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TITE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1906.
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. MDWINTER TER M OF
IS NOW OPEN
' DAT AND NIGHT SE8SION9.
Tet It la not too late to enter. New stu
dents are being enrolled daily. Business,
Shorthand. Typewriting. Telegraphy. Eng
lln'.i. Catalogue free. Address.
11. B. BOYLES, President.
Boyles Building. Omaha. 'cb-Rot
CITY SAVINGS BANK pays 4 per cent
THY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. 3630.
Ill 8. Uth St.
nmaha Baf. and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutter., doors and
safes. G. Andreen, Prop.. 102 S. 10th ft.
, N . K .20
Columbia Records Reduced
to 2)C, 35c, 50c and 60c.
The Columbia Phonograph Co.
ia Farnani Sr.,
Bale Ties No. Jltl) eK.
. 4L SON. 1124
bIGN FAINTING. 8. H. Cole. 1303 Douglas.
PTEINWAY piano, upright, big bargain.
Pcrfleld Piano Co.. Kill Far nam bt.
K 1 3
Surveying. Bllckensderfer, 312 Beo Bldg.
R M232 FebSx
JOWA SANITARY CLEANING CO., 1919
Farnam. . ai;ai n
SALE begins Monday, January 22. Will
exchange dollar for dollar with you In
Kev West cigars; get them now. W. F.
Stoecker Cigar Co., 1404 Douglas St.
Quitting the wholesaling of riajbirs and
pipe, it aiv-n i.
CHICAGO LAUNDRY, 214 N. 16th. Tel. 206.
K A1U i . is
CLOCK REPAIRING. I guarantee. W. J.
Richards, 2210 Cap. Ave. Tel. Doug. 72.'!4.
fl AlM D . IS
WB BUY and sell typewriters. We will sell
- your machine on a small commission.
Omaha Typewriter Exchange. 33t Neville
-Bin. Tel. 4. jf 1'eoai
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SODA FOUNTAINS any aise. 1818 Farnam,
GENUINE Hall's safes.
1110 Farnam St.
W-.MSoo Feb. is
BALE begins Monday. January 22. Visit
our store during our big sale; it will pay
you to see our price reductions on clgara
and plpea. W. F. Stoecker Cigar Co.
Quitting the wholesaling. Q Ms48 22
FOR .SALE At a bargain, material tn stone
wall at 17th and Douglas SU. See B, W.
Baker, superintendent Bee building, or
C. C. Rosewater. Bee business office.
FOR BALE One mimeograph, in good or
der ' inquire at business office, Oniaha
li: Q 113
FOR SALE Two lite scholarships on
Omaha business college. Address Dwight
Williams, Omaha Bee. Omaha, Neb.
00 STOVES to select from at low prices.
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410-1412 Dodge St.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE Four-cylinder
touring car; excellent condition; bave
bought larger car la owner's sole reason
for selling. Address 4o Funke Bidg.,
Lincoln. Q Mstil U
SPECIAL PRICES FOR NEHRA8KA.
Tha famoua Old Trusty Incubators; made
by Johnson, the Incubator man. Send
for U4 page free catalogue, &u poultry
Illustrations. M. M. Johnson Co.. Clay
Center, Neb. Q 2M
SECOND HAND AND SHOP WORN
SAFES AND STUFF. V
In moving to our new location we find
that we have quite a lot of stuff to d's
pose of at ridiculous prices; such as thop
worn safes, roll-top desks, typewriter
desks, two or three Williams' typewriters.
two standing aesKS, some chairs, wtuer
filters, two or three second-hand soda foun
tains, two old stoves, electric and gu"l..ne
automobiles, a II. P. gasoline engine, a
blacksmith's band-power post drill, a 10
H. P. motor genorator, and a lot of old
lumber, Including a good bunch of 2-Inch
planks and other lumber.
J. J. DER1GHT & CO..
Uls Farnam St.
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
If you want a bargain In steam fittings call
and looa over the following supplies:
l.s-inch Austin's horiiontal separator.
f. 4-Inch Austin a vertical sepurator.
Thesu have bean taken out on account of
changes in our steam plant and are in
good condition. Audress Bee Building
Co.,- or see W. H, Bridges, engineer. Bee
Bldg.. Omaha. U 6X
WE TRUST EVERYBODY, easy payments,
and lead the world in cheap prices on
bUllard and pool tables and bar fixtures;
catalogue free. The Brunswick Balke
Collender Co.; 407 8. 10th St.. Omaha. Neb.
CRIBBING, fir timbers. 80 feet and under:
seasoned hardwood lumber. 9ul Douglas.
FOR BALE A few choice thoroughbred
While Leghorn and Plymouth Rock roost
ers and pullets. Sbit California St.
i . Q-964
bHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT. Sherman it MuConnell Drug Co.,
Omaha. U 72
PIANO, at a sacriticti; fine upright instru'
men; (or sale chea. L S2, Ute.
oa May terras.
l IANOBqusre. $n; sv centa weekly. Per
held Piauo Co., Isll lrnaui St. g-727
HALL'S safes new, 2d hand.
FOR BALK White Brahma and Rhode
Ulnnd. Red chickens' eggs for. hatching;
write wants; save this ad. D. S. Brene
men. Council Bluffs. Q MX'
o 8- Cor. loth Bt. and
li JORVfc Capitol Ave.
tOUGLAS P't . Co., 1508 Howard. Tel. 644.
TUB JENNINGS PTO CO.
fine job printing.
rvv- 4 l.lrt Howard
I si. IOV1.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow
Church Oo., main floor. N. Y. L. Tel. 123.
J. M. Macfarlandi N.Y.L Bldg. TsL i5H
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED AO teamsters an laborers or
government Irrigation canal; all winter
work; good warm quarters; wages
iir day. James O Connor, Torrington,
Wyo. B M544 J23
DRUG stores bought and sold. Drug clerks
wanted, r . V. Knlest. 4K4 w. i
WANTED Gordon press feeders. A: L
moo i. inc., uiu uowara sc. o
WA NTED For U. 8. Army, ablebodld
men between aires of 21 and 55; citlsrns oi
United States, of good character and tem
rernte habits, who can speak, read and
write English. For information apply to
Recruiting Office, Uth and Douglas Sts.,
Omaha; Lincoln and Grand Island, N;..
or Sioux City, la. B 112
WEN AND ROYS wanted to earn $5 to $8
a day after completing course ot practi
cal Insti uctlon at home or in our schools;
graduates ndniltted to Union; positions
secured. Coyne Bros. Co. Practical
Schools Plumbing and Bricklaying New
York, Chicago, Cinclnnutl and St. Louis.
Free catalogue. B 731 Feb3
Scholars IF In an Omaha business college
r . . .- 1. . . . A Jt , I a m 1 M mm
lor auic ni a u 1 5"ln. Ayui . " " - - -Bee.
WANTED At once, sound young men for
firemen nnd brakemen on railways, nign
wages; promotion; experleme unneces
sary; Instructions by MAIL at your home;
hundreds of good positions open. Call or
write National Railway Training Associa
tion, G2u Paxloil block, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED A good line man who has had
experience in moving Duuaings; win p"
good wages and give steady work by- day
or month or year. 1. A. Murphy, Sioux
Falls, S. D. B-87
WANTED Ten carpenters; must be A i
finishers. D. & u.. council ttmiu.
B MS88 23
BOARD OF TRADE barber shop. 1605 Far
nam; best service; nine chairs; no long
nailing; shaving 10c; hair cutting, 25c.
B S4;i Fbllx
YOUNG men wanted to learn telegraphy
nnd railway business. oldest sclioui.
Every graduate placed. W. B. SkPlton.
tJullno, Kan. B-MW2 Flux
WANTED First -class abstract man. Ap
ply In own handwriting, giving reference
and experience. Title Trust Co., 7'U Sec
ond Ave.. Seattle, Wash. B-M242 23x
MOLER system of Barber Colleges located
in fourteen leading cities, wants men
to learn baber trnde. Scholarship includes
tools, tuition, diplomas, ositloiiH and
board if desired. Few weeks completed.
Little expense. Call or write, UK Fat-ham
Bt, B-M-lSn 26x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
A COOK wanted; lady preferred. Neu
meyer hotel. Council Bluffs. C M4i4
GIRLH-Burgess Shirt Co., 21st and Far
nam. C 6u4 Jan2s
NEAT, middle aged womn for general
housework. Apply 1421 Dodge Bt.
WANTED By February 1, experienced
girl for general housework. Mrs. B. A.
MacAllaster, 20.7 Wirt St., Kountze Place.
'Phone Red-iilTl. Apply mornings.
C SU2 24X
SITUATION wanted by Japanese, house
work or kitchen helper. Address O IB,
care Bee. A-M9982ix
SALESMAN WANTED First class; every
county In Nebraska; used by every
farmer; sells at sight; permanent posi
tion; two years contract; investigate.
Address, State Manager, Box 64, Manlius,
111. L M62J 22X
WANTED Successful salesman for a man
ufactured line. Long established business.
Bond required. Call Tuesday afternoon
at Millard Hotel, or address B. D. Good
ell. L M148 23
WANTED 4 high class solicitors; call Mon
day and Tuesday. Room 2, 2d floor, 2019
- St. Mary's Ave. L-MU2 22x
AGENTS wanted everywhere to sell our
popular policies, covering all accidents,
diseases and occupations: eo mo thing enT
tirely new and Issued by this society
only; easily understood and easily hold;
miui l.itf m 1 1. r nnnil... each. r.:i v u li 1 a
monthly If desired; large comunsslon !
paid immediately and exclusive territory
allowed. Address National Accident so
ciety, 320 Broadway, New York. Estab
lished 20 years. Jr-M27S mcha
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
a hotel or restaurant, see Hart & Co., mi
N. Y. Life. Y-735
TO BUY OR SELL any business and for
best information and quiuu action, see
MOATc), 3ul Karbacb block. . l-7j
CASH paid tor dry goods, clothing and gen
eral merchandise stock The Mercuuuls
block Co., 1st iat l ilk. Bldg., Omaha.
FOR SALE Drug stock In good Nebraska
town. Address o 1, care Omaha Bee.
QUITTING the wholesaling. $23,000 whole
sale siocg at cost and oeiow; it win do
you good to see the goods marked In
plain figures. W. F. Stoecker Cigar Co.,
1404 Douglas St. Sale begins .Monday,
January ai. Y MD46 23
FOR SALE A clean, up-to-date stock of
gen I mdse., in Cuming county. Neb.; sales
average twenty-live thousand (.o.imii;
can be made tnirly thousand t30,uuu; per
year. Will invoice about o,uoo. Will take
Omaha resiaenee property to the amount
of U.OuO or 4,0f0. A good place for some
business man. Good trade estauiism-d.
Address O 2. Bea. ' Y Ma51
FOR SALE A Block ot gen'l mdse.. in a
good, lively town; good reasons for cell
lug. Will invoice about five thousand live
hundred dollars Oo.Uro. will give a good
discount for i-dbli. Oood Uade entab
lisned. Aadrcss O 12. Bee. Y M9j0
PARTNER wanted for Implement and har
ness business at Mllligan. Neb. ; good
rustler with capital of about $2,un0. Jo
seph Kunce. Mllligan, Neb. Y 9X3 2Sx
FOR SALE A saloon, well located in the
south part of city, at reasonable price.
Inquire Melchlor Lels, 1S43 U. 'JOth St.,
Omaha. . . Y Maaa 23x
WANTED To rent furnished hotel, by ex
pert) need man und wife; country pre
ferred. Address O 15, Bee. Y MD91 ZiX
A OOOD bakery, confectionery, cigar and
lunch room nnd soda fountain, doing good
liuslners in live town of l.ouO; run wagons;
ill health (ante for selling. P. O. Mux lti,
Arcadia, Kan. Y MJ3J Six
PARTNER with some capital, active man
preferred, in good paying bulnts; paying
Addresa O . Bee.
FOR EXCHANGE . -
VANTED To trade for farm implements,
o.w aeirs iuuu larm iana Willi ltu acres
now In fall wheat; near good school, a x
miles from county scut and railroad sta.
non; an ciay; worm V:'A. Address W. d
uatiiey, .unity, jseb. M274 22
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column, put an ad. in and you will soon
get it. z-m
WILL TRADE A OOOD PIANO FOR
DRAFT HORSE. 31 M CAG1.E BLDG
A NEW and complete stock of agricul
tural implements, to pay for good larm
lands. Address F. G. Cain. York. Ntb.
. Z-MS&2 2i
1.KK8SMAKIMJ tD families or at bom
Mus Sturdy, 2604 Davenport. TeL Ha me,
MRS. ROYS, cloaks, ladies' tailoring ami
evcuii.g gowns. 'Phone 2474. i04 Dav'pL
CHICAGO LADIES' TAIIX3R. Cut prices
until end of February, Farnam St
Tel. 3(01. M-916 24
LADIES' shirt waist suits our specialty.
Burg, M i'arnaiii Bt. Tel. Doug. 411.
Personal ads in The Bee Personal I
Column bring extraordinary results. I
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 12th and Farnam.
PRIVATE family, strictly modern, excel
lent location. 'Phone i310 Webster.
VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
FURNISHED room, with hot and cold
water, gas, electric light nnd telephone,
for gentleman. 217 8. 26th St. E 130
KOOMg nnd good board, $o per week nnd
up. Call 1617 Chicago St. E 741
Tel. 116 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
FURNISHED rooms for light housekeep
ing. 15J1 Leavenworth St. E 9fc7 2x
FURNISHED ROOMS-Two splendid, all
modern rooms, otm alcove; fine bath; use.
of 'phone. 'Phone 2W. 'oW 8. 26th Ave.
K M9 2i'x
DOUBLE front room, suitable for three;
well furnished; strictly modern, $17 per
month. 250 Harney. E M101 Six
NEWLY furnished rooms; modern: gentle
men preferred. 1917 Cass St. Telephone
6867. E M2.8 2.lx
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Tel. GIL O. M. fc. Haullrunkii
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney St. Nice warm
rooms with good board. House modern.
Day board. Alro meal tickets.
F 193 J2SX
ROOM and board: cood home cook I no- at
ut 8. 26th Ave. Phone Ash 24101.
F M100 23
LARGE, sunny front room; fine modern
house; board if desired. 614 No. 23d.
F M134 22x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
FOUR modern rooms, parlor floor. K 8.
2&th St. G M-'M
FOR RENT Three unfurnished moms,
heated. 901S Pacific. G M129 as
UjO North 17th street.
FOR RENT HOUSES
PIANO moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. Schmoller A Mueller.
HniKPsln Prt ol the city. K.
..wwwww. f-eicrs et Co.,
THE Omaha Van & Stoiaga Co., pack,
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse,
ilJO-24 N. 13th. OlUce, 1611 i, Farnam.
Tel. 1669. D-747
WB MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel, im. Oflice, 1713 Webster UL
HOI lQLQiu U parts of the city. The
nUUJCJo, F. Day la Co., 6v8 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Burker Blk.
CHOICE MODERN HOME.
Nina rooms and barn, Vs block from Uu
car, Blnney St. Tel. Harney b30. D 44J
8-ROOM modern house, except furnace, $20.
C. M. Bachmann, U6 Paxton Blk. Tel.
Desirable modern houne, S rooms, nice
plumbing, good lurnace, newly painted uud
papered, good barn, large lawn, 41 Chi
cago street. Kent, $40.
GAKV'IN bUOS., 1604 FARNAM.
FOR RENT 22d and California Sts., 9-room
house, $3-60; 7-rooin, WiM. Both mod
ern; In complete repair. Inquire at w7
N. 19lh St. D 174
7-ROOMhouse, li0 Sojth 28th.
Powell, 2044 Farnam St.
FOR SALE or rent. 6 furnished rooms. 323
S. 11th. D-K94 20X
J. SCHWARTZ, moving van. 1610 Webster.
Tel. 2046 D MS17 F17
6-ROOM modern flat, Lange block, CM So.
llh St. D 9S8 15
ALL MODERN HOUSE with range. 2Uh
and Harney, li rooms. 40.no. owner
pays water. I. Zelgler, 409 Ware Llo k.
'Phone litfl D S.9
FOR RENT Six-room house, city water,
SO Franklin St.. $11. Dexter L. Thomas,
412 Bee Bldg. D Wsl 23x
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
ALL or part of new two-story brick build
ing with goon nasement. power, steam
heat and trackage, suitable for any kind
of business; located on Douglas street.
Address O 10, care Bee. 1263 2x
NO equal In location, In best condition;
grocery, arug store, wun uxiurea, ujnu
laundry with power. Apply 'lizard, zj)
N. ISid. 1-187
FOR RENT Desk roon. in Beo office, city
hall building, 417 N. 26th St.. South Omaha.
Apply to manager. I 1J4
SUITABLE for wholesale or manufactur
ing, 44x100; three tloors und basement,
elevator; will rent 22xluO searainly;
10U3-06 Farnam St. Inquire 314 First Na
tional' Bank bldg. 1 S47
FOR RENT Offlc or !e8k room in one
of the fined oflice buildings In .he city.
Address OS care Bee oflice. I M972 12 IX
FOR RENT Business building. 16x44 feet,
with three living rooms on second floor;
one nnd a half blocks from deppt. main
street. Address Combination Box 11, W is-
ner. Neb. I M2S5 i7x
WANTED TO RENT
BY lady employed, room with board or near
boarding house; private family; refer,
ences. Address L 5!). care Bee. K iftC
LARGE, coxy parlor for rem; suitable for
two gentlemen. -116 Chicago.
K MluO 22x
11. A. STURUES, registered attorney; pat
ents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
less successful. (17 N.( Y. life, Omaha.
F. J. LARSON & CO.. patent lawyers
Patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaliu, Nob
BHAItl'E MACHINE WORKB-Fatent
procuieu, IIMruuuil ucciuv,,, uin,i,Ki
patterns, castiugs. machine work. WJl-oUl
S. loih St. 755
PATENTS procured, tttught and sold. Na
tional Investment Co., 63 Douglas Blk.
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES
FOR SaI E New and second-hand billiard
and peel tables, bar fixtures of all kinds
easy payments. Send foi calulugue.
Brunswick-Balka-Colleoder. 407 S. lKih SL,
NO TRUST PRICES Brand new solid oak
billiard and pool tables tor $100: also bai
lixturea cheap; write for catalogues. Chaa
Passow & Sous, Chicago. 174
JOHNSON Institute. 418 N. Y. L. Tel. 14
DR. WELLS, D. O., Neville blk. Tel. 677
R. MU81CK. osteopathy. Neville
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
I IDEAL stock ranches. Cherry Co.. Neb.,
l.s to z.iwi acres; - also l-a. fine farm
land Brown Co., 2S If taken soon. Ad
dress o 14, Bee. RE MSfo 2x
EXTRA well located lot in Bemls nrk,
one block to car; permanent sid?volk,
sewer, water and gas on street; taxes
nil paid; en.it front T60 If sold st once.
1315 N. 34th St. RE 74
FOR SALE--Large house, two bnrns and
two full li ta. on N. Wlh St.. only $4,600.
This is a bargain.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
WRITE for Illustrated pamphlet, describ
ing two ranches in the corn and alfalfa
belt. Willis Cad well, Broken Bow. Neb.
FOR SALE A home worth $30,000 for $12.
oou; west side. Address L 17. Bee.
GLOVER Cuban Land Co., Room 8, N. T.
L. RE MB2B F8
CI8- Williamson Co. y tK"'
FARMS and city home. Kemp, Real-Es-tater,
Blair, Neb. RE M22
MAKE me an offer on lot at ne. cor. 34th
and Lafayette Ave. Bemls park. Frank
Planck, owner. 410 Bee Bldg. HE 677
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Furnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam Bt.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. W. B. Meikle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1620 Douglas
GARVIN BROS., 1304 Farnam; city loans, (
and 6Vi 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. 1, N. Y. Life.
6 & 6V4 PETt CENT loans on city property.
W. H. Thomas, 1st Natlonul Bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans. R.
C. Peters & Co.
FARM. CITY AND BUILDINO LOANS
Reed Bros., 1710 Farnam St. W 7S1
WANTED POME LOANS OF $1.0"0 TO
$2,000. BREEN & BLOOM, 613 BEE BLDG
, FOR SALE FARMS
640 ACRES BOONE COUNTY
A very desirable farm, 6 miles east of Ce
dar Riiolas. well improved, 420 ncres un
der cultivation, balance In pasture and
hav land, ,4 mile from good school.
Terms, $10,000 cash, balance 10 years at 5
per cent. If place, is sold Immediately
farm implements sufficient to work entire
farm will be put in.
For further Information call on or write
GEORGE &. CO.. 101 FARNAM.
H M119 22
DOUGLAS COUNTY FARM
J65.00 PER ACRE
80 acres 214 miles northwest of Valley.
6-room house and other Improvements, 6o
acres under cultivation, balance pasture.
GEORGE & CO.. 1601 FARNAM.
Farm and Kanch Landi
Nebraska, Kansas, Colotado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten years' time. Land DepU
U. P. R. It., Omaha, Neb., Dept, "A."
OUT THEY GO
OUT THEY GO
to North Dakota, most prosperous of all
countries. Land $12.60 an acre; big crops;
plenty water; free coal. We own lOO.OuO
acres to select from. Write Win. H.
Brown Co., 131 La Salle St., Chicago, III.,
or Mandan, North Dakota, for facts.
BUY northwestern Texas land and doubla
your money in one year. One crop mora
than pays for the land; $4 to $10 per acre.
Hot winds unknown; rainfall ample. Ex
cursions first and third Tuesdays of each
month; of one fare for the round trip.
8. C. Higgle & Co., 213-14 N. Y. Life Bldg,
Kansas City, Mo. H M-399 Fi
EASTERN NEBRASKA FARMS
For sale. Improved. Three miles from
railroad and court house Addreaa Bot
1 1 , Omahs. Neb. 311
FARMS FOR RENT
70 ACRES S miles northwest of Benson,
unimproved. $S.oo per acre.
GEORGE & CO., 16ol FARNAM.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
WE think you will agree with us that
the cost should always be known oeforo a
contrail Is made, and It you apply lo us
we will tell you in advance to the -eat what
the transaction will cost you.
IUI can uoi row oi us on vur.murv,
Pianos, Live Stuck and other chattels, or
on own agreement to repay if you have
WE charge us little as anyone in the city
for our class of loans and we charge much
leas than some concerns, so you can t r.tsks
a mistake by seeing us if you want to
GIVE us a trial is all we ask and we will
by Jubi treatment attempt to retain your
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY,
U!) Hoard of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2296
(EsUUlahed loi2, iUi S. 16th
CHATTEL AND HA LAKY LOANS.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
Tel. 745. 63:-3 Puxton Blk.
MnBYlp OL' NEED II
I'lV-Zlil-l where it Is easv lo test
j els and salaries: no red tape; get tha
money the same dav vou ask fur It: lowent
rales; strictly confidential business treat-
703 New York'Llfe BUg.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED FEOPLS
and otlieis willtojt teouiuy; oasy pa.
nients. Offices in 53 principal cities. Tol
wan, room 714 New York Life Bldg.
DR. PR1BENOW 8 PRIVATE MONK I
loaned on furniture, inunus, salary,
horses, etc., in any amount at less than
h;:.? me iHt" in, reel t nw; enect pri
vacy; immediate attention; on any terms
Won tea. pay menu, suapeudeu in case of
sickness or out of emplu ineiit. Room
814 Karbacb Blk., AM & lith St. X 78
SEE tha Western Loan company for furni
ture, diamond and salary loans. 331 Ne
ville Blk., 16th and Harney. TeL "
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co.. 1504 Farnam bt- X 7tJ
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows. sic. C. F. Reed. 319 6. li.
EAGLE Loan Oflice, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business cuunuenlUl. Uol Duug.a.
DRAMATIC ART Oratory.
The Cliiunoera School ot Stage Art of
ici exct-puuiia, opoiiumtlts to mudeni
wishing a thoroiiKii course of Instruction
In all that pertains to the essentials of
stage craft and oratory. Correcting de
ficiencies of the speaKing voice a specialty.
The only school having Its own theatar,
Now permanently located ill the Omaha
Commercial College building, corner lain
and Farnam atieets. bend tor prospectus.
Management of WillarU E. t Lain be is. Tel.
F-1S71. DnectJi of school. John Edgar
Owens. Tel. 12Si. U 74
WE make a specialty or renting high grade
pianou and oiler a great variety. and
up. Tel. 1S26. Hcliiuollcr & Mueller. H'J.
Harney. U 7
DR. JACKSON. R. 4. Frener block.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Consulta
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ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army home for woman at 3&4 N. 24tli
St., Omaha, Neb. U M100
PRIViTIt hum rinrlni; confinement: babies
boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gardoil. JfliS
Charles, icl. txiil. u
PRIVATE home during confinement; uuul.f
aoopled. The Good Hniarltnn Sanitarium.
78 First Ave.. Council Bluffs, la. Tel. 71
OMAHA Stammerer IusUtute.
FACTORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest rates for reliable service. Tel. lo-a.
Schmolltr &. Mueller, piano makers.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths. 720 S. 13th.
M AniVPTir" treatment & Baths. Mine.
IVmlE I 1 smith. Us N. 16. 2d fl., r. x.
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-oft cloth
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we collect, repair and aell, at 114 N. Utb
St., lor cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4135 and wagon will call.
MASSAGE specialist for chronic diseases,
Joseph Ruben, room 218. Bee Bldg. Tel.
6M6; Omaha; 27 years' experience; work
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PIANO CLUB '
Pianos delivered at once. $1 weekly. All
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Tel. ltx3. Cor. loth and Harney. U 8u3
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RUPTURE CURED No knife, no injec
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PHONE 701 and a man will call and tune
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Removed from lbUl Douglas Su to looms
-4- Arlington Bik., ImL Uodge. Mrs lnza
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TRY KELLY S LAUNDRY. 'PHONE JoJO
MRS. MERGES, pianist, 209 8. 2oth. Tel
46h5. U-1W Feb 1 '
MAGNETIC OSTE OLCGY
MRS. M. KJTTUNhOCSE,
412 No. loth. Room i, Second loor.
ti AIW4 F17
PRIVATE hospital during confinement Ba
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cuy. uut S. 13Ln St., Omaiia, Neb.
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & 2, 15u6 Farnam.
PRIVATE confinement home; babies
uuopiea. Mrs. Dr. King, lm No. 2lm St.
Tel. 3S69. u M24 F
Lie ben. Tel. 4115.
SALE begins Monday, January 22. 350,000
cigars sold in small quantities at half
piiee; look into nils. W. F. Stoecaer
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MANICURING, shampooing, scalp treat
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- wtt i . is
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LOST Bull pup. color white, one black
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Lost 267 23
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GOOD large barn for rent a! I7th and
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BURKE Patrick T.. aged 7 rears.
Funeral Tuesday punning, January 23, at
:. from family reslui-nco. le loitu
Seventeenih sireet. to Holy Family church.
Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
NOTT Miss Martha Pauline, Sunday morn
ing at 7:4n. at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Charles Hanke. 24H Larlmore avenue.
The remains will be t iken to Monmouth.
111., for Interment. A short service will be
held at the home of her sister at 2 p. m.
today. Friends invited. .
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HARRY B. DAVIS. 411 8. 15tll.
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A MODERN 7, 8 or 9-room house; terms,
cash. J. R. Snyder, 110 So. Soth St.
N M133 a
Mf iRiWH'Q fr private or class les
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Tel. 1041. Adults Tues. & Friday sRim.
MME. BUDDHA, LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 South 16th St.. upsiairs.
Resultful prediction absolutely given.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
VOICE culture. Itallar method. Mrs,
Maryland Martin. 21 Arlington block.
M706 J Mx
CHAPMAN & MAHAN. Repairs promptly
done. Prices reasonable. 612 N. bth. Tel.
Red -6864. 688 Jan23
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NOTICE OF THE RE-EXTENSION OF
CHARTER Or 1 rlr, UMArlA NA
Charter No. 1633.
CHARTER. TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER OF THE
CURRENCY, WASHINGTON. V. C, De
cpinher 14. Ihiio.
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned, it has been
made tn appear that the Omaha National j
nana. imm-u in ni my m nibh'. i, ino
1 h.in comnlled with all the provisions of the
act of congress "to enable nations! banking
Dsoclations to extend their corporate
Istence and for other purposes," approved
July 12, 1H82, as amended by the act ap
proved April 12. 1902;
Now, therefore. I William B. Ridgnly,
comptroller of the currency, do hereby cer
tify that the Omaha National bank, located
in the cltv of Omaha. In the county of
Douglas and the state of Nebraska, is au
thorized to have succession for the period
speclliced In its amended articles ot asso
ciation, namely, until close of business on
December 14. 1925.
In testimony whereof witness my hand
sod seal of office this 14th day of December,
1905. WILLIAM B. RIDGELY.
(Seal.) Comptroller of the Currency.
Extension No. 944.
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CHINESE WEDDING RECEPTION
How an Important Social Knnrllon
Among: the Wealthy la Palled
Off In China.
Comparatively Tew Europeans have had
the opportunity of witnessing the pomp
and circumstance which attend the wed
ding ceremonies of a wealthy Chinese gen
tleman, nnd therefore the Invited guests
at the wedding of the son of Lau Chu Pak
participated In a unique festival and en
Joyed an experience which was all the
more interesting because of Its rarity. Tha
grounds were decorated for the occuslon and
the Interior of the Ardmore wns lavishly
emlielllshed. In the early morning, from
7 till 10 a. ni. Chinese friends of Mr. Lau Chu
Pak called and offered their congratula
tions. From noon till 4 o'clock the Eu
ropeans were received and there was a
very representative gathering of the Civil
Service and Government departments and
of the mercantile community at Mr. Lau
Chu Pak's residence.
Mr. Lau Chu Pak. attired tn mandarin's
dress with feather and crystal button, per
sonally received the guests as they arrived,
and Introduced them to his son. Mr. Lau
Wing Chlng, the bridegroom-elect, who also
appealed In the costume of an official, but
was distinguished by the red scarf which
was crossed like n ribbon on his breast,
while his lien iln ear was a fancy arrange
ment In scarlet.
The approach of visitors was heralded by
a fanfare of drums and Chinese horns
which made people, oven those accustomed
to the blme of public opinion, wince In
embarrassment. The musicians seemed ts
divine a gust, for almost before he ap
peared at the entrance to "Ardmore"
they struck up the high and shrill sounds
which set everyone on the qui vlve. Indeed
on of the delights of the function was
found in watching how different guests
sttemptod to dipgulso their embnrrai'S
ment when they found themselves sud
denly on the stage, as It were. Before 1
o'clock the drawing room was crowded with
people, and the weather lielng beautiful, an
adjournment wns made to the garden,
where seats and tables were laid out, and
the health of the bride and bridegroom
toasted. Facing the garden were a num
ber of scrolls bearing Chinese characters
all uniting in wishing the brldpgroom
In the drawing room the guests were
introduced to . Mrs. Iu and the Indies of
the family. Mrs. Lau Insisted that the
male section should quaff a glass of wins
with her in honor of her son's marrlagn,
and there was a right royal response to
the invitation. Indeed, nothing was left
undone to entertain the European visitors,
and It is safe to say that a good many ol
those present learned, for the first time,
what Chinese hospitality really means,
and how a Chinese gentleman does honor
to his friends. There was an abundance
of refreshments, and to show how the
comfort of the -visitors was considered it
may be pientloned that there were two
drawing rooms, ono where the gentlemen
could smoke at their ruse, and another, a
beautifully decorated npartnient, .where the
ladles assembled and chatted with the host
The walls of the women's room were
hung with embroidered emblematical scenes.
One banner, which wan a present to tha
bridegroom from the scholars of the Ellld
Kadoorle school, of which Mr. Tau Chu Pak
Is president, boro a pictorial design of four
generations of maleK. The senior was rep
resented holding a pomegranate, while be
hind the males was a Chinese woman, the
whole scheme being an Illustration of tha
bliss and happiness which attend a con
tented mind and a happy married life. The
names of the donors of the banner were In
scribed In letters of gold.
Allegorical scenes, which appeal so
strongly to the Chinese mind, were on every
side, and many of the guests spent a profit
able day in examining the designs and
elucidating their meaning. The Chinese
present, when they were not catering to the
wants of the Europeans, were engaged In
telling the stories which these allegories
Many interesting Incidents occurred dur
ing the reception. At ono stage three little
girls mounted on white palfreys rode Into
the grounds of tho house and presented
gifts to the bridegroom. They were am
bassadors from the bride, who thus mad,
propitiatory offerings to her future lord and
master. It Is usually said and believed
that the bride does not see her future hus
band until the wedding ceremonies are com
pleted, but that is very much a myth so far
as the educated class In Hong Kong ara con
cerned. In the course of the afternoon a goat
gaudily dressed with scarlet ribbons was
led out of the grounds and sent to the
bride's house. The goat represented the
bridegroom, which may seem funny from
the western point of view. It appears thnt
in former days the bridegroom was ex
pected to go to the house of the bride in
propria persona, but the duties of a bride
groom are so onerous and fatiguing that a
substitute was found In a goat. Iater In
the day the bridegroom himself went to
greet his bride, accompanied by an Im
mense paraphernalia of ornamental sedan
chairs, banners, gongs, horns and drums.
Shortly before 4 o'clock the fireworks were
set off, snd the ears of those present were
cracking with the din long ere the pyro
technic display had finished. Then the
bridal procession was formed and paraded
round the grounds so that the guests might
Inspect the varied exhibits.
This wss only the first day of the mar
riage ceremonies. Mr. Lau Chu Pak and his
son had 'jeen busy receiving guests, running
hither und thither In order that none might
be overlooked, from 7 o'clock in the morn
ing", It was now 6 o'clock in the evening and
they started on their travels to the bride's
resilience. There was a big dinner to at
tend in the evening, and there were two
more days of these festivities.
In the evening the majority of the guests
who had lieen present In the afternoon sat
down to a real Chinese dinner In one of the
fashionable Chinese restaurants in the city.
Everything that one has heard nnd read of
us constituting Chinese fare was to be
found on the menu. Hong Kong Telegraph.
It Took lllra Aback.
It was the sweet scent of the lilies in
the conservatory, the benuty of the young
girl's gilt hair, or tlin excellent champagne
he had taken with his np r-at any rate,
aTter the twostep. ns they rested 111 the
shadow beneath a palm, he proposed to the
debutanto in while.
"It cannot be," hc kald. "I am unwor
thy of you."
"Oh. rubbish!" suid he.
"It Is true; It Is true." Arid she sighed.
' You ure an angel." said, ardently.
"No, no; you are wrong." suld the young
Kill. "I am vain, idle, silly, utterly unfit
to be your helpniat - tlirciiifli life."
He laughed lightly. He suld In a sooth
ing volte: '
"Why this Is sheer madness. What
sort of a wife do you think ( ought to
"A wise, deliberate, practical woman."
she replied "one able lo live on your
small salary." Philadelphia Inquirer.
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