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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1906.
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. MISCELLANEOUS' "
BOYLES BUSINESS COLLEGE
- . 18 NOW OPEN.
DAY AND NIGHT.
: Students ere admitted any nay
New Catalog Free.. Tel. Douaia 1984.
' Address H. B. Boyles, President,
. Hoyte Building. Omaha, Neb.
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Sit So. 16tb St.
Tel. Douglas 681.
OMAHA Safe aod Iron Works nk a spe
clalty of lire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. O. Andreen, prop., 101 8. loth St.
SIGN PAINTINO-S. H. Colt. 1302 T$.
WHERE TRUNKS ARB MADE. -Trunks,
suit cases and shopping bags. Old
trunks In exchange. Repairing.
FUELING A 8TELNLH.
410 N. 16th St. ' 'Phone Dougla 4995.
R M704 a23
TRY Kelly's Towel Supply. Tl. Doug. 3630.
IOWA Santlarjr Cleaning Co, 1919 Farnam,
ANTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co.. 621 N. 16th.
Tel. Doug. 1778. Res. phone Doug. TOffl.
ELSAfiSKR A BRICE,
Machinist, 317 South 12th St. Tel. 6837.
. R 784
TYPEWRITERS rented, all makes, $Z60.
Fox Typewriter Co., 1822 Farnam.
HEFL1N Locksmith, moved upstair
entrance, 1324 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 2974.
Do You Wish to Make a Change
If you have a farm, home, business or prop,
erty that you want to sell or exchange
GLOBELAND AND INVESTMENT CO..
-Omaha, Neb., or Sioux City, la.
By virtu the authority vested In me
by an order ot the United Stages district
"j:c forrthe district of Nebraska i will,
on the 17th day of September, 19oi, at 10
a. ni., eejl at public auction to the highest
bidder the stock of millinery, cloaks, suit
'Uid other goods and fixtures of the Omaha
Suit company, bankrupt, at the place uf
business of the Omaha Suit company In
Omaha, Douglas county, Nebraska, at 1611
Douglas street. Said property will be of
fered first In departments and then aa a
whole and will be sold according to the
bids realising the largest amount therefor.
The. terms of said sale will be for cash
and subject to the approval of said court.
SIDNEY W. SMITH. Receiver.
Y M29S 17
'FOB SALE A first-class Job office with
A-l newspaper plant In connection, pub
lishing three papers In ' surrounding
towns; Job type ill new; doing good
business; excellent reasons for selling;
located at Hastings; Neb. Write now,
or eome, as this snap will not Inst long.
Prices low. Address Box 616, Hastings,
Neb. ,' : " ... Y Sal
FOR SALE Country printing office: ycur
own terms. Paying proposition. Enter,
prise. Anselmo. Neb. Y M422 12 .
14 ROOM rooming house. Snap for cash.
116 No. 19th. . Y-M433 10X
FOR SALE Rooming houses; close in. See
J. E. Keyes, 107 S. 17th St. Y M571 10x
FOR' SALE Only restaurant and con fee
tlonery business tn town of 800; only soda
fountain la town in connection with res
taurant. Tor particulars address Box
198. Charter Oak, la. Y M852 U
SODA FOUNTAIN, any size. 1818 Farnam.
. .. J . , - . Q 795 ,
paint. Sherman A McConnell Drug Co.,
umiin. M ivm
HALL'S safes, new, Sd-hand. 1818 Farnam.
FdR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool table: we lead the world In
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments. Brune-
wick-Baike-couenaer, n o. win bi.
WE buy' everything In the furniture line.
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge.
JfvVO Beslsy letter cabinets In good condl
tlon, made of walnut ' and . hare two
drawer each. Call at Bee business office
and get a bargain.
Q 41 X
FOR SALE litres slse aauarlum. rests on
two oak pedestals set on solid, base. In
quire at nee easiness (jmci. j w a
rR MALE Steam house heatlnc boiler:
was used to heef'i-room houae; will be
sold cheap. W. H. Bridges, engineer Bee
SEND US your mall orders for druca;
freight paid on $10 lota. Myers-Dillon
Urug UO.. umana. . w w
CHEAP Leaving city, furniture of 6-room
cottage; sectional bookcase; high-grade
sewing machine. 370 . ann. y Man
JTOR SALE f.'heep, carpets, mahogany
aetee. Radiant Home base burner. tUi
Bo.- I3d St. Q M&M 11
FOR BAIjE A Round Oak heating stove
a alx-hole cook stove, a gas ranse. Call
at 19V7 spencer Bt. y Aidui ivx
FOR SALE Good bicycle, . Tel. Douglas
Ktttt. : M&al 10 x
LIFE scholarship best shorthand school
big reduction. Address P care Bee.
. 0-44& 10X
' LOST AND FOUND
JXXST TSy'a gold-filled, open-face watoh,
with Waltham Rhrereide Maximus works.
somewhere - from Bennett's to Boston
pi ore or It a y den s, or on Dodge street
car, Saturday afternoon. Liberal "reward
t finder If returnee) to H. A. waiters.
care E. rl Bruce co. lst Man 10X
PATENTS Quickly secured with araol
claims. Special fifteen dollars saving
proposition for thirty dys. Write today,
aucloelng deacriptlon of invention. Win,
bagger, wun,, v. t.
". J LARSON A CO.. Detent lawyer
patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
SHARPS , MACHINE WORKS Patents
Drocured. Inventions developed, drawings.
altern caattugs, machine work. u4-li
B. 10th bt. . z
PATENTS procured snd sold. 1 fee. Nat l
Investment Co., Douglaa Blk.. 14th &
Dodge. , o
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
t. Macfarland. , N. Y. U Bldg Tel
"V. ... u ua na
WANTED MALE HELP
Omaha Commercial College
FALL TF.RM OPENS
SEPT. ID. -ALL
DAT AND NIGHT SESSIONS. -New
decoration uO new tvixwritera ad
ditional teacbera la shorthand department.
Everything In good order September I.
KOURBOIOH BROS., proprietors.
19th and Ktnuffl Sta.
WANTED For the U. B. trsrlne corpe.
men between sges a and K: an oppor
tunity to see tb world. For fuller In
forms tlon see poster In posiofflce of sny
county seat In the stste of Nebraska,
giving address of rscruitlng office located
therein. B-M84I SJOx
OPENS SEPTEMBER 3RD AND 4TH.
BOYD THEATRE BUILDING.
. Satlgfaction Ouarantoed.
P. U SMITHERS, M. A., President
Day snd Right School.
WlNTRTV.iriva hov rood VlfM. Mr
manent lob. A. D. T. Co- HI B. 13th St.
Send us the names of Ave young persons
who should be Interested In a commercial
education and we will mail you' free of
cost six visiting cards with your name
Written thereon by our expert penman.
Address PENMAN. OMAHA COM
MERCIAL college. b ssa
WANTED SOUND YOUNG MEN. 18 to
80, to prepare for firemen and brakemen
on new roads and for fall runh. Ex-pert-noe
unnecessary. Firemen 1100, pro
moted to engineers 8300; brakemen $75,
promoted to conductors tlM. Positions
now open. National Railway Training
Association, 420 X Paxton Blk., Omaha,
Neb. B M188.01 .
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. We
prepare you for positions 112 to 2V
weekly. You can practically earn your
tuition, tools and board before completing;
short time required. Positions or loca
tions waiting. Call or write Moler Bar
ber College. 1116 Farnam Bt.
B M424 14x
DRUG STORES bought and sold; drug
cieras wanted, f . V. iiniest, un. i . i.
TEAMS can make from $4 to 86 per day.
steady work. c. B. Havens ec (Jo. varus,
14th and Webster. B 298
WANTED Car builders, repairers and
truck men, (Judahy packing co.
WANTED Experienced bill clerk; must
be wen recommended ; preier marnea
man; state age and aalary. Address O
24, care Bee B 691
TWO men to sell goods on payments from
sample wagons. tr. jtaams o., ioi
Howard. B M921 Ol .
SALARY and commission will be paid to a
flint-class old-line life insurance roan
capable of writing business himself and
teaching others to do so. Address lock
box 1526. Lincoln. Nsb. B MStrt 04
MEN and boys, plumbing, bricklaying,
plastering trades pay to to oay. we
teach you thoroughly in three months.
Position guaranteed. Free catalogue.
Coyne's Trade School, St. Louis, Mo.
B M387 x
W A NTltD Laborers. Independent Elera
tor, 28th and Gold Sta. wages fiw per
day. Steady employment. B M388
vni-K-n w . XT OTTmv T.AW!
Omaha School of Law; evening sessions
only. . Further information, address eec.
' retary. 701 N. T. Life Bldg. Tel. Doug..
SSI. u -vaa wo
WANTED Experienced coachman with
.ulty reterences. , Apply wis ass bi.
B 446 10
WANTED Mall clerks, csrrlers; Novem
ber examination; coaching free, f ranklin
Institute. Rochester. N. x. B mow idx
WANTED Flrst-clsas ' experienced sales
men in silk department. None other need
apply. J. Lk Branaeis uons.
B M614 11
TEAMSTERS 128 South 16th Bt.
U JAS 13
WANTED In Spokane. Wash., first-class
tinsmith and furnace men; wages 4 per
day of 8 hours, w. P. Keeier.
- . B M6M15
IF IN NEED of a position call and see
it np write.
THE WESTERN REFERENCE A OND
Dept. B, 840-1-2 N. Y. Life Bid. ..
B M848 10
WANTED FEMALE HELP
tu i vrflTk-U'Am.M Mnw tX np- Mrtnth!
roust luriusa recommenoauons. aare
Li l, Bee. v suos
WANTED Immediately, first-class cook;
best of wages; none else need apply, lei.
Harney tsu. w w
WANTED A cook. 682 8. 87th. C-678
WANTED Good girl for general house
work. 639 s. aim Ave. u
WANTED Girl for. general housework.
1120 Park ato. c wail
GIRL for general housework: I in family;
best of wages. Zola Wirt BU C 4M
WANTED A good cook, at Creche, 19th
and riarney.- J iwx
GIRL for general housework; family of
two. 1921 caas St. tJ mbi 11
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework; .w per ween. zs rx. win.
WANTED Girls for catalogue work. Ap-
ly .Manager Clothing Dept., Haydan
ros. V ai6i lux
WANTED An experienced lady stenog
rapher and one who ren assist in office
work; steady employment, good salary;
only experienced one need apply. Ad
dress, p 20, Bee. - iJMSOO 19
WANTED A girl for general housework.
603 No. 40th. U M11U It
COOK wanted. 3008 California St.
REFINED and intelligent girl for up
stairs maid, tn private family. ' H
3d St., Council Bluffs. la. C 644 10
GIRL for general housework; small ftm-
lly. 19U Caaa Bt. C M4ae le
MO RAND'S. )5lh and Harney, now open
Ieeoaa tor adults. Tues. and fti i p. m.
assemblies. Wed.: private ieesons, bal
room or stag. For terms call or .'phons
The High School Class meets every Friday
at 8 p. ra. Terms, season Oct. to May. SlO.
You will And, by all odds, this school the
oest. ti u-e
LTNQSTAD lOfh Grade 107 Calendars,
t. innvr A B. Corner Mia St. and
mt. c-apuoi Ave.
WE HAVE a new press no Job too large
or too smell. Central Printing Co.
COMPLETE line of 1907 Calendars. Sneli
Printing Co.. 910 S. Uth St. M922 Ol
CALLING cards loo per hundred. Castle
man Prlntlnc Co.. 2uU SL llth Bt.
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale
prices. Save on every article. Only flrat.
class goods handled. Prompt atleatloa ta
every order. Bead for catalogue. B. V.
Kaxei Its Hamaea St., Chicago. Ill .
MAY WANT TO BUY A HORSE AND BUGGY YOU HAVE
mtAtt mn i a t a rvwt fs wtt
HUH IUJiIAUI 1U IUU,
FOR REN7 FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWET European hotel, 13th and Famsm.
Doug. 611. 0. M. E. Haul Trunks
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave..
eouth front; rooms with or without hoard.
FURNISHED room In new, modern house.
Douglas Bt. a-446
VERY desirable rooms; first-class location.
S. ?4th St.. E MtStt 11 x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O.M.E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, rsfe.
MODERN rooms, home cooking; reasonable
price, si Howard Bt. xei. Douglas
NICELY furnished rooms, modern; pleas
ant surroundings; good board; reasonable
rates. The Rose, 2020 Harney St.
ROOMS and board; private family; mod
ern conveniences. 649 s. Z6th Ave.
BOARD and room for four college girls at
jus unerman ave. ; 83.00 per week; house
modern. F 387 llx
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
6 ROOMS all modern, near 26th and Dav
enport ot, Tel. Douglas-6309.
G 641 lOx
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
rices. Tel. Liougias l(K5. Bo.imoller &
lueller Piano Co., 1311-1318 Farnam.
HOUSES ,n " Prta of the city. B.
UUUOfiO & Peura Co.. Bee Bldg.
HOTISRS ,n ell parts of the city. The
uvuulm n ip. fUi.rvi b xi xm
HOUSES, Insurance. Ringwalt. Barker Blk.
OMAHA Van A Storage Co., pack, movo,
store H. H. goods; storehouse, nn-Z4 in.
19th. Office, 1611 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 169.
WE MOVE pianos. Msggsrd Van .A Stoi-
sge co. Tel. Doug. I49t. omce, ill w ea
sier St. D 816
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. 1196.
AMER. TRANS. CO. Household and other
good stored. Tel. Douglaa 1-'. ll'w r ar
nam. D 813
MODERN house, near park. Apply 10 S.
FOR RENT -room house, all modern;
furnace. 826. c M. oaenmann, ruiwn
Blk. D 833
FOR RENT All modern 2-story house.
8408 Burt, 830. M. a. JBoyies omce.
'phone Douglas 1964. Residence Hamey
FOR RENT A 8-room flat, . corner of
Douglas and Z9tn Bt. t-none DoutfiaB-oow.
( D M434
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT New store room, corner loth
and Douglas Bts; wen suitea ior sales
room for some one In mechanical line.
Sunderland Roofing and Supply Co., 1008
Douglas St. I-M7.3 SlO
FOR RENT Desk rom In Bee office, city
. . . . ii a v off L 43 a u mil sa
hall ouuaing. r. am " Jr.
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1134
A GOOD OPENING for a bakery, 1718
Nicholas Bt.; steam neat aurms omit-,.
Bemls, Paxton block. I M419
STORE-Park Ave., near Woolworth Tel.
Rtd-4668. i mum i
NICE light store room. 206 N. IT St.
Twentv-seven general stocks of merchan-
.. 1 I ..n . .11 I. nil m-
else i rom w u,wv . . ..v., ...-
proveo. inu uiiiiiijjiu..
Thirteen hardware stocks from $3,600 to
In.OUO ior improved anu uiuiupiw.w auu.
r ive resiauraiiia. ... .
Seven livery and feed barns, all prices, to
exchange for land. Stock of .Implements,
buggies, wagons, etc, invoice $9,000, with
bulldlrg $10,000, Incumbrance $6,000, lor
good Iowa or north Missouri farm.
Eight blacksmith shops, invoice $460 to
83,000, for South Dakota land.
Five drug stocks, Invoicing from $4,800 to
$,CO0, for land equal value.
Thirty-four residence properties, located in
good towns, good schools, etc., to ex
change for Kansas, Tsxas, South Dakota,
Nebraska or Iowa land.
Five hundred well located. Improved farms,
located In Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska,
South Dakota, Kansas and Missouri.
Write for prices and descriptions.
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO..
Bioux City, la., or Omaha, Neb.
WANTED To exchange for Improved
Omaha property valued at 830.000 end pul
ing good Interest, fsrm land near Clikuiio;
desire large body ot land and will pay
difference. Address A. Epperson. i6
East 44th St.. Chicago. Z-MU08 U
F YOU do not find what you want in this
column, put an ad In and you will soon
get it. Z-33
I WILL TRADE my White Steamer touring
car for Omaha city property or Nebraska
or Iowa farm lands. Address P-14. Bee.
Z M522 15
WILL EXCHANGE 80 acres of fine west
ern Nebraska land for Omaha Improved
property or vacant lota Addres P-ll,
careBee. Z-M521 U
FOR BALE Exchange, fine piano player
for horse, diamond, real estate; what have
yout 1819 Davenport. ZMU 10x
WIRE AND IRON FENCING.
For lawn, garden, poultry and farm. Send
for large free catalogue. Get our prices.
Omaha Wire and Iron Works, 933-36 7
N. $4ta. Tel. -Doug. 8701 MM7 S18
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
6o per foot. 206 N. 17th St. Tel. Red 814.
CHAMPION fences beet. 611 S. 16th. Doug.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy second-hand furniture,
stove7 carpets, clothing and shoes; pay
lbs best prices. Tel. Douglas-71.
WANTED To buy a T or 8-room houae.
modern and nut too old; would prefer
aume shade treea. Address P-ls. Bm.
JOHNSON Institute. 418 N. Y. L. Tel.
Doug. 1664. &
DR. W. W. BOWSER, over 1500 Farnam.
, Tel. Douy'as 0S7O. Mu6 Stf
. WANTED AGENTS
NH7W Sleeve Protector for office and house
work; write todsy; get territory; olher
new goods. Lsdiee' Bupply Co., Prairie
av o. Chicago. 4-umuvu
Tell HIM Through a
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
Those Properties are bar
gains and should be seen at
-room house, large lot,
good location; very cheap at
7 rooms, a very cosy, nice
home, newly painted Inside
and out; modern except fur
nace; nice south front lot,
8 rooms," new, modern
house, laundry In basement,
corner lot in Park Place; no
better location In city, $4,000.
rooms, six blocks from
poet office, a snap at $3,660.
rooms, one of the finest
homes in , Kountze Place,
rooms, and .two 4 -room
houses, close to Farnam and
- easy walking distance; splen
condltlon; combined rents f 60
per month; splendid Invest
ment at $6,260.
10 rooms, beautiful, large
lot, east front, close to boule
vard; walking distance, $2,760.
National Investment Co.
RE M611 10
t rooms, six blocks from post office; easy
payments. Price $3,660.
National Investment Co.
FOR SALE 2306 Spencer, Kountse Place,
elegant residence. Strictly modern and in
good repair. Phone Red 4638. RE 624 1&
A GOOD business lot for sale. Beet loca
tion in town. Address J. J. F., Fremont,
Neb. RE MJ68 S28
WHY pay high rentT Let us sell you a
farm, we have improved farms in Iowa
and elsewhere, of all kinds and sizes, for
sale on the easiest kind of terms and
payments. Squires & Annls. Council
Bluffs, la. RE 648 09
A GOOD business lot for sale. Best loca
tion in town. Address J. J. F., Fremont,
Neb. . RE M868 822
FOR SALE At a bargain, 9-room house,
first class condition, full Jot, 4610 Seward
St., block and half from car line. Bee
owner at 410 N. 23d St. RE M6S8 16x
Live In One
Rent the Other.
Two modern residences at
1128 and 1180 South 81st street with one
good barn. '
Ground 75x150. East front . on paved
Eastern owner will sell for $8,000.
THOMAS BRENNAN, Room U New York
CANADA LAND. CANADA LAND.
BEST INVESTMENT OF ALU
They come to you direct from owner; no
agents; best hard wheat lands at $7 to 88;
easy terms; others ask $16. Avoid the
heavy commissions. Mail orders sollolted.
Write us today; we save you money. JF.
A. Parker Land Co.. Spencer, la,
r RE MS84 828
THE MIDLAND GUARANTEE AND
Has over 10,000 copies of titles, which en
ables It to figure lower , than any other
abstract company, in Omaha and turn out
work quickly.- Tel. Douglas 829 or call at
office. 1714 - Farnam. RE M651 10
FOR SALE 8-room house and bath room,
laundry and furnace rooms, with all mod
ern Improvement. Inquire at premlwes,
4223 Douglas St. , RE 947 13x
THERE Is a grand view of the Missouri
valley and Iowa side of' the river from
soon to be opened. t Watch and wait
SHIMER A CHASE CO.,
1609 Farnam. Ground Floor. Doug. 3867.
RE M650 10
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, t and 6H
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith A Co.. 1330 Farnam St.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1620 Doug.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and rest,
dence property in Omaha; lowest rates;
no delsy. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y,
WANTED City loans. R. C. PetersACo.
City 4k farm loans. O. F. Carson Co..N.Y.L,
LOANS on improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, but First Nstlonal Bank Bldg.
$6,000 In $500 and $600 amounts. M. J. Ken
nard A Co.. 809-10 Brown Block.
FOR SALE FARMS
FINE FARMS AND .RANCH
LANDS, UNION PACDJIC
is closing out Us lands In western Ne
braska, Colorado and Wyoming.
From $8.00 to $6.00 per acre.
Take advantage of the low price and easy
terms offered, the opportunity will sooa
Special excursion ratea ta the land
For further Information apply to
UNION PACIFIC LAND AGENCY,
tli South 15th St Omaha, No-
WANTED Two or three good ISaso sales
men. Address Williams' Muslo House,
WANTED An experienced salesmsn, on I
acquainted with the manufacturing trjde
preferred; a good opportunity lor the
right party. Address Bero Specially Co.,
Great Western Oraalta Co.
FOR SALE, BUT NOT MEN-
BEE WANT AD
NT 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-M100
TRY KELLY'S Laundry,
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R, 1st, 1G0S Farnam.
PRIVATE confinement home. Mrs. Dr.
King, 2018 N. 21st St. Tel. Doug. &6
Dyeing and Cleaning, Sponging and Shrink.
Ing, only be per yard. Send for price list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
tO Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1936.
Tel. Doug. 2&4,
ill 8. 11th St.
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-oft
clothing; in fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. Uth St., for cost of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. -4136 and
wagon will call. U-611
FREE medical snd surgicsl treatment at
Crelghton Medical College. 14th snd
Davenport Sta. Special attention paid to
confinement cases. All treatment super,
vised by college professors. 'Phone Doug.
1167. Calls answered day or night.
THE City Garbage Co. Office, 14th and
Leavenworth Sta. Tel. Douglaa 1387.
PRIVATE fiome during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 728 First Ave., Council Bluffs,
la. Tel. 774. U-822
SURVEYING, Blickensderfer. 812 Bee Bldg.
PENNELL Millinery Co., formerly of 16th
and Douglas, now located at 222 N. 16th
St. U 840 04
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Bldg.
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall: cut
Brlcea. Send for free catalogue. Myers
illlon Drug Co., Omaha. U 636
M A ONTTTn OSTEOLOGY Mrs. Rlt
ALa.UlJllAALy ten,,. 4j0 N. 16th.
room 8, second floor. U M427 624
WE RENT sewing machines at $1 per
week; we sell second-hand machines 8i
up. Nebraska Cycle Co., corner 15th and
Harney. Tel. Douglaa 1668. U-K36
DRS. VOGEL private hospital for women
and for ladles before snd during confine,
ment. 2319 S. Uth St., Omaha, Neb.
SHOULD BLANCHARD8 ECZEMA LO
TION not give speody or satisfactory re
sults, notify Prof. I. ABlanchard. skin
specialist, Minneapolis. Minn. Whole
salers supply all druggists.
AO'NTyTTfi treatment and bath. Mme.
flLaUUllU Smith, 118 N. 15, 2d floor.
U MS91 814x
CHIROPODIST Dr. Dunbar. 206 Neville
1 block; hatrd reusing, etc Douglas 6110.
U Mt B2
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Leavenworth. U M926 Oct.l
FOR anything In the sewing machine Una
go to P. . Flodman, 1614 Capitol Ave.
U M304 04
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cial attention given to the boarding of
Infants. Madame Pickett. 2216 Charles
St. Telephone Douglas 6311. U264 Oct 2x
YOUR FORTUNE FREE With advloe on
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birth, three questions and Inclose stamp.
D. Dlda, Dept. 142, Bridgeport, Conn.
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BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve
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McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 838
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseases,
wesknesses, discharges, irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Wlthnell
block, 16th and Harney, room 2, Omaha.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EVERYBODY NEEDS IT.
And this is the place to oome and get It.
Don't let money stand in the way of en
Joying yourself when It can be so easily
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GOODS, PIANOS, HORSES, WAGONS,
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We have a good proposition to offer those
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307-308 Paxton Block.
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loaned on furniture, salary, pianos, horses,
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209 South Uth St. X 441
BowW703 N. Y. Life Bldg,
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FURNITURE, live stock, salary loans.
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MONEY loaned on piano, furniture. Jew
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CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans.
Foley Loan Co., 1504 Farnam St. X 640
CHATTEL and salary loans. Phoenix
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without dit urging them, in shortest time
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119 Board of Trade Bldg, 806 8. Uth St.
Established 1891. Tel. Douglas 2M.
LOST Dehorned cow. red and white, 1417
Ohio Bt. Lost 864 fx
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l nam snd down town; reward for return
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MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
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French. Oermsn, Spanish; fencing. Da
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WANTED TO BORROW
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money on ample, well rented residence
properly In South Omaha, at 7 per cent.
Address N 67. Be. V 847
PROPOSALS FOR FLOUR. OATS,
Dried Fruit, Etc. Department of the
Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington, D. C, August, 7, 1906. Sealed
proposals, plslnly marked on the outside
of the envelope. ''Proposals for flour, oats,
dried fruit," etc, ss ths case may be, and
addressed to the "Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C," will be r
reived at the Indian office until 8 o'clock
p. m. of Thursday, September 17, 1906,
and then opened, for furnishing the
Indian service with canned tomatoee,
cornmeal, cracked wheat, dried fruit, feed,
flour, hominy, oats, and rolled oats, dur
ing the fiscal year ending June 80. 190T.
Bids must be made out on government
blanks. Schedules giving the necessary
Information for bidders will be furnished
on application to the Indian office. Wash.
Inglon, D. C; the U. 8. Indian warehouses
at New York City, Chicago, 111., St. Louis,
Mo.. Omaha, Neb. and San Francisco, CaLj
the commissary of subsistence, U. 8. A.,
at Cheyenne, Wyo., the quartermaster,
U. S. A., Seattle, Wash., and the postmas
ters at Tucson, Portland, Spokane and
Tacoma. The department reserves the
right to reject any and all bids, or any
part of any bid.
C. F. LARRABEE, Acting Commissioner.
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AN ARCHITECTURAL WONDER
Window Arch la New Yerk Bank
BaildtatT, with a Spaa at
The new building which Is being erected
for the Chemical National bank in Cham
bera street, with an entrance from Broad
way by meana of a low, narrow portal, will
have two or three architectural features
which will make It one ot the interesting
buildings of the city. If one walks down
Chambers street toward the Hudson he will
see a big window aroh forming one aide of
the dome which Is to cover the main part
of the building. This arch, one of the four
supporting the dome. Is said to be the
largest window arch which has been con
atructed In the city. The width of the
opening Is M.t feet. When the building Is
completed carry next year It will be found
that not a single' column rises from the
floor, the roof or dome being supported en
tirely by the walls at the corners. Ths
dome and Its supports may be compared
to a half orange, from which sections have
been cut off on each slds and the top and
then set on four matches.
In building the dome the architects took
that of St. Sophia sa an example, and
instead of having a double abell as most
domes have In order to give the building a
good external appearance, undertook the
task of making a dome with a single shell.
which should be ornamental. According
to the architects this style of dome reetlng
on four piers has never been used except
In SC Sophia's and at the Parts exposi
tion. The section sliced off from the top
will be filled with glsss in order to give
plenty of light. This roof of glass will be
eighty-four feet above the floor. The In
side diameter of the dome la sixty-eight
feet, the building being seventy feet square.
The ome of Bt. Sophia le 108 feet In
diameter Inside, snd that on the capltol
at Washington nlnetg-slx feet. The moot
expansive dome la the world is that of the
Pantheon at Roni. .- which measures 142
feet from perimeter across the center to
The architects bad great difficulty In find
ing a contractor who would undertake to
erect the dome. The contractor were afraid
to attempt to put It up In the way In
which It had been planned. One Arm
wanted ta build a permanent wall as high
as the top of the dome and suspend It
within. Finally a German engineer was
found who could work out the details, and
It-was erected. New York Tribune.
HARBORS OF BATTLE VARIETY
Notable Namker of Enclosed Hasina
that Make the Best Harbors
la the World. ..
If we take a trip around the world, over
the maps ot a good atlas, we shall find J&c
the geographical "bottle" la a very com
mon type of harbor the world over. The
coasts of Cuba show a succession of such
enclosed bays, Havana harbor being typi
cal. It often happen that nature herself
provides the corks also. In the shape of
Islands that almoat block up the entrance,
or at least block the view from the out
side. Such a cork , is Corregldor Island. In
Manila bay, or the rock Aleatrai - fortress
Just Inside the golden gate at San Fran
cisco and Smith .Cav occupies a similar
position In Santiago. -
The Annapolis basin, ' Nova Scotia,' - la
very typical among these geographical
bottles. A fslrly good map of thnt beauti
ful country will show a narrow gap on the
bay of Fundy side of tha peninsula. This
gap, known as - Dlgby. atrait. breaks
through a long ridge that the people cell
North Mountain. Through this break rush
the famous tides ot Fundy and fill up an
Inland basin of salt wster twenty miles
long and several In width. , The entrance,
from the outside, is mysteriously Invlsabla
to the landman's eye. To . a passenger
crossing the bay of Fundy from St. John
it seems as of the captain -were steering
his trim side wheeler head on Into a blue
mountain wall. , But at last , the forested
mountain opens and through the break
the Interior hills of Nova, Scotia close tha
distance. One can Imagine the tremen
dous tide race through, this Dlgby strait
when we know that the ordinary tidal rise
In this region la anywhere from forty to
seventy feet. It Is so great. In fact, that
the wharves at Dlgby are two-storied af
fairs, and people go aboard steamers from
the upper or lower story, according to the
height of the tide. .
New York harbor Is. In most resepcts, a
geographical bottle only it haa two mouth
Instead of one. Added to th principal
opening, the narrows, a sort of side' en.
trance Is provided by the East "River,"
leading out Into the sound.
The coast of Australia presents seversl
examples. of the geographical bottle, the
finest being the harbor of Melbourne. An
ordinary map shows this city located ap
parently upon a first rate harbor of tha
bottle type. Aa a matter of fact, the
bottle Is really there a , magntflcant en
closure of salt water fully thirty-five miles
across In either direction. Into this bsy,
called Port Phillip, there flows the Ysrra
river; and oddly enough, Melbourne, with
lt 500,000 people, hides Itself away nine
miles up this stream! Below the city the
river haa two sand bars which prevent tha
passage of large vessels. The heavy ocean
traffic, therefore, haa Its terminus In tha
bsy, whence the journey Is continued
town by rail. The explanation for thli
awkard situation seems to be that In tha
early daya of Melbourne the one Idea of
the settlers was to build near aa might
be to the gold diggings. Bo up the river
the miners planted their settlement, never
dreaming that one day It would become a
resit metrnrmlla . ImnHinniul hehln.1 the
sanda of the Useless Yarra. ' '
Tt1o Janeiro has a splendid" enclosed haf
bor the best In all South America; better
far than the shallow "Lake" Maracalba;
which looks so Ideal upon tha map. ; Her
again at Rio we have a great-salt water
inlet, some seventeen ' miles across, com
municating with the ocean by a narrow
In nearly every ease these . natural
bottles are what the geographer calls
drowned rivers." That Is to say, - th
coastal lands In the vicinity have subsided,
allowing the sea to' flow In and convert
what was a lowland valley Into a partly
enclosed marine area..' Divers have gone
to the bottom of New York bay and have
found there the ancient bed of the Hudson
son river as that stream flowed before ths
mouthward part of Its valley subsided Into
the sea. The old bed reaehes through th
narrowa and well out Into the floor of tha
Atlantic Of course, as, the sea water
entered the sinking valley, any hills rising
thereabout would become islands Jn the
new order of things. And there we find
them to this day In almost any of these
enclosed Inlets. St. Nicholas Magazine.
If you have anything to trade advertls
It In the For Exchange column of Th
Bee Want Ad page.
OUT OF TUU ORDINARY.
The queen of Slam has the smallest font
of any titled person In the- world. She
wears one and one-haif-lnch boots.
William Beckwlth of Hadlyme, Conn.,
who was such a tiny baby that hla parents
oould place him In a sugar bowl and put
the rover on. now weighs 806 pounds and Is
the fattest man of the lower Connecticut
The last of six shade trees planted by
Mr. Lincoln himself about hla homestead
at Springfield, 111., was uprooted by the
wind last week. It is now being cut u(
and carried off by rello hunters. The home
stead Is now the property of. the state of
' Not long ago Sing Blag, N. Y.. had Its
nams changed to conceal It Identification
with the prison, but the various towns sre
now tumbling over each other In offering
sites for the new prison which the stat
proposes to build. Some sixty such have
Hearing an unusual nnlse In his chicken
pen, Lon Hanson of Slsrke county, in
alalia, Investigated and found three of his
game roosters tn desperate combat with
a black una ke five feet- in length. The
roosters fought the reptile until they had
killed It. Then they strutted around the
body, crowing lustily.
Daniel u conneii ot Linden. Mien., is lui
years old, but he works on his farm regu
larly. He thinks not hi n of taklns- a walk
of four or five miles and does not consider
It worth while to hitch ud a horse to c
two miles and back. Hla eyesight-is re
markably good and his eyes have the
brightness of those of a young man.
,wwv muier, win n iav uiuw ihi
carrier In the United States, carrying the
star route between Attica, lnd., and Kra
mer, live and a half miles north of the
former city, has resigned his position for
a rest. Mr. Songer celebrated hla 88th
UH l HUB J -VII AUUBI P, IKBl.- 4 " '
coveting a star route for six years and in
that time haa missed few trips.
Street car lines leading out of San FTsn
Cisco demonstrated h effects of the re
cent earthquake la-a peculiar way. Photo
graphs of the line show the track appar-
ami 1 w iinitlalnrluut .ir.Dt that in auOta
the rails are twisted or buckled longitu
dinally. It was as If each rail had been
pushed toaelher toward the middle from
the end with the result that the steel rails
bent as if they had been mere wire in th
hand of a man. The buckling on Oil line
wt-uuwi u pyvi. viii w.
During the last year the Audubon so-
1)1.1 t7& ,iujbibii 1 1 M iruiru w..v
teen birdbreediag island, located in tha
waters of th gulf. Laat year the island
were watched by to . warden, whoa
wages were paid by the -National Cotn-
nuiiee or Auauuon (societies, ajui. iiuiuuih
they were not wholly abl to prevent trea
paaalng and egg-stealtng, nevertheless the
re 'lit attained were wellnlata marvelous.
On their own and the neighboring Islands
of Breton reservation, owned by the fed
eral government, by theae airopl preventive
measures there were hatched Snd raised
sll of 40.000 birds, composed of tha follow
ing species: Common terns, forsters. terns,
rovsl terns, laughing gulia apd black kioi
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