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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1903.
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Fall Term September 4. day and night
.Business. Shorthand, Type writing. Teleg
raphy, Normal and English. All summer
sessions. Catalogue free. Address H. B.
Boyles, Pres., Boyle Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
CTf WRQ Replated. Omaha Plating Co
JIUVCJ Harney SU Tel. aV36.
CITT SAVINGS BANK par P" ent
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. 3530.
v . r am
ANTI-Monopoly Oarbags Co., 621 N. 16th.
Tel. 1779. H S17
CITY STU AM
211 S. 1Kb Bt.
tfL'T RATE railway ticket everywhere.
1'. It. Phil bin, um ia.ma.nx. fnono im.
fPVC Rubber Stampea-nd stencils. Nov.
M-IS jifg. Co., 312 6. 12th St. Tel. 171.
Q.MAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
safe. G. Andreen,. prop.. 102 8. lOtli St.
t ' R-S20
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
ion ana brass castings. et'2 Jackson. Tel.
SIGN PAINTING, S. H. Cole, 1302 Doaglaa.
i R 3:4
SAD IRONS replated, 20c; three for 50o.
. Omaha Plating Co., 1608 Harney. Tel. 2..3S.
Luiiomun Hemn bomb Htu.
Sunn, 61s Paxton block.; 'Phone 1672. Also
unee million common builders' brick.
A ail 42 A2S
CHATELAINE SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
PPPNTH GERMAN, BPANIBH.
rrcnvrixavldge Bldg., loth A Farnam
FURNACE AND STOVE REPAIRS.
During August we examine furnaces, hot
water and stearr. plants free of charge.
We clean, remount and supply all parts,
usbestos pipe covering, hot water attach
ments. Visit our model repair house, new
location, 12u6-12l Douglas. Tel. 860.
Oil All A BTOVE REPAIR WORKS
CHICAGO tailor, ladles' and gentlemen's
high class work. Tel. 3611. 212HH Farnam.
. ... R M976 S12
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
"V t '
13,300 Royal Tourist, with top com
plete equipment, 16 h. p., almost
new ' ...Sl.eOO
1,000 Four-Cylinder Wlnton, side en
trance, 1HU6, 86 h. p., new 2,280
2.50S Two-Cylinder Wlnton, new, car
ried over from last year L760
2,300 White Steamer, top, basket.
four lamps, first class shape 1,299
1,000 Shelby, 2 or 4-passenger, full
equipment, new, 12 h. p. 754
SjO Afodel A, Cadillac removable ton
neau, aecoucMtand, good ahape.. 400
1,000 National Electric, with top,
slightly used , 250
750 Bteam Locomobile, second-hand,
good shape .;. 206
7S0 Model E Rambler,: second-hand,
good shape . , 325
. 700 Pope '1 rlbune, 2-pasaenger, al
most new, first class ahape S90
' 425 Orient Buckboard, ..new, 2-paa-
sengcr (ran be run up the hills).. 825
All models of 1906 Cadlllaos In stock.
H. E. KREDRlCKSON,
16th and Capitol Ave. The Old Stand.
Q M 642 25
STEAM FITTINGS FOK SALE
If you want a bargain in steam fittings call
and loo over uiu lolioaiug supplies:
1 6-inch Austin horlxonlal aeparaior.
1.6-tncti Austin's Horizontal separator.
1.4-lnch Auatm a Vertical aeparaior.
V.'-eae have been taken out on account of
mangos in our aleani plant and aie in
aved conultlon. Address: Bee Building
Co., or see W. H. Bridges, engineer, bee
Bldg., Omaha. W-632
FOR BALE, new and second-hand billiard
and poof tables, bar tixluiwe of all kinds'
easy payments. Bend for catalogue!
lirunswlck-Balke-Colleuder, 4v7 S. lutn Bt.
Omaha. . y -37 '
COMPLETE line new and 2d-hand furni
ture. Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodaa.
Tel. 2UM. Q lie
ID-HAND safe cheap,
Derlght, 1118 Far
GOOD HOUSE FURNISHINGS at the low
esc -possible prices. The largest slock In
Omaha. Terms: IS worth, II a week
OMAHA FURNITURE A CARPET CO.
Between 12th and 13th on Farnam
1 " 1 , 1
J BUlligood runabout automobile, guar
anteed lu good running order; original
voat Ui-, Address 1402 Harney Bt.
BHEKWIN-WlLLlAMa CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT, Bheriuan Mctonueil Drug Co..
Omaha. . Q 321
CHEAP chicken ftnee, long fir Umbers and
telephone poles, sol Douglas. Q &a
PULLEYa AND COUNTERSHAFTS" AT A
to pulleys, from 6 Inches to 41 inches In
diameter; 1 counter shafts, complete.
These are ail in nrat-class condition. W
ii. Bridges, .engineer, iiee Bldg.
FOR SALE, several scholarships In a first
class standard school in Oinana, compris
ing complete course in business, snort-
. liaiid and typewrlliug. luquire at Be
ortlce. Q (kii
MILCH COWS on easy terms.
FOR WALE Two life scholarships en
Omaha Dusineoa colleges. Add. -as
D wig lit Williams, Ouiaiia Bee, Omaha,
1 OK SALE, about 60 feet ornamental gal.
vanlxed Iron cornice and ornamental
iron posta suitable for ahow window. Ap
ply superintendent Bee building
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Leaving city .and will sell all the furnl
ture of seven-room house, including rugs, a
nne Hamilton piano, rmoy carriage, etc.
V.U11 si once, sois itvtawuna ri.
FOR SALE At once. 100 school desks and
tables, five bank counters, oak, and other
furniture, omajia LXininierclal t'oiiege,
17th and Douglas Sts. y M616 'Ji
FOR SALE CHEAP A second-hand paper
cutter. Would be serviceable for lob
rrln(er, candy maker or grocer. Address
nee omce. Mtl4 2x
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Bet ween 6lb floor, Brown block, on
lot h and Douglas sts., and J. K Jacob
ton a. Arlington block, 1611 Dodge at., a
gold knot brom-h, of no value except to
the owner; family heirloom. Will tinder
leave at Jacobson'a, 1511 Dodge St., and
get reward. Lost M346 26
LOST I-ady's gold watch near 2Mb and
Ouk Bis. 16 00 reward if returned to Pru
dential Life Insurance office, 116 N. Y. Life
Bldg. 1 Losl-MSU 27 x
FOUND Gold fob charm. Owner apply
to Brown A Borshelm. Lost M62u 25
STRAYED or stolen, one bay mare, weight
. about 1,10ft,. white streak on nose, had on
new halter and small rope attached.
Ayjohtsaon. Hi Ko. ZUl Bt, . Lumtr-iM
WANTED MALE HELP
OMAHA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
Opens September 4 In new building.
Nineteenth and Farnam. All buKlness
branches. Shorthand. Typewriting, Tele
graphy, Pen Art, Cartooning. Night echol
starts now. Write for catalogue. Address
WANTEI FOR U. 8. ARMT. abe-bodled
unmarried men, between ages of 21 and
36. cltlrens of United States, of g'Kd
character and temperate habits, who
read and speak English. For further In
formation apply to Recruiting Officer,
13th and Douglas Sts.. Omaha; Lincoln.
Neb., or Bioux Cltv. la. B 7J
High grade positions obtainable with us.
Write for booklet.
THE WESTERN HEFERENCE A BOND
Dcp't B, S40-841-M2 N. Y. Life Building.
B 634 24
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-338
THREE men of good appearance; steady
employment. C. F. Adams Co., 1619 Howard
WANTED Men and boys to learn plumb
ing trade. Cannot supply demand .for
giaduates; 14 to 15 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., Bt. Louis, Mee-
WANTED Men with teams; steady work.
Apply at Johnson Bros.' Transfer Co., 1106
Farnam. B MSM
DRUG stores bought and sold. Drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Knlest. 624 N. Y. L.
WANTED Agents to sell only article of
Its kind In the world; patented; big profit.
Call at houseboat, foot Douglas.
B M23C 26x
WANTED Carpenters. Address, Claus
Blange, contractor, Yutan, Neb.
B M260 27x
THREE bright, active men capable of
earning 135 weekly for traveling position.
Apply after 10 a. rn. and 4 p. m. Manager,
600 Ware block. B M2S5
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Few weeks completes. Positions guar
anteed. Top wages to graduates. Can
earn expenses before finishing. Call or
write; Moler Barber college, 1)16 Farnam
St. B M406 26x
WANTED A good harnessmaker to take
charge 01 my harness shop; uerman or
Bohemian preferred; no drunkard need
apply. Joseph Kunce, MUllgan, Neb.
WANTED General agent for Nebraska
and Iowa, druggist preferred; win make
a good contract with right party; i3U0
required. Address 211, Bee.
WANTED First-clnss white porter for sa
loon. 723 Bouth th. a-Si
WANTED Two gentlemen of good address
for special organization work in city and
country. Call second floor Ware Block.
B MG36 27
WANTED Two specialty salesmen. Call
second floor ware Block. B-MMi u
Men and hovs wanted to learn plumbing
trade; great demand for graduates; 24 to
to day; many complete course two months;
?raduate8 admitted to union and Master
lumbers' association. Coyne Bros. Co.
Plumhlng Schools, New York, Cincinnati
and St. Louis. (Day and night classes.)
For free catalogue address 239 10th Ave.,
New York. B
WANTED FEMALE HELP
to working girls. Canadian office. 15th and
uooga c 043
tO GIRL8.. Experience not necessary; work-
looiiis cool, wen venuiaieu. xemis omana
Bag Co. C M190
WANTED Girl to do ordinary house work,
so.uu per week. 412V uavenport. ane
Dundee, car. C 322
LADIES We teach halrdresslng, manlcur
. lng, facial massage, chiropody or electro
lysis In a few weeks. Constant practice,
expert instructions. Splendid demand,
little expenses. Call or write. Molar col
lege, 11H Farnam St. C M406 26x
WANTED Competent nurse
family. 1117 B. uoth Ave.
WANTED First-class bookbinders . and
girls for folding. A. L Root, Inc., 1210
Howard St. C-671
GOOD home for refined high school girl,
age la years; wining to work. Phone
Ash-62561. U-668 20 X
WANTED Girls for catalogue work. Ap
ply at clothing department, Hayden Bros.
WANTED A cook at 102 N.
C 607 28x
S. 29th St.
nrst-class girl for general
Mrs. Ed. B. Williams, 622
WANTED Experienced second girl. Mrs.
Wllhelm, corner 38th Ave. ana Farnam.
WANTED Experienced cloak and suit
salesladies; good salary to right partus;
none but experienced persons need
answer. Address No. 210. . C M615
GIRLS wanted. Bluff City Laundry. Coun
cil Bluffs. C-M622
GOOD girl for general housework, must
be neat and clean; $6 per week. 1.112
Park Ave. C 629
GOOD girl for general housework; small
family; no washing; $5 per week. 102
So. 36th. ' C 631
WANTED Girl far general housework;
small family; good wages. Call 2,'f Dodge.
WANTED Good cook at 8620 Farnam St.;
good wages, C M645 26x
IF YOU wish to buy or sell a business or
real estate, consult U. S. Sales Bureau,
634 and 636 Bee Bldg. Y 244
IF YOU want to buy, sell, rent or exohange
real estate or business QUICK see Comp-ton-Watts
Co., 636 Paxton Blk. Y Mo
PARTY owning a large and rapidly growing
business of M years standing In tula city
desires to place some of his stock on guar
antee of 7 per cent dividend per annum,
payable semi-annually. - Address Iu9 Bee.
1S-ROOM boarding house for sale; desirable
lucation. Address 130, care Bee.
DENTAL OFFICE and fixtures for sale or
rent before September 1; established prac
tice. Address Dr. B. W. Fisher, Chlcka
Bha. I. T. Y-281 27x
WE have run two of the most successful
general stores In southeastern Neb. for
several years, with slocks staple, clean
and well kept In fact, the largest stores
and sales In either town, with liberal
profits. After, a recent sickness of 90
dnys ana other ousmess plans, we will
sell either or both stores for cash, or
not over H cttsb, bal. clear Neb. land
Blocks will invoice about tl2,0o0 each.
These are safe, well paying investments
for live business man. Address 136, Bee.
BOARDING house at a bargain, IS rooms
close in. Owner leaving city. 611 N. ISth.
FOR SALE Stock, hardware and Imple
ments, trade established. Also residence
In good town, best of territory N r
Nebraska. Investment about 26,0Ofl. Ad
dress n nee. i M688 31
FOR SALE One fine 8-chair barber shop,
two tine bath rooms: a good business;
prices 15c and up. Address J. A. Palmer
217 W. 17th St.. Cheyenne, Wvo.
Y M594 26x
A 13 000 stock of general merchandise and
fixtures for sale for 11.200 If takeu at once.
Ioing gHd business. John t'alsen.
Washta, la. Y M618 30
WANTED At once, a practical business
man with 13.0iXi to 16.000 to take an inter
est In a large manufacturing and whole
sale business: extra large profit; our
goods in great demand; party to locate in
Omaha or Minneapolis. 2i7 rare Bee
FOPf SALE OR RENT Only newspaper. In
one of the best small towns of N-hraxkn;
a good tiling for a good man. Address nx
Your Waoi Ad
Bee Want Ads
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
BOTD'S THEATER BUILDING,
WILL BEGIN FALL TERM
MONDAY, SEPT. 4TH, 1905
Call and get full particulars.
ROYAL HOTEL. European. 18th ft Chicago.
DEWET European hotel, 13th A Farna n.
VIENNA Hotel; private dining roomscaf.
WE FURNISH ROOMS In the lastest style,
on the shortest notice, at prices 25 per
cent below Installment stores. Our terms;
I2G.O0 worth, ll.oo rwr week.
OMAHA FURNITURE & CARPET CO.,
Between 12th and ISth on Farnam.
E 623 24
ROOMS and good board. 15 per week and
up. Call 1617 Chicago 6 E 351
$1 00 to 12.00 per week. 422 8. 18th St., one
block south of court house. L 364
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
LARGE room, with alcove, for two gentle
inem Modern. 116 No. 25th. E 266B3t
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
broad verandas, ample -lawns, stately
trees, rustic seats; home cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F 355
FURNISHED rooms, modern; first-class
board; close In. 620 S. 19th. F M847 31
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
t ROOMS, modern, no children. 2408 Cass.
PLEASANT rooms and excellent table.
8004 Farnam St. 'Phone Black 4xm.
F M503 2bx
tWO nicely furnished rooms with or with
out board, or for light housekeeping; mod
ern bouse. 2215 California. F 569 24x
SUITES of rooms, also single rooms with
board, can be had at 1044 So. 29th St.; be
tween now and Sept. 1. 'Phone 2S91.
F 632 27
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney St.. nicely fur
nished rooms, with good board; rates rea
sonable. F 490 S15x
FOR RENT HOUSES
HOUSES1?' ?u rU or th8
nUUJCJc. Peiera & Co, Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van St Storage Co. pack,
move and store II. II. goods. Storehouse
1120-24 N. ISth. Office, 1611! Farnam,
Tel 1669. D 367
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. 149. Office. 1718 Webster St,
HOI ISPSln aU Prts Of the city. Thi
nUUJCJo. F. Davis Co., 608 Bee Bldg
HOUSES, Insurance, Ring wait. Barker Blk.
FOR RENT 7-room house, alt modern;
choice neighborhood, 2123 California St.,
130. Apply at 07 N. 19th St. D M430
FOR RENT Nice ten-room house; all mod
ern; close to business and good neighbor
hood; possession Aug. 1. 631 S. 26ln Ave,
Inquire 119 S. 26th Bt. Rent reasonable.
D lol '
IF YOU COMPARE OUR PRICES with
installment nouses, you win find we are
at least 26 per cent cheaper and our goods
are very much better. Our terms are:
.u.w nvi lit. ,i.w y 1 .
OMAHA FURNITURE A CARPET CO.,
between uiu ana ma on rarnam.
ROOMS, houses, stores. Tlzard, 220 N. 23d.
FOR RENT 10-room modern house, 919
and 2921 Mason Bt. Inquire F. P. Klrkon
dall & Co., 1118 Harney St. D 611
Piano moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. 1623, Schmoller & Mueller.
2614 St, Mary's Ave., modern; 140.
TO LET Flve-.-oom strictly modern, steam-
L. . . .4 .nortmant In I ho Mamltlon .....,
ments, 24th and Farnam Bts. W. Farnam
Smith & Co., agents, 1320 Farnam Bt.
FURNISHED house for rent, September
and October; all modern; near "The Wi
nona;" references required. Address Box
146, care Bee. D 267 26x
SEPT. 18 rooms and bath, hot water heat,
sleeel range; owner pays water rent; first
class tenant may apply; rent. 130. 812
North 33d, Inquire in rear.
D M348 27x
1007 No. 29th St., 7 rooms, all modern,. 1
block to car. 120.
2122 Ohio St., 8 rooms, modern except fur
nace, 2 blocks to car. 120.
Turklngton, 6o2 Bee..
D 663 24
I ROOM HOUSE, electrio lights, 8 blocks
to car. 2467 Grand Av. D M5&2 27
7-ROOM house, modern.
1314 Bo. 27th.
809 N. 2BTH ST. Three floors, newly
papered, 136. Owner pays water; good
party desires unfurnished floor, gets meals
outside. H. A. Doud, 228 P. O. Bldg.
D M636 25x
TEN-R. house, modern, 130; 8-R., 13; 11-R.,
"; 11-R., 125. Anson & Co., 408 Paxton
Block. D M639 27x
MODERN brick residence, West Farnam
Ten-room modern brick house, 2oth and
Burdette Sts 10
Modern 7-room flat, 8. lfith St 20
THOMAS BRENNAN. R. 1. N. Y. Life.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-STORY and basement. 1003 Far
nam; elevator. 814 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
small office, which rents for llo.uu per
month. Price Includes heat, light, water
and janitor service. It Is located on the
fourth floor of The Bee building and Is
lust the thing for any one wanting a nice
little office in the best office building in
town. R. C. Peters & Co., rental agents,
ground floor, Bee Bldg. 1771
BUILDING, 916 FAR
This building Is 22x66 feet, four stories
and basement. The basemen is
fee., is cemented- The celling over me
basement lias a brick vault and iron beam
Construction, making the basement fire
proof. The hi si lloor has a marble floor in
front and granolithic floor In rear. There
U a large burglar-proof vault and a power
elevator. The upper floors have windows
on three sides.
Address The Bee Building Co., C. C.
Ro water. Secretary, room luO Bee Bldg.
IF- you apply at once we can give any one
desiring a large office space almost any
arrungemeni they desire. This spue is
on lh sixth flour of The Bee building,
with north light, R. C. peters & Co.,
rental agents, ground floor, bee Bldg.
H. A. STl'RGKS, regUterec attorney ; pat
ents, tradt luaik. copr;b!its: no fee un
' auctcsslui. 617 Y. Life, Omaha.
do the business A trial
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
W. H. THOMAS
Loans Money on
Loans for Building Purposes
W. H. THOMAS
First National Bank Building.
GEORGE G. WALLACE
311-313 J. J. Brown Block.
CCHn full lot, 4-room cottage, barn cost
iPJJJ mg (U60, fruit, Clifton hill neigh
hond. 800 2411 N' 28,h B"room8' clty water-
CI OfT Blondo, 6-rooms, city water,
,Tl,ZUU rents for 112.
SCI Cn4142 Grant, nice lot, 6-room cottage.
ffH,7JV aewer, n "beautiful Clifton hill."
$1 400 4235 Corby Btreet. good house, two
1 AHf, Klce -room home, full lot, city
ffl,UAJ water, block from car, Walnut
hill A bargain.
1 OHO 8-room house, corner lot, conven
i7l,OU lences, near 27th and Grant.
0 Cnn Nice; new, modern home, near
tfJVAS 24th and Ames.
600 Worth -ow new' i"odern. large
WALLACE, BROWN BLOCK.
RE 674 24
THE MIDLAND GUARANTEE TRUST
COMPANY'S abstracts of title are the
best. Our customers are protected D'
110,000 surety bond against loss by errors.
When you buy or sell real estate, demand
a "Midland" abstract. 1614 Farnam Bt,,
N. Y. Life Bldg. N. P. PODGE, JR,
PRESIDENT. RE M523
FOR SALE Beautiful 12-room home near
West 40th St. Address 120, care Bee.
CSAS- Williamson Co."-
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail
BURGESS -GRANDEN CO.,
F. M. RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.,
813 South 16th Bt, . Telephone 681.
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten years' time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. R., Omaha, Neb.. Dept. "A."
132x132 feet (corner). In wholesale district;
can sell very cheap.
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg. RE 218
WRITE for Illustrated pamphlet describ
ing two ranches In the corn and alfalfa
belt, Willis Cudwli .Broken Bow, Neb.
DO IT NOW-Get a, fine lot In West Far
nam district for a home. Address 167 Bee.
t - i.- - RE-M557 31.
FOR SALE A, good hutcher shop In town
nt sll inhiihlfnnts4 A new residence and
barn go with it. This' la a snap and you
better look it up at once. Address C. M.
Rowland, Agent, Avoco, Neb.
R. E M584 27x
FOR SALE FARMS
FIFTY good Improved farms from 160 to 640
acres In Roone and Nance counties. Neb.
Favorable terms. For particulars call on
or write to GEORGE & CO., 1601 Farnam
St., Omaha. M424 A-29
This agricultural weekly goes to 80,000
homes of farmers and stock raisers, so If
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will find a buyer
among them. The cost of an advertisement
Is small 2 cents per word In small type, or
12.80 per Inch If set in large type.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
loans and warrants. W.
ft 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
farms in eastern Neb. Bemls, Paxton Blk.
BUILDING loans on residence property; (
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Block.
W 877 -
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1620 Douglas.
11,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha. Lowest rates. No
delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1. N. Y. Llf a
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters st Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W. 11.
Thomas, 1st Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
LOANS on Omaha Improved property, or
to build with; can pay It 4ack In monthly
payments. Hastings i Heyden, 16094 Far
nam Bt W 378
Palmist M ME B U D D H A Clairvoyant
lOi a I cj v ci Aid o. luin, uusmiii. re-
sultful predictions guaranteed. 8834
WONDERFUL TRIAL READING
Send dime, stamped envelope, own writing,
birth date. Dr. J. Lester, drawer 84, Bt.
Louis, Mo., and receive a
WONDERFUL TRANCE READING
8 M641 29x
MORAND'S classes for adults, 16th and
Harney, reopens on Friday, September
1, 8 p m. Buy your ticket on or before
opening night and save 1200 from reg
ular price. Open all day. Students from
the colleges and high school pupils half
pnee. Tel lull. M2S2 31
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow
Church Co., main fl., N. Y. Life. 'Phone 131
J. M. Macfarland, 804 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. 1651
Johnson Institute, 616 N.Y. Life bldg. Tel 1664
MRS JOHN R. MI SICK.. Osteopathy Phy.
slclan; office. Neville Blk. Tel. 221.
EDWARD NORMAN KENT, teacher of
"The Art of Singing." Vocal studios,
Wii'ali building, lsxa and liaruay- .
, - - a43i
in The Bee will reach a
better class o f readers
and more of them.
tRY KELLEY'S LAUNDRY. 'PHONE V JO.
I'RIVATE home during confinement: ba
bies adopted The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium. 728 First Ave.. Council Bluffs. Ia.
Tel., 774. U-2
PHONE 701 and a man will call and tune
your piano, 12. Perfleld Piano Co., 16U
F.irnam. U 191
MAfiNFT.rtrtrnerit baths Mme.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths. 720 8. 13th-
ACCORDION and SUNBURST
PLEATING. RUCHING, BUTTONS
Bend for price list and samples.
THE GOLDMAN PLEATING CO
t00 DOUGLAS BLOCK. TEL. 19M
, U 393
FACTORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest rates for reliable service. Tel. 1626.
Bebmoller & Mueller, piano makers.
IF YOU INTEND to furnish a house or
flat, secure our prices. You can save 25
per cent If you buy them here. Terms:
125 00 worth, 11.00 a week.
OMAHA FURNITURE & CARPET CO
Between 12th and 13th on Farnam.
U 624 24
LARSON & JOHNSON-Cut rates to all
points. 1406 Farnam. Tel. 1936. Member
American Ticket Brokers' association.
Pianos delivered at once, 11.00 weekly. All
music lessons free. JOIN NOW. Perfleld
Piano Co... 1611 Farnam St. U-682
THE Salvation Arr.iy
lng; In fact, anyth
solicits cast-off cloth-
i o ...... An nnl need!
we collect, repair and sell, at 114 in. inn
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4136 and wagon will call.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gardell,
2216 Charles. Tel. 6311. U S96
WE RENT sewing machines, 76o week. We
repair all makes of machines; second
hand machines, 16 to 110. Neb. Cycle Co.,
Tel. 1663. Cor. 16th and Harney. U 397
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Blk.
specialist in chronic dis
eases, 418 N. Y. Life Bldg. Consultation
DR. ROY. Chiropody, R. 2 & 3, 1606 Farnam.
WANTED To know the address of a Mrs.
Reed, a widow woman, who employed on
her farm In Nebraska a William York,
who had been a soldier In the Mexican
and civil wars and lost his wife in Ne
braska, or address of Mrs. Reed's chil
dren; also address of Mr. Earl, a brother-in-law
of William York. Any Information
will be rewarded. Catherine York, Mingo,
Iowa. Box 106. U MR38 2Cx
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 to thou
sands after everything else failed; highly
r-comniended by all that have used them.
By mall. 12. Dr. G. G. Raymond Remedy
Co., room 36. 84 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stump. Dr. Pries, 1611ft Dodge St.,
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
mes; never tans; u postpaid, snerman at
DRUNKENNESS AND DRUG HABITS
CURED to st ly cured In the shortest length
of time under a positive guarantee. For
full particulars write the
Ensor Remedy Co., South Omaha, Neb.
Incorporated In 1892.
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no Injec
tions; call or write for booklet. Quick
Cure Rupture Co.. 611 W. O. W. Bldg,
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Is loaned un 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
ever borrow money.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
306 So. 16th Bt. Tel. 2296.
119 Board of Trade Bldg.
WHERE You get it on
Furniture, Pianos, Horses,
Wagons, Cows, Salaries, eta,
WHERE You get it on short notice.
WHERE You get low rales and easy
WHERE Confidential and courteous
dealings bring you oaok.
WHERE Can you do better ?
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Top floor. 63 PAXTON BLK.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. STAR
LOAN CO.. 644 PAXTON BLK. X 413
CHATTEL, salary and jewelry loans. Foley
i nan i . io04 Farnam St, V .14
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accomodat
ing; all buslnesa confidential. 1301 Jouglaa
on furniture, salary.
horses, etc; nan usual raiea. jjr. frtDe
now, room 214, at 2v9 S. 16th St, TeL B2K64.
BOWEN'S MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, noises, cows, fiain note if
steadily employed. 703 N. Y. Life.
MONEY loaned on salary, furniture. Jew
elry, horses. Duff Green Loan Co., 8
Barker Blk. X 410
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc C. F. Reed, 319 S 11
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security; easy payments. Offices
In 63 principal cities. Tolman, room 714.
New York Lite Bldg. X-408
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
tnd held In strict confidence. Union Loan
and Investment Co, 212 Bee. Tel. 2904
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
WILL sacrifice new style high grade bike
surrey and runabout, with wire wheels,
ball bearings and cushion tires. A big
snap for someone. Johnson sc Danforth,
S. W. cor. 10th and Jones Sta P 60O
WANTED Steady position by linotype
machinist operator; experienced; good
average speed; abstainer; married; refer
ences. H. A. Hull, 1040 Peach St . t in
coin. Neb. A M596 2Cx
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED One double and one single room,
with board, by three gentlemen; must be
In strictly private family; give rates and
location. Address U fit. K-t64ii 27
GOLDMAN Pleating Co., 800 Douglas Blk.
IN FAMILIES, Miss Sturdy.
MRS. R. A. KELLER. Ill N. mh. "phone
2;32, will make special reductions for the
next 80 days In the making of new "three
piece suits." First-class work guaranteed,
VF.MORIAL CARDS; ar
tistic denlgns, S. E. Cor.
16th St. and Capitol Ave.
HESS A 8WOBODA, 1418 Farnam.
HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam.
IF YOU do t.ot And what you want In this
column, put an ad In and you will soon
get It. Z- toil
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Weeping Water b 8:60 pm bl2:30 pm
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Twin City Passenger. ..b 6:80 am b 8:10 pm
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a daily, b dally except Sunday, d dally
except Saturday, a dally except Monday.
ANCHOR UKI V. I. MAIL STSAatlllS.
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gupsiior accommodation. Eiosllent Oulalne. Tka
Comfort of Pawcnsara Carefully Consldarsd. Single
or Round Trip Tickets laiuad between New York
and scotch. English. Iiiih and all print Ipal con
tinental point, at attractive ratea. Band for Book
of Tours. For tlcketa or general information apply
to anr local agent ot the Anchor Line or ta
HENDERSON BROS.. General Agenta. Chicago, 111.
NINTH STREET JUST TO CROSS
Thoroaghfar Not Wanted by Bar
liaartoa Ronte for New
The Burlington's request for more track
age concessions from the city Is not ex
actly as reported, there being no apparent
desire to use Ninth street other than to
cross It by the extension of a track up the
alley between Howard and Jackson streets
to Tenth street. The road now has tracks
In the same alley east of Ninth street and
wants to push them a block further. The
purpose, according to the ordlnanoe, Is
"properly and efficiently to serve the ware
houses now existing or that may hereafter
be constructed or ereoted on either side
of the alley."
Conditions are made that the company
shall lay the tracks as directed by the city
engineer, shall pave with any material
designated between the rails and one foot
on both sides, and shall use the privilege
In such a way as to deprive the publlo as
little ss possible from the full enjoyment
of the alley and thoroughfare. The city is
to be protected from damage suits and
liabilities of all kinds.
PRISONER PINES FOR PLEDGE
Man Who Steals Typewriter
Drink Did It and Wants
"Judge, I want to take the pledge right
here and now," said A. S. Francs In police
court Thursday morning when he was ar
raigned before Acting Police Judge Foater
on a charge of petit larceny.
Francs was charged with taking a type
writer from his recent employer, C. W.
Pearsall. The prisoner made no denial of
having the maohlne but wanted to Impress
upon the court that drink caused him to
take that which did not belong to him.
Judge Foster sentenced France ten days
and said that if at the end of that time
the prisoner still wanted to have the
pledge administered he would be accojnmo
dated. Women Make Sam Complaint.
Elisabeth Hamm and Ada E. McNear are
suing their husbands, Jacob Hamm and
William E. McNear, for divorce on the
same grounds. The Hamms were married
at Marengo, la., in July. 18M), and the Vic
Near at Fnlrplay. Wis.. In April, 1886. Both
plaintiffs allege a gradual development of
habitual drunkenness that has become un
bearable and the companion falling of non
support. The two tales differ In Instance
and degree, but are alike la that plaintiffs
assert they were loag-tlme sufferers, pa
tient and true, up to a point where ga
Ueuce fteased ecUiely to be a virtue.
NO ASSESSABLE FRANCHISE
Buoa is Mommtt's Contention for Westers
Union bs Its Local Attoraej.
OFFICERS APPEAR BEFORE COUNCIL
Final Settlement of the Assessment
Matter Is Deferred, However,
t'ntll New York Is
Superintendent C. R. Horton and Ae
slstant Superintendent J. C. Nelson of the
Western Union Telegraph company ap
peared before the city council Thursday
morning In response to subpoenas direct,
lng them to answer questions bearing upon
the value of the property of the corporation
so the city may know better how to assess
the Omaha franchise for 1904 and liWi.
The first asseaments were knocked out
by the supreme court on the ground that
the method used was not constitutional.
A subpoena for Local Manager Vmsted
was not served because he Is not In the
city. Attorneys W. W. Morsmgn and F.
A. Brogan appeared to see the Western
Union didn't get the worst of .It.
Mnst Conanlt New York.
After a conference with witnesses and
lawyers City Attorney Breen and As
slstant Attorney Ellick announced that
the witnesses did not have the Information
they proposed to aeek and that on some
points the officers would not talk until
they had conferred with higher authorities
In New York. As the city attorney ln
tends to go to Oregon Sunday for a
week. It was agreed to postpone the hesr
lng until two weeks from next Tuesday
"W want It understood that we don't
waive anything by this appearance." said
Attorney Morsman. "We contend that we
have no franchise assessable In Omaha."
The Information the city attorneys want
Is concerning the number of messages
sent, profits, stocks and bonds and the
division of the property Into cable and
other lines, also the length of pole lines
In Omaha, In order that the total fran
chise value In the United States repre
sented by the value of the stocks and
bonds minus tangible property may be
prorated and ascertained. Tkts wss the
procedure used In a successful Massachu
ALTAR INSTEAD OF COURT BAR
Cvpld Softens Heart .of Man Whom
Fiancee Tried to Shoot
William Jones, colored, left the police
court room Thursday morning arm In arm
with Lucy Johnson, the woman he refused
to prosecute on a charge of taking two
shots at him Tuesday evening. One of the
shots graced Jones' breast. As Jones would
not prosecute. Miss Johnson was dis
charged. Miss Johnson and Jones have been lovers
for some time, it Is stated. Miss Johnson
entered objections to Jones looking at an
other woman by shooting twice at the
man, just to remind him of his duty to
ward her. Jones bought Miss Johnson a
new bonnet Wednesday afternoon, and It
Is expected the cards will soon be out.
KING'S HIGHWAY THE LEADER
Most Popnlar Name by Lonsr Odds of
Any Offered for Ak-Sar.
"King's Highway" leads the Hat In the
postal card election being conducted by
Samson and his committee for the selection
of a name to be used for the Ak-Sar-Ben
fall street fair. The vote as It stood
Wednesday afternoon was as follows:
Streets of Cibola
ILER REFUSES TO SELL STOCK
Holds Onto Ten Thousand Dollars
of Stock In Orpheum Thea
P. E. Her says he will not sell his tlO.Oofj
worth of stock In the Crelghton Orpheum
at the price which the Orpheum Circuit
company Is offering him. He Is willing to
sell, however. If the company will meet his
figures, though what they are he Is un
willing to say.
It Is not thought that Mr. Iler's refusal
to sell will block the deal, as the Orpheum
circuit people will be content with the
lion's share of the stock, which they will
get by paying the street railway company
8176,000, If they cannot get it all. .,
BENSON DIGS WELLS TO TEST
eeka to Ascertain Whether Bar
face Sinks Will Supply
Wells are being dug and the capacity tested
by pumping at Benson, so the village board
can find out If the surface wells yield enough
water to run the proposed system of water
works for which 820,000 bonds were recently
"We don't know the results yet," said
F. A. Brogan. "The digging and testing
Is not complete. We thought It wise to
learn whether or not we had the water
supply before selling the bonds and build
ing a plant."
ALEXANDER WILL NOT TALK
Former President of Eqnltnble, on
Wny to California, Declines
to Be Interviewed.
James W. Alexander, former president
of the Equitable, with a party of ten
friends passed through Omaha on the
Union Paclflo Overland Limited Thursday
morning. He positively refused to be In
terviewed or to talk to the representative
of the press, but It was teamed from
members of his party that he Is en route
to California for a short trip.
CHILD TAKES CARBOLIC ACID
Little One Gets Hold of Poison With
out Knowledge of Any One
A 2-year-old child of R. M. Brown, a
clerk In the Union Pacific engineering de
partment, drank carbolic acid Wednesday
night and may not live. No one knew the
child had the acid until the damage was
done. The family lives at Twenty-fifth and
Killed by Kleetrle Wires.
Outside electric wires have killed 181 per.
sons in the United States during thirty
days this summer, according to statistics
compiled by City Electrician Mlchaelsen
for the Western Electricians' association
Some of the fatcllties were caused at fires
other! by trolley wires breaking and falling
on people In the street, and many to
workmen. He thinks the showing will
make a strong aigument before the asso
ciation for a uniform code of rules for
outside wiring. wttlUe fee 4a drafUng with
sitter merabei ,
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