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TI1K OMAHA DAILY HKE: THURSDAY. OCTOl.r.R 2, 1002.
will t likr aatll IX as. for the
TBlav edition awa til )M p. as.
fee maralaar .4 Saaaar e4ltlta.
Rates, 1 l-3e. ward Irat lesertloa,
' Ir wri Iktmrtf r. Batata take
far lose thaa IS far ae Srst lir.
Ilea. Three ad vert tseaaeata snost a
Advertisers, br rfaufXUf
ttereal rkrrk, caa have answere
elreMeel ta a unbtrH letter la (at
at Ta tier. Aaewere aa addressed will
8 allvere mm ereeeatetloa of the
WASTED-M A 1. 11 HELP.
HT'BTLINO deputies wanted; men or
women, splendid contract. The Garden
era, 415 lire Bldg. B 275
WANTED, young man stenographer; give
references, age. and expected salary. Ad
dre( K 35, bee, B
.WANTED, ttavellng man who vlalis the
large and small towns, to sell retailors a
select assortment of dry goods for spring,
on commission. Bryn Mawr Mills, Phila
delphia, la. B 451
"SVANTED, a hosiery and underwear ales-
man for states or Nebraska and Iowa.
Bo 232, Marlon, Ind. B MWO
WANTED for U. . army, able-bodied un
married men between ages or zi and
citizens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habit, who can
apeak, read and write Eng llah. For Infor
i matlon apply to Recruiting Officers, lith
1 and Dodge Bts., Omaha, and postofTloe
' ounaing, Lincoln, nto. v-um
GOOD messengers wanted: high salaries.
A. V. T. Co., 2U 8o. 13th St. B M184
The Hawks Nursery Company,
; . . Wauwatoea, Wla.
WANTED. competnt stenographer; man
familiar with shipping business preferred.
Address L. C7, Bee. B M462
WANTED, fifteen bricklayer at new
Omaha shops at Sioux City, la.; plenty
of work. Ueorge J. Urant, contractor.
. B M736 n
For steam shovel work; alao a few drivers
' for wagon work. Hall Grading and Con
struction Co., Council Bluffs. B-MTDI 23
WANTED, men to learn barber trade; bet
proposition ever offered; more experience
In one month than shops in one year;
tools presented, wagea Saturdays, board
Included; write for catalogue today. Moler
Barber college, 1302 Douglas st.
B M817 23
COATMAKER; steady employment for
good nuin. C. lverson. Sac City, la.
, . B 112 20
.WANTED, boy to take citre of furnace and
COW. H76 IN. ZiitB Ave. il 114
630 S. 21st St.
B 115 22
WANTED, good haxnesamaker, steady employment.-J.
J. Rowley, Elliott, la,
. B-157 24
WOl lU exchange board or room rent for
nuiuung ana carpenter work. Adureaa i
M U, Bee.
Attention, Book Salesmen.
WE WANT first-class book salesmen for
the new memorial edition of the Warner
Library of the World's Best Literature:
you call on inquiries only; our system of
Hems and advance pronoun ion to sales
men secures you the most money offered
to book salesmen; call on us and we will
Interest you. American newspaper as-
snclatlon, 622-23-24, New. York Lite bldg.,
umani, xseo. aaiiix en
WANTED at once, registered drug clerk;
one tnat is capaoie oi taxing cnarge oi
store; must nave nrst-ciaaa references, ti.
a. Dunham, iiebron. icd. i misi zi
WANTED, active, educated men In central
western states; nira weeKiy salary or
aennlte time guaranty; give age, experi
ence, references. Dodd, Mead ec Co., Chi.
cago. - B M171 2
WANTED, first-class bookkeeper; one who
nas naa experience in nsnaung retail ao-
ferred; must be rapid and accurate: slate
references ana salary expeciea. Aaaress I
WANTED, for Iowa and Nebra-ka. a sales-
man on commission for a. poputar-prlced
line of trouae.rs; one with established
ffS.l- ttdnB'' Wtth " ."if PARTLY furnished rooms for light house
, ai M. nee,. - ws . I keeping; no children. 2580 Harney.
EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambert Type
writers. . Monroe 4c Co., 811 N. 18th St.,
,WAJITaU FEMALE HELP,
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 15th V Dodge.
WANTED, good wage .to a good cook;
none other need apply. ui Harney.
GIRL for general housework. 2u8 Pierce
street. . ' " , ' se
WANTED, working "housekeeper In family
of three adults. Address J 14, uee.
WANTED, a good girl fot general house
work; no washing, $3.Su per week. 1614
N. 24tb St. C D1
WANTE1-, a cook. Mrs. A. L. Retn. 3630
WANTED, girl for second work.
J. Rogers, 1UU Park Ave.
WANTED, a good girl for general house
work, family of three. 1S13 irt Bt.
. .. C-741
WANTED A girl tor second work. $510
WANTEl. Isjy. refilled, to fill permanent
Dosilioil. l- iwr wees, rfiri rni-, re
quired. M 39, Bee. C 829 25"
ANTK1, girl for general housework;
, good wages. Mrs. Simeral, 978 N. 2th
' Ave. C-lll
A WEEK, to good servant for general
nousewora. nirner st. v aiiiv
YOUNG GIRL to assist at general house
work. 121 b. xotn st. c Jtia
WANTED, er educated German girl, who
could Instruct small cniuiren in uerman
and who could assist in upstairs work.
Inquire 0orge bchroeder, care Boston
sture omce. c u
WANTED, experienced girl for general
housework, three In family. 123 Morth
Twenty-tlrst avenue. i C 161
FOR RENT HOI'S BS.
Bemls. Paxton block.
ro MOVE rlabt get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; office. lSllVi Varnam, orsTeis. 1559-S-4.
rHOOM modern detached house. Inquire
.43 Capitol Ave. . D MUii
linl ICCC in all parts of city. The O.
IlUUOUs) F. Davis Co., u8 Bee Bldg.
VANd and baggage wagons.
HAGGARD Van 4k Storage Co.
UOUSES snd flsta. Rlugwalt. Barker block.
fell N. B4TH ST.. South Omaha, a nice 8-
roora cottage. William K. Potter. Re
ceiver. s.4 Brown block. D 68
9-ROOM. modern, good repair, on So. KM
avi. f none . if
EE PAYNE. BOSTWICK & CO. for choice
bttuaes. eui-j r. i. uit mug. in. ii
rnR RF.NT 8-room houae. furnished, all
modern, nice iawa, front and baik. large
shade trees. Call at mo unio oi.
Lsnriw hniisa. all modern. In fine repair.
2HI blierman Ave.. A.is U. E. Tuiklng.
Um. Sua Be) D-AUJ
FOR BET-HOI SF.S.
HOUSES, a. O. Wallace, Brown Bin k.
1317 POITH 31bT atreet. 7 room. e".
FOR RENT, l-romri, all modern house
near hlah school, choice location; reduced
rent through winter; aiso t-ronra cottage,
clear Inside. Inquire at io7 N. Y. lAta
building. D SH 22
DESIRABLE ln-room house., almost new,
modern In every particular, eaat front,
full lot, paved atreet, convenient to atreet
HOWARD KENNEDY A RON.
29 Elm National Bank Building.
Xf,: HARNEY ST., 9-room. all modern
houae, newly decorated Inside and out.
tM per month. The Byron Keed Co.
MODERN 7-room houae, good repair. In8
Javcnworth. D M1000 25
FOR RENT, three -room housea, with
water, gas and aewer; lust been placed
In tint-clasa repair; all In good location:
close to atreet car and aphonia; tin to U
each. C. M. Bachmann, 436 and 43 Paxton
block. D f6
$212701 Woolworth, S rooma, modern, fur
nace. 830 22 8. 3oth. 7 rooma, modern, furnace.
$.5 2626 Capitol ave., 8 rooma, modern, fur
nace. 17 1204 Hamilton at.. 6 rooma. city water.
We have others. Call and get Hat.
R. C. PETER8 CO..
Ground Floor, Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT, houae, furnished. Inquire B2I
N. ZUth st DW9 12
ERY desirable 7-reom modern cottage. F,
It. Brown. Tel. B-2424. 118 22
s-ROOM cottage. ZAi Rees street. Inquire
Clyde C 4'jrHRIad, care county court.
D 110 B
t-room cottage, 1014 8. 23th St., city water.
good repair. D 111 2zm
I 6-ROOM HOUSE, 82 8. 2Jd street.
D M12& 27
COTTAGE of 7 rooms, gas. water, sew-er.
211 Charles Bt., 16.0. W. II. tJatea. 817
K. Y. JJfe. D 137 23
AND 1-rooro cottages. Apply 2223 Burt Kt
u 13 a"
FOR RENT, 7-room modern house, nice
neighborhood, close in: winter's sunnly
of hard coal In cellar. Parties will retain
two eooma In exchange for coal, or will
sell same cheap. Address kf 64, Bee.
6-K; COTTAGE, own yard.
838 So. 21st St.
I 180 23
12-room modern house and barn, 2117 Web
ster SI .' -io
-room modern house. 2?48 N. 19th st.....
9-room modern house, 42a N. 8)tth st 25
8-room modern house, 8153 Farnam St..... 25
lu-room modern house and barn, 2210 Pop-
pieion ave u
l-room modern houae and barn, 2438 8.
B RE N "'a'n'-LO V E cb!,"3uiB." 13th' St."
FOR RENT FVRM9HED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel. Uth and Farnam.
$1 PER WEEK 43 So. 18th Bt, one block
soutn oi court nouse. tsvz
AETNA HOU8E. European, 13th and Dodge
TWO nice, cool, rumlshea or unfurnished
rooms. 2504 Davenport.
ROYAL. HOTEL, European, 16th 4b Chicago
NICELY furnished rooms, single or en-
suite; rates reasonable. .Midland Hotel,
1Mb and Chicago. . E 928
HANDSOME steadheated room. 1908 Capi
tol Ave. m Mil
FOR RENT, to gentleman, large, well fur
nished front room, witn alcove, steam
heat. gas. bath. teleDhone. central, rea
sonable. 1823 Douglas. - E 31
220 N. 17TH 81., neat steamheated rooms.
. IS M3K7 N
WELL furnished, steamheated rooma.
single or ensulte, with or without boareV
Midland hotel, 18th and Chicago Sts.
STEAMHEATED rooma, $10 per month.
eariter noiei, uia ana Jones ttts.
T"?. woml' nnt housekeeping U128e.
Cjaoi r rji i ruum, near para, electric
iignt, cioset, neat. lei. A-iiit.
- D WKAD. 1&24 Doualas SL ' R-158 4
R M174 25
riRMIHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
MERRIAM, comfortable winter home. Tel 85
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board, rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
loi n ana cnicago. r wo
THREE rooms, 62S So. 19tb St.; furnace.
F 34 4'
fLEASANT ROOm; modern conveniences;
centrally located; a'entletpen preterrea.
1024 California. F M124 Z7
FOR RENT lNFt'RI8HED ROOMS.
THREE large rooms, being one entire floor,
modern, pries, neatea. us a. atn.
u M1J1 Z3
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT, store. In first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply H. c Peters ac
Co.. ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1268
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu-
fnea oy tne nee at si rarnam Bt. it
as four stories and a basement which
was formerly used as The Bee press room.
, This will be rented very reasonably. If
llirrrsiiru mwjr ai umr ,u v . ifw-
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
DESK room, cheap. 307 Brown blk.
HALLS FOR RENT.
CREIGHTOKf hall and Schllta Roof garden
for Dan., oanqueu,. cara parties, smokers.
meetings, conventions, etc. Both halls
are Alia largest In the city, have large
dressing rooms and boxes fur cloaks, hats
and coats: will rent reasonably. Apply
to Wm. R. Morand, Managur Crelghion
ball. 'Phone rx. t 430 NT
WANTED, canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
8tesdy employment, with assured good In
come. Agents in tne country witn norse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily 60 to $100 per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, umana. Z1J
HIGH GRADE AGENT WANTED
We want a tlrst-rlass man In each county
to sell our btanoard block Food to farm
era. He must have a good team, good
buslneas ability, soma knowledge of live
stovk. be In good standing In every way
and a steady worker. A pvnaanetit. good
paying business to tne rignt man. Ad
drrss. giving age, experience, present
THE F. E. SANBORN COMPANY. Omaha,
Neb. j iio rsii
HOLLAND SHOE PRESERVATIVE.
feAVE MONEY BY SAVING YOUR SHOES
donatio. Dnoe rxeservaiive main your
shoes wear indefinitely. Absolutely guar
anteed to add two to three years' wear to
your shoes, price, as cents. Agents
HOLLAND 8HOE CO..
3u$ Karbacn Blk., Omaha, Neb.
J 864 22
l,tt AGENTS WANTED to sell desirable
old-une insuram- tor tne largest com
pany in the world of Its age; ne special
contract fakirs or leg pullers need apply.
We hell the best contract ever written;
aood territory and commissions given to
f ood, reliable men. Call on or write to
orgs J. Crane. Superintendent Western
Department. $19 First Nat L Bank bldg.,
Omaha. Neb J-MI21 12"
12k FAMILIES. Mlat Hlurdy. 2-) Harney.
w . nnv-To RF.NT.
TWO or three pleaaant room for light
housekeeping; use of bath; no children.
Address M ft. Bee. K 11 2S
WANTED, to rent, farm In eatern N'e
. braaka or western Iowa. McA-lan. Brisirs,
Neb. K MM7
FOR SAI.F rrR!ITl RE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2"'J). New and secondhand, bought, sold.
FOR SALK HORSES, WAGOXS, KTC.
HARRY FROST paints and repairs wagons.
Bee him. 14th and Leavenworth. Tel. 1M7.
BEVERAI, good work horses, cheap. Stub-
en's barn. 71b 8. 16th. P-7S7 22
FOR SALE, roan pony perfectly sound and
gentle, for driving or riding: alao gov
erness cart, Brewster make, original cost
$150; will sell pony snd cart for US. In
quire A. l. Brajideia, care Boston store.
FOR SALE MIC ELI, ASEOI B.
FENCK UTH for quick shipment, crib
bing, combination ladders. ial Douglas.
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to any
other musical inntrunient, to up. The
Wittmann Co., ltKl Farnam. Q838
vrilSHV nhnnnrraiha. 110. t and $30:
moulded records, 6w each or $5 per dos.;
new wheeis. l.i up; 2dhand, $5 up. Oman
Bicycle Co., Ittth and Chicago 8ts.
NEW and secondhand typewriters. 1111
Farnam. Q 837
im BTVi.rq Irnun: cataloaue free. Sher
man McConnell Drug Co., Kith and
Dodge, Omaha. W
ZDHAND tufe cheap.
Derigbt, 111S Farnam.
INDIAN goods and relics. Ill Farnam.
FOR SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican
hairlcsa tings. Address K o. Bee.
OFFICE partition, glass pane. Phone 2181.
Q M36i N4
tnttque oak wardrobe
Inquire 2104 Maple. -
CHOICE milch cows, 5 Shetland ponlei. 8
i. campricii, 4213 center, pnone niacti
1123. Q 784
FOR SALE, steam automobile; first-class
condition. Address Editor Telegraph, At
lantic, Iowa. j M148 24
FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1814 Cass SL
MME GYLMER, genulhe palmist. 315 S. 1$.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. IS, 2d floor, R 2.
T it5 t
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th. R. 7.
a. awso nit
GRACE O BRYAN of Ky., 720 8. 13th.
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous nail removeu oy electricity, u. u,
Frenxer block. U 881
VIAVI. Woman's way to health. Home
treatment. Booklet tree. 848 Bee Btag.,
Omaha. V 84,
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., lt23 Douglas.
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladies before
and during confinement. Dr. and Mrs.
Gerlsch, 4oi N. loth St., Omaha. l
830 RUPTURE CURED FOR $30-No knife.
no pain, no aeteiiiion irom Dusiness, nena
for booklet, etc. EMPIRE RLPTLKE
CURE CO.. 932 N. I. Life Bldg., Qmaha.
. . U tail
DR. JACKSON, 1505 FARNAM ST.
OMAHA DYE WORKS, . 1515 Howard, the
fashionable cleaners of ladles' and gentle
men's dresses and ..suit a, lace curtaltut.
arapenes. u JUiao ii
TELEPHONE 780 for U M. E. messengers.
SURE cure for excessive perspiration and
all disorders of the feet; stamp for par
ticulars.. A, Mayer, 618 Bee Bldg.. Omaha,
c 3i r.6
LEARN chiropody, manicure, special mas
sage, ncnooi oi Hygiene, 618 Wee Jildg. .
ELITE PARLORS. 815 S. 16th St., 2d floor.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, 2d floor. R. t
u jusia rsir
A WIDOW lady, with some property, de
sires to correspond with a gentleman of
means and position, object matrimony;
strictly legitimate; no trlflers; western
gentleman preferred. Mrs. A. B. Redneld.
22d St. Station, Chicago, III. U M149 24
PRIVATE hospital before and durlna- con
finement; babies boarded and adopted.
airs, uaraeis, o Leae. Tel. red ism.
PRIVATE hospital for ladies before and
during connnement; nest medical atten
tion; babies adopted. 1107 N. 19th st. Mrs.
flsner. U M182 N22
.. , . ,
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4', PER CENT on business property.
e per cent on resiaence property.
Options to pay m hole or part any time. '
. W. B.. ME1KLE. 401 & 15TU ST. .
MONET to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Brenuan-Love Co.. 8. 13th.
4 TO 6 P. C. Money. Bemls, Paxton Blk.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. II.
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. T1. IMS.
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros , ij4
rarnam. w 9t3
PRIVATE money. P. D. Wead, 1524 DougUs.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Bmitn fc Co., 1320 Farnam atreet
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrama. K. c. 1'elars ft Co., 17U3
r arnam Bt., nee ciiag. W 9ti4
WANTED $5,000 loan on flrst-class real es
tate secunty. inquire iillxt at Lovgren.
room wo-1 x-aaiuu uioca. vv a412e
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WW FN voii And It necessarv to borrow
give us a trial, after which we will, by
lair ircaiuivm, iicui' iu retain your I
patronage. ve loan irom 810 up oa fur
niture, pianos, live stock, etc We also
wake loans to
without mortgage or endorser. We do
not deduct lutere.i In advance; we charge
nothing for making or hdng papers and
our service la quicg. ana connaential. V
always try to please our patrons.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295
(Established ltttZ.J South Uth Bt
I , ft I M II t M M M I II 1 1 1 II I f I II 1
DO YOU NE1CD MONEY?
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE AND SALARIES.
110 to 8) loaned on FURNITURE,
PIANOS. ETC., and to salaried people
at very lowest rates and for any length
uf time, without publicity or removing
the property. Payments can be made
to salt your couveuisnce.
Call and get our terms before going
RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY.
Room 8u3. Third Fluur, Paxion Block.
Chattel and Salary Loans.
PHOENIX CRKD1T CO.,
Successor to J. W. Tayloe.
TsL 74s. 3 featuo Block
MOIKY TO LO AS CHATTELS.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN IXJANB TO
SALARIED FEOFLK, merchants, team
sters, boanllng nouses, etc., without se
curity; raatet term; 40 ofncea In prin
cipal cities. Tolinan, 440 Board of Trade
MONEY loaned on planoa, furniture, Jew
elry, norsee, cowa, etc. c. r . Reed, is m. li.
KONKY ioanel on furniture, live stock.
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley lon
Co., 8uc. to Durt Green, k Barker block.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; bualneaa conndentlai; lowest rates.
lli Paxton block. The J. A. Ilutton Oo.
TO GET. In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, McCague building.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your hurtnens or property quick see j.
H. Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life. Y-M9S9
FOR SALE, drug store, best and most
promlnt-nt corner In Lead, metropolis of
the Black Hills: opposite two depot-.,
bank, hotel and postotflce; established six
yeBi-s; complete In every detail; full
prices; no old stock; dally canh receipts
$30. Address M 61. Bee. Y Mlu6 26
HOTEL furniture, 20 rooms, good country
town, good business; $700. J. 11. Johnaon,
. x. Life. X Mn
WANT to buy. sell or trade a business?
Oo see Wilson, Warnes A Co.. 417 to 419
I'axton Block. x u
WANTED Twenty men. wlih $. to $500
eacn to put into a glit-eogea investment.
. M bZ, Bee. i-MuS Z'
WANTED, twenty men, with $50 to $500
eacn, to put Into a giiteaged investment.
M 02, wee. i ia-
$1 EARNS $.25 A DAY.
Particulars sent free. U. S. CO-OPERA
TIVE INVESTMENT CO., M3 6th Av.,
New York. Y M1J1 23
WANTED, a man with good business
sblllty a.-id 11. In cash to Invest In a
manufacturing business already In opera
tion; will stand investigation; no trltlers i
need apply. Address M W, Bee.
X M154 24"
A GOOD business opportunity, worth $2,000
a year to a man of force and fair educa
tion; permanent, profitable, desirable; no
capital required. Address John G. Binder,
Des Moines, la., genoral delivery.
1 llt4 ss
CAPITAL SECURED to promote Industrial,
trict ii iiy-ii, iiitHiuint tui nig nuu iiiiiiiiik trii
terprlses. Willis Todd, 625 N. Y. Life
bldg., Omaha. Y M165 23
FOR BALE, confectionery and bakery; good
location, for rurtner information address
Box 877, West Point, Neb. Y MlOti 2K
The plant, machinery, stock and fix Hi res of
tne ideal floating to., l.iiu Hownra St.
Inuulre of F. A. Mulilniier. trustee. 612
New York Life bldg. Y M17 25"
EXCHANGE for farm land general mer-
chandlae. invoice ss.ooo. uvery tor lana.
Implement business for land. First-class
millinery part land. T. M. Cline. 123 O St.,
Lincoln, Nell. Z MH84 2
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
RANCH and fatm lands for sale by the
Union Facinc Railroad company, a. A.
McAllester, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
CALIFORNIA Mutual Iand Company, 240
Montgomery St.. Ban rancisco. cai.. sen
tn, twenty, thirty acres or larger tracts
or cnoice lana on installment payments.
Write for full particulars. REM7Z3 24
KELSEY'S, wall papert 17th and Douglas.
rnone iwue. rtc Hid
HOUSES, lota, farms, ranches, loans; also
nre Insurance. Bemls, Paxton block.
8EE PAYNE. BOSTWICK & CO. for choice
bargains. 801 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. loin.
-r RE 974 -
rHARLES E.. 1203
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The o. t-.
Davis Co., Room 652, Bee Bldg.
HARRISON ft MORTON. FARMS NEAR
OMAIIA-9C9 a;res 23 tulles out, all level.
Improved, $45 per acre; 800, 36 miles out.
til level. Improved, $ per acre; 140, 6 1
miles of So. Omaha, $100 per acre, im
proved, on paved road. HARRISON ft
MORTON, OMAHA. RE MS08
HARRISON & MORTON, FARMS.
RE S2S N17
DOWN TOWN HOUSES.
TUKEY & SON .
Will offer on Monday 4 houses one block
north of Cuming on Michigan Ave., be
tween 23d and 24th Sts., at the following
remarxaoiy low prices:
2306 Michigan Ave., 7 rooms. 2 stories.
sewer and water, lor $1,750
2308 Michigan Ave., $ rooma. aewer and
water, for t 1,450
2318 Michigan Ave., rooms, sewer and
water, for 1,450
2S12 Michigan Ave., 6 rooms cor. 24th
sewer and water, for I.60O
Ample grounds around eacn house and tine
shade trees. All sojtn ironta. Hn lul
takes all paid. Streets on three sides all
These houses must be sold and we are cu
ing TO maae terms ana prices so low that
aulck sales will De made.
Don't bother the people In the houses unless
you mean Dusiness.
A P. TITKKY AVn Onv
444-445 Board of" Trade.
DO YOU WANT
TO SELL A FARM?
If yon want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
the farriers and stockralsers about It. The
best way to reach tbem Is through
This agricultural weekly goes to $5,000
homes of farmer and stockraisera, so if
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you ought to find a buyer
among them. The coat of as ad Is small
I ceats per word.
JHE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
GREAT BARGAIN Fine lot near 33d and
Farnam for only 11,875. Hicks, Board of
Trade. - RE Mlti3 23
MUST BE SOLD BEFORE NOV. I.
81,200.00 6-room cottsge, built only one year
ago, gooa as new, 111 spienaia repair, gas, I
1 ftX, -"nlee.rr WJKS: .cC? .'nTs'torl's!
neatest home In the city for the money
and absolutely must be sold by November
ll. A BAHOAIN.
SHIMER & CHASE,
MODERN COTTAGES. REAL ESTATE,
HOLBL3 1 L ntrtl',
804 Bee Building. Tel 1441
DO YOU WANT
A real bargain In a nice borne? We have
It right here e rooms, lot vxm, price
K&Ou: or 6 rooms, lot 74xt4. price 83.uuo.
both houses well built. In hue repair, good
neighborhood and paved streets, with sli
specials paid. They are to be sold. If
vou want one come early. One-third cash,
r sialic 8 years. 6 per cent.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Main Flwur Ns Vurk Life Building
FOR l.-.-rtK4l, ESTATF..
I WILt, offer lot corner of 2Sih and Iecn
tur St.. ml f'et. for a f"w days at a
bargain. Inquire ir D"dge Ft.
S-R. COTTAGE, with pore, bath, hot and
cold wnNr and burn, 1 Work off Farnam
car. I2.IV; $.!""' CHdh, balance monthly.
8-r. houae, built by Judge Gregory, hot
water heat, price to. rcu. Want offtr. $.j
eaah, balance very imv; HuW vacant
F. D. WE AD. 1524 Kouglaa. RE 169 24
SIIORTIIAM1 AM) TlIUWRITIn.
GREGO S. H.. Touch T. W., Bua. Branches.
Teleg. Cat. free. Om. Com. Col., 17 & Doug.
A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N.
BOYI.E8 college court reporter principal,
N. Y. Life. -T
NEB. Business 4: Shorthand College, Bovd's
When You Write
remember It only takes sn extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention tne tact tnai
you saw the ad In The Bee.
LADIES' Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Pills are the best; safe; reliable. Take no
other. Send c, stamps, tor particulars.
"Relief for Ladles'' In letter by return
mall. Ask your drugglat. Chichester
Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Fa. .
OM AHA C OLLEGE OF Ml SIC.
OMAHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC and FINE
ARTS. faculty, twenty-two touchers.
Terms and prospectus, F. H. Wright,
Ramge Bldg. 773 Oil
SINGERS, First Presbyterian choir. Ap
ply t . 11. Wright. 315 ltamge mug. m hi
WHY pay moreT Lambert. $25; superior
to 8100 macnin?. pent on approval, mon-
roe Co.. Ml N. 16th St., Oinnha 131
MORAND S Dancing School. 15th and Har
ney. Children beBinners, Wednesday, :ia
p. m. and Saturday, 10 a. m. ; 20 lessons,
-J10; set ton, October to May. $-0, advance;
12 leysons. $6; season, tl-; adultu, Tuesday
and Friday, S p. m.; 12 lessons, ladies. j;
ger.tlemen, $6. High school class meets In
Mrtle hall, sea-ion October to May, $lo.
Assemblies every Wednesday. 'Phone 10J2.
L08T. lady's gold watch, diamond setting;
liberal reward. rotlty uee omce.
Lost M153 24
P. MELCHIOR, 13th and Howard, ma
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty of tire escape, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Andrcen, Prop., Iu2 S. loth bt.
GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, o-teopaths.
Suite 515 14. Y. Life lildtf. It I. lfttrt.
Mrs. Grace Tlsdale Deegan. 638 Bee Bldg.
Tel. !!. Si
EXPERT ACCOl NTANT.
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.;
G. K. Rathbun, Room la. Com l Nat l nan it.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices, fail
Is. lbui. lei. in. -im
EAGLE I.oan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; ali oublneaa conndentiul. 1JU1 uougias.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
V. H. Phllbin, 1506 Farnam-. 'Phone 784.
THINKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717.
606 8. l'irh.
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 7S0.
STAMMERING AND STl'TTERIMG.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
GRAND Electric Co., 16 Sc. Jackson. Tel. 2M6.
HATS dyed, blocked, latest styles. Raraser
A Kerr, 207 is. l.tn, near capnoi Ave.
BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender
son, tel. IZjS, liiltf Barnaul bt., omana.
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled Joe iousen, 1U luium et.
GOLD, silver and nickel plating. Omaha
Plating Co.. Bee Hldg. tel. a. 6i
ELECTRIC A UTOMOBILE8. Deright, 111
rarnam street. sal
OM. Van Stor. Co.. 1511Vi Fam. Tela. 15o9-86S.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars.
2c; cuff i, 4c. Lao Leavenworth. lti.A-i.ii.
LAW AND COLLECTION'S.
BTILLMAN & PRICE, 23 U. 8. N'l Bk. Bid.
IDEAL PLEATING CO.. lild Howard.
OMAHA Hay Balo Tis Co., 811 North lth.
Fl it DRESSING.
O. R- GILBERT CO., tsnners, 1424 8. -13th.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. bll a. 12th.
CAPT. THOS. OQRM.CK private detec
ov. 817 Ki bach block. Tel. A2!2.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
I ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly aiitrnaea to. i- uiuiuret,
Bltn Mllll UIKl 1 c 1 -
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested.
s changes may occur at any time.)
Wort-Un malls fcr the wek ending Oc
tober 25. 1'2. .will close (PROMPTLY i:i
ull ,.mi ,l the irenerat f-osiomce as lot-
lows: PARCELS poriT MAILS close one
lour earlier than closing time shown Wow
Parcels ioal uialla for Germany close at
6 p. ni. Mui.tlay and Wednusday.
Regula and Supplementary malts closs
rusrnini k, miikk.
at Foreign Station half nnur later than I
closing time eh.iwn uelow n xcept lliat Sup-
plrnientary Mans for Ktirope and ttn'MI I
America, via v oitn, cioe otic nour later ai i
Foreign station!. i
,. IT:?- .
, ...... I
TIH'P.SDAY At -3 a. m for EI K'TK.
per s. s. CnltimMii. la Pl irt,"tit h . t'h'T
hintrR Mild Humour nnail for France.
KaltxerlaiKl. lMl. llln. iVrttigal. Tur
in v, Kn.i'l. tlri-ecc. I'.ritifli India and
l,nrenr' M ihihci must lx- direct. Ml " er
s. s. t'.'lumblM '. at 7 h. m. for FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN. FORT
I'dAU Tl I'.KEY. EGYPT. GKEKCK,
BRITISH INDIA and U'HKX.U MR
Ol. i;iC. or s. s. I a Touralne. via Havre
tmail for o'htr parts of F.urope must !
dirc:t'd "M i s. . I. a Tmirf1!""!; at
a ni. for ITALY direct, pi-r s. s. Cltta li
Napoll tinHil must Ih directed "per s. s.
Cilia dl Nr.pnU"l.
SATI RDAY At 7.3i a. m. lor NETHER
LANDS dKec t. per s. . Rynd un (mail
must bo directed "per s. Ryndam ");
at 8 a. m. for REIjOII'M direct. jer s. s.
Zeciand tmall must be directed "per s. s.
.eeland": at S:3 a. m. (supplementary
10 a. m.) for I'l'ROPE. i r s. s. Lucaiil.i,
via Queenstcwn; at 9:0 u. nt. for SCOT
LAND direct, per s. s. Furnesnta (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Furnerala").
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
tdkea Printed Matier, Commercial Papers
and Samples for Germany only. The same
class of mall matter for oilier nnrts of
Europe will not lie sent by this ship
After the closing of the Supplementary
ui iru iuvl nit, unmru J , tic.
Transatlantic Malls Hitmen alcove, ad-
dltional Supplenientsry Mails are opened
on tne piers 01 tnr American, r.ngitsn.
French and German ste.-tmers, and remal:i
open until within Ten Minutes of the
hjur of '.ailing of steamer.
Malls for Snath and Central America,
West ladles. Etc.
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA. YUCA
TAN, CAMPECHE, TABASCO and CHI
APAS, pci s. s. Havana tmall for other
narts of Mexico mnt be directed "per
s. s. Havana"); at 12 in. tsupplrmentury
12:30 p. m.) for BAHAMAS and SANTI
AGO, per s. s. Yuratnn.
FRIDAY At 12 m. for MEXICO, per s. s.
Matanras. via Tamiilco tmall mut be di
rected "per s. . Matanxas"); at 12:30
S. m. tor iMAutA ana iiviii, per s. s.
SATURDAY At 8 a. in. for BERMUDA.
per s. s. Pretoria; at 9 a. m. for PORTO
RICO. Dor s. s. Coamo; at 0 a. m. (sup
plementary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and
ENEZUELA, ?er s. s. Maracalbo (mail
for Snvanllla and Cartagena must be di
rected "per s s. Mur.icHibo"); at 9:30
n. m. (supplementary 10:30 n. m for
FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA. 8AVA-
NILLA, CARTAGENA and OP.KYTOWN,
per s. s. Alleghany (mail for Costa Rica
must be directed "per s. s. Alleghany");
at 10 a. m. for CUBA, prr s. s. Mexico,
via Hnvan: at 10 a. m. for GRENADA
and TRINIDAD, per 8. s. Maraval.
Malls for .Newfoundland by rail to North
Sydney, and tnence ny steamer clese
it this oltlce Cuily at 6:30 1. n.. ievn-
nectintf clote here every Monday,
Vednedw and Saturday!. .Mails for
Mlquelon, by rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, close at this office dally at
C:30 p m. Ma'ls for Culm by rail to Port
Tampa, Fla., and thence by steamer, close
at this otltce ially except Thursday at
r:3o a. m., (the connecting closes are
nmde on Mondays. Wednesdas and Sat
lirtlavs). Malls for Mexico City, over
land unless specially addressed for des-
oatch by sieanier, close at this irnce
dally except Sunday at 1:30 p. m., and
ll:;w p. m; nunuays at i:mi p. m. and
11:90 p. m. Mails for Costa Rica, Belize,
Puerto Cortex and letter mall for Guate
mala, by ra'l to New Orleans and thence
bv steamer, close at tins ntnrr- dai v
except Sunday at 1.. r. n. and 11 .AO
p. m.; Sundays at -1 :ou p. m. and '11:30
p. m. (connecting clo-s here Mondays
ut 11;30 p. m. for Bellxe, Puerlo Cortes
and letter mail for Guatemala and
Tuesdays at U:30 p. m. lor Costa Rica).
Registered mail closes at 6:00 p. m. pre
Mails for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
here dally at e:30 p. in. up to October
20tn, inclusive, for aespatcn per s. s.
Malls for Hawaii, China, .moan and first-
class matter for the Philippine Islands.
via San Francisco, close here dally at
at 6:30 d. m. tin to uctoner '2&tn. inclu
sive, for drsoatch nor s. s. America Maru.
Malls for the 1'hlllpplne Islands, via San
Francisco, clotc Here dally at 6:3V p. m.
tin to uctoner inn. inclusive, tor aes.
iiHtch tier IT. fl. Transmirt.
Mails for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via San rancisco, close nere oauy at 6:31
p. m. up to October 26tn, inclusive, foi
dosDatcn iH-r s. s. -MariDOsa.
Mails for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and icioria, a. c, ciose nere aauy at
8:30 n. m. ud to October "ZstR. Inclusive
for aespatcn per a. s. impress 01 japan.
(Registered man must oe specially ad-
dressed. Merchandise for "t . S. Postal
. Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
via la naoaj.
Mails for Australia, (except West Austra
lla. whlcn is forwarded via t.urope) isev
Zealand, Fiji, Samoa and Hawaii, via
SUn Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p,
m. after October llth and up to No-
vemoer "1st. Inclusive, or on arrival of
a. e. Campania, due at New York No-
vember lst.'for despatch per a. s. So-
Malls for Hawaii, Japan. China and first-
class matter for the Philippine Islands, via
Ban Franciaco. close nere oauy at b:j p.
m. ud to November "2l. inclusive. lor
dlsnatch Dor a s. Korea
Mails for Australia (except West Australia,
which goes via Europe, ana New .eaiann,
which goes via Han Francisco), and Fiji
Islands, via Vancouver and victoria, u
C. close here dally at C:30 p. m. after
November "1st and up to November 8th.
inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Mlowtra.1
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port of
salllna daily ana tne scneaui 01 closing
lb arranged on the presumption of their
unlnterrunted overland transit. Regis
creil mail closes at 6 p. m. previous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. postmaster.
Postofflce. New York, N. Y.. October 17, 1902.
PROPOSAIJ4 FOR BEEF AND MUTTON
-Offlce Chif CommisKary. Omaha, Neb.,
October 22. 1902. Sealed proposals, in trlpll-
cate. will be received here until 11 o'clock
m.. central standard time. November fi,
n nruL then nubllclv onened for furnish
ing such fresh beef nnd mutton as may be
required by the Subsistence Department.
I', a. Armv. at omana. iod. : rort trooa.
Neb.: Jefferson Barracks. Mo.; Forts Leav
enworth. Kan.; Log-an 11. Roots, Ark.; Mo-
hrara. Neb : Reno. O. T.2 Riley. Kan.;
Robinson. Nab., and Hill. O. T.. during six
months coinmoni-lng January 1. Jii3. Pro
posals will aho be recerved until 10 o'clock
a. m. , mountain sianuaro time, at ron
Robinson, m.d until 11 o'clock a. m.. central
standard time at Jefferson Barracks, Forte
Iavenworth. Logan 11. Roots, Niobrara,
Reno. Riley and Sill and opened at posts by
respective commissaries, each receiving pro
posals tor nu own post oniy. proposals
will also be received stating price at which
bidder will deliver fresh beef or mutton of
temperature not greater than bo degrees
Fahrenheit. Information furnitshed on ap
plication here or to commissary at post
authorixed to open proposals. U. 8. reserves
thi light to reject uny or all proposals or
any part thereof. Envelopes should be
marked Proposals for Fresh Beef and
Mutton, and addressed to undersigned or
Commifsarv at post authorixed to receive
proposals. W. H. BEAN. Commissary, Chief
Commissary. tfld 22 23 21 N20 21
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
I Omaha. Neti.. October 21. ISCtt. Sealed pro-
Dnsals. in triplicate, will be received here
and at the offices of Quartermasters at sta
tions named, until 10 a. m.. central time.
November 21, 12, and then opened, for
furnishing wood and bituminous coal at
Fort Niobrara, M-n., and Fort Reno. Okl.
Proposals for delivery at other points will
be entertained. V. 8. reserves right to re
ject or accept any or all proposals, or any
part thereof. Information furnished on ap
plication here, or to Quartermasters at sta
tions named. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked "Proposals for
," and addressed to undersigned or
Quartermasters as stated above. JNO. W.
PULLMAN. Chief J. M
Ota Zi ZI 31 27 NI 19
D4ILWAV TIME TABLE.
INIOH STATION IOTH AND MARC'Y.
Chicago, Bock Islaad A PaelSc.
Chicago Davlisht L't'd.a 8:o0 am a 6:45 am
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:"0 am a 9:35 pm
Chicago Lsprtb mi:iaam a 8: pm
!.. If ,,l n-a 1 I A b J tint ttl 1 - so Am
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:06 pm a 1:23 pm
Rocky Mountain L't'd . .a 6:50 am a 4:55 am
Lincoln, Colo, dprtngs.
Denver. Pueblu and
West a 1:30 pm a 5:43 pm
Colo.. Texas. CaL and
Oklahoma Flyer a 1:30 pm a 12:40 pm
a 7:20 am a 1:10 pm
ChtcaKo. ill II Ilea polls A
Kt. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm a 8:05 am
Minneapolis Sc bt. Paul
Kinross b 7:20 am. bl&:35 pm
I Chlctgu Exprt.i wlu.35 pm
lll.MAI TDIK 4 AMD Coallnaril.
Meaga Jk nrth wratern.
'The Northwestern Une."
p.t fi Chicago
..a . am iWmn
j jical' Sioux ClVv!.'.'
''Ul.t St Paul..
a 7:io pm a am
.a I P) am a 3 5 pm
a 7 X5 am
a 10: pm
a 8:10 pm
a 4: pm
a 9 30 nm
a 8 :15 am
a 2 40 pm
.al0 5s am
.a 4:iN pm
.a 4:55 pm
.a lo pm
.a 7:6s pm
I Jmlt- il Chicago ....
Ka-t ft. I'atil
Fast M.ll ,
IxK-al Ploux City
Si. Louis Express...
K. C. & 81. 1 Ex...
I nloii I'arlfle.
Overlatvl Limited ...
The Fast Mall
California Express .
b 4:00 pm b 9.50 am
..al0:am 4 S pm
. .alo.M pm a $:1 am
..a 9 40 am a 7 " pm
..a 8:50 am a J 25 pm
..a 4.25 pm
'n (lie Express
The Atlantic Kxnrexs.
a :. pm
a 7 am
The Colorado Special. ..a i;io am a :" "t"
Chicago Hpeclal a 8:4 am
Lincoln. Beatrice and
Ptromsburg Ex b 4 05 pm b'.J BO pm
Grand island 1acsI b 6:30 pm b 9.3o pm
St. louls "Canon Ball"
Express a 8:5$ pm a 8:20 am
St. Louis Local. Coun-
ell Bluffs a 9:1$ am al0:30 pm
( hlcnao, MllvranWee A St. Pawl.
Chicago Omaha Ex..b7:40am b $:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex a 8:00 pm a 7:60 am
I Bt ltl.IGTO STATION IOTM M SO?l
Chicago, Barllnsttoa A talnev.
C hlcaao Snfcial a 7:00 am a 4:"T pin
Chicago Vestlhuled Ex. a 4 "0 pm 7 so am
Chicago Local a :;i am iiunpm
Chicago' Limited a 8:(6 pm a 7:30 am
Fast Mall a $:4a pm
Kansas City, St. Joseph toencll
Kansas City Pay F.x....a 9:30 am a 8:08 pm
Bt Louis Fiver a 8:10 pm all lS am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:30 pm a :1 am
Rnrllagton Mlssoarl River.
V'ymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln a 8:40 am bll:. am
Nebraska Express a 8:40 am a 7:4 pm
Denver Limited a 4:25 pra a 8:45 am
Black Hills nnd Puget
Hound Express all:10 pm a S:10 pm
Flyer a S:10 pin
Lincoln Fast Mall b 3.10 pm a 9:17 am
Fort Crook und Platts-
mouth b 8:2 pm bll:05 am
Bollovue & Paclflc Jet. a 7:80 pm a 8:27 am
Bellevue & Pacific Jet.. a 2:00 am
WEBSTER DEPOT 14TII WEBSTER
Chicago. St. Paul, Mlaaeapolls A
Twin City Passenger.... a 6:30 am a 9:00 pm
8:o'JX City Passenger.. .a iw pm ia: un
Emerson Local ..b 6:40 pm b 8:45 am
Fremont. Klkhorei A Mlssoarl
Black Hills. Deadwood,
Hot fi rings a a w pm a d.w pm
voming, Casper and
Dsuglas d 1:00 pm 5:00 pm
Hastings, York, David
1 lty, Mupenor.ueneva,
Exeter and (toward o i:uo pm o o:w pm
Norfolk. Lincoln and
Fremont b 7:30 am blO:2S am
Fremont Local e 7:80 am
Nebraska Tocal, Via
Weeping t ater D 4:10 pm gio:2a am
a Dailv. b Daily excent Sunday, e Sun
day only, d Dally except Saturday. Daily
Boston to Mediterranean
Boston to Liverpool.
. Portland to Liverpool.
If rou are contempwuua.
.J7 - .til mmd roa npon P-
"?y . . 1 k.t r
-The Medlrerranean -3
tocether with other 6crlptfTr aw'
advertlatRs; matter. Addrtrw.
HERMAN KOUNTZE FOR COUNCIL
Banker IVoald Take the QfJIes If
llauded to Ills oa Golsl
At the nieetlag of the Heal Estate ex
change yesterday several delegates to
the Christian church convention were pres
ent and after the regular program some of
,i,pm aDOke briefly. :
lnl.m ,po , r,en-
The principal business of the meeting
were the reports, of the committees ap-
. . 1. . ,M , . -
P",ulcu ""lu" " ' .TT
tne municipal assessment tor isiu. 1 no
committee Investigating the question of
the assessments as made by the tax com
missioner reported upon the assessments cf
certain property in the additions to 'the
city; the committee which conferred with
the mayor on the appointment of a board
nf r.i.a, -.M it,,, 1, ..a i
... - ,ol 1,..w
1 es iut avsr ui o nuu -u v vviuiui sbbs viu 1 wui'
m'"8 n,J lnat mM -
1 muiea to tue mayor, tnomaa jvupairiOK
BDd Charles D. Thompson by the Comqaer-
clal club committee and Harry D. Reed.
John L. McCague and W. T. Graham by
the Real Estate exchange committee. The
mayor promised to give the recommenda
tions due consideration.
Following these renorts an address was
I delivered hv Gurdnn W. Wattles. In which
.... . w.i. ' ,..
he called for greater business ability en
the part of city officers. He took occasion
to say that Herman Kountte had nrom-
Ised to serve as councilman from the First
ward In case he would be elected without a
Isaac E. Congdon followed Mr. Wattles
and In the courts of hit remarks took oc
casion to defend the proverbial "Omaha
mossback." He said the "moethacks" were
the men wbo made it possible for the town
to exist In an early day and they could not
be expected to show the vim and vigor to
day that they had then shown. He said
that Omaha It in better shape than It hat
ever been and that the outlook for all lines
of business la bright.
Short talks were then made by A. J. Kldd
and L. Day of Brazil, Ind., J. Murray Tay
lor of Louisville, Ky., and H. 8. Bnyder of
Kentucky, delegates to the Christian church
At the close of the meeting the president
announced that at the next meeting nomi
nations for officers of the exchange for the
coming term would be made and that the
I election would be held the succeeding week.
Prickly Ash Bitters cures disease of the
kidneys, cleanses and strengthens the liver,
ttomarb and bowels.
Aaaoaacesaeat ef the Theaters.
There is a "stunt" ou at the Orpheum
this week that is clearing up whale tot
of mystery that surrounds legerdemala asd
at the tame time furnishes a good hearty
laugh. Martini, the clever young; Illusion
lit, performs a number of good tricks so
deftly that to explain Just how they are
accomplished would be a loss, were It not
for hit partner Brannan, who exposes tbem
and convent their magie effect Into laugh
provoking situations. The bill as a whole
this week it giving good satisfaction and
it drawing a series of well Oiled houtet.
The engagement of the Amelia Bingham
special company ia announced at the Boyd
for Friday. Saturday matinee and eight.
and from tne many inquiries aireaay maae
st the box office there Is reaion to be 1 lave
that the engagement will be one of the
most noteworthy of the season. No dra
matic company organized ta recent years
presents greater capabilities for fine work
than does tb.ii organization, and so many
prominent actors in one bill lends an lai
portaace of unusual dimensions ta this p re
dact ion, "A Modern Magdalen." which will
be presented here has enjoyed unusual fa
vor la New York.
V I 1 111 X
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