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THE "'OMAHA' "DAILY II EE: TUESDAY, KOVEMHEIt 25, 1902.
iiMftlMUMIl for these
1111 bo taken nntll 11 as. for the
rtac edition and til : 8. sn.
' Mrils( and Sander edition.
Mates, 1 1.3a a ward rat Insertion,
la ward thereafter. Rathta taken
far lees than 2Se far the flrat loser
Hon., These advertisements aanst
AdTartlsrra.br reqaeatlaer i
m. 1 L.
he red efcek, raa bar anewem ad
arraaad to a aambered Irttrr la rara
at Tbe Bee, Answers addrraaad will
ba delivered as frrooeatntlea at tba
tbrali only, t
'RAVELING, salesman wants position Kith
implement, mutgy or winumiu r.rm; n
vert In renalrin lmDlements and wind
mills: good reference. Address N 27, Hps.
WANTED, situation, registered druggist,
U years' experience, country and city;
good wall nwper man; competent to take
charge; reference former employers;- fiii
gle. Address O 39, Bee. A-569 24
WANTED MALE HELP.
IUBTL1NQ deputies .wanted; men or
women; splettoid contract, The Uarden-
ra, 415 bee B.ug. B 2,a
V ANTED, for U. 8. Army, able-bodied un
married mt-n between aaea of. 21 and
v HI p ns ot United tttates, of good char
acter, and temuerate habits, who can
sneaa. read anu write' r.haliBh. . For
forroatloif appiy to Recruiting officers.
14th and Douge Sis., Omaha, and post
office uullaing, Lincoln, Neb. B D-31
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KJOD messengers wanted, high salarlea.
a. u. x. co 'tut a. win oi. "
IOOK SALESMEN Three experienced men
to sell a uew edition ot'jonn ivrnanca
s, ' In right volumes, Willi iarper
or itiagnsine; a
nrnDoMtlon. linruer & uius.-
riUS ad will prove salary and expenses
xivancea lo salesmen, au.c.v..-.
irlumph Co., lalias, Tex. B MU 2o
5AIX Oil "lllTE-Moler Barber CoUege,
W Douglns ft., aooui special orrcf tor
mert to team barber" traoe; comparatively
no expanse; more expertem: In one monto
than years by other methods; boaru vr
viued: waiSts BatUrdays; teois piesunieui I
positions pientiiul; uo not uo fntuiw.
cneap iraiuii- ..,, """"r ',.7
what we haVe to oifer. B MMi I
rVANTED, good specialty salesman:-. Ad-.
dress o 4, nee. .. . .
TAILOR wanted at-ence;
trail tx, Holdregfe, IieB, :
Carl P. Linden
SVERYHBRfi. to sell Lambert Type
writers. -Monroe at .., oii m si.,
WAM KU-I'KMALK UULl'. .
100 Girls. Call Canadian olflce. 16th Dodge.
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WANTED, student nurse at South Omaha
hospital. - .' ym.
WANTED, ' Swedish or .Wei man girl for
general housework;-smau iauill ; . good
wages. Call at U j-a,ta st. - aunt
WANTED,- a" -good girl 4or general house
work Appl JLt i'opieton . avo,
. - f . .; i.. ,. - , C 458
WANTED Qirl to do. general houaeworlt
In tanuiy ot ttiree; , ooa wages, airs;
bimerai. 7I N. attt ave. c M4.1
GOOD girl, for general housework. 66a Bo.
stn bi. ; gooa wagear v w
WANTED," competent ' girl for general
housework: wanea. 6: no laundry worn.
1KJ2 DaVcnpor C !) to
WAITED, head dlnltigroom girl, 2tt per
mo. ' Fare aovancea. J. U. velio, Vaien
une. Neb. C Mi3 1
A GOOD cook wanted for the Lange hotel,
upstauran i t. " ' vww
WANTED,' fine appearing lady pianist;
also ballad singer, to feature with om
nlght stand company. Address O Bee
FOR RENT HOISES.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co. ; office, .luuia f aruaiu, or inw, iJu-Aj.
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tiAIICCC In all parts ot city. The O.
nUWJUJ t Davis. Co., rus Bee lildg.
9-ROOM modern, near High school, $27.60, ' '
-room nouse, shin ana t.nariea, uj.uv-.
lnu. MH Cap. Ave, Tel. 6i. ttotiiaon.
BEE PAYNB; BUBTWICH CO. for choloe
ho usee. vl-3 f. mug. iei. iuio
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MAOUAB.D Van Storage Co.
1520 BURT, rooms, modern, nice lawn.
221s is. 19th, s-room, -modern, $20.00. '
UM N. ISHh, 9i'om, modern, $al.uu,
W. FARNAM Sail I ti CO..
' XiM Farnaui Bt.
HOUSES ana flats Blngwalt, Barker block.
Q. a. Wallace, Brown Block.
FOR RENT 44 ROOMS. ,
101 and ioU liuward.sts.4 .has Just been
put in nrst-clasa repair, including toUr
new bath rooniav; desirable location for
mail hotel; Uu per mouth.
GEORGE at CO., 1601 FARNAM ST.
... ... .. D MU99 30
FOR RENT, one 9-room house, with gas,
water nd kewer; Just been placed In
' tirst-claas reiialx; iu good, location. C. M.
Bachiuaun, 4Je-37 Paaton block. D 179
$515 K. 18th st,. 7 rooms, all modern. $18.00
tvSl Jackaon St., r . all modern, $18.00. -iM
N. 2sth aw. 10 r., all modern; ele
$215 Burt at., $ r., medern, except furnace.
tath and Taylor sts., 4 r:, 'well water, $10.00.
436 Harney St., r., all modern, fl2.lt.
oi7 N. 2"th St., r., all-modern flat, seoond
floor, $16.00. ". '
We have others. Come and see us.
Last your houses with us for rent W
have the - tenanta. Payne Inveatment
Company.. 1st floor N. V. L. bldg. TeL
1781. .. . '.. . D 475.
004 MAPLE STREET Eight rooms'. $2oT
ELEGANT s-room moflVrn house, every
thing: keys, southwest corner 26th and
Capitol Ave. . D 614 2t
FOR RENT. 9-rojm
house. Just newly
papered and repaired, all modern except
furnace, ltd Bt. and Poppleton Ave., lis.
Tw 9-room housea, 30th and California Sts.,
all modern, city water and sewer, 1K.
One 4-room house, 27th and Cuming bt.,
city water, $10.
. C. M. BACHMANN,
T 4rf-3 paxtorLBPjt.
LOW rent for, good s-room house, 22d and
California atreeta. If taken soon. Inquire
at mi tofltl 19ltt treet, D M706 2f
$30 S-roorp modern house, 2248 N. 19th Bt,
tA 9-room modern house. 4J2 N. Kuh St.
$il 4-rOom raodern house, .47.1 Farrta.m- 8L
. . A Bvi. Uth Bt. .P .
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MODERN -room hiiuae. south front, lust
palmed;. two months' rmt frve to desirable
tenant, uanneii, an drown Block.
FOR RENT, forty acres In the cltv Im1tl
of South Omaha; small house, excellent
place ior reta yard, vine Omaha Realty
kompajiy, ut foogiaa ou.. upslairs.
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FOR RENT, -s-reora modern cottage.- S4!$
t annul AVit. Xhe U. f. Davis Co.. Bee
Bldg. ....... , D-6642
FOR RENT 7-roora house, 14 Center Bt
$9 U. s-ronm house. 2525 S. 11th Bt.. $12.
1 ne umana rteaity t--e., ljoi uougias Bt.
upatalra. ' D 73
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European Hotel, Uth and Farnam.
$1 PER WEEK CI B. Uth Bt., one block
owa 01 cuurx nouse. - s o
AJCTNA HOUBJC. FuropMai uth gnd Dodge.
FOR RENT FtRNISIIED BOOMS.
DKSIRARI.K rooms: wslklng distance;
-nrst-ciass location. Z.-t Farnam.
I ROYAL, HOTEL. European. 16th It Chicago.
HANDSOME steam heated room. 1909 Capl-
ROOMS for light housekeeping. II"'
ara. ju Mill u-ii-
M. E haul trunks.
THE FARNAM 19th and Farnam streets.
8TEAM HEATED rooms, 110 month;
uaraer Hotel, 13th and Jones Hi".
11th street. E-M..1
FRONT room, modern.
per week. 1717
v e biter.
E to Dl
ROOM for gentlemen In private family,
new nouse, . not water niaL flrarnn u
3. Bee. . E 624 24
FOR RENT, two nicely furnished rooms;
one sitting, one bedroom; modern, .private
bath; gentlemen preferred. 814 Bn. 2Mb Bt.
E 500 2n
FIRMSHRU ROOMS AXD HOARD.
MERRIAM, comfortable winter home. Tel ti
rates reasonable. Midland Hotel, 16th and
PRIVATE family. 60s S. 26th ave
' F M1W
FOR RENT-ITORUI AXD OFFICES.
FOR RENT, store In first-class 'ocatlonj
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Peter A
Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1246
run nr.n i, me Dunning i u i itir- r m.-vu-
plod, by The Bee at 816 Farnam Bt. It ha
four stories and a basement -which was
formerly used as The Bee press room. I
This will te rented very reasonably. If
Interested annlv at office to C. C. Hse-
water, secretary, room 100, Dee building.
WANTED, tenant to share large offices on
the ground floor ot m. X. uie mag. in
surance man .preferred.: Apply U01 Doug.
ins St., uprtalrs.' ; . 4240
flpvTRAI.l iroMrv. d
..with fixtures': also fine laundry.
Steam Dat ana P
, fl , Ti
Tlsard, Zit N. 23d.
' I 44
WANTED, canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to ina
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
hipu.iv mnlnvment. wlth'assured aood In-
come. Agents in tne couniry wmi uuio i
and tiugsy especially desired' CahVasser
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make laVllv I6u to llutt per' mohth. Ad-
,dreH, Cenury-Karmcr Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, umana. . tu
1,000 AGENTS wanted t,o sell desirable old-
line insurance lor tne 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 commissions given to
good, reliable men. , Call on or write to
Ueorge J. Crane. Superintendent Western
Department. 319 First Nat l Bank Bldg.,
Omaha, Neb, . i M123 Di
150 WEEKLY and. expenses. Sample free.
Greatest money making invention or tne
age. Automatic Wnstver does a hashing
In 30 minutes without labor or attention:
cheaper' tkan . any other; jndestruotlble;
everybody buys agents coining money;
thousands - of testimonials. . Automatic
Washer Co., Station U, Chicago. -
, J M7S3
AGENTS wanted. Man or woman of good
aduresa wantea to can on -cosiness mentis
Very profitable position for competent I
PCIBUM, .uvu U'Uft., i . " ' '
&.!nnnn 1 a -n n..n
OM. Van Stor, Co., 1511 Vi Farn.
VANS and baggage wagons. Tel. UK,
WANTED TO BUT.
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WANTED To buy or location for bank:
about iiu.uuv capital. Lincoln Hate De
posit & Trust Co.. Lincoln, Neb.
. ' : N-621-29
WANTED, dirt hauled one-half mile to
2M h and Farnam. inquire at 607 N. T.
Life building. N-M707 2$
FOR SALE FIR.MTIRB.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2020 New and secondhand, bought, sold,
exchanged. ' ' : O 471
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'. FOR 8ALB HORSES, WAGONS, ETCi
NEW and secondhand vehicles for sale
cheap, li. 'Frost, 14th and Leavenworth.
- . A ' P 471
FOR SALE 'or trade, thoroughbred white
Arabian stallion, weight l.lou pouiias, agd
' 1 years. Ogden Livery, Council BluXs.
FOR SALE MlSCELLANKOlg.
NEW and 2d-hand typewriters. 1111 Farnam
. .- g 4i
FOR SALE, pbonographa, superior to t.iy
other musical Instrument , $i up. The
Wltunana Co.. 1621 Farpany q 474
FOR SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican
hairless dog a. Address, ii. a. tiea. .
FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib
bing, comuiuauuu tauuera. - wot iuugius-.
; ... - e-M473
'ND1AN goods and rellca, 1119 Farnam.
100 STYLES Musses: catalogue free. Sher
man St Mcconnell Drug Co., 1st b and
Doage. Omaha. J -477
FOR BALE, fine Jersey cow; extra milker;
a snap for some one. ca-uurae s Darn,
South Omaha. y M546 2
2DIIAND safe cheap.
Deright, 1119 Farnam.
..... 1 n I T . XT hllK.nl . n tmUimt
billiard tables repaired; a large stock of 1
rhD bar hxtures. cigar counters, etc
The Bruliswlt'k-Balke-Collender. Cq.. 4"7-9
8. 10th. , W Mov mt
HIGH ORADE piano at bargain by party
leaving the city; casn or part casn. u so
Bee. W Mais
PIANO for ssle or trade; want honse and
buggy, u 23. uee. y 3iu un
BUY or sell pool tables. Kern, $21 S. 12th,
, W W
FURNITURE of small flat. Inquire n 8.
2bth st. w Aim jd
ELECTRIC-1 outfit, consisting, of I' Edison
dynamos, one, an anu one u jv. iv., a
Ideal engines, 40-horse power each, and
one small water pump, for sale at a very
reasonable price, as. It la entirely too
mull for our ul ant. Cauaclty. 700 Hghta:
machinery In first-class condition. Caa-
1 -1 f I V. i ' . . ....... . W .m ' ,
uer Electric IJaht Co.. Caaper. Wyo
. Q M734 V
MRS'TRlTZ. calrvOnt; 1414 Cass Bt.
MMB. GYLMER. genuine palmist, 91$ . U.
MME. SMITH. -baths. 11$ N. 15. Id floor, R. It
: . ' T Sj9 ua
MME. AMEB, vapor baths, 14 N. 16th. R. t
. T 01438 LU
GRACE tTBRYAN of Kentucky. 72 8. 13th.
T 454 D17
PR. ROT. chlropodlt: corns md uperflj
ous hair removed by electricity. H. It.
Frenser block. . U 881
VIAVI. Woman's Way to Health. Home
treatment. Bouklrt free. 14 Bee PWg ,
Omaha. U 4&J -
RUPTURE CURET-No knife, no pain, bo
detention from business rVnd for Kkiat.
etc. EMPlRtC Rl PTURE CURE CO . 933
N. Y. Life Bldg.. Omaha., . U Ui
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, whnleaale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 163 Douelas.
DR. B. M. JACK BON. specialist In chronic
diseases. I5u6 Farnam Bt. Consultation
free. ' U-43
ELITE PARLORS. CIS B. ltb St., M floor.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
flnempnt; bable boarded and adopted.
Mrs. OardeN, 2234 Lake. Tel. Red-ViM
PRIVATE hospltat before and during con
finement; flrt-clas In every respect;
babies adopted. Dr. I L. Miller, 2V4
Blondo Bt. "Phone F-1192. U-M429 N2S
BARGAINS entire alnrk diamonds, irstch
price" Drnon'd" VorUO.
e, jewelry. In pawn mortgaged, hair
WE RENT sewing machines at 75c per
week. We repair and sell parts for any
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
'Phone 16B3. Corner 15th and Harney Sis
834 Broadway. Council Bluffs. 'Phone B-618
611 isorth 24th St., So. Omaha. 'Phone t.tba.
TELEPHONE 790 for L. M. E. messengers.
MONEY TO LOAK REAL ESTATE.
4Vt PER CENT on business property.
6 per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or psrt any time.
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MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha, real
estate. urennan-Love Co., 9J9 B. 3tn.
4 TO 6 P.' C. money. Bemls, Paxton Blk.
FIV E PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros.. 1904
amain. . - y
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r"v Air. money. . u. eaa. 1W4 JJpugias.
WAVTFD rltv lnnna and warranfa W
Farnam Smith A Co., 1320 Farnam street.
WANTED, city and farm loana; arsd Ikonds
and warrants. R. C. Peters Ic Co., 1703
Farnam. m., Bee Bldg. 'W 4W .
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WANTED. 15,000 load on flrgf vHass real ea-
. late security. Inquire Blixt 4 Lovgren,
room l-iiton OlocK. vv M126
MO.tET TO LOA V "H.TTfcl-Sl
WHEN you find It necessary to borrow
Hlv. i, M trial hfnh - tU ' K,
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lair treatment, attempt to retain you
give ua a trial, arter wnicn we will, by
lair ireaimeni, attempt to retain your
patronage. We loan front HO up on fur
niture, pianos, Uve'stock, etc We also
make loans to --
Without mortgage or endorser. We, do
not deduct Interest In advance; we charge
nothing for making or tiling papers and
our service Is quick and confidential. V
always try to plesse our patrons.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
lit Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2296.
Established Uiii) South 16th Bt.
DO YOU NEEDIONEY? $
, MONEY TOsliiAN $
ON ... $
FURNITURE AND SALARIED . $
$10 to $500 loaned on FURNITURE, $
PIANOS. ETC.. and to salaried oeoule 1
$ at very lowest rates and for any length $
Of lime, witnuut puuui-ujr ur removing 9
the Droperty. Payments can be made
to suit your convenience.
uau ana act uur iciuu vciure kuiiik
$ elsewhere. ,
I HtLl A BLK4 wnLiril LUarAn A. I
JtOOm oAA, Aiuru iwi i iwu skkk. 9
WHERE you can get It on IfURNITLRE,
PIANOS, HORSE8,. WAGONS,
- COWS, ETC.; also on SALARIES.
WHERE you get It on short notice and
WHERE you pay for only the time money
la in use.
WHERE you can return it on easy weekly
or monuiiy payments.
WHERE you get the lowest rates.
WHERU can you do better?
1 nUt.. 1A tlJ,JJ14 V.U.,
633 Paxtoo Blk. 16lh and Farnam Sts.
largest Business in loans to
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, . team
sters, boarding houses, etc.. without sa-
puriiv: easiest terms: 40 offices in prin
cipal cities. . Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. '..' -tw'
MftKCT loaned on furniture, live, stock.
Jewelry, -to salaried people. Foley Loaji
Co . Buc. to uun uretn, uaraer diock.
, . X-6ug
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew-J
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. jr. tieea, 319 a.u.
MONEY losned oh plain note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest ratea.
614 raxton diuck. ine j. a. iiutton o.
. BISIXESS CHANCES.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quick see j.
11. Johnson, bt in. x. Lilt x MjOS
' ,"k7 T
BALE Rooming house, 38 rooms.
heat, nne location: a snap this
St.. Ullxie, O St., Lincoln,
WANT to buy, sell or trade a business
Go .see wiiHon, waroes ,co., 41 T to 419
FOR . BALE Hardware and Imulement
tock; Invoice $3,vo; well located in eaat
. Nebraska. T. M. Cllne. 1238 O St., Lin-
. coin, ieo. X JilUi 3a
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, Mccague building.
GENERAL repairing rhop for sale. Very
gooa opportunity ior a gooa, au-arouna
mechanic; the only repair hhop In the
cltv: also a bicycle repalrlnc shoD in con
nection; smau capital necessary. Aauress
L. Krleboom, Lead, o. u.
FOR BALE, coal yard, with 300 feet track-
. aae. Peter LenaKh. South Omaha.
Y M544 28
NO. 1 bowling alleys In Kanaas, Nebraska
nd Iowa. Pool hall In Omaha.
Address O 42, Bee.
X MT1S J
FOR SALE The best paying bowling alleys
In tne state, at Aioion, neo. t wo aueys;
big business, owner going to leave city.
Investigate quick. Address, Box 537,
Albion, ieD. 1 saj z
WANTED, a good location for a stock of
. general merchandise; give full particulars
abojt tne town, etc.; American locality
preferred. Addreas . W. B. - Codington,
Nemaha, JeD. X Ma.t, a
FOR BALE, three-chair barber shop In good
county seat town; reason for selling,
failing health. Address O 17, Omsha Bee.
I STEAM laundry In. live Nebraska town,
I 1 . . ..II A M .111., t. n
cheap; great railroad facilities. C. E.
Adams, Jr., 604 Bee Bldg. Y MTU 25
BOWLING, alley and bulldiag for sale
cheap. O. ii. OllUs-ple, Madlbon. Neb.
Y M741 25'
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
A. P. Tukey & Son.'
House and 5 Acres.
Offer ' 6-room house, barn and outbuild
ings, wun nearly acres of ground, la
one solid body, for $3,250.
This would make an excellent location for
some mi who la moving Into Omaha. or
who bow lives here and wanta to keep a
horse, cow and chickens, and who wants
a tract of land for garden purposes. It
on the street ear line and close to one
of tae beat acnooir in tne city.
A. P. TI KEY AND SON
444-446 Board of Trade.
'Phone Office, nsi; Res., F-25.90.
HE 731 24
LOT i, block 143, ntr. su oy 133 reet. on
eoutbwest corner of 19th and rarnam.
win do sota oa partition aeue to tne nig ti
es I bidder on Wedntsday. November 84.
Terms, one-half cash. Inquire of W. T.
Nelson, lvla N-w York Life, or W. M.
ttiilvr, V4 .Sw i wxg JUIe, HJ-47s-t
FOR gALK REAL ESTATE.
ONLY 12 an acre for 4S0 acres In the
finest wheat country In Canada; fine
terming land, 6 mllea from the thriving
town of Killamey. Manitoba; gently
rolling prairie, 246 acres cultivated, bal
ance good pasture and hay land; good
water, fine, Urge, frame house; Urge
granary; stone stable; 42x72 feet; soil
heavy, black loam; cl;y subsoil. Myron
R. Hasting). 12 B. 14th St. RE-M7U 26
W. C. CHISSELL for BARGAINS In real
estate. W16 Jones Bt. 'Phone 17"J1.
RE MAi4 D15
HOUSES end lots In all parts of city; also
acre proierty and farm lands. The e.
Davis Co.. Room 652. Bee Blug. RE-10
BEE PATNE. BOPTWICK ft CO. for choice
bargains. 601 N. 1. Life Bldg. Tel. 101.
t Ton 6 ft.. No. front on Jackson, near lath.
I 700 N. V. cornet 34th and Jackson, 66x132,
I (K 46 ft., E. front on Lowe ave., nr. Burt.
KpiON. V. Cor. Lowe ave. and Burt; 47x140
1 hm 48 ft., west front, on 14th, near Dorcaa.
t 375 N. E. corner 16th and Decatur.
H5i 60 ft. N. front on Blondo, bet. 35 1J.
I K10N. E. Cor. Franklin and 32d.; 42 by 127
1 6o0 6) feet. K. front on tn. near tsancroii.
OMAHA REALTY CO., 1301 DOUOLAb.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company.
McAllester, land commissioner, Union Pa
ciflo Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.-
WELL built g-r house, on fine lot ana
beautiful location. Inquire mi vinioii.
KE 223 N24
KEL8ET'S wall paper, 17th and Douglas.
i none iwo. '"
DO YOU WANT TO
btLL A r-AKivir
tf vmi m-ant to apll a farm or ranch, tell
the farmers and stocktalsers about-It. The
best way to reach them Is through
This agricultural weekly goes to 35,000
homes of farmers and stockraisers, so If
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you Ought to find a buyer
among them. The cost ui n ad la small
i cent per word. - . , -
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
. OMAHA, NbfcJ. ,
. , , . RE 28 Dlt
LOT 38, block 8, Orchard Hill, all clear
taxes paid, complete abstract Of title,
$150; 15 caah. and 15 per month, without
Interest, Thia xt Is C0xl40 ft, fronting
north on Franklin, 100 ft. west of 38th.
Handy to. street car and good school
-and has sidewalk and city water. Three
lots previously advertised this week on
same terms are sold. , Act quickly. Har
rison & Morton, N. Y. Life. R E M506
FOR BALE Fifty-acre farm, five miles
north "Council Bluffs on- Crescent road;
fruit and good Improvements: a bargain.
Address C. F. Miller, 723 Mynster street,
Council Bluffs , .HE M744 30
I A FINE 480-acre farm In eastern Nebraska,
, hear Central City, In Merrick county,
one of the finest Improved farms In the
state, at a snap; $8,uuO Worth of improve
ments. Bend for Illustrated description of
It. Payne Investment Co., New York IJfe
bldg., Omaha, or Heaton & Stone, Cen
tral City. RE M73s 1
MAGNIFICENT residence In Irvtngton-on-
Muason. xx. 1., ik roouiav baths; hand
somely furnished; 2Vi acres ground, stable
and cottage; 200 feet above river, H mile
from R. R. station; will be sacrificed to
anake quick sale. W. M. Wstrander, North
American building, .Philadelphia, Pa.
.. .--1 e HhMTfl 25 .
11 1 ' ill , 1 1 -
SHORTHAND AND TYPE WRITING.
GREGG S. H., Touch T. W., Bus. Branches.
ieleg. cat. tree. urn. com. col., 17 ft Doug.
A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life,
BOYLES college, court reporter principal.
XV X. .Life. 614
NEB. Busineas St 8honhand College, Boyd's
i neater. oi
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans
cesspools ana vaults, removes garbage
.and dead animals at reduoed prices, tui
f. itttb lei. luti - i
P. MELCHOIR, 13th and Howard, ma
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wka. makea a spe
cialty of ure escapes, snutters, aoors ana
sales, u. Anareen, rrop., ius bo. luin ot.
, - . car
' THINKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP.. 'Phone 0.717. 608 B. 16th.
THE DEPOT on time. U M. E.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
STILL MAN St PRICE, 2J U. B. N'l Bk. Bid.
NEB. COLLECTION CO., u6 N. Y. Life.
NEW BNOW-CHURCH CO., 401-40$ N. Y,
Mil UiUM'i aTiiiWIUVjral uu (.uutJU iWt a v j
LOST red cocker spaniel, dog; liberal re
ward fer Information at 11 a. tn or
phone B-20u3. . Lost 725 25
LOST Monday morning, somewhere down
town. Interchangeable mileage Dook
$77048. Finder please return to Marshall
Denial Mig. t,o.a uu ravxtuo woe.
GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 61a, N. x, Lite mug. ieu loot.
Mrs. Grace Deegan, 538 Bee Bldg. Tel. X
1-iA DIES' Chichester's English Pennyroyal
mis are tne best; sate; renaois. iake do
other. Bend c, stamps, for particulars.
"Relief for Ladles" in letter by return
mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co.. Philadelphia. Pa.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. 611 Bo. 12th.
H. J. COWGILL NO fees unless success
ful. 818 B. 15tn St, UmUL iL 1798.
WHY pay more? Lambert, $25; superior to
(MM macnines. nent on approvau Monroe
Co.. 811 N. Klh St.. Omaha. 844
BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender-
sou, i t i. io. laiv raruam di., umana.
OMAHA Steam Laundry: hirts. 8c: collars
1c; cuffs. 4c 17M) Leavenworth, Tel. A-17&3.
DETECTIVE . AGENCY.
CAPT. THOU. CORMICK. ptivaU deteetlve.
all axAJTbaca iivvk. i Bicnone . A-ava.
ELEC. automobiles. Dertght, 1119 Farnam.
GOLD, silver and nickel plating. Omaha
Plating Co.. Bee Bldg. Tel. 2M5. S31
Ft R DRESSING.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1424 S. 15ih.
PA Wit BROKERS.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. HOI uougias.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., SU North lAth.
CUT RATE railroad ticket everywhere.
P. H. Phllbin, 15o5 Farnam. Phone 7H.
EXPERT ACCOl HTAJIT.
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.
G. R. Rathbun, Boom 16. Com ) Nat. bank.
electMo light wiring.
STAMMERING AND STl'TTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled. Joe Yousen, 1411 Farnam Bt.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of csrpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J; T. Ochiltree,
'th and Lake streets. 370
THEO. L1EI3EN, 1018 Farnam, costumes.
PROPOSALS FOR THE OMAHA AUDI
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office until U m., December 11. 1902, for the
brick work and cut stone or terra cotta
work for the superstructure of the Omaha
Auditorium bulldlnc. In accordance with
drawings, specifications and memoranda t
be seen st this ollice or at the office of
John Latenser architect. Each bid must
be dccomnanld by a certified check to the
i-mount of $250 as a & aaranty ot . good
faith. The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids, proposals must be on blanks
furnished. JUK1'H rt. l.hllMt.K,
Secretary Omaha Auditorium company,
Office, bin floor Boara oi iraae mug.
N23 d3t m-e
FORT RILEY. Kan.. Oct. 25. 1902 Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, will be received here
until 11 a. m. isovcmoer za. iwk. ior con
struction of Two Double Sets of Non. Com.
Staff Quartets. Information furnished upon
. . . i l! i ft ,
application lieic, msu i viuttra ui Lnpvv
Quartermasiets. Chicago, 111.; Bt. Louis,
Mo., nd Omaha, Neb. Right reserved to
accept o reject any or all bids, or any part
thereof. Envelopes to be endorsed "Pro
posals for Construction of Buildings," ad
dressed "Captain G. O. Cress, Q. M."
eta io ii zs a m. a
rKhould be read DAILY by all interested.
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails tor the week ending No
vember 29, Wu2, will close (PROMPTLY In
.ii, nuji at the eem-rsl Dostothce as fol
lows; PARCELS POST MAILS close one.
hour earlier than closing time-soown be
low; Parcels Post mail for Germany close
at 5 p. m. weanesuay, per a. s. reaencK
Reeular and supplementary malls close
at foreign station half hour later than clos
ing time shown peiow (.except mat supple
mentary malls for Europe and Central
America, via Colcn, close one hour later at
TUESDAY At 8:10 a. m. for ITALY direct
per s. a. Blcllla (mail must be directed
'ner s. s. Blcllla ).
WEDNESDAY At 6:10 a. m. for EUROPE.
per s. s. Bt. Paul, via Southampton (mall
for Ireland must be directed "per s. a.
St. Piul"); at 8: 30 a. m. (supplementary
10 a. m.) for EUROPE, per Majestic,
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE.
(SWITZERLAND, 11AL.X. BfAlIN, fUK
TL'QAU TURKEY, EGYPT. GREECE,
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR
(jLEZ, per s. s. La Uascogne, via Havre
(mall for other parts of Europe must be
directed "per s. s. La Oaacogne").
FRIDAY At 6:30 p. m. for AZORES ISI
ANDS, per a. s. Vancouver, from Boston.
SATURDAY At 7:30 a. m, for NETHER
LANDS direct, per a. s. Potsdam (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Potsdam");
' at 8 a. m. tor BELGIUM direct, per s. a.
Kroonland (mall must be directed "per
s. s. Kroonland "); at 9:30 a. m. for SCOT
LAND direct, per s. s. Astoria (mall must
bo directed ' per s. s. Astoria") ; at 10:30
a. m. laupplementary 12 m.) for EU
ROPE, per s. s. Etrurla, via Queens
town; at 12 m. for ITALY direct, per a. a.
Aller (mall must be directed "per s. a.
'PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany only. The same
class of mull matter for other parts ot
Europe will not be sent b IMS ship un
less fc).eclall directed by It.
After the closing ot the supplsmentary
transatlantic maila named above, addi
tional supplementary malls ara opened on
the piers ot tho American, English,
French and German steamers. an-J remain
cpen until within ten minute ot tho hour
of sailing of steamer.
Malls fox- tooth and Ceatral America,
West ladles. Etc.
TUESDAY At 9:10 a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for CENTRAL AMERICA
(except Costa Rica) and SOUTH PA
CIFIC PORTS, per s. a. City of Wash
ington, via Colon (letter, mall for Guate
mala must be directed "per a. a. City of
Washington"): at 13 m. for CEARA and
MA HANI I AM. per s. a. Gregory (mall for
other parts or tirs.su must do aireciea
. "per s. s. Gregory"); at 12:30 p. m. (sup
elementary l:3o p. m.) for BT. THOMAS.
ST. CROIX. LEEWARD and WIND
WARD ISLANDS, BRITISH, DUTCH
anil FRENCH GUIANA, per s. s. 'Ma
dlana (mall for Grenada and Trinidad
must be directed ' per s. a. Moia,na );
at a.SO p. to. for Jamaica, per s. a. Ad
Tniral Farraa-ut. from Boston.
WEDNESDAY At 12 m. for CUBA, YU
CATAN, CAHrbctit,, tauahlu na
CHIAPAS, per s. s. Esperansa (mall for
other parts of Mexico must be directed
trt s. a. Esneransa"): at 12:10 p. m.
(supplementary 1:30 p. ra.) for TURKS
ISLAND and DOMINICAN REPUBLIC,
yer s. s. New York; at 6:80 p. m. for
AMA1CA. per g. a. Admiral Schley, from
THURSDAY At 11 m. for OUANTANAMO
and BAMiAUU, per a. a. .iemuegoa; at
1 d. m for NEWFOUNDLAND, per a. ,
Carthaginian, from Philadelphia.
FRIDAY At 12 m. for MEXICO, per a. a,
Santiago, via Tamplco (mall must be
directed "per s. s. Santiago"); at 8:30
P. m. for BERMUDA, per steamer from
8ATI RDAY At a. m. for PORTO RIOO,
ri'RACAO and. VENEZUELA, per a. a.
Philadelphia (mall for Bavanllia and Car
tagena must be directed "per a. a. Phila
deiphia"); at 1:30 a. ra. (supplementary
10:90 a. m.) for foktlkb island, JA
MAICA, SAVANILLA and CARTAGENA,
ter s. s. Alene (mall for Costa Rica muH
be directed "per a. a. Alene"); at 9:99
a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for
HAITI and SANTA MARTA, per s. s.
Adirondack; at 10 a. m. for CL BA, per
a. a. Morro Castle, via Havana; at 10
a. m. for GRENADA and TRINIDAD,
per a. a. Maraval: at 10 a. ra. for YUCA
and CAMPECHE. per s. s. Dajtary
at 11 m. for PERNAMBUCO, SANTOS
mr,A RAO PAULO, per a. s. British Prince
i mall for other parts of Braiil must be
directed "per s. s. oniisn rnnce'); a
i2:xo n. m. for CUBA, per a. s. Curltvna
via Matansas (ordinary mall only, wh'.rh
must be directed ptr s. a. wurityt
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Bvdney. and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally at 9.80 p. m. (connecting
rli here every Monday. Wednesdar and
Saturday). Mails for Mlquelon, by rail
to Buityn, ud theaca by aleisr, clos
' at this ofTIr dally at :' p. m. Malls for
' Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Kla., and
thence by stesmr, close st this office
dally, exce.pt Thursday, st &:.TO a. m. (ths
connettlng clofes are made on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Baturdays). Malls for
Mexico Cltj , overland, unless specially
a (JO rested for dispatch hf steamer, close
st this office dally, except Sunday, at
1.90 p. m and 11:30 p. m , Pundsys at 1
?m. and 11:90 p. m. flails for Costa
tlca. Bellst. Puerto Cortes and letter
mail for Guatemala, by rail ts New Or
leans, and thrnee oy steamer, close at
this office dally, except Sunday, st M SO
p. m. and 11:3) p. m , Sundays at i p. m.
and '11.30 n m. (connecting closes here
Mondays at '11:30 p. m. for Bellae, Puerto
Cortes and letter mall for Guatemala, and
Tuesdays at '11:90 p. m. for Costa Rica).
'Registered mall closes at p. ra. previous
Malls for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and ictorla, B. c, close here daily at
9.30 p. m. up to November 25, Inchislve,
for dispatch per s. s. Empress of China
(reglKtcrea mail must be specially ad
dressed. Merchandise for I . B. Postal
Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
Mails for the Philippine Islands, via San
r rancisco, close n, r uany at p. m.
up to November "2b, Inclusive, for dls
batch ter U. h. Transuort,
Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle,
close Here dally at :30 p. m. up to iso
vember "2, Inclusive, for dispatch per
s. s. losa Aiaru.
Malls for Hawaii. China. Japan and Fhlllp
pine Inlands, via Ban Francisco, close
here dally at (:30 r. m. up to November
"28. Inclusive, for dlsuatcn ner s. s. Chinrt.
Malls for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to December
"1. Inclusive, for dispatch per s. a. Ala-
Mulls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via Ban Francisco, close here dally st
:30 p. m. up to December "1, inclusive.
ior oispatcn per a. s. atanposa.
Malls for China and Japan, via Tacomu
close here daily at 6.3o p. m. up to 1
cember "2, Inclusive, for dispatch pel
' s. Olympla.
Malls - for Australia (except West Aus
tralia, which goes via Europe, snd New
Zealand, which goes via San Francisco),
and FIJI llands, via Vancouver and Vic
toria, B. C, close here dally at 8:3u p. m.
. after November "22 and up to December
"8, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s.
Malls for Hawaii, Japan, China and Phil
ippine Islands, via Ban Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to December
"6, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Doric.
Malls for Australia (except West Australia,
which Is forwarded via Europe) New Zea
land, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via Ban
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m.
1 aftir December "6 and up to December
, "13, inclusive," for dispatch per a. s. 81
rrra. (If tho Cunard steamer carrying
the British mail for New Zealand does
not arrive In time to connect with this
dispatch, extra mails closing at 5:30 a.
m., 9:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.; Sundays at
4-30 a. m 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. will be
made up and forwarded until the arrival
of the Cunard steamer.)
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port
of sailing daily and the schedule of closing
Is arranged, on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. "Regis-
. tered mall closes at 6 p.'m. previous dsy.
CORNELIUb VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Postofflce, New York. N. Y., Nov. 21, 1902.
IAILWAY TIME CARD.
BURLINGTON & Mis
souri River Railroad "T09
Burlington Route" Gen
eral Offices, Northwest Cor
n.r Tenth and Farnam
Streets. Ticket Office, 1502
ra.no m Street. Telephone,
LoBtr'lCnrn Station. Tenth and Mason
Streets. Telephone L. Arrlve.
Lincoln Hasting. - a l:40 em g 7:45 pm
McCok .... v.i.
n":lnV,..UKe",.rrfrnla:.a 4:25 pm a 8:10 pm
J.7. ' v.nrsim . ... 25 pm a 1:10 pm
r a-k Hills. .all:10 pm a :4a am
Ueatr,C6 " bU:56 tm
Lincota i u
Denver, cpioraau. ..
. l,.pn a lu
pm bll:05 am
,.in. tunctlon.. ....... V" "
Bellevue, Ilattsmouth &
Pacific Junction a $:00 am
Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
Sl Oulncy Railway "The
Burlington itoute iicaet
Office, 1602 r arnam street,
Teleuhone 150. Depot,
Tenth and Mason Streets.
cial a 7:00 am all :00 pm
Chlraeo Veatibuled F.x..a 4:00 cm a 7:30 am
Chicago Local Express. a 9:30 am a 4:06 pm
Chicago Limited ....,... 8:06 pm
Fast Mall a pm
RAILW AY ( TIME CARD Continued
KANSAS CITY. ST. Jo
seph Sc Council Bluffs
Railroad "The Burlington
Route" Ticket Office. 1502
'Farnam Street, Telephone
250. Depot. - Tenth and
Mason Streets. Telephone
T MT, A rrtvo
Kansag City Day Ex. ...a 9:30 am a 6:06 pm
Kansss City Night Ex..al0:30 pm a 6:16 ara
pi. iouis lyer, ior Bt.
josepn ana Bt. ixuis..a 5:10 pm all:15 am
Missouri Valley Railroad
Line" General Offices.
United Statea National
Bank Building, S. W.
Corner Twelfth and Far.
nam sis. licxet umce. I4ui Farnam k
Telephone 561. Depot, 15th and Webster
Bis. leiepnone itoo.
i . . Leave. Arrive
Black Hills. Deadwood.
Lead, Hot Springs.... a 1:00 pm a 6:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 1:00 pm 6:00 pm
riasmig!, jura, uavia
city. Bupenor, ueneva.
Exeter and Seward b 1:09 nm t 8 -no nm
Lincoln and Fremont. b 7 JO am blO:2S am
Lincoln Wahoo and
Fremont b 7:90 am blfl:H am
Fremont Local e 7:80 am
a Dally. B Dally exceot Bundar. e Run.
day only, d Dally except Saturday.
Dally except Monday.
weetern Railway "The
City Ticket Office. 1401
Farnam Bt, Telephone
(xU. Depot, Tenth and
Marcy Streets, Tele
Fsst Omaha-Chicago. ..a 9:00 am allrSOpm
Local Carroll-Omaha. ..b 4:00 pm a 9:50 ant
Local Chlcago-Omaba..alO:Ej6 am a 1:10 nm
Fast Omaha-Chicago.. .a 4:55 pm a 4:05 pm
rut j.maoa-t.nicago...a ceo am a 7:00 am
Fast Mall a (:U0 pm a 1:46 pm
Omaha-Chicago Lmtd..a 8:10 pm a 9:20 am
r aat Bt. rau, a i:m pm a 9:15 am
Daylight Bt. Paul a 7:35 am a!0:25 pm
Fast Mall a 8:30 am
Cedar Rapids Passenger a 6:10 pm
Local Sioux City b 4:00 pm b 9 $0 am
Local Bloux City a 6:10 am a 8:50 pm
a Dally, b Daily except bunday.
CHICAGO. ST. PAUL,
Minneapolis St Omaha
Railway "The North
weatero Line" General
Oftioea, Nebraska Divi
sion, 15th and Webster
bis. tJity Ticket OrHr.a.
iwi rurnair dl iciepnune 001. JJepot,
15th and Webster 81a. Telephone 1459.
- Leave. Arrive.
Twin C4ty Passenger... a l:3o am a 9:10 pm
Bloux City Passenger.. .a 2:uu pm all. 10 am
Oakland L0C4I b 6:46 pm b 6:45 am
a uany. u uany except Buuuay.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAIL-
road General OfBoes and
Ticket Offices, Southeast
Corner 14th and Douglas
Dia. eiepnone i04. Depot,
. Liiwu Diauun.
Bt. Louis and Kanaaa
City Express a!4:09 am 1 I M nm
K, C., Bt. L. Express. ..aid .50 pm a 8:15 ata
uriT irum ibiu ana
Nebraska Local. via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:46 am
a uany. o uany except eunaay.
WABASH RAILROAD Tic
ket Office. l01 Farnam
Street. Telephone 12X De
pot, lento sua Marcy ote.
SL Louis Express. tiw a 8:20 am
Bt. Louis Local (from
Council Bluff jj a 9:16 am al0:$0pm
Fort urooa, o'" ...TV .wi
Louisville. Plattsm th b 8.30
Bellevue, Plattsmouth 4.
DayllKht c'hlcaao Gpe
1ILWAY TIME CARD Ctltied.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND A
Pscillc Hntlroad "The Great
Rock Island Route" City
Ticket Office. 1323 Farnam
street. Teltphore 428. Depot.
Tenth and Mirer siracia
Telephone 829. Leave. Arrive.
Chlcsa-n Dayllsht I. Id. a B OO am a f 15 am
Chicago Dayilght Local.. a T:) am a $ 35 m
Chicago Kxpreaa bll:lSsm a 6:iS pm
i'-a iuiii- r.xprves. . . i;a pm bli:rt am
Chicago I(sst Express a 6:85 pm 1:25 pm
Rocky Mountain Itd...a 1:60 am a 1:59 am
Lincoln, Colorado Bp gs.
lenver, Pueblo and
West a 1:30 pm a 6:00 pm
Colorado, Oklahoma A
T'ss 1 Fyei a $: pm U:40 m
Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
V . '
Railroad-City Ticket Of
fice. 140$ Farnam Street.
Telephone, 246. Depot.
Tenth and Marcy Sts.
ChlcagoKxpress 7:35 am a 6:10 pm
Chicago Limited a 7:60 pm 8: am
Fast Man aiv: pm
Minneapolis A Bt. Paul
Express b 7:35 am bl0:38 pm
Minneapolis 6t Paul
Limited a 7:5f pm a 1:0$ am
Fort Dodge laical from
Council Bluffs b 4:60 pm al0:O0 am
Fort Dodge lxicsl from
Council Bluff's $ 00 am
a Dally, b Dally except SunJsy.
UNION PACIFIC -"THE
Overland Route" -General or
Jlces, N. K. Corner Ninth rnd
Farnam Streets. City Thkt
Office. 1324 Farnam Bt. Tel.-
phone 314. Depot, Tenth and
Marcy Bis. Telephone tiJ9.
The Overlanrl Limited., 9:40 am a 7:30 pin
ciclnl a 1:40 am a 7:30 m
.tic Fast Mah A 8:50 am a 1:25 pm
The Mall and Express. .all : am a 1:40 am
he Colorado Special.. ,a 7:10 am
i 3:40 am
.liifoln Beatrice and
atromslnira Express.. .b 4:08 nn. M2:35 nm
The l'acltlc Express. ...a 4:26 Dm
The Atlantic Express.... a 7:90 am
Urana isiana i.orai o o:su pm o :& am
a Dally, b Dally except Bund
'ar2tV 8t p''1 Rallwsy-Clty
rrrarYnrrft ' if Farnam .
JILWAUKU. p. Tel. Phone 2S4. Denot.
StHtlt I Tenth and Mason Streets.
Chicago Otnaha Ex..b 7:40 am b $:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex. ...a 1:00 urn a 7:60 am
a Dally. D uany exceyi. ouiir.
Resumption of trips by the Mammoth
Populat Twin Screw Steamers
"Commonwealth" A "New Baa-land."
THE LibUI I kllllMltftaiMIt
From tioston Direct to
GIBRALTAR. GENOA, NAPLES.
Tho Now England and Commonwealth 1II
sail through ti Alexandria on the January
ard February voyages.
New England, Dec. s; Jan. 17; Feb. 28.
Oommonwealth." Jan. I: Feb. 14: Men. 1A
Vancouver," Nov. 29, Jan. 10, Feb. n.
Cambroman,' ueo. 20. Jan. 31, March 14.
Also sailings Boston to Liverpool, Port
nd. Me., to Liverpool. For rates, book
let etc., kpply to local agent or
COMPANY'S OFFICE, 69 Dearborn 8L,
FAWCETT WILL NOT RESIGN
District .' Court Jndgro Insists that
Resignation Rnmors Are Wltn
Judge Jacob Fawcett of the district bench
Is In Omaha for a day or two, after which
he will return to his mining Interests, fif
teen miles from Whitney, Ore. The fact
that he was soon to return to Oregon re
vlved the rumor that he proposes to resign
hie place on the bench, tmtr this the Judge
emphatically dentea, saying:
"Within three days after I return to
Oregon I expect the mill we have built to
be put Into operation and I go there again
only to make sure that everything starts
off right. ' I shall return to Omaha about
tbe holidays to rearms my place on the
bench here and all talk of '-ay resigning
can be discounted as unfounded rumor.".
The Judge'g chair in courtroom No. I will '
be occupied during hie absence by Judge
J. P. Boyd of Nellgh, who was eleeted to
the bench on the republics ticket by
nearly 800 majority In a Judicial district -which
had previously been populist by
The first case, to occupy his attention here
is the suit of J.' I. Tamlhoilan Co. against
the Northwestern road for $1,200 damage,
alleged to have been sustained by plain
tiffs when the company failed' to make
prompt delivery of goods shipped from
Sioux City to Cedar Rapids, la., to bo sold
there as a sale which had been advertised,
but which had to he called off because the
goods were not on band.
HI IIO All This for Yon.
Dr. King's New Life Pills pats vim, rigor
and new life into every nerve, musole anf
organ of the body. Try them. I5e. For
sale br Kuhn It Co.
4211 Zoj'i Suit, t,aod.vrg.
Boy's Russian Blouse Suit 4.S8 ':
made in blouse etyle are much won:
little boys and are comfortable and sa;'.:
ing to the young wearers as they are sma.
The stylish model shown Is of Scotch twee.
in mixed browns and tana, the collar, cuffs
and belt being of plain tan colored broad
cloth, the stitching being done with brown
Ilk, but all suiting materials are appro
priate and braid may be uaed to trim if a
more dressy effect, is desired.
The suit consists of knickerbockers and
coat. The knickerbockers lit snugly and
smoothly about the hips, but are draws up
In the usual baggy style by means of elaa
tle Inserted In the heme. The coat has
loosely fitted fronts and le arranged In box
plaits at the back. The long ends of the
sailor collar extend to the lower edge of
the fronts and give the effect of revere. The
sleeves are full and are gathered Into deep
cuffs and the neck ie finished with a stand
ing collar. The closing ie effected Invisibly
beneath the right edge of revere and at
tbe waist Is worn a belt.
The quantity of material required for the
medium else le I yarde 44 laches wide, or
1 yarde 6$ inches wide, with 1 yard of
either width tor collar and cuffs.
Tbe pattern 4288 la cut In sixes for boys
of 1. and years ot age.
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