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THE FALL TERM
nOYLbt BUSINESS COLLEGE
. 18 NOW OPEN.
',... DAT AND NIGHT.
' Students are admitted any day.
New Catalogue Frre. Tel. Douglas 1984.
Address H. B. Boyles, President.
Boyls Bulloing. Omaha. Neb.
WJ1ERE TRUNKI ARE MADE.
Trunk, aim rases and shopping bans. Old
"trunk In exchange. Repairing.
410 N. lSth Bt. Phone Douglas mi.
(J AS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
J 13 S. 16th 8t. Tel. Douglas 681.
I Omaha Safe and Iron Works make a spe
clalty of fire escapes, shuttera, doora and
safes. G. Andreon, Prop., 102 8. 10th St.
BIO. V TAINTING 8. H. Cola, 1302 Douglaa.
... R 630
! TRY Kelly's Towel Supply. Tel. Doug. 3830.
10WASsnttnry Cleaning: Co., 1019 Farnaiu.
H EFLIN T.ocksnilth. moved upstairs; er
trance, 1314 Farnaiu. Tel. Doug. 2974.
FOR SAt.E-CL.VB CIGAR STORE; best
Ktand In So. Omaha: have other busi
ness.. J. W. Bouk, eo. Omaha.
1)0 IkdU IVshlotllake a Change
If ymi yiav -a. faVmt "Jiome. business or
property that1 you vwant to sell or ex
change, write ua.
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha Neb., or Sioux City, la.
No charge for treatment at Crelghton
Wanted Patients, at Dental rollege.
Treatment free. Y M641 Novll
JL A V
FOR SALE ioct6r i residence and office
for price-of. property; want to retire. Ad
drss T 37, care Bee. Y MfiflO 23x
FOR SALE Complete butcher shop outfit,
tool. Ice box. etc.; can give Immediate
possession; must be Bold before November
1st; tarn will handle the deal. Write First
National bank. Coon Rapids, la., or J. A.
Dixon, Redfleld. S. D. Y-M686 19
HUSTLER with capital to Join a large
tranafer, storage and coal business and
manage department, Lincoln, Neb., 1307
N St. , Y-M703 IB.
"OR BALE Good meat market. In the beat
town In Nebraska, for $2,000; rahh sales
M.OtiO a month. Reason, sickness. Ad
dress F. J. Pa hi, Grand Island, Neb.
"" ' Y-M768 20x
FOR SALE Grocery and queens ware
stock; good . Ir rallon. beat town, 1.5v,
central Nebraska; (rood established trade;
stock fresh and clean. Good reason for
selling. , Address, TM. care Bee.
U"T r' ,r Y-M762 17X
WANTE.D Financial backing In one of the
greatest ' monopollsfno; industries In the
world. American protecting patents Just
allowed. Hersfeldt, Windsor hotel.
.WRITE for our market letter. Sent free
upon request. Complete resume of Ne
vndn mining operations. Patrick Elliott ft
Co.. bankers and brokers, UoldfleUl, Ne
vada, Y-M861 l6x
W BVYS outrletir rniuaiifactorv patented
specialty, worth 82.0U9 any time. Weber.
Thurston hotel. Y M858 16x
' ' " . ;3
' FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
TWO Besley letter cabinets In good condi
tion, made of walnut and have two
drawers ench. Call at Bee business of
fice and get a bargain. Q Mis
SOD-AjiaFpUNTAJN, anr-sixe. ij iVrTiam!
SHER WIN-WILLIAMS. CO., best mixed
paint. Uherman & MrCunuell Drug Co.,
Omaha. y 790
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand. 181S Farnant.
FDR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lesd the world in
cheap bar fixtures: easy payuiuitU.
ilruitswIckvBalke-Cotlencler, 4Ci , 8. loth
t. . y-.-Ui,
SEND us your mall orders for drugs;
freight paid on flu lota. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. Qmi
ky! ARE piano for sale cheap. Call Red
351 or U27 No. loth St. j C2 x
MILK cows.' easy terms, 43d and Center.
tA UJfftiBMKD overcoats, 4!S No. lLh.
FOR aATE Automobile, Rambler touring
cur, 1 model, cape top, full equipment
tool and extras, .xl inch wheels; bet
ter than new. owner leaving city. Ad
dress T S, Bee. Q M514
FOR SA LB This week. only, the roost
liautlful lurnlsliert home ever ohoreil at
private sale, must positively l,e sold m
any lrlce, everything the very best; used
cniy a little while, without a scratch or
mar; manogany parlor suit. Irsthrr couch
chairs and rockrs.,-malKganv drestteis
and chlOnnlera. dreasV-r and chiffonier In
luarlar sawed oak. brass bed, hair mat
tresses, box eprluae. iiuarUr sawed dining
suit. Inlaid mahogany and rook wood
center table. In taot everything pretaimna
to a complete and .comfortable home of
the blithest gunlKi; sold separate this Is
u chance of a lifetime. Don't miss It. iRil
Parke Wild Ave... take Harney cor.
' Q M76 W
1500 t'HlCKKRINU.tuarlght piano. 15. 416
N.- i3d. Q U767 lx
IlNING ROOM tablet and Mi chairs. 121
So. Sth St. g MS&2 ltix
FOR SALE Furiituire complete for a 12
rooin 'house. In good condition. Including
cocking utensils, etc. 611 N. lXth St.
Q M7! lix
LYNQ8TAD Hlsh Grade 107 Calendari.
tinnvr 3- B- corner 16th bt. and
JOJi, CadioJ Ave.. 037
t'OMPLKTE line of 1H7 calendars. Snell
Printing Co.. Si J H. Uth St. -IS" Nov
JOB rrlaOng and binding Springer Print
. Ing t o.. :06 No. 17th. Tel. Doug. a;i.
M669 Nov. 10
VKNTRAL PRINTING CO.; fine Job work;
tpewrltten letters. 110 8. 17th St., lu
blksiSrthfifa Bl;lg. MK44 Novll
CIIAUHKRS, 3414 Farnam. now vpen. Adull
bealunejs .Mondays and Wedneadity:
i hlldren wdnej.dja and Saiurdas
Jvvsnlle advanced Saturdays and prtvaU
leson lrmi reasonable, coinmensurata
with advantages and benefit derived ia our
school. Telephone Doualas UTI V f
IH. AND MRS Morand's clanar In danc
lug and physical culture for children are
nuw open. Jlo Soiitli Kighteentli St. Be-
nner Weunesday. 4 la p. in , advance
itunlsy, J.w) or 3:30 p. ua. Tel. LKiug
las 104V. , , Nov. 11
WETMOHB detective service. 'Phona
UJ1. Rooms 16 aad U Cjlon Hik.. 13th !
aud raiuaiu. Ji-8iJ Otl6 1
WANTED MALE HELP
Y A NTF.T Five boys; good wages: twma
rent Job. A. D. T. Co., lii 8. Uth St.
Dr.IG STORES bought and sold; drug
clerks wanted. F. V. Kniest. 134 N. T L.
CIVIL SERVICE Want young men to pre.
ptr. H'l Underbill, MiO N !i4h.
WANTED, BOV.Vn TorN'O MEnTIs to 65.
to prepare for firemen snd brakemen on
tiew roads snd for fall rush: experience
unnecessary; firemen 6100 protected to
engineers Jjoo; brakemen 1.5. proinoted to
conductors 6150; positions now open. Na
tions! Training association. ?o X Paxton
Blk., Omaha, Neb. B--M1M tiavZ
WAXTEIVJ coat makers: stesdy work;
sack coatr.. f in and up. Lad the Tailor,
Sioux Faiis. 8. D. B M382 lSx
HVSTLER8 out of employment can do well
to call on us; pay weekly. C. F. Adams
Co.. ll Howard. B M1W NovS
Toothache? Free treatment at Crelghton
Crown or bridge work. No charge at
Crelghton Dental college except for ma
terial. B irf54' Novll
A GOOD harnessmaker; stendy' work;
wanted by P. Hampel, Talmnge, Neb.
B Mi9S 17x
WANTED An experienced traveling sales
msn who hsji an established trade In the
liquor line In the state of Nebraska; good
salary paid for a competent, energetic
man. Samuel Westheimer A Son V. t
Co.. Ft. Joseph, Mo. B-MCT7 2S
WANTED Men to learrT barber trade; you
can practically earn your tuition, tools
and board before completing; graduates
paid 612 to 620 weekly; little expense;
ahort time required; positions or locations
waiting Call or write Moler Barber Col
lege. 1116 Farnam St. B 18x
WANTED Good team drivers; wsges. 6100
per day sfter JO days' ser-k-e; steady Job.
Sunderland Brothers Company. LOth ami
Hickory Sts. t B M815 II
WANTED- Competent toilet snap sales
man; only experienced men wed apply.
Address T 42, Bee. B M629 16
WANTED Young man of education, and
with ambition, to solicit for a lsre
Omaha concern. Small salary but good
prospects for right person. Address T-4.
i s re of Bee. B- 16x
WANTED Clerk in railroad office: good
salary to the right man. Address T 3t.
Omaha Bee. B M.Sf8 Mx
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Fifty girls to work In candy
factory; good chance to earn money to
buy your Christmas presents with. The
. Vuegete & Dinning Co., 1616 Jones St.
FIFTY strong girls for turning bags; girls
15 or 16 years old for clipping threads.
Bern Is Omaha Bag Co. C M106
EXPERIENCED chocolate dippers wanted
at once. D. J. O'Brien Co., 1202 Howard.
WANTED Competent nurse girl at 1916 8.
J2d Ava; must have references. TeL
Harney 3221. ; C M252
GIRIJ3 WANTED. Loomls Co., 916 Farnnm
St. - C M400
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework, small family. Mrs. H. M.
McClanahan, 1312 N. 40th St. Tel. Har
ney 1402. C 493
GIRLS WANTED Strong girls for turning
bags; small girls for clipping threads;
tnHnr not nneattev vuul
steady work; pay while learning. Bemls
GIRL for general housework; no washing;
good, wages. 2006 St. Mary's Ave.
C MAN 17
WANTED Experienced butterlne demon
strator. Address T 46, Bee. C M630 16
GIRL for general housework, 16 per week,
1218 Park Wild Ave. C-M627 16
WANTED Experienced hands to sew
draperies. Miller, Stewart Sc. Beaton, 1316-17-19
Farnam St. . C M28 16
MAN and wife, coachman and -cook, for
farm. See A. Hospe, 16L3 Douglas.
f ' C-MiSJlS'
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework In a family of three, all grown
people; wages no objact to competent
.' party. E. Sellgsohn, 615 rWuth 2iid St. '
C M778 lSx
THE ABBOLVTBLY finest aronjia. pleasant.
paiaianie arierrasie or cei-pep-Ko ncrva
bracer recommends Itself, to any customer.
; B MS5o 16x
WANTED Salesman to ' Introduce and
sen me uaiiup r run uatnerer. Iarge
money to hustlers. Gallup Mfg. Co,
Room 1 Patterson Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
AGENTS Don't accept any agency until
."M i.cmi iiviu ua, ijuinirBi Beiiep on
earth; 2.000,000 sold; 830 r day; SHmpies
free. Domestic Mfg. Co., Minneapolis,
Minn. J M639 16x
WANTED A few first-class salesmen for
new tirst-clasa proposition. Men capable
of earning 8M) to 8100 weekly preferred.
Call 8 to a. m., or after I p. m. O. K
Earle. . Paxton hotel. J 40
THE BIBLE In symbols-Fastest selling
fail and holiday book on earth: on
agent averaged 820 dally last week; we pay
bo pu cent commission; write todsy for
free outfit. J. L. Nichols Co., Naper
vlll. 111. J-Mtf53 lx
NEW sleeve protector for office and house
work; samples free this week; other
novelties. Ladies Supply Co.. 3203 Prairie
, Ave., O.. Chicago. J M635 Novl2x
SALARY and commission will be paid to
an oiu ime me man 01 experience. Ad
dress Box 1196, Lincoln, Neb.
ADVERTISING MAN who writes foiei-
snie dusiihss. bringing copy, wants posi
tion; department or retail cloliiiiig. Ad
dress T 80. care Bee. A Mf.97 Kx
WANTED Bit us t Ion by young ladr as
sienograpner. Remington machine. Varied
experience. Address T-47, in cae of Bee.
WANTED Position ss Janitor; useful
man. understand steam heal slid horses.
J. H. Bharperson, 1922 Cuming. Bt.
POSITION as housekeeper, where there
ra one or more aervsnts. by refined, cap
able widow. Adureas. T 56 care Bee.
H 643 16X
WANTED Good bartenders push the abso
lutely nneat 16-cent straight Cel-Pep-Ko
nerve bracer In the world: 89 per easa
IS quarts: wholesalers handle It. Tele
phone 71 Douglss. J M857 16x
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Golden Scotch collie, return lo 2634
. nanea m. ana receive J.i reward.
Ixiat 6uf lox -
STOLEN From In front of Ruatell s horse,
shoeing shun, a Shetland nnnv knu:
four wheels; natural wood: upl.clsierta '
In corduroy. Any information letve at 1
Rusaell s shop. Lost MMt 16x i
LOST One pocket hook containing money
and valuable papers; finder uleaae return
to manager Neb. Tel. Co. and receiver
T Cd L "" M
F. 1. LARSON A CO.. patent lawyers;
patent book fres. Bee Bldg.. Omaha. NVh.
SHARPE MACHINE WORKSPstnTs
procured. Inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, machine work. 604-612
B. JOtB St. 693
PATENTS procured and sold. 1 fee. NafT.
Investment Co., Douglaa Blk.. 16th and
HESS HWOrOPA. 1415 Farnaav
f.. H END K KS( X, rsrnam.
It is no trouble to recover lost
articles Put an ad in The Bee Lost
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 12th and Farnam.
611 O. M. E. Uaul Trunk!
EXCELLENT modern furnished front
room with aicjve and bay win Jow tor
two. 'Phone in house. 2674 Harney St.
PLEASANT room, modern, private fam
ily. 624 So. 26th Ave. E 349 28x
CAPITOL HOTEL, ltn and Capitol Ave.:
American or European; steam heat and
modern eonvenlencc. E 473
FOl'R desirsble rooms, modern, with hent,
furnished for light housekeeping. ?70K S.
FOR RENT Well funiWlied southeast
room, with alcove; private family. J2
8. 29th St. E-Mi 16
Fl'RNJSHKD room for gentleman, private
family. 31H N. 18th St. E S4 Iflx
FOR RENT One furnished room; 64 per
month. 2708 Seward. E 4187 16x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O.M.E.iJaul Trunk
private dining rooms,
EXCELLENT tnodrn rooms, ntearn
heated, gas and hot and cold baths, with
good hoard: close In. The Ronton. 107
South 17th St. F M77K lSx
SOVTH. sunshiny room, with best of home
hoard; two refined young men or ladies.
527 Psrk. Ave. F-M823 lx
THF: ROSE. 2O20 Harney St.; nleasant,
warm rooms; good bosrd. F4S0 2i x
VERT desirable, large front room, modern;
well heated; breakfast If desired. 614 No.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
FOVR or H clean, pleasant housekeeping
rooms, main floor. 2214 N. 19th St
UNFURNISHED rooms for housekeeping.
2n78 Harney St. G-846 16x
FOR RLNT HOUSES
WB DO expert piano movlnK at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglua 26. Bchmoller &
Mueller Piano Co., 1S11-1313 Farnam.
HOUSES ln "u Par, cf th c"y R.
a-tuoio c peters & Co., Bee UldR.
HOUSES n all parts of the city. The
UUUOM O. F. Davis Co., Bee Rid.
HOVSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt. Barker Blk.
OMAHA Van Storage Co., pack, move,
stora H. H. goods; storehouse 1120-24 N.
19th. Office, 1C1 Fsrnam. Tel. Doug. 1639.
WE MOVE- pianos. Maggard Van 4 Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 1196. Office, 1718 Web
ster St. D 661
SEE us when shipping household goods to
large cities west. We can save you money.
EXPRESSMEN'S DELrVERY CO ,214 N.
Sixteenth St, Tel. . Doug. 1196. D 662
FOR RENT 9-roam house, all modern; fur
nace; 826. C. M. Bachmann. 436 Paxton
Blk. ' D-422-
OTYYD Antn TO
121S Harney St.
Tel. Doug. 976.
FOR RENT A new modern it-room house.
Globe Land and Investment Co., Patterson
FOR RENT Two first floor and one second
floor flat, corner 29th snd Douglas. Globe
Land and Investment Co., Patterson Bldg.
CTf"YP A fJUT Household goods, mer
OIUIVAUD chHiidlse. etc., Fred Bush
Transfer Line, 1003-5 Farnam St.
D Nov. 10
FOR RENT At 1511 South th St. New
brick house, 7 rooms and large reception
hall. Modern In every particular. Lo
cated In the best part of the city. Will
be ready for occupancy, about October
SO. Inquire of the owner. J. R. Camp
bell, Bee omce, or im qoutn ?.tn st. in.
COUN8MAN-VAN BURGH CO..
storage and transfer. Eest storage hous
ln the city. Immediate attention given.
1629-31-Xf N. Kth St. Tel. Douglas-4618.
FOR RBNT-8ix-room cottage, bath,
closets, city water, sewer, ga, cistern
and good barn. R912 N. 20th S:. Rente.
8J8. Tel. Taylor 4774. D Al-fci
FOR RENT Fine 10-room flat, all modern;
good furnace; 406 8. 26th Ave.. William K.
Potter receiver, Sol Brown Blk. D ;19
FOR rent, October 16, to responsible ten
ant, 7-room house, 2167 Farnam St.; mod
ern except furnace; 826.60. Apply at f7
N. 19th St. D-M'4
SIX-ROOM brick; modern; H20 Msple St.
D 6i8 i;x
Ff1t RENT 8-room, moprij hoii.se. R22 S.
24tli Ave. Key next door. l M'o 15x
6-ROOM cottage, modern, C34 S. 24th Ave.
lnq ilre premises today. D M813 17.x
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office,
city hall building. 417 N. 26th t.. Mouth
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1 184
FOR RENT Large corner store room,
Uth and Vinton Sts.. $30. C. M. Bach
mann. 436 Paxton Blk. 1 M621
THE two store rooms, with basements,
at 706-705 8. 16th street; Jso per month
Inaulre R. C PETERS CO..
Ground Floor, Bea Bldg.
ACCOMMODATIONS furnished In small
private family to a companionable school
teacher, reasonable. Address T 41, Bo.
WANTED First-claas board and room
for two gentlemen; soperata rooms,
within a few blocks of postornoe. Ap
ply by letter. Bee office. K M841 16
Mhn. wiC? and son, 6 years old,
WANT ROOMS WITH BOARD
near 16th and locust Sts. Address L. R.
Vorce, 2924 Sh'rman Ave. 'Phon Louglas
46o4. K-S62 Mx
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Whole.
prices. Save on every article. Only first
class goods handled. Prompt attention to
every order. Send for catalogue. R. J.
Karol, 23a lUrnnon St., Chicago, III.
JOHNSON Institute, 41$ N. T. L.
Doug. 1664. -
over 1500 Fsrnam Tel.
The leading palmist of timshs. '
Revalatl) ns of past and future described.
Parloia. 11J BV 16lh fit.. Cup. Boston S'nrr.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
In Hanscom Place
One block from car line,
esst front, fine surroundings,
special taxes all pnld. Ask us
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Telephone Douglas 1781.
BARGAIN Modern residence. In Kountss
Place; 7i fret front, large barn; hot
water heat; cement cellar, laundry; slats
roof, must be sold at once. See owner.
19a Wirt St. RE-M353
TOWNSEND Realty Co., Fremont, Stb.,
buy, sell and exchange lands, city prop
erty and merchandise; try us tor deal.
RE MJ41 Nov.bx
WNER8-1 have 14 customers for tiomea
of 6 to 9 rooms; sell now while price la
right. H. R. Stringer, 227 Neville Blk.
Dg. 7664. RE-229
FOR SALE 5-room cottage, Just finished.
Inquire at 4.110 North 28th Ave., or at 303S
Mnndei-son St. RE-M758 16x
FIVE hrind new modern homes, with full
lots, for quick sale; have your choice;
first buyer gets a discount; see these be
fore buying; terms If desired. If. R
Stringer, 2L'7 Neville block.. Cor. lth snd
Harney. 'Phone Doug. 7544.
RE MOOT 16
C. O. CARLBERG, real estate and insur
ance. BU N. T. Life. 'Phon Rerl.7497.
AM LEAVING the city and will sell my
tt-room thoroughly modern house vi ry
reasonable. H. H. Churchill, 8111 Psclflc.
- RE M672 16
SEVEN, acres; 6-room cottage: must be
sold at once to settle estate; finest piece
of acreage In Omaha; holding nt 8-i.OHi.
but will make considerable reduction for
cash. It costs nothing to enquire about
this place. It'a got to be sold soon and
some one will get a snap. H. R. Stringer,
227 Nebllle block, eor. HUh and Harney.
Phone Doug. 7664. RE M67
TWO modern houses at the southwest cor
ner of 31st and Cass Sts.. with ground on
which to build another house. Pared
street, cast front, nice shade trees. Make
me an offer for one or both.
Room. 1, N. Y. Life Bhlg
FOR SALE 75 of the most desirable lots in
Florence: lots on the car line and lghtlr
lots on the hillside. Dexter I Thonm.
412 Bee bldg. RE-R30 lx
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
FOR QUICK SALE
$4,000 buys the pair of two-storv 7-rooni
frame dwellings at 1310 and 1312 S. 2Mh
St.; all modern except furnace; now rent
ing at 84h0 per annum.
$3,000 buys 9-room frame dwelling at 21
Poppleton Ave.; fully modern: now
vacant; was rented for $384 per annum.
$7,000 for 509 and 611 N. 18th St., two 8-room
fully modern, frame dwellings, with 4
room cottage In the rear; rents for $S60
$1,200 for 2902 Charles St.; 5-room cottsg;
full lot on corner.
W. B. MEIKLE.
206 Ramge Building.
MONEY TQ LOAN CHATTELS
EASY TO GET
A loan on furniture, pianos, livestock
or other chattels, left In your
IF YOU NEED
to pay your grocer, landlord, or any other
bills which may be bothering you.
Our plan the best as we g;ve vou a writ
ten copy of the contract with a
If paid before the contract expires.
made to people steadily employed.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO
(Established 1521.) Tel. Dong. Cfti.
11s eoara or Traae ujag.
M So. 16th Street.
I t $ $ 8 8 $ 8 $ 8 8 8 $ 8
MONEY TO LEND .
ON SALARIES. FURNITURE, PIANOS,
HOKHKb AND WAGOjnS.
This Is your opportunity to get money
and pay those 111 tie annoying debt. Ar
range your affairs now so that when the
cold weather comes you will only have one
company to owe.
You can repay lis In small weekly or
monthly payments, best suited to tour In
come; amounts psid hefore due, full rebate
is ALWAYS allowed.
Reliable Credit Co.
Rooms 3O7-308 Paxton Block.
Corner Farnam and Sixteenth Sts.
I I $ $ I $ $ $ $ 6 8 $
X M678 81
The Union Loan Co.
310 BED BUILDING.
Make loans to suit your convenience.
DR. PRIBBENOW S MONEY
loaned on furniture, salary, pianos, horses,
etc.. In any amount; less than half rates;
perfect privacy : Inuiiudlate attention; any
terms wanted. Payments suspended whta
sick or out of work. 214 Karbacn ii.k.
20 South Uth St. X 441
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advance pi! vats money on chattels or
salary; easy to gel, no red tape; you gat
money sains day aakeU for at small col
Opun 1'venlnga till 1. X tii
MONEY LOANED SALARIED POPLil
and others without security; easy pay.
Uients. Otlioes In rrtucipal cities. Tol.
u. room 714, New York Life Bldg.
EAGLE i-OAN OFF1C ; rellabia accom.
modating; all businsas coandanilal. iiin
Douglas. X 844
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jaw.
eliy, horses, cows, tie. C. Reed, l 4,
FUKMTL'KE, live stock, salary loana
Dur? Green Loan Co.. room a. Barkef
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans,
.r'oley An Co.. U4 Farnam Sc. X w
and aalary loans.
kjc; raxton oioiK
1. redll I
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR SALE Stanhope carriage, harness
ii nd robe. F. H. Reynolds, Florence.
P Mao lx
1 head of heavy work horses, from J.8X) f
1.6MO. Inquire MrCreary ft Carey. South
Omaha. P M817 It
M I 'AMP' WOODRUFF Robes. Suite
14-"iS-l N'evllla Ulli 'el Ikui.'li. U!
I 3 Oil
DRESSMAKING In family or at hem.
Miu Sturdy, Ml Davenport. Phons Har.
riey 2K12. 7SJ
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
J. M Macfarland. $t N. Y.
U Bids Tsl.
SEWING machines rented. Any make;
75c per week nr 82.00 er month. Second
hand machines for s;ile, $M and up.
Neb. Cyrlo Co., 16th and Harney.
DR. ROY. chiropody. Doug. 1497. 1506 Far.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME. Mrs.
Dr. King, 211m n. 21st Bt. Tel. Doug. !9.
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink
ing; only Re per yard Send for price list
n nrf ninU
400 Douglaa Block.
Tel. Douglss 1?3.
THE SALVATION A RMV solicits castoff
clothing; In fsct, nnrthlnx you do not
need; we collvt. repair and sell, st 111
N. 11th St., for cost pf collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'phone Doug. 418 nnd
wnon will call. U 611
FREE medical and surglcsl trestnient at
Crelghton Medical college, 14i h snd Dav
enport Sts.; special attention paid 10
confinement cases; nil treatment super
vised by co'-'no professors. 'Phone
Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or night.
THE CITY" GARBAGE CO.. office Uth anl
Leavenworth tits. Tel. l'oulaa 1:67.
PURVEYING, Bllckensderfcr. 312 Bee Bins,
OITAHA 8tammorers' Institute. Rimw
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
prices; send for free catalogue. Myers
JntHon Drug Co.. Omaha. U 8;3
WE will find good, comfortable homes for
panics w nose mothers cannot care for
them. See "Mother Loo. Supt." Tlnley
Rescue Home, 4(0 Bancroft St.
U 700 octLS
MAONETTP!tr,,,tr"erit bth- Mmc.
ACORN PRESS ft'Aff8-
' , U-M204 octl7
TO FARMERS AND COUNTRY MER
CHANTS: We pay highest market price,
charging 110 commission, for all. kinds of
producebutter, eggs. etc.. cash or mer
chandise. Write for dally quotations.
Weil send pretty souvenir postal. THE
BENNETT COMPANY. U M30i
MASSAfiE Swedish movement, 410 N.
jinooduii 16tn Room 2 .lA noor
U M107 novl
CHAMPION Carpet cleaning. Doug. 655. 1623
Leavenworth. U M16 Nov8
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to tne matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 8S24 N. 21th
St.. Omaha. Nob. U M100
TRY KELLY S Laundry. 'Phone Douglas
3620. . U 826
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, T First Ave., Council Bluffs,
Ia. Tel. 774. U 122
DR8. VOGEL prlvsts hospital for women
iu lor males oeiore ana auring confine
ment. 2319 S. Uth St., Omaha. Neb.
U M9S0 OS1
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to f. . t loaman Co., 1S14 Capitol
Ave. U-M183 Nov3
TYPEWRITERS rented. $2.60 per month;
all makes; satisfaction guaranteed. Fox
Typewriter &. Supply Co., 1822 Farnam St.
ARCHITECT O. L. Brollne, 61s Bee Bldg.
PENNELL Millinery Co., 322 North 16th
St. U-M26S Jan5
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no iln, no
detention from business. Call or wrlta
for booklet, etc. QUICK CURE RUP
TURE CO., 511 Woodmen of World Bldg..
Omaha. U 494
Crelghton Dental college. Patients free.
Free treatment at Crelghton Dental col
lege. U M540 Novll
IF LUCKY" yci get your picture enlarged
to life sixe In genuine crayon free in our
drawing contest, every day, 10 a. ni. to
6 p. m., guaranteed worth $6. Wallace
Bristol & Co., Artists, 620 N. 16th 81.
U M570 NovlO
C. J. PALM QUI ST Custom shoe maker.
4U4 Hamilton St., and 107 8. 16th St.
U M566 Nov. 10
AN Invisible, Instantaneous skin perfum
ing beautlMer. describes attn skin pow
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray s Nerve
Food Pills" $1 box postpaid. Sherman as
McConnell Drug Co., Omahn. 665
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseases,
weaknesses. discharges. Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Wlthnell
block, 16th and Harney, Room 2. Omaha.
FOR SALE FARVTS
.CANADA I .AND. CANADA LAND.
1 BEST INVESTMENT OF ALL.
Buy of us. Buy direct. No agents. No
honvy commissions. Finest, all-pinliie,
herd wheat land. Nine and ten dollars.
Knsy terms'. Others ask fifteen and more.
We save you money. Write us quick.
F. A. PARKKIt & CO.. Spencer, la.
THREE farm bargains. Wrlta J. T. Camp
bell, Litchfield. Neb. 11-103 Nov. 1
A CHEAP FARM-100 acres, four miles
from Cabool, 60 acre In cultivation, close
to school and churches, 2-room house and
barn, 6o0 bearing apple trees, (leach, pear
snd plum; price, $660. Other bargains
Just as good In Texas county, Missouri.,
. the land of the big red apple; fruit, dairy
and stock farming are the rrlncipal in
dustries and there is no healthier climate
on the face of the globe; write today
for our list of farrnp. Bouth Missouri
Exchange, Cabool, Mo.
800 ACRES, well Improved, close to Wichita
Kan., soil black, sandy loam; this Is nil
smooth, tillable land. In a high state of
cultivation; price $60 per acre. Address
Box No. 1L. Kecht. Kan. II Mti25 15
The Stewart Leavenworth Co.
619 N. Y. Life Bldg..
Cheap in Price
. Good in Value
Deeded lands near large homesteads along
line of Burlington to northwest.
DON'T MISS THE
nee or write us. i
- . n 1 1 . ,n , - . '
irm ouriina'on encureion lursiii), Wl.
16. That's a good tune.
The Stewart Leavenworth Co.
519 N. Y. IJfo Bldg.
CHAMPION fences bl.
611 S. Il h. I
U - - !
t"KI EREI John, aged J7 yeti-a.
Funeral Moodsv, October IS. at 6:Xp . nv,
from faml'y residence, iw Vinton St.. M
St Patrick's cliunh. Interment Holy
WANTED TO BUY
SECOND-HAND clothes. Tel. Red 6Wt.
WANTED TO BUT. SECOND-HAND
furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing and
shoes; psy the best ptlces. Tel. Douglas
. 71. NM N ovll
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. 6 and 0
per cent loans on real eatsie; no delay.
MONEY TO IAAN-Payne InvstmenT Co.
WANTED Cliy loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Bmlth A Co.,' 1320 Farnam St.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Beads. Paxton Block.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1520 Doug.
81.000.000 TO LOAN on business snd resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brrnnan, R. 1. N. Y.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters Co.
City ft farm loans. O. F. Carson Co.. N.Y.L.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomss, 606 First National Bank Rldg.
IF Y'OV do not And what you want ln this
column, put an ad in and you will soon
get It. Z 982
Tha Union Pacific Railroad Co. Is sell
ing land In Western Nebraska, Cslo-I
raao ana Wyoming mi
$3 to $5 an Acre
It -would be hard to find a ssfer I11-I
vestment. Buy now the opportunity I
will soon be gone. Fr Information!
regarding landa and excursion rates I
LAND AGENCY I). P. R. R.
Dept. B. 818 8. Uth Street.
Office. Fort Des Moines. Iowa, October 16,
1906. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be
received here until 2 p. m., standard time,
Wednesday, November 14, 1WW, for con
struction of 1 crematory building and gar
hxtre crematory (complete); 1 veterinary
ntiihlc. Including plumbing., steam heating
and electric wiring; 1 shelter for mounted
guard. Including plumbing; 1 addition to
and alterations In subsistence store house.
Including, plumbing: 1 fuel room and oven
in bake house, including plumbing steam
healing, electric wiring snd machinery
equipment. Information furnished on ap
plication here. United States reserves the
right to aco.pt or reject any or all pro
posals or parts thereof. Envelope con
taining proposals should be endorsed "Pro
posals for " and sddressed W. E.
Cole. Q. M. 016-16-17-18-N11-1S
RAILWAY TIME CARD
L'MOX STATION TENTH AND MARCY
Overland IJmlted a 9:40 am
The China and Japan
'Fast Mall a 4:16 pm
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4 It lea go, Mtlwasbtt
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:55 am a 7:
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:46 am bll
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80 pm a 1;
St. Louis Local (from
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Iowa Local .
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Colo, ft Cal, Express. ..a 1:01 pm a 8
Okl. ft Texas Express.. a 4:40 pm all
Colorado Fast Mall al0:16 pm a 7
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
Chicago Ureat Western
s'. Paul ft Minneapolis. 8
bt. Paul ft Mmnoaoolla.
Chicago LI in I led
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UlRLIMUTOX BTATIU.N 1MU Mason
Denver & California.. ..a 4:10 pm
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Lincoln Fast Mail b 2 00 pni
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ltellevue ft Plaltsm'b..a V.S0 am
Bellevus ft Pac. Juno., .a 8:80 am
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, V. I ... . Hneciul ..a 1.26 Am
a j so
a 6:Ko pm
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Chicago 'iyer a s:us pm
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Kansas Clty-Bt Joe....al0;4 pm
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WEBSTER STATION ifirta ft WERITRn
Paal. Mlaneapolls ft
,.b t am b 9:11 pm
..a t:0 pm all:) am
..b 6 20 pm b 9:10 am
,.c 8:45 am c 6:50 pm
Twin City Paasenger.
Floux City Paseene-er.
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Weeping Water b 1:50 pm bl2:S0 pm j
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally !
except Saturday, c Sunday only. Dally ,
4 lose QaeallaatnB.
III recalling Incidents connected with ,
Virginia politics sswie years ago a prom- I
Inent Virginian recently related to a Wash- i
Ington man an aerount of an Investigation j
of election frauds In the lower taction of I
the s'ate. In lha course of the procied- !
logs It devtlope d that the ballots lu sii '
Important precinct had hot been sealed
after tha flnsl count, thereby being e.
posed lo fraudulent practices. The .heir.
man of the Investigating commute closely
questioned the election Judge as to why
Ihs prescribed duty of carefully securing
the ballots had been neglected.
"Could you not obtain any murllsge In
"'No, sir." '
"Could you not procure Some sealing
wax-some shoemaker's wax. If nothing
"Well. then. sir. whv didn't you go out
Into the woods and gt some resin? Do
.vou mean to tell me thai there re no
pln trees around there shedding tears at
vnur Infamous rsa.-sllty?" Washington
STRENUOUS LIFE IN WARSAW
"oldlerr, Bomh Throwers and Thieves
Keep People on the Jarap In
Waisaw women carry tiielr five ruble notes
undrnealh their stockings; the BrltlsU
consul, Captain Murray, showed me sev
enty kopetks. "t never curry mors
out with me than that," said he. A woman
changed 10 Hnglleh money st the Hotel
Bristol. an then on the way lo
the Iniio-F.iirr.ppnn tel.-graph offlca mo
men, one after the other, rushed at her.
leaving the Impression of their floury coats
upon her shoulder. Presently a friend
remarked, "Why. what have you nibbed
up against? Tour shoulder Is all white.''
The lady, who had been holding her pure
within her pocket, lifted her hand to strike
away the flour at the same moment a
quirt looking gentleman strode past her
bearing with him the purse and all the
lady's money. '
Recently a man struck a woman down
in a dark corner of Bmlelna street, threw
up her skirls snd extracted from her under
clothing twenty rubles; the Polish thieves
sre the cleverest nnd boldest In the world.
They sre not only skillful and daring, but
numerous; you sec tbem everywhere, and
the most dangerous of them are boys of
thirteen snd fourteen, who swarm like ver
min In the dark streets, who surround
you and relieve you with more facility ami
dexterity than the Artful Dodger himself
or any other pupil of the Illustrious Mr.
There were not to be found as many as
tn honest people In Sodom. There ste
about ten left In Warsaw. The rest have
ben arrested. Those honest ten would
be hard to find. They have taken awny
the brass plates from their doors, they
have clothed themselves In rsgs, and since
they have not been arrested It Is probable
they are seldom sen In the streets. Ther
Is a threefold terror here first from the
thieves, second from th soldiery and third
fro.n the bomb throwers.
, To the pesceful cltlxen there Is nothing
very dresdful in the Incidental ssnasalna
tlon of a general. ' What shatters the
nerves Is the continual apprehension of
danger. Within the first hour of my ar
rival In this city I was twice searched for
dynamite and revolvers, cursed In Rus
sian, arrested, heckled, buffeted and as
saulted. Inasmuch that I began to think
of that list of suffering St. Tsui cata
logued for the Hebrews.
' Since then I have strode along almost de
serted streets at midnight and have aeeu
the doddering usptavntks examining the
padlocks while probably the thieves were
within the p.idloi ked dwellings; but tin
nspravnlk has written In his heart the
gospel of St. Dogberry. Three sentries
stand abreast upon the narrow pavement
ao that one cannot pass without striking
against them; one's progress at night Is ac
companied by continual thrills of apprehen
sion and relief. Patrol after patol has to
be passed, and you sre -lucky If you escapa
If you are arrested your release may cost
you a ruble or a flogging,' or probably
hoth. Formerly this was the gayest of
cities: at midnight n thousand lamps lit
up the faces of a pleasure seeking crowd;
tonight at 9 It la dark and quiet. Few
people dare come out after, dark. Tet.
except for the thieves, it has seenied to
me safer. If perhaps rather more horrify
ing, at night. The soldiers who enter pri
vate residences snd restaurants to sesreh
for political offenders may be watched In
security from without; these have their
orders, and seem never to csre to stsy
to arirst curious pedestrians.
The bombs are mostly thrown In the
daytime. The tremendous dust raised sl
lows the thrower to escape easily, and
often fen minutes elapse before the sol
diers awake from tin Ir astonishment; thru
the passerby hss a hot time. All slonr
the wsils of the chief streets of Wsrsaw
It needs no Sherlock Holmes to detect the
shot marks. Volley 'after volley Is fired
In all directions from the scene of the
bomb explosion. A friend of mine ran so
hard on one of these occasions that he
rushed Into a lake and was nearly
drowned. Many have died of new nervous
Here, now. Is an occurrence trlvlnl
enough, but quite ncrve-shattertng ln lis
character. An officer of police, guarded by
two soldiers, was walking along a crowded
pavement. Suddenly from a third-story
window a chest of drawers, laden with
bricks and stones, was levered out, and
fell with a fearful crash, killing a beggnr
child and smashing the leg of tha officer.
The terrorist who achieved the deed prob
ably escsped. for the room was found to
be untentated, but whether he was caught
or not the knowledge of the possibility
of such a thunderbolt Is a continual father
of gray hair.
The perils of the streets sre certslnly
increasing, and even the drosky drivers
run you down In the most cheerful way
lit the world. There is no one lo protect
society when an eruption such ns the
Biedlce nisssai re lakes place here. I ven
ture to predict it will be unparalleled In
Poliah history, and the soldiery will not
get off unacratobed. The wildest of the
terrorists are here, the most brilliant of
the thieves, the cleverest of the Jews.
The Polish national movement Is fierce,
snd bombs are as (Plentiful ss candles,
though more frequently hidden under
bushels. Let the world watch. To pacify
Poland they must make a desert of it.
One of the ranlb.
"Are you the editor that takes in society
news?" inquired the eeller. an undersise.l
man. with a tired and timid appealing lo..k
on his face.
"Yes, air," replied 'he young man at t l.e
dsk. "I can take In any kind of n'ws.
What luve you?"
Why. it s this way." said the taller, low
ering his voice, -jfy wife gave a eiii-ill
party last lilghl, snd 1 am willing to pay to
have this report of the affair jut in tne
"Ws don't charge anything for publish
ing society nea s." observed the ;oing mas
at the desk, liking the proffered manuscript
and looking It over.
"That's all right," was the reply. "You
don't underitsnri. . I wrote this up ni.v.e!f,
and I put In a line or two that says. 'Mr.
Jialfstlck.axsieted his rlletlngulxhed wile In
receiving the guests.' Thsl's the wav I
went It to go ii. snd 1 dou l rare If It
costs a dollur a word. I want my filrnds
to know, by George, ihot I t!!l belong tc
the family." Harrer's Weekly. t
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