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TJIJ-J OMAHA JJA1JLV UKEi WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1902.
SPECIAL NOTICES will b taken natll 1 for evening edition and III HO Pv far BeralasT aafl S-iaday Hlo. ft ate. 1 l-2e at ward rat lasertlea, la a wt?4 thereafter. Netbtnsr ake far less thaa arte far ret lueer- ilaa. These udvertlsenseata aaast e ran euaeeeatlvely. l reuaastlaet a awns amui ta a auntbera letter la eara at Tkc Bee. Aaiwtri so addressed will a delivered aresentatloa af tn rkrck aaly. WAMTED SITUATION. WANTED, t"lMon bY girl at 2ol4 Marcy Bt. flrst-clas second A-717 14 WANTKD. position by a young man aa drug clerk, with three years' country ex perience; best references. A M722 16 t , - ; WANTED SI A LB HELP. WANTED, canvaaaer; man familiar with book and .wpaper work preferred; must be hostler. Appiy Room. 107, Bee Hldg. B HUSTLING Jeputioa wanted; men or I women: solenoid contract, me Uarden- ers, 4ii Bee Bldg. B276 WANTED, first-class Brttannlca and War ner 11 biary salesmen foi lowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Montana, North and Bouth Dakota. We bay traveling expenses and monthly advance. You ca.l on Inquiries only. Permanent and exclusive territory system. Address American . Newspaper Association, suits 622, N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha. Neb. B 298 Ql WANTED, young mtp stenographer; give references, age and expected salary. Ad diess K-.to. Bee. '. .B-M33S WANTED, traveling man who vtults the large and small towns, to sell retailers a select assortment of dry goods for spring, on commission. Bryn Mawr Mlila, Phila delphia, Pa. ' j B iil WANTED a hosiery and underwear sales man for, states of Nebraska and lowa. Box ari. Marlon, lnd. B M6jU WANTED for L. 8. Army, able-bodied un married' men between ages of U and 35, cltlxcns of United State, of good char acter and temperate habits, who can speak, read and. write English. For Infor mation apply to Recruiting Officers, 18th and DoUmu 8ts., Omaha, and postoinoe building, Lincoln, Neb. B-D-31 GOOD messengers wanted; high salaries. A. D. T. Co., B13 8. 13th st. B M184 WANTED -Experienced " cigar salesman with establisned trade, from factory to retailer In Nebraska and lowa. Address, giving full antecedent!, J. J. Tracy, 2UM fctoutu Kith street, Philadelphia, Pa. 'SALESMEN! Trie Hawks Nursery Company, Wauwatosa. Wis. ' B M378 Nov. S WANTED, .competent stenographer; man familiar with ahlpping buslneas preferred. Address L 67, Bee. . B M4K2 BOY wanted. Omaha. Omaha Box Co., East B m WANTED Men to work on farm, an ex perienced stock - feeder; none but good, willing workers. Apply at farm. ? miles east and 1 mila south of Onawa, Iowa. L. Aw Duff. .... B899 14 WANTED, men to work In beet and potato fields.; also men with families; boys over It get men's wages. Standard Cattle Co., Ames,. Neo. B-MUtis BEST proposition ever offered men to learn barber trade. More experience In one month than shops in fine year. Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber College, l.H'2 Douglas St. ... B Mtu3 17 WANTED, cornice makers and tinners. J. P. Urissel Cornice Co., Cedar Rapids, la. , J . B M(S7 IV WANTED, fifteen bricklayers at new Omaha chpps at. Sioux City, la.; plenty ot work. Ueorge. J. urunt, contractor. :. "'!"''r, 'fv"'" Bm2i7J - WANTED, experienced drug clerk of good hablta and with first-class references; good wages to competent man. Sherman A McConnell Drug Co., Cor. Itith and Dodge, Omaha, Neb. ;, B 746 16 WANTED, a boy about 13 years old; refer ences. Apply at Kelrhanberg-Smlth Co. B-746 15 WANTED, bov to attend-to cow. Apply W8 N. 2xth Ave. furnace and B-742 WANTED, experienced furniture driver at People's Store. . ' B 738 14 WANTED, man to set tip furniture at the People Store. B 739 14 IIECHANICS qualified for advancement; our free booklet "Are Your Handa Tied?" tells how thousands have doubted or largely Increased their earning capacity through our spare time Instruction by mail. Write to the International Corre spondence Schools, Box 1S8. Scranton, Pa., or call day or evening, Omaha office, 637 Paxton Block. B M749 16' WANTED Men who are weak or dlseaacd to write for free booklet edited by the leadlnr and most successful specialist In the -l.nlted mates. Address J. Newton Hathaway, M. D., 62.. Commercial Block, Sioux .City, la. 'V B M762 15 ' J " : ' 1 i 1 i 1 i WANTKD-Sober. Industrious man to. dis- iriDuie, advertise; salary, expenses; ter ritory In state Nebraska; permanent for right Varty; fair coninilhalon aside from salary. Add reus Ed Wlmmer. STdi Dear- born. Cblcago. -, . . B-M763 la WANTED Everywhere, hustlers to tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.; no canvassing, good. pay. Sun Advertis ing Bureau, Chicago. B M751 16 YOUNO MEN everywhere. . ennv lot tors home evenings, $7.io week; send addressed enverope lor particulars. Kllbert depart ment M,-, box 1411. Philadelphia, Pa. J ' ' B-M759 U AD. WRITING. Illustrating, proofreading, Journalism, bookkeeping, etencgraphjy, practical electricity taught by mail free; par no tuition until we secure permanent employment; graduates guaranteed posi tions: write for free tuition contract, mentioning subject you wish to study. 'orrespondence Institute of America, box 130, Scranton, Pa. Jrl M7W 15 EXPERIENCED elevstur conductor at the t-eopie s (Store. B M763 16 , $11 WEEKLY, either sex. copying letters at home; send stamp for particulars. King Mfg., Co.. 248 Warren Ave., Chlcaao. . B-M756 IS SALESMEN WASTED, SALESMEN, exclusive territory; salary or Commission; satisfaction guaranteed. Ap ply for terms to "B.1' Western Nursery Co., Lawrence, Kan. ' 144 017 EVERYWHERE, to a rlters. Moaroe & Omaha. sen lumber! Type- co., eii in, into nt.. ' i.2 WASTED FFMAl.E HELP. 109 Girls. Call Canadian ofTlct, 16th at Dodge. WANTED, good wages to a good cook; none other need apply... 2j24 Harney. C-M765 GIRL for general housework, street. 2603 Pierce C 69 WANTED, workiug housekeeper In family el tnreo tuuin. Aouresa it. cee. C 481 WANTED, a good girl for general house work; no washing; $3.U per week. 1614 North 24th Bt.. . C 601 WANTED, Farnam. ' cook. Mrs. A. L. Reed, 36201 C M421 WANTED Girl for second Work. J. Rogeis, 1U0 Park Ave. ' Mrs. T. C-466 W ANTED, girl for general housework at lkll Chicago Bt, - . i.- C M626 15 A COOK for the 'South Omaha hospital; wagea. $4 ear week. -APP'y ' ,h hospi tal. 2ih and I Bis. C-714 16 WANTED, a good alrl for general house work. Apply at N. W. corner of $2d and Poppleton. c a.ji WANTED, a good girl for general house work, family or tnree. mil win m. C 741 YOUNG LADIES, writing at home even ings. $7.uu per week; particulars free to all: srnd addressed envelope. Filbert de- pajlmeut si, box 1411, Philadelphia. Pa. . C-m; ij WAITED FEMALE HELP. LADIES wanted everywhere, copy letter, home evening anil' return to up; we pay Ito.nn thmisand; send adilrmed envelope, particular and copy. Adrtre Guarantee department 81. box 1.13, Philadelphia, Pa. C M757 16 LADIE8, copy letter nt home; 130 per l.om); send stamped envelope for application. Leslie Novelty Co., Dept. 32, Chlcagn. C MTM K FOR REST nouns. HOU8E8, stores. Bemls, Faxton block. D 91 S TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage v.0. ; omoe toiift r arnam, or 'leis. lJ-8t. D 914 ROOM modern detached house. Inquire 2648 Capitol Ave. D MUI6 linilCCCIn all parts of ctty. The O. 1 1 w U k. Davis Co., .506 Bee Hldg. e Mld D 91J 8EE PAYNE, BOSTWICK ft-OO. for choice bousea. 8vil-2 N. Y. LI fa Dldg. Te'.. lull. . . D US 701 N. S4TH ST., South Omata, a nice i- room cottage. William K. Potter, Re culver, 303 Brown block. D 639 VANS and baggage wagons. TeL UK. . D KM HOUSES and flats. Klnjwalt, Barker block. D 921 MAGOARD Van Storage C(v Tel. 148. D va 6-POOM modern, good repair, on 8, 3!d ave nue. I'none on. . ..... i OCTOBER 1 -room bouse, 1K!0 Cass: mod ern except furnace 30. W. N. Nason, Hotel Farnam. . . ,D-I3 FOR RENT, three . -room hoilses, with water, gas and sewer: Just been placed In flrBt-clans repair; all In good location; close to street car and schools; 118 to 122 each. C. M. Bachmenn, 436 and 437 Paxton block. D 6S5 MODERN 7-room bouse, South 2Sth. hear park. 1M D 656 FOR RENT. October 1. 8-room modern house, 613 N. Sid St. ; 6-roorn cottage, California St. Apply at AoOra iM N. Y Life Bldg. . D 190 Ul S. 23D ST., 8-rootn flat, with bath. itva b. uin si., e rooms, city water. Wm, K. Potter, receiver, 308 Brown block. . D M118 HOUSES, o. a. Wallace, Brown Block. . '. D 154 DESIRABLE ten-room house, .almost new, muuern in every parucuiax, rail irum, full lot. paved street, convenient to street car line. HOWARD KENNEDY St SON, 3U First National Bank Building. D-877 -ROOM house, all modern. -in fine rebalr. 2J07 Sherman ave., Ub.W. , O. E. Turking- ton, twb wee bldg. ... , D M4l DUNDEE. - 4915 and 4923 Webater st., 8 rooms,, bath and cioset. m.uu eacn. . . . 4924 Davenport st., 8-room modern. 318.00. OMAHA. 2107 Chicago st., 6 rooms. $16.09. L. .L. JOHNSON CO., 314 B. 15th. D-M448 IS FOR RENT. 6-room house, furnished, all modern, nice lawn, front end back, large shade trees, Call at Z110 Ohio Bt. D 9 EIOHT-ROOM house, modern. Inquire 2514 Caldwell street. D MSI 7 lit SEVEN-ROOM, brick, all mooern, warm house, good repair, one block from car, . 1""3 N. 29th St., UC.OO. Q. E. Turklngton, 6U6, Be. DMbii 16 3S2S HARNEY ST., 9-room all modern house, newly decorated Inside .and out. 850 per month. The Byxon Reed Co. . , ' D-M7U 8-ROOM strictly modern house. Just com pieted, corner autn and Locust; can burn sort coal in furnace it desired. J. N. Marsh, 445 Board of Trade. D 883 2330 N. 28TH AVE., 8 rooms, al) .modern. elegant place, only wa.su Payne investment Company. Tel. 1781. Main Floor, -N. Y. U Bldg, . (. , ... . U 71a 17 Y MODERN ten-room brick: gas. furnace, laundry, bath; 2601 Capitol Ave.; rent, 830, . D -M7Z9 80 FOR -RENT. It-mom house and barn 2117 Webater St. $35 8-room house, modern, 2248 N. 19th St.... 20 10-room modern house and barn.-. 1210 Poppleton Ave..,.., 20 7-room modern house and barn, 704 S. 26th St 17 . Drennan Love Co. 3u9 8. 13th St. D M71 20 8212701 Woolworth, 8 rooms, modern, fur nace. i i , 820632 So. 30th. T rooms, modern, furnace, 825 iSM Capitol Ave., 8 rooms, modern, furnace. 874204 Hamilton St., Jt rooms, city water. 822316 So. 15th, flat, 3d floor, modern. It. U. PETERS tt t'O., Ground Floor, Bee Bldg.' D-787 18 6-ROOM cottage, 2549 Rees street. Inquire Clyde C. Bundblad, care county court. D 740 16 1317 SOUTH 318T street, 7 rooms, $30. D M747 rOR RESTofVHMRHED ROOMS. PEWEY European hotel. 13th and Farnam. , v ia 81 PER WEEK-423 8. 18th St.. one block south of court house. E fc-4 AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge. TWO nice, cool, furnished or unfurnished rooms. 2504 Davenport. E 27 ROYAL HOTEL,, Eurqpean, 16th & Chicago. .' . . . .JBr-2 NICELY furnished ' rooms, single or en suite; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel, luth and Chicago. ' E z HANDSOME steam-heated room. 19C9 Cap itol Ave. E-M106 FOR RENT, to gentleman, large well fur nished front room, with aicove, steam heat, gas, bata' telephone, central, reasonable. 1623 Douglas. ' E 819 . 220 N. 17th Bt., neat steam-hested rooms. E M7 Nov. 6 WELL furnished steam heated rooms, single or eusulte. with or wunout board. Midland hotel. 16th and Chicago its. i, &-M440 N8 TWO adjoining rooms, 21st ave. 17 a month. ' 526 8. K-;M4&9 16 STEAM-HEATED rooms, . $10 per month. Barker Hotel. 13th and, Jones Bts. . . ' E M43 THREE 8. 11th ROOMS, St. light housekeeping. 1113 E MTbi. STEAM-HEATED rooms; new home; ref ereuces. , 1616 Webster. . E Mb6 1 FIRNISHED ROOMS AND HOARD. Merrtam, comfortable winter home. Tel. 85. FURNISHED rooms, with ar without board ; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel, loin ana imcago. . , w THREE rooa.i, 626 8. 19th St j ' furnace. F U4 24 FOR REST IKVl RM8HKU ROOMS. FOUR modern rooms. 624 So. 26th Ave. -O 744 16 r'OR HKI'I--S'lOMaiS AMD OFr'tCKS. FOR RKNT Btore, In flrst-class location; rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Peters it Co... ground floor, Bm Bldg. 1266 FOR- RENT The building formerly occu pied ly ine tiea i i farnam Bt. it baa four stories and a basement which was formerly used as The ttee press room. This will be rented very reasonably. It Interested apply at ouce to C, C. Roae- water, eecreiary, room 100, ilea building. , . 1 IL MICYCIJCS Now is the time to buy bicycle cheap from Fletcher, 1622 Capitol ave. l a 1 TWO floors 4oxt In Jobbing district.' Ad dreas M 21, Bee, 1-MT34 8v lltlD KtOIATtll. HATS dyed, blocked, latest style. Ramaer at Kerr, V.I H. ITth, near Capitol Ave -7U NU HALLS FOR REST. CREIGHTON hnll and "chill Itoof (rarden for boll. focauet. card name. amoKera, meeting, convention, etc. Both hilla I are the largest In the city, have large drelng room and hoxie for cloak, hat and coat will rent reasonable. Apply to Wm. R. Morand, Manager Crelghton hall. 'Phone 1022. I 430 N7" AGEJIT WASTED, WANTED-Canvassing agent In every county to solicit siirmcniuions to I nei TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. Steady emnlovment. with assured good In come. Agents In the country with horse and buggy especially desired. Canvassers moke easily ItiO to lloo per month. Ad dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau, Dee building, umaha. zia HIGH GRADE AGENT WANTED We want a first-class man In each county to sell our Standard Stock Foot! to farm ers. He must have a good team, good business ability, some knowledge of live stork, be In good standing In every way and a steady worker. A permanent, good paving business to the right man. Ad dress, giving age, experience, present business, etc. THE F. E. BANBORN COMPANY, Omaha, Neb. J lis is 12 WASTED TO BEST. WANTED By elderly widow, three or four unfurnished rooms Tor housekeeping; cen. trally located. Address, M ln. Bee., K-624 14 BOARD and room, hath, wanted by cleanly and quiet gentleman; private family; not over $o per week; permanent. Address M 26, Bee. K M736 16 SINGLE gentleman want room, and board In quiet, private family; widow wun lit tle girl preferred. Address M 25. Bee. K-M725 15 FOR SALE FIR.MITIRE. CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. TeL 2U20. New and secondhand, bougnt, sold. exchanged. . O W8 FOR SALE HORSES, WAGOSS, ETC. HARRY FR08T paints and repairs wagons. Bee mm. inn ana ieavenworm. xei. mi. P-934 FAMILY COUPE cheap. 1414 Davenport at. P M762 21 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib bing, combination ladders, m Douglas. VI Mias FOR SALE Phonographs : superior to any otner musical instrument; a up. inei Wlttmann Co., lttl Farnam. Q 36 EC1BON phonographs, $10, $20 and $30; moulded lecords. ooc each or o per dos.: new wheels, lf up; 2dhand, $5 up. Omaha Bicycle Co., ltttb and Chicago tits. Q-942 NEW and secondhand typewriters. 1119 Farnam. Q 93i 2DHAND uafe cheap. Derlghl, 1119 Farrtam. 100 STYLES trusses; catalogue free. Sher man et Mcconneu urug cxi., win ana Dodge, Omaha. J 38 INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam. y sno FOR SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican nainesa aogs. Address n. o, Dee. Q M917" SELLING out bicycles at greatly reduced prices; new wheels, $15 up. Edison phono- I grapna, iiu, 120 and $30. Omaha Bicycle .Co.. comer 16th. and Cblcaco Bts. CI M86B EDISON Columbia phonographs; agents wanted: write. Fredrlckson, la Cap. Ave. VI muw a FOR BALE, base burner, used only a short ume. inquire uu urace Bt.. VI iae OFFICE partition, glass pane. Phone 2161. . . .. , Q M362.N4 FOR BALE, thoroughbred Scotch Collie. Sire Welshburn Charlie, out of Goid Dust.' Auureu m, iee. w PALMS, artificial, all ill 'Phone 2161. for sale cheap. Vt 427 14 GOOD antique oak wardrobe cheap. Inquire 2104 Maple. for sale Q 436 FOR SALE, good furniture business In town of 8,000 population; only one other store; best town In state. . Address M 20, Bee Pub. Co. vi Tie M WALL muD of Nebraska: all about crops. . prices of land, etc., by counties. Chris tian's Land Agency, York, Neb., only 4 cents. Q M7S7 15 CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1614 Cass St, B 944 MME GYLMER, genuine palmist, SIS 8. 16. ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 16th. R. 7. T 276 la GRACE O BRYAN of Ky., 720 S. 13th. T 288 17 MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, 2d floor. R 2. '1 N" PERsOSAL. DR. ROY. chiropodist; corns and superflu ous nan removed by electricity. K, 12. renter bioca. u u PRIVATE hospital before and during con finement, - oautee ooaraea ana auoptea. M.rs. Ciardeis, U34 i-ake. 'let red 1664. . U rW VIAVI. Woman's way to health. - Home treatment, uooaiei tree. m ee tiiag., umaba. - u rti MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R. X. u ae 1. GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale and retail, cuuiaa riauo wo., iu vougiaa. ti PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before and during connneinent. ur, .ana airs. Uerlsch. 4u N. lutn Bt., Omaha. . U ksx) $30 RUPTURE CURED FOR $30 Na anile, no uain. no uuieniiun irum buaineas. Send fur booklet, etc. EMPIRE UUPTUHU CUIUS CO., u n. (. i-i i e mag., umana. DR. JACKSON, 1505 FARNAM ST. u "W- OMAHA DYE WORKS, 1515 Howard, the fashionable cleaners ot lauies ana gentle men s dresses and su.ts, lace curtains, araperles. U alia nj TELEPHONE 780 for L M. E. messengers. Li 48 BL'RK cure for excessive perspliatlon and all disorders or tne feet; stamp lor par ticulars. A. Mayer, 618 Bea bldg.; Omaha, LEARN chiropody, manicure, special mas sage. Bcnooi oi uygiene, oia n mug. U Mtu7 N W KI.BBACH mantles. 20o and 30c: other makes loc ana up to 2&c; table lamps 12 60 and up burner, ahade ana cnlmoy. touls Fletcher, li22 Capitol ave. U ta6 16 LOOK, out for Joseph Wright, : escaped from Bt. ' Bernard's hospital, Council Bluffs: spare built, six feet tall, 60 years old, red hair and sandy mustache, black coat and light grey pants, black ulster overcoat, carrying black gripsack, hn- balanced mentally. Notify l A. Tibbits, cliteC or police, council uiuits. U M768 15 MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE. 4U PER CENT on business property. S tmr cent on residence property. Options to pay whole or part any time. W. B. MEIKLE. 401 8. 16th St. W-869 MONEY, to loan on Improved Omaha real staie. ureunan-Liove - su o. ixg. W-4W0 4 TO I P. C. Money. . Bemls, Paxtou Blku w m; FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H. Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. TeL 164s. W-9ol FIVE PER CENT loans. Farnam- Garvin Bros. 1604 W-vl PRIVATE money. F. D. W cad, 124 Douglas. t V-4KJ MOSKT TO LOAS REAL ESTATE. WANTED City loan A Co., nil warrant. W. 12JU Farnam street. f a mam Smith W WANTKD City and farm loan; also bonds ana warrant, k. j. feters at io., i,a Farmm St.. Hce Bldg. W 966 MOSEV TO lOAWHATTELS, MONEY WHEN you find It necessary to borrow. give ua a trial, after which we will, by talr treatment, attempt to retain your patronage. We loan from $10 up, on fur niture, pianos, live siucn, ic. also make loan to SALARIED fKUl'LB wltlinut mortEaae or endorser. We do not deduct Interest In advance; we charge nothing for malting or nnng papers end our service is quick and confidential. We always try to please our patrons. OMAHA MURTUAUB UIAM LU 11 Board of Trade Bldg. TeL 22.5. (Established 1892.) 3t South lsth St. A WJ9 $ I III $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ YOU NEED MONEY T $ MONEY TO LOAN $ DO ON FURNITURE AND SALARIES. $10 to $.'00 loaned on FURNITURE, PI ANiiH. ETC. and to salaried people at very lowest rates and for any length of time, without publicity or removing the property. I'aymema can oe raau to suit your convenience. Call and get our terms before g' Ing elsewhere. RELIART.S5 CREDIT COMPANY, Room 8.1, Third Floor, Paxton Block. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ I $ $ $ $ $ $ MONEY loaned on pianos. furniture, tew- airy, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 8. 13. A SB Chattel and Salary Loans. PHOENIX CREDIT CO.. Successor to J. W, Tayloe. TeL 745. 633 Paxton Block. X-96J LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO HA L.Arl rturiirj, nierciiaiiin, learn sters. boarding nouses, etc., witnout se curity; taslest terms; 40 offices In prin cipal cities, loiman, ra ooara oi iraae Bldg. X-964 MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried people; bualneaa confidential: lowest rates, 614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co. JL Sue MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock. Jewelry, to salaried people, i-oiey Loan CO., Hue, to uun ureen, earner Dioca. BUSISESS CHANCES. COMPLETE stock of hardware for sale rhean. H. M. Christie. Administrator. 2420 N street. South Omaha. Y M6K4 18 FOR SALE or rent, one good two-story frame hotel; rooms for lour teen public beda; possession at once. Address E. W. Koberts, Holdrege, Neb. x MoUo lb- FOR BAIJJ and exchange, $10,000; a stock of general dry goods, ladies and gents furnishing goods and notions, Invoicing about iw,uuu; siock is wen assorted, lines well filled. Is clean, up-to-date and sala ble, all recently bought: owner will ex change lor about cash, balance, win take some good farm land or town prop erty. Stock will have to be removed form present location; win give gooa traae. Address Brown & t-o., 414 Han Uldg., Kansas City, Mo., for full particulars. X 634 16 TO GET In or out of business call on Wil liams, Room ill, McCague building. WHEN you want to buy,-sell or exchange your DUBinesr or property quica see 4, ti. jonnson, aw n. x. Life. Y-M969 NO REASONABLE offer rejected for the lurmture or ju-room dhck nat; nne loca tion, full of roomers. J. IL Johnson. N, Y. Life. ; Y M400 FOR SALE The well established clothing business of the late ti. W. Hellers, Hlalr, n. IT. JUVOnUO, AUUlllllBirlUI, - I Y M4it 17 FOR SALE, one of the. best republican newspapers in - Neb(akva, very oheap. Address At 24, ee. - x tarsi vt , , .11. 1 1. HOTEL FOR RENTM-Beat location In county seat of northwestern lowas ha commercial business of town. Address M 28, Bee. Y M764 19- FOR SALIC REAL ESTATE. , . v .t THE STATE OF MINNESOTA sold on Oc tober 6 16,000 acres In Morrison county a auction for 88 per acre average. We will sell, for the next Su days. 15.000 acres of the same kind of land. In Morrison county Minnesota, to investors and wholesalers. in lots from 2.0U0 to 8.O0O acres each, at $5.80 ner acre. Also a number of improved prairie (arms in Kenvme county. Minn.. at $30 to $46 per acre, f or particulars ad dress Theo. F. Koch Land Co., 176 E. Sd at.. Bt. Paul, Minn. RE 481 14 MODERN double house, rents $240; a bar gain; price l,6W. Box 44, irvlngton. Neb, ' Kfc. 4'J9 14 RANCH and farm lands for sale b; y the Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A. McAUestep, land commissioner. Union Pa cine Headquarters, oinana. Neb. KB 871 KELSEY'S. wall paper, 17th and Douglas. 'I'none itxw. titni L HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also ore insurance, xiemis, faxion oiock. KE 072 BEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO. for choice bargains. 601 N. X. Lite Bldg. Tel. 1016. tlae-Sl U7II 1 I A MflN CHARLES E., 1202 Farnam street. RE 875 FOR SALE 31 acres, fruit and garden land, eignt-room bouse, good barn, ap ples, cherries, plums; eight acres in tim- l?r , ,nv tunc. Hum v . uno, auuivn. im D. first, council ciuns, la. tuit Wit DO YOU WANT TO SELL A FARM? If you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell the farmers and stockralsers about it. The best way to reach them is through The Twentieth Century Farmer. This agricultural weekly goes to 35,000 homes of farmers and tockralsers, so If you have a good piece of land to sell at reasonable price you ought to find a buyer among them. The coat ot an ad la small t cents per word. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER OMAHA, NEB. BX-4VH DOUGLAS COUNTY FARM CHEAP. 929 acres, all level bottom blue grass, hay and corn land, especially adapted for stock feeding, having trackage, extensive barns and other facilities. Improvements originally cost $20,000. Owner haa other Interests requiring capital and for limited time offers this magnificent ranch for $40,000. $16,600 cash, remainder at S per cent. HARRISON ft MORTON, Omaha, Sole Agents. ' RE 467 HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also acre property ana iirra tanus. i ne u. . Davis Co., Room 662. oee building. RB-t77 CALIFORNIA Mutual Land Company, 240 Montgomery St., Ban rranctsco. Cal.; sell ten, twenty, thirty acres or larger tracts ot choice land on Installment payments. Write for full particulars. RE M723 24 A GREAT 8NAP In business property; 88 fejt on Howard St.. opposite Auditorium only $5,0uu; one-third cash, balance to be arranged; 6 per-cent. Payne Investment Company, sole sgents. New York Life building. RE M761 17 IIHKtlXthHU. l IN families. Miss Sturdy, 26M Harney. U764 Nit LOST. IXHT Black Dane dog. not quite full groan. Communicate with A. p., M7 Bouth 25th Ave. Lost S"2 14 HBTWekji lith and Jlarncy inn itanscom Park, white Angora muff: finder return to 3M6 Howard and receive suitable re ward. IaisI 721 14 IF GENTLEMAN will bring hat got by mistake In First Pre, charch. Initialed Mr,, to Orchard A Wlllielm's drapery dept.. he can have It exchanged for' one Initialed B. lst M74S h TYfKWMTKIIS. WHY pay moreT to $100 machines, roe t Co., Ml N. Imbert.- $25; superlot Bent on approval. Mon 10th St., Omaha. 131 TYPEWRITER BARGAINS THI8 WEEK No. 6 Remington $:'0. No. 6 Remington 4!.K No. 8 Remington 20. W No. 1 Bmlth Premier 25.00 No. 2 Smith Premier , WOO No. 7 Bllckensderfer 20.W Densmores K0 0? Callgraphs from $5.00 to 15.00 We rent machine of all makes, $3.00 per month. Floyd BU John. Tel. No. 2'1!. No. 116 Hn. 15th St. MTtf 21 OMAHA SCHOOL' OF MISIC. OMAHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND FINE ARTS Twelve FREE and twelve partially free scholarship October la, Examination October 14. Particulars and prospectus, F. H. Wright, 316 Ramge building. M379 SINGERS, First Presbyterian choir. Ap ply F. H. Wright. 315 liamge Diug. 4.i si DANCING ACADEMY. MORAND'S Dancing School, 15th and Har ney. Children beginners, Wednesday, 4116 f . m.. snd Baturday, 10 a. m. ; 20 lessons, 10; see son, October to May, $20, advance; 12 lessons, $6; season, $12; adults, Tuesday and Friday, 8 p. m.; 12 lessons, ladies, $6; gentlemen, $8. High school class meets in Myrtle hall, season October to May, $10. Assemblies every Wednesday. 'Phone 1022. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. GREGG 8. H., Touch T. W., Bus. Branches, Teleg. Cat. Free. Om. Coll., 17th & Doug. 606 A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life. 978 BOYLE8 college. court reporter principal, 979 N. X. 1-4 re. NEB. Business Shorthand College, Boyd's 1 neater. ( PAWNBROKERS. EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat ing; all Duslness conndential. 13U1 Douglas, OSTEOPATHY. GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths. Suite 515 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1664. 984 Mrs. Grace Tlsdale Deegan, 538 Bee Bldg. 367 Tel. 2S6H. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. PRIVATE lessons in bookkeeping, etc.; night class Mond., Wed., Fri. G, It. Rathbun. Room 15. Com1 Nat'l bank. M98 TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE. TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717. 606 8. 16th. -4W L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 780. -998 CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ALL kinds of carpenter Work and repairing promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree, 20th and Lake streets. 370 GARBAGE. ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and dead animals at reduced prices. 621 N. 16th. Tel. 1779. 163 WANTED TO BORROW. WANTED, a loan of $200, good security and Interest. Would like to pay in room ana board. Address At 27, Bee. isn la STOVES REPLATED. GOLD, silver and nickel plating. Omaha Plating Co.. Bee Bldg. Tel. 2636. 91 AUTOMOBILES. ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Delight, 1119 Farnam street. wji TICKET BROKERS. CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere. P. H. Philbln. 1605 Farnam, 'Phone 784. 987 STORAGE. OM. Van Stor. Co., 15UH Farn. Tels. 1659-863. tui LAUNDRY. numi Rt.im Laundry: shirts. 8c: collars 2c; cuffs, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. TeL A-1784. v LAW AND COLLECTIONS. 8TILLMAN ft PRICE, 23 U. 8. N'l Bk. Bid. ACCORDION PLEATING. IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1510 Howard. 835 TAILORING. LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re modeled. Joe Yousen, 1411 Farnam Bt. MS59 BALE TIES. OMAHA Hay Balo Tie Co. 811 North 16th. ma FIR DRESSING R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 8. 13th. 9H2 PRINTING. WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Linotype Composition. 611 B. 13th. - j EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc. T K Ratbbun, room la, commercial nt tlonal bank. M446 STAMMERING AND STUTTERING. CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg. vat ELECTRICAL REPAIRING. GRAND Electric Co.. 16 ft Jackson. Tel. 2M6. 9wt DETECTIVK AGENCIES. CAPT. THOB. CORMICK, private detec tive, 617 Karbach block. Tel. A2K32. M733 Nl.'r MANUFACTURING. P. MELCHIOR. chlnut t. 13th and Howard, ma- tft2 OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe cialty of fire escapes, shutter, doors and safes. G. Andreen, Prop.. lri 8. 10th Bt. 063 FLORISTS. L. HENDERMON. 1519 Farnam. Tel. I2L3. Bend for price list, cut (lowers and plant MWi When You Write to Advertisers remember It wnly take an extra stroke or two of the peu to mention the fact that you aaw the ad la 'lbs Be POSTOKKirH NOT ICR. . I (Should be read DAILY by all Interested, s iiibiikis may occur at luiy time.) Foreign mails for th? k emlMie Or. Inner Is. I'2, will c lose ( I'Ki M PTI.Y ill tll cass) nt the gencrni p.tottke as f lows: i',iim,8 n is I M.Mi.N loee one. hour earlier than closing time shown nclow. Parcels post malls for Germany close at i p. m, Monday and Weduesday. Regnlai anil Supplementary mulls close at rorelgn Htntlo-i half nour later tlmn closing time shown below (except thai 8'ip piementar) MhIIs for Europe and Centr.il America, via Colon, close one hour later at Foreign stiitloni. Transatlantic Slaila. VEINKSHAY-At 6:S0 n. m for Kl'Uol'i:. per . s. Bt. Paul, via Southampton (mall or neiHiiii must oe uirecteii "per . s. Bt. I'mll'1!- nt u n la, 1A m m.) for EUmiPE. Icr s. s Teutonic, via! Utieenstoan I . THURSDAY At : n. m. for EUROPE, per s. . F. Hlsmntck. via Plymouth.' Cherbourg ami llHmhurg (mall for' France, Switzerland, italv, Bpaln. Portu-i gal, Turkey, Egypt, Greece, lirltlnh In ula and l.orenxo Marques must Im ill-. reeled "per . s. F. Hlsmnrck"); at 7 n. m. for KHANCE. SWITZERLAND. IT-1 AI.Y. SPAIN. POHTI'GAL, Tl'HK EY. ' MIHT, IIKKKCE, BRITISH . NDIA ami 1OHENKO MAKgl'RK. per s. s. I.n Lor raine, via Havre tmall for other purts of Europe must he ilirct led "per s. t. La Lorraine '). SATURDAY At 6 a. Trr.' for ITALY direct, per s. . Aller (tnnil must fie illreoted "per s. . Alter"!; at 7: n. m. for NETH ERLANDS direct, per s. l'ostiliim tninll must ha directed ''per s. s. Potsdam" i; at 8 a. m. for HKUill'M illrert. per . s. Kroonlanil (mstl must be directed "per s. i. KroonlHnd"): at 9:30 a. r.i. 'or SCOT LAND direct, per s. , Columbia (intiil must be directed "per s. s. Colombia' ; at li':S0 n. m. (supplementary 12 m. for El'ROPE. tier s. s. L'mbrla, via (Jupens town; at 11 . tn. for DENMARK direct, per s. s. Norge (mall must be directed "per s. s. Norge"). PRINTED MATTER, ETC. This steamer lakes Printed Matter, Commercial Papers and Samples for Germuny only. The same class ot mall mutter for other parts of Europe will not bo sent by this ship uiiicbs rptrciuiiy uirccieu iiy ner. After the closing of the Supplementary Transatlantic Malls' nunien tiuve. ad ditional Supplementary Mails are opened on the piers of the Amerlcsn, Cngllsh, French and German steamers, and remain open until within Ten Minutes of the hjcr of '.ailing of steamer. Malls for Snath and Central America, West ladles, Etc. WEDNF.8DAY At 3:30 a. m. for MACEIO and PEKNAMBUCO, per . s. Bellagglo (mall foi other parts of Brasil, Argentine, ' Uruguay and Paraguay, via Mucelo and Rio Janeiro, must he directed "per s, s. Bellagglo ; at 11:30 p. m. for JAMAICA, per s. s. Admiral Schle), from Philadel phia. . THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CURA, YU CATAN, CAMPECHE, TABASCO and CHIAPAS, per . s. Monterey (mall for other parts of Mexico must be directed "per s. s. Monterey"); at 12:30 p. m. (sup plementary 1:30 p. m.) for ST. THOMAS, BT. CROIX. LEEWARD and WIND WARD ISLANDS, BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per . a. Ma dlana; at 7 p. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per s. s. Siberian, from Philadelphia (mall must be- directed "per s. s. Si berian"!. FRIDAY at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) tor uubia hii a, per s. s. vhi encla; at 10 a. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND direct, per s. s. Silvia; at 12 m. for MEX ICO, per . s. Niagara, via Tamplco (mall must be directed "per s. s. NlRgara"); at 6:30 p. m. for AZORES ISLANDS, per s. s. Vancouver, from Boston; at 6:30 p. m. for BERMUDA, pe. steamer from Hall fax. SATURDAY At 9 a. m. (supplementary 9:30 a. m.) for FOKTO RICO, uiHAt'AU snd VENEZUELA, per s. s. Caracas (mall for Savanilla and Cartagena must be directed "per . s. Caracas'); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA. SAVAN ILLA and CARTAGENA, per s. s. Altai (mall tor Costa Rica must be directed "ner s. s. Altai"): at 9:30 a. tri. (supple mentary lo:3" a. m.) for HAITI and SANTA MART A, per a. S. Athos; at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. a. Morro Castle, via Havana; at 12:30 p. m. for CUBA, ner S. s. Ollnda, via Matanxas (ordinary mall only, which must be directed "per s. s. Ollnda ) Mails for Newfoundland by rail to North Byflney, and tnence oy steamer, close at this office tlally st 6:30 p. m. (con necting close i here every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday;. iMalls for Mlquelon, by rail to Boston, and thence by steamer, close at this office daily at 6:30 n. m. Mails for Cuba by rail to Port Tampa,- F'.a., and thence by rteamer, close at this office dally except Thursday at 5:30 a. m., (the connecting closes are made on Mondays. Wednesdays and Sat urdaysh Mails tor Mexico (Jlty, over land unless specially addressed for des patch by sieamer, close nt this office dally except Sunday at 1:30 p. m., and ll:3o p. m , Sundays at 1:00 p. in. and 11:30 p. m. MailH for Costa Rica, Bellxe, Puerto Cortes and letter mall for Guate mala, by rati to New Orleans and thence by steamer, close at this ofiir- daily except Sunday at 1:30 p. m. and H.dO 1:00 p. m. and '11:30 p. m.; Sundays at p. m. (connecting at mO p. m. lor and letter mall closes here Mondays Bellxe, Puerto Cortes for Guatemala and Tuesdays at -11:80 p. m. tor Costa Idea), Registered mail closes at 6:00 p. m prii vious day, Transpacific Malls. Malls for China and Jnpan, via Seattle close here daily at o:30 p. m. up to Oc tober loth. inclusive, for dispatch per i. s. !yo Maru. (Registered mail must be directed "via Seattle . Malls for Hawaii, Japan. China and flrst- class matter ror tne rniuppine isianas, via Han Francisco, close here dally at 6.30 p m. up to October 17th, inclusive, for desnstrh ner a. s. Contlc. Malls for China and Japan, via Tacoma, close here dally at a.M) p. m. up o Oc tober 17th, inclusive, for despatch per s. s. ninnl. Malls for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close here daily at e:ao p. m. up to octouer 20th, inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Alameda. Malls for Hawaii, China. Japsn and first- class matter for the t'niiippine islands, via San Francisco, close here dally at at 6:30 p. m. up to October 25th, Inclu slve, for despatch per a. s. America Maru. Malls for the Philippine Islands, via Ban .Francisco, eloho here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to. October 2iith. inclusive, for des patch per V: 8. Transport. Mails for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands, via 8aa Francisco, close here dally at 6:3d p. m. up to October 26th. Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Mariposa. Mails for China and Japan, via Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, close here dally at 6:30 u. m. up to October 2Mh, Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Empress of Japan. (Registered mall must be specially ad dressed. Merchandise for U. S. Postal Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Canada). Malls for Australia, (except West Austra lia, which Is forwarded via Europe) New Zealand, Fiji, Samoa and Hawaii, via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. after October 11th and up to No vember lnt. Inclusive, or on arrival of s. s. Campania, due at Mew voik No vember 1st, for despatch per s. s. So noma. Mails for Australia (except Weet Australia . hl h noes via Europe, anil New Zealand which goes via Ban Frunclseoi, and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver and Victoria, II. C. close here dally at 6:30 p. ra. after November lst and up to November xth, Inclusive, tor desiiatcn per a. s. Miuwera Transpacific mails are forwarded to port of sailing daily .ana tne. scneauie r closing Looking for a House? L1 ET a Bee want for you. It will save you time and energy and money. ; . Do away with the inconvenience of hunting a house; let the house hunt you.. Bee want ads will find anything you want. The cost is very low and the re sults are prompt and pleasing. OTlfF.. Is arranged on the pu sumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. 'Hrals ercil mi 1 1 closes at 6 p m. prevlmis dav. CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Potmaster Mslnrtlee. New York. N. Y.. Oi'tober l. 1IH2. Ill Mil TI1IK CAM I). lMOJ STATION IOTH AND MARCY. t klrstu, Rock Island I'aclOe. EAST. Leave. Arrive. Chicago Daylight Lim ited a SiX) am a 6:45 am Chicago Daylight Lx.al.a 7:00 am a 9:35 pm ChlctiKO Express bll lS am a 6:05 pin Des Moines IjOcal a 5:20 pin bll:30 am Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:05 pm a 1:26 pm w Etff, Mountain Llm- . a S 50 am a 4:55 am il?.cKl Lincoln, Colo. Springs, 1 Denver, Pueblo and West a 1:30 pro a t:48 pm Colo.. Texas, Cal. & Oklahoma Flyer a 8:20 pm all: 10 rm Illinois ienlrnl. Chicago Express a J:20 am Chicago, .Minneapolis A Bu l'alil Limited a 7:50 pm a 1:10 pta a 8:06 am hlO 3S pm aiO:$ pm .innnenpuilB at Bt. t'ftll! Express J 7:20 am Chicago Express Mlasaarl Paclflr. St. IajuIs Express al0: am a 6.-5 pm K. C. & St. L. Ex b 10.30 pm a 6:lj sm 411. W AV IIMK AHI 1 utlnuefl. thlcnao A Northwestern. "The Northwestern Line." Leave. Arrive. Fart Chicago MjII Local Sioux City.... Daylight St. Paul... Daylight Chicago... Local Chicago Local Carroll Fust C'hlcHgj Limited Chicago.... Fast St. Paul .... Fain Mall Local Sioux CW... 3:40 am ....a i.oo pin ....a R e) am ....a 4U-A am ....a s:0o am ..W:w am ....a 4:0V 4m ,...a 4 :;o pm ....a 8:10 pm ....a 7:55 pm ...!b 4:00 pm a 7:(o sm a t.ya am a J.S" pm S10:2D pm all 20 pm a 6:10 pm a 9:60 cm a 4.16 pm a 9:20 em a 8:16 am a 2:40 pm b 9:ut am I nlon Pacific. Leave, .a 9:40 am Arrive, a 7:S0 pm a 8:26 pm Owi'iand Limited. The Fast Mall. .... ..a 8:60 am California Expreas a 4:2u pm Pacific Express all:30 pm Eastern Lxpress a 4:85 pm a 7:30 am a 3:40 am 'I ha Atlantic Exoress. The Colorsao t"peclal...a 7:10 am Chicago Special.... 3:40 am Lincoln, ueatrice ana stromsbura ex ...o 4:"S pm. oii:m) om Grand Island Local b 6.30 pm b 9:K pm Chicago, Mllwaakee 4t St. Paal. Chicago & Omaha Ex.. b 7:40 am b 3:40 pm Chicago Lamuea ex.. ..a s:w pm i.ov am Wabash. St. Louis "Canon Ball" Express a :6& pm a i:w am Lit. Louis Local, Council Blurts '" am su.v;w pm BURLINGTON STATION I OTH 4t MASON Darlington & Mlssoarl River. Leave. Arrive. Wvmore. Beatrice and Lincoln a ".-'" am bU:55 am Nebraska Exnresx a 6:40 am , 7:45 pm Denver Limited.. a 4:zo pm a 6:4a am Black Hills and Puget sound Exoress .all:10 Dm a 3:10 Dm Colorado vesuDuiea Fiver a 8:10 pm a 9:17 am bll:e am a 8:27 am Lincoln Fast Mall b 8:10 pm Fort crook ana naiis- mouth o s:zu pm Eellevue ft Pacific Jet.. .a 7:50 pm Bellevue ft Facltlo Jet.. .a s:w am Chicago, Burlington 4t tlalnoy. Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 4:06 pm Chlrano Vestlbulea i.x..a 4:cii pm a .I0 am i rn'Ltirn iMm..... ....... w.uv a i .1 all 00 pm Chicago L,iraiea.... pm a c.ai am a 2:46 m Fast Maa Kansas City, St. Joseph Bluffs. Coaacll Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 9:20 am a 6:05 pm all:15 am Bt. Louis Flyer. .........a 5:10 pm Kansas City Night Ex..al0 M pro a 6:15 am a Daily, b Dally except. Sunday, c Sun day only, d Dally except Saturday, a Dally except Monday. WEBSTER DEPOT 18TH WEBSTER. Chicago. Omaba. St. Paul, Minneapolis Leave, .a 6:80 am .a 2:00 pm .b 6:40 pm Arrive, a 9:00 pm all .20 am b 8:4a am Mlssoarl Twin City Passenger.., Slnux City Passenger. Emerson Local Fremont, Elkhorn Valley. Black Hills. Deadwood. Hot Springs a 3:00 pm a 6:00 pm Wyoming, Caper ana Douglas .....d 8:00 pm Hastings, York, David citv. Hunerlor. Geneva. s:Oo pm Exeter and Seward. ...b 3:00 pm Norfolk. Lincoln anf Fremont b 7:30 am b 6:00 pm bl0:25 am Fremont Local o 7:30 am Mlssoarl PaelOe. Nebraska Local, Via Weeping Water b 6:10 pm a 10:25 am CLARK'S CRUISES FOR 1003. Py Specially Chartered Twin Bwtw - Steamers, "KAISERl.V and "CELTIC" North German Lloyd White Star Line Express Steamer Largest Steamer afloat Cheapest and most attractive tripe ever offered. Ufnel Inrliaa Jan. 14; Martinique, Barba W6SUnQl8Sdoes. Jamaica. Cuba, Nassau. all. VI ftS VS. 8160 UD. Urli4arr"inBiilnlr!orlt J?n: i F.eb- ?i niGUlluiluliDiiii tne wiibiii Madeira, At ens. Constantinople, Palestine, Egypt, Rome, etc, $4o up Norway, Russia upftrst-class, 'including shore excursions, hotels, guides, drives. etc. Program free mention trip. F. C. CLARK., ill iirouaway. si. x. NO SPECIALaHUNT under way Bat If Lincoln Trala Rebbera coate This Way Ther Be Caught. Chief of Police .- Donahue said yester day that no Omaba officer was engaged in the hunt for the Lincoln train robbers any more than they were for all robbers. That Is, they were watching in Omaha, and should men of the description of the robbers come this wsy they would be arrested. "No Omaha officer wgs present at too conference between officers and the Burling ton officials, as stated in the morning papers." said the chief, "Captain Mostyn and Detective Captain Dunn, who were re ported to be in Lincoln assisting tn the search, are up in the sand hills on a hunt ing trip that they had planned several weeks ago." Chief of Police Hoagland was In Omaha Mondsy afternoon for a couple of hours, in conference with Chief Donahue, but, ether than to say that something would likely happen In regard to the train robbers. Chief Donahue had nothing to say of. the visit of the Lincoln officer. ad find a new house rOKTOHH