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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 190fi.
AdrrrllirmrXa tor Ihfie tslinai
will be taken natll 13 m. (or the
tlf edition and antll p. m. for
the moraine aad Sunday edition.
Raltt 1 l-2c a word flral Insertion,
le a vrord thereafter. Sothln laVra
for lees than Sue for tha ret lirr
tloa. These advertisements mast ba
Artvertlaere, wy rrqntillnc a anm
bercil rbrrk, ran bar ininrn ml
ilreeaed to m numbered letter In care
of Tli Bra. Atiswera so addressed
will ba delivered on preeentatloa of
First Winter Term
Boyle Business Collpge
School of Telegraphy
Mondiy, December 3,
Dy and Nlrrht.
Student arc being admitted every day now.
H B. ROYLES.
President. Boyles Bldg.,
Get the Free Catalogue.
Gas and Electric Reading
Imfrt are always acceptable;
new stock Just In: order now.
818 Bo. lr.th St. Tel. Douglas 6S1.
M ACRES OF TIM BER A3 A
We have BO acres of rood timber three
miles from Vail, la., to give absolutely
free to any one who will take It ofT the
land this winter. National Investment Co.,
63 Douglas Blk. ; R-374
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of Ore escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Andreen, Prop.. Pj2 S. lath St.
; l V R-642
6TGN PAINTING 8. II. Cole, 1302 Douglin.
IOW A Sanitary Cleaning Co., 191 Farnam.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
to USED plsnos and organs must be sold
before Inventory 'datlunry l, 1907. Bee us
for prices and term. '
MATHEWS PIANO CO., 1513 Harney Bt
Q 21b D18
FOR BALE! Numbering stamp, In good
condition. Inquire George R. Wright, Re
FREE music: lessons for I months with each
new piano purchased before January 1.
MATHEWS PIANO CO., Ibis Harney St
y zi; DiJ
BEND us you mail orders fur drugs;
freight paid on 310 lots. Myers-Dlllun
Drug Co., Omaha. Q 647
6HEHWJN-WILLIAMS CO.. best mixed
paint. Sherman McConnell Drug Co.
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand, 1818 Farnam.
A FEW BARGAINS In second-hand soda
fountains; monthly payments. Dertght,
1818 Farnam. Q 4-1
ONE 6-Inch Jenkins' valve lor (ale. Apply
W. H. Bridges, engineer. Bee Bldg.
EDISON'S late phonograph records, 8 doz.
for $16.00. 848 8. 21t Bt. Q M542 17x
GASOLINE ENGINE and wood-working
machinery for sale cheap. Apply Anchor
Fonce Mfg. Co., 207 N. 17th St.
COAL $5.25 ton; burr egg, big slxe, good;
try it; 2 'phones. Harmon & Wceth.
BARGAINS In unredeemed Jewelry. 418 No.
l&th. Q M527 J12
IH'SKER shredder, little used, for nalu
cheap. D. W. Foster, Fectiaur, Neb. i
: Q-MW.l SOX
FOR BALE Empty Ink barrels. Inquire of
J. R. Ch-.lpbell. Bea mail room. Q 618
VOR SALE Remington typewriter No. 8,
In good condition, $57. Inquire Bee busi
ness office. Q 22x
FOR BALE Nearly new No. ( Remington
typewriter. Address S 49, care Bee.
Q M43i) 18 x
BACRIFICE fine pianola nearly new, also
eighteen rolls music for same; coat tJiO
one year ago, will sell for $jo; also Globe
Wernicke book case and binger sewing
machine. Owner Uuvlng city.. 1819 Daven
port. . Q M4M 18x
Do You Wish to Make a Change
It 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 City, lu.
TOWNSEND REALTY. CO., " Fremorit,
Nb., has imp. farms, wild lands, Hock
mdae. for sale. Can use other proporty as
partial payment. Y Miss D17x
TO ACRES. $ acre. Take small house und
lot exchange; 1H acres. J,3io: 26 aoiea. ti
In fruit, $J,2"0; 12 acrea. 8 in fruit, o.uuu.
Close C. B. Alva Smith Co.. Council H)uft
Drue stores for sale. f. V. Knlest, N. Y. Life
FOR BALE Blacksmith and wagon shop;
well located, with extru ood business.
Town&end Realty Co.. Fremont, Neb.
Y M.'i j U2&x
$2,500 GENERAL MERCHANDISE. hO cents
on the doilar, In Gretna, Neb.; can rent
br'ck building with counters and shelv
ing; no other fixtures; few days uiily.
C. It. Eckery, 2229 Locust Bt. Y -M3
A. ONE Investment, U. B Bulcoinba.
'Phone Red f372- Y 716 J 2x
HAIR DRESSING business for sale; finest
lu city. Inquire S14 8. 19th. V MSST 17x
FOR BALE One-half Interest In planeing
nun ana duiiuiiik, new my crunery lu
stalled and building Just f.nlshtd re
modeling. Wlil eell or trade to respond!
ble party a half-interest, or sell entire
pluiit. Good opportunity for some oi.o.
Address H 41. care Bee. Y M9 17x
WANTED Subscribers for 8 per cent ten
year bunds, t be used In permanent
building for establisntd business ut
Omaha. State amount for which you
win sjuscrioe. Address L. i, uee
W. F. BOND A CO. The oldest estab
llshed brokerage house In Goldtleld, Issue
each week a market letter, replete with
news of all Nevada camps and giving
reliable advice on all Nevada stock.
Mailed free regularly to any address
8nd yours. Box 1', aoldfleld. Nev.
. Y-MSC3 17
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy. secondhand furniture,
stoves, carpets, clothing and shoes; pay
tha best prices. Tel. Douglas 3971.
; N-M379 JH
SCHOLARSHIP In business college: stats
price and school. Address M-82, care Bee.
FOR EXCHANGE Jot) acres of good land
lu 'Fremont county, Iowa; price $1imi:
owners want $u.iw to $. stock of hurd
wr or groceries in gond town whero
rent Is not too high; balance cash or -lened.
J. M. Livingston. Nebraaa City,
Neb. Z-M479 Is
IF YOU da not find what you want In this
column put an ao- in and you win soon
DRESSMAKING In family or at home ili
feturdy, 2U1 Chicago. 'Phone lUd 4.i4.
POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES.
FOR SALE hi w and second-hand billiard
aad Kul tables; we lead tha world m
chsap bar natures; easy paymanis.
smuLSwick-Balka-Collsadar, M to. liKh oL
WANTED MALE HELP
WINTER TERM of the Omaha Commercial
College, mtli and f Krnaiii, opens Wednes
day, Jiin. 2. 1!'7. New classes In Rul
m m, Shorthand, Typewriting. Telegraphy,
English, Civil S-rvloe and Penmanship.
Pest tline t.i befrto. Over 5 sav ill be en
rolled. Send for free catalogue giving
full rartli til.irs , ..
KOHRROUGH BROS., .
Omaha, Neb. '
..-. : B-MTx2
WANTED Young mnn for counter work.
Apply a't once. Roaton Lunch. '
HPOTHERHOon OF OWIH.
WANT17I--Orgiri liters with references who
can .handle a-! territory ' In establishing
on" of the best fmternnl and benevolent
onrsnlfatlons; new, attractive nnd unique;
must be able to address a meeting pre.
lhnlnory to Institution, nnd linineliilly
able to come to Wnlla Walla, ' Wash., for
Instruction. Address II. I lyoavllt,
Wall.i Walla. Wash. B M7o4 22
WANTED Men to learn barber trndc; few
wMhn completes; graduates paid. 12 to
$L0 weelclv; can earn expenses before com
pleting If - desired; scholarship Includes
tuition, tools, diplomas, positions or loca
tions; can start In business f ir yourself
with stnull capital. Call or write Moler
Barber College, 1116 Farnam St,
FIFTY llrst-clasa carpenters nnd contract
ors wanted at once at the new town of
Hartley, Tex. Hartley Townsite and
Realty Co. H M540 20x
WANTED Three good, capable, rellablo
accident Insurance agents for 1907; Ne
braska terrltorv; good contracts to the
- right parties. Address 608,- W. O. W. Bldg.
B M641 J8
WANTED For the U. 8. Marine Corps,
men between ages 21 and 35; an oppor
tunlty to see the world. For full Informa
tion apply In person or bv letter to Re
cruiting Officer, Cor. 12th nnd Farnam Sts.
B M4S7 D31
BOOKKEEPER, wholesale, $75.
BWKKKICl'ER. wholesale, JS5. .
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER, Mfg.. $30.
BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRAPHER,
BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRAPHER,
BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRAPHER,
STKW.KlRArilKR, R. R., Xti&.
STENOGRAPHER, youns; man. $45.
THREE OFFICE CLERKS, young men.
$45 to l.'iO.
EXCHANGE CLERKS, young men. must
Sfeak three different languages, $75 to $100.
if In need of a position see us at once
and we will arrange an Interview Imme
diately for applicants desiring considera
tion on any or the above positions. Do not
delay, but nee us at once or write.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS N., INC.,
Suite &40-2 N. Y. Life Bldg.
B 634 18
2 BOOK KEEPERS, $75.
i BOOKKEEPERS and STENOGRA
PH hKS. tno to
3 OFFICE CLERKS, $40 to $50.
Complete list of vacancies furnished upon
request, tall or write.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASSN. (Inc.).,
Suite 240-2 N. Y. Life Bldg.
B M551 17
WANTED Five boys; good wages; perma-
aicruh juu. A. MJ. X. LU., 41 D. IdLU O ...
B 68 1
MEN and boys. Plumbing or bricklaying
you by practical Instructions In threa
months; posltlcn guaranteed; free cata
logue. Coyne Trade School, 4975 Easton
Ave., St. Louis. Mo. B-M807
OLD LINE INSURANCE MEN will make
cnanges or companies during this monm;
one of the best western old line com-
fanles In America has something food
o offer. If Interested write lock box
1195, Lincoln, Neb. B M176 Jl
WANTED A watch. Tou get It for a
iew nours or your time, write at once
to Malena Company, Wnrriorsmark, Pa.
B M130 Feb3x
TWO hustlers to handle a new line Christ
mas articles; city work. 1819 Howard.
B M156 J3
WANTED 3 boys. Omaha Box Co.. East
Omaha. B 200
WANTED Good salesmen In cities and
smuil. towns to sell our IVt per cent gold
bonds and 9 per cent stocks; $100 per
month and commission guaranteed under
8 months' contract; references required.
442-44 Huntington Bldg., Los Angeles. CaL
B M471 D31
WANTED At once, 600 sound young men,
aged IS to 35, for firemen and brakemen
on leading western railroads and for new
roads now being completed; experience
unnecessary; firemen $'i0 per month:
brakemen $75; positions now open; call or
write at once for particulars. National
Ry. Training Ass n. 620 X. Paxton block.
Omaha, Neb. B ML J4
A FIRST-CLASS tinner wanted at once.
Pride Neb. Incubator factory, Sutton,
Neb. B M397 lSx
WANTED Reliable party wllllnc to Invest
ow iu j.'ji'". wnicn win ue amply secureu,
to represent u In any city or town In
brokerage business; $2oo por month guar
anteed, besides full equity for Investment.
Address American Finance and Develop
ment Co., 442 Huntington Bldg., Los An
geles, Cul. U M472 DS1
WANTED A man about 35 years of age
to act us superintendent of a bag factory,
on the Paclllc coast; must he thoroughly
familiar with all branches of manufacture
of cotton and burlap bags. Reply, Box
81, Portland, Ore., stating age, experience,
reference and compensation expected.
B M 174 17
Drug clerks wanted. F. V. Knlest, N. Y. L.
WANTED An all around tailor, steady
work. Address Ed Pascherer, St. Louis
Tailor Shop, Fremont, Neb.
B M377 21
WANTED FEMALE HELP
FOUR or five young women of good moral
character wanted, to tawe in. ,:tnuij
course tor nuikes at the Douglus County
hospital. Fine opportunity tor training
lu medical aad sciglcul nursing under
a competent staff of physlolutm, and
standard diploma at end of training.
Uniform, board and room furnished, with
$0 per month after acceptance. Apr.lv
to superintendent of nurses, Douglas
County hospital, Otn.il. n. Neb. C-UDOl
WE HAVE numerous calls for STENOG
RAPHERS with from one to three years'
experience on the Remington, Smith and
Oliver machines, which must be tllh'd
immediately. If you are In need of a
fiosltlon or looking for a better position
n this line call at once, 'phono or write
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS"N.. INC.,
Suite 84o-2 N. Y. Life Bldg.
C &a 16
GIRLS to operate power machine In shirt
and overall factory; permanent work. M.
E. Smith & Co., 11th and Douglas Sts.
U DOWELL Dresurnaklng school, 1623 Earn.
25 GIRLS at once for steady wora; tood
pay. He mis Omaha Bag Co., entranc off
lllli St. viaduct. C-M315
BOOKKEEPER 111 wholesale houss; must
be quick and accurate, good salary; statu
experience. Addrens 60, Bee.
WANTED A nurse for U-month-oid baby;
reteretiOi'S required. Mrs. W, S. Popple
ton. 204 8. 371I-. St. 0-4K8
GIRL wanted 111 family of three. 210 8.
36th 6t. 'phone Huituy 25tt. C 37b
WANTED Girl for general housework;
good wages. Mrs. W. G. I're, 2ii3 Blnney
St. 'Phone Taylor 4155. . C kw 17
WANTED A girl to assist In housework.
2620 Si. Mary's Ave. C-M474 lSx
LADIES and girls to do decorative art
woi k at home, experience unnecessary ;
call forenoon. 2311 8. 13th. C M538 lx
WANTED A laundress. Mrs. W. S. Pop
pleton, lti4 8. 37th St. C M525 18
WANTED (Vimnetent girl for second
work. Apply UJu Park Ave. C M5-ti 18
STENOGRAPHERS of t or more yearo ex
perience Apply at once.
WESTERN RKI- & BOND f8N. (Inc.).,
Suite Hi-2 N Y.Ufe BM(.
'...' -- C-81560 17
WAN TED M- uli 4aui-and ilg ta salt
a baa of high-giada family remedies,
epicea and extracts to consumers; mast
frn bonrat. i btr and ir-dMriaus. lbs
Uladsloutt aituicine Co Uaajaadec la
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European Hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Doug. 61L O.M.E. Hauls Trunks
CAPITOL HOTEL. ISth and Capitol Av.;
American or European; steam heat.
FRONT room, well heated; nicely ' fur
nished; strictly modern. 24S9 Harney.
EXCELLENT largo modern furnished room
with alcove for light housekeeping or
sleeping. 'Phono and parlor iu house.
2574 lbarney St. IS 37U
SUITE or single. 623 South 2Hth Bt.
E M391 17x
WARM front parlor and alcove, modern,
well furnished. 220 N. lth. E M407 IHx
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
NEWLY-FURNISHED aulte of rooma and
board; hot and cold water. $411 Capitol
' Ave. F-M224 J5
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms- cafe
MODERN rooms, home coviklng, reasonable
prices; 2215 Howard; 'Phone Dougias-.'ioni.
NICELY furnished, well heated room, all
modern conveniences: excellent table; pri
vate family. 2469 Harney. F Mlkl
8TEAM ' heated, east rooms, with board,
at 212 S. 20th St. F-M278
ROOMS, breakfast, privileges, telephone.
118 N. 25th. F M3M0 J8
ROOM Modern, new house, close In, best
location, board if desired, private family,
one or two gentlemen. 12i.' S. loth.
. . F M412 lSx
NICELY furnished warm room. Good board.
The Rose. '2VM Harney St. ' F-4S( 26x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
THREE desirable, finely papered rooms,
with good heat; modern. Adults pre
ferred; references. 1426 N. 17th.
THREE unfurnished rooms, with bath, for
light housekeeping. T. W. Sbllllngton,
2SJ6 Seward. G M419 lix
DESIRABLE housekeeping rooms; modern.
622 N. 23d St. ' G-M627
FOR RENT HOUSES
Hastings & Heyden will get you a tenant
3116 WOOLWORTH Ave., $32.50. Belby. Ph.
Doug. 1510. U M406 18
6EE us when shipping household goods to
large cities west; we can save you money.
EXr-RESSJlEN'S DELIVERY CO., 214 N.
lbtu St. Tel. Doug. 1196. D btit
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO.,
storage and transfer. Best storage house
in the city; Immediate attention given.
1629-31-33 N. 16th St. Tel. Douglas 4oi.
Hastings & Heyden will get you a tenant
FOR RENT 8-room noise, all modern ex
cept furnace $20.
-room house, all modern, new furnace $25.
C. M. BACHMANN,
436 Paxton Block. D 492
GOING TO.MaVJJT Cooti less, breakage
considered, to have an .expert pack your
china and glass; 20 yeaia' experience;
charges reasonable, Jos. Burns. TeL
Harney 1128. D-311 D21x
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 1626. Schmoller ai
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
t TiTTQI71Q In all parts of the city. The
11UUOI2iO q y Davis Co., Bee Bldg.
Hastings & Heyden will get you a tenant
UUUQtiO c. ye.,,.. u Co Bee Bldg.
HOUBKS, Insurance. Ringwalt, Barker Blk.
OMAHA Van & Storage Co., pack, move
More. H 11. goods; storehouse 1120-24 N,
liUi. Office. Ull Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1569.
CENTRAL, eteam, modern 7-room house.
Tiiard. 220 N. 23d. D-Mbl
8-ROOM fiat, modern, good repair, opposite
Hanscoro Park $33. 'Phone Douglas 623.
QTHT? AOTi"! Household good, mer
OXVJiVncii.i chandlse. etc. Fred Bush
Transfer Line, 1003-5 Farnam St.
FOR RENT Modern, J-room, brick house,
l26 B. 31st Bt.; $40 per month. Thomas
Brennan, room L N. Y. Life Bldg.
Hastings & Heyden will get you a tenant
FOR RENT 8-room brick house, basement
finished, all modern, new furnace, only
half block from car,, good nclKhborhood;
rent $26 per month (worth $00). C. M.
Bachmunn, 436 Paxton Block. Lv-836 .
Hastings & Heyden will get you a tenant
FOUR-ROOM house, 2533 Bo. 7th St., $9.
VERY nice house, 7 rooms, strictly mod
ern, practically new, $25. 3.'.4 leaven
worth. D 401 J14x
FOR RENT Brick, 8 rooms and basement,
absolutely modern, within two block of
court house. Apply ElinaV J. Neville,
301-3 Nevlller block. D M513
FOR RENT Apartment. 6 rooms, 649 8.
27th St, January 1. Apply to F. Simon,
Phone Red 47;. D M417 lSx
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. lUni. Oilice, 1713 Web
ster St. D 7
COTTAGE. 4 rooms, bath; fine yard-$15.
O. F. Davis Co. D M4V9 17
ROOMY', modern cottage, builder's red
dene; stable and carriage house; respon
sible party only $25, O, F. Davis Co.
SMALL house for rent, 3119 Burt Bt.
FOR RENT 5-room new, modern house,
332i 8. 19th; nicely located, convenient id
car. Tel. Harney 275l. D Ml-2( 1.x
MORAND'S winter term for children at 211
8. ISth, Creighton Institute, will begin
Saturday, iieoember 8; beginners, 2 p. in .
advance, 3:9u p. m. ; terms, four months,
beginners $10, adver.?e $8. -'Ph.-.e Douglaa
lotl. Adults. 16th and Harney; lessons
Tuesdavs and Fridays $ p. m. ; assemblies
Wednesday MSI'- 28
BTADLER DANCING ACADEMY now
0-n. Two-Hep and waltaes and latest
dancing taught on Friday of each week.
For terms 'phone Doug. 2S2S or 1911 Fr
nam. 648 22x
WANTED Solicitors; rren or women In
every town and city In Nebraska; live
iwople cn make from $i to $10 p-r f'
Write particulars to the Weste.-n
Funeral Indemnity Co. Graad Island.
Neb., or call Monday, Room 2'JS. Nevlilo
Block, Omaha. J-M4-11 17x
JOHNSON INSrif U'IB. 4's N. T. L. TeL
lxugU-lu4. -41. $
DH LOWKEK-Over lo0 Farnam Itl
DouJlas-CJ.O. iialj M
Want Ads bring competent
Ambitious men and women wanting
better posi ions answer Bee Want Ms
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
10 Rooms, good location ;i
splendid home or Investment
near boulevard, $2,760.
t Rooms, niodorn, overlook-.
log Park, large barn, fruit,
shade, $3,100. ' ;
6 Rooms south, nice borne,
NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO.,
63 Douglas Blk., 16th and Dodge.
Real Estate, Loans and
Let us show you our list of city property,
acres, Improved farms - and cheap western
PERKA & CO.,
TeL Douglas 28o6. 823 N. T. Life Bldg.
TWO modern houses at' the southwest cor
ner of 31st and Cuss Bts , with ground on
which to build another hpuse. Paved
street, east front, nice shade trees. Make
me an offer for one or both,
Room i, N. Y. life Bldg.
.. - - -' RE 673
lt ACRES In Hand county. South Dakota,
nine miles from . good town, one mile to
school; good, level fnrming land; price,
$i0 per acre If sold soon. $1,300 mortgage,
balance cash. Address Box 123, Herman,
Neb. . RE-M3X0 17
ALL-modern, 9-robm bouse and lot for
ale at a bargain. (22 N. 19th. RE 474
TEXAS PANHA NDI.E YOUR OPPOR
Lands from $12.60 to $20 per acre: wheat,
corn and alfalfa; more productive, lays
better, soil rich as Iowa or Illinois; easy
terms; descriptive matter sent you free.
Loan Star Land Co., 14 Pearl St., 2d floor.
Council Blufts, la. RE M821
WE SELL land in Nuckolls county, Neb..
the great co.n, small grain, alfalfa and
tame grass country in southeastern Ne
braska. Write us for land list. G. D.
Follmer & Son. Nelson, Neb. RE M960
2W9 DOUGLAS St , modern 8-room hnune,
In good condition, cortier lot, permanent
walks. E. K Muffin, 14o8 Farnam St.
RIO M644 18x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 5 and
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
-f . W-7
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.,' 1320 Farnam St.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, , Paxton Block.
PRIVATE MONET F. D. Wead, 1620 Doug.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brsnnan, R, 1, N. Y.
Life. r V' W-680
WANTED City loa.natkC. Peters St Ox
City & farm loans. O. F. Carson Co., N. Y. La
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H
Thoinas. 606 First National Bank Bldg.
$l,ono private money. Belby, 440 Board of
Trade Bldg. W-M220
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
TWO OFFICE, SUITES
, AVAILABLE JAGUAR X 1
A very hajidbome suite df three rooms
particularly Uesnuble for a doctor.
They are located on the northwest corner
of the third floor a walling room
and two private others.
THE BEE BUILDING.
This suite is well arranged for a physician
or specialist, havimr been occupied by an
eye, ear, nose and throat specialist. There
Is a splendid- north light;' outside windows
In each room, a larye Vtiuit, hard wood
floors and finish. The root Includes heat,
light, water and janitor Service. Rent, per
Another suite,,on the fourth floor. In front
of the elevator reception room and private
onice occui led at premiiU oy dentist; va
cant January 1.
Small oilice on fifth floor room 620 at $15.
Apply Superintendent Bee Bldg., Room 418.
STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES FOR
SALE A fine store rooh, 60x150, in a fine
location on the main business street In the
city of Sioux Falls, S. D. ; the city has
15.000 population, is a. railroad center,
growing fast; draws' trade from a large
section of country; one of the best cities
of its size in the country. This Is a Pne
chance for u dry goods store, department
store, clothing store or furniture store
to get a good location and a long lease.
The flxturea- are all first-class. Address
George W. McClelland, Sioux Falls, S. X).
FOR RENT The 8-story and basement
building 1022 Douglas SI. Apply on tho
premises or to David 4Jole. J M 512
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
hall budding. 417 N. 25th St., South
Omaha, pply to manager. 1134
FOR REf -Large corner store room, ibth
and Vi' Ira Sts., $JU C. M. pachmann.
43t Pay' Block. . 1 M621
FIN li oPl i space 20x190 feet.n new build
ing read, for occupaney. January 1, one.
hulf block from court' house. Heat and
Janitor beivlce, partitions, etc., to suit
tenunt. G 40, care Bee. I 3S1 23x
111 8. 15TII ST. J. N. Frenxer.
FOR RENT Large atoreroom, with two
living rooms lu rear, only $12 60 per
month. 101 J Lake St. Apply to Conrad
Young, 1518 Dodtse St. Telephone Doug
las lo;o. . I M314
YOUNG man wants place to work for
board and room while- going to school,
Hoyle'B College. Tel. Doua. 1984. A li
A F1RST-C1-A88 carpenter, finisher, wants
a Hob; can handle worU If wanted. Ad
dress K 60. Bee. -K A-M516 17x
IlONflST- Wants Kieition around private
house or to do odd Jobs during the flay.
Call Tel. Red 60o, after 6 p. m.
F. J. LARSON A CO., patent lawyers,
patent book free. Lee Bldg., Omaha, Nsb.
6HARPE MACHINE SHOPS Patents
procured, inventions developed, drawiii-e,
patterns, castings, machine work. 6li-o:J
S. loth bt. 7il
PATENTS secured and sold. 1 fee. Natl
Investment Co., Douglas block, lHth and
Dodge. M&4 J6
1 VKfiSTin "'a'b grade 1907 Calendars.
LlrtUJlftU,, corner ltith it. and
& JORVE. Capitol Ave. -707
THE ACOHS PREbS. Tel Douglas $7fi!.
L'uuilliclt'iiil plllileis, lilU liovtkld Si.
I 74ILK8 rtti.1 ll,ii 1,0.. i.vi rij i.
TO LOOK A GENTLEMAN
You must be attired In the proper manner.
The tressed shirt Is the Istest and the
proper thing to wear; soft smooth llmsli.
Look new; we do it.
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY,
R. R. Evans. Pros.
Tel. Douglas 264.
SEWING machines rentod. any make, 7sq
per week or $2,00 per month. Second
hand machins for sale, $5.(0 nnd up.
Neb. Cycle Co., 16th and Harney.
PIV,ATE CONFINEMENT HOMl Mrs.
Dr. King. 201S N. 21st St. Tel. Doug. 865.
;,. ', and oIenlng, sponging and shrink
mg. only 60 per yard. 6end tor prloa Ust
tm n 0l-t)MAN PLEATING CO.,
Douglas Block- Tel. Douglas 1936.
i, nuiiiiu-i ut,-
?r-ERMT:R3 AD PRODUCE 8HIP
1 e.KSve pay hlchert market price ob
taining on dato of receipt for best quality
Dutter and epgs; we charge no commis
sion; remittance In cash or merchandise
promptly. THE BENNETT COMPANY.
. U M600 IS
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing; n fact, anything you do not
5 i.T e. cuiiec. repair and sell, at 114 .
'"li St., for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call "phone Doug. 4135 and
wagon will call
? EE medical and sunrlr-al treatment at
4-relghton Medical college, 14th and Dav
enport Bts.; special attention paid to con
finement cases; all treatment supervised
by college professors, "Pnone Doug. 1167.
Calls answered day or night. - U 129
THE CITY GARBAGE CO.. office 4th and
Leavenworth bts. Tel. Douglas 1S87.
OMAHA Stammerers' Institute- Ramge
Bid. ' U i
MAC1N PTIP,r'tn", and bath. Mme.
ninvjisi; 1 lamith, U8 N. 16. 2d floor.
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 8824 N. 24th
Bt., Omaha, Nab. U MlOO
PRIVATE home durlrut confinement; ba-
nla ,n Jk rrt- - . . . p. .
. , - "V UUIIIIH VOIIIIIIVIIIV.il , UB"
Dies adopted. The (lonri Hamuritun Ki.nl-
um. 728 First Ave.. CouncU Bluffs, la.
PENNELL MilUnery Co., S22 North 16th St.
U--6SU J 6
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no
detention from business. Call or write
J?' o?ok let, etc QUICK CURE RIP
JURli, CO., 6H Woodmen of World Bldg..
Omaha, . rj 612
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
B rices; send ror free catalogue. Myers
1"on trug Co.. Omaha, U 691
P?UVATB!. UETECTIVSL F. O. look bo
ts. umana. U JdJfcl Dlix
CALENDAR pad. Burkley Prlhtlng Co.
U M810 D31
Masque costumes. Litben. Tal ill. Open ev,
CO8TUME8. 3818 8. 20th. Sack. Tel. Red 7C7$L
. U M714 D27X
MASSAOR Swedish movement, 410 N.
JUAOOaULI Utn room , econd floor.
U M167 JS
A Dollar itee for You
e?lla .Allnnn will , 1
. . vmvi. ... .WAV., W Mf II1WII
on a $10 purchase of shoes, hats or cloth
ing, balance paid as you earn It
IlOAiU CREDIT CLOTHING COMPANY.
ldzu. Dodge St., Jor. 16th.
DR. VOGEL'S private home for ladles be
fore and during confinement; best and
cheapest in the city. 2313 8. 13th St'
FOR anything In the sewing machine Una
go to P. E. Flodman Co , 1614 Cap. Ave.
U 493 J10
WOLF BROS, ft CO. HAVE REMOVED to
1318 Howard. Tel. Douglas o04.
U 840 Db)
ART1STIC piano tuning; work guaranteed.
mono aia. uhuibwi fiAno Co.,
1518 Harney. U-218 Dl8
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax
ton's salve. B. J. Scanell, agent, 609 Wars
Blk. U-S70 D20
TYPEWRITERS All makes, for rent, $3 to
H monin. v.enirai jy;ewriier txctiange,
1603 Leavenworth. 'Phone Red 6.-99.
U Mttit D26
BUY from tha manufacturers, Burkley
Envelope Co. U M811 D31
NAME embossed In gold letters on Christ
mas presents. Henry E. Tagger, 12 Barker
block. U 831 D31
TYPEWRITERS rented, $160 per month;
ail manes; aaiiniacLion guaranieeu. r ox
Typewriter ft Supply Co.. 1822 Farnam St
SATIN skin powder being best made It's
best for you. Flesh, white, plr.k, brunet.
LADIES If you want a safe, speedy regu
lator that will please you address Post
Box 747, Omaha. Neb. U-Miai J3x
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseases,
weaknesses, discharges, 'rreguiarlnes
cured painlessly anu safely. Wlthnell
block, 15th and Harney, room t, Omah.t.
BEST nerve bracer for men, "Gray's Nerva
Food Pills." $1 box. postpaid. Sherman ft
McConnell Drug Co.. Omah al
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
HOP.SI.H wintered; large box stalls; no
baib-wlre fencing. Keystono Stock Farm.
Tel. Benson 8181. P. O. sddreas. Benson.
HOP.SES-AU kinds. Myers, 1716 Jackson.
P M m J
HESS ft SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam.
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. Doug.
LOST AND FOUND
WILL party who took a pair of skates off
the back platform of Dodge car December
1 return to Bee office? No questions.
The Leading Palmist of Omaha.
Revelations of past and future described.
Parlors. 113 8. lith St., Opp. Boston Btora.
LYNCH BROS. Repair work our specialty.
118 N. 15th St. Tel. Douglas 1477.
CHIROPODY AND MANICURING
DR. ROY, chiropodist; Miss Alice Hail,
manicure. Room 2. 15o4 Farnam. IL
VVnen You Write to
remember It takea onlr an extra, stroke or
two cf tha pan to mention the fact that
reu saw tha a to Tha Bee.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
In nert of money?
This la the time of the year when
everyone needs some extra
cash. We have a lot of
money which we are going to losn
for a short time nt the lowest
rates ever known In this city
' ' on
PIANOS, WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPT'S. HORSES, WAGONS,
If you have other bills ' It 1 will
you to let us furnish yon the money ,
to py them and concentrate all
your - Indebtedness nt one place.
This la an old, rellabla office) nd our
business Is as private as a bank.
' Don't worry about the
Call on us for all the
money you need. Our terms ara the
lowest, our service Is the quickest
and our business the most private
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
3RD FLOOR 307-8 PAXTON BLK.
COR. I6TH & FARNAM STS.
Open evenings 8 p. m. until Christmas.
Save Something During
Start tight now. Get out of the old rut you
were In so long. Let us show you how.
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS OR SALARY,
WITHOUT HAVING THEM DISTURBED.
Then pay off your troublesome debts and
concentrate all you owe.
Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.,
U Board of Trade Bldg. - 306 8. 16th St
tEetabiisiicd 1&2.) TeL Doug. 2295.
At this time of the year nearly everyone
needs a little extra cash; come to us
private loans on salary, furniture, pianos,
etc., lowest rates, easy paymeata. Make
your own terms.
AMElilUAN LOAN CO.,
Third floor Paxton Blk.
Office open evenings until Xmas.
and thera furnished mcMicy upon their
own names, without security; easy pay
mente; offices In 63 principal cities. Save
yourself money by getting my terms first
D. a. TOLMAN,
714 New York Life Bids.
THE UNION LOAN COMPANY
has increased its capital and during tha
month of December will make a apecial
rate cn collateral loans, mortgages on
personal property and individual notes,
without security. Terms to suit your con
veniences. 'Phone Douglas 2904, or call
at 810 Bea Bldg. X-M840 26
DR. PRIBBENOW'B MONEY
loaned on furniture, salary, pianos, horses,
etc., in any amount; less than half rates;
ferfect privacy. Immediate attention; any
arms wanted; payments suspended whan
sick or out of work. 214 Karbach Blk.,
iu6 South 16th St K 7u0
Bo wen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
advances private money on chattels or
salary; easy to get; no red tape. You get
money same day asked for at small cost
Open evenings till 7. X 701
FOR A SQUARE PEAL GO TO THE
PHOENIX CREDIT CO. For-chattel or
salary loans. 633 Paxton block. Phone,
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE, reliable, accom
modating; all business confidential. 1301
Douglas. X 702
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horse", cows, ate. C. F. Reed, 810 8.
ISth. X 7
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loans. Duff
Green Loan Co., room 8, -Barker Block.
X 1 04
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loa Co.. 1604 Farnam Bt X 105
our ads. That la easy. They would
find It much harder to duplicate the
bargains In good lands In Kansas.
Colorado. Wyoming and western
Nebraska which we are selling at
$3 t $5 Per Acrtt
It will i-av you U investigate.
For full Information regarding
lands and special excursions ad
dress LAND AGENCY. U. P. R. R.
Deal. . SIS Be. 11th St OMAHA
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Cheyenne, Wyoming, lip.
Of 'tuber 14th 1JU6. Sealed proposals, In trip
licate, will be received at this office until
11:30 a. nt., -mountain time, January 14th,
1W7, at which time they will be opened In
public, for constructing, plumbing, steam
heating, electric wiring and furnishing and
Installing electric light fixtures, in the fol
lowing buildlnga at Fort D. A. Russell,
Wyoming: 4 sots of held officers' Quar
ters, 8 double sets captain's quarters, 2
double sets lieutenants' qunrters, I set of
quarters for 6 unmarried officer. 1 double
Set for N. C. onicers. 2 double ets Held
artillery barracks, or In lieu thereof 4
Bingle sets Held artillery barracks; 4 field
aatl'lery stables, 4 artillery gun sheds, 4
artillery shops and 2 artillery stable guard
buildings, I eterlnmy hospital, 1 granary,
1 hav shed and 1 fire engine and hose cart
house. Specifications and blank forms of
proposals mny be obtained at this office.
Plans and epeciflcatlons for the work speci
fied above hive been placed as follows:
In oflice chief quartermaster. Chicago, 111.;
Bt. Louis, Mo.; Bt. Paul, Minn., and Den
ver, lYilo. The right is reserved to reject
any and all bids or parts of bids. Enve:
opts containing profs-sau should I In
dorsed, "Proposal Constructing. eto..
Buildings." and addressed V. K Hart. Cap
tuln and Quart-rniastei . I'. S. Army, in
charge of construction. Cheyenne, Wyo.
OFFICE CON9'rHl'Ci'i:iO UUARTfc.lt
MAS'f ER- Fort Koblnson, Neb., Novem
ber 10. I'jJt. Sealed propiwals, In tripllcHe,
subject to the usual condition, will be le
ceived here until lu a. m., western standard
time. December 2o. for the construct ion
of one set Held officers' quarters, two douule
seta captains' quarters, one double set lieu
tenants' quarters, one ten set bachelor
oflli-ers' quarters, two double cavslry luir
racks. two double stable guard and shop
buildings, four cavalrv atab'e and one vet
erinary hospital at Fort Robinson, Neb.;
also for beatint;, plumbing and clec'rlo
wiring smne. Full Information fuinlbed
uoin application to hl orh- c. Plaj may
Im seen In office chief quurterm-itter M
Omaha. Chlcao. Denver and St. laul;
deiit quartermsater w York; nusrter
master genera) Waahlnglon; quarter
master F-rt Jesvenworth a.irt her. Iro
Paaia to be inarkl "Proposals for New
Buildings" and addressed in the un-i.-r-aisned
Cnp LEON 8 IOI'MI-7. C-n-
i structlng- Q. M. N23-24--2J-Ul7-ll
STOCK HOLDLRS" MEETING.
Office of 1 e-G!ass-Andreeson Hardware
Company, Omaha. Neb., December 9,
Notice is hereby given to the stockholders
of the I -e-i llnss-Andrefsen Hardware
Company that the annual meeting of the
stockholder of the company will be held
nt the office of the said company, corner
of Ninth and Harney streets. In the city of
Omaha, In the state of Nebraska, on Tues
day, January K, A. D., 1907. at S o'clock p.
m., for tho purpose of electing a board of
director for the company to serve during
the ensuing year, and to transact such
other business as may be presented at
such meeting Attest;
W. M. GLASS. It J. LEE.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
l.MOX STAT10S-rK-ril ASD M ARC Y
' . . Leave. Arrive.
Overland Limited a M am a 8:18 pns
The China and Japan
Fast Mall a 4:18 pm a B:10 pm
Colo A Calif. Ex a 4 16 pm a :S0 pm
California A Ore. Ex. ..a 4:J6 pm a 8:10 pm
I.e. Angeles I-lmtted...al2.0A pm al0:46 prsj
Fast Mall a 1 66 am a 6:00 pm
Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7 44 an
North Platte UaKy,. a 8 10 am a 4 60 pm
Beatrice Ixcal b 8:00 pm bl2 46 pm
Chicago, Rock lata ad aV Paclfle.
Chicago Limited r....... a 8.16 am a 7 JO am
Iowa Local ii...a 7:00 am a 4:30 pm
Chicago MhII ...... w a 8.48 pin
Iowa Local ..' ..bl2 pm b l: pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex.).. a 6.-06 pm a 1 :S6 pm
Chlcao (Iowa Irfntd..,a 6:36 pm a!2:26 pm
Des Moines Local a4.UpM
Rocky Mountain Limit. a 1: am a 16 am
Colo, A Cal. Express. ..a 1 AO pm a 4 60 pm
Okl. A Texas Express, .a 4.40 pm al2: pm
Lincoln Fair bury and
Bellevue a 8:60 pm a 1:90 am
Illinois Oatral. ..
Chicago Express .......a 8:00 am a 8:66 p-m
Chicago Limited . ...... .a 60 pm a 7:30 am
Bt Louis Express .a 6:80 pm a 8:30 am
St. Louis Looal (from
Council Bluffs) .. n. a :L6 am al0:30 pm
etanbr try Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bll:50 ant
Chicago. A .Northwestern.
Cedar Rapids Pass a 7:06 am a 6:06 pm
Twin City Express a 7:60 am al0:00 pm
Chicago Daylight a 8:00 am all:16 pm
Chicago Local all:80 am a 3:45 pin
Sioux City lxical a 8:60 pm a t:2t am
Carroll Ixical a 4:82 pm a 8:60 am
Sioux City Local a 8 46 pm
Chicago Express a 6:50 pm a 7:30 am
Fast Mail a 2:00 pm
Fast Mall a 6 26 pm a 8:30 am
Twin City I J ml ted a 8:26 pm a 7:05 am
Overland Limited a 8:38 pm a 9:81 am
Chicago Limited all:00 pm all:61 am
Norfolk-Bonesteel ....-.-a 7:40 ejn..-10ut6-am
Lincoln-Chadron .;'::.. VTto 7:4" am' r iam .
Desdwond-IJncoln a 8:00 pm a 6:06 pm
Catper-Shnahonl a 8:00 pm a 5 06 pro
Hastings-Superior b 8:00 pm b 6:06 pro
Fremont-Albion b 4:02 pm bl2:40 pm .
Missouri Paclfle. .
K. C. A Bt. L. Express.. a 8:00 am a 6:80 am
K. C. A Bt. L. Express.. all :16 pm a 6:26 pm
Nebraska Local a 2:06 pm all: 40 am
Chicago, Milwaukee A M. Pmal.
Chi. and Colo. Special.. a 7:66 am a 7:30 am
California and Ore. Ex. .a 8:46 pm a 8:10 pin
Overland Limited a 8:36 pm a 9:30 am
Marlon A Cedar R. Loc.b 6:46 am b 11:00 pm
i nicago urrii w estern.
St. Paul A Minneapolis. 8:30 pm 7:10 p
St.' Paul A Minneapolis. 7:46 am 11:60 p
Chicago Limited 6 45 pm 9:00 a
Chicago Express 7:46 am H:60 p
Chicago Express 3:30 pin 3:30 p
BIRL1KGTOS STATION lOtb A MASO.t
Denver A California... .a 4:10 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm
Northwest Express all:10 pm
Nebraska Express a 9:10 am
Nebraska Ixical a 8:00 am
Lincoln Fast Mnll t. 2:00 pm
Ft. Crook A Plattsm'th.b 2:59 pm
Bellevue A Plnttsm'th..a 7:60 am
Bellevue A Pac. June... a 3:30 am
Chicago Special a 7:C5 pm
Chicago Express a 8:46 pm
Chicago Flyer ...a 8-06 pm
Iowa Local a 9:15 am
Bt. Louis Express. ......a 4:45 pm
Kansas rlty-8t. Joe a10:46 pm
Kansas Clty-St. Joe n 9:15 am
Kansas Clty-St. Joe. ....a 4:45 pm
a 3: pm
a 6:30 pm
a 9:ft ara '
a 6:30 pm '
a 7:40 pm
a 6 .45
WEBSTKR STATION 1 5th A WEBSTER
Chicago, - St. Taol, Misses
Twin City Passenper. ..b 6:30 am
filoux City Passenger. ..a 2:00 pm
Emerson Local b 6:30 pm
Emerson Local c 6:45 am
Lical v!a Weeping
Water a 8:06 am
Falls City Ixiral a 8:60 pm
a Dally, b Daily except Sunday
except Saturday, c Sunday only
b 9:10 pm
all :30 am
b 9:10 am
c S:60 pm
a 6:60 pm
GILA MONSTERS IN BLIZZARD
Karly Cold Wave Cnnaes Epidemic at
Suicide Among tha
"The unexpected snow and early bits-,
card which visited Arizona and New Mex
ico a few days ago has rid the country
of thousands of Gila monsters and other
poisonous lizards," said J. R. Alexander
of Las Vegas, N. M., "and the odd thing
about It Is that they seem to have com
mitted suicide. I saw hundreds of their
bodies lying around, turned black as if
stung by some other poisonous reptile or'
the vlcttme of their own venom.
The oldest Inhabitants have never seen
anything of tho sort before, and It Is the
common opinion down there that the dis
appointment of the unxptcted cold swept
a wave of suicidal Impulse through tha
ranks of the lizard peculation. There Is no
apparent reason why they should not hava
sought shelter and hibernated. It Is nt-ui-al
for the species to become torpid when
the temperature is very hot and hlbernuta
when It is very cold.
"Prof. Glvonl Marltelll. a scientist of
Naples, Ituly. who was a witness of tha
phenomenon, suggests that If the causa
of the suicidal paasicn can be ptsltlv-ly
discovered it may be utilized to eliminate
the dreaded Olla monster entirely from the
r.glon of the Olla river, where the In
habitants live In terror of It. I never but
once before heard of wholesale suicide
among reptiles. That was In PUnjuris,
wiure tree snakes abound, the most deadly
of the reptiles, living entlhely In trees.
Going through the fcrests one must always
be on the lookout for them. They han-
down from the branches and when struck
by one of them you begin at once to turn
black ar.d death Is Inevitable.
"One day I was near a small forest fire
which was nmklng a good deal more smoke
than blaze. Well, sir, It wtuld have done
your soul good to see how It affected thoee
snakes ' The. smoke maddened them and
they seemed to forget everything but them
selves. Even a mile from tha fire 5011
would find tbem excitedly fussing each at
himself. One would keep up a whlpdng
and thrashing for a half hour or an h ,ur
and then all at once dart his fanrs into
himself. It's a mystery yet why those
big lizards killed themselves, but there
no doubt It was suicide." New York H4
aid. Bnsr Rook Muktr.
A friend of Senatur Lodge aays that tha
Maisacliiieetts stati-rnun f--r years has re
ceived an Income from h'.s llterury efforts
far In excess of bis alary a a senator.
He. lias written on n.ore phases of Amor,
loin history than any other man In pub'.lo
life. Il:s lateft work la a hook of c-asaya,
Including some account of Greenfield, Mass.
It Wat) the Si"ne rt numernuw blo(rty h tiles
with Indiana ami was for years the ex
treme outpost of western civilization la
j tbat part of lb continent
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