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THE OMAHA DAII,Y TIEE: TDUltSDAY, AUUUST 13, 1003.
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will h-a taiea til 11 mm. far the
levealea; edition aa S o B. aa.
lee Baaralasj ead diilir rtltUl.
flat. l.l-2 ward Sret laaertlaa,
la a ward lkrM(ltr. Hal blast takea
far lee thaa gn far the giret Uifr.
tlaa. These advert larsaeata aaest be
raa eBaeati vely. '
Advertleere, br rMtlif a iin
Were cheek aaa hare aawera as-
ta a aaaabere letter Ic rare
f Ta Bar. aaawara aa addressed will
be delivered Brraaalatlata af the
POSITION as stenographer for young1 lady;
oincv 'iiwneiifd. AaurtM a, nee ot-
flo. Council Bluffii.
WANTED MALE HELP.
- "' BtPTFMBEH 1.
DAY AND NIGHT.
' XEV YORK LIFE BLivi.
PCSINESS. BHOKTHANl), TYPEWRIT
. . Apply for Catalogue.
SVANTEtx FVir United Stated army, able
bodied, unmarried men, between ages of
21 and A-., cliizen of (United States, of
rood character and temperate habiia. who
can speaAv read and writs English. For
inrornmuon s ml v . 0 recruiting officer,
16th and lJudg Sua., Omaha, and
Hastings, Neb. Ml. a
WILL give a worthy young man or woman
a paid-up scholarship In Omaha's leading
business colleee, to b paid for wtien
coure la finished and position raourai.
AWrwa. B 25, Bee B 10
WANTED At once, a registered druggist;
married man preferred. Schaefer'a cut
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WiNTEP, men -to ' learn barber trade
comparatively tio expense; few weeks
complete; new method; practical experi
ence; expert instructions that saves
years; Invent la-ate. Muter Barber Col
lege, 1302 Douglas BL B MA44 Urn
WANTED Experienced - window trimmer,
J. L. Brandeis A Bona, Omaha. B M5U
WANTED, two good short order white
cooks; wag, to and 111; also, S white
"' AUUf LOCK DOX S, Bt. JOBepU,
At M3.it lax
."WANTED. young men not belonging to
unions to register for street -car work; no
strike. '. Inclose stamp to The Western
jtegiaier oureau, roruana, Oregon.
- - ... . . At MX la
countant to take
i charge of a set of books,
iniy iuobb oi large, expenenoe and who
ran furnish beet, of nfi-ronMi fmm
preylou employers heed' apply. Perma
nent position.. .Address K. 60, Bee omce.
. ,, .. B WO 12
.WANTED, trustworthy, bright young man
for collector; . advancement for right
uafcu. iwi o. enB, X . VN DOS U3, Um&nt,
- B 397 IS
WANT EX). ' foreman for shipping ware
house. II nopeet, reliable and ambitious
PPiy wjin references to I. O. Box 603,
Omaha, , B S96 13
CNB SOLICTTOIt and onllector, able to
v furnish surety bon41 good salary and ex
pense a Wow, or; rive three references.
wutwi xv cr, je ouico li allia lax
JTRAVEUNO SAtdftrVSN. I We want
five men to aell our goods who have
brains, pluck and stick tulttreness; big
oommlsafons; Mbera! Inducements; agen
das) established In every town; give ex
perience - and 1 refarenona. Columbian
Bioca Jtaoa -7 ates Bt.. Detroit,
Mich. , -j . - B M414 Ux
WASTED S AJ.E SMEX.
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feOOK AU3RMFIN attention I We have
an entirely new proportion for men of
aointv. aierruory la Melius rapidly si
Mjtyer, lada-ae" and'lcust StsA St.
SALESMAN with eataUahed trade to
handle Una of sMrts on commission; re f
rencea. required..' Faultless Skirt Mfg.
CO., St. Louis, Mo. r- - M40I lax
V GHrlx. Cail Canadian offloe, I6th Dodxe.
WANTED, girl f or light housework; family
of two.- Address J 0. Bee. O M7
WANTED; competent girl for- general
housework; three in family. Mrs. Harry
Woodward. 1007 Paclflo. C
WANTED Experienced bath woman at
Oerretson bath parlors. Address D. B.
Clawaon, Sioux City. Iowa, C Mtff U
WANTED, ladles to learn halrdresslng,
manicuring or facial massage; qualified
teachers, free clinic, diplomas, tools and
positions ..given. Busy season soon. Call
or xrlU-j Moler Coilece,UuX Douglas 8C
C M44S 1(1
WANTED Experienced sale ladles In un
darwesr and hosiery departments. J L.
Brandeis gt Bona, Omaha. C Id&SS
tVANTED, head dining room girl, $5 a
aak chum K.rTna tit xi -
none but competent' need apply. J. c."
Webb, Valentina., Nab. . . . . ,C M3 If
WANTED, girt for general housework.
air. A- iuMf, firu nicago. MjM is
IOUNO girl to assist at general house-
wora. Mtfinre a 1-7 0. stn St.
, C-MM U
WANTED, axperlenoed bon bon and choc
olate dippers. W. 8. Balduff. 1M0 Farnam
atreet. - - C-J77
WANTED, a washerwoman. Csll st once
at IK N. 41st tst. ' ' c MJ
WANTED- st SU 8. tM Ave., competent
plrl for 'general housework; fsmflv of
O M37 IS
WANTED, a girl for general housework
and a good laundress; good wares. Ap
riy H- iHndelberg, Jeweler. l6th snd
Farnam Bta - C Mt09 13
. HE LI WASTED.
MEN AKD HOTS' clothing salesman; must
be exiwrlenred, for dept. In big city store:
Terences, sge. etc., salary exiect
ed. Addreas K 6s. Bee offloe. It &4H 1J-
fiUUi" C P-rs A Co.. Bee Bldg.
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HOlJSF,,,v'1Ip, ct th ""y- The
4 lvJ vJLO (y p I mi via rn . fLra i...- t , .
, . D 6k4
AJf JH-STVIC-.A CO . choice- hou-ea
Ul-etJ New Tork Life Bldg. 'Phone 1014.
WK MOVE pianos. Mar sard Ysli Stor
age Co. Tel. 14ii, OOlce, I71J Webeter St
... D 690
CENTRAL, Ist-cla-s 7-room houe, CO N ZL
tlOUaES. lasuranoa. Ming wilt. Barker Blk.
TO MOVE rfght ret Omaha Van Storare
v v., wi'.wj ruiiiBlo, or TelS. l.i6t)-luiX
FOR RENT. T-roora cot tare, modern con
veniences, nice yard, ni Park Ave. Wm.
r.. rvuor-j ei-aivet, aui urowa Blk.
t . D 160
MODERN l-rom attars $3.00; .j Sher-
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uxmu a.v. v.. Aa ui niiifiun, aua tiee,
FOR RENT, a tiet l-rnom house, all mod
ern except furnace. 111. C. M. Barhmnnn
4M-I7 Puxtun block. D Ml at
TEN-ROOU , taodcnii bouse, si r.pitol
avsuue. Tv-Xjrjij iix
-ROOM hjiuec. mo1ern. with furnace; va
cant Sept, 1- Apply 614 Caldwell Ht.
D 311 lx
EI'IHT rea , modern Impmveim-nts. ,N.
V. cor. STth srd Jones Sis. Simeon F'o'm.
4) Ksrbach block. D XT H
FOR RENT-xa Burt fit., be-room modara
tinuse, two- bath Toih?a, terse ysrd with
beta. ba N-- r. Dudl A O I4H Far.
D4Q Sk IaUaia It
rod RRtT-HOI JF..
FCiR BENT Nlne-rom modem hoiee, fur
nace, porcelain bath. 4JJ Bo. J6th, Ve. N.
I: iMHlge Co., lfili Karnam at
I OR REST Kl HIIHEU HOUMs
DE WET European batel, Uth and Farnam.
ROIAL HOTEL., European. 16th A Chicago
SI M to 12.00 per week. 4.2 So. 16th St , on
block south or court house.
NICE cool room, modern, very reasonable;
gentlemen prelerrrd. 11X N. l.th.
O. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone Gil.
AETNA HOUSE, European. Uth Dodite.
211 N. 17TH, cool front rooms for two
A, M4t J J
NICELY furnished rooms. Inquire Omaha
stem laundry, 175U Lavenworth. Fhone
A-178J. - E 70S
ROOMS. 1 .60 to 13 00 per week; board. $3.00.
Tnumton Hotel, K.tn ana jacason ph.
E M17 14
VIENNA HOTEL, 1011 Farnsm; Vhone f7.
LARGE dining room and kitchen, at 411 N.
FIRXISHED ROOMS AKD BOARD.
6u S. 2STH AVE.; private family. F-707
ROOMS, with or without board. 26M Har
ney. . . aiAi-ii
ran rkt imuhsished boom.
THREE rooms, 625 South Wh t
U Ml 40 1SX
UNFURNISHED room ht Wlthnefl build-
lug, .lith and Harney ata. Bee jannor.
. O M3 11
PETERSON & LUNDBERG. Ui So. 17th.
Tel. L-23&8. H 708
FOR REST STORES' AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT Tha bnL'dlnc formerly occu
pied by Tne Bee at i arnam st. It has
lour stories and a basement witlck was
tormerly used as The Bee press room,
'ihis will te rented very reasonably, if
interested apply at omce of C C ttose-
water, aecreiary, room iw, oee vuitaing.
FOR RENT Building suitable for whole
sale purposes at i Fartuun, wiXs tour
stories and nrst-claas cemenieu Dasemeni,
aievator. tire and buraiar proof vault.
office counter and fixtures, i or price and
. particulars Inquire C. C. Rosewater seo
reuury the Bea Building Co., room luo, Bea
DESK room for rant. CM I'axlon block.
DESK ROOM for rent: street floor. Mli
Faraam su A M0 U
FOR RENT, store at 701 a lth at. N. P.
Dodge 4k Co., 1614 Farnam st,
county to soUult subecripUon to' 'llin,
TWlwNTlETH CIlMUUi FABMlK.
Bteaajr eropioymeoi wiui assurea guou in-
, ... .. A a.m. in , 1 Miinrrv with a . i rmm
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily ton to flow per. month. Ad
areas Century Farmsr Solicitors' Bureau,
i . . , .. 1. .. 1 'j 1 ,
DCS uu.iu.ua, WUMMM.' mm
AGENTS wanted to sell the "Life of Pops
lau XXIL" written with the encourage-
.1 Br.npnkati.in at.tt KlMulnv nt Mia
hoilnaaa, tha Pope, by Monatgnor Ber-
Bard U iteuiy. sm r-aaioa stag.
WE have all six of the dlfterant Pope Leo
XIU books; best terms; iraignt paid;
outnt rrea. wan or write vt. a., nixsn
baugh at. Co., suO Ware blk.. Omaha. .
. - t. "-' JM963
'j 1 . - a
AGENTS WANTED TTS.OO weekly easily
made selling our uouoie inaemnity
Combination health and accident pollclea
JJberal commission; strong company;
experlnce unnecessary.'' Write for terms.
K'atlonai Health and Accident Aeeocia
tio a, ou Crocker Bldg. Des Moines, la.
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THE ONLT authorlxed life of Pope Leo
XIII. : written witn tne encouragement,
approbation and blessing of his holiness,
by Mgr. Bernard O'Reilly, D. D LL. L.,
who. lor eight years lived in the Vatican
aa aomeeuc prelate u me pope, iixia turn
tlna-ulahed American author was sum
mimed to Rome and appointed by tha pope
as his official biographer. Approved and
recognised by Cardinal Gibbons and all
church authorities aa the only official
biography of the pope; over D00 pages,
magnificently Illustrated;- unparalleled
oDoortunltv for arents: best commission:
elegant outfit free. The John C. Winston
Co-, cat uearDorn street, tmoago. 111.
EXCEPTIONAL opportunities for a few
men are onereo oy tne union central
Life Insurance Co. Correspondence In
vited. J. M. Edmiston A Sons, general
agenta, Omaha and .Lincoln.
- J M328 Sep. I
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED, two or three nicely furnished
rooms with board for lady and two sons
11 and It; private family preferred; must
be respectable and ' reasonable. Give
price. Answer K 4, Omaha Bee.
WANTED, by couple, one large or two
smsu rooms in a moaern Dome. Address
P. O. Box 678. K & 11
YOl'NO man of good character wants
board and room with private family and
ieei u nume; visas price. aunw rv a 1
Bee. - K-Mm 13x
WAIfTED TO BCT.
WANTED to buy. soma good d-nta.1
chairs, union Dental College. N-Mt.74
WILL PAT cash for 40 to 60 acres within
15 miles of Omaha. Address K 62. Bee
office. N Mul
FOR SALE rCRSlTURE.
CHICAGO rurnlture Co.. 1410 Dodge, Tel
atCO. New and second-hand bought, sold,
exchanged. O 7U
FOR SALE HORSES, - WAGONS, ETC,
TOP BUGGT at half price, also nearly new
S4 wagon gear, cneap. Bee A. W. John-
sen, wlLh John Deere Flow Co. '
P M700 S6
TIRES set while you wait: first-class
pair w.rk. H. Frost. 14lh and Leav
worth. P 7
en. P 710
MONROE) ae'.U pleasure vehicle at RU N
ntn hi. r m
FOR BALE, i flrst-clars burgles: wsr
ranted: a snsp for somebody. Call st 0
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR 1 BALE.' secondhand, locomobile. 1
nrat-tUaa shape, st one-half price, Csll
or address, i&a arnam Bt. Vi 711
FOR BALK, empty ink barrela. S cents
rat h; large, well made . barn-la; niak
flrat-claas garbage receptacles. Fre
Youngs, roretnsn. ttea press room, rear
entrance art iog. g-Mtsj
INDIAN goods and relics, lilt Famam.
FOR SALE, a new soo-ampere. double-Dol
switch; never been used. Apply to or ad
dress "Superintendent Bee Building,
TELEPHONE POLES; long fir tlmbera
chicken isnce; oea piling, sui iinuii.i
IRON and wire fences, tree guards, trellises.
Westers Ancnor recoe tjo., as in. l.th d
WAREHOUSE scales cheap. Sam' Burns.
FISH EL strain White Rocks, standard
bred sliver apangled Hatnt.ursa; Ham
I. iir rii, n per aetting: v. It He Ko. k
11 hi per setting. W. H. . Floane. Avery
Neb. tj atJM 111
CATALOGUE cut drug prtoes free. Bher-
. man A McCofinell Lrust Ca. Osaslta.
MEN AND WOMEN
LOOKING FOR POSITIONS PLACE
FOH l,r MIS( ELLANKOtS.
FOR SALE. Crane hydraulic elevator; enn
ne used either passenger or rretgnt; com
plete. Iron guide post, csge and wire en
closure. J. U Urandeis Jk rions. Q HPS
.000 BRICK fcr ssle. W,
A Co., 1XMI Fsrnsm St.
FOR RALX Coal business. Capital required.
xi. 000.00. i Zl, Bee. y a.
EW and 2d hand typswrttera. 1X11 Farnam.
ZDHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Famam.
MRS. CARRIE SMITH. SOVEREIGN
LADT VlUEEN of clairvoyants; every
thing told; past, present snd future. Sat
isfaction or no pay. sti7 N. llh. 8720
LUCRETIA. medium, 170 Callfor
8 i S8x
MME. SMITH, baths, lit N. 14, td floor. r.t
GRACE O'BRTA-N, Batha. 720
MINNIE TEMPLE, mngnetlc '.treatment
and sloohol rubbing.' 0w N. 16th. d fliwr.
. T 158 14x
MRS DAVIS. 1621 Howard St.. front rooms.
tub bath; first-class attendant.
TM 139 S
VIAVI, a wholesale serve and tissue food
and home treatment for disorders of
women, free booklet, Vlavl Co., 34a Bee
DR. ROT, chiropodist; corn and superflu
ous nair removea oy eieoirictiy. it. J ana
. UA Famam st. U 7K1 .
MAGNET PILE KILLER.
At druggists, IL
PRIVATE home during confinement;
babies adopted. Ths Good Samaritan
Sanitarium. 728 1st aye., Council BluMs,
la, U lai
PRIVATE hospital before and during con-
nnemrni; uauies Doaraeo ana adopted.
Mrs. Gardeis. 2234 Lake. Tel. Red-list.
PRIVATE hospital before and during eon
nnement; Dest meaicai care ana nursing
Mrs. L. FUher, 1501 Vinton. Tel. 18M. .
PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladles before and
during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Geriscn,
t&25 California St. Terms reasonable.
U 661 a
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city ' loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith ft Co., laAl arnam street.
firm an nitv loans: low rates. W. IL
Thomas. First rat 1 nana. oiag. iti. imi.
Sherwood. 37 N. Y. Life.
4 TO I P. C money.
Bern Is. Paxton block.
FIVE PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros., 1604
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1520 Douglaa
WANTED Real estate loans and war
rants. R. C. peters At -o., xea 01
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.'
nettt expUina our method. i .
V loan oa rurnlture. piano-i. wtrehouH
lata ate fir I T VOU xAB Vffl Mw iTUUlaVUMll
pcwiuo -B"y&ANv :., :
without aecurliy. except yourown agree
' . . ...,iv Onr.aervlca is oulck and,
eontldenUal and ws always try to please.
5S? 1 that we aak Is that you give us a call
kafaaa von Dorrow rirww un r.
111 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 1296, -(Established
1&&) Sot. S. loth St.
, X 737
lanrgT BUSINESS IN lAIAftS TO
UL'.iPl.K merehanta. taam-
rs boarding houses) etc. without se
",.7' . ...un terma 40 offices In nrln-
eioal cltleA Tolman. 440 Board of Trade
To salaried employes ana wage earuej.
Get osr system 01 loaus.iumi a.''- '
out ol debt. Any lady or geutiemati.
machlnUt, engineer, etc., having reliable
employment can get. Just on his note:
Monthly. Monthly. Weekly.
i!00-Return to aa...a 66 or Hl-35 or o .65
iu-Return to us... 18 83 or w or S.3a
li-Return to us... .4 or M or 1.66
llCRetuI-S to us... 100 or l.U or .l.W
laslest terms, lowest rata . confldential.
No inquiries, w""
taKKAk LOAN CO, 4 PAXTON BLK.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITVRB. PIANOS, LIVE STOCK,
. SALARIES. ETC
Low rates and easy terms.
Trv us If you want to save money.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
431 Paxton Block. Hth and Farnam Bts
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
. h,..inm confidential: lowest rates.
tUFaxton block. The J. A. H,Co.
CHATTEL salary and Jewelry sna Foley
Lxau Co.. sue. 10 u. uratn,
MONEY losned on P'""".
alrv. horses, cows, etc.-C. F. Reed. 81S B. 11
. vt a- uriiivT-(to to 8S00 losned
on furtature. ptsnoe. nr..
holding a steady position, w thout secur
it. r.r m.hiloltv. it the very lowest rates
navm-nts csn be made to suit your con
venience; strictly confidential.
RELIABLE CREDIT CQ.
Rooms 207-308 Psxton Block.
WHEN you want to buy. aell or exchangs
anv uroDerlv or ousineaa quiu, are . n.
Jokison. 81 N. Y. Ufa Y-744
A GOOD paying 18-room hotel for ssl In
Wood River, Neb., at a bargain; owner
lives in. Chicago Is ths Object In Belling.
Mitchell A Faught, Wood River, f ro.
RPt.KNDlD ocDortunlty Show for sale;
panorama battles sll parts of globe; also
lateat In rninppines. aiso vtea euro-
Dean cities. Inquire 2210 N. t6th st
I HAVE $1 iW.OO snd wsnt to get Into
business. What have you to offer? Qtve
some particulars. Address K 64. Bee
office. T-SS9 ISX
RARE chance for anyone with 1600 to H.nM
to secure cash business paying 830 to 875
weekly net profits; short hours, pleesant
occupation. Address "Columbia," room.
14A. 2 West Broadway, Tsew ion tity,
1 Y-M406 Ux
tvin Sat.R real estate and loan business
owner les'vlng elty; ! buys business,
fixture and good will. Address K 66,
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE.
6-ROOM cottage, with bant and nttle work.
ahop, full lot wit shads trees, close to
Farnam st. ear and only 10 blocks from
the city hall owner going west 81.600.
HARRISON & MORTON
912-11 N. Y. LIFE TEL, 314
FOR SI.IS REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE Small cash payment buys
pretty poultry farm; plrs, chickens, po
tatoes, furniture Included; Umber, or
chard, etc.; 'Chools. churches, stores, etc.,
convenient; everything included; ;
healthy location; no overflows. Otl.er
farms. "Farm Lioans." Box 14. Monteer,
Mo. KE kl ; i;x
Toil want a good t-ronm modern houe,
allhln 10 minutes' walk of the pootnfllce
or high school? Inok st U14 Callfornis.
Tou can have it f.r
The Byron Red Compsny,
212 S. 14th Bt.
RE M4U 15
155 ACRES near Council Bluffs: fine or
chard, barns, creek. 7-room house, close
to proposed electric line, high bottom;
snup st ."7 50. Address 204 Papp block.
Council Bluffs. RE Mi Is
SALINE COUNTT farms are the best. I
have some bargains. Write for particu
lars at once. F. G. Johnson. Dorchester,
Neb. RE MS93 22
HOUSES and lots In sfl parts of city; Also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Darls Co., Room 60S. Bee Bldg. RE 74 -
' ' ' .etOXXXOO.
Buys 211 Capitol avenue, 8 rooms, full lot
Tha Byron Reed Company,
212 S. 14lh St.
10-ROOM modern house, 11 blocks from
postofrice. for sale cheap. 108 N. lMh.
Benewa tt Co. . .RE 747
0 ACRES. Improved; Sarpy Co. Lock box
101, Papllllon, Neb. RE M792 AJ1
RANCH snd farm lsnds for ssle by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllester. land commissioner. Union
Paclflo Headquarters, Omaha, .Neb,
, BE 718
CHARLES E., lfl
Fax nam street.
NORTH DAKOTA or Missouri lands to
trade for everything. What have you?
Mutual Real Estate Co.,
RE M41T 13x
TOUNO man, you will marry some day.
Don't lsugh, you will. .
When you do you will want a home. If
you have a lot paid for yon have the
foundation. Begin now to save 810 a
month. We hsve 20 beautiful residence
lota In Benson for sale at 160 to 1200 each.
Terms. 810 per month. Ti Interest.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
643 Paxton Block.
RE M 401 15
rrOS Davenport, 6-room hosse, near high
school: easy terms.
The Byron Reed Company,
' 112 8. 14th Bt.
' ' RK-M4H 15
GOLDMAN. 300 Don pi as block.
HERBERT & CRANE, 17
N. Y. L. Bldg.
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co,, 811 North lth.
" v .. .J60
R- RUMBEL A SON,, only tie factory In
state. Try us. 14Ui A; Nicholas Bts. Tel.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter tv
ork and repairing
promptly sttended to.' J. T. Ochiltree, frith
snd Lake streets.
; t 1.,..
MOftAND S". Crelfrtrtbn all7 private lessons
uaur; wain anu two-sieji,-u. Tel. 1W1.
-.1 t .
CAPT. CORMACK-, 61 itarbach Mock. Tel.
O. K, RATH BUN, room. 15. Com ! Nat Bank
HESS A SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam. 768
L. HENDERSON, florist. 151) Farnam PC
FOR SALE FARM LANDS.
BUY an interest In a paying ranch: good
opportunity to get in cattle and hog rais
ing on small capital; absolute safety;
best references. Address K 34, Bee.
; RE-WU3 14x
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
6TILLMAN it PRICE, 23 V. & Nat. Bk. bid.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.. 1st fioor N. Y.
" ouf-i attorneys ana collectors every
FCRNITl'RE ' PACKED.
GATE CITY Upholstering Co.. woven wire
spring, tightened.- Tel. B-2075. 1706 St.
Mary's Ave. 756
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO.. Bea Bid. Tel. IKS.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage
and dead animals at. reduced prices. 6;1
N. Hth. Tel. 1773. 757
P. Ma-lchotr. 13th A Howard
LAWNMOWER8 ahsrpsned. saws filed.
umbrellas repaired, keys, etc to N. Imu.
Tel. 74. 75S '
LOST, Aug; 4, diamond en
gagement' ring, near Doug
las street bridge; $SQ re
ward; no 'questions asked."
509 S. 20th st.
Lost US llx
MARE, chestnut color, weight 1,100 pounds,
light spot on face.- When lost had blan
ket on; !4th and A streets. South Omaha
or $02 Douglas street. Liberal reward.
- - Lost 3i lax
UMBRELLA.- with stag handle bearing
owner's name. Return to F. E. Colby. 118
B 16th St., and receive 86. Lot M4U9 llx
LADIES'. Chichester's English Pennyroyal
pills are the best. Safe, reliable. Take no
ether. Send 4c.. stamp, for particulars.
"Relief for Ladles," in letter by reluia
maU. Ask your drugrist- Chichester
Cnemlcal Co . Philadelphia. Pa.
THOU, J. KELLY, voice.
G1D. E ALICE JOHNSON, o.
Sulla (la. New York Ufa Bldg.
Tha Hunt Infirmary. McCague Bidg.
Atsen 4k FarweU, Paxton Blk.. 6j4-7. T. 136a
DRS. FINCH 4k MILLER, 124 S.
PR. GHACB DELGAN,
THE WANT ADS.
WHEN YOU HAVE A
EAGLE Ioan Office. rellat!e. Bfcommoilat
Ing; sll business conSdenUaL 131 Douglas.
H. J. COWOILL No fee unlesa successful.
818 S. lf.th St., Omaha. Tel. 1798. 761
niG MANl FACTORING.
OMAHA Rug Factory, 1521 Leaven. Tel. ?"ts.
SHORTHAND AND TTPEWRITIX6.
A. C. VA.1 SANT 8 schooL 717 N.
KFB. Business A Shorthand College. Bovd'i
OM. Van Stor. Co.. 1611 Farm. Tela. 1559-T.
STAMMERING AND STITTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Rsmge Bldg.
CUT RATE rallrond tickets evert-where.
P. H. Phil bin, '16ui Farnam. - Pbdne '7s.
G. E. KOCH, 24lh and Muple.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails for the week ending August
15, 11W3, will close (promptly In all casee)
at the General Post OfRce as" follows: Parcels-Post
Malls will close one hour earlier
than closing time shown below.. Parcels
post malls for Germany close at 6 p. m.
Monday per s. s. "Kronprlnx Wtlhelm;"
Wednesday, per e. s. "G. Kurfurst," anJ
Friday, per a. s. 'Prlng Slglsmund."
Regular and supplementary malls close
st Foreign Station half hour later than
closing time shown below (except that Sup
plementary Malls for Europe and Central
America, via Colon, close one hour later
at Foreign Station;. ...
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for France, Bwltx
erland, Italy, Spain. Portugal, Turkey,
Egypt. Greece, British Jndia and Lorenso
Marques, per s. s. La Champagne, via
Havre (mall for other parts of Europe
must be directed "per s. a La Cham
SATURDAY At 6:30 a. m. for Europe, per
a. s. Elrurla, via Queenstoa-n; at 8 a. nu
for Belgium direct, per a s. Fin'and (mall
must be directed "per a s. Finland"); at
8:30 a. m. for Italy direct, per s. s. Linn
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Labn'T;
at i-'M a. m. for Scotland direct, per I. s.
Astoria (mall must be directed "per s. s.
PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls steamer
takes Printed Mstter. Commercial Pa
pers, and Samples for Oerraaay only. Ths
same class of mail matter for other parts
of Europe will not be sent by this ship
unless specialty directed hy her.
After the closinr of . the Supplementary
Transatlantic Mails named above, ad
ditional Supplementary Malls are opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, ' and re
main open until within Ten Minutes of
tha hour of sailing of steamer.
Malls far Soath aad Ceatral America,
West ladles. Etc.
THURSDAY At 8 a. ra. for CUBA, per s.
s. Vigilancla, (mall for Mexico, via Pro-gT-etao,
Casnpecha and -Vera Crux must 1
directed "per s. s. vigilancla i: at s m.
(supplementary 12:33 p. m.) for BAHAMAS
ami SANT1A430. per a s. Seneca; at 11:30
p. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per. a. s. j
Carthaginian, from. Boston, '
FRIDAY At 12:30 p. m. for BARBADOES.J
TRINIDXD and CIUDAI BOLIVAR (via
Trinidad! and DUTCH GUIANA, per s. aj
Plemonte; at 12.30 p. m, (supplementary
1:30 p. m.) for 1NAGUA and HAITI, per
s. s. Flandrla; at 12 m. for MEXICO, per
a. s. Matanzas, via Tampico (mall must be.
directed "per s. s. Matanxas"); at 1 p. m,
for PORTO PIATA, per a. s. Alice, from
Boston (mall for other parts of the Do
minican Republic must be directed ''per
s. s. Alice"); at 1 p. re. for YUCATAN,
per s. s. Dargry, via Prosreso (mall must
oc directed "per s. s. Daggry").
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BERMUDA,
per s. s. Trinidad; at 8:30 a. m. (supple
mentary :30 a. m.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per s. s. Edda (mall for
Bavantlla and Cartagena must be di
rected "per s. a. Edda"): at a. m. for
PORTO RICO, per s. n. Ponce-, at J0 a.
m. (supplementary 10:80 a. m.) for FOR
TUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA. SAVA.
NILLA. CARTAGENA and GREYTOWN.
per s. s. Valencia (mall for Costa Rica
must be directed "per s. a. Vslencls"); at
10 a. m. for CUBA, per . a. Havana, via
Malls Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex
CUBA By rail to Port Tamps, Fla.. snd
thence by steamer, closes st this office
dally, except Thursdays, at 15:30 a m,
(the connecting malls close here on Mon
days, Wedneadaya and Saturdays).
MEXICO CITY-Overlsnd. unless specially
addressed forf despatch by steamer, closes
at this office dally, except Sunday at
1:80 p. m. and 11:30 p. m. Sundays at 1
P. m. and 11 :30 p. m.
rail to North
Sydney, and thence b;
ey. and thence by steamer, closes at
ufflce daily at 6:30 p. m. (connecting
i close here every Monday, Wednes-
riav And ftatiintavl
JAMAICA By rail to Boston, snd thence
by steamer, closes at this office at 6 SO
p. m. every Tuesday and Thursday
M1QUELON By rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, closes at, tola offloe daily at
I SO p r
BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ AND GUATE
MALA ny .ran to New Orleans and
thence by steamer, closes st this office
dally, except Sunday? at 11:30 p. m. and
111:30 p. m. Sundays at 1 p. m. and 111:30
p. m. (connecting mall closes here Mon-
anin at lu.w p. in. I
SOSTA RICA By rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, closes st this offloe
dally, except Sunday, at 11:30 rv m and
111:80 p. m.. Sundays at ! p, ra. and 111 :3V,
nav at ij:au u. dl. 1
REGISTERED MAIL closes at I
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via
ban Francisco, close here dally at 1:40
p. m. up to August fioth, inclusive, for
aespairn per s. s. Mariposa.
HAWAII, via Ban Ftanclsco, close here
uaiiy ai .jo p. m. up to August 110th,
.... .lio. ivr ucapaiuii iter B. s. AWRIMa,
CHINA snd Japan, via Vancouver and Vic
toria., B. C. close here dallv at K M n
m. up to Aug-ust llltb. inclusive, for d-
puicn per s. a. impress or Jspan. (Mer
ciianuine ior u. b. rostai Agency at
o"ngnai cunnoi ne torwaraed via Can
HAWAII, JAPAN. CHINA and PHILIP.
PINE ISLANDS, via . San Francisco.
nose nere aaiiy at 6:S0 p. m. up to August
j...... uit.iu9i., iur ufsuuen ijer
Coptic. . .
Ai 6IRAUA (except West). FIJI IS.
LANDS snd NEW CALEDONIA, via
anoouver ana v ictoria. B. C close
df"T ;2 p'am- un to Aogust
iwtii, iii.ubiv iur aeapatcn per B.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, rlose here
' . m- up to August llt.th.
inclusive, tor despatch per s. a. Kara
HAWAII. CHINA, JAPAN and specially
addressed mall for the PHILIPPINE
ISLANDS, via Ban Francisco, close here
dallv at 6:30 p. m. up to August :Ust. In
clusive, for despatch per s. a America
NEW ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA (except
West). NEW CALEDONIA. FIJI SA
MOA and HAWAII via Ban Francisco
close here dally at 6:80 p. m. up to August
I2?d. Inclusive. rer despatch per a a
Sierra. (If the Cunard ateamer carrying
tha British msll for New 2aland does
not srrive In time to connect with this
despatch, extra malls closing at 6:80 a.
m , t 30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sundays
st 4:80 a. m., S a. m. and 1:80 p. m will
be made tip snd forwarded until the ar
rival of th dinsrd steamer.)
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fran
cisco, close here dally at 6:80 p. m. ub
to August 127th. Inclualvs, for despatch
per U. 8. Transport.
NOTK-tUnless otherwise addressed - West
Australia to forwarded via ' Europe and
FosTOFnrE roth e.
New Eesland and Philippines via San Fran
cisco the quickest routes. Philippines
specially sdrtresaed "via Canada'' or "via
Europe' must re fully preosld st the for
eign rstes. Hawaii Is forwarded via ban
Trar.apat Inr malls sre forwsrded to port
of sailing dally ami the schedule of tlns-
' lng is arrsnsed o- the presumption of their
unintermptea overland transit. Kecls
tered mail closes t :0O p. m. previous uy.
CORNfcLH 8. VAN COTT, Postmaster,
Pcstomce New York, N. T., August 7,
OFFICE .CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, Cnryenne, Vt yo., Aug. 11, 1H03.
Sealed proposaia, in triplicate, H be re
eelved at this ofllce until 8 o clock p. m.,
mountain time. Sept. 11. ld. and then
opened In the pre-ence of bidders, for the
construction, plumbing, hesitnr, gss-plplng
and e.ectric airing 01 1 Held oincers' qt.sr
ters, 1 d. s. captains' quarters, i d. s. lieu
tenants' quarters, i double barracks, and
"r th construction, gas-piping snd elec
tric wiring of 1 subsistence storehouse st
rort D, A Russell, Wvo. Blddera must
stste In their proposals the time In which
they will complete the work from dste of
commencement thereof. Each proposal
must be accompanied by a guaranty. signed
by two responsible persons, each Justilvlng
In a sum equal, to ltl per cent of total
amount of bid. Full Information, blank
torms, plans and specifications furnished
on sppllcatlon to this otflce: slso to the
omce of Chief Quartermaster, Chicago.
Denver, Omaha and St. Paul. United Stales
reserves the right to accept or reject any
or a j bids or any part thereof. Envelopes
containing bids should be endorsed "Pro
posal for Public Buikllnga at Fort. D. A
Mjsseli, yo.," and adureesed to Captain
. 8. Scott, Quartermaster, U. 8. A., in
Charge of construction, Cheyenne. Wvo.
PROPOSALS - FOR H EATING A XI)
power plant. Department of the Interior,
Office of Indian Affairs. Waahingion. D C ,
August , 1SW3. Sealed proposals endorsed.
Proposals for Heat and Power, Genoa.
Nebraska," and addressed to the Commis
sioner of-Indlan Affairs. Washington, D. C.
will be received il ty Indian otflce until 2
e clock p. m. of- Thursday, September 2
1S"3. for furnishing the necessary materials
and labor-required to construct and com
plete a heating and power plant at the
Uenoa school. Nebraska. In strict aera.
snce with plsns, specifications and Instruc
tions to bidders, which may be examined
at this office, the offices of the "Improve-
ment rtullwtln," Minneapolis. Minn.; the J
.-Neorasaa state journal," Lincoln, Neb.;
"The Bee," Omaha, Neb.; the Northwestern
Manufacturers' association. St. Paul, Minn ;
the "Builders' and Traders Exchanges" at
Omaha. Neb., Milwaukee, Wis., and St
Paul. Minn.: the U. S. Indian Warehouses
at No. W5 South CRna! St., Chicago, 111.,
NO. 815' Howard St., Omaha. Neb., and Nob.
119-121 Wooster St., New Tork City, and at
the school. For further information spply
to W. H. Wlnslow, Supt.. Genoa, Nebraska,
W. A. JONES. Commissioner.
" i . BIDS FOR COAL.
Sealed bids will be received and opened
Aug. 20, 1K)3, for the delivery of ten cars
of anthracite coal, at once, f. o. b., Tank
ton, Bo.' Dak. All bids must be accom
panied by a certified check made payable
to J. A. Belfeld, Sioux- City, Iowa, on some
solvent bank, for 8J00.OO, to be forfeited
in case party falling to the signing of con
tract and giving of bond.
J. A, BEIFELD.
Sioux City, Iowa. . A8d-12t-U
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
UNION STATION lOTII AND MARCY.
.a 8:40 am
a :M pm
a 1:25 pm
Overland Limited ,
The Fast Mali
Pacific Express ...
Eastern .Express ..
..a 4:M pm
a 6:80 pm
a 7:30 am
a 8:40 am
a 3:40 am
a 6:15 pm
b :35 am
The Atlantic Express.
The Colorado Special.,
.a 7:10 am
Chicago Special u . .
Lincoln, Beatrice and
Stromsburg Express. .b 4:00 pm
North Platte Local.,.. ,,a 8:00 am
Grand Island Local b 6:30 pm
" Chicago, Mil vraakee A SI. Paal.
Chicago: Daylight .- a 7:46 am all:15 am
f Chlcags Fast Kxpreea-aA 6:45 pm a-2740 pm
t. niosgo uniiiru ....... .w inn a i .tsj am
Des Moines Express. ...a 7:45 am a 3:40 sm
Chicago A WortbtvesterB.
The North western Line.
Fsst Chicago a 3:40 am
a 7:00 am
Mail ...a 8:00 pm
a 8:30 am
Local Sioux Ally.. ..a t:iu am
Daylight St. Paul. ......a 7:35 am
Daylight Chicago ' 8 B'0Q am
Local Chicago :....all:S0 am
Local Cedar Rapids 6:10 pm
Limited Chicago a 8:16 pm
Local Carroll ,-. a 4.-00 pm
a 3:30 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 9:15 am
a 8:50 am
a 3:45 pm
a 8:15 am
a 1:40 pm
b :&0 am
Fast Chicago, a :oo pm
Fsst St. Psul..: a 8:10 pm
Local Slodx City b 4i pm
Norfolk & Bonesteel....a 7:25 am
Lincoln A. Long Plne..,.b 7:25 am
Chlcaga, Reek llaad A PaciSe,
Chicago Daylight L't'd.a 8:55 am a 3:60 am
Chluago.Dayllght Local. a 7:00 am a :35 pm
ChlcHso Express bll:15 am a 6:35 pm
Des Mvlnes Express a t:i pm
Chicago Faat Express.. a 6:35 pm
a 1:25 pm
Rocky Mountain L't d...a 7:30 am a 7:25 am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
Ienver, i-uemo ana
West .a 1:30 pm
a 6:00 pm
Colo.. Texas. Cal. and
Oklahoma nyer ..., .iinn
Bt Tiula "Cannon Ball
Express m q-m pm a :au am
St Louis Local. Coun
cil Bluffs ....a s:u am a ju:su pm
Chicago Express a 7:36 am
Chicago, Minneapolis A
a 6:10 pm
St. Paul uimiea a i mi pm
a 1:06 am
MlnneapolU 4k St. Paul
Express .v b 7:3a am
Chicago Local 16:85 am
Chicago Express -
St. Louis Express sJO:00 am
K. C. 4k St. 1. Ex.......alO:50 pm
a 6:3 pm
a 4:15 am
WEBSTER DEPOT-10TH at WEBSTER
St. Paal, Mlaaeapoli A
Twin City Passenger. ...a 6:30 am
Sioux Citv Passenger.. .a 2:00 pm
a 1:10 pm
b 8:45 am
Oakland Local..... b 6:45 pm
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:3f ant
Chlcage at Nerthweetera, Nebraska
aad Wyoming; Dlvialea.
Black Hills, Deadwood,
Lead. Hot Springe a 1:00 pm a 6:00 pm
Wvomlng, Casper and
Douglas d 1:00 pm 5:00 pm
Hastlurs. York. David
City, Supei tor, Geneva,
Exeter and Seward. ...b 1:00 pm b 1:00 pm
BURLINGTON STATION IOTH A MASON
BarllaaTtoa A MUaearl River.
Lincoln a I:j0 am
bll 06 pm
a 7:45 pm
A 6:45 am
Nebraska Express a 8:o0 am
Denver Limited a 4:10 pra
lilac Hills snd Pucet
Sound Express all:10jm a 1:10 pm
uoiorauu v '".t"cl
Lincoln Fsst Mall. ... ;. .b J:52 pm
Fort Ooak and Platts-
mouth . b 8: pm
Beilevue A Paclflo Jet.. 7 M pm
Bellevue A Pacific Jet.. a 3:50 am
a 3 10 pm
MO SS am
a 8:27 am
Kaaaas City. St. Joseph A Ceaacll
Kansas City Day Ex . al lBsm
St. Leuls Flyer...... a 6:10 pm
Kansas City Night Ex..slO 30 pm
a 6:05 pm
all : am
a 6:16 am
rfctraso, Barliagtoa A Qalaey.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 3:55 pm
Chicago Vesttbuled Ex. .a 40 pm a 7:46 am
Chicago Ixx al a 1:18 am all Km pm
Chicago Limited a 1:0s pm a 7:45 am
Faat Mall a 2:40 pm
a PaDr. b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday, a Pally except Monday.
KOLL&ND-AI.ERICA LI HE
Slav Twto-acrew Iiiisot ( u.a Taaa
hSW TOHX SlTTkbUAat. vu fcioUUlOMa,,
at is A at.
.Aus- at fctal aaasi Seat. U
. Aast. lBa. Ba,u
4H Dearhwrai St, Chleaae, U.
narrr Sl.arn, lrl raraasi sv. C KaUMrtanl,
at rarsaai U, J. BV aWaeiea, IM hiua sv
PAYING NOT WHOLLY CUT OFF
Ai3ertioni thtt Techoicilit e Froclnds
Adj This It it Aro Tesioi
CONTRACTOR HAS MUCH WORK TO DO
Lobeek Recedes froas Is Itetersslaaa
tlaa ta rrolnag Fight at ev.
lag; Off RcBnlrs a Neces
sary te streets.
Assertions thai no new paving could be
done this year owing to the red tape In
volving petition are denied at the city hsll.
A well known paving contractor said
yesterday that he hid petitions completed
fcr nearly 60,0wl yards of asplutltum which
he could place down before winter If no
further hitch occurs. ' . ...
8 far this summer but two petitions have
been filed with the city clerk. One Is for
the paving of Twentieth street from Dodge
to Farnam, sdvooated by the Omaha club,
snd th- other Is" for Ioige street from
Twenty-seventh to Twenty ninth avenue, A
petition for the paving sf Harney street
from Twentieth to Twenty-fourth lias not
been acted upon.
Another issue crept inUi the specifications
fight when It mas asserted thst the resolu
tion sent to the council by tha Board of
Public Works asking for ths return of all
specifications to correct alleged UlecHlltlea
Is mandatory. By some of the Interested
parties It is held that unless the specifica
tions sie i turned to tl.o board tha proceed
ings will not be Invulnerable snd would in
volve special taxes Uvied lor paving. . . .
Cam Hold Tklrly Days,
On the other bond, the claim ta mads that
the council hss the right to hold the specifi
cations for thirty dsys. which time will not
expire until next arek, and In tha mean
time to take such action as it chooses, re
gardless of further communication onr the
subject from the boa.-u.
Comptroller Loteck aaid -yesterday that
he has no desire to further prolong' ths
flglit, but would ssk the city attorney tor
an opinion on the new question in order to
Insist that the procecnfjlrs be regular.
Approval of the new Asphalt repair speci
fications was given, by the council ta a spe
cial session yesterday tternoon. The reg
ulations provide that work shall begin not
later than August 25, and shall be com
plsted within sixty days. They are sep
arate and distinct from the new paving
specifications and will go to the . mayor
for confirmation. . -
ORDER FRONT FIRE ESCAPES
Officials, After Iapecttoa of Nash
Balldlag, Decide Better Facilities
for Safety Necessary. .
As a result Of the Midland Paint and
Olass company fire,' fire escape will be or
dered placed on the front of the E. W.
Nash building at ,1608-16 Harney street.
Deputy Labor Commissioner-' Busch, Fire
Chief Salter and Building Inspector With-
neli have conferred, about the matter and
have decided that a front escape la Im
perative. The building Is five stories high,
not of fireproof construction and' while
equipped with escapes on' the rear these
are not considered sufficient,
That front escape should be provided was
shown during the fire, when one man was
compelled to make a dangerous leap to tha
roof of the Senilis building and another
was rescued through a window py firemen
with ladders. It Is not thought the owner
of the building will otipoa.. the installation .
of the additional appliances.' ' "- r :;.v
WANTWIFORM .'XtASSHWORK "
Saperlstendent 4T School.': CAJnAil
'" mtttee of Tearber Dlifot rr-f,, ',
posed Bysteax' for Srhopls-
E. J. Bod well, aupertntendent tf ichool. ''
and a committed of, lha teachers' ot the 'i
county are' conferring -over a , propa-i -sltlon
to introduce uniformity m the classes' ;
in the different schools of the county. This
year, for the first- time, the directors of
these achools will' put Into practice, the
system of uniform text books in all of
the county schools and with this uniformity -,
the teachers desire to adopt uniform clasaea
so that a pupil removing from one district
to another , may continue his woik aa
though he were in the same achool.
Tha commltee consists of Mr. Bod well.
John Speedle, Eva Da Moss, Lorena Bteec
and Annie E. Leach. They probably will
complete their work in time to report to
the district board before tha beginning of
the next achool year.
-, A Chasaplaa Healer.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the
world, cures cuts, corn, burns, bolls, ulcers,
ores and pile or no pay. , 25c For' sale
by Kuhn A Co.
f4n oiii'i cosuoM. u is tmy
Girl Costume 4496 Pretty little frock
made with yoke effect are much liked for
little girls and are svailail for a variety
of materials. This one Is shown in. Pel ft
blue challle.. flecked with. Mack and white,
nd Is trimmed with bands of plain. blu
edged with black and white braid aad com
bined with a yoke of tucked blue silk. Ths
design, however, is . spproprlale . for the
entire range of childish materials and the
yoke can be of any conL-aatlng material
Tha frock consists of th waist and th
skirt. The waist is made over a fitted body
lining which Is faced to form tha yoke.
The backs are plain and gathered at th
waist- line, ibu th fronts are tucked to
yoke depth and pouch well over the belt.
T.hs sleeves ar tutked from shoulder to
elbows and form full pufts below that point. "
The skirt is cut in flva gore and laid in
Inverted plaits at center back.
The quantity of material required for th
medium sla (10 years) is 6V yard 27
inches wide. 4 yard 44 Inches wide or t
yards 52 inches wide,, with 1'a yard 27 br
yard 64 Inche wld for yok and trim- .
Th pattern 44 to cut In sisea for girls of
6. 8, 10 and li years of sg.
rot tha accommodation of The ' Baa
reader these patterns, which usually retail
st from 28 to 60 cents, will be furnished at
a nominal price. 18 cents, which covers ail
expense. - In order t get a pattern enclose
W cent, give Bomber and bans of pa tiara.
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