Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 26, 1903, Page 9, Image 9
T17E OMAHA DAILY BEEt TUESDAY, MAY 2fl, 1003. n SPECIAL NOTICES " . ,, . . . . . , Advertisement foe these ealassne will be takea nntll 12 m. far the Ttalnc edltloa nl natll SJIO . as. foe MsruInK and Sunday edltloa. Rales. 1 J -2c a word Srst lasertlea, l a word thereafter. Netalaa- tikra far less thaa Utic tor th drat laieer tloaj Tbeae advertleesaeats Safest k raa eeaseratlvely. Advertisers, ay reqaeetlagr a kered check, fti have aaawora ad. dreeaed to a aemkered letter la cara af The flee. Aaawera ao addreaaed will he delivered oa preacataltoa af tha heck oalr. WAHTED-MAUt HELP. BOYLES COLLEGE. A, High ,1'uub actiool 01 business, shortnand, lOucn typewriting una Anglian branches. DAY AND EVENING. Call, write ur 'pnone tor proapectus. ii. li. BOKLbrf, freaiotnl, N Y. mug., Omaha, Neb. B lu4 Fl HUT-CLAWS messengers wanted; good fcalary. A. U. '1. Co., 313 So. Jth at. MAN AND WIFE for cooitlng and dining room work, a month, room and board; guoa place; steady work. Ed Cuthberlson, uianvuie hotel, Humphrey, Nab.' U M17I 26x TWENTY-FIVE school teacher, for Bum mer work at good aalarle.. Bee Manager, ami Wars but. B M2 WANTED Bo with wheel. Good wages, tsuesjnim iv. Mecuiiiiull Drug Co., ijr. lath- and Dodge. B M244-'- WANTED ' MEN EVERYWHERE Good pay; ttt dlatiiiiut clroulara, adv. matter, tack; signs, eio.-, ho canvassing. National Adv. uureau, Chicago, - ' b-M ffli BOYS for work In Beet Fields of Northern Michigan. Nice trip by' boat, five months' slay by the lake, good wages, easy, round uiu tiansiiortaUon " free, ship June 3d. Omaha Employment Bureau, 121 N. 16th su . .,- .. . i - m BOOKKEEPER and generat'office man for Beet Suuar factory in Northern Michigan. A tip-top Job lor the right man. Omaha k,mpioment bureau, in ittn St. - B-MM2 26 of Northern Michigan. Five months' work I . .1 I.),.. A ... .. II,, 1 IVVBLVU 111 lBLn9 . 1 1111, f, I'MU J AW, ,11110 tilil- big, 41 re rent and tree transportation oth ways, ship June 3d. Omaha Em- -pipyment Hureau.'-iu in. mm si. S-M44 24 WANTED, men to learn barber trade: . systematized courae of practice and In--iiructlons that saves yeara; established In lww: splendid season to begin; tools. diplomas and positions given. Call or write. Moler Barber College, 1303 Douglas treat. n M4m MX WANTED, for V. 8. army, able-bodied un married men between ages of 21 and 16; citizens of 'United State, of good char acter and temuerate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For infor mation apply to i-iecruiung umoer, iin and Dodgq bta., Omaha, and Montgomery -puuaing, Lincoln, isto. - WANTED, ooachman;- references. Apply 1&!3 Bo.- zth Bt. u 4T WANTED, 25 good concrete men for work en 'streets.' Apply at ittn ana j ats., Ureen River Asphalt Co., i.ineoin. B M4B2 27x SALESMEN, WAITED. WANTED, two salesmen, salary or com mlsstun. C V. Adams Co., 1610 Howard St - i '10 SALESMEN for Lambert Twpe writers, t'JO. . None better. Monro Co., Ill N. lath. ' 1 WANTED FEMALE HELP. lfy Glrls Call Canadian office, lfith di Dodge WANTED, girl for general housework. lunO Georgia Ave. . C 706 WANTED, girl for general housework in a family of three; good wages to- corupe ,.Uat Jrtrl. 904, -Chicago ,llu.', . C lift. SETTLED woman to do general ' house work. ' 730 tSouth' Thirteenth st. C M211-J1 WANTED Girl for general housework. 28i California' atreet. Call after a p. m. . ' Q Mit6- WANTED Experienced crockery. sVles lady. Address E 40. Bee. CM242 WANTED, German cook, 1&06 Webster St. - , . C 292 26x WANTED, girl for general housework. JSU Chicago Bt. , , C Milt & WANTED, ladles to learn hairdresslng, manicuring or facial massage; thoroughly ' jiystematlsed course that saves years; free clinic, expert Instructions, etc.; tools, diplomas and positions given. Bee our offer and -catalogue. Moler College, 13U2 Douglas SU. . C M424 2x. WANTED Girl for general housework; family of three, residing In small flat. Work easy. .Call 2117 Sherman Ave., ' second floor. C tot 26x WANTED Experienced shlrtmakera. None other need apply; K. H. TerriU, Room Faxton Block. C Mtuo 2ux WANTED A' cook at Presbyterian hospi tal, corner 36th and Martha sts. ; : C M!7t 87 EXPERIENCED crockery saleslady. Ad dress, with reference, A. oi, ee. c Mta a GOOD girl for general housework, 1024 Park avenue. c Mtra-zxx FOR HEICP-HOVgES. TO MOVE right get Omaha "Van Storage . . ' , D 117 Uni ICPQ'" " Prt ' the city. R. Peter Co.. Bee Bldg. FOR RENT, -room house, all modern ex cept furnace. ',H N. 8oth St., Iju.ou. C. M. Bachman, 4iW-ii 1'axton BIk. D tig FOR KENT, near High achool. ZtAi 4Japltol Ave., lu-room rnodern, 340. Tel. 173. B- H - MouIbou, &t Capitol Ave. HOU8ES-15 upward. Berals, Paxton BIk. '' ' D lib CENTRAL, modern, S-roora fiat,-J30 N. 23d street. ' D M2tU 160 BOUTH 2M, 4-room flat; 310. " ill So. 23d, s-room Mat, bath: $. . . v. m, K,. 1 otter, receiver, 3ui( Brown BIk. . ; DM-SiiS. houses w;.': aw u , -115 ICIQHT-room brick: all modern conven taneea. Keyg 3ul Capitol ave.. Adjoining. D Mm ;t,x FOR RENT, modern 8-room house. Its nor ii. j. " muBur, uui liuuiq aireec. D 18 ,i m U ' 1 1 ,,. , i . . . . 4-ROOM house, 2314 Boulevard ave., newly ipeu vim pNinieg, ea.vu. ' - t-ioum, i'l.J fc'outh 2d. 35. WALT Kit KUEEN, 30 South 13th Bt. D Mj9 ROUSES. Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker BIk. . . O-I20 FOR RENT. May 1. l-roon, brick, modern. Inquire SiO N. 23d St. . D Mao WE MOVE Pianos. Masxard Van A Btnr. age Co. Tel. ItW. Office, 1711 Webster 8t D-M121 PAYNE-B08TWICK CO.-Cholee houses. tl-3 New York Life Bldg. 'Phone lOli. - - li IM EIGltT-RP'JM cottage. 711 So. Wh St. D M774 FOR RENT, summer cottage, furnished, near Manltou. Colo. Apply to Mrs. W. R. Bowsn, 316 N. 4Jd, Omaha. D MS54 Tt FOR RENT, eight room detached house ni barn: Urtre.luwn and strictly modern. Apply 290 Dodg lit. Can be seen today. D lb2 ONE of Utose fine, all modern, 7-rooro brlrk bouaea. Jih and Isard Bta., t2000. G. E. V Turkmuton. tut Bee. D M224 l-ROOM SaU UU N. 17th at.", US. rOH HBJfT ROCICI. FOR RENT Large modem resident, No. 1k Georgia ave ; newly painted ana pa rered; all In good repair; M feet east front lot and clentr of shade. John W. Robblns, ia Farnam St. UMZIi 1 L. L. Johr.Son CO., 214 BO. 16th St. ISBBBBBSBSSBBSBBBSBBBBaSSBBBBSBSSMSBJBBSBSSBBBSSSSSSSSI D-M277 I6x ,. , . . FOH ftALaVUOHIES, Wav ETU, , FOR RENT. 3.18 a month, 7-room com- - - pleteiy modern house, nickel plated open WAGONS repaired and all kinds of new plumbing, house newly painted, papered work. H Frost, 14th and Leavenworth, and varnished throughout; good base- P 024 ment with slats laundry tubs. Beautiful : , , . , , . location; 10SS South 30th ave., near two FIRST-CLAPS -painting trimming, repair- Hanscom park car lines. The Byron Reed Ins, rubber tires put on; also carriages Co., 212 B. 14th st D 293x (0r sale. Wm. Pfelffer, 230 Leavenworth. P 470 ELEGANT S-room house, modem Improve- , , ments, 325 per month, water rent Tree. MAKE me an offer for my open carriage, 2217 Cans St. Inquire Jos. Goldsmith, trap, rockawajr or runabout. Address, . room 13, United States Bank Building. a 24, Bee. P M20924 D Mt022x I . L. , FOR RENT stable room for alx horses. 07 FOR RENT, It-room brick residence, 131 o. 17th, P m730 ! Bouth 25th street, in good repair, bath, . , , gas, stenm heat. Apply to ft. Onrrett, : : - 144 N. 33d Bt D M381 29 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT. 3-room house, 2S3S Famara Nw and Sdhand typewriters, ill Farnam. St.; modern except furnace, In complete Q--U6 repair, newly papered and painted . - throughout Inquire at 07 N. Y. Life bldg. INDIAN goods and relics. UU Farnam.' ' D M Q 13 10-ROOM house central location, all mod- 2DHAND safe cheap. Deright, 1113 Farnam. ern; enquire of T. J. Beard dc Bro., 1410 . . U 430 Douglas St.- Dm462-2S i , 7 i - IRON AND WIRE fences, tree guards. FOR RENT, modern dwelling apartment, trellises. Western Anchor Fence Co., and a suite of two nice office rooms, both 206 No 17th at . U--M244 In the Kavldge building, opposite city hall. -v - JOHN W. R6BBINS, 1802 FARNAM BT. T. DURKIN, electrio light wiring. Tel. 244S. D M297 I ' .. Q MS60 . TELRPHONE poles. Long Fir timbers. HELP WANTED. Chicken fence. Oak piling. 01 Douglas. Q ' DEPUTIES, men or women; splendid con- , , ... tract The Gardners, 407 Bee building. ' CATALOGUE cut drug prices free. Bher- M113 man MoCcnnell Drag Co., Omaha, , i. , , ' . a , a i2i FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR BALE, secondhand Locomobile; In 1 first-class shape, at one-half price. Call DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam. or address, 1621 Farnam Bt Q M&46 ; E 123 , - - .w ' m " BUBINESfl college scholarship for sale 'at AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th Jodg a bargain In one of Omaha's leading eom- ' ' ' ' M 2 merclal colleges; life scholarship. Address fTFe-KOOM cottage, modern; will furnish 8 7, " Q-M7ltx If desired. 8W B. frith st E fcl FOR SALE. Remington typewriter No , ROYAL HOTEL. European, 16th d Chlcjgo. B: Rnt 'CS,ptVM5" U M K. haul, trunks. T.l.phon. 7 . 'D?y che- V 31.00 TO W.00 per week. 423 S. ltth St., one T2KlttfihJrUX &P'M block south Fof court houae. K-127 .tiraT'iK cs V l wlr ROOMS, 31.60 to 33 per week; board. IS. "f Br.nd.l, Son. Thurston hotel, 16th and Jackson St.. ' K Mte3 31 WIRE fence for hogs, poultry, lawn, and NEWLY furnished. Car rooms; nice cTol Wire Work, 6lT B. 16tk Tel U90, place; If you want these rooms coma , ' soon. 8U B. 20th. E-1A.4U FOR BALE, phonographs, superior toany . I ; , .. r other musical Instruments, IS up. The 170S DODGE, flr.t-cla.8 board, 34 per week. Columbian Phonograph Co.. 1621 Fkrnam. home cooking; .Ingle meal 26c 0140 IS m72S J.I M l'. r '.-.w T T . , FOR BALE First mortgage note bearing -N. 17th at, neat, desirable room. per cent Interest, payable net tlx E M744 jen month.) has about thi years to run; goad t . . ' . " " - , , 1 'security and endorsed by reaponslbla LARGE south, front roomjflrst class loce party; amount, - 31. Inqulrs C, M. tlon; walking dUtanoe, 2224 Farnam Bachman, Room 421, Paxton block: ' - n-no j 666 LIGHT ' housekeeping for two. Tel. AtSGS. FOR BALE, complete railroad grading out- E M208. fit, eonslsttng of 2 graders, 81 dump wag- 1 ons, 60 dump cara, rail, 10 scrapers and NICE rooms, 2(80 Harney. Tel. LC666. miscellaneous tools. Address Butler Bros., - E M225 27x Bt Paul, Minn. Q M826 23 TWO large front room., modem. 714 80. FOR SALE, 1 23 ft. Naphtha launch, 1660; 1 17th ave. E M287 28x 26-ft. Naphtha launch, 3660. Apply to W. - 8. Baldutt, 1620 Farnam .t (3-M7M 26 ROOM, 1906 Capitol Ave. E M420 26x ' ; , , . 1 ... - FOR SALE, twelve-syrup wall soda foun- PLEABANT room for gentleman; privet. tain. Will take piano In exchange. Ad- famlly. 2223 Burt at.. . .. . E M447 27 dress D 64, Bee. Q 0-l Jel4 I ROOMS, light housekeeping. 1112 S. Utb, FOR SALE, electrio automoolle, perfect E M486 order, used short time; cost 1800, will take 1 1600. J. J. Deright dc Co.,, 111! Farnam. " ' ' ." ....... . Q-M126 FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD. T r , . PHOTOGRAPH -Car Yor sale.. Apply NICE rooms, steam heat, with or without Rose's Art Store. .. . . Q 2ao ChiCa.o0W M"i. W01'1'." FOR BALE. I horsepower ras engine, run ynicago. gJW lea than two years; good as new. Ad- 1B16 DODGE, front parlor and other room.. dross K ES, Bee. . O M446 26x i Telephce A-2407. F-MWI upriqht piano, oak casai cost 3360; C NICE room., good board. 4U N. .6 v Uke. It Keadta, 808 No 16th "jgjj R.t?e?tMd dJ flrt-Cl?- W SLffi . CLAIRVOYANTS. . . NICiCLY f ujc nlshed rooms, with er without MRS. CARRIE SMITH. - SOVEREIGN hoard: day 'board or meal ttekets rea- -LADY QUEKN of clairvoyants. Every, sonable. Midland bot.1. 16th and Chicago thing told; past, present and future. Sat- . BU. ' F M420 Isfactlon or no pay. 807 N. 18th. 8 M964 THE FARNAM, ISth and Farnam. F 841 MADAME' LUCRETIA, medium. 170 CelU ... . .. 1 . . fornla st " : S M458 J4 NICE atngle room, 609 80. 26th ave. " ' ' ' ' . " " ' . F m 728 ' " 1 1 1 -' ' 1 - " -7- ' ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. THE LAKOTA. beautiful rooms, newly ' furnished and renovated, modern, new .....u m w it oa . . management ; rooms by day. week of MMB. SMITH, bath., 118 M. IB, 2d floor J. j. month. . 1611 Howard. F-M150 J16 " T J6x SUITE of 8 unfurnished rooms with board- GRACB O'BRYAN, Bath. 720 a 13th. all modern conveniences; also 1 furnished ' 1 ftipJS room. "Phone F2738. Mrs. G. L. Dennis, ..D,rI, u i ri " . fa" 8- VUm baal.LelnwortTT FOR RENT, two office room. In thf ' T160 JelO Crounse block, 119 North 16th street, 111 ,,Ta nlIVi, .,iiHi.. siq a ie, t per month each. Inquire of H. J. Wind- MISS DUVAL, manjourlng., , SIS BKVa st ior, 1618 J)odge street. F-190 l ui ' . ' T-M536 JBx ROOM and hoard, reasonable;- all modern, SLSSm "V-M5 with.'phone A2693. 2406 Cass .t . ' claa. aaslsunt TMtetJ-l-tlx F M206 ooljme POWERS, 7 Bo. 13th. Tel. 1963. PRIVATE family, near-Hansoom park. . TM214 u BUMMER resort, The Merrlam. Mrs, Riley, . Manager. . FOR RENT CSFlIBMIdHBD ROOMS. FOR- RENT, unfurnished roomil single - and enaulte. Wlthnell bldg.. lath and Zlarqay. N. P. Dede Co., 114 arnam. FOUR basement rooms; take washing for rent, tu do. uui. v an FOR RENT STORES AMD OFFICES. FOR RENT, the bunaing rormeny occu pied by The Bee at 816 Farnam St. It has four stories and a basement which was ' formerly used as The Bee press room. . i 1 1 1 v. w t u4 v.ru Mmnn.hlv It lull .win - - f ' i.i.rui..: nclv at office of C. C. Rose- water, secretary,', room 100, Bee building. , I 261 ma nir.NT buildtnx-suitable for whole sale purposes at (ii Farnam, 22xW, four stories and nrsl-class cemented basement. ' elevator, nre ana - burglar proof vault, office counter and flxtums. For price and particulars inijmrv w. no. retary the Bee Building Co., room 100, Bee OFFICES In The Bee- building, 310.00 per month up; rental price inciuaes neat, light and Janitor service. R. C. Peters dt CO., grounu nour, on xiiug. itut AGENTS WANTED. WANTED, oil agents In every couptv; re liable, energetic men to sell on commis sion, specially to tha farmers and thresh era. our line of high-grade lubricating oils, greaeee, also roof, barn and houae palnta. Apply at once. Address The wooautna wit ana urease vo., iieveiano. onto. j wx WANTED,, can vasal ns agents In every county to solicit aubscrlptions to THIS TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER, steady employment with assured sood la- come. Agenta In the country with horse and buggy especially desired. Canvassers make easily 3M to lluw per month. Ad dress, Century Farmer Bollcltors' Bureau, DCI DUllUlDg. KJtnmjXWL. 4- jus LADY canvassers for something good. 1 L I I U,, ,...1. J . . . muiirue --w., iu uin. rf WANTED, magaxlne subscription agents. Authorised Illustrated History of at. Louis Exposition, published In consecutive issues or i.ampoeii s illustrated Journal, similar to that made of Chicago World' Fair. Exceptional opportunity. Large commission, eieaay worn until January, ltuo. vena iuc postage rur exposition dedl cation number, colored view book of ex position buildings, full particulars and territory. Aaareaa exposition Dept. campDeu a journal, ci. imis, aio. J-M190 2 WANTEDTO . BCY. M. GOODMAN, 371 or 1S21 Douglas street. pays casn i or ail sjnas pi mercnanais. . W MJ1 J-ltix EDISON rec ords for cash; state how many AU01 ess U U, two. N M4M 3 FOH SALfci-FlRXITVRR. CHICAGO Furnltura Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel. iiu. New and secend-hast bought, sold. axcoai'iiu. YOU CAN TALK TO OVER 30,000 - READERS WITH A LITTLE WANT-AD. alcohol baths, 2d floor, 606 North 16th st T M227 J3 MRS. DR. LEON, electric and medicated baths, restiui ana curative; nrsi-ciass at tendant 1621 Leavenworth, left hand flat, parlor. 4 and 6. J 4?S 27xr FERSONAU DR. SOT, chiropodist; corns and superflu ous nair removea cy electricity, n. s aiiu 8, IMS Farnam St. . . U IM TELEPHONE 780 for L, M. E. messengers. u isi 'KIP'S GUARANTEE" A 6c cigar that O. D. Klpllnger guarantee, to be good. rao. -M204 J1I u HOME during confinement; flrat-closs. Dr. I. t. Millar. K04 Blondo. 'Phone F-lin.. . U 163 VIAVI, a wholesome nerve and tissue food and nome ireaimeni ror aisoroers or women. Free booklet Vlavl Co., 348 Bee Bldg. U-447 UNCLE OSCAR," Havana filled 6c cigar; strictly hand made, rer.goy Moore, distributors. , . U M206 Jl PRIVATE hospital before and during eon- flnementj babies ooaraeo ana aaopiea. Mrs. Gardels. 2234 Lake. Tel, Red-1884. WHITE Russian Boap Wrapper Premium Btore will be closed June 1. ' Alter that time 'mall wrappers to Jas. 8. Kirk A Co., 826 N. Water Bt. Chicago: U-340-31 MAGNET PILE KJLLER, IT CURES. At drugguta, 11. u its ELITE PARLORS, 616 S. 16th St., Id floor. V M36S MRS. JACOBSON. 8206 N. 20th St v sju-jii SURGEON-CHIROPODIST, 613 Bee Bldg. U-U12I PRIVATB home during eonftneaaent; babies adopted. The uood Bamantan Mamtanam, T28 Lit ave.. Council Bluffs, la. U-Mti4 RUPTURE CURED without pain. Empire Itupture Co., N. X. Life Bldg., umana THERE are some men who know a good cigar and some who don t If you are among thoee who do you are already smoking the Stoecker cigar a If yeu are among those who don't you should smoke the Stoecker In order to be on the safe aide. W. F. STOECKER CIGAR CO. U-Mtll 88 PRIVATB sanitarium for ladle, before and during confinement Dr. and Mrs. Gertsch, M26 California St. Terms reasonable. U 4S1-J28 C EDBRXR. Bristol St florist. Tel. 178. U-163 MONET TO LOAN REAL ESTATE. WANTED, city leans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith A Co.. U30 Farnam street W 167 4A PER CENT on business property. I per cent on realdence property. Options to par whole or pert any time. W. U. MSIklLJC 401 g. 1TH ST. - jy-144 WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds . and warrants. R. C. Peter. Co., 1701 Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W 1M - FARM and city loans, low rate. W. H ' Thomas, First Nat Bank Bldg. Tel. IMS, W-16S PRIVATS money. Sherweod. gfl N- Y. Lift. W-168 4 TO I P C money. Bemla, Paxton Block. rr uu FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., iM r arnarn. m IDS PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1(24 Douglas. YY 1W MONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS. EASYTS Best explain, our methods. We loan on furniture,- pianos, warehouse receipt, etc Or if you have a permanent position we can make you a SALARY LOAN Without security, except your own agree ment to repay. Our servloe 1. oulok and confidential and we alwgy. try to please. All that we ask Is that you give us a call before you borrow elsewhere. OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO., lit Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2286. (Established 1892.) 806 So. lth St, X-Mf98- DO YOU NEED MONEY t . MONEY TO LOAN ..... FURNITURE XnD SALARIES. HO to 6300 loaned on FURNITURE, PI ANOS, etc., and to SALARIED PEOPLE at very low rates and for any length of time, without publicity or removing the property. Payments can be made to suit your convenience. Call and get our term, before going elsewhere. RELIABLE CREDIT CO.. Room 80S. Paxton Block. Room 80S. X-161 MONEY LOANED OT FURNITURE, PIANOS, LIVE STOCK. SALARIES. ETC. Low rates and easy terms. Business Confidential. -Try us If you want to save money. PHOENIX CREDIT CO., 881 Paxton Block. - 16th and Farnam PU. X-163 LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team aters, boarding houses, etc., without se curity ; easiest terms, 40 offices In prin- : cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade Bldg. - X 163 SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTE, ANT AMOUNT; LOW RATES, EAST PAY MENTS; CONFIDENTIAL. THE STAR LOAN CO.. ROOM 644, PAXTON BLOCK. X-164 MONET losned on plain note to salaried Reople; business confidential, lowest rates. 14 Paxton block. The 3. A. Hutton Co. X 1 MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 311 S.U, CHATTEL, .alary and Jewelry loans. Foley Loan Co., sua to D. Green, It 8, Barker bk X-167 SALARY LOANS UPON PLAIN NOTES. American Loan Co., Paxton block, 3d floor. X J 63 BUSINESS CHANCES. WHEN you want to buy, sen or exchange any property or business quick, see j. tu Johnson. 848 N. Y. Lite. Y-168 TO LEASE OR FOR SALE, good business lot, lllxlKS, on 11th, south . of csment works. Box C 86, Bee. T-M231 27x MINING In Wyoming. For reliable Infor mation regarding mines and other lndus- - trie, address h A- Carpenter, 264 3rd street Laramie. Wyo.. . Y-796-JeW FOR BALE, a good : furniture, hardware and undertaking business, store building and residence aiso. Addres. Box JU8. Ply- .snouuveD. ,. , x awn FOR Rent A restaurant doing good business. One block from the new Union depot, In -Fremont, Jiieb. . , .Wm. Arnold. 1 ouit o FINS office business, only $300. Investigate. .Aq0.res. Ji4 e, net. . , . x WOTTTIi ...... 1 .... with soda fountain, for sale In live gold mining . town of 8,000 population; clears 8300 per month. Will sell at Invoice about 82,800; must have all cash. C. W. Barker, - Lcao, o. a. . x W MUX 960-ACRE stock ranch; all fenced; stabling 160 cattle, 60 acres In rye; beat opening In this, cream of stock countries, 63,000; snort time oniy. . uox (a. tnaaron, nto. Y-M464 90 FOR EXCHANGE. TO TRADE A fine pearl-inlaid mandolin that cost 835 for a good bicycle. Address, E 66, Bee. Z M3926x FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. I7M BUYS small cottage on Boulevard ave nue, half block South Omaha oar line; house newly painted and papered: very easy terms. Walter Breen, 3o So. 13th. st RE M278 28 MONEY to loan on residence property. W, . H. Thoraea, First Nat Bank bldg. . RE-M467 28x Tukev & Son ACRE PROPERTY WITH HOUSES 36th and Kansas ave., 8-room cottage, with full acre of around: considerable fruit and hade; fine garden; -six block, from Flor untie car line. Price. 81.600. 2616 Blnney, 6-room bouse, with one-half acre of ground; an in very gooa .nape. Prlee. 12.400. 4H acres on 48th and Martha .t..; thl. ha. no improvement., out is very nne level land, all ready for planting. Price, 16S ner acre, on very easy terms. 12 acrea west of Florence, with fair, im provements. Price, 11,660. CLIFTON HILL HOUSES 412) Grant at.," I rooms, with two lots. Price, 1,M. 4206 Grant st., I room.; houae will be painted. Price. 81,860. S. K. corner. 4d and Lake, I room, and barn; all in the beat of snap. Fries, 81.600. ' Vacant lot on 26th, north of Chicago st 86x 1U6. 1T1C. )l,0t0. A. P. TUKEY A SON, 444-446 Board of Trad Bldg. RE M 480 28 FOR SALE A church property at 27lh and Bprague, also a cnurcn property at zew and Marcy. Inq. at 814 So. 3th. - RK-M270 29X I GET CASH QUICK for your real aetata or business. If you wish to sell, send description and price. Booklet free. No commission. Erasrson DePuy, Specialist. Pea Moines, I. RE-N602 Juneg tlll I I A MCnM CHARLES E 1308 Farnaan street. RE 460 HOUSES and loU In all part, af city; aiae acre property and farm lands. The O. F, Davis Co., Room 60S Be Bldg. RE 174 10-ROOM modern house, 11 blocks from postoffice. for sale cheap, log N. 16th. Benewa A Co. RB 173 MONEY to loan on business property. W. H. Thomas, First Nat Bank bldg. RE M 488 28X 86.600 10-room house. I acre, fruit, near Benson car line. 8900 e-room oottage, 87th Ave. and Oraot; monthly payments. W. N. NAooN, 444 Be Building. KK M636 RANCH and farm Unds for sale by the Unlea Paclflo Railroad company. B. A. McAllester, land commissioner, Union Pa cifto Headquarters, Omaha, Neb. RK 172 FOR BALE, fin lot Weat Farnam dis trict. 11,100; will take good horse aad buggy er tasa part payment Tel. Wdt. . K&-47I 2 FOR SALEREAL ESTATE. NEW WEST FARNAM HOME. A BEAUTIFUL 7-room, new dwelling near West Farnam car, with every modern convenience. Just ready to move right into, to be sold at once at very moderate price and reasonable terms. For full bartlcuiars see ua without delav. PAYNE BOBTWICK.A CO., Sole A sent. 691-2-8 N. Y. Life Bldg. Fhone 101. RE 439 tt SPECIAL A client of ours owns two cottages' near th and Lake sts., on which tnere is an encumbrance of about 7W. He wants to trade his equity for a good vacant lot. These cottage, rent for 16 per month. PATNB TMVFJTUFNT CO.. Main floor New York Lite Bldg. Phone 1781. S-ROOM, ALL MODERN. 4-room house, with furnace, porcelain bath, gas, sewerage, oak finish down stair., full east front lot on boulevard; no special taxes; owner compelled to make a change and offers the property for quick .ale at t:,600; most complete amajl home on our list; act quickly It In terested. . . HARRISON- A MORTON, 12-11 N: Y. Life. Tel. .814. ' - . RE-M38S. NEW J. ROOM COTTAGE, MODERN Sightly location, south front, ons block from car, "lot 40x132, with alley In rear, mall barn, 6 large rooms In house beside. bath and good cellar; big bargain af 31,760. HARRISON & MORTON. , 112-li N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 314. RE 860 MONEY to loan on improved property In . 1 V. U r.rtc.Ua nnA I 'rtll.li.il I J 1 1 1 w I u a 1 1 u , nuum uiiinii mm v u . . ........ . W. H. Tliymas, First Nat. bank bldg. RE M438ga FARMS FOR SALE. n . v.-.T ,m.iiiniv T3. . t f tTl 1 1. fl it H! DJiuri tuunii 1 iviij. w i. 110,000 for 22u acres about i miles south of xapill-on, aoout lou aurea miuci tuiu- vation, balance pasture and hay land; fair Improvements; rent for Wi goes to purchaser 84,000 cash, 36,000 long - - time i o lci win. GEORGE A- CO., 1601 Farnam St., Otaaha, VI li A. . UI B l u .u vuinii M450 81 AUTOMOBILES. ELEC automobiles. Deright, 1119 Farnam. 178 BALE TIES. OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th. BICYCLES. BICYCLES and repairs. Fresh tires, 11.50 to 84.60; Hartford tires, 16.60 per pair. All the popular brands for cash or credit Louis Flebcher, ltfi Capitol Ave. Tel. S14. M261 WE BUY and sell second-hand wheels; re pairing a specialty; lawn mowers sharp ned and repaired. E. E. Lawrence, 2Vv3 Leavenworth st Tel. L1676. MR43 J3 ORICK WORK. J, P. HEALT, 1822 Clark Bt, 'Phone A-SSTL CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing promptly attended to. i. T. Ochiltree, 20th and Lake Sts. . ' - - 8J- CONTR ACTORS AND BUILDERS. A. J. PIERSON. 20th and Butt. Tsl. L-R34. . 183-i 11 i CARPET CLEANERS. SEND your carpet and rugs to Christen son's Carpet Cleaning Works, 2221 N. 20th Bt. Tsl. 1669. -1111 TEL. 656 Carpet cleaning, rug weaving. 7 -182 DRESSMAKING. IN FAMILIES. Mis. Sturdy, 624 N. 20th st M2 J21x DENTISTS. C. H. PAUL, removed to residence, 8021 Burt Tel F 2763. M-766 F. C. CLARK, dentist, formerly of Counoil Bluns, now locaiea at woo uumina st. M4S3 J26 DETECTIVES. CAPT. CORMACK, 617 Karbach. Tel. A-2831 DRUGGISTS' SUPPLIES. CLOSE drug buyers call or write Roas- Flowers A Co., 1617 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb. M902 2x EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. O. R. Rathburn Room 16. Com'l Nat Bank. 186 J. H. BOON8TRA, office 1618 Howard St Tel. 47. 64 Jesx FLORISTS. HESS A SWOBODA, 1415 Farnam. 186 L. HENDERSON, florist. 1518 Farnam St., Omaha; send for prtae list. 404 GARBAGE. ANTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co. clean. cesspoola and vaults, removes garbage and dead animals at reduced prices. 621 n. ma. tsl ii. un GOLD AND SILVER PLATING. OMAHA PLATING CO.. Bee Bldg. Tsl. 2636. -14 MAT CLEANING. LADIES and gent', 60c. Schwarta's. 114 & 12th. -188 LAW AND COLLECTIONS. BTILLMAN A PRICE, 23 U. 8. N'l B k. bid. 191 NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. Y. Life Bldg., attorneys and collectors every where. 192 MACFARLAND A MAY, New York Life Bldg., Room 804. 'Phone 1662. 198 LAWNMOWtSRS. SHARPENED. P. MeUuotr. Uth A Howard. LAWNMOWER8 sharpened, aaw. tiled, um brellas repaired, keys, etc., 808 N. loth. Tel. 2374. 76S LAIKDRY. OMAHA Bteam Laundry and City Towel Supply. JifcO Leavenworth. Tel. A-1788. LOST. $100.00 REWARD Lost between the Dodge hotel and 906 Dodgs St., chamois akin bag, containing 6 ladles' rings and 1 swallow brooch. Inform tha ee omce. r question, asxea. LMj-Mtfl 2&X MEDICAL, DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases and Inegularltles of women, from any cause; experienced, reliable. 1613 Dodge, Arlington block. Omaha, Neb. Tel. Mi. 196 LADIES' Chloheeter English Pennyroyal i'liis are tne best; safe; reliable, lane no other. Send 4c, stamps, (or particulars. "Belief - for Ladies" in letter by return mll. Ask your druggist Chichester Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa. MUSICAL. THOS. 3. KELLY, voice. Davldge Block. 309 FOR RENT, piano players, or piano and piayer togetoer. nano nayer to., ii. lb. 198 Letovsky'a orchestra, T. L-2684. Terms eaay, -166 J16 Wanted, a band of fourteen to travel with Arat-i-las. show. Address E 48, Bee office. 479 2x OSTEOPATHY. GlD. B. A ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths. Suite 615, New York Life Bid. Tel. 1M4. -199 The Hunt Infirmary ..MoCagu Bldg. Tel. 2.162 2U0 ATZEN A FARWELL Infirmary, Paxton block, 804-7. Tel. 1365. MS90 PATENTS. H. J. COWQILL No fee unless successful. 818 S. 16th St, Omaha. Tel. 1798. 201 PATENTS Sues A Co.. Omaha, Neb. Il lustrated patent book free. Tel. 1623. MSM Jlylx PAWNBROKERS. EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat ing, all business confidential. 1301 Douglas. 202 PRfXTIXG, BRIEFS, ETC. WATERS Printing Co. Linotype Composi tion. Tel. 2190 308 CALL up Gardner Printing Co.. Tel. A3261, for all kinds of Job printing. 617 S. 13th t -M!i J8 RIO MANUFACTURING. OMAHA Ruf Factory, 1621 Leaven. Tel. 26S. 206 SEEDS AND POULTRY Sl'PPLIllS. ULLERY A CO., 1611 Howard St. Tel. 3327. -207 a;-i!- . , . . j" '. - SHORTHAND AIND Til UW itlTlNG. MOSHER 8.H., Touch T.W.. Bus. Branches, Teleg. Cat. free. Oro. Com. Col., 17 A Doug. 206 A. C. VAN 8 ANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life. 209 NEB. Business A Shorthand College, Bord's Theater. 210 STAMMERING AND STUTTERING. CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg. -211 STORAGE. OM. Van Stor. Co., UU Farn. Tsls. 1669-662. 212 EXPRESSMAN'S Del. Co. Tel.. 1196-1146. .. . 213 T. S ilL!.' .. ' . , J 1 -MJ'tX STOVE REPAIRS. STOVES stored and gasoline stoves cleaned. Oman Stovs Repair Works. Tel. 960. M214 TICKET BROKERS. CUT RATE railroad ticket, everywhere. Ps H. Pfellbln, 160S Farnam. 'Phone 764 . -215 TORNADO INSURANCE. FOR -Tornado 7 5 .. . ..,rv,::,ANi.;.::;:;. : Wind Storm Insurance SEE HOWARD KENNEDY & SON . . FIRST NAT. BANK. M486 Jl . TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE. THE DEPOT on time. L. M. E. Tel. 78a 218 I'PUOLSTERING. PETERSON A Lundberg, lli 8. 17th. TeL 133be. 20 GATE CITY Upholstering Co.. woven wire springs tigntonea. iei, B-Wit. 1,06 st MaryTs ave. M168 POSTOFFICE NOTICE. - (Should be read DAILY by all interested. as changes may occur at any time.) tvreijn mans ior tne ween enaing May 80. I9U3. will close (PROMPTLY In all cases) ut the General Postoffice as follows: fin. CELS-POST MAILS close ons hour earlier man closing uine snown below. Parcels post mails for Germany close at 6 p. ni. Monday. Regular and supplementary mails close at Foreign Station half hour later than clos ing time shown below (ex rent that Hnnni.. mentary Mall, for Europe and Central America, via colon, close one hour later at foreign guauon). Tr.n.all..fl. Hall. TUE8DAY At 8:30 a. m. for ITALY direct per a. s. Cltta dl Napoll (mall must bs di rected "per s. s. Cltta dl Napoll"); at 12:30 n BYI Blinnl am Antava n V t T -I'ayiw4jx;fcax,t J jr, 41 1 . I lUr UXUI- MANY, pet a. Kaleer Wilhelm II, via Plymouth, Cherbourg and Bremen (mall v . vwia fyrni lax ul LU U I vjutj 1I1UBL U4J Q rected "per s. s. Kaiser Wilhelm II"). WEDNEBDAY At 6:30 a. m tnr ri"ttr,Tw Pr .. .. New York, via Southampton uiawi lur xrviaiia muai oe aireccea .. .. New York"): at 7:30 a. m NETHERLANDS direct, per a. a. Staat- enaam (man must be directed "per s. Btaatendam"); at 8:30 a. m. (supplemen tary 10 a. ra.) for EUROPE, per .. .. Ma iesllc. yla Queenstown; at 11 a. m. fo 1KNMARK direct per .. .. Hellla OIst (mall must be directed "per a. .. Helllg THL'BSDAY At 7 , m. for FRANCE, TUOAL, Tl'RKEY, ICGYPT, OREKCe" QVEZ, per a. La Gkacogne, via Havre (mall for other parte of Europe rauat be A i - .kn t asl 4,naxa m a, f a f a a..v taisva.u tws sa, m. a- UKWUKUtl J. I BATURDA At 6:30 a. in. for EUROPE. per s. s. ttmpanii, via wueenstown; at 8 a. m. for HKLGlUM direct, per a. a. . Vaderland .(mall must be directed "per .. .. Vaderland "); at 8:80 a. m. for SCOT LAND direct, per .. .. Columbia (mall must b directed "per .. . Columbia ). PRINTED MATTER, ETC. Thl. steamer take. Printed Matter, Commercial Papers snd Samples for Germany only. The same class of mail matter for other 'parts of Europe will not-t)e sent by thl. .hip un less specially directed by her. After the closing of the Supplementary Transatlantic Malls named above, addi tional Supplementary Malls are opened on the piers of the American, Engllah, French and German steamers, and remain open until within Ten Minute, of the hour of sailing of steamer. Malls let Boat aad Ceatrat America, West ladles. Ete. TUE8DAT At 8:80 a, m. for BRAZIL, per .. a Alton, via Pernambuco, Macelo and Rio Janeiro (mail for Northern Brasil, Argentine, Uruguay and Paraguay must be directed "per s. s. Alton"); st 9 30 a. m. (supplementary 10:80 a. m.) ur CENTRAL AMERICA (except Costa Rica) and BOUTH PACIFIC PORTB, per a. s. Sara toga, via Colon (mail for Guatemala must be directed "per s. s. Saratoga"). WEDNESDAY At 11:30 a. m. (supplemen tary 12:80 p. m ) for ST. THOMAS, ST. CROIX, LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS, BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per .. .. Fontabelle (mall for Grenada and Trinidad must be directed "per s. s. Fontabelle"); at 12:30 r. m. (supplementsry 1 p. m ) for TI'RKS 8 LAND and DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, per .. s. Cherokee. THURSDAY At 8 s. m. for CUBA, YUCA TAN. CAMPECHE, TABASCO snd CUiAPAS. per a s. Monterey, (mall for rOSTOFKIf E ortl'F.. other parts of Mexico must be dliectrd "per s. s. Monterey"); at H s. m. for BF.R Ml'DA, per s. s. Pretoria; st 12 m. for YUCATAN, pcT s. s. TJomo, via Progreao. FRIDAY At 10 a m. for GRENADA. TRINIDAD and CII DAD DOl.IVAH. per .. a. Marnvnl; at 12 m. for MKXU'O, per a s. Niagara, via Tamplro (mall must he direct Hi ' per s. .. Niagara"); at I p m for PORTO PLATA, per a. s. Foxhall. from Boston (msll for other parts of tli Domlnlcnn Republic must be directed "per s s. Foxhsll"); st 3 n. m. for AR GENTINE. t'Rl'Gl A Y and PARAGUA I', per .. .. Coronda 8 A Tl'RDAY At 8:80 s. m. (supplementary 9:30 a. m ) for PORTO RICO, Cl'RACAO and VENKZ1JEIA, per s. s. Caracas (mail for Savsnllla and Cartagena muxt be directed "per s. s. Caracas ); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FOR TUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA, 8AVAN1LLA and CARTAGENA, per s. s. Altai (mull for Costa Rica must be directed "per s. s. Altai"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for HAITI and SANTA MARTA. per .. s. Athos; at 10 a. m. for CCBA, per s. s. Mm-ro Castle, via Havsns; at 12 m. for BARBADOS and NORTHERN BRA ZIL, per s. s. Bobralense: st 12:30 p. m. for CUBA, per . s. Ollgda, via Havana. Malls Forwarded Overland, Except Tranaparlnr. Etc.; CUBA By rail to Port Tampa, Fin., unit thence by stenmer, closes at this nffke dully, except Thursday, at 6:3t a. m. (the connecting mall close here on Mon days, Wednesdays and Saturdays). MEXICO CITY Overland, unless epeclally addressed for dlfpatch by steamer, closet at this office dally, excopt Sunday at 1:30 p. m. and 11:30 p. m. Sundays at 1 p. m. and 11:30 p. m. NEWFOUNDLAND Bv rail to North Sydney, and tni-nce by . steamer, close st this office dally at 6:30 p. m. (connect, lug tiiHilH imi, hern every. Mouiluy,, Wednesday tind Saturday). JAMAICA By rail to lloston and leno bv steamtr, closes at this oihce at. 4:30 p.'m- ' evry Tuesday and Thursdrty. . MIQU'ELON lly rail to Huston and thenca by steamer, closes at this office at 6:39 p. in. BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEX nnd GOATlCj MALA By rail to New Orleans ami thence by stenmer, closes at this office dully except Sunday, at 11:30 p. m. end 11:30 p. m., Sundays ut 1 p. hi. and V.IM p m. (connecting mail closes here Mnndavs at 411:30 P. m l - COSTA RICA-By rail to New Orleans and- thence by stenmer. cloaex at this office dallv, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. m. and 411.30 p. m., Sundays 'at 1 p. ra. -and, 1(11:30 p. m. (connecting mall closes here. Tuesdays st 411:30 p. m ) .t REGISTERED MAIL closes at 6 p. m. previous aay. . Transpeoifle Malls. . CHINA AND JAPAN, via, Seattle, close here daily at p. m. up May iztn, incluHlve, for despatch per a. s. Kaga Mnru. PHILIPPINE ISLAND8, via San Fran cisco, close nere aany ai :ou p. m. up 10 May 27th. Inclusive, for despatoh per U, A 'Trunsnort. Hawaii china, japan and Philip pine islanlim. via Ban r rancisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to May 2Hh, Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Cobtlo. TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via Ban irranctsco, cios? nere aauy at s:aq p. m. up to May taoth, Inclusive, for des- nath wir a. a. Marlnosa. NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA (except West), PstiW i:Ai.t.ijniA, ui, pa MOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco, close here oaily nt 6:30 p. m. after May 23d and up to May 30th. Inclusive, for despatch per . a s. Ventura. Of the Cunard steamer carrying the British mnll for New Zealand does not arrive In time to connect with this despatch, extra malls closing at 6:30 a. ni., 9:30 a. m and 6:30 p. m.; Sunday at 4:30 a. m., 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. will be made up and forwarded until the arrival of the Cunard steamer ) HAWAII, JAPAN, CHINA, and PHILIP PINE ISLANDS, vis San Francisco. Close here dally at :3Q p. m. up to June litta, ln rlunlve, for despatch per .. .. America Marti. HAWAII, via San Francisco, close here dally at s.so p. m. up to june stn, inciu- . 1 1 . & fur ria,nalf-h nar a A 1 ii m M ii A CHINA AND JAPAN, .via Vanoouver and Victoria, B. C, close here dally at 6:36 p. m. up to June tm, inclusive, ror des patch per s. .. Empress of Japan. Mer chandise for U. 8. Postal Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Can ada. CHINA AND JAPAN, via T acorn a, close here daily at :gu p. m. up to June ivoth, Inclusive, for despatch per s. a. Victoria. AUSTRALIA (except West),- FIJI IS LANDS end NEW CALEDONIA (Spe cially addressed only), via Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to June 1 20th. tnclu.lv, for des patch per s. .. Moana, Note Unless otherwise addressed", ' West Australia - Is forwarded via, Europet and ..'.nil i, i, i'i ., T,a,.nA( r,w. i -quickest routesn fhlllpplnes addressed "via Canada'f- or...Vv1s nust b fully prepaid at t,h for- ClSOO-r-ine a-q specially adJ EuEope"munt b fully eign rates.' Hawaii Is lorwarijeq, y.ia, jsan. Francisco exclusively. 'Transpacific malls are forwarded to port of sailing daily and the schedule of clestng s arranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit I Registered mail closes at 6:00 p. m previons day. . CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster. .Postoffice, New York, N. Y., May 22, 1003. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. PROP08ALB FOR CONSTRUCTION. Fort Meade, B. D.. May 26, 1903-rBealed pro posals In triplicate will be received until 11 a. m., June 16, 1903. for constructing addi tion to Hospital here. Information furnished Upon application. Reserves right to accept or reject any or all proposals, or any part thereor. envelopes containing proposals to be marked ''Proposals for hospital ad dition," addressed G. B. Vogdea, Capt. - May 26-4t-J-12-13 , SEASONABLE FASHIONS 44 1 7 Woman's Waist, 12 t 4 kS Woman'. Waist 4417 Wafsts made with square yoke, ara much liked and are pe culiarly well adapted to the season's fine and .oft material.. Th,l very .tyllsh model Includes that feature and. In addition, the epaulette, which give the broad shouldered line now so much In vogue. A. shown. It Is made of white batiste with trimming of Valenciennes lao and tiny white bands, but It could be reproduced In any of the washable fabrics and also In the fashion able simple silks and .oft Wool.. The waist Is made over a fitted founda tion and cloaea with It at the center back. Both Its front, and back, er gathered and joined to the yoke, then allowed to fall In .oft and becoming fold, that are gath ered again at the waist line. The epau lettes are arranged over the shoulders and held In place by the bands. Th sleeve are new and graceful. The full portion extend to the elbow., where they ar gath ered Into band, to which are Joined th drooping pointed frill. It the transparent effect I. desired the lining beneath the yoke can be cut away and the sleeve, mad quit unllned. The quantity of material required for the medium else I. tK yard. 21 inches wide, I yards 27 Inches wide. I yard. 44 Inches wide, with Vi yard of tucking for yoke. . The watst pattern 4417 is cut In alses f a 32, M. 84. 38 and 46-inch bust measure. For the accommodation or The' Be, readers the patterns, which usually retail at from 28 to 60 cents, will be furnished at a nominal price, 10 cents, which cover, sll expense. In order to get a pattern enclose 10 cents, give number and name of pattern wanted and bust measure.