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THE OMAITA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, DECEfBER 31, IMG.
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Want ada for The Bee mar be left at
any of the following drn( stores
one la "yonr eorner drnaRlat" they
are all branch office of The Ree and
roar ad will be lnaerted Jnut aa
preraptly and at the aoine ratra aa at
the main office In The Br, balldlag,
Seventeenth and Farnam atreete.
Albach, W. C, 40th and Farnam.
Beranek.S. A., 1402 8. 16th St.
Beeht's Pharmacy, 720 8. 16th St.
Benson Pharmacy, Benson, Neb.
CauKhlln. C. R.. 6th and Fierce Sts.
Clifton Hill Pharmacy. 2213 Military Art.
conte, J. B., 8lst Ave. and Farnai.
Crlasey Pharmacy, 24th and Lake.
Cormalc. Emll. 12i2 8. 13th St.
Eestman Pharmacy, 4046 Hamilton.
K.hler. P. M.. 22 Leavenworth.
Koater A Arnold. 213 N 2f.th St.
Freytag. John J.. 1614 N. 24th 8t
Florence Drug Co., Florence. Neb.
Goldman Pharmacy, tft'jft Lake St.
Green's Pharmacy, corner Park Are. and
Greenough, G. A., 1025 8. 10th St.
Greenough, O. A., loth and Hickory.
Hayden, Wm. C. 2930 Farnam St.
Hanscom Park Phar., 1501 8. 29th Art,
Hoist, John. 624 N. lth St.
IlulT. A. L.. 29'-'4 Leavenworth St.
King's Pharmacy, 2338 Farnam St.
Kountie Place Pharmacy, 34 N. 24th.
Patrick Drug Co., 1H02 N. 24th St.
Lathrop, Chaa. E.. 1324 N. 24th St.
Peyton. L. E 24th and Leavenworth.
Saratoga Drua Co.. 24th and Amen Ave.
Bohacfer's Cut Price Drug store, 16th and
Schaefer, August, 2631 N. 16th St.
Schmidt. J. ., 24th and Cuming 8ta.
Storm Pharmacy, ltith and Martha Sts.
Walnut Hill Phar, 40fh and Cuming.
Walton Pharmacy, 20th and Grace Sta.
Wlrth, O. H., 40th and Hamilton Sta.
DEATH AND FUNERAL XOT1CE5.
DOUGHERTY Jane, ed 15 years. 7
months and 21 days, at the residence of
her parents, 2121 Clark street, Sunday,
December 30 at 4 a. m.
Funeral from residence, Tuesday, Janu
ary 1, 1:30 p. m., to St. John's church at 2
tv m. Interment, Holy Sepulcher cemetery.
Opens Wednesday, January 2. The new
catalogue la ready. Address H. B.
Boylea, President. Omaha. R 440
OAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WS a 16th Bt.
Tel. Douglas 681.
OMAHA Bafe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of fire escaDea, huiir, duors and
' i safo. O. Andreen, Prop., 1U2 8. loth 6t.
3IQN PAINTING 49, H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
)WA Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1819 Farnam.
fAVIS BROS., machinists; general repair
ing. 1406 Juckaon KL TeL Douglas &W.
lth-ix J 14
AUCTIONEER If you want your stock of
1 goods soil or reduced write ma at Glen
wood, la. Capt. F. P. Fowler.
A. MIDDLE-AGED widow, very wealthy.
nice looking, tired of "single bleasednows
i'i wishes to correspond. Lock Box 4 6. 8u
', . Joeeph, Mich. R 160 30x
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Numbering stamp. In good
condition. Inquire George H. Wright, Kss
Office. Q M221
BEND us you mall orders for drugs;
freight paid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon
Lrug Co., Omaha. Q 647
SHEKWIN-WILLIAMS CO., best mixed
paint, fihermaa 4k McCounell Drug Co.
HALL'S safes, new. Id-band, 1818 Farn..a.
A FEW BARGAIN8 In second-hand sod
fountains; monthly pamant. Deright,
181 Fai nam. Q 4
ON ICS-Inch Jenkins' valve for sals. Apply
W. H. Bridges, engineer. Bee Bldg.
JASOLINE ENGINE and wood-working
macmnery jot saie oneap. Ar piy Ancnor
Fvnoe Mfg. "CO., 207 N. 17th St.
OAL $5 20 ton; burr egg, big site, good;
try it; i pnonea. tiarmon at wtetn.
Q-4M J if
A RGAINS In unredeemed Jewelry. 418 No.
Jtith. Q-M527 Jll
POH BALE Empty Ink barrels. Inquire of
j. tt. uudpucu. see man room, v oia
FOR BALE A handsome bookcaae. ma
hogany finish, at a bargain. Telephone
Harney W fc x
ONE Remington typewriter, No. . In good
condition, tor sale cheap. Call at ilao
' office. W Mti-'in
FX.tR SALE Model "K" Wlnton Automo
:le; fully equipped; top lights, etc.;
enly run 9o miles; guaranteed nrsl-cutas
roiuiitioo. i-ric aujii v . a,.
Mlkius, Dewey Hotel, Omaha. Neb.
FOR SALE $i.00 Victor talking machine
and 60 selected recoias ana cuse. j. I
Morgan, U02 Sherman Ave. CJ MS44 Six
FOR SALE Ford touring car in good or
der. N Duncan, Pawner City. Neb.
Q-MMS J lx
niKFi-WEltNICKB sectional bookcase:
alo Singer sewing machine, che-p. 181
Davenport. Q M197 Six
JARGAIN Furniture of l-rnom rooming
liouxe, steam heM. good location. Ad
dress O 4iO. care Bee. y M1M 31
LF.AVING town. Will sell my fine $350 up
right piano lor .'u casn. tan at once,
41i N. ua. vj M.-JS J3X
DESK for sale. gk1en oak. roll top desk
In excellent cond tion. for $15. Applv 4i
No. 26th St.. or phone C. W. Bllxt. First
National Bank. VI 257 1
v Mr.QT IPi High grade 1907 Calendars.
LT AUS E. corner 16th bt. and
& JORVE, Capitol Ave. -707
CENTRAL PRINTING C
CO. Fine Job
110 8. 17th St.,
IS blocks north Bee lCdg.
WATERS PR1NTINU CC, 1307 Howard bt
POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES
FOR BALE New and xrond-hand billiard
and pool tables: we lead the world in
Lhan bar Axtures: easy payments.
bruoawlck-Balke-Culieiidar, 407 S. ltth St.
WANTED MALE HELP
WINTER TERM of the Omaha Commercial
College, 19th and Farnam, opens vveones
day, Jan. 2, 17. New classes In Bul
ripxs. Shorthand. Typewriting. Telegraphy,
English. Civil Service and Penmanship.
Rest time to begin. Over B00 will be en
rolled Send for free catalogue giving
ROH It BOUGH BROS..
B MfiS2 31
S. NAVY enlists young men and me
chanics of amid physique and character,
citizens of U. S.. 17 ti 35 years. Special
pav and training for qualified mn. and
advancement when nullified. Greutly In
creased pay frr men who re-enlist. K
tlremrnt after SO vears' service fr en
listed men. with r.on.70 to ll.W2.17 s pay)
rer annum, l'rivileee of dlscharne by
tMirrhuse. Navy Recruiting Stations,
P. O. Bldgs., Omaha, Lincoln, Hastings
arid Sioux City. BM3 J24
MEN and boys. Flunking or brlrklaylnt.
trade pays 35 to per day. We teach
you by practical Instructions In '.lire
montlia; position guaranteed; free cata
logue. Coyne Trade School. 4875 Eastern
Ave., St. Louis, Mo. B-M807
OIJ5 LINE INSURANCE MEN will make
changea or companies during tnis momn,
one of the best western old line com
panies In America hss something ol
to offer. If Interested write lock box
1!9S. Lincoln. Neb. B-M175 Jl
WANTED A watch. You get It for a
few hours of your time. 'Write at once
to Malena Company. Warrlorsmark. Pa.
B M136 Feb3x
TWO hustlers to handle a new line Christ
mas articles; city work. 1619 Howard.
B Ml 56 J3
WANTED Good salesmen In eltlea and
mall towns to sell our 7H Tr cn' old
bonds and per cent stocks; 1100 per
month and commission sruaranteed under
f months' contract; references required.
42-44 Huntington Bid., Los Angeles, Cal
b M4il L31
WANTED At once, 500 sound young men,
aged 18 to 35, for firemen and brakemen
on leadlnK western rallrends and for new
roada now being completed; xperience
unnecessary" flrrmen $100 per month;
brakemen $75; poaltlons now open; cnll or
write at onoi fur particulars. National
Ry. Training Ass n, 620 X, Paxton block.
Omaha, Neb. B Ml J4
WANTED For the U. 8. Marine Corps,
men between ages 2! and So: an oppor
tunity to see the world. For full Informa
tion apply In person or bv letter to Re
crultlng Officer, Cor. 12th and Farnam Sta.
B M4S7 D31
WANTED Five boys; good wages; perma
nent Job. A. D. T. Co., m 8. 13th St.
WANTED Young miin for general work
in lumber ofrce. Address II 4?:f. care nee.
B A1D48 31
WANTED Reliable party willing to Invest
to'v lo H.IHJ", wnicn win De ampijr t-u,:j.
to represent us In any city or town In
brokerage business; $200 per month guar
anteed, besides full equity for Investment.
Address American Finance and Develop
ment Co.. 442 Huntington Bldg., Loa An
geles. Cai. B-M472 D31
Drug clerks wanted. F. V. Knlest, N. Y. U
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Great demand for barbers. Top wages
paid. Hundreds of good opportunities
to open business with small capital. Few
weeks completes. Best chance In the
world for poor man. Call or write Moler
Barber College, 1116 Farnam St.
B MS 18 J2X
RULER and forwarder; must have good
references. A. I. Root, One.), lao-KU
Howard. B 814
THE M'COOK TRIBUNE has steady posi
tions for two or three gool printers at
best wages. F. M. Klmmeli.
B M981 Six
AMERICAN Barber College course shortest
and cheapest. 1124 Douglas St. Write to
day. OiM BX
WANTED Night watchman for Iron yard.
801 Farnam St. B M261 a
THREE BOOKKEEPERS. Sfto.
TWO BOOKKEEPERS. $76.
THREK STENOGRAPHERS. 8S5.
FOUR OFFICE- CLERKS. Mo to $76. and
Call at once or write lor complete list
WESTERN REF. A BOND AHS'N., INC.,
840-z in. y.. Lire Biug.
B M264 31
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRLS to operate power machine In shirt
ana overall iuciory; permanent work. M.
K. Smith & Co., 11th and Douglas Sts.
WANTED Girl for general housework, at
zuii Bpencer tsi. t.-ivi2W) l
WAITED A girl for general housework,
two in tumnj , reieiences required. Mrs.
W. B. Popple ton, 204 S. 37th St. C S86
WANTED 5 laundry girls. M. E. Smith's
lactory, lltn and uouglas. C 838
WANTED At once. exDertenced marker
and sorter. Midland Kteam laundry, 1916
CUmlpg. C M974 31
WANTED Girl for general housework. 833
Park Ave. (J mi 2
WANTED Shirt finisher.
laundry, 1916 Cuming.
C M975 31
WANTED Competent girl for areneral
nouseworx; no wasinng or ironing; wages
per ween, inquire UM So. Stith St.
GIRIJJ wanted at once: steady work, .sood
wages iieniis unmna wag uo., entrance
on nth St. viaduct c Alius Jl
YOU NO man of character, education and
ability, desires connection with reputable
house, either Jobbing or manufacturing; is
lamuiur witn general omce work and ay
terns and is -a competent correspondent;
will start for $14 in order to g-t started:
believes he can earn $J0; best of refer
ences. Address N 4M, Bee. A Ml 87 31x
AN ORGANIST, choir master of eighteen
yeais. experience in church and college
services, at present holding good ap
pointment, desires to locate In Oinahi,
thorough In service and recital work-,
exceptional testimonials. Addu-sa Frank
S. Paisley, Darby. P. O. Penna
A- Mill Six
YOITNG man wants place to work for
board and room while going to school.
SJoylc's College. Tel. Doug. 1984. A 19v
EXPERIENCED stenographer. Address
F 60. Bee. A-MS21 Jlx
YOl'NO man wants place In private family
to work for board und room while going
to si-hool Boylea Cullege. A fc64
WANTED Men with team and rig to aell
a Hoe cl high-grade family remedies,
spices al extracts to consumers: must
be honest, sober and indumrious. The
Gladstone Medicine Co.. Hawarden, la.
SALESMAN WANTED for our high grads
nursery stock Stock guaranteed. VVrm
us and see what we run do for you.
Osborn's Nurseries, Bloomneld, Intl..
Green Co. L M771 J5
WANTE1 A successful traveling sales
man, who Is willing to work hard; salary
and commission; no failures need apply.
The Smith-Premier Typewriter t'o
LOST AND FOUND
WILL party who took s pair of skates off
the back platform jf Dodge car December
1 return to Bee office? No questions.
LOST Cameo pin. Reward for return to
V-6 8. 2Mh, or Tel. Harney 593.
Lout M 229 Jl
LOST White English bitch terrier, brlndle;
spot left sule head. Reward, return to
2ist St. car barn or telephone Douglas T62.
Lost 256 1
WETMORE Detective Service. 'Phone Red
$j4. Koms 11 and 12. I'ulon Blk., luth
and Farnam. U62 Jl
IF YOU do not And what you want In this
column put aa 4- la and you will sooa
"Opportunity" by Jas. J. Ingalls
has been pronounced by some tQ be the brightest gem in
the English literature. Your opportunity may be found
in today's Dee Want ads, Better read them over carefully.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European Hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Doug. 611. O.M.E. Uauls Trunka
FRONT room, well heated; nicely fur
nished; strictly modern. 24U9 "j
EXCELLENT, larite, 'modern, furnished
rooms, with alcove, for Hum nou.-- v
Itibt or sleeping. 'Phone In house. -"
FOUR elrgantlv furnished rooms for
housekeeping-, also front room and alcove.
649 8. 2iith Ave. K M2-10 jl
FURNISHED room for gentleman; modern,
new. 4r7 Harney. E M1 lx
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, all modern.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
NHWLY-FURNISHED suite of rooma and
board; hot and cold water. Mil Capital
Ave. F-M2 JU
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms; cafe.
t 47 WOV
NICELY furnished, well heated room, all
modern conveniences; excellent tame, pri
vate family. 2469 Harney. F M1S2
ROOMS, breakfast, privileges, telephone.
116 N. 2Eth. -M
FIRST CLASS rooms and day board. Close
In. 618 So. 19th. aiMtt jix
NICELY furnished warm rooms: modern
conveniences; good board. I lie Kose, iM
Harney St. F-948 Jan24x
FURNISHET rooms, modern, with board.
2406 Caas St. g aijuu
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
FIVE unfurnished rooms, modern except
heat; references. 2667 Dougl.is ft.
G M'223 31 X
TWO swell rooms strictly modern: light.
heat, reasonable. 604 South :tn i.
G M114 J 1
FOR RENT HOUSES
HOUSES TO LET.
1537 Park Ave., 8 rooms, modern, needed
repairs to suit tenant, $3o.
1333 So. 28th, 7 rooms, modern except fur
1914 North 2Sth, S rooms, city water In
S61 So. 21st, modern except furnace, 5 rooms.
W. FARNAM SMITH A CO.,
1330 Farnam St. Tel. Doug. 1064.
D M194 Jl
BEE us when shipping household goods to
large citlea west; we can save you mooey.
EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY CO., 214 N.
16th 6.. Tel. Doug. 1196. D 663
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO.,
storage and transfer. Best storage nous
In the city; immed'ate attention given.
1629-31-33 N. 16tU St. Tel. Douglas 461.
FOR RENT 8-room bouse, all modern ex
cept furnace $20.
room bouse, all modern, new furnace $25.
C. M. BACHMANN,
436 Paxton Block. D 492
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 1625. Schmoller at
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
TTnTTQTjiQ In all parts of the city. Ths
UUUdXiO o. F r3aVU, Ca. Be Bldg.
imTTKF.K ,n $u't" of the city. R,
HOUSES, insurance. Klngwalt. Barker Blk.
OMAHA Van & Storage Co., pack, mov
store, rl. H. goods; storehouse 1120-24 N.
Utu. Ofllce, 1511 Farnam. Tel. Doug. ISoV.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGES TO LET.
On 25tli Ave., north of Spencer St., newiy
papered and newly painted ' Inside and
out: new porches, cellars, permanent
waixa ana partly modern.
W. FARNAM SMITH A CO.,
1820 Farnam St. Tel. Doug. W4.
D M195 Jl
CENTRAL, steam, modern 7-room house.
Tliard. 24) IN. 23d. D M614
l-ROOM flat, modern, good repair, opposite
itanscora fam cnone iougias 623,
1 67 i
QTOPAnT1. Household goodi
Oi.yJIxA3Ili chandlsa, etc Fre
eto. Fred Bush
Transfer Line, luus-o farnam St.
D 485 J10
FOR RENT Modem, (-room, fcrlck houss,
1126 S. 81st St.; $40 per month. Thomas
Brennan, room l, l. x. Lira Bldg
FOR RENT 8-room brick house, basement
finished, all modern, new furnace, only
nan oiock iron car, guoa nciKnoornoou:
rent $25 per month (worth $ioj. C. M.
Bachmunn, js raxton aiocm. D 336
VERY nice house, 7 rooms, strictly mod.
ern. practically new, $35. S614 Leaven
worth. D 401 Jl4x
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van sc Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 1196. Office. 1713 Web
ster Bt, D 667
$22.50 PER MO. for 6-room modern house,
near 2,tn and fierce sts., in exception
ally good repair and nicely located.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 Farnam St.
D M979 Janl
12 ROOMS, modern, close In, southwest
corner 27th and Jackson, being put In
thorough condition and will be painted
omsiae as soon as me weutner permits,
'Phone D. 685. Paxton Block.
562 8. 26TH AVE., rooms, mndern-130.
JOHN N. FKENZER, OPP. OLD P. O.
CHOICE six-room cottage, stable, carriage
nouse, nice yara. u. v. uavis to.
D 972 4
FOR RENT Seven-room house, 2867 Far
nam St., modern except furnace. In ex
cellent repair, $25. Apply ut SS N. Y.
Life Bldg. D M22S
FOR RENT 7-room house, modern except
furnace, close in, 211 N. 28th Ave.; new
plumbing, paint and paper complete. Will
repaint outside when weather permits;
$.'5. Apply at t7 N. 19th St. D Ml6
NEW 7-room house, 241S Caldwell St.
D M2U6 Jlx
$32 50 STRICTLY modern 8-room brick
house, 13"! So. 28th St. D M2.J 1
FOR RENT 9-room all modern house,
paved street, near car, $42.50. Inquire en
premises, 1125 So. 31st, or Kenny Real
Estate and Investment Co. D M24H 1
r. J. LARSON at CO.. patent lawyers;
patent book (ree. Bee Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
Patents, trade marks, guaranteed or no fee.
National Investment Co., Douglas Blk.
6HARPE MACHINE SHOPS Patents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, earnings, machine work. 6o4-t.i
8 l"th St 73t
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED One large, single, airy room for
two retlned young ladies, near car line
In suburbs of city, In private family; no
small children; no objection to dir-tance.
Address J 511, care lie K m'i 31 x
LYNCH BROS.-Repair work our specialty,
' m n. 15U1 lit. Tel. Douglas 1477.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
A FINE INVESTMENT
Three strictly modern flats,
well built, new, have storm
windows and doors, window
shades that go with the build
ing; practically no expense for
twi or three years; tenants
pay water rent; only 8 block
from postofflce; yearly rental
$1.6KI, or a little over 10 per
cent gross; lot 60x132, fenced
in, good stone walks, street
paved, all special taxes of
every description paid. You
don't often find a better fin
ished piece of property in
Omaha. Price $16,5uO. Owner
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. I Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 1781.
RE MZ J3
Real Estate, Loans and
Let us show you our list of city property,
acres. Improved farina and cheap western
PERKA A CO..
Tel. Douglas 7497. 938 N. T. Life Bldg.
Lands from $12.60 to $30 per acre; wheat,
corn and alfalfa; more productive, lays
better, soil rich aa Iowa or Illinois; easy
terms; descriptive matter sent you free.
Loan Star Iand Co., 14 Pearl St., 2d floor.
Council Bluffs, la. RE M8Z1
WE SELL land In Nuckolls county. Neb.,
tne great corn, small grain, alfalfa and
tame grass country In southeastern Ne
braska. Write us for land list. G. D.
Follmer & Son, Nelson. Neb. REV-M960
ALL modern, l-room house and lota 'of
aale at a bargain. 922 N. 19th. RE 674
TWO modern houses at the southwest cor
ner of 31st and Cass Sta., with ground on
which to build another house. Paved
street, east front, nice shade trees. Make
me an offer for one or both.
Room 1. N. Y. Life Bldg.
TWO nice level lots, near car line. 2Sxl00
ft. each $135 each. Owner, N. istn.
RE M237 Jlx
FOR SALE FARMS
t We agree to show anyone improved $
$ farms from ten to twenty dollars per t
t acre lower in price than can be bought $
$ at the present time in Nebraska. We $
$ can duplicate land and improvements t
$ equal to the best counties In the state, f
$ Nuckolls county is a southeastern Ne- t
$ braska county and but 120 miles west $
$ of the Missouri river. No alkali, gum- $
$ bo, hardpan. rocks or sand. We guar- $
$ antee the above tn be true, and if you $
$ are not satisfied , will refund to you $
$ your car fore and expenses. I
$ G. D. FOLLMER & SON, I
$ Nelson, Nuckolls Co., Neb. $
Fort SALEt-80-acre poultry farm In Fill
more county; good location and well Im
proved. Also 24 Mammoth Pckln ducks.
Mart Moll, Strang, Neb. H-M128 J2x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
TO LOAN Twelve thousand dollars on
first mortgage real estate, or In sums to
suit, for a long term of years. Available
March 15, 1907. Apply by letter. James 8.
Kennedy, surgeon. Fort Omahn, Neb.
W M265 6
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 6 and 5Vj
per cent loans on real estate ; no aeiay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1340 Farnam St.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
PRIVATE MONEY F, D. Wead, 1520 Doug.
11,000,000 TO LOAN on business and rest
aence property in umana; lowest raits
no delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters & Ox.
LOANS on improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, oust f irm isauonai nana aiag.
$1,000 private money.
Selby, 440 Board of
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
1213-15 Harney Bt, four floors
basement, 33x126. Alterations to
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO
1330 Farnam Bt
Tel. Douglas 1074.
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
nan outlaws, ui in. aiu oi., souta
omana. A.ppiy to manager. 1134
FOR RK -Large corner store room, 16th
and V I' ten bis.. ou. J. xa. .Bachmann,
436 Pax' Block. 1 ilo21
111 & 15TH BT. J. N. Frenxer.
lli FARNAM, S stories and basement $100.
JOHN N. 'K.N2LK, OPP. OLD P. O.
FOR RENT The t-story and basement
building 1022 Douglas St. Apply on the
premises or to David Cole. J M 613
HESS ft SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam.
L. HENDERSON. 161 Farnam. Tel. Doug.
DRESSMAKING In lamllor at hoins. Miss
Sturdy. 2542 Chicago. 'Phons JUd 47vO.
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
Myara. 1716 Jackson,
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts pressed.
not ironed. 211 & Uta St. Tel. Doug. 2i4.
SEWING machines rented, ar.y make, 750
per week or $2.00 oer month. Second-
bnd machines for sale, $5.00 and up.
b. Cycle Co.. .1Mb and Harney.
r VATE CONFINEMENT HOM4 Mra
Dr. King, 201S N. 21st St. Tel. Doug. 66
f1v.lt, - j . Kmnroioering.
fnV- !,K.nd clenlng. sponging and shrink
ng, onlv r.a . , . ......... li.,
Gin rivi a .
4O0 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1931
TpFaRJBRS AND PRODUCE 8HIP-
..,-. 1'" niK PKL mHrK
e pay highest market price ob-
hfn.J. on,date of receipt for best quality
eggs; we charge no commis
remlttnrice in cash or merchandise
promptly. THE BENNETT COMPANY.
TSn.hSALVATION ARMY solicits eastoft
ClOthlnr In . , . .
j . , anytning you ao nm
ilk co11. repair and sell, at 114 N.
iilvLw 8t" for CO(,t f collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'phons Doug. 4136 and
wagon will call. U-611
r5P.7"xllcal and surgical treatment at
:.n''"' mrairn college, i4tn ana unv
nport Sts.; special attention palri to con
i,nt p""es; all treatment supervised
oy college professors. 'Phone Doug. 11B7.
t-ails answered day or night. U 128
TLvITT GARBAGE CO.. office 4th and
- nui in iei. iougi&a uti.
DA.TfA Stammerers' Institute. Ramge
-"" U 89
nUI,CI -Smith, 11 N. 16, 2d 11
AN.T T011 GIRL In need of a friend call
LWr to tn natron of the Salvation
"'i nomi ror Women at 824 N. 24th
St, Omaha, Neb. U MloO
''R'V-ATE home during confinement: ba-
r , """f"" ine wooa Samaritan mm.
i u5h 728 nr" Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
TeL 774. II 822
PENNELL Millinery Co., 822 North 16th St.
U 691 J 5
RyPTURE CURED-No knife, no pain, no
""""""" iom Dusmess. can or write
i?J,JSifSet' tc- WL1CK CL' RE RUP
TURE CO.. 511 Woodmeu of World Bldg..
Omaha. U 6U2
BT2IN?E8, .rub' goods, by mail; out
t enu ror tree catalogue. Myers-
Dillon Drug Co., Omaha. U-4193
Burkley Printing Co.
U Mi10 D31
Masque costumes. Lie ben. Tel. ills. Open ev.
MASSAGE Lwd'f !
wvaaa Wiu Bld-lJIIUl UVIa
U M157 J3
DR. VOGEL'S private home for ladles be-
iore ana auring connnement; beat and
cheapest in the city. 2319 8. 13th St.
FOR anything In the sowing machine Una
n n A I II. CM . ,1 n a Q , . . . . .
ev a . s,. r luuiiiait .u , Ulil h p. Ave.
U 493 J10
BU7 from the manufacturers, Rurkley
Envelope Co. U M811 D31
NAME embossed In gold letters on Christ
mas presents. Henry K. Tagger, 32 Barker
block. U 831 D31
TYPEWRITERS rented. $2 50 per month;
an muxes; sausiuciion guaranteed, r ox
Typewriter & Supply Co., 1822 Farnam St
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax
ton s salve. B. J. tscannell, agent, 5"9 YVnra
C1K. U .M678 J21
LADIRIS If you want a safe, speedy regu
lator that will please you address Post
Box 747, Omaha, Neb. U M135 J3x
DR. C. X. SOMMER, homeopath. Bee Bldg,
U ftliS7 J 22
TYPEWRITERS All makes, for rent, $2 to
4 month. Central 'typewriter exchange,
1603 Leavenworth. 'Phone Red 6T.W.
U M990 Jan23
WANTED Addresses of private famillP!
wno win noara ana room noyios collect
students at $3.50 per week. Tel. I)iig-s4
RAN AWAY From their homes near South
Bend, Neb., Friday, December 2K, Roscoe
Wortman, aged 13; short and heavyset
dark eyes and hair, round face and pug
nose, nails on three fingers of left hand
crushed and purtly grown in; wore long
dark pants ana one knee torn, nark gray
coat fastened with safety pin, light shirt,
no collar, dark cloth cap. Frank Dewev,
aged 13, a little taller, dark hnir arid
blue eyes, very pleasant expression, wore
light gray pants, too long and rolled up
at Dotiom over snort, nark pants and
Mack stockings; light shirt, no collar,
dark coat, dark cloth hat. Both bovs
carried skates when they left home. $jo
rewara ror inrormation leaning to return
of both boys. O. J. Wortman. South
Bend, Neb. Abhlund Independent 'Phono
y-4-i-'J. I ' 2T.9 31
DR. PRIES, specialist; women's diseases.
weaknesses, discharges, irregularities
curea paimessiy ana saceiy. 514 isu. 16th.
BEST nerve bracer for men, "Gray's Nerve
r ooa 1-nis, si dox, postpaid, bnerman &
Mcconnell Drug Co., Omaha. 696
Do You Wish to Make a Change
II you nave a, (arm, noma, Dusinesa or
property that you want to sell or ex
cnanta, wruv us.
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO
Omalut, Neb., or bioux City, la.
Drug stores for sale. F. V. Knlest, N. Y. Llfs
A. ONE investment,
'Phone Red 6372.
CONFECTIONERY, cigars and tobacco;
gDOd depot location; invoice between $400
and $5oO; 70-acre farm, $66 per acre; 121
acres, $; 12 acres fruit and good 6-room
house, $3,0u0. Alvy Smith Co., Co. Bluffs.
YOUNG, systematic hustler, not over Jo, to
Invest about $1,000 in transfer, storage
and coal business and manage dipait
ment store. 13o7 N, Lincoln, Neb.
PART of Incorporated stock for sale In one
of the best manufacturing businesses In
the city or state. Must he taken before
first of year Factorv located in Omaha.
Address K 495, care of Bee. Y W7
HAVE capital for investment with service,
In a large and good wholesale hardware
or grocery business In a city. Party
means business and all negotiations c.,n
fldentlal. Address P. O. llox 43. Coufrell
Bluffs, la. Y M993 SI
WANTED-Man with V to l,60O to In
vest in a manufacturing plant, one who
will take an active interest. Address W
5o2. Hee. Y'-vMiTS Jlx
WANTED A man with a small capital, to
take sisitlon as assistant manager In
manufacturing and Jobhlng business;
must have experience. Address I. S.D,
care Bee. Y 258 31
THE mid-winter term for adults at Mor
and's. 16th and Harney, htun Friday.
January 4, 6 p. in. ; -in I prices f"r tlrst
night. Tel. Douglas VAX. M 167 j JL
- - -- - T
ANCHOR and Iron Fenclu
l - S.r. V 1-7. U I
Wm W AW. aVW V. At bU
ri. hi "4.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
In need of money T
This Is the time of year when
everyone n ceils r..me extra cash.
We have a lot -f ready rrmney
which we are goln to Imn for a
short time at the lowest rates ever
known In this city
PIANi'S. WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, HORSES. WAGONS,
If you have other bills It will he
cheaper for you to let ua furnish
you the money to pay them and
concentrate all your Indebtedness
at one place. This la an old, re
liable onlce and our business is as
private as a bank.
Don't worry. Call on us for all
the money you need. Our terms
are the lowest, our service Is ths
quickest and our business the
most private and confidential.
Reliable Credit Co.,
8rd Floor 307-8 Paxton Blk.,
Cor. 16th & Farnam Sts.
Save Something During
Start right now. Get nut of the old rut you
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR SALARY,
WITHOUT HAVING THEM DISTURBED,
Then pay off your troublesome debts and
concentrate all you owe.
. Liberal Rebate
Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.,
lit Hoard of Trade Bldg.
S08 S. 16th SL
Tel. Doug. 2U!95.
and cithers furnished money upon their
own names, without necurlly; easy pay.
ments; offices In 63 principal cities. Save
yourself monay by getting my terms first
D. li. lOLMAN,
714 New York Life Bldg.
DR. PKIBBENOW'3 MONEY
loaned on furnltuie, salary, pianos, horses,
etc., in any amount; leas than half rates;
perfect privacy, immediate attention; any
terms wanted; payments suspended when
sick or out of work. 214 Karbach Blk.
tu9 South 16th St. K 700
Bowen, 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 ai small cost
Open evenings till 7. X 701
FOR A SgUARE DEAL GO TO THH
PHOENIX CREDIT CO. For chattel or
salary loans. Hii Paxton block. 'Phone,
Douglas-745. X M816
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE, reliable, accom
modotlng, all business confidential. 1301
Douglas. X 703
MONEY loaned on planoa, furniture, Je
airy, horses, cows, eta C F. Reed, 310 S.
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loans. Dull
Green Loan Co., room 8, Barker Block.
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loat Co.. 1504 Farnam St. X 706
THE LEAD1NO PALMIST OF OMAHA,
QUICKLY. READS ALL OF YOUR
PRESENT, PAST AND FUTURE
without asking any questions whatsoever.
The accuracy of her recent predictions
that have been recently made by
have been greatly verified In all branches.
The benctit which has been received by her
advice, furnishes nmple proof that her
seiuorlty la Keenly leit and appreclHten: uy
the many "THANKFUL" letters received
expressing the amazing fruitful results of
her PREDICTIONS that have come to pass
in rewara to tne nn.nrs or
BUSINESS. SPECULATION. TRAVEL,
LOVE, MARRIAGE. HEALTH AND
IMPORTANT EVENTS OF LIFE.
CONSULTATIONS ARE DAILY GIVEN.
Satisfaction la assured or no fee accepted.
PARLORS AT 113 SOUTH 16TH ST.,
Engagements made by 'Phone Douglas
4"!X. S-Ml!li2 31
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, secondhand furniture,
stoves, carpets, clothing and shoes; pay
the best prices. Tel. Douglas 3971.
WANTED To buy, soldier's additional
eight-acre homestead scrip. Address
John Steele, Bee Bldg., Omaha.
. N M977 Jan2x
DR. ROY Warts, moles removed by elec
tricity. R. 2. 15u5Furnam. Tel. Doug. 6487.
JOHNSON INSTITUTE, 4'J N. Y. L. TeL
When You Write
remember It takes only ar. extra stroks ot
two of the pen to mention the fact thai
you saw their ad In The Bee
Abundant Rainfall and Good Crops
1 are making the west famous for
ricn iarmers ana rancners. i ne
Union Pacific R. R. is closing out
the last of its lands In Kansas.
Colorado, western Nebraska and
$3 to $5 Par Aer
For full information regarding
lands and special excursions ap-
LAND AGENCY. U. P. R. R.
Dept. B. 318 to. 15th SL OMAHA
Office of Lee-Olass-Andi eeaeu Hardware
Company, Omaha, Neb., December 0, lKua
No Ilea is hereby given to the stockholders
of the Lee-Glass- Andreesen Hardware
Company that the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the company will be held
at the offices of the said company, corner
of Ninth and Harney streets, in the city of
Omaha, In the state of Nebraska, on Tues
day. January 8. A. D.. Ilsi7. at 3 o'clock d.
I m., for the purpose of electing a board of
directors lor tne company to serve auring
the ensuing year, and to transact such
other buiiiness as may be presented at
such meeting. Attest;
W. M. GLASS. IL J. LEIS,
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING OF THE
UNION LAND COMPANY.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholdera of the Union
l,and company for the election of five di
rectors and the transaction of such other
business as may lawfully come before the
meeting will be held at the office of the
general solicitor, Union Pacific Building,
9th and Farnam Sis., Omaha, K'ebrask.
on Monday, the 14th day. of January, lr7,
at In o'clork a m
The stock transfer books will be clgj
ten days previous to the meeting.
ALEX MILLER, H. cretaiy.
Dated, New York. December 2"'th. li
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
The South Omaha and Western Railroad
Comiany, for the election of seven di
rectors and the transaction of such othr
biislnoS as may come before the meeting,
will be held at the orhce of A. L. Mohirr.
comer of Ninth and Pamam streets,
Omaha. Neb., on Wednesday, the th day of
January. A, D. l'V7. at 11 o'clock s. m.
Vr.ilSu M. CUC tteurrary.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
t"IO STATIO!" TKTH AMD MARCY
talon PaelCe ,
Overland Limited a I M em 1 11 pM
The China and Jnnan
Fast Mall a 41R fim 6.10.1
Colo. CaJIf. Ex a 416 pm il;Ll
California Ore. Ex . ..a 4: Pm R-inF
I-os Angeles IJmtled...al2r( pm a" exactl
7-."fl- "i1"1' .'; ai warn at hai
North Platte Ia-iohI 10 m Will knov
Reatrlce Local b 1:00 pm knt chem.
t hlrago, Rock Island at Paelf giving a
EAST. g or un
Chicago Limited a 1:16 am s,,,.
Iowa Local a 7:00 am a1 r
Chicago Mail a He food-.
Iowa Local hl2r06 pm b
Chicago (hjistern f7x.)..a 6:06 pm a
Chlcasn (Iowa Lmtd.L.a 6:S6 pin alliT"
Des Moines Local a 41' re
Rocky Mountain I. Unit. .a 7:3n am a 1:06 a "
Colo. A Cal. Ex press... a 1:50 pm a 4:W p.
Okl. Texas Express.. a 4:40 pm SJ2:06 prea ,
Lincoln Falrhury and
Rrllcvue a :50 pm a 1:30 an
(hlrato Great wrxers, '
St. Iaul V Minneapolis. :30 pm T:1B am
St. Paul Minneapolis. 7:46 am 11:. pro
Chicago Limited 5:40 pm :o am
Chicago Kxpresa 7:45 am 1150 pm
Chicago Express J. 0 pm 1.30 pm
t hlraao, MllnssUre t. Pawl.
Chi. and Colo. Special.. a 7:55 am a 7-30 am
California and Ore. Ex. .a 6:46 pm a 3:10 pm
Overland Limited a &i3b pm a 9:30 am
Marlon A Cedar R. Loc.b 6:45 am bll.OOpm
1 lileaao A Korthnnlrrs.
Cedar Rapids Pass a 7:06 am a l ot pm
Twin City Express a 7:60 am a 10 .00 pro
Chicago Daylight a 3 OA am all :15 pm
Chicago Local all:S0 am a 3 46 pm
Sioux City Local a 8:50 pm a 26 am
Carroll Local a 4:83 pm a :60 am
Ploux City Local a 1:46 pm
Chicago Express a 6:50 pm a 7:30 am
Fast Mall a 3:00 pm
Fast Mail a 3 26 pm a 8:30 am
Twin City Limited a 8:26 pm a 7:06 am
Overland Limited a 8:38 pm a 9:31 am
Chicago Limited all.OO pm all 61 am
Norfolk-Bonesleel a 7:40 am a 10 .16 am
Llncoln-Chadron b 7:4i am al0:36 am
Deadwood-Llncoln a 8:00 pm a 5:06 pm
Casper-Shoshoni a 3:00 pm a 6- pm
Hastings-Superior b 8:00 pm b 6:08 pm
Fremont-Albion b 6:02 pm bl2:40 pm
Chicago Express a 8:00 am a 3:W pm
Chicago limited a 6:00 pin a 7:30 am
St. Ixiuls Express a 6:30 pm a 8:30 ant
St. Louis Local (from i
Council Bluffs) a 9:15 am alOJO pm
Stanterry Ixical (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bll:30 mat
K. C. & St. L. Express.. a 1:00 am a (:30 am
K. C. & St. L. Express.. all :16 pm a 6:26 pm
Nebraska Local a 3:05 pm sll:40 am
BIHLIXGTOX STATION 10th A MASOlf
Denver A California... .a 4:10 pm a 8:30 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm a .30 pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm a 9:06 am
Northwest Express allilOpm a 6:30 pm
Nebraska Express a 9:10 am a 7:40 pm
Nebraska Local a 8:00 am
Lincoln Local a 9:06 am
Lincoln Fast Mall L 3:00 pm a12:0l pm
Ft. Crook & Plattsin'th.b 1:60 pm bl0: am
Bellevue & Plnttsm'th..a 7:60 am a 8:80 ar.i
Denver Limited a 7:10 am
Bellevue A I'ac. June. ..a 8:80 am a 8:30 am
Chicago Special a 7:26 am a 7:26 am
Chicago Express a 8:45 pm a 3:55 pm
Chicago Flyer a 8:06 pm a 7:25 am
Iowa Local a 9:16 am al0:58 pm
St. Ixiuls Express a 4:46 pm all:30am
Kansas Clty-St. Joe alO:45 pm a 6:46 am
Kansas City-St. Joe a 9:16 am a 6:10 pm
Kansas City-St. Joe a 4 45 pm
WEBSTER STATION 1 nth WEBSTER
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis a
Twin City Passenger... b 8:30 am b 9il0 pm
Sioux City Passenger... a 2:00 pm all :80 am
Emerson Local b 6:20 pm b 9:10 am .
Emerson Local a 8:46 am c 6:50 jjor,
Local via Weeping
Water a 8:06 am a 8:60 pm
Falls City Local a 8:50 pm all :20 am
a Daily, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday, c Sunday only, e Daily
DEFECTIVE VISION AND CRIME
Conclusions Draws from Observattea
of Inmates of a State Re
formatory, Four hundred Inmates of the Elm Ira (N.
Y.) state reformatory have been fdund by
the ophthalmologic of that institution to
possess some defect of vision. Only tha
most glaring defects were brought out,
under the conditions imposed by the state,
and such errors as a difference in the
vision of both eyes were Ignored. In a.,
recent Issue of the Buffalo Medical .UA.rnal
Dr. George M. Gould of Philadelphia points
out tho handicap under which these young
criminals are laboring when they attempt
almost any work of civilization, and con
tends that, Instead of punishing them, they
should be given accurate and sclentlfla
glasses, to enable them to make their liv
ing. He says:
"The state, In its infinite stupidity, doubly
punishes them both by Imprisonment and
by Improper glasses. Such is governmental
wisdom. put upon 108 out of any
400 moral and well raised boys of 12 years
of ago spectacles which would correct tho
ametropia (abnormal refraction of the eye)
of any one of these 1U8 boys of the reform
atory, and they will get Into either the re
formatory, a hospital, or their graves
within a few years."
Dr. Gould also states emphatically that If
legislators or officers of the government
were treated in a similar manner "there
would bo different laws enacted, at the next
legislative sessions, and the administrators
would see that they were executed." He
charges the state with "amazing blunder
ing" and says that the state will not only
not pay the oculist, but It will not let him
do his work scientifically; It will not buy
the glasses, and It will not take care tm
have the glnsscs fitted by an expert opti
cian. The author asserts that It would be a
money making business If a private oculist
and optician would lake the job of reducing;
the state appropriations for criminal Insti
tutions 50 or 75 per cent, and Insist that
this could be easily done by preventing?
the ocular diseases and Teflexea which di
rectly cause crime In the young. What
the stnte doea, or rather neglects to do,
was brought out by an Inquiry which Dr.
Case, ophthalmologist of the Elmira, re
formatory, directed to 1:3 penal Intuitu
tlons. Dr. Case asked If visual scuteness
was tested when the boy or prisoner wag
received; what the results were; whether
glasses were prescribed; the effect on con
duct, etc.; whether oculists were employed;
whether appropriations were made for such
work, ami so on. Sixty-three institutions
failed to answer; of those who did reply, 63
per cent had no oculist and Only 6 per cent
even hud an optician. Moreover, It came
i out that only 16 per cent bad any appro-
print Ion for such work whatsoever. In
some of these institutions, Ir. Case avers,
I baskets of all kinds of lenses are placed
neiore ine ooys ann mey are oroerea la
choose any pair they please. "The entire
affair," said Dr. Gould, "Is a farce ant)
absurd bit of opera bouffe at best, that
should be laughed at nd burled out of tha
sight of self-respecting or of buslnesa-llka
Wherever there was any attempt to go
at the subject In even an inadequate way
the results on demeanor, conduct, school
or hand work, promptly showed great im
provement, the percentage of such Improve
ment ranging from 15 to 54 and averaging
about 40. In conclusion the author says:
"Even under these ruinous conditions na
ture responds a little, and there Is a de
gree of betterment gained. What would
be the gain if accurate and thorough-going
work were permitted, If It were demanded T
At tha same time the government prides
itself on being a democracy, the medical
profession prides itself upon being scientific,
and the peopl) pride themselves on know
ing bow to conduct an enterprise in a bust-ness-Uke
Entire stock of children's furs at tV4 per
cent off, beosoa Tbarue, Uli 0irugla4 Ut,
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