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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEt MOXDAT, OCTOBER 30, 1003.
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aeaed letter la aara
tumn aa addraaMd
aa gsaawaixaxlam at
r.asfneaa. Shorthand. Typewriting. Tte
rejny. Kermal ud Kngllab. Student
admitted any day. Catalogue free- A
rlreaa IL H. Boy lea. IT-. Buyl' hWlg.,
OmaU, Neb. R M-41
QTnVPV Related. Omaha Plating Ca,
w ft w i-. j Imm
j. CI TeL HUS.
.ITT SAVINGS BAXK. pay 4 per or"1;
VKI KILLrB TOWEL BCPPLI. Tel. SEW.
VTI-Mpocpcly G artiste Co, 63 N. ltth.
UT RATE railway ticket everywhere.
P. Ii. Phllbln, 1606 Farnam. 'Phone 784,
i M AHA 6afe and Iron Work make a pe
.Ulty of fire escapee, hutter. door and
afea.. Q. Andreen. Prop.. 102 8. 10Jj
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
on and brass casting a. sue Jackaon. TeL
24.12. K iw
lw tiiTVTTwn a u iVil DouKla.
'"' ' n;M
A D IRONS replated, 20c: three for Mc.
Omaha Plating Co., 160 Harney. Tel. 2&.,5.
..uity. Cheapest price. VVentworth. Cll
) .xion block, 'pnone 1672. R
I o1,Tic'R'Ilun,b"1 8on
Laic I ICb mi N. 14th St., Omaha.
R 208 JanlS
OMAHA Wire and Iron Work make spe-
clalty of wire Mower pot stands and win
dow guards. 1127 Farnam. TeL A-6908.
, .. , U 179 N13
' REE Valuable formula for mahogany
main, opshlne Mfg. Co., 1522 Dodge.
Omaha, . R 102 N16x
I ITAMPION CARPET CLEAN1NO WK1
728 8. 14TH ST. PHONE 655.
R M746 N10
, IDC redyed, repaired and remodeled,
i U10 Xhomaen, 1417 Farnam.
LeNIO. algn. 1624 Dodge. TeLfctfO. njj
til pot Cleantnfc. Christlacaon, 2223 N. 20th,
. R-130 N14
:trd ataMsL. ama
f Tha Baa.
wtgl b Oltnnd
1 i AK block coal $6.00 a ton; best In town
for money. Jen w. uediora co. iei. u
Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co.
I OMPRKSoKD AlR a. SUCTION bYSTEM.
. .o clean and rnnovata caruets. rugs, up-
nulstery. raattreasea, eto. No ot too
l.irg or ainail. fTlces ngnt. iu ar
im 'PboDa U OS2. K MiW
C MAHA KNOINB CO.. western a rents for
.o "Field" gaa and saaoUne engines. A
uw second hand engine cheap, nil Far
' nun. RM594 N 23
L' rT CUA rn Printer and Rn-
1 w K,avera Tel. 2007.
ADD ftT 1 have a beautiful double yel
I low.head wrrot which I will
it') ta responsible party. He talks, whlstlea
ur.il autgs. Mius JUewey. -i-none noa oz.
a. lau six
ilOWEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
l.VtART IvOANS. CHATTEU LOANS,
BAST TO GET. F.AST TO PAT.
WHEN TOO WANT
C'hT nft f n uiharM t-.ll r'Aai. timt It hAP9t
a. e ... . . . ..I .a . klUV.ul Avar What
htuidlcii tteJr o-yd money. Establish a
x win wiia intjui inxi wui u u
to you In the futcr. Wu loan on furni
iur. plajaoa, llv utrx-k and aalarins; small
WKKKJ.X or MONTHJSL.Y PAYMENT
which r suspended In caua of stck
oras or out of mtloymnt. Kncta are, wa
a a i vrA WIIWajI i Oam
Duff Green Loan Ca
s and Barker Slock,
la loaned on furniture, pianos, live
stock and to salaried people upon
their own aireement to pay. Our
rate are aa low aa any; our service
la quick and quiet and we never
charge for making papers or notary
fee. W want your business U you
ever borrow money.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO,
M douth lath Street
Tel. 551 llfl Board of Trad Bids.
i (Established Iw,)
floWEY loaned on chattel at 10 per
ear. 43rd and Center. X M703
LOANSI LOANS11 LOANS!!!
I FURNITURE, PIANOS, DIAMONDS,
SALARIES AND ETC.. AT THE
WESTERN LOAN CO.,
f...l NevlUa Bile, Third Floor, oor. Jiith and
ilaxney Sta.. TaL tola. X.SM
V a bva money to loan at a reasonable rata
ua diamond, pianos, housenold furniture
,.r other good chattel securities to parties
uoae position In life rtxiuire that such
transactions ba made and held lu strict
, nufldtinca. Union Loan and Idvhhu
Co-. 211 li- 'l eiepnoue awt.
BOWEN'S atONKT Easy to get on furni
ture, planoa. horses, cows. Plain note If
steadily euiauoyad. Jul N. T. Life.
IIONST loaned on piano, furniture. Jew.
airy, horaaa, oows. au. U. F. Head, 313 8 13,
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS.
PHO&NLX CREDIT CO..
T. 746. Paaton Block.
CHATTEL, salary and jewelry
Loaa Co.. V h'axiiain SL
tAOLE Laaa Ofooa, raliabla, acoouunodat
tag; all business oonndaatlai. UtU Dougiaa.
MON'ir loaned on furniture, salary,
noraaa, ate; half usual rale. Dr. priobe
..uw, room 11a, at 3u S. U.lh St. Tel U-Aa4.
J U1VATE PARTY wUl loan on furniture,
j.lanoa, horaaa and a-uarlaa. Address C IL
vxra B- X-M773
. WHIN TOU WANT A IX) AN
( N FURNITURE OR P4.LARY wtthon
-ainoval or delay, payable to suit your
t. javenience, phone 1411 or write or oall
n AMERICAN IXAN CO.. Koom 3i)7
l'axton Block. N. E. cor. llih and Famana
St. A. AUU3
and others without security; easy pay
ments. Offices in 63 principal citias. Tol
uao. room, 711 New York Life Blig.
I c 99 & 8WGBODA. UU Fanam. 477
U UENDERSON. iai Fanuun, TaL ISA
WANTED MALE HELP
Qmaha Commercial College
DAT AND NIGHT HK8310Na
Catalogue free to any addresa.
Adureaa: ROHHUGUjhl BROS,
lain and k'sxnam tits.
EJRi;Q store bouaht and sold. Drug clerks
wan Lea. t. v. "', u a. i. u
U.K.S and trny wanted to learn plumbing
iraae; great aenund lor graaua.iEa. t-wi
dy; many campleta course two months;
graduates admitted t union and Master
Plumber" asaoclatlen. Coyne Bros. Co.
HumhiDg Bchoala, New York. Cincinnati
and St. Lula (Day and night class.)
Jar trr calakaua address 23 10th Ave.
New York- B-410
A POSmON guaranteed or no pay. If
you aro in need of a position, can ana
have a -hsrt-to-hart'r talk With HART
THE ULPtRT, 401 N. T. Life. B all
WANTED City salesmen at once. C F.
Adarae Co., Howard St. B M
WANTED Watchmaker, good engraver
ana salesman. Jul J. Niewobner, loiura
bus. Neb. B-M7M
WANTED Reliable boy; gxid wage. A.
WANTED Gordon pre feeder. A. X.
Root, Inc. U10 Howard Bt- B-441
WANTED SuiaU job of sodding done at
2Ktu and Farnam Sts. Apply at room 901
N. X. Lafe Bldg. between 10 and 11 o'cloca.
WANTED Team to haul coal. Steady
work. Sheridan Coal Yard, 6th and jacs
on. B 678
YOl'NO MEN WANTED FOR THE NAVT
Permanent navy recruiting ofnee at
room &2 postofftce building, Omaha, en
lists American cltlsens of good health
and habits. Good opportunity for pro
motion; ages 17 to 25, or older If pos
sessing a trade; wages on flrat enlist
ment, IIS to tat per month. Retirement
with pay after 30 year' service. Free
tra.-.spui tatlon to place of enlistment
after discharge. B M534 30x
SALESMAN WANTED To sell the grocery
trade; new scheme; no sample: nig com
mission. Wert Bros., Sioux ':ity. Ia.
H- M651 31
WANTED Carpenters. 2t cent an hour;
wurK all winter. Adilress Jos. piesnignr,
contractor, Yutan, Neb. B MH74
WANTED General agent for large Per
sonal Accident nnd Health company.
Splendid opportunity. Call Saturday be
tween 1ft and 12. A. S. Hunker,
Pax ton hotel. B-M718 30x
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Few weeks required. Our graduate's earn
SI 2 to $20 weeklv. Our scholarship pro
vides for instructions, . demonstrations,
examinations, diplomas, positions or loca
tions. Little expense, originators of this
method 1S!S. Twelve great colleges under
one management. Cull or write, Moler
Barber College, 1118 Farnam St.
LABORERS wanted at Gas Works, 20th
and Center 6t. B M7B3 I
SOD WANTED Small Job at 2StH and
Farmim streets. Apply Monday p. m.
at 903 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. B-M762 30
SINGLE MAN, temperate habits, good pay
ing Job, wishes to marry some yount Indy
that has some money. Address, K 12. Bee.
WANTED Brick handlers and laborers at
brick yards, Avery, Neb., one mile south
of Albright street car line, on Union Pa
cific road. B M102 31
CHICKEN PICKERS wanted: no cully
chicks picked; steady work. Wahoo Pro
duce Co.. Wahoo, Neb. B M12S 4
I WILL need this week several young men
with some experience In office work,
among which are the following:
Bill clerk, machine, IfiO.
Stenographer, soon" experience, $50.
Good ledger msn, 316 per week.
Bookkeeper, one year's experience.
HART. THE EXPERT.
401 N. T. Life.
TOTJNG man, prepare for next examination
railway mail. Call Monday p. m.. Wait
n ley. 441 Board of Trade. B M7M 30x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
to WORKING girl. Canadian Office, 15th
and Dodge. C 812
WANTED Girl to assist In general house
keeping; no washing or Ironing. 711 So.
19th St. c-ai
WANTED A nurse girl, and girl for house
Mr. Wm. F. Baxter, 303O Marcy
WANTED Ladles to learn halrdresBlng,
manicuring, facial massage, chiropody or
electroylsls. Graduate earn 112 to 320
weekly. Few weeks completes. Our
scholarship provides for Instructions,
demonstrations, examinations, diplomas,
positions or locations. Little expense.
Call or write, Moler College, 1114 Farnam
St. CM761 2x
WANTED Good girl for general house
work; 'three in family; good wages. 3027
Chicago St. C M75
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Apply at 24o Chicago St. C Mil 31
WANTED Girl for general housework.
1307 Bpencer Bt. C lf?S SIX
WANTED Twelve ladle for minstrel
show; good voices; win teacn dancing;
good amateurs apply; want good sister
team. Write Phil D. Green, care general
delivery. Omaha. C M 991 30x
TOUNQ married man. employed, wants
. . 1 !.,.
rimniCi uuPllirnB b1""! pi-
edge of real estate, grocery and clothing;
references. Address 2 14, Bee.
A M141 SOX
DRUG clerk want position. Graduate of
Creigniun college. Aaaresa a 11, ow.
A MIW ox
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
a hotel or roaiaurani ea nan at uo., ui
N. Y. Ufa T-337
FOR SALE Dry ifoods and clothing store
In Ainuwortn. .nd.; stock in gooi snape;
cash, rest easy terms; owner wishe to
letlre. Address Purdy Real Estate Co.,
Box 142. Aluaworth, Neb. T MJJ7
STEAM LAUNDRY In county sat t wn
doing good business; good Dulldlpf and
location; investigate, no reasonable offer
refused. Address D 39, care Hee.
Y-M314 31 X
FOR SALE The best hardware business in
(tie state or iseDrasaa, stock only. Owner
wishes to retire from business. Address
W. W. Coates, Plattsmoutb. Neb.
FOR SALE At once, bo-room, first -class,
$2 per day hotel, good location, In
Omaha $l.ot" if taken at once; terms.
Call or write at once. Cause, sickness.
Duncanson Real Estate and Advertising
Co.. 431-2 Paxton block. Y-4U2
I On SALE Shoe and gent furnishing
stock, fixtures, etc.; stock up-to-date;
one-half cash, balance easy terms on good
security. Last year' business, $8,0U0,
rould be Increased. J. E. Graber, Grand
Island. Neb. T-M714 lx
WANTED Young man with $500 to $1,000,
or who can furnish satisfactory security,
to act as sales agent in Omaha or wall
located town for large eastern manufac
turer of tank and silo goods. Address E
4. Omaha Bee. Y-732 2x
FOR "SALE HCP.SES, WAGONS
ELEGANT Stanhope, with rubber tires, at
half price; also extension top carriage
from the Sattley Mfg. Co.' stock, at a
big bargain. Johnson Danforth, B. W.
Cor. loth and Jonea Sta P 470
THREE open delivery wagon and en
top wagon, good aa new; a big bargain.
Johnson A Danforth, 8. W. Cor. loth al:d
Jones Sts. P M96
FOR SALE Horses, at Bouriclus; one one
carriage and family horse; black, genile
and stylish; also one bay. all-around
horse, broke double, gentle. Bouriclus
Piano House, 335 W. Broadway. Council
Bluffs. Ia. p M1M Six
WANTED TO RENT
1 WISH to rnt a furnished house In a de
sirable locality, for the winter. M. H.
it-1 nor, la., luifidr. tt. necruiiing
t'l&ce, Omalia, 3U
When Looking for E-3elp
Let your wants b known wive re people look (or them.
Th&vt pl&uce is in the wa.nl columns of THE BEE.
Bee Want Ads Brinr Results.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS I
ROYAL, HOTEL, European, lfith & Chicago.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th It Fsrnam.
VIENNA Hotel: private dining rooms, cafe I
ROOMF and rood board. 35 per week and
i op. Call 1517 Chicago Ft. E All
Tel. 611 O. M. E Haul 1 runks
HOtTSEKEEPING and sleeping rooms at
The Dakota, 1613 Howard. 'Phone 706H.
E M767 'x
MODERN furnished, steam heated rooms,
single or ensulte. Z'Ji N. 13d (St., Flnt 3
DESIRABLE, large south front rooms,
furnished or Urf urntshed; first class nca:
tlon. 2224 Farnam. E MteO SOx
FURNISHED room; modern. 72R P. ISth
di. r M.&4 wx
LARGE front room, well heated mortem
one smaller. 614 N. 23d St. Tel. Red- '
48t4. E M766 30
FURNISHED room for gentleman; modern.
1712 Davenport Et. E M751 30x
FOR RENT Neatly furnished room in
firivate family: strictly modern; electric
Ight; furnace hent; gentleman preferred;
references. 1521 St. Mary's Ave
FIRST-CLAf?3 rooms, modern house: use
of 'phone. 1X17 Capitol Ave. E MJM9 31x
BIG pleasant room; private fainllv. r.:4 8.
26th Ave. E MWM SIX
NICELY furnished rooms In s'.ilte or
single, all modern conveniences; best lo
cation In city. 107 North 20th St. 'Phone
631S. E-MS57 Six
NICELY furnished front rooms. 110 s. ?5th
Ave. E-M139 31 x
FURNISH KD rooms, strictly modern, use,
of 'phone. 'Phone No. Doug. 57:X 2.2i '
i nicago fit. K Mlt!2 31 x
FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms. 1712
Jackson. E M17S 31 x
WELL furnished, modern, steam heated
room .reasonable. 2234 Farnam. Flat .
E 1S2 31x
LARGE alcove room; also smaller room;
first class table hoard; convenient lo car
line. 2571 St. Mary's. 'Phone 4230.
179 31 X
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, ISth and Capitol Ave.;
board, verandas, amplo lawns. statelv
trees, rustic seats: home cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F SI 8
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
F ill 9
FURNISHED rooms with board. 316 South
26th St. . F 6U3 1
THE ROSE. 2020 Harney, elegenatly fur
nished rooms; house modern; good bourd;
also table board or meal tickets. 'Phon
2447. F-49U N15x
NICELY furnished rooms and board, selec
private boarding house; references e.v
changed. 2405 St. Mary's Ave. F M993 31
FIRST-CLASS board and room; reasonable.
2013 Webster. F M123 30
LARGE east front parlor for 2: all modern
conveniences, with board. 632 S. 2sth St.
F Mii93 31x
ROOMS AND BOARD.
NICELY furnished steam heuted rooms,
. with or without board, single or en sulto.
Rates reasonable. Midland hotel, lth
and Chicago Sts. F M120 N28
A LARGE, pleasant front room, well
heated; suitable for two people; first-class
table. 1S18 Capitol Ave. F ISO 31x
FRONT room, with alcove: also single
room; private family; references required.
609 8. . gith Ave. F M186 31x
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-STORY and casement. Ki03 Far
nam; elevator. 314 First Nat'l Baua Bldi,-.
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
small office which rents for Jlo.w pur
' mouth. Price includes heat, light, water
and Janitor service. It la located on the
fourth floor of the Bee building and is
Iust the thing for anyone wanting a nice
ittie office in the best otlice bunding in
town. R. C. Peters &. Co., rental uceutw,
ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1771
DENTIST can rent a fine, office with north
light, in '.bu Bee building, dividing wan.
lug room and expense of otlice buy nnd
telephone with doctor of established prac
tice. Rent, 3J0 per moiitli. R. C. Peters
& Co.. Rental Agents, Ground Floor Lis
"' A SNAP
Drug, grocery, meat market; built as a
department store, separate If necessary.
Also bakery and laundry rooms, with par.
lor Tlsard. liO No. 23d. I M367 N4
SPACE for offices or small stocks on
ground floor, 516 8. 16th St. 'Phono S'i
or see Webster & Miller, 323-4 Omaha
Nat'l Bank building. I-M759 N3x
FOR RENT 2018 N. 24th St.; will put In
good repair; $10. 'Phone 230. L. D.
Spalding, Omaha Nat'l Bank. I MS66 1
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT, Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
Omaha. Q HOD
CHEAP chicken fence, long fir timbers and
telephone poles. 901 Douglas. Q 801
MIIjCH COWS oo caay terms.
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
i If jou waut a bargain In ateaiu Citing call
una iooa over iut luuuwuig uui piles:
l.t-inch Austin horixonlai separator.
Ll-lnoh Austin's horuonlal separator.
1 4-inch Aiuum vei Ileal separator.
'Ihes have been tuaen out on account ot
clinagea in our sicam plaut and are in
i;ood condition. Audrtsa Bee Building'
Co., or see W. IL Bridges, ungiueei, Bt
Bidg., Omaha. Q 4J2
FOR BALE--Two life scholarships on
Omana nuainea college. Addresa
Dgut WUIiaiiut, Oruaiia Bee, OiuaOa,
FOR SALE, about fifty feet ornamental
f.alvaiuied Iron cornice and ornamental
ron posLs, suitable lor show window. Ap
ply superintendent Bee Bldg. Q AIM
FOR SALE New and seoond-nand blliard
and pool tables, our ft Hurts of all kinds;
easy payiueuta. Seud for cataloguo
Brunaaick-Baike-Cvlieuder, 4t7 t. lom bi.,
Oinaoia. Q u J
t-DHAND safe che:p. Daiight, 1L1 Far-
6ot STOVES to select from at low prices
Chloago ruruluira Co. lilw-1413 Dode
sueeL. Q sua
FOR SALS at a bargain, two bed springs,
full aua, good oondiuun. 3027 Chicago bt.
WE'RE SQUARE. Cash or credit on stoves.
ONCE tried ALWAYS patronized. Gale
City Fur. Co. L6 N. lfixh. TiL S7S6.
FOR BALE Large safe' would excuang
for smaller aua. Apply the Nebraaka
Seed Co. Q Wial
FOR SALE Old brick; well draned; $5 60
per thousand. See C. P. tiLr.mLeig.
Woodmen LUuseed OO works. 17th and
Nicholas. Q UUA 31
FOR 8AIJE A VSt Whit Steamer, side
en trance, never trni used. Address L 4,
Bee. Sr-M7b4 4
WE rent new sewing machine $150 per
month from Noveuiber on. Nebraska
QUa Co, Tel. lwi. cue ISth and Harney.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail,
BURGESS - GRAN DEN CO,
F. M. nrsBKi.1. FIXTURE CO.
313 South lath SL Telephone (81.
1-anii and Ranch Lands
Nebrasan, Kaasais, Cutuiauo and Wyoming;
low puces, ten years tune. Lund Dept.
U. P. K. K., onm -i, Neb., Dept. "A."
CAS-Williamson Co.u- jSSp
WRITE for Illustrated pamphlet describ
ing two rancnes in tbe corn and aiiaUa
belt. Willis Cadwell, Broken How, Neb.
IF YOU want to get right prices en farm
land In Custer county, write Willis Cad
weil. Broken Bow, Neb., for list
RE MJU0 N20
FOR SALE Modern six-room cottage; good
location; ILftXt. The O. F. Davis Co.. 6u6
Bee Bldg. RE M748 N
For Nebraska farmers; in central Ne
braska; black loam soil, no sand, alkali
or gumbo; everything grows, corn, win
ter wheat and alfalfa the staples; 160
acres, 4 miles from town, 130 cultivated,
cheap house, well, pump, etc., 33.500. A
bargain. Come and see for yourself. J.
T. Campbell, Litchfield, Neb.
FOR SALE Large house, two barn and
two full lots, on North 18th St., only
ti.MO. This is a bargain.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
SOUTH DAKOTA farms cheap. Office next
to postoltice. See or write. John W.
Hays. Faulkton, S. D. M173 llx
FOR SALE FARMS
FARMS TO SELL KEMP. Blair, Neb.
EASTERN NEBRASKA FARMS
For sale. Improved. Three miles from
railroad and court house. Address box
1125, Omaha, Neb. M723 4
This agricultural weekly goes to 0.00
homos ot fanners and stock raisers, so if
you mivo a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will find a buyer
anions them. The cost of an advertisement
Is small 2 cents per word in small type or
i2.8o per inch if set In large type.
FOR RENT HOUSES
i'IANO moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. 1626, Schmoller & Mueller.
- D S26
ROOM, all modern house, N. E. corner
22d and Ohio, hot water heat .$26 00.
Turklngton, 02 Bea Bldg. D 768
HOFI'sPc; ia ttU lrt of the city. It
THIS Omaha Van . Storage Co. pack,
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse,
1120-24 N. lSth., Office. XbU. Farnam.
'lei. Iuu9. . D W.
Wii MOVE piano. Maggard Van & 8 tori
age Co. Tel. 14aOL Office, 17U Webster 8U
HflllP'? 1n P&rt If the city. That.
HOUSES, insurance, Rlngwalt. Barker Bile
t'uH RENT 8-room modern liouae, except
luiiiaco, 806 N. HOi h est., .U
4 ulca large rouma U21 N. lsth St., IIZ.
. C. M. AAoHJlANN.
43o i ax lor, tlt.
FOR RENT Seven room house, 28th and
Farnam SU.; SJa. Inuulre at 07 N. 19lh
stiLtl. D M
FOR RENT 7-room house, $16; 6-roo:n
house, $10; both newly papered. William
K. Potter, Rec. 801 Brown Blk.
FOR RENT Eleven-room modern house,
newly papeied and in good repair; will be
vacaut Oct. 20; rent. $J6 and water. In-
' quire 119 South 25th St., li. Tzschuck. '
WHAT is known as the Fred M. Young
house, &uo2 Florence boulevard. S rooms,
all modern, good barn; two room can be
sublet if desired. For particulars see
liairison & Morton. TeL 3o& D 210
FOR RENT Desirable nine-room modern
house, 4117 Farnam ritreet, $40. Alfred C
Kennedy, real estate, loans. Insurance,
rentals. 209 First National Bank Building.
Omaha, Neb., Telephone 722. D Uu8
$T0 NEW, all modern, 7-roora house, 33d and
Marcy. 'Phone 6786. D M508
1911 CALIFORNIA ST. 7 rooms, city water
$18. Walter Breen, R. 416 Karbach Blk.
FOR RENT A 10-room house, rth and
Mason, with furnace and fully equipped
bath room only $16 per month. Inquire
K. C. Peter & Co., ground floor, Bn
FOR RENT A very desirable 9-roora house,
modern In eery respect, with hard wood
noors; gooa num. tuny per montn.
2O!0 Eniinet street. Inquire R. C. Peters
& Co., Ground Floor, Bee Bldg.
NICE 6-room house, all modern, easily
heated. $22.50 721 So. 37th St.
FOUR rooms; modern, except furnace.
Apply 646 S. 18th 8t. D M6e
NEW 6-room. strictly modern, high-class
property, 3712 N. 24th St., $30. SNAP.
New 4-room cottage, full lot, $13.
SWEET & BEST. 613 N. Y. U Tel. 1471
8-ROOM brick. In walking distance, 2719
Jackson, inquire 4019 Hamilton bt.
668 B. 2Sth St., 10 rooms, all modern.
Water and $40
25(8 Poppleton Ave., 6 rooms, modern, ex
cept furnace 26
2618 Hamilton St., I rooms, modern ex
cept furnace 26
2133 Miami St., 9 rooms, modern. Water
647 S. 25th Ave., 7 rooms, modern ex
cept furnace It
3104 Elm St., 8 rooms, modern, has fur
nace. . ., IS
2631 Burdetta St., 3 rooms, gas and city
136 N. 37th St., 6 rooms, city water
THE BYRON REED CO.;
212 S. I4th. Phone 797.
D Ms83 31
1433 S. 16th St., (rear), 4-room cottage, $7-60
NVw store room, 8. E. corner 20th and
Farnam Sts.. basement under entire room,
furnace heat, rental $76 per month.
George ac Co., lfiol Farnam St.
D MS30 31
TWO new houses for rent, 36th and Har
rev. Inquire on premises, or telephone
$072. D Mf02 3ux
FOR RENT Seven-room cottage at CI N.
36th St.; modern except furnace.
D MSM tthi
C03TT cottage bom, famished or unfur
nished; six rooms, poltshnd floor, full lot
car line one block. 114 S. sOth St.
FOR BENT 7-room brick bouse, 4C23 Doug
las: procelain balk; fine furnace; cement
walks; $25. 'Phurte 10. L. D SnaMlng,
Omana Natl Bank. D M865 1
FIVE-ROOM house, modern except fur
na e: vacant about Nut. L Address loU
& Cd, ' P-aaUll 9
FACTORY tuner nd action regulators at
lowest rates for ellable service. Tel. lt2s.
6chmoller A Mueller, piano makers.
U S63 .
TUB. vapor and alcohol baths. 720 S. 13th.
TRY KELLi-S LAUNDRY. 'PHONE 3530.
PHONE 701 and a man will call and tune
vour piano, $2. perfleln Piano Co.. ljil
MAPiNPTIf treatment ft baths. Mm;,
LARSON & JOHNSON-Cut rate to all
point. 140b Farnam. Tel. 1M6. Member
American Ticket Brokers' association.
Cap. Ave. Laundry f.lc.iffsi:
THE Salvation Army solicits cnst-ofT cloth
ing; in fact, anything you do 'not need;
we collect, repair and sell, nt 114 N. lUn
St, for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4136 and wagon will call.
Pianos delivered at once, $1.00 weekly. All
music lessons free. JOIN NOW. Perfleld
Piano Co., 1611 Farnam St. U-
ACCORDION n1 SUNBURST
PLhAllNG, KUCHING, BUTTONS
Send tor price list and samples.
THE GULbiYlAN PLtAliiNGCO
1UU UOLblwia lu.iv. 'l,b.L- 1336.
PRIVATE home during confliiement; Da
bie boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gardoil,
221S Charles Tel. UiU. U 864
PRIVATE home uurlng confinement; babies
adopted. The Uood Samaritan Sanitarium,
728 First Ave., Council Bluffs, la. Til. 771
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Ramge Blk.
DR ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 4 3, 15du Farnam.
DR. JACKSON, Room 4, Frenzer Block.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Consulta
tion free. U 2&6
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement: up to date and reliable. .3!9 S
131 h St, Omaha, Neb. U--293 Oct30x
WE rent new sewing machines, $1.60 per
month from November on, Nebrasaa
Cycle Co., Tel. 1663., cor. lot li and Harney.
U M171 4
WANTED Girl wants nice girl room
mate; hotel. E. 15, care Bee.
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 mail $2.00. Dr. R.
G. Raymond Remedy Co., Room 35. 84
Adams et., Chicago, 111. S66
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and Irregularlites of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with sump. Dr. Pries. 1511, Dodge St.,
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
dies; never falls; $2 postpaid. Sherman Js
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 868
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no Injec
tion. Call or write for booklet. Quick
Cure Rupture Co., ill W. O. W. B.dg..
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith Ac Co., 1320 Far nam St
MONET TO LOAM Payne Investment Ca
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. City loan
at lowest rates; no delay; get our terms.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES-Ben.ls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Weod, 1620 Douglai
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates; no
delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y. Life.
WANTED City loan. R. C. Peter U Co.
FARM and city ioans; lowest rales. W. H.
Thomas, 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1618.
LOANS on Omaha Improved property, or
to build with; can pay it back in monthly
payments. Hustings & Heyden. 1694
Farnam St W 852
WANTED Application for 6 money on
business property. F. D. Wead, 1524 Doug
las St. W61,9 31
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 2th
CHATELAIN SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
PWPNPH German, Spanish, Fencing,
t lll!Vll Tnc best results ere obtained
t our method of teaching. Trial lesson
fi Davldga Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
FRED G. ELIJ8. teacher of voice. Room
16, Barker Bldg. Voices tested free.
C. PETERSON, European education; voice,
Italian method, piano. 618 W. O. W. Bldg.
H. A. BTURGES, registered attorney; pat
1 ants, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
less successful. M7 N. Y. Life, Omaha.
V. J- LARSON A) CO.. patent lawyer.
ADVICE FREE. 03 Bee Bldg. Tel.
SHARPS MACHINE WORKS. Tatent
procured, Inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, machine work. 6o4
612 So. 10th Bt. M 312 N2o
PATENTS secured or money refunded.
Fee reduced to $10. Address Sues A
Co., Washington. D. C. Advice free.
V I IMRINfw ReIair work a specialty.
rl-UlVVDlnVJ Lynch Bros., 317 8- 1-ih.
I VNrHR,Palrlll Immediately attended
Linvrito. U8 8. 15th. Tel. 32
'IU1PU1N 1 U1H1V RenBirlnvn.nmr.flu
at low prices. 612 N. 16th. TeL Red bfA
A. EAVARD, 4314 No. 34th. Tel. 6832
-Mi N 23
MM E. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMI3T.
Call at No. 113 S loin SL. upalaira.
Resultful prediction aLaulutiJy given.
MRS. O'NEAL (coiorad). palmist and ad
Visa, let RedbiaL 22U No 21st
GA H AG EN A mam! a. Oct. 3t. 1905. aged H6
years months and 2 days, at her late
residence, 2226 S. Ulh
Funeral Monrisv, Oct. 80. 1906, at I p. m.
from the peoples' church. 616 N ISth St.
Interment Prospect HiJI cemetery. Friends
Bralley & Dorrance, 20th and Cum. T. 5M.
HARRY B. DAV13, 411 S. 15th- Tel. 126.
DODDER, E. Im, 2224 Cuming. TeL 477.
TAGGART, d and Cuming. TeL 714.
WANTED TO BUY
Antiquarian Rook Store. 1220 Far; highest
price paid for 2d-hand books. Tel. F-4529.
N 808 NU
SHETLAND pony, young mare; must b
fentle and sound, broke to ride and drive,
all 4 to 6 p. m. 4026 Ixard. N 182
HIGHEST price paid for second-hand
goods. Telephone 1039. N 292 N19
WANTED To rent or buy second-hand 26
liorsepower upright or horizontal boiler to
run steiini pump. Telephone J. W. Flag
ler, Council Bluffs. N M185 30x
LOST Saturday night at Orphans' fair, a
gold brooch set with nine diamonds. Lib
eral reward by Mr. M. A. Nagl, 606 8.
13th St. Lost M393 80
LOST Red cow, dehorned. Omaha Van A
Storage Co. Lost M764
LOST Patent leather handbag, containing
about $9 In cash, a lady's gold watch,
pair of black kid gloves and handker
chief, as well as papers. Kindly return to
V. W. Judson, W Harney St., care of
Midland Glass and Paint Co., and re
ceive reward. Lost M9V6 81
Mr. and Mrs. Morard's School for Dan.
cing now open. Children classes meet In
our new academy, isth St. near Far
nam: beginners, Saturday 10 a. m. and
Wednesday 4:15 n m.; season, months,
$10. Children advanced, Saturday I p.
m.; season. 6 months, $5. Adults meet
at 15th & Farnam, Tusdays and Friday
8 p. m. Prlva: lessons daily. Tel. 204L
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow.
Church Co., main floor, N. Y. L. Tel. 133
J. M. Macfarland, 309 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. 685J
JOHNSON Institute. 615 N.
Y. Life. TeL
MRS. JOHN R. MUSICK. Osteopathy Phy
sician. Office, Neville Blk. TeL 2823.
GOLDMAN Pleating Co., 100 Douglas Blk.
In Families, Miss Sturdy. Tel. Harney l'W.
EXPERIENCED auctioneer on short no
tice to conduct Bales of real estate, live
stock, household goods, etc. Omaha Real
Estate Auction Co., 233 Neville Blk.,
Phone 6878. -896
PRINTING MEMORIAL CARDS; ar
i v VptTp tlstic designs, 8. E. Cor.
LYNGSTAU 16th St. and Capitol Ave.
IF YOU do not nnd what you want in this
. . . . i -..in
voiuuiu, vub au au. au auu sow " i www
. i. rr QvO
Office of the city clerk. South Omaha,
Neb.. October 16, A. D. 1905.
Scaled bids uddressed to the undersigned,
and plainly marked "Proposals for Refund
ing Bonds," will bu received at the otlice of
the City Cl'Tk, 6outh Omaha, Neb., unlil 8
o'clock p. m. October 3oih, A. D. 1905.
For the purchase of the following de
scribed Issue of city bonds of the City ot
South Omaha, lliesu said bonds so offered
for sale being general obligations ot the
Seventy thousand and eight ($70,008) dol
lars of city refunding bonds. Issued for the
purpose of refunding seventy thousand and
eight ($70,008) dollars in city funding bonds,
daied November 1, I9u0, now outstanding
under a reserved option.
These bonds so offered will be Issued and
numbered, consecutively, from one to 140,
or 70, both Inclusive (except number one,
which shall be of the denomination of $008
or $1,008, as the case may De. ana will be
of the denomination of $jo0 or $l,0u0 each at
the option of the purchaser, dated Novem
ber 1, A. D. 1906, due and payable In twenty
(2u) years after date, unless sooner re
deemed under the legal option of the city
at any time after five (5) years from date,
bearing interest at the rate of four and one
half 4Vfe) per cent jkt annum, payable
fceml-annually. May and November 1 of
each year, interest installment evidenced
by coupons attached to the bonds, bond
and the interest coupons payable at the
liscul Hgency of th stale of Nebraska, in
the CHy of New York, state of New York,
United States or America.
These said refunding bonds are Issued for
the purpose of redeeming and refunding
certain outstanding funding bonds of series
dated November 1. A. D. 190U, which fund
ing bonds were issued and sold under ex
isting constitutional and statutory provis
ions of the Clly of South Omaha, Neb., and
it Is further certified that the faith and
credit of tho City of feoutn Omaha are
firmly bound and revenue powers are irre
vokably pledged for the prompt payment of
these said refunding bonds and interest
thereof semi-annually, and at maturity
Also that the total Indebtedness of the
city, including this lnu of bonds, has not
ex.eeded the constitutional and statutory
limits, and that an annual tax, and other
taxes and assessments to pay principal and
Interest, as the same respectively fall due,
shall be levied and made
Each bidder must state separately the
amount he will offer for this Issue entire,
as to 'principal and premium," and that
"accrued Interest," will be paid to the date
and delivery of said bonds, also as to the
amount of the charge, if any, that will be
made additional, by the purchaser, for the
printing and lithographing of this said
series cf bonds.
Each bid must be accompanied by cash,
or an unconditional certified check on a
registered national bank, In the sum of one
thousand ($1.(I dollars, and made payable
to the City of South Omaha, Neb., aa an ev
Idenca of good faith on the part of tha said
Tha City of South Omaha, through Its
City Council, reserves the right to reject
any or all bids, or to waive defeot should
By order of the City Council.
JOHN J. GILL1N, City Clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Proposals mill be received for the pur
chase of the brick and slone residence at
the southwest corner of Seventeenth and
Dougias streets and its removal by Janu
ary 1 next. For detailed information and
opportunity to Inspect the building apply
to R. W. BHker, superintendent Bee build
ing, who will also receive the bids, reserv
ing right for the owners to retect any or sIL
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
Omaha, Neb.. October 35, 19o5. Sealed pro.
posal. In triplicate, will be received her
until 10 a.m. central atandard time, No
vember t5, 1. for furnishing coal, oata,
bran, hay and bedding during tha re
mainder of the fiscal year ending June 33.
19u6. at Fort Omaha, Nebraska, and wood
at Fort Dea Moinea. Iowa. Proposals for
deliverv ai other pluce will be entertained.
U. 8 reserves right u reject or accept any
or all proposals, or any part thereof. In
formation furnished on application here, or
to Quartermasters at stations named. En
velopes containing proposals shoild be
marked 'Proposals for Fuel OT Forag,"
and aldrat4 U IL GRAY ZALINeKl.
U ft. it, i-U
RAILWAY TIME CARD
rsioa. tTATIOl TE1TII AMD MARCY
rirertand Limited ...a 9
Callfcrnla Fxpres a 4
a 81' pm
Ui a n
a 6 :10 pir
a y pin
a 3 V0 pm
a 7:44 am
C alifornia Oregon .x. 4
Nor'h Platte Local a 7
Fast Mall a 8
Colorado Special n 7
Beatrice Local b I
Chleaara Rock lalaa at
Chicago Limited a I
Chicago Express a 7
Chicago Express, local. .b1l
Pes Moines Express a 4
Chicago Fast Express... .a
Rorky Mountain Ltd a T
Colorado Express a 1
Oklahoma & Texas Ex.. a 4:
b 1:80 pm
:38 am a T-l am
:$ am a 6:66 pm
:40 am a 4 30 pm
:,) rm bll:60ain
:40 pm a 1:16 pin
:7D am a 1..T0 am
:80 pm a 4:56 pm
. at Mil' A. .
Mam aio :36pm
:60 pm a 3:06 am
:36 am bio :85 pm
:50 pm a 6 :u6 pm
Chicago Express a 7
Chicago Limited a 7
Minn. A St Paul Ex b 7
Minn. & St Paul Ltd. ...a 7
St Louis Expres .a
K. C. & Bt L. Ex alj
:00 am a:nam
:16 pm a 6.00 pm
Chicago c Korthweitera,
St. Faul Daylight .
..a 7:50 am
..a 8:00 am
..a 6:38 pm
..a 4:32 pm
...a 8:28 em
11 .50 pm
a 9 .36 am
a 6:15 pm
f'lrrnll 1 nr. I .
St Paul Faat Mall
Sioux C. A St.
P. Local.. b 1:50pm
Chicago Express a 6:50 pm
Norfolk Bonesteel a 7:40am
Lincoln A Long Pin a 7:40 sm
Casper A Wyoming e 3:60 pm
Deadwood ft Lincoln a 2:50 pm
Hastings A Albion b 2:60 pm
Chicago Local all:S0am
Chicago, MllwaaV.ee A Bt. Pant.
Chicago ft Colo. Special. a 7:56 am a 7:38 am
California ft Oregon Ex. a 6:46 pm a 1:10 pm
Overland Limited a 8:36 pm a 9:20 am
Marlon ft Cedar R. Loc.O 4:45 am b 11 :00 pm
St Louis Express 1.30 pm
Bt. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) 1216 am
6henadoah Local (from .
Council Bluffs) 6:15 pm
Chicago Great Western.
St Paul ft Minn a 6:30 pm
St Paul ft Minn a 7:45 am
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm
Chicago Express a 6:06 am
. 1:30 pre
a 7:15 am
a 7:56 pm
a a.w pm
BtRLIXarOX STATION lOTH A MAiOI
Denver ft California.. ..a 4:10 pm
Northwest -Express ,...all:0 pm
Nebraska points il:itm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 3:00 pm
Ft. Crook ft Plattsm'th.b :50 pm
Bellevue ft Plattsra'th..a I:m pm
Bellevue & Pao. Junc...al2:15 pm
Bellevue ft Pac. Juno. ..a 8:30 am
Chicago Special a 7:33 am
Chloago Express a 4:00 pm
Chicago Flyer a 8:06 pin
Iowa Local a 9:16 am
St Louis Express a 4:46 pn.
Kansas City ft Bt. Joe..aJ0:46 pm
Kansas City & St. Joe. .a 9:16 am
Kansas City ft St Joe. .a 4:46 pm
a 3.20 pm
a 6:o8 pm
a 7:40 pm
a 12: 06 pm
a lli:26 am
b 8:32 am
a ) :10 am
a 3:66 pm
a 7:26 pm
a 6:45 am
a 8:06 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 10TU A WEBSTER
Nebraska Local, via Leave. Arrive.
Weeping Water .......b 1:50 pm bl2.30 pnt
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger. .. 6:30 am b 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger... a 2:O0 pm all 20 am
Oakland Local b 6:45 pm b 9:10 am
Emerson Local o 8:45 am o 6:00 pm
a dully, b dally except Sunday, d dally
except Saturday, o Sunday only, a dally
VALUE OF A SHOPPING TOUR
Time and Honey Measured by Hus
band and Wife from Different
They were a newly married couple roam
ing through the store.
"Now, ; Edward," she said, "keep your
eye open"1 for' the linen ' section. .' Ask a
floorwalker. At the other end of the store,
on tha second floor! What an unheard-of
place to keep linens; it' outrageous."
"Say, Alice," he said meekly, "suppose
you go alone.' I really have a lot of things
to attend to, and your Judgment Is good
enough for the selection of a few table
cloths." "No, I'm not going alone," she said.
"Why. Just remember that you are to Bit
at the table which will have on these table
cloths, and I should be worried for tear
you were thinking the pattern ugly and
didn't like to say anything bout It Yes,
I want to look at the table linen by the
yard. That is $2.50 a yard? Why. that Is
dreadfully dear! That' $1 .50 a yard?
Goodness, but your price are high. W'hat?
Tou call that a bargain. Well, I don't.
It Is damask on both side. Supposing It
Is; I can't use both side at once."
"Dear," expostulated Edward, "are you
sure those prices are high? Tou know
you are Just a beginner in tha shopping
"Do you know more about it than I do?
Please do not provoke me; that elerk was
enough for one day, I think."
."Well, now I want you to look at some
goods for winter waists. Do forget that
stupid business of your for a few min
utes. Now, you know I am learning to
be economical, so I'll look for remnants."
. After canvassing the store from top to
bottom they found a few ugly remnants
of winter good.
"Gracious!" said Alice. "They are all
20 cent a yard or over. Why, that la
monstrous. ' I'll never pay that much.
Guess I'll wait until mother can coma with
At last Edward had hope of. gaining
hi freedom, but they were lost when his
wife made a dash for a certain bolt ot
"Here, Edward, Is a pretty pattern of
summer goods, and It la only 10 cents a
yard. Three yards will make a waist,
won't It. dear?"
"Three and a half yard ta tha usual
amount w sell, madam," cams from a
Alice, in an aside to her husband I "All
these clerks try to sell you mora than
you really need. No. I'll take Just three
yards. Just imagine, Edward, I'm getting
a whole waist for 30 cents. And I will
make It myself."
To himself Edward said: "Jlmmlny! A
half day wasted to purchase 90 cents' worth
of waist good. No mora shopping for my
royal highness." Chicago Record-Herald.
!o Place for Strangers.
J. Edward Addlcks was condemning a
"The man has no experience," he said,
"and he has not sense enough to conceal
hi lack of It. He remind me of an Inci
dent that took place In a barber shop the
"In this quiet, busy shop a man who wa
getting shaved suddenly uttered a loud
" Hang you!' he exclaimed, 'Tou've rut
my chin twice now. If you can't shave
better than this every regular customer
will leave you."
"But the young barber pushed tha man'
head back on tha velvet rest, and Laughed.
" 'Oh, no,' he said. 'No fear ot that I'm
not allowed to shave regular customers
yet. I only shav strangers.' "New Tork
Fir lader Water.
Is not more surprising than ths quick,
pleasant curative effect of Dr. King's New
Life PIH 26c; guaranteed. For sale by
Sherman ft McCuonell Drug Co.
If you bave anything to trade, advertise
it In tha "For Exchange" iifr,.a aa Jm
baa waat 4 pats
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