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SECOND SUMMEK TERM
.Monday, July 2.
Write, rail or p.inue I "r catalogue.
Address 11 B. lioyus. President. Omaha.
OMAHA Bafe and Iron Work make a pe
clalty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. O. Auer-jcii, Prop., lo2 S. loth St.
EIGN PAINTING, B. H. Cole. 1302 Douglas.
TRY Kelly's Towel Supply. Tel. Doug. 3630.
Iowa, Sanitary Cleaning Co.. 1918 Farnam.
WHERE TRUNKS ARE MAM..
Trunks, suit cases and shopping bags.
Old trunks U.ken In exchange; repairing.
KRELJNG & Si'hiNLE,
410 N. 16th Bt. 'liiont Doug.
K Uiti July
ANTI MONOPOLY Garbage Co.. C21 N. 16th.
Tel. Doug. 1774. Rea. 'phone, Doug
Machinists. 317 boutti On St. Tel. 6S37.
I K Mo
VAT "I."" li'L'Vy 2rc each, Ave for 1. 217
lAuri JVIjIO s llln s, Tel. Doug
las &74. R-M467 Julyli
TYPEWRITERS rented, all makes. I2.M.
Kox Typewriter Co., 122 Karnur.i.
R M;iM July IS
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
BOD A FOUNTAIN, uny size, 1S18 Far-am.
RHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO..' best mixed
paint. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
HALL'S afea, pew, 2d-hand. 1818 Farnam.
FOR SALE Empty Ink barrels. Inquire of
J. R. Campbell, Bee mail room. J 442
FOR SALE New ard reoor.d-hand billiard
nnd pool tables; we lead the world In
cheup bar fixtures; easy uayinents. Hruns-wick-Balkc-Cullender.
407 b. loth St.
WE buv everything In the furniture Una.
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dode.
CHEAP chicken fence, long fir timbers,
white busswood lor burnt work. '.HI N.
16 th. W 32
MILCH COWS, on easy terms.
SEND L'S your mall orders for drug;
f i eight paid on $10 lota. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co.. Omaha. Q 434
ONE second-hand Worthlngton strain
pump, Blse 14xiVixl2, capacity uOO gallons
per minute; 1 40-H. P. boiler; 3-6 crook
points; all are In good condition. Ad
dress city Clerk, Fullerton, Neb.
FOR BALK HouBe boat, furniture, tender
and Ball boat; inqulte at Boat club, Lak
Manawa. (J 1U2 July 3
iTpLATE STATIC X-RAY MACHINE;
FKEP S MONTHS; 4JiOI CONDITION;
CHEAP IF TAKEN NOW. DR. 1. L.
SLATER, RANDOLPH, NEB., BOX 1.
- - - y-M3ii4 July2
Setter pups, thoroughbred,
Louis Haller, iMli I'oppletotu
K.Tits,..ilni.Tied coeUyr. puppies. Room
RKACHK3'- lo.aofi farmers;
routes for sale. Rural
on lii R. JJ.
j :iTs JyHx
WANTED To aell or rent, hair dressing
parlor, newly furnished, on easy terms,
to responsible party. Call 301 or 302 No
Mile Blk., ohiaha Neb. Y iia71
10-ROOM rooming house, full of roomers;
good location. Address U-iA, care of Bee.
I'RIVATK sale of up-to-date drug stock,
Neii'iilm Co. (southeast Nebraska); well
established; sales from f to $75 per day;
advise with owt.er; no trading stock; will
I -mo li e about i.l0 lubIi. Address II 8,
Bee. Y-lwl J 21
CltiOD. clean stock of general merchandise,
Invoice about Jti.fW. in a good live town
In central Nebraska, doing a good busi
ness; no trade considered. Ill health
leusotl for selling. Address 11 31, llee.
Y ALibO Julll
FOR SALE OR TRADE Bakery doing good
business, at t bin gain, trade guaranteed,
s. h i 11 cupltal needed, low rent, am Belling
because must depend entirely on hired
help. Address Box Wu, Grand Island, Neb.
Do You AVisli to Make a Change
If you have a farm, home, business or
property that you want to sell or ex
change, write ua.
GLOME LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha, Neb., or Sioux City, la.
Y M 113 Jy-31
HOTEL FOR SALE The leading and only
first diss hotel in Boone, la.; couuiy seat
of lO.Ocm; three railroads; clearing good
money. Pustotfice Box fi4'.', Boone, la.
H. A. STl'RGES. registered atlcney; pat
ents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee ua
lorn successful, bit N. Y. Life, Omaha.
y. J. LARSON & CO., patent lawyer-.;
patent book free. Bee Bid., Omaha, Neb.
6HARPE MACHINE WORKS Patents
procured, bivetition developed, dtawings.
patterns, castings, machine work. bu4-il.'
k leth St. 4:5
PATENTS procured, bourht and sold. Na
tional Investment Co;, oi Douglas Blk
L H GARDNER. 511 First Nat Bapk
. Power plants, manufacturing processed.
Ice plants, tests, inspection, reports.
M33S July 11
ANCHOR and Iron 1-eucing; Wire Fencing
5c per foot. 205 N. 17th Bt. Tel. Red-Mi
WIRE and Iron Fencing.
V Ire Treiiis Omaha
Woiks. 2127 Farnam bt.
Wire and I on
LYNGSTAD High Grade 19c7 Calendais.
. 'i-.o'i.- B- K- i'o"r 16th Si. and
JOK K. Capitol Ave. -5o2
fcNG RAVING and print ng. Kotera &
Co., 15 lu llowai
lid. Tel. Uuugias ani.
IF YOU do not nnd what you want la this
column, put an ad in and you will ..x
get It' ZrM
EIDEWA1.KS-A11 kinds licensed. A. R.
Uwcl, but Wsosler. 'iL Duu;. 404.
WANTEIv-ctgsrmakers; rollers nnd
hunch hrfjkT!i; will pay the best of
prices to go out of town; will send tickets.
Address II .'. care of Bee. B-MM5
CIIERRT PICKERS-Apply t orchard nf
I Jaynes any day except Sunday. Oren
vlll Bros. B-9 29 x
HEN and boys wsnted to learn plumbing. !
riric maying. plasteilng trades; pay
diy Coyne Bros. Co. New York, Chi
cago, Cincinnati, Bt. Louts. Free cata
WANTED Three rnen of good personal
appearance: outside position: steady sm-
Il'iyment. C. F. Adams Co., 1619 Howard
CRL'O stores bought and sold; drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Knleat, 624 N. Y. L.
YOUNG Men for Locomotive Firing.
Freight and Passenger Train Braking.
AddieBs By. Dept., 2VJ S. 12th Bt., Omaha.
B 230 JulylO
MAN with family, steadv place on farm;
house to self; free ticket. Sweneyi
Erupt Co.. 2o9 So. l.'th St. B M153
TEN good, steady men.
43 So. ISth Pt.
WA NTEI Young man who has had ex
pc i I' l.ci' In Insurance office to take
chiii g: of insuranrp depart uient 111 real
estate office; must bo a hustler and Al
solicitor. Address 11 4"), Bee.
B-S Jy 4
WANTED Men to lenrn barber trade; 1
positions for every graduate. Top wages
paid. Few weeks completes. Course In
cludes toids and positions. Can nearly
earn expenses before completing. Call or
write Moler Barber College, hh Farnam
Bt. B M3M Jul5x
PRINTER Who can make good on all
around Inside work. Job, display, Campbell
and Uordon presswork. gasoline engine;
boor.e barred. Parttculats. wages and
references first letter. A. B. Wood, tier
ing. Neb. B M355 2
WANTED Boy to learn pattern making
trad' one with experience in mmual
training preferred; state age. Address
H. 44, Bee. , B-M3C5 July2
WANTED Practical bookkeeper for gen
eral work with manufacturing concern;
good jHisltion to right party; state age,
experience and reference; also salary ex
pected. Address 11. 46, Bee.
B MM8 July2
Son YOl'Ntl MEN for firemen and hrake
inen; experience unnecessary ; firemen tloO,
biakemen Jnii it month, with rapid pro
motion to engineer or conductor. Hun
dreds of positions open. Call or write lor
particulars at once. National Railway
Training. Ass n., H40 Paxton Blk., Omaha,
Neb. B Mool Aug 1
WANTED Operating- engineers and fire
men at once. Orand Island Electrle Co.,
(Jrand Island, Neb. B M393 2
WANTED A man to do chores 511 N. l"th.
B M&37 3x
WANTED. EXPERIENCED BROOM
MAKERS; STEADY WORK, GOOD
WAGES. HEBRON BROOM MAN
UFACTORY, HEBRON, NEB.
B- M572 6
WANTED FEMALE HELP
U1RL wanted for general housework. 34U
Farnuin St. C Sli
MIDDLE aged woman for general house
work; good home and good wages; na
tionality not considered; t3 4th St., Coun
cil Bluffs. C Ainu
GIRL WANTED Small family; no chil
dren; high wages. Mrs. 11. D. Neely, 4371
Hamilton St. C M47
WANTED Experienced shirt makers, on
power machines. Howell, Allen & Kaull,
Denver, Colo. C M730 JylD
WANTED First girl, who Is a good cook;
small family; large salary. Apply 1617
Farnam St. C M974
lNIGRAPH shorthand, 1S2I Farnam St.,
Omaha. C M299 Jul
WANTED An experienced nurse to take
aie of twins, must have references; best
wages, Mrs. B. W. Cotton, 432 8. 3Stli Ave.
I C 349 Jy S
WANTED Girl for general housework;
references required. Mrs. S. 8. Cald
well, 131 Georgia Ave. . C M308 Jul2
FIFTY strong girls for turning bag; good
pay; steady work. Apply at once, office
Bends. Bug Co., 11th St. viaduct.
A GOOD cook and laundress, 421 N. 40th;
ff per week; must be good. Mrs. Frank
l'lll'llielee. . C M!74
LADD'.S wanted to canvass for the Ed
wards bklrt supporter; one supporter fas
tens every shirt wulst to skirt for seven
Inct es across back without pins, points
or teeth to tar garments; free terms.
Edwards Skirt Supporter Co., t17 Main
St., Buffalo. N. I. J M9 JulyKx
AGENTS In every community to sell Top
shine Polishes.. Topshlne Mfg. Co., 2S07
Ohio St.. Omaha. J aw.T JUlox
WANTED Hustlers for Nebraska Cor
poration to visit business men, road
work, position permanent, bond and re
ferences, self addressed stamped envelope
for reply, good puy, address ti jo nee.
J -134 July 2d
vifty dollars a month and extras: I will
give for a man of good character as my
agent. tilt her salesman, rarmer, mer
chant or banker may apply. Write lock
nox lfc'o. Lincoln, Neb. J M:to4 juit
WANTED Experienced glove salesmen for
South Dakota, southern Minnesota and
Nebraska. C. D. osboni Co., Glove Man
ufacturers, Chicago, HI. L MMl Jul2
W'a'n'i ED Salesmen to Introduce the ne
"J-il" lighting system; exclusive features,
sella at sight; rare opportunity for good
nun. Choice of territory and a perma
nent business with satisfactory pronts.
Write for particulars. H. W. Johns
Manville Co., Lamp Department, Mil
waukee. Wis. !, M3H3 July
ATTENTION. THRESHERMEN! - En
gineer wants job with good outfit; about
four years' experience. Address George
Evans, Afton, la. A MS14 July3x
MAN well acquainted with city, speaks
EaKhsli and German, can furnish bonds,
best reference, would like position as
colli dor w ith reliable house. Address 11
66. Bee. A M 527 2X
Hl'V plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale
prices. Bave on every article. Only
tirxt-clasb goods handled. Prompt atten
tion to every order. Bend for catalogue.
H F. Karul. 235 Harrison St. Chicago,
Woodruff & Arnold. 313-14 Neville blocu.
M-753 July M
X1DOWELL SCHOOL DRESSMAKING.
1623 Kai nam. M-K22 Jy
HCRSES & WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR SALE 2 pairs carriage horses, 2 single
drivers; 1 surrey horse, 1 light drivur.
Dr. Hamilton, corner Main and Broadway,
Couicil Bluffs, l.t. P-M3." 6
Al' i'i M 'lill.ES for rent. Tel. Red 4226.
Bland Mycr-Dillon, Uilu and Farnam.
HOFFMANN & GENTLEMAN. 702 N. 16th.
Douglas 6o96. M'lS Jul
Great Western Granlla Co. Douglas 6821
13s J J 24
JOHNSON Institute, 418 N. Y. L Tel Doug
WANTED MALE HELP.
It Always Pays You to Read
BEE WANT ADS.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DETWET European boul, lltb and Farnam.
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
Thurston hotel; rooms H.60 up per week.
TWO nicely furnished south front room
34 HirntT. S-M4WX
DESIRABLB suite of rooms; slso single:
sineiiy modern; gentlemen prererrea; iui
North Twentieth. E-4W0 July 7.
FURNISHED room In new house; all mod
ern conveniences. 23U6 Douglas St.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT Nicely fur-
nisnea, modern room. 131 N. 31st Ave.
FOR RENT-J or t besutlful rooms, fur-
nisnea or unfurnished, very central.
Woodjard Art Co., 618 Broadway. Co.
1701 DAVENPORT, modern, one or two con
necting rooms. e M303 jumx
LARGE1, cool south rooms; new, modern
nouse, nose in; private ramiiy. Phone
red 6292. E-M376 2x
ELEGANT, newly furnished large front
room lor one or two gentlemen; every
modern convenience; close In. 'Phone
Red 3MW; 641 8. 24th Ave. K M398 2
FIRST CLASS furnished rooms; single
and en suite; references required. 2410
Farnam St. E M:)4l
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, all
moaern. r lat 6, imvldge Blk., th and
Farnam. 'Phone Doug. G2SS. E M516 8
HANDSOMELY furnished room, suitable
for two gentlemen. 2702 Farnam.
E M542 2x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
LARGE front room, suitable for two gen
tlemen; gooa noarc; reasonable rates.
The Rose, 2020 Harney St.
F 767 JulySx
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafa,
NICELY furnished south room, with first-
class table board, for one or two gentle
men; use of 'phone; best location. Ad
dress H 60, Bee. F M397 2x
EXCELLENT, large, cool, modern rooms
at "The Boston." 107 8. 17th Bt.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CENTRAL; t rooms; bath. Tlsard. JW N.
UA. O Mill
CENTRAL, t rooms, bath. Tlxard. 220 N.
TtRIOHT t'NFt'RNISHED ROOMS
New residence, 2618 North 2Kth Ave. Tele-
phone Douglas 6146. y ti-WM JU13X
ONE large or two small unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping. For particulars
address H , Bee. O M4sl 2
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel., Douglas 1625. Schmoller A
Mueller Piano Co.. 1811-1313 Farnam.
TinTTSlV.S ,n U parts of ths city. The
UUUOLO 0 v Davis Co.. 60S Bee Biug.
TfnTTKVR In all parts of ths city. R
UUUC5LO c petrt Co.. Bea BJdj
Rlngwalt, Barker Bib
THE Omaha Van St Storage Co.. pack,
move and stors H. H. goods; storehouse,
1120-24 N. 19th. Office, liUVi
Tel.. Doug. 1559. D-44
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van tc 8tor
sge Co. Tel. Doug. 14y. Office, 171$ Web
ster St D-4e0
SEE us when shlpclar household goods to
large cities vtst. We can save you
money. EXPRESS MEN'B DELIVER!
CO., 214 N. Sixteenth Bt Tel.. Doug. US
CENTRAL. 4 or 6-room flats. Tlxard, 22$
N. 23d. u arnu
FOR RENT Hotel Under, Washington
lake; by the week or month, or season;
will accommodate twenty people; suitable
for house parties. Inquire of T. J. Gard
ner, Mankato, Minn. D M312 July6
FOR RENT 3-rooms, city water. 1826 N.
17th St. C. M. Baehmann, 436 Paxton Blk.
NEW, modern, 9-room house. West Farnam
district. Tel. Harney 927. D-M304
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO., household
goods Btored; dry rooms, low prices.
-'Phone 1062.- 1106 Farnam.
A. H. Hennlngs. Harry G. Counsman.
HENNINGS A COUNSMAN.
Best Storage House In the City.
1529-31-33 North 18th St.
Tel. Douglas 4619.
D M389 July3l
FOR RENT Two nice 10-room houses. In
row, $31.50: fine location, paved street
near car, 2917 Mason Bt.
Cine large 11-room house, elegant location.
8o-foot lot, nice lawn, barn, shade; will
divide nicely for two families; $45 and
water; 3016 Pacific St.
One nice 9-room residence, near the park,
on street car line. $40 and water.
KENNY REAL ESTATE
& INVESTMENT CO.
404 BEE BLDG.
D M510 2
BEAUTIFUL new five-room apartment,
steam heat, $40 per month. 'Phone Doug
las 4328. D-3fc2 2x
ENTIRELY NEW; modern except furnace;
for small family only. 977 N. 27th Ave.
strictly up to date, new, 28th and Cali
fornia, $45 00.
O. C. OLSEN.
1704 Farnam St.
D M394 $
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
hall building, 417 N. 26th St., South Omaha,
Apply to manager. 1134
NO EOL'AL laundry, drug store. Tlxard,
220 N. 234. 1-Msi
STORE ROOM fo' rent, 40 8. 15th, Or
pheum Theater Bldg. DybalL 1618 Doug
SUITABLE for retail, wholesale or manu
facturing; 22x100; 8 floors and basement;
leoa Farnam, Inquire 814 Fuvl Nat. Bank
HALF of nice office for rent to responsible
party; large, cool and well located; give
business ana city reference. Address tl
42. Bee. 1351
TWO eltgnntly furnished, connecting offices
In the New lork Lite mag., witn tele
phone, desks, etc.; owners opening brsnch
office in Texas and only want desk room
here. Call Tuesday morning at s32 New
York Life Bldg. 1 M7 julS
FOR storage, garage or similar business.
32x100. 1S10 Harney St. 8. S. Curtis. 1
HI. BUDDHA. LKAD1NQ PALMIST.
Call at No. HJ aoulh 14kh St., upstairs
KesulUUJ trUcU4N aeaoiutaiy given.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
East front, on Lowe Ave.; M
feet frontage. A great bar
gain. Payne Investment Co.
First Floor N. V. Life Bldg.
Northeast corner 41st and
Lafayette Ave., 60x130, paved
street, nice trees. One block
to Walnut Hill car Une.
Taj-ne Investment Co.
First Floor N. T. Life Bldg.
TeL Doug. 1T8L
Sl good modem houses, I rooms each,
nlca corner, 8. B. .part of town. Rental
over $l,40)k per year. Price llO.nno.
Four good cottages, modern, 22d and
Grace Sts. Rent for $800 per year. Price
New brick buildings, three houses, every
thing first-class, near Ifith and Burt Sts.
Rental $1,440 per year. Price $12,500.
Two houses on corner, near 20th nnd
Charles Sts. Rent for $24 per month. Price
this week $1,860 for both.
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
CHAS. Willinmarvn Do ? Bldg.
ai. 1st Floor.
Farnam, East of 24th
' TWENTY-TWO FEET WITH
HARRISON & MORTON,
815-913 N. Y. LIFE,
FOR SALE Cottages, houses, residences,
mansions. Not all are bargains, but all
well worth price- asked.
KENNY REAL ESTATE
& INVESTMENT CO.
404 BEE BLDG.
BARGAINS IN LOTS AND HOUSES.
60 feet on 20th St., near Charles Bt., $1,375.
2 good lots on 251 h Ave. and Sprague,
both for $700.
Some good lots near end of Ames Ave.
car line, $200.
On Blondo St., one-half block west of
24th St.. lots at $700 each.
Fine lot oh Mason St., near 82d St., $1,000.
On 24th St., near Vinton St., good lot,
22S Caldwell St., modern cottage, six
2il Woolworth Ave., 8 rooms, modern,
3616 Howard St., modern cottage, $2,400.
Two good cottages corner 29th and Charles
Sts., renting for $300 per year; price for
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
RE 3S6 2
TWO choice half-sections two mlies north '
of Akron, Colo., Washington county, lie-
, . u i .1 n , i . i. - I
OS III. 11-11 ' VI I DWllUII i. I IIU III"
north half of section 34. township 3.
range 62 west. Will sell this land for
quick sale at 18 per acre. Address W.
E. Benson, Craig, Mo. RE M378 3x
LIST your properties with Boysr, 2 2d ant
Cuming. RE 64
A fine piece of trackage property, 147x184,
on UT P. track, at 6th and Jones 8ts
$12,000 will take It for Immediate sale,
Room 1, New York Life Bids.
$2,260 For S-room, ENTIRE
LY NEW houses; modern ex
cept furnace, cemented cellar
under entire house. No. 945
or 947 N. 27th Ave.
$3,000 For "-room modern,
hot water heat, first-class con
dition. No. 1743 Parker Ave.
$700 4-room cottage, rents $9.
No. 2615 Rees St.
$S50 8-room house, lsrge lot.
No. 3307 Bahler St.-$S50. easy
O. C OLSEN
1704 Farnam St.
THE MIDLAND GUARANTEE AND
Has over lO.ono copies of titles, which en
ables It to figure lower than any other
abstract company In Omaha and turn out
work quickly. Tel. Douglas-s29 or call
RE MS68 2
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
OARVIN BROS., 104 Farnam, t and tH
per cent loans on real esisis, no oeiay.
MONEY TO LOAN Pay nt Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants W.
Farnam Bmlth Co.. U2V varnam oc
$1 HATS, new shapes. 80S N. 16th St
BUILDING loans on residence property; I
. . n, w U UjiIUIa. R&mtt hlrw-W
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton block.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wsad, 1530 Dong.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property in oiou. iwi
no delay. Thomas Brsunan, R. 1. N. Y.
Life. W 468
WANTED City loans. R. C. Petors, Co.
City farm loans. O. T. Carson Co.. N.Y U
LOANS on Improved city property. W. tt
Tnomas. eub First National Bank Bldg-
W -4$ I
FARM, CITT AND BUILDING LOANS
Reed Bros.. 1710 Farnam St W-478
FOR SALE FARMS
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS. UNION PA
CIFIC RAILROAD CO.
Is closing out Its ld in western Ne
braska, Colorado and Wyoming.
From $3.00 to $5.00 per acre.
Taks advantage of the low prices and
easy terms offered, ths opportunity will
soon be gone.
Special excursion rates to ths lands.
For further Information apply to
UNION PACIFIC LAND AGENCY.
$18 South 15th St., Omaha, Neb.
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Ksnsas, Colorado and Wyomlsg;
low prices; tan years' time. Land E-U
V. P. SL iv. Omaha. skv. Dept. "A
WITHOPT AN OPERATION-ALL kinds
of piles cured internal, external. Ii'l'id.
bleeding or Itching piles. A guarantee
given In every case treated by Dr. Max
well, who has had twenty-five yens' ex
perience In treating piles Hundreds of
testimonials given on application. ,V.'4 Bee
Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 'plume Douglas 14'4.
V M4") JvJl
FAIR, healthy, satin skin bestowed by Satin
skin cream and Satin skin powder. 25c.
A Dollar for You
Any time before July 4th. 1906, this slip
will be accepted st $1.00 down, payment
on a $10 purchase of shoes, hats or cloth
ing, the balance to be paid as you earn It
Home Credit Clothing Co.,
1520 Dodge St., Omaha.
O. A. LARMON, Mgr.
UOUIKJSXXjIUj BmUn m N. i5, 2d lloor.
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army home for women at $824 N. 24th
St. Omaha, Neb. U Ml 3 J
TRY KELLY'S Laundry.
DR. ROY. Chiropody, R. J 1. 1505 Far
nam. U $7
YOU CAN RENT
Ar OLIVER TYPEWRITER with o
tabla for $8.00 monthly.
CONVENIENT AT HOME
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO.,
IK S. 15th St. Tel. Doug 2ll.
U M3$ July 18
TOL'R saving 40 per cent. Investigate.
Pennell Millinery Co.. Ill South loth St
PRIVATE confinement home; Mrs. Dr.
King. 2018 N. 21at Et. Tel. Doug 353.
P L E A T I N C"l Buttons. Ruchl'ng,
LiOni iHU Embroidering,
Dyeing and Cleaning, Sponging and Shrink
Ing, only 6c per yard, bend tor price list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO..
ZOO Douglas Block. TeL Douglas IV.
Tel. Doug. 254
211 b. 11th St.
PRIVATE home during confinement. Mr
Gardell. 22i Charles. Tel. Doug. 6311.
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-oft
clothing; In fict, anything you do not
reed. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. 11th Bt., for cost of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4135 nnd
wagon will call. U 611
FREE medical and surgical treatment al
Creighton Mfdical College, 14th and
Davenport Sts. Special attention paid
to confinement cases. All treatment
supervised by college professors. 'Phone
Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or night
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
. bles adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 728 First Ave.. Council Bluffs.
Ia. Tel. 774. U-s-J
SURVEYING, BUckensderfer. 818 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Ramgs Blk
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cui
prices. Send for free catalogue. Myers
Dillon Drug Co.. Omaha, U 8
M AftNF.TTC Osteology, female weak.
1 nefjB trettted. Mrs. Ril
teniiuuse, 410 N. lttn st, room 2, 2nd floor.
L M-6S3-J uly-16
WE RENT sewing machines at $1 per
week; w sell second hand machines
$6 up. Nebraska Cycle Co., corner 15th
and Harney. Tel. Douglas 1663.
DRS. VOGEL private hospital for women
and for ladles before and during confine
ment 2319 8. 1310 St., Omaha. Neb.
U M466 July 13
drax' TTnJr restored to Its youthful color
vil uaii ttnd sOB8, we use no dyes
or lotions. 216 N. 12nd. Tel. Red 0009.
LEARN DRESSMAKING Ey the Mc
Dowell system you are taught the only
system of cutting with a world-wide repu.
tatlon; easy payments; positions free,
send for circular. McDowell School of
Dressmaking, Mrs. Connolly manager, 1623
Farnam, Omaha. U Mh23 Jy22
MAGNETIC Massage. 412 N. 16th St..
iUAUlMllVj aecond lloor, room 2.
U M14U July25
MARCEL WAVE, manicuring, facial mas
sage. Lutle Bryant, 316 Bee Bldg.
Dr. Dunbnr, 206
Halrdresslng, manicuring, massaging. We
use exclusively latest appliances.
"JUST A MAN" received letter. Send any
mall for me care of Cudahy packing com
pany. U M571 2x
BEST nerve bracer or men. "Gray's Nerve
Food puis xi dox, postpaia. Biierman a
McConnell Drug "o.. Omaha. 491
DR. HUTCHINSON, specialist of women
and children, omee, zik cuming. rnone
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
riup Mmmovwa nr. well Informed sod
courteous at.d we are always pleased to
explain our manner of loans. V e tell you
to the cent wha. the cost will be. and If
you conclude that It will not pay you in
borrow, thore Is no harm done
We loan or. furniture, pianos, live stock
and other chattels and to salaried people
upon their own agreement to pay.
V m rift it vou rates as low as you Will
find anrl our facilities for Quick and cun-
Bdentlal Set vices are unsurpassed.
We are the oldest concern ill our una in
the city, and we always try to please our
119 Board of Trade Bldg. 'Phoae Doug. 2295.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Rued, 310 8.
I3tn. X 493
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advances private money on cnatteis or
salary. Easy to get no red tape. You
get money same day aKed for at email
cost. Open eveningk till 7. X 4kt
DR. FR1BENOWB PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture. plunos, kaiaiy,
horses, etc., In any amount, at less than
half the rate; no red tape; perfect pri
vacy; Immediate attention; on any terms
wanted; payments suspended in case of
sickness or out of employment. Room
814 Ksrbscn Blk.. 209 S. 15th St S 495
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLH
and others without security; easy pay
ments. Gdices In 53 principal elites. Tut
man, room 714 New York Life bldg.
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loana
Foley. Loan Co.. 1604 Farnam Bt. X eo
CHATTEL, and salary loans. Fnoenlx
Ciedll Co.. tut rulwa Bluak. X-Jita
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
VACATION MONEY 1
EVERYBODY NEEDS IT.
And this Is the place to come and get It.
Don t let monev stnnrt in the wav of en.
! J vlng yourself when It can be so easily
obtained at this office on HOCSEHOl.D
GOODS. PIANOS. HORSES, WAGONS, etc.
SPECIAL RATES ON SALARY LOANS!
We hnve a frnod rrorosltion to offer those
who wish money to tide thrm over vacation
rrrl'd Call and be convinced
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
307- Paxton Block.
X-M 670 7
FURNITURE, Piano, Jewelry Loene. 831
Neville Blk THE WESTERN LOAN CO.
FURNITURE, Live Stock. Salary lxian
Duff Green Loan Co., room 8, Rarkor
EAGLE Ioan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Doug
CUT-RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Fhilbln. 1506 Farnaui. "Phons Doug.
LA RSON A JOHNSON. 1406 Farnam.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture,
stoves, carpets, clothing and shoes. Pay
the best prices. Telephone Douglas 8971.
LOST Gold brooch, In shape of a knot.
Reward on return to Bee office.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
J. M. Macfarland. 809 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel
Doug. 6STA 464
L. HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. Tel. Doug.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UKIOlf STATION TKMTH AND MARCY
Union Pa cine.
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 8:18 am
The China and Japan
Fast Mall a 4:15 pm a 6-10 pm
Coin. A Calif. Ex a 4:15 pm a 9:80 am
California A Ore. Ex. ..a 4:25 pm a 6:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited. ...all:30 am al0:45 pm
Fast Mull a 1:56 pm a 8:80 pm
Colorado Special a 7:45 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Local a 8:10 am a 4:60 pm
Beatrice Local b 3:16 pm b 2:00 pm
Chicago Great Western.
Bt. Paul dr. Minneapolis. 8:80 pm 7:10 am
Bt. Paul & Minneapolis. 7:46 am 11:60 pm
Chicago Limited 6:40 pm 9:00 am
Chicago Express 7:46 am 11:60 pm
Chicago Express 3:30 pm 8:30 pm
Chicago, Milwaukee) at St. Paul.
Chi. & Colo. Special.... a 7:66 am a 7:80 am
California & Ore. Ex.. .a ":4e pn a. 3:10 pm
Overland Limited a 8:3- pm a 9:20 am
Marlon & Cedar R Loo.b 6:45 am b 11:00 pm
Chicago, Hock. Island A. Paclne.
Chicago Limited a 8:2s am a 7:10 am
Iowa IXK-al a 7:00 am a 4:30 pm
Chicago Mail a 8:15 am - al0:10 pm
)o-a Local bUilb pm b 8:66 pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex p.). a 4:20 pm a 1:46 pm
Chicago (Iowa Limited). a 6:36 pit. al2:10 pm
Rocky Mountain Llm..a 7:20 am a 3:15 are
Colo. A Cal. express. ..a 2:01 )n a 4:10 pm
Okl. & Texas Exp a 4:40 pm al2:05 pm
Colorado Fast Mall ...al0:10 pm a J -J6 am
a dally, b dally except Sunday.
Clileafcvo A Tlurttlvresterm.
Local Cedar Rapids ....a 7:06 am a 6:00 pm
Chicago D-iy light a 8:00 am 11:30 pm
Chicago Limited a 8:38 pm 9:16 am
Carroii Local a 4:32 pm 9:60 am
St. Paul Fast Mail ....a S:26 pm 7:06 am
Bloux C. & St P. Local, b 8:00 pm a 9:86 am
Fast Mall 2.30 nm
Chicago Exprese a 6:6o pm a 7:30 am
Chicago Limited all:00 pm 11:16 am
Nortolk & Bonesteel ....a 7:4. am 10:36 am
Lincoln & Long Pine ..a 7:4u am 10:85 am
Casper & Wyoming ....a 3:00 pm a 6:u5 pm
Deadwcod & Lincoln ...a 3:00 pm 6:05 pm
Hastings U Albion O 3:06 pm 6:06 pm
Fremont-Albion b 8:02 pm bl2:40 pro
Chicago Local 4U1:30 am 3:45 pm
Illinois CcatrsJ. v
Chicago Express a 8:00 am a 3:61 pra
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 7:30 am
Bl. Louis Express a 6:30 pm a 1:40 am
St. Loula Local (from
Council BluCts; a 9:16 am alO.30 pm
Stanberry Local ttrom
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm b 11:30 am
St. Louis Express a 9:00 am a 6:30 pm
K. C. & St L. Kxpiess.aJJ.U6 pm a 6:0V piu
BIKL1KGTON STATION 10TH
Denver & California.. ..a 4:io pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pin
Northwest Express aJDlopm
Nebraska Express a 9:i0 am
Nebraska Local a 8:00 am
Lincoln Fast Mall b 3:00 pm
Ft. Crook & Plattsm h..b 2:50 pm
Beiietrue & Plattsin u..a 7 an, pm
Bellevue st Pao. June... a 3:30 am
Bellevue & Pac. June. ..a 9:10 am
Chicago Special a 7:26 m
Chicago Express a 8:46 pm
Chicago Flyer a pm
Icwa Local 9:16 s m
Bt. Louis Express a 4:41 pm
Kansas Clty-bt Joe....al0:4a pm
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Kansas Cily-Sl. Joe. ...a 4.46 pm
a 3:3 pm
a (:30 pm
a 9:06 am
a 6:80 pm
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b 10:26 am
a 8:30 am
a 7a0 am
a 8:30 ars
a 1:50 pm
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a 3:56 pm
a 7:23 am
all :30 am
a 6:46 am
a 4:10 pu
WEBSTER DEPOT ISTH at WEBSTER
Chicago, St. PavL MJaneapoIls Jt
Twin City Passenger. ..b 6:30 am b 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger.. .a 2:00 pin all:20 am
Emerson Local b 6:20 pm b 9:SS am
Emerson Local e 8:46 am c 6:50 pra
Nebraska Local, via
Weepln? Water b 8:60 pm b 12:30 pre
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Biturday. c Sunday only, e Dslli
except M mday
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KtW YORK. LONDONCgKRT AND OLASI.OW
NEW TORaU ratCUMU AND NAFLSi.
Superior sccoauuodAiiva. Manual iuiaas Tat
comfort o( yuwoiin carviutir ceuiar4- lias
r rUQd-trlp tickets lauea kxnwMo N York
Scales, knsiliti. irub sa4 all nncipl eeailssuJ
saisu st urctl. rates. Sead for ilaok ot Tosrs
ror tlcfc.ls or s.aerkl IntoiButlus spiilf t asy
loci tg.nl ot It. Anchor Lino, ar le HKKDBkSON
BUOS., G.n'l A.nu. cbloksa. III.
Too Marh for Osier.
When the Maharajah Gaekwar of Bateda
visited the congressional library In Wash
ington he was naturally gnatiy Interested
In that vast and excellent collection of
"How long." he asked Herbert Putnam,
"would It take a man to read all these
bunks?" Mr. Putnam smiling replied thu,:
no man could ever begin to read ail of
tue bonks in the library, some 2.Co0,ijiO ;n
number. Then he made a rough calcula
tion. He told the Maharajah that it had
been esllmuted that no man. In the course
of the average lifetime of seventy years,
could lead moie than M books, "lheiu
fore. figuring on 2,fsj,tt in the library
of congress, a man would have to have
2u0 lifetimes of seventy years each to get
through with all of the books, and that
would mean 17.5"0 years.
Th computation seemed to amuse 'he
prince. "And what would your Dr. Osier
say to that?" he Inquired. New York Trib
une. S12.BO to St. Pa m ml Miaaeapoll
From Omsha. via Chicago Great Westers
Railway. Tickets on sale dally after May
81 to September 80. Final return limit.
October 31. Equally low rotes to other
points In Minnesota. North Dakota, Wiscon
sin sud lower Michigan. For further In
formation apply to H. H- Churchill, general
agent, IfclJ Farnam street, Omaha.
NEWS FROM THE ARMY POSTS
FORT NIOBRARA. N. b.. July 1--?P'
clsl l-The tat gel sciiwm ws completed n
Tuesday with tbe cndmtf of the expert rifle
men s tes'. Blxty-mir shaifhootets took
this test, and alxuit ten men fiuslitled as
expert rifle pen. Including I l""7,?"t ',.
A. Wlrgenstein. 1 .(eiitct ant 1 on.ill P. Ha
and Lieutenant I'aul H link. ' he high
est score 111 the te.-t was made by a te
crult. Private Irwin of CnmpHtiy I. whose
score was 2i. The targets and cable hae
been removed front the i imge nnd are ready
for shipment to some other post.
Captain and M. M J. Inihsn are en
tertaining Miss Marie Pall f Chicago. Her
brother. Mr. Woodruff Hall, was leoenily
operated on In the post hofpltnl. but Is
progressing ami will soon bo abb to uc
company his sister buck to Chicago.
Captain J. P. leltch has been absent on
a five davs' leave nt Crete. Neb.
Captain' Marshall Chlldx reported for duty
on Wednesday, coming- from t on i-i ricr.
N. Y . the station of Ini former company of
the tweirtn tnianuy.
A mutual transfer has been effected b
r i....,,.,.o i lull. Hml West. Clark going
to Company 1 while West goes to Com
Captain Pavlrl Knmrr tras receivrn or
ders that he will report on July lit at Fort
D. A. Russell, Wvo.. for duty during the
maneuvers, after which he will go to Foil
Bliss. Tex. '
a n-i-nittintt was riven liv-the colonel and
his staff on Friday night.
a--1 , i.i., i.u.-a tut.n eerelverl
tliat the Twenty-fifth Infantry proceed from
Toil ,IOI,lMIt lllieel ,,rtl,r-, m.
,... .Ua n. a ..a,k. ava A ilntunhmnnl of R fl
ottlcer and sixteen men will go to Forts'
Mclntosn and nrnwn nnn receive out
baggage and relieve the garrison of the
All general prisoners nave oeen fphi nn.v
a nil..- nnil a Tlt. In.t Vi:,fAh u-RS Isicetl
to Viirt Leavenwottli by n guard under
Sergeant Jenkins ot tympany i nmnnn
these prisoners were Snowden and Brown,
formerly of Company L. who will serve ten
years for attempted murder.
Companies L and D plav.d a closely con
tested game of ball on Tuesday. L com
pany won the game.
Fori Hlley. ..
FORT RILEY, Kan.. July 1. (Special. -Captain
Arthur M. Edwards, commissary
at Fort Hi ley. has been designated as chief
commissary of the provisional division
which is to lie, mobilised here during the
months of August Hnd September. He has
requested that five post commissary ser
geants be detailed for. duty at the camp
during the maneuvers. A large tent will be
used as a sales commissary, and this insti
tution will supply all articles required by
the troops, the post exi haugu not being al
lowed to conduct a store on the rnuiieuvir
Plans are being formulated for a school of
equitation and horse training for noncom
missioned ofllcers, to be conducted In con
nection with the school of application for
cavalry and field artillery at this post. It
Is proposed t have twenty-twn noncommis
sioned officers detached from their organi
zations throughout the service and aent
here to enter the school on April 1, lH07,td
remain under Instruction until Octoher 13.
Captain F. 8. Armstrong. Ninth cavalty;
First Lieutenant J. W. Moore, Second cav
alry, and Pecond Lieutenant E. A. Buch
anan. Ninth cavalry, have been designated
as members of the post exchange council
for the month of July.
Captain Walter C Short. Thirteenth cav
alry. Instructor In equitation' and horse
training, la in Mexico, Mo., engaged In buy
ing horses for the school of applcatlon. Un
der authority from the quartermaster gen
eral he Is purchasing flfty-slx 8-year-old
unbroken colts, which will be shipped lo
this post and used In the Instruction of
officers classes In equitation and horse
training, and after being thus trained for
two vears tho horsos will be turned In to
troops as trained cavalry' horsos. The first
lot arrived Monday and were turned out in
the school pasture, where they will be kept
until the opening of the school next fall.
The revision of the plans for the construe,
tlon of new buildings at this po"t resulted
In some changes In the totala of the bids
submitted and as a result of this the con
tract for all of them has been awarded to
Zlegler & Lalton of Junction City, Kan. rlie
total amounts to about 8106.000. Work on all
of the buildings ,was started this week.
Brigadier General William H. Carter,
commanding the Department of the Lakes,
who recently visited Fort "Riley, has pur
chased a -VMiing horse trained In the school
of equitation here. The horse was shipped
to him at Chicago Monday In charge of an
enlisted man. It was trained by Lieuten
ant J. H. Plckey, Fourth cavalry.
Two hundred copies of the new book,
"The Army Horse In Accident and Dis
ease," were received Thursday from the
government printing office. This book was
written by the Instructors In hlppology fit
Fort Riley for use as a textbook for offi
cers and for enlisted men In the training
school for farriers and horseshoers.
The members of the Kansas militia who
were encamped on the target range last
week completed their Vcompetltlons Saturduy
and left for their homes. From among them
eighteen were selected to represent the
state of Kansas at the national match at
Sea Girt, N. J. Lieutenant T. R. Camp
bell of Company E. Second regiment, won
first place with a score of 1:50 out of a pos
Private Marquette of the Twenty-fifth
battery, field artillery, who was shot by
an unidentified man on the street In Junc
tion City last week. Is Improving slowly.
Major Eli D. Hovle, artillery corps, com
manding officer of the artillery subpost.
has returned from a trip to East St. Louis,
III., where he went last week as a member
of a board for the purchase of public ani
mals. During his absence the subpost was
commanded by Captain John E. McMahon.
Dr. E. A. Dowd. -chief instructor In horse
shoeing in the training school for farriers
and horseshoers, left this week, accom
panied hv his wife and son. for a trip to
Ball Lake City and the Yellowstone Na
tional park. , . . ...
The Twenty-fifth battery, field artillery,
left Thursday for Seneca. Kan., where they
will participate In the celebration of Ui
Fourth of Julv. The battery Is commanded
bv Captain W. R. McNalr. The trip Is be
ninde bv marching both ways, a total dis
tance of !U0 miles.
Second Lieutenant George R. Allln. ar
tillery corps. Is acting as adjutant of the
artillery subpost during the absenoe of
First Lieutenant R. M Dnnford, who Is
accompanying the Twenty-lilth battery on
Its march to Seneca, Kan.
Captain C. E. Hawkins. Second cavalry,
was detailed Wednesday as summary court
officer of the Second cavalry squadron.
Private Albert L. Whatley of the hospital
corps has reported for duty at this post,
coming from Fort Omaha.
First Lieutenant W. P. Moffet, Thirteenth
cavalry, is on sick report.
Captain George F. . Hamilton. Ninth
cavlarv. now on leave in Washington, I.
C, Is 'expected to return to duty at the
post about July 15. "
Permission has been grunted by the com
manding ottlcer for married officers to ac
company members of their families In the
swimming pool on Tuesdays and Fridays
between 4 and 6 o'clock in the afternoon
Captain W. C. Bahcock. 1 blrteenth
cavalry, has completed his topographical
survey nf the Fort Riley military reserva
tion and has returned to duty In the post.
The five enlisted men who were detailed
to assist him in camp have been relieved,
and from now on Captain Bahcock will be
busllv engaged in working up his field
notes and making the drawings for the big
"'post orders were Issued this week pro
hibiting the explosion of fireworks within
tiie limits of the post proper or within 100
yards of any building on the reservation.
Captain T. Bentlev Mott. artillery corps.
Is spending leave of absence for ten days
Ed Whttehalr. who has the large contract
for furnishing this post with hay during
the coming year, c-ninnn-nri cl cutting the
bay on the reservation near the river this
I The post council of administration Is or-
dcred to meet nest Monday to audit the ar
I counts of the iost treasurer. The council
consists of Major George II. Morgan.
Ninth cavalry; Ell p. Jloyle, artillery
j corps, and Thomas J. Lewi. Thirteenth
The Thrlteenth cavalry squadron went
Into camp at the national ritle ransre this
week, where it will remnln until July 15.
by which time they hope to complete their
season's target practice.
Nominations I bat Failed.
WASHINGTON.- June SO. Nominations
made by the president Which the senate
failed to confirm Include:
Judge of the district court for Alaska:
Attorneys: John E'nbry. Oklahoma; Wil
liam C. Bristol. Ore.on.
Is'hmlan canal cooiuiis'ioners: Theodora
P. Hhonts cbairip.in; Charles E Magoon,
Ben J- Harrod, Colonel Oswald Hernst,
(ieneral Peter C. )lelv- Mordecal T.
Knd-cott anil Joseph T4. Bishop
Postmasters: South I lakota George Reed,
Arlington; F. Myers. Red Meld; D. W.
Wllmath. IVHmet; Ho belt Z. Bennett.
Beresford; John P. Cotton, Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C -P'.tera of Lincoln vis
ited their parents, ilr. Mrs. g. g.
peters In Omaha Sunday. Mr. Peters Is
the edittir and publisher of tits Lincoln
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