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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. JANUARY 2. 1906.
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1906 MIDWINTER TERM
TUESDAY, JANUARY 2
NIGHT SCHOOL. OPENS WEDNESDAY
EVENING. JANUARY 3.
Business, unoi'thand, '1 ypewiiliug and
Telegraphy. Catalogue free. Address H.
V. Boy lea. President, Boyles Bldg., Oivinha.
CITY SAVi.NGS BANK pays 4
t R Y KELLY'S TOWEL 3UPPLY.
CITY Is T BAM
211 S. Utb St
Omaha Safe and Iron Works make a pe
ialty of tiro esc&pee, shutters, doors and
safes. O. Andreen, Prop , 102 8. 10th St.
DION PAINTING, & H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
Uolo Ttoc K- RUM BEL ft. SON 1124
DdlC 1 1 N. 14tli til., Omaha.
STEIN WAY piano, upright, big bargain.
Perneld Plauo Co., lull Farnaiu St.
OMAHA Bargain Hou
Ulliniin pw cet on
use saves you 25
evuiuuat. 410 N. 16th St.
M M7S2 J 7
Furniture rep'd upholstered.
U 7J Ja
at CO., fine job printing.
lolO Howard. Tel. Mil.
K M78i Jan7
11. L. WINTER. GLAZIER. TELEPHONE
DOUGLAS linU. R M164 Jan. 12
SHIRTS, 5c; collars, 2c; cutis, 4c, 1614 Capi
tol Ave. K Mill J 14
f-.i IN n" Locksmith. HEFL1N,
14t n St. Telephone 2W,4.
HORSES wintered; now sheds, running
water, plenty or alfalfa, cane and fodder;
16 per month. 4'Jth and Y, South Omaha.
Tel. 1,320. K-127 J7x
FOR SALE A clean stock of general mer
chandise In eastern Nebraska; invoice
Vi,W; brick building; good trade estab
llshed; good location. Will take one-half
In Omaha residence properly. Address
G 45, Omaha Bee. Sales $28,000 per year.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
a hotel or restaurant, see Hart ft Co., 401
N. Y. Life. Y 243
FOR SALE Not for trade, a good tele
phone business, well established, well
built. Doing a prorltnble business, located
I na good, live Nebraska town. Address
Lock Box 941, Broken Bow, Neb.
Y 711-Jan. 2
FOR SALE An Implement business in best
town for Its size in state; stock all ne
and uo-to-date; rood reason for selllne:
refer to any Omaha wholesale Implement
nrm. ruen, nanson & uo uioomneid,
PitO. x 620
$26,000 t preferred stock In one of Omaha's
prosperous jobbing houses, in amounts of
$500 and upwards; guaranteed; best se
curity. Address K 1, earn Bee.
Y-S29 Jan Ix
GOOT AS GOVERNMENT BONDS A re
publican weekly and Job office In excellent
Nebraska town, II. COO; $7u0 cash, balanco
to suit. Address K 26. Bee.
. Y-MS70 2x
FOR PA LB An old established mercantile
business In Colorado Springs. It would
taxe K&.uw to handle It. p. o. Box 70:
Colorado Springs, Colo. Y M845 4
HARNESS shop, good business. Lock Box
3. Harvard. Neb. T M879 3x
TO BUY OR SELL any business and for
Dest inrormation ana quick action. s
MOAT. 303 Karbo.cn block. Y 247
FOR BALE Drug store In southeastern
Nebraska; cheap rent, best location in
town; doing a good business. Address
K 22, Dully Bee, Omaha, Neb.
F. J. LARSON A CO.. patent lawyers.
Patent book free. Bee Bids., Omaha. Neb.
H. A. 6TURGES, registered attorney; pat.
tents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
less successful. 617 N. X. Life, Omaha.
SHARPS MACHINE WORKS. Patents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings,
Satterns. castings, maohlne work. C04-6L1
. 10th Bt. 6
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional Investment Co., U Douglas blk.
MORAND'S MIDWINTER TERM
for adults begins on Tuesday, January 2,
8 p. tn.i 12 lessons; ladies, $6; gentlemen,
$6; $2 less If you Join on the opening
night of the term. We guarantee to
teach you to dance in 12 lessons; personal
attention and private lessons to begin
mith. Former pupils half price. Call or
telephone 1041. M 615 Jau2x
MDRANnN'0' private or class Us
murftiiu jloni. Tel. xduit.
Tuesday and Friday; children. Bat., 3 p. m.
WANTED TO BUY
WI BUT Life Insurance Policies and pay
more In cash than the companies lasu
Ing them. Write for terms. J. H. Hils
maa Company, Box 961. Lincoln, Neb.
- - N-M1U Jf
WANTED To buy, two second-hand 45-ton
steam shovels and 100 second-hand one
and one-half yard dump cars. Addreas
P. O. Box 115, Fremont. Neb.
N-4B7 Jan I
DRESSMAKING In families or at home.
Mias Sturdy, 2606 Davenport. Tel. Harney
Gowns, - tailoring. Mrs.
Mottas, 2127 Far.
MRS. ROYS, cloaks, ladles' tailoring and
evening gowns. 'Phone 2476. 2604 Dav'pt.
16 Feb 1
JOHNSON lostttuUN 418 N. Y. U
PR. A. D. LAIRD, Us Karbach Blk. 'Phone
ML VC-671 Jan
D. O. ft M.
D.. Nevtll blk.
J. R- MU8ICK. osteopathy. Neville
High-grade 1906 Calendars.
S. E. Cor. 16th 8L and
DOUOLAJI Pt g. Co., 160 Howard. Tel. 644.
TUX JENNINGS P T G CO. 'Phone 6380,
WANTED MALE HELP
Omaha Commercial College
1TH AND FAR NAM.
Opens Tuesday, Jan. 1906
l-'uil Particulars In Free Catalogue.
WANTED Thoroughly experienced travel
ing; salesman; one familiar with bui.dlng
trades preferred; stats age and give rel
erences. Address K 23, Bee. .
B M.0 3
AMERICAN BARBER COLLEGE
teaches the barber trade In short time
and at small exnense. Write today. Cor
ner 12th and Douglas Bis. B 11168 Jan. U
WANTED 200 teamsters and laborers on
government Irrigation canal; all w,nf"
work; good warm quarters; wages $-.25
per day. James O Connor, Torrincton.
Wyo. B MM J22
TEN men of sterling Integrity and business
ability who need money; good pay, per
manent Job Call or address, II. 1.. l'ut
ne.m, 1020 North 02d St. B
DRUG tores bought and sold. Drug clerks
wanted, ir. v. Kniest. 024 w. i.
once, a good
Come at once.
J. A. Gould,
BOARD OF TRADE barber shop, 1606 Ftr-
nam, best eervlce; nine chairs; no long
waiting; shaving, 10c; hair cutting, 26c.
WANTED Gordon press feeders. A. I.
Boot. Inc.. 1210 Howard Bt. h
WANTED Men to learn barber trade, we
prepare you for positions; l to
weekly; few weeks completes; scholarship
Includes tools, board, positions. Can nearly
earn expenses, t all or write, Molcr Bar
ber College, 1116 Farnain St.
B M9.15 Jan5x
MEN AND BOVS wanted to learn plumb
ing trade, pays (5 a day after completing
course of practical Instruction at homo
or in our schools. Graduates admitted to
union and master plumbers' association.
Positions secured. C'ovne Bros. Co.,
lumhlng schools, New ork, cnicago,
Cincinnati, o. ree catalogue.
WANTED Young man to earn from V to
125 a month as fireman and nraaeman in
the railway service. Experience unneces
searv; quick promotion, unequaled oppor
tunity. Instructions can be taken by
mall; positions secured as soon as com
petent. Write or call for paril'M'lti'"".
National Railway Training association,
6U) 1'axton block, Omaha. Neb.
WANTED For V. 8. Army, ablehodied
men lietween ages of 21 and 3ft; citizens oi
United States, of good character and tem
perate habits, who can speak, read and
write English. For Information apply to
Recruiting Office. 1.1th nnd Douglas Sts.,
OMAHA ; LINCOLN and GRAND ISL
AND, NEB., or SIOUX CITY, IA.
WANTED Young man for bookkeeping, of
fice work, etc. References. Address o,
Bee office. Council Rluffs.
Al'TOMORII.K instruction by mail; we
teach repairs nnd operation: foreign and
Americnn cars; license guaranteed; posi
tions open. 35 weekly; lessons $1 each.
Automobile Schools of America. Dent. O.
G.. 712 7th Ave., New York. B 16 2x
WANTED Man of good address and ap
pearance. Call 9 a. in. or 12 noon. Fred
erick tJlm) Fulton, Murray hotel.
B 184 3x
MAN. any npe. good appearance and ad
dress, call between 11 nnd 1 noon. Fred
erick (Jim) Fulton, Burwood theater.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
A COOK wanted: lady preferred. Neti
meyer hotel. Council Bluffs. C M454
FIFTY girls to operate power sewing ma
chines, Blanket department. Steady worn
in comfortable manufacturing room. Be?
nda Omaha Baa Co. . C 666
GIRL wanted. General housework. Mrs.
S. S. Caldwell, 1306 Georgia Ave.
GOOD girl for general housework. In fam
ily of three. 115 8. 34th St. C-tWS
TWO rooms. 1120 North 17th
Shirt Co., 21st and Far-C-854
WANTED Young girl or middle-aged
woman who wants good home. Mrs.
O'Neill, 116 Lynn St., Benson. C 891 J-2
WANTED Cook and servant girl at once.
1016 S 32d Ave. Tel. 3621. C 114 2
261S St. Mary'g
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
DUFF GREEN CO.,
LIVE STOCKf LOANS
We at a noma and old-established con
cern, and your dealings with us will be
absolutely private. You can borrow from
110 upward at the lowest rates. All loan
are made on our SPECIAL REBATIN'tl
EASY MONTHLY OR WEEKLY PAY
Each payment lessens the cost of loan.
making It possible for everyone who la
short, of money to borrow what they need
quickly and cheaply, without obligating
themselves to their friends or neighbors;
honorable, fair and Just treatment; pri
vate Interviewing rooms. Established
!Un9. Rooms 8 and 9. Barker Blk. Tel. 4034
Duff Green. Jule Althaus
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
TeL 745. 622-3 Paxton Blk.
We have It to loan on furniture, pianos,
other ciialtcls and salaries. We offer best
rates, long time und easy payments.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 22W. (Estab
lished iez. at B. ibtn Bt.
MONPY ,F TOU NEED IT, come
1'lyli u I where it Is eesy to get on chat
tels and salaries; no red tape; get the
money the same day you ask for It; lowest
ratea; strictly confidential business treat
703 New York Lite llldg. Tel. 2200.
LOANS Planoa, Diuuiond.
etc. Lowest rates.
the WESTERN LOAN CO.,
S1G kCAHN. Mgr.
$31 Neville. 3d floor, 16ta Uamey. Tel. Halt.
otheaa wiuioul aevunty; esy
Otncea In W prlcipal cities.
man, room 714 New York
. j-ue Biug.
DR. PRIBENOWS PRIVATE MO.Nhil
li.ancu on luriniure. piauoa. u arv.
ho sea, etc.. In any amount at less than
half the rates, uo red tape; perfect
privacy; iinutedlaUi attention; on any
terms wauled; paiueni suspended lu
case of sickness or out of euuiluyuient.
Room 214 Karbach Blk., 2v9 & liin Si.
CHATTEL AND COLLATERAL LOANS
at one-half usual rates; strictly private.
Union Loan and Investment Co.. 212 Bee
Bldg. Tel. J0O4. X-33
CHATTEL, salary and jewelry loans Foley
Loan COv. lso4 Farnani St 123
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cuwu. etc. C. F. Keed. 31$ B 13
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business ounfideulisj. 13ul Douglas.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
SOUTH front room fur gentlemen; furnace
heat; modern. 1712 Davenport.
. E -170 Zx
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th & Chicago
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farr.am.
NICE, large room, east frontage; also one
fine large room with private marble wash;
all MODERN CONVENIENCES. Includ
ing use of telephone. Inquire 116 N. 25th.
TWO nicely furnished all modern rooms;
one front room, with alcove: flue oppor
tunity for two gentlemen. Thcne -i'.tO,
W South IHth Ave. E 117 Jan'Jx
PRIVATE family, strictly modern, excel- t
lent location. 'Plione 2210 Webster.
modern bouse. 1817
K Si:i Jan2
VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, csfe
ROOMS and good board. $5 per week and
up Call 1517 Chlcrgo St. E ?63
Tel. 611 O. M. fc. Haul 1 runks
TWO nicely furnished rooms, with hot and
cold water, gje, electric and telephone.
217 S. 25th St. E 130
NICELY furnished room
E M144 2x
ALL modern conveniences: walking dis
tance. Tel. K6. 2T.lt Jones.
E-11S Jan 2
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Tel. 611. O. M. fc. Haul 1 runks
BOARD AND ROOMS First-class, 3 'oiks
of town; nice location. 62U So. Uth. Tel.
1208. F-M721 Jo
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney St. Nice warm
rooms with good board. House injdern.
Daiy board. Also meal tickets.
609 S. 25TH AVE. Private family; modern
conveniences; home cooking.
FOR RENT HOUSES
PIANO covin"- lowest rales for leliable
service. Tel. 1026, Schmoller & Mueller.
HOI ICPv: in all parts of the city. H.
UWULJ c, i-eier, fc jo., Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co., pack,
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse.
1120-24 N. 19th. Office. 1611 ii Farnani.
Tel. 1559. D 269
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. 1496. OiUce. 1713 Webster St
MOl in all parts of the city. Tht
nUUOLJ 0. Davis Co., 6u Bee Bid
Ringwalt, Barker Blk.
FOR RENT 9-room house, all nodorn.
near high school and Crelghton college
132.60. Apply at 607 N. 19th St.
T. SCHWARTZ, moving van.
Four rboms, city water, bath. , 1521 N.
18th St., 310.
Eight room house, all modern except fur
C. M. BACHMANN.
Tel A-2639 436 Paxton Blk.
CHOICE MODERN HOME.
Nine rooms and barn, block from 24th
car. Blnney St. Tel. Harney 620. D 442
8314-3316 BURT, 8 rooms each; bath, hot
water heat; ready to move in; owner pays
water. Inquire in rear. D 620 J4x
FOR RENT 10-room modern house, 2321
Mason St. Inquire F. P. Kirkendall &
Co.. 1118 Harney St. D M850 4
FOR RENT The building at 2416 Grant
St., now occupied by the Nebraska-Iowa
Tank Co., which would be suitablo for
manufacturing or a livery stable
FOR RENT Modern -ronm cottage, newly
papered, with stable, $20. Gannett, 611
Brown block. D M156
ALL modern house, 26th and Harney Sts.;
10 rooms. $40 month; vacant February 1.
Apply I. Zlegler, 409 Ware Block.. 'Phone
SIX rooms, modern, new, at 3224 Lincoln
$ rooms, modern, at 1811 Lothrop, $28.
4-room cottage, corner 18th and Grace, $11.60.
W. H. GATES.
617 N. Y. Life. 'Phone 1294.
D 165 Jan2
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
NO eaual In location. In best condition
irrocerv. drua store, with fixtures, also
laundry with power. Apply Tixard, 224
N. 23d. 1-1M
THREE-STORY and basement, 1008 Far
nam; elevator. $14 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
WANTED A tenant for a new store on tip
per Farnam street, to be built to suit It
interested advise st once.
U N. Y. Lite. TeL 811
FOR RENT The entire Uilrd floor of one
of the leading retail houses; center of
retail district; good elevator service, well
lighted and steam heat Address E 44.
Bee office. 1-408
FOR RENT Desk room in Bee ofllc. city
hall building, 417 N. I'jth Si.. South
Otuahu. Apply to manager. 1134
FOR SALE FARMS
640 ACRES BOONE CO.. NEB.,
A vi rv desirable farm, six miles euht of
Cedar Rapids, well Improved, 2u acres
under cultivation, balance in pasture and
buy land: halt mile from good chool. I
Terms xio.uuu Can. naiuncc lu years at
6 per cent. If place la sold Immediately
farm implements suttlclent to work timid
farm will bo put In. For further informa
tion call on or write
UiXIHOt ft CO., I60I Farnam, Omuha.
EASTERN NEBRASKA FARMS
For sale. improv!. Three miles from
. railroad and court house Address Box
1126. Omaha. Neb. 311
This agiicultural nceklv goes to SO.OoJ
homes of farmers and stock raisers, so ;f
uu nave a good piece ot lana o sell at a
reasonable price you will hr.- a buyer
among them The cost of an aavertlaemeni
is small I cents per word in small type or
1100 per Inch M set Ir. Israe tyna.
IF YOU do not find what you want in this
column, put an ad. In and you will soon
get It. ZUii
WILL TRADE A
OOOD PIANO FOR
318 MCAGUE BLDG.
THE BEE WANT AD
'KEEP YOUR EYE OPEN FOR THEM
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
SfflIP a; KPnt
Do you want a nice, new little home nf !
four rooms, with water and gas, within I
a block or two of Harney street car line,
little north of Hemis hark On easy
terms, same as rent. Only small amount '
down nnd 3L0 per month.
BE MI 8, I'AXTON BIjOCK.
OUT THEY GO TO NORTH DAKOTA.
The most prosperous state In the whole
country. The- best watered grain and
stock laml are near Mandan.. Richardson
and Mott. Strong soil, free coal, splendid
glasses. We own loo.O") acres to select
from: average price. 312.50 an acre. Ask
for proofs and Brown's firmer. Wm. H.
Brown Co., 131 La Suilu St.. Chicago, III.,
or Mndan. North Dakota.
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten year' time. Laud Dept.
U. P. R. R.. Omaha. Neb.. Dept. "A."
FOR SALE Large house, two barns and
two full lots, on North Utb St., only
14,600. This Is a bargain.
Roc j 1. New York Lift Bldg.
ciiAH- Williamson Co. u- f.t0Brid'-
MODERN 8-1 oom house.
12,000; 3S2S N. 27th.
RE M476 J19x
FOR SALE Or rent, modern 7-room house,
full lot, shade trees, barn, cistern, etc
4240 Burdette. Tel. 602 or 5700. RE 714
WHITE for illustrated pamphlet, describ
ing two ranches In the corn aid alfalfa
belt. Willis Cad well, Brokeu Bow. Neb.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith 4 Co., 1320 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN-
Payne Investment Co.
BUILDING lons on residence property; i
per cent. W. B. Meikle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE money, F. D. Wead, 1520 Douglas
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam; city loans.
6 and W per cent Interest; no delay,
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates; no
delay. Thomas Brennan, R. L N. Y. Life.
WANTED City loans. R. C.
Peters ft Co.
( 5V4 PER CENT loans on city property.
W. H. Thomas, 1st National Bank Bldg.
FARM. CITY AND BUILDING LOANS.
Reed Brothers. 1710 Farnam St W 152
WANTED A few 11.000 or J2.0X) loans.
Breen& Bloom, 613 BeeBldg. W M874
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
liNGS FOR SALE
If you want a bargain In steam fittings caU
and look over t lie liuo wing supplies: -l.b-lnch
Austin's horizontal separator.
1.4-inch Austin's vertical separator.
These have been taken out on account of
changes in our steam plant and are la
good condition. Address Bee Building Co.,
or see W. H. Bridges, . engineer. Bee
Bldg.. Oman. j 32
FOR SALS Letter press,
Inquire J. R. Campbell.
In .good order.
CHICKEN FEED Good, clean wheat for
chickens, $L4u per hundred. FRED
PETEitSON, feed store, 1615 Leavenworth.
U M820 J8X
FOR SALE Implement and furniture busi
ness for cash. Address J 25, care Bee.
M Y5u6 Jan2x
keg. Star Box
Co. 1S07 St
WE buy and
Tel. B S3i6.
furniture. 1414 Dodge.
Q M155 Jan. 12
FOR SALE One Mimeograph, in good or
der. Inquire at Business Office, Omaha
CRIBBING, fir timbers, 80 feet and under;
seasoned hardwood lumber. 901 Douglas.
BET of complete bar fixtures for sale cheap.
Call 1512 Howard. ' W 1'6 3x
Dc-rlght. 1119 Far-Q-969
We Sell and Set Glass
FULLER GLASS AND PAINT CO..
Henry M. Johannszen, Prop.. 114 S. 14th St
AT a sacrifice. High grade in
strument for sale cheap; must
sell. No second-hand dealers need apply. 415
N. 23d St. Q-M871 2x
COBS at WesUawa
69lh and Center.
Mills, too a
Q 846 80
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT, Sherman ft McConcell Drug Co,
Omaha. Q, 2a
MILCH COWS on easy terms.
PIANO Square, $10: 50 cents wekly.
field Piano Co.. 1611 Farnam Hi.
FOR SALE Two life scholarships on
Omaha business college. Addrefcs Dwlght
Williams, Omaha Bee. Omaha. Neb.
(00 STOVES to select from at low prlcea
Chlcagc Furniture Co., 1410-1412 Dodgo.
FOR SALE Lumber and coal business;
none but cash buyers ueed inquire. Ad
dress J 26. care Bee. M Y5o7 Jan2x
FOR SALE At a bargain, material In stone
wall at 17th and Douglas Sts. See R. W.
Ituker, superintendent Hee building, or
C. C. Rosewater. Bee business office.
FR SALE -AT ONCE.
Complete stock of clothing, hats, caps and
furnishing goods, etc.. located in a good
lowa town: will Invoice In neighborhood
of 22.(v; can lie bought for $ll.ouu cash;
will not consider trade; reason for sell
ing: stock is In g.iod ahatie; no freaks,
frocks or novelties, everything saleable;
don't write unless vou mean business, as
1 do; fixtures ami kale are included. Ad
dress E. 8. Pctcraksyn. -Muscatine, la.
MAN wants place to work for
TeL 194. Loyles College.
UiKJKK E EPER- Young lady
lion. Address, K So. Bee.
A-116 2X j
YOUNG man, Danish, wiahee position as
coachman nnd stableman. Inquire at 25"9
Hutdette Si. A 175 4x
E. A. DWORAK,
sen I'j. spin 'Siin.-a ,-.i2
Audits liM.ks of accounts and mm. its um
financial condition of cor;ioratloii. firms
and individuals; charges reasonable for
linl-class w rvi. e. -8tai Janl
DRAMATIC ART ORATORY.
'ihe Cli.mbeib Scuool of SUge Arts oners
.'epiiunai opportunities to siuuenia
Ing ii thorough cuuise of insliucUoii in all
iimi i.u. ... .i... ....... i nf staas
raft and oratory. Correcting deficiencies
of the speuklng voice a specially Tuo onif
school having its own theater, THE LYRH-.
Now permanently located In the J'nH"
tommerclul College building, coiner mn
P" Farriam streets, feend lor prospectus.
Management of Wlllard K CUainuer
n2l'... . XX? ol ocnou''
OMAHA Steam Paste Co. manufactures
pure Hour puste. 2210 Cuming. Tely
CHRONIC and nervous diseases suc-;ss-fully
cured by the well known Harris
treatment; consultation free. J. VA . Mor
rison, 310 Bee building. OBice hours J to
6 p. m.; Sundays, 1 to 3 p. m. . M
U 49S Jan20
WE makt a specialty of renting high grade
pianos and offer a great variety. W and
up. TeL 1625. 8chmoller & Mueller, 1407
DR ROY. Chiropody. R. 2 a. 1506 '""aS'
DR. JACKSON, Room 4. Frenzer Black.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Consulta
tion free. U 336
ANY POOR GIRL in neeed of a frnd call
or write to the matron of the Solvation
Army home for women at 3824 . N. 24tn
St, Omaha, Neb. U-M100
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. jardeli.
2213 Charles. Tel. 531i. U 338
PRIVATE home during confinement; babies
adopted. The Good Samaritan Sanitarium,
728 First Ave, Council Bluffs, la. Tel. 7.4.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute.
FACTORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest rales for reliable service. Tel 1625.
Schmoller ft Mueller, piano makers.
TUB, vapor and alchohol baths.
720 S. 13tb.
M AflN PT1P treatment ft Baths. Mme.
IWAVjlN C I 11-Smith, U8 N. 15. 2d fl.. r. 2
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
ing; in foot, anything you do not need;
we collect, repair and eell, at 114 N. 11th
St.. for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Cal 'phone 4135 and wagon will call.
PKIVATH confinement home; babies
adopted. Mrs. Dr. King, 606 N. 16th St
Tel. 365. U-M781 J7
Pianos delivered at once, $l.oo weekly. All
music lessons free. JOIN NOW. Perfield
Piano Co., 1611 Farnam St. U 441
WE RENT sewing machines, 76c week. We
repair all makes of machines; second
hand machines, $5 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co.
Tel. 1663. Cor. lith and Harney. U 342
CHEEK I IP r,0Jur no,m y getting an
ULL1X ur Edison Phonograph iroin
LOU IS FLESCHER, 1623 Capitol Ave. Sold
ou easy pay menu. Oim eveuinga.
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelghton Medical college, 14th and Dav
enport Sts.; special attention paid to con
finement cases; all treatment supervised
by college professors. 'Phone 116,. Calls
answered day or night. U--129
Send for price list
THE GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
200 Douglas Block. Tel 1936
Lleben. Tel. 4115,
U M 676-Jan 4
CHINA. GLASSWARE AND BRIC-A-BRAC
mended and made good aa new
Bemls Park Shoe Store, 33d and Cuming
Sts. U-i719 J
RUPTURE CURED-No knife, no lnjec
Hons. Call or write for botklel. Uuick
Cure Rupture Co.. 6U W. O. W. Bldg
Omaha. U M6W
Piano Tuning TeL 6604. W. R. Dalbey, 2207
Mason. U 140 JU
'PHONE 701 and a man will rail and tune
your piano, $2. Ferneld Piano Co., 1611
Farnam. u .137
KEY TO HAPPINESS FOR MEN.
My latest medical publicat'on for young
miidlo-aged and old men sent free to all
applicants Dr. Geo. B. Wood, 2o5 Wrlttht
bldg., Sioux City. la. U U666 Jan x
MANICURING, shampooing, scalp treat
ment, facial massage; open evenings till
9 p. m. until after holidays. Lutle Bryant
816 Bee Bldg. U-M622 5 '
EXPERIENCED NURSE, for connnement
cases. Thoroughly reliable. 18.4 Nona
17th St U-M190 J3
$10.00 REWARD for the address or where,
abouts of Henry Lohse, used to be at
Bancroft and Pender, Neb. J. H. Lohse
Fort Larumle, Wyo. U Mil J10
MASSAGE SPECIALIST-Joseph Ruben,
room 218 Bee mug. tel. 0608 Omaha; 27
years experience; wura guaranteed sat
isfactory. U M759 J6
PRIVATE HOSPITAL before and during
confinement; up to date and reliable in
every way. 2319 8. 13ih St.. Omaha. Neb.
TRY KELLY'S LAUNDRY.
MME. PAREE OF N. Y Shaving, Facial
Massage, Manicuring. 209 D""("- W
2o9 fc. 20th. Tel.
IT 168 Feb I
LADIES Chichester's English Pennyroyal
pills are the best; safe, reliable. Take tm
other. Bend 4o stamps for particulars,
"Relief for Ladles," In letter by return
mail. Ask your druggist. Chichester
' Chemical Co., Philadelphia. Ph.
PROGRESSIVE HOMEOPATH. C. N. Som
mcC specially chronic diseases; cancers,
tumors successfully treated by mall. Bee
Bldg. M125 J 11
FOR women only. Dr. Raymond's Pills,
women's monthly regulator, has Si-ought
happiness to tnuusanus 01 anxious
women: no pain, no danger, no Inter'ei -
.r.ce with work; relief In 3 to 6 days We
FrVce r',C.VebyB 0a7l" Raylnc idV jffi
Regulator in "quid. $3 ' Dr" H q. r?.
inond Remedy Co.. Room 85. 84 Adams St..
Chicago. 111. It-
itme'O tl nriA IfwlRTO I -1..
guarantee my Never-railing ERGO
KOLO Remedy. Safely lelleves loudest,
most obstinate cases of delayed Mont:iy
periods in 8 to 5 duys without harm, pam
or interference t'lili woik. Moil Ji.uu.
Double strength $2.00. "SPECIAL FOLD
ER FOR LADIES FREE. DR. P. H.
8OUTIIINGTON CO.. KANSAS CITY,
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills" $1 box. pos'pald. Sherman
ft UcConnell Drug i.. Oimin.i. ir.
WANTED Two men of
and education to cull uui
have written us lor prices
edition of the Encyclopedia
or 1 lie new
good commissions ami cpeui paio. o
ply to American Newspaper Ass 11, No.
47!i-0 Parrotl Bldg., Sail FiaiK-lscu. Cul.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
VOICE ci'lture. Italian method. Mrs.
Maryland Martin. 21 Arlington block.
When Vou "Write
.n,a.l.r It tdL'u nnli' Mit pktra Kfrnke or
two of the yeu to mention the frt that you
LF.KHY-Patrick. aged'91 years
Funeral Tuesday morning. January 2,
Ht :) o'clock, from family residence,
Hll North Eighteenth, to Holy Famlly
church. Intennetit, St. Ma-y's cemetery
Brailey Dorrance, Joth and Cum.
8. lith. Tel. irt
DODDER, E. L., SK4 Cuming.
TAOaART. 23d and Cuming. Tel. TU,
8WAN8OX, N. P.-1701 Cuming St.
PRIEND & MARKS. MILWAUKEE
Makers of the popular PROGRESSIVE
LINE of Men's and Young Men's Clothing,
want tlrst -class Salesmen for NERIIASKA,
M IN NLtfOTA and WISCONSIN. Liberal
consideration. Apply quick. L M1M 15
WANTED High cluss specialty salesman;
culendsrs, advertising and leather novel
ties; inn he carried as side line or ex
clusively; liberal commissions. Rate
Webber ft Co., lown City, lowa.
L M147 8x
WANTED Traveling salesman, bright fel
low, who wants to work up; good posi
tion for the right man. Call or address
the Smith-Premier Typewriter Co..
Omnha. L-M155 4
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds;
easy payments. Send for catalogue.
Brunswick-Balke-Collender, 407 B. 10th St.
NO TRt'ST PRICES Rrand new solid oak
billiard nnd pool tables for $100; also bar
fixtures cheap; write for catalogues, ("has.
Passow ft Sons, ChicagOj 174
LOST AND FOUND
LOST White setter dog; old and fat; head
black, white and tan; black spot, on
back. Return to Hugh McCaffery, 214
Douglas blk. Reward. Lost 812
LOST An engraved gold cross.
Bee office and receive reward.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywnere. The New Snow.
Church Co , main floor, n. I. l. iei. ua,
J. M. Macf arland, 809 N. T. L. Bldg.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Furnished house of 8 or 9 rooms
in Hanscom park or West Farnam dis
tricts for customer who desires to move
In at once: must be modern In every re
spect. Kenny Real Estate and Investment
Co.. 4M Bee Bldg.
K I SO 8
CHAPMAN ft MAHAN. Repairs promptly
done. Prices reasonable. 612 N. 26th. Tel.
Red-5864. . -688 Jan23
A. 8AVARD, 4314 N. 24th.
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
GOOD large barn for rent at 27th and
Iavenworth Bts.. $15. N. P. Dodge ft
Co . 1614 Varnm 8t. P-107
FOR SALE Team nnd light stake wagon.
411 No. 2Dth, So. Omaha. P M695 2
CUT? RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbin, 1506 Farnam. 'Phone 784.
LARSON ft JOHNSON. 1408 Farnam. TeL
JIMS. BfDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 South 16th St.. upstairs.
Resultful prediction absolutely given.
HESS ft SWOBODA. 1416 Farnam. -368
L HENDERSON 1519 Farnam.
Office of Lee-Glass-Andreesen Hardware
Company, Otnnha, Neb., Dec. 9. 1905. Notice
Is hereby given to the stockholders of the
Lee-Glass-Andreesen Hardware compsny
that the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the company will be held at the offices of
the said company, coner of Ninth and Har
ney atreets. In the city of Omaha, In the
state of Nebraska, on Tuesday, January 9,
A. D. lOOti, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of electing a board of directors for the com.
nanv to serve during the ensuing year and
to transact such other business as may be
presented at such meeting.
(Seal) PI. J. LEE, President '
Attest: W. M. GLASS. Secretary.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of The South Omaha and Western Railroad
company, for the election of seven directors
and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come before the meeting, win
at the omce or a. l itionur.
of Ninth and Farnam Streets.
Otnnha. Nebraska, on v ednesday, the
Tenth Dpy of January, A. D. 196. at 11
o'clock A. M. T. M. ORR, Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY AND AR
tillery horses. Chief Quartermaster's Of
fice, Omaha, Nebraska. December 12. IS1.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will bo re
ceived at this office until 12 in., central
standurd time. January 5. 19n6, and then
opened in the presence of attending bid
ders, for four hundred and seventy-five
147')) cavalry horses and twenty-five (i)
artillery horses, 1 12 wheel, lo lead or swing
and 3 saddle!, a total of five hundred
(6001 horses, for delivery at Seattle. Wash.,
or nt other prominent railroad points, rho
animals to conform to specifications for
cavalry and artillery horses. United States
reserves right to accept or reject any or
all proposals or any pa't thereof. Par
ticulars and blanks for proposals will bo
I fu'nWhed on application, envelopes iw
' tainlng proposals to be endorsed "Pro-
r IIIH.fH. nun mi.ii..... "
- 1 J",JU"
GRAY 2ALIM)M. cniei vusr-Decl2-13-Jan2-3-4-6
cTScBTBIXTIXO yl'ARTERM ASTER 8
flk. P" 'T&mSST ml U
! IK- j ProP". ' idd' tlm"
i be rec ved here until 2 p. in., standard time.
February 1. 16. for construct Ion of a cav-
.n. .1WI1 li:il at Knit Kes Moines. n
furnished on application,
Inf. ....lu 1 inn
Tolled Ht: tes reserv light to accept Or re
ject any or all proposals, or parts tnercoi.
Envelopes containing proposals should b
end. used "Proposals for t:avair urm
Hall. " addressed Al. W. RowelJ'l.S:3M;:9.w
RAILWAY TIME CARD
" ' tSIO STATIOS TE1TII AD M 4BCT
I a Ion
a 9 4i. am a :1 im
Express a 4:15 pm a 9: JO an
C.tliforua ft ore. Kx. a 4:Z5 pm a 0:10 pm
I11 Anselea Limited. ...all :30 am a10:45 pm
North Platte Local. ...a 8:10 am a 4:50 pm
) i-t Mail a :5& am a 3:29 pm
Colorado Special a 7 48 H'J a 7:44 am
Pes trice Local b 1:15 pm b 2:00 pm
Chicago. Hock lalaad ft PaelOc.
Chicago Limited a $:30 am
Chicago Express a 7:00 am
Citicngo Express. I.ocal.bll 16 urn
I. Moines Express a 4:39 pm
Chicago Fast Express ..a 5:40pm
s 7:10 am
a 9:61 pm
a 4 81 pm
a 1:16 pm
Ricky Mountain Ltd a7:"Oam
Colorado Express a 1 JO pm
1 Oklahoma ft Te-as Ex.. a 4.40 pm
a 318 am
a 4 66 pm
si3 OS pre
St. Louis Fxpress..
..a 9:10 am
..all. 15 pin
a 8:30 am
j K. C. ft St L. Ex
RAILWAY TIME CARD
thleaao, Mllwaakee at
Chicago Colo. Sec'l..a '
am a 7.38 am
California at Ore. Ex... a :4S pm
Overland Limited a h.ii pm
Mtirloti Cedar R. Lo..b :tt im
a 1:10 pm
a .J0 am
4 hleago A ort bnestera.
St. Taul Daylight a 7.50 am
Chicago li light a 8.o" m
Chicago Limited. a k:4& pm
Carrc.ll Local a 4.32 pm
St. Paul Fast Mall a 8 28 pm
Sioux C. ft St. P. Local. b 8.50 i:r.
Chicago Expresa a 6 60 pm
Norfolk ft Bonesteel....a 7:40 am
Lincoln ft Long Pine. ...e 7:40 am
Casper ft Wyoming. ...e 2:50 pm
Dead wood ft Lincoln... a 2:50 pm
Hastings A Albion b 2:50 pm
Chicago laical all:30am
Chicago Limited all :00 pm
Chicago Express a $ 00 am
Chicago Limited a 6 00 pm
Minn. A St. Paul Ex. .b I am
Minn, ft Bt. Paul Ltd.. a 8:30 pm
Chicago Great Westers.
a 7 :(0 am
10 3f am
e 6:16 pm
3 46 pm
a 1:68 pia
a 7:30 am
b 8:66 pm
a 7.30 ant
Rt Taul ft Minn a 8:30 pm
a 7:16 am
a T:&6 pm
aio 80 am
a 8.90 pm
St. Paul ft Minn a 7:46 am
Chloago Limited a 6:00 pm
Chicago Exvress a 6.06 am
St. Louis Express a 8:30 pm
St. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) a 9:16 am
6tanb?iry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm
a 8:40 am
WEBSTER DF.POT 18TII ft WEBSTER
Nebraska Local, via Leave. Arrlre,
Weeping Water b 3:50 pm bl2.80 pni
Chicago, St. Paal, Minneapolis A
Twin Cl.y Passenger. ..b 8:80 am b 9:10 era
Sioux City Passenger.. .a 2:00 pm all:20 am
Oakl ind Local b 6:46 pm b 9:10 am
Emerson Local c 8:45 am o 8:00 pm
a daily, b dally except Sunday, d dally
excupt Saturday, c Sunday only, e daUjt
BURLIKGTOX STATION IOTH A MASOS
Denver ft California. ...a 4:10 pm
Northwest Express ...,all:10 pm
Nebraska points .a 8:16 ant
Lincoln Fast Mall b 3:00 pin
Ft Crook ft Plattsm'h.b 2:60 pin
Bellevue ft l laitsm h. a 7:50 pm
Bellevue ft Pac. June. ,al2:ln pin
Bellevue & Pac. Juno. .a 8:30 am
Chicago Special a 7:26 am
Chicago Express a 3:20 ptn
Chicago Flyer a 8:05 pm
Iowa Local a 9:lo am
Bt. Louis Express n 4:45 pm
Kansas City ft St. Joe.al0:45 pm
Kansas City ft St. Joe. a 9:15 urn
Kansas City ft St Joe. a 4:45 pm
a 3.-00 pm
a 6:08 pm
a 7:40 pm
aio r am
b 8:33 am
a 7:10 am
a 8:56 pm
a 7:26 pm
a 6:46 am
MOSCOW AS IT IS TODAY
Scene of Many Bloody
Russia Is Fall of
With Moscow now the center of unrest III
Russia, the following description of the
ancient capital, written hy a tourist who
nas . recently returned from that country
is of great Interest.
Moscow stands on the edge of the most
monotonous and unlovely portion of the
vast central plain of Europe that stretches
from Holland to the t'rals. In the 811 inilee
of railway from Warsaw there Is not a sin
gle tunnel, and scurieiy a low cutting.
The entrance to the city from the strag
gling western suburbs is not Impressive;
but Just now the snow is over the noisy
cobble stones of the street and square, and
the roofs, green, red snd blue, show up in
bright patches of color, the dominant note
of this strange mixture of east and west,
of the modern with the ancient v. 01 Id,
which Is in reality only a vast Tartar vil
lage grown Into an Irregular metropolis of
Slav and Asiatic, rich and poor, palaces and
booths, and bewildering eccentricities of
every form of architecture, the whole with
a diameter of nine miles, a circumference
of nearly thirty and a population of more
than a million and a half, of whom no less
than 69,000 have to bo lodged underground.
Full as Is Moscow of sharp contrasts,
both In color and In form, of a strange
"blaarrerle" of pretentious extravaganza
cheek by Jowl with shambling hovels, of
fantastic palaces and weirdly grotesque
churches, It reminds you of some vast un
iversal exposition to which every oily of
the world has sent Its own characteristic
building. This doesn't mean that Moscow
Is "cosmopolitan." Far from It; for It Is
the very essence and center of ancient Rus
sia; but It shows how many types have
gone to the making of It, and how versa
tile and adaptable have been Its artists In
borrowing from Greece, Italy and Byzan
tium, from Mongol, Goth and Moor.
80 multitudinous have been these borrow
ings that nature has had less to say of
Moscow than of any other town. The per
petually varying results of human Intelli
gence are visible everywhere; and ahovo It
the deep chord that sounds through all, as
the Kremlin bells sound through the city,
la the strong-seated, ineradicable feeling of
Of the first Moscow that Turl Dolgo
rokl founded on the hill that was to bear
the Kremlin, nothing is left save the
churches "In the wood." which recall the
forests round the little town of 1168. A
Tartar invasion wiped It out, and again
they destroyed the Cathedral of the Arch
angel which Michael, of Novgorod built
on Kremlin hill. By Ivan I, in the four
teenth century, those famous slopes were
first surrounded with a wall of oak, and
when Dmitri Donskol died In 1389 Moscow
was the largest and most thriving of the
states In the northeast of Russia, and stone
replaced osk In the great Kremlin walls.
It was by Ivan III. who succeeded In
1462, that the great two-headed eagle was
taken as the arms of his country, and Its
early form may still be seen on the wall of
Granovltala palace. In the Kremlin. The
St. George and Dragon which was the de
vice of its founder, Yuri became the city
Ivan the Terrible came to power in Ms
eighth year, In 1583, and ten years after
ward he took the name of czar. It was
an Ill-omened association for the begin
ning of that historic title, for never, sines
Carcalla. had lived a man who deserved
so thoroughly the title of "the scourge of
the world." By him was formed the body
guard of the dread "opritchntkl," the picked
bravoes, who carried bludgeons carved with
a dog's head and did their master's will
and their own throughout the city.
The Insensate cruelty, the more than
barbaric tortures, the fiendish delight in
j pain which characterized Ivan the Terrible
need not be here detailed.
j In the Viislll Blajennl, St. Basil the
j Martyr, the amazing church in the Grand
I palace, or Red squure. the visitor to mod
! em Moscow may sea his most appropriate
j monument, a mixture of Gothic,- Moorish,
1 Indian. Bvzantlne art a senseless ronglnm
' eratlnn of conflicting styles that loses its
i beauty lu Its reckless effort lo be original.
' Each of the roofs of Its nine chapels are
Th" towers an.l cupolas are In bewilder
I lng disorder, some rut with large farets,
I others bristling like a hedgehog's back.
I a third like a plneanplc. a fourth copied
from a melon, a fifth In spiral folds, a
I sixth In hollowed channels all crowned
I by a "Ruaso-Oothlc" spire entirely unlike
I the rest. Philadelphia Press.
J Re Want Ads are Best Business Rooster
Harder la l-aal St. I.oola.
1 EAST 8T Iil lS. III.. Dec 11. -The deI
1 ImhIv of John ('miners, driver of sn I. s
wagon, was found today under the stair
fi a tenenieei nonwe. in -mting neen
stalibed to defcth. Nearby laid a blmul
eoiered knife. Mra Kat Dorn who live
in the house, was arrested tonight and held
pending invstira'lon "to the man s death.
pia I She denies having slabbed Ulii'i
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