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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20,
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Rates 1 $-ie a word ret Inserttnsu
' 1 a ward thereafter. Xetklna- takes
i r lea than 20c for tha flrat laaer.
i on. The al vertlsenieate nut he
tltrrtlicri, ly requesting a nam
m real rbtrk, kit answers ad
I'reseert Is a nonbrrril letter In car
t The Bee. Anmrn so addressed
III bo delivered on preaeatatloa of
THE FALL, TERM
BOILtfj BUSINESS COLLEGE?
19 NOW OPEN.
DAY AND NICiHT.
Students are admitted any day.
w Catalogue Free. Tel. Douglas 138.
Address H. 1J. Boyles, President.
J lis Builulng. Omaha, Nab.
W1IKRU TRUNKS ARE MADE,
unks. nun cases and shopping bags. Old
trunks In exchange. Repairing.
fRk-I.lVIJ A HTEINLE.
.. I X. 16th St. Phone Douglas 49S3.
r m octa
i : AS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
.VHOLESALE AND RETAIL
13 S. 16th St.
Tel. Douglas 681.
O naha Safe and Iron Works make a spe-
clalty of fire eaca pea. shutters, doois and
yefes. J. Andrecn, Prop., !02 8. 10th St.
. :i.N PAINTIXU-S. II- Cole, 1302 Douglas.
' HY Kelly's Towel Supply. Tel. Dong. 11539.
rtVA Sanitary Cleaning C o.. 1"19 Farnam.
, EFLIN T-ocksmlth, moved upstairs; en
. :rnrt, 1324 Farnain. Tel. Doug, 74.
!)o Yiu Wish to Make a Change
. r you have a farm, home, business or
property tliut you want to aell or ex
Chans'", write ub.
i.LOUli LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha . Neb., or Bloux City, la.
OR SALE. CASH Hotel furniture and
UAlUIFHi Willi IU1 lj lUUUIti UiNllk
business; three yrara' lease; In town of
8,000; southeastern Nebraska; only $1.25
lay house In the town; good proposition.
Address T 61, care Omaha Bee.
:.o charge for treatment at Creighton
".vanfojl Patients, at-' Dental college.
Treatment free. Y M541 Novll
'OR SALE Doctor's residence and office
for price of property; want to retire. Ad
dress T $7. care Bee. Y M609 23x
OR SALE Good meat market. In the beat
town In Nebraska, for $2,tX0; cahh sales
W.OiO a month. Reason, aickncsa. Ad
dress V. J. Pahl, Grand Island, Neb.
l'OR SALE Hotel doing ood business In
one "I me iwvi iKjnimM lunur in oii.u-
wstern Iowa. Population 9,000. Fine
' proposition. Address Box SIB, Platts
inouth, Neb. Y
1'OU BALE Exclusive Job office (incor
porated), $4,0u0 local commercial work
annually. Easily doubled. Price, $3,000.
F. W. Lewis, Clarlnda, -la.
. , Y-M920 21x
WANTED A registered Bohemian phar
macist with $7u to $1,000 to take part
nership in drug store with physician;
good business. Answer quick. Address
T til. Bee. Y-M916 2U
JF YOU want to make money, or are
seeking information regarding Nevada
mining stocks, write ua for our market
irtici. pciil lice un intur.Li g nu , -
Elliott ft Camp, bankers and broker.
Goldneld. Nev. Y-128 20x
;X)R SALE ('lean stock of boots, shoes,
rubbers, hosiery, gloves, mitts, suspend
ers, garters, etc., and shoemakers' out
fit. William Marshall, Weeping Water,
Neb. Y-121 20
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
TWO Besley letter cabinets In r.ooa condi
tion, made of walnut aud have twj
drawers each. Call at Bee business of
fice and get a bargain. y Hix
FOR 8ALE Furniture of a 6-room cot
tage. Kit No. 24th. Q MM 21x
SODA FOUNTAIN, any slse. 1M3 Farnam.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.. best mixed
paint. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
Omaha. y 796
II ALL' 8 safes, new. 2d-hand. 1818 Farnam.
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the world in
cheap bar llxturea; easy payments.
ltruuwickBalke-Collenlcr. 407 8. linn
St. Q 796
FOR BALE A grocery store and meat
market, will lie sold at actual invoice;
good lo-'otion lor ngnt man; good reason
fur selling. Address I' 3, Bee.
FOR SALE School warrants. Omaha
School Supply Co.. lf,.'l Howard St. .
WRITE for our market leiter. Sent fie-)
upor. request. Complete reum of Ne
vudrf mining operations. Patrick Elliott
Camp, Bankers and Broker. Uoldlield,
Nevada. Y DS3 19x
SEND us your mail orders for drugj;
freight paid on $10 lots. Myera-Dilwn
Drug Co., Omaha. Q 6j1
SQt'AKE piano for sale cheap. Call Keu
- Stwl or 252,' No. lath St. Q 2:6 X
MILK cows, easy term. Ud ami C :.t. .
CV UNREDEEMED ovcicoala, 41& u. ...n
FOP. SALE This week only, the most
butitLl lurnhed lu.cic ever orTcred at
private sale, must positively be sold at
any price, everything tile ve.y best; used
only a llttl while without a aci-atcl. or
war: nmliog.ii: parlor aurt. Uatliet coucli
'Oliatrs and lockers, mahogany dresser
nd chlnonieiH, dreser uuii chiffoincrs lit
'.. Quarter saned o,k, brata bed hair mat-
iess:a. box springs. quHi'ict sawed dining
. suit, inlaid nuiliogny und khiaWoch.'
' center table, In (Uet everything pteiaiiiing
"'Jo a complete nnd comfortablu home ot
, the hirhtst nuallty: aold separate this is
a. chanc of a liietime Don't miss it. I2JJ
l'urke Wild Avv. take Harney car.
FINE Upright chickeriiiK piano party leav
ing city, no ituvonablc offer refused 415
J.2!d : y-H7 22x
WANTED Salesman to Introduce and
sell the Uullup Fruit Gatherer. Large
vaoney to liumlcrs. Ciallup Mfg. Co,
'.llwitu ! Patterson Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
J4EW aleeve protector for office and house
; work: sampiea free this week; other
.iioveltiea. lidiea Supply Co., 3263 Prairie
Ave., O.. Chicago. J M635 Novl2x
A IA R Y and commission will be paid to
an old line Mfe man of experience. Ad
dress Pox llf'j. Lincoln, Neb.
t J 773 Novlj
A.GENTS Wanted In Iowa to sell placket
faatei.ing device: easy seller; territory
aaigmd will ut rovaltv. hVcurity
'I'lacket Co.. loi; V. 17th St.", Oniulia.
mi ed Salesmen
SALESMEN, to place our Patent Adjusta
ble i; niliirllas. ttiih 1" .' cigars, for
9173. Salesmen sell ten and more a day.
For full particulars uddrets Clown Cigar
Co.. Milwaukee. Wis. L M9 2J
WANTED A salesman lu travel in eastern
Neb. and w. Hern Iowa on commission or
all as a vide line to.- washing niaehinea.
i-huriis and kitchen cabinet. Addreao
'ilia Easy Washing Machine Co.. jit.
alary.. uhi4 . . L-M9M U
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED-Flve boys; good wages; perma
nent Job. A. D. T. Co.. 2U a Uth Bt.
DPCQ STORKS bought and sold; drug
clerks wanted. F. V. Knlest, iii N. T. I
CIVIL SERVICE Want young men to pro
pare. See Underhlll. 3JJ0 N. 34th.
WANTED. BOUND YOUNO MEN. IS to
to prepare for firemen and brakemen on
new roads and for fall ru.'h; experience
unneceaar': firemen lin". prorcfted to
engineers $2'; brakemen t'5. promoted to
conduotora $101; positions now open. Na
tional Training association, X Paxton
Blk.. Omaha. Neb. B M128 NoJ
11 CSTLER3 out of employment can do wnll
to tall on ua; pay weekly. C. F. Adama
Co.. 1811 Howard. B-M1M NovJ
Stenographer and bookkeeper,- tM.
Apply at onre.
WESTERN REF. BOND ASS N. (INC.).
Dept. B. 840 N. Y. Life Bhlg.
B 995 19
Toothache? Free treatment at Creighton
Crown or brldgn work. No charge -at
Creighton Dental college except for ma
terial. B I54J Novll
WANTED An experienced traveling sales
man who has an established trade in the
liquor line In the state of Nebraska; good
alary paid for a competent, energetic
mun. Samuel Westhelmor a; Bon W. U
Co.. St. Joseph, Mo. B-M6T7 23
WANTED Two bovs tot the soda fountain.
Beaton Drug Co., 16th and rrna,n3fjjj
CITY agent and manager for Endowment
Health and Accident Co. Mllsn D. II
son, Oen. Delivery. Omfaha. D-M900 "I
First class bookkeeper. $80.
First class bookkeeper, 170.
3 stenographers end clerks. $X, ISO.
Retail clerk, young man, II.
Call or write at once.
WESTERN REF. . BOND ASS N. (INC.).
40 N. Y. Life Bldg.
B 996 19
WANTED Solicitors for the best selling
household articles on the market: liberal
commission allowed and good earnings
guarantred rustlers. Applicants inter
viewed from 1 to 2 p. m. at room 31. 1. S.
National Bank Bldg. B-9M 21x
WANTED To register with our
employment department com
petent stenographers and ma
chine operators. Have several
good permanent and tempo
rary positions open. Come In
and register at once.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO.,
17th and Farnam Sts.
B 112 22
MANAGER of Jewelry department, $2.nr.O
per annum: experienced dres goods sales
man. $1R per week : bookkeeper. Il per
month: four stenographers and bookkeep
ers. $40 to $o.
WESTERN REF. ft BOND ASS'N (Inc.).
840-1-2 N. Y. Ufe Bldg.
B 137 20
WANTED A steady, reliable man to do
plumbing, tinning and stieet Iron work;
good wages and steady Job. Address
Zunlnt & Faretto, Lovelocks, Nev.
B M917 23
WANTED A first class, sober and steady
bread and cake baker at once, $12 per
week, day work. Address J. .Renner,
P. O. Box 238, Rockwell City, In.
WANTED Experienced second hand
candy helpers, on hard goods. Balduff
Pure Candy Co.. 1114 Farnam.
B M973 20 I
WANTED Chicken pickers: plenty of
work; hens and sprlngB, 2c. Apply Swtth & I
Company. 217 8. Union St., Ortumwa, la. I
WANTED Jeweler; young man preferred. ;
Address Lon Smith, Stuart, la. !
H My'3- 20
WANTED Lumberman, one who is fast
and accurate In tallying; also two boys;
On aha Box Co., East Omaha. B 345
Experienced cigar salesman, one who has
established trade. $1,500 and $200 month ex
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS'N. (INC.).
840 N. Y. Life Bldg.
. B-997 19
WANTED By a large establishment, mes
senger boys. State age, experience and
salary expected. 47, Care Bee.
WANTED For large general store, man
with experience with country trade. A
married man. Danish or Norwegian pre
ferred. Btlte experience. Address I" 6,
Care Omaha Bee. B M991 20
WANTED At once. 10 young msn, 15 to
20 years. See Mr. T.lnderman. Men's
Clothing Department. The Bennett Com
pany. B-MSS8 21
WANTED At once, twenty boys and girls
to be employed regularly. Must be over
18. Bee Mr. Harvey, Main Floor. The
Bennett Company. B M97 21
WANTED Rov. IB or 16 vears. to learn
machinist's trade. M. E. Smith Co., I
11th and Douglas St. B 107
WANTED A tailor to help In bushellng
department Bnturdav afternoon and even
ings. Guarantee Clothing Co.. 1I19 and
1521 Douglas St. B-106 19x
WANTED 2 good coat makers; also pants
maker; steady Jobs. J. A. Goigh, At
lantic, la. B- luu 2x
WANTED Engineer to run Corliss engine
and make planing mill rrnalrs with h
msn. Lincoln Sash and Door Co.. Lincoln,
Neb. B-Ml; 22
HUSTLERS winted everywhere, $25 to
$30 made weekly, distributing circulars,
packages, overseeing outdoor advertising.
Experience not needed. New plan. No
canvassing. Address. Merchants Out
Door Advertising Co., 79 Dearborn St.,
Chicago. B M127 Six
WANTED Men to leant barber trade.
Splendid time to begin. Few n-eks com
pletes. Top wages paid. Positions wait
ing. Best trade in the world for poor
man. Uttle capital starts' business, in
veetigtte. Moler Barber College. I U6 Far
nam St. B-M124 26x
BOOKKEEPER experienced In grain busi
ness. $!4 to $li)n. Apnl at once or Surt-
dr I" ween 8 a-?d 11 n. m.
WESTERN- nv.V & BOND ASS'N (Inc.
H40-1-2 N. Y. l ife Bldg.
WANTED Boys. 15 to 20 vears old. Rex,
s9 s. loth. r.-Miao y&
WANTED, for the U. 8 marine corps. mn
between ages '.i and 35: an opoortunltv
to sen the world For full Information
see poster In nostofflce of any county e;it
In Nebraska for the address of recruiting
officer thereon. B M129 11-
WANTED FEMALE HELP
i WANTED Fifty girls to work in candy
factory; good chance to earr money to
! ' buy your Christmas preaents with. The
; VoegelM ft Dinning Co., 1316 Jones St.
i C M7W
FIFTY strong girls for turning bags; girls
I 15 or 16 years old for clipping threads.
Betnis Omaha Bag Co. C MU4
EXPERIENCED chocolate dippers wanted
I at once. D. i. O Brien Co., 1202 Howard.
GIRLS WANTED. Loomls Co., 116 Farntm
Bt. C-Ms .
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework, small family. Mra. H. M.
McClanahau, 1318 N. 40il St. Tel. Har
tley 1402. C 493
WANTED Good girl for general hou e
work. Mra H. G. Petlcolos, S519 Haw
thorne Ave., I! ins park. C-e7t 2!x
. WANTED Tu register with our
employment department com
petent stenographers and ma
chine operators. Have several
good permanent and tempo-
I . rary positions open. Come lit
j and register at once.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO.,
17tli and Farnam Sts. '
WANTED A few young girls as auditors,
for copying sales checks, in dry good
store. Only those quick at figures and
taptd In addition need apply. Addres
T-67. Bee. C 1 .
WANTED Experienced chocolate dlpperf.
Balduft Pure Candy Co., 1114 Farnain.
A CLERK OR A SALESMAN? :::::: A GARDENER OR A COACHMAN?
PUT A WANT AD IN
WANTED FEMALE HELP
W A NTt'.D A younK lady of good ap
pearance and address for cashier nnd
pinple entry bookkeeper, also must be a
typewriter; reference.-, delrd. Position
Is In u sior, town of 1o,io. In Nebraska.
Salary, $n per month; $j0 later on. Ad
dress !" f. Hec. C MW2 3x
WANTED Young girl about IS, to assist
ith housework in onaitnient, small fam
ily. Oo home nlslit. Mrs. !!
Ptrother. The Barnard. C M?S9 21 x
SEVERAL young women can scmr- f.l.ice
to study for profession of trained nurse,
by applying to Superintendent Nurses,
County hospital, tor npplicut Ion blanks.
Applicants must have (rood common
school education and Vie of good moral
character. C 111 21
WANTED food coat and skirt hands In
alteration room. S. Fredrick Berger, 1.M7
Farnam. C 19 21
WANTED Experienced lady clothes
troner. City Steam laundry. 211 B. 11th.
C 104 20
WANTED Competent girl at once. 1024
Park Ave. . C lly 21
WANTED Woman who has experience in
demonstrating. Apply A. D. lratidnls,
between 8 and 10 a. rn. J. L. Brandcjg A
Bons. C 976 30
WANTED Sulesladles In the clonk nnd
suit department. Hayden Bros.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
PRIVATE- family will rent one room In a
modern apartment house clos-" to busi
ness center. Steam heut, electric light,
hot Hnd cold water at all times. To a
lrflned gentleman with references we
will make t pleasant and homelike. Ad
dress T-47, can- ot Bee. K 1'48 li-x
TWO nicely furnished housekeeping rooms;
$12.50 per month. .13 N. 2:;d. E 954 lix
Ft'RNISHED room for gentleman, private
family. 3Vi N. lSth St. E 9t2 21x
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunk
I PLEASANT room, modern, private fani-
ii.v. oji o. stn Ave. t, &aj
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
American or European; steam heat and
modern eonvenlcncca. U 4 7a
SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY will rent one
room In modern house, walking distance,
to desirable purty. Phono Doug. 7S:;;.
FURNISHED room In new modern house.
2306 Douglas St. E-SW
TWO couii'ctlng front rooms; steam .heat.
bath, gas, suitable for four young men.
Room No. l, 112 N. Hith St., third floor.
NEWLY furniahed rooms; new house; one
block north of Furnam car; gentlemen
only; every modern convenience; hot
water heat. 107 S. SIM Si. E 115 2fiX
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
VERY" dcftlrahle south room In strictly
modern house, within walking distance,
lady preferred; brcukfasts if desiv. d.
Phone Harney 1H7. F M134 21x
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms,
cafe. F 641
THE HOSE. 202C Harney St.; pleasant,
warm rooms; good board. F4S0 2ox
VERY desirable south room In strlctiy
u.odern house within walking distance,
lady preferred. Breakfasts if desired.
'Phone Harney 1147. F 944 1!-x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
TWO rooms lor light housekeeping. 634
S. 25t h Ave. (J k76 22
FOR hLNT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas lti25. Schmoller &
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-131:; Farnam.
HOUSES ln Pria7rtheclty7R
UUUOLO c Peters & Co.. Bee Bldg.
TTOTTXKS fn " Prts of the city. The
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt. Barker Blk.
OJTAHA Van & Storage Co., pack, move,
store H. H. goods; storehouse 1120-24 N-.
19th.1 Office, 1K1 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 15".
XTOT? VfllV Household goods, incr-i-ilWIl.tliri
chandis.-. etc., Fred Bush
Transfer Line, H.03-5 Fnvntim St.
D MjTib Nov. 10.
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van ft Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 1196. Office, 171K Web
S'T Bt. D-C51
BEE us when shipping household goods to
large clis west We can save you money
EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY CO ,214 N.
Sixteen! h St Tel. Doug. 1195. D 6",2
I FOR RENT s-room house, all modem; rut
i nace, 525 C. M. Bachmann. 430 Pnxton
I Blk. D-S22
FOR RENT A new modern 6-room house
i Globe Land and Investment Co.. Patterson
I FOR RENT Two first foor and ore seeon'
floor flat, corner 29th and nougia-i i.ione
Land and Investment Co., Patterson Bldg.
D M jIS
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO..
storage and transfer. Best uturace housa
In the city Immediate attention given.
1529-31-33 N. 16th St. Tel. Douglas-4S19.
FOR RENT- -Blx-room cottage. bath,
closett. city ifater. sewer, gas. cistern
and aood barn. 3915 N. 20th St. Rents.
$'8. Tel. Taylor 4774. D-M.'5:;
FOR RENT Flno flat, all modern: good
furnace; 8. 26th Ave. William K.
Potter receiver, 201 Brown Blk. D il
FOR rent. October I, to rtsponslble ten
ant T.rnnm house. ?fi."i7 Farnam St.: mod-
' ern except furnace: $2'i 50. Apply t '7
j N. 19th St. DM Ms
! C-ROO.M house, good repiir. modern, $18.
South 32d St. Phone Douglaa 523.
I D 872
' FOR RENT New brick store room. 19th
and Si. Mary's Ave., tmltab'e for grocery
and meat market. J. 11. Parrotte. pixton
l Blk. I-:kt j,
1 4-ROOM cottage and basement, partly
i modern. blocks south of Burlington sta
' lion, limuire 1712 S. 9th St.
1 D-lll 21
i COLONIAL residence, opposite llanscom
I nark: modern; after Nov. 1. Phone
Douglas 523. D 10
FOR BALE OR RENT Large modern
house, 12 rooms, ix skies laundry, coal,
vegetable and furnace rooms: good barn
and carnage house: permanent walks, und
driveway; paved street: near high i liool
W. H. Griffith. 2519 Chicago St.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED l,y man and wife, first class
Iwjrd end room in private family. Ad
dress T 40. Bee K-M 'll 23x
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
cents, li-0 N. tist St.
Walnut Hill car.
M-W Nov. 13
' CHATELAIN School of Lane uag.-s Day
an.t evening ciass.s. rmim. inriuiuii,
bpaulsh; leucing. Daidge Bldg.
THE BEE AND
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
CLOSE IN BAROA1N IF TAKEN AT
Owner must leave city Inside of ten days
and will make a sncrltlre price and liberal
terms on his splendid residence, which
would make a splendid rooming house,
close to pnstorrlee. ji.ooo cosh will handle
NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO..
53 Douglas Blk.. 16th and Dodge.
Phone Doug. 6;91.
RE 118 20
ON EASY TERMS
l,5'i for 1704 N. Jsth St.: 8-rooni
house, all modern except heat,
porcelain bath and open plumb
ing, good barn; convenient to
school and car line; $500 cash,
balance on easy payments; re
duced from $2,100 for quick aale;
Immediate possession; Investi
gate. GEORGE CO.. 1801 FARNAM.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
FOR QUICK SALE
$4,oG0 buys the pair of two-story 7-rooni
frame dwellings at 1310 and 1312 8. 28tn
St.; all modern except furnace; now
renting at $4Ml per annum.
$3,K0 buys S-room frame dwelling at 28"9
Poppleton Ave.; fully modern; now
vacant; was rented at $384 pr annum.
$7,0(0 for 6"9 and 611 N. 18tli St.. two 8-room
fully modern frume dwellings, with 4
room cottage in the rear; rents for $Stf.'
11.200 for !!2 Charles St.; 5-room cottage;
full lot, on corner.
W. B. M Elk" I.E.
205 Ramge Building.
1 i W !!-
8trictly mcdern. brand
new 7-room house, cloe to
Creighton college and High
school; splendid neighbor
hood; nice lawn; has perma
nent sidewalks and is only
one block from car. Owner
wanta to sell quick and will
take $3,400. Let us show It to
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor, N. Y. U Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
FINEST RESIDENCE IN THE CITY
Fur the mor.ev; 10 rooms, two stories: oak
finish, all modern, gas and electric lights,
cement basement, permanent walks,
paved street, large barn, lot 60x150, close
to car. Owner to leave the city and
price reduced from $6,500 to less than
j-i.ono. 'lerms: Half cash. If you
mean business. Let us show you the
house. O. R. Glover & Son. Sole Agents,
Room , N. Y. Life. Tel. Doug. 133.
RE 878 19
Home on Easy Payments
2237 N. 19th Si.' boulevard. A 7-room
house, modern except furnace; all newly
painted and papered; large lot, close to
school, churcl es and car lines; location
choice. Immediate possession. Prico
$2,8co. A bargain.
RE M9S6 21
If you want to buy a home or Investment
property, or if you have a place to sell,
tell me about It. If you jiave a place to
rent, I make a specialty of taking good
caro of sucn property. If you can't sea
m In the daytime call up and say when
you can come. Open for engagement day
H. R. STRINGER,
227 Neville Blk. 'Phone Douglas 7554.
HANSCOM PARK property. 8 rooms, all
modern. Including stationary laundry;
propertv partly pr-ssed brick; on pacific
St., near 3lst. owner leaving city next
Monday. If sold this week will discount
from $4,500 to $4,150.
F. D. WE AD, 1624 DOUGLAS STREET.
RE 9!2 20
TWO modern houses at the southwest cor
ner of 31st and Cass Sta., with ground on
which to build another house. Paved
street, east front, nice shade trees. Make
me an offer for one or both.
Room 1. N. V. Life Bldg.
C. G. CARLBERG, real estate and Insur
ance. 911 N. Y. Life. 'Phone Red-7497.
' BARGAIN Modern residence. In Kountz
Place; 75 feet front, large barn; hot
I water heat; cement cellar, laundry; slate
I rocf, must be sold at once. fie owner,
! 1921 Wirt St. RE M9jJ
' AM LEAVING the city and will sell my
6-room thoroughly modern house very
i cheap. It. H. Churchill, 3111 Pacific.
I P.E 907
TOWNSEND Realty Co., Fremont. Neb.,
buy, sell and exchange lands, city prop
erty and merchandlre; try us for deal.
RE M211 Nov.5
K ERR-S1 IAI.LCROSS CO "S ABSTRAl'TS
OF TITLES are the safest. You are pro
tected bv a $l".ono bond against loss by
errors. You don't buy a law suit when
you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1614 Farn int.
Tel. Doug. 54H7. RE-
FOR SALE FARMS
I NEED THE MONEY
Will siicr I lire western Nebraska holdings
9h acrea bottom land on Iotlge Pole creek.
1H miles (nini small town In Cheyenne
county. Nebraska, fine toll, water eloa to
surface, good grass and some hay. ITf';r
to sell eiHir tract, but will give separate
deen. If taken at once. $7 per acre; hiU
ash. balance easy terms.
Imi acres In North Plott bottom. liet" n
Hlg Springs and Ogalalla. Keith county.
Nebraska; all tilUbl-; 110 acres under
ditch: good crop country; surrounding
farms $20 per acre. Will sell at $14 pel
acre; half cash, balance one veal- at
per cent. Address
H Mm 21
THREE farm bargain.
I bell. Litchfield. Neb.
Write J. T. Camp-H-M916
for a safe and profitable Investment. The
Union Pacific R. II. Co. Is fast closing out
its lands ln western Nebraska. Colorado
und Wyoming at
$3 to $5 per acre Easy Terms
Thla Nnd consists of fine farm and ranch
lands. For descriptions of lands and full
Information regarding special excursions
LAND AGENCY U. P. R. R-
Dept. R. 318 So. 15st.
THREE farnt bargains. Write J. T. CamD-
bell. Litchfield. Neb. 11-103 Nov. (
WELL IMPROVED K-arre farm: tine
land Address Bog 62. R. 3. Council
Bluffs. il-MluC Ji
ONE OR ALL QUICKLY
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EASY TO GET
A loan on furniture, pianos, livestock
it other chattela, left In yur
IF YOU NEED
to pay your grocer, landlord, or uny other
bills which may be bothering you.
Our plan tho best aa w give you a writ
ten copv of the contract with a
If paid before the contract expires.
made to people steadllj employed.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO
(Established 1892 ) Tel. Doug. 2295.
U Board of Iraoa Bldg.
06 Bo. 16tb Street.
i $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
MONEY TO LEND
ON SALARIES. FURNITURE. PIANOS,
HORSES AND WAGONS.
This is your opportunity to get money
and pay those little annoying debt. Ar
range your affairs now so that when tho
cold weather comes you will only have one
company to owe.
You can repay us In small weekly or
monthly payments, best snlted to your In
come; amounts paid before due, fjil rebate
Is ALWAYS allowed.
Reliable Credit Co.
Booms 3t1-3'JS Paxton Block.
Corner l'Hrnain and Sixteenth Sts.
DR. PR1DBLXOWS MONttY
loaned on furniture, salary, planoa. horses,
etc., in auy amount; leas than half rate,
perfect privacy; li-tntediate attention; mnf
terms wanted. Payments suspended whea
slck or out of work. i4 Karbach B k.
209 South 16th St. X 441
"fiowen, 703 N. Y. LiiVBldg.,
Advances private money on chattels or
salary; easy to get, no red tape, you gi
money same day asked lor at small cusb
Open evenings till 7. X 4U
MONEY LOaTvED SALARIED Pt-OPLH
and others without security; easy pay
meats. Offices In 68 principal cities. Tol
i.in, room 714. New York Lit Bldg.
EAGLE! LOAN OFFICE; reliable accom
modating; all buMnesa confidential. .Jul
Dcdglaa. X 44
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, boraes, cows. etc. O. Reed. 414 A
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loans.
Duff Green Loan Co., room 8. Barker
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loan a
Foley Loan Co.. 1604 Farnam St. X tm
CHATTEL and salary loana Phoenix
Credit Co.. KJ3 Paxton block X 47
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. 6 and ihi
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnain Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 5
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
LOWE8T RATES Be ails, Paxton Bloct
PRIVATE MONEY 1 D. Wead, 15?o"do7
11,000.000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property ln Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y.
Life. , W-673
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters Co!
City & farm loans. O. F. Carson Co., N.Y.L.
LOANS on improved city property. W. II.
Thomas, 505 First National Hank Bldg.
TO EXCHANGE 8:0 acres 4 miles north of
Oweola, Kingsbury county, S. D. This
is a well improved body of land, nearly
all fenced and about 3u0 acres under cul
tivation. Land Ilex levtl and can all be
cultivated. Will exchange for merchan
dise, income property or live atock. For
particulars address H. C. Dunham. De
Smet, 8. D. Z-MS31 12
IF YOU do not find what you want in thi
column, put an ad in and you will soon
get it. A 98-
FOR HXCHANt.E A number of good first
mortgage loans and good lands to ex
change for groceries or a general stock
, of merchandise. Hlobe Land ft Invest
ment Co., Patterson Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
' MAN AND WIFE want position Nov. 1,
general housework or horse man and
general work. References. Addre.-s I" 11.
Bee. A M126 L1x
EXPERIENCED young lady stenographer
desires position. Address U 9, Hee.
A -Ml 25 2HX
FIRST-CLASS lady bookkeeper and stenog
rapher wants position. Address U 12,
H.e. A-M123 22x
POSITION A" saksnian on the road or
In the house, by a man 2 years' expe
rience in general merchandise. Address
U J4. Bee. A-M1J) 2lx
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room ln Bee office,
city hall building. 417 N. 26th .St.. South
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1 134
FOR RENT Large corner store room,
16th and Vinton Sts., $30. C. M. Bach
mann, 436 Paxton Blk. 1 M6il
THE two store rooms, with basements,
at 7C3-7e5 8. 16th street; IhQ per month
Inquire R. C. PETERS ft CO..
Ground Floor, Bee Bldg.
BUILDING 1006 Farnam, will be vacant
November 15; 22xliO; 3 floors and base,
ment. Apply 314 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
CHAMBERS. 2424 Farnam. now open. Adult
beginners Mondaya and Wednesday j;
children Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Juvenile advanced Saturdays and private
lessons; terms reasonable, commensurate
with advantages and benefit derived In our
school. Telephone Douglas 171 M oit
MR. AND MRS Morand's classes In danc
ing and physical culture for children are
now open. 210 South Eighteenth St. Be
ginners Wednesday. 4.15 p. m . advance
Saturday, '.'oo or 3:30 p. ni Tel Doug
laa 1141. ' 6A2 Nov. 13
JOHNSON Institute. 411 N. Y. L. Tel.
Doug. 1664. 699
DR. BOWSER, over 1500 Farnam Tel.
Dons 6.170. -M'SJM
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholeale
prices. Save on every article. Only first
class good bandied. Piornpt attention to
every order Send for catalogue. B. F.
Karul, ii Hiriison St., Chicago, III
SEWIXO maohlnes rented. Any make;
' 75c per week or $2 00 per month. Becond
I hand machtnea for sale, $." on and up.
Neb. Cycle Co., 16th and Uamejr
DR. ROY. chiropody. Doug. 6497. 15" Far.
' U 27
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT IIOMB. Mrs
I Dr. King, S018 N. Zlat St. Tel. Doug.
P L E A T I N Cl Buu'.msRurhlng.
l L,uni lltVJ Embroidering.
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink
ing; only 6c per yard. Send for price list
GOLDMAN FLEA Tl NO CO .
400 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 193i.
Tel. Doug. 264,
211 ft. 11th St.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits casloff
clothing: In fact, anything you do not
need; we coll?ct. repair and sell, at 111
N. 11th St.. for cost of collecting to th;
worthy poor. Coll 'phone Doug. 4135 and
wagon will call. U 611
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Creighton Medical college, 14th and Dav
enport Sts.; special attention paid to
confinement cases; all treatment super
vised by co't. go professors. "Phone
Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or night.
THE CITT GARBAGE CO., office 4th and
Leavenworth e.. Tel. Douglas 13S7.
SURVEYING, Bllckensderfer, 812 Bee Bldg
OHAHA Stammerers' Institute, Ramge
SYRINGES, rublier goods, by mrll: cut
prices; send for free catalogue. Myers
Dillon Drug Co.. Omaha. U 8i
WE will find good comfortable homes for
babies whose mothers cannot care for
them. See "Mother I,ee, Supt." Tlnley
Rescue Home, 403 Bancroft St.
U 700 oct26
MAnF,TTntreatment and bath. Mme.
iunuiiJllL Smith, lis N. 15. 2d floor.
MASSAfJM Swedish movement. 410 N.
mn Koom 2. 2d nior.
CHAMPION Carpet Cleaning. Doug. 655. 1C2J
Leaven wcrth. U MlMI Nova
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at XM N. 2llh
St.. Omaha, Neb. U M1V0
TRY KELLY'S Laundry.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Uood Samaritan San
itarium. 72S First Ave., Council BlufTs.
Ia. Tel. 774. U 322
DRS. VOGEL private hospital for women
and for ladies before and during confine
ment. 2319 S. 13th St.. Omaha. Neb.
FOR anything ln the sewing machine Una
go to P. E. Flodman & Co., 1514 Capitol
Ave. U-MlsS NovJ
TYPEWRITERS rented. $2.50 per month;
all makes; satisfaction guaranteed. Fox
Typewriter &. Supply Co., 1822 Farnam St.
U 369 Nova
ARCHITECT O. U Broline, 61S Bee Bldg.
A Dollar Free for You.
, This coupon will be taken as $1 payment
on a $10 purchase of shoes, hats or cloth
ing; balance paid as you earn 1L
HOME I'KBDIT CLOTHING COMPANY,
1520 Dodge St., Cor. 16th,
PENNELL Millinery Co.. 322 North" 16th
Bt. U M258 Jans
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no
detention from business. Call or write
for booklet, etc. QUICK CURE RUP
TURE CO.. 5U Woodmen of Woild Bldg.,
Omaha. U (94
Creighton Dental college. Patients free.
Free treatment at Creighton Dental col
lege. U M540 Novll
IF LUCKY you get your picture enlarged
to life size In genuine crayon free In our
drawing contest, every da, 10 a. in. t
C p. m., guaranteed worth $5. Wallace
Bristol ft Co., Artists, 620 N. ICth St.
U M570 NovlO
C. J. PALMQUIST-Ctistom shoe maker.
4124 Hamilton St., and lu7 S. 15th St.
U-M5o5 Nov. 10
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax
ton's salve. B. J. Scanncll, agent, 6 9 Wato
Blk. U M89i Novlj
CHRISTENSON, carpet cleanTng! TeL
Doug. 1659. U 874 Nov. 14.
CARRIAGE CALLERS, with numbers, fur
nished for all private and public occa
sions. Myers, 1715 Juckson.
THE ACORN Press.
Tel. Doug. :t7p:,
1610 Howard St.
U M999 NovlS
HAIySTED Show cards and sniHll signs.
51 Douglas Blk. Tel. Doug. 3mj6.
THE SKIN Is beautified, perfumed, pro
tected, preserved by Satin skin powder.
2 5c. U
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray'a Nerve
Fend Pllla" $1 box, postpaid. Sherman ft
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 665
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseases,
weaknesses, discharges. Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Wlthne.i
block. 15th and Harney, Room 2. Omaha.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY. SECOND-HAND
furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing and
shoes; pay the best prices. Tel. Douglas
S971. N-644 Novll
WANTED To buy a i-ottage or small
two-story house without lot. D. 'an
Court, 1020 N. 16th. X-95i 23
WANTED A thoroughbred Jeisey cow,
fresh. Apply A. D. Brandeis, at Rianilela
new store. N 947 19
WANTED A second-hand Corliss engine,
loit H. P. Send name of engine. s;ze,
weight, shop number, length of time In
use and price f. O. b. cars. Address T 66,
Care Hee. -N99 19
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND In front of Bee building, high
school class pin. Owner can have same
by Identifying it and paying for this adv.
Call at Bee office. Found-B974 1!'X
LOST Gold pin (Ivy clubi. Return to 1321
Farnam St. Reward. H. M. Rogers.
LOST Or stolen, white English bull ter
rier, clipped ears and tall, brass studded
collar, no tag. Reward. If found, notify
E. Summers, cigar stand, Merchants ho
tel. LostM123 22x
LYNGSTAD High Grade 18-07 Calendars,
, S. E. corner 16 in . and
& JOKE Capitol Ave. t?
COMPLETE line of 1907 calendars. Snell
Printing Co., 3.0 S. 12th St. -157 Nov
JOB prluting and binding. Springer Print
ing Co.. 2 No. 17th. Tel. Doug. 2071.
Mjo Nov. 10
CENTRAL PRINTING CO.; fine Job work;
typewritten letters. 110 S. 17th St., 1
blocks north Bee Bldg. M644 NovU
MADAME WOODRUFF Robea. ?uite J12-14-lr-16
Neville Blk. Tel. Djuglas M12.
DRESSMAKING In family or home.
Miss Sturdy. MOi Davenport. Phone .lar-
The leading palmist of Onaha.
Revelations of past and future uesrribad.
Parlors, 113 S. 16tli St., Opp. Bostor Stor.
MUELLER Mrs. Otto. It Is with grea
HESS ft SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam. "
sorrow to announce tne neatn in tnv p
loved wife at Ixis Angeles. Cul.. WedsT
day evening, aged 2S years.
Funeral will be held Punrtty afternl
at a n clocK trom tne r-n.irnrr ni
Frits Muller. 1715 South Sixteenth streJ
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnain. Tel j
Doug. 1251 69
Great Western Granite Co. louglaa - "1
P. J. LARSON & CO. patent lawyers;
patent book free. Bee Bldg.. Omaha, N-h
8HARPE MACHINE WORKS Pa tTrl
procured. Inventions deviiopcd, drawing-.,
!HU,-I II!., IBUIIIIt, IIIUl IHIIU V.UIH.
PATENTS procured nnd pold. 1 fee. Nat'l.
Investment Co., Douglas Ulk., IKth and
Dodge. M 413 Nov
CHAMPION fences best. U 8. 16th.
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
6c per foot. 205 N. 17th St. Tel. Red-1 1.
8T5--Nov. 1 1
HP-M1 WAGONS FOR SALE
RUBBER-TIRED LANDAU, cheap. Myers,
1713 Jackson. P M9M 21x
FIVE-YEAR-OLD surrey horse, sound and
gentle. Myers, 1715 Jackson.
P- M967 '-'1 X
WETMORE detective service. 'Phone Red
7411. Rooms 13 and 14 Union Blk., 15th
and Farnain. M 9'.!N1 6
$4.V TAKES my Qui-i n t o-cyllniler tour
. ing car: 11rst-clas condition: must sell
at once. Write to Arthur Knuckev. llamp
jonln. Mi "..". ::w
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
J. M. Maefarland. 809 N. Y. L. Bldg. TeL
T. -i Vnvll
chenp lands are getting scarce
every day. Yo ulcnow better than
anyone the value of land as an In
vestment. The Union Pacific B.
R. Co., is selling tine tarm and
ranch lands in Kansas. Western
Neb. Colorado and W yoming at
3 TO ! PFH CKE.
For information regarding lands
and excursion rates apply
i,Axn aexcv r. p. r. it.
Dept. B. 3D S. 15th Street.
riNAL NOTICE. 11
trt .ourt tf Douglas County, J
TRACT NO. 6463. i iliC
if Nebranka. plaintiff, va. the L
In the Dlstrlci
Th State of Nebraska, plnl
several parcels of land hereinafter de
scribed and ail persons and corporations
having or claiming title to or any Interest,
right or claim In or to such parcels of real
estate or any part thereof, defendants.
To Edwin 8. Marston. the New England
Loan and Trust company and Otto T. Flan
nard and to the occuiwinta of the real es
tate described below, whose names are un
known, if any there are:'
Notice io hereby given that under a de
cree of tho district court of said county
rendered In the stuU tax suit for the year
1901 the following described real estate, sit
uate in the county of Douglas and state of
Nebraska, towit: Lot four (4), in block
three (3), In Brlggs Place, nn addition 1
the city of Omaha, was. on the 6th day of
February, I'M, duly sold at public vendue
by the county treasurer of sld county in
the manner provided by law, and tho period
of redemption from such sab will cxpip
on tho tith day of February. l7. Y'ou are
further notilied that the owner of the cer
tificate of tax sale issued by the treasurer
will rnuke application to the court lu the
above entitled cause for conllrmatlon of
such sale as soon as practicable after the
period of redemption lias explied, and you
Bre hereby notilied that the time and place
of the hearing upon Mich continuation w.ll.
be entered in the conllrinitlon record k"pr
by the clerk of slid court on or before tin
tith day of February, 19(7. You will ex
amine said conllrmatlon record to ascer
tain the time of such hearing and may be
present. If you desire, to make ans" objec
tions or show cause why the sale should
not be ccnflrmed.
ELEAZAR WAKELEY. Trustee,
Owner and Holder of the Certificate of
the Aforesaid Sale. O20-27-NJ.
In the District Court of Douglas County,
TRACT NO. 6154.
The Stale of Nebraska, plaintiff .' vs. the
several parcels of land hereinafter de
scribed ati.l all persons and corporations
having or claiming title to or any IntereM,
right or claim In or In such parcels of real
i state or any part thercol. defendants.
To Edwin S. Marston. the New England
Ioan and Trust company and Otto T.
Ilannard, and to the occupants of the real
estate drscrihed below, whose names are
unknown, if any there are:
Notice Is hereby given that tinder a de
cree of the district court of said county
rendered in ihe state tax suit for the year
19d4 the following described real estate, elt
us'e ln the county of Douglas and suite of
Nebraska, towit: Lot live tot. In block
three t3i. In Brlggs Place, an addition to
Ihe city of Omaha, was. on the 6th day of
February, 1X, duly sold at public vendue
by the county treasurer of mid county In
the manner provided by law. and the period
of redemption from nich sale will, expire
on the th day of February. !)". You are
further notified that Die owner of tin- cer
tlllcate of tax sh!,- insucd by the treasurer
will make application to the court ln the
above entitled rause for ccntlrniation of
such sale as soon as practicable after the
period of redemption lias expired, and you
aie hereby notilied that the time and place
of the hearing upon such confirmation will
be entered In the c flrmutlon record kept
by the clerk of said court on or before the
6th day of February, 1)7. You will ex
amine said confirmation record to asoertatn
tho time of such bearing and may be pres
ent. if you desire, to n in lie ny objections
or show cause why the sale should not be
ELEAZAR WAKELEY. Trustee. I
r end Holder of tho f ertillcatc of ta
iresaid Sale. 02't-27-NS. d
WORK ON CHAPEL IS PUT OFF
Operations for Coaelraelloa of Nash
Memorial at Cathedral
I The Nash Memorial chapel at the Cath
J olic cathedral at Fortieth and Burt streets
will not be built until spring, and in all
probability work will not be resumed on
I the cathedal until that time. Bids writ
J taken nn the chapel and a certain portlm,
j of the ratliedrol. but now it is given ou;
lhat the contract Is not to be let on the,
bids. The church people any they cannot
build any nior tin t il the i Imp. I is erected
and Mrs. Nash d'x-s not wish to creel tie
chapel until the church Is ready to com
plete the . titer structure, as she say
there will be r.a use, for th chaptl iniil
the cathedral Is completed. It was In
tended to bring the lath'dlal til a certul.i
height this fall, but by tho arrangement
with Mrs. Nash It will be ni ressary t-i
wait until working plans are entirely
ished by the architect.
If yon have anything to trade advertise
It in the For Exchange toluinn of Tea
Bee Want Adrage,
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