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THE OMAHA DAILY NEE. MONDAY, MAY 4, 1003.
will be Uki III 12 m. for
creates; edtttosi and watll UNO 9. sb.
for ntralii ad ldar edltlen.
tea, 1 l-2e a word Irit lasertfos,
la a worl thereafter, hotels takes
far leee than nr. for tha flrst laser
tlaa. Tlfit advcrtlaesseBts asast aa
Advertisers, reaaeatlasi a am
Cere (Ink, east save aaswers ad
dressed ta aanabered letter la ear
f Tha B. Aaawara aa addressed will
delivered aa frntauilca Uta
WANTED, iltinton by young lflV a
bookkeeper; several yearn' experience;
references. Address t 1, Dee.
A M362 4x
A high grade school of business, shorthand,
touch typewriting and English branches.
DAY AM) EVENING.
Call, writ or 'phone tor prospectus.
H. B. HOYLEH, President,
Is1. Y. Lit iildg., Omaha, Neb.
MEN to learn barber trade: free railroad
far upon our failure taconvlnce you of
this being the BEST and only reliable.
most practical barber college In tha
United mates. Write for catalogue today.
Western Barbers' Institute. Omaha, Neb.
AMERICAN Barber college, corner 12th
and Douglas Bts. Our Illustrated catalogue
largest published. Free. Write. B IPs
TOUNG MEN to prepare for government
positions; good salaries. Box 670, Cclar
Kaplds, la. B Mlw 11'
DIME Pantallorlum Pressing Co. Fajits
pressed, 10c; suits, 30c. We call and de
liver, lit 80. 16th. upstairs. Tel. 223.
B M291 13
FIRST-CLASS messengers wanted; good
alary. A. D. T. Co., 211 Bo. 13th St.
WANTED, men everywhere, good pay, to
distribute circulars, advertising mutter,
tack signs, etc.; no canvassing. National
Advertising Bureau, Chicago.
WiNTED. tnanaaer collection department
for one of Omaha's largest Jobbers. Write
giving reference, age ana experience.
Address D 4. Bee. B -413
WANTED, a hustling salesman who has
made a success In some line; no failures
need apply. Smith Premier Typewriter
Co. B Mm 1
WANTED, privilege men for twenty weeks;
niwnlni at Hutlnii Neb. May 4-9. K.
' P. blc fair. Prlveleges for aale. Ad
dress quick, Capt B. Collins. Hastings,
Neb. B M412 4
WANTED Old man to milk cow, attend
lawn and do chores about the house;
wages $13 a month. Call at the residence
of Mrs. D. L. Holmes, 2613 E street.
South Omalu. B 437 a
WANTED, at once, sheep shearers; hand
work. T. H. Miller, Jr., Crete, Neb.
WANTED, men to learn barber trade.
Bh4 tfe renulrid bv our method Prac- I
Cnmnaratlvelv no exnense. Tools, Dos I
tlona and diplomas given. Catalogue with
dally letters showing demand for barbers
mailed free. Moler Barber College, 1302
Douglaa St. B M434 8
WANTED, for VS. 8. army, able-bodied un-
married men between agea of 21 and 36:
cltlsens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
aneak. read and write English. For Infor
mation apply to Recruiting Officer, 16th
and Dodge Sts.. Omaha, and Montgomery
building, unooin, rueo. "
WANTED, two salesmen, salary or com
mission. C. F. Adams Co., 1619 Howard St.
SALESMEN for Lambert Typewriters, $20.
Nona better. Monroe & Co., 811 N. ICth.
1 , . I
WANTED, a hustling salesman who has
made a success in some line; no failures
need apply. Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
109 Girls Call Canadian office, 16th A Dodge.
' v. m
WANTED rirl for general housework. 182
California street. Call after 1 p. m.
WANTED, girl for general housework. 1060
I Georgia Ave. C 706
wanted, a rood cook. 1130 Park Ave.
. C-238 4
WOMAN as second cook, $18 per month;
$11 per month; dining room girl, $15 per
montn; la unary woman, ju per monm.
Address u. bock, mccook, xncd.
C M408 I
WANTED Ladles to learn halrdreaslng.
manleurlng or facial massage; see the ad
vantages we offer; positions given; four
weeks completes, call or write today.
Moler college, uuz uougias at.
C M402 8
WANTED, a good girl for general house-
" work. Apply w -ass il u m
WANTED, a first-class cook for general
housework. Apply to Mrs. J. M. Metcalt
at I 'a 1 ton hotel. C 975 1
WANTED, six solicitors; three ladies,
three gentlemen. Must be bustlers, to
travel. Call at Revere hotel, Council
Bluff a. Ask for Mr. Tracy. M238 T
DEPUTIES, men or women; splendid con
tract. The Gardeners. v Bee building.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
TWO 9-room flats, all modern; walking
distance, 2u26-2k Capitol Ave.; $22 and $J
per month, inquire it. c i'eturs & Co.,
grouna nuor, uee uiag. L) 114
VANS and baggage wagons.
linilF1" '1 P"rU ot c'ty- The O.
IIUUOCj F. Davis Co., 60S-Bee BlOg.
HOUSES 85 upward.
Bemls, Paxton Blk.
FOR RENT. 9-room house, all modern, ex
cept furnace. n in. sum Bt., fciv.uo. C. M.
Bachmann, v-i raxton bik. D 34
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; office 1611V Farnam, or Tels. lnis-vy.
llvJUOCOc. Peters & Co.. Bee Bldg.
G. Wallace, Brown Rlock.
- JJ 119
Rlngwalt Barker Blk.
ONE of those fine, all modern. 7-room brick
nniiiii, zatn ana isara bts., $30.00. o. E.
1 uxklnglon, 6o Una, . D M224
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van A Stor
age Co. Tel. 1414. Office. 1713 Webster St.
SVIR RKVT K-rnom hnuia Vamam at
modern except furnace; newly repaired"
complete, imiuire at avr jm. i. uie Bmg.
" l 400
(-ROOM house, city water.
3116 Burt St
ELEGANT modern (-room brick- Keys
Y.l Capitol avenue, adjoining. Dr.
BwartxUtndtr. D M241 7'
FOR RENT. W-room modern residence, east
front and large lot. 10 UeorisU Ave., $b5.
Strictly inudrio steam healed fl-t In I
Davldge bldg., opponlte rlty hall, $&.
(-room cottage. le Ixard Sr. $17.
10-riKim hoaae. 1912 Pierce St.. lis.
JOHN W. BOBBINS. Isu3 FARNAM ST.
1704 FARNAM ST., 10-room modern brick
(sssUliig. . . ia. slogsra, 2i Farnam St
FOR RrNT HOUSES.
Fori RKNT, modern house, 10 roomi, nt
Hanscnm park, nice lawn and shade, first
class In every respect. GARVIN PROS.,
1"4 Farnam St. D 972
FOR RKNT. May 1, S-room brick, mortem.
Inquire 320 N. 2ta t. D MSW8
FOUR-KOOM cottar, gas. city water, $10
per month. 219 N. 28th Bt. D MS6
PAYNK-ROSTWICK CO. Choir hous-.i.
6ol-6o3 New York Life Bldg. 'Phone 1"16.
CENTRAL modern 8-room flat.
230 N SM
FOR RENT 7-room modern cottage. F. D.
Brown. Tel. B2424. D 268 4
I modern 6-roorn dwelling. Including fur
nace, corner 35th and Davenport streets.
nr. t . I wo.,.. ,
wymAnI shriver co., n. Y. L. bldg.
FOR RKNT. . modern eight-room house.
good condition. 2625 Decatur St.
FINK ten-room house, newly papered, close
111, oniy z. uannett, tn Brown worn.-
FOR RENT, first-class 10-room, all modern
house, steam neat, corner 20th ami Cali
fornia St.; will be put In first-class condi
tion. Inquire at 1917 Cass Ft. D M443 6
SIX-ROOM modern flat.
1112 S. 11th St.
FOR RENT, the elegant 18-room house at
in. 27th ave. ; complete and modem In
every appointment; suitable for large
family or rooming house. Inquire R. C.
Peters A Co., ground . .oor, Bee Building.
FOR RENT, near High school.
2',43 Capitol Ave., 10-room modern, $40.
21 Capitol Ave., -room, modern, $26.
Tel. 673. B. 11. Roblaon, 2o4 Capitol Ave.
FOR RMT-nitMJHED ROOMS.
DEWET European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th & Dodg-e.
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th & Chicago.
L, M. E. hauls trunks.
$1.00 TO $2.00 per week. 421 8. 18th St., one
Diocjt south of court house. E 127
DOUBLE parlor, south front; references.
rnone is 12s
TWO nicely furnished rooms. 562 S. Wth
Ave. E 173 Mio
CENTRAL, modern, two or three furnished
rooms, an M. -ua. E M283 M13
modern rooms. 1617
E M297 M14
NEATLY furnished rooms by the day or
weea; pncea reasonable. 72 Laven
worth St. E M704
THE FARNAM, 19th and Farnam. E 941
ROOM, modern. 2680 Harney. Tel. L-26C6.
E M222 6x
NICE large front room, modern, bath, In
unesi location, mu cnicago su
E M255 4
NEW furniture, modern. 1915 Famam.
E M253 6
ROOMS, $1.50 to $3 per week; board, $3.
E M252 Jl
NEWLY furnished, clean rooms: nice cool
place; if you want these rooms come
OOn. 811 B. 20tn. E M466
FURNISHED rooms for rent; modern
house; one or two gentlemen; private
family. 1323 S. Z7tn. E M438 5
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
NICE rooms, steam heat, with or without
board; low rates, xaibiona Hotel, lbtn ana
1816 DODGE, front parlor and other rooms.
Telephone A-zaw. xyiia
ROOM and good board. (26 8. 19th.
1616 Farnam, one large front oarlor. suit-
. aDie ror man ana wue or two gentlemen;
exceueni vuaru; lucauon beat in umana.
i-none A-2itu. F 688
NICE rooms, good board. 416 N. 26th St.
. , F 131
ROOM and board; flrat-clasa. 212 B. 26th
street. F 232
NICELY furnished rooms, with or without
board; day board, or meal tickets rea
sonable. Midland hotel, 16th and Chicago
tim. . t M1ZO
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
TWO or three fins unfurnished rooms. 220
N. 13d street. G 629
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms. Withnell
building. utn ana Harney, bee Janitor.
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu-
?ied by 1 be Bee at i r amam Bt 11 naa
our stories and a basement which was
formerly used as The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at office of C. C. Rose-
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
FOR RENT, building suitable for whole-
1 - .. . ai2 t.- . . nft. -
atones and nrst-class cemented basement,
elevator. Are and burglar proof vault.
office counter and fixtures. For price and
particulars inquire C. C. Rosewater, sec
retary the Bee Building Co., room low. Bee
building. 1 Mo67
OFFICES In The Bee building. $10.00 per
montn up; remai price inciuo.es neat,
light and Janitor service. It C. Peters A
Co., ground floor, Bee Bldg.. 1264
STORE-ROOM FOR REN1.
1615 Howard St.. best, of .repair, good base.
UEOKUB CO., 1601 FARNAM 8T.
FOR RENT Office space, street floor. Far-
pam street. 1614 rarnam st. 1276 4
WANTED, canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment with assured good In
come. Agents in the country with horse
and buggy especially desired.. Canvassers
make easily $ou to $100 per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, umana, J zi
WANTED, oil agents In every county; re-
iihuic, riirrgruu men iq men oil cumuli
sion, specially to the farmers and thresh'
era, our line of high-grade lubricating
oils, greases, also roof, bam and house
paints. Apply at once. Address The
Woodland Oil and Grease Co., Cleveland,
'nio. J ZsX
WANTED TO RENT.
1 iNt-f.D cottages and small houses to sup
ply demand. List them with me. G. E.
Turkliiglon, (06 Bee.
WANTED, to rent, a Strictly modern nine.
room noaae. with barn, in the West Far
nam or tiunacom pars, district, by a first-
class tenant, without any children, who
wm pay up io w a montn rent, c s6, Bee.
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED A quantity of first-class aod at
1 ronptci tun lemetery, 32J and Parker
E"s N M3 4
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodce. Tel.
WM. New and second-hand bought, sold.
excuangco. t is;
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
. - .
HORSE AUCTION at Union Stock Tarda
horse market every vi euneauay afternoon.
75 DELIVERY wagons, buggies, carriages,
any lxe or any price to suit H. Frost,
mn ana u-nTuwurin. rm
CARRIAGE painting, repairing. Case St.
Carriage) Worln. Wood A An.lersi.n.
caas st 1 r-MMl 21
Would you rather have the money
THAN SOME OF YOUR UNUSED HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
A WANT AD IN THE BEE WILL SELL ANY OLD THING.
FOR SALE HORSES, WAtiOXS, KTC.
AUCTION sale of homes every Tuesday,
Thursday, at John b. Cooper's, I'nlun
Stock Yards, louth Omaha, Neh.
I HAVE several No. 1
rlages I will sell at lest
bought for at factory.
buggies and car
than thev can be
COUPE, Rorkaway; also two open car
riages, for sale at sacrifice. Address C 50,
Bee. P-9.17 2x
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOl S.
New and 2dhand typewriters.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
CATA1OGUE cut drug prices free. Sher
man ec McDonnell Drug Co., Omaha.
SECONDHAND man's wheel, In good con
dition; win sen cneap. can at Z4'it casa
HIOH-ORADE bnggy, harness tint car
riage, good as new; a big bargain. John
con A Roberts, Deere building. 10th and
Leavenworth. Q M347 M.14
FOR SALE Secondhand Locomobile-, In
nrrt-class shape, at one-half price. Call
or address, 18J1 Farnam fci. y M&4
IUSINE8S college acholorshlp for sale at
a bargain In one of Omaha's leading com
mercial col!ges; life scholarship. Address
8 47. Be office. M716
FOR SALE, Remington typewriter No. ,
new, $H0, first offer accepted. Address O
J4, Bee. Q MG96 3)
NO. 6 REMINGTON cheap.
1624 Douglas St.
FOR SALE. Crane hydraulic elevator, can
be used either passenger or freight, com
plete. Iron guide posts, cage and wire
enclosures. J. L. Brandels 4 Sons.
BIXXn HOUNDS, trained and untrained,
for sale at a bargain. Colby Blood Hound
Co., Colby, Kan. Q-M237 &
WIRE fence for hogs, poultry, lawn and
farms. Wire Works, 611 S. 16th. Tel. 1690.
, Q-137 Jyl2
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to any
other musical Instruments, $5 up. The
Columbian Phonograph Co., 1621 Farnam.
TELEPHONE poles. Ixjng Fir timbers.
Chicken fence. Oak piling. 901 Douglas.
2DMAND safe cheap; Derlght. 1119 Famam.
T. DUKKIN. electric light wiring Tel. 2448.
FOLDING camp cots. H. R. Wykert. 701 S it
y Juuoo M21
FOR SALE First mortgage note bearing
per cent interest, payable every six
months: has about 24 years to run: good
ecurity and endorsed by responsible
6 arty: amount, $1,800. Inquire C. M.
achman. Room 421, Paxton Block.
T-CART, cabriolet, coupe and runabout.
nearly new, rubber tires; owner must sell
at sacrifice. Address C 64, Bee. QM296 9
Gasoline stoves cleaned. 2421 Cuming St.
y M462 J2
FOR SALE, 1 cows, fresh.
2828 Webster St,
ORIENTAL Ru man. renairlng and clean
ing oy me oniy oriental, witn oriental
methods. No steam, no machine, no acids
. . .. . -. r -r.. - -
to lniuro your rugs. Taminoslan 2609 HL
Mary's ave. -rnone B-Z309. R M358 M17
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1614 Cass street
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist. 315 S. IS.
MRS. CARRIE 8MITH. SOVEREIGN
LADY ULEEN of clairvoyants. Everv.
thing told; past, present and future. Hat-
lefactlon er no pay. 8u7 N. 181 3. 3 M966
MMIO. 8MITH. baths, 118 N. 15. 2d floor, r. 1
T M8a M7
MRS. DAVIS, 1621 Howard street, baths:
nrst-class assutant. T M888 M-8
GRACE O'BRYAN of Kentucky. 720 8. 13th
MAS8AGE and flushing treatment. Chronlo
W. J. Nace, 3218 Cuming
GLADYS SHEPARD, massage, vapor and
Icohol baths. 3d floor 804 N. 16th at.
MISS HOWARD B., elegant massage.
baths, 317V N. 15th, flat E. T M910 A12j
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before and
, during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Oerlsch,
auioniia 01. icrma aaonaDie.
PRIVATE home for women during con
finement, uooa Samaritan sanitarium,
728 1st Av., C. B., Ia. Homes for children.
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous nair removea oy electricity. . z and
3. 1606 Farnam St. U 436 -
ELITE PARLORS, 616 8. 16th St., 2d floor.
U M3Z M17
VIAVI, a wholesome nerve and tissue food
and home treatment tor Disorders of
women. Write for free booklet Vlavt
Co., 348 Bee Bldg.. Omaha. U 437
MAGNET PILE KILLER.
At druggists. i-
PRIVATE hospital before and during con-
nnement; oaoies Doaraet. -na auoptea.
Mrs. Oardels, 2224 Lake. Tel. Red-1884.
WE RENT machines, 76c per week, $3 per
montn. we repair ana Ben pans ror any
machine manufactured. Good second
hand machines for $3 to $10. Nebraska
Cycle Co.. 15th and Harney Sts.
RUPTURE CURED without pain. Empire
Rupture CO.. M. x uii Big., umana.
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E messengers.
QUIET home for ladles In trouble before
ana auring connnemeni: gooa care iuiu
prompt attention assured. Write or call.
Mrs. L. Carter. 2317 Charles, Omaha. Neb.
HOME during confinement; first-class. Dr.
L. L. Miller, Sj04 Biondo. f none r -n.'.
EDERER. Bristol 8t florist Tel. 175.
BAM'L BURNS, special prices for May.
MRS. JACOBSON, 1206 N. 10th Bt.
U M36I Mil
HEADQUARTERS for Edison phono-
grapna ana victor taming macnines; oi.wm
recoros to seieci irom ieDraaaa v.ycie
Co., corner lfcth and Harney Eta.
THE VIEREGO Fire Escape save lives
That's all. Room 3. Barker biocg. Tel.
A -A. U M354 M14
FRANK E MOORES. ED HOWELL
and ERABTUS A. BENSON sre candl
la tea foi mayor of Omaha. We would
not dare sav which one will be elected.
for the other two smose Bioecaer
cigars. W. F. Stoecker Cigar Co.. 1404
Douglas. t Sal Mi
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4 TO i P. C. meney. Bemls.
FIVE PER CENT loans. Qarvtu Bros., 14o4
rarnam. w 444
WANTED, rlty and farm loans: also bonds
and warrants. R. C. Peters A Co.. 17!
rarnam Bt, Bee Hiag. w Mi
!H(U K V TO MAX-REAL I'STATE.
414 rrn CENT on b-jf-lness r roperly.
per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. ME1KLE. 401 &. 13TH ST.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam street.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1524 Douglas.
8herwood, 937 N. Y. Life.
FARM end city loans, low rates. W. It.
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 1048.
MOXRV TO LOAM CHATTELS.
Make a mistake by seeing us before you
It will be to your advintage. We are tho
oldest concern In our line in the city,
with all-around consistent dealings to
We loun on rurnlture. Pianos, Live Stock,
etc., without publicity or removal of
property. We also loan to
Upon their own agreement to repay. We
van make your note lor one year It you
so wish and give you the option of pay
ing It all or lu phrt at any time, and the
r.terest stops the day tne principal Is
paid. We try to have no one leave our
(Established 1892.) '
dress C 63, Bee,
ao6 s. I61 h su
B MiWl 30
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE AND SALARIES.
am to turn loaned on FL'HNITIIHK. Pt.
AiU, tic, ana 10 oni,Anif.u ffAJfm
at very low rates and fur any length of
time, without publicity or removing the I
properly. Payments can be made lo suit
your convenience. Call and gel our tonus
before going eLsewnere.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Room 303. Paxlun Block. Room 303.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURE. PIANOS, LIVE STOCK.
SA LAKI E.B, 1-.IC.
Low rates Wnd easy terms.
Try us if you want to savc money.
PHEONIX CREDIT CO..
833 Paxton Block. 16th and Farnam Sts.
600 PAXTON BLOCK
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTE, ANY
AMOUNT; LOW KAItS, EASY fAl
MENTS; CONFIDENTIAL. THE STAR
LOAN CO., ROOM 644 PAXTON BLOCK.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business connaeniiai, lowest raies.
614 A'axton bioca.
A. Hulton Co..
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etfi. C. F. Reed, Sit 8. li
CHATTEL salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., sua to D. Green. K. 8, Barker bk
SALARY LOANS UPON PLAIN NOTES.
American Loan Co., Paxton block, 3d floor.
LARGEST BUSINTMS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
aters, boarding houaea, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices in. prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
any (.roperly or Dusiness quica, see j. 11.
jonnson, m- in. i. ie. i
WANTED, in Coin. Ia.. a flrst-alc.se gen
eral storej good brick room can be had
at OUCC, MJUW ICC . , OCDl iubuuu .11 CI,,
inquire 01 J. A. uein. coin, ia. x ii
HOTEL. 30 sleeping rooms, well furnished.
doing fine business; Nebraska town of
8.00O: rent. $75: furniture for sale reason
able; cash and time. You'll buy It you
J. H. JOHNSON, New York Life.
TO LEASE OR FOR 8 A I.E. good business
lot, ltfxl96, on 11th, south of cement
works. Box C 36, Bee. Y M231 M27
RESTAURANT In Kansas City for sale,
$1,500; splendid trade; 111 neann oniy rea
son for selling. Address C 63, care Bee.
Y M304 6
DRUG 8 TORE FOR BALE The only store
In one of the best -country towns In the
state; large country trade; slock all new
and up to date; will invoice about $1,&K.
If you want a snap write at once. Ad
dress D 2, Bee. Y M422 4x
HOTEL FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Modern, 2-story,' frame, 40 rooms; lot 32 x
160; Improvements, good condition; lo
cated in southwestern Iowa, thriving
town $12,000 cash or good Improved farm;
' leased at $100 per month; reliable tenant.
J. H. Johnson. N. Y. Life. Y M447 6
FRUIT, confectionery and stationery store
with soda fountain, for sale in live gold
mining town of 8,000 population; clears
J.OI per month; will sell at Invoice, about
$2,900; must have all castj. C. W. Barker,
Lead, S. D. ' Y M353 13x
FOR SALE Snap Land, warehouse, small
hotel, established business; new, growing
Colorado town. Denton Painter. Star
bldg., Lincoln. Y M4W 6
FOR SALE HEAL, ESTATE.
COME with us to Missouri. The next home-
seekers excursion leaves cimana ror
southern Missouri Tuesday, May 6, at lo:50
p. m. Reduced rates. Cooley Investment
and Real Estate Co., 923-924 N. Y. Life
Bldg. RE 436 4
A NEW HOUSE
Build one We will build It for you on tha
installment plan. llomeseekera Asu.,
1st floor N. V. Life bldg. KE-MM
RANCH and farm lands for sale b;
Union Pacific Railroad company.
McAllester, land commissioner. Union Pa-
tllio Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
10-ROOM modern house, 11 blocks from
poBtotnce, for sale cheap. 108 N. 16th.
Benewa A Co. . RE 843
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
sere properly and farm Lands. Tha O. F.
Davis Co., Room 608 Bee iildg. HE 161
16 500-10-room house. 6 acres fruit, near
Benson car line.
$900 6-room cottage, 17th Ave. and Grant,
W. N. NASON, 444 Bee Building.
FOR SALE; Before leaving Omaha, my
residence. 188 N. 38th ave.. ten rooms be
sides library and billard room, good
barn, east front, lot 85x156 (eel. James
H. Mcintosh. RE 263
WHEN buying real estate demand an ab
struct from a bonded abstracter. We are
bonded by American Surety Co. for $10,J0.
Midland Guarantee and Trust Co., 1614
Farnam St. RE 3o4 5
ELEC. automobiles. Derlght, UK Farnam.
TRY our three-layer white cakes, 35c. Q re-
eerie a and meats at lowest prices. John
It Uood'ett CO. .Tel. 1575 2 Lake
M9U May 8
OMAHA Hay Bals TU Co.. til North 16th.
41. c . v. -. r.
REPAIR lawn mowers, blcycieg; lock-
smithing; wire work. C. Jarl, ,12 S. 16th.
BICYCLES and repairs. Fresh tires, $l.FO
to $4. 50; Hartford tires. $6 50 per pair. All
the popular brands for cash or credit.
Louis Kleschcr, 1622 Capitol Ave. Tel. 814.
NOW Is the time to have your bicycle re
paired; work guaranteed: prices are right:
tires. $1.25 and up. J. Laraon, 24th and
Charles. -MM M
J. P. HEALY. 1822 Clark St
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. l. Ochiltree,
20th and Lake Sts. 170
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. -603
A. J. P1ERSON. th and Burt. Tel. L-Sfflt btOVEREPAIRS.
' STOVES stored and gasoline stoves cleaned.
CARPET CLEANING. Omaha Btove Repair Works. Tel. 960.
SEND your carpets and rugs to Chrlstsn- I . ' .3sa
von Carpet Cleaning Works, 2221 N. 2uth ..,,. mc,IT.n
St Tel. 1669. M375 SUNBURST TLEAT1NW.
TEL 6."i6 Carpet cleaning, rug weaving.
F. C. CLARK Dentist, formerly of Council
Bluffs, now located at Z,06 Cuming st.
CAPT. CORMACK. 617 Karbach. Tel. A2S31.
SECRET SERVICE, expert operators. Ad
dress C 2, Bee. 398 M17
KEISTER'S Ladles' Tailoring Collage. Bultu
t)-4-a-t, Uouglaa block, luln and Dodgo.
CLOSE drug buyers call or write Ross-
Flowers & Co., loli Farnam Bt., umana.
Q. R. Rathburn, Room 16, Com'! Nat bank.
FARMS FOR SALE.
EXCURSION TO CANADA.
Our next excursions for Canada leave May
6 and May 19. Round trip rate, 324.00. Send
for our tree books telling all about
Canada, tne land mat oners the best op
portunities for homeseeker and Investors.
610 N. Y. Life Blue., Omaha, Neb.
PETERSON & Lundberg, 115 80. 17 Ih. Tel.
HESS & SWOBODA, 1415 Farnam.
L. HENDERSON, florist. 1518 Farnam St.,
Omaha; send for price list. es
'1 HE Pullman piano and furniture polish.
Call or address A. O. Vroman, 1422 S. 16th.
M S M16
ANTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices. 621
N. 16th. Tel. 1779. 471
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2636.
and gents', 60c Bchwarts's. 114
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
M. LONDON, 2301 Cuming St Tel. A-2638.
CRYSTAL ICE CO.
OMAHA Steam Laundry and City Towel
buppiy. tiao iveavenwonn. Tel. A-1783.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN A PRICE, 23 U. 8. N'l B k. bid.
NEW SNOW CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. Y.
Lite Bldg., attorneys and collectors overy-
aide. Room 34.
MAY New York I lfa
Plum; 1552 Ji
P. M-lcholr. 13th A Howard. !
LAW N mowers sharpened, saw illed, um
brellas repaired, keys, etc. 3u9 N. 16th.
iviepnone -Mil. 218
ujiAiiA eaie ana iron was. make a spe
cialty of tire escapee, shutters, doors and
talen. G. Audreei,. Prop., 102 8. loth St
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
fc.-.d UresulartileH of women, from any
cause: experienced, reliable.
Arlington block. Omaha, Neb. Tel.
TH03. J. KELLY, voice.
LETOVSKY S ORCHESTRA. Tel. L2684.
Terms reasonable. M366 M16
FOR RENT, piano players, or piano and
player together. Pluno Player Co., TuU
QID E. A ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
buite ali, New York Lifa bldg. Tel. lx4
The Hunt Infirmary, McCague bldg. Tel 2362
ATZEN A FAR WELL Infirmary, Paxton
block. 604-7. Tel. 1365. M80
H. J. COWGILL No fee unless successful.
218 So. 15th St., Omaha. Tel. 179., 5u6
PATENTS. Sues & Co., Omaha, Neb.. 11
lustraled patent book free. Tel. It!
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing, all buslneas confidential. 13ol Dvogla.
OM. Van Stor Co., 1511ft Farn. Tels 15i-84J
EXPREsSMAN 8 Del. Co.
PRINTING. BRIEFS, ETC.
WATtKfl Frlnflng Co. Linotype compost
tlon. Tel. S190. if
WORK In any part of the country. Jonai
Roofing Co.. l17 Burt St Tel. 14,
I6l( Cuming ft
lit (J M ANUFACTURING.
OMAHA Rug Factory, 1521 Leaven. Tel. 20S8.
SEEDS AND POULTRY SUPPLY.
ULLERY CO., 1611 Howard SL Tel. 77.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
MD8HEK 8.H., Touch T.W.. Bus. Branches,
Teleg. Cat. free. om. Com. col., 1. as uoug.
A. C VAN SANT'S school.
717 N. Y. Ufa.
NEB. Business A Shorthand College, Boyd's
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
Goldman Pleatln- Co.. 200 Douglas blk.
1. E. WALLACE. 806 8. 13th Bt
CUT RATE railroad tlcketa everywhere.
P. Xi. i'hUDin, laoti Farnam. 'rnone
TMELS AND SHRUBS.
ALL VARIETIES and of best quality
grown 8 miles from Omaha; all kinds.
sixes and prices of flowering shrubs, roses,
vines, parting, ornamental, iruu ana
shade trees. We grow the largest assort
ment of any nursery in Iowa or ise
braska. Sales ground, same old stand.
list and li'arnam. Crescent Nurseries,
U. IL Keyes, Omaha Mgr. J8 M
HAZELDELL NURSERY. Office 3306 N,
24th. Trees, shrubs and roses. Mool 30
FRUIT, shade and ornamental trees.
shrubs and roses. F. R. Martin, IRtn and
DouglasJ , 374 Ml
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
THE DEPOT on Urns. I M.
E. Tel. 780.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls for the wee ending May
9, 1"3, will close (PROMPTLY In all cases;
at the general postomca as iouows: rar
eels post malls close one hour earlier than
closing lime shown below. Parcels posi
mails for Uermany Close ax e p. m. naa-
Regular and supplementary malls close at
foreign station haif-hour later than closing
time shown below (except that supplemen
tary malm for Europe and Central Amer
ica, via 'Colon, close one hour later at for
TUESDAY At 8:30 a. m. for ITALY direct.
per s. h. ixmuaruia tnia.ii mum u- ui
rected "per s. s. Lombardia").
WEDNESDAY At 6:40 a. m. for EUROPE,
pec . s. ew lorn, via. eouinampion
(mall Hor' Ireland -must be directed "per
s. s. New York";; st 7:80 a. m. for
NETHERLANDS direct, per a. s. Noor
dara (mail must be direc.ed "per s. a.
Ncordam"): at lo:30 a. m. (supplementary
11 m.) fo." EUROPE, per s. s. oceanic, via
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE.
SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN. POR
TUGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT. GREECE.
BRITISH liSJuUA ana ljrv.E.i.vj jhaiv
QUEZ, per s. s. La Savole, via Havre
(mall for other parts of Europe must be
directed "per b. s. La Savole ): at lo:80
a m. (supplementary 11 ni. tor EUROPE,
per s. s. Deutschland, via A-lymouih,
Cherbourg and Hamburg; tu ll:3J a. m.
for ITALY direct, per s. s. PhoenltU
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Fnoe
nlcia'). SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BELGIUM
direct, per s. s. uruomanu tniau muai o,
directed "per s. s. KroonUnd'); at 9:30
c. m. for SCOTLAND direct, per s. r.
Sthlopla (mall must be directed "per s. s.
Ethiopia"); at 10:3 a. m. (supplementary
U m.) for EUROPE, per - s. L mbrla, vl i
Queenstown; at 11 a. m. lor utKMAKK
direct, per s. s. Norge (mall muat be di
rected "per s. s. Norge"); at 12 m. for
ITALY direct, per a. s. Konlg Albert
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Konig
PRINTED MATTER, ETC. This steamer
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany only. The
same culms of mail matter for other parti
ci Europe will not be sent by this ship
unlsss specially directed by her.
After the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic malls named above, addi
tional supplementary mails are opened on
the piers of the American, English, Frenoh
and German steamers, and remain open
until within ten minutes of the hour of sail
ing ol steamer.
Malls for South a-d Central America,
West ladles, Ete.
MONDAY-At 11 a. m. for ARGENTINE.
UUUul Ai ana rAnAuvjai,
TUESDAY At 10 a. m. for HAITI, per a. s.
,In'1, vvillem III (maU for Curacao. Vene-
tuela Trinidad, British and Dutch Guiana
miiet be directed per s. s. Prlns Willem
ill")' at 12 m. lor rniAiiu, per m. s.
Byron via Pernambuco. Bahla and Rio
Janeiro tmall for Northern Brasll. Ar
gentine, Uruguay and Paraguay must be
directed "per s. s. Byron").
WEDNESDAY At 4 s. m. for BRAZIL,
per s s. syracusa, via Pernambuco, San
tos and Sao Francisco (mall for Northern
Brazil must be directed "ier a. s. Syra
cusa"): at 9:J a. m. (supplementary 40:30
a m j 1 for CENTRAL AMERICA (except
Costa Rica) and BOUTH PACIFIC
PORTS, per s. s. Yucatan, via Colon
tmall for Guatemala must be directed
. U. Yucatan : at 10 a. m. for GRE
NADA, TRINIDAD and CIUDAD BOLI
VAR Pr s. s. Maracas; at 12 m. (suppiav
ment'ary 12:80 p. m. for BAHAMAS, per
s s Antllla (mall must be directed "per
a. s. Antllla ")
TlVURBDAY At 8 s- m. for CUBA, TUCA
TAN, CAMPECHE, TABASCO and CHIA-
PAS. POT V- s. Havana uiuii mr oilier
i.arts of Mexico must be directed " per
s s Havana ); at 8 a. m. for BERMUDA,
uer's. s. Trinidad; at 11 m. (supplementary
Vi-3,1 a m.l (or BAHAMAS. QUANTA-
NAMOand 8ANTIAUO. per a. s. City of
Washington; at (30 p. m. for PoKTu
h.ita. n.-r s. a. Captain Bennett, from
fcuston (mall for other parts of the lo
mlniciin Republic must be directed "per
I'untaln Bennett ").
FRIDAY At 12 in. for MEXICO, per a. s.
Santiago, via Tampion (mall must be di
rected per s. s. Damiugu m ii.w p. m.
for NEWFOUNDLAND, per a. s. 81-
Vi-i-Ihti from Philadelphia.
SATURDAY At 8:60 a. m. (supplementary
9-30 a. ni.) ior clbav-au ana ir..ir.-
A r..T V.llllA IfllAll for KlVI,
nllla ami Cartagena must be clrected ' per
s. s. isulia ): at a. m. ror rumu nau
n.r s. s. Coamo; at 9:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 10:30 a. m.) for FOR Tl NE
INLAND, JAMAICA, HAVANILLA. CAR
TAGENA and GREYTOWN. per s
Alene (mall for Costa Rica must be dl
rvi-ted "Der s. 8. Alene 1; kt :. a. m
(supplementary 10:80 a. m ) tor l.NAGUA
and HAITI, per s. . boiivia; at :3J a. m
(supplementary . 10.30 a- m ) for BT,
THilMAS, ST. CROIX. LEEWARD and
WINDWARD ISLANDS. BRITISH
DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per s. t
larlma (mall for Orenada and Trinidad
musl be directed "per s. a. Parlma"; at
lo a. m. fur cuts a, per s. s. Mexico, via
Malls Ferwarded Overland. Etc.. Ex
CUBA By rail to Port Tempt, Fla., and
thencs by steamer, dotes at this office
daily, except Thursday, at jM a. m. (tha
connecting malls close here on Mondays,
Wednerdaj'B end Saturduys).
MEXICO CITY Overland, unless specially
addre-setl fur depaich by steamer, close
at 1 his office dally, except Sunday at l.ij
D. . and 11:3-1 p. m. ouoaayj at i:vo
and ll:ao p. m.
NEWFuUNDLAND By rail to Norlh 8yd-a-ty,
aud thence by aUauwr, elsa at this
thee dully at 6.30 p. m. (connecting mails
P04TOFFM1 .Mi l 14 K..
close here every Monday, Wednesday and
JAMAICA My rail to lioton and thenca
by steamer, close at tnl xrric" a. a..
D. tn. every Tueday and IhurstiMv,
MiyUEl.oN By rah to Bomsii. an, Ihrnc?
ty steamer, noses at tms cime aitJ a.
6 30 p m.
BEl.lK, PUERTO CORTEX ANI
GUATEMALA By ran to ew Orleans
and thence by steamer. clor at ills
i.ffiee dally, except Kunday, at l:Su p. m
and U:. p. ni., Sundays at l.- p. ni.
and 111 80 p. m. (connecting mail taxes
here Mondays at 111:30 p. m..
COt TA RICA By rati to New Oil ana, and
thenoe ly steamer, closes at tnis dince
dallv, except Sunday, at II. W p. m. and
111: 30 p. in., Suodays at l:U0 p. m. and
11:30 p. m. connecting mui closes here
'uesdays at 11:30 p. m.l.
Registered mail closes at 4.00 p. ru. pis-
HAWAII, CHINA, JATAN. PHILI.irPlNE
ISLANUB, via Ban tranrisco, close her
dally at 8:30 p. m. up to May 3d, In-,
elusive, for despatch per s. s. Doric.
S"EW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA exccpl
West). NEW CALEDONIA FIJI,
SAMOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco. t
close here dally at 6:30 p. m. after April
li.th and up 10 May Vlt, Inclusive, for
despatch per s. s. Sonoma. (If the Cunard'
steamer carrying the British mall for
New Zealand does not arrive In time nr
connect with this despatch, extra malls
closing at 6. $0 a. m , ; a. m. and 6 3ft
m. ; Sundays at 4.30 a. m., $ a. m. and
;3o p. m. will be made up and forwarded
until the arrival of tha Cunard steamer.),
CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, does here
daily at p. m. up to May tivtn, in
clusive, for aeapatch per a. s. Tosa Maru.
HAWAII, JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP,
PINK ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 4:30 p. m. up to May filth.
Inclusive, for despatch per a. s. Nipped
CHINA and JAPAN, via Tacoma, close
here daily st 6:30 p. m. up to May 13ih.
Inclusive, for despatch per s. Olymplav .
HAWAII, via Ban Francisco, close hers
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to May 18th. In
clusive, for despatch per s. a. Alameda. '
CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver and
Victoria, B. C, rlose here dally at 6:30
p. in. up to May l9lh. Inclusive, for des
patch per s. s. Empress of India. Mer
chandise for U. b. Postal Agency ei
bhanghal cannot bn forwarded via
AUSTRALIA (except West). FIJI
ISLANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, via
Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, close here
dally at 6:3W p. m. after May 9th and up
to May 2ith, inclusive, lor despatch per e.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fran
cisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m up 10'
May l-ith, inclusive, for despatch per
U. 8. Transport.
TAHITI and MARQUE8A8 ISLANDH. via
San Francisco, close here dally at 6:3) p.'
in. up to May ;oth, Inclusive, (or desi
patch Per s. s. Mariposa.
Note Unless otherwise addressed. West'
Australia Is forwarded via Europe, and'
New Zealand and Philippines via San Fian
cUco the quickest routes. FhllippliK-.t .pc
cially addresaed "via Canada or 11
Europe" must be fully prepaid at the --
elgn rates, Hawaii is forwarded U .
Transpacific malls are forwarded t prl
of sailing dally and the schedule of cloalng
Is arranged on the presumption 01 the.r
uninterrupted overland transit. Registers k
mall doses at 6:00 p. m. previous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT,
New York, N. Y May 1, 1H03.
PROPOSAL8 FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES.
Department of the Interior, Office of In
dian Affairs, Washington, D. C, March 4,'
ifM. Sealed propo tula, Indorsed "Pro-:
posala for blankets, wooien and coitou.
goods, clothing, etc., ' as ihe case may be,
and directed tu the Commbsloner of India. 1
Affairs, Nos. 119-121 Wooster street, New
York City, will be received until 1 o'clock,
fi. m., of Tuesday. May 19, 19U8, for furnish
ng for the Indian service, blankets, woolen"
and cotton goods, clothing, notions, hats
and capa. Bids must be made out un gov
ernment blank, bchtdules giving all neces
sary Information lor bidders will be fur
nished on application to the Indian Office,
Washington, D. C. ; the U. S. Indian ware
houses, 119-121 Wooster street, New York
City; 265-2(7 South Canal street, Chicago.
111.;. 815 Howard street. Omaha, Neb.; 60i
South Seventh street, 8t Louis, Mo.; tne
Commissaries of Subsistence. U. 8. A, at"
Cheyenne, Wyo., and 81. Paul, Minn.; the
Quartermaster, U. S. A, Seattla, Wash. ; tha
postmasters at Sioux City, Tucson, Port- !
land, Spokane and Tacoma, and the Manu
facturers' and Producers' association of.
California, San Francisco, Cal. Bids will.
. .n.iif'il tha hour and davs above
stated, and bidders are Invited 10 be prea-'
ent at the opening. The Department re
serves the right to determine the point of
delivery and to reject any and all bids, or
any pan of any bid. W. A. JONEB. com
inlBsloner. A31-D19t M .
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, 621 Dooly Building. Salt
Lake City, Utah, April 16th. 103.-Bealed ,
proposals, In triplicate, will be received
here until 11:00 a. in., standard time. May
4tn 1908, and then opened for the plumbing,
heating, go piping and electric wiring of ;,
two double cavalry barracks to be erected
at Fort Douglas, Utah. Information and
blank forms of proposals furnished on ap
plication to this office. Plans and specific- -lions
may be seen here. United States rs
itcrves the right to accept or reject any or
.11 nrnnmili. or any oart thereof. En-.
elopes containing proposals to be marked, ,
nmiiiaU for nubile buildings." and ad-
flre.sed to CAPTAIN SAMUEL V. HAM.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
Omaha, Neb. April 7, 1908. Sealed pro
posals, 'In triplicate, suDject 10 me usual
conditions, will be received here until 104
o'clock a. m., May 7, 1903, and then opened.
In the presence or attenning Diaacns, ror
fifty-seven (o7 Pack Mules, for delivery at
Fort Leavenworth, Ksn. U. 8. reserves,
right to reject or accept any or all pro
posals, or any part thereof. Blank forms'
for bidding and circular giving full Infor
mation and requirements will be fumlshej.
on application to this office. Envelopes
containing prupiwaia biiuuiu u iiim 1 .tn,
Pronnaals for Mules." and addressed ta
JNO, W. PULLMAN, Chlet Q K. ,
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY HORSES.
Office C. Q. M-, St. Paul, Minn., May 4.
1808. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be
received at mis omce unm 11 o ciuin a. m.,
May 19, 1903, and opened then for furnl fl
ing and delivery at Fort Yates, N. D., 61
cavalry horses. Bids for less than tha en
tire number requirea ann ior aenvery ai
points other than Fort Yates will be en
tertained. Delivery to commence within 3
weeks after notice of awsrd, and be com-
leted within 80 days tnereaiter. noans,
a-tit and dark sorrels desired. Full Infor
mation may be had at this office. Unite
States reserves the right to accept or re
ject any or all proposals or any part
tnereor. ocu. c. trjru, n yi. u- ,
XUI IL. C 1KJ DILIUIinOi
The Board of Public Lands and Buildings '
will receive sealed bids at the office of the
secretary of state at the capltol, in Lineolra,
up to 13 ociock noon on uie urn aay oi
May, lsol, for tha construction and putting
In place of 156 steel cells, together with
gratings, corridors, etc.. In the state peni
tentiary at Lincoln according to the plans
and specifications therefor as prepared by
R. W. Grant architect, and now on file
in tha offlp of commissioner of oublld lands
and bulldlugs- - -
Each bid must be accompanied by a certi
fied check, payable to George W. Marah,
secretary of slats, In a sum equal to I per
cent of ths total amount bid upon. The
check of ths successful bidder will be for
feited to ths state should suoh bidder fall
within ten days after the awarding of such
contract, and give a good and sufficient
bond for the faithful performance of such
contract In some surety or guarantee com.
tiany, authorised to CO business In Ne
braska, to be approved by the Board of
public Lands and Buildings. Bald Board of
public Lands and Buildings reserves th
right to contract with ths successful bidder
(or seventy-eight additional cells, built ac
cording to the same plana and specifica
tions sbovs mentioned, at ths same pro rata
price per cell as shall be contracted to be
paid for the 154 cells. I
Said board reserves ths right to reject
any and all bids.
GEORGE W. .MARSH. ,
Secretary of Stats.
Dated Lincoln, Nebraska, April 17. 1901.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
The Board of Public Lands and Building,
will receive bids on furniture and flxturei
for the penitentiary as per estimate on fila
In the office of the commissioner of public
lands and buildings.
Bids will be received up until noon,' II
o'clock, on the 12th day of May. 1908.
Bidders to submit samples of estimate!
bid upon. The Board of Public Lands iik
Buildings reserves the right to reject an
and all bids. GEORGE W. MARSH, 1
Secretary of Board.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMEF
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