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WASTKB I 41. K HELP.
A high grade school of business, shorthand,
touch typewriting and English branches.
Day and kvkmsu.
Call, write or 'phone tor prospectus.
H. B BOiLES. President.
N. V. Kite Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
alary. A. 1.
messengers wanted; good
T. Co.. 211 Bo. 13ta at.
TWENTV-FJ VE school teachers for sum
mer work at aood salaries. Bee Man-
sger. itu Ware hlk. B MU
WANTKl) Boy with wheel. Good wattes
Sherman MoConnell Drug Co., tor.
Pith and Dodge. B M244
WANTED, for 1J. 8 armj able-bodied un
married men between ages of iil and 35;
rn liens of Cnlted Slates, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
peak, rend and write Kngllsh. For In
formation apply to Recruiting Officer,
Kth and Dodge sts , Omaha, and Mont
gomery build una, Lincoln; Neb. B
WANTED Wen everywhere, good pay, to
distribute circulars, adv. matter, tack
!ina. etc.: no canvassing. National Adv.
B U J4X
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
The only ..way. to save yeara of appren
ticeship Is bv our method of free prac
tice and condensed Instructions. We
runniai muittinna. nam dlDlomas and
' nav Saturday wages. Call or write
Vl,.l.r llMiber College. 1302 Douglas HI.
- B M77-x
- a vrrn To.., itiiMmrti aaiarv or com
mission. T. V. Adams Co.. W10 Howard
11 .rgurV tnr 1 jtnNrt tnaWTlter!. 3'JOl
None btter. Monroe & Co.. Ml N. lbth.
WAITED FEMALW HE LIN
100 Olrls. Call Canadian office, lBtb. aV Dodge.
WANTED, girl for general h",e,wori
family of three; good wages
tent girl, wci mcHgo oi.
rtrum'i I -1 tnr vnnpral
r- ta'.'ft i'aiifornla street. Call axter 3 p. m.
r 3 p. m
WiNTim. exnerlenced crockery sales-
' ladv. , Address K 40. Bee. C M242
.WANTED, girls for laundry work. Purl-
tan L.aunary vo oLrji
WANTED, girl for general
small family. 2603 Tlerc St.
wivTiin taiaa tn leiarn hair dressing.
a' manicuring or facial rnassafe. Our
i method la free clinic, condensed lnstruo
l . . ..ia aawd. small wages;
call today. Molor Collec, 13u3 Douglas
gu C M780-6X
WANTED, goo4 girl for general house
work: also girl for second work. Apply
at fill 8 28th AVS. . C-MSJI
onnic wanted: good, wages. 5C0 8. 28th sk
. C M .MM
OIHL for general housework; 4 In family;
wages u; no ciuiunii. aivt '""J g
A COMPETENT cook for general Jhouse-
work In small family;. no wasnin. ou.
aOth St. C-MS75 9
to MOVH right get Omaha Van Storage
CO., OmCe lUlltS Iiroam, w Auw-mv
unilCCQ J1 parts of ths city. R.
HUUbtb c. Peters Co, Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT, -room house, all modern ex-
cent furnace. o4 N. ou St., lau.tw. c. M.
Bachman. 4M-37 Baxton Blk. DSs
FOR RENT, near High school.
t-auitol Ave., lit-room modern. 140.
Tel. 673. B. H. Roblson, 2M8 Capitol Ave.
1IOU8F.S, $5 upward.
Bemls. Paxton Blk.
CENTRAL modern, 5-room flat, 320 N. 2Sd
street. . umjo
linilCCC In all parts of the city. The O.
UUU OLO r. Davis Ces Ml Bee Bldg.
. . V (MS
HOUSES, Insuranc. RIngwalt, Barker Blk.
.v . L 6o
PAYNM-BOSTWICK A CO.-Chotoa houses.
tul-603 New York Lift Bldg. 'Phone lill.
WB MOVE planoa. Maggard Van A Stor
age Co. Teb 1411. Oflice, 1713 Webster St.
FOR RENT, eight room detaohed house
and barn; mige lawn and strtolly modern.
v.. Apply Dodge Bu Can be seen today.
1 U 1UJ
ONE of those fine, all modern, T-rootn brick
houses. 29th-snd I sard Sta., 320.00. O. E.
Tut klngton, Be. D M224
FOR RENT, 8-room house. 3839 Farnam
St.; modern except furnace. In complete
repair; newly painted and papered
throughout, inquire at w n. x, Line. rung.
FOR RENT, a month, 7-room torn
. nletelv miulern bouse, nickel plated vnen
plumbing, bouse newly painted, papered
and vainisneu tnrougnoui; gooa uase-
ment altli shite laundry tuba Beautiful
location; . lttio So. l)th Ave., near two
llanscnin uirk car llnea The Byron
Reed Co., 212 Ho. 14th Bt. D 293x
I ROOMS, I" Ho. !d; cistern and city
water; Rood condition, 30.00. Welter j
Bren. S9 So 13th St. D 8
FOR RENT Completely furnished 8-room
house; nne location, i.yman waterman.
5X6 N. Y. Life building. ' D M M6 4X
EIOHT-ROOM modern house, 29th Ave. and
Farnsm. Call Dodge. D M73 fx
FOR RKNT Ft RUSHED BOOMS.
DEWEY European hotel. 13th and Farnam.
AETNA HOUSE, European. Uth Dodge.
ROYAL HOTEL. European. 16th Chicago.
U M. E. hauls trunks.
1 (W to 12.00 per week. CI Bo.
block south of rourt house.
istn St., one
609 8. 25TH AVE.; private famfly. F M726
tit NORTH 17TH 8t E-M
CO N. 17TH St.. neat,
E M744 10
I ROOMS, light housekeeping.
ioOMS. 1908 Capitol Ave.
1113 8. 11th.
E 841 5x
BOOMS, modern, 2680 Harney St.
riRMSIIKD BOOMS AND BOARD.
NICE rooms, good board. 416 N.
NICELY furnished rooms, with or without
board; day board or meal tickets re .
Jsonsbla. Midland Hotel, lolL and Chicago
IHE FARNAM, lth A Farnam. F-671
ROOM and board, reasonable; all modern,
with 'phone A-i&M. 24u Case Ml.
FOR RKn-CiriRIIIHCD BOOMS.
FOR RKNT, unfurnished room, sing's
snd cnsuite. Wlthncll Bldg. lutn snn
Harney- N. P. Dodge at Co., 114 rarnam.
W M W
FOI'n large, unfurnished rooms and store
room, conveniently srrangeii; ncwiy pa
pered, sas. orcelaln bath, hot water
heati desirable location, 1M North 1Mb
St.: reasonable price. O Mrt8 3x
... ! 11?
FOB HEN T STO B K AND OFFI1 K.
FOR RKNT. the building formerly occu
pied by The Hee st Sil'i Karmitn St. It has
four stories and a basement which Was
formcrlv used as The Hoe. press room.
1 hla mill be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at ofttce of O. C. Rose-
water, secretary, room luO. Bee building.
FOR RKNT, building suitable for whole
sale purposes at 9I rarnam. iix!. four
stories and tirst-cliiss cemented basement.
elevator, fire and burglar proof vault.
ottli-e counter snd llxtures. For price and
particulars Inquire O. C. Rosewater, sec
retary the Bee Building Co., room KM, Bee
building. 1 M,
OFFICES In The Ree building, 110.00 per
month iid: rental price Includes heat.
llsht and Janitor service. R. C. Peters A
Co., ground floor, Bee Bldg. 1 266
WANTED, ranvasslng ssents In every
county to solicit subscription! to THr.
TWKNT1KTH CE.VllkV FA KM Kit.
Steady employment with saaured good In
come. Agents In the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvasser!
make easily iM to $1A1 per month. Ad
dress Century Farmer Solicitor!' Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha. j.u
LADY canvasser! for something good.
Monroe A Co., 811 N. 16th. J m.kw
YOU CAN clear unusual profits selling
Minuet Skirt Waist Holders; every wo
man buys invariably reorders; particu
lar! and sample on approval. Wheeler A
Baldwin, 6U6 uaraen city dug., t-nienno.
M. GOODMAN, 3716 or 133 Douglas street.
pays cash lor aa kinds or merchandise.
WANTED, National Cash Register, 92
model. F. P. Sheldon, INehawka, Neb.
XM Mill t)X
TEAM for coal hauling.
Coal Hill Coal
Co., H S. Kith BU
N M849 4
FOB SALE FIRXITTRE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
a)J0. New and second-hand bought, sola.
exchanged. O bit
HOUSEHOLD furniture. Address F 17, Bee.
O M873 Jyax
FOR BALK HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
WAGONS repaired and all kinds of Hew
work. It. Frost. 14th and Leavenworth.
FIRST-CLASS painting, trimming, repair
ing, rubber tires put on; also carriages
for sale. Wm. Bfeiffer, MM Leavenworth.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
NEW and td-hand typewriters. Ill Farnam.
BUSINESS college scholarship for sale at
a bargain In one or omana s leading com
mercial colleges; Ufa scholarship. Address
B 47, Bee otnee, y Miibx
FOR SALE Crane hydraulic elevator, can
be used ettner passenger or ireiant: com
plete, Iron guide posts, cage and wire en
closures. J. ij. orauueu oc ouiis.
WIRE fence for hogs, poultry, lawn and
farms. Wire works, eii B. uiu. Tel. l.w.
BXDR BAliE Phonographs, superior to any
other musical instruments, v up. The
Columbian Phonograph Co., ltd Farnam.
FOR SALE First mortgage note bearing 6
per cent, interest, payable every six
months; has about 2H years to run; good
security and . endorsed by responsible
party; amount, inquire c jo.
Bachman, Room 41 paxton block.
FOR BALE Electrlo automobile, perfect
order, used short time; cost isou, will take
3a0. J. J. uengnt Co., uis r arnam.
Rose s Art store.
INDIAN goods and relics.
3DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
IRON and wire fences, tree guards, trel
lises, western Anchor Fence Co., 206 no.
17th st. , V Mii
TELEPHONE poles, long fir timbers;
chicken fence; oak piling, nut uougias.
T. DURKIN, electric light wiring.
FOR BALE New and second-hand soda
fountains on monthly payments. H. a.
Richmond, 43S Bo. 24th St. Q 834 J14x
CATALOGUE cut drug prices free, Bher-
1 A 4 .11 !- il. n.ah.
nialll (K XYltJtUllUei. AVi UK V. W(llCs,I3CkV.
FOR SALE Second-hand Locomobile: In
first-class shape, at one-half price, call
or address. 1621 Farnam st. Q, 683
FOR BALE Book case, gas stove, heater
(hard or soft coay, refrigerator. zzi a.
29th St. y-57 3x
FOR SALE Empty Ink barrels, 36 cents
each, large, well made barrels, make first
class garbage receptacles. Fred Youngs,
foreman Bee press room, rear entrance
Bee Bldg. Q M 863
MRS. CARRIB SMITH, SOVEREIGN
,ADY UUEKN or clairvoyants: every
thing told; past, present and luture. Sat
isfaction or no pay 807 N. 18th. B M96s
MADAME LUCRETIA, medium. 1709 Cali
fornia at. S M4j3 J 4
MME. QYLMER, genuine palmist, 315 8. 15.
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 16. 2d floor, r. L
i Oli ju
UKAl'K O'BRYAN. BathA T20 8. Uth.
MISS DUVAL, msnlcurlug.
19 S. ltit'i sU
MRS. DAVIS. 1671 Howard at., baths; first-
class anal slant. 1 Mj4J j-ax
GOLD1E POWERS. 7T0 Bo. 13th. Tel. 19Gi
T M1'14 19
MISS HOWARD, elegant massage and
vapor baths; alcohol rubbing. ;u,i N.
Uth. flat E.
1 MjU3 J28
FANNIE TEMPLE, massage, alcohol bath;
assistant. a noor. u xs. lhtn.
MISS LA BAN. massage baths. Egyptian
treatment, isii Lieavenworin st.. rat h.
BATH 8, masaage, 1718 Nicholas. F. 6. 2d fir.
l ihs.s jyi
DR. ROT. chiropodist: corns and superflu
ous nair reiuovcu vy vicciriciijr. c. a ana
3. 1606 Farnam bt. u i
TRY one of "Kip's Guarantees" If you want
a good smoke, oc, an aeaiers.
TELEPHONE 790 for L..M.
HOME during confinement; first-class. Dr.
L L. Miller. 26U4 Blundo. 'Phone F-1183.
At druggists. 31.
VIA VI, a wholesome nerve and liaaua food
and home treatment for disorders of
.women. Fre booklet. Vlavl Co., 348 Bee
Bldg. U 141
ELITE PARLORS, 615 8. 16th St.. 2d floor.
MRS. JACOBSON. LAS N. 3"th St.
DO YOU WANT AN UMBRELLA
Once upon a time a man
saying that the person was known and would be prosecuted if the umbrella
was not returned. The next morning his front yard was full of umbrellas.
PRIVATK hospital before and during con
finement; babies boarded and adopted,
M'S. Oardels. 234 Lake. Tel. Red-lSM.
SURGEON-CHIROPODIST, 511 Bee Bldg.
YF.8, I smoke the "I'nrle Oscar" because
it's the best 5c cigar. For sale everywhere.
U MJU6 J 19
PRtVATE home during conflnement; babies
aaopieu. me unod Samaritan ban tar urn.
ta ill ave., council mutts, ta. u-mii
RUrTtTRB CURED without pain. Empire
Rupture Co., N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha.
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before snd
during conflnement. Dr. and Mrs. Oeriscn,
J;25 California St. Terms reasonnblc.
C EDERER. Bristol St. florist.
THERE are several reasons why you
should smoke the Stoecker cigars. First,
they are made of the best stock that can
be put Into a clgnr for the money. Second,
they are lust what they are representee)
to be. Third, they are an Omaha product.
W. F. Stoecker Cigar Co. U-Msa 0
BOSTON 1TMRRKLLA FACTORY. fioR S.
lsth. I mbrellas re-covered, repnired or
made. Tel. 1617. U-M517-J-27
MOXKY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
rarnam Bmun & to., ism rarnam street.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants, it. (J. reiers t Co.. itui
Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W 1M
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H,
Thomas, First Mat. Bank uidg. Tel. IMS.
Sherwood, 937 N. Y. Life.
4 TO IPC. money.
Bemls, Pazton Block.
FIVK PER CENT loans.
Qarvln Bros., 1WM
PRIVATE money. P. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
IS00 PRIVATR money.
L. D. Holme. 713
N. X. Life building.
HONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY I)ANED OW
rURNlTURE, PIANOS, LIVE STOCK.
Low rates and easy terms.
Try us If you want to save money.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
(33 Paxton Block. 18th and Farnam Sta,
c a c v to get
CAji to pay
Best explains our methods.
We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipt- etc Or If you have a permanent
position we can maae. you a
Without security, except your own agree
ment to repay. Our service Is quick and
confidential and we always try to please,
AH that we ask Is that you give us a call
before you borrow elsewhere.
OMAHA MURTUAUB CO..
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 3296.
(Established 193.) 90t So. 16th St.
DO YOU NEED MONEY t .
MONEY TO LOAN
lrmtNITCRE AND SALARIES.
110 to 3300 loaned on FURNITURE. PI-
ani h. etc.. anu to DAUAmci xcur i-trj
at very low rates ana tor any lengtn ot
time, without publicity or removing the
property. Payments can be made to suit
your convenience. Call and get our terms
before going eisewnere.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO..
Room 30S. Paxton Block. Room 80S.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, norses, cows, eio. -. c . xieeu, ji a. is.
BALART LOANS ON PLAIN NOTE, ANT
AMULMj 1AJW KAII,3, ,AI r-Ai-
MEN'1'8: CONFIDENTIAL. THE STAR
LOAN CO.. ROOM Hi. PAXTON BLOCK.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED fJiOfLiK, mercnants, team
stars, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms, 40 offices In prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business confidential, lowest rates.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
CHATTEL, salary and jewelry loans. Foley
LiOan CO., sue to XJ. ureen, rl. a, earner os
SALARY LOANS UPON PLAIN NOTES.
American Loan Co., Paxton block, aa noor.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
any property or i)u:nee quica, see j. n.
Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life. Y-189
MINING In Wyoming. For reliable Infor
mation regaraing mines ana uiner uiuua
trles address r. A. Carpenter, 2A 3rd
street. Laramie, Wyo. Y 796-JelS
FOR BALE, a good furniture. N hardware
and unneriaKing Dusinesa. siora miliums
and residence also. Address Box 108. Ply
mouth, Neb. Y-M198
BAIX1N for sale, centrally located, In
Council BlufTs, la. Address B 4. nee
office. Council Bluffs. Y Mo5 8x
LAWYER with large established practice
wants partner, young man prererrea.
References. 635 Century bldg, St. Iiouls,
HOSPITAL snd prsetlce for sale In Iowa
town of 4.500. Address - iz. nee.
Y-M 853 4x
LEMON OROVE. 15 acres. San Diego, Cal.
Will exchange ror Nebraska rami or pro
ductive city property. W. N. Nason. 448
Bee building, Omaha, Neb. Z 672 JS
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
XX1I I I A MCON CHARLES E .
ROOM. ALL MODERN.
-room house, with furnace, porcelain
bath, gaa. sewerage, oak finish down
stairs, full east front lot on boulevard;
no special taxes; owner compelled to
make a change and offers ths property
for quick sale at (2,500; most complete
small home on our Hat; act quickly If In
terested. HARRISON aV MORTON.
912-13 N. Y. Life. Tel. 31 1
CHOICE building lot near 33d and Farnam;
finest residence locality In Omaha; all pav
ing, curbing, sewer and other taxes paid;
only 32,750. Hicks, 439 Bd. Trade. Tel 1169.
RANCH and farm lands fur sale by the
Union J'aclnc Kallroad company. B. A.
McAlleater, land commissioner, L'ulou Pa
cilia Headquarters, oiualia. Neb.
HOD8E8 and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. I be o. .
Davis Co . Boom sue Bee Bldg. RE 174
I GET CASH QUICK for your real estate
or bu'lneas. If yJ wlun to sell, send
description and pries. Booklet free. No
commit. lon. Ejueraon DiPuy, Specialist.
Dea Moines, la. UE-N5u2 June
FOR SALE In Benson new house with one-
half sere ground or will exchange for
good vacant lots In suburb of Omaha. In
quire at t33 Hamilton at
M B M-841 ta
lost his umbrella. He put a "Lost" ad in The Bee,
FOB DUIl-REAL KSTATK.
RIX-R(K)M, ALL MODERN.
Six-room house, with ftirnace, porcelain
bath, gas. sewerage, oak finish down
stairs, full east front lot on Boulevard;
no special taxes; owner compelled to make
a change and offers the property for quick
sale at f.'.roo; most complete small home
on our list; act quickly If Interested.
HARRISON & MORTON,
912-13 N. Y. Life. Tel. 314.
10-ROOM modern house, U blocks from
postoiike, for sale cheap, lug N. 16th.
lienewa & Co. RE 17J
OWNER of a double house, one part of
whlrh he (Mcuxles hlmscit, will give u
sieelal bargain before leaving Juno la.
Ka.y terms. F. D. cad, 1d24 DourIms St.
RK fci'l 10
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co.. 811 North inn.
B1CYCI.ES and repairs. Fresh tires, $1.U)
to 4.o0; Hartford tires, o.b per pair. Ail
the popular brands for cash or credit.
Louis IMescher, 1612 Capitol Ave. Tel. 814.
WE BUY and sell second-hand wheels; re
pairing a specialty; lawn mowers sharp
ened and repaired. E. K. Lawrence. 2nC
Leavenworth st. Tel. L1678. M543 J8
J. P. 1IEALT, 1S22 Clark St.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. ocnutree, nun
and Lake Sts. S70
CONTRACTORS AND BULDERS.
A. J. PIERSON, 20th and Burt.
SEND your carpet and ruga to Chrlstsn-
son's Carpet Cleaning Works. 3221 N. 2tnh
St, Tel. 1669. HQ
Miss Sturdy, 524 N. 20th St.
C. H. PAUIv removed
Burt TelJF 2753.
F. C. CLARK, dentist, formerly of Council
Bluffs, now located at Z7Ut Cuming st.
CAPT. CORMACK, 617 Karbach. Tel. A-3832.
O. R. Rathburn Room 14. Com'l Nat Bank.
BOONSTRA.' effloe 1514 Howard St
947. on jenx
HESS 4fc 8WOBODA. Mil; Farnam. IS
L. HENDERSON, florist. 1&1 Farnam St.,
Omahar'send for priollst.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA P LATINO CO., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2635.
i ' 1M
ANTI-MONOrOLT Garbage Co. cleans
cesspools , and vaults, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices. 621
N. 16th. Tel. 1779. -187
and gents', 50c.
LAI NOR Y.
OMAHA Steam Laundry and City Towel
supply. JVU) ieavenwortn. Tel. A-l.83.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
STILLMAN & PRICE, 23 U. S. N'l B k. bid.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., 1st floor N. Y.
Life Bldg., attorneys and collector! every
where. . 193
MACFARLAND & MAY. New York Life
Bldg.. Room 304. 'Phone 1552. 193
SHARPENED. P. Melcbotr, 13lh ,
LA WN MOWERS sharpened, saw! filed, um
brellas repaired, keys, etc., 3u9 N. l"h.
Tel. 2'J74 756
LOST, a small green chatelaine watch, en
route between 26.13 Decatur and Western
Newspaper I'nlon. Return to cither of
the above addresses and receive reward.
Lost W S
TH08 J. KELLY, voice.
FOR RENT, piano players, or piano and
p ayer together, t'la
Player Co., TeL
Letoveky's orchestra. T. L-2684. Terms easy.
MISS ELEANOR HARDY
Voice and Piano Studio
319 RAMGE BliOCK.
Special Terms to Summer Students.
OMAHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC, 818 Ramge
blk ; summer term. Apply F. H. Wright,
L. L. C. M., Director, mono inn.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing, all bush. eta confidential. 1301 Douglas.
DR. PRIES treats successfully sill diseases
and lriegu)arltles of women, from any
cause; experienced, reliable. 1513 Dodge,
Arlington block. Omaha, Nab. TeL 2233.
LADIK8' Chichester English Pennyroyal
Mils are tha bust; safe; reliable. Take no
other. Send 4c, stamps, for particulars.
"Belief for Ladles" In letter by return
mall Ask yo"r druaalst. Chichester
Chemical Co.. Philadelphia. Pa.
Q1D. E. A ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 615. New Yok Life Bids'. Tel. 1644.
The hunt Infirmary. McCague Bldg. Tel. 2353
ATZEM A FAR WELL Infirmary. Paxton
block. -1. Tel. 13Cv MKN
II. J. COWGILL No fee unless suocaasfuL
318 8. 15th St., Omaha. TeL 17INL 201
PATENTS Sues A Co., Omaha. Neb. Il
lustrated patent book Ire. Tel 1U.
ritlNTIXl. HRIK.FS, ETC.
WATERS Priming Co.
tlon. Tel. riiH).
CALL up Gardner Printing Co
, Tel. ASrt;
V S Uth xt.
for all kinjs of Job printing .
BI O MASt FACT t' RING.
OMAHA Rug Factory, 1521 Leaven. Tel. STO.
SEEDS AM) 1'OILTKV St PPLIKS.
ULLERY A CO., 1CU Howard St.
fllOlt THAN D AND T1TKW BITING.
MOSHER S.H.. Touch T.W., Bus. Branches,
icicg. Cat. free. Urn. Com. Col., li Doug.
A. C. VAN SANT'8 school. 717 N.
NER. Business & Shorthand College, Ford i
i neater. a
STAMMKBING AND STITTEBING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge
OM. Van Stor. Co.. 1511 Farn. Tela 1559-863.
EXPRESSMAN 8 DeL Co. Tela.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phil bin, 1506 Farnam. 'Phone 784
TRl'NKS AND BAGGAGE.
TUB DEPOT on time. L. M. E.
PETERSON & Lundberg, U5 S. 17th. Tel.
GATE CITY Upholstering Co.. woven wire
springs lightened. leL u-ZUTb. 1705 St.
Mary s ave. M1S8
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
aa cuniiges may occur at any time;.
Foreign mall for the week ending June 8.
19(13. will close (PROMPTLY In all cases!
at the general postolllce as follows: Parcels-
rioat malla close one hour earlier than clos
ng time shown below. Parcels-post malls
tor uermany close at 6 p. m, Wednesday
Regular and supplementary malls close at
Foreign Station half hour later than closing
time shown below (except that supplement
ary malls for Europe and Central America
via Colon, close one hour later at Foreign
, Transatlantic Mall
THURSDAY At 1 a. m. for FRANCE.
D VV 11 LjAIN U, IIAIjI, Bt'AlJN. t'OKT
UGAU Tt'RKHY. EGYPT. GREECE.
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR
UUKZ, per s. s. 1a Bavoie, via Havre
(mall for other carts of Europe must be
directed "per a. s. I Bavoie"); at 9:30
a. m, (supplementary li a. m.) ror EU
ROPE, per s. a. Deutschland, via Ply.
mouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg.
FRIDAY At 11 a. m. (supplementary 13:80
p. m.) ror kukui-k, per s. s. Cymric, via
Uueenstown (mall must be directed ''per
s. s. Cymrlo"); at : p. m. for AZORES
ISLANDS, per a. s. Vancouver, from
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for RELGIIJM
direct, per s. a, Kroonland (mall must be
directed "per s. s. Kroonland"); at 9:30
a. m. (supplementary 11 a. m.) for KLT
ROPR, per s. s. Umbrln, via Quoenstown;
at 8:30 a. m. for SCOTLAND direct, per
s. s, Astoria (mall mnt be directed "per
s. s. Astoria"); at 11:30 a. m, for ITALY
direct, per s. s. Hohenxollern (mall must
be directed "per s. s. Hohenxollern )
PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls steamer
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and Samples for Germany only. The same
class of mnil matter for other parts of
Europe will not he sent by this ship unless
specially uirecteu ty it.
After tha closing of the supplementary
transatlantic mans naineq above sdd
tlonnl supplementary mulls are opened on
inn tilers or tne American, ingnsn
French and German steamers, and remain
open until within ten minutes of the hour
of sailing ot steamer.
Malls for Soath and Central Amer
ica, West Indies, Etc.
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for YUCATAN,
CAMPECHE, TABASCO and CHIAPAS,
per s. s. Havana (mail for oilier parts o
Mexico mUHt be directed - per s, s. Da
vana"); at 12 m. (supplementary 12:30
p in.) for BAHAMAS, per s. s. Antllla
(mall must be directed "per s. s. An
tllla"): at 12 m. (supplementary 12:30 p
m.) for BAHAMAS, Ul ANTANAMO and
HANTIAUO. per s. 8. Santiago.
FRIDAY At 7 a. m. for BRAZIL, per s. s.
Tennyson, vln Pernatnbuco, Bahla, Rio
Janeiro and Santos (mall for Northern
Brazil, Argentine, Uruguay and Paraguay
must be directed "per s. 8. Tennyson');
at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.)
. for INAGUA and HAITI, per s. s. Bolivia
at 10 a. m. for HAITI, per s. s. I'rlns
Maurlts (mall for Curacao, Venesuela
Trinidad. British and Dutch Guiana mus
be directed "per s. 8. Prlns Maurlts"); at
12 m. for MEXICO. Per s. s. City of Wash
ington (mail must be directed "per s. s.
Cltv of Washington"); at 1 p. in. for
PORTO PLATA, per s. s. Captain Ben
nett, from Boston (mull for other part of
the Dominican Republic must be directed
"per s. a. Captain Bennett"); at 11:30
p. in. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per s. s.
City of Bombay, from Philadelphia.
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BERMCDA.
per s. s. Trinidad; at 8:80 a. in. (supple
mentary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per a. s. Zulla (mall for
Havanllla and Carthagena must bo di
rected "per s. s. Zulla ); at 9 a. m. for
POKTO RICO, per s. s. Coamo; at 9:30
s. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FOR
TUNE IHI.ANI), JAMAICA, 8A VANILLA
CARTHAGENA snd GHEYTOWN. per
s s. Alene (mail for Cosla Rica must be
directed "per s. s Alene"); at 9:30 a. m.
(supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for LEE
WARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS,
BRITISH. DUTCH and FRENCH GUI
ANA, per a s. Bratsberg (msll for Gre
nada and Trinidad must be directed "per
s. s. Bratsberg"); at 10 a. m. for CUBA,
per s s. Mexico, via Havana.
Malls Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex
CUBA By rail to Fort Tampa, Flu., and
thence liy steamer, closes ut this ottlee
dully, except Thursday, at .' 30 a. m. (the
connecting mails close here on Munduya
vveuueauavs and Saluruu.vsi.
MEXICO CITY overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch by steamer, closes
at tills office dally, exeept Sunday, at 1:30
p. tn. and 11. 3D p. in. Sundays ul 1.00 p. m.
and 11 :'M p. m.
NEWFOUNDLAND By rail to North Syd
ney, and thence by sunnier, closes at ihls
office daiiy at 6:30 p. ni. (connecting malls
close here every Munday, Wcdnuadiiy and
JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, closes at this pfllce at 41:30
p. m. every Tuesday and Thursday.
M 1QUELON By rail to Boston uml thence
by steamer, closes at this utiles dally at
6 30 D. m.
BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE
MALA By rail to New Orleans. and
thence by stemner, closes at this olllre
daily, except Sunday, at II JO p. m. and
U.3) p. m ., Sundays at 1:U0 p. in. and
jll .W p. m. (connecting mull cloaca here
Mondays at ll :3u p. in
COSTA IHCA By mall to New Orleans,
and thence by steamer, closes at this
olllre daily, except Sunday, al l:.J p. in.
and 11:30 p. in., Sundays at l.uu p m.
and 111:30 p. rn- (connecting mull closes
hers 1 uen
uesdays at U 30 p. m.)
MAIL closes at 6:00
HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA, and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. in. up to June -th,
Inclusive, for despatch per s. 8. America
CHINA snd JAPAN, via Seattle, close here
daily at :30 p. m. up to June ;th. In
clusive, fur despatch per s. s. Itlojun
HAWAII, via Ssn Fre.nrlseo. close here
dally at W p. m. up to June Jain, in-
POTOFFIt K JOTIt E,
elusive, for deepmrh per S. s. Alameda.
CHINA and JAi'AN, via Vancouver and
let oils. It (, close here daily at
p. m. up lo June f'Mh. Inclusive, for des
patch per s s. Empress of Japan. Sler
chaiidise fi I'. 8. 1'ostal Agency at
Shanghai cannot bo forwarded via Can
ada. HAWAII. CHINA. JAPAN and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close
here daily at , p. m. up ta June 14th,
Inclusive, for despatch per s. V Korea.
VlAll"tSTOK. via Seattle, close here
daily at ., p. m. up to June llMh. lu
elusive, for despatch per S. s. Pleiades.
CHINA snd JAi'AN, via Taconia, close
here dally at 6.l p. m. up to June .vtli,
Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Victoria.
NEW ZEALAND, Al.'Kl'KALlA (except
West), NEW CALKlHtNIA, FIJI. SAMOA
and HAvvAII, via Ssn Francisco, close
here daily st 6 :0 p. m. after May .l(h
and up to June l.uin. Inclusive, for o
patch per s. s. Sierra, tit the Cunard
steamer carrying the British mail for New
Zealand does not arrive In time to con
nect with this despatch, extra mails
closing at 6.30 a. m., 9. 30 a. m. and t:30
p. m.; Sundays at 4.:W iu m., 9 a. m. and
l;30 p. m. will be made up and forwarded
until the arrival c ma l unard steamer)
AUSTRALIA (except West), FIJI IS
LANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, (ape-
dally addressed only! via Vancouver and
Victoria, B. C, close here dally at tt:30
p. in. up to June J'th, Inclusive, for des
patch tier s. s. Moana.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Frnn
Cisco, close here daily at .M p. m. up to
June i-i.tn. inclusive, tor acspaicn per t
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, vis
nan r ranciaco, cioss nere oaiiy at
p. m. up to July 1Mb, Inclusive, for des
patch per s. s. Mariposa.
Note I'nless otherwise addressed. West
Australia Is forwarded via Europe; and
New Zealand and Philippines via San Fran
cisco the quickest routes. Philippines soc
ially addressed "via Cansda or -via Eu
rope must bu fully prepaid at the forelKU
rates. Hawaii is forwarded via San Fran
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port
of sailing dally and the schedule of closing
s arrannen on me presumption or their
uninterrupted overland transit. I Registered
mail closes at t p. m. previous nay.
(.UKntiUltn VAN OOTT,
Postofflce, New York, N.
Y., May 28, lynS
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFF1CE-
Omaha, Neb., May 28, 1903. Sealed pro
posals, lit triplicate, win he received here
and by QUAiU-rmasters at the posts named
herein, until 10 a. m., central time, June
29, 19oj, for furnishing oats, bran, hay and
straw, during nscai year commencing juiv
1, 1903, at Forts Crook, Niobrara and Rob
inson. Neb.. Omaha Q. M. denot. Neb..
Jefferson Burracks, Mo., Forts Iavenworth
and Blley, Kan., l.ogan u. itoots. Ark.,
Bono and Sill. Okl. 1'roposals for delivery
at other points will be entertained. V. s.
reserves right to reject or accept Bny or
all proposals, or any part thereof. Infor
mation furnished on application here, or
to Quartermaster at stations named. En
velopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposals for Forage," addressed
to undersigned or to Ousrtermasters at
poets above named. JNO. W. PULLMAN,
(J. Q. M. Jld4t&26-27M
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER.
MASTER, FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan.,
May 7, isiu. Mcaiea proposals, in triplicate
will be received here until 11 a. m.. Central
time. June 6 l'.03. and then opened, for an
Electric lighting System at Fort Leaven
worth, Kansas. Full Information and blank
forms or proposal turiiisneci on application
to this ofllec. United States reserves the
right to accept or reject any or all pro
posals or any part thereof. Envelopes
should be endorsed, "Proposals for Electric
lighting System, sddressea to Major D.
E. McCarthy, vjuartermasier.
DAILWAT TIME CARD.
UNION STATION lOTH AND MABCY.
..a 9:40 am
a 7:Ko pm
a 8:25 pm
The Fast Mall
California impress a 4:jj pm
t'eltlr Kxnress all:30 pm
Eastern Express a 6:80 pm
The Atlantic Express... a 7:30 am
The Colorsdo Special... 7:10 am a 3:40 am
Chicago epeoial a 3:'.0 am
Lincoln, jieainoe ana
Stromsburg Express. .b 4:00 pm bl8:fO pm
North Platte Local a 8.00 am a 6:15 pm
Grand Island Local b 6;30 pm b 8:26 am
W abaaa. ; ' .
sr. Louis "Cannon Ball"
Express v.a6:55pra a 8:30 am
St. - Louis Local, coun
cil Bluffs. ......v a 9:15 am a!0:30 pm
Chleaao, Milwaukee A St. Pan!
Chicago Daylight ..a 7:46 am all:16 pm
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:46 pm a 8:40 pm
Chicago Limited a 8:05 pm a 7:50 am
Des Moines Express.,.. a 7:45 am a 8:40 pm
Chicago, Back Island A Pacific
Chios ko Daylight L't'd.a 6:00 am a :4S am
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7: am a 9:35 pm
Chicago Express bll:15 am a 6;. '16 pm
Des Moines .xpress....a a:oo pm u:cmj am
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:36 pm a 1:26 pm
Rocky Mountain L t d. .a 8:50 pm a 4:56 am
Ijincoin, v-oiu. DifiioB.
Denver. Pueblo and
West a 1:30 pm a 6:00 pm
Colo., Texas, Cal. and
Oklahoma Flyer a 6:40 pm all; 40 pm
Chicago Express a 7:35 am a 6:10 pm
Chicago, Aiinneapuus oz
St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm a 3:06 am
Minneapolis & St. Paul
Express oT:.am b 10:35 pm
Chicago I-ocal 10:30 am
Chicago Express a!0:35 am
Cklcaao Jt North westera.
"The Northwestern Line."
Fast Chicago a 3:4u am a 7:00 am
Mall a a:w vm a s ail am
Local Sioux City a 6:10 am a 8:80 pm
Daylight St. Paul a 7:35 am al0:26 pm
Daylight Chicago a 8:00 am all: 10 pm
Local Chicago all :3V am a 6:10 pm
Local t.euar riupius.... o;iv pm
Limited Chicago a 8:lo pm
a 9:15 am
Local ("nrroll a 4:00 pm
Fast Chicago a 6:50 pm
Fast St. Paul a8:10pm
a 9:50 am
a a:4u pm
a 8:16 am
a 2:40 Pm
Local Sioux City bt:00pm
b 9:iK) am
Norfolk Bonesteel...a T:lo am
Lincoln A Long Plne...b 7:16 am
St. Louis Express 810:90 am
K. C. & St. L. Ex al0:50 pra
a (:2f pm
a 6:16 am
WEBSTER DEPOT lfJTH ft WEBSTER.
Chlcaao A Korlknaatera, Nebraska
sad Wyomlnsr Division.
Black Hills. Deadwood.
l.ead. Hot Springs. .. .a 8:00 pra a 1:00 pm
Wyoming Cuxper and
Douglas d 3:00 pm 6:00 pm
tlssiinga, ion, uavia
City. Superior, Geneva.
Kxeter and Seward. ..b 3:00 pm b 6:00 pm
( blcaao, St. Paal, Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger. ,,a 8:30 am
Sioux City Passenger. .a 2:00 pm
Oakland Loca. b 6:45 pm
Nebraska Loenl, Via
a 9:10 pm
b 8:45 am
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:26 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Binuruuy. e uauy except monuay.
BUBLINUTON STATION IOTH at MASON
Bnrllncton A Mlasonrl Blver.
Wymore, Beatrice ana
Lincoln a 8:50 am
Nebraska, Express a 8:50 am
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm
a 7:45 pm
a 6.45 am
Black 1 ill m ana 1'ugei
Sound Express.. all:10 pm a 3:10 pm
C l o r a u o vesiuiuiea
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:52 pm
Fort Crook and Platts-
mouth b 8:20 pm
Bellevui A Pacific Jet.. a 7:50 pm
Bellevue A PaclHo Jet. .a 3:50 am
a 3:10 pm
a 9.08 am
a 8:27 am
Chicago, Burlington A qaiarr
Chicago Speelul a 7 on am
Chicago Vesdbuled Ex. .a 4 pm
Chicago Local a 9:18 am
Chicago Limited a 8:0J pm
a 3:55 pm
a 7 :4'i am
a 7 4) am
a 2.40 pin
City, Bt. Joseph Connrll
III a (Ta.
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 1:15 am a tJ6 pm
St. Louis Flyer a 6:10 pin all am
Kansas City Night Ex .a!0:30 piu a 4.15 am
cHo UK8 v. a xau gTgaiituirs
KBW YORX LONDONbgHRT AND GLASGOW,
NSW YORK. OIBKALTAK AND KAPLKS.
Superior aoeaaamoAaiioa. Kieallent Culalna, Tba
toutlwt 9i raMrigra crluUy iwoatdorea Slocie
r houi4 Tfp llckala iMtitd Uivmi Svw Tork aa
Scaica, gLg.tak. ifiaa au4 all iiliclil coj.Liuqi1
boiula at aLractlva ralaa. Sud fur buoa Ttfura.
Tor tuku of a""! Itifurwatiua aylf ft aaf
Ivcal te:.t of th At.citor bins or la
stM8uM luiua., (.M l AaauUfc Gkli
MANY JUDICIAL CANDlDAThS
AJlofth Frent Ditr ct Court Judge Out
SOME Of THEM WILL HAVE CONTtSTS
J. W. rarr, A. C. Troap, W. A. Beddlek,
A. I., gattaa, W, U, gears, I D.
Holmes aad Hermaa Kye
Amona the Caadldates. -
The arena from which will emerge the
successful aspirants for republican nomina
tions for the district bench Is already dotted
with the forms of those who would wear
the title of Judge. Now that It Is prac-'
ttcally decided that the convention for the
Fourth district will be held June 37, activity
haa been redoubled and the contest Is under
Every one of the seven republican Judges
now In office Is anxious to continue tn pos
session of the Judicial robes. . Three of
them. Judges Dickinson, Slsbsugh and
Fawcett. are serving second terms, while
Judges Baxter and EsteJIs are closing first
terms and Judges Read and Day com
pleting unexpired terms which they were
called upon to flit.
Some time ago Judge Fawfett Indicated
that he would not be a candidal. Intima
ting that he might even resign to care for
some mining Interests. However, he has
since reconsidered Ihls decision and Is an
nounced as out for tho olTlce again.
Dickinson Now aa Omahaa.
Judge Dickinson waa elected originally
from Burt county, but last rail voted In
the Eighth ward, showing that be had
given up his residence In Burt county and
become a cltlsen of Omaba. He will not
have things altogether his own way In tha
Eighth, as an old-tline resident there, L.
D. Holmes. Is an avowed candidate, relying
a great deal upon his thorough acquaint
ance and long residence.
Judge Estelle Is said to count on his
Grand Army of tha Republic comrades to
rally to his support, additional prestige
having been given by hla recent election
as department commander of the organ
isation. He Is also a hlgh-un member of
the Elks and Is looking for considerable
backing from that order. , It will be re
membered that shortly after his election
four years ago Judge Estelle moved from
the First ward to the Ninth. This means
that he will have a contest on this time for
control of the ward delegation, Judge
Slabaugh residing within the boundaries
of ths Ninth and . having had Its support
Judge Irving F. Baxter, although he ones
had an eye on the supreme court, has
decided that he prefers the more certsln
honors on the district bench and la an
avowed candidate before tha convention.
He lives In the Fourth ward snd so far
no opponent to him has developed there-
Two la Seventh 'Ward.
Judges Day and Read who are eervlnj.
out fag-end terms both have homes In
the Seventh ward which means they muat
battle for the exclusive control of the
delegation unless they agree to divide It.
Aside from the present Judges a number
of others have manifested a disposition
towards an exceedingly receptive mood.
They Include James W. Carr, who has
tried to break Into tha ring before and
who previously lived In ths Fourth ward,
but has moved Into the First to get a
clearer field. A. C. Troup Is canvassing
for support In the Second ward and haa
no opposition there. Judge L. D. Holmes
haa already been mentioned In connection .
with ths Eight ward." Jn tha Sixth ward ,
there Is some talk of W. A. Roddick as a
candidate, although It lias' not been posi
tively announced. South Omaha will have
an aspirant tn the person of A L Sutton,
who served a term In the legislature and
who wss a county commissioner for a"
little while. He counts on bringing In
the South Omaha delegation.
Prom Other Coaatlea.
It has always been ths practice to give
the counties of Burt,. Wsshlngton and
Sarpy, which with Douglas, constitute ths
Fourth district, one .nomine out of the
seven, two canuiates navs aireaay ap
peared, one of them being W. O. Sears of
Burt county, former speaker of the house
of representatives and 'who has many
local friends, the other Is Herman Eye of
Blair, who haa bsen county attorney for
There has been considerable talk con
cerning the probable apportionment of
delegates. If tha same basis Is used ss
that taken for the stats convention, which
gives Douglas county nlnty-two delegates,
the apportionment will have to be reduced
to precincts and wards and there wltl be
play for soma nice mathematics. This
question Is on that will com before th
commute meetings this week.
IT CI BED THE DOCTOR.
New "eleatlfio Daadrafl Treatment ,
Beeommended fcy Physician.
Mrs., Mary C, Crawford,' Oakesdala
Wash.: "Herplcld cured m perfectly ot
dandruff and fulling hair."
Dr. E. J. Beardsley, Champaign, III: "I
used Herplclde for dandruff and falling
hair and I am well satisfied . with, the
Alf It. Kelly, 3195 Deeudero street, San
Francisco: "Herplclde put a Dew growth
of hair on my head. Herplcld does more
than Is claimed."
Herplclde kills the dandruff germ. "De
stroy th cause, you remove Ui effect"
dandruff, falling hair and finally baldness.
At all druggists. Send 10 cents In stamp
for free sample to Th Herplclde Co ,
NO MISS BINGHAM FOR OMAHA
Plump Amelia and Her Star Aggrra
ration Will Not Play ,r
Omaha's season of touring theatrical
companies Is surety at. an end, as th
Amelia Bingham company, which was to
have been the flnsl tngsgemant at th
Boyd next week, has canceled. Manager
Burgess tried to have this data called off
some time ago bet a us It Interfered with
the run of the stock company now on th
boards, but Miss Bingham's representative
couldn't see It that way. Th closing down
of the theaters at Kansas City and Bt.
Joseph, however, which wer to share th
week with Omaha, forced tha Chang of
program, and the whole tour has been
THIRTY TOl'RS will Uata arlsg tha
spaauu, turning la a Miasm? and M
abia Biauuar all parts af gurap baa
Mediterranean to th AMI
see wiring tram I la U vsaka at tans
32& to ft.oOO,
All Casanaae locludad.
Alao IndlTlitaal Trarsl Tlkta food at
any tlua, a' lavaal rata enlltlln Bald
era ta esrrleae of Ceok'tejlatarsretars at
All Porta and Railway Statioaa.
rroaramoM'S aad Partlealara tron
TKOS. COOK & SON,
i,m kroadvar. We
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