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BOTLK9 BUSINESS COL1.EOB "
18 NOW OPEN.
AY AND NIGHT.
Student tire admitted any day.
Htw Catalog Free. Tel. Douglas 1MI
Address II. B. Doyles. President,
Boyle Building-. Omtln, Nefc
OAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
.WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Hi So. 15th St. Tel. Douglas 681.
CMAHA Safe and Iron Work make a spe
cialty of flra ?cape, abutters, duors and
ales. Q. Audreen. prop., 102 0. iota St.
Siatt PAIN TING-8. J2. Cola, 1302 Doug,
SBT Kelly Towel Supply. Tel. Doug. K30.
( mi r
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co.. 101 Farnain.
ELSAS8ER ft BRICB.
Machinists, 217 (south Utb Bt. Tel. 5827.
HEFLIN-Locksmith. moved upstair
eulrance, 1224 Farnam. TeL Doug. 2974.
" WHERE TRUNKS ARE MADE.
Trunks, suit and shopping bugs. Old
trunks In exchange. Repairing.
FUELING ft STK1NLE
1 N. 16lh St. . Phoni- Douglas 4!j.
It Mlon Nov. 1
Do you Wish to Make a Change
It you have a (ami, home, business or pmp
erty tliat you want to aell or exchange
write us. .
GLUbK LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaliu, Neb.. Sioux City, la.
. ' . , Y-M108 Nov. 1
I'OH SALE A flrst-olasa Job office with
A-l newspaper plant la connection, pub.
lishlng . tlirM papers in surrounding
loiviih; Job type ill new; doing good
business; excellent reasons for soiling,
located st Hastings, Neb. Write now.
or come,' as this snap will not laHt long
Prices low. Address Bos 616, HasUriES,
FOR SALE Hardware business, com.
. plete stock. Invoice $(,000; located ill
southwestern Iowa: population 6,000.
For particulars address Ed. Itothery's
Information Bureau, 111 So. 14th St.
FOR SALE Mrat market, doing good
business; building. fixtures, double
cooler; everything -complete; a bargain
If sold at-once. Address Market, N.
Walnut St., Grand Island, Neb.
FOR SALE Furniture, utensils, etc., com
plete. In good condition, for 12-room
boarding house; near postofflce. Addres,
T 15; care Be. Y 219 llx
FOR SALE Complete stock of millinery,
- In good Nebraska town, doing good busi
ness. Address T 17, Bee. Y-M248 &x .
"RESTAURANT on Douglas St.; good loca
tion; flne trade; new fixtures; owner
leaving town. N, P. Dodge ft Co.. 1714
Farnam. Y M396 9
JJKW millinery stock, invoices 1800 to $1,000,
in lively town." Good paying business for
.' someone.- Best reasons for selling. Ad
dreas Box 117, Kaeson, Minn.
.... , - - Y-M414 8x
"TOR SALE CLUB CIGAR STORE; best
stand m So. Omaha; have other busl-
nras. - J. W. - Bouk, So. Omaha.
I ' . .. . . T-M428
OWING to the fact that we are going in
the ladles' cloak business on a large soal,
we need our room, occupied now by our
clothing department, and for this reason
offer our stock of men's and boy's cloth
,lng (or sale, or would consider trade for
clear South or North Dakota farm land.
The Boston Store, Fort Dodge, la.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
MVST be sold by Wednesday, entire con
tents of one of the most beautiful fur
nished houses In Omaha. Goods pur
chased lees thun 90 days ngo and finest
that could be found. Two solid hiuid.
carved mahogany parlor suits, leather
library suit, library table, beautiful round
pedestal dining table. leather-seated
chutr sideboard and buffet In nunrter
suwed oak; also china, brass beds, hair
mattress. bi springs, mahogany and
Loon a mahogany quarter-sawed oak dress
ers und chiffoniers. Rlglnw rugs, 9x13,
8 2-12x106-12: odd leather pieces, fancy
rockers, leather couches, pictures, cloekf.,
lace curtains, portieres, mirrors and a. tine
upright piano; also other goods too nu.
nierous to mention. The goods must ho
seen to appreciate. Cull any time after
Sunday from 9 a. m, to 9 p. m. 1231 Park
Wilde Ave. Ilurney street car.
TWO Besley letter cabinets In good condl.
i tlon, muds of walnut and have twe
eiawsrs each- Call at Bee business office
and get a bargain. Q 441 s
SODA FOUNTAIN, any slse. mi Farnam.
h1eRw7n-WILL1AMS CO., beat mixed
llnt. Sherman c McCunneU Drug Co.,
Omana. . W
HALL'S fafea, new, Id-hand. 121$ Farnam.
FOR 8A4.E New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the world la
.beau uar Uxiurea; easy payments. Bruns-wck-Balka-CoUender.
4U7 aV 10th St.
, . U Tii
FOR BALK 8team house heating boiler;
waa used to heat 8-room house; will be
sold cheap. W, H. Bridges, euginaier Bee
BEND US your mall orders for drupe,
freight paid on lis lota alyers-Dlirua
Drug C.. Omaha.
IQUAKE PIANO for sale cheap. Call Red
Sj1 or tbl No. lHb oU W i-tx
MILK cows, easy terms, 43d and Center.
tOO UNREDEEMED overcoats. 418 No. Utb.
.... Q-Mi.'O O i4
XR SALE K3 tons Ice. Norfolk Ice Co.,
Norfolk. Neb. - W MU2 1
FOR SALE Detroit Jewel (us stove, even
above; almost new; very cheap. 3111 Pa-
cltio SL . Q-M3W 8
FOR SALE Cheap, flne piano player: no
.reasonable pffer refused. 1819 Davenport.
Q M324 9x
FINE Mpright piano st a bargain; party
leaving city. 1.V4 8. 0th. y M325 9
RESTAURANT on ltotiglas St.; good loca
tion; tine trade; new fixtures; owntr
leaving town. N. P. Dodge ft Co.. 17H
Farnam. i W MJ9S
ALMOST new Sicinway upright piano for
ale. Address T 21. Bee office.
Tol'NG colored man. good references,
would like position as builer or valet. Ad
draw '1 Bee. . . A Sol 8x
8EM1-TKA1XED nurse s.-eks position. In
valid . OJ' cnnAitcmeni esses; iood refer-
aNk Add! sol X M, ;iw Bee office.
W'ANT D MALE HELP
WANTt:i- Five boys, food wage, p?
tnanent job. A. D. T. Co.. 212 8. 13th ?t
I'KLO eTcRtCS bought and sold; drutf
cirk wanted. F. V. Knlrst. k-4 N. T L.
WANTKD Three men and three boys.
Omaha Eox Co., East Omaha. P 2
CIVIL rip:nirK Want join men topi,
pare. See Undcihill, S3.0 -4i It.
WANTED. HOUND TOl'Ml'vEN. 1
to pn pare for firemen and lirnk nu !i n
new roads and for frll r'lh; experience
unnecf s!aty : Jln rne n, f lm pronv tetl to
engineers f'?: brskemen J.r,. promoted to
conductors W: pntions m-w opn Na
tional Tialnlntf asKOclatlon. ICT X Paxton
Blk.. Omaha, Neb. B-M1GK Nov2
PRINTER WANTED At once; permanent
position; also Simplex machine operator.
Dally Leader, Madison,. S. D.
WANTED: coit makers: steady work;
sack coat-1, $x.M and up. Lud tlie Tailor,
Sioux Falls. S. D. U-Mf2 lx
llt'STLKRH otit of emplovmenf can do well
to tall on us; pay weekly. C. K. Adams
Co.. Iil9 Howard. R-M1S9 No' -
I". S. NAVY cnllt; for four ye.irs young
men of goixl character and sound physical
condition. 17 to & years, us iipprentic
seiiMien, and men nualtliel for special
ratings. 21 to H5 veins; the rxv H good,
expenses moderate, food wholesome mid
sufficient, anil life beneficial physically
and otherwise. Young men who arc skilled
mechanic, possessing soiiie knowledge of
electricity or students of electricity, who
show aptitude for the naval service, may
be enlisted n ('landsmen for electrMans
and given the training at the naval elec
trical school; all such men must have a
food education. Offices at Lincoln and
fastings. Neb., and Dee Molnea apd Sioux
City, la. Address Navy Recruiting r,"),r.
P. O. Bldg., Omaha. B-M180
JEWELER wanted; none but steady man
need apply. Address ioorne-imBrr
Drug Co.. Casper. Wyo. B M 102 t
WANTED Labcrers for Indoor work at
the sugar factory, Sterling, Colo.;
Wag-1 12.10 and $2.40 per day; about four
months' work. B Mill 11
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; 10
positions for every graduate; top wages
paid. Few weeks completes. Course In
cludes tools and diplomas; can nearly
earn expenses. Call or write, Moler
Barber College, 1116 Farnain St.
B M24I llx
MECHANICAL draughtsman wanted; state
experience and salary. Address T 12, lice.
BRIGHT, active young man to learn drug
business. W. A. Plel, 18th and Farnain.
STEADY work, with good wages, for the
winter, for two large boys or young men
at the bowling alleys. 1313 Ilurney St.
Apply at once. B M26t
WANTED Experienced shoe cutters for
men's and women's work. Steady employ
ment at standard wage. Apply In por
son or by letter. The Hulskump l-".ios.,
Keokuk, la. B M-W 10
WANTED Young man. neat appearing, be
tween the ages of 18 and 21. who is wil
ling to work hard and devote all of his
time to buslnesf! during working hours.
Salary In only $35 to start, but the future
is very good for the right person. Oult-ldj
work. Address T 18, care Bee.
WANTED Eight good mandolin agent
V for out of the city. Transportation paid.
Call at Murray hotel between 9 and 10
Monday, morning. Ask for Partlett.
AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS, repair men.
chauffeurs and others wanted all over
the country; 60.0H) machines built this
year In the United States, affording great
opportunltlos for our students; six ef-nts
a day will qualify you for good wages
In this growing field; employment secured
for our graduates. For full particulars
and one free lesson. Including dictionary
of motoring terms, address The Corres
pondence School for Automobile Engi
neering, Suite 609, Flatlron Building. New
York. B MHU 8x
ANY person willing to distribute our
samples; $20.00 waekly. "Empire." X
LuSalle St., . Chicago. III. Steady posi
tion; iiocairvamdngJ B M4t3 8x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRD for general housework; 3 adults; i
salary $6 per week. 1024 N. 33d St. I
r. M11U 9
COMPETENT girl for general housework;
no washing. Apply at 3611 Harney.
WANTED Salespeople ln our 5c and 10c
department. Hayden Bros. C M42-1 9
WANTED A cook, high wages, small
family. Mrs. T. J. Rogers. 1120 Parlt
Ave. C M434 9
WANTED Woman oook. $36 per month;
must furnish recommends, Clone. Address
L 7, Bee. C Mt8
WANTED Fifty glrU to work In candy
factory. Good chance to earn money to
buy your Christmas presents witb. The
Voegela Dinning Co., 1U Jones St.
. C M7!3
FIFTY strong girls for turning bags; girls
IS or 16 years old for clipping threads.
Bemla Omaha Bag Co. C M108
. i .
EXPERIENCED chocolate dipper wanted
at once, D. J. O'Brien Co., 12u2 Howard.
WANTED Five laundry girls. M. K. Smith
& Co., factory 11th and Douglas Sts.
COOK wanted in private family, good
wages. .2225 Farnam St. C M1S2
WANTED Competent nurse girl at 1916 8.
82d Ave; must have references. Tel.
Harney 3221. C-MX2
A GOOD girl for general housework: three
In family. Phone Red 32M. 702 S. 26th
Ave. C M2D4 8X
WANTED Girl for feeder on copper plate
press. Mawhltiney & Ryan Co.
C M238 8
WANTED A good laundress at The
Creche. 19th and Harney. C-M236 9
WANTED Experienced salesladies and
salesmen in the drapery department. Ap
ply to A. D. Brandeis at 10 a. tn. J. 1.
Urandels it Sons. C M259 j
WANTED At once, experienced co ik. I
must have references. Mrs. J. E. Uaum
8640 Ilurney SI. C M2u2
YOUNG lady to travel with physician; all
expenses; good hotels and salary. Ad
dress J. P. Sinclair. Omaha. Neb.. G. D.
C -UUti Ox
WANTED At once, at Hotel Dellone. an
experienced waitress. C M458 8
WANTED Immediately. a competent
chambermaid at Hotel Dellone,
C M459 8
ORIENTAL WAISTS AND SUITS.
Agents wanted every where. Ladies and
gentlemen are making $26 to $60 per week
selling embroidery goods direct to the la
dies. Good sellers iu cities or counliy. No
exuerience or capital reuuired. Call at
olllco or write to U. S. Emoroldery Work-,
luww and 1UH So- I3'" a . Omaha, Neb.
WANTED Salesman to Introduce and avll
the Gallup Fruit Gatherer. Large money
to hustlers. Gallup Mfg. Co., Room 1
Patterson Bldg., Omaha, Neb..
AGENTS to sell our line of Sales Check
Books, upon either a salary of commission
basis. Merchants Sales Book company,
litt) S. Chicago Ave., Chicago, III.
AGENTS Don't accept any agency until
you I'.ear from u-i; quii-kest seller on
earth; 2.000,000 sold: $?) per diy; samples
treat. Domestic Mfg. Co., Minneapolis,
Minn. ' J-M245 Jx
SALESMEN ' to handle our Sales Check
Books as a side line. Merchant .Sales
Book company, Jf40 8. Cliicago Ave., Chi
cago. 111. i. Mill
HE8S ft aWOBODA.. 1418 Far nans. IM
L HE.NDi.R60N, lil$ rsruauv Tet aVoug,
'1 found a pocketbook lull o! valuables, watched, but
Why didn't you take
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS I
DEWET European notet, I3th and Farnam.
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Hani Trunks
CAPITOL HOTEL. 18th and Capitol Ave.,
south front; rooms with or without board.
EXCELLENT modern furnished front
room with alcove and buy window for
two.. 'Phone In house. 26,4 Harney St.
PLEASANT room, modern, private'family.
i24 So. tti Ave. K 3iS I2x
VERY large front room, modern, rlne lo
cution. 614 N. 23d ft. K-MIIH9
LARGE, modern, well furnished southeast
front room with alcove; private family.
Telephone Harney 22V,. K Sx
GENTLEMAN ROOMMATE wan led at l4
N. ?3d Sf. E-ICSSX
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
WANTED Young lady to room and bosrd
In private family. 673 S. IStli St. Phono
Harney 2024. F M33o 9
LARGE, south, comfortable room with
board, for two; refined neighborhood.
627 Park Ave. F M 4 ,1 2 Jt
FOR RLNT HOUSES
MENTS Applications will be re
ceived for renting the up-to-date
apartments of five and
six rooms each in new build
ing, 25th Ave. and Half How
ard St. Will be ready for
occupancy about Oct. 15th.
Rent $45 and $40 per month.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 FARNAM.
Tel. Douglas-756. D 200 8
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas VLi. So'imoller ,'i
Mueller Piano Co., 12U-U13 Farnain.
UVJUOliO Peters & Co.. Bee Bide.
HOUSES ,n "u t0'1" ot tn citj. The
HOUSES. Insurance. Ringwalt, Barker BIX
OMAHA Van & Storage Co., pack. move,
store H. H. goods; storehouse, 1120-14 N.
16th. Office, 1611 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 156
WE MOVK pianos. Mnggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 1494. Otllce, 1713 Web
ster St. D 1$
SEE us when shipping household goods te
large cities west. We can save you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
. CO., 214 N. Sixteenth St. Tel. Doug. 1196,
FOR RENT 4-room house, all modern:
furnace. $25. C. M. Bachiuann. 436 Paxtpn
BUs. . P 833
PIANOS and household good moved; box!
for sale. Cole ft Gunnell- 1600 Farnam.
Tel. Doug;.' 670. D MT74 O 12
Telephone Douglaa 976. 1215 Harney St
D MSJ7 014
FOR RENT A new modern f.-room house.
Globe Land and investment Co., Patterson
Bldg. D M247
FOR RENT Two firat floor and one aec
ond floor ljt. corner 29th and Douglas.
Globe Land & Investment Co., Patterson
Bldg. , D M51S
FOR RENT At 1511 South 29th St. New
brlcl, house, 7 rooms and large reception
hnll. Modern ln every particular. Lo
cated ln the best part of the city. Will
be ready for occupancy, ubout October
10. Inquire of the owner. J. R. Camp
bell. Bee oftlce, or 1341 South 27th St. Tel.
Douglas 5440. D-762
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO..
storage and transfer. Best storage house
in the city. Immediate utlentlin given.
1629-31-33 N. 16th St. Tel. DouglaB-4G19.
STEAM, central, 4-room flat.
220 N. 23d.
D Ml 4 8
11-ROOM house, bath, electric lights, barn,
yard, 8. W. corner llth and Pierce Sts.
Keys at 1234 S. loth St. Mrs. J. M. Ml
calf. D-159 9x
FOR RENT Six-ro tn cottage, bath,
closets, city water, sewer, gii. cistern
and good barn. TJ12 N. 20th St. Renin,
$. Tel. Red 6524. D M253
FOR RENT Neat modern cottage near
Hunscom Park. Call at 2S12 Hickory St.
D MW4 8x
210 S. 3oi h St.. nine rooms, modern con
veniences. Price,, $W. Inquire next door.
FOR RENT 6-room cottage.
::! n. 2Mh
j MODERN cottage, with gest burn, $-'i. oilt
! South Ulli uenu.'. Inquiri piemis.a to
; day. 'D-M4USX
ICR-all modern cottage. $.i.
St. Particulars nt house.
6 So. '-Till
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RLNT Lesa rom In Bee office, city
hall building. 417 N. 2ith St., South
Omaha. Apply to manager. 114
A GOOD OPENING for a bakery, with a
Ht elai-s bake oven, 1718 Nlohula St.;
steam heat during winter. Leinis. Pax
ton block. . I-M7U
FOR RENT Large corner store room,
16th und Vinton Sts., $30. C- M. Bach
in.inn, 4J0 Paxton block. 1 M621
STORE for rent. Park Ave and Wool
worth. Tel. Red 4.58. 1 Mil) 8x
WANTED TO RENT
WAXTEIV-Hy family of three careful
furnish d or unfurnished house
to a'.ire for In owner's absence, or would
pay small rent or buy a home at a Par
gain. Give full particulars ia reply. An
.Hess T 23. care B- e. N 155 !x
WIRE AND IRON fences; lowest puces;
free catalogue. - Omaha Wire and Iron
Works, 923-66-37 No. 24th St. Tel. Douglas
rroi M-soi ois
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
$0 per foot. 2ui N. 17tb bt. Tel. Red S'.l
CHAMPION fences best. (11 8. lsth. Doug.
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesal
prices. Save on every article. Only flrsu
ilas goods handled. Prompt attention ta
every order. Send for catalogue li. F.
Kaxol. 226 Harrison St.. Chicago. 111.
JOHNSON institute. l N. Y. L. Tel.
Doug. 164. -i
DR. BOWSER, over 1600 Ftmim. TeL
Doug. 2Hk At$S 02
DAILY HF.K: MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1000.
did not see it advertised
a Bee want ad and get
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
John Morrison7 Place
Grand Ave. and Florence
boulevard; rooms, big barn,
fine trees, great outlook; di
agonally across from Rome
Miller s. Peremptory ordnre to
rent or sell. Arfk us for par
ticulars. Harrison & Morton
912-91.1 New York Life.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
ll.jHrt-R-room house, nice lot, isih St., near
$'.liio6-room house, modern except fur
nace, on il St., near D St.. South
For Sale bi'
MELCHIOR LKIS SON,
1943 S. 2ntli St.. Omaha.
Phone Douglas 2666.
RE M 402
FOR PALE Two brick modern houses,
two block north of Hnnscom park, on
. paved street, east front; rented for $70
it. month; easy terms. 1 want an offer.
THOMAS BR EN NAN.
Room 1. New York Life Building.
C. O. CARLBERG, real estate and insur
ance. 911 N. Y. Life. 'Phone Red-74!'J.
AM LEAVING the city and must sell my
8 room, modern house this week. H. H.
Churchill, 3111 Pacific St. RE M.151 9
WHY pay high rent? I-et us sell you a
farm. We have Improved farms In Iowa
and elsewhere, of all kinds and siies, for
sale on the easiest kind of terms and
payments. Squires ft Annls, Council
Bluffs, la. ' RBI $43 08
TOWNSEND Realty Co., Fremont, Neb.,
buy, sell ttnd exchange lands, city prop
erly and merchandise; try us for deal.
RE M241 Nov.ix
FOR SALE Fine 8-room and bath, modern
home, splendid residence locality, large
lot. in excellent repair; has been occupied
by owner since erected; business changes
necessitate leaving city; price. $4,8ni. In
quire 1515 8. SZd Ave. RE M26 I
BARGAIN Modem residence. In Kotintie
Place; 76 feet front, large barn; hot
water heat; cement cellar, laundry; slate
roof, must be sold at once. See owner,
1921 Wirt St. RE M953
OWNERS I have 14 customers for homes
of 6 to 9 rooms; sell now while price is
right. H. R. Stringer, 227 Neville Blk.
Dg. 7554. RE 229
FOR SALE 40 acres 1 miles N. W. Flor
Mice, bearing fruit, some buildings; will
sell half or all and give ternu. 11. E.
Hubermann, 9 Continental Blk.
RR 357 8x
FOR SALE FARMS
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS, UNION PACIFIC
Is closing out its lands In western Ne
braska, Colorado and Wyoming.
From C OO to $6.00 per acre.
Take advantage of the low price and easy
terms offered, ; the opportunity will soon
be gone. ;-
Special excursion rates to the landa
Foi further information apply to
UNION PACIFIC LAND AGENCY,
818 South lith SC. Omaha. Neb.
, v.'-.- H M9T7
CANADA LAND. CANADA LAND.
BEST INVESTMENT OF ALL.
Buy of us. Buy direct. No agents. No
heavy commissions. Finest, all-prairle,
. hard wheat land. Nine and ten dollars.
Easy terms. Others ask fifteen and more.
We save you money. Write us quick.
F. A. PAIUCER ft CO.. Spencer. In.
THREE farm bargains. Write J. T. Camp
bell, Litchfield. Neb. H 103 Nov. 1
FOR SAI'E 320 acres table land, black soil.
Improved, in Howard and Boone counties.
Neb. Address Joseph Slobodry, St. Paul,
Neli. H-M3I2 llx
DAIRY, stock, fruit and poultry fnrms In
the Oiarks; mild climate, puve water and
good health; bargains. In farm J. V.
Kindrlck, Seymour. Mo. H M339 13x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Karnam, S and iH
per ce.'it loans on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrant W.
Farnam Smith at Co., 1320 Farnam St.
BUILDING loan on residence property; $
per cent. W. B. Melkl. Kamge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemla, Pax ton Block.
, W 42
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1620 Doug.
$).oo0.00'.' TO LOAN on business and resi
dence prcperty In Omaha; lowest rates;
no oelay. Thomas Brennan, K. 1, N. Y.
WANTED Cltv loana K. C Peters ft Co.
Any ft farm loan C. F. Carson Co., N.Y. L.
LOANS on improved city property. W. H.
Xnumas. 606 First National Bank Bldg.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Small pui kage of abstracts cover
I nig Nehratka farm lands. Finder will
I be suitably rewarded for returning same
to Wharton. Adams ft Morgan. 81N N. Y.
I L. ISluB, Omaha. Tel. Douglas
i O M.J93 8
' LOST Gray pony, branded with two clr
i cles on hind left leg. Return to K417 N.
I 29th 6t. - Lost M122 x
CHAMBERS, 2424 Fsrr.am, now open. Adult
Ix-giiineis Mondays and Wednesday.;
i loKli' ii I'dneMi J vs and Saturdays;
Juveii'le sdaneed Saturdays and piivata
lessor.: i-rios reasonable, commensurate
Willi udiantage and beneflt derived In our
school. Telephone Douulus 1S7! M sit
F. J- LARSON ft CO, patent lawyers;
patent book free. Bee Bldg.. Oiuana, Neb.
8HARPE ' MACHINE WORKS-Patent
n.ociireri. invantinna develooed. drawil.aa.
I patterns, casting. ma:liine work. M-tit
b. Ittn bl. if
PATENTS pnx-iired and old. 1 fee. Nat'l.
Investment Co., Douglas Blk., 16th und
Dodge M 412 Nov.
F YOU do not find what you want in '"Vs
column, put an ad in and you will -i.i
get it. z-m
I WANTED to exchange stock of geneial
merchandise In good town In Illinois for
good western Isrin. Aouiess i uniana
Bee Z-M:12 11
WETlatORE detective service. 'Phone Red
Jul. . Rooms i and. U. t'uloa blk.. uto)
and Faun sin.
SEWING machines tented. Any make;
TV per week or I2' per month. Second
hand machine tor sale. $6 1 and up.
Neb. Cycle Co.. lath and Harney.
DR. ROY, Chiropody, Doug.-i97. lSOoFar.
PRIVATE confinement home. Mrs. Dr.
King, 1011 N. 21st St. Tel. Doug. 3669.
1 LLn I IMVJ Emm-olderlng,
Dyeing and Cleaning. Sponging und Shrink
ing, only sv per yard. Send ror price list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.. .
M0 Douglas Block. TeL Douglas 1A
Tel. Doug. 264, .
Ol 8. llth St.
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-ofl
clothing: in fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114)
N. llth St.. lor cost of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call Phone Doug. 4136 and
wagon will call. U 411
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Creighton Medical College. 14th and
Davenport Sts. Special attention paid to
confinement cases. All treatment uir
vlsed by college profesaora Phone Doug.
117. Calls answered day or nlgbt,
HOLDER of ticket No. 4S6, call for Bos
ton Terrier pup at 2416 Pierce St., or
'phone D. 3379. U M456 8x
THE City Garbage Co.-Offlce. 11. and
Leavenworth Bis. Tel. Douglas
SURVEYING. Blickenderfer. 212 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Kamge Bldg.
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
prices. Send for free catalogue. My era
Dillon Drug Co.. Omaha. U-826
CHRISTENSON, carpet cleaning. Tele
phone Douglas 1669. U-M300 O 13
WE will find good, comfortable homes for
babies whobe mothers cannot care for
them. See "Mother Lee, Supt." Tlnley
Rescue Home, 408 Bancroft St.
U 700 026
M AOJlVrTr! treatment and oath. Mine.
U M836 Ol4x
Tel. Douglas 8761,
V M204 017
TO FARMERS AND COUNTRY MER
CHANTS We pay nlghest market price,
charging no commission, for all kinds
produce butter, eggs, etc, casn or mer
chandise. Write for daily quotations.
We'll s';nd prettv souvenir postal. THE
BENNETT COMPANY. U-M303
Af A SsS A CIV. Swedish movement, 410 N.
.unoOitUU it,th, Koom 2, 2d Floor.
U M107 Nov. 1
WANTED By family of three csreful
adults, a furnished or unfurnished house
to care for In owner's absence, or would
. pay small rent or buy a home at a bar-
gain. Give full particulars ln reply. Ad
dresa T 23. care Bee. U 464 9x
ANY POOR GIRL tn need ot a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 2824 N. 24th
St.. Omaha. Neb U-M100
USB Blanchard's Eczema Lotion for akin
dlseuae, at druggist. Asslstano given
free by Prof. J. Blanchard, skin specialist,
Minneapolis. U M671 O 10s
TRY KELLY'S Laundry. 'Pftone Douglas
8620. U 826
PRIVATE ftoona during .nflnement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 728 Firt Ave.. Council Bluffs.
Ia. TeL 774. ' U-222
DRS. VOGEL private hospital for women
and for ladles before and during confine
ment. 2319 S. 13th St., Omaha. Neb.
NOTICE Max H. Carson will obtain im
portant messages from Burma by writing
to John N. Dryden. Kearney, Neb.
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to P. E. Fiudinan ft Co., 1514 Cupltol
Ave. U M1S3 Nov3
WANTED Information a to the address
of Jacob Schoff. Address was Otoe
county, Nebraska, about 1870, and Polk
county, Iowa, about 185. Small recov
ery can probably be made. Address Har
vey Spalding ft Sons, .Washington. D. C.
U M261 8x
TYPEWRITERS rented"," $2.50 per mouth;
all makes; satisfaction guaranteed. Fox
Typewriter ft Supply Co., 1822 Farnam St.
U 358 Novo
MME. NORD1CA, scientific palmist. Par
lors lo So. 17th St. 'Phone Douglas 6769.
U 362 12
ARCHITECT O. L. Brollne, 18 Bee Bldg.
U M216 Novi
PENNKLL Millinery Co., 322 North 16th
St. U-M268 Novi
"NATURAL flesh." 'brilliant white." pink,
brunet, are tints of Satin skin powder.
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray" Nerve
Food Pills" $1 box, postpaid. Sherman ft
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 832
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseasea
weaknesses. discharge. Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. WHhnell
block, lull, and Harney, room 2. Oinaba,
MME. NELSON, the w orld-i enewned
palmist, la here by special request.
Madam offer assistance for troubled or
unfortunate. If you are unhappy, have
domestic or husin'-ss troubles you will be
told how to overcome them. SHE TELIS
YOU HOW TO WIN THE ONE YOU
LOVE, fall and secure her never failing
advice Fees within reach of all. Reduced
rate, this week. 211 N. 18th St. Phone
Douglas 3840. S Mill llx
LEADING PALMIST OF OMAHA.
Eventful and truthful predictions glvec
Call 113 S. 16th St , Opp. Boston Store.
LYNQSTAD Hifh Grade 1907 Calendar.
V inni.r- & earner 48lh St. and
at JORVE. Capitol Ave. -S
WE HAVE a new press no Job too large
or two small. Central Printing Co.
COMPLETE line of 1907 calendars. Snell
Priming Co.. 31J S. 12th St. -157 Nov?
WANTED TO BUY
Tel. Red -29 X
IS M94 OU
WANTED Ry family of threaj caiclU
adults, a furnished or unfurnished bou.ae
to care for In owner's absence, or would
pav small rent or buy a home at a bni
guin. Give full particulars ln reply. Ad
dress T 23. care bee. N-465 x
MADAME WOODRUFF Robe. Suit JU-14-16-16
Neville Blk. Tel. Douglas $412.
DRESSMAKING In family or at home.
Miss Sturdy. 2606 Davenport. Phone Har
ney 281J. 738
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES L
CHATELAIN Sm4ioo1 of languages L'uy
and evenlug classes, French, German,
panlahi Xenclus. Davldge Bldg. L5 N4
aT aaaaaWtW' Mi iJ i II "i Baf BLSIXKXBBO I
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EASY TO GET
'A loan on furniture, pianos.
er other chattels, left In your
IF YOU NEED
to pav vour grocer, landlord, or any other
bills which msy be bothering you.
Our plan the best as w give you a writ
ten copv of the contract with a
. GUARANTEED REBATE
if paid before the contract expires.
made to people steadily employed.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO
(.Established" 1892) Tel. Doug. r6.
119 Board of Trade Bldg.
3v 6o. lth Street.
In aalnrv and furniture loans from now
until further notice. We are still offering
to honest people our special $ loan for S3.
Reliable Credit Co.
Room ao7-s paxton Block. .
Corner Farnam and Sixteenth Sis.
The Union Loan Co.
810 BED BUILDING.
Make loans to suit your convenience.
X M109 It
DR. PRIDBENOW S MONEY .
loaned on furniture, salary, piano, bora,
etc., ln any amount; lees than half rates;
perfect privacy : Immediate attention; any
term wanted. Payment suspended wbea
sick or out ot work. 214 KarbacB Blk.
$09 South 16th St. X 441 .
Bowen, 703 N. Y. IifiTBldg.,
Advance private money en chattel or
salary; easy to get; no red taps; you get
money same day asked for at nill cost.
Open evening till 7. X $42
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLM
and other without security; easy pay
ments. Offices in 68 principal citlea To!
man. room 714, New York Life Bldg.
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE; reliable aooom
modating; all business confidential. . 1J01
MONET loaned on piano furniture, Jew.
elry. horses, cow, ate. C. F. Reed, 310 ft
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loana
Duff Green Loaa Co., room 8, Barker
block. . X-fctt
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loana
Foley Loan Co.. 1604 Farnam 8t X 849
CHATTEL and salary loana Phoenix
Credit Co.. 632 Paxton block. X 847
LAW AND C0LLECTI0NS
J. M. Macfarland. 209 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tet
Dougla fi8r,8. M&93 Q8
Union Pacific R. R. Co. land In
Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado
and Wyoming. Fine farm and
IM to $5 per acup:.
For Information regarding
lands and special excursions
' LAM) AGKMCY U. 1 R. K.,
Dept. D. 318 8. 1 5 til St.,
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CHIEF WUARTERMA8TF.R8 oVfICE
Oniaha, Nebrska. September 1.. 1J
(lesled proposals. In Irlpflcaite. will he I
clved here and by aitjr(ernwiter at thA
post named herein, nottl .i. ni., a-ntral-iiandard
time, October 9. I1., fo- furnish
ing oats and hay during the (lrrsl v.ar
ending June , 19"7. at Fort D. A. Pus
sHI. Wvoming. ITopossls (r deW?y at
other places will be entertained. I . 3.
reserve right to reect or accept any ..r
all propo! or any part thereof. Inioiros
Mon furnished on application here, or 'o '
quartermaster at the station named. Hi .
t elope containing proposal should he
marked "ITepoeaiB "or roreae, nm -o-rtressed
to Major M. GRAY HA I J N r K t.
C. Q. M
P18-1I -30-21 Cs.-8
HEROES WHO LOVED MULES I
oterf t.ewerala W Mad a Sofl
Srt for the Army Eqalne i
The following stories
are verified by Csptrkw
n General Grant a li
tain Reckwlth. who -was
secret clphfr telegraph operator during tha
civil war. Urckwlth was Known aa
"Grant's Shade w." and was In constant
communication wlih the leader from first
After the surrtlirier of Ie, Grant re
turned in lTteiiahurg, where his army and
elaff were located. An Immense campflre
was burning, about which were gathered
the men, all anxiously awaiting the gen
eral, and especially anxious to hear hi
first words, which presumably would con
cern the recent act which rang down th
curtain of the great strife and spread th
white cutaln of peace.
Th general drew near, with head lint
as though with the weight of heavy
thought, the solemnity of affair and th
future disposal of things. The men ap
proached nearer. Every word which might
fall from the great leadar' lips would b
of Import, worth hearing, as well a worth
treasuring for all time to come.
Suddenly Grant turned to one of his men
and asked In that low tone of voice, that
tone which all who knew him well have
kept In their mind for year:
"Ingalls, remember that white mule w
bad down In Texas?"
"I do, perfectly well."
"I wonder what has become - of that
"I never heard, general," returned In
"Neither did I." 1
And the great general walked away a
In a deep and brown study. Those were
the first words from Grant' lip addressed
to hla comrades after the surrender if
that other great general Lee.
If a mule was In the mind of Grant, why
naturally should It not be In the mind of
that other great general who was avers
to wearing the Insignia of bis high rank?
A thin, erect man, seated upon a bony,
rangy horse, drew near th mule quarter
of tha great army. Hut uniform was seedy,
his slouch hat wa battered out of shape
and flapped low over hi brow, and deepv.
set eyes. He looked like a cashiered sol
dier run down at the heel and disreput
able to say the least.
Suddenly he reined his horse, "lifted his
head and fastened hi eye - angrily, re
provingly, upon a mule driver who was
beating without mercy one of the long
eared equine paradoxes. . The mounted
man gritted his teeth and muttered a curse
under his scraggy besrd. He was angry,
angry away through to hi marrow. When
thia particular general got angry things
had to stir.
"Stop that, you fool!" cam angr
from bis lips. '
"Stop what?" returned the mule driver
art the whip fell again.
"Stop beating that mule
"Umph! Who In thunder are you?"
"General Sherman" '
"Umph! Half a doien other old bum
have aald the me today."'- i
There waa something glittering In the
depths of the general' eyes that held the
cruel- whip In air. ' The rude driver
slowly dropped- the Instrument of torture
and slunk away. The old, seedy soldier
was not like the others, though lie looked
as - dilapidated and , dlsreptttahle.-New
York Press. .
CARS UNDER THE RAILS
Asaerleaa laveator's Form ef ; le
va teal Road Differs from
Fitquent reference has been made
these . columns to, the advantage of the
suspension form of elevated railroad, as
exemplified by the Barmen and Elberfeld
road, in Germany, whtre the car are
hung from a single, track above the bed of
a river;. but It ha remained for an Ameri
can Inventor to devise a system bf this
kind embodying many novel features. All
of these features are covered by recent
Instead of running on a single ov
rail, ite American Inventor provide
rails alinva Big car, which carry the w
and above the wWls Is a guard ra
that It Is Impossible fer the cat to leave
the track, no matter how high the speed
at which It is run. The motor is on top of
the car, and a trolley pole of peculiar de
sign draw th power from an electric wire
protected by a hood from snow ami sleet.
One of thf most Ingenious thing about
this system Is the mean provided to en
able cars to cross the track of a similar
line at right angles to their own'. Wher
ever such a crossing occur are placed
gates, which are opined automatically hy
the csr Itself as if approaches. These gstes
carry with them the body of the track,
which thus provides a way for the car. In
passing a crossing of this nature the
weight of the car does not fall upon the
hinge of the gate, but is rigid by honks,
which ste part of the gat, and which en
gage the superstructure of the road.
Another feature In which the American
differs from the German yafm Is that In
the Am'-ricun short turna In the road can
be made with ease, owing to. the freedom
with which the', trucks carrying the whrels
move Independently of the car' Itself.
A switch operated mechanically by elec
tricity and controlled by tha . mntorrmv.
from the car Is another novelty.
The possibility, of making quick time is
a feature which this system lias In common
with the German Hue. but there ar other
things In which it has the advantsge of
the foreign rosd. Cheapness of construc
tion Is claimed as one of Dies, as well us
the double track before mentioned.
According to' the American plan, the
height of the tar entrance above the trel
st th station Is about sixteen feet. Other
elevsted railways have a height of twenty-eight
or thirty feet of stairways. In
the- system tinder discussion passengers
may enter or leave ih nr.hy u nigjft
luutic sieel-diop stairway at any point"
along th line. ' Thl stairway, however, la J
intended more for emergency than for gen
eral use. It nuay be adjusted In s moment
by a lever In the car. The tnley, loo. Is
rigid, and controlled by a lever from the
The use of tins many automatic dvtce
makes the r"id cheaper, to operate than
the usual variety.
Although the system Just described has
not yet received the test of operation. It
appears, to embody, snany wnulMla-s wide)
appear thoroughly practical. Phllsd-lrp
If you hsv anything to trad advertise
It In th For "Exchange cwlvuna af Th
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