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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1903)
TITE OMAIIA DAILY T1EE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 29. 100.7.
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1904 MIDWINTER TERM
MON DA v" J XlN U A RY 4.
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CALL, WRITE OK IcUfHUNE FOR
Address, It. B. BOYLE 3, President,
New York Life bldg. Omaha. Neb.
SPFriAl 'or UniUaa Urns w will
w LV'lnl' ut you vim a KUaiutuoi
OF bfLeiACLS FOx. LiW.
Dull l ill till CUallce.
. C. a. Ol-.lClANS,
80$ N. 16TH Si. R-M216
PfiHFIELDB Cut-Price Piano Co.,
Be ma., Kouin 7. Tel. i01.
.Websr, niory at Clark, Ludwig Bchiller.
EAGLE Loan office. Reliable, accommodat
ive, ail buai.-ieas cuniideiiil.il. uul Douglas.
EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co., moving and
loraKo- a N. i6lh. Xel. lira. K i.l
H'-KE is a cuuiics to get a pair of shoes
Which are unexcelled at any price. Om
mod, U and i.uu. Regcai onus Co.. 6
H. 16th hl 7-,
MONEY loaned on all valuable. 418 N. 16th
PhirnnnHw et relief, corns removed.
V-llliUpUUy Dr. Roy, r 2-3, IMi Fnriiara.
TRY THE CHICAGO LAUNDRY,
if you don't, wi both lone. Uood work:
prompt attention. 4 N. 16th. Tel. a.
COLE-MKAY COMPANY, UNDERTAK
ERS. Iul7 Capitol uve., tel. 454. R 37U
1 PKiNT IT.
SUCCEED! f A- 1 i ooT, me.
OUULLUI I ui-i, B. lith. Phon 1104.
Bread Btr,i;"y Homemade; potato yeast
Den cu lessen, low, iiainam street
GOLD crowns from $3; filling from 26c; set
of teeth, Ml teeth exlrucisd tree. Lmou
Dental Co., lie: uouglas, room 4.
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, beat,
tiuickoat. Mis. A. C. Mark, IHh and
Douglas. ' R-MS60
P. MELCHIOR, muctnnlit, 13th & Howard.
THE GRAND PANTS CO.,
A Uioiuugmy retiuuis tailoring esi...h
mem oai lying a iui mm oi pure woolens.
Makes up any suit in me nous lor m.eu.
uuy puni pttaerns, ki.50. No mors, uo less!
2- N. .6th. li-Mmu
"STRONGEST In the World.- The Equita
ble L lie AHsuianca suclsiy. lis puiicle
are sight uraiis. at maturity. iu .
Neely. manager, Merchants National
toanablug., o..iuiia. Web. H-u
FRAZIER carta are superior. Write for
catalogue. W. ft. Frewer ac Co., Aurora,
, R-i-J.o tox
POULTRY BUFPLIES-UUery Co.TlttU
Howard. 'leL Uti. R 1
ilOLi 8 MOKE! Washington. Sc. Beck
luan's. iM Faintm. R Mmi
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., U N. ltith B
. h ma
UIOS painting. 8. H. Cole, 1303 Douglus.
ALL kliula of carpenUr work and reDalrinsr
prainpuy attnuU to. J. X. OcIiiAri
2u:h ana Lake sis. R-i?u
FO't BOMETHLNO In the bnkeryllne freJh
ani sweet slop at -radhot's, l0U N
. -h U R-M97K '
WE HAVE solved one of the most dimouiit
problem, in the retail tobacco business
und that is to suit ull kinUs of , J
Cigars. .We claim that oui stock is the
most perfectly aasoned boti. in quaj'tJ
and SLttde in the city. Another thini
you can t possibly bca't out 0 &
and smoking .tobucco-cigaroties" too W
'. Btuecaer. 14t4 Douglas. R-S
' JACKDAW WHISKY
FURK RV, li ituAlls Kjuui btST Pnn
MEDICINAL URFUbEa.' CACKLKV
,WKO., BULK OWNERS. HI n uK
ANDCAF1TOLAVE. R-lUlS dA
A. Martin, Tailor, removed to UOi Douglaa.
BREAD, pies, cakes, tor Xmas. J914 Fur.
wum- R-Mtili Ji
11EFL1N, locksmith, 80S N. leth. Tel "STL
. ' ' R-Mi
BHOETORICM-Shoes repaired by ma.
cllll.ei, best slock ued, kules, Uic
rewed 76c; ladles'. S6c'; sewed, 00c: heels
Uc, r; rubber heels, 10c, ;J N lmh
Til. ii)74. hhocs called for and delivered
work guaruntecd. R J5J J7
SEASON FOR HOLIDAYS
WE offer Vi little Hurristers, funcy uack.
age and a WORTHY CHIP OF THE OLD
J'.LOCK. The Fnmoua UuirUter juc ',a
tvir tl.ou. Drop Ul at 14u4 Doualan ..f
i.i i'axton block. W l Sloeckc" Claar
SPECIAL FOR CHRISTMAS.
Latest sile, ox oval photcrapns; reau
lur price $j Uoa.; this wtek la for ij.
PROCTOR, 616 SO. 16TH ST.
MEDLAR TRINTINQ CO.-ri 3 i5uTrit"
I'HOTCa, latent mountings, f."Ft wcrk.
b'lH'rlal rate of tl on cublutt pictures, tli
orh -4th at. R Ji
KEW barber shop. at Merchants ho'el.
11. O. SMITH, sucrmsor to McVca &
Hmlih. iiluii.lilnjr und heatitiH. 1U N. lCtlt,
Tel. 3U t'rompl utteulion kiven nil
WHFN you want to bay," sell or exchange
any property or uumbus quick, tee J. tL
JonnKuii. Mi N. Y. I4lc. V -fci
tXCHANGEd ot n l k iJi. Ta buy or i.ell
luod or city jin -erty, caii ot ili glioie.
Aimaiio.ia Co.. Ui-i . Y. Las. 'i'ei
' . Y.-I.SU
FINE Busli.es for SaleAnnual sales t.l.
WO: net lotus, 12 per cent; eai'iial re
quired, lo.iuu; it's a tnup. Adarckd Y 11.
Bee offlLC. Y !il
en-.it.ii i 'net 1- 1 Kit'. w,ue money
rnnK'ug Dusinrar. nut nave yen lo
tjnerr Addtecs X !J. Ujc. Y ilS'i
WANTED I sollcltora; salary or c:m. 70
& 1'ltli. - J--37& Jai U
WANTED canvasslnir agrits In iVvty
tounty to 1011111 sub ci p'.iuus lo Tilii)
TWKNTII.1H CtMlhV FAHMl R.
Sleudy employ uont with u.sur.d stud 1 .
cume. Aituii In the icuntry with hoiie
and btiKgy mi- tally desir'd Ca'ivuss-is
uiase iiiy to i'ju per inontn. sd
.dma Century Farmer SwllcltuiB: Burrvu,
ee Duuuiiig. oiuaiia. j ill
MICEI,LAlt EOl S.
17th and Douelas.
Open next Monday, January 4. It will pay
you to attend. It means much to you.
Look the matter up quickly. - Catalogue
ROHRBOUGH BROS., Omaha, Neb
WA I b.LU ALU ULI.
MEN lo iearu baiber trade; free tailroad
fare upon our lanure to convince you of
tlua being tne ii at', largeat anu only
reaabie. most practical baiber college ill
11.14 section of tne country; v. Hie for
caiaiogue today. VVastein arbers' Ii.su
tule, ouiaha. Neb. B 4s
WANTED, two aganis at once; good sal
ai ; city work. C. b. Aoaiu Co.,
Howard st. hiu4
W ANI ED, for U. S. arrnv, abie-ocdltd. un
married men, between ages ot lil and 4
citizens of United Slates, of good clmrsc
ter and temperate habits, who can apeak,
read und wriie KnKlmli. For information
apply to reciulilug oiticer. loth and Dodge
sis., Omaha, and Lincoln. Neb.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
Start now and co.nplete for spring ruflli;
top pbld giaduates; diplomas
framed; can earn nearly ail expenwn
efore finishing. Call for particulars.
Moler Barber College, 1302 Douglas Ht.
B Mail 4 Jix
WANTED Men everywhere, good pay, to
dlKtrlbute circulars, adv. matter, tack
signs, etc; no canvassing. National Adv.
Bureau, Chicago. B MSI 9 &x
WANTED, first-class aausage maker and
meat cutter. One-half Interest In market
for rale. C. W. Letchford, 607 S. Main
St., Council Bluffs, la. B MS8J
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Girl for general housework at
Nj. Z701 Dodge at, C-Ul
WANTED Competent lrl for genrral
housework; no washing. Mrs. R. H. Hall,
241S Farnam. C 7 2x
WANTED Ladles to learn halrdresslng,
manicuring or electric facial treatment;
beet palng work hi d y can do; graduates
earn 12 to U weekly; Home wugts from
start; four week1? completes. Call or write
Mo'er College, 1302 Douglas St.
WANTED A neat and experienced girl for
second work In
second work in private family. Apply 174
c uih atx
EXPERIENCED girl for general house
work in family of two; must be good cook.
Apply at once, 19 Locust at.
, C M85S tSx
GIRL for general housework. Mrs. J.
Phillips. 11C5 S. 22d Ht. C M846 29x
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; references required; good
wages; only two In family. 313 North 2nth
St. C M779
WANTED, girl for general housework.
1323 S. 32(1 St. C M894 30
FOR REM FCRMS1IED ROOMS.
Room at the Dellone
Large, nght und airy luout, U.M and up
per moiiin; Ha and up per uy; steam
heated, electtlo Ugntou. private and gen
eial b..tlis; tirst-c.asa service. 14tn and
Capltot ave. E MTU)
ROYAL HOTEL, European, lath & Chicago.
DEWEY European hotel. 12th and Farnam,
NICELY furnished rooms. Inquire Omaha
Steam Launuly, 17uO Leaveuworih. 'phone
O. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone CO.
ELEGANT front roon; stea i heat. J
(.apuoi ave. Mtai
MCE south room, modern, (ug s. th.
Tel. A-llitf. , E MbiC
STATE HOTEL E uropean. 12. Douglas at.
JB, A S Ji
tl. fEii WEEK. Dorau liouso, 42'.' 8. lita.
ROOMS, furnace heat. U6 N. 16th. tel. 104.
, MKW Js
FURNISHED rooms Lacota, 1811 Howard.
NICELY furnished double parlors, single
or ensiiue, gas uain, siea.ru neat, tel.
13 Douglas. E M337
COZY front room, 12 per week. 1717 Web-
ter at. e iaWNi
VIENNA European Hotel. 1011-16 Farnam St.
f ine rooms; laoies' caie; private dining
rvums open all night. E but
NICE furnlbhed rooms. 324 N. 15tn.
, E M607
FURNISHED ' rooms for light housekeep
ing; vucani now. us o. .uin.
E M844 29x
THE FARNAM, 19th and Farnam sts.
NICELY furnished rooms, 'steam heat;
gentlemen preferred; reference. 2234 Far
nam, 'phone 22U3. E MS83 29x
WARM desirable rooms; first class loca
tion. 24 Farnam. E M879 29x
FOR RENT A nicely furnUhtd south room
all modern; puvaie family. Mv Jonts ul.
FIH.MIHED ROOMS AND UOAIiU.
Furnished Rooms, steam heat, with or with
out board. Midland noiel. ibtn Chicago.
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney; warm looms,
gooa uoara. d juui4
UPTOP1A, steam heat, 1721 Davenport.
ROOMS with board: modern, stesm lient.
iso table Hoard, 'lb Dresner. 6u2 a. th.
8U1TF rooms. 1st floor, single rooms; hot
ana com water. Mei nam, win and Dodge.
ROCKAWAY, 13 1Q Douglas. Meals, 15c.
THE U. 8. RKSTAl.'RANT. UW Dodge,
usuin uuuer ine wanu-rmiini 01 vv m.
bAUERMElSTElt. Open all nighL
FOR RENT Large well-furnished front
room, all modern, with board; also good
table hoard by day or week. The Dresner,
of bo, 1'.; st. , F-442
COMFORTABLE Itf om heated rooms, with
n.Rt-tl ss board, Zsli Furnam.
V 8S8 t8
A FEW nlcel furnished room, with good
boiu-d; moilt-rn detached house; atern
,:i. ncuuimuiv, i.-:o rarnam st.
WASTED TO Bl'Y.
I W ANT TO Bl'Y a. small tract of groiini
with ainall houKe tin it. in the suuurba;
must be reasonable in price; can pay part
cah, taiance in mortgage. Address Y
to. Bee. N-Msiii 31
SECOND-HAND books. Crane, 307 N. I6ih
DON'T give your furniture ar.d carpets
away. J Levlne is the highest c isfi
prtct. Telephone 771. N M4w4
A I OR 7-RM HOU8E. centrally located
ncca not ue an ntudirn; can pay part
rasn; wouiu preier to deal with owne
direct. Addresf Y 64, Bee. N MM7 31
Tt'HACCO tags, coupons, boucnt. 2fiu 8.
"in. s-iia; ji
Rnnlfc; Wight, sold. Antique Book Con
DUUi eern, Karbach Lik. Tel. 3fU
t W ANT TO IH Y a vacant lot cheap f
cbhIi. on gride, with city water, sew
and gas in the street; would prefer dei
rsonabla aa posalble. Ado revs Y
N M4 31
I API KSISHF.D ROOM.
ON brand new (-room full wo-story mod
ern huutt has fine furnace, open pluiob
ii g. both gas and electric liichts; pioptrty
ii-rij iiN-Hira, -iw. win give s per rem
for years to ft years. Addreae
ARE YOU THINKING OF BUILDING
IN THE SPRING?
The wise ones will buy a lot now.
FOR SALE Mill ELLASEOIS.
FOR SALE, several scnolarsnips In s first
class standard S 'liool in Omana. coin oris
log complete course in business, soon
hand and typewriting. Inquire at Bee
olflce. y fcsj
BECOND-HAND billiard and pool tables:
billiard tables repaired; a large stcck ot
cneap bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc.
The Brunswick-Balk Collender Co.. 407-1
8. 10th St. U 4o4
60 SQUARE PIANOS 150 EACH.
Ii CENTS PER WEEK,
flpiixiiii T.irn m. ui'L'i i u'ti
Largest Piano Dealers In U:e Weal, 131
rarnam. u wti
IRON Wire fences, tree guard, trellises.
vvestern itnenor rence Co., Uio ti. inn st.
CATALOGUE cut drug prices free. Bhar-
a . . j 1 1 i . i . i
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
ID-HAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
CHEAPEST OAK SLAT CORN CRIB
RING. Long fir Umbers. 901 Douglas.
TWO fine depot wagons. 2 roekaays, 1
oupe, 2 trap. 1 WHgonette, 2 dray.
Drummond Carriage Co.. 18th and Hr
tiey. U 402
TRADING stamps, Boston Market. 113 N. 18,
CLOSING out hard coal stove at le than
H price from 6 up. Furniture cheap.
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. TeU
2020. Q 40J
AM AUTHORIZED to sell at bargain
diamond stud, ring und pair earrings left
tn pawn. Diamond Loan Office. 14ul Doug
FOR SAT.I5 Empty ink barrels. Apply at
Bee pres.1 room. Q 438
FOR snle, J8o oak bedroom et, In good
condition, for -'5. 160 South 26th avenue.
Telephone, B2613. Q-M4:0
FOR SALE Four No. 1 Brunswick bowling
alleys. Address Box 394, David City, Neo.
CHRISTMAS TREES, sweet cider, horn
grown celery, rresn vegeianiesi oysiers
direct from Bultimore. We hav the best
line of figs, dates and nuts In Omnha.
Ruflett Bon, Fourteenth and Hnvney
WOOD'S Ice Plows, single or- double row,
stock carried in all large cities. Address,
Wm. T. Wood & Co., Arlington. Mass.
2 M321 28X
FURNITURE Leaving city Dec. 81. nnd
oner some rsre raraains in nne rtecea or
O'k and mahogany; also Turk'sh ruas.
R2 S. 27th at. Q-M779 2Sx -
BUILDING FOR BALE.
Bid wsnted for sule of frame building, 7th
and Farnam, on ri. et ai. tracks, xe
about 40XU-0, port two stories. Submit to
D. V. Sholes Co., 722 New York Life
building. Tel. 49. Q-M 854 J3
1.000 pure-bred land and water fowls for
sale, write ror prices, ueorge n. tieyi,
Washington, 111. Q M382 2Sx
MOVING PICTURE machine, stereoptlcon
films, slides; very cheap. R. C. Taylor,
809 S. Wth st. Q-M8S5 29x
FOR IlEST STOH-S AMI OFFICES,
FOR RENT building suitable for whole
sa. purposes at Via farnam, axw, four
surlea and llrst-claas cemented basement,
elevator, fire and burglar proof vault, of
fl:e counter and fixtures. For price and
particulars Inquire C. C. Rosewater, sec
retary Bee Building Co., room lOu, Bee
FOR RENT, storeroom and basement In
good location, particularly adapted lor a
plumber show room and work room or a
Manufacturer with similar requirements',
power furnished if required. R. C. Peter
& Co.. rental agents, ground floor. Bee
S-STORY und basement, 22x100; 1006 Farnam
bU inquire u r irsi xsat i iiinx uiog.
FOR RENT, three upper stories tn four
story bulldhiK at 810 Farnam St., two
stories If preterred. Auuress u. rcone-
waier. Sec'y., Room 100. Be bldg.
Building for Wholesale or .
1414 Harney St., 33x120 feet, tour stories and
basement, electric elevator, steam neat.
10.00 per month.
GtOKGE & COMPANY,
lbOl Farnam St.
, I-M628 J3
BACK COPIES .
THIS WEEK'S IB3UE3.
containing ad of
"Nebraska Town Contest,"
May be obtained at Th Bee business o(Tl ..
. 2G PER COPT.
At a Bargain
The largo double store In Be
Pulld'.ng. formerly occupied by
MacCarthy Tailoring Co. 4t feet
plate glass front, the only one of
It klpd In Omaha
Excellent location fcr men'
furnishing Store, shoe store.
Jeweler, milliner, etc. Every
tenant of the Immense Be Build
ing. City Hall, Court House and
J.'ew York Ufa Building a pos
For further particulars, see
3 04-' 3 Oo So 16th St
FOR RENT Store room 26x120 feet; best
location in the liveliest county Meat In
foollurn Nebru-ki. . Addretx 416 6th St.,
1. li bui y. Neb. I MxSti J4x
AU.I TO LOAk ctKAl. -Si ATE.
FARM and city loaus, low rate. W. li.
Tboiuas, First Nut'l Batik Blcg. Tel. ltiia.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 9JS7 N. Y. Life.
4 TO J P. C money, Beml. Paxton block
PRIVATE money. P. D. Wead, 1620 Dougla.
WANTED City loans and warrant. W.
Farnaiu Smith Co., 142i).FarniMn 6L
FIVE per cent loans. Garvin Bros., 1604
Farnam. W 437
WANTED Reul estate loans and warrant.
R. C. Peters A Co.. Bee Bldg. V 4
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co,
1- farm loans, R C. Patterson, 1224 Far
When You Write
rente... ber li or ly takes aa extra stroke or
ta of 111 pen to men lion the faot t at you
aw the ad la The Be.
FOR 8 ALU ItRAL ESTATE.
TWO acre on paved street In
Benson for So60; on easy pay '
6 acres In Benson for $1,000; 10
per cent cash; balance easy pay
6 acre thre block from car,
2 nice residence lots near car Una
for , 8.100; 30 cash; balance $10
Benson & Carmlchael
642 PAXTON BLOCK.
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a farm or ranch tell
the farmer and stock raisers about it. Th
best way to reach them Is through
Thll agricultural weekly goes to 40.000
homes of fanners and stock raisers, so It
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will Und a buyer
among them. The cost of un advertisement
Is small 2 cents per word in small typ or
$2.60 per inch if set in large type.
IHHTWKNTIETH CENTURY FARMER,
Are No Better Than These Bargains.
150$ Ohio St., tt rooms, water, otuy $1,360.
or 2112 Grant St., 8 rooms, modern, barn.
Or 4ol2 N. 26th St., water, barn, big lot,
Or k:4 Decatur St., 6 rooms, good location,
W. T. GRAHAM, Bee Building.
BIG SNAP. .
$360 for 3304 Hamilton, 4 rooms, city water,
gas and fixtures, brick walks, nice repair;
D. V. SHOLES CO.
722 N. Y. Lit.
8NAP FOR SOMEBODY.
Pottawattamie County, Iowa, IGO-acre Mis
souri bottom furm. one mile from sta
tion and three mil its from river, $.".5 per
acre, half cash, or can take well-located
good Omaha residence In part payment.
J. B. Piper, till Bee Building, Omaha, Neb.
RE M 862
WANTED Competent young lady for office
wnrlr Miiat Iih fft.iwl mt fiuupa ......
knowledge of bookkeeping. State age, ex
perience and Balary expected. Good posi
tion to the right parly. Address, y 57
Bee. x C MsdO 29x
FIVE ACRES For sale at low price of
$l,9u0.00. Located on North Twenty-fourth
street near Fort. A very desirable loca
tion to Improve. Qeurge & Co., 18 X Far
ram street. , RE Mi61 Jl
TREES and Plant. Crete Nurserle. Crete,
'& RE M325 2Sx
BEST bargains Km farms and ranches.
Write Willis Cadwell, Broken Bow, Neb,.
for list and Illustrated pamphlet.
.. .- !' UE-M731J23
FOR SALE, tvnive-acr fruit firm at
viw,uw-h, ivnwi wier iroai, young
r.range and banana grove, and good house.
Address Lock Box 66, Uiltner.
RANCH and farm 'lands for sal by th
Union Pacifio Railroad company. B. A.
McAllaster, land , commissioner. Union
PaclUo headquarter. Omahu, Neb.
SEE Spencer's bargains, 620 N. Y. Life,
R 13 6-3 Jl
REAL ESTATE bargain. Full lot and
three houses ln E. V. Smith's addition,
only, $2,260. Thomas Brennan, 209 So. lath
treet. RE M606
C1IAS. Uiltiomcnn C U. H. Nat I
K. uiiiiaiuwii vo. , Bank Bldg.
$2,000 for one of the prettiest lots on Far
nam hill, 60x126, east front, near Mr.
Joslyn's residence. Harriaon & Morton,
912 New York Life.' RE M866
MUST BE SOLD
A fine six-room cottage, east front - on
8. llth at. boulevard, between Dorcas and
Bancroft, city water, sewer connection ln
kitchen, gas for cooking and lighting;
house has three bedrooms, nicely papered
throughout, and In good condition; large
front and rear porches, cistern, good out
buildings and walks, fine maple shade
tines; alley ln rear. Owner wants to close
out before Jan. 1st, and has made price
$1,600. This la a splendid opportunity for
some one to get a tine home at a moderate
price In a nrst-cluss location; only one
block from the Farnam cur line. Will show
you the house at any time. Don't fail lo
see this property before you buy.
Payne, Bostwick & Co., Sole Agents,
601-3 N. Y. Life BMtr.
RE MS96 28
English & Co., Paxton Block,
For Quick Sale
Nine-room residence, largo east front lot,
on grade, walking distance, $1,600; reason-'
Lnitce lot, on grade, facing two streets,
walking distance. $460. RE MSW
MADAM MOYN1HAN, graduite School of
Occult Science, New York. Expert palm
ist, clairvoyant, phyi'ignoinst , traces and
dene Her ih.evea or Iri.nda; locales min
erals. I will guaian:ee my readings in id
the charges will be nothing If I cannot
see your fiLnds as they are or desc.ibe
your home, 1 have read for the late
Pretldent McKlnley. Mrs. Totter Palmer,
Mme. fattl und many other prominent
people. Will accept engagements to read
und entertain ln homes.
1616 LOLULAS BT.
B M866 28k
desires to thank her patrons most heartily
for their liberal putronaKO during the year
19o$ and wishes all Oinuha people a happy
This wonderful woman la Just ending her
vevenlh year in Gmiha and is prepared to
enter upon the eighth fully realizing that
It means increased amount of hard work.
Rut she appreciates Omaha and her peo.
pie and Intends to remain permanently,
l'urlors, 715 N. 22d. U-M,
BIBlNEtSS MEDIL M. 718 N. IHh st. '
UYLMER, palmist, 716 N. 23d; 'phone B
3215. 8 42J
MRS. CARRtK SMITH, SOVEREIGN
IuADY QUEEN of clairvoyants; every,
thin- told, paat, present nnd future. Sat
isfaction or no pay. k07 N. 18th. S 124
THOS. J. KELLY, voice. Davldge block
LETOVSKY'aV ORCHESTRA. Tel. L-2M
BFCHTOLD'B uulon orchestra. Ill 8.
13th st M (. Jl
OMAHA P'.ano and Musical Instrument Re
ix lr shop Tel 3462. Pianos bought and
sold 115 N. lr.th. U4
OIL Van Btor. Co.. 1611. Far a. Tela. 1669-Mj.
rOH M T UOIIKI.
HDI IP ,n a" Part" f city. The
1IUUJLJ 0 F Davis Co.. U Bee Bldg.
HDI ln a11 rrt" t the city. R.
IIUUJW Ci i.eler, & Co- fcee j3ldg.
TO MOVE right get Orr.alia Van Storage
Co., office loll! f arnain, or Tel. 16u9-8u4.
PAYNE-BOSTW1CK & CO., choice houses.
601-6U3 New York Lite Bldg. 'Phone lulu.
SEVERAL good houses. $10 to $18. Chri
Buyer, 22 d and Cuming. 'Phone 2049.
WE MOVE pianos. Maggnrd Van & Stor
age Co., Tel. 1W. Oihce, 1713 Webster St.
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Rlk.
4 D 423
FOR RENT, 6-room house. 2663 Woolworth
ave.; porcelain bath, gas, hot and cold
water; newly painted and papered
throughout $20. J. H. Sherwood, New
Yo-k Life Bldg. D Mwji
2818 S. 19th St., 8-room house $20.00.
126 B. 18th St., 6-room house, well $10.00.
8215 Burt St., 8-room cottage $6.60.
319 N. 17th St., 6 rooms upstairs $12.00.
M'CAOCE INVESTMENT CO.,
1606 Dodge St. D 696
2716 BRISTOL, 7-ronm house; bath, ga. city
water, $20.00. McCague Investment Co.,
1606 Dodge St. D M478
7-ROOM, all modern house, hot and cold
water. 2010 Poppleton Ave. D llttf
6-ROOM modern flat. 1112 8. llth. D 496
FOR RENT 7-rooin house, city water and
larpo yard, 24:!1 Kmmet St., $15.
JOHN W. ROBB1N3, 1802 FARNAM ST.
TO RENT New, finelv furnished 9-room
house, West Farnam district, for few
months, to flrst-el-iss party without chil
dren. W. Farnam B'.nlth Co., 1320 F-'r-nam
St. D 677
FOR RENT Modern six-room house on
West Fnmam car line. The O. F. Divls
Co.. 608 Bee Bldg. D-704 28
No. 2112 Txicust et.. 8-room modern house,
very attractive place, In convenient loca-
tlnn. Rent, 1.25.00 per month.
Ono of the bst and most attractive 7-roora
houses ln Hsnscom Park dlitrlct, all mod
ern; will ip"se for ono year or longer,
$50 per month.
No. 138 N. Sfcth ave., very attractive and
desirable resHence of 11 rooms, modern
throughout. $fi0 per month.
No. 3604 S. 20th St., S-room modern houae
two block" south of 20th and Vinton sts.,
car line, $26 per month.
No. 16U Howard Bt., 2 flflts. consisting of
12 rooms. In ht of repair. $55 per month.
N. W. cornr 28th nnd Jickson sts.. 9-r"om
modern house; convenient location; $39.00
GEORGE & COMPANY.
, 1901 FARNAM ST.
. I D-M672 J3
7-room cottage, modern Improvements. 263?
Parker, $25. Inquire Carpenter Paprr Co.,
12th and Howard. D M8ti 29
FOR RENT 7-room cottage In good repair,
235 Parker St.. $18. Inquire Carpenter
Paper Co., 12th and Howard. I
n MS66 ?9
MOSEY TO I. OAS CHATTELS.
It will pay you to desl with an old and
reliable firm and establish a credit where
you can secure money when you need It.
on Furniture, Pianos, Horses, Warehouse
Receipts, etc., the property always re
maining In your possession.
on your own agieernent to repay, If you
hold a salaried position.
will convince you that the conditions of
our contracts are the most liberal in all
respects of any obtainable In the city, and
our service Is quick nnt' without any pub
licity. When you find llnecessury to bor
GIVE US A TRIAL
and we will by fair treatment attempt to
retain your patrons ge.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Wourd of Trade Illdg. Tel. 2295.
, (Etabllshed 1892) So6 bo. 16th St.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURE, PIANOS, LIVE STOCK,
Low rates and easy terms.
Try un if you want to wave money.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
633 Paxton Block, 16th and Farnam S's.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and other with security; easy payments;
larget-t business In 49 principal e'ts.
Tolmun. room 440 Chamber of Commerce
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
ficople; business confidential; lowest rates.
14 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, hc i'S'S. cows, etc. C. F. Reed, K19 8. II.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans: Foley
Loan Co., It. 6, Barker Block. X ill
SALARY OR CHATTEL.
OUR PLAN IS THE CHEAPEST, BEST
AND MOST PRIVATE IN OMAHA;
PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOUR CONVEN
IENCE AND INCOME.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
ROOMS 307-30S PAXTON BLOCK.
Johnson Institute, 515 N. Y. Life bldg. T. 1'VH
The Hunt Infirmary, McCague bldg. T. 2:152,
Atsen Farwell, Paxton blk., 604-7. T. 1383.
PR. GRACE DEEGAN, 832 N. Y. Life. Tel.
Fayette Cole, Osteopath, 609 Paxton block.
CHAMBERS' Ne Academy, 2434 Farnam.
Adult bea-inncr. Mondays and Saturdays,
p. m ; assemblies, Wednesday. :M p.
m.; children beginners, Wednesdays, 4 p.
m., Saturdays, 2 p. m.: advanced, Satur
days oply, i p. in. 'Phone, F-1871; r. s.,
MORAND'S, 15th and Harney; adult beain
nets. Tues. ec Fri.. 8 p. rn. ; children, teat.:
assemblies. Wed. Tickets for lessons sold
at a reduced price this month, uood until
used; ptlvate leosons dally. Tel. 4L
' -934 J7
LAW ASD t OI.I.ECTIOSS.
BTILLMAN & PRICE. 410 1st Nat bk. bldg.
NEW 8NOW-CHUROII CO.. lit floor N. y"
Life bldg., attorneys and collectors every
Arthur L. Warrick, 401 Ware blk. Tel. 1324.
W. V. WAPP1CH, ADVICE free. Creighton
Blk M -Vi I
FOR REST FARMS.
16u acres rich bottom, adapted to corn and
grain. J. B. Piper. 611 Bee Building-,
Omaha, Neb. tf M7i
ANY poor gh-l In need of a friend can
call or write to the matron of the Hal
VHtlon Army Home for Women, 324 N.
24th St., Omaha, Neb. U Mi-1 Maylx
Stammering Cured. J. Vaughn, Hamge Hid,
CAI.IT7.0 Meet m at Huteson'a. expert
optlciin, !u S. 16th St.; going to gel a
iiilr or his 1'atent Slip Not eye glasses
le tests free. U Jl
ROBINSON'S Shining rarlors. 1320 Doug
las St. U M86V J6
M A riMCTir treatment A baths. Mme,
mnvj-i i i smith. 118 N. 16. 2 fir. H. 2.
U M944 1-SX
ELITE parlors. 015 8. 16th, 2d floor.
MONEY loaned on valuables. 1.TI6 DoiiRlts.
U M960 J 8
SMOKE the best-Blnderup Cigars
SPECIAL FOR THE
We offer a French briar pipe, with 24-lnch
umber mouthpiece, for $1.00. Bioecker
Cigur Co., 1404 uouglas, and ul 221 S. It-ill,
I'axlon Block Cigar Store. U Ml
SHOP MADE SHOEB Lang's, 718 S. 16th
a i. u o r
BARTON Printing Co., 12-16 Barker Blk.
U-M400 J 14
Broadfleld Printing Co. We print almost
everything. u Jackson nu; pnonn ami.
U M-9 J14
Strong Varloy, stamping die. 12f Dodge.
U-M398 J 14
SMOKE Capt. Freer Greenlander. 410 8.
13th. U-419 J14
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths. 720 S. 13th it
U430 J 16
TEL. 325, that's the Gate City Steam Dye
ing and Cleaning Works. 618 S. loth St.
DR. GSANTNER, dentist, 309 Ramge blk.
U 47 J17k
THE REQENT Ladles' toilet parlors and
bathery, needle spray, electrical ond In
ternal; manicuring and hair dressing. 206
Ramge bldg. Tel. 2079. Ladles only.
WE RENT sewing raachlr.es at 75c per
week, $2 per month; we repair nnd tell
parts, for every machine manufactured;
second-hand machines from $1 to $10. Neb.
Cycle Co., 16th and Harney. U 443
"VI A VI" way to health. 346 Bee building.
Omaha. Li 444
PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladles before and
during contlnement. Dr. and Mrs. GcriBch,
3626 California, at. Terms reasonable.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all discuses
and Irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. 1613
Dodge St., Arlington block, Omaha.
PRIVATE hospital during conflnemnt;
babies adopted. Mrs. Gardels, 2234 Lake.
, Tel. Hed-1884. U 446
ritl VATE home during confinement ; babies
adopted. The Good Samaritan Sanitarium,
728 1st ave., Council Bluffs, la. U-626
WATER'S PRINTING CO., "1212 Douglas
t. U M069 tf
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement. Mr. L. Fisher, 2615 S. IHh.
Tel. 1889. U 447
MAGNET PILE KILLER. IT CURES. AT
druggists, $1. U 448
WHAT'S nicer than accordion pleating?
We do nothing hut the finest. Goldman
Pleating Co., 2W Douglas block. P 450
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes gnrbaR')
' r.nd dead animals at reduced prices. 621
N. 16th. TeL 1779. U-451
MINNIE TEMPLE Furnished rooms. 606
N. 16th, 3d floor. U 101.
OMAHA DYE WORKS, 1516 HOWARD,
fashlonaMo cleaners; dresses, suits,
cloaks draperies, rugs, luce curt-Ins- we
dye carpets. V M727 J23
X E. WALLACE. TAXIDERMIST, ffft 8.
SIX magailnes for 1 year for $2; cut rates
on 8,600 publications; catalogue free; good
solicitors wantel; sulury and commission
pr.ld. R. B. Wallace, 307 Brown Block.
U-M783 J 26
CALIFORNIA for 25o. Big tllustrnt-d
magazine: questions answered. Western
Empire Co., 116 Times Bide., Los An
geles. U-M3S7 2Sx
r electro plating.
UULU Old metal I i nrtlcle- r ude new,
Qll VPR OMAHA PLATING CO.
01L,VCr REMOVED TO 1508 HARNEY.
When You Write
remember It only taken un extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention tb fact that you
li the ad ln The Bee.
ALL OR PART of valuable U. 8. patent
to exchange for mining stocks. A Miner,
bll N. 16th. Z 162
WILL trade beautiful pluno or horse.
Schmoller Mueller, 1313 ,sniam m.
FOR EXCHANGE Fresh cows for dry
ones, at 26 Ames ave. Si 887
THIS WEEK'S ISSUES,
containing ads of a
"Nebraska Towns Contest,"
May be obtained at Th Be business offlc.
tC PER COPY.
WANTED Competent, energetic, experi
enced salesmen to sell a new article In
Omaha, South Omaha, Council Bluffs and
vicinity. Jobbers, manufacturers and
wholesale trade only to be called on. Th
Brunawick-Bulke-Collender Co., 407 and iOJ
S. 10th St., city. M 4.1 10
FOR 3 A. LB HOItS Ei, WAQOSS, ETC.
NEW and 2d-hand vehicle for sale; re
pairs, li. Frost, 14th and Leavenworth.
81 LAS IGO, 1,1 v Stock Auctioneer. Pure
bred slock a apeclulty. palmyra, la.
II J. COWGILL No fee unless successful.
31.1 B. loth St., Omaha. Tel. 171)8. 3&3
PATENTS Sues & Co., Omaha, Neh. Il
lustrated patent book free. Tel. 16:3
BOOKKEEPER Oood references, wants po
Itlor. Address Y 43. Bee. A 707 28x
YOUNG man desires place to work for
board while going to school. Boyles C l.
lege. Te'. 19-4. A-89
IIORIHA.NU AND TVFE WH1TI.SU.
A. C. VAN BANT S school. 717 N. Y. Life.
NEB. Bueinea At Shorthand College. Boyd't
CAPT T. CORMACK. 617 Karbach block.
Tel. A-2S32. 4ufi
THE BEPOUT DETECTIVE AGENCY
78 N Y LIFE TELEPHONE 851 7'
Theatrical and nun. Lieben. 101$ Faroam,
COSTUME8 fur rent. Back, 3318 S. 2'th st
CUT-RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. PhUblii, lUum Faniam. 'Phoue 784.
1 1 ESS S.VOIKUM, 1416 Farnam. -439
I. HENDERSON, llorlst, 1519 Farnam Ht.
PlHSITt RH PACKISO.
Peterson Lundberg. U5 8. 17th. Tel. -2T
TATER FOR THE PUBLIC PRINTING
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received
until Jaiumfy 14. 19u4, at 10:30 o'clock n m.,
for fuiiii-hlng the PAl'ER for the PUB
LIC PRINTING and BINDING for the
year ending 28th of February, 19116. the
said proposals tn he oponrd before and th
wrdnf contracts to h made bv the
Joint Committee of Congress on PtiMM
Inntlng to the lowest nnd best bidder
for th Interest of the Government, the
committee reserving to Itself th right to
reject nny ntul all bids, us Its judgment of
the be-t Interests of the Government may
Detailed schedules of the description,
quantity, and quality of the paper re
quired, accompanied by samples nnd blank
proposals, and giving ihe regulations with
.w hich blddi rs must comply, enn be ob
tained by addressing F. W. Palmer. Pub
lic Printer. Washington, D. C.
The contracts will be entered Into for
supplying such quantities of paper as may
b? needed ibir'ng the year, and no more.
The estimated quantities set forth In de
tail In the schedule comprise:
90,000 reams machine finish printing
20,000 reams machine - finish printing
86,600 reams si led and super-calendered
white or tinted printing paper,
400 reams antique machine-finish print
82,600 reams white writing paper, various
sizes and weights.
1,800 reams colored writing paper, va
rious sites and weights.
8.100 reams cover paper, various sixes
10,000 pounds of best plate rnpor,
250,000 pounds of best map pntM-r.
700,000 pounds superfine (single and
double) coated book paper.
6.650 reams manila paper, various sixes
154.000 pounds bond paper.
20,000 pounds artificial parchment, va
4.000 pounds parchment deed.
10,000 sheets plated bullet patch, 16x21
10,000 sheets hlgh-flnlsh onion skin, 15x24
170,000 sheets cardboard, various colors,
sizes nnd weights.
8,600,000 sheets brlstol board, Various colors,
sizes and weights.
9.101 reams first-class ledger paper, white
or blue, laid or wove, various
sizes and weights.
9,200 reams second-class ledger paper,
" white or blue, laid or wove, va-
1 lous pises nun weif;nis. t t
6,300 reams tissue and copying paper. w
40 reams blotting paper, any required'-
color' and weight.
650 reams plaid, marble, comb and lin
ing paper, various sixes.
K20 reams typewriter paper, various
sIxcb and weights.
1,116 reams letter, note and quarto-post
200 reams whits French folio, 17x22
2.000 sheets parchment, 15x21 Inches.
Proposals will be received for one thou
sand reams or more.
By direction of the Joint Committee of
Congress on Public Printing.
F. W. PALMER.
WASHINGTON, D. C, December 17. 1!iJ.
OFFICE OF LEE-GLA8S-ANDREESEN
HARDWARE COMPANY, OMAHA, Neb.,
Dec. 12. 1903. Notice is hereby given to th
stockholders of the Lee-Glars-Andreesen
Hardware company that the annuul meet
ing of the stockholders of the company
wl l be held at the offices of the said com
pany, corner of Ninth and Harney streets.
In the city of Omaha. !n the state of Ne
braska, on Tuesday, January 12, A. D. 19U4,
at I o'clock p. m., for th purpose, of sleet
ing a board of director for th company
to erve during the ensuing year,- und to
transact such other business as may be
presented al uch meeting. H. J. LEE,
Attest: W. M. GLASS. Seuretnry.
" T .
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls for the week ending Janu
ary 2. 1904, will close (PROMPTLY In
ail cjses) at the General Pustolhce aa fol
lows; PARCELS-POST MAILS close on
hour turlkr than closing time shown below,
Parcois-post malls for Germany close ut 6
p. m. Monday, per b. b. Malu.
Regular ana supplemental malls close at
foreign Sia.lon n.tlf hour latir il-an clos
ing time shown below txcept that Supple
mentary ivialla for Europe at A Central
America, via Colon, close uu hour later at
TUESDAY At 8:30 a. m. for ITALY direct,
per a. s. Vlncenso Florla (mall must be
directed "Per s. s. Vlt.cenxo Florla."
WEDNESDAY At 7:?0 a. m. for NETHER-
..A N Uo direct, per a. s. Rotterdam (mall
must be directed ''per s. s. Rotterdam");
at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 11:30 a. m.)
for Europe, per s.' s. Cedrlc, via CJuceus
town (mall for France, Switzerland, Italy,
Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Egypt, Greece,
Biltish India and Lorenzo Marques must
be directed "per S. a. Cedrlc").
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE.
SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN, POR
TUGAL, TURKEY. EGYPT, GREECE,
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAH
QUEZ, per . s. La Touralnn, via Havre
(mall for other parts of Europe must be
directed "per s. s. La Touruine").
SATURDAY At 6 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. Philadelphia, via Bouthamirton
(mail for Ireland must be directed "per s.
B. Philadelphia"); at 8:30 a. m. for BEL
GIUM direct, per a. a. Finland (mall must
be directed "per s. a. Finland"); at 9:30 a.
m. for SCOTLAND direct, per s. s. An
chorla (mull must be directed "per s. s.
Anchorla"); at 10:30 a. m. (spplcmentary
12 m.i for EUROPE, per s. s. Etriirla, via
Queenstown; at 11 a. 111. for DENMARK
direct, per s. s. Uliuiil imall must be di
rected "per B. s Island").
After the closing o. .he Supnlcmantnry
Trans-Ailantlc ii..lN named nlnv, addi
tional Sui plement-iry Malls ure open d tin
th- piers of the American, EuvHsli,
French and ilcmin steamers and remain
open until within Ten Minut'.-s of the hour
ot .aiili g of steamer
Malls for South a ail Central America,
West Indies. Etc.
TUESDAY At 7 a. m for ARGENTINE,
I Itt (it At anu i'aiiaui'ai, per s. s.
Horace; at 9 u. m. for PORTO RICO (or
dinary mall only), per r. s. pathfinder, via
May-agues; at 9:3n a. m. (supplementary
10 30 a. in.) for CENTRAL AMERICA
(except Costa Rica) mid SOUTH PA
CIFIC PORTS, per h. s. - Seguranca, vi:i
Colon (mall for Ouutrmalu must be di
rected "per s. s. SeKUriinca"); ut 9:30 a.
m (supplementary lo:3o a in.) for 1NA
GUA. HAITI and SANTA MAHTA. per s.
a. Adirondack; at in a. rn. for GRENADA.
TRINIDAD and C1UDAD BOLIVAR, per
WEDNESDAY At 9:10 a. m. for NEW
FOUNDLAND, per s. s. rnviu; ai 11 m.
for BARHADOS and NORTHERN BRA
ZIL, pejr s. s. Flumlnense, via I'ura, Mar-
. . -. k. .. a,. ,1 f'lUtrU
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA, per .
S. V lgliailCia III1H1I 4'i wr.i' v, ,ia I i-
irreso. Camped und Vera Crus must be
directed "per s. a. Vigllancla"); at 12:3f t.
m (supplementary 1 p. tn ) for TURKS
ISLAND und DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.
I 1 - - York
SATURDAY At 'M a. m. (supplementary
9:30 a. m ) lor lihai.ao din . 1 . .
I'ELA per H. B. xnarac.Hioo annii ior
Savanllla and Cartcg-ena niuat be directed
"per s. s Marucalbo"); at 9 a. m. for
PORTO RICO, per a. s. Ponce, via &an
Juan - at 9:S a. rn (sunplemeiilary 10.. a.
in) for FORTUNE ISLAND JAMAICA,
8AVANILLA and CARTAGENA, per s.
B Valencia (mall for Coetu Rica must t
directed "per s. s Valencia''; at 9 30 a. m.
(supplementary 10:3o a. m ) for INAGUA
and HAITI, per . a. Flandrla; at 10 a. m.
for CUBA, per s. a. Mexico, via Havana;
Lt t p. m. for ARGENTINE. URUGUAY
and PARAGUAY, per s. s. Sailor Prince.
Mall For-arffed Overlaad, Etc., Ex
CUBA Via Port Tampa, FU., closes at this
Utic daily, except Thursday, at 16:
a. m. (the connecting malls close her
on Mondays, Wedne dajs' aud Batur-
MEXICO CITY Overland, unless specially
addressed for d. epaiih by uteamer, clones
at this offk-e dally, xet Sunday, at 1 30
p. m. tfnd 11-30 p. -n. Sundavs at 1 9. m.
. nd 11 .Dm p. in.
NEV FoUN DLAND By rail to North Syd
ney, and tl.sncc by st amer, closes tt thU
oltlce ually at Mr) p. m. (conueci)ng null
clo.e here iy Monday, Wsilasadi.y fc;U
JAMAICA By rail to Roston. and th-noe
by stsamcr, c at tin offlc t 6.tv p.
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