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THE OMAHA DAILY RPTfi: PATURDAT. JULY IS. 1003.
Advertisements for tkn oremne
will be takes netll 12 m. for h
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tlon. Theaa advertleementa mnat ha
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dreaaed to a nambered letter In ear
of The Bee. Anawera eo addreaaed
will ha dellTered an preaeatatlaa of
BOY LHS COLLEGE
Business, Shorthand, Typewriting, Teleg
raphy, Normal and English. All summer
Sessions. Catalogue- free. Address 11. B.
Bo) lea, Pres Boyles Bldg., omapa, Nob.
CITY SAVINGS BANK pays 4 par cent.
TRY 8 TOWEL, SUPPLY. TeL 3530.
: K OOO
ANTI-Monopoly Garbage Co. 621 N. Mb,
181. 111. K oos
C'l T Y STEAM
HI So. 11th St.
CUT RATE railway tickets
P. IL Ftalibln, U-Jti Farnam.
WISE IS THE MAN
that orders his "furnace to be looked after
and repaired now. You are a welcome
visitor to our Up-to-Date Stove Repair
House, new location, 12U6-1208 Douglas, or
OMAHA Bl'OVE REPAIR WORKS.
L R 114
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty or nre escapes, shutters doors and
safes. O. Andreen. prop., 102 8. 10th St.
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Iron and brass castings, sui Jackson. TeL
2432. R otol
BTE1NWAY PIANO, upright, slightly used,
lzj; bargain. Per held Piano Co., 1611
Farnam, K 6o4
E1GN PAINTING, 8. H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
nri.f" A DTC REDUCED prices to re-
wwnnu fluce stock; some great
liargalna tbls week. Omaha Reed and Rat
tan Works, 1U2 Howard. R 606
TN13 HARDWOOD FLOORS Of every
kino, urau ttevica. wtt oak NL
. . R 7ba Jy2x
JERSEY BULL, service, Jtth and Mander
son. R M84) ilx
PLUMBING, steam and hot water heating.
J. L. Mclnerny, Lull . Chicago. ''Phono,
zm or liiack m Agix
FURNITURE repairing and furniture
packed for shipment. J. Hansen, lbS2 N.
ZUtl tit. T61. A-ZM3. Ui 16X
AICn IC TUG MAM that orders his
"iJi- sJ iiiu mnn furnace to be
looked after and repaired now. You are
a welcome-visitor toour Up-to-Date Stove
Repair House, new location, 12U6-12U8
Douglas, or teloplione Wo. Omaha Stove
itepair w oras. K 114
FOh SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE, new and second-hand billiard
ana pool tames, Dar nxtures of all klnda;
easy payments. Send for catalogue.
Brunswick-Balke-Collender 407 8. 10th St.,
COMPLETE line new and M-hand furni
ture. Chicago irurnuux Co., 1410 Dodg.
-i ei. mm. . Q 669
RELIABLE POWER 1N
OLDS - OAS OR GASOLINE ENGINES,
i fv. uiii vkiioiuvoiijii auwaya reaay.
Few slightly used engines cheap.
dciiu ior wuu0u9 ana prices.
, QLDS GASOLINE WORKS.
i ' 1114 Farnam St.. Omaha.
.VIRE chicken, hog and lawn fence, Iron
xence, mrcn posts, treinaea. w Ira Works.
mi a tu.i. a ' a
. D, JUIU Db W il
CD-HAND safe cheap,
bright, 1119 Far-
160 BUYS arood runabout automnhiu ni.r-
anteed In good running order; original
coat wu. Auarvaa juua r arn&m Bt.
8HER WIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT, Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
oiiiaii.. y bi
CHEAP chicken fence, long fir Umbers and
FOR SALE, several scholarshlna In . e.,.
claas standard school in Omaha, ivimnri
Ing complete course In business; short
hand and typewriting. Inquire at Bee
FOR SALE, about 60 feet ornamental gal
vanized iron cornice and ornamental
Iron poats suitanie for show window. Ad-
PULLEYS AND COl'NTERBHAFT8 AT A
to pulleys, from 6-Inch to 4S-lnch In dlam-
ter; counter anaita, oompieta.
These .are all In first-class condition. TV.
n. uriagea. engineer xsee uuiiaing.
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
If you want a bargain in steam Citings call
auu tuua over w Au,uwuig supplies;
1 8-inch Austin's horizontal separator.
1.4-inch Austin's vertical separator.
!l'Uese have been taken out on account ot
changes in our steam plant and are la
good condition. Addreaa Boa Building
Co., or eee W. H. Bridges, engineer Bee
AUTOMOBILE FOR BALE at a birnln
Wlnlon Touring car. in first-class condi
tion, owned by G W. Wattles. Inquire
J. Dcaiea. um mm ou asi. 4i&i.
AUTOMOBILES $1,000 electrto runabout
witn top, uu; i,uu siouiie, 4 pasaenger.
steam, $.15; 1760 Rambler, $325; fc&O olds.
jy. r rmniKHiu, uin ana vpitoi Ave.
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FOR SALE Typewriter, in excellent con-
aition. cneap. Aaresa n.iu iee. 1 134
VPR1GHT piano, good as new, very cheap.
Appiy ivi9 x'inaney ou w 1DX
FINE upright piano, cheap. 814 N. 17th.
. Q M6161T
WANTED TO BUY
BHONFELD, the ANTIQUARIAN. 828 N.
1 . Life, pays highest price for books.
Tel. isjoo. N 606
BuUAHK PIANO in good condition. 1611
1 anum. N 687
.WANTED A pair of young mules. Ken-
iKri oiuco t i s.iai wo., lotn ana Dodge.
WANTED To buy a T-room strictly mod
ern nouse, euner west or northwest; can
pay $1,260 to $1,600 cash down. Address K
S1L Bee. N tw18x
FOR . SALE HORSES, WAGONS
FOU SALE Gray pacing horse; splendid
roadster; good harnear and road wagon;
t.w casn, imi j ones ru rnone li.
VOR BALE 8-year-old horse; sound; safe
, , . .
for women; also rubber-tired surrey. In-
quire at 1 Farnam. P M519 16x
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A bunch of keys on ring. Reward
lor. return co a a. win bt. lxl 14
N u Yellowish mare, black mane,
small white spot on forehead and on
liKlit side. Jacob. H. Armbruat, south
Petrols grove, CeiTler street road
Lost M5 15x
Johnson lsaUtule, 615 N.Y. Life bldg. Tel 14
JJR3 JOHN R,' MUSICK. Oateopathy Phy.
tlvuuii elBve, NSVUie Blk. Tei. Wi-J.
WANTED MALE HELP
SUMMER TERM OF THE
Omaha Commercial College
17th and .Douglas Fts., now open. New
classes In all department, catalogue
WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMY, eble-iodled
unmarried nieu. between g ot is una
j, citizens or United States, or gnj
rh.raci.r ami teni nM.ra.te habits, who
apeax, road and write English, tor In-
fnri.iall.iri fiimlv lA Reer Ul t In OlllCer,
1.1th and Douglas Bta., Omaha; Llnooln,
Nab., or Sioux CUv. la-
A HIGH-GRADE POSITION CAN BE OB
TAINED 111 IAL1-1NU ON LB.
W t LIST A FEW THAT WIS ARK. ANX
IOUS TO FILL:
H Ire vards. 10.
Good billing clerk, either band or type
writer, $7i. '
Manager hotel, good place.
Bookkeeper, young man.
UrllA f , . f mi rl , i , ... I- li J,V.
WEoTERN KEF. A BOND ASSN., INC.,
Uept B, l40-2 N. X. UH BWI.
B (04 IS
IF YOU are in need of a poaltlon call and
have a -heart-to-heart" talk with HART,
THE EXPERT, 401 N. Y. Ufa B-
$ I'ERMANENT aalary and expanses paid
reliable men outside of the. city; very
pleasant work. Address A. W. wium, ,
sville Blk., Omaha, Neb.
WANTED Three men of good personal ap
pearance: steady employment. c.
Adams Co., 1619 Howard St. B M6Je
MiKTirn K.v.r.1 uniiti, ineiv to travel
lor the summer, or permanent- "vi
nlrasant. Uood remuneration. Tha
rrDnil.ih r.nturv Murm.r. m-IIltt.ha. lSDa
WIS FILL poltioni In and out of city; beat
wages, euy fenipioymeni I-mtS? Jy
x x nu uvii ui ufs c-..- ----
ama- ai.oirlnA UnAilal n hill 1 I rll II 1311 1 W 1 I
nisnen nosuions: emoioyea - - ,
will pay you to wrMe or call for parUcu- I
lr P V. Knlest R- P.. "Tha uru
Store Man." U4 N. x. L., uirann,."".
wixTk'.tis',r inhnrera at Mary vine.
Mo.; three months work. Apply on wor
at MaryviUe. Boyd Construction co.
' ilV afl
WA NTED Galvanized Iron cornice worker.
Globe Cornice Works, irtmoni, w.
o oitoy i
WANTED Men and boys to learn plumb
ing trade. Cannot supply oemauu wt
graduates. $4 to 5 per day. Many com
nlete course in two months. Graduates
admitted to union and Master Plumbers
oiunc-iutinn- Hend for free catalogue.
Coyne Bros. Co. Plumbing ecnoois, new
xork City, Cincinnati, j., bu .
FIFTEEN teams wanted at 8th and Doug
w A KTRIU Harness makers to work in fac
tory. Schulzu iiroiners jo., umuiu, miuu.
w a NTPnMn and wife, without chil
dren preferred, to work on a iruii aiju
poultry farm. A steady employment
Must be temperate; references required;
house, vegetables and tools furnished.
Call at once at la&9 East Broadway, Coun
cil Bluffs. B-M502 15
WANTED First class barber, at once.
Frank Greenough, Pender, jseD.
WANTED Wire lathers.
Apply J. R. Leh-
mer, liU Farnam bt.
li Mais u
WANTED Good allround machinist. Ad
dress York Foundry and Engine works.
York, Neb. aauu 10
WANTED Men, everywhere; good pay; to
distribute circulars, aov. matter, taca
signs, etc. ; no canvassing. Address Na
tional Advertising Co., 100 Oakland Bank
building, Chicago, 111. B M&08 hix
PREPARE for government position; sten
ographer ana typewriter ii.ziu to i,wo per
year. Address iv e, nee onice.
ti JHOl. 10X
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
0 WORKING girls.
Canadian office, 15th
FIFTY gtrls to operate power sewing ma
chines. Blanket department Bemla Omaha,
Bag co. c buih
WANTED Girls for dining room work:
best of wages to good people. Apply to
cnaries n. iiaii, ueuone tioiei.
C M46S la
WANTED Woman for laundrv and kitchen
work: wages, 17 per week. Apply 1248
Boutn Tentn su - c Mto is
WANTED Lady of business ability and
pleasing address to collect for manu
facturer. Must be willing to make short
trips from Omaha. $10 a week and ex
penses. Address K 3a, care Omaha Bee.
WANTED Position by experienced book
keeper, witn privilege of Investing I2.6U0;
iiisiactory reierences. n 2b, care Bo.
A titS IbX
WANTED Situation by experienced young
lady stenographer, uest of references
given, a. 29, UfM. A 706 16x
YOUNG man wants position s collector
and solicitor; can assist In office; best
reference; bond if necessary. Address
K 40. Bee. A M43 14x
BUSINESS CHANCES ,
1 aiestlte.h consult V.Tti?SSUZ
634 and 636 Bee Bldg.
IF YOU want to buy, sell, rent or exchange
real estate or uusiness vtia. see uomp-
lou-Yvatia vjo., om x-axion oia. 100
FOR SALE First-class meat market in
best business town in Nebraska, Write
Dopson & iiougu, Newman Grove, Neb.
x M4J& lax
DOCTOR'S practice for sale: a fine nran-
of ofllee equipment; sickness" Address
HURRY UP Let me hear your offer, not
alter juiy iia. uopeiana s XMovelly liazaar.
TRUSTEES SALE (for the benefit of cred.
Itors) ot 110.000 wortn of men a and bovs
clothing, furnishing Koods. Dlece aooda.
tailors' trimmings, fixtures, lease, etc., to
close up the business of the Ottoaon-
Jonesnn Co. Apuly J. H. Gordon, trustee.
unifiuuri, 111. 1 xtiaiu lox
Center hotel, 210 N. 17ih St.. Vi block north
west postomce. d M864 16
MADAM FRANCISCO, the California lady
lin"v aim i-iturvoyam; omce cap
nui Avv. xuono ooiu. o Jdoo Ij3L
Palmlst-M ME. B U D D H A-Clairvoyant
1 rl.t.' , 119 a . . ' T, '
mului predictions guaranteed. 8 837
. . h. .u.(. uucmtB. na-
GOLDMAN Pleating Co.. 800 Dougla Blk.
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy. 'Phone A 2706.
MRS. R. A. KELLER, 111 N. 20th. 'phone
2632, will make special reductions for the
next 20 days In the nuking of new "three
piece suits." First-class work guaranteed.
J y s
PPIMTIMfl MhMUttlAt, CAKDS; ar
rtUlXlllNVJ tutio designs, 8. E. Cor.
j LYNGSTAD 16lh 8u n1 """Lns-
GREAT WESTERN PRINTING CO.. 1611
Capitol Ave., Tel. 2x; fully equipped for
an aulas ot printing. 11
JENNINGS PRINTING CO.
HESS A 6WOBODA. 1415 Farnam.
U UENDLRaON. IU Farnam. Tel. 1'-
. . . . ii
YOU DON'T LIMIT POSSIBILITIES
WHEN you advertise In Beo Want
Ads. The -wide field cov-
ercd makes all things possible.
Bcc Want Ads do the business a trial will convince
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
ROYAL, HOTEL, European. 16th & Chlcano.
DEWEY European hotel. 13th & Farnam,
VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
ROOMS and rood hoard, 5 per weHk and
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
rontni. larre or small; everjr-
trlctiy modern. 116 No. 26th.
rRONT room, new mortem 12 work. 2022
ont room, new, modern. wf Af'"
E M463 All
ll.OO to $2.00 per week. 122 8. 18th St., one
diock aoutn ot court nouse. r, 1,
LARGE, south, front room $2; and one
west room 11.60; In all modern flat, and
strictly private family of three. Apply
1713 Charles St. E4S8 lOx
NICELY furnished rooms for gentlemen;
an modern conveniences; excellent loca
tion; refeienoes exchanged. 2101 Farnam
St. E 488 16x
NICELY furnished room for one or two
people. 2024 St. Mary's Ave. E-606 Ifix
,rrV ... i ,,r
mr-' v x mmb uu l A. TV nil 1 1 1 1 H Piiiruwuii j
ice nne. 107 N. aoth St., phone
m aiMt i.x
SIX-ROOM modern cottage, permanently;
montn tree ir taken soon by good party;
also room, $2 up. Red 1909. E M 5'JO 17x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
BACHELORS HOTEL 20th and Farnam.
F 923 Jy 16
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
Droaa veranaas, ample lawns, Btateiy
trees, ruslio seats; home cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F 7oS
GOOD board, outside room, S4.S0. 614 N. 19th.
F M431 lbx
THE ROSE, J020 Harney Nicely furnished,
cool rooms, with board: one Bmall room;
also suite parlors; will rent single or
ensulte; rates reasonable. F 4u3 27 x
PLEASANT room with board for two
young men: private family; telephone.
Flat 2, 2238 Farnam. F M476 16x
EXCELLENT cool and pleasant front
rooms, with gas. bath and phone: for
couples: with or without board; one block
from DOStofnce. Call at 1714 Douglas St.
t ftlDW lhX
LARGE front room and alcove for couple
or two gentlemen: goon board; modern
house; 136 per month. 2215 California.
PLEASANT rooms; excellent table. 3004
Farnam BU Phone Black 4X10.
' V, 0 Ifi
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
THREE desirable' unfurnished rooms; reas
onable. 816 S. 18th St. G M614 17x
FOR RENT HOUSES
HniKF10 -U puj-trvof the city. R.
nUUoCOc. PeUrT Co, Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co. pack.
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse
1120-14 N. lttb. Office, lillH Farnam.
Tel. 1669. D-710
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. itw. omce, Xili Webster St.
Piano moving; loweat rates for reliable
service. Tel. 1626. scbmolier oi Mueller.
nWUOCao. V. DavU Co.. 60s Bee Bldg.
HOUSED, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
1 1 14
FOR RENT About July 20, 10-room mod
ern house near high school. The O. F.
Davis Co., 608 Bee bldg. D M&91
CENTRAL, all modern, 7-room house, 220
N. 3d. D 331
2701 DODGE St., 9-room house and bath.
strictly modern and up-to-date; most de
sirable; investigate If you desire a good
home; good as new; rent 140. Call 29u6
Dodge. 'Phone 614L D 247
FOR RENT 8-room house, 702 N. 30th; all
modern except lurnace. j. ju. uaenmann.
43f Faxton blk. UMLia
BRICK house, central location; ten rooms.
two bath rooms. Howard v. smith, 421
N. Y. Life Bldg. D-406
HM DOUGLAS, t rooms D M390
FOR RENT 7-room house, all modern;
choice neighborhood, 2123 California St.,
$30. Apply at 607 N. 19th St. D M430
(-ROOM bouse, all modern, 410 N. 26th.
1022 8. 25TH ST.. 6-room house, city water
and gas, 11&. Anson at tost, Faxton
Blk. D M490 16x
-ROOM cottage. 711 S. 19th St.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-8TORY.and basement. 10u3 Far
nam; elevator. 814 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
THE store room No. 2912 Farnam St., only
11s per montn. inquire it. u. Peters &
Co., ground flood Bee Bldg. I 462
BUILDING, 916 FAR
This building Is 22x85 feet, four stm-i..
and a basement. The basement is 22x138
feet, is cemented. The ceiling over the
basement has a brick vault and looa beam
construction, making the basement tire-
VTOot- Th h" Vm,lrbl9 fli"r ia
I frAnl a.nd aranollthlc floor in rear. There
Is a large burglar-proof vault ana a power
levator. The upper floors have windows
on three sides.
Address The Be Building Co., C. C.
Rosewater, Secretary, room loo Bee Bldg.
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
small omce, wnicn rents lor tio.w per
month. Price includes heat, light, water
Mn.l lunltor service. It Is located on the
fourth floor of The Bee building and is
iuat the thing for any one wanting a nice
ittle office in the best office building In
town. IV 1;. cetera at vo., ivuuu uKenia,
ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1 ul
IF you apply at once we can give any
one aeairing a tars umw ,ji .unuai
any arrangement they desire, inia spac
la on tha alxth floor of The Bee bulldiiiii
with north light. R. C. Peters &. Co.,
rental agents, ground floor. Bee Bldg.
DESK room for rent, 621 N.
Y. L Bldg.
LARGE room suitable for light manufac
turing; sniau rent; exoeuem iigm; tiown
town. K 41. Bee. I-5u2 17
H. A. BTURGE8, registered attorney; pat-
enta, trade marks, copyngtita: no lee un
less suooesaXwi. U7 N. Y. Life. Oinaba.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
Close in 30 Choice Lots
On Easy Terms
Located between 2Sth and 33d Sts. and Pav
ennort and Wehoter Sts., ranging In price
from 1760 to 11,700, according to slue and
location; city water, sewer, etc., in front
of property. Terms. ONE-FIFTH CASH,
balance on easy payments. Complete ab
stract of title with each sale. See our
Ign on property.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 Farnam.
' RE M522 1
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT
100x136. located on S3d near Dodge, east
front, high, sightly lots. Price, 13,750.
Payne Investment Company,
First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. 1781.
RE 47 17
FOR SALE Eight-room house, modern ex
cept furnace; lot 60x142; near Park school.
Tills is one of the best locations In Omaha
and If you want a good home cheap, in
vestigate this. Call or address the owner,
J. It- Campbell, lull Georgia Ave, Omaha.
$1,800 WILL BUY brick home and corner
lot, 66x124, In West Farnam district, if
sold this week.
. THOMAS BRENNAN.
Room L New lurk Life Bldg. RHM
BOOM on for Custer county lands; get in
on the ground lloor. Write Willis Cad
well Co. tLtd.j, Broken Bow, Neb.
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail.
RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.
W. L. BURGESS, Manager.
813 So. 15th Street, Omaha.
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebrauka, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten years' lime. Land Dept.
U. P. R. It., Omaha, Neb.. Dept. "A."
CAS- Williamson Co.u-
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Good Iowa corn farm ot 660 acres; 480 acres
In cultivation, balance tine pasture; good
Improvements, 3 miles from town. Prloe,
166 per acre, will take stock of goods, or
good city property as part payment. J.
P. Martin, Missouri Valley, la.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Is loaned on furniture, pianos, live
stock and to salaried people upon
their own agreement to pay. Our
rates are as low as any, our service
is quick and quiet and we never
charge for making papers or notary
fees. We want your business if you
eer borrow money.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
306 So. 16th St., Tel. 2296.
119 Board of Trade Bldg.
WHERE You- get-tr on
Furniture, pianos, Horses,
WagoneVOaws.- Salaries, etc.
WHERE You get it on short notice.
WHERE You get low rates and easy
WHERE Conildentlal and courteous
dealings bring you back.
WHERE Can you do better T
PHOENIX. CREDIT CO.,
Top floor. 633 PAXTON BLK.
We have money to loan at a reasonable
rate on diamonds, pianos, household
furniture or other good chattel securi
ties to parties whose position in life re
quire that such transactions be made
and held in strict confidence. Union Loan
and Investment Co., 212 Bee. Tel. 2904.
MONEY loaned on furniture, salary,
horses, etc.; half usual rates. Dr. Prlbbe
now room 214, at 2u9 S. 15th St. Tel. B964.
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security: easy payments, omcea
In 53 principal cities. Tolman, room 714.
New York Life Bldg. X 749
BOWEN'S MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, norses cows, rum note ii
steadily employed. 703 N. Y. Life.
MONEY loaned on salary, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, pun ureen ixan Co.. 1
Barker Blk. X 761
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, eto. c. x. iteea i B. 13.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accomodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPE. STAR
LOAN CO., 644 PAXTON BLK. X 754
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co , u04 Farnam St. X 755
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans. R.
C Peters & Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W. H.
Thomas, 1st Nat 1 Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1520 Douglas
WANTED City loans and warrants. W,
Farnam Bmlth & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co,
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. City loans
at lowest rates; no delay; get our terms.
LOWEST rates, city property; 6 P. C. on
larms in eastern Neo. itemis, faxton Blk.
BUILDING loans on residence property; $
per cent. w. a. Aieikie, itumge am.
LOANS on Omaha Improved property, or
to build with; can pay It back In monthly
payments. Hastings Si. Heyden, 1609 Far
nam bu vv
11,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resl
deno property In Omaha. Lowest rates. No
'aeiay. j. nomas Brennan. R. 1, N. Y. Life.
. W tea
FOR SALE FARMS
160 TO 6.000 acres good Improved farm land
In Boone and Nance counties, Nebraska;
easy terms. For full information call on
or write to
GEORGE & CO.
1601 FARNAM ST., OMAHA.
This agricultural weekly goes to 60,000
homes of furiners and stock raisers, so if
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will find a buyer
among then). The cost of an advertisement
is su.all 2 cents per word in small I) pa, ur
2 Wjjer Inch If si t in lH-;e tvpe.
C. STEWART, ladles' voice apeclallat.
Studio fc W. O. W. Blk. . 0 Jll
EDWARD NORMAN KENT, music studios.
Withnell Bldg., 16th and Harney. Write
for circulars. U 7S1
TRY KELLEY-S LAUNDRY.
Just forming; 6O0 and $1 weekly; pianos de
livered immediately; piano lessons iree.
Call for particulars. 1611 Farnam St.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba-
oies adopted. The Good Samaritan (sani
tarium. 728 First
Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
'PHONE 701 and
your piano, $2.
k man will call and tune
Perfleld Piano Co., loll
MAr.NI C Tl "treatment A baths. Mine.
mnvjiiL. 1 iv-amlth. 118 N. 15. 2d fi.. r. 2.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths.
720 S. 13th.
BEST umbrellas, lowest prices; repairing
done. Boston Umbrella Co., 630 8. lath.
TeL 1617. U VI 188 Jyaix
ACCORDION and SUNBURST
PLhATING, KUCH1NG, BUTTONS
beiiu for price list and samples.
IHb GOLDMAN PLbAllNG CO
200 Douglas block. tel. 193s.
FACTORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest ratea tor reliable service. Tel. Iti-a.
Schmoller 4k Mueller, piano makers.
RECORDS of the living voice of Pope Leo
XIII reciting the benediction and Ave
Maria. Columbia Phonograph Co., 1621
Farnam. U et6 Jyl4
Write lor cuiutue ui gouu mints to eat
and drink. Omaha, U u&3 Jy2j
LARSON & JOHNSON-Cut rates to all
points. 1406 Farnam. Tel. 1936. Member
American Ticket Brokers' association.
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
ing; in fact, anytnlng you do not need;
we collect, repair anu sell, at 114 N. lltn
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4136 ana wagon will call.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gardell,
2Ui Charles. Tel. 6311. U 740
WE RENT sewing machines, 76c week. We
repair all makes of machines; second
hand machines, $6 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co.,
Tel. 1603, Cor. 16th and Harney. C 741
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Blk.
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R, 2 & 3. 1506 Farnam
FRENCH, Spanish, German lessons. F.
Peltier, 115 S. 2uth, U 665 Jy2Sx
DR. JACKSON, specialist In chronlo dis
eases, 418 N. Y. Life Bldg. Consultation
free. U M343
SATIN E BRICK will remove wrinkles.
moth, blackheads, tun and sunburn. We
know it win if you try it. Price, postpaid,
50c. Agents wanted. Yates Mfg. Co..
Cash value of this ad.. lOo. Mall this with
wc ana one ruii-siso ttaune Brick will be
sent postpaid. U M4ul 18x
REST cure and Colfax mineral water cure,
vviliWh, 4Cfc. U JUKM 1X
PERSONAL A French nobleman, Just ar-
,ivu in uiiKtuu, wisiies to meet a hand
some woman; object matrimony; meet me
In front of the Novelty Family theater,
1408 Douglas, at 7:30 p. m.; will wear a
bouquet of violets. U M494 11
WANTED Attractions for firemen's car
nival July 26 at Newman Grove, Neb.
C. E. Li nd. U MoOl 2ux
IF you wish a summer outing In a pleas
ant country home beside a beautiful lake,
address Y, Box 416, Onawa, Ia. Terms
reasonable. Tel 901. U M511 16x
FOR Women Only Dr. Raymond's Pills, for
ut.io.jeu. periuus, ausoiuieiy reliable, per
fectly safe; no danger, no pain, no Inter
ference with work; relief brought to thou
sands after everything else failed; highly
recommended by all that have used them.
By mail, $2. Dr. G. G. Raymond Remedy
wu., ruuiu d, at Auania Bt., v-nio&go. 111.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
ana irregularities ot women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
witn stamp. Dr. 1'rles, lull ft Dodge St.,
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
dies; never raus; zz postpaid. Sherman &
Mcconneii DrugCO., Omaha. 718
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow
Church Co., main fi., N. Y. L. 'Phone 13X
J. M. Macfarland, 304 N. Y. LBId.
OMAHA COLLECTION CO Tel.
IF YOU do not find what you want in this
column put an ad in ana you will soon
get It. Zr DM
EIGHT-ROOM modern hom'i with barn
large lot, nice lawn, shrubs, trees, brick
walks, close to Brownell hall, tor sale for
$.i,iiO or to exchange for farm. J. Hoch
Strasaer, 906 Hickory SU Z M911 lox
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To rent hotel, furnished or un
furnished. Address J 67, Bee.
K M423 15x
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as chanKcs may occur at any time).
Foreigii mails for the week ending July
16, 1906 will close (PROMPTLY In all
cases) at the General Postofflce a fol
lows: REGISTERED AND PARCEL8
POST MAILS close at the General Post-
office ONE HOUR EARLIER than closing
time shown below. Parcels-Post iP
for Germany close at i p. ra. July 1$ 11
Parcels-Post Malls for Great Britain and
Ireland are despatched by the White Star
llne on Wednesdays and ny tne American
Line on Rat urdu vs. An additional desuatch
la made by the Cunard Line when a Cunard
steamer sails on uaturaay uitn man
the American Line steamer the same day.
The Parcels-Post mails close one hour te
fur. th. rerulur malls.
Parcels-Post Mall for BARBADOS and
GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND CAN
NOT be regis wred.
Regular and Supplementary mails close
at Forelcn Station (corner of West and
Morton atreeta) half hour later than clos
ing time shown below (exoepi mat nup
Dlmirnurv Mails for Euroue. and for Can'
tral America via Colon, close one hour
later at Foreign Station).
SATURDAY (15) At a. m, for EUROPE,
per a. a St. Louis, via Plymouth ami
i -hoi-hour (Including IJ vet-pool. Scotland
Ireland and South Africa when apecialiy
addressed for thla suameri: at S:3i a. m.
UKUiII'SI IPARCELS-POST MAILS)
per a. a. Vaderland (also regular mail for
Belgium when specially addressed for this
steamer); at lo an a. m. (supplementary
12 m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Lucanla,
vi guMuiwwa and Liverpool; at UM
a. m. for SCOTLAND direct (reelally ad
dressed only), per s. s. Columbia
Malls for "oath anal Central Aaaerlea,
West InAlea, Kte.
SATURDAY (IS) At 4 a. m. for BRAZIL,
per s. s. Wotan, via Pernambuco, Rio
Janeiro and Snntos (Including Northern
Brazil, Argentine, Uruguay and Paraguay
when specially addressed for this
steamer); at 7:) a. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND, per a. a. Silvia; at I .to a. m (sup
plementary :ao a. m.) for ci ratao and
VkNFZI ELA, per s. s. Mararaiho (alao
C lomhla, via Curacao, when specially
addressed for this steamer): at 9 a. m. for
l'ORTO RICO, per s. s. Ponce, via San
Juan; at 9 80 a. in. (supplementary 10:10
a. in.) for FORTUNE I8I.AND, JA
MAICA and COLOMBIA, except Cauca
and Magdalena Departments, per s. a.
Alleghany (also Panama and Canal Zone,
via Colon, Costa Rica, via Llmon, when
specially addressed for thla steamer); at
9 30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m ) for
NICARAGUA (except East Coaet), HON
DURAS (except East Coast), SALVA
DOR, PANAMA. CANAL ZONE. CAUCA
DEPARTMENT OF COLOMBIA. ECUA
DOR, PERU, BOLIVIA and CHILI, per
a. a. AUInnca, via Colon (also Guatemala
when specially addressed for thla
steamer); at 10 a. m. for CURA, per s. a.
Monterey, vln Havana; at 10 a m. for
GRENADA, ST. VINCENT, TRINIDAD
and CIUDAD BOLIVAR, per s. s. Mara
val; at 12 m. for BARBADOS, GUIANA
and NORTHERN BRAZIL, per s. s.
Amaionense, via Barbados, Para and
NOTICE. Five cents per TiMf ounce In ad
dition to the regular postage, mu't be
Sreoaid on all letters forwarded by the
UPPLEMENTARY MAILS, and letters
deposited In the drnpt nisi kid "Letters
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
postnge l fully prepaid thereon by
stamps. Supplementary Transatlantic
Malls are opened on the piers of the
AMERICAN, ENGLISH and FRENCH
steamers, whenever the sailings occur
9:00 a. m. or later; and late mall may be
deposited In the mail boxes on the piers
Ol lua ucrnmn ivitlfa Bailing rrom Mo
boken. Supplementary mall for Turks
Island and Dominican Republic Is also
opened on tne t-iyae unt tier. The malls
on the nlers open one hour and a half
before sailing time, and close ten minutes
before sailing time. Only regular post
age (letters 6 cents a half ounce) Is re
quired on articles mailed on the piers of
I . , HTVU. t. . .TV.
me Aiiin ii;u, wmia cMur ana uerman
(Sea Post) steamers; double postage (let
ters 10 cents a half ounce) on other lines.
Malls Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex.
Mails (except Jamaica and Bahamaal era
forwarded dally to Dorts of sailing. Tha
connecting mails close at tha General
Fost Olllce, New York, aa follows:
CUBA, via Port Tampa, at J4:30 a. m. (Mon-
oay, vveanesuay ana naturaay). (Also
from New York, Thursday and Saturday
MEXICO CITY, overland, at 1:30 p. m,
ana iv.ov p. in. aany, except Bunuay;
Sunday at 1:00 p. m. and 10:80 D. m.
NEWFOUNDLAND (except Parcela-Poat
Malls), via North Sydney at 7 p. m. Mon
day, Wednesday and Saturday (also
occasionally from New York and Pima
delnhia. See above).
MIUUELON, via Boston and North Svd.
ney, at e:o p. m. every other Sunday
uune a ana ia. eio.i.
JAMAICA, via Boston, at 7:00 p. m. Tues
day ana rriaay. (Also rrom New York
on Saturday. See above.)
COSTA K1CA, via New Orleans, at J 10:34
p. m. Tuesday.
BRITISH HONDURAS, HONDURA8 (East
Coast) and GUATEMALA, via New Or
leans, at 110:30 p. m. Monday. (West
coast oi nonauras is aespatchea rrom
New York via Panama see above.)
NICARAGUA (East Coast), via New Or-
leans, at io:30 p. m. Wednesday. (West
Coast of Nicaragua Is despatched from
New xorg via Manama see above.)
PANAMA nnd CANAL ZONE, via Nw
Orleans, at 10:30 p. m., hundav (only
specially auurenneu man is lorwarded
via New Orleans when New York
steamer sails on following Monday). After
lu:30 p. m. Sunday and until sailing ot
new iork steamer, man ror ranama
and Canal Zone Is held for the New
York steamer see above.
.REGISTERED MAIL for overland ds-
spatcoes closes at e:uo p, m. previous day.
Transpacific Mails. Forwarded Over
Tha schedule ot closlne- of Transnaelna
Malls is arranged on the presumption ot
their uninterrupted overland transit to port
of sailing. The final connecting malls (ex
cept Registered Transpacific Malls de
spatched via Vancouver, Victoria, Taoomn
or Seattle, which close at ( p. m. previous
day) close St the General Post Office, New
1 oik. ss follows:
NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA (except
Went), MSW CALEDONIA. SAMOA,
HAWAII and specially addressed mall
for FIJI ISLANDS, via San Fran
cisco, close at 6 p. m. July 16 for de
spatch per s. s. Sierra. (If the Cunard
steamer carrying the British mall for
New Zealand does not arrive In time to
connect with this despatch, extra malls
closing at 6:80 a. m.. s:80 a. m. and I
p. m. ; Sundays at 4:80 a. m., t a. m. and
t. p. m. will be made ur) and forwarded
untl' arrival of the Cunard steamer).
FIJI ISLANDS, ana specially addressed
man ror aiiiihaua ana ni-.w CALE
DONIA, via Vancouver and Victoria, B.
C., close at I p. m. July 16 for despatch
ner s. s. Mlowera.
JAPAN, COREA. CHINA ar.i specially ad
dressed man lor fhilii'I'imb iriiANus.
via Seattle, close 6 p. m. July 16 for
despatch per 3. s. Dakota.
HAWAII, JAPAN. COREA, CHINA and
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fran
cisco, close at 6 p. m. July 17 for de
SDatch rmr s. s. Corea.
JAPAN (except Parcels-Post Mails),
corea, china and rHiL,irr iwm
ISLANDS, via Vancouver and Victoria,
B. C, close at 6 p. m. July 18 for de
spatch per s. s. Empress of India.
HAWAII, via San Francisco, close at t
p. m. July 24 for despatch per s. s. Ala
meda. PH1LMPFINE ISLANDS and GUAM, via
San Francisco, close at c p. m. juiy za
for despatch per U. 8. Transport.
HAWAII. JAPAN, COREA. CHINA and
VHILIPP1NE iSLiAN'Db. via an rran
Cisco, close at 6 p. m. July 28, for despatch
ner a. a. Contle.
TAHITI and MARQUESAS I8LANDS. via
San Francisco, close at e p. m. August i
for desoatch per a. a. Marfposa.
MANCTU'RIA (except Mukden, New-
ohwang and Port Arthur) and EAiLnn
SIBERIA Is at present forwarded via
NOTE Unless otherwise addressed. West
Australia is forwarded via Europe: New
Zealand via San Francisco, and certain
places in the Chinese Province of Yunnan,
Via writisn innia tne quicaeai ruuiea.
Philippines specially addressed "via Eu
rope'1 must be fully prepaid at the foreign
rates. Hawaii Is forwarded via San Fran
WILLIAM R. WILLCOX,
Post Office, New York. N. Y.
July 7. 1906.
rreneh Line, New York to Paris, Six Days.
Bailings Every Thursday atltan.
La Breucna July to. La C,,con, Aug. 16.
La Lorrln Juiy J7. La Brtn Aus. 11.
La Touralna Auf. i. La Savoie Aug. 4.
N.w, Biedare. gigaaUe iwia-ecnw aae mbtmi
atMuaarai ?! moanf aua-l-war eiacinhaa.
Company's vmuduIm! trains, tta'pa-rarli, Stare,
rroi.ulonal orcbair an bora wln-crtr Mcamara,
Hrr C. Uoorm. Ataot w5a K. K-, IWl Vim
IU..I. Louia . c. yr N4tion.lB.aa.lj.
A. Kuth.rlord. Al C. R. L "l
a. . .
AMCHOK L1NB 0. a MAO, gTkABIUa.
ggW TORX. LOXDONbggBT AMD OLASOOw.
MgW YORK. OIBRaLAB AND WAFLSaV
Saaartor aoesmaa4.tlo, gsaallaat Calsiaa. Tat
r - ot Pngra Cily Con.i.4. Mm
VaoanS Trip Tlc.ota Ibm.4 Utaooa N.w I.r
.B Scoua, Knglua IrUh ant all aiiacip.1 urn
U.HU1 aalau at attraotiis imua, tot Ha)
ef Toara. far tickata ar gaar.l lnlunutloa avs
I. .ny loci unl a ta Aacaar Uae at U
HatiPKKSUN UkOa, ur. Afuu, CSiuaw Ok
CORNISH URGES BLUFF TRACT
Tries to Convince Coonrllmeo of De
alrablllly of Boalevard and
Park Commissioner Cornish Is trying to
Impress upon Individual councilman the de
sirability of a Bluff tract boulevard and
aquatic park.' The Idea cannot be worked
out wtlhout the assistance of the mayor
and council, who must condemn the land
and parts of Cut Off lake desired. Mr
Cornish's principal arguments are the
beauty of the drive along Ihe top of tha
bluff and the facilities that will be pro.
vtded for the establishment of public baths,
besides the sthletlrs and recreation In the
way of skating, fishing and boating.
CUB LETTER I5X
Th Otner Side of It.
OMAHA, July 14. l.-To the Fdltor of
The Bee: 1 notice In your Issue of yester
day what purports to be a "special" from
Basin, Wyo., which contains many mis
statements and reflects seriously upon a
number of honorable men In this section of
As secretary and general manager of tha
Hanover Canal company and the Hanover
I -and and Irrigation company I desire to
say that Mr. McDonald has never put a
dollar Into either enterprise; neither has
he secured a dollar for the promotion of
either, from beginning to end; that botit
canals have been built practically upon
borrowed capital furnished by Hon. W. I
Culbertson and R. E. Coburn of Carroll.
Is,; Mr. D. T. Pulllam of Loveland, Colo.,
and other of like standing.
The entire cash Income from the sale of
lands and water rights under both canals
has not exceeded $50,000 to date, every cent
of which baa gone back Into canr.l construc
tion. The Hanover Canal company was or
ganised to reclaim about 1&,000 acres under
the "Carey arid land act." About a year
later the Hanover Land and Irrigation
company was Incorporated to buy a tract
of land known as the "Colorado flats" and
construct a canal for Its reclamation.
Mr. McDonald has not, neither has ha
ever had any semblance of a claim In this
enterprise, but has continually sought to
discredit It and the men who are seeking by
their means to develop the country.
As to the standing and character of tha
gentlemen connected with these enterprise
and their reputation for honesty, Integrity
and fair dealing, please let me refer you
to Hon. a W. Wattles, president of tha
Union National bank of Omnha, as to W.
L. Culbertson and R. E. Coburn, to tha
Bank of Loveland, Colo., as to D. T. Pul
llam, to the United States National bank of
Omaha as to Dr. N. B. Ralrden and the
Merchants National bank of Omaha as to
myself, or any reputable firm with which
they have ever done business. As to tho
standing of the Hanover Canal company
and the Hanover Land and Irrigation com
pany, we most respectfully refer you to tha
First National bank of Thermopolla, Wyo.,
and the State Loan and Trust company
bank of Basin, Wyo., where these compa
nies have conducted their business for the
last two and one-half years.
The suit which called forth the dispatch
above referred to was begun about a year
ago and was practically thrown out of
court by Judge Carpenter last April and
later entirely so by a ruling of Judge Par
meif e, so that your correspondent waa
palming off a bit of ancient history an
"news of the day." The fact Is that since
Mr. McDonald failed to get Into court ha
has carried on a "private press bureau" to
air his grievances before the public and
bring. If possible, discredit upon the enter
prises In which he claims so large an In
terest. Notwithstanding the above statement of
facts, tha companies have twlee offered to
submit any claims he might have to a Com
mittee of arbitration, which offer he has
failed to accept, knowing that he has no
claim that he could enforce, either in law
or equity. C. F. ROBERTSON,
Secretary and General Manager.
Don't Neglect the Andltorinm.
OMAHA, July 18. To the Editor of The
Bee: The energy, vim and perseverance
displayed by the committeemen of the
Young Men's Christian association In col
lecting .subscriptions for the amount of
$100,000, for the erection of tha new build
ing is Indeed admirable and worthy of its
cause, Tha new building In Itself Is a
worthy enterprise for the upbuilding of
our metropolis, not talking of the great
good which the Institution has In store for
the young generation of Omaha as an ed
ucational Institution, developing the mind
and body. It Is pleasing to see how lav
ishly snd willing the people of Omaha are
ready with their subscriptions. It shows
that Omahans are ever ready to subscribe
for a good cause and are doing it' with
While the erection of the Young Men's
Christian association building Is a good
and worthy undertaking, yet It reaches
only a small per cent of our citizens and
benefits the membership of that institu
Why not cast our eyes again to that
grand edifice on Fifteenth and Howard
streets, which stands there In a crude and
unfinished condition T In Its present state
It casts a reflection upon the citizens ot
Omaha and is certainly no credit to tha
pride and patriotism of Omaha, as far as
Omaha Is concerned.
The new Auditorium Is a cause as grand
and worthy as any Young Men's Christian
association building. It is a building "for
the people, by the people." It Is open to
all classes, creeds and denominations and
has for Its purpose the education of ths
soul and body of everyone, without ony
discrimination. Why not finish It? Why
not complete It and have It as a lasting
monument of the enterprising spirit of tha
Omaha citizens, aa a monument which will
stand forever. In all Its grandeur for tha
benefit of all tha people?
BLACK JACK AND NOT POKER
Negroes Are Arqaltted of Oamhllng
Charge and Relrased from
William Law-son. J. C. Hubbard, Jim
Jones, A. Law son, Captain Bucanan and
Orlando Jackson, colored, were discharged
In police court Friday morning when ar
raigned on a charge of gambling.
The contention offered by the defense -wag
that the men were playing black Jack at
the time of the arrest. Instead of stud
poker, as charged In the complaint. It was
further contended that tne game was only
a social one and without any mercenary
Orlando Jackson was the star witness for
"Judge," said Jackson, "when the officers
came Into our room I had Just said, 'Who
wants to be hit this time?' The term hit
Is one used In the game of black Jock. Let
me show you the difference between black
Jack and stud poker."
'With that Jackson took a pack of cards
from tha Judge's desk and on the court
table showed the police Judge the differ
"In bla-k Jack, Judge, If you are over n
when you draw you are buated out,"
began Jackson, as he laid a line of cards
on the table.
As there was no evidence to show the
men had been playing for money they were
For twenty-flve cents you can now Insure
yourself and family against any bad results
from an attack of colic or diarrheas during
the summer months. That is ths price of a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Dlarrhoae Remedy, a medicine that has
never been known to fall. Buy It now, it
may save Ufa.
World-Herald Delays Case.
Judge Redirk was ready and willing Fri
day morning to hear the case of Tha Bee
against Douglas county for printing the
delinquent tax Hat under the scavenger
law which Involves a sum In exo-aa of
Hljoft. E. W, Blmeral, for the World
Herald, filed objections and LUs fctirlnr
went over until the fall terse.
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