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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1002
AfTerttseateBts for kri ttlllUM
will fee take aatll IS m. foe lao
tTtslif eJltlea mm aatll R SO a. sa.
toe noralu aad Saadar ealtloa.
Ira, 1 1-S a. war Bret lairrd,
la a ward thereafter. Sothlasj takea
far less thaa SBc far tk ftrat laser
tlaa. TkfM ndrrrtliraif saast ba
tiered rhffW, raa Itrr an were l
elreeaed ta a aaalrrrl letter la ears
t Tkt Bee. Aiiitin a llrrutl will
1 delivered oa araatalla ( tao
WASTED MALE HELP.
HUSTLING deputies wanted: men nr
women, srlend'd contract. The Garden
ari, 41 Bee Bldg. B 2T8
WANTED, fount man stenographer; give
references, sge and expectea salary. Ad
dress K 36, Bee. B M3U
WANTED, traveling man who visits the
large and amall towns, to sell retailers a
aelect assortment of dry roods for spring.
on commission. Brj-n Mawr Mills, Fhlie-
aeipma, ri, o t.u
WANTED, a hosiery and underwear Bales
man for atates of Nebraska and Iowa.
Box &2. Marlon. Ind. B-MSW
WANTED for V. B. armr. able-bodied un
married men betweeu ages of 21 and 35,
cltlaena of United Btates, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For tnfor
matlon apply to Recruiting Officers, liih
and lodge Bts., Omaha, and postofflce
building, uncoin, jeb. uum
GOOD messengers wanted; high salaries.
A- u. : i. to., iu bo. wtn Bt. a mih
The Hawks Nursery Company,
B M3T8 N
WANTED, competent stenographer; man
familiar with shipping business preferred
Address Li 67, Bee. B M4C2
WANTED, fifteen bricklayers at ne
Omaha shop at Sioux Ciiy, Ia.; plenty
ci work. Ueorge J. urant, contractor.
B M786 27
COATMAKER; steady employment for
food man. C. Iverson, Bac city, la.
WANTED, boy to take care of furnace and
cow. , r. 3tn Ave. a 114
WANTED, good harneaamaker, steady em
ployment. J. J. Rowley, fclllolt, la.
Attention, Book Salesmen.
WE WANT flrat-rlaaa hnnk aaleamen for
the new memorial edition of the Warner
Library of the World a Best Literature;
you rail oa Inquiries only; our system of
helps and advance proposition to sales
men secures yuu the moat money ottered
to book salesmen; call on us and we will
Interest you. American Newspaper As
sociation, 6-23-:4, New York Lite bldg..
umaua, iseb. a M172 2t
WANTED at once, registered drug clerk
one that la capable uf taking charge oi
a lore; must nave nrst-ciaea rererences. t.,
U. Dunham. Hebron, Neb. B Mlo7 27
WANTED, active, educated men In central
Western stale; fixed weekly salary or
definite time guaranty; give age, experi
ence, .reference. Load, Mead & Co., Chi
cago.- ii M171 2
WANTED Fifty men at once for factory
work. Liberal wagea. American Beet
Bugar Co.. Norfolk, Neb. B 177 X7
WANTED, at once, six mattress makers.
Apply Weatern. ilaltreea Co. Lincoln
. Neb. B-Mlii M
8TRAIQHT salary paid live salesmen, alao
aaveriierra; separate JODs; rcllnbie nouata.
vvnie -rnumpu uo., uanaa, rex.
riRST-CLASS carriage trimmer and a car
riaga blacksmith helper. A. J. Simpson
bon, im uoage. li 1
JTOUNO man to work around college for
tuition, any department. An opportunity.
Inquire Nebraska Business College, Boyd
1 beater. jmj -j
WANTED, young men to learn barber
trade; all advantages until competent.
without limit to time; ateady practloe
! expert instruction; splendta lacllltles
. established In 1KB3; hundreds of graduates
to recommend our system; call or write.
aloler Barber College, lauz Douglas at.
B M2W 30
WANTED Tou to write us If you hare
kidney troubles, and we will k t you know
ml about mir remedies, and It costs you
nothing until cured; absolute cure or we
forfeit xivo. mil Medical Co.. Omaha
Neb. - B MZA) 31
TRUSTWORTHY man to represent manu
facturer in part of Nebraska; 11 per
week and expenaea; salary paid each
week: expense money advanced: nelf-d
Creased envelope. bnjlUi, manufacturer,
aoe jearDorn, (.nicago. jt mu xar
.WANTED, reliable person each district to
menace buslnesa for old house: salary
lis weekly; expenaea advanced; permanent
. position; inclose sell-addressed envelope.
" aaanagcr, aw lulud oiog.. v.mcaxo.
WANTED, for Iowa and Nebraska, a aalea
man on commission for a popular-priced
line t trousera: one with eaiabllahed
' trade preferred. Addreaa, with reference
, and terma, M m, uee. ion
JEVERTWHERB. to sell Lambert Type
writers. Jtonroe at .o., ui xm. letn Bt..
Omaha. ' mi
WASTED FEMALay HELP.
V Glrla. Call Canadian office, 15th Dodge
WANTED, good wagea to a good cook
none other need apply, 2334 Harney.
GIRL for general housework,
WANTED, working hauae keeper in family
si tnree aauiia. AQuresa 4 it. nee
WANTED, a good girl foi general house.
work; no waaluug. 3 to par week. 1011
N. Zttb tL. . ' C 4ul
WANTEL a cook.
L Reeo. 1620
WANTED, girl for aecond work.
J. Rogers. UJO Cark Ave.
WANTED A girl for aecond work. 3510
Farnam si. C M7
WANTED, lady, refined, to fill permanent
position. III per week; references re
quired. M 33. Bee. Zb'
WANTED, rtrl for general housework
good wages. Mra. fiimeral, 7I N. 2th
Ave. C 113
35 A WEEK to rood servant for rener
ho use m or k. SH Harney St. ' C-Mll Zi
WANTED, experienced girl for general
housework, three In family. 123 North
Twciity-orst avenue. C Id
WANTKD, an ambitious woman over 26
demonstrator tor aeveral month: ier
manent positiou for the nht one; refer
eitcea reaulrea. AJareea m ei, nee
WANTED, girl for general housework.
per week. 143 N. ave. C Mlj 2
EXPERIENCED klrl for general houae
work. 3 In family, lira. George B. Lake
Bo: Dodge. 0 M183
WANTED A woman of good address
solicit advertisements; tH for flrt week
work: inert. in proportion to a bill t
Addreaa. M ei. Bee. C MO 2'
GIRL for housework; amall family. L. D.
Erlon. 2615 D at.. Su. Dmaha.
C M71 25
FOR REST OlE.
Bemla. Paxton block.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
e, i-ii r
irnaiu, or TeU.
8-ROOM modern detached bouse. Inquire
264 Capitol Ave. D-Ml
Uni ICCC in all parts of city. The O.
JIUUjLJ f. Davis Co., m. Bee Bltfg.
A c4 haggaga wagena.
TeU 11. .
FOR HE!T notES.
AGOARD Van 4 Storage Co.
HOUSES and flit.
Rlngwalt. Barker block.
'01 N. J4TI1 BT., South Omaha, a nice -
room co'tage. William K. fotter. rte
reiver, o3 Brown block. D 638
Ave. 'Fhone U.
on Bo. ft:d
gn WOOLWORTIt AVE , I rooms, modern,
IJ5; jn'7 et.ster, roomp, pain. i; ia
8. irMh. I room, modern, lis; others. Kin-
walt Bros . Barker blk. D-Mil a
BEE PATNE. BOSTWICK CO. for choice
bouses, 6V1-I xs. l. ure iiag. lei. um.
-ROOM house, U modern, In fine repair.
Ztn Sherman Ave., Ifi.W. t. a mrking-
ton, &a Bee Bldg. umi
HOUSES. O. Q. Wallace, Brown Bloc.
EW. strictly modern l-room dwelling, 118
N. 81st ave., 360. FJngwalt Bros., Barker
blk. D M1S 26
FOR r.EXT, 6-ronm house, furnished, all
modern, nice lawn, rront ana pack, targe
abade trees. Call at 2110 Ohio St.
DESIRABLE 10-room house, almost new,
modern in everv particular, east front.
full lot, paved street, convenient to street
HOWARD KENNEDY BON.
209 First National Bank Building.
ODERN 7-room house, good repair. Iftll
Leavenworth. D M1000 36
ROOM HOUSE, B2S 8. 23d street
SIX-ROOM cottage, own yard, m B. Hst St
13-room modern bouse and barn. 117 Web-
-room modern house. 2148 N. lth st 20
-room modern house, 4L'2 N. 3wth st 2a
6-room modern house. 31i3 Farnam st 25
10-room modern house and barn. 210 Pod-
pieton ave M
8-room modern house and barn. 2438 B.
ritti st zo
BRENNAN-LOVE CO.. 308 8. 13th Bt.
D M1G 29
$212701 Woolworth, 8 rooms, modern, fur
PS i8 8. 23d. 7 rooms, modern.
fc& 2626 Capitol ave., k rooms, modern, fur-
42(14 Hamilton st.. t rooms, city water,
We have others. Call and get list.
R. C. PETERS & CO.,
Grourd Floor, Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT One a-room house, with gas
water and newer. Just been placed in
nrst-claaa repair. In good location, c. M
Bachmann, 436-37 Faxton Block.
FIVE-ROOM cottage; 2S4 Rear atreet.
j io f-
6-R. COTTAGE, furnished, bath, etc., 325.00.
8-r. house. Kountze flace. sx.m.
F. D. W'EAD, 1524 Douglas St. D 158 26
AND 8-room cottages. Apply 2223 Burt fct.
u Mi4 m-
COMPLETELY furnlehed modern 7-room
house. 1626 Bpencer atreet, J30. Call 4,aS
North 24th 6t. D 2oi 3o
FIVE-ROOM cottage; good repair; 1812 Paul
a)t. inquire corner flat. LAiba
10-ROOM brick, furnace, gaa, bath, laundry,
not basement plan, zoui Capitol ave., ad
joining. UMilO -
tOR RJEXT FIRMSHJFJD HOOMI.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
1 PER WEEK 43 Bo. 18th Bt., one block
aoutb of court houae. n ?4
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge
TWO nice, cool, furnished or unfurnished
rooms, zoo uavenpori. bidu
ROYAL HOTEL European, 16th at Chicago
NICELY furnlehed rooms, single or en
suite; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
16th and Chicago. tnvm
HANDSOME ateadheated room.
FOR RENT, to gentleman, large, well fur
planed front room, witn aicove, steam
beat, gaa, bath, telephone, central, rea
aonable. 1623 Douglas. ti &uj
220 N. 17TH 8U, neat steamheated rooms.
... tiUMJ 16
WELL furnished, steamheated rooms
single or ensulte, with or without board.
Midland hotel, 16th ana Chicago bib.
BTEAMHEATKD rooms, 110 per month.
Barker hotel, 13th and Jones Bts.
THREE room, light housekeeping, 111! Bo.
11th Bt. 1S-M7M
EAST FRONT room, near
light, closet, heat. Tel. A
E 102 26
PARTLY furnlehed rooms for light house
keeping; no cnimren. ioaa Harney
E M174 25
FRONT ROOM; modern; 12 per week. 1717
v f oner. ao
FOR RENT Room In private family for
refined gentleman. 118 b. itn bt.
FOR RENT, to gentleman or married
couple, laree aoutn iront room or suite or
rooms; newly furnished modern. Includ
ing telephone. 2216 Douglaa St. E M214
FIBXIIHED ROOMS AKD BOARD.
MERRIAM, comfortable winter home. Tel 85
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board, rates reasouaoie. aniaiana norei,
16th and Chicago. F S30
THREE rooms, 626 Bo. ISth Bt; furnace.
PLEASANT ROOM; modern conveniences;
centrally localea; genuemen preierrea.
2u24 California. F M134 2J
FOR HIITU8TOHU1 AID OFFICES.
FOR KENT. Store. In fjrst-clasa location;
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Pttera &
Co.. ground floor. Be Bldg. 1368
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 816 Farnam St. It
Eaa four atoriea and a basement which
waa formerly used as The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reaaonably. If
interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
DESK room, cheap. 207 Brown blk.
HALLS FOR REST.
CREIGHTON hall and Bchllts Roof garden
for ball, banquet, card parlies, imntcra,
meetings, convention, etc. Both halla
are the laraeat In the city, have large
dressing rooms and boxes for cloaks, hats
and coals; will rent reasonably. Apply
to Wm R- Murand, Aiitnagar Orel r, 1014
halL 'Phone 103. M"
WANTED, canvaaalnc agents In every
county 10 solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment, with assured good In
mme. Aireiiia in the country with horse
and buggy especially deairee. Canvassers
make easily w to iiisi per moiun Ad
dress. Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, omana. u
1.000 AGENTS WANTED to aell desirable
old-Una Insurance for the largest com
pany In the world of Its age; no special
contract fakir a or leg puller need apply.
W Mil the beet contract ever written;
good territory and comniisatone given to
fooa, reuaoie men. iau 011 or wni 10
George J. Crane. Superintendent Weetern
liepartment. 31 First rai I. nana Diug.,
HIGH GRADE AGENT WANTED
Wi want a firat-claaa man in each county
to sell our Standard Stock Food to farm
er. He muat have a good team, good
buslne ability. Bora l.noevleage or live
Block, be in eood atandlna In aver way
and a steady worker. A peiuianent. good
paying bualness to lh right man. Ad
dresa, giving age. experience, present
THE F. E. SANBORN COiiPANT. OmiU,
TWO nr three pleasant rooms for light
housekeeping; use of bath; no children.
Addrws id 4a. Bee. K 11 2S
WANTED, to rent, farm In eastern Ne
braska or western Iowa. McAslan. Brlees,
Neb. K-MH? If
WANTED Room end board for married
lady and baby H'mbend traveling man.
iT fer prlate family. Must be nice place.
ill Pay xao p r month. AQdre??. M
Bee. K-Jf' 26
. FIRST-CLASP tenant wishes to rent an
elxht or nine-room house; eame muft
rrt-cla.a In every way and strictly mod
ern. Tenant will r' b'K rent for the
right kind of a house and will take a
three yeare' lease and pay each year a
rent In advance. Address, M 63, Bet
FOR SALE Fl RMTI RE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodfe. Tel.
V'20. New and aecondhand, bought, sold,
exchanged. O W3
FOB SALE HORF-S, WAGONS, ETC.
HARRY FROST paints and repairs wagons.
see mm. i4tn ana Juieavenworin. jei. mi.
TEAM, harness and wagon. R. I.. Jones,
leed barn, 2ttn and 1 tloutn uraana.
FOR BALE KJSCELLASEOVS.
FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib
bing, combination ladders, fui uougias.
FOR BALE, phonographs, superior to any
other musical iniirumeni, a up. mm
Wltlmanu Co.. lbil Farnam. Q SU6
EDISON phonographs, 110, 320 and 130;
moulded recorus, sue eacn or ; ptr uui. ;
new wheeis, ls up; 3dhaiiU, to up. Omaaa
Bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago Bis.
NEW and aecondhand typewriters, lllj
100 BTYLE8 trusses; catalogue free. Sher
man St MCVOnUtU VIU '", mu
Dodge, Omaha. Q Ma
it' HAND iife cheap. Derlgbt, 1111 Farnam.
INDIAN goods and relics. 111
FOR BALE, a pair of Imported Mexican
uairieaa aog. Auartas it. , ttee.
OFFICE parUUon, glasa pane. Phone 2161.
GOOD antique oak wardrobe for sale
cheap, lauire 2104 Maple. W ta6
CHOICE milch cows, 5 Shetland pan let. B
T. Campbell, 4213 Center, phone Black
FOR BALE, 4 Cocker Spaniel puppies. 2216
o. uouievara. w ul.ii
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1614
MME GTLMER, genuine palmist, 31i 6. 15.
MME. SMITH, hatha, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R t
X 00 Mo"
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th. R. T.
GRACE O BRYAN of Ky., 720 8. 13th.
x 13 rio-
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and auperDu
ous hau removed by electricity. K. U,
rrecxer biock. U 661
VIAV1. Woman's way to health. Home
treatment, booklet iree. Mb lee UiQ.,
Omaaa. U tHi
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Douglas.
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before
and during confinement. Dr. and Mra.
Uerlsch. 4aw N. lath St., Omaha. U Sjo
830 RUPTURE CURED FOR 330 No knife,
no pain, no oetentlon from bualness. Send
lor booklet, ate. EMPIRE KLTTUKi
CURE CO.. 832 -N. Y. Lite Bldg.. Omaha.
DR. JACKSON, 1505 FARNAM ST.
OMAHA DYE WORKS. 1516 Howard, the
tashionable cleaners of ladle' and gentle
men s dr ease and suiu, lace curtains,
draperies. U M1M N2
TELEPHONE 780 f or L. M. E. messengers.
SURE cure for excessive perspiration and
all aisoraera 01 the leet; stamp lor par
ticulars. A. Mayer, 516 Bee Biug., Omaha.
U 3D3 NC
LEARN chiropody, manicure, special mas
sage, bcnooi 01 Hygiene, 616 Bee Bldg.
V M457 N
ELITE PARLORS. 615 S. 16th St.. 2d floor.
U M777 Nli
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15. 2d floor. R. 1
C M616 N17
PRIVATE hospital before and during con-
nnement; Dauies Doaraea ana adopted.
Airs, uaraeia, zm ume. iti. rea 1M4.
PRIVATE hospital for ladlea before and
during connnement; best, medical atten
tion; babies adopted. 1107 N. 19tu st. Mra.
Fiaber. U M162 N22
WANTED If you hare ayphllU write to
us ana we win let you know all about
our remedy; It Is an abaolute cure end
eosta you nothing until cured; syphilis
and all blood diseases cured with 85 doses
or we forfeit luO. Hill Medical Co.,
umana, nen. u JU-ilS a
MOXBY TO LO A3 REAL ESTATE.
41j PER CENT on business property.
a per cent on restuencv property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE. 401 S. 15TH ST.
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha real
estate. urennan-Eove Co., 9 a. ISth.
4 TO 6 P. C. Money.
Bemla, Paxton Blk.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, rirst rsat. nank Biug. Tel. 1648.
FIVE PER CENT loana.
Oarvln Broe., 1604
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1534 Douglas,
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W
Farnam Smith ft Co., 1JJ0 Farnam street.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
ana warrants, it c. Peters ft Co.. 17u3
carnam Dt.. cee xiiag. w M6
WANTED 35,000 loan on first-class real es
tate security, inquire Bllxt ft Lovgren,
rojm ue-i t-axion uiota. y MU6
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WHEN you find It necessary to borro
give us a trial, after which we will, by
lair treatment, attempt to retain your
Datrouase. v a loan irora 110 ud on fur
nuure. lanoa, live a toe a, etc We aiad
make loan to
without mortaag or endorser. We d
not deduct Interest in advance; w chars
notnlng for making or filing papera and
our service is quick ana confidential, w
alaaya try tn please our palrona.
OMAHA MORTGAGE UOA.S CO.,
118 Board of Trade Biug. Tu 2295
tEslabliahed Uu3 Hum South 16lh Bt.
Chatu 1 and Salary Loana.
PHO'iNlX CREDIT CO..
Successor to i. W. Tayioe.
TeL 14. I 633 Paxtoa Block.
MONEY loaned on pianos
horsea. cows. etc. C- F. Reed. 319 8 11
MONEY ioal ed on furniture, live etock
leeielry. lu i-lried peode. Foley Loa
Co.. Sue ta) Duff Green. 3 Barker block.
M05IET TO LO A S-Tfl A TT ELS.
tlltt llllllltllttll tilt lltlllt I
ix you need monett
money to Loan
on furniture and balaries.
$1 to 3.VK1 loaned on FURNITURE,
PIANOS. ETC., and to salaried people
at very lowest rates and tor any length
of time, without publicity or removing
the property. l'mrnia can be made
to sjlt your convenience.
Call ana get our terms Deiore going t
RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY. I
Room 3jS. Third Fluor, Paxton Block. 3
it tt till III Itltlt tlllt tilt lit II
LARGEST BUSINESS IN IOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, ere., without e
rurltv: easiest terms: 40 ofncea In prin
cipal cities. Tolman. 4 Board of Trade
Bidg. X 9o4
MONEY loaned on rlaln note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
514 Paxton block. The J.. A. Hutmn Co.
TO GET In or out of business call on WU-
liams. Room 411. McCague building. .
WHEN you want to buy. sell or exchange
your bumness or property quick aee j.
H. Johnson, 643 N. Y. Life. Y-M6
FOR SALE, drug store, bent and most
prominent corner In Lead, metropolis of
the Black Hills; opposite two depots,
bank, hotel and posicrtioe; established six
yeare; complete in every detail; full
prices; no old stock: dally cash recelpte
l.0. Address M 51. Bee. 1 M106 24
HOTEL furniture, 20 rooms, good country
town, good business; tuo. J. ti. Jonnson,
IN. r. ute, I MH
WANT to buy. sell or trade a business?
Go see Wilson, Warnea & Co., 417 to 411
paxton lilock. I ai
WANTED Twenty men. with 150 to $500
each to put Into a gilt-edged Investment.
Al t, me. i Mi-i if
FOR SALE, confectionery and bakery; good
location, r or further Information aauress
Box 877, W est Point, Neb. Y M166 2ST
The plant, machinery, stock and fixtures of
the Ideal Pleatlna- Co.. 1510 Howard st.
Inquire of F. A- Mulnnger, trustee, 613
New York Life bldg. Y-M170 25
FOR SALE, leading millinery stock and
business at Fremont, Neb.; stork Invoices
at !2,bou, fixtures at tM; terms, one-half
cash and balance can be arranged. Ad
dreaa M, box 4. Fremont, Neb. Y Ml 95 3V
FOR BALE First-class, good paying sa
loon. Address S, Bee office. Council
Bluffs. Y M1S6 3C
worth 32.000 a year to a man of force and
fair education: permanent, profitable, de
sirable; no capital required. Addresa John
U. Binder, Des Moines, la., general de
livery. jni j
EXCHANGE for farm land sreneral mer
chandise, lnvok-e 6.0n0. Livery for land.
Implement bualness for land. First-class
millinery part land. T. M. Cune, 123 O St.,
T 1 1 X 1. MQU f
UlUkuiat ... u. a. MAVV
WHAT have you to exchange for a 360
paia up scnolarsnip, Dusintas or snori-
liaiiu . auuicm, at vq, occ. a. uv
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
Every One a Bargain Worth Investigating.
WALLACE. BROWN BLOCK.
3600 3108 Seward, 10uxl27, 6 rootia, stable,
city water; rental, 172.
16002210 Emmet. 5 rooms, brick, full lot;
3650 2ts N. 23d. S rooms , city water;
jtiH an Miami, full lot. 4 rooms.
31,3003318 Parker, near car, nice place.
xi xt , rooms, moaern. near zjm ana uur
dette. rents uez. nice ume nome ana
n .iitna chlrain. ttxlfi: rental. 8144.
Jl5oo 26S7 Beward, 8 rooms, modern; rental,
ILfrXi Well built house, large lot, 30th and
32,0004 8-room cotuges, city water, rental
32S8, near 27th and Patrick.""
(2,200 Nice home, good repair, well built
House, nne iou Deauuiui view, uvar
ni4 V(a nf rnf t
81.000 Larce and beautiful lot. 108x140, 5
nvtmi modern cottasre. N. 18th. -
31.600 New home, 10 minutes' walk west of
posiomce, moaern, cnoice, rooms.
34,000 Nice, new, modern Bemta Park home.
Many umer uai gains aw rww
GEORGE G. WALLACE, Sll Brown Block.
BEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK ft CO. for choice
barcaina. ail is. x. jl.uo oiaa. ui. 101a.
CHARLES E.. 1203
r arnanx street.
HOUSES and lota In all parts of city; also
acre property ana Term tanas, xne u. .
Davis Co., Room 652. Bee Bldg.
HARRISON ft MORTON. FARMS NEAR
OMAHA 929 acres 28 miles out, all level.
Improved, 345 per acre; 800. 88 miles out.
all level, improved.' 365 per acre: 140, I
miles of 80. Omaha. 3100 per acre, lm-
nroved. on paved road. HARRISON ft
MORTON, OMAHA. RB M808
RE 628 N17
TUKEY & SON
Will offer on Monday 4 houses cne block
north or Cuming on Micnigan Ave., Be
tween 23d and 24th Sts., at the following
nmirkih v low Dricea:
sdlchlean Ave.. 7 rooms. 1 stories,
sewer and water, for 11.750
sins Michigan Ave.. 8 rooms, sewer and
water, for 1,450
2310 Michigan Ave., 6 rooms, sewer and
water, for 1.450
2313 Michigan Ave., 6 rooms cor. 24th
sewer ana water, mr t.ouu
Ample grounds around each houae and fine
Shade trees, jui iouih ii. cpocisa
taxes all paid. Streets on three sides all
These houses must be sold and we are go-
Ink to make terms and prices so low that
quick sales will be made.
Don't bother the people in the bouses unless
ssiaa n Kl 1 M I r ssftul
you me m bualness.
tj rrtTu-LT sicr nm
4V T A 6V A ew-a .
444-445 Board of Trade.
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
It you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
the farcers and Stockrsisers about lt The
best way to reach them is through
This agricultural meekly goes to 15,000
homes of farmer and stockralsers. so If
.. k . mrxtiA tfif IsnS tft u 1 1 mt
;.on.bl. prte. you ought to find . buyer
among them. 1 oe cost huuu smai
t cents per word.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
UMAnA, IN tB.
DO YOU WANT
A real bargain In a nice home? W have
it right here 8 rooma, lot 80x61, price
32.6'.iu; or 6 rooma, lvt 4)4x64. price 83.0uO.
Both houses well built, in fine repair, good
nrluhbortuxid and neved streets, with all
specials paid. They are to be sold. If
vou ar.t one come early. One-third caah.
talance f years. per ceni.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Main Floor New lork Lite tiullding.
RE M150 28
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, roans; also
Are insurance, xiemia, raxton niocx.
FOR BALE. In famous Flathead valley.
two of the flneai farm la Montana. 160
and 206 acre, adjoining Price. IjO.OuO.
Will sell separately. Large erops and
finest climate in America. Afldres J. L.
Henry. Kallspell, Mont. rtt ikUM 80
When You Write
remember It only takes an extra stroke of
two of the pen to mention tho tact thai
you saw me aa lb use atee
FOR i ALE REAL E9TATR.
Good Chicken Place.
Tukey & Son.
Large grounds, sood 7-roim house, stable
ami chUken house; chicken ynru an
fenced. At fC3 North 44)h street, four
bkuks weet of 4mh and Cuming streets:
line place; In good condition, will aell
for ll.'ioO. Can make suitanie terms.
A I'. TUKEY SON,
444-445 Board of Trade.
RANCH and faim lands for sale by the
I nion Taclfle Railroad company. H. A.
VcAJlcster, land commissioner, L nion Pa-
clflu Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
KELSET'S. wall paper, 17th and Douglas.
f hone lt. kl-.j
3-R. COTTAGE, with norc. bath, hot and
cold wat-r and barn, 1 block off Farjiarn
car. rj.tio: un cash, balance monthly.
l-r. house, built by Judge Gregory. h"t
water heat, price 33.50. Want offer,
caah. balance very eafy; now vacant.
F. D. WE AD. 1524 Douglas. RE 1524
LOST Brown shawl, between Coliseum and
24th and Cuming.
Return to Bee oftice.
lio.on REWARD for the return of my white
and liver pointer dog Dan.
w . r . i arson.
Koom 31, naraer niocn.
SHORTHAND AM) T PE WRITING.
GRE(iO S. H.. Touch T. W.. Bus. Branches.
Teleg. CaU free. Om. com. col., 17 & uoug.
A. C VAN SANT'S echooL
717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLE8 college, court reporter principal.
XM. x . lAie. '
NEB. Husinete A Shorthand College, Boyd's
OTIAHA COLLEGE OF Ml SIC,
OMAHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC and FINE
ARTS, faculty, twenty-two teachers.
Terms and prospectus, F. H. Wright,
Ramge Bldg. 773 Oil
SINGERS, First Preabyterlan choir. Ap
ply t.a. n rigni, aio namge mug. .. i
WHY iy rooreT
Lambert, 125; superior
to llOu machine,
roe & Co., 611 N.
bent on approval. Mon-
I6tn el., uraana. 131
MORAND'8 Dancing School. 15th and Har
ney. Children beginners, weanesduy, 4:13
p. m. and Baturoay, 10 a. rn.; 30 lessons,
310; season, October to May, -'. auvance;
12 lessons, 36; season. 113; adults, Tuesday
and Friday, 8 p. m.; U leasona, ladle. V;
gei.tlemen. 16. High school class met I In
Myrtle hall, season October to May, 310.
Assemblies every Wednesday. Phone 1023.
MAN I F ACTX RING.
and, Howard, ma-
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty 01 Ore escapes, shutters, aoors ana
ales. G. Andreen, Prop., lu- S. loth bu
GID. E. ft ALICE JOHNSON, osteopath.
bulla ula Si. Y. l-ue iiiag. xei. 1604.
Mrs. Grace TUdale Deegan. 538 Bea Bldg.
TeL 2Hbi. 3bl
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools ana vauiia, remove garbage
ana a sad anlinala at reduced price. 621
f. utin. sei. in. - is
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.;
Q. R. Rathbun, Room 16, Com 1 isai 1 bank.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; aU Duaineas conadenual. iul Douglas.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. li. 1'hilblu. sdub Farmvm. 'Phone 764.
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717. 606 S. 16th. !
L. M E. hauls trunks. TeL 780.
OMAHA Hydraulic Press Brick Co.. 216
K. .... -Vv-Lr I .1 u 'nhnnu Ulft QftJ V J I
STAMUERING AND STUTTERING,
CURED. JuUa Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
GRAND Electric Co., 11 ft Jackson. Tel. a4.
HATS dyed, blocked, lateat styles. Ramaer
ft Hen. tJl t. lite, bear (Japitol Ave.
BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender
son, lei. uoa, lax ariuua 01., unum.
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
mote lea. joe xousen, itil far nam m.
nickel plating, Omaha
Co.. B Bide-
Tea. ad. M6j
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Derlght, 1118
t arnam street. mi
OM. Van Etor. Co., 15UVk Faxn. Tela. 15L8-8G3.
LA LSI DRY.
OMAHA Si earn Lajndry; shirts. Be; collars,
c; cuua, tc nin iiaavciiworia. lei, A.-1.&4,
LAW AXD COCXECTTOBiS,
STILLMAN 4x PRICE, 23 U. B. N l BkBId,
IDEAL PLEATING CO.. 1510 Howard.
OMAHA Hay Bulo Tie Co.. 811 North 16th.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1C4 6. ISth,
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. 6U S. 1'th.
CAPT. THOB. CORMICK, private detec-
uv. ail jaainacn block, 'lei. A2&1.
CARFESTERS AKD JOIaEKS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
iiiuiuiiiij livcuutu lu. S 4, WU1.11V11,
arm ana igs-o streets. -4,
CASH paid, mliu.i t storks, oil itork, rnn-
rrr piaiilailon r-ivx. eecuriTia r every
kt'id, no mtlrr ho old; Hate v hat vim
have to sell. F. Ephraim, Knnfv. city.
M - v "l :-
Mls Bturdy. 2.".io Hurney.
WANTED If you have rheumatism write
to us and we will let you know al! about
our remedy; we cure rhe'tmatlm In all
forms and It rots vou nothing till cured.
Hiil Meuical Co., Omaha, Neb.
PROPOSALS FOR BEEF AND MUTTON
Office Chief Commlssarv, Cmuha, Ntb.,
October 22, 1!'2. Sealed proposals. In trlp'l.
cate. will be received here until 11 o'clock
a. m., central standard time. November
11, nnd then publlclv opened for furnish
ing such fresh le-f and mutton as mny he
required by the Subsistence Department,
I. 8. Armv. at Omaha. Neb.: Fort Crook,
Neb.; Jrff.-ri.on Barracks, Mo.; Forta lav-
en worth. Kan.; Logan H. Roots At k: Mo
brum. Neb: Keno. o T. : Kllev. Kan
Robinson. Neb., and Pill. O. T.. during six
month commencing January 1, ltf. Pro
posals will also be received until 10 o'clock
m.. mountain standard time, at t on
Robinson, and until 11 o'clock a. m., centnil
standard time at Jefferson Barracks, Fort
lavenworth. Locan II. Roots. Niobrara.
Reno. Rllev and Sill and opened at posts by
respective commissaries, each receiving pro
posals lor hi own post only, roposais
will also be received stating price at which
bidder will deliver fresh beef or mutton of
temperature not greater than 6.i decrees
Fahrenheit. Information furnished on ap
plication here cr to commissary at post
authorised to open proposals. U. 8. reserves
thi light to reject any or an proposals or
any part thereof. Envelopes should be
marked "Proposals for Fresh Beef and
Mutton," and addressed to undersigned or
Ccmmlmary at post authorized to rectlve
proposals. W. H. BEAN. Commissary, Chief
commissary. ia-zi i iu .u 21
PROPOSALS FOR SUPS18TENCE
STORES Office of Purchasing Commissary,
U. 8. Army, Omaha, Neb.. October 25, ls2.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, for furnish
ing bacon, issue, dry salt cure, in crates.
will be received at this office, at the office
of the Purchasing Commissary, U. S. Army,
Kansas City, Mo., and at the office of the
Purchasing Commissary, U. S. Army. Chi
cago, 111., until 11 o'clock, h m., Wednes
day. November R. l'2. at whh h time nnd
places they will be puhllcly opened. Articles
of domestic production or manufacture will
be preferred to those of forelirn orlsin. cost
and quh lit y being equal. Specifications as
to quantity required, date snd places of de
livery, blank proposals and further In
formation furnished on application to either
office. Envelopes containing proposala
should be endorsed "Proposals for Sub
sistence Stores, to be opened Wednesday,
November 6, l!fi, and addressed to W. H.
BEAN. Major. Commissary. Purchasing
Commissary, Omaha, Neb.
6ta s ;i a so si
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omahe. Nfb.. October 21, W2. Sealed pro
posals, In triplicate, will be received here
and at the offices of Quartermaster at sta
tions named, until 10 a. m , central time
November 21. 19"2, and then opened, for
furnishing wood and bituminous coal at
Fort Niobrara. Neb., and Fort Reno. Okl
Proposals for delivery at other points will
be entertained. U. 6. reserves right to re
ject or accent any or all proposals, or any
part thereof. Information furnished on ap
plication here, or 10 wuariermatera at sia
lions named. Envelopes containing: pro
Doaala should be marked "Proposala for
," and addresaed to undersigned or
Quartermaster as stated above. J NO. W,
PULLMAN, Chief J. M.
6td 23 21 25 Z7 N18 19
FORT RILEY. Kan.. Oct. 25. 1902Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be received here
until 11 a. m. November 25, 1;K2. for con
struction of Two Double Sets of Non. Com.
Staff Quarters. Information furnished upon
application here, also at Offices of Depot
vuanermasieis, . nicago. 111. 1 01. iouis.
Mo., and Omaha. Neb. Right reserved to
accent or reject any or all bids, or any part
thereof. Envelopes to be endorsea iJro-
posals for Construction of Buildings," ad
dreased "Captain G. O. Cress. Q. M."
Ota Za si ss i .NZl 0
(Should be read DAILY by all interested.
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign maila for the week ending Oc
tober 25, 1903, will close (PROMPTLY In
all caaes) at the general postofflcu as fol
low; PARCELS POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing time shown below
1'arcei post mans Tor uermnny close at
bp. m. uonaay ana eanesaay.
Regular and Supplementary malls close
at Foreign Station half hour later than
closing time shown below (except that Sup
plementary Aiana lor curope ana central
America, via Colon, close one hour later at
SATURDAY A t 7:80 a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per s. a. Ryndam (mail
must be directed "per s. s. Ryndam );
at 8 a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per s. s.
Zeeland (mall must be directed "Per a. s.
Zeeland"); at 8:80 a. ro. (supplementary
10 a. m.) for EUROPE, per a. s. Lucanla.
via Queenstown; at 8:80 a. m. for SCOT
LAND direct, per S. S. Furneaala (mall
must be directed per s. s. Furneasla .
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takes Printed Matter, commercial Papers
and Samples for Germany only. The aame
class 01 mail matter tor oiner parts of
Europe will not be sent by this shin
unless specially directed by her.
After the closing pf the Supplementary
.transatlantic xuans namea move, ad
ditional Supplementary Mails are opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, and remain
open until within Ten Minutes of the
hjcr of (.ailing of steamer.
Maila tor South s Central America,
Weat ladlea, Eto.
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BERMUDA,
per a. s. Pretoria; bt 9 a. m. for pokto
RICO, per a. s. Coamo; at 9 a. m. (sup
plementary :30 a, m.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per . g- Maracalbo (mall
for Bavaniiia ana Cartagena mun pe oi
vected "per s.
Maracalbo"); at 9:39
a. m. (supplementary iu:3u a. mi Jot
FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA. 6AVA
NILLA. CARTAGENA and GRE YTOWN,
per a. s. Alleghany (mall for Costa Rica
must ba directed per s. . Alleghany";
at 10 a. m. lor CUBA, per s. s. Mexico,
via Ilavan; at 10 a. m. for GRENADA
and TRINIDAD, per . g. Marival.
Halls for Newfoundland by rail to North
bvaney, ana inence pj steamer, close
at this office dally at 6:80 p. ru. (con-
meeting Close tiers every Monday.
Wednesday and Saturday). .Mails for
Miquelon, by rail to Boston. a?id thence
bv steamer, close al thla office dallv st
6.30 p ro. Ma' Is for Culia by rail to Port
Tampa, Fla., and thence by e "earner, close
at this uthce dally except Thursday at
6:30 a. ro.. (the corinectlns; closes are
made on Monnays, w eanesaays and Sat
viraays). ior joexico City, over
land unless specially addressed for' des
patch by aieamer, close at this office
dally except Sunday' at 1:30 p. m., and
11:30 p. in.; Sundays at 1:00 p in. and
11 Jl p. m. Malls for Costa Rloa, Bellte,
Puerto Cortes and letter mail for Guate
mala, oy ran to nfw urieans ana thence
by steamer, close at li-ls ui: dailv
except Sunday al "1:30 i.. m. and 11.30
p. m-i Sundas at l:uo p. m. and 11.3v
p. m. tconnecung cioks nere Mondays
at U:30 p. m. fur Belize, Puerto Cortes
and letter mail for Guatemala and
Tuesday at 11:30 p. ro. for Costa Rica;
Registered mall closes at 6:0o p.- m.-prw
Malls tor Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
here aaiiy at 6:3V p. m. up to October
2uth, inclusive, for despatch per s. s.
alalia for Hawaii, China. Japan and first-
class mater for the Phila.inne lslauds.
via San Francisco, close here dally at
al 6.3o p. m. up to October 2&th. Inclu
sive, for dtpai' h per a. a. America Msru
Mails for the Philippine islands, via bau
Francisco, close here Cany at f:3 p.
up to October i:.th, Inclusive, for lies.
natch per U. 8. Transport.
Mails for Tahiti and Maruueaas Islands
via ban iraucisco, close here daily at 1.4
p. m. up to October 26tli. Inclusive, fui
decuatch rr s. s. Mariposa.
alalia for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and Mi toria. u. c . close hers Oal v
6:30 D. m. uu to October 2Mb., inclusive
fur despatch per s. s. Lmprtss cf Japan.
(Registered mail must be specialty sa
dressc-d. Merchandise fr u. S. Postal
Agency at Shanghai cannot be f jrwarued
via l anaaaj.
Maila fur AuaUslla. (except iVest Austra
11a, ablch Is lor-arOea vim turopr) Jsew
Zealand. Fiji. Samoa and Haaail. via
ban rrancisio, close ner cany at t.yj p,
m. a tie.- October UiC and up to No
embei lst, inclusive, or on arrival of
a. a Campania, due at .New York No
vember "1st, lor deeyatch per a. a. So
i Mall Iwf iUFJ. Jffti Pfffft w iv
class matter for tho Philippine Islands, via.
Fan Frm-lro. close here dally at 6. 80 p.
m tin to November ".'d, inclusive, f if
rilf patch per s Korea
Mulls for Australia (except Wet Australia,
hi. h goys via Europe, and New Zealand,
whl. li g.ies vl.i ian Fram Iscoi. and Fiji
Islands, via Vancouver and Victoria. K.
C. 1 lose here dally at K.Jo p. m. after
Nnvf mber lst and tin to November Sth,
iuciusie, for despatch per a. a. Mlowera.
Tiarspc11i" malls are forwarded to rtnrt rf
sallliia daily ana the smeiiuie or closing
Is arraneec on the presumption of their
.mlr.ternipted overland transit. Regls
erel mail rl'.ses at 6 p m. previous da v.
COP.NLI.H'S! VAN COTT. Postmaster
rostofTice, New York. N. Y., October 17. 1302.
4 II. WAY TIME TABLE.
IMOU STATION 10TII A D MARCY.
Chicago, HorL Island A raelfle.
I eave. Arrive.
ChlcjiRo Paylleht L't'd.a t am a 6:4fi am
Chh-ago Daylight Local. 7:0n am a 1-6 Dm
Chicago Express bll.lf.am 'rm
lvs Moines Ixical a 6: 'JO pm bll:M am
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:ui pm a 1:25 pm
Rocky Mountain L t d.. a 6.50 am a 4.55 am
Lincoln. Colo. Springs,
Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1.30 pm a 1.43 pm
Colo.. Texas, Cal. and
Oklahoma Flyer a 5:20 pm a 13. 40 pm
Chicago Express a 7:20 am a 5:10 pm
Chicago, Minneapolis A
St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm a 8:03 am
Minneapolis & St. Paul
Express b 7.20 gm M0:5 pm
Chicago Express al0:S5 pm
St. Louis Express al0:00 am a 6:25 pm
1C C. 4 St. L. Ex al0:b0 pm a 6:15 am
l hleaaia A Murth western.
The Northwestern Line."
a 8 40 am a T:oo am
....a 7:50 rm a 8 go am
a 5.1.' am a 3 50 pm
a 7:35 am al0.26 pm
....a ft:(n am all:20 pm
....alO 55 am a 6:10 pm
....a 4:t pm a 9:h0 am
a 4:55 pm a 4:05 pm
....a :10 pm a 9:20 am
....a 7:55 pm a 8:15 am
.... a 2:40 pm
....b 4:00 pm b 9:50 am
....a 9 40 am a 7.80 pm
....a 8:60 am a 8:25 pm
Local Sioux City....
DayllRhl St. Paul...
Daylight Chicago ..
Limited Chicago ...
Fast St. Paul
Local Sioux City....
I 11 1011 raclli'.
Overland Limited ..
The Fast Mall
.a 4..'o pm
.all. 41 pm
The Atlantic Express.
a 4:S5 pm
a 7.80 am
a 8:40 am
a 8:40 am
The Colorado Ppeclal.
.a 7:10 am
Lincoln, Beatrice ana
Stromsburir Ex b 4:0o pm bi::St pm
Grand Island Local b 6.30 pm b 9:35 pm
St. Louis "Canon Ball"
Express a d:5 pm a 8:zo am
Bt. Louis Local. Coun
cil Blufla a 8:15 am aiuuw pm
C hlcaato, Milwaukee ft St. Faal.
Chicago & Omaha Ex..b7:40am b 3:40 pm
Chicago Llmiud Ex a 6:00 pm a 7:50 am
BURLINGTON STATION 10TH ft MASON
Chicago, Burlington ft 4nloey.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 4:05 pm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. .a 4:00 pm a 7:30 am
..a 9.30 am
a 7:30 am
Kansas City, St.
Kansas City Day Ex.
St I x) 11 la Fiver
..a 8:0a pm
..a 1:20 am
a 2:4a pm
a 6:05 pm
ell. 15 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0.30 pm a 6.15 am
Burllngtoa A Missouri River.
W j more, Beatrice and
Lincoln ,.. a 8:40 am bll:R5 am
Nebraska Express a 8:40 am a 7:45 pm
Denver Limited. a 4:25 pm a 6:45 am
Black Hills nnd Puget
Sound Express all; 10 pm a 3:10 pm
C o 1 o 1 a d o Vestlbuled
Flyer , a 8:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mail b 2:10 pm a 9:17 am
Fort Crook and Platts-
mouth ,..h 3:20 pm bll:06 am
Bellevue ft Paclflo Jet.. a 7;50 pm a 6:27 am
Bellevue & Paclflo Jet., a 8:00 am
WEBSTER DEPOT J4TH sfe WEBSTER
Chicago, Bt. Paul, Minneapolis ft
Twin City Passenger. ...a 6:30 am a 8:00 pro
Sioux City Passenger.. .a 2:00 pm all :20 am
Emerson Local b 6:40 pm b 8:46 am
Fremont, Elkhorn ft Missouri
Black Hills, Deadwood,
Hot Spring's ...a 1:00 pm a 1:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 3:00 pm S:00 pm
Hastings. York, David
City, Superior, Geneva,
Exeter and Seward.... b 8:00 pm b 6:00 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont b 7:30 am bl0:3 am
Fremont Local....... a 7:30 am
Nebraska Local. Via
weeping vt ater o t:io pm aiu;35 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, c Sun
day only, il Dally except Saturday. Dally
Boston to Mediterranean
Boston to Liverpool. .
Portland to Liverpool.
Jt ymr ara emxemvurmns; a.
trip w erni. swu y-
The M.ft:rcaaea3r CiJ&xcfied?' 9
mn.rsar wtth. achenr ARsraaBtawTl eL
nuwrnxlJiir mavbet- AJitiaas, ,,3
I UjWOtajf-aei.a.narttea- -
OUTLOOK IN HAWAII IS BAD
Condition of tbo XattTos Very Um-
promlslBK o Acooasit pf lawlso
MOHONK LAKE. N. Y., pet. St Th
Mobonk Indian conference opened today'
with an address by John Seger, who hag '
teen superintendent of an agency school ,
la Oklahoma since 1&72.
Xr. Seger said that tho recent revival
of the sun dances among the Indians and,
omer iruwi jiaa naa a uemorsiiuB eueciv
promoting idleness, profligacy and otAef
evils. He thought tho dances should be
absolutely prohibited. '
Rev. Dr. Alexander Jwombly, who has
been a resident of Hawaii for torn time, ad
dressed the conference on the present sit- ,
uation in those islands. Ho said that con
ditions there were dark and depressing.
The times are hard, owing to unwise ac
tion of the local legislature, dominated by
the home rule party. Crime, drunkenness.
Idleness and other vices were on the In
Rev. Douglas Birnie, who has been a
pastor in Honolulu for several years, said
that the only hops for the future lay In a
wise restriction of the suffrage, the in
troduction of Chinese labor upon the sugar
plantations and a reform of the Judiciary,
WARM TIME IN PORTO RICO
Political Exrlteaaeatt Fiaally Saksldoa
with BhootlBsT of Tat Ktflk.
lleaas, Who M 111 Recover.
BAN JUAN, Porto Rico, Oct. 24. A stats
of political excitement hero yesterday
ended at midnight with the shooting of two
republicans. The wounded men will re
cover. On Tburaday tbs editor of tbs Nesg
was arrested pn the complaint of the mayor,
amid a great demonstration, on tho chaxgt
of libel in publishing tho Uxt of the cltl
xens' petition presented to tho governor
asking that tbe mayor be prosecuted for
destroying tbo municipal records,
Many of tbe signers of the petition, num
bering 200. have been threatened, a dodgers
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