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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1804.
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H. B. BOYLES, President
New York Life Omaha.
CUT-RATE TICKETS everywhere. P. H.
r'hilbln, ln06 Farnam and opp. Union Ma
lion. Tela. 764 and 1673. K 8.8
1 T;Y KELLY'B TOWEL 8UPPLY. Tel. 3530.
CiTT 8A VINOS BANK pay per cent.
2AGLB Loan Offlce; reliable, tewmmoda.
fins; all bualnee confidential. 1301 Drnjles.
A NT1-MONOPOLT Garbage Co., 621 N.
16th. Tel. 177B R 981
PUBLICITY DESIGNS WHEATON. In the
Bee bld(. R-9e4
SIGN PAINTING 8. H. Cole, 1802 Douglaa
11. W. M'VEA. Plumber. 1124 N. 26th. Tel.
. . -
B'ACTABD FILTERS Huber. Tel. 3913.
ism Farnim. R 9S8
STOVE& FURNACE REPAIRS
0 u, jui. Uu. uoug. Omaha btuve Rep. VV'ke.
1'. MF.LCHOm. machine works. 13th and
tl he Omaha Warehouse Co., 609 Jones;
'phone 16; mdt-. storage and forwarding.
S.1ELIN ft CO., TAILORS. 817 S. 16th.
CM AH A PLUMBING CO.. Tel. 3846. John
Vorilstrey, Mgr. Res. Tel. 3914.
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
211 S. 11TH. 'PHONE 264.
!Vliy c:.riy your soiled linen? Our wagons
call and deliver same. Bills collected
monthly. R M224 016
t"lWE harness and saddles, trunks, bags;
all leather suit case, $5. Alfred Cornmh,
12l6 Farnam. R M113 U13
IWANTED Good business man with $10,000
cash for the best proposition in Nebraska;
permanent position with salary. Address
A 67, Bee. Y-M384 lBx
A GOOD opening for drug store and dor.
tor, In a. good town, only one drug store
In town; competition weak; have a fine
new, up-to-date room with fixtures and
offli-e. Address A 62. Bee. Y-M329 21
IjKUG stores bought and sold, every state;
Lpeclal plan. F. V. Knlest ft. P, 701 N.
i. L. bldg. Y-992
ABBOTT-COWAN CO., 1st Nat. Bk. bldg.,
can get you In or out of business Y 993
WHOLES-ARMSTRONG CO., 722 N. Y. Life.
let. Ill ; Y 894
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your property or business quick, see J. H.
Johnson, 442 N. Y. .Life. 'Phona L227U. .
, Y-U95 '
TO get In or out of business, or If you want
to buy or sell real estate see Omaha Real
Estate and Business Chance Agency, 4u5
N. Y. Life tldg. Y 696
TWO-CHAIR barber shopi bath tub; cheap.
K G.- Brown, Lanesboro, la.
. - Y M192 241
J"CR SALE First-class restaurant and con
fectionery, doing good business; reason
for selling, poor health. Address Box 66,
Fairmont. Neb. Y MS40 20x
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
l' A GOOD light Is needed we can show
oa a north-tront oftice on the tilth lloor,
a solenoid room, at the moderate price of
W. R. tf.;yteis ft Co., ground floor. Bee
building. " J 622
A J10 OFFICE In the Bee building carries
with it all of the convenience and advan
tages In the way of heat, light, janitor
service, all night and all clay and bunday
elevator service. A 110 oftice is now va
cant. Call at once. R. C. Peters & Co.,
ground. floor. Bee .building. I 23
8-STORY and basement brick building, 1003
Fsrnam, 22xltW, hydraulic elevator, suit
able for wholesale or manufacturing. 314
First Not'l Bank building. I 13V
FINE JOBBING BUILDING.
At 1018 Farnam street, 3 stories and good
basement, 22x100 feet, with alley, steam
heat, gas, water, elevator, etc. Al build
ing and location for wholesale business,
requiring about 9,000 feet of floor space.
Possession at once. For full particulars,
PAYNE. BOSTWICK ft CO., 601-3 N. Y.
. Life Bldg.
THIS FOR THAT
WILL trade sewing machine for type
writer. Neb. Cyole Co., 15th and Harney.
WHAT have you to exanange tor a piano?
Perneld Piano Co, 1611 Fur nam. Tel. 701.
IP -TH&RE Is nothing In this column you
want, put so ad. In and you will soon
get it. Z 153
WILL exchange beautiful piano for driv
ing or draft corse. 8chmoller ft Mueller,
1313- Farnam. Z M487 03
WILL exchange high-grade piano for type
writer. Sehmoller & Mueller. 1313 Fnr
nam. Telephone No. 1025. Z M4S8 OS
WILL exchange 400 acres fine land In Mon
tana for Onutha residence propertv. Ad.
dress A,tfr Bee. Z 101
FOR EXCHANGE No. t Bmlth Premlor
typewriter, good ss new, for rubber-tired
top buggy or phaeton. . B 14, rnre Bee.
" Z 431 , Wx
FOR SALEHORSES & WAGONS
t EXPRE88 WAGONS and 1 top wagon, al
most new; will sell cheap. Johiwun ft
Danforth, s.w. cor. 10th and Jones sts.
FOR SALE Horses tar city driving or de
livery. Your livery trade solicited In
either buggy or carriage work. Mel
choir's Livery Barn. P M200
FOR BALE Good family horse. Sara'l
Burns, lilt Farnam. P M223 19
HIGH grade, rubber tired, Watertown,
easy riding buck board; an eastern novelty
good as new, at a. big sacrifice. Johnson
ok Danforth, a. w. cor. 10th and Jones sts.
BUY your wagon or buggy from H. Frost,
14th aad Leavenworth. P 176
FINE $375 pneumatic Plan hope, nearlv new,
$126; open pneumatic runubout, $60. Druni
mond. lMh and Harney. P M416
FOR SALE, trap, good condition, cheap for
cash. Jolt Emmet at. P-M419 19x
II. J. COWGILL. 430 Paxton blk.. Omaha.
PATENTS H. A. Bturgls, registered attor
ney. Patents, trada-inarks. copyrights.
No fee unless successful. 617 Ntw York
Ltfe building. Omaha, Neb. MluuO
Bl'Kfl ft CO., Patent Lawyers; sdvlce free.
Three oflUes: Bee building, Omaha, Neb.;
164 Dearborn St.. Chicago. III., and lOul F
St, WaauUgUin, P. C Tel 1621.
WANTED MALE HELP
FALL TERM NOW OPEN
Omaha Commercial College,
17th and Douglas Sts.,
New classes in an oear (.men ts. Best tlm
lo DPglll nignt nctioo, n" lanwr o.
for flee CHtalogue. Address. .
ROHRilOUUH BROS.. Omaha, Neb.
MEN TO LEARN barber trade; fre rall
a r .... ,.n,lr in convince
you of this being the BEST and oniy re-
imuic, inmi practical uuiw
the United States. Write for catalogue
today. Western Barbers Institute,
Omaha, Neb. B M267
WANTED FOR V. S. ARMT-Able-hodlrd
unmarried men between ages of 21 and to.
cltlsens of United States, ol gooa cnarac
ter ami temnerata habits. who speak.
read and write English. For Informuilon
apply to Recruiting Officer. 13th and
Iouglas sts.. Omaha. Lincoln, Neb, or
Bloux City. la. oaiiji
WANTED Two city salesmen at once. C.
F. Adams Co., 1619 Howard BU B-557
DRUG employee, managers, salesmen, etc.,
for any state F. V. Knlest, R. P.. 7ol
N. Y. L. Bldg. B D7K
WANTED Four boys with bicycles; steady
work; good salary. 212 South 13th st.
P 973-0 11
WANTED Young man to learn sten
ography during spare time. Good salary
when competent. Address E. C, this of
WANTED A good horseshoer. W. O.
Mercer, Fremont, Neb. B M215
BRICKLAYERS wanted, at government
corral, 22d and Hickory. M. P. Keefe,
contractor. B M1S9 19x
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; spe
cial inducements to distant applicants;
splcndiil dema'id for graduates; top wages
paid; few weeks completes; can nearly
earn expenses before finishing. Call or
write Moler Barber College. IMS Douglns
Bt. B M342 23x
8-YEAR-OLD Shorthorn and Jersey: fresh.
S4th and Manderson. R M315 zjx
WANTED A boy with some experience In
drug store, with No. 1 references; ralary
small to start with. Address A. L. Huff,
1923 Lake st. B M323 19
WANTED Offlce boy for doctor. One to
live with the family. Address, B 4, Bee.
B M393 20x
GROCERY clerk wanted; young man With
references. u vv. bnraaer, ZDm ana
Blondo. B M382
WANTED Energetic young man for real
estate business, one wno is raminar wiin
cltv preferred. Kenney Real Estate and
Investment Co., 300 Bee Bldg.
WANTED Marble putter; general work
man, who can also letter ana trace gran
ite. Address Hasting" Marble ft Ornnlte
Works, Hastings. Nob. B M447 19x
ANY nerson to distribute our samples: 1S
weekly : steady. Mgr. "Kmpire, 4 wens
st. -Hcho. Til. B MITI 1lr
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Girl for general housework;
small family; good wages. 3009 Marcy.
60 GIRLS; Canadian office, 16th and Dodge.
O. K. American-German employment office.
Oldest, most renaDie in umunn. iwt
Dodge. C-M3S0 OS
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Must be good plain cook. Smnll family.
Good wages. 1329 8. 32nd tt. Telephone
WANTED Ladles to learn hnlrdresslnp
manicuring or racial massage; spiemna
demand for graduates; $12 to $15 weekly
made; six weeks completes; can nearly
earn expenses before finishing. Call or
write Moler College, 1302 Douglas St.
C M343 23x
WANTED A good girl to do washing and
Ironing at the Creche, 19th and Harney
ts. C-M464 22x
SALESMEN wanting a good, easy-selling
siae line or furniture, on commission,
made by a thoroughly reliable manufac
turer, please address Barnard-Cope Man
ufacturing Co, Minneapolis, Minn. ,
SALESMAN WANTED-We want to em
ploy a first-class traveling salesman; must
have good record and acquainted with dry
goods and general store trade In Ne
braska; permanent position and liberal
pay. Address B 18, Bee office. M460 19x
WANTED SITUAJIONS .
YOUNG MAN desires place to work for
board while going to school; experienced.
Boyle's College, 1984. A-963
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SECOND-HAND safe cheap.
100 KINDS of Mineral Water. Sherman ft
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha, W 16
FOR SALE Several scholarships In a flrst-
ciass stanaara sciiool in Omaha, compris
ing complete course la business, short
hand ana typewriting. Inquire at Bee of
fice. Q 85ft
TELEPHONE poles; long fir timbers;
cheap chicken fence. 901 Douglas. W 166
Sewing machines, i5o week.
We repair and sell parts
for every machine manufactured.
from $5.00 to $10.00.
Nebraska Cycle Co.,
'Phone 1663. Corner loth and Harney.
FOR BALE Solid oak and mahogany-top
bank or, cashier's llxture, in good condi
tion, at a bargain. Address C. C. Robe
water, room loo, Bee bids. Q-H424
ELECTRIC nickel In slot. Peerless piano
players and Reglna music boxes, big
money makers, cheap for cash or tlmo.
Schmoller ft Mueller, 1318 Farnam. Tel 1625.
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 strap Joints,
Insurance company permits of pressure
of 15 pounds. They are now ready for
inspection and delivery. Cull or address
W. H. Bridges, engineer, Bee building,
COMPLETE line new and 2d-hand furni
ture. Chicago Furniture Co, 1410 Dodge.
Tel. 2020. Q 169
GO TO DIAMOND Loan Office for loans;
bargains In goods in pawn. 1401 Douglas.
FOR SALE Second-hand Brome.
A. J. Simpson, 1411 Dodge.
FOR SALE Lot of second-hand Are brick.
Inquire Engineer Bee building. (J M314
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; bar fixtures of all kinds;
easy payments; send for catalogue.
Brunswlck-Balke-Collender, 407 8. 10th St..
Omaha. C M562 B23x
POOL' TABLES and show cases. 1407 Har
ney st. Q MU7
AUTOMOBILE $l,S0O new Shelby, 2 or 4
passengers, with top, $860. H. E. Fred
rickson, 1502 Capitol. Q M713 09
FOR BALE Cheap, 170-ton bottom hay In
stack, 10 miles from 907 4th ave., Council
Bluffs. A. 11. Reed. Q MI17
FOR SALE Oldsmoblle runabout; sur
prisingly lively and In perfect condition;
will sell at a bargain. Inquire F. N. Ba
con, Baum Iron Co., 13th and Harney. It's
worth Investigating. Q M311 21x
ENTIRE contents 6-room flat, sold in parts,
fall today 2129 Farnam, top floor, west
side. Q-M441 24x
FOR 8AI.E-85 head fresh cows and spring
ers. 933 N. 25th. Q 450 20x
BARGAIN, cook stove, air tight wood
stove two-burner gas stove, one-burner
gHS stove, folding bed. Call Mondav. 02
Harney st. 2i'x
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
E. K. MOREARTY. Attorney, 437 Paxton.
Tel. A-2639. .. lu$
JOHN M. MACFARLAND, New York Life
bldy, rooms ut Mia w. lei. iMi.
An ad in The Bee's "FURNISITED ROOM" COLUMN will rent your rooms.
An ad in The Bee's "FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS'' COLUMN will bring you a buyer
for what ydu have for sale.
RATES lc PER WORD; 10 words 3 times 30c. No ad taken for less than 20e.
THE BEE PRINTS THE MOST PAID WANT ADS-BEE WANT ADS BRING THE BEST RETURNS ALWATB.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th ft Chicago.
. K It
DEWEY, European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
VIENNA HOTEL. 1011 Farnam; fine rooms,
ladles' cafe, private dining r. ; open nights.
Midland hotel, 16th ft Chicago; reasonable.
I ROOMS; housekeeping. 1112 8. 11th.
- 1W A11B2
TWO front rooms, elegantly furnished;
large modern stone house. 'Phone H-2534,
24J3 Cass. E M636 03
SOUTH front parlor; modern.
NICE comfortable room for one or two
gentlemen; veiy reasonable; modern. 1425
N. 17th. E M914
TWO nicely furnished rooms; modern. 115
O. ZUin. , M4M MX
Rooms furnished and unfurnished.
Rooms with or without board.
Rooms for light housekeeping.
Call at R. 8 N. Y. L. 'Phone 133.
E M189 25
NICE furnished room and good board.
tsouin zutn mieet.
SEVEN-ROOM, furnished house; all mod
ern; gooa location. Address H 13. Bee.
E 436 19x
STEAM heated parlor; neatly furnished.
DESIRABLE5 rooms for light housekeeping;
everytning modern. eo4 N. litn.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
O. M. B. TEL 61L
MESSENGERS AND BAGGAGE.
THURSTON HOTEL; cool outside rooms.
$1.60 to $4.00 per week; boara. $3.60.
Midland hotel, 16th & Chicago; reasonable.
VICINITY of high school; modern south
front rooms, including board, $o per ween.
2406 Cass. 'Phone A-2693. F 607
WANTED Roommato, by a young man of
Zl years or age; must De young, weii-ap-pearlng
and respectable; house Is strictly
first-class In every respect; board good
and room large and well furnished; rates
$25 per month. Address Y 29, Bee. F 9J0
DOUBLE parlors, well furnished; hot and
cola water in rooms; also large ciuseis;
board; rates reasonable. 618 8. 19th.
TWO desirable front rooms, with excellent
board for two or three gentlemen. 2sil
St. Mary's ave. Telephone L2724.
, F-180 20
FURNISHED, front room and board; suit
able for two. 116 ci. oitn Bt.
LARGE, pleasnnt rooms, modern detached
houne. lawn, first-class board, convenient
to city. 1818 Capitol ave. F M413 20
TWO suites at the Georgia; one now va
cant, other vacant Oct. 1. 'Phone 2K11.
104! Georgia ave. F 439 20
NEATLY furnished rooms with hoard.- 1722
Dodge st. F-438 21k
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
f0 CASS ST. Two south rooms, partly
furnished, suitable for light housekeeping.
ROOMS, single and en suite, in St. Mary'
bldg, corner 27th and St. Mary's ave.
N. P. DODGE & CO,
1614 Farnam St.
Q M21B 19
THREE or four unfurnished rooms; mod
ern; furnace hent and gas; references re
quired. 650 8. 26th ave. G M374
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Have there not been times when
It would have been worth more
than loo cents to you? It Is our
business to supply you with
money when you need it and al
low you to return it in small
weekly payments, as may best
suit your convenience.
We loan on Furniture, Pianos,
Live Stock and other chattels, and
we make salary loans. Our terms
are us good as uuy und better
than many. We are the oldest
concern in our line in the city,
with all-around consistent deal-
Inas to recommend us.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
(Established 1892.) 3u6 8. 16th St.
3 P .C. YEAR
FROM $100 to $o,000 loans on your personal
note at 3 PER CENT PER YEAR. All
good loans wanted. Call or write and get
my system. W. L. Eastman ft Co, 1108
Farnam, Omaha. X 134
LOANS made on all kinds of chattel se
curity, also on SALARIES.
Iow Rates. Easy Terms.
Quick and Confidential Service.
Call on us If in need of MONEY.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO,
633 Paxton Block.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security; easy pay
ments; largest business in 49 principal
cities. Tolman, Room 714, N. Y. Life.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 S.
13th. - X-138
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. 8TAR
LOAN CO, 644 PAXTON BLOCK.
SALARIES, FURNITURE, PIANOS,
LIVE STOCK, ETC.
PAYMENTS AND RATES TO SUIT YOU.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
307- PAXTON BLK. TEL. 1411.
SEE FULLER. 425 Paxton block, for loans
on watches, diamonds and Jewelry
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co, 1504 Farnam St X 136
SALARY and collateral loan.
212 Bee Bldg. Tel. 2904.
CAN TELL YOU
that vie treat patrons fair and liberally;
and If you want money you can get It
from us without delay or publicity and
repay the loan in payments of $100 weekly
or $4.00 monthly, or more if desired. Pi
anos, household goods, etc, taken as se
curity, or loans on salary by giving us
your personal note. It will pay you to
call and ses us before you borrow. Open
every Tuesday aad Saturday evening until
THE J A. HUTTON CO,
614415 Paxton Block.
Johnson Institute, 615 N. Y. Life bldg. T. 1664
MRS. JOHN R. MUSICK. Osteopathy Phy
siciun; offlce, Douglas block. Tel. 823.
DR. FARWELL. specialty nervous disease.
604 Paxton. 17
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
A. C. VAN BANTS school, 717 N. Y. Life.
FAC SIMILE letters, envelope addressed,
fioylea Collare. ( 101
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
HENRY A. TOWNSEND
14 years acquaint
Will give full in
Monday, Sept. 19th, at
The Real Estate Co. Office,
1201 FARNAM STREET.
Join cheap rate party going soon.
Lot In Bluff View addition, on 16th st,
north of bpencer: west front; paving fully
F. D. WEAD,
1524 Douglas. RE M399 18
Choice residence property, house of 7 rooms
besides store room; built for a home of
best selected white pine and flmsned with
same material, best piumbing, porcelain
lined bath tub, marbie wanhstano; beau
tiful lawn, excellent location and easy
walking distance; owner leaving city and
will seil at s bargain. Price 3,2u0.
VV. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
13.0 Farnam Btreet.
BARGAIN to home purchaser, If you mean
business. Call 4J itorU ol Iraue.
FOR BALK One note or $1,900, 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,6oO, due on or before three
years. Interest at per cent, payable
seml-annualiy, secured by first mortgage
on good property. Both are absolutely
safe and given by respectable parties.
Address the owner, 8 25, Be office.
CSAS- Williamson Co.tv-
Illus. your property.
Baker Bros. Eng. Co.
NORTH OMAHA BARGAINS.
7-room brick cottage, store building and
cottage attached, lot 77x181. on car line;
rents $25; $2,B00, half cash. Apply to
owner, 301 N. Y. Life. RE M447
FOR SALE or Trade Good prairie lands In
Burleigh and Kidder counties. N. D. Ad
dress A 63, Be. RE M313 19x
22 FEET ON DOUGLAS ST.
$2,500.00 for 22x132 feet on south side Douglas
near liith bt. A good business loi ut a
very low price.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 Farnam St
RE M350 21
NEW HOME ON WIRT ST.
has 6 large rooms, all modern; cellar under
entire house; on monthly payment $2,100.
F. D. WEAD,
1524 Douglas. RE M 400 19
AN EASTERN OWNER will sell two mod
ern brick flats for $2,500. You can live In I
one and the rent of the other will pay for
U1TJ niiuic inui'triy. J
Room L New York Life Bldg. RE Mill
Owner leaving olty Oct. 1. 1904. will sell
his home at a sarrltlce; 2815 Capitol ave.; 7
room modern house, except furnace; house
was well-built for a home; good plumbing,
good cellar, fine lawn. This is a snap at
' ' N. P. DODGE & CO,
1614 Farnam St.
RE Ma 19
TWO brand new cottages, modern except
furnace; one $1,800 and the other $2,450.
8H1MER & CHASE,
Builders of Modern Houses. .
300 BEE Bldg. is the place to get your
SUICK LOANS, . BARGAINS In good
OME8. Either for sale or rent, ana the
place to obtalnSAFE FIRE INSURANCE.
KENNY REAL EST. & INV. CO.
RE M406 24
SMALL farm In city, 16 lots,' with nice 4
room cottage and barn. In Council Bluffs,
near school and car line; very cheap at
1.W0- H- G. McGee, 14 Pearl st.. Coun
cil Bluffs. RE M221 19
$300 For last vacant lot, Moore'a sub, 27th
ave., near Ersklne.
$300 For full lot, Miami near 27th.
$500 Full lot, Chicago near 80th.
$600 Best business lot In Wilcox add.
$1.200 California near 28th, fine residence
$2,500-110x150, S5th and Burt, very fine for
3 or 4 modern houses.
All the above lots are vacant and are bar
gains. Other property. Improved -and unimproved,
In all parts of the cltr.
GEORGE G. WALLACE, BROWN BLOCK.
RE M462 19
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a farm or ranch tell
the farmers and atock raiser about It.
The best way to reach them la through
This agricultural weekly goes to 60,000
home of farmer and stock raisers, ao If
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will find, a buyer
among them. The coat of an advertisement
la small 2 cent per word in small type or
$2.52 per Inch If set in large type.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
FARM and city loans; low rates. W. il.
Thomas, First Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1646.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1620 Douglas
WANTED City loan and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith ft Co., 1320 Farnam st.
MONEY TO LOAN. Payne Investment Co.
8 PER CENT loan. Garvin
LOWEST rate. Beml. Paxton block.
$1,000 TO LOAN on good Improved property.
Kenney Real Estate ft Investment Co,
Room 800. Bee Bldg. W 461 30
MONEY to loan on real estate at 6 and 6H
per cent. W. B. Melkle, 206 Ramge bldg.
LYNGBTAD ft RUFFNER,
PPIMTEDCCrouns Block, Corner of
irUlM 1 ClWietn 8t. and Capltul Ave.
KRAMER ft CHANDLER, QUICK
PRINTERS, 1106-8 Douglas st. lo de
liver work when promised la our hobby.
PRINTINO Not how cheap, but how good,
la pur motto. Great Western Printing
Co, 1618. Chicago. 'Phone 8831. M-714
J. M. 8IRPLE8S, reliable printer: eetab
llahed 12 year. 808 Bout Thirteenth
st, Omaha. Hi
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 1 A 8, 1505 Farnam.
M A flNICr!" treatment baths. Mme.
"""Jiii, i ivsmlth, 118 N. 16. 2 fl. R.
TRY KELLEY S LAUNDRY.
TRUSSES made and fitted to men, women
and children. 1406 Farnam at.
THE H. J. PENFOLD CO.
"VIAVI." way to health. 860 Bee Bldg
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths.
720 S. ltth
DON'T fool with your eyes; be careful who
examines them; we test eyes free for
glasses and guarantee satisfaction.
THE H. J. PENFOLD CO.,
Leading Opticians, 1408 Farnam.
ACCORDION AND SUNBURST
BEND FOR PRICE LIST AND SAMPLES,
GOLDMAN PLbAlliNG CO.
200 DOLULA8 BLK. 1 EL. 1934.
DRAWING and PAINTING from life. Mr.
Case's Art Class; studio 4 Union block.
lain ana f arnam. u aimi
IMPORTANT Why pay
teed spectacles fitted, $1.
Co, 3XM N. ltith.
U M206 B30
OMAHA Stammerers' Institute, Ramge Blk
WE DO expert piano niovlng: lowest rates.
ecnmoner at Mueller, lili f arnam. leie
phone 1625. U M486 OS
E. D. KECK, voice teacher. 1802 Farnam
street. U M5S2 U6x
LARSON A JOHNSON, cut rates to all
points. 1406 Farnam. Tel. B2113. Mem
bers American Ticket Brokers' Ass'n.
LADIES "Never Wiggle," that's our new
patent eye glass, can i snaxe em on.
We grind our own lenses, make our own
rrames optical headquarters. Huteson,
213 8. 16th st. U M875 O10
I GUARANTEE to teach you French and
German, using my own text hook., and in
a snort time, r . remer, i,.v uoage st.
Telephone L 2684.
MISSIONARY and aid societies want to
raise money; write for our plan, which
will pay well. Grumiaux Co, 307 Brown
block, Omaha. U 182 29
I GUARANTEE to teach you French and
German In a short time, using my own
text books. F. Peltier, 1720 Dodge st.
U M753 OctlOx
WANTED Tent shows for street fair Sep
tember 28 to October 1, at Humboldt,
Neb. Frank Snethen, Sec'y.
THE young lady with the. beautiful brown
eyes, brown hat and brown skirt, Indian
bead belt, who noticed gentleman on some
car coming from ball game Saturday
evening, If desirous of his acnualntnnce
address B 16, Bee. U 455 lOx
ESTHER Wrote as you directed, but have
receivea no answer; write again. A. ri.
U 455 20x
HOMEOPATHIC medicines, wholesale, re
tall. Sherman ft McConnell, Omaha. 162
DK PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and Irregularities of women, from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address,
. with stamp. Dr. Pries, 1511ft Dodge Bt,
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium ,28 1st ave. Council Bluffs, la.
Tel. 774. 526
PRIVATE home during confinement; babies
Adopted. Mrs. Dr.
King, 606 N. lth. 3d
floor. Tel. 3559.
FOR RENT HOUSES
8314 S. 20th st, 4 rooms $ 7. 00
3424 Jackson st, 6 rooms 12.00
322 N. 35th st, 8 rooms 16.00
324 N. 35th at, 4 rooms 8.00
819 N: 43d, modern except furnace, 10
1222 S. 27th at, modern, 6 room 18.00
N. P. DODGE ft CO, 1614 FARNAM ST.
D M417 19
FOR RENT 7-room cottage; all modern
except furnace. 2010 Poppleton Ave.
SWELL HOUSES FOR YOU
We have ten splendid houses of 8 to 11
rooms each, strictly modern and up-to-date
In every respect, located In the
very best residence districts of the city,
for rent from $35 and up. Some of them
are brand m-w. See us at once for full
particulars about each house. We can
surely fit you out If you want something
fine. We have many other good houses
from $35 down a low as you want to
Payne, Bostwick & Co,,
601 N. Y. Life Bldg. Sixth Floor.
10-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE,
11S4 8. 3uth ave, for rent at $50 per month.
A. P. TUKEY & SON, Board offc'rade Bid.
D M301 19
FOR RENT, 8-room cottage, modern ex
cept furnace, in tine repair; 2o44 Daven
port at; $26.
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1803 FARNAM ST.
D M03 22
ONE FLAT for rent; modern, 9 rooms;
household goods and furniture for sale.
2416 Bherman ave. D M395 21
FIVE-ROOM, new cottage; gas, bath and
gas grate: 1411 N. 41st st.
1628 Farnam St. D M165
TWO DESIRABLE HOUSES,
BEST LOCATIONS CITY.
138 N. S8th ave, 10-room house, all modern,
with barn, $60.00.
610 Park ave, 9-room house, strictly mod
ern. In best of condition, large yard, $66.00.
1111 N. 18th st, 7 rooms, modern except
2522 Indiana ave, 6-room house, 815.00.
GEORGE ft CO,
1601 Farnam Bt. D M164 25
TWO, modern. 7-room houses, on California
St. 432 and $26 per mo. Apply ' .n. lain.
BE. j CHRIS BOYER, 22d and Cuming.
D Ml 61 O20
MODERN 7-room dwelling, one block from
Hanocom park $24. 'Phone 623 D 233
830 N. 24th St. 41 room. Porcelain bath.
toilet, furnace, gas. Newly painted and
?apered. Tenant pay water. $J0.
8. 29th St. 7 room flrat floor. Modern
except .furnace, inso. 7 rooms second
floor. Modern except furnace. $25.00.
29u Leavenworth 7-room cottage Porce
lain bath, toilet, wusli Dowl, gas, ceiiar.
Newly painted and papered. Tenant pays
8911 Leavenworth 4 room above store.
Newly painted and papered, porcelain
bath, toilet, gas. Front and back stall.
Tenant Day water. 83).
1037 B. 2ota Bt 9-room house. Newly
painted ana papcrea. city water in
2203 Pierce bt 7-room house. Batft. toilet.
city water, gas. - 120.
26th and Davenport When finished, 8 fin
modern bricks. Bee plans at oftice.
8817 N. 19th Bt. trear) 4 rooms. Well wa
2609 8. loth A va 4-room cottage. City wa-
M'CAOUB INVESTMENT CO,
1506 D-Kltte St
I1MI ICCC In all parts of the rlty. Th
vis Co, 608 Be bldg.
THE Omaha Van and Storage Co. pack.
move and store H H. good. Hlurenouse,
1120-24 N. 19th. Office, Ullt Farnam.
SECRET SOCIETY NOTICES.
Vqsoml Teas pie, earner
Sixteenth aad CaaU
, LODGE. NO. 8. A. F. ft A. M
Special meetlrtg Mondnv evening. Septem
ber 19, at 7 o'clock. Work In Fellow Craft
R. V. Cole, Master.
KJIQHT OP PYTHIAg.
RATHBONB SISTERS. LILLIAN TEM
I'LE NO. 1 Meeting Monday night. Sept
19. Myrtle hall annex. Continental blork
15th and Douglas. First card party of the
Mrs. Ben Btlne. Sec'y.
FOR RENT HOUSES
1945 S. 11th, 6 rooms upstairs; no children
$12. F. B. HOOD, 1946 8. 11th. D 234
WE MOVE Dtaonos. Maggard Van A Btor
age Co. Tel. 1469. Office 1718 Webster st.
; I! O I ICCC In alt parts of the city. R. C
. nUUoCO Petera ft Co, Bee Building.
FOR RENT 5 rooms.
2519 N. Kith.
SEE CHRIS BOYER, 22d and Cuming.
D M461 620
RESIDENCE on Georgia ave, near Pa
cific. 10 rooms, attic, basement; modern
east front: fine grounds, 66x140; trees.
Apply 314 First Nat l Bank bldg. D 128
PA YNE-BOBTWICK ft CO., choice house.
601-603 New York Lire wag. 'pnone i"i.
D 1 21
WANTED TO RENT
I WANT to rent a modern house of 6 or 6
room reasonable; state price ana loca
tlon In reply. Address A 58, Bee.
WANTED, to rent, furnished house for the
winter by family of 3 adults; must te
reasonable; state price and full partlcu
lars. Address A 57. Bee. K 388 19x
WANTED Immediately, modern cottage.
ready furnished; Talking distance pre
ferred. If neat, pleasant surroundings,
good locality, will pay r'.x months In od
, vance. Guarantee absriute good care,
premises and effects. Address B 6, Bee
office. K MW7 20t
WANTED Three rooms, unfurnished, for
llirht housekf epftiT. on or near car line
6 or 8 blocks from Bennett Department
Store. Address u 0. Bee omce.
Should all avail themselves of consulting
Omaha favorite "life reader,
This wonderful woman has been In Omaha
for more than 7 year, during which time
she has practiced palmistry continuously
and her work has been eminently satis
factory. This woman's advice Is always
a factor for good. If in trouble she can
help you. Don't hesitate to see her. Par
lors, 715 N. 23d st. 8 449
GYLMER, palmist, 715 North Twenty-third.
jrelephoneB3245. : S149
WANTED TO BUY
SHONFELD, the ANTIQUARIAN. 822 N.
Y. Life, pays highest price for books.
Tel. 3036. N 114
HIGHEST prices paid for furnished fiats.
8 34, Bee. ' N 116
CASH for your horses. Melchior's Livery
Barn. N M264
MOVING PICTURE machine, new or sec
ond hand. Call on or address 11. FLsbury,
1502 Capitol ave. N 134 20
WANTED To buy. cylinder press. World,
leign, neo. xx mitt ix
WANTED Good family driving horse.
about 6 years old, weight about twelve
hundred. Reply, stating price, age, etc,
and where to be seen. Address. B 1, Bee.
HESS A SWOBODA, 1415 Farnam.
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Send for
price list of cut flowers and plants.
ALFRED DONAGHUE. JR.
LOST Sept. 12. Park Ave. and Pacific St,
a gold locket; monagram A. T. C. Re
turn to A. T. Clarke, 2565 Poppleton Ave.
Tel. B-2167. Reward. Lot-M:92-19
O. M. E. Tel. 611
MESSENGER AND BAGGAGE.
1613 Farnam Street
WILL GET YOUR BAGGAGE THERE
CMOS 8TATIOK-TESTH AND MARCY.
Chicago, Rock Islaad A Pacific.
EAST. Leave. Arrive.
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RAILWAY TIME CARD
Kaaaa City, St. Jo Coaarll Blaffs.
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FORT MEADK, 8. D, September 15. 1904.
Sealed proposals In triplicate will be re
ceived until t p. m, September 30, 19i, fur
conrtructlng at Fort Meade, 8. 1), a five
hundred thousand gallon reinforced con
crete reservoir. Bidders must state time
In which they will complete work. Infor
mation furnished upon application. Plana
and specifications can be seen with quar
termaster. New York, Saint Paul. Denver,
Choyenne, Omaha. A guarantee In amount
of 10 per cent must accompany proposals.
Envelopes contninlng proposals should be
marked "Proposals for Reservoir, Fort
Meade, 8. D," addressed GEORGE U
BYRAM, Constructing Quartermaster.
OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERM ASTER
Omaha, N1., July 22, 19"4. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions. wi:i lie received here until 1i
a. m, central standard time. Sept 21. 1X14,
for remodeling the Hospital at Fort Rnhn.
son, Nebraska, Into a post exchange build
ing. Full Information furnished on appli
cation to this offlce, where plans and speci
fications may be seen, or to the Quarter
master. Fort Robinson, Neb. Proposals to
be marked "Proposals for Remodeling Hos
pital." and addressed to Lieut. Col J. KJ.
SAWYER, Chief Quartermaster.
' A?-27--31 B1-?oM
NOTICE AND CAUTION.
The lust debts of Ouv A. Andrews con
tracted before Auaust 20. 1904. will, hnlna
duly certified and presented within reason
able time, be paid by me. All persons,
are, however, warned against trusting or
loaning said Guy Andrews on my atuuunt
or cashing checks bearing his name, be
cause, save as above, I will not liquidate
any Indebtedness by him Incurred.
E. BENJ. ANDREWS,
uncoln. Neb, Sept. 7. 1904. eptsd21ti.
TESTS OF A MAGNETIC BRAKE
Notable Invention br Which Little
Piece of Iron Do the Work
of a Dosen Men.
Kansas City is now In full possession of
an Inventor whose Invention Is more thun
likely to make both himself and the town
famous. His name Is John S. Lockwood,
and the product of his Inventive genius is
magnetic brake for use on everything
that runs on wheels.
The brake was given a third and final
test by the Metropolitan last week and a
highly successful test It was. The car,
equipped with Mr. Lockwood' Invention,
started out from the barn at Ninth and
Washington streets, and hit a merry clip
for the steep grades out In the south part
of the city.
People on the streets must have thought
It a trolley party, for the car was packed
to overflowing with excited and enthus
iastic stockholders In the Lockwood ven
ture. Mr. Charles Frit, the Metropolitan's
chief electrician, was acting as motorman
and Mr. Lockwood and his assistant mnda
The car wound Its way out Troost ave
nue to the race track, returning by the
Holmes street line, a route that took In
a goodly number of steep descents. Every
variety of stop was made with the mag
netic brake, each one quickly and surely.
Not even when the stop was most Instan
taneous did the passengers experience the
slightest Jo'.t, and the absence of grinding
wheels and groaning rods almost led to
the belief that the car had stopped of Its
The simplicity of the brake's construction
Is one of Its greatest advantages. There
Is no great mass of metal, no complicated
system of cegs and wheels. A couple of
iron shois, about the size of a man's hand,
resting a quarter of an inch above the
rails, and another like pair the same dis
tance from the wheels, did the work. It al
most defied imagination to look at those
small piece of Iron and grasp the fact
that through them the heavy car could
be brought to a dead halt.
The principle of the Invention 1 alsj
simple enough; that Is, after Mr. Lock
wood explained It. Any Iron bar coiled
with Insulated copper wire through which
an tlectrlc current can be made to flow,
Instantly become a magnet, and attracts
Iron, steel or anything of a similar natuie.
Around this Idea the Lockwood brake la
built. A core of Iron, wrapped with cop
per wire, and Incased In a castlron Jacket
Is suspended between the trucks about a
quarter of Inch above the rails. In
the Jacket there are two separate and
distinct magnets, the lower giving magnetic:
effect at the rail, the upper operating on
a plunger, thereby setting the wheel brakes.
Both are operated simultaneously, however,
the motorman having complete pontrol of
the magnetic current by means of a small
and responsive lever. Kansas City Inde
pendent. HOW MUCH SHALL WE EAT?
Recent Experiments Indicate that
Half the lanal Quantity Would
That we eat a great doal too much I
an old story. Very few people seriously
dispute the abstract proposition, and yet
not many go systematically to work to re
duce their consumption of food. Such in
cidents as the stock yards strike, causing
a rise In the price of meat, and the feur
that a still greater Increase may be in
prospect, lend additional Interest to th
Inquiry, and a few turn to vegetable diet,
but expect to eat as much as before. Most
people do not Ilka the Idea of restricting
the pleasure of the palate from motive
of economy, and will only do so In case of
Still the advocates of less food contlnua
their researches, and they claim to hav
discovered that not only can we subsist on
a half or a third of the food we now con
sume, and get Increased health and strength
from the smaller quantity, but that wo
may thereby Increase the pleasure of eat
ing. As the result of recent experiments
made with half the usuul amount of food,
or less, It Is claimed that efficiency was in.
creased from 100 to 200 per cent. A cham
pion wrestler began with 4,500 units of ef
ficiency, and increased them to 8,000. In
general, the amaJler consumption of fooO
was attended witn Keenness, elasticity,
mentai alertness an- a surplusage of energy
always at command, a capacity to Indulge
In mental or physical exercise without fear
of fatigue. And, what will attract more at
tention from many, It Is stated that there
wa no diminution of gastronomic pleasure,
but, on the contrary, an enjoyment of eat
ing never before experienced.
The main point in this pleasing program
la to eat less, but it Is also essential to
at with deliberation and to seo that masti
cation I thorough. No abstinence from
favorite dishes Is required, but rather the
reverse, a th rule Is to eat what the ap
petite craves. This done, with complete
mastication and a reduction of one-half or
two-thirds In the quantity consumed, Ilia
result la happiness. Th general adoption
of these Ideas would have a serious effect
on the prices of provisions, but the danger
I not yet Imminent Louisville Courier-Journal.
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