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Till: OMAHA DAILY IJEE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMHElt 3, 1002.
5 SPECIAL NOTICES r- - i , ' ' Atrrllwmtt for these mIii will be taken antll 13 in. for ! vealas; edition and mil .30 p. an. for morala and Sander edition. Rates, 1 l-2e a word ra laaectfaa, le a ward Iktrfiltfr. Nothing taken far leee than 2e far Ik Bret loecr. Una. Tkrif adverttsraneuta meet raa rontfrillTtlf, Advertlarra, br requesting; a krrrd rhrrk, raa han aaawera ad dressed to a numbered letter la ear at The Bee. Anawere ao addrraard will he delivered aa araaratatlaa 1 ta tktek only. Fon sale cigars, tobaccos. Don't put off buying your XMAS . PRESENTS too long. Select while the assortment is good. We have a splendid line of PIPES, CIGAR HOLDERS, Fancy and Unique SMOKING SETS. Anything you want in Cigars and Tobacco. SEE US BEFORE XMAS. Omaha's Largest Cigar House ... -... . I W. F. STOECKER, Prest. SITUATIONS WASTKU, WANT situation for general housework In family, of not more than five: wanes re quired. H per week; can give best of ref- trences. Auuress v, iee. -m o- WANTED Position by experienced young. lady stenographer; references. Address r 18, Kee. a in i- WASlXU-MALi; HELP. HUSTLING deputies wanted; men or women; splc.iiu.id contract. The Garden ers, 41u Lee Bidg. B 27a WANTKD. for II. S. Armv. able-bodied un- m.irrieu men itleii ages ul a and io, , cliUeiia of Lulled Btutes, of good char acter and teiupeiau: liaoitb, who can sneaa. read ana write English, i'or la- torinatlou apjuy to HecrultiiiK Otticeia, ltilli and Douga Bts., Mmaba, and P"' oillce buiiuing, Lincoln, Neb. B D-31 OOOD messengers wanted; high salaries. a. d. x. Co., m a. uth at. b mss WANTED, machine shop apprentice and two shop uos. Apply 41 JN. Main t.. Council Blutts. B MTHa WANTED, middle-aged man; good address; large acquaintance, city baviiik" ouiiiw. loth and uougias. r M,y BEiO what we have to offer men 10 n.u.u barber trade; years saved by our nieinod of free work, expert Instructions; tools presented; WHges baturuays; board pro vided; call or write. Moler Barber Col lege, 182 Dougias St. 1 ' B A1819 4 YOI'NG men everywhere, copy letters home .1','nlnun 17 week: send addressed en- vi lone tor narticulurs. f'lltiert. Dept. S Jul, -Box Hll, fhlmiieiphla. Pa. B 879 WANT ED I'ellable man or woman exrri. er.Ced in selling subscription books lor po sition as general Held manager, u. is. dimmer & Co., suite 523 New York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb. B M151D WANTED, boys to sell candy on street; good wages. Apply ii ao. loin m. B 216 2 WANTED, a jmall Job. of plastering done immediately. Inquire at 6o7 N-.- L.'f Bldg. i si WANTED, choristers for First Presbyterian church, also base and tenor soloists. Ap ply F. IL Wright, Bumgo uiug. a sm WANTED, an experienced card and Blgn writer. Apply, slating age, experience and reterenoe. lslui t WANTED, party to furnish and put on ... l' 3 .. k. . .. A . 1 . 4 p.. m, U 1 I storm windows on house. Address P 15, Btc office. ts an o wanted. Kood bov with a bicycle for de livery and to make hlmBelf generally use ful. Schaeler s Cut Price Drug Store, 16th and Chicago. B -U u w A MTT.TT1 P.verv where, hustlers to tack I JUt.lknl. nlnMll.r. BltinW PIP ' no canvassing; good pay. Sun Advents- Inc Bureau. Chicago. n m.oo o- ARB you dissatisfied with your work? Our free booklet, "Are Your Hands Tied?" tells how we have quallllea tnuusanos in pare time for salaried positions in more rnnirenlMl u.nrl irotltabl lines of work write International Correspondence Schools, Box 166H, Scranton, Pa., or call dav or evening, Omaha olllce, tl7 I'axton block. U 8 SALESMEN WANTED. EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambert Type- writers. Monroe & Co., tu xm. loin t., Omaha. m WANTED Two reliable salesmen to sell advertising hotel registers; big money; sells on sight; only those who mean busi ness need answer. Address Putnam Hotel Register Co.. 22a Main street, Dubuque, Iowa. 3' ' WANTED FEMALE HELP. 109 Girls. Call Canadian office, loth A Dodge. C lJi WANTED. Swedish or German girl for general housework; small family; good wag. Call at 126 B. Kith st. c M4o LADIES, writing at home evenings, 87 per week: particulars fiee to all; send ad dressed envelope. Filbert, Dept. 8 131, Box 1411, Philadelphia, Pa. C Hit WANTED, a good gir. for general house work. Apply sut I'oppieton Ave. C 458 WANTED Girl to do general housework in family of three: aood wages. Mrs. Slmeral, 976 N. toth ave. . C M471 WANTED, a refined young girl to do sec ond work in small family; good wugea paid. Call at 2026 Dodge street betweou i ana b p. ni. o WANTED everywhere, writing, copying' at home evenings; steady work; no mailing or cunvassinici good pay; for par ticulars send addressed envelope. Mana ger, Dept. 8 131. Box 1363, Philadelphia, pa. ... C 61 WANTED, a good girl for general house- work; good wages; no wailuug. 3636 La- layette, ave. C 203 2 GIRL for general housework. 2211 Blnuey si. v. him WANTED, girl 15 or 1 years old, to take care xt baby. 1331 B. 2. in. st. C M239 4 1 1 11 r r- WANTED, an experienced second girl. Mrs. Marsa, tot nne su an.i u- LADY to do compiling. Call Monday, room Id, paiterson bidg. . c mjiu a GIRL for general housework; good wages. Apply at once, roppieton. C-M273 5 $15 PER thousand copying letters at home; either sex, send two stamps (or particu lars. Biackny t Co., oocw iiaisted.-itii- cago. c Ji-'.5 r FOR RENT HOUSES. TO MOVE right get Omaha. Van Storage Co.; omce, uun raruaiu, or j n, is-mu. lirillQPC; In all parts ot city. The O. I1UUOLJ F. Davis Co., f-uk lite Bldg. u iKft 1020 BURT, rooms, modern, nice lawn, oaru. XJIS N. 19th. V-room, modern, 820 00. ZLji N. 19th, -ro-in, modern, 1maj. W. FARNAM SMITH CO., 1320 Farnam Bu D 796 UAOGARD Van Storage Co. Tel. 1496. ron BKiT-iioum. I-ROOM moiiem, near High school, 127.50. 8 room noose, 3in ana c nanee, ;o.oo. Inq. w-w cap. Ave. Houiaon. D (81 SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO. for cl. lca houses. 011-2 Is. X. IJle Bldg. Tel. lol D (61 HOUSES, a. a. Wallace, Brown Block. D IU FOR HENT, one 9-room houe, with gas, water nd sewer; Juit been placed In first-class repair; In good location. C. M. Bachmunn, 4JO-37 l'axlcn block. D 17V FOR RENT, forty seres In the city !mllt oi soutn umana; small nuse, excellent place for led yard. The Omaha healty Company. 13ul Douglas St., upstair. 1 MODERN, 8 room house, furnished, close. In, on car line In Council Blurts: owner would hoard with family. Address M, Bee onice, Council Blurts, u 201 HOUSES, Insurance. King wait. Barker bile J-ltfiOM modern house, 2317 Charles. Tele phone A-'Jui6. D 1j3 KOH RENT. 9-rom house. Just newly papered snd repaired, all modern except furnace. d St. and Foppieton Ave., us. Two 9-room houses, 30th and California Sts., u.l modern, city water and ewr, :. Oi.e 4-ruom house, 27th and Cuming- tits.. city water, llo. C M, BACIIMANN, 436-27 Paxton Elk. , D 52a NEAR 10th and Howard Sta., 12-room flat In first-cuu'S condition, two modern bain rooms, new plumbing; 6.00 per month. GEOHUE AND COMPANY, ltiul Farnam St IJ o2o U14 A FINE 4-room house. 3214 Charles 6t., 18. The Omaha Realty Co., IS1! Douglas, up stairs, u -11 -Rv.M, brlcki furnttce- la,linV;; S01 Cupltol ove. - DM213 8 610 BANCROFT ST., 4-room house. 8-ROOM house, modern Improvements. 1313 CHpitol ave. i-.nqu.re job ooidsmtn, room lit, United States bank building. D M241 3 f0R RENT, a brand new modern 6-room house, oil finish, new furnace (can burn either sott or hard coal), cement laundry room, fine porcelain bath, N. E. corner .Mti and wooiwortn sts... look at mis and you'll rent it. D M24t 24TH AND K STS., South Omaha, S nice 5- room cottages: rental. io per montn. Wililath K. Potter, receiver, S'VJ Urown block. tJ fli.M MODERN 7-room house, near park. 1509 S. ath. D tot 2741 8. 13TH ST., d-ronm cottage, city water, renta U. William K. Potuer, receiver, Brown block. D Mhs KOIl IIU.N I KIHM51IED ROOMS. DEWEY European Hotel, 13th and Farnam, $1 PER WEEK 422 S. ISth St., one block soutn oi court nouso. . " AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodga, ROYAL HOTEL, European. 16th & Chicago, HANDSOME steam heated room. 1909 Capl- tol Av K Miwa ROOMS for light housekeeping. 1S2314 How. arc - Bj u-w L. M. E hauls trunks; Telephone 80. i it, THE FARNAM 19th and Farnam streets. HJ Man STEAM HEATED rooms, 810 per month. Barker Hotel, utn and Jones bis. ' I ROOMS for light housekeeping. 1112 So. mn street. . ' i-n FRONT room, modern, J2 per week. 1717 v epsier. x ij wib ELEGANTLY furnished rooms In' new rnuderrv home; hot wate.r het; relerenoes. 116 Webster. - - B M482 THREE rooms, furnished for' light house keeping, steam heat. 313V loth su Flat L. ta 1 i- FOR RENT, in quiet private family, .'two ntceiy iurnisueu ruonw; would liui oojrei to giving board to right parties. Address PW, Bee... ... i-aii;B - AN ELEGANTLY furnished front room, , . . . ..... . ill.k L . steam heatiand bath. 203 8. 24th St. . e aa 4 FURNISHED ROOMS ASD BOARD. MERR1AM, comfortable winter home. Tel Si VrmVIOtJim Mnma A. wlfhm'lt hnanl rates reasonable. Midland Hotel, 16th and cnicago. iu PRIVATE family. 5o9 S. 28th ave. F M189 FOR RENT, nicely furnished room with board; house modern. Including te'e iilione: convenient to car line: also within walking distance. Price reasonable. 24u6 Cass st. Tel. A2o3. muio PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and during confinement; Da Dies adopted. iiVi 8. llh St. Mrs. Fisher. Tel. F-3213. ' F M238 Jl FOR RENT, nicely furnished rooms, with board: rooms single or ensuite: modern. including telephone; convenient to car line; also witnin warning aistance; terms reasonaoie. Appiy ztuo cau si. in. Ainw. F M26J FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES. KOR RENT, store In first-class location; rent reasonable. Apply it. c reters Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1268 FOR RENT, tba building formerly occu tjied bv The Bee at ki6 r arnam at.- it na tour stories and a basement which was formerly used as The Bee press room. This will le rented very reasonably'. If lnterebied apply at office to C. C. Rosa water, secreuiry. room lou. Bee building, 1 261 CENTRAL, grocery, drug, meat market. witn nxtures: also nne laundry, witn team beat and power.- Tiiard, 22V N. 2Ja. ... . , . 1446 STORE ROOM. 1615 HowaVd St., in good repair, with light basement. Iai.oO- ir month. GfcORGE fc COMPANY, 1601 Farnam St 1 -h4 ' 1H AGENTS WAN IKD. WANTED, canvassing agents In every county to solicit suuscriptions to uiu TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER, tii end v employment, with assured good in come. Agents in the country Willi horse and buggy especially desired. Canvassers make easily too to iluu per tooiitn. Ad dress, Ct-nury Farmer Solicitors Bur, Bee building, omana. w I l.OnO AGENTS wanted to sell desirable old- line insurance tor ine largest company in the world oi its age; no special con tract fakirs or leg pullers need apply. Wa 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. 3l First INai 1 LianK Bldg., umana. iseu. . j iiiii um AGENTS to sell Texas Oil and Mining Co.'i atoca; nrst-ciass investment; good Com missions; liberal contract. Texas Oil and Mining Co.. Box 92, Lawlon, Okl. . J-M7S9 4 AGENTS wanted In each locality to organ ire uiiormauon cuius tor tne opening of me noseouo; no canvassing required, in close stamp, (j. j. Cornier, Box Ti-. J-M276 8 WANTED TO RENT. WANTED, to rent, furnished room for two gentlemen, within walking distance; state pi ice. Auuresa f to. Bee. lv AL3u ! WANTED, to rent, furnished house for winter, I to rooms. Address P 14 Be office, K-M233 8 WANTED, to buy 2d-hand piano; must be in gooo condition and reasonable. A.I drew 1' 10, Hee. . K M224 MAN and wife, no children, desire room and ooara in lamuy wnere there ar no too many boarders. Address P U, Bee. K-M224A1 WANTED, to buy horse for delivery wagon; must be serviceably sound and mi. Address r i. Bee. 4' WASTED TO HEfT. TOt'Na lndy would Uk room and board In family where ran have use of piano about three averting a week. Address V n, He. K M220 6 ... i . - - WASTED TO BCT. WANTED, to buy, a second-hand bugsy In aooa condition. Address i' a, tiee omce. N-Mill 4 WANTED, to buy, a good piano; prlca must be reasonable. Address 1' 71, Boa olllce. N Milo b WANTED, to buy, good Id-hand buggy for cash; price must be right. Addreos I'll, Bee. N Mm FOIt RALK Fl RSITl'RE. CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel. 21M New and seoondhand, bought, sold, exchanged. O 471 FOR SALE, furniture for 12-roomed house at a bargain; must be sold In 10 days. Address t , Bee office, Council Bluffs. O-202 t Kill SALE HOUSES, W AOO.VS, ETC. NEW and secondhand vehicles for sale cheap. H. Frost, 11th and Leavenworth. P 72 GOOD family horse. 1318 Farnam. r-jjiij una FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. NEW and 2d-hanJ typewriters. Hit Farnam FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to t.iy other musical instrument , ta up. The Wtlitnann Co., 1631 Faroam. . W 474 FOR SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican hairless dugs. Address K s, Bee. Q M917 FENCE LATH Tor quick shipment, crib bing. Combination, ladders. 9ul Douglas. Q-M473 INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam. 4 " 2DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam, J 47 PIANO for sale or trade; want horee and buggy, u a, nee. w xutt uii TE LADIES and Rents' watches, lit) dla - .tiondh, left In pawn, good as new, selling at half price. Diamond Loan Office, 14ol uougias. U Mibl D'ia BUY or sell pool tables. Kern, 321 S. 12th. j i-is BARN for sale. Inquire 1914 No. 24th St Q M787 CHRISTMAS perfumes. - Write for catalog, Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., Omuha Q MSil D28 HRfONniiAND billiard and nool tables: billiard tables repaired: a large stock of cheap bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc. The Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Co., 407-9 So. loth. jwis w UPRIGHT Hamilton Piano, good as new . 203 8. 24th. Q-254 8 CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1614 Cass St. 8480 MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist, 315 8. 15. a u ELECTRIC TREATMENT. MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, Id floor, R 2. X &-SJ MISS DUVAL, manicuring. 115 Howard, nut A. . T M0o li. MME. AMES, apor baths, 124 N. loth, R..7. GRACE O'BRYAN of Kentucky. 720 S. 13th, l to uii PERSONAL. DR." ROT, chiropodist; corns and superflu ous hair-removea- oy !iectrioiiy. n. is, renzer diock. ' .... u ox V1AVL -Woman's Way to Health. Home treatment,- Booklet iree. - 4ti iiee uiag. Omaha; ' u GRAMOPHONES and sapfHe, wholesale and retail. Collins Piano Co., itux uougias, u M RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE CO., 932 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha. U 485 DR. B. M. JACKSON, specialist in chronic diseases, looo 1-arnam Hi. consul nation free. U 843 ELITE PARLORS, 615 8. Uth st, 2d floor. u-4j uia PRIVATE hosoltal before and during con nnement; names ooardea ar.o auopiea, xurs. uaroeis, laae. lei. rveu-i-vM . U-488 TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. messengers. U MS51 WE RENT sewing machines at 75c per week, we repair and sell parts lor any machine manufactured. NEBRASKA CYCLE CO., Phone 1663. Corner 15th and Harney Sts. HI Broadway, Council Bluffs. Phone B-618. 612 North 21th St., So. Omaha. Phone 4366, M 845 6 HEADQUARTERS for Edison phono graphs, and ictor taiKing machines and records. Nebraska Cycle Co., Cor. 15th and Harney Sts. U MS44 6 ALICE, where art thou?" Why don't you write? Have Important news for you. J. E. B. U M225 3 THE girl who had an appointment with tan, oarx compiexionea man at east door of P. o. Saturday at 8 p. m. can learn particulars- by addressing Richard Man ning, general delivery, Omaha. U-M219 6 SOCIALIST headquarters, 519 N. 16th St. Literature of ail kinds, treating on all subjects. U 262 Janl FREE, a bottle of choice wine. Corkscrew ana Uold-r.dged wnisxy glass witn every order of Prlmo Rye, at 83.10 a gallon. Charges prepaid. Meyer Klein, wholesale Uquor dealer, Omaha. ' U 261 EGGS, 20C PER DOZ. T. sV E. Batterton, grocers, 324 N. 18th St U 280 YOUR health demands you read "What to Eat. Newsdealers, loc. or 1'ierce i'ud Ushlng Co., Chicago. U M261 3 MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE. 4V4 PER CENT on business property. 5 per cent On residence property. Options to pay wnole or part any time. W. B. MEIKLE, 401 S. 15TH St. W 48 MONEY- to loan on Improved Omah real estate. Brennan-Love Co., JW B. inn. W-490 4 TO 6 P. C. money. Beoila, Paxton Blk. W 491 FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H. 1 nomas, irst rsat. nana Biug. Tel. l&ta. W 492 FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros.. 1804 raruaro, w 193 WANTFD city loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Faruatn street. W-495 WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds and warrants. K. C. Peters sc Co., 17(3 arnam at., ut Bldg. W 496 PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas. W 494 WANTED. 85.000 loan on first-class reel es tate security, inquire Bllxt at Lovgren, room iot-i klluij uioca.. w M1.1 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team sters, boarding nouses, etc., without se curity; easiest terms; 40 offices in prin cipal cities. Tolnian, 440 Board of Trade Bldg. X AMI MONEY loaned on furniture, live stork Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan CO.. cue to una ureeu, uarner 010c. X-00J MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried people; business confidential; lowest rates. kl4 paxton bioca. The J. A. liutton Co. X 491 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. MONEY WHEN you find It necesaary to borrow five us a trial, alter wnicn we win, oy air treatment, attempt to retain your patronage. We loan from flu up on fur niture, 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 tiling papers and our service is uulca and couiidmilaL We always try to please our patrons. OMVHA MORTGAUE LOAN CO., Ill Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 3295. (Established 1992.) iv South Pith St. X-4U9 tllllllttttt lllil III II fit till! DO YOU NEED MONEY! MONEY TO LOAN $ ON FURNITURE AND SALARIES. i 810 to 8bu0 loaned on FURNITURE, I PIANOS, ETC., and to salaried people 8 at very lowest rales and lor any length I of time, wuuwui v. ivinuviug the property. Payments can be made I I to BUit your convenience. Call and get our terms before going I 1 "'"RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY, t Room 303. Third Floor, Paxton Block. 9 1 1 III I III 1 1 MM 1 1 II Ulllll III It art- RORROW MONEY WHERE you can get it on FURNITURE, COWS, ETC.; also on BALAR1ES. WHERE you get It on snort notice and without publicity. ' WHERE you pay tor only the time money IS in use. WHERE you can return It on easy weekly or monthly payments. wurRK vou ael the lowest rates. WHERE can you do better? 633 Paxtoo Blk. 16lh and Farnam Sts. X 008 MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew elry, horses, cows, etc. r. need, sis n.i X-603 BUSINESS CHANCES. WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange your business or property quica see j. II. Johnson, 843 N. Y. Llie. Y-MuOi WANT to buy. sell or trade a business? Go wee Wilson, w allies as vo., 411 to 41s Paxton block. x-w TO GET in or out of business call on Wil liams, Room 411, McCague building. Y-604 FOR SALE, hardware and Implement stock in Swanton, ballne county, iseo. ; tne only Implement stock in town; a bargain to any one wishing to engage in the im plement business, For particulars ad dress Lock Box 17, S anion, Saline Co., xseD. .VI J J o PERFUMES 2,000 kinds. Catalogue. Sher man & McConnell Drug Co., omana. Y M22 D28 IF YOU want to get in or out of business or huv or sell property communicate with Northwestern Clearing Company, First National Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Y M178 CASH for your real estate or business, no matter where located; if you desire a quick sale send us description and price, Northwestern Business Agency, D 312, Bank of Commerce Building, Minneapolis, Minn. Y-M129 D31 HAVE 82,000 cash would like to invest in business where my business ability will find employment and good profit. Ad dress, giving particulars, r lb, nee omce, Y 26a 1 MUST be sold on account of Sickness, good paying feed and coal business; No. 1 lo cation., inquire at ux) B. Mia st. Y-258 4 V6r SALE HEAL, I2STATE. RANCH and farm lands 'for sale by the Union Paclilc Railroad company, u. a. " McAllester, land commissioner, Union Pa c.tlc Headquarters, omajja. Neb. RE 606 W. C. CHISSELL for BARGAINS In real ! estate. loli Jones SA- ..U'hdde 1721. , , . lill via HOUSES and lots In all parts of. city; also . .. .1 r.. 1 . u Tha n VP HCIO uiuijeiiy aim . . v - Davis Co., Room 652. Bee Bldg. RE 610 SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK & CO. for choice bargains. 601 N. X. Lite Bldg. lei. loiw RE 6u HARRISON & MORTON offer a special bargain In modern cottage In today's paper. READ THEIR AD, then telephone 314 or call at 813 N. Y. Life. ACT QUICKLY. RE 213 2 FOR SALE. Residence on Worthlngton st. near Brown ell Hall, rooms, orica, modern in every way, witn gooo oarn, large lot, ss.uoo. GEORGE & CO., 1601 FARNAM ST. RE M179 3 Ull I lAMON CHARLES E., 120J Farnam street. RE 509 COTTAGE FOR SALE. 11,600 for 1M7 Lake St., half-block Lake St. scnooi, 0 rooms, city water, place is in first-class condition, lot 52x72 feet. GEORGE & CO., 1601 FARNAM ST. RE M153 t DO YOU WANT TO SELL A FARM? If -vou want to sell a farm or ranch, tell tho farmers and stockiaisers about it The best way to reach them is through THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. This agricultural weekly goes to SE.OOO homes of farmers and stockralsers, so If you have a good piece of land to rell at a reasonable price you ought to find a buyer among them. The cost of an ad la small 2 cents per word. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER UIHAHA, INtB. RE H WE offer, till sold, 6-room, all modern cottage, built for a home, oak finish downstairs, full cemented cellar, good furnace, . porcelain bath, gas, sewerage, etc.; east tront on N boulevard, no special paving tax (street ' taken care of by Park board); owner compelled to make a change, and will sell for 12,500; part cash. ACT QUICKLY. HARRISON ft MORTON. RE-218 1 HASCALL HALL Large two-story building, 160x00 feet, 1923- li ao. i sin street l his Duiiuing is su It able for manufacturing or warehouse purposes. Substantially built Cost 140,000. Will sell with ground 120 feet square at a very low figure. 83,000 Two-story frame store building, with flat above; Ivm Douglas st. ; Tot 22 x 11,200 Two frame cottages, 2813 and 2816 N. 15th ave.; lot 4ix&. The Omaha Realty Company. 1301 Dougla Street (Upstairs). RE-M815 TAKE A GOVERNMENT TIMBER CLAIM now, as they ar-j getting scarce; good yel low pine timber claims running from t,0u0,0oo to 8.ouo,uu0 feet per quarter section. nave inspected same ana win take a number ot eopie from nere, arriving at the timber on December 9. 2J. ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS WILL BE SOLD. Government price, 82.50 per acre. For further information as to des tination and rates tall upon or write to E. L. Lomax, General Passenger Agt U. P. R. R , or Geo. M. Reed, Grangevllle, Idaho, formerly of the firm of R. c. reters at co. KB 128 6 HARRISON MORTON. FARMS. RE 826 D17 KELSEY'B wall paper, 17th and Douglas. Phone IfOL KE 71 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. MOORE'S SUBDIVISION. Beautiful east front lots, 27th Ave., be tween Lake and Grant, high, sightly, car line, city waier, gas, sewer, good neigh borhood, io sell quickly 1 offer these line 40 FOOT LOTS FOK 300. On easy payments. Nothing so cheap or so good in that part or the city. START A HOME, MAKE AN INVESTMENT, BUY A CHRISTMAS GIFT. Save your money by buying one of these choice lots, cure to be worm more. GEORGE O. WALLACE, Brown Block. RK &2 SIIWH 1'AIAND AND 11 1'EWHl TING. GREGG 8. H., Touch T. W., Bus. Brsnches, lelcg. cat. tree. urn. com. col., li Doug. A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 71J N. Y. Lite. 614 BOY LES college, court reporter principal. IS. X. LAIe. 614 NEB. Business at Shorthand College, Boyd 1 1 heater. ola PATENTS. H. J. COWGILL No fees unless success ful. 218 8. loth St., Omaha. Tel. 1798. PATENTS Sues & Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb., and Equitable Bldg.. Washington. D. C. No fee If we fall, illustrated hand book free. Only western firm having a Washington cilice. Patents sold. MS42 Janl LAW AND COLLECTION'S. STILLMAN t PRICE. 23 U. 8. NT Bk. Bid. JO NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., 401-403 N. T. Life bldg., attorneys and collectors every, where. 434 NEB COLLECTION CO., 305 N. Y., Life. i6S J i MEDICAL. DR. PRIES treats successfully all .dis eases anu irregularities ot women, nom any cause; experienced and reliable. 1513 Dodge St., Arlington oiock, umana. ix-u. M236 MAN I FACTORING, p. MELCHOIR, Uth and Howard, ma chinist oi OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe dally of lire escapes, shutters, doors and sales. U. Anareen, irup., iu do. iviii st. 617 DETECTIVE AGENCY. CAPT. THOS. CORMICK. private detective, 617 Karbach block. Telephone A-z&sz. 436 D-16 STORAGE. OM. Van Stor. Co., J511H Farn. Tela. 1559-863. M VANS and baggage wagons. Tel. 1195. 214 UARUAUE. ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and dead animals at reduced prices. o21 N 16th Tel. 1779. 919 PAWNBROKERS. EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat ing; all business confidential. 13ol Douglas. THINKS AND BAGGAGE. TWIN CITY EXP., 'Phone 1717. 606 8. 16th. 3-1 THE DEPOT on time. L. M. E. Tel. 780. M 649 BALE TIES. OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th. 9oO TICKET BROKERS. CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere. P. H. Philbin, 15o5 Farnam. 'Phone 784. 922 EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc G. R. Rathbun, Room 15, Com ! Nat, bank. 920 ELECTRICAL REPAIRING. THOS. DURKJN, electrio light wiring. tei. Z44S. two ij" AUTOMOBILES, ELEC. Automobiles. Derlght, 1119 Famaiu. 932 LAUNDRY. OMAHA Steam Laundry: shirts. 8c: collars. 2c; cuffs. 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. TeL A-17t3. 934 PRINTING. WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Linotype Composition. 511 So. 13th, 92S FUR DRESSING. O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 8. 13th. 937 J. E. WALLACE, 605 8. 13th St. M775 INDIAN BASKETRY. INDIAN BASKETRY easily learned by anyone; a popular and lucrative pustime full line of supplies and books teachlm work. STEWART'S, 119 N. 16lh; send for samples. M240 Jl WANTED TO BORROW. S500 FOR one year, 8 flrBt mortgage, on clear 100 acrefc. Address p 6, Bee. 11214 S GOLD AND SILVER PLATING. J OM. PLATING CO.. Bee bldg. Tel. 2335. UPHOLSTERING. OMAHA Furniture Repair. W'ks., 2201 Far. nam. Tel. 2481. 249 Janl FLORISTS. BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender son. Tel. ut, 1519 Farnam Bl., Omaha. -2t MASQUERADE COSTUMES. THEO. LIE BEN, 1018 Farnam, costumes. MW STAMMERING AND STUTTERING. CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramge Bldg, 1-4 TAILORING. LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re modeled. Joe xousen. 1411 Farnam St. M930 CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing promptly atienueu to. j. i. ucnutree 2"th and Lako streets. 370 TYPEWRITERS. WHY pay more? Lambert, 825; superior to 8100 machines. Beut on approval. Monroe t t o . mi is. loin nt.. omana. HORSE BLANKETS. HARNESS, saddles, suit cases and valkfes. cornian, iziv g arnam at. l et 2314 17 D29 ACCORDION PLEATING. GOLDMAN Pleating Co., Room 100, Doug, las Block. iU OSTEOPATHY. ID. E. ft ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths. Suite 615, N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. ltt. sis rs. Grace Deegan, 533 ltee Bldg. Tel. 29-VS. :t7 LIGHTNING RODS. MA1IA Lightning Rod Co.. K.12 Webster St , mnnul tcturiTs of snd wholesale and retail dealers In copper cable lightning rod a 2.'.9 Janl LOST. LOST Gold-bound spectacles between Pee Miig. and 1 he Farnam. Monday eve.; re turn to Diamond C premium store mid get rewsrd. Ist M276 4 GOVERNMENT NOTICE, OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTEU- mnster. Fort leavr-nworth, Kansas, No- ember 29. 19o2. Sealed proposnis. in tripli cate, will be received here until 11 o'clock, . m.. Central time, December 13. 1'.'2, and hen opened, for furnishing and delivering, In good condition, F. O. R. cars, at Fort avenworth. Kansas, approximately t-0 tons castiion water pipe eSO tons 12-Inch nd 60 tons ltv-lncn together with fittings, alves. lead, oakum, meters, tools, etc.. for same. Bidders must state in their proposal he time In which they will complete d liv ery, as time will be an important item In maklg award. Full information blank tortus f proposal and specifications rurnlsncd on ppllcutlon to this office, Spclticatlons can Iso be seen nt Mice of Depot Ouarter- niHStcr at Chicago, St. Louis and Omaha. nlted States reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals or any part thereof. Envelopes to be Indorsed "Pro- osals for Iron pipe, etc.. and addressed to Major D. E. McCarthy. Quartermaster, U. S. Army. N2U dtt Dll-12 FOSTOKI'ICE NOIHH. (Shti'ld be read DAILY by all Interested. s changes may occur at any lime.) Foreign niuiis for the. week endlne De cember 6, 19o2, will clofe (PROMPTLY in li cusoji at the n-inial posuniice as fol lows: PARCELS POST MAILS close one our earlier ihau closing time shown be low, l'u reels l'ost malls lor Germuny close top. m. Monday, per s. 8. Kaiser v illiain er Grosse; Friday, per s. s. Pennsylvania. Regular and supplementary malls rloo t foreign station half hour luter than clos ing time shown below texct pi that supple mentary mails for Europe and Central America, via Colcn, close one hour later at foreign station). Transatlantic Malls. WEDNESDAY At 4 a. m. for IRELAND (letter mail only), per s. s. Celtic, via Queenstown (prints for Ireland and let ters and prints for other parts of Europe must be directed "per s. s. Celtic "); at 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE, per s. s. St. Louis, via Southampton. THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE. SWITZERLAND. ITALY, SPAIN, POR TUGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT, GREECE, BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR Cit'EZ, per s. s. La Champagne, via Havre (mail fur other parts of Europe must be directed "per s. a. La Cham pagne"). SATURDAY At 5:30 a. m. for EUROPE, .ier a, B. v.lim iu ii io., , ia xuicuaiunu, ui I a. in. for ITALY' direct, per s. s. Lahn (mail must be directed "per s. s. Lahn"); at 7:30 a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct per s. s. Hyndam (mail must bo directed "per s. e. ltyndam"); at 8 a. m. for BEL GIUM direct, per s. s. Zeeland (mall must be directed "per s, s. Zeeland "); ac 9:30 a. m. for SCOTLAND direct, per s. s. FurnesBla (mall must be directed "per s. s. 1' urnessla "); at 11 a. m. for DEN MARK (ll'ect, per e. s. Nori?e (mail must be directed "per s. s. Norge' ). PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer takes printed matter, commercial papers and samples tot Germany only. The same class of mall matter for other parts of Europe will not be sent- b tuts ship un less stiecla'.li directed by it. After' the closing ot the supplementary transatlantic mills, named auove. addi tional supplementary mailt: -r opened on the ' piers of the American, English, French and German steamers, an-; remain epen until within ten minutes of the hour of sailing of steamer. Malls for Santh and Central America, Weat Indies, Etc. ' ' WEDNESDAY At 9130 a.' m. for FOR TUNE ISLAND, I'ORT AU PRINCE, AUX-CAYKS and J ACM EL, per s. s. Flandria (mall for other parts of Haiti must be diiected 'per s. s. Flandria")! at 11:30 p. m. for JAMAICA, per s. s. Ad miral Sampson, from Philadelphia. THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA. YUCA TAN. CAMPECHE. TABASCO and' IirAT-4lJ .. 1M11. imnlt iVis GUANTANAMO and SANTIAGO, per 8. 8. Orizaba. FRIDAY At 8 a. m. for BRAZIL, per s. s. Tennyson, via Fernambuco, Bahlu, itlo Janeiro and Santos (mall for Northern Brazil, Argentine, Uruguay and Paraguay must be directed "per s. s. Tenn.von"r, at 10 a. m. for ST. MARC. PETIT GOAVE, I'ORT AU PRINCE. AUX CAYES and J ACM EL, per s. s. Prlns Wll lem 11 (mail for other parts of Haiti, Curacao, Venezuela, Trinidad, British und Dutch Guiana must be directed "per s. s. Prlns Willem 11"); at 12 m. for MEXICO, per s. s. Seneca, via Tampieo (mail must be directed "per e. s. Seneca"); at 12:30 p. m. for 1NAGUA and HAITI, per s. s. Lauenburg; at 12:30 p. in. (supplementary 1:30 p. m ) for LEEWARD and WIND WARD ISLANDS, BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH' GUIANA, per s. s. Fonta belle (mail for Grenada and Trinidad must lie directed "per 8. 8. Fontabelle"). SATURDAY' At 8 a. m. for BERMUDA, per s. s. Pretoria; at a. in. ior runiu RICO, per s. s. Ponce; at 9 a. m. (supple mentary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per s. s. Zulla (mail for Savanllla and Cartagena muat be directed "per 8. s. Zulla"); at 9:30 a. m. (supple mentary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA, SA VANILLA, CAR TAOKNA and GREYTOWN. per s. s. Valencia (mall for Costa Rica must be directed "per s. s, Valencia ); at io a, m. for CUBA, per s. s. Mexico, via Havana; at 10 a. m. for GRENADA and TRINI DAD, per s. s. Tdaracas; at 2 p. m. for ARGENTINE, URUGUAY and PARA GUAY, per a. S. Soldier Prince. Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to North Kvdnev. and (Pence ny steamer, close at this office dally at 6:30 P. m. (connecting close here every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday). .. Malls for Mlquelon. by rail to Boston, and thence by steamer, clo-a at this orllc dally at 6:3u p. m. Mails for Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and thence by steamer, close at this office daily, except Thursday, at 5:30 a. m. (the connecting clotc-s are made on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays). Malls for Mexico City, . overland, unless specially addressed for dispatch by steamer, close at this office daily, except Sunday, at 1.80 p. m and 11:30 p. m , Sundays at 1 ?i. m. and 11:30 p. m. Mails for Costa tlta. Belli, Puerto Cortes and letter mail for Guatemala, by rali to New Or leans, and thence by i.fumtr, close nt this office' dally, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. m. and U:30 p. m., Sundays at i p. 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 MlO p. m. for Costa Rica). Registered mail closes at 6 p. m. previous aay. Transpacific Malls. Mails for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to December 1, inclusive, for dispatch per a. a. Zea- anuia. Malls tor Tahiti and Marquesas Islands, via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to December "l. Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s. Mariposa, Malls for China and Japan, via Tacoma, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to De cember 2. Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. olympla. Malls for Australia (except West Aus tralia, which goes via Europe, and New Zealand, which goes via San Francisco), and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver and Vic toria, B. C, close here dally at 6:8u p m. after November 22 and up to December 6, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. a. Aorangl. Malls lor Hawaii, Japan, China and Phil ippine Islands, via San Francusco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to December 6, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Doric. Malls for Australia (except West Australia, which is forwarded via Europe) New Zea land, Fiji, Samoa and Haw-all, via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:3o p. m. after December and up to December 13, Inclusive, tor dispatch per s. s. Sl- trra. lf the Cunard steamer carrying the British mail for New Zealand does not arrive in time to connect with this dispatch, extra malls closing at 6:30 a m., 9.30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sundays at u a. m., s a. tn. and s:30 p. m. will be made up and forwarded until the arrival of the Cunard steamer.i Malls for Hawaii, China, Japan and Philip, pine Ulands, via San Francisco clnsn ; here dally at 6:30 p. m. up tq December 14, Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s. Nip- Malls for China and Japan, via Vancouver and Victoria. B. (.'.. tioke here dallv at other parts of Mexico mu.t T directed ! that ho will report in favor of their admls; "per s. a. Vigllancla"); at 12 m. (supple- i slon. Tho department undoubtedly will fol n,'n,?2'. I-' P- '" . .f.JT. . HA HAMAS, I lnw hiB recommendation in this matter, and 6:30 p. m. up to December 23, Inclusive. IMTOFFH'E MITII P.. for tllsrstch prr s s. Emwreoo of tndli (registered mail most .e r'Vclnllv ad dressed. Merchandise f-v' l i. i'nsta Agency nt Shanghai cut JV, re forwardes via CntiRilH). Malls for the Philippine Islands, via Pan Francisco, rlo h.i- daily nt 6:30 p. m. up to December 27, Incuslve, for dis patch per U. b. Transport. Trnnstvieino mnlls are forwarded ti pnrl of sailing ilnlly ind the schedule of rlns:n( Is arranged on the presumption of thelf uninterrupted overland transit. Reels, tered mMI close at 6 p. m. previous day. CORNELIUS VAN 'Oi'T, Postmister Postolllce, New York, N. Y., November 2S 1!"2. L. ... . . .... . S NOVEMBER CROP CONDITIONS Too Rank Growth In Some Sections and Hessian Fly tn Others Un favorable to Wheat. WASHINGTON, Dee. 2. The Weather bu. reau ha Issued the following statement ol crop conditions for November: The month was marked by exceptionally mild temperatures In all districts east ot the Rocky mountains, with excessively heavy rains on the north Pacldc coast sod from the lower Atlantic to tho west gulf coast and over tho Average in a large por tion to the routh Atlantic and gulf states. Tbo reports generally show that winter wheat was in very promising condition at the close of the monlh. With ample mois ture and exceptionally mild tcmperaturn throughout the month tho crop mado rapid advancement and too rank growth Is very generally reported from tho central val leys in Oklahoma and Texas. In the early sown the Hessian fly hal appeared extensively, but this pest has not affected the late sown, which Constitutes much the greater part of tho total acre age. In Texas some fields of (ho early sown are from twelve to eighteen Inches high and are liable to injury from cold. On the north Pacific coast the weather has been very unfavorable for seeding. WORKING ON A TRUST LAW Judiciary Committee Loses No Time In Holding; Merllnar to Con. alder Legislation. WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. The Judiciary committee of the house held its first meet ing today and took prompt action In the direction of getting an anti-trust measure before congress at the earliest possible mo ment. Mr. Jenkins (Wis.), who has becomo act ing chairman owing to tho retirement of Judge Ray, referred all measures dealing: with trusts to the subcommittee ot which Mr. Ltttlefield of Maine is chairman, and the subcommittee will go to work at once. It 13 the hope ot Mr. LIttlcfH'lil that a bill can be reported out of the full commit tee before the adjournment of the Christ mas holidays. The committee today unani mously voted to request the speaker to ap point Mr. Jenkins chairman of the com mittee. REPORT FAVORS THE SCHOOL Universal Brotherhood Concern at Point I.omit; C'al., Able to Care for Cuban Children. WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. Commlsslonoi General Sargent of tho Immigration bureat has returned from California, whero ha made an Investigation Into the Universal Brotherhood school at Point Lotna, In con nection with the question of whether tho eleven Cuban children now held at New York and destined for that school should be admitted. While Mr. Sargent has not made his final report, it is learned on good authority that he finds the school provided with ample means to take care of the children, anil the children will be admitted within a day or two. SENATORS FIGHTNEW STATES Admission of New Mexico and Arlsona to (he Union Meets with Strong; Opposition. WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. The republican nrabers of the senate committee on terri tories who are opposed to reporting the statehood bill as it passed the house of rep resentatives were again today in confer ence, Senator Quay being the only absentee. They were engaged principally in going over the testimony recently taken by the senate committee in New Mexico and Ari zona with the view to making as strong a Bhowing as possible In opposition to tha admission of those two territories. TIMBER IS ILLEGALLY CUT Complaint Made In the Federal Court A urn I list the Denver Jk. Rlo Grande Company. DENVER, Colo.. Jan. 2. United Statel District Attorney Earl M. Cranston has filed a suit in the federal oourt here against the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad company and the contractors furnishing It .with ties for its road, to compel an accounting for tim ber nlleged to have been Illegally cut from government land In the southern part ot this state. A restraining order was at once granted by Judge Hallett to prevent the felling of any more timber In the regions mentioned In the complaint. Frank J. Park, the tim ber agent, who has made the affidavits upon which the suit is based, estimates that be tween 40,000,000 and 60,000,000 feet of lum ber have been Illegally taken from the tim ber reserves. TRAIN RUNS INTO A ROCK One Mast Killed and Several Injured In a Wreck on Rlo Grande Weatern. GRAND JUNCTION, Colo., Dec. 2. The Pacific coast limited, westbound, on the Rlo Grande Western railroad, ran into a huge rock slide two miles east of West, water, Utah, this morning, one man being killed and two Injured. Dead: FIREMAN C. W. BEEDLE, Helper, Utah. Injured: Engineer John Cummlngs of Grand June tlon; left leg broken, right foot crushed and Internal injuries; will recover. Mall Clerk Benson of Ogden; shoulder broken and internal Injuries; may die. The engine was demolished and all the cars except the rear Pullman derailed. None of the passengers were seriously hurt. The Children's Favorite. One of tbe greatest difficulties encoun tered when children are ill la the objection they have to taking medicine. Tbe remedy must be pleasant or the patience of tbe par ent Is exhausted before It Is successfully administered. Mr. O. G. Wagner of Spring Grove, Pa., overcomes this annoyance by using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He says his little boy always asks for it when ever he catches cold. This remedy has be come the children' favorite, aa It is pleas ant to takb and it always cures and cures quickly.