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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1905)
TnR OMA1TA DAILY PEE: SATURDAY, JUNE 17. 100.
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MONDAY, JUNE IV.
NEW CATALOGUE READT.
WRITE, CALL On 'PHONE FOR IT.
ADDRESS H. H. BOYLE. PRESIDENT,
June 19-July 28 All grades above the 3d.
St. John Guild Hall, ktitti and Franklin.
K M8i 18x
CITY SAVINGS BANK pays 4 per cent!
UtY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. 3531.
EYE STRAIN relieved by expert optical
treatment; glasses to nt; prices right.
Bennett's. R 93J
ANTI-Monopoly Garbage Co. 6a N. 16th.
Tel. 1779. R-40
211 So. 11th SL
CUT PATH railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Philbin, 10u6 Farnam. 'Phone 784.
Water backs, gvsollne stove? cleaned.
Omuha 6toe Repair Works. Tel. 0.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
(laity ol fire escapes, shutters, doors nnd
safes. G. Andreen, prop., 102 S. 10th St.
PIANOS and household goods a specialty.
Packing, moving and repairing by ex
perienced men; lowest rates. Tel. 1H25.
Fchmoller at Mueller Piano Co., 131.1 Fur
nam. R 945
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Iron and brass castings.
EXPERT piano moving; lowest rateM. Tel.
1625. Schmoller & Mueller, 1313 Farnam.
R M643 Jy9
8TEINWA Y PIANO, upright, slightly used.
3225; bargain. Ferfield Piano Co., 16U
Farnam. R 948
SIGN PAINTING, 8. H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
nn-f'ART REDUCED prices to re
Vu I O duCH atock; some great
bargains this week. Omaha Reed and Rat
tan Works. 1512 Howard. R M 23
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
LOOSE leaf lodger cheap. F 46, care Bee.
FOR SALE, several scholarships In a first
class standard school In Omaha, compris
ing complete course In business, short
lmnd and typewriting. Inquire at Bee
office. Q 852
FOR SALE, about 60 feet ornamental gal
vanlred Iron cornice and ornamental
Iron posts suitable for show window. Ap
ply superintendent Bee building.
PULLEYS AND COUNTERSHAFTS AT A
JO pulleys, from 6-lnch to 4S-lnch In diam-
ter; 8 counter shafts, complete.
T2?"er,a.1e a11 ln first-class condition. W.
II. Bridges engineer Bee Building.
An endless variety and at prices that can.
not be duplicated anywhere els John
son &Danforlh, S. W. cor. lwth and
Jones Sis. Entrance from viaduct
FOR SALE, new and second-hand billiard
and pool tables, bar tixtures of all kinds
easy paymenu. Send for catalogue'
Brunswlck-BaJke-Colleiider. 407 a loth a"
Omaha. Q lu3 '
COMPLETE line new and 2d-hand furnl
it i. Q lot
RELIABLE POWER IN
OL.ua OAS Vti. GASOLINE ENGlNI.-q
a-lke our OLvsilowLt, always i ready '
ew slightly uaea engines cheaj7
bend tor catalogue and crices
LVnU P LiGlNE U foRKS,
1114 itainani tiu, Omaha. '
WIRE chicken, hog and lawn fence lro"n"
steam. 3iio; ,5o Rammer, iJP tlhZ'
FleUriekBou. mi, anpli1J Ave '
W Aisilj j.s
amAiNU ,1Ul9 C''"!ap 1119 Far
. , ' Q-lui
STEAM Fi l l iiNGS FOR SALE
and look over li.e fotiuwing suppi,,
Lb-mcu Austin's horizontal si-parutur
l.-incn Austins veiUciU ueprt.iau.j- '
lmv, out on amount ot
cuiige, in uur , p.a, aim "li
moo. cuuaition. Auuitw ii duTiIi. i
o.. or w. vv. II. oiokea. "V"
mg Oiiiahi. 1 fcu,""-i
i-u iiolb good runuioul automobiij aTi7.
-ateeu ii. guoa iumg oium7 u.mai
. W lot
fcHEKWIN WILLIAMS CO. BEST M1XE1J
'AiXST. Bherinau Mccomieii ? DCi
uinalia. y iui '
CHEAP chicken fence, long nr timbei7u"nd
luieuiione uulta. ail i uoia unu
TWO children's white Iron bedj. 201 S. 2itl
LADIES' good bicycle cheap. Address G
' . Q-Tii 1.x
ALL KINDS of household goods win be
-iio.-d out immediaiely. N. U. cor ltith
LOST AND FOUND
V-''.NiT'.le.,'ls"1 'Jlttt tu '""-e youre7es
.tested and lined J igiu-Uenneti s.
, Found 070
RKWAliD There was recently stolen
from our shop. 3.m and 1 sii.. Suit
Omaha, a brass oval cuti.r head for bar"
rol machine, u is about six liul es In
illameier with several suel knives set lu
dt. It Is worth nothing io anyone but
the price of scrap brass. We will pay
W for return of the article to us. and
usk no questions. ' u
OMAHA COOPERAGE COM TAN Y.
LOST-Brown and white Scotch collie; an
swers to name of Dun; tax lag 213, dis-
Jritli.Avtu Lost-Muis 17
WANTED TO BUY
BlIONFELD. tha ANTIQUARIAN, (ta N
i lll"nl '" 'or books
M G buy, sell or trad carpets, furmturs
mid stoves. Tell Til or wrus J. Levin.
BliUARE PIANO in good condition. Wll
1 arnain. N-91
WANTED To buy a light second-hand 2-
aeated surrey. Address G 4t, Bee.
, N T3 21 x
Johnson, lnstltul. (1& N.Y. Ltf bldg. Tel.lt.
WANTED MALE HELP
THE SUMMER TERM
' WILL SOON OPEN.
CATALOGUE AND INFORMATION FREE
Classes ln all departments.
ROH R BO coll uituet., litu and Douglas.
TELL us what you can do and we 11 gel
you a jMisiiion.
Cull or write.
WLfiitkA KEF. & BOND AFS N (Inc.),
Dept. B, e-tl-SU N. I. L4ie HI.IK ,
WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMV. able-bodied
uniiiarii-d men, between ages of IS and
A, citizens ot United SLates, ol good
Character and temperate habits, who
kpean, read and wrue EiicSlish. For in
formation apply to Ueo lining Olllcer,
14ih and Douglas His., Oinauut Lincoln,
Neb., or Sioux City, ia. B 4i3
IF YOU aro ln need of a position call and
have a "neart-to-heart" talk with HART,
THE EXPERT, 4U1 N. Y. Life. B 907
WANTED Men and boys to learn plumb
ing traue. We cannot supply demand tor
graduates; 4.oU to ib.00 per day. Eight
weeKS completes course. Earn while
learning. Address lor catalogue, Coyne
Bros. Co., Plumbing Schools, Cincinnati,
O., St. Louis, Alo. B ioo
THE Home Educational Society of Phila
delphia wants more men to explain school
and text books; good pay; pleasant work;
no experience needed. Manager, i"0 Ware
Blk.. Omaha. B M737
DRUG stores bought and sold; drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Knlest, tJA N. Y. L.
386 PERMANENT salary and expenses paid
reiiaoie men outside ot tne ciiy; very
pleasant work. Address A. W. South, 316
Seville BlK., Oiuana, ieb. B-t5a
WANTED Several wide awake, energetic
young met to travel; work dignified, pleas
ant and prolltable. Students or teachers
preferred. No Investment required. Ad
dress: Twentieth Century Farmer, Omaha,
Neb. B M;o9 17x
WANTED Young man stenographer, who
has had experience ln large retail store.
Address G 9, Bee. B 80tf 16
LARGE boy and one man wanted. Omaha
Box Co., East Omaha. B 841 16
WANTED A bright young man who de
sires to learn bookkeeping and is willing
to serve as an apprentice tor lour months
without compensation; splendid opportu
nity for young man living ut home to
receive thorough and practical Instruc
tions in bookkeeping; answer ln own
handwriting staling age, where attended
school. G 45 Bee. B S64 lSx
WANTED 20 good people for city; calary
or commission; city firm. Thrasher, 216
N. 19th. B-877 21x
WANTED 60 men to colonize 2.000 acres of
land, richest kind; ten yenrs' time; 40
acre tracts; 'If you die your family gets
deed. If you don't want to live on It, buy
it as you would life insurance, 'twont cOBt
any more. Address Board of Trade, Bay
City, Texas. B-M8s3 IS
TRAVELING SALESMEN, on commission,
to carry three samples of a man 8 shoe to
retail at $1.60; state territory and experi
ence, reference, etc.; ready sellers every
where. The $1.60 Shoe Factory, Balti
more, Md. B M8S2 lSx
WANTED An experienced funeral di
rector, embalmer and furniture man to
work in a furniture store and take charge
of funerals. Reference required. State
salary wanted. J. Oliver & Son. Ran
dolph, Neb. B MS89 22
WANTED Two good molders. Address
Fremont Foundry and Machine Co., Fre
mont, Neb. B M9o 18
WANTED 20 bricklayers; all summer's
work; 70 cents hour. Henry W. Schlueter,
D. & D. Institute, Council Bluffs.
B 898 22
WANTED First-class white porter for sa
loon. 723 8. 9th St. B M916
WANTED Men, everywhere; good pay; to
distribute circulars, adv. matter, tack
signs etc.; no canvassing. Address Na
tional Advertising Co., loo Oakland Bank
building, Chicago, III. B M907 18X
WANTED FEMALE HELP
0 WORKING girls. Canadian office. 15th
and Dodge. . C 9o9
WANTED A cook. Mil. Joseph Barker.
1505 South 8th St. C 237
GIRLS wanted. Burgess Shirt Co. C 613
WANTED Young girl for general house
work. 1610 N. 25th St., South Omaha.
C 43ti ltix
WANTED Two good girls ' at once. 1024
Park Ave. C-839 16
WANTED Girl for general housework. In
quire of A. Hospe, 1613 Douglas St.
C MSt2 17
WANTED A competent cook; references
required. 303 Willow Ave., Council Bluffs.
Mrs. Dick Stewart. C Mh97
WANTED First-class dining room girl.
Apply Madison hotel, 21st and Chicago
Sts. C MU15
LADY assistant for branch office; estab
lished business: l paid weekly. No in
vestment required. Position permanent.
Previous experience not essential. Ad
dress Branch Manager, 323 Dearborn. Chi
cago. C M!t06 18x
WANTEDPosltlon by coachman, long ex
perience, understand noises thoroughly,
best of references, need work. Address
G 33, Bee. A M7S7 18x
WANTED First-class compositor (lady),
wouiu m;e position, neierences (urnished.
Address G iX, Omaha Bee. A MS!2 18x
WANTED Stenographic, copying or book.
Keeping work, two or three hours even
ings; have machine. Address O 44, Ree.
FOR HA LK Hook mid stationery, news and
cigars; stock, J1.20", in one of Kansas'
best towns of 15,uk). Reason for selling,
sickness. Address G 19. Bee. Y M894 18
DOCTOR wants country location. Address
G 3i, Bee. Y Ms.xl lbx
IF YOU wish to buy or sell a business or
roiiin., 11F1101.111 v. 0. Duifi iiureau
(ii4 and U16 Beo Bldg Y 949
IF YOU want to buy, sell, rent or exchange
real estate or business OU1CK see Como-ton-Watts
Co., Faxton Blk. Y 95o
I HAVE on? blacksmith shop, 60x50. and
lot 50x100, wi'h nood tools, both iron and
wood; only shop in town; good trai'o
good territory. Come and see or write
H. A. Buhnuiii. Buffalo Gap, S. D. Y 9W
SHARKS In Omuha Typewriter Exchange
at $-5 each; Incorporation. SlO.iasj; $iiis
worth of shares sold in three days- ''0' to
lui) per cent profit on your Investment
We will handlo the best new typewriters
on the market. Y 656
25 PER CENT rnOFITS-Put your money
In tli -.attle business; cash or tlma pay.
merits. Wo have the best ranch In Ne
braska ChII aivl got our booklet The
Western Cattle and Land Corporation titn
Bee Bldg., omuha. Neb. Y-267 M
FOR SALE A paying newspape- n good
Iowa town; buyer must have $250 for tirst
payment; it's a snap for some one. D H
Rouah, Nemaha, la. Y 771 18
GOOD payiruj drug Mote; will sell at n.
voice; doing good business. Also a print
ing plant, complete; good location For
full inftit mat Inn write William Madirett
Hastings, Neb Y-774
FOR SALE Restaurant, population 1 flrtO
railroad town; good business; partv leav
ing. Address G 12, care Bee. Y MS36
FOR SALE Half interest in grocery busi
ness; goed location dong flne buslnei3
Inquire 827 8. 29th St. Y-851 lSx
CIGAR STAND Arcade hotel, for sal In.
quire at stand. Y 40 16
F9R.ST'Err-,J-1ut furniture and un
dertaHns; good trade; t-ood territory
fine point for German or Bohemlnn Ad
dress G 37. Be. Y-M854 lSx
WHOLESALE and retsll candv and Ice
cream business, everything flrst-clxas- no
competition: mint for risking money; very
ill-health cause for selling: invoice Mam
i opoortunlty of a lifetime. William
M-ifWtt. Hist'nirs. Nb T M
alRS. JOHN R. Ml.'jICK. Osteopathy Ph
. aUiau; ofllc. NavlUe Blk. ,TL SsjL
c hSTRWR7 '"die.' voice specialist.
"As a ruJp, man's a fool
WLon it's hot he wants it cool,
When it's cool, he wants it hot
Never pleased with what he's got
Always wanting what is not."
The many who use Bee Want Ads
get what they want Bcc Want Ads
do the business a, trial will convince
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
ItOYAL HOiEL, European, lbtn & Chicago.
E 9, J
DEWEY, European hotel, 13th & Farnam.
VIENNA Hotel; pnvate dining rooms, cafe.
FOR RENT, desirable front room, tc slngla
gentleman; modem conveniences. .i
bouth iaiu t. K lo5
ROOMS and good boaru, $5 per week ana
up. Call loll Chicago St. E 819
EXCELLENT cool and cosy furnished
rooms with or without alcove, at the
most reasonable price: meals close by.
Phone in house. Dr. Pribuenow. 2514
EAST front parlor and smaller room; mod
era conveniences. llt N. 25th St.
K 617 26z
NICELY' furnished rooms for gentlemen;
all modern conveniences; excellent loca
tion for transients; references exchanged.
2101 Farnam. E 873 lix
FURNISHED rooms, all modern, walking
distance; newly furnished. 220 N. 19th St.
E 874 lSx
NICELY furnished rooms for one or two
gentlemen; reasonable rates. 211 S. 29ih
Ave. E 871 lx
HOUSEKEEPING, also sleeping rooms,
The Lakota. 1613 Howard St., and 714 S.
16th; Hat 6. E M17 19x
1816 CHICAGO, south front parlor; piano
alBo sin gle room; m od ern. E Mf'M 19x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
O. W. E.. TEL. 611.
MESSENGER AND BAGGAGE.
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave;
large front rocras, with alcove, southern
exposure, hot and cold water; family
cooking; 'phone and modern improve
ments. F M79
SIGHTLY east front with alcove, for two
persons. The Pratt, 210-12 8. 25th yt.
NICELY furnished front parlor, suitable
for two, with board, $4.60 per week; also
single room, $4.50; day board, $3.50 per
week. 1811 Capitol Ave. F 844 16x
FOR two gentlemen or man and wife, largo
front room with alcove, furnished or un
furnished, with good board; close in, tine
lawn and trees. 621 S. 18th St. 'Phone 1816.
F M878 18
FIRST-CLASS, cool, pleasant front parlor
for couple or two gentlemen; gas and bath.
'Phone red 4637 or call 1714 Douglas St.
ONE large room with small room adjoin
ing; the very best board; beautiful lawn,
garden; home cooking. 627 Park Ave.
'Phone. Mrs. Sam J. Oliver.
F M909 19x
GOOD room and good board for two; $5
each; nice yard. 1811 Chicago St.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two large, very nice rooms;
walking distance. 410 N. 23d St. G MS12
UNFURNISHED front room and alcove.
wun Housekeeping privileges. 2582 Harney
St. G M857 17x
A SXTITE of 4 rooms and hall with private
oam, seconu uoor 01 vvitnneu Dulldlng,
15th & Harney.
Corner rooms and front rooms, St. Mary's
Ave. 3 rooms, $11.00; 2 rooms, $7.00. One
large room for $5.00. See Janitress on
N. P. DODGE & CO., 1614 Farnam St.
G M913 19
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-STORY and basement. 1003 Far
nam; elevator, an irst Nat l Bank Bldg.
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
small office, which rents for $10.00 per
month. Price includes heat, light, water
and Je.nltor service. It is located on ih
fourth floor of The Beo building and la
Just the hing for any one wanting a nice
little office in the best office building In
town. R. C. Peters & Co., rental agents
ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1771
BUILDING, 916 FAR
This building 1 22xs5 feet, four stories
and a basement. The basement is 22x132
feet. Is cemented. The Colling over the
basement has a brick vault ana Iron beam
construction, making the basement lire
proof. The tlist floor has a. marble floor in
front and granolithic floor in rear. There
is a large burglar-proof vault and a power
elevator. The upper floors have windows
on three aides.
Address To Bee Building Co., C. C.
Rosewater, becrotary, room 100 Bee Bldg.
Large office space 011 fat nam St., street
floor, near loin, with tne use of vault
two telephones and private oilice. If you
apprecia,6 me vaiue of sireei floor loca
tion ln the heart of the ciiy, Investigate
N. P. OODGI:. ii CO.. 1614 Farnam St.
1 9ui 18
IF you apply at onco we can give any
one ueaiims ifTi oiiico space aimoot
uuy arrangement inoy desire. 1111s space
is on the sixth floor of 'Hie Bee buiiuing,
with north light. R. C. Peters it Co..
Rental Agei.ls, ground floor, Be Bldg.
I 1 ti
THE storeroom. No. 2312 Farnam St., only
10 per iiiuulii. muiiv x. c-. xtiers &
Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1952
STOREROOM. 621 South 16th St. Clarke
Powell, lulu Capitol Ave. 'Phone 921.
A SUITE of offices of second floor of With-
nell building, 15111 Si Harney.
N. P. DODGE & CO., 1014 Farnam St.
I MH12 19
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To rent furnished room, with
board, or two liuals, in strictly private
family (with no other roomers; oy re
spcctable young man; location, ln resi
dence district, close to car line. Give full
particulars and state your price and con
venlences in reply. ' Address G 4o, care
Bee. K 819 lx
GOLDMAN Pleating Co.; 200 Douglas Blk.
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy. Phone A2766.
LKAHN dressmaking at home by mall. A
full, complete and iclentlnc course ln
dressmaking taught ty mail. Our stu
dents . very successful. Send for cata
logue describing the course. Century
Correspondence School, Des Moines, la.
M 550 :ix
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column put an ad In sod you will a,.un
WANTED To trade, a well Improved farm
In eastern South Dakota for a modern
city residence In good locstlon. A. G.
Matter, room 27, U. 8. National Bank
Bldg., city. ' Z MS 16x
FOR SALE HORSES WAGONS
RUNABOUTS, wagons and carriages at
freatly reduced prices. Johnson 6c I'un
or tu, aouluwast vomer lwU 1 and Jon" -
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
In the Best Residence Districts
3S70 Dodge St. 8-room house, modern, oak
finish, best of condition, large barn, lot
4H.xl.t0 feet. Price In.OuO.
1511 Georgia Ave. 8-room house, modern
except furnace, nice yard and shade trees,
lot 6W42 feet. Price $3,750.
GEORGE & CO., lflol Farnam St.
On the new Centml Boulevard, sultnble for
subdivision; a great bargain at $2,000.
Payne Investment Co.,
First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
RE 847 1
GAS AND ELECTRIC
Wholesale and Retail.
RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.
W. L BURGESS, Manager.
J13 80. lEth Street. Omaha.
RE-M177 Je SO
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming:
low prices; ten years' time. Land Dept.
L. P. R.. R.. Omaha. Neb., Dept. "A."
THEY believe It now. They buy Custer
county lands. For further particulars,
write Willis Cndwell Co., L td , Broken
Bow, Neb. RE-M953
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Good Iowa corn farm of 560 acres; 480 acres
in cultivation, balance fine pasture; good
Improvements, 3 miles fro mtown. Price,
$tw per acre. Will take stock of goods, or
good city property, as part paryment. J.
P. Martin, Missouri Valley, la.
BUSINESS r-opert'- In C-naha paying 8
per cent net on $20,000. Will sell for $16,-
THOMAS BRENNAN. Room 1. New York
CAS- Williamson Co.u- la?&
FARMS FOR SALE.
640 acres ln Boone county. Neb., near St
Edward, well Improved and under culti
vation. Price. $45 per acre; $13,800 cash:
balance, $15,000, 10 years at 6 per cent an
6,000 acres ln Boone and Nance counties,
Nebraska, ail well Improved; fine farms
of 160 acres or more together from $35
to $60 per acre, easy terms, long time.
For circulars giving full Information call
on or write
GEORGE ft COMPANY.
1601 Farnam St., Omaha. RE 778 18
We will submit any reasonable offer on the
2912 Grant St., 5-room house and barn.
254 Burdette St., 7-room modern house.
2117 and 2119 Izard St.. 4 houses; rent, $41.
1920 and 1922 8. 10th St., 4 flats; rent, $38.
3.114 and 3.116 S. 20th St., 2 houses; rent, $20.
322 and 324 N. 25th St.. 2 houses; rent, $29.
914 N. 42d St.. 8 rooms, modern.
240 acres ln Chase Co., Nebraska.
N. P. DODGE & Co.,
1614 Farnam Bt,
12 ACRES. 52d and I Sts.,
Inquire 1411 Vinton St.
RE M904 19 x
MODERN house, beautiful location, $2,400;
half cash. Inquire 1411 Vinton.
RE M905 19x
When You Write
rJmember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention, the fact that you
saw the ad. in The Bee.
FOR SALE FARMS
This agricultural weekly goes to 60,000
homes ot farmers and stock raisers, so tf
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will find a buyer
among them. The cost of an advertisement
Is small 2 cents per word in small type, or
$2.80 per inch if set In : typ.
FOR RENT FARMS
80 ACRES of fine hay land for rent close
to South Omaha, 2.00 per acre. Good
stand of hay close to market.
N. P. DODGE & CO., 1614 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
WE have it to advance you on Furniture,
Pianos, Live Stock and other chat
tels, or If you are employed on a sal
ary we can loan you upon your own
agreement without mortgage.
WE can give you the money on very short
notice and handlo the business with
WE never charge for making papers or for
notary fees and we never deduct in
terest, in advance as some do.
WE can make your contract ln 1, 2, 3, 4,
6, 6, 7, 8, 9 or even more monthly pay
incuts, nuiking the. iiayments very
small, and if you pay larger payments
than the contract calls for we allow
a rebate which in all cases shall be
proportionate to the original contract.
Others say they do tins, we do it.
ONLY see us is all we ask, and if we can
not do as well or belter than others
we cannot exiect your business.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
Hit Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 226.
(Established lx)l 3k B. lblli St.
WHERE You get it on
Furniture, Pianos, Horses,
Wagons, Cows, Salaries, etc.,
WHERE You get it on short notice.
WHERE You get low rates and easy
WHERE Confidential and courteous
dealings bring you back.
WHERE Can you do better?
PHOENIX CRtDIT CO.,
Tod floor. 633 PAXTON BLK.
MONEY loaned on furnltvre, salary,
horses, etc.; half usual rates. Dr. Pribbe
now. room U4, at 2u9 8. 15th St. Tel. liiL
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security; easy iayiiients. Offices
in 53 urlnciptu cuies. 1
New York Life Bldg.
L'olinan, room 714,
BO WEN'S MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, horses, cows. Plain note If
steadily employed. 703 N. Y. Life.
MONEY loaned on salary, furniture, Jew
elry, horses. Duff Green Loan Co., i
Barker Blk. X-9ti5
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 8. It
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE STAR
l)AX CO.. 614 PAXTON BLK. X-967
FOR RENT HOUSES
NO. 1334 8. i!8lh, s-room, modern house,
large and Leauiilul yard, only $30 per
month. Inquire R. C. Peters & Co,
ground flour Bee Bldg. D 747
H ( )l S I-Hu of toe city. J
iivsuoaoj,,. j-Bie.e cu e Biug.
THE Omaha Van and Storage Co. pack,
move aim stole H. it. guuua. js'.oienousu
ll-U,4 N iala. Olllce, itiilt r allium,
iei. tojt. UMi
WE MO E pianos.
',0. Xet. nan.
Maggard Van & Slur
Oliice, mi, ebstei St.
NO. 641 PARK AVE. rooms, modern
only 2t a inontn. inqulie tx. C. peiers
Co. Jj Ainu
Piano moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. 162u bchniolier at Mueller.
l-iniKPRla al1 Prt ' city. 1'h
liWUJMj, j,-, jjavi to., bug Wce RiUli
Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
FURNISHED FLAT ln new apartment
building lor the summer. Address L uo,
No. 4202 Hamilton St., 6-room flat, only
$7.00 per month. lnqulra .1. C. meters dc
Co., ground floor Bee Bldg. D 4o7
6-ROOM modern house, 2624 Dewey Ave.,
paved, $4.O0. G. E. XurKlngton, wi Boo.
2701 DODGE St., 9-room house and bath,
strictly model 11 and up-to-daie; most de
sirable; investigate if you desire a good
home; good us new; lent 4U. Call Iwo
Dodge. Plioue 6141. D 24
CENTRAL, all modern, 7-room house. 2J)
N. 23d. Li 331
2614 ST. MARY'S, 10-room modern house;
attic, laundry; will paper and repair;
walking distance. Only $40 per month.
Inquire Ii. C. Peters dc Co., ground floor.
Bee Bldg. D M147
1922 CALIFORNIA. 10 rooms, modern, suit
able lor roomers. Inquire R. C. Peters
& Co., ground floor, Bee Bldg.
4-ROOM house, 2314 Boulevard Ave. (south),
Vi block from South Omaha car; ln good
condition; city water inside; rent $3.
Walter Breen, 416 Karhach Blk.
APARTMENTS TO LET.
We are partitioning off two apartments ln
The Hamilton Apartments, 24th and Far
nam; one suitable for family of two and
one for bachelors.
W. Farnam Smltn & Co., Agents, 1320
Farnam. D 615
FOR RENT, three large rooms, city water.
1826 N. 17th St. $8.
Four rooms lower floor, city water. 3124
Mason St. $6.
C. M. BACHMANN. 436 PAXTON BLOCK.
FOR RENT 7-room. all modern house;
choice neighborhood. 2123 California St.
$32.60. Apply at 607 N. 19th St.
FOR RENT Nearly now 9-room modern
house, 011k finish, every convenience,
lawn. 810 Worthington Place. $45.
GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM.
fpR RENT-10-room, strictly modern
home; kio Worthington St., opposite
Brownell Hall; $50. 8-room dwelling.
Dundee, $35. W. L. Selby, 334 Board of
Trade Bldg. 'Phone 1610. D MbSO 18
FOR RENT About July 20, 10-room mod.
ern house near high school. The O. F
Davis Co., 60S Bee bldg. D M891
FIVE rooms. 2519 N. 15th iSt. D M887 22
FOR RENT 10-room, modern house, 2D19
Mason St. Inquire F. P. Kirkendall it
Co., 1118 Harney St. D M96 18
3316 S. 20th St., 3 rooms, $7.00.
1920 8. 10th St., 7-room flat, $7.00.
N. P. DODGE & CO., 1614 Farnam St.
D M914 19
MONEY TO LOAN-REAL ESTATE
W ANTED City loans.
R. C. Peters dc Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W H
Ihomas, 1st is'utT Bank Bldg. Tel. Jb'l8.
F. D. Wead. 1520 Douglas.
WANTED City loans and warrants W
tsrnam Smith dc Co., 1320 Farnam St '
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. City loans
at lowest rules; uo delay, get our tern s
, W-iWo '
LOWEST rates, city property; 6 P c on
farms in eastern Neb. Jaeinis, Paxton Blk
. VV-Ws "
MONEY to loan on
erty at lowest
room 1, New
in on unproved Omaha pron
est rutes. Thomas Brcnun.
York Life Bldg. W-US7
BUILDING loans on residence proDertv a
per cent. W. B. Meikle. Ra.mge Blk
. - W xsi
LOANS on Omaha improved property or
to build with; can pay it back in monthly
Iiayments. Hastings Ac Heyden, 100!)M. Far
nam St. W-M878
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The N
Church Co., main fl., N. Y. L. 'J
J. M. Macfarland, 304 N. Y. L. Bid. Tel. 1552
. , 837 "
OMAHA COLLECTION CO.. Tel
PRINTING ???.M.RIAL CARDS; ar
w tlstlc utslgns. S. E Cor
I.YNGSTAD lc,h st- a"J capitoi ve
REAT WESTERN PRINTING CO 1511
LARSON JOHNSON-Cut rtttes to all
lw.lnl. 14'i6 Farnam. Tel, B2113. Mem
ber American Ticket Brokers' association.
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
Ins; In fact, anything you do not tieert;
we collect, repulr and sell, at 114 N. 11th
St.. for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4135 and wagon will call.
FRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies bonrried and Hdnpted. Mrs. Oardell.
2216 Charles. Tel. 5311. U 122
WE RENT sewing machines. "5c week. We
repair all makes of machines; sweond
hnnd machines, $5 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co..
Tel. lfra. Cor. 15th nnd Harney. U 123
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ratrge nix.
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. t A S. 1606 Farnam.
ACCORDION and SUNBURST
PLKATINU, RUCHING, BUTTONS
Send for price list and samples.
THK GOLDMAN PLhAlINO CO.
200 DOUGLAS BLOCK. TEL. 1936.
Just forming; wvu and $1 wteaiv ; pianos de
livered Immediately; piano lessons ire,
cull lor particulars, loil iaiiiani SU
FRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium, ,24 First Ave.. CouucU Bluffs, la.
Tel. 774. ViM
'PHONE 701 and a man will call and tune
your piano, R Peraeld Piano Co., 1611
aruain. U 127
MAG N FTIP treatment dc baths. Mm.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths. 720 S. 13th.
BEST umbrellas, lowest prices; repairing
done. Boston L'mbteiia Co., b2o t. lulu,
lei. 1617. U-V1183 Jyiux
EDWARD NORMAN KENT, muslo studios,
Witnneil Biug., loth and Harney. Write
for circula-s. U 573
Tel. 6604. Dalbey, 22U7 Mason.
U iu Jy-9x
TRY KELLEY S LAUNDRY.
WILL glv worthy party shorthand schol
arship in leading school and wait lor pay
ment. Address C 65, Bee. U 12a
DR. JACKSON treats successfully chronic
and nervous diseases. Call or write. Dr.
Jackson, tin N. Y. Lite Bldg., Omaha.
Consultation free. U 130
FACTORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest rates for reliable service. Tel, 162b.
Schmoller dc Mueller, piano makers.
$30-RUPTURE CURED-$30; no injections,
no pain; absolute guarantee; we cure per
maiiently; new method; call or write for
booklet. QUICK CURE RUPTURE Co..
611 WOuDMEN WOiliJJ BLDG..
OMAHA. U M17 30X
WANTED Merry-go-round and other at
traction for Fourth of July celebration.
Address Committee on Amusements, ash
land. Neb. U-M863 18x
RECORDS of the living voice of, Pope Leo
XIII reciting the benediction and Ave
Maria. Columbia Phonograph Co., 1621
Farnam. U 866 Jy 14
For Women Only Dr. Raymond's Pills, for
delayed periods, absolutely reliable, per
fectly sate; no danger, no pain, 110 inter
ference with work; relief brought to thou
sands after everything else failed; highly
recommended by all mat have used ttieiu.
By mall, $2. Dr. G. G. Raymond Remedy
Co., Room 36, 64 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
PEN-TAN-OOT Prompt regulator for
ladles; neve,- falls; $2 postpaid. Sherman
dt McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 113
DR.. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and irregularities of women from any I
cause; experienced and reliable. Address'
with stamp, Dr. Pries, 1511ft Dodge St.,
Omaha. , U 113 1
HONORABLE retired physician will give
advice free to weak men. Address Dr.
Carl Kerby, P. O. box 227, Seattle, Wash.
Palmist M ME. B U D D H A-Clalrvoyant
Located over 113 S. ltith, upstairs. Kev
sultful predictions guaranteed. S 637
MME. BOYER, advice reliable. 210 N. 17th
(Center Hotel), half block N. W. post
office. 'Phone B2547. S M784 17x
MME. FRANCISCO. 1704
hours 9 a 111. to 2 p. m.
S 822 17
H. A. STURGES,
registered attorney; pat-
ems, trade marks, copyrights; 110 lea un
7 N. X. Lilt, omana.
BUES & CO., patent attorneys. Washing
ton, D. C, opposite U. 8. patent office.
Advice and paioni blanks fra. 01JyI
HESS & SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam.
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam.
BONDS FOR SALS.
Bids are wanted on a JU.uoO Issue of
refunding school bonds of School District
No. One of Weston County, Wyoming,
suld Issue being In 10 bonds of $1,000 each,
bearing six l6 per cent Interest, Interest
p;.ynble semi-annual'.y. The first bond of
M.f'O Is payable 6 yenrs from date of
Issue and one bond of $1,000 each year
thereafter until paid. For further in
lormation address A. EVANS,
Clerk of School Board.
Newcastle. Wyo. M31d30t m
Bids will be received by the Secretary of
the Boiird of Public Ijinds and Buildings
up to 12 o'clock Saturday, July 1, l!i, for
furnishing and Installing in the Hospital for
Insane at Lincoln, Nebraska, one tl) pump
and one 15 horsepower motor, according to
plans and specifications now on file ln the
office of the Secretary of State. The board
reserves the right to reject liny and all
bids. A. GALUSHA.
Secretnrv of the Board of Public Lands
and Buildings. J16 d6t m
tShould be read DAILY by all Interested,
sa changes may occur at any time).
Foreign mills for the week ending June
li. 1st, will close (PROMPTLY In all
cases) at the General lVstoflleo ns fol
lows: REGISTERED AM) PARCELS
POST MAIL-, close at the General post
office ONE HOUR EARLIER thHn closing
time shown below. Parcels-Post M.iils
for Germany close at 6 p. m. June 12 and
Parcels-Post Malls for Great Britain and
Ireland are despatched by the White Star
Line on Wednesday and by the American
Lino on Saturdays. An additional despatch,
la made by the Cunard Lino when a Cutiard
steamer sails on Saturday LATER than
the American Line steamer the same day.
The Parcels-Post malls close one hour be
fore the regular malls.
Parcels-Post Mull for RARPSAPOS and
GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND CAN
NOT b registered.
Regular and Supplementary mails close
st Foreign Station (corner of West an J
Morton streets) tmlf hour later thnn clos
ing time shown below (except thst Sup
plementary Malls for Europe, and for Cen
tral Ame-lca via Colon, closo 0110 hour
later at Foreign Station).
SATURDAY (17) At fi a. in. for FIT
ROPE, per s. St. Ixiuls, via Plvnuuitti
and Cherbourg (Including Liverpool. Scot
land and Ireland when spcciullv nil.
dressed for this stesimr); nt (1 .tu n m
for SCOTLAND direct (specialty Ad
dressed only). ter s. s. Columbia, at s M
a. m. for BELGIUM ( PARCELS- POST
MAII.S), per s. s. Vaderland (also regu
lar mall for Belgium when specially ml.
dressed for this steamer); at 8:3i a. in
for ITALY direct (specially addressed
only), per s. a Koenlg Albert; at ll:3il a.
m. (supplementary 1 p. m ) for EUROPE,
per s. s. Lucanla, via Qucenstown and
Mall for South and Central America,
West Indies, Ktr.
SATURDAY (17)-At 8.10 a. tn. (supple
mentary 9:30 a. in.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per s. a. Maracalbo (also
Colombia, via Curacao, when specially ad
dressed for this steamer); at 9. a. tn. for
PoRTO RICO, per s. s. Ponce, via Sin,
Juan; at 9:. a. m. (supplementary M::U
a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND, JA
MAICA and COLOMBIA, except Cuuc 1
and Magdalena Depart ments. per s. s.
Alleghany (also Panama and Canal Zone,
via Colon, and Costa Rica, via Llinmi.
when specially nddressed for thin
steamer; at 9:30 a. tn. (supplemental v
10:30 a. m. for ST. THOMAS, ST. CROIX,
LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS
and oriANA, per s. s. Korona (IncliKlmK
Grenada, St. Vincent and Trinidad when
specially ndlressed for this steamer); at
10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. a. Mexico, via
Havana; at 12:30 p. in. for CUBA (spe
cially addressed only), per s. . Cubana,
NOTICE -Five cents per Tmlf ounce In ad
dition a' The tegular postage, must bn
prepaid on all letters forwarded by thu
SUPPLEMENTARY MAIlyS and letters
deposited ln the drops marked "l-tti-r-t
for Foreign Countries," after the CLOS
ING OF THE REGULAR MAIL, for
despatch by a particular vessel, will not
be so forwarded unless such additional
postage is fully prepaid thereon by
stamps. Supplementary Transatlantlo
Malls are opened on the piers of thu
AMERICAN. ENGLISH and FRENCH
steamers, whenever the sailings occur at
9:00 a. m. or later; and late mall may bo
deposited ln the mall boxes on the piers
of the German Lines sailing from Ho
boken. Supplementary mail for Turks
Island and Dominican Republic is also
opened on the Clyde IJne I'ler. The mulls
on the piers open one hour and a half
before sailing time, and close ten minutes
before sailing time. Only regular post
age (letters 6 tents a half ounce) is re
quired on articles mailed on the piers of
the American, White Star and German
(Sea Post) steamers; double postage (let
ters 10 cents a half ounce) on other lines.
Mall Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex
Mail (except Jamaica and Bahamas) are
forwarded dally to ports of sailing. Tha
CONNECTING malls close at the General
Post Office, New York, as follows:
CUBA, via Port Tampa, at 44:30 a. m. (Mon
day Wednesday and Saturday). (Also
from New York, Thursday and Saturday
MEXICO CITY, overland, at 1:30 p. m.
and 10:30 p. m. dally, except 8unduy;
Sunday at 1:00 p. m. and 10:30 p. m.
NEWFOUNDLAND (except Parcels-Post
Mails), via North Sydney at 7 p. m. Mon
day, Wednesday and Saturday (also
occasionally from New Y'ork and Phila
delphia. See above).
MigUELON, via Boston and North Syd
ney, at 6:30 p. m. every other Sunday
(June 4 to 18, etc.),
JAMAICA, via Boston, at 7:00 p. m. Tues
day and Friday. (Also from New York
on Saturday. See above).
COSTA RICA, via New Orleans, at 10:30
p. m. Tuesday.
BRITISH HONDURAS, HONDURAS (Eust
Coast), and GUATEMALA, via New Or
leans, at jl0:30 p. 111. Monday. ( est
Const of Honduras Is despatched from
New York via Panama see above.)
NICARAGUA (East Coast), via New Or
leans, at 10:30 p. m. Wednesday. (West
Coast of Nicaragua is despatched from
New York via Panama seo above.)
PANAMA and CANAL ZONE, via N-w
Orleans, at 510:30 p. m., Sunday (after
10:30 p. m. Sunday and until sailing of
New York steamer, mall for Panama
and Canal Zone is held for the New
York steamer seo above.)
REGISTERED MAIL for overland de
spatches closes at 6:00 p. m. previous day.
Transpacific Malls, Forwarded Over
The schedule of closing of Transpaclitc
Malls Is arranged on the presumption .it
their uninterrupted overland transit to port
of sailing. The final connecting mull (t!X
cept Registered Transpacific Malls de
spatched via Vancouver. Victoria, Tacoin.i
or Seattle, which close ot 6 p. m. previous
day) close at the General Post ulilce, Ne.v
York, as follows:
HAWAII, JAPAN, COREA. CHINA ami
PHILIPPINE ISLAM'S, via San Fran
cisco, close at 6 p. m. Juno 12 for di
spatch per s. s. China.
HAWAII, via San Francisco, close
p. m. June 12 for despatch per a. s
meda. , ,
HAWAII, via San Francisco, close
p. m. June 17 for despatch per s. f
FIJ? ISLANDS. AUSTRALIA (cxoM
West) and NEW CALEDONIA, via Van
couver and Victoria, B. C, closo at 6 p.
m. June 17 for despatch per s s. Aorangl.
JAPAN. COREA, CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via Seattle, close at 4
p. m. June 17 for despatch per s. s. Tre-
NEw'zEALAND. AUSTRALIA (except
West). NEW CALEDONIA. SAMOA,
HAWAII and FIJI ISLANDS, via San
Francisco, closo at p. m. June .4 for
despntch per s. s. Ventura. Of cunard
steamer carrying the British mull for
New Zealand does no arilve In limn to
connect with this despatch, extra maili
closing nt 5:30 a in., 9:30 a. m. and ti
r m Bnnrlava nt 4:3n a. 111., 9 a. m. and
6. p. m. will' be made up and forward
,,r.tii ih. arrival of the cunard steamer I.
PHILLIPPINE ISLANDS and GUAM. la
San Francisco, close at 6 p. m. June 24
for despatch per U. flTnPnIr':T . .
HAWAII. JAPAN. COREA, CHINA nnd
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via hnn Fran
cisco, close at 6 p. 111. June 20 for de
snatch per s. 8. Doric.
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via
San Francisco, close nt 6 p. m. June 26
for despatch p r s s. Mariposa.
JAPAN (except Parcels-Post Malls),
COREA. CHINA and PHILIPPINB
j $350 Boston Beverly Wagon $215
EAGLE Ixan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing, -H business confidential. 13ol Douglas.
X 968 .
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loan. Foley
Loan Co., 15u4 Fart.am St. X 969
CHATTEL and collateral loans. Union
. Loan dV Investment 13. 11 Itt.4 212 be
This yphlele Is used as a country
club wagon. If, Is one of the lutest
(styles a wagon of the highest type,
built by Foler and Iiiunnnoud ln
Massachusetts. Has black body wlih
gear aud small panels of Primrose
yellow. The scut are wide, roomy
and comfortable, and both seats aud
back are upholstered ln highest grade
wool bedford cord. All wood ln this
vehicle Is well seasoned second-growth
hickory; bolts, Norway Iron; Urewater
fifth wheel with forged kiugbolt; and
English iteel rubber bend springs.
thai is a.
AH Iron work is hand-forged, the finish,
the finest that skilled workmen and
most costly material can produce. It
Is an unusually high giairie, toppy
looking rig for country or city driving
and is now 8AOKIFICED AT BKLOW
COST to close out Immediately. Ye
also have single and double harness to
and offer big reductions on
Come ln and let us show you
Boston Beverly W'agou. If not
the tvle rig you're looking for why,
we've many other styles from which
you may make a selection, alt offered
at greatly reduced prices.
Drummorvd Carriage Co., 18ih H Harney Sis.
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