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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1908)
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roant m on word.
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when accompanied hr eash, the rata
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tlons, 0 renta per line each Insertion
even or more ronseeatlre Insertions,
it rents per line each Insertion BO
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at any of the following drag stores
one Is "roor corner drulst" they
re all branch offices for The Bee and
roar ad will be Inserted Jaat as
promptly and on the same rates as at
the main office In The Be Belldlnar,
Seventeenth, and Farnaaa streets.
Albach. W. C, 40th nd Farnarn.
Heranek, 8. A., 14f S. 11th Bt.
Becht Pharmacy, 72 8. lth 8t.
Denson Pharmacy, Henson, Neb.
Bmls Park Pharmacy, 33d and Cumlrg.
Blake's Pharmacy, a26 Sherman Ave,,
t'aughlln, C. R., 6lh and Pierce Sts.
Chfion Pharmacy, 2211 Military Av
Conte, J. B., 31nt Ave. and Farnarn St.
Crlssey Pharmacy, 24th and Lake Sts.
Ceimak, Emll, I3i4- S. 13th St.
Elilers. P. H., 2K02 l,eavenworth St.
Fouler A Arnold!, 213 N. th St.
Kroytag. John J., 1914 N. 24th Bt.
Florence Drug Co., Florence. Neb.
Oolrlmftn Pharmacy, 10th and Lake Sts.
Green's Pliurrnacy, corner Park Ave. and
Ureenmigh. G. A.. 102T, S. 10th St.
Oreenough, O. A.. 1U4 8. 10th St.
Hoyden, William l. 29i0 Farnarn St.
Ilanscom Park Pharmncy. 1401 8. I9th St.
Hoist, John, 8L'4 N. lfith Sjl.
Huff. A. L., 2M4 Leavenworth St.
King. K. 8.. 223 Farnarn St.
Kountxe Place Pharmacy, N. 24th St.
Patrick Drug Co., 1 N. 14'h St.
Lathrop. Charles K.. H-'4 N. :4th St.
Peyton, L. K., -4t li ami Leavenworth Sts.
Saratoga Drug Co.. zlth und Amu Ave.
Bchaefer's Cut Price Drug Co.. ith an!
Schaefer. August, 3031 N. 16th St.
Schmidt, J. H., ;4th and Cuming St.
Storm Pharmacy. Iflih and Martha Rts.
Walnut Hill Pharmacy, 4ith and Cuming.
Walton Pharmacy, th ond Uruce Sts.
Worth, O. II., uh and Hamilton Sts. -
Funeral of Harry B. Davis.
The last mortal remains of our late
brother. Harrv B. Davis, will be escorted
ly the Elks from his late residence, No. 6H0
South Seventeenth avenue, fit 10 o'clock
Monday forenoon, to the lodte rooms of
Otnuhii lodge No. 39, B. P. (V Elks, third
floor Ware block, southenst corner of Fif
teenth and Farnnm streets, where the body
will lie In state until the hour of the
The funeral service, according to th
Elks' ritual, will take place In the lodge
room at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Mem
bers of all fraternal organizations to
which the deceased belonged are especially
Invited t- attend. The public generally are
also Invited and all Elks will attend with
out further notice.
SIDNEY W. SMITH,
Acting Exalted Ruler.
Attest: I. W. MINER Secretary.
Members of Omaha aerlo No. 38, Fraternal
Order of Katies, will meet at the Elks' club
rooms. 15th and Farnarn Sts.. Monday, July
B. at 2 d. m.. to attvnd the funeral of our
lato Brother Harry B. Davis. Burial at
Forest Lawn cemetery.
D. W. . ( ANON. Secretary.
THOMAS J. FLYNN, W. President.
Opens July 6
NEW classes In bookkeeping, stenography,
telegraphy, English, grades 6 to 3. In
clusive; extra teachers engaged; spe
cial rates; large enrollment; start Mon-,
day morning at 9 to win success as
many others are doing. 'Phone D 1289,
Omaha Commercial College, Rohrbough
Hide;.. 19th and Farnarn. Official tele
graph nhool L P. R. R. Co.; poHltlon
jjuaranteed graduates. (1) M766 11
SIGN PAINTINO S. H. COLE, 1801 Doug
THE CITY GARBAGE CO., office 4th and
Leavenworth Sts. Tel. Douglas 1387.
DIRT Wanted-J7 N. 82d.
J. H. Parrotte.
SEND for our lint of second-hand automo
biles. r E H K 1 1 IT, 1818 Fsrnam. mm
BARTER AND EXCHANGE
I HAVE a line farm close to this city; S40
acres, $76 per acre. 1 want a well estab
lished 'mercantile business worth about
llu,4X. Lock box, 670, Clinton, Mo.
(3) MfaHD 6x
FOR SALE OR RENT First class meax
market, 607 S. Main. Council Bluffs, la.
Address C. W. Lelchford, Council Bluffs,
la. (4) M9i
DRl'll stores for sale everywhere. Kntest,
N. Y. L. Bldg. (4) 223
TO GET in or out of business call on
GANG EST AD, room 403, Bee Bldg.
TOR SALE Two grain elevators on Bur
lington In southeast Nebraska, large ter-
rltory. good cropa. Address Y 73, care
Bee. (41-M606 7
FOR SALE Desiring to retire, we offer
our general merchandise business, located
In one of the best sections of northeast
ern Nebraska, for cash. Will Invoice at
about 6,0Xi. of exceptionally (lean staple
goods; business well established, with
prosperous farmers. This ts not a trad
ing stock and we will deal only with
partte warning a sound, profitable bust-
nes. well Iocs lea in a county seat town,
Address R, A. Racely. Pender, Neb.
(4) M770 6x
NEW, clean, 810.000 stock of general mer
chandise, at a bargain. Good location;
' county seat town. Must be sold quick.
For full Information write George J.
Nlcolaus, Trustee, Schuyler, Neb.
(4 6S I
DAIRY place for rent.
43d and Center.
(4) M760 6 1
MINNESOTA and Wisconsin Ice tpr sals
In car lot. A. G. Gilbert, Counclflllt'ff s.
SPECIAL I have a business propneliion
that Is a winner. Anyone can make big
money. K. C cottrell. Nortn Mancneeier,
Ind. 141-MW x
fudge C T. Dickinson. U4 Fasten Blk.
IN FAMILIES Mlsa Bturdy.
PIES' tailor made suits, summer gowns
and shirt wsUt suits, foevial attatttjna
river to oat of towa auslomera, t4 Old
liuarttm dtere Bldg. (6-144 Brpt Ci
DR. ROY, R. 1 1508 Farnarn St. Dour. wt.
MAMIE WRIGHT, U Douglas Blk . Doug
lus 6497. (5-M183
DAVID COLE Creamsry Co. (t 67
BAILKT MACK. M fir. Paxton. D. 104.
CAPT. HAZE. 617 Karbach.
OMAHA DETECTIVE AGENCY, til B.
Hth; all work promptly auenaea to;
strictest secrecy maintained. Doug.
J16. () Mllljyll
PROF. HARRY C. FRANCK. A. M. E. M.,
First systematic elocutionist In tne worm;
one course only to become a good speaker
and singer; all particulars at Bt. Cath
erine's academy, lSth and Cass Sts. Call
soon; time Is limited. Terms low.
RATE In sums to
suit, no Bee Bldg.
'Phone Dm, alas 2904.
UNION LOAN COMPANY.
IF YOU WANT
a smalt loan on your furniture and don't
want to psy an exnorbitant rate, sea to
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
HI Board of Trads Bldg., 16th St. Entrance.
HESS 8 WO BO DA, 1416
L HENDERSON. 1519 Farnarn. Tel. D. 1KB.
PANAMA hats bleached. Ramser. 0 So.
14th St. (o) M116
THE 8CHLITZ. European. 18th and Harney.
ill)--6 1 i
ST. JAMES, 418 B. 13th, American, $1.26 I
day, 16 per week and up, bath.
Unlit and Marin.
Expressmen's Delivery Co.: office, 214 N.
IttUi St.; warehouse. 1207-11 Isard BU
JOHNSON INS., 411 N. Y. L Tel. D. 1604.
Dr. Kathryn Nikolas, 60S N.
Y. L. Bid.
(6) M ttso
DR. BROWSER, over 1600 Far. Doug. 6870.
(6) 216 Jy6
BEFORE placlrt your 1909 calender order
don't fall to soa our Imported line. Lyng
lad as Jorva, printers, lGth and Capitol Ar.
F. J. SUTCLIFFB, court reporter. Tel. D,
RAPID SHOE REPAIR CO. First class
work. lbUVs Capitol Ave. 'Phone Red 991
SHOE8 repaired right; called for and de
livered free. Standard Snoe Repair Co.,
1304 Farnarn St. Tel. Douglas 767.
Safes, Shatters, Eta.
OMAHA SAFE AND IRON WORKS,
makes a SDeclaltr of fire escapes, shut
ters, doors and safes. U. Andreen. Prop.,
102 a. 10th Bt. 16) 680
WILLIS C. CROSBY, licensed embalmer
and iuneral director. 1624 No. 24th St.
. Tel. Web. 47; (5)-, Aug!
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Housekeepers and Dousestlos.
WANTED A girl to do good plain cooklrss.
2460 St. Mary's Ave. (7) M353
DR. WBRTZ, dentist. 6th floor Pajtton Blk.
(7) M31 Aug 1
GOOD girl for general
North Twenty-fifth Bt.
(7) M671 6
WANTED Girl willing to work for board
and room only two In family; compan
ionship desired more than help; girl going
to school preferred. References required.
Address M 732, care Bee (7) M734 x
GIRL for general housework, small family.
8002 MaeonSt. (7)-M64 8
HELP WANTED MALE
Aceata, Solicitors ana talesmen.
QUICK SELLERS 114 S. 12th SL
WANTED Traveling roan by Omaha firm.
Permanent position; good Income. Ad
dress F 676, care Bee. (9) M344
WANTED Salesmen to sell our line of
lubricating oils, greases, paints, and spe
cialties. Exceptionally good proposition
to experienced salesman. Tbe Crescent
OH Co., Minneapolis. Minn. (9 MM6 4
WANTED By a local firm. Men to travel
and sell farmers an articled of merit and
big value at a moderate price. Good
Income guaranteed. Address E 67S, Bes
office. (9) M346
THE Sttmpaon Computing Scale Co., De
troit, Mich., has first class territory in
the northwest for specialty salesmen to
handle Its high grade line of automatic
computing scales on commission basis
Esmples furnished free and peronsl n.
structlon given. (9) M701 10
NEW novelty, just out; live agents make
111) a day. Goldberg at Hons. Importers,
1212 Harney. (9) M649 Aug 1
DRUG clerks' positions.
Knleat. N. Y. L.
Factor and Tradea.
LEARN TELEGRAPH Y Position guaran
teed; booklet free. Boyles College, Umehu,
Pet). Official training school U. P. K R,
WANTED Men to learn barber trade, few
weeks required, best paying work with
In the reach of poor man. can have shop
with small capital; wages from 112 to
$J0 weekly; wonderful demand for bar
bers. Catalogue free. Moler Barber col
lege, no 8. 14th St. (9 M704 9
WANTED A good butcher to do slaughter
house work, run wagon and make sail
sags, single man preferred. State wages.
Address John T. Sawyer, Newman Grove,
Neb. 9-Mtf) 7
FREE employment Dept. Business Men's
Asa o; no fee. Call 626 N. x. Life Bldg.
ttO SUITS to order. $16; $ pants tor $4.
MaoCarthy-Wilson. Sot Bouth 16th.
IS NOW OPEN
Students Admitted Any Day
Bookkeeping. Bherllmnd, Telegraphy and
Bnglleo. (official Training School Colon Pa
elfls H. R. l'elegrapn Department. A postal
get futl Information. Addrea H. H.
boylss, Boyle Bldg. Omaha. (I MzTT
BEE want-ads sell
HELP WANTED MALE
hoes. Chabot, 100
m 178 July2l
WANTED for United States army: Able-
bodied unmarried men, between ages of IS
and 85; cltlsens of I'nlted States, of good
character and temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For In
formation apply to Recruiting Officer,
13th and Douglas Sts., Omaha, Neb.
WANTED Partner to run or manage an
established business; salary .k a week;
little money required. Call between 1 und
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
II arses and Vehicles.
HIGH srrade Cortland runabout, sacrifice.
Johnson-Danforth Co., 10th and Jones.
(11) M366 Jyii
For the next 30 days we will make low
prices on sample surreys and buggies.
Omaha Buggy Co., U15-17 Farnarn St
MILK wagon for sale.
43a and Center.
(1G) M759 6x
Poaltry, E(ii and Squabs.
BILKO CHICK FOOD Is the best If your
dealer does not handle call Doug. 1141,
Ind. B-3458. A. W. Wagner. Sol N. 16th.
WHEAT. $1.76 per 100. Wagner, 801 N. IGth,
LOST AND FOUND
LOBT An English setter bitch, white body,
with orunge spot on side; orange ears.
Just showing in whelp. P.eward for re
covery. Tel. Harney atf. (12) 736
LOST Pocketbook containing money and
voucher for currants; reward. Douglas
404. (U) M7JI7
ANT poor girl In need of a friend call or
write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at SS24 N. 24th
St.. Omaha. Neb. (13)-M6S9
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelghton Medical college, 14th and Dav
enport Sts.; special attention paid to con
finement cases: all treatment supervised
by college professors. 'Phone Douglas
1167. Calls answered day or night.
BEST nerve brace for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills," U' a box. postpaid. Sherman
& McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha.
MONEY TO LOAN
SALARY AND CHATTELS,
For Any and Every Need
Consult the OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN
CO., a firm whose squareness and fairness
has never been questioned. blXTEEN
YEARS established, sound as a bank. We
do all that others advertise aud a LlTTLdil
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
U9 Board of Trade Bldg., ltkii bt. Entrance.
P. O. NIELSEN & CO..
708 N. f. I Jfe Bldg. 'Phone Doug. 1204.
CHATTEL, salary and storage receipt
loans. niey Loan Co., U04 farnam at.
JJFFERED FOR RENT
Board I a a and Rooms.
VIENNA hotel; private aintng rooms; car a,
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 1626. Schmoller
Mueller Piano Co.. 1311-1413 Farnarn.
LEWEX European Hotel, 13th and Farnarn.
FURNISHED rooms and board In Park
district In strictly modern house; large
lawn. Telephone H-4343. (15) Mltia 6
THE GEORGIA REOPENED
SINGLE rooms, rooms en suite, rooms with
private bath, with excellent tame uoaru.
1041 8. 2th Bt. Tel. Harney 661.
(15) M709 lOx
FURNISHED room, with board. In private
family. Address P. O. Box 63t.
(15) M866 8
DESIRABLE ROOMS and board, 212 South
2&th St., 'Phone Doug. 3038. (15) M4 11
EAST ROOM, strictly modern, erectrlo light
and telephone: suitable lor a gentleman.
Tel. Doug. SW7. 217 b. 26tb Bt.
VERY desirable south and east rooms. 270
Farnarn. (15) Muu jy x
NICELY furnished large front room, east
exposure, also smaller room; modern con
veniences. 122 N. 2tth St. Tel. Harney 22i4.
(16) 614 7X
YOUNG man to share finely furnished
room; reasonable terms. 2702 rarnam.
"Phone Harney 2065. (15) MoM 6x
LARGE front room: modern ; private fam
lly; select neighborhood. 131 N. Mat Ave
NEWLY furnished rooms; house, new and
sirisuy modern. 410 in. ijui m.
(15) M616 7x
TWO connecting front rooms, modern
apartment, close In; private family. Tel
B-2047. (16) Mu50 16
STRICTLY modern furnished rooms. 2611
Chicago St. Doug. 6213. (15)-M7U lux
VERY desirable front room; fine location;
walking distance; 218 S. 2olh St.
(15) M738 lOx
TWO elegantly furnished rooms; modern.
21 N. tod St. (15J-M746 11
NICE furnished south room. 2532 Cap
itol Ave.; breakfast If desired.
(16) M758 7
Annrtaaeata and Flats.
6-41 R. FLAT. Qulvet, 1W9 Farnarn.
3-6 r. flat, Scargo. 516H N. 21th. S. O.
HALL, ill First National Bank. Red 74'.
FOR RENT Four nvKlem flats, reasonable
rent, close In. Crelgh. Sons & Co., iui
Bee bldg. (16-M6tl
THE SHERMAN Elegant 6-room apart
ment. Call Ind. A-37fe2. (16 M64 6x
6-ROOM modern apartment In the Dun
sany. 10th and Pierce, $25 per month.
Conrad Young, Agt., 1618 Dodge.
Burt St., $4X
(-room modern flat, i.'16
Inquire above number.
l-ROOM modern brick flat, ai3 Pacific
St. Phone Harney 3263. (16) M741 Y
$16 00 6-ROOM APARTMENT, 1$08 North
22d St.; modern except heat. Call Har
ney 2766. (16) M764 llx
( ROOMS for rent. $1000.
846 8. $4th.
Hoaeekeeplaar ft 00 as a.
FOR RENT Two excellent, modern, fur-
nlshed rooms for housekeeping; 'phone
ms tor house
2674 Harney St.
(id) -a a s
THREE cool modern room.
tM N. 23d St.
TTO nicely furnished rooms complete for
light housekeeping. All modern. 2019
Webster Bt. (161-MW7 llx
SUITE of modern rooms, fin location, nice
and cool for summer, everything coo
veoleot. VtM California Bt, (i)-iifus U
any medium in
OFFERED FOR RENT
LARGE cottsse on Lake OkoboJI, fur
nished; three blocka from Arnoldl's
pnrk station. Mrs. S. 8. Curtis. 8177 Ia
enport St. (15) M517
Houses and Cotlacea.
LIST your vacant nouses with Walter
ureen company. 914 .N. x. Lire Hidg.
FOR RENT 7-room house. 27' Howard.
gn.i, electric light, beautiful Interior, oak
floors and finish. Tel. Harrier A',17.
(15i MHtiS 7
8617 eEWARD ST., 6 rooms, modern, IIU
4174 Cass St.. 6 rooms, all modern, 136.
BEMIS, Paxton Blk.
FOR RENT All modern, II -room house, 7"4
N. 23d St.. large yard, fine shade trees,
$40 per month. Parlies still In the housu
and will be glad to show you. (15) KU9
BEATS them all; quality and price; also
Central; 7 rooms; bath, laundry. 220 N.
6-ROOM partly modern, 2016 Grace St., lit;
o-room, ia iioor, ivirz n. zetn si., 114; 10
room modern house and barn, 938 No. 25th,
140 and water rent; storeroom, 1806 N. l'4th
St., 115. Chris Boyer, 22d and Cuming Sts.
FOR RENT 8-ROOM modern house, 2610
Chicago. Tel. Douglas 860O. (15) 340
7-ROOM house, modern, near Ilanscom
park, $24.00. 'Phone South 7.
Maggard Van & Storage Co. D. 1496. We
guarantee moving pianos. H. 11. goods.
DR. WBRTZ, dentist. 6th floor Paxton Blk.
houses n 5r, ot tn c"y.
HOUSES. Insurriicn. Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
HOUSEHOLD goods packed, forwarded;
cheap freight rates; moving snd storing.
Expressmen's Delivery Co. Tel. Doug. ti4.
OMAHA Van and Storage Co.. pack, move.
sior . m. gooas. utorenouse 1120-24 w.
19th, office 1CU9 Farnarn. Tel. Doug. 1659.
SIX rooms; no children; all modern except
furnace, 130. 2638 Davenport. (15) 731 9oc
HOUSES-Peters Trust Co., N. Y. L. Bldg.
FOR RENT Modern house. 618 S. 20th St
(15)-M169 Jy 8x
ROOMS, 2252 N. 19th St.. all modern,
hardwood finish; corner lot; almost new;
30. Tel. Webster 1206. (16-MS64 8
HOUSES, flats. Garvin Bros.. 1604 Farnarn.
?p67 PACIFIC ST. rooms, modern, oak
nnim HO. A. U. Elllck, 602 Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT 6-room brick cottage, modern
except neat, corner rth and Ohio Sts.,
126. Tel. Web. 3169. (15) 666
SIX-ROOM. 109 N. 26th St., strictly mod
ern, oak finish; nearly new; close In;
nothing neater In city; to small family
only. 'Phone Doug. 8770; Auto. B-1920.
FOR RENT 7-room modern house, at 502
No. 25th St., newly papered and repaired,
In first class condition; fine neighborhood;
130 per month; tennant pays water. Conmd
Young, agent, 1518 Dodge St. (15 658
FOR RENT Nice 7-room modern house,
2d and California; first-class repair,
hardwood floors; cement walks; lawn and
shade trees. Rent reasonable. Room 105
McCague Bldg. Tel. Douglas 695.
EIGHT ROOMS $36.0).
Hot water heat, modern, polished floors
ten minutes' walk to 16th and Farnarn, best
of neighborhood; South 2Mh Et. Tel. D0113-
ihs it. (15) MS, 8 6x
TO RENT 6-room house, modern. 23
Howard St. (15) M7C2 7x
118.00. 6-room modern flat. 1204 N. S4th Rt
$16.00, 6-room pertly modrn flat, S. E. cor.
or ann and faui ts.
$12.00, 4-rooni modern, i706 Burt 8'.
$7.00, 2-room modern, 14 4 8. 16th St.
ROBINSON & WOLF,
4.S Paxlon Block.
OFFICES In The Bee Building for rent.
Apply R. W. Baker, superintendent, room
iw. (lo) M160
FOB RENT on June 1, large office room
l?x22 feet. In Croiuiae block, onnohlte uoet.
office. Conrad Young, agent. 1618 Dodjre
t (1) 4
DESK ROOM for rent In an office located
on the busy corner of 24th snd N Sts.,
poum uiu-ina. tan si rsee ornce, b. U.
branch, .24th and N, new address.
24X28 yitfcT, 2d rioor, bouth a-id east
front, 18th and Harney, $26; '.6x20, 3.
S. S. CURTIS, 1808 Harney.
DESK room In desirable office located In
Brandels .building, with the privilege of
stenographer and telephone, cheap. Call
439 Brandels Bldg., or phone Red 42i79.
(15) 6S8 6
THE one-story brick building at 914 Far
nam lit., with tracks go In the rear. Wilt
1 remodel to suit tenant. This would make
gooa quarters lor machlnu shop, plumber.
tinner or for storage purposes. For
further particulars apply to the Be
uuuaing co.. ran ana lrarnsra.
SCARGO BI K., S. O.-New. 520 N. !4th.
HALL, 317 First National Bank Red 74 .
CORNER store room. 702 N. 16th St.
For Rent Space In building located In
wholesale district, with trackage at rear
of building and electric elevator. Address
W 225, Car Bee. (15) 17
OFFERED FOR SALE
Pianos, Orgaai, Musical Inst raiments,
NEW piano for rent. $3.50, $4 00 and $500
per mouin. a. ospo -o., iai u,'ugiss.
V (16)-MU7 j23
Typewriter and Sewlaaj Machine.
FOX TYPEWRITER, No. 127420; only used
short time snd In A No. 1 condition; for
sale at very reasonable price. Call for
Wright at Bee office, 17tu and Farnarn
TYPEWRITERS. second-hand, biggest
stock In west. $6 up. Write Central Type
writer Exchange, iwi t arnam.
HAVE made a deal whereby we came
Into possession of 60 good 2dhand tpe
writers. Will sell any of them cheap, l-ea
Stenographic Co., 4c9 Brandels Bldg.
$ PER CENT and per cent mortgages.
Mill County Abstract Co., (jlcnwood. la
$19 orders; catalogue free. Sherman i
UcConnoU Drug Co., Omaha, Nsb.
OFFERED FOR SALE
M luccllnneooa Continued.
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables. We lead the world In
' cheap bar fixtures; easy payments.
Brunswlck-Balke-Coilender, 407 8. 10th St.
ICE. ICE, MINNESOTA ICE In car lots.
A. U. Gilbert, Council Bluffs, la
15END us your maj. orders
freight paid on (10 lots.
Drug Co., Omaha.
SOME flrsl-clsss laundry machinery fir
sale cneap. 1. r. 1.1 1 ne, iiK:imii, Np(j.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.. beKl mixed
paint. Sherman & McConnell Dru Co
FOR BALE Several handsome marble mnn-
tels, together with grates snd tiling; these
are In perfect condition: will sell at very
email price. R. W. Baker. Xoom luo. Bee
Bldg. 116) M124
A LOT of stone for coping, window snd
door sills; also fancy pressed brick, for
sale. Apply R. W. Baker. Supt. Beo Bldg.
$-$ RUCKER & WESTON news case and
stands to. sale cheap. Call at Bee ofrlca,
Omaha. (lii 69$
HAY, $6 per ton.
Wagner. 801 N. 16th.
HOMEOPATHIC remedies, wholesale, re-
tall. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., 16th
and Dodge Sts., Oiraha. Neb. (ltl)-s-O
WAGON UMBRELLAS. $1. Wagner, soi N.
ltn. U)-MU Jyl8
BUTCHER SHOP and slaughter house
fixtures complete. Cheap; cash. P. O.
Box 627. Omaha. (16) M469 Jy9
CURRANTS for sale.
L. J. Ihm, Tel. Ben-(1)-33S
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand.
D. O. BARNELL, Paxton Blk.
Tel. Red 7117.
PATENTS THAT PROTECT-Three books
for Inventors mailed on receipt of 6c post
age. R. S. St A. B. Lacey, rooms 29-39 Pa
cific Bldg., Washington, D. C. Estab
lished 1869. (17) 6J
LARSON 4 CO.
Book free. 622 Bee Bldg.
f AONFTin treatment and bath. Mme.
JUAU1 J-i 11U amltu. U8 N. 15th, 2d floor.
A HOME for women during confinement.
We find homes for babies where mothers
cannot car for them. Mother Lee, 4u$
Bancroft St. 'Phone Douglas 1921.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicit castoff
clothing; In fact, anything you do nut
need. We collect, repair and sell at 134
N. 11th St., for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'phone Douglas 4136 and
wagon will call. (18) 785
YOUNG WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association rooms, liltf
Farnarn St., where they will be directed
to suitable boarding place or otherwise
assisted. (18 -8 Id
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
rices. Bend lor iroe catalogue. Myera
'tllon Drug Co.. Omaha. il8 626
MASSAGE eltmer' uBtive
lUJiOOAUlJ Theraupautlcs, 120 8. 16th
St., Old Boston btore, Room 8O8, 4th floor.
Omaha Stammerer' Institute, Ramge Bldg.
DR, WERTZ, dentist, 6th floor Paxton Blk.
(18)-M663 Aug !
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME Mrs.
Dr. Xing. 1324 N. 24th. Tel. Webster 3:59.
HOME-MADE wine, both sweet and sour;
six years old, $1.00 per gallon. Cackley
Bros.. 121 N. lttth, St (18) M575 JulylG
A LI'XEM BURGER., middle aged, with a
good tritde, wants to find some Luxem
burger. Address 4110 N. 25th St., or 'Phone
Web. 163. (18) M673 15x
WANTED Girl willing to work for board
and room; only two In family; compan
ionship desired more than help; girl going
to school preferred. References required.
Address M 732, enre Bee (IS) 734 6x
HEAL ESTATE DEALERS.
PAY NTS INV. CO.. first floor N. Y. Life.
GEORGE A CO..
1601 Farnarn. Tel. Douglas 754.
BENJAMIN R. E. CO.. 477 Brandels Bldg.
E. KEMPNER & CO., real estate, rentalt.
Insurance. 674 Brandels block. Dnugla
2141. 1H)-M606 Jy31
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Four Acres $925.00
Five and a Half Acres $1,415,
Ten Acres $2,750,
One Mile West of Benson.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st Fl., N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tela.: Doug. 1781; A-11SS
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
110 Board of Trade Bldg.
Tels.: Doug. 49; A-2049.
$412 Lafayette Ave.
All modern I room.
'Phone Harney S466.
Money to Build
Large or small loans at rea
W. II. THOMAS,
503 First National Bank Bldg.
(19) Mil i
EEAL ESTATE TITLE TRUST Pfl
CHAs. E. WILLIAMSON. Pres.
LIST your property with Chris Boyer. Ft
and Cumin gla. (19-Q1
CITY PROPERTY' V!tVi A I.E.
Btrlctlv up-to-date bungalow pontalnlig
reception hall, rarlor, two bedtamhTs.
bathroom, pantry, kitchen sn I two clos
ets, hl.ch woodwork; all rooms atirnc
tlvely papered, cellar futlv c-mmted. not
water lieit. piped for and wired fir
electric Unlit, KsM front lot 42x 25 1 'Cited
lust ncrth of Field club 10.TO 8. hSth Ave..
Price J3.0O0; ll.n-X) cash? balance iTi per
C. G. CARLBERG. 911 N. T. LIFE.
HANSCOM PARK IIOMK-l-room house,
1.H Georgia ave., inndcrn throush..ut.
Let 5fxl.'J. feet. 16. ron.
CONRAD II. YOUNG. 1518 t'odee Ft
(19) MS12 7
11,900 8even-room house, good repair, god
east front lot, close In. N. Fenger, 618
Bee bldg. Tel. Red S157.
(19)-M693 Jy lSx
FOR SALE OR RENT Tlilck residence;
21 rooms; extensive grounds; walking
dlstnnce; suitable for reMdenc", hopllal
or club house. C. H. Brown. 407 Brown
Bldg. (19 M34U
HIGH CLASS FLAT
ADJOINING HIGH SCHOOL
I. CONNER, OWNER,
BOARD OF TRADE BLDG.
FOR 8ALE Frame stores and flats at 24th
and Maple Sts. Price $3,760. Terms easy.
Now rented at $46 per month. A good In
vestment. CREIGH SONS A CO.,
608 Bee Bldg.
WEST FARNAM STREET.
Two elegant modern brick residences In
West Farnarn street district, one block
from street car; everything In fiist-cluM
shape, $4,000 each
First Floor New York Life lliUMlnc
For good 6-room modern, hut heat. In good
condition, near Clith und Dcdge. Tills is a
43 j Paxlon Block.
R3ED ABSTRACT CO., Est. Ibofi. Promid
ervlce. Get our prices. 1710 Farnarn Ht.
FARM AA'D RANCH LAND FOR SALH
TRAMPING LAKE. Saskatchewan and
Southern Alberta selected lands, $8 to $11
per acre. Settlers secure farms on crop
payment plan. Agents wanted. "Write
Gundy & Gundy, Dept. B, Union Bank
Bldg.. Winnipeg. (20) M368
GOOD FARMING LAND Near Denver.
Greeley district; wells 18 to 40 feet; abun.
dance of moisture; general farming. In
cluding corn raising; one crop pay for
NATIONAL INVESTMENT. CO.,
682 Brandels Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
WANTED We bave several thousand
acre of good Colorado lands for eale; ws
want good, live agent to represent us.
Glob Land and luvestment Co., Omaha,
17,600 acres of eastern Montana farm lands
for sale at $4 60 per acre. A snap for a
quick buyer. Billing Loan and Title com
pany. Billing. Mont (20 M31
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS on Improved Omaha properly,
OKeofe K. .K. Co.. lull N. x. Life Bldg.
PRIVATE MONEY-CASH ON MA.Su-
NO DELAY. J. H. Ml 1 HEN, 202-8 Id f
NAT. BANK BILDG. TEL. DOUG. 1278,
PRIVATE MONEY-NO DELA1,
GARVIN BltOS.. 1604 FARNAM.
PRIVATE MONEY to loan, $400 to $6,000;
cash on hand; no delay. J. H. Sheiwood,
616 Brandels Bldg. (22) M363
FIVE PER CENT
Money to loai. on
Omaha business property.
Room L New York Life Bldg.
WANTED City loan and warrant. W.
Farnarn Smith di Co., 1320 Farnarn St.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F, D. Weed.
Wead, Bldg., lSih and Farnarn. (22) 636
WANI ED City loan. Peter Trust Co.
LOWEST RATES Bemla. Paxton Block.
MONEY TOLOAN--Payn Investment Co.
' n i 637
WANTED TO BORROW
TO BORROW $300 on $2,000 security; fur
niture In private home. O. 724, Bee.
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST price for 2d -hand furniture, e.ir.
pot, clothe snd shoe. Tel. Douglas 3KL
BEST price paid for Z-hsnd furniture, car
pets, sloven, clothing, khoua. Tel. Bed 6401,
WANTED To rent three or four-room flat
' with heat; muat be close to l'jth and Far
nam. Addreas P, 6S5, care Bee.
(2 632 7x
PROPOSALS POR SL'PPLIES. ETC.
Omaha, Neb., June 30, 1908. The Board of
Education of the school district of oinalm
trjvttea sealed bids for fuel, cadet uniforms,
stationery, janitors' supplies and printing
for the yen- ending June 30, 19u9. Certified
checks must accompany bids as follows:
On bids for cadet tyilforma, Janitors' sup
plies and stationery, S5u.n0 each. On print
ing t ter cent of the amour,l Lid. On hard
coal, S100. On soft coal, 15u0. Checks to be
made payable to the school district of
Omaha. Circulars of complete Information
can be had upon application lo tne under
signed. The board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids and to waive any
defect or Informality In any bid should It
be deemed In the Interest of the school
district to do so. All bids will close at t
o'clock p. m., July 13. ISoS. Berxl sealed en
velope containing bids to the undersigned
marked a follows: "Proposals for sup
plies. J. P. Bl'RG KS3. Secretary, fr City
Hall. Omaha. Neb Jdbt
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Mecca. c j
Rldlrjsj once, past noon. In a blistering
glare, wo came unexpectedly upon an old
man, bent, lean, and gray, but trudging
sturdily eastward, ankle deep In the sand,
appearing a liclples figure In that Inimical
waste. He was afoot, alone, clad all In the
rags of a pilgrim; and that he was piously
Inclined was speedily evident, for no sooner
had he perceived our caravan than he re
moved from the road, spread his abba In
haste, and knelt to recite the prayers, con,
tlnulng to bow and patter until we halted
"Whither bound T" ald I.
"To Mecca, khawaja, to perform the eere
monies. I am come from beyond Egypl
an,1 am belated because of sickness."
"Have you no fear of starvation ?"
"God Is my sustenance, khawaja," ha an
"Neither dread of wild beasts no
"God is my Meld."
"Here Is a lonly pilgrimage," said I. In
"Ood Is my companion, khawaja, and my
"Rut to die In this wild desert!"
"The will of God, khawaja; I am con
tent." We rode on, having stood, In, pity, t
watch the pious pilgrim turn a sand drift,
moving in haste above his strength; and
presently It may have been two hours
we encountered, In a gully, a red-bearded,
mighty man, not yet grown past his youtn.
who. In this best, had stripped to Ills
fluttering shirt; a morose and angry M-
Jo v (thoygtrt we), now sweating and out
of" breath, as with running. He, too, was
In haste. It seemed but wherefore was a
mystery, and heeded us with Impatience,
but we coulj not let lilm pass, for tie had
no glrbe of water, nor any bread that
could ee, and seemed to be travelling In
continently to a bitter dea'h.
"Have vou neither food "or watert" I
"Two hours gone," he answered,
you pass an old mun much given to
"Rearing an Egyptian water bottle?"
"The hot lie Is from Alglera whence am
I; but the man is the same, may Ood reward
him with hunger, thirst and plague For
three days, khawaja, we travelled In friend
ship, and he shared all that I had. havlrrg
nothing mybelf; but this morning, when I
awoke, he had stolen away, and I was de
serted, thieved of my water and bread, and
lefl to die."
We gave the man food and water, urg
ing him the while to leniency.
"Your beneficence." sajd lie, "has saved
the life of that false frlVnd; but still by
God! will I punish him."
He departed, rurjilng. Norman Duncan.
In Harper' Magaslne.
In the abdominal region 1 prevented by
th use of Dr. King's New Life Pills, ths
painless purifier. Ko. For U hjr tita
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