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THE OMAnA DAILY BEE: THUnSPAY, DECEMBER 11, 1902.
tltrrtUratati for Ihrae eel ana as
rill be Itkri aatll 13 at. far the
ftrnlni edition and anlll 30 a. as.
to moralas Sanda? edition.
Ratee, 1 l-2o a itnrl Sret Ineertlea,
le a Tvnrd thereafter. Sothtna Ukci
for Itn Ifaaa 2-.o far the firaf taeer
tloa. These an: vartlaesaeate aaast be
ran tonirrallf Hf.
Advertisers, by reqnestlnsl nana
tiered rhrrk, can have aaetrera S
flrraeef to a. nnmtrrr letter la eara
f Tlia Par. Aoawora eo addressee will
t IrllTrrtJ on prticaUUaa f tsa
lU'STLINO deputies wanted; men or
women; apleiidhl contract. The Garden
ers. 415 Ilea Bldj. L 275
WASTED tot V. S. army, ablehodied un
married men betwpi n ags of 21 and 35,
citizen ot United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
speak, rfai and write ' English. Kof in
formation apply to Ret-niltlng; Officers,
lth arid Dodge Sts . Omaha, and post
office bulldlnf, Lincoln, Neb. B 21
4UOOD rnessentfeiso wanted;
. IJ. T. Co., 212 So. 13th Bt.
WANTKD. t good hustlers. Open mull
I p. m. Western Art Co., 1714 Nl holna sr.
WANTED, short order cook; steady, tern
peraU, well recommended. W. O. Torrey,
Aimon. iNeU. 15 Mt 12-
WANTED, men to learn barber trade.
leara of a pprentlcesliip ' a ved by our
method of free work. Instructions, lec
tures, etc. Tools given each student
Diplomas grnnted. wages- Hatjrdays,
board provided, 1'osltlons furnlrneu. tai
alogue and particulars mailed free. Moler
Barber College, V&U Douglas Ft. -
B Milt 12
WB WANT seven teams and drivers to
haul roal; union -wuges and automatic
coal loaders. Sunderland tiros., 20th and
Hickory ma.. . 11 648 10
WANTED, (rood t'ums to haul coal. C. W.
Hull company, 20lh and Izard bts.
. .. B 655 13
XV AN' h.O, n eompetent land man to eecure
pUi iitKiaers for agricultural lands; state nt
i txmnenre and give reference. Ad
dress V ay land, box 322, Council Bluffs, la.
... 11 Mj6
WANTED, two actlva men, good writers.
Omaha Directory Co., 320 Hamge mug.
It S72 111
WANTE'J. exnerteneed bait maker: one
who can build and take control of Lie
toryw Address, with references, P 4H, Bee:
U Ml 1
WANTED, by a leading lace and veiling
house of New York City, a salesman to
carrv their line on commission In Ne
brasKn and ' North and- South Dakota;
send references' with application. Ad
dress M. J. B.. 108 Froapect -at., Eaat
Orange, N. 3. ' '. B-Mfloo 11
WANTKDYhan to tend furnace for board
and room at lrai rarnam si. x .uva .
. . JJU.i. . .1 . mi
WANTED, responsible married man. to live
on prrmli.es and act as Janitor and tiight
watchman; ' permanent pualtlnn;- write,
giving rvfereru'es atid full uurtlcular, to
P 61, Bee, ' ' ' BMtKi3 13
WANTED, blacksmith anil two machlnlntSi
alao tinsmith accustomed to lrmlde work.
Apply 41 N. IJaln au, Counctt Bluffs, 1h.
. B Mo68
EVERYAVHEHE, to - Sell . Lambert Type
writers. Monroe ft Co., all N. 16th 8t.,
Omaha. - . v -3!
WANTED; active, energetlo custom shirt
salesman for Omaha, aud vicinity; must
be of good appearance and able to get
business from the best, people; must have
best references as to -character and ability;
to auch a man a permanent poaition Is
offered,' wtth opportunity of earning large
salary, ltocktord fihlrt Co., Hock ford.- liL
100 Olrla. 'Call Canadian office, 15th & Dodge.
, . . . .. . C a-w
WANTED. BwediBh -or German girl for
general housework; email family; good
wages. Call at 12A S. 37th SU . C MJ4b
GEN. housework, good wages. 2020 St. Mary's
. C 360
WANTED, young girl to tare for baby.
Apply 241)6 Leavenworth at., at grocery
ature. C M 12
FOIl RENT 110LSES.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co. ; otlice, liUVs Farnam, mr.Tels. lito-huj.
uni QCC In all part of city. The O.
IlUUOLd F. Davla Co., 60s Bee Bldg.
. . ' D iHi
MAOOARD Van ft Storage Co.
EKE PAYNE, BOSTWICK ft CO. for choice
houses. 6V1-2 N. X. LUs Bldg. Tel. 1U16.
' d wa
FOR RENT, forty, acrea In the city limits
of Boutn umana; amau nouae, excellent
place for teed yard. The. Omaha Realty
. company, uui uougiaa bi., upstairs.
. . 1, ' on,- -- I -
Q. Wallace, Brown Block,
. ' . i - D--H46
a-ROOM modern, near High school, 127.60.
k-rooin housa, 2aut and Charles, $20.1)0.
Inq. 264d Cap. Ave. lei,, to. - Uoblaen.
- . ' .... ..'.- , .D VI
HOUBE8 and flats. Rlugwalt, Barker block.
T-ROOM modern house, 2317 . Charles, Tele
pboua A-k. - . tfm
FOR RENT, one t-ropm', house, with gas-
water and sewer: Just been placau fn
nrst-ciass repair; in good location. C M
bachmana, 426-27 Paxiutt block. , D 17
FOR RENT, -room house. Just newly
papered and repaired, all modern except,
furnace, 22d St. and Popplelon Ave., I Is.
Two IKrooHi houses. 3uth and California 81.,
all modern, city water and sewer, .
One 4-room holme, 27th and Cuming Sts.,
city waier, iu.
. . .CM. BACI1MANN, .
.. 26-a7 Paxton Blk.
' ' - ' " D 625
NEAR 16th, and Howard 8 ts.. 12-room flat
In flret-claaa condition two modern bath
rooms, new plumbing: iu tier month.
QEOKUE AND COMPANY, 1601 Farnam St
... . . 1 62S Dlt
-ROOM house, 823 8. 23d St. D M320 11
X741 8. 13T11 ST., 1-rMm eottagcNclty water,
return numm jv.. oner, receiver,
us tirow a oieca. . i M.tjK
(4TH AND K 8T8., South Omaha, I nice t
roora cottage; rental, $16 per - month.
William K. Potter, reeelver, ai3 Brown
MODERN 7-room bouse, . near. p.rk
t-ROOM house, excellent condition, city
water, ii bo. ii6 bawara BU Uemls. Pax
ton block. l J04
T-ROOM house, 2423 Bprague.
imi ICPC In all parts of the city
IIUUOCOh, C. Peter ft Co., Bee Bids.
-i . . . u uo
WARM, modern house with stable, central
location, newly painted: siMclal rancti
slona. to reauonsidle tenant H. C. Peters
ft Co, , - D Mo27 12
FOR RENT A fine located 6-room cottage
iJ 8. 11th St., 12. Also a good 7-rooin
house. 1622 N. 22d St.. 115. The Omaha
Realty Co., Ml Uougla bt upstair.
I-ROOM hauaa, good condition, mod. excepi
fr..r.r, barn, pnr IMih. and Ulw cku
to right party, bweet ft Headley. T
-FOR HKKT FIKNISHED ROOMS.
DFS1RABLE raoras wakug distance. 2224
farnam. ,. . tunv w
DEWEY European Hotel, 1.3th and Ft mam.
''.-' E Hi
11 PER WEEK-4a 80.
aouih of court bouse.'
fsth St., one block
. E ktt
AETNA HOUSE, Kuropean, Ulh and Dodge
llOYAX. HOTEL, European, 16th ft Chlcag
FOB RET-FIHMSIIBn ROOMS.
8TKAM-H EATE1 rooms, $10 per month.
llarker Hotel, 1.4 th and Jones Sts.
ROOMS for light houaekefplnf , i24 How.
rd. n ul u-uc
ROOMS for light housekeeping. ie:3Vt How
ard. iv .M-l 1Z"
U. M. E. hauls trunks.
UOCM3 for light housekeeping. 1112 Bo.
Uth Bt. . E M271
FJtoNT room, modern, 12 pec week. 1717
ELEGANTLY furnished rooma In new
modern home; hot water heat; references.
Itilt Webster. E M4 la
CENTRAL, ateamheated, furnished room.
U N. Znl tit. . 10. u
FOR RENT Front parlor: steam heat;
elegantly furnished, il N. lith fct.
LARUE front room, new house, modern;
private family. Telephone
Douaias st- E MU2J
KIHMSHKI) ROOMS AID BOARD.
MEKUIAM,. comfortable winter home-. Tel Si
609 Bouth 20th avenue.
FURNISHED room on first floor and one
-on eeond. 2U . 26th Bl. , F X:4
THE ALHIEZ.-lll B. 17th at.; 21 meals, 3;
single meats,. lbc. F Mail H
FOIl HEX T STORES ADD OFFICES.
FOR RENT Store In flrsf-clasa location;
rent reusnnaoie. Apply- R. C. Peters dt
Co., ground floor, lieu lildg. kWi
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by J he hoe at Viti tarjmm u It baa
lour aturws and a basetoeiu which was
jormeriy useu as 'lhe lee pret,a room.
, 'IhJB will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested appiy at ornce to C' C. Rose
waier, secretary, room luO, be bulloing.
. i. 11
CENTRAL, arrocery. drug, meat market.
with fixtures; amo line laundry, with
eteam heal aud power. Tlzard, N. &id,
ISIS Howard be. In good repair, with light
basement, fcio.uo pr icunih.
Gh,UituK at COMPAN It, . IMl Farnam St.
OFFICES in the Bee building, 10.00 per
mnntn ud. Rental orlce inciuaea heat,
light ana Janitor service. H. C. Peters
it Co., Uenlul Agents, Uround floor, Be
FOR RENT, building suitable for whola
sate purposes at Kio Farnam, Ux9U, four
siorlea and hret-clasa cemented Dasomont,
elevMtoe. tin and burifiar Droot - vauit.
ortK'e .counter and fixtures-. . i or prloe anal
paruouiars inuuire C, c Kusewater, aecre
tary The Bea Building Co., room
buudlui;. . a; . 1 Mji
FOR BALE, complete outfit f furniture'
and stove. Call at lit . Kid st. -Jina
L 2071. I il6i
WANTED canvassing agents in every
county to solicit subscriptions to tutu
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER,
bieauy employment, with assured gouu in
come. Agents in the country wltn horse
and buggy especially desired.. Canvassers
maKe tamly 60 to IliW per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee buliuing, Omaha. 2i2
(XXI. AGENTS wanted to sell, desirable old
line Insurance tor the largest company
In the world of its age; no special con
tract fakirs or leg pullers need , sppiy.
Wa sell the best contract ever' written;
good territory and commissions given to
good, reliable men. Call on or write to
Uoorge i. Crane, Superintendent, vVeafern
Department, lt First Nat l Bank Bldg.,
Omaha, Neb. J-rM,Ca 20 -
FOR SALE Fl UNITERM.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410' Dodg., ITel.
.2020. New ana .secononano, buugux. .soiu.
exenangea. ... o-wi
I'Oll SALE HORSES, WAGONS, KTC.
NEW and secondhand vehicles for ale
cheap, ii. Frost, 14ih and Leavenworth.
.... . ' . .Xs
GOOD family horse.
HORSES for sale cheap; foar light horses,
city broke, baw a. ivrapy, ntn ana
Nlcholak. . P--Mtt4 11 . .
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib-
biitg, combination lauaers. voi juougyia.
.... 4 M!(61 .
NEW and 2dband typewriters, lilt Farnam
. . W ww
FOR SALE, phonograph', superior to any
other musical instrument, to up. una
WiURiann Co., 1621 tanmni. . Cj 9bu
INDIAN goods and relics.; Ul Farnam.
- ..... Vt M
2DIIAND safe cheap. Delight, Hit Farnam.
FOR SALE, good letter copyprees and
stand, in nrst-ciass condition, s.ou. in
quire Bee business office. . y M5t6,
PIANO for sale or trade; want horse and
buggy. O 2S. Bee. : t , ,- !-vM 46B17
BUY or sell pool tablea.
321 8. 12th.
75 LADIES' and genu' watches, 150 dia
monds, left in pawn, goou aa new. soiling
at half price. Diamond Loan- Office," 14ui
Douglas. - . ' ' Q-M261--2a
CHRISTMAS perfuraea.- Write for catalog-.
bherman at jaccoimeu urag- co., umana.
f 1 ' i ' Q M621 26
SECONDHAND billiard - and pool tables:
billiard tablea repaired; a -large stock of
cheaD bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc.
The Urunswlok-Balke-Collender Co., .4o7-9
BO. 10th. , ' . Q-218 20
BUY statuary for Xtnn preaems. ; Our en
lira stock must Da sold; out. via b. id.
FOR 8AI.E, lot of dak offioa fixtures; coun
ters, glass partitions and deaas; in good
repair, ana win oe soiu cneap... c as,
Havens ft Co., ,1522 FapiAm Bt ,
FOR SALE- full-blooded- Jersey cow ana
heifer 2 months oiu, w;.aiso pnaeion.
Call or address 15. Howard. . Kjstl
MRS. FRITZ, cralrroyant, 1614 Casa street.
MM S. QILMER, genuine palmist, 216 B. 15.
MM 12. SMITH, baths, 11 K. 16. 3d floor. K. 2.
. . X-Li43 Ji
MISS DUVAL, manicuring.
2d floor. .
, i M-.ao 1( ,
MME. AMES, vapor baths; 124 N. 16th. R. 7.
T 4jo 15
GRACE O'BRYAN of Kentucky; 720 8. 13th.
. 1 4M 17
Miss Iverlng. massage baths, 601 N. 13th BL
bl 2an ,
MME. LAUNDERS, magnetlp treatment,
1H1H jeavenwurib. 2d flat. ' -Mi'.O 14
DR. 'ROY, rhiropodiat; corns and -superflu
ous hunr removed by -electricity. R. u.
Frenxer bHc. , . U-7
V1AVI. Womah'e Way ta Health.' Home
treatment. Booklet free. 246 Bee Bldg.,
; Omaha. U 9ul
C RAMOFHQN t'S and supplUs. wholesale
i and rUU., CoJlUin Piano Co., 1622 Douglas.
Rl'lTl'RE Ct'RED No knife, no palri. so
detention from buylnesa. Bend for booklet.
, etc. EMPIRE RyPTL'RE CURE CO.. 2
. Jf. Y. Life Bldg.. Omaha. . U-97u
lilt. B. M, JACKSON, apeclallat in ehroalq
diseases. 1506 Farnam St Conaultation
. free. ,. . : . U-971
A YOt'NO mat; with good position and
laading. -deaires ta correspond with out.
' of-town young lady with mrana. ' Corre
. spoodenca strictly oontl'leatial and all
letters auswirad, Addfvas P 46. Bee
Omaha. U-661 lo
THEY SAY SERVANTS ARE HARD TO GET
WHEN THEY WANT A PLACE THEY
READ THIS PAGE. YOUR WANT-AD WILL BRING THEM.
ELITE PARLORS, 615 S. 18th St., 2d floor.
V ISi 1
PRIVATE hoapltal before and daring con
finement; DaOles boarded and adopted.
Mrs. Oardels, ittJ4 Lake. Tel. Hed-lts4.
TELEPHONE 780 for Ly.M. E. messengers.
SOCIALIST headquarters, '619 N. 16th at.
Literature of au Kiniu, r treating on an
subjects. U 2U Janl '
FREE, a bottle of choice wine. Corkscrew
and iold-Edged wbisfcy glass -with every
order of Prlmo Rye. at V4.10 a gallon.
Charges prepaid. Meyer KR'ln, wholesale
liquor dealer, Omaha. U 'Mk
PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and
during conntiement; babies adopted. UTitt
' 8. 18th st. Mrs. Fluher. Tel. F-iUU.
s U M J2
ECZEMA SALVE that cured- W. A Paxton.
B. J. Scannell, agent, 60w Ware bloca. .
NKLLiB M.' PLATTER, having left my bed
and board, I will not be responsible for
' any debts she may contract. U 673 11
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before and
during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Oerlech,
Wis California st. - U MoM !
REFINED, educated gentleman, good repu
tation and character, well off, bank refer
ences, desires to correspond with lady,
who must have some cash, however
hmall, to invest in business enterprises
with mo: strictly conndentiai; pertectiy
honorable lousiness; object, if agreeable,
matrimony. Address Box 24, Butte, Mont.
U M6U2 11
MONEY TO LOAJf-RBAL ESTATE.
4Vi PER CENT on business property.
6 per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MUlKLKi 401 b. laTli ST.
- W 074
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-Love Co., aw do. idtn.
.. . W-;6
wanted, cltv and farm loans: also bonds
. and warrants., R. C. Peters & Co., 17V2
Farnam St.. Bee Bldg. ? W--eSl
6 TO 6 P. C. money.
Bemls, Paxton Blk.
tri uu onA itv. tnflna 'Inw rA.fesi '. V . TI.
Thomaa. Flrsi Nat. Bankldn. TeL 16-18.
FIVE PEB CEN.X. loans. Garvin Bros.,l604
Farnam. . v ia
WANTED, elty loans and warrants. W,
Farnam Smith ft Co., 1220 Farnam' street.
... vv a&o
F. D. Wead. 1624 Douglas,
$2,000 TO LOAN, 6 years 6 per cent.
HARRISON ft MORTON.
W 697 11
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
.t ftJirir! .WtT.I. 'BTi' VERT TttTST"
NEAR XMAS. ' DON T . WAIT.
. . . . . . . . . n. w . r. . - . 1 ... . DIP
' WHO. WORKS ". . - ':,
' " WITHOUT .. ", , ' ' '
. , . .. MORTGAGE, ' ;''" -
','.'... 4, EvNDOUWEH i I.- ',.',
. .OR PUBHc ITT.
TV viva, all -ha lime you ask to repair
on easy weeklv -r monthly payments.,..
:i.- n v. .
FURN1TUB.E-LOANS. . . .
Goods, remain in yow-ndlbturbed posses
sion. Discount If- bald before due. , open
evenings to $ o'clock, until Xmaa. .
reliable credit co
get off elevator at third floor,
" "'' : ' ' ' " "x-4ii;.
Best explains our methods.
We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipts, etc. or ir you nave a permaueu.
position we can make you a
Wfthout security, except your own STree-
ment to repay, uur service is qm. !
confidential and we always try to Please.
All we auk la that you give us a call be
fore you borrow elsewhere. . .
OMAHA MUK1UAUK -y.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg.- Tel. 2296,
THE STAR LOAN COMPANY.
Suite 644 Paxton Block. . '
This company nJoys the distinction pi
being exclUBlvely the private nana or me
wage earher and salaried' employe. If a
clerk, bookkeeper, machinist, salesman or
artlHan of any kind, you caTTconfldentlally
obtain money on your note of us at a
slight discount without aonoying your
employer, friends or relatives, and thua
avoid extensive mortgagee, uncertain en
dorser and questionable collateral. You
can obtain: '
' Betnl- '
' ' Monthly. Monthly. Weekly.
$lRo-return to us. ..$40 0 ,,$20 WM $10 00
oo return te us... m v .
60 retjrn to us... 13 &3 - g' to
25 return to ua... 6 66 ....' 166
.return In n . BO I I - 1 00
Our offices are private and our -business con
fidential. From, a. m. io i p. in.
.. : X M583
" " BORROW MONEY
WHERE you can get it on FURNITURE,
PJAINUH, HUKHtJl, HAUUBO,
COWS. ETC.t also 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 monthly payments.
WHERR you get the lowest rate.
WHERE can vou do better? ;
fllUKMA tKlSUIT TO,
633 Paxton, Block. 16th and Farnam Sts.
. - . X-9&4
LARGEST- BU8INESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc, without se
curity; easiest terms; 4 offices In prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
WE LOAN money on furniture, pianos and
diamond Low rates. Any length of time.
Private. OMAHA CHATTEL LOAN
BANK, 1404 Farnam, upstair. Tel. A-2113.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business conndentiai; lowest rates.
614 Paxton block. The J, A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on furnttnre. live stock
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co., Sue. to Dun Green, I Barker block.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc C Reed, 219 8 11
FOR SALE At bargain, splendid prune
, farm, also 2o tons beat dried prunes. Ad
dress Mrs M. Bruce, Flsuere, Washing
ton. . Y M526 U
TO GET in or aut of business call on Wil
liams. Room 411, McCagje building '
.'.'.. ' : Y 992
CASH for your real estate or business, no
matter where located? if you desire a
nuk'k sale send Us description and price.
Northwestern . Business Agency.' D- 912,
Bk of Commerce bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
. : "' . - Y-M129 D31
IF YOU want to get in or'out ot businesa
, or-buy or sell properly communicate with
Northwestern Clearing -Campany' First
! National Bank Bldtf.i -ObJatiit. Neb.
. I -.v- . .v . Y-M1T4
.'ii . i r "
WHKN you want to buy. Sell -or exchange
yuur ouaineaa or property qtot'i sea J. 1 1.
JuliMufl. Mi K. V.
pEHFL'Mlit. J.Ot klnda'' CataleiMt tiher
aiaa ft MoCeuneU Drug Co., Omaha.
. X-MoJ D2S
FOR RENT, 60-room hotel In Mlnden, Neb.
isewiy painted ana repaired throughout,
steam heat. C. A. Robinson, Kearney,
Neb. Y Mio5 22
FOR SALE, complete stock of second-hand
furniture; doing a good business; line lo
cation; store ran be leased or stock tan
be removed; this can be bought at a bar
gain; reason for eelllng Is bad health. Ad
dress FID, Bee. Y M5K6
EXCHANGE: Land and cash for mer
- chandlae. Good farm for hardware and
implement; farm for livery. T. M. Cline,
123H O St., Lincoln, Neb. Z M560 16
. P 60.
Z 592 1!
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; alao
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 652, Bee Bldg RE 994
SEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK A CO. for choice
bargains. 601 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Tel. 1016.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAHester, land commissioner, Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
W. C. CHIS8ELL for BARGAINS In real
estate. 1016 Jones St.. 'Phone 1721.
UE M354 15
WILLIAMSON E.8tre 1203
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
the farmers and stockralsers about It. The
beet way to. reach them Is through
This agricultural weekly goes to 40,000
homes of farmers and siockraiaers, 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 of an ad ia small
2 cents per word.
THfc TWHNT1KTH CENTURY FARMER
OMAHA, Ntij. ...
' ' ' v. RE 604
HARRI80N ft MORTON, FARMS.
RE 623 D17
WE OFFER till sold 6-rooro all modern
house, almost new, elegant quarter sawed
oak finleh down stairs, . full cemented
basement, good furnace, porcelain bath
tub, gas, sewerage, permanent sidewalk,
on North Boulevard, full east front lot,
street cared for by park board, hence no
paving t,ax; owner compelled to make a
change. ' Only 12,600.
HARRISON ft MORTON."'
i -'' " RE- '
' WALLACE BROWN BLOCK..
$1,1002416 Blondo; rents $120 -year. "
$1,2003318 Parker, good cottage, 30-fL lot;
- -tiear car. 1
$1,409 2619 Chicago, 6 rooms, lot 33x122,
il,6oo 8-r., modern. ren,t,s $12; 27th & Be ward.
$2,0004 3-r. cottages, hear. 27th1 hnd Patrick,
' rent $2bS, city water, always rented.
$2,300 Large, comfortable . home, near 9th
' and Bancroft, large tot, fine view.
' atlll takes the lead- In vacant property.
These fine lots, ' 40x110, front east on 27th
Ave., between-Lake and Grant, high and
sightly, good neighborhood, sewer, city
. water, gas, car; easy term-,, only
$300 $300 $300. "
GEORGE G. WALLACE, 311 J. J. Brown
Block. RE 693 11
HARRISON ft MORTON offer elegant six
room house CHEAP TODAY. See their
AD, then telephone 14 or call at 913 New
York Life. '.
HARRISON & MORTON.
RE 696 U
EXECUTOR of an estate desires offers on
125 ft, X 132 ft., 2440 8. 18th $1,300.
I lots, 44th and Dodge Bts.
906 S. 16th St.. lot 25x80.
J2413 8. 29th St., 100x125, $1,200.
2517 Dapont Bt., fiOxlkS, ihuo.
227 Francis St., 60x100, $600.
2627 Bristol St., 82x132. $1,000.
2762 Iake St., 25x127, $800.
glv3 Foft Bt.. 60x122.
8426 Le-rrlmore Ave.. 96x128.
4726 N. 40th St.
Make offers to F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
FOR EXCHANGE, 40-acre farm within 15
miles of Council Bluffs; Improved, sult-
' able for fruit, poultry and stock; will
exchange $1,100 equity for nice Bouth
Omaha house. Berula, Paxton block.
SHORTHAND ASD TYPEWRITING.
GREGG B. H.. Touch T. Wt, Bus. Branchea.
Teleg Cat. free. Orru Com. Col., 17 ft Doug.
A. a VAN SANT'8 school, 717 N.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal,
N, Y. Life. 1000
NEB Business ft Shorthand College, Boyd's
Theater. . 100
INDIAN BABKETRY easily learned by
anyone; a popular, and lucrative .pastime;
full line of supplies and books teaching
work. STEWART'S. 119 N. 16th; send for
' samples. . M240 Jl
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING.
CLOCKB, WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Repairing promptly done; - satisfaction
guaranteed. N. P. Frandsen, 704 N. 16th
aL . . ' M246 J5
GOLDMAN Pleating Co., Room 200, Doug
las Block. 746
THEO. LIEBEN, 1018 Farnam, costumes.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramga Bldg.
BUY your Chrtatmas presents; selling out.
712 South 16th. Ma75 23
I FACIAL massages. $1.00.
LOST, a small Open-face gold watch, be
tween KUpatrlrk'a and Bee bldg.; a lib
eral reward for the return of same to
Mrs. Plckrem. at Kllpatrlck's.
! ' Loat-M608 12
8CHROEDEP Sign Works. Stt) S. 17th. We
alao ship signs. Write ua.- 376 June6
FAMILY wishing a specialty. 1211 N. 24th
at. isc a u.a. u. vv . nauipsoB.
P. MELCHOIR, 13lh
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. make) a spe
cialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Andreen, Frop.. 102 Bo. lothRt.
CABINET making, 116 So. 17th.
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON All
work promptly done, satisfaction guaran
teed. A. Monroe, 1007 Davenport St.
Phone 2011. M314J5
DR. PRIES treats successfully all dl
eaoea and Irreaularliies ot women, from
any cauae: experienced and reliable. 1513
Dodge St., Arlington block, Omaha. Neb.
Bee ladles In Omaha who have avoided an
operation and been cured after experts
pronounced it necessary. See Mrs. E. E.
Allen, 723 N. Y. L. bldg. Office hours, from
1 to p. m. . Mb58 14
LADIES' Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Fills are the beBt: safe; reliable. Take no
other. Send 4c. stamps, for particulars.
"Relief for Ladles" in letter by return
mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co.. Philadelphia, Pa.
H. J. COWGILL No fees unless success
ful. 318 8. 16th St.. Omaha. Tel. 1798.
PATENTS Sues ft Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha,
Kl.k n .1 L' . . . 1 1 , .. V. I . Tl 1 .1 j ll .tliltittnn
D. C. No fee If we fall, illustrated hand
book free. Only western firm having a
Washington otlice. Patents sold.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN ft PRICE, 23 U. 8. N'l Bk. Bid.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., 1st floor N. Y
Life Bldg., attorneys and collectors evcry
Dertght, 1119 Farnam
COAL AND WOOD.
HALD ft RICE, 606 8. 16th St,
THREE LOAVES home made bread for 10c
at Boston Bakery, 420 jNortn I6tn street.
WHY Day more? Lambert. $26; superior to
$100 machines. Bent on approval, Monroe
ft Co., 811 N. I6th Bt Omaha. 39
WANTED, choristers for First Presbyterian
cnurcn, also oaBs anu tenor boiovbis. Ap
ply F. H. Wright, Kaluga Bldg. a2M
THOS. J. KELLY, voice.
Da vldge " Block.
CAPT. THOS. CORM1CK, private detective.
617 Karbach block, - Telephone A-tvuz. -
. i. . M 16
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cetsHpools and vaulis, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices, tul
N. 16th. Tel. 1779. 106
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
EGGS. 20C PER DOZ.
T. E. Batterton, grocers, 324 N. 18th St
OMAHA Steam Laundry: shirts. 8c; collars
2c; cuffs, 4c. 17oO Leavenworth. Tel. A-1J&2
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
mg, ail businesa coniiuentlal. lttul Dougms
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717. 606 8. 16th.
THE DEPOT on time. U M. E.
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co., 811 North 16th.
CUT RATE railroad tickets
P. 1L Phiibln, Ism Farnam.
CUT RATE member Am. Ticket Brokers
Asa'n. W. C. Norrls, lu6 Farnam Bt, 1
Mrs. Grace Deegan, 638 Bee Bldg.
GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 616, N. Y. Lite Bldg. Tel. lo64.
ATTEND Morand'a school or Wed. assem
biles and learn the latest waits fad of the
eastern cities, the most graceful walls
ever Introduced. Claes for beginners
now forming. Adults, . Tuea. and Frl. ;
children, Saturday afternoon. Private lew
sons. 'Phone 102. -47 J6
PRIVATE lesaor.3 In bookkeeping, etc
(1. R, Katbbun, Room 15, Com 1 Nac bank
OMAHA Lightning Rod Co, 1512 Webster
bt.. manufacturers of and wholesale and ra
. tail dealers In copper cable lightning rous.
2i9 J -!
OM. Van 6 tor. Co.. 1511 It Farn.
VANS and baggage wagons. Tel. list.
O. R, GILBERT CO., tanners.
1424 8. 12th.
J. E. WALLACE, 60S 8. 13th St.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
AU kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. X, Ochiltree,
2uth and Lake streets. 476
KANSAS CITY TAILOR Suits' e loaned and
J.reased. $1 So; pania, 40c; pan la preaaed,
oc; nrat-clasa work. 602 N. 16th st, (down-
OMAHA Turnltura Repair. Wks.. SOT Far-
nam. Tel. Z4JU. 4 rfani
rETERSFN ft LINDBL'RO, 115 8. 17th.
Tel MT J7
SHOES mad for lama folk.
J. T. Miller,
6 N. lth.
11 AIR OR ESI NG AND M ANICl RING.
ADROIT Hair Hataar.
1620 Douglas St.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
CM. PLATING CO.. Bee bldg. Tel.
BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender-
ron. let. las, loin farnam at., omana.
HARNESS, saddles, auit cases and valises,
Cornish, 1210 Farnam et. Tel. 2314
MRS. II. FILLEY, 1310 N. 24th at.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested
chungca may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails for the week ending De
cember 18, 19U2. will close (PHOMP'liA in
all casea) st the general pogtoitice as fol
lows: PARCEL8 POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing time ahown be
low. Parcels 1'oat mails for Germany close
at 6 p. in. Friday, per a. s. ivroiipruia
Rccular and supdU mentarv malls' clo
at foreign station half hour later than clos
ing time shown below (except that supple
mentary malls for Europe and Central
America, via Colcn, clone one hour later at
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE.
SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN. POR
TUGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT. GREECE.
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR
QI'EZ, per s. a. La Lorraine, via Havre
(mail for other parts of Europe must be
directed "pers. s. La Lorraine").
SATURDAY At 7:20 a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per a. a. Rotterdam (mail
must be directed "per s. s. Rotterdam");
at 8 a. m for BELGIUM direct, per s. s.
Finland (mall must be directed "per a. s.
Finland"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
11 a. m.) for IRELAND, per s. s. Umbrla.
v'a Queenatown (mall for other parts of
Europe muat be directed "per a. s. Um
brla"); art 10:3o a. m. (supplementary 12
m.) for EUROPE, per a. s. Kronprlns
Wilhelm, via Plymouth, Cherbourg and
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This ateamet
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany onlv. The aamo
id ass of mall matter for other parts ot
Europe will not be sent b tuts ship un
less si eciaili directed by it.
After the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic mails named above, addp
tlonal supplementary mails are opened on
the piers ot the American, English,
French and German stehmers. an-1 remain
tpen until tvlthin ten minutes of the hour
of sailing ot steamer. -
Malls for South and Central America,
West Indies. Etc.
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA, YUCA
TAN. CAMPECHE, ' TABASCO and
CHIAPAS, per s. s. Monterey (mall for
other parts of Mexico muat be directed
"per a. s. Monterey"); at 12 m. for SAN
TIAGO, per s. s. Clenfuegos.
FRIDAY At 12 m. for MEXICO, per s. .
Niagara, via Tamplco (mall must be di
rected "per a. s. Niagara"); at 7 p. m.
far, NEWFOUNDLAND, per a. s. Sl-
berlan, from Philadelphia.
SATURDAY At 9 a. m. (supplementary
9:30 a. ru.) for PORTO RICO, CURACAO
and VENEZUELA, per s. a. Caracas (mall
for Bavanilla and Cartagena must be di
rected "ier s. a. Caracas "): at 9:30 a. m.
(supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE
.JISI.AIVU. JAMAICA. BAVANILLA and
I CARTAGENA, per js. st Altai (mall for
costa Rica must be directed per s. a.
Altai"); at 10 a. m. (supplementary 10:30
i a. m.) for Haiti and SANTA marta,
per s. s., Athos; at-10 a. m, tor CUBA,
per a. a. Morro Castle, via Havana; at
10 a. m. for- NEWFOUNDLAND direct.
per a. a. Rosalind; at 12:2o p.-m. for
CUBA, per s. a. Olinda, via Matansas
(ordinary mall only, which muat be dl--ected
"per a. s. Olinda").
Malls for Newfoundland, by tall to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, vloae at
this office dally at 6:30 p. m. (connecting
tloee here every-Monday. Wednesday and
Saturday). Malls for Miqueion, by rail
to Boston, and thence by steamer, cloe
at this offtca 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 S:30 a. m. (the
connecting clotcs are made on Mondavs,
Wednesdays and Saturdays). Malls tor
Mexico City, overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch, by uteamer, close
at this office dally, except Sunday, st
1.30 p. ra ard 11:30 p. m.. Sundays at 1
p m. and 11,30 p. m. .dalls for Coata
Rica, Belli-. Puerto Cortex and letter
mall tor Guatemala, by rail to New Or
leans, and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally, except Sunday, at 1:20
p. m. and 11:30 p. m., Sundays at i p. m.
and 11:30 p. m. (connecting closes here
Mondays at 11J0 p. tn. for Bellse. Puerto
Cortes and letter mall for Guatemala, -md
Tuesdays at 11:30 p. m. for Costa R.ca).
Registered mall closes at p. m. previous
Malia for China and Japan, via Tacoma,
close here dally at 6.30 p. m. up to lie
cemoer 8, Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s.
Duke of Fife.
Malls (or Australia, (except West Australia,
which Is forwarded via Europe) New Zea.
land, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via San
Francisco, close here daily at 6:80 p. m.
after December "6 and up to December
13, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Si
erra. (If the Cunard steamer carrying
the British mail for New Zealand does
not arrive in time to connect with this
dispatch, extra malls closing at 6:30 a.
m., t.2o a, m. and 6:20 p. in.; Bundays at
4 30 a. ro,. 9 a. m. and 6:3o p. m. will be
made up and forwarded until tha arrival
ot the Cunard steamer.!
Malls for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to December
14, Inclusive, tor dispatch per a. a. Nip
Mails for Hawaii, Japan, China, and spe
cially addressed matter for the Philip
pine Islands, via San Francisco, close here
daily at o:ao p. m. up to uecemner .22, In
clualvo. for dispatch per s. s. Peru.
Malls for Hawaii, via San Franciaco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to December 22,
Inclusive, for dispatch per s. a. Zealandia.
Mails for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and Victoria, B. C, close here daily at
6:30 p. m. up to December 23, Inclusive,
for dispatch per s. s. Empress of India
(registered mall must be specially ad
dressed. Merchandise for U.. B. Postal
Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
via Canada). -
Malls for the Philippine. Islands, via 8an
f ranciaco, close bete oauy at 6:20 p. no,
up to December "27. inclusive, (or dis
patch per U. b. Transport
Mails for Australia (except West Aus
tralia, which goes via Europe, and New
Zealand, which goes via San Francisco)
spd Fiji islands, via Vancouver and Vic
toria, B. C, close here dally at 4:30 p. m.
up to January "3, inclusive, for dispatch
per s. s. Moan a.
Mall for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via San Francisco, close here daily at
P- m. up to January , inclusive,
for dispatch per a. a. Mariposa.
Transpacific mails are forwarded to port
ot sailing daily and tha schedule of closing
la arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit Regi
tered mail closes at 6 p. m. previous day.
CORNELIUb VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Ppstoflice, New York, N. Y., December (,
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
raaater. Fort Leavenworth. Kanaaa. No
vember 29. ISol Sealed propoaala, n tripli
cate, will be received hire until 11 o'clock,
a. m., Central time, December 12, 1902, ami
then opened, for furnishing and delivering,
in good condition, F. O. B. cars, at Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas, approximately 620
tons castlron water pipe 660 tons 12-Inch
and SO tons 10-inch together with Dtllngs,
valves, lead, oakum, meters, tools, etc.. (or
same, uiuaers mut state in their proposal
the time in whtth they will complete deliv
ery, as time will be an important Item tn
maklg award, lul Information blank forms
of proposal and specifications furnished on
application to thla office, btperirtcalions ran
also be seen at office of Depot Quarter
master at Chicago, Be Louis and Omaha.
United States reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Envelopes to be Indorsed "Pro-
Kiaaui for iron pipe, etu," and addreaaed to
aior D. E. McCarthy, Quartermaster. U.
b. Army. N29 dtt DU-U
IAII.WAY TIME CARD.
I'NION STATION I OT II AND MARCY.
Ctilcaao, Rack Inland ft Paelfle.
Chleago Daylleht I.'rl .a 6 ' am a 41 am
Chlraen Daylight Ioeal a 7:00 am a : pm
Chlraao Expreaa 1)11 1". am a 6 6 pm
Ies Moines Fxpre. . . .a 4 :i pm bil :50 am
Chicago Fast Express a 6 . 15 pm a 1:26 pre
Rocky Mountain l.'t'd. .a 6:50 pm a 4 56 am
LI'icoln. Colo Poring.
Denver. Pueblo and
. . a 1:30 pm a 6:00 pm
.. a 6:20 pm al2:40 pm
Colo.. Texas. Cal.
l aloa rarlflp.
The Fast Mall ...
a 1:40 am a 7:.i pm
.a s:i am a .i pm
California Express a 4:2ft pm
Pacific i:xpresa all :30 pm
The Atlantic Express....
Tha Colorado Special.-. a 7:10 am
Chicago Special. ,
Lincoln Beatrice and
a 4:3R pre
a 7: am
a t:40 am
a 1.40 am
Stromshurg Express. .b pm M2:50 pm
Grand Island Locai b 6:30 pm b 1:36 pm
t'hleaarn ft- Northwestern.
The Northwestern Line.
.a 3:40 am a 7?oft am
I.oea.1 -fllo'ix City..
Daylight St. Paul,.
Vum , 1.. h -n '
..a 7:50 pm a 8:,V ant
..a r:10 am a 3:50 pm
..a 7:SS am , a.V:J5 pm
..a 8:00 am all:M pm
...at0:55 am a 6:10 pm
..a 1:00 pm a 9:50 am
...a , w (Pin a t:m pm
Limited Chicago. ...... ..a 8:10 pm . a t:20 am
Fast St. Paul ,..a 8;10 pro a 8.16 am
Fast Mail a 2:40 nm
.a 4.6S pm 4:06 pm
Local Sioux City b 4:00 pm b 9:60 am
St. txvnle "Cannon Rati" 1
Express a 6: pm h : am
St. Louis f,oral, Coun
cil Bluffs ...a 9:15 am alO;SO pro
Illinois Central. . ,.
Chicago Expresi- a7:20am a B:10 pm
ChksKO, Minneapolis ft
St. Paul Limited. a 7;50 pm a 1:01 am
Mil neapolla ft St. Paul
Express b 7:20 am bl0:S8 pm
Chit-ago Express alO;36 pat
. C'tilcnftn, Mllrvnnkee ft St, Peal,
Chicago A Oimht Ex..b7:40am b 8:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex a 6:00. pm a 7:60 am
St. LouU Expre8r.....i...al0:00 am a 6:2$ pm
K. C. and Bt. L. Ex al0:60 pm a 6:16 era
BURLINGTON STATION-IOTH A MASON
Bnrllnaton ft Missouri River.
... ,, . , . Leave. Arrlv.
Wymore, Beatrice and
.,LdncoLn a 8:40 am bll:Hm
Nebraska Exprest a 8:40 am a 7:46 pm
Denver Limited a 4:25 pm a 6:46 am
Black Hills and Puget '
Sound Express aU:10 pro a8;10pm
Colorado Vestlbuled ,
. Flyer j:in Pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b S:62 pm a 1:17 ana
Fort Crook and Platta- .
mouth .............. .b:20pm bllrOlam
Rellevue & Pacific Jet. .a 7:60 pm a S:I7 asa
Bellevue ft Pacific Jcta 8:00 am
Kausaa City, St. Joseph ft Canncll
Kansas City Day Ex. ..a 1:45 am a 6:06 rm
St. Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm all:OS am
Kanaaa City Night Ex..al0:30 pm a 6:15 am
Chicago, HarJInsrton ft Unlaor.
Chicago Special a T:00 am a 46 nm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex.. a 4:00 pm a 7:30 am
Chicago Local a 9:30 am all:00 pm
Chicago Limited ...a 8:06 pm a 7:80 am
Fnst Mall a 2i46 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 10TH ft WEBSTER
Fremott, Elkhorn A Mtssoarl
Black Hills, Deadwood. XT
Iad. Hot Bprtngs a 3:00 pm a 6:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 3:00 pm e K pm
Hastings, York, David ,
City, Superior, Geneva,
Exeter and Seward.. ..b 1:00pm b 6:00 Dm
Bonesteel, Lincoln. Nlo-
brara and Fremont. ..b 7:80 am bl0:26 am
Fremont Local o 7 JO am
Ihieaara. St. Paal, Mlaataaalli
Twin City Passenger... a 4:80 am . a 9:10 pro
Woux City Passengei...a :00 pm all:20 am
Oakland I-ocul b 6:45 pm b 8:45 am
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping WateV .......b 4H0 pm alO:2B am
a pally. b Dally except Sunday." ' d
Daily except , Saturday. e Dally except
Monday e Sunday only. .,
DOMINION LINE .
..SPECIAL NOTICE .
?oamp.t of ,r'P" by ,he mammoth
popular twln-sor w steamers Common
wealth and New England, to the Mediter
ranean from Boston, direct to Gl oral tar.
Algiers, Genoa, Naples and Alexandria.
"New England" Jan. 17. Feb. 28
Commonwealth". .Jan. 3. Feb. 14. March 26
To Aaores, Naples and Genoa.
Vancouver'1. Jan. ja feb. a
Cambroman" Jan. 81. karch U
Proceeds through to Alexandria on tha
January and February voyages.
Also sailings Boston to Liverpool; Port
land. Me., to Liverpool. For rates, book
let, etc, apply to Local Agwnt or COM
PANY 4 o FICE. 69 DearboFn St.. Chicago.
& WHITCOMB B Uth annual
, OF OLD MEXICO.
will leave January 81 and a Second tour
viKltlng the MARDI URAS, also leaves
February 21. Entire trip la made fn spe
cial private vestlbuled train of finest;
PULLMANS. Private car tours to Cali
fornia frequently during winter. Parties'
to CUBA. PORTO RICO, FLORIDA,
WEST INDIA CRUISE January 16. 1903.
Annual tour to Egypt and HOLY LAND
January 31. -Write for booklet mentioning
tour. 232 Clark at., Chicago,
PLEADS FOB COOLIE LABOR
Frnlt Grower front Callfornlst Thlnka
Exclusion Law Should Bo
"We need coolie- labor. We should nave .
more liberal laws governing Chlneea ItatnW
ration. Let the exclusion let be .amended.
It Is unjust and injurious-to iramense In
terests ot our state and other states on tha
Pacific slop to refuse to open the door
wider to a certain number of laborers from
Bach is the view of John D. Farley of Baa
Francisco regarding the rigid exclusion of
Chinese from American ports. Mr. Farley,
wbo la In Omaha and will be In other mid
dle west and eastern cities lor several
weeks on business, Is extensively engaged
In fruit culture -In California.' H says ha
represents tha kentlments of nlne-teataa -
of the fruit ranchers bt his stats In advo
cating mora liberal Chinese Immigration
"Why, .only a few" tjays ago tha fruit
growers ot . California held their . annual
convention In Ban Francisco and adopted
a resolution forcibly demanding that the '
door be reopened to a certain number of '
Chinese evoollea. I have no doubt that our
action is misunderstood in this section of
the country and further east, where coolts
labor Is less of a factor and where the de
mand for It does not exist. This year R
waa almost Impossible for fruit and raisin
growers to get enough help to care for
their crops. In many instances heavy
losses weaja sustained simply for a lack of
"I expect'to sea strong pressure brought
to bear on tha next congraaa from tha
Pacific coast against this tightly sloaad
Known tba Werl urr,
For Its wonderful cures Dr. King's Nrw
Discovery ., for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. It cures or no pay. For sals by
Kubn ft Co.
The following birth and death were re
ported at the office of the Board of Health
during the twenty-four hours ending at
Birth Peter Csaplek, 1725 Dupont street,
Death Mrs. Emma M. Smith, ) North
Twenty-fourth street, aged 18 years.
The funniest fun Is Pine Pong. Tables
ars 14) cents an hour. Bea Building car
ters, 214 South Seventeenth street,
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