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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1905.
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THE FALL TERM OF
nnw nnen rtv and nlsht. Yet it Is hot
too late to enter. Bruin now and set that
mental (Trill and discipline that will double
four earning capacity. Business, shorthand,
rewriting, telegraphy, normal and Eng
raft. Catalogue free. Address H. M.
Unylee, Pres., Boyles Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
CTrVBCR'Pl'1'1'- Omaha Plating Co.,
xwi - "1508 Ha
irnev BL Tel. 26.
CITY SAVINGS BANK pays 4 per rent.
TRT KELLY'S TOWEL SLTPLT.
ANTI-Monopoly Garbage Co., 621 N. 18th.
Tel. 177. R-791
CITT STB AM
m 8. inn st.
CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbln, 1500 Farnam. 'Phone 74.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Work", make a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutters doors and
mife. O. Andreen, Prop., 102 8. loth St.
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Iron and braaa castings. Sua Jackson. Tel.
SIGN PAINTING, B. H. Cola, 1302 Douglas.
SAP IRONS replated. 2Pc; three for boc.
Omaha Plating Co., 1608 Harne. Tel. 2S.JS.
HOLLOW BUILDING Se
quality. Cheapest price. Wentworth, 61
Paxon block. 'Phone 1672. B 651
MORGAN'S hall, 16th and Corby Sts. Rea
eonablo for private or strictly Invitation
affairs. Tel. 6124. R 327
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT, Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
CHEAP chicken fence, long fir timbers and
telephone poles. 901 Douglas. Q 801
MILCH COWS on easy terms.
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
If you want a bargain in steam filings call
and look over the following supplies:
1.8-Inch Austin horizontal separator.
1.8-Inch Austin's horizontal separator.
i.4-incn Austin's vertical separator.
i nese have been taken out on account of
chnagea in our steam plant and are In
good condition. Address Bee Building
Co., or see W. H. Bridges, engineer, Bee
Bldg., Omaha. Q 532
FOR SALE Two life scholarships on
Omaha business college. Address
Dwlght Williams, Omaha Bee, Omaha,
x OR SALE, about fifty feet ornamental
Kalvanized Iron cornice and ornamental
iron posts, suitable tor show window. Ap
ply superintendent ties uiag. w M&ie
FOR SALE New and second-band bUlard
easy foa.faientB. Send for catalogue.
livunrfwlck-Balke-Collender, 407. S. loth St.,
umana. y uz
1-DHAND safe cheap. Deright, 1U Far
nam. Q u4
J OR SALE Cheap, a lot of good second
hand glazed sash. Apply at 848 8. 18th St.
Lo STOVES to select from at low prices.
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410-1412 Dodge
btreet. y 803
1 OR SALE at a bargain, two bed springs
full size, good -condition. 3027 Chicago St
l OR SALE 2 Fuller ft Warren Heaters;
good as new; inquire at 633 South Twenty-second
street. Q M377 llx
BUCG1ES - STOVES - HARNESS
Two top buggies, two road wagons, one
surrey, at less than cost. Also full line of
h li nens, snd carload of heaters and ranges,
L.UING TO MOVE AND MUST DISPOSE
Of TlAEM. Ibl4 Chicago St.
O M 190 14
FOR private reasons party wishes to sell
his overcoat; full length. Imported Scotch
tweed: cost $40; wlil sell for $20. Address
C 2. Bee. Q 189 llx
l'OR SALE IVi miles street car track
rails; also feed cam equipped with good
trucks to run on truck; Just the tiling for
feed yards. Will sell cheap. Standard
Beet Sugar Co., Ieavltt, Neb.
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
FOR SALE A fine team of high-bred car
nage horses, chestnut sorrels. Inquire by
telephone 669. P M476
FOR SALE Gray- mare, 1.400 lbs., very
uiocay; una wuner; buiis neavy nauung.
Yurjitr, 36l!i and Center.
FOR SALE 100 head of fresh, well broke
native horses and mules, including busi
ness horses, wagon horses, drivers and
draft horses, matched and weighing l.tfuo
lbs. and up, at our barns at Pacific Junction,-la.,
20 miles out of Omaha. Call at
'loom 628 Bee Bldg. Tel. 17u3. Anderson
- Record Co. p 761
FOR SALE Very cheap Two carriages,
one phaeton; well adapted for country
use. Inquire at 807 N. 19ih St.
OOLF or park wagon, little used; rubber
tires, etc., for flu). Address C 48, Rue.
P MU8 13
ELEGANT Stanhope, with rubber tires, at
half price; also extension top carriage
from tha Battiey Mfg. Co.'a stork, at a
i'ig bargain. Johnson A Danforlh, 8. W.
Cor. I"th and Jones Bta. Pr
6t., Council Bluffs.
Address R., 10 Pearl
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
a hotel or restaurant see Hart Co., 401
W. Y. Ufa Y-8S7
I iTAVK a good location, for a good Imnle
n.ent ' slora in a town of six hundred
4U population. Address C 21, Bee ort're.
Oman. Y 947 13
FOR BALE Dry goods and clothing store
lit Aiimworth. Neb.; stock in good shape;
i cash, rest easy terms; owner wishes to
1 en re. Address Purdy Real Estate Co.,
liox 1C. Alnaworth. Neb. Y M297
PHYSICIAN Experienced, aged . wanta
Jooil location or partnership. Address C
7. Bee. . Y M9 9x
GOOD weekly newspaper and Job office at
a bargain; best location in city. Write
Die today. Wm. Madgelt, Hastings. Neb.
, Y M433 II
FOR SALE No. 1 etock, general mer
chandise. Addre&a, Box 14, Hastings,
Neb. Y 4j 13
(CLPMAN Pleating Co., 200 Douglas Blk.
IN FAMI-Uta, llUa filurd. 'Phons A-TTW.
WANTED MALE HELP
Omaha Commercial College
DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS.
Catalogue free to any address.
Address; H.OHRBOLGH BROS ,
19th and Farnam Sts.
DIU'O stores bought and sold. Drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Knlest. 6.'4 N. Y. L.
MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing
trade; great demand for graduates, H-ta
day; many complete course two months;
graduates admitted to union and Master
Plumbers' association. Coyne Bros. Co.
Plumbing Schools, New York. Cincinnati
and St. Louis. Day and night class.)
For frte catalogue address 23 10th Ave.
New York. B-810
A POSITION guaranteed or no pay. If
you are In need cf a position, call and
have a "heart-to-heart" talk with HART
THE EXPERT, 401 N. Y. Life. B 811
WANTED Telegraph operators and sta
tion agents. Salary, too to $60, according
to location and ability. Apply in person
or by letter to E. J. Little, Bupt. Telgli.,
U. N. Ry.. St. Paul, stating anility and
B M741 OI0
WANTED City salesmen at once. C. F.
Adams Co.. 1619 Howard St. B 949
WANTED Watchmaker, good engraver
and salesman. Ed J. Nlcwohner, Colum
bus, Neb. B M784
WANTED at once a neat and polite boy
about 17 years old for stock work in cloak
department. Apply People's Store.
- B M318
WANTED Reliable boys; good wages. A.
T T. . a I 1 . Y- n M A. VK
COMPOSITORS WANTED Good Job print
ers, stonemen ana blank Dook neaaing
men; steady work. $19.60 for 64 hours.
Only reliable men wanted. Write at once.
GEORGE D. BARNARD at CO.,
St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED Ten plasterers; twenty-five
building laborers. D A D institute, Coun
cil Bluffs. B-M410 12
PAPER Rt'LERS-Wanted. a first-class
paper ruler; steady position. State ex
perience and wages. Address I. H. Watts,
Superintendent, Atchison, Kas. '
AT ONCE Assistant manager for branch
supply omce and headquarters for sales
men; no investment required; permanent;
salary 18 weekly; commission extra. Ad
dross Manufacturer, Coino Block, Chi
cago. B M123 9x
WANTED Gordon press feeders, A. I,
Root. Inc. 1210 Howard St. B 448
WANTED Brick handlers and laborers at
brick yard, Avery, Neb., two miles south
of Albright street car line, on Union Pa
cific railroad. B M498
CALL and see If you are competent and
desire a position. It costs you nothing if
I fail to place you.
Good driver for dairy.
Window trimmer, best of salary.
Clothing solicitor, city.
Hart, the Expert, 401 N. Y. Life.
WANTED Energetic real estate salesman;
new proposition. Apply Room 232, Neville
block B MS34 10
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Fall
is the time. Position waiting graduates.
Little expense more experience In one
month than elsewhere In years. Few
weeks completes. Call or write, -Motor
Barber College, 1116 Farnam St.
WANTED At once, assistant bookkeeper;
must be accurate and good penman. Ad
dress C S3, Bee. B M406 10
WANTED 60 men to work on farm; wages,
16c per hour. Apply Standard Beet
Sugar Co., Leavltt. Neb. B M672 14
WANTED A No. 1 mandolin, violin and
guitar teacher of good address and sober;
salary, 220 per week. Transportation
furnished; steady employment. Writs
Berlin Conservatory of Music. Oreeley,
Colo. B-M870 10X
WANTED for Neb a few experienced
salesmen for old line life Insurance com
pany; must give good reference; liberal
. contract to right man. 8. H. Labbe,
District Manager. Illinois Life Insurance
Co., Bancroft. Kan. B M685 9x
, stenographer preferred,
one who Is a
Call 2569 Leav
WANTED A good barber; 212 per week
guaranteed; steady Job. Address. C. L.
Arthurs, Cozad, Neb. B M687 lOx
WANTED FEMALE HELP
80 WORKING girls. Canadian Office, 15th
and Dodge. C 812
LADY agents and traveling men to sell
new patented articles without competi
tion; good money made by right party.
i an or panress room hjo, crown Dlock,
Omaha, Neb. C 334
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; good wages; no washing. 2416
Farnam. C M346
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
must have references. Only two In
family. Call, morning, 313 North 20th SL
WANTED Cook and second girl; sisters
preferred; also a coach. nan. lu02 So. a.'d
Ave. C M335 10
WANTED Extra salesladies at once, for
our cloak and suit dept. Apply, H. Swan-
son, Nebraska eioining to. u 368 I2x
WANTED Young girl 16 or 17 years old
to assist in general house work. No
cook; no washing; small family. 3402
Harney St. C 358 12x
LOST At Ak-8ar-Ber. Fair grounds a gold
a t i i . ...... v. n i in v..
niuumru i.in uiviii. r uiuci will UQ
liberally rewarded by returning same to
X 1 DHttl 3UU, l-,nUIABK V,1UI!11B t O.
WANTED An experienced laundress. Ap
ply to Mrs. Arthur C. Smith, 1303 Park
Ave. j UJDS
LADIES To sell preventative to ladles;
send 26 cents for sample, mailed In plain
wrapper, jn. 1. L.O., ui SKI Ave.. Hrook
iyn. N. x. C M6S6 vx
WANTED Good girl for general' house
work. 1711 Dou&Tas. C M411
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. F. D. Hochstetler, 416
8 38th St. C417
GIRL for general housework. 2122 Burt
St. C M426 llx
WANTED A good, reliable girl for general
housework; good wages. Mrs. T. H. Mc
Cague. 114 N. 24th Su Tel. A-3242.
C 462 9x
GIRL for general housework. 3126 Chicago.
C 458 9
WANTED First-class cook to go to
Kansas City refi-rences. 'Phone Black
14S4. for Information. C 447
COMPETENT girl, In
must be good cook.
family of three.
Wages. $5. 116 N.
GIRI, for general housework; no washing;
good wagrs. Inquire 604 8. 36th St.
C M468 10g
LADY with office experience, stenographer
preferred, for confidential position; out of
Crockery saleslady; must know her busi
ness. Hart, the Expert, 401 N. Y. Life. -
WANTED Woman to clean house one
day each week. Call 641 So. 36th Ave.
C M642 10
WANTED Position by experienced collec
tor; can give best of references. Ad
dress C 49. Bee. A M437 9x
AT LIBERTY after October 15 Hotel
manager. 17 years' practical experience,
or will take stewards position at satis
factory salary. Addreaa C 67, Bee oftloe.
A M6ot x
WANTED Position as manager or day
clerk In first-class hotel by competent ex-
Krlenced hotel man; good references. C
care Bee. A M640 lOx
- AGENTS WANTED
LIVE agents wanted In small towns to
handle new patent article. Call or ad
U!3 8. 26ta Ave. . - J-Mli 5
The wise advertiser uses the newspaper that will
reach the people he is after. Bee Want Ads have
more readers than any other newspaper.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
ROYAL HOTEL, European, lth ft Chlcag
DEWEY European hotel, 13th & Farnan.
VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
ROOMS and good board, 25 per week and
up. Call 1517 Chicago St. E 818
Tel. 611 O. M. E. Haul 1 runks
NEWLY furnished room, modern, In pri
vate family. 309 N. 26th St. E 412
ROOMS 1906 Capitol Ave.
E 415 10X
TWO single well furnished steam heated
rooms for gentlemen: also three house
keeping rooms; modern. 2234 Farnam
Flat . E M446 9x
DESIRABLE rooms. 1817 Capitol Ave.
FRONT room with alcove, 634 S. 26th Ave.
E 460 9x
FINE room, new brick, modern, close in;
'phone 421. N. lSth St. E 457 1
T.A t?rsin mnnv fmnt room mnrlprn fltlA
location. Apply. 614 N. 23d. 'Fhone Red
4864. E 456 10
NICE room, strictly private family, elec
tric lights, furnace heat, reference re
quired. 1921 St. Mary's Ave. E M500 10x
NICE furnished rooms, all modern, with
phone. 624 8. 20th St. E M499 lOx
NICELY furnished room, all modern. 2563
Dodge St. E M615 lflx
THREE or four nicely furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 2018 Davennnrt.
PARLOR for rent, also sleeping and light
housekeeping rooms; modern. 207 South
Twenty-fourth stre-et. E M562 lOx
FURNISHED rooms; modern conveniences,
with use of phone. Phone Douglas b.Jb.
2224 Chicago. E-M646 10x
HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping rooms; also
B unfurnished rooms; moderate rent, i.ii
Jackson St. E M677 lOx
PLEASANT east room for man and wife.
or two gentlemen; family table. C i, care
Bee. E 680 llx
BEAUTIFUL south front; meals If desired;
can accommodate two or four gentlemen;
private home. C 60, care Bfe. E 678 llx
PLEASANT room, private family; refer
ences. 509 8. 25th Ave. K 681 llx
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 818
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney; nice rooms; good
board; also day board or tickets; rates
reasonable. F 490 Octl5x
THE BEST of board and largo south room
for two refined young men. 627 Park
Ave. F-367 9
BOARD and rooms, 614 N. 19th.
ROOM and board. In private family. 108
. z&tn Ave. fliam in
A LARGE southeast room, with board.
2669 Farnam. Tel. Red 6261.
F M673 lOx
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
TWO unfurnished rooms for light house
keeping. 1322 B. Z&th Ave. U M5 X
TWO rooms for light housekeeping, on
ground floor. 1J20 N. 17th St. G 466 9x
FOR RENT HOUSES
6-ROOM flat for rent, all modern except
heat. Inquire at Crlsman & O'Briens,
II 16 euru IJ ft 1 aim 10
4623 DOUGLAS ST., 7 rooms, brick resi
dence, porcelain bath, furnace 330; va
cant about Oct. 15.
U D. SPALDING,
Tel. 230. Omaha Nat'l Bank.
. D M595 17
MODERN house, close In, 209 8. 25th Ave.;
newly painted and repaired; rent 233.
2021 Locust, 7-room house; bath, gas; $23;
newly painted and papered.
614 S. 30th St., vacant October 15; bath, gas;
3116 Franklin, 6-room cottage; city water,
cistern; J 10.
J. H. HOWARD,
Phone 38$, 937 N. Y. Life.
D M678 9
DESIRABLE 6-room cottage, 212. 1515 8.
25th St. D M676 9x
7-ROOM modern house, nearly new; laun
dry, good -sized yard. 112 8. 35th St.
Rental 140 per month.
2624 Caldwell St., 8-room, modern house
$26 per month.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 FARNAM.
D M501 10
A STRICTLY modern new house of 7
rooms, $28.60. 4027 Hamilton St.
D M479 llx
NINE-ROOM modern house; rent. $30; 130$
rv. ;(,m tri. v. corner :tiin ana Caldwell);
two large lots with property; references
1909 California St., 7 rooms, $20: good re
pair. WALTER BREEN. 416 KARBACH BT.TC
PIANO moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. 1628, Schmoller & Mueller.
FOR RENT Modern 14-1 00m tirick dwell
lug. 19th and Leavenworth; In good order.
Just papered and painted throughout;
steam heat. Milton Rogers 6 Sons Co.,
14th and Farnam Sts. D 951
FOR RENT Ne,w modern 7-room cottage,
33d and Marcy; ready Oct. 15. 'Phone 6786.
UnlTCF'0 all parts of the city. R
llUUJUJc, peters J Co., Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van A Storage Co. pack,
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse,
1120-24 N. 19th. Oftlcc, 1511 Farnam.
Tel. 1538. D 821
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age CO. Tel. 1416. Offlce. 171$ Webster St.
14 ICC C in all parts of the city. The O.
nUUOCJ y, Davis Co.. 608 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance, Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
FOR RENT 3-room modern house, except
furnace. 806 N. 30' h XI., .").
4 nice large rooms, Lu21 N. ImIi St., $12.
C. M. BACH. MANN.
438 Paxtou Blk. .
7-ROOM. all modern houae, N. E. corner
22d and Ohio; hot water heat, $2.kJ0.
Turklngton. 602 Bee Bldg. D 419
For Rent 3-room atrlctly modern house;
well built and warm. 1340 8. 27th. Open
afternoons. J. C Selden, 407-409 8. li'lh
St. D M442
FOR RENT Nicely furnished 3-room
house. Address, C 61. Bee. ' D 454
TWO new, S-rooin. modern fists, oak fin
ish: now ready for occupancy; close to
Crelghton college and school. 2216 Burt.
Apply H. Byrnes, 2213 Burt. D 388 9
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow
Church Co., main floor, N. Y. L. Tel. 133.
J. U. Idacfarlanu. $04 N. Y. I Bid. Tel. 1553
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
JLOSE IN BARGAIN
66R St. Mary's Are. This - Is a good -room
house, has gss, city water, bath,
closet, etc., nice mantel; beautiful corner
lot. with nice shade trees. This house
cost over 14,250 to build. We will sell
the house and lot for 33,750. You don't
want to let a chance like this go by.
RE M474 10
212 SOUTH 14TH.
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail.
BURGESS -GRANDEN CO,
F. M. RUSSELL FLXTURE CO.
213 South 15th St.- Telephone 681.
WE BUY, SELL AND TRADE
FARMS, RANCHES AND
CITY REAL ESTATE.
WEBSTER A MILLER,
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK BLDO.
RE 695 Oli
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten years' time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. R., Omaha, Neb., Dept. "A."
CHAS-Williamson Co.0, Vi-ti?-
WE OFFER TO DEALER8
60,000 acres of choice wheat lands In south
eastern Asslnlbola In blocks of from 6,000
to 30.000 acres at prices which will allow
a large margin of profit to the retailer.
These lands aie splendidly located. In well
settled districts, and are the finest wheat
lands In the world. There is no quloker
selling proposition on tha market today.
NORTHWEST LAND & TRUST CO.,
RE M503 lOx
FOR 8ALE Large house, two barns and
two full lots, on North 18th St., only
14,500. This Is a bargain.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
FOR SALE Beautiful 12-room home near
West 40th St. Address 120, care Bee.
OMAHA REAL ESTATE AUCTION CO.
232 Neville block, will sell your real es
tate, or any kind of property at public
auction. We also transact a general real
estate, rental and Insurance business. Our
central location brings us many Inquiries
dally from those desiring to buy or rent.
'I'hone 6878. . R&-M633 16
WRITE for Illustrated pamphlet describ
ing two ranches In the corn and alfalfa
belt. Willis Cadwell, Broken Bow. Neb.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EASY TO GET,
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 furni
ture, pianos, live stock and salaries; small
WEEKLY or MONTHELY. PAYMENTS,
which are suspended Incase of sick
ness or out of employment. T"acts are, we
want your business. Established 1889.
Duff Green Ldah'Ca '
8 and 9 Barker Block.
I -t T X-S32
Is loaned on furniture, pi-nos, live
stork and to salaried - people upon
their own agreement to pay. Our
rates ate 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.,
8u6 South 16th Street.
Tel. 22?5. 119 Board of Trade Bldg.
Every man In Omaha getting a salary, call
at our office and get all the money you
want on your plain note. A written guar
antee will be given you not to entorce
payment through your firm.
COME AND SEE US FIRST,
whether you borrow or not. Our rates axe
the lowest in the city. You can pay
ua back in easy weekly or monthly pay
ments, to suit yourself.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., .
Rooms Su7-3u6, Paxton Block.
LOANS1 LOANSl! LOANS!!!
ON FimNITURE. PI A NO 8 AND SAL
ARIES AT THE LOWEST RATES.
WESTERN LOAN CO.,
331 Neville Blk., Third Floor, Cor. loth and
Harney Sts., Tel. 8519. X 834
We have money tu loan at a reasonable rate
on diamonds, pianos, liousenold furniture
or other good chattel securities to parties
whose position in life require that sucn
transactions be made and held In strict
confidence. Union Loan and Invest
Co., 212 Bee. Telephone 2904. X HJa
BOWEN'S MONEY Easy t6 get on furni
ture, planus, horses, oows. plain note if
steadily employed. 703 N, Y. Life.
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security; easy payments. Offices
In 63 principal cites. Tolman, Room 714,
New York Life Bldg. X.-637
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 819 S IX
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Tel. 745. 632-3 Paxton Block.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., 1504 Farnam St, X 40
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all bublness confidential. 1301 Douglas.
MONEY loaned on furniture, salary,
horses, etc.: half usual rates. Dr. Prlbbe
now, room 214, at 208 8. 16th St. Tel. B-2964.
PRIVATE PARTY will loan on furniture,
pianos, horses and salaries. Address C lL
care Bee. X-M773
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES.
In French. Spanish or German; learn to
speak In 25 lessons, business correspond
ence 60, to read literature 65 GUARAN
TEED. F. Peltier. 116 South 20th.
CHATELAIN SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
rnc M f IJ German, Spantsn, Kenclng.
r r.CmVriDvluge Bldg., lsin arnA
H. A. 8TURGE8. registered attorney: pat
ents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
lets successful, 617 N. Y. Life, Omaha.
SHARPE MACHINE WORKS. 10th and
Jackson; patents procured; Inventions de
veloed; di awing, palUraa, casting", ma
iUue work, -HUU
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
ing; In fact, anything you do not 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.
Pianos delivered at once, $1 00 weekly. All
music Irssons free. JOIN NOW. Perfleld
Piano Co., 1611 Farnam St. IT 865
ACCORDION an SUNBURST
PLhATING, RUCHING, BUTTONS
Send for price list and samples.
THE GOLDMAN PLhATINGCO
100 DOUGLAS BLOCK. TEL. 1936.
TRY KELLY'S LAUNDRY.
'PHONE 701 and a man will call and tune
our piano, $2. Perfleld Piano Co., lU
MA fi N P Tl H treatment A baths. Mtr
UltUMCIi Smith, 118 N.ifi, 2d fl .r.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths, 720 8. 1.1th.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement: up to date and reliable. 2319 8.
13th St., Omaha, Neb. U 293 OclSOx
FACTORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest rstes for reliable service. Tel. 16&.
Schmoller & Mueller, piano makers.
LARSON JOHNSON Cut rates to all
points. 1406 Farnam. Tel. 1935. Member
American Ticket Brokers' association.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gardell,
2216 Charles. Tel. 6311. . U 854
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 855
PRIVATE home during confinement; babies
adopted. The Good Samaritan Sanltxrlum,
728 First Ave., Council Bluffs, la. Tel. 774.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Ramge Blk.
MALLETTS Cereal Coffee, healthful,
nourishing; best thing for Indigestion
15c per pkg. all grocers. U MS57
DR ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & 8, 1506 Farnam.
C. L SMITH, city manager of the Natlonxl
Mutual Fire Insurance company, is In the
old Union National bank rooms, on the
northwest corner of Dodge and 15th
, streets. U M331 10
DR. JACKSON. Room 4, Frenser Block.
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
recommended by all that have used them.
By mail, $2. Dr. G. G. Raymond Remedy
Co., room 35, 84 Adams St., Chicago, III.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and Irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stamp, Dr. Pries, 15114 Dodge St.,
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for .la
dles; never falls; $2 postpaid. . Sherman A
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 368
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no Injec
tions. Call or 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 made
such cases a specialty for many years
with the best success. Write your symp
toms and address plainly. Confident!!.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-8TORY and basement. 1003 Far
nam; elevator. 814 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 Ben building and Is
Just 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 22x185 feet, four stories
and basement. The basement is 22x133
feet, Is cemented. The celling over the
basement has a brick vault and iron beam
construction, making the basement fire
proof. The first floor has a marble floor In
front and granolithlo floor In rear. There
Is a large burglar-proof vault and a power
elevator. The upper iloors have windows
on three sides.
Address, The Bee Building Co., C. C.
Rosewater, Secretary, Room W0, Bee Bldg.
I 5 up
STORE FOR RENT
$30 per month for store room. 20x60 feet.
2127 Farnam St. Newly papered and
GEORGE & CO., 1601 FARNAM.
I M247 10
DENTIST can rent a line office with north
light. In the Bee building, dividing wait
ing room and expense of office boy and
telephone with doctor of established prac
tice. Kant, $20 per month. R. C. Peters
& Co., Rental Agent-, Ground Floor Bee
Bldg. I M346
Drug, grocery, meat market; built as a
department store; separate If necessary.
Also bakery and laundry rooms, with par
lor. Ttiard. 220 No. 23d. I M367 N4
FOR SALE FARMS
640 acres near St. Edwards. In Boone
county. Neb.; 400 acres under cultivation,
balance meadow and pasture; good Im
provements: 2 wells, windmills, etc. Price,
$46.00 per acre, $13,800 In cash, balance 10
years at 5 per cent.
Several good Improved quarter sections In
Boone county and Nance county on very
For further Information call or write to
GEORGE ft CO..
1601 Farnam St., Omaha.
This agricultural weekly goes to 60.000
homes of farmers snd 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 3 cents per word In small type or
$2.80 per Inch If set In large type.
MME. BUDDHA, LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 8. 16th St., upstairs.
Resultful prediction absolutely given.
MRS. O'NEAL (colored), palmist snd ad
viser. Tel. Red 6161. 2214 N. 21st
LADY CELESTA", palmist and clairvoyant,
tells about business, speculation, law suits,
marriage, love affairs, alrknesa and ab-
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith 4 Co., 1320 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne lnvestmnt Co.
GARVIN BROS.. 104 Farnam. City loans
at lowest rates; no delay; get our terms.
BUILDING loans on residence property; I
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Rik.
LOWEST RATES Bemls,
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1520 Douglas
$l.nno.nro TO LOAN on business snd resi
dence property In Omsha; lowest rates : no
delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y. I.lfe.
WANTED City loans. R.
C. Peters A Co.
FARM and cltv loans: lowest rates. W. H.
Thomas, 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. lfi.
IXDANS on Omaha Improved property, or
to build with: csn psy It back In monthly
payments. Hastings ft Hevdcn. IfionVj
Farnam St. W 52
.WANTED TO RENT
WANTED to rent, farm of 10 to 15 acres,
with 4 or 6-room house, near car line.
Address C 40, Bee. K M366 9x
WANTED Elcht or nine-room house with
modem Improvements. In Hanscom park
or West Farnam district. Excellent refer
ences. Address K, care Bee office.
WANTED BOARD Gentleman snd wife
desire room and board In private family
within walking distance of city hall. Ad
dress, stating terms, C 64, Bee.
JOHNSON Institute, 615 N. Y. Life. Tel.
MRS. JOHN R. MVPICK. Osteopathy Phy
sician. Office, Neville Blk. Tel. 2823.
HERS ft SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam. 877
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam.
PRINTIMC. MEMORIAL CARDS; ar
r nll'l I ItNt-J tlBllc deanna. S. E. Cor.
LYNGSTADl6th st- and cp"'Ave.
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column, put an ad. In and you will soon
get it. Z 983
SHARPE MACHINE WORKS. 604-612 South
Tenth St.. 'phone 1845. Heavy repairs and
rebuilding. -312 17
WANTED TO BUY
MEMBERSHIP In Omaha Grain exchange,
if cheap. Telephone 1703. N 118 12x
PROPOSALS FOR FRESH VEGETA
BLES. Office Purchasing Commissary, U.
8. army, Omaha, Neb,, October 2, 1906.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be re
ceived here until 11 o'clock a. m. central
standard time, October 17, 1905, and then
opened publicly for furnishing and delivery
of such quantities of potatoes and onions
as may be required by the Subsistence
Department at Oninha, Neb., Forts Crook.
Niobrara, and Robinson. Nebraska; Fort
Meade, South Dakota; Forts D. A. Russell,
Mackenzie and Washakie. Wyoming. Pro
posals will also be received and opened by
the commissaries at Forts Robinson and
Niobrara, Nebraska; Fort Meade, South
Dakota; Forts D. A. Russell, Mackenzie,
and Washakie, Wyoming, until 10 o'clock
a. m., mountain standard time, each Com
missary receiving proposals for Ills own
post only. The right Is reserved to reject
any or all proposals In whole or In part.
Blank proposals and specifications, showing
In detail the articles and quantities re
quired, and giving full Information as to
conditions of contract, will be furnished on
application to any of the above mentioned
officers. Envelopes should be marked "Pro
posals for Fresh Vegetables, to be opened
October 17, 9(i5," and addressed to the un
dersigned or commissary at post authorized
to receive proposals. T. B. HACKER,
Captain, Commissary, U. 8. Army.
CONSTRUCTING QUARTERMASTER 8
Office. Fort Des Moines, la., October 7,
1905. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will
be received here until 11 a. m., standard
time. November 6, 1Si5. for furnishing and
installing electric light fixtures, watt
meters, and transformers, and wiring for
electric lighting, In public buildings at Fort
Des Moines, la. Information furnished on
application. United States reserves right
to accept or reject any or all proposals, or
parts thereof. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be Indorsed. "Proposals for
Electric Light Fixtures, etc.," addressed
L. Hardeman, Q. M.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Omaha, Nebraska, October 3, 1906. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received hero until 10
a. m., central standard time, November 2,
1905, for the construction of a Bakery at
Fort Robinson, Nebraska. Full Information
furnished on application to this offlce,
where plans and specifications may be
seen, or to the Q. M.. Fort Robinson, Ne
braska. Envelopes containing proposals
to be marked "Proposals for Bakery," and
addressed to M. GRAY ZALINSKI. Major
and Quartermaster, U. 8. A.
O 6-6-7-9 N 1-3
FORT MEADE. S. D.. SEPTEMBER 23.
1905. Sealed proposals in triplicate, for
window screens, storm sash and storm
vestibules, for six public buildings at Fort
Meade, S. D., will be received here until
2 p. m., October 13, 1906. Information fur
nished upon application. U. S. reserves
right to accept or reject any or all pro
posals or any part thereof. Specifications
may be seen by application to the Quarter
masters at Saint Paul, Omaha, Saint Louis,
and by application to this office. Envelopes
containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for screens and storm sash for
public buildings, Fort Meade. S. D .," ad
dressed MAJOR GEO. K. HUNTER. Con
structing Quartermaster. 826-6-7-8 O9&10
0. M. E. TEL 611
MESSENGERS AND BAGGAGE
OPEN DAY AA1 NIGHT.
OMAHA MESSENGER & EXPRESS CO.
1013 FARNAM 6T.
RAILWAY TIMt CARD
UNION STATION TKTII AND MARCY
Overlsnd Limited a 8:44, am
California Express a 4:10 rra
California ft Oregon Ex. a 4:20 pm
North Piatt Local a 7:60 am
Fast Mall a 8:66 am
Colorado Special a 7:46 am
Beatrice Local 1:15 c
Chicago, Rock Island A Pacli
Chicago limited a 3:36 am
Chicago Express a 7:86 am
Chicago Ex.. Local bll:iam
Des Moines Express.. ..a 4.10 pm
Des Moines Local
Chicago Fast Uxpresa..a 6:40 pot
Rocky Mountain Lira u. a 7:20 am
Colorado Express ...... .a 1:30 pm
Oklahoma at Texas Es.a 4:30 pm
Colorado Nlsht Ex.. a t.U sin
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Lincoln ft Lo". r'lne ...o 7:10 am
Casper ft Wyoming ,.,.2 U
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RAILWAY TIME CARD
Chicago Fixpress a 7:26
Chicago I.tmMed a 7:M
Minn ft Si. 1'aul Fl ...b 7:26
Minn. A St. Paul Ltd. ..a 7 60
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K. C. ft 8t. L. Kx all 16
Chicago, MllwaeVee ft St.
Chicago Dayi'.ght Ex. ..a 7:
Callforifla-tirrgon Kx...al 46
Overland Limited a 8:35
St. Louis Express
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8t. Paul ft Minn
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North weet Express ...
Lincoln Fast Mall
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Hellevue ft Pac Juno...
Bellevue ft Pac, Juno...
Bt. Louis Express
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Kansas City ft St Joe..
Kansas City t tt- Joe,
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Nehraaka Local. TVa Utn. Arrtra
Weeping Water b 8:6ft pm M3:30 p
Cblcaao, St. Paal Mlaaeapolla ft
Twin City Passenger. ..b t t am b f :1 n
Sioux City Passenger. ..a :00 pm all:20a
Oakland Local o 6:46 Dm b 9:10 am
Emerson Local o 8:45 am 0 6:00 pm
a daily, b dally except Sunday, 1 dallf
except Saturday, o Sunday only, dallj
A REMARKABLE EXPERIMENT
Can One Instantly "Project Hint self
Into the Presence of st Distant
In an article on "Mysteries of the Human
Mind." In PuMlo Opinion. H. Addlngtnn
Bruce describes the attempt of an English
clergyman named Clarence Godfrey to
"project himself" Into the presence of a
friend at a distance. The attempt wns
made on the night of November IB, isse.
and Is thus described by Mr. Bruce:
The result of his attempt, as described In
the account written out at his request by
the "preclplept," who, It should perhaps be
added, had had no Intimation of tha experi
ment, was as follows: "Yesterday viz.,
the morning of November 16, 1886 about 8:30
o'clock, I woke up with a start and an Idea
that some one had come Into the room. I
heard a curious sov.nd, but I fancied It
might be the birds In the Ivy outside. Next
I experienced a strange, restless longing to
leave the room and go downstairs. This
feeling became so overpowering that at last
I arose and lit a candle and went down.
thinking that If I could get some soda water
It might have a quieting effect. On re
turning to my room I saw Mr. Godfrey
standing under the large window on the
staircase. Ho was dressed In his usual
style, and with an expresslosi on his facn
that I have noticed w-hen he has been look
ing very earnestly at anything. He stood
there, and I held up the candle and gased.
at him for three or four seconds In utter
amazement, and then, as I passed up the
staircase, he disappeared. The Impression
left on my mind was so vivid that I fully
Intended waking a friend who occupied the
same room as myself, but remembering
that I should only be laughed at as roman
tic and Imaginative, I refrained from doing
Arguing from analogy, it was held by
those advancing the telepathlo hypothesis
that the mind of a dying person In revert
ing to a distant friend conveyed to the
friend's mind a distinct Impression which
took the form of a vivid visual hallucina
tion. To the reply that the apparitions wero
by no means uniformly coincident with the
moment of death, and not infrequently oc
curred only after a lapse of several hours.
It was deemed sufficient to point to StsSd
cases as that of Rev. Mr. Godfrey as Illus
trative of similar deferment of experi
mental hallucinations. In the Godfrey cass
the "willing" begun at 10:45 p. m. cn tht
night of November 15. and lasted only elghl
minutes, after which Mr. Godfrey fell
asleep; whereas. It was not until 8:30 a. m.
of the following morning that the halluci
natory vision appeared to the "percipient."
THE SENATE OF BUSINESS
Roll Call of Members of Onr Finan
cial Oligarchy and the Power
In the World's Work for October Sereno
8. Pratt draws a startling comparison be
tween the controlling oligarchy of financiers
and the senate of the United States. He
The members of the senate of business
are the following: John Jacob Astor,
George F. Baker, A. N. Brady, E. J. Ber
wind, W. A. Clark, W. M. Crane, John It.
Convrrse, J. F. Drj d"n, Chsrles G. Dawes,
James II. Eckels, Marshall Field, Henry
C. Frlck, James B. Forgan, George J.
Gould, James J. Hill, E. H. Harrimaii, Ed
win Hawley, Adrian Iselln, James K.
Jarvle, J. O. Armour, Oliver Ames, August
Belmont, Cornelius N. Bliss, A. J, Cassatt,
John Clafflln. T. Jefferson Ooolldge, Dumont
Clarke, Thomas Dolan, Chauncey M. De
pew, James B. Duke, Henry M. Flagler,
James C. Fargo, E. H. Gray, C. A. Grlscom,
John R. Hageman, H. O. Havemeyer, A.
D. Jullllard. John 8. Kennedy. Morris K.
Jesup, J. Plerpont Morgan, R. A. McCurdy,
Levi P Morton, C. H. Mackay, C. W.
Morse, A. E. Orr. Oliver H. Payne. John
D. Rockefeller, H. H. Rogers, Norman B.
Ream, Jacob H. Schlff. James Speyer, Rus
sell Sage, Charlea M. Schwab, Nathaniel
Thayer, W. K. Vanderbllt. P. A. Valentine,
Henry Walters, Charles Lanier, W. II.
Moore. John A. McCall, J. J. Mitchell. Paul
Morton, D. O. Mills, Daniel O'Day, George
W. Perkins. William Rockefeller, Thomas
F. Ryan. Daniel G. Reld, James Stillman,
8. R. Shipley, Samuel Sloan, E. C. Sim
mons, H. McK. Twombly, F. W. Vander
bllt, P. A. B. Wldener, E. F. C. Young.
These are our business rulers, the men
whom we have by our proxies, as stock
holders, elected as the trustees of our prop,
ertles. They have acquired practically an
oligarchical power. The stventy-slx hold
an aggregate of about 1,600 directorships
In stock companies whose capitalization
stands for the most Important the domi
nantpart of our national wealth. Mr.
John Moody estimates that the trust power
of the United States Is $20.379.0O,OuO. These
men control that power and more. They
are also the dominant Influence In the
banks and trust companies having deposits
of $10.')O0.O00,OiO and a capital Investment
of $2,7&O.OuO,0'jO. An analysis of their power
will show that fully lu) of the greatest
railroad, Industrial and banking corpora
tions, with a capitalization equal to more
than one-fifth of the nation's wealth, are
controlled by thrrn.
Many Children Itescned.
Many children have been rescued by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds 60c and $1. Sold by
Bherman ft McConnell Drug Co.
Most value for yuur inony at Hu ner
mann 1 Jewelry store, 13th and Douglas.
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