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THE OMAHA DA IT A BEE: MONDAY, MARCTI 26. 190(5.
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MONDAY, APRIL 2,
Day and night. Mow classes In bookkeep
ing, telegi aphy, shorthand, typewriting
and English. Get a catalogue. AUdreaa
H. 13. BOk'LES, president, Boyles Bidg.,
Omaha. R M16
OMAHA Safe and Iron Worka make a ape.
cla.lt' of Ore eacapes, aliutterB, doors and
safes. U. Andreen. Prop., 102 8. 10th Bt.
nU rriaa R RUM BEL a SON, V U2
SIGN PAINTING. B. 11 Cqle, 1J02 Douglas.
WE BUT and sell typewrite. We will
ell your tnachine on a small commission.
Omaha Typewriter Exchange, J2X Neville
Blk. Tel. Doug. 4608. R M672
rtktnwaT clano. UDriarht. big
Perfleld l lano Co., 1611 Farnam St
G17NPMITH, keys, trunk locks, repairing.
Heflln. 217 8. 14th. Tel. Douglas 2974.
TRT KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. TeL
Doug. 8530. P.-904
SECOND-HAND Typewriters sold, rented
and repaired. Ferer's Typewriter & Sup
ply Co., 607 Be Bldg. 'Phone Doug. 72oi
R 357 Apr 1
Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co.,
R M598 A21
SECOND-HAND Typewriters sold, rented
and repaired. Ferer's Typewriter and
8upply Co., ISC Farnam. 1 Phone Doug
las 7266. R-357 Apr. 1
J H. STAN WOOD. ARCHITECT and
Builder. Res. 2427 Lake. Tel. Doug. 4727.
R M529 A19
SURVEYING, Bllckeosderfer. 112 Bee BWg.
iiavf. Wilson hang paper; quick, clean
paper cleaning a specialty. Tel. Douglas
fm5. R-644 All
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TllAT HAS THE BEST RATES AND
THE EASIEST TERMS.
If 'you need ready cash for moving, or
spring purposes you can get It here on short
Don t let a desirable residence slip your
grasp on account of ready money.
WE ARE PREPARED TO MAN
FROM - til) TO tfiOO ON SECURITY
SUCH AS PIANOS. HORSES, WAG
ONS. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. SAL
ARIES. ETC., LEA VINO SAME UN
DISTURBED IN YOUR POSSES
PRIVATE RECEPTION ROOMS.
Jf you cannot call, write or 'phono.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO..
' Rooms 307-30S Paxton Block,
Corner Farnam and Sixteenth Streets.
Our employes are well Informed and
courteous and we are always pleased to
explain our manner of loans. e tell you
to the cent what the cost will be, and If
you conclude tbat It will not pay you to
borrow there la no harm done.
We loan on furniture, pianos, live stock
and other chattu'f, and to salaried people
upon their own sgreement to pay.
We offer you rates as low as you will
find and our facilities for quick and con
fidential service ure unsurpassed.
We are the oldest concern In our line
In the city and we always try to please
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN
lit Board of Trade Bldg.
'Phone Doug. 229
J06 8. 16th tit'.
DR. PRIBENOW'8 PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, planus, salary,
'horses, eto., lu any amount, at less man
half the rate; no red tape; perfect pri
vacy; Immediate atwntto:.; 011 any lei mi
wanted; payments suspended. In case of
atcanesa or out of employment. Room
214. Karbach but., 209 8. lath 81 X-;o
When In need of
Call on us.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.
632-3 Paxton BIk.
1 . X-971
$ $ INDEPENDENCE $ $
Why be obliged to others? It's easy to
get money of me. No red wpe. . Pay
when you can. BOW EN, 3 N. Y. Life.
Open evenings until 7. X 972
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLU
aud others without aacurlty; easy pay
Dieata. Offices lu U principal ciliua. 1 ul
tima, room 714, New York Life Bldg.
CEE the Western Loan company for furni
ture, diamond and salary loans, 331 Ne
ville blk., 16th and Harney. Ttl. Douglas
FURNITURE, Live Stock
i Loan a.
Dun" ureeu Loan Co.,
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co.. 16v4 Farnam 81 X ;
IONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elrv. horaea. cows, etc. C. F. Reed, tit
8. . 13tn. X-CT
EAGLE I-oan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1 Douglas.
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES
WHY pa trust prices? Solid oak billiard
and poui tables thu. Also bar fixtures.
No agency expenses. Catalogue mulled
free. Chaa. Passow ft buns, Chicago.
WE TRUST EVERYBODY, eaa- cayments.
and lead the world In cheap urlces 041
billiard and pool tables and bar fixtures;
catalogue free. 1 he Brunswicice-uaike-Colleudtr
Co., 407 8. 10 tb St.. Omaha, Neb.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED House, about 7 rooms, ex
change for Chicago residence. Address
W V. care Bee. N Mb.6 27x
WANTED Dirt at corner Dewey Ave. and
36th Ave.. A. 8. Billings. N-475 36
WANTED 101) sharea of American De
Koresl Wireless Telegraph stock. Quote
prlce Address A 8. Bee. N M9'JQ Al
TREES AND SHRUBS
A. COMPLETE l!n of fruit, shade and
ornamental trees, vine, shrubs, roses, etc.
Address Omaha Nursery, paplllion. Neb.
WANTED MALE HELP
Omaha Commercial College
19th and Furnam.
BEGINS MONDAY MORNING, AFR1L 2.
Catalogue t ree.
ROHRBoUGll BROS., Omaha.
B Mill 31
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; 12
great schools under one management ,
founded 1'3; few weeks completes; little
expense; our diplomas a.ure employment
st top wages; call or write. Moler
Barber College, 1116 Farnam St., Omnha,
Neb. B-MR54 2!x
TWO non-union lob compositors; first-class
wages to nrst-class men; rsnrona tare
refunded to men who will stay one year.
Apply, stating references, to Walker
Bros. & Hardy, Fargo, N. D.
BOOKBINDERS WANTED Non-union
rulers and forwarders; good wages; per
manent situations. Iowa Printing Co.,
Des Moines. B-M.'i65 26
WANTED Two coat, one vest and pants'
maker; steady work. l.ad the lanor,
Siuux Falls, S. D. B-M583 27x
WANTED Four trustworthy boys, wlth
bicycles; permanent positions. A. D. T.
Co., 212 B. 13th 8t. B-M670 At
WANTED Good solicitor for stock In first-
class Industrial corporation; one ac
quainted with railroad men preferred.
Address with references, f17 Temple
Block, Kansas City, Mo. B MS96 27x
DRUG stores bought and sold. Drug clerks
wanted. t v. Knlest, is. I, u
WANTED For U. 8. army, able-bodied
men between ages of 21 and 86; citisens of
United States, of good character and tern
perate habita, who can speak, read and
write English. For information apply to
Recruiting Office, 13th and Douglas Sts.,
Omaha; Lincoln and Grand Island. Neb.,
or Sioux City, la. B 171
MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing.
Drlcaiaying, plastering traces; pays to a
day. Coyne Bros. Co., New 'iork, Chi
cago. Cincinnati, St. Louis. Free cata
STOPat th8 NeD- House, 1307 Douglas;
kJ-1'v'L rooms 26c and up; beds (Iron) 15c;
Just opened; everything new and clean.
a QlaLo si
WANTED An experienced dress goods
salesman. Apply to A. D. Brandels In
the morning before l'l o'clock. J. I..
Brandela & Sons. U-M853 27
611 S. 16th.
to learn trade.
B M 909 31
WANTED Specialty grocery salesman
well acquainted with Jobbing and retail
trade, with reference; state salary ex
pected. A 27, Bee. B-M919 27
WANTED FEMALE HELP
APPRENTICE girls, Burgess
WANTED Experienced shirt hands, on
power machine; good wages; steady em
ployment. Albert Calm, 1322 Farnam St.
WANTED Experienced coat and skirt
hands for ladies' alteration department;
good salaries. S. Fredrick Berger & Co.,
1517 Farnam St. C 210
WANTED Couple reliable, experienced
American plan waitresses; also couple
chambermaids. Kenyon Hotel, Salt Lake
City, Utah. C MW0 26
WANTED-An experienced girl for general
housework; good wages; two in family;
references required. Mrs. Charles Mont
gomery, 3707 Leavenworth. Phone Harney
WANTED experienced bindery
WANTED Girl or woman, to 000k. wash
and Iron; family of three; must be cap
able and furnish references; wages 16 per
week; also second girl for same family,
13 per week; permanent places. Address
P. O. Box No. 66S, Kearney, Neb.
C M628 29x
GOOD girl for general housework. 125 N.
38th Ave. C MStiO 27
WANTED A young married lady to earn
money at home In spare time. Liberal pay.
For particulars call on Mrs. I.ee, 17iil
'a pitol Ave. C MS02J11 x
GOOD agents can secure liberal contracts
for territory in Nebraska and western
Iowa to sell an Investment proposition
that cannot fall to bring very large re
turns to both agent and Investor. A
great opportunity for successful life In
surance ngents. t nil or address Walnis
ley, & W emott. 614 Bee Bldg.
. MARRIED lady with large circle of ac
quaintances can mskn money without
canvassing. Call on Mrs. Lee, 1701 Capi
tol Ave. J M851 Six
AN OLD western old-line life insurance
company wants a man of experience lu
field work; this la an opportunity for any
agent wanting to make a change of com
panies. Address A 2, care Bee.
WANTED 3 or 4 men to canvass; will pay
lis a week and expenses. T. Z,. Davis,
Oakwood, 111. J MG50 Alx
AGENTS make 86 dally selling the cheap.
est aim most perrei t water inter ever 111
venttd. Retails at t2. Big profit. Ex
clusive territory. Seneca Filter Co.,
Seneca, Mo. J M 7S6 A3x
MEAT market and nlco home for sale or
trade; will trade for good eartern Ne
braska land. Address W 64, Bee.
Y M48G 27X
CAPITAL Furnished you quickly to pro
mote inventions or manufacturing propo
sitions of merit; partner with capital
furnished; send tl with description, I will
help you. D. Gregory, financial agent,
Gibraltar lUdg.. Kansas City, Mo.
OLD established well pump and windmill
business for sale. J. E. Hoover, Lock
Box 45. Benedict. Neb. Y M161 A14x
FOR SALE Mlnden hotel restaurant and
confectionery, located at Mlnden, Neb.
For Information write or see J. A. Me
Cormlck. Y Mil 28x
BEST proposition In state fur live hotel
man with capital. Adlress Secretary
Commercial Club, Callaway, Neb.
FOR SALE My business, consisting of
confectionery, ice cream, clgnrs and lunch
counter; only one In town of l.Sm popula
tion. Address A 7, Bee. . Y-.MWfi 87
FOR SALE On easy terms, or will lease to
right party, new hotel; only one in town;
not furnished. Address C. L. Rnthell,
Crab Orchard. Neb. Y M639 ;9
DO you want to sell your property?
Do you want to buy a home?
Do you want to rent a house?
Do you want to get in or out of business?
Do you want to liorrow money?
If so, list I'nur wants with us; we get results.
TEMPLETON & M ANKER,
51 Bee Bldg. Tel. Douglas-29C4.
WANTED Party Jn position to finance
mining company of exceptional merit;
not much capital required: liberal offer
to right party; no advance fees. Address
A 10. care Bee. Y M799 26x
DO YOU want to buy or lease an up-to-date
brick yard In an enterprising town?
Snap if taken soon. Good demand for
brick. Box 196. Prescott, la.
MME. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Cell at No. 113 South 16th St., upstairs.
Resuitful prediction absolutely given.
REV. EDWARDS, wonderful life reader,
also reading by mail. Room 1, Patterson
lilk.. 17th and Farnam. 8 M926 31
Oi JCJKVL Capitol Ave.
EN ELL l'l lining Co., HQ 8. 12th St
Whether Buying or Selling
BEE WANT ADS
Hit the Mark
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Doug. Gil O.M.E. Haul Trunks
NICELY furnished south front parlor, suit
able for man and wife; home cooking;
team heat; modern. The Cupitol, lsth
and Capitol Ave. E MiiS Alit
WELL furnished, modern,
rooms. 2234 Farnam, Fiat
. Tel. Doug.
NEWLY furnished rooms,
FURNISHED rooms for rent
enport . St.
it 2534 Dav-K-753
MCELY furnished large southeast room;
modern, suitable for ono or two gentle
men. 217 South 25th St. E 179
EXCELLENT small modern furnished
room; 'phone In house. Dr. Pribhenow,
Ii74 Harney gt. E 670
ROOM. with modern conveniences, private
family. 12S 8. 25th St. E M8o4 27x
TWO new front roons. all modern con
veniences; housekeeping allowed. 'Phone
Douglas-5t!3. E M832 2flx
NICELY furnished large south front room,
suitable for two gentlemen. 27'-' Fnrnam
St. E MR'.'B 31 x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
Doug. 611 O.M.E. Haul Trunks
ROOMS and good board, to per week nnd
up. uell 1517 Chicago F 812
TWO pleasant southeast rooms; meals if
desired. 3i01 Farnam St. F MM2 2'ix
ROOM suitable for two; also smaller one;
board If desired; modern. 2152 St. Mary's
Ave. F MS66 2x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
4 modern rooms, parlor floor. 1509 S. 28th St.
LARGE room with nlcove. 2412 Cass. Lady
preferred. Tel. 6276. G M 707
4 ROOMS with alcove, for light house
keeping; use of laundry; modern and
heat; WeHt farnam district. Address A
12. care Bee.
G MW4 2tlx
3 SWELL rooms, unfurnished, light and
heat. 604 S. 2Mb. U Mi'44 27x
FOR RENT HOUSES
6-ROOM, modern cottage.
1112 S. 11th.
7 If iTTKiYSJ in a" parts ol the city. R.
- c, i'etfju & t;o., lice Bldg,
Three and 4-rooin tlats; modern except heat;
. walking distance. 1106-7 N. 19th St.; Js
and 112 per month. Inquire R. C. Peters
& Co.. ground Door. Bee Bldg.
all parts of the City. The
F. Davis Co., m Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance. Ringwalt, Barker BIk.
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co., pack,
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse,
1120-24 N. 19th. OOice. 1GU Farnam.
TeL Doug. 156. D all
WE MOVF. pianos. 'Maggard Vau & Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. It: Omce. ?13 Web
ster St. D-919
t-ROOM moder-j house, except furnace, t4.
C. M. Bacumanu. 436 Paxton Blk. Tel.
Red 2639. D 224
SEE us when Jihtpplrf household goods to
large cltU"S west. We can savu you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
CO.. 214 N. Sixteenth Bt. Tel. Doug. llSti.
FOR RENT Soven-room house, with bath
nnd laundry; N. E. cor. 'th Ave. and
Leavenworth; house in perfect order; new
nlnnihine: hot water healing; rent v.
J. Connell. 101 Bee Bldg. D M282
7-ROOM detached house, with largo barn
and sliade. R. C. l'atterson, K24 i arnain.
' D M595
FOR RENT fi-room strictly mod. cotias
31st and Marcy. F. D. Brown, Tel. llnr-ney-2424
D M 834 -'7x
ELEGANT new eight-room house for rent;
all modern conveniences; large yard and
fine location. $15 per month. 1111 S. lllst
St. 'Phone Harney :W2f. P M849 27k
FOR RENT S'lOHES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room in Bee oillce, city
hall bbildlng, 417 N. 2atli at., Soutu oinuha.
Apply to manuger. - I -131
SUITABLE for wholesale or manufactur
ing, 4lxloo; three Doors and basement,
elevator; will ran 2lxlW) separately; 10Wi-5
Farnam St. inquire 314 i'usi National
Bunk Bldg. l-9i3
GROUND FLOOR spuce 66x122, liht three
bides. Union Pacific trackage, sultablo for
manufacturing or light storage. L. Q,
Doup, 13lli and Nicholas Sts.
STORE room In a brick building, 4.,D1
Himilton St., for rent, only u per
month. R. C. Peters & Co., ground floor.
CENTRAL, drug store,
laundry, with power.
with fixtures; also
Tlzard. 220 North
room for rent. 181S
DODGE & CO.,
FOR RENT Desk room or half of t
pleasant office. Address W 39, Bee.
FOR RENT Store room on S. 16th St.,
near Harney. Best retail district In city.
George A Co., 1601 FarnanK I 645 28
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED By small family modern cot
tage, 6 or 7 rooma; furnace not necessary.
Address W-64. care Bee. K
WANTED Room and board In private
family, preferably no other boarders, by
ladv whose husband Is away great deal.
Address. A 19. Bee. K-M.S 27x
PURCHASERS of northeast corner 20th
and Farnam Pts. contemplate building
and want tenants; long leases If desired.
F. D. WEAD, 1524 DOUGLAS.
Chambers' School of Stage Arts,
Lyric Theater, Nineteenth and Farnam.
Thorough Course of Instruction In Slug
Public periormanccs by pupils In their
own theater, under personal directorship
of Frederick "Jim" Fulton, formerly lead
ing character with "Arisona," "Fredenen
Warde," "Frohman's," nine years Wood
ward Stock. Kansas City. Omaha. Tele
phone. Douglas 1871 1488.
Wlllard E. Cha.-uliera. Manager.
M DO WELL B school, 1U23 Far.,
MRS. ROYS lingerie waists and fancy
summer drestes. Douglas 2746; I Dav
enport. Mitd A6
1!9 N. 16th.
RADMAN, ladies' tailor: riding habits and
eeuiiiK coals, special pi ices till April
15. 2129V. Farnaiu. TeL Dvuglas 3611.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
2 lots northwest corner 29th and Frank
lin, 10x125, paved street; space for four
houses. Only two.
Lata 6 nnd 6, block 5, Thornberg Tlace,
Lots 23 and 24, block 1, Catalpa Place,
Lot 19, Anlsfleld, OnxlSO, $100.
Lots In Dundee. 00 to $1,000.
J. H: PAHROTTE,
Our home. 9-room, part modern, good
barn, lot Wxl4H feet, east front, twenty
minutes' walk from postofflce; two blocks
from two car lines. All In fine shape. Old
age, reason for selling. Can give terms.
R. W. BRYANT,
2516 N. 20th.
Tel. Red CKV4.
RE MS36 26
CHEAPEST property In the West Farnnm
district, between 29th St. and 19th Av?.,
Harney and Dewey Ave., adjoining the
First Baptist church property. Terms to
WESTERN REALTY CO.,
Thone Douglas 6291. 429 Pnxton Rlk.
RE MS81 26
A fine piece of trackage property, 147x 284,
on U. P. track, at 5th and Jones Sts.,
12,0UU will take It for immediate sale.
Room 1, New i'oik Life Bldg.
THE Glover Cuban Land Co . R. 3. N. Y. U
Bldg., Omaha, sell lands In Cuba. Round
trip, Oinuha to Havana, 857.86. RE 936
FARMS and city homes,
tater, Blair. Neb.
Kemp, Real Es
FOR SALEA home worth t3o,0ilb for $12,
000; west side. Address L 17. Bee.
clkA3 Williamson Co.u- feti0ds-
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
I HAVE $J6,(H) to Invest In Omaha real
estate that offers the best bargains. Wish
to deal direct with owners. Give descrip
tion and best price In first letter. Ad
dress A 4. car? Bee. RE M 78s Alx
MONEY TO LOAN ftcAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans ana warrants. W.
Farnam StnlUi & Co., 1320 Farnam 8t.
:10N E Y TO IXJAN Payne Investment Co.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. W. M. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemis,
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1620 Douglas.
UARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam; city loans, i
and &ta per cent Interest; no delay.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN pn business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brcnr.uu, R. 1, N. Y.
Life. W 930
i & 6'i PER CENT Joans on city property.
W. II. Thomas, 1st, National Bank Bldg.
if ' - W-931
WANTED-CUy Lottha. R. C.
Peters 3c Co.
FARM. CITY AND . BUILDING.
Reed Bros., 1710 Farnam St.
City & farm loans.
O. F. Carson Co.. N.Y.L.
FOR SALE FARMS
RELINQUISHMENT of a 640-acre home
stead for sale cheap; ulna miles from
railroad and good Nebraska town; excel
lent soil and close to running water; see
or write to Dr. Pribbenow, ill Karbach
block, Omnha, Neb. H M9L1
Farm and Kanch Lands.
Nebraska. Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten yers time. Land Dept.,
U. P. R. R., Omaha, Neb., Dept. "A."
OUT THEY GO THIS MONTH
to North Dakota to select n iJH or a 6W
acre farm out of our luO.OfiO-acro tract for
tl:! to $15 an acre; will yield over $12 ao
acre; free coal, living water, black soil'
send for maps and Brown's Farmer. Win
H. Brown Co., 131 La Salle St., Chicago
or Richardton, N. D. H MCu3 Al
TWENTIETH I CENTURY
This agricultural weekly goes to 60,000
homes of farmers and stocH. raisers, so if
you have a good piece of land 'o sell at
reasonable price you will nnd n buyer
amenp them. The cost 01 an advertisement
Is small 3 cents per word In small typr -r
$3.08 pr inch If set in large lypiv
WILL exchange unimproved farm for
small stock of goods; 160 acres, $;i.?nrt. A.
K. Kull, Primrose, Neb. Z M924 27
IF YOU do not find what you want In thl.
column, put an ad. in and you will soon
get It Z-988
ONLY, HOTEL In town; trade for land or
aell; bus line and mail from train; livery
ham. Pay from tl.fpOO to $2.un a year.
M' II on account of wife's health. Address
W-21. Z M 144 A12
TO EXCHANGE FOR OMAHA
320 acres, well Improved, one and one-half
miles from a good railroad town In Holt
counly. Mo.; nil high bottom, sundy loam
soil of the very best quality. Never fails
to grow a big crop. About 100 acres In fall
wheat; 2i0 acres will be In corn, balance
tame grass. Price $70 per acre. Will take
good Omaha Income property to the amount
of $14,000, and give time on balance. J. R.
Adkius, Craig. Mo. - Z 671 26x
1 A. 8TURGES, registered attorney; put
cnta. trade marks, copyrights; no lee un
less successful. 617 N. Y.
F. J. LARSON & CO., patent lawyers.
Patent book free. Bee Biog., Omaha, Net
EHARPE MACHINE WORKS-Patents
procured, Inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, machine work. uui-ulJ
8. 10th St. -981
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional Investment Co., 63 Douglas Block.
JOHNSON, THE RELIABLE.
PLUMBING AND HEATING CO.
BEST SERVICE I A WEST PRICES.
TEL. DOUGLAS 6990. 1813 HARNEY.
R M236 A 15
RICH & FAIX.'ONER, repairing a specialty;
also contracting. 2617 N. tvth. Doug.ai71.
-M447 A 17
CHAPMAN & MAHAN.
done. Prices reasonable. 17i N. 24th. Tel.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
Church Co., main floor
The New Snow.
N. Y. U TeL
J. M. MACFARLAND, 1.
Tel. Doug. uu.
Tel. Doug. 264.
211 8. 11th bt.
P L E A T I N O R uchTng." Bu t tons!
I LLa 1 IMVJ belul lor puce list
THE GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
200 Douglaa Block. Tel. Doug. 1938.
MAONETTH treatment & Baths. Mme.
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Array home lor women at 3824 N -Hn
St., Omaha, Neb. U-M100
OMAHA Stammerer Institute.
Pianos delivered at once, tl weekly. All
muslo lessons free. JOIN NOW. ?'"flld
Piano Co., 1611 Farnam 8t. U 956
PRIVATE home during confinement; babies
boarded and adopted. Mrs. Oaidell, 2Ut
Charles. Tel. Doug. 6311. U M
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-oft cloth
ing; In fact, anything you do ""J??'
we collect, repair and aell, at 114 N. lltn
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'Phono Doug. 41; and wagon
will call U-'l
WE RENT sewing machines, 76c week. We
repair all makes . of machines; second
hand machines, $5 to tlO. Neb. Cycle Co.,
Tel. Doug. 16u6. Cor. 1Mb and llajncjf.
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
CreiKhton Medical college, 14th nnd Dav
enport Sts.; special attention paid to con
finement cases; all treatment supervised
hv colleffe mofessnrs. 'Phone Doug. 118".
Calls answered day or night. U 129
Bryant, 316 Bee Building. U M527 AI9
'PHONE Daug. 701 and a man will call and
tune your piano, t2. Pertteld Piano Co.,
1611 Farnam. U 968
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no Injec
tions. Call or write for booklet. (Juiek
Cure Rupture Co., 611 W. O. W. Bldg..
Omaha. U 861
JUR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 3 & 3 1506 Farnam.
' GOLD STICKPIN FREE
To any person sending us the name of any
person owning a square piano, organ or
prospective piano buyer.
J'ERFIELD PIANO CO.,
Tel. 701. 1611 Farnam SU
GltEEN TRADING W7S
and liquors; by jug or bottle. Cackloy
Bros. Opposite postofllce. U 126 All
rH A MPIfliSi Carpet Cleaning Works.
VnttlUriVJn Beautiful, unique rugs
from old carpets; prices reasonable. 720
8. 14th St. Tel. Douglas-665 U 1J6 Jel2
MAGNETIC OSTEOLiOGY-Mrs. M. Rltten-house,-412
N. 16th, room 2, second floor
C. E. DAY, painting and paper hanging:
high-class work at low prices. Doug.-349
U M192 All
YOUR saving 40 per cent. Investigate.
Pennell Millinery Co., Ill South 15th St.
' U 700
HEAFEY & HEAFEY.
Carriages for funerals, weddings and par
lies; electric lighted. Tel. 265.
WALL PAPER cleaner.
Tel. Harney 3296.
MANICURING, handdressing and mas
sage. Huttie Haul, 206 Neville Blk. Tel.
Doug. 6185. U 662
NPEXCER MATTRESSES renovated,
U SI 597 A 22
CJ A IVICCI Practical Hatte
ixrtivio t ivaleci. a Ml
r. Hats reno-
14th. . Tel. Doug.
BUTTERMILK at creamery.
U M61J Ai
FOR Faster millinery at reaaonuble prices,
1606 Leavenworth St. U M6&2 AO
'l ei. 3659.
Mrs. Dr. King,
2018 N. 21st Ht.
FURNITURE packing and repairing; up
holstering and mattress making. Lt.
Smith, 1918 Lake. Tel Douglas 6668.
U Ml.O A13
MASQUE COSTUMES. Lieben.
PRIVATE hospital during confinement. Ba
bies adopted. Best and cheapest 111 the
city; 2319 S. 13th St., Omaha, Neb.
U M561 A20
KOCHER, carpet weaving.
181d Cuming. Doug.
tho time. John Cane.
1641. U M2U9 A14
INCUBATORS, brooders nnd chick food.
Burr Incubator Co., 28th und Davenport
V M634 A22 '
WANTED Addresses of manufacturers of
games and toys; also or general iiki ium
wlio handle these goods. Full particulars
npon application. J. E. Heron, Meeteetse,
Wjo. U MtH0 2'-x
& CO.. upholstering and repair
Douglas 2S1S. l'-M'W3 A23
LADIES, consult Mrs. Faust, reliable palm
ist: reading 50c; satisfaction guaranteed.
17fP Jackson. V M1106 ?,x
FOR women only. Dr. Raymond's Pills
women s monthly regulator, has brougnt
happiness to thousand of anxious
women; no puln, no danger, no Interfer
ence with work; relief lu 3 to 6 days. We
havo never known of a single tailure
price, $2 by mall. Raymond's Monthly
Regulator In Ibiuld, $3. Dr. R. G. Rav.
niond Remedy Co., Room 36, 84 Adams St..
Chicago, 111. 984
LADIES, $1,000 REWARD! ""positively
guarantee my Never-Falling ekQu,
KOLO Remedy. Kalaly relieves longast,
most obstinate cases of delayed Monthly
Periods In I to 6 days without nai m, paui
or Interference With work. Mail, $l.ju.
Itouble strtniaUb. S00. '"SPECIAL FOLD
ER FOR La D IK 9 FREE. DR. B. H.
SOUTH1NGTON CO., KANSA8 CiT 1',
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Neive
Food Pills" $1 box, postpaid. Sherman u
McConnell Drug Co . (Imutia 9t6
P. H. Phllbln. 1505 Fi
amain. Phone Doug.
LARSON & JOHNSON. 1403 Farnam.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
A. SAALFELD. PIANIST and
Room 2L Arlington block
MISS TRMA SPRINGER, pianj teacher.
1518 6. 28th St. lessons, 60c. 692 28X
CEMENT BLOCK MACHINERY
it und let
us show you our line
lapp Construction Co
'pho" .' '.. 67A
3j3 Neville Blk.
MAGGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO.
Goods stored at lowest prices; Insured
wlihout extra charge. Phonos Douglas M'M
aud Douglas 14M. iwi A2I
HAMII.TON-Mnrv Frances, wife of the
Inie W. Hamilton. Sunday, March 2T
Funeral from St. John's ColUalate church
Tuesday, .Murch 27, Ht 1i a. m. Family
requests thiil no flowers he sent.
SOUTHARD Mrs. Mary E., widow of J.
I Her siirvlxors are (ieorgn Southard of
Imlliinnpollf . lud.: Mrs. J. It. Southard of
Denver, f'lntu Pouihnril. Omaha, and
Charles P. Southard. Omnha. Funeral
j nottre hiler. t
702 N. lRth,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
6ODA FOUNTAINS, any else. 181 Fat nam.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
HALL'S aafes. Dew, 2d-hand.
FOR SALE Two life gcholarehlps on
Omaha business college. Address Dwlght
Wllliuma, Omaha Bee, Omaha, Neb.
MILCH COWS, on easy terms.
FOR SALE At a discount, due bill from
one of the most desirable life Insurance
companies, which may be applied on a
first vear'a premium; any one considering
taking out a policy can save money.
Address P 67, car Bee. Q-4W7
PIANO FOR SALE Party who purchased
piano only a few weks ago will sell It
at a discount from the cash price paid.
Address P 63. care Bee. Q-9o
PIANO Square, tlO; 50 cents weekly. Par
field Piano Co., 1611 Farnam St. Q 943
Steam Fittings For Sale
If you want a. bargain in steam fittings call
and look over the following supplies:
1 8-Inch Austin s horizontal sepurator.
1.4-Inch Austin's vertical separator.
These have been taken out on account of
changes in our steam plant and are in
good condition. Address Bee Building
Co or see W. H. Bridges, engineer. Bee
Bldg., Omaha, Q 533
CRIBBING, fir timbers, 80 feet and under;
seasoned hardwood lumber. 16lu & Izard,
WE buy everything in the furniture line.
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dudgc.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR NEBRASKA.
The famous Old Trusty Incubators, made
hu .tiihnaon. the inoubator man. H.n.
l-iioia free cabkiouue: '2m nonltrv
Illustrations. Al. M. Jouusoa Co., Clay
Center, Neb. y 47
100 SINGLE Iron beds, springs and mattres
ses; $2 each, complete; worth $6. 2U18 D'vpt.
U 260 Mcll26
CAUTION! Beware of fake piano ads.;
genuine new Stelnway pianos are sold
ONLY by Schmoller at Mueller und they
are the ONLY authorized Nebraska rep
resentatives. Tel. Doug.-1625. 1407 Har
ney St. Q M681
KINDLING for sale; good wood, sawed and
split, ready for stove. Hal bach & Hagu
uuin Planing Mill. 'Phone Harney 1683.
'i karat diamond ring, no flaw, perfect
stone, valued, $1,600, will take $9.V cash.
Don't write unless Interested, nnd have
the money. Address, W 59, care of Bee.
Q 613 28
FOR SALE At a bargain, window shades
of nine-room house, all In good condition;
also ice chest, gas stove, iron beds, rugs,
etc. Apply at once, 3027 Chicago St.
75 Plymouth Rock hens for
sale at 1109
JOHNSON Institute, 418 N. Y. L.
DR. WELLS, i. O. and M. D.
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam.
HESS & SWOHODA. 1416 Farnam.
HCRSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR SALE Small
buggy. Address A
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HOTEL ALL OF CONCRETE
largest Ksample of Itetnfnreed Coa
crete Work Itlalng at
Reinforced concrete Is forging ahead a
building material, every' month recording
mora audacious use of It In this parllrular.
Visitors to Atlantic City during the coming
season will have an opportunity of ex
amining one of the most artistic adaption,
of concrete work to ha found anywhere,
and the largest example of reinforced con
crete In 1h United States.
The building In question la 12S feet wide
by 828 feet long and Is eight and twelve
stories high. In almost every instance
where reinforced concrete has been used
In a building of this magnitude It has
been In the walla and floors, aa an adjunct
to a steel skeleton supporting frame work.
In this latest achievement In the use of
cement, the usual steel frame-work has
been replaced by columns and girders of
The walls are built of concrete and hol
low tile. The floors are carried by con
crete joists which support a solid slab of
concrete Imbedded In what are mere hollow
tile. The Cement Age In an editorial com
ment upon this building declares that its
fireproof qualities, economy In first cost,
rapidity and noiseless construction, pres
age a new era In building construction.
The exterior of the building Is finished
In light-colored plaster, decorated with
colored Moravian tiles and mosaic and dull
glazed green terra-cotta, which gives an
aspect of airiness and lightness appropriate
to a summer watering place.
The dimensions of the building and Its
architectural lines, surmounted as It Is by
a great dome, add an appearance of dig
nity not to be found In the usual hostelry
of this character. The building la sup
ported on piers of plies, some 1.800 of these
having been needed for the work. Upon
these were erected reinforced concrete col
umns, at 17-foot centers, measuring 24
Inches square at the base, and lessening In
diameter at' successive floors until a 12-lnch
section Is reached In the attic. The wall
piers are connected by reinforced concrete
beams, which, for a span of 17 feet, con
tain five bars of Vlnch n' 2-Inch Iron for
reinforcement. The completed beam is
about 22 Inches wide and 12 Inches deep.
The outer walls consist of hollow terra
cotta tiles plastered on tho inside and
outside with cement plaster.
In tho floors the construction of concrete
and hollow tile was effected by th use of
reinforced concrete girders carrying many
shallow, transverse, reinforced concrete
floor beams, in connection with 2-Inch con
crete Blabs. Hollow ttles occupy the
One of the advantages clnlmed for this
building Is Its cheapness of first cost re
sulting from the possibility of employing
much unskilled labor on the work. As an
example of the facility of this style of
construction. It la declared, by a writer
In the Cement Age, that practically all
the floor tiles In this Immense building
were laid by one brlcklgyer and helper.
This becomes more significant when It la
learned that the bulldlne; went up more
rapidly than if the usual steel skeleton
framework had been used. The roof con
sists of a 6-Inch slab of cinder concrete
reinforced with ',4-lnch by 1'4-tnch Iron
bars spaced at 16-lnch centers. The hemi
spherical dome shell amrmountlng tlie
structure Is of B-lnrh cinder concrete rein
forced by radls.1 and circumferential red
bars one Inch clear of the Inner surface.
Further stiffening Is effected by radial
ribs projecting on th Interior and ex
terior, these being made an ornamental fea
ture. The stairs throughout are made of
reinforced concrete slabs. Altogether the
building Is as fireproof aa modem Inge
nuity can make It. Philadelphia Record.
HOOSIER JUGGLER 0F :IGURES
Sets Oilier Heads Diss? When He Be
gin! Working Out Problems
by Mental Process.
Arthur F. Griffith of Mllford, Kosciusko
county, Indiana, the mathematical wonder
who multiplies figures up to 1.000 the same
as the ordinary Individual handles the
proposition of 2x24, is In IndlanRpolls.
"I lay claim to being the mathematical
s-nnrier of the United States," he said.
after he had mentally solved the simple
mtia nrnhlem 14.651.913.228.366.S.".1.806.64O,62.'iX
68.719.476.7fo. The problem had been written
down by the skeptical financial editor, wno
is always from Missouri when It comes
to figures. Griffith ran his eye over tho
figures and said: "Those figures are hardly
practicable for the problems 01 every
day life, but here Is tho answer, and ten
seconds after the piece of paper had been
passed to him the financial editor had it
hr.u with the answer written below the
375. "I don't want to appear egotistical,
said Griffith, "but if you will spend two
or three hours you will find that that
answer Is correct."
'But," said the wonder, "a man naa
anything but a pleasant existence sup
porting the title "the matnema .icai won
der of the United States,' and especially
is this so In his own state. where, when
theysee hint figuring all of the time ana
n.,,iiinH-liar sums like, that, even the offi
cers try to get hold of him sometimes au4
Insist that lie is craiy. Thus rar 1 nava
managed to keep at liberty, but one can
never tell what will happen."
it la true that Griffith often appears aD-
normally preoccupied and his lips keep
moving. He is at umes woikihk oh
mental multiplication table. nen mosi
folks have nothing to do," explained Grif
fith today, "they are' thinking about their
girls or the folks at home or meir ru
bles. When I have nothing to do I in
working on mental mathematical proc
esses. In spare momenta 1 "
the multiplication table by heart up to
1,000. and within the next five yeara 1 shall
have It down by heart up to 1,000,000.
Those who have followed his career win
recall that when he was discovered, eight
years ago, there was a great deal ot
speculation as to the stability of his mind.
It was pointed out that most of the
mathematical prodlges were monomaniacs.
knowing nothing but figures, ana noi wn
able often to tell how they solved their
problems. Those who knew Griffith when
he first attracted state attention ana Know
him today have no doubt that his mind Is
normal In other lines. He not only writes
much better than most of the people do
who write occasionally for publication, but
hi. lamrnnae Is if nod. He states clearly
all kinds of commercial propositions in
which he uses his figures, lie u"1"""
well on general subjects when he Is drawn
from his absorbing study of figures.
His lightning calculation is remarkable
and clearly outclasses the work of ordi
nary lightning calculators. Hardly less
noteworthy than the rapidity with which
he solves problems Is the memory he ex
hibits in retaining the numbers and re
sults in his mind. A day after he bad
been asked to multiply any number say
648.397x 3',697 he can restate the problem
correctly from memory and also talk oi
the result of his previous calculations. He
makes all of his calculations mentally and
on'y writes the answer down. Such a
proposition s the one given Is solved as
fast aa he (an write down the figures, so l
he writes them very rspldly Indianapolis
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