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THE OMAHA DAILY ltKH: TUESDAY. NOVEM11EK 1, 1!02,
will l.hti watll IB sn. for ',b
firtUt oollloa mm4 aotll ) n . .
lor rains wo ulir ooltloo..
Rates, 1 l-3e) a ward flrat laserttoo,
la war4 thereafter. Aethla take)
far les ibaa Jlrto far I S)rs4 lser
lit. These .it.rlliranti sasax to
4rMwl fa a lakrrrl letter la ear)
at Tar Bff. inwtri so tNrrHtl will
flellvere a araaratatlaa ( tart)
W TF.D-M tt.K HELP.
HUSTLING deputies wanted; men or
women, splendid contract. The Garden
ers. 415 Bee Bldg. B 275
WANTED, young man stenographer; give
references. ag and expected eslsry. Ad
dress K 85, Bee. 1 MT-i3
WAXTLD. a hosiery and underwear sal
man tor state of Nebraska and lows.
Bo 2, Marlon. inl. B M4.1i;
WANTED Tor I". H army, abie-bodled un
married men between age of 21 and 35,
citltcna of United State, of good hr
rter snd'' t mperate habit, who can
apeak, read and write English. Knr Infor
mation apply to Recruiting Officer, lfith
and podge St., Omsba, and postnfTioe
building. Lincoln. Neb. . . B 1)31
GOOD messenger wanted; high sciatic.
A. D. T. Co.. 211 Bo. 13th 8t. B M4M
The Hawka Nursery Company,
. Wsuwatosa, .Wis.
B M37S N6
WANTED, competent stenographer; man
familiar with shipping buaintsa preferred.
Addresa 17. Bee. V MKii
WANTED, boy to take cgre of furnace and
cow. K76 N. 2Mh Ave. B-114
WANTED, first-class coat, vest and pants
makers; steady work, good pricea. Mac
earthy Tailoring Co.. 1712 Farnam.
J. J. COWLEY. Elliott. la., wants a har.
;ea miker at once. B Mr4
WANTED, three carpenter; 12.50 a day.
Address ian. Shleslger, 'Contractor. Vutan,
Neb. E Mn4
IX3LI.F.CTOR for Nebraska; good aalary;
single man preferred. Hlxenbkugh Co.,
fcwVareblk. B MKW
WANTED, a man to sell brooms by sam
ples, as side line. Oeneva Broom Factory,
Geneva, Neb. B M707 4"
ePIENPID chaaoe for men to learn barber
trade now; new methods, excellent facili
ties, abundance of practice, quallned
teachera, toola given, board provided, in
creasing demand for graduates; best trad
In ealstence . for poor maji. Catalogue
mailed frea. Moler Barber College. 1308
Pouglaa Bt. B M7t 7
WANTED. carpenters Immediately; new
Omaha shops, Bloux City. Geo. J. Grant,
Contractor. B M72G 13
WANTED. WANTED. WANTED.
Machinists, boiler makers, blacksmiths, ma
chinists' helpers, boiler makers' helpers.
blacksmiths' helpers, to take the place of
strikers;- good wags;. free transportation
and good climate. Room 33, McCoy hotel
Chicago. B MS3
writer.. Monroe At
sell Lambert Type-
Co., bll N. 16th Bt.,
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
Call Canadian office, l&th & Podge.
GIRL tor general housework. SfiC3 Pierce
ttreet. - c w
WANTED, working housekeeper In family
cf th'ee adults. AOdresa J 14, Bee.
. C tel
WANTED, a good girl for general house
work: no waehlng, 3.aO per week. 1614
N.MtliSt; i C 01
WANTED, a cook, Mrs. A. L Reed. C0
Farnam C M421
WANTED.- gtrl for general housework;
(-nod wages. Mrs. Mineral. 976 N. ZSlh
WANTED, good girl to assist to general
housework, small laauiy. Appiy .i do,
2th Bt. C-M444
WANTED, woman to do family washing at
her home, near Ziin aoa jueavenwortn.
Addresa N I. Bee. C 222
WANTED." a. competent' second girl. "727
Jackson. , C 601 7
A LADT desires the services cf a refined
omu who thoroughly understands mas
sage and scalp treatment; must assist
with child years old; good wages and
good home.' Addresa X a2, .Bee. - '
WANTED, a girl for general housework.
72 8. th at. C-M784 4
WANTED Student .nurse at South Omaha
hospital. C 761
WANTED, an educated, neat girl, who 1
wining 'to assist In upstairs work. Mrs.
J. U Brandels. f26 Dodge Bt, C 447 Nl
WANTED, a young lady stenographer, one
who understand bookkeeping. Apply at
Boyd a theater. C-M.' I
FOR REH ! HOl SA.a.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.. office, 1.4 11 Farnam, or Tels..n6l.swl.
.. . P tii
VAN'S and baggage wagona.
UinilCCC In all parts of city. The O.
nUUOtO F. Davis Co., 5i Bee Bldg.
W X. 24TH ) BT., Bouth Omaha a nice I
room -cr-Uriac Wlnlam K. Potter. R-celi-er.
'3 tirown B:ock. P i9
MAGQARD Van ft Pierage Co. T'i. lit.
FOR RENT. 6-Toom house, furnlahed. all
modern, r.lce lawn, front and back, large
saaoo trees. iau ai -iw un.o M.
. P 7t9 !
HOUSES and flat. King-wait. Barker block.
- - IV-4J
rVR RENT One l-room house, with in
water and sewer. Just been placed in
nrst-ciaaa repair, in gooa icH-atlon. C. M.
Bachmauu, -p-sl laxton Block.
DESIRABLE 10-room house, almost new,
modern ra every particular, rui front.
full lot. aved street, convenient lo street
HOWARD KKNXEPT BON.
-J" First Nstlooal Bank Building
HOl'SEB. G. G. Wallace,
FOR RENT Ietrtiecl bouae. seven rooms
and hfUh.- 21K I'airf oral. ', : low ran
inquire F. N Clark. J. L. Brandeis Sc
Hons bank. - P M431
9KR PATNK. ROBTWICK CO. for choice
houses. xn-2 X. . Life Bldg. Tel 11C
, P 41
r'OK RENT, furnlahed eight-room bouse.
modern, near High school; will take room
and board In exchange for rent; refer
ences exchanged. Address N 4. Bee.
E tB 8. ltk. Oat. KS fit or. snoflern, 7 room
11 27wl Woolworth, H rooms, modera, fur
nace. Ill Sn. 2Sd. 7 room, modem.
Jfc 362 Capitol Ave., I rooms, modern, fur
17 4H Hamrrton St.. I room, city water.'
Wa bava others. Call and get list.
R. C. PETERS CO.,
Ground Floor, Be. Bldg. '
-ROOM, modern, good repair, on Bo. 12 J
Ave. 'Phons jJS. P 4a
MODERN Ij'oom flat, facing Hsnecom
Park. tJ&-0. . 'Phone 123. P 572 N
. - . FOR RENT..
12-ream modern hou and barn. 2117'
' Wetter 135
room modern housei zzn Norta iKtn
.v-room modern houae. 10 Poppleton
a enue 20
room imxterii tteus. a-ii puuar Bi u
rvmi modern bouse and barn, 74
ihiuih .ih Bt V 17
ii.tMA.N-LuV 4t CO, M Bouth 1 Ufc bl
FDR BKXTHOt E.
1,-:12 SO. 24TH ST..
wtr. Il'' on.
S'7 Jackson St.. 7-r.
S-r., city water ana
. all modern, elegant.
;. N. 2th A.e K-r., all modern
iri, ei-giint. w.
Ti'ii Hurt tt., -i . modern ex.' furrmee 126 0
2M5 N l""h Ft . 7-r . nil modfrn. r.i1.
P.AVNK INVESTMENT C( iMPAN Y.
Trl. 37M. Main Floor N. Y. I Bids;.
D ft 4
-ROOM modern, near High wchoc.1. 127.50.
'-ruitn honee, 36th and Charles, 120 li.
Enquire 254!) Cap. Ave. TeL 673. IV H.
FOR RENT, A-room cottage, close In, rholce
neighborhood, gat, city and dtem water.
(-room cottage, 111. Inquire at ff7
N. 1Mb at. p MTT7 4
"."fc.o BURT, A rooms, modern, nice lawn,
r.'H N. IMh, -rom modern. $fm.
tM X. lfth. S-room. modern. Ii:.i
W. FARNAM PM1TH CO,
lia Farnam Pt.
ROOM modern hnase. M" X. Rd. new!r
papered and painted throughout, elatem.
large cemented cellar, strittly flrt-clas
home and neighborhood, I:; key next
door. Inquire V N. V. Life Blcg
X 7 B Ittth. flat, 2d floor, modern, 7
U p. 2Sd, 7 rooms, moderh.
IIS.00 SH23 Vlanderson St., 7 rooms, modern,
t25' 226 Capitol are., S rooms, modern,
tl2 .so 26S1 Spencer St., rooms, m'wiern.
$ 7 oo 4J"4 Hsmllton St., t room, city water.
We have others. Call and get list.
R, C. FETERS & CO..
Ground Floor, Bee Bldg.
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FOR RE5IT-ri IUIIHID HOOHI.
DEWET European hotel, 12th aid Farnam.
tl PER WEEKr-422 Bo. lfth Bt., one block
south of court nousa. ty s:
AETNA HOUSE, European, l&h Und Podga
. Hi ati
TWO nice,' cooL furnished or unfurnished
ROYAL HOTEL, European, lth A Chicago
HANDSOME steadheated room.
FOR RENT, to gentleman, large, well fur-
ti lined front room, witn aioove, stsnra
heat, gaa, bath, telephone, central, rea
sonable. 1623 Douglas. E 111
120 X. 17TH eu. Beat iteamheated rooms.
. K M37 N
STEAMIi EATED room, 110 per month.
Barker hotel, lato and Jonea gts.
2 FURN1BED room. 191S Bpencer. E 40$
BACK parlor suitable for two gentlemen.
choice location. J el. A-2068. Is. isa-
FURNISHED rooms for light housekeep
ing. POUglas. Ij M&63 M
PLEASANT room, privte family. 2223 Burt.
NEAT, clean, furnished room for your in
Fictlon, one block from three car lines;
board of desired. 324 Hurt, ti iii4 t-
BOUTH front alcore room,
SEVEN modem, elegant, unfurnished
rooms, on tirst floor, centrally luoated, to
a small family. S24 N. nh at.
FlTtSISHKD ROOMS AKD BOARD.
MERRIAM, comfortable winter home. Tel Si
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board, rates reasonable. .Midland Hotel,
. Wth and Chicago. , .F-KW
NICELY furnished rooms, flrst-claas table
POH RfcXT IKFI BSISHED ROOMS.'
riVE rooms for
rent. 25 X. lath.
I ELEGANT unfurnished rooms. ( bit Bo.
21t Ave. G 5(4 !
2 OR 8 unfurnished or furnished room
625 Bo. nh street. O Mm V
FOR REST STORES ASD OFFICES.
FOR RENT, store, in flrst-cla tocatlont
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Peter as
Vo.. ground Hoor. Bee BWg. 1268
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu'
piel by The Bee at it rarnam bl it
has four stones and a basement which
was formerly used as The Be press room
This will be rented very reasonably. If
interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room AIM, Bca building.
HALLS FOR RENT.
CREIQHTOX hall and Bchllti Roof garden
for balls, banquets, cara parties, smoker
meetine. convention, etc- Botn . nan
are the largest in the city, have large
OresFlng rooms and boxes for cloaks, hat
and coats; will rent reasonably. Apply
to Wm. H. Moraudf Manager, Crelghtou
hall. Phone 1U22. l 4S0 NT-
HIGH GRADE 4GENT WANTED
We want a first-cla" mah In earh county
to sen our Ma no art Ktocsr rood to larm
er. He. must have a good team, good
business anility, some knowledge of live
stork, l in good stanalng in every way
and a steaay. worker. A permanent, good
paving business to. the tight man. Ad
uresi. giving age. experience, present
TnK K. av baXBOP.X COMPANY, Omaha.
Neb. - J 71a N12
1W AGENTS WANTED to sell delrable
old-line Insu-snce lor tne largest com
pany in the world of Its age; no special
contract tsklrs or leg pullers need apply.
We sell tne best contract ever wrmen;
good territory and commissions given to
good, reliable men. Call on or write to
George J. Crane, f Jperlntendent Western
leprtment. iiK Flret Nat'4 Bank Bldg.,
omaha. Neb. J Mi2S P2u
WANTED. conTasslng- agents lrf every
county to solicit sunscnption to THIS
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMh.lv.
Steady employment, with assured good in
come. Ageiiia in the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily r to HUB per month. Ad
ores. Century Parmer doiicltors Bureau,
Bee building. Omaha. . . 211
AGENTS wanted In every county of the
I nlted Stat? to represent our Une of
leather goods novel ilea, sold direct from
manufacturer to the public. Van or
womun ot push can make ix.ui a day and
upward tw. lulling our slieclal noil. lay ol
ftr We manufacture pocketbooks. purses,
chatelaine hats wrist bags, cigar cases.
Htart at once. . Write today for catalogue
and special terms lo agents. The Ameri
can leather Goods Co.. Prpt. B. ls Htr-
ktmer St . Brooklyn. N. Y .
8EOONlHANn hand lire engine wanted at
once. C. E. Barlow, Decatur. Neb.
EQUITIES in encumbered property. John
Lyman. 14 Aearl St., Council Bluff.
WANTED lo b-j', a sto-k of dry goods or
a general slock. Addresa N 33. lice.
WANTED, twenty cars of choice upland.
Nebraska bay. Addresa Sib Haighi, Box
. Kxd Oak. la. N M757 4
FOR VLB Fl RS1TTRE.
CHICAGO FurtUture Co., 1410 Pudge. TeU
2u2u. New anil.secucdtuuid, bought, sold.
exrnhneen f 14,1
FOR gal.fc HORIKs, WAGOXI, ETC.
HARRY FROST paints and reialra wagona.
S;e Hire. I4ta sua Araenwurib. Tel. 1447.
FOR SAIJS ot Uade, thoroughbred .Whit
Arebtaa stallion, weight l.l'tl Kunds
aged 1 jeirs Ogdeu Lively Council
Bl-fla. r-V7l4 t
HO good work liorses, tneap- Owner
Veavlig ell;, atubrua bru ;V Boutl
rOR 4LF.-MIt KI.L.F.Ol .
FENCE 1.ATH for qui. k shipment, crib
bing, combination ladder, imi Douglas.
FOR SAU;. phonograph, superior to any
other musical Instrument.- t up. Th
Wluminn Co.. 121 Farnam. w 4;4
EDISON phonograph. 110,. 20 and Uo.
moulded recoros, "c each bt S per dut.;
new wheel. aik up; Mhand. ft up. Umiha
Bicycle Co., join and Chicago cia.
... - . . W ITS
1 STYLES -trusses; catalogue free. Sher
man McCotineil Arug Co., iwn na
Podge, Omalia. 4 '77
FOR "ALE. a pair of imported Mexican
halrleaa dogs. Address K i. Bee.
tvp writers. VU
1XP1AN good and relics.
PHANP aafe cheap. Peright, HIS Farnam.
glass pane. 'Phone 21R1.
Q M3.ri2 N4
CHOICE milch cows. 6 Shetland ponies. B.
T. Campbell, 4211 Center. Fnone iacK
1123. v . Q-784 N15-
SECOND-HAND billiard and pcl tables;
Mlllsrd table repaired: a large' stock oi
cheap bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc..
The Brunswick Balke Collendef Co . 4t'7-
B. l"th. . Q Mi80 30
ALL corn huskers buy the Ideal husker;
I'v pusneis per day; easy tor any ro ,
no sore fingers, no mitts; husker, postpaid-,
for 11,00. . Ray Mfg. Co.. box KS.
Bluffs, 111. ,- Q-Mi! 4
MRS. FRITZ. clsM-Toyant.
114 Cass St.
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist.- J15 S. li.
j - B 41
MME. 8MITH, baths, lis N. li.
2d floor, R 2.
T Stw Nt
MME. AMES, vapor batha, 124 X. 15th. R 7.
t .1 MIWOl
GRACE O' BRYAN of Kj.. 72Q 8. 13th.
DR, ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous hau remuvea cy eiecinciiy. n. u.
-re&aer block. ' U 1
VIAV1. Woman's ay to health. Home
treats enu uooaiei irec. dio
GRAMOPHONES-and guppHea, wholesale
and retail. ColUna piano Co., Lougias.
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before
and during connnement. ur. ana rs.
Geriscb. xt N. loth St.. Omaha. U jo
120 RUPTURE CURED FOR 130 No knlle.
no pain, no aetenuon irora ousiness. wna
for booklet, etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE
CURE CO., 932 N. Y. Life Bid,., Omaha,
DR. JACKSON, 1505 FARNAM ST.
BURE cure for excessive perspiration and
all dlsoroers or me reel; stamp lor par
; Uculars. A. Mayer, Eli Bee Bldg., Omaha,
. u 8513 N
LEARN chiropody, manicure, special mas-
sag-e. bchool of, Hygiene, all Bee Bldg.
V M4i7 WS
ELITE PARLORS'. 1J 8. lth St.. 2d floor.
MME. 8MITH. baths, 118 X. 15, Id floor. R. 2.
U MSU N17
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; babies boarded and adopted.
Mrs. tiaraeia. 24 Lke. Tel. red ikm.
PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and
during confinement; best medical atten
tion; babies adoprea. IVJ4 n. ltn St. Mrs.
Fisher. Tel. F22S9. . U M163 N221
XICE, healthy baby boy for adoption at
2S1S bo. istn street, city. l-mch N4
FRrVATE hospital before and during con
flnement; flrst-clas In every respect
babies adopted. Ir. T. L. Mtller. 2r.04
Biondo Bt. Phone F-11S2. i: M42J N2S
&ARGAINS. entire stock diamonds, watch
. e. Jewelry. In rawn mortgaged, half
price. Diamond Loan office, 14th A Pouglas
' U AIMS
WE RENT -sewing machines at Tbc per
week. We repa'r and sell parts for any
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
'Phone 1S63. Corner 16th and Harney Sts,
Xt4 Broadwav, Council Bluffs. Phone B-61S.
fli North 24th 8L, Bo. Omaha. 'Phone 4365.
V 62 P 1
MO KEY TO LOAf REAL tITATE.
44 PER CENT oh buslners property.
per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE. 4"1 S. 1STH ST.
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha rea
estate. Urennun-LOve Co., am 8. 15th.
4 TO 6 P. C. Money. Semia, Paxton Blk.
- - w i
FARM and city brans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 164.
FIVE PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros.. 1604
FRIVATE money. F. D. Wead.1524 Pouglai
WANTED, city loan and warrant. W.
Farnam Bmttn At Co., 1320 Farnam street.
WANTED, citv tnd farm loans; a.'so bonds
and warranta. R. C. Peter AY Co., 17u2
Farnam Bt.,-Bee Bldg. - V fcttf
WANTED ITi.000 loan on Arsl-class resl es
tate security, inquire Lnxt At Lovgren,
room 4.-7 Paxtou block. W Mi2'
MOKl TO LOA.V 4-HATTELk.
WliEN you tina li necussary to borrow
gave us a trial, alter wmcb we will, by
Tiir treatment, sttcmit to retain your
patronage. M lun irom 10 up on lui
nuure, piano, liv stock, etc. v a.u
uiaaa loan to
without nurtgage or enuorser. We do
not oeouct interim in advauec; we coarge
r.oth.ng lor making. or lulug papeis ana
cur teivlce Is guica and coniioenitai.
aiwa; try to please our patroiik.
UMAHA jdortiGAGe: xaja.s CO.,
1! toara of Trade iiiog Tei. .'2Si
lt,iaDiisba i'.. riouib lth fct.
$f HUM till MltllMt IMI t
LSI IOL itClf HUAblT
HOSX 10 LuAN
FURNITUllE AND SALARIES.
$10 to Inoo loaned on FL'kNIjlkE,
FiANoS. ETC.. and .to ainetl peopi
at tery lowert ratea and iur any lengUi
of time, without pubiir-lty or ic-rucMag
the property, pavment can be maac
to a j it our convenience. ,
Call and get our teriu before tioiug
RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY
Room Third Floor, paxtoq iilock.
HMIIItlltM t lllllt III It tint 1
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
. SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding house, etc., without a.
cunty; ea4et termt; 4o offices la prin
cipal cities. 'lolmau. 440 Board--of 1 raue
Bldg. . X-fc
MONET loaned on plain not lo salaried
people; busir.e oonndcniial; low-est rate
514 Paxton block. The J. A. Uutton Co.
MONEY oaned on furniture, lire stock,
' Jewelry, to salaried people. - Foley Luaji
Co.. Sue. to Duff Greta. I Barker block.
, . . - X-kii
MONEY loaned 00 .piano, furniture. Jew
elry, homes, cow, etc. C. FV Retd, 311 8 li
. .. - - x-:7
LADIES' JACKETS made, al'ared and re-
tuvxitied Jos icutu, liU i eraaJB St.
HI MF.. C H M K..
TO GET In or cut cf bulnes ra'l on Wll
llama. Room 411. McCagi bulldini:.
BAIioX and reslaurart.
Johnson Co , 214 S. lf th.
A snap. L. L
WHEN you wsnt to buy. sell or exchange
your buwricF or property quick e J.
H. Johnson, MS N. T. Life. Y-M!S
WANT to buy, sell or trade a business?
Go see Wilson, Warnes A Co., 417 to 41
t'axtun P.loc-k.- T X1
I OR SALE, ineumnce, land and rental
busints. paying l.rt to 2.' per year;
nice town, northeast Nebraka; gocni ol
flie andTerldencai Addresa M 6.", Bee
FOR SALE The best Vavlng bnwllng aliey
In the state, at Albion. Neb. Two slieys;
doing big business owner going to leave
the citv. lnvest'iKSte quick. Apply to
Box 637. Albion. Ntb. Y-M7(fe 4
CAPITAL secured to promote industrial,
electrical, manufacturing and mining en
terprises. Willis Todd. S20 X. Y. Life
Blug., Omahrf. Y M79 4
TO TRAl'E. railroad grading outfit, teams,
harness, wagons, grstler, plows, scrapers,
wheelers, tents, etc.. .''.0"0, for ( heap land.
L. C. Brown. Loon, la. Z- M
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
SECTIONS 6. 11 and 13, 1n township 11.
range 3". Llnco'n county, .xbrassa. ior
sale or trade, n 1 dear. .Address for bar
gains. Pay Ai Hers. Council Hluffs. la. .
ONLY 4 ITS LEFT IN
BEAUTIFUL EEM16 PARK.
On Hawthorne Avenue, t fine
building lots at (K each,
1 at t!."00
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Main Floor. New York Life Uuildinp.
FOR BALE, 20 acres cf land, good rich
fertile soil. 4 mile from council mun;
two-room house and well, small stable on
It. Price, ll."0. half cash, balance on time
tc suit purchasers. L. H. Reanies, Coun
cil Blufl. la.. R. F. D. Xo. 2.
RE 399 14
ACREAGE. ACREAGE." ACREAGE.
This beautiful suburban acreage property
la situated along the boulevard and Beiie
vue road one mile south of the city limits
of Bouth OmshH. Sightly snrt picturesque.
We are now offering 10 and 2-acre trai ts
In this sddltlon on very reasonable terms.
O'NEILS REAL ESTATE AGEXCY,
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
tbe fanner and tockralser about It. Tbe
beat way to reach them is through
This agricultural weekly goes to 35,000
homes of farmers end stockraiser. so If
you hav a good piece of Ian 4 to sell at a
reasonable price you ought to find a buyer
among Ibem. Tba cost of ad ad is email
I cents per word.
THfc TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
11,630 Two 6-room lottages, 3214 and 21
Charles St.. newly painted and repaired.
tl.iao 4-r. cottage. 2521 S. Uth. lot 60x101.
11. Mio -room cotiafte, iu c. isin. 101 ojhit;.
12.6110 S-room modern houe, 2tl.'S Charlea ft.
12. i0 e-room modern house. 1929 K. 34th St.
$2.200 S-r. modern house, barn, 1314 Francis.
lit 000 J house and 1 rooms. 10.-0- iv. ..u.
, IHtUMAHAKtALlI LU.,
1301 DOUGLAS ST.
. RE M547 N2
FOR BALE," small 'Taotg-of nice land, at
Shth St. and Avenue P, in Council Bluffs,
three blocks from 'cir "line and water
works reservoir ori Brleiidway; new four-
' room cottage and fine sAtade trees on one
tract. Ths property ,1 theap. close In
and certain to lnereaw la value. You
will aav so when you see It. Terms easy.
and. could use a small house and lot or
cheap vacant lot at eah value In part
payment. Call on or addresa H. G. McUee,
14 Pearl St., or Robert Young, at water
work. 36th. St. -and Broadway, Council
Bluffs. ' RE M692 7'
HARRISON & MORTON FARMS NEAR
OMAHA-829 acres, S mNe out, level, Im
proved, 145 an acre: 0i, S2 miles out, level
Improved, Its an acre; 230. ceax Bprlngtield,
very fine. 75 an acre; EDO, near Gretna,
lies beautifully, well Improved, 170 an
HARRISON & MORTON, OMAHA.
RANCH and -faim lands for sale by tba
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A
' McAUester, land commlhsluner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
HOUSES, lots.-fanns. ranches, loans; also
fire Insurance. Be mis, Paxton block.
SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO. for choice
bargains. A1 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. Jul.
WILLIAMSON Farnaalreet": W
HOUSES and lots in all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co.. Room 552, B-ee Bldg.
HARRISON & MORTON,
WELL built l-r house, on fine lot and beau-
tiful location. Inquire 1411 Vinton.
KELfEY'S. wall paper. J7th and Dougla.
'Phone lfic. 1:E 72
GOOD six-room house; large barn, shade
trees, etc.; lot ixl3"; near csr line and
in desirable location. If old at once can
be bought for tl.OMi cash; this is a bar
gain worth Investigating. W. H. RiiBsell
At Co.. 42b Ramge Bid. RE M7H2-4
ciiorthaad and typewriting.
GREGG . H.. Touch T. W., Bus. Branches,
Teleg. Cat. free. Oru. Com. Col., 17 Si Doug.
A C. VAN BANT S school.
717 X. Y. Life.
BOYI.ES college court reporter prlnci.a!,
X. Y Life. -7
SEI1. ltu!nets At 6hfrtband Collage, Bovd's
ALL human diseases can be cured by Prof.
Jonnaon. Old ae rebuilt. Pnn and Jone;,
I.A DIES' Chlrhester's English Pennyroyal
Pills are the best; safe; reliable. Take no
Other. Send c, stamps, lur partlcJUrs.
"Relief for Ladies" 111 letter by return
msil Ask yoor drugplsl. Chlches'r
Chemical Co , Philadelphia. Pa
5iD. V a; ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths,
fcutle 515 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 114.
Mr. Grace Tiadale Decgan. 528 Bee Bldg.
Tel. 2ao. 3d;
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. clean
. cesspools and vaults, removes ga.bage
and dead animala at reduced prices. CI
N Iti'.h. Tel. 177 lb?
TRUNKS AND HAGCAGt.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717.
5ot B. liitb.
ri H DRESSING.
R. GILBERT CO., tanner. 1C4 B. 13th
f( UND A bicycle: describe and pay for
this ad. an So. XOth 6u 7M Ui
LOHT, Monday morning between 11 and 12
o'clock, while eli'Tplng on Fixtcntli
street, between Podge snd Karnsm short
sable boa; rtward. Tel. i'hune A.'4"ti
LOPT. Angcra nanny goat, last seen nrsr
P'tli Slid Arbor yesterday morning. Re
ward for Information or return Tele.
pho,,e !v 11. P. Duncan. Lo't M77 4
OMAHA Ba'e and Iron Wks makes a sre-
clalty cf lire escapes, shutters, doors and
sales. G. Andreen, Prop., hV 8. loth Bi.
LAW AD C OLLECTIOSf.
ST1LLMAX PRICE. 23 U. 8. N l Bk. Bid.
NEB. COLLECTION CO., (6 N. T. Life.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; cli Dutmeaa contlder.tial. 1301 Pouglaa.
CARTEL TEH S AD JOINERS.
ALL kinda of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
-nth and Lake streets. 176
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Pbllbln. 15j6 Farnam. 'Phone 7S4.
OMAHA Hydraulic Press Brick Co.. 211
New York Life. Phone 110. 2ut N-2J
GRAND Electric Co.. 16 & Jackson. Tel. 2MG.
CAPT. THOS. CORMICK, private detec
tie,'&l Kaibach block. Tel. A2-02.
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.;
G. R. Kathbun, Room lu. Com 1 Nat 1 bank.
STAMMERING AKD STCTTER1RG.
CURED. JuUa Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
WHY pay more?
to ViOu machines,
loe & Co., HI N.
Limber t, $25; superior
Bent on approval. Mon
lth St., Omaha. 121
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. 611 3. 13th.
HATS RE ROTATED.
HATS dyed, blocked, lstest styles. Ramser
Ac Kerr, 207 N. 17th, near Capitol Ave.
GOLD, silver and nickel plating. Omaha
Plating Co.. Bee Bldg. Tel. 263a. Vkl
FLECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Derlgtit, 1111
Farnam street. 091
OM. Van Stor. Co., 1S11H Farn. Tela. 1559-80.
OMAHA Steam Lajndry; shirts, 8c; collars,
2c; cuffs. 4c. 17&0 Leavenworth. Tel. A-17KL
OMAHA Hay Balo Tie Co., Sll North 16th.
IX FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy.
BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender
son, tel. 1258, lil Farnam St.. Omaha.
DENVER. COIX).. NOV. 1. 1902.-SEALED
proposals, lu triplicate, will be received
here until 11 o'clock a. m., Dec. 1, 1D02, and
then opened tor constructing a pumphouse
at Fort D. A. Russell. Information fur
nished on application to Q. M , Fort D. A.
Russell, or tne undersigned. I . 8. reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all
bills or any part thereof. Envelopes con
taining bids to be marked froputials for
Fumpnousc, etc." and addressed Lt. Col.
j. . Poue. C. Q. M. 61D1-3-4-5-28-28
POl OFFICE KOT1CE.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
ss changes may occur at any time.)
Foreifc-p mwils lor the week ending No
vember 1. 1K-2. will close (PROMPTLY In
ail canes) at the general postoHice as fui.
lows: PARCELS POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing-time shown be
low. Parcels Pout maila tor Germany close
at 5" p. m. Mnhday per s. s. "K. W. der
Urobse," and Friday per s. s. "Patricia."
Regular and supplementary malls close
at foreign fa lion half hour later than clos
ing time shown below (except that supple
mentary malls for Europe snd Central
America, via Culm, close one hour later at
Transatlantic Mails. '
TUESDAY A l 4:) a. m. for EUROPE, per
8. s. Kalxt-r VMIhelm der GroEac' via
Plymouth, Cherbourg and Bremen; at
5:3k a. m for ITALY direct, per a. a.
Citta til MHauo (mail must be directed
"per . s. Clua di Mllanu").
WEDNESDAY At 6:3m a. m. for EUROPE,
per a. a. St. Paul, via Southampton; at
K: a. m. (supplementary lo a. m.) for
EUROPE, per a. s. Germanic, via Queens-
THUR8DAY At 6:30 a. ni. for EUROPE,
per s. a. Augusta Victoria, via Plymouth,
Cheibourg and Hamburg (mail for France
muet te ulrected "r s. . AuguMa Vic
toria "1: at 1 a. m. Ior FRANCE. SWITZ
ERLAND. ITALY, et'AI.N, 1MKTIGAL
TURKEY. EGYPT. GREECE. BRITISH
INDIA and LORENZO MAKylEZ, per
s. s. la cnam)cigne, via Havre (nmll
ior other part 01 Euro must be di
rected "per 9. ije Chamuaene 1.
FRIDAY At 6:3i p m for AZORES ISL
ANDS, per s. s. Cambronian, from Bos
ton. SATURDAY At 6::to a. m. for EUROPE.
Ier s. Campania, via (jueensluw n ; at
7:3 a. m. for N ETtl hRLANDB direct
per 8. a. Noordam (mall must be directed
"per s. . Noordam 1; at S a. m. for
BELG1LM direct, per s. s. Kensington
tmail muei be iiirectea "per s. s. Ken
eington ',; at :3n a. m. for SCOTLAND
direct. er . u. Ethiopia (mail must be
directed "ier s. . Ethiopia ; at 11
rn. for DENMARK direct, per s. s. lland
tniall must be airecteo per s. s. isiana ).
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
take printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany only. The tame
class of mail matter for o-her part of
Europe will not be sent by this ship un
less neoa'.lv directed by lt.
Afur the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic m.uls named above, addi
tional supplementary mails sre oi-nci1 on
the pier or the American. i.nKiisn
French and German steamers, and remain
epen until althin ten intitules of the hour
of sailing of steamer.
Mails for ttaalb mmd Cealral America
Wrsl ladies, F.lc.
TUESDAY At ;30 a m. (Supplementary
) a. m for CENTRAL AMERICA
n?:ei.t Costa Rl.a anJ SOUTH PA
( I Kit' I'UKTK. er s . Allianca. la
Colon (Utter mall for Guatemala must l
direi teil "xr (. . Allianca 1: at k ' p,
m for JAMAICA.- r . s. Admiral
l-wc. from liiw-ton.
U KO.N t.sl'Al At a. ru lor BRAZIL.
la PernunibiK o. Bahi and Rio Aaueiro
mial i,i Notthern Rtasil. ArKetjtim
Ui-guay and Paraguay must be uirccttd
"per s. s Jtvron "1, at I.JN s m for Kofi
TINE ISLAND, c! s I landria tmstl
for H..111 ninsl U- Oirede,! -'r . .
Flandi-ia"), at 1 . m. for HAITI, per
s. Prins tier N-tlwrlnin:-!i (mail for
Curacao. VenetuiU. Trisidad r.rltis'i
mul pMtch. (Viian mut l" iliritd ) r
. ITins ie- Netherl inrieM ): M ll".:")
a m. f r ARGENTINE. URUGUAY and
FAKA'IUAY. 1 r . s. Cvnur- at 12 m.
for GUADELOUPE M AKTINIyUE.
Iunis.AKiU n,l BRITISH. 1'lTtil ami
FRENCH GUIANA. it e s. Talisman.
TIH'RBPA Y At Sum. for CUBA. YUCA
TAN. CAMPECHE. TAHASiO and CHI
Al'AS, per s . Vigilant la (mail f.r other .
l-arts of Mexico must lie directed " per J
s s. Vlgllancla'"-; at 12 m isupplcmcnt-
nry 12:..o p. m l f'or BAHAMAS and SAN-
TMGO, per s. s, Orlstba. 1
FRIDAY At 19 3. m. for NEWFOUND- 1
LAND direct, per s. s. Bilvla: at 12 m. !
for MEXICO, t r s. S Senech. via Tani
plco (mall must he directed "per . s.
Benrca"). at 12:30 p. m. for 1NAGUA and
HAITI, per . s. Latienhurg.
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for FKRMUP.
fr . e. ITeto.-ln: at a. m. for IMRTO
Rico, per ..- s. Ponce; at 9 a m. isupple
mentnrv 9:t l. tnl for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per s . Zulla (mall for
Savanllla aoT Cartna must be di
rected -Ye' s. Znlla' ): at :i a m.
isupplementarv 10:30 n. m. for FOR
TUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA. SAVAN
1 1. 1. A. CARTAGENA snd GREY TO WN.
rer s s. Valencia (mail for Costa Rica
must be directed "per a. s. Valncla"i;
at 10 a. m. for CUBA.S'er Mxico.
Mills for Newfoundland, by mil to Nonh
Bvdncv, and thence by steamer, close st
this office daily st e:.W p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wednesday and
Baturdavl.- Mails for Mlquelon, by rail
to Boston, and thence by steamer. rloe
st this offic? dally at :& p. m. Malls for
Culm, by rail to Port Tampa, F1h.. and
thence by- slemr. -cloe at this office
ilatlv, except Tlnirsifsy, at 5:S0 a. m. (the
c innecting closes are made on Mondays.
Wednesdays and BsMwdsysl. Mail for
Mexico CltJ. . overland,, unless specially
fci'dressed for dispatch steamer, close
at this t'ffiiie dully, except Sunduy. at
1.30 i'. ra snd u::J p.m.. Hundays at 1
p m. and 11:0" p. m. Mails for Costa
P.lca. Relit". Puerto Cortet and letter
mail for Guatemala, by rail to New Or
lean. and thence try steamer, close nt
this office dully, except Sunday, at ! .30
p. m. and 11: p. m.. Sundays at '1 p. m.
and 11:30 p. m. (connecting closes here
Mondays at lLSO p. m. for Hellse, Puerto
Cortex and letter mall for Guatemala, and
Tuesdavs at lLSO p. m. for Costa Rica).
Registered mail closes st S p. m. previous
Mall for Hawaii, Japan, China and Philip
pine Islands, via Ban Francisco, close here
dally at :30 p. m. up to November 2,
Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Korea.
Malls for Australia (except West Aus
tralia, which goes via h.urope, and rew
Zealand, which goes via Ban Francisco!,
and FIJI Islands, via ancouver ana ic
torla, B. C, close here daily at 8:30 p. m.
after November '1 and tip to November
t. Inclusive, for dlpatch per s. s.
Malls for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close
here dally at S.30 p. m. up to November
10, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Ala
meda. Mails for Hawaii. China. Japan and Philip
pine islands, via Ban r ranclaco. close
here dally at 1:90 p. m. up to November
'10, inclusive, for dispatch per s. s.
Mails for Cblna and Japan, via lacoma.
close here dally, at 6:J0 p. rn. up to io
vember 14. Inclusive, for dispatch per
j. . Victoria-
Malls for Australia (except West Australia,
which la forwarded via Europe! .New Zea
land, Fiji, Bamoa" and Hawaii, via San
Francisco, close here dally at :30 p. m.
after November and up to November
22, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Ven
tura. (If the Cunard steamer carrying
the British mall for New Zealand does
not arrive In time to connect with this
dispatch, extra mall closing at 6:30 a.
m.. !:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sundays at
4:,W a. m., I a. m.-and :3 p. ra. will be
made up and forwarded until the arrival
of the Cunard steamer.)
Maila for China 'and Japan, via Van
couver and Victoria. B. C, close dally
at 8:30 p. m. up to November S. Inclu
sive, for dispatch per s. s. Empress of
China (registered mall must be specially
addressed. Merchandise for U. 8. Agency
at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via
Mails for the Philippine Islands, via Ban
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 D. m.
up to November 27. inclusive, for dls-
patcn per i'. e. transport.
Maila for Tahiti and Maraueeas Islands,
via Ian Frtuiclsro, Close here dally at
6:) p. m. up to December "l. inclusive,
lor dispatch per s. . Mariposa.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to. port
of sailing dally and the schedule of closing
Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. Regis
tered mail closes at 6 p. m. previoua day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmssterr
Postoftioe, New York. N. Y.. Oct. 31. 1102.
UNION STATION IOTH AND MARCY.
(b tea go, Rock. liliiA At ParlBc.
Chicago Daylight L'fd.a 6.00 am a 6:45 ar
Chicago Daylight Looal.a 7:00 am a 1:85 pt
so Davliunt coai.a i:w am a v so pa
Chlcaao Exoiebs bll:15 am a IKK pm
Des Moines Express... .a 4:30 pro tll:50 am
Chicago Fast Ex4res..a 1:35 pm a 1:25 pm
Rocky Mountain L t d. .a 6:50 am a 4:55 am
Lincoln. Colo. Springs,
Denver. Pueblo and
'A est .....a 1:30 pm a 5:00 pm
Colo.. Texas. LlL and
Oklahoma Flyer a i: pm al2:40 pm
(hlrago At North weatera.
The Northwestern Line.
Fast. Chicaao a 3:40 am a 7:00 am
Mail ......a 7:50 pm a S:30 am
Local Sioux City.
Daylight St. Paul
6:10 am a :uo pm
:S5 am al0:25 pm
Daylight t nicago
......a 8:uo am all:20 pm
Local Chicago ...
al0:t am a 5:10 pta
Local Carroll ....
Faat Chicago ....
a 4:00 pm a lr:50 am
......a 4:56 pm a 4:05 pm
a 1:10 pm a 8:20 am
a 7:56 pm a 1:15 am
Faat St. Paul
...... a 2:40 pm
Ical Sioux City
b 4:oopm D .au am
Overland Limited .....
The Fast Mail
Califorr-'.s Espres ...
..a 1:40 am a 7:30 pm
..a 1:60 am a 1:25 pm
..a 4:Zu pm
a 4:35 pm
The Atlantic Exprej...
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am
a ju am
a 1:40 am
a 1:40 am
Lincoln. Bea trice ana
Stromeburg Ejc b 4:Oo pra eiz:50 pm
Grand Island Local... ...b 5:30 pm b :35 pm
Chicago Express a 7:30 am a 1:10 pro
Chicago, Minneapolis At
SI. i'aM umirec a i:ov pm a :u am
Minneapolis At bt. Paul
Express .......o :zv am
a 10. 35 pm
Chicago Express ivv-..; .
St. Louis Express1....... s4O:00 am
a 6:23 pm
a 635 am
K. C. 4V St. L. Ex i.aK:m pm
St. Louis "Canon Ball '
Express a :i pm a i:m am
St. Louis Local. Coun
cil Bluffs a s:u am am:jv pm
4 hlrago, MllnasLre St. Paal.
Chicago & Omaha Ex..b T.4u sm b 1:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex.. ...a :0o pm a 7:50 am
Bl RLINGTOS ! ATI OK IOTH A MABO.I
Bnrllagtoa t"MIorrl River.
.''- Leav. Arrive.
W'vmure.. TAcatrlce ana
Lincoln r 111 un. ao am
Kebraska Exurea. . .... .a :40 am a, :45 pm
Denver 14mlleu a :a pm a 9. to am
it.irk mil nna I'UMii
Sound 1 frees sll:10 pra a 3:10 pm
p o 1 a 1 a c o rstiDuieu
Flyer , a :io pm
Lincoln Fast Mai! V 3:10 pm a S.17 am
Kori Cruok aul l'lallt-
niouLfi ......e' j.,.. f,,.w mm
P.elievue Ac I'Kx-iflc Jet. jx TjX) pm a s.27 am
k K 1 Vl nn. kll
bellevue & ratmc Jcia j:uu am
( klcaco, Bwrilatoa A Aalaey.
Chlcaao Special a 7:00 am a 4:05 pm
Chlcaao Vtiktibuled Ex. .a 4:i pm a 7. 3d am
.'hicaao lxtal ,:..a :. am allxKipai
Kaaaaa City, St.
Kansas City Day Ex
...a 5:05 pm
a 1 :J0 am
a !:4i pm
..a 9:30 am ' a 1:05 pm
Si. Louie r Iyer.
..a:iupm an:u am
Kansaa City Night Kx..al0.3o pm a 1.15 am
tYEBSTF.R DEPOT UTH At WEBSTER
Paal. Mlaaeapolla A
Twin City I'aaeiiger a 6.30 am
8iojx City Passenger... a 2:00 pm
Emerson Local b 5:40 pm
I'rriaaial, L'lkkorm A
Black Hills. DcadwooI.
all : am
b 5.45 ara
Hot Siring". a 3:00 pm a 5:00 pin
oniiug. Caier and
lot.glas 4 I I pm sS OOpro
Hasting?, -1 01 1. i-'avui
. i: t-r snd Swaxd...-b J:09 pm I On pm
Norfolk. Lincoln and
Fremont b 7:34 am blc.25 am
Fremont Local t i :10 am
STRIKE BREAKERS TO VOTE
Somnion Men 0tniblj Discharged Feinc
Sen? to Country Precincts.
WILL ATTEMPT TO VOTE FOR MERCER
Strikers Mill Keen (lose UilrK on
eab" aail Paries r t liefest
I'laas ef oaresMenl
4 a nd Male.
AiiOili-r heavy slump In the population
of the Union Pacific shops occurred yester
day morning and strikers do not hesliste 10
ssy thai lt has a political slgnif-nnrr
Thev are convinced thai these nonresident
strike fc'-eakers who are bring ostenstblf
discharged, in reality arc srnt out ts the
rountry precincts of the Second congres
sional district, where attempts will b
made to vote them for the nonrcslden'
candidate today. It Is (he arm belief
of the strikers, those who have made It
tbeir special charge to keep a watch on
these proceedings, that these aonrcsldtu'.
nonunion men will be scattered pretty well '
over the district between this and ;h'
closing of the polls Tuesdsy.
Paid one of Uie foremost strikes ?eer
"We have positive evidence of the Inten
tion to rote ss many of these men as pos
sible, and since the Merccrltes wera foiK l
in their desperate attempts to get s larg
number of the shopmen registered we tre
convinced that they will exhaust their re
sources In their endeavor to capture tbc
Illegal ballots of this clique. There bets
between 600 and 700 of these men 4a th
Union Pacific shops now It would be a tre
mendous thing If even half of them could
be voted, snd that fact Is fully appreciated
by the Mercer machine. Ws would hot be
surprised to see a great number of these
strike breakers slipped out of the shops
under cover tonight snd stationed st tbc
respective polling places where it is the .
intention of voting them. We believe tbia
plan has been decided on so as not to be .
forced to tbe alternative of bringing them
out tomorrow In broad daylight, when they
would be sure to attract attention.
Strikers Y UI Be Active.
"Notwithstanding the bold snd desperai
efforts that we believe will be made to vote
this army of nonresidents for Mercer, w
have hopes of thwarting this brazen si
tempt. We were reasonably successful In
stopping the wholesale registering of these
men, although quite a good many were reg
istered. We have thoroughly organised our
forces snd w ill work resselesaly snd syste-
matlrallT to bead off these corporation -Iscktes
at the polls. We are Inclined to
think it will go hard with those wbo are
found responsible for voting any of these
men, known to be nonresidents of the state
The strikers hsve abandoned everything
for Tuesday but the election. They will
not even bold tbeir morning meeting at
Labor Temple, which has been a daily
functloa ever sines tbe striks began. Every
man will be on picket duty to vote snd
work again it Mercer and do everything
possible to Insure a clean ballot. As Is
pretty well known, the animus In strike .
and labor centers against tbe nonresident
congressman arises from his general bos-
tility to labor, snd particularly are they
Incensed over his arrogant disregard ol
labor in repudiating his promise to "see
that union labor was represented on the
new firs and police board." When organ
ized labor men learned how basely this
pledge had been violated a tempest of In
dignation arose and lt has never subsided.
Instead It has gaxhrd momentum gs time
passed until now, from the best Information
obtainable, the vast maJ6iTty of organized
labor' men of tbe Second district are af-' '
rayed against Mercer In one solid. Impreg
nable phalanx.- -' .
4 Many union, "labor men there axe who as
sert that Mercer and his managers have
done everything Imaginable to conciliate
matters, but without avail. All such over
tures hsve been met with scornful rejec
tions and have only served to Intensify ths
feeling against the man who showed labor
that he bad no use for it except at the
Picket Llae ts "t rea;t keaed.
Yesterday the picket line ot strikers at
the Union Pacific shops w as larger than
usual. This was done that every channel of
operation may be closely watched. The In
creased force was relieved st night by
another enlarged picket line, which kept up
the watch during the night, and today the
same vigilance will be exercised.
Strikers are convinced that at the Union
Pacific headquarters the powers that be are
pursuing their plans and preparations wltli
untiring industry. Ast evidence of their de
termination to be la readiness for ths elec
tion todsy a large number ot sample
ballots have been taken to Union Pacific
headquarters as well as to (he Burlington.
Yesterday one of the colored employes
at the Burlington was seen to enter the
building loaded down with sample ballots.
It is supposed that these are for the pur
pose ot Instructing employes in the use of
the Australia ballot system. Incidentally
some kind and thoughtful suggestions may
be made as- to what names the crosses
should be placed opposite. It Is also un
derstood that the shop have been supplied
with these ballots for tbe same purpose.
Allow No flwbstltwtlsn.
Tbe name of a popular brand of auy
artirle often becomes, in the popular mind,
a synonym or generic name for the article
itself. Thus the name Budwelaer has be
come to many another name for beer.
There is but one "Budwelaer." See that
the name is on cork and label whenever
you are served with beer. It I the product
ot the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n. St.
Louis, V. S. A. All orders promptly Ailed by
Geo. Krug. managpr Anheuser-Busch
branch, Omaha, Xeb.
The following births and deaths were re
ported at the office of the Board of Health
curing tne lony-eigni nour ending ai
Births L. mnser, 11 ortn isineieenin
street, girl; Henry lerk. 2 Hamilton
ireet. girl; Robert ft. white. 3215 Webster
1 watt is James 1 ontieii. ru. josepn s r.o-
pttul. aged 4o years: Celia ulberth. 12
South Nineteenth street, sged month;
Mrs. Helen Ingram. Red Oak. la., died st
Wise Memorial hospital, aged 50 years;
Jeremiah Siel!man. 1710 Nicholas street.
axed Mi years: Margaret Kennedy, 4.c
Bou'evard avenae, tie as years.
I4.1LWAY TIME CARD CeatlawesL
Nebraska Local, VI
Veeplng v a-.er
b 4 10 pm a 10:25 am
a Dallv. b Daily except Sunday, c Sun-
day only, d Daily except Saturday, e Da ly
Resumption of trips ..by . the Mamiuoth
Popular 1 win screw steamers
THE IglUUI I UIIIIHiikHil
From Socton Direct to
4.IBH4IT4K, t.fAOl, NAPLES ifl
"New- England." Dec. 6; Jan. 17; Feb.
"Commonwealth." Jan. 3, Feb 14; Mrh. 21
AIo sailings Boston to IJverpool. Port-
lam.1. Me., to Uverpool Ior rates. m
leia ec., appiy lu ncl as ot or
RICHARD Mill 8 4. CO , rearborrl Sl,
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