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word thereafter. Nothing- like
"far less thai lCo lor Ike Aral loser
tlaa. These adTertieeraent saaat .be
Advertisers, by retaestlas; a )
stored rktak, aaa have anawera al
dreesed ta a aembered letter It; tara
t Tka tlaa. Answer ao addressed will
Tee delivered aa nresentatlen f the
TED By vounr man of good address
and eirltnrp, position - aa bookkeeper;
bank preferred; good reference. Address
L 59, Bee. A M333 0x
TOUNG lady, graduate of (rood business
college, mania position aa bookkeeper.
Address P in, Rue. A lx
WANTED By an able-bodied and energotlc
old aoldler (gets no pension), permanent
employment as watchman or other re
sponsible position not involving; extreme
manual labor; can show honorable record
thirty-five years In Nebraska; I ue
neither strong ilrlnk, strong language or
tobacco; reference for convenience to
Payne, Bostwlck A Co., flfd N. Y. Ijlfe. or
address O. E. Stearns, 1119 8. lft rr St.,
Omaha. A M782 tf
WANTED Moving In families. Address
F 17. Bee. A M 871 2K.-C
WASTED MALE II ELI.
NOW OPEN. '
. DAY AND N1UIIT.
TTUDENTS ADMITTED AT ANY TIME.
Boyles College .
NE.M iOBK 1.1 fc'K Pi. ...J.
BUSINESS, BHOKl'HAM), TYPEWRIT-
Apply for Catalogue.
.WANTED, tor t'nlted Rtstes army, able'
bodied, unmarried men, between ages of
SX ana 36, altUeris of United mates, of
good chatacter ind temperate habits, who
can apeak, lead and wrlta Engllsn. For In
formation app.y to recruiting officer, ltith
ana uoage bis., umana, ana L,incoin, ntu,
WANTED, a man to work from our wagon.
. . Auama or. Co., lull) Howard.
GOOD messengers wanted; first-class pay,
A. D. T. Co., 213 S. 13th. B-139
WANTED Boy to
W.- Mandelberg, aecond floor
rie a store
1 WANTED First diss wood turner at on
Xtiood wages. Lincoln Bash, Door & Mfg.
Co., Lincoln, Neb.
WANTED, six tinners, experienced on fur
race worn. Milton nosers eons co
14th and Farnam St. B M57J
YOUNQ MAN wants a place to work for
noara wiuie going to school. Boyles t oi
vge, xei. ins. a mssu
WANTED Traveling men to carry a line
or tweed pants and skeleton rults In Iowa,
Nebraska and Kansas terrliory. Address,
.stating age, experience giving references,
salary expected, etc., f 14, uee.
B 614 3
TGQY salesman wanted: c' salary
and steady Job for flrst-cinss experienced
man. tl. m. Fredrickson, 1602 Capitni ave,
u 639 z.x
WANTED. & hustler: one who has had ex
perlence In selling goods either at reta!
or wholesale. We can show you a prop
osltlon where you can make more money
nan is ever paid in the above lines. Ad
areas r w. Bee omce, umana. reo.
. B M&9 28
WANTED, fifty chicken plckerr at once: 10
nnura worK per oay; experienced picKers
here averaging from $15.00 to 120.00 per
week. Clarlnda Poultry, Butter and Epg
vo., tannaa, la. a anuo) m
WANTED Good, strong boy 18 or 19 years
, old for steady work. Apply J. L, Bran
dels A Sons. B 661 28
TWO first-class salesmen with experience.
Apply to The Smith Premier Typewriter
Co. B-MS26 29 .
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; the
only way to save yeara of apprentlceHhlp
la by our method of free practice and
condensed Instructions; we guarantee jo
altlona, grant diplomas and pay Saturday
wages. Call of write Moler Barber Col
lege. 1303 Douglas at. B-M712 Oct2x
EXPERIENCED book salesmen of ability.
A proposition of exceptional merit. Teirl
tory Is being rapidly assigned. F. D.
Mayer, Hroadway and Locust Sts., St.
Louis, Mo. . M734 2jx
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 15th A Dodge.
WANTED Girl for general housework,
1050 Georgia Ave. C 208
WANTED, girl for general housework;
l small family, zxm lajon. c mo.7
VANTED, Immediately, 50 aewlng machine
operator a In Horse Blanket department
or ttemis umana uag ,o. uaiuza
WANTED Cook and aecond girl; third
bouse soutn or country ctuo. c 632
WANTED At once, good girl at 113 B.
tola at; good wagea. C M6ti z
WANTED Competent girl for general
housowork, I in family; good wages. 549
Bo. Jlith ava. C 663 28
manicuring or facial massage; our method
la free clinic, expert Instructions: years
saved; aome wages. Call or write Moler
collage, 1303 Dougiae at. c Mttiocux
WANTED. exDerlenced work ladies in al
taration department. Apply Cloak Iept.
J. L. Brandels A Sons. C-M856 30
roa RENT HOlgES.
nUUOC.3 c. Peters A Co.. Bee Bldg.
PAYNE-BOSTWICK A CO., choice houses
01-601 Mew York ute Bldg. Phone mis.
WE MOVE Dlanoa. Maacard Van A Slop
age Co., Tel. 14K6. Oirlce. ITU Webster St.
. . . u
Uni 1CCC In all parte of the city.
t W W U W U. J4,
Davis Co., fro Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance. Ring wall. Barker Blk.
TO MOVB right get Omaha Van Storage
CO., omce iuft arnaiu, or Tela. Iji-mj.
FOR RENT, a neat l-room house, all mnd
rn except furnace, tla, C. M. Bachmann,
-l faxton oioca. u Ml
COMPLETE 10-room modern nouse and
barn. 527 Park ave. F. D. Wead 1.6
Douk'laa St. D JJ2-S
FOR RENT Modern l-room furnished
house, ltA Spencer St.; phone 1541.
' . D-Mi6 2x
FOR RENT, ten-room house; modern, an
born. In West Farnam district. Win. K
Potter, Rec., No. 3u3 lirowu lilk.
FOR RENT. 835.00; l-room modern bouse,
No. 533 Park ave. W.. H. Tliotnas. 1 irst
Nat l Hank Bldg. D MU61 2x
FOR RENT Two l-room modera houses
In Kounlae Plaae, 15 ech.
room house, lis California St.. til.
6-rvim house, So) N. 1Mb, at, JiO.
THOMAS HhE.N.NAW, . U. 13th st
D M64S I
107 8. ttth St., rooms, 18; 2703 Davenpirt
st, rooms, email Darn u; Hi 4 is. tatn
St., I rooms, 115. Others. Rlngwait
faro.. Barker block. D M647
-ROOM modern house, 2716 Chicago st. In
quire ta N. 87th at. D-M670 29X
NEW a-room house, all modem, ready Octo
ber L Inquire at the bouse, 1'2 N. 33d st.
D M600 'x
FOR RENT Fl'HNISUKD ROOMS.
AETNA HOUSE, Kuropeeu, DtU A oir.
FOR RET-K( RMKHF.Il ROOM".
NICELY ftiTirhert room. Inquire Ornab.
(team laundry, 1750 Leavenworth. 'Phone
O. M. E hauls trunk. Telephone (11.
DEWET European hotel, 13th and Farnnrn
ROYAL, HOTEL., European, 16th A Chssago.
NICELY furnished room a, 1909 Capitol Ave.
!,AR"t' !,niT. AIHY I'OOMS.
$12.81 and up per month.
Tor nrd up s. dsy.
AT THE DELLONE,
Mth St. nnd Capitol Ave.
Steam heated elf-trio righted private and
general baths all conveniences l.rst-ciasa
" Fat whore you pleas'.
ROOM AT THE DELONE.
E 2'.3 30x
Nice rooms, day, week or mo. I"i5 Howard.
J-i MUD UCU8X
FRONT ROOM, modern.
24iR Dodge St.
K MOri 30x
NICE, modern, newly furnished, well
heated. TJil Leavenworth. Ji M'iJS
FRONT ROOM, first fl ior, and othar de-
slrablo furnished, steam heitert rooms.
1215 Farnam at. K Mfi'-l I8x
F1RN18HED room, 29 N.
2ith st.: hot
K M6I3 lx
NICELY furnished modern room; neai
cars; private family, 'nu Jackson.
E MX37 2-x
HH5IS1IEU noUMS A.D BOAIIU.
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney; rooms and board,
alio meal tit nets. v Ma t6
A LUNDBERG, 115 8. 17ih.
FOU RENT STORES AXU OFFICES.
FOR RENT, building suitable lor whole
sale pui poses at ia t at nam, i-ixy,), lour
stories and llrst-class cemented basement,
eievator, lire and burglar pi oof vault, of
fice counter and llxtures. For price and
particulars inquire C. C. Rosewaier, sec
retary the Leu liullding Co., room lot), Bee
building. I MM
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by ihe Heo at vlti t ariium St. It nas
four stories and a basement, which was
formerly used as Tiro Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at omce of C C. Hone
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
THE spacious store room on Farnam street
in tnt iic-o buiiuihg, lorraeriy occupied Dy
MacCnrthy Tailoring Co.. to lease on rea
sonable terms. Rent Includes Janitor serv
ice, electric light and heut. Inquire R. C.
Peters A Co., ground floor Bee building.
DESK room. 414 Bee building.
THE t-STORY AND BRICK BASEMENT
PRICK BUILDING, NO. 1315 HOWARD
W. H. THOMAS.
First Natl Bank Bldg.
WANTED, canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment with assured good In
come. Agents in the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily $00 to 3100 per month. Ad
dress Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha. J 213
WANTED TO RENT.
PARLOR floor or nix or aeven-room house,
modern except furnace. Address O 42,
Bee K-M 300
WANTED To rent, 12-room modern bouse,
west part city. Address P 13, Bee.
OR 4 unfurnished rooms, with heat, on or
near Farnam street Address, p 27, Bee.
WANTED To rent,, a modern, furnished
nouse, cioae in, lor i auuita. Address Al
58, Bee. K MS39 ix
WANTED TO BUY.
DON'T give your furniture and carpets
away. J. ievine pays the Highest casn
price. 3t)6 North loth st. N M281 OclS
WANT gentle pony from October to May;
will buy or take care or mm; state age,
height and terms. Address O 68. Bee.
N Mi 2ix
FOR SALE FLHNITLRE.
FULL line of bard coal stoves now on sale.
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge St.
Furniture, consisting of parlor, dining,
bedroom; leather library furniture, leather
couch, easy chairs, mahogany and rook
wood library and parlor tables, odd
chairs, rockers, davenport, mahogany
bookcase, writing desk, mantle mirrors,
clocks, pictures. Imported brlc-a-brac, oil
paintings, rugs, lace curtains, brass beds,
oak and mahogany dressers, chiffoniers:
also fine uprlKht piano. Those goods
mimt oe seen io oe appreciated, ben sep'
arately; call at 138 N. Xith avenue.
O M759 03x
FOR SALE Cheap, fine oak bedroom suit
chlfionler, bookcase, chairs, Brussells ru?,
etc. The Barnard, flat 5, cor. Park and
Leavenworth. O M8S2 30
FOB SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
TIRES set while you wait: first-class re-
11. Frost, i4tn and Leaven-
MONROE sells pleasure vehicles at 811 N.
letn ot. p 5i
GOOD MILK WAGON, coal wagon and
buKSJf at a big bargain. A. W. Johnson,
with jonn Deere I'low to. p JSI3 O-x
FOR SALE, finest team of Shetland ponies
in the city, wim elegant two-seated trap,
harness, etc. 2215 Farnam st.
MY ROCKAWAY for sale cheap- can be
seen at coiuns siaoie. Aaareus r Dee.
P M779 Oct3x
FOR SALE MISCELLAXEOIS.
FOR BALE, Southwick hay press and
power, cheap. A. H. Read, Council Bluffs,
1. W M 816
FOR SALE, secondhand locomobile. In
first-class sharie at one-half pile. Call
or address, 16J1 Farnam St. Q 216
IRON and wire fences, tree guards, trellises.
western Alienor rence o., tfJb N. 17lh Hi.
CATAIXJOUE cut drug prices free. Sher
man A McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
FOR RENT 2564 Harney at., desirable
modern house of I rooms In first-class re
pair, 135. Garvin Bros., 1604 Farnam at.
NEW and 2dhand typewriters. Ills farnam.
SECONDHAND billiard and pool tables:
bllllutd tables repaired; a large stock of
cheap bar ti tures. cigar counters, etc.
The Brunswick-Balke Coilender Co., 47-1
S. 10th St Q M225 14
FOR 8ALE Several scholarships In a flrst
claaa standard school In Otiiaoa, compris
ing complete course In business, niioru
hand and typewriting. Inquire at Ree
office. Q aj8
TELEPHONIC POLES: long fir timber;
chicken Unco; oak piling. t)l DouU.
FOR SALE Empty Ink Barrels Apply
Wm. Neckel, press rooui. Live office.
ICE for aale in carloid bt.
Lincoln Ice Co., Lincoln, Neb.
INDIAN goodi and relics. Vdi Farn.in.
tDHAND safe cheap. Deright, 1118 Fhrnnm.
FOR SALE A iihw MiO-ampere. dut.le-pol
switch; n r btn usd. Aj.;,lv to or
address "Superintendent Bee V:' Idi ig,
umana. vj Jrtiki
FOR SALE Crane hydraulic elevator; caa
be used "luier pasenger or freight: com
plete. Iron yuldo o t. case and wire n
Uwsuie. J. L. li nudum A botu. i-M
WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE THE MONEY
THAN SOME OF YOUR UNUSED HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
A WANT AD IN THE BEE WILL SELL ANY OLD THING.
FOR rSALE-MISCiai AEOH,
GENTLEMAN Interfsted In education will
furnlfh five worthy young people with
scholarships In a leading business college
in Omaha, with payment of small amount
down, balance when position Is secured;
references required. Address P 81. care
Bee. Q MS4 i5x
FOR RALE Coal buHness. Capital requ'red,
t2.0utr.00. J a. Bee., Ktai
WANTED The agency of old line fire In
surance company. (Jrassmeycr A 8mith,
Real Estate Brokers, Kearney, Nebraska.
R 637 1
MME. LUCRETIA, medium. 17 Califor
nia 3 -M 880 Uhx
MRS. CARRIE SMITH, SOVEREIGN
LADY yL'EEN of clairvoyants; every
thing told. past, presint and future. Sat
isfaction or no pay. M7 N. 18th. S 2j4
GYLMER, rALMIST -Removed to 715 N.
Sliil. Taki No. 16. h St. car. get off at &ld
and Cuming, walk lVs blocks aouth.
ELECTRICAL THE ATM EXT.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2a floor, r. 1
1 1 07
VIAVI a wholesome nerve and tissue food
and home treatment for Ulsordvrs ot
women. Free bookieu Viavl Co., 34S Ben
MAGNETIC PILE K1LLE11.
At druggists, l.
PRIVATE home during confinement;
babies adopted. Tnu tiood SumurLun
Sanitarium. 728 1ft Ave., Council Rlufts,
SURG EON -CHIROPODIST, 513 Bee Bld g.
I U 14j7
DU. ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity. K. 1 and
lGuo Fat nam SU
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; best medical care and nursing.
Mrs. U Flcher. 1601 Vinton. Uel. "..
WE RENT sewing machines at 7io per
week, 2 per month; we repair and sell
parts for every machine manufactured;
Secondhand machines. $5 to $10; second
hand machines from U to $10. Neb. t ycia
Co., 15lh and Harney. i U Mlb-
PRIVATE Sanitarium for Indies before and
during confinement. Lr. and Mrs. Gerlacn.
3026 California st. Te.ms reasonable.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all dlseasea
and Irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. lull
Dodge St., Arlington block, Omaha
B. SHONFELD. the antiquarian (etdah
llehea 1878). removed to S22 N. . Life bldg.
U Mola Ol
PRIVATE hospital during ,con,!ln.omt.:
babies adopted. Mrs. Gardels, 2231 Lake.
BOSTON Umbrella Mfg.. 60S B. 16. Tel. 1617.
Umbrellas Parasols re-covereu. .'-i'7"i-or
made. U M863
ANT disease cured by medicine bought of
me. Prof, jonnson, xovn
$2 TUNING, piano or organ repairing. Per-
field Piano co.. i oo mm. UK5 K6x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED City loana and warrants. W.
Farnam tsmnn at -., "w2
it-arm and city loans; low rates.' W. H.
FTbVmas?FI?stfNat'l Bank Bldg. .. TO-Jg
PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 637 N. Y. Life,
WANTED Real estate loans and warrants.
R. C. Petera at jo.. "' "
FIVE PERCENT loan. Garvin Bros.. 1604
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1520 Douglas,
4 TO 5 P. C. money. Bemia, Paxton blocka
MONET to loan for building purposes. W,
H. Thomas. First Natl Ban.
t iiiVR ri.noo I want to loan: Interest pay
able every three months; the security
must be the nest. Aaaress r m. p,
VV MX. 'It AX
HONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONJ1Y LOANED ON
FURNITURE. PIANOS, LIVE STOCK.
Low rates and easy terms.
Try us If you want to save money,
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
633 Paxton Block.
lot ii ana t irnam mi
To salaried employes and wage earners.
Get our syulem of loans that gets you out
of debt. Any lady or gentleman, ma
chinist, engineer, etc., having reliable
employment can get- Just on his note;
Monthly. Monthly. Weekly.
1100 Return to us... 16.66 or 113.33 or 16.63
160 Return to us... 13.33 or 665 pr i.ii
I 25 Return to us... 6 bJ or 8.33 or 1.66
1 15 Return to ui ... 4.00 or t.uO or 1.00
Easiest terms, lowest rates, confidential.
No Inquiries. Quick service. Courteous
THE STAR LOAN CO.. 644 PAXTON BLK.
NOT IN THE TRUST.
Loaned to salaried employes holding per
manent, position 011 uidii nuio,
without MOKTUAUE. ENDORSER or SE
CURITY of any kind, without EMPLOY
V. also loan money on Furniture, Pianos.
etc., without removal or goous. iou nave
use of both money and goods.
It Costs You Nothing
To call and be convinced that our rates are
the cheapest In umana.
v want your business and believe an In
vestlgation ot our methods win get it-
even if at piesent you are aeaimg else
where. KIND. COURTEOUS) TREAT
MENT to all. Our olilcea are the best
equipped to handle your business with
privacy of any In the city. Come In and
see us, whether you borrow or not.
Reliable Credit Co.
Rooms 3ui-3utr Paxton Blk. Rooms 30r-308.
LARGE8T BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team-
stais, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 utllco in prin
cipal cities. T01114411. 440 Board of Trade
bldg. . X 273
MONEY loaned on plain note to aalaried
people; business comiueuiiui; lowest rates.
614 Paxton bloc.
A. Hutton Co.
Pet exjUii. our methods.
We toau un .urniture, pianos, warehouse
reoe-vu. eui or 11 ou iiave a pcroiuuuut
uo:uuii e ctn make you a
without ecuru, except your own agree
ir.eal to repay. Our aervice is u.uick and
c jinuit ntini at'd we always try 10 please.
All that we ask Is that you gie ua a uali
bewre you borrow elsewhere.
iM AHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO, ,
j;9 Board cf Trade Bldg.- Tel. 22fe.
tttlabl.blied lsS-. '8j( S. li.lh ot.
CHATTEL, saiary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., sac to D. Ci'ceu, R. 8, Barker hk.
MONEY lnnned on plann. f '.irnltnre. Jew
elry, horses, cows, elc. C. F. Reed, 319 8. 13.
Ill SINLSS t I1AKCICS.
FOR SALE, good grocery and butcher's f
tures, Including Ice box. Inquire 27tU Far
na m. V M
FOR SALE, furniture and four to year
lease, Ho. el Charters. Alliance, Neb. The
Charters is a forty HO) room brick hotel,
citv water and electric lights, la In jobd
repair and wM! lurnislreo. Owners want
to get out of the hoiel business. For fur
ther Information addrcsa Hotel Charters,
Alliance. Neb. Y 79
FOR SALE An old established liquor busi
ness (barrel house); good trade, old loca
tion. Owner has olher Interests. Address
P 28, Bee. Y-M8.1 OM
FOR SALE-RIncksmlth shop, 5 miles west
of 4Sth st., on Dodge sL road. Apply J. A.
McArdle, lieu mailing room. Y MS19 LDx
FOR SALE Merchants Hotel at Fnirbury,
Neb. One of the best pa lng hotels In the
state. Address, P 21, Bee.
WHEN you want to buy. soli or exchange
nnv property or business quick, see J. H.
.lohnson. P13 N Y. Life. Y 27i
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
6-ROOM MODKHN COTTAGE, COR
NtK LOT, 70x112, 3715 LbAVLN
WOHTH. INQUlKh ON PKEMIbbS.
RANCH and farmn iands for sala by tba
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
JlcAliester, li;nii coinnii-'su ner, Union
Paclric lleadquurtcrs, Oniiha, Neb.
HOt'SES nnd lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and farm binds. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 6Ci, Bee bldg. RE 278
SIX-ROOM modern cottage, corner lot
70x112, 3715 Leavenworth St, Inquire ut
premises. RE M.-&9
WII I IAMSON CHARLES E., U. S.
VVILLlrtlilOUH National Bank Bldg.
ELEGANT home and farm of 23 acres
Joining Rennet, Neb. Address Rox 13",
Bennet, Neb. RE MSJ6 On
FOR SALE, several nice forms cheap. Will
iraoo pari tor general .nerchandise or
hardware. Write owner. G. A. Ostlind,
Astoria, 8. D. RE 610 28x
FOR SALE 240-acre farm In Greeley Co.,
gooa improvements, wm.W per acre. Call
or write to B. N., box 35, Bravton. Neb.
BARGAIN IN RESIDENT!? 1.0TS
In Manioom P. nee, at the S. W. corner of
is.n and pacino sts., three east front lots,
asphalt paved street, stone fide walk,
beautiful row of maple trees in front:
good modern homes all around. If sold
before Uctober 1 we can ofTer the two !n
Fide lots. ZiixllS ft., at 8SM each; corner
lot, 4GXU3 it., lw.
Paving taxes paid to date. If you want a
bargain in choice location see these at
HARRISON & MORTON,
912-13 N. Y. Life. Tel. 314.
FOR BALE 6-room cottage, full lot, barn,
2616 Corby, $1,200 LtfO cash, balance
monthly jrayments; other good invest
ments. W. N. Nason, 446 Bee building.
RE M 703
J. M. MACFARLAND, N. Y. L. Bldg.
.... ... -
GOLDMAN. 200 Douglas block.'
BARGAINS In bicycles; second-hand
wheels 13 and up; see Fleacher, 1622 Capi
tol ave, M28 OS
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie CoM 811 North 1th.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree, Suth
ana uut streets.
AN evening course In general and qualita
tive chemistry will be given, beginning
October 12.. inquire room 12, Arlington
block. . M 768 03x
CHAMBERS' adult beginners now forming
Tuesdays ana uaturuays, a p. in., com
mencing October 22. Private lessons any
time. 17th and Douglas. Office 'phone,
1871. Residence, A1745.
After October 15, 2424 Farnam st.
Chambers' -children's classes Wednesdays,
4 p. m., Saturdays, I p. in., commencing
October 3. 640
MR. AsND MRS. MO RAND' 8 dancing and
physical culture, 15th and Harney, re
opens for children Saturday, October 3;
beginners. 10 a. m.: advance. 3 p. m.
Terms reasonable; a liberal reduction to
former patrons and to families who send
more than one pupil at the same time,
private classes organised; private lessons
any time. Lessons for adults now Tues
day and Friday, 8 p. m. ; assemblies every
Wednesduv. School teachers' tickets at
half regular rates. For further particu
lars write or telephone 1041. MS70 Oct4
DOUGLAS COUNTY FAIR.
Fair will be held with Ak-Sar-Ben carnival,
Oct. 1 to 10. Exhibits in live stock, poul-
; try farm produce, green fruit, preserved
fruits textiles, ceramics, fine arts, me
chanical art, etc., are solicited. Call at
Secretary's office, li.th and Howard streets
and get entry blanks, premium lists and
such mrormation as aesirca. v. w,
Hervey, Secreutry. M C29 28
O. R. RATHBUN, room 15, Com"! Nat Bank
Private lessona In bookkeeping, etc. 752
HESS A SWOBODA, 1415 Farnam. 2S6
D." HENDERSON, florist. 1419 Farnam St
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO.. Bee bldg. Tel. 2535.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaultb, removes garbage
and dead uuimnls at reduced prices. 6-1
N. 16lh. Tel. 177X 289
OLD hats made new. Ramser A Kerr,
practical hatters, J)i N. 17th St.
MS 14 Ol
SHARPENED. P. Mcltliolr. 13th A Howard.
CAPT. T CORMACK, 617 Karbacb block.
Tel. A-2CS. - 2M
KE1STER'8 Ladles' Tailoring College. 17'Jo
Cuming St. Write for booklet. 241
LADIES' learn to rut your own garments
by taking a course at Standard Garment
Culling College, Hil Paxloa block, Omsha.
10KV TO I.OASt HATTE1,.
DHKSS C lTTUtt CIIOOLS.
THE Dress Cutting Co!lga Is to young
ladies what the business college is to
young men. GJ7 Paxton Blk., Omaha.
LOST, pearl sunburst, with diamond cen
ter. Liberal reward If returned to S.0
Farnam. Loat 607 28
LOST Ladles" gold watch marked with
monogram M. R. M. on one side aitd
1SW on other side; blacK guarn wiui goia
nenl attached, monoaram on
monogram on seal M. It. M.
l'lense return to mayor's office city hall,
and receive $100 reward. Lost M 799
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
STILLMAN A PRICE, 410 1st Nat Bk.bldg
NEW SNOW CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. Y.
Lire Bldg., attorneys ana coueotors every
J. M. MACFARLAND. 819 N. Y. L. Bldg.
LIQUOR HABIT cured In three days. Pay
when cured. o nypoaermics. write ior
circulars. Gatlln Institute, 2-2 8. 14th.
TII03. J. KELLY, voice. Davldge Block.
E. D. KECK, voice culture and the art ol
singing. Studio, 1803 Farnam St.
. -M516 Ol
LETOVSKY S ORCHESTRA.
Johnson Institute, 615 N. Y. Life Bldg. T. 1664
The Hunt Infirmary, McCague Bldg. T. 2832.
Atsen A Farwell. Paxton Blk., 604-7. T. 1? -5.
DRS. FINCH A MILLER, 124 8. JSth St
DR. GRACE DEEGAN, 832 N. T. Life. Tel.
H. 3. COWQILL No fee unless successful.
318 S. lDth St.. Omaha, Tel. 1798. -800
PATENTS Sues A Co., Omaha, Neb. It
lustrated patent book free. Tel. 1628.
EAGLE Loan Office. Reliable, accommodat
ing; ail busineaa confidential, uui Uougias.
OMAHA Florence Sanitorlum. 'Phone Red
2824; 1 blk. w. of car line. City 'phone, 1191
M 820 026
OM. Van Stor Co., 1S11V4 Farn. Tela. 1559-862.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN SANTS school. T17 N. T. Life.
NEB. Business A Shorthand College. Boyd's
j neater. 303
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING,
CURED, Julia Vaughn, 430 Rumge Bldg,
CUT RATE railroad tickets evervhodv
c. ti. rniioin, iMt f arnam. .-'none 784.
... - 804
Q. E. KOCH, 4lh and Maple. Tel. L-1949.
GATE CITY Upholstering Co., woven wire
springs tigntenea. 'lei. a-an. St
Mary s Ave. 301
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
MASTER, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas,
August 31, 1903. Sealed proposals, In tripli
cate, will be received here until 11 a. in.,
central time, September 29, 19o3, end then
opened, for constructing the following
building!. Including plumbing, heating,
electric, wiring, and for metal lockers and
traveling ladders for quartermasters' store
house: One bachelor officers' mess building,
one quartermasters' clothing storehouse,
one subsistence storehouse, two double sets
captains' quarters, five double sets lieuten
ants' quarters, five stable guard and shop
buildings, and remodeling one arrack
building at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Full information and blank forms of pro
posal furnished on application here. United
States reserves the right to accept or reject
sny or all proposals or any part thereof.
Envelopes should be endorsed "Proposals
for Public Buildings," and addressed to
Major D. E. McCarthy, Quartermaster.
tAILWAY TIME CARD,
UNION STATION 10TII AND MARC V,
Chicago A Northwestern.
"The Northwestern Line." '
Local Sioux City
Daylight St. Paul..,
Local Cedar Ruplds.
...a 1:40 am a 7:00 am
...a 6:00 pm a 8:30 am
...a 6:10 am a 8:3u pm
...a 7:50 am a 9:55 pm
...a 8:00 am ail:lo pm
... 6:1' Dm
,.a 1.15 pm a 9:15 em
,.a 4:uo pm a t.w am
Local Can oil...
Fast Chicago a 6:50 um a !:4S nm
nasi bu raui .... s.iu pm a :ia am
Fast Mail a 8:40 pm
Local Sioux City b 4:00 cm b 9:50 am
f Norfolk A Bonesteel...a 7:2-5 am alO:35 am
lancoin or i-Aing ii.c....v i.-a am uiv.aa am
Chicago, Hock maaa a. fnclnc.
Chicago Daylight L't'd.a 3:55 am a 3:50 am
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:io am a 9:35 pm
Chicuyo Expr -as bll:15 um a 6:3.5 pm
Dea Moines Express a 4:30 prn till:0O um
Chicago Fust fcxprem..a 5:3i pm a 1U6 vra
Rocky Mountain L't'u..a 7:30 am a 7:25 am
Lincoln, Colo, rsprings.
Donver. Pueblo anu
West a 1:30 pm a 6:00 pm
Colo., Texas, -ai. anu
Oklahoma Flyer a 6:40 pm al2:40 pm
Chicago Express a 7:35 am a 5.10 pm
Chicago. Minneanolis A
St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm a 1:06 am
Minneapolis & St Paul
Express b 7:35 am bl0:3C pm
Chicago I-ocal 10:35 am
Chicago Express , a!0:35 am
Chicago Great Western Hy. Co.
104 Ft. Dodge Express.. .b 1:20 am
102 Ft. Dodge Express. ..a 2:46 pm
T Ft. Dode Kxp-ens... all :25 am
103 Ft. Dodge Express... b 9. 10 pm
'i lia Fast Mail
,.a 9:40 am a 9:50 pm
a 4 . pm
a 6:30 pm
1 he Atlantic Express.
The Colorado Special.. ..a 7:10 am a :i.4u am
Chicago Special a 1.40 am
Lincoln. Beatrice and
Stroiusburg Expresa...b 4 00 pm bl2:'0 pm
North Platte Ical a 8 Cm am a 6:15 pm
Grand Island Local b 6:30 pm b 9:35 am
thleago, Mlltvaakee 4i St. raui.
Chicago Daylight a 7:45 am ull:15 pm
Chicago r ust i-.xpiess. .a o:v pm 1 i t) pm
Chlcatro Uirrlted a 8:05 pm a 7:50 um
Dea Moines Express a 7:45 am a I.4J pm
St. Louis "Cannon Ball"
Express a 1:65 pm a 1:30 am
St. Louis Local, Coun
cil Bluffs a 9:15 am alO 30 pm
AII.MOAD TIME CARD.
Rt. Louis Express slO OO nm a 1:25 pm
K. C. & St. L. Ex a!0... pm a 1:15 am
ninLixuTox sttion-ioth a mason
Darltngion Mlasonrl River.
. Leave. Arrive.
Wmore. Beatrice and
Lincoln a 5: CO am M2:0.i pm
Nebraska Express a 8.W am a 7:4" pm
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm a 6:4j nm
Black Hills and Puget
sound Express aii:io pm a S:10 pm
o I o r a d o Vestlbtiled
Flyer ' a t:l pm
Inooln Fast Mail b 2:12 nm a 1:08 am
Fort ( rooK end I'latts-
motith n S is nm bin 35 nm
Pellevuo A Pnelrlc .Ict..t 7:TiO nm n 8:27 am
Bellevue 4lr I'nclfic Jet. .a 3:50 am
( hlraan, Iturllnaton A Qnlnrr.
Chicago Special a 7 00 am a l:SS pm
rhlcago Vestllmled ex.. a 4t'0 pm a 7: am
Chicago l ocal a 91S nm all:on pm
Chicago Limited. ....... .a 8:06 pm a 7:45 am
Fast Mall a 2:40 pm
Kansae City, St. Joseph A Conacll
Kansas City Day Ex. ..a 9:11 am a StO.", pm
St. Louis Flyer a 6:2." pm all:05 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:45 pin a 1:05 pm
a Tlnflv h rnllv evcent Runitav A Fin II v
except Saturday, e Daily except Monday.
WEBSTER DEPOT 1BTII A WEBSTER
Chicago, St. Paal, Mlnneapolla A
Twin City Passenger.., .a 6:30 am a 1:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger. .a 2:00 pm all: 20 am
Oakland Local b 6:46 pm b 8:4i em
Chicago A Northwestern, Nebraska
nil Wyoming Division.
Black Hills. Dead wood.
Iad, Hot Springs. ...a 1:00 pm a 5:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
uougias a i:w pm :oo pro.
Hastings, York, David
City, Superior, Geneva,
Exeter and leeward. ...b 1:00 pro b 5:00 pm
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm a!0:3S am
SUPREME COURT SYLLABI
The following opinions will be officially
9994. Ulrlch against McConauuhey. Error
from Hamilton. Former judgment vacated;
judgment of the district court affirmed.
Klikpalrick, C. Division No. 1.
1. where one partner of a firm conveys
or assigns partnership property, and such
assignment is concurred 111 by the other
member of tl.o firm, the asslgnao will have
a right to the property ussigued superior
to one whose claim is based upon a sub
sequent asuiKiiincnt from one member of
2. Instructions examined, and held not
3. Former onlnlon. Ulrlch 6 trains t Me-
Conaughey, 88 N. W., Rep., 150, Neb., modl-
12269. Taylor against Weckerly. Error
from DoiiKlaa. AfUrmetL Albert C Di
vision No. 8.
1. While section 33, chapter 8, Compiled
Statutes, provides for the delivery of the
assets 01 an insolvent bang to the Officers,
stockholders or owners furnishing such
bond, a delivery thereof to one of several
parties entitled thereto by virtue of the
statute, does not relieve the sureties on
such bond from liability thereon, where.
by her acta they assent to such delivery
and ratify It
2. The Question of a defect of oartlea.
and, of the legal capacity of the plaintiff
to maintain an action, cannot bo success
fully urged for the first time in this court.
i. Evidence examined and held sufficient
to sustain the finding of the trial court.
12464. Crancer A Curtice Company against
McKinlery Music Company. Error from
Lancaster, Affirmed. Sedgwick, J.
1. Upon petition in error to this court,
the proceedings of the district court can be
shown only by a transcript of the records
or that court duly car tinea. Ainctavlts
cannot be used to supply omissions In
12604. Mitchell against Clay County. Er
ror frosn Clay. Reversed. Pound, C, Di
vision No. 2.
L Prior decisions as to the powers of
county commissioners in passing upon
claims against the county and in making
settlements with county officers examined
and discussed. .,
2. When the law commits to any officer
the duty of looking into facts :nd acting
upon them, not in a way which lt speclllo
ally directs, but after a discretion In Its
nature judicial, the function is quasi-judicial.
8. County commissioners act quasl-iudlcl-
ally in passing upon claims against the
county whenever their action is not merely
a formal prerequisite to the Issuance of a
warrant, ,but involves the determination of
questions of fact, upon evidence or the ex
ercise of discretion in ascertaining or fixing
the amount to be allowed. .
4. But they have no Judicial power or dis
cretion aa to InterDretatlon of the law.
Whenever the course to be pursued or the
amount to be allowed Is fixed by law. they
must follow the law, and their acta in so
doing or endeavoring so to do are minister
5. The action of county commissioners
adHistlng the accounts of county officers
under sections 43 and 44, article 1, chapter
18. Compiled Statutes, is ministerial only,
6. A- settlement with a county officer,
which in substance, is an adjustment of his
accounts does not become auasl-Judlclal, so
as not to he reviewable otherwise than n:
RDDeal. merely because the claims were file.
for sums claimed to be due sucn omr-e.r and
allowed for the purpose of enabling war
rants to be drawn therefor.
7. If, In such case, the compensation to be
allowed the omcer is nxea Dy law me ai
lowsnce of the claim is formal only.
8. On tho other hand. If the amount to be
allowed Is In the discretion of the commis
sioners, or If. In fixing such amount, th
law requires them to decide questions of
fact, their action ' quasi-juoiciat
12927. Hyatt against Anderson. Error,
Holt. Affirmed. Ames C. Division No. 1.
1. It is not conduct contrary to publl
policy or fraudulent for a guardian, before
applying for a license to sell real estate be
longing to his ward, to procure the obliga
tion of an intending purchaser to bid an
adequate price at the aale or, after the con-
nrmation, to aavance anu account, tor me
amount of the bid, at the Instance and on
the behalf of the purchaser.
13089. Boggs against McEwen. Appeal
from Dixon county. Reversed Inst Ames,
C. Division No. 1.
1. One acting In good faith and without
neailgence and for a valuable consideration
may safely deal with an apparently and
actually unencumbered title, trie subject ol
which la not in adverse possession.
13091. Kreader against Fremont. Error
from Dodge county. Affirmed. Glanvllle.
C, Division No. 2.
1. Fees of officers ana witnesses for serv
ices rendered in a prosecution for the vio
lation of un ordinance of a city, either In
police court or In district court upon ap
peal, can not oe collected rrom sucn city
unless their payment by tne city is required
by statute, or by ordinance authorized by
13080. Green : against Doerwald. Appeal
from Douglas county. Affirmed by liol-
1. An appraisement of real estate for the
purposes of Judicial sale can not be suc
cessfully assailed on the ground that the
appraisers were misiaaen in their valua
tion of the property. Nelson against Ai
ling. ts reD.. wi.
z. vv hereon an appeal rrom an order or
confirmation of aale of real estate made In
pursuance to a decree in foreclosure pro
ceedings, certain sectiona of the Code of
Civil Procedure providing for the appraisal
of real property sold under judicial pro
ceedings are challenged as unconstitutional
and It appears that the determination of
the Question ran avail the appellants noth
ing, (he validity or the sections thus chal
lenged will neither be investigated iior de
13117. O'Brien agnlnst State. Error from
Sarpy county. Affirmed. Sullivan. C. J
1. A conspiracy, like any olher fact which
Is the subject of Judicial Investigation, may
be proved Inferentlully, or by circumstantial
v '1-r.A antm anrl rlacla ra T lona r.r m
spirntor, during the pendency of the con-
splracy, and In furtherance or the common
purpoae, are admissible in evidence against
3. A conspiracy to ateal and sell hogs for
the benefit of all engaged In the Illegal en
terprise Is pending until the sale has been
made and J"oceeds divided.
4. Before the nets and declarations of a
conspirator are entitled to be considered ns
evidence against his associates the conspir
acy Itself rryist be established, but the
order of proof is a matter within the dis
cretion of the trial court.
5. The word "evidence" In its technical
meaning and common acceptation Includes
uli the means by which any fuct In dis
pute at a, Judicial trial is established or
6. When the trial court gives an accurate,
pertinent and Intelligible Instruction cov
ering a particular point It Is not bound, at
counsel s request, to give another instruc
tion expressing the same idea in more per
7. Evidence examined and found sufficient
to S'istali tho verdict.
13)5M. Tlernan uu-alnst Miller A Leith.
Appeal from Box Butte. Affirmed. Dufiiei
f 1 'i vision ro. i.
1. The courts of this stale hay no luru)
diction to try and determine the vu'idity of
Homestead entries duly allowed by the
officers of the land department of the gen
eral government. ,
2. A party entering public lands as a
homestead Is entitled to the possession
thereof and cannot be enjoined from ex
ercising his right of possession by one who
without right held a prior possession. A
leare of the land by the homesteader gives
tin lessee a like rieht pf j-ossrsslon.
1.1137. Wanecek nValnst Kratkv. Error
from Douglas. Affirmed. Duffle, C. li
vlsion No. $.
1. When upon an agreement of marrlsgs
the parties expressly ngrse that the cere
mony shall be celebrated In accordance
with the rules nnd customs of a par.lculnr
religion and church, such rubs and cus
toms become a part of the contract and
blmll'ig upon the p.trtles.
2. Where one of the parties to a mar
riage contract falls to perform his ssroe
metit nt the time fixed for the ceremony,
no reasonable excuse existing for such
allure, the other party may rescind the
contract and maintain an action for dam-
l.TXiH. State ex rel Alnsworth Precinct.
Brown county, against Weston. Original
writ denied. Sullivan. C J.
1. Section 14, chapter Ixv, Compiled Stat
utes, authorizes nnv precinct, township.
city of the second class or village "to Issue
bonds in aid of works of internal improve
ment. Improving streets In cities of the
second class and vil!ii!i". highways, etc."
Held, that the phrase bcttlnnlng with the
word Improving is 11 llinltntlon of the pre
ceding language, nnd I' fills the authority
to issue bonds to sucn ns are isstiea in aa
of the works specifically enumerated ..In
1S4. Newbro against Undeland. Appeal
from Douglas. Affirmed. Pound, C. Dlvl-
ion No. X. . .
1. If the manufacturer of a compound
or preparation according to a secret for
mula Is himself guilty of false or mislead
ing representations In any material respect.
In connection therewith, or If his trade
mark, label or advertisements contain dis
tinct false assertions wMch operate to ne-
ceive the public as to Its nature, composi
tion or origin, he has no standing in a
court of equity, and a suit to enjoin mis
use of his trade-mar, traue name or rnwr
la not maintainable. ... I"
2. But mere statements or opinion as to
Its curative properties or as th the cause
of a disease concerning which there ta
conflict of expert opinion, are not false ,
representations within the meaning of the
rule, even though somewhat sweeping or
evtn extravagant v -
There was also men a oissenung nijmiHi,
hv Holeomb. J., In Sporer against MoDer
mott. No. 12203. w
The loiiowing opiniovs win o
flclally reported: .
12107. Hlliers against leiser. Apponi,
Webster. Former Judgment vuesten.
Judgment of tho district court -reverse!.
Oldham, O. Division No. 1. . ;
1. Evidence examined ana neia lnsni
flciont to sustain the Judgment of the dis
trict court ' . ; '
12958. Merrill against Van Camp. Ap
peal from Douglas county. Affirmed. Ames
C. Division No. L . .... .
1. This case having been neciaen uron
fnrm,r anneal 1MMH1 substantially tV.S
same record as that now before us, the
former derision Is adhered to.
12983. Bankers Building ana ixsn Associa
tion agnlnst Williams. Consolidated wltri
Bradford-Kinsler taimner company against
Page. Appeal from Douglas county, .ai- .
firmed. Barnes, C. Division No. 2.
1. AVhether a claim, on which a me
chanic's lien was based, was sold to an
other by the contractor prior to his rer
,aMin .iir.li lien: and whether the last
work on the building was done for the sols
purpose of extending tne time ior unng
a lien, or was performed in good fiiith
under the agreement for the erection -of
the atructuro and to complete the con-i
tract according to lia . terms, . are purely
questions of fact .'...;..'..'
2, Evidence examined and held, that it
la amply aufflclent to auataln the finding
and decree of the trial court on these
qn;nin re estate of Bennett, deceased
against Taylor. Error from Douglas county.
Judgment utimn, c division ixo. .
1. The admission In evidence of a book
showing an account between a decedent
and one who has filed a claim against his
estate. Is not prejudicial error where- all
the Items which the court allowed the
Jury to consider are charges made hy the
decedent agnlnst the claimant, even though
the foundation for the admission of such
book as a book or account nas not. weou
properly laid. , , . .
2. Declarations In his own favor made
by a decedent In his will are not Admls-V
slble in favor of his estate agalnat a party
filing a claim against tha estate. , .
8. A due Pill Draws irueresi 11 um inn vmj
of Its date In the absence of some pro
vision therein to the contrary.
4 Pleadings in the oounty and tustrlot
courts examined and held not to present
different issues. "
6 One who claims to be surprised by the
allegations made in an amended pleading
can not base error o the order allowing -the
amendment in the absence of a show
ing that he applied for and was denied A
continuance of the case, and tlm to meet
any new matter presented by uoamend-
m6RnThe Judgment of ti district -fourt,' en
tered on an appeal taken from thef country
court in the matter of a. claim filed against,
the estate of a decedent, should not award
the Issuance of an execution to satisfy the
Judgment. ' ' ' "
12064. Counsman vs. Modern Woodmea ef
America. Error from Douglas. .Reversed.
Hastings. C Division No. 1.
1 A change of beneficiaries made by a
member of a mutual benefit Insurance as
sociation, which does not reach the head
office until after the death of the member
and then is refused because not In accord
ance with the by-laws aa to a part of the
fund, has no effect ss to the part of the
fund in reference to which it is In proper
form, the association having a by-law
which declares the old certificate to be In
effect until the new one is dellvored.
The Peril rt Oar Time
Is lung disease. Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds cures
lung trouble or no pay. 60o, N. .00. Vox sale
by Kuhn A Co. ,
TABLE SALE Orchard A Wllhelm Car
pet Co. '
4832 ieaucy Blouse, 32 to 40 bust,
Woman's Fancy Blouse 4632 Fancy
blouses retain all their favor and will be
much worn during the coming season. This
one Includes the new cape effect, with the
fashionable shallow yoke and princess clos
ing, and Is suited both to the odd waist
and the gown. The original Is made of
mauve crepe de chine, trimmed with ecru
lace and bands of velvet in a darker shade,
but all the thinner material of the season
The waist is made with a fitted lining
i which close at the center front, on this
lining are arranged the yoke, which close
at the left shoulder seam, and the portion
of the waist proper. The back Is plain,
drawn down In gathers at the waist line,
but the fronts are laid In box plait at their
edge and both they and the sleeve are
tucked at their upper portions, the tuck
providing fullness below. The little caps,
or bertha, is circular and falls over th
arms-eye seams so giving '-he broad effect
Th quantity of material required for the
medium size is i yards 21 Inches wide, 4'
yard 27 Inches wide or 2' yards 44 Inch
wide, with yard of lace for yoke.
The pattern 4532 Is cut In sizes for a 32, 21,
90. 38 and 40-inch bust measure.
I-or the accommodation of The Bee
readers these pattern, which usually retail
at from 25 to 60 cent, will be furnished at
a nominal price, 10 cents, which cover all
expense. In order to get a pattern enclose
10 cents, give number and nam of pattern.
tEASGiUBLE FASK101S ,
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