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THE 0LMTA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 25,
SIGHTS IX MEXICO'S CAPITAL
How the City Interests a Viritor from
RESPECT FOR LAW VIGOROUSLY ENFORCED
Fcallarltlee of Uottrannt ad
People Ancient and Modern Clvlll
aatlone Oeenea from lielajhte
CITY OF MEXICO. Feb. K.-To the Edi
tor of The Bee: Nowhere do the plaint
aeem more vut, sagebrush and the cacti
more plentiful, nor do the stately moun
tains pierce bluer skies than in this land
of romance and mystery.
The City of Mexico Is to Mexico what
New ' York and Washington are to the
United States, and Parts Is to France; In
general appearance Is not unlike the latter
As one goes about the well paved streets
and along; the tree-lined boulevards, pass
ing fountains and monuments at every
turn, it Is gradually borne in upon them
that they are in a city of the first class
and that the varying scenes of beauty
could not be surpassed in any southern
city. The streets are clean and well kept.
The style of building is a blending of the
old Roman with the more modern archi
tecture, and is very attractive. The better
buildings are of white stone, many of them
very beautiful, while the great mass of
them are of adobe plastered over, many of
them elaborately decorated with fresco
work and tiling. The sidewalks, like those
of any ancient city, are very narrow, too
much so for the busy throng of foot pas
sengers that must get through the street,
and collision is not infrequent, because of
not knowing which side the native will de
clde to take In passing.
The city represents all the possibilities
of the country, socially, politically and ec
claslastlcally, and is the comerclal center,
as well as Industrial capital of the republic,
having, with its Immediate suburbs, a pop
ulation of 500,000.
The federal district corresponding to that
of the District of Columbia In the United
States has about 600,000 Inhabitants.
Differences In Government.
The form of government In Mexico Is a
federal republic, with a constitution similar
to that of the United States, one of the
marked differences being In the appoint
ment of officers for certain duties. Each
district is represented by an officer, who
represents "the person of the governor,
and this person is an executive officer,
combining the power of mayor and chief
of police in an American city.
There Is perfect religious freedom and
Justice is administered Impartially. The
government is a terror to criminals. The
law Is more Roman than the English com
mon law, but the "organization of the
court" seems to be on the "American plan,'
and there Is no place in the world where
property and life are safer than In the
republic of Mexico. This Is due. not so
much to the courts being on the "Amer
ican plan" as to the mode of operation
pursued by the "liberal dictator," and that
the outcome of his course of dealing with
his people has brought about the present
tate of affairs is patent to all residents
of the republic, as well as the observers
of good government everywhere. President
Dial's dictatorial course has made Mexico
a stable and prosperous country, and dur
ing his reign the nation has advanced far
beyond the expectations of the most san
guine and has an established credit among
the money markets of the world. There is
no toleration for crime. Peace is compelled
at the point ot the bayonet, if need be
Dial Is the only "absolute dictator" who
Is elected by the electors, who seems to
stand the teat of being In high power and
who strictly adheres to his own policy, for
th president rules in Mexico with a strong
hand and level head, meting out Justice to
the revolutionist and disorderly In a way
that Is convincing and which commands
respect and compels obedience. If not love.
The evil-doers know they must deal with
energetic officers when they offend the law.
Mexico expends 15,000,000 annually for the
education of Its people. Primary education
is compulsory, and there are In the re
public 16,326 government schools, with an
average attendance of '828,000 pupils. The
federal government maintains. In the city
slope, tho Academy of Fine Arts, School
of Medicine, Law school. School of Com-
merce, Arts and trades, School of Mines,
Conservatory of Muslb, Military college,
civil engineering, two normal schools for
teachers, both sexes, besides schools for
both the deaf mutes and blind. With all
these Institutions, together with their pub
lic libraries and the publication of 850
periodicals, there Is hope for the coming
generations of children In the republic of
Mexico. The national library at the cap!
tal contains 265,000 volumes and Is one of
the places of Interest.
The summer residence of the president
the "castle" on the hill is well worth
visit, and the drive through the ancient
wood of Chapultepeo is beautiful. The view
from this point is one of the finest to be
seen anywhere, and presents a scene which
embraces endless variety. A multitude of
Uttle villages, with their whitewashed
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srto sxtraot of native, aaiHrtnsJ Boot
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I A. bookie of si tract from ecaioeat,
nadtoai authorities, ssWosalnf tu lngrn.
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Never make the mistake of believing dental adver
tisements without In vestigatlon not even mine. Adver
tisements serve merely as an Introduction; you need
something mors than that In work of such vital Im
portance a9 dentistry.
There are very few good or reliable professional men
who use pr inter's Ink. The truth is never more distorted
than In the ordinary advertisement or the "Painless
Dentistry" sort. The earns amount of skill and proper
training is neeesary for ths dentist who operates on the
teeth painlessly as for the surgeon who successfully
operates on the eye or ear.
Candidly, 1 advertise the fact that 1 do dental work,
painlessly as an Inducemmt for people to corns to my
office. But when they come they are not disappointed for
I fill and crown sensitive teeth without pain.
I court the most thorough Investigation.
A Reliable Dentist at a Reasonable Fee.
DH. FICKES, Dentist
'Phone Doug. 087. 333 Bee Bldg.
houses, roofed with tiling, among the trees,
lie about,' while the church spire is visible
In every direction. Tti ancient wagon road.
curving away among the green fields In the
distance, looks like an ant path in a gar
den. The reddish brown hills of Tepeyae
are to the north, the snow-covered summits
of Popacatepelt and Ixtaclhualt stand erect
In the east, the blue heights of the "Car
delleras of La Cruces" are at the west of
us, while the fertile fields of the south seem
to be lost on the mountainside in the deep
blue of the mist. It Is a magnificent sight.,
The "castle" stands among the cypress
trees; the avenues of chapaa, Cottonwood,
ash and willow extending in every direction
like walls. On this hill the "military Acad
emy of Mexico" Is situated and Is ap
parently a very good school.
Looking down upon the moss-covered
cypress trees, many or which have stood
there since before the conquest, one Is led
to wonder how the American troops under
General Pillow captured the hill. In a day's
bombardment, and think It would not be
such child's play now.
While going about the old town the bits
of history one has read comes to mind, and
we recalled having read that here. In this
old Aztec settlement, a printing press was
set up and a newspaper published nearly
100 years before the landing of the Pilgrims
at Plymouth Rock, and there Is a certain
fascination In the thought "that about the
old town and its streets the native Indian,
In his fantastic dress and rags, has strolled
11 these years all grades, all classes-
forming a living panoramma, and that the
municipal government of the city went on
under almost the Identical form several
centuries, while kings, emperors, dictators
and presidents came and went, and that
Indians, Spaniards. French and Americans
had struggled and fought fur supremacy In
and about the city.
The Indian Is still the Indian, and the
present government Is the only government
that could govern and keep peaceable such
Scenes on the I'lasa.
Then, too, the City of Mexico Is a very
emporium of civilisation, and, as some
writers' have styled It, "the great capital
of America's Egypt," . Sitting in the
Zocalo which Is the plaza one may see on
one side the national palace, on another
the cathedral and Sower .market, while
the other two sides bf the square are made
up of the city's best shops,' among which
the national pawnshop Is very Interesting.
This plaza Is one of the most attractive
spots In the city a sort of little park.
with walks, trees and flowers and band
stand In the ' center, from which a good
concert Is given every Sunday morning, as
well as during the week, at stated times..
Tla here the lovers meet and "hold
hands" and speak In "accents sweet" to
each other, totally oblivious to the gaping
public, In Bpite of noise, music, priest or
visitors, while the more aristocratic Span
ish lover must become a "bear" and wait
at his mistress' window, and must some
times give years to a courtship, and that.
too, through iron bars.
While listening to the musio one may
see the Spaniard with unsmiling face; the
Mexican, In various shades of color, accord
ing to his near relation to Aztec or
Spaniard, arrayed In "tight trousers,"
sombrero" and "serape," touching el
bow with the visitor from Berlin, Paris,
London and New York, each in the style
of his native haunt, together making a
picture truly cosmopolitan.
Tbe street car system of the city Is first-
class. All cars start at the plaza, and fol
lowing tracks laid In loops about the city,
they return through different streets to the
Zocola, so one can always get back to the
starting point, and almost any street car
ride one can take will prove interesting.
In another letter I will endeavor to give
an Idea of the "national sport," as well as
some observations upon the traits of char
acter aa seen here.
We leave In a few days, traveling toward
the Rio Grande, and In a few days will be
again within the borders of our own coun
try, on the way to California.
ROSE E. STRAW N.
oct Op the: ordinary.
At th last Quarter sessions In the Irish
city of Limerick the judge was informed
that no criminal business either from city
or county awaited him.
Frederick W. Morris of New Tork pur
chased in Boston last week for 38,950 the
first four folios of Shakespeare, which were
printed in lnilon between 1W and 168a.
Captain James Moorhead. a lifelong
Brooklynlte, who followed the sea for over
forty years, nas ntteo up a unique room
In his home in fao simile of a ship's
cabin. In no one particular does the
"cabin differ from a cabin on any of the
full-rigged clipper ships he so long com
Blenls Wlllse of North Tonawanda, N. T..
will be 100 years old if he lives till March.
He was l years or age wnen tne Erie canal
was first filled with water, and had a per
sonal acquaintance with James Fenimore
Cooper wnen he was writing the "Leather-
"King" Thomas Costello, chief of a noted
tribe of gypsies, died In Newark, N. J., re
cently. For seven generations a Costello
lias Deen on me inrone. i nomas suc
ceeded his brother three years ago. Ha
will be succeeded by his 1-year-old son, but
the affairs of the tribe will be managed by
a regency till he reaches his majority.
It Is not easy to kill a Janitor. One fell
down eight stories In a New York apart
ment house the other day, and when hi
friends started to remove the corj.se It re
marked: "Damn that dumbwaiter, anyway.
It's always out or order." Barring a frac
tured ankle and a few contusions of the
back he was a good a when he started.
Thomas Dlnamore, a well-to-do resident
of Palermo, Me., gives 8S to everybody born
In that place. The money Is depqslted In a
bank to the child's credit and remains there
until the recipient reaches legal majority.
Mr. Dlnamore was born In Palermo eighty
three years ago. He went to California in
1M8, sailing around Cape Horn, and accu
mulated a fortune during the gold-hunting
erase, in later years he traveled a great
deal, finally settling down In the place ot
At Memrhis a penitent thief turned over
to a doctor to be handed to the owners a
stolen package of llO.uuo, the only condition
being that the name or the thief be not
revealed. Because the doctor would not
betray faith he ha been sent to lull for
contempt of court, doubtless deeming this
better than Incurring the contempt of
everybody else. The public will Juln him
In contempt, if this will help him any.
A solemn conclave of professor of music
dancing and etiquette has issued an appeal
in cenair or tne swanowtau coat. They
wish It to be appropriate for everv state
occasion, day and night. They declare that
the spactacl presented by continental
bridegrooms who ar beginning to Imitate
tne latitudlnartanlsm of England and
A merino. In wearing "frock coats" at day
waddlnr In church la simply "heartrend
ing." Th conclave put Itself on record as
reooe-nlslng funeral a th only public
functions at which tho aloomv frock ut
CONDITION OF OMAHA'S TRADE
Crowd Comes to Third Spring Merchants'
LOCAL HOUSES ENJOY LARGE BUSINESS
Price Are Firmly Maintained and the
Proapeet of Some Advancea, Espe
cially In Groceries Changee
In Price Quotation.
The third of the spring merchants' meet
ings bruugnt a larger number of retailers
to the Omaha market thun either oi me
nlhpn Ami thn lohlifrs ure DledNed With
the results. The activity extended to all
lines where roods are shown on the floor,
wi.ile other lines enjoyed a large trade
thrnutrh mail orders and salesmen s orders
PHren have been flrnilv maintained, and
some advances are threatened, especially In
aroceries. Retailers visiting the market a
unanimous in their opinion that the year's
trariA will he a aood one.
The canned goods market shows very few
changes. A price has been named by Maine
corn packers for tall delivery sngnuy
lower than last season. Canned corn in
the west or immediate delivery is still be-
lna- offered at low figures. There Is noth-
Ini offered, however, which could be sold
to the retail trade at a fair prolit under 66c
a dozen, and some heavy lots have changed
hands the past week. A good many can
ners. especially in Iowa, the biggest corn
Droduclng slate of the union, report they
have cut down their acreage 30 to 50 per
cent. If they hold to this determination It
will be but a short time before canned
corn will he dnine considerably better,
In the line of peas for future delivery
muny canners say they have sold prac
tically all they care to sell until the pack
Spot tomatoes show no change. A few
transactions in futures are heard of on
the basis of present prices, but a these
goods will not make 1(jc sellers, the buying
Dried fruits are in a strong position.
Some of the Omaha Jobbers say they aro
selling some fruits at a price less than
ir.ey would have to pay were they buying
now in California. Reaches, apricots an
prunes are very closely cleaned up on thn
coast, and are now held at a Uttle above
the market In Chicago, when the freight
Is considered. The Chicago market, how
ever, is responding gradually, and thera
are numerous inauiries for dried fruit at
that market. Evaporated raspberries are
still higher, and applos Bhow a strong'
Pre-Lenten Fish Trade.
Trade has been heavy in fish, due to the
near approach of the Lenten season. The
market is strong, and the prospects aro
that prices will be higher. Stocks are get
ting rxreedlnsrlv low in some lines.
In flour there were no changes In price
for the week, but Jobbers expect that the
steady decline in wneai win Boon cause
lower market. Rolled oats in bulk are
llrhtlv lower. The demand is fair.
A large amount of poor cheese is being
offered at low prices, but the fancy grades
hold firm. The uemanu remains gooa.
Haw sugars are still weak, as they were
last week. Prices on refined, however,
have not changed. Jobbers say there will
be no great fluctuations until the opening
ef the canning season, with the probabil
ity that prices will be a little lower than
Price are very firm in coffee, but there
have been no changes since last week. Re-
celDts are small and consumption large,
it being ebtimated that there is a shortage
of 3,O0O,0uu bags. Brazilian estimates place
the new crop at lo.oou.Oiw bags, which is
rather ai....U. Uast year the crop wa
10.000.u00 biuis and the year before 10,
400,000 bags, and these crops were not
large. Sevens are quoted to Omaha Job
bers are t'Ao and are considered cheap a
that. Of some grades of coffee there
scarcely a two-months' supply on the mar
With Dry Good Jobber.
Business with dry goods Jobber ha
been very good, both in the house and on
road sales. Trade for both January and
February wa largely in excess of laat
year. Prices on cotton and woolen goods
of all kinds are Arm. There is still some
complaint of bad deliveries by the majiu
facturers. and the commission house re'
port that the mills are sold up. Some good
orders have already been taken here for
fall goods, and the retailers are prepared
to buy Uberaijy a fast aa samples are
shown. The wholesale effect of the excurs
ion rates has been especially noticeable In
tne ary goods trade.
Some changes In drugs have been noted.
Blue vltrol is higher at 6Vi4tc in barrels.
Arsenic Is quoted In kegs at 12c. Ipecac
is a little lower. Small advance have
been made In quinine, camphor, American
saffron, oil peppermint and pink root.
Good Trad In Bhoea.
In casting over their accounts for Feb
ruary, the shoe Jobber were surprised to
nna that tneir trade wa much large
than for the same month last year. The
demand for light goods was large, but on
account of the mild Weuther, that fur
heavy shoes wa small, and the Jobbers
will oe compelled to carry over a heavy
stock of seasonable goods. iRubber sales
for February were much smaller than lust
year, but the Jobbers were helped out by
large sales last weea. wnen trie meltln
snow was responsi Ul lor a good relai
trade. The last number of the Boot and
Shoe Recorder computes the cost of the
3.au shoe to manufacturer in 1906 at 12 17
and the cost of the same shoe this year
at 12 oM. Shoec which formerly sold at
ij.dv at retau are now it snoes.
Turpentine scored another advance
l4c the last week, now being quoted
77c. The market remains very firm at tha
figure. Lad is unchanged, southern sell
ing lor To and carter Ho lower. Oils are
unchanged, ihe window glass market
very firm, with an excellent demand. N
change In prices la noted. The plate glass
umijLci eiiituiia iiiv atuue aa laai wee,
with the demand continuing good. Fac
tories making both window and plate glass
report mat iney are aepi ou-iy, naving all
the business they ran care for, which In
dlcates that price will not go lower for
the ajine, at least. Local Jobbers in a
these line report a good business for the
Kew York Uti Stock Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 24.-BEEVES-Re-celpts
34S. No trading, feeling steady.
Dressed beef dull and unchanged at tMta
per lb., native sides. Today's cables quoted
live cattle steady; refrigerator beef slow at
T3V per lb. Exports today, 7.770 beeves,
110 sheep and 6,361 quarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts. 13 head. Market was
feeling steady; ordinary to good veals sold
at 6. SixuS. 5o, city dressed, steady at baUc;
country dressed, Tllc.
HOGS Receipts, 1.331 head. Market was
nominally firm; no aalea.
BHtKP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1,341
head. Demand slack and prices weak to
loo lower. A few western wethers sold at
36.00 per 100 lbs; good Indiana lambs, 33 76;
dressed muttons slow at fc'p'loc per lb. J
dressed lambs alow at iky '12c; country
dressed spring Iambs steady at M-Owulu.00 a
Evaporate Apples Dried Fratts,
NEW YORK, Feb. 14. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market unchanged; common to
prime, 14c; fair to good. 1J6 crop, 6'm
Kc; prime, HWSsc; choice, Uc: fancy.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRITITB Prunes
In fair jobbing demand at 47ue, according
to grade. Apricots, scarce In all positions:
choice, lOflloftc- extra choice, lOVialOc;
fancy, llfiiac. Peaches, supply moderate:
choice, 10c; fancy, lUMnie; extra fancy,
UVal3c. Ralslna. unchanged; looae Mus
catel. 65c; seeded raisins, 6V&6Sc: Lon
don layers. n.KitiLIO.
When you have anything to trade, adver
tise It In the For Exchange Column of Ths
Be Want Ad P
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TO 2k, 35c, 50c AND 60c
The Columbia Phonograph Co.
1631 l'ainam 6u, Omaha.
210 S. Uth Street.
The dental worn Is uone by the students
of this college w hile uuuer llie personal in
struction ot cmnpeit'iit oenuiiisiraioi s. All
who cannot anoid tne services ot a prac
ticing uentml are welcome Here, innrmaiy
hours l p. ru. until & p. in. every day ex
cepting ounuays and legal honoays.
MONHEIT'S HAIR STORE, 1411 Farnam.
Electrical, fccaip, laciai anu chiropody
treatment. Wins, switches. Write for cat
alogue. Tel. Douglas H-stuO
CITY SAVINGS BANK pays 4 per cent.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty ot lire cscupeN. shuturs, uoors and
sales, li. Andreen, Prop., IV- S. iotli bi.
WE PKESS 'EM
Your bosoui nienub aie bale v. nil us. No
danger to your iiueu wiui oar up-to-date
6i-AAl I'hMSLKL .MAClliAi..
Cl'lt Blt-AM LAL.MJtll,
209 and ill a. Uui St. lei. i-uug. 254.
K Allot M
RaU TieC K- KUMBlil, & s
UaiC 1 ICS i(. mil ot., Omaha.
SIGN PAINTING, S.
11. Cole, IMi Douglas.
WE BUY and sell typewriters. We will
sell your machine on a suuu, commission.
Oinaiia Type wi iter cxcnuiiKe, Ncviue
Blk. Tel. Doug. 4WM. it Alu.i
STEIN WAY piano, upright, big bargain.
ferneia piano Co., loll iainaui bl.
PFPkMNQ American herbs. 1G24 N. 21st
I t-rvrvmo m., omulia. Neb. Tel. lied iM
H M4uK JU-
OUNSMITH, keys, trunk locks, repairing.
tiemn, iii b. uu, iel. Douglas J4.
Omaha Electric Works. Electrical repair
ing, trices right. 1U8-12 N. 11th bt. Tel.
Douglas 1181. H Mlfti F4
KNIVES AND FOIIKS sliver plated, $2,25
per doz. omatia fluting Co., luus nainey
bU U il,u4 Alcli.l
Chicken wheat cwt Wagner, 801 N. 13.
It-il., 1 31U
ELSASSEK' & BRICK.
Machinists. S17 b. Lllh St. Tel. Doug. 5837,
R 176 r ebSl
WALL. PAPER cleaner. Tel.
HAVE Wilson hang paper, quick, clean. Pa
per Hanging a specialty. Tel. Loug. 6uu,
R uw Mia
J. H. STANWOOD, ARCHITECT and
Builder. Res. Z4.'i Lake. Tel. Doug. 4727.
Furniture rep'd & upholstered. Tel Doug.329ti
FOR SALE 6 rooms, nicely furnished; will
sell cheap on account of poor health. 1517
Capitol Ave. R 746 26x
INCUBATORS, brooders and chick food.
Burr Incubator Co., 2Hlh and Davenport.
Cleaning Co. 191 Farnam.
SURVEYING, Bllckensderfer, 312 Bee Bldg.
SAD IRONS replated, 1&08 Harney St.
MARTIN MEYER, shirts, underwear to or
der. R-M706 Mch21
OMAHA Electric Works, electrical repair
ing. Prices right, 108-12 N. 11th St. TeL
Doug. 11M. K MLS &I24
LADIES' TAILOR Riding habits and even
ing coats. 2129ft Farnam St. TeL Douglas
Soli. ' -2a M14
DRESSMAKING by day In families; ex-
erlmced in cutting and designing. 1S'6
lth. !)1 Mchlx
MRS. ROYS, cloaks, ladles' tailoring and
evening gowns. 'Phone 2476. 2504 Dav'ot.
FOR expert dressmaking assistance, 'phone
Douglas 371& . 3as 25
M'DOWELL'S school, 1623 Far., room 24.
LADIES' shirt waist suits our specialty
Burgess, 20;4 Farnam St. Tel. Doug. 4113.
THINK IT OVER
IF IT ISN'T WORTH CONSIDERING
when you can buy a ticket good for 12
lesBons at fi less than regular price, if
you Join on the opening of the spring
term, Friday, March 2. at 8 p. m. Suc
cess guaranteed. Call or Tel. Douglas
1ML Assemblies every Wednesday.
MORAND'8 private or class lessons; adults.
Tues. and FYL, 3 p. ra. TeL Douglaa li4L
DO YOU want an automobile at one-third
of the original cost? Tell me what you
are willing to pay and I will send a
photograph from my list of slightly used
machines. You will be surprised. C. O
Andrews, 324-U4 LaSalle bt., Chicago.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Bnow
Church Co., main door, N. Y. L. TeL
Doug. 123. ,M7
J. M. Marfarland, tU N.
JOHNSON Institute. 411 N. T. L. TeL Doug.
DR. WELLS, D.
O. and M.
CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere.
t n. fiiuuui, iouo rarnam. rnone Doug,
LAR40X JOHNBON, 1403 Faxnajn. Doug.
Is for Flancs, Grand,
prlght and Square.
Els for Easy Payments,
Our system Is fair.
Is for UIQIIT (our
prices, you know
Is for Five D o 1 1 a r s
monthly, we sell them
11s for IN
Is for 1NDURAXCE, as
Is for ECSTACY, when
our cases you see.
Is for LESSONS, we give
Is for DOLLARS (the
money you save
Is for the Satisfaction
always give. O
THE SONGS OF LONG
The sweet old tunes our mother knew,
And sang when father came to woo,
Echo still down the old time shady
With the sweet remembered niu.lo of
HAINES BROS.' PIANOS
(They are as good as ever.)
1611 Farnam St.
This week we orTer a large variety of BIO
baragains In used organs. We have tried
to describe them fairly, and will guar
antee each and every one as represented
or refund your money.
If you live here in town call at once and
make your selection; if out in the state,
write immediately, making Urst, second
and third choice.
Where necessary to box and deliver to de
pots an extra charge of W win be made.
Basy terms of 33 cash and 33 per month
will secure any of these bargains. Call,
KIMBALL 8 stops, medium high top, wal
nut case. In fairly good condition.... S.OO
KIMBALL 10 stops, good condition.
nign top. walnut case, no mirrors.. 12. uu
KIMBALL 10 stops, 2 knee swells, 4
sets of reeds, high top, in Al shape.. 17.00
MASON & HAMLIN Low top, suit
able for church, lodge or home 13.00
FARRAN & VOTEY-10 stops, good,
serviceable organ for children to be
gin on , 1,00
WHITNEY A HOLMES-U stops, nice
walnut case, good tone 20.00
6HONINGER Heavy, massive case,
good repair, has chimes.... 22.00
CHICAGO COTTAGE 17 stops, low
top, excellent oiran for church or
BRIDGEPORT 11 stops, high top, has
been thoroughly overhauled 26.00
STERLING A thoroughly reliable or
gan, attractive case good lone 28.00
1513-15 HARNEY ST.
WANTED TO BUY
H WANT TO SELL YOUR H
HOUSE OK LOT?
We want you to list your house with us
for sale. We have the buyers. Try us
for a short time and see. Your pries
HASTINGS 6l HEYDEN, MOS Furnam St,
N tai 26
HOUSE and lot In good location; must be
ciieup iur ca.au aiiu nul over u.uou. Ad
dress S 66, care Bee.
WANT TO BUY FROM OWNER, a mod
era or nearly modern cottage of Uvu to
seven rooms, new or in perfect condi
tion, en full, well located lot, in west,
southwest or north part of city. Will pay
cash, but must have a bargain. Address
l li, care omana Bee. N 111 26x
GOOD t or t-roora house or cottage; state
price ana location. Aauress i 7, care Bee.
N 110 2ux
BANKER wants to buy country bank;
letters conQdenliaL Address T 1. care
ee. N MM1 26x
ONE or two diamonds, 1 to 2-karat; must
be white, well cut, free from flaws and a
uargaia. jtauress 1 u, riee. N M122 bx
WANTED Shetland pony surrey. Stats
price, condition and manufacture. Ad
areas A. H. C. York. Neb. N 13 26
WANTED To buy, good second hand opera
..,-. i , i , i , ..... .
cut uuua. 0. o. nuuyer, v aierioo. Is e u.
jm uaol X,x
BOOKS. In sets. Buy. sell, exchanaa. AA
dress A. C. Baker, 2311 E. Walnut St., Dei
aioiiiea, a. JM M71f JuZr
WA NTKh TNT) RTT"V Rtvllah f.rr.11. k
also buggy and harneaa. L Zitglar. 4oi
ware biocx. tiilt 26
L, HENDERSON. lil Farnam, Tel. Doug.
WANTED MALE HELP
The doctor rives one kind of treatment
He gives an entirely different treatment
for scarlet fever.
One kind of pnpll will gain more knowl
edge If allowed to proceed at a rapid rate.
Another pupil will ie. perhaps, just s
thorough, but won't rpp the true Idea of
a lesson If hurried tliri'UKh It.
That iKci'ssltiiles imtKuiiHl attention.
That business eoliiie I hat tenches In
large classes, with u 1 1 kinds of pupils with
all grudes of learning ability grouped to
gether. Is bound to either retard the might
pnpll. and thus take his interest off his
studies, or It is Innind to ruch the slow
pupil along at a rate that will make It Im
possible for him to iiecome inorougn.
successful bookkeeper, stenographer or
prides Itself upon the uniform success of
Its graduates, and luilnls to Its system ft
liistruc.on as the reason for llirir success.
The lioyles staff of Instructors Is nind"
up of successful iHXikkeepers. stenographers
and telegrspuers. There ore no theorists
among tnini. iney in! use into tne pupus
that practical u bill i y that earns good sala
ries and frequent promotion out In the
business world. The staff is large enougn
to give each and every one of our pupils
Individual, personal attention; to push htm
or her nlnug toward graduation time Just
as quickly us his or her devotion to studies
and success in exuinlmttlon warrant.
We know that It you will investigate tho
matter you'll know that the best business
college Is our college. Ask fur the cata
logue. BOYLES COLLEGE
H. P. BOYLES, PRESIDENT.
Boyles Building, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; our
c,u,k ctiiilol be equaleu; steady prac
tice, ciciui intUruclioiK, louis, uiplomas
auu ,vu, waiting; tew weens coui-
p.cie ..it; eaincu iroin start; big
.a. iu .juunies; Just the season to
beam, ...... v. riio. Muler Barber Col
lege, il.o i a.iiain tel. B Mllii Mchlx
DKt.U stores bought and auid. Drug clems
wauleu. K. V. anient, t4 N. . L..
WANTED For U. b. army, able-bodied
men between at.es ol 21 anu oo, citizens of
(.tilled blait, ol go..u ciaiacUT and tem
pera it liaoits, who can fcH'UK, read and
m ile ii. 4m.11. For lnioi .u-.n:i apply to
liec, ulliiia Ollice, lotu ua ,o-iua dts.,
Oiiimiu; .u. com una Oiu..u i.uiu, .Nu.,
or b.oux v.ny, ia. lilii
tio i-iiuigess Shirt Co., UlJt and Kurnum.
WAN i'ED A good, live man who has had
expel lenie 111 moving buildings; will pay
good wujies ani mv sieauy voik by liny
or iiionui oi year. 1. A. Murpny, bioux
Kalia, b. D. B . lcU4X
kUL'iNG MKN for Ry. braking and hrlng.
Aduiess tiy. Dept., it d. lit". Omana.
B AlMtl Aii
WANTED Men to accept bargains In land,
hotel and gallery. It. S. Konratn, l.itcti
tleld. Neb. B MsuJ AloX
MKS and boys wanted to learn plumbing.
bricklaying, plastering truues; pays o
a day. coyne Bros. Co., New xora,
Chicago, Citicinnuti, bL Louis. Free cat'
WANTED Experienced cutter and designer
on overalls, punts, duck coals and shirts.
Steady man. Address stating where last
employed. Broay aug. lo., J-e amm,
la. B Mion 24
U'lVTPIl U'n.lf nn rallfraill hv hH Greek
ih oorers, witn inierLiivici .
Tarsikes, 3017 Vi St., South Omaha, lei
4303. B 344 MchiX
AMERICAN Barber College, 12th & Doug.
tJ AliO'K aw
COMPETENT harnessmakers wanted by
Bchuixe Brotners to., uuiutn, jniun.
B M037 16
CIVIL SERVICE work. Bee Underhlll. 8320
N. 24th. r oJ menu
WANTED At once. 20 men to give dla
mond rings for presents to their moth
ers alntm or sweethearts. ADPly A.
Mandelberg, la22 Farnam St. Your credit
IS good. a mni
WANTED A first class bookkeeper and
general business man not over M years
old. Ulve age, experience reference and
wages required, or don't answer. Address
o bo, care uee.
WANTED Intelligent man, aged 26 to 35
years, to make collections out or city
RpdIv in own hand writing, stating age,
experience and salary expected. Address
S b, care Bee. uut x
WANTED At once, man to do porter work.
Must furnish references. Appiy w. man
delberg. Peoples Store. B uiu, x
WANTED A solicitor to sell watches, dia
monds and Jewelry on credit; salary guar
anteed and commission. Address S X,
care Bee office. B M717 26
WANTED Capable, energetic young man,
ambitious to earn $luu to 3300 per month,
Call at Room &11 Paxton Blk.
B M727 26x
WANTED Men everywhere, good pay, to
distribute circulars, aav. matter, lac
, . nunuau.lnff l,lr,Bi Mu.
tionai Distributing Bureau, loo Oakland
Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111. B M,w 2tx
WANTED A man of experience In life
Insurance work for a general agency
contract will be offered that- Is a money
maker. Address Bankers Life Insurance
Co., Lincoln. Neb. B M757 24
WANTED An exrierlenced paper cutter
also proofreader; good wages. Tbe Thus
D. Murphy Co., Red Oak, la.
B M7i8 Mchl
WANTED 60 bricklayers, at once. F. B,
Oilbreth, Sioux City. Ia. B-M756 27
OUR representatives circle the globe
greatest selling dnvloe of modern times
a necessity In every home, office and fac
tory; no competition; big money. Colonial
Co., 20 Wilson Ave., weiisviiie, is. x.
GOVKHNMENT CIVIL SERVICE exam
lnatlons will be held in this state durlm
March and April; full information and
Questions recently used by the Civil Serv
Ice commission, free. Columbian Corre
epomlence College. Vt asliington, D. C
WANTED Experienced salesman for ev
tensive fine line of advertising calendars,
leather goods, etc.; largest and best as
sortment. Address, with references, Stat
lng experience, Aug. Oast Bunk Note it
Utho. Co., St. Louis, Mo. U
SOLICITORS Large and small cities, to
sell nrst mortgage bonds, manufacture
plant, successful operation, earning goo
Interest; good pay. C. Fletcher, LS7
Wells Bldg., Milwaukee, wis.
In BIX WEEKS we educate you in sales
manship, secure a position as traveling
salesman with responsible firm. Address
Tbe Bradstreet System, Rochester, N. Y
B eat i6x
WANTED Trustworthy man to represent
large real estate corporation. 3-Xi per
montn ana expenses; experience unnec
esuiry. if wllllim to learn the real estati
business thoroughly by mall; no capital
required. Apply North American Realty
o., jjes aaoines, ia. u 3s iOX
WANTED Four men to travel In each
tate, distribute samples and advertise
our goods; salary 321 per week and ex
penaes. guaranteed; expenses advanced
experience unnecessary. Address, wltl
stamp, stating age and occupation, Reev
CO., u Dearborn St., Chicago.
B 847 JPx
WANTED By Chicago mall ordr house,
assistant manager, each county, 20 weekl
and expenses; expense money ad
vanred: position permanent: exnerlenea
unnecessary. Address Manager, 133 Iake
si., cnicago. l s54 Sbx
W ANTRIM Thoroughly experienced cloth
tng man for western Nebraska: good sal
ary to right man. Address T 16. rare
Omaha, Bee. u lit aVx
WANTED Thoroughly experienced dry
goods man for Wftern Nebraska; must
be good window trimmer. Address T 14,
oars Omaha Bee. stating age, experience
ana asiwry wauiea. li its) sbx
STEADY noaltlon vau miinit bnlttir,
hosiery for us at your horns; 310 a week
macrunes furnished on easy payments
write iorparuUSJa Li, tk Woolen Co
WANTED MALE HELP
nil.MNO CI.FRK. mercantile, railroad ex
perienced. Office clerk, mercantile,
liookkPcprr and credit man, 175.
Rulesman. groceries, rood salary.
Stenographer, tw. out of town.
We have a long list of vacancies and can
always plnce competent people In posi
tions of trust and responsibility. Call or
write for particulars.
WESTERN HKf. BOND APS N (Inc.)
LX-pt. B. MtMl-fc! N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED-Man to sell life Insurance hi
even' county in Nebraska. W rite for par
ticulars. No grafters wanted. Address
T 10, care Bee. R 116 2S
WANTED Bright young man of rood ad
dress. Tlione Douglas 2SC3. Address T N
caie Bee. B 114 25
WANTF.lv-Man to sell old line life Insure
ance. Address T 8, care L'ee.
MANAGER wanted, every section, to se
lect agents for t.anieosclence, worm a
greatest new lawful game for drinks or
cltnvis; takes place forbidden slot ma
chines; played with nickels or quarters;
one to M'ven persoua can play at i.Tlce;
finish beautiful, like cash register; rented
or sold on easy payments; sample sent
free. Proposition wll please you If we
still have opening In your section. United
Sportlnrr Goods Mfg. Co., Dept. 6. Chi
cago, III. B 128 X
MEN to distribute circulars at $13 per 1.00tj
cash In advance; steady work; nyi can
vassing, no dollars required; enclose
stamp. C. II. Bowen, Toronto, Canada.
. B-132 Eur?
HONEST young mnn to travel, adyfrtlslrtr
and collecting; staple line; SIS weekly
and expenses. Kel-Bro., Manhattan
Bldg., Chicago. B WS Xx
13 TO 13 thousand paid for distributing!
circulars, samples etc. American en ton
I'ontlac Bldg., Chicago. B-101 HX
WANTED A traveling manager to work
the news and book trade throughout uie
Ftate. Good salary to the man who cart
till the position. We are willing to pay
liberal wages, commission and traveling
expenses. iKi not reply to this adver
tisement unless you can furnish good
references and bonds. The Orumiaux
News and Subscription Co., LRoy, N. V.
SALESMAN WANTED WELL
EyrU'PED TO CALL ON i'HYBK'IANK.
A VERY EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUN
ITY IS OFFERED FOR IMMEDIATE
WORK. STATE AGE AND EXPERI
ENCE. LOCK BOX SM. PHILA
DELPHIA. B-&.1 26
DETECTIVES wanted by railroads and
corporations. Demand greatly exceeds
trained supply. Instructions given at
home. Enclose stamp for particulars.
New York letectlve School, 44 Union
square. New York. B 8J8 26x
WANTED One brlitht man In each good
sired plant; opportunity to make fa to .o
a week; does not interfere with regular
work. Popular Mechanics, Dept. 16, Chi
cago, 111. B-aS 26x
GOVERNMENT PO8ITIONS-,000 ap
pointments lust year; chances better now;
thousands we have prepared have been
appointed ; examinations soon in every
state. Write for free booklet, 231, giving
list of positions, sample questions, etc.,
to National Correspondence Instlttue,
Washington. D. C. B 813 26x
RAILWAY mail clerks; salary $S00; March
examinations; preparation free. iTankiin
Institute, Rochester, N. Y. B 12 2&x
MEN everywhere, 34.00 dally, pass circulars.
lack signs; no canvassing, steady, con
tinental Distributing Co., Chicago.
U 3S 26a
REPRESENTATIVES to sell shoes for flat-
irons; fast sellers, used in every Home.
335.00 easily made weekly; no experience
or capital required. Dexter Supply -Co.,
334 Dearborn, Chicago. B o 20s
WE will make you a present of 3100. give
you a splenmd suit ot domes every ninety
days, enlarge your picture free and pay
?ou a salary of 3M&.00 per month and all
raveling expenses to take orders for the
greatest and most reliable portrait house
In the world. All this will be guaranteed.
Address K. V. Martell, Dept. 661, Chi
cago, 111. B m 26
WANTED Reliable person to represent as,
advertise and distribute samples oi gooos.
Salary 300 to 316 per month and expenses,
control of territory and interest in busi
ness; will nut 3-.oft a year. Ulve age and
ocupation. Address Dept. 62. Sllverton
Company, Manufacturers, Chicago.
B m 26x
WANTED Young man, 20 to 26 years old.
to sell building material; one witn some
experience In both ollice and selling ie
ferred. Address T 17, care Bee.
. B M168 27x
WANTED Competent, experienced en
gineer for lBsoluted 2"0 rl. if. plant; wages,
;0; give full particulars and references.
Address T 24, care Bee. B M1S7 27
OFFICE boy; must be good penman and
quick at tigures. Auuress x a, care uee.
li M1&3 2tix
WANTED First class salesman. Hicks
Real Estate Co., 4X1 Board of Trade Bio.
B C24 25
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Experienced lady asaorter.
Bluff City laundry. Council Bluffs.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Apply Mrs. Frederick Ruatin, S6U Harney '
WANTED Competent nurse girl for only
child, also to do upstairs work: good sal
ary; references, required. 111? So. )th
Ave. C WV
WANTED Experienced cloak and salt
Salesladies; good salary to right parties.
Address S 60, care Bee. C W7
WANTED First class stenographer and
typewriter. None other need apply. State
experience and references. K. Engleeon,
abstracter, Sioux City, la. C Mwie 2t
WANTED Sewing girl. Address S 68, cars
Bee. C 710 24x
WANTED Good cook; no washing; good
wages. 3023 Cass St. C 743 2sx
WANTED A girl for housework. 1329 S,
31st St., Omaha, Neb. O 741 Sx
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework In a family of two; wages,
36.00. 322 N. 22d St Mrs. Truman Buck,
C 773 ttx
LADY TO TRAVEL Reference required!
salary J.l per week; expenses advanced.
J. B. Zlegler A Co, S3 Dearborn. Uu,
LA DIBS To do piecework at home; we
furnish all materials and pay from 37
to 312 Weekly. Send stamped envelop
to Royal Co., 34 E. Monroe, Chicago. '
C 36 26x
WANTED At once, experienced waist fln
lHhers. Seebrlck's Dress Making Dept..
Dead wood, B. D. C M-348 Mch 4
SOMETHING for baby. Just patented.
Ladies sell It on sight. L.rge profits.
Address for particulars Tall man Radia
tor Co., Incorporated, 107 West Broadway.
New York City. C 1 25x
WANTED Maid for general housework.
2Ct6 Poppleton Ave. C US) 26
LADIES Learn showcard writing. Good
pay while learning. (Union wages, 318.)
Address Globe Institute, Dept. f, Minne
apolis, Minn. C &2 26x
LADIES wanted, do sewing at home, mak
ing sanitary belts; good wages, steady
work. Particulars stamped envelope.
Lenox Co., Dept, 233, Chicago.
WANTED I-ady of fair education to repre
sent manfgr. as district manager, eeiab
Ushed business. Salary and expenses
weekly; position permanent. Experience
unnecessary. Address J. E. Mc Brady M
TWO HOUBEMAIDS. 16 a week.
GOOD COOK. 38 a week.
COOK. 35; no washing.
GIRL for general housework, IS a week
PARLOR MAID, 318 per month.
WOMAN'S DOMESTIC GUILD. . '
tit New York Life Bldg.
WANTED Olrl for dining room and one
for second cooking: good character posi
tively reu. il red, will teach bright women;
wages, 1.0; transportation furnished.
Perkins HoteL David City, Neb. '
CHAPMAN MA HAN. Repairs
suns, rntti iasnlikaauaV
HEB8 SWOBODA, 1UJ FwftWiJ, ,-.
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