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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1905)
lUE OMAITA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, AUOUST 22, 1005.
AdTertlaeaaeat for Ikm eoioton
Trill be llkt ejnttl IS m. tor the
I rtralii edition and til ft . . to
Rnte 1 l.Se a mrl drat lasertlon,
4 0 a word thereafter. Met bins Ukr
for Ira than 80s for th flrat laeer
tloa. Thra ndvertloeaaeata aaaat ha
ran eotieeent Ively.
AeWrrtlaere, by ra)wetln a m
tered rkrtk, raa bare nnawer ad
ilri4 to a iiBkorrl letter la eara
of The nee. Answers addreaaed
Trill ha drllrered aa presentation at
Fall Tarm September 4. day and night
Busln.ss, (Shorthand, Typewriting, Teleg
raphy, Normal and English. All uminer
esslon. Catalogue Ire. Address H. H.
Boyle, Pres., Boyle Bldg, Omaha, Neb.
CTfHPQ Replatedw. Omaha Plating Co
jig. Harney SU Tel. 8636.
CITS SAVINGS BANK pay 4 per cent
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. 3630.
ANTl-Monopoly Garbage Co., 621 N. 16th.
Tel. 1779. H 81'
2U S. 11th tSL
CUT HATH railway tickets everywhere.
P. II. Phllbln, 1506 Farnam. 'Phone 7M.
lCVC Rubber Stamps and stencils. Nov.
D ifg. Co.. 312 S. 12th BU Tel. 1714.
DMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors ana
safes. U. Andreen, prop., 102 S. 10th St.
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Iron and ura castings. 8u3 Jacknon. Tel.
2432. .... K ax
PIANO, upright. $76; easy montnly pay
ments, purlield Piano Co., 1611 Farnam bt.
6IUN PAINTING. S. II. Cole. 1302 Douglas.
BAD IRONS replated. 20c; three for Wo.
Omaha Plating Co., lsOS liajney. Tel. 263.
SIDEWALK BRICKS w-
nor Ui, HIS Paxiou block. 'Phone 1672.. Also
three million common builders' brick.
CHATELAINE SCHOOLj OK LANQUAGE3
PRPIMPU GERMAN, SPANISH,
r IXCI1 V-tlDavldge BIdg, loth A Farnam
FURNACE AND STOVE REPAIRS.
During August we examine furnaces, hot
water and steam, plants rrea of charge.
We clean, remount and supply all parts,
aabeatos pipe covering, hot water attach
. merits. Visit our model repair house, new
location, 1206-1208 Douglas. Tel. M.
OMAiiA STOVE REPAIR W'UKKS.
CHICAGO tailor, ladles' and gentlemen's
high class work. Tel. MIL 212H Farnam.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
' fi RCOND H1NX
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
If you want a bargain tn steam fittings call
aim iook over uie tallowing supplies:
J 8-Inch Austin horlsontal separator.
1 8-Inch Austin' horlkontal separator.
1 4-Inch Austin's vertical Mniram,
3h"e have been taken out on account of
changes In our steam plant and are In
g'jod condition. Address: Bee BulldlnK
ii?V 0Tr' wW- 11 Urld. onginecr, Bee
vinau W 632
FOR 8 A I.E. new and second-hand billiard
nil rwiA fa K s A , . . ,
flLMV ruivmAntcl flnnl ...
Brunswick-abAlke-Collepdop, 407 8. 10th St a
COMPLETE line new and 2d-hand furnl-
ID-HAND safe cheap,
Derlght, 1119 Far-
. i in v i. . ! . . .
iiuiuiuw runaooui automobile guar
anteed in good running order: oriitlna.1
cult I960. Addrau 1J07 ll.. ' o.
6HER WIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT. Sherman A MoConnell Drug 'Co
Omaha. , Q 332
CHEAP chicken fence, long flr timbers and
telephone poles. 8cl Douglas. Q i3
PULLEYS AND COUNTERSHAFTS AT A
pulleys, from Inches' to 48 Inches In
These are all In first-class condition, w
H. Bridges, engineer. Bee Bldg.
FOR SALE, several scholarships In a first-
class standard school In Omaha, compris
ing complete course In business, shori
liaird and typewriting. Inquire at Be
MILCH COWS on easy umu. 43d and
y'- 1 ins acnoiarsnips on
YTfr. .?Xrnt!" colleges. Address
' " ri:uama, umana wee, Omaha.
GRAND PIANO, for artist or teacher: prlc
low! easv terma. PirflM tian r
- - auv .U.i
Farnam St. Q-cM
OR SALE, about 60 feet ornamental gal
vanised Iron cornice and ornamental
Iron posts suitable for show window An.
tllv ,lll.iiHnl.n.i. X3. 1 II .
. ,v . M83I
0 irftmilna lanrl-will lr. . . .
hand 4 or (-passenger automobile as part
ji-juirm, imuiir-iMi 10 u.tuu pre-
xerrMi. AAA raa 1 ..i tj
J Q-M3S3 jgg
r BUSINESS CWANCES
JF YOU wish to' buy of sell a business or
real .estate, consult U. 8. Sales Bureau.
634 and titti Bee Bldg. Y 844
F YOU1 want to buy, sell, rent or exchange
real relate or business QUICK aee Comp-
ton-watts to., oao raxion Big. Y 346
ft'ARTY owning a large and rapidly growing-
business of w years standing In this city
oeairaa iu vimi ume vi uia atocx on guar,
antes of 7 per cent dividend per annum.
payeyte aeuu-muuuujr. Auuresa ia Bee
p-OR SALE At' 7Snts on dollar, $5,000
um n atMi a-itu grucexies. rn. J
ClovU, Grtswold, la. Y 176 a
Jj-ROOM hoarding house for sale; desirable
location. Jkaureaa uu, car ttee.
JDENTAL OFFICE and fixtures for sale or
rent before September 1; established prac
tice. Auuim . o. w , isner, t. nicKa
ha. I. T. Y-JS1 27x
iWE have run two of th most successful
general store In southeastern Neb. for
several years, with slocks staple, clean
, and well kept In fact, the largest stores
and sale In either town, with liberal
proms. Alter a recent sickness of M
1 daya and other business plans, we will
sell either or both stores for cash, or
not over H cash, Dal. clear Neb. land
Htocks will Invoice about tl2.0uo urh
. Theeo aj-e safe, well paying Investments
zor kive Business man. Address lite. Be.
' t Y 248
BOARDING house at a bargain, II rooms,
close in. Owner leaving city. Sll N. 18th.
FOR PALE Bast restaurant In lAramle
. good income: meals. 2So and ud. For utr
tlculars and terms address Postonice bog
1 vbo. jkranua, wyo. I-Mjj Sx
tklOKAKD'S ciasses for adults! 15th and
; Harney, reopens on Friday, September
l 1. t . ra. Buy your ticket on or before
t opening nigni ana save I2.au rrora reg
I ular prtoe. Open alt day. Students from
f the Cailiegea and high acitovl pupua half
itiioe.. aa Vae t i
WANTED MALE HELP
OMAHA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
Onen September 4 In new building.
Nineteenth and Farnam. All business
branches. Shorthand, Typewriting, Tele
graphy. Pen Art, Cartooning. Night school
starts now. - Write for catalogue. Aaaress
WANTED FOR V. 8. ARMY, abre-rnrdled
unmarried men, netween ages 01 u. ami
35, cltlsens of United States, of good
character and temperate habits, who
read and speak English.' For further In
formation apply to Recruiting Officer,
13th and Douglas Bts , Omaha; Lincoln,
Neb., or Sioux City. la. B-8
Call or Write
WESTERN KKK. AND BOND ASB'N
For List of High Grade Positions.
Dept. B. 840-842 N. Y. Life Blrtg.
IF YOU are in need of a position call and
nave neart-to-neart luiR wiui ,
THE EX PERT. 4(11 N. 1. Life. B 838
THREE men of good appearance; steady
employment. C. F. Adams Co.. 1618 Howard
WANTED Men and boy to learn plumb
ing trade. Cannot supply aemano. tor
giaduates; 14 to 86 per day- Many com
plete course In two months. Graduate
admitted to union and Master Plumbers
association. Bend for free catalogue.
Coyne Bros. Co. Plumbing Schools. New
York City, Cincinnati, O., St. Louis Mo.
WANTED Men with teams; steady work.
Apply at Johnson Bros. 'lranter to., nw
Farnam. B M8
DRUG stores bought and sold. Drug clerk
waiueu. r . v. jviuesi.
WANTED Agent to sell only article of
lis Kino in toe worm: jhii-ih.tu , uib
Call at houseboat, foot Douglas.
B M23C Sx
WANTED Carpenter. Addres. Clau
Btange, contractor, lutan, Ken.
B M260 7x
THREE bright, active men capable of
earning 835 weekly lor traveling position.
Arply after 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. ManRger,
Sou Ware block. B M285
COLLECTOR for De Molne, $12 to $15
weekly; permanent. Hixenoaugn at o.,
top floor Ware Bldg., Omaha. B 356 21
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Few week complete, fosltlon guar
anteed. Top waaes to graduate. Can
earn expense before finishing. Call or
write; Woler Barber college, 1116 Farnam
St. B-M406 25x
WANTED Experienced car repairer. In
quire at Chicago Great western city
Ticket Office, 1612 Farnam. B M836 23
COMBINATION typewriter repair man
and salesman. 4io N. I. i mug.
B 546 22
WANTED Good girl to do plain wanning
and ironing at the crecne, iw.n ana uar
ney. C M6al Z4x.
WANTED Office and telephone boy. Must
write a good hand. Omaha tuectrio
LlKht and Power Co., New York Life
Bldg. B 542 21x
WANTED Salesmen. Prominent Cincin
nati manufactory making ladles fine shoes,
well established, desires to make arrange
ments with experienced salesmen for the
coming spring season. Ay territory
considered. Address with particulars and
reference, P. O. Box 409, Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
80 working girl. Canadian office, 15th and
Dodge c 343
SO GIRLS. Experience not necessary; work
rooms cooi, wen ventilated. seniis omaha
Bag Co. C M190
WANTED Girl to do ordinary house work.
t.ov per week. 4.ZV Davenport. Take
Dundee car. C 322
COMPETENT second" girl. Mrs. F. " P.
Kirkendall, 37Z7 Jackson St. . C 356 22
LADIES We teach hairdresslng, manicur
ing, racial massage, cniropody or electro
lysis In a few weeks. Constant practice,
expert instructions. Splendid demand,
little expense. Call or write, Moler col
lege,. 1114 Farnam St. C M406 26x
WANTED A young girl to assist In general
housework. an xempieton St.
C M516 22X
WANTED Girl for general housework.
' Apply Poppleton Ave. C 636 23x
,ONE good Remington steno. Address,
lbo, nee. C 646 22
A COMPETENT girl for general house
work: family of three; good wage. 1126
B. 32d. C 644 23
WANTED Competent nurse girl; small
iamuy. nw a. win Ave. o bi
GIRL for general housework; one who can
steep at nome; small family; good wage.
Call at 201S Maple St. C 647 23
WANTED Salesmen, either gentlemen or
laaiea, to solicit tor pianos; good money
ior rignt party, tasn Williams, manu
facturor' representative, box 11$ Hast
Ings, Neb. 631 22
WANTED Position by a young married
man aa dook Keeper ana advertising man
In general country store. Address G, Bee
omce, iv feari est., council uiurrs.
COMBINATION Puszle Padlock. Boll on
sight. Agent send 26 cent to pay for
nickel plated sample. Wlro Specialty
THREE GREAT specialties for agents.
finest layout ior quics. return and per
manent business. Do not pas this up.
C. a Page Mfg. Co., Dea Moines, la.
J M560 2$
LOST AND FOUND
LOflT-Betwcen ttli floor. Brown
mm ana Dougia sta., and J. L.
son s. Arllnaton block. 1611 Dodaa at..
gold knot brooch, of no value except to
ine owner; miniiy neirioom. will nnder
leave at Jacolrson', 1511 Dodge at., and
get rewaru. IjusI M346
LOST Lady' gold watch In Monmouth
i-aia. itis ceaar 4baa, or 33.'7 r owler.
rtewaro. ixist 351 21 X
THE young' lady, accompanied by another
iriena, woo was seen to pica up a pocket
check book, containing some cash, south
of Sixteenth street viaduct, on west side
of street, will please return' to owner, a
specified in same, and receive a reward.
Lost 640 Zlx
im. oka. u.w nwwu u reiurnea to xee
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
WILL sacrifice new style high grade blk
urrey and runabout, wttn wire wneeia,
, ball bearing and cuahlon tire.4 A big
snap for someone. Johnson A Danforth,
B. w. cor. linn ana Jones Bts. t' 60
FOR SALE K1ne-gi ted- saddla horse.
Apply Sill North 2oth St.,. P M602 Xix
TWO horses for sale, real cheap, on easy
terms. 43d ana Center. ' .
' P MS5 23x
FINE carriage team for sal at a bar
gain. Enquire room 818 New xork lAtu.
Palmlst-M ME fi U D D 11 Clairvoyant
Located over 113 o. 16th, upstairs. Ko
aultful prediction guaranteed. S 434
WONDERFUL TRIAL READING.
Send dime, stamped envelooe. own writing
birth date. Dr. J. Lester, drawer 84, St.
Louis. Mo., and receive a
WONDERFUL TRANCE READING.
Johnson Institute, 616 N Y. Lit bldg. Tel 1644
MRS. JOHN R. MUSrCK.. Osteopathy Pby
lfll. VIAitaWaW livFIUM
Yom Want Ad S
Bee Want Ads
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
BOYD'8 THEATER BUILDING,
WILL BEGIN FALL TERM
MONDAY, SEPT.MTH, 1905
Call and get full particulars.
ROYAL HOTEL, European. 16th ft Chicago.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th A Farna n.
VIENNA Hotel; private dining room, cafe.
ROOMS and good board, $6 per week and
up. can 1617 Chicago St. isml
$1.00 to $2.00 per week. 422 8. 18th St., one
diock soutn or court nouae.
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
CENTER HOTEL 210 N. 17th St. Large
front room suitable for four young men;
also smaller moms. $2 per week end up
ward. Tel. B2547. E 357 21 x
MEDIUM-SIZED room with strictly private
iamuy in cottage just rurnisned com
plete one month ago, to rent reasonably to
lespectahle lady tor sake of companion
ship. 2602 S. 13th St., Stanford Circle.
E M518 22x
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney St., nice cool
. rooms, with good board; home cooking.
ti fllolo 2Zt
LARGE room, with alcove, for two gentle
men. Modern. 118 No. 25th. tj .bo ewx
3 NICELY furnished rooms for light house
keeping 2018 Davenport.
E M552 24x
FURNISED rooms for light housekeeping.
first floor. Also sleeping rooms, modern.
207 So. 24th St. E M553 24x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
Droaa verandas, ample lawns, stately
trees, rustic seats; home cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F 356
THE HARNEY, elegant rooms, flrst-clas
board; walking distance. 2323 Harney.
F 273 22x
FURNISHED rooms, modern; flrst-clas
ooara; close in. K20 s. isth. r M847 81
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
t ROOMS, modern, no children. 2408 Cass.
F M4S0 2U
PLEASANT room and excellent table.
3004 Farnam St. 'Phone Black 4S10.
F M503 25x
LARGE, comfortable room, with excellent
ooard. Zen iarnara St. M52B 22x
EXCELLENT cool, pleasant front parlor,
wun ooara, ror two gentlemen; also one
side room for same; all modern: homo
cooking for reasonable prices. Rooms and
bosrd for five. Call at 1714 Douglas St.
'Phone Red 4637. F 636 2Sx
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
TWO basement room. 1120 N. 17th St.
G 363 21x
FOR RENT HOUSES
HOUSES1" p1" or oKr- n.
nUUJWc, peier 4 Co, Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co. pack.
move and store H. H. goods.' Storehouse
1120-24 N. 13th. Office, 1511 H Far num.
Tel 1669. , D 367
WE MOVE piano. Maggard Van & Stor
age co. lei. i4Ho. uoice, 1713 Webster St.
nUUJtJQ. F. Davl Co., bu8 Bee Bldg,
7 ' ROOMS, city water outside; house In
1 1 . 1 . . . 1 1. -. . .
Kutiu Luuuitiuii. i3w vaiiiui M itfc 01. ; rent
$18 per month. Walter Breen, 416 Kar
bach block. D 268
HOUSES, insurance, Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
NO EQUAL, all modern, 7-room house. 220
IN. a. D 321
FOR RENT 7-room house, all modern:
choice nelgnbornooa, 2123 California St..
$30. Apply at 607 N. Uth St. D M430
FOR RENT Nice ten-room house; all mod-
.1 U, V.WV M WMa.llWO I V. ftUVJli 11. i & 11 UUl"
faood; possession Aug. 1. 631 S. 26th Ave,
Inquire 118 S. 25th St. Bent reasonable.
ROOMS, houses, store. Tlzard. 220 N. 23d.
FOR RENT 10-room modern house, 2919
and aui uuon oi. inquire r . f. Kirken
dall dc Co., 1118 Harney St. D 611
Piano moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. l&S, Schmoller & Mueller.
2614 St Mary' Ave., modern; $40.
TO LET Five-room strictly modern, steam-
heatea apartment, in tne Hamilton apart
ments, 24th and Farnam St. W. Farnam
Smith & Co., agents, 1320 Farnam St.
FURNISHED house for rent, September
and octooer; an modern; near "The Wi
nona;" reference required. Address Box
145, care Bee D 267 2bx
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-STORY and basement. 1003 Far
nam; elevator. 814 First Nat 1 Bank Bldg.
BUILDING, 916 FAR
Thl building 1 22xb6 feet, four stories
and baaenient. The basement i ZjljJ
feet, 1 cemented, ine ceiling over the
basement ha a brick vault and Iron beam
construction, making the baaement fire
proof. Th nrat Coor haa a marble floor in
front and granolllhlo floor In rear, 'l her.
la a large burgiar-proof vault and a power
levator, ine upper uuor uav V.lndoS
on three side.
Addreaa Th Be Building Co., C. C
Roaewalar, Secretary, room luO Beat Bldg.
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
mall office, which rent for $10.00 pur
month. Price includes heat, light, wuter
and janitor service. It la located on the
fourth floor of The Bee building and la
Juat the thing for any one wanting a nice
ittle office In the beat office building in
town. H. C. Peter at Co., rental agents,
ground floor. Be Bldg. 1771
IF you apply at once w can give any on
desiring a large office apace almost any
arrangement they dealre. Thla apace la
on th sixth floor of Tn Bee Building,
with north light. R. C. Peters Co,
rental agents, ground floor, Be Bidg
GOLDMAN Pleating Co, $08 Douglas Blk.
IN FAMILIES, Mis Sturdy.
MRS. R. A. KELLER. Ill N. 10th, 'phon
8632. will make special reductions for th
nail sv aay in tne making or new tnree
plec suits." Flrst-daas work guaranteed.
HESS 8WOBODA, 1416 Farnam.
L. HENDERSON. 1618 Farnam. TaL IKS.
do the business A trial
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
$2,800 WILL buy beautiful modern cottag
and full lot In Hsnscom Place; east front
treet paved; everything firat-clas.
Room L N. Y. Life Bldg.
THE MIDLAND OUARANTKE TRUST
COMPANY'S abstracts of title are th
best. Our customers are protected by a
$10 000 surety homi iirnii.st loss by error.
When you buy or sell real estate, demand
a Midland ahstract.
1K14 Farnam Pt.,
N. Y. Life Bl,lg.
P. DODGE. JR.,
RE M 523
FOR SALE Beautiful 12-room home near
West 40th St. Address 120, care Bee.
CHAS- Williamson Co."- 8u?d-
FOR SALE Ten acres of land five mile
from South Omaha. Fine land for garden
and chickens. Will sell on easy pay
ments. Address H. E. Pease. Dunlap,
Iowa. RE M2J.4 24
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail
BURGESS - GRANDEN CO.,
M. RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.,
813 South 16lh St,
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado und Wyoming;
low prices; ten years' time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. It., Omaha. Neb, Dept. "A."
132x132 feet (cornerl, in wholesale district;
can sell very cheap.
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg. RE-218
WRITE for Illustrated pamphlet describ
ing two ranches tn the corn and alfalfa
belt, WUUs Cad well,. Broken Bow, Neo.
DO IT NOW Get a fine lot In West) Far
nam district for a home. Address 167 Bee.
. RE M567 81.
FOR SALE FARMS
We have 23,000 acres of South Dakota
land for sale, also large horse ranch, well
Btocked, and sheep ranch In Clolorado.
Hart & Smith, 401 N. Y. Life Bldg.
M )3 23
FIFTY good Improved farm from 160 to 640
acres In Boone and Nance counties. Neb.
Favorable terms. For particulars call on
or write to GEORGE & CO., 16"1 Farnam
St, Omaha. M424 A-28
This agricultural weekly goes to 60,000
homes of farmers and stock raisers, so If
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will llnd a buyer
among them. The cost of an advertisement
Is Bmall 2 cents per word In small type, or
$2.S0 per Inch If set In large type
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
I loaned un - furniture, plnnos, live
stock and to salaried people upon
their own agreuhient to pay. Our
rates are as low an any, our service
is iuick und i 'quiet ' and we never
charge for making papers or notary
fees. We want yoiir ' business If you
ever borrow money .
OMAHA . MORTGAGE LOAN CO,
306 So. l2th St, Tel. 22.
118 Board of Trade Bldg.
WHERE You get it on
runiuuic, 4 icjiuo, .aw, oca,
1X'..n-.nu Criuiii Kiilitrifta .(a
. n . . . . u f I,, tt r Bhiirl nnhm
wrtr.riE. x u -
WHERE You get low rale and easy
WHERE Confidential and courteous
deallne bring you oack.
WHERE Can you do better?
" N. CRKL)1T COi
Top floor. 63 PAXTON BLK.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. STAR
CHATTEL, salary vud Jewelry loans. Foley
'-V isii l',rnm St. X 414
p.AOLB Loan Office, reliable, accomodat-
InS a- 1 DUBlucoti t.wmiuwuwB4. w4 jvut.
MONEY loanea on iurniture, salary.
now, room 214, at i B. 15th St. TeLBWl
BOWEN'S MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, jiumco, vuh. x in. in iiuirj u
Bteadily employed. 303 N. Y. lAt;
MONEY loaned on salary, furniture. Jew
elry, nOlBCSi aVUU, Ul WOU Art 84
Barker Blk. X 410
MONEY loaned on piano, furniture, Jew-
elry. norses, cvwt, a.v. c k . awu, aiv a 14.
MONEY loaned salaried people and other
without security; easy payments, umcei
in 63 principal cities. Tolman, room 714,
New York Life Bldg. X-408
W have money to loan at a reasonable
rate on aiamonus, pianos, nuuseiioia
furniture or other good chattel securi
ties to parlies whose position In life re
quire that such transactions be made
end held in strict confidence. Union Loan
and Investment Co, 212 Bee. Tel. 2004.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co, 13J0 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
GARVIN BROS, 1604 Farnam. City loan
at lowest rates; no delay; get our terms.
LOWEST rates, city property; 6 P. C. on
farms in eastern Neb. Bemla, Paxton Blk.
BUILDING loans on residence property; f
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Block.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1530 Douglas.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha, Lowest rates. No
delay. Thomas Breiuian, K. 1. N. Y. Life.
WANTED City loan.
R. C. Peter 8s Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rate. W. H.
Thomas, la I Natl Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
LOANS on Omaha Improved property, or
to build with; can pay It back In monthly
payments. Hastings A Heyden, 16u Far.
nam St W-378
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow
Church Co., main ft, N. Y. Life. 'Phone 133.
J. M. Macfarland. 804 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. Vft
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED A small -well Improved farm or
acreage close to a good, town in eastern
Nebraska. Addreaa hi, car Bee.
. -Mt4 23
The Bee will reach a
better class o f readers
id more of them.
tRY KELLEY'S LAUNDRY. 'PHONE Jf-80,
1'RIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium. f:8 Flrat Ave, Council Bluffs, la.
Tel. 774. U-626
PHONE 701 and a man will call and tune
your piano. $2. Ferfield Piano Co., lfill
Farnam. U 391
MAnNPTIPtrefttrn'nt th". Mine.
mA vJli C 1 IL-Kmith ii n. 15. 2d n.. r. :.
TUB. vapor and alcohol bath. 720 8. 13th.
' ACCORDION and SUNBURST
PLHAT1NG, RUCHING, BUTTONS
Send for price list and sample.
THE GOLDMAN PLtAlING CO
200 DOUGLAS BLOCK. TEL. 1931
FACTORY tuner and action regulator at
lowest rate for reliable service. Tel. lo-.
Schmoller A Mueller, piano makers.
LARSON A JOHNSON Cut rate to all
point. 1406 Farnam. Tel. 1936. Member
American Ticket Broker' association.
Plnnn. Anitx,wA a. r.nA it fkl weekly. AH
music lcK,m frn. JOIN NOW. Perfleld
Piano Co, 1611 Farnam St.
OMAHA 6team Paste Co, manufacture
pure flour paste. 2210 Cuming. Tel.
THE Salvation Army solicit cast-off cloth
ing; in fact, anything you do not need;
we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. inn
St, for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4136 and wagon will call.
PRIVATE home during confinement; lia
ble boarded and adopted. Mr. Garden,
21!16 Charles. Tel. 6311. U-306
WE RENT sewing machines, 75c week. We
repair all makes of machines; second
hand machines, $i to $10. Neb. Cycle Co,
Tel. 1663. Cor. 16th and Harney. U 397
OMAHA Btammerer Institute, Ramge Blk.
DR. JACKSON, specialist in chronic dis
eases, 418 N. Y. Life Bldg. Consultation
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & $. 1606 Farnam.
FRENCH, Spanish, German leson. F.
Peltier, 115 8. 20th. U-668 M28x
HOMELESS colored children; two very de
sirable colored children, a boy 11 year
old and a girl 8 years old, want homes
for adoption. Apply to Child Saving In
stitute, 18th and Ohio Bts. Tel. 1H91.
U 354 21 X
FOR Women Only Dr. Raymond's Pills, for
delayed periods, absolutely reliable, per
fectly safe; no danger, no pain, no inter
ference with work; relief brought td thou
sands after everything else failed; highly
recommended by all that have used them.
By mail, $2. Dr. G. G. Raymond Remedy
Co, room 35, 84 Adams St, Chicago, 111.
DR. PRIES treats successrutly all diseases
and Irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stump. Dr. Pries, 1511ft Dodge St,
LADIES Chichester' English Pennyroyal
Fills are the best; safe, reliable; take no
other. Send 4o stamp for particulars,
'Relief for Ladles," In letter by relurn
mall. Aek your druggist. Chichester
Chemical O, Philadelphia. Pa.
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
dirs; never falls; $2 postpaid. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 403
DRUNKENNESS AND DRUG HABITS
CURED to stay cured In the shortest length
of time under a positive guarantee, lor
full particulars write the
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Incorporated tn 1892.
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no injec
tions; all or write for booklet. Quick
Cure Rupture Co, 611 W. O. W. Bldg,
IF YOU do i.ot find what you want in this
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get It. Z-983
WILL exchange a One upright piano for
desk. Perfleld Piano Co, 1611 Farnam St.
WANTED TO RENT
BOARD with strictly refined private fam
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B. K-M561 23x
MEMORIAL CARDS; ar
tistic designs, a. K. Cor.
. MrcTr K'h St. and Capitol Ave.
1 i ixuo i u
EDWARD NORMAN KENT, teacher of
"The Art of Singing." Vocal studio.
Wlthnell building, 15th and Harney.
H. A. STURGES, registered attorney; pat
ents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
less successful. 617 N. Y. Life, Omaha.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING MATERI
als, plumbing supplies, etcx, I'nited Statu
Indian School, Pierre, South Dakota, August
15, 19u5. Sealed proposals, endorsed "Pro
posals for building materials, etc, and ad
dressed to the undersigned at Pierre. S.
D, will be received at the Indian school
until 2 o'clock p. m. of September 5, 19ou,
for furnishing and delivering at the school
a required during the fiscal year ending
June 30, li, a heater, tan):, fourteen ring
baths, three closets. Ave tubs, six sinks,
besides a quantity of paint, tees, valve,
oil, etc, also thirty-eight door and win
dows, ten barrel cement, twenty-five bar
rel lime, 6,200 feet of lumber, 1,600 square
feet of cement flooring, 20.000 brUk, one
mortlser, saw table, scroll saw, vises, ham
mers, planes, bits, gauges, etc, etc, as per
list and specifications obtainable at the
school. Bidders must state specifically In
their bids the price of each article to be
offered under contract. All articles so
offered will be subject to rigid Inspection.
The right Is reserved to reject any or all
bids, or any part of any bid. If deemed
for the best Interests of the service. Each
bid must be accompanied by a certified
check or draft upon aonte United State
depository or aolvent National bank, made
payable to the order of the commissioner
of Indian affairs, for at lat 6 per cent
of the amount of the proposal, said check
or draft to be forfeited to the United
Buiu-s in case the bidder receiving an
award shall fall to execute promptly a
satisfactory contract In accordance with
the terms of his bid; otherwise to be re
turned to bidder. Bids accompanied by
cash In lieu of certified check or draft will
not be considered. Fur further Information
apply to J. C. Levengood, Superintendent,
Pierre, South Dakota.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF
the Custodian, Court House, Custom
House aiid Poatofflce, Omaha. Neb, August
16, 1J6. 4Saled propoaala will be received
at thla oihce until 3 o'clock p. m. on th
aoth day of Auguat, 19o6, and then opened,
for repair and painting, piaster and wood
work of thla building, in accordance with
apeclficatlona, ex. plea of which may b had
at thl office, or at the office of th uper
rising architect. Treasury department,
naanington. JJ. c. U. 11. Narrows, Cuato-
PROPOSALS FOR STONE COTTAGE.
hollers, feed water heater, horse or mules,
building materials, plumbing supplies, etc ,
lepartrnent of the Interior. Ofhve of Indian
Affairs, Washington. I. C, August !. l'."6.
Pealed proposals endorsed ' Proposals for
Cottage, t'hllorrn, Okla ". and addressed to
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington. I. C, will be received at the Indian
ofPce until I o'clock p. m of Thursday,
August 31, I, for furnishing and deliver
ing all the materials and labor required to
to construct and complete a stone cottage,
with plumbing, steam heat and electric
light, at the Chllorrn School, Okla, In
trlct accordance with the plans, specifi
cations and Instruction to bidders, which
may ih examined at this ofllce, the otnce
of the "Traveler," Arkansa City. Kan.;
"Journal," Kansas City. Mo.; "Globe-Democrat,"
St. Louis. Mo.; "Bee," Omnha, Neb. ;
"Improvement Bulletin," Minneapolis,
Minn ; "American Contractor," Chicago,
111.; the Builders' and Traders' Exchange
t Omaha, Neb.; St. Faul, Minn.; Minneap
olis. Minn.; the Northwestern Manu
facturer association, St. Paul. Minn ; the
United State Indian warhouses at SIS
Howard street, Omaha, Neb.; 62 South
Seventh street. St. Ixnits, Mo. and at the
SchooL Sealed proposals endorsed. "Propo
sals for Boilers, Building Materials, etc.",
as the rase may be, and addressed to S. M.
McCowan Chlloeco. Okla, will be received
t the Indian School until ! o'clock p. m ,
of Thursday, August 31, 1M6. for furnishing
and delivering, as required during the fiscal
year ending June 30, linW, 14 horses or mules,
one 200-hnrse power boiler, one 60-horse
power boiler, one 450 horse-power feed
water heater, about 70.000 feet of
lumber, 101 doors, windows and transoms,
6!6 sacks wall finish. 16 squares steel cell
ing. 61 barrels lime, 1,494 sacks cement. 146
cubic yards sand, 225 cubic feet stone foun
dation, 86.000 shingles. 30.000 lath, 596 posts,
220 rods wire fencing, 2,"0 feet pipe, besides
tees, flanges, valves, builders hardware,
electric light wire, 1,400 feet radiation, etc,
aa per list and specifications obtainable at
the school. Bidders are requested to state
specifically the price of each article to be
offered under contract, all articles so offered
to be subject to rigid Inspection. The right
is reserved to reject any and all bids, or
any part of any bid, if deemed for the best
Interest of the service. Each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check or draft
upon some United States depository or solv
ent national bank, made payable to the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at
least five per cent of the amount of the
proposal, ald check or draft to be for
feited to the United States In case a bidder
receiving an award shall fall to execute
promptly a satisfactory contract In accord
ance with his bid; otherwise, to he returned
to the bidder. Bid accompanied by cash
In lieu of certified check will not be con
sidered. For further Information, apply to
B. M. McCowan, Superlntedent, Chlloeco,
Okla. C. F. Larrabee. Acting Commis
sioner. A 8-10-tM5-17-19-22-24-2.
PROPOSAL8 FOR BUILDING MATER.
lals, etc. U. S. Indian School. Genoa, Ne
braska, August 14. I&sj. Seal'.-d proposals,
endorsed, "Proposals for Building Mater
ials, etc," and addressed to the under
signed at Genoa, Neb, will be received at
the Indian school until 2 o'clock, p. m, of
September 6, 1906, for furnishing and de
livering at the Bchool as required during
the liscal year ending June 30. 1906, 4K.600
feet of lumber, 12.000 lath. 186 barrels lime,
62 barrels cement, 127 yards sand, 13 bar
rels plaster parts, 9,000 brick, 62 squares
steel celling, besides a quantity of paints,
plumbing supplies, etc, as per list and
specifications obtainable at the school. Bid
ders will state specifically In their bids the
prlc of each article to be offered under
contract. All articles so offered will be
subject to rigid Inspection. The right 1
reserved to reject any or el! bids or any
part of any bid If deemed for the best in
terests of the service. Each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check or draft
upon some United States depository or sol
vent national bank, made payable to the
order of the Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs, for at least 6 per cent of the amount
of the proposal, said check or draft to be
forfeited to the United States In case a bid
der receiving an award shall fall to execute
promptly a satisfactory contract In ac
cordance with his bid; otherwise to be re
turned to bidder. Bids accompanied by
cash In lieu of certified check or draft, will
not be considered. For further information
apply to Wm. H. Winslow, superintendent,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of the Black Hills Traction com
pany at Spearflah, South Dakota, until S
o'clock p. m. of August 26, 1905. for the
construction of about five and one-half
miles of Canal, about nine mile from
Spearflah, South Dakota, Involving the ex
cavation of approximately one hundred and
ninety thousand (190,000) cubic yards of
earth and fifteen thousand (15,000) cuhio
yards of rock and the construction of two
hundred (200) cubic yards of dry stone
culvert, and furnishing such other ma
terial and labor as may be necessary to
complete the work.
Plans, specifications and proposal blanks
may be obtained from Richard B. Hughe,
general manager, Spearfish, South Dakota.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check for one thousand ($1,000)
dollars, made payable to the order of the
Black Hill Traction company, as a guar
antee that the bidder will. If successful,
promptly execute a satisfactory contract
and bond In the sum of twenty per cent
of the contract price for the faithful per
formance of the work.
The right Is reserved to reject any or
all bids, and to waive technical defect
aa the Interest of the company may re-
QTHE BLACK HILLS TRACTION CO.
HENRY KEET8, President.
Dated at Spearfish, South Dakota. Au
gust 5, 1905.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
CXION sTATIOH TEMTTI AHD MARCY.
Overland Limited a $:40 am a 8:18 pra
California Expre a 4:10 rm a 1:30 era
California Oregon Ex.a 4:80 pm a 6:10 pm
North Piatt Local a 7:60 am a 8:20 pm
Fast Mall a 8:66 am a $: pm
Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7 .44 am
Beatrice Local b 8:15 pm b 1:80 pm
St. Louis Express
St. I.ul Local (from
Shenandoah Local (from
1:46 pm 1:80 pm
I Chicago, Rook
lalana a. Paelflo.
Chicago Limited a 3 SS am
Chicago Expres a 7:86 am
Chicago Ex, Local bll:40am
Dea Moinea Express. ...a 4:30 pm
Des Molne Local
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6.40 pm
Rocky Mountain Lim'd..a 7:20 am
Colorado Express a 1:80 pm
Oklahoma A Texas Ex. a 4:80 pm
Colorado Night Ex a 8:55 Dm
Chicago, Hllwke St. Paul.
Chi.n Davllaht Ex. ..a 7:56 am all
California-Oregon Ex.. .a 6:46 pm
Overland Limited a 8:36 pm
Chicago Express a 7:26 am alO
Chicago Limited a 7:60 pm a 8
Minn. A St. Paul Ex....b 7:26 am blO
Minn. A St. Paul Ltd. ..a 7:60 pm a 8
Chicago at Nortaweatera.
Local Chicago all :30 am
Fast Mall a 8:23 pm
Daylight 61. Paul a 7:60 am
Daylight Chicago a 8:u0 am
Limited Chicago a 8.38 pin
Local Carroll a 4 so pm
. a iz,ii m fi vm rim
Local Sioux C. St. P. a 3:60 pm I
Norfolk A Boneateel
Lincoln A Long Pin
Deadwood A Llnooln
.a b:60 pm
,. 1:40 am
,.t 7:10 am
,. 2:60 pm
..a $.60 pm
b 3. Ml pm
De M. A Okobojl Ex.. .a 7:65 am
St. Louis Expres a 1:00 am
E C4k St. L Ex all:16 pm
Chleaga Graat Waer.
SL Paul A Minn a 6 80 pm
St Paul A Minn a 7:46 am
Chicago Limited a i:iw pm
Chicago txpre . am
BURLINGTOSI 8TATIOJI-10TH A MASON
Denver A California a 4:10 pra
Northwest Exprea ....all .10 pm
Nebraka poiiu a 8 60 am
Lincoln Fast Mall.......b 1 67 pm
Ft. Crook 4k Plaltarr.'th.b 3:68 pm
Bellevue A Plattaiu ta..a 7:60 pm
Bellevu A Pc June. ..a 8.30 am
Bellevue A Pac. Junc....al3.14 pm
Denver Limited ",i'""
Chicago Special a 7 A am
Chicago Expres a 4.00 pm
Chicago Flyer a 8:o6 pm
St. Louie Exprea a 4:4 pm
Kanaaa City A at. Joe..al0:46 pm
Kansas City St. Jo..a t.ii am
KaiiSM City h Jve.. 8.4$ pm
a 3.80 pra
a 8:08 pra
a 7 .40 pm
alv 86 am
b 8:. im
a 7:10 am
a 8:66 pni
a 7.36 pm
all Jo am
a 8:46 am
a $.ut pia
RAILWAY TIME CARD
WEBSTER DEPOT 1STH ft WEBSTER
Nebraska Ixoai. via I -ear. Arrive.
Weeping Water b 3.60 pm bll.80 pm
Chicago, St. l-aal, MlaBeapolla A
Omaaa. V I
Twin City Passenger. ..b 6:80 am b 1:19 pm J
Sioux City Passenger... :00 pm all am f
Oakland Local b 6:46 tra b 8.10 am
a dally, b dally except Sunday, d dally
xcept Saturday, dally except Monday.
ANCHOR LINE V. . MAIL 8TBAMEM.
K'BW YORK, LONDONDERRY AND OLAIOOW.
NSW YORK. OIBRALTKR ANT MAPLCS.
uperlnr af-emmrwlatlon. Kirltni ralxln. Ta
Comfort of Paerrrt Carefully t'ont6.re. glnsla
er Round Trip Tlrkets ih,H betwrni Nw Tori
nd fVotch. Engll.h. Irish and all r-rlmlpal ton
tln.ntal potnti at ftltrartiy rata, send tor Book
of Tonra. For tlrketa or cnral Information apply
tn any local agent of tha Anchor Llna or te
HKNUER.HON BKOR, Ocnaral Aaenta. ChKwse, Hi.
French Line, New York to Farts, Rlx Day
.Sailing Every Thursday at 10 a. m.
La Touralna Aug. II. Ia Bavolo Kept, tl
La Lorraine Sept. t. La Tnuralne 6.pt. 2g
La BreUgse Sept. 14. La Lorralna Oct. 8.
Na. mod. to, gissstla iwla-atraw aa aipr-aa
etaajaara; naval alBoara' maa-af-war dtacipllaa.
Compear'! vtatiktilad tralas, 1U fro-P.rta, 4 koora,
pruttaalonal orchaalra aa hoard twta-aeraw IIM.tr,
Harry g. atoor-a. Ag.ot Wabaak R. R , 1401 f oraaai
ttraet. Loala Naaaa. care flrat National Baas. C.
A Rutharlord. Agant C. R. L A P. A A. IUI
ramam Straau O. K. Ahkott, Agant VaRa Paella
RULES VETSMUST OBSERVE
Order Issued by Commander Ball t
Apply tor Rennlon at
The tenth annual reunion of the Pmigla,
County Ex-Soldiers' and Sailors' associa
tion will be held at Bennington, beginning
Wednesday and lasting until Friday.
The camp will be known a Camp J. B.
McPherson. In honor of Oeneral McPherson
who was killed In front of Atlanta In July.
1S64. while reconnoltering on the skirmish
Captain B. R. Ball, president of the as
socalatlon will be In charge of the camp
and ha Issued the following rule:
Every ex-soldier and sailor of Douglas
county Is expected to be there.
No foraging will be permitted except
under general orders.
Tent, fuel, hay and water will be free.
Every old soldier and sailor will be given
ten minute to tell how he put down the
rebellion, and he la expected to stick closely
to the truth, or at least a closely aa an
elastic Imagination of forty year will
permit. There will be several Johnny Reb
present to tell why they didn't want the
rebellion put down and to help the other
fellows tell the truth.
Every old vet I expected to tell at least
one new story or be fined. All stories told
within the past three year are barred.
There will be a sham battle every after
noon. The fare for the round trip will be one full
fare and one-third.
Bring your blanket and a canteen the
latter for water only.
There will be no restriction upon the truth
telling liberties of the W. R. C. and ladles
of the G. A. R.
Every old soldier is expected to bring
hi family with him or furnish a good and
sufficient excuse to the commanding officer.
ONLY ONE DELEGATE TO GO
City Engineer Will Represent City at
Toledo at III Own
Indications; at the, qlty hall ar that .cUx .
Engineer Rosewater will bo the only repre
sentative from Omaha at the convention
of the League of American Municipalities
In Toledo, which begins Wednesday and
lasts till Friday. He will pay his own
expenses and Is going principally to read
a paper on asphalt before the convention
and to gather statistic relative to different
branches of public work. A the result of
the controversy over allowing $300 for the
three delegates, Omaha, accordingly, drop
out a a bidder for the 1906 convention.
Mr. Rosewater Intends to return from
Toledo charged with statistic to prove that
Omaha and Its cltliens are paying excess
prices for street cleaning and garbage
hauling and disposal. He also intends to
further attack the Incessant sprinkling of
downtown asphalt during the summer, and
to be In a position to back up hi state
ments that this .rprinkllng. as carried on
In Omaha, destroy the paving rapidly and
I an expensive luxury.
The engineer make the charge that
tha flushing of street a carried out here
cost from $25 to $35 a mile, whereas It
could be don better with street flushing
wagons at a cost of about $10 a mile. Be
side thl he contend that th turning of
a powerful stream on paving of any kind
ha an Injurious affect and ahould be dis
continued for this reason If for no other.
LIST OF MIN0R CANDIDATES
Corrected Roll of Name af Aspirant
for Jaetlce, Constable gat
Owing to a mixture of name of candi
date for Justice of the peace and con
stable, Th Bee herewith reprint th cor
rected lists of candidate for Justice of th
peace and constable In Omaha and South
Omaha, also the final list of candidate
for road overseer In the county districts:
Justice of th Peace.
Omaha Ben S. Anderson, C. M. Bach
man, W. W. Eastman, C. E. Fields, William
A Foster, Etoen K. Long, 8. F. Moore,
Tremont W. Rlckel, A. N. Yost. William
Altstadt, Arthur B. Baldwin, C. H. Kubat,
George E. Cockrell, all republican. T. O.
South Omaha P. C. Caldwell, Ed Kaln,
Jacob Levy, democrat.
A. R. Hansel, Charle W. King, Fred W.
McGinn!, Jamea T. Wlckeraham, E. D.
Simpson, Paul Stein, O. W. Church, Jame
J. Casey, James J. Nellsen.
Republican Elkhorn, C. V. Bhumaker;
Florence, Bradford Rltter; JefTeron, Her
man Penke, No. X; MoArdle, Eggert Otte,
No. 1; Millard George Tallon, No. $; Water
loo, W. H. Brown. No. 1; Douglas, Olof
Olon, No. $; Platte Valley, William Petr
on, No. 1; O. H. Parson, No. 8.
Democrats East Omaha. Clau Neelsen;
Dundee, Martin Tlbke; Benson. A. Mayer;
McArdle, Peter Kamhlnsend; Platte Valley,
Refoae Drink front Can;.
The refuaal of one friend to drink beep
from the ran of another la aald to hav
cauaed a small riot near Second and Wil
liam streets Saturday evening. Th result
of the fight is that Mrs. Mary Vaverka, on
behalf of her brother, Joe Kochar, one of
the combatant, ha charged Georg SIdel
with disturbing the peace, which complaint
against SIdel lias bean filed In police court.
Kochar Is said to have had a can of beer
and to have offered th same to SIdel. who
Is reported to hsve told Kochar he would
not drink out of a can, which ultimatum
Price of Uoed Hat.
It will cost Paddy Kelley thirty days'
retirement for taking tha hat of Frank
Patterson from hia head and then cruahing
the headpiece on the ground beneath hit
feet. Kelley a standing at police head qua r
tera haa not been of the beat the laat sll
months, this last offense being the el rev
that made patience ceaee IB M TirtaX .
with th touee aaagta irate. . v;
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