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TITfi OMATIA DAILY TIRE: SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1903.
Advertlseeaenta foe 4ae rHanm
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ere Bin eeltlea ana aatll l BO .. aa.
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T Rate. 1 l--.lv a mar Srst Insertion,
le ward thereafter. Netklnsr tabea
far less than S!V far tba first Uir.
tlon. Tkra Tfrllai(ti ( ba
ra n eoaeeenllvely.
Advertisers, sy resjae-etlaig m iim
treel rkwk, raa have a ana were
reasA ta aambereel letter la vara
t THa Kaa. Answers am will
a allvered Oa prraeatalloa mt tba
WAITED HALB HELP.
A high grade School of business, shorthand,
touch typewriting and English branch?!.
DAY AM) EVENING.
Ca!L writ or 'phone or prospectus.
H. H. BOVLKM. President,
N. Y. Llts Bidg., Omaha, Neb, .
. , ...... . B 103
FIRST-CLA88 messengers wanted) good
salary. A. D. T. Co., 213 80. 13th St. .
WANTED, for V. 8. array, able-bodied Un.
married men between ages of 21 and 35;
citizens of I'nlted States, of good char
seler and temperate nsblts, who can
apeak, read and wr I to English. For Infor
mation xapply to. Recruiting Officer, lKth
and Dodge Ma , Omaha, and Montgomery
building, Lincoln, Neb, -- B
WANTED Flrst-clase glaziers and wood
turner! (tool wage. to competent men.
Address l -J,- Bee. r , B M546 22
WANTED Hoy to hold copy, for proof.
reader. Apply , to 1L .A.- Haskell,. Be
composing, rojm. u
WANTED,, good coat and twtnti maker
steady- worK and good prw-es. Emery
ciurgner, Atlantic, la.. B-HW( 1BX
WANTED, eieytrlclan and engineer. Ad-
areas w. i). Kumer. Alliance. Neo.. stat
Ing refer?nce, experience .and aalary
wantea. u bis mx
.. '. .. ' '
WANTED, an accurate and rapid stenog
rapher and typewriter for steady position
In lartre retail a tore: muat be experienced
man. Write, stating salary etpected and
references. AJureaa u ao, Aiea. .
. ..... , B-815 20
WANTED flood coat mUter; steady Job;
Sacks, 7 . .Wm. Dodd, -Rockwell City,
Iowa. . MHJU Xix
WANTED, man and wife to work at sum
mer residence .' ciosa to Omaha; woman
must be good cook and tba man a giod
I gardener. Airs. A. u. uranaeis, . aan
k street. sis ai
ANTED, men everywhere: good pay; to
distribute circulars, adV. matter, tack
signs, etc; no canvasning. National Adv,
Bureau, Chicago.- - . B M848 2l
WANTED, men to learn barber trade
years saved: thoroughly systematic
cago, Bt. l.oula, New Orleans, Ban Fran
Cisco. Inducements to distant applicants;
busy season now; tools given; positions
wailing. C8ll or wt, Moler College,
13(8 Douglas BU , . B Mew 21
1 : . I
i WANTED, two coat arid pants makers at
fonce. U. . Btruts, Atlantic, la. -.....
.... B MS44 18
WANTED, a good, thorough sausage
maker; young man and muat lie of steady
habits; gooa wages 10 rignt mnu wu,
K. M. westpnaien, ,iianuo, i.
.. 1 ' B M845 17
WANTED, an experienced collector; also
one to ker books and help aelllng goods.
Nebraska Furniture ndCarpet Co., 413
N. 24th st,. South Omaha. , B-M858 17x
WANTED, -' good allround earring and
elan naihter: steady work; . wagoe' not
Imd than 1 per week- young or. middle
aged man preferred.. 4. li. iteiiey, wao
B M8bl la
WANTED, two salesmen, .salary or 00m
- mission, C. i Adams Ce., -110 Howard 8L
- - ;-10-
SALESMEN orIm1rt;Twpewrlter8, $38
Nona better. Monroa- V Co., 811, N. 16th.
' , . : .'--M240
WAITED- FEMALE HELP.
108 Girls Call Canadian office, 16th A Dodge
WANTED, In a family of three, girl for
general housework. Apply at Su-I Chl
caga su ; c M4.8
WANTED, girl for general housework. M60
Georgia Ave. C 705
WANTED First class milliner capable of
taking charge of millinery business In a
inwn. finlarv 176 Der month. State
age, experience and rsferenoes. Addres
L w, ties. - . w .
WANTED Phort order cook,- woman pre
ferred: wares 836 per month, . -I R,
rhiu F-urt uoaae. xa, -
- , . . ....an.l,
ANsr ED Competent -girl tor general
.oustwork; no washing. 8.'J 'V
Mi.trrh. Hnmml atanoarabher And
,C-Vi,. in i.r. retail store: muat be
rapid and- accurate; state references and
alary eapecteo. uuro is, to
WANTED, at once, girl for general Jiouae-
work, lamuy m if
83 A DAY easily made working for us In
your own town; work light and pleasant.
Jhena sump for particulars. Pierce fun.
o., 171 Washington bv. vmo-sAj. a
L jl DIE 9 See the advantages we offeo la
teaching halrflresslng. manicuring and
f acini mass..: years saved by .our
method; graduates placed in best estab
Uahments everywhere; splendid pay; atoo
.1 As,hj4b nnrinll aririli: no
perT. Call or write Moler CoUege, 18
Douglas St. 1 . . C-MMi a
COOK wanted." 666 g. Pth stl C-MS58 13
DEPUTIE8. men or women; splendid Con'
tract, 'i ne, u.rniwia, -w- --
aiaBacs5saf sa " . 1
III lCICCln all parte of the city. The O.
tlUljoCO r. l5vla Co eut Bee Bldg.
Uvi 11 , ' 1 . . : 1
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage-
CO., omce 10I aroam, vw imim. ibu-w.
I C - A UI
UrtllCCCin alt'parta of the city. R,
ilUUdLJ. C. Peters 4k Co., Bee Bldg
ri)R RENT, i-room house, all modern ex
cent furnace. 7u4 N- 9uth Bt. , !.. C. M.
Bachtnan, ttf-37 I'axton Blk. D 848
FOR RENT, near High school.-
8M3 Capitol Ave., li)-roora modern, 840.
Caoltol Ave. 8-room, modern, Km.
Tel. 873. B. H- Koblson. 2b8 Capitol. Ave.
' U CIO
JIOUBES 86 upward. Bern la, Paxton Blk.
ONE of those fine, all modern, 7-roora brick
nouses, utin ana isara bis., ju uu. yt. lu.
Turklnglon, Hub Be. ; LrM4
CENTRAL, modern. -roon flat. 220 N. 23d
atraeu ... v
HOUSES O. G. Wallace, Brown Block.
... - ... D119
HOUSES, Insurance, BOngwalV Barker Blk.
FOR RENT. May 1, t-room brick 'modern.
Inquire N. &a DC . i Al.
SIX-ROOM modern fiat. 1112 8. 11th St
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Vait A 'Stor
age Co. Tel. 144, Ofbce, int Webater be
- -. . . v . , a . At mil
18 ROOMS, modern, 666 B. Sth St.. 832 50.
D M716 It
t-ROOM bouse, 2314 Boulevard are., newly
, pitperea enu paintea. . v
A com, 2"!1 tiouth 2d. 16.
-eArfwm, 1S11 6'uih Sid, 86. ' . .
WALTtH liKh-EN. YM South 13th St.
.,. . - D-MVll H
t641 JACK SON ST.. "8-room. modern, house.
first class repair.',' i ' '
ftiX-ftgii COMPANT. K f AjVAM ST.
FOR ftrT HOIIFJ.
FOR RENT, modern two-story 8-room
dwelling on uth Ft., two blocks from
Farnam car line; furnace and all con
venience, Wyman. Bbrlver.A Co . New
Tork Ufe Bldg. . D-MW 14
S-ROOM cut a re, modern, will fumlah If
aesirea. . mm St. . . im- zi-
1432 F.RSKINE, rooms, modem, f?2 SO;
Howard, 7 rooms, modern nat, til to; 3".
Chicago, 10 rooma, modern, If tlf repairs,
$30. lllngwalt Bros., Barker blk.
FATNE-BOSTWICK CO-Chptoe houses.
601-603 New Tork Life Bldg. Thon
- D IS
FOR RENT, modern six-room -eottafe.
nearly new, west Farnam district.' Ths
O. F. Davis Co., 608 Bee Bldg. D 76 1
TEN-ROOM, all modern house, flrst-claas
repairs, new open plumbing, ta is. ?nn
street. DM81I 20
ElOHT-ROOM cottage, 711 So. 19th St.
u an 1 m
-ROOM cottage, gas and well water, 19.00.
ia cnaries. - ' u i is
t-rtom modern house, 607 80. 26th avenue.
modern timise, 2248 NO. mn BL,
modern house, 825 Bo. 84th . St.,
SOS 80. 13th St.
. D M851 22
8-room house, plrely painted sod papered.
with large cellar,, poroeiam Datn. ciosei,
washbowl, hot water connected with fur
nace, gas fixtures throughput, solid com
fort for a rood tenant:
Payne, Bostwlck Co., 601-VI N. T. tlfe.
i u mow
Fprt RElfT Fl'RHISHKD ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel, lsrh and Farnam,
LIGHT housekeeping for two- Tel. A 8568.
' BlM 1 09 a I A
AETNA HOUSE. European, 13tb A DOfirf.
ROTAL HOTEL, European, 16th A Chicago.
L. M. R. hauls trunks. Telephone 780. -
il.00 TO $2.00 per weeV. 422 S. 18th St., one
block south 01 court nouae. . . t ui
DOUBLE parlor, south front; references.
"Phone F-2502. . E128
NICELY furnished modern rooms. 161"
Caas street. B-M297 M14
THE FARNAM, 19th and'Farnam. E 941
ROOMS, 11.60 -to 13 per week; board. H.
Thuraton hotel, litU and Jackson sts,
., . . E Uibi 31
NEWLY furnished, clean rooms; nice cool
.place; If you want these rooms -corns
soon. 811 8. 20th. ' 1 E M455
SWELL svilte front rooms and other nice
rooms, close In, very desirable neighbor
hood. 115 So. 20th. E m729 16
1709 DODGE, flrsUclasa board, J4 per week,
home. cooking; .single meal abc
j E m72S J.9
22a N. 17th st, neat, desirable room.
: ' ; E M744 JelO
LARGE 'south front room: first class loca
tion ; walking distance-. 2224 Farnam,
m : E-770"18
FRONT -parlor for two an 'other nice
rooms; best location; Kfi No. 19th St. -
, j. . E MStl
FURBISHED ROOMS AND BOARD,
KlCE rooms, steam heat, with or without
board; low raws. , Miuianq jiotei, ibtn ana
1816 DODGE, front parlor and other rooms.
Telephone . A-t207. -, ,. ... ' F M933
ROOM and good board,-, C26 S. 19th.
NICE roojns, gbod board. , 416 N. 26th St.
ROOM 'and board; flrst-olass.-
213 W. Kth
sireec... . . .-' . it .-
NICELY furnished roosas, with or without
Doarar. aav Doara- or .unai iicaets rea
sonable. . Midland hotel, Utn and Chicago
ROOM and board. 1338 Bo. 26th ave.
. -v . ... ., . F-T-M&58 82
TWO very desirable rooms with excellent
poara; reoucea rates 10 party 01 iour.
620 80. 19th. TeL 1208. - F M554
FURNISHED rooms and board; rooms 81.50
to 83, Ml per weex; meat ticket, n. Kitcn-
hart botel, 616 N. 25th st South Omaha.
Best service in tne city. a ai txw ti
NICE single room, 609 So. 26th ave.
FURNISHED rooms and board; references.
3l p. tn hu ei sn
TWO rooms at The Farnam. with board:
also one suite or rooms. Just vacated, at
reduced prices ;jor. the summer. itn ana
ir.m.m 1 . : - " m 17
. " i . .... -. -
NEWX.Y oaoered arid carpeted south room.
moaern nouse; nrst-ciass ooaru; nice
neighborhood; for gentleman; arter May
XI. 4W4 Bt. mary a are. r-mooo t
FOR REN IXriamiHED ROOMS.
TWO or three line unfurnished rooms. 220
N. 234 Street.. . u oa
4 AND 8-room gpartment, . 816 Bo. 23d.
FOR BENT. 1 unfurnished rooms, single
-and. ens.ulte,' 'WlthnU tldg., loth and
HarneV. :.N. I. Dodge. Ai t.,lil6Farnan.
FOUR basement roorns; take washing for
rent, in, 00- itu. , , ... sane
FOR RENTSTORKS AKD OFFICES.
FOR RENT, the building -formerly occu
pied by The Bee st 914 Farnam St. It has
: four stories and m basement which, waa
formerly usea as 'inv jwt press room.
This WU1 be rente very reasonably. If
Interested apply at oftice of C. C. Rose.
water, secretary, room , .vuuuing,
i.vm nifNT building suitable for whole-
eale purpoeee at wn rariism, m&vu, tuur
aioties and Hrst-class cemented basement,
elevator, fire and burglar proof vault,
oltlce counted and ilxturea. For prlct and
particulars Inquire C. C. Hose water, sec
retary the Bee Building Co., room luu, Be
bulldog. ... iM-Mi
OFFICES In. The Bee building, 810.00 per
monui up; rental prtce inuiuuca neat,
light and janitor service. K, C. Peters aV
l.o.,,grou)iu, iiuut, t iu. we
WANTED Gentleman and lady agents
who want to make Dig money selling
ateroacoDe and views: small capital starts
you In good paying business; write for
terms. C. u. lusk, cnartton, la.
ana agents in every
ubecrlpiloBS to THE
county to solicit
TWENTIETH CENTURY . FARMER.
Steady employment with aaaured good In
come. " Agents In the country with aeree
and buggy especially desired. - Canvassers
snake easily ou to iuu per enonlh. Ad
dress. Century Farmei Solicitors' Bureau.
see vuuumi, uwuu. u i.
WANTED, oil agenta la every coupty; re
liable, energetlo man to sell on commis
sion, specially to tne rarmera and thresh
era, -our line or mgn-grade lubrtcatin
oils, greases, also root, barn and -house
paints. Apply at ouce. Address The
. oooiana uu ana urease Co., Cleveland,
WANTED vTO RENT.
WANTED, board and room, close In, for
man. Aodreaa, stating prise, D 26, Bee.
WANTED., north of Lake St.. two or three
unfurnished rooms; housekeeping, u.
Bee. ... K ti 17s
1-ROOM, modern house; close In; no thll
dren: modern. Address U aZ. Bee
K M788 1
CHICAGO Furniture- Co., 1416 Dodge. -Tel.
2u3& - New and eecautd-aaad bought, sold.
Josh Billings said: ,
If you want to be noticed
you must get in front of folks
and worry 'em some.
I'Ull r ALlt-HOklEI, .v
WAGONS repaired and all kinds of new
work. H Frost, 14th and Leavenworth.
CARRIAGE painting, repairing. Cass St
. Carriage Worka. Wood at Anderson, 1801
Cass St. TeL 2471. P-M34I II
FIRST-CLASS painting, trimming, repair
lng, rubber tires put on; also carriages
for sale. Wm. Pfelffer, 2620 Leavenworth.
FOR RENT stable room for six horses.' 602
No. 17th. P m730 !
FOR SALE, a good riding horse, safe for
lady. Address D 60, Bee. P-M808 16
FOR SALE or trade, a good surrey. 101
So. lth. P-M827 Six
FOR SALE, ten teams of horses cheap.
Apply to E. llayden, care Hayden Bros.
FOR SALE, safe horse for lady or children
and new rubber tire phaeton, at bargain.
Inquire Mrs. Auer, 818 N. 19th St., South
Omaha. P-M1E7 17
New and Jdhand typewriters. 1119 Farnam.
INDIAN goods and relics. Ill Farnam.
2DHAND safe cheap.
Derlght. 1118 Farnam.
T. DL'RKIN, electrio light wiring. TeL 2448.
FOLDING camp cots. H. R. Wykert, 701 S.16
. g M008 M21
TELEPHONE poles. Ixjng Fir timbers.
Chicken fence. Oak piling. 8ul Douglas.
CATALOGUE cut drug prlcos free. Sher
man McConnall Lrug Co., Omaha,
FOR BALE, secondhand Locomobile: In
Orst-claas shape, at one-half price. Call
or address, 1621 Farnam bt. Q M&46
BUSINESS college scholarship for sale at
a bargain in one 01 Omaha s leading com
merclal colleges; life scnolarshlp. Address
a i, Bern omce. Id716x
FOR SALE. Remington typewriter No. 6.
new, 860;. first otter accepted. Address
C 84, Bee. - y M6K5 8V
NO. t REMINGTON cheap. F. D. Wead,
uu fougiaa OL liIM
FOR SALE, Crane hydraulio elevator, ean
cs uaea uiosr passenger or ireignt, com
plete. Iron guide posts, cage and wire
enclosures. J. t uranaeia Bona. '
WIRE fence for hogs, poultry, lawn and
larens. wire works, til o. loth. Tel. Hao.
h - -.. QW87 Jyli
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to any
otner - musical instruments, o up. 'ins
commoian rnonograpn Co., itiii Farnam.
FOR SALE First mortgage note bearing 6
per cent interest, payanie every' six
months; haa about 21 years to run; good
security and endorsed by responsible,
party; amount, . ,). inquire C. at.
jsaonman, nooto ml, faxton block.
FOR SALE, complete railroad srradinr nut.
111, coneisiing 01 a graaers. u dump wag''
ons, 60 dump cars, rail, 10 scrapers and
miscellaneous toola. Address Butler Bros..
v.. . u Minn, iua
GasoJIns gtoves' cleaned. 8421 Cumlog gt
.11. ..- ... . . e 1 . .j. W saw .
FOR SALE. 1 23 ft. Naphtha launch, 660; 1
o-ik oapntna launon, ftuoo. .Apply to w.
b. uaiaun.. mm arnara ac - y M..M st
FOR BALE, twelve avruD .waif soda foun.
tain, w in take piano. In exchange. , Ad-
areas u h, nee. (4 a jei4
FOR SALE, 1 laundry washing machines,
one not water neater and tank, for eta.
tlonary wash tub. Apply M. J. Frank,
ah cu ana notei. . . v w 840 17
ORIENTAL Rug man: repairing and clean
lng ny tne only oriental, with oriental
methods, mo steam, no machine, no acids
to injure your rugs, xaminosian. M'V St
Mary's ave. 'Phone B-2309, R M358 17
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1614 Caas street.
1 B 143
MRS. CARRIE SMITH, SOVEREIGN
LAm yutdM ot clairvoyants, Every,
thing told; past, present and future. Sat
isfaction or no, pay.. 807 N. 18th. 8 MJ66
MME. OYLMER, genuine palmist.. 816 8. 10.
B 14a .
MADAME LUCRETIA, medium, 709 Cr.lt.
fornla ac a-Ml.,1 ji
MASSAGE and flushing treatment. Chronic
cases aoiiciteu. . . , .--u ,u,i
atreeU T-M724 24
MME. SMITH, baths, lit N. 16, 2d floor, r. 3.
GRACE O' BRYAN of Kentucky. 720 S. 13th.
ELEGANT massage and vapor baths, alco.
hoi rubbing, ansa nvwuu, win
. Flat E. . T M910 &
BEATRICE HARLOW, elegant massage
Dams; assistant, wi on.,
MISS DUVAL, manlourlng.
(19 S. lth st.
Flat X x
GLADYS 8HEPARD, masssge, vapor and
aiconoi patna, u uuui, V! jt;'"".
'A M227 J -8
MRS. DAVIS, 1621 Howard st,, baths; nrst-
class asatstant. .
DR. ROY. chiropodist; corns and superflu
hair removed by electricity. R. 3 an
3, X506 Farnam 8L .
ELITE PARLORS. 614 8. 16th Bt. Mor.
ViAVI a wholesome nerve and tissue food
and home treatment for disorders of
.... A ' I . . Oil, Da.
women. rea uwuii. v-v--
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. tnessengers.
140,000 IN cash prises: particulars 10 cents.
11. vv. lAr, ueii. Arji. , wm uuu, .vw
U M808 19
MAGNET PILB KILLER.
At druggists, u
HOME during confinement; flrst-clasa. Dr.
. ....... o . Til A iDI,am. U- 1109
f . I - aiHtVr, UW- OIVMUW. MWM. V -J -
C EDERER. Bristol St florist Tol. 17.
THE VIEREOfJ Fire Escape savea lives
That's all. Room t. Barker block. Tel.
A-3396. U-U1S4 16
MRS. JACOBSON. 2208 N. 80th St
PRIVATE hone during confinement; babies
aaoplea. tne uvwi csmsrusn oamiar.uin,
738 ut ave.. Council Bluff, la. U M4i8
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; babies boarded and adopted.
Mra. Gardeis. 34 Lake. Tel. Red-18a4.
RUPTURE CURED without pain. Empire
Kupture co., t. 1. uie Biag., umiu.
WANTED, someone to share freight car,
olng west Portland or Seattle. Addreae
Bee. i' Jul nr
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city loans and warranto, - W
. Farnam Smith A Co., UJO Farnam street
I i . W 41
MONEY TO LOAN REAL, ESTATK.
4H PER CENT on business property,
t per cent on residence property.
Options to psy whole or part any time.
W. B. MF.IKLE, 401 8. 1TH ST.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. At. c. meters Co., 1703
Farnam St., Bee Bldg.. W 156
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
'1 nomas, first Mat. Bang Blug. .Tel. 1"48.
. W 168
Sherwood, 937 N. Y. Llf.
. - W-1&9
4 TO t P C money, ' Bemls, Paxton Block.
. .. W 163
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1H
Farnam. 1 w 165
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
MONEY TO LOAN r.
FURNITURE AND SALARIES.
tlO to 8300 loaned on FURNITURE, PI
ANOS, etc., and to tIAUAHlfcU PEOPLE
at very low rates snd for sny length of
time, without publicity or removing the
property. Payments can be made to suit
your convenience. Call and get our terms
before going elsewhere.
RELIABLE 4JHEDIT CO..
Room 80s. Paxton iBlock. Room 808.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURE. PIANOS. LIVE STOCK,
BALhAHlr.9, E. IC
Low rates and easy terms.
Try us If you want to save money.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
633 Paxton Block. lblh and Farnam Sts.
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTE, ANY
AAiuuni: uuu xia&co, ladi t a 1 -MINI'S;
CONFIDENTIAL. THE STAR
LOAN CO., ROOM 644, PAXTON BLOCK.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business conno?entiai, lowest rates.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
-''- X 166
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew-
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed,
819 8. 13.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., sue to u. ureen, k. s. Barker tk
SALARY LOANS UPON PLAIN NOTES.
American Loan Co., Paxton block. 3d floor.
- ; X-168
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
"SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms, 40 offices In prin
cipal cities, Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
: ,CAj I TO GET
Best 'explains our methodK. '
. We loan on furniture, .pi;: iios, warehouse
receipt, etq. Or If you have a permanent
poaltloc we can makeVou a
:. SALARY' LOAN .
Without security, except. your own agree
ment to repay. Our service Is culck and
confidential and we always try to please.
All that we ask Is that von give, us a call
before you borrow elsewhere.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN'TO,
119 Board of Trade Ulilg. ,Tel. J298.
(EslabJlshed 18U2.) , jaqG.SQ.46th St
. , i", X M7OT-
WHEN you want, to buy, sell olf exchange
. any property or buainese. d.ulck,,ee J. H.
. Johnson, 843 I -Y4-IJfe;'p...... . Y-168
TO LEASE QR FOR SALE, good business
lot, 113x195, on 11th, , sou;h of cement
works. Box C 36, Bee. . .. Y M231 27x
HOTEL FOR BALE With furniture com-
lete brick, 46 rooms; city of 9.0U0; good
usiness; good reason for selling at half
of the cost. Write for particulars, picture,
etc.,- to J. H. Wooley Sole Agent, Grand
Island. Neb. .. Ym-725 16
MAN with $1,000 to $1,500 to Invest In a
profitable business of which he will have
principal charge. D 46, Bee,. . . Y 771
A BIG BARGAIN, a $5,000 stock of gents'
furnishing goods In fine condition. Wil
liamson Bros., Maltland. Mo. Y 768 18
MINING In Wyoming. For reliable Infor
mation regarding mines and other Indus
tries address F. A. Carpenter, 264 . 3rd
. street.. Laramie. ' Wyo. .. Y-796-Jel2
A TRIED AND PROVEN
GREAT MONEY-MAKING ENTERPRISE.
For thirty years C. E. . .tnd has promptly
' fulfilled all contracts and stands ready to
do so for thirty years more. The C. E.
Rand 'company, co-operative owners of
race horses and general turf enterprises,
have never paid less than 8 per cent per
week to all Investors. Dividends are re
mitted on Wednesday of each week. All
Investments subject to withdrawal, with
Interest to date, upon demand. Write for
Particulars. Note carefully the new aJ
retw. THE C. E. RAND COMPANY,
. 32 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.
, - ' Y-824 16x
ONE-HALF Interest In an -old-established
real estate rental and Insurance business
In Omaha.- Addiess D 67, Bee.
. Y-M83J 17
82,800 SECURES a - business In a city of
6.000 population that will pay a positive
net Income of $136 per month. Address
E. C. Pease, 310 Locust Bt., Des Moines,
la. YM850 22
A FINE BUSINESS OPENING.
For Sale, stork of groceries, dry goods.
house and store, wortn n,tw. tnai win
show net profits of $l.20 per year. In
flourishing town In southwestern Iowa.
-This must be sold at once for caatl on ac
count of health of owner. For other
stocks, farms and ranchea call on or write
Cornelius A Brown, Hastings, Neb.
- Y M842 18
FOR EXCHANGE, a country stock of gen
eral merchandise, pougnt less tnan niteen
months, consisting- of - medium-priced
dress goods, calicoes, prints, percales,
sheeting, shirting, muslins, outing flannel,
lawns and all kinds of notions, Ladloa.'
men's and children's furolehlng goods,
etc. . No fixtures or millinery.: Lines all
well filled and In first-class condition.
Stock Invoiced st about tlO.auO. all solid
goods, open and subject to Inspection;
never was traded before; a majority of
stock Is summer goods. Owner in debt.
Will give a good trade for a small amount
cash and some property; will sssume
some. This Is a rare opportunity. Address
m- Hall bldg., Kansas City, Mo,
lf M841 IT
FOR' RENT; laundry building, for steam
laundry; also building, wiiu Doner ana
engine and line ahaft, for. manufacturing
purposes; situated In town of 1,200 to
1,600 people. Address D 61, Bee,
v Y-MS54 18
FRUIT farm, -4 miles from Council Bluffs,
to exchange for omana property, w, 11.
Gates, 617 N. Y. Life. 'Phone 1294.
'lr 8-19 17
FOR BALE REAL ESTATE.
I GET CASH QUICK for your real estate
or business. If you wish to sell, send
description and price. Booklet free. No
communion. Emerson DePuy, Specialist,
Des Moines, la. ... RE Ntui Juliet
AII I lAMCflM CHARLES E..
RANCH and farm landa for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllester. land commissioner, Union Pa
cini) Headquartera, Cunaha, Neb.
postorhce, for a
Bene w a A Co.
lut N lath.
WANTED An owner to build modern nine
room house for aood tenaat without chll
dren, who will pay 860 a month and take
t t nut lease, juiurese u vt. bm.
Did ht mean "odtwrftW
FOR HALF KKAI. F.STATR.
EIGHTY acres In Burt county, Nebraska,
well Improved, for sale, 817.60 per acre; on
easy terms; will take good cattle and
horses or merchandise for equity. What
have you? M. 11. Davis, Decatur. Neb.
86,Wio 10-room house, I acres fruit, near
Benson car line.
$9110 6-rootn cottage, 27th Ave. and Grant;
W. N. NASON, 444 Bee Building.
14,000 seres In 160 to 640-acre farms at from
i.'b to 846 per acre. Best corn land In
Nebraska Improved and unimproved.
Near to city, school and churches. Only
126 miles from Omaha,. Low railroad rats
CHA8. BLIXT LAND CO.,
701 South . Sixteenth Street. Omaha.
RE M66S It
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city) also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 608 Bee Bldg. RE 174 ,
NEW five-room cottage, modern, sightly
location, south front, one block from
street car, lot 40x132, with alley In rear,
small barn, 6 large nyimi In house besides
bath and good cellar. Big bargain at
81,750. Harrison A Morton. 812-lS N. Y.
Life. Tel. 814. RE 8S8
ELEC automobiles. Derlght, lilt Farnam.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th.
REPAIR lawn mowers, bicycles; lock
smithlng; wire work. C. Jarl, 712 S. 16th.
BICYCLES and repairs. Fresh tires, 81.60
to 84 60; Hartford tires, $5.60 per pair. AH
. the popular brands for cash or credit.
Louts Flescher, 1623 Capitol Ave. Tel. 814.
.11 - J4
WE BUY and sell second-hand wheels; re
pairing a specialty; lawn mowers snarp
ened and repaired. E. K. Lawrence, 27u3
Leavenworth St. Tel. L1676. M543 J8
J. P. HEALY, 1822 Clark St..
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds xf carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree, 20th
and Lake Sts. 870
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
A. J. PIERSON, 20th and Burt. Tel. L-2836.
SEND your carpet and niKS to Chrlsten-
aon's Carpet Cleaning Works, 2221 N. th
Bt. A el, lt9. ia
TEL. toe Carpet cleaning, rug weaving. '
F. C. CLARK, Dentist, formerly of Council
Blums, now located at 2iia Cuming bc
, ' ' -M723 24,
C. H. PAUL, removed to -residence,- XX.I
Burt. Tel F 2763. M-W66
CAPT. CORMACK. 617 Karbach. Tel. A-2832.
SECRET SERVICE expert operators. Ad
dress u z. Bee. aae iix
CLOSE drug buyers cull or write Ross-
Flowers ec Co., 1617 arnam St., uinana,
Neb. M'J02 26X
O. R, Rathburn Room 16, Com'l Nat. Bank.
J. H. BOONSTRA, office 1616 Howard St.
TeL 947. -664 J&Sx
FARMS FOR SALE.
EXCURSIONS TO CANADA
Our next excursions to Canada leave May
6 and May 19. Round trip rate, 14. Send
tor our free books telling all about
Canada, the land that offers the best .op
- portunltles for homeseekers and investors,
HA8T1NUS A HEYDEN,
610 N. Y. Lift Bldg., Omaha, Nsb.
HESS A BWOBODA, 1415 Farnam. 186-
L. HENDERSON, florist, 1619 Farnam St.,
, Omaha; send for price list. 686
ANTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co. cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage
and dead animate at reduced prices. tiJl
N. 16th. Tel. 1779. ' 187
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO., Bee Bldg. TeL 2536.
LADIES and gents', 60c Bchwarts's, 114
. utn. its
CRYSTAL ICE CO. 'Phone 802.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
BTILLMAN A PRICE, 23 U. 8. N'l B k. bid,
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., 1st floor N. Y.
Cl re Bldg., attorneys and collectors every
MACFARLAND A MAY. New York I.lfs
Bldg., Room H. 'Phone 15J2. 198
OMAHA Bteam Laundry and City Towet
uuppiy. ' I7a0 Leavenwortn. Tel. A-1783.
BUARPENED. P. Melcholr. Uth A Howard.
LA UN MOWERS sharpened, saws filed, urn-
prenaa repairea, keys, etc., j n. loin.
lei zs.t. 75-tr
STRAYED One pair mare ponies. Ons
bay with whits face and both hind feet.
the other dark chestnut, both hind feet
white. No brand, w'elxht about 9u0 lbs.
each. Lsat seen May 10 running east of
Gibbon, Neb., along U. P. R. R. Re
ward for Information or return of same
to Jay H. Brink, Kearney, Neb. .
LO8T Black fur collarette at Boyd's the.
ter Tuesday evening. Finder please no
tify Bee omce uomvtyi la
LOST, lady's round Mose.le pin. set In oxl
dlsed gold mounting. Suitable reward if
returned to tv. C. Goaa, room 21. U. 8.
Nat'!. Hank Bldg lx' n 15
PETERSON A Lundberg. 118 S. 17th. TeL
ER. TRIES treats successfully all diseases
ana Irregularities or women, from any
cause; experienced, reliable. 1613 Dodee,
Arlington block, Oroaba, Neb, Tel. &43.
THOS. J. KELLY, voice. Davldge Block.
l.ETOVSKT'8 ORCHESTRA. Tel. I,-tl
Terms reasonable. M368 It
FOR RENT,- piano players, or piano and
p'ayer together. 1'lano A'layer Co., i el.
OID. E. A ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 616, New York Life Bldg. TeL 1".
The Hunt Infirmary, McCagus Bldg. Tel. 2
AT7.EN A FARWELL Infirmary, Paxton
OIOCK, etH-7. . 'l ei. JSflO. -MSW.
H. J. COWOILL No fee unless successful.
818 B. 16th 8U. Omaha, TeL 179S. 801
PATENTS Sues A Co., Omaha. Neb.
lustratea patent book tree. Tel. ltua.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing, all business confidential. 190l uougiaa,
PRINTING,' BRIEFS, ETC.
WATERS Prlndiig Co. Linotype composi
tion. Tel.. 21 90. . vti
CALL up Gardner Printing Co., Tel. AS261,
lor all kinds ot iod printing. ti( a l.itn at.
BARRICK Roofing .Co., 1616 Cuming St.
iai, vox. iw
OMAHA Rug Factory, 1521 Leaven. Tel. 2068.
EEDS AND POULTRY SUPPLIES.
ULLERY CO., 1611 Howard St. Tel. 3327.
J. E. WALLACE, 606 S. 13th Bt.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
MOSUER 8.H., Touch T.W;, Bus. Branches,
Teleg. Cat. free. Om. Com. COL, 17 ec uoug.
A. C. VAN BANT S school. 717 N. Y. Life.
NEB. Business A Shorthand College, Boyd's
Theater. - mo
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING..
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
OM. Van Btor. Co.. 1611 Farn, Tela. 1669-862.
- ......... -
EXPREBSMAN'S Del. Co. Tela.
8TO VJCS stored and gasoline stoves cleaned.
omana Stove Repair .works. TeL 960.
- - M214
OCT RATE . raffroad tickets - everywhere.
r. i. Bnuoin, iwj arnam. '1'none im
. - , ... . ' 215
TREES AND SHRUBS.,
HAZELDELL NURSERY. Office 8208 N,
Z4th. . Trees., shrubs and roses. M6S1 80
, TRUNKS A.Vp BAGGAGE,
THE DEPOT on time. L. M. E.
: PROPOSALS FOR FIVE BUILDINGS.
etc. Department of tje Interior, Office of
Indian Affaire., wasolngtpn, J, C. Hay 9.
1S03. Sealed proposals, endorsed "proposals
for Buildings, etc. Rapid City, South Da-
soia. ana enoresBeo ro tne t-orrrminsioner
of Indian Affair. Washington, D. C, will
pe receivea at tne inaian umce until 1
o'clock p.' m. of. Wednesday, June 10.
J903, for furnishing and delivering .fte
necessary materials and labor reqtrnti
to construct eot eornplete a fraiye em-,
ploy-es"1 o-uartmr. a. frame addition to laun
dry snd a IjcJrk empj-s' qua.rtera, sD with
piurarmig gna nrpu wwi gas piisng; ajao an
addition tp a hrlek dormitory, wfrh lifumb
Ing and gasoline 4-as piping, aart a (rams
acetylene gas house, with plumbing and
neat, an at tne niaian scnooi. Kapia city,
8. D., In ctrlct accordance with plana,
specifications and Instructions to bidders.
which may be examined at this office, the
office of the improvement Bulletin, Mm
neapolis, Minn.; the Pioneer-Times, Dead
wood, 8. D. ; The Bee, Omaha, Neb.; the
Pioneer Press. St. Paul. Minn.: ths Bui d.
ers' and Traders' Exchanges at Omaha,
Neb., Milwaukee, Wis., and Ht. Paul, Minn.
tha Northwestern Manufacturers- Assocla
tlon. St Paul, Minn.; the U. 8. Indian
warehouses at No. 265 Bo.-Canal St.. Chi
cairo. 111.. No. MS Howard St.. Omaha. Neb.
and Nos. ns-vji wooater St., New xorg
Cltv. and at the school.
Bids are also requested for furnishing
a Quantity of gas nxturea In the brick school
house and brick dormitory In the course of
erection at the above --mentioned school.
Lists of the artlclea are also on file at the
above mentioned places.
For further Information apply to Bam B,
Davis, Supt. Indian School, Rapid City,
South Dakota. A. C Tonner. Acting Com,
nilssloner. M 12-14-16-18-21-23-26-28-
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY HORRRB
Office O. Q. M , St. Paul, Minn., May 4
19u3. seaiea proposals, in triplicate, will be
received at tnis omce untu 11 o clock a. m.
May 19, 1908. and opened than for furnlbh
ins ana aetivery at rort laies. n. 11.. u
cavalry horses. Bids for less lhan the en
tire numDer requirea ana ror aeMvary a
faints other than Fort Yates will be en
prtalned. Delivery to commence within ;
weeks after notice of award, and be com
pleted witnin so nays tnerearter. Roans,
light and dirk aorreia desired. Full In for
inatlon may be had at this office. United
States reserves tne rignt to accept or re
lect any or all proposals or any iiart
inarsoi.-icv. cj. t-jcu, l.. w. m.
DEPOT, Q. M. DEPT.. JEFFERSON
VIl.C!-;. ju.. way , i-juj. soaled pro
posais, in triplicate, win L-e received here
until 111 o cioi'g a. m., May la, ijuj, for
furnishing snd delivering 460 Armv Hantu
at thla Depot. Preferences given to ankles
of domestic production. Tne right rt serve
to reject or accept any or all 01,1s or an'
part thereof.. -Envelopes containing pro
posais to be rnarkod Proposals for Armi
Ranges.' addressed to BAM. R. JONES,
Uuariermaster, u. B. A.
DAILWAY TIME CARD.
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QUEER reSULTJ-F A STRIKE '
Mexleaa Peoas Taka Twa Days . Off
ad Settle for Less Thaa '
"Of course you have; the real thing in
strikes. In this country" remarked Henry .
Dale of Ban Francisco at ihe Oxford hotel
In Denver recently, "but I can tell a story
of one strike that was the strangest that ,-
ever happened In ths west. Usually ths
strike is on account, ot wages. That was -the
case this time, but the adjustment waa
tar from ths usual In my business we lay
pipe lines In all parts of the west, 1 havs
to do with the carrying out ot many con
tracts. It was while superintending -one
of these jobs that I gained tba novel strike
experience. I have never beard of its equal
and no one I know ever teard of anything '
like it in this country. Our firm bad, a
rush contract for the laying of a pipe line "
near the Mexican border, a cliort distance
from Nogalei, Aril. I was 'sent out on the
Job. .It was a case -of dollars and cents to
us to get the work finished on time. .This .
was duly impressed upon me, and I was .'
given liberal' leeway in the 'matter -of ex- - 1
pendlturcs. ' . '
"Down In that section the only .class 'of
labor' that -.can be gotten Is tha Mexican
peons. I knew something of their traffs,
but had not had a great deal of expert- ,.'
ence with them. It was a case ef peons
or nothing, so I took the peons.' I thought
I would get a little more out of them hy . '
paying them $1 a day. , - They were so. ,-
customed to receiving 76 cents. .That Is
where I made the mistake!. . With tba gang
of 100 men or mors I. got .the work wall
started. The laborers seemed satisfied and'-;
went along about their work for tome time. '4
Then I noticed that something was wrong.
Finally they sent one of tbelr number to " '
tell me about It. This one could speak; '
English and bs explained that the , men .
bad beard that in some parts of the coun- '
try laborers received 11.86 per dsy. They'
thought they should have the same. That
stumped me.' I explained that I was pay- ,
Ing absve tha regular teals, and could not
afford to pay more. The Interpreter told
about this to ths men. They remained
sullen, but finally they decided to quit -
work. There was so. need of violence or ."
Intimidation because It wag not possible
to obtain otbsr peons. I was lost. Ws did
not have any too much time, anyway, and
I feared we would lose. ' ,
"This condition of affairs continued twa -
days. It waa getting monotonous on -the .
third day when a scraggly little man smhled ..
Into camp. He looked a peon, but bis first
word to me Indicated that he wag of '
Hibernian ancestry. Hs came to the. point i.
at once. His first proposal was that he
could settle the strike. One hundred dol
lars was his price, and, he -agreed' to save .
me more than that. The ' little fellow
went among the men and talked to them
tn their own lingo. He gesticulated lust as
they did. Probably his harsh exercise ef -tbe
hands had something ta do with It, for
hs came back to me In a short ' time' end
ssld that It was all' right, that tbs man.,
would go back at the rate of 76 cents day. i
And tbsy did, too. That was two years '
ago and I have been trying to convince '",
myself ever since that the 'little fellow;
with the merry eye did not start that strike .
on me and then collect his fes for settling '.'
It" Deavtr Republican. v . .
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