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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, JULY 16, 190(5.
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Every day la enrollment day. Business,
Shorthand, Typewriting. Telegraphy and
English. Catalogue free. -Address II. B.
Boyies, Pres. Hoylee, lildg , Omaha. Neb.
WHERE TRUNKS ARE MADE.
Trunk, autt ranee and shopping bags. Old
trunks taken in exchange ; repairing.
FUELING A BTE1NLE.
10 N. 16th St. 'Phone Doug. -4995.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Work make a spe
cialty of flra escapes, ahuttera, doors and
safes. O. Andreen, prop.. 103 8. 10th Bt.
SIGN FAINTING 8. H. Cole. 1302 Douglas.
TRT Kelly Towel Supply. Tel. Doug.-SfSO.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning- Co., 11 Farnam.
ANTI-MONOPOLT Garbage Co., CI N. 16th.
Tel. Doug. -1779. Res. 'phone Doug.-7(l.
ELSA88ER A BRICE.
MschlnlsU, 217 South 12th Bt. Tel. 6R37.
TYPEWRITERS ranted, all makes. 12 10.
Fox Typewriter Co., 1222 Farnam.
R M5B4 Julylt
. BUSINESS CHANCES
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DoYou Wish to Make a Change
If you have a farm, home, business or
property that you want to sell or ex
change write us.
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO,
Omaha, Neb., or Sioux City, la.
10-ROOM rooming house, full of roomers;
good location. Address U 64. rare of
Bee. , Y M768
PRIVATE sale of up-to-date drug stock,
Nemaha Co., southeast Nebraska: well
. established; sales from 250 to 175 per
day; adviso with owner; no trading
stock; will require about 15,000 cash. Ad
dress H 8, Bee. Y 801 21
176.00 B17Y8 confectionery, bread, cake, pie,
milk depot, cigars and tobacco; laundry
agency: present occupant desires to leave
city. Call at 237 Ames Ave. Y Ml 16x
FOR BALE at a bargain, a modern bakery
and confectionery, one of the bast In
southwestern lows; 4.000 population. Ad
dress K 2, care Bee. Y-M994 llx
TAYINO newspaper for sale In town of
600; better come and see it If you wain
a bar gain. Address K 1. care of Bee.
DENTAL opening- and outfit for sale; only
dentist, county seat 1,100, eastern Ne
braska; 2300 cash: Is less than Invoice;
want to sell at once. Address K 22, care
Bee. Omaha, Neb. Y-M248 17x
FOR SALE Newspaper and Job printing
cm re In southeastern Nebraska county
seat; can give good terms to reliable
party or one or two responsible, practical
printers; office completely furnished. Ad
dress K 14, care Bee. Y-M246 17
FOR SALE Well paying; cigar store: must
be sold at once; leaving city on account of
poor health; snap If taken quick. Address
tlgar more, era N. Z4W, Bouth Omana.
- i I M163 If
TWO LUMBER YARDS
In jrood Nebraska town for sale; would
take part cash.
In good German and Bohemian locality, for
sale, cash or bankable paper.
U. S. SALES BUREAU,
204 Neville Block, Omaha.
INTERVIEW desired with sober man
that can stand prosperity; one-half in
terest In business requiring two men to
Handle; ran show larger returns for
Investment than any business In Ne
braska: strictest Investigation solicited:
1600 and servlcos required. Address K
y. Bee. M282 lx
BAKERY, restaurant and lodrlns. onlv
bakery In town of 1.200, for sale owing to
v sickness. Address K 24, Bee.
EXPERIENCED stock broker, first class
telegrapher, would like to meet reliable
party, witn view to forming partnership.
stock brokerage bualnes. , Omaha. Ad
' dress K 37. Bee. Y M3i3 lx
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
We Must Close Out
Regardless of cost, fifty square pianos,
Including Stelnway, Chlckenng. , Kim
ball, Decker Bros., and many others; all
1 ranging In price from 226.00 to 1100.00;
i terms, 11.00 to 26.06 rash and 22.00
SCHMOLLEIt & MUELLER
1311-13 Farnam St.
Tel. Douglas 162S.
Q M27 21
SODA FOUNTAIN, any site. 1812 Farnam.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., best mixed
pim. eherman at McConnell Drug Co.,
urn ha. (,217
HALL'S safes, new, td-hand.
FOR SALE Empty Ink barrels. Inquire of
J. R. Campbell, tne mall room. y 643
FOR 6ALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the woria In
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments, ksruna-A'luk-Ealke-Collender,
407 H luth St.
WR buy everything In the furniture lint.
Chicago Faruituia Co., JiiO Dodge.
, ' w uo
CHEAP chicken fence, loug fir timbers,
white baaswood for burnt work. JX S.
MILCH COWS, on easy terms. 43d and
Center. . if 14
SEND US your mall orders for drugs;
freight paid on 310 lots. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., OroaJia. Q Ui
MEDIUM slse Hall safe; good condition.
H. K.. ! Farnam. y-Mou
y5 00 PIANO (credit), for sale cheap.
Call at ;' Dee Bldg. g a
A THOROUGHBRED Jersey hull for sale
I12 S. 26th Ave. Q MstsS lx
TWO 20 plsnos feredit) for sale cheap,
Call SI 10 8 Kth Bt. Q-130 30x
PEACHES AND APPLES If you wish
ctttser, write Forest Hill Fruit Farm
(growers). Falls City. Neb. Q M248 16
2f,0t PIANO (credit) for sale cheap. Call
at CM Bee Bldg. U 4
UPRIGHT piano, mahogany
bargain. lli Davenport Bt.
oase, at a
Q M2S2 Us
2W0 CREDIT on Baldwin Piano Ce.. won on
centeat. U1T 8. X7ih St. Q-21 lfx
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUT. SECOND HAND
f t H l l i.tii, etgvcs, carpets, oluihln,
and shoes. Pay the baet prlcee. Tel
Deuglas-;i. N MM Ausl
WANTED Te buy, 6-room all modern oot-
aae, tocaiea norm; state prioe and terms.
J serees J-ti, Ba. tHU lis
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Cigar mskers; 2 rollers and f
Clinch breakers; will pay ine pesi ci
prices to go out of town; will Send OcHets.
Address H u, csre or tie.
DRl'O stores boughrf and sold; drug clerks
imia. r. v. jvniesi, e o.. i.
00 TOI'NO MEN for firemen and brake-
men; experience unneceeeary: Bremen i'x,
brakemen 10 per month, with rapid pro
motion to engineer or conductor. Hun
dreds of positions open Call or write for
particulars at once. National Railway
Training Ass n., 640 Paxton Blk.. Omaha,
Neb. BMSnl Augl
WANTED Cigar makers. M. Anson. Css-
per, wyo. a m Augix
FOl'R carpenters for old railway line re
construction work in Minnesota; steaay
work. Ship free fare today. General
rsrpenters and tinners for stsady work
In factory. Sweney's Employment Co.,
20 B. lith Bt. B M704
MEN with turn), to sell line of medi
cines. Star Med. Co., Charles City, la.
B 191 Augtx
WANTED Competent operating engineer
to take charge or electnc ngnt ana ice
plant. Grand Island Electric Co., Grand
Island, Neb. B M987 1
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; the
advsntsges we offer save years of ap
prenticeship, positions waiting: top
wages; the rush for barbers never mm
great; special offer now. Call or wrlto
Moler Barber college, 1116 Farnam St.
B Mill auglx
WANTED A single man to work about
house and barn. Apply to Lonara Ever
ett. 12 Pearl Bt.,. Council Bluffs, la.
WANTED Two galvanised Iron cornice
workers. Globe cornice Yt orxs, remom,
Neb. B--12S IS
MEN wanted for harvest fields; 8. Dakota;
special rates; ship dally Iroin ,!. Hon
ery's. Ill 8. 14th Bt.
Restaurant for sale on easy terms to
right parties. Ed Rotnerj in 8. inn,
Hrhlttl No. 2. B M 122 21x
CIVIL SERVICE Want young men to
prepare. See Underhlll, W20 rJortn ztn.
WANTED Good all around country
prnter. Position permanent. Man wltn
small family preferred. Babcock tc
Johnson, Cbappell, Neb M168 17x
LARGE manufacturer desires sen-Ices of
first-class specialty man. Appucams
must be between the ages of 26 snd 40,
fair educa.tion. and selling expe.lence.
must now be employed. Cheap man need
not apply. Address K 36, Bee.
B MS26 17x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
MIDDLE aged woman for general house-
wors ; gooa nonie nuu iuuu c b , im-
tlonallty not considered; B28 4th Bt., Coun
ell Bluffs. C M946
WANTED Experienced shirt makers on
power machines. Howell, Allen A Kaull,
Denver, Colo C M7W)Julyl
WANTED First girl, who Is a good cook:
small family; large salary. Apply lfil7
Farnam Bt. C-Mi4
UNIGRAPH shorthand, 1824 Farnam Bt7,
Omaha. C-M2S9 July27
DREBB CUTTING and dressmaking taught
by McDowell eyaieni. ivt remain.
C M63ii A4
WANTED, a good girl for general house
work, small family. Mrs. H. McClanahan,
1312 N. 40th St. C M904
WANTED A good cook. 632 8. JTth St.
WANTED Good general housework glrli
16 per week. 2610 Dewey Ave.
v C MISS i
LOST Gold medal; please return and re
ceive reward. Locust 602D O M13T
WANTED A good cook. 2616 Farnam Bt.
C M4 17
26 STRONG girls for turning bsgs; good
wages; steady Work. Bern I a Omaha Bag
Co C-M281 16
T.imir.H to take orders for our teas, oof
fees, etc. Permanent and profitable work
for reliable person In eacn town ana vil
lage. Caefuf premlume given with goods,
rvnnri friah nommiselons to acenta. .Write
Pioneer Tea and Coffee Co., S26 Cedar
Ave.. Minneapolis. Minn. f Mai is
WANTED A party to sell stock In a first
class Nevada mining proposition that will
bear the closest Investigation; good thing
for right party; German or Bwede pre
f erred. Address J 29. Bee. J-MS19 16
WANTED Ladles or gentlemen to sell
ladles' embroidered ehlrtwslxt patterns
and also other novelties to tne puhiic;
thev e-o like hot cakes; no Investment:
ran make 210 to 216 dally; ilon't tarry and
lose a good thing; we answer all mail
orders, inquire or i ne c. b. t.mDroioery
Works, Vm S. 16th St. J M888 20x
FIFTY dollars a month snd extras, I will
give for a man of good character as my
aa-ent. Either salesman, farmer, mer
chant or banker may apply. Write lock
Box 1626, Lincoln, MeD. J at 3)3 Zl
IF TOU are worth 2300 per month or more
we want you. Stamped addressed en-
velone for retilv. H 36. Bee.
SITUATION wanted by compositor; time
or piece work. Address, K is. Bee.
WANTED By cultured woman, position as
housekeeper for widower witn cniidrsn
and refined home. Prefer position In
Omaha, but would accept right one out
of city. Best references furnished. Ad-
dress K 26. care Bee A 887 x
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
cniuinn. put an ma m iwi yuu win euun
get It. . JJ SSi
IF YOU want to trade for farm lands.
Income croperty. storks of goods, dwell
ings, or In fsct anything that you may
have, write for complete list of different
propositions to J. P. Fslter, Plattsmouth,
Mb. X, lv 19
GOOD ouarter section of land near rail
road in leuei county. rseoraKa; win
trade same for good automobile. Lerew
Land Co., 305 S. 13th St- Z M124 It
"WELL-IMPROVED quarter section of
land, near railroad. In Holt county. Ne
braska: wish to trade same for stock
of merchandise or livery. Lerew Land
Co., 80S S. 13th St. Z M12S 16,
HARDWARE or hsrdwsre and furniture
stork doing a good business wanted in
exchans-e for fine Sarpy county, Nebraska,
farm, or fur paying rental residence prop
erties In Omaha: don't .are to go higher
than 2T,ofO or 26.000; stock' and business
must bear the strictest investigation: any
statement will be treated conrldentiaily
Arldress K '0 care Bee. it-HW 1
FIVE-PA6SENQER touring car. fully
equipped, standard make, 190f. good aa
new: also S-h. p. runabout. Una condition
will sell fo." cash or real estste. Addrcas
J 44. Bee. -Ml'79
FOR SALE No. 1 surrey type Rambler
automobile, with top; engine in first-class
condition. Inquire at the Kimball Oarage
21st and Farnam. M814 17
AITOMOBILE RENTAL CO. Office Nlles
Mutrr, 16th and Farnam. Tel loug. u.
LOST Gold brooch. In shape of a knot.
Reward on return to Bee office.
Brown horse, blind In right eye. weight
l.luO pounds new top buggy, black bed
and red rufinlng gear, extra heavy rubber
tlrea. BUlen from Sherman Avenue
stable Baturdav night. Reward for in
formation. Cat k ley Bros., 131 Nurth lttk
St. Ist M324
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR SALB A handsome Surrey horee.
perfectly ssfe nd tentle for lad v. to
drive: also a verv daairabie open aurrev;
111 sell seiwirn ily If (K.ir, .1. ill tB
First eve , Council Bluffs. P-U2M) Ux
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 12th and Farnam.
Doug. 611 0. M. E. Haul Trunks
Thurston hotel; rooms 21.60 up per week.
FOR RENT 1 or I beautiful rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished, very central.
Woodjard Art Co., 618 Broadway. Co.
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18tlt and Capitol Ave,
south front, rooms with or without ooa.
TO COVPLE Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. ISIS
Davenport. . E M28S lfx
TWO excellent modern furnished rooms.
light housekeeping If desired: telephone
In house. 2580 Harney. E M313 16x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 0. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CENTRAL; 2 rooms; bath. Tlrard, 220 N.
23d. U Mlal
CENTRAL, t rooms, bath. Tliard. 220 N.
23d. u aiwfl
THREE MODERN housekeeping rooms.
622 North 23d Bt. u-Mai ix
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas ibj. eenmouer
Mueller Plsno Co.. 1311-1313 Farntwn.
TinTTSTTH'n Prts of the city. The
UUUOiOa jr. Lavis Co.. ou Bee Blog.
HOTTSITTS1" "H parts of the city. B
IlUUOHiOc i-tit'Ci 4 Co.. Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker 'Bk.
THE Omaha Van ft Storage Co., pack.
move and store H. H. goods: storenouse.
1120-24 N. 19th. Office, 1611 Farnam.
Tel. Douglas 165. .D 242
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 1496. omce, i.u weo
ter St. D-24J
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. 11M.
CENTRAL. 4 or fi-room fiats. Tlxard, 220
N. 23d. x JUttu
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO., household
goods stored; dry rooms, low price
'Phone 1062. 1106 Farnam.
D M338 Jul28
SEVERAL at 312 to 226. Chris Boyer.
22nd and Cuming St.; 'phone Doug. 204-1.
u ot a
A. H. Hennlngs. Harry G. Counsman.
Storare and Transfer. Best Storage House
In the City. Immediate Attention Given.
1&2M11- . ibtn Bt- iei. iwui.
STORAGE MTet ugu-uS:
U jkawiv Auf
COTTAGE. 20 per mo. 2501 Franklin St.
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR SUMMER An
elegant v-room noose in nwi r
district for rent furnished for July. Au
gust, September. Inquire for terms. R.
C. Peters & Co Bee Bldg. D-M907
FOR RENT 6-room modern house, with
large barn. 322. Location, 2618 G street
Bouth Omaha; vacant now. Address R.
A. Krebbs, 121 Exchango Bldg. Thone
A 394. D-MS40
FOR RENT New brick flat. West Far-
nam district, jusi unim iuinpir.
Strlctlv first-class, oak finish, hardwood
floors 'throughout, best nickel plumbing.
Wm. K. Potter, 301 Brown Blk. D 12S
FOR RENT 6-room house; city water
and gas; 31st and Cuming Bts. Apply
606 Brown block. D Ml 41 lix
FOR RENT A strictly modern house of
7 rooms. 40Z( wsmuion si.
D M1S8 17x
41 8. 20th Bt.. 7 rooms modern. 322. R0.
1820 N.' 18th St., 8-room new brick. 135. 4
JOHN N. FRENZER. OPP. D'PMsj
FOR RENT Single gentleman can provide
t,r vnttrtw rnitnU Ave COCV rOOmS all fir-
nlshed and equipped tor housekeeping for
the balance of summer; close In; all mod
ern; references exenangea.
Bee. D M136
mnsT i-i ASH ulrht-rnnm brick house,
Kountxe Place; downstairs In oak; fur
nace, gas; strictly modern; newly
psinted; 76 ft. porch; possession Imme
diately, aw finaney bi. in.
D Mo9 IS
2406 Burdette St., new 6-room cottage, 325.
1413 North !9lh St., 10-room. 226.00.
Phone Douglas 3880. Pee Bldg.
D Malm 16
FOR RENT T-room house, 160 North 22d
St. I'JO.on. i.' "i-"
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
hall building. 417 N. 26th St., bouth Omaha.
Apply to manager. 1134
NO EQUAL, laundry, drug store. Tlxard,
220 N. 23d. I-M
STORE ROOM for rent, 406 8. ISth. Or
pheum Theater Bldg. Dyball. 1518 Doug
SUITABLE for retail, wholesale or manu
facturing; 22x100; 8 floors and basement;
1006 Farnam. Inquire 814 First Nat. Bank
Bldg. I -248
1105 N. 18TH ST.. til per month.
Bemls. paxton Block.
H. A. 8TURGE8. registered attorney; pat
ents; trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
lets successful. 617 N. T. Life. Omaha.
r. J. LARSON ft
CO., patent lawyers;
patent book free. Bee Bl
dg., Omaha. Neb.
SHARPE MACHINE WORKS Patents
procured, Inventions developed, drawings,
Satterns, castings, machine work. 6U4-612
. loth St. 226
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional Inveetment Co.. st Douglas Blk.
L. H. GARDNER, til First Nat. Bank.
Power plants, asanufacturlng proceasee.
Ice plants, tests. Inspection, reports.
K1IB. ' BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. Ill South leth St., upstairs.
Keeoltful prediction absolutely given.
FINE blua grass, good water and shsde.
Inquire H. T. Clarke. Her Grend. or
'phone South OmafcA. Black Ms. LU 30
is goinggoinggoing up,
in making your purchase,
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
FIVE ACRE TRACT
We offer a beautiful l-acre
tract i mile from car line
at tl.700; 2:60 cash and 810 per
month. This Is less than 1360
per acre. Ixits within H mile
of this tract are selling at
two per lot. It us show you
Payne Investment Co.,
First Floor N. Y. t Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
Eight-Room Modern House,
Large lot, south front, permanent walks,
3300 cash, easy payments; 2X 760.
National Investment Co.,
RE M306 18
EAST front lot on 88th, close to Farnam,
for sale cheap to any one who will build
STRINGER, 631 Paxton Block.
'Phone Douglas 4327.
SAMPSON & SONS,
608 Be Bldg. 'Phone Douglas &60.
BUY, SELL, AND RENT
A fine piece of trackage property, 147x221,
on f. P. track, at lib and Jones 8ta,
112,000 will take It for Immediate sale.
Room 1. New Verk Life Bid. '
Eight-room residence, good repair,' modern
except furnace; paved street; nice, quiet
neighborhood; specials paid. 1B24 South
26th St. RE M561 lfix
500 Lots for 300 Each
In beautiful Grammercy
park. 1 mile this side of Coun
try club, on Benson car line,
225 cash and IS per month.
-No Interest. They are snaps
and are going fast. -
. Payne Investment Co.,
First Floor N. T. L. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
LOOK AT THESE
Grammercy Park, at 48th and
Military Ave., on the way to the
Country club. We are exclusive
agents for a 'number of lots In
this , addition and can sell them
at 2300 each; 226 down and 25 a
month without Interest. . On a
; paved street and car line and
with city water fcpnnection.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANT.
1st Fl. N. T. L. Bldg. , Tel. Doug, 1781.
i. i-'. , RE 110 19
STOP PAYING RENT
Six-room cottage, . entirely new, . modern
plumbing, gas, cemented cellar under en
tire house, permanent walk, all complete,
Nos. 246 or 947 N. J7th Ave. Part cash,
balance monthly 2.260. .
. O. C. OLSEN,
Main Floor, Southeast CmvlTth and Dodge
Sts. RE M265 17
DO YOU WANT A
If so, ws have It, high and
sightly, beautiful view, I
seres, only 21.700: 2260 cash and
tlO per month. Why pay rent
downtown and' have nothing to
show for your money at ths
end of I years?
Payne Investment Co.,
First Floor N. T. L. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
- RE-M162 IT
i WE HAVE SEVERAL CUSTOMERS
FOR COTTAGE HOMES FROM $3,000
TO $4,000. LIST YOUR PROPER
TY WITH US.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
1ST FLOOR N. Y. LIFE BLDO.,
TEL. DOUO. 1781.
RE M 16lt
Two Fine Lots
Each 48x128. located at northwest corner
of 30th and Cass streets. They He very
nlcelv mil . r. In an Avlltit nlfctvirtiftoA
Price. tBOO for both lots. J. M. Rose, 1020
Harney Bt. RE 941 16x
Land for a House
We have a customer with
240 acres of splendid hay land
In the Platte valley, worth in
cash 226 an acre. He wants
to trade for a house and lot
or two houses In Omaha.
Payne . Investment Co.,
First Floor N. T. L. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
THE MIDLAND GUARANTEE AND
Has over 10.000 copies of titles, which en
ables it to figure lower thsn sny other
abstract company In Omaha and turn out
work quickly. Tel. Douglaa-829 or call
at office, 1714 Farnam. RE-M327 It
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. 6 and ik
per cent loans on real estate, no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Inveetment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnara Smith . Co., UJ0 Farnam bt.
loans on residence property; I
W. B. Meikle, Ramgs Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE MONET F. D. Weed. U20 Doug.
ll.00C.0fl0 TO LOAN en business and resi
dence property la Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan. K. 1, N . I.
WANTED City loans. R- C. Pstsrs Co.
City farm loans. O. F. Carson Co., N.Y.U
LOANS en Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, eu First National Bank JyJ.
WITHOUT AN OPERATION-ALL kinds
of plies cured Internal, external, blind,
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 of
testimonials given on application. 624 Bes
bldg., Omaha, Neb. 'Phone Douglas 1424.
FAIR, healthy, satin skin bestowed ty Satin
sain cream a nd Satin skin powder. ac.t
ANY POOR GIRL In need ot a friend call
c-r write to the matron of the Salvation
Array home for women at 3824 N. 24th
St., Omaha, Neb. U-M100
TRY KisLLT'8 Laundry.
DR. ROY. Chiropody, R. I V S, 150S Far
nam. U 278
PRIVATE confinement home: Mrs. Dr.
King. 3011 N. Zlst Bt. Tel. Doug. 27
PI F A T I N C ButtonsRuFhl'nf.
1 LLn 1 111VJ Embroidering,
Dyeing and Cleaning, Sponging and Shrink
Ing, only 6c per ysrd. Send for price list
OOLMAN PLEATING CO..
200 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1931
Tel. Doug. 2M.
211 8. 11th St.
PRIVATE home during conllnement. Mrs.
Garden. 2216 Charles. Tel. Doug. 5311
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. 11th St.. for cost of collec'tlng to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4135 and
wagon will call. V 511
FREE medical and surg-tcai treatment At
Crelghton Medical College, 14th ftnd
Davenport Sts. Special attention paid
to confinement cases. All treatment su-
Csrvlsed by college professors. 'Phone
oug. 1167. Calls answered day or night.
MAGNETIC Osteology, female weak-
tenhouse, 410 N. 16th St., room 2, 2d floor.
THE City Garbage Co. Orflce. 14th and
Leavenworth Sts. Tel. Douglas 1387.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies sdopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium. 728 First Ave., Council Hlufla,
la, TeL 774. U-3?2
SURVEYING, Bltckensderfer. 312 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Blk.
M AONETTf! treatment bath Mme.
U MSM AuglOX
SYRINGE8, rubber goods, by mall: cut
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Ullon Drug Co.. Omaha. U 285
WE RENT sewing machines at tl rwr
week: we sell second-hand machines 25
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Harney. Tel. Douglas 1663. . U 26
Ornv ITfl.ietop, to lu youthful color
. n- floss. We use no dyes
CT lotions. 211 N.
aa. u Mane ig
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U M148 JySS
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to the cent what the cost will be, and if
you conclude that it will now pay you to
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upon their own agreement to pay.
We ofler you rates as low as you will
find and our facilities lor quick and con
fidential service are unsurpassed.
We are the oldest concern in our line in
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11 Board of Trade Bldg. .
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lth. ' JC 4
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For further Information apply to
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)18 South 16th St. Omaha. Neb.
LYNOSTAD High Grade 1907 Calendars,
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CUT-RATE railway tickets everywhere.
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PROPOSAI." FOR CAVALRY AND AR-
tlllery llors-s -Chi-f uuartermaster't
Omce. Omaha. NVh . July 14. 1) -Sealed
propossls, In triplicate. be receivfd at
this otTice until 12 o'clock m.. central stand
ard time. July M. !!,. snd thn opened. In
the Presence of attending bidders, for one
hundred and one noli Cnvalrv Horses, and
forty-nine tJ Artillery llorson, for delivery
st Omsha. Nebrsska. or other prominent
railroad points. The animals to conform to
srxrlflcstlona for cavalry and artillery
horses. I'nlted Ptatcs reserve right to ac
cept or relect any or all proposals or any
part thereof Particulars and blanks for
proposals will be furnished on application.
Envelopes rontslnlnx proposals to be In
dorsed "Propossls for Horses." snd ad
dressed to Major M. GRAY .AI.IMM.
Chief Quartermaster. J14-l6.26-:7
NEWS FROM THE ARMY POSTS
FORT RILEY. Kan.. July 14.-Spec1al.)
ActlriK tinilf-r telegraphic, orders from de
partment heado.ua rti'is, practically the en
tire garrison, with the txcrption of the
Twenty-fifth field hattory, will leave the
post tomorrow in irnlna to participate in
the preliminaries of the maneuver to b
held here this summer. The second squad,
ron of the Second cavalry will go Into
camp on Pawnee (1 its, being the first troops
to encamp at Fort Riley. The rest or the
garrison will start on a 2oO-nill practice
march. The main column, consisting of
the headquarters, band, the first squadron
of the Ninth cavalry, the first squadron of
the Thirteenth cavalry, the two horse bat
teries of artillery and a detachment of the
hospital corpe, all under the command of
Colonel E. 8. Godfrey. Ninth cavalry, will
proceed westward, going ss far as Ella
worth. Kan. The other column, coniposed
of the Seventh, Sixteenth tsicgel and Twenty-second
listterles. under the command of
Major E. 1. Hoyle, artillery corpe. will
march eastward aa far lis Topeka. where
it will be Joined by the organizations en
route from Fort Leavenworth and the
march will then be continued by a circui
tous route to Kansas Falls, where the two
columns will be consolidated, and on Au
gust 1 the entire column, forming an army
of between S.WO and 4.000 men, will march
from Kansas Falls through Junction City
to the post and go Into camp on Pawnee
flats to participate in the maneuvers. The
returning column will be several miles long
and will contain representatives of every
arm of the service.
The Twenty-fifth battery, field artillery,
will not go on the long practice march to
morrow, us It has Just returned from a
march of equal distance to and from
Seneca, Kan., where It went to participate
with the cltixens in the celebration of In
Captain F. S. Armstrong. Ninth cavalry,
will remain in commaad of the post during
the absence of the organizations for the
remainder of the month. From tomorrow
until August 1 there will be a smaller num
ber of soldiers at Fort Riley than at any
time since the war of 1898.
A statement showing the order In which
the state troops will oome to the maneuvers
has been published. Those of Nebraska
will come first. They are to be here from
August 5 to 12. The Kansas troops will
come next, followed In order by Missouri.
Iowa snd Oklahoma. This plan will keep
about 2.000 militiamen In the camp con
tinuously, in addition to about 7,0o0 regu
lars. . After several months of agitation of the
subject, a telegraph office has been opened
In the post administration building, and all
official telegrams will hereafter be handled -by
Signal Sergeant Kerrigan, who Is In
charge of the office. The telegraphlo busi
ness at the post has been so heavy of late
as to make It necessary to keep an orderly
constantly on duty carrying messagea to
and from the railroad station.
Announcement la niade of the Engage
ment of Miss Clare Randolph Sell man to
Second Lieutenant L. U. McKlnlay of the
artillery corps. Miss Bellman la a niece of
Captain T. Bentley Mott. I Jen tenant Mc
Klnlay la on duty with the Second field
battery at this post.
The gunnera' examining hoard completed
it work here and the members left the
first of the week for their proper ststlons.
I. H. Masters Is spending the summer st
the post in the employ of the post exchange.
Mr. Masters for some time was local secre
tary of the Young Men's Christian associa
tion here, and is now working his way
About the last piece of work done by
Captain M. 8. Murray, commissary, before
he went on sick leave this spring was the
Invention snd perfection of a folding canvas
bread trough. This trough has received the
enthusiastic approval . of. the commie v ' '
department, th. officers expressing.. the be
lief that It will revolutionise bread-making
in the . field. It can be used for various
purposes, such as washing dishes, watering
horses, washing clothes, or even ns a bath
tub. When not In use it can be folded Into '
a compact bundle and several of them can
be transported on a pack mule.
Captain Slgworth came tip from Kansas
City Tuesday and on Wednesday paid the
enlisted men of this command.
The old 12-pound bronze field gun. which
has done service ss sunset gun at this post
for many years and which has been dis
carded for a more modern piece, has been
presented to the town of Junction City, br
virtue of an act of congress passed at Its
last session. The gun will be taken to
Junction City soon and placed In the city
Nine carloads of horses were received
at the post Monday from Seattle, Wash.
These horses are to fill the shortages In
the troops and batteries stationed here, and
also for use during the maneuvers. On
Tueer' n stampede occurred among them
an Jn ihelr frenzy of fright many of them
broke'out of the corral. A number of the
horses swam the Kansas river and escaped
across the prairie, but most of them were
recaptured by . a detail of mounted soldiers.
Dentsl Surgeon F. F. Wing went to Fort
D. A. Russell. Yfyo.. this week, where ha
Is to take station. -
It la announced that the secretary of
war will visit this post In October to
familiarize himself with the conditions here
before the plan for making Fort Riley a
brigade post is finally Hpproved.
During the maneuvers the Seventh and
Twentieth horse batteries of artillery will
be organised into a horse battalion, which
will form a part of the cavalry command.
The Second, Tenth, Twenty-second. Twenty-fifth,
Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth bat
teries will tie organized Into a provisional
regiment of field artillery, while the two
siege batteries will form a separate batta
lion. Colonel E. 8. Orlmea will command
the provisional replment.
Two special trains arrived at the post
from Fort Ies venworth yesterday, carrying
the pontoon outfit, telegraph nd telephone
equipment of the battalion of engineers
snd signal corps detachment.' Company IC
of the englmer battalion accompanied the
trains and will remain In charge of tha
property until the maneuvers begin.
FORT NIORRARA. Neb.. July 16.-Bpe-elal.)
Captains Michael J. 1-nlhsn and J.
D. llteh left Sunday morning for Austin.
Tex., to report to General McCoskey for
duty during tly maneuvers there. Captain
Lenlhan was accompanied by his wife and
The Third battalion defeated the First
battalion In a bull game Sunday by a
score of t to 4.
An Impromptu party given by the officers
and women of the First battalion on Fri
day evening proved an enjoyable and
unique affair. Invitations were issued for a
"roof garden party" at 9 o'clock on the
parade ground. Bright moonlight prevailed,
so no other lights acre needed. Tahles and
chairs were placed facing a platform that
did duty for a stage, upon which a de
light fill program waa rendered by various
men of the companies. Dancing, singing,
club swinging and other "stunts'' were th
order of the evnlng. Refreshments consist.
Ing of beer, ginger ale and sandwiches were
served througiiout the evening
Saturday evening a hop conipllmentsry to
Captain and Mrs. (Shattuck waa given st
Gordon hsll. Captsin Bliattu-k has Just
been detailed for duty In the ijuanermas
ter's depsrtment and will report for duty
Lieutenant HlgKlns has hen sxslgned f
Companv K for duty at present.
Colonel and Mrs. R. W. Iloyt left Satur.
day for Geneva, N. Y The rolonel has
been granted a four months' i k leavw
and alii take a course of treatment at the
tentorium at Lake Geneva.
Mrs. Lyon, wife of Csptaln Lyon, left
for Kansas f'ltv Tuesday morning with her
two children. She will mike a short visit
with hr parents snd then Join Csptaln
Lvon on his wav to Texas with the troops.
Mrs. Penrose, mother of Major Penrose,
left Saturday for Fort Wayne, Mich., for
a visit with her son stationed there, Cap
A telgrain received by Colonel Hovt
Sunday morning brought ihe good news
that ihe Twenty-fifth infantry would not
take part in the summer maneuvers at Aus
tin, Tex., but would prrs-eed direct to the
posts assigned to the trooju.
Lieutenant F. W. Hughee return.-. from
Ksnsas tliy Tueeduy morning.
A blind evangelist lectured on the parade
ground Monday nlaht on "The lst Days
of Russia." lie 1rew a good crowd and
proved an Interesllng speaker
Captain and Mrs Atios H HlmlttK'k and
three children left for Washington .Wednes
were served ll evening.
Csptaln M. J Ionlhan. Twenty-nfth In
fantry, has been selected for a 4UU11 a
the genttal staff of th afmj.
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