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TIIIT OMAHA DAILY BEEi SATURDAY, JANUAItY 3, 100.1.
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V ANTED, a plain for student to work for
hoard while attending the Nebraska Busi
ness ooiiege, Boyd theater. Tel. 2435.
A M512 4
WASTED MALES HELP.
GOOD messengers wanted; high aalartea.
A. D. T. Co., 212 B. 13th Bt. i 380
WANTED Two Rood huatlera,
Western Art Co., 1714 Nicholas St.
PANTS preaaed, 10c; aulta, 80c; we call and
deliver. US 8. 16lh, upatalra. 'Phone 22X1.
WORTHT yung man or woman to take!
scnoisrsn.p In Umana a leaning nuiinfM
ind ahorthand college and pay fur It when
course la niilsnert ana position secured.
Addreea. 8 21, Baa. B M157 4 "
WANTED Man to learn barber trade.
Practical cotirae given by free work; ex
pert Instruction; tools presented; wages
naiuruays; pear a provided; catalogue tree
Moler Barber College, 1302 Douglas Bt
B 301 2
WANTED, a place for young man to work
for board while attending school. Ad
arena Boyle's College, Kw York Life
Building.. Telephone l3rA. - B M4l2
WANTED, an experienced bookkeeper,
lata age, experience and salary ex
pected) Address 8 53. Bee. B IW
WAITED, three young men, experienced
shoe salesmen, must know how to handle
nice trade; must have first-class refer
ences. Apply Manager Shoe Department,
Boston Store. B 19
$32 .50 PER l.ono copying letters at home;
either sex: aend self-addressed stamped
envelope for particulars. American Nov
elty Co., Dept. D, Forest City, la.
- B-M497 3
WANTED, by a large Omaha bualneaa In
stitution, a young man 17 to 20 yeara old,
willing to start on small salary; good op
portunity to gain experience and work up.
Address, giving education, business ex
, u any
and references. 8 56, Bee
WANTED, paper ruler; blank book work.
Wanted, book binder, good finisher. Ad
dress 8 55, Bee. B M521 4
WANTED, young man for reportorlal work
on a dally paper. Address, stating salary
expected, 8 5U, Bee office. B 522 4
WANTED, harness-makers on hand and
machine work. The Waterloo Baddlery
Co., Waterloo, la. B MMo
WANTED, experienced overall cutter. Ap-
Siy at once to uryne & Hammer ury
ooda Co., Uth and Howard sts.
WANTED, parking houae men to leave
ritv; men thoroughly conversant with all
details In their line; hog killing and cut
unit. lurliuxer and tank, pork cellar.
, sweet pickle and dry aalt and thorough
Deer man. Adoreaa o u, use.
B M535 4
WANTED, solicitor to solicit subscriptions
on two flrst-naaa technical papers; must
be maa . of fair education, good appear
ance and address; only man deeding per
manenr position and capable of earning
from $25' to 140 a week need apply; in
writing stats reference, age. previous ex
perience. Address Hill Publixhlng Co.,
World bldg., New York. B M54 4
TO ' BELL ' side line, easy Seller, large
prbotitf sells everywnerncarry wample In
pocket. Address, 8, Bee, Council bluffs.
EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambert Type
writers. Monroe at Co., Ul N. 16th St.,
Oinaha.. . 312
NEW opening for traveling salesman of
fsred, also advertisers; straight salary to
good men. Triumph Co., Dallas, lex.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Girl for general housework;
family of four; good wages to right
parly. None but thoroughly competent
help need upply. IU B. .th St. TeL
A-gjSj, - C M667
100 Girls, Call Canadian office, 16th Dodge,
. C 343
WANTED, I good girl for general house
work; small family 1 7-rooia house. 12t
N. 31st aye. C-MJ20
' WANTED, alrl tor general housework:
good wages, small family, Mrs. Blmeral,
7 N. 2Mh Ave, C MOM
WORTHY young man or woman to take
scholarship In Omaha's leading business
and ahorthand college and pay for it
when course Is finished and position se
cured Address S 20. Bee. C-Mli 4
291 Mason Bt.
WANTED, a girl' for general housework.
Mr. Bhook, 114 N. 26th Bt. C-M342
WANTED A neat young girl for upstairs
work In smau family, wu south aoth Ave.,
WANTED, washwoman at 1060 Georgia
Ave.; one who lives near preferred.
C til J3-
W ANTED, girl for general housework;
good wages to good girl. 2324 Harney St.
A IH'RSE who can speak English and
8ood German. .Mrs. K. C, Barton. 10 B.
2d ave C M507
WANTED, gtrl for general housework. Call
at 509 N. tad St. C 626 I
WANTED, 60 girls to make shlrta, pants
and overalls; ateady employment at good
. wages. Apply at once to Bryne 4V Ham
mer Dry Goods Co., l!th and Howard sts.
WANTED, a- neat young girl for upstairs
work in small family. 1311 8. StHh ave..
corner Poppleton. c Mi40
WOMAN with tact and business ability to
fill a position for 12 months. Address
B 62. Bee, -. C Mii9 6
WANTED, a crockery saleslady. Address
B 64. Bee. C M529 6
FOR RENT HOISKS.
TO M.OVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; etnee, lauvfc r arnam, or leis. ijo-ooa.
FOR RENT, one 9-room house, with gas.
Water and sewer; Just, been placed in
flrst-claas repair; In good location. C. M.
Uocnmaiin, 4M-7 raxton mock. i it
FOR RENT, forty acres In the city limits
of South Omaha; small houae, excellent
place for feed yard. The Omaha Really
company, in oi., vpsiairs.
9- ROOM modern, near High school, $27.50.
t-room house, 36th and Charles, $20,110.
Jnu. 2646 Cap. Ave. Tel. 673. Roblson.
Vil 8. 13TH St., 6-room cottage, city water,
rental $10. William K. Poller, receiver,
i tuS Brown block. D 392
Uril IQPC ,n " Prta of city. The O.
nUUJClr, Davis Co., 60s Bee Bldg.
HOUSES. $6 upward.
Bemls. Paxton Rlk.
VANS and baggage wagons.
HOUSES. O. a. Wallace, Brown Block.
HOUSES and flats. Rlngwall. Barker blxk.
.. D Jwa
, ' '
1-ROOM modern house, 2317 Charles. Tele
phone A-3 D 153
tJrI1CLTC 1 a'1 Prts of. the city.
ItUUitD R, C. Peter 4t Co., Bee BMg.
STOP BUYING COAL.
Strictly modern eteam heated flat,
Davids Bull. ling, opposite Cllr Hill.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1C FARNAM 8T.
D 366 2
tsil WOOLWORTH AVK., room, mod
ern, $.$; IMS Capitol Ave., 7 rooms, mod
ern. K: 3 Webster. 7 rooma mid hath.
$18: 27' Davenport. 7 rooma, barn, 115;
243$ Emmet, 7 rooms and barn, $U. King
wait Broa.. Darker Blk. D M4I 4
- ROOM house. N. 24th. $14.00. Tel. 8M.
FIRST and aecond floor S-room flats, all
modern, alao neat t-room cottage. 124
Miami Bt. D 472
COTTAGE. 2505 Franklin Bt.
D 524 6
MAUOAKD Van & Storage Co.
FOR RENT Nine-mom houie; Just newly
papered and repaired; all modern excepi
furnace: fad Bt. and Ponpleton Ave., 118.
Two -room houses, 3oth and California Bta.,
all modern, city water ana aewer,
One 4-room houae, 2;th and Cuming Bta.,
rltv wtT 1111
C. M. RACHM ANN,
436-87 Paxton Block.
FOR RENT A fine located 6-ronm cot t age.
2526 B. Uh Bt., 12. Also a gnoq i-room
house, 1622 N. 22d St., 115. The Omaha
Realty Co., 1501 Douglas Bt.. upatalra.
1611 Howard Bt.. 12 rooma, In first-class
repair; new plumbing; two bath rooma.
otOKUL Au UJMrMii, nu rnim di.
FUH HKM-KlHMflltn ROOMS.
DEWEY European Hotel. 13tb and Farnam.
E 47 .
1 PER WEEK 422 Bo. 18th Bt.. one block
south or court nouse. a m
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge
P.OYAL HOTEL, European, Uth A Chicago
L. M. E, hauls trunks. Telephone 7S0.
I ROOMS for light housekeeping.. 1112 So.
llth St. tM.ii ,
CENTRAL, steamheated, furnished room.
220 N. 23d Bt. E 670
ELEGANTLY furnished rooms In new
modern h'.me; hot water heat; references.
ltl Webster. hr Miw J is
ELEGANT steam-heated rooms,
220 N. 17TH, NEAT steam heated rooma.
E 31 J 27
DESIRABLE rooms, walking distance. 2224
f arnam. . u, jujdi j j-
STEAM heat, nice s4xe; would unfurnlsh.
Zl IS. 23d Bt. UiMHI J3-
TWO rooms, single or together, furnished
or uniurnisnea. iu no. luin et.
LARGE front room, modern,
522 N. lth
E M4S8 4
NICE, warm room, suitable for one or two.
Jfcso Harney. e aiaai ir
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
tea South Gth avenu.
FURNISHED front or back parlor. 212 Bo.
25th Bt. . F 4K1
BOARD by day or week; meal ticket, 13.M,
21 meals; home cooking. m.t Burt.
MERRIAM, comfortable winter home. Tel 85
FOH HIS NT STORKS AND OFriCES.
FOR RENT Stora In first-class location
rent reasonable. Apply R. C Peters .
. Co., ground Moor, Bee Bldg.
CENTRAL, grocery, drug, meat market.
wiin nxiurea; aiao nne la unary, wita
eieioi beat ana power, iiiara, xju c. ion.
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pled by The Bee at Dls i arnam Bt. It has
tour stories ar.d a basement which waa
formerly used as The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably, if
Interested apply at office to C. C. Hose
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building,
. . 1 sttl
OFFICES In The Bee building. 110.00 per
month up. Rental price Includes heat
light and Janitor service. R. C. Peters
A. Co., Rental Agents, Ground Floor, Bee
FOR RENT Building suitable . for whole
sale purposes at Sib farnam. Z2xw. ioui
stories and first-class cemented basement,
elevator, tire and burglar proof vault.
office counter and fixtures. For price and
particulars Inquire C. C. Rosewater, secre
tary The Bee Building Co., room 100, Bee
building. I M067
ELEGANTLY modern, hot water heat,
suite of two rooms In new brick bunding,
ground floor; good location for business
cilices. Call at 11 Webster street.
1615 Howard St., desirable room with full
hAtment: InO.OO Der month.
IqeoKUK AND COMPANY, 1601 Farnam St.
I Msao 4
MUST sublet part of office; small room far
rent; north windows. Inquire 721 N. Y.
Life. I M48S
FOR RENT, large new business room, good
location; also office rooms. Box 673, VII
llsc a. la. 1-M480 6
WANTED Canvassing agents in every
county to solicit subscriptions to TUB
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Bteady employment, with assured good in
come. Agents in the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily too to $loo per month. Ad.
drees, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building. Omaha. 213
COMBINATION DIPPER Dosen articles
In one dipper, strainer, runnel, etc.:
sample and catalogue describing other
goods post paid 26c; agents wanted. Chick
Wtnshlp Co., 104 8. th st,. Kunsaa City,
Mo. j attss k-
OOOD specialty man for extracts, baking
powder, apicea, etc., in iseoraaxa. Give
reference, experiemw and salary wanted.
Address H ba. Bee. J bii 4
WANTED TO RENT.
A RESPONSIBLE business man will make
a two or three-year lease of well Lullt
attractive, seven or eight-room modern
house in good location. Address 8 67. Bee
omce. stating particulars, it Mala
FURNISHED room, private family, for
man and wife, and part care for child I
months old: steam heat preferred; refer
ences. Address 8 61. Bee. K M541 6"
WANTED, by two young men flrat-claaa
Doara ana room in aouin umana. aw
dress Box K. Bee office, South Omaha.
i ' . 1 ; i
WANTED TO. Bl V.
WANTED Five carloads of secondhand
furniture; higheat prices paid. Drop a
card or telspuone Til.
Joe Levlne. Su6 N
WANTED to buy or rent a house or flat
containing IS or 20 rooms. Address Dr.
Condon, 211 N. Y. Life. N-M5ul
FOR BALE PIRN ITl RE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel
2oio. New and secondhand, oougni, soia
FOH BALK HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
TRY MB on wagon repairing. Flrst-claas
work. H. r roat. 14in and Lavenworia.
FOR BALE MlSt ELLAKEOI S.
SECONDHAND billiard and pool tables
billiard tables rviaired; a large stock o
fheao bar W1 1 lures, rlaar counters, etc
The Brunsalck-Balke-Collemler Co.. 407-9
8. 10th. Q-M793 7
FENCE LATH for quick shipment. crib-
Ding, compinaiion laauerst. vi uugiss.
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to an
other musical instrument. 13 up. me
Wlllmann Co.. 1621 Farnam. Q 4u
FOR SALE OR TRADE White hearse
Ugden Lsverj barn. Council Bluffs.
Do You Read This Page?
So Does Everyone Else.
That's Why Your Ad On This Page Would
Increase Your Business.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
2DHAND safe cheap.
Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
TWO good double sleighs, $45 and $65; newly
paintea; KocKawaya, depot wagons.
Broughams. Drummond Carriage Co.,
lsth and Harney Sts. M71S 13
FOR 8ALE, first" mortgage note bearing
per cent interest, payable every six
months; has about 2H yearn to run; good
security and endorsed by responsible
party; amount, $1.I0. Inquire C. M.
Bachmann, Room 424, Paxton block.
ANYONE contemplating taking a business
or snort nand course can secure a lite
scholarship In one of Omaha'a leading
commercial colleges. For particulars ad
dress 8 47, Bee. Q M364
BELL Rlttera as side line on commission;
fine article, well advertised. 2oort Cuming.
NEW and 2dhand typewriters.
75 LADIES' and gents watches, 150 tlla-
momla left In pawn, good aa new, selling
at half price. Diamond Loan- Office, 1401
Douglas. Q M217 28
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1614 Cass street.
MME. QYLMER, genuine palmist, 315 8. 15.
MADAME LUCRETIA, medium. 1(109 Chi
cago street. S M3S4 3
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R. 2.
T M342 5
Miss Iverlng, massage baths, 601 N. 13th St.
T 3bl 5
GRACE O'BRYAN of Kentucky, 720 8. 13th.
T MS6S 17
MRS. DAVIS, 1621 Howard St., baths.
T 475 J 13
MME. SAUNDERS gives magnetic treat
ment. 1819 Leavenworth St. Flat 1..
DR. ROY. chiropodist: corns and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity. R. 12,
Frenxer block. U 411
VIAVI, Woman's Way to Health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. 346 Bee Bldg.,
umana. u 412
ORAMOPHONE3 and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Douglas.
DR. B. M. JACKSON, specialist In chronic
diseases. 1605 Farnam St, Consultation
iree. U 415
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. messengers.
. . U 416
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; naDies ooaraea ana adopted.
ran. uaraeis, iaxe. xci. .Ked-1XK4.
. U 117
ECZEMA SALVE that cured W. A. Paxton.
B. J. Bcanneil, agent, 509 Ware block.
ANT CASE of dandruff or falling of hair
cured for $1; 30 years' experience; thla
Is no fake, but absolute cure; If not cured
will refund money; can also give many
testimonials; ladles can call or address,
except Saturday, T. J. Clark, 2419 N. 2-1 th
Bt., Omaha. Neb. -. U M644
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
flnement; flrst-claas In every respect;
babies adopted. Dr. L. L. Miller. 2504
Blondo Bt. 'Phone "-ll82. . u M427
OMAHA DYE WORKS. 1515 Howard, faah
lonable cleaners, dresses, suits,- cloaks,
draperies, rugs, lace curtains; we .dye
carpets. u Mk'.'4 15
CHIROPODY, manicuring, facial and spe
cial massage lausm ana practiced. A.
Mayer. 612 Bee Bldg. Consultation free.
Tel. 1718. U M837
ELITE PARLORS, 615 8. 16th St., 2d floor.
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before and
during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Uerisx-h
3626 California St. Terms reasonable.
Mrs. Jocabson, 2206 N. 20th Bt. U 179 22
RUPTURE CURED without pain. Empire
Rupture co., is. x. una Buuaing, umana.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
-u PER CENT on business property.
5 per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any tima.
W. B. MKIKLE. 401 B. 15TH BT.
MONET to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-Love co., tun 0. inn.
WANTED city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. 11. c. petera co., 11M
Farnam Bt.. Bee Bldg. w 42.
4 TO I P. C. money.
Bemls, Paxton Blk.
farm and cltr loans, low rate W. H
Thomas, First Nat. Bank ttiag. lei. ima.
FIVE PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros.. 1604
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1H20 r arnam street.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglaa.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
Best explains our methods
We loan on furniture, planoa, warehouse
reeclpts, etc. Or 11 you nave a permanent
position we can make you a
Without security, except your own agree
ment to repay. Our service la quick ana
confidential and we always try to please.
All we ask la that you give us a call be
fore you borrow eisewnere.
OMAHA HUK1UAUG IAJA.H tu.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg Tel. 2236.
(Established 1192.) 3v8 8. 16th Bt.
FOR SALARY LOAN8.
Every man or woman In Omaha, South
Omaha, and Council Bluffs getting a
salary call and get our money on your
plain note, without publicity, mortgage
TRY U8 ON
Goods remain In your possession; you get
the full amount of loan without deduc
tion. Our system of payments the easiest.
Our rates are easily the lowest. We aim
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
Oet Off Elevator at Third Floor.
Room 80. PAXTON BLOCK. Room 801
SALARY and CHATTEL
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.
633 Paxton Block, 16th and Farnam Bta.
MONEY lo.ned on pianos, furniture Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc C r umu, ui d. u,
MONEY TO LOAN "H ATT ELS.
' THE STAR LOAN COMPANY,
Room M. Paxton block. I'hi.ne F2294
This company is the private bink of Hie
wage-earner and salaried employe. If
you have a permanent position aa clerk,
bookkeeper, salesman, machinist or arti
san of any klim, you can obtain on yuur
note, without security or Indorser;
Monthly. Monthly. Weekly.
$loo return to us.... 126. an ' 113.3. I66"
$ o return to us.... 13. S3 ." 3
a return to us.., 6 S 1-W
I 15 return to us.... 4.00 2.00 l.oj
Our oflices are private and our business
confidential. From 9 a." ni. to 7 p. m.
WE IxlAN money on furniture, pianos and
diamonds. Low rates. Any lencth of time.
Private. OMAHA CHATTEL IlAN
BANK, 1404 Farnam, upstairs. Tel. A-211S.
LARGEST BUSINESS ' JN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, tcam
Mern, boarding nouses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices In prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business contiuenliai; lowest rales.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
Jewelry, to salaried people, r'nicy loan
Co., Sue. to Djff dreen, 8 Barker block.
Write us regarding Investments that will
net you from 10 to 18 per cent and abso
lutely, safe. Western- Realty and Invest
ment Co., Fremont, Neb. Y &oi J13
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, McCague building. -
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quick see J. 11.
Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life. Y 435
FOR BALE Complete stock of secondhand
furniture; doing a good business; line lo
cation; store 'can be leased or stock can
be removed; thie can be bought at a bar
gain; reason lor selling Is bad health.
Address, P 49. Bee. Y M5S6
GOOD location for a bank; brick building,
tine fixtures, safea and time lock for
Address, P 69. Bee. Y-M691 II
IF YOU want to get In or out of business
or buy or sen property communicate wiin
Northwestern Clearing Co., N. Y. Life
Bldg. Y 136
ISO WILL buy a two-chair barber shop.
establiKhed business; rent 48 per monm,
living rooms. 2u2t Cuming
darvey oil stock, safe as government
bonds; pays 1 per cent dividends monthly
through this office from sale of oil; in
vestigate. M. J. Greevy; reliable broker,
414 Bee bldg. 'Phone L2330, Y M506 6
ORIENTAL RUG CLEANING CO.. 1913
If.vrnwirrth. cleans rugs, lace curtains
blanket etc.: cleans and dyes ladies' and
gents' wearing apparel; every article
sterilised. Tel. 2285. ' ' Y-M498 10
1 CAN SELL YOUR BUSINESS.
No matter where It ler'eend description
and cash price and learn how. ' i have
or can find the business you want to buy.
Tell me yonr requirements.- W. M. O
trander, Home Office!, Surte 1443 North
American Bldg.. Philadelphia. Offices 11
fourteen cities '.C?'-- : . x
' 1 1 -J LLi! 2
WANTED, party with from $2,000 to $5,000
to accept permanent ""Position; business
manufacturing. U M. X?., 'South Sioux
City, Neb. . . ..Y-M532 8
FOR TRADE for property In south or
went, large stock genoral merchandise;
January 1 Invoice oompletsd shows $ll,M7,
without flxtnres; bills payable .1,W0k these
must be paid by purchaser, but owner
will take land or desirable .city property
for entire equity; thin alock will suit you
if you can handle it. . Also have large
hotel, and summer resort, together with
fifteen cottages, ail furnished, near St.
Paul, no Incumbrance, price $17,600, to
trade for property south c west. Also
have 800-acre Improved farm North l.'a
kota, cash value $s,0j0, mortgage $2.5oO;
long time: owner will trade for property
south or west; says too cold for him up
here. Address Louis Wilde, Dally News
Building, St. Paul, Minn. Y M531 4
100 LOTS given away tot advertise Wild
wood Lake, suburb New York; send
stamp for deed 25 feet. Beaslde Co., 187
Broadway, N. Y. Y-M527 $
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
CHARLES E., 1203
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and form lands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 652, Bee Bldg.. RE 438
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllester, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
... RE 439
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
li you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
the farmers and stock raisers about It.
The best way to reach them Is through
Thta agricultural 'weekly goes to 40,000
homes of farmers and stock raisers, 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 bf an. advertisement
la small 2 cents per word.
THb TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
FOR SALE, good Improved farm of 200
acres, near Calhoun, Neb. ' Address John
Hlndrlcksen, Calhoun, Neb. Klu M542 5
without pain no cutting, tying or burning.
All blood, kidney and bladder diseases
cured: a guarantee given in every case
treated by W. C. Maxwell, M ., 524
Bee Bidg., Omaha, tint)., graduate of
Bellevue Hospital Medical college. New
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and irregularities of women, from any
cause. Experienced and reliable. 1613
Dodge street, Arlington block, Omaha,
Neb. Tel. 3233. . 8V 19
MARRIED ladies suffering from Irregu
larities, send 4c to Dr. Parker. Station A,
New York, for "Parker's Periodical Plus,
aa unfailing specific.
ON 40TH street, bet. Cuming and Hamil
ton streets, purse containing ll. Return
to 4169 Cuming street. Reward.
LOBT. a large black short tall Angora cat.
gentle and answers to name "Stubble."
Reward if returned to Dr. 8. F. Owen,
2111 Emmet St. Lost M538
LOST, red and white part Jersey opw. Re
ward for return to 1316 N. 42d St.
NEBR. Btova Repair Co.. la Leav'nw'tn.
Tel. 2fH. M4S6 J31
Til IX). L1EJ3EN, 1018 Farnam, eostumea.
H. J. OOWGILI. No fees unless success,
ful. 318 8. Uth St., Omaha. Tel. 17DH.
LUNDBURG, 115 8. 17th.
St CO., 2121 Leavenworth Tel.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, Ic; collars,
2c, cuffs, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. A-i,3.
CAPT. THOS. CORM1CK, private detect
ive. 617 Karbach block. Telephone A-2H32.
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING.
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Repairing promptly done; aallfactlon
guuranteed. N. P. Frandsen, 7o4 N. 16th
St. M345 6
PHONOGRAPHS AND SI PPLIES.
ALL MAKES talking machines; Send for
catalogue. Omaha Bicycle Co., 16ih and
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attenaed to. J. T. Ocmltree,
20th and Lake streets. 3i0
OM. Van Stor. Co., 1511H Farn. Tels. 1559-863.
EXPRESSMAN 8 Del. Co. Tels.
HATS dyed and "blocked,
Hamper st Kerr, 207 N. lith.
Bend hats by
SEEDS AND POILTRY SUPPLIES.
E. H. ULLERY &
CO., 16U Howard St.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 8U North 16th.
COAL AND FEED.
J B. HEATH. 2309 Cuming St. Tel.' B-2X69.
FI R DRESSING.
O R. GILBERT CO., tanners.
1424 8. 13th.
HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING.
ADROIT Hair Basaar. 1620 Douglas St.
THREE LOAVES home made bread for 10c
at Boston Bakery, 420 North 16th street.
it i 1
ELEC. automobiles. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices. 621
in. ibin. lei. 401
l.nnn OfTlA Mtl.KI. ay.nm
Ing, all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
CANDY AND CIGARS.
ALSO nchool supplies and laundry office.
sr, I., uairn, i-v in. Zltn est.
M 645 12
MRS. H. FILLET, 1310 N. 24th Bt.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbin, 15U6 Farnam. 'Phone T84.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
EGOS. 20C PER DOZ.
T. E. Batterton, grocers. 824 N. 18th 81.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2536.
WHY pay more? Lambert, $26; superior to
$100 machines. Sent on approval. Monroe
1.-0., su is. mm Bt., Omaha. -458
S FACIAL massages.
$1.00. 1711 Dodge.
SHIRTS TO ORDER.
OMAHA BHIRT FACTORY, 1916 Farnam.
Dr. Grace Deegan, 638 Bee Bldg. Tel. 2968
GID. E. 4k ALICE JOHX8ON, osteopaths.
-uue 01a, ,-m. i, ,ire ttlQf. Tel. 1U64
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.
Q. R. Rathbun, Room 15, Com'l Nat. bank
BCHROEDER Sign Works, 209 8. 17th. We
also ship signs. Write us. 376 June5
FAMILY washing a specialty. 1318 N. 24th
Bl. Tel. F-1373. G. W. Sampson.
' M535 9
8HOE8 made for lame folks.
6o5 N. loth.
J. T. Miller,
ROB. WIKLUND, union shoe shop. 17th
and iv.ug M 10O .1 m
THOS. J. KELLY, voice.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
EGGS. 20C PER DOZEN.
at E. Batlerton, grocers. 34 N. Hlh st.
1 -um r
P. MELCHOIR, 13th and
OM AHA Pafe and Iron Wks. make a spe
cialty of flra escapee, shutters, doors and
safea. G. Andreen, Prop., Iti2 8. l'th 8t.
CABINET making, 115 8. 17th. Tel. T23.-
TIN, COPPER ANI SHEET IRON-AM
work promptlv done; satisfaction guaran
teed. A. Monroe, ltr7 Davenport St.
Phone 2011. M344-5
NORTH .n AXD TYPEW niTIX.
OREOO 8. H., Touch T. W., Bus. Branches,
.Teleg. Cat. free. Dm. Com. Col., 17 st Doug.
A. C. Van SANT'S school,
717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal,
N. Y. Life. 443
NFR. Ruslncss A Shorthand College, Boyd's
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
ST1LLMAN ft PRICE, 23 U. 8. N I Bk. Bldg.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. T.
Life Bldg., attorneys and collectors every
NEB. COLLECTION CO., 305 N. Y. Life.
ATTEND Morand's school or Wed. asrem
bllee and learn the latest waits fad of the
eastern cities, the most graceful waits
ever Introduced. Classes for beginners
now forming. Adults, Tuesday and Fri
day; children, Saturday afternoon. Pri
vate lessons. Phono he. .1476
THINKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP.
'Phone 1717. 606 8. 16th.
THE DEPOT on Ume,
L M. E. Tel. 780.
FOR RENT BARNS.
WARM, large barn,
$3 per month. 2019
CONTRACTORS AND Bt'lLDERS.
A. J. Plerson, 20t h and Burt. Tel. I-28."6.
J. E. WALIACE, 605 8. 13th St.
Office of Lee-Glass-Andreesen Hnrdware
. ties Is hereby given to the stockholders of
the Lee-Ulass-Amlreesen Hardware com-
pany that the annual meeting of the stock- I
hnlrf.r. . . f m..'.nnu 111 Ka V. .. I . I .. . . V. n j
offices of the sold company, corner of Ninth
and Harney iirwta, in the city of umana,
In the state of Nebraska, on Tuesday, Jan
uary u. a. u. isi':j, at 3 o clock p. m., for
the purpobe of electing a board of direct
ors for the compsny to serve during the
ensuing yea', and to transact such other
buslnebS as may be presented at such meet
ing. II. J. LEE. President.
w. M. llLABa, Becretarj.
(Should be read DAILY bv all Interested.
as changes may occur at any time.)
f oreign mans tor tne week ending Janu
ary 3. 19o3, will close (PROMPTLY In all
cases) at the general pustotilce as follows:
Parcels post mans close one hour earlier
than closing time shown below.
Regular and supplementary malls close
at foreign station half hour later than clos
ing time shown below (except that supple
mentary mans tor Europe ana central
America via Colon close one hour later at
SATURDAY At 4:30 a. m. for IRELAND,
per s. s. Baxonia, via vjueenstown (mall
for other parts of Europe must be di
rected '"per s..B. Baxonia' ); at 6:30 a. m.
for EUROPE, per s. s. Kroonland, via
Kouthampton; it 9:30 a. m. for SCOT
LAND direct, per s. s, Anchoria (mall
must be directed "per s. a. Anchoria").
PRINTED MATTER, ETC.-Thle steamer
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany only. The same
class of mall matter for other parts of
Europe will not be sent by this ship un
less specially directed by it.
After, the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic mans named above, addi
tional supplementary mulls are opened cm
the piers of the American, English, French
and German steamers, and remuin open
until within ten minutes of the hour of
Bailing 01 steamer.
Malta (or Soath and Central America,
West Indies, Etc.
SATURDAY At 4 a. m. for PERNAM
JHUCO, saw Tub and BAO PAULO, per
a. s.- Bellsgglo (mall for other parts of
crasu must oe oireciea per s. s. tiel
aggio - ; at s a. m. for BERMUDA, per
s. s. Trinidad; at 9 a. m. for PORTO
RICO, per s. s. Ponce; at 9 a. m. (supple
mentary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per a. s. Zulla (mall for
Savanllla and Cartagena must be directed
"per s. s. Zulla"); at 9:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE IB
LAND, JAMAICA. 8AVANILLA, CART
AGENA and GREYTOWN, per s. s. Va
lencia (mall for Costa Rica must be di
rected "per a. s. Valencia"), at 10 a. m.
for CUBA, per a. s. Mexico, via Havana;
at 10 a. m. for HAITI, per a. s. Prins
Wm. Ill (mall for Curacao, Venezuela,
Trinidad, British and Dutch Guiana must
be directed "per s. a. Prlna Wm. HI"); at
10 a. m. for GRENADA and TRINIDAD,
ger s. s. Maraval; at 11:30 p. m. for
AHAMAB, per steamer from Miami, Fla.
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally at 4:30 p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday). Malls for Mlquelon, by rail to
Boston, and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally at 6:30 p. m. Mails for
Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and
thence by steamer, cloae at this office
dally, except Thursday, at a. m.
(the connecting closes are made on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays). Malls
for Mexico City, overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch by steamer, close
at thla office dally except Sunday at l:Z9
p. m. ana n:w p. m., Sundays at 1 p. m.
and 11:30 p. m. Malls for Costa Rica,
Belize, Puerto Cortes and letter mall for
Guatemala, by rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, close at thla office
dally, except Sunday, at I SO p. m. and
11:30 p. m., Buuduys at 1 p. m. and
11:30 p. m. (connecting closet here Mon
days at 11:S0 p. m. for Belize, Puerto
Cortes and letter mall for Guatemala, and
Tuesdays at 11:30 p. m. for Costa Rica).
iteglstsred mall closes at i p. u. pre
Malls for Hawaii. China. Japan and Fhllln
pine isianos. via Ban rancisco, close here
dally at t:JV p. m. up 10 December "29,
inclusive, for dispatch oer s. s. Coptic.
Malls for China and Japan, via Tacoma,
Moss here oany at 6:30 p. 111. up to Janu
ary ?, Inclusive, for, dispatch per a. s
Mails for Australia (except West Aus-
trails, wnicn is torwarded via Europe),
XI.., 7..l.n.l EMif W . ..... u nA U....,ll
via San Francisco close here dally at 6:30
p. m. after December 13 and up to Janu-
" J -, .... . . . - .
Sonoma. (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 6:80 a. m.
9:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. pa.; Sundays at 4:30
a. m.. 9 a. m. and 6:3u p. m. will be mads
up and forwarded until the arrlvoj of the
Malls fog Australia (except West Australia
which goes via turoue. and tsew Zealand
which goes via Ban Francisco) and Fiji
Islands (mull must be specially addressed),
via Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, close
here dally at 6:o p. m. up to January 3,
Inclusive, for dlsuatch ber a. s. Moana.
Malls for Hawaii. Japan, China and Philip
pine Islands via Ban Francisco, close here
dallv at 6:30 d. m. ud to January 6. in
clusive, fur dispatch per a. a. America
Malls for Tahiti and Marquosas Islands, via
Ban Francisco, close here dally at 4:30
p. m. up to January 6, inclusive, for dls
uatch per a s. Mariposa.
Mails fur China and Japan, via Seattle,
close here dliy at :30 p. in. up to Janu
ary 7, inclusive, for dispatch per s. s.
Malls fur Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close
here dally at 6: SO p. m. up to January "l;.
Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Alamedx.
Malls for China and Japan via Vancouver
and Victoria, R C, close bore dally at
6:;W p. m. up to January 3, Inclusive,
for dispatch per c. s. Empress of Japan.
Merchandise for U. 8. postal agency at
Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Canada.
Malls foi the Philippine Islands, via San
Kranclsco. close here dally at : p. m.
tip to January 21. Inclusive, for dispatch
per U. S. transport.
Transpacific malls are forwsrdel o port
of sailing dally and the schedule of clos.
ing is arranged on th presumption ' of
their uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mall closes at p. m. pre
vious day, , .
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmsster
Postofflce, New York, N. T., Dec. 26, 1902.
I A1LWAY TIME CARD.
BURLINGTON STATIOlr IOTH Tt MASON
narllaa-toB A Mlssewrl RlTer.
Wvmore. Beatrice nd
Lincoln a 8:40 am
a 1:46 I
Nebraska Exprest, a 1:40 ar
Denver Umited a 4:26 pm
a 6:4 am
Black Hills and Puget
Sound Express all:10 pm a $ JO pro
Flyer M0 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:61 pm a 1:17 am
Fort Crook and Flatts- ,
mouth . J:20 pm bllrani .
Bellevue A Pacific Jet. .a 7:60 pm a. 1:27 am
Bellevus A Pacific Jet. .a 1:00 am
Kansas City, St. Joseph Coaaelt
Kansas City Day Ex. ..a 45 am a 6:06 pm
Bt. lxuls Flyer a 6:10 pm all. -06 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:30 pm a 4:15 am
Chlraco, llnrllogton Qnlaoy.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a l:!m
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. .a 4 00 pm a 7:80 am
Chicago iicai a .11 sm aii:eu pm
Chicago Limited a 8:06 pm a 7:30 am
a 2:46 pm
IMON STATION IOTH AND MARCY.
..a 9:40 am
a 7:50 pm
The Fast Mall
California Kxnreas a 4:20 pm
Paclflo Lxprens all:0 pm
Eaatern Express , a 6:30 pm
The Atlantic Express... a 7:30 am
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am a 1:40 am,
Chicago Special ;40 am
Lincoln Beatrice and .
Btrotnsburg Kvrcss..b 4:00 pm bl2:50 pm
North Platte Local a 8:00 am a 5:15 pra
Grand Island Loca, b 6:30 pm b 1:36 pm
Chicago, Rock l1iH A Paclge.
Chicago Daylight Lfd .a 8:00 am 6:45 am
Chicago Davllght Local. a 7:00 am 9: pm
Chl-ago Express bll:l5 am a 6:06 pm
Des Moines Expres....a 4:30 pm bll:50am
Chlcaga Fast Express. ..a 6:36 pra a 1:28 pre
Rocky Mountain L't d..a 6:50 pra a 4.55 am
Lincoln. Colo. Springs. ... .. .
Denver. Pueblo and
West 1:90 Pl pm
Colo.. Texas. Cal. and s.
Oklahoma Flyer a 6:20 pm alJ:40 pm
i hlrsso A Northwestern.
The Northwestern Line."
.a 3:40 am a 7:00 ara
..a 8:00 pm a 8:80 am
..a 6:10 am a 2:50 pm
..a 7.35 am a!0:25 pm
..a 8:00 am all 20 pm
..al0:55 am a 6:10 pm
..a 4:00 pm a 9:50 am
..a 6:60 pm a 4:05 pm
..a 7:55 pm a 8:15 am
Local biojx cny.
Daylight St. Paul.
Local Carroll ,
Fast St. Paul
Local Sioux City
. 8:10 pm
a 9:20 sm
a 2:40 pm
o 9:60 am
,'b 4:00 pm
Bt. Louis "Cannon Ball"
Express a 8:66 pm a 1:20 am
at i.iula T.ncal. Coun
cil BluHS a w.iu am aiv.su pm
Chicago Express a 7:20 am 6:10 pm
Bt Paul ijimnea i.ov pm s.vw ara
Minneapolis & SU Pau!
Express b 1:20 am bl0:3S pm
Chicago Express . - al0;35 pm
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. PaaL
Chicago Omah Ex..b 7:40 am b 8:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex ft :00 pm ft 7:60 am
St. LouU Express , a 10:00 am . a 6:28 pm
K. C and bL cux sav:au uiu m v.u wm
WEBSTER DEPOT' IOTH A WEBSTER
Preinoit. ElkhoraV .
Vallei. , . .
Leave, 1 Arrive.
Black Hills. Deadwood.' ',,'
Lead, Hot Springs ft 8:00 pra ft 1:00 pm .
Wyoming, Casper and .
Douglas ' d 1:00 pm' e 1:00 pm
Hasting. York. lavid : . .
City. Superior. Geneva,
Exeter and Seward. ...b 1:00 pm b t:00 pm
Bonestee'., Lincoln. Nlo-
brara and Fimonii..b 7:80 am bill .28 am
Fremont Local 0 7:30 am
Chicago. St. Paal, Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger... :S0 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passengei,..a 2:00 pm all:30 am '
Oakland Local b 6:46 pm b 8:46 am
Nebraska Local, VI.
Wesplng Water b 4:10 pm alO:2S am
a Daily. o Dolly except Sunday. d
Dally except Saturday. e Dally except
Monday, o Sunday only.
Resumption of trips by the marmnoU
tiopular ttvln-screw steamers Comnic;i-
W&UJlii ana e v. cnau-,lu v ... .
raneai'. from Boston, direct to Gibraltar,
Algiers, .Genoa, Naples and Alexandria.
"Iew Hingis no " i. "-
Commonwealth".. Jan. 8, Feb. 14, March 38
To Azores, Naples ana uenoa.
'Vancouver'' Jan. 10. Feb. CI
r-.imbroman" Jan. 81. March 14
Proceeds through to Alexandria on the
January and February voyagea.
Alao sailings Boston to Liverpool; rorv
ir,rf Me 10 l.lvernool. For rates, book
let. etc.. apply to Local Agent or COM
PAN 1 a o. F1CE. 69 Dearborn St., Chloago.
A FORMALITY OVERLOOKED.
Pathos of the Parting; Provokes nn
Embarrassing; Cssssdrssi, .
He bad come, se she bad told him to.
with all the letters she had erer written-
to blra, and he had placed them on the
table before her, reports the Detroit Free
She had his letters put up In ft neat
bundle and tied with a blue ribbon. . There
was the engagement ring, too. It pained
her excessively to band that back to him.
for it was ft beautiful one. The stone was
a flawless gem. All the girls had admired
It, and many had envied her possession of
It. But of course she could not keep It
since she was hot to be his wife. Some
girls might keep engagement rings after
they had brokon with the giver, but Ireno
McOUlicuddy was not one of them. She
gave It back.
There wore somo other tnnes, too ft row
odd trinkets that he had given her from
time to time since they bad plighted their
troth. They were made Into ft neat little
package. The diamond ring occupied
little box by itself, as befHtsd It splendid
significance. Mechanically be put the ar.
tides Into bis pocket, and then rose to
take bit leave.
"Good evening and goodbye. Miss MeQll
licuddy," he said. 1
He spoke In ft shaky, moist voice.
"Goodbye, Mr. Thornton," said she.
Her voice was molster and more' sbaky.
Then be ought to have gone, but be did
not. He stood a moment, and then said:
"So this is the end?"
She could not trust ber voice.
"The end of all our sweet dreams of bap
piness that we have dreamed la the last
"The end," assented she.
He put hla band on tba doorknob and
She gave ft little choking cough. ,
"Mr. Thornton George," she said.
"Haven't you forgotten something?"
He surveyed the table. He had gatbsreS
everything up, , 1 .
"What have I forgotten?" be asked.
"Arent you aren't you going 'p kiss
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