Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 23, 1906, Page 8, Image 8
I 9 THE OMATTA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2.1, 1006. SPECIAL NOTICES , , trill be (lira natll 13 a, far the ririluK edition and ttl ft. m. for the wtaralwsr and Snnda'" adltl. Rates 1 l-2 a ward ILrat ltrtlo, I a word thereafter. Nethlwc taken - for ! than 20o far tha flrst laser tlen. . These advertisements ha ran oanaeeatlvely. Advertisers, by reejneatlT a wnra ! hered check, ra hare aaawera ' rireaeed ta a aambered letter la ear af Tha Ree. Aaawera aa addreaaed will ha delivered oa presentation af elueek. MISCELLANEOUS TUB FALL. TERM BOYLKH BUSINESS COL.LKOB 13 NOW OPEN. DAT AND NIGHT. Student sre admitted any day. New Catalogue Free. Tel. Dougla 184. Ad-Ire H. B. Boyle, President. EoyUs Building. OmaiiJSieb. WHERE TRUNKS ARB MADE. Trunk, ami esses and shopping bag. Ola trunks In exchange. Repairing. FREL1.NG BTEINLE, 410 N. 16th St. Phone Douglas I. 1 , R m Octa I OAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BURGESS-GRANDEN CO., 313 S. 16th St. Tel. Douglas 61. I Omaha Baf and Iron Works make a spe ' cislty of fire escapes, shutters, door and ! safe. U. Andreen, Prop.. 102 8. loth St. j SIGN PAINTING-8. H. jCol. 1 I)u,'a,' ; TRT Kelly' Towel Bupply. Tel. Doug. 8630. ;IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co.. 1019 Farnam. ! 21 EFLIN l.ockamlth. moved upstairs; en trance. 1324 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 2974. R fif BUSINESS CHANCES Do You Wish to Make a Change If you have a farm, home, business or property that you want to sell or ex change, write us. GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.. , Omaha Neb... or Bloux 451 tj-' m ' FOR SALE, CASH Hotel . furniture and No charge for treatment at Crelghton Dental college. Wanted Patients, at Cental college. Treatment free. Y 11541 Novll FOR BALK Doctor's residence and offlce for price of property; want to retire. Ad dress T 37, cara Bee. Y M"0 23x FOR BALE Tea, coffee and grocery busi ness; coffee roasting plant In connection: located In southern Missouri. In city of 35,000; old established business. Morris Adams Coffea Co., Springfield, Mo. Y M262 24X MINKS and mining and Industrial stocks bought and sold. Robt. C. Druesdow, block Broker. 8u8 N. Y. Life Bldg. Y MS96 Nl MUST sacrlllce good paving business for l-m than half; Invoice $800. Address U 83, cara Bee. Y-6 X WRITE for our market letter; sent free upon request; complete resume of Ne vada mining operations. Patrick. El llott ft Camp, bankers and brokers, Ueldtield. Nev. Y 880 23x FOR SALE, At a bargain, good stock of drv goods and millinery, with well-established u-ade. In good county scat town. For particulars, address Sewsrd Dry Ooods and Millinery Co., Seward. Neb. Y M402 N3x A PROGRESSIVE saloon keeper respects the stupidity ot some customers wneu nprMiurv and in time If he Is wise Will realise the necessity of Cel-Pep-Ko nerve bracer for-hie patron, , n. - i FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS TWO Besley letter cabinets In cood condi tion, made of walnut and have twu drawers eacn. call at jsee Business Ul rica and get a bargain. Q 441x ' WHAT IS LEFT- f my teaullful furnished borne must be sold at a aacrillce, so any one desiring i noire high grade furniture, call at once at 1231 Park Wilde Ave.; goods can be sunt till 9 p. m. dally until sold. j M226 17 FOR BALE New and second-hand billiard and pool tables; wa lead tha world In cheap bar fixtures; easy payments. HruiatwlckvB-Jka-CoUendcr, 401 S. 101b St. ' FOR BALE School warrants. Omaha School Bupply Co., 1621 Howard cv.vii in vnur tnatl orders for drugs freight paid on $10 lots. Myrs-Dlikn Drug CO., umaoa. o fcQI'AKB plsno for sale cheap. Call Red S8U or :u? no. loin - tj - a MILK cows, easy terms, 4Dd and Center. Q MiJ ONE very One Moquette carpet for front room and one flue valvei carpet. lS Nicholas Bt. W - FOR BALE Two second-hand boilers, 44x MO, wltn aims; :n goon conanion. Paxton 4 Vierllng Irwm Works, V. P. Ry. 8. 17th Bl. W-M30S H 100 UNKEDalEMKD overcoats. 41S No. 16th tivn iinrlirht ,'hfpVerinr mi. mi Tim rtv 1. 1, v I tig city, no reasonable offer refused. 41a N. aid. - W in iEX BODA FOUNTAIN, any sue. Ul! Farnsm, 6 HERWIN-WILLI AMB CO., best mixed paint. Sherman i McCounell Drug Co., Omana. w io HALL'S sites, new, M-uaud. Ull Farnani. Vi WANTED AGENTS NEW sleeve protector for office and bouse urk; samples free this week; oiher novelties, ladles Supply Co., iJM Prairie Ave., O., CiitcaKO. j Muio MovlJx SALARY and cummlKSlnu will be paid to an olU line tue nun oi expedience. Ad diesa Lox ll'JO, Lluculu. Neb. J-771 NovU AUKNTH WANTED 1 will slart any hou it man or woman In a business that will pay them from $100 to $Su0 per r.iontn. j rurnisn tne capital; you simply put' your work agulnst my capi tal. If nu don't have plenty of spurs change (o tingle in your pocket, wear good clothes and start a bank account in throe months, its your own fault. Charles W. Reiser, 6oW Went. Ave., K i) ale wood, III. J Sii 23x VMNTED SALESMEN WANTED Eight experienced novelty salesmen for 1!WT to haudle, under con tract, our exclusive 1'"" of adverllitiig ull niep liaiiKera, po. Wei inspN. art and buMineas calendaiK. The be.tl wlilns llus out; llheral cotitiiiliona, excliiHlve terri tory, tine samples; stale experience, send references, or don't write. Kenou Print ing Co.. Dea Moin-s. la. I-M:7i 23 t A NTED hixiwwienced saJoman ,'or fur niture trade, Jauuary 1st; give reierenoes, exsertence, etc. Address L' 17, Uee. Lr-M2sl 27x WANTED -Hustling salesman, traveling this locality, to sell snaiitrleJ war.-; tinware, apeiltUles, asaoi linents. etc., aa aid line, inol llbernl comniiaaloii; It-ad unri save aiutnps. dispell Mr- aniils cuitipmiy, lot K. Mertitlou St., In dianapolis, luU L 3 ik 23 DETECTIVE SERVICE . i:TM04;K dec. ins seri-e. "Phone Rel 141 (i.K-'ti!. j ui n Lulya Hlk . hi li ai.4 Ifmuuk-. - ilJI Nit WANTED T.'ALE HELP WANTEI-To register with our employment department com pei.nt stenogrsphers snd mi chine operator. Have seversl good permanent snd tempo rary positions open. Come; In and reclfter at once. SMITH PR EM I FIR TYPE WHITER CO., 17th and Farnam 8t3.' B-112 22 WANTED A steady, rellnbla man to do plumbing, tinning and eheet Iron worn; good wages snd steady Job. Address Zuninl Faretto, lovelocks, Nev. B M J17 3 plenty work; hens and sprlnss, LV. Apt ly Fwlth Company, 17 S. L'nlon St., Otlumwa. Ia. B MM 24 WANTED Lumberman, one who Is last and sccurate In tauvlng: also two ooys; On aha Box Co., Eust Omaha. B 945 WANTED Chicken pickers; jlenty of work; hens nnd rprlnss. 'x. Atpiy rwiti c Company, 217 B. Union Si., Ottumwa, li., B .M1MU7 Bookkeeper and Stenographer, young man; v. Apply st once. WESTERN KKF. A BOND ASS N (INC.), 4M-2 N. Y. Life Bldg. B-390 23 CHICKEN pickers wanted st Swift and company, Falrbury, fet.; nne new puk ing room; lots of poultry; hens, 2c; springs, 2Hc. Write or come at once. K. Bylleshv, Mgr. - B M2H 27 IN f ight wee-ks or less we prepare you as H competent, narher. isecura you a sal aried position In a responsible shop. Write American Barber College, 12th and Doug las Bts. B 345 23x WANTED Flva boys; good wages; perma nent job. A. V. T. Co., ZU b. lttn St. B-437 DRUO BTORE3 bought snd sold; drug ciergs wanted. F. V. Knleet, Kl N. I. u B-SSS CIVIL, SERVICE! Want young men to pre pare. Be Underhill. 8320 N. 24th. B-M774 02 WANTED, SOUND YOUNO MEN. IS to SS, to prepare for firemen and brakemen on new roads and for fall reh; experience Unnecessary; firemen lion, promoted to engineers $200; brakemen $75. promoted to conductors 1.V; positions now open. Na tional Training association, 8W X Paxton Blk., Omaha. Neb. B M1S8 NovJ HUSTLERS out of employment can do woll to call on us; pay weekly, c r. .nam Co., 1S1J Howard. B--M1M Nov? TOUR wife will never know If you drnk Cel-Pep-Ko. Be wise. Toothache? Free treatment at Crelghton Dental college. Crown or bridge work. No charge at crelghton Dental college except tor ma terial. B Mo 4 J Novll WANTED Two boys for the soda fountain xeaien xrug wo,, loin ana rHiimm WANTED Men to learn barber trada. Splendid time to begin. Few weeks com- filetes. Top -wages paid. Positions walt ng. Best -trade In the world for tm?r man. Little capital starts business. In vestigate. Moler Barber College. Ill Far nam St B-M134 2BX WANTED, for the lT. S. rnarlne corps, mn to see the world. For full information see poster In postofflcs of any county scat In Nebraska for tha address of recruiting officer thereon. B M129 Jl WANTED Experienced pile driver work men ana Druige crpenir;. day; and pile driver bridge foreman, 15.60 per day; free transportation to work In South Dakota; board, 16 per week. W. M. Hauaer, 271 Madison St., Chicatro, 111. B J81 23x AFTER the show try a Cel-Pep-Ko. Ask tha bartender. v a i stx Entrv Clerk, $SO-$80. Apply at onca. . WESTERN REF. BOND ABS N (INC.), 840-1-2 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. B-591 a F.XPRRIENCED collector, single man pre ferred; permanent position; fia weeuty and oommlsalon. Illxenbaugh Co., 600 Ware Blk. Call at once. B M64 WANTED Good teams to iaul coal. In quire coal yard, lltn ana (.nicago. i ne Bennett Co. B 374 23 . GENTLEMAN stenographer wanted. 2S3 Leavenworth Bt. , a sit at WANTED 25 boys for bill passing Tues day morning; all weeks work. Urand inion Tea io., ua a. ism oi. B 375 23 WE OWN property surrounded by mines In the famous Bullfrog district in southern Nevada. For particulars address the Ne- . vada Standard Gold Mining and Milling Co., we New York LJfe Bldg., omajia. Neb. R-M396 Nl WANTED Boy for general work in wholesale house. Apply Omaha crock ery Co. l. B 34 23 WANTED Hustling young man to assist photographer, lsos Harney t. B M400 23x WANTPH Young man to solicit; must be a hustler; references required, li -Har ney. B M401 1X WHEN objects triplicate then tinepja Cel Pep-Ko ner'e bracer Immediately. B WANTED Cost makers. J. T. Oliver, g Pear Bt., council Bluffs, la. 23x WANTED FEMALE HELP WANTED Fifty girls to work i In candy factory; good chance to eara money to buy your C'hrlsfnas presents with. The Voegsie Dlnnliig Co., UJf Jones Bt. CV-M713 FIFTY strong girls for turning bags; girls lb or i years oia ror cupping threads. Bemis umt.it nag to. u alio EXPERIENCED chocolate dippers wanted at once. L. J. O linen Co., lfi Howard. 0-M2J6 GIRLS WANTED. Loomts Co., 1 Farnam bt. c Mtw WANTED A competent girl for genera I .. . Ir n 1 w l J , m 1 I dUlinillfl,, Bii'-.l fc,.m. .... AA. OX. McClanuhan, U12 N. 40lh St. Tel. Har- 11 W 1 TV A. VANTED 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 Sis. C 13 22 WANTE1 A caretaker and a good laun dress. The LTectie linn and Harney. 0-M2S 24X WANTED Girl 31-f Chicago. fur general hnusewo rk. C-147 22 WANTED txperlencsd salesladies for cloak and huh department; htxh salary. 8. Fredrick Berger & Co., 1517 Farnam. C 146 23 WANTED Cook for small family; wages K to US. &37 Dodge St. C 146 i3 WANTKlv. Young lady stenographer for short (line; place might be permanent; muH have had some experience: Sinlth Preiiiler machine; aalary reaaonatile. Ap. ply by letter in own handwriting Ad dress I 10, Omaha Bee. C-150 fix GIRL for general housework. $i per week. 1248 8. 7tli,Ave. C 3M 23 WANTED Girl for general housework; no cooking; $J0 a laomh. 2727 Cuming bt. C 33, OIRLS wanted to address euvrloM-a; 5oc a l.floo. Adtliess In own handwriting. E lsi Worthiugton I'lace. C 2;x WANTED A nume gili, good wages. 208 Dewey Ave. C 373 24 WJ NTED Washerwoman. 102 So. 30ih Ave. C M3t 2Jx WANTKli Woman t-ook; small hotel; good wages. S alia, c house. VaU. la. C $. 2x WANTED A nMt, bright, young wunutn to assist in oftl.e work; will he required to answer telephone and figure bills; must b quh-k ami aceuiate; aalary to commeo-e. 6 p.T we.-k. with a per. quislte woth atioul t0c inoie; pla.-e muat be filled by Thursday morning. Addraes U i. Bee, i-il3 H Too bad you are out of work, but if you would watch the BEE WANT AD PAGE you could I find many good FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam. J d Doug. 611 O. IL E. Tlaul Trunk I E 64 PLEASANT room, modern, private fam ily. 624 aa. 2tn Ave. i, 241 XBX CAPITOL HOTEL, lith and Capitol Ave ; American or European; steam heat ana modern eonveuiences. 473 FURNISHED room In new modern house. 2306 Douglas fit. E 877 NEWLY furnished rooms; new house; one hlock north of Farnam car; gentlemen only; every modern convenience; hot water heat, 107 S. Jlst St. E 115 26x ELEGANT large south room with alcove, seconu noor; suitable ror two. 2702 Far nnm. B 334 22x NEWLY furnished front room, modern. iant jtarney. 48 23x NICELY furnished back parlor, well neaiea, gooa location. Z31S uougias St. Hiai 23 X FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front rooms, all modern conveniences; use of 'phone. 2652 Bt. Mary s Ave. Jfi 334 22 FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD Doug. 611 0. M. E. Haul Trunk F 43 VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms. caie. jr utt PLEASANT SOUTH room, suitable for two. In prlvnte family, with bet home bimrd, refined neighborhood. 627 Park Ave. r-Mi 22x TWO large, nicely furnished rooms, all modern, with board. 1066 Bo. 2th St. F 336 23 THE ROSE, JO Hsrney St.; pleasant. warm rooms; gooa Doard. 4S0 x UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT TWO rooms for Uht bouseke9p,rie. bz$ D. Oia Ave. U 6ltt t FOR RENT HOUSES WE DO expert piano moving at lowest prices. Tel. Dougiaa lo. Bchmouer & Mueller Flano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam. D-G4t HOUSES !n " frts of tne C,"r-J. a UOUOfjia c peters Co., Bee Bldg. i- M( UUUOIjQ 0 r- oyia Co.. Bee Bldg. U 643 HOUSES, Insurance. RJngwalt. Barker Blk. D 641 OMAHA Van A Storage Co., pack, move. store H. H. goods; storehouse nzo-z4 M 19th. Office, 1611 Farnam. Tel. Doug. ibit. D 660 RTfiTJAfTF! Household goods, mtr OXKJIXJWJIU chandisc. etc.. Fred Bust Transfer Line, 1W3-6 Farnam St. iJ Mb" iov. in. WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van Stor age Co. Tel. Doug. 1496. once, ma weo ter Bt. D 661 BEE us when shipping household goods to large ci'les wesf. we can save you money. F.XPRESSMJEN'B DELIVERY CO., 214 N. Sixteenth Bt. Tel. Doug. 1196. D-32 FOR RENT t-room house, all modem: fur nace; $,9. V. Al. cacnmann. ua rnjv'-ii ma A OA FOR RENT A new modern 6-room house. Globe Land ana invesrmens t-o., r' Bldg. tyMAi FOR RENT Two first floor and one eeeond floor flat, corner ann ana uuusi. umu. Land and Investment Co., Patterson Bldg. D M613 COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO.. storage and transfer. Best storage house In the city. Immedlste attention given, 1629-31-33 N. Uth St. .Tel. Douglas61 FOR RENT Fine flat, all modern; good furnace; u a. hii ivr. . , Potter receiver, 301 Brown Blk. D MS FOR rent, October 1, to responsible ten ant, 7-room house, 2867 Farnam St.; mod ern except furnace; $26.60. Apply at 07 N. 19th St. D-Md4& l-ROOM house, good repair, modern, $18. South 8M St. Phone Douglas 6i3. $32.50 8-ROOM strictly modern brick house. 1301 8. 26th St. Tel. Harney-17117 I ZZ COLONIAL residence, opposite Hanscom park; modern; .after Nov. 1. 'Phone iiouaiaa v -w 10-ROOM all modern house. 1138 South 30th Ave. Q. W. Hoobler. 'Phone Doug. Ew. ' D-M314 24x FOR SALE. RENT OR LEASE. LARGE modern . house, 13 rooms, besides lanudry, coal, vegetable and furnace rooms: good barn and carriage house: permanent walks and drivewey; paved street; near high school. W. H. Griffith, 261 Chicago 81. D M3S 23x FIVE-ROOM house, 1313 Bo. 4th St.; now being put in perfect condition; rent. $i0. BemTs, Paxton Blk. D-MS FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES FOR RENT Desk ' room In Bee office, city hall bulldlug, 417 N. 2lh St., South Omaha. Apply to manager. 1 134 FOR RENT Large corner storo room, lth and Vinton Sts., $30. C. M. Bach mann. 43 Paxton Blk. I M621 THE two store rooms, with basements, at 703-706 8. 16th street; $0 per month for both. Inquire R. C. PETERS ft CO., Ground Floor, Bee Bldg. I-M1M BUILDING 1006 Farnam, will be vacant November 15; 22xl; I floors and base ment. Apply 314 First Nat l Bank Bldg. I 91 WANTED TO RENT WANTED By man and wife, first class board and room In private family. Ad dress T 4. Bee. K-Msll 23x WANTED, TO RENT A farm from So to lhO acres, situated in Iowa or eaatern Ne braska, fairly well Improved and plenty of water; tenant to take possession March 1 next. Give full particulars when an swering. Address L-28, Bee. MM1 2Sx WANTED SITUATION EXPWKnSNCED young lsdy stenographer desires position. Address U 9, Bee. A-M125 2t X YOL'NG woman stenographer desires posi tion; can furnish references as to char acter, business ability, eto. Addrws 2770 Webster. A M3K9 21 WANTED Situation as stenographer by yuung woman with varied stenographic experience. Address T 4 8. care Bee. A M367 25x POSITION as blacksmith helper, with ex perience. Address Frank Elrhthaler, $822 Sherman Ave. A 2Jx ' MUSIC AND LANGUAGES MISS IRMA 8PKINGEK. piano leaaons 5 cents. 1W0 N. 41at Si., Walnut Hill car. MiA'S Nov. 13 CH ATHLAI N School of Languages lay and evening Uaases. Frem-h. German, buaatsu; icucli.g. VavLcge B'dg. l.i-Nuv. II positions. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR FLATS $2,750 44 feet, east front, on 2th Ave., just north of St. Maty's. This Is one of the best loca tions for flats we have ever been able to offer, and Is dirt . cheap. It la the only vacant lot left on this street now. Just Inquire how the other flats aioirg there pay. D. V. SHOLES CO., 722 N. Y. Life. Tel. Douglas 49. RE 371 23 REAC estate bargains FOR QUICK SALE $4,000 buys the pair of two-story 7-rootn frame dwellings at lolO and 1S12 S. 28th St.r; all modern except furnace; now tenting at $4M) per annum. $3,000 buys 9-roorn frame dwelling at 2809 Poppleton Ave.; fully modern; now vacant; was rented at $384 per annum. $7,000 for 69 and ill N. 18th St., two 8-room fully modern frame dwellings, with 4 room cottage In the rear; rents for $800 per annum. $1,200 for Charles St.; 6-room, cottage; full lot, on corner. Apply to W. B. MEIKLE. 206 Ramge Building. RE 904 940 N. 23d St., corner lot, 83x;6: both streets paved and permanent WHlks; 6-room, modern cottngo, newly painted and pa pered throughout; rents for $25; close to 24th St. car line. A bargain at $2,500; terms'. Two new, strictly modern houses, 6 and 8 riomH, on 64-ft. terraced lot; concrete walks; one block from 24th St. car; walk ing distance. Excellent Investment or home property. Short timn only at $6,004). See our list before buying. H. R. STRINGER, 227 Neville Blk. Thone Douglas 7.V4. KE 392 23 CHEAP LOT Full south-front lot, right on Farnam, near 381 h, for $1,750 cash; room for two houses. HICKS REAL ESTATE CO., 439 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. Douglas 1169. RE--393 2HX SEVERAL small houses and one large house for sale. 1223 Nicholas. RE 34C 22 WANT MERCHANDISE OR INCOME PROPERTY. 3.000 acres, Custer Co., Neb VO.000 600 acres, Richardson Co., Neb 21.000 3?) acres, Holt Co., Mo 20,000 2WJ acres, Harruon Co., Ia 18,000 J. R. ADKINS, 14 Pearl St., Council Bluffs, Ia. KE 3h0 22x 9-ROOM house, modern except heat, per manent wnlk, cement basement , by owner. 81 8 23th St. RE 157 22x TWO modern houses at the southwest cor ner of 31st and Cass rits.. with ground on which to build another house. Paved street, east front, nice, shade trees. Malts me an offer for one or both THOMAS BRENNAN. Room 1, N. Y. Life Bldg. RE M81S AM LEAVING the city and will sell my 8-room thoroughly modern house very cheap. H. li. Churchill, 3111 Pacific. HE 907 C. O. CARLBERO, real estate and -Insurance. 911 N. Y. Ufa. 'Phone Reo-74B7. . . ,,. RE-M179 BARGAIN Modern resfdence. In Kountie Place; 75 feet fronf, large barn; hot water heat; cement cellar, laundry; slate roof, must be sold at once. See owner, 1921 Wirt St. , -., RE-M963 KERR-SHALLCROSS CO.'S ABSTRACTS OF TITLES are the safest. You are pro jected by a $10,000 bond against loss by errors. Tou don't buy a law suit when you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1614 Farnam. Tel. Doug. S487. RE TOWN8END Realty Co.. Fremont. Neb., buy, sell and exchange lands, city prop erty and merchandise; try us for deal. RK M241 Nov.5.t FOR SALE. A 9-room hcuse $2,000. A 8-room houao 32.MK). A 6-room house $1,500. A 6-room novae $1,100. ' Will sell the above snaps If taken at once. GLORE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO., Patterson Block. RE M397 FOR SALE FARMS THREE farm bargain. Write J. T. Camp bell. Litchfield. Neb. H M916 N16x WELL IMPROVED 80-acre farm; fine land. Address Box 62, R. 5, Council Bluffs. H-M103 26X THREE farm bargains. Write J. T. Camp bell. Litchfield. Neb. H-103 Nov. 1 FOR RENT FARMS A FARM from 80 to ISO acres, situated- In Iowa or eastern Nebraska, fairly well Improved and plenty of water; tenant to take possession March 1 next; give full particulars when answering. Address U M. Bee. M 367 22x MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE GARVIN BROS., 1601 Farnam, ( and Ha per cent loans on real estate; no delay. W-4A7 MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co. W-668 WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith Co.. 1329 Farnam St. " W-oOJ BUILDING loans on residence property; I per cent. W. B. Meikle, Kamge Blk. W-870 LOWEST RATES Baoils, Paxton Block. W-4,1 PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Weed. 1520 Doug. W-4i73 $1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi dence property la Omaha; lowest rates; no delay. Thomas Hrenuan, R. 1, N. Y. Life. W-673 WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters 4s Co. W 674 City at farm loans. O. F. Carson Co., N Y L. W-7i LOANS on Improved city property. W. H. Thomas, 606 First National Bank Bldg. W-4i; DANCING CHAMBERS, 2424 Farnam. now open. Adult beginners Mondays and Wednesday; children Wednesday and Saturdays, juvenile advanced Saturdays and private lessens; terms reasonable, commensurate with advantages and beneflt deilved In our achool. Telephone Douglas Ull- M tit MR. AND M Its Morand's clasaea In danc ing and physical culiure for children are now open. 210 South Flsiileentu 81. Be- f inner Wednesday. .la p. ni.. advance itur.lay, 2.00 or 3.30 p. n. Tel. Doug las 1041, ew iov. is DPESSMAKING MADAME WOODRUFF Robe. Suite 212-14-16-16 Neville Blk. 'ieL Douglas 36 023 DRBJSSMAKINO In family or at home. Mia Sturdy, 206 Davatiport. Phone Har ny Mil r-?41 OSTEOPATHY- JOHNSON Institute, ill N. Y. U Tel. Doug. 1664. li PR. BOWSliR, aver 1609 Farnsm TeL Doug. -iL 0- M J PERSONAL SEWING madilnes rented. Any make; 7c per week or $2.00 per month. Second hand machines for sale, $500 and up. Neb. Cycle Co.. lith and Harney. U But- DR. ROY. chiropody. Doug. 6497. 1506 Far, PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOMIB. Mr. Dr. King, 1V18 N. 21st St. Tel. Doug. 9. PLEATINO BuMons. Ruchlng. LLin 1 IHVJ Kmbroidering, Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink ing; only 6c per yard. Bend for price list and sample. ,M Goldman pleating CO., -M 400 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1936. t a I lktrwr-f CITY ITEAIt IT Q U-839 THE RALVATTON ARMY solicits csstoff clothing: In fact, snythlng you do not heed; we coIlct. repair and sell, at 111 N. lith St., for coat of collecting to the worthy poor. Call 'phone Doug. 4KI6 and wagon will call. U 611 FREE medicn! snd surgical treatment at Crelghton Medical college. 14th nnd Dav enport Sts.j special attention paid to confinement cases; all treatment super vised by coi;.';o professors. "Phone Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or night. U 129 THE CITY GARBAGE CO., office 4th and Leavenworth eia. Tel. Douglas 1387. U 833 SURVEYING, Bllckensd-rfer, S12 Bee Bldg. U-632 OH A HA Stammerers Institute. Ramge Bldg. U 4 WE will find good comfortable homes for babies whose mot hem cannot care for them. See "Mother Lee, Supt." Tinley Rescue Hume, 403 Bancroft St. U 700 oct2 MAGNF.TTP! treatment nd bath. Mme. U MH MASS A n V. Swedish movement, 410 N. Miwoiluli 16th. Room 2, 2d floor. U M107 novl CHAMPION Carpet cleaning. Doug .'. 1523 Leavenworth. U M4-S6 NovS ANY FOOR GIRL In need of a friend call or write to the matron of the Salvation Army Home for Women at S824 N. 24th St., Omaha. Neb. U MiOO TRY KELLY'S Laundry. 'Phone Douglas $620. v-m PRIVATE home during confinement; ba bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San itarium, 73 First Ave., Council BluT. Ia. Tel. 7f. U-122 DRS. VOGEL private hospital for women and for ladies before and during confine ment. 2319 B. -13th St.. Omaha. Neb. U-M980 OS FOR anything In the sewing machine line -go to P. K. Flodman & Co., 1514 Capitol Av. U-M183 NovJ TYPEWRITERS rented, $160 per month; all makes; satisfaction guaranteed. Fog Typewriter at Bupply Co., 18i Farnam 8L U 69 Nova ARCHITECT O. I Broline, 618 Bee Bldg. U M246 Novo A Dollar Free for You. This coupon will be taken as $1 payment on a $10 purchase of shoe, hats or cloth ing; balance paid aa you earn It. HOME CREDIT CLOTHING COMPANY, 1520 Dodge St., Cor.. 16th, Omaha. U 118 Nlf PENNELL Millinery Co.. 122 North Uth Bt. U M258 Jan5 RUPTURE CURED-No knife, no pain, no detention from business. 'Call or write for booklet, etc. QUICK CURE RUP TURE CO., 611 Woodmen of World Bldg., Omaha. U 151 Crelghton Dental college. Patients free. Free treatment at Creighton Dental col lege, U M640 Novll IF LUCKY' you get your picture enlarged to life size In genuine crayon free lit our drawing contest, every day, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m., guaranteed worth $5. Wallace Bristol & Co., Artists, .620 N. 16th Bt. U M670 NovlO C. J. PALMQUIST Custom shoe maker. , 4124 Hainikcn St., and 107 8. 16th Bt. U M565 Nov. 10 ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax ton's salve B. J. Scannell, agent, 5 Ware Blk. V MSW NovlS CHRISTENHON, carpet cleaning. Tel. Doug. 1669. U 874 Nov. 14. THE ACORN Press. Tel. Dou;r. 3792. Commercial Printers. 1610 Howard St. U MS09 Novl$ HAL8TED Show cards and small signs. 61 Douglas Blk. Tel. Doug. 3606. U-M100 YOU DON'T experiment using Satin skin cream and powder. Their merits are proven. ' f AFTER washing, anoint wet skin with Satin skin cream. The skin absorbs nourishment. 1 U OMAHA Steam Paste Co. manufactures pure flour paste. 2210 Cuming. Telephone Douglas 452L U SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall: cut rices; send for free catalogue. Myers illon Drug Co., Omaha. U 2J MEDICAL DR. PRIES, specialist, women' disease. weakneMes. ' discharges, irregulartitek, cured painlessly and safely. Wlthnell block, loth and Harney, Room I, Omana. 64 B&8T nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve Fcod Pills" $1 box, postpaid. Sherman 4b McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 664 WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUT. SECOND-HAND furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing and shoes; pay the best prices. Tel. Douglas fc71. N 6j4 Novll WANTED To buy a cottage or small iwo-siury bouse without lot. E. D. Van Court, 1020 N. 16th. N 'Jul 23 WANTED 10 "pan of work horses, 4 to 7 years old, 1.3o to l.oOO est., well broken, sound In body and wind. Name cash price per span snd where horses can be seen. Address U-1S. Bee. N-148 2 WANTED to buy, 7 or 8-room cottage, close lrt. cheap, foricaah. Btate Vocation and price by letter. M. Mash, 2o3t Harney St. ' N M331 24x THE BEST 7-rooin, modern residence that I3.UII rash will buy. Owners only. Ad dress U-26, Bee. N M3M 24x PATENTS J. LARSON ft CO., patent lawyers'. patent book free. Be Bid -log., omana. -a en SHARPS MACHINE WORKS-Patant procured. Invention developed, drawings, patterns, caslihgs, machine work. 6o4-ilJ 6. loth St. -eJ PATENTS procured and sold. 1 fee. Nat'l. Investment Co.. Douglas Blk., 16(h and Iod. - M 413 Nov. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE one Ford model F touring ear with 1S" ra-ll.itur. detachable tonneau, prestollte tank, gas lamps, tools, etc.; car Is in line condition nnd looks line new. Price, T.'jO. Waller BeaU, Kearney. Neb. . -UX U DEATH NOTICES IH'IIRSKN-Lola A.. October Tl, Infant daughter of Henry and Derths Imnrsen. Mineral at 2 p. m. Tuendnv. October A at residence, 2T.' Saratoga ave. FLORISTS HESS & SWOBODA, 1416 Farnam. 4 I.. HENDERSON. Ull Farnam. Tel. roiig. 1563. 6 MONUMENTS Great Western Granite Co. Douglas 2L MM NovlT MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS EASY TO GET A loan on furniture, pianos, livestock r other chattel, left in your . (Undisturbed Possession) IF YOU NEED MONEY to pay your grocer, landlord, er any ethel bills which may be bothering you. Our plan the best ss w give you a writ ten copy of the contract with GUARANTEED REBATE If paid before the eontracl expire. SALARY LOANS made to people stecdll) employed. OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO (Established 1892) Tel. bong. 229. U Board of Traae Bidg. o So. 16th Bueet. ::-w2 $$$$$$$$$!$! MONEY TO LEND ON SALARIES, FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES AND WAGONS. This Is your opportunity to gt money and pay those little annoying debtA Ar range your affairs now so that when the cold weather comes you will only have one company to owe. You can repay us In small weekly or monthly payments, best suited to your in come; amounts paid before due, full rebate Is ALWAYS a.towed. Reliable Credit Co. Rooms 307-308 Paxton Block. Corner Farnam and Sixteenth Bts $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ X-M67S 81 SaVLARLED people and others furnished money upon their own names, without security; easy pay ments; offices In 63 principal cities, save yourself money by getting my terms first. D. II. TOLMAN, 714 New York Life Bldg. X-374 DR. PRIBBENOWS MONEY leaned on furniture, salary, pianos, bore, eic., la any amount; less than half rates; perfect privacy; Immediate attention; any term wanted. Payments suspended whesj ick or out of work, alt Karbaca Hit tot South Uth St. x-a Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg., Advances private money on chattels at salary; easy to get; no red tape; you gel money eame day aked for at small cost, Open evmings till I. X tvtl EAGLM LOAN OFFICE; reliable aooem modailng; all business coandential. IM iougiaa. MONEY loaned en piano, furniture, jew elry, horses, cow, etc. C. F. Keed, 31 D d Uth. V-84 FURNITURE, live stock, salary loan puff Green Loan Co., room I, Barker block. X 64 CHATTELS, salary and jewelry loan, Foley Loan Co- Uo4 Farnam St. X 4M CHATTEL and aalary loans. Phoenix, Credit Co.. &3 Paxton block. X 44 PRINTING LYNQSTAD High Grade 1907 Calendars, a. ifiuuy 8- E. corner lttn SL and ft iOUVK Capitol Ave. 67 COMPLETE line of 1907 calendars. Snell Printing Co., 310 B. Uth St. -157 Novl JOB printing and binding. Springer Print ing CO., i jNo. liia. Te. Doug. 2071. M569 Nov. 10 CENTRAL PRINTING CO.; fine Job work; typewritten letters. 110 o. l.th Bt., 1U blocks north Be Bids. M644 NovU Wnen You Write to Advertisers remember It take only an extra stroke or two of the pen to mention the fact that you saw the aa. in The Bee. FOR EXCHANGE IF YOU do not find what you want In tnls column, put an ad in and you will soon get It. it J FOR EXCHANGE A number of good first mortgage loans and good lands to ex change for groceries or a general stock of merchandise. Globe Land ft Invest ment Co., Patterson Bldg., Omaha. Neb. Z MD PLUMBING BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale prices. Save on every article.. Only first class goods handled. Prompt attention to every order. Send for catalogue. B. F. Karol, 236 Harrison St.. Chicago, III. 77 FENCING CHAMPION fence best. Douglaa-1590. tU 8. Kth, ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing 6c per foot, 2u N. 17th Bt. Tel. Red-614. 875 Nov. 14 CLAIRVOYANTS MADAME BUDDHA. The leading palmist of Omaha. Revelation of past and future described. Parlors, 113 8. 16th St., Opp. Boston Store. B MS7T LAW AND COLLECTIONS J. M. Mac-far land, $u9 N. Y. Li Bldg. Tel. Dong. t6s. 624 Nov! LOST AND FOUND LOST Brown fur collarette. Bee office; reward. Lost- Return to -M383 24x FARMERS cheap lands are getting scarce every day. Yo uknow better than anyone the value of laud aa an In vestment. The TtUoa raclflo at, B. Oon Is selling tine tarm and ranch lands In Kansas, Western Neb, Colorado and Wyoming at $3 TO A VF.n ACRE. SASY TKMS. For Information regarding land and excursion ratea apply LAND AGENCY U. P. K. It. Dept. B, $18 8. Kth Street. OMAHA, GOVERNMENT NOTICES GENERAL DEPOT, QUARTEUMAS ter'a liepartment, Jeffetsonvllle, Ind., Oct. 23, ISO. tfealud proposals, In triplicate, endorsed on cover. "Proposals for quarter maater's supplies, ' and addressed to un dersigned, will be received here until 10 a. m., November 22, 11. for stationery, office furniture, palms, wagon, rsnges. lamps, hardware, leather- and miscellaneous sup plies, required fur Manila, P. ' , aa per schedule, which will be furnished on appli cation to this depot and the depots st New York and San Francisco. Preference given to articles of domestic production or inaiiu fiK tupe. The right Is reserved to rejeet or accept anv or all blda or any part thereof. J. M. Marshall, aaaiatant quar termaater general nd depot quartern as ter, u.i-it :;-, n.o-i RAILWAY TIME CARD I MO UTATIOS TKTH AMI M4.FU V t nlea faelge Iave. Arrlv. Overland Limit. 1. 41 am al.JIpm The China and Japen Fast Mail .....a 4:1 pni a I In pni Colo. Calif. Ex a 4 15 pm a 9 Mom California ft Ore. Ex. .a 4:24pm a 6 111 pm l Angeles Limited, .all :i ant ain tfipnt Fsst Mall a 1:66 pm i):ihii Colorado Ppectnl a 7:46am a 7:44am North Platte Local. ...a 1:10 am a 4 6 pm Beatrice luteal b 3:15 pm b2:O0pm i'hleaa ft Nort hweatera Cedar Rapid Pass a 7:0 am a 6 08 pm no pm 16 pm 48 pm .36 am Twin nty r;xpresa aif'am aiw Chicago Dsylight al:nsnt all Chlcsgo Ixical .ftJl'.V) am a 8 Sioux City Local tiipm af Carroll lxical a 4.32 pm a 9 Sioux City Ixcal b f am 8 pm :AI am Chicago Express a6:.v)wm a 7 Fast Mail a 1:33 pm at Fast Mall a I M mm Twin City Limited a 126 pm a 7 : am :16 am :I5 am :36 am :36 am :06 pm :06 pm :o6 pm Overland Limited a 8:8 pm a 9 Chicago Limited alLonpm all Norfolk-Boneeteel ., , ,, .a 7:40 am alO Lincoln-Long Pine b 7:40 am bio Deadmoodl jncoln alio pin a 6 Casper-Shnehoul a 8:00 pm at Hastings-Superior b l:0 pm l I Fremont-Albion b 8:01 pnt bUS pm thleasje. Rock lalawd Jk Paetl EAST. Chicago Untiled a 1.26 am a 7 Iowa local a 7:00 am a 4 : am :80 pm Chicago Mall a 8:18 am a 8 :4A pm :66 pm Iowa Local blllS pm bl Chicago (Eastern Ex.).. a 4:06 pm a 1 Chicago (Iowa Limlted. 4:35 pm a!2 WEST. 5 pm .10 pm Rocky Mountain Lim...a 7:20 am at Colo, and Cal. Express. a 2 01 pni at Okl. and Texas Ex a 4:40 pm aJ2 Colorado Fast Mall a $ 60 pm .... a Daily, b Daily except Sunday. . Mlaaoarl Pad Be-. Itlm 55 pm :0t pm St. Lout Express ,.a9:n0am a :Xn nm K. C. and St. L. Ex all :16pm at .00 pro Chicago, Milwaukee ft gt. Pawl Chi. and Cnlo. Special... 7:56 m at California snd Ore. Ex. a 6:46 pm at Overland Limited a 8:35 pm a 9 Marlon ft Cedar R. Loc.b6;46am bU J0am i pm 30 am M pm Illinois Ceatral Chicago Express a 1:00am at Chicago Limited a i :00 pm a 7 :W pm :eu am :40 am Wabash St. iouls Express a6:S0pm a I St. Louis Local (from Council Bluffs) ..a 9:15 am alO :S0 pm :30 am :10 pm :R0 pm :00 am Stanberry local (from Council Bluffs) b 5:00 pm bll 4 hlcaao Ureat Weaterw V 8t. Paul A Minneapolis. 8:S0pm 7 St. Paul ft Minneapolis. 7:46 am 11 Chlcsgo Limited 6:40 pm 9 Chicago Fxpres 7:46 am 11 Chicago Express..' 3:30 pm , S3 :f 0 pm :30 pm BIRI.IJIGT05I STATION lOtk ft MASON Rtirllagttosi Ieave. .a 4:10 pm .a 4:10 pm .a 4:10 pm .all .10 pm . 9:10 am .a 8:00 am Arrive. a 8:80 pm Denver ft California... Black Hills Northwest Special .... Northwest lixpres Nebraska Express .... Nebraska Local a s: pm a 9 as am a 6:30 pm 7:40 pm 9 :06 am a!2:J0 pm bl0.25 am a I 30 am s 7:10 am a 1:80 am a 150 pm a 7:35 am a 8:66 pm a 7:36 Sin al0:63 pm all:30 am a 8:46 am a 6:10 pm Lincoln Local .-. Lincoln Fast Mai b 2:00 pm Ft. Crook A Plattsm'th.b 2:50 pm Rellevue ft Plattsm'th.. 7:50 am Denver Limited Bellevue ft Pac Juno.. .a 1:30 am Bellevue ft Pac. Juno., .a 9:10 am Chicago Special a 7:25 am Chicago Exvrees a 8:46 pm Chicago Flyer a 1:06 pm Iowa Local a 9:16 am Bt. Louts Express a 4:45 pm Kansas Clty-St. Joe....alO:46 pm Kansas Clty-St. Joe. ...a 9:1b am Kansas Clty-St. Joe. ...a 4:46 pm WEBSTER STATION 15th ft WEBSTER Chicago, Omaha-. St. Pa ml, Mlaaeap-ell - ft Leave. ..b 6:30 am ..a 1:00 pm ..b 8:20 pm ..c 8.46 am Arrive, b 9:10 pin ' all :Sr am b 1:10 am c 6:50 pm Twin City Passenger. Bloux City Passenger Emerson Local Emerson Local Missouri Paelflo Nebraska L o o a 1, via Weeping Water b 3:60 pm bl3:S0 pm a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally except Saturday, c Sunday only, e Dally except Monday. JOE CROW SUIT DISMISSED Artloa Aaalnat Forsaer Poatnaavster HI Bond la Tarawa Oal f Cenrt. The suit against Joseph Crow, former postmaster of Omaha, and his sureties on his bond of $140,000 as postmaster growing out of the defalcation of Albert Olson has been dismissed and Mr. Crow Is ahead 62 cents on the transaction. ' Olson wa a clerk in the stamp depart ment of the Omaha office and was found short $2,132.12. He was arrested. Indicted, confessed and sentenced on January 14, 1904, to pay a fine pf $2,000, which was paid for him by certain friends. Th bonding company In which Olson was bonded paid t th government $1,000. the amount of the j bond, which left a balance of the whole . amount to be paid by Postmaster Crow or $1,028.97, the remainder having been re imbursed to the government by Olson and his friends and the surety compsny, ' Mr. Crow at once appealed to congress to be reimbursed the amount of the shortage for which he was still responsible, which was granted by bill No. 1537, dated April 21. 19o(, carrying with Itin appropriation of $1.029 69 for that purpose. Of this amount the sum of 11,028.97 has been turned Into the treasury to credit on the shortage and a draft for (2 cent ha been sent Mr. Crow for the balance and the suit Is or- , dered dismissed a against him and his sureties. Olson Is now employed as a clerk In a hotel at Astoria, Or. - CHRYSANTHEMUMS ARE HERE Great Tswalr Beantlea and Cloaer Ball-Like Variety aa th are in market, great, gorgeous tously beauttea the closer ball-like variety and the little, shaggy ones that make such charming tab I decora tion. The first came In last week, but hey were small and chiefly In the white, but Monday morning brought the big ones lu yellow and pink and the rich shade) of wine. The Horse Show has hastened their arrival a little, for these shaggy beauties have no rivals, except the American , beauty rosea as effective touches to the boxes aa they lle'careJaanly along the rail In a long, loose bunch. The larger ones for $3 and $4 per dosen gnd the others from $1 up. The plants with blossom and bud cost l and $1.50. The orchids are also In. They are exceptionally perfect and of exquisite color :Ui cost 60 cent a blossom. k There are also violets in some of the shops selling for IS snd 40 cents a bunch. An innovation that contribute materially to the richness of the bunch Is a loose bow ef violet velvet ribbon tied about the stem. Roses are $1 a dosen and American beau ties) from $3 to $6. There were also carna tions at 80 and 75 cents a don. CAR SHORTAGE ISELIEVED Saaday and Bad Weather ; Scrr te Break th Ccagee. Ilea. Sunday and bad weather coming at the same time have helped the car shortage considerable and ths railroads were able to furnish needed cars Meitdsy morning. Most of the sheep frotjj Wyocitng have been moved and heavy orders for cara from that territory have quit coming In. Oraln will soon start to move In store abundance and then again will the short age bother both shippers and railroad.