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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. OVEMUJSK G. 1000.
Adrrrllirmnli fnr these tolnwm
will be Ukra until HI tn. for the
cvenlni edition and nntll H P
for murilni and Sanday edition.
Rates, I l-2e a nor4 flrl Insertion,
lo a rrord thereafter. Kothlas taken
far ! than 2&o tor the Oral Inser
tion. These adTertUexaenU saast be
ran roaaeca lively.
Advertisers, by requesting nam-
errd check, can bae answers ad
dressed t a nnsnberr tetter In care
f The Bee. Answers so addressed will
he delivered presentation at the
W.WTCU-31 ALU HELP.
A WANTED, we have atendv work for a few
good hustlers of good habits nnd appear.
nee. C. F. Adams Co., 1005 Howard St.
BARBER trade tausht thoroughly In short
time, catalogue and partliulars free.
Address Western Barbers' Institute,
Omaha, Neb B-105
8ALE8MEN, to sell office specialties; fine
side line; used by nil merchant; cata
logue free. Model Mfg. Co.. IIox H. South
ucnu, jnu. h-jhwik
WANTKD. everywhere. hustlers to tack up
Inns, distribute circulars te , J,.ca,n'
vaslnc: good riavi Htamti foi -ply ".rite
Globe Advertising Bureau, Omaha, Neb,
WANTKD nt mice. 2 first-clnss collar
bucklers; good pay and steadj work. Fre
mont Saddlery Company, Prein' nt. Neb
"THE flATATdTflK DISASTER." )
pngen, lit) Illustrations; sample, flee; Nmns
nillfl, of P. hnnlli tnr .Hi CI IllH. WOTth J.
W. A. Hlxcnbaugh k. Co., Omaha. 500
waro diock, i .mil mi
SALESMAN nnd collector. Apply before 9
a m. The Singer Manufncturing.vo..
162 Douglas st.
YOUNG man who understands bookkeeping
and Monograph)'.- A. B. Alpin, i'13 ijour
las street. Il-Mr.i
WAVTEn. sttiilpnl In Orccc's Shorthand
successfully taught by mull; first lesson
free. St. Paul Business College, St PhuI.
Neb. u .M.v. o-
WANTED, men to learn barber trade; we
tencn the worK in two tnnnuis, prcesiii
complete outfit of tool", pay wages Sat
urday from atari, give board and pay
traninnrtnllnn tn mir- r-nlleitr-N at C hlcnRO.
8t lxruls or MlnnenpoU. where we have
constant practice thatcannot bo furnl'hed
in smaller cities; catalogue aim iiihu
lum mull. ..I tm Mnler Hnrlvr College
Representative. 1(23 Farnnm HI . Onmha.
for sales or advertising lob;
Triumph Co., Dallas,
A practical and technical school of
ELECTRICAL k MECHANICAL EN
Term opens November 10th. l!w.
hav And night classes.
Prepare ynur RON or YOURSELF for the
HATTLE 01' LIKE by obtaining n
practical and technical EDUCATION In
me KUKKMUST profession OI uiu.ij.
DON'T DELAY. CLASSES FORM INC
Call or write for full particulars
l'HE NOHTH WESTERN SCHOOL OF EN
Office 402 Woodman of the 'World Itldg.
Cor 16th & Howard Sts. li Ib3-,
WANTED, shoemaker to work on Jack; 10
weekly. Call 205 N. igiii. w
nt.iPiTnn ut mr tn tr.-ivel with eve. t.re,
rlallst. Call at O-xford hotel, 3 S 11th
WANTKD. ernerlenceil Balesneotilo for toy
and holiday gooda. Apply to W. H. lien
nett Co.. Tuesday, Wednesday or Thurs
nay, netween l Hnu . p. m. u 4v---.
WAXTKH KIJMAI.U IIHLI.
WANTED, 290 girls.
1K1 Dodge. Tel. ST.
IP cirls wanted. Canadian odlce, :522 Douela
WANTED, ladles to learn hnlrdrrsslng
manicuring and raco treatment; only io.i
weeks required, one year s apprenticeship
saved: wo ore, especially anxious to gut
eunuch students now to till Uio demand
for graduates; busy sunsnn now; 111 to
JI5 weekly when competent; special In
. duccmcnts this month; complete outfit of
tools presented. Call or write today.
Moler Collogc, 1623 Farnam St.. Room 19.
C M2M 7'
WANTED, competent girl for general
housework In family of two, nt 53j South
29th avenue. C-332 5
KXPERIKNCED lady bookkeeper wishes
position; moderato salary. B 26, Bee.
WANTED, young girl to nBslst tn house,
work. .! 8. rw Bt C M475 6
WANTED, neat, competent nurse girl. Mrs.
R. C. I'eters. 1046 Georgia Ave.
WANTED, educated self-dependent lady,
widow prefered; If experienced In busi
ness must mention reliable references;
hours short. Address B 33, Bee.
WANTED, woman for grnernl housework:
must bo over 25 years of age. C2I Puuth
lMh st. C M4!0 7
FOR ItIT HOI'!:.
IF you want your housnu well rented place
them with Benawa & Co. D 163
ALWAYS moving H. H. goods. Pianos,
Oftlce, lSllh Farnam St. Tel. 1559 or id.
HOUSES for rent In all parts of the city
Brennun-Lovc Co., 320 So. I3lh St.
Bcmls, Paxton block.
CHA8. E. WJLLIAMSON. I2u3 Farnam.
TOR RENT, house, a rooms, 8. W. Cor,
Park ove. ana ueuvenworm. Jioaern sx
cept furnace. Key at collago In rear.
BEE HENRY B. PAYNE, 601 N. Y. LIFE.
HOUSES, etc. F. D. Wcad, 1D24 Douglas.
I2t LANDON Court, 10 rooms, modern, In
line conanion; rent tu.w.
OMAHA LOAN &. TRUST CO..
I6th & Douglas Sts.
ISOT. WILLIAM St. 3 rooms, city water, 15.
1107 Marcy St., 3 rooms city water, J5.
Omaha Loan and Trust Co., lClh nnd
Douglas Sts. D 6i
4tU Franklin street. U block Military avs.,
8 rooms, inourru, itiiti nnni. J.tj.W.
B. E. corner SSth and Dodge streets,
XtS3 South 16th street, storo Toom, good lo-
cation, on riouin umnn car line, H5.V).
II acres south of Jetter'a Brewery, good
house nnd barn and tho best location
nround Omaha and South Omaha for a
garuner una pouury inrm.
GEORGE AND COMPANY.
1C01 Farnam St.
ttim 1 IF N'T. new brick cottace. ror. Mih
nnd Ohio st.. 6 rooms and large nttlc. K0
per month. Ella A. Ittner, 3S02 N. 17th st.
4J rf. 19TH ST., 9 rooms, modern. D 141 i
t-ROOM house, 27th and Furnnm Sts., all
modern. Call 2006 Farnam or pnone &ss.
I10U8ES and flats. Rlngwalt, Barker Blk,
CHOICEST flat In Winona apartment
nouse. Appiy u. 8. Elgutter, s nee wag,
2J21 N. 21th St., 3 rooms, city water, J7
umaim i.on onu Trust wo., itm an
Douglas Sts. D-it:
STEAM, heat, unexcelled four-room Hat. nil
mouern. 'luaru, zil k. 24lh. D 11162 u
lid 9. 27th St., C rooms, 120. Omahn Loaa
and Trust Co., lth and Douglas Sts
4-ROOM house. CIS Bancroft.
I 139 t
FOR RENT, strictly modern fist In Dav
Kige dunning, oppojiie -uy 11.111,
JU11N W. BOBBINS. 1S02 FARNAM ST.
10-HOOM. furnished or unfurnished, modern
home, with barn; location, wesi; winter
coal 1:.. at cheap rate. rood girl will stay
with mall family: possession given nt
onee, references required, Address A M,
ItOOM house, modern.
Ml N. 16th.
Monroe & Co ,
TO RENT, furnished hotise, modern Im
provements, witn piano, wj; reierences re
quired. 2f Douglas St. D M316 7
ElfJHT-ROOM modfrn except furnasn
vt) Wcb?ter, jis, nve-room, sis Cali
fornia, III Others. Rlngwalt Uros,
Uarkcr block. D-M32J
Wallace, Brown blk.
SEVEN rooms, modern, 1220 North Fortieth
street, D-MISS 12
FOR REST KtnXISIIEtl ROOMS.
STEAM heated rooms at The Thurston.
WITH or without board. 2S7fl Harney.
u AlfJb r21
MODERN, choice location. 123 S. 23th St.
ROOMS, modern. 2SS0 Harney St.
NEWLY furnished front room, modern, for
young men. jcs a. istn. b-.Mi ti
FPRNIBHED or unfurnished room, private
family. M2 8. 22d St. K M314 3'
HOCHEKEEriNO, parlor and kitchen. MS
N. 10th St. E 357
ITRNISHED or unfurnished, largo front,
newiy papered, Hint, quiet. u caidwn.
I'lRMSIIEI) ROOMS AM) HOARD.
GLENCAlRN,translents,$l.23 day. 1609 Doug
GOOD board, prlvuto family. D09 So. 25th Ave
UTOPIA. 1721 Davenport St.
NICE warm rooms, rood board, reasonable
lutes, me l'.ose, ivj) iiarney.
NICE south room. The Pratt, 212 S. 25th.
The Merrlam, good winter home, 2i & Dodge
TO RENT, 1 furnished. 2 unfumUhed rooms
ior win rurnisni. wnn Doaru. in pnvaie
family; -lulet neighborhood, near llanscom
park. Call 2S03 Woolworth Ave.
NEWLY furnished steam-heated rooms.
2315 Doug'.as. V M201 VI'
DESIRABLE rooms with board; xteitn;
reference. 202 N 18th. t M4H 4"
TOR ItU.NT I'M'tRNISIIED ROOJ1S.
4 UNFURNISHED rooms, 1716 N. 27th.
UNFURNISHED, for housekeeping, 2024 St.
i .. ...... n
; r titc, vj .o.
FOR RUXT STORES AM) OFFICES.
vail RENT, store In llrst class location
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Peters &
Co., ground Hour, isec blag. i rot)
FOR RENT, the building formerly occupied
by The lice nt 916 Farnam street. It has
four stories nnd a basement which was
formerly used as The Bee nress room
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested nnnlv nt once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Bee Building
AGENTS Article of absolute necessity In
every building; no competition; Dig pro.
fits; exclusive rights, failure Impossible
Agency Dept., S12, 27 William St.. N 1
WAATED TO ItHXT.
WANTED, to rent, a building containing
about 50 roomi". Suitable for a European
hotel and lodging house. Address Room
712c Jt, y. l.iie niag. musi db moneraie,
central noici to. jv .mjj
FURNISHED or unfurnUhcd. with board
for lady; or several unfurnished tor tnrc
auuus; reicrcucc. u i, uee.
PACIFIC Storace and Warehouse Co.. 912
914 Jones, general storage una forwarding,
Om. Van Stor. Co., l5HVi Farn. Tels, l559-fc3
WAITED TO BUY.
ALL kinds of household goods, hotels, etc.,
In large nnd small quantities, cnicago
Furniture Co.. 1406-10 Dodge. Tel. 2020.
IOUSES to move.
Wallace, Brovn blk.
WILL purchase a limited number of
(Jinauii savings uuiik hccuuius, iiri-nnn-Lovo
Co., 309 So. 13th. N-lfcS
WANTED to buy. 11,000 of Omaha Savings
bank accounts ior casn. Aoaress . ib,
Beo otllce. N-M548
FOR SALE HORSES, VEHICLES, ETC.
NEW nnd 2dH. vehicles at marked, down
prices. Harry Frost, 14th & Leavenworth.
FOR SALE, a horse und buggy cheap. In
quire ut 2ii.s Bt. .Mary a Ave. i"-iii
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FINE Voso upright piano at great sacrifice;
party leaving city. Address v 36. nee
oftlce. Q-1S7 N3
HARD and soft foundation ''piling; hog
fences anu crinuitig. wi uougins. y w
2DHAND safe cheap.
Derlght, 1116 Fnmam.
SAFES; buy, bell, ex'ge. Sehwarti, 114 Bo. 13.
2DHAND wheels, 5 to $10; itc wheels, i!5.
umana uicycie co., ltiin & cnicago m.
DON'T miss the opportunity to Inspect
our shock. e carry me larresi anu
most complete line of 2dhand stoves In
city; prices low. Don t forget tne pince.
Enterprise Furniture Co., 102-4 So. ltth.
FOR SALE. 1 150-H. P. Hoffman & Billings
Corliss engine in goon condition. nil or
address Bee y of Bee Bldg Co, Q &U
WRITE for catnloeuo of trusses, sunnort
ers. Sherman & aicconnen urugco. umena
NOTICE, country dealers, 2dhand furntturo
nnd stoves at lowest prices, carioau lots or
less. Chicago t urnuure co., if-iu uoug.
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 19 North 16th.
MM E.GYLMER genuine palmist. 1C03 Dodge
THE reliable Egyptian peacemaker, fortune
tenor nnc paimist. nai it. i,.-u , ibtn st.
i-ovs, wc, i anu iter urauu annex.
PROF. FLINT, natural clairvoyant, tells
your name, what you desire to know; nsk
you no questions; icsi iree louuy. J707
cass ni. im-T'
ELITE parlors. 615 So. ICth, second rfSnr.
MME. A DAMP, magnetic treatment. 507 8
win, toom t 477-11'
MAE EDGAR, 317r N. Uth St.". Hat eT
T MISS 10"
MME. AMES, 1615 Howard, 2d floor, room 1
urace iteynoias, assisiant. t M3U ?
DR. ROY. chiropodist, corns and superflu
nus uair rcmovcu oy ciecinviiy, u. l
Frcnier block. , V-W
VIAVI, woman's way to health. Hi Hoc bldg
TVKK1SH baths, massags baths, electric
nam, ior laaies only; SKinea women
mufure operators: nnest f-auinned b-ths
In the city. Kenstrom Bath Company,
ltooms -is to ilea umg. u --ji
Ht'PTCRE cured; no knife, no pain, no
aanger; seni ror circulars. Kmpire uup
ture Cure, XS2 N. Y. Llfo bldg. Omahn.
LADIES' Jackets and tailor made suits a'-
terea, citaned, repaired, m. rogoi, ao n.mi.
, U S7s
PRIVATE hosnltal for ladles before & dur
ing commemcnt; cables uucpica. ii3 ii
i. . w
SEWING machines rented and repaired;
rent K per month: supplies for all kinds
of machln-s, The SlnVer Manufacturing
Co., H20.162j'Doug.a, St. Telephone 41
vniui nr. n RttttT
rn. i. . t . . , t, i ..ii.v. k.
using one of our b"uttfui FitKcu
ACCORDION PLEATED FLOUNCE3.
Anv lllnrt rnmnlele fr.1m 11.00 till. AL
TERATION 1 ATTERN3 AND INSTRUC
TIONS FREE. Accordion and side pleat
ing ny tne yard. Henn ior circulars.
M. GOLDMAN At CO.,
2 Douglas Blk., 16tll and Dodge.
PRIVATE home before and durlnc confine
ment; babies adopted. .Mrs. uurgei, .'ia
SEWING In private families. 673 N. 45th.
PLEATING and skirts, all kinds; buttons
mnae to matcn. umana i-ieaiing to.,
1524 Dougjas. 13-2.J
CHILDREN boarded or adopted. S13 N 21d
street. lt Mix
LIEBEN, theatrical, masquerade costumcr;
iois tarnam. u 'M
WANTED, an Illusion net or other good
feature for window display Apply room
!'. Paxton l.otel, Omah-i.
MOM;! TO LOA. ItUAL ESTATE,
LOANS on eastern Nebraska and western
Iowa farms at 5 per cent; borrowers cm
n.iv IHO or any multiple: any Intcrost
date: no delay. Brcnnan-Lovo Co., toS
o, win at., umana, rsco. w .,Ji
MONEY to Iran on Improved Omaha real
estate, urennan-ixive Co., so. I3th.
$1,000 and upward to loan on Improved city
reA-iakt r .1 n im T 1 fa f n 42m 11. . I
property and farms,
co., HM t arnam.
WANTED City Ions, bonds and Warrants.
ueorgo 4: company, ltwi farnam street.
MOS'KV In nnv amount nt K. KV4. tnfr cent
J, W. 1IUUUI.M1 CU., ISW2 r All.AM ST.
MONEY to loan on farm and cltv nronertv:
lowest rates, u. i . uavis co., imj farnam,
MONEY to loan nt 5 and 6U per cent on
Omaha propsrty. W. B. Mclkle, 401 8. I5.h.
D. ti. 6 per cent: no de-
uurvin uros., iu t i
"arnam. W 211
WANTED City and farm loans; also bonds
nnd warrants. R. C. Peters Ac Co., 1702
Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W 215
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
FIVE per cent money. Bemls, Paxton block.
MONEY to loan on first-class Improved city
property or ior Duuaing purposes. ayne
Knox Co., New York Life. W-21S
PRIVATE money to loan.
9.-3 N. Y. Life.
J. H. Sherwood,
J1.5o3 TO IX3AN on real estate; cnll at once.
M. J. Kennard & Son, 310-311 Brown block.
MOSEY TO LOA. CHATTK.
TO LOAN ON
furniture, pianos, horses, cows, etc. Tou
to keen the property.
to people permanently employed on their
own names, without endorser or mortgage.
Wo loan from $10 up. We chargo nothing
for making papers and we keep nothing
out of the amount you ask for. You
may repay the money In one month or
take 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 months or more In which
to repay lt. Our rates are ns low ns the
lowest; our business Is confidential and
wo always try to please.
3U6 S. 16th St.
LOANED HALARIKD PKOJ'LK.
No endorser of mortgage required.
LOWEST RATES. EASY PAYMENTS and
OMAHA CREDIT CO..
Room 626, Fifth Floor, New York Llfo Bldg
AMERICAN LOAN COMPANY
will pay off your
And all other debts. A steady position all
that is required. i;akikh terms and
T OU'V'TI r-UATJGP.K THIS AW nTltPIl
LOAN COMPANY, Call and have a
prlvatn talk with us.
ROOM 601 BEE
MONEY loaned salaried rconle holdlnc ncr-
mancnt posuion wun rrsonxiDie concern
tipon their own names without security;
easy payments. Tolman, 706 N. Y. L. Bldg.
MONEY loaned on furniture, diamonds,
watches; payments connaentlat. Omaha
Chattel Loan Bank, 220 8. 15th, upstairs.
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE.
No mortgage or publicity. Pacers free.
LOWEST RATES. EASIEST PAYMENTS
SURE. R. R. employes receive tlmo to
suit convenience. Loans of other corn-
pan es taken UP. RELIABLE CHEDIT
CO,. Room 303. J'axton Block, X 227
MONEY loaned on nlanos. furniture, lew-
ciry. norses, cows, etc. c. t . itcea, sis . ia.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, dla-
monos. wnicnes, privately, uerger s ioan
Co.. iwjj l uriiam at., upstairs. a 22s
SALARY LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS. J.
W. TAYLOE, 213 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
MONEY loaned on nlanos. furniture, horses.
cows, jewelry, uun ureen, 11 s, uarker blk
J150 CASH or easy payment buys 25 strictly
lawrui (lucKrii sioi inHcmnes nir annus.
cigars or cash; will earn 12 and upward
weeKiy eacn. isan. t-iaric a: to.. Furni
ture Manufacturers, Chicago, 111.
FOR SALE First-class restaurant In Fre
mont. Neb. Address, J. it. Hoover.
I WANT to buy an established lumber
nusiness; state your terms. Aauress u ig,
isco uince. i 31312
GROCERY stock and fixtures; good trade;
self-supporting business; best location In
Omaha. Y M401 I
1300 CASH will purchase a one-eighth In-
needed to perfect patents. Address Oliver I
terest in a vaiuan e invention: innn.v in
a. Jtau, car? .Mercnanib- noiei, umana.
Y M43S 1S
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
RANCH AND FARM lands for sale bv ths
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllaster land commissioner. Union
I'acinc ueauquariers, umana. ,mo.
NON-RESIDENT will take best cash offer
on or norore ;sov. i lor &-room nouse ! :
lot. xxt urauu avenue. Address m. H.
Kiibourn, siiverion, ure. mi an.') v
FOR SALE cheap, largo lot a.d three
cottages. J. A. Ixivegren. 4th floor Pax
ton blOCK. U MS16
HOUSES, lots, farms, lands, loans; also fire
Insurance, uemis, i-axton dir. hu 234
SEE HENRY B. PAYNE, C01 N. Y. LIFE.
SIX-ROOM house nnd lot, H.ao.OOj 330.09
cash and balance J15.00 tn' nthly.
Another. H.&50.0O; 1150.00 cash and balance
Another that I will rent one year for 115.00
per monin, wun privilege ni applying
rent paid on purchase price If party de-
sires to buy nt end of the year, by paying
lis more montniy payment 01 io.j wun
out interest: nouse in goo-j repair, v .
Selbv. Chamber of Commerce Building,
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON. 1203 Farnam 8t
ViUl SALE HEAL KSTATU.
r, r. HAnmsoN, uarqains. ?is n y. l.
LAND. C. B. Burrows, Norfolk. Nebraska.
Itfc WJ Uec. 26
HERE Is one of the best bargains In a
small home In the city; is iirimorc St.
(Monmouth 1'ark), 6-room nouse, well,
rents J6, Ifiv), on payments; discount for
ofish If sold within i week.
George G. Wallace, 313 Brown Blk.
TOR SALE, farm,
tl,M. Address B 21,
"room house, ground 100-foot frontage;
close 10 car lino; eastern owner wants
t3,CO property, well located; will pay 12 per
c nlmri!iP kJSIt ShVn eov
,9i?nmo,r'aJie' lnt,n B0
bond, for "I. & 80
.'10-211 Brown Block,
y- w unur, "r. i''"""1-"",
farms and 10 fine stock ranches In east
Nebraska for sale cheap, nnd on easy
terms, some of which can be traded for
merehnndlnB. hardivnre. furniture, lmnle-
ments. horses nnd cattle. For particulars
address George W. Hutton, Coleridge,
eD. nr. nv.iii ;wj
FOR ONE week, good east front lot, 3th
si,, umana view ,mskc oner, .iusi sen,
G. G. Wallace. 13 Brown blk. RE 339
LADIES out of health find prompt relief.
uox zsi, umahu, reb. coniiuentiai.
LADIES, Cure ior WHITES, etc.; perfect
regulator; send (I, w. box umana, .Net;.
LADIES, Jl.Ooo for a case old Dr. Jackson's
montniy regulator fans to relieve in n
hotim. nr tnnnev refunded: no erirot or
tansy pills; many saved from suicide. By
mail, J3.00. Dr. Jackson Remedy Co.,
Dept. Q 2, 142 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.
LADIES' free monthly regulator; cannot
fall, Mrs. B Itowan, MiiwauKee, wis.
M 150 SQ'
LADIES, I positively guarantee Golden
Heal, never failing lemaio reguiaior, win
relieve most obstinate cases of delayed
W.i.i. tknr. ..,. -ecur,. framnli.'j" liuril. KIWI r.""""' "
servatlon, 11 Dr Annie Fowler, av; South
. .H; 1 nr Ann le Fowler, av:. South !
14th St., St. Louis, Mo. M-26S N30
VIRTUAMA cures impotency resulting
. . I . I. Ill .. I . . . . i
from lnitmeretlnns or debility, rives vl
tallty, lgor, restoring desires, ambitions,
aspirations of jouth, health, fitting for
surcess, happiness In business; profes-
slonal, social, married lift; : or 3 for U.
Bent anywhere prepaid on receipt of
price. The Kldd Drug Co.. Elgin. Ill,
Amcncun wince, reiuu, Huii-rmi-, .ivir
Dlllon Drug Co.. Omaha; M A. Dillon.
South Omaha; Davis Drug Co., Council
Bluffs. Full lino rubber good.
LADIES! Chichester's Engllsn lvnr.royal
rills are tne nest; sate, rename; taice
no ether. Send 4c stamps for pirtlcul:ir.
'Re lcf ror Ladies in letter ny return
mall. Ask your drugKlst. Chichester
Chemlcai Co.. I'hlladelpbla. Pa.
JOHNSON Institute, C1B N. Y. L. Bldg ,
Tel. 1661! Alice Johnson. 1). O.. Iadli s
dept., Gld E. Johnson, Osteopathlst, Mgr
M. E. DONOHUE. D. O.. of Still schfeol,
Klrksvllle, Mo. 60 1'axton Blk. Tel 13T
FAYETTE COLE, D. O., room 413 Beo bldg
N. M. McMURRAY, D. O.,; Mrs...l. R. Mil-
rick, . O., suite W6-3S nee mug
LOST English setter dog. black spot on i
back, black head and ears with white
over nose-ticked. Also IrUh setter dog.
color red. answers to the name of Snort.
Iteturn tcr i-rea s. uoouncn, bos so. win
St., and receive reward. Lost 173-7
STRAYED, small Jersey cow, tips of horns
anu lips oi ironi noois sawea on; rcwara,
Frank Fogarty, 2605 BTnney.
FREE scholarships tn plnno students. Prof.
urnum. fo ltamgo uii 67
B.&M. Junk house, J. Milder, Prop., dealers
in ail metals, potties, etc. carioaus u
specialty, S01-S03 Farnam, Omaha. Tel.237S.
HORSES wintered at Omaha Driving park
HORSES wintered, 14 per month. J. W.
J'neips, sit . i. l.iie oiag. i-none vm
Damagea lOOKing glasses resuvereu. ,us iu.
BIRDS AND TAXIDER3IY.
STOCK'S Bird Store.
WANTED, plain sewing.
1038 S. 23d St.
NEW classes for beglnner are forming
this week nt Moranu s. creignton iihii,
children Wednesday nnd Saturday; adults
Tuesday und Friday S p. m.; prlvuto Ies
sons dally; assemblies Wedntsdny, call
for terms; always open. M3U0 Dl
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN BANT S School. 717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLES College, court reporter principal.
i)CC j.iu. ...
NEBRASKA Business and Shorthand Col
lege. Boyd's Theater. -24.'
GREGG Shorthand. Om. C. Col. 16 & Doug.
ACCORDION and side pleating, cheapest,
best, quickest. Mrs. a. .imrK, s i-at-terson
Blk., l"th and Farnam Sts,
CHATELAIN School of Languages, Boyd's
theater, will reopen Monday, beptcmber 10.
ENGINE, HOILERS, ETC.
1,. c. Sharp-Mach. Wks.; motors, dynamos.
STAMMERING AND STLTTURING,
Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
Wanted to lease.
AfMiT--. trnrt. 10 acres nnd un. Douzlns
county, near snipping poinis. uwners or
agents. B 21. Bee. 4C0 S
CARPENTERS AND JOUIIHRS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work nnd repairing
promptly attenaea to. j. m. uenmree, 2010
and iJike Str. 370
FINE Belgian Hares for sale at common
sense prices. 5707 Florence Boulevard.
I HAVE a choice lot of young stock nnd
bred does for sale cheap. All peaigreea,
Address Ed Hervey, 1116 N- 40th. Omulm,
M 2tf4 &
CUT rate tlckcu everywhere. P. II. Phil
bin. 1505 Farnam. Telephone 761. 251
HIGH class tailoring, moderate prices, latest
designs. t. j. uroaeriCK, itu rnrnum.
OMAH V SS m Lautidrv shirts.
c, ojfft. 4 17' Leavenworth
t col.ars ' nw
EAGLE Loan ifllcc. reliable. Bccnmntod t-
lug, all business (.onfldtntlal. IM Di. jr.as )
- 2-1 I
LOANS. 11 Maronflr.; low rotes 411 N 1.,
WE tune : ' i.r plnno for Jl S".
Store. J':i l'odge. Tel. 115.
Rose s Art
r t i
IM RMTllli: RUPAIRIMI.
M. 8 Walklln. 2111 Cum.ng St.
Om. Uph. Wks, 161S Cap. ave.
SUES & CO.
Bee bldg.. 0mh, Neb
fit) VER.VMUM' .NOTICE.
OFFICE ( Hll F QUARTERMASTER
Omaha, Neb October J, 1?. Sealed pro
posals. In tripllcntc, subject to the us uil
conditions, will be received at thl ofllce.
until t o Olnck p. tn., central time, Novem
ber S, If f r lonstturtlon of u ward wing
nnd an addition for kitchen, in connection
with hns)!t.tl at Fort Crook Neb . also to
heating, Plumbing nnd ga piping mmo Full
Information furnished upon application to
this f'tti'T, or tr. the Q i:irtermut r F-ri
Crook Nt'' where plans and specification'
may w seen Proposals lo be marked
"Proposals fjr Additions to Hospital nt
Fort Crook. Neb.," and addressed to fh
undersigned, F H. HATHAWAY. C. Q. M.
O 10-11-12-13 N t-6
RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
BURLINGTON & Mis
souri Elver Railroad
"The Burlington Route"
General Offices, N W.
Corner Tenth and Farmm
Sts Ticket Otllce. 1502
Farnam St. Teiepnone,
bt - lelCI'HOe.
a 7:CS pm
I.mrntn. Itnstlnira and
McCook a s:0 am
Lincoln, Denver, Colo
rndn t'tnh California.! 4: nm n. !:00 pm
Lincoln A- BU k Hills, a :0 pm n 6M5 .im
Montana. Pugot Sound. .n !:00 pm u 6:43 am
i,con -ast Mall a 3.CW pm nl0:S3 am
Denver Colorado, Utah
a 6:t5 am
..alAMS am all:(3 am
Paclilc J jnrtlon all:W nm a S:20 am
Pacific Junotlmi a i:00 pm
So. Bend. Louisville,
Plnttsmoulh b 3.35 pm 111:S am
Ft. Crook. Piattsmouth.a 6:55 pm a i:2J om
n Dally b ex Sunday.
KAN8AB CITY. ST. JO.
feph & Council Bluffs
ton Route" Ticket Oftlce,
1502 Farnam St. Tele
phone, 230. Depot, T.n'.h
nnd Maon Sts. Tele
Kansas City Day Ex ,a :,.v nm a 6:'C pm
Kansas Cltv Nlslit Kx al0;13 pm a 6:15 am
St Louis Flyer for Si.
Josep(i and St Louis a 4:50 pm all:15 am
& Qulncy Railroad "The
Burlington Route "Ticket
Otllce. 1502 Farnam at.
Telephone, 250, Depot
Tenth nnd Mason Sts,
Chicago Spe- n
... t.vj in hiv.o (.r.l
... , . , t. ....... . n Cl'9rt '. ... n 1 ,rf. . .
tflUT.:rVlMpm a 7 5
moh a i-43 vm
UNION PACIFIC-"THE OVER
land Route" General Offices,
N E. Cor. Ninth and Farnam
Streets. City Ticket Office, 1324
Farnam Street. Telephone, 316.
Depot, Tenth nnd Mason Sts.
The overland Limited. .a :20 am a 7:35 pm
Special a S:20 am a 7:35 pm
Tho Fast Mall a S:50 am a 3:25 pm
The Colorado Special... ull:35 pm a 6:50 am
Tho Fast Mall a 4:35 pm
Lincoln, Beatrice and
Stromsburg Express.. b 4:10 pm bl2:25 pm
The Pacific Express ...a 4:25 pm
The Atlantic Express... a 6:10 am
Grund Island Locnl.;...b 5:30 pm b 9:30 am
u. Dallv b Dally except Sunday,
Railroad. City Ticket Of
tlce. 1402 Farnnm Street.
Telephone, 245. Depot,
Tenth and Marcy Streets.
Chicago Express ..
Chicago Limited ...
Paul Express ....
...611:10 am u 4.U3 pm
...a 7:45 pm a 8U5 um
..b 7:00 am b 9:40 pm
...a 7:45 pm a 8:15 ara
i nui i.tmitca
Fort Dodce Local from
Council Bluffs b 4:30 pm bl0:15 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
OMAHA & ST. LOUIS RAI In
road Omaha, Kansas City
& Eastern Railroad "The
Qulncy Route" licicet or
llcc. 1415 Farnam SU Tele
phone, 322. Depot, Tenth
and Marcy Streets. Tale
St. Lduls Cannon Ball
Express a B:05 pm a 5:20 am
Kansas City and Uulncy
Local . 7:00 am a 9:00 pm
CHICAGO. ROCK I8L
and & Pacific Railroad
"The Great Rock Ml
and Route" City Tick
et Office, 1323 Farnnm
Street. Telephone. Ki.
Depot. Tenth & Marcy
Sts. Telephone, 623.
Des Moines and Daven
port Local , a 7:25 am bll:3 am
Phlatrn Pvnnitii . . hlliinnni n. nm
. ci '.cago Fast Express, .a 5:00 pm a 1:23 pm
1 Lincoln and ruiruur...a S:30 am a 7:0i pm
Lincoln. Colorado Spgs.,
Denver, 1'uebi" cna
West a 1:30 pm a 4:13 pm
Des Molnen, Rock Isl-
and and Chicago a :15 pm a t:M pm
Colorado & Texas Flyer.a 6:f5 pm a 9:16 am
a Dally b Dally except Sunday.
FREMONT, ELKHORN &
Missouri Valley Railroad
Line" General Offices.
United States National
Bank Bldg., 8. W. Cor.
Twrlftn and Farnam Kta.
Ticket Otllce, 1401 Farnam St. Telephone,
Wl. Depot, 15th and Wubster Sts. Tele
phone, 145S. Leave. Arrive.
Black Hills Dcadwood,
Hot Spring a 3:00 pm a 5:00 pm
Wyoming, Caspar and
Douglas d 5:t0 pm e 5:00 pm
Hasting';, York. David
city, tiupcilor. -ieneva,
Exeter ar.-J ,,cn&rd....b 3:00 pm b E;C0 pm
Norfolk, Verdlgre and
Fremont b 7:20 am bl0:25 am
Lincoln, Wuhoo and
Fremont b 7:30 am bl0:25 am
Fremont Local c 7:30 am
n Dully b Dally except Sunday, c Sun
day only, d Dally except Suturday.
Dally except Monday.
CHICAGO. ST. PAUL,
Minneapolis & Otnana
Railway "The North
western Line" General
Ollicts. Nebraska Divi
sion, 15th nnd Webster
Sts. Cltv Ticket Office.
1401 ;uniam St. Telephone, ML Depot,
15th and Webster Sts.
Twin City Pisrengcr....a 6:00 um a 9:10 pm
Omaha Passenger all:lO um
Sioux City & North-
eaHt Nebraska SMS pm
a Dally, b Dully except Sunday.
CHICAGO & NORTH
western Railway "The
City Ticket Office. 1401
Farnam St. Telephone,
m rnaim;' rfVlfS
Mason .V telephone!
Daylight Chicago Spe
cial a 7:oo cm nll:33 pm
Chicago Passenger a 4:15 pm a i:40 am
Eastern Express. Des
Cedar Rapids nnd Chi-
cagu AlC:55 am a 4:03 pm
Eastern Special, Chi
cago and Last. a 4:55 pm a 1:(C pm
Fs Mail, Chicago to
Omtuia n 2:45 pm
Omaha-Chicago Limited. a 7:45 pm u S!( pm
Fast Mall a S:30 a in
Cedar Jtaplds Passenger a 6:30 pm
Eastern Express . b 9:00 pm
a Dally, b Except Saturday,
RAILWAY TIME TAflLES.
SlOt CITY ft PACtFIC
Hal. road The North
western Line" General
Ottlces United States
Naii r.nl ltn:tk tloilitlni?.
S. W. Corner Twe fth
otllce, l4i F.irrum fct Telephone, HI Vc
pet. Tenth and Mason Sts. Telephone, 621
. Leave. Arrlv?.
Twin city i;rnreM a g r5 am nio-.So pm
Twin City Limited ,a 7.33 pm a S:15 nm
. Sioux City Local
a t.w am a s:su pm
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAIL
rw.td General Ofllcca anil
Thket Offices Southeast
Corner 14th end Douglas
Sts. Telephone, 104. Depot,
la e. Arrive.
City 'Express al:M am a :M
IC C SU L. Express.. .al0;10 pm a C:15 am
Leave from 15th and
Nebraska, Local, Via
Weeping Water h 4;16 pm al0:41 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
ff?if?sw St Paul Rallway-Clt
rtf,,.,.",, TicKet unice, iwh r arnam
IMILWAUKETI Street. Telephone 251. De-
'S'StpttlL I pot. Tenth and Mason
fijV Lni',. Arrive.
Chicago Limited Ex .. ft 6.W pm a U, am
Chicago ,fc Omahn Ex. .b i.Uan b I'M pm
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
Ticket Office. 1504 Farnntn
Street. Telephone 9i. D.
rot." Tenth and Marcy
Streets. Telephone, c:s.
St. Louis "Cannon Ball" ,
Exbrets a J.CJ pm a S:20 am
(Should be read DAILY by nil Interested,
us changes may occur nt nny time.)
r.,nim mill, tni tin. w.w ntllnr Novem
ber 10, ll, will close tl'ROMPTLA In all
cases) nt tho General Post Olllce. as fol
lows: PARCELS POST MAILS close ov.v
hour earlier than closing time shown be
low. Parcels Post Malls for Germany close
at u p. m. Monday
TUESDAY At 7 n. m. for EUROPE. P r s
s. I.ahn. vl.i Southamnton nnd Bremen
(mall for Ireland must bo directed "per
s. s. I-uhr. ").
WEDNESDAY-At 7 n. m. (supplomcntnr
r. H ... . rfMAni" . . at T 1 1
i7 tU ill. I IU1 1.1 1 W 1 l- I'VI r. it."'.
vln Southampton (mall for Ireland must
be directed "per s. s. rt. i-aui i; ai v u,
tn. (HUtitilemcntarv 10:30 a. m.) for LU'
IIOPK. nor . s. Teutonic, via Oueenstown.
ut 9 n. tn. for ITALY, per s. s. Columbia,
via Naples (mall must uo uireciea -per h.
rnltimlil.i-"! nt 10:31 n m for BEL
GIUM direct, per s, f. Frlesland (mall
must be directed "per s, b. Fnesliinil ).
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE,
sivnzKui.Axn itai.y. spain. roil'
TL'GAL. TURKEY, EGYIT. BRITISH
INDIA nrd 1.0HKN7.0 MAROUE7.. Per s.
s. La Tournlne, via Havre (mail for other
parts of Europe must be directed "per s.
s. La Touralne"); at 1 p. tn. (supplemen
tary 2:30 p. m.) for EUROPE, per s. s.
Deutschland. via Plymouth, Cherbourg
SATURDAY At 4:30 a. tn. for EUROPE,
per s, e. Etrurla, via Queenstown; nt S a.
m. for ITALY, per s. s. Knlser Wm. II.
via Nnples (mall must be directed "per s.
s. Kaiser Wm. II"), nt S a. m. for NETH
ERLANDS direct, ior s. s. Rotterdum
(mall must be directed "per s. s, Rotter
dam"); nt 10 a. m. for SCOTLAND, per
s. s. Ethiopia (mail must be directed "per
p. s. Ethiopia
PRINTED MATTER, ETC This steamer
takes Printed Matter, Commercial Papers
uud Samples for Germany only. The samo
class of mall matter for other parts of
Europe win not lie sent ny tins tnip un
less specially directed by her.
After tho closing of tho Supplementary
Trans-Atlantic Malls named above, ad
ditional supplementary malls nre opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, und remain
open until within Ten Minutes of the hour
of sailing of steamer.
Malls for,Sonth and Central America,
West Indies, etc,
TUESDAY At 9 p. m. for JAMAICA, per
s. b. Admiral Dewey, from Boston.
WEDNESDAY" At 9:30 a. m. (supplemen
tary 10:30 a. nO for CENTRAL AMERICA
(except Costa Rical and SOUTH PACIFIC
POUTS, per s. B. Alllancn. via Colon (mall
for Guatemala must be directed "per s. s.
Alllnnca"): at 1 p. m. for CUBA, CAM
PECHE. YUCATAN. TABASCO and CHI
APAS, per 8. b. Segurnnca. vln Havana
and Progreso (mail for other parts of
Mexico must be directed "per n. s. Se
guronca"); at 1 p. m. for YUCATAN, per
s. s. Ravcnsdale (mail must bo directed
"per r. s. Ravensdnle").
THURSDAY At 2'30 a. m. for JAMAICA,
per s. s. Admiral Sampson, from Phila
delphia; at 10 h. m. for INAGUA und
HAITI, per s s. Bclvernon: at in. m.
(supplementary 1:30 p. m.) for NASSAU,
N. P.. per s. f. Antllla (mail must bo di
rected "per s. s. Antllla"); at 1 p. m. (sup
plementary 1:30 p. m.) for NASSAU, N.
P., GUANANAMO und SANTIAGO, per
s. s. Saratoga.
FRIDAY At 1 p. m. for MEXICO, per s. s.
Matnmas, via Tnmplco (mall must be di
rected "per s. s, Matanzas").
SATURDAY At 10 n. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND.
JAMAICA. SAVANILI.A, CAHTHA-
GENA and OKEiTOWK, per s. b. Alene
(mall for Costa Itlea must be directed
"per s. s. Alone"); at 10 n. m. for PORTO
RICO, per s. s. San Juan; at 10 n. m. (sup
plementary io:eo n. m.) ror cuhacao nnd
VENEZUELA, per s. 8, Hlldur (mall for
Savanllla and Carthagena must be di
rected "per s. s. Hlldur"); nt 11 n. m. for
CUBA, per 8. s. .Morro casne, via Ha
vana, nt 11 a. nt. for YUCATAN, per b. s,
Hermann, via Progreso; at 1 p. m. for
NORTH BRAZIL., per s. s. 1'oiycarp.
SUNDAY At &:30 p. m. for ST. Pinniin
MIQUELON, per steamer from North
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydnov. and thence by steamer, close at
this otrico daily nt S:30 p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wednesday nnd
Saturday). Mnlls for Mlque'on. by rail to
Boston, and thence by steamer, close at
this office dallv at $-30 n. m. Mails for
Cuba, by rail to Port Tnmpa, Fla and
thence bv steamer, closo at this otllce dally
nt n. m. (the connecting closes nro on
Sunday, Wednesday and Friday), Malls for
Mexico city, overiana. unless specially au
dressed for dispatch by steamer, closo nt
' this ofllce dally at 2:30 a, m. and 2:30 p. m.
' Malls for Belize, Puerto Cortez and Gunte-
mala, bv rail to New Orleans and thence
by Bteamer .close at this office daily at
3 n. m. (connecting closes here Mondays
1UI IJCII-U, I V. v. . . I ntiu v. ,H l- III,.. . w.
Mnllu fnr Cnsta Rlea. bv rail tn Mobile.
Ala., and thenco by steamer, close at this
oftlce dally at "3 p. m, (connecting closes
hero every Tuesday. "Registered mall
closes at 6 p. m. previous any.
Malls for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco,
close here dallv at 6:30 p. m. up to No
vember "b. nciusive. ror aispatcn per s. s
Zealandla. Malls for Hawaii, Japan,
China and Philippine Islands, via San
t rancisco, close nere umi' 111 ;jj p. m.
un to November inclusive, for dls
patch per s. s, Hong Kong Maru. Mails
for Australia (exceDt West Australia.
which goeq via Europe, nnd New Zealand,
which goes via San Francisco) nnd Fiji
Islands, via Vancouver, close here dally
nt 6:30 p. m. up to November "10, Inclu
sive, for dispatch per a. s, Aorancl (sup
plementary malls, via Senttle. close at
6:30 n. m. November 111. Mails for Aus
tralia (except West Australia). New Zea
land. Hawaii. Fill and Samoan Islands.
via San Francisco, close here dally at C:S0
p. m. after isovemuor "11 ana up to No
vember 24, Inclusive, or on day of ar
rival of s. s. Campania, due at New York
November "2t. for dlSDatch ner B. u.
Sierra. Malls for China and Jnpan, via
Vancouver, close nero nany at eau p. m
up to rovcmDer "si, inclusive, ror ais
natch tier s, s. Empress of China (reds,
tered mall must be directed "via Van
Transpacific malls arc forwarded to port of
salllng'dally nnd tho xchedule ut closing Is
arranged on the presumption of their un
interrupted overland transit, Keglsteted
mail closes nt 0 n. m. previous ony.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postofllce, New York, N. Y November 2,
The following births and deaths were re,
ported to the city health commissioner for
I thetorty-elght hours ending at noon Mon-
Deaths Amanda French. Drexel hotel
aged 70: Clarence William Eakln, 1322 Cass
aged ii uays.
Births John Rommers. VA South Eluh
teenth. boy; John T. Dickens. 1K!6 South
Eighteenth, girl; Charles Dyball, 2707 How
As an external application to heal cuts
wounds, bruises and like Injuries there Is
nothing so good as Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. It causes the parts to heal without
maturation nnd In one third the time re
quired by the old fashioned treatment.
BATTLE OF Till-; BALLOTS
How it Goes Will Ee Told bj The Bee
WILL BEGIN EARLY IN THE EVENING
I.atet Election Returns tn Be Flashed
by 1'onrrful Mereapllcons
nil N'crr York Life
Spread upon 100 square feet ot eanMi
on the west side of the New York Llf
building the election bulletins posted by
The lice tonight -n 111 attract the
majority of people In Omahn who are anx
ious to I ram the result of tho (lection In
the nktlon, state nnd county. Arrange
ments of the display have, been completed
and with the settling of ulght the first bul
letins till bo Issued, being thrown upon
the canvas from a powerful itrreoptlcon
placed la one of the east rooms of The Bee
building. The size ot the figures will make
them discernible, from a long distance to
that no ono need fer that they cannot
get closo enough to the building to see the
Every general agency for the dissemina
tion of news wilt contribute to the bul
letins received by The Bee from other
states, ud in the ttatc the special service
of tho paper will cover every one of the
1,632 voting precincts. 'At The De office
a force ot men will le employed In tubulat
ing the state results ns received and com
paring them with the returns from the
Fame precincts four years ago, thus giving
those who gather on Seventeenth street
Mi opportunity of getting in Idea of ths
result In the county nnd state long before
the final returns are In. From tho report!
from other stated comparisons will be
made showing the gain and loss to the
principal candidates, forecasting from time
to time the effect ot the changes upon the
In former years tho reliability of The
Bee bulletins has been proven and having
so tnauy sources ot supply, tho danger from
reports from Irresponsible source Is
eliminated. The bulletins tomorrow will
be no exception to the rule as the cows
gathering force of The Bee and its allied
papers has 'been brought to a high state of
perfection, enabling It to receive the first
reports from all news centers and to an
ticipate tho regular press reports from all
Nebraska voting precincts as well as from
many In other states which arc considered
Nm Service to Be Utilised.
Not only will the bulletin service of The
Deo be presented on the canvas, but the
news service of ths paper will bo called
upon to contribute to the pleasure and
linowlodge of those uho assemble to get
the returns from this source, as brief and
graphic expressions from the campaign
managers of the national and tho eereral
state campaigns will bf given from time to
time showing how the result is accepted
by the men who liavo had charge ot the
kffalrs of the two parties.
In the waltlnj times between the bul
letins the attention ot the crowd vill be.
held by cartoons thrown upon tbo wafts
ot the building, showing the cartoonist's
idea of bow tho principal characters ot the
present campaign take tho news cent over
he wires. The bulletin service will con
tinue as long as tbo bulletins are received
over tho wire, only ceasing when tho people
In addition to the bulletins published by
tho stereoptlcon Tho Beo will Issue a
number ot extras on Wednesday aornlng
giving tne latest results from all votlnr
precincts In tho fetate, ae well ns from all
of the states In tho union. These pub
lished reportu will be from two to twelve
hours ahead c' all similar reports published
by other papers. The Bco's service being
usually this much ahead of rivals. The
election returns, without political color or
bias, will bo given In each Issue ot The
Beo Immediately after their receipt at
Omaha. For full and accurate reports Tho
Bee b election extras will be tho only re
liable source on Wednesday for this part
of tbo country.
FOOTPADS MAKE GOOD HAUL
, D. Hose Held tp Near Old Fort
Omaha and Relieved of Trrentr
S. D. Rose, a young man employed by the
Barber Asphalt company, was held up and
robbed 'of $26 Sunday night near the guard
house at old Fort Omaha, Thirtieth and Fort
streets. The Job was done by two men, ono
of vtbom, the shorter of the two, was
masked. Tho latter displayed a pistol,
pointing It at Roso and threatening to choot
lt ha made nny outcry or resistance. The
taller ot tho footpads acted as spokesman.
Roto was on bis way to the city from
Florence, where bo had been escorting'
young woman to her home. He was afoot-
It was about 11 o'clock when, approaching
the site ot tbo old fort, two men stepped
out ot tbo thadow and ordered him to bold
up his hands. As Rose was unarmed ha
mode no resistance. The masked robber
kept him covered with the revolver while
his tall compnnlon searched the victims
pockets, taking 126 In bills from his vest
pocket. Rose thinks be Is acquainted with
tho masked bandit.
CITY'S BOOKS OPEN TO ALL
Comptroller WrstberK Denies that lie
Complained of Any Tardiness la
. Receiving; the Pay Rail.
City Comptroller Westberg was credited
In a local paper with making the state
ment that the pay roll for October has not
been submitted to him and that It may
contain the names of a large number ot
men who were employed by the city admin
istration fnr the purpose of advancing the
Interests of the republlcaa party. Mr.
Westberg denies having made any such
statement. The pay roll had cot been sub
mitted to him because the secretary of the
Board of Public Works was not able to
complete it until yesterday.
The records arc open for the Inspection
ot the public In tho ofllce of Secretary Co
burn and show that the average number
of men employed In street cleaning during
the month of October was fifty. In the
street department the total number of men
employed during the month was 120. This
includes all foremen and teamsters. Many
ot these men were employed for only
ARRIVES TOO LATE TO VOTE
General Mandrrson L'nable to Reach
Omaha tn Time to Cast
General Charles F. Manderson and wits
arrived In New York Sunday oa the steamer
St. Paul from their trip abroad. They were
delayed In arriving by reason ot the dis
ablement ot the steamer while crossing
tbo ocean homeward bound. General Man
derson Immediately telegraphed J. K.
ICclby, assistant general solicitor ot the
Burlington, fixing the time of his arrival
home at Sunday next. General Maadersoa's
inability to reach home la time to vote Is
a keen disappointment to him as Indicated
In his telegram to Mr. Kelby. In the mes
sage he briefly mentioned his safe arrival
nod went on at some length, telling Mr.
Kelby to be sure and see a gentlemaa with
whom bo decided before sailing abroad to
pair votes and Impress him with the' Ee
ccsslty ot remembering his bargain.