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NEW BUILDING LP TO M0I1LER
Harrimin Sayi Omaha Man ii Eecpnoiible
for Gene-al Headquarters,
RAILROAD MAGNATE VISITS THE WEST
Knthnalastle Over MrKrrn'i Motor
Cars, Which, He "aye, Will Revo
latlonta the Modern ye
tem of Transportation.
"The new headquarters building propost
t.on la all In the hand of Mr. Mohler, and
1 ypu don't get nw headquarter In Omaha
Or the Union Paclfle you can blame him."
Thua spoke E. H. Harrlman as ho alighted
from the special train which la bearing
him and hla family to Ban Francisco, from
which port ha Is to sail August 16 on the
Siberia, for the Orient. The train went west
. Incidentally there might be more signifi
cance than suspected In Mr. Harrlman's
remark about Mr. Mohler'a responsibility
for a new headquarters building, for It ap
pears Mr. Mohler seems Imbued with the
same Idea. He admits the ultimate plan
cf his trackage scheme on Ninth street Is
to enforce the removal of the Union Pa
cific offices from their present ancient loca
tion and the building of a new home up
town. rersoaael of Party.
The personnel of the Harrlman party was
simply Mr. and Mrs. Harrlman and their
five children and Julias Krutschnltt, di
rector of maintenance of the Harrlman
lines. Three daughters Mary, Camlllla
an4 Carol and two young boys In knee
trousers Averlll and Roland were all
bright and happy In the anticipation of
their visit to the Orient.
Most of the heed officials of the Union
Pacific were at the station to meet Mr.
Harrlman. Including A. H. Mohler. general
manager and vice president; W. R. Kelly,
general solicitor; B. A. McAllaster, land
commissioner; D. O. Clark, superintendent
of coal supply; W. R. McKeen. superin
tendent of motive power; T. M. Orr, assist
ant to Mr. Mohler; General Superintendent
Parks and Superintendent Ware of the Ne
braska division Mr. McAllaster had a
bunch of deeds which he wished Mr. Har
rlman to sign, but the busy president of
the Union Pacific. Southern Paclfle, Oregon
Short Line and Oregon Railway and Navi
gation company was too Interested In get
ting to the Union Paclfle shops to view the
no motors which W. R. McKeen Is having
constructed at that place to attend to rou
Enthusiastic Over Motors.
. "My visit to the shops Is simply to look
over these motors of McKeen s. which are
to revolutionise the suburban traffic of rail
roads and'whlch I understand Mr. McKeen
has about perfected. Of course they are
new and probably will be Improved all the
time the same as the locomotive has been
for years but they are going to do the
business for branch lines and for suburban
work Into large cities. They will be strong
competitors of the electric cars.
"I have had my last aav in h. Tr....t.
are, said Mr. Harrlman In repjy to the
quarry a. to whether he had anvth ng
further to give to the pub.le on these mat!
'Tea, we are going to tunnel the Sierra
Nevada mountains, but I don't know whe
we wlir get to It.. Tou know thTre Tar"
just two way. for a railroad to get money
7" or row -nd the Union
Paclfle la spending bushels of money every
year on different Improvements and there
must -be a limit to expenditures. If a rail
road would do ail these things that you
newspaper men talk about it would go
broke.',,.: ..,..;,.. ..,"
Lots of (Donbl Tracks.
"Double track? Oh. yes. we are double
tracking the Union Pacific every day and
It will be only a matter of time until a
double track Is complete from Omaha to
Ogden. We are building about seventy
mllea of double-tracking on the Kansas
division at the present time.
"I don't know how long we will be gone
on our trip to the Orient, but I have my
family along and we can stay as long as we
Mr. Harrlman thanked C. F. Mlley, su
perintendent of the Northwestern'a Iowa
lines, for the splendid trip across Iowa.
"Yes." said Miss Harrlman, "we did en
Joy the trip, only it was too bad about
poor Dick." '
Inquiry revealed the fact that a horse
had strolled onto the track the other side
of Council Bluffs and was killed. This
caused the delay In the train, which reached
the Union station at 10:10 instead of J:50, aa
"We are not trying for any records on
this trip," said Mr. Harrlman. "Our boat
doesn't sail until August 16 and we have
plenty of time."
Although Mr. Harrlman has the reputa
tion of being a silent man. his first Inquiry
after alighting from the train and greeting
Mr. Mohler was, 'Where are the news
paper boys? know they have a lot of
questions they want to ask and I will at
tend to them before we go to the ahopa."
View the Bis; Maddy.
While Mr. Harrlman and Mr. Krutschnltt
and the local offlclala visited at the shops
Mrs. Harrlman had the porter bring a
wicker chair and she sat where she could
view the Big Muddy and see the peoplo
hurrying- to and fro around the atatlon.
The three young women were taken for an
auto ride around the city by Mr. Van Tas
sel of the office of Superintendent Parka,
and who knew the girls in the east.
The train was composed of seven can.
one of which was Mr. Mohler'a car. Mr.
Mohler went west with the party, taking
with him his secretary. 8. R. Toucey. He
did, not know how far they would go before
Whila waiting for the Harrlman train to
pull In. Mr. Mohler said to a reporter tor
"See those switch tracks on the other side
of the fence? Well, if. will not be long be
fore they are done away with, for we need
the room for an extentlon of our sheds and
we are going to extend them soon. The
switching yards will then have to end
farther to the west."
The Northwestern crew which hauled the
Harrlman train waas composed of W. B.
Parkin, conductor; R. McKlnnon and J.
Shull. brakemen, and D. O'Hara. engineer.
The Union Paclfle crew was W. R. Harding,
conductor; H. E. Fulmer, brakeman; John
Welsh, flagman, and Adam Johnson, en
gineer. CATHERS AND ROOT ENJOINED
Ordered Rot to Co I poa Certain La a 4
Ueloaalag to Joaa
Judge Estelle has Issued a restraining
order against John T. Gathers and Jesse C.
Root, to prevent them from going upon cer
tain land or In any way Interfering with
John H. Qllssman's possession at the um.
nd from meddling with the crops on the I
" iana. The hearing on the merits of
the case will be beard August , S
The same judge has dismissed contempt
proceedings against Cat hers and Root by
Ullssman. He finds dhat no restraining
order was Issued or served, as alleged by
CIllBsman. and that, therefore, the defend.
"ts have not violated any order of court.
If you have anything to traut. advertise
It In the For Exchange column of The Be
want ad tga
ARMY IEWS ARD 63SSIP.
Fort lies loknc.
FORT DES MOINES, la.. July 29-3pe-clsl.)
A general service was arranged by
the post chaplain to take place at 3 p. m.
Sunday last. Hev. Mr. Ilngeman'nf the
Methodist church of Deg Moinra was Invlt-d
to preach. Owing to an error the service
was advertised at 7 p. m . anil on account
of the very small congregation no sermon
was preached. The music was rendered
by the Eleventh Cavalry band.
Akeady three regiments of the Iowa Na
tional guard have completed their annual
The candidates for the division plstot
competition left here for fort Klley
Bccond Lieutenant John de Ftnrth Wet.
bach l.ardiner, recently assigned to ihls
regiment, has been assigned to Troop A.
The lieutenant will probably attend a course
at the cavalry school at Fort Riley, Kan,
before Joining his regiment.
Mrs. Rockwell, mother of Lieutenant
Rockwell died at the residence of her son
on July 25. Mrs. Rockwell had been dan
gerously ill for a long time with cancer.
A short service was held before the body
was shipped to Pennsylvania, where rela
tives of Lieutenant Rockwell reside. The
flag was at half-mast during the day.
Post Ordnance Sergeant James Moron ar
rived from Fort eKogh, Mont., and was
assigned to the set cf quarters recently va
cated by Post Quartermaster Sergeant
Colonel Earl D. Thomas Is still away
from the post for the purpose of purchas
ing horses for the government; he passed
through Fort Keogh, Mont., last week.
Colonel Thomas has the reputation of being
one of the most expert judgos of horse
flesh In the country.
The Fifty-sixth regiment, Iowa National
guard, are here at Camp Cummins, other
wise known as Camp Croker, and are doing
some excellent work under the command
of Colonel Bishop, who Is late of the United
Lieutenant Thomas F. Ryan, Eleventh
cavalry, has been detailed on recruiting
service at Springfield. Mass., for two years.
Captain Jones, Eleventh cavalry, in addi
tion to his duties ns ordnance officer and
commissary. Is temporarily In charge of the
A large quantity of library books has
been donated for the post llbrsry, but up to
the present date no book shelves are avail
able In the post suitable for the reading
room, several dook cases have been or
dered. but have not yet arrived.
The course of drill Instruction In this post
has been somewhat hindered by the pistol
practice. Gallery practice is still being
held and a marked Improvement In marks
manship Is expected this season.
Several of t lie troops aie practicing new
exhibition drill features with a view to at
tending the county fairs next month.
The troops will be Inspected and mustered
on Monday, July SI.
A short cut to the rifle range Is now
being finishedoff. made across a field due
south of the post. The road Is a con
tinuation of the east gate entrance and
will mean the saving of at least a mile.
FORT RILET, Kan., July 29. (Special.)
The Northern Division calvary carbine
competition began at the new National rifle
range here Monday and continued through
out the week. Monday and Tuesdav were
devoted to preliminary fire. Shooting for
record began Wednesday. The weather has
been Ideal for the competition, there having
been several morning showers during the
first of the week, the days being cloudless
with scarcely any wind. The competition
is in charge of Lieutenant Colonel Peter 8.
Homus, Sixth cavalry, with Major A. C.
Macomb, Ninth cavalry, as executive offi
cer. Second Lieutenant Henry A. Meyer,
Jr., Thirteenth cavalry. Is quartermaster,
commissary and ordnance officer at the com
petitors' camp. Captain George L. Bryan.
Sixth cavalry. Is adjutant and statistical
First Lieutenant E. T. Donnelly, artillery
corps, will leave here next month for Fort
Monroe, vs., where he will enter upon a
course of instruction in the artillery school.
Captain M. S. Murray, commissary, has
returned from a trip to New York City,
where he went to inspect a new tireless cook
stove. On the return trip he stopped at
Cleveland, . O.j or a Jew.. days pa yislt Ills
Rapid -progress la -being made in-btrtldrng
a road In front of the cavalry stables, about
thirty prisoners being" constantly employed
on the work.' ; ., -
A telegram received late last Saturday
evening from' the War j department- an
nounced that the orders directing Captain
George H. Cameron, Fourth cavalry, to Join
his regiment at Fort Walla. Walla, W'aah.,
by the .15th of August, had been revoked.
He will, therefore, remain here as secretary
of the school of application until the end
of the year, and then Join his regiment in
the Philippines, ,
' A fierce row occurred 'in a Junction Clfy
drug store Monday evening, between three
non-commissioned officers and a clerk in
the quartermaster's department, the dis
pute being over the question of tho as
signment of non-commissioned ' officers
quarters. The contestants were separated
by their friends before any serious injur
lea were Inflicted.
First Lieutenant A. S. OdelU Eleventh
cavalry, reassumcd hla duties as adjutant
of the cavalry subpost this week, after be
ing on sick report for some time.
The detachment of the algnai corps from
Fort Leavenworth, which has been here
for several weeks working with the field
artillery drill regulations board, has re
turned to Its proper station for duty.
Captain J. E. McMahon. artillery corps,
who reported for duty here last week has
assumed command of the Seventh' battery,
Major Granger Adams and Veterinarian
R. H. Power, artillery corps, returned Mon
day from East St. Louts. 111., where they
have been for several days on duty as
members of a board for the purchase of
The large new commissary storehouse Is
now entirely enclosed and the roof com
pleted. The work of construction Is being
expedited as much as possible, and the
building will . probably be ready for occu
pancy Inside of three months.
Mrs. Godfrey, 'Wife of Colonel E 8. God.
frey, Ninth cavalry, commandant, has gone
cast for a visit with friends at various
points. She will be gone about three
Captain Tracy C. Dickson of the ordnance
department, who has been here for about
two. months on duty In connection with the
range-finding equipment of the new artil
lery armament, has returned to Washing
ton. A dance was given last Saturday evening
by the bachelor officers of the cavalry sub
post. In honor of Miss Bessie Gwynn Tay
lor, whose engagement to Second Lieu
tenant W. F. Morrison, artillery corps, waa
announced lust week.
During recent practice with high explo
sive shell by the Seventh battery, field ar
tillery, a number of the projectiles failed
to burst, and as the fuses are probably
armed, orders have been Issued warning
soldiers and civilians not to handle any
projectiles found on the reservation.
First Lieutenant F. P. Amos, Eleventh
cavalry, ha returned to his duties after
being sick for several days.
Second Lieutenant Adam F. Casad artil
lery corpa, has been granted leave of ab
sence for a month and. accompanied by
his family, left the post Saturday. At the
expiration of hla leave he will report at
West Point tor duty at the military
Major Beverly W. Dunn of the ordnance
department has returned to his station at
Governor's Island. New York harbor. Major
Dunn is the Inventor of the new explosive
known as dunnlte and has been here for
some time witnessing the tests of this ex
plosive which have been made by the Sev
enth battery, flield artlllerv.
A council of administration, composed of
Captain C. B. Sweeney. W. c. liahcock
and First Lieutenant W. P. Moffet Thir
teenth cavalry met Wednesday afternoon
and disponed of tho personal eftecta of
Private John W. Green. Troop C Thir
teenth cavalry, whe recently deserted the
Orders were Issued Tuesday dlreetln
Sergeant Hennlng Sandgren. Troop A. Thir
teenth cavalry, to proceed to Fort Bayard
N. M.. where he will enter the general
hospital for treatment.
Major Augustus C. Macomb,-Ninth cav
alry, waa relieved Monday as summary
court, survey officer and Are marshal of
the cavalry subpost, and Captain C B
Sweesey, Thirteenth cavalry, was detailed
In his stead.
Captain W. C. Babcock. Thirteenth cav
alry, was detailed Tuesday as Instructor
in topography in the school of 'cavalry
relieving . CaDtain Cieorae H r- .,,....,'
Fourth cavalry. The course of instruction
will begin August 16.
The appointment of Private Harry Alma.
Twentieth battery, field artillery, to tw
cornoral waa announced Monday.
The work of preparing the field artillery
camp has been completed and by Monday
next the new provisional regiment will be
at home In tents east of the artillery sub
post. The new armament Is expected to
arrive soon. Regimental and battalion In
struction will begin an once, special at
tention to be given to preparation for
action. Are control, location and change
of pvsltloi.. replacement of ammunition,
marches, field practice end target practice.
Corporal Warren W. Wlldman. Twentieth
battery, field artillery, was promoted Moo
dav to be sergeant.
Brigadier General Theodore J. Wlnt ar
rived here from St. Louis Wednesday and
will remain several days watching the
target comprtlton and Inspecting the post.
He was escorted from the elation by Troop
IV Ninth cavalr. and while here Is the
guest of Colonel E. a Godfrey, Moth cay.
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STILL AFTER SHERCLIFFE
Oklahoma Sheriff in Omaha for Affidavit to
TAKES DOCUMENTS TO GOV. CUMHINS
Interesting Affidavit Printed la the
Des Molaes Register and Leader -Bearing
According to the Des Moines Register and
Leader, exciting times are in progress In
the fair city of Des Molnrs over the pro
posed change of residence of Frank Sher
cllfTe to Oklahoma, and things are "looking
gloomy" for the noted ex-convict. The
first application by the Oklahoma author
ities forsa requisition was turned down by
Governor Cummins on the ground that
Shercllffe was needed as a witness In the
Dennison case. After the acaulttal of Den-
the ground that the requisition papers were
defective. Nothing daunted, Chief Lund
of Black-well appeared a third time on the
scene with proof to support his claim that
Shercliffe Is a fugitive from Justice and
committed the burglary at Blackwell for
whichhe Is wanted.
Chief Lund was in Omaha yesterday re
turning to Des Moines last night confident
Governor CAtmmlna will now honor the
requisition of the governor of Oklahoma.
"I came here to get some information,"
was all he would say.
One of the affidavits which he carried
with him was by Chief of Police Briggs
of South Omaha, and reads:
Two evr Affidavits.
John Briggs. being first duly sworn, de
poses and says: Tnat Nie lives in South
Omaha, Douglas county. Neb., at 2110 J
street; that he has lived In Soutn Omaha
for more than sixteen years last past and
during Hint time. In the year 191, I was
a police ottioei and have been a police offi
cer for nearly six years last past, and In
19U1, the tirst of . July. 1 was a , police
officer of South Omaha; that during the
month of June or July. 1901, I saw Frank
Shercliffe numerous times in Berlin &
Haley's saloon, corner Twenty-fourth and
N streets, and also at Sherman's saloon
near there. He was commonly known as
Frank Shercliffe and roomed at thaftlme
at Mis. Charley Maynard a. near by.
(Signed.) JOHN BRIGGS. Chief.
Another, sworn to by Barney. Quinn, Is
Barnev Oulnn. being first duly sworn.
under oath deposes and says: That he lives
In South Omaha. Douglas county, reD., at
2017 E street, that he has lived In South
Omaha for several years last past, during
most of this time he has worked for the
Cudahy Packing company and Is at pres
ent working there; thut he knows Frank
SherclifTe, that he met him tirst in the
latter part of June or the first of July,
lHol, ' whHe he was rooming at 2408 N
street. South Omaha, with Mrs. Charley
Maynard. SherclifTe came there about that
time and occupied a room with George K.
Hayden, who had the next room to this
affiant; Shercliffe stayed around there for
three or four weeks; that he has been
shown the photograph of Shercliffe and
identities and recognlxes him as .the man
who roomed at the above number and with
the above party at the above date.
Affidavit Before Governor Cnmmlos.
The hearing of these affidavits on the
case la manifest when considered in con
nection with the affidavits printed in Fri
day's Register and Leader as already in the
hands of Governor Cummins:
the first, sworn to by F M. Corns of
Blackwell, Otel.. relates, that he. met Sher
cliffe there In June, 1901, and goes on:
And the said Frank Shercliffe stayed all
night at my house about the 1st of June;
the exact date I do not remember; that on
the morning of June 8, 1901. that, being the,
morning alter the attempted burglary of
the residence of W. S. Prettyman In the
city of Blikwell, Kay county, O. T., one
Phurlev Hi earns, who was well known to
this affiant and frequently seen. In com-.
pany with said f raiiK snerenne, cauea ai
the residence of this affiant and asked to
borrow a suit of affiant's underwear for the
use- of -said Frank Shercliffe; and further
affiant sayeth l.ot.
Gabe Etschman, now living In St. '.Jo
seph, swears to having met Shercliffe at
Oklahoma City In May. 1901, and relates
this incident as. impressing Itself:
This affiant was present one night in a
gambling house in Oklahoma City during
the month of May, 19il. when said Sher
cliffe grabbed a eack of money oft the top
of the safe and tried to get out of the door
with It, but slipped and dropped the moneyt
said Shercliffe got 'away, but without the
money; that Shercllffe was well-known to.
this affiant and others as an all-around
thief and highwayman; that affiant further
says that In the month of May, 1901, said
SherclifTe was a resident of and present
within the territory of Oklahoma.
Mrs. Pearl Maynard's affidavit .recites
that she was the wife of Charles Maynard,
now deceased, and who formerly livdat
2408 First street. South Omaha, Douglas
.ounty. Neb.; that she now lives with .her
sister at 1831 Charles street, Kansas City,
Mo.; thut during the summer of 1901 she
kept roomers at the above place In South
Omaha, and continues:
That Bhe knows one . Frank Shercllffe,
who was brought to her rooming bouse by
her husband about the middle of June.
1901; that he was suffering from a gunshot
wound in the back or right shoulder; that
Shercliffe told her, in the presence of her
husband and George R. Hayden. who was a
roomer, that he had been shot while bur
glarising a house in Blackwell, Okl., about
the 'first of the month; that Dr. James
Kelly was called by her husband to dress
the wound and that he did so for several
days; that afterward said George R. Hay
den and this affiant dressed the wound
themselves and took care of Shercliffe;
that said SherclifTe ststed to this affiant
and said Hayden that the reason he did not
go to a hospital to be treated was that he
had broken his parole over In Iowa and
that he waa afraid that If It was reported
that he was In a hospital suffering from a
gunshot wound that the Iowa officers would
come after him and put him back in the
penitentiary; that said Shercliffe stayed at
the house of this affiant until about the
middle of July, laol, when he left for parts
unknown; that during the stay of said
Shercllffe at affiant's house said Shercllffe
In several conversations with affiant told
affiant the details of the burglary he had
committed at the time of his being wounded
and of other crimes which ' he had from
time to time committed. ) t
3. 3. Whelmore .of Omaha swears to an
acquaintance with Shercllffe and a conver
sation with him at Des Moines, as follows:
While standing with said Shercllffe In
front of the Smoker cigar store, corner of
Fourth and Ixcusf sireets.-ln the erly of
Des Moines, two parties drove by with a
horse and bugrv and as they passed Sher.
cllffe said: "There goes the sheriff from
Oklahoma." pointed to them (using a vio
lent term) and said: "They have got my
old shirt up here with them that I ditched
on the night when I was shot down there.
In Oklahoma." and In that connection the
said Frank Shercllffe further said that they
Were up here to Des Moines to try te get
me. nut inev win never do it. He said that
Elmer E. Thomas told him that the wnv.
emor had promised him and L. E. Fay that
ir ne anerennet wouia testiry in the Den
nison case that the governor would hold
htm (Shercllffe) in Iowa.
Roommate Repeats Story.
George R. Hayden, also, of Omaha,' told
the same story about Shercllffe living at
the Maynard house for about half a month
with the wound In his shoulder. In part
his testimony follows:
Shercllffe was there ten or fifteen days,
and he and I became quite friendly and
he told me a great deal about his past
history; he told me among other things
about the Pollock diamond robbery and
also about how he happened to get shot,
which he said to me was about ten days
before while be was burglarizing a house
at Oklahoma. That while he was in thu
house the man awoke and Jumped out of
bed and grabbed his shotgun and as he
(SherclifTe) stepped behind the curtain the
man told him to throw up his hands; that
not knowing the man had a gun he stepped
out from behind the curtain and the man
nred and shot him In the right shoulder
causing the wound we were caring for
In the right shoulder.
The final hearlifg be Tore Governor Cum
mins will take place Monday morning, Sher
cllffe having secured a delay until that
time to show he was in Iowa at the time
of the Oklahoma burglary.
DAILY BEE: FUND AT. JULY 30. 1005.
TRAINING' FOR BUSINESS
Practical Character of the lntrar-
Hon blvea Paplla la Omaha
- Commercial Schools, '
More than ever before, in the world's his
tory,, this Is the age when training counts.
If you would succeed today: you must be
trained. ' For those who' would acquire cer
tain of the professions a complete rralnlnir
Is required by law. Th aspirant who seeks
admission to the bar otva diploma to prac
tice medicine must pass an examination to
prove his fltoes. For .thoee who' would
enter business life thefe Is no 'wrltten law,
but there Is an unwritten law which com
pels it the law of necessity'..'. '. - .
The young man or young woman Just
starting out In life mut pbtaln this train
Ing In the Institutions, which exist for the
purpose of Imparting ''It the comnnercl.il
schools. Omaha's best commercial 'schools
give their graduates a preparation for busi
ness as complete and as . thorough in lt
way as that required In any profession.
They give their pupils not only complete
technical instruction In'every subject -hlc:i
pertains to business, btt they.' also teach
them the underlying principles which regu
late the commercial world... Their equip
ment and facilities are the very best which
can be obtained In thia country, today and
In every' department of Instruction their
methods are thorough. The graduates from
these schools are In the. best sense of ths
word trained, for business' life. The value
of the training these schools give Is illus
trated In the branches of bookkeeping,
stenography and . telegraphy. Any youn?
man or young woman who Is a competent
bookkeeper, ' stenographer or telegrapher
can earn from the very outset a good liv
ing. Besides, -she young person so trained
also enjoys better . Opportunities - for ad
vancement than one ignorant of these
branches. The practical chnracter of the
Instruction Is shown ;by-the fact that the
Omaha schools teach the skilled use of all
the standard typewriters, the latest and
best equipment are found In their depart
ments of telegraphy, and they employ the
highest class accountants- for teaching
bookkeeping.-university-graduates for their
English and commercial- .law training.
Higher commercial education Ms In every
sense of the word the 'standard of these
A New Department.
The Impatient Customer Why, doesn't
my change come? .' I'm tired of waltlhg for
it . ' .. ....
The Deferential Clerk-It will be here In
a . moment, ma'am. You see, we've had
several millionaires for customers ' thia
morning and In order not to give out any
questionable change we have been obliged
to run all the morning's receipts through
our renovating and puriryihg department
tenth floor,' three aisles down and two 'ip.
Ah, here -comes your change. Cleveli nd
Plain Dealer. . ...
The funeral of Mrs. Caroline Rapp will
be held from her late-residence. 3119 Cali
fornia street, Sunday.1 July so,- at- 3 o'clock
p. m. Interment Prospect Hill cemetery.
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Fast Mail ,a 7:55 am a 3:20 pm
Colorado Special .'..!.... a 7:45 am a 7:44 am
Beatrice -Looat v. b 3:15 pm b 1 :J0 pm
Wabash, i-- - -j ; .... ,.
St. Louis, Express....;... 6:30 pm , : am,
8tA Lou " ii5' .(from ..-r . .
Council Bluffs) 945 am 10:30 pm
Shenandoah Local Xfrom 1
. Council Bluffs) '.... 8:45 pm ' 2:30 pm
Chicago, - nov - Island ' A Paclfle.
,' -" EAST.1
Chicago JUmltedv.v.,...a8:S5am a 7:10 am
Chicago Express a 7:35 am a 8.50 pm
Chicago Ex., Local... ;..bll:40 am ' a 4:30 pm
Des Moines Ex press.'.,, a 4:10 pm bll:50 am
Des Moines Local.,.....; a 8:55 pm
Chicago. Fast Express. . a 5:40 pm a 1:15 pm
Rocky Mountain Lim'd..a 7:30 Am a 3:30 am
Colorado Express 1:30 pm' a 4:55 pm
Oklahoma &.TexaaEx.a 4:30 pm all:) am
Colorado Night Ex a 8:55 pm a 7:25 am
Chicago, Mllwaakee A St. Paul.
Chicago Daylight. Ex.,. a 7:65 am , all:00 pm
California-Oregon Ex. ..a 6:45 pm a 3:10 pm
Overland Limited .....a 8:3 pm a 7:35 am
Local Chicago all :30 am
....a 8:23 pm
....a 7:50 am
..'..a 8: (10 am
....a 8:3 pm
a 4:30 pm
Daylight 6t. Paul
Daylight Chicago .
Limited Chicago .
Fast St. -Paur
Local Sioux C..& St. P. b 3:50 pm e :35 a
Wj ( Vln I I a
Norfolk A Bonesteel .
Lincoln & Long Pine
Casper-4- Wyoming .
Deadwood &. Lincoln .
.a 5:50 pm a :& am
..a 7:40 am . 10:36 am
b 7:10 am 10:35 pm
..e 2:60 pm e 6:16 pm
..a 2:50 pm 6:15 pm
.0 i-.bo pm 6:15 pm
Des M. & Okobqjl Ex...a.7:65 am a 3:20 pui
Illinois Central. .
Chicago Express. .....
.a 7:26 am; al0:3o pm
.acoopm a ii no am
Minn. 4t. Paul Ex....b 7:26 am bl0:S5 pm
Minn. &. St. Paul Ltd... a 7:50 pm a 8:05 pm
Mlasonrl Pacific. -
St. Louis' Express' : a 9:00 am
K. C. 4 Sr. L. E......-.aU:15 pm
Chicago Great Western. '
St. Paul 4 Minn... ......a 8:30 pm
St. Paul 4 .Minn a 7:45 am
Chicago Limited a 5:00 pm
Chicago Express ........a 6:06 am
, 6:00 pm
a 7:16 am
a 7:56 pm
a 8:30 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 1BTH A WEBSTER
Nebraska Local, via Leave. Arrive.
Weeping Water .b 8:50 pm bli.30 pm
Chicago, St. Pant, Mlaaeapolts
Twin City Passenger. ..b 6:30 am b 1:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger... a 2 :uo pm all:20um
Oakland Local b 6:45 pm b 9:10 am
BIRLINGTON STATION lOTH MASON
Leave. Arrive. -
Denver 4 California a 4:10 pm a 3:20 pm
Northwest Express ....all:10 pm a 6:08 pm
Nebraska co,-ils ..".....'.a 8:50 am a 7-4o nm
Lincoln Fast Viall. .. . :..b 2:67 pm al2:o6 pm
r i.-rou at i lausin in.u i .o 6 piu aiu:?3 am
Bellevue 4 Plattsm'th..a 7:50 mil b A:'i2 am
Bellevue 4 Pac. June. ...a 3:30 am
bellevue & Pac. June... alt :15 pm
Denver Limited a 7:10 am
Chicago Special ".:...'..:. a 7:26 am
Chicago Express a 4:00 pin a 8:55 pm
Chicago Flyer...., ,.a6:u6pm a 7:26 pm
Iowa Local a 9:16 am al0:53 pm
St. Ixuls Express ......a 4:45 pin all 30 am
Kansas City & St. Joe..alO:45 pm a t tj'ani
Kanxas City 4 St. Joe.. a 9:15 am a 6:ix pm
Kansas City 4 84. Joe.. a 4:45 pm
a daily, b daily except Sunday, d daily
except Saturday, e daily except Monday.
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KW YORK, LONDONliaaaT AMD OLASOOW.
NCW YOIK. OlaJtlTlA AMD MaPLK. '
Superior stcoammUtlaa. Kxeslital CsUls, tm
Ceauoft el hutiim carvfuilr Cboi4rd. gu t
1 .u4 Trly TickM 1MU4 bla Nav
n fciauJl. Kaslltk. IrUk an all rlicia .
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nif ImI s t ik Aackar L1m w to
huaK"N uaoa. (mmk; asuua. cue tit
Anrrxm ds kJ-rnrfuicni.
OKIENT Al'r . rb.s tartars. '
, . . . . fSf br specially li-
frd a. a." AraMr, ' i un-uim
ar VtMira kt-au ilka, SAcalacc.i '
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY-
FOR RENT In Lincoln, thoroughly mod
ern boarding bouse, fine location. AJ-
Ad vertlarmeat for these colamna
ttIU he taken , natit It at. tor tho
evealaef edition and aatll 8 e. m. for
tne mornlan- aad Snoday edition.
Hatea 1 1-ac a word orat Insertion,
le n word thereafter. Xothlasr taken
for leas Shan ic for tho "rat Ineer-
tion. These advortlaemeata aanat he
Advertisers, by reqneatlnar a nam
hered check, -enn have aaatvers ad
dressed to a numbered letter In pare
of The- lice.' Answers ah addra,l
vrlll be delivered on presentation of
ST( )VFt5Rollat1- Omaha Plating CO.,
V .'W Hiney bU Tel.
C1TX SAVINGS BANK paye 4 per cent.
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. 3ttu.
1 1 1 . , .
iTI"MmioPoll' Garbage Co. 611 N. Kith.
Tel. 17,5. R-bM
211 So. 11th St.
CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere.
' P. H. Pnllbln. 1506 Farnam. "Phone 784
KPVZ' Ruober Stamps and Stencils. Nov.
Mfg.. Co., 812 S. 12th St. Tel. 1714.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Worka make a spe
cialty cf fire escnpes, shutters, doors and
. safes, a. Andreen, prop., 102 S. 19th St.
, . -R-fra 1
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY"
'T"-"11 "rass coatings. ui Jacksun. Tel.
STEIN WAY PIANO, upright, slightly used,
fJrf; bargain. Perileld Piano Co., ldll
t arnam. k 604
BHIRTS. 6c; collars. 2c; cuffs. 4c. Follettc's
Laundry. 11G03 Leavenworth. . R 44S 3ux
SAD IRHN'Ci H " ' c 1 and re
ortl irJla plated, 20c; three for 600.
OMAHA PLATING CO., 1508 Harney. .
Tel. 2i35. . . R-802
SIGN PAINTING, 8. H. Cole. lSOJ Douglas
GO-CART. REDUCED prices to re
j duce atock ; some great
bargains tins week. Omaha Reed and Hat
tan Works, lb!2 Howard. R M6
FINE HARDWOOD FLOORS of every
kind. Frank Sevlck, 1814 . Oak St.
JERSEY BULL service, 34th and Mender
on. R-M8i0 ilx
PLUMBING, steam and hot water heating.
J. L. Mclnerny. 1103 Chicago. 'Phone,
im or Black 2iK9. R-968 Aglx
WISh IS THE MAN
looked after and repaired now. You are
a welcome visitor to our Cp-to-Date Stove
Repair House, new location, I2ot-1208
Douglas, or telephone $60. Omaha stove
Repair Works. R 114
LOCKSMITH Kes and Locks, c. r.
L.vvromi 1 n Hei-.m, 217 so. 14th.
', ' R-M71
SIDEWALK BRICK Lhe"aw fw" tknt
worth, 618 Paxton block. 'Phone 1672.
Also three million common builders' brick.
SHIRTS, 6c; collars, 2c; cuffs, 4c. Follotte's
Laundry, 1603 Leavenworth. R 448 30x
APPENDICITIS cured at noma without
-"'"' aure,. simple. ceieDratea physi
cian a remedy. J. J. Wlltse, Ills Maple St..
Des Moines, la, M-010 Alx
F9R Wo-men Only Dr. Raymonds pills' for
V . 1 iuvjh, uusuiuieiy renoDie, per-
fectly safe; no danger, no pain, no lntsr
ference with work: rullof brought to thou
sands after everything else failed; highly
recommended by all that have usod them.
By mall. $2 Dr. G. O. Raymond Remedy
Co.. room 36 64 Adams St., Chicago 111.
DR. FRIES treats successfully all diseases
and irregularities of women from any
-cauue; experienced and reliable. Address
with stamp. Dr. Pries, lfiUW Dodge St
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
dles; never fails; 12 postpaid. Sherman 4
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha, 718
RHEUMATISM WHISKY Why suffer
from rheumatism when there Is a specltlo
cure for you? Why be a slave to whisky
opium, morphine, tobacco or cocaine when
we guarantee to Cure you? Answer this
by writing the ENSOR REMEDY CO
South Omaha, Neb. (Incorporated In 1892 )
. -627 Alt'
BOYS To have all the enjoyment possible
you should use our tablets; they cure all
nervous diseases; 11 for a box of 50. M
8. Co.. 512 N. 16th St. -798 A19
80-RUPTURE CURED-Ieo; no Elections'
no pain, absolute guarantee; we cure Der
manently; new method; call or write for
booklet. QUICK CURE RUPTURE CO
bAL a WODMEN WORLD BLDO:
LADIES-Chichestera English Pennyroyal
Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take no
?l?e,r' . ?n(i. 4c.. BtJnP for particulars,
Relief for Ladies," in letter by return
m"' . ABk, our rugglBt. Chichester
Chemical C:.. Philadelphia. Pa.
DR. W. HUTCHINSON, specialist of
women and children; 30 years' practice
Office. 23ia Cuming. Residence telephone!
MEN. if you are small, weak or undevel
oped, have lost strength, our Acme Vac
uum Developer will restore you without
drugs or electricity; urethral obstruc
tion and varicocele permanently cured In
one to four weeks; 76.000 in use; not ono
failure; write for free book, sent sealed
in plain envelope. Acme Mfg. Co.. 728
Barclay Blk.. Denver, Colo.
Palmist M ME. B U D D H A-Clali voyant
Located over 113 S. Uih, upstairs lie
sultful predictions guaranteed. S-SJ7
ROMAIN SISTERS. PALMISTS
Card readers and clairvoyants. Test reading,-
10c, few days only. Full life reading
palmistry, 5c; cards, 60c; clairvoyant ll'
Hours, 8 a. ra. to 10 p. m. 606 N. ICth St'
For reading by mall send birth date
Center hotel, 210 N. lTth St.. U block north.
west postofllce. S Sba 23
MADAM FRANCISCO, the California Indy
palmifct and clairvoyant; office 17ol Capi
tol Ave. Phone ttilu, 8 j6 'J
Wonderful Trial. Reading
Bend dime, stamped envelope, own writing
birth date, Dr. J. LeRter. Drawer 31, St
Louis, Mo., and receive a
Wonderful Trance Reading
YOUR fortune told by the most reliable
cliiuvoyanu! Send birth date, dime and
stamp. Prof. Carl & Ruliln, 4:H N. Clark
St., Chicago. gw-sa 3,,x
FOR EXCHANGE .
IF YOU do aot find whar you1 want In this
coiuuui put un ad iu you will soon
THE state of Nebraska of a shingle roof
paint to exchanKe for western or southern
land. Give full .particulars, Excliange
Agency, HJllstioro, O... . Z itux
1,600-ACRE ranch; will exchange fur flrst
, class city property and caali or a good
atock of general merchandise. Address
31, Bee. B it 3ux
BHIRTS. 6c; collnrs. 2c; culls. 4u. Fuliette's
laundry. 1603 Leavenworth. 418 Sux
I WANT to trade a full Jot on Plfitney,
near I4th, for a iieat. .light. two-sated
Surrey and harneHs; must have rubber
tiraa. Address 34. Bee. - ' Z-U: 3x
Johnson Institute. 616 N Y. Lite bldg. Tel I'M
MRS JOHN R, MU8ICK, Osteopathy Phy
aicuiu; vikce. Ksviiie Hla. ' Tel. iesjj.
Nothing Just happens. An effect IS because a cause WAS. v
It wasn't luck nor a streak of good fortune-that enabled us to build up an at
tendance so large that we were compelled to build Hoylrs Building the only building
now erected or being erected In all Nebraska that Is or will be devoted wholly and
solely to a business college given over entirely to the work of taking the rsw ma
terlsl of earnest young men and women and turning out finished, capable, compe
tent buslne.s men and business women.
It wasn't because folks felt kindly toward us or wanted to see us succeed.
It was for the grent. big. round, solid reason that we were giving Instruction and
education In Rookkeeplng and Stenography that was so practical we were looking
after every Interest of our students In such a pains-taking manner we were so giving
to our pupils the wonderful aid and Instruction of the highest-priced Instructors we
could find we were so aiding every pupil In his or her work toward obtaining an
absolutely practical grnsp of Bookkeeping and Stenography by placing before him
every accessory and aid of modern business, that It wns Inevitable that we would
turn out the kind of Bookkeepers and Stenographers that business men would never
"turn down" the kind of Bookkeepers and Stenographers that "make good" right
from the start, and don't need any "breaking In."
Business men found this out. And we couldn't supply the demand for BoyleB
Parents found this out and young persons thinking of taking up a business col
lege course found this out also. The Inevitable result was a big Increase in Boyl?s
TELEGRAPHY In line with the policy of "get .the best" Is the appointment to
the prlncipalship of the Telegraphy Department of one of the speediest operators In
the west. "Taken right off the road."
Our Fall Term opens September 4. 'You have plenty of time to decide the question
of Just which business college vera will attend before September 4.
Give our claims and our PROOFS an honest comparison with the claims and
proofs of any other business college In Omaha and we have no fear of your
. If you haven't received a copy, send for a copy of our new 1906 Prospectus.
H.'B. BOYLES, Pres.
Boyles Bldg., Omaha!
WANTED FOR U. S. ARM If. able-bodied
uiiMiainfu men, oeiween ages oi -i nun
3d. citizens of United a lutes, of good
chaiacter and temparate habits, who
character and temperate ' habits, who
formation apply to Recruiting Officer,
13th and Douglas Sis., Omaha; Lincoln,
Neb., or Sioux I'lty, la. B "i3
IF YOU are In need of a position call and
have a "heart-to-heart" talk with HART,
THE EXPERT, 401 N. Y. Life B S
W5 PERMANENT salary and expenses paid
ici'aum men ouisiae or me cuy; very
pleasant work. Address A. W. South, 316
Neville Blk., Omaha, Neb. B 683
WANTED Three men of good personal ap
pearance; steady employment. r.
Adams Co, 1619 Howaid St. B M636
WANTED Several young men to travel
for the summer, or permanent. Work
' pleasant.' Uood remuneration. The
Twentieth Century Farmer, Omaha. Neb.
WE FILL positions In and out of city; best
... i ...... -f... r - , . . .. n .1 a 19
B M7S7 Jy
I BUY and sell drug stores exclusively. Ex-
1' ocrviue. special plan, ltuk men iui-
nlshed positions; employes furnished. It
will pay you to write or cull for particu
lars. F. V. Knlest, R. P., "The Drug
Store Man," 624 N. Y. L., Omaha, Neb.
'Phone 3756. U-MCI
WANTED Men and boys to learn plumb-
1 n . J - . . . . , i r .
ma uuua, cannot Buppiy aeinauu un
graduates. 34 to 65 per day. Many com
plete course in two months. Graduates
admitted to union and Master Plumbers'
association. Send for free catalogue.
Coyne Bros. Co. Plumbing Schools, New
York City, Cincinnati, O., St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED Teams for grading work, long
Job. best it wages. Owen & Lovelace
Cont, Co., room 20, Barker Blk.
MOLER Barber college, 110 Farnam St.,
wants men to learn Daruer iraae. iwra
of apprenticeship saved by method of freu
work and careful instructions. Few
weeks completes. Can nearly earn ex
penses while learning. Call or write.
BRICKLAYERS wanted at Holdrege to
worg on the Holdrege High school DUtta
ing; good wages and steady - work all
fall; lo-bour man preferred. Address
Peter Johnson, Holdreti, Neb.
MEN wanted to work at the brick yard at
Holdroge, Neh.; wages from 32 to 33 a day.
Address Morten Johnson. B 110 30
YOUNO MAN, at once, to prepare for gov
ernment position; good salary. 4ii (.num
ber of Commerce. B M104 30x
WANTED Men. everywhere; good pay, to
aistriDute circulars, adv. mat'er, lacn
signs, etc.; no canvassing. Address Na
tional Advertising Co., 1(10 Oakland Bank
Bldg., Chicago, 111. , B-M2U1 30x
PATTERN MAKER wanted; one who can
make model of Bmall building. Call 630
Bee Bldg. B M1S9 28
WANTED Teams and laborers for excava
tion and concrete work. W. J. Zltterell,
at Fort Omaha. B M197 Ix
WANTED A good horseshoer at 418 8.
10th St., Lincoln, Neb. B M208 31x
WANTED State, district and local man-
agera; new and unique plans; a most suc
cessful health and accident company.
Give references, previous bUKlnl-ss, ago,
etc. Great Western Accident, Des
Moines, la. B
YOUNG men for firemen and brakemen,
Nebraska and other railroads; experience
unnecessary; firemen. 176, become engi
neers and earn SUO; brakemen, be
come conductors and earn 6140. Name po
sition preferred. Send stamp for particu
lars. Railway Association, Department 69,
Charles Building, Denver. Colo. is
RELIABLE nan wanted. A prominent
cereal tooa company win contract with a
thoroughly reliable man for two years at
$150 per month, together with commis
sions and office expenses. Highest refer
ences required. Address, Manager, Box
817, Bellevue, Mich. , B
AGENTS wanted by first-class banking
nouse in every cny ana town, mcnarason
& Co.. 43 Wall St., New York. B
WANTED Person to call on retail trade
for manufacturing house; local territory;
salary t-5, paid weekly; expense money
advanced, previous experience unneces
sary. American House, Star Bldg.. Chi
cago. B 288 30x
WE will make you a present of 1100. give
you a splendid suit of clothes every ninety
days, enlarge your picture free and pay
you a salary of 3&5 per month and all
traveling expenses to take orders fur tho
greatest and most reliable portrait house
In the world. All this will be guaranteed.
Address, R. D. Martel, Dept. 16H, Chicago,
IU. B-291 3ox
AITOMOBILE owners, drivers, repjalr men,
chauffeurs and others wanted all over the
country; 60.000 machines built this year
In United States, affording great oppor
tunities for trained men: 6 cents a day
will qualify you for good wages In tla
growing field. For full particulars ad
dress Dept A 87. The Correspondence
School of Automobile Engineering, Akron,
Ohio. B 207 30x
BRANCH manager wanted: f'JO.CO rash
weekly: experience unnecessary; send
stamp for particulars. t L. Oliver. 27 2d
St., No. Minneapolis, Minn. B 274 30x
WANTED Traveling man for distribution
and collecting for music company; salary
ISO monthly and exnenses. Road Mana
ger, 1115 faxton Bldg., Chicago.
B 293 SOx
ALT, can paint signs; men. women, boys,
girls; monev In It from the start. "Baker
the Sign Man" (5004), Philadelphia.
WANTED For outdoor platform entertain
ment, at street fulr. Ruthven, la., two
. days. August 2H-30, lf05. colored quartet of
two ladies and two gentlemen: southern
plantation songs, banjo and guitar music,
cake walks, etc. Give gross price wanted
for salary and expenses, together with
experience and reference, first letter. N..
D. Anthony, Chairman, Ruthven. la.
B 241 0x
WANTED Salesmen to handle complete
line of lubricating oils, greases, special
ties and paint: exceptionally good prop,
osition to experienced salesmen. The
Crescent Oil Co.. Minneapolis, Minn
B M215 1
t Experienced stenographers, M0 00.
t Experienced Henograihers, Its. no.
1 Exptrlenced stenographer and bookkeeper,
1 Experienced stenographer and bookkeeper,
1 . Experienced bookkeeiier, ISO On.
1 Experienced bookkeeper. Ho HO.
HART, ul N. Y. LIFE.
WANTED MALE HELP
SHIRTS. 5ci collars. 2c; cuffs. 4c. Follette'a
Laundry, 1003 Leavenworth. B 448 flex
THIS is vacation time and the employes
incidentally look about to better them
selves, thereby causing a great many,
vacancies. We are in need of ,
Four German clerks.
Teacher who understands bookkeeping.
Bookkeeper, Nebraska, $40, board and room.
Bookkeeper, South Dakota,
Good drug clerk,
General merchandise clerk, Iowa, ...
Bookkeeper, small salary,
Manager accustomed to handling men, 14
City salesman, small Investment, ,4
Three high school boys, ,
Collector and solicitor, Missouri,
First-class shoe salesman.
Special attention given to applicant out
of town and college men. Call or write
for complete list of vacancies and our
plan of bringing brains and ability lrt
touch with employers.
THE WESTERN REF. BOND A88'N.a
Dept. N, 341-643 N. Y. Life.
B 417 30
WANTED A competent mechanical drafts
man experienced In architectural work;
give experience and state wages expected.
Address, 33 Bee. B M430 31
SHIRTS, 5c; collars. 2c; cuffs. 4c. Follette'a
Laundry, IG03 Leavenworth. B 448 30x
NORMAL SCHOOL TEACHER.
WESTERN REF. ft BOND ASS'N (Inc.),
Dept. B. - 641-3 N. Y. Life Bldg.
TAILOR wanted good, sober, steady man
to make punts and vests; prices, $2.26;
good job for the right man. . Addresa
H.inke the Tailor, Sutton, Neb. '
WANTED, bookkeeper, young man, whole
sale house; state age, salary, experience;
references required. Address 41. Bee.
. . B 404 30X
FIRST-CLASS plumber. J. C. Blxhy A Son,
Council Bluffs, la. . B 166 30x
WANTED One person In each locality to
sell direct to the consumer the finest Una
of tea, coffee, baking powder, extracts,
etc., on the market. Premiums given the.
consumer. Our agents are all satisfied
and making fine wages. No capital re
quired. Fine wagon furnished. Writ
for particulars. Grand Union Tea Co.,
Omaha, Neb. B 461 SO
FIRST-CLASS clerk and salesman, experl-.
enoed In general merchandise. In country
town, for position In Omaha retail store.
Fine chance for advancement. Refer
ences required. Address 39, Bee.
B 466 30 .
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
60 WORKING girls. Canadian office. 16tb
and Dodge. C 6W
MOLER COLLEGE 1114 Farnam St..
teaches halrderssing, manicuring, facial
massage, chiropody and electrolysis in
few weeks by tree wora and careful In
structions. Little expense, diploma
granted. Fifty ladles wanted at once. Call
or write for catalogue. C MS55 A3x
WANTED Competent servant girl. Apply
377 Jackson Si. C 140 31
SCHOOL TEACHER, who understand
bookkeeping and writes a good han4l
permanent position. Addresa 19, care Bev
WANTED Experienced laundry girls all
kinds; best wages and steady work t?
good help. Address E. Reinhart, Albion,
Neb, C-M151 30x
GIRL for general housework, four In fam
ily. Mrs. F. D. Wead. 502 S. 40th. 'Phone
Aah-4t071. C 166 29
w ain iitzu r.xperiencea salesladies, trln.
men and preparers. Hayden Bros., Mil
WANTED Experienced millinery trimmer,
Kahl & Johnston. . C M2u6
WANTED A girl for general housework.
1329 S. 31st St. C 216 6x
LADIES To do piecework at their homes:
we furnish all materials and pay from $7
to $12 weekly. Send stamped envelope to
Royal Co., 34 E Monroe St., Chicago..
Kftft PEOPI.R tn make kltohen r.M.n. k
dotens; Increase business; small room,
therefore home work; permanent; stamp
for particulars; begin work. American
Apron Co., 440S Indiana Ave, Chicago.
C 233 30x
WANTED Chambermaid; good character
necessi-ry; country girl preferred; good
wages; transportation furnished. Perkins
Hotel, David City, Neb. C 219 80
Wanted Several experienced lady stenog
HART. 401 N. Y. Life.
WE HAVE not on our files a single good,
Good penman, quick and accurate.
Teacher, normal school graduate.
Teacher who understands bookkeeping.
Cull or write for complete list.
THE WE8TERN REF. & BOND ASSN.,
(Inc.), 641-642 N. Y. Life. C 1 30
SHIRTS. 6c; collars, 2c; cuffs. 4c. Follette
Luunnry, 1603 Leavenworth. C 448 30x
EXPERIENCED cook, $7 per week. The
Hose, 2020 Hurney St. C 4&4 lx
WANTED Experienced salesladies. In
cloak departments; also salesladies or ex
perience In ninnlln underwear depart
ment. J. L. Biandels at Sons.
A MIDDLE-AGED, experienced gfTlcn man,
who understands bookkeeping, accounts,
Is rapid and accurate with figures or
cash, deMlres place In office; bond If re
quited. Address 18, Bee office. -
A 172 30x
WANTED Situation as drug clerk. In city
or out; registered I. A. Penna; single. Ad
dress V), care Bee. A M186 29x
SITUATION W A NT ED By a middle-aged
single lady, either as housekeeper or sew
ing girl. Address 319 N. 11th St., Nebraska
City. A M169 t
SHJRT8. 5c; collars, 2c; cuffs, 4c. Follette'a
Laundry, 1603 Leaven worth. A 148 SOx
WANTED Position as porter. References
for 16 years past. Dry goods or clothing.
To begin about SopU L Address 37. Re
office. A-w7 t
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