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TIIR OMATTA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, JIJIN E n. 1!0f,.
SPECIAL NOTICES Will fee taken aatll la an. for ke Trains edition nnd antll M HO p. ftaea, 1 1-Sc a word Inl Insertion, la a word thereafter. Notklaa: tnkea far less thaa aiVe for the Int lurr tloa. Thrif advertisements mast fce raa eenseeetlvely. Ad Misers, kf rtitls a mta V . - ... ...were ad. Mriard to laakFrrt letter la raro f The Ilee. Answers ao addressed will be delivered oa presentation, of the keck onl, ' WASTKD-MALC HELP. ' ; BOYLES -COLLEGE. A high grade school of business, shorthand, tuuen typewriting and Kiigllnti prancnes. DAk AND EVENING. Call, write or 'phone for prospectus. H.B. BOX DES. President, N. V. Life il'dg., Omaha, Neb. ' i ' 650 VIRST-CLA8B messengers wanted; a;ood salary, a. t. Co., ai Bo. uta at. ' u oil TWENTY-FIVE., school teachers for sum mer work at good salaries. Bee Man' agar, WO Ww blk. ' i-uai .WANTED Bo jr with wheel. Good wages Sherman McConnell imif Co., cor. 16 th and Dodge. B M244 V ANTED, for U. S. army, able-bodied un- married men between ages ot HI and 35; citizens of United Htates, of good char acter find temperate habits, who can speak, read and writ English. For In formation acdy to Recruiting Officer. 16th and Dodge sts., Omaha, and Mont gomery buildings, iincoin, rxee. WANTED Men everywhere, good pay, to distribute .circulars, adv. . matter, tack signs, etc.: no canvassing. National Adv. Bureau, Chicago. ' B 6c J4x WANTED Men to learn barber trade. The only way to save yeara of appren tlceehio Is by 'our method of free prac tice and condensed ' Instructions. We sruaxanlee positions, grant diplomas and pay Saturday . wagea. Call cr write Molcr Barber College, 1308 Douglas St. B M778-6X WANTED Hardware clerk: honest, ener- getid young man with some experience in hardware and tin shop. Call on L. fc.. Dvtigan. .prlngfleld. Neb. B M 800 3x WANTED Good sollcttora for city work; we pay salary. Bee manager Wednesday. 123 New io.-K lAto Building, umana. B ESMt ftflvrttNVBNT Bosttlons! 14.983 appoint- nienta last year; excellent opportunities for young toeople; our civil acrvlce cata logue rives full Information free. Com blan Correspondence College, Washingti d. a SALESMEN WANTED. W A NTED T wo aaleSMten salary or com mlsblen. T. F,: Adams Co., 1610 Howard yj ooi BALE8MEN for - Lambert tpewriters, 120. Nona better. Monroe St Co.. till N. Mia. 56S r WANTED FEMALE HELP. ' 4 lOtOtrla,. Call Canadian efflce, 16th & Dodge. WAMBiVi girt IOC- RWlcrw uuunnvin n tent girl. 8027 Chicago Bt. . iw WANTED. . rlrl for general housework. 2i2& California street. Call after 2 p. m. WANTED.' : experienced crockery . sales- lady. Address K. 40. Bee. . C-M242 WANTED; glrla for laundry work. Puri tan Laundry, cq.t. UtA aa vaie"-wj . T . . J . 1 " . ' I 1 1 wiMTirri ladles to learn - hair dressing. manicuring or facial massage. Our method la tree clinic, condensed jpstruc .tn ymm saved, small wages: call today. ' Moler College, 13U2 Douglas DU . - - - wiNTGn'iml rlrl for ceneral house work; also girl. . for. second work. Apply at All 8 28th Ave. . . . C MWI. WANTED, a second girl at Presbyterian hospital, Cur, 2th ana Maroy ''. COOK wanted; good wages. 666 8. fflth St. AN experienced crockery saleswoman, with reference. Aflareea e is, owm " . .C M87 I FOR RENT HOUSES. .. TO MOVK right get Omaha Van Storage Co., omce lultk arnam, or leia. imj-jw. y. tjinilCCC In all parts of1 the city. R. c. Peters Co., Bee Bldg. FOR RENT, t-room house, all modern ex cept turnace. iu in. sum ot., ju.uu. j. m. Hachman. 4.W-S7 Paxton Blk. D 318 FOR RENT, near High school. i&4S Caoltot Aye- lo-roora modnrn. 340. Tel. 67a. B.H. Roblson, 2&4 Capitol Are. HOUSR8, U upward. Bemla, Paxton Blk. CENTRAU BMMlern, 3-room flat, 220 N. 23d street, . usaaiu uril ICCC In all parts of the city. The O. nUUoDJ ry. lJavla C6.; 608 Bee Bldg. ' ; - .. .. ... u-rioa ( ... HOU8E8, Insurance, Ringwalt, Barker Blk. i a , i .i ii r PAYNE-BOSTWICK AV CO.-Choice' houBe Ml-601 New York Ufa Bldg. 'Phone ItAS. ..- ; - ' D-660 WE MOVE planns. Maggurd Van ft Stor age Co. Tel. KM. Ottice, 1713 Webster St. FOR RENT, eight -room detachej house and barn; large lawn end strictly modern. Apply Dodge SI. -Can.be seen today. ....... ... . . 1 1K1 ONE of those fine, all modern, 7-roora brick hnuii'i, 2'Jtli and Jsnrd Sta., 320.00. O. E. Turklngtonk6to Bee. D M221 FOR RENT. -room. house. .2839 Farnam St.; modem except furnace, in complete repair; newly minted and papered throughout, inquire at 007 N- X. ure. Itl.lg. l bi FOR RENT, a month, T-room com- riletely modern hmtse, nickel plated oiien plumbing, house newly painted, papered and varniaiiea mrougnoui; gooa as- ment with slate laundry tubs. Beautiful location; IrtJft Bo. 30th Ave., near two Hansoom park car lines. The Byron Reed Co., 313 .; llth St. ' 'D 293x I ROOM hmise. modern Improvements, 325 ter month. --11 1 ass St. inquire Joseph Goldsmith, reom 18, United States Bank building. ' D M840 3x 4 ROOMS, lou9- So. Id; cistern and pity water; good rondltlon, 36.00. Walter Breen, 3M Suk 13th W. D ele FOR RENT "!ompletIv furnished 8-room house; fine location. Lyman Waterman, a N. Life imlldtag. l it ku 4x FOR' RENT Fl RXI1HED ROOMS. DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam. AETNA HOUPK. Kuropeaoj, 13th A Dodge. ROYAL UOTEU European, 16th A Chicago. .... 1. r. . L. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 780 K-6b 91 00 to 32.00 per wevk. 2 80. 18th St., one block aoutb.or court house. E 668 - . 11. 1 . . 909 8. 26TII AVE.', private fAttilly. F-M728 314 NORTH17TH St.- K-M6W . . -, 1, r , , . 220 N. 17T11 St.. neat, desirable room. ' E-M7I4 10 . I ROOMS, light fcbuaekeepliag 1112 8, Mtn, B-M4 &OOMS. 1901 Carttol Are. B-41 U rOR REIT-rmXISHlCD ROOMS. FOR RENT, elegantly, furnished rooms, single or ensulte, modern. 1709 Dodge St. ROOMS, modern, 2680 Harney fit FIRSISHED ROOMS AID BOARD. JJICE room a, good board. 416 N. 25th Pt. F-M9 ROOM and board; flrst-class. 212 So. 2Mh F-670 street. NICELY furnished rooms, with or without board, day board or meal tickets rea sonable. Mldlund Hotel, ltlth and Chicago Sts. F-667 THE FARNAM, 19th A Farnam. F-671 ROOM and board, reasonable; all modern, with 'phone A-2503. 24u Cass St. r aijus BUMMER resort. The Merrlam. Mrs. - F-M4T.9 Riley, Manager. FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT, unfurnished rooma, single and ensulte. Wltrmell Bldg., I5tn ana Harney. N. P. lodge Co., 1614 Farnam. FOUR large, unfurnished rooms and store room, conveniently arranged; newiy pa pered, gas. porcelain bath, hot water heat; desirable location, 1819 North lUtta at. ; reasonable price. Q MS68 x FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES. JjOR RENT, the building formerly occu- piea ty ine uee at i rarnam ot. ji nu four stories and a basement which was formerly uaed as The Bee press room. This will be rented very reasonably. If Interested apply at office of C. C. Rose- wateT,- secretary, room iuu, jtsee Duuaing. X ML FOR RENT, building suitable for whole sale purposes at vie arnara, ewi, iour itories ana nrst-ciass cemented ouemtm, elevator. Are and burglar proof vault. office counter and fixtures. For price and particulars inquire C. C. Rosewater, sec retary the Be Building Co., room 10", Hee building. i OFFICES In The Bee building, 110.00 per month ud: rental price includes neat. light and Janitor service. R. C. Peters & Co., ground floor, Bea "Bldg. I K6 AGENTS WANTED. WANTED, canvasslns? n scents In every county to solicit suoscriptions to xtit., TWENTIETH ULKTtKI lAKMtK. Steady emulovment with assured good In come. Agents In the country with, horse and buggy especially desired, canvassers make easily wj to uw per monin. ao dress Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau, Bee building, omana. j m LADY canvassers for something good. Monroe & Co., 811 N. loth. J-Juw YOU CAN clear unusual profits selling Minuet Skirt & Waist Holders; every wo man buys Invariably reorders; particu lars and sample On approval. Wheeler & Baldwin, 80& Uarden City Bldg., Chicago. WANTED TO BUT. M. GOODMAN, 2716 or 1321 Douglas street. pays cash lor all kinds or mercnanaise. WANTED. National Cash Register, 92 model. F. P. Bheldon, Nenawka, reoL TEAM for coal hauling. Coal Hill Coal Co., 209 B. 16th nt. N MM 4 FOR SALE rtTRNITl'RE. CH1CAQO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel. Sua). New and second-hana bought, sola, exchanged. ubti rOR f ALE HORSES, .WAGONS, ETC. WAGONS repaired and all kinds of hew Work, iu rost, uin ana iavnworin.r FIRST-CLASS painting, trimming, repair ing, rubber tires put on; aiao carriages for sale. Wm,-Pfelaer, 2620 Leavenworth. a-eJe FOR BALE MISCELLANEOUS. NEW and 3d-hand typewriter. 1119 Farnam, BUSINESS college acholarahlp for sale at a' bargain In one or umana a leading com mercial colleges; life scholarship. Address S 47, Alee ottice., .. Q M716X FOR BALE Crane hydraullo elevator,-can be used either passenger or freight; com plete. Iron guide posts, cage ana- wire en closures. J. L. Brandels k Sons. Q-693 WIRE). fence for hogs, poultry, lawn and farms. - wire works, su a. istn. - iei. insw. . . . Q-7 JyU FOR 8ALE Phonographs, superior to any other musical instruments, k up. ine Columbian Phonograph Co., 1621 Farnam. FOR BALE First mortgage note beating per cent interest, payable every six months; has about 2 yeara to run; good security and endorsed by responsible party; amount, $1,800. Inquire C. M. Bachman, Room 4H Paxton block. . . Q 6il iron . F.leotrla automobile, nerfect - order, used short time: cost , wilt take luOO. J. J. ueright at co., uu arnam. Q M12 PHOTOGRAPH CAR for sale. Rose s Art store. j w INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam. W ' ZDIIAND safe cheap. Deright, 1119 Farnam. - ... v o. IRON and wire fence, tree guards, trel Usee, w estern Anchor rence co., zc iso. 17th St. . Q-M243 TELEPHONE poles, long fir timbers; . chicken fence; oak. piling. ui uougias. V i T. DURKIN, electric light wiring. Tel. 3448. t 680 FOR SALE3 New and second-hand soda fountains "on montniy payments, o. a, Richmond. 436 So. 34th St. 4-834 J14x C AT ALOOU E cut drug prices free. Sher man ec McConnell Drug Co., omana. ' W 682 FOR SALE Second-hand Locomobile; In nrst-claas shape, at one-halt price. cai or address, 1621 Farnam at. Q 643 FOR PALE Book case, gas stove, heter (hard or solt coal), reingeraior. uto a. 29th St. x FOR SALE Empty Ink barrels. 26 cents nrh. larae. we 1 made Darreis. mass nrst class garbage receptacles. Fred Youngs, foreman Bee press room, rear entrance lies Bldg. Q M 8(3 CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. CARR1H SMITH. SOVEREIGN jADT guEEN or clairvoyants; every -thlua told: past, present and future. Sat- isf action or no pay. su7 N. 18th. 8 M4 MADAME LUCRETIA. medium. 17n Call S M453 J4 furiila at. ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. UME. SMITH, baths, 119 N. U. 2d floor, r. 1 1 OH JDX Q RACK O BRYAN. Baths, T20 8. Uth. A A1QHI MISS DUVAL, manicuring. C 8, 16tli St. il A. T MMe JaX MRS. DAVIS. 1C1 Howard St.. baths; tlrst class asalblanl. X iVr-j-ex OOLD1K POWERS, 720 Bo. Uth. Tel. iViZ. T M.'it is EMiM.lNE 8HEPARD, masaage, vapor and alcohol baths. Id noor, s jiorm im u . 1 M-l MISS HOWARD, edegant massage and vaiiof tuiths; alcohol rubDlng. 31. w Uth. flat E. T-MJutJ2e FANNIE TEMPLE.. massage, alcohol bath assistant. 3d floor, 60s N. I6tn. T-M633 J 3 MISS LA BAN -massage baths. Egyptian treatment, Aali teavenwerlfi st.. net a Josh Billings said: v If you want to be noticed you must, get in front of folks and worry 'em some. PKRSONAL. PP. ROT, chiropodist; corns and superflu ous hair removed by electricity. R. I and , tfu6 Farnam Ht. U ln TRT one of "Kip's Quarantees" If you want a good smoae. oc, an dealers. U-M3fjl9 TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. messengers. U-161 HOME during confinement; ftrst-clnss. Dr. Ij. L Miner, zoof uionao. rnona r -llK!. U-IS3 VIAVI, a wholesome nerve and tissue food and home treatment for disorders of women. Free booklet. Vlavl Co., S48 Bee Bldg. U 147 PRIVATB hospital before snd during con- nnement; naoies ooarded and adopted. Us. Oardels, 2234 Lake. Tel. Red-18M. - U-H9 MAGNET PILR KILLER. At druggists, U. IT CURES, U-14U ELITE PARLORS, 616 8. 16th St.. 2d floor. U M269 MRS. JACOBSON, 2206 N. 30th Pt. . U M211-J19' BURGEON-CHIROPODIST,. 613 Bee Bldg. U M228 YES, I smoke the "Uncle Oscar" because It's the best 6c cigar. For sale everywhere. U M206 J19 PRIVATE home during confinement; babies adopted. The Good Samaritan Sanitarium, 728 fot ave., Council Bluffs, la, . U-MfcJ RUPTURE CURED without pain. Empire Rupture Co., N. V. Life Bldg., Omaha. U-150 PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before and during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Gerlsch, 3626 California St. Terms , reasonable. U-461-J23 C EDERER. Bristol St. florist. Tel. 1791. U-152 THERE are several reasons why you should smoke the Btoecker clears. First. they are made of the best stock that can be put Into a cigar for the money. Second, they are Juat what they are represented to be. Third, they are an Omaha product, W. F. Stoecker Cigar Co. U MS23 6 BOSTON UMBRELLA factory, S S. 16th. Umbrellas re-covered, repaired or made. Tel. 1617. U M017-J-27 MARRIED LADIES' SECRET How to keen out of trouble. Absolutely sure and .perfectly harmless. No dangerous drugs; no crime; perfectly natural. Price 60c. Address Box 627, Grand Rapids, wis. U M &52 3x MONET TO LOAN REAL ESTATE. WANTED, city loana and warrants. W. Farnam Smith at Co., 1320 Farnam street' w laJ WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds and warrants. R. C. Peters V Co., 1703 Farnam Btw Bee Bldg. . w-14 FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 1S4S. W 16S PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 937 N. T. Life, W 15 4 TO 6 P C. money. Bemla, Paxton Block. w U3 FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1804 Farnam. . W IM PRIVATE money. F. D. Wegd, 1624 Douglas. ' i , w let! IfiOO PRIVATE money- L. . Holmes. 713 N. i. L,ue Duuoing. W.M 864 8 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. MONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE. PIANOS, LIVE STOCK. - Low rates and easy terms. . -Business Conhdential. Try us if you want to save money. PHOENIX CREDIT CO.- . (33 Paxton Block. Uth and Farnam Sta. . X. 16? -EASYtopay Best explains our methods. We loan, ou furniture, pianos, warehouse recemi. w u- you nave a permanent position we can make you a SAliAJt x lAJAr Without security, except your own arrea- ment to repay. Our service Is oulck and confidential and we always try . to please. All that we ask is mat you giye us a call before you borrow elsewhere. OMAHA MOKTUAUE LOAN CO., 119 Board ot Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295. (Established 1892.). 906 So. 16tb St, X-M79S- DO YOU, NEED MONEY T MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND SALARIES. tlO to 3300 loaned on FURNITURE PI ANOS, etc., ana to saimiucu rurus at very low ratea and for any length of time, without publicity er removing the property. Payments can be made to suit four convenience. Call and get our terms before going elsewhere. RELIABLE CREDIT CO.. Room 80s. Paxton Block. Room 80S. A. 101 MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, lew eiry, horses, cows, etc. c jr. ueea, sis a. 13, . X-16S SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTE, ANY AMUL.M, 1AIVY XIA1E.S, LA3 I rAI- MfclNTS; CONFIDENTIAL. THE STAR LOAN CO.. ROOM 644, PAXTON BLOCK. X-164 LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO 8ALAKIKD riurLti, mercnants, team sters, boarding houses, etc., without se curity; easiest terms, 40 offices In prin cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade Bldg. X-163 MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried people; business corndentlal lowest rate. 614 Paxton block. The 1. A. Hutlon Co. X-166 CHATTEL, salary and jewelry loans. Foley loan co., sue to u. ureen, it. s, Darker db X-167 SALARY LOANS UPON PLAIN NOTES. American Loan Co., Paxton block, 3d floor. X 68 BUSINESS CHANCES. WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange any property or business qufck, see J. H, Johnson. 843 N. Y. Ufa Y-189 MINING in Wyoming. For reliable Infor mation regarding mines and other Indus tries address r . A. Carpenter, 204 3rd street Laramie. Wyo. Y 796-Jel2 FOR BALE, a good furniture, hardware and undertaking business, atore building and residence also. Address Box 168. Ply mouth, Neb. Y Mlii SALOON for aale, centrally located, In Council Bluffs, Ia. Address B 4. Bee office. Council Bluffs. Y-M855 8x LAWYER with large established practice wants partner, young man preferred. References. 635 Century bldg, St. Ixuls, Mo. Y644-7 HOSPITAL snd practice for sale In Iowa town of 4.6U0. ' Addreaa F 12, Bee. Y-M 3f3 4x FOR EXCHANGE. LEMON GROVE. 15 acres. Ban Diego, Cal. Will exchange for Nebranka farm or pre- ductive cty property. W. N. Nason. 446 . Bee building. Omaha. Neb. Z-r472 J8 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. RANCH and farm lands for aala by tha Union Pacific Railroad eomaany 3. A. McAllester. land commissioner. Union Pa ctfla Headquarters. Omaha, Neb. RE-171 UII I I AMQOM CHARLES! E . 1?1 iiii.i.miiiwiij.,I,iin street. ,K,E -460 10-ROOM modern house. 11 blocks . from poeioftlce. fur sale cUm(. lut N. 1Mb. Beaava sV C. BE 173 FOR SALE REAL RSTATR. 9-ROQM, ALL MODERN. S-rootn house, with, furnace porcelain bath, gas, sewerage, . oak finish down stairs, full-east front lot on boulevard; no special taxes;.1, owper compelled to make a change and offers the property for Quick sale at 12,500; most complete small home on our list; act quickly If in terested. ' " ' '.' ' HARRISON A MORTON, 912-13 N. Y. Life. Tel. 314. " RE-M2K3. I GET CASH QUICK for your -real estate or Duameas. . it J wisn to sen, send descrrptlon and price. Booklet free. No commission. Emerson Del'uy. Bper.lallst, Des Moines, la. RE N6W June4 ' SIX-ROOM,' Al.t MODERN. . Six-room house, with -furnace, porcelain bath, gas, sewerage, oak finish down stairs, full east front Jot on Boulevard; ho special taxes; owner compelled to make a change and offers the property for quick sale at 32,600; most complete small home on our llst act quickly if Interested. , . HARRISON & MORTON, 912-13 N. Y. Life. Tel. 314. B-E M283 HOUSES and lots Id all parts of city; also acre property and farm lands. The O. F. Davla Co., Room 608 Bee Bldg. RE 174 FOR SALE in Benson new house with one- half acre ground or will exchange for good vacant lots In suburb of Omaha. In quire at 4038 Hamilton St. R E M-861 4x BALE TIES. OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th. ' 179 BICYCLES. BICYCLES and repairs, Fresh tires, $1.60 to 34.60; Hartford tires,' 96.50 per pair. All the popular brands for cash or credit Louis t lescher, 162 Capitol Ave. Tel. 814. M251 WE BUY and sell second-hand wheels; re pairing a specialty; lawn mowers sharp ened and repaired. E. K Lawrence, 2io3 Leavenworth St. - Tel. L1676. -M643 J 8 BRICK WORK. J. P. HJEALY. 1822 Clara 8U 'Phone A-2871. 180 CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing , promptly Attended to. ' J. T. Ochiltree, 20th and Lake Bts. 379 '-, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. A. J. PIERSON, 20th sd Burt. Tel. L-2834. 183 CARPET. CLKANERS. . 1 BEND yeur carpel-and, rug to Christen- son s carpet cieaniugv,v ocks. xai is. 2Utn ia TEL. 656 Carpet clealnv ruB weaving. 182 DRESSMAKING. IN FAMILIES. Miss Stbrdy, 524 N. 20th St : .. : M248 jrx 1 DCNTISTS.. C.'' H. PAUL, removed Burt Tel. F 2753. . to restdenoe, S3 M 768 F. C. CLARK, dentist, formerly of Council - Bluffs, now located at 2706 Cuming St. M483 J26 r ' DETECTIVES. CAPT. CORMACK. 617 Karbaota. Tel. A-2&31 EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. G. R. Rathburn Room 16, Com' I Nat Bank. . . 185 i. H. BOON8TRA, office 151S Howard Bt Tel. !M7. vi jew FLORISTS." HESS A 8WOBODA, 1415 Farnam. 18e L. HENDERSON florist 1619 Farnam St.. Omaha send for price list 488 GOLD AND, SlLVEB,. PLATING. OMAHA PLATING CO.. Bee Bldg. TeL 2636. 188 GARBAGS. ANTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co. cleans cesspools and vaults,- removes garbage and dead animals at reduced prices. 621 N. 16th. Tel. 1779. -, 187 HAT CLEANING. LADIES and gents', 60c SchwarU's, 114 B. 13th. 1 - 189 LAW AND COLLECTIONS. BTILLMAN A PRICE, 23 U. 8. N l B'k. bid. 181 NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.. lat floor N. Y. Life Bldg., attorneya and collectors every where. 192 ' MACFARLAND A MAY. New Torjc Lite Bldg.. Room 904. 'Phone 1563. . 193 LAWNMOWKRa. SHARPENED P. Melcholr, Uth , : Howard. -M LA WN MOWERS sharpened, saws filed, um brellas repaired, keys, etc. 3v9, N. IHth. Tel. ITA. 7 LOST. LOST, a small green chatelaine watch, en route between 2033. Decatur and Western Newspaper Union. Return to either of the above addresses and receive reward. Lost i9 3 LAUNDRT. OMAHA Bteam Laundry and City- Towel Supply. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. A-1783. 190 MUSICAL. THOa J. KELLY, voice. Pavldge Block. 369 FOR RENT, piano players, or piano and payer together. Plane Player Co., TeL 198 Letovsky's orchestra. T. L-2684. Terms easy. . 155 J16 MISS ELEANOR HARDY Voice and Piano Studio 319 RAMGE BLOQK. Special Terms to Summer Students. 816 J 39 CM AHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC. 318 Ramge blk : summer term. Applv F. H. Wright, L. L. C. M , Director. 'Phone 1101. M56T J PAWNBROKERS. EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat ing, ail .business evonoeauav ajua uougias, i Did he mean "advertittf" MEDICAL,. DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases snd in eg jlarltlrs of women, from sny cause; experienced, rellnble. 1613 Dodge, Arlington b'.ock. Omaha, Neb. Tel. .l.'33. m Piles Cured slthout pain no cutting, tying or burning. All blood, kidney and bladder diseases cured; a guarantee given In every case treated by W. C. Maxwell, M. D., 624 Bee Bldg., Omaha Neb., graduate of Bellevue Hoepltal Medical College. New York City MACHINERY. HOT BEARINGS. won't trouble you, and you'll save R0 per cent In wear If you use "AJax Plastlo Brome." Inquiries solicited. THE AJAX METAL COMPANY Frankford Avenue and Richmond St., Phil adelphia. OSTEOPATHY, GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths. Bulte 616, New York Life Bids'. Tet 1664. 199 The Hunt Infirmary, McCague Bldg. Tel. 2361 vu ATZEN A FARWET.L Infirmary, Paton block, 604-7. Tel. PATENTS. H. J. COWGILL No fee unless successful. 318 S. 15th St., Omaha. Tel. 1798. 201 PATENT8 8ues & Co.. Omaha, Neb. 11 lustrated patent book free. Tel. 16UI. M.".93 Jlv2x PRINTING, BRIEFS, ETC. WATERS Printing Co. tlon. Tel. 2190. Linotype com no "1- 203 CALL up Gardner Printing Co.. Tel. A826J, for all kinds of job printing. U7 8. i3tn st. -M548 J8 RUG MANUFACTURING. OMAHA Rug Factory, 1521 Leaven. Tel. 1063. rw SEEDS AND POULTRY SUPPLIES. ULLERY A CO., lll Howard St Tel. SS27. -307 SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. MOSHER S.H., Touch T.W., Bus. Branches, .Teleg. Cat free. Um. Com. Col., 17 A Doug. 208 A. C. VAN BANT S school. 717 N. Y. Life. 909 NEB. Business & Shorthand College, Boyd's Theater. - -io STAMMERING AND STUTTERING. CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg. -211 STORAGE. OM. Van Stor. Co., I6UV1 Farn. Tels. 1559-862. 12 EXPRESSMAN'S Del. Co. Tela.. U96-1145. 213 TICKET BROKERS. CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere. . P. H. Pbtlbln, 1500 Farnam. 'Phone 784 -215 TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE. THE DEPOT on time. L. M. E. Tel. 780. 218 UPHOLSTERING. PETERSON A Lundberg, 115 S. 17th. Tel. L-23U8. 20 GATE CITY Upholstering Co.. woven wire springs tightened. Tel. B-2075. 1706 St Mary s ave. M168 POSTOFFICE NOTICE. (Should be read DAILY by all Interested, sus enanges may occur at any umej. Foreign mall for the week ending June (, 1903. will close (PROMPTLY In all cases at the general postofflce as follows: Parcels- fiost malls close one hour earlier than clos ng time shown below. Parcels-post mails tor uermany close at p. ra. Wednesday. Regular and supplementary malls close at Foreign Station half hour later than closing time shown below (except that supplement ary mails for Europe and Central America, via Colon, close one hour later at Foreign tsiauunj. Transatlantic Malls. WEDNESDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE v per s. s. Philadelphia, via Southampton (mall for Ireland must be directed "per a. s. Philadelphia"); at .7:30 a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct, per s. s. Ryn- aam (man must oe directed "per s. Ryndam"); at 8:30 a. m. (supplementary 10 a. m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Oceanic, via yueenstown. THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN, PORT UGAL. TURKEY, EGYPT. GREECE. BKITISH 1IND1A and LAJKENZO MAR QUEZ, per s. s. Ia Sdvole, via Havre (mail for other parts of Europe must be directed "per s. a. Ia Suvolu"); at 9:3'f a. m. (supplementary 11 a. m.) for I.u ROPE, per s. s. Deutschland. via Ply mouth. Cherbourg and Hamburr. FRIDAY At 11 a. m. (supplementary 12:30 p. m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Cymric, via ueensiown iman must oe .i:':t tea per ' s s. Cymric"); at 6:30 p. m. fT AZORES ISLANDS, per s. s. Vmcouver, from Boston. SATURDAY At 8 n. for BELGIUM direct, per s. s. Kro-mlund (mall must be directed "per s. s. Kroonland "); at 9:80 a. m. (supplem rtary 11 a. m.) for EU ROPE, per s. s. I'n'orla, via Queenstown; at 9:30 a. m. for SCOTLAND direct, per s. s. Astoria (mall must be directed "per s. s. Astoria-); at ll:3u a. m. for ITALY direct, per s. s. Hoheiicollern (mall must be directed "per s. s. Hohenxollern ). PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls steamer takes printed mutter, commercial papera and samples for Uermany only. The sums cias ot mall mailer ror otner parts o Europe will not be sent by this ship unless specially directed by it. After the closing of the supplementary transatlantlo mails named above addi tional supplementary mails are opened on the piers or ine American, i-.mkiibii French and German steamers, and remain open until within ten minutes of the hou of sailing of steamer. Malls for Sooth and Central Amer lea, Meat Indlea, Etc. WEDNESDAY At 7 a. m. for NEW Kol Nl 'LAND, per a. a. Ellvia THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for YUCATAN CAMPECHK, TABASCO and CHlAPAn. per k. a. Havana (mull tor other parts Mexico muat be directed "per a. s. Ha vaua"): at 12 m. (supplementary 12:3' p m.) for BAHAMAS, per a. s. AnlllU (mall must be directed "per s. s. An tllla"): at 12 m. (supplementary 12:30 p m.) for BAHAMAS, (jl'ANTASAMO and SANTIAGO, ix-r a s. Santiago. FRIDAY At 7 a. m. for RHAZ1U per s. s. lennvson. via Fernambuco. llama, rtl Janeiro and Santo (mall for Northern Brazil, Argentine, I'ruguuy ami Paraguay must be directed "per a. s. Tennyson"); at 9:3o a. in. (supplementary 1u:3ii a. m l for INAGL'A and HAI ri, per s. s. Bolivia; at 10 a. m. for HAITI, per s. s. Prlns Maurits (mail for Curacao. Venexuela, Trinidad, British and Dutch Guiana must lie directed "per s. s. Prlns Maurits "i; at 12 m. for MEXICO, per s. s. City of Wash ington (mail must l directed "per s. s. chv of Waxhiiigton"); at 1 p. m. for PORTO PLATA, per a. a. Captain Ben nett, from Hosloii (mail for other parts of ' the Dominican Republic must he directed "per s. s. Captain Bennett"); at 11:30 p. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per a. a. City of Bombay, from Philadelphia. SATURDAY At 3 a. m. for BERMUDA. 4 per a a Truiiuad.-at I a. m. uuppte- rO.TOFFICE NOTICE. mntnrv 9 SO a. m.) for CURACAO and VKNKZfKl.A, per a. s. Zu'ia (mall for Favanllla and Carthagena must be ell-re-to,i - pr s s. Zulla "); at 9 a. m. for PORTO IMCO. per a. a. Cbamo; at t 9il a. m. (supplementary 10;W) a. m.) for FOR TUNE lSll.AM. JAMAICA, SAVANILLA CARTHAGENA and (IRKVTOWN, per s. s. Alene (mall for Costa Rica must be tllr"Oteil "prr s. s Alene'); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for I.EE WAIil) and W1MWAR1 lSt,ANIS. BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH GUI ANA, pr s a. Ilratsberg (mail for Gre nada and Trinidad must be directed "per a. a. Itratsr.org"); at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Mexico, via Havana. Malls Fornardrd Overland, Etc., Us ee pt Transpacific. CURA By rail to Port Tampa, Fie., and inence by steamer, closes at this onice dxily. except Thursday, at 5.S0 a. m. (the connecting mails close here on Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays). MEXICO CITY Overland, unices specially addressed for dispatch by steamer, closes st tills office dully, except Sunday, at 1:30 !. m. and 11:70 p. in. Sundays at 1:00 p. m. and 11 :3 n. m. KKWKOLMiLANl) By rail to North Syd ney, anu thence ty steamer, closes at this otlice daily at 6:30 p. m. (connecting malls close here every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday). JAMAICA P.y rail to Boston, snd thence ry steamer, Closes at tnis oinre at e.su p. m. every Tuesday and Thursday. M1QUELON By rail to Boston and thenoe by steamer, closes at this olTlce daily at 8:30 D. m. BKL1ZE, PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE MALA By rail to New Orleans, and thence by ateamer, closes at this oltlce dally, except Sunday, at il:30 p. m. and 111:30 p. m., Sundays at l:u0 p. m. and 111:30 p. m. (ronneclliig mall closes here Mondays at (11:30 V. m.) COSTA RICA By mail to New Orleans. and thence by steamer, closes at this ottice dully, except Sunday, at 11:30 p. m. and 11:30 p. m.. Sundays at )1:00 p. m. and 411.30 p. rn. (connecting mall closes here Tuesdays at 11:30 p. m.) I REGISTERED MAIL closes at 6:00 b. m. previous day. TrsDipscllo Malls. HAWAII, JAPAN, CHINA, and PHILIP- flMtt isl,ainus, via San f rancisco, close here dHlly st 6:30 p. in. up to June th, Inclusive, fur despatch per s. s. America Maru. CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close here dally at 6:30 v. m. ud to June l.tn. in clusive, for despatch per s. s. Riojun Maru. HAWAII, via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to June lth, In clusive, for despatch per s. s. Alameda. CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, close here dally at 6:80 p. m. up to June Isnh, inclusive, for des patch per s. s. Empress of Japan. Mer chandise for U. S. Postal Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Can ada. HAWAII, CHINA, JAPAN and PHILIP- A'liNfc. laiiArvus, via Man F rancisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to June 14lh, inclusive, for desoutch tier s. s. Korea.. VLADIVOSTOK, via Seattle, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to June jiotn, in clusive, for despatch per s. s. Pleiades. CHINA end JAPAN, via Tacoma, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to June IMin, Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Victoria. NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA (except West), NEW CALEDONIA, FIJI, SAMOA and HAWAII,' via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. after May 3uth and up to June I20th, Inclusive, for des patch per s. s. Sierra. (If the Cunard steamer carrying the British mull for New Zealand does not arrive rn time to con nect with this despatch, extra malls closing at 6:30 a. ni., 9:30 a. m. and 6.30 p. m.; Sundays at 4:30 a. m., 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. will be made up and forwarded until tha arrival c the Cunard steamer). AUSTRALIA (except West), FIJI IS LANDS and NEW UAUbUUMA, (spe cially addressed only) via Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to June pith, inclusive, for des- Batch per a. s. Moana. IILIPPINE JSLAND8, via Ban Fran cisco, Close nera uauy si o .ou p. 111. up to June (26th, Inclusive, for despatch per U. 8. TransDort. TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close nere aany at :w p. m. up to July 5th, inclusive, for des patch per s. s. Mariposa. Note Unless otherwise addressed. West Australia Is forwarded via Europe; and New Zealand and Philippines via San Fran cisco the quickest routes. Philippines spe cially addressed "via Canada" or "via Eu rope nurst.ue runy prepaia at ine loreign ratea. HuWall is forwarded via San Fran cisco exclusively. Transpacino mans are iorwaraea 10 port Of sailing dail and the Schedule of closing Is arranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. I Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous day. . COKIN,llljS VA.-N CO IT, Postmaster. Postofflce, New York, N. Y May 28, 1903. (AILWAY TIME CARD. VMO STATION 10TII AND MARCY I'nloa Pacific. Leave, .a 9:40 am !.a 4:20 pm . .all:30 pm Arrive. a 7:50 pm a 3:25 pm Overland Limited... The Fast Mail California Express.. Pacific Express Eastern Express 6:30 Dm The Atlantic Express a 7:30 am The Colorado 8peclal...a 7:10 am a 3:40 am Chicaco Special.. ... a 3:40 am Lincoln, iteairie uou StromMburg- Express.. b 4:00 pm North Platte Local a 8:00 am Grand Island Local. ..'..b 6:30 pm bl2:50 pm a 6:15 pm b 9:3a am Wabash. St. Louis "Cannon Balr" Express a o;j pm a 8:20 am fit. Louis Local. Coun cil liluns ..a ;ia am aiu:au pm Chlcaaro, MllviaeUee St. Panl. Chicago Daylight a 7:46 am all:15 pm Chicago Fast Express. .a 5:45 pm a 3:40 pm Chicago Limited a 9:05 pin a 7:50 am Des Moines Express. ...a 7:45 am a 3:40 pm Chicago, Rock Island PaclHe, EAST. miles. navllarht L't'd.a 5:00 am a 3:45 am rhicaaro Daylight Local a 7:00 am a 9: cm Chicago .xpresH uxi.xa am a o:jo pm Des Moines express. .. .a : pm du:du am Chicago Past Express.. a 66 pm a 1:26 pm VY EiOi. Rocky Mountain L t d. .a 3:60 pm a 4:65 am Lincoln, coio. Dpriuga. l tenver. fueDio ana West a 1:30 pm a 1:00 pm Colo.. Texas Cal. and Oklahoma flyer a o:w pm u:w pm Illinois Central. Chicago Express a 7:35 am a 9:10 pm Chicago, Minneapolis Ht. raui i.imueu a i:eu pm a s:uo am Minneapolis ec 8t. Paul Express ui.aoam sw: pm Chicago Local 10:35 am Chicago Express..., al0:35 am Chicago Jt Northwestern. "The Northwestern Line Fast Chicago Mall Local Sioux City... Daylight Bt. Paul. Daylight Chicago.., a 3:tu am a 7:00 am ...a 8:00 pm a 8:3') am ...a 6:10 am a 3 31 pm ...a 7:3b am alO:25 pm ...a 8:00 am ail:10 pm ...all 30 am a 6:10 pm Local cnicago I iwul Cedar RaDlds 6:10 Pm Limited Chicago a 8:15 pm a 9:15 am' Local CarrolL. Past Chicago. Past St. Paul. i pm a 9:w am a o.M pm a 8:10 pm a 3:46 pm a 8:15 am a 3:40 pm b 9::0 am a 10:36 am blo:3i am a 3:26 pm a 6:15 am Past Man Local Bloux City b 4:00 pm Norfolk & Bonesteel...a 7:15 am Llnoolu &. Long Plne...b 7:16 am Mlssonrl Parlde. Bt. Louis Express al0:01 am K. C. & Bt. L. Ex a!0:50 pm WEBSTER DEPOT 15TII Jt WEBSTER. Chicago A Northwestern, Nebraaka and Wyoming Division. Leave. Arrive. Black Hills. Deadwood, Lead, Hot Springs. ...a 3:00 pm a 6:00 pm Wyoming Casper and Douglas d 8:00 pm e 6:00 pm llastli.ga, York, David City, Superior. Geneva, Exeter and Seward. ..b 8:00 pm b 6:00 pm Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis at Omaha. Twin City Passenger. ..a 3:80 am a 9:10 pm Sioux City Passenger.. a 8:00 pin all :20 am Oakland Local b 6:45 pm b 8:45 am Missouri Parlfle. Nebtavka Ixical, Via Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:2S am a Daily, b Daily except Sunday, d Dally except Saturday, e Daily except Monday. Bl HLIVtiTO STATIOK 10TH at MAOM . Burlington t Mlssonrl River. Leave. Arrive. Wvraore, Beatrice and Lincoln a 8:50 am bl2:6 pm Nebraska Express a o:jo am a 7:45 pin Denver Limited a 4:10 pm a 6:46 am Blac k Hills and Puget ' Sound Express all:10 pm a 3:10 pm Colorado Veatlbuled ' Flyer a 8:10 pm Lincoln Fast Mall b 2.63 pm a 9:08 am Fort ( rook and Platta- mouth b I V) pm b 10.39 am 4.II.WAY TIMR ( ARTt- ontlnned. Rel'evu Pacific Jet. .a 7:.V pin a $:.'7 am Bellevue A I artllc Jet. .a 3; am Chicago, llnrtlaatnM A 4ainr. I.esye Arrive, a 3 4. pT a 7.4. am a 11:00 p 11 a 7 .4 am a 2:40 pin t'oenel I Chlcngo Special a 7 ' am Chicago Vesllbuled Ex. .a (.( pm ClilcHgo Local... a 9:18 am Chicago Limited, Fast Mall Kansas City, a t Oj pm St. Joseph A Hloffs. Kansas City Dsy Ex. ..a 9:16 am a 6:06 pm ..a 6:10 Dm all:06 am St. Louis Kiyer. Kansas City Night Ex .al pm a 415 am STEAMSHIPS. ANCHOR. UNI V. S. JIAil STBAMSHir nbw York, ixndondrt and olasoow. KBW YORK, OIBRALTAR AND NAPLgg. taperlnr aeeemsMrfatlea, Ktesllsnt rnislse, Tss tomfort et PssMnsrs (krfullr Co.stire. Sinate or Kousd Trip Tlck.n lua ftw.o N Tort sss rotck. Bnillah, Irltk and sll rlnclpl oonllnnil soidu st sttrsctlT rstoe. Ss4 (er Bok ( Tours For tk-kris or insrml Infsnnaues apply te ssf local agent of tha Anchor Llns or to HINDXRBON BROS., Osa'l Asssta, Celeste, lit COMPAGNie G&ttRALE XRAN3ATUNTI0UE mfTt !tllMI It WIM ciaHnc VIWVIIIMIWI , . 1 tvs-rVT4 TWIN WtW Lxmxs umroiN iTTAMUS Oommantif .OIUpw., tirtci nn.ii of-war tflpclpiln. KTrjr lotk Ctntur? 4tIc for rornfort, tptl and aaMy. CfUhratM cut In. (.'ompanr'a 8pr I FfMif Howr Parlr and Plnlvs Tar Train awalta rasintra al Dock I Havra tor Parti th lvautlt.1, hr convotnt 4onoctlfn art mad (or all eon tlnimtal points. Marmnl Wlrlaa t.f-fra pnr. Kngllsb-apfiaklnf attantJania. far IUt trattv! booklati and apoial InfM-matton apply t Harrr B. Moora, 101 rarnaa St.. J. 41, lUynoldJ. hdt ramaA 8t., Ktrtt National Bank. Qaorsa B. Abbott, JII4 Fmnka St., Acata. 6AILINCS evtSY THURSDAY reosi Htm yoph M.J DAYr TO n a m s aw PARIA IMPORTANT WITNESS MISSING Bohn Will Case Gees Over Saturday to Await Worst from Labeek. Where Is Andrew Lubeok? This 'Is the question asked frequently during; the last three weeks by Walter Sherwood of ClifT dale, N. J., who Is In the city aa the repre sentative of a young woman of that city who la a beneficiary under a will filed for probate In the county oourt as the last will and testament of the late John Rohn. The case came up for hearing yesterday before Judge Vinsonhnler upon application for probate of will. Protest against the will was filed by Desire Bohn of New Mexico, who alleges thRt It has not been properly attested. Andrew Lubeck was one of the witnesses to the will, as appears from the Instrument. Mr. Sherwood came to Omaha three weeks ago with the will, and when be found there was to be a con test set about to And Lubeck. He learned that Lubeck had lived In Omaha, but hnd. since the death of John Bohn, gone west probably to Montana, but where In Mon tana no one could tell. For this reaaon, and to give the lawyer an Opportunity to produce his witness, the hearing was con tinued until Saturday. The nephew of Bohn who Is contesting the will, la to arrive In Omaha Wednesday provided he can peas the floods at Kansaa City. HOW THE MAILS ARE MOVING Flooda Make It. Kecesasurr ta Take Ronadabeut. Revevtee la Sense Cases. The rain Btorms and floods In the west have had the effect of hampering the rail way mail service. The mails for Texas. Indian Territory. Oklahoma, Arkansas and southern and eastern Kansas are how being forwarded by the Wabash for connections south of Kansas City. Malls were taken Into Kansas City Monday night over the Milwaukee line, being the first that could be made to reach that city since the flood. No effort Is being made to get malls out of Kansas City to the south. The malls for Arliona and New Mexico, usually sent by way of Kansas City, have to be forwarded by way of Denver. The malls to the north and west are being conveyed by the usual railway chan nels. However, the bulk of the north bound mall Is sent over the Chicago, Bt. Paul, Minneapolis St Omaha to Bloux City on the Nebraska side of the river. Malla are Bent south by way of the Kansas City, Bt. Joseph St Council Bluffs to Pacific Junc tion, and thence by way of Hamburg, Ia. This supplies Nebraska city with closed pouches from Omaha. Mall communication has been restored south on the B. A M. lines aa far as Beatrice. Win Dei All This for Ten. Dr. King's New Life Pills puts vim, vigor and new Ufe Into every nerve, muscle and organ of the body. Try them. 2Sc. For sale by Kuhn ft Co. SEASONABLE FASHIONS 44JI wins Oored Skirt, M to 0 WaUt. :. Nine-Gored Tucked Skirt 4482-8klrte tucked In various ways make a marked feature of the season's styles and are ex ceedingly effective. This very desirable one ! Is arranged to give a panel effect and also to obtain the least poealble weignt. a a ahown the material la canvas veiling stitched with silk and trimmed with braid, but all the season's skirting and autting materials are equally appropriate. The skirt is cut In nine gores and Is laid In tucks which form group of two and conceal all seams. The tucks are turned one forward and one backward, go giving the panel effect, and between these tucks the trimming la applied. The fuUnesg at the back Is laid in flat Inverted plaits. The quantity of material required for the medium else Is yards II Inches wide, 3S yards 44 Inches wide or 8V4 yards 13 Inches wide when material has figure or nap; 4 yards 82 yards wide. t yards 44 yards wide or 2. yards 63 inches wide when material has neither figure nor nap. . The pattern 4432 Is cut In else for a 22, 24, 20, 28 and 30-inch waist measure. For the accommodation of The B" readers these patterns, which usually retail at from 25 to 60 cents, will be furnished at a nominal price, 10 cents, wtilch covers all expense. In order to get a pattern enclose 19 cents, give number and nam of patter wanted and bust measure. . v-tt: -n 1 VlNY. HAtl 1 amnV