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THE OMAHA DAILY IiEE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1002.
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will he takes ill ia as. far the)
"l raltloa anal III SVfta) B. a,
let morales; mm Beater 4KU.
Rales. I I -lie a seer s)rt laaartlaa,
le a ward Iktrfifltr. KalMaa takes)
fee less thaa t."- far the Srst lairr
lloa. Thri aavertlseaaeats saaet Be
raa eonaer atlvely.
Advertisers, hy reaeestlaar at
4resea la a niakrttl letter la ear
f The B. itinin a aaarrseeel will
be delivered Breaeatatlea of gate)
FOR SALR-i-CIGARS, TOBACCO.
We Are Wholesalers
cf cigars since 184 In thla city and we are
In position to know that the conaumer la
the one who has to pay the profit of the
tobacco grower, the wholesale leaf dealer,
the manufacturer, the wholesale and retail
dealers of cigars. We are In position to
cut out several of the above named profits
and give It to the man who uses the article
at the right p;lee. The consumer wants
our cigars, but sometimes falls to find
them In some of the clgur stores. Why Is
It? It's because these dealers don't like to
pay the price which they should pay for a
nlgh-grado article. We therefore operate
four retail stores In tha best locations of
Omaha, to that every consumer may ob
tain values In cigars direct from the man
ufacturer and jobber.
the stoecker cigar CO:,
W. F. STOECKER, Pre.
Our store-"A" (headquarters) you will find
at 1404 Dougltis; our store "B,"221 (South 16th;
our store "(."' you will find at m South
l'.th; store "D,'r at the corner of 16th and
Farnam, In Myers-Dillon Drug Co. place of
' WANTED MALB IIKI.P.
HUSTLING deputies wanted; men or
women; splenuid contract. Tha Garden
ers, 415 Bee llldj. 11 27S
WANTED for U. 8. army, ablebodled un
marrled men between agea of 21 and 35,
citizens of United Btstes, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
speak, read anu write Kngllsh. tor In
formation apply to Recruiting GfSoers.
ltith and Dodge Bts., Omnha, and post
offlee building. Lincoln, Neb. B Jl
GOOD messengerse wanted; high salaries.
A. D. T. Co., 2U 80. 13th bt. B-M938
WANTED, I good hustlers. Open until
I p. m Western Art Co., 1714 Nicholas st.
WANTED-i-fitenographer with some e-
Berlence. Address O., Bee office, Council
luffs. . B-M844
WANTED Two wide, awake traveling
men to represent' us In 'Iowa and Mis
souri; prefer those who have had ex
perience In selling goods to farmers; will
pay tegular weekly salary and commis
sion, and will guarantee a hustler a per
manent position and good Income. Ad
dress, giving references, S 7, Bee.
WANTED Ar. Intelligent, tip-to-date Scandinavian-American
to travel In northern
Iowa and southern Minnesota; prefer one
who haa had experience In soliciting In
mall towns and on rural routes; we will
guarantee a good Income to a hustler;
salary Or commission. Address, giving
references, t , Bee. B M840
PANTS pressed, 10c; suits. 30c; we call
and dellyer. 115 S. 16th, upstairs. Phone
ZJ83. B M870 J 17
WANTED S solicitors and collectors. A
fine proposition; early advancement.
627 Paxton .block. B 810 26
WANTED, two good hustling salesmen. H.
B. Rldgley Mds. Co., 707 S. 16th St.
B 146 29
WANTED, at once, experienced hot soda
man. 8. E. Whaley A Co., 416 Broadway,
Council Bluffs B Mils
WORTHY young man or woman to take
scholarship in Omaha's leading business
and shorthand college and pay for It
when course la finished and position secured.-
Address 8 21, Bee. B M157 J4
WANTED, clever salesman and advertising
solicitor to represent established company
manufacturing a high grade specialty
used In leading hotels, livery, cab and
automobile barns, and the better busi
ness offices. To a good Salesman and so
licitor with Al references we can offer an
attractive proposition on a high grade
commission. Address 8 28, Bee.
B 168 23
WANTED Capable young man,' experi
enced In sale of stock foods. One having
acquaintance with stock feeders pre
ferred. Btate age, experience and salary.
Address, S SI. Bee. B 178 28
EVERYWHERE, to sell I.ambert Type
writers. , Monro Co.. 811 N. 16th St.,
TO BELL, side - line, easy seller, large
profits, sells everywhere; carry sample In
pocket. Address 8 Bn, Council Bluffs.
v . . . -807 Jli
WASTED FKMALH HELP.
WANTED, girl far. general hqusework;
family of four; good wages to right
party, isone but tho''t,'hly competent
help need apply. 126 8. 37th Bt Tel.
100 Girls. Call Canadian offloe, 16th Dodge.
WANTED, girl for general housework;
food wagta, small family. Mrs. Slmeral,
76 N llalh ave. C-M888
WORTHY young man or woman to take
scholarship In Omaha'a leading buainess
and shorthand college and pay for It
when course la finished and position se
cured. Address 8 20, ilea. C Mli8 J4
WANTED. girl for general housework.
2M3 Mason Bt C 168
WANTED, workilg housekeeper; small
lamuy oi aauus. via in. ism st.
WANTED, washwoman. Call 14 Georgia
vs. c Mill ia-
fruit Ulii.i' UOLfcES.
TO MOVE right got Omaha Van Storage
Co.; office, UUH Farnam, or Tela. 1669-663.
UfM !CPQ in all parts of city. The O.
tlUUJLJ p. Dsvia Co., 608 Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT, one 9-roem bouse, with gas,
water and sewer; juet been placed In
first -class repuli ; In good location. . C M.
Uachmann, 430-J I fax ton block. D n
FOR RENT, forty acres In the city limits
of South Omaha; mall housw, excellent
place for feed yard. The Omaha Realty
Company, wui uougias si., upsiaus.
HOUSES. Q. Q- Wallace, Drown Block!
S-ROOM modern, near High school. 327.60.
l-room house, 3610 and Charles, 320.00.'
Inq, U-i Cap. Ave. Tel. Hi. Roblson.
HOUSES and fiats. Ring-wait. Barker block.
7-ROOM modern house. IS17 Charlea Tele
phone A-Xox. um
MAGGAKD Van Storage Co, Tel. lti
T-ROOMf beuse, 3421 Spragu. Tel. M4.
HOUSES. 1$ upwards. - Bemia, Paxton ink.
; U f0
MODERN 7-room house, bear park. 1VJ
So. totsw :! D liJ
Vil 8. 13TH BT.. a-room cottage, city water.
rental 310. William K. Putter, receiver.
fix uron Dioca. u-Hl
FOR RENT A flo located ft-room cotta ,
-. aC U I a. LI 4 1 ) A ...v t .
aVOl 473. 1 M 11 f!4. wIW B) (fUtMJ IUUII
houktt. lti-i N rJd St.. 315. ' The Omaha
I1VJUOCO Jt. C Peters 4t Co.. bee Bl.lg.
VANS and baggage wagons. TeL 11S.-1146
7-R house, good condition, mod. except fur.
nsre, tarn; near 24th ard hake; rheep to
right party. , Sweet A Headley. Tel. 1472.
FOR RENT, l-room cottage, 2211 Califor
nia t., rent reduced; 6-ioom cottage,
N. 18th St., til. Inquire at 607 N. I9'h St.
D M172 25
FOR RENT, l-rnom house, Just newly
papered and repaired, all modern except
furnace, liii 8t and Poppleton Ave., 31.
Two 9-rc-om houses, 30th and California Bts.,
all modern, city water and sewer. 118.
One 4-room house, 27th and Cuming 8ts.,
city water, 110.
U. M. BACHMANN.
37 Paxton B!k.
ICO l-rootn modern house, 320J Poppleton
IS-l-roum modern house, 412 North 30th St.
liO S-room modern house. 2431 8. 2()th st.
M 10-room modern house and barn, 210
12 g-room modern house, 4621 Farnam St.
$17 7-room modern house and bnrn. 704
. 8. 80th st BRENNAN 1-OVE CO.,
lift S. 13th Ft.
I 874 Janl
FOR RENT, furnished house; everv con
venience, 135 N. 22d ave., H0. W. T.
Graham, Bee bldg. D M105 24
1011 Howard Bt., 12 rooms In first-class
repnlr. new plumbing, two bath roomr.
GEORGE AND COMPANY, 1601 Fsrnnm St.
D MW7 J4
FOR RE1T-KIRMMIE11 ROOMS.
DEWEY European Hotel, 11th and Farnam.
1 PER WEEK 422 So. 18th St.. one block
south or court house. E 848
STEAM-HEATED rooms 310 per month.
namer iioiei, uin ana Jones bts.
AETNA HOUSE, European, 18th and Dodge
P.OYAL HOTEL, European, 16th Chicago
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 780.
I ROOMS for light housekeeping. 1112 So.
inn hi. taMZii
LARGE south front alcove room, modern.
2580 Harney. E-MSM 23
CENTRAL, steamheated, furnished room.
z.'O M. Z3d St. E 670
ELEGANTLY furnished rfmms In new
modern home; hot water heat; references.
1616 Webster. E M846 J16
ONE single room, 36 per month; also
large rront parior; furnace Jieat; reason
able. 2020 Burt. . E182
DESIRABLE steam heated rooms, private,
aetacnea nouse, ciose in. db ram am st.
E M1S8 2S
FIRNISHED ROOMS AKD BOARD.
PRIVATE family. 609 South 25th avenue.
m . . . h
FURNISHED room on first floor and on
on second, ziz B. Zotn st. f 324
BOARD by day or week; meal ticket, 33.60,
n meais; nome cooKing. 2U4 Hurt.
FOR RENT I'NFl'H.MSHED ROOMS.
TWO unfurnished or partly furnished; light
nouseaeeping ii desired. WM bt. Mary s
ave. ' ' G MS87
FOR HK NT STORES AMD OFFICES.
FOR RENT Store In first-class location ;
rent reasonaDie. Apply ti. c. Peters Si
Co., ground floor, Bee Bldg, 1266
CENTRAL, grocery, drug, meat market
wun natures; also nne laundry,- wita
cteim heat and power. Tlzard, 220 N. 23d.
' ' 1446
FOR RENT The building formerly occu-
pieu uy ine s ai sis r arnam i. it nae
four stories and a basement which was
furmerly uaed as The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
interested apply at office to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room loo. Bee building.
OFFICES In the Bee building $10.00 per
monm up. neniai pnee inciuaes neat,
light and Janitor service. R. C. Peters
A Co., Rental Agents, Ground floor,' Bet
lildg. ... ,-27
FOR RENT, building suitable for wh6le
sale purposes at i3 Farnam. 22x90, four
atones ana nrst-ciaaa cemented basement,
elevator, Are and burglar proor vault,
office counter ana fixtures. For price ana
particulars Inquire U. C, Hose water, secre
tary The Bee Building Co., room lou, Bee
building. 1 M667
FOR BALE, ' complete outfit of furniture
ard stove, call at 1706 M. S3d at. Phone
L 2071 1-Mb
ELEGANTLY modern, hot water ' heat.
a lie or two rooms in new brick building.
ground floor; good location for business
omcea. can at iu Webster Bt.
1616 Howard St., desirable room, with full
basement: 350.00 per month.
GEORGE AND COMPANY. 1601 Farnam St
..... , A MH J4
FOR RENT, small ofllce with waiting room
in oraana National uanK buuotng. umaha
Bute Deposit .Trust company, 2io Bo.
13th St., Omaha. 1187 25
AGENTS . WANTED.
WANTED -Canvassing agents In every
county w suiicii euoncrtiJirans io l n m
TWK.Nl'IKTH tr,.NTUn I FARMER.
Steady employment, with assured sood In.
' come. Agents' In the country with horse
and buggy especially desired, canvassers
make easily Id SluO. per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha. 211
WANTED, TO Bt' Y,
WANTED, five carloads of second-hand
furniture; highest prices paid. Drop a
card or telephone 77 L Joe Lrvlne. 3 N.
' lth st
N MW3 J 19
I'On SALE FLRNITUHE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
3020. New and secondhand, tiougnt, sold,
exchanged O 967
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
NEW and secondhand vehicles for sale
cheap, ki, Fruol, mb, and Leaven worth.
GOOD family horse. 13 U Farnam.
P M77S 25
SECOND-HAND depot wagon. In good
shape; will sell for 4J5; worth twlre thtit
amount. 2S60 Faraam. P MsSJ 25
FOR SALE UlsCELLANLOlS.
FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib
bing, coinbiuaUuu Udders, kul Douglas,
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to sny
. other musical. Instrument. (5 up. The
Wlttmann Co., luJl Faruam. Q-9M
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
CHKfSTMAS perfumes. Write for catalog.
Sturmau McConnell Drug Co., Omnha.
BEt'OND-HAND billiard and pool tables;
billiard Ubles repaired; a large stock of
cheap bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc
The Bruuswlck-Balke-Collender Co ,
S. 10th. ' Q-M.MJT
IOHAND safe cheap. Derlght. Ill Farnam.
A PEAUTIFUL LIGHT
You try before you buy one of Fletcher's
bOQtxpleidve ga0itne lamps; out Week s
trial tree. Louis Flescher, 1622 Capitol
' ave. O Msls-a
FREE FOR XMAS-Oold-edged glass bottle
of choice wine, corkscrew with every
order of Prlmo Wlilxkey, price $3.10 gal
lon ; charges prepaid. Meyer Klein,
Wholesale Liquor Dealer, 613 No. 16th,
Omaha. Q M.tl
TWO good double sleighs. 345 and 366; newly
tainted; Rotkawae, . depot wagona,
1-ii ouabains. Drummond Carriage Co.,
18th auO Harney kia Q-M71. J anil
74 LADIES' and gents' watches. ISO dia
monds, left In pawn good as Dew. selling
at half price. Lumoud Loan Ciff,. I4ul
WHY LT YOUR ROOM STAY VACANT?
EVERY DAY IS A LOSS
Of MONEY WHEN A LITTLE WANT-AD WILL RENT IT.
FOR SALE MISCF.M.EAOl S.
FOR BALE, good letter copyprees and
stand, I., mst-class -condition, 36 50. In
quire Bee business office. Q M56
FOR SALE First mortgage note bearing
six per . cent interest, puyanie every six
months, has about 2Vfc years to run; good
security and endorsed by responsible
party amount, Jl.x. Inquire C. M.
Bachmann, Room 424, Paxton Block.
SELL Bitters as side line on commission;
tine article, well advertised. zrr8 Cuming.
4NEW and 2dhand typewriters. Ill Farnam
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1614 Cass street.
UMG. GYLMER, genuine palmist. 315 8. 16.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R. 3.
T M342 J5
Miss Iverlng, massage baths, 501 N. 13th St
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. lMh R. 7.
T MS34 80
GRACE O'BRYAN of Kentucky. 720 8. 13th.
. T-MS68 J17
MRS. DAVIS, 1621 Howard st.-. bnths
T M145 29
MME. SAUNDERS gives magnetic treat-
ment. 1819 Leavenworth st. Flat 1.
T M167 29
DR. ROY. ch'ropodlet;. corns and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity. R. 12,'
B'renzer block. U 867 .
VIAVI. Woman's Way to Health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. 346 Bee Bld.,
Omaha. U 9CS
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no
detention from business. Send for booklet,
etc. .EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE CO., 832
N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha. U 970
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
, and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Douglas.
DR. B. M. JACKSON, specialist In chronic
diseases. 1506 Farnam St. Consultation
SOCIALIST headquarters, 619 N. 16th St. I
literature 01 an Kinaa. treating on all
subjects. U 262 Janl
TELEPHONE 7S0 for L. M. E. messengers.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; babies boarded and adopted.
Mrs. Gardels, 2234 Lake. TeL Red-lsk4.
PRIVATE hospitRl for ladles before and
during confinement; babies adopted. 2703
8. 18th st. Mrs. Fisher. Tel. F-3313
U M238 Jl
ECZEMA SALVE that cured W. A. Paxton.
B. J. Scannell. agent, 609 Ware block.
U M336 JS
ANY CASE of dandruff or falling of hair
cured for 31; 30 years' experience; this
Is no fake, but absolute cure: If not
cured will refund money; can also give
many testimonials; ladies can call or
address, except Saturday. T. J, Clark,
2419 N. 24th St., Omaha, NeB: U M044
WHY NOT get a as or gasoline lamp for
sn X'mas present? It Is lust the thing
you need. Prices from J2.B0 up.. Welsbach
mantels, burners and caps. Louis Flesch
er. 1622 Capitol rve. U M620 So
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; first-class in every respect;
babies adopted. Dr. L.' L. Miller. 2S04
Blondo st Phone F-11S2. U M816
OMAHA DYE WORKS. 1615 Howard, fash
ionable cleaners, dresses, suits, cloaks,
, draperies, rugs, lace curtains; we dye
carpets. U M824 J15
CHIROPODY manicuring, facial and spe
cial massage taught and practiced. A.
Mayer. 512 Bee bldg. Consultation free.
Tel. 1716. U M837.
ELITE PARLORS, 615 8. 16th St., 2d floor.
U M835 J16
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before and
during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Gerlsch,
3625 California st. Terms reasonable.
U MOOT J19
A NICE ' Xmas present black-boards,
globes, dictionaries, library books by
standard authors, 29c. Omaha Bchool
Supply Co., 1621 Howird St. U MKOo 24
WANTED, to. correspond with widow not
over 35; would consider marriage If can
. form the acquaintance ofrlghl party.
Address 8 25, Bee. x U 1B4 23
Mrs. Jocabson, 2205 N. 20th St. . U 179 J22
' MONEY TO : LOAN REAL ES t ATE.
VA PER CENT on business property. '
. per cent on resloence property.
, Options to pay whoie or part any time.
W. B. Mh.lh.LK, 401 t. 15TH ST.
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-ive -o., ju bo. uin.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
." and watranis. R. C. Peters Si Co., 17o2
Farnain bt.. Bee Bldg. W 9sl
6 TO ft P. C. money. Be ails. Paxlun Blk.
FARM and city loans, low rstes. W. H.
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1604
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 18J0 Farnam street.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1S2I Douglas.
MONEY TO LOAM CHATTELS.
"WE WILL BE VERY BUSY"
NEAR XMAS. DtN'T WAIT.
OUH AlONEY IS GOING FAST.
WHO WORKS I
We ghv ail .ne time you ask to repay,
on eay weekl .ir inon.hly payments. ,
1RY Ul UN
FURNITURE LOAN 8.
Goods remain in your undisturbed posses
sion. Discount If paid before due. Open
evenings to t o'clock until Xmas.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
GET OFF ELEVATOR AT THIRD FLOOR.
ROOM 303. PAXTON BLOCK.
C. A QVTO GET
Best explains our methods.
We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipt, etc. Or If you have a permanent
position we can make you a
Without security, except your own agree
ment to repay. Our service la qui en and
confidential and we always try to please.
All we ak 's that you give us a call be
fore you Ldi row elsewhere.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
118 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 22)5.
lEsutbllkhed 189T) 3u 8. 16tb SL
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
Jewelry to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co.. Sue to Duff Green, e Barker block
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; bus.ness confidential; lowest rates.
614 t'axton block. The J. A Hutton Co.
. . X-toa
LAKOK8T BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
bALAttiKl) 1'EOPLE. mere lino is. team
sters, boarding houses, etc.. without se
curity; easier! terms; 4o offices In prin
cipal elites. Telmau, 440 Board of Trade
MONEY TO LOA 1 CHATTELS.
SALARY and CHATTEL
PHOENIX CREDIT CO. '
633 Paxton Block, 16th and Farnam Bt.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C F. Reed, 319 8. 11
WE LOAN money on furniture, pianos and
diamond Low rs tea. Any length of time.
Private OMAHA CHATTEL LOAN
BANK, 1404 t arnam, upstairs. Tel. A-Illl
BI SINESS CHAXCKS.
A Christmas Present.
This Will Bear Investigation.
Better Than 10 Per Cent On Your Money
After Taxes and Insurance Are Paid.
16,000 spot cash takes -my double,-two-story
brick .business block, connected by arch,
shelved and countered for general mer
chandise; two cellars, eight large rooms
UDatalrs, piped for city water, water
. closets, sewer connections, gas, etc., all
In good repair. One of the best business
, properties In the beat part of town. Now
fully occupied. First room south rents
for 50 per month on five-year lease.
First property north sold for 17,600 a year
This property will bring In ITS per month
at low rent.
Gtltedge title and no Incumbrance.
If you mean business call on or write to
me at once. .
; C D. LONG;
Union Block, Plattsrnouth, Neb,
Write us regarding investments that will
- net you from 10 to 18 per cent, and abso
lutely sate. Western Really and Invest- '
ment Co., Fremont, Neb. Y 80S J13
TO GET In or out of business call on Wli-
Hams, Room 411, MuCagae building.
. . Y-992
CASH for your real estate or business, no
matter where located; If you desire
yulck sale send us description and price.
Northwestern Business Agency, D 213,
Bk of Commerce bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. '
Y MUS DJl ;
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your Dusinesa or property quick sue J. It.
Johnson. 8-13 N. Y.
FOR SALE complete stock of second-hand
furniture; doing a good business; fine lo
cation; store can be leased or stock can
be removed: this can be bouitht at a bar-
gain,, reason for selling; Is bad health. Ad
dress P 49, Bee. , Y M586
PERFUMES, 1.000 kinds. Catalogue: Sher
man & McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
GOOD location toe a bank; brick building,
fine fixtures, safes and time lock for
3900.00. Address P 09, care Omaha Bee.
Y M691 J 13
IF YOU want to get In or out of business
or buy or eall property communicate with
Northwestern Clearing Co., N. Y. Life
FOR SALE, one of the best 33.000 general
merchandise stocks In northeast Ne
braska. AddrLSb S 29, Bee. Y 169 24
PARTNER Young man, Industrious, good
habits, some money, for manufacturing
bUHlness of 25 years' standing. Address
8 19, care Bee. Y 186 26
BARBER SHOP for sale; good location;
good barber can do well. ' Lock box 16,
Boelus, Neb. Y 183 24
Beautiful new 4-room mcdern cottage, full
lot, on motor line. Bemls park, 33,0o0; 35o0
cash. 31.JJ0 mortaaae. balance eoo.l cl,ur '
Modern new 7-room cottage, barn, full lot,
near 20th. on Maple St., 3?.6u0 cash and
clear lot worth Jl.OuO. These :ire line
houses. If you want a good deal, aee
me quick, i. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
314 Will consider equity In small farm for !
nice house on full lot situated near end
of Farnam St. line, encumbered for 39)0. '
(.neap at 3-.ouo. Douglas County Realty
Co , Flrsr Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
Z M169 26
WANTED, good farm land In Iowa or
Dakota in exchange for surplus stcck of
dry goods, clothing and shoes; stock all
new. In first-class condition. Address 8 30,
care Omaha Bee. It M177 28
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
HOME IN HAN SCOm' PARK
Eight rooms, all modern, near car Una and
school. Owner has not consented to this
figure, but think we can get him down to
It. Let ua ahow it to you.
THE BYRON REED CO., 212 8. 14TH ST.
RE M 902
HOMES EE K ERS' ASSOCIATION.
1022 Best farm In Saline county, Neb., 200
acres, very fine buildings, wells, cisterns,
tanks and piping; .arm worm 376 per acre.
Owner obliged to leave the slate. Will
take 360 per ace if sold at once. Im
provements worth large part of thla price.
Move quick and get this. Homeaeeaers'
Ats'n, First Floor N. Y. Life, Omaha,
Neb. , RE M16S 25
CHARLES E, U03
HOU6E8 and lota In all Darts af dtv. ! '
acre property and farm lands. The O. P.
Davis Co., Room 603. Bee Bid Hk-m
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
the farmers and stockralsers about It. The
best way to reach them la through
This agricultural weekly goes to 40,003
homes oi larmers and stockralsers, so If
you have a good piece of land to aell at a
reasonable price you ought to find a buyer
among them. The cost of au ad la small
2 cents per word.
THb TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
t South Omaha lots. Douglas County
Realty Co., first floor N. Y. Life bldg.
RE 148 26
FARM FOR RENT.
70 acres, unimproved, six miles N. W. of
Omnhn, near DeHolt Place, 33 per acre.
GEO HUE & COMPANY, 1601 Farnam 8t,
RE 8X6 31
IOWA and Nebraska real estate first mort
gages for sale; 21 years' experience. Day
& liess, Council Bluffs. Rj 909 29
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllcster, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
MARRIED ladles, suffering from erregu
larltlesrnd 4c to Dr. Parger, Station A.
New York, for "Parker's Periodical Pills.'1
an unfailing specific
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and Irregularities of women, from any
cause. Fxperlenced and reliable. 1513
Dodge street. Arlington block, Omaha,
Neb. Tel. 3233. 8K9J19
MARRIED ladlee, suffering from Irregu
larities send 4a to Dr. Parger, Station A,
New York, for 'Parker's Periodical Pills.
an unfailing speclllc. M236
without pain no cutting, tylnr or burning.
All blood, kidney and bladder diseases
cured; a guarantee given In every case
treated by W. C. Maxwell, M. D., 624
Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb., graduate of
Bellevue Hospital Medical college. New
GIVEN AWAY for almost nothing, second
hand bicycles, until Deo. 27th; these
wheels are put in first-class shape and
are Just as good as new. Louis Flescher,
1622 Capitol ave. M 621 25
CAPT. THOS. CORMICK, private d- ct
Ive. 617 Karbach block. Telephone v. ,32.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG 8. H., Touch T. W.. Bus. Branches,
Teleg, Cat free. Om. Com. Col,, 17 & Doug.
A. C VAN 8 ANT' 8 school. 717 N. Y. Life.
BOY LES college, court reporter principal,
N. Y. Life. -1000
NEB Luclnrss A Shirthand College, Boyd's
Stolen, from the Nelson Morris ranch, near
Herman, Neb., Dec. 18, 1902, one gray
horse, weight about 1,100 pounds, branded
"C" on left Jaw, foretop clipped; also
one Marks Bros.' saddle.
Burt county will pay 350 for capture and
conviction of thief and owner will pay 325
for return of property. Notify E. V.
Morgan, Herman, Neb. Lost M178
LOST, black cheviot overcoat, at Orpheum
theater, Sunday night; return to theater
and receive liberal reward.
GOLD IXJCKET. ' Return to Bowman's
shoe store; reward. Lost 187 6
LAND TO RENT.
TWENTY acres finest garden land In the
city. Apply at once at Room 842, New
York Life Bldg. 714
SHIRTS TO ORDER.
OMAHA SHIRT FACTORY, 1916 Farnam.
768 J 13
ATTEND Morand's school or Wed. assem.
biles and learn fhe latest waltz fad of the
1 eaalern cities, the most graceful, waits
I ever Introduced. Classes for beginners
nuw iiiming. auuiib, iuci, anu r n. ;
children, Saturday afternoon. Private les
sons, hone 102. 347 J a
COAL AND WOOD.
HALD t RICE. 606 8. 16th Bt, Tel. 1238.
281 J J
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING.
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Repairing promptly done; satisfaction
guaranteed . P,
Frandsen, 704 N. 16th
M46 J i
PHONOGRAPHS AKD SUPPLIES.
ALL MAKES talking machines; aend tor
dialogue, umaha Bicycle Co., 16th and
H. J. COWGILL No fees unless success.
ful. 318 8. 16th St., Omaha. Tel. 1798.
PATENTS Sues tt Co., Bee Bldg.. Omaha,
' Neb., and Equitable Bldg.. Washington,
D. C. No fee if we fall. Illustrated hand
look free. Only western firm having a
w aumgiua onice. raients sola.
LA IN DRY.
OMAHA Steam Laundry: shirts, ta: rnii.r
2c; cuffs, 4c 17a0 Leavenworth. TeL A-1783
Dr. Grace Deegan, (33 Bee Bldg. Tel. 2968.
GID. B ALICE JOHNSON osteopaths.
Dun mut. -ti oiug. 1SI.
P. MELCHOIR, 13th and Howard, ma,
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. make a ana.
cialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors and
sates, u. Anareen, Prop., 102 So. loili HL
CABINET making, 116 Bo. 17th, Tel. L-2363.
TIN. COPPER AND SHEET IRON-All
work promptly done, satisfaction guatan
teed. A. Monroe, 1607 Davenport HL
r-none sun M344 J 5
OM. Van Stor. Co.. ttliy Fam. Tela 1569-863.
EXPRESSMAN 3) Del. Co. TeL LU6-U45
CANDY AND CIGARS.
A10 school supplies and laundry office.
Mrs. usmt, JO N. 24tn St.
GOLD AND SILVstH PLATING.
OM. PLATING CO.. Bee bldg. TeL 2&W.
STAMMERING AND STVTTERINQ.
CURED Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramgs Bldg.
OMAHA Furniture Repair. W ks.. 2?01 Far-
nam. Tel. 2481. 24 jam
PETERSEN LUNDBURO, lit S. 17th.
Tel. 1-2358. -Ml J7
CARLSON A CO., M21 Leavenworth. Tel.
BCHROEDEP Sign. Works. 209 8. 17th. We
also snip signs, write us. s. juneo
FAMILY washing specialty. 1318 N. I4th
at TeL Hi.. G. W. Sampson.
SHOES made for lama, folks. J. T. Miller,
SllO N. ISth. MS67 JS
THOS. J. KELLY, voice. Davldge Block.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
MERRIAM, comfortable winter home. Tel 85
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8T1LLMAN & PRIQE, 23 U. 8. N 1 Bk. Bid.
NEW BNOW-CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. T.
Life Bldg., attorneys and collectors every
NEB. COLLECTION CO.. 105 N. Y. Ufa.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1424 8. 18th.
IIAIRDRKSINH AND MANICURING.
ADROIT Hair Basaar. 1620 Douglas Bt.
HATS dyed and blocked, latest style.
Karaser & Kerr, 207 N. 17th. Send hats by
mall. M818 JU
HARNESS, saddles, suit cases and valises.
Cornish. 1210 Farnam at TeL 2314
SEEDS AND POULTRY SUPPLIES.
E. H. ULLERY & CO.. ltall Howard at.
COAL AND FEED.
J. B. HEATH, 2309 Cuming St. Tel. B2869.
mwia j is
OMAHA Lightning Rod Co., 1612 Webster
Bt., manufacturers of ana wnoiesaie and re
tail dealers in copper cable lightning rods.
THREE LOAVES home made bread for lOo
at Boston ataaery, M North ltith street.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools ana vauiis, removes garoaga
and cYad animals at reduced prices, 611
N. 16th. Tel. 1779. 106
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
All kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly aiienuca lo. J. 1. ucnjltree,
2oth and Lake streets. 370
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable,' accommodat
ing, all business confidential 1301 Douglas
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 171T. 606 8. 16th.
THE DEPOT on time. U M. E. TeL 780.
' 11 J
ELEC, automobiles. Derlght. 1119 Farnam.
MRS. H. FILLEY. 1310 N. 24th St.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbin. 1505 Farnam. 'Phone 784.
CUT RATE8-rMember.Am. Ticket Brokers'
An n. w. c. Morris, 1406 Farnam. Phone
B 1113. 280 J2
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
T. A E Balterion, grocer. N. Ifith Bt
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.
G. R. Kathbun Room 15, Com 1 Nat. bank
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co.. 611 North 16th.
WHY Day more? Lambert. 12S: luurlnf ta
IloO machines. 6ent on approval. Monroe
at wo., mi n. .sin Bt.. Omaha ag?
J. E. WALLACE. Cut fl. 13th St.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
A. J. Pierson, 2oth and Burt; Tel. L2M6.
WANTED TO BORROW.
want n.ono foe a n,n.il
quarter sections of Nebraska, Boll. Room
o, 1K.1 io
HENDERSON, florist, 1619 Farnam St.
Tel. 1268. ...ia
A. NORLANDER. 708, So. 16th at. Cut
uuwers, oouqueia, rerns, dishes, roping
wreath. Xmas holly. Ms39 24
THEO. L1EBEN, 1018 Farnam, costumes.
I FACIAL massages. 81.00. 1711 Dodge.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any lime.)
Foreign malls for the week ending De
cember 27, lu. will close (PROMPTLY In
all case..) st the general postomce as fol
lows: PARCELS POST MAILS close one
low. Parcels Post malls for Germany close
at 6 p. m. Wednesday, per s. s. "Branden
btrg." Rrgulsr and supplementary nulls close
at foreign ststlon half hour later than clos
ing time shown lmw (except that supple
mentary malls for Europe and Central
America, via Colcn, close one hour later at
WF.DNESDA Y Al : a. m. for EU
Rt'PE, per s a. 8t. luls. via South
ampton; at 8:30 a. m. (supplementary 10
a. m l for GREAT BRITAIN and IKE
LAND, per s s Cymric, via Queetiatown
(mall for other parts of Europe must be
directed "per s. m. Cymric").
THURSDAY, t 7 a. m. for FRANCE.
SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN, POR
TUGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT, GREECE.
BRITISH INDIA and U)RKN?.U MAR
yL'KZ, per s. s. It Bavoie. via Havre
(mall for other parts of Europe must be
directed "per a. s. Ia Bavoie ).
SATURDAY At 7:90 a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per s. a Amsterdam
(msll must be directed "per s. s. Amster
dam"); at 9 80 a. m. (supplementary 11
a. m.) for EUROPE, per a. s. Etrutia,
via gueenstown; at 11 a. m. for DEN
MARK direct, per s. a. Island (mall must
be directed "per s s. Island").
PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls steaaner
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples foi Germany only The same
class of mall matter for other parts of
Europe will not be sent by this ship un
less beclall directed ly K.
After the nosing ot the supplementary
transatlantic mails named above, addi
tional supplementary malls are opened on
the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, an-i remain
i. pen until within ten minutes of the hour
of sailing of steamer.
Malls for Soatk aad Central A as er lea.
West ladlee, Ete.
WEDNESDAY At 12 m. for CUBA, YU
CATAN, CAMPECHE. TABASCO and
CHIAPAS, per s. s. Esperansa (mail for
other parts of Mexico mutt be directed
"per s. s. Esperanra"); at 12:30 p. m.
(supplementary 1 p. m.) for TURKS
ISLAND and DOMINICAN REPUBLIC,
per s. s. New Yt-rk; at 11:30 p. m. for .
JAMAICA, per s. a. Admiral Schley, from
THL'RSDA Y At U m. for CEARA and
MARANHAM. per a. a. Hilary (mall for
other parts of Brasll must be directed
"per s. s. Hilary ').
FRIDAY At j a. m. for ARGENTINE,
URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per a. s.
Noree; at 10 a m. for NEWFOUND- '
LAND, per s. Silvia; at 12 m. for
GUANTANAMO and 8ANT1AOO, per s.
s. Santiago de Cuba; at 12 m. for MEX
ICO, per c s. Santiago, via Tamplco ,
(mail must be directed ''per a. a. San-
BATURDAY-At 8 a. m. 'for BERMUDA,
per a. s. Pretoria; at 9 . m. supple
mentary 9:30 a. m.) for PORTO RICO. .
CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per a. s. i
Philadelphia (mall for Ba vanilla and
Cartagena must be directed "per s. a.
Philadelphia"); it 9:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNK
ISLAND. JAMAICA. SAVANILLA and
CARTAGENA, per a. a. Alene (mall for
Costa Rica mi's t be directed "per a. a.
Alene"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) foi HAYTI and SANTA
MARTA, per a. a. Adirondack; at 10 a.
m. for CUBA, per a. a. Morro Castle,
via Havana; it 10 a. m. for YUCATAN,
per a. . TJomo, via Progreso; at 11 a.1 m.
for ARGENTINE, URUGUAY and PAR
AGUAY, per s. s. Sailor Prince; at 12:80
p. m. for CUBA, per a. s. Curltyba, via
Matanzas (ordinary mall only, which
must be directed "per a. a. Curltyba").
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence ny steamer, close st
this office dally at 6:30 p. m. (connecting '
close here every Monday, Wednesday and
Baturday). Mails for Mlquelon, by rnll
to Boston, and thence by steamer, close
at thla offlcs daily at 6:3v p. m. Malls tor
Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and
thence by steamer, close at thla office
dally, except Thursday, at S:30 a. m. (the
connecting clotca are made on Mondays, ;
Wednesdays and Saturdays). Malls for
Mexico City, overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch by steamer, close
at thla office dally, except Sunday, at
1.30 p. m and 11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1
p. m. and 11:30 p. iu. Ma lie for Costa
Rica, Bella?, Puerto Cortes and letter
mall for Guatemala, by rail to New Or
leans, and thence by steamer, clore at
this office dally, except Sunday, at 1:M
p. m. and 11:30 p. m , Sundays at i p. m.
and 11:80 p. m. (connecting closes here
Mondays at 11:30 p. m. for Be Use, Puerto
Cortes and letter mall for Guatemala, and
Tuesdsvs at 11:30 p. m. for Costa Rtea).
Registered mall closes at p. m. previous
Transpacific Malls. .
Malls for Hawaii, Japan, China and spe- .
ciauy aaaressea matter lor tne Philip
pine Islands, via Ban Francisco, rlose
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to December
"22. Inclusive, for dispatch per a. a. Peru.
Malls for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
here flany at 6:ao p. m. up to December 22,
Malic for China and Japan, via Vancouver,
B. C, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to
December 23, Inclusive, for dispatch per
s. a. Empress of India. Merchandise for
United States Postal Agency at Shang
hai canot be forwarded via Canada.
Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle
ciose here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to De
cember 24, Inclusive, for dlspa'ch per
s. e. Rlojun Maru.
Malls for the Philippine Islands, via San
f rancisco, close here oaiiy at s:ao p. tn.
cp to December 27, Inclusive, tor d la
batch per U. fa. Transport
Mails for Hawaii, China, Japan and Phil
ippine islands, via Ban f rancisco, close
here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to December
29, Inclusive, for dispatch per a. a.
Malls for Australia (except Weat Australia.
wnicn is rorwaraea via jLurope? ties z,ee.
land, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via San
Francisco, ciwse hre dally at 6:S0 p. m.
after December 13 and up to January
3. Inclusive, tor dispatch per a. a. So
noma. (If the Cunard steamer carrying
the British mall for New Zealand does
not arrive In time to connect-with this
dispatch, extra malls closing at 6:30 a.
m., 9:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. : Sundays at
4 80 a. m I a. m. and 6:8o p. m. will be
made up and forwarded until the arrival
of the Cunard steamer.
Malls for Australia (except West Aus.
trails, wnicn goes via Europe, end New
Zealand, which goes-via San Francisco),
and FIJI Islands (mall must be specially
addressed), via Vancouver and Vic
toria, B. C, close here dallv at :S0 p. m.
up to January 3, inclusive, for dispatch
ner s. s. Moana.
Malls for Tahiti ant! Marquesas Islands,
via Ban rrancisco, ciose nere aauy at
6:30 p m. up to January . Inclusive,
for dispatch per a. a. Mariposa.
Transpacific malls sre forwarded to port
or sailing oany ina tne scneouie or closing
Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit 'Regis
tered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous nay.
CORNELIUS VAN POTT. Postmaster.
Postofflce, New York, N. Y., December II,
LEGAL RIGHT TO ORGANIZE
t. Lowls Jade-e Passes Upoa the
(estloa ( Bath CaeU
tal aad Labor,
ST. LOUI3, Dec. 23. "Capitalists have
light to do as they pleaaa with their
money, so long as they do not become pub
"A man without capital may labor or re
fuse to labor, so long as he keeps out bf the
' "Capitalists have the right to combine
capital In productive enterprises and by
laul competition drive Individual produc.
ers and small ones out ot business.
"Laborers and artisans have the right to
form unions and fight thla competition of
capitalists by lawful means."
This statement of the right of combination
upon the part of capital and labor was
handed down by Judge C. C. Bland of the '
court of appeals today In a decision In favor
ot Joseph E. Walsh, who sought an tnjunc- ,
tlon to prevent members of the Master . '
Plumbers' association from combining in tbs
refusal to sell him supplies because be was
not a member.
Judges Barclay and Goods concurred In
the decision, which was a reversal of s de
cision In Judge Wood's eourL Tba case
was remanded to Judge Wood, who bad
denied an Injunction asked for by Walsh
and the right of answer ts left to tha as-
Tbe appellate court.' while holding that
the association should be restrained, as
Walsh asked, refused to dissolve the organ -Isatlon,
as he requested In his petition. It
was stated that the association was a law
Greeae te Be C snmissleaer.
NEW YORK. Dee, !. General Frascle
Vinton Greene was today appointed police
commissioner In succession to Ce4osel
Fatrldge. whose realisation takes offset ts
iivw caiucr tuau Civsicg utue aQO w a be
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