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TIIE 'OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY,- SEPTEMBER 22, 1905.
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THE FALL, TERM OF
I now open day and night. Yet It Is not
too late to enter. Begin now and get that
mental drill anil discipline that will double
your earning capacity. Business, shorthand,
t vpewrltlng, telegraphy, normal and Eng
lish. Catalogue free. Address H. B.
Boyles, Pres., Boyles Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
CTHVC C Keplated. Omaha Plating Co.,
O 1 yj V COjooS Harney St. Tel. 2635.
CITY BAVING8 BANK pays 4 per cent.
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY, Tel. 3530.
ANTt-Monopoly Garbage Co., 621 N. 1th.
Tel. 177. R 929
211 S. 11th Bt.
CUT RATE railway tickets
P. JI. Phllbln. 1604 Farnani.
OMAIIA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. Q. Andreen. Prop., Iu2 8. 10th St.
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Iron and brass castings.
Sl-2 Jackson. Tel.
SIGN PAINTING, a H. Cole. 1302 Douglas.
SAD IRONS replated, 20c; three for 6nc.
Omaha Plating Co., lo Harney. Tel. 2j3
LOCKSMITH HeMn 217 ' South 14 In.
HOLLOW BUILDING Be08Ctk""
quality. Cheapest price. Wcntwortn. 614
Pax-run block. 'Phone 1672. R 651
MORGAN'S hall, ltith and Corby Sts. Rea
sonable for private or strictly Invitation
affairs. Tel 6124. R 3:7
TO LET Large hall, suitable for lodges or
clubs. Third floor over Dally News, 110
112 8. 14th St. W. Farnam Smith & Co.,
1320 Farnam. ' R M407 24
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
$3,300 Royal Tourist, with top com
plete equipment, 36 h. p., almost
$3,000 tour-Cylinder Wlnton, side en
trance, 19o6, 36 h. p., new $2,200
$2,600 Two-Cylinder Wltiton, new, car
ried over from last year $1,760
$2,300 White Steamer, top, baskets,
four lamps, tlrat-class shape $1,200
$1,000 Shelby, 3 or 4-passenger, full
equipment, new it h. p .' $ 760
$ $60 Model A, Cadillac removable ton-
neau, second-hand, good shape... $ 400
$1,000 National Electric, with top.
lightly used $ 360
$ 750 b lea m Locomobile, second-hand,
good shape ,, $ 200
$ 760 Model fc, Rambler, second-hand,
good shape $ 326
$ 700 Pope Hi buna, 2-passenger, al
most new ilist-class shape $ 890
$ 426 Orient Buck board, new, 2-passenger
(can be run up the hllisj..$ $26
All models of 1906 Cadillacs In stock..
H. E. FREDRICKSON.
16th and Capitol Ave The old Stand.
PULLEYS AND COUNTER SHAFTS' AT
i A BARGAIN.
20 pulleys, from 6 Inches to 48 Inches in
"diameter; s counter snails, complete,
these are all in tlrst-class condition. W. H.
Bridges, engineer. Bee Bldg. Q lia
FURNITURE. CARPETS, DRAPERIES,
. stoves and everything to furnish the home.
Uood, honest, reliable merchandise, fully
25 below installment store prices. The
best stock in Omaha. Terms: $25.00 worth,
)l U0 aw Wl"C
OMAHA FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.,
teiwen j-iu ana um un farnani bi.
W 356 21
r uk BAL,tj iwo me scholarships on
Omaha business colleges. Address
uwignt w imams, omana Bee, Omaha,
FOR BALIS, about ruTty feet ornamental
galvanised- Iron cornice and ornamental
iron posts, suuauie lor snow window. Ap.
ply superintendent Bee Bldg. y M8.6
FOR BALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds;
. easy payments. Send for catalogue.
Brunswlck-Balka-Collender, 407 8. 10th Ht.,
ym"a- J SJ
COMPLETE line new and 2d-hand furni
ture, cnic&go jrurnuure Co., mo Dodge.
lei. vjm. y ttf
ID-HAND safe cheap,
Derlght, 1119 Far
BHER WIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT, 8berman MoConnell Drug Co.,
CHEAP chlckn fence, long fir timbers and
leieunuuv puivs. nl vuukiu, y 944
MII-CH COWS on easy terms.
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
If you want a bajgaln in steam fittings call
ana 100a over 1110 luiiuwing supplies;
J.b-lncU Austin horlsontal separator.
1.8-lnch Austin's honsonlal separator.
1. 4-Inch Austin's vertical seDarator.
These have been taken out oh account of
changes In our steam plant and are In
good condition. Address Bee Building
Co.. or see W. 1L Bridges, engineer. Hee
Bldg.. umaua. u 633
COTTAGES for sale for removal; 513 and
oli Ho. in Bt.; two gooa six-room cot
tuges. Submit bids for Immediate re
imival to UIXIKUK & CO., I60I Karnut
St. Q 331 25
FOR BALK two nentmg stoves and one
small cook stove, see mem at 4:115 Bur
dett street. (4 M315 22x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED CKy loans and warrants. W,
remain emita Co., ISO aruatn St.
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
at Rrwest rates;
1604 Farnam. City loans
110 aeiay; get our terms.
Low hbl rates, city nroDerty: 0 P. C. o
farms in eastern Neb. lie mis, Paxton Blk.
BUILDING loans on residence property;
per cent. W. B. Meikle. Kamge Block.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1620 Douglas.
$1,000,000 TO Lb AN on business and resi
dence properey in Omaha; lowest lates; no
delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1N. Y. Life.
VANTEI-CU loans. R. C.
Peters A Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W. H.
Thomaa. 1st Nai l Bank Bldg. Tel 1643.
LOANS on Omaha Improved property, or
to build with; caa pay it back in monthly
payments. Hastings. Heyden. lfiw-j Far
nam Bt W 973
II. A. BTURGES, rag-latered attorney; pat
ents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
less successful. 617 N. Y. Ufa. Omaba
8HARPR MACHINE WORKS, lh and
Jackaon; Patents Procured; Inventions;
develuped; drawing. paUafb. eaaonss.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMI, able-bodied
unn.a-rled men, between of 21 and
ST., citizens of United Btates. of good
character an J temperate habits who
read end apeak English.. For further .n
formation apnly ' to Recruiting Officer,
13th and" Douglas Sts., Omaha; Lincoln.
Neb., or Sioux City. la. B 873
Stenographer, $', Missouri.
Salesman and collector.
The calls for reliable employes sre being
received fnr fall business and we Invite
all competent men to look over our list of
Write fur booklet.
WESTERN RKF. BOND ASS N.. INC.,
840-42 N. Y. Life Bldg.
B 391 21
THHF.H men of good appearance; steady
employment. C. F. Adams Co., 1C19 Howard
DRl'O stores bought and sold. Dru
wanted, r . V. Knlest, 6J r
MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing
trade; great demand for graduates, $4-S
day: many complete course two months;
fraduates admitted to union and Master
'lumbers' association. Coyne Bros. Co.
Plumbing Schools, New York. Cincinnati
and ft. Louis. (Day and night class.)
For free catalogue address 239 loth Ave.,
New York. B 850
HARNESS MAKERS AND COLLAR CUT
TERS 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, Minn. B M 716 28
A POSITION guaranteed or no pay. If
you are In reed of a position, call and
have a "h'-art-to-heart" talk with HART
THE EXPERT, 401 N. Y. Life. B 828
MOLER Barber College, 1116 Farnam St.,
wants ion men to teach barber trade snd
take positions waiting graduates; few
weeks completes; can nearly earn ex
penses before finishing; qualified teachers,
careful examinations, practical exner.
ence. Call or write. B-M276 22x
WANTED A bookbinder; cine that Is a
first-class ruler and forwarder. Apply to
W. B. McNutt, St. Joseph, Mo.
FIRST-CLASS eoatmaker at once. Dresher,
1515 Farnam St. B aJi 21
(0 MEN Wauted at
once at I4th and N
C. B. Carlson, fore
B 362 23 X
Sis.. South Omaha.
WANTED Job compositors; open shop;
state age, experience and wages wanted;
permanent situations to competent per
sons; come and see us or write. Combe
Printing Company, St. josepn, mo.
B 365 29
WANTED Business manager with capital
to handle road attraction. Address Bnieius
& Williams, 1009 Davenport St.
ji MoKi ZZX
WANTED Three tinners experienced in
furnace work. Address Milton Rogers sc
Sons Co., Omaha, Neb. B M384
WANTED At once, bright boy for stock
work; must he neat in appearance. Appiy
cloak dept. People's Store. B SOU
GENERAL manager, with capital from
$1,000 to $5,000. for Jobbing business, snow
ing best results; experienced man pre
ferred. Address B 39. Bee. B 390 21x
WANTED A boy with a horse to deliver
The Evening Bee, north part or city.
Apply 3 p. m.. Circulation department,
Omaha Bee. B-M398 24x
WANT a good piano salesman; will pay
salary and com. share. S. R. Smith r ur
nlture Co., Lead, S. D. B-M401 27x
WANTED Experienced car repairers. Ap
ply at Chicago (it-eat western city ucaei
office, 1513 Farnam. B M403 28
WANTED Two boys for night work.
regular salary. Also, several toys ror
good day positions. A. D. T. Co., 212 8.
13th St. B-M406 24
WANTED To hire, teams and men to haul
coal. Apply Union Fuel Co., B. 2oth ana
B. & M. tracks. B M406 24
BIDS received for excavating Y. M. C. A.
site, Seventeenth and Harney streets,
until 1 p. m. Thursday, September 28.
Specifications at office of Fisher & Law
rle, Paxton Blk. RM411 25
WANTED FEMALE HELP
$0 working girls. Canadian office, 15th and
Dodge. c 953
WANTED Competent nurse
family. 1117 B. Ktn Ave.
COMPETENT girl or woman; general
housewnrK; must ne gooa cook; no wash
Jng. 1248 8. 10th St. C-854
MOLER COLLEGE 1114 Farnam St.,
wants ladles to learn nairaresslng. mani
curing, facial massage, chiropody and
electrolysis (removing hair by electric
ity). Few weeks completes by our method
careful examinations, qualified teachers.
practical experience. -au or wrtre.
C M264 22x
WANTED Twelve experienced cloak sales-
ladles and models; high salaries. S. Fred
erick Berger & Co., 1517 Farnam.
WANTED Cook and second girl; sister
preferred. 1502 Bo. 32d Ave. C M317 25
WANTED First-class experienced sales
man In men s hat department. J. L.
Brandeis & eons. C-330 21
WANTED BO girls to make "Oak Brand
overalls and jackets, steady employment:
good pay. Apply to Byrne & Hammer
V. O. Co., Factory, litn and Upward Sts.
U 3 24
WANTED Girl, must he
good cook and
Mrs. A. B. Mc-
laundress, small ramlly.
Connell, 2130 Blnney St.
C 328 21
LADY agents and traveling men to se
new patented article without competi
tion. ioon money maae ny rignt party.
Call or address room 303, Brown Blk.,
umara, rueo. u 334
WANTED Competent girl for general
nouseworx; gooa wages; no washing
2416 Farnam. C MS46
GIRL wanted for general housework. Apply
ib;o i.oinrop di. i- gnu zix
COMPETENT girl for general housework;
small lamuy; gooa wages. Airs. J. O.
Foster, l no oeorgia Ave. C 364 23
WANTED A cook. 3510
C 363 S
WANTED A competent white cook at the
(ienoa Indian School club. Genoa. Neb
nhout ?0 members; salary $25 a month. F.
v. I'arsons, Manager. C M378 22x
60 strong gins ror turning bags: ex
perience unnecessary. Apply 7 a. m. ready
ior worn, tiemis umont nag -o.
WANTED 3 girls st once to address elreu-
lurs. Apply Peoples Store. C 3!
WANTEIV-position by registered pharma
cist. References A-l. Address B 1,
Omaha Hee. A M323 S3
SITUATION wanted by custom cutter; city
or country. Anress, u 31 care or rsee.
A K6 21 x
GENERAL AGENTS-$7500 weekly easily
mane; experience unnecessary. Write
Manners Accident Company. les Moines,
J-MOct. 22 X
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
GOOD hand-made gardener's wagon, near.
1 y new toti.
Top delivery wagon $25.
Leather-top carriage $40.
Two fine traps.
Runabouts and top bugriea.
DKl'MMOM) CARRIAGE CO..
ISth and Harney. P 187 B3t
ELEGANT Stafnhope.- with rubber tires, at
. half price: also thee $1110 tup buggies
from the Sattley Mfg Co a stock, will o
at eacn. jonnson . uanfonh. 8. W
cor. 10th ana jones exs. P 686
K BALE-uriy mane, i.vu 10a, very
oiocsy, line woraer. iif.vjr nauung.
1 urner, 111 nu v pinn . r - j:. 1
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Bv a gentleman, one or ts
rooms, modern, preferably unfurnished
.,i.d at iullmUi. Address U sOL Bee.
It wht yu ft wheiyu
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
NICELY furnished parlor, with piano,
sleeping room adjoining; large room on
2d floor, with stationary bowl. 220 N.
19th. Tel. Red-1909. E M9E3
FURNISHED room for gentKmar.. private
family. 816 N. 18th St. . E 642 S2x
ROYAL HOTEL. European, 16th ch
DEWEY European hotel, 13th A Farnam.
WHY PAY HIGH PRICES at Installment
houses when you can get better goods
much cheaper here? We guarantee you
save 25. Terms: $26.00 worth, $100 a
OMAHA FURNITURE AND CARPET CO..
Between 12th and 13th on FarmmB7 i
VIENNA Hotel; private dining room5"
ROOMS and good board. $5 per week snd
up. Call 1617 Chicago St. K-Wl
Tel. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
NICELY furnished room for two Knt9
men, modern. U6 N. 25th. E 411 2ux
FIRST-claaa room and board for couple
or two gentlemen; all modern, with home
cooking and very reasonable prices can
at once and see for yourself at Iil4 Doug
las street. 'Phone Red .
modern. 624 S.
E 3S9 23 x
FURNISHED rooms, en suite, for light
housekeeping, from $2.50 a week up; also.
Sleeping rooms. 207 S. "'-.
brick. 421 N. 18th.
E M410 24 x
NEWLY furnished room, modern, in pri
vate family. 209 Ni26th.8t. E12
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
board . verandas, ample 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 street; large south
front room, with moaern oinvroitmxi,
good board. F 490 Oct. 15x
FRONT room with closet and alcove or 2
rooms en suite; board; private lanmy.
2223 Burt. tjtv 2ix
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
FOUR rooms, modern, parlor floor. 1509 S.
28th St. u miwi
TWO rooms on ground floor.
1130 N. 17th
G 884 23x
L)ni ICpC in all parts of the city. I
nUUOCO c. Meters & Co.. Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van Storage Co. pack.
move and store H. H. goods, storehouse,
1120-24 N. lath. Office, I6IIM1 Farnam.
Tel. 1569. V 982
WE . MOVE pianos.
Maggard Van & Stor
Oflice. 1713 Webstar St.
age co. 'i ei. ivn.
UnilCCC in all parts of the city. The O.
nUUJCa i,-. Davis Co.. 608 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance, Rlngwait. Barker Blk.
ROOMS, houses, stores.
Tlzard, 220 N. 234.
New (-room modern cottage; near school
and car; zv iarimer; oweei at
Best. 618 N. Y. Life. Tel. 1472. V M349
PIANO moving; lowest rates for reliable
service, lei. Ituo, uciimouer st Aiueuer.
2614 SU Mary's Ave., modern; $40.
4-ROOM house, modern, good repairs, $18.
32d ana wrigni aim. room ui. u hi
FOR RENT 7-room and 8-room houses.
all modern, near nign scnooi ana .reign
ton college; $30 and $32.50. Inquire at 607
N. 19th St. D 411
1641 S. 29TH AVE., modern. 2-story brick
dwelling, 9 rooms, racing nanscom rarK;
rent $40. Inquire 1116 S. 32d St. J. N.
Richards. D 628
FOR RENT 4 nice rooms; city water;
1521 N. l"tn Bt. slit. . ca.. saenman, mo
Paxton Blk. D-889
THE NEW HOUSE FURNISHINGS are
ready to snow. we carry me largest
stock In Omaha. We don't charge install
ment prices. This means a big saving to
vmi Terms: $6.00 worth. $1.00 a week.
OMAHA FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.
Between lztn ana 14m on rarnam 01.
FOR RENT New 6-room cottage; water.
gas and sewer, nne awn ana auuutt trees,
cemented basement and cellar under whole
house, one block from car. I pay water
rent and take care of lawn. Very choice
location, aext door to my own residence.
(Rent, $18. Wm. I. Klerstead, 4620 Flor
ence Boulevard. D 3u7
MODERN detached house eight rooms, with
bath, inquire n n. inn 01. u ouu
8-ROOM modern flat; close In; $3,760. 10-
room modern nouse, iu. (-room nouae,
$30. -Anson Co.. 420 Pxton
HOI'SE rooms; modern: new; $26; Z3rd
nd Boulevara; 1 diock do. v inran. 1 an.
D M360 22x
TWO new modern 8-room flats, oak finish.
2216 and 2218 Hurt dl, no eacn; reaoy ior
occupancy Oct. 1st. Inquire H. J. Byrnes,
2213 Burt St. D M353 24x
16 no 8-R. house, good condition, 1911 8. 21st
St. waiter ureen, n jvaruw;ii xm-iv.
fr-ROOM house, Hanscom park district.
miwiarn exceot Turnace. win pui in new
furnace if desired. Bee this- Garvin
Bros.. 16th and Farnam. D M4o2
8008 Hamilton. 5 rooms, $12.50.
2M3 Harney, 8 rooms. $17.00.
JOHN N. FKENilSK, orr. i'i-i' r. t.
D M408 28
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-STORY and basement 1003 Far-
nam; eievavor. ii . Via
WE have vacant a particularly aesiraoie
small omce wnicn rents ior aiu.uu ur
month. Price Includes heat, light, water
and Janitor service. It is located on the
in.,rih flnnr of The Bee building and is
just the thing for anyone wanting a n
ii.it. nfflce In the best office buildlug
town. R. C. Peters & Co., rental agejnts.
ground floor, Bee Bldg. A in
BUILDING, 916 FAR
TV,!. n..iMtn2 la 22. 186 feet, four stories
and basement. The basement is SUWI
feet, is cemented. The celling over the
basement has a brick vault and iron beam
conatruction, makelng the basement fire
proof. The flrat floor has a marble floor In
front and granolithic floor in rear. Iheie
Is a Urge burglar-proof vault and a power
elevator" The upper floors have windows
on three sides.
Address. The Bea Building Co.. C. C.
Rosewater. Secretary. Room 100 Bealo
IT you apply t once wa can glye anyone
desiring a large office space almost any
arrangement tW dslre. This space is
on the sixth floor of Tha Bee building.
w;th north light. R. C. Paters Co,
raaul ageut. ruuu4 Over, 'ai,.
v. A i"
of a Sale for What You Have
use Be Want Ait They retch Ihe buyers and male s.Ies
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
New six mom house and two acres
of ground (equal to 10 city lots). On Or
phanage road north of Benson. High,
sightly location; Just the place for garden.
mm ana stock. Easy terms, ev
$i00 down, and balance monthly.
f27.00 TO $300.00
Acre lots within walking distance of
South Omaha stock yards; high and sight
ly; only $50 down and balance 5 per month,
lou can raise enough on each lot to keep
300.00 TO $400.00
We have some acre lots in South Omaha,
one mile from Cudahy s. Each lot equal
to five city lots. Ground is ready to plant
N. P. DODGE & CO., 1614 Farnam,
BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME.
Finest grounds In the slate of Nebraska,
11H acres, 21 years' growth of choicest
varieties of evergreens and other orna
mental trees and shrubbery, sightly loca
tion, beautiful view, elegant largo, strictly
modern house, fine barn, yueen Anne style,
new carriage house, large greenhouses, ce
ment walks, stone and Iron and ornamental
hedge fences, everything strictly modern
and In flrsl-class condition, only 45 min
utes' ride from Omaha; will be sold for
less than one-third of cost. For full de
scription and further particulars call on or
address Riker & Chambers, Room 406, Bt-e
Bldg., Omaha, or Blair, Neb. RE 336
DESIRABLE COTTAGE HOME
$2,800 for 1918 Corby St. IF SOLD THIS
WEEK; new. well built, 6-room, modern
cottage, mantel and grate, under-feed
furnace, beautiful shade trees, permanent
walks, paved street, near boulevard and
conveniently located, handy to three car
lines; lot il',xVit ft., with double front
age; room to build another house on
north end of lot. Price Just reduced $2I0
for quick sale, and possession will be
given at any time.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 Farnam.
, RE 370 22
1113-1115 William St., 68x150 feet; two 12
room houses; have cltv water, sewer and
Inside water closets. Rent, $50 per month.
George & Co.,
1601 Farnam St.
RE M341 29
IF you want something cheap, and at the
same time good, look at this: 1817 Miami
St., 6-room cottage, city water, new roof
and paint, $!5t.no. on easy terms.
TL'RKINGTON, 602 BEE BLDG.
RE 3.18 22x
FOR SALE 8-room modern cottage In
Bemls Park. Any reasonable offer will
be considered. Address B 41, Bee office.
RE 394 23
WRITE for Illustrated pamphet describ
ing two ranches In the corn and alfalfa
belt, Willis Caldwell. Broken Bow. Neb.
CAB- Williamson Co.u-
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
tow prices; ten years time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. R., Omaha, Neb., Dept. "A."
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale 'and Retail.
BURGESS -GTAN DEN CO.,
RUSSttLX. FIXTURE CO.
$1$ South 15th Uk,,
FOR 8ALE Larg house, two barns and
two tun lots, on Nortn mn Bt., only
$4,600. This Is a bargain.
Room 1. New 'York Life Bldg.
FOR SALE Beautiful 12-room home near
West 40th St. Address 120, care Bee.
WE BUY. SELL AND TRADE
FARMS. RANCHES AND
CITY REAL ESTATE.
WEBSTER & MILLER,
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
FOR SALE FARMS
FOR SALE A fine farm of 146 acres; all
fine corn land except zu acres or pasture;
8 miles from a good market and miles
from Missouri Valley, la. Good Improve
ments. Will consider $3,000 In good In
come Omaha property. Price $tii.00 per
acre. Address Lock Box 675, Missouri
Valley, la. 600
This agricultural weekly goes to 60.000
homes of farmers and biock raisers, so if
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will And a buyer
among them. The cost of an advertisement
Is small 2 cents per word in small type, or
$2.80 per inch if set In large type.
IF YOU want to buy, sell rent or exchange
real estate or business QUICK see Comp-ton-Watta
Co., 6J6 Paxton Blk. Y 946
PARTY owning a large and rapidly growing
business of l3 years standing In this city
desires to place some of his stock on guar
antee of 7 per cent dividend per annum,
payable semi-annually. Address lot. Bee.
WE have run two of the most saccessful
general stores in southeastern Neb. fur
several years, with stocks staple, clean
and well kept in fact, the largest stores
and sales in either town, with liberal
Sruflts. After a recent sickness of 90
ays and other business plans, we will
sell either or both stores for cash, or
not over W cash, bal. clear Neb. land.
Stocks will invoice nbout $12,ouO each.
These are safe, well paying Investments
for live business man. Address 136, Bee.
WANTED Slocks ol any kind. What have
you? H. P. Boyce, Her Grand.
FOR SALE Bakery.
St., Council Bluffs.
TWO sots blacksmith's tools for sale; gas
engine, grinding outfit, disk sharpener;
shoeing stock In good shape. Must sell
by first of month on account of poor
health. Will rent cheap. Income, $1,500
a year. W. W. Wolie. Union, N'b.
HAVE $"00.00 to Invest In cigar store In
good location; state location, price and
terms In reply, B 33, care Bee.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-$30uO stock of
general merchandine In southeastern Ne
braska town; clean stock; good buxl
ness. Address B 35 Bee. Y M343 22x ,
WANTED A good farm hand: married
man preferred; constant employment. Ad
dress B 87, Bee. B-M375 22x
NEW brick budding to rent, best location
eastern Nebraska and good opening for
one or more lines. Address B 36. Bee.
FOR SALE Hotel furniture and lease;
a modern, up-to-date 40-room house, with
all modern Improvements, located in cen
tral Iowa, energetic city of 12.0(0 on 3
R. R. division points; doing good busi
ness, but good reason for selling. Ad
dress Box 187, Boone, la.
Y M399 OctSx
SHARPE MACHINE WORKS-ft-4-Cl Sou h
Tenth St., phoo 14. iisavy repairs ' d
rL4JeV v elA-OvrU
ACCORDION n1 SUNBURST
PLKATING, RUCHING, BUTTONS
Bend for price list and samples.
THE GOLUMAN PLfcAlING CO
200 DOUGLAS BLOCK. TEL. 193.
TRY KELLEY S LAUNDRY.
PHONE 701 and a man will call and tune
your piano, $2. Perfield Piano Co., 1611
Farnam. U 093
MAfiNPTlrtretra"i' oaths. Mm;.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths. 720 S. 13th,
FACTORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest rates for reflable service. Tel. 1628.
Schmoller & Mueller, piano makers.
LARSON & JOHNSON Cut rates to al
points. 14t Farnam. Tel. 1935. Membet
American Ticket Brokers' association.
Pianos delivered at oncer $1.00 weekly. ' All
music lessons free. JOIN NOW. P'rA1"
Piano Co.. 1611 Farnam St. U-997
IF YOU GET SOAKED at the Installment
stores the blame Is all your own. A com
parison with our prices will convince you
we uell at least 25 cheaper. Terms:
$J6.oo worth, $1.00 a week.
OMAHA FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.
Between 12tii and 13th on Farnam St.
U 358 21
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-oft cloth
ing; in iact, anything you ao noi 11c,
we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. lltn
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4135 and wagon will call.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba-
ljit-q uu.i uu ana aaopieu auh.
2216 Charles. Tel. 6311. U-998
WE RENT sewlnn machines, 75c week. We
repair all makes of machines; second
hand machines, $0 to $10. Neb. Cycle (.0.,
Tel. 1663. Cor. 15th and Harney. U 998
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Ramge Blk.
MALLETTS Cereal Coffee. healthful,
nourishing; best thing for Indigestion
15c per pkg. all grocers. U M204
DR. ROY, Chiropody. R. 2 & $, 1606
MRS. R. A. KEIjLER, 111 North 20th. has
returned from New York and will be
pleased to see her customers on or after
the 25th and show them the latest trim
mings, materials anil styles for afternoon,
eve nln g or street gowns. U 393 24x
FOR Women Only Dr. Raymond's Pills, for
delayed periods, absolutely reliable, per
fectly safe: no danger, nopain, no inter
ference with work; relief brought to thou
sands after everything else failed; highly
recommended by all that have used them.
By mail, $2. Dr. G. G. Raymond Remedy
Co., room 36, 84 Adams St., nicago, 111.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and Irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stamp. Dr. Pries, 1511 V Dodge St.,
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
dies; never falls; $2 postpaid. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 104
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no Injec
tions. ' Call br write for booklet. Quick
Cure Rupture Co.. 611 W. O. W. Bldg.,
LADIES with poor health will find It much
for their benefit, with trifle expense, to
correspond with Mrs. M. P. McCulloch, 410
W. 6th St., Atlantic, la. I have mado
such cases a specialty fnr many years
with the best success. Write your symp
toms and address plainly. Confidential.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
SALARY LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS.
EASY TO GET. EASY TO PAY.
WHEN YOU WANT
Why not go where you can get It cheapest
and from an old established firm who
handles their own money. Establish a
credit with them that will be of value to
you In the future. We loan on furniture,
plnlos, live stock and salaries. Small
WEEKLY or MONTHLY PAYMENTS,
which are suspended In case of sickness
or out of employment. I-aets are. we
want your business. Established 1889.
Duff Green Loan Co.
I and ( Barker Block. TEL. 4034.
Is loaned on furniture, pianos, live
stock and to salaried people upon
their own agreement to pay. Our
rales 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 Street.
Tel. 2295. 119 Board of Trade Bldg.
LOANS1 LOANS!! LOANS!!!
ON FURNITl RE. PIANOS AND SAL
ARIES. AT THE LOWEST RATES.
WESTERN LOAN CO.,
313-814 Neville Blk., Cor. loth & Harney Sts.
We have money to loan at a reasonable
rate on diamonds, pianos, household
- furniture or other good chattel securi
ties to parlies whose position In life re
quire thai such transactions be made
and held In strict confidence. Union Loan
and Investment Co., 213 Bee. Tel. 29u4.
BOWEN'S MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture pianos, horses, cows. Plain nole If
steadily employed. 7o3 N. Y. Ufj
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security; easy payments. Offices
in 63 'principal cities. Tolman, room 714,
New York Life Bldg. X-114
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry ; horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 S 13.
CHATTEL and SALARY LOANS.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
Tel. 746. ' i2 Paxton Block.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan CoT; 16o4 Farnam Bt. X-Iv9
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing, all business confidential. 1301 Dmighis.
MONEY loaned on furniture, sary.
hordes, etc.; half usual rates. Dr. Pnhne
Sow. room 214. at 209 8. 16th St. TeR-!
MORAND'S adult classes are now open;
lessons Tues. and Fri. 8. P- m.; 13 lessons,
ladies, $6: gentlemen. $7; former and blub
school pupils and college students. $4.
Tel. 1041 Private lessons dallv- -43 Oi t
HE8S SWOBODA. 141t Farnam. US
U UvNDKON. 161 Faroaxa.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES.
In French Spanish or German; learn to
speak In 8 lessons, business cnrresiMind
ence 60, to rend literature GUARAN
TEED. F. Peltier, 116 South 2th
CHATELAINE PCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
fUC MplJ GKRMAN, KPAMFII.
r r C V II Jjavidge Bldg.. 1Mb A Farm :i
E. D. KECK. Voice Teacher, Miss Joy
Keck, assistant and teacher of piano.
Studio, Davldge Bldg., 18th and Fur num.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTEI To buy fixtures and stock or
fixtures only of cigar store; give price In
reply. Address B 32, care Bee.
N SSS 74X
WANTED To buy a good work team. Ap
ply Corneer Bros., 24th and Dorcas
WANTED A traveling salesman ac
quainted with Clothing and general store
trade In Nebraska to represent a hat,
cap and glove house. None but experi
enced men need apply. Address B 3.
care of Bee. M404 22
Institute, tit N. Y.
MRS. JOHN R. MU8ICK., Osteopathy Phy
sician; office. Neville Blk. Tel. 2823.
GOLDMAN Pleating Co.. 200 Douglas Blk.
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow
Church Co., main fl., N. Y. Life. Phone 133.
J. M. Macfarland. 304 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. 1551
MEMORIAL CARDS; ar
tistic desisns. S. E. Cor.
LYNGSTAD16tn st- ,nd cPlto'Ave-
MME. BUDDHA, LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 So. 16th St., upstairs.
Resultful prediction absolutely given.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Sliver charm with monogram A. D.
W. Return to Bee office and receive re
ward. Lost 367 21
IF TOtJ do not find what you want In this
column, put an ad In and you will soon
get It. Z 98$
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNION STATION TENTU AND MARC V,
Overland Limited a :4 am a 8:18 pra
California Express a 4:10 rm a 930 am
California Oregon Ex.a 4:20 pm a 6:10 pm
North Platte Local a 7:60 am a 6:20 pm
Fast Mall a 8:55 am a 8:20 pro
Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
Beatrice Local b 8:16 tm b 1:80 pra
St. Louis Express (:$0 pm 1:20 am
Bt. iuls Local (from
Council Bluffs 1:15 am 10:80 pm
Shenandoah Lics.1 (from
Council Bluffs) 6:45 pm 1:90 pm
Chicago, Hock Ialaael . PactOe.
Chicago Limited a 8:38 am a 7:1$ am
Chicago Express a 7:36 am a 8:60 pm
Chicago Ex., Local bll:40 am a 4:30 pm
Des Moines Express.... 4:30 pm u:ouara
Des Moines Local 9:66 pm
Chicago Fast Express. .a 6:40 pm a 1:16 pra
Rocky Mountain Lim'd..a 7:20 am a 3:30 am
Colorado Express a 1:30 pm a 4:6o pm
Oklahoma & Texas Ex.a 4:30 pm all:40 am
Colorado Night Ex a 8:56 pm a 7:25 am
Chicago, Milwaukee at Bt. Paal.
Chicago Daylight Ex...a7:Mam all:M pm
California-Oregon Ex.. .a 6:46 pm a 8:10 pm
Overland Limited a 8:85 pm a 7:36 am
Local Chicago all :30 am 8:45 pm
Fast Mall ....a 8:28 pm 8:80 am
Da iii St. Paul .... a 7:6c vn 10:00 pm
Daylight Chicago a 8:ia. am 11.60 pm
Limited Chicago A 8:38 pm 9:16 am
Local Carroll - 4:8 nm 80 am
Fast St. Paul a, 8:ft.pro 7:05 am
Local Sioux C. dc St. P. o 3:60 pm 9:36 am
Fast Mall :60 pra
Chicago Express 4 5:6" pm a (:30ain
Norfolk Bonesteel ....a T:40 am 10 35 am
Lincoln & Long Pine ...B 7:10 am 10:36 pm
Casper ft Wyoming ....e 3 50 pm 6:15 pra
Dead wood ft Lincoln ....a 2:60 pro. 6:16 pra
Hastings-Albion 0 2:50 pin 6:16 pm
Des Id. ft Okobojl Ex... a 1:66 am a 1:30 pra
Chicago Express a 7:26 am alO.38 pm
Chicago Limited a 7:60 pm :n
Minn ft St. Paul Ex....b 7:25 am olb:8o pm
Minn, ft St. Paul Ltd. ..a 7:60 pm a 8:06 pa
St. Louis Express a 8:00 am a 1:80 am
K. C. ft Bt. Ik Kx all:16 pm a C:00 pra
C along o Great Wasters.
St. Paul ft Minn a 8:30 pm a 7:1$ am
Bt. Paul ft Minn a 7:46 am a 7:66 pm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm al0:30 am
Chicago Express a 6:06 am a 3:80 put
BURI-mOTOR! tTAT30BI IOTH ft MASON
Denver ft California a 4:10 pm a 3 to pm
Northweet Express ....11:10 pu 6.04 pra
Nebraska points a 8:50 am a 7:W pm
Lincoln Fast Mall.......b 2:67 pm al2:06 pm
Ft. Crook ft Flattatr.'th.b 8 68 pm al4 2C am
Bellevue ft Plattam tn..a 7:60 pm b 8:3 am
Hellevue & Pc Junc....al2:16 pm
Bellevue ft Pc. Juuo....a 3 am
Denver LImKed 7:10 am
Chicago Special a 7:26 am .....
Chicago Express a 4:1m pm a 3:66 pm
Chicago Flyer a 8:06 pm a 7:4 pro.
Iowa Local a 8:16 am al0:63 pm
Bt. Louis Express a 4:46 pm all :80 am
Kansas City ft St. Joe..al0:4b pm a 6:46 am
Kansas City ft St. Joe..a 8:15 am a t:i pm
Kansas City ft St. Joe. a 4:46 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT-loTH ft WEBSTER
Nebraska Ioal. via Tjeave, Arrive.
Weeping Water b 8:60 pm bl2:30 pra
Chicago, St. rant, Mlaaeanolls ft
Twin City Passenger.. . b : am b :1 pm
Bloux City Passenger.. .a 8:00 pm all:20 am
?l?Zi.J3 trjLi ..." n 6 46 bin b 9:10 am
ErnerBon Local ...
a dally, b dally
c 0.1a am u v.w m
except HunVy 1 dally
c Sunday only, dally
OLD RECLUSE PASSES AWAY
Aged German Rneenmba to Railroad
Injnrlee Has No Known
Cornelius Shlnerth, the aged German who
for many years lived the life of a recluse
tn a shack at Seventh and Jones streets
and was struck by a locomotive while pick
ing up coal last Sunday, died Wednesday
night at a hospital. Shlnerth was 74 years
of age and had no relatives here, so far as
anyone can learn. The body has been taken
care of by friends, who will bury the old
man at the Holy Sepulcher cemetery. Serv
ice will be held at the St. Mary Magdalene
church. Nineteenth and Dodge streets, Fri
When Shlnerth was taken to the surgeon's
room at the police station last Sunday Rev.
J. W. Btenson administered tha extreme
unction of the Catholic church.
Shlnerth was struck on tha bead and ribs
by the naTUsm
Theodore Roosevelt's article In the Oc
tober Pcrlbner's will be. entitled "A Colo
rado Bear Hunt." and will describe the
expedition which he made last April with
Dr. Alexander Imbert and Philip B. Stew
art. accompanied by John Goff and Jake
Borah, his guides and hunters. There were
also a psrfc of hounds, a Mg park train,
and horse wranglers and other attend
ants for a coming expedition In the moun
tains. The Illustrations are from tha pri
vate collection taken by Dr. Lambert and
Mr. Stewart. The president tells of a char
acteristic day's work during the expedi
tion. He says: "The first day's hunt from
the new camp was successful. We were
absent about eleven hours and rode some
forty miles. The day Included four hours'
steady snow bucking, for the bear as soon
as they got the chance went through the
big timber where the snow lay deepest."
From the artistic viewpoint, as well ns
that of fashion, the October Delineator
keeps the high standard it hss attained ss
a woman's magazine. Many pages afe
given to the styles of the month, addi
tional space being devoted to the New
York and Paris fashions, set forth with
chle and Individuality by Helen Rerkeley
Loyd and Edouard Xal Fontaine; and the
literary side, household toplrs and special
features are on an unusual plane of ex
cellence. Of widespread Interest to par
ents, teachers and all who lead or follow
In educational lines Is an exceptional ar
ticle. "Education for Life Through Living,"
by William H. Maxwell, superintendent of
New York city schools; N. Hudson Moore
writes Interestingly of old desks and sec
retaries, giving the hall marks that en
able the amateur to place them correctly;
Allan Sutherland tells the history of "On
ward, Christian 8oldlers," the hymn that
Is the Inspiration of the young; Clifton
Johnson takes the reader across the wild
coast of Devon Into the wilder country
that was Lorna Donne's. The title of an
other article, "Club Women and the Food
Question," shows something of how the
campaign Instituted in the Interest of pura
food haa spread. Pastimes for children
Include another chapter of "Bon Riley
Rabbit," that has delighted so many little
ones, suggestions for Hallowe'en amuse
ments, and other subjects of juvenile In
terest. "Isldro," hy Mrs. Austin, Is a story of
romance and adventure laid In California
In the old Spanish-American days, at the
time of the missions, with which period
Mrs. Austin Is well acquainted. As the
author of "The Basket Woman." "The
Land of Little Rain,' and contribution! to
the Atlantic Monthly, St. Nicholas and
other msgazlnes, Mrs Austin needs little
Introduction. Houghton, Mifflin ft Co. are
"The Millionaire Baby" ts a very clever
and Interesting detective story by Anna K.
Green. It deals with the disappearance of
the daughter of very rich parent and the
interest of the reader ts held from be
ginning to end. There Is a rather villain
ous but picturesque old doctor who adds
much to the Interest of the reader snd more
to the solution of the disappearance of
the child and her ultimate restoration, and
there are several other clever characters
In the story. Bobbs-Merrlll Co. are the
"The Opal" Is a story of Boston society
life which deals with characters and events
In an amusing and entertaining manner.
The novel Is written anonymously, which
adds to Its charm, as It Indicates more
strongly that the foundation of the story st
least must have been taken from real life.
The frontispiece Is also credited with being
a portrait taken from real life. The style
of the book Is direct and frank and It Is
predicted that the book will be one of the
season's favorites. Houghton, Mifflin &
Co. are the publishers.
"The Plum Tree," by David Graham Phil
Hps, Is a political story as well as a charac
ter study. The hero, Harvey Sayler, Is of
the ordinary type of the well-bred, good-ln
tentloned young man, for whom the polit
ical life has greater attraction than the
careers entailing hard work and small
gains. From an applicant for favors from
the party boss, one Domlnlck. he gradually
climbs until he becomes the prty boss him
self, meeting many of the obstructions of
political life on the way up. Besides Sayler
there are other characters who can be
found In real life. A love story Is Inter
woven which adds the finishing touch. Mr.
PhllTrjifl Is also the author of "The Cost,"
"Golden Fleece," etc. The book Is nicely
Illustrated by E. M. Ashe and published by
the Bobbs-Merrill company.
"Ellra." by Harry Pain, ts a book full of
American humor, although the setting Is
English, the scene being laid In London.
Ellxa is the wife of the young husband
who narrates his domestic and marital ex
periences. He is a "good fellow," with a
thorough appreciation of his own Import
ance and his wife's Inferior role. In true
American fashion Eliza comes out vic
torious In every clash of wills and conflict
of plans and manages her husband In such
a diplomatic way that he falls to see ha Is
being managed. Tha chapters are all short
and the book light and refreshing. Dana,
Estes A Co. are the publishers.
"The Cycle of Life" is the title of a series
of essays by C. W. Saleeby, which deal
chiefly with the ultimate fate of the sun,
moon and earth, the laws of gravity and
the ether, the wonders of the nebulae. The
style' Is fascinating, the language clear and
the subjects are treated In an open-minded
fashion, making; It a very readable volume.
It Is published by Harpers.
"The Pagan's Progress" Is a romance of
the days when the world was young hy
Gouverneur Morris. It Is a story of ele
mental Instincts and Is original In that
primitive man really lives and loves tn his
pages. There are scenes of adventure, war
fare, jealous and fierce revenge, as well as
touches of humor. There Is originality In
the Illustrations by John Rae and the type
Is In keeping with the originality of the
whole book. A. 8. Barnes ft Co. are the
Appropriate to the autumn season, the
September number of the Four-Track News
opens with an article by William T. Horn
aday entitled "In the Heart of an Autumn
Forest;" Kathleen L. Grelg writes of "The
White Sphinx;" Earl W. Mays describes
an Interesting alligator farm on the Indian
river; Austin Cook tells us something of
the youth of Abraham Lincoln, and Tru
man A. De Weese d.scrlbes how modern
skill Is utilizing the tremendous power of
Niagara. Many other features and num
erous Illustrations put the number, up to
the high standard set by the publisher.
An appreciation of Paul Morton and tha
Morton family as factors In western life I
a notable feature of the current number of
Donahoe's Magazine. The author ts Rev.
J. T. Roache, pastor of Bt. Mary's Cathollo
church. Nebraska City. Portrait of mem
bers of the ramlly and a photograph of
Arbor Lodge give the paper local color and
historic Interest. Another feature of the
number Is a detailed account of the recent '
Cathollo Total Abstinence convention at
Wllkeeharre, Pa., lavishly Illustrated. FIc.
tlon, poems, theatrical reviews and biogra
phies of people prominent In world aetlvU
ties complete a number of great Interest.
Above books at lowest retail M-loea.
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