow
Parcels post mails for Germany close at
5 p. m. Monday and Wednesday.
Regulai and Supplementary mails close
at Foreign Station half nour later than
closing time shown below (except that Sup
plementary Malls for Europe and Central
America, via Colon, close one hour later at
SATURDAY At 6 a. m. for ITALY direct,
per s. s. Aller (mall' must be directed
"ner s. s. Aller"); at 7:30 a. m. for NETH
ERLANDS direct, per s. s. Postdam (mail
must be directed "per s. s. Potsdam";; at
ft a. in. for BELGIUM direct, per s. s.
Kroonland (mall must be directed "per
s. x Kroonland"); at 9:30 a. r.i. for SCOT
LAND direct, per a s. Columbia (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Columbia");
at 10:30 a. m. (supplementary 12 m.) for
EUROPE, per a. s. Urnbrla, via Queens
town; at 11 a. m. for DENMARK direct,
per s. s. Norge (mall must be directed
"per s. s. Norge",).
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takes Printed Matter, Commercial Papers
and Samples for Germany only. The same
ciasa of mail matter for other parts of
Europe will not be sent by this ship
unless specially directed by her.
After the closing of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Mails nameu above, ad
ditional Supplementary Mails are opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French anil German steamers, and remain
open until within Ten Minutes of the
Injur of .ailing of steamer.
Mails for Soath and Central America,
West Indies. Etc.
FRIDAY at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30
a. m.) for cool A Kit a, per s. s. Val
encia; at 10 a. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND
llrwt ner a. a. Silvia: at 12 ni. for MEX
ICO. per s. a. Niagara, via Tumplco (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Niagara"); at
6:30 p. m. for AZORES ISLANDS, pef s.
s. Vancouver, from Boston; at 6:30 p. m.
for BERMUDA, per steamer-from Hall
fax. SATURDAY At 9 a. m. (supplementary
9:3a a. m.) for PORTO RICO, CURACAO
and VENEZUELA, per a. s. Caracas
(mull for Savanilla and Cartagena muse
be directed "per s. s. Caracas"); at 9:30
a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for
FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA. SAV AN
1LLA and CARTAGENA, per s. s. Altai
(mall lor Costa Rica must be directed
"per s. s. Altai'); at 9:3o a. m. (suppie.
mentary 10:30 a. m.) for HAITi and
SANTA MAKTA, per a. s. Athoa; at 10
a. m. for CUBA, per a. s. Morro Castle,
via Havana; at 12:30 p. ni. for CUBA,
per s. a. Oluida, via Mutanzaa (ordinary
mall only, which must be directed "per
s. s. Olinda").
Mails for Newfjunaland by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close
at this office t!aily at 6:30 p. in. (con
necting close here every Monday,
Wednesday and Suturday;. .Mails for
Miqueion, by rail to Boston, and Ihence
by steamer, close at this office daily at
6:30 p ni. Mj'Is for Cuba by rail to I'ott
Tampa, Fla., and thence by steamer, close
at this office daily except Thursday at
5:30 u. m . (the connecting closes aiu
made on Mondays. Wednesdays and Sat
urdays!. Ma'ls for Mexico City, over
land unless specially addressed for des
ualcb by steamer, clone si this office
daily except Sunday at I to p. m., and
11:30 p. in ; Sundays at 1:00 p. in. and
11:30 i. m. Mails for Costa Rica. Bellie.
Puerto Cortes and letter mall for (luuie- !
niala, by rail lo New Orleans and thence
by steamei. close at tills ott'.. dally
except Sunday at 1:80 p. m. and ii.it
p. m.; Sundays at 1:00 p. ni. and 11 ii
p. m. (connecting closes here Mondays
at 11:S0 p. m. for Bellse. Puerto Cortes
and letter mall tor Guateaiula ami
Tuesda) at '11.J0 p. Ul. fur CoaU Rka.
Registered mail close
at 6:'"' p. in. pie-
Malls for China and Japan, vis St-utMc,
close lure dally at 6::.' p n.. up ui Oc
tober 15th, inclusive, for itispalcM per
. . lyo Alum. (Reglstercil mail iriuet be
directed "via Sesttlc' v
MallR for HuwhII. Jainu,. C'hlo t m' fit !
class matter for the l'hilipplae Ixliimls, la
Shu Ktaiirlsro. rlose hrrv iiail' at 6::i p.
m. up to October l7th, imniFlve. for
despslch per s. s. Coptic.
Mails for China and Japan, via Tacom.t.
close hire dully nt 6:30 p. m. up to Oc
tober 17th, Incluelve, for tlespntch per s. s.
Malls for Hawaii, via San Uratuisco, r'osc
here dally nt 6:S p. m. up to iiiioixr
Ji'th, Inclusive, for tlespntoh per s. s.
Malls for Hawaii, China. .Inoan an.l firft
class matter for the Philippine Islands,
via Sun KraniMHCo, close here dallv nt
. at C;30 p. m. up to October -.'.tli. inclu
sive, for dcspati Ii jirr s. s. America Maru.
Malls for the Philippine Island, via H.m
Francisco, clos-r hi re dully at 6:.m p. m.
U to October -'."itli. incliit-lvr, fot tlr.
liatch per U. S. Transport.
XI., 1 1 t . .r- 1 ' .. V. I . t sn.l t . t ,
wniiD ii'i i mini ruii ..... i u. p.i rt i.-ikiiiii-. ,
.. I Cl TP . . I. .. .)..,,.. ... ...n..
i dttii r i .i iivii-i ii, i mh-i' ut.-it iiniiv hi ii:ju
p. m. up to October L'tsth. inclusive, for
despatch per s. s. Mariposa.
Mails for China and Japan, via Vancouvef
stul Victoria, B. C, close here (iaily at
i:M p. m. up to October 2M! InclueiVc,
for nespntch per s. s. Empress of Japun.
(Registered mall must be specially nd
dtessed. Merchandisn for U. S. 1'okIhI
Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
Malls for Australia, (except West Austra
lia, which Is forwarded via Europe i New
Zealand. Kl.il. Samoa and Hawaii, la
San Francisco, close here dally at 6:.H p.
in. after October "Uth and up to No
vember "1st, Inclusive, or on arrival of
s. s. Cumpanla. due nt New York No
vember "lst, for dcppHtch per s. s. So
nomu. Malls for Australia (except Went Australia,
which goes via Europe, mid New Zealand,
which goes via San Frnnclscoi. snd I'i.il
Islands, via Vancouver and Victoria. H.
(;., close here dally at 6 M p. m. niter
November 1st and up to November Sth,
Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Mlowrra.
Transpacific mnlls are forwarded to pint of
sallina dully and the schedule of closing
lh arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. Riais
ered mall closes at 6 p. in. previous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postortlce, New York, N. Y., October 1", I!
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION-t if.
flee of Chief . M.. St. 1'aul. Minn.. Septem
ber 19, 1902. Sealed proposals in triplicate,
will be received at this office, until 11
o'clock a. m., October l.s. 1902, and opened
then, for the construction of om doubln
barrack at Fort Meade, S. I). Plans ami
speclllcntlona may bo en nc.d blank pro
posals wllh full instrtivtlona had upon ap
plication here, or to the Quartermaster,
Fort Meade. 8. D. United Slates reserves
the right to accept or reject nny or nil
iirnposals, or any part thereof. GEO. K.
'ONV. C. Q. M. S19-20-22-23-O16-17M
IAII.WAY TIME CARD.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND &
1 acillc Railroad "The Great
Rock Island Route" City
Ticket Orllce, 1323 Farnam
street. Telephone 42S. Depot,
'r.,., . u i ...... ... . , . '
Telephone 625. Leave,
XCUIU ClIIVI .HHtLJ Elllt'MJ.
Chicago Daylight Ltd..a5:n0am
Chicago Daylight Local. .a 7;'i am
Chicago Express bll:15 am
Des Moines Express a 5:1:0 pm
Chicago Fust Express.. a 6:05 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ..a 6:50 am
Lincoln, Colorado Sp'gs,
Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1:30 pm
Colorado, Oklahoma &
Texas Fyet a B:20 pm
a Dully, b Dally except Sundav.
a 5.43 pm
sourl River Railroad "Tho
Burlington Route" Gen
eral Offices, Northwest Cor
ner Tenth and Farnam
Streets- Ticket Oftteo, liV'2
' Jl Farnam Street. Telephone,
Burling toil Station, Tenth and Mason
a 1:45 pm
a 3: l pm
a 3:10 piu
a :45 am
a. 6.45 am
a 9:17 am
a 6:45 am
Lincoln. Denver, Colo-
rado, Utah, Cattfornla..a 4:2 paa
Alliance Express ....a 4.o pm
L'.ncoln & Black Hills.. all: o pm
tlontana, Puget 8ound..all:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mail b 3:10 pm
Wymore. Beatrice and
Lincoln .a 8:40 am
Denver, Colorado, Utah
Fort Crook, South Bend,
Louisville. Plattsm th.b 3:20 pm
bll .06 am
Bellevue, Plattsmoutn a;
a 7:50 pm a 8:27 am f
Pacific Junction a 3:00 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
l . 1. .. II ..... MTI,.
Sc iuiucy nuiiwoj . ii.
Burlington Route" Ticket
Office. 1502 Farnam Street.
Telephone 250. Depot.
Tenth and MHSon Streets.
a 7:30 am
a 4:05 pm
a 2:45 pm
Davllaht Chlcaao Spe
cial a 7:00 am
Chicago Vestibuled Ex.. a 4:00 pm
Chicago Local Express. a 9:31) am
cnicago 1 Jiniveu a o.w
KANSAS CITY. ST. Jo
seph & Council Bluffs
Railroad "The Burlington
Route" Ticket Office, 16o2
Farnam Street, Telephone
250. Depot, Tenth and
Mason Streets. Telephone
a 6:0$ pm
a 6:15 am
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 9:20 am
Kansas city Night Ex..al0:30 pm
Bt. i,ouis r iyer. tor St.
Joseph and St. Louis.. a 5:10 pm all:15 am
CHICAGO & NORTH
western Railway "Th
City Ticket Office. 1401
Farnam St. Telephone
661. Depot, Tenth and
Marcyv Streets. Tele
Fast Omaha-Chicago. ..a t:00 am all:20pm
Local Carroll-Omaha... b 4:00 pm a 11:50 am
Local Clilcago-Omaha..alO;ri5 am a 5:10 pm I
Fast Omaha-Chicago... a iaia pm a 4:05 pm I
. . . . 1 I . I.,, . . A..C
Omahu-Chicaaa uVd. 8:10 pm a 9:20 am
r IIHI lull ......... ...a O .17 UII1 H ..U ,1111
f ast M. rai a r.s pni a x:it am
Fast Mall a 7:50 uni a 8:30 am
Cedar Rapids Psswtuger a 5:30 pm
Local Sioux city D 4:oo pm b 9:50 am
a Dally k Dally ixcept Sunday.
a G:4."i nm lifFSGIiluSl
a 9:35 pm SiMkSr'f
a C:o5 pm 4fwilff
bll:ji am ; V iwtttF
a 4:50 am
UM I IVJJ- -J
Over 30,000 People
When you advertise in The
want columns you are talking to
field of bright, intelligent people.
The Bee reaches all of the population
Nearly every one reads The Bee want
You can have anything you want
within reason. if you ask for it through
The Bee's want columns.
ILW1 TIME t AHIK-4 ontlnaecl.
FREMONT. ELK HORN
Missouri 'slley Rallroail
1 ,lne " - General OfHcee,
United rttates .National
Hank Building, fl. W.
Corner Twelfth and Far.
nam Sis Th ket (ttlce, 1401 Farnam St.
Telephone Ml. Depot, 15th and Webster
Sts. Telephotio lS.
lUaek Hills. DeadwooJ.
Hot Springs a 3:00 pm a (:M pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas 4 1:0" pm e E:00 pm
Hastings. York. David
City, Superior, Geneva,
Exetor sue) Seward b 3:(0 pm b 8:00 pm
Norfolk. Vcrdigre and
d 7:30 am MO.zs am
b 7:30 am bio 35 am
c 7:30 am
n Pally. I! Dally
except 8unday. c Sun-
day only. d Dally
Dully except Monday.
CHICAGO. ST. PAl'l,
Minneapolis & Omaha
Railway "The North
western Line" General
offices. Nebraska Divi
sion, 15th and Webster
Sts. Cltv Ticket Otfle..
1401 Famair St. Telephone 661. Depot,
luih and Webster Sts. Telephone 14r8.
Twin City Passenger. ...a 6:30 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger.. .a J ;0 pm all. 10 am
Emerson Ucl b 5:30 pm b $.30 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
Pallroad-Clty Ticket Of
fice, 1402 Farnam Street.
Telephone, 246. Depot,
Tenth and Marcy Sts.
( hieago l.xprt ss
. a 7:3. am
a 5:10 pm
a N:' am
Chicago Limited ,.
Minneapolis : St.
Fort Dodge loicnl
Council Bluffs ...
Fort Dodge !xca!
Council Bluffy ..
a Dally, b Dally
...a 7:50 pm
1) 7:33 am bI0:S6 pm
a 7:50 pm a 8 OS am
b 4.50 pm al0:00 am
a 5:i ain
UNION P A C T F I C-' THB
Overland Route" General Of
llccs, N. K. Corner Ninth end
Uarnam Streets. City Tlck-t
Offlce, irst Farnam St. Tele
;hone 316. Deiot, Tenth and
Marcy Sts. Telephone 629.
Tl.e Overland Limited. .a 9:40 am a 7:30 pm
Special :40 am
The Fast Mail a 8:.Vi am
The Mall and Express. .all : am
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am
a 7:30 nt
a 3:25 pm
a 3:46 am
a 3:40 am
Lincoln, Beatrice and
Stromsburg Express. ..b 4:05 pm bl2:3i pm
The Paclnc Express a 4:2u pin
'The Atlantic Express....
a 7:3 am
b 9:35 am
Grunil Island l'Ul h 5:30 pm
a DdUy. b Dolly except Sunday.
St. Paul Railway City
Ticket fflloc, 1504 Farnam,
St. Telephone 3M. Depot,
Tenth and Mason Streets.
Chicago & Omahn Ex..b 7:W am b 3:40 ptn
Chicago Limited Ex. . ..a : pm I I;J Ml
a Dally, b Daily except Sunday.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAIL
road General Ottb-es and
Tleket Offices. Southeast
Corner 141 h and Douglas
Sta. Telephone MM. Depot,
i l-ave. Arrive.
St. Ixnils and Kansas:
City Express alOK) am a 6:15 pm
K. C. St. L Express... al:50 pin a 6:15 am
lave from 15th and
Weeping Water ...
a Daily, o Dally
It 4:10 pm 1 10:45 am
Ofljce, 1601 Farnam
Street. Telephone $22. De
pot. Tenth and Marcy Sts.
St. Louis Express a 5:55 pm a .zv am
St. Ixiuls Local (from
Council Bluffs) 9:15 m al0:30pm
ATTEMPT TO FREE PRISONER
Imposter Preaenta Himself at Jail la
Peoria wltn Forged Writ af
PEORIA, 111., Oct. 1. Borne days ago a
man who called himself Debold. and claim
ing to be an employe of the state attor
neys offlce In Chicago, cam here and
called on the sheriff, atatlng that a pris
oner by the name of Williams was wanted
In Chicago for burglary. Debold then
called at the jail and demanded the sur
render ot the prisoner, which ha was de
nied. Night before last th man Debold, who
now represented himself aa a deputy
sheriff, called at the Jail and again de
manded the release ot the prisoner, pre
senting a habeas corpus writ. The deputy
in charge dnled him this and Debold
learned that the mau waa to be taken to
Chicago by two deputies from the Peoria
Immediately th Imposter left on an early
train for Chicago to Intercept them as it
is supposed and to make a demonstration
and secure the prisoner by force. On ar
riving there the Peoria officers were advlsea
no legal steps bad been taken to secure th
transfer of the prisoner.
Capital (or Colorado Railroad.
DENVER. Oct. 16. David H. Moffatt,
president and principal promoter of the pro
jected Denver, Northwestern & Paeine rail
way, who has Just returned from New
York, has issued a signed statement. In
which he says: "I have presented the Den
ver, Northwestern at Pacific railway enter
prise to prominent men In New York ano
New England, and I have the direct pledg
of their assistance In securing the fundi .
to build the railway."
To Recognise Reynolds.
ST. LOUIS Oct. 16. Tn view of the with
drawal of E. H. Ioffhagen, It has beer,
decided by the board of election commis
sioners to recognise Colonsl George D
Reynolds aa the regular republican nomi
nee for congress In the Twelfth district.
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