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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1005.
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THIS FALL TERM OF
Is now open day Bnd night. Yet it is not
too late to enter. Begin now and get that
mental ('rill and discipline that will double
your earning capacity. Business, shorthand,
typewriting, telegraphy, normal and Eng
lish. Catalogue free. Address II. !
Boyles. Pres.. Boylcs Bldg., manb-
CTnVCC Replatcd. Omaha Pit
O 1 J Dp isob Harney St. Tel.
CITY SAVINGS BANK pay 4 Pr "":
TRY KELLT'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. .3530.
ANTI-Monopoly' Garbage Co.; 621 N. ISth,
Tel. 1779. R-791
CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Philbtn, 1606 Farnam. 'Phone 784.
' , i ' '; R 193
OMArlA Safe and Irion' Works make a spe
clalty of fire escapes, shutters doors and
safes. O. Andreen, Prop.. 102 6. loth St.
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Iron and brass castings.
802 Jackson. Tel.
SIGN PAINTING. S. H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
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SAD IRONS -reflated, 30c; three for 5oc.
Omaha Plating Co., 1608 Harney. TgJf-
LOCKSMITH Hert"n"m10Bouth 14th
nfclltv 'CfieaDest sbrice. Wentworth, 618
Paxton block. 'Pnone 1672. R 798
DOCTOR wants "-location in small town
with good territory, In Iowa or Nebraska.
Address Dr. Moroness, Sat City, la.
R 856 17x
Xl (GROAN'S hall. 16th and Corby Sts. Rea
sonablo. tor-private- or strictly Invitation
an airs. Tel: biz. iin-
CHAMPION CARPET CLEANING WKS.
720 S. 14TH BT. PHONE ttt.
XeNIO, signs. 1524 Dodge.
R 828 N13
Carpet Cleaning, Chrhstlanson, 2223 N. 20th.
1 UV i 1
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT, Sherman at MoConnell Drug Co.,
umana. w i
CHEAP chicken fence, long fir timbers and
telephone poles. J1 Douglas. vi ui
MILCH COWS on easy terms.
Center. ,-. f '
STEAM FITTINGS FOB SALE
Jf you want a bargain In steam fitings call
and look over me iouowing supplies:
1.8- inch Austin horlxontai separator. .
1.9- lnch Austin's horizontal separator. -'
14-inch Austin's vertical separator.
.These have been- takdn out on account of
chnages in our steam plant and are in
good condition. Address Bee Building
Co., or sea W. li. Bridges, engineer, B
Bldg.,. Omaha, Q 632
FOR SALE Two Ule scholarships on
Omaha business college. Address
Dwight Williams, Omaha Bee, Omaha,
TOR SALE, about fifty feet ornamental
o-alvanlxed iron cornice and ornamental
iron po's. suitable for show window, Ap-
ply superintendent nee mag, tj Msa
FOR 8A1.K New and second-hand btllard
and pool taDies, oar nxiures oi an Kinds;
easy payments. Rend for catalogue.
Brunswick-Bajka-Collender, 407 S. 10th St.,
Uniana. y hjj
(-DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Fur
nam. - Q MM
"Too STOVES o' select from at low nrleea
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410-1412 Dodge
street. Q 803
FOR BALIS at a bargain, two bed SDrinars.
full sia. good condition. 8027 Chicago St
FOR SALE Large safe: would exchange
for smaller one. Apply the . Nebraska
Seed Co. y M781
GILT edge tl.OOO mortgage drawing 6 per
cent for sale. L. L. .Johnson Co., Room
8. Baekor; telle. ": ,' r U M707 1CX
BOILER and engine very cheap. Omaha
Mercantile Co., Douglas block.
, Q M152 16x
150 FEET of Tt ateel cable; also 300 feet of
T rope. Kegent enoe xnanuiacturing (Jo
4th and Paul Sts.
Q M160 16x
. t FURNlttJRE FOR SALE.
Oak bedroom Bet, three pieces, flO; must
sell, leaving city. Call at 2510 Parker St.
Monday or Tuesday. O M123 16x
FOR ALE HORSES, WAGONS
FOR BALE A fin team of high-bred car
riage horses, chestnut sorrels. Inquire by
telephone Wt. P M475
FOR SALE 100 head of fresh, well broke
native horsea and mules, including busi
ness horseat wagon "horsea, drivers and
draft horses, matched and weighing 1.6u0
lbs. and up, at our barns at Pacitlc Junction,-
la., 20 miles out of Omaha. Call at
room 626 Bee Bldg. Tel. 17u3. Anderson
Record Co. P 761
JBLEGANT Stanhope, with rubber tires, at
half price; also extension top carriage
fmm the, Sattlev Mfg. Co.'s stock, at a
big bacgafrA1 Johnson ft Danforth, S. W.
Cor. 10th and Jones Sis. P 870
OWNER will sell at sacrifice. Country club
waon; little used. Address D 12. Bee,
or telephone 623. P-824 19
THREE open delivery . wagons and one
top wagon, good as new; a big bargain.
JoMmw 4 DanfortU S. W. Cor. loth and
Jones Sts. P-M91.
HEAVY !feas for hauling roal. The
Rushford with patent outer bearing axles
is the best mil ts'iaranued stronxer thin
any other make. Teamsters should see this
tear. Sold for cash or easy payments by
Kingman Implement Co., 9th and Jones
St. P M150 17
' BUSINESS CHANCES
FOlKS A LE Bait ery Address R., 10 Pearl
Bt,. Council Bluffs.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
a hotel or restaurant sea Hart ft Co., 401
N. Y. Life Y-&J7
GOOD weekly newspaper and Job office .for
lease, w imam uajeti
FOR SALE Dry goods and clothing store
In Atnsworth Neb.; stock In good shape;
cash, rest easy terms; owner wishes to
retire. Address t Purdy Real Estate Co..
Box 142, Alnsworth. Neb. Y M297
FOR SALE 33.600 stock general mdae.,
good business, new. at 7fo; western Iowa.
A snap. Address D 16. Bee. Y 853 23
ONE represfjitatlvf in each loan, vim can
! I Jl' f eo-opentt with Mutual
LAiid'siiid Town 'Site Company. . Write
V'ua tipr. particulars. Blouuirii-ld. Neb.
FOR BALE Good stock of drugs. Iowa
county seat Give a bargain Iim- rash, or
will consider a anod farm or other !
estate In exchange. Address D 11. care of
WANTED MALE HELP,
Omaha Commercial College
DAT AND NIGHT SESSIONS.
CalaloHue free to any address.
Address; ROH H BOUGH BROS.,
19th and Farnam Hts.
liRL'Q stores bought and old. Drug clerk
wanted, r. v. Kniest. bi4 x. I-JJ'-fi09
MEN and toys wanted to lrarn plumbing
iraoe; great demand lor irauuni".
day; many complete course two months;
ginduaU'S admit t' d to union and Master
Plumbers' ahsocialion. Coyne Bros. Co.
Plumtiitig Schools, New York. Cincinnati
and Bt. Louis. (Day and night class.)
For frie catalogue address 13!) loth Ave.
New lork. B-810
POSITION guaranteed or no pay. If
you aro in need of a position, call and
have a "lieart-to-hcarf1 talk with HART
THE EXPERT. 401 N. Y. Life. B-811
WANTED City salesmen at once.
Adams Co., Ibis Howard Bt.
WANTED Watchmaker, good engraver
and RHiesman. Ed J. Niewonner, uoium
bus. Neb. U-M.84
WANTED Reliable boys; good wages. A.
D. T. Co., B. lth. t nituo
WANTED Gordon press feeders, A. 1,
Root, Inc. 1210 Howard St. B 4
WANTED Two boys and two men, Omaha
WANTED 20 laborers for trenching work.
Report at gas works, 20th and Center bis.
B M703 16
MEN wanted to pick com.
Write to 8.
B 719 19x
Davison, Farnam, Neb.
WANTED QUICK Live man with few
hundred dollars for one of greatest piays
on the road; famous melodrama; short
cast; elegant pictorial paper all paid for;
no royalty; fine bookings and'sure money.
IOng sickness makes It necessary to se
cure money for organization expenses.
If you mean business answer quick. Cal
Randolph, 19U Wirt St., Omaha.
B M836 16x
BY manufacturing house, trusty assistant
for branch office; i paid weeKiy; wei
tlon permanent; no capital required;
previous experience not essential. Ad
dress Branch Manager, 826 Dearborn, Chi
cago. B M840 ItiX
WANTED Two men for stove and porter
work. Milton Rogers & sons to., nm
and Farnam. B M83 16
WANTED Ten cement finishers. D. and
D., Council Bluffs, la. B-rH( zo
YOUNG man to learn trade.
B M548 !7
611 So. lfith St.
WANTED Steady young man for elevator
conductor; permanent position, it. w.
Baker, Supt. Bea Bldg. B-849
WANTED Brick handlers and laborer at
brick yard, Avery. Neb., one mile south or
Albright street car line on Union Pacifio
railroad. B M123 17
WANTED Responsible man to take ex
clusive agency for the wen Known item
Burner. Apply, Kern Burner Co., 144
Michigan Ave., Chicago. B M978 17x
YOUNG man or lady, between 18 and 36, to
prepare; salary 8800 to 81.500; . at once.
Waitley, 441 Board of .Trade.
V B-M878 16X
THE Moler system of colleges operates
twelve great schools to teach the naroer
trade. Method that saves years of ap
prenticeship; 100 men wanted at once.
Can nearly earn expenses before finishing.
Call or write. 1116 Farnam St.
B M970 20X
I WANT several young men, who have
taken- a course In bookkeeping witn one
or more years experience, ana are will
ing to start for 50.
Clothing salesman, experienced.
Window trimmer, good salary.
HART THE. EXPERT, 401 .N. Y. LIFE.
B M114 16
WANTED Teams on Great Western grain
terminals; 85 per day. Dale & Bumgard-
ner. . . , B Mioo lox
wanted Small lob of sodding dona at
28th and Farnam bis. Apply at room 'M3
N. Y. Lire Bldg. Detween 10 ana iz o ciock,
WANTED Man well and faVorabty known
in business circles; in a rew or larger cities
of Nebraska; position worth $150 a month
and expenses after 1st month if com
petent; . no has-beens ' head - apply: ' only
man who can mix with best Business peo-
pie in his city need apply; give reference
witn application. Aaaress u it, cee.
WANTED Young men and boys to learn
the shoe trade; good wages rrom start
Regent Shoe Mfg. Co., 24th and Paul Sts.
B M161 17x
WANTED - A HIGH - CLASS SMOKE
HOUSE MAN TO TAKE CHARGE OF
A CHAIN OF EASTERN MARKETS
MUST UNDERSTAND THE SMOKING,
SHIPPING. ETC.. OF MEAT THOR
OUGHLY AND ALSO BE CONVERSANT
WITH THE SELLING END.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
80 WORKING girls. Canadian Office, ISth
and Dodge. c S1J
LADY agents and traveling men to sell
new patented articles without competi
tion; good money made by right party.
Call or address room 303, Brown block,
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 St.
WANTED Good girl
work. 1711 Doiuilas.
for general house-C-MU1
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. F. B. HochstetTer, 416
S. 3Sth St. , C 117
GIRL for general housework; 3 In family;
no children. 3870 Dodge. Tel. SfiO. C 833
WANTED An experienced laundress. Ap
ply to Mrs. Arthur C. Smith, 1303 Park
Ave. Ci-M 788
WANTED An experienced lady dry goods
clerk for general store In central Ne
braska: must have references. Address
Lock Box 21, Calloway, Neb. C-23 19
room girl. 1204
C 56 16x
WANTED A girl for general housework.
1322 8. Sid Bt: Good wages. c s&O 20x
COMPETENT girl for general housework;
no washing: wages W per week. Inquire
bH S. 36th St. C-MSB 16x
WANTED Competent girl, genersl house
work, family of 4 adults; good wages;
cottuge; 976 N. 25th St. 'Phone 196.
WANTED Olrl for general housework.
Apply at 24 Chicago Bt. C M146 17
AGENTS WANTED Professionally in
dorsed article; household necessity; quick
nroflts: A. (iregaory netted Wjn M nours
Mr. Bell 136 in 11 hours; phenomenal op
portunity. cxclUKlve territory. Write An-
gelus Mfg. Co., Los Angeles, Cal.
J 759 1
FIRST CLASS life iusuram men wanted.
Men who can sen an nouem proposition
in an honest way. Our proposition Is as
good as a government bond and will stand
Inspection. A national bank note is good
because it Is guaranteed by a deposit of
bonds with the treasurer of the United
States. A Kansas City Life Insurance
policy Is good because It Is registered and
guaranteed by a deposit of lxml and
deeds of trust with the state of Missouri
and so rertlrie.1 over the seal of the state
on every policy. Cal! or-write to H. J.
Klgan, 615 B.e BUlg. J-M112 17
WANTED Thoroughly competent young
man stenographer wants work evenings.
Addres D i. lies. A M7si 14a
Have You Any Money to Loan
Probably you can get together through Bee Want Ads thous
ands of people read them daily. Bee Want Ads bring results.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th & Chicago.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th A Farnam.
VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
ROOMS and good board. 15 per week and
up. Call 1B17 Chicago St. E-6
Tel. 611 O. M. E. Haul 1 runks
NEWLY furnished room, mddorn, in pri
vate family. 309 N. 26th St. E 412
FINE room, new brick, modern, close In;
'phone 421, N. 381 St. fc-4iiT i
FURNISHED rooms, 1610
E 723 16
NICELY furnished rooms, all modem, with
U t a T.k . c 94v
NF.AT front room, in private family,
strictly modern; electrio light. Gentle
man preferred. 1921 St. Mary's Ave.
E M904 17x
FURNISHED rooms, rnsulte, for light
housekeeping, $1.76 per week; also sleeping
rooms. 207 S. 24th. E 852 16x
DESIRABLE rooms, modern, house; use of
'phone. 1817 Capitol Ave. E Sol 16X
NICELY furnished large front room, mod
ern. Z015 Douglas. Teiepnone z.ti.
E M131 lx
DESIRABLE south front rooms. 2236 Far
nam. IS Mlta ax
TWO small modern steam heated rooms.
2234 Farnam, Flat 6. Phone 2203.
E M159 17x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
hoard, verandas, ample lawns. stately
trees, rustic seats: home cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F 818
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
SOUTH room, suitable for two; excellent
board, homelike, modern. 627 Park Ave.
I F-7R9 17
618 S. 19TH, all modern, desirable rooms;
good board and fine location. F M12t lix
FURNISHED rooms, with breakfast and
supper if desired. 'Phv-..e Douglas 6726.
2224 Chicago. F M142 17x
LARGE front room; also single room;
private family. , References. 609 So. 26th
Ave. F-M144 17x
Hillside, 102 N. 18th.
F M835 16X
GOOD ROOMS All modern; ga, bath,
'phone and furnace heat; with good home
board. Fine front parlor for couple or
two gentlemen, besides room for two
more gentlemen. Close In; call at once at
1714 Douglas St. F M837 16x
PLEASANT south front room with excel
lent table board; private home; West
Farnam. Address D 26, Bee.
F M162 16x
COUPLE looking for first class accommo
dations In private home can find It by
addressing D 24, Bee. F M163 16x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED ROOMS. 3014 SEWARD.
G M107 17x
t UNFURNISHED rooms, 816 S. 18th. front
part of the house, first floor.
. - G M100 17
TWO unfurnished rooms, in all modern
house; walking distance; private family;
' no housekeeping. 'Phone 3927, or address
D 16, Bee G 857 16x
TWO elegant rooms, lighted and heated. 12S
S. 26th St. G M141 16x
FOR RENT HOUSES
4623 DOUGLAS ST.. 7 rooms, brick resi
dence, porcelain bath, furnace $30; va
cant about Oct. 15.
U D. SPALDING.
Tel. 230. Omaha Nati Bank.
D M595 17
PIANO moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. 1626, Schmoller & Mueller.
7-ROOM, all modern houBe, N. E. corner
22d and Ohio, hot water heat ,325.00.
Turklngton, 602 Bee Bldg. D 760
FOR RENT Modem 14-1 oom Drick dwell
ing. 19th and Leavenworth; In good order,
just papered and painted throughout;
steam heat. Milton Rogers ft Sons Co.,
14th and Farnam Sts. D 5
UniTCCC a11 parts of the city. It.
nUUOt.J c. Peters & Co., Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van ft Storage Co. pack,
move and store H. H, goods. Storehouse.
1120-24 N. 19th. Office, 1611Va Farnam.
Tel. 1569. D-21
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van ft Stor
age Co. umct, mj ntDnier m.
it -vi ICCC In all parts if the city. The O,
nu . Davis CO.,
608 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance, Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
FOR RENT 8-room modern house, except
furnace. o06 N. 8oih tel., ;').
4 nice large rooms, l.i21 N. lsth St., 112.
4o6 1 axtuu Blk.
N. W. CORNER 26th and Caldwell, 10-
room moaern, i lurnuces, cememea cellar.
large rain water cistern, two full lota
with house, will make an necesaury re
pairs; good barn. Rent, 330.
416 Kai bach block,
FOR RENT 24-room house, modern, at
27th Ave. ana turning, inquire at 1606
Webster St. Mary Moran. D M845 16x
FOR RENT 6-rootn cottage, 520 N. 22d St.,
322. inquire at wi n. iui Bt. d mus
FOR RENT Nearly new modern house of 7
rooms ana reception nan, lor small lamuv,
in West Farnam district, 112 S. 36th St.
W. A. Smith, U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 31H6.
D A1132 16X
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-STORY and basement. J003 Far
nam; elevator, 314 First Nat l Bank Bldg,
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
small office which rents for 310.U) per
month. Price Includes heat, light, water
and janitor service. It is located on the
fourth Door of the Bee building and Is
just the thing for anyone wanting a nice
little office in the best. office building in
town. R. C. Peters r Co.. rental agents.
ground noor. uee eiag. ini
DENTIST can rent a fine omce with north
iiiht In the Bee building, divldina wait-
In room and expense of office boy and
telephone with doctor of established prac
tice. Rnt, 3-'0 pr month. R. C. Peters
& Co., Rental Agsnts. Ground Floor Bee
nm vrocerv. meal market: built as
denartment store; separate If necessary
Also bakery and laundry rooms, with par
lor. Tiaard. 2J0 No. 2d. I M367 N4
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Eight or nine-room house with
modern Improvements. In Hansoom park
or West Farnam district. Excellent refer
ences. Address K. cars Bee ufilce.
WANTED Board and room for two; good
' location on north side. Address 2i19
CaarUa, 'Phona Red b6et K.-M147 1
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
In McPherson, Edmunds, Faulk, Potter
and Hyde counties, in South Dakota, will
be sold at publlo auction to the highest
bidder. For particulars, if interested,-relative
to descriptions, appraisement, terms,
date and place of sale, apply to this de
C. J. BACH,
Commissioner of School and Publlo-Lands.
PIERRE, SO. DAKOTA.
RE M744 20
FOR SALB 334.10 acres land In Platte val
ley, 26 miles from Kearney, miles from
town; sidetrack and stock yards Joining
farm; good 5-room house, barn for 6 head
horses, good cattle sheds, well and wind
mill, living water In pasture, 90 acres al
falfa (heavy yield), 60 acres corn, balance
In hay and pasture land, all fenced and
cross fenced. Price, 115.000. Easy terms.
Land on main line U. P. Ry. Address F.
R., box 306. Wahoo. Neb. RE-M762 17
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
. Wholesale and Retail.
BURGESS - GRANDEN CO.,
F. M. RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.
313 South 16th St. Telephone 681.
Nebraska, fine farm and stock ranch,
partly Improved, best of soil,
$5 Per Acre, Spot Cash
S. Hanover, 1614. Emmet St., Omaha.
RE M8U 16
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten years' time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. R. Omaha, Neb., Dept. "A."
FOR SALE A 5-room cottage, modern ex
cept heat, in course of construction, near
Sherman Ave. car line; will finish to suit
WALWORTH INVESTMENT CO
. RE 901 6
FOR SALE Large house, two bams and
two full lots, on North 18th St., only
14,600. This Is a bargain.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
ci.AS-Williamson Co.u- BAioodr-
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,
EASY TO PAX.
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 In case of sick
ness or out of employment. Facts are, we
want your business. Established 18S9.
Duff Green Loan Co.
8 and 9 Barker Block.
Our Monev .
Is loaned on furniture, pianos, live
Btock and to salaried people upon
their own agreement to pay. Our
rates are as low as any; our Barvice
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.,
308 South 16th Street.
Tel. 2295. 119 Board of Trade Bldg.
Every man In Omaha getting a salary, call
at our omce and get all the money you
want on your plain note. A written guar
antee will be given you not to enforce
payment through your firm.
COME AND SEE US FIRST,
whether you borrow or not. Our rates are
the lowest In tha city. You can ' pay
us back In easy weekly or monthly pay
ments, to suit yourself.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Rooms 307-303, Paxton Block.
LOANS1 LOANS!! LOANS!!!
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS' AKD SAL
ARIES AT THE LOWEST RATES.
the WESTERN LOAN CO.,
331 Neville Blk., Third Floor, Cor. 10th and
narney dib., lei. uu. jw J4
We have money to loan at a reasonable rata
ou diamonds, pianos, household furniture
or other good chattel securities to parties
whose position in life require that such
transactions ba made ana held in strict
confidence. Union Loan and Invest
Co.. 313 Bee. Telephone 2904. X 63a
BOWEN'S MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, horses, cows, plain note if
steadily employed. 708 N. Y. Life.
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security; easy payments. Offices
In 63 principal cites. Tolinan, Room 714.
New York Life Bldg. X.S31
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 8 13.
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS. .
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Tel. 746. 32-3 Paxton Block.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
iAwu vu., iwt raroani si. b4j
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodate
lng; all business confidential. 13ul Douglaa
MONEY loaned on furniture, aalary.
uorttes, etc. ; nair usual rates. Lr. Tltite
now, room 214. at 'MS 6. ISth St. Tel. B-1364.
PRIVATE PARTY will loan on furniture,
pianos, horses and salaries. Address C 11.
care tses x M773
Mr. and Mrs. Morand's School for Dan
cing now open. Children classes meet In
our new academy, lntn u. near Far
nam; beginners, Saturday 10 a. in. and
Wednesday i.lo p. in ; season, f months.
310. ciiiiiiren aovancea, Bkituraay t p
in.: season. months. 5. Adults meet
at 16th and Farnam Tuesdays and Fri
days 8 p. ra. , Private lessons daily. Tel
lirfl. -717 N
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 4136 and wagon will call.
Pianos delivered at once. $1 00 weekly. All
rnuslo lessons free. JOIN NOW. Terfleld
Piano Co., 1611 Farnam St. U-865
ACCORDION and SUNBURST
PLhATING, RUCHING, BUTTONS
' AND FIRST-CLASS
Sen'd for price list and samples.
THE GOLDMAN PLtATINGCO
100 DOUGLAS BLOCK. TEL. 1936.
TRY KELLY'S LAUNDRY.
PHONE 701 and
your piano, $2.
l man will call and tune
Perfleld Piano Co., 1611
MAGNP TIP treatment ft baths. Mm;.
Hitun t I gmlth, U8 N. 06. 3d fl .r. 3.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths, 720 8. 13th.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; up to date and reliable. 2319 S.
13lh St., Omaha, Neb. U 293 OctSox
rACrORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest rates for reliable service. Tel. 1626.
Schmoller & Mueller, piano makers.
LARSON A JOHNSON Cut rates to all
points. 1406 Farnam. Tel. 1935. Member
American Ticket Brokers' association.
Cap. Ave. Laundry ggiS91
lars, 2c. Cuffs. 4c. U "60-N13
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gardell,
2216 Charles. Tel. 6311. U 864
WE RENT sewing machines, 75o week. We
repair all makes of machine; second
hand machines, $5 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co.,
Tel. 1663, Cor. 16th and Harney. U 866
PRIVATE home during confinement; babies
"oopisa. ine Good Samaritan Sanitarium,
728 First Ave., Council Bluffs, la. Tel. 774.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Ramge Blk.
MALLETT'S Cereal Coffee, healthful,
nourishing; best thing for Indigestion
loo per pkg. all grocers. U-MS57
DR ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 ft 3, 1506 Farnam.
DR. JACKSON, Room 4,
FOR WOMEN ONLY.
Dr. Raymond's Pills for delayed periods
absolutely reliable, perfectly safe; no dan
ger, no pain, no Interference with work;
relief brought to thousands after every
thing else failed. By mall $2.00. Dr. R.
G. Raymond Remedy Co., Room 35. 84
Adams St., Chicago. 111. 8G6
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and lrregularlites of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stamp, Dr. Pries, 1511 Dodge St.,
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
dles; never fails; 32 postpaid. Sherman ft
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. 868
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. Cth St., Atlantic, la. I have made
such cases a specialty for many years
with the best success. Write your symp
toms and address plainly. Confidential.
MRS. CARRIE SMITH, a marvelous mag
netic healer; all kinds of weaknesses and
disease treated; cure guaranteed; business
confidential. 807 N 18th. Tel. Red -0736.
M M09 14x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
- W 844
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. City loans
at lowest rates; no deluy; get our terms.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. w. a. AieiKie. Ramge uik.
LOWEST RATES Bemls,
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1520 Douglaa
, W HI
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi-
A unfa nrATiArtv In Hmnhlt: lowest .rates nt
delay. Thonvts Brennan, R. 1, N. Y. Life.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters ft Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W. H.
Thomas, 1st Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. lt48.
LOANS on Omaha Improved property, or
to build with; can pay it pack in mommy
pavments. Hastings & Heyden. I6O04
Farnam St W-R5-'
FOR SALE FARMS
640 acres near St. Edwards, in Boons
county. Neb.; 400 acres under cultivation,
balance meadow and pasture; good Im
provements: 2 wells, windmills, etc. Price,
$46.00 per acre, 313,800 In cash, balance 10
years at 0 per cent.
Several good Improved quarter sections In
Boone county and Nance county on very
For lurtner iniormation- can or write to
GEORGE ft CO.,
1601 Farnam St., Omaha.
This agricultural weekly goes to 60.000
homes of farmers and stock raisers, so if
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will find a buyer
among them. The cost of an advertisement
Is small i cents per worn 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.
LADY CELESTA, palmist and clairvoyant,
tells about business, speculation, law
suits, marriage, love u flairs, sickness and
aosent friends. 212 N. 17th St.
MRS. O'NEAL (colored), palmist snd. ad
viser. Tel. Red 6161. 2214 N. 21st.
8-M119 21 z
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES.
In French, Spanish or German: learn to
speak In 25 lessons, business corr-npond-ence
50, to read literature 6i GUARAN
TEED. F. Peltier. 115 South th.
CHATELA1N SCHOOL OK LANGUAGES
CIJEMfH German, Spanish. Fencing.
riCnV-n Tr.e best results sre obtained
by our method of teaching. Trial lessen
free. Pavidge Bldg., IMh and Farnam.
II. A. BTUROE8, registered attorney; pat
ents, trade marks copyrights; no fes un
less successful, 617 N. Y. Life, Omaha. .
SIUnrR MACHINB WORKS. 10th and
Jackson; patents procured; Inventions de
veloned; drawings, patterns, castings, ma
chine work. -311 17
F. J. LARSON ft CO., patent lawyers.
ADVICE FREE. 603 Bee Bldg. Tel.
A1132. ' MS38
I.C8T One mare with mule colt; 1 pony.
1218 Blaine. Tel. Cedar-60703 or 1301.
LOST 835 In gold. Reward for return to
Bee office. Lost M102 16x
LOST A black American Express travel
ers cheque book, going from 16th and
Dodge to 16th and Douglas, or on Park
avenue car, Tuesdav, October 10. Re
turn to City Savings Bank, 16th and
. Douglas. Reward. 168 lx
WANTED TO BUY
C. W. Schrader. ttth an
Antiquarian Book Store, 1230 Farj highest
prloe paid for 2d-hand books. Tel. F-4A29.
I HAVE several customers for acre prop
erty. Silas Rcbb.'ns, Frnxr block.
N M154 16x
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The Naw Snow
Church Co., main floor. N. Y. I Tel. 133.
J. M. Macfarland, 309 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. 6868
JOHNSON Institute, 615 N. Y. Ufa. TeL
MRS. JOHN R. MUSICK. Osteopathy Phy
slclan. Office, Neville Blk. TeL SS23.
GOLDMAN Pleating Co.. 200 Douglaa Blk.
IN FAMILIES, Miss Sturdy. 'Phone A-2768.
EXPERIENCED auctioneers to conduct
sales of real estate, live stock, household
goods, etc., on short notice. Omaha Real
Estate Auction Co., 333 Neville Blk.
'Phone 6878 396
WANTED Immediately; grading con
tractor to remove 8,000 to 10,000 yards of
earth. Mercer, 223 Paxton block.
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED to borrow $400 home money on
ample city real estate security at 7 per
cent, without commission. Address soon
D 19, Bee. Ml 39
MEMORIAL CARDS; ar
tistic designs, 8. E. Cor.
16th St. and Capitol Ave.
SHARPE MACHINE WORKB. 604-612 South
Tenth St., 'phone 1846. Heavy repairs and
rebuilding. 313 17
HESS ft 8WOBODA. 1416 Farnam. -877
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam.
IF YOU do not find what you want in this
column, put an ad. in and you will soon
Office, Omaha. Neb., October 13, 1905.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, subject to
the usual conditions, will be received here
until 10 o'clock a. m. central standard time,
Nov. 2, 1906, for the construction, plumb
ing, heating, electric wiring, etc., of a
Quartermaster's Storehouse at Fort Omaha,
Nebraska. Full Information furnished on
application to this office, where plans and
specifications may be seen. Proposals to be
marked "Proposals for Construction, etc.,"
as the case may be, and addressed to Major
M. Gray Zallnski, Constructing Quarter
master, Army Building. Omaha, Neb.
PROPOSAL FOR SUBSISTENCE
STORES. Office Purchasing Commissary,
U. 8. Army, Omaha, Neb., Oct. 16. 1906.
Sealed proposals, subject to the usual con
ditions,' will be received at this office until
10 o'clock a. m., Oct. 26, 1906. at which
time and place they will be publicly opened
for furnishing subsistence stores, as fol
lows: Flour, sugar, canned goods, eta.
Preference will be given to articles of do
mestic production. Blank proposals and
specifications can be obtained at this office.
T. B. HACKER, Purchasing Commissary.
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Fast Mall a 8:55 am a 8:20 pm
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Beatrice Local b 3:15 pm b 1:30 pm
Chicago Rook Island ft Paclfle.
Chicago Limited a 3:35 am a 7:10am
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Lincoln ft Long Pine a 7:40am
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St Louis Express 3 pm
Bt. Louis Local (from
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Bhenadoah Ixcal (from
Council Bluffs) 6.45 pm
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rhlrasrn nreat Westers.
St- raul ft Minn a8:0pm a T:1R am
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Chicago Limited a 8:00 pra a10:30 am
Chicago Express a 6:05 am a 3:80 pm
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Nebraska Icl. rla Leava. Arrive.
Weeping Water b 3:60 pm bl3:0 pm
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Twin City Passenger. ..b 80 am b 8:10 ptn
Sioux City Paaenger...a 2:00 Pm all 20 am
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REMARKS IN COURT V
ryr Try to "Get Rvea" with
lad Samples of Legal
Btorlen are often told of the sarcastla
hafta of wit which lawyers have shot In
tha direction of tha bench when driven to
resentment (excusably or otherwise) by
rulings which they considered unwar
ranted, but It la suspected that tha yarns,
however good as stories, are heard much
oftener outside than Inside tha court room.
They are invariably coupled with the names
of leaders of the bar, aa. of course. In any
other connection they would sound alto
gether too Improbable to ba even good
Thus tha nam of Joseph H. Choate has
been used n connection with ons of tha
lesser courts In New York City In ths story
of ths lawyer who was called to order for
some derogatory remarks addressed to ths
bench in tha following manner:
"Mr. Choate, you are showing your con
tempt for ths court."
Whereupon Mr. Cheats replied t
"On ths contrary, your honor, I am doing
tny best to conceal It."
A story Is told of an attorney In ths
western part of Pennsylvania who, when
ths Judge apparently took sides with ths
defendant (his opponent), remarked:
"I should like to ask. and have it noted
on ths record for ths purpose of having
It complete, what other counsel appears
for ths defendant besides the presiding
To tha same counsel Is ascribed another
remark of a somewhat similar nature. He
appeared for ths defendant, and the court.
In the attorney's opinion at least, seemed
to have constantly favored his opponent,
snd In charging the Jury ths judge had all
but told them to bring in a verdict for
the plaintiff. Ths Jury, however, disre
garded the judge's opinion and brought In
a verdict for the defendant. The Judge
was obviously annoyed, and made some
remarks' disparaging to ths Jury, where
upon the plaintiff's counsel said:
"Pardon me, your honor, but this case
was of very little Importance, and I trust
you will not take the losing of It too much
The caustic remark of an attorney In an
appellate tribunal suggesting that the court
was making statutes Instead of construing
or following those already enacted Is cred
ited to several well known lawyers, and
has generally taken the following form:
"Your honor will pardon my Ignorance, I
hope. In being unfamiliar with tha law as
the chief Justice has just stated It; no
doubt It is not an extraordinary occur
rence for counsel to be taken unawares of
the existence of a statute while practicing
before a legislative body, which produces
new law while ths case is In progress."
Another rejoinder of a somewhat similar
strain Is said to hare been made In ths su
preme court of the United States, and has
also been repeated with "local color." In
reply to one portion of the attorney's argu
ment a member of the court said:
"The trouble with, your contention. Mr.
Blank, is that it Is not the law."
To which ths lawyer responded after a
silence lasting scarcely two seconds:
"I recognize that fact at this .Instant,
your honor; but It was the law until your
One sarcasm reflecting on the court's
knowledge of the law has been put In an
epigram to the effect that:
"Love, like many judges, knows no law."
Another remark having the same object
is the reply made by counsel to the Judge's
remonstrance with the attorney for going
so much Into detail as to elementary prin
ciples of the law, to the effect that:
"The counsel should give the court credit
for knowing a little law."
To which the attorney rejoined:
"The counsel does, your honor."
The truth of a colloquy said to "have taken
place In the court of appeals of New York
between the chief justice and an attorney Is
easier to believe than some of the other
stories, frequently heard, mainly because
the sarcasm came from the court. Upon
the closing of the argument of the appel
lant's counsel the chief justice remarked,
after whispering to his colleague:
"Mr. X, the court Is of opinion that It Is
unnecessary to hear anything from your
side, as we have decided the case In your
The attorney, however, not being satis
fied, pleaded that he had taken a great deal
of time In preparing his argument and de
clared that his client would not be satis
fled unless he said something, and the chief
Justice finally said, somewhat Icily:
"Very well, Mr. X. we will hear briefly
what you have to say."
At the end of the argument ths chief jus
tice again remarked:
"Well, Mr. X. the court Is still Inclined to
decide in your favor. In spite of your argu
ment." A Justice of the peace In the western part
of New York, being new to Judicial hon
ors and having a somewhat exalted opinion
of his own Importance and knowledge of
the law, took cognisance of a divorce suit
and had the temerity to bring the defendant
before him In answer to a summons. Ths
defendant appeared with his attorney, who
remonstrated with the Justice.
"You have no legal power to try a divorce
case," said the attorney. "Such suits ars
only cognizable in a court of equity. Why."
hs finally exclaimed, somewhat out of pa
tience, "you cannot try this case."
Ths judicial ire was aroused and the Jus
tice bristled up:
"I can't, eh?" he said. "You Just wstch
me and see whether I can or not."
Whereupon he proceeded to try the caso
so far as the plaintiff went, but how he was
finally convinced that the judgment was
void ab Initio history sayeth not.
Although it is not often that ths Integrity
of judges, particularly of the higher courts,
is railed In question, there Is a sarcastic
rhetorical paradox which Is old enough to
bs respectable and which goes:
His honor rooted In dishonor stood.
And faith unfaithfully kept him falsery
New York Tribune.
be Proved It.
"Thst Mr. Bllvlns has a remarkably dis
"What makes you think so?"
"Didn't you see him sitting in the street
car coming home with all those women
standing In the aisle?"
"I saw him."
"Did you ses how carefully hs avoided
looking up by concentrating his attention
on tha dally paper?"
"Yes, but that doesn't prove his vision Is
distorted, does It?"
"I think it does. The paper was upside
down." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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