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BOTLE3 BUSINESS COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.
DAT AND NIGHT.
New Catalog Free. Tel. Douijlsa 19S4.
Address H B. Boyles, President.
Boyles Building, Omaha, Neb.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of (Ira escapes, shutter doors and
safes. G. Andreen, prop., 1U2 it. 10th St.
bTGN PAINTINO-S. H. Cols. 1302 Douglas.
TRY Kelly's Towel Supply. Tel. Doug. $530.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co., 191 Farnam.
ANTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co., 31 N. lth.
Tel. Doug. 177. Res. 'phone Doug. "061.
EL8A88ER ft BRICE,
Machinist. 117 South 12th St. Tel, 6837.
TYPEWRITERS rented, ill makes, $2.60.
Fox Typewriter Co., 1822 Farnam.
R Midi AuglS
WHERE TRUNKS ARE MADE.
Trunk, suit cases and shopping bags. Old
trunks taken in exchange. Repairing.
FRELING ft 8TEINLK.
410 N. 16th 1st. 'Phone Douglas 4995.
FINE Minnesota Ice, In carload lots. Crys
tal lea Co., Minneapolis, Minn. R 538
Do You Wish to Make a Change.
If you have a farm, home, business or prop
erty that you want to sell or exchange
GLOBE "LAND AND INVESTMENT CO..
Omaha, Neb., or Sioux City, la.
Y M172 Ag31
FOR SALE OR TRADE Store building
and residence combined; ten rooms on
bent corner In Monroe, Neb., also 13,100
drug stock. In samt town; go well In above
120-acre ranch In Knox Co., Neb.; dwelling,
barn, water, etq., $18 per-acre, also good
farms In Bon Homme Co., S. D. and
soma small tracts near town and State
Normal school. Large list sent on appli
cation. George W. Suow, Sprlnfleid. 8. D..
10-ROOM rooming house, full of roomers;
good location. Address G 64, care of Bee.
BEST drug stock In southeast Nebraska;
about 16,000 cash required; sales 2,000;
profit 16.000. Addreas K 47, Bee.
Y M666 Aug.21
TOA SALE A first class job office with
A-l newspaper plant In connection, pub-
- llehlng . three papers In surrounding
- towns; job type all new; doing good
business; excellent reasons for selling;
located at Hastings, Neb. Wrtle now,
' or come, as this snap will not last long.
' Prices low. Address Box 616, Hastings,
: Neb. Y Ml 46
. . EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR
Old established practice, owner retiring.
Write at once to 416 6th St., Fairbury,
Neb. Y M554 llx
WANTED" PROMOTER Hold option 80,000
acres rich Texas land on railroad harbor;
easy terms; will divide with purchaser.
J. Philan. Grand Pacific Hotel, Chicago.
. Y-M567 12X
BICYCLE, automobile and general repair
shop In good Nebraska town of 12,000 In
habitants; clears owner 14 a day; wants
to sell out and buy a farm of us In So.
Dakota; will sacrifice for $1,000. For par
CONTINENTAL REALTY CO.,
ei-M U. 8. Nat. Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE $4,000 drug stock In central
Nebraska; will pay for itself In one
year. For particulars write K-41, Bee.
A LIMITED capital will purchase & good,
Progressive plumbing business. Personal
reasons for selling. Address L 43, care
Bee. . Y-683 12x
PROFITS $300 and $350 per month Two
restaurant In good mining towns; prices
$l,tuw and $l,6uu cash. Send' for state
ments. Must sell, account of serious ail
ment. Address White House Cafe, Crip
ple Creek, Colo. Y M614 13x
NEWSPAPER for sale, located In western
. Iowa, in a good town and fine farming
community. Owner has other Interests
and win sen at about one-half the cost
of the outfit; a snap for a rustler. Ad
dress L-62. care Bee. Y M61I 13
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SODA FOUNTAIN, any six. 1811 Farnam.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., bast mixed
paint. Diiennan at jac,onneu urug Co.,
umana, Q 716
HALL'S safes, new. Id-band. 1818 Farnam.
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the world in
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments. Bruna
wlck-Bulke-Coilender, 407 S. 10th St
WE buy everything In the furniture Una.
Chicago jrurnuure Co., uil Dodge.
FOR SALE Steam house heatlna: boiler:
was used to beat s-rooro house; will be
sold cheap. W. JH. Bridges, engineer Bee
SEND US your mall orders for druss
freight paid on $10 lota Myers-Dillon
Drug co., umana. Q 720
FINE Minnesota ice for sale In carlots. A
G. Gilbert Co., Council Bluffs. Q-M364
QUICK; my fine cow, none better. Tela
. phone Dougiaa znoo. Q M467 1.x
GOOD riding and driving pony, also fine
runabout and harness. 413 N. 25th St.
ICE FOR SALE.
We have for sale In carload lots rood res
ervolr lea. Address Kelrle Ice Co., N. Y.
iai uidg., umana, Nebraska.
. Q-669 16x
FOR SALE One saloon, Ice box and twelve
foot bar complete. M. Vollsteln Co,
Opposite Union station. Q M594 13
WANTED Hardware salesman; an ener
getic young man with at least 6 years
experience. Address, with references, L
67. Bee, stating salary expected. L 21
WANTED Salesmen for choice nureeryd
stock; liberal oaan payments weekly
write ror run particulars. Willis Nur
series, Ottawa, Kan. L M613 13
SXOOO ACRE grain and stock farm, lui
proved. Address owner. Box 141. New
port. Neb; A M587 lix
ANCHOR an Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
so par loot. a t. i.in tit. Tel. Med Mi
L HENDERSON, lei Farnam. Tel. Doug.
1U . -
WANTED MALE HELP
Bend us the names of five young persons
who should be Interested In a commercial
education and we will mall you free o
cost six visiting cards with your nam
written thereon by our expert penman.
Address PENMAN. OMAHA COM
MERCIAL COLLEGE. B 24
WANTED Clfcar maker; 8 rollers and
bunch breakers; win pay me nc-i oi
prices to go out of town; will send tickets.
Address 1 1 12, care of Bee. B 723
DRUG STORKS bought and sold; drug
clems wrtkted. t. V. Knlest, 4 . i.
CIVIL SERVICE Want young men to pro-
pare. See UnderhlU. 3320 North ittn.
B M26 nugll
YOUNG MAN, Al references, to sell type
writers on road. Address Kalllng, 1W2
Farnam. B M424 augia
WANTED Brick handlers and laborers at
the Avery brick yard, two miles soutn
of Albright; boarding house at plant.
WANTED Good marble cutter: good
wages; steady employment. Glldea at
Glldca, Norfolk Marble Works, Norfolk,
Neb, B M478
WANTED For the U. 8. marine corps.
men between sges 21 and Ba; an oppor
tunity to see the world. For further In
formation see poster In postofDce of sny
county rest In the state of Nebraska,
giving address' of recruiting office located
therein. B-M846 S30X
PARTIES desiring to work lr. sugar fac
tory at l.eavltt. Neb., during tne coming
campaign, which Is expected to start
September 15, will please file application
now. The better positions will ba as
signed parties who file application prior
to August 20, and later applicants will be
assigned what may be left after that
date. Address W. H. Ferguson, agent,
Leavitt, Neb. B M214 11
WANTED By old established manufactur
ing and jobbing house, nve specialty
salesmen to call on grocery and kindred
lines; salary and commission. Only men
of clean record need answer. Address
G. H. D, 42 8. Water St., Chlcngo1 111.
600 YOUNG MEN to prepare for firemen
and branemen; experience unnecessary;
firemen, $100; brakemen, $80 per month,
with rapid promotion to engineer or con
ductor; hundreds of positions open.
Call or write for particulars at onca.
National Railway Training Ass'n, 610
Paxton block, Omaha, Neb.
B M208 septl
BOOKKEEPER Must speak German, $50
Extension clerk packing house. $i"J.
Three stenographers out of town, $fi0 to
$,5. See us or write at once If In need of
WESTERN REF. A BOND ASSN. (Inc.)
DEPT. B, 840-41-42 N. Y. LIFE- BLDG.
WANTED Salesmen to sell our fltie gro
ceries direct to consumers In the coun
try; profitable, steady; desirable, exclu
sive territory for energetic, hustling sales-
men; special prices to carload men.
Kosner-Hommernein. wnoiesaie urocers,
644 Walnut St., Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; 10
positions for every graduate; top wages
paid; few weeks completes; course In
cludes tools and positions; can nearly
earn expenses. Call or write Moler Bar
ber College, 1118 Farnam St.
WANTED Flva hoys, good wages, per
manent job. A. L. T. CO., 212 D. lZtn Ht.
c B M213
WANTED- Two first-class tlnnasy, with
experience, on lurnacs worn. juuion
Rogers & Sons Co, B M212
BLACKSMITH, Iron worker, wire worker
ami Doys 17 to, i to learn trade. Apply
at Iron Works, 611 S. 16th St.'
B M269 17
WANTED-Laborers for Illinois, Kansas,
Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, carpenters
and helpers. Ed. Rothery's General ln
- formation Bureau, 111 8. 11th. B 436 llx
ATf OLD LINE LIFE INSURANCE!
AGENT WANTED One with experience
capable of writing business himself
and managing men; salary and com
mission. Address, Lock Box 1625, Lin
coln, Neb. B 484 13
WANTED 3 new stenographers, salary $60
to $76, and 3 stenographers and nook
keepers, l6 to $75. Call Smith Premier
Typewriter Co., 1626 Farnam St.
WANTED Good' butcher and sausage-
maker, married, German preferred, for
country market near Omaha; good wages
and good permanent position. Address
L 56, Bee. B-M524 12x
WANTED Foreman sash and door depart-
ment. Address L 60, Bee. B Mo65 11
WANTED Two bright, ambitious boys.
about 15 years, with wheels; permanent
position. S. Frederick Berger & Co., 1517
Farnam St. B MM 12
IMMEDIATELY Watchmaker's apprentice
who has had some experience; must be
neat and have best reference. Albert Ed
holm. B-673 10
$28 PER month for farm hand; a good
hand with stock wanted. Address ti. u.
McKelvie. Fairfield, Neb. B-597
A FIRST CLASS bookkeeper; one capable
of taking charge of an ofnee. Address
L-68, care Bee. B M586 12
WANTED Assistant bookeeper; one that
can operate machine preferred. Address,
L-59 care Bee. B M586 12
WANTED Boy to polish furniture. Peo-
plea store. B Maf 1I
WANTED FEMALE HELP
BOOKKEEPER and stenographer, $12 to $18
Two stenographers, $60.
Stenographers and bookkeeper, $40.
Stenographer. $45. Apply at once.
WESTERN REF. ft BOND ARSN. (Inc.)
DEPT. B, 540-41-42 N. Y. LIFE) BLDG.
WANTED Experienced cloak salesladies
for fall season: none other need apply.
Address K 6, Bee. C 411
WANTED Woman cook, $35 per month;
must furnish recommendations. Address
L 7. Bee. C-M856
GIRL for general housework; good wsgee.
116 S. 36th Bt. C M40O
GIRL for general housework; 8 in family;
best of wuges. 2515 Wirt St. C 642
WANTED A good girl for general house
work: family of two; wages $6.00. 1"6 S.
Sth St. C 601
WANTED Experienced girl for general
housework. 104 S. 36th St. 'Phone Har-iiey-2o6.
C M605 13
WANTED 2 ladles. $3 to $5 a day, call from
2to 5 p. ni; 1614 S. loth ,t.C--Mfi22llx
1 n Vfll? VHTT u R Embroidered
$i.J Vlti xyJVJ Shlrt Wait patterns
and other novelties are the easiest sellers
on the market. You can make $10 to $15 a
day and have nothing Invested, Splendid
opportunity for either ladles or gentlemen.
Mall orders answered. Call or write U. S.
Embroidery Works, 111H 8. 15th St.. up
stairs. J-M563 IK
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW, and
needed by everybody; our $2,0u0 Combina
tion Policies, covering all accidents, dis
eases and occupations; costing only M
per annum each, payable quarterly; Issued
by this Society only. Over 300.'i0 already
paid In benefits. AGENTS WANTED
large commissions and exclusive terri
tory given. Address NATIONAL ACCI
DENT BOCIETY. 320 Broadway, New
York. ESTABLISHED 21 YEAK8. J
WANTED Agents to represent us In the
sale of our western Kansas lands. Globe
Land and Investment Co., Omaha, Neb,
and Sioux City, la, J 144S It
AGENTS. SALESMEN Rapid seller, large
profits, Automatic aelf-Cleanlng Curry
comb. Write for Introductory offer to
r Prat from ach locality. Clean Comb Co.,
Kacine. Wis. J C1J llx
LAW & COLLECTIONS
J. M. Macfartaad, M N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel.
AMU. tbSa, Tb
Many people are looking on this page
-today for what you don't want.
Tell what you have through A Bee Want Ad
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel. 12th and Famnm.
Doug. 611 0. M. E. llaul Trunks
Thurston hotel; rooms $1.60 up per week.
CAPITOL HOTEL. 18th and Capitol Ave.,
south front; rooms with or without bosrd.
' K 730
EXCELLENT modern furnished or unfur
nished rooms for housekeeping. 2674 Har
ney St. E 674
ONE large south room, modern, hot wster
heat. V.m Capitol Ave. E M528 13 x
FOR RENT Two beautifully furnl-hed
rooms for light housekeeping. 1S36 N. 2mh.
EXCELLENT, cool, modern rooms and
board. "The Boston;" 107 B. 17th, near
postoffice. E M606 12x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, csfe.
NICELT furnished cool rooms, excellent
board rates reasonable. The Rose, 2020
Harney St. F M607 A27x
NICE cool slry rooms, close In. with home
cooking. 202 S. 26th 8L
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CENTRAL, I rooms; bath.
Tixard. 220 N.
TWO unfurnished rooms, close In, hot
water heat, references. 413 N. 25th fSt.
PARLOR floor, I rooms. 610 N. 17th.
I UNFURNISHED rooms with alcove. 270
Farnam. G 668 llx
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 1625. Schmoller &
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1211 Farnam.
TT-TTCrfr-l " Parts of the city. R
UUUOrjO c peter, & Co., Bee Bldg.
TTHTTSP.S " all parts of the city. The
I1UUOLO O. F. Davis Co.. 608 Bee Bldg.
HOUSE8. insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Bk.
OMAHA Van A Storage Co.. pack, move,
store H. H. goods; storehouse, 1120-24 N.
19th. Office, 1611 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1669.
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van ft Stor
age Co, Tel. Doug. 1496. Office, 1713 Web
ster St. P-738
See us when shipping household goods to
large oltles west. We can save you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
CO., 214 N. Bixteenth Bt. Tel. Doug. 11S6.
CENTRAL, 4 or (-room flats.
i I OS
SEVERAL at 111 ta $26. Chris Boyer, 22d
and Cuming St. 'Phone Doug. lotO.
L 1 40
414 8. 29th ST., T rooms, modern, $22.50. John
N. Frenxer, Opp. old P. O. . D-M416
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO.
Storage and transfer. Best storage house
In the city. Immediate attention given.
1629-81-38 N. I6th St. Tel. Douglas n 4619.
D M169 Ag31
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO.. household
roods stored; dry rooms, low P"lcf.
Phone 1062. 110S Farnam. D M131
ALL new, modern 7-room house, 1404
Burt St.. $85.00, apply H. B. oyls,
Boyle college. D 487
10-ROOM modem house, 114 N. 26th St.
Keys on premises. D M2 15X
FOR RENT Six-room cottage, 22d and
California Sta.. $22. Apply at 607 No. 19th
St. D 679
FOR RENT A 9 room house, well located.
Globe Land and Investment Co., Room 2,
Patterson Blk JjrM5-9j-.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
hall building. 417 N. 25th St.. Bout 11
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1134
NO EQUAL, laundry, drug- store. Tixa;-d.
220 N. 23d. I-Mm
STORE ROOM for rent, 406 S. 15th, Or
pheum Theater Bldg. Dyball, 1518 Doug
DESK room for rent. 644 Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT One 4-story brick store with
cement basement and good elevator; K07
Douglas. Building will be put In good
order at once. Inquire at 1A Douglas.
John Under. I-M623
ROOM 30x50, Isrl78116th Bt. I-&59
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Two or three nicely furnished
rooms with private bath; must be mod
ern and In nice locality; willing to pay
good price and permanent for nice quar
ters. Address L 61, Bee.
GENTLEMAN, wife syld child desire first
class, board with 2 rooms about Sept. first
References exchanged. Address L-65 Bee.
K M621 12x
ONE or two light housekeeping rooms, for
refined couple; walking distance; state
price. Address L-641BeeJ K 804 11
FOR RENT ACREAGE
TWENTY acre with house and barn. Ill
B. 16th St, M1S9 .
IF YOU do not And what you want In this
column, pot aa ad In and you will soon
get It. Z--4
WANTED Large house; have 1 good mod
ern houses, Famam St. district, pay good
Income, to exchange for large house
worth $12,000 to $14.uu0; a good deal for a
man who has more house than he needs.
W. T. Grahajn. 604 Bee Bldg. Z 578 12
LAND FOR CITY,
140 acre fine bottom land at
North Platte, Neb. Owner
coming to Omaha and wants ,
housa and lot
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor. N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 1711.
Z 675 11
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale
pricaa. Save on every article. Only first
class goods handled. Prourpt attention
to every order. Send for catalogue. B. '.
Karol, 316 Harrison St., Chicago. I1L
PATTERNS cut to measure. McDowell
system of eraasmaking taught, 'g"''
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
KOUNTZE PLACE HOME
On Lnthrop St.. bctwren 16th and 18th,
has 8 rooms, 4 on each floor, oak finish, oak
floors, full cellar, lurnace. electric light,
combination fixtures, mantel. In fsct, every
thing strictly modern and up-to-date: full
50-foot lot, paved street, cement walk all
around the house, and the price only $4,500.
NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE
Ready to move Into, No. 4012 Seward St.;
2 more rooms can easily be finished on
second floor at a very small cost. Is strictly
modern but furnace, full 50-foot south front
lot, on new asphalt paved street, cement
walk In front and around the hous. only
two blocks from car and stores; will tske
$.ViC cash, the balance same as rent. We
have many others.
Hastings & Heyden,
1704 Farnnm St., Ground Floor Pec Bldg.
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE NEW HOUSES AT 41ST
AND HAMILTON STS.T
These are strictly modern In every detail,
have 44xl20-foot lots, east front, terrace,
large shade trees, close to car, paved
street and stores; they are built of the
very best material-and will bear the closest
inspection. j nis is your ojiijoi vuim.v u
Hastings & Heyden,
1704 Farnam St., Ground Floor Bee Bldg.
Orchard ;Hill Bargain
A finely located, all modern home
of eight large rooms, with modern
bath; large closets In all bed
rooms; cemented cellar, separate
vegetable cellar; extra good fur
nace; barn, electric lighted, room
for four horses, three vehicle.
Everything about the place Is In
the best of repair; IVs blocks to car.
Price, $6,600. Will "give terms. This
Is a bargain. Owner is leaving city
and has placed price far below actual
value. See us at once about It.
BENSON & CAEMICHAEL,
612 Paxton Block.
RE 681 12.
STRANGE THAT MEN
will Invest all they have In this world
' In a home, and fall to require any evi
dence from the party from whom they
purchased to prove the title, when by
calling on the
MIDLAND GUARANTEE & TRUST CO.
they could get a perfect abstract of the
property, at a very reasonable price.
N. P. DODGE, jr.. Pres.,
Midland Guarantee and Trust Co.,
1714 Farnam St.
... .... ..... RE 688 10
3 blocks from car line, on
a paved ..street, lot 60x120,
nice ehade trees and shrub
bery; boose has 10 rooms;
furnace, gas, . mantels and
grates; built by owner for
ihls home; anxious to sell
because they want to move
Into a new and larger home.
PAYNE "INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 1781.
RE 646 10
Another Good Investment
We have sold the property on
Harney St. advertised aa &
good Investment. We now
offer another on 83d St. North
Particulars on application.
T2 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. Douglas 1269.
KERR-SHALLCRO8S CO.'S AB8TRACT3
OF TITLES are the safest. Youarepro
tected by a $10,000 bond against loss by
errors. You don't buy a law suit when
you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1614 Farnam.
Tel. Doug. 6487. RE
A fine piece of trackage property, 147x2234,
on U. P. track, at 6th and Jones Sta.;
$12,000 will take H for Immediate sale.
Room 1 New Yora Life Bldg.
" SAMPSON & SONS,
08 Bee Bldg. 'Phone Douglas 3C,
BUY, SELL, AND RENT
1H LOT, 75x134, -room house, good barn,
well and cistern water, 2 blocks from
California Bt. car line, $2,000; $SU0 cash,
balance on easy terms.
22d and Cuming Sis. Telephone Doug. 2049.
FOR SALE A 9 room residence property
on N. 2!Hh St. Price and terms reason
able. Globe Land and Investment Co.,
Room 2, Patterson Blk. RE M592
TEXAS LAND adjoining new city; $300
acre crop adjacent; $8 an acre only. J.
Philan, Land Commissioner, Grand Pa
cific. Chicago. 111. RE M658 12x
150x180 trackage property, near 7th
Loaven worth; U. P. and B. ft M.
sonable offer considered. Address L-63 Bee.
V. 8. Sale Bureau, 804 Neville block. Real
Estate and Investments. RE M426 84
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE, stoves, carpets, clothing
and shoes. Pay the best prices. Tel.
Douglas 3 STL N 458 86
WANTED Small butcher's Ice box. F. J.
Sixer. York, Neb. N-M556 llx
WANTED To buy, a good second-hand
typewriter. Also second-hand typewriter
desk. Phone Douglas 5562 N M593
WANTED Roll top desk, state slse, stand
ing desk. Address L-67, Care Bee.
LEADING PALMIST OF OMAHA.
Eventful and truthfdl predictions given.
Call 111 ti. ltlh t. Opp. Boston Store.
WANTED TO BORROW
$4,000 on Farnam St. property producing
11.200 per year. Address, L-64. lite.
V 411 10s
get a nne nome in a nrei-ciass location at L,.IT. Hi..i . , .elicits cast -off
1 low cost, less than you could have one f THE Sa vatlon Army solicits cast ore
built like It yourself. Pee t.s quick about '"e collect! repair ndy sell at 114
them, as they will surely all be sold soon. 5,;, Cfr ItPnt "oonechna to the
i TH e 01 nimiii1 iiuunr, o,u"u, -o, iir,, ,
Will make terms. !
WITHOUT AN OPERATION ALL kinds
of plies cured Internal, external, blind,
bleeding or Itching plies. A guarantee
given In every case treated by Dr. Max
well, who has had twenty-five years' ex-
fierlenee In treating piles. Hundreds of
estlmonials given on application. 524 Bee
Bldg., Omaha. Neb. Phone Douglas 1424.
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 3824 N. 24th
St., Omaha, Neb. U-M100
TRY KELLY'S Laundry.
DR. ROY, Chiropody. R. 1 ft 8, 1505 Farn'm.
PRIVATE confinement home; Mrs. Dr.
King, 2018 N. 21st St. Tel. Doug. 3659.
PI F A T I N Cl ButtonsRuch'ng,
1 Lbn 1 111XJ Embroidering.
Dyeing snd Cleaning. Sponging and Shrink
ing, only 6c per yard. Send for price list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
200 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1936.
PRIVATE homo during confinement. Mrs.
Gardell, 2216 Charles. Tel. Doug jail
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4135 and
wagon win can. '
M A riKVTTP OSTEOLOGY. Mrs. Rlt-MAUJNJliIlL-
tenhouee.. 410 N. Mth St.
Room 2, 2d floor. U-MS61 316
FREE medical and surgical treatment .it
CrelKbton Medical College, 14th and
Davenport Sis. Special attention paid
to confinement cases. All treatment su
pervised by college professors. 'Phone
Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or night.
THE City Garbage Co Office, 14th and
Leavenworth Sta. Tel. DougU.s 1347.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 728 First Ave., Council Bluff,
la. Tel. 774. V-322
SURVEYING. BUckensderfer, 812 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Bldg.
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
prices. Send for free catalogue. Myer
Dillon Drug Co., Omaha. U 77j
WE RENT sewing machines at $1 per
week; we sell second-hand machines 16
up. Nebraska Cycle Co., corner 15th and
Harney. Tel. Douglas 1663. U 773
DRS. VOGEL, private hospital for women
and for ladies before and during confine
ment. 2319 S. 13th St., Omaha, Neb
U M397 Augl7
MAGNETIC -. - n- - st,
ilinUilljJ.lU aecond lloor. room 1.
U M800 au..6
CHIROPODIST-Dr. Dunbar, 206 Neville
block; halrdresslng, etc. Douglas 6170.
U M149 Aug
ARCHITECT O. L. Brollne, 618 Bee Bids.
U 432 S
BUSINESS lunch fifteen cents. Regular
dinner twenty-five cents. Short orders at
all hours. Ed Rothery, 111 S. 14th. D. H.
Rump, Manager-Prop. J M478 14x
PACKING china, cut glass and wedding
presents a specialty Address Joseph
Burns, 3024 Cass St. , U M595 llx
ACORN PRESS 1610 Howard.
SHOULD BLANCH ARD' 8 ECZEMA LO
TION not give speedy or satisfactory re
sults, notify Prof.- I. Blanchard, skin
specialist, Minneapolis, Minn. Whole
salers supply all druggists.
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills' $1 box, postpaid. Sherman ft
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 774
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseases,
weaknesses, discharges. Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Wlthnell
block, luth and Harney, room 2. Omaha.
FOR SALE FARMS
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS, UNION PACDJIC
la closing out Us lands In western -Nebraska,
Colorado and Wyoming.
From $3.00 to $6.00 per acre.
Take advantage of the low prices and
easy terms offered, the opportunity will
soon be gone.
Special excursion rates to the landa
For further Information apply to
UNION PACIFIC LAND AGENCY.
$18 South 16th St., Omaha, Neb.
H-M 461 11
Western Kansas Wheat Landa
60,000 acres of fine wheat lands, $4.00 to
$16.00 per acre. Special excursions every
Tuesday. Write for particulars. Globe
Land and investment Co., Omaha, Neb.,
and Bloux City, la, HM 4J Al.
Iowa and eastern Nebraska farms; $16 to
$20 per acre down; balance long time.
Low rate of Interest.
Get next to some of our bargains.
LEREW LAND CO.
306 So. 13lh St.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 6 and 6H
per cent loans on real estate; no delay,
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith ft Co., 1320 Farnam St.
BUILDING loans on residence property; f
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Kam.t Blk.
LOWEST RATES Benils. Paxton Block.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1620 Doug.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omahs; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters ft Co.
City ft farm loans. O. F. Carson Co., N.Y.L.
, W 760
LOANS on Improved city property. W. II.
Thomas, 605 First National Bank Bldg.
LOST Gold brooch, In shape of a knot.
Reward on return to Bee office.
LOST Lady's rose gold brooch with small
diamond and pearl settings. Rewsrd for
return to Bee office. Lost M6i7 llx
Great Western Granite Co. Douglas (81.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EVERYBODY NEEDS IT.
And this Is the place to come and get it
Don't let monev. stand In the way of n
joying yourself when It can be so easily
obtained at this office on HOUSEHOLD
GOuDS. PIANOS. HORSES, WAuONi,
FPECIAL RATES ON SALART LOANS.
We have a good proposition to offer those
who wish money to tide them over vaca
tion period. Csll and be convinced.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
107-108 Paxton Block.
do without, but what's the
use? None at all.
on your furniture, pianos, live
stock and other chattels. We
also loan to persons fteadlly
employed on their plain note
without endorser. ,
NO ONE WILL KNOW
you ever had a loan, besides
you have use of both money
and security at the same time.
arranged to suit your puree.
If raid before due.
Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.,
119 Board of Trade MdK. Tel. Douglas 2295.
lwi SO. 16TH BT.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. V. Reed, 2iv 8.
"in. X V7
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldtr..
Advances private money on chattels or
salary; eusy to got; no red tape; you set
money name u.iy uitKea ior ui annul coil
Open evenings till 7. V. X 778
CHATTEL and salary loans.
Credit Co., 633 Paxton block.
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE; reliable, accom
modating; ail business confidential. I3ul
Douglas. X 71
FURNITURE, livo stock, salary loans.
Duff Green Loan Co.. room 5, Barker
diock. X 71
DR. PRIBENOWS PRIVATE MONEY
loancu on iuriuiure, planus, salary
horses, etc., In any amount, at loss than
liait tne rate; no rea tape; perfect nrl
vacy; immediate attention; on any terms
wanted; payments suspended In case of
sickness or out of employment. Kunin
Li ivaroacn diock, x b. lutn HI. X 72
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
ana otners witnout security; eay phv
ments. Offices In 58 principal cities. Toi-
man, room ,14, New York Life Bldg.
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry losns,
Foley Loan Co.. 1S04 Farnam Bt X 7S
F. J. LaRSON ft CO., patent lawyers;
imieni uuuh ireo. oe ttiag., omana. Neb.
SHARPE MACHINE WORKS-Patenta
procured, inventions developed, drawlnus
patterns, castings, machine work. 6o4-tU
o. ivin tbl, 747
Patents procured and sold. 1 fee. Nftt'l In
vestment Co., Douglas Blk., 16th & Dodge.
L. H. GARDNER. 611 First Nat. Bank.
.rower plants, manufacturing processes.
pmnis, lenis, inspection, reports.
LYNGSTAD Hlffh Grade 1907 Calendars,
jl tor VIP E- .cor""r . 16th Bt. and
at JUKVE,, Capitol Ave.- 748
CENTRAL PRINTING CO., 110 8. 17TH.
; 600 810
WETMORK detective service; 'phone Red
7401. Rooms 13 and 14. Union Blk.. 15ih
and Farnam.. 571 B8x
CUT-RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbln. 1505 Farnam. 'Phone Doug.
JOHNSON Institute. 418 N. Y. I Tel
OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER,
Denver, Colo., August 9, 1906. Sealed
proposals in triplicate, subject to uuui
conditions, will be received here until 11
a. m. August 20, 1S"6, for the supply at
Dale CreeK or Islay, Wyoming, during the
months of August and September, 1!ai6. of
l.OiO.niO pounds graded white oats, best
quality, or equal, and 2,00O.0uo pounds baled
hay, timothy or equal preferred. Proposals
for quantities less than the total quanti
ties required, or for delivery at polnis
other than those named, will be entertained.
Bidder's guaranty or certified chock to be
ten per cent of bid. U. 8. reserves the right
to accept or reject any or all bjds or anv
part of any bid. Information furnished
on application to thH office. Envelopes to
be marked: "Proposals for Forage at Dale
Creek or Islav. Wvomina." C. A H Mr.
Cauley, Chief Quartermaster.
Aug9 10 11 18 20M
Office, Fort Crook, Nebraska, August 10,
191.6. Sealed proposals, in trlullcate. sub
ject to the usual conditions, will be re
ceived here until 10 o'clock a. m.,- central
standard time, August 25, 1906, for making
r-puuB 10 swimming pool anil accessories
thereto, at this post. Full Information will
be furnished and drawings and soeolnVa.
tionsjnay be seen at this office. Proposals
to be marked "Proposals for repairs to
swimming, pool" and addressed to Captain
n. i. DiuiiBu.ii, vuuriermaster, 3uth In
fantry, Constructing Quartermaster.
CONSTRUCTING QUARTERMASTER S
Office. Omaha. Nebraska. Aiisiit ; i-ri
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, subject to
mt ubuui conditions, win lie received here
uniu 10 o ciock a. m , central standard
time, August 27, !;. for lnHlalltna a waier
system at Fort Omaha, Nebruska. Full
Information fefrnlshed on application to this
office, where plans and speclllcullons may
be seen. Proixtsals to be marked "I'io
posals for Installing- a Water Hvsiem " ami
addressed to Major M. ORAV ZAl.I.VHKi,
t-omsiruciing juarterinustvr. Army Build
ing, Omaha, Nebraska. A8-9-10-U-24-26
CONSTRUCTING QUARTERMASTER 8
Otilcc. Kort lien Xfnlnc. in .lulv 1 4
Sc-i-ed proposals, In triplicate, will he re
ceived Here Until ' n rti tttAnilur Hn,
August H, V.m. for constructing n'aeada.ii
roaos H-M ersnouinic side walks, at Fort
T).l Molncs. InVil. Innrmillir t iinl l-4
on application heie. United States reserves
rini to accepi pr reject any or all pro
posals, or purls th-ieof. Envelopes con
taining pronxsals shoull be endorsed
rr'ipown ror ana saaressea M. W.
Rnwell. Q. M.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
BIHL1NGTON UTATlOS lot 1 A BlAiOil.
.a 4:10 pm
.a 4:lo piu
.a 4:10 pin
.a 9. lo urn
..a 8:00 am
. b 2 Ob pm
.b 3.6u pm
.a 7 mi a in
.a 8:3i am
.a 9:lo am
.a 7:26 am
.u 1:45 pm
.a 6.Uu pm
..a 1:15 am
.a 4:46 pio
.a 9 16 mi
,.a 4:46 put
a 3.3o pm
a 6.. to pm
a 9:o6 am
a 6:30 put
a 7:40 pin
a 8.3o am
a 7:10 am
a 8:30 am
a 1:60 pm
a 7: am
a 3 55 pin
a 7:2s am
all so am
a (.46 am
a t.10 pm
Denver ft California..
N'urtliwebt Special .....
NoiUiwl-.i Express ....
Neuiaska Express .....
Llurolu Fast Mall
Ft. Crook ft PlattanVh
Bellevue oc Plallmuh.
Denver Limit d
Believue ft Pac. June.
k.i:un. & Pio. June.
Chicago Special ,
f ' I ...... .... L.nr, a,
.ii.-flftv - ," .....
hi. Louis Express
Kansas Clty-Bt. Joe..
Kansas CRy-Bt. Joe..
Kaxaaa Clty-Bt. Joe...
RAILWAY TIME CARD -"
UNIOH ITATIOS-TMTH ARD MAftCY
Overland Limited a 9.40 am
S 8:13 pm
The China and Jatnn
Faat Mall a 4:15 pm
Colo. Calif. Ex a 4 15 pm
California A Ore. Ex. .a 4.16 pm
. 6 :10 rm
a 9 80 am
a 6:10 rm
I, oe Angeles Limited. ...all;30 am
a 8 80 pm
a 7.44 am
Fast Msll a 1:56 pm
Colorsdo Special a 7:46 am
North Platte Local a 810 am
Beatrice Loc! b 1:16 pm
a 4 M pm
b 1-O0 pm
4 ulraiio f.reat Westera.
St. Paul & Minneapolis. 8:80 pm
St. Paul ft Minneapolis. 7:46 ant
Ch icano Limited 6:40 pm
Chicago Express 7:46 am
Chlcpo Express 1:80 pm
ilitcase A ort h wester a. ' "
11 5u pm
l oo am
11 50 pm
Local Cedur Rapids a 75 am a (.-00 pm
ciiicago uayiiKiit, ..a :uu am
Chicaao Limited a s:8 pm
Cm-loll Local a 4.32 pin
St. Paul Fast Mall a 8:26 pm
U 80 pin
V ia aiii
eiuux 1. ac di. r. ocai.D t:ov pm
a 9 86 am
Chicago Express a 6.W pm a 7.80 ant
Chicago Limited all uu pm 11:16 am
Norfolk ft Bonesteel ...a 7:40 am 10.15 am
Lincoln ft Long nne. ..a 1:40 am 10:36 am
Casper At Wyoming..,
Dead wood & Lincoln.
.a 1 W pm a 6 Og pm
..a l:u0 n ni 1:06 Dm
Hastings A Superior...
.b 1.0U pm 6:06 pro
.b 6:03 pm bll:40 pm
..an u am l:4s pre
..al2:M am a :O0 am
.. 7:60 am 10:00 pro
Phoshonl Express .
Twin City Limited.
..a 8:00 am
a 1:58 pm
a T!J0 am
.a 6:00 pro
Island at 1'aclae.
Chicago Limited I l:ik w a7:loam
Iowa Local a 7:0u am a 4:30 pm
Chicago Mail a 8.16 am al0:l0 pm
Iowa Local b!2:lb pm b 9 55 pm
Chicago (Eastern Kxp.J.a 4:06 pm a 1:46 pm
Chicago tlowa Limited). a e:3b piu aU:iv pin
Ftocky Mountain Urn. ..a 7:20 am 8:16 am
Colo. & Cal. Express. ..a 1:01 pm a 1:56 pm
Okl. & Texas Exp. ......a 4:40 pm all:U6 pm
Colorado Fast Mall ....alO lO pin a 7.36 am
a dslly. b dally except Sunday.
Chlcnao, Milwaukee A St. Paal.
Chi. ft Colo. Special.... a 7:56 am a 7:80 am
California ft Ore. Ex,.. a 6:46 pm a l:lw pm
Overland Limited a 8:35 pm a 9:20 ain
Marion ft Cedar R. Loc.b 6:45 am bll.00 pm
St. Louis Express a 8.00 am a 8:80 pm
K. C. ft St. L. Lxpross..all:16 pin a 6.W piu
St. Louis Express a 6:30 pm a 8:40 am
bt. Loin Local (from
Council Blurrx) a 9:15 am a 10:80 pm
SlunlH'iry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm b 11:30 am
WEBSTER DEPOT lllta A WEBSTER.
( I. lea bo,
Pan I, Minneapolis at
b 9:10 pm
b 9:10 am
o 6:60 pa
Twin City Passenger. . .b i.M am
PlouxtClty Passenger... a 2:00 pm
Kmerson Jxical b 6:20 pm
Emerson Local o 8:45 am
b 8:60 pm Bll:80 pm
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday,
except Ssturday. e Sunday only,
PATTERSONS DESIRE QUIET
Fay Templeton and tt Husband He.
fuse Welcome Accorded Them
PITTSBURG, Aug. 10. Fay Templeton,
who Is now Mrs. Wllllnm J. Patterson, ar
rived at her Pennsylvania home last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson drove Into
Sprlngdale, a suburb of this city,- early In
the evening In a swell trap, coming over j
the ennntrv from N,w Kenrinffton. The A
Patterson residence, which has been closed
. w a . v. A a mt um !., se a
mil. c inn ucaui m n..i.
son, had been In the hands of csretskere
and renovators for several days, and this
excited suspicion. All attempt, however,
to ascertain the cause of the apparent un
usual activity were met with rebuffs. Last
night when the bride and groom arrived
the villagers were prepared and a veritable
charivari greeted them.
"Keep right on marching, and be quick
about It, or I'll turn the dogs on you."
This was the salutation that greeted the
village drum corps ' that assembled before
Despite the warning the musicians con
tinued their msreh, circling the house and
returning to the entrance gates, where,
once clear of the private grounds of the
millionaire, It played several tunes amid
cheers for "W. J."
It had been Intended that the leader of
the drum corps should make a little
speech, but Just as the music stopped for
the purpose a dark figure rose from the
rear of the porch, saluted the crowd with
the admonition quoted and "Jack" Pat
terson, a brother of the bridegroom, a
pen red. and upon his solicitations the band
Although the Pattersons distinctly de
clined to be "at home" to the serensdere,
other houses In the vicinity were lighted
up and the residents were out on their
porches and applauded the players. Not
to be entirely hslked In Its purposes, the
drum corps marched about f?;j town play
ing lustily and ended up at the railroad
station, where an Impromptu concert was
William J Pstterson refused to be In
terviewed last evening.
DEMOCRATS STOP CITY WORK
New Council Throttles Prvarress by
Lopplnar Off Employes la
The asphalt, sewer and Inspection forces
still remained off the payrolls of the en
gineering department Friday and no work
was done In any of these lines. Council
men McGovem and Brucker held a con
ference with City Engineer Rosewater, but
no negotiations leading towards an Im
provement of conditions wag reported.
Counellmen say they do not propose to do
anything towards confirming the engineer's
appointments until Tuesday night and the
engineer says he doee not propose to let
an employe do on hour's work until s
sanctioned by the mayor and council.
REBATE PAPERS GO EAST
Documents Recovered at Greeley
Center Are Sent to Officials
' at Washington.
The half a dosen or so papers recovered
by the United States officials at Greeley
Center, being a part of railroad records
sought to be burned, have been sent to
Washington for the Investigation of the
Department of Justice, with a view to tak
ing whatever action may be necessary.
There Is no very enthuslaatto belief at the
federal building that anything Incriminat
ing will be found In the recovered records.
On the other hand the popular Impression
there Is that the Incident Is olosed as far
as any further investigation Is concerned.
One of the l.onsnl Stretehea af Doable
Track la tba World
under one management Is that of the
Orand Trunk Railway System from Chicago
to Montreal and to Niagara Falls. The
Grand Trunk-Ihlgh Valley Xouble Track
Route via Niagara Falls reachea from Chi
cago to New York.
Descriptive literature, time tables, etc.
will be mailed free on application to Geo.
W. Vaux. A. G. P. ft T. A.. Grand Trunk
Railway System, 135 Adams St, Chicago.
Sheet Melal Workers Elect.
INDIANAPOLIS. Aug. 10 The national
convention of the Sheet Metal Workers'
association today elected Edwin L. Sea-
brook of Camden, N. J., president. The
next convention city waa not eelected. In
vitations were extended by Peoria, Syra-
cuse, iieveiena, Jamestown, cmcage a -4