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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: MONDAY, JULY H,
Advertisements tor these rolamas
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.he mnrnlna Mad edition.
Rate I l-ae a wnrd r Insertion,
la a nnrd thereafter. Nnthlnsr taken
(r rn thaa Oc for Brst Inser
tion. TkfM ndvertUements mnst be
It -onsernl elr.
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lreksea to a nntnbered letter la M"
.f The He. AMirrn addressed
.till be delivered on nreseatatloa of
- ' SUMMER SCHOOL
Iv-r day Ik enrollment day. Business,
ho'rtuand. Typewriting. Telegraphy anl
English. Catalogue free. Address H. M.
tJoyles, Pres.. Bojrlea Bid.. On ilia. Neo.
' .. R Matw
WHERE THINKS ARB MADK
Trunk, suit cases-' and shopping bags.
'Id tfunlts taken In exchHiise; repairing.
FKKUSU II STEIN LE.
Id N. Kih bt. f,h,J'ufyJ
iMAIIA Safe and Iron Work make a spe
cialty of fire ce-ape. hutlera, doors and
a fee. O. Andreen. Prop.. 102 8. lnJ
.kVn71AINt7ng7s. HTcole. lIMDrtMlM.
TRT Kelly's Towel Supply.
Tel. Doug. 85M.
iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1 F",m-
', HATS, new shapes. V N." ISth 8t.
A NtT-MONOPOL.Y Oarbage Co.. 2I N. 16th.
Tp. Doug. 17T9. Ree. 'phone, Doug, iiljl.
Bl.fl AP8FR PRICE,
la. hlnl.i. TIT South 12th St. Tel.
x- t T.t -i.livc fic each. Ave for II.
IALiLj IVLIO a i4lh st. Tel. Doug
R M47 Julylb
rYPKWRITKRS rented, all makea.
Fox Typowriter Co.. Rj--,yl4
10-ROOM rooming houae, full of roomer?:
good location. Address O 64, care of Bee,
PRIVATE tale of up-to-date drug ttocV.
Nemaha Co. (eoutheaet Nebraska); well
etiabliahed; aal-a from 50 to $75 per day;
advise with owner; no trading stock; will
require about 6,0UO cash. Addrees H 8,
. Bee. Y 01 Jy21
GOOD, clean ttock of general merchandise,
Invoice about tt.0O0, In a good live town
In central Nrbraska, doing a good busl
1 lieia; no trade considered. Ill health
. reason (or telling. Addreat II 83, Bee.
Y M300 Julll
'DoYou Wish to Make a Change
II vou have a farm, home, business
rroncrty that you
want to sell or
'change, write ua.
GLOBK LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.
. . Omaha, Neb., or Sioux City, la,
Y M412 Jy-31
FOR SALE A painting and paper hang
lng business which Is working from three
to six men the year around; have lota
.more work 'than can be done; wages are
KtHltl low II lK . .WV, ill lull" .will
Omaha, Neb. Address J 11, Bee.
FOR BALE A nobby restaurant In best
town in southern Neb., doing a mie
business, but want to move away. Ad-
dress J 17, Bee,. Y M706 15x
BIACKFMITH ahon for sale; a good up-to
date shnn and woodworking Dlant In cood
town, (lerinan community. Good set of
machinery. Address John Kreutxer,
Plymouth, Neo.- I m;u lux
FOR 8A I. K Business doing I30.OU0 per year;
rhh'K consisis oi anoui si.iRiu in snoes,
II.6IW- In groceries. $2.&U0 in dry goods
., mens furnishings and hats and quik
selllnit 'notions: rent 125 per month: cash
' la!kn: liberal discount, R. W. Boyd &
Co., Marjutte, Neby Y M8S4 9
: FOR SALE MISCELUNEOUS
SODA FOVNTAIN, any else 1S1 Farnam.
611 K!RVlN-V ILLIAMS. CO., best mixed
pHlm. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
11A1.L. 8 safes, new, id-hand.
FOR SAKE Empty Ink barrels.
J. it. C.auipbell, Bee mall room..
FOR BAI-E New and second-hand billiard
and pool tattles; wa lead the world In
cheap bar fixtures: ey payments. Bruns-
wick-ualKe-coilender, 407 a. loth Bt.
WE buy everything ir. the furniture line.
(. nlcafco Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge.
CHEAP chicken ferce. long fir timber
while busswuod tor burnt work. -l N.
Mll.t'li CQWS, on euey terms. 43d and
Center. 4 lii
SEND 18 your mail orders for drugs
freight paid un 11U lots. Myers-Dillon
Oiu Co., Omaha. y-Z.'S
P.KAC11ES U.Ourt farmers; ,on 100 R. D
routes for sale. Rural Directory Co.
Portland. Ore. ' UbbH jyHx
FOR SALE At a bargain, a 1906 Oldsmj
bile, just new. Address J 45. Bee.
MEDIUM site Hall safe; good
II . K , 144 Karnam.
CI RRANT8 and cherries for sale. L,. J
mm, tvid and .Military Ave. I'hone Ben
aon 404. g-Mi07 14x
VPRIOMT plJno, mahogany caae, at
bargain. 1M Davenport. Q M797 i:x
FOR PAI.E F.leoirk piano. $); electric
! n jos. II. n; Kegina music boxes, .X wit
slot aitachnienis. Continental Novell
Co. Q MtwVJ tix
FOR KALE Counter scales, ice boxes, cash
register, oil tanks, cneap. Ati Bo 1,1th 81.
r WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUr. 8EiXND HAND
FURNITURE, stoves, csrpeta. clothing
and shoes. Pay the best prices. Tel.
Iouglas-;i. N MS AugS
WANTED TO BUY Five-room all modern
cottage, located north, state price and
terms. Address, J-i'i. Bee.
L. HENDERSON. IMS Farnam. Tel. Doug.
LYNGSTAD High Grade 1907 Calendars,
ti. t4. corner Iflh Bt. anil
Capitol Ave. 28
Co.. iiltf Howard.
printing. Kotera 4
Tel. Douglas J07.
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale
- pricts. Sae on every article. Only first
. data goods handled. Prompt atten'ion
to every order. Send for catalogue. B, i
Karol. 23i Harr.eon St.. Cbicagu. Ill
MME. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. Ill Boulu 16 in St., upstairs,
iieaultful prediction absolutely given.
LAW & COLLECTIONS
J. V Macfarlaaa, tW N.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED-Cla-armakere; ( roller n!
hunch breskers: will pav the beet of
prices to a-o out of town; will tend tli-bets.
Adflrcin 11 12, rare of Be. B MKT
WANTED Three men of good personal
appearanee; outside position; steady em
ployment C. F. Adnms Co.. Ml Howard
Bt. B 2J
DRl'fl stm-es bought tnrt told; 'nil clerks
wanted. F. V. Kntest, S24 N. I. 1.
YOINC5 Men for Locomotive Firing.
Freight end Passenger Tmln Braking.
Address By. Dept.. 2u 8. 12th 8t . Omsha.
WANT KP-t Men to learn barber trade: 10
position for every graduate. Top wages
paid. Few weeks complete. Cour In
cludet tools and positions. Can nearly
earn expenses before completing. Call or
w rite Moler Barber College. Farnam
Bt. B M16 Julox
600 TOCNO MEN for ftrenirn and brake-
men; experience unnecessary: firemen
brakemen wt jer month, with rapid pro
motion to engineer or conductor. Hun
dred of position open. Call or write lor
!rtleulr at once. National Railway
Training Aaa'n.. 640 Paxton Blk., Omaha.
Neb. B M.Vtl Aug 1
W A NT ED Cigar makers.
M Anson, Ca-B-M
WANTED-Tennis C. B Havens A- Cos
Yard. 14th and Webster. B MtnH 12
WANTED Putrher Bnd shop man In small
town; references required. Correspond
with Aug. Shss, Beemer, Neb.
FOl'R carpenters for old railway line re
construction work In Minnesota; sieaay
work. Ship free fare today. General
carpenters and tinners for steady work
In factory. Sweney's Etnpt. Co., 2fi So.
Uth St. B-M704
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. We
prepare you for positions. 112 to til
weekly. Busy season now. Positions
waiting. Can nearly earn expenses be
fore finishing. Call or write Molcr Bar
ber College, 1116 Farnam St.
CI,E:RK WANTED Experienced grocery
clerk In general store In Nebraska; Scan
dinavian preferred; must be a salesman,
willing to work and strictly temperate;
give full particulars In first letter In re
gard experience, salary wanted, etc. Ad
dress J 20, care Bee. B MRS 9
TINNERS wanted. F. A. Spencer, 158
Broadway, Council Bluffs. B e3 11
WANTED FEMALE HELP
MIDDLE aged woman for general house
work; good Home and goou wages: na
tionality not considered; t23 4th St.. Coun
cil Bluffs. C-M045
WANTED Experienced shirt makers on
power machines. Howell, Allen Ac Kaun,
Denver, Colo. C M730 Julyl8
WANTED First girl, who Is a good coo;
small family; large salary- Apply 1517
Farnam St. C M974
1824 Farnam St.,
A GOOD cook and laundress, 421 N. 40th;
IS per week; must be good. Mrs. Frank
Parmelee. C M574
WANTED At once, 26 girls for machine
operators at overall and shirt factory.
M. E. Smith A Co., lllh and Douglas.
C iUY 10
WANTED 100 girls of good character' for
the Omaha I mbrella Mfg. Co. Nice clean
eight-hour day work. Call Monday after
8 o'clock at the factory at 24th and Par
ker Sts. C M693 9
DRESS CUTTING and dressmaking taught
by McDowell system. 1623 .mrnam.
' C AW38 A4
WANT experienced overall makers; steady
employment, good wages. Address un
derbill Mfg. Co., Denver, Colo.
C M702 9
WANTED A competent girl; no laundry
work. 824 worthlngton Place.
WANTED A good girl for General house.
work; good wagea. . Apply l i'axton oik.
- C 719 x
TWENTY-FIVE Strong girls for turning
bags. Bemls Omaha iiag to., iitn nml
Jones Sts. C 715 9
QIRL wanted for general housework; 3 In
family; M a week. 25ia Wirt. c 719
WANTED Good girl- for general houxe-
work. Mrs. C B. Horton, 132 North 39th
St. C-M843 II
WANTED A cook, good wages, small fam
ily. 1120 Park Ave. Phone Harney won.
WANTED Hustlers for- Nebraska Cor
poration to visit business men, road
work. Dctiltlon permanent, bond and in
ferences, self sudresaed stamped envtilwp
lor reply, good pay, address n 3t uee.
J 194 July 2
WANTED 150 agents to sell fancy waist
natterns. to make 110 to 116 a day. call
and see us at once. United States Em
broidery Works, 10!Vi 8. 15th St., 2d floor,
room 20-22. We fill mail orders.
FIFTY dollars a month and extras; I will
give for a man of good character as my
agent. Either salesman, farmer, mer
chant or banker may apply. Write Ixck
Box 1625, Lincoln. Neb. J M743 14
EXCELLENT opportunity for experienced
solicitors. 428 Bee Bldg. J M784 x
SEMI-TRAINED NURSE seeks position;
care of Invalid or confinement case after
July 15. Address J 2J Bee.
A M887 llr
H. A. STUROE8. registered attorney; pat
ents; trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
lets successful. 517 N. Y. Life, Omahrv
F. J. LARSON &. CO.. patent lawyers;
patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
BHARPE MACHINE WORKS Patents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, machine work. i4-tl2
B. 10th St. -226
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional Investment Co., 63 Douglas Blk.
Mi TO Aug5
L. H. GARDNER. 511 First Nat. Dunk.
Power plants, manufacturing processen.
Ice plants, tests. Inspection, reports.
. -MOT Jutyl
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
ic per foot. 204 N. 17th St. Tel. Red 814.
WIRE and Iron Fencing, Hitching Posts.
Wire Trellis. Omaha Wire nml Iron
Works. 8-7 Bee Bid. Tel. Red .
- M-".n Jy9
IF Y'OU do not And what you want in this
column, put an ad in and you will soon
get it. Z KI3
130 ACRES improved eastern Kansas land
to exchange for merchandise Clement L.
Wilson. Tribune, Ksn. X M774 ISx
LOST Gold brooch.
Reward on return
In shape of a knot,
to Bee office.
LOST One diamond and sapphire ring Sat
urday night at Omaha Field rlub. Re
turn to Dr. Jensen. Brown block. K'h
and Douglas. Liberal reward.
4TVT-RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. PUllblQ, Una Farnam. 'Phone Doug.
Look Around the House-
Some One of
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 18th and Farnam.
Doug. 611 0. M. E. Haul Trunks
Thurston hotel; rooms $1.50 up per week.
FrRNISHED room In new house; all mod
ern conveniences. 2306 Douglas St.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT Nicely fur
nished, modern room. 131 N. 31st Ave.
E 1 70
FOR RENT 2 or 8 beautiful rooms, rur
nlshed or unfurnished. v.-iy central.
Woodjard Art Co., 518 Broadway. Co.
SI" ITE of three rooms and library suit
able for six gentlemen; also ntnef
rooms; references required. Old Thurs
ton home, 24th and Farnam.
FURNISHED room. 22
!4 Chicago 81.
FINE large, cool modern rooms at "The
near postofflce. 107 S. 17th St.
E M ("58 ix
ONE very nicely furnished room In strictly
firlvate family to one or two respectable
adies; on car line; -ery reasonable. 2
So. 3th St., 1st cottage In Standford Cir
cle. R MKt3 10x
FURNISH ED j00 MS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotei; private dining rooms, cafe.
ROOMS Single or ensulte; ftrst-clnss
board; large lawn; gentlemen preferred.
Tel. Douglas 4284. 24"6 St. Mary's Ave.
F 684 9x
FINE outside rooms; meals if desired. 617
S. IRth St. F M8.T4 10x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CENTRAL; 8 rooms; bath.
Tlxard, 120 N.
Tlxard. 220 N.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 1625. Hchmoller He
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
TTHTTSFS1" H parts of the city. The
110UOU00 F Tjttvig Co., 608 Bee Blug.
TiflTTKlVS'n " Parts cf the city. R.
Rlngwalt, Barker Bk.
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co., pack.
move and store H. H. goods; storehouse,
1120-24 N. 19th. Office, 1511 Farnam.
Tel. Douglas 1569. D 342
WE MOVE pianos. Mnggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. H96. Office, 1713 Web
iter St. D-243
SEE us when shipping household goods to
large cities west. We can save yoj
TOTiii K S'S'tm; : ri?JL
v, ....... - -----
4 or 6-room flats.
FOR RENT J rooms, cltv water. 1S26 N.
17th St. C. M. Bachmann. 436 Paxton 11!k.
' . ' D-972
NEW, modern, 9-room house. West Farnam
district. -Tel. Harney 927. D M3U4
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO.. household
goods stored; dry rooms, low prices.
'I'hone 1052. 1106 Farnam.
D M338 Jul2S
SEVERAL at $12 to $25. Chris Boyer.
22nd and Cuming St.; 'phone Doug. 204 .
A. H. Hennlngs. Harry . Counsman.
Storage and Transfer. Best Storage House
In the City. Immediate Attention Given.
1529-31-33 N. 16th St. Tel. Doug. 4619.
D MX9 Julj'31
QTYlTJAniT' Maggard Van and Storntsu
OlUXkAuL to- Tel. DouBlas-10;::i-14ii
D M6H9 AugS
7-ROOM, all modern house. 208, No. 2th.
COTTAGE, $20 per mo.
2501 Franklin St.
222 N. 25th St., 8-room flat, strictly mod
em. Inquire McCague Investment Co.,
1500 Dodge St. D-7H 9
FOR RENT 8-room modern house on 2th
Bt near Jackson. Good condition. Rent,
$37.60. Will be vacant about Augu.it Int.
M. J. Kennard & Co.. 3o-10 Brown Blk.
FOR RENT 2437 8. 16th St.. cottage, six
rooms and bath, fine condition, $22.00 a
' month. Possession August I. Apply to
T J. Fitrmorrls. room 107, Bee Hliig.
FOR RENT A modem 9-room flat. Samp
son & Sons. 608 Bee Bldg. 'Phone Doug
las 260. D-M812 9
FOR RENT Have applicants to rent cot-1
tajres. nats. lurnisneo. ana uniuriimneu
rooms. List with us. Sampson
bi Bee Bldg.
'Phone Douglas SM0.
2220 CHICAGO, I rooms, modern, $.10. 102
South 3th St., 8 rooms, modern, $4i.
Rlngwalt Bros., 306 South loth St.
D M8ii 9
FjDfl RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
hall building. 417 N. 26th St., South Onw h i.
Apply to manager. 1124
NO EQUAL, laundry, drug store. Ttia'd,
220 N. 23d. 1-MftiS
STOIIE ROOM for rent, 4i 8. 15th, Or
pheum Theater Bldg. Dyball, 151S Dou,j
las. SUITABLE for retail, wholesale or manu
(.Purlin: 22x100: 3 floors and basement
inoi Farnam. Inquire 314 First Nat. Banl;
DESK room in large outside office; all
answer phone for tensnt when absent.
56 Paxton Blk. 1-MS.a 3
GOIifG- to leave Omaha; will sell my au
tomobile (pope-Toledo), together with
canopy top, baskets, etc., at a big bar
gain. The machine is In first-class con
dition. AfarrM J i-, ""'-,.., ...
AUTOMOBILES for rent. Tel. Red .21
Stand Myers-Dillon, 16th and Faxnam.
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR SALE A good Moyer make canopy
top surrey and brass mounted harness at
a bargain. Inquire at 4W15 Capitol Ave.
Tel. Harney 21. P-M7C 11
HORSE, delivery wagon, harnese and some
grocery fixtures. ro. uiu bi.
- M8S H tx
Woodruff Arnold, 113-14 Neville blovjt .
M DO WELL SCHOOL
- MK22Jy 22
Great Western Granite Co. Douglas 21.
Find Something You Don't Want
The Bee's 30,000 Readers Wanl It.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
Full lot. anxl;)0, on Chicago
St., between 21st and 22d, with
small cottage. Cheapest lot In
The Byron Reed Co.,
' 212 S. 14th St.
'Phones Doug. 27 and 29K.
An Ideal Home
Corner lot 50x 75. new, modern, 7 rooms
and large reception hall, bath, furnace, gas,
electric lights, trees, shrubs, lawn, perma
nent walks, two blocks from car. Part
cash, balance cany.
J. H. Dumont & Son
726 N. Y. Life.
'Phone Douglas 12C9.
CHAS. WilHnmarm Hn V. . fax. Bldg.
hi. . . . ist Floor.
STOP PAYING RENT.
8- room modern house on boulevard. .tiio
6-room house, on N. l!Hh. S. of Ohio.. $1,750
5-room house, Ohio. Bet. 19th and 20th. tl. too
9- room house, on Miami, modern $4.5no
10-room house, Kountze Place, modern. 86.00
8-room house. 2515 Emmet 82,100
All on easy terms.
To buy or sell vou should see
Room 3, N. Y. Life. 'Phone D-133.
9- ROOM8. 6 blocks from postofflce, 83U0
cash, balance 135.00 month. 83,500.
10 rooms, two lots, shade, fruit, barn, paved
street, permanent walk, easy payments.
10- room house close to car line, $1,600.
National Investment Co.
RE M 746 9
A flne piece of trackage property, 147x884,
on U. P. track, at 6th and Jones rtra,
813,000 will take It for Immediate sale,
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
THE MIDLAND GUARANTEE AND
Has over 10.000 conies of titles, which en
ahles It to figure lower than any other
ubMtract comnanv in Omaha and turn out
work quickly. Tel. Douglas-829 or call
office, 1714 Farnam. KE-MM4I
FOR SALE FARMS
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
i . r.rlresr ten vein1 time. LIM L(DL
U. P. R. R. Oinaba. Neb.. Dept. "A."
MONEY T0J LOAN CHATTELS
our ciuiJ.oyi: arc wuit lut'or.nuu id
courteous and we aie always pleased to
explain our manner of loans. We tell you
to the cent what the coat will be, and if
you conclude that It will not pay you to
borrow, there is lio harm done.
We loan on lurniluie, pianos, live Block
and other chattels and to salaried peopl
upon their own agreement to pay.
We offer you rates as low as you wi.l
find and our facilities lor quick and con
hdential set vicei, are unauruabsed.
We are the oldest concern in our line in
the city, nnd we always try to please oui
OMAIIA MORTGAGE LOAN
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Phone Doug. 2200.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 310 S.
13th. X 264
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advances private money on chiitlclx or
salary. Easy to Bet no red tape. You
get money same aay asked for at email
cost. Open evenings till 7. X 266
DR. PRIBENOW'S PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, pianos, salary,
horses, etc., in any amount, at less than
half the rate; no red tape; perfect pri
vacy; Immediate attention; on any terms
wanted; payinentB suspended in case of
sickness or out of employment. Room
214 Karbach Blk., 2o9 S. loin St. X 266
MONEY I JAN ED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security; easy pay
ments. Offices In 63 principal cities. Tol-
man. room 714 New York Life Bidg.
FURNITURE, Live Stock, Salary Loans.
Duff Green Loan Co., room 8. Baikcr
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans.
Foley Loan Co., 1504 Farnam St. X--281
and salary loans.
, 633 Paxton Elk.
EAGLE I-oan Office, reliable, acommodat
lng; all business confidential. 1301 Dimy.
EVERYBODY NEEDS IT.
And this Is the place to come and get It.
Don't let money stand in the way of en
joying yourself when It can be so easily
obtained at this office on HOUSEHOLD
GOODS, PIANOS, HORSES. WAGONS,
SPECIAL RATES ON SALARY LOANS.
e have a good proposition to offer those
who winh money to tide them over vaca
tion period. Call and be convinced.
It ELI A BLK CKEDIT CO.,
Jn7-3ii8 Paxton Block.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 16414 Farnam, 6 and iVi
per cent loans on real estate; no delay
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
BUILDING loans on residence property; I
per cent. W B. Meikle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemls,
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead. 1520 Doug.
tl.,OO0 TO I.OAN on business and real
dence property in Omaha; lowest ratei;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, K. 1, N. Y.
WANTED City loans.
R, C. Peters Co.
City V farm loans. O.
F. Carson Co., N Y L.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Ttiomaa, 6ui First National Bank Bide.
LA M.TE- Emma Alnilra. beloved w ife of
Rev. Dr. -Joseph J. l-jimpe, departed this
life Julv R. 1W6.
Funeral services at the home of the fam
ily. 4X24 Davenport sireet, Tuesday, l:to
WITHOUT AN OPERATION ALL kinds
of piles cured Internal, external, oiithi.
bleeding or Itching piles. A guarantee
given in every case treated by Dr. Max
well, who has had twenty-five years' ex
perience In treating piles. Hundreds or
testimonials given on iippllcall in. 524 nee
Bldg.. Omaha. Neb. 'Phone Dotiglns 1424.
U M4t J31
ADHE8IVE, Invisible, harmless, Fstin SKin
powder Is made In four alluring iinia.-
A Dollar for You
Any time before July 4th. 1906. this slip will
be accepted at II 00 down, paymeni im. -$10
purchase of shoes, hats or clothing,
the balance to bo paid as you earn It.
Home Credit Clothing Co.,
1520 Dodge St., Omaha
O. A. LARMON, Mgr.
ANY POOR GIRL in need of a friend call
or write to the matron of tne oaivaiio
Armv Krs.na t. ,r wnmcn at 824 iN . -Ull
St., Omaha, Neb.
TRT KELLY'S Laundry.
Chiropody, R, I t I
YOU CAN RENT
An OLIVER TYPEWRITER with oak
table for fa.oO monthly.
CONVENIENT AT HOME.
' THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER -0..
118 8. 15th St. Tel. Doug. 2? 19.
U M3i J12
PRIVATE confinement home; Mrs. Dr.
King, 2018 N. 21et St. Tel. Doug.
Dyeing and Cleaning, Sponging and Shrink'
lug, only 6c per yard. Send for price list
OOLMAN PLEATING CO..
200 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 3936.
Tel. Doug. 254.
211 S. Uth St.
PRIVATE home during confinement. Mrs.
Uardell, 2.'lt Charles. Tel. Doug. Ull
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off
Jthlng; in fact, anything you do not
Tfv-ed. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. 11th St.. for cost of collecting to the
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Case ef Rallaar Pasatoa,
She was the prettiest patient that they
had had at the Polyclinic In a long lime.
And she knew It, too. Her kimono was an
exquisite creation of Its kind. Aesthetielsm
seemed to rise up In revolt against a cruel
operation upon such a daring daughter of
Eve. But so fate had decreed.
"Get me a yard of ribbon blue ribbon
an Inch wide the next time you go to the
department store," she said to the day
nurse. The day nurse forgot It.
"Please get me a yard of Alice-blue rib
bon an Inch wide." she pleaded with th
niglit nurse, and the night nurse forgot It-
Then her tempersture rose till the ribbon
Wf en, on the dreaded day, she was lifted
to the operating table It was discovered
that she wore white silk stockings with
dainty blue bow-knots tied to the garters.
The secret of the Alice-blue ribbon was re
trealed. "The ruling passion strong In
death," grunted the surgeon but the swre
thing, she dldn t die after all-she was
saved to fashion and to finery'. The stock
Ings came off and the ribbon went Int
the carnage trough before the operation,
however. Philadelphia Record,
DEATH LURES OF WORKMEN
HnmnLif Tai Paid by Iroru to the
PERILOUS TASKS SET BEFORE TOILERS
kyaerapers and Twaaels Eisrt
Hace Toll Brldae Werk Fatal.
Hies Ratitn f Paaania
There goes another lantern!"
How very careless the Workmen are.
That Is the third light lost tonight."
I'wo women, whose apartments were
bout a half mile from the, Eiffel tower,
were Bitting at their window, where they
seated themselves every night during the
enrly summtr of 1888 when work was be
ing rushed on M. Eiffel's daring rroject.
The great steel tower was to be completed
n good season for the exposition, which
was to be opined the following spring.
Nothing, like It had
ever been seen a
iant of steel trusses, lattices and arches
lslng to a height of 3i0 meters. There
eie some who said the scheme was Im
possible of realisation. But the engineer
was determined. The tower would not
nly be finished, but the elevators would
be running to the top when the gates of
the exposition were thrown open. To do
this In the short time allowed only three
ears elapsed between the acceptance of
the design and the completion of the work
It was necessary to put on night forces
Night after night the two women took
their station at their window and watched
he lanterns moving about the high struc
ture, "twinkling , or pulsating like fire-
les. Across the Sflne cattle the feeble
ummlng of the riveters' hammers. And
he women were entertained. The monot
ony of the fairy scene was broken occa
sionally by the fall of a lantern; the women
were charmed. The falling lantern added
drop of excitement to their modest
pleasure. Some nights no lantern was ob
served to fall, and on those evenings the
uiet spectators retired to rest feeling dls-
ucb Inaoeeat Treat.
Other evenings their patience was re
warded by seeing one, two, even three
lanterns seek the earth' by gravity. They
onnted them, compared notes and smiled
with satisfaction. It was 'such an Inno-
ent treat. The lanterns did not cost
above 2', francs, and the sight of their
pasmodlc dropping was highly spectac
One evening while they were engaged
watching the "flight of meteors from the
Eiffel tower," as they called It, a physl-
ian, a friend of the pair, called. They
had Just counted the third lantern ob
served to drop that night. They were un
witting to keep secret the source of their
nightly enjoyment and Informed their vis
itor how they spent their time at their
"Three, you say!" he replied In a voice
of pity. "Is it possible!"
'You alarm us!" cried one of the women.
T am sure there were three."
Pausing a moment as If desiring to pre
pare the ground for his revelation, the
visitor then spoke. "Did you know," he
asked calmly, "that there Is a man tied
to each lantern? Every workman wears
belt around his waist. To this Is at
tached a lamp so that the latter may not
accidentally fall upon those working below,
My dear ladles. It Is not the loss of a
common lantern now and then that has
made your evenings amusing. Tonight, for
Instance, you have seen three souls enter
The women shuddered, and every evening
thereafter they 'carefully drew the curtains
of their window, so that the "flight of
meteors" might pass unobserved.
The Martyrs of Peace
No wonder. they shuddered; the tax prog
ress pays to death Is enough to make any
thinking person uneasy. The cost In human
lives of the wonders of modern civilisation
has never been complied. The totals would
be too appallng, and the world counts the
cost in dollars, for money is the medium of
exchange. There Is something benumbing'
to the senses In the thought that every
skyscraper la a monument to some unfortu
nate workman who has. given his life that
it might be built. There are martyrs of
peace. , No grateful . country remember
them; In fact, no extraordinary efforts are
made to have their deaths recorded. Those
who are killed In battle are heroes. Those
who give their lives In building a bridge,
tunnel, a railroad or a twenty-story build
lng are the victims of progress, which.
like a greedy giant, never falls to levy toll,
It Is a singular fact that no attempt has
been made to give the statistics of accl
dents, fatal and otherwise, which have oc
rurred during the construction of some
great engineering work. Dimensions of
buildings or other structures are given with
much completeness. The time occupied In
the construction and the coat In dollars are
available so far as the majority of the
engineering marvels of modern times are
concerned. The cost In human life is sel
dom referred to. Occasionally the fearful
laughter Is hinted at In an epigram, which
tears away the veil for an Instant
Many efforts are made to prevent the
awful loss of life which accompanies every
huge engineering work. The generous ex
pendlture of money and the employment of
scientific devices and of such helps as the
latest ideal In sanitation and hygiene sug
gest have had their effect. But the engin
eers grow more daring, sometimes too
much reliance Is placed upon the assist
ance new appliances and methods may give,
The engineers of the Slmplon tunnel, just
opened by the king of Italy, have been
cheered by the fact thaf "only eleven
deaths occurred In the works." The Slmp
lon la more than eleven miles long, and
required seven years to drill. The railroad
tunnels in New York, little more than a
mile in length, have lost more than that
number of men In an afternoon.
acrlAers la the Taaael.
The statement ot the engineers of the
Slmplon tunnel that only eleven men were
killed In the works, while It undoubtedly
Is truthful, fails to take Into consideration
the numbers of workmen who contracted
miners' phthisis during the first year the
work was progressing. The contractors
used every device to preserve life th
seemed to promise success, yet msny of
the workmen fell 111. The Blandt drill was
substituted, and as this suppressed dust
the dreadful disease peculiar to men who
delve In the bowels of the earth was ie-
duced to an Inconsiderable quantity How
many workmen returned to their homo
in Italy, Swltserland and France, only to
waste away with the dread consumption
contracted in the tunnels, will never be
It msy be remembered that In boring
this tunnel the longest In the world the
workmen encountered a subterranean liver,
the temperature of which Is U3 degrees
Fahrenheit. Efforts were Immediately
made to render this Injurious torrent in
nocuous, hut even with the temperature
reduced twenty-five degrees by means of
high-pressure wster sprays and the hot
water diluted by means of cold wster from
hydraulic mains, the men hsd to work In
an Intensely hot and humid atmosphere
Coming from this enervating temperature
to the cool air outside the tunnel, th
change was at least weskening. By th
ose of bath houses and graded temperature
rooms nuh of the Ul effects was obviated,
et It was killing work, ai d the tunnel Is
dmltted to have mst a life for every mile
Of lt length.
victims of "the llrnili."
At present seven tnntf l. -f.Mllv fnnr-
een are being driven under tlis Hudson
nd North rlr. In New Yntk. stul the
loss of life so far has hern appalling A
hort time ac the i rew working In on-
Of the beadlliK was Killed by the air
pressure, which hurled It Into the rivet
Such fstallties one hears of. but without
publicity every day several men are it.
moved from the hiKh-prosnrc air locks
ufferlng from "the Im-ihK' They used
to call it caisson fever. l,ut hy any name
It remains one of the most dreadful forma
of debilitating dlse,. that a workman
All of those who are attacked by the
dread disease do not d:e front Its rffrris.
Many think they recover fully. They re
turn to work In the rhumher and become
ccustomed to slight attHiks. I'.tit if tltry
remain long at the work the disease claims
them. They either die a very painful
death or are crippled for the rest of their
lives, going about with twisted limbs. One
who has experienced the shock likens it
lo a jumping toothache or "the worst
rheumatism you ever felt.'' The gravest
feature of the ilisensc Is that physician
have not yet been able to provide a cure.
It usually attacks a limn as be lenves the
lock, where the pressuie is maintained at
from thirty to thlrly-ilve pounds per
square Inch. The normal atmosphere pres
sure Is only fifteen pound per square Inch,
so that ill effects t.pon the human system
from two atmosphere are only to be ex
pected when the men emerge from the com
pressed chamber Into the normal atmo
sphere. The sudden release of pressure
sometimes causes the men to fall uncoji-
sclou from the "bends."
Bat Meat Mast Work.
In the Pennsylvania railroad tunnels In
New Y'ork some of the worst accidents
have occurred. In the looks used tut these
trnnela the compressed air escapes
through the soft mud of the river as the
heading is pushed forward. Every now
and then an airhole Is found and a "blow
out" follows. This Instantly reduces the
pressure of the air In the chamber, Rnd
a fresh supply of air has to be. introduced
great speed to catch up with the es
cape. During this short time the pressu.e
may reach forty pounds or more, and the
effects of the violent fluctuation tell ter
ribly upon the workmen. But the task
must go on. As some men are borne off
to a hospital others are ready to tako
their places. Every expedient that science
has suggested Is being adopted by the
contractors, but victims continue to
perish as a sacrifice to progress.
Disasters at Panama.
Since the Americans have taken charge
t the Isthmus It Is reported that "yellow
Jack" and malaria are kept at a minimum,
nd that the former has almost disap
peared. The difference of method Is best
shown In the figures of the sjovernment's
work. In August last year there were 12,000
men employed digging the canal, and there
were only eight deaths, or two-thirds of a
man per 1.0H). The death rate In the large
cities la greater than that.
The deadly Culebra cut cost the French
company many men when It was begun.
The top soil wsx particularly dangerous
to life. Fortunately, the cut has reached
low strata and this source of Infection Is
now removed. However, the work ss a
whole at the Isthmus has cost more lives
than some wars, and the few continue to
perish tMat civilization may continue to
advance, that the many may enjoy the
boon. Philadelphia Ledger.
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