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THE OMAHA DAILY J1EE: MONDAY, JUNE 15. 1003.
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WANTED, poult I on an stenographer by
young man Address F -1, Be.
A M2W 19x
Bookkeeblna. btenosrrunhv. Touch Typ
writing. tninmiBult). etc. Experienced
teachers. Deliguttul rooms; llreprool
building; all modern method a and laeui
Ilea, Students admitted, every day. Keg
ular term rpens July 6. 'Phone, call or
write lor prospectus.
Tl. iMi. .New tort. Building.
EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL SUMMER
SCHOOL. Ai' THE OMAMA COJ4MH.lt-
cl.ii. t ni.i,MiK.
From June 22 iu aukiui it, tor public school
children mid oineia. Branches from the
Moulin Kruno ud will l taught by ex
perienceu teachers. Reduced rate in
lorce lor all ueuHrtments. Rearular Busl
np, Shoriiianu una Typewriting, Tcleg
rapny, Plain penmanship, Pen An, School
Inlawing, Special tiram'nee may tie had
In class or ty private leaaona. Circulars
giving- full Particulars sent to any ad
dress. Call and make your arrangements
any day. send tor catalogue.
Address Rohruough Bros., Omaha, Neb,
TWENTY-FIVE school teachers for sum
mer work at auod salaries. Bee Man
ager, boo Ware oik. UMmI
WANTED Boy with wheel Good wages
Snerman McConnoll Drug Co., (-or
llith and Dodge. B M244
WAKTIT.IV f.ir IT H armv ahla-bodled Un
married men between ages of 21 and 36;
cillaens of United Hiatus, of good char
acter and temDerate habits, who can
speak, read end write Engllah. For In
formation apply to Recruiting 0"1jBr!
10th and Douge Sis., Omaha, and Randall
Hotel, Beatrice, Neb. B
WiNTun-Pianino- mill hand to run all
klnrla at iriuwl-maklrii machinery. O. G.
Collin, Falrbury, Neb. B M891 18
WANTED Pattern makers $5c to 43c per
hour; steady employment; address Era
ulovmnnt denaftment. 8t. Louis Trades
u.u.L..Iiilinn I hcmlrul bids.. St. Loulb."
t xiTTrn narir rulers, arond down line
maM . imn vmmc mnn for feint line: both
steady. Baker-vawter Aiciiiaoiivn...
WANTED, engineer to learn to run wash
room in laundry. Aaaress w , reo umw
Council Bluffs. u-oam
WANTED, men everywhere, good pay, to
diatribut circulars, adv. matter, tack
aie-na. etc.: no canvassing. National Adv,
Bureau, Chicago. B M60 lax
W mTi?n Man to learn barber trade,
t Special Inducements for lumraw months,
. Portions guaranteed. Particulars free,
. Moler Barber College. 130. Douglas Pt.
HELP WANTED Machinists, pattern
OT.kara hollar makers. Highest wages:
steady employment. An Interesting prop
osition to competent men. None others
or.nlv Rmnlovment Department,
National Metal Trades Association, Union
Trust Building. Cincinnati, g
875 AND expenses traveling: HO home,
Call afternoon or evening. 118 N. 16th
B M297 18x
WANTED Representatives to solicit home
renters for co-operative home buying.
Profitable proposition for hustlers.
American Home Co-Operatlve Co.,
Niagara Falls, N. Y. B M366 16x
STATE managers wanted by one of Michi
gan's strongest food companies: liberal
remuneration, according to ability; high
est references required and given. Write
at once for full Information. Address,
Manager, P. O. Box 640, Battle, Creek.
Mich. B-M404 15X
WANTED Drug clerk with about three
years' experience. Halm's Pharmacy,
18th and Farnam sts. B MJ67 17
SALESMEN for Lambert tpewrlters, $20.
None better. Monro ft Co.. 8U N. Kith.
. . 658 '
WANTED Two salesmen salary or com
mission. C. F. Adams Co., 1619 Howard.
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
Call Canadian office, 16th & Dodge.
WANTED, experienced crockery sales
lady. Addra E w. Bee. , CHm
LADY WANTED $15 weekly; permanent
artistic employment at home; no expert
ence needed: material furnished; enclose
stamped direed envelop. Ticket Co.,
1,11. west Ud bt., Mew jar. L-ii-iu
),COPT letters at home; $12.60 paid weekly.
4J Send stamped - envelope, sample letter.
) Eureka Co., 23 puane St., New York.
' 1 . C T4 14x
WANTED Two dining room girls at Union
Hotel, lit iv and Mason.- .. . tJ3iJ ix
WANTED Ladies to learn halrdressing.
manlcurlnv and massage. (Special Induce
inents now. Poaltioiw guaranteed. Call
or write. Moler College, Uo2 Douglas Bu
. , c MJa l!x
IMMEDIATELY, 16 ladies to make sofa
pillows: $6 to $9 weekly. Call afternoon.
or evening. 118 N. ltllh. C-M2iT-16x
WANTED Girl for general housework;
small family, good wage to rignt party
618 S. 26th Ave. C M349 16
WANTED An experienced saleslady to
take charge of corset .department. Apply
to Mrs. J. Benson. . - c Mu iox
LADIES can make from $75.00 to $100.00 per
month selling our suits, walking sKirts,
coraets. etc.: no experience required; can
devote part or all of your tima. Wit
tor particulars and outfit. National Cor
set & Skirt Co.. Detroit. Mich.
C M40J JyU
MIDDLE-AGED woman of buiiinea quail
tios with decision of mind to fill a posi
tlon Immediately. Address F 56, Bee
WANTED, competent girl
boiiseork. 511 S 24th at
t M44T i
FOR REST UOlBKS.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co , oitice iollVs Farnam, or Tola. lU-aui.
n " !" "t the city. R.
I w vJi-w l, cetera & CO., Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT, lr-room house, all modern ex
cept furnace, vot r. win si., aoi.uu. c. M.
Bachmau. 4J6-37 A'axtou ma. D Hit
lir l " Prts of th city. The O
IIVJUOCJ . f. Davis Co., U Bee Bldg
HOUSES, Insur.uc. lUngwalt, Barker Blk.
AYNE-BOSTWICK CQ Choice housea
ul-aoS Nw Vol it um Bldg. fhona lul.
WE MOVE planoa
kg Cu. Tel. !
Maggard Van ft Stor-
o.nco, 1,13 Webster St.
FOR RENT, eight room detached nous
. and turn; Ur.e lawn and strictly modern.
Apply Saw Dodg tSL Can Ua soen today.
ONE of those fine, ail modern, T-roora brick
hnuae. 2th and Ixarta els., $-W.W. G. E.
Turkliiglon, t B. D M221
FIVE-ROOM cwtug. modern,
i H ,lh.
FOR REST HOt SEN.
FOR RENT, $S8 s month. 7-room com
pletely modern hoHeo, nickel plated open
plumbing, house newly painted, papered
and varnished throughout; good Iwiw
men! with slat laundry tubs. Beautiful
location; 1036 Bo. 3oth Ave., near two
Hanacnm park car lines. The Byron
Used Co., 212 Bo. 14th 8L D 283x
-ROOM house, 2f Bn. 2d;
ciatern and city
water; good cnnnitlon,
Breen, 3n Bo. 13th Bt
2477 HARNEY. -room modern, f.16 per
month. Wm. K. rotter, Kec. Brown Mk.
l-room modem house,
2248 N. lth st 120.00
8-room modern house,
RISfi Farnam st IS. 00
lo-room modern house, '
622 N. 19th st J46.00
THOMAS BRENNAN, 309 B. 13TH ST.
FOR RENT, 4-room flat, 1112 8.
8-ROOM modern house.
east front, cornej- lot
Call 0S N. Y. Life. Tel. 367.
HOUSE for rent cheap near Hanscom
park. Address F 62, Bee. D M345 16x
256 ST. MARY'S ave., 9-r. modern. 130.
2S" Harney, -r. modern cottage, $20.
2110 S. 84th -r., city water,
GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM ST.
FOR RENT, large modern residence, newly
papered and painted, tin lawn and shade.
No. 1044 Oeoriria ave.
Modern dwelling apartment, Davldge bldg.,
opposite city hall,
l-room hove, city water, 112) g. utn st.
l-room cottage, 13th and Wlllinm sta.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1802 Fainnm Pt.
D M407 16
FOR RENT, 6-room house, 21st and" V sts..
Doutn omana. v amiz tax
FOR RENT, modern 10-room brick dwell
5J S. 2Sth St., 140.
IV 8. 28th at., m.
867 8. 28th St., $40.
(Keys at 672 S. 27th st.
Rooms are large and first floor, finished
in solid oak: furnace, bath. gas. etc.'
7 f vr.il want a trnnA anaelrkli. Mnv.nl.nt
dwelling, in splendid locality and on paved
street you snouia see tnese nerore renting.
GEO. P. HKMIB REAL ESTATE CO.
306 Paxton Block. 'Phone B.s5,
FOR RENT, 7-room house. 2839 Farnam
street: new plumbing, fine bathroom:
complete repair; large grounds; rent mod
erate. Inquire at 607 N. Y. Life bldg.
I D M427 16
FOR RENT, cottage, 609 B.
33rd St. Tel.
. D 154
FOR RENT. 6-room house, large yard.
shade, at 911 S. 26th fit. Call Monday
afternoon. D 4S 14x
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel. 13th and Farnam.
AETNA HOUSE, European, Utn ft Dodge.
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th ft Chicago.
L. M. E. hauls trunks.
$1.00 to $2.00 per week. 422 So. 18th St., one
block south or court house. Jir
214 NORTH 17TH St.
LARGE front south room, with alcove.
bath; every modern convenience; use o
telephone. 2564 Harney. E M909
NICE cool room, modern, very reasonable;
gentlemen preferred, ujs is. lith.
DINING, kitchen, bedroom, also other nice
rooms; modern; beat location. 411 N. 19th
St. E M246
ELEGANT rooms, 1909 Capitol ave.
E 270 Jyll
LARGE front room, very desirable, nice
shade, close In, suitable for two gentle
men, eii u. lvtn ave. m mz
LARGE south front room; first-class Joca
tlon. Farnam. jMVX lux
NICE rooms, 2580 Harney.
I E M429 20
LOVELY large front, strictly modem
newly furnished and papered, best loca
lion, to Harney st. j 441
modern, private. 908
E 4m 21x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND HOARD.
THE FARNAM, 19th ft Farnam. F-671
ROOM and board, reasonable; all modern,
with 'phone a-to. 2406 cass Bt.
609 8. 2STH AVE.; private family. F-M726
NICE rooms, good board. 415 N.
NICELY furnished rooms, with or without
board: day board or meal tickets rea
sonabie. Midland Hotel, 16th and Chicago
FOR RENT INFVRNISHED ROOMS,
rriR bfnt. unfurnished rooms, slngl
and enaulta. witnneii Biag., min ana
Harney. N. P. Dodge ft Co., 1614 Farnam.
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT, tha bulldins? formerly occu
?led by Th Bee at aitt Farnam Bt. it nas
our stories and a basement which was
formerly used as The Baa press room,
This will be rented very reasonably. If
interested iddIy at office of C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room luO, Bee building.
FOR RENT, bulldine sultabl for whole
ale purposes at 916 Farnam, 22x90, four
stories and nrst-ciass cemented casement,
elevator, fire and buralar proof vault.
office counter and fixtures. For price and
Dsrtlculara lnauire C. C. Rosewater, sec
retary tha Be Building Co., room 100. Be
building. I Mj67
OFFICES In The Be building. $10.00 per
month up; rental prica includes neat,
lluht and iamtor service. R. C. Peters
Co.. ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1206
WANTED, canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady emolovment with assured good in
come. Agents in the country with horse
and buitvry especially desired. Canvasser
make easily $60 to $100 per month. Ad
dress Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Be building, omana. j
LADY canvassers for
Monroe ft Co., Ui N. 16th.
YOU CAN clear unusual profits selling
Minuet Bktrt ft Waist Holders; every wo
man buys invariably reorViers; par tic u
lara and samDle on apprevai. w neater
L'aldwln. 6u6 Uarden City Bldg-. Chicago.
WANTED TO RKJiTi
WANTED, a modern flat In a modern
apartment houe.- FRO. Bee. K M455 Ifix
WANTED TO BUt.
M GOODMAN. 2716 or 1821 Douclas street.
pays cash for all kinds of merchandise.
N M4H1 JiiX
FOH SALE KIK.MTIHE.
CHICAGO Furnitur Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2u20. New and second-hand bought, sold.
exchanged. - o 6,1
FURNITURE of 7 rooms, will take board
as part pay. Address t 11, Bee.
TIME to paint that buggy or wagon
' Frost. 141 h and Iavenworth. P I
FOH SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
NEW and 2d-hand typwrttrs. Ill Farnam.
BUSINESS college scholarship for sal at
a bargain in one of Omaha's leading com
mercial colleges; llf scholarship. Address
S 47. Be vltice. Q M716x
FOR 8ALE Cran hydraulic elevator, can
b used either passenger or freight; com
p'.at. iron guldo poat. rag snd wir en
cloauin J. L. srandels ft Sons.
, . a-
EVERY MAN IN OMAHA SHOULD OWN A HOME.
BY WATCHING THE REAL ESTATE ADS. YOU CAN FIND ONE AT
A BARGAIN. v
FOR SALE MISCELI.ANEOtS.
WIRE fence for nous, poultry, lswn and
farms. Wire Works, 611 S. 16th. Tel. lf,9t).
Q 678 Jyl2
FtR 8AI.E! First mortgage note bearing t
per cent lnieresi., payaoie every six
months; has about 2H years to run; good
security and endoraod by responsible
party; amount, i.s". inquire C. M.
Bachman, Room 421 Paxton block.
Rose a Art store.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1118 Farnam.
2DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
IRON end wire fences, tree guards, trel-
llees. western Ancnor ence Co., 205 No.
17th St. Q-M248
"I LOVE HIM PEST OF ALL."
This Is the moat beautiful song yet written;
tne woras ana muaic are a masterpiece of
the poet's art. For sale in Omaha, Neb.,
by the Collins Piano Co., price 25c; by
mall 26c. Q-M138 jylx
FOR SALE New and second-hand soda
fountains on monthly payments. S. B.
Richmond, 436 So. 24h St. Q 34 J14x
CATALOGUE cut drug prices free. Sher
man d: Mcconr.eil Drug Co., Omaha.
FOR SALE SePond-hand Locomobile; In
flrst-claHS shape, at one-half price. Call
or address, 1621 Farnam St. Q 683
TELEPHONE poles, long flr timbers:
chicken fence; oak piling. 901 Douglas.
FOR SALE t electric motor with belting,
o-norae power, jiihk Appiy western Elec
trical Co., 1212 Farnam at. Q M220 16
FOR SALE S fresh cows,
one Jersey. 2826
MME. LUCRETIA, medium, 1709 California.
s MSlia Jy5
MRS. CARRIE SMITH, SOVEREIGN
iADY QUEEN of clairvoyants; every
thing told; past, present and future. Sat
isfaction or no pav 807 N. Hth. 8 M966
GRACE O'BRYAN, Baths, 720 8. 13th.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, 2d floor, r. S
GOLDIE POWERS, 720 Bo. 13th. Tel. 1962.
T MJi 19
MISS HOWARD, elegant massage and
vapor oatns; aiconoi ruDoing. iiii im.
16th, flat E. T-M503 J26
FANNIE TEMPLE, massage, alcohol bath;
assistant, aa poor, 606 r. ititn,
T- M538 J28
MISS LA BAN, massage baths, Egyptian
treatment. 1817 Leavenworth st., Hat 8.
T M3Q4 J2
BATHS, massage, 1718 Nicholas, F. 6, 2d fir.
i 119,11 jya
EMOLINE SHEPARD, massage, vapor and
aicononc Dams, za poor, von xsionn lutn st.
, T-S96 Jy4
MRS. DAVTS. 1621 Howard st.,' baths; first-
class assistant. . T 273 Jyll
FANNIE TEMPLE, 606 N. 18th St., 3d floor.
i m aiN
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity. R. 2 and
8. 1606 Farnam St. U 684
VIAVI, a wholesome nerve and tissue food
ana nome treatment Tor disorders of
women. Free booklet. Viavl Co., 34$ Red
Biag. u H
HOME during confinement; flrst-class. Dr.
Ij. i xuiuer, zout Biondo. pnone F-llrc:.
MAGNET PILE KILLER.
At druggists, $L
ELITE PARLOR?, 615 8. 16th at., 2d floor.
MRS. JACOBSON. 2206 N. 20th St
i . . U-MZU J19
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
iinement; uaoies ooaroea and adopted.
Mrs. Gardels, 2234 Lake. Tel. Red-ll&4.
PRIVATE home during confinement: babies
noopiea. th uood Samaritan Sanitarium,
728 1st ave.. Council Bluffs, la. U M489
PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladles before and
nuring nonnnement. Dr. and Mrs. Gerlsch,
3625 California St. Terras reasonable.
U 461 J23
EDERER, Bristol Bt. florist. Tel. 1796.
FOR goodness sake, smoke an ' "Unci
Oscar," th bent 6c cigar. , U M206 J19
RAIN or shine,' smoke "Kips" Guarantees
and be in line. All dealers, 5c.
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E.
CHIROPODY, manicuring, scalp, facial.
hygienic and special message taught and
practiced. A. Mayer, 512 Bee bldg. Con
sultation free. Use Re-No-May Powder.
We have on hand th following
which we wilt sell next week
Cheaper than Sewing Ma
chines have . ever been sold
in this city.
Drop-head Davis $15.00
Drop-head Singer $20.00
Drop-head Standard $2o.b0
These machines are the latest things
these different factories produce, and will
give as good service aa If they were new.
we also nave oox-top maenmes, ot any
make, complete with attachments, from
$5 00 to $10.00.
Wa rent machines for 75 cents per week.
Nebraska Cycle Co.,
Cor. 15th and Harney.
334 Broadway. C. B.
BOSTON UMBRELLA FACTORY, 606 a
16th. Umbrellas re-covered, repaired or
made. Tel. 1617. U Mil'' J 27
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith ft Co., 1320 Farnam street.
WANTED City and farm loans; also bonds
and warrant. H. C. Peters ft Co., liirt
Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W &W
FARM and city loans; low rates. W. 1C
Thomas, First Nat 1 Bank Bldg. Tel. 16u.
Sherwood, 937 N. Y. Llf.
4 TO IP, C money.
Bemls, Paxton Block.
FIVE PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros., 1(04
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1524 Douglas.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURE. PIANOS, LIVE STOCK.
- Ixw rata and easy term.
Try .us If you want to av money.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
633 Paxtou Block. 16th and Farnam Sts.
LARGEST BUBINEHa IN IX1AN8 TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team,
siers. awarding housea, etc.. without aa-
rurity; eaaiawt terms, 40 nlflita In iinn
rlpal cltlaa. Tolman, 4 Board of Trm.i
bid. . . .. . x-
FR SALE MI-rEM.ANEOl S.
To salaried employes and wage earners:
Get our system of loans that gets you.
out of debt. Any lady or gentleman,
clerks bookkeeper, salesman. tralnmin,
machinist, engineer, etc.. having reliable
employment can get. Just on hts note:
Monthly. M'thly. W'kly.
to tis...$ il or $13.36 or $ij B6
to us... 13 33 or 6 66 or 8 36
to us... .wi or 3.83 or 1 6
to u... 4.00 or 2.00 or l.t
$1 On Return
Easiest terms, lowest rstes. confidential.
No Inquiries. Quick service. Courteous
THE STAR IX3AN CO.. 644 PAXTON BLK.
X M191 .
U A CVTO GET
CAO I TO PAY
Best explains our methods.
We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipt, etc. Or if you have a permanent
position we can make you a
without security, except your own agree
ment to repay. Our service Is quick and
confidential and we always try to please.
All that wo ask Is that you give us a -call
before you borrow elsewhere.
OMAHA MORTGAGE IiOAN CO..
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2296.
(Established 18112.) 306 So. 16th St.
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE AND SALARIES.
$10 to $300 loaned on FURNITURE. PIANOS,
etc., and to SALARIED i'EOPLE at very
low rates and for any length of time,
without publicity or removing the prop
erty. Payments can be made to suit
your convenience. Call and get our terms
before going elsewhere.
RELIANCE CREDIT CO.
Room 308. Paxton Block. Room 308.
SALARY LOANS UPON PLAIN NOTES.
American Loan Co., Paxton block, 3d floor,
MONEY loaned on pianos.
elry, horses, cows, etc. c
3)9 a 13.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., sue. to 1J. ureen, it. s, Bargar rK.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
ople; business confidential ; lowest rates.
paxton diock. une j. uutton to.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
any property or Dusiness quicx, see j. h.
r Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life . Y-609
FOR SALE, a good furniture, hardware
and undertaking buslnoas, store" building
nd residence also. Address Box 168, Ply
mouth, Neb. Y M198
AUCTIONEER I make a specialty closing
out or reducing any kind of mdse. at auc
tion. Address for ten days L. W. Newell,
Plainview, Neb. Y-M425 20x
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
want to buy land that has raised 65 bu.
wheat, 60 bu. corn and 6 tons of alfalfa
iper acr at $7 to. $16 per acre? .Ak me
about it. Hllahd, P. Lockwood, Kansas
City, Mo. RE-M358-17
CHEAP FARMS IN MISSOURI
The Cooley Inv. & R. E. Co., 923-924 N. Y.
Life Bldg., will run their popular cut rate
excursion to southern Missouri on next
Tuesday, June 16, leaving Omaha at 10:60
, p. m. Parties contemplating a trip with
us should call at our office not later than
Tuesday noon that we may make ar
rangements for tickets.
. -. COOLEY INV. &l R..E. CO. '
, :KE-M393 15
MAKE an offer on lots 11 and 12. Tabor
Place; on easy terms. M.- F. Sears, 2238
N. 18th. ,.1S lex
ROOM, AIX. MODERN.
6-room house, with furnace, porcelain bath.
gas, sewerage, oak finish downstairs, full
east front lot on boulevard; no special
tuxes; owner, compelled to make a change
' and offers the property for quick sal at
t2,500; most complete small house on our
list; act quickly If interested.
HARRISON ft MORTON,
912-13 N. Y. Life. Tel. 814.
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The o.
Davis Co.. Room 508, Bee Bldg. RE 611
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAlleater, land oommiisioner. Union Pa
ciiio Headquurters, Omaha, Neb.
. ' .-' RE 172 '
10-ROOM modern house, 11 blocks from
postofnee, for sale cheap. 108 N. 15tli.
Benewa & Co. RE-4U2
CHARLES E., 1203
THAT we can locate you If you are looking
for a desirable building lot In a conven
ient part of th city. We have very de
s i ruble vacant properties In every portion
of the city, and expect to offer excep
tional bargains in that line this summer.
The terms can be made to suit the. pur
chaser. If you contemplate building or
wish to get started on site for your
home, call and see us. N. P. Dodgu ft
Co., Phone 687, 328 Broadway, Council
Bluffs. RE M22S
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co.. 811 North 16th,
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL Hinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. 1. ocnutree, vim
and Lake Sts. 370
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
A. J. P1ERSON, 20th and Burt. Tel.
BEND your carpet and rugs to Christen
son's Carpet Cleaning Works, 8221 N. 20th
St. . Tel. 1669. -19
Miss Sturdy, 624 N. 20th st
CAPT. CORMACK, 617 Karbach. Tel. A-2832.
DRESSMAKING parlors at 2233 Seward St
C H. PAUL, removed to residence, 2022
Burt. Tel. f-iii.
F. C. CLARK, dentist,' formerly of Council
Bluils, uow located at cuming st.
DR. E. H.
G. R. Rathbun, room IS,
Com'l Nat Bank.
HE8 ft SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam. V
HENDERSON, florist, 11 Fmraara at
noi.I) AND UlLVeil I'MIIVU,
OMAHA PLATING CO.. Be Bdg. Tel. 2f.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
ceaspools and vaults, removes garbage
snd dead .mlmals at reduced prlcos. ml
N. Ifith. Tel. 1779 27
LA WN MOWERS.
SHARPENED. P. Melcholr, 13th ft Howard.
LAWN MOWERS sharpened, saws filed, timbrel!,-.
repaired, keys, etc., 309 N. liith.
Tel. 2974. C32
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8T1LLMAN ft PRICE, 23 U. 8.
N'l B k. bid.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., 1st floor N. Y.
Life Bldg., attorneys and collectors every,
MACFARLAND ft MAY, New York Llf
Bldg., room 304. "Phone 15f,2. 630
OMAHA Steam Laundry and City Towel
Supply. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. A-17S3.
THOS. J. KELLY, voice.
FOR RENT, piano players, or piano ond
player together. llano Player Co., Tel.
Letovsky's orchestra. T. L-2684. Terms easy.
MISS ELEANOR HARDY
Voice and Piano Studio
319 RAMGE BLOCK.
Special Terms to Summer Students.
OMAHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC, 316 Ramg
blk.: summer term. Apply rt. w rignt,
L,. l. c. M., Director. Phone lioi.
GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 515, New York Lit Bldg. lei. im.
Th Hunt Infirmary, McCague Bldg. T. 23S2,
Atsen ft Farwell, Paxton bk.
604-7. T. 1365.
H. J. COWGILL No fee unless successful
318 S. 15th St., Omaha. Tel. 1796. - U
PATENTS-Sues ft Co., Omaha, Neb. II
lustrated patent book rree. Tel. .'3.
PAINTING AND PAPERING.
PAINTERS and paperhangers, 707 8. 27th
st. See us for first class work, or teie
phone 2141. Ward ft Harpster. 179 Jy8
PRINTING, BRIEFS, ETC.
WATERS Printing Co.
tlon. Tel. 2190.
CALL up Gardner Printing Co., Tel. A -323,
for all kinds of Job printing. 617 S. 13th st.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing, all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
OMAHA Hug Factory, 1521 Leaven.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN SANT'B school. 717 N.
NEB. Business ft Shorthand College, Boyd's
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramg Bldg.
OM. Van. Stor. Co., 1511H Farn. Tels. 1559-862.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
p. M. Phil Din, iioa f arnam. 'Phone 784.
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
THE DEPOT on time. L. M. E.
LUNDBERG, 115 8. 17th.
GATE CITY Upholstering Co., woven wlr
springs iigntenea. Tel. li-anb. 1705 8t,
Mary a ave. Ml 63
HAMBLETONIAN stallion. nnnflh,n
me largest and rasiest trotting bred pacer
in the west, sired by a gratiduon; dam a
granddaughter of liamblttonisn 10, will
stand for stock at 4021 N. 18th st. A1 .in
A liumnuu. K ftl
(Should b read DAILY by all interested,
as changes may -occur ut uuy time).
Foreign malls for the v -ck ending June SO.
1903, Will close (PROMPTLY In ull .-V
at the general postoLicc us follows: Puru.
jaw mans ciosu one Hour earlier than clos.
Ing time shown below. Parcels-post mails
for Germany close bt 3 p. ni. Monday and
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, clos one hour later at Foreign
TUESDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE, per
s. s. Kaiser Wllhelm der Grosse. via
Plymouth, Cherbourg and Bremen; at 8:30
a. m. for ITALY direct, per s. s. UmbrU
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Um
brla"). WEDNESDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE
per s. s. New York, via Southampton; at
7:30 a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct
per s. s. Rotterdam (mall must b di
rected "per s. a. Rotterdam"); at 8:30 a m
(supplementary 1o a. m.) for EUROPE
per a. s. Germanic, via Queenstown.
THURSDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE
per s. s. A. Victoria, via Plymouth. Cher
bourg and . lamburg , (mall for France
Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Tur
key, Egypt. Greece, British India and
Lorenzo Marques must ba directed "per
a. s. A. Victoria"); at 7 a. m. for
FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, ITALY
SPAIN. PORTUGAL. TURKEY, EGYPT
GREECE, BRITISH INDIA and LO
RENZO MARQUEZ, per a s. La Lor
raine, via Havre (mall for other parts of
Europe must be directed "per s. s. La
FRIDAY At 9 a. m. (supplementary 10:30
a. m.) for EUROPE, per a. s. Cedrlc, via
Queenstown (mall must b directed "per
s. s. Cedrlc"!; at 6:30 p. m. for AZORES
ISLANDS, per s. a. Cambroman, from
SATURDAY At I a. m. for BELGIUM
direct, per a. s. Finland (mall must b
directed "per s. s. Finland"): at 8:30 a. m.
(supplementary 10 a. m.) for EUROPE,
per s. a. Etrurla. via Queenstown; at 9:30
a. rn. for ITALY direct, per s. s. Kouig
Albert (mall must be directed "per s. s.
Konlg Albert";; at 9:30 a. m for SCOT
LAND direct, per s. s. Anchor la (mall
must b directed "per s. s. Am hoi la",
PRINTED MATTKR. ETC-Thls steamer
takes printed matter commercial ppe,is
and samples for Germany only.' Ttie same
t-la.s of mall matter for other parts of
Europe will not lie sr.. iiia ship unless
Seclallv !!'- ied ay it
After the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic malls named above addi
tional supplementary mulls are opened on
the titt. of tho Atnr-rican, Ktntllsh,
French and German steamer., and remain
open until within ten minutes of the hour
of sailing of steemer.
Snath and C
, Weat larilea,
Tt'ERDAY At 9:S0 s. m
10:30 u. ml for CENTRA
(except Costa Rica) and SOUTH l'A
ClFli; PORTH. per s. s. Soguranca. via
Colon (mall for Ountrmaln mimt b di
rected "IMT a. a. iuiiiancj."l.
WEDNESDAY-At In a. m. for GRENADA.
TRINIDAD ami C1UDAD BOLIVAR, per
a. k. Mara nas.
THI HSDAl-AI 8 a. m for CUBA, per a s.
igllancia (mail for Mexico, via Pro
grtao. Camp.che and Vera Crux must lie
tlli-ecled "per a. s. Visllnticla"); at 12 m.
for GI ANI ANAMO mid SANTIAGO, per
s. s. Seneca (mail for Mexico, via Turn-
Pico, must ne directed "tier a. a. Seneca i.
FRIDAY At 1 p. m. for PORTO PLATA.
per s. s. Captain ilennctt, from Bostun
tmnll for other parts of the Dominican
Republic must be dtrecled "per a. s. C.ip
BATl ItDAY At 7 n. m. for NEWFOUND
lam), tier s. . Silvio: at K n. m. for
BERMUDA: per s. a. Trinidad: nt 8:30
a. m (supplementary 9:Sn a. m.) for
CURACAO and VENEZUEI.A. per s s.
Maracutlio (mall Tor SaViintlla and Car
tagena must be directed "per s. s. llnra
cnlbo"); nt 9 a. tn. for PORTO RICO, per
s. s. Ponce," at 9:3ii a. tn. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for INAGUA mid HAITI, per
s. s. Flandrla; at 9:30 a. m. (supplemen
tary 10:30 a. in.) for FORTUNE ISLAND.
JAMAICA. 8AVAMLT.A, CARTAGENA
nnd GREYTOWN. per s. s. Valencia (mull
for VostB Rlr must be directed "per s. s.
Valenclu"li nt 10 a. in. for C't'BA, per B. a.
Mexico, Via' Havana: at 10 a. in. for
HAITI, p-r s. S. Prills Mnurlts (mtltl for
Curacao, Vencrnela, Trinidad. British and
Dutch Gulnnn must be directed "per s. s.
Pilns Maorlts "); at 12 m. for NORTH
ERN BRAKIU per s s Gregory, via
Para and Manaos.
Malls Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex
CIHIA By rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and
inence ny steamer, closes hi tnis otnee
dally, except Thursra,y, at o.30 a. m. (the
connecting mails close here on Mondays
Wednesdays and Caturdavs).
MEXICO CITY-Overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch by steamer, closes
at this office dally, except Sunday, at l:3u
p. m. ond 11:30'p. m. Sunduys ut 1:00 p. ill.
and 11:30 P. m.
NE WFOUN 1LAND By rail to North Syd
ney, and tnonee py steamer, closes at this
office daily at 6:30 r. m. (ocr.i.cctlng mails
close here every Monday, Wednesday and
JAMAlCx By rail to Lcston, nnd thence
by steamer, closes ax this onlce at 6:30
p. m. every Tuesday and Thursday.
M1QUELON By rail to Boston ani thence
oy steamer, closes at mis oinco uauy at
6:30 n. m.
BELIZE, PUERTO CORTE7. nnd OUATE-
flALA By ral) to New Orleans. and
hence by steamer, clones at this otTtca
dally, except Sunday, at B1:S0 p. m. and
111 :30 p. m., Sundays at (1:00 o. tn. and
611:30 p. m. (connecting mull closes her
Mondays ut 111:30 o. mT)
COSTA RICA By mhll to New Orleans,
and thence by steamer, closes at this
.IHce daily, except Sunday, at 11:30 p. m.
rind 11:30 p. in., Sundays at 51:00 p. m.
ind 111:30 p. m. (connecting mail closes
her Tuesdays at U:30 p. m.)
i REGISTERED MA It. closes at 6:00 p.
i. previous day.
HAWAII, CHINA, JAPAN and PHILIP
PINE lai.Ar-oa, via Han Francisco, closa
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to June 14th,
Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Korea.
VLADIVOSTOK, via Seattle, close her
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to June Sloth, in
clusive, for despatch ner s. s. Plelarle.
CHINA snd JAPAN, via Taooma, close
here dally at :su p. m. up to June 20th,
Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Victoria.
NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA (except
West), NEW CALEDONIA. FIJI, SAMOA
and HAWAII, via San Francisco, close
her dally at 6:30 p. in. after May J3oth
and up to June I3uth, Inclusive, for des
patch per s. a. Sierra. lf the Cunard
steamer carrying the Brltlah mall for New
Zealand does not urilve la time to con
nect with this despatcn, extra malls
closing at 6:30 a. m., 940 a. m. and 8:30
p. m.; Buhrrays at trrw ni . m. and
6 30 p. m. will be mad up ana forwarded
until the .arrival cf tho Cunard steamer).
AUSTRALIA (except West), FIJI ISL
ANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, (sp.
daily addreeaeU only) -via Vancouver nd
Victoria, B. C.. close here, dally at 6 M
p. m. up to June 1 20th, 'ncluslve, for des
patch per s, a. Moana.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close her
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to June (21st, inclu
sive, for despatch pr s. s. lyo Maru.
HAWAII, JAPAN and CHINA, and spe.
clally addressed mail for th PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to June 22d,
inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Gaelic.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, vlu San Fran
cisco, close hero dally at C:S!) p. rn. up to
June 26th. Inclusive, for despatch per U.
HAWAII, via San Francisco, close hers
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to June IJith, in
clusive, for despatch per s. s. Alameda.
CHINA and JAPAN, vis. Vancouver and
Victoria, B. C, close 4iere daily at 6:30
p. m. up to June 63oth, Inclusive, for des
patch per s. s. Empress of China. (Mer
chandise for U. 8. Postal Agency at
Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Can-
TAHiTI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via
Ban Francisco, close here dally at 6:80
p. m. tip to July 5th, Inclusive, for das
patch per a. a. Mariposa.
JjuteUnless otherwise addressed, , West
Australia Is forwardod via Europe; and
New Zealand and Philippines via San Fran
Cisco the quickest routes. Philippines spe
cially addressed "via Canada" or "via Eu
rope'' must be fully prepaid at the foreign
rates. Hawaii Is forwarded via San Fran
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port
of sailing dally and the schedule of closing
Is arranged on the presumption of thlr
uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. previ
ous day. CORNELIUS VAN COTT,
Pom office. New York, N. Y., Jun 12. 1903,
OFFICE OF CONSTRUCTING QUAR.
tciinaster, 621 Dooly Building. Salt
Luke City. Utah, Muy 26, 19o3. Sealed pro
posals in triplicate will be received her
until 11 a. i.i.. standard time. June 16. 1113.
snd then opened, for the construction of a
Post Exchange and Gymnasium Building,
including plumbing, gu piping, healing and
electric wiring, at r ort Douglas, Utah.
Bidders will state In their bids the time in
which they will complete th work. Full
li. forma tlon and blank forms of proposals
furnished on application to this office. Plana
and apeclflcationa may be seen here. United
run tee reserves me i-ium iu accept or re
, Jec ,'x" '
I therof. Envelopes
I ba nd01'"'1
lugs." and nddrei
nil proposaia, or any part
containing proposals to
posuls for public Build
ings," and addressed to Captain Samuel
V. Ham, Quartermaster. U2o-d4t-J13-UiM
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Omuha. Neb.. Jun 8, 1903 S"u!od propos-
is, In triplicate, buijjpci to me- usiuii con
ditions, will be received ncre ana by the
Quartermaster, jenerson narraiKd, Mo..
until w a. iu., iM.ri .viiu.m unie, juiy
k lMu3. for Installing shower baths in band
barracks and guurd house and making nec
essary sewer connections tnereror, at Jef.
ferson Marracas, mo. uii inrormntion
furnished on application t this office,
where plan ana spec mcaiions may d seen
or to the quartermaster, Jefferson Dar
racka. Propoaala to be marked "Proposals
for Shower uatns, - ana addressed to Jno.
W Pullman, Chief, Quartermaster.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, Observatory Office building, Des
Moines, Iowa. June 15, 19o3. Sealed pro
posals In triplicate, will be received here
until 2 p. m., July 15. 19u3. for construction,
plumbing, heating, gas-piping Tnd electric
wiring, at Fort Des Moines, lowa. or 1
commanding officer's quarters, 1 field offi.
cer's nuarters. 1 bachelor officers' ouarters
2 double sets captain's nuarters, 1 double
set noncommlssioneil orncers quarters, i
double sets cavalry barracks, 1 hand bar
racks, 4 cavalry stable., 2 cavalry black
smith shops. 4 double cavalry stable guard
houses and 1 quartermaster s snop. in
formation furnished on application here, or
at rleoot ouartermaater s omces in t incavo,
I1U, and Omaha. Nab. IT. 8. reaerves right
to accept or reject any or all propoaala or
parts thereof. Envelopes containing pro-
Dosala should be endorsed "Proposals for
," addressed Major R. B. Turner,
Q. M. J15-16-17-18Jyl8-14
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY HORSES-
Office Chief Ouartermuster. Denver. Colo.
June 15, 19o3 Saled proposals, in triplicate
will be received here until 11 a. m.. July
1903. for furnishing sixteen cavalry horses
required at Fort Mackenzie. Wvo. Horses
to be in accordance with specifications In
circular of Instructions to bidders, which
will ha furnished together with blank pro
xsals, on application to this office. IT.
in reserves Ihe riht to anc.pt or reier
any or all proposals or any part thereof.
poaala for Cnvalt
l.t. Col. J. W.
I.KU 41. NOTICE.
Sonic! bid.: will he received at the nfficj
ot Secretary of State up until 1$ o'clock
noon on the 'XM day of June, 19oS, for th
erection of two cyllemlrlrk lire escapes nt
lU.tie.aa Asylum., nn per plan ant
speclilcailons on tile In the office ot Secre
tary of Stale. Tin- Pord reserves th light
to reject any and nil bids.
J-13 -d-lO-t Secretary of Board.
IAILWAY TIME CARD.
UNION STATION KITH AND MAROY.
Union Pa el He.
.a 9:40 srn
a 3:25 pm
The Fust Mall
...a 4:70 pm
a 6:34 pm
a 7:30 am
The Atlantic Express..
The Colorado Special.
.u 7:10 am
a 2:40 am
a ;4t am
Lincoln. Ileal rice aad
btrnmsburg Express. .b 4:00 pm
North Platte Ijcal 8:00 am
Grand ifland Local b 6:30 pm
bit: tO pm
a 5:15 pm
b 1:86 am
pt l.pttls "Cannon Ball' .
Express a 5:65 pra a $10 am'
St. l.ouis Local, Coun
cil 11 luffs a 91 nm 15;0 pm
lilcnni), Itock lalnnd A Paclae,
Chicago Daylight L t d. a 5:H am
a 6:4i am
a 9:36 pm
Chicago Daylight Local, a 7:00 am
ChlU'tKo ExpreHK.. bll 13 nm
Dos Moines Exprens. . . .a 4: pm
Chicugo Fact Express.. a 6:3u pm
a d:.u pm
a 1.26 pm
Rocky Mountain L't'd .a 6:50 pm a 4:56 atri
Lincoln. Colo. Spring.
Denver, puouio ana
West 1:30 pm
Colo., Texas. Cal. and
Oklahoma Flyer a 6:40 pm
a 1:00 pin
Chicago Express a f :35 am
a 6:10 pm
t hicaao. Minneapolis ft
St. Paul Limited a ;60 pm a 8:06 am
Minneapolis ft St. Paul
Express o am bl0.33 pm
Chicago Local 10:36 am
Chicago Express 10:S6 am
Clileaao & Northwestern. .
"Tha Northwestern Line,"
Fast Chicago a 8:4o am
a 7:00 am
Mail a 8:0 pm
ixical Sioux City a 1:10 am
Daylight St. Pau. 7:86 am
Daylight Chicago a 8:00 am
Local Chicago all ) urn
Local Cedar Rapids.... 6:10 pm
a 8:3) am
a 8:8u pm
all: 10 pin
a a. 10 pm
Fast St. Paul....
..a S:1j pm
a 9:15 am
a 9:50 am
a :4a pm
a t.li am
a 2:40 pm
b :0 am
.a 4.-00 ptn
.a 6.60 pm
.a 8:10 pm
Local Sioux City b 4:00 pm
Norfolk ft Bouesteel...a 7:16 am
Lincoln ft Long P!ne...b 7:15 am
Chicago, Milwaukee A SI. Panl.
Chicago Daylight a 7:48 am all :1a pm
Chicago aat express. .ao:i pin
tlhloHiro Lip.itad a 8:05 bin
a 8:40 pin
a i.m am
a 3:40 pui
Lies Moines Express. ...a 7:45 am
1' Isaonrl l'aclfle.
Ft Louis Express al0:0) am
K. C. ft Si. L. Ex al0:50 pm
a 6:26 pm
a 6:16 am
EBSTER HEPOT-1BTH WEBSTER.
Chicago ft Northwestern, Nebraaha
and WyomlnsJ Division,
- Leave. Arrlv. .
Black Hills, Deadwood. . ;
- Lead, Hot Springs.. ..a 8:00 pm a 6:00 pm
Wyoming Cusper and
Douglas d 3.00 pm 6.00 pm
Hastings, York, David
I'liv. Kuuerior. Geneva.
Exeter and S ward... b 1:00 pm
b 6:00 pm
Twin City Passenger... a 4:30 am
Sioux City Passenger.. a 2:oo pm
Oakland Loca. b n:45 pm
a 9:10 pm
all ) uni
0 8:45 am
Nebraaka Local,.... -Via ..-...
Weeping water ..o 4 :i pm aio: am
. -,"i j r, 'i r i'tv . i:.
a Daily. i Dally except Sunday, d Dally .
except aaturday. Daily except Monday. '
BUItLIUVON 'STATiOWloTII ft MA8d'i" n
Borlinafton ft Missouri River. '
.j . o Leavo. Arrlv.'"':
Wvmore. Beatrice and - 1 -
Lincoln ...a s:50 am
Nebraska Express a 8:50 am
Denver Limited. ...... .'..'.a 4:10 pm
b 13:05 pm
a 7:45 pm
a 4:46 am
Black Hills and pugat -Bound
Express all:10 pm a 3:10 pm
a 1:10 pm
a 9x8 am
a 8:37 am
IJncoln Fast' Mali'.'.'.l'.lta 2:62 pm
Fort croon gnu pians-
moutn d s:au om
Bellevue ft Paclnc Jet. .a 7:50 pm
Bellavu ft pacino jct..a :& am
Chicago, Barllagtoa ft 4nlnny,
Chicago Special a 7:00 ara a 8:5S pm
Chicago vesuuuiea ex. .a ;uu pm
Chlcaao ' Local a 9:18 am
a 7:45 am
all :00 pm
a 7:45 am
a 3:40 pm
Chicago Limited a 8:0 pm
Kansas City, St. Joseph
BluaTa. , : i. (.
Kansas City Day Ex.. ..a 9:15 ara a 6:03 pm
Bt. Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm all:03 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0;30 pm a :15 am
AMCHOB LIMB V. S. stall, fTg.AJU.Uirt
KSW YORK. LONDON DEkBT AND OLASOOW,
WBW YORK. GIBRALTAR AND K AT Lis.
niMrler acamnia4a(toa, Exaallant Calais, Tka
Centtort t Pa-ntr CaraUHr GanaiAft. Slasla
M kouu Trip TIcMou lu4 balw.a M.w Tark a
ootoa, Eaillah. lrlU ang all arlnclpai aaaUaaatal
wiau at atlnunlTS rataa. u tot axwli l Tasrs.
Par tick.Ui or f.D.ral loformatloa apply t aaf
local t,l of tn Ancaor una Mr M
cUBNPgasoN BKU.. liu l aawts. vaiue,
tM ,c TW1M JKaW
UnilBIMJArfTrtY ' snAntss
Commaud.d br rfSTal OlSeara, etriet aiaa
(-r SlMlpllaa. Krary tank Caturr eavle
lor .oaifort, apotd an4 Mf.tr. Clbrat4 ul
tins, r.mpatir'a Sp.cla I four Hoar Parlar
an plain- Jar Tr.la awalta aamnfor at
Dock in Karr. lor th. bUlml, whr
ooa.oaloat connections ara mad. lor all c.o
tlnntnl pol.ta. Marconi WlralMa T.l.fra
phr. Ktillh-aralilng attandant.. gar lllua
trat.d book 11. and apfrctal Informatloa apply
to Harry I Mooraa. 1(01 rarn.ra St., t. U.
k.rnoldi, 1601 rarnaal St., Flrat N.1I...1
Bank. Oearza B. Abbott. UI4 raraaai St.,
rttoM mm voitn
Wedding; a Sn Years' Secret.
The friends of James B. Mulr, an attar.
ney, wer lurpruru wnen iney runvu
cards announcing his marrlaga to Miss
Helen F. Close, who for seven years has
been principal of th Webster school on
th South Side. The wedding took plac
July 25, 1896, at Kenosha, Wis., but Wat
kept secret. Mr. and Mrs. Mulr wer play
mates In their childhood days and both
wer students at the University of Michi
gan. After, graduating Miss Close ram to
Chicago and secured a position In tho
public schools, where she was soon ap
pointed principal. In 1S96 Mulr also cam
to Chicago and engaged In the practlc of
law. Th two met and th old friendship
was renewed. A few months later th
wedding took place, but It was thought ad
visable to keep It secret, as Mrs. Mulr was
anxious to retain her position In tha
school. Chicago Record-Herald.
It was a question of dining In that restau
rant or going hungry, and I foolishly chosa
not to go hungry. When th young woman
waiter brought my soup I said, with what
I thought was fin sarcasm:
"Aren't you afraid of scalding your
"Naw," ah grinned, " 'tain t as hot as
all that" Brooklyn Eagl.
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