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THE OiLAJIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, KDTKMBER 12, 1905.
HISTORIC FORT &EARXEI
Qeisrai Cui?sr Sngitt that Old Foit B
Taken Cars Of.
A.iOVS FRONTIER LIFE
Hara ef l.ona; n Recalled by Reeet
Visit to spot en om Promlaeat
me (anneeted with
Ta preserve a historic spot that should
1 sacred to the people of Nebraska and
it Ilia people of all the west, and to per-
pmuat th memory of those gallant Fol- i
d.r who In the days of long ago were
tl guides and protectors of those who
'."ened the way In this great state, Ad
Jftr.t General Culver suggests to all pa
triotic cltlxens that they organize a so
ciety, purchase and rebuild old Kort Kear
imy and make of It a national park, ex
actly as It was the day Ueneral W. T.
Gherman marched his soldiers out because
the citizens of the fort. In their real for
the southern cause, offered Insult to lilm.
It was In lM that General Sherman was
sent to Inspect the fort and report to tha
War department the advisability of erect
ing substantial buildings there. As Gen
eral Sherman walked down the street of
tha little village he was hissed by the
eltlsens, who were generally southern sym
pathizers, and, as a result, he recom
mended that tha fort be abandoned anil
his . recommendation was carried out by
General Culver's desire to rebuild the
old fort Is the result of a visit there during
the recent National Guard encampment at I
Kearney. He found the place still well ,
marked with walks and portions of the
old earthworks, and around the. parade
ground Is a row of large Cottonwood trees.
1'pon arriving at Lincoln be at once began
to look up tlie history of the old fort, and
nmong the first things ho discovered was
that the fort was not named for General
I hi! Kearney, as Ik
generally supposed, I
but for Ills uncle, General Stephen Watts
Kearney, who located the alia 'while on his
inarch to the Rocky mountains from the
History of Fort Kearney..
General CXiIver dug deep Into musty
records, and a result of his labors Is
given In an Interview as follows:
General Stephen Watts Kearney, on his
memorable march from the Missouri river
to the Rocky mountains, designated the
precise location for the fort, and soon
thereafter the name was changed and
called Fort Kearney In his honor. Instead
of that of his nephew, General Phil Kear
ny, as generally supposed, but was Bpelled
Kearny, but through some fault of tho
Pustofllca or War department, the "e" was
added, making It Kearney.
No Improvements were made by his
. troops, but he was followed by Major Ruft
In the fall of 1847, who had command of
4(0 mounted riflemen from Missouri. Major
Ruff reached Nebraska City as winter
closed tn, and he went into winter quar
ters on the bluff, which bears the name
of old Fort Kearney, derived from the
troops destined for the new fort, wintering
at that place.
( As soon as spring opened and the grass
was of sufficient height to afford forage
for his horses, he resumed the march and
arrived at Fort Kearney la June of 1848.
The major proceeded at once to lay out
the fort, build adobe house for his men,
construct a powder magazine, plant trees
around the parade ground, which deflntely
murk, the place today.
Xotabla Mem Connected with Post.
Many historical characters have com
manded, and been stationed at Fort Kear
ney, the following being among the num
ber: William L. Marcey, secretary of war In
President Polk's administration, under
whose order Fort Kearney was located.
Thomas Chllds, who gained renown In tha
Florida Indian wars and the Mexican war,
for. which he was promoted to brigadier
geiieral October 12, 147, Died October t.
Stephen Watts Kearney, who was ap
pointed from New Jersey to West Point In
1M2. Rose from captain to colonel between
that dale and ISM. At the commencement
of the Mexican war was promoted to briga
dier general and to major general for gal-
lant and meritorious conduct In the war
with Mexico and service in New Mexico
and California. Died October 31. 1848.
Charles O. F. Ruff, appointed cadet from
Pennsylvania September 1, 1834; lieutenant
colonel First Missouri Volunteers June 18,
1N40; captain Mounted Rifle June, 1840; major
s.'xi; lieutenant colonel 1801; retired l&vil
IniKailier general volunteers In lb5; died
( K'tober 1, is5. He was the first com
niuiider and mude the first improvements
ut Fort Kearney.
Lieutenant Colonel Clifton Wharton, ap
pointed from Pennsylvania 1818 and died
Charles A. May, appointed from District
of Columbia lNiii and promoted to colonel
for gallant and meritorious service Febru
uary, 1M7, at Palo Alto and Kesaca de la
l'ulma. Tex., and also at Buena Vista, who,
with flaring locks, led the charge of the
Second Dragoons, under order of General
Taylor, gained tha day at liesaca de la
William Walton Morris appointed from
Kw Y.irlc lKtr- cnntuln Te.inrth Mi'tlllrv
1S3U; major llw.3; lieutenant colonel IStil; col-
onel lsiii; brigadier general 1SS2; major gen-
eral 1I5. for faithful and meritorious serv-
Ices during the rebellion; died 1S05.
John Porter McCown. appointed from
Tennessee 18.; promoted from lieutenant
to captain fur gallant and meritorious ser-
MAKES WEAK WOMEN STR0NO
AND SICK WOMEN WELL.
Forty yean ago. Dr. Pierce searched
jyilur' lJJrttton for remedy with
which to supplant the Ignorant and vi
cious methods of treatment, with slco
hollo stimulants, then in vogue, and still
too commonly prescribed and advised lor
woman's peculiar ailments.
Nature abounds with most efficient rem
edies, and In Lady's Slipper root, Blaclc
Cohosh root. Unicorn root, Blue Cohosh
root s.nd Golden Seal root. Dr. Pierce
found medicinal properties, which when
eitracted nd preserved by tho use of
chemically pure glycerine, have proven
most potent In making weak women
strong and sick women well. It contains
no alcohol; Is not a "patent nlouictne,
nor a secret one either.
'I was suffering with nervous headache,
palos in the bsck and dUunea. so thai at
time I had to lie down for hours Wore I
could rale my brad.' wrttea Mr. Mary M.
Tboms. of 337 Wluton rirneL Los Augeles.
Cal. "After taking the tirst bottle of 'fa
vorite Prwortvtum." hower. I was to cleaned
with the results that I kept ou taking it until
1 was restored to health aud strength. I
shall never be without this great medicine,
and shall take a few dos whan 1 do not
feel strong." . , ,
One of the principal usee of Dr. Pierce s
Favorite Prescription is the preparation
of prospective mothers for the time of
trial aud danger that coroos when a child
Is born. The Prescription is strength
ening and Invigorating and lewmns pain
and danger. It Insures the perfect well
being and the perfect health of both
mother and child. Every woman should
know the: things before she really needs
to know tbem. There are many things in
Dr. Pierce's Commou Sense Medical Ad
viser, that every woman ought to know.
This 1 lepra ted work reached a sale of
Wi,0lu ooples at $1.50 each. The etpene
of production having thus been covered.
It la now being given away. A copy will
be sent to any addrees on receipt of SI
one-oeut stamps to cover cost of mailing
ctUv. or. In cloth binding for 31 sump.
Address Dr. K. V. Pierve, Buffalo, N. Y.
Don't Be Hoodwinked, itx
up by old Ir K. V. Pierce. er 4 J
aad I called DuOr Place's tl llWt.
TbVe been ai-ca tawMtea but ae.ar
iid. Oua Of Ve an UaaUve. Usae 0
confederate irmy In wr of the rebellion,
1JW1 to 1; died January 22, 179.
Captain Tsylor of the Second dragoons,
who spiked the guns at Fort Kearney and
deserted to Join the confederate army In
Colonel K B. Alexander, appointed from
Virginia, 1H8; u one of tha loyal Vir
ginians who stood by his country; pro
moted for gallant ami meritorious conduct
at the battle of Sierra Gorda. Mexico;
brigadier general In IKS for meritorious
service and recruitment of armhwj com
manded the Utah expedition In IS61-68.
Colonel D. S Miles, appointed from
Maryland In 1M1?: promoted to colonel of
tha Second Infantry for distinguished con
duct in defense of Fort Brown. Texas, and
aeveral conflicts at Monterey, Mexico;
commanded the defense Ht Harper' Kerry.
V'a., In 12, and died of wounds received at
that place. He was In command at Kort
Kearney when Sumter was fired upon, and
remained loval to the government.
Nathan P. Lyon was one .f the com
manders who afterwards commanded the
Department of the Missouri and whs killed
! at the battle of Wilson's creek In 18S2.
I Maior Ransom, who afterwards sained
distinction at the battle of Fredericksburg",
Gettysburg and Kearneyvllle, Va.
Later History of Fort.
The year 1:2 found John A. Thomas In
command. The following year Major Heath
of an Iowa regiment, Colonel Uvfngston
of this state. Dr. Livingston of IMatts
luoutli. Colonel Haunter, Captain le p.
Gillette, Colonel Sumner of the Seventh
iiwa cavalry, officers of
After the outbreak of tl
he Cheyennes the
last of the war. General Carrlngton was
sent to command this Important post. He
commanded the Eighteenth Ir.fantry In the
Army of the Cumberland, and the defenses
h round Louisville, Ky. )
There were also stationed at this post
Colonel Tom Majors, Major Pallas and
In 1866 the War department authorised
Inspection to be niadd to enlarge the post,
with a view to the erection of substantial
buildings. It was later visited by General
V. T. Sherman, who was In command of
the Western division. He appeared well
pleased with the location; but as be passed
through the straggling village, whoso In
habitants depended upon the fort for their
support, and who were largely opposed
of southern sympathizers, lie was hissed
by the people and offered various insults
and, after conversation with some of the
officers and men and citizens, tho general
remarked that 1 e had no desire to assist
n tie support of disloyal people and, on
his l eooinmi mlatiun, the fort was aban
doned In lSii".
I had been informed that there was
nothing left of Fort Kearney, but a visit
to that point in August, accompanied by
Colonel Jenkins of this city, showed much
Tho parade square was surrounded by
two rows of mammoth cottonwoods,
planted probably by Major Ruff, and be
neath the blue-grass sod rests the old
gravel walk. In the center of this square
Is the hole from which the flagstaff has
been taken, and at the north' the remains
of the old powder magazine. To the south
east the parapets and fortifications were
distinctly outlined, and It would take but
little work to restore the earthworks to
their original condition.
In 1848-49 came the rush from the north
west, ast and southeast to the gold
fields of California. Old Fort Kearney was
great American desert Long wagon trains
and eager gold hunters looked to the gar
rison of this post for protection across
the plains of Nebraska,
While no Important engagement with the
Indiana took place within the vicinity of
Fort Kearney, its historical prominence
Invites the attention of all patriotic people,
who, I trust, will inaugurate a movement
that will result In the purchase of the
land contained In and surrounding this
fort and make of It a national park.
All Are United
saying that for all stomach, liver or kid-
y diseases, there is no remedy Ilka Elec-
trie Bitters. CO cents; guaranteed. For
sale by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
BOYSEN DRIVEN FROM LAND
Iovra Man Threatened by Residents
of Wyoming; After Plant
THERMOPOLI3, Wyo., Nov. 11. (Spe
cial.) The reported blowing up of the
diamond drill outfit of Asmus Boysen on
the Wind River Indian reservation ha
been confirmed, and one outrage has fol-
'owed another. The drill outfit was blown
up ten day ago, and last Saturday Boysen
received an anonymous letter warning him
to leave the reservation with his outfit
within fcrty-elght hours or all would be
i destroyed. Boysen did not wait (or tha
raiders to carry out their threat, but
quickly moved just across tha boundary,
and Is now In camp waiting some word
from Washington. It is doubtful, however.
If Boysen will again Invade the reserva
tion, for feeling here Is strong against
such a move, and 1t Is doubtful if Boysen
rould secure protection, even though Secre
tary Hitchcock has ruled that he may
prospect on the 180,000 acres of his original
The authorities are doing everything pos-
slhla to learn the identity of the raiders.
b t h e falled, Ther8 were three men in
the party. Ail were mounted., heavily
I armed and wore maks. Boysen and his
I nien were camped within 100 yards of the
, .,,.. i, ,,-,.,,
drl outfit when th explosion occurred.
I The prospectors were shaken up but not
1 injured. The drill outfit was completely
CUnillierCU lBSOCU I CDULUllUlia
MEXICAN AMBASSADOR TALKS
eaor Don Joaqula de Tasasus Heady
for Work, at Ken
WASHINGTON. Nov. 11. Senor Don
Joaquin de Casasua. the newly appointed
Mexican ambassador to this country, who
arrived In this city yesterday, conies to
this country under the brightest circum
stances. He expressed himself yesterday
as highly pleased with his new post and
spoke In very appreciative terms about the
cordial reception tendered hlin while In St.
Louis, in which city he stopped ou his way
Just as he was about to start for this
country he was taken sick and even now
has not quite recovered from the effects of
his illness. He will be able, however, to
attend to the affairs of the embassy and
today will call on Secretary of State Root
to discuss with him the plans for his first
formal call on President Roosevelt, on
which occasion he will offer to the prest
dent his credentia,ltj.
There Is a quality in a shoe, especially
woman's shoe, that Is hard to describe. It
Is not beauty merely, nor rut, nor fit, nor
wear it is style. Some shoes have It most
shoes lack it. "Dorothy Dodd" shoes stand
pre-eminent in . the possession of that
quality. These shoes can only be purchased
from the Bennett company. See ad on
pages six and seven, fashion section.
Alcoholism Ceases Death.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 11. An uutopsv held
by the deputy rounty coroner shows that
alcoholism caused the death of John Dixon,
former private secretary of I'nlted States
Senator William Clark of Montana, who
was yetserday found dead In his room at a
local hotel. Dixon formerly lived in Minne
apolis. Texas Terkeye la Market.
WACO. Tex.. Nov. 11. Dressed turkeys
are being shipped by carloads from this
section to California ana points north, and
east. Prices have advanced to 11 and 11
I cents $asr pound.
Arfvertlseneata r tbese eolamus
will Be takea aattl 1 rm. tor tha
erealag edltloa tsl III 8 a. aa. tee
the morula Baaaay edition.
Rates 1 l-2e a wora rat lascrtlon,
le a word thereafter. Nothing; take
for tear tr-a Sto for tha Bret lasers
tlaa. Three advertisement ! ha
TV RN K R Mrs. Jeanee, beloved wife of
IT. D. Turner, aged 51 years. Born at
"The Glen," Peebleshlre, Scotland;
Brailey & Dorrance, 20th and Cum.
HARRY B. DAVIS, 411 8.
DODDER. E. L., 2224 Cuming. Tel. 677.
TAGQART, 23d and Cuming. Tel. 714.
SECRET SOCIETY NOTICES
OMAHA Seymour Camp
No. 16 will meet at
Myrtle hall, commencing
Wednesday evening, Oc
tober 4th. 1906.
M. II. REDFIELD, Consul Commander.
J NO. N. CRAWFORD, Clerk;
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail.
BURGESb - GKANDfeN CO,
F. M. RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.
813 South 10th St. Telep -
OlllC PRINTING, DRAFT1NO AND
A. Streeter, 430 Paxton Block. Tel. 17U8.
QTnVP? Replated. Omaha Plating Co,
J1U'LJ 15o8 Harney 8U Tel. iJ35.
CITY SAVINGS BANK pays 4 per cent.
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. 3T.30.
ANTI-Monopoly Garbage Co., 621 N. lh.
Tel. 1779. R-95
Lrw 1 Telephone 254.
Omaha Safe and Iron Works make a spe
lalty of are escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. O. Andreen, Prop., 102 S. 10th St.
WANTED For U. 8. ARMY. ABLE
bodled. unmarried men, between ages of 21
and 35, citizens of United States, of good
character and temperate habits, wao can
speak, read and write English. For In
formation apply to recruiting officer, 13th
and Douglas Sts., Omaha, Lincoln, Neb.,
or Sioux City, la. R M730 D21
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Iron and brass castings. 802 Jackson. Tel.
SIGN PAINTING, S. H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
SAD IRONS replated, 20c, three for 50c.
Omaha Plating Co., 1508 Harney. Tel. 2545.
R-llo Hoc R- Rumbel & Bon,
UcUC I ic A1J4 N. 14th St., Omaha.
R 203 Jania
OMAHA Wire and Iron. Works make spe
cially or wire nower pot stands and win'
dow guards. 2127 Karnam. Tel. A-C9u8.
R 179 N15
FREE Valuable formula for mahogany
Bimn. xopsmna Mig. wo., it22 Douse,
Omaha. R 212 NIBx
pi Ro Redyed, repaired and remodeled,
uiw xiiomsen, 1417 Faruam.
DeNIO, signs. 1524 Dodge.
Carpet Cleaning, Chrlstianson, 2223 N. 20th.
K 120 N14
OAK block coal SS.OO a ton; best in town
for money. Jeff W. Bedford Co. Tel. 115.
K M220 N17
Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co.
COAlPRiSbclJ AIR & SUCTION blSltM.
We clean and renovate caipets, rugs, up
holstery, matlreuties, etc. No Job too large
or small. Prices right 1919 Farnam.
'Phone a iUbi. K Muuh N23
OMAHA ENGINE CO., western agents for
lliu "Field" gas and gasoline engines. A
lew second nana engines cheap, mi Far
nam. R ilb'M N23
kTlTPRA m Printers and En
I Clft Ot V-W., gravers. Tel. 2uo7.
It MtiS3 N-5
H. L. WINTER, aiazietr- 'Phone Douglas
6812. ' R-tia7 D7
rUIVJIC Pantaiorlum Pressing Co... 115 So,
Lsimt isth, upstairs. Tel. 2283. Pants,
iuc: suns, wo. i.au ana aenver.
R M213 N30
UKA-DCATE OPTICIAN Will gave you
money; glasses nttea properly. Tel. 6414
R W1 D8
MONROE'S Dustless Alfalfa Granulator
greatest capacity, least power. Wm. L.
Monroe, Omaha, NeD. 13x
STEIN WAY piano, upright, big bargain,
rerneia nano to., itu ear nam St.
WANTED Horse to winter for its use
Address E 63 Bee. R 7U6 16 x
STEIN WAY pianos are sold exclusively by
Bcnmouer & Aiueuer, iwi iiurncy at.
R-3 ! Decll
NEW classes formed for adult beginners a
Morand s. lath and Harney, Tuesday and
Friday this week, 8 p. m. Individual and
thorough instruction our forte; pupil
enjoy every minute 01 uieir lessons.
WE FURNISH experienced auctioneers on
snort notice to sell real estate, men-nan
dlse, live stock, etc. Omaha Real Estate
Auction Co., 232 Neville blk. Tel b7k.
CITY OFFICIAL XOTIlEi,
PROPOSALS FOR 8TREET IMPROVE
Sealed proposals are invited and will be
received by the City Clerk of the City of
omana on luesaay, novemner 21, 1905, al
8 o'clock D. m.. In the Council Chamber
In the City Hall, for the following street
Harney street, from point 66 feet west
of Sin street 10 th street, in Street Im
provement District No. 862. by curbing and
reaving, in accordance with Ordinance No.
Woolworth avenue, from 26th street to
29th street. In Street Improvement Dis
trict No. 863. by curbing and paving. In
accordance with Ordinance No. 6637.
Bids for such Improvements must be
upon asphalt, stone, vitrltied brick, vit
rllied brick block, artificial stone or ma
cadam, and all bidders are required to
designate the locality, quarry, kiln or fac
tory from which will be furnished the
specific material to be used by them, with
Its commercial designation.
Proposals must be submitted for each
district stparately and must be made upon
printed blanks to be furnished by the City
Engineer, who will also furnish instruc
tions to bidders, together with specifica
tions and forms of contract aud bond,
upon application at his office; and as evi
dence of good falh and guarantee that
contract will be entered into and good
and sufficient bond furnished, should
award be made thereon, each proposal
muai De accompanied by a certified check,
payable to the City of Omaha, in an
amount not less than 10 per cent of the
total of each bid, but In no case to be
lens than I1UU
Proposals must be addressed to W. H.
F.lhourn, City Clerk. Council Chamber.
City Hall, and marked "Proposals for
Street Improvement District No. ," giv
ing the number of the district bid upon.
The City Council of the City of Omaha
reserves the right to reject any or all
Omaha, Nebraska, November s, lt6.
W. U. ELBOURN,
WANTED TO BUY
Antiquarian Book Store, 1220 Far.; highest
pries paid fur 2d -band books. Tel. F-452.
HIGHEST rrlee raid
goods. Telephone IMS.
n au nl
WANTED Farm of so to 100 acres Im
proved; eastern Nebraska, or western Mis
souri. L C. Rohrbough, Trenton, Neh.
WANTED To bay. 4 or 6-H. P. steam
boiler; must be In tlr-t-class shape and
cheap. G. F. Lillie, Tekanuih. Neb.
WANTED A vacant lot located between
Sixteenth St. and Twenty-fourth St., and
between Davenport St. on the, north and
Leavenworth St. on the south; state lo
cation, size and lowest cash price. Ad
dress W. C, care Bee office. South
Omaha. . N 259 12
HAVE client who will buy lumber business
up to $10,000 and pay cash. What hava
R. BEECHER HOWELL A CO..
WAJMTED To buy, 14.000 property In west
part of city, for cash.
F. D. WEAD
1E24 Douglas. N-330 11
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
ELEGANT Stanhope, with rubber Urea, at
half price; also extension top carriage
from the Sattley Mfg. Co.'s stock, at a
big bargain. Johnson & Danforth, S, W.
Cor. 10th and Jones Sts. P 96
THREE open delivery wagons and ona
top wagon, good as new; a big bargain.
Johnson & Danforth, S. W. Cor. 10th nnd
Jones Sts. P-926
Large box stalls, no barb wire fencing.
Keystone Stock Farm, Tel. L 1170.
P MH24 14
FOR SALE A -passenger Brewster landau,
2-passenger depot wagon and 4-passengur
family carriage, all in good condition;
rubber tired, at a great bargain. Can be
seen at 3th and Duwey Ave. Inquire tif
A. u. tiranaeis. p iW 12
FOR SALE A fast pacing gelding, 7 years
old, sorrel, weigns l.li&o and can trot 3:30
gait; will make a 2:10 pacer if trained;
will sell Ht road horse price. Dr. E. F.
Stewart, North Bend, Neb. P 171 12x
OPEN golf wagon; rubber tires, wide seats,
nearly new. will sen very rneap. Art
dress F 10, care Bee. P 348 12
FOR SALE Good horse for driving or
delivery; weight i.. Bargain, Monday
morning only. Bennett's Stables.
P 350 13 x
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES, 1
in French, Spanish or German; learn to
speak In 25 lessons, business correspond-1
ence 50, to read literature lid GUARAN
TEED. . Peltier, llo South 10th.
CHATELAIN SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
V) P fv n 14 German, bpunlHli, Fencing.
rE.nVna.viase B'dg., lbth & Farnam.
FRED G. ELLIS, teacher of voice. Room
16, Barker Bldg. voices tested free.
. PETERSON, European education; voice,
Italian method, piano. 518 W. O. W. Bldg.
MRS. ST. RAYNER of Boston has opened
a studio lor voice culture, ivii Webster.
ADULTS, learn ball room dancing quickly
at ftioranu s, l.itn ann itarney, the largest
and most popular school in Omaha. Our
pupils enjov every minute of their lessons.
LOST AND FOUND
Lost black leather pass book con
taining annual passes and other
valuable papers of use to no- one
but the owner. Return to A. B.
Smith, B. & M. General Freight
Office and receive liberal reward.
FOUND Thirty-seven hogs; all white, ex
cept two; one black; one red and black;
weigh from 50 to 300 pound. Mathais
M. Nelson, five miles from Benson.
Found 7uti lOx
ADULTS, learn ball room dancing aulcklv
at Aiorana s. tutu and Harney; the largest
and most popular school In Omaha. Our
pupils enjoy every minute of tlielr le-sons
LOST Scotch collie dog, black and white.
witn orown legs. Answers to the name
of Scott. Suitable reward for return to
404 8. 27th Ave. 'Phone 6785.
O 309 12
H. A. ST URGES, registered attorney; pal
tents, iraoe mams, copyrignis; no tee un
less successful. 617 N. Y. Life, Omaha.
F. J. LARSEN & CO, patent lawyers.
ADVICE rRfc.c.. t03 Bee Bldg., Tel.
SHARPB MACHINE WORKS. Patent
procured. Inventions developed, drawings.
patterns, castings, machine work. 4-
612 B. lutn St. M31Z N20
PATENTS secured or money refunded
Fees reduced - to 10. Address Sues &
Co., Washington, u. c. Advice free.
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional lnvr-tment Co., 5! Douglas blk.
M mi D-8
MME. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 Soutn ltith St., upstairs.
uesuitiut prediction absolutely given.
MRS. CARRIE- SMITH, SOVEREIGN
LADY OUEEX OK CLAIRVOYANTS
will safely guide you through the pitfalls
01 the present to a prosperous and happy
future. Tangled love affairs straightened
out and separated ones reunited. Can
save you money by avoiding losses in
business deals, and Insure your future
succens and constant good luck. Don't
be unhappy any longer, but seek advice
of Madame Smith and anew. Also a
marvelous magnetic healer; the visit
convinces). S7 N. ISth St. 8359 12x
PI IlMRlNri Repair work a specialty.
rLUllDliVJ Lynch Bros., 317't S. 12th.
Tel 1477. oao N22
1 VMPH Repairing Immediately attended
L. 1 to. 118 8. 16th. Tel. 3o92.
CHAPMAN & MAHAN. Repairing promptly
at low prices. 01. in. loiu. let. Red 64.
A. 8AVARD, 4314 N. 24th.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED, to rent, by middle aged couple,
two clean neatly furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; pilvate family with
out ether roomers preferred. Address,
stating price, F 11, Bee. K itjo 12x
WANTED Reliable woman to board and
care lor a lieipiess invalid. Address E 61
Bee. K-277 12x
WANTED Furnished cottage home or
apartments. F )3, Hee. K M77 14x
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED li') from private party on real
estate security. Address E 60, Bee.
X Muo6 llx
WANTED $i,0"0 private money to loan on
short loans. Reliable, good judgment 011
personal property; 2u per cent guaranteed;
strictly legitimate; entirely new plan for
chattels. Party i'l r.-al eMate business in
Omaha. Address E 65. Omaha Bee.
HESS A 8WOBODA. 1415 Farnam. -4)27
U HENDERSON. 1511 Farnam. TeL 126S,
MEN, if you are small, waaX or undevel
oped, have lost strangth, our Aame Vac
uum Developer will reaiore you without
drug or electricity; urethral obstruc
tions and varicocele permanently cured In
one to four weeks; ,5,u0 in use; not ono
fuinre. write for frn book, sent sealed
in plain envelope. Acmo Mfg. Co., iJi
BorUay Blk., Denver, Colo.
LADIES Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Pills are the best; sate, reliable; take no
other. Send 4c stamps for particulars,
"Relief for Ladles,'" in letter by return
nmll. Ask your drugKlxt. cnicheatsr
Chemical Co.. Fhlladeipnia, Pa.
FOR women only. Dr. Raymond's Pills,
women's monthly regulator, has brought
happiness to thousands of anxious
women; no palu, no danger, no Interfer
ence with wcrk; relief in i to 6 days. We
have never known of a single failure.
I 'rice, U by mail. Raymond s Monthly
Regulator In liquid. SX Dr. R. U. Ray
mond Remedy Co., Room 35, 84 Adams St.,
Chicago, 111. t4
LADIES. 11.000 REWARD! I positively
guarantee my Never - Falling ERGO
KOLO Remedy. Safely relieves longest,
most obstinate cases of delayed Monthly
Periods In J to S days without harm, pain
or interference with work. Mall II. W.
Double strength Si'.OO. "SPECIAL FOLD
ER FOR LADIES FREE DR. B. H.
SOUTIUNGTON CO.. KANSAS CITY,
DR. PRIES, gynecologist, Oerman gradu
ate, treats successfully all Irregularities
and diseases of women, recent or long
standing; 26 years' practice. Office, 1611
Dodge St., Omaha, Neb. Hours, in to l2
and 2 to i Letters, I cents. M 271
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's
Nerve Food Pills" II box, postpaid.
Sherman A McConnell Drug Co., Omaha,
MASSAOE SPECIALIST Joseph Ruben,
room 218 Bee Bldg., Tel. twng, Omaha. Neb.
!7 years' experience. Doctors orders so
licited and work guaranteed satisfactory,
LADIES Suppressions and Irregularities
positively cured. Price It. Multltudt
strength, 3. Mrs. A. Lewis, box M, Mar
shall, Mich. M7J0 1JX
DR. HUTCHINSON, specially of women
and children. Office 226 Cuming. 'Phone
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
UNITED STATES NATIONAL
" BANK BLDG.
We have the best office In town at the
lowest rates. At preienl we huve one l,aw
square feet on 12th St. Fine for sample
room or very large office. Big display
windows. On corner. Call and see what
others we have.
In large office. Telephone, heat, light
and Janitor service free. Large windows
for display and plenty of floor space. This
yu" opportunity, call at once.
Ll AC U Mf I I a MCrMVt rr
L-MAo. C. VV ILLl AlMoUlN LU.,
1201 Farnam fit.
THREE-STORY and basement. 10u3 Far
nam; elevator. Hit Fiist Nat I Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE Thoroughly equipped butcher
shop in paying locality; a snap ror right
party. inquire Melchior Lets, 1943
So. 20th. 1-379 12x
FOR RENT Brick store room suitable for
any kind of mercantile business; good
location. Address box 74, Ashland. Neb.
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
small omce wiucn rents (or liv.w per
month. Price Includes heat, light, water
and Jalntor service. It is located on the
fourth floor of Thhe Bee building and is
just the thing for any one wanting a nice
little offtco in the best office building In
town. R. C. Peters & Co., rental agents,
ground floor Bee Bldg. 1771
FOR RENT. STORES.
Large office space or store room In the
-. v 1. t 1 r o: 1 . . 1 .
IeW L.1LV, LOAIU) M1IU UilgO VSUli,
Kenarate outside entrance.
Store on South 16th, west side. Lease for
sale. Rent, ks.
Good, large barn for rent at JTth and
Leavenworth sts.. it.
N. P. DODGE 4 CO.,
1S14 Farnam St.
BRICK stable at 1810 Harney St., 32x100
feet. Will alter to suit tenant for other
purposes. 8. S. Curtis, 1808 Harney St.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Sinitn & Co., UJU Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. City loans
at lowest rales; 110 aeiay; get our terms.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. vv. a. xaeiaie, itamge hik.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1520 Douglas
Sl.OOO.OuO TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates; no
delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y. Life.
WANTED City loans. B, C. Peters ft Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W. H.
Thomas, 1st Nat 1 Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
WANTED To loan $5,000 private money on
Omaha business property; also building
loans. Duncanuon, 432 Paston Blk.
Low Rates. Private Money, $100 and Up.
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO.
FOR SALE BONDS AND FARM
Citizens' State Bank, Blair,
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE
AT LOWEST RATES
1604 FARNAM ST.
JOHNSON Institute, 616 N. Y. Life. TeL
MRS. JOHN R. MU8ICK. Osteopathy Phy.
slcian. Office. Neville Blk. Tel. 2821
FOR RENT HOUSES
PIANO moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. 1625, Bchmoller & Mueller.
7-ROOM, all-modern house, N. E. corner
22.1 and Ohio; hot water heat; $2u.ul.
Turkington, ui Bee Bldg. D M
UOIItFin all parts of tbs city. R,
nUUItOc, Peters & Co., Bee Bldg.
FIVE-RoOM house, water and gas. 210 N.
15th. Tel. 55o8. Key ut house.
D 490 16x
WE FURNISH THE HOME on easy pay
ments and we don't ask Installment store
prices. Try us. Terms: $26 worth $1 a
OMAHA FURNITURE L. CARPET CO..
139-12U-1213 Farnam Street.
D 270 12
THE Omaha Van Sc. Storage Co.. pack.
ineve ana store 11. 11 goous. storehouse,
1120-24 N. Hill. Office, 15UVi Farnam.
Tel. 1559. D-S44
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van 8tor
age Co. Tel. 146. Ofhct;, 171$ Webster 8U
MO! IQPC In all parts of the city. The
n w w i- o. F. Davis Co., WS Bee Blag.
HOL'ES, Insurance. Rlugwalt, Barker Blk.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT 7-room house. 115; 6-room
house. :, both newly papered. William
K. Potter. Reo 01 Brown Blk. jMT-3
FOR TtENT-Eleven-room modern house,
newly papered and In good repair; will he
vacant Oct. 20; rent, Jo and water. In
quire IIS South lh St. B. Tsschuck.
FOR RENT- Desirable nine-room model 11
house. 4117 Farnam St.. 4l Alfred I .
Kennedy, real estate, loans, Insurance,
rentals, 29 First National Bank Hldi;.,
Omaha. Neb. Teh phone 722. D-M.IHS
Two 8 room modern houses, 7C N. SOth
- St.: IX.U0.
Three large rooms; city water, gas;
IKS N. 17th St.; piVO.
Four rooms; city water; 1R21 N. 18th St.;
I12.0U. C. M. BOE11MANN.
43 Paxton Block D M24S
FOR RENT November 15, nice modern -room
cottage, Bristol St., nearly new and
thoroughly modern, nice location. Inquire
of E. E. Huntley, 329 Board of Trade.
Modern brick house
near Hanscom Park..., .KVn
rooin modern house,
422 N. 391 h t 30.04
t-room modern house and barn, ..
1513 Sherwood ave 30.00
7-room modern house,
M20 Manderson st .' 23.50
and other house.
Room No. L New York Life Bldi?.
FOR RENT Two g-room house, all modern,
706-08 North 30th St., 120 each.
Three nice largo rooms, city water, gis,
182 No. 17th St., IS.
Four large rooms, city water, 1528 No. ISth
C. M. BACHMANN, 436 TAXTON BLOCK
FOR RENT New 8-room, strictly modern
house. West Farnam St. district. Will bo
vacant December 1st. Rent, t0 month
and water. The Byron Reed Co.
FARM FOR DAIRY 80 acres one mile
north of Benson; large cow barn nnd
other buildings, 4.'i0. George & Co.. 1001
Farnam bt. D 6;8 13
NORTHWEST corner Purt and 33d. Decern
ber 1, rooms and bath, hot water I. eat,
steel rnnge, owner pays water rent, HO.
Apply In rear at cottago. D 315 14x
FIRST CLASS; all modern; eight rooms.
4i North Twenty-third. D M6S 12x
NEW 8-room modern flat, 2218 Burt, close
to I'reifthton college and school. Inquire
II. Symes, 22d and Burt. D Mti7'J 13
B27 SO. 26th Ave., vacant about Nov. 15. 7
room modern cottage, tan. L. I Bpauld
lng. Tel. 220. Omaha National hank
D 60 12
FOR RENT 9-room house, 61S 8. 2fith Ave.;
strictly modern and In best of condition.
Tel. B24JI. D-73 13x
FOR RENT 7-room 'house; c-lt y water; S
minutes' walk from postofllce. 1900 t'all-
tornin tst, waiter Breen, room 41fi Kar
bach block. D lo3
NEW 7-room dwelUni;. strlctlv modern.
IXOI Murcy St., H3. ThOS. ll. Fell K- Co.,
rirsi mil. tiana mug. 0 jtii I2x
FOR RENT A 7-room cottage, 1W7 South
asm Bt. Appiy next door. D 2iH 11
2W2 POPPLETON Ave., 8 rms.. strlctlv
modern, first-class repair, splendid condi
tion. 2104 Maple St., 7 rms., mod. ex. fur.. 121.
3017 No. 24th 8 rms., In eleg;int condition, I2",
2820 Leavenworth St., large rooms, tirst
floor, mod. ex. fur., 125.
2719 8. 9th, 5 rms., city water, good repair,
Two A-l storerooms 65x20, with steam heat.
in Dusiness center.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
1st Floor N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. 1781.
D 2ii6 12
BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE-3712 N. 24th
strictly modern, rent reduced from $3o to
.a to nrst class tensnt. sweet uosi,
613 N. X. La. Tel. 1472. J 2Ya U
HOUSES FOR RENT.
An especially nice one-story modern house
In fine repair, polished hardwood floors
and modern piumDing, vxn Mason St.. io.
f-r. modern house, hot water heat, 613 S.
2bin AVe., 3U.
8-room modern cottage, 2544 Davenport, 125.
8-room modern house, 4626 Capitol Ave., 118.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1SV2 FARNAM ST.
U tf 12
707 8. 29th. 6 rooms; new brick 137.60
'MX Chlongo, 9 rooms, modern, barn.... 37.50
Z2 wenster, 7 rooms, modern, choice.. 22 M
kkHW rooms' modorn- Choice.. 22 5o
8: ? 1 bTth?::.;:::::: i
8014 Ames Ave.. 6-room flat 9(0
63d and Military Ave., 7 rooms in.'O
Sa9 8. 28th. South Omaha, 6 rooms 10.UO
GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM ST.
D 159 12
209 S. 25th Ave., newly painted, close In; !10.
20" Locust St., newly painted and papered,
614 S. 30th., cottage, bath and gas, $22.50.
113 Franklin, 1st floor, llo; 2d floor. IT.
1820 N. 18th, 6-room cottasre. city water, 116.
J. H. SHERWOOD.
Phone SS8. 937 N. Y. Life.
D 308 13
312.604136 Ersklne St., 6 rooms, city water,
gas and sewer.
$20.00 2154 8. S3d, 8 rooms, all modern.
$30.00 2119 Mason, 9 rooms, all modern.
$36.002719 Jackson, 8 rooms, all modern.
:io 00 1123 8. 32d, 8 rooms, all modern.
$37.601810 Emmet St., 9 rooms, strictly
$42.602411 Chicago St., 8 rooms, strictly
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY,
722 N. T. Life. Tel. 49.
D 283 12
2-H6 Grace, 6-rootn, all modern $iMoo
2020 N. 22d St., strictly modern 20,00
613 8. 25th Ave., 7-room, modern, hot
water heat 30.00
26th and Dodge, new 8-room strictly
modern house 60.00
W. Q. 8HRIVER.
'Phone 1636. 10:3 N. Y. Life Bldg.
D 286 12
HOUSES TO LET.
llf2 8 32d St., 8 rooms, modern, barn, $40.00
1637 Park Ave., rooms, modern Za.iv
2il4 Pratt St., 6-room cottage 12 no
2314 N. 24th St., 4 rooms, flat 1000
1914 N. 27th 8t.. 8-room flat 17.50
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam.
D 289 12
HOU8ES FOR RsTNT.
1021 8. 81st, 8 rooms, modern, 126. .
1911 Plnkney, S rooms, modern, $11.
837 8. 23d. 5 rooms, city water. $16.
S334 Spauldlng, 9 rooms, modern, $15.
8007 Jackson, 6 rooms, hath and gas, $13.
R. C. PFTER8 A CO.,
Ground Floor Bee Bldg.
D 304 12
10-r. house, modem and stable, 2913 Hick
6-r. house, modern, 2174 Douglas, $10.
6-r. house, .modern, 120 80. 34th. $.0.
J. H. PARROTTE, Paxton Blk.
D 330 12
8108 MARCY BT., 7 rooms, modern except
BEMI8. PAXTON BLOCK.
D 363 12
i-ROOM house, 1834 Ontario street. Inquire
624 8. 2Uth. . D M352 14X
633 Psrk ave., 8 room strictly all modern
WEBSTER A MILLER, Tel. 1802.
6.K", S. 16th.
BIX ROOM cottage, city water and gas.
2646 Harney. Inquire at 315 8. ?4th t
D 376 12
TOP FLAT, 663 8. 2Mh. modern except
heat; i rooms; rent. $15. Just remodeled
and tenant may select aper, etc. Kt-adv
for occupancy November 20 George P.
bemis, Paxton Bik. D-M lix
4 ROOMS, 4430 Farnam $10 00
tVrooom, 2M3 Bristol 15.00
6-room, 3116 Ames Ave 1200
6-room. 2506 8. aith Ave 12 W
7 rooms, modern and barn, 123 N. 4oth 18 00
7-rooom. modern except furnace, 24
7-room. city water, 1706 8 17th..
8-room. modern, good furnace, 4408
8-room, modern except furnace, !ju
8-room. modern except furnace, 1114
-room, modern, good furnace, 1.113 8
e-room, modern, good furnace, 626 8.
26th Ave .',2.50
11-room, and barn. 2018 N. 21st St.... 25 to
V. D. WEAD. 1524 Douglas.
VC8M JUBNT e-room modern cottage, with
ataMa. Gannett. 611 fcioan block.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED A BOY TO HOLD COPT.
APPLY COMPOSING ROOM OF BEH
A POSITION guaranteed 01 uo pay. It
you are In need of a position, call nJ
hive a "h.-art-to-hcHrt" talk with Il.Vljr
THE EXPERT, 401 N. Y. Life. B-91J
WANTED-CHv salesmen at once. C. t
Adam Co., ltiia Howard St. D 31
WANTED Gordon press feeders, A. U '
Root, Inc., 1210 Howard St. B44S
WANTED Htnftll Job of sodding done at
2Mh and Farnam Sts. Apply at room tt3
N, Y. Ufa Bldg., between lo and 12 o cloek
B Ml 40
WANTEIV Teams to haul coal. Stendy"
work. Sheridan Cool Yard, lh and Jack-"
sou. Is 61.
VuUNO man to learn trade. Wire works,
Sll So. ltith Bt, B M28J in
W A N T E D For V. S. ARMY, ABLE"
Kidled. unmarried men, between ages of il
nml 35. clUsens of Lnited States, of good
character and temperate Smblts, Who can
Rpeok, read and write English. For In
formation spplv to recruiting officer, 1st la
and Douglas Sts., Omaha, Lincoln, Netv
or Sioux Citv. la. R M7iS Da
50 MEN Wanted at once at S3d and Leav
enworth Sts., Omaha. C. B. Carlson, fore
FIREMEN AND BR A K EM EN Wanted,
young, sound men to prearo by mail or
at our Hchool; experience unnecessary:
high wages, promotion; positions secured
wncn competent; firemen get 1100, become
enBlneers; brakemen get io, become con
ductors. Write for particulars or call
and ec us. National Railway Training
School, lOmaha branch), 620 Paxton Bldg.
B M3H9 D
DRl'G stores bought and sold. Drug
wanted. F. V. Knleist, 624 N. Y. U
MEN and boys wanted to leam Plm''JnX
trade; great demand ror grauume, '-;
day; many Complete course two months,
graduates admitted to union and Master
Plumbers' association. Coyni Bros. Co.
Plumbing Schools, New York. Cincinnati
and St. Louis. (Day and night class.),
For free catalogue address 2oV 10th Ave
New York. B-Dia
WANTED Experienced traveling sales
man for Nebraska ami Kansas; one uv
is familiar with the sheet metal business,
especially the selling of metal celling,
cave trough, conductor plpo, elbows,
rooting, etc. Address E 68, care Beo.
B MM6 14
WANTED First class shoe repairer. Day
Shoo company, llasliuga, Ij8D,M71 1Jx
WANTED men, everywhere; good pay; to
distribute circulars, udv. matter, inc.
signs, etc.; no canvassing. Address Na
tional Distributing Bureau. 100 Oakland
Bank Building, Chicago, III.
B M725 1X
BOARD OF TRADE BARBER SHOP 1606
Farnam: best service, nine chairs, no long
waiting; shaving loo, hair cutting 2-"o.
B MiS2 DlOx
LEARN salesmanship by mall. Learn the
science of selling, the art of persuasion.
Learn how to rise above the average.
Learn the habit of success from success
ful men. Prospectus free for the ask ng.
Address Dept. J. Northwestern School of
Salesmanship. R20-S21-322-323 Century Bldg.,
Minneapolis, Minn. B M81 12X
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Splendid opportunity offered Just now.
Your scholarship can practically be
earned before completing. It Includes
tools, board and positions. Few weeks
completes. Call or write, Moler Barber
College, 1116 Farnam SL B M723 15x
FIREMEN and brakemen on Nebraska nnd
other railroads; experience tinnecessary ;
firemen, 170, become engineers and earn
1150 Brakemen, Wo, become conductors
and earn 1140. Name position preferred.
State age. Unequaled opportunity for
strong, ambitious young men. Address
E 21, core Omaha Bee. B M721 111
SALESMAN to sell our "Kentuegy Prue"
whisky In barrels and bottles to the
trade; good chance for live men. Licking
Valley Co., Covington, Ky. B
WANTED Solicitors to establish tailoring
agencies with local merchants throughout
tho state and to take orders from the
consumer In tho interest of agent Will
furnish letters from special accounts ag
gregating annual business of half million
dollars. We cater to legitimate tailoring
trade. References and full report of previ
ous employment required. Arlington Bros.
& Curtis, Inc., Doorhoeffer Bldg., Louis
ville, Ky. B
JF y0J wnnt work r,fer to R. A. Byrne's
advertisement-agent, wanted-thl. paper.
SOMETHING new in health and accident
Insurance ; you can wrne 11; aisinci man
agers wanted. Address Great Western
Accident association, Des Moines, Iowa.
100 BOOM TOWNS; hlphest wages; sona
12c for S(J-png iteip wantea uau ueu.
B. Smith Agency, Addison, Mich.
B 208 12x
WANTED Amateur photographers to fur
nish photographs for newspapers ana
limgaslnes. Address the National Presa
Association, Washington, D. C. B 162 12x
WANTED Bright bookkeepers to give a
few minutes or their time oany 10 our
proposition; splendid opportunity of earn
ing from $500 to $i0 annually In addition
to present salary; work does not interfere
with present occupation. Write for par
ticulars to Mr. Engelhardt, 42 Broadway,
New York City. B 246 12x
WANTED Foremnn In every machine shop
to give a few minutes or tils time oany to
our proposition: splendid opportunity of
earnlug from $T)O0 to $) annually In addi
tion to present salary; work does not In
terfere with present occupation. Write
for particulars to Mr. Haight, 42 Broad
way, New York City. B 245 12s
BOARD OF TRADE barber shop, 1606 Far
nam; best service; nine mans; no long;
waiting; shaving, lOo; hair cutting, 26c.
B M150 DU
DRAFTSMAN (Two! Mechanical and civil.
for permanent positions; state experience
fullv and salary wanted. Draftsman, 6:8
84 La Salle St.. Chicago. B 156 l!x
ENERGETIC Man travel for wholesale
grocery Jonmng nouse, i weeaiy ano e.
ienes; experience unnecessary. Kel-Rro
Manhattan Bldg., Chicago. B 164 12x
WANTED The California Fertile Land C.
of San Francisco wants ten good hustling;
up-to-date representatives for Iowa and
Nebraska; exclusive territory and yearly
contract to right parties. Apply by letter
or In person to Dr. H. 8. Hucklns, Dal
las Center, la., Manager Iowa and Ne
braska. ' B-253 12
IN lx weeks we educate you In salesman
ship and secure you a position as travel
ing salesman with reliable firm. Andreas
Bradstreet Bystem, Rochester, N. Y.
B 264 llg
tst WEEKLY easily earned (position per
manent!, distributing circulars, samples.
For particulars. Commercial Advertl.-jlnf
Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
B 168 12
AGENTS make $1 to $10 dally flttlnst
glasses. Our free book tells how. Write
today. American Optical College. Chi
cago. 1 -33 12x
MANAGERS wanted everywhere for ap
pointment of agents. New scientiflo game
for drinks and cigars; replaces forbidden
slot machines, played with nickels or pen
nies; rented or sold on credit; payable
after sold, or if operate on percentage In
public places you remit one-tenth of earn
ings monthly until paid. Samples loaned
managers free. Address, Manager. Dept.
22, Hi80 Lake St., Chicago. B 213 12X
WANTED, MEN Easy, healthful work.
t'i.Oo or more dally. Write for particulars.
Continental Distributing service, Chicago.
, . B 218 12X
YOUNG MEN-To prepare for next exami
nation railway mall. Call at new office,
iSJi N. 24th St. O. M. Underbill.
B 220 It
CIRCI'I All ami sample distributers wanted
everywhere; permanent position; good
pav. American Union, Pontlac Tf'lg.,
Chicago. B 206 12
$78 PER MONTH, expenses advanced; Tiien
to travel, post signs advertise and l-ave
samples. Kuhlmuii Co., 410 Atlas Blk.,
Chicago. B-209 12a
WANTED Engravers for all branches of
photo enaravlng buKlness; only nonunion
men need aui l : steady positions to rtwlit
men. Address E 61, care Bee. B 173 1-X
ADULTB. learn ball room dancing quickly
at Morand's. 15th and Harney; the laj-get
and mest popular school In Omaha. Our
pupil enjoy every tninute ttt their lessons,
-v. JV-J7S li