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TILE tm Alt A DAILY BEE; SATUltDAY, OCTOBEU u, 1001.
n i. f r SPECIAL NOTICES Ad vertlkemanfa for thesa column will tie imUru until 13 m. for Ibe tmlng adltlou ami nntll S.Sd p, in, Tor mornlBtf and Siiniiii edition, Hatea, 1 l2n a rrnrd drat tnrertlon, io a word thereafter. Nothing tnkrn inr leas tlinn iitlo fnf the flral tnaer tlon. Thfie ad vertlaeaaaBta aaaal ri eonnecnllTely. Advertlaera, by requastlac a aam- ered check, can liuve aaawera ad dreaaad to a nntabered letter la ear at Tka Bee. Ananvra aa addraaaad will be delivered aa araaeatatlaa ! tka kaak air. . . . . 1 . " MITI TIONN WANTED. "WANTED, position by experienced stenog rapher mm oftlie aislstant, bet of refer "ncs; nccjrnte mid trustworthy . nnliiry moderate. II oi. Bee A MOM r, wa.vied-mai.e help. WANTED, flrst-clnss Insurance solicitors! wo will make very llhoral contract w.th nirn nf ability capable nf handling general gen.j. ('nil or address, Fidelity Savings & Tiuat Co, 317 N. Y. U(.j Bldg., Omalin. H-ITO 07 l.OOD messengers wanted. A. D. T., IM2 a. path. H-M564 "WANTED, a good man In every rounty to take subscriptions, for The Twentieth Cen tury Farmer, Our agents make Rood wages everywhere. References rnnlriMl. Address Twentieth Century Farmer, Omaha, Neb. it GI3 WANTED, experienced bushclm.ni. Apply clothing department, J. Rraudcl & Sons, Boston Store. , B 0 9: MEN' nnd women to do copying nt home; must ,w.rtto n fntr hand; fi to 112 weekly working evenings! positively no canvass ing, enclose stamp. Northwest Copying Co., Box 6:9 .Minneapolis, Minn. ' --. B-M617 WANTED, nt once, two tinners with some, experience In furnace work nt Creston Cornice, Works, Creston, lowa. B-MC15 5 WANTED Young man of somo experience, nboiit 20 ytinrs of age; to work In drug More. Walnut Hill Pharmacy, 40th and Cuming. b-mcc 5 WANTED A clerk for general store, Ger man preferred. Address I.)ck Hox 29, 1'nnama, In. li MGI1 6 SIN'OLIO miih, from 21 to J year, for gen eral store work and delivering; must be honest nrtd reliable. Wages. . pr month. John Itochstrosscr, 1403 Jackson, B-M63U 5 "WANTED Tinners! good nt furnnco work. .Milton, ItogiTs A Hon. It MMj C ' .sau:smi; wanted. CfOAR. salesmen with established trado -with' large dealers, who buy direct frotn factories. Address, with full particulars., H. C. Fisher, Fisher building, Chicago. u M3W 0 WANTED; n goo4 broom maker. 1317 Oil cagp st. D-M676 7 "VS'ANTED, man Jo travel Nebraska; ox pcrlenco" iinneceHiaryj reasonable salary and expenses; young man over 21 pre ferred; self addressed cnvelopo to Hecre tary r.ungton, 300 Dearborn st.. Chicago. . U-.M6r3 6 MEN, to lenrn barber .tradei now Is tho . tlmo to take up tho work: wo teach It In .two months; present complete outfit of tools, allow Saturday wages, grant dl plonina and guurmitco positions from 12 , to tlO, weekly In country or city shops; Uo trado offers better Inducements. Call . or write, Moler llnrber Collego, 123 Knr ,ipim,$t. 11 .M071 10 SALESMEN wanted to carry ns a sldo lino . dry goods specialties and blankets, direct from. thu looms, to sell the country trade. , Addrvtu Tho lkewood Company, 1'. O box 4M, I'hlladolphla, I'u. I1-A1C70 6 W.IXTHD-FKMAtB IIBI,1. WANTED, 20) girls. 1521 Dodgu. Tol. S7C. C 107 W QlltlS, all klnda work. Canndlan OIllcT. , , . C-ir.s OKHMAN girl for general housework; sjnall family; good wuges. 211 South 2Mb street. C 2:9 WANTED,, ladlea or gentlemen, good f.a ?-.ry.,Ht,,,lBlif i,irk.i Call Heed hotel, room OS, ZSIU St., South Omuhu, 12 to 3 p. m. ; C M6I5 B t'A'NTi:D"-Cllrl for genernl housework. Mrs. E. ItoHowntcr, 1711 Douglas street. C OSS A.i?lIXlj ?'lrtel. with good references, nt . th Creche. C-C61 C WANTEb, competent girl for genernl housework; small family; good wages; to g 'o Chicago. !rs. 'itussell Hurt; ' 122 , - 1 "t C-.MC62 6 WAi?T,,!riI Jn,,lcs t lorn Imlrdrestlug! n ifiilcurlng or massage; one month com pletes; come now and. prcpnro for busy season- positions not less than,Jl weekly guaranteed; too s donated diplomas ,awardod: no trades offer bottor Induce . -menls; call or. write. Moler College. 163 I'wrnom st. C-.M72 lo roit hi:t houskh. ' IK i YOU want your homes well routed ' Vlnco them with Ilonawn & Co. D-46) SEE HENRY II, PAYNE, 601 N. Y. MKE. ,j V.-.l. D-470 ' TrLM?& P-Ct 0mnhtl Vnn Storage Co., offlce IbU'A Knrnnm, or tel. 1559-8(3? . D-171 'HOUSES,, stores. Hemls, Paxton block. D 172 HOUSES, etc. T, D. Wend, 1524 Douglas. D-173 . MOUSES nnd (lata. Klngwnlt, Darker H'k. D-474 ' m WIIjUAM 8T..a good three-room nt. OSIAHA LOAN AND TntlST CO,, r IGth nnd Douglas 8ts. D-473 TOIl ItENT, eight-room house; convenient . . D 177 :id s. 2Tir avm ;'.,. i rrrirr n'"' vnrnlsh throughout; . 'n?,',0. 'Jf".11"1 wlth references. OMAHA LOAN AND TIU'BT CO.. 10th nnd Douglas Sts. j D-I7S HOUSES for rnt In nil parts of theTcTty. nrennan-Ivc Co.. .Too South 13th street. ' i'ui.' D-tso VA' uinnTs?!1"' nn1 !lnrn- n" modern. - vi'ti.? V'. ,Uil S . A')l)1 u- Merehants' .Nnttonal Uank Hldg. D 4SI T-JJOOM all modem bouse. XOO Dodce" Clnrke. Powell, t:,) N. Y. I'lfe. D-..M710 H 0 C 8 K S yi 1 ii ATO N, 42S Pa x t o n I kTr-' J r n-tia . 15-noO.M "liriuse. nil modern, the ICarbach SffS'i W,h ,,n,, '-"''venworth. limuir" , ' ' D-.M9SJ OS MODEHN residence. 10 rooms, easv wnlklnc distance from hutne4H portion, tV ltlniz. wnU nros., H.nrker Hlk, ' iT-skio NEWLY prilnteil house of 5 splendid rooms': "also itewly.nnpered house of 0 rooms nt 13th nnd Pierce Hts..; reasonable rent houses opened for Inspection. J. W, Hob. bins. 1S02 Fnrnjim. D M2M 5-ROOM cottaBe,'ll2. Innulre -2710 Parker. D 153 10-HOOAl fut'nUhed home, modern. II 51, . Hce. D-.M0C5 5 NO, hnrd coal neelid, .central, sovbii "room house; also live room Hat. Tlrnrd. 221 N. 24th,; .. . . . D-COG N 1 NEW C-rociu cottage, nice lawn, water and gas, nsf. car line; J15 ier month, in. oulro Win, I, Klernteiid, Hoom 3' City Hall. - D-tm IN WfcRT .FA'rtNAM" niKTIUCT. A brand niw 7-roon1. strictly modern house.' only V3.V PA Y N E-KNOX COMPANY. Alnln Floor,. Nt Y. Llfo Building. D MSIfl ti KOTt RENT. Jlx.room cnttagc, 2211 Cnll tornln tiet; convenient, city unit cistern water. Apply at ti Nt itiu vtreet. Fn nn.T nnt'n. ElyfUlANT -room house, nil modern im provements. 404 N. 23d St. D-.MCIS 7" G-HOO.M detached house, nil modern, lawn, eti , ,21 S ,i;th. Will Hruwnv, Jr. D-' 531 6 ro l?El mre ll-room dwelling, furnished, for six months, In West Farns.ni district: line lawn and barn. W. Karintm Smith & Co . not Fnrnam Ht. " D-.MH7 i412 Parker, six room', barn, 14. 2201 .Maple -t. seven room", 20. J. N. FItEN.Elt, OI'P, OLD P. O. D-.M435 OS DI'SIHAHLE dwelling, 10 rooms, modern, go, bath, furnace, laundry, excellent re pair, gooil location, an! No. ISth St. Ap ply to Garvtn Hros., pyl Farnnm St. D- .M601 I'lVE-HOO.M ct)ttnge. 25tr llees St. Sunil blad, care County Court. , D-Clu 6 roit iti; r-rt it.MMii:!) notnis, DlhVEY European hotel. 13th and l'""1' WANTED-Hookblnder; tlrst-clnss. .for warder; steady position. Addresf, linker Vawter Co,, Atchison, Kan. II Wf I THE THL'HSTON. Cool, airy rooms E 1'4 STEA.M Tieated furnished rooms, lioi N. ISth. 3d lloor. E-.M661 2 NICELY furnished rooms, well heated. 1PUK Capitol ave. E-fflO HOO.M-U Capitol avenue. FOIt KENT-Furnlshed rooms In new, modern house; gentlemen only; refer ences required, Corner Park Avenue nnd Hickory. E-CT-5 ya DODOE st.. plensant rooms, furnls.hd or unfurnished; light housekeeplltg. E-.MC31 Ft lt.MHIti:i) ItOO.MS AM) IIOAHD. I'TOPIA. 1721 Davenport St. F 4SS OLENCAIHN, transient jHTdayt 1C09 Doug. V P0 UOO.MS and board. Tho Hose. 2020 Hnrney street. K-.M163 OL Fl'ltNISHED rooms with board. 257 Har ney St. F-53S 022. HOO.MB suitable for three, with board; nlso tablo boarders; modem. 25S0 Harney St. F-.M433 0 5 N'ICE homo for young men. 108 B. 25thSt. F 575 FUHNI8IIED room, with board, for two gentlemen or man nnd wife; moderh. 1-J19 Muson st. F-M6I9 C Fl'ltNISHED rooms slnfjlo or ensulte. steam heated, all modern conveniences, with board; rcasonnblu rates. Hachclors Hotel, 2011 Farnam st. F-.MCIS 0 l'OH HIJXT FUHXISIIKII HOOMS. DE81C room space, J5 per month, ground tloor room In Tho live bulldlrfg, facing Farnam streot; no expense for light, bent or Janitor servl rvice. It. C. Peters & Co., Itental Agents, lice Hulldlng. G-41S 3 ItOOMS. ground floor, rnnge, etc. Prefer to rent to someone who would look after furnace, llufercuccs. reaulred. II CS, Bee. 0-628 I THREE rooms, with bath, C06 S. 13th; only thoso with the best of references need apply. Q-M&I2 10 I'OIl HKXT STOHEH AND OFPll'US. FOH HENT, store In first-class location; rent reasonable. Apply 'H. C; Peters & Co., grbund lloor, Bee Bldg. ' I'-2iX FOHHENT, olHce with vault nml part nrst floor or nil top floor. 1411-16 Hnrney St. Midland Gless nnd I'alnt Co,, 1410 Harney St. VOn HENT, the building formerly occu pied by Tho Bee nt 916 Farnam St. It has four stories and a basement which wns formerly ured nB The Beo pre?? room. This will be rented very rcasonnbly. If Intwrcslcd npply ht once to C. C. Roso-' water, secretary, room 100, Heo Building. 1-201 AGKNTN W.VXTEI). AGENTS wanted for new publications; prospectus, etc., free. George itnrrle & Son, 1313 Walnut St., Ililladelphla. J-M2!il Jnnl2 AGENTS for a new household necessity; sells ' like wlldllre; send 10c ' silver for samplo and terms; mention this papjr. A. li. Tomblln, box 215, Imperial. Neb. J-.M591 5 COUNTRY canvassers can make good money taking subscriptions to Tho Twen tieth Century Farmer as a stdo Hue. Ref erences required, Address Bee Publishing Co., Omaha. Neb. J-C12 AGENTS wanted, "Our Martyr Presi dents;" only book containing Illustrious life, public. mid private of our late Presi dent Wlilu.m McKlnley, Lincoln nnd Gar Held, their noted speeches., their assas sins, history or anarchy,, bnrlnl of McKln ley, trial and sentence, of Czolgosz; large volume, four book In one; only $1,60; over 100 lino engravings; by United States Senator Shelby M. Cullom nnd John Coulter: best commission i:unr.interd: freight pnld, credit glvon: canvassing samples free; send lOo for postage. George M. Hill Co., 1C0 S. Clinton St., Chicago. ( J-M60) B AOENTS wanted, to sell McKlnley photo graphs; funeral scenes, tomb nnd flow'ers; send 20o for samples. Photo Supply Co., cor. 10th and Market, Canton, Ohio. J-.M607 f MEMORIAL LIFE OF WILLIAM M'KIN LEY Money talks; official.. authentic, fiOO pages; ENOLISH. SWEDISH. GERMAN and DANO-NORWEGIAN LANOUAOE8; free with each book, n 50c FINE ART pic ture of McKlnley, size 17x20: do not bo deceived by tho words "profit,'' "discount," "premiums." "exclusive territory," etc.; wrtle for TERMS and send 8 oents to help pay postage on FREE OUTFIT. We pay biggest CASH MONEY. Kuhlman Com pany, Publishers, Chicago. J M666 6 WASTED TO ItEXT. TWO OR THREE unfurnished or partly furnished rooms for light housekeeping In or near South Oninha. if 55, Hee. 1C-M623 B STORAGE. PACIFIC Storngo and Warehouso'Coi, 012 914 Jones, general storage and forwarding. -489 OM. Van Stor. Co., iSIUfc Farn. Tels. 1559-kC3. W) STORAGE Household goods and other articles stored nt low rates. J. J. Derlght & Co., 1119 Fnrnam St. Tel. 333. 41 WANTED TO UVV. WANTED, 10 carloads of furnlturo nnd Moves for St, Louis Expo. Tel. 771. Ad- ... 1 , ....I.... lk. ' ... K. . - ELK teeth. Albert Edholin, Jeweler, N-M618 Omuhn. LATE model Remington or Smith type writer, good ns new, H 59, Bee. N-Mf53 WANTED, lo purchase, n second. hand steel A.l.lm.. 1nv tl llf ...II.,... x... I'llim suir, iuut &,,,v t,iiisuil, .ru. N-M679 U FOIt SAI.E-Fl It.MTI HE. CHICAGO Furniture Co,, 141Q Dodge. Tel. 2020, New and 2dhand, bought, sold, ex changed, O I9J PUBLIC sale. All our household goods; from 9 a. m. to 4 p. in., Saturday", Octo ber 5, UHil. Nason, 1624 Cass St. O-577-l FOIt SAI.K-IIOnSHK, VlilllCI.EK, F.TC. WE HOLD an auction sale of horses every Wednesday p. m. nt tho Union Stock Yards. Vlworth-Hllllker Co, P'-.Md?! Oil GOOD repairs on wagons, etc., nt .Harry Frost's, llth and IMvenworth, P 4S3 FOIt SAI.E-1IHri;i,l,A.EOlS. 2DHAND eafo cbcap. Dr)Ut, 1119 Farnim, l'Olt .""AI.F.-MISCF.I.AM-'.Ol 'ft, SAFES, standard makesrsold.tented. 114 S IS Q-495 EDISON A COLUMBIA talking machine" and records. Omaha Bicycle Co., lth and Chicago. y SOI FIR timbers for housemovers, etc., 40 to 1 ft , cribbing and hog fence. Wl Doug las. Q 4;; CHOICE lot of milch cows for sale cheap. S. T Campbell, 4213 Center St. Q-497 25 8 ETS of secondhand double nnd single harness, 15 saddles; genuine bargains. A Singer, 4K N Pith; removed trom l.V.i Douglas. g M337 OH 25 HORSE POWER boiler and elMlnefor sale cheap. 610 S. 14th St. (J-.M39J O10 600. OVERCOATS, ba rgaln s. .M a"rowitzTllS i.jin. ROLL top desk, table, chairs and llUng cases for sale very cheap, and desk room to rent. Inuulre .W Brown Block. q-Moifl CADET coat, good ns new; will fit boy 13 or II years old. Address 1153, Ben. Q-M.-.S1 OMAHA Bonnl of.Trade membership. Ap ply to Payne-Knox Compiny, main lloor New York Life hldg. Q-.M6M 0 FOR SALK-Speclal built NatTonat bFcycle; cost IV), new this spring. In excellent condition, has nor been ridden 2 m!te, J23.50 cash buys It; n real snap for s.ime ono looking for n bargain in a wheel, Address or Inquire W. A. Plxley. Ne broska Telephone hldg. Q M005 7' . CI,AlltVOVAXT.. MRS. FRITZ, clalrvoynnt. S19 N. Kith. S-193 M.ME. GYLMER,- genulno palmist, 315 8. 15th, 849 DON'T fall to call and consult the Rou manian gypsy, who rovenls nil secrets nnd reaus anti explains iq you your enure me. 1923 Douglas St., corner 20 8-M429 03' PEIISOXAI,. DR. ROY. chiropodist; corns and superllu ous hair removed by electricity. H. 12, Frenzer block. U jC) M. GOLDMAN & CO., only perfect ac cordion pleating plant in the west: mall orders solicited. Suite 200, Douglas block, U 601 VIAVA, wpman's way to health? rational, wholesome homo treatment, 343 Be lUdg, OMAHA Accordion Pltg Co., 1524 Dougtaa'. MME. SMITH, baths, 113 N. ID, 2d floor, R 2. ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and quickest. .Mrs, A. C. Mark, 17th and I nr. nam. U 507 WALT PAPER.' clenne'r. C. Meddlemlst. Phono 125S. Imivc orders at 1519 Fnrnntn. Rooms cleaned, Jt and up. U Olft WE RENT sewing machines for .5 cents per week; wo repair and sell needles and parts forvevery machine manufactured. 'Phono 1C63. ' Neb. Cycle' Co.. 15 : Harney. Branch-Oftlces:- 2 N.21th, South Qmaha; 'phone il73. 331 Broadway.vCouncll Bluffs. U-S74 021 RUPTURE permanently cured In 30 to 60 days; send for circular. O. S. Wood. M. D 521 New York Life Hldg,, Omaha. Neb. U-6S1 015 MIBd HARRIETT FRANCES BECKER Voice culture. 1910 Capitol Ave. U-M423 03 "SMOKE IF YOU LIKE. And when you nmoko you'll like It better If you smoke the PRINCE OF OMAHA, an unexce:ller5cilntoh1mado cigar. Whole sales at tt7 per 1,000. 4 W. V. BTOECKER CIGAR CO. U-fM449 OS ELITE PARLORS, 615 So, 16th St., 2d floor. U-413 02S RUPTUnE CURED without the knlff. rim plro Rupture Cure, 932 N. Y. Life Bldg. U-651 MME. AMES, S17H ,K, 13, flat E.-baths. ' " U-M573 03l GRAMOPHONES and supplies, -wholesale and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1(22 Doug las. U-MC03 ADV. calendars. Ilurkley Ptg. Co. U-M597 Janl PRIVATE homo for ladles before and dur ing confinement; babies adopted. 2620, Burdctte St, Mrs. Hurgft. U-T.71 09 PRIVATE hoBpltnl. before and' during con llnement; babies' adopted. 2.W, Grant St, Mrs. Onrdcls. U 911 A LADY, stranger In city, wishes to meet n wealthy and refined gentleman, between Uiu age of 30 und 60; correspondence strictly confidential. H 63, Bee. U M674 7 ADHE8IVE, Invisible, harmless, SATIN SKIN Powder Is the only ono that doesn't clog the pores. 23c. U M668 5 MONKV TO I.OAJV IlKAL KNTATK. 5 AN'D CU per celit loans. W, II. .Thomas. First National Bank building. Tel. 16H. 1 1 W 308 LOANS on eastern Nebraska nnd western lown farms at 6 per cent; borrowers oan pay $100 or nny multiple; nny Interest date; no delay. Brennnn-Iove Co.. 39 So. 13th St., Omaha, Neb. W-50U WANTED, city loans, bonds' and wnrranta. George k Compnny, 1601 Fnrnam street. 1 . W-M0 WANTED, city loans andwarrants'. W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam street. W-511 WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds and warrants. ,R. C. Peters & Co., 1702 Farnam St.. Bee Bldg. . W-612 414 TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls, rnxtori'Blk. - W-51J J50.000 SPECIAL fund; loans $500 up; lowest rate, uarvin uros., iwjt r'Hmam. W-311 $300, J100. $500 PR'VATE money to loan; 1, 2. 3 or 8 "years. W. L. Selby, Board of Trade Bldg. W-515 SEE HENRY B, PAYNE, 601-2 N. Y. I.lfe! W-318 MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real estate. Brennan-Love Co., 309 South 13th. W-517 W. B. MEIKLE. 401 S. 15th St.. loona money on resldgnoo property nt 6 per cent., W-518 PRIVATE money. 8herwood, 937 N. Y. U W-019 PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas, W'20 4V4 AND 5 PER CENT-R. C. Patterson. S10 New York Life. W M139 021 MOXRV TO LOAX CHATTKI,S. ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS $10, 115, 120, $25, $30, $33, $40, $50, $75. $100, tVa ti-ji inn fwi vwkrv'a flW( ON FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, WAGONS, ETC. Also to SALARIED VEO. PLE on their plain note -nt rates which honest peoplo can afford to pay. The prop, erty to remain undisturbed In your pos- prpn.uii. uii Rfc kiiv iiiuuvy me same iny uu an, nn , mm mtj n n unuuiiou la nekl It. uiHnlAat nnnM.nnn rm.. , I , m. to. 6 p. m. Vednesday and Saturday evenings until f o'clock. ' 11, t T 1 , r, . , , , ...tin n . - Room S03, Third Floor, Paxton Block. x-eso MONEY lonned on pianos, furniture. JewT elry,. horses, cows, tc. C, F, Reed, 319 S.13. X-52U MONEY TO LOAN ON Furniture and planus, Horses, wagons and carriages, Also on SALARIES. You gel the money 011 short notice. Ton recell-e the full amount in cash. You may keep ir one month or more. You pay for only what time you keep It, Our Mterhre as low' ns-the lowest. Our business Is confidential, Our motto Is,. "Try. to please." OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. 119 Board of Tradt Bldg. Tel. 2293. (Established ISM.) X6 -8 16th St. x-r LOANS ON SALARIES. FURNITURE, live stock, etc. Uulck service nnrl lowest latea guaranteed. J. W. TAYLOE. 633 (top uuur; raxiui. uiuck, uurwienni corner loin and Farnam; en(rnca,oa.46tb itreat. 1 . 1 1 1 . K X 523 .MO SKY TO I.OAX-t.'IIATTI.ES. LARGEST BUSINESS In LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team stersr boarding houses, etc.. without se curity; easiest terms, 40 offices lit princi pal cities Tilman, 4(0 Board of Trade Hldg. X-5J1 MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock, Jew elry; also to salaried peoplo without secur ity; cheap rates; easy payments; business confidential, Foley Loan Co,, successors to Duff Green, H. S, Barker Blk. Est, 189. X-.Mf3 MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried people, business confidential; lowest rates, 511 Paxton block. The J. A, Iluttou Co. X-324 MONEY lonned on plnnos, furniture, horses. V cows, Jewelry, Duff Green, 11, S, Barker blk X 525 lit . HIVES'. CIIA.M'i:(. TELL me what you have to sell, Tell me what you wnnt to buy If I do not find yod'a. deal You may say I never try, J. H. Jonnson. Ml N. V. Life. 'Phone I. 2270. The real estate and business chance Iran. Y S2S RANCH lo lease; 1,000 ncres, nil fenced and cioss-fcnced, 230, acres under cultivation; fine new' house, large barns, crlh, aheds and yards; good grass, plenty of running water, 700-acre pasture; 011 South Loup, six miles from St. Paul, Neb.;, rent for term pf years. Address E. M. Chadwlck, St. Paul, Neb, Y-M27I 04 PJIOTmUlAIgaliery to rentTirgood lo cation. Address box 221, David City. Neb. Y-:.i420 6 FIMINITURE ofF-room flat, completely equipped; has roomers; fine location; good reason for selling: a bargain. J. H. John son, N. Y. Life, 'Phone L-2270. Y-M432 FURNITURE of 15-room modern flat, com pletely equipped, flno location, full first class roomers nnd boarders; partlm leav ing city, a bargain. 'Phone L-2270. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life. Y-MI32 FOR SALE-On account of the Infirmities of old age, the secondhand business of John Eusdon nt Colutnhu", Neb. Will sell stock nnd building or sell the stock and rent the building. Address,- Bechtr, Hockcnbetger & Chambers, Columbus, Neb. Y-.M3S3 03 FOR SALE, general merchandise stock of J. C. Traber, deceased; fourteen years es tabllshcd. Mrs. M. B, Traber, Admx., Waterloo,. Neb, V MOM 6 FOR SALE ot exchange, $R,(X) genernl mer chandise; will consider good land; also $3,000 stock; 20 per cent off for cah. T, M. Cllne, 123S O st Lincoln, Neb. Y-MC51 . , FOR SALE, stock ot ladles' nnd gents' furnishing goods! will Invoice nbout $15.too; present owner desires to engngo In the wholesnle business; has two years' lease of present store, which Is In excellent location; 'spot rash required; no trades considered. Addrets J I 62, Bee. Y-.M073 6' STEAM LAUNDRY, complete, with up-to- date, new machinery nnd running nt pres ent, for sale on very rensonnble term and nt n very low price. Illness of owner reason for telling. Mrs.. C, M, .Martin, Central City, Neb. Y-M6S2 " FOH KALE HEAL ESTATE, BEMIS PARK, WE TOLD YOU In our advertisement last week that It was only necessary to rco HEMIIi PARK to be convinced that It was the finest nnd cheapest residence, property In the city for the money. THE KESULT PROVES that we are right. Soveral new partler ore planning to build homeR In Bemls Park next yeur. Another new houo Just started. THINK OF THESE PRICES! Lots on Lafayette nvenue, 61x110, nenr fine new homes, only $600. Iots on Hnwthorno avenue, ono of the llnest residence localities, in tho city, only $90) to $050. If REMEMBER TEN PER CENT OFF ALL "OF 'THESE PlUCftil ON ALL LOTS SOLD WITHIN ,l&Vf NEXT THIRTY DAYS. COME IN and let W. drive you out to ee tho most beautiful of all Omaha addi tions. Do nJt bollrive what we tell you about BEMIS PARK until you have seen PAYNK-KNOX COMPANY. Sole Agents. Main Floor New' York Llfo Bldg. RE MOW 6 GREAT BARGAINS. No. 415: Five ncres In Florence, 16-room house, all modern, except kbs; cemented cellar under entire house; largo barn; a line lot of npple, cherry, peach and plum tree and all kinds of small fruit. Price. $3,0.0, part cish, balance on time. Owner ex pects to buy a ranch, No. 408: Eighty acres, six miles from South Omnh.ii half mile from station, 25 ncres cultlvnio 1, balancn blue grass nnd clover; good !i room house and barn, well fenced. nr:ce. $3,800; n $2,000 home In Omaha will be con sidered ns part pay; time will be given 011 $1,600. No. 407: 640 ncres, well Improved, within two miles of station In Pierce county. Almost level. $15 per acre. This Is n bargain. Will soon bo worth $23 per ncre. Fire Insurance. Houses for Rent. SHIMER & CHASE. COI Bee Building. Telephone. 1442. HE 035 I HOUSES, lots, farms, rnnchen, loans; also tire Insurnncc. Bemls, Paxton Blk. RE 100 SEE HENRY B. PAYNE, C01-2 N. Y. 1,1 fc. ftE-329 HOUSES and, lota In all pnrts ot city; also acre property ana farm lanus. The O. F. uavls Co., itoom da?, uee Building. RE RE-530 CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON, 1203 Farnam St. RE-f31 FARMS. C. F. HATIRISON, 913 N. Y. Life. RE-363 OS TEL. THREE-ONE-FOUR. HARRISON. HE-312 N6 nANCII and farm lands for Bale bv the Union Pacific Railroad company, B. A. McAllrtster, land commissioner. Union Pa cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb. RE-533 7-ROOM, all modern house. 3620 Dodge St. CLARKE POWELL. 'Phono 921. 420 New York Life. nE-S7S FOR SALE, fruit and garden place nnd grocery Htoro, aeven ncres, part In choice grapes, plums nnd other fruit; a splendid business location; barn, Ico house, sheds, well, cistern, etc.; one mile out of town 011 main road. Inquire nt 235 Broadway. Council Bluffs, In. nE M443 EASTERN party now in city will nccept $1,600 for ground bounded on south by Hamilton st., east by 31th st.. nnd on north by Charles st,, room for 6 houses, F. D, Wend, 1524 Douglas st. RE-007-4 A BARGAIN. Fine building lot, east front, on 15th street, south of Hickory St.. for one week. Prlea. $700. R, C. PETERS & CO.. 1702 Farnam, Beo bldg, RR 033 5 HERE JS A SNAP! TWO full 50.foot lota on BON TON HILL Only $700 each. Lowe avenue and California, Just east of Mr. Wyatt's new house. TEN per cent off for All Cash, If Taken Quick. THESE ARE BARGAINS IN EARNEST. PAYNE-KNOX COMPANY, Main Floor New York Life Bldg, ItE-'MOfO 0 HOUSE and lot, 81 feet front; price, $W0O; parties leaving city. SOIS California st, RE-M66I If .MEDICAL, DH. PRIES, the acknowledged leading specialist In diseases of women In Omaha, would rail the attention of suffering Indies 'o his unsurpassed accommoda tions before and during confinement, and his treatment far Irregularities, nn mat. ter what cause. Call or 'Hddress, .with. lamp, ur. rries, ivu fpuge pt., umana. Neb, - M-MJ3 MtOnTIIASD ASD TYI'KWIIITIXO. A. C VAN SANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life. -531 HOYLES' College, court reporter principal. Bee Bldg. -331 NEH. Business A Shorthand College, Bovd's Theater. -533 GREGG ShorthandTom. C. Col. 16th A Doug -335 1 OSTEOPATHY, JOHNSON Instltuto76i5 N. v".T Hldg. Tel. 1664. Alice Johnson. D. O,, ladles' tlept ; Old E. Johnson, Ostcopnthlst, Mgr. -537 DONOIIL'E, Osteopath, Paxton Blk. Tel '367 Mi DR. MUS1CK, Douglas Block. -3S) DR." A. T. HUNT, suite 512, McCrtgUe Hldg. Tel. 2352. -510 PATr.NTJI. WILL BUY any good Invention or patent. Address Lock Box i;cs Moines, ia. 31 1 HAVE cash for good patent or Invention. Address P. O. Box S5, Omaha, Neb. IS4 NI LOST. THURSDAY, pocketbook containing $1007. Reward If returned to Beo Ofllce. LoBt-631 5 LOST, a blue silk belt, with silver buckle; reward If returned to Miss Wnkeley, 60, N. 19th st. L08t-.M663 6 FRENCH ASD (JEHMAX I.EMOSS. FRENCH and Gorman lessons, native teachers, ten years' experience, success guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. Bcnuchoux, 1922 California street. 610 ItOll.nn .MAKF.ll!'. OMAHA Boiler Works, steam hollers, tnnks, stack", etc. Tel. 1319. 12th nnd Izard Sts. -545 .MI'SIC, PROFESSOR Charles Petctson, plnno In titructlnii nnd voice training, Italian method. Roundness, and carrying power of lone guaranteed. 513 W. of W. Bldg. -293 OJ PAWxnnoKEiift. EAGLE Loan Ofllce, reliable, accommodat ing; all business confidential, 1S01 Douglas. -641 i,.vt;ximv. OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts. 70; collars, 2cJ cuffs, 4c. 1760 Leavenworth. Tel. 347. .sr SPANISH M'.SSOXS. ., SPANISH lessons. 43S S. 21th St. -S30 06" IIOOKKF.niMXC. LEBSONS In bookkeeping, etc., day or even ing. It. 15, Com. Nat. Bank. G. R. Rathbiin. -511 STOVES. WE carry the biggest lino of stoves In city. Buy of ufc. Prices right. Enter lilsa Furniture Co., 102-4 8. 14th. Tel. 2290. M571 Q31 CAHPEXTEHS AND JOIXEHS. ALL kinds of carpenter work nnd repairing promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree, 20th and 11 ke Sts. --3",0 .MI 11 It OH FACTORY. Damaged looking glasses resllvered. 70S N 1C. 321 ITIIMTI IIi; IIKPAIIIIXO. TEL. 1331. M. S. Walklln. 2111 Cuming St. -6.6 TIltXK FAtlTOHY. TRUNKS, traveling bags, suit cases. Trunks repaired. Om. trunk Factory, Fnrnam. -471 OI2 TAILORING. LADIES' garments cleaned, altered, re paired reasonable. Max Fogcl, 1207 Farnam -M221 025 NICKEL PLATIN'O. STOVES, lamps, etc., rcplatlng. Omaha Plating Co.. Heo Bldg. Tel. 2330. CIS FAIl.MS FOIl It EXT. 400 ACRES near Gretna, Sarpy county. Duff Green, room i. Barker block. 663, DRESSMAKING. IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy, 2576 Harney, 6G0-N-3 STAMMKHIXn AND STUTTEUIXO. CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Rumge Bldg. 343 The Time when all aching teeth are ex tracted Is passing away, such teeth nre now saved nnd made romfortnblo and useful. Gold fllilng $1.50 up. Crowns, $3.00. Bailey the Dentist Uia I'lixton Block, 16th and Farnam Sts. Tel. 1086. Est. since 1SS8. POSTOFFICE NOTICE. (Should bo lead DAILY by all Interested, as changes may occur nt any time.) Foreign mulls for tho. week ending Oc tober Si 1901, will closo (PROMPTLY In all cases) at the general postotrtce as fol lows; Pnrcelb post malls close one hour earlier tliun cloning time shown bnlow. Parcels post malls for Germany close at 6 p. m. Monday nnd Wednesday, Regular nnd supplementary malls closo at foreign branch halt hour later than closing tlmo shown below. Triuisatliiutlo .Mails. SATURDAY At 7:30 n. in. (supplementary 9 a. m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Cam pania, via Queenstnwn, nt 7:30 a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct, per h. s. Rotter dam (mall must be directed "per h. h. Rotterdam"); at 8 n. m. for ITALY, per s. h. Trnve, via Naples (mall must be directed "per s. s. Trave"); at 9:30 a. m. for SCOTLAND direct, per s, s, Ethiopia (mall must be directed "per s, s. Ethio pia"). PRINTED MATTER, ETC.-Thls steamer takes Printed Matter, Commercial Papers and Samples for Germany only. The same claes of mall matter for other parts of Europe will not be sent by this ship un less specially directed by It. After the closing of tlio Supplementary Tranii-Atlantlo Malls named above, addi tional supplementary malls are opened on the piers of the Amerlcar, .English, French and German steamers and remain open until within Ten Minutes of tho hour of sailing ot steamer. Mulls fur Snh nud Cenlrul America, Weal Didles, Eto, SATURDAY-At S 0. in, fcr BRAZIL, per a. s. Hevellus (mall for Northern Brazil. Argentine, Uruguay and Paraguay mun be directed "per h. Hevellus"), at 6:30 a. m. for AltQENTINE, URUGUAY and POSTOFFH M XO'I It C. PARAGUAY, per s. Canning: at 9 n. m (supplementary 9::a a tit.) lor PORTO lilt t) (via San Jiiatn. CURACAO and VENEZUELA. ner . s Phll.uleliilihi (mall for Saanllla nnd C.irthagenu must . be directed per . s. Philadelphia 1 ..t 9.30 n. m. (oipplemeulary pi:3o a. 111. 1 lor FORTUNV, ISLAND, JAMAICA. SAV -N1LLA and CAHTHAGENA. per s s. Altai (mall- tot Costa I Hen must be directed "per s. . Altal' i, at 9:30 11. 111. (suiiplemeutary lii:.ni a m.) for HAITI and SANTA MART A, per s. s. Amies: el 10 n. in. for CUBA, per s. s. Mexico, via Havana; at 12:3n p. m. for MATANAS, CAIBAR1EN, NUEV1TAH. GIHAHA nnd BAHACOA, per s s. (Mlmtn (ordlnarj mall only, which must be directed "per s. s. Ollnda"), at 12:,) p. m. (supplemen tnr.v 1 p. m.) for TURKS ISLAND nnd DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, per s. s. Cherokee, ni 1 11. m. (supplementary 1M p. m ) for BERMUDA, per ?. s Pretoria Malls for Newfoundland by rail to North Sydney, and thence by steamer, clcse nt this oltlco dally at 6:30 p, m. (connect'ug close hern every Monday, Vodnedav nnd Saturday). Malls for Mlquelon, by rail to Boston; and thence by steamer, eloe at this office dally nt 6::to p. m. Malls for Cub&, by rail to Port Tampa. Flu., and thence by steamer, close nt this ofllce dnlly et "6 a. ni. (the connecting e:oe nre on Monday, Wednesday and Satur day). Malls for Mexico city, overland, unlesr specially addressed for dispatch bv ?tcamer, close ftt this ofllce d.illv at 1-30 p. m. nnd It p. m. Mall 't Costa Rica, Belize, Puerto Cortez and Guatemala bv tall to Ntw Orleans, and thenco bv steamer, closo at this ofllce dnllv at 1 :3J P. m. (connecting closes here Mnmhns for Belize, Puerto Corlez and Guatemala nnd Tuesdays for Co.a Rica). Regis tered mall c!osej at 6 p. in. previous day. TrniiKimc lllc .Mull. Malls for Hawaii, Japan. Chln.t and Philip pine Islands via San Francisco clno here dally nt. 6:30 p. m. up to September 'W, lii'luslvc, for dltpntch per s. s. Peru. Malls for China and Japan vln Vancouver close here dally at i5:3J p. rtV up to Oc tober "I, Inclusive, for dlspntcn per s, s, Emprebs of India (registered mall mutt bo directed "via Vancouver"). Mall, ex. :cpt merchandise, which cannot be for warded via Canada, for the U. S, Postal Agent t Shanghai, closes at 6:20 p. 111. previous day. Malls for China, nnd Japan, via Tacomn, close here dally nt 6:30 it. in. up to Octo ber Inclusive, for dispatch per s, i. Brnemar Mnlls for Hawaii via San Francisco cloe lure dally tt :no p. m, up to ijitober M7, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s AlumeJa. Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle, close here dally at 0:30 p. m. up to Octo ber "n. Incluilve, for dispatch per s. s, Kaga. Maru (registered mall must bo directed "via Seattle"). Malts for Hawaii, Chlni. Japan nnd Phl'lp (fines via 15nn Francisco cloe here dal y nt 0:30 p. m. up to October 10, Inclusive, for dtipatch per s, H. Coptic, Mnlls for Tahiti nnd Marquesas Islands via San lTimcisco close here dally at r,:3) P. 111. up to October "12. IucIikIvc, for dispatch per s. s. Australia. Molls for Australia (except West Auslrilla. wh eh goiM via Europe, and New Zealand, which goj vi.i San Francisco), and FIJI Islnnds via Vancouver i'loe iwrn ,inliv ni 0:30 p. 111 aftr September 'S attd up to October 12, Inclusive, for dlstntch per s. s. Aorangl (supiilemcnlnry mills via Seattle and Victoria) close at 0:3) p. m, October 13. Ma.i? for Australia (except West Auslralln. in i.irv.nmmi via i;urope). now oHlaiid, I1JI, Samoa nnd Hawnll via Ban l ranclsco close here dally at 0:30 p. m. fifter October "13 and up to October "19, Inclusive, or on nrrlval of s. s. Elrurla, due at New York October 19, for dis patch per h. s. Sonoma. Transpacific mnlls nre forwarded to port . u.iu.t mm ine scneouic or eics- ng Is ni ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland trnnMt. "ReKlMer-d mall closes nt 6. p. m. pre vious d . y. t.C?U.KI'i,;8 VAN COTT. I'ostmnster. Postofllce, New York, N. Y Sept. 27, 19 'I HANK STATEMENT. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK. nt Omaha, In the statu of Nebraska, at the . . i ,imiiir. neinemuer ;w, i:n: RESOURCES. Loans and illsennnia ti .vi .'.11 iu Overdrafts, secured and uiise- ' ' U. a. bonds to secure circula tion ..... 2'HW)0.00 L. S. bonds to secure U S. deposits ... 100,000.00 U. H. bonds on hand n.500.0o Premiums on I. S. bonds 290 2j Stocks, securities, etc 261,269.01 Hi:nklng he use, furnlturo and .Jlxtures .... 125.000.00 Other real estate owned : 111 ir Due from nutlounl bankn ' (not reserve agents)... $139,115. 71 Duo from" state bnuks and bankers 437,133.31 Due from approved re servo agents 906,339.01 1,W2,910.06 Internal revenue stumps 942.13 CheckH nnd other cash Items ll.HS.t'S Exchangea for clearing house 291,910.92 Notes of other national . banks 17,000.(0 Fractional paper cur rency, nickels and centa 1.020.1,1 Lnwful money reserve In bank, viz.: Specie 610,330.01) , 1 Legal-tendor notes ...... :ai3,uoo,0'j 1,191,400.60 Redemption fund with U. 8. treasurer (5 per cent of circu lation) fl.046. 55 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In .$8,637,131.21 .$ 500,000.00 100,000.00 94,930.28 200,000.00 mirmiiM rumi Undivided prolits, less expenses nnd taxes paid National bank notes outstanding Duo to other national banks ,....$1,932,928,02 uue 10 maul oaiiKB ana bankers ...... s Duo to trust companies nnd snvlngn bnnkti... Indlvld'l deposltH hiiIi Juct to check Demand certlllcates of deposit ,., Time certificates of de posit Certllled checks Cashlnr'u checks out standing United HtiUi.'H deposits. Deposits of U. H. dis bursing officers 1,820,149.37 83,219.53 1,783,973.79 203,030.83 1,594,233,76 22,763.44 55,272.70 74.707.60 27,801.70 7,002,180.93 Total ."$3,567,131.21 State of Nebraska. County of Douglas, hs.: 1, F. II. Davis, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly xwear that tho above statement is truo to tno nest or my knowledge nnd tx-llcr. F, H. DAVIS, Cashier. Subscribed nnd sworn to beforo mo this 4th day of October, 1901. JOHN H. BEXTEN. Notary Public, Correct Attest: XV. S. POPPLETON, W. F. ALLEN, CHARLES T. KOUNT.E, Directors. fiOVEHNMENT NOTICES, CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE Omaha, Neb.. October 1. 1901. Sealed pro posals, 111 triplicate, win ne received nsru and at offices of Quartermasters at sta tions named, until 10 n, in,, "entrnl tlmo, October 15, 1901, nnd then opened for fur nishing wood, bituminous coal, shelled corn, outs, bran, baled hay and bedding, at Omaha Q. M. Depot, Forts Crook, Robin son and Niobrara, Nebraska, Jefferson Bar racks, Missouri, Forts I-eavenworth and Riley, Kansas, Reno and Sill, Oklahoma. Proposals for delivery nt other polnta will be entertained. U, S. reserves right to reject or accept any or nil proposals, or any part thereof. Information furnished nn iionllcnlloii here, or to Quartermasters at stations named. Envelopes containing proposals should be marked "Proposals for - ," and addressed to undersigned, or Quartermasters at sinuous auove named. ISO. W. PULLMAN. Chief Q. M. O3-4-5-7-10.il LEGAL NOTICE, NOTICE. Bids will be received nt the ofllce of tho commissioner of public lands and buildings In Lincoln for thn construction nnd putting 111 nlaco of four iron doors for four vaults In basement of tho cnpltol building In Lin coln, according to. specifications on file In the ofllce of commissioner of public lands and bjlldlngs, All bids to be submitted on or before Monday, October 11, nt 12 o'clock noon. The board reserves the right to reteet nny or all bids. GEORGE D. FOLLMER. Commleuloncr Public Lands and Buildings, II.VA TIME Altll. III ltl.IM.TOX TATIOX-ltlfll A .MASON 1 1 li r 1 1 it c 1 0 11 ,V Missouri Ynlle), Leave. Nebraska Express a S: 10 am Wymore, Beatrice and Lincoln 1 11:40 am Denver Limited u 4:23 pm Blark Hills and Paget Sound. Denver Con nection a 9:00 pm Lincoln Fast Mall b 3:00 pm Fort Crook nnd Platts mouth b 3:20 pm Bellevtie .4 Pacific .lct.,n 7:40 pm llellevtie Pacific Jet,. a 3:10 am Knnsaa City, St. Juiepli x Arrive n 7:3 pm bll:68 am n 3:00 pm n 6:45 am n 9:17 am bll:03 am n s:I0 am Connell lllnffa, Kansas City Day Kx....n : am a :M pm Kansas City Night ExnlO:) pm n 6:15 am St, Louis Flyer a 5:10 pm alLiD am Clilenuo, lliirllngton A aulnry. Chicago Special n :C0 nm nl0;S0 pm Chicago Vcstlbuled Ex.. 11 4:00 pm a 7:45 am Chicago Local a 9:30 am a 4:05 pm Chicago Limited ..a 7:60 pm a 7:43 am Fast Mall a 2:46 pm a Dnlly. b Dully except Sunday, tXlOX STATIOX-ttlTD AND MAItOV. Mlxourl Pnelflc. Ht. Louis Expiess nlO:'X) am a 6:23 pm K. C. , St, L. Express. .al0:M pm a 6;15 am t ti Ion I'nellte. Leave. 0erlnd I nulled a s:2o nm Fast Mall a S:5o nm Mall and Express 0.11:3.1 pm Colorado Speclnl ntl:3T. pm Lincoln-Stromsburg Ex.b 4:05 pm Pacific ,Sf Atlantic Ex.., a 4:25 pm Grand Islnnd Local b C:30 pm Arrive n 7:3ft pm n 3:23 pm a 4:23 pnt a 6:60 nm bl2:30 pm u i;:.vi am b am 0 111 nil 11 .V SI. Louis. St.Lotil "Cannon Balr'a 5:15 pm n S:20 am Kansas City and tjulncy Local n 7:23 am n 9:P0 pm I'liU'tiHO, Kih'U Islnml .V Pnulllc. EAST. Des Moines nnd Dnven- lorl Local a 7;2S nm n 9:33 pm Chicago Express 1)11:15 nm a 4:55 pm Des Mollies Local., a 4:20 pm bll:50 am Chicago Fast Express. .a 5:00 pm a .1:25 pm Des Mi llies, Rock Island and Chicago a 7:10 pm SilO am WEST. Lincoln, Colo. Sptlns. Denver, Pueblo and West a 1:30 pm a 4:13 pin Colorado. Oklahoma and Texas Flyer a 5:20 pm rt 9!50 nm Illinois Ontrnl, Chicago Express a 7:00 am a 5:10 pm Chicago, MlniiMipolls ,t St. Paul Limited a 7:13 pm n 8:05 am Minneapolis V: St Paul Express b 7:00 nm b 9:40 pm Fnrt Dedge Local, from Council Bluffs a 6:00 am Clili'iiuu, .MIMrniikrc A St. Paul. Chlcugo Limited n 6:00 pm n S.03 nm Chicago & Oman Ex...b "clSam b3M0pm 11 Daily, b Dally except Sunday. Wnlinah. St. I.011N "Cannon Ball" Express n 5:15 pm n 8:20 am t.'lileiiKii .V .".ortliwcaterii. Chicago Speclnl n 7:00 am Clileao Passenger a 4:15 pm Euateru Express i,.,nt0:6u nm Ensteru Speclnl ....a 4:53 pm Fast Mall Onii'lin-Chlciigo L'('d.,.n , :lo pm Fast Mall a 8:30 am Cedar Itnplds Passenger Twin City Express a 6:63 nm Twin City Limited a 7:35 pm Sioux City Local a 8:00 am all:30 pm a 8:40 nm a 4:00 pm n 4:05 pm a. 2:45 pm u S,u) am a 6:30 pm nio:25 pm n 8:15 am a 3:5u pm a Dally, b Dally except Sunday. WEIISTEIt DEPOT ISTH .t WEIISTEil 'remoiit, r.ll-liorii A Missouri Vnllry Leave. Arrive. Black Hills. Deodwood, Hot Springs a 3:00 pm a 5:00 pm Wyoming, Casper and Douglas d 3:0 ;m o 5:00 pm Hastings, York, Davlo City, superior, t.cneva, "Exeter and Seward. ...b 3 00 pm b 5:00 pm Norfolk, Lincoln and Fremont D 7130 im U10:23 nm Fremont Loeul c 7:3( um Mlhsuurl Puellle. Nebraska Local, Via Weeping watir 11 i;iu pm niui.i am ClileOKO, St. I'm li I. Mliinenpolla At Oninlin. Twin City Passenger... .n 6:00 nm n 9:10 pm Hloux city rassengor...a ;io pin hiiiiv nm Emerson Local b 5:30 pm b 8:30 am n Dnllv. b Dnllv excent Sunday, c Bun- dny only, d Dally except Saturday, e Dnlly except .Monuay Only One Cnndldnle for Judge. PIERRE, S. I).. Oct, 4. (Special.) A cortllieato of nomination was; filed today for Jnrcd Ilupson ns tho democratic nomi nee for Judgo In the First circuit. This leaves tho Sixth, the only one which has no contest, nnd ns the tlmo Is short, with out any surfaco effort to place a nomina tion, It Is probable that there will be but thp ropubllrnn candidate, Judgo Caff-. Seasonable Fashions 3941 Woman's Union Suit 14 to 42 Buat. Woman's Union Suit. No, 3941 To b mado with low or high neck, short or lone; sleeves, Comfortable, well-fitting, under garments are essential both to health nnd style. To keep oneself In good condition questions of warmth must bo considered, and no outer garment ran possibly fit prop erly unless those worn beneath e.ro selected and cut with care. The union suit lias ad vantages thnt are apparent at a glance. It reduces the material about tho waist to tho minimum, while providing amplo pro tection against cold. The model Illustrated Is mado of flno silk and wool flannel, which Is pleasant to the touch at tho same time that It Is hygienic; but all wool flannel ran bo iisod wheu still greater warmth Is do sired, and stockinette or linen mesh fabric can be substituted when such materUls ara preferred. The garment Is cut with extreme caro and follows the lines of tho figure to a nicety. Tho original Is low at tho neck, with short Bleevcf, and Is finished with Ibco and bead ing, but a scalloped edgo can bo used when desired, and thn neck can bo mado high, tho sleeves long whon required, The pattern 3941 la cut In sizes for a 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42-Inch bust measure. For 'ho accommodation of Tne Dee raid ers theso pattens, which uiually retail at from il 'o 50 ients, will be furnished at a nominal i-rlce, 10 cents, which covers all expenie. in order to get any pattern en close 10 reals, give number and name of pattern wanted md buat measure. Allow about ten daya from dato ot your letter before beginning to look for tho pattara. AdJreis, Pattern Department, Omaha Iltft R