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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER
CYCLONE GOES ON WHEELS
Nebraska City Street Car Knock Out All
FLIT THROUGH SPACE LIKE A PHANTOM
U river of (lar llaa f.noil Ileal
o( Fan with Three Pae
ifnirri from the
you ever t on it Nebraska "I t y
You could not have ridden on many of
them, for there are only two on the entire
system. But these two will do to remember
and you Will remember them If ever It frill
to your lot to 1 Jerked through spare on
nun of them.
Nebraska City H one of the mo.t beautl
f il nnd progressive 1 11 11 cities of the state,
hut Ilk every other city, big and little, It
haa obstacle to encounter In lis march to
ward the metropolitan.
But whatever else may lie said of Ne
braska City's street car system, of Its car
men. It muat lie anid they are most accom
modating; and courteoua In their treatment
of passengers, nnd particularly If they dis
cover any of tliclr passengers to be from
out. of town. In this regard car men In
other cities might well emulate them.
Cordiality Is one of the distinguishing
elements In Nebraska City. With Jealous
ear and vigilant fidelity Its people guard
the exercise of this good trait of character.
The day of the unveiling of the Morton
monument the biggest day In the history
of Otoe county this fact was conspicuously
manifest. And no person was more eager
In his desire to accommodate and entertain
than the men charged with the responsi
bility of actually running these two street
All Over the Line.
The cars seemed to be all over the line
all the time. You couldn't look In any
direction. It seemed, but you would see
one of theso quaint, diminutive affairs
whizzing through the air. The line runs
from the Burlington depot to Morton park
and throughout the day these two ancient
caravans were kept plying back and forth
between these termini, loaded "to the
guards" all the time.
Motive power? Why, horses, or sometimes
mules. But never could horses run like
About 1:45 In the afternoon of the unveil
ing day one of theso cars was tearing up
the street which leads to Morton park. The
exercises were to begin at 2 o'clock. There
was no time to lose. This cur was literally
packed. All seats were taken, men were
standing on each other's toes Inside and on
the rear and front platforms. The driver
Just barely had room In which to swing his
a-reat blacksnake. But another man. a
stranger In the city, wanted to get aboard.
As the car dashed up the street he ran out
to catch It.
"Who-a-pp, Jinny, there's anoth'rn
shouted the driver, as he began to set
brakes and draw In on his lines. "Hurry up!
Ain't no time to spare!" ho called out.
"Never mind stopping. Clo right ahead.
I'll get on all right," yelled the man, who
was from Omaha.
Ho Got on. All Right.
Tie did get on on the front platform
which was not over two feet from the dash
board to the front of the car, it seemed. He
stood right at the driver's elbow, so that
every time that kind-hearted man swung
Ms blacksnake at his horses the smart,
small end of it took a half-hitch around
the stranger's neck. But all this only
added to the delirious intoxication of the
sport. The man delved down In his pocket
nd brought up a nickel. He held It In his
hand for a while and then stuck It between
his teeth, the only natural place to carry
carfare. He waited for some one to come
get It. He gave a look back through the
long vista of the car, but he couldn't see
half through; It was Jammed with hu
inanity. Then he thought if there was a
conductor aboard ft would be impossible for
him to come through the car and collect
fares on the front end. lie then begun to
look for him to run from the rear and
catch the front, but he didn't. The driver
was entirely too busy to bother with such
little things as fare, ho the man reluctantly
put the money back In his pocket. Intend
ing, as they do in Omaha, to send the
nickel to the company's office the next day,
Tfeen he reflected that that might bo a
knock on the car men.
Finally, this car struck a down grade,
On the front platform were several Teu
tonic gentlemen from out In the state
somewhere. The driver saw his opportunity
and seized It.
Time, Treclons Time.
"Time, time, we got'er make time," he
shouted at his raging steeds, Into whom
he was pouring the black snuke like wheat
running Into a hopper. The foaming ani
mals had struck a dead lope. They raced
through the atmosphere like two mad
steeds of war. The old car swayed and
surged: tt Jumped up and down, leaped
forward and then seemed fairly to spring
from one intersection street to another.
I.Ike a phantom flying through the air,
this caravan sped "onward, ever onward,"
as Bill Nye said of his fox chase.
"Mine Oott, schtop it," yehed a distracted
passenger on the front platform; "I cain
B f primness, dyspepsia, lost of sppetlta,
disturbed sleep, nervousness, headache,
flddtneas and drowsiness, wind and pain
or fullness of the stomach after meals,
cold ohills and flushings of beat, shorv
neat of breath these are the blank
cbeqna of physical bankruptcy.
The man who suffers from thesa dis
orders and Bag loots them will soon be In
tna relentless grasp of soma fatal disease.
If bs la naturally narrow cheated and
shallow lunged. It will probably be eon
sumption) If his father or mother died uf
paralTSls or soma nervous trouble, it will
probably be nervous exhaustion or pros
tration, or even Insanity: if there Is a
taint In tie family blood. It will be blood
or skin disease. If he lives In a new or a
low, swampy country, It will be malaria;
If bs lives a life of exposure. It may ba
rheumatism. There Is one safe oourse for
a man to follow who find himself "out of
torts and tuffertaf from the symptoms
described. It is to resort to Dr. fierce
Goldsn Medical Discovery. This medi
cine makes the appetite keen, corrects all
disorder of ths digestion, re odors silml-
lauoa parieot, iBTlgoratas ths liver, purl
flas and enriches tb blood and builds
firm, bealtay flesh and nerve tissue. It
cure almost all disease that result from
naufuelent or Improver nourishment of
ths brain and Barvee. Uroochtil, throat,
snd even lung affections, when nut tuo
far advanced, readily yield to It,
A man or woman who Barleou
Tpmr constipation iuflen froiatiuw pol
Al soiila Dr. Clara Pleasant Psl-
i 1 tfi Vur oansilatlaa. One llitl
f " Pallet " is a ran He lax a U re. an
Wrwo a nuia ceuierua LKtn't let
sallUa sailer over-persuade you
saiua sailer over-persuade you to
except s suhatltut fur these Origl.
al Uttia Uvar PilU. an put up
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How to Cast a
The following Instruction.!! for
machine r.ro furnished Thp Bee hy
S'and.u-d Voting Mailiiuo iini.iny, and are both brief
and explicit. If the voter will follow them lie will ha
ni (rouble In regiKtorlng his vote ns he wishes. It Is as
easy to vote :i s:lit ticket on the machine hs by the old
Move the red handle of the curtain lever to the right
as far as It will bo.
This will close (he curtain around you, and unlock
the machine for voting.
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VOTER AHOlTT TO CLOSE THE CURTAIN'.
How In toll' a Mrniitlit Ticket.
Having closed the curtain pull the party lever bear
ing the narao or emblem of your varty over to the right
until the bell rings, and then let It go bark. This turns
down all of the pointers of your party to a voting position.
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VOTER PULLING OVER PARTY LEVER.
Leave the pointers as they are (down In a voting
Move the red handle of the curtain lever to the left
as far as It will go.
This will count your vote, open the curtain, and set
the machine for the next voter.
How t vote a Spilt Ticket. The pointers must be left down over the names to be
Having closed the curtain pull the party lever bear- voted for. If the voter turns them back the vote will not
Ing the name or emblem of your party over to the right be counted, as the opening of the curtain turns back the
until the bell rings, and then let it go back. This turns pointers and counts the vote.
sctand sooch a bccKnus, also you vlll kill
"Can't hear you," was the heartless
reply of the driver as he continued to
pour the bluck snake Into tho team.
"Look out," he was gooa enough to yell,
"hero conies a corner and everybody must
hold on. The company will not be re
sponsible for deaths."
This German rurallut and his two friends
grabbed hold of the car as if they intended
to twist It to Dleces.
"Ve vlll soitenly hold on, by shlmmlny,"
ejaculated one of the over-wrought pass
engers. Listen to Thin.
About that time a youngster rods up on
his wheel and Impudently shouted that
"you better hurry, you ain't got but two
minutes to git there In." The Incongruity
of the situation amused the Omaha man
and In his excitement he dropped his
handkerchief. He quietly Jumped off the
car and picked It up and was bark on
before the outraged driver and the frlght-
l ened Germans got their breath.
Well the car rounded that corner all
right and everybody was safe, but there
came another corner rushing pell-mell
down the track like a hurricane.
"Mine frlendt, hold on," pleaded one of
the German farmers to the Omaha man,
whose Indifference to such lightning speed
"I ll try to stick r." replied the Omaha
man; "I'll do the best I can." and, as the
old vehicle lunged around this corner, he
was gripping the dashboard until he took
cramps In his hands.
"Why, we got around that one all right,"
he observed as he saw the caravun
straightened out once mure.
"Yes, we did," rejoined the driver, who
seemed somewhat elmgiined at his fail
ure to dump out half his passengers on
this breakneck crusade; "but if these 'ere
fellows meaning the Germans weren't so
'feared I'd agone round that corner on
As the 'pld car steamed Into the park at
the terminus of the line the driver beheld
the other car standing there, with horses
attached and facing the approaching
cyclone on wheels. Although fully a block
away, the driver begun yelling "char the
track; git your old nags out of that;
we're comin." "
Did the other fellow get out? well,
MAN FOUND DEAD IN WAGON
Albert Krorirr Discovered with Bat
let Wound In Head and He.
lulffr In Hand.
The body of Albert Krueger, with a bullet
wound In the right temple, was found at 7
o'clock Saturday morning by Sergeant Sig
aait and Patrolman Ring In an express
wagon at the rear of 1202 Douglas street.
The lndleatlufis were that of suicide. Cor
oner Brailey took charge uf the body and
notified relatives of the dead man ut
Schleswlg, la. An Inquest will be held.
'rom papers found on the ierson of
Krueger it Is believed he was despondent
over not receiving an expected btfruy from
Germany. A postal card, dated last July at
Bornhoved, Germany, and written by Chris
Haneehildt, was found In one pocket and
contained the Information that Hunschildt
was making efforts to forward the money to
Krueger. No amount was mentioned. A
letter from the dead man's brother. Emll
Krueger, cashier of the German bank at
Schleswlg. la. wii found under date of
Outuber f and rfiu94 ty t$ fcwatr, a3-
Vote on the Voting Machine
using the votlnR
the United Stales
And then turn
candidate you wish
Mil. Hm-oI. IiKi I
lai art kJ
vlslnir Krueger to be patient and wait
awhile longer for the remittance, although
it had then been six weeks since ho (Al
bert) had. forwarded power of attorney to
Kvldently Krueger shot himself about 1
o'clock Friday evening, when Mrs. Reed, a
cook at the Millard hotel, heard a shot
fired nearby. When found the man was
lying in the old express wagon, with a 32
caliber revolver tightly clutched In his right
hand. He wore a new suit of clothes. He
appeared to have been about 24 years of
Nothing of the man Is known In Omaha.
The Qi'rraan postal card bears the address
of L street and Boulevard, South Omaha,
but from tho brothers' letter it Is gathered
the dead man had not been in South Omaha
for some months.
AGENTS PURSUE WRONG MAN
Insurance solicitors, Seeking- ewl
Married Hotel Clerk, Svroop
Down on Other Fellow. '
"See that gentleman who Just went out
the door?" remarked Clerk Hustings o the
Murriy Saturday niorninr "Well, he Is
tho sixth man who has been In here this
morning trying to tke my life Insurance.
I think there were twenty of them In iere
yesterday. They have got me mixed up
with Mr. Kenyon. the night clerk of the
hotel, who was recently married, and these
solicitors have Just been making life mis
erable for me. One of them gave me a
long confidential talk about the necessity
of life Insurance and talked to me about an
hour yesterday on the duty young married
men owed their wives. After he got
through I had to tell him I had been mar
ried three years and was burdened with
Ufa Insurance now. That fellow looked
heart-broken for a minute or two and
finally confessed the talk he had put up to
me was worth an endowment policy any
how. But, say, just wait until they can
PREMIUM PLACED ON AGE
Holt Coauty Man, Seventy-Six Yenra
Old, la Helleved of Elghty
J. E. Anderson, 7ti years of age and a
citizen of Holt county, called at the police
station Saturday morning and told the po
lice he had allowed himself to be inveighed
into the place of 8tella Terrell, colored,
North Eleventh street, and found himself
In short when he took his leave.
Miss Terrell is charged with larceny
from the person, while her alleged para
mour. Clay Terrell, Is booked us a sus
picious character. The money has not been
located. The prisoners are being held for
Anderson's story ts that he entered the
Terrell place with a roll of $2r, $2iO being
tied with a string and the balance wrapped
over the string. He maintains the woman
took the ttj and threw his purse with the
$."ji) on the floor.
Last snprrnt KTor.
In a last supreme effort to cure Coiisilpa
th n, biliousness, etc., take Dr. King's Now
Life Pills. 26c. Eur sale by Sherman &
McConell Drug Co.
YlsKlag arses Sbow.
Next Thursday evening "Ths Burglar and
the BlitEard" will be presented for ths
benefit of the Yislting Nurses' association.
Mr. Rover, Mr. Durktse and Miss Jessie
Barton taking the leading rules. The story
Is that a )uun man captures a buigiar la
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down all of the pointers of your party (o a voting position.
Turn back (up) the pointer from over the name of
the candidate you wish to cut.
See 11 1 ust rat lou below.
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Iimi tei s au.i It, I 'irmt a.i smi I
down a pointer over the nnme of the
to vote for for that ofHce.
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lie sure to complete each split before making another.
For an office to which two or more candidates are
to be elected, the given number can bo voted for, regard
less of position.
After tho vote is arranged, move the red handle of
the curtain lever to tho left as far as it will go. This will
count one vote for every candidate that has a pointer left
down over his name.
How to Vote on Qaentlonn.
To vote yes, turn tho question pointer to tho word
yes, and leave It there.
To vote no, turn the question pointer to the word No,
and leave It there. See Illustration below.
r N. Y., N. No M.
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together for two duys. The burglar has a
sister, Willi whom t lie young man falls In
lovo. The result Is an amusing coinpliCii
tlon, witli the usual happy ending. JIlss
Catherine 1,'iiau is staging the play.
ROOSTER READY FOR RETURNS
Fowl Secured by Klbourn from Tracy
to Crovr for Republican
"In yonder room I have the rooster that
will crow over the republican victory Tues
day night and he was given to me by
Charles A. Tracy, a candidate for county
commissioner on the democratic ticket."
Thus spoke City Clerk Klbourn with a
flavor of prlda In his voice. Tho fowl Is
one he long coveted to lead his poultry
brigade on his farm In the north end of
town. Tho rooster Is a magnificent I'lym
outh Rock. 5'i months old, and took tirst
piizo at the Ak-Sar-Ben show. The clerk
tried to buy him from Mr. Tracy, but the
latter refused to take the coin nnd sent
over the chicken. He said he was confident
it would have to crow for democratic suc
cess, anyway, but the. clerk proceeded at
once to eradicate the democratic training
and eubst'tute republican doctrine. The
rooster seemed proud and happy ut the
change and stalked about the city clerk
private office in a dignified and resplendent
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n 1 n i ktii s non ia do H m
U Makes Everything Lirgi Siftln. Tap Ci v(
y "Spick and Span iqo II
if CuOAKV-naatH'OHAHA UiA- At All Grocara .y
VOTE BY MACHINE TUESDAY
Donjlas County Will Gie Hw Plso Tint
MANY CITIZENS ALREADY FAMILIAR
Kiperlmrnlnl Efforts how thai e
creej and Mlence Is I'.nsllj Muni
nar il ty (lie Voter from
For the p;ist week or t-!i dn the three
custodians named ty the courty board havo
been holding schools of Inslruotlmi lor the
Judges and clerks who will compose the
election boards nxt Tuesday. The base
ment of the court house has been the sunn
of continual conferences, not onl between
the custodians and the election officers, but
scores of imiutsltivo citizens luiv" also
taken lessons in the alt of maulpul itiug the
machine that is the pm.Uhe destroyer of
political machines of the old type.
A general idea of the method or oper
ating the voting machine' has tieen gained
by voters through the use of the small
dummy models that have been scattered
about the city in barber shops, ctn.ir stores
and other public or semi-public placrs. But
careful voters have made It a point to per
sonally Investigate the new contrivance;
and, having Investigated, they have gone
away Impressed with lis simplicity, safety
and silence. What secrets of Independence
It may be trusted with, they feel, are
never to be violated.
Assistant Postmaster Woodard took half
an hour otT one afternoon and devoted the
time to a study of the machine. He pulled
the party lever over and moved the can
didate keys up nnd down all ,h toss tho
board until lie was satisfied in his own
mind that he won't forget the combination
"Seems to me Just like swimming." sal. I
Mr. Woodard. "Onco you learn how you
cannot forget. This machine i- crrtainly a
Kvcn dull men have be. n -ueci'sfully
initiated into the n .. ;: -i results
achieved by the educat d fitureis of the
voting muchlne. Some have stood
around nnd watched ana have played with
the machines as a child does with a saw
dust doll, except that they could not find
out "what is inside." If any person has
the Idea that tho humbler class of voters
Is not getting wise to the machine he
should disabuse himself of that notion. As
a rule these people have been diligent In
becoming acquainted with the tew Intri
cneles of the mechanical recorder of the
spirit of t lie electorate. They know their
own weaknesses instead of being over
confident of their own cleverness. They do
not propose to take any cl.anees that can
be avoided In casting tic ir ballets.
On the other hand, hundreds of the so
called better class of voters have never
been near the machines or have given them
only casual attention. Straight tickets ere
to be looked for from , this clement, rather
than from tho more humble voter.
Results Mi the cities in the east where
the machines havo had thorough tests
seem to indicate that surprises of as start
ling a character as ever came from the
"open box" are to be expected from the
voting machine. The only difference Is
that here the surprises will not create
suspicion of sculdugRory. The machine. It
Is asserted, and with apparently good
reason, is the needed complement of the
Australian ballot law. Secrecy is absolutely
secured, with the additional virtue of swift
ness in ascertaining the result.
An election officer called on to operate
the machine for an ignorant voter will,
perhaps, be able to give the latter the
rush-act in throwing levers, but even then
ho cannot succeed altogether if the voter
knows the key letter and the number of
the persons he desires to vote for. Party
designations are so plain that the man
with the most rudimentary knowledge of
printed English should be able to tell
whether the assistant he calls is operating
along tho right line or not, and the num
bers of the keys should enable him to
viify his intention.
Close observation of many tests give one
the idea that tho machine is simple enough
be easily operated and works smooth
enough to caro for all tho votes that are
entitled to bo recorded, within the time
VACANCY IN THE COUNCIL
Majority Members Are Slow to Ei
press Themselves as to Wbat
They Will Uo.
Members of the councllmanic majority
are as tight as a drum when asked ques
tions about the filling of the Fourth ward
vacancy. The only thing they will say is
there hus been no caucus to pick out the
man and no one Is yet decided upon.
Councilman Back is pleased he is con
sidered so Important and in dealing out
smiles, but will not say what he proposes
to do. Efforts are being made by the other
majority members, however, to keep him
in line and making new combinations.
"Not a thing hns been fixed up yet,"
snld a city hall olilce holder. "I am satis
lied of this and satisfied' there will be
nothing until after the election Tuesday.
i Then look out; something will happen
IS THE MODERN
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Advertisements rot these rolanm I
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CITY SAVINCS BANK pa s t pel
THY KKI.I.Y S TOWK.I. f TITLY. Tel. ;IV,..
AN'TI-.Monopoly Garbage Co., :l N. Will.
Tel. 177!. K --.
I t I IM r- l CITY STIIAM
LAU1N UKl r,,
Cl'T RATI: railway tickets everywhere.
i 11. I'hilMn. K.aj Fainam. 'l'hone ;m.
Omaha Safe and Iron Works make a spe
iuliy of iire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Amli'eru, Prop., liC S. Mill St.
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
iron and brass castings. SiJ Jackson. Tel.
SIGN' PAINTING, S. 11. Cole, l.K Pnuglas.
SAI IRON'S reputed, 'JO. , three for l c
Omaha Plating Co.. 1b"8 Harney. Tel. 'Jo.-..
I Orkf WITH Hetlin. 217 South 14th.
HOLLOW BUILDING 'V'..:1
ijali' iie.qiesi price. Wentwoith, CIS
I iixiun lih.eK l'hone 1072. HS i
Rlllf1 I joi l: Jii'iobel & Son,
R j(M Janlii
O.MAIIA Wire and Iron Woiks make ,7
cialty of wire flower pot stands and win
dow guards. :j:7 Karnaiu. Tel. A-6M.S.
V 1 1 K K Vh 1 ua hie formula for mahoga ly
xa.n Tupshlne Mfg. Co., :,: 1 iodide,
Omaha. uv1:i lN16x
?j,'!tLRrET 'I-KANING WKS..
.. S. MTU ST. THUN K AV,.
R -M745 Nin
FURS ,Kp1ed. repaired and remodeled.
uij Thomsen, 1417 Farnam.
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DcNIO, signs. 15L'4 Dodse. Tel. to.in.
Carpet Cleaning. Chrlstlanson, 2L':3 N Mth
OAK block coal JK.0O a ton; best In town
for money. Jeff W. Bedford Co. Tel lis
Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co.
COMPRESSED AIR & SUCTION SYSTEM.
We clean and renovate carpets rugs, up
holstery, mattresses, etc. No Job too large
or small. Prices right. liil9 Karnam.
Phone B 83t2. R-M. Na
OMAHA ENGINE CO., western agents for
the "Field" gas and gasoline engines. A
lew second hand engines cheap, nil Far-nara-
R him N23
KOTERA & CO Pri"trs and En-
DIMF Pnntalorlum Pressing Co., 115 Ho.
,T . 16th 'Ptairs. Tel. 2283. PanU,
10c; suits, 3Uc. Call and deliver.
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SOUVENIR Postal Card Machines manu
factured; all sires; also cards $225 per
l.OUJ; catalogue and 2U samples prepaid,
Hlmebaugh Jdfg. Co., liM Glrnrd,
Philadelphia, Pa. R 117 6x
STUDY ENGINEERING Regular course
in monthly magazine; 5oc a year; sample
copies. 5o; also other valuable matter
thorough correspondence course. Engi
neers' List, 471 4th Ave., New York.
R 422 Bx
PRINTING, DRAFTING AND
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It. A. Streeter, 430 Paxton Block. Tel. 17!)8
It M052 D4
MflR ANn'Q Refined School of Dane
"ing. yve teach
Ing in twelve lessons.
FOR women only. Dr. Raymond's Pills,
women's monthly regulator, has brought
happiness to thousands of anxious
w-omen: no pain, no danger, no Interfer
ence with work; relief In 8 to 6 days. We
lav U'ver known of a single failure,
irlce. $2 by mail. Raymond's Monthly
Regulator in liquid, X Dr. R. G. Ray
mond Remedy Co., Room 84, Adams St.,
Chicago, 111. 9
LADIE8. 11,000 REWARD! I positively
guarantee my Never - Failing ERGO
KOLQ Remedy. Safely relieves longest,
most obstinate cases of delayed Monthly
1 erlods in S to 5 days without harm, pain
or Interference with work. Mail ll.SD.
tJ?,ubJr",ren,n -'. "SPECIAL EOI.D
EI?V.J.nR I-ADIES FREE DR. B If.
hOLTHlNGTON CO., KANSAS CITY.
DR. PRIES, gynecologist, German gradu
ate, treats successfully all Irregularities
and diseases of women, rec nt or long
standing; 26 years' practice. Office, ir.ll'
Dodge St., Omaha, Neli. Hours, 10 to 12
and 2 to 4. Letters, 2 cents. M 273
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Grav's
Nerve Food Pills" tl box. postpaid.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
MASSAn.K HPKCIAT.lflT-.ToHeph Rulien,
loom is nee wan., Tel. ws. llmnha. Neb.;
p years' experience. Tioctois orders no
llclted and work guaranteed satisfactory.
MAIARIA Antitoxin ftabletsi; a sclenlldc.
Fpecinc; ueHiroys malarl.i, prevents ty
phoid; formula of an eminent bacteriolo
gist: postpaid 5oc. The l'rniiklln Ithoi-a-toties,
Greenwich Point, liilladclplii i, I'a.
ITClflNfl reitnl diseases cured: lusMnt re-
iiT-t , utai tt l r- iiuill wiiicr, 1WO JC
stamps. Rox 3;M. liiliadclphi i. Sb .'x
rR. W. IICTCHINSON. i-peclalist of
women and children; 3 years' pi act ice.
Oftice, 226 Cuming. Residence telephone,
HDfcU, office 3m7.
MEM, If you are small, weak or undevel
oped, have lost strength, our Acme Vac
uum Developer will restore you without
drugs or electricity; urethrnl obstruc
tion and varicocele permanently cured In
jne to frur weeks; 75. UO In use; not one
failure; write for free book, sent sealed
In plain envelope. Acme Mfg. Co., 78
Barclay Blk., Denver. Colo
LADIES Chichester's Knglish Pennyroyal
Pills are the best; safe, reliable; Hike id
other. Send 4c stamps for particulate,
"Relief for Indies," In .-iter stiy return
mall. Ask your druKiat t I. U heater
Chemical Co.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Morand's School for Dan in
now open. Children' classes mi -t in
our new academy, lutlt Kt . near Kar
nam; IkIioh-is, Satutduy 1-1 a. m. .mi
Wednesday 4:l.i p. m.; s. .1.1011, t, inoiiti,s,
tin. (iilldrtn advanced, Saturday X p.
in ; aeaaon. ft inouths. t', Adults im rl
at lOt Ii and F.il ii.mi, Tu. sl.i an I 1,1
dajs S P in. Private lessons daily. T, l.
lo-ll. 717 N
ur 1 1 -1 1 i 4 .-, mi r
Wed nihility amiiiMy. Vi e Ut mi ll.ill
WANTED TO BORROW
ivANTED A private loan, $l.60o, 6 yars, on
reldenc property near High school rent
ing fur $&0. E. A. Smith. t Neville Block.
WANTED MALE HELP .
TMU1-.K stcnoRiiiphers. male, ll.00O.OO.
Pill cl.ik. .-'
l'list i:is iiian. otllce work, $!iU
Young man, oil!, e lri k, $l'.
lit -neral li en Iwindlse elei k, good place, IT'JO.
I ii ii:iss Iwn-n sdlcsinnn,
Iiiiiitsmaii. lallro.id, ll.''.
.-i 1 -giaplicr, cxi rlemed In maehlnery
I i in cling sail small, ll.'o and expenses.
II voi arc i.ipnlile of tilling any of the
.-iln.vc positions, call or write us nt once.
A compicte list of vncnoclcs and booklet
liu nlst. imI upon request.
WKSIKHN HK1'. POND ASSN.
Dipt. H, Mii-a N. Y. life Hldg , Omaha.
DRI (1 stores bought and sold. Drug clerks
wanted. V. V. Knlest, 6-'t N. . L.
MKN and Iniys wanted to learn plmbltur
tnide; yieut ilemand for graduates, 4-V
ilii ; many complete course two months;
graduates admitted to union and Master
Plumbers' association. Cuyno Pros. Co.
Plumbing Schools, New York. Cincinnati
and St. IaiuIs. (Day and night class.)
l or tree catalogue address 2; luth Ave.,
New Yoik. B SU
A POSITION guaranteed or no pay. If
you me in m ed of a position, call and
h:ue a "heart-to-heart" talk With HAHT
'li 1 K KXPKRT. 401 N. Y. Ure. B-DH
WANTKD City salesmen at once. C. T.
Adams Co., lt.19 Howard St. B 1
WANTKD Watchmaker, good engraver
and salesman. Kd J. Nlewohner, Colum
bus, Neb. B M74
WANTED Reliable hoys; good wages. A.
D. T. Co., 212 S. 13th. B-M406 N&
W ANTl-:i tjordon ptTSS feedera A. I.
Root, inc., 1:10 Howard St. B 441
WANTKll-Smnll Job of sodding done st
2Mb and Karnam Hts. Apply at room HI
N. y. P,lfe Bldg., betweeu It) and 12 o'clock.
B Ml 40
WANTKD Teams to haul coal. BtMdy
work. Sheridan Coal Yard, bib and Jack
sou. B 678
CHICK KN P1CKKR8 wanted; no cully
chicks picked; steady work. Wahoo Pro
duce Co., Wahoo. Neb. U Mi 28 4
TWO boys wanted.
Omaha Box factory
I STII.Ij WHiit bookkeepers, with about a
.year's eXTlence, who are willing to work
lor .'! to V at the start.
I am still shoit on mule stenographers with
Hill clerk, young man.
Good driver, fcv.
HART THE EXPERT, 4ol N. Y. I.1FR.
WANTED Young man wllh $.V)0 to 11,000,
or who can furnish satisfactory security,
to act as sales agent In Omaha or well
located town for large eastern manufac
turer of tank and silo goods. Address 1J
4, Omaha Pee. B M3& 4x
WANTKD A young man experienced In
dry goods for country store, permanent
Job, good wages for a pusher. Bond ree
oti ineudatlon under letter K 24, Omaha
Ben. B MUSI II
Yol'NO man to learn trade. Wire works,
till So. ltith St. li MCIM Ml
ANTED Kxperlenced traveling grocery
Hiik-Kman. Jones-Southmayd Co., Omaha,
B M.1a0 10
WANTED All-around printer, country
olilce, cylinder press; man with small
family preferred. T. M. Johnson, Chap
pell, Neb. B M333 6x
WANTED lxperlenced help In wrapping
dept.; only those tiavlng experience need
apply. J. E. Brandeis tt Sons. B 203 I
TINNERS WANTED Now poBtofflce, Lin
coln, Neb. B-311 x
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; we
prepare you for positions, SU to i!0
weekly; few weeks completes; money
earned while learning; tools given, aoard
provided; call or write for catalogue.
Moler Barber College, 1116 Farnam Ht.
FIREMEN and brakemen on Nebraska and
other railroads; experience unnecessary;
firemen, 170, become engineers and earn
J150; brakemen, $i6, become conductors
and earn $140; name position preferred;
state age; unequalled opportunity for
strong, ambitious young men. Address
K 21. Uee. B M322 4x
WANTED Persons everywhere to dis
tribute samples; $'jn weekly and expenses.
Address "Manager." 4 Wells St., Chicago,
111. B M338 4x
WANTED Men everywhere, good pay, to
distribute circulars, adv. matter, tack
signs, etc.: no canvassing. Address Na
tional Distributing Bureau, loo Oakland
Hank Rldg.. Chicago, 111. B M324 (x
SALESMAN to sell our "KentueKy Prise"
whisky In barrels and bottles to the
trade; good chance for live men. Licking
Valley Co., Covington, Ky. B
IF YOl1 want work refer to R. A. Byrne's
advertisement agents wanted this paper.
Y A NT HI ) Solicitors to establish tailoring
agencies with local merchants throughout
the state and to take orders from the
consumer In the Interest of agent. Will
furnish letters from special accounts ag
gregating annual business of half million
dollars. We cater to legitimate tailoring
trade. References snd full report of previ
ous employment reqnred. Arlington Rros.
Curtis, Inc., Doerhoeffer Bldg., Iiuls
ville, Ky. B
SOMETHING new In health and accident
Insurance; you can write It; district man
agers wanted. Address Great Western
Accident Association, Des Moines, Iowa,
WANTED Men or women each district to
travel and distribute samples of our
goods; salary $18 per week; expenses ad
vanced. RHiable Mfg. Co., 840 1. D.,
Wabash Ave., Chicago. B 464 Ex
WANTED Manager for branch office we
contemplate opening here In Omaha. Ad
dress with references. The Morris Whole
sale House. Cincinnati, O. B 447 6x
WKI.I, Eyl'IPPED SALESMAN
TO CALL ON PHYSICIANS. A
VERY EXCEPTIONAL OPPOR
TUNITY IS OFFERED FOR IM
MEDIATE WORK. MUST BR"
INTK L L I C, E NT, HONEST,
WELL EDUCATED AND PER
SE V ERIN'. STATE AGE AND
LOCK POX sT. PHILADELPHIA.
M 450 CX
WANTED Good blacksmith; steady work.
IjuIs Schrelber, Columbus, Neb.
I HAVE made $10 a day for 10 years soil
ing one article. You can do the same.
Particulars free. Chas. J. Bogart, 68 Ann
St., New York. B 8G t
WANTED 10 men in each state to travel,
post Flirtis, distribute samples and adver
tise our goods; salary $78 a month; $3 a
iliiv for expenses; expenses advanced.
Kiihlman Co., Dept. 2, Atlas Blk., Chl-cn.-n.
B M 6x
WANTKI Person to call on retail trade
for manufacturing house; local territory;
salary Jf, paid weekly; expense money
advanced; previous experience unneces
sary. American House, Star Bldg., Chi
cago. B 115 Ex
WANTED Immediately, two bright men
of good address and habits for road posi
tion; staple line; $Ju per week to start; ex
penses advanced. O. I Sexton, Star
Bldg., Chicago. B-416 6x
WE will make you a present of $1U0, glvn
yuu a splendid suit of clothes every ninety
days, rnliiige your picture free and pay
you a salary of $S3 per month and all
trueliuK 1-xj.ciiKes to take orders for tha
greatest and most reliable portrait house
in the woild All this will be guaranteed.
AddichS R. D. Mattel, Dept. 7S5. Chicago,
111. B tl 6x
$1S PER WEEK salary and expenses Intro-il'ii-iiin
uil i IIIuk rawly patented ad
justable tension shears; shear users buy
lit sifciit; liee coins.- in salesmanship
i uikIii bv mail, making experience un
!! ces.-aty. Ideal Shear Co., 47 Chicago.
14 UO bx
WANTED - Press f. eder. one who can make
ready and take charge of Job presses;
d wag's In the light party. Address
i l.e lnd-M'tiic!it. liiand Island, Neb.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS will ba
l.el.l In .-Mi.il places In cell tul: frl.iVW
i.Ol'li' ants tat year, only a common
school education required. Write Colum
bian Corr- spun. Ictii e College, Washing
ton, D. C, and cl lis free annuuiiiv
loeut. colilaililiiK dates, salaries paid and
ouesllous t nt ly used by the Civil Serv
ice coiuiiitssion. li 443 ix
WANTED I-aboici s; $' i per day) wora
on coicielo and brick pavement. Apply
$!( and LcttVt-nwoiiU 6la i
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