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TIIE OMAHA DAILY 11EK: WEDNESDAY, OCTOHElt 2i, 1902.
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rill be iibri II IS aa. fer tee
rtiliif edltlea sad aattl 8:S0 s. sa
fer Morals ieessy odltlea.
Rat, 1 1-Se a war rt laeertlem,
l a war thereafter. Ratals lakea
fee leee tkaa BS far the Aral lwr
tlaa. Taeee a vertlseaaeate aul . ka
Advertisers, by reaaestlaar anas
tvered eke It, mi haft aaawara ad-
rested te nstsbered letter ta aar
mt Tfca Aaawara aa eadreesed will
k POSITION of trust and responsibility
WaniM by a competent, reliable man; has
had. Years of experience In office worn.
banging and mercantile bualneaa. Adilresa
N IS, A 4.1 W
WASTED MALE HELP.
HUSTLING denutlea wanted; man or
women, splendid contrast. The Harden-1
ars. Hi Boe Bid. B 2J6
WANTED, young man stenographer; give I
references. i and expeclea salary. Ad
dresa K 36, Bee. D M233
WANTED, a hosiery and underwear saies-
man for atates of Nebraska and Iowa.
' Box tSfl, Marion, lnd. B Msol)
WANTED fhr U. 8. army, able-bodied un-
gnamea men neiween ages or zi a no ,
dlltii 01 United Slate, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
apeak, read and write English. For Infor
mation Apply to Recruiting Officers, lain
ana Dodge Sts., Omana, and postortlce
uunaing, xancoin, eo. u ui
GOOD messengers wanted; high aalanea.
A. D. I. CO., iU BO. Uth BU B M1M
Mawaa Nursery Company,
1 ' Wauwatosa, Wis.
WANTED,' competent stenographer; man
laminar with snipping business preierreu.
Addresa t 7, Bee. B HK2
WANTED, boy to take care of furnace and
cow. K. n. Ave. U 114
WANTED, active, educated men In central
westerrl' atates; fixed weekly aalary or
definite time guaranty; aive age, experl-
, ence, rerereqcoa, uifiia, aaeaa at to., jni
sago. K 11171 1
10lTN(lvtnan to Work around college for
tuition, any department. An opportunity.
Inquire Nebraaaa Busineea College, Boyd
'i neater, " u m im-
WANTED. young men to learn barber
trade; all advaiftagea until competent,
without limit to time,: ateady practice;
expert Instructions;1 Iplenulu facilities; I
established In INN; hunareda of graduates I
to recommend our ijrttfnr, call or write.
Jdoler Barber College, Uu2 Douglas st.
.... ' B MJlw J
WANTED You to write us if you have
. kidney troubles, and we Will let you know
all about our remedleHf and It costs you
nothing until cured: absoluteieure or we
forfeit !' Hill aJedical; Ct., Omaha,
2g,b.V B M;42t 21 j
WANTED; flrtrt-clBJM cotv vest and pani
makers: steady work:, sood crlccs. Mac-
canny i snoring uo., lii rirnam.
. ' B 227
'WANTED, machinists ar.d lathe hands
nop; give references. Aaareaa M, iee I
fflc. Council Bluffs. B SSI 38
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WANTED, live men capable of selling sup-
.piieaand furniture to school neuras; no
. eral proposition. Union School Kurnlnh-
. n til XI 'HaI 9ta
.WAN'TEp, man for steady . employment.
X2.W0- year; rA- requires. au or write.
C. L. Braniell, U2H.,iJ at., Lincoln, Neb.
WANTBD", fireman for small eteam heating
plant; must have license; steady Job for
the winter) stats salary expected. Ad.
draaa M la. Boa. ' Bt25 2
WANTED. Jewel r man of experience; A 1 1
worKman; engraving;?- singier man pre- i
ferred) nirninh -own tools;-employment
steady; reference. Addneaa N 17, Bee. I
B lit :
ARB you dissatisfied with yo.ir work Our 1
rree pooxteit "Are your tianas near- tens l
how we have Qualified lhous&nda In snare I
time for aalarled positions In more con- I HANDSOME steadhemted roonv I-Capl-genial
and prodtable linee of work. Write I tol Ave. Ei-MlUt
international corresponaenca ecnooia, cox
6ti8, 8cranion, Pa., of cull day or evening.
Omaha, oracs. mi I'axion, Block.
. v H M440 29
WANTEDEi-erywhane. huatlera to tack
signs, distribute circulars, samplea, etc.;
no canvasMnsi, gooa pay, nan Aavertising
Bureau, trnwago. ,. - mmj or
WANTED By wholesale house, a young
man for asrtstant bookkeeper; must be
rapid, accurate and a good penman: in-
awer In own handwriting, stating ago ana
aalary wanted. Addresa N la. Bee.
B M432 29
EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambert Type
writers. Monroe it Co.. Ul N. Kth HL,
WANTED,' a first-class Brltannlca Encyclo
pedia aalesraan tor immeaiate poa.tion;
we will pay atreigni salary to a gooa man.
ADDly American Newauaper Association.
eulte 622, New York Ufa Building, Omibt,
iseu. . um w
WANTED An Al first-class saleaman thor
oughly familiar with Iron, aieet and hovy
hardware; oiuy men who have a gooa rec
ord and can get a paying businesa from
the start need answer; liberal arrange -
ments made with the right man; others
we don't want: stale with what houses
previously employed, what territory cov-
ered, annual aaiea, salary required and If
aC liberty to take position at once. Ad-
dresa M SO, Bee.
WANTED Book salesmen. "Around the
Capital (3m pages), contains more facta I
and faces tall members of oongreaa and
ethers) than any book yet published; there I
Tn'd T,k "waahfngt fir! dr. wa
cwveral hunonxi margtiiala; pries tcloth.
I2.U0; half morocco, alts); full morocco.
!a.t. . The Nutshell Publishing Co., '
Fifth Avenue, New York. M43B 2
' - WANTED rEMALaW HELP.
10S Otrla. Call Canadlaa office, Uth Dodge.
WANTED, good wages to a good ceok;
aone otaer neea appiy. aui itaxney.
GIRL for general housework. 201 Pierce
Sireet, . . i-a
WANTED, working housekeeper In family
al three aauiia. Aaoreaa 14, nee.
WANTED, a good girl foi general house
work; no washing. U W per week. 1614
N. 21 h C . C ul
WANTEL a. cook. Mrs. A. L. Reea. XX
Farnam. t- Miil
WANTED, expertenced girl for general
housework, three la lajaliy. 129 Jnortli
Thtrty-nrst avenue. c lkl
WANTED, girl for general housework;
good wages. Mrs. Suueral. 974 N. 2th
Ave. - C 111
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WANTED,: woman to do family washing at
bar noma near x.ua ana ieavenwortn. a a-
areea- N S, Bee. O IS
GOOD GIRL for general housework; two
M laniuy. rara ave.
OIRL for general housework, good wages.
aul roppietoa ave. o! sv
WANTED Good girl to aaalst la general
nousesera; su.u -ft"!
tn SU s
' FOli RJC NT HOUSES.
TO MOVE light get Omaha Van Storage
(JO.; omce. Ulli evusu, in iwm. ijoe-..
vans sal baaaase waseaa. . Tel. Ilea.
S-ROOM modern detached house. Inquire
w . . , . . a V ta . M
9M Capitol Ave.
iiAl ICCC I all parts of city. The O.
UUUotJ r, Davis Co., M Bee Bldg.
M N. 4TH ST., South Omaha, a Bice t
roots cottage. William aw Potter. Rs-
MlTsr, M Brown ilKi
FOR RENTHOI SES.
MAOGARD Van Storage Co. Tel.
HOUSES and data. Rlngwalt, Barker block.
FOR RENT, 6-roora house, furnished, all
moaern. nice lawn, rront ana men, large
hada trees. Call at 2110 Ohio St.
DEBIRABLE KKroom house, almost new,
modern In every particular, eaat front,
full Int. paved street, convenient to street
HOWARD KENNEDY PON,
209 First National Bank Building.
BEE PAYNE. POSTWICK at CO. for cholca
bouses. a..'1-J N. Y. Ufa Bid. Tel. loin. .
11-room modern house and barn, Ul? Wan-
room modern house. 2248 N. 19th. ft 20
-room modern house, 42J N. Kith at 25
-room modern house. I LSI Fa mam t 21
lw-room modern bouss and barn, 2210 Fop-
pieioa ave v
S-roora modern house and barn, 2438 8.
bkennan-'lovb' CO.'.' M Uth" pt.'
O. O. Wallace, Brown Block.
6 - ROOM, modem, good repair, on So. 224
Ave. Phone S2J.
12K TOR a Ifcf h flat ItA fVnr mrtilera. 7 rooms.
Sil 27ul Woolwort'h, I rooms, modern, fur-
fis w.-H 8. 23d, 7 rooms, modern.
2M Capitol ave., ( rooms, modern, fur
iiace. 174204 Hamilton at., i rooms, city water.
we uvt others, call and g't list.
R. C. PETERS at CO.,
Ground Floor, Bee Bldg.
COMPLETELY furnished modern 7-roOm
house, )(. Hpencer atreet, 130' Call 4iU
North 24lh bt. D i .
FOR RENT One l-room house, with gas.
water ana sewer. Just peen piacea in
nrst-ciaaa repair, in good location. C M
Bachmann, 4JH7 Paxfon Block.
FIVE-ROOM cottage; 254 Bees Street.
gj 1 1 cr
liVROOM brick, furnace, gas. bath, laundry,
not basement plan. Ixi capltoi ave., ad
joining. D-MilS 31
1 1 DIFV1 . S . . t V. .1 VHAw.a Ann.
Diets for housekeenlna: also one large
south room for two gentlemen. At 3li
Case street. D i'
FOR RENT-Furnished house; U4 N. ith
FOR RENT, furnished elaht-room house.
modern, near High school; win take room
and board In exchange for rent; refer
ences exchanged. Addresa N 4, Bee.
PV)R RENT, l-room cottage. $22: s-rooni
cottage, $12; both cloae In. Inquire at '7
N. mn st.
FOR RENT, lS-room modern house, two
batn rooms, two furnaces ana Darn; jutt
aulted for a private hospital; moderate
rent. urennaii-ive at Co., an b. itn si.
i auu ik
ROOMS, city water, 8114 Reward at-, 60.
rooms, city water. 111 Seward at., 7.fr.
ruuDU. cilv waier. run n. sin so.
M room and karn. 230 Burdette t., in.
BEM1S, Paxton block.
7-ROOM modem cottage. . F. D. Brown.
u m i i
n. ''" . ,
moaern ana in gooa conouion. u;n
u iitA n-.,. n Inl !k
FOR RENT Detached house, seven rooms
and bath, 2ll California Bt.: low rent.
Inquire F. N. Clsxk, J. U Brandels 4k
FOR RF..1T FIKMSHED MOONS.
DEWEY European hotel, 13tn and Kama m.
1 PER WEEK 422 So. Uth St., one block
aoutn oi court house.
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge
. . ....... . , . av w
TWO nice, cool, furnished or uafurnishej
rooms. - ittm uavenport. js wj
ROYAL HOTEL, European, llth Chicago
' . - .
FOR RENT, to gentleman, large, well fur
nisnea iront room, witn alcove, steam
heat, gas, bath, telephone, central, rea
sonable, leai Douglas. is A
I 220 N. 17TH Bi... neat ateamhated rooma.
K M4K7 N
WELL ' lurnlaneo:. ateamheated rooma,
single or ensulte, with or without board.
Miuiana hotel, isia ana cn.cago Bts.
8TEAMHEATED rooms, tin per month.
Barker Uot'.i. win ana vones ts.
THREE rooma, light housekeeping, 1112 So,
Uth Bt- IS MiH
RENT, to gentleman or married
couple, larg. south front room or autte of
as si 4-i m at a Ala I w T I s n 1 at t a1 rnAilarn lnd its.
Ing telephone. 221 Douglas St. E M214
ELEGANT furnished rooms In new home
hot water neat; referencee. vs eostar.
NICELY furnished rooma. steam heated.
rates reasonable. Midland hotel, leth and
. Chicago. H m
I ELEGANTLY f umlahed rooms In new
I moaern mme; not water neeii reierencee.
Wis Webster. . E M404 Nl
I f FURNIBED rooma. 1919 Spencer. E 401
I FOR RENT, room In private family for
refined sent lemma. Ill 8. 19th st.
' E M422 JOS
Fl'RNIRUBD ROOMS AMD BOARD.
MERR1AM, oomfort.bl. winter home. THI SI
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board. Xatea reasonable. Midland Hotel,
lath and Chicago. F4S0
NEATLY fumlaied. well heated room. Sue
B. 20th. ' F 14 II"
BACK parlor, suitable for two gentlemen.
. enoioe location; references tiinioira.
Aaoreaa n is, Bee. . r mn a-
rOK REST STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT, store. In flrst-claag location;
rent reasons oi. Appiy ti. w. x-eters at
Co.. ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1 24a
FOR RENT, ths building formerly oeeu-
plea by ine nee at si r arnara ot. n
baa four stories and a basement which
was formerly used aa The Bee press room.
This will be ranted very reasonably. If
Interested appiy at once to C. C. Rose
water, aecretary, room 100, Bee building.
I DESK room, cheap. Kl Brown blk.
UALLS FOR BEIT,
CREIGHTON hall and Schllts Roof garden
for balls, baauueia. cars parties, smoasra.
meaUnga. oonventlona. etc . Both halls
are the largest In the city, have large
dreaalng rooma and boxes for cloaks, hats
and coals; will rent reasonably. Apply
to Win R. Morand, Manager Cretghioo.
mono lua. i tju nr
HIGH GRADE AGENT WANTED
Ws want a flrat-elasa man In each county
I Ut.nii.rJ Hliva rd I, t .
era. He must have a good team, good
business abt'lty. some knowledge of live
stock, be in good standing In every way
and a stead) worker. A iximaaent, good
paying bualneaa to the right oiaa. Ad
dress, giving age, experience, present
THhl F. E. SANBORN COMPANY, Omaha,
hit, J us fS
1 1.904 AOENTa WANTED to sell desirable
I nl.llna triaiirarifial WrkW thai las rawaaaiS .sam.
old-Una Inauranco for the largest com
pany In ths world of Its age; no special
contract faklre or leg pullers need apply.
We sell the best oontract ever wnttaa:
good territory and commissions giveo to
Rood, reliable men. Call on or write to
reorge J. Crsne, Superintendent Weetm
IHrpartment. gig first isat L tiara bldg,
Omaha, Nee, J Mini L-J
WANTED, canvassing sgenrs In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment, with aaaured good In
come. A renin In the country with horse
nnd buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily Srt to Sua) per month. Ad
drees, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee bulldln. Omaha. 212
WASTED TO REST.
TWO or three pleasant rooma for light
nnnneReeping; use of bath; no cniioren.
Address M 4s, Bee. K lis 2S
GENTLEMAN and wife wish to rent large
room near Bd and Doug. as, pov. i.
K 418 3
FOR ALE FIR" ITt'RE.
CHICAOO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2ti. New and aecondband, bought, sold,
exchanged. O 932
SECONDHAND hand fire engine wanted at
once. c. E. Banow, Decatur, Neb.
FOR SALK IIORE, WAOOXS, ETC.
HARRY FROST paints and repairs wagons.
Bee mm. I4tn ana Leavenworin. lei.
CITY-BROKE matched carriage team,
cheap If taken at once; also ruober-tirod
top carriage. H. T. Campbell, 4213 Center
St. Tel. t.ack 112a. M4 1
FOR SALE MISCF.LLANEOIS.
FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib
bing, computation ladders, nul Douglas.
FOR SALE, phonograpba, aupsrlor to any
utner musicai instrument, la up. ina
Vitimann Co., lal Fainam. Q &
EDISON phonographa, 1(, 120 and 130;
mo'jiaea recoraa. eoc eacn or so per uoi. ;
rew wnee.a, io up; iahaud. 40 up. Umana
BlcycNe Co., 1Mb ana Chicago bis.
NEW and secondhand typewriters. 1119
arnam. w an
100 STYLES trusses; catalogue free. Sher
man ay, McConneil Drug Co., lttn and
Dodge, Omaha. - J iMs
2DHAND mfe cheap. Deright, Ul Farnam.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1112 Farnam.
FOR SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican
nairiesj avg. Addreaa ii. , Bee.
OFFICE partition, glass pane. Phone 216L
GOOD antique oak wardrobe for sle
cneap. inquire 2li4 Maple. Vf
CHOICB mlich cowa, 6 Shetland ponlet. S
1. Campbell, 4213 Center, 'phone Black
1122. . Q-7K; N1d
1RIBUNE BICYCLE, almost new. 10, at
a. woiis loan omce, iv Douglas st.
WALL man of Nebraska: all about crops,
prices of Isnd, etc., by counties. 4ltris
tlan's Land Agency, York, Neo. Omy 4
cents. y-HMi j
FRITZ, clairvojant, Ibl Cass St.
MME GYLMER, genuine palmist. .1 S. la.
MME. SMITH, baths. 1 N. 14, 2d floor, R 2.
MME. AMES, vapor baths. 124 K. 15th. R. t
T 417S0 NU
GRACE U'BRYAN Of Ky 720 & Uth.
DR. ROY, chiropodist;-corns and superflu
ous bail removed by electricity K. 12.
Frenzer block. , U SSI ,
VIAV1. Woman's way- to health. . Home
treatment. Booklet free. MS Bee BUg.,
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 122 Douglas.
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladiea before
and during confinement. Dr. and Mrs.
Gerlsch, 4oI N. 16th St., Omaha. V j0
230 RUPTURE CURED FOR 230-No knife,
no pain, no detention from business. Send
. for booklet, etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE
CURE CO.. 932 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha.
DR. JACKSON. 150S FARNAM ST.
OMAHA DYE WORKS, IBIS Howard, the
fashionable cleaners of ladiea' and gentle
men's dreaeea and sulfa, lace curtains,
draperloa. U M1M N2
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. mostengera
SURE cure for excecalve perspiration and
all disorders of the feet; stamp for par
ticulars. A. Mayer, 618 Bee Bldg., Omaha.
U J N
LEARN chiropody, manicure, special mas
sage. Bcnooi oi Hygiene, su Ree Bldg.
ELITE PARLORS. CIS S. Uth St.. 2d floor.
C M777 N1S
MME. SMITH, baths. US N. IS. 2d floor. R. t
- U MSlfi N17
PRIVATE hospital before and during eon-
rinemeni; oaoiee ooaraea ana adopted.
Mrs. Oardela. 2234 Lake. Tel. red ISM. .
PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and
curing connnement; best medical atten
tion; babies adopted. 1107 N. 19;h st. Mrs
Fleher. Tel. Fi2t . r , U-M12 N2C
WANTED If you have syphilis write to
; us ana we win let you know all about
our remedy; It Is an absolute cure and
. costs vou nothing until cured: svDhllta
ana an diooq aiseasee cured wnn i aoses
or we forfeit Iioa Hill Medical Co.
, uatui f i ai2is si
SAVE YOUR EYES Get a beautiful gaa
taDie lamp, cotnriete x2.o ana up; mantles
ioc to sue. At r leocnera. its t spitoi ave.
Tel. 114. u M383 1
NICE, healthy baby boy for adoption at
ZAi do. lain street, city. u Mi N4
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
nnement; nrsi -ciass in every respect;
babies adopted. Dr. L. L. Miller. 2604
ttionao ru. rtimio r -lira. t M42 N3H
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4W PER CENT on businesa property.
per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE, 401 L UTH ST.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate, urennan-ixve co., aw &. uth.
4 TO S P. C. Money. Berola. Faxton Blk.
FARM and city loana. low ratea. W. H.
Thomas. First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 144.
FIVE PER CENT loana. Oarvln Bros.. 1404
farnam. W Mi
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. U24 Douglas.
WANTED, city loana and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith aV Co., 1320 Farnam street.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
. and waxrenla. R. C. Peters A Co.. 17U2
; emam bi.. nee xtiag. - w
WANTED IS.000 loan on nrst-claaa real ea
' late security. Inquire bllxt A Iivgren,
rouia liw i ruiHR uiura. w M1JS
MOMEK lo UAa-4UAiTi,U.
MONEY loaned an plain note to salaried
people; business confidential; loweat ratea
s.a i-axton oiuca. ine j. A. iiutton Co,
LARGEST Bl'SlNESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
stere, boarding houeea. etc., without ae
runty; easiest terms; 40 offices In prin
cipal cilia. Tolmau. 440 Beaid of Trad
MOSEY TO LOAX CHATTELS.
WHEN you find It necessary to borrow
give ua a trial, after which we will, by
lair treatment, attempt to retain your
patronage. We loan from 114 up on fur
niture, pianos, live stuck, etc Wa also
make loans to
without mnrtgare or endorser. We do
not deduct Interest In advance; we charge
nothing for making or filing papers and
our service la quick and cunrtuentiaL Wa
aiwaya try to please our patrons.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade BMg. Tel. 229S
tEstabllshea 1W1.) 3u Bouth ltith St.
II tf IIIMIIIIIMItl $ 1 1 IMIIMtJ
!DO TOU NEED MONEY?
MONEY TO LOAN I
FURNITURE AND SALARIES. I
10 to -" loaned on FURNITURE, I
i n iS'oS KTC. and to salaried oeonie I
t at very lowest rates and lor any length t
I of time, without publicity or removing
I the property. Payments can be made
to SJlt your convenience. i
Call ana get our terms oeiore going I
RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY. $
I Room 303. Third Floor, Paxton Block. I
itttllllMMf Ittf till tllll II tl
Chattel and Salary Loar.a.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
Successor to J. W. Tayloe..
745. 633 Paxton Block.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock,
Jewelrv, to salaried people. Foley Iian
Co., Sue. to Duff Green, I Barker block.
MONEY losned cn pianos, furniture, Jew
elrv, horses, cows, etc. C. . Keed, 319 is.
TO GET In or out of business call on Wll
llama. Room 411, McCagie building.
WHEN you want to buy. sell or exchange
your business or property quick see J.
H. Johnson, 843 N. Y. Lite. Y-M969
HOTEL furniture, 20 rooms, good country
town, good business; $7W. J. H. Johnson,
N. Y. Life. Y-M9S1
WANT to buy, sell or trade a business?
Go see Wilson, Warnes ec Co.. 417 to 419
Paxton Block. Y-933
FOR SALE, confectionery and bakery: good
location. For further Information aaares
Box D77. West Point, Neb. Y Mlbfi 29
FOR SALE First-class, good paying sa
Icon. Address S, Boe ufflce, Council
Bluffs. Y-M196 3u
FOR BALE, leading millinery stock and
business at Fremont. Neb.; stock Invoices
at 2,bU0, fixtures at : terms, one-haif
each and balance can be arranged. Aa
dress M, box 4. Fremont, Neb. i M195 3u
FOR SALE, Insurance, land and rental
bualness, paying ll.fiuO to 12.000 per year;
nice town, norriieast Nebraska; good of
fice and residence. Address M 7, Bee.
NO REASONABLE offer rejected for furni
ture 10-room brick flat; fine location, full
roomers. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
FOR RENT. European hotel, X per
month. 411 North 26th St., South Omaha.
Y 342 !
SHOE STOCK. 23,500; clean, up to date fine
eastern Nebraska town, profitable busi
ness; cash or Improved land. J. H. John
eon. N. Y. Life. Y-3s
HOTEL, furniture, 50 rooma. modern, fine
location, city, paying; price reasonable
J. H. Johnson. N. Y. Life. Y-M347
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING,
M.: clean stock, pood business, Ne
braska town; considei good eastern Ne
braska land; submit offer. J. H. Joh-ron,
N. Y. Life. Y-M385
CAPITAL aecured to promote industrial,
electrical, manufacturing; nnd mining en
terprises. Willis Tooa, k r. i. uiw
Bldg . Omaha. ' - Y-419 2s
FOR SALE Grocery tdre locatod down
town, doing good bustwas; owner nxs "t
reason for' selling; no' reasonable offer re
fused. Address N 19, Bee. Y M4S3 N2
WANTED Sollcltora of, ability to handle
niock of one of the greatest mining com
panies in the V. S.; without qualification
the most attractive and substantial prop
oeitlon ever offered the Investor; two
atamp mills and the greatest copper
smelter on this continent now In opera
tion: this la a sound Investment and wc
want only responsible men of good stand
ing and Influence with the public. Ad
dress L. H. Wilson, 436 Stock Exchange
Bldg.. Chicago. Y M436 2S"
FOR SALE Combined restaurant, lunch
counter ana conrecuonery ; oniy one in
town of 275. Address P. O. Box 285, Alex
andria. Neb. ' Y-Mt35 29
LIVERY business In good Colorado mining
camp, doing an excellent Dusinesji; prict,
only 3.&V, which Includes real estate. Im
provements, carriages, stock, etc., all In
good condition; cash or terms; a great
nun: write at once for full particulars.
J. H. Brandebury. 621 E. & C. Bldg., Den
ver, Colo. i aim- r
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
S-ROOM hcuse. No. 1Vj8 N. 30th St., good
repair; must be sola: sniomit oner. wm.
K. Potter, 303 Brown Block. R13 337
RANCH and faim lands for sale by the
Union Facinc nauroaa company, a. a.
McAllester, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, umana, .eo.
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
Cre insurance, oemii, raiion diock.
FOR SALE, in famous Flathead valley.
two oi tne nnesi tarms in Montana, iu
and 200 acres, adjoining. Price, 20,00u.
Will aell aeparately. largs crops and
finest cllmstu In America. Address J. L.
Henry. Kallspell, Mont. . RE M1S4 30
SEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK A CO. for choice
bargains. W1 N. z. uie uiQg. lei. luia
CHARLES E., 1203
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property ana rarm lands. The o. r .
Davis, Co.. Room 662, Bee Bldg.
HARRISON A MORTON. FARMS NEAR
OMAHA-929 acres S miles out, ail level,
Improved, $46 per acre; 100. 36 miles out,
all level. Improved, )65 per acre; 140, S
miles of So. Omaha, 1100 per acre. Im
proved, on paved road. HARRISON
MORTON. OMAHA. RE MS0S
HARRISON 4V MORTON. FARMS.
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If yen wast to sell farm or ranch, tell
the tanaers and stock ralaers about It. Tbs
beat ii) to reach them is through
This agricultural weekly goes to 16,000
homes of farmers gad atockralaers. so if
you hava a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you ought to And a buyer
among them. The cast of aa ad Is small
I ceata per word.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
FORTY-TWO acrea, four miles from P. O.,
bottom land, fins for gardening H.&oO. W.
1. Graham. Bee Bldg. RE 225 29
FIVE ACRES on 30th street, between Ames
Ave. and t- 44. v. K. K , an ele
gant tract, suitable for subdividing; on
grade; paving paid. Make us an offer.
VV'eslerffeld A Hill. SU First Nat I Bank.
RE 42 SO
WEIJ. built s-r house, on fine lot and beau
tiful location. Inquire 1411 Vinton.
RE 223 N24
(OR BALE Fine Virginia farms, with rich
bottom land along lb famous Roanoke
liver; mild climate, cheap labor, wlnttr
araalng. low freights, direct route to east
em markela at 16 00 to 115 w) per acre.
For full baxticalaxs. a4drM Osburu A
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
KFT SET'S wall paper, 17th and Douglas.
Phone 1L RE 971
HOttTHAftU ASU 11 1'KWIUTiMJ.
OHEtiO S. IL. Touch T. W.. Sua. Branches,
Teleg. Cat free. Om. Com. Col., It A Doug.
A. C. VAN SANT'S schooL 717 N. T. Life.
BOYI.ES college court reporter prtncli al,
N. Y. Life. 979
NFll. liuslneta & Shorthand College, Boyd a
LOST, at comer of Leavenworth and 27th
streets, nbout 4 p. m. Bimiay, an in
fants white flsnnil ehaal with embroid
ered edge. Will the lad who found It
please return to J. L. Brandels at Bona'
tajik and receive reward. Lost 427 3u
LOBT-Oreat Dane dog (black), not quite
full-rruwn; any perxon giving Informa
tion leading to conviction of parties aieal-
I n tr tli,. , .V t.i .1 t M,uli'A mn.iunll.1 r-., .
aard. Address Lock Box No. tu., Omaha,
Lost M4 31
MA.M FACTl RI.MG.
P. MELCUIOR. Uth and Howard, ma
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
sates. G. Andreen, 1'rop., lvl S. luth bu
OS 1 LufA I'll V.
G1D. E. ALICE JOHNSON, osteopatha
suite u a. x. iue uiag. lei. 104.
Mrs. Grace Tlsdule Deegan. 133 Bee Bldg.
Tel. 2fSs. Ml
OMAHA COLLEGE OF Ml SIC.
OMAHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC and FINE
ARTS. fatuity, twenty-two teachers.
Terms and prospectus, F. H. Wright,
namge oiug. us u
SINGERS, First Presbyterian choir. Ap
ply F. H. Wright. 315 Ramge bldg. 434 31
WANTED If you have rheumatism write
to us and we will let you know ail about
cur remedy; we cure rheumailpm In all
forms and It coots you nothing tbl cured.
11111 Meulcal Co., Omaha, Neb.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
ceagpouia and vaults, removes gs;'Lae
anu uead ai.imais at reuueed pricca. t21
is. ibin. Tel. L.9. l&l
PRICES are higher on blcyclea for next
year; get one now ana save a per cent, at
Fiescher's, Jb-2 Capitol ave. -MM 1
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.;
U. R. l.aihbun, Room 15, Com ! fai i bank.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; U DUbiiieas co.-inueniiat. 14ul Dojg.aa.
CUT I LATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phiibm, louu Farnam. 'Phone 74.
THINKS AND BAGGAGE.
XWIN CITY EXP. "Phone 1717.
60S S. 16th.
L. M. E. hauls trunka. Tel. 780.
CAPT. TIIOt5. CORMICK, private detec
tive, 617 Kaibaca block, lu a:si.
' M7oJ NB
CARPENTERS AD JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attenued to. J. i. uenmree.
tn anu Lsxe streets. 3u
OMAHA Hydraulic Press Brick Co., 21
New vork Lite. Phone 910. 202 N-23
GRAND Electric Co.. 16 & Jackson. Tel. 2M.
M AMkLhlJU AND Bi CI I EKING.
CURED. JuUa Vaughn. 430 Raroge Bldg.
TYPE 14 R.I EMS.
WHY pay more? Lambert, 126; auperior
tu iluu machinvs. Sunt on approval. Alon.
roe a Co., all N. 16th St., Omaha. 131
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. 611 S- 13th.
HATS dyed, blocked, latest styles. Kamser
Kerr, 2ui j. j,tn, near capitoi Ave.
BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender
son, tel. 1261. 1619 Farnam St., Omaha.
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled Joe i onsen, nil larnara bt.
GOLD, silver and nickel plating. Omaha
Plating Co., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2Uto. SM
FLECTR1C AUTOMOBILES. Deright,' 1119
1 arnam street. vsl
OM. Van Btor. Co., lillH Earn. Tela. 16&9-66S.
OMAHA Steam Laundry: shirts. Sc: collars.
:c; cuffs. 4c. liW Leavenworth, lei. A-l.M.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
a-riiiuiv jr. PRirE at! a M'l Kk mt
OMAHA Hay Balo Tie Co., 611 North 16th.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1424 & 13th.
Miss Sturdy, 2jt) Harney.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changea may occur at auy time.)
Foreign malls tor the week ending No
vember 1. 1j2. will close (PROMPTLY In
all casea) at the general poatofnee aa fol
lows: Parcels post malls close one hour
earlier than closing time snown below.
Regular and supplementary malls close
at foreign station half hour later than clos
ing time shown below (except that supple
mentary malls for Europe and Central
America, via Colcn, close one hour later at
WtriXEIDAT-AI 6 90 a. m. for r.l'ROPR.
ptr s. a- Phllads:phia, via eauihAicptou
(msll for Ireisnd must be directed "per
S. s. Philadelphia''; at :M a. m. (supple
mentary 1 h. m.) for EUROPE, rcr s. s.
Majestic, via Cjiiccnslown: at 11 a. tn. for
DENMARK tllrect, per s. s. osesr II
tnmil mnn be directed "p?r s. s. Oscar
THURSDAY At 7 a m for FRANCE.
FW1TZEH LA Nil ITALY. SPAIN. PORT
UttAL TURKEY. EGYPT. GREECE.
RH1TISH INDIA and UHJKN'ZII MAR
Cll'E,. pr s. s. I Savuif. via Havre
imall for other parts of Europe must be
directed "pet s. s. 1.K Ha vole" .
SATI'RlAY At a. m. Tor ITALY direct,
per s. h. lhn (mall must be directed "per
s. s. Lalin"); at 7 a. m. for FRANCE,
per s. a. I.A Gascogne, via Havre (mall
for other parts of Europe must be di
rected "per s. s. I Oascogne"): at 7:30
a. m. for NKTIIKliUM'8 direct, per
s. s. Rotterdam (mall must be directed
"per s s Rotterdam"!: at . a. m. for
HE131UM direct, per S. . Finland (mall
must be directed "per a. 8. Finland"!; at
9:So a. m. for SCOTLAND dlrei t. per s. s.
Anchotla (mail miift be directed "per e. s
Anchorla": at M:3(i a. m. (supplementary
32 m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Etrtirih, via
PRINTED MATTER, F.TC.-Thls steamer
takes printed matter, cnmmerclnl papers
and samples for Germany only. The same
class of mull matter for other parts of
Europe will not be sent by this ship un
less slecla!l directed by It.
After the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic mails named above, addi
tional supplementary malls are opened on
the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamera. and remain
open until within ten minutes of the hour
cf sailing of steamer.
Malls for Sooth and Central America.
West Indies, Etc.
WEDNESDAY At 12:3" p. m. (supplement
al- 1 p. m l ror tcrks island ana
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC per s. s. New
York: at 12:30 p. in. (supplementary 1:3U
p. m for ST. THOMAS. ST. CROIX.
LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS,
BRITISH. DUTCH and FRENCH GUI
ANA, per e. a. Fontabelle (mall for Bar
bados must be directed "per a. a. Fonta
belle"): at 11:30 p. m. for JAMAICA, per
s s. Admiral Pchley. from fhlindripnia
THURSDAY At s a." m. for CUBA. Yl'CA-
TAN, CAMPECHE. TABASCO and CHI
APAS, per p. s. Esperanxa (mail for other
parts of Mexico must be directed "per s. a.
Esperanr.a": at 11:30 a. m. for ARGEN
TINE, URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per
8. a. Cnvour; at 1 m. for SANTIAGO, per
s. s. Clenfuegos: at 1 p. m. for NEW
FOUNDLAND, per s. a. Corean, from
FRIDAY At J2 m. for MEXICO, per s. s.
bnntlago, via i ampico (man must ne ai-
reeled "per s. a. Santiago ); at :) p. m.
for BERMUDA, per steamer rrom Hali
fax. SATURDAY At 9 a. m. (supplementary
9:30 a. m.) ror nmni mco, i-ckacao
and VENEZl ki.a, per s. s. i-miaaciphia
(mail for Savanllla and Cartagena must
be directed "per s. e. Philadelphia"): at
9 30 n. m (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for
FORTUNE ISIjAND. JAMAICA. 8AVA-
NILLA and CARTAGENA, per s. s. Alene
(mall for Costa Rica must be directed
ner a. s. Alene'): at 9:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 10:30 a. m.) for HAITI, per s. s.
Adirondack; at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per
a. s. Morro Castle, via Havana; at 1! m.
for BARBADOS and NORTH KRN BRA
7.1 1-per a. s. Cearense, via Para and
Manaoa; at 12:30 p. ra. for CUBA, per a. .
Curltyba. via Matanxas (ordinary mall
onlv. which must be directed "per a. s.
Mnlls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at
this office daily at 6:30 p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wednesday and
Saturday). Mans ror Miqueion, by ran
to Boston, and thence by steamer, cloe
at this office dally at :o p. m. .Malls for
Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and
thence by steamer, close at this office
dallv, except Thursday, at 5:80 a. m. (the
connecting closes are maae on Monaays.
Wednesdays and Saturdays). Malls for
Mexico City, overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch by steamer, close
at this office daily, except Sunday, at
i art r. m and 11:30 n. m . Sundava at 1
p. m. ana li:-' p. ra. aibiib tor i:oia
Pica, Bellx". Puerto Cortex and letter
mail for Guatemala, by rail to New Or
leans, and thence by steamer, close st
this office daily, except Sund-iy, at 1:20
n m. and 11:30 p. m.. Sundays at ! p. m
and ll:30 p. m. (connecting closes here
Mondays at Ml :30 p. m. for Belise, Puerto
Cortex and letter mall for Guatemala, and
Tuesdays at 'lUSO p. m. for Costa Rica).
Registered mall closes at p. m. previous
Malls ' for- Tahiti and Matquesas Islands
via Han Francisco, close nere aauv at
6:30 p. m. up to October 28, Inclusive,
for riiKcatch ner s. s. Marlnosa.
Mails for the Philippine islands, via San
Francisco, close nere aaiiy bt p. m.
up to October 27, Inclusive, for dispatch
Mr U. 8. transport.
Malls for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and Victoria, B. .c, close here aany at
6:30 p. m. up to October 2s. Inclusive,
for disnatch ner s. s. EmDress of Japan
(registered mail must be specisny ua-
dretsed. Merchandise for 1 . S. Postal
Agency at Shanghai cannot be rorwaraea
Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle,
close here dally at :30 p. m. up to Oc
tober 2ft. Inclusive, for dispatch per a. a.
Klnshlii Maru. - (Registered mall must be
directed "via Seattle").
Mails for Australia (except West Australia,
which Is forwarded via Europe) rew Zea
land, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via San
Francisco, "close here dally at 6:30 p. m.
after October l and up to November
1. Inclusive (If the Cunard steamer
-arrylng thJ British mall for New Zea
land does not arrive In time to connect
with this dispatch extra malls (closing at
6:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Sun
days at 4:90 a. m.' 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.)
will be made up and forwarded until the
arrival of the Cunard steamer) for dis
patch ner a. a. Sonoma.
Malls for Hawaii, Japan, China and Philip
pine islands, via nan r ranciaco, close nere
dally at 6:! p. m. up to November ;
Inclusive, for dispatch per a. a. Korea.
Mails for Australia (except West Aus
tralia, wnicn goes via Lurope, ana iew
Zealand, which goes via San Francisco)
and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver and Vic
toria. B. C. close here dully at 6:30 p. m
after November ! and up to November
x, inclusive, ror aispatcn per s. s,
Mails for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, cloae
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November
"10. Inclusive, for dispatch per a. a. Aia
Malls for Hawaii. China. Japan and Philip
pine . islands, via San t rancieeo. close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November
10, inclusive, tor aispatcn per s. s
Malls for China and Japan, via Tacoma,
close nere cany at :w p. m. up to jno-
vember 14. Inclusive, for dispatch per
j. s. Ictorta.
Transpacific malls are forwarded tn port
of sailing dally and the schedule of closing
Is arranged on the presumption ot tnel
uninterrupted overland transit. Regl
tered mall closes st 6 p. tn. previous day
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postoffloe., New York, N. Y.. Oct. 24, 1902
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE
STORES Office of Purchasing Commissary
l . B. Army, omana, Keo tjctooer 20, use.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, for furnish
ing bacon, Issua, dry aalt cure, in crates,
will be received at thla omce, at the omci
of the Purchasing Commissary, U. S. Army
Kansas City. Mo , anu at tne omce ot tin
I Purchasing Commissary, U. 8. Army. Chi
eago. III., until 11 o ciocg. a. m.. w eanes
I day. November 5. 1H02. at which time an
)ihim iiic-y 111 vm pun:icij U-ir-Ul. Allll.ir
of domestic production or manufacture will
be preferred to thoae of foreign origin, cost
ana quality oeing equ.w. opecincaiions ua
to quantity required, date and places of de
livery, blank proposals und further in
formation furnished, tin application to either
oftlce. Envelopes containing proposal
should be endorsed "Proposals for Hub
slutence Stores, to be opened Wednesday
November 6, IS107, and addressed to v . 11
HKAN, Major, t omm'.ssary, i-urcnasin
Commissary, Omaha, Neb.
id la -i 2s rt jo 11
FORT RILEY. Kan., Oct. 23. 1SK2-Bea!e
proposals, in triplicate, will be received here
until 11 a. ai. Mivemoer 2-. 1Mb, lor con
atructlon of Two Ioubl Seta of Non. Com
Btaff Ouarleta. Information furnished uuo
I application here, also at Offices ot Depot
uuartermaaitis, Chicago, 111.; Bt. juuuis,
Mn.. and Omaha. Neb. Right reserved
accept oi reject any or all bids or any part
thereof. Envelopes lo be endorsed 1'ro
rls for Construction of Buildings.'-' ad
dressed "Captain CI. O. Cress, CJ. M.
tit a n a st ."v;t 2j
r ROPOSAI.S FOR SUBSISTENCE STORES
Oftlce jurchaatng commissary, c. .
Army, Omaha, Neb., October 2. Ia.2. Kealnd
Bl con. flour. coiTee. sugar, canned goods
etc. Preference; will be guen to articles of
domestic production. Blank proposals and
si ertrksHone can he obtained al tht office.
W. 11 ULAN, 1'urvhaetug comttl-r
proposals, auujeui - me usual conuiiioiie,
will be received at W office until 10 o'tiocs
a. m- November 6. Z. at which time and
place they will be pljlicly opened, for fur
rlihlnr subtiUtencei- stores as follows:
t.tMLRVMENT MITH E.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omsha. Neb , th t. 2". 1:G. Sealed ropos
als. In triplicate, subject to the :iual con
ditions, will be received at this office, until
l' a m., central standard time. Noveml-er
2". 1C. for furnishing material and laimr
In construction of a frame Quartermas
ter's stable at Fort Crook. Neb. Full In
formation furnished on application to this
omce. where plans and specification mar
bs seen, or to the Quavtermnster, Fort
(Took. Proposals to be marked "Propos
als for Stable." and addressed to JNO W.
PULLMAN, Chief Quartermaster 1
t D2-27-;a-29-9 N 1T-1I.
Full Sot of Tooth S3
Special Free Clinic
BR1DOO WORK DONE FREE
$5.00 Gold Crowns, $3 Up
IN ORDER TO INCREASE OUR CLINIC
we want every man, woman and child to
have their mouths examined by the profes
sors of this college. All our work will be
Small charges for materials.
We do as we advertise
Bet of Teeth.. -...3.i Oold Fillings, ,60c :ii
Bridges 2 8S Silver Fillings .. I.V
22k Gold Crowns. 3.0"' Bridge Work ....tl sl
MOI DhXTAL COI.I.F.liE
OK PAIL:SS 1ETTSTRV.
1522 DOUGIAS STREET, ROOM 4.
Open Daily; Nights till 9; Sundaya, 10 to 4.
AILWAY TIME TABLE.
NIOX STATION lOTH AND MARCV
Chirac, Reek lelaael PariSe.
Chicago Daylight L't'd.a 6:00 am a 6:46 am
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:00 am a 9:38 pm
hlcago Express bll:l& am a b pm
Dea Moines Local a 6:20 pm bll:50 am
hlcago Fast Express.. a 6:06 pm a 1:24 pra
Rocky Mountain L't'd..a 6:50 am a 4:6 am
Lincoln. Colo. Springs,
oenver, rueDio ana
West a 1 JO pm a S:42 pm .
Colo., Texas, Cal. and -
Oklahoma Flyer ......a 6:20 pm all:40 pm
1 hlcago A Northwesters.
"The Northwestern Line."
Fast, Chicago .....a 1:40 am a 7:00 am
Mall a 7:60 pm a JO am
Local Sioux City a S M am a 1:60 pm
Daylight bt. Paul a 7:26 am aJ0: pm
Daylight Chicago a s:uo am au:xo pm
Local Chicago a!0:66 am a 6:10 pm
Local Carroll a 4:00 pm a 9.60 am
Fast Chicago a 4:66 pm a 4:06 pm
Limited Chicago ........a S:10 pm a 9:20 am
fast St. raui .-...a : pm a s:ia sun
Fast Mall , t :M pm
Local Sioux Clty.......b 4:00 pm b 9 6 am
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 7:90 pro
The Fast Mall - a 1:60 am. a S.26 pm
California Express a 4:26 pm
Pacific Express all :3V pm
Eastern Kx press a f :so pm
The Atlantic Express... a 1-J0 am
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am a 1:40 am
Chicago Special a S:40 am
Lincoln, Beatrice ana
Btromsburg Ex b 4 pra ix:oo pm
Grand Island Local.. ...b S:N pm b 9:16 pm
Chicago Express s t:20 am a S:10 pm
Chicago, Minneapolis A
St. Paul umlted a iw pm a s am
Minneapolis A St. Paul
Express b 7:90 am bl0:8 pm
Chicago Express - alOJt pm
St Louis Express ,.aJ0 :00 am ilApn
K. C. A St. L. Ex: al0;60 pm a 6.16 am
St. Ixula '.'Canon Ball" '
Express m a :w am a s:ao am
St. Louiit Local, Coun
cil Blufis .a:iaxa ai:se pm
tklcago, MllveasUee A St. PaaL
Chicago A Omaha Ex. ,b 7:40 am b 1:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex.. ...a 1:09 pm 70 am
BURLINGTON STATION 10TH MASON
Barllagtea A Mtsswwrl Rlvar.
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln ... a s:au am su: am
Nebraska Expreaa a :40 am a 7:46 pm
Denver Limited a 4:a pm a s:s am
Black Hills and Puget
Sound Exnress all:10 m 1:10 om
C o I o ado Vestlbuled
Fiver a :ie pm
Lincoln last Mall b 1:10 pm a 1:17 am
Fort crook ana jfiatis-
mouth t l: cm Ul am
Bellevue A Paclflo Jet. .a 7:60 pm a S:I7 am
Bellevua A Paclflo Jet.. a 1:00 am
Chlcaso, Barllagtoa A Untaey.
Chicago Soectal a 70 am a 4:06 am
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. .a 4:00 pm a 7:80 am
Chicago Local ..a :av am all:oo pm
Chicago Limited a 6:06 pm a 7:90 am
Faat Mall a 1:46 pm
Kansas City, St. Joseph A Coaaell
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 1:20 am a l:fS pm
St. Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm all:16 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:30 pm a 6:14 an
WEBSTER DEPOT 24TH A WEBSTER
Chleagro, St. Paal, Mlaaeawolta A
Twin City Passenger. ...a 6:30 am a 4r00 pm
Sioux CMty Fasaenger.,.a i:w pm aii:xoam
Emerson Local b 6:40 pm b 9.46 am
Freaaoat, Elkaora .A Mlaseart
Black Hills, Dead wood.
Hot springs a 1:00 pm a 1:00 9m
Wyoming. Casper and
Douglas d 1:60 pm 1:00 pm
Hastings. York, David .
City, Superior, Geneva, ,
Exeter and Seward.... b 1:00 pm b 1:00 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont b T: am blO:at am
Fremont Local 7:30 am
Mlasaarl Pari So.
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:2t am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday. Bun
day only, d Dally except Saturday. Dally
CURIOUS THINGS IN THE MAIL
Colored Bay Adds te Variety by Drop,
plasj Live Ktttea Dwa
The Untied States mall service is eoatln
ually handling all aorta of curious things,
but the limit was about reached yesterday
when a kitten properly tagged ana ad
dressed and stSmped was pushed through
the window labeled "packages." The sender
wa a colored boy as small (hat ha eon Id
ararrely reach the window, and when the
rlerka at the postofflce explained to him
that the animal conld not go through the'
malls and forced him to take It back his
contempt for the Institution was unlimited
"Why can't I aend it?" he walled. "It's
a present to ma aunt, and they alt needs a
rat. I done apent ma money tor stamps
for dis animal and I spee youss don't take
it cause Ise colored."
Tbo curiosities of (be mails do a great
deal toward breaking the routine of a pos
tal clerk's life. A letter Monday was
sent on to President Roosevelt which bore
nothing on the envelope but the word "for."
followed by a picture of the preslaeaL An
other epistle which will do doubt touch the
heart of the recipient was one which bore
on the left half of the envelope a picture
of an Omaha girl looking through a window.
Over the photograph read, "I am looking
for," and then followed the name and ad
dress of a man in New York.
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