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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEEt MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1905.
Advertisements for Ihn rolnmna
will be tlfn until 13 m. for the
Trains edition and antll P. m. for
the ornlng and gandnr edition.
Rate 1 l-2e a word rt Insertion,
Ifl a word thereafter. Nothing taken
for leaa than BOe for the Brat laeer
tloa. Theae ad verllsemeala naaat be
Advertisers, by reqoeetlne: a Bin
bered rhrrk, ran have anawera ad
dreeaed to a nnmbered letter In ear
of The Bee. Anawera ao addreaaed
will be dellrered on preaentatloa of
TlIK FALL 'ft KM OF
BOY LBS COLLEGE
la now open day and night. Yet it Is not
too late to enter. Begin now and get that
mental drill and discipline that will double
your earning capacity. Business, shorthand,
typewriting, telegraphy, normal and Eng
lish. Catalogue fife. Address H. B.
Boyles, Pies.. Boyks Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Omaha Flating Co.,
JIWVl.Ojj,;!, Harney St
CITY SAVINGS HANK paya 4 per cent.
TRY KELLY 8 TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. 3m
ANTI-Monopoly Garbage Co., 821 N. 16th.
Tel. 1779. R-929
211 8. 11th 8t.
CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Philbln, 1506 Farnam. 'Phone 784.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty ot lire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes, G. Andreen, Prop., 102 S. loth St.
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Iron anil brass castings.
Su2 Jacksun. Tel.
BIGN PAINTING, 3. H. Cole, 13dt Douglas.
BAD I RONS replatcd, 20c; three for 60c.
Omaha plating Co., 1508 Harney. Tel. 2."36.
I nri'CIIITU Keys and locks. C. R.
L.V-'rs. JiHI 1 II Hetlln, 217 South 14th,
quality. Cheapest price Wcntworth, 618
Paxton block, Phone 16.2. R 5ol
CHICAGO tailor, ladles' and gentlemen'!
high class work. 11. soil. 2U r arnam,
R M; 12
WORTH $S,Go0O With $1,000 additional ex
pense win clear ei.OOu annually; Invest!
gate tills. Box 67, York,. Neb.
. Y-M709 12
IF YOU want to buy, sell rent or exchange
real estate or business QUICK see Cnmp-
lon-waua .o., o.u i'axton ma. x
PARTY owning a large and rapidly growing
business of 20 years standing In this city
desires to place some of his slock on guar
antee of i per cent dividend per annum,
payable semi-annually. Address lost, Hee.
13-ROOM boarding house for sale; desirable
location. Address jju, care Hee.
BOARDING house at a bargain, 13 rooms,
close In. Owner leaving city. 611 N. 16th.
Y M620 S19x
wn have run two of. the most successful
general store in southeastern Neb. for
everal years, with stocks staple, clean
and well kept in fact, the largest stores
and sales In either town, with liberal
profit. After a recent sickness of 90
days and other business plans, wn will
sell cither or both store for cash, or
not -over H cash, ba.1. clear Neb. land.
Btocka i will Involve about $12,0u0 each.
These are safo. well paying Investments
(or live business man. Address 136, Red.
FOR BALE Restaurant and confectionery
In good town of about 850;- good lunch
counter In connection. A snap if taken
at once. Address A 18 care Bee.
FOR SALE A first class Jewelry and sta
tionery stock In a good northeastern Ne
braska town that has 2.000 Inhabitants.
Will be sold cheap for cash If taken at
once. For further particulars write to
J. P. Falter, Plattsmoutli, Neb.
Y ISO 13
FOR SALE Old established book, station
ery and news business, in tnrtvmg town
In southwest lown; a bargain If taken in
thirty days. Address Beecher Miller,
Creston, la. Y 68 13
BLACKSMITH SHOP for sale In eastern
Nebraska. Icadlng shop In town; mod
ern; two set of tools; gasoline engine and
trip hammer; doing good business. For
sale cheap If taken soon", tired of busi
ness. Address A 23, care Bee. Y 612 12
FOR SALE By owner at Ord, Neb., a
good building and best location, with bar
fixtures therein; now renting for $30 ht
month. Address Poiitoftice Box 211, Long
nionl. Colo. Y 638 17x
FURNISHED HOTEL, modern Improve
ments for- sale or rent. Bevlns & Reese,
Corning, !a. Y M545 14
DENTAL office partner wanted; good prop
osition to the right man with a little
mone y . A 63. care nee. Y 619 llx
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
PULLEYS AND COUNTER S1LVFTS AT
!0 pulleys, from 6 inciies to 4$ Inches in
diameter; 3 counter shafts, complete.
These uio all In first-class condition. W. II.
Bridges, engineer. u,;t) Uldg. Q 112
FOR SALE Two
life scholarships on
Omuha Bee, Omaha,
FOR SALE, about fifty feet ornamental
falvunize.l iron cornice and ornamental
ron imhis, suu-thle for show window. Ap
ply superintendent Heo Bldg. j MS.'ii
FOR BALE Now and second-hand billiard
and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds;
e&sv pavmmts. Send for catalogue.
Brunswlck-Baiko-Collinder, 407 8. loth St.,
Omulia. , Q 939
COMPLETE line new and 2d-hand furni
ture. Chicago Furniture Co., lilO Dodge.
Tel. 2020. Q 940
ID-HAND safo cheap,
Bi'YS good runabout automobile, guar
anteed In good running order; original
'' cost $'j50. Address 14u7 Harney 6t
BHURWIN-WII.LIAMS CO. BEST MIXF.D
PAINT. Sherman A McConnell Dr.ig Co.,
Omaha. Q 943
CHKA'P ehlclvn fence, long fir timbers and
telephone roles. 101 Douglas. Q 941
MIL" H COW8 on easy terms.
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
If you want a bargain in steam fittings call
and luok over tlio following supplies:
l.$-li!eh Austin horizontal separator. '
..8-lHch Austin's horn mul separator.
,.4-liu,h Austin's vertical separator.
Theca have been t.iUen out on account of
chungea In our steum plant and are In
gooa condition. Address B Building
Co.. or sea v. H. Bridge, engineer. Be
Bldg., Omaha. U 633
TOR SALE One
P. 607 11
lnstitute. 615 N. Y.
MRS. JOHN R MUB1CK.. Osteopathy phy
sician; office, Neville Blk. Tel. 2i23.
PDINTIVr MEMORIAL CARD8
rrvlt I liKJ ll.slic dealKns. S. k,'.
LYNGSTADl6lU 8u ua cit0iAve.
WANTED MALE HELP
OMAHA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
Opens September 4 In new building.
Nineteenth and Farnam. All business
branches. 8horthand. Typewriting. Tele-
aranhv. Pen Art. Cartooning. Night scnooi
starts now. Write for catalogue. Address
WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMY, able-bodied
unmarried men, between ages of 21 and
85. citlsens of I'nited States, of good
character and temperate habits, who
read and speak EngllBh. For further .n
formatlon apolv to Recruiting Officer,
i:Uh and Douglas Sts., Omaha; Lincoln,
Neb., or Kloux City, la. B 8.3
THREE men of good appearance; steady
employment. C. F. Adams Co., 1619 1-Iowai.l
WANTED Men and boys to learn plumb
ing trade. Cannot supply demand lor
graduates; 14 to 16 per day. Many com
plete course In two months. Graduates
admitted to union and Master Plumbers'
association. Send for freo catalogue.
Covne Bros. Co. Plumbing Schools, New
York City. Cincinnati, O., St. Louis, Mo.
DHl'O stores bought and sold. Drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Knlest, 621 N. Y. L.
THREE bright, active men capable of
earning $35 weekly for traveling position.
Apply after 10 a. in. and 4 p. m. Manager,
6ou Ware Blk. B MiiiS
WANTED General agent for Nebraska
and Iowa, druggist preferred; will make
a good contract with right party; $300
required. Address 211, Bee.
B MS21 812x
YOUNG man to learn trade.
611 8. 16th Ht.
B 137 11
WANTED Experienced young man sten
ographer and office assistant; references.
261, Bee omce. , B M233
WANTED-Travellng salesman In Ne
braska for wholesale saddlery. Address
A 17, care Omaha Bee. B 472 13
WANTED Experienced pumpman to tnke
care of pump business and help in store;
must be married and speak German.
References required. State ace. Llnd
Hardware company, Llnd, Wash.
B 47 13x
WANTED A good butcher for outside
work; steady employment and good
wages; only good butcher and sober man
need apply. W. Mlsko, Ord, Neh.
B 568 l.lx
WANTED Experienced butcher. Central
Grocery and Meat Market, 600 to 602 W.
Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
WANTED rrlnter; hustler: all-round man;
married; permanent Job; $50 to start. Ad
dress A37. Bee. B 593
WANTED A thoroughly experienced and
capable bookkeeper; must be accurate
and able to get trial balance promptly.
Address A 44. care Bee. B 689 11
WANTED Two boys with wheels for
night work, regular salary. Also five
bovs for day work. A. D. T. Co., 213 S.
13th street. B-602 11
YOVNG MAN wanted about 16 or 1R, to
drive grocery wagon. T. W. Shroder.
26th and Blondo. B 6"8
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; few
weeks completes; positions guaranteed;
top wages paid graduates; can earn ex
penses before finishing. Call or write,
Moler Barber College, 1116 Farnam St.
B M664 16x
WANTED First-class barber: steady Job.
Box 244. Seward. Neb. B M701 llx
WANTED First class steam specialty
salesman in Omaha and vicinity to soli
Morehead Steam Traps and other steam
specialties manufactured by the More
head Mfg. Co.. Detroit, Mich. Address,
with references, 8. E. Thomas. Sec'y,
General Delivery, Omaha. B M740 llx
WANTED Harness maker.
David City, Neb.
B M-716 1
ALL AROUND PRINTER wanted for good
country shop. Must be able to do ad and
Job work, handle presses and gasoline
engine. Married man preferred, and will
not tolerate booxer or cigarette fiend.
Man who can qualify will be given good
wages. State particulars, Including wages
expected In first letter. Drawer 159. Te
cumseh, Neb. B M T17 11
HARNESS MAKERS AND COLLAR CTT
TEP.8 WANTED For both light and
heavy work. Experienced men only. Run
full time the year round. Steady employ
ment, good wages. Come at once or
write Marshall-Wells Hardware Co.,
Duluth, Mirm. B M 715 2S
I WANT at once, five male stenographers,
with experience and ability; part f'-r R.
R. and part for wholesale house; flrst
If you are any good, call and see me, and
I' will put you to work.
HART. 401 N. Y. LIFE.
R 633 11
WANTED Young man to learn drug busi
ness. W. A. Plel, ISth and Farnam.
B M 777 12
WANTED Experienced dry goods sales
men; do not npplv unless vou have had
thorough experience in selling dry goods
In a large city store. J. I Brsndeis &
Sons. B M'ilO 12x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
$0 working girls. Canadian office, 15th and
Dodge. C 963
WANTED Competent nurse
family. 1117 S. 30th Ave.
WANTED Two experienced fitters. Apply
ladles' cloak department, Hayden Bros.
W A NT KD Marker and sorter.
Laundry, Council Bluffs, la.
WANTED An experienced second girl to
work In private family. Good wages. Ap
ply at 1916 S. 32d Ave. C M516
WANTED Good girl at once at Clarkson
hospital. C-M526 X
SECOND cook and dining room girl.
Bachelors' hotel, 20th and Farnam.
WANTED Good conk for family of three.
Apply S. Kendls. Nebraska Clothing Co.
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
Two in familv. No washing. References
required. Applv Mrs. Charles E. Clapp,
119 South S4th St. C 616 llx
WANTED Experienced makers and pre-
Sarers. Applv Monday 8 a. m., millinery
epartment. Hayden Bros. C 610 llx
GIRL for general housework.
Rosewater. 1711 Douglas St.
WANTED Ladies to learn hair dressing,
manicuring, facial massage, chiropody or
electrolysis; top wages paid graduates
few weeks completes by our method of
constant practice and expert Instructions.
Cnll or write. Moler College. 1114 Far
nam St. C-M6.15 15x
WANTED Good girl for general house
work. Apply North I3d Bt.
GOOD pav for competent girl for general
housework; small family. 8614 Iaven
worth. C-t0 lix
WANTED Competent cook or girl, general
housework: small family; good wases; no
washing. 3023 Cass 8t. C 628 12x
WANTED German girl for general house
work; wages $6. 1707 Park avenue.
WANTED Experienced dry goods sales
ladies: only those with thorough experi
ence as saleslady In large dry goods store
need applv. J. 1 Brandels A Sons.
C Mill 12x
WANTED- Experienced aalesmen to sell
new. useful article to hardware dealers;
good side line, sells at sight, big money
for hustlers. Address HART SASH
HOLDER CO.. Lexington. Mo.
GOLDMAN Pleating Co., ZOft Douglas Blk.
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy.
does dressmaking bv the
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column, put su al la and you will m
Is what you get when you
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th A Chicago
DEWEY European hotel, 13th A
VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
ROOMS and good board. $5 per week and
up. call lnlJ Chicago St.
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
$6, $. $19-621 South 25th Avenue.
Nice neighborhood. Modern.
NICELY furnished room for two gentle
men, modern. 116 N. 25th. E 111 25x
FURNISHED rooms; reasonable rates;
modern conveniences. 2234 Farnam. Flat 6.
E 579 lox
BC1TE of elegantly furnished rooms for
two gentlemen; best location In city. 107
N. 20th. Phone 6318. E Msv 12x
TWO or J rooms for housekeeping, ground
floor; also sleeping rooms. 1712 Jackson.
E 817 12x
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT Six
room furnished .flat; entire furnishings
for sale CHEAP Mrs. Carroll. 16"9 Park
avenue. K M8ol 13
NICELY FURNISHED parlor, with piano;
sleeping room adjoining. Large room on
second floor with stationary bowl. 220 N.
19th. Tel. Rd IS". E 588 12x
PLEASANT room, private family. 5:4 S.
26th Ave. E 615 12 x
NICELY furnished large
'Phone 4112. 714 S. 17th Ave.
E 614 12x
FURNISHED ROOM, all modern, with
phone. 624 South 2m h 8t. E M774 12x
TWO COTTAGES and one 6-room house
for ren. 844-846-MS S. 17th. D M761 II
FURNISHED room for gentleman, In pri
vate home. West Farnam district: full
rrivlleges of the home; modern conven
nces; references exchanged. Address
Box 264. care Bee. E 620 17x
FOR RENT Two modern furnished rooms.
2628 Capitol Ave. E M-752 12
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, ISth and Capitol Ave.;
board; verandas, nmple lawns, stately
trees, rustic seats: home cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F 963
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney St., nicely fur
nished rooms, with good hoard; tales rea
aonable. F-490 S15x
NICELY funlshed rooms with board;
team heat. 316 S. 26th SL F 464-11
LARGE, pleasant, southeast front room
and board for four gentlemen, $4 per
week. 808 S. 21st St. F 611 12x
FURNISHED room for gentleman, private
famlly.316N.18th St. E 6i2 17x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
FOUR basement rooms; take washing and
ironing for rent. "11 S. 19th St.
TWO rooms In
also two base
G 608 12x
FOR RENT HOUSES
houses ,n a11 rart8
nUUJCJr, peters & C
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co. pack,
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse,
1120-1'4 N. 19th. Office, lull'i Farnaiu.
Tel. 1659. D-982
Maggard Van & Stor
Ofhce, 1713 Webster St.
Tea. 1 11W.
in all parts of the city. The O.
f. jjavia Co., 508 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, insurance, Rlngwalt. Barker Blk.
ROOMS, houses, stores.
Tlrard, 220 N. 23d.
PIANO moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. 1626, Schmuller & Mueller.
2614 St. Mary's Ave., modern; $40.
$125 MARCY ST., 9-room modern hoil.se,
porcelain bath, new furnace, all in choice
condition; Btable. nice lawn and shade;
vacant Sept. 1; $30 and water.
1340 8. 27lh St., 8-room house, modern ex
cept furnace; In first-class order; $23.
OARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM ST.
l-ROOM house, modern, good repairs, $18.
82d and Wright Sts. 'Phone 523. D 127
FOR RENT 7-room and 8-room houses,
all modern, near high school and Crelgh
ton college; $30 and $32.60. Inquire at 607
N. 19th 6t. D 411
SEPT. 68 rooms and bath, hot water
heat, steel range; owner pays water rent;
rlrst-class tenant may apply; rent $30. 810
North S3d. - Inquire in rear. D 464 llx
1641 S. 29TH AVE., modern. 2-story brick
dwelling. 9 rooms, facing Hanscom Park;
rent $10. Inquire 1115 S. S2d St. J. N.
Richards. D 623
OCTOBER 16. modern house of seven
rooms and reception hall. 112 8. 35th St ;
L rent $40 and water. W. A. Smith. IT. S.
Bank Bldg. lei. inno. . u ftin,u 14
HOI'SE to rent. block from Walnut
Hill car line; will sell furniture. Tel. Har
ney 2214. D M575 llx
DESIRABLE 8-room house; large barn:
fine yard: S128 Chicago street. Rlngwalt
Bros., Barker block. D-601 11
LARGE two-story barn, 27th and Leaven
worth Sts. N. P. Dodge & Co., 1614 Far
nam St. D 583 llx
TEN ROOM modern house; all conveni
ences; perfect repair. 706 N. yith street.
1322 So. 26th Ave., seven-room house, bath;
stable. $20. Inquire next door.
D 604 15x
1711 Charles St.,
E. J. Sullivan,
St. D 6t
SEVEN-ROOM, all modern, brick house,
1003 No. 29th Bt., $20. Good and warm.
Turklngton, 602 Bee Bldg. D M605 12
TO RENT Furnished 6-room cottage In
South Omaha. Address H. R. Balvllle,
care V. P. Depot, South Omaha
D M764 llx
FOR RENT 9-room modern house, 1060
Georgia Ave. $40.00.
l-roTin modern house and barn, 2210 8. S2d
Ave.- $27 60.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 180$ FARNAM ST.
FOR RENT Cottage, t rooms, modern ex
cept furnace. kl N. l"tn 8t , $:o.
D -HJ36 llx
Inquire 1708 Clark Bt.
D M7S7 llx
FOR RENT Large, detatched 14-room resi
dence: 19th and Leavenworth; newly
painted and papered: steam heat. Apply
Mil Ion Rogers A Sons Co.. 14th and
Farnam streets. D M804 11
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow
Church Co., main fl., N. T. Life. Phone 114.
J. M. Macfarland. 304 N. T. L. Bldg. Tel. 156$.
H. A. STVRGBS. registered attorney) pat
ents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
laas successful. 617 14. Y. Life, Unwh-
of a Sale for What You Have
use Be Want Ais They reach the buyers tvnd make sales
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE.
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE
Call and Get a Copy
Shimer & Cbase Co.,
1609 Farnam St
RE 649 9
FOR SALE Large house, two barns and
two full, lots, on North 18th St., only
$4,6u0. This is a bargain.
Room 1, New York Life Bidg.
A PECULIAR AD.
Am here to sell quick for 18,600 cash, the
best section of land near Middle Branch
P. O. ; level, finely Improved, all fenced,
spring stream and fine well; will cut 850
tons of hay now; also corn, blue grass,
orchard, timothy and clover; fine groves.
O. B. Manvllle, Orchard, Neb.
FOR SALE New modern 6, 7 and 8-room
houses. See owner, M. Sorensen, 3206 Lin
coln Boulevard. 'Phone Red tio28.
RE 4?6 llx
THE MIDLAND GUARANTEE i TRUST
COMPANY'S abstracts of title are the
best. Our customers are protected by a
lio.noo surety bond against loss by errors.
When you buy or sell real estate, demand
a "Midland" abstract, 1614 Farnam St.,
N. Y., Life Bldg. N. P. DODGE, JR.,
PRESIDENT. RE 976
WRITE for Illustrated pamphet describ
ing two ranches In the corn and alfalfa
belt. Willis Caldwell, Broken Bow, Neb.
CSA3-Williamson Co.u- Slg'
Farm and. Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten years' time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. R., Omaha, Neb., Dept. "A.
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail.
BURGESS - GRANDEN CO.,
F. M. RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.
213 South 16th St. Telephone 61.
FOR SALE Beautiful 12-room home near
West 40th St. Address 120, care Bee.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
SALARY IyOANS. CHATTEL LOANS.
EASY TO GET. EASY TO PAY.
WHEN TOU WANT
Why not go where you can get it cheapest
and from an old established firm who
nannies tneir own money. Establish a
credit with them that will be of valuo to
you In the future. We loan on furniture,
plRnns, live stock and salaries. Small
weekly or monthly payments,
which are suspended In case of sickness
or out of employment. Facts are, we
want your business. I Established 1889.
Duff GreenLoan Co.
I and 9 Barker Block. ,v TEL. 4034.
Is loaned on furniture, pianos, live
stock and to salaried people upon
their own agreement to pay. Our
rates are as low as any; our service
is quick and quiet, and we never
charge for making papers or notary
fees. We want your business If you
ever borrow money.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
306 South 16th 6treet.
Tel. 2295. 119 Board of Trade Bldg.
ON SALARIES, FURNITURE AND
PIANOS, AT LOWES 1 RATES; ytlCli
E3T SERVICE AND MUST CONFI
The annoyance of owing bills In several
places may be eliminated by obtaining
enough money of us to pay all your debts
and at the same time establishing credit
with an old. reliable firm, where you can
obtain money whenever you need it. Lib
eral rebate if paid sooner than agreed. Pri
vate interviewing room. '
RELIABLE CREDIT CO..
$07-8 Paxton Blk. X 806
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 mat such transactions be made
and held In strict confidence. Union Loan
and Investment Co., 212 Bee. Tel. 29u4.
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
wunoui securu ; easy payments, unices
In 63 principal cities.
lan, room 714,
New 101K L.II9 Bldg.
BOWEN'S MONEY Easy to get on furnl-
lain note if
MONEY loaned on furniture, salary,
horses, etc.; half usual rates. Dr. Prihbe
now, room 214, at 2o9 S. 16th St. Tel. K29M.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 S 13.
CHATTEL and SALARY LOANS.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO,
Tel. 745. 632-3 Paxton Block.
MONEY FOR 8ALARIED PEOPLE. STAR
LOAN CO.. 644 PAXTON BLK. X-108
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., 1504 Farnam St. X 10
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing, all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith A Co., 1320 farnam Bt.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
at lowest rates;
1604 Farnam. City loans
10 delay; get our terms.
LOWEST rates, city property; i P. C. on
farms In eastern Neb. Bemls, Paxton Blk.
BUILDING loans on residence property; I
per cent. W. B. Metkle, Ramge Block.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1620 Douglas.
$L000.0OO TO IX) AN on business and resi
dence prop re y In Omaha; lowest rates; no
delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y. Life.
WANTED-Clty loans. R. C.
Peters A Co.
FARM and city loans: lowest rates. W. H.
Thomas. 1st Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
LOANS or. Omaha Improved property, or
to build with; can pay it back In monthly
payments. Hastings A HeydeU, I.' Far-
TRY KKLLEY 8 LAUNDRY.
PHONE ,01 and man win call and tune
your piano, $2. Perlleld Piano Co.. 16U
Farnam. U 992
M A nNPTIf treatment & baths. Mine.
' w "-Smith. IIS N. 15. 2d 11, r 2.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths, 720 S. 13th.
FACTORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest rates for reliable service. Tel. 16-'S.
Bchmoller & Mueller, piano makers.
LARSON & JOHNSON Cut rates to all
points. 14ij Farnam. Tel. 1905. Member
American Ticket Brokers' aysoclution.
Pianos delivered at once, $1,110 weekly. All
music lessons free. J01N NOW. i'eitield
I'iano Co., 1611 Farnam St. C 997
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
ing; in fact, anything you do nut need;
we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. 11th
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4135 and wagon will call.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Uaidell,
2216 Charles. Tel. 611. L 998
WE RENT sewing machines, 75c week. We
repair all makes of machines; second
hand machines, $5 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co.,
Tel. 1663, Cor. 15th and Harney. U 998
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Blk.
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & 3, 1506
MALLETTS Cereal Coffee, healthful,
nourishing; best thing for indigestion
15o per pkg. all grocers. C M204
INFORMATION wanted concerning where
. abouts of Martin Quick; last heard from
In Omaha. Address Ncla Erlkson, 220
Wahsatch Ave., Colorado Springs. Colo.
FOR Women Only Dr. Raymond s Pills, for
delayed periods, absolutely reliable, per
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Co., room 35, 64 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
, and irregularities of women from any
cause; exoerlenced and reliable. Address
with stamp. Dr. Pries, 151 1 Dodge St.,
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
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McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 104
DRUNKENNESS AND DRUG HABITS
CURED to stay cured in the shortest
length of time under a positive guarantee.
For full particulars write the
Ensor Remeds Co., South Omaha, Neb.
Incorporated in 1892.
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no injec
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Cure Rupture Co.. 611 Wr. O. W. Bl'lg.,
Om aha 105
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-STORY and basement. 1003 Far
nam; elevator. 314 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
small office which rents for $10.00 per
month. Price Includes heat, light, water
and Janitor service. It is located on the
fourth floor of The Bee building and Is
lust the thing for anyone 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 22, 185 feet, four stories
and basement. The basement is 2-XUS2
feet. Is cemented. The ceiling over the
basement has a brick vault and iron beam
construction, makeing the basement fire
proof. The first floor has a marble floor In
front and granolithic floor in rear. There
Is a large burglar-proof vault and a power
elevator. The upper floors have windows
on three sides.
Address, The Bee Building Co., C. C
Rosewater, Secretary, Room 100 Bee Bldg.
IF you apply at once we can give anyono
desiring a large office space almost any
arrangement they desire. This space U
on the sixth floor of The Bee building,
with north light. R. C. Peters & Co.,
rental agents, ground floor. Bee Bldg.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
CHATELAINE SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
CDC MP H GERMAN, SPANISH,
r t C H n Uavidge Bldg., 18th & Farnam
E. D. KECK, Voice Teacher, Miss Joy
Keck, assistant and teacher of piano.
Studio, Davldge Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
VOCAL lessons; Italian method. Telephone
B2563, of mornings. M266 9x
MABEL C. HIGG1NS. teacher of violin.
Residence, 2102 Lothrop St.. Tel. 3112.
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES,
in Frencn. Spanish or German; learn to
speak In 25 lessons, business correspond
ence 50, to read literature 65 GUARAN
TEED. F. Peltier, 115 South 20th.
FOR SALE FARMS
Improved farm, 2H miles northwest of
Florence, near Ponca church. Prloe $2,&io.
Call at place or address Jacob J. Cham
bers, Florence, Neb. M741 llx
FOR SALE 1.960 acres of fine land ly
ing In shallow water basin. In Finney
county. Kansas; 1,100 seres alfalfa, land,
water from 6 to 16 feet from surface; bal.
about 22 feet to water; land all clear
of encumbrance; good soil; abundance of
good wuter; price, $i8 per acre. Address
Lock Box 38, Spencer, Neb. -635 20
FOR BALE A fine farm of 14 acres; all
fine corn land except 20 acres of pasture;
3 miles from a good market and 6 miles
from Missouri Valley, la. Good Improve
ments. Will consider $3,000 In good In
come Omaha property. Price $6500 per
acre. Address Lock Box 676, Missouri
Valley. la. 600
WANTED TC RENT
WANTED Two or three furnished rooms
with board in refined private family, by
family of three; no objection to distance;
references exchanged. Address A 47. care
Bee. K-612 13 x
WANTED To rent, suite of 1 or $ unfur
nished rooms, prefer private family, west
or southwest part of city. A 48. care Bee.
TRAVELING man. with wife and child,
dosires rooms with board; must be pleas
ant and clean. Address A 61. Bee.
WANTED Two or three furnished rooms
In modern houne for housekeeping, by
gentlemen and wife; prefer vicinity of
8. loth St. Address A 59, care Bee.
HESS A 8WOBODA, 1415 Farnam. 120
L. tjbAiiucBjiOV- iM Farnam.
LIGHTNING HAVOC GROWING
NoU of Warning Sounded by Oie Who
Claim 10 Enow,
CONCLUSIONS DRAWN FHOM INVESTIGATION
t'nsclentlge Architecture and Electric
Knarlneerlna; Blamed for an In
crease In Sumber of Flrea
l aualri by Lightning;.
H. W. Spang of New York city, an expert
on the subject of lightning protection, be
lieves that the danger to buildings from
lightning Is Increasing. In an interview in
the New York Sun he says:
"From Investigations made byv me since
1858 of the effects of ligntnlng discharge,
I have found that the area of the electrical
charge, intensely Induced upon the earth,
and with which the atmospheric electricity
principally unites by the lightning dis
charge, varies from about a half mile to
two miles, according to the height and area
of thunder cloud conductivity of the sur
face earth, depth of the underground
water bed and the presence of underground
water, gas and other metal pipes, railway
tracks, wire fences and overhead and
underground electrical wires.
"The union of the atmospheric electricity
with that of the earth Is effected by a
series of discharges In rapid aucceslon,
giving rise to the vivid, quivering light,
commonly known as lightning, and also
causing certain phenomena which are er
roneously regarded as freaks. The union of
the atmospheric electricity with that of the
earth by a lightning discharge can only be
effected within a great area and not at
a single point or within a small area of
earth, as theorized from laboratory experi
ments; and I will add that any lightning
theory based upon a laboratory experiment
Is not worth the least consideration.
"For ages nature has been clearly indi
cating Its electrical actions and wants,
and the unsatisfactory state of the light
ning protection art Is due to the neglect or
Inability of scientists and electricians prop
erly to Investigate and Interpret natural
"Reference was made by Greek writers
more than 2,200 years ago to the attraction
of lightning discharges for great oak and
other trees with outstretching branches
and dense foliage. Similar phenomena
were observed by Faraday, Henry and
other eminent scientists of the last cen
tury, and these phenomena were not fully
understood by them.
"The atmospheric electricity, while unit
ing with that of the earth by a lightning
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
GOOD hand-made gardener's wagon, near
ly new $85.
Top delivery wagon $25.
Two fine traps.
Runabouts and top buggies.
Rubber-tired phaeton $25.
DRUMMOND CARRIAGE CO.,
18th and Harney. P 187 8S0
ELEGANT Stanhope, with rubber tires,
at half price. Also wire wheel runabout,
with cushion tires and ball bearings. A
big snap for someone. Johnson & Dan
forth, S. W. Cor. 10th and Jones Sts.
FOR SALE Fine saddle horse.
Rome Miller. Her Grand hotel.
LOST AND FOUND
BLACK cow, white face; suitable reward
If returned to 2616 Poppleton Ave.
PI BETA PHI fraternity pin, (arrow), Kate
Hacock, (name on back), Friday on
Georgia Ave. Please return to 1126 Geor
gia Ave. Valueless except to owner.
Lost 733 llx
MORAND'S adult classes are now open;
lessons Tues. and Frl. 8. p. m.; 12 lessons,
ladies, $6; gentlemen. $7; former and high
school pupils and college students, $4.
Tel. 1041 Private lessons dallv 242 Ol
Palmist M ME BTJDDH A-Clalrvoyant,
located over 113 8. 16th. upstairs. Reeult
ful predictions vuaranteedj 6947
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a dally, b dally except Bunay ! daily
except Saturday, ttuptla vuly, (UUv
discharge, selects a great tree, hay Stack.
a well filled barn, granary, Ice house or
other storage warehouse, lumber yard, oil
tank, chuvch or other great building, for
the reason that the tree branches and dense
foliage, greatly or compactly stored ma
terial, as hay, grain. Ice. tobacco, cotton,
etc., and the huge area of building material
(especially metal woiki offer a grent scope
by which such electrical inilon can be.
"For a similar reason there Is aulte an
attraction for a herd of cattle, flock of
sheep, etc., also for a great assemblage
of persons, whether In a circus, grand
stand of r race track, military encampment
or a church.
"Up to the time of the IntnxVirtlon of
water pipes In buildings the Franklin rod
was a fair success as a lightning con
ductor, this being accounted for by the
fact that the atmospheric electricity while
flowing to the earth divided into numerous
branches, of which the rod received one
branch and the adjacent houses, trees
or other objects the other brsnches.
"Since the Introduction ot the under
ground water, gas and other metal pipes,
railway tracks, wire fences and electrical
wires, the atmospheric electricity concen
trates and flows to such extended metal
conductors and the earth In from one to
four main raths.
"The metal flnlals. rldgings, gutters,
metal roofs, rain leaders, ventilating, gas,
water and drainage pipes, electrlo light
conduits (Iron tubes), metal laths, .ceilings,
etc., although electrically Insulated from
each other, offer a greater soope and a
hundredfold greater attraotlon for a light
ning discharge than that offered by the best
outside lightning rod or rods, as usually
"The overhead telephone and electrlo
light wires as now connected wlfh buildings
also Invite lightning discharges to take
place In line therewith, and also with the
Interior of the buildings, resulting In dam
age thereto, notwithstanding the employ,
ment of lightning arresters and safety
fuses with such wires.
The Main Trouble.
'7n fact, from hn true lightning stand
point the present architecture and electrlo
engineering of buildings Is unsclefftlflo and
defective. Even the modern skyscraper ts
not strictly a scientifically constructed
"The steel framework - and great Iron
caissons are electrified by Induction during
a thunderstorm: but when they are sepa
rated by cement, brick and stone tbey do
not benr a proper electrical rein Hon wVh
each other, and Assures are liable to be
created In such Intervening material by
terrlflo lightning discharges In line with
such a building.
'The electrlo light wires tn a skyscraper
or other building are also highly electrified
by Induction during a thunderstorm, but
owing to a lack of a proper electrical rela
tion between such wires and the Interior
metal pipes, etc.. the insulation of such
wires Is often Impaired by such induced
charges as one or more convenient dis
charging points coincident with a lightning
discharge. This Impairment of such Insula
tion may not manifest Itself until favorable
conditions are accidentally created for the
grounding action of the electric light cur
rent, which Is then attended with Its flow
over the Impaired Insulation to Its metal
conduit, and thence to adjacent discon
nected metal pipe or other grounded metaj
work, accompanied with an electrlo ara
"The many cases reported of electrlo
fires due to defective Insulation of electrlo
light wires should really be attributed to
Flrra Cnnaed by Lightning;.
"The jfollowlng statistics of lightning
fires In this country have been complied
from the Chronicle fire tables, and the
great increase Is principally due to the
general introduction of wire fence In the
rural districts, the Increasing use of metal
work and pipes about buildings and tha
Increasing extension of electrlo light and
telephone wires, especially to suburban
Five years Number of Property
ending fires. loss.
1802 2.505 $ 8.87V.745
1W7 6.637 11.315,414
1902 15.756 21.767,185
"Of the lightning fires In this country
during the five years ended 1902 thero
were 9,340 barns, stables and granaries;
ninety warehouses containing cotton, to
bacco, etc.; thirty-five, grain elevators,
thirty-seven Ice houses, twelve lumber
yards, 465 churches, 121 school houses. 111
large buildings, embracing asylums, court
houses, public halls, hotels and theaters,
twelve college buildings, 101 country and
general stores, eight car barns, eighteen
electric power stations, twenty-seven tele
phone and telegraph offices, 116 railroad
depots and 6,247 miscellaneous buildings,
embracing- dwellings, stores, mills, facto
ries and similar structures.
"There Is also considerable damage
caused underground by lightning dis
charges, such as the shattering of brick and
terra cotta sewers and the Impairment of
the joints of gas and water pipes, espec
ially where laid In rock or earth of poor
conductivity. A certain portion of tha gas
leakage loss can be attributed to the de
structive effects of lightning discharges
upon the underground pipe Joints, especi
ally as gas pipes are generally employed as
ground connections for lightning arresters.
Proper Protest Ion.
"Owing to the greatly increased lightning
losses the Underwriters' National Pro
tective association Is considering the adop
tion of rules and regulations for the proper
protection of buildings in this country. It
Is obvious that no radical reduction of
lightning losses can be expected under tha
present unselentiflo architecture and elec
"The metal work and pipe upon the out
side and inside of a building should be metal
lcally connected together and bear a proper
electrical relation with the earth In order
to effect absolute lightning protection. Tha
Interior electrlo light wires should bear a
proper electrical relation with the Interior
metal work and pipes In order to prevent
the Impairment of the Insulation of such
wires by a lightning discharge and also
prevent electric arcs and fires being created
In a building by the grounding action of
the electric light current.
"From results obtained by me during the
last ten years I have found that In a village
or any suburban section absolute lightning
protection of all buildings, structures and
electrical currents therein can best be ef-
fee ted by a general System qf suitable
metallic conductors properly employed."
MANY PILGRIMS AT LOURDES
Remarkable Storlea of Cares Com
front the ghrlno of the
PARIS. Bept. 10 (Special Cablegram to
The Bee.)-Many cures are reported from
Lourdea and the great annual pilgrimage
this year has been as remarkable as
during, previous years. A girl named
Louise Lompuy, who had been a hospital
nurse, and who has been under treatment
for consumption since last year, suddenly
sprang to her feet and shouted that she
was cured. Although when she started for
Iourdes she was so 111 that It was confi
dently expected that she would not outlive
the Journey, the doctors now pronounce
her to be In good health. The lesion la
her lungs Is stated to be completely healed
and her strength and her appetite have
Another rase Is that of a Breton girl of
29. crippled by paralysis of the leg. which
she lias not moved for two years. Many of
the persons cured hava beau suffering from
dlmij ol tba 9is