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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. JULY 10, 1906.
Aavrrtlaeaaeata lor tbeee eelaaaae
will be tulle aaHl It a, (or the
evenlne? ealtlea ana III . at. for
the r miner near edHlaa.
Rat 1 l-e a warst tlret IneerUen,
le a word thereafter. Nothing taken
for ! (baa KM for th Srst !
(Inn. These advert taetneats mast be
Advertlsere, hr reejaesttasj nnaa
tiered rkrtk, eaa have aaewere ad-
of The Bee. Anewera a addraaaed
will be delivered oa preaentatlan at
Evry day la enrollment day. Business,
Shorthand. Typewriting. Telegraphy and
English. Catalogue free. Addreaa H. B.
Boylea. Frea.. Boyles Bldg.. m,MNb-
WHERE TRUNKS ARB MADE.
Trunk ault caaea and shopping baga
Old trunka taken In exchange; repairing.
4,0 N. Kth 8U ,phn9fjSf;
OMAHA Safe and Iron Worka make a spe
cialty of nra earapea, huttejs doors and
aafea. O. Andreen. Prop.. 102 S. 10th Bt
SIGN PAINTING, S. H. Col, 130$ rJg"-
TRY Kelly's Towel Supply.
Tel. Doug. HMO.
Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1911 Farnara.
tl HATS, new shapes. N. 16th St.
ANTI-MONOFOL.X uaroage t,o.,o-f
Tel. Doug. 1779. Rea. 'phone, Doug. 70M.
. . . tin iaH
BLHAS8ER ft BRICE,
Machinists, 117 South 12tli St. Tel., R137.
YALE KEYS !. MI
las M74. R M4t7 juiyio
TYPEWRITERS rented, all makes, $2 60.
Vox TPawnter y;,yl9
j. BUSINESS CHANCES
DoYou Wish to Make a Change
If you have a farm, home, business or
property inai you warn ui nu " ;-.-liatitfA
Uf.uBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO..
Omaha, Neb., or Bioux city, xa.
Y M412 Jy-tl
10-ROOM rooming house, full of roomers;
good location. Address u m, cara oi dm,
private aala of uo-to-dnte drug stock.
Nemaha Co. (aoutheaat Nebraska); well
established; sales from $50 to $75 per day:
auvlae with owner; no trading bilk a, wn
require ubout Io.imq caan. Aaaress
Bee. X-801 Jy
require ubout $6,000 cash. Address H 8,
OOOD. clean stock of general merchandise.
Invoice about $6,000. Tn a good live town
lu central Nebraska, doing a good busi
ness; no trade considered. Ill health
reason ' for selling. Address H S3, Bee.
FOR BALE A painting and paper hang-
lng business which is working from three
to six men the year around; have lots
more work than can be done; wages are
good town of 4,0O; 78 miles from
Omaha, Neb. Address J 11, Bee.
FOR SALS A nobby restaurant in best
town in southern Neb., doing a line
business, but want to move away. Ad
dress J 17. Bee. Y M706 16x
BLACKSMITH shop for sale! a good up-to-
date shop and woodworking plant In good
town. Herman community. Oood set of
maKhliurv. LAArrmn John Krunlur. I
Plymouth. Neb. Y-M70S lOx
INVESTMENT Wa have good Investment J
for small or 4arge- amount ; good proposi
tion for man who can devote part of his
tint to Omaha office. N. P. Dodge &
Co., 1714 Farnam St. Y 813 10
FOR SALE Part interest In publishing
businesev witn or without position in
Omaha: only responsible and reliable par-
Addreaa H 62. Bee
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SODA FOUNTAIN, any alsa 181$ Farnam.
BHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., best mixed
paint. Sherman McConnell Drug Co.,
omatia. y 117
HALL'S sates, new, td-hand.
. Q 218
FOR SALE Empty ink barrels.
J. K. Campbell. Bee mall room.
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the world in
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments. Bruna-
wicH-uaiKe-couenaer, w ar. win Bt.
WE buy everything in the furniture line.
Chicago f urniture Co., 1410 Doage.
CHEAP chicken fence, long flr timbers.
wnue Daaswooa lor Durni work. a n.
MILCH COWS, on easy terms.
SiCND L'8 your mall orders for drua-s.
freight paid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon
urug in., omana, y K
P.EACHES 10.000 fanners; on 100 R. D.
routes for aala. Rural Directory Co.,
fortland. Ore. y 668 Jyl4x
FOR SALE At a bargain, a 1906 Oldsmo-
blle. Just new. Addreaa J 46, Bee.
Q M060 12x
MEDIl'M slue Hall safe; good condition.
n. is... lbwv Farnam. y Mug
CI RRANT8 and cherrtea for sale. L. J.
I hni, oia and Military Ave. Phnne Ben
son lot. - . U-UTUT 14X
mahogany caee, at a
bargain, 18ls Davenport.
FOR' feALIC Counter scales. Ice boxes, cash
ivyiatr. oil tanks; cheap. M So. 13th Bt.
Q MM lOx
FOR SALE Two lartre rugs, slightly worn:
great bargain If sold soon. Addreaa J 26,
e. y am y
FOR SALE Show cases snd fixtures for
millinery . department . cheap. Address J
, Bee. y-;
IF YOI7 do not And what you want In this
column, put an ad tn and you will soon
get U. Z 933
130 ACRES Improved eastern Kansas land
to aachange for merchandise. Clement L.
Wllion, Tribune, Kan.
i ACRES. Improved, one mile from
M acres, Pottawattamie county, Iowa.
8M arrea, Pottawattamie county, Iowa.
160 acrea, Pottawattamie county, Iowa.
aV acres, Pottawattamie county, Iowa.
. For Merchandise
U. 8. BALES BUREAU. Neville Block.
TO EXCHANGE General
rhandlae for land. Add
, Frankfort, Ind.
Z IS lOx
LOeT Geld brooch. In shape of a knot
Reward on return to Bee office.
L04IT One diamond and sapphire ling Sat
urday nlxht at Omaha jneld clutx. Re
turn to Dr. Jensen. Brown block, 16th
and Douglas, i Juv reward.
LOST Pair of gold spectacles, Monday
morning. Reward for return to Drug
Dpt., Boston tftore uaui o 10
JOHNSON Institute. 418 N. Y.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Ogarmakers; t miters and I
bunch breaker; will par the Da 01
prlree to go out of town; will Bend tlrketa.
Address 1 12, cara of bee. B-MS15
WANTED Three snen of good personal
appearance; outside poaltlon; stesay em
ployment. C. F. Ada ma Co.. ItilS Howard
St. B i-
DRUG store bought and aold; drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Knlest, 624 N. Y. L
TOT'NG Men for Locomotive Firing.
Frlht and Passenger Train Braking.
Addreaa Ry. Dept.. 20 S. 12th St.. Omaha.
B 2 JulylO
WANTKD Men to learn barber trade: 10
position for every graduate. Top wage
paid. Fw weeka completes. Courae In
cludes tonla and poaltlona. Can nearly
earn expenses before completing, fall or
write Moler barber College, ill Farnara
St. B M366 Jul6x
Bookkeeper, young man, $40.
Office clerk. $0.
Assistant manager, Mfg. Co.,
Grocery clerk. HO.
Hardware clerk, fi5.
Investigate our plan. Positions secured
WK8TKRN REF. HOISU Ai..
Dept. B, 810-41-42 N. Y. Life Bldg.
600 TOUNO MEN for firemen and brake-
men; experience unnecessary; Bremen i'J),
brakemen $xu per month, with rapid pro
motion to engineer or conductor. Hun
dreds of positions open. Call or write lor
particulars at once. National Railway
Training Aas'n.. 640 Paxton Hlk.. Omaha,
Neb. B M601 Aug 1
WA NTED Cigar makers.
M Anaon. Cas-B-684
per, v y o.
WANTED Teams C. B. Havens A Co s
Yard, 14th and Webster. B-M873 13
FOCR carpenters for old railway line re
construction work in Minnesota; aieauy
work. Ship free faro today. General
carpenters and tinners for steady work
In factory. Sweney's Bmpt. Co., H So.
12th St. B-M704
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. We
prepare you for positions. $12 to JX
weekly. Busy season now. Poaltlona
waiting. Can nearly earn expenses be
fore finishing. Cai' oV write Moler Bar
ber College, 1116 Farnam St.
B M6S9 12x
TINNERS wanted. F. A.
B 883 14
Broadway, Council Bluffs.
MEN with teams, to sell line of medi
cines. Star Med. Co., Charles City, la.
B 891 AugSx
WANTED Oood porter; must be able to
rurnlsh good references. Apply to engi
neer, Hayden Bros, B 813
WANTED FEMALE HELP
MIDDLE aged woman for general house
work; good nonie ana gooa wages; na
tionality not considered; & 4th St., Coun
cil Bluffs. C MS46
WANTEX-Experienced shirt makers on
power machines. Howell, Allen & Kaull,
Denver, Colo. juiyia
vy a l jj. r irnt Kin, wiiv i b""u wiupi.
small iamuy, large aaiaijr. Aii7 vui
Farnam Bt. C M974
UNIGRAPH shorthand. 1824 Farnam St.,
A GOOD cook and laundress, 421 N. 40th;
$6 per week; muat be good. Mrs. FranK
Parmelee. , C M574
Stenographer, private secretary, $60.
Stenographer, Insurance, Sttt.
Call or write for complete list of va-
WESTERN REF. BOND ASSN..
Dept. B, 840-41-42 N. . Y. Life Bldg.
C 917 10
WANTED At once, 25 girls for machine
operators at overall ana snirt taciory.
M. K. Smith Co., 11th and Douglas.
DRESS CUTTINO and dresamaklng taught
by McDowell system. liZ3 farnam.
C M3 .
WANT experienced overall makers; steady
employment, good wages. AddreBs Un-
derhill Mfa. Co.. Denver. ColO.
WANTED A good girl for general house.
work; good wagea. Apply 416 Paxlon Blk.
I J IA
TWENTY-FIVE strong girls for turning
bags, uemia omana nag wo., 11m ana
Jones Bta. C 716 t
GIRL wanted for general housework; I In
family; $4 a week. 2516 Wirt.
WANTED Good girl for general house
work. Mrs. C B. Horton, 132 North syttt
St C M84S 14
WANTED A cook, good wages, small fam
ily, liao "ark Ave. r none tiarney w.
GOOD wages. Tel. Harney 667. 81 80.
17th St. c ss 11
WANTED Olrl to asslat In taking care of
children. Tel. Harney 667. 816 So. 37th Bt.
C 899 11
WANTED-Hustlers for Nebraska Cor
poration to visit business men, road
work, position permanent, bond and re
ferences, self addreseed atamped envelope
for reply, good pay, address H 36 Bee.
J-194 July i
WANTED 160 agenta to sell fancy waist
patterns, to make 310 to it a aay. ian
and aee us at once, lilted States Em
broidery Works, 8. 16th St., 2d floor,
room 20-22. We AH mail orders.
J 685 12x
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 Lock
Box 1526, Lincoln, Neb. J M74S 14
ic.fvts wanted to aell our DODUlar Dol!-
ciea. covering an acriaenia, uiaeaae ana
occupations; something entirely new and
laaued by thia society only; easily under
stood and easily sold; cost but $ per
annum each: large commissions paid Im
mediately and exclualve territory al
lowed. Address National Accident So
ciety, S20 Broadway, New York. Estab
lished twenty years. J
WANTED Ijidy or gentleman of fair ed
ucation to travel for firm of $:'50,000 cap
ital. Salary, $1,072 per year and expenses.
Salary paid weekly and expenses ad
vanced: references required. Address,
with stamp, J. A. Alexander. Omaha.
Neb. J 90s lOx
WANTED A party to sell stock In a flrat
clasa Nevada mining proposition that will
bear the cloaeat Inveatlsatlon; good thing
for right party; Oerjnin or Swede pre
ferred Address J 29. Be. J M919 16
SEMI-TRAINED NURSE " seeks position;
care of Invalid or confinement case after
July 15. Addreaa J 25 Bee.
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR SALE A good Moyer make canopy
top aurrey and hraas mounted harness at
a bargain. Inquire at 4916 Capitol Ave.
Tel. Harney 23U1. P M743 11
HORSE, delivery wagon, harness and some
grocery nxturas. bue bo. uili tit.
GOOD high grade Concord wagon for sale.
2'.'a Seward. r Mls llx
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
ec per foot. M N. litn si. Tel. Rea
WIRE and Iron Fencing. Hitching Poata
Win Trellla. Omaha Wire and Iron
Works, 6u7 Bee Bldg. Tel. Red-fid .
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale
prices, bar on every article. Only nrat
class goods handled. Prompt attention
lu vvery oruer. cciia lor catalogue, a. r.
Karol. 236 Harrison St., Chicago, 111.
MMH. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. lit South 16th St., upataira
Raaultful pretilcuon absolutely given.
Do You Suppose The
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel. 18th and Farnam.
Doug. 611 0. M. E. Haul Trunks
Thurston hotel; rooma $1 60 up per week.
Ft'RNISHED room In new house; all mod
ern convenience!. 23o8 Douglas St.
FOR RENT I or f beautiful rooma, fur
nlahed or unfurnished, very central.
Woodjard Art Co., 618 Broadway. Co.
Sl'ITE of three room and library suit
able for alx gentlemen: also cither
rooma; references required. Old Thurs
ton home, 24th and Farnam.
FURNISHED room. 2224 Chicago St.
ONE very nicely furnished room in strictly
private family to one or two respectable
ladles; on car line; very reasonable. MiO
8o. 13th St., 1st cottage In Standford Cir
cle. E MW3 lex
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 0. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotei ; private dining rooms, cafe.
ROOMS Single or ensuite; first-class
board; large lawn; gentlemen preferred.
Tel. Douglas 4J&4. 24U6 St. Mary's Ave.
F 064 8x
FINE outside rooms; meals If desired. S17
S. 18th St. F-MS34 10X
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CENTRAL; rooms; bath. Tlxard, 220 N.
23d. O M131
CENTRAL, t rooms, bath.
Tlxard. 220 N.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 16if. Schmoller A
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
TTOTTSFSlln u PrU of the city. "The
nUUOIi00i F Davis Co.. 6u8 Bee Blug.
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Bk.
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co., pack,
move and store H H. goods; storehouse
1120-24 N. 19th. Office, 1611 Farnam.
Tel. Douglas 1559. D 242
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van ft Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 14b. Office. 1713 Web
ster St. D 243
SEE us when shipping household goods to
large cities west. We can save you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
CO., 214 N. Sixteenth St. Tel. Doug. 1155.
CENTRAL, 4 or 6-room flats.
FOR RENT- rooms, city water. 1826 :
17th SU C. M. Bachmann. 436 Paxton IV.
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO.. househo!
goods stored; dry rooms, low price
'Phone 1062. 1106 Farnam.
6EVERAL at $12 to $26. Chris Boyei
22nd and Cuming St.; 'phone Doug. 204
A. H. Hennlngs. Harry . Counsma:
Storage and Transfer. Beat Storage Hou
In the City. Immediate Attention Olvni
1629-a-S N. 16th St. Tel. Doug. 4619.
D M389 JulySl
QTfYRAlTlT! Maggard Van and Stora
OlUItiiUrj Co- Tel. Douglae-1039-14!
D M669 Au5
COTTAGE. $20 per mo.
2501 Franklin St.
222 N. 26th St.. 8-room flat, strictly mod
ern. Inquire .McCague Inveatment Co.
1506 Dodge St. D 711 9
FOR RENT 8-room modern house on 28tl
St., near Jackson. Good condition. Rent.
$37.60. Will be vacant about August 1st
M. J. Kennard ft Co., 309-10 Brown Blk.
FOR RENT-2437 S. 16th St., cottage. sl
rooms and bath, fine condition, $2.IK) a
month. Possession August 1. Apply ti
T. J. Fitzmorrls, room 107, Bee Bldg.
LIST your houses, flats and store bulldingn
with us for quick rental. We have a
list of applicant. Sampson ft Sons, Ote
Bee Bldg. 'Phone Douglas 8W0.
D 908 10
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR BUMMER An
elegant 9-room house In West Farnam
district for rent furnished for July. Au
gust, September. Inquire for terms. R.
Peters ft Co.. Bee Bldg. D-M9f7
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
hall building, 417 is. zatn di., bouiu uman:i.
Apply to manager. 1134
NO EQUAL, laundry, drug store. Tlxard.
220 N. u. -.iwv
STORE ROOM for rent, 408 B. 15th, Or-
pheum Theater uiag. uyDaij, isia jjouu
SUITABLE for retail, wholesale or manu
facturing; ZZXluu; a noora ana uaaeiiieru ,
K Farnam. Inquire 314 First Nat. Bank
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 6 and CV,
per cent loana on reat estate; no ueir
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans snd warrants. W.
Farnam Bmltn t-o., itM rrnmoi
BUILDING loana on residence property; b
per cent. w. d. aieiaie, nainao nm.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1620 Doug
11 nMLMO TO IX) AN on business and resl
rienca rroDrtv In Omaha: lowest rales:
no delay. Thbmaa Brennan, R. 1, N. Y.
WANTED City loans.
R, C. Peters ft Co.
City ft farm loana
O. r. Carson Co., N Y L.
LOANS on improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, ova irai jxauonai uana diu.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY. SECOND HAND
FURNITURE, etovea. carpets, clothing
and ahoea. Pay the beat prices. Tef.
Douglaa-S71. N-M600 Augb
WANTED A well Improved farm of ISO to
SM seres, in Kansas. Nebraska or Iowa.
Must be a bargain. Write fully as to
rainfall. Improvements, etc Dr. F. K-
Sjencer. St. Joseph. Ma N tlO lOx
LYNGSTAD High Orade 1907 Calendars,
. ,Amr 8. E. corner lath St. and
a j win c Capitol Ave.
an4 printing. Kotera
Co., U10 Howard,
Tel. Duuglas 3Ml.
Bee Could Keep
Advertisers Unless It
Bee Has Accounts That have Run for
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE
Full lot. 60x130. on Chlcngo
St., between list and 22d, with
small cottage. Cheapest lot In
The Byron Reed CoM
212 8. 14th St.
'Phones Doug. 297 and 29R.
An Ideal Home
Corner lot 60x76, new, modern, 7 rooms
and large reception hall, bath, furnace, g.is,
electric lights, trees, shrubs, lawn, perma
nent walks, two blocks from car. Fart
cash, balance easy.
J. H. Dumont & Son
736 N. Y. Life.
'Phone Douglas 12C9.
$2,500 TO $3.o00 WILL BUY
Any one of a number of
choice homes. See this list:
Just north of Kountxe
riaco, full lot, 8-room house,
sewer connection, sinks, laun
dry, Inside water closet, fruit,
$16 a month rental. In excel
lent repair. Only $2,500.
On Manderson, west of 24th,
beautiful 7-rootn modern cot
tage, shndy lot. In best re
South part of city, 2 lots,
comer, south and east front,
7-room house, modern except
furnace, good repair, fine
shade, beautiful view. Only
$3,000; cash down, $500, bal
Near 2Sth and Charles. 63
feet east front, splendid .
view, new 8-room house, all
modern except furnace. $3,000.
Brown Block. Douglas 1950.
FARNAM, EAST OF 24TH.
2! feet, vacant $4,500
66 feet, vacant 12,000
6e feet, with 3-story brick . 21,000
22 feet, 3-story brick; consider 7,000
HARRISON & MORTON.
912-91S N. Y. Life. Tel. Doug. 314.
RE 890 10
EAST front lot on 36th, close to Farnam,
for sale cheap to any one who will build
STRINGER, 631 Paxton Block.
.'Phone Douglas 4327.
1GHTLY LOTS JUST WEST OF FORT
OMAHA. NEAR AMES AVE. CAR LINE.
M TO $150; $10 DOWN, $5 PER MONTH:
NO INTEREST, NO TAXES. FREE
DEED TO YOUR HEIRS IN CASE OF
DEATH. WILL SHOW YOU ANY TIME.
'. S. SALES BUREAU, 304 NEVILLE
RE 896 15
Williamson Co., 5tlo?r,d-
. RE 4S$
fine piece ef trackage property, 147x181,
on U. P. track, at bth and Jones Bta.
112.000 will take it for Immediate sale.
Room 1, New York Ufe Bldg.
'HE J. FRED KERR COMPANY'S AB
STRACTS OF TITLE are the safest. You
are protected by a $10,000 bond against
loss by errors. You don't buy a law auli
when you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1008 N.
Y. Life Bldg. 'Phone Don. 224 1. HE
Desirable Home Close In
3.500 for 8-room, modern houae, near 28th
and Dewey avenue, all modern, oak fin
ish, gas, electric light, full cemented
basement, laundry, furnace heat and In
M condition: east front; paving paid In
- water rent. Spe
cial price for quick sale.
GEORGE & CO.,
1601 FARNAM ST.
For a i.v . .act company to make your
title from the beginning. We bave your
title already pn our books and can make
an abstract on short notice at low price.
MIDLAND GUARANTEE AND TRUST
1714 Farnam Street.
RE 912 10
Make an offer
Samnson ft Sons,
6H8 Bee Bldg.,
'Phone Douglas 3860,
10-room house at
1412 North 29th St.
RE 904 10
Houses, flats, store buildings, halls, track
age and acreage in Omaha and South
SAMPSON ft SON8.
608 Bee Bldg. 'Phone Douglas 3X60.
R E ! '2 10
FOR SALE FARMS
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS, UNION PACIFIC
is closing out Its lands In western Ne
braska, Colorado and Wyoming.
From $3.00 to $5.00 per acre.
Take advantage of the low prices snd
easy ' terms offered, the opportunity will
soon be gone.
Special excursion rates to the lands.
For further Information apply to
UNION PACIFIC LAND AGENCY.
$1 South 15th St., Omaha, Neb.
1,800-ACRE Wyoming ranch. acres Irri
gated, good Improvements, near markets,
plenty water, cheap for cash.
U. 8. SALES BUREAU, 304 Neville Block,
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Ksnaas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low pcicea; ten years' time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. R. Omaba, Nb-. Dept. "A."
CUT-RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbln. 1606 Farnam. 'Phone Doug.
LAW & COLLECTIONS
J. M. Macfarland. W N. Y. L. Bldg. TeL
Ia HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. TeL Doug.
Gave Good Results?
WITHOUT AN OFER.i'iON-ALL kind
of pilos cured internal, external, blind,
bleeding or Itching piles. A guarantee
given In every case tieuted by Dr. Max
well, who has had twenty-live years ex
perience In treating pllna. Hundreds of
testimonials given on application. 6.'4 Bee
Bldg., Omaha, Neb. '1'lione Douglas 1424.
FAIR, healthy, satin skin bestowed by Satin
akin cream and Satin Kln powder. 'Ac
OMAHA Steam Paste Co. mnnufacturee
nure tour caste. Z31U turning. xui.
ANY POOR GIRL In need df a friend cnll
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army home for women at 3824 N. 2Uli
St.. Oniuha, Neb. U M100
TRY KELLY'S Laundry.
DR. RpY, Chiropody, R. I St J. 1505 Far
YOU CAN RENT
An OLIVER TYPEWRITER with oak
table for $3.00 monthly.
CONVENIENT AT HOME.
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO.,
116 S. l&th St. Tel. Doug. 2L"1.
U M3ia Jyl2
PRIVATE confinement home; Mrs. Dr.
King, 2018 N. 21st St. Tel. Doug.
PI F A T I N fx ButtonsRucning,
I LLn I in W Embroidering,
uyriug and Ci-anin, Sponging and bnruik
uig, only 6c per yard. Send lor price hat
(iOLMAN PLEATING CO..
.i0 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1936.
Tel. Doug. 254.
211 S. 11th St.
PRIVATE home during conllnement. Mrs.
Gardell. 2216 Charles. Tel. Doug. 5311
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off
M'tnlua; in fact, anything you do not
Tried. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
xn. inn M., tor cost or collecting to tue
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4136 and
wagon will call. U fill
FREE medical and surgical treatment nt
Crelghton Medical College, 14tn nn.l
Davenport Sts. Special attention paid
to cotiunement casea. All treatment su
pervised by college professors. 'Phone
Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or nlKht.
THE City Garbage Co. Oltlce. 14th and
Leavenworth Sts. Tel. Douglas 1387.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 72S First Ave., Council Bluffs,
la. TeL 774. U-Z12
SURVEYING, Bllckenederfer. 812 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Blk.
SYRINGE8, rubber goods, by mall; cut
prices. Send for free catalogue. Myers-
union urug v;o., umana. Li 280
WANTED, to know the name and address
01 formerly Miss Rosle Mltchel; was
adopted by an Omaha family from
Mother Jewel's Home, York, Neb.; sub
sequently married and supposed to be
now living in Omaha. If this meets hor
eye please correspond with H. J. Bash
man, 142 Clark St.. Aurora, 111. This
may be or great interest. U 892 lOx
MAGNETIC Osteology, female weak
jjiauituiiw neM treated. Mrs. Rlt
tenhouse, 410 N. 16th St., room 2, 2d floor.
U M5SJ JylO
wis sewing machines at $1 per
week: .we sell second-hand machines $6
up. Nebraska Cycle Co., corner 16th and
Harney. Tel. Douglas 1663. U 286
DR8. VOGEL, private hospital for women
and for ladies before and during confine
ment, zsis a. JJtn bt.. Omaha, Neb.
Grnir TTnir restored to Its youl
ray xiair and loM Wa' ug
r lotions. 216 N. 22d. U
use no dyes
Massage, 41$ N. 16tb St.,
aeconu noor, room z.
U M149 Jy2S
MARCEL WAVE, manicuring, facial mas
sage. lAiue Bryant, sis Bee Bldg.
U M148 Jy26
Halrdresslng, manicuring, massaging. We
use exclusively latest appliances.
LADIES, if despondent or In trouble are
given sympathy, counsel and aid. Room
z. 321 bo. iitn Bt., Omaha, Neb.
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Grey's Nerve
Food Pills '$1 box, postpaid. Sherman ft
Mcuonneu urug Co., Omaha. 2S7
DR. PRIES. Wlthnell Blk.. 15th and Har
ney, room 3. Treats successfully diseases
snd Irregularities o' women, recent or
long standing, uoug. 3768 649
One 14 horsepower, air-cooled Knox Tour
inc Car. in fine condition, I7UU.
One 10 h. p. aide entrance Cadllae Touring
(jar. nne conaition. kib.
One Model ti. Rambler, Z-cy under, 18 h. p..
canopy top, side curtains, glass storm
front and side touring baskets. 11 M.
One single-cylinder, 10 h. p. Rambler Run
about, recently overhauled, Ja.
One brand new Cadllae Touring Car. $850.
One 14 ti. p., double-cylinder, 4-passenger
One side entrance, 18 h. p. Surrey, type 1
Kamoier, in A-i conaition. t.
One 19u6 Orient Buckbosrd, good shape, $226.
One 3a n. p. Royal lounat, line shape, with
top: cost new .i,joo; now 11, iw.
One 1903 Olds Runabout, new tires. $250.
One 1906 6tevens-Duryea, 4-passcnger, with
top; good shape; list 11,300; now i,u0.
Or.e 1904 2-cyllnder Wlnton, excellent con
One 1906 White Steamer, with top, almost
H. E. FREDRICKSON.
16tb and Capitol Ave M397
GOING to leave Omaha; will sell my au
tomobile (Pope-Toledo), together with
canopy top, nasxets, etc.. at a big bar
gain. The machine is In first-class con
dition. Address J 12, care Bee.
AUTOMOBILES for rent. Tel. Red 7226.
Stand Myers-Dillon, 16th and Farnam.
H. A. BTT.'RGES, registered attorney; pat
enta; trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
less auccessiui. ou.r. 1. lAit, umana.
F. J. LARSON ft CO.. paten
patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
EHARPE MACHINE WORKS Patents
procured, inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, macnine worn, eut-a
6. 10th St. 226
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. N't
tional Investment Co., 63 Douglas B1U.
L H. GARDNER. 511 First Nat Buna
Power plants, manufacturing processes,
Ice plants, teats. Inspection, reporta.
Woodruff ft Arnold. 311-14 Neville bk .
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EVERYBODY NEEDS IT.
And this la the place to come and get It.
Don t let money stand in me way 01 en
joying yourself when It can be so easily
obtained at this office on HOUSEHOLD
GOODS, PIANOS, HORSES, WAGONS,
SPECIAL RATES ON SALARY IA1ANS.
We have a good proposition to ofr those
wno wish minify to tine tnrm over vaca
tion period. Call and be convinced.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
3U7-308 Paxton Block.
Our empioyea are well Informed
courteous and we are always pleased 10
explain our manner of loans. We tell you
to the cent what the cost will tie. ana n
you conclude that It will not pay you to
borrow, there Is no harm done.
YS c oan on lurniture. pianos. live stock
and other chattels and to salaried people
upon their own agreement to pay.
v e oner you rates as low as you win
find and our facilities for uulck and con
fidential services are unsurpassed.
We are the oldest concern 111 our line in
the city, nnd we always try to please our
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN
119 Board of Trade Bldg. 'Phone Doug. 22.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, norses, cows, etc. J. r. neea, o.
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advances private money on chattels or
salary. t-Aey to gei-no reu ww. xuu
get money same day asked for at small
cost. Open evenings till 7. X 2b6
CHATTEL and salary mans.
Credit Co., 633 Paxton Blk.
EAGLE Loan Oflice, reliable, acommodat-
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Doug.
DR. PRIBENOWS PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, pianos, salary,
horses, etc.. In any s mount, 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
214 Karbach Blk., 209 8. 15th St. X 256
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security; easy pay
ments. Offices in 63 principal cities. Tol
man, room 714 New York Life Bids.
FURNITURE, Live Stock, Salary Loans.
Dun ureen Loan Co., room a,- iiaiKor
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans.
Foley Loan Co., 1&04 Farnam Bt. A. -61
Great Western Granite Co. Douglas 6821.
SIDEWALKS All kinds; licensed. A. R.
Hoel, 21(13 Webster. Tel. Doug. 404.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNION STATION TENTH AND HARM
a 8:1$ pm
a 6:10 pm
a 1:80 am
a 6:10 pnt
a 8:30 pm
a 7:44 am
a 4:60 pm
b 1:00 pm
.a 9:40 am
The China and Japan
Fast Mall a 4:15 pm
Colo, ft Calif. Bx a 4:16 pm
California ft Ore. Ex... a 4:25 pm
Los Angeles Limited. ... all :sn am
Fast Mall a 1:66 pm
Colorado Special a 7:46 am
North Platte Local a 8:10 am
Beatrice LocaV D 1:16 (tsu
Cklcagro ft ftartexwestarat.
Local Cedar Rapids ....a 7.06 am a 6:00 pm
Chicago Daylight a :l0 am 11.30 pm
Chicago Limited a M pm 1:16 am
Carroll Local a 4:32 pm 9:60 am
St. Paul Faat Mall ....a: urn 7:u6 am
Sioux C. ft St. V. Local, b 1:09 pm a 9:36 am
Fast Mau 1:30 pm
Chicago Express a 6:6v pm a 7:30 am
Chicago Lluilted all:00 pm U :16 am
Norfolk ft Bonesteel ....a 7:uam 10:86 am
Lincoln ft Long fine ..a t:u am i: am
Casper ft Wyoming ....a 3:09 pm a 6:06 pnt
Deadwcod ft Lincoln ...a 8:00 pm 6:06 pm
Hastings ft Albion b 1:0k pm . 6:06 pnt
Fremont-Albion D :U3 pm DU:4U pnt
Chicago Local all:80 am 1:46 pia
Chicago Great W eater at.
6L Paul ft Minneapolis. 8:80 pm 7:10 am
St. Paul ft Minneapolis. 7:46 am 11:10 an
Chicago Limited 6:40 pm 9:00 am
Chicago .xpreas T:46 am 11:60 pnt
Chicago Express :u pm 3.3v put
Chicago, Mllwaak.ee a U PaavL
ChL ft Colo. Special. ...a 16 am a T JO an
California ft Ore. Jx. . .a :48 pn a l:lu pro
Overland Limited a : im a 1:30 am
Marlon ft Cedar R. Loc.b 6:46 am bll;U0 pm
Chtcaaro, Rock lalaart aV facile.
Chicago Limited a 3:26 am a 7:10 am
Iowa Local a 7:'J0 am a 4:30 pm
Chicago Mail a 8:15 am al0:10 pm
lowa Local 013 :1b pm b 1:66 Dm
Chicago (Eastern Exp.).a 4:06 pm a 1:46 pm
Cnlcaao iiowa Limucdj.a :ie piu aXiuu
Rocky Mounta'o Llm..a 7:20 am a 1:16 am
Colo, ft Cal. Express. ..a 2:01 pm a 1:66 pm
Oal. ft 'luxes h,iLO a 4:40 pm U3:tsj pin
Colorado Fast Mall ...tl0:10 pm a 1i ate
a dally, b daily except Sunday.
Chicago Expreus a 1:00 am a lr6 pm
cnlcaao iimitea a :UU pm a lM ant
St. Louis Express a 1:30 pm a 1:4 am
St. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffaj a 1:16 am al0:30 pnt
Stanberry iocal (front
Council Bluffs) b f :00 pm bU:Maa
St. Louis Express .....ta 1:00 am a (:M pnt
K, C. ft 61. L. lkxpieaa.all:16 pm a k.uD piu
BtVRLINUTON STATION 10TH ft HllO.l
a 3: Mat
a 6:10 pm
a :oe am
a 6:30 pm
a J :4v pm
a 1:06 are
t :) am
a 1:10 ant
a 6:30 a is
a 1 :U) pm
a 7:26 am
a 7:26 am
a :46 am
a t l pa
Denver ft California.... a 4 io pm
Black Hills a 4.10 pm
Northweat Special a 4:10 pin
Nortbweat Express all; 10 pm
Nebraska Express.. .....a :i0 am
Nebraska Locai a liUuani
Lincoln Local '
Lincoln Faai Mail b 1:00 pm
Ft. Crook ft Plattsm'h..b 2:60 pm
Bellevue ft Plaitam h..a Lit, pm
Bellevue ft Pao. June. ..a tiSO am
Bellevue ft Pac. Juno. ..a :lu am
Shicago Special a 7:2 am
hi cub o Lxpraaa a 2:45 p-
Chicago Flyer a ' pm
Iowa Local 1:16 m
Et. Louis Express a 4:4. pm
Kansas Clty-St Joe....al0:46 pm
Kansas C'iiy-bt. Joe. ...a S:15 am
Kansas Clty-St. Joe. ...a 4:46 pm
WEBtTEB DEPOT X3TH 3k WEBSTER
Pa a I. MJ......1L
Twin City Passenger.. .b (:3u am
Sioux City Passenger... a l:0u pin
Emerson Local b 6:20 pm
Emerson Local e a:6 am
b a :10 pm
b 1:10 am
Nebraska Local. via
Weepln Water ...b 1:60 pm bU:t pts
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday. 4 Dally
except Saturday, e Sunday only. Da III
anchor uni c. a nan, rraAMSHirs.
KXW YORK. LONPONbKKBT AMU OLkiO.
MEW tOBk, rALCkMU AND naflb
Supsrier ccaaaomnaii. SAcaiiaai twaiM. Taa
ssailort el T't r caraJuilf coasiOM4. Slas.t
er rauaS-uls iumls Iwmi Iwmii hmm lark s
Scoti-a. aoaiisa. irisk a4 ail saoipsl jmihmj
r i lata at aiuaotlva astaa. M4 lar fcwoe at Ta
ur licssta or sarai Inlotmatwa ayaLjr ta aaf
local asal a tha Aacaar Iau: i f uuliatMj
BROS.. Has' I Asm i. taiaaae. UL
Qcandinavian American Line
V Largs fast '1 via 8era faaaaarar bUaatart
NORWAY, SWEOLN and DENMARK
SalUr.g from New York at noon.
1st rabla 10 00 and apwarda. M Cab I a 147 W
IMTED STATES Jul? II. Au. M
OaVAB II Au. I. apt. II
C r TIKTOEN A us . tl.pt. M
HXLJ.IO Ol-AV Au H. tapL 17
For Ttrarta applr to looai Atantu, ar to
A. K. JOll.MO.V, 1 straaaavav, A. V.
LAMTE Emma Almlra. beloved wife ef
Rev. Ir Joseph J. Lampe, departed this
life July 8, !'..
Funeral services at the home of the fam
ily. 4S24 Davenport street, Tuesday, 1:34
CROPS ALONG THE BURLINGTON
Conditions Above (he Average,
Thoaah Urawbarka Exlet
Here aad There. '
The crop and soil report of the Wyoming
district of the Burlington road for the week
ending July 7 shows the winter wheat on
the Alliance division ready for harvest and
the spring wheat looking well. Oats on
this division have made favorable rrogress
during the last week. Corn has been doing
nicely, although the weather was a little
cool. Potatoes are being marketed and the
crop Is of good quality. Grasses and
ranges are good.
On the Sherldnn division the wheat is be
ginning to head and prospects are good for
a heavy yield. Oats have been a rowing
fast, have good stand and prospects for a
good yield. The potato crop Is large and
In fine condition. Meadows and pastures
are In good condition, although they ar
beginning to cure. Light rainfall during
the last week and the soil Is still In good
Wheat Is now being harvested on the
east end of the Sterling division and aeems
to be well filled and of a good quality, but
as a general thing Is very light on the
ground and will only make about 60 per
cent of a crop. There Is a larger acreage
than last year and farmers expect better
averages per acre.
Oats have been making good progress,
but need moisture on the east end of the
division. From Curtis east the corn Is do
ing nicely, considering the small amount
of rain. From Curtis west It Is a little
backward because of cool weather. Pota
toes are doing nicely and a good crop Is
expected. Both the first and second plant.
Ing of beets are growing fine and with fa
vorable weather will make much better
crops than last year. Pasture Is In good
shape considering the small amount ef rain.
Both tame and wild grasses are making an
RECEIPTS AT FIELD CLUB
Thirty Thoaaand Dollars Paaaes
Through Haads ( Treaaarer
la a Year.
Outsiders, and In fact many 1 of the
members of the Field club wh6 have
never had a place on the finance commit
tee, have no Idea of the amount of money
which passes each ' year through the
treasury of the club. Perhaps they would
be astonished If told that the annual re
ceipts were about 130,000, but such is
the case. About $14,000 is received each
year In dues and fees, and the receipts of
cafe and bowling alley are something rtke
16,000 annually. One of the big days.
was the Saturday before the Fourth
July, when 1490 was' taken In at the ea
and the bowling alleys.
The club Is not run as a money-making
proposition, of course, and when expenses
are paid there Is but little of the $30,000
left at the end of the season. The cafe
Is calculated to pay expenses and no more,
and, owing to the large number of
waiters employed and the good meals
served, that la about all it does.
MONEY G0ESINREAL ESTATE
Fortone Made la Coraer Fralt Stand
Invested la New BaUdlnge
" L. DeOristlan has taken out permits for
the erection of three 12,000' " cottage at
Forty-first and California streets.
Mr. DeChrlstlan has made a fortone from
the sale of frutt at his little store at the
northeast corner of Sixteenth and Dodge
streets and It Is all Invested In Omaha real
estate. He owns a row of flats valued at
$26,000 on Twenty-fifth street. Just north of
Farnam street, and has a number of cot
tages In various parts of the city, the ren
tal from which brings him a good Income.
Mr. DeChrlst'an came to America years
ago from the other side of the Atlantlo
with nothing but a strong body and a wilt
to work. For years he has kept the store
at Sixteenth and Dodge, and It has made
htm Independently wealthy. He believes
In the future of Omaha and will continue
to Invest his money In real estate here.
NO. 353-WHKiiE LINEN AND BILK
The popularity of the separate waist ren
ders the fancy collar and belt prominent
features of the costume. Never before
have the accessories been so attractive as
now, and those made at home by the In
genious woman are the beet. Here are
belt and collar of unique and charming de
sign. White linen and a dark blue taffeta
composed them, the linen forming the top
portion of the collar and the under part
of the body. The Idea Is not only attrac
tlve and new, but very practical, as the
part of each which Is subject to most soil
and wear la the washable part. These are
easily made by snyone at borne and need
only unbuttoning to separate silk from
linen. French knots adorn the edge of the
silk tabs on the collar and three small
buttons finish the back of the belt. Pongos
ss well as a variety of combinations might
be used for these ti go with any costume.
T;. '-eights .d of silk and the same of
linen 34 Inches wide are needed for the
6363 One size.
For the accommodation of The Omaha
Bee readers these patterns, which usuaUy
retail at from 26 to 60 certs, will be fur
nished at a pomlral price (10 cents), which
covers all expanses. In order to get a pat
tern enclose 10 cents, giving number and
name of pattern wanted and buat measure.
As the patterns are mailed direct from tbe
publishers In New York, It will regilre
about a week's time to fill tbe order. Ad
dress: Pattern Departmeatt Tat) 4saatia
Bee, Omaha, NeU
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