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THE OMAHA - DAILY DEE: SATURDAY, XOVEM11EH 22. 1902.
orlll e ukra watll II m. for the
trnlil edltlea nattl " n. as.
far aaorain- and Nadir edition.
Hates, 1 1-S a word. Crsi Insertion,
le a wri thereafter. NethlaaT taken
far lesa thaa S3e far la ret laur
ttoa. Tkrat advertisements aiaat kf
r a a eonserntlTely.
krrrd check, en a have answers ad
dressed ta a mkfrri letter la ear
f The nee. Answer addressed will
te delivered On presentation ef Who
TRAVELING (talesman wants position with
Implement, buggy or windmill lirm; ex
pert In repairing Implement and wlnd
inllia; good reference. Address N 27. lie.
A M.49 27
WAITKO MALE' HELP.
HUSTLING dcputlea wanted; men or
women; solenoid contract. . 'Itie Uarden
cra, 4i bee Bidg. Ut,
WANlf for C 8. Army, able-bodied un
married men between ages of 21 and 3j,
citizens of United Stales, of good ensr
acter and temperate nabits, who can
! apeak, read ana writ English. For In
formation apply to Recruiting Officers,
',- l'th and Douge Sta., Omaha, and ponl-
ollice building. Lincoln, Neb. to-D-31
OOOD messengers wantnd; high saJaries.
A. L. X. Co.,' itl U. Ulh bt. B M4j
WANTKD, driven for railroad work. Hall
Grading company, Tostevin at. and Sou lb
ave., council muffs. B M4U U
WANTED, brlfcht boy seeking permanent
place, willing to uo JaifVor and geneiul
otnee work; give ago and refeiencea.
, Addresa U II, Wwe. 1 ' B M4S7 U
WANTED, active man; must, write a good
hand. Address U 29( Bee. B M5-J9 11
CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTORS $3 to $7 per
thousand, l ay. aavanced. Distributors
National Union, Cincinnati, O.
B M002 23'
WANTED- An experienced dry goods
salesman, permanent position tor right
party.. Address M. Havens, Fremont,
Neb. BMv il
BOOK SALESMEN Three experienced men
to sell a new edition of John ivendrtck
Bangs, In eight volumes, with Harper a
Weeaiy or Jrtagaime; a good Monday
proposition. Harper Bros., tll Wee
' building. B MjJU 2i
THIS ad will prove salary and expenses
anvanced to caleamcn, also auverusurs.
Triumph Co., isUas, Tex. B M4"
CALL, OR WRITE Moler Barber College.
lA'i Jjoutlas at., about special oiler lor
men to learn barber trade; comparatively
no exptnse; mora experience In one monui
than. ears by other methods; boara pro
viued; wages Saturdays; tools presumed;
positions pientitul; ao not be deceived by
cheap imitations taKlng our name; see
what we have to oiler. B Mail 27'
6 ALARY or commission to aell famoua
glass burner, an electric light ou kerosene
lamp; million in use; sample by man wc;
Illustrated literature lree. Monarch Nov
elty Co., Slfr N. V Bldg., Minneapolis,
Minn. B M640 22
WANTED, reliable person In each district
to manage bUMiiess tor oiJ houne; salary
$1& weekly; expenses advanced; perma
nent position; enclose sen-addressed en
velope. Alanagtr, U Caxtun bidg., Cni
cago. B Moil -ii'
EVERYWHERE,, to aell Lambert Type
wriiera. aaouro at Co.; bit is. 1MH el.,
Cmana. 4 -
- j ' - - .
. M AAlbl-ll'.toLb.' Htl.1',
100 Girls. Call Canadian otllce.liih.fc Dodge.
WANTED, student nurse at ttouth Omaha
hospital. C ioi -
WANTED, Swedish or German girl for
general oouaewuin; mun lainlly; gooa
wages. Call at le b.'ailu C c &ua
WANTED, a good girl lor gViterHl flodke'
work. Appi A-oppicton Ave,
.--. ' C-4M
WANTED Cilrl to do general housework
In lamiiy oi uiree; aooi . wages, jars,
biiurai, K76 N. iia at. . J Mt.l
WANTED Competent gttl for general
uuuecwurs. - Jars. Aiau, ula unermau Ave.
WANTED Qlrl to do plain washing and
trunuig at in crevne, iljx ana inuy
C ilvuu w
EXPERIENCED crockery saleslady. Ad
uress, with reierenoa ouiy, v l. iee.
C ouo 21
rVANTED Qlrl - for general housework;
small tanuiy, gooo wages. 123 D. Ml Ave.
WANTED, experienced girl for general
housework; tnr in lamuy; wage e per
wee a. Inquire 1M rarnain sc.
C Mi22 23
LADY. 10 or over, of unreproachable char
acter and cheerful dinpooilion, a splendid
poaltlou assured to such. Audress O is.
iiea. mum i
GIRL for general housework. 1060 Georgia
Ava. c ojo
UIRL for general housework; small family;
good wsges. ot xx. 4vin bl w at, a-
rOH RE.1T HOISES.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; ofllce, ln ania, or iwn. ino-6W.
nVJUOCO uavis Co.. fva i
l-KOOM modern, near High school,
k room house, iol'a and Charles, k.'.u0.
ino... ito Cap. Ave. . 'lul. oi. ttobison.
SEE PAYNE. BOSTW1CK a CO. for choice
bouaea. lsd-2 N. i. Lite Bldg. lei. lvls
MAOOARD Van at 8torage Co. Tl, 149bn
HM BURT, , rooms, modern,, ate lawn.
tit N. 19th. t-room, modern. UO.OO. .
U0 N. luth, H-io.'m, modern, $ju.uu.
W. FARNAM SMITH CO.,
. 1XM i arnaajj bu
HOUSES and Bats. Rlngwalt. Barker block.
HOUSES. O. Q. Wallace, Brown Block.
i JJ iai
FOR RENT, one 9-room house, with gas.
water and aewer; just been p.aced In
. nrst-ciasa repair; in god looatlon. C. M
Bachinaiirt, fattgu block. D17S
J.M5 N. 18th st , T rooms, all modern, $18.00
iW Jackson at., 1 r., all modern, tu.uu.
HJJ) N. ZMh avi.. 10 r., all inoderu; cle-
t2i Burt at., r., modern, except furnace,
ka Ou. .
Mth and Taylor sts., i t , well water, $10.00.
4JJa Harney st.. s r.. all modern. lU.Ou.
Zul7 N. 2'th at., I r., all modern flat, second
Wa have others. Come and see ua.
Llet your houses with us for rent. W
have the tenants. Payne Inveaitnen
Company, 1st floor N. V. L. bldg. TeL
44 SO. D ST.. 4-room flat. $10.00. Wra. K.
roller, neceivcr, sl Brown Block.
t204 MAPLE STREET Eight rooms, $;a
ELEGANT (-room modern houss. everv
thing; keys, southwest corner 5fth end
apltoi Ave. , D 414 ?'
house. $JP. 2412
D 471 23'
FOR RKNT S-ro.im hnnao lu.i na1x.
rape red and" repaired, all modern except
urrace, 2d Bt. and Poppleton Ave.. Ji.v
Two a-room nouses, Btn and C a.tromta fits
ail modern, city waver and sewer. $:.
One 4-room bouse, 27th snd Cunitug St
ciiy waitr, ti'
C. M. BACHMANN.
i6b-j; Fsxton Blk.
Dt'NDEE. I nine-room houses In fine re
pair, 114 each, lnuuir at 491k Ca;!tl
avnaua. . u w
FOR RENT. T-room house, 19o4" Venter st
au. knua house. J1 B ink n . II
The Omaha, iUalljr Co., Lail Douglas st
aosiaixa. xt sues
FOR SAI.R MISCELLANEOIH.
IldiHEB FUR BENT.
2217 Hurt, t rooms, $12
Ifd Kramat, room. I' I.
2713 N. 22nd, i rnnmi, $12 50.
2417 Enklne, 7 room, bath, $13.
McCague lnr. Co.
FOR RENT, forty acres In the city Imllt
of South Omaha: small house, excellent
place for feed yard The Omaha Really
Company, 1301 Douglas St., upstairs.
FOR RENT, an eight-room modern house,
hot air furnace, bath and gas. In good
condition. 7i1 Georgia ave., bear Leaven
worth street. D Mu48 23
FOR RENT, 5-room flat. good", repair. 1U
Paul st. Inquire corner flat. 1 MJvJG
FOR RENT Ft RNISHKD ROOM.
DEWEY European Hotel, 13th and Famam.
$1 PER WEEK-C1 8. 18th St., one block
south of court house. . A E 465
AETNA HOUSE. European-, 13th fcnd Dodge.
' fcr 4J0
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th & Chicago.
HANDSOME team heated room. 1909 Capi
tol Ave E M1U
ROOMS for light housekeeping;. 123t Hnw
ard. K M231-D-12
L. M. E hauls trunks. Telephone 790.
THE FAR NAM 19th and Farnam streets.
STEAM HEATED roomf, $10 per month
Barker Hotel, 13th and Jonea Sts.
S ROOMS for light housekeeping. 1112 So.
Ulh street. E M271
SOUTH front alcova room, modern. 25M)
l-lUnAv V V! i Q 0.1
FRONT room, modern, $2 per week. 1717
W ebster. E 469 Dl
DESIRABLE rooms; walking distance;
nrst-class location. ZZ24 farnam.
E M498 25
ROOM for aTpntlcmen In private family
new house, hot water heat. Address O
36, Bee. ' fe 24
TWO front rooms for housekeeping, or will
rant to gentlemen. IU7 So. 24tn.
K M551 23
FIHSISHKD ROOMS A .NO BOARD.
MERR1AM, comfortable w inter home. Tel Si
URNISHED rooma. with or without board.
rates reasonable. Midland Hotel, loth and
Chicago. . . -r iio
TWO gentlemen desired. 6o 3. 2oth Ave.
FOR ULC.T OKIHMSHED ROOMS.
TWO choice rooms, modern, private farn
liy: no nou?Keeolng: everything nrst
ciaes, reier?nces ' cxcliautiea. Aduress O
U. Bee. Uk 62 a-
FOR lILST-STORES AMD OFFICES.
FOR RENT, store In flrst-claas Vocation;
rent reaiionaoie. Apply K. CV Petera .
Co., ground Hour, Bea Bldg. I -tx
'OR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at io rarnam bt. it nas
lour sronea and a basement which was
formerly used as The Bee press room.
This vull ' t e rented Very .reasonably. If
liuerealed apply at oaice to C C Rose
wuler, wecreiaiy, room 100, )ee bulloing.
WANTKD tenant to share large offices on
tne ground noor oi r. t. uiie- uiug. in
surance man pi tlerrtAi. Appiy 'Idol uoug-
las uifftu'bm. . 'Iaw
CENTjaXCi -grocery, dru;, merit market.
wun,. nxuirea.: aiso ' ne launary,- wna
steam heat aad power, flsard, iiJtf N. &XL
WANTED, : canvassing agents In eYerjI
COUUVy LU. MOllClL BUVBCriJJUOilB IV 1
TWENTIETH Ch.K f AKMh.lt,
Steady employment, with assured good In
come. Agents in the country wltn horse
and buggy especially desired. Cauraasers
make eueily W to IIiai per month. Ad
ortsn. Century Farmer Solicitors Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha. 213
000 AGENTS wanted to sell desirable old
line insurance lor the largest company
In the world of Its age; no special con
tract fakirs or leg pullers need apply.
We sell the best contract ever written;
good territory and communions given to
good, reliable men. Call on' or write to
George J. C'rune, buperinlvtident Western
Department, His First IN ax' I Bank Biug.,
Uniaha, Neo. J MU3 DM
DESIRABLE STORE ROOM.
1015 Howard ml., across street from W. R,
Bennett Co. a entrance to barn. Room Is
In r.rsl-clabs repair and has good, light
basement; por montn, -
G.oK'.E at COMPANY. Idol Farnam St.
J M272 ti
AGENTS, valuable recipes and formulas
lov; win bring ycu a lot of money makers.
K. Rae, Yora. eb. J M624 22
OUTFIT free credit given; cut price Xmas
uookb; we Dixit l-'iC, i dook Jac, ai.W
book 6oq. Ftrguaoti, ai4 Fifth, Cincinnati.
CANVASSERS wanted to sell our cloth
toys, rag dolls arid art-pillow tops; beat
aeiltng Holiday aoveltles made,; anone
ran sell them; large profit. Art f'abno
Milts, New Haven, Conn. J Mill 22
WASTKU TO REST,
WANTED, by young married couple, four
partly lurmsneu, modern rooms lor light
housekeeping: mukl be close 4n. Address
U ft, Bee oiricc. K M90
WANTED by young woman room and
board In private lauiliy. l 30, Bee.
K oo3 22
OM. Van fetor. Co.. 1611 4 Farn. Tela. 16&9-86J.
VANS and baggage wagons. TeL 1195.
WASTED TO Bit.
WILL pay cash for good second-hand
piano. Address O za. Bee. N MloS W
SECOND-HAND Remington typewriter
cabinet; stale pr.ee. Address R, Bee
onice. Council blufls. v N 613 23
WANTED, second-hand ' typewriter; slso
roil top Uekk. uive Description and stats
price. Auuress L, Bee odn-e. Council
ill uRa. N MjU 24.
FOR SALE FLK.MTIKK.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1418 Dodge. Tel.
2ttf0 New and aeconu.ua.rid. bwugut, sold,
exchanged.- u 471
FOR SALK HORSES, WAUOM, ETC.
NEW . and secondhand vehicles for sal
cheap. H- Frost, nut ana Leavenworih.
FOR SALE or trade, thoroughbred white
Arabian staiiion, weight l.luu pounus, atfod
t years, ogden Livery, Couaul Bl3s.
FOR SALK MIKCfcJLLA.XEOl .
NEW and 2d-hand typewriters. 1U9 Farnam
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to -.iy
other musical Instrument , t. Dp. 'i'he
uunaiiu Co., 1W1 Farnam. vi 4.4
FOR SALE, a pair or Imported Mexican
hairless hogs. Address K a, bee.
FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib
bing, couioluatlon ladders. s4 Douglas.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1112 Farnam.
100 STYLES tiusses; catalogue free. Biirr
man at McConneli Drug Co.. 16th snd
Duuge, Omaha. Q !Z
FOR SALE, fins Jersey cow; extra mllkr:
a snap lor some one. Ed Uurttj
bouih Oinaha. Q MA .
CHOICE mili h rows. I fhstland ponlss. 8.
T. Caunpbeil, ti-i Center. 'Paoue Black
1123, 0-74 Nli
2DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnsm.
SECONDHAND billiard and pool tahlea:
billiard table repaired: a larse atock of
cheap bar fixtures, clear counters, etr.
The Bruntwii k-Balke-Collendr Co.. 4"7-9
8. 10th. S MiW) 30
FOR PALE, two fresh cow, at Tyi Web
ster street. W Moll 23
HIGH GRADE plnno at bsrrtln by partr
leaving the city; cash or part cash. 30,
PIANO for sale or trade; want horee snd
buggy, o 23, Bee. U Mio in.
BUT or cell pool tables. Kern. ?1 8 12th.
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass Pt.
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist. 315 8. 13.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15. H floor. R. I.
T 539 Do
MME. AMES, vapor baths. 124 N. loth. R. 7.
T ftl4i Ul.
GRACE O'BRTAN of Kentucky. 720 8. lth.
T 4o4 IJ17
DR. ROT. chiropodist: cbms and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity, it. li,
Frenxer block. U SSI
Rt'PTI'RE CURED-No knife, no pain, no
detention frem business Hend for bcoKiet
etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE CO.. 932
N. T. Life BldgT. Omaha. U 4S
VIAVI. Woman's War to Health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. 316 Bee BMbt.,
Omaha. U 482
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retalL Collins Piano Co.. 1622 Dougias.
DR. B. M. JACKSON, specialist In chronic
dlseaaea. 1603 Farnam 8t. Consultation
PRIVATE hosiiltal before and dnrlnai con
finement: babies boarded and adorted.
Mrs. GardcN, 22. Lake. Tel. Re?-lSS4
pf'tVATE ho-nltal before orl durlna: con
finement tlrst-class In everv respect;
bsMe pdepted. Dr T,. L. Miller. Z--I4
Blondo St. Thone F-11S2. U M129 N28
BARGAINS, entire stok diamonds, watch
es. Jewelrv. In pnire V meFtanced. half
' pries. Diamond Loan Office. 14th sV "Douglas
WE RENT sewlne; machines st 'fca par
week. We repair and sell parts for any
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
"Phone 1. Corner ISth and Harncv 8ts.
4 Broadway. Council Pluffs. "Phone B-filR.
612 North 24th St.. So. Omaha. - 'Phone 43SS.
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. messonsrers.
HEADQUARTERS for Edison phono
graphs and Victor talking machines and
records. Nebraska Cycle Co.. Cor l".th
and Harney Sts. U M347 22
PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and
durinar confinement: babies adopted. 2702
So. Itith st. Mrs. Fisher. Tel
- U-M162 22
ELITE PARLORS; 613 8. 16th St.. 2d floor.
.... . . . U 437 D15
WANTED, at once. orwl representative,
lady or gentlenan; $1.60 'oar davj steady
position. Inquire, for C. C. Klnesley,
Murray hoteK Omaha, Neb. ;. V M-lgl 12
MOXEY TO LO.ljf REAt. ESTATE.
OA PER CENT "on business property. '
6 per cent On reslelence property.
Options to pav whole or part any time.'
W. B. MEIKLE. 401 8. 15TH St.'
MONET to loan ;bn Improved Omaha, real
estate. Brennan-Love Co., 9J s. l.ftti.
4 TO ( P. C. motley. Bemla, Paxton. Blk.
: w 4iu
FARM and city loans). ' low rates. -W. IL
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 1G48.
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros.. 1004
Farnam. W 493
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1624 Douglas.
WAKTPf) cltv loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam street.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bot:ds
and warrants. R. C. Peters & Co.. 1702
Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W 496
WANTED, i.i.000 loan on first-class real es
tate security. Inouire Blixt & T-ova:ren,
room 436-7 Paxton block. W Ml?
MOSEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS.
WHEN you find It necessary to borrow
give ua a trial, after which we will, by
fair treatment, attempt to retain your
patronage. - We loan from $10 up on fur
niture, pianoa, live atock, etc. - We also
make loana to
without mortgage -or endorser. We do
not deduct Interest in advance; we charge
nothing for making or filing papers and
our service la quick and contldentlaL We
always try to please our patrons.
OMtHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
113 Board of Trade Bldg. . Tel. 2295.
(Established 1142.) . 3u6 South 16th St.
' ' X 4D9 -
!$$$$$$ $$$$$$ t$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$
t DO YOU NEED MONEY T . 3
$ ' MONEY TO LOAN . . $
ON . $
$ FURNITURE AND SALARIED $
f $10 to $600 loaned on FURNITURE, 2
$ PIANOS. ETC.. and to salaried people $
i at very lowest ratea and fur any length $
$ of time, without puDiicuy or removing
the property. . raymenia can be made
tn atiit vnuE convenience. . - ...
Call and get our terms before going $
$ elsewhere. $
RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY,
$ Room 3u3. Third Floor, Paxton Block. $
$$$$ $1 1 $1$ $$$$$$ l$tf t$t$$$$$t$ $
WHERE you can get It on FURNITURE.
PIANOS. HORSES, WAGONS.
COWS. ETC.; slso on SALARIES.
WHERE you get It on short notice and
WHERE you pay for only the time money
Is in use.-
WHERE you can return It on easy weekly
or mommy paymenia.
WHERE you gel the lowest ratea.
WHERE can you do better?
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
(33 Paxton Blk. ltith and Farnam Sta.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALAKl&D rturLfc, mercnanta, team'
atera, boarding bouaea, etc., without e
curlty; eaalest termed 40 offices In prin-
joiman, u uoara or irade
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stork
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co. kmc. to uua ureeu, uaraar diocs.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, lew
elry. horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, S"J 8.11
MONEY loaned oa. plain note to aalarted
pople; business confidential; lowest ratea.
Ill Paxton block. Tne J. A. liutton co.
luH SALE, drug stock and fixtures In
good county seat town In northern At
braska. Address O Is. care Bee.
FOR SALE. We will sell our stock of
general mdse.. will Invoice about t2.uu0.0o
will sell or rent building, upper story to
live In. These are good and eaay terras;
will explain reasons for selling In lira!
K Iter. Address O 1 Bee. 1 341 22
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
j, Johll,on, mj N. y. Ufa. Y-ld
your business or property quick see - j
FOR SALlv Rooming bouas, 26 rooms.
steam heat fine location, a snap ibis
week. T. M, CUue. Ls O st . Lincoln,
tto. x sates 2a
FOR REST HOURS,
TO GET In or out of bulnesa call on Wil
liams, Room 411. McCagira building.
WHITELAW aV GARDINER 8 stock of dry
goods, notions, ladles' and arents' furnish
ing goods, ladles' cloaks, skirls and suits,
millinery, wall paper and all ttxturea will
be sold in bulk at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash on Tuesday, No
vember 25. at 10 o'clock a. m . on the
i remises, 4 Broadway, Council Bluffs,
a. Wna. E. Muse, trustee.
WANT o buy. sell or trade a business?
tlo se Wilson. Warnes tc Co., 417 to 41(
Iaxton block. T-a
FOR SALE Hardware and Implement
stock; Invoice .; well located In east
Nebraska. T. M. Cllne, 12311 O si., Lin
coln. Neb. Y M4Si 26
I CAN SELL TOUR BUSINESS.
No matter where It It; send description
and cash price and learn bow. I have
or can find the business you Want to buy.
Tell me your requirements, w. M. O
trander. Home Office, Suite 14W North
American Bldg., Philadelphia, Offices in
fourteen cltiea e Y
GENERAL repairing shop for sale. Very
good opportunity for a good, all-around
mechanic; the only repair (.hop In the
city; also a bicycle repairing shop In con
nection; small capital neceneary. Address
to P. L. Krleboom. Lesd, B. D.
FOR SALE, coal yard, with "0 feet track
age. Peter Lenugh, South Omaha.
Y MS44 28
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
$ 7"0 06 ft.. No. front on Jackson, near .Vilh.
$ 700 N. W. cornet 34th and Jackson, 66x132.
$ iAJ IS ft.. E. front on Lowe ave.. nr. nun.
$Ki0 N. . Cor. lxwe ave. and Burt; 47x140
$ HO 48 ft., west front, on Hth, near Dorcas.
$ i,6 N. K. corner 3tn and uecatur.
laan ft ft K. front on Blondo. bet. 35 & "A.
$ 330 N. E. Cor. Franklin and 32d.; 424 by 127
$ boo 60 feet. K. front on sin, near iiancron.
OMAHA KtALTY CO., 1301 DOUGLAb.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllester. land commissioner, Union Pa
c.lic Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
$75 TO $2X IUDTS, new car line. 30th St.,
south of Miller park; monthly payments.
ACRE TRACTS, near Omaha, all sizes, all
BEM1S, PAtfTON BLOCK.
RE M529 2$
WE OFFER until sold large 7-room brick
house, finished In oak and birch down
stairs, 2 mantels; not a crack or break In
the house; bath, gas, furnace, etc.; lo
cated in the west part of town, handy to
car and In good neighborhood. Party who
Just fitted It up for a home has been pro
moted and compelled to leave town.
House could not be duplicated for less
than $5,000. Price until sold. $2,S00-$725
cash, balance $25 a month. ACT
HARRISON & MORTON.
RE 515 21
Ul! ! lAMCnM CHARLES E.. 1202
VI iuuininovyn 1
WELL built 8-r. house, on fine lot and
beautiful location. Inquire 1411 Vinton.
3 HOUSES and lot, 6 minutes' walk from
P. O., only $1,600.
LOTS north' of Bemls park, near Harney
st. car line, only $160; monthly payments.
BEM1S. PAXTON BLOCK. RE-630 23 .
HOUSES and lots In all parts of dry; also
acre property and farm landa. ine u. u.
I... I.. ( T j lll.t. L, CIA
KELSEY'S Wall paper, 17th and Douglas.
Phorra 1608. R 7J
C-ROOM hodse and lot, near 20th and
2-room house and lot, near 33d and Seward,
BKMIS; PAXTON BLOCK:- RE-631 23
SEE PAYNE, BOSTW1CK A CO. for choice
. bargains, kui r,. y. i.i(e uiug. Tel. luis.
FORTY-TWO acres, four miles N. E. of P.
O. ; line garden land,. $4,6uO. . W. T. Gra
ham. Bee Bldg. RE 455 23
HARRISON & MORTON offer a vary spe
cial bargain in today's paper. READ
THEIR AD , then telephone 314 or call at
213 N. Y. Life. ACT QUICKLY.
RE 615 21
5-ROOM modern cottage, near 24th and
Ames ave.. -l,3uo.
2-room new cottage, near 24th and Fort sts.,
new car line, only vwo. ,aay terms.
BEM18, PAXTON BLOCK. RE-632 22
LOT 1. block 143, City, SO by 133 feet, on
southwest corner or istn ana t arnam.
will be sold on partition sale to the high
est bidder on Wednesday, November 26.
Terms, one-half cash. Inquire of W. T,
Nelson. 115 New York Life, or W. M.
uiner, 304 Mew York Lite. ttt, 1,4 a
6-ROOM house near 33d and Seward. $760.
300-acre farm, near Omaha, only $30 per acre,
BEMIS, PAXTON BLOCK. RE 633 Z3
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell, a farm or ranch, tell
the farmers and atorkialsers about It. The
best way to reach them la through
This agricultural weekly eroes to 25.000
homes of farmers and eiockraisers, so if
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you aught to find a buyer
among them. The cost of an ad Is small
2 cents per word. j . .
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
HARRISON aV MORTON. FARMS.
. RE 628 D17
LOT 28, block 3, Orchard HUL all clear
taxes paid, complete abstract of title,
$150; $5 cash and $5 per month, without
Interest. This '.ot la 50x140 ft, fronting
north on Franklin, 100 ft. west of 28th.
Handy to street car and gflod school
and has sidewalk and city water. Three
lots previously advertised this week on
same terms are sold. Act quickly. Har
rison 4V Morton, N. Y. Life. R E MS04
W. C. CHI88ELL for BARGAINS in real
estate. ni jones i. I none J7J1.
640-ACRE RANCH, western Nebrsska. $2,700.
e-room cottage, one block south of Leaven
worth, on ZA(, ll.tioo.
BEMIS, PAXTON BLOCK. RE 634 22
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Well located brick factory, 6-room cottage.
z lota. Loyal and Lvnn us . Danville. a
24 acres and Impts., Crawford and Venango
Fine fruit ranch, near Holllater, Cal., 150
acres. In full bearing; 4 cased wells, 75
feet deep; pumping plant; fair house, good
ouiDuiiuinas; nne investment.
Good bldg. Tot, Llndenwood. St. Louis, Mo.
20 acres and Impts., Spartanburg co., S. C.
t-room rea. snd 3 seres land. Woodruff.
S. C. ; stable, shade and orchard, near
T-room res. snd lot, Henderson. Tenn.
House and grounds, Downey ave., Indian
apolis. 395 acres, Clatsop co.. Ore., 275 acres first
grow in urn or r, i mue to railroad.
acres and impts., Florence co.. 8. C.
679 acres land, Columbia Co., Wash.; la,nd
aaapiea 10 m neai. oariey or gracing.
10-room res. snd lot, Binghamton. N. T.
91 acres and impts.. Mason co.. k't.
1b0 seres and impts., Chautauqua CO., N.
I.; orcnaraa, sugar ousn; near railroad,
t-room houae and lot. Kanaka City. Mo.
8-acre fruit farm and nursery. Ray co.. Mo.
222 acres and Impts., on James river, Charles
city co., vs.; nair unaer cultivation.
Res. and 7 lota. Prairie du Chien, Wis.
W. M. OSTRANDER. North Amerlrsn
Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. KE M53S 23
GREAT BARGAINS, lota 24th snd Fort
ats., new ear line, st way down prices
for next few days. $100 to $Juv each, for
nan or an casn sauat oe sold.
BEMIS, PAXTON BLOCK. RE 535 22
FOR BAI.K REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
!W acres, Los Angeles co., Cal.
Furnished boarding house, and lot. Wag
oner. Ind. Ter.: 11 rooms, shade trees.
21 bldg. lots, Harrison s add., Iiuiuth. Minn.; 1
good location: fine view of lake.
(4o-acre grain ranch, San Joaquin co., Cal.;
10 acrs timber; sa per cent cultivated.
Res. snd 1 lots. Point Pleassnt. N. J.
240 seres snd Impts., Etowah co.. Ala.
4" acres and Impts., Baldwin co , Ala.; set I
chiefly to Japanese persimmons,
fri acres and Impts., Columbua co., N. C.
Mairnlncent ranch, 1,07 acres. Pitkin Co.,
Colo.; over l,t acrea Irrigated; hue Im-
prcvements, Including hous.s, barns,
corrals, etc.: perfect water rights, with
unlimited supply; electric plant; bearing
Fine hotel, Main St., Alhambra. Cal.; 40
rooms; beautiful Han uabnei valley.
W. M. OSTRANDER
North American Building, Phlladelpht. Ta.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG 8. H.. Touch T. W., Bus. Branches,
leteg. est. tree. urn. cum. col., 17 At Doug.
A, C. VAN SANT A school.
717 N. Y. Ufe.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal.
M l. Ufe. 614
NEB. Business Shorthand College, Boyd's
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
STILLMAN PRICE. 22 U. 8. N 1 Bk. Bid.
NEB. COLLECTION CO., 206 N. Y. Ufe.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.. 401-402 N. T.
Lite bldg., attorneys and collectors every.
P. MELCHOIR. 13th and Howard, ma
OMAHA Safe snd Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty of nre escapes, shutters, doors and
sales. U. Andreen, rop., lui bo. lUlh bC
TRUNKa AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP.
'Phone 1717. 606 S. 16th.
THE DEPOT on time. L. M. E.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. all Bo. 13th.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garuuge
snd dead animals at reduced prices, toil
N 10th Tel. 1779. -919
H. J. COWGILL No fees unless success
ful, sis B. ism sc, umana, Tel. lias.
WHY pay more? Lambert, 225; superior to
$100 machines. .Sent on approval. Monroe
& Co.. 811 N. wtn Bt., umana. -
BULBS, cut flowers and-plants. Hender-
son. Tel. 1258. 1519 Farnam St., Omaha.
ELEC. automobiles. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
.PETCCT2YK .AGEWCY, 5', i .
CAPT. THOS. fcORMICK. private detective,
517 Karbacn block. Telephone azkux.
. 436 D-16
OMAHA Steam Laundry: shirts. 6c: collars, I
2c; cuffs. 4p. l.0 Leavenworth. lel,A-LJ3.
CAnrr.i i ens a.iu tfui.cns.
At.T. kinds of earoenter work and reoalrtnar
ttended to. J. T. ucnntree,
th and Lake streets. 3.0
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 8. 13th.
EAGLE Loon Office, reliable, aecommodat-
in- Mil hiln ,onfl,leniliil 1301 DouclasL
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co.. 811 North 16th.
G1D. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 516, N. X. Lire Bldg. Tel. lot.
MRS. GRACE TISDALE DEEGAN, 538 Be
Bldg.. Tel. 296S.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbln, 1606 Farnam. 'Phone 784.
PE! RARf,hbu80?t"oom ComTfiaf
O. R. Rathbun, Room 15, Com I Nac bank.
electric light wiring.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramga Bldg.
OMAHA Hydraulic Pres. Brick COj, 216
New York Life. 'Phone 910. -202 22
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled. Joe Yousen, 1411 Farnam Bt.
STOVES RE PLATED.
GOLD, sliver and nickel plating. Omaha
Elating Co.. Bee Bias. Tel. 2bJj. 4U1
THEO. LIEBEN, 1018 Farnam, costumes.
LOST, between 22d and Davenport and 24th
and t arnam, baby s carriage robe. Re
turn 324 t arnam, or telephone i.a46.
Lost Umu 22
POST OFFICE NOTICE.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
at changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign mans lor tne wee ending No-
vember 8. BMl. will close (PROMPTLY In
all caseu) st the general posiotlice as fo.-
lows; raivLi.L4 yja i hah ciosw one
hour earlier than closing lime ahowa be
low, parcels Post mails for Germany cloas
at 6 p. m. Monday, per a. a. u.ronprins
Wm ; Tuesday. Per'a. a. Deulschlaud. and
Friday, per .... Prstorla. .
Regular ar.d aupplementary malla close
at foreign station ball hour later than clos-
leg time snow a peiow texcepi mat supple-
roentary mans ior curope ana central
America, via Colcn, Oloae on hour later at
. , .-.....
gATURDAT-At 6 0 a. m. for EUROPE,
r.r . Cr.dit.s8',?,
(mall must be dlrceted "per s s. Trave I
at 7.30 a. m for NETHERLANDS direct,
per a. a. Amsterdam tmall must b di
rected "per s. s. Amsterdam"); st la. m.
for HELUll'M direct, p r s. a. Yaderlaud
tmall must be directed "per s. a Vader
land '); at 11 a. m. for DENMARK direct,
per s. s. Hi klit tmall must be directed
pet s. s. Hekla").
PRINTED MATTER, ETC This steamet
tskes printed matter, commercial papers
and eainplce for Gerrr.a'iy cn'y. The same
c lass of mail matter for other parts of
Europe will not be sent b ;n:s ship un
less sieclallv directed by it.
After the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic mans named above, ailiii
tlonal supplementary malls era opened on
the piers of the American, English,
French and tlerman steamera. an j remain
(.pen until within tn minutes of the hour
of sailing of steamer.
Malta for Sooth and Central America,
Weal ladlea, F.le.
SATURDAY At a. m. for BERMUDA.
per a. a. Pretoria; at a. tn. for PORTO
RICO, per a s. Cosmo: at 9 a. m. tsup
plementary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per a. a. Maracalbo (mall
for Savanilla and Cartagena must be di
rected "per a. a. Maracalbo"); at 9:30
a. ni. (suiiplementHry lu:30 a. m.) for
FORTUNE. ISLAND. JAMAICA. PAVA
NILLA. CARTAGENA and GREYTOWN,
per a. a. Alleghany (mail for Costa Rica
must be duelled "per a. s. Alleghany");
at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per a. s. Mexico,
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at
this onlce dally at 6:30 p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wednesday and
Saturday). Mails for Mlquelon. by rail
to Boston, and thence by steamer, cloe
at thla ofllc dally at t:3o p. m. Malls for
Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla and
thence by ateamir, close at this office
dally, except Thursday, at 5.30 a. m. (the
connecting closes are made on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays). Mulls lor
Mexico City, overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch by steamer, close
at this office dally, except Sunday, at
1.90 p. m and 11:30 p. m . Sundays at 1
p. m. and 11:30 p. ru. Aaile for Costa
Rica, Bells?. Puerto Cortei and letter
mall for Guatemala, by rail to New Or
leans, and thence oy steamer, close at
thla office daily, except Sunday, at 1 30
p. m. and 11:30 p. m , Sundays at i p. m.
and 11:S0 p. m. (connecting closes here
Mondays at 'llO p. m. for Bellse, Puerto
Cortes and letter mall for Guatemala, and
Tuesdays st 11:30 p. m. for Costa Rica).
'Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous
Malls for Hawaii, Japan, China and spe
cially addressed matter for tne Philip
pine Islands, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November
20th. Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s.
Hons Kong Maru.
Malls for Australia (except West Australia,
which Is rorwarded via Europe) Mew Zea
land, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m.
after November 8 and up to November
22, inclusive, tot dispatch per a. a. Ven
tura. (If the Cunard steamer carrying
the British mall for New Zealand 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.; Sundays at
4 30 a. m., 9 a. m. and 6:3b p. m. will be
made up and forwarded until the arrival
of the Cunard steamer.)
Malls for China an; japan, via Van
couver and Victoria, B.C., close here dally
at 6:30 p. m. up to November "a. Inclu
sive, lor dispatch per e. s. Empress of
China (registered mull must be specially
addressed. Merchandise for U. 8. Agency
at Shanghai cannot bt forwarded via
Mails for the Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m.
up to November "26, inclusive, for dis-
patcti per u. o. Transport.
Malls for Hawaii, China. Japan and Philip.
pine Islands, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November
zk. inclusive. lor oisnatcn ner s. s. China.
Mails for Hawaii) via San Francisco, close
here daily at 6:30 n. m. up to December
. "1, Inclusive, (or dispatch per s. s. Ala
' hieda.- . -'
Mail! for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands.
via San Francisco, close here dally at
.30 p. m. up to December "l, inclusive,
for dispatch per a. s. Mariposa.
Malls for China and Japan, via Tacoma,
close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to De-
, ctmoer "2, Inclusive, tor dinpat.cn per s.
1 Olvmnla. .i '
Mails for Australia (except West Aus-
: trails, which ' goes via Europe, snd New
Kesland. which atoea via San Francisco).
and Fiji Islands, via Vancouver and Vic
toria. B. C. close here dally at B:30 p. m.
after November 22 and up to December
6, inclusive, for -dispatcn per s. a.
Trftn.naclfh: ,,. . forwarded to port
of sailing dally and the schedule or closing
la nrranfreri nn the nreaumDtlon of their
i uninterrupted overland transit. -negis.
tered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous day,
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
foatomce, Mew york, n. t.. mov. h, iwt
PROPOSALS FOR STEAM HEATING
AND PLUMBING Office of Chief Cl. M
Bt. Paul, Minn., November 20, 1902. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, will be received at
thla office until 11 o'clock a. m., December
9. 1902. and opened then for the ateam heat-
i?ltZlmsln 'pulfs ancl'spelucUo
ort Meade, S. D. flans ana peciiicsupns
may be seen and blank proposals with full
Instructions had upon application here, or
to the quartermaster, r ort Meaae, a. v.
United States reserves right to sccept or
reject any or all proposals, or any part
thereof. utu, c. ruu, it. ni.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, Sheridan, wyo., Mov. w, 1902.
Beaied proposals tn triplicate will be re
ceived at this office until 10 o'clock, a. m.
Tc 20 IMC for constructing, nlumblnir
heating, gas piping and electric wiring
one Held officers quarters, one double se
captains quarters, two double sets lleuten
ants quarters, one double barrack and one
bakery, all brick. All butldlnga must be
completed by or before November 1, 18.
Full .instructions to oiuuers ami uiana
forms of proposal will be furnished upon
application to una omce or at omces oi
Depot Quartermasters at Chicago, St. Paul
Ht. T4uia. umana ana uenver. litre piuni
and specifications may be seen. United
States reserves the right to accept or reject
i"V or Il bbT. o? .ny part .hereof. En-
velope, containing proposala should be en-
dorsed. "Proposals for Public Buildings."
and addressed, CAPTAIN THOMAS
8WOBE, Constructing Quartermaster.
ISJU (lit TIlDld
AILWAY TIME CARD.
UNION STATION 10TH AND MAHCY.
Chicago, Rock Island Jt Pacific.
Chicago Daylight L't'd .a 6:ft) am a 6:45 am
rnKpre-" M m bllS Im
Chicago Fast Express... a 5:35 pm a 1:25 pm
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Lincoln, Colo. Springs. -
Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1:30 pm a 5:00 pm
Colo., Texas, Cal. and
Oklahoma Flyer a 5:20 pm a 12: 40 pm
( hlraso A Northwestern.
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Fast Chicago a 2:40 am a 7:00 am
Mari a 7:50 pm a 8:30 am
Ixical Sioux City a 6:10 am a 3:oO pm
Davllitht St. Paul a 7:35 am al0:25 pm
Daylight Chicago. .......a 8:00 am all:2o pm
.aJO:55 am a 6:10 pm
I Ixical Carroll
..a 4:M pm a :: am
..a 4.65 pm a 4:6 pm
..a 8:10 pm a 9:20 am
..a 8:10 pm a 8:15 am
a 2:40 pm
..b 4:00 pm b 9:60 am
I Fast Chicago
Fast St. Paul
Local Sioux City.
St. Louis "Cannon Ball"
Expreaa a 5:56 pm a 8:20 am
St. Louis Local, Coun
cil Biuns a :is am siu.ju pm
Chlcasra Ex Dress a 7:20 am a 1:10 run
I Chlcaxo. Minneapolis V
I St. Paul Limited a 7:60 pro a 8:05 am
Minneapolis ec St. Paul
Express b T:30 am blO:35 pm
1 Chicago Express alo:36 pm
I I aloat Parlie.
.a 9:40 am a 7:30 pm
I A' 1""
The Fast Mail
.a i.lti am a 3:25 pm
.a .3 pm
.all 30 pm
a 4:85 Dm
1 h Atlantic Kvoreua a 7-:d) am
I Tha 'h,pudo Soeeini .. a Trio am a an am
I Chicago Special a 3:40 am
I Lincoln Beatrice and
I Stromaburg Express. .b 4:0S pm bl2:50 pm
I Grand Island Local b 6:30 nm b i 36 Dm
I f kl MU...I... s at ..!
I Pblcaxa Jt Omaha Ei. a 7 40 am h 1 40 nm
Chicau Limited Es a t oo pm a IM saa
4II.WAY TIME CARD Contlnsed.
Pt. louls Epreso s10:0n am a 6.2R pm
c. and t. I Kx al0:60 pm a l.li am
RtRl lNOTON STATION lOTII A MSO
Rarllaatn) A Missouri Hirer.
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln a 8 40 am Ml im
Nebraska Expresa a 8 e'ani a 7 46 pm
'finer lamlted a 4.26 pm a s.to am
LUrk Hills and Puget
Sound Express all:10 pm 2.10 pm
Fiver a 2:10 pm
.Incoln Fast Mall b 3:10 pm a 2:17 am
Fort Crook and Platts-
mouth k J-Wpm bll-ORam
ivellevue AV Pacific Jet. .a 7:50 pm a 8:27 am
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t'hleaaro, Rwrllnailosi Jk Qnlnry.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 4:o5 pm
hlcaso vestlbuled Ex. .a 4:i pm a 7 :.o am
Chicago I.ocaI a am all on pm
'hlcaso Limited a s:U6 pm a i :t am
Fast Mall a 2:45 pm
Kansas City, St. Joseph dt Coaatell
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a :!0 am a .0B pm ,
Pt. IjouIb Fiver a 6:10 pm all:l6 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:20 pm a (:li am '
WEBSTEn DEPOT 1BTII dr. WEBSTER
Fremont, Elkhorit A Mlaasarl
Leave. Arrive. 1
Black Hills. Deadwood.
Lead. Hot Springs a 3:00 Pm a IM pm ,
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 2:00 pm SrOO pm
Hastings, Tork, David
City, Superior, lerneva.
Exeter and Peward b 2:00 pm b 5:00 pm
Eonestcel, Lincoln, Nio
brara and Fremont.. .d i :m am bio:a am
Fremont Local o 7:30 am
Chlraaro, St. Paul, Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger., .a 6:30 am a 9:1ft pm
Sioux City l'assenger...a z:tm pm an:av am
Oakland Local b 5:45 pm b 8:46 am
Missouri rac Hie,
Nebraska local. Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:2t am
a Dally. b Dally except Sunday. 4
Dally except Saturday. e Dolly except
Monday, c Sunday only.
Resumption of trips by the Mammoth
Popular Twin screw meamera
Tommoawralth" A "New Enarlaad."
Utm P.. as. llstxsaA.aa ItiaaskulilM
From Boston Direct to
GIBRALTAR. GENOA, NAPLES.
The New Englf nd and Commonwealth wll
sail through t- Alexandria on the January
BPd February vovages.
"New England," Dec. 6; Jan. 17; Feb. 28.
Commonwealth." Jan. 8: Feb. 14: Mch. 21
"Vancouver," Nov. 29, Jan. 10, Feb. 21.
Cambroman," Dec. 20, Jan. 21, March 14.
Also sailings Boston to Llveruool. Port
land. Me., to Liverpool. For rates, book
lets etc., apply to local agent or
COMPANY'S OFFICE, 69 Dearborn St..
HARDWARE JOBBERS ANXIOUS
They Want Goods Shipped from Fas
torles Before Frelarht
Rates Go t'p.
Omaha Jobbers, particularly ' those Ir
hardware lines, are concerned as to tht
effect of the restoration of freight ratei
which has been announced from Chicago.
A year ago ihe . condition was almost
Identical with that which now obtains.
The rates' from Chicago 'to Denver had
been cut on certain 'grades of hardware
snd the local jobbers had made heavy
sales on the bsl"ot 'th rate existing
In October, November and December.
Their ' sales, particularly of nails and
barbed wire, were 'heavy, and the. margin '
Was somewhat less In many cases than tho
difference between the existing rate and
that which had been In force before the
reduction was made. When the news ot
the restoration was 'sent out there were
approximately 100 cars to be filled at the
mills and It was a race between Father
Time and the factories. Last year the
factories won out and no local Jobber lost
money by the restoration of rates.
This year the total orders awaiting de.
livery are somewhat larger than last year,
but the orders which have been taken on
the basis of the existing freight rates are,
probably, not so large. At the same tlm
the mills are further behind with orden
and not as many goods can be delivered
between now and January 1, not only be
cause the mills are bo far behind, but
because cars are scarcer than they were
NEWSBOY CAPTAIN AND TURKEY
They Form the Center of an Amaslnf
Stont oa Farnam
Tbat eminently dignified and cosmopoll'
tan young gentleman, Joseph Carroll, coaxei
of the wary nickel and captain of The Bce'i
newsboys, did a twenty-minute yaudevllli
tunt with a gobular gobbler at Fifteenth
and Farnam streets yesterday mornlnf
which was remarked upon as well worth
the price of admission. The turkey had
wandered from the fattening coops of do
one knows who' to Farnam street and
started down that thoroughfare with strut
ting stride. Immediately boys were In pur- '
suit. Turkey, already high, went still
higher. In fact, it went quite to the top of
a telegraph pole in front 6f the corner drug
store, Joseph essayed to climb within
reach. So did a lineman,- and. the lineman
seemed to have a show ot doing
what be - started in to do. The bird
tumbled to what'' was' doing and ai
promptly tumbled from the perch. Its
next stop was a half block farther down
street and there the real mixup occurred
Joseph was - there early. So were two
negroes. So was a policeman. So were
other newsboys. Through one brief flutter
log moment there was visible a maelstrem
ot feathers, feet and fly cop. Then Joseph
and the turkey emerged the latter in the
former's arms. The boy and the hlrd, like
the lion and the lamb, will lie down to
gether and with about the same result.
PRESS CLUB GIVES SMOKER
Liberal Contributions from the Talent
Makes an Enjoyable
About seventy-five ot those whom Genlui
has stamped with her halo ot long balr and
set apart for the finer amenities gathered
at the rooms ot the Tri-Clty Press club toi
gables and smoker Thursday and go1
all that was coming to them. A. V. Pales
formerly Emma Abbott's tenor, and W. A
Wilbur, Julius Stone and O. E. McCum
contributed vocal numbers, Thomas J. Kell)
playing the accompaniments. Frank Dun
lop did what Bill Nye and others used ta
do, and did It, the applause would Indicate,
quite as well. Tom Kelly recited "In Bo
hemia." A. O. Mueller plaet a cither solo
Carl Rellter prodded the "rislbles" with
few late ones from LiarsvlUe, Edgar How
ard of the Columbus Telegram spoke ot th
growing cplrlt of fraternity, recited verses
of bis own make and helped dispose ot tb
refreshments, which were skimmed milk,
shredded wheat biscuits, lemon drops and
some other things that common people bare.
Ira E. Tash of the Alliance Times contrib
uted bis presence and many timely remarks.
Messrs. Wrlgbt and James executed In pan
tomime tbat venerable ballad "Carry Me
The new kind of General Arthur cigars
will lease job if you care tor good cigars.
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