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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1903)
TITE OMAHA DAILY liEE: FRIDAY. OCTOnER 10. 100.1.
will tafce-a til IB mm. f th
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to aad Saafar dltloa.
State. 1 1-2 a word Srst laaeriloa,
far les than ss for th Srst laser
8la. Thee ndverttaeaaoat mast
Advertiser, kr raatlaa; ' m -tered
cheek aaa bav aaawara
IrrHtl ta a letter la rar
at Tkt Ha, .aaawara aa addroeaod will
B deliver aa praaaaUUtes af
WANTED MA LK HELP.
DAT AND NIOHT.
UDENTS ADMITTED 'AT ANT TIME.
NEW YOKK L1KK MLull
BUSINESS, SHORTHAND, '1 PEWRIT-
- - Apply tor Catalogue.
0OOD messengers wanted; first-class pay.
A. D. T. Co., 212 B. Ulh. Ur-W
WANTED, flrst-claaa wood turner at once.
Good wages. Lincoln Bash, Door A MCg.
Co., Lincoln, Nab. B
WANTED, for U. 8. army, able-bodied, un
married men, between ages of 21 and ii,
cltlsens of United States, of good charac
ter and temuerate hablta, who can sneak.
read and write Enallsli. For information
apply to recruiting officer, 14th and Dodge
sis., uaiana, ana Beatrice, jseo.
WANTED Two agents at once: rood sal
ary; city work. C. . F. Adams -Co., 1618
Howard at. B MSWJ
100 FIR8T CLASS pick and shovel men to
work on sewers in Des Moines, la. Good
wages, E. L. Du Boia ft Co., Younger
man BlUg., Dea Moines, Iowa.
... , - b M41T18X
WANTED, a newspaper or magazine so
llcltor to work th city on a new prop
nsuion. cau at circulation uept. umani
tJe. : UMiai tt
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
practical training thai saves years of ap
prenticeship; few weeks completes; busy
season now; 4oola, diplomas and positlona
given when competent-; some wages from
start; special arrangement lor distant ap
plicants; Investigate. Moler Barber Col
lege, 1303 Dbugis at. B M044 16x
. f. . ,
GENERAL) agent who can and will secure
business in .ehrssk. Excellent Income.
write home ifflcfi, Bankers' Accident In
surance Com, iy, Des Moines, la.
OOKKEEPER wanted; one who has had
experience In a bank preferred. Must not
be over 24 years old. Address, stating age
ana experience, a zs, Bjtie. unn is
WH NEED COMPETENT MEN
to fill positions as Manager, Accountants,
Advertising Men, (talesmen and Book
keepers. Also Technical and Executive
Men, high grade exclusively. We have
omcea in twelve cities. Write for plan and
Suite 629, Monadnock Building. Chicago
WANTED. 5 men to black and set stoves
Milton Rogers Bona ft Co., 14th and Far
nam. , B 730
MEN wanted to handle lumber. Esst
Omaha Bog Factory B 736 18
WANTED At once. Job printer and all
around newspaper man; permanent posl-
tinn to rigni man. tr. ii. forter. hoi
drege. Neb. B M739 17x
TOUNO man to take course In Omaha Flor-
ence sanitarium. Address W. I,. Ross,
1171 T,nke st., Omnha. R M7SS 22x
if vauvu ...., . ii
only on behalf of the leading; firm in tha
business; also one for outside city; estab
lished trade; position permanent; state
experience. Address P. O. Box 868, Phil-
anwpnie. M744 itix
" - WANTED FEMALE HKLP3 "
100 Olrla. Call Canadian offlca, 15th ft Dodga.
- C tHH
WANTED Immediately, 50 sewing machln
operators In horse blanket department
of Bemla Omaha Bag Co. C M623 -
10UNQ girl to assist In housework; no
washing; two In family, ten Bristol Bt
' C M8SI1
WANTED, fint-clsaa ladleg taUor. Max
Morris, 1408 Farnam. C MsM
WANTED, girl for general houae work.
8 In family. Mra. Blmeral, 76 N. 28th ava,
WANTED, a good C00k
WANTED Young ladlea to learn hairdreas
Ing. manicuring or facial masaage; quick
and practical method; four weeks com-
S!tea; positions furnished, tools given,
Iploraaa granted; small wagea from
start. Call or wrlta Moler College, Mu8
Douglas at. C-Mi46 lx ,
WANTED, experienced girl for second
work In email family. 2037 Dodge st. -
... ' . CM727 17X.
WANTED, girt for general housework.
Apply before Saturday at 130 South 83d st.
. C 7J3 lkx
WANTED-Competent girl tor general
housework-, three In family; good wages
HT Apply m 8. th, avi , He fere ncea rar
quired. ' , ,- .. (J-734 lx
WANTED Middle aged woman to take
charge af boarding-house on ranch In
W heater county;- goad wages and every
f,h.ln 'urUia Apply to A. T. Land and
Uva Blouk pompany, Spalding, Neb.
v ' - C M740 22 '
FOR lOo. ladles' 11.50 kid gloves
nniiui cinnim a lamnv pspor, one
year: send slsa and role with fic for par-
. .. wis. i.,uuu ssr. to,, t. Joseph,
' ..tin jija
FOR RENT UOUaug.
HDI19F? In " Prta of tn Ry- R-
llUyaCD c. Patera ft Co.. Bee BldV.
Riawwalt, Barker Blk,
I o. F. Davia Co.. UM Bee Bldg.
, . p
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.. office UllM Farnam. or Tela. 1j6-j.
FOR RENT, ten-room houae, modern, and
barn. In West Farnam district. Win. K.
Poller. Reo.. No. vl Brown Blk. .
FOR RENT. 6-roora house, 25G8 Woolworth
Ave., 8 JO per mon trckjossesalon given Oc
tober 17 Apply toTVl Lhl, care Dally
News oflce. ; .; - , D M7 w
NICE e-roera modern. Tai tUL D 166
PATNK-BOoTWICK ft CO., choice houses.
ul-608 New York Lite Bldg. 'Phone 1016.
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van ft Stor
age Co.. TeL 14W. Offloe. 1711 Webster at.
FOR RENT, first floor and basement. In
quire 124 S. 25th at. D 446
8-ROOM cottage, BUMlern. 2506 Fiankliti ct
CI'RNldllEl) houae, eight rooms, modern.
hot water neat- 40th, ana Burt, 8&. In
quire room DO u. B. Dana.
FOR RENT, 4 -room coftsge, HA snd Cali
fornia sis., uz. Apply at but n. mil st
IF YOt' are tired paying rent and wnt a
noma or your own give me your aauraas.
C. K. Glover, first floor N. Y. Ufe. Hn ue
1M D-M74 18
IX) H RENT Again; 8 -room houae, city
water. 1 lots, fruit, barn, cneap at oih.c.
4M Urand ava. . D M74J lex
r-ROOM hoM. 4K CallfornU street : fur
M, ga. tath; near car; perfect repair.
'Phone Black 1171. Leavttt. D7SJ bx
ao8 HAH1LTON st, 4 rooma. Inside' closet.
- erl fLimacA. I r w r.1 t i - a niomA.
Var Haasoona bark, modern exceot fur-
Vee, 8JB. Ringwalt Brva. Barker bio. k.
- - - FRN T room house, near park.
FOB RET FlRJISHEn ROOM.
U.M. E. haula trunks. Telephone 111.
FOR light houaekeeplng. Ilia S.
L'EHTRABLE rooms, first-class location.
22;s4 Farnam. ' E M691 17x
DEWET European hotel, 13th and Parnnm.
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th ft Chicago
NICELY furnished rooms.
1M9 Capitol Ave.
KlCEI.T furnished rooms Inquire Omsha
Htfsm Laundrv, 1760 Leavenworth. 'Phone
A-1TU. E B13
LAKdK south alcove rooms,
E 65 18x
AETNA HOUSE, European, nth ft Dodge,
Nice rooms, day, week or mo.
E M3-U lx
NICELY furnished rooms, first class table
board, private family. N. L. corner 3d
and Burt. E 718 18
TWO furnished rooms;
steam heat. 306
Bo. 26th; tel. A1979.
PLEASANT south front room with private
family, for one or two gentlemen. Ad
dress 8 36. Bee. E M 741
KIRNISHEO ROOMS AND BOARD.
FRONT room with alcove; Hot water heat.
Cll H. Ltll t. K 4W
FOR HE.T-l.Kin18HEIJ ROOMS.
TWO or three beautiful modern rooms,
newly papered: very light housekeeping,
for parties without children; board If de
sired. 1426 N. 171 h. O M 315
Pterson ft Lundberg, 114 8. 17th. Tel. L-2&.
FOR RENT-STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT-Building suitable for whole
sale purpoaea at 91t Farnam, 22x90, tour
alorles and ttrse-class cemented basement,
elevator, tire 4.:id burglar proof vault, ot
llce counter and flxtuies. For price ind
particulars Inauira C. C. Roaewater. seo-
t etary the Bee Building Co., room 1U0, Be
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 1 Farnam st. It has
four stories and a busement, which was
formerly ued by The Bee Dress room.
'Inls will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at office of C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 1U0 Bee building.
1-STORY and basement, 22x100; lOot Farnam
su inquire i f irst. rat i Bang Bitg
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to solicit, subscriptions to THIS
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment with assured good la-
come. Agents in the country wltti horse
- and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
maks easily W to 8100 par month. Ad
dress Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha, ' J 218
AGENTS fo sell Peerless Clothesline: Tjat
ented lust May; send tl for sample line 100
feet long; reference, J. T. Cary, mayor of
city. ai. r. tsmiin, uenison, ja.
WANTED TO BCY.
Five, six and eight-room houses within
walking distance or close to car line. We
have several parties who are looking to
purchase property for a home. If you
have any to sell and the price Is reason
able, let us know by latter or telephone
N. P. DODGE & CO.
1614 Farnam St.
give your furniture and carpets
j. ravine paya tue rugneat casn
Telephone 77 L
n Man 16
FOR SALE KIRMTLRE.
FULL Una of bard coal atovea now on sale.
Chicago r urniture Co., 1410 uodge Bt.
Furniture, consisting of parlor, dining, bed
room, leather Ulirary furniture, leather
couch, easy c Irs, rook wood parlor
lauies, oua cnaus, rocaers, manogany
bookcase, writing desk, mantle mirrors,
clocks, pictures, imported bric-a-brac, oil
paintings, rugs, lace curtains, brass beds.
mahogany dressers, chiffoniers; also fine
upright piano. These goods must be seen
to be appreciated. Bell separately; call
at 138 M. mil avenue. o u.m 17x
FOR SALE, 8-ft standing desk. 308 Brown
Block. O M448 tf
FOR SALS MORSES, WAGONS, ETC,
MON ROB sella pleasure vehicles at 8U N
ittin Mt. wis
HARRY FROSTS Carriage and Wagon
Wurkl u on corner oi liin and Leaven
wortn. - P m
FOR BALK Two-Beat, extension top ear-
riage, in good conaiuon; ruooer tires.
Milton Rogera ft Bona, Co., 14 in and Far
nam ata. i P M477
ONE span -bay . mares,, weigh 2,800' lbs.
gentle and sound. Inquire T. A. Baker,
barn master, Bennett's barn, 17th and
Howard. P 736 17
FOR BALK MISCELLANEOUS. . .
TELEPHONE POLES: long fir timber!
chicken Xence; oak piling. Ml Douglas.
FOR SALE, secondhand locomobile, la
first-clasj shape, at oee-tuUf prion. Call
or addrcaa, 1621 Farnam 8u J A
IRON ft wire fences, tree guards, trellises,
Western Audio Fence Co, 2u N. liUi Ml.
CATALOGUE cut drug prices free. Shar
man ft McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
NEW and tdhand typewriters. 1113 Farnara.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1113
FOR SALE Several scholarships In a first
class standard school In Omaha, compris
ing complete course In business, abort
hand and typewriting. Inquire at Hee
FOR SALE Co--.! buatneaa. Capital required.
J2.0oo.00. J 21, Dee.
ICE for sale in carload lota.
Linooln Ice Co.. Lluooin, Neb..
ID HAND safe cheap. Darlgbt, 1113 Furnant.
FOR SALE. 3-story frame store building,
40x40, to be moved; also 3-room couage.
Tel. 45& Vlu
DOORS, windows, lath Ix4a cherry man
tels, radiators. plie. hydraulic elevator
stairs, rails, balusters, gas fixtures, mar
ble tile, kindling. Barker hotel. Omaha.
Q uva a
MRS. CARRIE SMITH. SOVEREIGN
LADY OL'EEN of clairvoyants; every
thing told, past, present and future. Sat
isfaction, or no pay. sv7 Mi 18th. . i - 8 W
715 N. 211;
UlllS. 8MITH, baths, US N. 16, Id floor, r. &
T-M4t N5x .
PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladlea befor and
during conruiauient. Dr. and M.a. Uartaoa.
sua Caiiloruia, at 1 ersoa reasoasaie.
PRIVATE hospital during confinement:
babies adopted. Mrs. Card el. Z&4 Laka,
lei. Ra4-ia4. . U 4MS
PRIVATE hospital before and during coa-
raemaiii; kmmi uieotxu cars ana nursu
- kift 1 FWaer. ami Vtatwa. Tel. lua.
DO YOU READ THIS PAGE ?
SO DOES EVERYONE ELSE THATS WHY
WOULD INCREASE YOUR BUSINESS.
"VI AVI" way to health;
849 Be building.
PRIVATE home during confinement;
bablea adopted. The Oood Bamantsn
Sanitarium, 7 lat Ava., Council HlufTs,
MAGNETIC PILE KILLER.
At druggisU 8L .
82 TI'NINO, piano or orgtn repairing. Per.
neid fiano Co., 7 Bee Bldg. u . OjZ
BORTON Umbrella Mfg.. 606 S. 18. Tel. 117.
s Umbrellaa, parasols re-covered, repaired
WB RENT aewlng machines at 7flc per
weea, 2 per montn; we repair ana aeu
parts for every machine manufactured;
cnnd-hand machines from $1 to 810. Neb.
Cycle Co., 15th and Harney. U B37
DR. FRIER treats sncoeasfully all dlseaaeg
and irregularltiea of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. 1513
Dodge at., Arlington block. Omaha.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith ft . Co.. 1820 Farnam Bt
PRI VATE money. Sherwood, 37 N. Y. Life.
WANTED,- real estate loans and warranta.
H. C. Peters ft Co., Bee Bldg. - W-M6
FIVE PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros., 1604
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1530 Dous'rs.
4 TO 8 P. C. money, Bemla,
MONET to loan for building purposes. W.
H. Thomas. First Nat l bank bldg.
FARM and city loans, low rstes. W. H.
Thomaa. First Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1K48.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS,
Best explains our methods.
We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipts, etc. Or it you have a permanent
position we can make you a- -r .
without security, except your own agree
ment to repay. Our service is quick and'
confidential and we always try to please.
All that we auk Is -that you give us a oall
before you borrow elsewhere. ,
OMAHA MORTQAGE LOAN CO.,
' U Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2296.
(Established W2). 306 8. 16U BL.
8 ' 8 I t 8 8 3 3 8 3 3
. Reliable, Credit Coi
Rooms 307-308, Paxton Block.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURE. PIANOS, LIVE STOCK,
Low rates and easy terms. 4
- Business Confidential.
Try us you want to save money.
633 Paxton Block.
16th and Farnara Bts.
X 4B -
LARGEST BU8INESB IN IX5ANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc.. without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices en prin
cipal iUea. -Totraani 440 Boara of Trad
Bldg. - - - X-862
MONEY- loaned on Mnln note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest ratea.
614 Paxton block
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows etc. C. F. Reed, 818 8. 13.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loan. Foley
Loan Co.. R 8, Barker Block. X--273
FOR BALE, good grocery and butcher's fix
tures, including ice box. Inquire 8763 Fary
nam. , , x i .
FOR SALE, an old established liquor busli
(less (barrel house);-good trade, old loca
tion. Owner haather interests. Address
P 28. Bee. - Y-M821 26
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
jny property or business quick, see J. 11.
Johnson. 843 N. T. Ufa: . Y-M
BEFORE buying mining stocks write to me
fof prices. I can save you from 10 to 60
per cent. Write ma what stock you want.
I will make - you prices.- Joseph Uteri,
Templeton. la. Y--725 15x
WANTED, an energetic, hustling business
man that can inveat from 31,000 to- 3Z.oou la
a paying business. To the right party a
good salary will be paid and full control
of business given. Must be able to furnish
best . of references as to honesty and
ehillHr. Monev lr.vet H in "he OftntrnliMl
"by party. Bunlneas should net a profit of
from 4,ouo to tts.ous per year.
Call for raansger.room 64. Murray hotel,
between t and 12 o'clock this morning. . r
Y M750 16x r
DRUG stork for sale. On account of other
bualnesa I will sell my stock of drugs,
Including the best soda fountain In the
country, at a bargain. Beat location;
will take noma land; Invoice about 85,000.
Addreaa K Bee office. Council Bluffs.
T-M751 U ' .
FOR BALE, good restaurant and hotel.
grocery stoca in connection, in central
' western Iowa, at about 33.500; wish to re
tire. Address Mrs. Mary ii Arnold. Whit
ing. Ia. Y-M746 lx
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by tha
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllester, land eommlssloner. Union
Pacific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
Tour last chanoa In Minneaota to secure
a beautiful home FREE. The 10th of
November the government will open
. 750.0UU acres of floe fanning landa at Ca-'a
Lake. Minn. Bend 3100 to Fred Clark.
, Cass Lake, Minn, for full Information
' about these valuable claims. Don't wait
until it Is too late. RE M447 30x
THE best Investment. Large or small
tracts - Reference - furnished. Write your
81MONS ft - REABONER. Aahland. Ore.
HOUSES and lota In all parts-of city; also
acre property and farm landa The O. F.
Davis Co.. Room sua. Bee bldg. RE 060
FOR SALE, modern house of 7 rooma In
quire 613 S. lh.. RE M656
FOR SALE or trade, SO acres 'of Improved
farm In Merrick county. Address S 12,
Omaha Bee. - RE 468 Us
FOR BALE, 6-room cottage. A No. 1 shape;
lot 6oxl&i; fine trees and shrubbery; splen
did neighborhood one block from car
Una ZU7 S. Sib st. Inquire 403 Karbach
block. RE M 78 17 X
FOR BALE OR 'TRADE FOR SMALLER
PROPERTY 8-non modern house snd
splendid barn. Apply owner. SH4 N. !5tb
at HE M7V4 N14
ATTORNEYS. ( ,
J. M. MACFARLAND. SIS N. T. L. Bldg.
GOLDMAN. W0 Douglas alack. - SB
ACCORDION pleating. cheapest, beat,
qnUawt. Mra, A. C Mark. Hlb and Doog.
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co., 811 North lth.
DR. ROT, rooma 1-3, 1.W5 Farnam st.
CAR TENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repnlrlng
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
20th and Lake Bts. 370
forming rot cnmiren; wed., 4:ir p. m.;
sHt., in a. m ana 1 p. m. acuhs, 'l ues.
, and Frl., 8 p. m. Assemblies Wed., 8 p. m.
Classes always open to beginners. Private
lesKons dally. For terms and particulars
' call or Tel. 1041. 410 N6
KEraTER'S Ladles' Tailoring College. 170i
turning ot. vvnie tor oooaiet.
IN FAMILIES, Miss Sturdy, 521 N. 2"th.
CAPT. T. CORMACK, 617 Karbach block.
G. R. RATHBUN, room 15. Com 1 Natl
Bank. Private lessons In bookkeeping, eto,
J. E. WALLACE, Taxidermist, 605 8. 13th.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT 100 acres Improved farm about
11 miles west of Omnlia postolflce. In
quire at 317 Woolworth ave. 719 6x
A LARGE and
well improved farm In
for rent; 64 acres with
310,000 worth of
K. C. PKTEKS ft CO.,
Ground Floor Bee Building.
HESS ft SWOBODA, 1418 Farnara. -W
L. HENDERSON, florist, 1619 Farnam BL
ANTI-MONOPOLT GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage-
, and dead animala at reduced pricea 621
N. 16th Tel. 1778. 2SS
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO.. Pee Bldg. Tel. 2535.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
ST1LLMAN ft PRICE, 4111 1st Nat. Bk. bldg
NEW BNOW-CHURCH CO., 1st floor N. Y.
Life bldg., attorneys and collectors every
where. - - 874
MACFARLAND, 31 N. Y. L. Bldg.
' 590-Oct 2J
P. Melcholr, 13th ft Howard,
. ' . -lockjisiith;--
C. R. HEFL1N,' 80S H? 5th St. Tel. 871
Stolen from' my lawn, Tth and Jackson
streets, a four-breadth wall tent worth
. 330. I will give 326 for information that
,-wlU lead to the conviction of the thief.
LIQUOR HABIT cured In three days. Pay
when cured. No hypodermics. Write for
circulars. Gatlln Institute, 229 S. 14th.
THOS. J. KELLY, voice.-.
E. D. KECK, Voice Teacher, Davldge bldg!.
- 168 Novlx
R. 10, Wlthnell blk.
M 401 N5
Johnson Institute. 616 N. Y. Ufe Bldg. T. 164
The Hunt Infirmary, McCagua Bldg. T2.
Atsea Farwell, Paxton Blk., 904-7.
DR. GRACE DEEOAN. 632 N. T. Ufa,
' a w
H. J. COWGILL-No fea unless successfuL
818 S. 16th Bt., Omaha. TeL 1788. 961
PATENTS Sues ft Co., Omaha, Neb. Il
lustrated patent book free. Tel. 1823.
' M 670 Nl6x
EAGLE Loan Office. Reliable, accommodat
ing; all buatneaa confidential. 13ol Douglas.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN B ANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life.
NKB. Buelneee ft Shorthand College. Boyd's
OMAHA Florence Sanltorlum. 'phone Red
24; 1 blk. w. of car line. City 'phone. 119
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
YjURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramge Bldg.
Oi. Van 8 tor. Co., 1611SS Fara. Tola. 16u 8X
CUT RATH railroad tickets everybody.
P. H. Phllbin, 15o6 Farnam. 'Phone 74.
GATE CITY. 1706 Bt Mary's ava. TeL B2076.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as clianges may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails for tha we-k ending Octo
ber 17, 19u8, will close (PltOMPTLY In all
cases) at the General Poslumce as follows:
PARCELS-POtiT MAII.S doee on hour
earlier than closing tiuie shown below.
Paxuela-PuMt Mails for tier many close at
I p, a. Monday. . ,
Regular and supplementary mails close
YOUR AD ON THIS PAGE
POSTOFFH E NOTICH.
at Foreign Station half hour later tbnn
closing tune shown below (except that Sup
plementary Malls for. Kurnp and 1'entrnl
America, via Colon, close one hour later at
8 ATI "R DAY At 7 a. ni. Mr EUROPE. Per
s. s. 1.K Oascogne. via Havre (mil must
be directed "per s. n. iM Gencogne "); st
8 a. m. for HKL'?!!'U airect, per s. u.
uderlHnd tnmll iiiunt ! directed "per
s. s. Vaderland ): at 10:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 12 m.) "for EUROPE, per s. S.
CHtnpHnin, via Quecnstown; at 12:30 p. m.
for SCOTLAND direct, per s. s. Colum
bia (mull must be directed "per s. s. Co
lumbia"). PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls steamer
takes Printed Matter, Commercial Paters
ntij Samples for Germany only. The
same class of mail matter for oilier pnrts
of Europe will not be sent by this ship
unless specially directed by her.
After the closing of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Malls named above, addi
tional Supplementary Malls are opened on
the plera of the American. English,
French nnd German steamer and remain
open until within Ten Minutes of the hour
of sailing of slenmcr.
Malls for South and Central America,
West Indies, Kte.
FRIDAY At 6:30 p m. for BERMUDA,
per Meamer from Halifax.
8ATUHDAY At H:30 a. m. (supplementary
8:30 a m ) for PORTO RICO. CURACAO
snd VENEZUELA, per s. a. Caracas
(mall for Savanllla and Cartagena must
be directed "per s. a. Cnraeas '); at 9:30
a. m. (supplementary iu:;o a. m ) tor
FORTUNE ISLAND JAMAICA. SAVAN
II. LA and CA KTAGENA, per a. a. Altai
(mall for Costa Rica must lie directed
"per s. s. Altai "); at 10 a. m. for CUBA per
s s. AiorrociiHtie, via llavHnna; at w ,v n. m.
(supplementary 11:80 a. m.) for INAQL A.
HAITI nnd SANTA MART A, per s. s.
Athos; at U:S0 p. m. for CUBA, per. s. s.
Ollnda, via Havana.
Malls Forwarded Overland, F.tc, Ex-
CUBA Via. Florida, closes at this . offlca
dally, except Thursday, at 15:30 a. 1
(the (-onnecting , malls close here on
ednesduys and Saturdsys via Tampa
nnd on Mondays via Miami).
MEXICO CITY Overland, unless specially
addressed for dlnpatch by steamer, closes
at this office dally, except Sunday, at 1:30
p. m. ana p. m. Hundaya at 1 p. m.
ana 11 ju n. m.
NEWFOUNDLAND Bv rail to North Bid
ney, and thence by steamer, closes st this
otllce dally at e: p. m. (connecting mails
close here every Monday, Wednesday and
JAMAICA By mil to Boston, and thence
by steamer, closes at this office at 6:110
p. m. every Tuesday.
MlQl ELON Hy mil to Boston, and thettce
by steamer, closes at this office dally at
iu p. m.
BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE
MALA By rail to New Orleans, and
thence hy steamer, Closes ac this office
n.iny. except Sunday, at 11:30 D. m. and
n.iny, except Bund
Ii 1:30 p. m.; Bund
11:30 p. m. (conne
Mondays at 11:30
naays at 11 p. m. and
ectlng mall close here
HI n n,
COSTA RlCA-By rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, closes at this office
dally, except Sunday, at 1:S0 p. m. and
U:30 p. m.; Sundays at (1 n. m. and
111:30 p. m. (connecting mail closes her
iiiesnsys at 511:30 p. mj
J REGISTERED MAIL close at 6 p. m
lmina and JAPAN, via Tacoma, close
here dally at 4:80 p. m. up to October ill,
j .T11' v" ean irancisco, close here
dally at 6 30 p. m. up to October 12, in-
fViT,1:"' Ior oespatcn per s. a. Alameda.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close here
uaiiy ai j;au p. m. up to October 114. In
clusive, for despatch per a. . Bhlnano
HAWAII. JAPAN, cutvi .r,4 TtirTTt
PINE I ISLANDS, via Ban Francisco, close
f , """r." o:" p. m. up to October lis,
Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Siberia
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via
ran Francisco, close here dully at 6-30
p m. up to October 821, Inclusive, for
urnimirn per e. s. Mariposa.
nr,w 1EAIJM), AUSTRALIA (except
west), NEW CALEDONIA. F1JL SAMOA
and HAWAII, via San Francisco, cloae
iin mhiijt ni p. m. up to October 124,
inclusive, for despatch per s. a. Sierra.
(If the Cunard steamer carrying tne
British mail for New Zealand doea not
arrive in time to connect with thli
despatch, extra malls closing at 6:30 a
m., f-.io a. m. and 6.30 p. m.; Sundays
at :.iu a. m., a. m. and 6:30 p. m. will
e maue up ana rorwaraed until the ar
rival of the Cunard steamer).
HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA anil specially
addressed mail for the PHILIPPINE
ISLANDS, via Ban Francisco, close here
A . : 1 . . n . 1-. m . . . ' .
ni w.og i. in. lip 10 OClODer J 2D. In
cluslve, for despatch per a. s. . Cootlc.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fran
cisco, clone here dally at 6:30 p. m. up
to October 127, Inclusive, for despatch
per u. b. transport.
CHINA AND JAPAN, via Vancouver and
icioria, 15. t., close here dally at 6.30 n.
m. up to October I27, Inclusive, for
despatch per s. 9. Empress of Japan
(Merchandise for V. 8. postal agency at
onangnai cannot De lorwaroed via Can
ada.) AUSTRALIA (excent West 1. PUT THr-
AND8 and NEW CALEDONIA, via Van-
couver and Victoria, B. C. cloae her
oanv ai o:ju p. m. up 10 november J7, In
clusive, for despatch per a. a. Aoranin.
norrii'niess otherwise adOressed, West
Australia Is forwarded via Europe; and
i New Zealand and Philippine Islands via
. nan r rancisco tne ouicKest routes. Phil
lpplnea specially addressed "'-la Canada'-'
o.- "via Europe'' must be fullv prepaid at
the foreign rates. Hawaii Is lor warded
-1 (, Cun T.-rannl,M ...Im.Iii.Iu '
Transpacific malls are forwarded to i,ort
of sailing dally and the schedule 01
closing Is arranged on the presumption
of the uninterrupted overland transit,
Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. pre
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster. '
PoRtofflce, New York, N. T., October 9, 103.
IAILROAD TIME CARD.
UNION STATION 10TH AND MARC Y.
Chicago Express a 7:35 am
Chicago, Minneapolis ft
a 6:10 pm
St. Paul Limited....', a 7:50 pm a 8:06 am
Minneapolis ft St Paul
Express b 7:35 am bl035 pm
. iiicagu iict&i ,, iv;o am
alO XS am
Chicago Great Western By.
104 Ft. Dodge Express.. b 6:20 am
lu2 Ft. DodHe Express. .a 3:4s pm
7 Ft. Dodge Express..
103 Ft. Dodge Express..
Chicago ft Northwestern.
b 9:10 pm
"The Northwestern Line."
Fast Chicago a 8:40 am a 7:00 am
Mall a 8:00 pm a 8:30 am
i.ocai BioiiX city a 6:10 am
. 3.30 pm
Daylight Bt. Paul..
a 7:50 nm
a 8:00 am
a 8:15 pm
a 4:00 era
a 9:56 pm
all 10 pm
a 9:16 am
a 9 50 am
Fast St Paul..
a 6:50 pin a 3.45 pin
a 6:10 pm a 8:16 am
a 8:40 pm
Local bioux City b 4:00 pm b 11:50 am
Norfolk ft Bone-steel. ...a 7:25 am alO;8S am
Lincoln ft Long Plne....b 7:26 am blO:36 am
. Chicago, Heck Island Pari a e. .
Chicago Daylight L't'd.a 1:55 om a 3 50 am
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:00 am a 9:86 pin
Chicago Exiireau bll:15am a 6:S6 pm
Des Moines Express,... 4:30 pm blLiAam
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:30 pm a 1:26 bin
Rocky Mountain L t d. .a 7:30 am a 7:26 ara
Lincoln, Colo. Spring. .
Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1:30 pm -a 6:09 era
Texas. California and "
Oklahoma Flyer a 6:16 pm al2:40 pm
' Wabash. 1
Bt. Louis "Cannon Ball"
- Express ... a 6 :6 pm a 6:30 am
i. tiwuii uicftL coun
..a 9:16 am art JO pm
..10:00 am a 6 25 pm
..alu o pm a 6:16 am
St. Louis Express...
K. C. ft 8U L. Ex...
Isles PaclSe. .
..a 9:4u'am' a' 5o pm
a 9:26 pin
..a 4:20 pm
911 an nm - .
The Faat Mail
Eastern Express a 6:30 pm
The Atlantlo Express.. a 7:80 am
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am a 40 am
Chicago Bpeclal a 3:40 am
Lincoln. Beatrice ft
Htrouisburg Express. .b 4 00 pm bl! 50 pm
North Platte Ixcm1 .....a 8 so am a 6:16 pm
Grand Island Local b 6. JO pm b 9.26 am
IAILROAD TlwgJ CARD.
Cbleaga, Mllwaakee Jt St. PaaL
Chicago Iylight..' a 7:48 km all.lR pra
Chicago Fast Uxpresa. .a 6 46 pm a 3 40 pm
Chicago Limited a 8:f pm a 7 50 am
IH-a MclneS Express.... a 7:46 am a 9-40 pre
WtBHTER DEPOT-IBTIIA WEBSTER
Chlrage, t. Paal, Mlaaeapells
Leave. ' Arrive.
Twin Cliy' Passengrr...a 9 30 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux Cltv PflneiiiFer..a 9-00 tm nil:') am
Oakland Local b 6:46 pm b 8:46 am
Chicago ft Northwestern, Nebraska
aad Wtonlat Dlrlsloa.
Black Hills, Deadwood.
Lead. Hot fprt::g?. ... 3:00 pra a 9:00 pm
W"yomlng, Caier and
OnnirlH . .d 9 :00 nm e B-Afl nm
Hastings, York, Dnvld
City, Superior, Geneva,
Exeter and Seward... b 3 KM pm b 149 pm
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm a 10:36 am
BURLINGTON STATION 10TII ft MASON
Chicago, Barllnaton ft Qolney..
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 9:55 pm
Chicago estltuled ex. .a 4:00 pm a 7:45 am
Chicago Locals. a B IS am all.OOpm
4 nicugo Limited.. ...... a :u pm a 7:4 pm
Fast Mall a 2 40 pm
Kansas llty, St. Joseph ft Council
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 9:15 am a 6:05 pm
Kt 1 1 , 1 1 1 1.-U-B- - e.ijic -11 nr. .. .
Kansas City Night Ex!.'al0:46 pm a SO am
Borllagton ft Mlseoarl River.
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln ' n 8-50 am M2-nfi 'nm
Nebraska Express a 8:50 am a 7:45 pre
Denver Limited ..a 4:10 pm a 6:46 am
black Hills and Puget
Bound Express. ,.all:10pm a 3:10 pm
Flyer a 8:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:52 pm a 9:08 am
Fort crook and l'latts-
mouth b 8:15 pm bl0:35 am
Bellevue & Pacific Jet., a 7:50 pm - a 8:27 am
Bellevue ft Pacific Jet. .a 8:50 am
a Dally, b Dal'.y except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday. Dally except Monday.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR STATE PRINT
ING. Bids will be received by the State Print
ing Board at the office of the secretary of
state at Lincoln, Nvbraska, on or before
2:80 o'clock p. m., Monday, October 16,
1W3. for printing and stationery sup
plies for the following department
and state institutions: Supreme court,
secretary Of state, adjutant general, public
library commission. Insurance department,
commissioner of public lands and buildings,
visiting and examining board, penitentlurv,
labor bureau, Hastings asylum, girls' In
dustrial school, Institute for feeble minded
youth, banking department and board of
Specifications for same can be found on
file In the office of the secretary nf state. .
All bids must be accompanied by a bond
equal In amount to the probable cost of the
work, bid upon. The board reserve the
right to reject Shy and all bids.
Lincoln, Nebraska, October 13, 1903.
. STATE PRINTING BOARD.
By Lou W. ' Frailer, (Secretary to the
Board. CIS d5t
DEFIES THE GREAT WESTERN
Woman Declares She Will Protect
Her Property by Means ( a
And now cornea a woman who says she
will use a shotgun If necessary to protect
what "she believe to be her right In the
Great Western controversy. She Is Mrs.
Mary W. Cormack, who own three houses
In the district that will be traversed by the
Great Western. She was formerly a school
teacher and her name used to be Mrs
Hay, but after the decease of her first
husband aha marrPed Captgin Cormack, for
merly of the Omaha police force.
"Let them dig a shovelful of earth by
my property and I'll blow'olT tha top of the
head of ne man that holds the spade," de
dare Mr. Cormack.
Mr. Cormack ay ah ha put thousand
of dollars In the property In the way of
improvement, ha paid for filling, grad
lng, paving, sewerage and the Ilka and
does not .propose to loe out without .a
struggle. She has lived chiefly In the rlty
hall thl week, waiting for council meeting
and Interviewing. city official. Her manner
1 very determined and her arguments not
restricted by the lack of words. She Is
under the Impression that President
Btlckney will not treat with the property
owner directly and Intimate that she will
be greatly mollified If "the grand mogul
act a little loss haughty.
Tha following births and death have
oeen reponeo to tne Hoard of Health:
, Births Ralph Hobsrt, 211 South Thir
tieth, boy; Frde Halverson, 8506 Decatur,
boy; W, B. Davis, Min Sherman avenue.
oy; c w. Pierce, 1824 North Twenty
sixth, boy. , .
Death Mrs. Ina Saaelrom. 1419 North
Twenty-fourth, 53; Mrs. Nana Ludtvicka
Aaoei, sua raeuic, 66; Mrs. Hannah Rob
bins. 3004 Martha, S3; Mrs. Maggie Riley
Fortieth and Toppleton, 45.
454S Shirt Waist, 32 to 44) bust,
Shirt Waist, 4548 To be made with or
without the fitted lining: Bhlrt tSnlst
with yoke effects sre conspicuous among
all the latest designs. This one Is exceed
ingly novel and effective and suits the en
tire rang of washable fabrics. A Illus
trated, however, It Is made of blue French
flannel stitched with silk. Tha double
box plaited effect at the front la peculiarly
noteworthy and desirable and the point
that extend over' the yok or essentially
novel. With th waist ar worn a linen
collar and silk lie, but a collar of tl e ma
terial can be substituted. If preferred.
Th waist consists of tha smoothly fitted
lining, that can be omitted whenever It 1
undesirable, ' the fronts, back and yoke.
Th fronts are laid In wide box plait with
tuck at each edge, but the back I tucked
to simulate, box plait only. The sleeves ar
ample and form fashionable wide puffs at
th wrist, where they are finished with
shapad cuff. .
Tha' quantity of material required for th
medium ix is 4Va yard 21 Jnch.es wide.
8V yard 27 Inches wide or 74 yard 44
Th pattern, 4648, ia cut in (lies for a 32,
84, 86, 88 and 40-inch buat measure.
For th accommodation of Th Be
reader the pattern, which usually rtal
at from 26 to 60 cent, will be furnished at
a nominal price. 10 cents, which cover all
xnsnae, .la prder to .get a pattern aaeloa
IS cant, give numbvr and nam of pattern.
GETS MAN AFTER HARD CHASE
Cspttis John W.sbb Buns Down lulitt
Accused tf CounUrfeiting."
PRISONER NOW (N SIOUX CITY MLt
Reaarded aa Oa af Prosalaeat Clresv
latnrs af Sparlnas Cela fans
Ins; Maeh Aaaoyaaee Is.
Captain John. Webb of the United Stat
Secret service relumed Wednesday night
from Fort Dolge, la, VTh"" h uooordei
after a lengthy chnso la running down nd
rapturing an allege.! Italian counterfeiter
named Frank Martorano, alia Con Vleske.
Word was received her October I, frosa
Webater City, Ia that pefelatanl and
partially successful rffert ,wa being mad
to pass a quantity of spurious 35 legal ten-
der notes In that vicinity. Captain Wbb St
once proceeded to Webatet city arid wast
shown a sample of the goods, which wa
85 greenback of the eerie of 1831. with Oan
eral Thomas' picture on tha front and with.
running sueeesHlve number of the serle
In red Ink, as wgs the strtmp. The bfll wer
evidently lithographed and. while the fronts,
of the bills were poerly ex-ecnbd the back
wer a dangerous Imitation and- would.
easily be taken by a careless person, On
was passed on S merchant of Webster Oily,
but was not detected until It had been gent
to the bank for deposit. It was-then ascer
tained that attempts hod boen made, to paws
other of the bill In that city and finally tha
counterfeiter, talcing, the alarm, , went to
Eagle Grove, where he' succeeded In phas
ing another, but failed In a second attempt.;
In the meanwhile a fairly good description
of tho fellow had been obtained and he was
traced to Williams, . Ia., whore h . waa
finally arrested with the assistance of the
local authorities there and Deputy United
State Marshal Oustafecn. of Tori Podge.
Martorano poses aa a laborer with an
Illinois Central railway gang.
Martorano waa highly indignant over- Tils
arrest, but Ms Identification I said -to b
complete and he was taken to Fort Dodga
and arraigned before .United Slat .' Com-'
missloner Johnson. nd bound aver to tha
United State district court in 3500, and wan
lodged In Jail at Bloux City.
The arrest Is regarded by the secret. erv
Ice official a an important one, 'as It
appear that a considerable number 6f tha
spurious bill have been- passed through
BIDS FOR HASTINGS BUILDING.
Proposals Will Re Sabmftted by
: Omaha Coatcaotora. for tha h
, Oovernmeat Structure,
Contractors of the Builders' exchange
are examining the plans for tha- sew gov
ernment building at Hastings, which ar
on exhibition In the exchange rooms in th
New York Ufa building, and ' several
Omaha builder will submit bids. The
must be in Washington by November z.
The Hosting building will be a handsome
structure, for which the appropriation I
1126,000. Th specification call for a ground
area of 60x100 feet and a height of, thre
stories. The wall are to be of dark red
brick and the tone work of dark bins
sandstone or limestone. The cornice Is to.
be terra cotta, th roof late and the floors
of terra io marble work.
The plana for the rleW Monmouth Park
school house are now ready for Inspection
In the office of Architect Thomas Jvlmball
nd are also being 'examined with the Idea
of making early bid. - '.- 1 ...
PAWNS.. ANOTHER'S CLOTHES
Man Whom Pol lee Say t Old Hand''
la Caught at HI Latest '
Trlek. ' , .-' -'
J. B. Mosley. who Is Well known to' tha
police, having been under their surveillance
on more than one accaalon In the past, was
picked up by Detective Drummy and Mad
aen on Sixteenth street and landed in the
city Jail. Mosley' latest exploit waa tha
capture of a suit of clothes worth In tha
neighborhood of 850, which E. L. .Jidrews
of Hustings, a patient of Dr. Powell, left
with the doctor to have pressed. Dr. PoweH
had Just taken the suit from tha tailor shop
Inst Monday, nicely bundled up and had left
It, In his reception rdom for .probably uhe
space of ten minutes, when It mysteriously
disappeared. The suit was next heard from
In a Douglas street loan office, where Mo
ley secured 84 on It to tldo htm over, a tem
porary alege. Mosley was Identified by the
man with whom he pgwned, the sultH is
charged with larceny,, but this may ha
changed to grand larceny. ...... .
HUSBAND IN THE : CITY JAIL-
Boards Uptown While Wlfo aad
Child Oa to the Coaaty ''. '
J. E. Hlett langulah In th city Jail
charged with ill-treating his wfje And Uttl
one. Tha police have taken a lively , ln-
tereat In his cose and Officer Baldwin,', who
arrested Hlett, say it Is an aggravated
case. Hlett, It la charged by the-pollce, has
rtrActlcsllv left his wife and children, w-hila
he boarded at an uptown restaurant. Mra..
Hlett , and baby are now. Inmate of tha
county hospital, to. which institution they
but recently removed. Tha polio say that
Hlett did not totally obnndon his family,
but provided very little for- them cither for
their comfort or subsistence und played tha
"gentleman" by living uptown, and all ou
the meager salary of 910 per weak. . , ,
A specific charge has not yet been filed
against Hlett, but' the police assert they
will 11 la the severest one possible . - ,
TO ANNOUNCE HIS DECISION
Tax Commissioner Flasf Has Pro
testa of Wholesalers Under -Advisement.
"I have the grievance of the wholesale
merchants under advisement and, will an
nounce my decision In a day or so' aald
Tax Commissioner Fleming. "The mer
chants ar protesting against the assess
ment of credit and claim that If assessed
under the new revenue law they will hav
to pay taxes on a valuation ranging front
force to six time th real worth af their
money and property. Thl statement of
tho case 1 exaggerated, but it Is frus ar
injustice may b worked, not only on-tiie
wholr&ilera, but upon other busliiee men
a well, hecaus th law doc not aJJew
th deduction of credits." . . . t
TRIO OF COLORED OFFENDERS
Third Defendant Charged flh 01a
laal Assaalt Cose Resting
His IdeatlScaJloa. , ' ; J
The defendant In th Brat three ca.se
In tha criminal division of th district
courti' wea-e colored. . Tho. third caa waa
called before Judge Entetl yesterday,
th defendant in this case being Frank
Coleman. The Information charges Cola,
man with criminal aasault on a whit girl
named Freda Witts. July II. Ml Witt
wa employed aa a aervant In th house of
John W. Robblna. Th r exult of th case
binge on a matter of Identification, as th
defendant ale res that h waa not s part ttt
the alleged crlma.
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