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THE OMAHA DAILY JIEE: FRIDAY, DECEMIinit 12, 1002.
A4frllifn(ili fr the ealaasn
tvlll tikra ontll 1 as. for tha
rflng edition and ntll SO 9. a,
for ingrllli and Sandar edition.
Rates. I a war! Int Insertion
le a rrord thereafter. Kothlaas takea
bra advertlaeaaeats aaaal aa I
Advertisers, by rrititUc a M"'
hrrrd rhfrk, raa have aaastera ad
dressed t a aaanbered letter la car
af The lire. Aiimn aa addrraaed will
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Toil SALE CIGARS, TOBACCO.
The patrons of Omaha' Urgent cigar
Arm are warned not to be. deceived when
tlicy bae clears offered to them by cer
tain dealers nt the rate of 8 and 10 for 23c.
Much qualities a these are Can ba ob
tained In our four store at the rata of 14
If you will como our way wa will be
pleased to at 11 them to you. We don't
have to buy of the Jobber, we can 'ave
you the Jobber's and retailer'! profit. We
SPECIAL FOR XMAS
Trrklsh pipes for 76c and up.
French Briar plpea with one irlch am
ber, 600 ami up.
iiirmin plpea at 25e and up.
1 ha genuine Pnrtuandu cluar with Mr.
Fortuitido'a signature and picture on
very box of 26, $1.00.
Tom Ker ne, 00 In box. II. So.
La Prefenela, 50 In box, S3, is).
Location of Stores,
Btore A: 1404 Douglus street.
Btore B: 2!1 South Pith afreet.
Store C: 804 South lDlh str-et.
Btore D: Myers-Dillon Drug Btore.
SITUATION wanted by Al slide trombonist
til concert or thontcr orchesini; will lo
cate In good city of 4'U or more, or
travel with Rood concert company. Ad
dress H. E. Turner, care Western Lyceum
Hiueau, ISiJ Jefferson St., Kansas Clijr,
Ida. A M025 18
HUSTLING deputies wanted; men tr
women; splendid contract. The Harden
ers, 415 llee Bldtf. li 275
WANTED for U. S. army, nblebodled un
married men between Hgea of 21 and 35,
citizens of Culled States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. Kor In
formation apply to Recruiting. Officers,
16th and Dodge Sta., Omaha, and post-
otllce building, Lincoln,, JNeb. Jjm :
GOOD meaaengerse wanted; high salaries.
A. V. T. Co., m So. 13th Si. 11-MMS .
WANTED, 2 good hustlers. Open until
p. m. Western Art Co., 1714 Nicholas at.
WANTED, short order cook; steady, tem
perate, well recommended. W. O. Torrey,
Albion, Neb. B-M332 12
WANTED, men to learn barber trade.
Years of apprentlcexhip saved by our I
method fi free work, Instructions, lec
tures, etc Tools given each student.
Diplomas ftranted. waees Saturdays.
board provlued. 1'osltlons furnished. Cat
aloKiie and particulars mulled free. Moler
Barber College, 1302 Douglas St.
WANTED, a competent land man to secure
purchasers tor agricultural land; stale fit
ness, experience and give references. Ad
dress Way land, box 332, Council Bluffs, la.
WANTED, experienced bag maker; one
who can build and take control of fac
tory. Address, with references, P AN, Bee.
B iHM 16
WANTED, responsible married man to live
on premises and act as janitor and night
watchman; permanent position; Write.
gtylng references and run particular, to
r M, wee. r mwo 1.1
WANTED, blacksmith and two machinists,
also tinsmith accustomed to tnlde work.
Apply 41 N. Main St., Council tilutJT8M1ba
W. R. BENNETT CO.
dalesmen and Saleswomen fur every de
partment; must be experienced; appll
canta for positions In dry goods and
women's clothing departments will apply
at once to the managers of these respec
tive departments. Applicants for posi
tions In Jewelry, shoes, stationery, sport
ing goods, drugs, candy, groceries, meals,
hardware, crockery, art. toys.- furniture,
carpets, etc., will apply at once to Mr.
Flook, 2d floor, Bennett's. We want sev
eral hundred of .the most Intelligent and
v capable salespeople that can be secured
for our gigantic receiver's sale, about to
begin. By Order of the Receiver.
WANTED, experienced clothing and shoe I
salesman, single: Iowa town over 2.oou:
best references; particulars on applica
tion; steady place; fair salary. Address
P 44. Bee. B-M624 12
WANTED, an office boy by a manufactur
ing company. Address P 64, Bee.
EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambert Type
writers. Monro & Co., all N. 16th St.,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
W Girls. Call Canadian office, 15th & Dodge.
. . C'jvj
WANTED. Bwedlsh or German girl for
general housework; small family; good
wages. Call at .126 S. 27th St. C M24i
WANTED, young girl to ear for baby.
Apply 2406 Leavenworth St., at grocery
klol. CUMlt 12
WANTED, first-class waist and sklrtmak-
era; only those with experience need ap
ply. A. BeebtcK, Jjeauwoou, B. u.
v C MS2S 18
FOR KENT HOUSES.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
CO. .oCUcs. lMlft t arnum, or it is. louii-Mki.
linilCCC " Pns of city. The O.
I1UUOLO t Davis Co., 6ua Bee Bldg.
MAGGARD Van Storage Co. Tel. 1496.
gXR RENT, forty wres In the city limits
of euuih Omaha; small house, excellent
place for leea yard. Tha Omaha Realty
Coinuauy. Ut'l Douglas St.. upstairs.
hoi ses. a.
G. Wallace, Brown Block.
9-ROOM modern, near High school, 127.50.
t-roow house, 3bln and C hallos, xje.uu.
Ino.. 2ii Cap. Ave. Tel. Roblson.
UOL'SES and flats. Hlngwalt, Barker block.
, .D 9
J-ROOM modern house, 1317 Charles. Tele
phone A-jUL - D ua
FOR RENT, one 9-room bouse, with gas.
water and Sewer; just been ptuced In
V."!' """7. ' .T.h u,Z".r.r
Bachmann. 436-a7' Paxtun block. "d-179
FOB RENT, t-room house, lust newly
pa.v'tred and repaired, all modern exettpt
lufnace, 2Jd St and Puppletun Ave., Iix
Two 9-ruom houses, tuih and Callforula Sis.,
all niouern, city water and sewer, tin.
One 4-rootn house, 2.th and Cuming bis..
C. M. BACHMANN,
426-7 i'sxlon Blk.
NEAR 16th and Howard Bta.. 12-roon, Aal
In rirsi-clacs condition, to modern bath
rooms, new plumbing; tvi.uu per mouth.
GEORGE AND COMPANY, lsul Farnam 8t
D J D14
$741 8. 1JTH ST., t-room cottage, city water,
rental $10. William K- Putter, recelvrr,
JJ3 Brown block. D M2u9
I4TH AND K 8T8., South Omaha. I nice t
roora cottages: rental, lis per month.
VMIilsiB K. 1'ulUr, receiver, 80S Brown
FOR HKNT HOUSES.
M'lUKKN 7-room house, mar park. 1S"9
Bo. 2Mh. D "62
1-ROyM house, excellent condition, city
waur, 17 5"). 8116 Seward Bt. Uetiiis, Fax
ton block. U M
7-ROOM house, 2422 Sprague Tel. Kst.
WAKM, modern house with stable, central
locution, newly painted; special conces
i wiiM tj responsible tenant. 11. C. Peters
Ac Co. D MiS7 13
FOK RENT A fine located 5-room' cottage.
i-Ju n. 11th ft., U. Also a good 7-room
houfe, ku N. 22d St., 1.". The Omaha
Really Co., 1JU1 Douglas St., upatalrs.
7-KOOM house, good condition, mod. except
furnace, barn, near 24th and l.ake; cneap
to right party. Sweet Headley. Tel.
1472. I) M1VI1
FOK RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European Hotel, 03th and Farnam.
E !HJ .
II PER WEEK-422 Bo. listh St., one block
south of court huuae. K 94s
AETNA HOUSE, European. 13th and Dodge
v . E 949
ROYAL. HOTEL, European, luth A Chicago
. E 960
BTEAM-HEATED rooma, 110 per month,
barker Hotel, 13th and Jones fats.
ROOMS for light housekeeping. M23V4 How.
ard. K Mill D-12
ROOMS for light. housekeeping." 16231, How
ard. E M231 12
U M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 7M.
3 ROOMS for light housekeeping. 1112 So.
llth St. E M271
FRONT room, modern, U per week. 1717
Webster. E 459 la
ELEGANTLY furnished rooms In new
niooern home; Jiot water heat; references.
1G1H Webeler. E blt 13
CENTRAL, steamheated,. furnlaheA. room.
220 N. 2iid St. E 670
FOR RENT Front parlor: steam heat;
ek'guntly furnished. , 216 N. 17th St.
LARGE front room, new house, ' modern;
private family. Telephone B2fisn. 2219
Douglas St. ... E M612 13'
FRONT room, alcove. 314 S. 20tb at.
, E-MS27 14
; FIHXI9HED HOOMI AND BOARD.
MERR1AM, comfortable winter borne. Tel 8j
PRIVATE family. 6u9 South 25th avenue.
FURNISHED room on first floor and one
on second. 212 S. 2lh St. r
FOR RENT, rooms with or without board,
steam heat, homelike; room, 1.23 per
week and ud: board. M.00 tier week and
up. Hotel Andrew, corner 9th and Fur-
11am. F-614 11'
FOK HEXT STOHES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT Store In first-class location;
rent reasonaole. Apply K. C. Peters at
Co., ground lioor, lieo iiiug. i-2
FOR KENT The building formerly occu
pied by Hie ilea at 9i6 Farnum St. It ha
lour stories and a basement which was
lonneriv used as 1 he 4e Dress room.
'ihia will ba rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply al omce to C. C. Rose-
waier, secretary, room iw, uuiiuing,
CENTRAL, grocery, drug, meat market,
with nxtures; also nne la unary, wan
etejm heal and power. Tliard, 220 N. ma,
,lo,arj . iHood tJuilr
GEOUUE it COMPANY. iuji Farnam St.
OFFICES In the Bee building, 110.00 per
month up. Rental price includes neat,
light and Janitor service. R. C. Peters
& Co., Rental Agents, Ground lloor. Bee
Bldg. . 1279
FOR RENT, building suitable for whole
sale purposes at 9it Farnam, 22x90, four
stories and lirat-clasti cemented basement,
elevator, tire and uurgiar prout vault,
office counter and fixtures. For price and
particulars lnauire C. C. Rosewater, secre
tary The Bee Building Co., room luu, Bee
building. 1 iujo(
FOR SALE, complete outfit of furniture
and stove. Call at 1705 N. 33d St. Phone
L 2071. I M609
A BEAUTIFUL LIGHT
You try before you buy one of Fletcher'
non-xiloslve gasoline lamps; one week'
trial tree. Louis Flescher, 1622 Capitol
ave. 1 moi 10
WANTED canvassing agents In every
counly to solicit suoscriptions to THE
IWIiNlllSIlt UKMOltl rAHMH.K
Steauy employment, with assured goou In
come. Agents In the country wltu horse
and bugty especially desired. Canvassers
make easily ado to lluu per- month. Ad-
areas, Ceulury Farmer Solicitors Bureau,
Bee building, Omuha. . m
1,000 AGENTS wanted to sell desirable old
line insurance tor me largest compan;
in the worlu of lis age; no special con
tract fakirs or leg pullers need appiy
a sell the best contract ever written
good territory and commissions given to
good,' reliable men. Call oil or write to
George J. Crane, Superintendent Western
Department, .tfi9 Fust Natl Bank Bldg
POU BALE FIHNITURE,
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. TeL
2u20. rew and secoiiuuauu, uougiu, soiu,
exchanged. u w.w
FOtl fALE-MIOHSKS, WAGONS, ETC.
NEW and secondhand vehicles for Sale
cheap, ii. Frosl, iiiix and Leaven worm.
GOOD family horse, 13111 Farnam.
FOK SALE MISCELLANEOtS.
FENCE LATH for Quick shipment, crib'
bins, comoluaiiuu lauueis. sua uougias.
NEW and lidhand typewriters. 1119 Farnam
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to an
other musical Instrument, ta up. Ilit
itimanu Co.. lwl Furuaui. Q Ism
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 .Farnam.
I M 9u2
2DH AND sate cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
FOR SALE, good letter copyprctss and
stand, lu nrsi-cius conumoti, .jo. in
auire uee pustness uiucv. mvq
PIANO for sle or frade; want horse and
buggy. U .J, tiee. j aiiua 11
BUY or sell pool tables. Kern. 321 8. 12th.
4 w is
7S. LADIES' and enta' watches. 150 dl
munus. leu iU Iawn, iwu aa new. aeiiiu
al ball prK. JJuimoiid Loan office, 14vl
Do us las. y Mibl 2i
.-hhISTMAS perfumes. Write for catalog
' tthermao t ilcConnell Drug Coiuaha.
BUY statuary for Xmas presents. Our en'
tire slock must be aula wui. as o. 10m.
Q MUj 25
FOR SALE, lot of oak office fixtures, coun
ters, glass partitions and desks; in good
repair, and will be sold cheap. C. B.
Haven 44. Co., IxU Faruam all.
J M333 13
1 MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant 1614 Ca street.
MME. GILMER, genuine palmist. 315 8 li.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, td floor, R. f.
T MSU Ji
lm and Women looking for Positions
Read the Want Ads.
WHEN YOU HAVE A PLACE TO f ILL, TRY ONE.
1SS DUVAL, manicuring.
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th, K. 7.
. T 4314 la
GRACE O BRYAN Of Kentucky. 720 8. 13th.
A 4 II .
Miss Iverlng, massage baths, 601 N. 1.1th St.
ME. LAUNDERS, magnetic trentment.
1N19 Leavenworth. 2d flat. MSI 14
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous nair removed Dy electricity, it. u,
Frenier block. TJ 967
IAVI. Woman's Way to Health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. 346 Bee Bldg.,
Omaha. U 9w
RAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Douglas.
CPTL'RH CURED No knife, no pain, no
detention from business. Send tor booklet,
etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE CO., K32
N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha. U 970
R. B. M. JACKSON, specialist In chronic
diseases. Ij05 Farnam St. Consultation
free. , U 971
ELITE PARLORS, 615 S. 16th St.. 2d floor.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; uabics boarded ana auoptea.
Mrs. Uardels, 2234 Lake. Tel. Red-IM.
TELEPHONE V, for L. M. E. messengers.
SOCIALIST headquarters, 519 N. 16th at.
Literature 01 ali kinue, treating on a 11
subjects. U 2i2 Janl
FREE, a bottle of choice wine. Corkscrew
and Gold-Edged whisky glass with every
order of Prlmo Mve. at S3.10 a lallon.
Charges prepaid. Meyer Klein, wholesale
liquor dealer, Omaha. U 261
PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and
during conhnement; babies anopiea. nut
S. lSth st. Mrs. Fibher. Tel. F-3213.
U M238 J2
ECZEMA SALVE that cured W. A. Paxton.
B. J. Scanneil, agent, uu ware diock.
U M336 J5
NELLIE M. PLATTER, having left my bed
and board, 1 will not De responsioie ior
any debts she may contract. U 573 11
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before and
during conlinement. Dr. and Mrs. uerisen,
3625 California St. U MAS 16
WHY NOT get a gas or gasoline lamp for
an X mas present 11 is just me ining
you need. Prices from 12.50 up. Welsbach
mantels, burners and caps. Louis Fleseh
er, 1622 Capitol eve. U M620 26
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
iVt PER CENT on business property.
u per ceni on resilience propeny.
Options to pay whole or pan any time.
W. B. ME1KLE, 401 fa. 15TU ST.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Brenpan-Love Co., iws bo. utn.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrant. K. c peiera uo iiu
Farnam St. Bee Bldg. W 9ol
4 TO 6 P. C. money.
Bemls, Paxton Blk.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, First nai. uanit mug. j.ei. iw
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1604
Farnam. w sis
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Faruam emltn t Co., mm f arnam street.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
12,000 TO LOAN, 6 years 6 per cent.
HARRISON & MORTON.
W 597 11
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
"WE WILL BE VERY BUSY"
NEAR XMAS. DON'T WAIT.
OUK MONr. X IS UU1KU A01.
We slv.- all .he lime you ask to repay
on easy weekl or monthly payments.
mi u a orx
Hoods remain in vour undisturbed posses
sion. Discount If paid betore due. Open
evenings to 8 o'clock until Xmas.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
GET OFF ELEVATOR AT THIRD FLOOR.
BOOM 903, 1'AA.IU.M ttiASCH.
C A CVTO GET
Hast exnlaina our methods.
We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipts, etc. Or if you have a permanent
position we can make you a
Without security, except your own agree
ment to repay, our service is u,uic. ami
confidential and we always try to please.
All we ak la that you give u a cull be
fore you borrow elsewhere.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
(Established i92.) M S. 16th St.
THE STAR LOAN COMPANY,
Suite 644 Paxton Block.
This company enjoys the distinction of
being exclusively tne private pang 01 ine
waita earner and salaried employe. If a
clerk, bookkeeper, machinist, salesman or
artisan of any kind, you can confidentially
obtain money on your note of us at a
slight discount witnoui annoying your
employer, friends or relatives, and thud
avoid extensive mortgages, uncertain en
dorsers and questionable collateral. You
Monthly. Monthly. Weekly.
$1jO return to us.. ..$10.00 $:U00 $10.0)
$l,iO return to us.... 26.64 13.35 6.65
t b return to us.... 13.33 6.65 3 3j
$ 2-return to us.... 6.66 3.33 1 66
I 15 return to us.... 4.00 l.uo l.Ou
Our office are private and our buslnee
confidential. From 9 a. en. to 7 p. m.
WHERE you tan get It 011 FURNITURE,
PIANOS, HORSES, WAGONS,
COWS. ETC.; also on SALARIES.
WHERE you get it on short notice and
WHERE you pay for only th time money
is In use.
WHERE you can return It on easy weekly
or monthly payments.
WHERE you get the lowest rate.
WHERE can ou do better?
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
633 Paxton Block. 16th and Farnam St.
WE LOAN money on furniture, pianos and
diamond i.ow rate. Any tengtn 01 time.
Private. OMAHA CHATTEL LOAN
BANK, 1404 Farnam, upstairs. . Tel. A-2113.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANB TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, turn
sters. boarding houses, etc., without e-1
cuiity; easier! terms; 4 omce Inprln-,
..iul cities. TollOiU. 440 Board of Trade ,
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rate.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock,
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co.. tt uc lo Duff Green, Barker block.
MONEY TO. LOAN CI1 ATTEI.S.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc C F. Reed, 319 S. 13.
TO GET In or out cf business cull on Wil
liams, Room 411, McCngJe building.
CASH for your real estate or business, no
matter where located; If you desire a
quick sale send us description and price.
Northwestern business Agency, D 312,
Bk of Commerce bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
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.
WHEN you want to buy.'sell or exchange1
your pusinem or properly quick see J. It
Johnson. 843 N. Y. Life. Y MU90
PERFUMES, 2,000 kinds. Catalogue: Sher
man & McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
FOR RENT, 60-room hotel In Mlnden, Neb.
Newly painted and repaired throughout,
steam heat. C. A. Robinson, Kearney,
Neb. Y MitiS 22
FOR SALE, complete stock 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 I bad health. Ad
dress P 49, Bee. Y M5S6
FOR SALE, the best paying, best estab
lished and most elaborately furnished
restaurant and cafe In St. Joseph, Mo.
Olendorf Cafe, 115 N. 6th St., St. Joseph,
Mo. Y-M623 14
FOR SALE, 1000 worth of children, misses'
and women's Jackets, also women' capes
and suits, at a liberal discount. C. S.
lngersoll, Kirwin, Kan. Y M622 14
FOR SALE, furniture and lease, one of the
best paying hotels In northern Nebraska;
commercial house, In "a good railroad
town; price. $3,6oO. Address P 52, Bee.
Y M616 17
EXCHANGE: Land and cash for mer
chandise. Good farm for hardware and
Implements; farm for livery. T. M. Cllne,
123s O St., Lincoln, Neb. Z M360 15
I HAVE a good piano to trade for dray
team. Address, P 60, Bee. Z 592-19
FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE.
HOUSES and lots in all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 552, Bee Bldg RE 994
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the I
I'nlim Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllester, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
W. C. CHISSELL for BARGAINS in real
estate. 1015 Jones St.- 'Phone 1721. -
RE M364 15
WILLIAMSON rlntreS.' m
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If you Want to sell farm or ranch, tell
tho farmers and stocki-alsers about It. The
best way to reach them la through
This agricultural weekly goe to 40,000
homes of farmers and stockralsers, 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 la small
2 cents per word.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
HARRISON & MORTON, FARMS.
RE 828 D17
WE OFFER till aold 6-room all modern
house, almost new, elegant quarter sawed
oak finish 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 tax; owner compelled to make a
change. Only 12,600.
yARRISON & MORTON.
$1,1002416 Blondo; rents $120 year.
$1,2003318 Parker, good cottage, 30-ft. lot;
$1,4002619 Chicago, 6 rooms, lot 3ixiJ2.
j l.5oo -r., modern, rents 27th & S
Ya 1 1 loir
12.00O 4 3-r. cottageo, near 27th and Patrick
rent $2i8, city water, always rented.
$2,300 Large, comfortable home, near 9th
and Bancroft, large tot, fine view.
still takes the lead In vacant property.
These tine lots, 40x110, front east on 27th
Ave., between Lake and Grant, high and
sightly, good neighborhood, newer, city
water, gas, car; easy term, only
$300 $300 S3uu.
GEORGE G. WALLACE, 311 J. J. Brown
Block. RE 593-11
HARRISON & MORTON offer elegant six
room house CHEAP TODAY. See their
AD, then telephone 314 or call at 913 New
HARRISON & MORTON.
FOR EXCHANGE. 40-acre farm within 15
miles of Council Bluffs; improved, suit
able for fruit, poultry and stock; will
exchange 11,100 equity for nice South
Omaha house. Bemls, Paxton block.
RE MU'to 12
; THIRTY-THREE acres near Florence; big
bargain. C. 8. Shepard, 832 N. Y. Life,
J , RE MU26 14
HOUSE, NORTH PART CITY.
S rooms, modern except furnace, corner lot,
barn, desirable location and property la In
tirst-class lepali. l'riee, $2,600.
GEORGE &. COMPANY, 16el Farnam Bt.
RE M617 15
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG S. H.. Touch T. V., Bus. Branches,
Teleg Cat. free. Om. Cora. Col., 17 & Doug.
A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N. T. Life.
BOYI.ES college; court reporter principal,
N. Y. Life. , -louO
NEB Business It Shorthand College, Boyd's
INDIAN BASKETRY easily learned by
anyone; a popular and lucrative pastime;
full Hue of supplies and books teaching
work. STEWART'S. 119 N. 16th; send for
samples. M24U Jl
WATCH AND JEWELRY HEPAIHING.
CIOCKB. WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Repairing promptly doue: satisfaction
guaranteed. N. P. Frandsen, 7u4 N. 16th
Jt . , m:w5 J5
nnt.iiMiN pio.Mn I'n ma riAiKfi.. kiu I
J. E. WALLACE, tut 8. Ulh at
M AMI FACTT RING.
P. MKIiCHOIR, 13th
OMAHA Safe and Iron W'kl make a spe.
clalts of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. .G. Andreen, Prop., loi So. loth St.
CABINET making, 115 80. 17th. Tel. L-Zt5S.
TIN. COPPER AND SHEET IRON All
work promptly done, satisfaction guaran
teed. A. Monroe, 1'7 Davenport St.
Phone 211. M84I J5
DR. PRIES treat successfully all dis
eases and Irregularities ot women, from
any cause; experienced and reliable. 1513
Dodge St., Arlington block, Omaha. Neb.
See ladles In Omaha who have avoided an
operation and been cured after experts
pronouncea 11 necessary, oee mi, r.. r
Allen, 723 N. Y. L. bldg. Office hours, from
1 to 6 p. m. ' M65S 14
LADIES' Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Piils are the best; safe; reliable. Take no
other. Send 4c, stamps, for particulars.
Helief for Ladles" in letter by return
mail. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
H. J. COWG1LL No fees unless success
ful. 31s B. 15lh St., Omaha. Tel. 1798.
PATENTS Sues St Co , Bee Bldg., Omaha,
Neb., and EQUitable Bldg.. Washington,
D. C. No fee if we fall. Illustrated hand
book free. Only Western firm having
Washington office. Patent sold.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
STILLMAN & PRICE, 23 U. B. N'l Bk. Bid.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., 1st floor N. Y,
Life Bldg., attorneys and collectors, every
ELEC automobiles. Deright, 1119 Farnam.
COAL AND WOOD.
HALD & RICE, 606 S. 16th St. Telm
THREE LOAVES home made bread for 10c
at Boston feaKery, 4zo North lth street
WHY pay more? Lambert, $25; superior to
tluo machines. Sent on approval. Monroe
ft Co., Ml N. 16tn Bt, Omaha. 99
WANTED, chorlstera for First Presbyterian
church, also buss and tenor soloists. Ap
ply F. H. W right, -iiamge Bldg. B 2uO
THOS. J. KELLY, voice.
! CAPT. THOS. CORM1CK, private detective.
617 Karoacn diocs leiepnon a-.cks-.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, -removes yarDugo
and dead animals at reduced prices. b2l
N. 16lh. Tel. 1779. 106
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
EGGS, 20C PER DOZ.
T. A E. Battel ton, grocers, 324 N. 18th St
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars,
2c: cutis, 4o. 1760 Leavenworth. Tel. A-17S3
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
mg, all business coniiuentiaL 1301 Duugia
THINKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717. 606 S. 16th.
j TUB picpoT on time. L. M. E. Tel. 760.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., all North 16th.
CUT RATE railroad ticket everywhere.
p. H. Phubin, loot Farnam. Phone 7M.
CUT RATES Member Am. Ticket Brokers'
Ass ii. w. C. fsorrls. I40t ftarnam. Phone
260 J2 '
Mr. Grace Deegan, 638 Bee Bldg. Tel. 2968.
G1D. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, OBteopatha,
Suite 616, N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. lt64.
ATTEND Mora nd's' school or Wed. assem
blies and learn the latest waits fad of the
eastern cities, the most gracetul waits
ever Introduced. Classes fur beginners
now tinning. Adults, Tues. aud Frl. ;
children, Saturday afternoon. Private les
son. 'Phone 102, 347 J6
PRIVATE, lessors In bookkeeping, etc.
G. R. Rathbun, Room 16, Com 1 Nat bank
LIGHTNING RODS. '
OMAHA Lightning Rod Co., 1612 Webster
St., manuiacturers of and wholesale and ra
tal! dealers in copper cable lightning rods.
OM. Van Btor. Co., 1611H Farn. Tel. 1559-863.
VANS and baggage wagon. TeL 1196.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
All kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochlltres,
2uih and Lake streets. 37u
' , . . v. 0 . . . . , , T ;
1 KANSAS CITY TAILOR Suits cleaned and
9 f preaseu, . 1 . .j . ianis, 'c; pains presseu.
15c; tirst-clasV work. 6ut N. 16th st (down
LOST, a small open-face gold watch,' be
tween Kllpatrick a and Bee bldg.; a lib
eral reward fur the return of same to
Mrs. 1'ltkrsm, at KJlpatrlck's.
OMAHA Furniture Repair. Win., 2?"1 Far.
nam. Tel. 24M. n Jam
PETERSEN A LUNDRURO. 115 8. 17th.
Tel. l.-2:At. 547 J7
M4SO.t F.RAnK COSTl MF.S.
THEO. LIEBEN. 1018 Farnam, costumes.
STAMMERING AND STtTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bids
ST ATI' ART.
EUY your Christmas presents; selling out
id nootn lbtn. m7o 23
I FACIAL massage. $1.00. 1711 Dodge.
u. J a nl
8CHROF.nEP 81gn Works. 19 8. 17th. We
aiso snip signs, write us. 376 Junes
FAMILY washing a specialty. 1313 N. 2tth
si. ,'ieL t Uii. g. W. Sampson.
1 M5S5 J9
SHOES made for lame folks. J. T. Miller,
H05 N. 16th. Mn&i js
HAIRDRESING AND MANICt RING.
ADROIT Hair Baiaar.
1620 Douglas St.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OM. PLATING CO.. Bee bldg. Tel. 2535.
BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender
ron. Tel. 125H, 1519 Farnam St., Omaha.
HARNESS, saddles, suit cases and valises,
Cornish, 1210 Farnam t Tel. 2314
MRS. II. FILLEY, 1310 N. 24th St.
HATS dyed and blocked, latest style.
Hamser & Kerr, 207 N. 17th. Hats sent by
mail. M61K J 11
GIVEN AWAY for almost nothing .second
hand bicycles, until Dee. 27th; these
wheels are put In first-class shape and
are Just as good as new. Louis Flescher,
1622 Capitol ave. M 621 20
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1424 S. 13th.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested
as chanaos may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails tor the week ending De
cember is, jsuz, win ciose irituMniii in
all casej) al the gem rat postoilice as iol.
lows: PARCELS POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing time shown be
low. Purcels post mails for Germany close
at 6 p. m. Friday, per s. s. ivronpiint
Regular and supplementary malls close
at foreign station half hour later than clos
ing time shown below (except that supple
mentary mails for Europe and Central
America, via coicn, close one nour later
foreign statlor). -
SATURDAY At 7:30 a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per s. s. Rotterdam (mall
must be directed ' per s. s. Rotterdam I
at 8 a. m for BELGIUM direct, per s. s.
Finland (mail must be directed "ner s. s
Finland"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
11 a. m.) for IKELANU, per s. s. Umbria
V'a vueenstown (mall ror other parts o
Europe must be directed "tier s. s. I'm
bria"); at 10:3u a. m. (supplementary 12
m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Kronprins
Wilhelm, via Plymouth, Cherbourg and
PRINTED MATTER. F.TP.-This steamer
takes printed mutter, commerc.nl papers I
and samples for Germany only. The same .
class of mall matter for other parts ot
Europe will not be, sent br tuts snip un
less s eclally directed ny K
After the closing ot the supplementary
transatlantic mails named above, addi
tional supplementary mails cr opened on
the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, anc remain
open until within ten minute of the hour
of Railing of Bteamer.
Mall for Sooth and Central America,
West Indies, Etc.
FRIDAT At 12 m. for MEXICO, per . s.
Niagara, via Tamplco (mall must be di
rected "per . s. Niagara"); at 7 p. m.
for NEWFOUNDLAND, per . B. Si
berian, from Philadelphia.
SATURDAY At 9 a. m. (supplementary
9:30 a. m.) for PORTO RICO, CURACAO
and VENEZUELA, per s. a. Caracas (mall'
,ot Dar.uina oiiu aii.Kri muni 1
rected "per s. s. Caracas"); at 9:30 a. m.
(supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE
ISLAND, JAMAICA. 8AVANILLA and
CARTAGENA, pes. s. s. Altai (mall for
Costa Rica must be directed "per s. a.
Altai"); at 10 a. m. (supplementary 10:30
a. m.) for HAITI and SANTA MARTA,
per s. s. Athos; at 10 a. in. for CUBA,
per s. a. Morro Castle, via Havana; at
10 a. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND direct,
per s. s. Rosalind; at 12:30. p. m. for
CUBA; per s. a. Ollnda, via Matanzas
(ordinary mail only, which must ba dl-
-ected "per s. a. Ollnda").
Malls tor Newfoundland, by rail to North
Rvdnev. and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally at 6:30 p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wednesday and
Saturday). Mails for Mlqucion, by rail
to Boston, and thence by steamer, close
at this offlci dully at 6:30 p. m. Malls for
Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fia., and
thence by steamer, close at this office
dally, except Thursday, at S:30 a. m. (the
connecting clotcs are made on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays). Malls for
Mexico City, overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch by steamer, close
at this office daily, except Sunday, at
1.30 p. m ar.d 11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1
5). m. and 11:30 p. ru. Mail for Costa
tica, Belln. Puerto Cortes and letter
mall for Guatemala, by rati to New .Or
leans, and thence by s.eamer. close st
this office daily, except Sunday,' at 1:30
p. m. and 11:30 p. m , Sunday at i p. m.
and 11:30 p. m. (connecting closes her
Monday at 11:30 p. m. for Belize. Puerto
Cortes and letter mall for Guatemala, and
Tuesdays St '11:30 p. m. for Costa Rica).
Registered mall close at 6 p. in. previous
Mall for China and Japan, via Tacoma,
close here dally at 6.3u p. m. up to De
cember 8, Inclusive, for dispatch per . s.
uuse 01 rue.
Mails 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.
after December 6 and up to December
13, inclusive, for dispatch per . s. Si
erra. (If the Cunard steamer carrying
the British mall for New Zealand doe
not arrive In time to connect with this
uispaicn, extra mans closing at 6.30 a
m., 9:3o a. m. and 6M p. ru.: Sunday ai
4 30 a. m., 9 a. tn. and 6:3w p. m. will be
maae up ana rorwaruea uniii the arrival
of the Cunard steamer.)
Mail for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
here daily al 6:30 p. m. up to .December
it, inclusive, ior dispatch per s. a. Nip
Malls tor Hawaii. Japan. China, and sne
dally addressed matter for the Phllin-
plne Islands, via San Francisco, close here
dally at 6;30 p. m. up to December Zi, In
clusive, for aispatcn per a. .' Peru.
Malls for Hawaii, via, Sun Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to December 22,
cciubiw, jut uispaicu per s. a. s,eaianala.
Malls for China and Japan., via Vancouver
and Victoria. B. C close her dailv at
6:30 p. m. up to December 23, inclusive,
for dispatch per s. s. Empress of India
(reguiereu man must be specially ad
dressed. Merchandise for II. ri Postal
Agency at Shanghai cannot, be forwarded
Malls for the Philippine Islands, via Ssn
jrancisco, civ mi oaiiy at 6.M p. m.
POSTOFFH K OTH E.
tip to December M27. Inclusive, for dls.
patch per U. h. Transport
Mulls for Australia (except West Atl
truhs, which goes via Europe, an1 New
Zen I ml. which goes via San Francisco!,
and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver nnd Vic.
torla, B. C, close here dally at .:.tn p. m.
up to January 3, Inclusive, for dispatch
pt-r s. s. Moans.
Malls for Tnhlil and Marquees. Islands,
via Bun Francisco, close here daily at
:. p. m up to January Inclusive,
for dispatch per s. s. Mariposa. . v
Trnnspnclfle malls are form-srded to port
Ot sailing dally and the schedule of closing
Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit Regis
tered mall closes at p. in. previous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. rostmsster.
postoflU-e, New York, N. Y., December 5,
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, Fort l"avenworth, Kansas, No
vember 29, 1902 Sealed proposals in tripli
cate, will be received here until 11 o'clock,
a. m.. Central time, December 13. l!il. and
then opened, for furnishing and delivering.
In good condition, F. O. It. car, at Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas, approximately S-l)
tons castlion water pipe 60 tons 12-lnrh
and 60 tons 10-Inch together with fittings,
valves, lead, oakum, meters, tools, etc.. for
same. Bidders must state In their proposal
the time In whlih they will complete deliv
ery, as time will be an Important ll.-m in
maklg award. Full Information blank forms
of proposal and specifications furnished on
application to this office. Specifications enn
u be seen at otllce or iienot uuaiter-
mwster st Chicago, St. Louis and Omahn.
United States reserves the right to accent
or reject any or all proposals tr any part
tnereor. fc.nveiopes to ne inuorseu i ro
posals for Iron pipe, etc.," and addressed to
Major u. K. Mel army, uuariermaaior, 1.
8. Army. -S'29 d4t Dll-12
A1LWAY TIME CARD.
INION STATION If TH AND MARCY.
Chicago, Rock Islnnil A Paelfle.
Chlcniro PayllKht L'fd . 5;(i0 am a 6:45 am
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:i am a :35 pm
t hl-nxo Express I1I:1: am a 0.05 pm
Des Moines Express). . . a 4 :T pm blLROam
Chicago Fast Express . a 6:36 pm a 1:23 pro
Rocky Mountain L't'd..a 6:50 pm a 4.55 arn
Lincoln. Colo. Springs.
l'enver, l'uebio and
West a 1:30 pm a 8:00 pre
Colo., Texas, Cal. and
Oklahoma Flyer a 5:20 pm al2:40 pnt
I nl'in Pnrlflr.
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 7:30 pm
ine rasi iwan it::i am a 9:25 pm
California Express a 4:26 pm 1
Pacific Uxpress.... all:30 pm
Eastern Express a 4:35 pm
The Atlantic Express a 7:30 am
The Colorado Special... 7rl0 am a 3:40 am
Chlcsgo Special a 3:40 am
Lincoln Beatrice and A
Stromshurg Express. .h 4:0 pm b!2:50 pm
Grand Island Loca, ...,b 6:30 pm b 9:36 pro
CblcHtio A Northwestern, ' '
The Northwestern Line.'
.a 3:40 am a 7:00 am
Local Sioux City.
Daylight St. Paul.,
Fast St. Paul
Local Sioux City..
a 7:50 pm a 8:30 am
a 5:10 am .a 3:50 pm
7 35 am, a!0:25 pm
a 8:00 Mm all:20 pm
al0:55 am a 6:10 pm
a 4:00 pro, a 9:50 am
a 4.55 pm a 4:05 pm
,. ..a 8:10 pm a 9:20 em
a 8:10 pm ' a 8:15 am
a 2:40 pm
b 4:00 pm. b 9:60 am
8t. Ixuls) "Cannon Ball"
Express . a 5:55 pm a 8:20 am
Bt. Louis Loral, Coun
cil Bluffs a 1:15 am al0:30 pm
Chicago Express a 7:20 am a 6:10 pm
Chlcaso, Minneapolis &
St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm -a 8:06 am
Minneapolis & St. Paul
Express b 7:50 am b10:33 pm
Chicago Express . al0:35 pm
( hlcRito, Mllvtaul.ee A St. Paul.
Chicago & Omahl Ex..b 7:40 am b 8:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex a 6:00 pm a 7:50 am
St. Louis Express al0:00 am a 6:25 pm
K. C. and St. L. Ex.....al0:60 pni a :15 am
BURLINGTON' STATION-IOTH A MASON
nnrllnirtOB A Missouri River.
Wymore. Beatrice nd
Lincoln a 8:40 am bll:5 am
Nebraska Expresi, ......a 8:40 am a 7:46 pm
Denver Limited a 4:25 pin u 6:45 am
Black Hills and Puget
Sound Express all:10 pm a 3:10 pm
Flyer a 8:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:62 pm a 9:17 ant
I" :rt Crook and Platts-
mouth b 3:20 pm bl 1:05 am
Bellevue & Paclllc Jet. .a 7:60 pin a 8:27 am
Bcllcvuc & Pacific Jet.. a 8:00 am
Kuuaaa City, St, Joseph A Coancll
Kansas City Day Ex. ..a 9:45 am a 6:06 pm
St. Louis Flyer a 5:10 pm all:06 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:30 pm a 6:15 am
lilrilKo, llurlinaVtou & Quinry.
Chicago Special a 7:00 nm a 4:05 pm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. .a 4:00 pm a 7:30 am
Chicago Local a 9:30 am all:00 pm
Chicago Umlted '. a 8:06 pm a 7:30 am
Fast Mall a 2:45 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 15TII A WEBSTER
Black Hills. Dead wood. ... .
Lend, Hot Springs a 1:00 pm a 6:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 1:00 pm 6:00 pm
Hastings, York, David
City. Superior, Geneva,
Exeter and Seward. ...b 1:00 pm b 6:00 pm
Bonesteel, Lincoln, Nio
brara and Fremont... b 7:30 am bl0;25 am
Fremont Local .0 7:30 arn
thl.sgo, St. Paul, Mlnaeapoll A.
Twin City Passenger., .a 6:80 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux city passengei ...a i:uu pm aii:2U am
Oakland Local b 6:45 pnv b 4:46 am
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:25 am
a Dally. b Dally except Sunday. ' d
Dally except Saturday. e Dally except
Monday, c Sunday only. '
BORROWED ENGINE' GOES BACK
Hllwaake Hoad Iteealla Locomotive
Recently Loaned to Union
A telegram from q executive official ot
(be Milwaukee railroad to President John
McNeil of the International Brotherhood ot
Boiler Makers Inform Mr. McNeil that the
Milwaukee engine which was delivered to
th Union Pacific at Council Bluffs last
Saturday night will be withdrawn. Tha
strikers regard this as a signal victory.
When this engine belonging to the Mil
waukee was put in us Monday by the
Union Pacific, striker , took exception. In
terpreting It a an attempt on Abe part ot -
th Milwaukee to aid- the Union Paclno in
It struggle, but official of both roads gave ;
out the assuring Information that the en
gine was brought simply as a test ot the At
lantic type pf locomotive of which the
Union Paclfio Intended buying a. number.
This did not satisfy, however, and the strik
ers, through President McNeil and Presi
dent James O'Connell of the International
Association of Machinists at Washington,
demanded that th engine be withdrawn. .
KILLED BY SWITCH ENGINE
John A. Hart wig, Thirty-Five Vear
Old, Meet Violent Death lot
Railroad Tarda., ,; .'
John A. Hartwlg wa run over by a
switch engine and killed In th Unlori Pa.
ciAc yards yesterday afternoon.' Ills body
was badly mangled and has been taken in
charge by the coroner.
Hartwlg wa 86 years ot age and lived
on Nineteenth street between Grace and
Clark. ; '
Wright wrongs no man. Wright's old
fashioned buckwheat flour Is pur.
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