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H. B. BOYLES, President
New York Life Omaha.
CUT-HATE TICKETS everywhere. P. H.
Fhllbln, 1506 Farnam and opp. Union sta
tlon. Tela. 7M and 1618. R 97$
TRY KELLY S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. X30.
CITY SAVINGS BANK pay 4 per cent.
EAGLE Loan Office; reliable, accommoda
ting; all bvieinea confidential. 1301 Douglas.
ANTI-MONOPOLY Oarbage Co., 21 N.
16th. Tel. 1779. R 9S2
PUBLICITY LESIONS WHEATON, In the
Bee Bid. K M
SIGN PAINTING 8. H. Cole. 1302 Douglas.
H. W. M Vea, Plumber, 1124 N. 26th. Tel.
STANDARD FILTERS Huber. Tel. 3t13.
1301 Farnam. R 988
STOVE & FURNACE REPAIRS
Tel. 980. 1207 Doug. Omaha Stove Rep. Wks.
P. MELCHOIR, machine works. 13th and
Howard. R 991
THE Omaha Warehouse Co., 609 Jones;
'phone 1306; mdse. storage and forwarding.
. R 193
HELIN & CO.. TAILORS, 317 S. 15th.
- , , R-MZ23 830
OMHA PLUMBING CO.. Tel. 3846. John
Morrissey. Mgr. Rea. Tel. 8914. R M630
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
211 S. 11 TH. 'PHONE 264.
Why carry your soiled linen? Our wagons
call and deliver same. Bills collected
monthly. R M224 016
LOCKSMITH fcTTiw' 309
, R M603
DRUG atorea bought and sold, every
state: special plan. F, ..V. Knlest, R. P.,
701 N. Y. L. bldg. Y 992 '
ABBOTT-COWAN CO., 1st Nat. Bk. bldg..
can get you In or out of business. Y 894
BHOLES-ARMSTRONO Co., 722 N. Y. Life.
Tel. 49. Y 994
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,
406 N. Y. Life bldg. Y-996
WANTED I am working a regular line In
northwest Iowa, South Dakota and north
east Nebraska, and want a good side Hue
In connection. Audress Salesman, Box
243, Sioux-City, la. . ' Y M616 26
AN EXCEPTIONAL opportunity Is offered
to a desirable party with (5,000 cash, also
a permnjient position, salary $1,00 a
year. This Is a bona ride business and
"well established, doing a large, safe and
Conservative business, which invites a
meat -i-rtold- investigation. The present
owner is a successful man, well and favor
ably known, and will gladly give the
very best of reference. To a man having
some conception of business, former ex
perience not nuccssury. Investment guar
' an teed.. ' Address pox 102, St. Joseph, Mo.
,' , ; y M742 27x
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your property or business quick, see J. H.
Johnson, S43 N. . Y. Life. 'Phone L2270.
. Y 995
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SECOND-HAND safe cneap. Deright, 1119
Farnam. Q 161
100 KINDS of Mineral Water. Sherman St
McCoiuicJl Drug Cu Omaha. Q 165
FOR SALE Several scholarships in a first
class standard school in Omaita, compris
ing complete course jn business, snort
hand ajid typewriting. Inquire at Bee of
fice. Q 852
TELEPHONE poles, long fir timbers;
cheap chicken tenet. 901 Douglas, Q 166
Sewing machines, 75c week.
We repair and sell parts
for, every machine m.inutuctured.
from So.UU to 810.00.
(. Nebraska Cycle Co.,
'Phone 1663. Corner loth and Harney".
FOR SALE Dolld oak and mahngnny-top
bank; or cashier's -fixture, in good condi
tion, at bargain.' , Address C. C. Rose,
water, room luo. Be Bldg. Q 824
ELECTRIC nickel in slot, Peerless piano
players and Reglna music boxes, hlg
money, makers, cheap for cash or time.
Schiiioller c Mueller, 1313 Farnam. Tel 1628.
. . Q 16S
TWO, HEAVY STEEL HORIZONTAL
Tt'BULAH BOILERS FOR SALE.
Two boilers, 100 horse power, wnlch have
bcenuse.l but six years; made of firebox
steel, triple riveted, butt and strap Joints,
insurance -company permits of pressure
of 1- pounds. They are now in use and
lan be seen at boiler house rear of Bee
bulldingi ..Can Be delivered about August
26. Call or address W. H. Bridges, engl.
neer,. Bee building, Omaha. Q M905
PEACHES, fresh from my tress. $1 or less
per bushel. Tbeo. Williams. Benson, near
end ot atone pavement. Military ave.
- " , Qi- M488 26x
COMPLETE lino new ana l'd-hnnd furnl
, ture. Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodae
' Tel. -803- Q 160
GO TO DIAMOND Loan Office for loans;
bargains In goods In pawn. 1401 Douglas
FOR SLALE T.ot of aeniiid-hand flro brick.
Inquire Engineer Bw building. Q-M314
TOOL TABLES and show cases. 14i7 Har
ney, St. ... Q-M187
AUTOMOBILE$1,300 new Shelby, I or 4
psssangers, with top, s60. H. E Fred
rlcksun, 1G02 Capitol ave. Q M713 09
BEST furnished flat In Omaha lease and
furniture cheap. Inquire at 306 N. 16th
"''', : Q-vtl
FINE .harness and saddles, trunks, bagv
all "leather suit case to. Alf'ml ("'rnHIt
1210. Farnam. Q Mill OlS
KHERSON oats, from experiment station;
extra. early; drouth prooi: 6oc a bu. Wil
liam Hupp, Clearwater, Neb.
.! T .- Q-M5S7 29x
FOR'JJALB Two wel) broke riding ponies.
3128 Chicago St. ' Q-M&4 :9x
FOR SALE Polished osk bedroom act and
springs In good condition; 112. On Apply
1240 Lake. - - y M803 27 x
FOR SALE Flve-legped dog; a curiosity.
ror. particulars auurcas iock nox 2,4,
cedonla, la. y M6U2 ?9x
AI.MOUT new folding bed: latest tyle,
8127 Farnam. Q-S67 27
BANJO, Knstmpn kodak. Mryrle all high
grade, excellent rendition, 114 S. 1!th.
' j Q-MSfcl 26x
FURNITURE, household goods, kitchen
range, dresser, lounge, chairs, etc., very
cheap; sum article nearly new H 46,
. FALL TERM NOW OPEN
Omaha Commercial College,
17th and Douglas Sts.,
New clashes in ail atpat inents. Best t'me
to begin night school September 6. Send
for tree tuialogue. Address,
RoHRBOL'UH BROS., Omaha, Neb.
WANTED, a few active professional men.
merchants or salesmen of ability who de
sire to bettet their financial condition, to
handle certain special, strictly new, mod
ern, attractive investment policies. Guar
anteed by an established Old Line Life
Insurance Co. Extra liberal remuneration
Is offered to the right parties replying
promptly. Orest chance for edvancement.
Please state qualifications and Income re
quired on commission or salary has!.
Address P. O. Box 1044, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED A dry good salesman at G.
Wlebe A Sons, Beatrice, Neb.
B M607 29
WANTED Two press feeders and a printer
at 422 S. loth at., Omaha. B 646 26x
MOLER Barber college, 1302 Douglas street,
teaches barber trade In short time; spe
cial inducements to distant applicants;
positions waiting graduates; top wages
paid. Call or write for particulars.
B M708 30x
DRUG employes, mnnngers, salesmen, etc.,
for any state. F. V. Knlest, R. P., 701
N. Y. L. Bldg. B-976
MEN TO LEARN barber trade; free rail
road fare upon our failure to convince
you of this being the BEST and only re
liable, most practical barber college In
the United States. Write for catalogue
today. Western Barber' Institute,
Omaha, Neb. B M267
WANTED Four boy with bicycles; steady
work; good salary. 212 South 13th St.
A Dime Book will make you a stenog
rapher. The L'nigraph Co., Box 88,
Omaha, Neb. B M559 28x
WANTED FOR U. S. ARM Y Able-bodied
unmarried men, between ages of 21 and "6;
citizens of United States, of good charac
ter and temperate habits, who speak,
read and write English. For Information
apply to Recruiting Officer, 13lh and
Douglas Sts., Omaha, Lincoln. Neb., or
Sioux City, la B-M297
WANTED Two city salesmen at once. C.
F. Adams Co., 1619 Howard St. B-557
WANTED Tinner; steady work; young
man preferred (of good habits i, to help
In store. Address B 26, Bee. B M56I 23
SALESMAN, with established drug trade,
to handle side line In Omaha; light sam
ples; good commission. 20 E. Ninth St.,
Cincinnati. O. B M562 2Sx
WANTED, a field manager for Nebraska;
good position, good salary; must have
300 cash. Address B 49, Bee office.
WANTED, a collector and solicitor. Call
621-2 Paxton block. B Mm
WANTED at once, 25 laborers; apply to
Omaha Water Co., Bee Bldg.
WANTED Ambitious young man to take
a private course in pharmacy. Rare op
portunity. Address E. C, this office.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Girl for general housework;
small family; good wages. 30O9 Marcy.
80 GIRLS; Canadian office, 16th and Dodge.
O. K. American-German employment office.
Oldest, most reliable In Omaha. 1624
Dodge. C M380 Ot
GIRL for housework. $3 week. 2409 Lake
t C M530 26
WANTED Girl fir general housework;
no cooking; must understand German;
extra high wage. Apply 628 S. 37th st.
WANTED Woman as first cook' for meat
and paBtry; $40.00 per month, room and
board. Address Commercial Hotel. Mo-
" Cook, Neb. C M899 28
WANTED, experienced chocolate dinner
one that can also wait on trade part of
tne lime prererreo.; gnoa -wages.- t , .1.
Dreibus, 814 Central ave., Nebraska City,
C M636 26x
WANTED Two girls, a first-class cook and
a second girl; extra large wages; small
family. Enquire mornings at 628 South
37th, or phone 776. C M804 27
WANTED Ladles to learn halrdresslng,
manicuring or facial massage; positions
waiting (graduates; beat paying work a
lady ?an do; 812 to $16 weekly made; few
weeks completes. Call or write Moler
college, 1302 Douglas street. C M707 30x
GIRL for kitchen work; small family;
wages $4. 'Phone 3175. C M9.1 27x ,
WANTED Skirt cutter Bnd sleeve maker,
also experienced skirt helper. 1823 Doug
las. C 870
YOUNG man, excellent habits, wishes care
of furnace, horse or any work while at
tending college. Address B 26, Bee.
YOUNG MAN desires place to work for
board while going to school; experienced!.
Boyles College, 1984. A 963
WANTED Position, by young man, as
bookkeeper, 2 years experience Address
Lock box 656, Omaha. A M623 3o
WILL trade sewlni machine for type
writer. rseD. cycie l.o., join ana tiarney.
WHAT have you to exchange tor a piano T
PeiMeld Piano Co., 1611 Farnam.
IF THERE Is nothing In this column you
want, put an aa. in ana you win soon
get It. Z 163
WILL exchange beautiful piano for driv
ing or draft norse. ucnmoiier & Mueller
1313 Farnam. ' Z M487 OS '
WILL exchange hlgh-grnde piano for type
writer. Bcnmoner at Mueuer. 3is rar
nim. Telr.hone N Z OS
LYNGSTAD A RUFFNER.
PDINTCPQ Crounse Block, Corner of
rrvlli I ClAO i8,n sti ana capliol Ave.
KRAMER & CHANDLER. QUICK
PRINTERS. 1106-8 Douglas at. To de
liver work when promised Is our hobby,
PRINTING Not how cheap, but how good.
Is our motto. Great Western Printing
Co., 1618 Chicago. 'Phone 8831. M714
J. M. SIRPLESS. reliable prtntrr; estab
lished 12 years. 303 ' South Thirteenth
St.. Omnhn 18?
Johnson Institute, 115 N. Y. Life bldg. T. 1661.
MRS. JOHN R. MUSICK. Osteopathy Phy.
slclun; office, Douglas block. Tel. 2H23.
DR. FARWELL, specialty nervous disease.
64 I'axtor. . 17
HESS & SWOBODA, 1415 Farnam. 116
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam. Send for
price Hat of cut flower and plant. .
ALFRED DONAGHUE. JR., 1607 Farnam,
Tel. X-XT llS
l vTa n dc1q LTect ions .
E. F. &.OHEARTY. Attorney, 437 Paxton,
Tel. A-2639. lo8
JOHN M. MACFARLAND, New York Ufa
bldg., rooma 304 and Sit. Tel. liii.
THE BOY who took the grip up at 711 S.
27th, between 8 and 8:30 Saturday even
ing, will please return to 8. llth street
nd receive a liberal reward; no quea
llona asked. Lost M814 U
The Bee printed Sunday 5,500 lines of PAID WANT ADS, which was over a column
ahead of its nearest competitor. The Bee is Omaha's recognized want ad medium. :
THE BEE PRINTS TH, MOST PAID WANT ADS BEE WANT ADS BRING THE BEST RETURNS ALWAYS.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
THREE modern houekeeplng rooms. 2415
Capitol ave. tHH ax
ROYAL HOTEL, European. I6th Chicago.
DEWEY, European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
VIENNA HOTEL, 1011 Farnam; fine rooms,
ladle' cafe, private dining r. ; open nights.
Midland hotel, 16th II Chicago; reasonable
TWO front room, elegantly furnished;
large modern stone house. 'Phone B-2634,
24 Cass. E M536 U3
NICE comfortable room for one or two
gintlemen; very reasonable; modern. 14i
N. 17th. E M914
DESIRABLE TRANSIENT ROOMS, every
thing modern, 2234 Farnam, Tel. i'J-'i.
E MM3 30
SOUTHERN exposure; team heat. 3134
N. 15th. flat L. E M894 7x
FRONT rooms en suite and other rooms;
references. 116 So. 20th. D-M829 lx
NOTICE to Fair Visitors Rooms and
breakfast $1. H. W. Crume, 3751 Finney
ve., St. Louis. E 614 27x
THREE pleasant rooms, modern, partly
furnished, can be arranged for house
keeping; reference required. 271 Wool
worth ave. E M531 27x
FURNISHJCD room. 2630 Capitol ave.
E M619 27X
CLEAN sleeping room. Hotel Monarlnock,
119V4 N. 15th. ' E-M632 29
TRANSIENT rooms; clean; everything
modern. 224 N. 15th. E-M631 29
DOUPT.E ROOM; two gentl.; furnace, 616
N. 19th. . E M630 26x
CONVENIENT transient rooms; gentl.
pref. 321 H N. lEth. E M629 29x
FRONT ROOM; gentl. pref. 1518 Dodge,
Flat A. E M628 26x
LARGE front room; steam heat. 2023 Hurt
St. E-M127 2fix
TWO furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing. 2317 Chnrles St. E M842 27x
NEWLY furnished rooms; everything mod
ern. 524 So. 20th. E 864 30
CONVENIENT transient rooms; modijrn.
316 So. 26th. E 866 30
WELL furnished rooms; everything mod
ern. 2236 Farnam. E 860 27x
NEATLY furnished rooms. 2574 Harney.
Tel. L-2175. E-M854 27x
NICE front room; modern; gentlemen only.
2101 Farnam. E 855 27x
LARGE well furnished alcove room, steam
heat, gas, bath, telephone; central loca
tion. 1023 Douglas. E 871
NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
modern. 2238 Farnam. E M861 27x
FURNISHED ROOMS, 616 S. 22AV Tel
A22S2. E MR56 27x
FURNISHED ROOMS, modern. 1607 How
ard, left side. E-M857 27x
LARGE FRONT ROOMS, light housekeep
ing; 2619 Farnam. E M868 27x
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, every
thing modern, 313 S. 26th. E M859 27x
FOUR flrst-c'ass furnished rooms; mod
ern; for gentlemen. 112 N. 24th st.
BRIGHT and sunny, large front room,
modern; lst-clnss accommodations; brek
fsst if desired. 614 N. 23. E MS76 27
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
A SMALL family near Hanscom park, hav
ing a well appointed home. Will rent a
pleasant room to a refined gentleman and
wlte; a 4ine table anu every modern con
venience; references exchanged. Address
A 42, Bee. H'aii ux
HOME cooked meals. 2152 St. Mary's.
F 86a Oct. 2
O. M. E. TEL 611.
MESSENGERS AN1 BAGGAGE.
THURSTON HOTEL; cool outside rooms,
$1.50 to $4.00. per week; board, $3.50.
Midland hotel, 16th & Chicago;, reasonable.
VICINITY of high school; modern south
front rooms. Including board, $5 per week.
2106 Can. 'Phone A-Z593. F 607
WANTED Roommate, by a young man of
21 years of age; must be young, well-ap-
fiearlng and respectable; house Is strictly
Irst-class in every respect; board good
and room large and well furnished; rates
$25 per month. Address Y 29, Bee. F 9M
DOUBLE parlors, well furnished; hot and
cold water In room; alio large closets;
board: rates reasonable. 618 S. 19th.
GOOD TABLE BOARD. 2111 Douglas.
ACCOMMODATIONS for 6 people, rooms
and board. 'Phone 1208. F M687 27
HOME COOKING Center Dining Room,
208 N. 17th. - F-M598 2Sx
ONE SINGLE FRONT ROOM, 1st class In
every respect, 2323 Harney.
F-M862 Oct. 1
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Rooms furnished and unfurnished.
Rooms with or without board.
Rooms for light housekeeping.
Call at R. 3, N. Y. L. 'Phone 133.
UNFURNINSHED rooms, single and In 2
and 3-room suites, at 27th and St. Mary's
N. P. DODGE ft CO.. 1614 Farnam St.
G M779 28
S OR 4 light, clean, modern; one block from
car. Z214 is. itn. u kzi a
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, with gas
range, $3 60 per week; must be neat and
respectable. 1521 Leavenworth St.
G 6?4 25
ONE large unfurnished room for rent. 2408
Cass. G MS28 lx
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
FARM and city rbans: low rate. W. II.
Thomas, First Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1618.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1620 Douglas
WANTED City loan and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith 6t Co., 1320 Farnam st.
SUPERFLUOUS hair, wrt and vmole
permanently removed by electricity; con
sultation free and confidential; all work
rim ran teed. Miss Allender, 422 N. Y.
Life. W-M898 lx
MONEY TO LOAN. Payne Investment Co.
I PER CENT loan. Garvin Bros 1604
Farnam. w 146
LOWEST rate. Bemls, Paxton block.
MONEY to loan on real estate at 6 and 64
per cent. W. B. Melkle, 2u5 Ramre bldg.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
A. C. VAN BANTS chool, 717 N. Y. Ufe.
FAC SIMILE letter, envelope addressed.
Boyle College. . 101
When You Write
remamber It only takes an extra atmk or
two of the pen to mvntlon the tact that fon
aw lh ad la Th !.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR 8ALE OR TRADE.
680-aore ranch in Knox county, Nebraska;
only about three miles soutn of Spring
field, S. O. ; good dwelling, barn, well and
windmill, about lorty acres under culti
vation, balance In pasture and meauow;
living water In various places; Indian
land adjoining can be leased at low ng
ures; a spiendid stock ranch; will se.l
for part casn, balance 7 per cent, or will
trade for stock or drugs, tillable land in
Iowa or eastern Nebraska, or good sal
able city property. Price $17 per acre.
Address, Geo. W. Snow, bprlngfield, S.
L. KE Muls 27
FOR SALE One not of fi.800, due In one
year, secured by first mortgage on good
Improved Omaha property, bearing ( per
cent Interest, payable semi-annually; also
one note for $1,600, due on or before three
years. Interest at t per cent, payasji
semi-annually, secured by first mortgage
on good property. Both are absolutely
safe and given by respectable parties.
Address the owner, S 25, Bee office.
8-ROOM cottage In first-class repair, rent
ing for $12.50 per month, well located, to
exchange for good vacant lot. Address
B 38, Bee. RE 801 25
FOR SALE Beautiful home located at No.
10 South 25th avenue. To assist In clos
ing estate this property will be offered at
a very reasonable price for quick ale.
William K. Potter, executor, 3oi Brown
block. riE 471
TWO brand new cottages, modern except
furnace; one $1,800 and the other $2,450.
SHIMER & CHASE.
Builders of Modern Houses.
NORTH OMAHA BARGAINS.
7-room brick cottage, store building and
cottage auacnea, lot ilxun, on car line;
rents $25; $2,500, half
owner. 3ol N. Y". Life.
casn. Apply to
CHS- Williamson Co.,u- &,?rw-
AN EASTERN OWNER will sell two mod
ern brick flats for $2,500. You can live In
one and the rent of the other will pay for
the whole property.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg. RE-M1U
Illus. your property.
Baker Bros. Eng. Co.
31-FOOT west front lot, good location,
walking distance of postoffice, $375. Ad
dress B 44, Bee office. RB-M841 27x
Nebraska farms are safe and profitable in
vestments. Below are a few of the large number of
well Improved, rich soil, well located,
near R. R. station, which we have for
160 acres, all fenced, all cultivated,
splendid improvements $50.00
160 acres, well Improved, good soil, one
mile to R. R 30.00
240 acres, mostly cultivated, fair Im
provements, five miles to R. R 43.00
240 acres, mostly cultivated, 2 set of
buildings, one set very fine 60.00
640 acres, solid section, half cultivated,
fair Improvements, 7 miles to R. R.. 17.60
3,400 acres, elevator .. on R. R. track,
cost $10,000; part cultivated; good,
cheap '. 20.00
1,680 acres, 1,000 cultivated, well Im
proved. 2 miles to R. R u 36.00
Correspondence solicited. Write for par
ticulars. Correspondents in eveiy county
in the state
United States Land & LoanCo.,
Grand Island, Neb.
. , RE-M637 27
FOR .RENT HOUSES
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwall, Barker
biK. 1 JJ LJS
ul . .
TWO, modern. 7-room houses, on California
St. $32 and ner mo. Apply 6U7 N. mn.
SE 1 CHRIS BOYER. 22 d and Cuming.
D M161 O20
MODERN 7-room dwelling, one block from
Hanscom park $24. 'Phone 623 D 233
HfM IPQ ln ailjpart of the city. The
- - - I J. j ui
avis Co., $08 Bee bldg.
THE Omaha Van and Storage Co. pack,
1120-24 N. 19tb. Office, 15114 Farnam!
i. CI. Iwl9,
WE MOVE pianos." Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. 1469. Office 1713 Webster st.
uni 1QPQ In all parH of the city. K. C.
nUUOCO Peter & Co., Be Building.
PAYNE-BOSTWICK & CO., choice house.
601-603 New York Life Bldg. 'Phone 1016.
FOR RENT 8-room modern residence near
Hanscom park, $3S. Thomas Brennan,
Room 1. N. Y. Life Bldg. D M490 24
MODERN brick house, 412 North 22d St..
within two block of High school. In
quire at No. 410. O 607
FOR a desirable tenant
we have a very
NEW HOUSE FOR RENT.
Eight rooms; everything up to date; two
car within i block. -
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
Main Floor N. Y. L. bldg. D-M621 30
2224 CHICAGO ST., good 8-room, all modern
house; corner lot.
GARVIN BROS.. 1604 FARNAM.
Nice 8-ronm house,' porcelain bath, gaa,
barn. 29.-JS N. 25th St. $25.
GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM.
1914 Locust, good 9-room, all modern house,
large lot and good neighborhood; rent
GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM.
844 Park ave., 8-room cottage $25.
GARVIN BROS.. 1604 FARNAM.
DESIRABLE modern 10-room house, easy
walking distance. Address B 28, Bee.
2417 N. 22d ST.. NICE eight-room, all mod
ern house; barn: good location and sur
roundings; rent $25.
GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM.
FURNISHTJP residence of J. U. Rose, 1917
Webster st. Inquire Rose' Art Store.
FINE ten-room hrlck, $30. Keys 2601 Cap,
avenue, adjoining. D 668 28x
FOR RENT '
TWO DESIRABLE HOUSES,
BEST LOCATIONS CITY.
138 N. SSth ave.. 10-room house, all modern,
with barn, $60.00.
610 Park ave., 9-room house, strictly mod
ern, In best condition, large yard, $55 00.
GEORGE & CO.,
1601 Farnam St. D-M662 1
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Modern house, 12 rooms, 6 blocks from
16th and Farnam St. Apply Clinton H.
Brigg. 1320 Farnam St. D M653
FOR RENT Furnished house for the win
ter. 22:8 Willis ave. D M846 26x
FOR RENT Modern house, nine room,
with furnace, porcelain bath; 210 S. 3oth
t. Inquire at 212 fl. Join st. D M882 2.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
A $10 OFFICE In the Be butlalng curries
with It all ot the conveniences and advan
tages in th way of Ileal, light. Janitor
service, all night and all uay and buuday
elevator service. A $10 office is now va
cant. Call at once. H. C. Peter a Co,
ground floor. Be building. 1
$ STORY and basement brick building, 100$
Farnam, 22x1m, hydraulic elevator, ami
able for wholesale or manufacturing. 314
Flrat Nat l Bunk building. i 13u
IF A GOOD lUht Is needed w can ahow
you a north-lront office on the fifth floor,
a splendid room, at tha moderate price of
$20. R. C. l ater Co.. ground floor, Bee
building. J 8Z2
WANTED, entertainers for two days'
street fair. Oct. 14 and ln; free conoes
slons to concerts and sideshows. Answer
Immediately. Address J. N. Sturdevant,
Spencer, Neb. U M834 27x
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 St, S, 15o6 Farnam.
M Af"lMFTIPtr",tment & baths. Mm?
l1lftUIC 1 IV8mlh( us N- lif 2 n. H 2.
TRY KELLEY S LAUNDRY. "PHONE 353J
TRUSSES made and fitted to men, women
na children. 1408 Farnam st.
THE H. J. PEN FOLD CO.
"VIAVI," way to health. 860 Bee Bldg.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths. 720 S. inth
DON'T fool with your eyes; be caroful who
examines them; we test eyes free for
glasses nrtd Kunrantee satisfaction.
THE H. J. PENFOLD CO..
Leading Opticians, 1408 Farnam.
ACCORDION AND SUNBURST
SEND FOR PRICE LIST AND SAMPLES
GOLDMAN PLbATING CO.
200 DOUGLAS BLK. TEL. 1936.
DRAWING and PAINTING from life. Mr.
Case's Art L.ass, studio 4 Union block.
loin ana f arnam. UM.jU
WANTED The deaf to test Instruments
lor the deut at the branch othce of the
Hutchison Acoustic Co. of New York
v,uy, tun rsew york Lite Bide., Omaha.
L M6ts Oi4
IMPORTANT Why Dav more? Guaran
teed spectacles lilted, $1, Kendls optical
'!I!M M 1iK IT Vf.w um
w., www ,v,u. u dlMW D.V
OMAHA Stammerers' Institute, Ramge Blk
WE DO expert piano moving; lowest rates,
Schmoller tit Mueller, 1313 Farnam. Tele
phone 1625. L M4S6 Oi
E. D. KECK, vole teacher. 1802 Farnam
otreet U M582 O-x
LARSON & JOHNSON, cut rate to all
points. 1406 Farnam. Tel. B2113. Mem-
uera American xicae. xiroKera ash n.
LADIES "Never Wiggle," that our new
patent eye glass. Can't shake 'em off."
We grind our own lenses, make our own
rrames optical headquarters. Huteson.
218 S. 16th st. U-Mh,5 O10
I GUARANTEE to teach you French and
German, using my own text book, and In
a short time. F. Peltier, 1720 Dodge st.
LETOVSKY'S orchestra. Telephone L268I.
I GUARANTEE to teach you French and
German ln a short time, using my own
text books. F. Peltier, 1720 Dodge- st.
U M753 OctlOX
THE Gage Pattern Hats at Pennell's, 111
S. 15th St., opp. old postoffice.
V M335 O20
YOUNG man of good habits would like to
correspond with some respectable voung
lady; object, matrimony. Ad. Box 467 Jer
sey vllle, 111. U 398 26x
YOUNG man, finest family connections,
would marry refined, accomplished, af
fectionate, young- lady who will Invest In
a business enterprise; no agencies. Ad.
P. O. box 487, Sioux Falls, S. D.
HOMEOPATHIC medicines, wholesale, re
tail. Sherman & McConnell, Omaha, 162
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and Irregularities of women, from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address,
with stamp. Dr. Pries. 1611V4 Dodge St..
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium. 728 1st ave.. Council Bluffs, la.
Tel. T74. 526
FOR SALE HORSES & WAGONS
2 EXPRESS WAGONS and 1 top wagon, al
most new; will sell cheap. Johnson &
Danforth, s. w. cor. 10th and Jones sis.
FOR SALE Horses for city driving or de.
livery. Your livery trade solicited In
either buggy or carriage work. Mcl
cholr'a Livery Barn. P M260
HIGH grade, rubber tired, Watertown,
easy riding buck board; an eastern novelty
good as new, at a big sucriHoe. Johnson
& Danforth, 8. W. Cor. 10th and Jones sts.
FINE $375 pneumatic Stanhope, nearly new
$126; open pneumatic runabout, $60. Drum
niond, 18th and Harney. P M416
NOT a horse shower, but a wagon fixer
Harry Frost, 14th and Leavenworth.
FOR SALE Cheap, One stylish rhaeton,
one surrey and one brass mounted har
ness, all In good trim. 1414 Davenport
St., Windsor stables. P M649 27x
TEAM of work horses for sale. H. E. Hu-
bermann, Room 9, Continental blk.
. P 640 26x
WANTED TO BUY
SHONFELD, the ANTIQUARIAN, 822 N.
Y. Lite, pay Mghest price for books.
Tel. 3036. N 114
HIGHEST prices paid for furnished fiats.
S 34, Bee. N-11J
CASH for your horses. Mclchlor's Livery
Barn. N M254
A 7 OR 8-ROOM house, modern, for cash;
high elevation and close to car line; price
not to exceed $1,700. Address B 29, Ilea
office. N 574
WANTED To buy a second-hand bowling
alley. F. B. Coder, 819 N. 24th st.. So.
Omaha. N M817 26x
MOVING PICTURE MACHINE, new or
second-hand. Call on or address H. Plls
bury. 1502 Capitol ave. N MM 022
Should all avail themselves of consulting
Omaha's favorite "life reader,"
This wonderful woman ha been In Omaha
for more Ihun 7 years, during which time
she has practiced palmistry continuously
and her work has been eminently satis
factory. This woman a advice is always
a factor fur good. If in trouble alie can
help you. Don't hesitate to see her. Fur
Ion, 71a N. d at. B H-
GYLMER. palmist, 716 No.th Twenty-third.
H. J. COWOILL, 430 Paxton Blk., Omaha.
PATENTS H. A. Sturgls, rerlstered attor
ney. Patents, trade marks, copyrights.
No fee unless successful. 617 New lork
Lite building, Omaha, Neb. Mlooo
SUES tk CO.. Patent Lawyers; advice free.
Three offlcei: Bee building, Omaha, Neb.:
In4 Dearborn St., Chicago, III., and lu03 F
St., Washington. D. C. Tel. 1623.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT Suite of rooms, mod
ern house; year's lease only; references
exchanged. Address 11-47, Bee.
K 868 2tix
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms; mod
ern no children. Tel. A-341.
SECRET SOCIETY NOTICES.
Maaoale Tesnple, Corner
sixteenth and Capi
CAPITOL LODQE, NO. 8. A. F. A. M.
Special meeting Monday evening, Sept.
26, at 7:3o. Lodge of Instruction.
R. V. Cole. Master.
A. A. SCOTTISH RITE.
MT. MORIAH LODGE OF PERFECTION
Clnuile L. Tslhot. Ven. Master.
SKMPKH Fl DELIS OH A P. ROSE CROIX,
M. F. Funkhonser. Wise Master.
ST. ANDREW'S I'RECEPTORY. NO. 1.
wm. S. Summers. en. Precentor.
NEBRASKA CONSISTORY, NO. V
W. H. M linger. Master or Kartosn.
Regular meeting Monday, Sept. 26. 7:30
p. m. Business of grave Importance.
W. T. Bourke, 8ec'y.
KIGHT OF rYTHI..
NEBRASKA LODGE. NO. 1, K. OF P.
Meeting Monday evening, Sept. 26. In
Myrtle hall, loth and Douglas, followed
by meeting of D. O. K. K.
' B. H. Anderson. C. C.
Roy A. Dodge, K. R. 8.
MONEY TC 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 beat
suit your convenience.
We loan on Furniture, Pianos,
Live Stock and other chattels, and
we make salary loans. Our terms
are as good as any and belter
than many. We are the oldest
concern in our line ln the city,
with all-around consistent deal
ings to recommend us.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
(.Established Ml.) 3o6 8. 16th St.
3 P. C. YEAR
KKO.li $lou to to.ivo .oaiis 011 your personal
note ut 3 I hlt i.L.'ii i".n 1 hAit, All
good louns wunted. Call ur wine and get
my system. V. L. Eastman Ac Co., 1108
Farnam, Omaha. X 134
LOANS made on all kinds of chattel se
curity, elso on sAbAKlha.
Low Rates. Easy Terms.
Quick and Confidential Service.
Call on us ii in need of MONEY.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
633 Paxton Block.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others witiioui security; easy pay
ments; largest business ln 49 principal
cities. Tolinun, Room 714, N. Y.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 S.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. STAR
LOAN CO., 614 PAX ION BLOCK..
SEE FULLER 426 Paxton block, for loans
011 watches, diamonds ana jeweiry.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., luci f arnam st. a. 13
SALARY and collateral loans. Templeton,
o,r l,n 1,1,1.. iHutA 1 11
lid XJfZI 4iei. 41:1. - A Ml
Let Us Say a Word
There may be times wnen you need ready
casn to save your crean or prevent
trouble. It Is our business to supply you
and at the lowest rates of interest. You
can repay us ln small amounts of $1.00
weekly or $4.uu monthly, or more, only
your personal note needed If you are re
ceiving wages. We also loan on furni
ture, pianos, etc;, on the same easy plan.
No publicity or anno.4ng Investigations.
More than a thousand satisfied patrons to
recommend us. Call and have a private
talk with our manager. Open every Tues
day and Saturday evening until 8 o'clock.
THE J. A. HUTTON CO. (Inc.),
614-615 Paxton Block.
. X M560
WANTED Application Immediately for
$l,MJ0 loan. t . u. vveaa, J024 Douglas t.
X M84S 27
to loan on furniture, pianos, horses, etc.
BOWEN, 703 NEW YORK LIFE.
AGENTS WANTED We want an agent In
Omaha nnd every town ln Nebraska to
sell our new broom holder; used in every
family; the price Is low and good money
can be made selling this up-to-date little
wonder; Information liee. The Champion
Mfg. Co., Denver, Colo. J M664 Ol
FORT MEADE, S. D.( September 15, 1904.
Seuled proposals 111 triplicate will be re
ceived until 2 p. m., September 30, 104, for
conr.tructlng at Fort Meade, 8. D., a five
hundred thousand gallon reinforced con
crete reservoir. Bidders must stale time
in which they will complete work. Infor
mation furnished upon application. Plans
and specifications can be seen with quar
termaster. New York, Saint Paul. Denver,
Cheyenne, Omaha. A guarantee in amount
of 10 per cent must accompany proposals.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked '"Proposals for Reservoir, Fort
Meade, 8. D.," addressed GEORGE L.
BY RAM, Constructing Quartermaster.
B 10-10-1 l-l-J-MM
NOTICE AND CAUTION.
tv,a itiu, H,.i,i. i,t tin.' A Andrews con-
meted before August 20, 1904, will, being
uly certified and presented witnin reason
hlra time he nnld hv me. All person.
are, however, warned against trusting or
oanlng said uuy Aiuirews on my accouiii
.r mahini checks beariiix his name. be.
cause, save a above, I will not liquidate
any indebtedness by him Incurred.
K. BENJ. ANDREWS,
uincoln. Neb., Sept. 7. 1504. er.t8d21ti
GOOD PULPITFOR OMAHA BOY
B'nal Israel Temple, Eva nsvllle, Calls
Max G. Merrltt aa
Max J. Merrltt, whose home 1 at 2S24
Douglus street, has been elected rubbl of
the B'nal Israel temple at Evansvllle, Ind.,
for a term of three years. Mr. Merrltt
Is only 25 years old, and by ex
ceptional scholarship nnd ability has won
an Important congregation for his first
charge. He was born in Omaha, his par
ents being Mr. and Mrs. J. Merrltt, und
he was graduated from the Omaha High
school. For eight years he studied for th
Jewish ministry at Hebrew Union college,
In Ohio, being graduated with honors about
a year ago. Since then he has been In Eu
rope studying under distinguished teachers.
During the summer he returned home and
paid his Omaha relatives and friends a
visit. He preached in the Evansvllle tem
ple during the Jewish' holidays, and made
such a favorable Impression that he was
elected rabbi almost Immediately. Mr. Mer
rltt Is still at Evansvllle, where he will
take up hi work at once.
NEW CLUB IN SEVENTH WARD
Roosevelt and Falrbanka Organisa
tion Starta Oat with eventf
Republican of the Seventh ward met at
Twenty-sixth and Walnut Saturday night
and organized the Seventh Ward Roosevelt
and Fairbanks club, electing these as offi
cers: President, John Kowalcawskl; vice
president, Otto Baldwin; secretary, Nicho
las Herek; treasurer, August Krakowskl.
The club started with membership of
seventy-five. This give It four delegate
to th republican leegu' convention here
Friday night and the four officers named
were elected such delegate. A consti
tution wa adopted and Saturday fktad
tt night for th club' regular meeting.
W. T. Laughlln of Coffman visited friend
Mrs. W. R. Wall and daughter were visit
Ing relative In Omaha Wednesday after
Th rlty counitll did not have any meet
ing Monday night, on account of tha
Mrs. P. L. Zilch left Monday for Grand
Island to visit friends for a couple of week.
She formerly lived here.
Dexter L. Thomns of Omnha was a bust
ness visitor here Wednesony afternoon,
lor king nftcr some property here.
Mrs. tins W. Anderson of Oakland, Neb.,
visited with Mrs. Gus Swanson this week,
returning home Mommy morning.
Miss Mnhan of Ullmore, la., returned to
her home Monday Bfter a couple of week
here visiting Mrs. James C. Kindred.
Henry Stoltonberg has remodeled hlg
store building on Main street and will put
In a line of confectionery, cigars and to
bacco. Ferdinand Abendroth of Bancroft spent
the past week here, the guest of William
Buller. He returned home Tuesday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hupp and Mr. and
Mrs. James C. Kindred were entertained
at dinner Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. William
The Christian Endeavor society of tha
Presbyterian church had a social at th
home of L. A. Taylor Friday night for tha
benefit of the society.
Mrs. Hugh Buttle spent a couple of days
this week tlie guest or relatives 111 Omaha.
Mrs. lgan of 8henandoah, la., has beea
the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. E. Taylor,
for the past two weeks.
Lewis Plant, an old settler of this place,
was taken suddenly 111 Tuesday evening
while working, supposedly with heart
trouble. He has Improved and will probably
be up and around again soon.
Mrs. Harding of Omaha has commenced
the erection ot a fine resilience on the ten
acres purchased some time ago south ot
Mate street. The barns, pigeon and. chicken
house have been built some time.
St. Phillips Nerl, the new Catholic church
here, will he dedicated next Sunday. Father
Streltch of Omaha will assist with tha
ceremonies. The women of the Altar guild
will give a dinner to the visiting priests.
O. K. Turner, conductor on the railway
running through here, has been transferred
to the Norfolk & Sioux City line. He and
Mr. Turner left Monday morning for Em
ersoi?, where they will make their futura
Mr. and Mrs. William Kindred. Mr. and
Mrs. James C. Kindred and M. R. Kindred
were entertained Sunday at Omaha by tha
family of Sylvester Beasley at a birthday
party ln honor of -Mr. Beasley' sister,
Mrs. Hoffman of LaPorLe, lnd.
The matter of vacating some street In
the north part of town was taken up by
the cltv council at an adjourned meeting
Tuesday night. Messrs1. Wymiin and Flack
01 uniuna wisn to i t pint anout sixty acies
of the north part of Florence, and for thl
purpose they are asking the vacating of
certain stre-ets so. thut they can do so and
mak a couple of boulevards running
around the hills. Nothing definite was
done In the matter. Probably at the next
regular meeting, October 3, something will
There Is no clow to the burglars that
cracked th safe In the ofllce of the Flor
ence Lumber and Coal company. L. M.
Imm, the manager, said there was no
money ln the safe and that the safe was
never kept locked. Generally a tag hung
on the door notifying prospective burglars
of this fact, but It seemed to have been
overlooked Thursday night. From the np
pearances probably three times as mueti
nitroglycerine as was nfcesswry was used.
The safe door was blown off and up, strik
ing some paint cans and letting the paint
run out. The ssfe, a large fireproof one,
was utterly destroyed. The burglars used
putty to slop up the crevices In the lower
part of the door, except A place to put tha
nitroglycerine in. A four-ounce bottle wa
found In the lumber shed with nhout half
of the contents gone, and It Is thought th
burglars used the other half on the safe.
The records' and books in the safe were
damaged but very little. A small steel box
Inside the safe, containing pnpers, was
taken, bui this was found later ln the day
In a boxcar, where they had opened It
after blowing the safe, Presumably three
men did the Job, as Indications show one
man kept watch while the other two did
the worn. Mrs. John Slmpsrn, living near
the lumber yard and the manager's house,
noticed a man pacing up and down tha
sidewalk, who it is thought was keeping
watch on the manager's house to see that
he did not come out. The explosion wn
heard by several people living near, but
they thought it was a gunshot and paid no
more attention to It.
O. M. E. Tel. 611
MESSENGER AND BAGGAGE. !
1613 Fhrnam Street.
WILL GET YOUR B AGO A UK TERB
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