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BOTLE8 BUSINESS COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.
DAT AND NIGHT.
New Catalog Free. Tel. Dougla 1BS4.
Address H. B. Boyles, preslrienU
Boyles Building, OmahaJSeb.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Work! make a spe
cialty of fir escapes, shutter, doora and
ate. O. Andreen, prop., 102 8. 10th St.
ION PAINTING fl. 11 Cols, 1302 Douglas.
TRY Kelly's Towel Bupplr. Tel. Doug. tt0.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1919 Farnam,
laNTI-MONOPOLT Garbage Co., 621 N. Uth.
TeL Doug. 1779. Res. 'phone Doug. "(Mil.
Machinists, 817 8uth Uth Bt Tel, 6R37.
TYPEWRITERS rented, til makes, 12.60.
Fox Typewriter Co., 1822 Farnam.
WHERE TRUNKS ARE MADE.
Trunks, suit cases and shopping bags. Old
trunks taken in exchange. Repairing.
FRELlNO at 8TEINLK.
CO N. 16th 61. 'Phone Douglas 4995.
R Mill Ag26
FINE Minnesota Ice, In carload lots. Crys
tal Ice Co., Minneapolis. Minn. R 538
Do You Wish to Make a Change.
It you have a farm, home, business or prop
erty that you want -to sell or exchange
OLOBEULAND AND INVESTMENT CO..
Omaha, Neb., or Bioux City, la.
10-ROOM rooming housa, full of roomers;
good location. Address O 64, care of Bee.
BEST drug stock In southeast Nebraska;
about (6,000 cash required, sales $22,000;
profit 16,000. Address K 47. Bee.
t M666 Aug21
FOR SALE A first olsss Job offlce with
A-l newapaper plant In connection, pub
lishing three papers In surrounding
towns; Job type all new; doing good
business; excellent reasons for selling;
located at Hastings, Neb. Write now,
or coma, as this snap will not last long.
Prlcea low. Address Box (16, Hasting.
FOR SALE J4.000 drug stock In central
Nebraska; will pay for lUelf In, one
year. For particular write K-41, Bee.
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, at once, H In
terest good general mdae. business; In
voice about (3,400; for particulars writ
R. E. Kuhlman. Eddyvllle, Neb.
BUY YOUR HOMEON
THE EASY WAY PLAN
FAY for It by monthly payments. No
money required until house is ready for
occupancy. Agents wanted in every town
In Nebraska. Call or write for particu
lars. W. Q. Terapieton, Mgr. for Neb.
Bee Bldg., Omaha. Y-M8U
WANTED Architects, engineers and
superintendunts of construction of rait
roaus, smelters, packing houses and
power plants, to see and learn some
thing of Interest. 217 Bo. 12th. Open
evenings. ' T M792 14x
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
60DA FOUNTAIN, any also. 1818 Farnam.
- Q 715
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., best mixed
paint. Sherman McConnaU Drug Co.,
Omaha. Q 714
HALL'S safes, new. Id-band. 1212 Farnam.
FOR BALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; w lead the world in
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments. Bruns-wick-Bsike-Collender,
407 8. 10th. fit
WE buy everything la tba furniture Una.
Cblcd. j furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge.
FOR BALLV-Steam house heaUng koller;
was uaed to heat 2 -room house; will be
sold cheap. W. H. Bridges, aogtneer Bae
Bldg. Q 144
8END US your mall orders for drugs;
freight paid on 110 lota. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. Q 720
FINE Minnesota Ice for sale in carlots. A,
O. Gilbert Co.. Council Bluffs. Q-M364
ICS FOR SALE.
We have for sale In carload lots good res.
ervolr Ice. Address Kelrle Ice Co.. N. Y.
Life Bldg., Omaha, Nebraska.
UPRIGHT piano; fine suape; unredeemed;
cheap, . Kendls Bros, 202 No. 16th.
J ; - ' Q M1&4 llx
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS.. 1604 Fsrnaro, t and 6)4
per cent loaas on real estate; no delay.
' MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Co, 1220 Farnam St.
BUILDINQ loan en realdence property! I
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Hernia, Pax ton Block,
PRIVATE MONEY-F, D. Weed, 1620 Doug.'
11,000,000 TO LOAN ea business and resi
dence property in Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, K. 1, N. Y.
Ufa. W 758
WANTED City loans. R. C. Paters Ac Co.
City term loans. O. F. Carsoa Co., N.Y.L.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, so First National Bank Bldg.
F. J. LARSON A CO., patent lawyers;
patent book free. Bea Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
BHARPB MACHINE WORKS Patents
orocured. Inventions deveiooed. drawings.
patterns, castings, machine work. u4-tU
(L loth aw. . I
Patents procured and sold. 1 fee. Nat'l In.
voMsnent Co., Douglas Blk-, lsth Iodsa.
WIRE AND IRON FENCING.
For lawn, garden poultry and farm. Send
for large free eataloaue. Uet our prices.
Omaha Wire and Iron Works. v Bee
Building. Tel. Red 0s. M 2T B18
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wlra Fencing
as Bar foat, M (4. litA HU Keo 114.
WANTED MALE HELP
Send us the names of Ave young persons
who should be Interested In a commercial
education and w will mall you free of
cost six visiting cards with your name
written thereon by our expert penman.
Address PENMAN. .. OMAHA COM
MERCIAL COLLEGE. ' B-249
600 YOUNG MEN to prepare for firemen
and brfckemen: experience unnecessary;
firemen, 1100; brakaruen, 110 per monta,
with rapid promotion to engineer or con
doctor; hundreds of positions open.
Call or write for particulars at ones
National Railway Training , Aaa'n. 410
Paxton block. Omaha, Neb.
B M30S sept!
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 writs Moler Bar.
ber College, 111! Farnam St.
B M612 17x
WANTED Cigar maker; I rollers and f
bunch breakers; will pay the beet of
prices to go out of town; will send tickets.
Address H 12, care of Bee. B 732
DRUG STORES bought and sold; drug
cleiks wanted. F. V. Knleet. (24 N. Y. L
CIVIL SERVICE Want young men to pre.
par. See Underhlll, 2330 North 24th.
B M2S6 auglf
YOUNG 'MAN, Al references, to sell type
writers on road. Address Railing. 1K22
Farnam. B M424 augl8
WANTED Brick handlers and laborers at
the Avery brick yard, two miles south
of Albright; boarding housa at plant.
WANTED Good marble cutter: good
wiifc; steady employment. Glides at
Glides, Norfolk Marbls Works, Norfolk,
Neb. B M478
WANTED For th U. S. marine corps,
men between ages 21 and 85; an oppor
tunity to see the world. For further In
formation see poster in postofDce of any
county seat In the stste of Nebraska,
giving address of recruiting office located
therein. B M845 S30x
WANTED Five boys, good wsges, per
manent Job. A. D. T. Co., 212 8. 12th St.
WANTED Two first-class tinners, with
experience, on furnace work. Milton
Rogers St Bons Co. B M282
BLACKSMITH, iron worker, wlra worker
and boys 17 to 19 to learn trade. Apply
at Iron Works, 411 8. 16th St.
B M269 17
AN OLD LINE LIFE INSURANCE
AGENT WANTED One with experience
cspable of writing business himself
and managing men; salary and com
mission. Address, Lock Box 1626, Lin
coln, Neb. .- B 1(4 12
225 PER month for farm hand; a good
hand with stock wanted. Address H. L.
McKelvle, Fairfield. Neb. B-687
WANTED Traveling man) must be sober
and an energetic pusher after business;
position permanent with an assured good
income; state experience and where last
employed; references required. Address
N 16, Bea offlce. B M81S 14x
WANTED Laborers for Illinois, Wiscon
sin, Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, city
work, harvest rates. Ed. Rothery, 111
8. 14th. B M810 18x
WANTED Two students to work for their
board. . Apply Boston Lunch.
WANTED Fireman at Puritan laundry.
Apply at 2810 Farnam St. this evening.
WANTED Party to sell treasury stock of
a southern Nevada gold mining com
pany. The property Is one of the best
In that remarkable country. The stock
Is easily sold; a good thing for the In
vestor, and party who sells It. It will
pay you to Investigate this offer. Ad
dress N 23, Bee. B-M83S 20
Wa need, several bookkeepers, (60 to (76.
Several stenographers, (50 to (65.
Several offlce clerks, (&0 to (60.
1 extension clerk, packing house, 865.
1 German bookkeeper, (60.
See us at once If in need of a position;
don't lose any time. Write If you cannot
WESTERN REF. A BOND ASSN. (Inc.).
Dept. B, 840-1-3 N. Y. Life Bldg. .
B M838 14
ACTORS, .amateurs, also singers for
chorus; good dressers; New York produc
tion; great opportunity. Call at once.
Schwenk, 1916 Farnam Bt. B 834 14x
STENOGRAPHER, wholesale house; one
tnat nas some knowledge or bookkeeping;
state sxperlence. Address N 23, Bee.
B ((38 14
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Experienced cloak salesladies
lor Tail season: none oilier need apply.
Address K t, Bea. C ill
WANTED Woman cook, (30 per month;
must lurnisn rscommenaaiions. AOdreat
L 7, Bee. C M856
GIRL for general housework; good wages.
lit o. ana ox. (j M40D
GOOD girl for general housework, 85 per
week, isus weoater bu u fB4 13x
GIRL for general housework. 1333 So. 81st
St. c 624 13
WANTED A Cook, small family and good
wages, u jd fm.ru av. c Mall 16
WANTED Competent girt In family of two.
Appiy uti do. a Bt. u hzo
STRONG GIRLS for turning bags; steady
work. Bemis umana Bag Co., nth and
Jones Sts. C-M839 16
WANTED Two experienced salesladies In
silk department. Apply manager silk de
partment. J. L. Brandels eV Bons.
C M830 It
WANTED Hardware salesman; an ener-
getio young man with at least 6 years'
experience. Address, with references, L
67, Bee, stating salary expected. L 247
CIGAR salesman wanter. In your locality;
uuy ana country iraae; commission; en
close stamp for particulars. L. Dene
beim & Son, Fourth and Grand, Kansas
City, Mo. L-829 14x
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW. and
needed by everybody; our (2.000 Combina
tion rouciea, covering ail accidents, dia
eases and occupations; costing only (4
per snnum each, payable Quarterly: iaiued
, by this Society only. Over OOO.Ouu already
paia in oenenis. 4UI.M9 WAM tl)
targe cuiiiiiiiiuna ana rxciusivu terri
tory given. Address NATIONAL. ACCI
DENT SOCIETY, 820 Broadway, New
York. ESTABLISHED U YEARS.' J-
rin VriV VHTT OUR Embroidered
flu xv,u Shirt Waist Patterns
ancr other novelties are the easiest sellers
on the market. You can make (10 to (IS s
day and have nothing Invested. 8plendid
opportunity for either lsdles or gentlemen.
Mall orders snswered. Call or write IL H
Embroidery Works, 111H 8. Uth St.. p.
sisirm. J MM u
WANTED Agents to represent us In th
Land and Investment Co., Omnha, Neb.
and Sioux City, la, JMii 19
WANTED Three wideawake solicitors;
work pleasant and a money-maker. Must
be sober snd furnish good references. Ad
dress N 17. Bee office. J M14 14x
YOUNG lady stenographer with varied ex
perience wants temporary stenograph!
pusiuon. Aaaress ft ;u cars nee.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY-Preferably. but not
necessarily, from owner, good building
ioi. ranging in price irom tJV to vtv:
must need no hllins and not be a AIUmI
lot; located around Walnut HUI. Bemls
rars, west or southwest part or city,
Address N i. Cart Be. K-3M Ux
WANTED TO BUY SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE,' stotes. carpets, clothing
snd shoes. Pay ths, beat prices. Te
uougias ssix, hhhh
WANTED To buy. a good second-hand
lypewriier. aiso aeoona-nana typewrite
desk. Phone Douglas sJel ti-UM
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWET European hotel. Uth and Farnam.
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
Thurston hotel; rooms (1.60 up per week.
CAPITOL HOTEL. 18th and Capitol Ave..
south front; rooms with or without noara.
EXCELLENT modem furnished or unfur
nished rooms for housekeeping. 2674 Har
ney St. E 674
FRONT room, nw furniture, private fam-
ui .uv. join Ave.
E M74J 14X
TWO large housekeeping rooms, ground
noor; separata entrance, sue bo. sii Ave.
E 826 14x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining room, cafe.
NICELT furnished cool rooms, excellent
hoard rates reasonable. The Rose, 2020
Harney Bt. F M607 A27x
MODERN room, home cooking, reasonable
price. 2216 Howard uu inon uougiaa
3568. F 626
NICE, cool, airy rooms, close In, with home
cooking. 20 a. 2&th Bt.-' f mtzd 18
NICELY furnished rooms with board, 1919
uonge Bt; F MW2 16X
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CENTRAL, t rooms; bath. Tlxard. 220 N.
23d. U M131
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT To "reliable parties only,"
seven-room nouse, moaern in every re
spect; newly painted and papered; beau
tiful lawn, cement walks and steps; lot
(0x160; 836 per month. Call at premises,
1329 Bo. 27th Bt. D M828 16x
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
rices. Tel. uougia ltjio. ecnmoiier a
lueller Piano Co., 13U-18U Farnam.
TTfiTTRTT.S ln ll parts of the city. R
UUOjB c Meters tt Co., Bea Bldg.
WnTTSTT.S In all paxU of the city. The
UUUOJliO o. F. Davis Co., 608 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, lnsurano. Rlngwalt, Barker Bk.
OMAHA Van A Storage Co.. pack, move.
store H. H. goods; storehouse, iia4 in.
19th. Office. 1511 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1659.
WE MOVE pianos. Msggard Van A Stor-
BK 0. X CI. UVUI. ivn v,,iv ' "
ster 6t. D-788
Bee us when shipping household goods to
large clUes west. We can savs .you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
CO., 214 N. Sixteenth St. Tel. Dougll96.
CENTRAL, 4 or 6-room flats. Thwrd, 280
BEVERAL at (13 to $25. Chris Boyer, J2d
ana uuming bu i-aona uum. .
414 8. 29th ST., 7 rooms, modern, $22.56. John
N. Frenxer, Opp. old P. O. D-M416 ,
inTTvauiw.viv TlTTTCftTl Cri
Storage snd transfer. Best storage houss
in tn City, immcawn auenuuu
1629-J1-83 Jf. 16th St. Tel.
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO., household
goods storea; ary rooms, '-j
"phone 1062. 1106 Farnam. D MU1
10-ROOM modern house, H N. 26th St.
Keys on premises. ip-mj
FOR RENT Six-room cottage, 22d and
California Bts., (22. Apply at 607 No. 19th
Bt. v D-69
FOR RENT A 9 room houss, well located.
Globe Land ana investment , '
Patterson Blk. D M591
7-ROOM, all-modern, new dwelling, walking
distance nign scnooi
1609 Farnam, Ground Floor. P'"
NINE-ROOM, thoroughly modern, oak fin
ished bouse, ai i-acinc, r"
Klllck. No. 602 Bee bldg. D-823
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Baa office, city
hell building, 417 N. 26th Bt., Boutu
Omaha. Apply to manager.
NO EQUAL, laundry, drug store. TUard.
93 H. Ui.
STORE ROOM for rent. 406 B. Wth. Or
pheum Theater Bldg. Dyball. 1618 Doui
as. FOR RENT One 4-story brick stor with
cement basement snd good elevstor; 107
Douglas. Building will be put In good
order at once. Inquire at 1209 P0"1"
John Under. J-MU23
ROOM-20x50. tear. 817 S. Uth Bt. 1-859
STORE for rent on Fsrnam Bt. between
18th and 14th, 22x132, fine location. Ad
dress N 20. B-e. 19
BOOK of Worship, Sunday morning. Re
ward, rnont uougias 07. m .
care Bee. Lost-M821 llx
LOST Gold brooch. In shape of a knot.
Reward on return to Bee office.
LOST Lady's rose gold brooch with small
diamond ana peari senilis, """l'
return to Bee office. Lost M6W 14x
LOST Pocket book containing railroad
ticket and (6 casti; reward. Return to 2606
Decatur St. Lost-M812 14
LOST Small black snd tan dog, white feet
white breast and white tip on tall; nickel
collar. Finder please leave at Adama
express depot offlce and receive reward.
Lost M&41 14
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale
prices. Ssve on every article. Only first
class goods handled. Prompt attention
to every order. Send for catalogue. B- F.
KaroL 236 Harrison St.. Chicago, IlL
LEADING PALMIST OF OMAHA.
Eventful and truthful predictions given,
a . . . . 1. ..k at .ka Da.am Cap
LS11 IIS B. - "1
WETMORB deteetlx-e service; 'phone Red
7401. Rooms U and 14. Union Blk.. Uth
. and Farnam. 671 B6x
PATTERNS cut to measurs, McDowell
system of dressmaking taught. I62I Far
nam. Mi34 BI
IF YOU do not And what you want In this
column, put an ad ia and you will 'n
get iU St-M
THINGS COUNT IN LIFE
WANT A DS
COUNT IN BUSINESS
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
In a modern, two-story, six-room dwelling
with furnace; convenient to West Fsrnam
car line; papered throughout; cemented cel
lar under whole; purchaser can occupy at
any time. For price and terms apply to
HENRY F. W 1 MAN, 1008 N. Y. Life Bldg.
1H LOT, T6xl24, 6-room house, good barn,
well and cistern water, t blocks from
California Bt. ear line, (2,000; (S00 cash,
balance on eawy terms.
X2d and Cuming Sts. Telephone jTg'
AND IT'S CHEAP
(room house, well built and
strictly modern, has gas, elec
tric light, porcelain bath, mar
ble wash stand, good furnace,
cemented cellar, laundry.
Owner has left the city, will
not rent; must be sold.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 1781.
RE 643 14
f FINE LOT
at northwest corner of (1st
Ave. and Evans; paved street,
one block from car; $200; easy
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 178L
RE 642 14
KERR-BHALLCROSS CO.'B ABSTRACT'S
OF TITLES are the safest. You are pro
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
For a new abstract company to maka your
title from the beginning. We have your
title already on our books and can make
an abstract on short notice at low price.
MIDLAND GUARANTEE AND TRUST
1714 Farnam Street.
RE M840 14
A fine piece of trackage property, 147x2234,
?,".JK- trck at 6tn "nd Jone 8t-S
(12,000 will take It for immediate sals.
Room 1 New Tors Life Bldg.
FOR SALE North part of city, one block
from car line, 6-room cottage, in excel
lent condition; fine lawn, shade trees,
sewer now being laid on street. If Inter
ested address N 1J,. Bee. RE M760 14x
FOR BALE Lot on Sherman Ave., 60 feet
front, suitable for a brick flat. Address
N 6, Bee, RE M762 14x
LIST your property with us, wa have the
buyers. O. F. Larson St Co.
FOR SALE A t room, residence, property
on N. 29th St.- Price and terms reason
able. Globe Lahd"and Investment Co.,
. Room 3, Patterson Blk. - RE M592
U. S. Sale Bureau,' 804 Neville block. Real
Estats and Investments. RE M426 84
SNAP FOR SOMEBODY.
Owner crasy to sell and wants an offer
on beautiful east front lot near 86th and
Leavenworth Sts. No delay. J. B.
Piper, 411 Karbach Blk. RE-M831 16
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EVERYBODY NEED IT.
And this 14 the place to come and get Ik
Don't let money stand in tha way of en
joying yourself when It can be so easily
obtained at tbir office on HOUSEHOLD
UOODS. PIANOS, HORSEa. WAGONS,
SPECIAL RATES ' ON SALARY LOANS.
We have a good proposition to offer these
who wish money to tide them over vac a
tlon period. Call and be convinced.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
307-308 Paxton Block.
du without, but what's tha
use 7 None at all.
on your furniture, pianos, live '
. y stock and other chattels. W
also loan to - persons steadily
employed on their plain not
NO ONE WILL KNOW
you ever had loan, besides
you have uss of both money
and security at the same time,
arranged to suit your purse.
If paid before due.
Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.,
113 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. Douglas Hit.
106 SO. UTH BT.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew.
clry, horses, cows, etc C. F. Reed. 810 8.
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg,
Advances private money oa chattels or
salary; easy to get; no red tape; you gst
....... a t . . ill. ei U V a.laut f I tf m t mmatl n- -
Open evenings till 1. X HI
CHATTEL and salary loans. Phoenix
Credit Co.. 633 Paxton block. X 700
EAOLE LOAN OFFICE; reliable, accom
modating; all business confidential, llul
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loans.
Duff Green Loan Co., room 6, Barker
DR. PRIBENOW'S PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, pianos, salary,
horses, etc.. In any amount, at less limn
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 block. 80 & 15th St. X 782
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security; easy pay.
ments. Offices tn 63 principal cltlea. Tol
man, room 714, New York Lite Bldg.
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans.
Foley Loan Co, Uo4 Farnam SC X TO
LYNGSTAD High Grade 1907 Calendars,
. 8. E. corner Uth St. and
JORVE, Cspltol Avs. -74o
CENTRAL PRINTING CO., 110 8. 17TH.
. , -600 810
CURTIS Miss Msrgaret, aged 87 years,
Sunday, August 12, st residence of her
son, John J. Curtis, 1309 South Twenty
Funeral services and Interment Wednes
day st Suaquehsnna, Pa.
Great Western Granite Co. Douglas 671.
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam. TeL Doug.
WITHOUT AN OPERATION-ALL kinds
of piles cured Internal, external, blind,
bleeding or Itching piles. A guarantee
given In every ease treated by Dr. Max
well, who has had twenty-fivs years' ex
perience In treating piles. Hundreds of
testimonials 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 8824 N. 24th
St., Omaha. Neb. U-M10P,
TRY KELLY'S Laundry. 'Phona Douglas
MM U IU
DR. ROY. Chiropody, R. t A 8. 1505 Farn'm.
PRIVATE confinement home; Mrs. Dr.
King, 2018 N. 21st St. Tsl. Doug. 3559.
PLEATING Bu It tonsucWn s.
1 LUa I 1MVJ Embroidering.
Dyeing and Cleaning, Sponging and Shrink
lng. only 6c per yard. Band for pries list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
200 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1936.
unuiv 1 m a uth st.
PRIVATE homo during confinement. Mrs.
Gardell. 2216 Charles. Tel. Doug. 6311.
OMAHA Steam, Paste Co. manufactures
pure flour pasta. 1310 Cuming. TeL
Doug. 4621. U
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need, we collect, repair snd sell, at 114
Nllth St., for cost of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4136 end
wagon will call. U-611
Kf AflNRTTf! OSTEOLOGY. Mrs. Rlt
aLAUXMILiil tenhou 0 n. 16th St.
Room 2, Id floor. U M361 (16
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelghton Medical College, 14th and
Davenport Sis. Special attention paid
to confinement cases. All treatment su-
Krvlsed by college professors. 'Phone
ug. 1167. Calls answered day or night.
THE City Garbage Co Office, 14th and
Leavenworth Sts. TeL Douglis 1387.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. Th Good Samaritan San
itarium. 778 First Av., Council Bluffs,
la, Tel 774. U-322
SURVEYING, Bllckensderfer. 313 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Bldg.
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
prices. 8end for free catalogue. . Myern
Dillon Drug Co.. Omaha. U 77S
WE RENT' sewing machines at $1 per
week: we sell second-haml machines (5
up. Nebraska Cycls Co., corner 15th snd
Harney. Tel. Douglas 1663. U 778
DRB. VOGEL, private hospital for women
and for ladles before and during confine
ment. 2319 6. 13th St., Omaha, Neb
Wanted A piano player, lady or gent; one
with theatrical experience preferred; also
Serformers wanted at once. Sam Abbott.
12 8. 17b Bt. U-822 13x
MAGNETIC , n. uth st,
second floor, room 2.
U M800 aug2(
CHIROPODIST Dr. Dunbar, 206 Neville
block; bairdresslng, etc. Douglas 6170.
U M14 Aug30
ARCHITECT a L. Brolln. (18 Be Bldg.
U 432 86
BUSINESS lunch fifteen cents. Regular
dinner twenty-five cents. Short orders at
all hours. Ed Rothery, IU a 14th. D. H.
Rump, Manager-Prop. J M478 14x
ACORN PRESS sK
U 698 89
SHOULD BLANCHARD'S 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
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 774
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseases,
weaknesses, dlschsrges. Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Withnell
block, lth and Harney, room t, Omaha.
FOR SALE FARMS
GRAIN AND STOCK
480 acres level land, soil
is of black vegetable mold
on a heavy clay sub-soli; is
very rich, works fine, having
no rocks or stones; 200 acres
In cultivation, balance pas.
. turo and hay land; good
fences, sheds and other out
buildings and wind mills;
neat $ room dwelling. Price
only $10 an acre. It would
, make an Ideal horn.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st Floor N. Y. Llfs Bldg.,
H M760 14
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS, UNION PACIFIC
la closing out Its lands In western Ne
braska, Colorado and Wyoming.
From 83.00 to 86.00 per acre.
Take advantags . of th low prices and
easy terms offered, th opportunity will
. soon be gone.
8pcial excursion rates to th lands.
For furthsr Information apply to
UNION PACIFIC LAND AGENCY.
818 South 16th St., Omaha, Neb.
A RBDHOT SNAP.
00-acr ranch in Richardson county, Ne
braska; 100 bottom land, balaocs upland
and quits rough, but ths beat of timber;
pssture well set to bluegrass and white
clover; bottom land all In com; house of
6 roerns snd a fair set of outbuildings;
never falling water running through pas.
ture. A first-class stock and grain farm
.and best bargain tn southeast Nebraska.
Price, If taken soon, 830 per acre. Act
J. R. ADKINB. Craig. Mo
a w itx
FOR SALE FARMS
2,000 ACRES AT $4
In western Nebraska; soil It
black loam on a heavy clay
sub-soil; Is very rich and
easily worked; no stones.
Th owner la anxious to aelL
Thame kind of land, under
Irrigation, sell aa high aa
$100 an acre.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st Floor N. T. Llfs Bldg.
640 ACRES ONLY'$4
Five mile from Sidney,
county seat of Cheyenne
county; soil Is black vegeta
ble mold on a heavy clay
sub-soli; Is very rich and
works fine; no stones.
PAYNE' INVESTMENT CO.,
1st Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Western Kansas Wheat Lands
60,000 acres of fine wheat lands, (400 te
(16.00 per acre. Special excursions every
Tuesday. Write for particulars. Globe
Lend end Investment Co., Omaha, Neb.,
and Blnux City. Ia. 11M 4:1 A18
LAW & COLLECTIONS
3. M. Marfarland. 809 N. Y. L Bldg. Tel.
Doug. 8f58. TH
FOR RENT ACREAGE
TWENTY acres with house and barn. IU
B. 16th. Bt. M159
JOHNSON Institute, 418 N. T. L. Tel.
Doug. 1664. 7M
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Nebraska. August 10, 1906.. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be received here
and by Quartermaster at the post named
herein, until 10 a. m., central standard time,
August 30, ISort. for furnishing oats, bran
snd straw during the fiscal year ending
June 80. 1807, at Fort Washakie, Wyoming.
Proposals for delivery at other places will
be entertained. United States reserves
right to reject or accept any or all pro
posals or any part thereof. Information
furnished on application here, or to Quar
termaster at the station named. Envelopes
containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Forage," and addressed to
Captain THOMAS 8WOBE, AcUng C. Q.
Office, Fort Crook, Nebraska, August 10,
1906. Scaled proposals. In triplicate, sub
ject to the usual conditions, will be re
ceived here until 10 o'clock s. m., central
standard time, August 26, 1906, for making
repairs to swimming pool and accessories
thereto, at this post. Full Information will
be furnished and drawings and specifica
tions may be seen at this office. Proposals
to be marked "Proposals for repairs to
swimming pool" and addressed to Captain
R. R. Stogsdall, Quartermaster, 80th In
fantry, Constructing Quartermaster.
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UNITED 8TATE8 Aug. 80, OcU 11
OSCAR II ..Sept. 13. Oct. 26
C. F. TTETGEN Sept. 20, Nov. 1
rr Tlrkoo apply te Local Siaatta. er le
A. 8S. JOUhkOR, 3 Braadway, N. T.
DODGE GIVES HIS PLATFORM
Createe laaavatloa la Fillas So that
Tatar May Kaaw Where
Representative) N. V, Dodg. Jr In filing
for renomlnatlon by tha republican for
another 'term In th legislature, has created
an Innovation. He has prepared and given
out the personal pis t form on which he
tends, believing that candidates should
take such a course In tha absence of a con
vention or opportunity to express what he
stands for In a concrete way before the
primaries. Immediately after filing Mr.
Dodge gave out this statement:
As the enectment of the direct primary
law for Douglas county does away wlih
party conventions, and hence the adoption
of the party platforms, I feel It Is Incum
bent upon a candidate for office tn give to
-hi-BiT1" .?Tn" P'ffrm or principles
,2if., . P1"" himself to uphold snd
V','" ahle to crr'r t noma
Irmted and elected. I therefor wish, to
state to the republicans of Douglas county
'in IVin " c"n"l'te fr the leglsla
r.in? .t, mVelf to support, with all
iiilr' h 'nactment of the following
fit lu27 whlcn "'m m this time
In Nebasklr0 ubct" fo" legl-laturet
Flrjt-The "enactment of a state-wide
direct primary law. which will permit tha
people to nominate all city, county stste
and congressional candidates, snd 'to de
clare their preference for United State
senator, without the aid of a convention
Second Although I do not believe the en.
domement of a United States senator by
the stste convention Is as desirable as nom
ination by direct primary, I still believe It
Is a step In th right direction; therefore
If elected, I will vote for the candidate
who Is nominsted by the stste convention
whoever he may be, as such endorsement
will be the best evidence of the pennie s
Third T believe we . should have a con
stitutional convention or some concerted ac
tion hy the legislature to pass several im
portant amendments to the present consti
tution, which is antiquated. Inadequate and
unwortHy our great stsfe.
Fourth We should create a railroad com
mission by constitutional amendment and In
the enactment measure grant the commis
sion similar powers over state traffic that
the federal commission has over Interstate
carrlera. The present commission bill Is
Inadequate and If valid would be question
able relief to present conditions. A rail
road commission elected by the people,
with Jurisdiction over all common carriers
within the state and with power to fix
reasonable rates would be more effective
and fairer to the people and the carriers
than - a maximum rate bill drawn by a
legislature. Lexintlators who meet once In
two yesrs a-,d who have no training or
time to study the details are, In my
opinion, more apt to pass an unconstitu
tional law than an effective one In this re
gard. Fifth The present tax law ahould be pre
served In the main,- but should be so
changed as to equalize Jhe burden of taxa
tion between the Individual and the cor
poration. In Douglas county the Individual
Is sustaining the burden and the rnllroad '
Is escaping taxation by spreading Its ter
minal values over Its entire mileage In the
The tax on mortgagee should be repealed,
for it results In double taxation and puts a
premium on foreign held mortgsges. They
pay no taxes, while the cltlsens of Ne
braska who loan money to the local home
builder must pay a tax on his mortgage.
Today the aavinars of Nebraaka are not go
ing Into real estate mortgagee, for tho
lender must charge 7 or 8 per cent to net
him 8 or 6 per cent.. This Is unfair to our
own people snd detrimental to local Im
provement of the land.
Sixth I have mentioned only a few of
the Importsnt subjects for legislation, but
I may confidently refer the people of Doug
las county to my record In the last session
snd -assure them that In all matter of
legislation. I will use my best efforts for
progressive legislation along sll lines tend
ing to the betterment of our laws and their .
SCHEME TO BOOST THE NAVY .
Casupala-a of Edoeatlon with Pletare
how Will Be Extended
The TTnlt.d states rovernment will do a
little work In Omaha soon In the Way of
Affile tins tha neonle on the subject Of th
United States navy. The Navy department
has authorised the expenditure or a certain
sum nf monev in advertising the navy and '
In co-operation with a picture and blograph
concern which bears part of th expenses
for the chance of advertising Itself Is giving
picture shows In some of the larger cities.
Lieutenant Commander It. M. Blgnor, chief
of th recruiting bureau at Omaha, Is con
ferring with Manager Oillan of the Audi
torium with the Idea of having a show here
and It ha been decided that one will be
given either In the latter part of August
or late In September.
The blograph will show picture of all of
the country' war vessels, their officers and
their maneuvers, and ome pictures of the
Spanish-American war. In addition some
views of other nation will b hown.
A nominal admission fee may be charged
to help th government pay the rent of the
Auditorium. Th show will be glvn later
on at Hastings, Lincoln and Council Bluff.
NEW COUNTY CLAIMS RECORD
Clark Haverly Devisee Ira proved ys
tesa for Kjcaplasr Track
' County Clerk Havely la working on a
new system of keeping the records of claim .
filed against the county. Under tha plan
tha claims will be entered consecutively
a they are filed, but will be entered In
separate columns by month. At th same
time they will be charged up to the various
funds. This will enable th county authori
ties to know th condition of th funds
month by month and will make It easy to
keep track of the expenditures as they or
made. At the close of the year a balance
sheet will be struck off, which will show
at a glanc the amount expended for th
various Items of expense and the balance
In the funds. The new method Is simpler
than th old plan and It is believed will
be much more satisfactory to all con
ALL 'A SAME MAYOR. DAHLMAN
Chief Executive of Scaayler Ha III
Troabl with tha City
Mayor Dahlman 1 not th only chief
executive of Nebraska cities who . has
trouble getting hi appointment con
firmed. Bchuyler ha Juat uch a mayor,
or at least Mayor W. A. Rathsack of th
Colfax county seat has Just such trouble. ;
"I want to go up to the city hall and
commiserate Mayor Dahlman while I am
In tha city," said Mayor Rathsack Monday
morning. "I was elected to the city coun
cil and then ucceeded to the mayor's
chair and that left a vacancy In th coun
cil, which I had to fill by appointment.
I have twlc appointed F. P. Churchill and
each time th council ha turned down my
appolntmenU I mean to repeat th ap
pointment, however." ,
ESTIMATE 0N AUDITORIUM
Architect Lateaser Ftcorlaa; Cost
of Cosspletlaaj Strae
tare. - Architect John Latenser spent a large
part of Monday Inspecting tha Auditorium,
that ha might be able to appear before a
meeting of Auditorium directors and busi
ness men Tuesday noon with a close' esti
mate of th cost of completing th build
ing. The - proposed Improvement include
plastering, decorating, concrete covering
for Iron pillars, change In eleotrlo light
ing, tiling for main roof, galvanised Iron
for th clear roof, floor for th roof gar
den and atone pillars on tha north and
west side of th building.
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