Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 10, 1902, Page 9, Image 9
TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEEi WEDNESDAY, DECtMUEK. 10, 1002. V ! i SPECIAL NOTICES Advertisements for these eolamne will Ukra aatll 13 m. fat ka evening- edition ana aatll :BO p. am. far morning ana diiiir edition. fllatra, 1 l-3 a wri Srst Insertion, la a ward thereafter. Nnthlee takra far les thaa SK far tha Srst laser tlaa. Thraa advertisements mast he raa eonaerntlvely. fcr."hlc".' raa hav aaawara 4- af Tha Bar. Aaawara aa 4irtM4 will kt delivered as presentation at tne eheett a air. FOR U.B-C I04R9, TOBACCOS. FOR PRESENTS For Christmas For gentlemen For good tobacco For good cigars For good pipes : For fancy cigar holders For unique smoking sets vi For Right prices For anything See Omaha's Largest Cigar House FOUR STORES. W. F. Stoecker, Pres. WASTED-MALE HELP. Hl'STLINU . deputies wanted; men or women; splenold contract. The Garden ara, 416 Bea Bid. B 275 WANTED for U. 8. army, ablebodled un married men between ages of 21 and 35, citizens of United Btates, of good char acter and temperate habits, who can Dealt, read and write Kimd-h. For In formation apply to Recruiting Officers, lflth and Dodge Sts., Umana, ana post office building. Lincoln, Neb. D 31 GOOD messengerse wanted; high salaries. A. D. T. CO., 213 BO. iatn Bt. h-MW WANTFD Laborers for steam shovel work and drivers for scraper work. Hall Grad ing and Construction Co., Council Bluffs D MM lo WANTED, 1 good hustlers. Open until ' 8 p. m. Western Art Co., 1714 Nicholas st B M286 i WANTED, bright. Intelligent boy to hold copy. Apply at proof room of Dee Pub. Co ntri ucti ......i.. perate, well recommended. W. o. Torrey, Albion, Neb. u-mjs 12 .WAJiTDJ), Vnea. wr learn barber trade Year of apprenticeship saved by our method of. free work, Instructions, lec tures, etc room given each student. Diploma granted,' ; wages Saturdays board provided, positions furnished, cat alogue and particulars mailed free. Moler Barber College, 12oa Douglas St. B-M419 12 WE WANT seven' teams and . drivers td haul .coal; unJon wages and automatic coal loaders. BundaTland Bros., 2oth and Hickory 4jt. . v,. B-646 10 . WANTED,' good fami to haul coal. C. W uuu company, zutn ana izara bis. B 665 13 .WANTED, a competent litnd man tb aecure purchasers ror agncuiturai lanua; state nt neas, experience and give references. Ad dress Wayland, box 332, Council Bluffs, la. ' B-Miitt9 WANTED, blacksmith and two machinists. Apply 41 N Mailt at., Council BluTUla. WANTED, two active men, good writers. umeM'f iTeewry . nmmmm - ' ' B 5,2 10 WANTED, experienced bag maker; one who can build Mid take control of fac tory. lAddruaa. with, references, P 48, Bee. B Mu87 16 MECHANICS quail lied for advancement: our free booklet, "Are Your Hejids Tied?" tells how thousanda have doubled or largely lncreaaed their earning capacity through our spara time Instruction by mall; write to the International Corre spondence Schools, Box tPibS, Scranton, Pa,, or call day or evening, Omaha office, 637 Pavton block. B 11580 lo WANTED Everywhere, hustlers to tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.; no canvassing, good pay. Sun Advertis ing Bureau. Chicago. B M078 10 SALESMEN WANTED. J VERT WHERE, to sell Lambert Type writers. Monro Co., 811 N. 16th Bt., Omaha. v.- 39 WANTETJ, acflve, energetic custom shirt salesman 'lor Omaha and vicinity; must be of good appearance and able to get business from the best people; must have beat referencea as to character and ability; to such a man a permanent position Is offered, with opportunity of earning large salary. Kockferd Shirt Co., Kockford, III. MJU 11 t WANTED FEMALE HELP. -109 Girls. Call Canadian office, 15th Dodge. i C ) WANTED, Swedish German girl for r ieral house wor k; small family; good 1 S. 17 in St, C M245 wbges. CaU at 126 GEN. housework.good wages. 2O20 St. Mary's c 3o0 WANTED, a washwoman to come Mon days. Apply at 263 Davenport Bt. C-3S3 8 WANTED, young girl to eare for baby. " Apply 2405 Leavenworth at., at grocery store. C MoS9 12 16 PER thousand copying letters at horn, either' sex; send two stamps tor particu lars. Blackney & Co., bubi Halstead, Chi cago C Matt lo ' FOR RENT-HOI SES, TO MOVE right' get Omaha Van Storage Co.; office, laUto a arnam, or Tela. 16ba)-s3. i . D 941 l-Ifl! !CCC In all parta of city. The O. nUUOLO c". DavU Co., 60s Bee Bldg. D 942 MAUQARD Van & Storage Co. Tel. 1496. D 944 SEE PAYNE, BOSTW ICK CO. for choice AOuaea. sow 1. Mie Bldg. Tel. 1016. D 9vi FOR RENT, forty acres In the city limits of South Omaha; small house, excellent lace for teed yard. Ihe Omaha Realty company, vuuii 01., upstairs. D-239 HOUSES. Q. Q. Wallace, Brown Block. J-94 -ROOM modern, near High school, 127.60. t-roow house, jWia and Charles, 20.uo. luq. 2548 Cap. Ave. Tel. i'.i. Roblaon. - D 41 HOUSES and flats. Hlngw alt, .Barker block. D-45 1-ROOM modern house, XU1T Charles. Tele phone A-tu. D 163 FOR DENT, one 9-room house, with gas, water and sewert Just been placed In tirsl-claas repali; In good location. C. M Bachmann, 436-37 Paxton block. D 179 FOR RENT. 9-room house, lust newly papered and rrpalsed, all modern except furnace. 32a lit aiul roppielon Ave.. IU. Two 9-rootu houses. Mh and California Sis., all modern, uiiy water ana sewer, US. One 4-room house, 27th and Cuming fits, city water, 110. .. . C. M. BACHMANN, 43o-7 Paxton Blk. ' . D-625 'A FINE 4-room house. 1214 Charles St., IS. "j He lunana nui u., mui. tuugias, up stairs. D-217 NEAR ltk and Howard Eta., 12-room tint In flmt-clafs condition two modern bath room, new plumbing; tno.uo per month. GEORGE AND COM PAN V, ldul Farnam Bt D 825 D14 6 ROOM house. 121 8. Sid St, D MSJO U inn rent not ks. :l fl. 1TTH ST.. 6-room cottage, eltjr water, rental II". William K. fuller, receiver, ' t l.rown block. D M2',9 24TH AND K 8T8.. South Omaha. 3 nice 6 rom cottage: rental, lit per month. Wllilnm K. Potter, receiver, 103 Drown blocK. D M7t3 MODERN 7-roum house, Bo. 2Mh. near park. i.vs D-752 fSy 9-room modern housn. 42 N. 39th St. .' H-roora modern house and barn, 24J8 S. 2mh 8t. I2 lo-room modern house and barn, 2210 Fopplelon Ave. house, 4'19 Dodge St. 12 K-rooin modern huuK. 4121 Farnam 8t. t 5-tmrni house, clly Water. 9J0 N. lth St. DKt.NNAN-L.OVii CO., 3U9 B. 13111 SI. D 2.S5 -ROOM house, excellent condition, city water, tlW. 3116 Seward St. Bemls, Pax ton block. D-30 -ROOM house, 2423 Eprague. Tel. 84. D M339 f("M lCTCC In all parts of the ' city. I1UUOCJ h. C. Peter ft Co., Bee Bldar. D a WARM, modern house with stable, central location, newly painted r special conces sions to responsible tenant. K. C. Peters A Co. D M537 13 fOH RENT FIHNISHED DOOMS. jEdlRABLE rooms walking distance. 22X4 F arnam. - FJ-M314 11 DEWEY European Hotel, 13th and Farnam. .1 - tr W( (1 PER WEEK 422 So.-Utb. Bt., one block south of court house. . fe-HMS AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge n. DOTAL, HOTELs European, 16th & Chicago . SOU DOOMS for light inousekeeplng. 1623Vi How- ara. Ar-awi-p-u- ROOM9 for light housekeeping. 1623'i How ard. tMJiL U M. E, hauls trunks. Telephone 7W. BTEAM-HEATED rooms, J 10 per moath Barker Hotel, Uth and Jones ..tits. .. EM952 I ROOM 3 fur light housekeeping, 1U2 So. mo tii. , FRONT room, modern. 32 per week. 1717 Webster. . Er-J lb FOR RENT, two furnished rooms In strictly modern house, on good car line X1U N. 2ith St. . ,E 5o I FOR RENT, front parlori all modern gen tleraeu preferred. Hi N. 17 th St. E-49 9' ELEGANTLY furnlahed rooms In new modern home; hot water heat; references. 1U .Webster. . . j.j CENTRAL, steamheated, furnished room, 220 N. 23d St. E-,;u FtRMSHED DOOMS AND BOARD. MERR1AM, comfortable winter home. Tel 85 r at PRIVATE family. 606 South 2oth avenue. M1M FURNISHED room on first floor and one on second. 212 S. 25th St. , F 324 THE ALBIEZ, 111 S. 17th St.; 21 meals, $3; amgle meuis, 16c. F JdoiW 10 FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES. FOR RENT Store In flrst-closs location; rent reasonable. Apply K. C. Peters 6c Co., ground iloor, Bee Bldg.. i 266 Foil RENT The building formerly occu pied by Ihe Bee at 916 farnam Bt- it nae tour stories and a basement which was formerly used as The Bee press room. This will be rented very reasonably. If interested apply at .ohice to C. C. Dose water, secretary, room lot), Bee building. 1261 CENTRAL, grocery,, drug.,, meat market, - with tixturea; also nne . laundry. With ctem. heat knd power. Tlzurd, 220 N. 23d. 1446 STOKE ROOM, 1615 Howard bt., in good repair, with light basement, laO.oO per month. GJlOKUE &. COMPANY, lucl Farnam St l-24 D14 OFFICES In the tie building, 110.00 per month up. Dental price Includes heat, light ana janitor service. D. C. Peters & Co., Rental Agents; Ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1-279 FOR RENT, building suitable tor whole sale purposes at 9l Farnam, 22x90, four atorles and nrat-claas cemented basement, elevator. lire and buruiar proof vault. office counter and fixtures. For price and particulars Inquire C, C. Rosewaur, secre tary The Bee Asuildiog Co., room 100, Bee PUUUing. moi AGENTS WANTED, WANTED canvassing agents In . every county, to solicit suoeoripiions to THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. Bteauv employment, with asuured goou In come. A&eiits in the cuuulry wMii horse and buggy especially desired. Canvasser make easily uo to lluO per mnuui. Ad- dress. , Century Farmer Solicitors;,, ureau, Bee building, Omaha. 213 l.uoo AGENTS wanted to sel desirable old line insurance lor ine iarge company in the world of its aae; no special con tract fakirs or leg pullers need appiy. We sell the best contract ever written; good territory and commissions given, .to acud. reliable men. Call on or write, to George J. Crane, superintendent Western, Department, 319 ana ) .n nug. Omaha, Neb. . , .. 'J M113 20 WANTED An energetic, trustworthy and uermanent a are tit with good references in every city and town to represent ua in tha sale of hlKh-class securities of cor porations whobe officer and directors are jnerv of commercial prominenue; we pay liberal coaiimisslous; write for full par ticulars. Snow, Faxlow & Co., Bankers and Brokers, 25 Broad Street, New York. . . J Mu79 10 FOR SALE FIRNITIRE.' CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge, TeL 2o20. New and secondhand, bougut, sold, -exchanged. . 0 ut7 FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC. NEW and secondhand vehicles for sale cheap. 11. Frost, I4tn IM Leavenwortn. GOOD family horse. 1318 Farnam. ' ' r-aii, ma FOR SAtB MISl ELLANEOt S. , : . . FENCE LATH 'for quick shipment, crib biug, coiubinallou laqtlera. 901 Douglas. NEW and tdhand typewriters. 1119 Farnam Wr-axs FOR BALE, phonographs, superior-to any other musicul Instrument, o up. . .Tho ittmaun Co.. lt21 Faruain. Q VOo INDIAN gooda and relics. 1119 Farnam. Vi,-i2 SDHAND safe cheap. Dcrlght, 1119 Farnam. FOR SALE, good letter coriyprwsa' and stand, iu tirsi-claxs condition, 16.0U. iU' quire Bee bualness nice. - y Mm pIANO fur sale or trade; want burse and BUY or sell pool tables. Kern, SZ1 8. J2th. 75 LADIES' and gents' watches, 150 dla monds. left lu pawn, good as new, seliln at halt price. Dianiwed Loan Gthce, liul Douglas. . - il.od-2a CHRISTMAS perfumes. Write for catalog, totierman ac ilcConnell Drug Co., Omha. U Ma-l-24 SECONDHAND billiard and pool tables: billiard tubiea repaired; a large atock of cheap bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc. The Druuawick-Ualke-Collender Co., 4o7rt 80. loth. J 218 lo BUY statuary for Xmas presents. Our en tire stock must b. sold out. 712 8. 16th. ' - g-Uito 2e FOR BALE, lot of oak office natures, coun ters, glaas partitions and dk: la good ' repair. - and will be sold cheap. C B. Haveiui ft. Co., 1522 Farnam lit. 4-U13ls THEY SAY SERVANTS ARE HARD TO GET WHEN THEY WANT A PLACE THEY READ THIS PAGE. YOUR WANT-AD WILL BRING THEM. FOR SALE MI'CELLAKKOrS. FOR SALE, full-blooded Jersey cow and heirer 1 months old, SOU; also phaeton. Call or address 3615 Howard. U& MT'ST sell my Smith Premier typewriter .no. z at once; leaving city; nrst reasona ble offer accepted. Address P 19, Dee.' Q M300 10 WALL map of Nebraska all about crops. prices or land, etc., by counties. Chris tian's Land Agency, York, Neb., only 4 cents. Q M581 10 CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 114 Cass street. 8965 MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist, 116 8.15. ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R, 1 MISS DUVAL, manicuring. 3d floor. 1815 Howard, 1 AI.UD 1 MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th, R. T. i u is GRACE O' BRYAN of Kentucky. 720 8. 13th, T 464 17 Mis Iverlng, massage baths, 601 N. 13th St, i jann PERSONAL. DR. KOY, chiropodlat; corns and superflu ous hair removed by electricity. H. 12, b renier block. U VIAVI, Woman's Way to Health. Home treatment. Booklet free. Mb Bee Bmg, Omaha. U 9m RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no detention lrom business, bend lor booklet, etc. EMl'lrtE HUPTUKE CUKE CO., K32 N. Y. Lite Bldg., Umaha. 'U 9.0 GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale ....... t , iV.IKn. Ui.nAl',1 10) I Witivlu UU ICimh a w., ,m a ' . , . . Li DR. B. M. JACKSON, specialist In chronic diseases. 1Mb Farnam St. Consultation tree. U-9U ELITE PARLORS, 615 S. 16th St., 2d floor. U 43715 PRIVATE hosnital before and during con linemen t; babies ' boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gardela, 2234 Lake. 'lei. Ked-lS-54. U-972 TELEPHONE 780 for U M. E. messengers, U 3 ROC!l AI.l ST headauarters. 619 N. 16th St. Literature of all kiium, treating on an subjects. um jani' FREE, a bottle of choice wine. Corkscrew and Uold-;agea wnisay glass wnn every order of Primo Kve. at 13.10 a gallon. Charges prepaid. Meyer Klein, wholesale liquor utuici, uuj.ua. PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and during confinement; oaoies aoopieu. nvt 8. 18th SU Mrs. FlbHer. Tel. F-32 PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before and during confinement, ur. anu aars. uttucn, 3625 California St. U 278 9 ECZEMA HALVE that cured W. A. Paxton. B. J. Bcarmeiy agent, ou ui-MJ36J5' F. J. H., seven six thirty three, Wednes day. P. C. - 004 r A YOUNG man with good position ana standing, desires to correspona wiin oui-of-town young lady with means. Corre spondence strictly confidential and all letters answered. Address P 46, Bee, Omaha. U-553 10 , NELLIE M. PLATTER, having left my bed and board, 1 will not De reaponsioie ior any debts she. may contract. U 673 11 PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before and during confinement.. Dr. ana mr. uerwen, 362o California sL U M088 16 YOUR health demands you read "What to Eat. Newsdealer 10c, or fierce x-u. Cohlcagp. u ZLjL MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE. 4V PER CENT on business property. b per cent on reaiueuce piuyeiij. options to pay whole or part any time. ; W. B. ME1KLE, 401 8. 15TH BT. , ' W-87 MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real estate. Breunan-ixive t-o., u so. mm. W 915 WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds ana warrants. ti. v.. x-eiera oc co., nu Farnam Bt,. Bee Bldg. ,W 981 4 TO 5 P. C. money. Bemla, Paxton Blk. W-976 FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H. Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. TeL 1648. FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1604 Farnam. - . w vis WANTED, city loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith ft Co,,' 1320 Farnam street. . . -W-980 PRIVATE money. F. D. Weaa. 1524 Douglas. W 979 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. "WE WILL BE VERY BUSY" NEAR XMAS- DON'T WAIT, OUR MONEY 18 GOING FAST. LOANS TO EVERY ONE WHO WORKS WITHOUT MODI GAGE,. ENDORSER OR PUBLICITY. . We glvo all .he Uine you ask to repay on easy weekU .ir monthly payments. 1RY US ON FURNITURE LOANS. Goods remain in your, undisturbed posses slon. DUcount If paid before due. Open eveulngs to 8 o cioclt until xmas. RELIABLE CREDIT CO. GET OFF ELEVATOR AT THIRD FLOOR, ROOM 3U3, I'AAIUA ULAJCJk. ''X-417 C A CVTOGET TO PAY Best exDlaina our methods. We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse receipts, etc. Or If you have a permanent position we cau-jnaae you a ' SALARY LOAN Without security, except your own agree raent to repay. Our service la quick and confidential ana we always try to please. All we ask Is that you give us a call be fore you borrow elaew here. OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 295. (Established 1893.) 4 8. 16tu St. X-M564 THE STAR LOAN COMPANY. Suite 644 Paxton Block. This company enjoys the distinction of being exclusively the private bank of the wage earner ami salaried employe. .if clem, bookkeeper, machinist, salesman or artisan of any kind, you can conndemially obtain money on your uote 01 us at slight discount without annoying, your emoloyer, friends or relatives,, and thus . avtad extensive mortgages, uncertain en ' dorsers and questionable collateral. You can obtain; Seml- 1 Monthly. Monthly. Weekly $150 return to us... Ho 00 Uo uO - )lo 00 tiou return to us... 26 64 ' 11 35 ' 65 50 return to us... 13 13 65 - 135 25 return to uo... 6 66 1 33 1 66 15 return to us... 4 Ou S 90 . - 1 00 Our omcea are private ana our business con naemiaL f Torn a a, in. to T p. 01. ' X-M583 MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew clry, bojatea, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, Id) 8 11. X Mi MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. BORROW MONEY WHERE you can get It on FURNITURE, rMAISUS, llUltsr.8, W AGON B, COWS. ETC.: also on SALARIES. WHERE you get It on ' short notice and without publicity. WHERE you pay for only the time money is in use. WHERE you can return It on easy weekly or monthly payments. WHERE you get the lowest ratea. where can ?ou do Detterr PHOKNIX CRKDJT IU, 633 Paxton Block. 16th and Farnam Sta. X 94 MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried people; nus.nees connuentiai; lowest rates. 614 Paxton block. The J. A. llutlon Co. MONEY, loaned on furniture, live stock. Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan Co., Sue. to Duff Green, 8 Barker block. X-986 LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SALAK1ED PEOl'Ll;. merchants, team sters, boarding houses, etc., without se curity; easiest terms; 40 ofilces In prin cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade Bldg. X 9S5 WIc LOAN mnnev on furniture, rtianos And diamond low rates. Any lengin 01 time. 1 Private. OMAHA CHATTEL LOAN BANK, 1404 Farnam, upstairs. 'Phone 1684. X 6o4 Bl'SINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE At bargain, splendid prune farm, also 20 tons best dried prunes. Ad dress Mrs. M. Bruce, F'lshers, Washing ton. . Y-M526 11 IF YOU want to get In or out- of business or buy or sell property communicate with Northwestern Clearing Company, First National Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Y-M178 TO GET In or out of business call on Wil liams, Room 411, McCague building. Y-992 WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange Jour businese or property quick see J. H. ohnson. 843 N. Y. Life. Y Mi90 PERFUMES. 2.OU0 kinds. Catalogue: Sher man & ilcConnell Drug Co., Omaha. Y M822 D28 CASH for your real entate or business, do matter where located; If you desire a quick sale send us description and price. Northwestern Business ' Agency, D 312, Bk of Commerce bldtf.-Minneapolis, Minn. ' - Y-MU9 D21 FOR RENT. 60-room hotel In Mlnden. Neb. Newly painted and repaired throughout, steam heat, C. A. Robinson, . Kearney, neb. 1 Mjbo 23 ONE of the best located and best paying restaurants and lodging houses in iNe ' braska town of about 8,000. Bargain. Ad' dress P 47, Bee. Y M06I 10 FOR- SALE, complete stork of second-hand furniture; doing a good business; tine lo ' cation; store can be leased or stock can be removed: this can be bought at a bar gain; reason for selling Is bad health.- Ad dress tr i, xsee. x aowov Better Than Savings Banks. A guaranteed monthly dividend of 6 per cent can be obtained In a perfectly re sponsible company; 'dividends paid promptly; no delays; write for prospectus and full particulars to.'John B. Austin, Manager, 60 Wall St., .New York. ' - Y M577 10 FOR EXCHANGE. EXCHANGE: Lund, and ash for mer chandise. Good farm for hardware ana Implements; farm for livery. T. M. Cline, 123M O St.. Lincoln, Neb. Z M560 15 FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE. HOUSES and lots in all parts of city; also acre property ana iarm lunus. i ne u. x . Davis Co., Room 552, Bee Bldg RE 994 SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK ft CO. for choice bargains. 601 N. X. Lite Bldg. Tel. 1016. t RE 995 RANCH and farm lands for sale by. the Union Pacific Railroad company, u. A. McAlleBter, land commissioner. Union Pa cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb. RE 606 W. C. CHISSELL for BARGAINS in real estate. 1015 Jonea bt. . f uotie 1.21. RE M354 15 WILLIAMSON Fartuitreft'.' " ' RE-997 DO YOU WANT TO SELL A FARM? If you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell the farmers and stockratsers about It. The best way to reach them is through THE T WENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. This agricultural weekly goes to 40.000 homes 01 farmers and siockralsers, 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 ot an ad 1 small 2 cents per word. '. THfc TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER UMAHA, NEB. RE 04 HARRISON ft MORTON, FARMS. RE 828 D17 GREAT BARGAIN 7-room house, excel. lent condition, near All Saints' church. for sale at a great sacrifice for three days to come. Cau or naif cash. BEMld, Paxton Block. RE M556 10 TUKEY & SON. Building Lots. Of the nronertv latelv bought at 24th and uranne ave., on the new car Mne to Flor ence, we have now sold nearlv one-fourth. These lots are held from 1125 to 2uo each and we are making very easy terms to par ties wno win improve tne properly, mere seems to be a aood many tnriftv ueoole In Omaha who are looking for lula upon which to buna in the near luture. -rhe location of this property and the surroundings are admitted bv all to be very dealralile. The large water main from Florence Is only one Clock east ana tne main North Omaha Sewer is two blocks west. The ground Is level and needs no grading, and by actual measurement these lots are on a level with the third atep of the main entrance on the north side of the high school building. While we do not restrict the price of the pouses to. oe uunt ana nx no aennite time at which they must be finished, we are only sailing these lots to people who want 10 ouiia a nome 01 tneir own. we know of no lots In this neighborhood for sale at as low prices an these are offered. After eight more are sold prices will be ad vanced 125 per lot. We find that the ODen- ing up of Grande ave. through to 24th el. la helping, all the property 111 this neighbor hood and hence we feel warranted In ad vancing the prices as noted above. A. P. TUKEY ft SUN. 444-445 Board of Trade. 'Phones: Office 2181; residence, F2tM0. RE U'M 10 MEDICAL. DR. PRIES treats successfully all dis eases ana Irregularities 01 women, from ' any cauBe; experienced and reliable. 1513 - Dodge Bt., Arlington block, Omaha. Neb. M535 J6 SURGICAL OPERATIONS Bee ladles In Omaha who have avoided an . operation and been cured after experts pronounced It necessary. 8e Mrs. E. E. Allen. 723 N. Y. L. bldg. Office hours, from 1 to 6 p. m. M'.M 14 STATIAUY. BUY your Christina presents; selling out, IU South, lata. . M.i to , Al'TOMOBILES. ELEC. automobiles. Dertght, 1119 Farnam. 1117 COAL AND WOOD. HALD ft RICE. 604 8. 16th St. Tel. 123.. Jxi JJ BAKERY. THREE I .OAVES home made bread for 10c at Boston Bakery, 420 North 16th street, 277-J4 TYPEWRITERS. WHY nav more? Lambert. 125: superior to IWO machines. Sent on approval. Monroe . & Co., 811 N. 16th St., Omaha. 9S9 MANVFACTIRING. P. MELCHOIR, 131h chiuis t. tnd Howard, ma- 103 OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makee a spe cialty of lire escapes, shutters, doors and sates. G. Anurecn, trop., iu 00. iviu 01, v CABINET making, 116 Bo. 17th. Tel. L-23M. M3ul J3 TIN. COPPER AND SHEET IRON All work nmmntlv done, satisfaction guaran teed. A. Monroe. 16u7 Davenport St. Phone 201L M344 J5 SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. ORKGO 8. 11.. Touch T. W., Bus. Brancliee, Teleg. Cat. tree. um. com. coi., u 01 irjo A. C. VAN SANT'S school, 717 N. Y. Life, 999 BOYLES college, court reporter principal. N. i. Life. iwv NEB Business ft Bhorthand College, Boyd e Theater. w PATENTS. II. J. COWGILL No fees unless success' ful. 818 B. 15th Bt.. Omalia. 'lei. li9H. 246 PATENTS Sues & Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb., and Euultable Bldg.. Washington. D. C. No fee if we fail. Illustrated band book free. Only western firm having Washington othce. Patents sold. MTS Janl MISIC. WANTED, choristers for First Presbyterian church, also bass and tenor soloists. Ap ply F. il. W right, Ramge Bldg. B - THOS. J. KELLY, voice. Davldge Biota. 368 DETECTIVE AGENCY. CAPT. THOS. CORM1CK, private detective. 617 Karbach block. Telephone A-2S32. 436 16 GARBAGE. ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans cesspools and vaults, removes garbage a:id dead animals at reduced prices. 62I N. 16th. Tel. 1779. r 1 GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. EGGS, 20C PER DOZ. ft E. Batterton, grocers, 224 N. 11th St 260 'LAIN DRY. OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars, 2c; cults, 4c. 17a0 Leavenworth. Tel. A-17S3 114 PAWNBROKERS. EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat ing; ail business connueniiai. uui jjougias THINKS AND BAGGAGE. TWIN CITY EXP. "Phone 1717. 608 S. 16th. Ill THE DEPOT on time. L, M. E. TeL 730. Alii BALE TIES. OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th. 11s TICKET BROKERS, CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere. P. 11. Pblioin, laOB f aiuam. I'none im. 119 CUT RATE member Am. Ticket Brokers Ass 11. W. C Norris, lo jcaruam at. . ion i l OSTEOPATH Yj Mrs. Grace Deegao, 638 Bee Bldg. TeL 2968. Uo GID. E. ft ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths, buite an, n. 1. 111 e uiog. lei, im. -110 EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc. G. R. Rathbun, Doom 16, Coin 1 Nat. bank 120 LIGHTNING RODS. OMAHA Lightning Rod Co., 1512 Webster St., manufacturer of and wholesale ana re tail dealers In copper cable lightning rods, 2i)9 J-l STORAGE. OM. Van 8 tor. Co., 1611ft Farn. Tela. 1559-863. -4)55 VANS and baggage wagons. Tel, ll95. 956 FIR DRESSING. O. K. GILBERT CO., tannera. 1424 8. 13th. 109 J. E. WALLACE, 06 8. Uth st -M776 CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. AH kinds of carpenter work and repairing promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree, 2otb aud Lake streets. 370 TAILORING. KANSAS CITY TAILOR-8ulta cleaned and pressed, 11. 2o; pants, 4tc; pants pressed, 15c; nrst-class work. 6u2 N. 16th st, (down stairs). M322 WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING. CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY Repalring promptly done; satisfaction guaranteed. N. P. Frandsen, 7o4 N. loth t. MMb JT ACCORDION PLEATING. GOLDMAN Pleating Co., Room 200. Doug las tlloCK. 746 DANCING SCHOOL. ATTEND Morand's school or Wed. assem blies and learn the latest waits fad of the eastern cities, the most graceful waits ever Introduced. Classes for beginners now forming. Adults, Tuee. and F"rl. ; cniiuren. naiuraay aiiernoon. rnvate ies eons. 'Phone 102. 147 J LAW AND COLLECTIONS. 8T1LLMAN FRICE. 21 U. S. N'l Bk. Did. 101 NEW PNOW-CHl-RCH CO.. 401-403 N. T. Life Bldg., attorney and collectors every. wnere. iw NEB. COLLECTION CO., N. T. Life. 736 Dl MAStsIERADB COSTl'MES. THEO. IilEBEN, toll Farnam, costumes. jn 1 m INDIAN BASKETRY. INDIAN BASKETRY esslly learned by anyone: a popular and lucrative uaatime; full line of supplies and books teschlng work. STEWART'S, 119 N. 16th; send for samples. M2mji STAMMERING AND STITTERINQ. CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Rams Bldg. 121 MASSAGE. I FACIAL massages, 11.00. 1711 Dodge. Jan SIGN PAINTING. SCHROEDEP Sign Works, 209 8. 17th. We also snip signs, write us. gi juneo HAND LAtNDRY. FAMILY wsshtng a specialty. 1311 N. 24th at. 'lei. 133. u. w. Sampson. M583 J9 LOST. LOST, Knlgrfta Templar charm with mono gram, A. W. H., on back. Return to Richardson Drug Co., and receive re ward. A. W. Hallam. Lost 671 9 IPHOLSTEHING. OMAHA Furniture Repair. W ks., 2201 Far nam. lei. 2481. zi jam PETERSEN ft Tel. L-2358. LUNDBURG, 115 8. 17th. 647 J7 SHOEMAKING. SHOES made for lame folka. 606 N. 16th. J. T. Mlllor, M567 J8 HAIRDRESING AND MANICURING. ADROIT Hair Baiaar. 1620 Doua-las St. 648 Jan7 GOLD AND SILVER PLATING. OM. PLATING CO., Bee bldg. Tel. 2535. 257 FLORISTS. BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender- ion. Tel. 1258. 1519 Farnam St.. Omaha. 113 HORSE BLANKETS. HARNESS, saddles, suit cases and valiaes, Cornish. 1210 Farnam au TeL 2314 173 D29 ' 1 POSTOFFICE NOTICE. (Should be read DAILY by all Interested. as chanaes may occur at any time.) Foreign mails for tne week ending De cember 13, luoz. win ciose ifituiifibY in all case;!) at the general postoftlce aa fol lows: PARCELS POST MAILS close one hour earner man closing uma shown be. low. Parcels Post malla for Germany cioae at 6 p. m. Friday, per a. a. Kronprln wiineim. Regular and supplementary malls close at foreign station half hour later than clos. Ins- time shown below (except that supple mentary mails ior Europe ana central America, via Colcn, close one hour later at foreign statior. .. Transatlantic Malls. WEDNESDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE, per s. s. Philadelphia, via Southampton (mall for Ireland must be directed ''per a. s. rnuaae lonia : at 6:30 a. m. (sun plementary 10 a. m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. 'teutonic, via uueenstown. THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE, TUGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT. GREECE BRITISH INDIA ana LORENZO MAR' OUEZ, per a. a. La Lorraine, via Havre (mall for other parts of Europe must be directed ' per a. s. La Lorraine ). SATURDAY At 7:10 a. m. for NETHER LANDS direct, per a. s. Rotterdam (mall must toe directed "per a. a. Rotterdam ) at 8 a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per s. s, Finiana (mall must be directed ' per s. a. Finland"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 11 a. m.) for IRELAND, per s. s. I mbrla, v'a Queenstown (mall for other parta of Europe must .be directed "per a. s. Urn- brla"); at 10:3o a. m. (supplementary 12 m.) ror Butiuris, per a. s. Rronprins Wilhelm, via Plymouth, Cherbourg and Bremen. 1 'PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamet takes printed matter, commercial papers and samples for Germany only. The samo riass ot mall matter for other parta of Europe win not be sent D Uits snip un less nrecla!l directed by It. After the closing of the supplementary transatlantic mails named above, addi tional supplementary malls are opened on the piers of the American. Enellsh. French and German steamers, an-; remain cpen until within ten minute of the hour 01 sailing Of steamer. - Malta (or Soatk ana Central America, Wesf, Indies,. Ete, WEDNESDAY At 4 a in. for BARBADOS. BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH! GUIANA (via Barbados), and BAHIA, RIO JANEIRO SANTOS and SAO PAULO, per s. a. Catania (mall for other parta of Brazil. Argentine, Uruguay and Paraguay must be directed "per s. s. Catania"); at 12 m. for BARBADOS, BRITISH, DUTCH, FRENCH, GUIANA and NORTHERN BRAZIL, per s. a. Benedict; at 12:30 p. m. (supplementary 1 p. m.) for TURKS ISLAND and DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, per a. s. Cherokee: at 1 p. m. for AR GENTINE. URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per a. a. Soldier Prince; at 11:80 p. m. for JAMAICA, pet s. a. Admiral Bchley, from Philadelphia. THURSDAY At 8 a. m, for CUBA, YUCA- TAiN. UAAXxECllE, TABASCO and CHIAPAS, per s. s. Monterey (mall for other parts of Mexico must be directed "per a. s. Monterey"); at 12 ra. for BAN- FRIDAY-At 12 m. for MEXICO, per s. s. niagara, via lamuico (man must De di rected "per j. s. Niagara"); at 7 p. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per S. s. Si berian, from Philadelphia. SATURDAY At 9 a. m. (supplementary 8:30 a. m.) for PORTO RICO. CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per a. a. Caracas (mail ior eavanuia ana Cartagena muet De di rected "per s. a. Caracas"): at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA. BA VANILLA and CARTAGENA, per a. s. Altai (mall for Costa Rica must be directed "per a. a Altai"); at 10 a. m. (supplementary 10:80 a. ra.) for haitt ana hanta marta. per s. a. Atnos; at iu a. m. ior CUBA, Jier s. a. Morro Castle, via Havana; at 0 a. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND direct. per . s. Rosalind; at 12:30 p. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Ollnda, via Matanxas (ordinary mall only, which must be dl- -ected "per a. s. oiinda"). Mniia for Newfoundland, by rail to North Bvdney. and thence by steamer, close at this office dally at 1:34 p. m. (connecting close here every Monday. Wednesday and Baturday). - jhbus ior juiqueion, oy rail to Boston, and thence by steamer, close at this offlci dally at 6:30 p. m. Malls for Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and thence by steamer, close at this office dally, except Thursday, at 6:30 a. m. (the connecting dotes are made on Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays). Malls fir Mexico city, overland, unless specially addressed for dispatch by steamer, close at this office dally, except Sunday, at 1.10 p. ra ard 11:30 p. m.. Sundays at 1 p. m. and 11.30 p. n. ataiis for Costa Rica, Bell3. Puerto Cortes and letter mall for Guatemala, by rail to New Or leans, and thence oy steamer, close at this office dally, except Sunday, at 1 30 p. m. ana ii:30 p. m., Sundays at i p. m. and 1130 p. m. (connecting closes here Mondays at 11.30 p. ra. for Bellse, Puerto Cortes and letter mall for Guatemala, and Tuesdays at 11:30 p. m. for Costa Rica). Registered mall closes at p. m. previous oay. Traasnaeia Mall. Mall for China and Japan, via Tacoma. 1 close nere oaiiy at 1 p. m. up to De cember 8, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Dtike of Fife- Mails for Australia (except West Australia, which Is furwarde4 via Europe) New Zea land, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via Baa rOSTOFFICE NOTICE. Francisco, close here dally at t So n. m sfter December and up to leceinher u, incumive, for iiratcn per s. h. 81- t unnnl the, British mall for New Zealand does not arrive In time to connect with this dispstrh, extra malls closing at 6:30 a. m., 9.o a. m. ana p. m.; (Sundays at 4 30 a. m., 9 a. m. and 6. So p. m will be made up and forwarded until the arrival of the Cunnrd steamer ) Mails for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close nre daily at ..) p. to. up 10 iecemter 14. Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s. Nip pon Maru Malls for Hawaii, Japsn, China, and spe cially addressed matter for trie Philip pine Islands, via Pan F'ranclsoo, close hero daily at :! p. m. up to December 21, in clusive, for dispatch per s. s. Peru. M.tlls for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close here dally at s an p. m. up to December 22. inclusive, for dispatch per a. a. Zenlnndln. Mails for China and Japan, via Vancouver1 and victoria, H. u., close nere dally at 6:30 p. m. up to December 2a, Inclusive, for dispatch per a. a. Km pre ass of India (registerea mall must be specially ad dressed. Merchandise for I. 8. Postal Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Canada). Malls for the Philippine Islands, via flan rrancieco, ciun neie utiuy ii p. m. up to Ieoemher "ii. Inclusive, lor dis patch per U. b. Transport. . Mails for Australia (except . West Aus tralia, w hich goes via uropt,, and New Zealnnd, which goea via Ban franclsco), and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver and Vic toria, B. C, close here dally at 1:10 p. m. up to January 1, inclusive, lor oispaicn nee a. m. Moana. Malls tor Tahiti and Marquesas Islands;' via Ban Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to January Inclusive, for dispatch per a. a. Mariposa. Transpsclfle malls are forwarded to port of sailing ciany ana tne scneauieor nosing Is arranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit Regis-' terd mall closes at p. m. previous day. CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster. . Postofnce, New York, N. Y., December 5, 19UB. LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE. On December 19th. 1902, at 11 a. m., an ap plication will be made to the State Banking Board for an extension or ine oonn given ny the Omaha Savings Bank to the State of Nebraska. iAILWAT TIME CARD. VNION STATION IOTH AND MARCY. Chicago, Hork Ialaad ft Paclflo. EAST. Leave. Arrive. Chicago Dayllgh L't'd. a 6:00 am a 4B am Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:00 am a t-M pm Chicago express nu:ia am a o:o pm, Dea Moines finrf. ...1 l:l Tm bll :f0 am Chicago F'ast Express... 6:35 pm a 1:25 pre WEST. Rocky Mountain rfd..a 6:50 pm a 4.15 am Lincoln. Colo. Hprlngs. Denver, Pueblo and West ...al:S0ptn a 1:X pm Colo.. Texas. Cal. and ' Oklahoma Flyer a 6:20 pm gu:4o pm Inlos Pacific. Overland Limited ...a t:40 am a 7:10 pm The Fast Mall a 8:50 am a 1:25 pm California Express. .....a 4:25 pin Pacific Express all:30 pm hiastern Kxpresa The Atlantic Express. a 4:35 pm a 7:30 am The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am a 1:40 am a 1:40 am Chicago Special. Lincoln Beatrice and Ftromsburg Express. pm - dij:io pm Grand Island Locar.....b 6:30 pm b 9:38 pm' Chleaao ft Northwestern. "The Northwestern Line." Fust Chlcagol a 1:40 am a 7:00 am Mall .a 7:50 pm a 8 90 am iocal FIO'JX city.... DavllKht St. Paul.... ....a 5 10 am a 8:50 pm ....a 7:35 am ...a 8:00 am ,...alO:5S am ....a 4:00 pm ....a 4.55 pm ....a 8:10 pm al0:6 pm ' aii:20 pra . a 6:10 pm -a 1:50 am a 4:06 pm ' Daylight Chicago..., Local Chicago Local Carroll Fast Chicago Limited Chicago a 9:ao am Fast Bt. Paul ,, Fast Mall.... Local Sioux City ..a 8:10 pm a 8:15 am a z:w pm .b 4:00 pm b 9:50 am Wabaah. St. Louis' "Cannon Ball" 1 ;. ' Express a 5:55 pm a 8:20 am 8t. Louis Txical, Coun- ctl Bluffs a 9:15 am 10:So pm . Illinois Central. Chicago Express a 7:20 am at:10pm', Chicago, Mlnneapolla ft St. Paul Limited. ..... .a 7:50 pm a 8:06 am, Minneapolis ft St. Paul ' ' Express b 70 am bl0:S5 pm ' Chicago Express al0:S6 pm f'hleaaro. Milwaukee ft St, Peal; Chicago & Omnhi Ex..b 7:40 am b 1:40 pra Chicago Limited Ex a 6:00 pra a 7:60 am Ml ovrl Paeiflo. Bt. Louis Expreai a 10 -.00 am a :25 pm K. C. and St. L. Ex a 10:60 pm a 6:16 am BURLINGTON STATION IOTH ft MASON Barllaartoa ft Mliaonrl River. Leave. Arrive. Wymore, Beatrice tnd Lincoln a 1:40 am bll:56 am Nebraska Expresc a 8:40 am a 7:46 pra Denver Umlted a 4:26 pm a 0-.46 am Black Hills and Puget Bound Express all:10 pm a 1:10 pm Colorado Vestlbuled ' , Flyer a 1:10 pm Lincoln Fast Mall ,.bt:6t'pm a 1:17 am Fort Crook aud Platta- mouth .... .b 3:30 pm blt:06 am Bellevue ft Paeiflo Jet.. a 7:50 pm a 1:27 ara ' Bellevue ft Pacific Jet. .a 2:00 am Chicago, Burllaaton ft O.olney. Chicago Special .........a 7:00 am a 4:05 pm Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. .a 4:00 pm a 7:80 am rhlcaco Local a 9:30 am all:00 Dm Chicago Limited ........a 8:05 pm a 7:80 km Fast Mall a 1:46 pra Kansas City, St. Joseph ft Coanell Blnffs. ''.- ':.' Kansas City Day Ex.. .a f :46 am a 6:08 pm Ht. Louts F iyer a s:iv pm , ii:oe am Kansas City Night Ex..al0:30 pm a am, . WEBSTER DEPOT 15TH WEBSTER 1 Fremont, Elkhorn Mlssoarl Valley. DJave. Arrive. Black Hills. Dead wood, ' Iead. Hot Springs a 1:00 pm a 6:00 pra Wyoming, Casper and 1 Dougiaa a s:w pm e s:uv pm Hastings, York, David .'.;"-. City, Superior, Geneva, Exeter and 8eward....b 1:00 on b 1:00 pm Bonesteel Lincoln, Nlo- brara ana f remont...n t:su am siv:zb ara Fremont Local i.o 7:80 am ' Chicago. St. Pant, Minneapolis ft Omaha. Twin City Passenger. ..a 6:10 am a 1:10 pra Bloux City Passenger. ..a 1:00 pm all:) am -Oakland Local b 5:45 pm; b 8:45 am Missouri PaelBe. ..' , Nebraska Local, Via Weeping water d 4:10 pm aio:zo ara ' a Dally. b Dally except Sunday. -' 4 Dally except Baturday. Dally except Monday, c Sunday only. TO CARE . FOR SICK BROTHERS Royal Areannna Coanell Will Maintain' Roan la One af City Hospital; ' ' ' ' " : " ' ' 1 '" In addition to electing officers, at Mgnday night's meeting, .Union Pacific council of the Royal Arcanum took a first step toward, establishing what will be known as a hos pital bed fund. Of this a prominent mem- per said: "The lodge propose to get aside a certain amount with. which there will be rented or resorted In sprue Omaha hospital a room or ward where members of the order may be taken In, treated aad cared for In case of sickness or accident. 80 far ai I know, the. plan never has been tried before by an Omaha lodge, but east ern brothers have 'tried It, and with satis, factory result." The committee selected Monday to In vestigate the propriety of the procedlnf Includes W. M. Oilier. A. H. Hippie. Z. O. Clarke, W. T. Mllroy- and A. . R. d mlnston. -V '.. The officers elected were Howard Bruner, regent; Alex Reed, vie regent: A C. Troup, orator; H. B. Morrill, secretary; J. B. Rey nolds, collector; B. R. Hastings, treasurer; T. J- Mackay, chaplain; F. W. Robinson, Judge; r. B. Rodefer, warden; L. Dunn, entry; J. H. Bimms. organist; J. Rosea iwelg, 0. . Powell and I. F. Baxter, rep resentative to grand lodge; A. H. Hippie, trustee for tare year.