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loa. These adTertlaeaaeata moat fee
Advertiser, by requesting; num
bered check, earn bare anintra ad
dressed to a numbered letter lv ear
f The Her. Answers ao addreaaed will
be delivered. .a presentation of taa
WASTED SITU A T 101.
POSITION a stenographer for young lady;
off! re experience. Address "A," Bee of
flce. Council Bluffs. A M376 lTx
WANTED MALE HELP.
k. 8EPTEMBER 1.
CAV and night.
NE, YORK LIFE BLvl.
BUSINESS, SHORTHAND. TYPEWRIT
Apply (or Catalogue.
WANTED For United States army, able-
bodied, unmarried men, between agea of
zl and Sj. citizens or United Stales, or
good character and temperate habita, who
can apeak, read and write English. For
Information apply to recruiting officer
J 'it h and Dodge 8U., Omaha, and
Hastings, Neu. U-M4.5
WILL give a worthy young man or woman
a paid-up scholarship in Omaha's leading
buxiness college, to be paid for when
course is finished and poaltlon secured,
Address, B , Bee. B 610
WANTED At once, a registered druggist:
married man preferred. Behaefer'a cut
pneo urug store, lliin ana Chicago ats.
WANTED Experienced window trimmer.
J. u. uranaei. At Bons, Omaha, li MJU
WANTED, two good short order white
cooks; wages. Id and $12; also, white
waiters. Address Lock box 3, St. Joseph,
mo. 1 u-Mi,J lux
WANTED, young men not belonging to
unions to register for street-car work; no
strike. Inclose stamp to The Western
Ategi.ter uureau, Portland, Oregon.
B M395 18
ONE! SOLICITOR and collector, able to
furnish surety bond; good salary and ex
pense allowance; give three references.
Auuresa n. t, tsee omco. li M416 16x
BRIOIIT young man for music dept. of big
city store; rne willing to start in at bot
tom and learn the buslneas in all Its
branches; give age and salary expected.
Auureas u, Dee oiuce. A 424 la
WANTED, a small Job of grading done at
iwwi una Aruor bib. Apply at w)7 N. X
J-Jia tmuuing. B M428 18
An opportunity must be sought arid grasped
at once. Are you making the most of
yours or are you drifting? We need more
competent, high-grade men to till open
ings of all kinds executive, clerlcul and
technical. If you are not getting all you
are worth, or If you deire to change,
write today for plan and booklet. Hap
good. (Incorporated;, Suite 030, Monadnock
Building, Chicago. , B
FOR TRADE, merchandise, clean, staple
stock of goods; one particularly desirable
deal H1.0U0; another io.BOO; another I15.OU0;
good lands and reasonable amount cash
to pay bills will take these; have large
exchange list and can get you fair,
square deals; list your wants with us;
stocks of all kinds In different localities;
prompt attention to all Inquiries. Capitol
Mercantile Exchange. 204 Dallv News
tlonal Adv. Co., Chicago. B M449 16x
WANTED, salesmen, up to date, active, to
sell first-class groceries direct to - con
sumers at wholesale; first-class territory
and liberal Inducements. George Mur
drum & Co., N. Green at., Chicago, 111.
BOOK SALESMEN, attention, we have an
entirely new proposition for men of
ability; territory Is being rapidly assigned;
coupon and card leads. F. D. Mayer.
Broadway and Locust Bts., Bt. Louis, Mo.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
100 Girla. Call Canadian office. 16th & Dodge.
WANTED, girt for light housework; family
of two. Address J 60, Bee. c MtLi7
WANTED, competent girl tor aeneml
houaework; three In family. Mr, Harry
Woodward, 3u07 Pacific
WANTED Experienced salesladies In un
derwear and hosiery departments. J t
Brandela & Bona. Omaha. C-M532
nr i VTcn kA.-a ji i.
nAiycy, ncu uiniiif room rlrl t5
weeg; cnamoermald, 4; lauiidreaa 14-
none but competent need
Webb, Valentine, Neb.
"vpiy. j. t
C MS55 16
WANTED, a washerwoman. Call at
at 31S N. 41st Bt. 3-MS93
WANTED, at 211 8. S2d Ave. comnet.nt
girl for general housework? fmnyof
, lWQ- C M3S7 15
WANTED, a girl for general hm,..,k
aiid f pwa laundreas; good wages An.
F'ayrnaL lnanMr- Jewel.r"f8',t; tSi
arnam Bts. C M409 15
WANTED, nurse girl. 2610 Dewey AvZ
. C-M419 15
WlKTl'n . t TT
ili',A,"Jeaiy J.ob- AaJreaa Creston Steam
Laundry. Creston. la. C M430 16x
ni UT . . " "
w general nousework. 1122 Burt,
C M428 ltix
, V tW
houses w .ra.cothu. T,h?
. D W4
- HVIIO iUlO.
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van (m7
age CO. T.1.14U6. Omce,!l713)vSbte8r si'
CENTRAL, Ist-clasa T-room house. X. 23.
HOUSES. Insurance. Rlngwalt. Barker Blk
. L) 6a; '
TO MOVE ia)i?ht o i,
Co.. othoi liTiu vV."- ? orage
. - vi is. jaw-Koa.
FOR RENT. 7-room cottage, modern con.
li. l'otter. Receiver. S03 Brown Blk.'
aivur.n.. a-nuin collage, (JB 00' h
man Ave, V. "rP her-
1 1-1. . . .
n'u, ikk) Asee.
' - I 776
FDR RENT, a neat 8-room house, all mort
frn ecepi lurnuce. lis. f, jj. liachr.i.n
iM-Sl Paxton block.
House. JWi Capitol
S-ROOM house, modern, with furnace- v
cant Sept. 1. Apply 2514 Caldwell St."
D il 16x
FINE all-modern lo-room. Urre lawn
t ar line. 110 fnni.lr. K ,aWn- on
a 11 'n " Hamilton. n. Tno.Hre
" 1 iUlol 16x
FOR RENT M23 Burt St.. lO-r.w. ...
house, two both rooms. Isrire yard with
barn. fco. N. P. Dodge Co.lJll Far.
nam st. D-M403 lb
FOR RK NT Nine-room modern house fur
pace, porcelain bath. 42 So. 26th, $40. N.
P. Dodge Ac Co.. 1614 Farnam at
D M403 15
TOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hot.L 13th and Farnara.
I'.UIAX, UOTEI European, Ulu 4k Chicago
FOR REIT Ft HI I" 11 ED BOOMS,
1100 to $:.(0 per week, 422 So. 18th St., one
dit k south ot court nouse. is,
NICE cool room, modern, very reasonable;
g-.'ntlemen preferred. 14.3 N. litn.
O. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone Gil.
NICELY furnlshd rooms. Inquire Omaha
steam laundry. V7o0 Leavenworth, t'no.ie
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th ft l'8-
B t Vt
ROOMS, 11.50 to $3.00 per wok; board. $1.00.
Tnur-Jton Hotel, 15th ana jacKPon c
VIENNA HOTEL, 1011 Farnam: 'phone 679.
IV JtlAH BVkJiV
LARGE dining room and kitchen, at 411 N.
. 1.' VTUV7 1ft
mm si. "W
ROOMS, $1 60 per week and up. State hotel,
1313 Douglas St. r. uw c
TWO elearant rooms. 2011 Harney. Tel. 21j3
ONE ROOM, private family.
FIR.M9HED ROOMS AXB BOARD.
Uit 8. 25TH AVE.; private family. F-707
nnnvia iih n. without hoard. 25S0 Har- I
' . K-M3J4-15X
FOR RENT A very desirable front room
with alcove. The i'ratl, iLi o. F'"ljr5
FV HM 11 HE PACKING.
PETERSON & LL'NDBERU, 115 So. 17th.
Tel. L-13o8. . n-.vj
FOR REST SI ORES AND OFFICES.
. h w. MT-Tha bulidina formerly occu
pied by The tive at Uitt Barnaul St. It has
iuur atones and A basement which was
f urn.- ...... i um 1 ha ui Dreaa rooul
'i ios will be runted very reasonably. If I
interested auuiy at oihee ol C. C. Kose- I
water, aecreutry, room luu, t-ov puliuing.
FOlt RENT Building suitable for whole
sale purposes at ilo tarnam, lour
atoriea aud hrat-clasa cemented basement,
elevator, tire and burglar proot vault,
ollice counter and fixtures. 1 or price and
particulars Inquire C. C. Kosewater, aec
retary the Bee Building Co.. room luu, Bee
building. i aaaei
DESK room lor rent. 634 Paxton block.
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to 1 tiui
TWENTIETH CENTUM. FARMER.
Steady employment with assured good ln
comu. AnenU In the country witu home
and bUK&y especially desired. Caiivaasers
make easily tirJ to lion per month. Ad
dress Century Farmer Solicitors Bureau,
Bee building, umana.
WE have all alx of the different Pope Leo
XIII books; beat terms; freight paid;
outfit tree. Call or write W. A. llixeu-
baugh & Co., 600 Ware bla., Omaha.
AGENTS WANTED-175.00 weekly easily
made selling our Double Indemnity
Combination health and accident polices.
IjIiidi i uiiiiiiiDBiuii , auuii, vuiuvaui i I
xnerlnce uunBcessarv. Write for tarma.
National Health and Accident Associa'
Hon, bus Crocker ' Bldg, Des Moines, la.
THE ONLY authorlxed life, of Pope Leo
XIII.; written with the encouragement,
approbation and blessing of his holiness,
by Mr. Bernard O'Ki illy. D. D.. LU D..
who for eight years lived in the Vatican
as domestic prelate to tne pope, muis dis
tinguished American author was sum
moned to Roma and appointed by the pope
li his omciai Diograpner. Approved ana
recovnlzed by Cardinal Gibbons and all
church authorlUea aa the only official
biography of the , pope; ovr MX) pages,
magnificently Illustrated; ; unparalleled
opportunity for agonta; best commission;
elegant outfit free. The John C. Winston
Co.. 328 Dearborn street, Chicago, ill.
J M100 20x
EXCEPTIONAL opportunities for a few
men are orrerea oy tne union central
Life Insurance Co. Correspondence in-
vlted. J. M. Edmlston & Bons, general
agent.. Omaha and Lincoln. .
iwrtsinn. . vrm r,- . r.' rrci
We can furnish you with either Bernard
idiruniAiii av rtvjciixo.
O Rellly s or Father James Mcuovern a
Life of Pope Leo XIII, both endorsed by
Cardinal Gibbons: Klve complete history.
contain all encyclical letters, poems, anec
dotes, etc.; not only published In ur.gnsn,
but can be had In several lamruaaes:
beautifully Illustrated; premium with each
book; state which wanted; best terms;
'outtit free. Address American Publishing
Co., Omaha, Neb. J 440 ia
WANTED TO RENT.
TWO young men eeatre room and board In
1 . . .' . . II.. . A - ... T
private family not too far out. In an
swering mention rates. Address K bo,
Bee. xi. 421 lox
WANTED TO RENT List your vacant
property wltn us; we nave a steady de- I
mand for houses and flats. N. P. Dodge I
At Co.. 1614 arnam st. h. iu m
WANTED First-class room and board for
two In a modern home.
Address P. O.
box 678, city.
K 139 14X
WANTED, room and board by ludy In
Council Bluffs, not too far out; private
family preferred: terms must be reason
able. Address Mrs. E Wilson, Fullerton,
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED to buy, some good dental
chairs. Union Dental College. N M674
WILL PAY cash for 40 to 60 acres within
15 miles of Omaha. Address K 62. Bee
office. N M3l
FOR SALE HBX1TIRE.
FULL line of hard coal stoves now on sale.
Chicago f urniture Co., 1410 Dodge St.
FOR SALE Furniture for a four-room
cottaae complete at a good baritain. In
quire 611 North 21st street) must be sold
immediately. u vii lux
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
TOP BUGGY at half price, also nearly new,
14 wagon gear, cheap. See A. W. John
son, wltn Juim Deere flow Co
P M700 26
TIRE8 set while you watt: first-class re
pair wcrk. H. Frost, 14th and Leaven
worth. P 710
MONROE .ell. plea.ure vehicles at Ml N.
16th Bt. P 711
FOlt HALt, z nrst-ciaaa ouggies; war
ranted; a snap fur somebody. Call at 2S20
Leavenwortn. P M393
FOR BALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR BALE, secondhand locomobile. In
hrst-clusa shape, at one-half price. Call
or address, ib.i r amain bi. y 713
FOR SALE, empty ink barrels, 26 cents
each; large, well made burrels; make
first-class garbage receptacles. Fred
Aoungs, joicinan. uco pieaa room, rra'
entrance uiua;. W-Mill
INDIAN goods and re Ilea 1119 Farnam.
FOR SALE, a new 800-ampere. double-pols
awltch; never been used. Apply to or ad
dress - auperuiieiiuem e Building,
uinnua. w .u , u I
TELEPHONE POLES; long fir timbers;
cnicaen ;uw, v t...tia ovi aougina.
I y ila
IRON and wire fenree, tree guards, trellises.
Western Anchor Fence Co., 2u N. lTlh St.
CATALOGUE cut drug prices free. Sher
man & Mcconneu Drug to., umaha.
FISH EL strain White Rocks, etandard
bred silver spangled Hamhurgs; Ham -
l uig eggs, $1 uu per setting' While Rocks,
ii mi per ening. n . n
Q M3S4 lSx
FOR BALE. Crane hydraullo elevator; da
be used either nsssrnaer or frelKht: com
plete, iron guide posts, cage and wire en
closure. J. L. Brandela Bona Q 698 .
FOR BALE cheap, 12-foot show case and
counter to mulch. 15-foot aiiow cane, 2 12-
lyut counter. Johnson at Uoonirtt Co.
U 124 Us
DO YOU WANT AN UMBRELLA
Once upon a time a man
saying that the person was known and would be prosecuted if the umbrella
was not returned. The next morning his front yard was full of umbrellas.
FOK SALE MISCF.LLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Coal business. Capital re 1 Hired,
tAuuu.w. .1 zi, JJi'6. y feg
NEW and 2dhand typewriters. 1119 Farnam.
I 2DII AND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnnm.
MRS. CARRIE SMITH, SOVEREIGN
LADY WUEEN of clairvoyants; every
thing told; past, present and future. Sat
isfaction or no pay. ku7 N. 18th. 8 720
MMB. LUCRETIA, medium,
8 340 SXx
MM IS. SMITH, baths, US N. IS, 2d floor, r.I
GRACE O BRYAN. Baths. 720 8. 13th.
MINNIE TEMPLE, magnetic treatment
and alcohol rubbing. 6ut N. 16th, 3d floor.
1 IM 14X
MRS DAVIS, 1KI1 Howard St., front rooms,
luu uatu; nrst-ciasa attendant.
VIA VI, a wholesale nerve and tissue food
and home treatment for disorders of
women. Free booklet. Vlavl Co., 3-U Bee
Bldg. U 722
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and Buperflu
ous hair removed by electricity. K. i and
3, 15i'i Farnam at.
MAGNET PILE KILLER.
At druggists, si.
PRIVATE home during confinement:
babies adopted. The Good Samaritan
Sanitarium. 72s 1st ave.. Council Bluffs.
Ia, U 196
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; bullies boarded and adopted.
Mrs. uurdtis, 2iM Luke. Tel. Red-1&4.
PRIVATIH hospital before and during con
linemcnt; best medical care ana nurBing
Mrs. L. Fliher. 1601 Vinton. Tel. l&i).
PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladles before and
during confinement. Dr. and Mis. Gerlsch.
3625 California St. Terms reasonable.
SURGEON-CHIROPODIST. S12 Bee bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith tt Co., w-u taruum street.
FARM and city loans: low rates. W. H.
Thomas, First Kail Baiin siag. lei. ims.
z . , . . -r ...
PRIVATE money. Bnernwu, m n. i. wia
4 TO 6 P. C. money. Bemis, Paxton block.
yv i jo
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1604
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1520 Douglaa
WANTED Real estate loan and war
rants. K. C. Peters t t-o., iee uiu,
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
C A C V TO GET
C AO I TO PAY
Best explains our methods.
We loan on lurmiure. ,7"""""T
receipts, J " '
poaluon we can nmke you a
without .ecurily. excepj your ow ipaj
rnent. to , i tJ , t..
confidential n . - ,
ai? that we ask Is that you give ua a call
I .... . v. , n
i ah , l
before you borrow eisew.ieie.
r vou borrow eisewnere. -
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
US Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2216.
(Established ml.) 306 8. 16th St.
T ARGE8T BUSINESS IN LOANS
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, t
"ftZT hnnrdlnK houses, etc., without se-
...Vitv- easiest terms. 40 offices in prln
Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
t salaried employes and wage earners:
AO . . , .Hut .1,1. VOU
Get our system ot loan, that get. you
OUt Of. aebl. Ally laujr "-,,-r,7!
niachlnlst, engineer, etc. having rellabta
employment can get, just onhl. aotei
Monthly. Monthly. Weekly
100-Return to u....a. or $U.ft or o .65
l 60-Return to us... 13 33 or 6 bo or S M
' !xTLi,,rn to us... 6.wi or i ii or l.M
J 15 Return to ua... 4.00 or .nXntLl
. . . nWHI IHIR1
easiest r".j .-;.. i-.,urtaoua
No inquiries. wui
THESTAR LOAN CO.. 644 PAXTON BLK.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURE PIAN08.ELiyE STOCK,
Low rate, and easy term..
Trv us if vou want to save money.
Try PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
3S Paxton Block. 16th and arnam o. j.
CASH IN ANY AMOUNT-$10 to $500 loaned
on furniture, planoa. etc.. and to people
venience; strictly conrtdcntlal.
Rooms 307-308 Paxton Block.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
v,.-ir, onntidentlal: lowest rates.
BT Yaktoa block. The J. A. Mutton c
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
LVan Co. .uc. toD. Green. R. 8, Barker bit
MONEY loaned on pianos. 1"'n'ur,ei. iem
elry, horses, cows. etc. v,. . is
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
any ptoperty or businesa quick, aee J. H.
InhpWM K4.1 IN. X. Ute. - '
A GOOD paying 18-room hotel lor aie in
W'ood River. Neb., at a bargain; owner
lives in Chicago ia me uuj;
Mitchell & Faught, Wood Bver,Neb
ot rvnm nnnnrtunltv Show for Bale
panorama names uu v"1,1" " i,..
latest In Phi ppmfea: aisi viaaa nuof
pean clUes. Inquire 2210 N. X
I H AVE Il.fA'.oO nd want to get Into
business. What have you to offer? Give
w,-... , vTA 18
r ARK! chance for anyone with $500 to $l.on0
BK-.fl. ..h hualne.a paying $10 to $75
weekly net profits; short hours, pleaaant
occupation. Address "Columbia." room
ltZ'aw 'W4wt Broadway. NJr
IT 18 TRUE . . ,
Cotton Is the best Investment.
Better than bondspays more profit safely.
Better than stock. no .peculation.
Better than grain-greater results without
Beue'r'thsn horse racing scheme no ha
ardous risks. ,
Better than mining or oil ventures-no hole
in the ground" In which to sink capital
Yes cotton la the best Investment for tangi
ble rrotlts and vlflble assets.
Canltal alwsya subject to draft, Particu-
lrs. pamphlets free.
I Storey Cotton Co., Bourse, PMladelr-rila.
I Y M447 ldx
I roR BALE, a nice three-chair bnrber shoo
at F.agle Grove, la. A Daraain ai s-i.d.
Address K 62, Bee.
MKN WANTED everywnere toy aover-
fixers) to oisiruuuo m v "o-i,
l i. k s'-f'S ete mil pay. Adoe" Nil-
Bldg , St. Paul Minn. Y-M414 15x
FOR HALE, furnished restaurant, eheip;
doing god business. G. La Or". lij.
v.nn. Kh. k Maul Uv
lost his umbrella. He put a "Lost" ad in The Bee,
FOUR-CHAIR barber shop two hath
rooms; will sell for nearly half If taken
in ten days. Address K tii. Bee.
FOR SALE, the finest and best restaurant
In Denver; seats 100 people; elegantly and
completely fitted up; paying; best of
reasons for Felling: unusual chance for
right party. P. O. Box 119, Denver. Colo.
Y M420 lx
FOK SALE HEAL ESTATE.
8-ROOM cottage, with barn and little work
shop, full lot with shade trees, close to
Farnam st. car and only 10 blocks from
the city hall owner going west 11,600.
HARRISON & MORTON
912-13 N. Y. LIFE TEL. 314
You want a good n-room modern house,
within 10 minutes' walk of the postonice
or high school? Ixiok at 1014 California.
You can have It for
The Byron Reed Company,
212 8. 14th St
FOR SALE Small cash payment buys
pretty poultry, farm; pips, chickens, po
tatoes, furniture Included; timber, or
chard, etc.; schools, churches, Ptores, etc.,
convenient: verythlns. Included: l.W.i;
healthy location; no overflows. Other
farms, "Farm Loans. Box 24. Monteer,
Mo. , RE M- -266 17x
10-ROOM modern house, 11 blocks from
poRtoflice, for sale cheap. 108 N. l.'ith.
Benewa & Co. RK 747
Buys 2S11 Cnpltol avenue, 8 rooms, full lot.
The Byron Reed Company,
213 E. 14th St.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad comuany. B. A.
McAllcster. land commissioner, Union
Paclflo Head juartera, Omaha, Neb.
WILLIAMSON Ssfree1?:- 1203
YOUNG man, you will marry some day,
Don't laugh, you will.
When you do you will want a home. If
you have a lot paid for you have the
foundation. Begin now to save 110 a
month. We have 20 beautiful residence
lots in Benson for sale at $150 to $200 each,
Terms, iio per month. 6 Interest.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
642 Paxton Block.
RE M401 15
2705 Davenport, 6-room house, near high
rcnuoi; easy terms.
The Byron Reed Company,
213 8. 14th St.
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT Very cosy
8-room cottage, new. hot water heating
plant, takes very little fuel; house newly
painted and ranered: 6 rooms and bath on
first floor; barn and 50-foot lot; paving all
paid; east front. Also very nice 6-room
cottage, northwest corner 45th and Hamil
ton sts., beautiful location, half block
from school and car; 8 large cherry trees
ana reneea. nee owner, tit. James hotel,
4J6 B. I3tn st. 'Phone A-334S.
RE M436 20
10 ACRES, Improved; Sarpy Co. Lock box
101, rapllllon, Neb. RE M792 A31
155 ACRES near Council Bluffs; .fine or
chard, barns, creek, 7-room house, close
io proposed electric nne, nign Bottom
snap at $57.50i. . Address 304. Sapp block,
council jniuns. KK M3un 1
HOUSES and lota In all parta of city; also
ai re properly ana rarm lanus. une o. F.
Ajavis io itoom axe. tiee Bldg. tits 746
SALINE COUNTY farms are th. hmi
nave some Darcains. wr t for nnrtir.1.
lars at once. F. G. Johnson, Dorchester.
GOLDMAN. 200 Douglas block.
HERBERT 8. CRANE. 917 N. Y. L. Bldg.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th.
R. RUMBEL & SON, only tie factory In
S!Vi Tryus- "ta & Nicholas Bts. Tel.
J 148 S6
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree, 2Uth
and Lake street. j7o
MORAND'S. Crelkhton hall; private lesson,
daily; walla and two-atep, $u. Tel. 1041.
-8S1 A 31
CAPT. CORMACK, 617 Karbach block. Tel.
O. R. RATHBUN, room 15, Com'l Nat Bank
HESS & 8WOBODA. 1415 Farnam. 753
L. HENDERSON, florist, 1519 Farnam Bt.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN & PRICE, 23 U. B. Nat. Bk. bid.
NEW BNOW-CHURCH CO., lt floor N. Y.
Life Bldg., attorneys and collector, every
GATE CITY Upholstering Co., woven wire
spring, tightened. Tel. B-2076. 1705 St.
Mary's Ave. 756
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2635.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., clean,
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices. 621
N, 16th. Tel. 1779. -757
SHARPENED. P. Melcholr, 13th tt, Howard
C. R. HEFL1N. 8' N. 16th st. Tel. 2974.
Cut prices on key. this month.
y -M432 SIS
MARE, che.tnut color, weight 1,100 pounds,
light spot on face. W hen lost had blan
ket on; 24th and A streets, South Omaha
or 9u3 Douglas street. Liberal reward.
Lost o53 lox
UMBRELLA, with stag handle bearing
ownrr'a name. Return to F. E. Colby. 218
B. 16th St., and receive $6. Lost M434
return to ?
atch. Waltham make; please
return to Miss Naliman, M B. 33d. and
Lost 43i 14
LOST Brown Irish Water Spaniel, top
knot, long, yellow hair no leg; collar with
name plate on; liberal reward on return
m ik. a Hu Mai".. Ave. Lou MiC p.
THOS. J. KELLY, voice. Davldge Elck.
The Hunt Infirmary, McCague Bldg. T. Kiol
Atzen 4 Farwell, Paxton Blk., 6.-1-7. T. 1365.
DRS. FINCH & MILLER. 124 8. 20th St.
DR. GRACE DEEGAN,
GID. E at ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 615, New York Life Bldg. Tel. 1664.
H. J. COWOILL No fee unless successful.
318 S. l.'ith St., Omaha. Tel. 171)8. 762
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all businesa confidential. 1301 Douglas.
OMAHA Rug Factory, 1521 Leaven. Tel. 2068.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. Va. BANT S school. 7 N. Y. Life.
NEB. Business & Shorthand College. Bovd'a
OM. Van Stor. Co., 1611H Farn. Tels. 1559-';2.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge BMg
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbln, 1505 Farnam. Phone 7s4.
G. B. KOCH, 24th and Maple. Tel. L-1949.
REFINISHINO OMAHA FURNITURE
REPAIR WORKS, 2201 Farnam. Tel. 24X1
(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 cu.se)
at the General Post Office as follows: Pnr-cels-Post
Mails will close one hour earlier
than closing time shown below. Parcels
post malls for Germany close at 6 p. m.
Monday per a. a. "Kronprlna WUhelm;"
Wednesday, per s. a. "G. Kurfurst," and
Friday, per a. s. "Prln. Slglsmund.
Regular and supplementary malls close
at Foreign Station half hour later than
closing time shown below (except that Sup
plementary Mails for Europe and Central
America, via Colon, close one hour later
at Foreign Station).
SATURDAY At 6:30 a. m. for Europe, per
s. a. Etrurla, via Queenatown; at 8 a. m.
for Belgium direct, per a. s. Finland (mail
must be directed "per a. a. Finland"); at
8:30 a. m. for Italy direct, per s. a. Lahn
(mall must be directed "per s. a. Lahn"):
at 9:30 a. m. for Scotland direct, per a. a.
Astoria (mall must be directed "per s. ..
PRINTED MATTER, ETC.-Thls steamer
takes Printed Matter, Commercial Pa
pers, and Samples for Germany only. The
same class of mail 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 n timed above, ad
ditional Supplementary Malls are opened
on the piers of the American, Engllah,
French and German steamers, and re
main open until within Ten Minutes of
the hour of sailing of steamer.
Mall, for South and Central America,
West Indies, Etc.
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BEJtMUDA,
per a. .. Trinidad; at 8:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per a. a. Edda (mall for
Savanllla and Cartagena must be di
rected "per s. .. Edda ); at 9 a. m. for
PORTO RICO, per a. a. Ponce; at 9:30 a
'm. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FOR-
'ILTUli 131 A IN I". JAMAICA. SAVA-
NILLA, CARTAGENA and GREYTOWN
per a. a. Valencia (mall for Costa Rica
must be directed "per a. a. Valencia"); at
10 a. m. for CUBA, per a. a. Havana, via
Forwarded Overland. ' Etc., Ex
CUBA-By rail to Port Tampa, Fla.. and
thence by steamer, closes at this offlc.
dally, except Thursdays, at J5:30 a m
(the connecting malls close here on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays).
MEXICO CITY-Overland, unless specially
addressed for despatch by steamer close,
at this office daily, except Sunday at
1:30 p. m. and 11:30 p. m. Bundaya at 1
p. m. and 11:30 p. m. '
NEWFOUNDLAND By rail to North
Bydney and thence by steamer, closes at
thia office dally at 6:30 p. m. (connectlns
mall, close here every Monday, Wednes
day and Saturday;.
JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and thence
by Bteamer, closes at this office at 6 30
p. m. every Tuesday and Thursday
MiyitUlA-uy rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, close, at this office daily at
6:30 r. r
BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ AND GUATE-
iij-m njr ran io new Orleans and
thence by steamer, closes at this office
..11.. .......... L . . ...... . . . .. - VllllO
uaiij, Hirpi Duuunjr, ai si :ju p. m. and
111:30 p. m. Sundays at 1 p. m. and !U:30
luuiintTuiiiiK man closes nere Mon
it 111:30 p. m.)
RICA By rail to New Orleans, and
thence toy steamer, closes at this office
dally. exceDt Sunday, at 11 So n m
111:30 p. m., Bundaya at 1 p. m. and 111 30
p. m. (connecting man cloot here Tue
Srvs st til -.30 p. m.)
IREOISTERED MAIL close, at p. m.
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via
San Franclsoo, close here dally at 8:30
S. m. up to August 10th, Inclusive, for
espatch per s. s. Mariposa.
HAWAII, via San Francisco, close here
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to August lloth,
Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Alameda
CHINA and Japan, via Vancouver and Vic
toria, B.' C, close here dally at 6:30 p
m. up to August filth. Inclusive, for h n
patch per a. a. Empress of Japan. (Mer
chandise for U. H. Postal Agency at
Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Can
ada.) HAWAII. JAPAN. CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via Ban Franclsoo,
close here daily at 6:80 p. m. up to August
J 12th. Inclusive, for despatch per s a
AUSTRALIA (except West), FIJI IS
LANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, via
Vancouver and Victoria, B. c, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to August
15th. Inclusive for despatch per a. ..
CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close here
daily at 3o p. m. up to August littth.
Inclusive, for despatch per a. s. Kaga
HAWAII, CHINA, JAPAN and ipeclally
addressed mall for the PHILIPPINE
ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here
daily at 6:90 p. in. up to August 121st. In
clusive, for despatch per s. a. America
NEW "'ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA (except
West). NEW CALEDONIA, FIJI, SA
MOA and HAWAII, via Ban Francloco,
close htre dally at f:3U p. m. up to August
I22d. inclusive, per despatch per s. ..
Sierra. (If the Cunard steamer carrying
the British mall for New Zealand does
not arrive In time to connect with this
desiiatch. extra mails closing at 6:3o a.
m., 9 10 a. m. and 8:80 p. in.; Sundays
at 4:30 a. m., 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. will
be made up and forwarded until the ar
rival of the cunara strainer )
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fran
cioto, close her. dally at 6:30 p. in. up
postoffh n lOTICR.
to August IJTth. Inclusive, for despatch
per U. S. Transport.
NOTE Unless otherwise addressed. West
Australia Is forwarded via Europe and
New ZMiand and Philippines via San Fran
ciscothe milckest routes. Philippines
specially addressed "via Canada" or "via
i Europe" must he fullv prepaid nt the for
I elgn rates Hawaii Is forwarded via San
Transpacific malls are forwarded to nort
of sailing dully and th schedule of clos
ing la arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. Regis
tered mall closes nt 6:00 p. m. previous day.
v uiv. r.ui i. n .1 l.'l 1, I osillllisirr,
T'ostofTlce Now York. N. Y.. Auaust 7.
PROPOSALS FOR HEATING AND
power plant. Department of the Interior,
Office of Indian Affairs, Washington. D. C,
August l 3ln'j. Sealed proposals endorsed,
"Proposals for Heat and Power, Genoa,
Vnl ,- !,. ...i.i i ... . .
fiuu niiuimi'ii io Old I.UIIIII1IS-
stoner of Indian Affairs. Washington, 1). C.
win re received at the Indian office until 2
o clock p. m. of Thursday, September S.
IIO:!, for furnishing the necessary materials
and labor required to construct and com
plete a heating and power plant at the
Genoa school, Nebraska, In strict accord
ance with plans, specifications and Instruc
tions to bidders, which may be examined
at this office, the offices of the "Improve-
uifiii iiniicun, Minneapolis, Minn.; tne
"jNenrsska state Journal," Lincoln, Neb.;
"The Bee," Omaha. Neb.; the Northwestern
Manufacturers' association. St. Taul. Minn.:
the "Builders' and Traders Exchanges" at
iimnnn. .pi) Milwaukee, Wis., and St.
Paul, Minn.; the V. 8. Indian Warehouses
at No. LV,5 South Canal St., Chicago, 111.,
No. 815 Howard St.. Omaha. Neb., and Nos.
119-121 Wooster St., New York City, and at
the school. For further Information apply
to . it. msiow, Htipt.. ticnoa, Nebraska,
W. A. JONES. Commissioner.
BIDS FOR COAL.
Sealed bids will be received and opened
Aug. 20. In3, for the delivery of ten cars
ot anthracite coal, at once, f. o. b,, lank
ton, So. Dak. All bids must be nccom
panled by a certitled check made payable
to J. A. Bolfeld, Sioux City, Iowa, on some
solvent bank, for ISoO.OO, to be forfeited
In case party falling to the signing of con
tract and giving of bond.
J. A. BEIFELP.
Sioux City, Iowa. ASd-12t-M
AILWAY TIME CARD.
UNION STATION 10T1I AND MARCY.
' . Leave. Arrive.
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 9:60 pm
The Fast Mall a 3:25 pm
California Express a 4:20 pm
Paclflo Express all:30 pm
Eastern Express a 5:30 pm
The Atlantic Express... a 7:30 am
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am a 8:40 am
Chicago Special a 8:40 am
Lincoln, Beatrice and
Stromsburg Express.. b 4:00 pm bl2:60 pm
North Platte Local a 8:00 am a 6:15 pm
Grand Island Local b 6:30 pm b 9:35 am
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul.
Chicago Daylight a 7:45 am all:15pm
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:46 pm a 3:40 pm
Chicago Limited a 8:06 pm a 7:50 am
Des Moines Express. ...a 7:45 am a 3:40 pra
Chicago A Northwestern.
"The Northwestern Line."
Fast Chicago a 3:40 am a 7:00 am
Mall 8:00 pm a 8:30 am
I.ocnl sioux Clcy a 6:10 am a 1:30 um
Daylight St. Paul a 7:35 am al0:25 pm
Daylight Chicago a 8:00 am all:10 pm
I. oral ChlcaKO
...all:30 am a 6:10 pra
... 6:10 pm
...a 8:16 pm a 9:15 am
...a 4:00 pm a 9:60 am
...a 6:50 pm a 3:45 pm
...a 8:10 pm a 8:16 am
a 2:40 nm
Local Cedar Rapids
Limited Chicago ...
Ixcal Carroll ,
Fast St. Paul
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 bl0:35 am
Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific.
rhiMiri nnvllarht L't'd.a 3:65 am a 3:60 am
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:00 am a 9:35 pm
Chicago Express uu;iom a o..kj inn
Des Moines Express a 4:30 pm bll:60 am
Chicago Fast Express.. a 5:35 pm a 1:26 pm
Rocky Mountain L't'd...a 7130 am a 7:25 anj
Lincoln. Colo, ciprings.
i.nrr Pueblo and .
a l.ov IIU Xfc u.w pill
a 6:40 pm al2:40 pm
Colo., Texas, Cal.
Rf I no Is "Cannon Ball"
Express a 5:55 pm a 8:20 am
St. Louis Local. Coun
ell Bluffs a 9:15 am a 10:30 pm
Chicago Express a 7:35 am a 6:10 pm
Chlnnirrv MinlieaDOllB &
Bt. Paul Limited a 7:60 pm a 8:05 am
Minneapolis & St. Paul
Express b 7:35 am bl0:36 pm
Chicago Local iu:ao am
Chicago Expreas al0:36 am
St. Louis Express .10:00 am a 6:25 pm
K. C. & Bt. L. Ex a!0:50 pm a 6:15 am
WEBSTER DEPOT 1STI1 A WEBSTER
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis at
Twin City Passenger.,.. a 6:80 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger.. .a 2:00 pm all :20 am
Oakland Local b 6:45 pra b 8:45 am
Nehraska Local. Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm alO:3S am
' Clilcaao A Northwestern, Nebraska
and Wyoming? Division.
Black Hills, Deadwood,
Lead, Hot Springs a 8:00 pra a 6:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 8:00 pra 6:00 pm
Hastings. York. David
City, Bupe lor. Geneva,
Exeter and Seward. ...b 3:00 pm b 6:00 pra
BURLINGTON STATION 10TH aft MASON
norllngton oft Missouri River,
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln a 8:50 am bl2:05 pm
Nebraska Express a 8.50 am a 7:45 pm
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm a 8:46 am
Black HIUs and Puget
Sound Express all:10 pm a $.10 pm
Flyer t a 8:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2.52 pm a 9:08 am
Fort Crook and Platta-
mouth b 8:15 pm bl0:SS am
Bellevue ft Paclflo Jet.. a 7:60 pm a 8:27 am
Bellevue & Paclflo Jet.. a 8:50 am
Kansas City, St. Joseph A Council
Kansas City Day Ex. ..a 9:15 am a 6.05 pm
St. Louis flyer a 5:25 pm a-ldouin
Kansas City Night Ex..alO:45pm a 6.05 pm
Chicago, Burlington A Qnlncjr.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 8:55 pm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. .a 4:00 pm a 7:45 am
Chicago Local a 9:18 am all:no pm
Chicago Limited a fc.Oj pm a 7 46 am
Fast Mall a 2:40 pm
a Dallv. b Dallv except fliinrisv A n.n-
xcept Saturday. Daily except Monday.
Naw Twln-S.craw blaaaars of IS. 60S Tous
MEW TOHK KOTTBH1MM. fla UOULiOUNa.
Salluif wadusaOar at is A. aL
Rrndam Aug. ISIPotadam aapt.
Noordam Aug. f Stalaudata Sept. 11
Rotlariiain Sept. Ilitynilaai 8apl. U
60 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.
Harry Moorem, Itul Farnaaa at. . c. RutkarlanC
UK raraaoi at., J. B. Karuolda. 1101 gamam at.
WHEAT GOES TO A DOLLAR
Cash Article Highest la Minneapolis
It Ha Bern Since Leltcr
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Aug. 14. "Dollar
wheat" was at last seen on 'change today
for the first time since th. Leltcr corner
In 1&8. It wn rash wheat and there were
aale. at that figure.
Later $1.02 wa. asked and $1.01 bid. with
no sales. September option touched 8c,
th. highest point in fourteen years.
Salt for Damages.
The street railway company is asked to
pay the sum of $1'U) damages In a peti
tion filed by C. A. Mt-lntg for liis son, Rob
ert Mrinlg, in the cllxirl. t court thia after
noon for allttied injuria liJUclcd by a
Walnut Hill car.
HITCH IN BARKER AFFAIRS
Legal Obstacle In Division of Prop
erly Delays t'loalnai of Hotel
and Other Plaas.
There la a slight hitch In the proceeding.
for the division of the Barker estate and
the lease of the Barker hotel building to
the John Deere Plow company may not be
come effective as soon as was hoped by
both parties to the proposed arrangement.
The trouble comes over the attempt to
mako nn equitable division of the property
between Joseph Barker and his uncle,
George Barker. Previous to the death of
Joseph Barker, sr., the brother, held all
of their real estate In common, and this
has been continued by the administrator of
the Joseph Barker estate, W. A. Redlck.
Last November Judge Vlnsonhalrr Issued
orders for the final distribution of the es
tste, the entire property to descend to Jo
seph Barker, Jr., with no charges against
It except tho dower of the widow of the
deceased Joseph Barker.
When the young man was ready to come
Into possession of the property he decided
that he would want his property to himself
and not In common with his uncle and for
this reason the division of tho estate has
been postponed from time to time, the ad
ministrator hoping that the division could
be made without resort to any legal mean,
for a sale of any of the property. Th.
proposition to mnk. this division wa. re
ceived agreeably by George Barker, but It
has been ao far impossible to make the
division In a manner satisfactory to both,
and Joseph Barker desires to have the di
vision made before ha takes charge ot th
It may be that a number of the pieces of
real estate held by the brothers will be
placed on the market and the proceed, di
vided, but both parties hope to avoid this,
nnd the final distribution Is delayed to per
mit a mutually satisfactory division.
At the time of the filing of the schedule,
of the property In the county court the ea
, tate possessed personal property fo the
value of $39,108, nnd real er.tate valued at
$193,625, beside, some personal property upon
which no valuation wa. placed. All claims
against the estate have been paid except
one and that is protected by a bond for
GOVERNOR AT LONG RANGE
McGllton Will Fill Mickey's Chair
from Omaha During the Let
While Governor Mickey Is on hi. western
tour Lieutenant Oovernor E. G. McGllton
of Omaha will be acting governor of the
state. "I will remain In Omaha," said Mr.
McGllton, "and will only go to Lincoln
when my presence at the tatecapltal Is
abso'.utely necessary. I have not been In
formed at this time that the governor is
to be absent from the state. He goes at a
very busy time for me and I will fill the
office of governor at long range as much
DENTIST LICENSE REVOKED
Omaha Man Debarred from Practice
by the State Authorities on
Notice that the State Board of Health
ha. revoked the certificate of Sellm E.
Worster, an Omaha dentist, ha. been filed
with the county clerk. The notification
recites that Dr. Worster has been found
guilty of dishonest and dishonorable con
duct In tho practice of dentistry. Com
plaints against him were filed by another
dentist. The State Board of Dental secre
taries recommended that the above action
Good Advice for Traveler..
Whether going to th. mountain, or sea
shore or taking a journey on buslnes. or
pleasure never leave home without a bottle
of Chamberlain'. Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy.' It 1. worth many time. It.
cost when needed, and may save life. Buy
Engineers Talk of Wages.
8T. PAUL, Minn., Aug. 14. A grievance
committee of tho engineers and firemen of
the Great Northern Is In session here dis
cussing tho wage rcale. All parts of the
system are represented. It is expected that
the company will be asked to advance
Gates I. Improving.
SARATOGA, N. Y., Aug. 14,-John W.
Gates spent another restful night and
show. sign, of Improvement.
44(4 Bulu Coat, 82 to 40 Butt,
Woman'. Russian Coat with Applied Box
Plaits, 4494 Long coat, are much la vogue
and gain favor with each aucoeedlng week.
This on. 1 made in Russian style and 1.
well adapted both to the entire suit and th.
general wrap. The model is made of black
taffeta stitched with .Ilk. but all coat and
suit materials, both allk and wool, are
The coat consist, of a blouse portion that
Is made with applied box plaits at front
and bock, and is fitted by -means of
shoulder and under-arm Beams, and the
skirt, which is attached thereto beneath
the belt. Th. skirt Includes applied plait,
that form continuous Hues with th. blouse
and I. laid in Inverted plait, at the center
back, which provide graceful fullness. Th.
right front laps over the left to close In
double-breasted style beneath the edge of
th. plait. Th. sleeves ar. box plalUd from
the elbow, to the shoulder, ao providing
the .nug fit required by fashion, but form
full puff at the wrist., where they are fin
ished by flare cuff..
Th. quantity of material required for th
medium lx. t tt yard 27 Inches wide. 4
yard 44 Inches wide or 4 yards 62 Inches
The pattern, 4194, 1 cut In sizes for a 82,
$4, 86, 88 and 40-lnch bust measure.
For th accommodation of Th,e Be
reader, the patterns, which usually ret II
st from 26 to 60 cent, will be furnished at
a nominal price. 10 cents, which cover alt
sxpeiiM. In order to get a pattern enclose
to cents, glv. number and nam. of patient.
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