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TItE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, NOVEMBER o, 1006.
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for lea than Sue for the "rat lairr
lion. These advertisement ant ae
Advertiser, my rrojarallac a
tiered rkrrk, Ma bare aaver art
dressed ta a no inhered latter la rare
of The Bee. Answer ao addreaaed
will be delivered oa preaeatatlea of
TUB FALL TERM
BOTLLS EUS1NEPH OLLEOE
I ft XOW ni'KN,
DAT AND NIGHT.
Student ar admitted any clay.
.4ev Catalogue I'Yec. Tel. Dnuglo 1984.
Address If. B. Boyles, President.
Boy lea Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
11 J S. 15th BU
Tel. Done' 61.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Work maka a spe
ciality of tire escape, shutters, doors and
s&faa. G. Aodreen. Prop. l"Z 6. lnih Pt.
SIGN FAINTING S. H. Cole, 1J02 Douglas.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co.. 1019 Furtuim.
HEFLIN1 Locksmith, moved upstairs; en
trance, 1X4 Karnam. Tel. Doug. 2i4-
FRKK for 10 days, one life sire elegant
crayon portrait and Cued In an excellent
frame for 81 .X5. Thl la to advertise our
86.60 portion. Call 10 to S o'clock. Wal
lace Bristol & Co., 20 North lfith St.
near California. - R Mole NovlO
LAW A university course at home. All
the advantages, with but lltt'e expend.
Catalogue free. Edwards Broa., Pub
lishers. Ann Arbor. Mich. K-2?0 4x
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Of the' Great Bankrupt Sale, of tha
Perflold Piano Cq'b. Sale of
' Fine Pianos.
Tbs Closing Hours of 'the Big Sale
Finds Us Still With Many of
Our Best Pianos on Hand.
They Must Be Sold Regardless of Price
1 611 Farnam Street.
OMAHA, Oct. 31. The closing hours cf
this big piano event rinds us with some
of our be-it styles left and In order to dis
pose of rfe-h'and every plnno In this stock
we have once innrav cut the price where
you must take advantage If you ever ex
pect to buy a piano. Remember this sole
will only last for a few dav longer and
If you want una of these bargtlns you will
haiy to move up and act (illicitly or tha
opportunity will be forever lost. Call at
once, day or evening;, and let us convince
vou that we mean Just what we say. Flno
pianos that sell regularly for $.'60. $275, $3n0.
J82R. HSO. $376. $4rt, $4fio and $6flti we now sell
xt S7. S!7. 11S. 138. laS, $17S. tlM, fM, $iJS,
Second-hand uprights , and squares for
your own prices and organs taken In
chanre for little or nolliing. Remember a
mall payment down und small pnient
monthly you can take ndvantaare of these
prices. Call at onca at JU I'Vrnam St.
Q 317 MX
TWO Bley letter cabinets, in good condi
tion, mada of walnut and have two draw
ers each. Call at Baa business office and
get a bargain. U 141 x
FOR SALE ts'ew and second-hand billiard
and pool table; we lead tna world in
cheap bar fixtures: easy payments.
Urunswlck'-Balk(i Coliendar, 407 S. loth St.
- U ;o
BEND us your mall orders for druRs;
freight paid on 110 lots. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. Q J7l
M1L.IC cows, easy terms, 43d and Center.
i Q il'i
SODA FOUNTAIN, any.
Ize. 1S1J Farnam.
PHERW1N-WILLIAMS CO.. best mixed
paint. Sherman &. McConncll Drug Co.,
HALL'S safes, new, 2-d hajid. 1818 Farnam.
FOR 8ALF Empty Ink barrels. Inquire of
J. R. Campbell, ea mall room.
FOR BA L.B Empty packing cases, cheap.
Address S,' Bee office. Q 441
FRKSir and pure appU cider delivered;
also cider vinegar, cuimed fruits and ap
ples. E. G. Solomon. 'Phone Benson
166. Q M90 bx
TO DISPOSE of household goods and
stoves call at 709 So. 16th. Doug. G7.1J.
Pmnll com. Q M9il)
Nails 1 keg. Star Box Co., 1W7 8t. Marv'a av.
ONE 6-inch Jenkln's valve for sale. Apply
W. II. Bridges, engineer. Bee Bldg.
FINK polished oak sideboard and parlor
table; at a Dargain. lM'J Uavenpoit.
fOR SALE Two aecond-hand boilers,
44x1(9. in good condition. Paxton A Vier
Jlng Iron Works. So. 17th St. and t P.
Ry. t,; i ' ' Q M136 6
FOR SALK -Gasoline range, cheap. In
quire -enicnt WH'. 21t St. Q M24 Bx
FOR BALK Show cases anu counters. In
nrM cms cot.Mnmn; must be solil at
once iil'J N. lfit.':. y-Mi7G6x
ENTIRE household furnltura for sale, at
oui. 712 N. 2.il-Str Q MS'6 6
House furnishings, rugs, desk, couch, hall
rack, bookcase, beds, tables, kitchen cabi
net, etc. inns 9. SSth pt. Q MG Bx
T SK.LI, OR JUlYFmnlture. stoves,
harpeas, wagons, typewriters organs.
pianos, call Du'.igla&.j,S2. or 7f S. pith
St. - . o us :z
FiR 8ALK Iron bed complete, In good -on-riltlon,18N8jt
DP. ESP MA ICING ,ln. Xmilv or at home.
.Mlys fctuidy. :M Dmveupoi t. 'Phone Hni
M'lOWl.LL system of dressmaking and
ciuting; patterns cut to measure; lessons
Tuesday and Thursday evenlnus. 1623
f'nrnnm. M .12 Ni5
HORSES & WAGONS FOR SALE
Myers, 1715 Jackxnn.
FOR A LB Runabout and sot of Bingle
harness. Inquire JelO Mason St.
DR. BOWSEF.r Ota
Doug li.. J
4!6 N. Y.
HES9 A- SVIOBODA, 141i Farnam. 1 -,:;
L. HENDERSON. Fsrnam. Tel. Doug.
1X3. - -7-i
WINES" AND LIQUORS'
BOL S. OOLDSTROM Whiskies, wlnea and
llquoi for tarully use. Mail order given
prompt attention. tend for price lii.
South Onncha, Neb. Opisisile Sttnk Yarns.
ANCHOR and Iron Fetcing; Wire Fearing,
K p' fuut. Svfi N. 1'h t-u Tel. Bed '4
WANTED MALE HELP
W'ANTKP TOUN"; MEN OK GOOD
HAH1TP Age IS In SB, to prepnr (or f if
men and bmkenien on nil tha lesdlng
railroad and tor new roads now being
romileted; experieme unnecessary; flre
meti, UK per n onth; brakemen, $0 prr
month, with rapid promotion to engineer
and conductor. Manv coltloii now open.
National Kv. Training A.iin, 6 X. l ax- II
ton block, Omaha, Neb. R-102 Dl El
VAXTKP-Mfn to I'ntn bu.rhr trade: fw
weeks completes; tools given: positions.
waiting: qualified Instructors, steady pric
tlre. registered diplomas; board provided
If desired Call or writ Mlr Barber
College, 111 Farnam St., Omaha.
WANTKD Reliable watchmaker. In. one of
Omaha's leading jewelry stores; good sal
ary to the right man. Address U-.'-l. Be.
WANTKD Flva boys; good wages; perma
nent Job. A. D. T. Co., 212 8. 13th Ft.
DRL'O PTORIca bought and sold; drug
clerks wauled. F. V. Kneist, 6:4 N. T. L.
TOOTHACHE? Free treatment at Crelgh
ton Dental colleae.
Crown or bridge work. No cluirge at
reiarnton Uental college except ror ma
terial. F.-MM2 Novll
V'A7CTi:0 First class granite p-.vers; two
inonths' sieadv work: no lslor troubles.
tiMicns" Construction Co., Chamber of
Commerce, Chicago. ft MSS3 5
BPKCIAIj contract, men; several expsrt
epH'll contract life Insurance men dired
Immediately. Rupert F. Fry. Special
Supt., Mason Bldg., Houston, Te.
HT'BTIiERS cut of employment can do well
to call on ua; pay weekly. I . r. Aflams
Co., 11S Howard. B-MMS DJ
A COMPlTl'r.NT, SOBRR - PRINTER can
secure a steady Job at good waeea from
the Tribune. McCook, Neb. B Mild fix
WANTKD Boys to work at the poll on
election day. High school bo s pre
ferred. N. P. Dodge Co. 11 M17 6
WHAT Is woman? One of Ood's most
agreeable blunders-. What Is Cel-Pep-Ko?
Ask barman. It sobers up quick.
B 1M Bx
KXPKRIKNCBD sewer diggers. Apply 605
S. 13th St. B 14 Bx
WANTED A. young, man to learn -the
sheet music business; small salary to
start: must play popular music at sight;
references. Address A 4'.0, Bee.
WANTKD Kxperienccd millwright at In
dependence, elevator. Apply 1M3 Fsrnam
Bt. H-M174 6
WANTED Brick masons for country, 7oo
an hour and transportation.. I.. D. Aahby,
Red Oak. la.; 'phone." B M.'Ml Bx
WANTKD S boys,
Omaha Box Co.,
AFTOMOBd.K drivers, mechanics, chauf
feurs, repairmen, demonstrators, sales
men, garnge managers wanted all over
the country. rJOJ 'will offer great op
portunities nnd high salaries for compe
tent men. Our practical auto-education
can be acquired by night study at small
liiontly cost. Positions secured through
our employment bureau. We have t he
only practical series of text books In
existence ana our instructors are ex
perta. study now and be ready for the
iprlng opportunities. For full partlcu-
one tree lesson ami die
tlonary of motoring terms, address The
Correspondence School of Automobile En
gineering. Suite 1777. American Garnre,
40 W. Both street. New York city.
B M339 Bx
MALE help wanted, book binders, compe
tent head stamper In open shop. Thirty
dollars per week 64 hours, M weeks in a
year. Address Postofnce Box 29. New
Tork Clt y. B-M337 6x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Girl for. general housework;
good wages; no washing. Inquire 7l No.
23d St. C-MS79.
WANTED Good cook; also house, maid;
lest wages; small family. Mrs. Ben Cot
i ton, 432 S.-SHth 'Avc. i C-018
WANTKD A good cook; references re.
quired. utH2 Farnam. C 918
WANTED Competent girl for second
work: small family. Mrs. T. J. Rogers,
UW Park ave. . C M927 3
A COMPETENT girl for general house
work; references required. Mrs. Robert
Dempster, 8527 Harney. . .:. C ?5J
WANTED Al experienced saleswoman,
millinery department, O' Don a hoe-Red -inond-Normlle
Co. O M973 j
G1RI.9 to tack fly nets, turn bags, sewing
machine operators; also small girls for
clipping threads; steady work. Bemls
Omaha Bag Co. C MU3 i
WANTED A girl for general housework.
1311 Chicago. J C 154
WANTED 60 girls to work on costs and
skirts In alteration room. S. Fredrick
Berger .& Co.. 1517 Farnam.-, C 150 5
Mrs. Marsh. I1
WANTED A girl for general housework.
1S.'2 Bluney St. C-147 G
WANTKD A competent German cook.
lo2 Bo. :f.'d St. CM268 a
GIRI wanted for making paper lxxes:
good and healthy work; good wages
earned. EgKerss-O'Flyn Co.. loth and
Leavenworth Sts. C M241 bx
WANTED Clerka for our new book depart
ment. Experience preferred, but not
necessary. Apply to K. J. Brewsier. J.
L. Brandels at Sons. ' C M281 6
GIRL for general housework, small family,
small house, . Tel. Harney 1SK. . or call
S66I Howard. C M2! 6
WANTKD A girl to assist In general
housework, small family and good wages,
and good houis. 2tB9 Farnam St
. i C-M2W x
NKW sleeve, protector for office and house
work; samples free this week: other nov
elties. I-adles Supply Co.. 8263 Prairie
Ave., O., Chicago. J M-3o NovUx
SALARY and commission will be paid to
an old line life man of experience. Ad
dles Box IUa. Lincoln, Neb..
AGENTS WANTED W e have 3A' acr-s
ranhandle. Texas, land for sale, near
Hereford, in Deaf Smith ami Palnn-r
counties. Texas. We run our own special Sixteenth St. Tel. Doug, llftj. D 6iS
train tlie first and third Tuesdnvg eai li ;
month. consMtlng of Pullman mil dining FOR RENT 8-room house, all modern: fur
cars, for-the convenience of. our agents ' tiace; $-H. C. M. Bachmann, 136 Paxton
and their customers. .loin ii. Agents Blk. D 322
Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
AGENTS wanted to sell pure food products;
exclusive territory; ladles or gentlemen
may apply. Room 4'3 Karbach Blk.
WANTRD-i-Two energetic nit ta travel
for Minneapolis wholesale house; will pay
$;." to J-i per month and expenses to
start: will meet suitable parties in St.
Joseph about November 12; excellent op
portunity for young men tor get start.
Address at once, F. W. Potts, Minneapolis,
Minn.- L M2t4 7x
V'ANTKl) Sreciaity salesman to (ravel
in Nebraska on salary; state experience.
Address li 475. care Bee. , M 3 1 3 Bx
WANTED Situation in city as stervg-
' ra.iher. bv lomif ladv exoerlen. ed : i-er.
I erences. Address K-478. care Bee.
i . A-836 27x
j YOUNG man wajns to work In lunch
room to learn business; soma experience:
waga light; references beat. Please tell
proprietor. Address Y 16. Omaha B-e.
F. J. LARSON t CO.. patent lawyers;
pail book tree. Bee Bldg., Oiuulia, Neb.
SUARPE MACHINE WORKS Patenta
procured, inventions developt-d. drawings,
l.atteins. ivstiugs. inaihin work, f iil 3
H. 10th HI. 754
PATKYIH procured and sold, 1 fee. Nafl
I nv., rnierii Co.. Djl;1 tfioik, 16th a.i,d
1 D.'uJ. -M112 f
A Doctor or a Dentist
Often Sells His Business Through
BEE BUSINESS CHANCE ADS.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
WILf RKNT, to gentleman one front room
In new, modern apartment house; isew
furniture, never before used: steam heat
and electric lights; bath ad.lolns room;
only two blocks from postothce and on
principal car line; will make it home
like; no children In family. Price, 12
per month. Address J-477, care Bee.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Karnam.
Doug. Gil. O.M.E. Hauls Trunks
CAPITOi. HOTEL,. ISlh and Capitol Ave.;
American or European; steam beat.
NEWLY furnished rooms; new house; one
block north of Karnam car; gentlemen
only; every modern convenience; hot
water heat. 1P7 S. 81st Pt. K llii NISx
NICE, large, southeast room: nicely fur
nished: all conveniences: electric lislit and
gas. 'Phone Douglas 3TT7. 117 S. .'tl Pt.
FKRNISHED room, in raw, modern flat,
within walking distance, to lady; break
fasts if dejiired. 64 a 27th Pt.
E M11S 5x
TWO firnuhed rooma. modern; gentlemen
preferred. Tel Harnev 193. 'X73 Dodge.
E Mia Bx
TWO furnished rooms on car line: nil mod
ern;' In new brick flat. 3113 Leavenworth
St. E-149 5
TWO furnished front rooms, with or with
out hoard: modern. &12 N. 21st Bt. Phone
..Douglas &.1S6. E MJB4 x
NICELY furnlahed rooms, furnace, gas, hot
water, telephone, walking distance, cars
ona block. 2G6S St. Mary's Ave.
I MliuS iijf
Ft'RNlSHED and unfurnished rooms. 1114
N. 'Jttli. E M331 6
ONK nicely furnished parlor suitable for
two: well heated and elegant location;
reasonable. 2620 Davenport.
E M810 6x
THREE rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
Clifton Hill. 'Phone. Harney-ioes.
B MSwJ Bx
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611. O.M.E. Hauls Trunks
THE ROPE, 20af) Harney St.. nicely fur
nished, warm, comfortable rooms. Oood
boord. F-4"0 lt.x
u..;vri ... rrrz:
"A'. r74' H ee K M2' lux
Address D-47- Bee. M
FRONT parlor for two, with board, lis
24i h St. ?!nM6
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
SCITE of 4 rooms
first floor. 660 S.
Bemls, Puxlon Blk,
In the Onnond, on
28th St.; rent. t:.
FOUR pleasant rooms unfurnished or
partly furnished. 1214 North 2ith Kt.
v G M334 Tx
FOUR large rooms,
212 N. 19th Ave.
modern except heat.
G M2i8 Bx
FOUR. nice, large, unfurnished rooms, first
floor, strictlv modern; easy walking dis
tance. B24 South 261 h Ave GMaiiS 6x
1 FOR RENT HOUSES
2oth Ave. and Half Howard
Sts., 5 and 6 rooms each, mod
ern in evtry respect; rent,
$37.60 and $10.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 FARNAM.
D M274 10
, 7 Decatur, t rooms, city water, $13..S0.
'.'Si9 Decatur, 6 rooms, $15.
203 S. 9th St., S rooms, modern, $25.
2iil0 Dewey Ave., all modern, $1').
"IS S. 13th St., two floors and basement,
THE BYRON REED COMPANY,
Phone Doug. 297. 212 S. 14th fit.
D MlbS ti
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 1626. Kchmoller A:
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-W13 Farnam.
rTrkTTCJTT'C! In all carta of tha city,
uuuuuu C- j,t,r t Co. Be Bldg.
TTfinFS ' all parts of tha city. Tha
IIULOLO q r Davul Co., Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, insurance. Ringwalt, Barker Blk.
OMAHA Van & Storage Co., pack, move,
store H. H. goods; storehouse 1120-:'4 N.
19th. Office, loll Farnam. Tel. Doug. VoZj.
A NICK modern ' 7-room house In line re
pair, new. Just what you want. Cull tele
phone Harney 1U73 or lajugliis 2081. lm.
mediate possession E. IS. Huntley, owner,
3:9 Board of Trade. D M176
FOR RKNT Nice 7-room house, $1.5.00. 2641
For Rent Fine flat, all modern, good fur
nace. 4f 8. 2fith Ave. M'llliam K. Potter,
receiver. 3i Brown Blk D M870
CJrPi"lT? A flP Household goods, tner
J51UUAUL chand'- etc.. Fred Lush
Transfer Line. 1013-5 Farnam St
WE MOVE planes. Magi;.ird Van t Pto.--age
Co. Tel. Doug 149o Office, 1713 Weh
tLer St. D-
SEE us when shipping household goods to
i lsrae cities w
est. we can save you money.
i EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY CO.. 214 N
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO.,
storage and transfer. Best storage house
In the el'y. Immediate attention given.
15:9-81-33 N. 16th St. Tel. Douglajt 4619.
MVB-ROOM house, 1312 S. 4th Pt. now
being put in perfect condition; rent, $1'
' Remis. Paxton Blk. D-M2J9
CKNTRAL L(am. modern 7-room house.
Tizard, 220 N. 2Sd. . D Mi16
i.ROfiM cottage, city water. $7.00. Breen
& Bloom. 613 Be Bldg. D M7
4 ROOMS, modern flat; adults. 1112 So. 11th.
FOR BENT a-rnom flat, modern, good re
pair. oppoite Hanscom park t''J. "Phone
Douglas 52S. D 153
NEW modern cottage and a 5-room flat,
close In. Applv Clinton H. Briags. 1331
Farnam St. 'Phone Doug. '2224. D i-ia
! v; T: ; T
I FOR RKN f After November 1
all modem except furnace. $2i'.0o.
Bachiuan, 46 Paxton Block.
FOR RENT Nov. 10, six rooma. modern.
2i2 Dodge, $26. Inquire at 2628 Dodge.
D M2o 6x
F)R RKNT S10 South 3th St.. nine rooms
inoderiik furnace, porcelain bath, shades,
$tti. Inquire next door. D M2;" 6x
FOR RENT 8-room house, modern except
heat. IM N. ltli St., South Omaha.
7-RlXIM inoderii cottage.
Applv 511 N. 22hI
D M1W Bx
$32 joStrictly nxidern eight-room bitck
l,oUc. '8. 2eth Si. D MlUlix
Ill S. 20.
UiU jt! n.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
t rooms, modern, corner lot,
laundry In basement. Fina
home, near rark $3.110.
10 rooms. 2 lots, beautiful
home, paved street, permanent
walk; cheap at 83,800.
6 rooms, close In $1,400.
National Investment Co.,
- 63 DOUGLAS BLOCK.
16th and Dodge.
6-room house on Franklin street. Kv.
erytbing In good shape. $1,800 takes It.
8-room house on a fine east front lot In
Hanscom Place. It's yours for $2,100.
Some good lota on a paved stieet ona
block from car, $300 each.
OMAHA VIEW LOTS Good ones at
$100 each, and some cheaper.
WRIGHT V LASBURY.
BOO So. l(th St.
'Phone Douglas 1717.
To Grading Contractors
. Bids will be received for. Im
mediate removal of ao.tw cu. .
yds. All machine work.
GEORGE & CO.', 1601 FARNAM.
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
A splendid stock and grain farm of !C!
acres, 7 miles from South Omaha. A good
house, burns, sheds, etc., good orchard,
plenty of water, good fences, good railroad
and lnterurban- facilities; have R. F. D.
and telephone. Price for the next 80 days,
LEMUEL NORTON, FORT CROOK. NEB.
RE M171 13
A J-room house $2,000.
A 6-room house SJ.Bao.
A B-room houaK $1,600.
A B-room house $i,ioo.
Will eHl the above snaps If taken at once.
GLOBE LAND AND. INVESTMENT CO.,
Patterson Block. ... RE--397
WANTED We have large demand for
homes and Investment property on 'the
south side of railroad tracks, and acreage
property tu the vicinity of Omaha. If
you have such, send us description and
price, and we will sell it for you. Berka
& Co., 941 New York Life Bldg.
TWO modern houses at the southwest cor
ner of 31st and Cass Sts., with ground on
which to build another house. Paved
stieet. east front, nice shade trees. Maka
me an offer for one or both.
Room 1, N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL KOUNT7B PLACE-Modern
home, hot water hoat, 7o-ft. front; space
for another house; small house taken aa
part payment. Seo owner, JM21 Wirt.
TOWNSKND Realty Co., Fremont, Neb.,
buy, sell and exchange lands, city prop
etty and merchandise; trv us for deal.
ALL modern D-rooin house and lot for sals
at a bargain. 922 No. 19th RE M910
.7-room house, wpdern except
bath, one; block from Sher
man Ave., cor. close In, $1,600.
7-room housJ,"Yull 1 lot, with
barn, 2 Hooka from car, oo
,N. JSth street, $2,500.
New 7-room house on full. lot,
modern,' 2 Mocks -from two
car lines, $4,600. ,
Acres, Ranches, Farina.
BEARS, ROOM 21 N. Y. LIFE.
'Phone Douglas 3130.
RE 155 6
FOR SALE FARMS
THREE farm bargains. Writs J. T. Camp.
bell, Litchfield. Neb, H M15 NU
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 8 and ifj
per cent loaus on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payn Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith St Co, 1220 Farnam St.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 8
per cent. W. IS. Melkl. Ksn.g Blk.
LOWEST RATES Baails, Faxton Block!
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Waad, 1510 Doug.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest ratea;
no delay. Thomas Bronuan, fi. 1, N. Y.
WANTED City loans. R.
C. Patera Co.
City & farm loans. O. F. Carson Co.. N.Y.U
LOANS on Improved city property. W. 1L
Thomas. B06 First National Bank Bldg.
FO". KNCHANGF.' Modern 8-flat building
on Grand Boulevard. Chicago, (he choice
residence locality of the city; rents for
$4. wo a year; price. $64,000; incumbrance,
$32,000, at 6 per cent.
r.W-acre Improved farm, 2Va miles from good
town in Nance county. Neb.; black soil,
clay subsoil; gently rolling; all fenced and
cross fenced; fair Improvements; plenty
of fruit; price, $05 an acre; Incumbrance.
$1,501' 5 per cent. Owner will exchange
his equity for good, clear, unimproved
land, or will asaum reasonable incum
brance on improved land. Address, W. E.
Cole. Monroe, Neb. Z-M868 S
FOR EXCHANGE An up-to-date drug
stock, $6.ioo. to exchange for South Da
kota or Iowa land. Globe Land and In
vestment Company, Omaha, Nebraska.
IF YOU do not Ind what you want In this
column, put an ad in and you will soon
get It. Z 831 .
FOR EXCHANGE A number of good first
mortgage loans and good landa to ex
change for grocerle or a general stock of
merchandise. Clin be Land and Investment
Company, Patterson Bldg., Omaha, Nab.
CHAMBERS Now open. Adult beginners
Moiidas and Thursdays. Children
Wednutdays and Saturday. Special class
strictly for married couples, now forming,
every Tuesday vQing. Tel. Douglas 171.
WORTH considering. Isn't It. when Mo
rand's Dancing Helical for adults will sell
you a ticket good for 18 lasaona at th
reduced pric of, ladles $4, gentlemen $6,
which will tach you how to dame per
fectly. Former pupils 81 les. Three as
sistant to help beginners. Call or Tel.
Douglas 1041. Fall terms begins Friday,
Nov. 2. 6 p. tn. 06T "V 1 4
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUT. SECOND-HAND
furniture, stoves, carpet, clothing and
hoes; pay tn beat pikf. Tel. Douglas
871. N-4V54 Novll
WANTKD to buy, 10 acre improved, aom
fiuit, iivar iteuson. Addiea B t Dodg.
6EWING machines rented, any make. 7.'
per wek or 12. "0 per montn. peconu
hand machines for ssl, $V00 and tip.
Neb. Cycle Co., 15th and Harney.
DR. ROY. chiropody. Doug. 6497.
FRIVATK CONFINEMENT HOME. Mrs.
Dr. King, 201$ N. 21st St. Tel. Doug. J-".
PI FAT! NO ButAns,KluchbiB,
1 lwlF 1 IMVJ fc-.,lirnlderlng.
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink
ing; omy tic per yard. Sena tor price nai
and aWiniMe. .
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
400 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas JT,k.
1 4 19
Tel. Doug. -'54.
211 S. lltli Rl.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing: In fact, snvthing you do nor
need; we collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. 11th t., for cost -of collecting to, the
worthy poor. Call 'phone Doug. 413S and
wagon will call. U oil
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelghton Medical college. Hth and Iv
enport Sts.; special attention paid to con
finement cases; all treatment supervised
by college professors. 'Phone Doug. 1167.
Calls answered day or night. t 129
THE CITY GARBAGE CO., office 4th and
Leavenworth Sts. Tel. Douclas ijs.
FURVETING, BUckensderfer, 312 Bee Bldg.
... U 719
Af AGNF.TTr! treatment and bath. Mme.
OUV3iiLiXlJ Slnltj ug N. lit 2d floor.
CHAMPION carpe: cleaning. Doug. tS. i:,2a
Leavenworth. U MIS6 NovS
ANY TOOR GtRL In need of a frler.l call
or write to the matmi. of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 3S24 N. 24th
St., Omaha, Neb.
PRIVATE home durimjr conflnemenl; ba
bies adopted. Tha Good Samaritan San
itarium, 72ft Flm Ave., Council Blufts,
la. Tel. -774. U-3U2
TYPEWRITERS rented, $2.60 per month;
all makes; satisfaction guaranteed. Fox
Tj'Pewriter & Supply Co., 1&22 Farnam St.
U m No
f A SiSJ A CIV. Swedish movement, 410 N.
..U30VJXJ 16th Koom o. eecond floor.
MOTHER'S BREAD Ask your grocer for
25. H. Reeder a MOTHER'S BREAD.
U M987 Dl
A Dollar Free for You
This coupon will be taken as $1 payment
on a 10 purchase of shoes, bats or cloth
ing balance paid as you earn it.
HOME CREDIT CLOTHING COMPANY,
1520 Dodge St., Cor. 16th,
PKNNELL Millinery Co., 322 North lhth
St. . U-722 Jan 6
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no
detention from business. Cnll or writ
for booklet, etc. QUICK CURE RUP
TURE CO.. 611 Woodmen of World Bldg.,
Omaha. U 723
CEIGHTON Dental college. Patients free.
Free treatment at Crelghton Dental col
lege. U M&40 N 11
C. J. PALMQUI8T, customer shoe maker.
4124 Hamilton St. and 107 S. 15th Pt.
U-M5U5 N 10
ECZEMA absolutely cured bv V'. A. Pax
ton's Salve. B. J. Scanell, agent. BOS War
JBlkj U-M8M N IS
CHRISTENSON carpet cleaning. Tel?
Doug. 1659. U 874 Ml
THE ACORN Press. Tel. Doug. 870".
Commercial printers.' 1510 Howard 6t.
V M999 MS
TYPEWRITERS All makes, for rent. $2 to
$4 month. Central Typewriter Exchange,
16"$ Leavenworth. 'Phone Rd-.W.
STRINQE8. rubber goods, bv mail: cut
prices; send for free catalogue. Myers
Dillon Drug Co., Omaha. . U 7' 4
DRS. VOGEL private hospital for wom":i
and for ladies before and during confine
ment. 2319 S. 13th St., Omaha. Neb.
U M945 N30
MUSIC TEACHERS WANTED.
$10 to $20 Per Hour Guaranteed.'
Illustrated Classwork. Great Success.
Salary or Commission. Territory
Reserved. No' Competition Pos
sible. Correspondence Solicited. Write
PERFIELD PIANO CO.,
1611 Farnam St.
U M3SS x
DON'T deny yourself delights conferred by
Satin skin cream and Satin skin powder.
DR. PRIICS. specialist, women's diseases,
weaknesses, discharges. Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Withneli
block, 16th and Harney, Room 2, Omaha.
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Grav's Nerve
Food Pills," $1 box. poatpnld. Sherman &.
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 726
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
Low Priced Offices
Two rooms, BJ0 and 60C. t $16 each.
A good place to be In the ainler time.
The Bee Building
Ask for Mr. Baker, Burt., who will b
pleased to show you theee rooma
A VERT DES1RABLF, office, room M.
with south and east light, ia partitioned,
on room being 6-11x19-8 and the other
19-8x21-7; ha large aire fire-proof vault;
janitor eervtr and electric light free.
This is one of our lat suites of offices In
the building. See Mr. Baker, Supt., R?o
Bldg., 17th and Farnm. lbJ
FOR RENT Tesk room in Be office,
city hall bulldln. 417 N. 25th St., South
Omaha. Apply tu manager. I 131
FOR RENT Large corner tor room.
lth and Vinton Sis.. $30. C. M. Bacli
inann. 438 Paxton Blk. I M621
TUB two store room, with basements
at 7i-7 S. 16th atreet; ISO per month
Inquire R. C. PETERS & CO.,
Ground Floor, Be Bldg.
BUI DDI NO 1006 Fsrnam, will he vacant
November 16; 22xln0: t floors snd baa,
nient. Apply 314 First Natl Banii BUlg
DESK loom In on of th large office,
partitioned off. $10 -per mouth. Be Mr.
Baker. 8upt. Be Bldg. 1521
8TORH ROOM. lth und Harnev, ifxlOO ft.
Can b vacated about Dec. IB, 14. Ad
, dress. F 440, Be. I M6o$
WANTED TO RENT
COUPLE wlehe three modern, comfort
ably furnished rooms tor light house
keeping. Best references. Good Inr at ion.
Addreaa K 473 B. K Mst8 Hx
WANTED A home to tak in emergency
cases, uch us acarlel fever, dlphllierla
a;id nieiule. Muat l without children.
Will pay ell fir same. Call at Heulili
Office, City Hall. Telephone Douglas
1. K Mf.ni
A FARM within 4 mile ut Omaha audi
Co. Bluffs kUrvet H. Addres 8 47. Be.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
MONEY TO LEND
ON, SALARIES. FURNITURE, PIANOS,
HORSES AND WAGONS.
This Is your npnorlunlt y to git money
and pay those little annoying debts. Ar
range your nffalrs now so that when the
cold wither comes you will only have
one companv to oaf.
Ton can ropav us In small weekly or
monthly payments. Ivst sulled to
conn-; amounts pnld before due, full rebate
Is ALWAYS ailowed.
Reliable Credit Co.
Rooms 307. Paxton Flock.
Corner Farnam snd Plxtnth Sts.
X M3 1"
FIND IT NECESSARY TO
give us a trial, after which w will by fnlr
Iroatment attempt to retain your patronage.
We loan from $10 up on furniture, planus,
live stock, etc. We also make loans to
without mortgage or endorser. We transact
business nulckly and quietly. We do not
deduct interest in Hilvance. We always try
to plense our patrons.
Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.
119 Board of Trade Bldg.
Tel. lx.ug. 22U5.
'(Established 1S?2i, Si S. 16th Bt.
and others furnished money upon " their
own names, without security; easy pay
ments; offices In St principal cities. Pare
yourself money by getting my terms first.
D. II. TOLA1AN,
714 New York Life Bldg.
DR. PRIBBENOW S MONEY,
loaned on furniture, aalary. pianos, horses,
etc.. in any amount; less than hslf rates;
perfect privacy; Immediate attention: any
terms wanted. Payments suspended when
sick or out of work. 214 Karbach Blk.
2"9 South 15th St. ' K-706X
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Lite Bldg.,
Advances private money on chattels or
salary; easy to get; no red tape; you gat
money same day asked for at small coat.
Open evenings till 7. X $42
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE; reliable, accom
modating; all tusincss confldeDtlMl, lSOi
Douglas. X 844
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, liorsus, coats, et'. C. F. Reed. 210 S.
ISth. X W
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loans.
Duff Green Loan Co., room 8, Barker
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans.
Foley Loan Co.. 1504 Farnam St. X 840
and salary loan.
033 Paxton block
Do You AYish to Make a Change
If you have a farm. home, business or
property that you want to sell or ex
change, write us.
GLOHK LAND AND INVESTMENT fT
Omaha. Neb. Y M991 Dl
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Proposals for an Addition to tha
Pavilion in RIvervlew Park
According to plans and specifications pre
pared by J. P. Outh. architect. 616-17
Paxton Blk.. will be received until No
vember , ISoS. at 6 p. m.. at the office
of the architect. A certified check for
5 per cent of the estimated cost must
accompany each proposal.
J. P. GL'Til, Architect, 516-17 Psxton Blk.
EXCELLENT barber shop In a thriving
Nebraska town of 1.500 Inhabitants. Three
chairs, large mirrors, hath room outfit
complete with two tubs. Cigar case, etc.
Doing big business. Sixty live mugs; will
take $!i or will consider trade on good
piece of land. Other business tnteiets
require that the owner dispose of shop at
once. KKRK-BHALLCkuSS CO.. 1614
Farnam St., Omaha. Neb. Y M294 6
No charge for treatment at Crelghton
WANTED Pauents, at Dentsl college.
Treatment free. Y M541 Novll
BAKERY for rent-. 1718 Nicholas St.;
rent reasonable. Bemls, Paxton block.
MINES and mining and Industrial stocks
bought and sold. Robt. C. Druesdow,
Stock Broker, 8v9 N. Y. IJfe Bldg.
WE OWN property surrounded by mines In
the famous Bullfrog distrlrt In southern
Nevada. For particulars address the Ne
vada Standard Gold Mining and Milling
Co.. 89 New York Life Bldg.. Omaha,
Neb. Y M: Dl
WANTED Partner In prosperous business;
a wise, wide awake man preferred.
Herafeldl. Windsor Hotel. Y-152 Bx
FOR SALE Public gas plant in one of the
best county seats in Nebraska. Ex
ceptional opportunity for right party. Ad
dress Y-lBi. Bee. Y M260 6x
PHYSICIAN of experience wants a loca
tion. Address H 476. Bee. Y M333 Bx
A hark line and stand in Omaha; all In
grod repair; doing a good business; can
take good house end lot aa part payment.
See or 'phone Scars, room 621 N. Y. Life.
'Phone Douglas 315u. Y 1E4 &
I VNP.TAn High-grade 1S7 Calendars,
-Hr.! s- K- eorner 16th St. and
Si JORVE, Capitol Ave. -782
JOH printing and binding. Springer Print
ing Co., 2J6 N. 17th. Tel. Douglas J071.
M569 Nov 10
CENTRAL PRINTING CO.; fin Job work;
typewritten lelters. 110 8. 17th St.. H4
blocks north Bee Bldg. M644 Novl2
COMPLETE line of 1907 calendars. Snell
Printing Co.. 310 p. nth Pt. M135 D2
MRP. FAUST will gi ld.? you in all th af
fair of life; her predictions i reliable;
she tells everything: complete life rend
inr'. ladles &n ren's. gentlemen $V 19 as
c uniing St. 'Phone DougUs-4122
S 316 25x
The leading iwlnnst of Omaha.
Revelations of past and future described
Tarlors, 113 S. 16th St., Opp. Boston Smre.
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholestila
prices. Save on every article. Only flisi
clsss goods hanlded. Pivmpt attention to
every order. Bend for catalogue. R. K
Karol, 2 Harrison Si., Chicago, 111.
LYNCH BROS Repair work our specialty.
118 N. lath St. Tel. Douglas 14,7.
Great We atern Qranlt Co. Dong la UiL
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
J. M. Maefariand. $06 N. Y. L. Bldr TL
Doug. 4KS8 iu Nov
Go With Us
On one of our regular excursions
to where you can buy fine farm
and ranch lands' at 83 to 86 per
acre on easy terms. The U. P.
K. K. 1 cloving out It lands in
Western Nebraska, Kansaa, Colo
rado and Wyoming.
For Information regarding landa
and excursion rates apply
LAND AGKXCV V. I. R. R.
Dept. B, 816 8. Ittb. cHf'.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
MIPS 1RMA SPRINGER, piano e.,,s.
cents. 1.V0 ,i tlat St., Walnut Hill car.
CHATELAIN School of languages pHy
snd evening classes. French. German,
Spanish; fencing. Davlilg Bldg.
WETMOUE Detective Service. 'Phono P.e,l
74"l. Rooms 13 and It. Union Block. i.,tii
and Farnam. M92 16
RAILWAY TIME CARD
l MO STATION TETtTU AM) MARC Y
ever lain luniiea i i:w im a pm
Th Chin and Japan
Fast Mail .. .a 4.15 pm a 6:10 pm
Colo. A Calif. Ex.... ...a 415 pm a 8:30 am
California A Or. Ex..a 4:25 pin a 6:10 pm
IO Angeles Limited, all ::) am a 10 45 pm
Fast Mail a 1:65 pin a 3:30 pm
Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
North Halt Local. ...a 8:10 am a4:00piu
Beatrlc local b 3:15 pm b :00 pm
Chicago Express a 8:00am a 8:56 put
Chicago Limited a 0:00 pm a7:30ara
( hlcttao A oM h western
Cedar Rapids I'asa
Twin City Express
Chicago 1xm-s1 ....
Sioux City Local..
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I hlcaii), MtlTraalcea
Chi. and Colo. Special. ..a
6 am a 7:89 am
California and Or. Ex. 6:46 pm
Overland Limited a 8:86 pin
Marion & Cedar R. Loo.b 6:40 am
a 8:10 pin
a 9:30 am
11 :U) pm
Chicago Great W est era
St. Paul & Minneapolis. 8:30 pm
& Minneapolis. 7:46 am
Express 7:46 am
Fx pre 8:30 pm
Hook lalaaat Jk Paclflo
Chicago Limited.. ...... .a :2S am
Iowa Local a 7:00 am
Chicago Mail a 8:16 am
Iowa Local bl2:16pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex.).. a 4. 0o urn
a 7:10 am
a 4:30 pm
a 6:46 pin
b 9:56 pm
a 1.4b pm
a l:lf am
Chicago lowa Limited). a. i:8u pm
Rocky Mountain Llm. ..a 7:20 am
Colo, and Cal. Express. a 2:01 pm
Okl. and Texas Ex a 4:40 pm
Lincoln, Fairbury and
Belleville a 8:50 Pm
a Dally, b Dally except .Sunday.
Missouri Paclfla .
Pt. Louis Express a 9:00 am a:80nm
K. C. and 6I U Ex..,..Jl:lb pm a tM pra
Wa baa li
Ht. Louis Express a 6:80 pm a 8:40 am
St. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) a 9:15 am a!0:30pm
b 6:06 pm bll:S0ain
BT'RLIXGTON STATIOSi-lOt h MASOX
Denver A- California. ...a 4:10 pm
Black Hills a 4.10 pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm
Northwest Express all:lo pm
Nebraska Express a 9:10 am
Nebraska Local a 8:00 am
Lincoln Fast Mail b 2:00 pm
Ft. Crook Plattsm'th.b 2:50 pm
Bellevue & Plattsm'th. .a 7:50 am
Bellevue & Pac. June... a S:30 am
Bellevue Pao. June. .a 9:10 am
Chicago Special a 7:26 am
Chicago Express a 8:45
Chicago Flyer a 8:06 pm
Iowa Local a 9:15 am
St. Louis Express a 4:46 pm
Kansas Clty-SL Joe....alO:45 pm
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WEBSTER STATION 10th at WGBITEII
St. Paul, Hlaofapalla 4
Bim b 9 :10 cm
Twin Cltr Passenger..
Sioux City Passenger..
Fmarinn Ttcal -
b 6:20 pm
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except Saturday, c Sunday only.
UPWARD FLIGHT OF DIAMONDS
Dealera Prepare for the Holiday
Trade by Giving; Prlcea
' Diamonds for holiday presents will cost
this year at least 20 per cent more than
they did twelve months ago. AVholesal
Jewelers are now notifying the retail trade
of the iner-ascd prices.
Firms that buy rough stones from th
De Beers syndicate say that one cans
of the Increase In prlcea Is tit unfavor
able assorting in many shipments. Th
stcnes come in sizes, shopes and qualities
that do not yield on cutting as mauy high
grade gems In the commercial sizes as
In former years. Tha siies most sought
for by the Jewelers are from one-halt to
one and one-half carat in weight. Tbo
diamond manufacturers say tliat they are
getting many large stones in cleaving which
ther Is much waste.
Another element Is that of labor, and ac
cording to many manufacturers they now
pay much higher wages than a year ago.
They say the cost of polishing: diamonds
Is almost twlc what It waa a year ago.
Many of the dealers who liny stone cut
and polished in Europe have recently re
turned, after making their annual pur
chases, snd tell the same story of advanc
ing prices as Is heard from the American
manufacturers. The apportionment of
stones by the syndicate, whose control nf
the trad la worldwide, is said to be even
less favorable to the big factories of AnU
werp and Amsterdam than to thos ot
Great depth at which the diamond mines
of the Do Beers company In South Africa
are bing worked is given a tha reason
why stones reach the manufacturers In
less attractive assortments and at higher
prices than formerly.
The company's official report shows that
in the De Beers and Kimberley mines,
on which it lias depended for most of th
productions, the bine ground Is now being
obtained nearly hulf a mile lieneath th
surface of th earth.
Tills ground ha been giving a con
stantly lessening return for tha labor of
treating it. As recently as 1897 the yield
was ninety-two carats per 1U loads, while
last year, according to the company's re
port, the yield had fallen to fort-alx
Outside of the mines owned directly by
the Da Beers company the only source of
aupplies that now reaches the market In
quantities of any Importance Is the nee
Premier mine in Transvaal. Its pro
ductions starting three years sgo wl'.h
les than 15,(00 carats a month, jumped
to approximately 7'j,(s') cirats. This Is
more than one-third of th ordinary D
Beers jield, but the dealers say that the
Premier stones have no thdrmy to lower
prices, as aom predicted would be th
case. New York Herald.
Plaa la alaa.
There Is no market for pins in China.
A consignment of them recently sent tiieie
found no purchasers. "Plus." uya a mem
ber of Ihe Chines legation at Washing--ton.
"cause untidy luiljlts. We have no
plus 111 China. The right way to fasten
things la with buttons and buttonholes, or
Willi loop and ' frogs.- To fasten things
..i 1. ... 1... t.t a ,i,,tl.li
Villi pill in i' oidnv n '
makeshift. To employ pin Is to hecnnia
laiy and slovenly."-New Voik Tribuii.
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