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4 will ba dallTarad presentation of
U SUMMER SCHOOL
F.very dny la an enrollment day.
J 'I he bread and butter aclencca are our spe-
I'enmnnshlp, Practical Grammar, Book
keeping Stenography, Touch Typewriting,
. Call, writ or 'phone for Information.
H. B. BOYLLS. President.
r New York Life bid. R 694
CUT-BATE TICKETS everywhere! P. It
Ptiilbln, 1506 Farnam and opp. L'nion sta
' tlon. Tela. 784 and 1673. K 895
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel.
CITY SAVINGS BANK paya 4 per cent.
EAGLE Loan Ofllce; reliable, accomoda
ting; all business confidential. 13ol Douglas
. ANTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co., Il N.
16th. Tel. 1779. It 803
, EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co., moving and
storage. 214 N. 16th. Tel. 1195. R 9w
' 1'UBLICITY DESIGNS WHEATON In the
l Bee bldg. . R-901
" SIGN painting. 8. II. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
. H. W. M'VEA, Plumber, 1124 N. 26th. Tel.
3747. R 904
OMAHA BICYCLE CO., 16th and Chicago.
I fIIRP Stammering and Stuttering.
I v-urvii j. Vaughn, Ramge bid., Omaha
STANDARD (lit era. Huber. Tel. S31S. 3301
Farnam. . . R 909
fim nBILVER NICKEL Plating Om.
uulL'I'lBtlii Co.. 1508 Harney. Tel. 2555.
Repaired and reset. Gniatia Stove Repair
Work a, 1207 Douglaa at. Tel. SW.
A. MURPHY A SON, horaeshoera, carriage
builders, general blacksniilhing. Tel. 11. ti.
1410 Jackson. R -M499 S5
NAT. STEAM DYE WORKS. 211V4 S. 14th.
Tel. B2229. R-M376 SI
OMAHA SCHOOL SUPPLY CO.. 1621
Howard at. R M757 Sin
MODELS ' and experimental machinery
built; patented articles and novelties
made (or lnventora and others; model
makers supplies, tools, castings, gears,
etc. Write for terms. Alf. R. Gardner,
Atlantic. Ia. R M765 B10
A GOOD laundry plant In a good town (or
sale. Inquire of Box Pender, Neb.
X 141 x
1 PRIVATE party wants to borrow $1,600
,' from responsible private party for 30
riuVI nn AniLfitflua rit la tttru 1 aaii.ltv
W 61 Bee.
v in ir
WANT to borrow $750 from private party
on my diamonds for 30 days; don't an
swer unless you are responsible; willing
to pay $i'5 for use of amount. W 62 Bee.
. . . Y-131 15x
WANT to borrow $;I76 on my diamonds for
. .two weeks. References exchanged. W 63.
.ft Bee.. : .t Y 133 15x
liK 1. I stores bought and soid. every state;
, special pian. x. v. uniest, it. f., fill
N. Y. I Bldg. . Y-915
ABBOTT-COWAN CO., 1st Nat. Bk. BJdg.,
tun gei juu in or uui ui uusineas.
SHOLES-AHilSTRONQ CO., 723 N. Y. Life.
Tel. 49. Y 612
S WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your property or business quick, sec J.
11. Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life, 'Phone L2270.
TO Ket In or out of business, or If you want
to buy or sell real estate see Omaha Rual
Estate and Business Chance Agency, 4u
N. Y.. Life bldg. Y-914
A YEARLY Income guaranteed to the ones
Interested lth us, a proposition as good
oa a government bond; last month's divi
dend paid equaled 20 per cent; bunk refer
once giver.: write for literature and pros
pectus, which will be forwarded free upon
application; representatives wanted. Davi
dor Promoting Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
Y M417 A18
BUSINE3 CHANCES FARM LANDS.
OMAHA APPRAISAL COMPANY,
322 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG ,
Do you want to retire irom business? If an
we have an exceptional proposition to sub.
THE NEW SNOW CHURCH CO..
, First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
A NEW modern front storeroom to rent for
, clothing store in Nebraska's best town of
l,6u0 Inhabitants; an exceptionally good
opening; building to be completed October
1. Address T 60. Omaha Bee. Y M494 19
FOR SALE, a prosperous grocery business
In Fremont, Neb : slock J3.5UO; reason for
selling on application. Address W 9, care
of The Bee. Y M72i 23x
FoR 8ALK Restaurant and confectionery
In county Beat town of 2,000, doing good
v,':. business; 13 furnished rooms in cornier-,-
tlon; water and gas In building; rent,
S;5; witl sell for Invoice. Best of reasons
for selling. Address St. 16, care of !(..
?'." 11.200 BUYS business furniture and fixtures
' of first class new hotel in growing town
of 1.000; sickness reason for selling; in
vestigate. Address W IS, care llee
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
FARM iind city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas. First Nal'l Bunk bldg. Tel.
PRIVATE money, V. D. Wead. 1620 Douglas.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith 4 Co., 1320 Farnam st. -
MONEY TO LOAN. Payne Investment Co.
I per cent loans. Garvin Broa., 1604 Farnam.
Bemls, Paxton block.
MONEY to l"an on real estate at t and 6U
per cent. W. B. Melkle, 2o6 Ramge Bldg.
' W M43
FOR SALE HORSES & WAGONS
HIGH-GRADE rubber-tire runabout,
slightly auiled, at half value. Also good
top buKtey and harness, ehoup. Juhnxon
Danfoith, S W. Cor. loth U Jones Ms.
H E the fine line of vehicles for sale by
Fiort, 14th and Leuvenwurih. P 9ii9
W. J. LA PAGE, carriage and wagon; 2d-
lioud Vehicles for sal--. li07 Jackson. Tel.
t ' 26. P kxi A20
15 NEW UTILITY WAGONS below cost.
I'a axles end wheels, -it. body, buiigy
top on sent. Sinp. t uy em u. J ii uiii
mond, 18th and Harney. P M778 tf
, ' 1 N K -Lf K ) K 1 N l J fsnilly horse a. .1 aliri. l
new fttanlHipe. Club studies, 3'th and
l.. vuiim oi tn. (' MM!
When You Write
reoiemter it cly tl.s au ex'r stroke of
lt vt to t'o to "trillion the lct that va
iLa al lu 'liit Uca,
WANTED MALE HELP
FALL TERM of the
Omaha Commercial College
17th and Dcuglas Sts.
Opens Thursday morning, September 1.
New classes In all departments. Best t me
to begin night school September 1. Send
(or free catalogue. Address:
ItOHKBOUOH BROS., Omaha. Neb
. B M137 20
WANTED FOR TJ. ? ATtMY Able-bodied
unmarried men between ages of 21 and 34,
citizens of I'nlted States, of good charac
ter and temperate habits, who can speat,
read and write Engl.ah. For Information
apply to Recruiting Offlrer, 13th and
Douglas sts.. Omaha, Lincoln. Ncb;( or
Sioux City. Ia. B M297
WANTED-Bookkeeper for grain bualneaa;
must give references. Address 1 '48, Bee.
WANTKD, salesmen for full line of poul
try and veterinary remedies; liberal sal
ary and expenses to right party. The F.
C. Sturtevant Company, Hartford, Conn.
B M378 16x
WANTED, three carpenters, steady work.
25 cents nn hour. -Address Jos Shlestger,
Contractor, Yutan, Neb. H M7o2
DRUG employes, managers, salesmen. tc,
for any state. F. V. Knlcst, R. P., 701
N. Y. L. Bldg. B M708
WANTED Salesmen who are selling gro
ceries to ranchers to handle our goods.
Address Chicago & San Franrloco Gro
cery Co., San Francisco. B MM6 S12x
WANTED $8 to 112 weekly easily earned
by either sex knitting seamless hosiery
for the western market; our Improved
family machine with ribbing attachment
furnished worthy ' famll'gs who do not
own a machine on easy payment plan:
write at once for full particulars and
commence making money; no experience
required. United States Woolen Co.. De
troit, Mich. B MS13
300 MEN WANTED for packing house la
borers, butchers, etc., at South Omaha;
good wages and permanent Jobs to com
petent and satlRf'-.ttory men; no office
help or watchmen needed. For wage
and partlciil irs send name and aoaress to
T 39. Bee office. Omaha.
WANTED Men to Icar barber trade. Ad
vantages of steady practice and instruc
tions are given that cannot be had else
where. Few weeks completes. Can nenrlv
earn expenses before finishing. $12 to $15
weekly paid graduates Call or write.
Moler Bnrber College. 1302 Douglas St.
B MS99 19x
AMKRICAN BARBER COLLEJE. leading
barber school In the wes. Write for
turns. It "47 20x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
to GIRLS; Canadian office. 16th and Dodge.
O. K. American-German employment office;
oldest, most reliable In Omaha. 1524 Dodge,
C M495 85
WANTED, good girr for general house
work; references. 933 N. 26th st.
C MSU 15x
WANTED Ladles to learn halrdresslng,
manicuring, facial massage, chiropody or
electrolysis (removing hair and moles by
electricity); few weeks completes; can
nearly earn expenses before finishing;
graduates earn $12 to $J0 weekly; diplomas
granted. Call or write Moler College, 1303
Douglas street. C M898 19x
WILL GIVE a paid-up business and short
hand scholarship to right party, same to
be paid out of salary when course is
finished and position secured. Address
W 3S. Bee. C M83o 31
WANTED Olrl for general housework,
three in family. 2106 Douglas.
C M9S5 lfix
WANTED A position, by young woman
recently thrown upon her own resources;
energetic, Intelligent and refined; able
willing to work. Address W 31, Bee.
A 820 17x
WANTED By competent person, a posi
tion in millinery house (wholesale pre
ferred), or care of a gentleman's home
and children. Address W 31, Bee.
A 819 17
WANTED Position as waiting maid or
governess by a refined American girl, 20
years old, having 12 years schooling In
Germany, speaking fluently German and
French; reads and writes. English-and
speaks the latter well; willing to Instruct
young ladles. Address W 20, Bee.
A M851 15x
WANTED, by an experienced lady with a
boy io years oia; position as nouseReepcr
In Omaha; also place for a girl 13 years
old to take care of young children for
board while attending school. Address
B 620, South Monroe St., Grand Island,
Neb. . A-M953 16
SITUATION as housekeeper, Immediately.
Address Mrs. J. C. Rhodes, Shelby. Ia.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
:D-HAND safe cheap. Derrght, 1119 Farnam.
100 KINDS of Mineral Water. Sherman A
McConncll Drug Co., Omaha. Q 951
FOR BALE Several scholarships In a
first-class standard school in Omaha,
comprising complete course in business,
shorthand and typewrltllng. Inquire at
Bee ollice. Q 852
TELEPHONE poles; long fir timbers;
cheap chicken fence. 801 Douglas.
8ewing machines, 75c week.
We repair and sell parts
for. every machine manufactured.
from $5.00 to $10.00.
Nebraska Cycle Co.,
'Phone 1663. Corner 16th and Harney.
FOR SALE Solid oak and mahogany top
bank or cashier's fixture, In good condi
tion, at a bargain. Address C. C. Rose
water, room 100, Bee Bldg. Q S24
ELECTRIC nickel In alot, Peerless piano
players and Reglna music boxes, big
money makers, cheap for cash or time.
Schuioller & Mueller. 131S Farnam. Tel 16J5.
TWO HEAVY STEEL HORIZONTAL
TUBULAR BOILERS FOR SALE.
Two boilers, 100 horse power, which have
been used but six years; made of firebox
steel, triple riveted, butt and Btrap Joints,
Insurance company permits of pressure
of 125 pounds. They are now In use and
can be seen at boiler house rear of Bes
building. Can be delivered about August
25. Call or pddress W. II. Bridges, engi
neer, Bee building, Omaha. Q M9u2
COMPLETE line new and 2d-hand furni
ture. Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge.
Tel. 2020. Q-066
GO TO DIAMOND Loan Office for loans;
bargains In good a In pawn. 1401 Douglna.
ANTIQUE oak bookcaae and desk com
bined. Call 2104 Maple Kt. Q 447
AUTOMOBILE $1,300 new Shelby. 2 or 4
passengers, with top, $$50. H. E. Fred
rlckson. 1502 Cupltol. Q M419 S3
FOR SALE Second-hand Drome. Apply
A. J. Simpson 1411 Dodge. Q-821
ANY DAY this week we will sell Singer
sewing machines from $1 to $10; cash or
payments. The Singer Manufacturing Co.,
1514 Douglaa St. Q MS49
FOR SALE A l-ft aalllng canoe of J. H.
Rushton. Canton. N. Y.. manufacture:
80 square feet of canvas; lop of aolid
mahogany; fan-folding center board. All
In good shape; cost when new $160 . Will
sell for $. If taken at once. Reason for
selling, need the money; now In com
mission at Lake Msnawa. where It ran
be seen, or will send Photograph on ap
plication. . Address V.' 41, Bee. J M'.fJ
l-HORHR power gasoline engine for sle.
J014 Capitol ave. Q M123 20
FOR PALE Columbia dlso graphophone
snd 62 ten-inch records, complete ftfiOO.
813 No. 17th. Q 129 17x
FOR SAI.K 75 bead freh cows and spong
ers, lnmilre 2413 Cuming street or tl.
phone S176. Q-M135 17x
WANTED TO RENT
WANTKD--Room and board in Christian
. tSeieiH', family, convenient to buairiei-a.
Aldrea W 31. Bee. K 81s l,x
WANTKD To rent hnuite aullable to keep
roitineia Tieur liurlne! center; norlh pre
ferred. Mia. L. Iilck, Lnderwuod. la.
In the 1903 competition for citj printing The Bee's competitors could not show even
5,000 circulation In Omaha. This rear they did not compete. Moral Put your want ad
in The Bee circulation brings rcsults-not noise.
THE BEE PRINTS THE MOST PAID WANT ADS. BEE WANT ADS BRING BEST RESULTS. A TRIAL
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th & ChlcgO.
DEWEY, European hotel, 13tb and Farnam.
$1.26 PER WEEK, Doran house, 422 S. ixth.
VIENNA HOTEL, 1011 Farnam; fine rooms,
ladles' cafe, private dining r.; open nighta.
THE FARNAM, 19th and Farnam streets.
Midland Hotel. i6tb Chicago; reaaonab.e.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, modern.
Apply 2519 Jones St. E Mo48
DESIRABLE room for gentleman, private
family; West Farnam distrlrt. Address1
W 8, Bee. E M7i3 lfix
FRONT room a, new modern flat. t So.
19th. E M.88 IS
DOUBLE, also elngle room; modern. 6214
So. 19th. E Mi 89 18
ELEGANT MODERN ROOM H Gentlemen
preferred, board optional, 1M4 Farnam.
v E M75H 17
COOL rooms, elegantly furnished, modern.
2310 Douglas. E M806 15x
LARGE room, cool, all modern, reasonable.
1S12 Dodge. MS06 lux
LARGE front parlor. 'Phone A -2593. Ad
dress W 25, Lee office. E MS0319
LARGE front room, modern, two gentle
men. 1923 Dodge. E-MS4 l!x
LOWER room, suitable for two gentlemen.
Address W it. Bee. ' E-MS01 19
NICELY furnished room; sll modern. 2041
Harney street. Phone 2840. E M834 16
THREE pleasant partly furnished rooms,
modern: Can be arranged for housekeep
ing. References required. 27ol Wool
worth Ave. E-M970 15x
WELL furnished bed rooms, single or
double, 315 N. 17th. E M124 20x
COOL front rooms, modern, corner flat.
1901 California. E-M12516
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
THE MERRIAM, 26th and Dodge, 'phone
86; nice, light, airy rooms, enaulte and
single rooms; veranda entire length of
building. F 845
O. M. E. TEL. 611
MESSENGERS AND BAGGAGE.
THURSTON HOTEL; cool, outside rooms,
$1.60 to 44.00 per week; board, $3.50.
Midland Hotel, 16th & Chicago; reasonable.
. F M468
FURNISHED rooms, modern and board.
626 S. 19th. -.. F M460 Six
IN NICE locality, for gentlemen; refer
ences. 2323 Harney. F 712 lax
FURNISHED rooms, with board, for a few
gentlemen. 2215 Farnam. F 771 16x
LARGE well furnished room, 'phone, mod
ern conveniences. 616 S. 22d.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
3210 CASS ST. Two south rooms, partly
lurtustieu, auii&oie lur ugiu uuuaoimuiiwi,
LARGE, desirable, unfurnished room and
board. The Utopia, 1721 Davenpoll.
G 716 15
TWO -flno rooms, office or housekeeping.
1506 Farnam, room 3. G MSf.8 15x
FOUR connecting, modern, lawn, shade, no
children. 2212 N. 19th at. G M933 16x
UNFURNISHED rooms and 6-room flat,
27th knd St. Mary'a ave. N. P. Dodge &
Co., 1614 Farnam at. G M9S2 15
MONEY TO LOAM CHATTELS
Has there not been times when It
would have been worth more than
loo cents to you? It Is our busi
ness to supply you with money
when you need it and a:iow you
to return It In small weekly or
monthly payments, as may best
suit your convenience.
We loHn on Furniture. Pianos,
Live Stock and other chattels,
and we make salary loans. Our
terms are as good as any and
better than many. We are the
oldest concern In our line In the
city, with all-around consistent
dealings to recommend us.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN COH
119 Board Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
(Established 1892.) 3o6 S. 16th St.
SALARIES, FURNITURE. PIANOS,
LIVE STOCK, r,
PAYMENTS AND RATES TO SUIT YOU.
PEL1ABLE CREDIT CO.
3J.-iU6 rAA'l'u.N UL.O..
DON'T BORROW MONEY
On Salary, Furniture or Pianos
UNTIL YOU BEE US.
J. A. HUTTON CO'., 514 Paxton Block.
3 P. C. YEAR
FROM 4100 io o,vvj lonna on juar pcrnonul
note at 2 PER CENT PER YEAR. All
good loans wanted. Call or write and get
loy system. W. lu Eastman 6c Co., Iiu8
Farnam, Omaha. - X 926
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security; easy pay
ments; largest business in 49 principal
cities. Tuliuan, room 714 N. Y. Lite.
MONEY to loan on furniture, horses, etc.,
at half usual rates. Dr. Prlbbenow,
room 215, at 2o9 S. l.uh at. Tel. B 2M4.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co.. 1504 Furnatn St. X 929
SALARY and collateral loans. Templeton,
212 Bee Bldg. Tel. 2904. X-130
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, 1
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 3i
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. STAR
LOAN CO.. 644 PAXTON BLOCK.
6EE FULLER, 425 Paxton Blk., for loans
on watches, diamonds and Jewelry.
LOANS made on all kinds of chattel se
curity, slso on SALARIES.
Low Rates. Easy Terms.
Quick and Confidential Service.
Call on us If in need of MoNEY.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
C33 Paxton Block.
WANTED TO BUY
BHONFELD, the ANTIQUARIAN, 822 N Y.
Life, paya highest price tor books. Tel.
HIGHEST prices paid for furnished Hats.
S 34, Bee. N-M51S
WANTED 100 cars of bones, also buy
crap Iron, tin foil, rubber, copper, brans
and all kinds of Junk: (n u 'so furni-'i
sash weights, any amount. Samuel M.
llfV. Hi Indiana, vuno ny, iw,
N M7 5a SlOx
Johnson Institute, 516 N. Y. Life t'ldg. T. 1644.
MRS. JOHN R. MUSICK. Osteopathic I'by
kUluu: ottiee, Douglas block. Tel. 28.3.
I'H. FA R WELL, specially nsrvoua difease.
OA i'sxtou. -Hk
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
26TH AND FORT ST.
Neat cottage, 5324 N. 2irth St.; owner leav
ing city. To be sold this week for $1,100.
N. P. DODGE & CO.
1614 Furnam St.
RE M831 16
310 ACRES CENTRAL NEBRASKA.
Fine grass and nay land; $3,2u0 lust week,
$1,100 this week; $MO cheaper each succeed
ing week until sold.
One-tenth cash, balance In nine equal
WILLIS CAD WELL, Broken Bow, Neb.
RE M 937 20
FOR SALE New brick building, 71x140 feet
In size; suitable tor manufacturing or
storage purposes; chenp if sold at once.
The Partridge-Shelly-Thompson company,
2Jth and Martha sts. RE MS41 20
F. D. WEAD,
-r modern house, 3519 Lafayette, in Bemls
park, small payments down.
RE M1C9 16
FOR SALE One note of $l,8u), due in one
year; secured by first mortgage on good
Improved Omaha property, bearing 6 per
cent Interest, payable semi-annually; also
one note for $l,6u0, due on or before three
years; Interest at 6 per cent, payable
seml-annurlly ; secured by first mortgage
on good property. Both are absolutely
safe and given by respectable parties.
Address the owner. S. 26, Bee office.
SCHOOL and Indemnity lands on the Rose
bud reservation will be offered at publio
sale August 26, 1904, t Fairfax. South
Dakota. For descriptions, price and terms
apply to C. J. Bach, commissioner of
school and public lands, Pierre. South Da
kota, RE 767 A24
TWO brand new cottages, modern except
furnace; one $1,800 and the other 82,450.
SH1MER & CHASE,
Builders ot Modern Houses.
Ilus. your property. Baker Bros. Eng. Co.
CHEAS-Williamson Co., u-1VrktoB1rd
FOR SALE Two modern cottages. West
Farnam st. uUtrict, only $1,600 each.
Thomas Brennan, Room 1, N. Y. Life
Bldg. RE 960
You can't beat these: One at $2,000, the
other at $2,500, 8 rooms each, lull two
story, cemented cellars under whole house,
porcelain bath and nickel plumbing, barn
with one; brand new, and you can't biillj
them for tho money; close to car and
easy walking distance; must be aeen la
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Farnam Street.
112 BY C27 FEET, on trackage, 24th at ant
Grand ave., near car barns, for sale,
$1,850. O. A. Boeder, Grand Island, Neb.
KJt; MSbfl 31X
DO YOU WANT A FREE HOME?
Why not take a homestead In Bouth Da
kota? Inquire W. T. DALY, 701 S. loth.
Tel. 234L RE M445 S3
TO BE SOLD
The property southeast corner of 13th and
Davenport sts.,- with two stores, two flats
above, and cottage, has been ordered SOL.D.
inis property produces good income and
cun be mude to produce more. Will sell on
easy terms. MoKe beat offer QUICK, as it
will be sold.
For full particulars see
THE M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
v 1506 Dodge St.
' " ' ' RE M398
FINE 7-room 'bouse, strlotly modern, full
lot, south front, ahade and fruit, barn and
permanent walk. Inquire 4248 Burdetle.
; . RE 744
BARGAIN td home purchasers If you mean
business. Call 436. Board of Trade.
RE M491 A21
NORTH .OMAHA BARGAINS.
7-room brick cottage, store building and
cottage attached, lot 77x161. on car line.
rents $26; $2,500, half cash. Apply to
owner, Sol N. Y. Life.
xtHJ in 44
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a farm or ranch tell
the farmer and stock raisera about It. The
beat way to reach them t through
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT 6-room modern house, fur
nished, near Hanscom purk. Apply 41a b.
16lh or U3o 28th at, D 448
PAYNE-BOSTWICK & CO., choice houses.
tiUi-toa iNew York Life Bldg. 'fhone wis.
HI lllPQ 1" all parts of the city. The
nUUOtO o. F. Davis Co., 608 Bee bldg.
THE Omaha Van and Storage Co. puck,
move and store H. li. goods. Storehouse,
1120-24 N. 1911). Office, liilMi Faruum.
Tel. 1659. . D 961
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van tt Stor
age Co. Tel. 1469. Ollice 1713 Webster at,
HOUSES, insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker blk.
Hni KPQ in all parts of the city. R. C
I1UUOLO Peters & Co., Bee Buildin
RESIDENCE on Georgia ave., near Pa
cific, lo rooms, attic, busement; modern;
east front; line grounds. 66x140; trees.
Apply 3:4 Ftrat Nat l Bank bldg. D 7u6
SEE CHRIS BOYER, 2 2d and Cuming.
NICE 6-room house, modern; lawn. 719 S.
37th at, D 181 2uz
HOUSE FOR RENT Modern, 8 rooms, 2723
Jackson street $27 60, to small family.
Wheeler & Wheeler, 16th and Douglas sis.
Telephone 186. D M442
6-ROOM. modern flat, 1st floor. 1112 S. 11th.
WEST Farnam district, -rm.. atrlctly
KJ 07tK at ft nnm IT K.1
- ' . - fc..., D ,,.(J,
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1220 Farnar.i St.
8-room modern house, 414 N.'31st St., $30.
7-room modern house, 8163 Farnam at., $25.
7- room modern house, 2620 Manderson St..
8- rooin modern brick house, near Hanscom
7-room home, city water, 1603 S. 2th St., $15.
THOMAS BRENNAN. Room 1, N. L. Life
Building. D M705 IS
FOR RENT-Ten-mom modern house west
of High school. The O. F. Davis Co.. 608
Bee Bldg. D 741 16
$30.f0 for 1615 Howard street, 6-room mod
$37W for 23f0 California street, new, $
rooms; strictly modern.
GEORGE st COMPANY,
I60I Farnam st.
HESS & SWOBODA, 1415 Farnam tit
L. HENDERSON. 1M9 Farnam. Bend for
price lint of cjjt flowers and pUiits.
ALFRED DONAQHUE. JR.. 1607 Farnam.
Tel. i-J -All
THIS FOR THAT
WILL trade sewing machine for tyre
writer. Neb. Cycle Co., 16th and Harney.
WHAT have you to exchange for a plnno?
Perfleld Piano Co., 1611 Farnam. Tel. 701.
IF THERE Is nothing In this column you
warn, put an aa. in ana you wm bm.
WILL exchange second-hand phonograph
records for others in good condition. N.
64, Bee office. "i-M222x
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A fine milli
nery stock, in a good Iowa town. Ad
dres N. M, Bee. Z-M296
FOR TRADE, half section. Woodson Co.,
Kan., In oil belt; good Improvements, all
fenced, orchard, grove. 100 acres In cultl
vstlon, 120 acres meadow, 100 acres pas
ture; leased for third of crop and $1 per
sere cash, oil lease with royalty. Price,
$40; will consider trade In desirable
Omaha residence or rental property. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam st.
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 &3, 150G Farnam.
DETECTIVE Capt. Cormack, 617 Karbnch
block. Tel. A2a32. U 976
M A flN CTIf treatment baths. Mmy
MinvJiiii t-Smlth, 118N. 16.Z fir. it. .
tl 699 Six
riprmflni'a Dye W'ks. Up-to-date clean-
vjermania cr;f dyers, in s. 13 st. t. 3027.
UATC cleaned, shaped and pressed.
nA 1 O SMAKSE'S HAT FACTORY. 6'S
No. 16th U M774 A26
TRY KELLEY'S LAUNDRY. 'PHONE 3530
TRUSSES made and fitted to men, women
and children. 14o8 Farnam st.
THE H. J. PENFOLD CO.
"VIA VI," way to health. 350 Bee Bldg.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths. 720 S. 13th.
DON'T fool with your eyes; be careful who
examines them; we test eyes free for
glasses and guarantee satisfaction.
THE If. J. PENFOLD CO.,
Ladlng Opticians, 1408 Farnam.
ACCORDION AND SUNBURST
SEND FOR PRICE L.18'1' AND SAMPLES.
GOLDMAN PLbAflNG CO.
200 DOuviiia .tijit. 'iu. 1036.
WORLD'S FAIR accommodations, every
convenience, three car lines. 7 minutes'
ride to fair. 944 Laurel ave.. St. Louis.
Bell telephone. Forest 966 A. U M3al SI
LARSON A JOHNSON, cut rates to all
points, 1406 Farnam. Tel. B2113. Mem
bers American Ticket Brokers' Assn.
U M118 SI
DR. KLAUSNER. Dentist, 607 Karbach
blk. Tel A2964. U-M411 S3
A SINGLE gentleman, president of prosper
ous corporation, wishes to correspond with
lady of means, with a view of early mar
riage and a trip to Europe this summer;
persons expecting to have tun through
such correspondence need not answer, as
they will be disappointed. Address P. O.
box 260, Washington, D. C. U 386 17x
VIENNA CAFE New management; mer
chants' lunch, 16c; snort orders a spe-
cialty. Wm. Miller, Prop., 1015 Farnam.
LADIES 26c In stampa will remove freck
les, tan, sunburn, etc; not a toilet articles
a medicine to apply each night. Myers
Dillon Drug Co., Omaha, Nub.
U M598 S6
DR. J. S. ALEXANDER (Homeopath),
Office 446 Bee Bldg. Teles., ofllce, 161;
res., set. u 691 hi
ED Yours from C- B., O. K. ; pardon de
lay; state when I can see; am going
away. BILLIE C, W 50 care Bee.
U-M 824 15x
Wanted, Theatrical troop with band
for G. A.' R. reunion, August 22 to
27. Address S. M. Torrance, Silver
WANTED By two young men of 23 and 27,
with no debts, rich wives; no trlllers. W.
L. GUELLER, Denver Mills, Colo.
U 887 16x
$100 REWARD for arrest and conviction of
anyone molesting my mall or any peniten
tiary offense. H. W. Alklre, Stewart, 111.
WANTED, street shows, balloon and other
attractions for annual street fair and car
nival, Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, at Humboldt,
Neb. Address Frank Snethen, Secretary.
U M949 16
FRANKLIN Tailoring System ttught.
1764ii Leavenyorth. U 846 S13
CHAS. KAUFFMANN, Son of Barbara,
write for your advantage to mother's
executor, care Laubacher & Keen, Attvs,
Cleveland, O. U M136 16x
HOMEOPATHIC medicines, wholesale, re
tall. Sherman A McConnell, Omaha.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and Irregularities of women, from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address,
with stamp. Dr. Pries, 16UVi Dodge St.,
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium. 728 1st Ave., Council Blufts, la.
Tel. 774. -626
8T. JOSEPH'S hospital; everything modern,
Tel. 117. M 488 Six
LADIES. Anterior Regulator, aure. $2 00
box. The Columbia Co., Clarlnda. Iowa.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. Mrs. Dr. King, 606 N. 16th,
$d floor. Tel. 269. M265 A16
FOR RENTSTORES & OFFICES
FARNAM STREET BUILDING
Fine building, 22x100, 4 floors, elevator:
steam heat; water; alley, etc.; well adapted
for wholesale business on lower Fttriiaut
st. For further particulars see
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO.,
001-3 N. Y. Ufe bldg.
TWO-STORY building, 1512, and the second
floor 16U8-10 Howard. W. II. Bushman.
IF A GOOD light is needed, we can show
you a north Hunt office on the fifth floor
a splendid room, at the moderate price
of $20. R. C. Peters A Co., ground floor
Bee building. 1 2'2
A $10 office in the Bee building carries with
It all of the conveniences and advan
tages in the way of heat, light, janitor
service, all night and all day una Sunday
elevator service. A $10 office la now va
cant. Call at once. H C. Petera & Co.,
ground floor, Bee building. 13-3
THREE-BTORY and basement brick bldg.,
lot)3 Farnsiu, 22x100, hydraulic elevator
suitable for wholesale or uifg. 314 1st
Nat. bank bldg. I M877
FOR RENT Warehouse, ground floor, 6,000
square feet with office and trackage, at
17th and Nicholas sts. Inquire of Wood
man Linseed Oil Works. I M726 IS
DESK ROOM at 711 N. Y. Life bldg.
STORE CENTRAL LOCATION.
1611 Jlowaid street, with basement. .. .$60.00
GEORGE A COMPANY.
lo-Jl Farnam st.
PATENTS It. A. Sturgls, registered attor
ney. Pstents, trademarks, copyrights.
No fee unless successful. 617 JNsw York
Life building, Omaha, Neb
SUES A CO., Patent lawyers; advice free.
Three offices: Bee building, Omaha, Neb:
1M Dearborn t. Chicago. III., and 1003 F
St., Washington, D. C Tel.
R 689 A1JX
11. J. COWGILL. 430 Paxton blk., Omaha.
PRINTING ( 'h Of"! Work.
; i;' , 7r t Crounse block, corner of
LYNVjS 1 AU loth St. and Capitol Ave.
KRAMER A CHANDLER. QUICK PRINT
ERS, llo3 Farnam. To deliver work when
promised is our noDoy.
J M. SIRPLFSS. rellble printer. Estab
lished 12 years. 203 S. 13th St,, Omaha.
LOST Frldav evening, on Sherman ave.
car, near or at Courland Beach, ladles
hat pin, surmounted with agate stone In
gild top with monogram. Reward If re
turned to Mr. W. R. Bennett. Main floor,
Bennett's. Loat-M 98 lbx
FOUND Pair of gold spectacles In case, on
Harney St. between 14th and 16th, Friday
morning. Owner can have same by call
ing on Mr. W. R. Bennett. Main floor,
Bernett's. Found-M987 16x
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
A. C. VAN SANT'S school, 717 N. Y. JJfe.
FACSIMILE letters, envelope addressed,
Boyles college. m&
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
E. F. MCREARTY, Atfy., 437 Paxton. Tel.
JOHN M MACFARLAND, New York Life
bldg., room 304 and 319. Tel. 1662. 1000
GYLMER. palmist, 716 No. 23d. Tel. B3246.
BUSINESS MEDIUM. 718 N. 17th street.
S M669 S6x
When You Write
remember It only take an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the faot that Toa
aw the ad In The Bee. 1
O. M. E. Tel. 611
MESSENGER AND BAOOAOa
. 161$ Farnam Street.
WILL GET YCJR BAGGAGE THERJJl
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNIOX STATION TENTH AND MARC Y.
Chicago, Bock Island A Pacific,
Chicago Daylight Limit a t :M sot
Chicago Daylight Looai y..a 7:00 am a pa
Chleaxo Eipriws .'..bll:01 a a 14 p
Des Moines Iipmi a 4:0 pa bll:IO aa
Chicago Fast Eapreas a 1:44 pa a l.U pa
Rocky Mountain Limited a T:I0 am a t .tt aa
Lincoln. Colorado Springs, Da- .
nr. Pn.blo ant al:Mpa a f : pa
Cbicaaco Great "Western. h
Bt Paul Mlnnaapolla Llralte..a t:Mpa a T:ll aa
St. Paul ft Minneapolis Kxpreas.a 7 M aa al:Mpa
Chicago Limited a 4:60 pa aia iOaia
Chicago Eipraas a a 4:0 pa
Tha Ovarian! Limited .a :40 am a l:M pa
Colorado California Expraaa...a 4:10 pa at:40aa
Chicago-Portland Bpacial a 4.10 pa
Bartern Expraae a l:J pa
Columbus Local b 1:00 pm f:Mea
Colorado Bpacial a T:4ia
Chicago fpmual . a 'am
Beatrice Local b 1:10 pa k 1:1 pa
Past Mall a(:aa , l:apa
Chicago Jt Morthvreatevn.
Past Chicago a (
Local Chicago all
10 :00 pa
11 :40 pa
a I t pa
a 1:4 pa
It -.ii am
a 1:1 pa
Daylight St. Paul a I
Daylight Chicago a I
Limited Chicago a I
Local Carroll a 4
Kaat St. P.u; a
Local Bioua City a BU Paul b
Chicago E 1 1' real
NortulS & UoneitMt ...
Lincoln Long Pin
Deadwuod & Llncoll, ..
Caspar A Wyoming ....
St. Louta Ktaor
a am a:tpa
4 pm a t oo pa
Vpa all. 6 aja
Kanaaa City at St. Louis nipraaa. .an
World's Pair Special a (
It. Louis Cannon Ball Bxpnaa..a
N.w World' Pair a 1
Local froa Council Bluffa a I
10 pa a t:st aa
46 aa 1:00 pa
1 aa a 1:00 pa
Chicago Kxpresa a J
Chicago Limited .a J
Minneapolis Bt Paul gipreM. . T:
Mlnnsapoll at Bt. Paul Llmtla..a 7
CUicaaro, Milwaukee) it.
Chicago Daylight Exprea J
Callfornla-Uraaoa felxpr a
Dw-rlaitri Umiud S
:0 aa 10:M pa
:0pa a 1:0 aa
:0 pm a (:0t pa
Mam all: pa
: pa a 1:10 pa
to pa a t aa
:6 aa a t'.lu pa
Ds Mom a okobojl Bipraaa... :
BIRLISGTOJI BTATIOK 10TH A MASON
Chloaso, Burlington A gnlaep.
Chicago special a t:U pa
taioago VaaUbuled Expreaa a 4:00 pa a I: aa
Chicago Loual a .! sil.es pa
Cbicaso Limited Pa a 1:40 pa
Past Mall :Upa
Kansas Clip, St Joacpa A Council
Kauaa City Day Kspraas a :U aa a :II pa
i. Loula f Iyer a pa aU:ut am
feUuaaa City Night Exprsa al0:a put a . aa
xiurllliatton Missouri Hirer.
Wyaore, tMalrlce at Llueola a I M am blJ M pa
Neuiaaaa auprea a 16 ia a :u pa
Lauver Uuuled 1 4:lv put a . ua
Uiaua Hill a fusel Bound Ex..U.l pu, a d o pa
Colorado Vaaiiouleu plyr a:pm
Lincoln raat Mall b l:t pa all:ue pa
ort crook a puiumoBie J M pa autf:ti aa
ataiiu a Puio juocuoa a 10 pa a .al aa
feallevue at IrnclSa au'.uuon a :0 atu
Itaiiavu aud piaiuinuuiu oil. I pa
U EBSTKIl Dtf OI-IBTH A WEBSTEfb
. LaT. Arrtr.
HaMvak LoeaL l Wplnf '
Wiar b 410 pa til M pa
1 liloaao, St. Paol, Mloueavolla A
Pwl CUP Paa.ngr ilWta b I I pa
siuua I'uy paauar a 1 .00 pa all .Maa
UakUad utai b pa b aa
a Dally, b Daily except Sunday. 4 Dally una
Saturday, a Dally except Monday.
t.mw 'i wlu-St.fw Dlaauara el la,u 1a.
uKK Hon tliUAM, l UUIILUO.
Salllus TuUay, at U A. M.
Koordaa Aug. ii lioticrdam ..j... Sept. I
fciai.ielaa Aug. W F.yuoam Sept. II
Polvlain Augx. xtNoorOam Sept. M
ItOLUAKD-AMEKlCA LINK Dearboya Ml.. -.
caao. 111.' Hairy Moon. 111 rnea L , O
katberfora. UU Paruaa Kl J. awya!, leal
rORT MEADE. S. V . Jhu. 15. 11-04 -B.-Hled
proiHwala, In triplic ate, will be I -celved
until i P m., Aupjusl IS 1904. for
ronairucllng- at Fort Meade. 8. IJ. a five
hundred tlioussndgHllon relnforeed cn
crete reservoir, putting In new water dis
tributing eyatem. cunxiHllna; of about 7 1.0
feet k liich pipe, 11,3:0 feel 6-Inch ille. 41
flie hydrants. Ihfoi mation furnished upon
application. United Hiate reservea right to
accept or reject any or sll propoauis or
any piirt thereof. Kiivelopea conialtiltin
proposals to be timrkeii "I'mposale for Res
ervoir and Vnter SyMein," addraed
HKiiKfiK L. J'kitAM, Coiieirurtlne; unar
teriuaater. -tylS l-it 21-A10-16
(a THE I1SU3ASCE FiaD.
No action has at J-et been taken on the
application of the con fl a era tlon rharte In
the west, but It la expected that something
will be done aoon. It Is not known whether
the order, when It Is Issued, will affect
Omaha or not It la said that some details
remain to be arranged before the plans
decided upon will be given out. The gen
eral opinion' prevails among local agent
that the charge will not affect this city,
aa there seem to be no specially congested
district which would come under the rules
at present considered, and which will
It la said that fire Insurance companies
are at present watching packing house
risks very carefully' on account of the
strike In progress. Although nothing has
aa yet been made public which would In
dicate that companies currying the rlxks
are 'not perfectly satisfied, still It Is whis
pered that all la not as peaceful as the
surface would seem to Indicate. Strenuous
objection has been made to the manage
ment of the various houses employing
nonunion help. It Is asserted, against tha
lodging of such help In the plants. By
such action on the part of the packing
companies. Insurance men contend, hm
ha sard has been greatly increased. A
great deal of bedding tins been taken into
the packing plants to accommodate em
ployes and It In Impossible to prevent tha
men smoking when they are penned up so
long. Matches and bedding do not go well
together in the estimation of insurance
men. They also say that there are many
other ways through which the risk is In
creased. The fire loss of the United States find
Canada for the month of July, as compiled
from the carefully kept records of the
Journal of Commerce and Commercial
Bulletin, shows a total of $11,913,200. The
following comparative table exhibits the
losses for the first seven months of tha
years 1902, 1903 and 1904:
1P02 19o3 0A4
January $15,(132.800 $13.1.3oO f 21,7!fft3nO
February 21.010,510 16.flW.ai0 90,051 ,C)
March 120M,fV) ,9f7.iO 11.212.1W
April Ig.ftM.iW 13.K49.OeO Zl.tVJS.OHO
May 14,0.0U1) 16,366,800 15.321,400
June 10.245.350 14,6M,3n0 10,t4'.. 7')
July 10.028.OiX) 12.R38.6ii0 11,923,200
Totals 197,133,860 S9t),63.650 ls4.467,uoO
During the month of July there were 220
fires of a greater destructlveness, each,
than $10,000, but they may be classified as
$10,000 to $20,000 - 80
20,000 to 30,000 40
30.000 to 50.000 SO
50,000 to 75.KIO 13
75,000 to 100.000 : 16
1oo,nno to a 0.000 23
200,000 to 700,000 6
The important flres during the month
Just closed were these:
Cleburne. Tex., railroad shops $281,000
Tuxedo Park, N. Y., dwelling and
Boston, Mass.; grain elevator and
Brooklyn. N. Y.. automobile factory. 350.000
Duluth, Minn., railroad property .... 300,000
Bellefont, R. I., dye works 200,000
The fire loss of the United States and
Canadn for July amounted to $11,923,200.
Company managers are still confronted
with the commission question,' which is of
vital Interest to local asents as furnishing
the basis on which they are to do busi
ness. Many plans have been advanced for
an Improvement In the' system of paying
commissions. Some of the managers as
sert that every commission agreement
adopted during the last few years has re
sulted In raising the expense of the Inter
ested companies. They now want some
plan devised which will have the effect of
reducing expenses In somo measure.
Notea from the Offices.'
K. O. Rohnnnon, state agent of the Co
lumbia Fire, was In the city Saturday.
C D. Talmnge, assistant secretary of tha
Columbia Fire, has gone 'to Colorado oil
his summer vacation.
J. M. Hilton, special ngent of th Bun
Fire of Enjrlnnd. was a visitor In Omaha
the latter part of the week.
George Penfleld, special agent of ths
North German Insurance company, spent a
few days In the city during the weak.
State Manager Fleming of the Mutual
Life of New York has gone to the north
ern lakes for his annual outing and rest.
S. M. Patterson, special aent of the Co-
lumbla Fire, came In durinc the week and
spent a day at the home office of the com
pany. ' .
Preston N. Kelsey, assistant manager of
the Sun Fire Insurance company, was a
caller at the offices of Brennan, Love A
Co. during the week.
Edward J. Holllstes of Chicago, with the
Are Insurance department of the nercan
tlle agency of R. O. Dun & Co., was call
ing on local agents during the week.
Among the questions asked by a local
company of nn applicant for an agencv was
this one: "Have you been In the business
all your life?" The reply received to the
question was: "Not yet."
The Central Union Life IP new venturo
launched In India napolls. It will begin to
seek business early In September. The
company will qperate as a' mutual under
the legal reserve deposit law.
H. H. Gould, general agent for the Pru
dential. Is in Iowa. -He has been in poor
health of late and on this account decided
to take a rest. He and Mrs. Gould are
spending a few weeks with relatives.
Omaha is affected by the decision of the
Kings County to retire from business, as
that company was represented In this city,
and its line will now have to be cancelled.
Tlfe company was owned by the Atlas, and,
owing to the Increased holdings of this
company through the purchase of the Man
chester, it concluded to wind up the affairs
of the company, as It only Increased its
lines in the large cities.
On the first and third Tuesdays of each
month the Missouri Pacific railway will sell
both one way and round trip tickets at
very low rates to certain points In Kansas.
Arkansas, Oklahoma, southwest Missouri,
Texas, etc. On the round trips stopovers
will be allowed on the going Journey with
final limit of twenty-on6 days to make ths
trip. For pamphlets, time tables, rates,
etc., write or call on any agent of ths
company or Thomas F. Godfrey, passengep
and ticket agent. S. E. corner 14lh and
Douglas streets, Omaha, Neb,,
Grand ricnlo at Blair,
Thuraday. August II, '
W. A. Log Rolling Association.
Muslo All Day.
Afternoon and Evening Danes.
Only to Cents, .Round Trip Faru
Special Trains from Webster Street Station
1 a. m.
"The Northwestern Line."
Kaw York and I'hlladelphla
cannot be more pleasantly or conveniently
reached than by the Grand Trunk-LeliUh
viiv Route. Solid through trains, mag
nificent scenery. All trains run via Niagara
Descriptive literature sent free on appli
cation to Advertising Department, Grand
Trunk Railway System, 135 Adams street,
Chicago. Geo. W. Vaux, A. O. P. T. A.
To Itoston and New Kiiajand
Via Mlchlgun Central. "The Niagara Falla
Route." Through sleepere to "The Hub
of the Universe." City ticket office, lit
Adams street; Central station, 12th street
and Park Row; Great Northern and Audi
torium hotels, and Sherman house.
. SZO.tiO 10 :aieaBn. ... .
The Chicago Great Wealern railway will
sell apeclal round trip ticket to Chicago)
at $20.00. TlrketB good for return until Oo
tuber II. For further Information apple
to I. P- Parkhurst. general aaeat, UIJ
Par cacn street, Omsk. Na
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