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THE OMAHA DAILY IIKE: THUKRDAY, XOVEMHEll 20, 1902.
SPECIAL NOTICES erlll he take til 19 to. for the evening; edition an (II HO p. an. far morales; and l4ar edition. Rates, 1 l-2e a irnrl flrat Insertion, le a word thereafter. Nothing takes fat lees than SO far tka drat laser tlaa. Tare trlliaiU most -raa eonseeatl vely. Advertisers, by reqeestlaa na tiered rknk, eon have ad dressed to a amber letter la earo f Tka Bee. Answers addressed will be delivered rMiaUllu tka akeak only. SITUATION. S WASTED. TRAVELING salesman wants position with Implement. buggy or windmill firm; en pert In repairing Implement and wind mills; good reference. Address N 27. Hee. A-M249 27 WASTED MALE. H E LP. 1IU8TLINQ deputies wanted; men or women; splendid contraul. Tba Oarden era, 4 la Bee Biug. B 275 WANTKI. far IT. fl. Armv. able-bodied un married men between ages of !U and 35, cl liens of United (Hates, or gooa ennr- acter and temperate habits, who can speak, read ana write English. For In formation . anoly to Kecruitlng Otllcera, lnth and Dotige fits., Omabt, and post- omce buiiuing, Lincoln, roeo. uu-m OOOD messengers wanted; high salaries. I A. D. T. Co., 313 S. 13th St. B M4i3 WANTED Competent stenographer; man familiar with shipping business preferred, Aaareas, x,.s, Be, a tarat WANTED, men to learn barber trade. All advantages until competent without limit to time. Hteariv tiractice. expert instruc tions, splendid facllltlts. Hundreds of raduates to recommend our system. Cnll or write. Moler Barber College, )32 Douglas atreet. U M2b9 WANTED; drivers for railroad work. Hall Grading company, Tostevln at. and South ave., Council Bluffs. B M412 22 , .- . . , i . . WANTED, bright boy seeking permanent place, willing to do junllor and general omce -work; give- age and references. Address J 2T, Bee. B MtST 23 WANTED,, young man for bur pftrter In flrst-rlaas saloon; references. Address O at. Bee. N a 15 jw WANTED, active man; must write a good hand. Addresa U iW, Bee. B xivm a CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTORS $J to 17 per thousand. I'ay advanced. Distributors' National Union, Cincinnati, O. . B M502 23 WANTED At once, an experienced horse- shoer, one that Is willing to do floor work. None but reliable man need apply. A good Job tor the ngnt man. v m. Whiteman, Webster City, la. B-M501 20 , .r' r i i i, , , ' ' WANTED An experienced dry goods salesman. Permanent jwsltlon tor right party. Address- M. havens, Fremont, Neb. B m.kjU v SALUSMK WAN 1 ED. EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambert Type writers. Monroe t Co., 611 N. 16th at., Oman. 4l- t .WANTED FEMALE HELP. luO Qirls. Call Canadian office, 15th Dodge. U1RL for general housework. 2603 Pierce street, c oaa WANTED student nurse at South Omaha nospiiHi. c oi WANTED. Swedish or German girl for general housework; small family; good wages. Call at IM H. 37 th sU C Mz46 WANTED, a good girl for general house- work. Apply 9Ut roppieton Ave. , C-45S COMPETENT girl for general housework wanted. 13 bo. ZUth bt. c 11 is WANTED Uirl to do general housework In family of tnree; good wages. Mra. blmeral. 97S N., 3dth ave. C M4il WANTED Competent girl for general housework. Mrs. Hall, Gila bnerman Ave. C 4.3 QOOD girl for . general housework. P24 Park ave. " C M4K1 21 YOU NO girl for general housework; ex perience not necessary, ius B. 31st st. C M48 WANTED Qlrl to do plain washing and ironing at toe crecne, lam ana l-iarney. C Mai IB FOR RENT HOUSES. TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage Co.; omce. uutt rarnam, or lets. iom-&oj. , u 4M unilCCC In all parts of city. The O. IIUUOW t Davla Co.. Mi Bee Bldg. U tot, S-ROOM modern, near High school, C7.G0. room house, 36lh and Charles, IJu.tiO. lni. iUi.Cau. Ave. Tel. 673. Robison. ' D 41 6EE PAYNE, BOSTWICK CO. for choice houses. 601-3 N. X. Life Bldg. Tel. 1016 e. - D 41 MAOUARD Van II Storage Co. Tel, 14!. ; b 469 Io20 BURT,, Jt rooms, modern, nice lawn, barn. 2218 N. 19th, K-rootrl. modern, 20 00. 2JJ0 N. lft h, -io m, modrti, 130.00. . W. FARNAM SMITH CO.. 13M Farnam St. . D-79S FOR RE?!T Two nice -room houses; all moaern, except iurnace; nrsi-ciass re pair and good neighborhood; 118 and J0 I tier month. Inquire C. M. Bachmann, iJi raxion uioca. l Mail UOU8E8 and flat. RlngwalU Barker block. D tno liOUSES. O. Q. .Wallace, Brown Block. 1 . . D 463 2OR RENT, one -room house, with gas. water and aewer; just been placed In nrst-class repair; in good location. ,C. M. ttaenmaun, io-Ji raxlun block. L 179 FOR RENTi forty acres In the city lmllts of South Omaha; small house, excellent place for feed yard. The Omaha Realty , vuuipany, uui uougiaa eh., upstairs. t K ' ' ' ' D 23? 1616 N. 18th at., 7 rooms, all modern, 818.00 awi j season si.. 1 r.. an modern, 318. uo. UM N. ZMh svt. 10 r., al modern; ele aant. La 60.- tlo Burt at., I r., modern, except furnace, 26i h and Tiylor" ats., 4 r., well water, 810.00. Atlf. ll.pn.11 r 1 1 ...1 r n CI,,., &17 N. 2"th St.. t r., alt modern rlaC second noor, 113.W. We have others. - Come and see us. List your houses with us for rent. We have tho tenants. Payne Investment company, is floor N, . I. 1 bldg. TeL l-m. - D 47S 44 SO. 23 D ST.. 4-Toom -flat. 810 00. Wm. K. Potter. Hecclver. 3ul Browu Block. ; D M351 8204 MAPLE 'STREET Eght rooms, 320. V IJM EIGHT-ROOM, modern Seward. ' house. 820. 2412 D 47723 T-ROOM modern house, rlty water, cistern. cellar, large yard, shade trees, to a re liable family. Z4 N. 20th st. p Mia a 940912' Ni 4wh, new wnd cx(enslve 8-room house, all modern, soft coal furnace. 830 Hki3 Park Ave., all modern, aoft coat furnace, 8 rooms. 828 lui Park Ave., 8 rooms, modern except furnace. 1 8252703 Woolworth. rooms, all modern. I new economical iurnace. 8252626 Ca(4tol Avu., 8 rooms, modern, fur nace. 318 Each Two houaes, corner 82d and Wrights Sts., all modern, aoft coal fur nace. rooms eacn. tlT.6-g p. 41st, 7 rooms, city water, gas. x5 38l3 Mandersoq, i rooms, all modern, furnace. 17 tio4 Hamilton St., 6 rooms. City water. We have others, (all and get list. R C PETERS A CO . Ground f loor. Bee Building. D M508 24 Moc-SES FOR RENT. 8217 Purl. rooms, 813 put Fmmet rooms, 812. 2713 N. 22nd, I rooms. 812 60. Vil krtkllle, 7 rooms, bath. $15. McCacua lnr. Co. D-MiuJ 23 I OR BEST-Fl R1IHED ROOMS. IjEWEV Europein Hotel, 13th and Farnam. 11 PER WEKK-43 8. 18th St., one blodk south of court house. E 4t AETNA HOI 8K, European. 13th and Dodge. E 4t ROYAL HOTEL, European. 16th A Chicago. HANDSOME ateam heated room, tol Ave 1909 Capl E Mluo KOOM8 for light housekeeping. Kro'-i How- ara. , uimi u-u- L. M. K hauls trunks. Telephone "SO. E MSU) THE FAR NAM 19th and Farnam streets. n, aisu STEAM HEATED roomr, $10 per month. Barker Hotel, 13th and Jones His. K M4S2 I ROOMS for light housekeeping 1112 So. litn at recu - r. ai.n SOUTH front alcove room. modern. E80 E M439 2." Harney. FRONT room, modern. $2 per week. 1717 Webster. E 45 D16 FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms for rent at 810 8. 21st at. E M4 zv DESIRABLE rooms; walking dlstancei first-class location. 2224 Farnam. E M49S ZR FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD. mEKRIAM, comfortable winter home. Tel 83 F 469 FURNISHED room, with or without board, rates reasonable. Midland Hotel, 16th and Chicago. . x i TWO gentlemen desired. M 8. 25th Ave, F M189 FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES. FOR RENT, store In first-class . location rent reaecuiable. Apply R. C. Tetera & Co., ground nuor, lM-e mag. i -oo FOR RENT, the bulldlns; formerly occu tiled bv The Bee at 813 Farnam St. It has four stories and a basement which was formerly used as The Bee uress room. This will he rented very reasonably. If Interested apply at, office to C. C. Rose- water, secretary, room iuu, Bee puiiuing. . .. i i WANTED, tenant to share !are offices on the ground floor of N. Y. Life Rldg. In surance man preferred. Apply uui uoug las St., uprtalrs. 1240 CENTRAL, grocery, drug, meat market. with fixtures: also fine laundrv. with steam beat and power. Tixard. 220 N. 23d. i 1 AGENTS WANTED. WANTED, . canvassing agents In every county to solicit suoscripuons 10 inc. TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. Steady employment, with assured good In come. Agents in ine country wun nurse and buggy especially desired. Canvassers make eally t to 1100 per month. Ad dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau, Bee building, umana. 214 1,000 AGENTS wanted to sell desirable old- line Insurance lor tne largest company In the world of Its age; no special con tract fakirs or leg pullers need apply. We sell the best contract ever written; good territory and commissions given to good, reliable men. Call on or "write to Ueorge J. Crane, Superintendent Western Department, 310 First Nat l Bank Bldg., Umana, Neb. J uju DESIRABLE! 8TORE ROOM. 1615 Howard at., across strnet from W. R. Bennett Co. a entrance to barn. Boom Is in first-class repair and has good, light basement: b0 per montn. QEORUE & COMPANY. 1901 Farnam St. J IA WANTED TO RENT. WANTED, by .young married couple, four partly turnisnea, modern rooms lor ngm housekeeping; must be close In. Address O 26. Bee office. . K M4W STORAGE. OM. Van Stor. Co., 1511 Vi Farn. Tela. 1KS-863. 33 VANS and baggage wagons. TeL 1195. -2l WANTED TO BUY. WANTED to buy, old lumber. S. T. Camp bell. Black-113. . W Wo IK" WILL pay cash for good second-hand piano. Address o la. Bee. xm Jatos w ' SECOND-HAND Remington typewrite cabinet; state price. Address K. Bee office. Council Bluffs. N 618 23 FOR SALE FURNITURE. CH1CAOO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel, 2020 New and aecondnand, bought, sold exchanged. ' u 4,1 FOH SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC. NEW and secondhand vehicles for sal cheap. 11. Frost, 14th and Leavenworth, r ii FOR SALE or trade, thoroughbred white Arabian stallion, weight 1,100 pounds,- aged 7 years, ogaen Livery, council niu.Ts. , tr A14a FOH SALE MISCELLANEOUS. NEW and 2d-rand typewriters. 1119 Farnam l-4. FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to any other musical instrument , 85 up. The Wlttmann Co., 1621 Farnam. st 474 EDISON rhonographs. 810,- 830 and 830; mourned recorua, sue eacn or sa per aox.; new wheels, 815 up; Zdhand, 85 up. Omaha Bicycle Co., ICttt and Chicago Sts. Q 476 FOR SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican hairless dogs. . Addresa K. a. Bee.' Q-M917 FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib bing, combination ladders. ul Uouglas. y M473 INDIAN goods and relics. 1119- Farnam. CI 47 100 STYLES trusses: catalogue free. Sher man A McconneH Drug Co., lh and Dodge, Omaha. ' . Q 477 2DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam. ., . Vr-4,-8 CHOICE milrh rows. 6 Shetland ponies. 8. T. Campbell, 4J13 center, pnone Black 1123. d-784 N15 billiard tables repaired; a large stock of cheap bar nxtures, cluar counters, etc The Brunswlck-Balke-Cullender Co., 407-8 8. 10th. - y M590 80 PIANO for sale or trade; want -horse and ouggy. o u. Bee. y Mtt uii INVALID CHAIR, almost new. latest Im provements, cheap. Inquire at sin S. 21st St. y ( FOR SALE, two fresh cows, at 2C! Web ster street. y Mall a HIGH GRADE piano at bargain by party leaving tne city; casn or part cash. 30, Bee. v y-M51Z PUBLIC SALE at U H. Reams' farm, four mues nortneaKt 01 council BlufTa, low VN ednesaay, December 3, 10 a., m. sharp. Four head of good work horses; 1 slnsle driver; 3 milch corns, fresh; 1 two year old nener; 1 mmoer wagon, nearly new; heavy spring wagon; 1 light spring wagon: 350 hot bed sash, 150 nearly new; over 3o0 mats; 1 1H H. P. gasoline engine. omy usea one season; 1 aouuie cultivator, used one aeaaon; 1 good cook stove, nearly nrwr I good stump machine, to gether with a Wt of other things too numerous to mention. . Terms Jul. n) and under, cufh. Fight months' credit will be allowed on purchases over 8I0-W. with food and approved security, without ntercst If paid when due. If not paid when due. notes to draw 8 per cent from date of sale. Five per rent discount for rash. L. tt. Reams. 4. F. Kei.i. Auc tioueer. J Miu8 r BUY or sell pool tables. Kern. 821 8. 12th. y m i-is CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1814 Caas St. MME. QYLMER. genuine paJmlst, 815 8. IS. til ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. MME. SMITH, batris, 118 N. IS. 1J floor. R. 1 ' T-S.19 Do MISS Duval, manicuring. 621 8. lth. 3rd floor T M234D12 MME. AMES, vapor bath. 124 N. lfith. R. 7. T Mfcxi U15 GRACE O'BRTAN of Kentucky. 7 8. nth. T 164 I17 PERSONAL. DR. ROT, chiropodist; corns and superflu ous nmr removed by electricity, n. Frenzer blncK. U 881 VIAVI. Woman's Way to Health. Home treatment. Booklet free. no Bee oiuti Omaha. U 4!3 ORAMOPHONE8 and sjpplles, wholesale ana retail, colling piano Co., ih uougi, U 43 RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no detention from business. Send for Dookiei, etc. EMPlHhl RLPTURE CUKE CO., 3i N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha. tj 4! DR. B. M. JACKSON, specialist In chronic diseases. hJb Farnam St. consjiiaiiou free. U M3 PRIVATE hospital before and during con- nnemeni; Daoies Doaraea ana aoopieu. Mrs. UardeU, 2334 Lake. TeL Red-liM .... U 4.S8 PRIVATE hospital before and during con nnement: nrst-class in every reepeci; babies adopted. Dr. 1 L. Miller, 2A04 Biondo St. Phone F-1182. U M42) NiH RAROAIN8 entire stock diamonds, wateh es, jewelry, in pawn tt mortgaaea, nan price. Diamond Loan Utile, 14tn & Douglaa WE RENT sewing machines at 75c per week, we repair ana sen pans ior any macnine manufactured. NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.. Phone 1663. Corner loth and Harney Sts 8x4 Broadway, Council Bluffs. 'Phone B-618. 612 iNorth 24th St., So. Omaha, 'phone 4.ijo d 0-0 ui TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. messengers. U M6l HEADQUARTERS for Edison phono graphs and victor talking machines ana records. Nebraska Cycle Co., Cor. 15th and Harney sts. U M34 3. PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and during confinement; babies adopted. Ziu3 60. lath st. Mrs. Fisher. Tel. F-3213. U M163 22 ELITE PARLORS, 615 8. 16th St., 2d floor. WANTED, at once, local representative lady or gentleman; il.&o pr osy, aieaay position; inquire for c. c. K-ingsiey, Mur ray hotel, Omaha, Neb. U M510 2u HONEY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATE.. 4ft PER CENT on business property. o per cent on residence property. Options to pay whole or part any time. VY. B. MEIKLE, 401 S. lal'tl St. W 489 MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha, real estate. Brennan-i-ove co., w s. utn. W 490 4 TO 6 P. C. money. Bemis, Paxton Blk. w tai FARM and cltr loans, low rates. W. H. Thomas, Flrsi Nat. Bank Bldg. lei. 1WS, FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1604 Farnam. w 4S3 PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas, w 494 WANTED, city loans and warrants. W, Farnam bmitn Co., ism i arnam street. W 496 WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds and warrants. . c. meters 4k Co., in. Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W 496 WANTED, 86,000 loan on first-class real es tate security, inquire Blixt ft LAvgren room 436-7 paxton block. w Ml.' MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. MONEY' WHEN you find It necessary to' borrow give us a trial, after which we will, by lair treatment, attempt to . retain your patronage, we loan from 110 up on lur nlture, pianos, live stock, etc. We also make loans to - , . SALARIED PEOPLE without mortgage or endorser. We do not deduct Interest in advance; we charge nothing for making or flung papers and our service is quica ana connacniiui. w always try to please our patrons. OMAHA MOKTUAOE LOAN CO., Ill Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 56. tLstabllshed 11)93.) 4 eouth 16th St. X 499 8tSI8$m$8888t888$St8!f88tt 1 DO YOU NEED MONEY T 8 MONEY TO LOAN I ON i FURNITURE AND SALARIED. 8 8 810 to 850O loaned on FURNITURE, 8 6 PIANOS, ETC., and to aalarled people 8 8 at very lowest -rates and tor any length i 8 of time, without publicity or removing 8 I the property. Payments can be made 8 8 to suit your convenience. Call and get. our terms before going 8 8 elsewhere. 8 I RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY, 8 8 Room 803, Third Floor, Paxton Block. 8 MMitUlUMUIUMIinUMll! BORROW MONEY' WHERE you can get It on FURNITURE. piainus, noriBii.B, nAuu.va, COWS. ETC.; also on SALARIES. WHERE you get It on ahort notice and without publicity. WHERE you pay for only the time money Is In use. WHERE you can return It on easy weekly or mommy payments. WHERE vou set the lowest rates. WHERE can you do better? PrlOJiNlA. LKtuii CO., 638 Paxton Blk. 16lh and Farnam Sts. X 60 LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO BALAKlriD rfcurij., mercnanis, team sters, boarding houses, etc. without se curity; easiest terms; 40 offices in prin cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade Bldg. X 49K MDKr.T loaned on furniture, live stock. Jewelry, to eaiarien people, roiey un Co.. Sue. to Dud Green, Barker block. X-402 MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 S IX X-5U3 MONEY- loaned -on plain note to salaried people;-business confidential; lowest rates. 614 paxton block." me J. A. utton co. X 497 BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE, drug stock, clean and in good condition; best location la town of S.Ouo; would trade tt for real eatate; I have other business and cannot attend to It, Addresa O 1. Bee. Y M213 FOH SALE, drug stock and fixtures In good county seat town In northern Ne braska. Address cp is, care Bee. Y 345 81 FOR SALE. We will sell our stock of general mdse.. will invoice about 82.uu0.OO will sell or rent building, upper story to live In. These are gooa and easy terms; will explain reasons for selling In first letter. Address O 13. Bee. Y 344 22 WHEN you want to buy. sell or exchange your business or property quick see J 11. J Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life. Y-M506 TO GET In or out of business call on Wil liams, Room 411, McCague building. Y 504 FOR SALE or trade for Nebraska or Kan : sas land or will take In good partner, new, 80-bbl. p'an sifter mill In southern Nebraska. Address O 22. Omaha Bee. Y 461 19 WH1TELAW GARDINER'S stock of dry f ooas. notions, lauies ana gents rurnisn iig goods, ladies' cloaks, skirts and suits millinery, wall paper and all fixtures will be sold In bulk at public auction to the flintiest bidder fur cash on Tuesday, No vember tt. at 10 o'clock a. m., on the premises, Broadway, Council Bluffs la. Wm. K. Muae, trustee. - Y M497 2Tf FOR BALK Rooming house, 8 rooms, . steam heat, tine location: a snap this wtk. T. M. Cllne, 1238 O St.. Lincoln, Neb. I-kM 2a WANT to buy, sell or trade a business? ; sm WUawn, Warocs & Co., 4U7 to 419 raxlwn Divu, X K4 Bl SINES C HANCES. FOR SALE Hardware and Implement stock; Invoice 8.;"; well located In east Nebraska. T. M. Cllne, 123S o St., Lin coin, Neb. Y M4S5 25 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR P.ARQAIN9 In real eatate see W. C. CHISSELL, lulj Jones Bt. 'Phone 1,1. RE M3&4 D1S WELL built 8-r. house, on fine lot and beautiful location. Inquire 1411 Vinton. RE 2i3 N24 HOUSES and lota In all parts of city; also acre property and farm lands. 1 ne u. t . Davis Co., Room 562, Bee Bldg. RE 610 WILLIAMSON fk'ifree1?: m RE 609 WILLIAM C. CHIPSELL no longer repre sents In any rapacity the Oeorge P. Bemis Real Estate Co. George P. Bemis, Pres. RE M&7 FOR SALE. 7"0 ft.. No. front on Jackson, near 3Mh. 7uo N. V. cornet 34th and Jackson, 66x133. SMJ 46 ft.. E. front on Lowe ave., nr. Burt. ilo.10 N. V. Cor. Lowe ave. and Burt: 4ixl40 8 Mio 48 ft., weet front, on 14th, near Dorcas. -c ikf 1 v. n n ,1 rnAn... Olir-li. c. evil Iier 40111 anu urvniui, Vino 0 ft. N. front on Biondo. bet. 83 ft 88. t 8.W-N. E. Cor. Franklin and 32d.; 42S by 127 8 50060 feet E. front on tn, near Bancroii. OMAHA REALTY CO., 1301 DOUGLAS. RE M041 Ct KELSEY-B wall paper, 17th and Douglas. i none ii. tin. ma GREAT RARGAIN. 8-ROOM HOUSE near 17th and Charles Bt. at. a great bargain; make us an oner. Bemis, Paxton block. RE-MSX SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO. for choice bargains.. 601 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. lots. RE 6o RANCH and farm land tor sale by the Union Paclno Railroad company. B. A. McAllester, land commissioner, Union Pa cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb. RE 608 FORTY-TWO acres, four miles N. E. of P. O.; fine garden land, 4.w. . i. ura ham. Bee Bldg. RE 455 23 LOT 1, block 143, City, W by 133 feet, on eouthwest corner or ism ana r arnam, will be sold on partition sale to the high est bidder on Wednesday, November 26. Terms, one-half cash. Inquire of W. T. Nelson, 1015 New York Life, or W. M. Giller, 304 New York Life. RE 474 24 DO YOU WANT TO SELL A FARM? If vou want to sell a farm or ranch, tell the farmers and stockiaisers about It. The best way to reach them la through THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. This agricultural weekly goes to 85,000 homes of farmers and stockralsers. so If you have a good piece of land to sell at a reasonable price you ought to And a buyer among them. The cost of an ad Is small 2 cents per word. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER OMAHA, NEB. re an HARRISON & MORTON, FARMS. RE 828 D17 LOT SS, block 8, Orchard Hill, all clear taxes paid, complete abstract of title, 8150; 85 cash and 85 per month, without Interest. This lot Is 60x140 ft, fronting north on Franklin, 100 ft. west of 38th. Handy to street car and good school and has sidewalk and city water. Three lots previously advertised this week on same terms are sold. Act quickly. Har rison & Morton, N. Y. Life. R E M508 FIXRENCE FIVE ACRES Two blocks from proposed car line. Now is the time ' to buy a desirable tract for a home or lor an investment. fW") takes ft. WYMAN, SHKIVEH CO., . . 1003 New XorHLKe Bldg. ' " ; . R E M504 21 SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. GREGG S. H., Touch T. W., Bus. Branches, xeieg, cai. iree. unu cm col., i A iJoug, 612 A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life. 613 BOYLES college, court reporter principal. Ii. X. UK. 614 NEB. Business A Shorthand College, Boyd's 'ineaier. 615 LAW AND COLLECTIONS. STILLMAN c PRICE, 23 U. S. N'l Bk. Bid. 936 NEB. COLLECTION CO., 306 N. Y. Life. 736 Dl NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., 401-408 N. T Life bldg., attorneys and collectors every w n ere. 1 MANUFACTURING. P. MELCHOIR. 13th and Howard, ma chlnlst 616 OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and safes. G. Andreen, Prop., 102 So. 10th St. 017 .TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE. TWIN CITT EXP. Phone 1717. 606 S. 16th. t , 923 THE DEPOT on time.. L. M. E. Tel. 7S0. M 649 MEDICAL. LADIES' Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pius are tne beat; sate; rename, xaae no other. Send to, stamps, for particulars. "Relief for Ladles" In letter by return mail. Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co . Philadelphia. Pa. , PRINTING. WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Linotype Composition. 511 Bo. 13th. GARBAGE. ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and dead animals at reduced prices. 621 N 16th Tel. 1779. 919 PATENTS.' H. J. COWGILL No fees unless success ful. 318 8. Istb St., umana, Tel. 1798. . -248 BALE TIES. OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th. 9:(6 FLORISTS. BULBS, cut flowers and plants. . Hender son, Tel. 1258, 1519 Farnam St,. Omaha. 929 DETECTIVE AGENCY. CAPT. THOS. CORMICK. private detecUve, 617 Karoacn Diock. xeiepnone a-zmz. 436 D-16 AUTOMOBILES. ELEC. automobiles. Derlght, 1119 Farnam. 932 HORSES WINTERED. ' WANTED, horses to winter, 4213 Center Bt Tel Flack-11?T 4 19 LAUNDRY. OMAHA 8team Laundry; shirts. 8c; collars, 8c; cuffs. 4c 1750 Leavenworth. TeL A-17oJ. CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree, a ih and Lake streets. 3.0 TYPEWRITERS. WHY psy moreT Lambert, 825; superior to lluO machines. Bent on approval. Monroe Co., aU H. lent tit., Oiuaha. OSTEOPATHY. OlD. E. ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths. Suite 615. N. Y. Life Bldg. TeL 1664. -818 MRR. GRACE TI9DALB DEEQAN. 638 Ree RMa-. Tel. 2w S7 TICKET BROKERS. CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere. P. H. Philbtn, 1505 Farnam. 'Phone 7S4. 922 EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc. Q. R. Rathbun, Room 15, Com 1 Nat. hank. 2 FUR DRESSING. R. GILBERT CO.. tanners, 1124 8. ISth. 9TT PAWNBROKERS. EAGLE Iyosn Office, reliable, accommodat ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglaa. 91 ELECTRICAL REPAIRING. THOS. DURKIN, electrlo light wiring. Tel. 2448. 838 D6 STAMMERING AND STUTTERING. CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Raroge Bldg. 926 SIDEWALK BRICK. OMAHA Hydraulic Press Brick Co., 218 jew lork iite. fnons 910. uz zs TAILORING. LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re modeled. Joe Yousen, 1411 Farnam St. M9.K) STOVES REPLATED. GOLD, stiver and nickel plating. Omaha Plating Co., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2W 931 MASQUERADE COSTUMES. THEO. L4EBEN. 1018 Farnam, costumes. 14!!4 POSTOFFICU NOTICE. (Should be read DAILY by all Interested. as changes may occur at any time.) Foreign malls tor the week ending No vember 8, 1W2, will close (PROMPTLY In all cases) at the general postofhee as fol lows: I'AKUELS I'UST MAILS close one hour earlier than closing time Shown be low. Parcels Post malls for Germany close at S p. m. Monday, per a. s. Kronprlns wm.: luesaay. per s. s. jeuiscnianu.. aim r nuy, per s. s. i reiona. Regular and supplementary malls close at foreign station halt hour later than clos ing time anown Deiow (except tnat supple mentary malls for Europe and Central America, via coicn, close one nour later foreign station;. Transatlaatlo Malls. THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, ITALY. SPAIN, PORT UGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT, GREECE. BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MA It. cjUEZ, per s. s. La Touraine, via Havre (mail for other parts of Europe must be directea - per J. s. ia louraine I. SATURDAY At 6:30 a. to. for EUROPE. per s. s. LAicania, via wueenatown; Bt 7 a. m. for ITALY direct, per s. s. Trave (mail must be directed "per s. s. Trave"); at 7:S0 a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct, per s. s. Amsterdam (mall must be di rected "per s. s. Amsterdam"); at 8 a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per s. s. Vaderland (mall must be directea ' per s. s. Vader- lnnl"l! at 11 a. m. for DtCNMARK itlr. per s. s. Hekla (mall must be directed" "per s. s. Hekia . PRINTED MATTER, ETC. This steamer takes printed matter, commercial papers and samples for Germany only. The same class of mall matter for other parts of Europe will not be sent by this ship un less specially directed by jt. After the closing of the supplementary transatlantic mails named above, addi tional supplementary malls er opened on the piers of the American, English, French and German steamers, an remain open until within ten minutes of the hour of sailing of steamer. - Malls (or Sooth and Central America, West ladles, Ete. THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA. YUCA TAN CAMPECHE. TABASCO and CHI APAS, per s. s. Havana (mall for other parts of Mexico must be directed "per a. s. Havana"); at 9 a. m. for BRAZIU per s. s. Hevellus, via Pernambuco, Bahla and Rio Janeiro (mall for North ern Brazil, Argentine, Uruguay and Para guay must be directed "per s. s. Heve Uua"); at 12 m. (supplementary 12:80 p. m.) for BAHAMAS and SANTIAGO, per s. s. Yucatan; at 12 m. for BARBADOS and NORTHERN BRAZIL, per s. a. Hubert, via Para and Manaos; at 12:30 p. m. (sup plementary 1:30 p. m.) for LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS, BRITISH. DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per a. s. Korona. FRIDAY At 10 a. m. for ST. MARC, PORT AU PRINCE, AUX CAYES and J ACM EL, per s. S. Prlns Wlllem IV mall for other parts of Haiti, Curacao, Venezuela, Trini dad, British and Dutch Guiana must be directed "per s. s. Prlns Wrillem IV"): at 12 m. for MEXICO, per 8. s. Matanzas, via Tamplco (mall must be directed "per s. s. Matanzas"); at 12:30 p m. for INA GUA and HAITI, per s. s. Paloma; at 7 p. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per S. b, Buenos Ayrean. from Philadelphia. SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BERMUDA, per s. s. Pretoria; at 8 a. m. for PORTO RICO, per a. s. Coamo; at 8 a. m. (sup plementary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per a. s. Maracalbo (mall for Savanilla and Cartagena must be di rected "per s. s. Maracalbo"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:80 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA, SAVA NILLA, CARTAGENA and GREYTOWN, per b. s. Alleghany rmall for Costa Rica must be directed "per s. s. Alleghany"); at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Mexico, via Havana, Malls for Newfoundland, by rati to North Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at this office dally at 8.&0 p. m. (connecting close here every Monday. Wednesday and Saturday). Mans or juiqueion, by ran to Boston, and thence by steamer, close at this office dally at 6:30 p. m. Malls for Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and thence by steamer, close at this office dally, except Thursday, at 6:80 a. m. (the connecting closes are made on Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays). Malls- for Mexico City, overland, unless specially addressed for dispatch by steamer, close at this office dally, except Sunday, st 1 JO p. m and 11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1 p. m. snd 11:30 p. n. .nails for .Costa Rica, Bellz-5. Puerto Cortes and letter mall for Guatemala, by rail to New Or leans, and thence by steamer, close at this office daily, except Sunday, at 1:S0 D. m. and 11:30 o. m., Sundays at 1 0. m. and 11:30 p. m. (connecting closes here Mondays at 11:30 p. m. for Belize, Puerto Cortes and letter mall for Guatemala, and Tuesdays at lf :30 d. m. for Costa Rica). Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous day. Transpaeiflo Malls. Malls for Hawaii. Japan. China and soe ciauy aaoreasea matter ror ine fnuip plne Islands, via Ban Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 P. m. up to November 2ot n, inclusive, for dispatch pe. a. Hong Kong Maru. Malls for Australia (except West Australia, wnicn is torwaraea via uurope) Mew zea. land. FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. ra. after November 6 and up to November 22, Inclusive, foi dispatch per a. a. Ven tura. (If the Cunard aleamer carrying the British mall for New Zealand does not arrive In time to connect with this dispatch, extra mails closing at 6:30 a. m., 8 Jo a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sundays at 4 30 a. m., 9 a. m. and 6:3o p. m. will be made up and forwarded until the arrival of the Cunard steamer.) Mails for China an japan, via Van couver and Victoria, B.C., close here dally at 6:30 d. m. ud to November o. Inclu sive, for dispatch per a. s. Empress of China (registered mall must be specially addressed. Merchandise for U. S. Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Canada). Mails for the Philippine' Islands, via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 o. m. up to November 26. inclusive, for dis- Batch Per U. b. Transport. Malls for Hawaii. China, Japan and Philip pine islands, via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to November 2. inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Chin;.. Malls for Hawaii, via ban Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to December 1. Inclusive. lor dispalcb per s. s. Ala, meda. Mails for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands, via Ban Francisco, close here dally al 6.30 p. m. up to December 1, Inclusive, for diat Match ner a. s. MaxlDOsa. MtUla lor C'hlua sad Japaa, via Tacoma, roSTOFFICE NOTICE. Close here dally at 8:30 p. m. tip to De cember !, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. ol.vmpla. Malls for Australia (except West Aus tralia, which goes viA Europe, snd New Zealsnd. which goes via 8an Francl-o, and Flit Islands, via Vancouver end Vic toria, 11. c, close here dally st 8.3" p m. after November 22 and up to December 6. Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Aorangt. Transpacific mulls are forwsr.led to port of sailing daily and the sehcduleor closing Is arranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. Regis tered mall closes at ( p. m. previous dy. CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Tostmaster Postofilce, New York, N. Y.. Nov. 14. l:2. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. PROPOSAL FOR REEF AND MUTTON Office Chief Commissary. Omaha. Net.. October 22, 1902. Sealed proposals, In tripli cate, will bt received here until 11 o'clock a. m., centrnl standard time, November 22, 19)2. and then rjubllclv opened for furnish ing such fresh beef and mutton as may b required by the Subsistence lepartnient, U. 8. Army, at Omahs. Neb.; Fort Crook. Neb.: Jeffer-on Parracks.' Mo. : Forts lv- enworth, Kan., Logan H. Roots. Ark.; Nio brara. Neb ; Reno, ). T.J Riley, Kan.: Robinson. Neb., and Pill. O. T.. during six months commencing January 1. 1S"3. Pro possls will alao be received until 10 o'clock a. m.. mountain standard time, at Fort Robinson, snd until 11 o'clock a. m.. centrnl standard time, at Jefferson UnrracM. Forte Ijeavenworth, Ixignn II. Roots. Mobrarn, Reno. Riley and 8111 and opened at posts by eespectlve.cqmmlasarles, each receiving pro. posals for his own post only, r'roposnis will also be received stating price st which bidder will deliver fresh beef or mutton of temperature not greater than 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Information furnished on ap plication here or to commissary at post authorized to open proposals. U. 8. reserves tn ngnt to reject any or an proposals or any part thereof. Envelopes should be marked . '"Proposal for Fresh Beef and Mutton." and addressed to undersigned or Crmmlsarv at post authorised to receive proposals. W. H. BEAN. COmmlssnry, Chief Commissary. 6td-22 23 24 25 N20 21 PROPOSAL FOR PTE AM HEATING AND PLUMBING Olllce of Chief J. M., St. Paul, Minn., November 20. Ii2. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be received at this office until 11 o'clock a. m., December 9, 1902, and opened then for the steam heat ing and plumbing In one double barrack at Fort Meade. 8. I). Plans nnd specifications may be seen and blank proposals with full Instructions had upon application here, or to the quartermaster. Fort Meade, S. V. United States reserves right to accept or reject any or all proposals, or any part thereof. GEO. E. POND. C. y. M. N20-21-22d6-S PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY HORSES Offlce Chief yuartermaster, Denver, Colo., Nov. 17, 1SW2. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be received here until 11 a. m., Dec. 8. Iu2, for furnishing forty cavalry horses required at Fort Mackenzie. Wyoming. Horses to be In accordance with specifica tions In circular of Instructions to bidders, which will be furnished, together with blank proposals, on Application to this of fice. U. B.i reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals or any part thereof. Envelopes containing proposals should be marked- "Proposals for Cavalry Horses" and addressed Lt. Col. J. W. POPE, Chief Q. M. td 17 18 19 20 D5 6 RAILWAY TIME CARD'. UNION STATION 10TII AND MARCY Cblceco, Rock Island A Pacific. EAST. Leave. "Arrive. fhloago Daylight L t d. .a 6:00 am a 6:45 am Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:00 am a 9:35 rm Chicago Express bll:15 am a 6:06 pm Des Moines Express.... a 4:30 pm bll:50am Chicago Fast Express. ..a 6:35 pm a 1:25 pm WEST, Rocky Mountain L't'd..a 6:50 am . a 4:65 am Lincoln, coio. eprings, Denver. Pueblo and West ........a 1:30 pm a 6:00 pm Colo., Texas, Cal. and Oklahoma Flyer a 6:20 pm al2:40 pm Chicago A Northwestern. "The Northwestern Line." Fnst Chicago Mall ....... Locar Sioux City. Daylight St. Paul, navliuht Chicago. a 8:40 am a 7:00 am 1.1,01 a b.m am ..a 6:10 am a i U) m ..a 7:35 am a10:25 pin ..a 8:00 am all:20 pm ,.al:65 am a 6:10 pm ..a 4:00 pm ' a 3:50 am -Local Chicago. v.. I,oCRl carrou Fast Chicago Limited Chicago.. Fast St. Paul l'or Mall , : pm a 4:06 pm .a 8:10 pm a 9:20 am yiu a. B.10 am Local Biuux. city u .w pin u :ov am Wabash. Bt. Louis ''Cannon Ball" Express .-...... ..a 6:66 pm a 8:30 am St. Louis Local, Coun cil Bluffs n,MSH...t 9:15 am al0:30 pm Illinois Ce'-- Iave. Arrive. Chicago Expreea. a 7:20 am a 4:10 pm Chicago, Minneapolis & St. I'aul Limited a 7:60 pm a 8:06 am Minneapolis 4t bc jraui fc.xpr.ss Chicugo Express., b 7:20 am bl0:35 pm aiu.40 pm I iitou l'acine. Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 7:30 pm The Fast Mail a 8:50 am a 8:26 pm California Express ..a 4:25 pm Pacific Express an:ju pm Eastern Express The Atlantic Exprees... The Colorado Special... a 7:10 am Chicago Special a 4:35 pm a 7:30 am a 8:40 am a 3:40 am Uncoin. Beatrice ana HtrnmsburK E ....b 4:05 Dm bl2:50 nm Grand Island Local... ..b 6:30 pm b 8:35 pm Chicago, jiuw m. z. 1 nni. Mraso at umana .....u 1 .w mm u a.tu pm ,..r; UmltM r..,...l 6:00 nm a T-sn .m VI!"-"" et tiiIs Exoress. .al0:00 am a 8:28 pm ...al0:50 pm a 6:16 am K. C. 4Z Bi. x-. BURLINGTON STATION IOTH tt MAsox BarUasJtoz. Mlasonrl River. Leave. Arrive. -urvmnr. . Re&trlee and Lincoln 4 8:40 am bll:66 am Nebraska Expresa.. a 8:40 am a 7:45 pm Denver Limited..... a 4:26 pm a 6:46 am Black Htiia ana ruii Bnnnit Kxoress all:10 Dm a 8:10 nm r. 1 n r A a VaatlbUled Flyer ' . a pm S&S0 t"l.apia-tt.-:D ' lV Pm ,:" m mouth ........ ....... ....o a bj pm dii:w ami Bellevue tt l'acine jct..a i:j pm a 9.11 am Bellevue st pacing oi,.a :w am Chleaaro, Bnrllasrton at Q.alaer. r'hli-nim-RDectal a 7:00 am a 4:08 nm r hi. aifo Limited a a:os pm a 7:80 am Fast Mail a i.ta pm tCanaas City, St. ososfc at Con neil Hints. Kansas cuy uj am a pm Kansas City istgnt is.x..aiu:3u pm a 8:16 am WEBSTER DEPOT 14TH at WEBSTER Fremont. Elkhorn st aflssowrl Valley. Black Hills, Deadwood. Lead, Hot springs.... a s:uu pra a 0:00 pm Wyoming, ' Casper and uougias v--;w"t..m pm lin.un,., -y '- ' City, Superior, ueneva, Exeter and Seward. ...b 8:00 pm b BK pm Bonesteel. Niobrara, 1 ... n ni kTamunt n Tan am nin-m am Fremont Local.... .c 7:30 am Chleaaro, St. Panl, Minneapolis Omaha. Twin Cltv Passenger. ..a 6:80 am a I -10 pm Bloux city i-asenger...a z:w pm au:30 am S.avuauu -an .m a. w.-av mut I Mlasonrl Paelge. Nebraska Local. Via - Weeping Water b 6:10 pm al0:2S am a Daily, b Daily except Saturday. d Dally except Saturday. a Dally except Monday, c eunaay oniy. DOMINION LINE SPECIAL NOTICE. Resumption of trips by ths Mammoth Pupuiat Twin ztcrew steamers "Commonwealth" fc 'New Kaglaad. TO THE EDITERRAHEATI From Boston Direct to GIBRALTAR. GENOA, NAPLES. Tho New England and Commonwealth will safl through to Alexandria on the J antra ry ara reoruury voyages. "New England." Dec. 6; Jan. 17; Feb. 2s. "Commonwealth," Jan. 2: Feb. 14; Mch. 21 "Vancouver. rov. Vi. Jan. 10. Feb. 21. "Cambroman Dec. 20. Jan. 31. March 14. A 10 sailings Boston to Llveroool. Port. land. Me., to Liverpool. For rates, book lets etc., apply 10 ioca agent or COMPANY'S OFFICE, 69 Dearborn St, CUICAQu. FOR KIDNAPING FOUR GIRLS Mn. Johanna Jjhr.joa and Poter Gaslafjon Are Under Amat MAN DENIES THAT HE WAS IN THE DEAL Declares that AH Arrangements (or Sending; the Jallusea Children to St. Lonls Were Made by "the Women." For the kidnaping of the four daughters of Rasmus Juliusen, Mrs. Johanna John son and Peter Custnfson have been arrested and a warrant has been issued tot the arrest of Mrs. Peter Gustafson. Mrs. John son was arrested Tuesday afternoon and yesterday Gustafson went to the polio station and gave himself up. Both were arraigned and their hearing set for No vember 25. Mrs. Johnson wis released under tl.000 bond. Gustafson was held under $500 bonds. Juliusen and Gustafson met In the room of the city prosecutor yesterday morning and for a time it looked s though the men would come to blows. Juliusen accused Gustafson of ruining his home and de manded to know his reasons for doing so. You stole my children and are keeping them from me," said Juliusen, "and I intend to see that you get your deserts. every one f you." His voice trembled with anger and his fist shook dangerously near Gustafson's face. Knew Children Were Cnlnsf. "I did nothing of the kind." replied Gustafson, "and you have had me ar rested for nothing. I knew the children were going to St. Louis, but I had nothing to do with their going. It was the fault of the women, lt lt was anybody's fault." "Then If you knew they were going you should have told me," angrily answered Juliusen as he took a step near Gustafson and the latter moved away. A friend then caught Juliusen by the arm and led him from the room. Gustafson satd he was at the station when the children left for St. Louis, but he wss there by accident and did not know the children were going to he there. They had asked blm to check their baggage, be said, but he had left the station with out doing so. "I advised the children not to leave borne," he said, "and I told them they would want to come back. They told tne Ihetr father said they could go, and, of course, It was none of my business. My wife or Mrs. Johnson had told me before that the children were going to St. Louis. Two of the girls were to live with Mrs. H. H. Clarke, one with a friend of Mrs. Clarke and the Other with Mrs. Johnson's Bister. - The women arranged , for their tickets and everything and I knew nothing about lt." Gustafson satd he Intended to go to St. Louis Monday, but as he had to sign a "paper" before going he did not catch the train. Mrs. Johnson Is Asrltated. Mrs. Johnson was greatly agitated over her arrest and said the children had not been kidnaped. "They told me," she said. "that their father said they could go to St. Louis and that he would be glad to get rid of them. I secured transportation for them and they went. As for the bed cloth- ' log taken from the house, the children had a right to take that. I gats all of It I to my sister before her death. I told the children to take it as It rlrMfnllv tie. longed to me." Mrs, Johnson was arrested at her home. 2727 South Tenth street, by Sergeant Hud son and at first refused to accompany the officer to the police atatlon. After her ar- -v- .... Incline In Ha Kvtrll anil wameu 10 sib in ihs capimm ouica laamq of being locked up In the matron's depart ment, "I shall remain right here," she said as she dropped down in a chair In the cap tain's office. "I don't Intend to bo locked up." Captain Haze then ordered the jailer to place her In a cell. This changed her mind and she arose with alacrity and aecom- panted the officer to the matron' depart - ment. where she remained until released on bond. Children at St. Lonls. As both Mrs. Johnson and Gustafson said the children had been sent to St. Loula. and the police know they were placed on the train here with transportation for that city, Juliusen and the police are satisfied I .. ,p. th. pa althor with Mra riirVa or wlth Mrg Johnson's sister. At either place juliusen told the police the children would 1 . . , . - a 1. , . . , w . u" wo' '" wum inui. I ...4 tnr than. Tf .hlMi.a are needed as witnesses at the preliminary I bearing an effort will be made to have the county secure them transportation from St. I Louis. Juliusen baa no money and will have none until his next pay day. For the present ha desires the children to remain where they are. No word bas been received from St. Louis, however, as to whether the children, arrived there. - PLAINTIFF IN DAMAGE SUIT I mr. va.... a. o.a.B m r. a i lord for Twenty-Fire Th aand Dollars, I Mrs. Johanna Johnson, whom Rasmus I Inllnaaii tiaa eanauait tn K nlaeawt tinitae ir. aaugniers ana tne' appropriation or ma l household goods, appears as plaintiff in a I suit for $26,100 damages, called for trial to I a lurv In Judra Slahaush'a court vesterdav I morning I "uu ' rnu-oiu, wig owned a property occupied py Mrs. Johnson at 1409 Jones street, and George Prktchett, her husband and rental agent.' It Is al- leged In the petition that the Prltcbetta bad I the plaintiff arreated for malicious destruc- I An. , ,,, .i..." . I " . tWa a I hols Into such apartment from her wash- rocm- uch cutting being dons with an ax- . I fa 1- ,. w n- .11 1 .w- L..:,, I ,u. auc. mat, imawo iwiei I taken to a Justice eourt and finally Indicted I br the grand lurv and forced to flht th. - r case In district eourt, she was obliged to make considerable outlay for attorney's services and was caused mental and pbya- I leal distress that, aa a whole, entitle her to the damages asked- A DOUBTING TTtOMAI. H d His railing; HaUi Stopped, an DandrnxT Cwre4. Wlthont rslth. K. B. Fletcher, Butte, Mont., Oct. MV 1899, says: "Llks many other people, I have been troubled for years with dandruff, and within the laat few montha my. hair came out so badly that I was compelled to have wbat I had left clipped very close. A friend recommended Newbro's Herplclde. I confess that I doubted hla story, but I ruff." erplelds a trial; now my hair Is as aa ever and entirely free from dand ruff." "Destroy the cause, you remove ths. effect.- At druggists, $1.00. Herplclde Is a delightful hair dressing for regular uas. Advance la Wages Promised. ST. LOUIS. Nov. 19. A notice has been posted at the various shops of the Wabash system to the effect that a revision of Uie stale of wages for sMIled labor had been, directed by the prealdant, and the superin tendents meet st Headquarters here today to go over the details, looking to a general advance if the scale Is found to be lower than those vX yU.nr Hues.