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TUB FALL TERM
BOYLE8 BUSINESS COLLEGE
IS NOW OI'KN.
DAT AND NIGHT.
Student are admitted any day.
New Catalogue Free. Tel. Douglas 194.
Address II. B. Boyles, President.
Boyles Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
113 8. loth Bt.
Tel. Douglas RSI.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Work mnke a spe
claliiy of flra escapee, shutter, doors and
safes. G. Andreen. Prop. 102 8. l"th St.
SIGN FAINT1NG-S. H. Cole, 1:)2 Douglas.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co.. 1010 Fnrnam.
HEFLIN-T,ocksmllh. moved upstairs; en
trance, 10.4 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 2974.
FREE for 10 days, one life sire elegant
crayon portrait and fitted In an excellent
frame lor SI.2&. This Is to advertise our
.50 portrait. Call 10 to 6 o clock. Wal
lace Bristol & Co.. 520 North 11th St.,
near California. R M510 NovlO
BI'RHKR BTAMP8- Western Stamp and
Stencil Co., 312 S. 12th St. Bend for cata
logue R-MtR D6
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Of the Great Bankrupt Sale ol the
E'crflela Piano Co's. Sale of
The Closing Hours of the Big Sale
Finds Us Still With Many of
Our Best Pianos on Hand.
They Must Be Sold Regardless of Price
-3611 Farnam Street.
OMAHA. Oct. 31. The closing hours pf
this big piano event finds us with aomo
of our best styles left and In order to dis
pose of eauh and every piano In this stock
we have odce more cut the price where
you must take advantage If you ever ex
pect to buy a piano. Roniember this nna
will only last for a few d-jvs longer and
If you want one cf these bargains you will
have to move up and act quickly or th
opportunity will be forever lost. Call at
once, day or evening, and let us convince
you that we mean Just what we say. Fine
I'lanrm that sill regularly for li'SO. $275.
;'.''. MS". !T5. H". 1450 ano $500 we now sell
at S7. $37. $118, $1.18. $158. $178, $198, ?118, $138,
Second-hand uprights and square for
vour own prices and organs taken In ex
change for little or nothing. Remember a
mail payment down and small payments
monthly you can take udvantage of these
prices. 1 Call at once at isu r-arnam Bt.
'-317 U X
TWO Beeley letter cabinets, In good condl
tlon. made of walnut and have two draw
ers each. Call at Bee business office and
get a bargain. (J 141:
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the world in
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments.
Brunswlck-Haiku coiicnaar, u o. iota Bt,
SEND us your mall orders for drugs:
freight paid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. 1
MILK cows, easy terms, 43d and Center.
SODA FOUNTAIN, any size. 181 Farnain.
PHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., best mixed
paint, Bherman Jb McConnell Drag Co.,
HALL'S safes, new, 2-d hand. 1818 Farnam.
FOR SALE Empty Ink barrels. Inquire of
J. H. campbejl, wee mau room. 615
FOR BALEi Empty packing cases, cheap
Address U 88, Be office. Q 444
TO IISPOSE of household goods and
stoves call at 709 HO. loth. Doug. ilbl.
Hniu.ll com. (J MaU
Nails $1 keg. Star Box Co., 1807 St. Mary's av,
q M941 SO
ONE (t-lnch Jenkln's valve for sale. Apply
. 11. unogea, engineer, tire rsiag.
FOR SALE Show oases and counters. In
llrst class lOnitdlon; must be sold at
once. 612 N. 16th. Q M278 x
ENTIRE household furniture for sale, at
once. 712 N. 22d Bt. Q MJ06
TO SEIJj OR BUT Furniture, stoves,
harness, wagons, typewriters, organs
pianos. Cull DougIas-b62, or 70 8. iHth
Bt. q an
l-X)R BALE Iron hd complete. In good con
dltlon. 8(1 N. 35th. O 8
M UNREDEEMED overcoats at a bar
gain, .-k N. lbib St, Q S4o ix
Do You Wish to Lfake a Change
If you have a farm, home, business or
property that you want to sell or ex
change, write us.
OIOBK LAND AND INVESTMENT T,
Omaha, Neb. Y-MSSl LI
EXCELLENT barber shop in a thriving
Ncbraoka town of 1.500 inhabitants. Three
chairs, large mirrors, bath room outtl
complete with two tubs. Cigar case, et
Ikiliig big business. Kixty live mug: wi
1, ike S"0 or will consider trade on good
piece of land. Other businese Interests
require that the owner dispose of shop a
nnce. K KRK-SH ALlf KUSli t.'O . ltH
Farnam St., Omaha. Neb. Y M34
No charge for treatment at Cretghton
WANTED Patients, at
BAKERY for rent; 171$ Nicholas St.;
rent reasonable. Bemis, Paxtou block.
MINKS snd mining snd Industrial stocks
bought and sold. Rout. C. Druesdow.
Stock Broker, $ N. Y. Ufe Bldg.
WE OWN property surroundud by mines in
the famous Bullfrog district In southein
Nevada. For partieulars address the Ne
.id Standard Gold Mining and Milling
- Co.. 8us New York Life Uldg-. Omsha,
Neb. Y M9s9 Dl
WANTED Partner In prosperous business;
a wise. wide, awake man preferred.
Ilerr.leldt. Windsor Hotel. Y 152 5x
FOR SALE Public gas plant In one of the
lievt county seats in Nebraska. Ex
ceptional opportunity for right purtv. Ad
dress Y-157. Bee. Y M250 kx
Klrt HALE Restaurant and confection
er)'. Doing good bl. Am sick and got
to get out soon. Address Box 3. Fair
mont, Neb. Y J53 in
y. J. LARSON CO.. patent lawyeis; !
patent book lice. Bee Bldg., Oniilia. Neb. I
FHARPR MACHINE WORK S I'alents
pxx'iireil, tnveniioiis developed, drawings.
patterns, castings, machine work. i4-i,i2
8 lot It St. 734
PATENT procured and sold, 1 fee. Nat'l
hiv.-.iiii, m Co., Douglas iilwk, ih audi
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED YflCNTt MEN OF GOOD
HABITS Age II to 35, to prepare for fire
men, and brakemen on all the leading
railroads and for new roads 1,11 being
completed; experience unnecessary; fir
n -.en. $l"0 per month; brakemen, $0 pc
month, l!h rapid promotion to engineer
lid conductor. MsiA' positions now open.
National Hv. Trslnlng An n, X. Pax
ton block. Omaha, Neb. B-102 Ul
F IN NKED of a position we ran place
alls for Bookkeepers, Stenographers,
I 'Inrlia c, .. H..n.,,l lh ,r.,,1i'
western rkk. pond Assri inc.).
St'-2 N. V. Life Bldg.
WANTED Men to learn barber trd-: few
weeks complete; tool given; positions
n a Miner: qualified Instructors. t;idy prac
tice, registered diplomas; board provided
If desired fall -or write Moler Barber
College, in Farnam St.. Omaha.
B M120 x
WANTED Five hoys; Rood wage; perma
nent job. A. D. T. Co.. 212 8. 13th St.
DRL'n 8TORK3 bought and fold; drug
cieras wanted. F. v. Kneist, t. in. i. l
TOOTHACHE? Free treatment at Crelgh-
ton Dental co lese.
Crown or bridge work. No charge at
Creighton Dental college exrept for ma
terial. B M5I2 Novll
PECIAL contract men; several expert
special contract life Insurance men desired
Immediately. Rupert F. Fry, Special
Kiipt., Mason Bldg., Houston. Tex.'
B M968 9x
M'STLERS out of employment can do well
to call on us; pay weekly, c f . Aosms
Co., 1619 Howard. B-M1W D2
WHAT la woman? One of God's moat
agreeable blunders. What la Cel-Pep-KOT
Ask barman. It sobers up quick.
B 151 Bx
EXPERIENCED sewer diggers.
S. l;th St.
B 146 5x
WANTED A young man to learn the
sheet music business; small salary to
start; must play popular music at sight;
references. Address A VS. Bee.
RFPRKPKNTATIVK wanted In this city
for leading Automobile School. liberal
terms to right man. No "has been" or
fakir need apply. References reiulred.
Correspondence School of Automobile, 40
West 60 St.. New York City. B--3&2 fx
WANTED 3 boyi
Omaha Box Co.,
WANTKP At once.15 boys 18 or 17 years
old. See Mr. W illlams, order department,
basement. The Bennett Company. .
B M.KS 8
MAT.K help wanted, book binders, compe
tent head stamper in open snop. 1 nuiy
dollars per week 64 hours, 52 weeks In a
year. Address Postofflce Box 2fl. New
York City. B M.T17 6x
WANTKP i good coatmakers, prices start
$8.50 upwards at Hemey Bros., Lincoln,
Neb. o ow J-x
WANTED First-class watchmaker; good
salarv to right party. A. Mandeiherg,
1522 Farnam. B M36
BOYS at once for factory work. Bern is
Omaha Bag co. a an
WANTED Experienced man on waxed
floors; young man to take car or omce.
Address M 4X0, Bee. B M373 8x
FIRST-CLASS coatmaker wanted: guaran
tee steady work; flrst-clasa pay. patt
Bros., St. Joseph, Mo. B M.170 8
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Girl for general housework;
good wages; no washing. Inquire 704 No.
23d St. C-M879
WANTED A good cook;
quired. 3612 Farnam.
A COMPETENT girl for general house
work; references required. Mrs. Robert
Dempster, 3527 Harney. C 968
Mrs. Mursh. 804
WANTED A girl for general housework.
1822 Blnney Bt. at 0
GIRIS wanted for making paper boxes;
good and healthy work; good wages
earned. Eggerss-O'Flyng . Co., 15th and
Leavenworth Sts. C M241 6x
WANTED Clerks for our new book depart
ment. Experience prelerrea, but not
necessarv. Apply to E. J. Brewster. J.
L. Brandels & Sons. C M281 6
GIRL for general housework, small fam'ly.
small houxe. Tel. iiarney lxw. or call
3it Howard. C M283
WANTED A good
cook; wages $6 per
Mrs. Ben Cotton. 432
week; 3 in ramiiy.
8. 38lh Ave.
WANTED A girl to assist In general
housework, small family and good wages,
and good houis. 29 Farnam Bt.
. C-M297 6x
WANTED A good nurse girl for 2 chil-
ilren; $25 per month; references required.
Mrs. Ben Cotton, 432 S. 38th Ave.
Apply to manager Dellone
SHIRT WORKERS WANTED AT KING-
GRAHAM, MFG. CO.. 11TH AND JACK
SON. 1 C M357
WANTEaJ 50 girls to work on coats and
skirts In alteration room. S. Fredrick
Berger &. Co., 1517 Farnam. C 150 S
NEW sleeve protector for office and house
work; samples free this week; other nov
elties. Ladles Supply Co., 3253 Prairie
Ave., O., Chicago. J M635 Novl2x
SALARY and commission will be paid to
an old line life man of experience. Ad
dress Box lltto. Lincoln. Neb.
AGEKTS WANTED We have 2S,m0 acres
Panhandle. Texas, land ror sale, near
Hereford, In Deaf Smith and Palmer
counties, Texas. We run our own special
train the first and third Tuesdays each
month, consisting of Pullman rind dining
cars, for the convenience of our agents
and their customers. Join us Agents
wanted. Address I. U. Wiley
Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
W ANTED Two energetic men .to travel
for Minneapolis wholesale liouae; will pay
$7n to l- per month and expenses to
start: will meet suitable parties In St.
Joseph about November 12; excellent op
portunity for young men to get start.
Address at once, F. W. Potts, Minneapolis,
Minn. I M2M7X
WANTED Situation in city as stenog
rapher, by young lady experienced; ref
erences. Address K-478, cure Bee.
YOUNG man . wants to work In lunch
room to learn business; some experience:
wages ligltt; references best. Please tell
proprietors. Address Y 158, Omaha Bee.
A M:36 9x
SITUATION wanted by young expert
stenographer. Chicago and St. I.ouia ref
erences. Address L 479 car B;-e.
A Ml3 lx
FOR EXCHANGE An up-to-dats drug
stock, $6.Vi. to exchange for Houth Da
kota or Iowa land. Globe Land and In
vestment Company, Omaha, Nebraska.
IF YOU do not 1nd what you want In this
column, put au ctd in and you will soon
get It. Z-9.12
FOR EXCHANGfc A number of good first
mortgage loans and good lands to ex
change for groceries or a general stock of
merchandise. Ulob lnd and Investment
Company, Patterson Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUT. 8ECOND-HAND
furnltuie. stoves! carpets, clothing and
' shoes; pay the best piices. Tel. Douglas
1 tiil. N-5S4 Novll
I W ANTKD lo buy. 10 acres improved, some
fruit, near Ueusou. Addlea den 0 lo-ige.
A CLERK OR A SALESMAN? :: :: :: A GARDENER OR A COACHMAN?
PUT A WANT AD L
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
WILL RENT, to gentleman one front room
In new, modern apartment house; re w
furniture, never before used; steam heat
and electric lights; bath adjoins room;
only two blocks from postnmce and on
principal car line; will make It home
like; no children In family. Price, $12
per month. Address J-477, care Bee.
E 334 26 X
ROOMS furnished. Fine cheip rent.
Private home of 4 young people who
desire company more than monev Tlano,
all modern, Including heat, 2210 Ponpleion.
E .151 6
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Doug. 611. O.M.E. Hauls Trunks
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
American or European; steam heat.
ki i fufnlfhed rooms; new house; one
block north of Farnam car; gentlemen
only; every modern convenience; hot
water heat. 107 8. 31st St. E-115 Nlx
rFv. ,arr. southeast room; nicely fur
nished; ail conveniences: electric lipht and
gas. 'Phone Douglas 3S37. 217 S. 25th St.
TWO furnished rooms on car line: all mod
ern; In new brick flat 3113 Leavenworth
St. E 149 6
TWO furnished front' rooms with or with
out hoard: modern. 612 N. Tlst St. Phone
Douglas 6156. E M254 6x
FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms. 1114
24th. E-M3.H 6
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611. O.M.E. Hauls Trunks
hotel; private dining
THE ROSE, 203) Harney St., nicely fur
nished, warm, comfortable rooms. Good
board. F 480 2Ux
ITH board, south Toom. suitable for two.
Address D-472, Bee. F M298 lOx
FRONT parlor for two. with board. 115
24th Bt. F M 8
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
SUITE of 4 rooms
first floor. 6H5 8.
Bemls, Paxton BIk.
In the Ormond, on
28th St.; rent. $28.
FOUR pleasant rooms unfurnished or
partly furnished. 1214 North 2oth St.
G M334 7x
FOUR nice, large, unfurnished rooms, first
floor, strictly modern; easy walking dis
tance. 624 South 2th Ave. G MX 6x
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
Low Priced Offices
Two rooms, 620 and 607, at $16 each.
A good place to be In the winter time.
The Bee Building
Ask for Mr. Baker, Supt., who will bu
pleased to show you these rooma
A VERY DESIRABLE office, room 648,
with south and east light, is partitioned,
one room being 6-11x19-8 and the othi-r
19-8x21-7; has large sixe fire-proof vault;
Janitor service and electric light free.
This Is one of our best suites of offices In
the building. See Mr. Baker, Supt., Bee
Bldg., lvtn ana f arnam. I 5o
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office,
city hall building, 417 N. 25th St., South
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1134
FOR RENT Large corner store room.
18th and Vinton Bts.. $.10. C. M. Bac h
mann. 434 Paxton BIk. I M621
THE two store rooms, with basements,
at 708-705 8. 18th street; $W per month
Inquire R. C. PETERS CO.,
Ground Floor, Bee Bldg.
BUILDING 1006 Farnam, will be vacant
November 15; 22x100; 9 floors and base
ment. Apply 314 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
DESK room In one of the large offices,
partitioned off. $10 per month. See Mr.
Baker. Supt. Bes Bldg. 1621
8TORE ROOM. Wth and Harney, 25x100 ft.
Can be vacated about Dec. 15, 1906. Ad
dress F 440. Bee I M859
FOn RENlVStore room; a S-story building,
22x1.12 feet, with lease for 3 years; best
central location In the heart of Omaha's
business district; well ventilated and
lighted: rent reasonable. Apply at 1512
Howard Sr 1343 7
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED A home to take In emergency
cases, such as scarlet fever, diphtheria
and measles. Must lie without children.
Will pav well for same. Call at Heulth
Office, "City Hall. Telephone Doiiglus
601. K M91S
A FARM within 4 miles of Omaha and
Co. Uluffs 8lreet Ry. Address S 4ti7. Bee.
DESK room wanted In good office by In
surance man. Address B 470, care Bee.
K M371 7
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN Little
Irish Terrier, from Clinton H. Brings'
residence. West Dodge St. Reward and
no questions asked If returned to 132U
Farnam St. Lost M349
LOST lady's gold watch, with T. P. A.
fob, Saturday .afternoon. Reward for re
turn to Bee office. Lost 3 H) 6x
STRAYED My old brlndle bulldog; very
thin: without collar; near Tt2i llirne.
Who's seen him? Harry lu. Moores.
LOST Eye glasses In case,
to 12X S. Xth St. Reward.
Ixmt 348 ox
I VNf.TAn High-grade 1907 Calendars,
LinoaiftL; B K corner 16th St. and
& JORVE, Capitol Ave. -782
lOB printing and binding. Springer Print
ing CO.. i6 N. 17th. Tel. Douglas 9071.
' M569 NovlO
CENTRAL PRINTING CO.; fine Job work;
typewritten letters. 110 8. 17th St.. 1
bloc ks north Bee Bldg. M644 Novli
COMPLETE line of 1907 -calendars. Snell
Pri ntiii g Co . 310 B. 12th St. -MV.g D2
MLS FAUST will galde you In all the af
fairs of life; her predictions are reliable;
she tells everything: complete life read
ing; ladles ftu cents, gentlemen $1. 16U6
Cuming St. 'Phone Douglas-4122.
S 816 lx
The leading iialmist of Omaha.
Revelations of past and future described.
Parlors. 113 S. lull St., Opp. Boston Store.
WFTMORB Detective Service. 'Phone Red
THOl. Rooms 13 and 14. Union Block. 15(o
and Farnam. rM-U
Great Western Granite Co. Douglas tsO.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
J. M. Macfarland. 80 N.
U Bldg. Tel
DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, lOOfi.
THE DEE AND
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
"WEST FARNAM HOME
One of the nicest homes In the West
Farnam dlslrict. on n lot SHxlfvi, all mod
ern, new and nice, good nlghlorhoid,
near car all one can ask for In the way
of a nice, complete home. Parties leav
ing the city and must sell at a sacrltlce.
See me st once if you want It.
SEARS. ROOM 521 N. Y. LIFE.
'Phone Douglas 315i. RE 348 (
To Grading Contractors
Bids will be received for Im
mediate removal of 30,000 cu.
yds. All machine work.
GEORGE & CO., 1001 FARNAM.
RE M276 7
3 STORY BRICK CORNER
NEAR BUSINESS CENTER
SNAP FOR QUICK SALE
1. CONNER, NEVILLE BLOCK.
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
A splendid stock and grain farm of 323
acres, 7 miles from South Omaha. A good
house, barns, sheds, etc., good orchard,
plenty of water, good fences, good railroad
and Interurban facilities; have R. F. D.
and telephone. Price for the next 30 days,
LEMUEL NORTON, FORT CROOK. NEB.
A 9-room house $2,000.
A 6-room house $2,500.
A 6-room hoiMc-$i.5t'0.
A 5-room house 41,100.
Will acll the above snaps If taken at once.
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Patterson Block. RE 4897
WANTED We have large "sltmand for
homes and Investment property on the
south side of railroad tracks, and acreage
property In the vicinity of Ouiaha. If
you have such, send us description and
price, and we will sell It for you. Berka
& Co., 9! New York Life Bldg.
RE M 290
TWO modern houses at the southwest cor
ner of 31st and Cuss Sts., with ground on
which to build another house. Paved
street, east front, nice shade trees. Mnke
me an offer for one or both.
Room 1. N. Y. Life Bldg.
KERR-SH ALLCROS9 CO.'B ABSTRACTS
OF TITLES are the safest. You are pro
tected by a $10,000 bond against loss by
errors. You don't buy a law suit when
you buy a "Kerr" abstract. Ifil4 Farnam,
Tel. Doug. 47. RE-
BEAUTIFUL KOUNTZE PLACE-Modern
home, hot water heat, 75-ft. front: space
for another house; small house taken as
part payment. See owner, 1921 Wirt.
ALL modern 9-room house and lot for sale
at a bargain. 922 No. 19th REM910
FOR SALE FARMS
320 ACRE FARM for sale In the Republi
can Valley, no better land than this for
alfalfn, corn, wheat or oats. Will sell
horses, hogs, cattle and farm machinery
with the farm If so desired. Thla prop
erty belongs to a company that wants to
dissolve and desire to divide up Write
for terms etc.. to Moore Merc, Co.,
Franklin. Nebraska. - M-M136 lOx
THREE farm bargain. Write J. T. Camp
bell. Litchfield. Ksb. H-M915 NISx
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
$ $ $18 $
MONEY, TO LEND
SALARIES. FURNITURE, PIANOS,
HORSES AND WAGONS.
This U your opportunity to get money
iy inose lime "" -V.
range your affairs now so tuai wnen u;" .., .....
cold weuther comes you 'will only have
one company to owe. '
You can repay us In small weekly or
nionthly payments, best suited, to your In
come; amounts paid before due, full rebate
is ALWAYS feirowed.
Reliable Credit Co.
Rooms 307-308 Paxton Block.
Corner Farnam and Sixteenth Sts.
FIND IT NECESSARY TO
give us a trial, after which we will by fnjr
treatment attempt to retain your patronage.
We loan from $10 up on furniture, pianos,
live stock, etc. We also make loans to
without mortgage or endorser. We transact
business quickly and quietly. We do not
(induct interest in advance. We ajways try
to please our patrons.
Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.
119 Board of Trade Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 2286.
(Established 1892), 806 8. 16th St.
and others furnished money upon their
own names, without security; easy pay
ments; offices In 63 principal cltlus. Save
yourself money by getting my terms first,
t). H. TOLMAN,
714 New York Lite Bids.
DR. PRIBBENOW S MONEY,
loaned on furniture, salary, pianos, horse
etc.. In any amount; less than half rales;
perfect privacy; Immediate attention; any
terms wanted. Payments susended when
sick or out of work. 214 Karbach BIk.
South 15th St. K-7U6
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advances private money on chattels or
salary; easy to get; do red tape; you get
money same day asked for at small cost.
Open evenings till 7. X 842
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE; reliable, accom
modating; all business coundeutlul. laol
Douglas. X 844
MONEY losned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, horses, cows, ate C. F. Reed. 310 8.
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loads.
Duff Green Lban Co., room 8, Barker
CHATTELS, salary and jewelry loans
Foley Loan Co., 1S04 Farnam St. X-840
CHATTEL and salary loans.
Credit Co., 633 Paxton block.
WORTH considering. Isn't It. when Mo
rand's Dancing Bcnool for adults will sell
you a ticket good for 11 lessons at the
reduced price of, ladles $4. gentlemen $5,
which will teach you how to dance per
fectly, Former pupils $1 less. Three as
sistants lo help beginners. Call or Tel.
Douglas 1041. Fall terms begins Friday,
Nov. 2, 8 p. m. 66rN-14
DRESSMAKING In family or at home.
Miss Sturdy. 2tut Davenport. 'Phone Har
ney 2kl2. ' M72
M DOW ELL system of dressmaking and
cutting; patterns cut to measure; lessons
Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Ih23
fnrnain. . nlsJ3 N'-'L.
DR. BOWSER, Svtr
418 N. Y.
ONE OR ALL QUIOaY
FOR RLNT HOUSES
21.23 Bristol St., 8 rooms, entirely modern.
gus range, storm winnows, winnow
similes, full lot, paved street, close to
c-ir line. $.15
1US South 3oth avenue. 11 rooms, modern,
:i:23 PhcIIIc St., 8 rooms, modern.
1 Pouih ih. 8 rooms, modern, '..
3?!7 Cuming St.. 8 rooms, $21.
22-J3 S. CMh St.. 8 rotin cotMue. $C1.W.
?223 Burt St.. 4 furnished rooms, modern,
4249 Harney St., 4 room ft.it, $ij.
2WS North 2F.th, rooms, SIS.
2?n North 241 h St., rooms. $19.
256 Sadler St., 5 room cottage, $12.
Hastings & lieyden,
1701 Fnrnam St
25th Ave. and Half Howard
Sts., 6 and tj rooms each, mod
ern In every respoct; rent,
$37.50 and $40.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 FARNAM.
D M274 10
9mi7 Decatur, H rooms, city water, $13.50.
2S29 Decatur. t rooms. $15.
2i3 S. 9th St., fi rooms, modern, $J3.
210 Dewey Ave., all modern, $40.
718 S. 13lb- St., two noors and basement,
THE BYRON REED COMPANY,
Phone Doug. 297. il2 S. tth St.
D Mltvj 6
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 1H.'5. Schmnller &
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
In all parts of ths city. R.
C. Peters ac Co., llee Bldg
UnTTQlTS In all parts of the city. The
tlUUGiiiO q F- Davis Co., Bee Bldg.
HOUSES. Insurance. Ringwalt, Barker BIk.
OMAHA Van & Storage Co.. pack, move,
store H. H. goods; storehouse 1120-24 N.
19th. Office. 1511 Fnrnam. Tel. Doug. 1559.
A NICE modern 7-room house In fine re
pair, new. Just what you want. Call tele
phone Harney 1H73 or Douglas 20S1. Im
mediate possession. E. E. Huntley, owner,
319 Board .of Trade. D M176
FOR RENT Nice 7-rooin house, $16.00. ?C41
For Rent Fine flat, all modern, good fur
nace. 4'6 8. 25th Ave. William K. Potter,
receiver. 31 Brown BIk. D M870
tsTflT? A f JTv Household goods, inir-chandi-v.
etc Fred Lu.th
Transfer Line, 1W3-5 Farnam St.
WE MOVE pianos.
Maggard Van & Stor-
age Co. Tel. Doug. 1496.
Oftlce, 1713 Web
SEE us when ehipping household goods to
larpe cities west. We can save vou money.
EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY CO., 214 N.
Sixteenth St. Tel. Doug. 1195. D 689
FOR RENT 9-room douse, all modern; fur
nace; $25 C. M. Buchmann, 436 Paxton
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO.
storage and transfer. Bent storage house
In the city. Immediate attention given.
1629-S1-3J N. 16th St. Tel. Douglas 4619.
FIVE ROOM house, 1312 8. 4!h St. now
being put In perfect condition; vent, $10.
Eemls. Paxton BIk. r M399
CENTRAL, steam, modern T- room house,
Tixard, 220 N. 23d. D Mbl6
5-ROOM cottage, city water, $7.00. Breen
& Bloom, 613 Bee Bldg. D M789
4 RdOMS, modern flat; adults. 1112 So. llth.
I WD DUMTl.rm au. ,a . ,
pair, opposite Hanscom park $33. 'Phone
Douglas 023. D 153
NEW modern cottage and a 5-room flat,
close In. Apply Clinton H. Brlpus. 1320
Farnam St. 'Phone Doug. 2224. D 9a6 6
FOR RENT After November 1, 8-room
house, all modern except, furnace, $20.H).
C. M. Bachman. 436 Paxton Block.
FOR RENT Nov. 10, six rooms, modern.
2626 Dodge, $25. Inquire at 2628 Dodge.
D M2M 6x
FOR RENT 5-room, modern house, 26th
and Chicago; easy walking dlstnnce. C. W.
Blixt, on premises or First Nat l bank.
220 N. 23d.
NICE 3-room cottage;
South 25th St.
MODERN 7-room house, 205 Bristol St.
D 344 7x
FOR RENT Modern, 9-room, brick house,
1126 South 31st St.; $40 per month.
Thoniaa Brcnnnn, room 1 N. Y. Life
MODERN DWELLING Eight largv rooms,
excellent repair, t45.tK, vacant November
W. L. SICLBY.
440 Board Trade Bid.
Phone Douglas 1510. D M373 9x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. i and iVi
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans
nd warrants, w.
ac Co, 1220 Farnam Bt.
BUILDING loans on residence property;
per cent. W. B. Melkls, Ha nig e BIk.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block,
PRIVATE MONEY F. D, Wsad. 1530 Doug.
81,000.000 TO LOAN on business and real,
dance properly In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Bronnan. R. L N. Y.
Life. W 471
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters Co.
City at farm loans. O. F. Carson Co.. N Y L,
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas. 505 First National Bank Bldg.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
MISS IltM A SPRINGER, piano lessons, 50
cents. 1320 N. 41si St., Walnut Hill car.
CHATELAIN School of languages Day
and evening classes, French. German.
Spanish; fencing. Davidge iildg.
WINES AND LIQUORS
SOL 8. GOLD8TROM Whiskies, wines and
liquors for family use. Mall orders given
prompt attention. S' nd for price list.
South Omah.i. Neb. Opposite Stock Yards.
HESS A SWOBuDA. 1115 Farnam.
L. HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. Tel. Doug.
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing,
5c Pr lout. 2U6 N. 17th Si. Tel. Ra sh.
PEW l.N'n ma.hlnes rented, any ml;e, 7":
per week 01 $J i per month. Hei-ond-hnnd
machines for eaV, '-.(J and up.
Neb. Cycle Co., 15th and ,,MI "cy'l-713
IR. ROY, chiropody. Doug. B4J7. 1FJ6 l"r-
miVATK CONF1NKMKNT 1 1 0 M H. Mrs
Buttons, H -idling.
1'vclnc and cleaning, sponging an1 'drink
ing; only 5c per yard. Send lor price list
111)1. D.MAN PLEATING CO.,
m DohcIm ui,.l Tel Douglas l...t.
CITY 8 T E A M.
THE SALVATION ARMY cliclt cast off. 1
clothing; In fact, anything you uo not
need; we collect, lir.ilr mid ell, at "4,
N. 11th St., for cost of coll. cling to the (
worthy poor. Call phone Doug. 41 and .
wiifjon will call. I 511 I
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
-Crelghton Medical college. Hth and Dav
enport Sts.; aiectnl attention raid to con
finement cases; all treatment supervised
by college professors. 'Phone Douif. IJ''.
Calls answered day or night. 1
THE CITY GARBAGE CO., office 4th and
Leavenworth Hts. Tel. Doufe-1"" l-; 71J
PURVEYING, Bllckensderfer. 312 Bee Bids.
V 720 .
MAONF.TTn treatment and bath. Mme.
Smlth u8 N. 1 M floor.
CHAMPION carpet cleaning. Doug. 55. U'23
Leavenworth. V Mls6 NovS
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 3s24 N. 24th
St., Omaha, Neb. U Mlu
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 728 First Ave., Council Blults,
In. Tel. 774. U 222
TYPEWRITERS rented, $2.60 per month;
all ninkfs; satisfaction guaranteed. Fox
Typewriter & Supply Co., 1S22 Farnam St,
Af A K! XCiV. Swedish movement, 410 N.
iiuiooAUL 16,h Room 2, necond floor.
U M982 Dl
MOTHER'S BREAD Ask your grocer for
Z. H. Keeder's MOTHER'S BREAD.
A Dollar Free for You
This coupon will lie taken as $1 payment
on n $'0 purchase of shoes, hate or cloth
ing balance paid as you earn it.
HOME CREDIT CI-OTHING COMPANY,
1520 Dodge St., Cor. IGth,
PENNELL Millinery Co., 322 North lhlh
St. ' U-722 Jan 5
RUPTURE CURED-No knife, no pnln, no
detention from business. Call or write
for booklet, etc. QUICK CURE Ki.T
T1 R;: CO.. 611 Woodmen of World Bldg.,
Omaha. jj 72.1
CEIOHTON Dental college. Patients free,
free treatment at Crelghton Iental co
'"8e. U-M540 N 11
C'.,. PALMgUIST. customer shoe maker.
4124 Hamilton St. and 107 8. 15lii St
U-M565 N 10
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax
l?"'a Salve. B. J. Scanell, agent. 5o9 Ware
Elk. itms x- is
THE ACORN Press. Tel. Doug. 3752
Commercial printers. 1510 Howard St.
U M999 N18
TYPEWRITERS All makes, for rent, $2 to
$4 month. Central Typewriter Exchange,
1603 Leavenworth. 'Phone Red-6r99.
U M5t? 26
81RINGE8. rubber goods, bv mail; cut
prices; send -Tor free catalogue. ITyers
Dillon Drue Co., Omaha. U-721
DR8 OGEL private hospital for wonrn
and for ladles before and during confine,
ment. 2319 S. 13lh St., Omaha. Neb.
U M945 SS)
MUSIC TEACHERS WANTED.
$10 to $20 Per Hour Guaranteed.
Illustrated Classwork. Great eUiecesj.
Salary or Commission. Territory
Reserved. No Competition Pos
sible. Correspondence Solicited. Write
PERFIELP PIANO CO..
1611 Farnam St.
U M336 6x
OMAHA Steam Pnste Co. manufactures
pure flour paste. 2210 Cuming. Telephone
Douglas 4521. ij
SATIN skin powder being best made It's
bst for you. Flesh, white, pink, briinet.
TYPEWR ITERS rented, $2 50 per month:
ail makes; satisfaction guaranteed. Fox
Typewriter & Supply Co., 1.822 Farnim St.
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseases,
weaknesses. discharges. Irregularities
cured painlessly' and safely. Wlthneli
block, 15th and Harney, Room 2, Omaha.
BEST nerve bracer for men, "Gray's Nerve
oni fins,- l box, postpaid. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co., Omuha. 7;
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale
prices. Save on every article. Only first
class goods hanlded. Prompt attention to
every order. Send for catalogue. B. F
Karol, 2: Harrison St., Chicago, 111.
LYNCH BROS Repair work our specialty
118 N. loth St. Tel. Douglas 1477.
HORSES & WAGONS FOR SALE
HORSES All kinds. Myers. 1715 Jackson.
P M js6 Dl
FOR SALE Runabout and set of single
iiaiiic... nifjuiie oiv itruson el.
WANTED To buy 8 or 8 horss, 1.3m to
1.4( lbs. See Tom Baker, barn master,
The Bennett Company. I' M369 8
Go With Us
On one of our regular excursions
to where you can buy flue farm
and ranch laiala at $3 to $5 per
acre on easy terms. The U. P.
R. R. Is closing out Its lands In
Western Nebraska, Kansas, Colo
rado and Wyoming.
For Information regarding lands
and excursion rates apply
LAND AGENCY l P. R. R.
Dept. B. 81$ 8. lttn Htrset.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER.
master. Fori Leavenworth, Kars, Oct.
9. li. Sealed proposals. In triplicate,
will be leceived here until 11 a. in.,
central time, November 8. lis, and then
ovened. for constructing the following
buildings, including plumbing snd electru
wiring: Two stables, one double stable
guanl building, eight double sets nori
luiiiinUsioned staff officers' quarters, on"
engineer workshop, two Miiitooti slieds, ut
Fort Lea enworth. Kansas. Full informa
tion snd blank forms of proposal f iiriiislic.
on application to this office, where plans,
and sfeci heat ions may be seen. United
States reserves the right to accept or re
ject any or. all prossnls or any piri
thereof. Envelops to be Indorsed "F'ro
poeuls for I'uhlic Buildings," snd addresxd
to Captain Peter Murray. Quartermaster.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
ISIO STATlJ-TKHITil A D MAICYy
a 8:1$ Pt)
'i'I.a i'hlt,a mnA JfltljLn
Fast Mll a 4:16 pm
Colo. calif. Ex a4;15ptn
California Ac Ore. Lx..a.2pm
I.os Angeles Limited.. all :90 am
Fust Mall 1.55 pm
Colorado Special a 7:46 am
Noith Matte Local... 8:10 am
Beatrice Ixcal bj:16pm
Illinois t entral
Chicago Expreea a, $ 00 am
Chicago Limited a iA pm
I liliiian A orthtratera
Ced.ir Rapids Pass 7:o5am
Twin City Express a 7:50am
thlcsgo Daylight a8:Oam
Chicago I Altai all:30in
Sioux City Loial b i.M pm
Carroll lxjcal a4.32.vm
oux City Local....
a 8:10 m
a 8 30 am
a 6 10 pm
a 1 M pin
a 7 44 am
a 4 :50 pm
b 2 uu pin
a I 55 pni
a S 05 pm
Chicago Express a 5:oO pm
Mall a 8:2a pm
Twin I'itv Limited a 8:25 pm
Overland Limited a 8:38 pm
Chicago I. milled all:ipm
Noriolk-Bonesleel a 7:40 am
Lincoln-Long Pine b 7.40 in
Deudwood-l.mculn a l:W hii
Casper-Shoxhoni a 3:U0 put
Hastings-Superior b 8:UU pm
Fremont-Albion b 6:02 bin
t hi can Mllwaah.ee at St. Pawl
Chi. and Colo. Suecial...a 7:64 am a 7:30 am
California and Ore. Ex. a S:4j pm a 8:10 pm
Overland Limited a8:85pm a:90am
Marion & Cedar R. Lnc.b:4Gnm blLOupm
(Jliicagu (;rent Western
St. Paul & Minneapolis. 8:30 pm 7:10 pm
bt. Paul & Minneapolis. 7:45am 11.50 pm
Clilcami Limited 5:4ipm ' 8:00 am
Chicago Express 7 46 am 11:50 pm
Chlc.igo Express 8 10 pm 82 ft) pm
Chicago, lloek Islaad A PaclSo
Chicago Limited a J 15 am a 7:10 am
Iowa Local a 7:00 am a 4:30 pm
Chicagu Mall a h:lu am a s:4u pm
Iowa Local bL2:lopm b 9:55 pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex.).. a 4.05 pm a 1:45 pm
Chicago (Iowa Limited) a 6.85 pm ai2:10 pm
Rocky Mountnln Llm...a 7:20 am
Colo, and Cat. Express. a 21 pm
Okl. and Texas Ex a 4:40 pm
1 lmnln Fuli-burv and
a 8:18 ara
a 3 66 pm
Belleville a 8.50 pm i0 00 ana
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
Ft. Louis Express a 1:00 am
K. C. and SU L. Ex all.lt pni
a 8 80 pm
St. Louis Express a 6:30 pm a 8:40 am
St. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) a 9:15 am al0:S0 pm
Stanberry Local (from
Council Bluffs). b 5:00 pm bll :80 am
B.URLIXGTON STATIOIV lot h MASON
Denver California. ...a 4:10 pm
Pluck Hills 4:10 pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm
Northwest Express alliio pm
Nebraska Express a 9:10 am
Nebraska Local a 8.00 am
Lincoln Local ,
Lincoln Faat Mail b 2:00 pm
Ft. Crook & Plattsm'th.h 2:60 pm
P.ellevu & Plattsiu'th..a 7:60 am
liellcvue Pac. June... a 8:30 am
Bellcvue & Pac. Juno.. .a 9:10 am
Chicago Special n 7:25 am
Chicago Express a 8:45 ;
Chicago Flyer a 8:06 pm
Iowa Local ...a 9:15 am
St. Louis Express a 4:45 pm
Kansas Clty-St. Joe....al0:45 pm
a i nm
a 9 -L on
a 1.3v 11
a 8 .30 aVi
a MD pm
a 7:05 am
a 8:15 am
a 5 uo pm
a 5:05 pm
b 5:05 pm
a 8:80 pi
" :06 an
a 8 80 pm,
bl0 25 am
a 8:30 am
1 :50 pm
" - ' Wll
a 7:28 am
a 6:46 am
a 6:10 pm
Kansas Clty-Kt. Joe a 9:1b am
Kansas City-SU Joe....s 4:45 pm
W EBSTER STATION 18th WEBSTER
Cblcaao. St. Paul. Minneapolis A
I . 1,1 v.. i ' .t '. ... v .o nlll
b 9:10 pm
Ploux City Passenger. ..a 2:00 nm ill :i.m
I .... ...,11 T .... o I K S-Qn n w . , a
Emerson Local ,...c 8:46 am o 1:50 pm
Missouri Paeltlc, . .
Nebraska Local, via
weeping water a s.au pm D1Z IU pm
a Dally, b Dallyexcept Sunday,
except Saturday, c Sunday only,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Samuel J. Cogan to John L. Splti-
hart. lot 6. block 2, Pope Place $
Adelaide Young Aldcrson and husband
to W. L. Hail grin, Jr., lot 10, replat
block 6, Bemls ParJt
Gertrude James et al. to Lucy E.
James, lot 6. block 5, Van Camp s,
und lot 7, block 10, Hitchcock's....
Kate Keesheii to Joseph Minardi and
wife, lot 8. Redlck's 2d
J. W. Cnrnilchael to Mabel J. Harte,
lot 20, block ltd, Dundee Place
John G. Jacobs and Lillian M. Maul
to McCafiue Investment company,
part lots 3 and 4. block K8, Omaha..
S;;me to same, n22 ft lots 3 and 4,
block Ns, Omahii
Addle Y. Conover and husband to
Charles C. Steurns, nM ft lots 1 and
12. block 2, Slierwjod Park
Will S. Thompson and Paul L Mar
tin to John 8. (.Villus, lot 6, Collins
Janus . Craig and wife to Peter B.
1 1. light, part lot (i. Forties Sub
Jot-eph E. Musgrove and wife to Mary
P. Benedict, lot 8, block 2, L P.
Frances Butterfleld to Ixirentz Ander
son. nVj luts lo and 11, block 3,
Herbert H. Fish and wife to D. V.
Wholes company, inc. part lot 2,
block 5, 1st Sub Grltlin & Smith's....
Tot H I
MINERALS - IN KANSAS LAND
Omaha Capitalists Eagerly Watching
h Government Sarvey Now
Mr. C. E. Klebenthal, assistant goologlst
of the United States gcologogical survey.
has arrived at Baxter Bprlngs, Kan., to
begin a geological survey of the Wyandotte
quadrangle, which Includes the Baxter
Springs mining camp in the Quapaw reser
vation south of lhat clly. This area
reaches from the Kansas line on the north
to a line six miles south- of Grove on thn
south, and from two miles west of Afton
to, und Including a strip Ave miles wide
In Mii-souil, und Is thirty miles long porta
and south and twenty-seven miles wide
east and west. A number of Omaha capi
talists are Interested In this section.
Tho geological work will Include the In
vestigation of the whole area, the a real
mapping of the different formations, and
the gathering of specimens and fossils to
aid In the accurate llthologlc description
and age determination of the formations,
im well as the mineral contents.
In the regions where prospecting snd
mining dave been engaged In, a special
economic survey will be carried on. The
preliminary description of the ore deposits
of th region will probably appear in the
Economic Bulletin, a volume published by
.. , I J.a,.a 1 ..,.l.w.-t .. I 1H T
l niieti r L.i' v. . " . "p, , . , u, .i-j iii tfunv
of each year, giving the advance resultJ
of tho previous year's work. Complete
geological description will appear as the
Wyandotte Geologic Folio. The mining
geology of the area will appear In the
general report. ueaiins wnu in uie ue
posits of the Joplln district which is now
Of almost equHl Interest with the geolo
gic survey of the Wyandotte quadrangle
to the Inhabitants of that region is the
geologic folio of the Joplln district by the
United Stales Geogollcal survey. This re
port prepared by W. S. Tangier Smith and
C. E. riiehenth.il. Is now in press and will
be ready for distribution sbout January
Fun st Ills raaeral
The will of T. I Kerr, a wealthy manu
facturer of Connellsvllle. Pa., Is unique.
After bequeathing all his property to his
Msier, Mrs. Emma Kerr Dunn, he closed
ih dc-cunienl with.
"I don't want a lot of money bquandered
on my- burial. My sister needs the morsy
und any old place will do for my burial. I
. l , . . I ,i r J ,li-,n In 1,A n.11
wain, a uo ' i -' - - - - - e-1 ' fc
bearers. I want J. F. Hailett, John Orr
Geotge Baker and R- Montgomery to serv
and. if they are living, let them carry f
t tl.s. srut p unfi sV.lfn th. irrnm
(J Ml 1114X11 '"T '"-"" ----- vuiii
Is dumped in and 1 am covered let theiV
shake hsnds at Ihe grave, then gcj home J
and take a drink and know that If there la I
a place uereaucr a w.u men invm