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TI1E 03IAIIA DAILY r.EE: -MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1902.
1 SPECIAL NOTICES will be taken aalll 13 m. for the ITnlm eflltloa ! aatll "):3( . an. for morals) and Bandar dlloa. ftatea, 1 l-2 ward Seat lasertleat, le word thereafter. Hothlaa; takes) far leas tbaa 2.c for the drat laser tloa. These advertlaeaiea ta aiaat ha eoaaeeatlvely. ttered eherk, eaa kite niwfrl dreaaed to a aaaaberea letter la ear af The Bee. Aaawera ao addreased will be delivered oa areaeatatloa ( tha eheelt oalr. WASTED MALE HELP. HUSTLING deputies wanted; men or women, splendid contract. Tha Garden era. 41a Bee Bldg. B 276 WANTED, a hohlerv and underwear sales man for states of Nebraska and Iowa. box Marlon, Ind. B 14&2 WANTED for V. 8. army, able-bodied un married men between ages of 21 alid 35, cltlxens of United Statea, of good char acter and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For Infor mation ai'Dly to Recruiting Officers, lt;h and Dodge His , Omaha, and pcatotllce building, Lincoln, Neb. t uai GOOD messengers wanted; high salaries. a. d. 1. Co., iu bo. lain Bt. U1IM WANTED, competent stenographer; man familiar with snipping busmeaa preferred. Address L , lice. a aim WANTED, bo; to take care of furnace and cow. . N. 2feth Ave. Uin WANTED, first-class coat, vest and pants makers; steady work, good prices, nac Carthy Tailoring Co., 1.12 Farnam. B 227 COLLECTOR for Nebraska: good salary; single man preferred. Hixenbaugh Co., too W are blk. B Mjw WANTED, 25 carpenters immediately ; new Omaha shops, bioux City. Geo. J. Grant, Contractor. B M72o U WANTED, good harness makers for work on team harness, freinom onuuiri j Fremont, Neb. B Mimi 14 WANTF.n men in learn barber trade; fa diitina offered that saves years; free work, ouallitsd teachers, lectures, demon- atrations; complete ojtrtt of tools given each graduate; wages Saturdays; board nrovuiad: erow nff demand: see our u- fustrated catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber College, liWii Douglas st. B M864 13 MEN WANTED for tha United Btates Nivt' machinists, firemen, coal passers. electricians, shipwrights, seamen, ordi nary seamen, landsmen, apprentices, mess attendants and hospital apprentices; must ba American born citizen or have made legal declaration of intention to become cltlxens. Only men of good character and Dhystuue need apply, lor Information ap- uly In Deron or by letter to Naval Hv. crulting Station, McCague Bldg., corner 16th and Dodge Sts., Omaha, Neb. Open November 10; close November in. iva. B M6 IS WANTED, boy for railroad office work. Address N 50. Bee. B M10H 10 4 MEN We teach the barber trade In the shortest possible time at small expense; xurnisn loois ami buhibuicb iwouiwud, only colleges In the world on the ground floor and where tuitions can be earned while learning; beware of fake catalogues and misleading offers; we have no college In Omaha. W.-lte for particulars. MOLEK 8 BARKER COLLEGES, Dallas, Texas, or Denver, tjoio. a hlvsi u- WANTED, a quick, sober advance agent for Illustrated lectures; must oe capauia of dealing with churches, i.au .. vv. Bailey. Drexel Motel. B M173 10 LJSSMK9I WASTED, rvfHTWHERE. tft sell Lambert Type writer. Monroe & Co., aU N. 16th Ht., Omaha. " WANTED FEMALE HELP, 100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 15th & Dodge. t U k4 GIRL for general housework. 200$ Pierce reet. w otw WANTED, working housekeeper In family of three aauiis. Auare j it, otrc. C 4&1 WANTED, a good girl for general house work: r.o washing. $3.50 per week. 114 I N. 24th SU C-01 WANTED, girl for general housework; aood wages. Mrs. blmeral. 9.6 N. 2mu iva. C-113 WANTED Student nurse at South Omaha nosDiiai. WANTED, experienced saleslady in lace and embroidery department. J. J-., uran- dela & Sons. w WANTED, head dining room girl, wages $.0 per month; alao laundress, wages $15; tickets advanced. J. C. Webb, Valentine, Neb. VJ Mow 1 WANTED Experienced saleslady In lace I and embroidery department. J. I. Hran- deia at Bona. J m.io u- WANTED, experienced walat finisher; also apprentice gins, iw v.upnui " C MRS 10 WANTED, a good girl at the Creche, 19th and Harney C-842 8 FOR REST HOUSES, TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage Co. ; office, 15ilVs Farnam, or Tela. i&a9-ttaj. D 155 VANS and baggage wagona. TeU 1195. D 466 HOUSES In all parts ot city. The O. F. Davla Co., 606 Bee Bldg. U 4M mi n. UTH ST.. South Omaha, a nice 6- room cottaao. William K. Potter, Re ceiver, 3oJ Brown Block. D 5j HAGGARD Van at Storage Co. Tel. 14HC D 4h HOUSES and flat. Ring wait. Barker block. D 460 FOR RENT, one t-room bouse, with gas. water and sewer; Just been placed in first-class repair; in good location. C. M. Bachmann, M-3i faxton diocs. i 1. HOUSES. Q. O. Wallace, Brown Block. D-461 jor RENT, furnished eight-room house. modern, pear High school; will take room and board in exenange ror -rent; rerer- onoea exchanged. Address n , Bee. D 294 DESIRABLE 10-room house, almost new. modern ln every particular, eaat front. full lot, paved street, convenient to street car line. HOWARD KENNEDY BON, Id) First National Bank Building. D 577 ft-ROOM modern, near High school, 1:7.50. a. room house. 16th and Charles. $20 00. Knu. 2644 Cao. Ave. Tel. 673. Koblson. D 811 (EE PAYNE. POSTWICK CO. for choice houses. 601-1 N. Y. Life Bldg. lei loin. D 461 FOR RENT, modern, T-room cottage, near High school. The O. F. Davis Co.. Bee Bldg. D- 10 (-ROOM, modem, good repair, Ave. 'Phone 523. on So. 321 D h3 15M BURT, t rooms, modern, nice lawn. barn. t?l8 N. lth, -room modern. $50 00. JT.20 N. Jtth, 9-room, modern. $.12.00. W. FARNAM SMITH CO.. U30 Farnam bt D 703 A VERT Urge -etory dwelling. 05$ N. 7th avenue, over $0 rooms, suitable for ho ptial, charitable home or rooming house; rent very reasonable, inquire R. C. PETERS & CO. Ground Floor, Bee Building. D-829 FOR RENT 24 ROOMS. 1611 and 1613 Howard Sts.; has just been put in tlrst-clasa repair. Including four new bath rooms; desirable location for small hotel. tlM Der month. GEORGE A CO.. 1601 FARNAM ST. D-MoTI It (-ROOM modern house with hot-air fur nace In aood condition. In desirable resi dent portion of city. InutUra J B Kel- ksuney. 310 Iarbsch Bis. D FOR BEST HOISES. 6-ROOM brick house, furnace, gas. bjth. laundry, strictly first-class; not basement Inn; rent, wo. I'r. P. swartiianner. wi C-ipltol tvt , adjoining. D MS70 11 ACRB Int and small hojse, 4 room, near a.th and Leavenworth 8ta., $8.bo. H'mls, Faxton Block. - d m6 SEVEN-ROOM modern house. 209 No. 22d, $20; newly papered and painted through out; key next" door. Inquire 72ft N. Y. Life. D M8TH 10 A NEW $-room house, lust finished, all modern, electric light and gas. electric bells from all rooms, hard wood finish. 2Sth and Farnam 8ta. Inquire 1524 Dodge St.. fruit store. D M3R3 11 FOR RENT, two nice -room houses, all mooerr., except furnace, nrst-ciass re pair and gor,d neighborhood. US and t'2) iier month. Inquire C. M. Bachmann. 4J6 Jaxton block. D Mi71 LOW rent to responsible tenant, fine 10- rootn house, bath, mantles, grates, rtir- nace, large porches, put in goon repair for t3R 00; long lease to right party. 2320 N. 2M h Ave 6-roora all modern cottage. 3121 Poppleton Ave.. K'6.oo. B-room cottage, 13f5 Faclflc, city water, paved street, $12.00. 4-room cottage, l.'l N. 33d. on car line, f7.on. Large, all mod, house and barn, n:'; so. id ISt.. low rent and long lease ir oesirec. J. H. Sherwood. 937 N. Y. Life. I'hone $. D Mill JO $2S 1005 Park Ave., 8 rooms, modern ex. furnace. $14 4102 Nicholas at., 7 rooms, city water, furnace, stable. $151907 Plnkney. t rooms, modern. $17.60208 8. 41st. 7 rooms, city water, gas. $153323 Manderron, 7 rooms, all modern, furnace. S12 Bi 2631 Pnenoer. 4 rooms, modern. $J5 Capitol ive., 8 rooms, modern, fur nace. $7 4204 Hamilton at., S rooms, city water. We have others. Call and get list. , R. C. PETERS & CO., ' Qround Floor, Bee Bldg. D tf FOR RENT. -room cottage, close in choice neighborhood, cut and cistern wnter, coal shed and all coaTntetices, $22, Inquire at u? N. 19th at. ' D M146 11 ELEGANT 8-room house, all modern Im provements, $& per month; water free. 410 North 23d St. D M149 !! n .1 n V. n . . n .1,1. w,ta, nl.t.rn cellar, large yard, shade trees, to a small family. 6-4 iNortn aim ot. isnia it 2204 MAPLE ST.-8 room, $20. D126 FOR HEST Fl'RSISHED ROOMS. DEWEY European hotel, 13 th and Farnam. Hr-4M $1 PER WEEK 422 8. 18th St., one block south of court house. r. 4bo AETNA HOUSE, Europaan, 13th and Dodge. t, lud FOYAL HOTEL, European, 16th & Chicago. t 4 HANDSOME areamheated room. 1909 Capl E M105 tol Ave. 8TEAMHEATED rooms, $10 per month. Barker hotel, 13th and Jonea Sts. ti M45i DESIRABLE rooms, walking distance; first-class location. 2Z24 Farnam. E MKT7 11' TWO furnished rooms. 810 8. 27th st. E MS34 12 L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 790. E MS50 FOR RENT Handsome, furnished, steam- heated room. 829 8. Win st, E-Mfc&5 10 THE FARNAM, ISth and Farnam Sts. E &I877 ELEGANT furnished rooms In new home; hot water heat; references. 1616 Webster. 1 120 14 FURNI8HED front room for rent, modern conveniences, l.os Davenport Ht.' . 15 10 SOUTH front alcove room, modern. 2&S0 Harney. jmhs io- TWO rooms for light housekeeping, partly furnished. S13H N. 15th St., .nat l. H. ftllbb II' FIRSI9HED ROOMS AND BOARD. MERRIAM, comfortable winter home. Tel 85 r oa FURNISHED rooms, with or without board, rates reasonable. Midland Motel, 16th and Chicago. 4i0 NEATLY furnished, well heated room. 80s 8. 20th. t MS4S lb' FOR REST IKFl'RSISHED ROOMS. 1 OR S unfurnished or furnished rooms. (25 Bo, auth atreet. u msu iv TWO rooms over 2803 Dodge. $5 month woman can pay rent in work. Apply Bo. - 17th. u-Mia 10 FOR REST STORES AND OFFICES. FOR RENT, store. In first-class location rent reasons Die. Appiy rv. reters i Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1266 FOR RENT, the building formerly oocu pled by The Bea at 916 Farnam bt. it has four stories and a basement which wss formerly used as Tha Bee press room. This will be rented very reaaonably. If Interested, apply at office to C. C. Rose water secretary, room 100, Bea building. 1-261 SECOND-HAND Remington typewriter. U. I p. headquarters, telegraph department. M146 16 AGENTS WANTED. WANTED, convasslng agents In every county to solicit suoscripnons to ins TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. Steady employment, with assured good In come. Agents ln the country with horse and buggy especially desired. Canvassers make easily $60 to $100 per month. Ad dreaa. Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau, Bee building. Omaha. 218 1,000 AGENTS WANTED to sell desirable Old-Hue insurmnca lur lui wifm wiu- pany ln the world of Its age; no special contract fakirs or leg pullers need apply. We sell the best contract ever written; good territory and commissions given to Siod, reliable men.. Call on or write to eorge J. Crane, Superintendent Westsrn Department, 31 First Nat l Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Neb. J-M121 D20 HIGH GRADE AGENT WANTED We want a first-class man In each county to aell our standard uiock f ood to larm era. He must have a good team, good business ability, aoms knowledge of live stock, be in good standing In every way and a ateady worker. A permanent, good Saying business to tha right man. Ad ress, giving age, experience, present THE F. id. SANBORN COMPANY, Omaha, Neb. j u isu OUTFIT free, credit given: cut price Xraaa books: oc tmux. l-'-M"; si oook, jdc; iiw book, 50c. Ferguson, 4 Fifth. Cincin nati. J-M927-Ui WANTED, manufacturer's agent or sales man for part of the state ot Missouri as well aa the states of Kansas and Ne braska, to handle a line or goods In use and endorsed by i per cent or the manu facturing Interests in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. Btata refer- ences and address. Hank, Corner Saw. tell and Woodland Avea, Cleveland, Ohio. J MM1 16 WANTED TO RENT. WANTED, two nicely furnished rooms with boa:d lor a family of tbrei (adultai. Must be within six blocks of city ball. Address, slating price, N 49, care Bee. K-11? 11 STORAGE. OM. Van Stor. Co.. ttll1 Farn. Tela. 1559-8U. J3 WAN I ED TO tH- t. SECONDHAND hand lire engine wanted at ones. C. t. tiariow. Locaiur, neo. N-M2S7 N WANTED to buy, a stock af dry goods or a general atock. Address ti 33. B-. N M717 16 WANTED to buy, old lumber. 8. T. Camp bell. U!ack-li2s. m w l- FOR SALE FIKNITIHE. CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. TeL JulOi New sad secondhand, bought, sold. XCtUUUMO. FOR BALK HORSES, WAGOSS, ETC NEW and second-hand vehicle for slel cheap. H. Frost, 14th and Leavenworth. 1' i FOR SALE MICF.l.LAK.Ot S. FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib bing, combination iuers. 8ul Douglas. J-M4 3 FOR 8 ALE. phonographs, superior to any other musical Instrument, o up. ins Wlttmann Co., 16-1 Farnam. Q 474 EDISON phonographs, 1 10, CO and $30; nr wheels, $15 up; Jutland. $3 up. Omaha uicycie co., ittn ana unicago bis. Q-475 M 8TYLE9 trusses; catalogue free. Sher man MrConnell Drug Co., loth and Douge, Omaha. i 477 FOR BALE, a pair of (Imported Mexican nairiess aogs. Address iv t. Bee. Q-?D17 NEW and secondhand typewriters. Illy farnam. w 4.0 INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam. Q 479 2DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam. U 4s CHOICE milch cows, 5 Shetland pontes. 8. i . campbeu, vus center, 'fnone t acK 112S. 4J-784 N15 BECOND-HAND billlar and pool tables; billiard tables rvpair'4; a large atock ot cheap" bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc. The Brunswick Balke Collender Co.. 47-9 8. 10th. Q X15SJ 30 CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass St. s 4 Si MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist. 315 S. 16. 4il ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. MME. SMITH, baths, US N. 15, 2d floor, R. 2. i' S3J Uj MME. AMES, vapor baths. iZi N. 15th, R. 7. i MlSV 19 GRACE O BRYAN of Ky., 720 South 13th. 1 iiu 10- PERSONAL. DR. ROY. chlroDOdlst: corns and superflu ous hair removed ny electricity, it. u. Premier block. L 8S1 VIAVI. Woman's way to health. Home treatment. Booklet iree. iHti Bee Biag., Omaha. u 4iU GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale and retail. Collins riano co., los uougias. 4J M PRIVATE sanitarium for ladies before and during confinement, ur. ana bits. Gerlscb, 4u3 N. 15th St.. Omaha. U ll4 RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no detention from business, send ror Doomei, etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE CO.. 832 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha. C 4S5 DR. B. M. JACK80N. specialist in chronic diseases. 1606 Farnam Hi. consultation free. U-43 ELITE PARLORS. 615 S. 16th St., 2d floor. U 2Hi 113 . .. ,j, r H MMU. BMIIH. cams, . . u nn. PRIVATE hospital before and during con finement; babies ooaraea ana aaopiea. Mrs. Gardels. 2234 Lake. Tel. red li4. I' 488 PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and during confinement; best medical atten tion: tables adopted. 2702 B. 18th st. Mrs. Fisher. Tel. F-2269. U-M162 22 PRIVATE hospital before and during con finement: first-class In every respect; babies adopted. Dr. L. L. Miller, 2504 Blqndo St. 'Phone F-1162. U M429 N28 nAROAINS. entire stock diamonds, watch. es. jewelry. In pawn at mortgaged, half price. Diamond Loan office, Hth t Douglas WE RENT sewing machines at 75o per week. We repair and sell parts for any machine manufactured. NERRASKA CYCLE CO.. 'Phone 1663. Corner 15th and Harney Sts. ku Hrnsriwav. Council Bluffs. 'Phone B-tlS. 612 North 24th St., So. Omaha. 'Phone 4365. II 26 D 1 TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. messengers. U M851 HEADQUARTERS for Edison phono graphs and Victor talking machines and records. Nebraska Cycle Co., Cor. 15th and Harney Sis. Vm 14 INFORMATION Is wanted of the where abouts of Josef Kresser, a brother of Alois Kresser. deceased. late of Pierce county, Neb. A sum of money awaits him when found and properly Identified. Ad dress J. A. Williams, County Judge, Pierce. Neb. u Mioil u MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE. 44 PER CENT on business property. S per cent on residence property. Options to pay whole or part any time. W. B. iUCIKLE. 4ol S. 1TH BT. W 459 MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real estate. Brennan-uove CO., jo a. inn. W-490 i TO 6 P. C. Money. Bemls, Paxton Blk. W 491 FARM Aid city loans, low rates. W. H. Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 16IH. 1 W 493 FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1604 Farnam. in PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas. W 14 WANTED, city loans and warrants. W. Farnam smith Co., ism r amain street. W 45)0 WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds and warrants, ti. t,'. reters k Co., Farnam St., Bea Bldg. W 45 WANTED. $5,000 loan on flrst-claas real es tate security. Inquire Bllxt & Lovgren, room 436-7 faxton block. w M126 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. MONEY WHEN you And It necessary to borrow give us a tnai, alter wmcn we win, by fair treatment, attempt to retain your patronage. We loan from $10 up on fur niture, pianos, live stock, etc. Wa a .so make loans to SALARIED PEOPLE without mortgage or endorser. We do not deduct Interest ln advance; wa charge nothing for making or tiling papera and our aervlce Is quick and confidential. Wa alwaya try to piaae our patrons. OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. 119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2236. (Established 1W2.) 306 South 16th St. X 499 $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$!$) DO TOU NEED MONEY? MONEY TO LOAN $ ON $ FURNITURE AND 8ALARIES. 1 " to $5y0 loa.ied on FURNITURE. $ riANOS, ETC., and to salaried people at very lowest raws aim lur any lengm of time, without publicity or removing the property. Payments can be maoe to suit your convenience. Call and get our terms befora going elsewnere. RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY, Room 3oI, ThLd Fioor, Paxton Block. i$$$$$$$t $$$!$$$ $$$$$$$$ $$$$$ A BJV BORROW MONEY WHERE you tan get it on FURNITURE, riAnuD nunana, auu.s, COWS, ETC.; also on SALARIES. WHERE you get It on short notice and without publicity. WHERE you pay for only the time money Is In use. WHERE you can return it on easy weekly cr mommy payments. WHERE you get the lowest rates. WHERE can sou do better? PHOENIX. CREDIT CO.. 63$ Paxton Bik. 16th and Farnam Bti. LARGEST BUSINESS IN IXANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE, merchanta. team. sters, boarding houses, etc.. without se- curtty; eaalent terms; V) omcre la prin cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade Bldg. X 4! MONEY loaned on piano, furniture, tew- .ire r rtjwa, etc tleed. 319 s. 13. A. toi MOKY TO I.OAS-CHATTEL. MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried people; DUMnem comwentiai; lowest rates bit Faxton block. The J. A. llutton Co. X 497 MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock. Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Ixian Co., Sue. to Duff Green. Barker block. X fi3 BilESS CHASCF.a. WHEN you want to buy, sell ot exchange ronr misine? or property quick see J. I. Johnson. S43 N. Y. Life. Y-M.V WANT ti buy, sen or trade a business? 417 to 419 Y 933 Go see Wilson, Warnes & Co. Faxton block. FOR SALE, lnaursnce, land and rental business, paying $1,600 to $2.nno per year; rice town, northeast Nebraska; good of fice and residence. Address M 67, Bee y 25j GREATEST gold deposits ever seen; 6,000 acres, including mountains or gold ore, timber, coal, silver, water power, fruit lands: healthy climate, town sites; stock i5c per share, par value $1, fully paid and non-assessable; next block 9c; will go to many times par; we guarantee safety and prom: dividend quarterly; write lor prospectus and list of 6") shareholders who Inspected properties, to Aiiuon weorge, financial agent. Eagle Mining and Im provement Co. of New Mexico, 314 Tacoma bldg., Chicago, III. Y-MS6S 10 TO GET In or out of business call on Wil liams, Room 411, McCague building. Y 604 FURNITURE $4,000 clean stock, good bust- ness. Neb. town: consider good eastern Neb. land; submit offer. J. H. Johnson, n. i . Lire. x 128 10 FOR SALE One of the oldest and best groceries In city: can be handled with limited fjnds. Parker, Shaw Co., 518 So. 16th St. Y-M150 11 $350.00 BUYS six well established magazine routes, paying ju.w a weea. Aooress r as. Bee. I mi J? li HOTEL, furniture 60 rooms, modern, fine location In city; price reasonable. J. 11. Johnson, N. Y. Life. YM130 10 WANTED, on or before Jsnusry 1, partner with .,ouo capital, in estaonsned lobbing business. Address N 67, Bee. i Ml.4 14' FOR EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE Inside property renting for M per month, 'lacoma, Washington, for Improved Nebraska land. Address, C. rv. Ebert, Court House, Tacoma, Washington. Z m 17 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR BALE, near Gretna, 40 acres, $1,800; BO acres, $3,300. Address, N M, Bee. tiiu Maia io WELL built S-r house, on fine lot and beau tiful location. Inquire Mil Vinton. HOUSES and lots ln all parts of city; also aore property and farm lands, ine u. t. Davis Co., P.oom 552. Bea Bldg. RE 610 A 10 NET INVESTMENT IN THE BUSINESS CENTER. Three-story substantial brick building. Nos. 1611-1613-1615 Howard St., 3 good base ment rooms, 3 good storerooms, 6 fiats ln 2d and 3d stories, modern and In first-class condition, containing altogether ax rooms. Building originally cost over $30,000.00 and i5.ooo.oo has been spent within past 120 days Dermanent and substantial lmprovementa. me owner or ine ouiming nuias a lease on the lot, which Is 60x132 feet ln size, which lease has lu years to run irom Marcn l. 1902. The Income from the building, ac cording to 3-year leases made on the nrfnclpal part, with responsible tenants. Der vear is $4,050.00 The fixed carrying charges, including amount paid on leasenoio, taxes, insurance and water rent, per year are i.sw.uu Leaving net income per year $2,750.00 PRICE $25.000.00 $10,000.00 In good Omaha or South Omaha clear real estate or farm land will be accepted in part payment, bal- nce. on terms to be arranged. 120.000.00 for the 2-story modern brick houses, 9 rooms eacn, corner lot b6xl32 feet. 4 blocks from poatomce. - uross rental, $3,. S20 oo oer year. $33,000.00 for the 4-story and basement brick block, im-iinvi jiarney st. GEORGE AND COMPANY, 1J1 Farnam St. f U1ie 11 BARGAIN " -In BUSINESS PROPERTY On NORTH SIXTEENTH STREET. Only few blocks from postofilce. BEST VACANT PROPERTY on North Sixteenth. WALLACE, BROWN BLOCK. RE 810 WILLIAM C. CHISSELL no longer repre sents In any capacity the George y. Uerms Real Estate Co. George f. uemis, free. KK-.Mf57 GREAT BARGAIN. 8-ROOM HOUSE near 17th and Charles st. at a great bargain; make us an oner. Bemls, Paxton block. KB-MS. FOR SALE. $1.650 Two 6-room cottages, 3214 and 3216 Charles St.. newiy paintea snu repaired. tl.850 4-r cottage. 2531 S. 11th. lot 60x101. 81JtiO-6-room cottage. 1903 S. 19! h. lot 60x140. $2.500 9-room modern house, 2628 Charles bt. $2.200 8-room modern house, 1929 S. 34th st. X2.200 -r. modern house, barn. $314 Francis. $3,0u0 3 nouses s ano rooms, u. IMt vJjVI AM A KCAL 1 I LU., 1301 DOUGLAS ST. RE M547 K2 SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO. for choice bargains. 601 N. Y. Lite Bldg. Tel. 1016. RE-508 FOR BALE. 20 acre of land, good rich fertile soli. 4 miles from Council Bluffs two-room house and well, small stable on it. Price, $1,800, half cash, balance on time tc suit purchasers. L. H. Keanles, Coun cil Bluffs, la., ti. F. L. imo. x. RE 633 14 DO YOU WANT TO SELL A FARM? It you want to sell farm or ranch, tell the farmers and stockralsers about JL Tha mm way to reach them Is through THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. This agricultural weekly goes to 15,000 homes of farmers cod stockralsers, so If you have a good piece of land to sell at reasonable price you ought to And a buyer among them. Tha cost ot an ad is small t cents per word. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER U.MAfiA, Ntb. RE 04 RANCH and farm lands for sale by the Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A. McAlleater, land commissioner. Union Pa cific Headquarters, omana, xseb. RE 504 U11 ! lAMON CHARLE8 E.. 120$ II $ aw aw a w s Farnam street. RE 509 HARRISON it MORTON. FARMS. I RE 828 N17 KELSEY'8. wall paper. 17th and Douglas. rnone tujs. Kt-,J ACREAGE. ACREAGE ACREAGE. LSTES SUBDIVISION. This beautiful suburban acreage property w s.iuaieu aionK ine uouirvaru anu iiene vue road one mile south of the city limits of Pouth Omaha. Slfhtly and picturesque. We are now off, ring 10 ar.d fr'-acre tracts in this addition on very reasonable terms. U.NULU REAL ESTATE AGENCY, South Omaha. RE-7S2 8 MEDICAL. MEN Cure yourselves at home: absolutely sure; circular iree. nescaiano Medicine (Jo., Tama, la. M J7 1J SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. GREGG 8. H.. Touch T. W.. Bus. Branches Tehg. Cat free. Gin. Cum. Col., 17 at Doug. Hi I A. C. VAN BANT 8 school. 717 N Y. L!fa. 513 BOYLES college court reporter principal IV l. ui. ill NEB. Business ft Shorthand College, Boyd's neater. aia 0TE4PATHY. G1D E. ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths. Suite 515, N. Y. Life BUlg. Tel. 16S4. -91$ Mrs. Oraco Tlsdale Deegsn, 538 Bee Bldg. Tel. 29. Ml I)REMAKI4i IN FAMILIES. Miss Pturdy. rv Harney. I M704 N14 i FARMS F4R nEST, FARM FOR RENT. 262 acres, quarter of a .nlle from Ln Platte, Neb.; two sets of good buildings. Address Geo. M. Reed, Grangevlllc, Idaho, or pe K. E. Keed, or F. J. Fltxgerald, South Omaha, Neb. -7 17 M ASt FACTI RISO. P. MELCHOlR, ehinist 13th and Howard, ma- 516 OMAHA Safe and Iron Wka. makes a spe cialty of fire escapes, Fhutters, doors and safes. G. Andreen, Prop., WZ Bo. 10th St. -517 LAW ASD COLLECTIONS. 8TILLMAN & PRICE, 23 U. 8. N'l Bk. Fid. Wo NEB. COLLECTION CO., 106 N. Y. Ufa, 736 Decl CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing promptly attended to. T. Ochiltree, 201 h and Lake streets. 4,0 TICKET BROKERS. CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere. P. H. Phllbln, 1506 Farnam. 'Phone 74. 91'3 GARBAGE. ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO. cleans cesspools and vaults, remove garbage and dead animals at reduced prices. U1 N. 16th. Tel. l,,. His FIR DRESSING. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 8. 13th. !Ml PAWNBROKERS. EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas. DETECTIVE AGENCY. CAPT. THOS. CORMICK. private detec tive, 617 w a roach block. Tel. A-ava. Mi 3d 13 TRINKS AND BAGGAGE. TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717. 506 S. 16th. THE DEPOT on time. L. M. E. Tel. 780. MS49 SIDEWALK BRICK. OMAHA Hydraulic Press Brick Co., 216 New York Lile. 'Phone 910. AO us ELECTRICAL REPAIRING. GRAND Electric Co., 16 & Jackson. Tel. 281$. SOl THOS. DURK1N. electric light wiring. Tel. 244. 13 Da EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc. ii. K. Katnbun, Room 15, Com i Nat i bank. STAMMERING AND STITTERING. CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg. ma TYPEWRITERS. WHY pay more? Lambert, $25; superior to liuu macrunes. ecut on approval. ionroa ac Co., n jm. lbtn St., umana, 44 HORSES WINTERED. WANTED, horses to winter. 4213 Center St. Tel. Black-1123. 846 ! TAILORING. LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re modeled, joe xousen, nil f arnam St. M930 FOUND. MONEY FOUND, October 2, ln the train from Sioux City at Omaha; the person describing the property can get the same by paying lor this ad. H. Ooersb, Hurt- nan. Am. ( ouna-asw ut PRINTING. WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Linotype Composition. 611 8. 13th. WJl STOVES REFLATED. GOLD, silver and nickel plating. Omaha fcU Plating Co., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2o3a. BALE TIES. OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co., 811 North 161 h. 9.16 . LAIN DRY. OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars. rc; cutis, sc. lioo Leaven worm. lei. A-ivoa. 9)4 HATS RENOVATED. HATS dyed, blocked, latest styles. Ramser & Kerr, 307 N. litn, near Capitol Ave. 743 N13 FLORISTS. BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender son. Tel. LoS, 1518 Farnam St., Omaha. 929 AUTOMOBILES. ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Derlght, 1118 Farnam street. hjz POSTOFFICE NOTICE. (Should be read DAILY by all Interested. as changes may occur at any time.) Foreign mans tor tne weeg ending No vember 8, IWi. will close (PROMPTLY lu all casej) at the general postottice as fol lows: I'Ayt-f.LB rust mails close one hour earlier than closing lime shown be. low. Parcels Pot mails for German close at e p. m. vteanesuay per s. s. Bremen. Regular and supplementary malls close at foreign station nan nour later than clos ing time shown below (except that supple mentary inai.s tor r-urope and central America, via Colcu, close one hour later at foreign stalior. Traasatlaatla Malls. MONDAY At 11:30 p. m. foi AZORE8 ISLANDS, per a. a. Cambromann, from Boston. TrmluV-ll (-AO m for ITALY HlraAt per a. a. l.lKuna (mall must be dliected "i.er a. l.leuria I. WEDNESDAY At 6 30 a. m. for EUROPE. per s. s. bt. Louis, via Southampton (mall for Ireland must be directed "per s. a. St. Louis"); at 8:3o a. m. (supplementary 10 a. m ) tor tLnurt, per a. s. teutonic, via Uueenstown. THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE, BWrUtKL.4.U, HALT. pr-Ai.-N. rtJIl- Tl'OAL. TURKEY. EGYPT- GREECE. BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR QUEZ, per a. a. La Lorraine, via Havre (mail for other parte of Europe must be directed '"per a. s. La Lorraine"). SATURDAY At 7 a. m. for NETHER LANDS direct, per s. a. Staatendam (mail must be directed "per s. s. Staatendam '); at a. m. tor uliairii airect, per s. s. Frlesland (mull must be directed "per n Frleland"l; at 30 a. m. for ITALY direct, per s. s. Augusta Victoria (mail must be directed "per s. a. Augusta Vic toria"); at 10:30 a. m. (supplementary 12 m.) for EUROPE, per a. a. Umbrla. via Qurenstown; at 12:30 p. m. for SCOT LAND direct, per a. a. Columbia (mall must be directed per s. s. Columbia PRINTED MATTER, ETC.-Thls steamer POSTOFFICE XOTKK. lakes printed matter, commerclnl papers and samples for Gertrsny crt'v. The sumo clafs of mall mitirr for order parts of Europe will not be sent bv this ship un less neclall) directed by It. After the closing of the supplementary transatlantic m.uls named above, addi tional supplementary malls are opened on the piers of the American, English, French and German steamers, an I rmaln i.pen until within ten minutes of the hour of sailing of steamer. Mails for Snath aad Central America, West ladles. Etc. MONDAY At 12 m. for BARBADOS and NORTHERN BRAZIL, per s. s. Horatio, Yin. Pnra. anil Klaiian, TUESDAY At 7 a. m. for NEWFOUND LAND direct, per s. s. Silvia; at 9 30 h. m. (supplementary 10:10 a. m.) for CI..V1RA1, AMERICA (except Costa Rica) and SOUTH PAC1KIC l't.KTS. per . s. Finance, via Colon (letter mail for Guate mala must be directed "per s s. Finance"); at 12:' p. m. (supplementary 1 :;! p. m.) for I.KEWAHD and WINDWARD ISLANDS, BRITISH. DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per s. s. Carlbbee (mail for Grenada and Trinidad must be directed "per s. s. Carlbee' i; at 6:3" p. m. for JAMAICA, per a. s. Admiral Farrn- gut from Ronton WEDNESDA Y At 12 m. for YUCATAN, )er s. s. rjomo (mnll must be directed per s. s. Tjomo"); at 12 : p. m. (supple mentnry 1 p. m i for TURKS ISLAND and DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, per s. e. Cherokee; at 11:3 p. m. for JAMAICA, per s. s. Admiral Schlev from PhlladelnhlH. THURSDAY At 8 a m. for CURA. YUCA TAN, CAMPECHE, TABASCO and CHIAPAS, per s. s. Monterey (mall for other parts of Mexico mutt be directed "per s. s. Monterey"): at 12 m. for GUAN TANAMO and SANTIAGO, per s. s. San tiago de Cuba; at 7 p. m. for NEW FOUNDLAND, per s. s. Corcan, from Philadelphia. FRI DAY At 12 m. for MEXICO, per s. a. Niagara, via Tamnlco (mall must be directed "per s. s. Niagara"); at 6.30 p.m. for BERMUDA, per steamer from Hall fax. SATURDAY At 4 a. m. for PERNAM- BUCO. SANTOS and SAO PAUIX), per a. 8. Syracusa (mall for other parts of Braxll must be directed "per 8. s. Syra cusa'); at 9 a. m (supplementary ;.10 a. m.) for PORTO RICO. CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per a. s. Caracas (mall for Savaniila and Cartagena must be di rected "per s. s. Caracas"); at :."0 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA, 8AVANILLA and CARTAGENA, per s. s. Altai (mail for Costa Rica must be directed "per s. s. Altai"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for HAITI, per s. s. Athos- at 10 a. m. for (.1 BA. per s. s. Morro Castle. via Havana; at 10 a. m. for GRENADA nnd TRINIDAD, per a. 8. Grenada; at 12:30 p. m. for CUBA, per 8. s. Oiinda, via Matanzaa (ordinary mail only, which must be directed "per s. s. minds") ; at 12:30 p. m. (supplementary 1:30 p. m for LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS, BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per s. s. Korona. Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at this office dally at 8:30 p. m. (connecting close here every Monday. Wednesday and Saturday). Malls for Mlquelon, by rail to Boston, and thence by ateamer. close at this offlca dally at 6:3" p. m. Mails for Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and thence by steamer, close at this office dally, except Thursday, at 5:30 a. m. (the connecting dotes are made on Mondavs, Wednesdays and Saturdays). Mails tor Mexico City, overland, unless specially addressed for dispatch by steamer, close at this office dally. ecept Sunday, at 1.30 p. m and 11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1 p. m. and 11:30 p. m. Mails for Costa Rica, Belli?, Puerto Cortex and letter mail for Guatemala, by rail to New Or leans, and thence by steamer, close at this office dally, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. m. and IM p. m., Sundays at 1 p. m. and llO p. m. (connecting closes here Mondays st 11:30 p. m. for Be'lxe. Puerto Cortex and letter mall for Guatemala, and Tuesdays at 11:S0 p. m. for Costa Rica). Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous day. Traasparlflc Malls. Malls for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close here dally at C:20 D. m. up to November "10, Inclusive; for dispatch per s. s. Ala meda. Malls for Hawaii, China. Jpan and Philip pine islands, via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November "10, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Gaelic. Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to No vember "12th, inclusive, for dispatch per s. s Shinano Maru. (Registered mail must be directed "via 8eattlo"). Malls for China and Japan, via Tacoma, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to No vember "14, inclusive, for dispatch per j. a. Victoria. Malls for Hawaii, Japan, China and spe cially addressed matter for the Philip pine Islands, via San Francisco, close nere dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November "20th, Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s. Hong Kong Maru. Malls for Australia (except West Australia, which Is forwarded via Europe) New Zea. land, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. after November " and up to November 22, Inclusive, foi dispatch per s. a. Ven tura. (If the Cunard steamer carrying the British mall for New Zealand does not arrive ln time to connect with this dispatch, extra malls closing at 5:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. in.; Sundays at 4 30 a. m., 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. will be made up and forwarded until the arrival of the Cunard steamer.) Malls for China an' japan, via Van couver and Victoria, B.C.. close here dally at 6-30 d. m. ud to November "25. Inclu sive, for dispatch per s. s. Empress of China (registered mail must be specially addressed. Merchandise for U. 8. Agency at Shanghai cannot bt forwarded via Canada). Malls for the Philippine Islands, via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:jo p. m. up to November "26, Inclusive, for dis patch per U. 8. Transport. Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands, via San Francisco, close nere daily at 6:30 p. m. up to December "1, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Mariposa. Malls for Australia (except West Aus tralia, which goes via Europe, and New Zealand, which goes via San Francisco), and Fill Islands, via Vancouver and Vic toria, B. C, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. after November "22 and up to December "6, inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Aorangl. Transpacific mails are forwarded to port of sailing oany and tne scneduie or closing is arranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. "Regis tered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous day. CORNELIUS VAN COTT, Postmaster. Postofilce. New York, N. Y Nov. 7, 1902. IAILWAY TIME TABLE. CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND A Pacific Railroad "The Great Rock Island Route" City Ticket Office. 1323 Farnam street, -jeiepnone 428. Depot, Tenth and Marcv stroma feiepnone t ieave. Arrive. EAST. Chicago Daylight Ltd.. a 5:00 sm a H-4R m Chicago Dayilght Local.. a 7:f am a 9:35 nm v,uitau .Aiesa un.io ant a o:ud pm Ilea Moines express. .. .a 4:30 pm bll:50 am Chicago Fast Express. .a 6:35 pm a 1:25 pm WEST Rocky Mountain Ltd. ..a 6:50 am a 4:50 am lincuin, t,uiurnuo Dp gs. uenver, rutoio and West a 1:30 nm a R no Colorado, Oklahoma & Texas r yei . a 6:20 pm al2:40 pm ( aVUtt. ay aWBAljr BAtVUl OUIlUty. UNION PACIFIC-'THE Overland Route" General Of fices. N. E. Corner Ninth end Jar nam Streets. City Tick-t viiivc, i-ut rarnam bt. Tela unone ojo. uepot. Tenth and iut.y on. leiepnone 6-'9. Leave. Amvm The Overland Limited.. a 9:40 am a 7:3u pm The Chicago-Portland Special a 9:40 am a 7:30 m The Fast Mall a SM am i -, The Mall and Express. .all :30 am a 3:40 am Tha 1 'oloraiio Soecial...a ?:lu am u o-n Lincoln. Beatrice and Stromshurg Express. ..b 4:0n pm bl2:36 nm The Pacific Express. ...a 4.25 Dm v The Atlantic Express.... a t-m Grand island Local t 6:30 pm b 9 3a am a 4aii. v ianj vALcjit ounuuy. VG2- MILWAUKEE 8t. Paul Hallway-City c.. xc.rpiiune M UpOt, Tenth and Mason Strtets Telephone SAUIV Mm Chicago Ac Omaha Ex..b 7:40 am h J 40 pm Chicago Limited Ex. ...a :u) pm a 7. JO am a Dally, b uany except B inday. WABASH RAILROAD Tic ket Office. 1U01 Farnam Street. Telephone $22. D pot, Tenth and Marcy Sts. Telephone 629. Leave. Arrive. St. Loula Express a 6:56 pm a :2u am St. Louis lx.c-il (from Council Bluff.) a 9 u am al0:30pra a Daily. t3T PA UJ I lllLWAY TIMK CARD Ceiallaaeal. FREMONT. ELKHORN Mixsourl Valley Railroad "The Northwestern Line'' General Offkcea, United States National Bank Building. S. W. Corner Twelfth and Far. nam Sts. Tltket Office, 14'il Farnam St. Telephone 61. Depot, 15th and Wtbster Sts. Telephone 14.'. Ix-ave. Arrive. Pluck Hills. Deadaood. Hot Springs a $.00 pm a $:00 pm Wyoming, Casper and Douglas d 8:00 pm S 6:00 pro Hastings. York, David City, Superior, Geneva, Exeter and reward b 8:00 pm b $:M pm Norfolk. Verdlgre and Fremont b";30am blO:25 am Lincoln Wahoo and Fremont b 7:3 am bl0:28 am Fremont Local c 7:S0 am a Dally. B Dally except Sunday, c Sun day only. d Daily except Saturday. Dally except Monday. CHICAGO NORTH western Railway "Th Northwestern Line" City Ticket Office, 1401 Farnam SW Telephone M. Depot, Tenth and Marcy Streets. Tele phone R29. Leave. Arrive. Fast Om9hf-Chlcago...a 5:00 am all.IO pm Local Carroll-Omaha. ..o 4:00 pm a 9:50 am 1ocal Chicago-Omaha. .al0:55 am a 6:10 put Fut Omaha-Chicago. ..a 4:55 pm a 4:16 pm Fast Mall n 8:00 pm a 2:45 pm Omaha-Chicago .'''d. . .a 8:10 pm a 9 20 am Fast St. Pau. a 7:55 pm a 8:16 am Fast Mall a 7.50 pm a 8:30 am Cedar Rapids Passenger a 6:30 pm Local Sioux Clt b 4:00 pm b 9:50 am a Daily, b Daily except Sunday. CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, Minneapolis A Omaha Railway "The North western Line" General Offices, Nebraska Divi sion, 15th and Webster Sts. City Ticket Offloe. 1401 Farn arr St. Telephone 51. Depot. 16th and Webster Sts. Telephone 14M. Leave. Arrive. Twin City Passenger.... 6:30 am a 9:10 pm Sioux City Passengcr..."i 2:00 pm all K am Emerson Local b 5:30 pm b 8:30 am a Dally, b Dally except Sunday. BURLINGTON MIS tow River Railroad "Tne Burlington Route" Gen eral ottlces. Northwest Cor ner Tenth and Karnam mn.i. Ticket Office. 1501 - j JJ Famam Street. Telephone, Burling tJ, Station. Tenth and Mason 0 ... Streets. Telephone 128. Leave. Arrive, LMcCookH.".Un. 7:15 m Lincoln. Denver Colo- rado. Utah, California.. 4 pm Alliance Express. ; "? Lincoln & Black Hills. .all. 0 pm Montana. Puget Sound-all. 0 pm Lincoln Fast Mall .b 3.10 pm a 8:10 pm a 8:10 pm a 6:45 am a 6:45 am a 9:17 am 1 1ncoTn : "1:55 sm Denver. Colorado, Utah and California.......... a ara Fort Crook. South Bend, . ., Louisville. Plattsm th.b 8:20 pm bll:05 am Bellevue, Plattsmoutb 4i iianin Junction a 7:50 pm a $:27 am Bellevue, plattsmouth & Pacific Junction a $:00 am a Dally, b Dally except Sunday. CHICAGO. BURLINGTON & Quincy Railway "Too Burlington Route" Ticket Office, 1502 Farnam Street. Telephone 250. Depot, Tenth and Mason Streets. Telephone 128. Leave. Arrive. Daylight Chicago Spe cial a 7:00 am all:00 pm Chicago Vestibuled Ex..h 4:00 pm a 7:30 am . Chlcngo Local Express. a 9:30 am a 4:05 pm Chicago Limited a 8:06 pm Fast Mali a 2:46 pm a Dally. KANSAB CITY, ST. Jo seph & Council Bluffs Railroad "The Burlington . Route" Ticket Office. 1603 ' Farnam Street, Telephone 260. Depot, Tenth and Mason Streets. Telephone 128. Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 8:20 am a 6:06 pm Kansas City Night Ex..al0:3tf pm a 60S am Bt. LOuis iyer, for Bt. josepn ana st. Louis. .a 5:10 pm a 11:15 ara a Dally. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Railroad City Ticket Of fice, 1402 Farnam Street. Telephone, 246. Depot, Tenth and Marcy Sts. Leave. Arrive. Chicago Express Chicago Limited ..a 7:35 am a 6:10 pm ..a 7.50 pm a 8:06 am Sl0:35 nm Fast Alan Vinneapolis A St. Paul Expreaa b 7:3$ am blO M pm Minneapolis & St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm a 8:06 am Fort Dodge Local from Council Bluffs b 4:60 pm al0:0O am Fort Dodge Local from Council Bluffs a 6:00 am a Dally, b Dally except Sunday. MISSOURI PACIFIC RAIL rjad General Offices and Ticket Offices, Southeast Corner 14th and Douglas Sts. Telephone 104. Depot, Union Station. 'ritf Leave. Arrive. St. Louis and Kansas City Express a!0:00 am a 6:25 nm K. C. St. L. Express.. .al0:50 nm a 6:16 am Leave from 15tn and v ebster Streets: Nebraska Local, via Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:46 am a Dally, b Dally except 8undav. Wbea Writinir to Adrcrtlsm Always Meailoa The Bee Seasonable Fashions. 4274 Girl's Russian Dress. 4 to 12 yrs. Girl's Russian Dress, 4274 Russian dresses are always becoming to childish figures, ln addition to which they are In thn height of style. This very smart ex ample suits many materials, but In tha original is of dark blue cheviot, with pip ings of silk stitched with silk and handsonv enameled buttons. The dress Is cut with full length front and a back that Is separate from the skirt, both being gathered and Joined at tha waist line. The sleeves ara ln bishop style with straight narrow cuffs and the neck Is finished with a standing collar that closes at the shoulder. The right front laps well over the left, In double breasted style, where It Is hell try buttons and button holes, and at the waist Is worn a halt that is closed Invisibly at the left side. Tha quantity of material required for the medium size Is 114 yards 21 Inches wide, 4Vi yards 27 inches wide, 2Vi yards 44 Inches wide or 24 yards 62 Inches wide. The pattern 427 Is cut In sizes for girls of 4, (. . 10 and 12 yard of age. For the accommodation ot Tb Be read era, these patterns, which usually retail at from 25 to 50 cents, will be furnished at a nominal price, 10 cents, which covers all expenaa. In order to get a pattern enclose 10 cents, give number and nam of patter wanted and bust measure. Bp 'SI B- 1 lip