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    fllE OMATTA DAILY ttEE. FBIDAY, AUGUST It, 100,1.
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SPECIAL NOTICES
I 1 AdvertLe,. for .he..
. rill bo takes aatll 19 na. for the
J ala edition 4 aatll :0 p. m
for MoralaK aad Knadar edition
Rates, 1 l-2e a word flrat laaertlon,
vc a word thereafter. Rotalng takoa
for lees than Sfta for the Srst Inser.
tloa. Theae advertlaaaento aaoet bo
Son eoaeecatlvely.
Advertlaera, by reqaestlaa; Bam
bered cheek, east bar aaawora ad
tressed to a aaaibered letter Id raro
f Tht flee. Anewere mm addreaaed will
bo delivered oa nreaentatloa af tka
heels only.
WAHTED- SITIATIO.
POSITION as stenographer for young lady;
office experience. Address "A," Hee of
flco, Council Bluffs. A M376 lTx
WAJITKD-MAI.K HELP.
FALL TERM
SEPTEMBER 1.
I : day and night.
Boyles College
NEVi YORK LIFE BluO.
BUSINESS, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRIT
ING. ENGLISH.
Apply fur Catalogue.
B-146
WANTED For United State army, able-
bodied, unmarried men, between ages ot
21 and 3... citizens of United Stales, of
good character and temperate habits, who
can apeak, read and write English. For
Information apply to recruiting officer
isth and Dodge Sta., Omaha, and
Hastings, Neb. B-M475
WILL give a worthy young man or woman
a paid-up echolarahlp In Omaha's leading
business college, to be paid lor when
course Is finished and position recured.
Address, B iu, Bee. B 610
.WANTED At once, a registered druggist;
married man preferred Schaefcr'8 cut
price drug storo, 16th and Chicago sts.
11 ill 34
WANTED, men to . learn barber trade;
comparatively no expense; few wocka
complete; new method; practical experi
ence; expert Instructions that saves
years; Investigate. Moler Barber Col
lege, 1302 Douglas Bt. . B M246 14 x
WANTED Experienced window trimmer.
J. L. Brandela St Sons, Omaha. B MM
WANTED, two good short order white
cooks; wages, $15 and $12; also, 1 white
trailers. Address Lock box 3, St. Joseph,
Mo. B M37S lox
WANTED, young men not belonging to
uiuvii iu leaiater lur atreet-car worn; no
trine, inciose stamp to The Western
Roglster Uureau, Portland, Oregon.
B M335 IS
ANTED, trustworthy, hrlartir vnniiff man
for collector; advancement for rlorht
man. References. P. O. Box 603, Omaha.
B Si7 13
WANTED, foreman for shipping ware
house. If honest, reliable and ambitious
apply with references to P. O. Box 60S,
Omaha. B 296 13
ONE SOLICITOR and collector, able to
furnish surety bond; good salary and ex
pense allowance; give inree referenced.
Address K 68, Bee office. B M416 lOx
WANTED Experienced clothing salesman.
Pioneer Clothing House, 2316 N St., So.
Omaha. B 423
BRIGHT young man for music dept. of big
city store; one willing to start In at bot
tom and learn the business In all its
branches; give age and salary expected.
Address K. 61, Bee office. B 424 15
WANTED, men to black and set up stoves,
People's Store. B 420 13
WANTED, a small Job of grading done at
10th and Arber sts.. Apply at 607 N. Y.
Llle building. B M426 16
AT ONCE., persons everywhere to dis
tribute samples, $2.60 daily; stendy; no
' canvassing 'U&aitlrer'V&U'Oraad Blvd.,
Chioago. -, . . B M428 14X
WANTED HALKSM EN.
WANTED, salesmen, up to date, active, to
sell first-class groceries direct to con
sumers at wholesale; first-class territory
and ' liberal inducements. George Mel
drum it Co., 69 N. Green St., Chicago, 111.
. M M 17x
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 16th & Dodge.
i92
WANTED, girl for light housework; family
of two. Address J 60, Bee. C Mtttfl
WANTED," competent girl for general
housework; three In family. .Mrs. Harry
Woodward, 8007 Pacific CVA
WANTED Experienced bath woman at
Garretson bath parlors. Address D. B.
Clawaon, Blouk City, Iowa. C M139 13
WANTED, ladles to learn halrdresslng,
manicuring or facial massage; qualified
teachers, free ollnlo, diplomas, tools and
v i positions given. Busy season soon. Call
il or write. Motor College, 1302 Douglas St.
C M246 14x
WANTED Experienced salesladies In un
derwear and hosiery departments. J. L.
Brandels at Sons, Omaha. C MS32
WANTED, head dining room girl $5 a
week; chambermaid, $4; laundress $4
rtone but competent need apply. J c
Webb, Valentine, Neb. . fc MSM 16
WANTEDoxwerleneed bon bon anrt
olats dippers. W. S. Balduff, 1620 Farnam
oireoi. C 877
WANTED,: a washerwoman, call at once
b 4 W9I DL C M392
WANTED, at tu 8. 82d Ave., competent
gin lor general housework; family of
, : J la
N WANTED, a girl for general housework
and a good laundress; good wages. Ap
ply H. Maudelberg, jeweler, lth and
-f- L-M40e 15
WANTED, nurse girl. 2810 Dewey Ave.
C-M418 15
WANTED, a lady to operate shirt ma
chine; eteady Job. Address Creston Steam
jauuury, resion, la. C M430 16x
GIRL for general housework. S122 Rurt.
-; . - .C M425 16x
FOR RENT 1101SES.
nUUOCO c. Peters & Co.. Bee Bldg.
D tu
HOUSFSuVampart" or ,n clt?- The
V. , i
Davla Co., 608 Bee Bid.
X-94
PAYNE-BOSTWICKT A: CO., choice houses
601-0J Now York IJfe Bldg. "i'toone lota.
D S96
WB MOVE pianos. Maggsrd Van & Stor
age m lei. nao. umce, lil3 Webster St.
D-690
CENTRAL, lst-clasa 7-room house. 220 N. 2$.
U M477
HOUSES, Insurance. Ringwalt, Barker Blk,
D 697
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co., office 16114 rarnam, or Tela. lio!-ka.
, . D 6W
FOR RENT, T-room cottage, modem con-
veilieilteo, IilV-U JIU. njj ; urK Ave. Wni.
IV. .roller Awnri, ov4 lrown Blk
b--iso
MODERN 6-room cottage, $25.00; D8 Bher
...... D-776
J em except furnace, $18. C. M. Barhmann,
4J6-37 Paxton block.
D M13i
TEN-ROOM modern house, 2tl Capitol
avenue. i At lox
1-ROtJM house, modem, with furnace; va
cant Septal. Apply 2614 Caldwell Ht.
D 361 16x
FOR RENT a3 Burt St.. 10-room modern
houae, two bat a moms, large yard with
barn, tM. N. P. Dodge 4
yimin at.
fOIl RENT Nine-room mo
race, porcelain bath, 4'3
IXHJge i'a, i!4 i-nr-
nodern house, fur.
porcelain bath. 4-'2 So. 26th. $40. N.
P. Dodge a Co 114 Farnam at.
v- . D-MM 15
FOR ItK.vr FIH.MSIIED BOOMS.
liEA'lil European hotel, 13 th and Farnam.
hi ban
IIOVAL HOTEL, European, 16th at Chicago
IV IW
$1 no to $:.oo per week, 422 So. 18th St., one
block soutn or court nouse. . u ivi
NICE cool room, modern, very reasonable;
gentlemen preferred. 14i!6 N. 17th. j.jj
O. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 011.
I 1 03
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th & I?-
bj i04
NICELY furnished rooms. Inquire Omaha
steam laundry, 1750 Leavenworth. Phone
A-1783. E 06
ROOMS. 81.60 to 83.00 per wef-k: board. 13.00.
Tnurton Hotel, lith and Jackson Sts.
E Mol7 24
VIENNA HOTEL. 1011 Fnrnnm; 'phone 679.
E M371 seplO
LARGE dining room and kitchen, at 411 N.
19th St. E-M407 16
ROOMS, $1.W1 per week and up. State hotel,
1X12 PqubIpw ft. E M435.P13
Fin.MSHKU KOOM9 AJU BOARD.
509 8. 23TH AVE. ; private family. F 707
ROOMS, with or without board. 2W0 Hsr-
ney.
Ft H.MTtnE PACKING.
PETERSON & LUNDBEKU, 113 Bp. 17th.
TeUL-23o8,
FOR REN I SI OHUS AND oKFltltl.
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at ti 1-arnam st. It has
lour stories and a basement wulca was
lormerly used as The Bee pres room.
'1 hm will ba ranted very reasonably. If
Interested apply at oflice Of C C Hose
water, secretary, rown 100, Bee builuliig,
A 261
FOR RENT Building suitable for whole
sale purposes at Vl c arnam, xsv, iuui
stories and UrBt-claa cemented basement,
elevator, tlrt and burglar proof vault,
oihee counter and fixtures, for price and
niirilculura inaulre C.-C. Resewaier, sec
retary the Bee Building Co., room luu, Bee
bUUUing. iauwt
DESK room for rent 634 Paxton block.
lLliM
AUUKia WANTED.
WANTED-Canvassing acent In every
county to solicit subscriptions to i'lin;
TWENTIETH CENTUitY FAKMiiK
Kteauv emolovment with assured good in
como. Aaents In the country wltn horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily too to iiuo per monm. au
aress Century Farmer Solicitors Bureau,
Bee building, umatia. J an
AGENTS wanted to sell the "Life of Pope
Leo XXII." written with the encourage
ment, approbation and blessing of Mis
Holiness, the Pope, by Monsignor Ber
nard U ueiuy. mi i-axion xsiag.
J-M364
WE have all six of the different Pope Leo
XIH books; pest terms; ireigm paiu;
outht free. Call or write w. A. lilxen
baugh & Co., utiO Ware blk., Omaha.
. . J-M862
AGENTS WANTED $76.00 weekly easily
made selling our . Double Indemnity
Combination health and accident policies.
Liberal commission; strong company;
exDerlnca unnecessary. Write for terms.
National Health and Accident Associa
tion, 60s Crocker Blag, ues Moines, la.
THE ONLY authorized life of Pope Leo
XIII.; written with the encouragement,
approbation and blenslng of his holiness,
bv Mir. Bernard O'Reilly. D. D.. LL. XX.
who for eight years lived In the Vatican
as domestic preiaie to me pope, una a
tininilahel American author was sum
moned to Rome and appointed by the pope
as his official biographer. Approvea ana
recoanlzed bv Cardinal Gibbons and ail
church authorities as the only official
biography of the pope; over 600 pages,
magnificently Illustrated; unparalleled
opportunity for agents; best commission;
elegant outfit free. The John C. Winston
Co. 328 Dearborn street, Chicago, III.
J 111 w iux
EXCEPTIONAL opportunities for a few
men ere orrerea Dy ine union tjenirai
Life Insurance Co. Correspondence In
vited. J. M. Edmlston & Sons, general
agents, Omaha and Llnooln.
J-M3?S-Sep. 8
WANTEIJTO KENT.
WANTED, two or three nicely furnished
rooms with board lor may ana two sons
11 and 16; private family preferred; must
be respectable and reasonable. Give
price. Answer K 49, Omaha Bco.
K-379 13x
TWO young men desire room and board In
private lamuy not too xar out. in an
swering mention rates. Address K 60,
Dee. K 121 16x
WANTED .TO BUY.
WANTED to buy. some good dental
chairs. Union Dental College. N Mo7
WILL PAY cash for 40 to 50 acres within
15 miles of Omaha. Address K 62, Beo
offlre. K M381
FOR SALE FIHNITIIIE.
FULL line of hard coal stoves now on sale.
Chioago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge Bt.
O-709
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
TOP BUGGY at half price, also nearly new.
ISa wagon gear, cneap. Dee a. w. jonu
son, with John Deere Plow Co.
' P-M700 25
TIRES set while you wait: first-class re
pair wcrk. n. Jfrost, I4tn ana Leaven
worth. P-710
MONROE sells pleasure vehicles at 811 N.
16th St. .r tu
FOR BALE. 1 first-class buggies: war
ranted; a snap lor aomeooay. can at zi20
Leavenworth. V .M393
FOR SALE MISCELLAXEOtS.
FOR SALE, secondhand locomobile. In
first-class shape, at one-half pries. Call
or address, ui r arnam di. J V13
FOR SALE, empty Ink barrels, 25 cents
each; large,, well made barrels; make
first-class garbage receptacles. Fred
Youngs, foreman, Beo preoa room, rear
entrance Bee uiug. y M431
INDIAN goods and relics. 111 Farnam.
Q-714
FOR BALE, a new 800-ampere. double-pole
switch; never c-een uneu. Apply to or ad
dress "Superintendent Bee Building,
Omaha." Q-M767
TELEPHONE POLES; long fir timbers;
chicken rince; out piung. vui uougias.
J Q-iis
Western Anchor Fence Co., 205 N. 17th St.
Q 716
CATAIX5GUE eut drug prices free. Sher
man & MoConnell Drug Co., Omaha,
Q-718
VISHEIj strain White Rocks, standard
bred silver spangled Hainburgs; Ham
burg eggs, Il uo per setting: line nocss.
II W per selling, w. it. eioane, Avery,
Neb. Q M3M 18x
FOR SALE. Crane hydraulic elevator; can
ba used cither passenger or freight; com
plete, iron guide posts, cage and wire en-
closure. J. L. uranaeis at eons. y on
FOR SALE Coal business. Capital reiulred.
(2,000. ou. J XI, liee. W k-
NEW and fdhand typewriters. 1119 Farnam.
Q 718
2DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 111 Farnam.
U 71
FOR SALE cheap, 12-foot show case and
counter to match. 15-foot show rase, 1 13
foot counters. Johnson A Goodlett Co.
Q 4:'2 14x
CLAIRVOYANTS.
MRS. CARRIE SMITH, BOVEREI3N
LADY yUEEN of clairvoyants; every
thing told; paat, present anu luiura. ki
Uiaction or no pay. 807 N. 18th. 8720
MMtl LUCRETIA. medium, 1708 Callfor
nlM. tyatu box
ELECTRICAL. TREATMENT.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, $d floor, r 1
GRACE O' BRYAN, Batha, 730 8. Uth.
Josh Billings said:
If you want to be noticed
you must get in front of folks
and worry 'em some.
ELECTRICAL THE ATM EST.
MINNIE TEMPLE, mugnetlc treatment
and alcohol rubbing. 6ut N. ltilh, id floor.
T-lis 14x
MRS DAVIS, 1C2I Howard 8t., front rooms.
tub bath; first-class attendant.
TM 339 S9
PUKSOMAU
VlAVI.'a wbolurale nerve and tissue food
and home treatment for disorders of
women, t res booklet. Vlavl Co., 'an Bee
Bldg. U Til
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous hair removed oy electricity. t. i ana
2, 1605 Farnam at. V1U
MAGNET PILE KILLER.
IT
CURES.
U-324
At druggists, $1-
PRIVATE home during confinement;
babies adopted. The Good Samaritan
Sanitarium, 728 1st ave., Council Blurts,
la. U-19C
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; Dabies Doaraea ana adopted.
Mrs. Uardeis, 2234 Lake. Tel. Red -ISM.
U 726
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
nnement; best medical care ana nursing
Mrs. L. Fisher, 1501 Vinton. Tel. 18b9.
V J2S
PRIVATE Sanitarium for Indies before and
during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. uerlscb,
Stl2& California St. Terms reasunnble.
U W2 28
SURGEON-CHIROPODIST,
612 Bee bldg.
U-799
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam street.
W 729
FARM and city loans: low rates. W. H.
Thomas, First Nat I Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
W (81
PRIVATE money.
Sherwood, 937 N. Y. Life.
W 722
4 TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton block.
W 733
FIVE PER CENT loans.
Farnam.
Garvin Bros., 1604
W-734
PRIVATE money, F. D. Wead, 1620 Douglas.
W 186
WANTED Real estate loans and war
rants. R. C. Peters ft Co.. Bee bhlg
HONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
C A CV TO GET
CAj I TO PAY
Best explnlno our methods.
We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipts, etc. Or If you have a permanent
po.ltronwecaBnAmak.ouoaN
Vr
confidential, and we always try to please.
Ail that we ask Is that you give us a call
hefore you borrow elsewhere.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
119 Board of Trade Bldg Tel 22D5.
(Established 1892.) 30ti S. lttth St.
t ARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
oil ARIED PEOPLE-, merchants, team-
CAUAniu" v,n,,.aa mtf without J.
sters. Doaruius , , . , -
. ...to.t turma. 40 offlcea In Drln-
.i2y.r Aitiea. Tolman. 440 Board of Trade
Bldg.
Tr7irt
MONEY
To salaried ' cmpioyea and wags earners:
Get our syaiem ui iuau .,.,
out of debt. Any lady or gentleman,
machinist, engineer, etc., having reliable
employment can get. Just on hla not.
Monthly. Monthly. weeKiy.
turn to us... $26.66 or $18.fc or $6.66
turn to us... 13 83 or 6 65 or 3.85
turStous... .W or 8 83 or XM
Monthly. Monthly. Weekly.
$100-Retu
60 Ketu
itlSeturn to w" M or 2. or 1.00
Basleat term., loweat rate. --
No inquiries.
THE STAR LOAN CO.. 644 PAXTON BUt
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURElPIANOS, LIVE STOCK.
SALARIES. ETC.
Low ratea and eaay terms.
BUBlneas Confidential
Try us If you want to save money.
V PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
633 Paxton Block. WtU and Farnam Sts
CASH IN ANY AMOUNT-10 to $500 loaned
ConfuVnlture, pianos, etc.. and o people
holding a steady position, n,i.uu
Uy or publicity, at the very lowest rates;
manu can te made to suit your con
venience; strictly confidential ,
Rooms 307-308 Paxton Block.
XS5
MONEY loaned on plain note to alarled
people; Business coniiueu.,., " y;
614 Paxton block. The J. A, HuttonCo.
CHATTEL salary n,,2Fa1Xrkfrblt
Loan Co., suo. to D. Green, R. 8, BarKer b(t.
MONEY loaned on Pla- 'H," lTx"
olry, horses, cows, eie. -
Bl'SINEIS CHANCES.
WHEN yoO want to buy. gell or exchange
any property or business quick, see J- ft.
Johnson. 843 N. Y. Llio. '"
A GOOD paying 18-room hotel ior e"8
wnoa Kiver. iNou.. i t
lives In Chicago Is the object tn
Mitchell &. Faught. Wood BWer.Nelb.
.n,cvmn nnnnrtlinltv ShOW for Sale!
Panorama dsiiim t-.v
m Phliinnlnes: also views Euro
pean cltle.. Inqulro 2210 N. J" M
I HAVE $1,660.00 and want to get Into
1 what have you to offer? Give
some particulars.
Address
K 54. Bee
Y-S39 16x
office.
RARJ9 chance for anyone with Mto $1,000
to secure cain imam" -f
weekly net profits; short hours, pleasant
,,uHn Address "ooiumnia,- room
14A, 200 West Broadway. New Jrk Clty.
FOR BALE, real estate and loan
Sr; ;.' and good will. Address . K . 66.
Bee office.
-v . , .
Y-M410 14x
FOR SALE, the finest and best restaurant
In Denver seats 100 people; elegantly and
...i.; nr- navlna: best of
reasons for '?'1'"S unV,QUaA-., nJio
coin I'l e le i j m
right party, r. v. V"mi i
r,v oat fufnitthAil rentanrant.
cheap;
rYtr-.-tJi viinsg,. O. U Orvd. Ha-
venna, Neb.
" : v nf
Y M427 18x
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
. . idvq wiA rnunfll Bluffa:flne or-
i. v-"v .r. ..,. i..u
chard. Darns, cr, i-iu i., ..
to proposed electrlo line, high bottom;
snap at $57 50. Address 204 Sapp block.
Council Bluffs.
$-ROOM cottage, with barn end little work
hop. full lot with shade trees, close to
Farnam St. car and only 10 blocks from
the city hall-owner going west 81,600.
HARRISON & MORTON "
912-13 N. Y. LIFE TEL 314
RE-MS
FOR SALE Small cash payment buys
pretty poultry farm; piga, chickens, po
tatoes, lumiiure lliciuuvu, limucr, ur
chard, etc.: schools, churches, stores, eto.
convenient: sverythlng Included: .U)
healthy location; no overfluwa. OtUor
farms. "Farm Loans." Box 24. Monteer,
Uo. M--i l(x
10-ROOM modern hooae, 11 blocka front
postoOicc, for sale cheap, lot N. 1th.
Bsnewa 4s Co. BJS-747
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
DON'T
Yon want good fc-ronm modern house,
within 10 minutes' walk of the pnstofflre
or high achonl? Look at 1914 California.
You can have It for
$3,li00.00
The Bvron Reed Company,
212 S. 14th St.
. RE Mill 15
SALINE COUNTY farms are the best. I
have some bargains. Write for particu
lars at oDce. F. G. Johnson, Dorcliexter,
Neb. RE M694-22
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and rarm lands, ine u. r.
Davis Co., Room 08, Bee Bldg. RE 746
$2,000.00
Buys 2S11 Cnpltol avenue, 8 rooms, full lot.
Walking distance.
The Byron Reed Company,
212 S. 14th St.
RE-M411 15
10 ACRES. Improved; Barry Co. Lock box
101. Papllllon, Neb. KK-Miltt All
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McA Hester, land commissioner, Union
Paciflo Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
RE 748
WILLIAMSON aRmLEsfr.e:' 1203
RE 746
NORTH DAKOTA or Missouri lands to
trade for everything. What have vou?
Mutual Real Estate Co.,
Atlantic. la.
RE M41T 13x
YOUNG man, you will, marry some day,
Don't lauuh. vou will.
When you do you will want a home. If
you have a lot paid for you have the
foundation. Begin now to save $10 a
month. We hove 20 beautiful residence
lots in Benson tor sale at nu to kid eacn.
Term. $10 per month.- Interest.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
642 Paxton Block.
RE M401 15
$1,600.00
2705 Pnvenport, 5-room house, near high
scnooi; easy terms.
The Byron Reed Company,
212 S. 14th St.
RE-M4U 15
TRACKAGE
PROPERTY
14N A fine piece of trackage property, 132
feet frontage. We are Authorized to sell
this piece of property at a genuine bar
gain. It Is Accessible to all railroads
entering the city. You hud better see us
at once atiout this.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor, New York Life Building.
RE M121 14
HANSOOM PARK DISTRICT Very cosy
8-room cottage, new, .hot water heating
plant, takes very little fuel; house newly
painted and papered; 6 rooms and bath on
first floor; barn and 6o-foot lot; paving all
paid; east front. Also very nlca 6-room
cottage, northwest corner 46th and Hamil
ton Ht., beautiful location, half block
from school and car; 8 large cherry trees
una lenceu. oee owner, ui. jaraes notel.
via d. ma bi. i none a-mw.
RB M436 20
ACCORDION PLEATING.
GOLDMAN. 200 Douglas block.
749
ATTORNEYS.
HERBERT S. CRANE, '91?
N. T. L. Bldg.
Mm sepmx
DALE TtES.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 Korth 16th.
760
R. RUMPEL & SON. only tie factory in
viMie. xijruv. iiiiiatcnoiusii. rei
r -tuas. 148 S6
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
fiuuiuii; aiieuueu io. j. i, ucniitree, 2uth
unn i,FiKe BTreeis. 370
DANCNIG ACADEMY.
MORAND'8. Crelghton hall; private lessons
uiuiy; watts ana two-Blep, $a. Tel. 1041.
881 A31
DETECTIVES.
CAPT. CORMACK, 617 Karbach block. Tel.
A ."699
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT.
O. R. RATHBUN, room 15. Com ! Nat Bank
752
FLORISTS.
HESS A SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam.
-753
L. HENDERSON, florist. 1619 Farnam BL
754
FOR SALE FARM LANDS.
BUY an Interest In a paying ranch; good
opportunity to gei in came ana nog rais
ing on small capital; absolute safety;
best references. Address K 84, Bee.
RE Ml3 14x
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN & PRICEi UV.B. Nat. Bit. bid.
-760
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., 1st floor N. Y.
uuo oiiii., attorneys ana collectors every
where. 7ii
FURNITURE PACKED.
GATE CITY Upholstering Co.. woven wire
springs uguienea. lei. B-W76. 1706 St.
Mary s Ave. 755
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO.. Bee Bldg. Tel. 2535.
lOO
GARBAGE.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices. 621
N. 16th. Tel. 1779. 757
LAWN MOWERS.
SHARPENED. P. Melcholr, 13th A Howard
7F.X
LOCKSMITHS.
C. R. HEFUN. 3l N. 16th st.
Cut prices on keys this month,
Tel. 2974.
M2 818
LOST.
LOST, Aug. 4, diamond en
gagement ring, near Doug
las street bridge; $S0 re
ward; no questions asked.
509 S. 20th it.
Lost-418 13x
MARE, chestnut color, weight 1,100 pounds,
light spot on face. When lost had blan
ket on; 24lh and A streets, South Omaha
or 8v2 Douglas street. Liberal reward.
Lost lux
UMBRELLA, with stag handle bearing
owner's name. Return to F. E. Colby, 218
fi Itith St., and receive 85. Iynt Mt3t
OSTEOPATHY.
The Hunt Infirmary, McCague Bldg. T. Till
-764
Alxen FarweU, Paxton Blk., 604-7. T. 1365.
7
DRS. FINCH at MILLER. 124 & 80th St
-766
DR. ORACH D EtQ AN,
Tel 24.
838
N. Y. Mfe.
?1
Did hi mean "adtvrfiwP
OSTEOPATHY,
GTD. E A: ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 6is, r.ew York Lire mag. tsi. imh.
7a
Ml SICAL.
THOS. J, KELLY, voice. Davldge Bhvk.
a
PLl'MBING.
DALY & SON
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS
steam and gas fitters; Jobbing neatly done;
all orders promptly attended, 'lei. 2441.
26 Leavenworth.
PAWNBROKERS.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. lJOl Douglas.
ii8
PATENTS.
II. J. COWGILL No fee unless successful.
318 3. 15th St., Omaha. Tel. 17S8. 768
RUG MANUFACTURING.
OMAHA Rug Factory, 1521 Leaven. Tel. 2068.
7t
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A, C. VA.N SANT'S school. 717 N.
Y. Life.
770
NEB. Business & Shorthand College. Boyd's
1 neater. 71
STORAGE.
OM. Van Stor. Co., lSHVs Farn. Tela. 15o-862.
771
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramga Bldg.
,
TICKET BROKERS.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
f. m. i-nuoin, uuft Farnam. 'Phone 7S4.
-774
TINNERS.
G. & KOCH, 24th and Maple. Tel. L-lf49.
838 B5
A. O. Oho, A. M., LL. B., Pres., Omaha,
Prof. A. J. Lowar, Prlnc
p!nMedb First Nat'l
Ttankanrl hnfllnnRH men
$10,000 In Roll Top Desks, Bank Fixtures and
50 Typewriters. Students can work for board.
Fend for free catalogue, bound In alligator,
finest ever uubltsboa by a Business College.
Bead-It and you will attend the N. B. O.
POSTOFFICE NOTICE.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails for the week ending August
15, 1903, will close (promptly in all cases)
at the General Post Onioe as follows: Parcels-Post
Mails will close one hour earlier
than closing time shown below. Parcels
post mails .for Germany close at I p. tn.
Monday per a., s. "Kronprinz Wllhelm;"
Wednesday, per 8. s. "G. Kurfurst," and
Friday, per a. s. "Prlns Siglsmund."
Regular and supplementary malls close
at Foreign Station halt 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).
Transatlantle Malls.
SATURDAY At 8:30 a. m. for Europe, per
s. s. Etruria, via Queenstown; at 8 a. m.
for Belgium direct, per s. s. Finland (mail
must be directed "per s. s. Finland"); at
8:30 a, m. for Italy direct, per a. a. Lahn
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Lahn");
at 8:30 a. m. for Scotland direct, per s. 8.
Astoria (mail must be directed "per s. a.
Astoria'").
PRINTED MATTER, ETC.-Thls steamer
takes Printed Matter, Commercial Pa
pers, and Samples for Germany only. The
same class of mall matter for other parts
of Europe will not be sent by this ship
unless specialty directed by her.
After the closing of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Malls named - above, ad
ditional Supplementary Malls are opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and Gerfnan steamers, and re
main open until' within Ten Minutes of
the hour of sailing of steamer.
Malls for South and Central America,
West Indies, Etc.
FRIDAY At 12:30 D. m. for BARBADOEH.
TRINIDAD and CIUDAD BOLIVAR (via
Trinidad) ana ui1 tin uuiana, per s. s
Piemonte; at 12.30 p. m. (supplementary
1:30 P. m.) for INAGUA and HAITI. Der
a. s. Flandria; at 12 m. for MEXICO, per
s. s. Matnnzas, via Tamplco (mall must be
. directed "per a. s. Matanzas ); at 1 p. tn.
for PORTO PLATA, pep s. s. Alice, from
Boston (mall for other parts of the Do
minican Republic must be directed "per
a. s. Alice"): at 1 p. m. far YUCATAN.
per s. s. Daggry, via Progreso (mall must
be directed "per s. 8. Daggry").
baiukuaj At a. m. ror BERMUDA
per s. s. Trinidad: at 8:30 n. m. (minr.le-
mentary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per a. a. Edda,(mall for
BavHinun anu (.aruigena must oe dl
rected "per s. a. Edda ); at 9 a. m for
ruKiu muu. oer s. s. ronee nt s sn a
m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FOR
TUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA, SAVA
NILLA. CARTAGENA and ORRYTnww
per s. a. Valencia (mall for Costa Rica
must be directed "per s. a. Vslencla"); at
10 a. m. tor CUBA, per a. s. Havana, via
1XUVWUI&.
Malta Forwarded Overland. Etc., Ex
cep Transpacific.
CUBA By rail to Port Tamna. Fla . an
thence by steamer, closes at this oftlce
umiy, rit-ept inursaays, at J5:30 a in
(the connecting malls close here on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays).
at-viuu in I overland, unlesa specially
addressed for det-aatch by steamer, closes
tuia uiuv umiy, except bunUav
1 -OA . n. 11 -IN, a j "
ounaays at 1
n. m. and 11 :30 d. m
NEWFOUNDLAND By
mil in V.,,1.
O J UUCJ i B.KI II1CIILQ l
ney. and thence by steamer, closes at
onite dally at 6:30 p. m. (connecting
is close here every Monday, Wednes-
this t
mails
dav and Snturdav)
JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and thence
uy steamer, closes at mis oftlce at 6-30
v. . j i ucrunj nnu Aoursony.
MIQUELON-By rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, closes at this ofHoe dally at
6:30 n n
BELIZE. PUERTO CORTE3 AND GUATE
MALA By rail to New Orleans, md
thence by steamer, closes at this office
dally, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. in and
J11:S0 p. m. Sundaya at 1 p. m. and 1180
S. in. i TMiiirr, ,ii,B eiuses nere Mon-
avs at 111:30 p. m.)
JOSTA RICA By rail to New Orleans, nnd
thence by steamer, clones st this office
dally, except Sunday, at 11:30 n m nA
ll:30 p. tn., Sundays at il p. m. and 411 :80
p. m. (connecting man closes hers 'Jue-
nays ni fii .vr p. in. I
f REGISTERED MAIL closes at 6 p. aa.
Transpacific Mails.
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via
San Francisco, close here dally at 6:30
p. m. up to August llOih, Inclusive, for
despatch per a. s. Mariposa.
HAWAII, via San Franclsoo, close here
nany at t p. m. up to August lluth,
inclusive, for despatch per a. s. Alameda.
t.11 in A ana Japan, via Vancouver and Vlo
tuna. v. i ., close nere aally at 6:30 d.
iii. uii iu iiuiusi juui, iin-iuHive, tor des
patch per a. a. Empress of Japan. (Mer
cnanuibe mr v. . a. x-oatai Agency a1
Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Can
ana )
HAWAII, JAPAN. CHINA and PHILIP.
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco,
clne nere dally at :TO p. m. tip to Augus
fi-iri. iiii-iusive, lur aespaicu per s.
Coptic.
AUSTRALIA (except West. FIJI IS
LANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, via
rOSTOFFlCK XOTICE.
Vancouver and Victoria. B. C, close
here dally at 63D p. m. up to Atigunt
15th, Inclusive for despatch per a. a.
Aorangl.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, cloe hrre
dally at 6 au p. m. up to August it.lh.
Inclusive, for despatch per a. s. Kaga
Maru.
HAWAII, CHINA, JAPAN and p(vlally
addressed mall for the I'HILU'PlNK
ISLANDS, via Fan Francisco, close here
dully at 6:30 p. in. tip to August (21st. In
clusive, lor uexiwu'n
per s. s. America
Maru
NEW ZEALAND
AUSTRALIA fexcent
West). NEW CALEDONIA. FIJI. SA
MOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco,
close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to August
j?2d. Inclusive, per despatch per s. a.
, Sierra. (If the Cunnrd steamer carrying
the British mall for New Zealand does
not arrive In time tn connect with this
despatch, extra malls closlna; at 5:3fi a.
m., 9:30 a. m. and 6:3" p. m.; Sundays
at 4:30 a. m., 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. will
bo made up and forwarded until the ar
rival of the Omarrt steamer.)
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Tran-
clsco, close here dally nt 6:30 p. m. up
to August 27th, Inclusive, for despatch
per U. 8. Transport.
NOTE Unless otherwise addressed. West
Atistrnlla is forwarded via Europe and
New Zealand and Philippines via Prn Fran
cisco the nulckest routes. Philippines
specially addressed "via Canada" or "via
Europe must tie fully prepaid nt the for
eign rates. Hawaii Is forwarded via San
Francisco exclusively.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port
of. salllnE dailv and the schedule of clos
ing Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. (Regis
tered man closes at :w p. tn. previous aay.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster,
Postofflce New York, N. Y., August T,
1901.
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
15ION STATION 10TH AND MARCY,
Union Pacific.
Leave. Arrive.
..a 8:40 am a 9:50 pm
a 8:26 pm
Overland Limited .
The Fast Wall
California Express
..a :2u pm
racinc xtress all:sopm
Eastern Expross a 6:30 pm
The Atlantio .Express... a 7:30 am
The Colorado Special... a 7:10 am a 8:40 am
Chioago Special a 8:40 am
Lincoln. Beatrice and
Stromsburg Express.. b 4:00 pm bl2:60 pm
North 1'iatte Loral j:wm a o:m pm
Grand Island Local.. ...b 6M pm b 8:35 am
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul.
Chicago Daylight' a 7:45 am all:16 pm
Chicago Fast Express, .a 5:46 pm a 3:40 pm
Chicago Limited .,.....tl 8:06 pm a 7:50 am
Dea Moines Express. ...a 7:45 am a 3:40 pm
Chicago A Northwestern.
"The Northwestern Line."
Fast Chicago a 8:40 am a 7:00 am
Mall ... ..a 8:00 pm a 8:30 am
Local Sioux C'.iy A 6:10 am a 8:30 pm
Daylight St. Paul .a 7:35 am al0:25 pm
Daylight Chicago .......a 8:00 am all :10 pm
Local Chicago ...all:30 am a 5:10 pm
Local Cedar Rapids 6:10 pm
Limited Chicago a 8:15 pm a 9:16 am
Local Carroll a 4:00 pm a 9:50 am
Fast Chicago ........... Jt 6:50 pm a 8:45 pm
Fast St... Pau '...a 8:10 pm a 8:15 am
Fast Mall ...... , a 2:40 pm
Local Sioux City ..b 4:00 pm b 9:60 am
Norfolk & Bonesteel a 7:25 am al0:35 am
Lincoln & Long Plne....b 7:25 am bl0:85 am
Chicago, Rock Island at Pacific.
EAST.
Chicago Daylight L't'd.a 8:55 am a 3:60 am
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:00 am a 9:35 pm
Chicago Express bll:15 am a 6:35 pm
Des Moines Express a 4:30 pm bll:50 am
Chicago Fast Express, .a 6:35 pm a 1:26 pm
WEST.
Rocky Mountain L't'd...a 7:30 am a 7:25 am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
Denver, Pueblo and m
West a 1:30 pm a 6:00 pm
Colo.. Texas, Cal. and
Oklahoma lycr a u. pm at. pm
Wabash.
B i niiia'TnnnnnBill"
Express ae:uopm as:zuam
St. Louis Local, Coun-
rll Bluffs a :io am a iu:ou pm
Illinois Central.
Chicago Express a 7:35 am a 5:10 pm
Phlnnirn W In nea noils &
et. f aui Lamneo. a w piu a. o.uo am
Minneapolis & St. Paul ,,.'
Express b 7:35 am bl0:35 pm
Chicago Local 10:36 am
Chicago Express . al0;35 em
Missouri Pacific.
Bt. Louis Express. ..-..elOiOO am a 6:25 pm
K. C & St. L. tx.......al0;60 pro a 6:15 am
WEBSTEU DEPOT 1KTH A WEBSTER
Chleaaro, St. Fatal, Minneapolis A
Omaha.
Twin City Passenger.... a 6:30 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux Citv Passenger. ..a 2:00 pm all:20 am
Oakland Local b 616 pm b 8:45 am
Missouri Pacific.
Nehranka Local. Via
Weeping Water a 4uo pm aio:35 am
Chicago A Northwestern, Nebraska
and Wyoming Division.
Blur k .Hills.- Deadwood.
Lead. Hot springs a s:w pm a 5:00 pm
Wvomlng, - Casper and
Douglas d 3:00 pm 6:00 pm
Hastings, xora. tiavm
citv. Buoerior. ueneva.
Exeter and Seward. ...b 8:00 pm b 5:00 pm
BURLINGTON STATION lOTH A MASON
Burllng-ton A Missouri River.
Leave. Arrive.
Wvmnre. Beatrice and
Lincoln a 8:50 am bl2:06 pm
Nebraaka Express. ......a 8:50 am a 7:46 pm
Denver Limited.-....- a 4:10 pm a 6:46 am
Rlnck Hills snd Puget
Sound Express..: all:10 pm a 8:10 pm
Colorado Vestlbuled .
Flyer a 8:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:62 pm a 8:08 am
Vnrt Priuilt and Platta-
mouth bSilSpm blA:35am
Bellevue Ik facino Ji'i.. i:w pm a 6:27 am
Bellevtie tk I'acino jet.. a s:uu am
Kansas City, St. Joseph A Coancll
BlalTs.
Kansas City Day Ex.. .a t:15 am a 8:05 pm
Mt. ixiuis iim.i,....i..o:pin aii:(kiam
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:45pm a 6:05 pm
C hicago, Darlington A dnlncy.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 8:55 nm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. .a 4:00 pm a 7:45 am
Chicago l.ocui a a is am all:00 pm
Chlcagot Limited a 8:05 pm a 7:45 am
Fast Man a 2:40 pm
a DallV. b DallV excent Sundav. d Dnllv
except odiuruay. uauy except jvionuay
STBAMSHIrS.
HQLL&HD-AMERICA LINE
Nw Twln-Scrtw stMmvra of 12.600 Tons
MKW TOHK KOTTBUDAM, tla BuULOUNS,
. Sailla WwluMiUr st 10 A. at.
KraAam Aug. ,l Potadam ... fUpL
Noordara .........Aus SuiUiudam........Bept.
Rutlvrdsm 6et. llHyodam Stpt.
HOLLAND-AMERICA LIMB,
90 Dearborn St., Chicago, III.
Harry Maaraa, Itol farnam bl, C. Itutharford,
U2 rarnam at . J. B. Barooiaa. inn ramam at
CiOVsCUAiialalKT aUl'ICUS.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, Cneyenue, Wyo., Aug. 11, 1j3.
Sealed propus&u,' ill triplicate, will be re
ceivea at this omce until 8 o clock p. m
mountain time. Sept- 11. 1D"3. and the
opened In trie presence of bidders, for tl)
construction, piumuing, neating, gaa-pipui
and electric wiring ot l lit t olnctiV gutr
ters. Id. i, captains' quartets, 3 d. s. lieu
tenants' quarters, 2 double barracks, and
for the construction, gas-piping and elec
tric wiring of 1 subsialencti storehouse at
i'ort D. A. Russell, Wyo. Bidders must
state in their proposals the time lit which
they will complete the work from date of
commencement -thereof. Each proposal
must be Accompanied by a guarunty signed
by two respoiiHlbie persons, each Justifying
in a sum equal to lu per cent of total
amount of bid. Full Information, blank
forms, plans and speclllcatlous turuiahed
on application to this olhce; also to the
office of Chief Quartermaster, Chicago.
Deliver, Omaha and St. 1'aul, United Stales
reserves the right to accept or reject any
or all bids or any part thereof. Envelopes
containing bids should be endorsed "Pro
posal for Public Buildings at Fort. D. A.
Russell, Wyo.," and addressed to Cuptalu
W. 8. Scott, Quartermaster, U. 8. A., In
charge ot construction, Cheyenne, Wyo.
Alld4(K'jM
LEGAL NOTICE.
BIDS FOR COAL.
Sealed bids will be received and opened
Aug. 20, for the delivery of ten cars
of anthracite coal, at once, f. o. b., Yank
ton, So. Dak. All bids must be accom
panied by a certified check made payable
to J. A. Beifeld, Sioux City, Iowa, on eume
solvent bank, for p.O.OO, to be forfeited
In case party failing to the signing of con
tract and giving of bond.
J. A BEIFELD.
Blous City, Iowa Asd l-'t-M
FORGETS HIS OWN IDENTITY
Man Sought by Omaha Folios Loses Entire
Acquaintance With Himself.
CANNOT GIVE NAME OR RESIDENCE
Tarna Ip In Poaghkeejsle and Hap
peaa to Recall Belac Ja Omaha
Daring n Recent Trip tn
the West.
At the request of New YorK officials
Chief of Police Donahue la trying to
discover the name and addresa of a man
now In Poughkeepslo, N. Y., who Is suf
fering from total losa of memory and
who does not know where ho lives, who
he Is or where he camo from. From the
description received of the man "lilef
Donahue Is certain that ha has seen him
In Omaha, but so far he has been unable
to remember under what' circumstances.
The man Is described as being from 35
to 40 years of age, weighing 136 pounds,
Ave feet bIx and one-fourth Inches In height.
He has flaxen brown hair and beard, grey
eyes and wears glasses. He wore a four
teen ahlrt and fourteen and one-halt col
lar. One of his gold link sleeve buttons
was marked with the Initials "E. L. O."
and the other "E. B. A." Tba man haa
five falsa teeth on a rubber plato tn the
upper back part of the mouth, and four
upper front teeth are filled.
Forgets his Identity.
The jnan appeared at the Morgan hotel
at Poughkecpsle several days ago and
registered as "G. Foster of New York."
Ha then informed the clerk, that his name
was not Foster and that he could not re
member who ho was. The police were
notified and all efforts so far have not
resulted in learning the man's identity.
The man said he remembered having been
In Omaha, St. Louis and Kansas City,
but what he did there or what business
he is in, ho does not know. Neither does
he know whether he is married or single.
Chief Donahue received a picture of
the man yesterday and he Is certain
that he haa seen him In Omaha and the
chief believes that he Is a western man and
that the police here will be able to name
him and locate his horns.
From over the state during the last few
months the police have received several
reports of missing men and the chief
believes one of these will turn out to be
Foster. The latter has the appearance
of a mad of good intellect. The report
state ' that Foster is ' an inveterate
olgarette smoker. . Foster said he remem
bers of having four 850 bill several weeks
ago. Ho now has 865.
FROM FOUR STATES.
Testimony to th Efficacy of the New
Sclentlflo Dandroff Treatment.
James C. Rows of Livingston. Mont.:
Herplclde cured by dandruff and stopped
my hair falling."
Orange MoCombs, BL Anthony, Idaho:
'Herplclde cleaned my scalp ot dandruff
and made my hair soft aa Bilk and glossy."
W. H. Otis, barber.. Champaign. 111.; "I
used Herplclde on one customer for dan
druff and on Another for falling hair with
excellent result!." .
F. W. Woody (assistant postmaster).
Champaign, 111.: "Herplclda completely
stopped my falling hair."
J. J. Bentley, Sheridan, Wyo.! "Herpl
clde excellent for cleaning the scalp." Sold
by leading druggists. Bend 10c In stamps
for sample to The Herplclde Co., Detroit,
Mich. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
special agents. ''' .-
ENTERS CROSS DIVORCE - BILL
Wife of George H. Powers Denies Hla
Claim' and Makes Own 'J
AHegatlona '
Allla Powers, who was sued for divorce
by her husband, . George H. Powers, has
filed an answer and cross-bill In which she
asks for divorce. She denies all allegations
of infidelity as set up in her husband's peti
tion and alleges that in the eleven years
he haa been married the plaintiff has failed
to support her in the manner in which ha
would have been able had he not squan
dered his money In revelry; that ha bas
failed to provide her a suitable borne, but
has compelled her to live in a house with
leaking roof, surrounded by railroad tracks.
over which she crossed at peril of life and
limb when going to and from work, which
she was compelled to do to make a. living;
that the plaintiff has treated her cruelly
and accused her unjustly of infidelity. She
asks that her maiden name, Allie Mitchell,
be restored.
Red Hot from tho Gnn
Was the ball that caused horrible ulcers
on G. B. Steadman, Newark, Mich.', Buck
len's Arnica Salve soon cured him. j 2Da
For sale by Kuhn & Co.
SEASONABLE- FASHIONS
V!t
kit 'V,. !i
ttj'T:" ' Jr':, '
4493 Five Qored BiOrt, 22 to 32 Waist.
Woman's' Five-Gored Fklrt In Sldow .j
Length, with Inverted Plaits in R.- ;k, 4!M
Skirts that Just clear the gnmnl it.s
among the latest Oureed by fashion, ui.d
can be relied upon aa correct, both for th
pres'-nt nnd the season lo coaie. This
very excellent one provides a gr:;n-fnl flnie
about the feet and la nV:i!libl.i for the en
tire range of Kklrt and suit mat' rials, hut
as shown Is made of H'.cilim mo':r.lr
stitched with silk.
The skirt Is cut In five gores, w'llflh tire
so shaped as to f.t with perfect snugness
about the hips, while they flare freel a::d
grucefully below the km". The fullni-si
at the back Is laid In Inverted I lilts an !
can be stitched as Illustrate-J or Nlm;ly
pressed flat, as preferred. The upper
edite can be finished with a belt or cut In
dip outline and under-faced or bound.
Tho quantity of msterlul required ror
the medium tze iu 6'i yards 27 Inches
wide, S ynrds 44 ititbe wide or 3'4 yards
52 Inches wide when material has figure
or nap; 8 yards 44 Inches wide or Z yards
52 Inches wide when material has neither
figure nor nap.
The pattern, 4403. Is cut In rises for a 22.
4, 2A, 28, S3 and 82-Inch waist measure.
For ths accommodation of The Dee
readers those patterns, which dually retail
at from 25 to 50 cents, will be furnished at
a nominal price. 10 cents, which covers all
expense. In order to get a pattern enclose
10 cents, give number and nam of pattern.