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THE OMATTA PA1XT BEE: THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1003.
0 r i If f SPECIAl NOTICES will t likri til IB aa. fr th tvDl( adltloa III ):!0 f. m. tmw mnUf Bandar edition. State. 1 l-2e word flrat lasrtla, le word thereafter. Katblaa; taken far less thaa , for h si rot Imarr tlaa. The 4rtlsesaate saaat ba ra asetlvly. Advrtler, br raatla a $rl tkrek, raa hara answer ad ' to nasaa-ered latter la rtrt t The Ba. A ma war a aa iKrMitl will a tallver preaesitatiaja at la a It aly. aMTtTATTOXS WAITED. ENERGETIC man desires any position offering advancement; if 26; college graduate; has had experience aa traveling salesman; also In real estate business. Excellent reference given. Address H i Bee. A IW 15x BOOKKEEPER, well recommended, want position. Address 11 H, Bee. A Ms lm ENERGETIC and. capable man desires per manent , position; nge 2fi; college gradu ate; ' hftji experience, and ability aa alesman: wllllnar to start low If onnor tunlty la given to advance; highest ref erence clven. Addrea H e8. Bee. A M478. POSITION with established house, afford ing opportunity tor advancement: ex perienced; well known In city. Address, H 2 Hee. A M4i W THE SUMMER TERM BOYLES COLLEGE ta now olii. Vet It la not too lata to nter. Every day is enrollment day. Business, ' shorthand, typewriting. Eng lish. Get a catalogue. A. B. UuYUES. President, TL ISM. N. Y. Uta Bldg., Omaha. , It las K SCHOOL, teacher for summer work at loud salaries. See Manuaer. &U0 Ware Blk. B-1S9 WANTED, a capable man who can do first-class work and manage steam laun ory doing good business, good salary with nrivueae of buying. Koy lirewer. Broken Bow. Neb. B1U3- Is WANTED Good all Address U 16, Bea round ' blacksmiths, B 3! WANTEDt-A man to work about house and barn. Apply at office of l.eonnrd Everett, U reari stress ymutu &-M421 16x WANTED 25 mn for Ice work. Apply . . k.,. i At h and Nicholas. l B-M420 15 WANTED A good, all round combined tinner and plumber; must be an Al man and strictly sober; steady work , year round; a good lob to the right man; mar ried man preferred. Fowler & Gott, . Ponea City, Okl. B-M432 17 AN old-stablished firm desires to engage the services of a. wideawake solicitor or salesman to represent them In each coun ty Prefer those who have been success ful In working out In the country and on the rural routes: permanent position and good Ineome. Address, giving-past ex perience and reference..' 11 "' W ANTET-A good salesman or solicitor, prefer n who has had expjrienc In sell Ing goods In the country and on the rural routes. Will glvs a competent and experi enced person a permanent position i at fcW s week and xpii8es. Address, H. 23. Bee. B loX WANTED Men to learn barber trade; crowing demand for graduates; can earn; nearly all expenses before . completing: few weeks required by our method of practice. Write today. Moler Barber Col lege. I3fi Kugla 8U ' B-MHI9 1.x WANTED A single rnan to work about house and barn. .Apply at offlca of Jf""; ard Everett, U Parl Bt.. CouncllBlffs. PLUMBER wanted in a good, live town, plenty of work, Hartman .M' York. NebY : ; Br-M448 1 . Are yoa satisfied with your present posi tion or salary T If not. writ us for plan and booklet. We hava openings for man agers, secretaries, advertising men, sales- , man. etc. Technical, clerical and execu tive men of all kinds. High-grade ex clusively. Openings for college men. Hapgoods .(Incorporated), Suite 630 Mo nad nock Building. Chicago. B WANTED, for United States army, able bodied, .unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 86; citlxens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can Speak, read and writ English. For Information apply to recruiting officer. lth and Dodge SO., Omaha, and Grand Jsland, Neb. WANTED, a thoroughly competent man to take charge of a large soda, fountain; a desirable portion and good wages to the .right man; glva age, experience and where mpioyao. uu. BM4M WANTED, young man, about IS, to deliver goods and take ear ot norse ana Darn. Apply -1318 Farnam. B M4B4 1 WANTED A oollactor who can furnish his fVaT own rig; one living In southern part of 'r city preferred. Address u 67, Bee. . " B 170 17 WANTED, "for Vnlted States army, able bodlrd, (unmarried men, between ages of 21 and '5: citlsetis of United States, of good character . and temperate habits. ' who can speak, read and write English, f, information anulv to recruiting of ficer, 16th and Dodg fits., Omaha, and . urana lsiana, nw. o .. CARRIAGE PAtNTER, - FIRST CLASS MAN. Htgnest wage. . D. W. Camp A Bon, XI coin, JfjJTAfiB BLACKSMITH. fiRIllAUE WOODWORKER. Highest wages and steady position for first class roan; Ufht work. ..w. catnp at Son, Lincoln, imbd. ... tt a . WANTED A bookkeeper with experience and good In figures, jrint riauonsi nana. Alliance, re. ., o WANTED At once, first class crayon ar tist. Fidelity Art Association, rncoin. Neb. - . ' BM47S 18 X. WA vrT"t-S,iir railroad machinists. Ad dress William Smith, Superintendent Mo tive Power and Care, D. M. N. Ry. Co, prncl ornnmr, w inn. r bu t n SAI.KSMKN WASTED. SALESMEN -WANTED everywher to carry Ai'ti-Ko-DoX aa a aids ilae. Big ii.-r. -Liberal communion or salary Write for particulars. M. Caiman Co., Dept. 7a Kiia CUy. Ma MUil lbx. IF TOU' ARE A SALESMAN and making leas than 15 00 a week, write ua today. We are 'selling groceries to farmers and other large buyers at wholesale prices. Oood hJBi.ers van make up carload lots at every tJu i" agncuuurai ataics. fronts are larger than In any other llr.e trade permanent, work ' pleasant and healthful. For full particulars, addrvas Ueorce Meldrum aV Co., M N. Oreen St., Chicago. HI ' , Ml, 7 M AM KU rKMALB HUM. IU0 Oirla. Call Canadian office. Uth Dodg. AN EXPERIENCED demonstrator wanted WHO Can Jjiacw b iMwii.ii .iuu , .wirt ai.nnoiter and waist former In on of th' leading department stores: good jtratedV Addrasa Spencer at lioedaield, Adams Bldg-, n rrancisco. cal C MJ59 20X , i - v WANTED, girl to do general housework In small lanmy. sin. buuwiu, , ison tklk Av. T C-443 wiNTril i competent girl to da ntal ( houaework; PT 4SJ9 Davenport. Tak r "nana ear. 4J WANTED, mt onoe, work: waxes If- tc girl for general housa- wages $( to $a tor competent cook 8l$ South tkth - C-M3i2 LADIES learn halrdresslng, manicuring or facial massage. Years saved by our method. Our diploma help graduates to positions at top wage. Call or write. - Wo-er College, uuj jjougiaa. c MSJ lig WANTED, a good girl fur general houaa . aerk; atnall family. Apply iJ Caa St. m ......-.. tauMi ux VANTEIV-Soooad glrL Albert Cahn. f:'J4 ITaruauv . . C UN WANTED, cook. 830.0 par month; dining room girl. . uu vr roocun. Aouraea .'om snarirtal iltXMi. UC-, frab, U-AiiW I ron best not sts. UTUIQPQ " rsrta of the city. R. IIVJUOCO c. Fetera A Co.. Bee Bldg. D ltU FOR RENT, 7-room house, all modem x- cept furnace, 704 is. aotn st,, WD. c as. Bachman, 436-3? Paxton blk. D 848 UriIIQPC In all parts of the city. The O. I1UUOLJ F. Darts Co.. 60S Bee Bldg. ' l lo PAYNE-BOSTWICK CO. Choice house. ei-su Mew York Lire Bldg. mone ji. D 680 WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van A Stor age lo. Tel. I4ys. unice, iu waosier bi. D-551 ONE of the fine, all modern, T-mom brick houses, zstn and Hard st., u. K. Turklngton, 616 Bee. D M224 FOR RENT, ten-room modem house near High school. No. 412 North Z21 street. In quire next door or at 41 N. T. Life build ing. - D Ktt GOOD HOUSES FOR RENT. Cor. 20th and St. Mary's Are., I room. modern, shade, lawn, $36.00. Ft. Mary's Ave., 9-r., modern, $77.60. 1914 Locust St., I rooms, modern, large, lawn and shade, JJ1.60. 21 10 So. 34th. 8 rooms, $18.00. S.T7 So. 22d, 7 rooms, $1.W. 2w Seward, 7-r., bath, t6.00. S.TI9 Dewey Ave., t rorims, $10.00. 1214 So. 17th, B rooms, $10.00. u A K v 1 u n u o , ComT Nat. Bank Bldg.. 1604 Farnarn St. D M838 CENTRAL, lst-clasa 7-room house, 220 N.tJ TEN-ROOM brick. 114 N. bath, furnace, laundry, plan. - fith St.; gas. Not basement D 439 I7x TWO l-room houses, all modern. $18.00. C. M. Bachmann, 436-37 Paxton block. I M7w HOUSES. Insurance. Rlngwalt. BarkeTblk. TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage Co.. office lillVs Farnam, or Tela. $-ROOM cottage. 2&06 Franklin St, D 24 FOR RENT for two or three months, fur nlshed cottage to couple; references re quired, uan li. wneeier, jr., vi o. aw ju D M446 U FOR TtENT. I-mm wnmlmm hmiu and barn. 2218 Bln- nv atreet .$3.00 A rnnrv. mnit.ni KnDU ttTld hfl m . 2440 South 20th street 20.00 . THOMAS BRENNAN, 809 8. 13th St. " B 400 It rrip n itkt flrnt clnss. modern 8-room house, located No. 422 S. 2th St. Inquire F. P. Klrkendall & Co., 1101 Harney St., Omaha, Neb. D-M487 18. FOR REJTT FIRSYSHED ROOMS. DEWEY European Hotel, 13th and Farnam. ... - . E 169 ROYAL HOTEL, European. 16th & Chicago. $1.00 to $2.00 per week, 422 S. '.8th St., on block south of court house. V' ' Et lil NICE cool room, modern, very reasonable; Gentlemen preferred. 1425 N. 17th. , . . i.l K 207 CENTER hoter, Euroian plan; south cool rooms, $2 to $4 per week, 210 N. 17th St. Tel. B-2547. E-732 20 NICE cool rooms. 115 So. 20th. $5 up. E82 25 O. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 780. E-&6 FRONT ' and other desirable rooms, bath, cool and central, for aentleman. 1817 Cass st. . E-MS07 4 AETNA HOUSE. European, Utu & Podge. E 17i Hotel HubbeL 13th Howard; 'phone 29S8. , - - E MUI A9 8 NICE ROOMS, light housekeeping. 13 S. 11th. . E M415 NICE rooms, modern. KM Harney. K-MD3S 18x NICELY furnished rooms. Isqutr Omaha steam laundry, ITS-) Leavenworth, rnon A , D-l ' Ml 118 N. 17TH Cool front rooms for two. . . M441 AU Fl'RNISHED ROOMS ASD BOARD. THE FARNAM, 19th tc Farnam. F 174 509 8. 25TH AVE.; private family. F 176 THE KENWOOD 2616 Farnam Strt. Fhoa 304. F-MU8 THE ROSE, 2020 Harney, nioe cool rooms, good board; rates reasonable; also meal tickets. JT MMO 17 DESIRABLE rooms at th Pratt, 818 6. 26lh Ave- V MItoXi NICELY furnished room with first-class board; modern; convenient to car line, also within walking distance; rates reasonable. 8bl uavenport. M4i4 i.x '. Ft'RJIlTVRB' PACKIXG. PETERSON LUNLTBERQ, 115 So. 17th. Tel. L-23ia. H-r4Jt WANTED tO REST. OR g-room cottage In good neighborhood. . . r. . I . - I . . ha a .,. . . Aaorasa a. aa- wruaujr, aav d. wiu - . K M4u9 1X N FOR REST a rOREI ASD OFFICES. FOR RENT.'- th building formerly occu . . . . 1 v... Tl.. I, ... . Ii , l. . . .. a. i. V. . four atoiiea and a basement which was formerly used aa Th B praa room. This will b rented very reasonably. It Interested apply at office of C. C. Kos- waisr, sacrtcary, room luo, B bulldin-, - ' A SM FOR RENT, building sultabl for whole- aale purpos at via arnam, ion, . tour torle and tirst-claa cemented basemant, elevator, fir and burglar proof vault, omea counter and fixtures. For prlc and particulars inquire C. C. Rosewater, sec retary the Dm Building Co., room luO, Bee building. 1 M5S7 AGENTS WANTED. THE ONLY AUTHORIZED LIFE OF pure. l..u jliii, wruicu wild uie en couragemant, approbation and bles&lng of hi holiness, by Mgr. Bernard O'Reilly, D. l.. LL. U.. who lor eight years lived In the Vatican a domestic prelate to th pop. This distinguished American author was aummouad to Kome and ap pointed by the pope a hla elUclal biog rapher; approved and recognized by Car dinal cilhooiia and all church authorities a th only official biography of th pope; over Sou pages, maguiiicenuy Illustrated; unparalled opportunity for ageuta; best couimlaalon; elegant outnt free. Send 16 ceuta for postage. The John C. WlaKton CO., t! Dearboiu St., Chluagu, 111, J Milt ltx . WANTED, canvassing agents in every county to solicit suoscripiions to THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMLK. Steady employment with aaeured good in come. Agent in th country with hor and buggy eapaclally desired. Canvassers make easily $ul to $1U0 per month. Ad dreaa Century Fanner Solicitors' Bureau. Bea building, Omaha, J 2il AGENTS wantd to ell th "Llf of Pop Lao XIII. written with the encourage ment, approbation and blessing of Ills Holiness, th Pope, tiy Monsignor Ber nard o RaUly. KU Paxton Bldg. ' J M364 THE ONLY authorised rnemorial llf of fop Arfo All i. ueauuiuuy- lilusirated wltli- colored art plates of rarest vulua Approved and recog-ntzed by archbishops and bishops. . Unparalleled opportunity for agent. largest commission. - Klegant outnt free. r-end S") cent for posing. AMERICAN PUBLIdHINvl CO. Omaha. Neb. J MTtS 18 Tor , SALiS-prKNiTi'stc; CHICAGO Furn!tur Co.. "141S Dods. . Tel. 2C0. New and. aacond-hand. bought, sold, , . . . ... FOR SALE tlOltStl, WAGO.18, ETC. HAVE yoi ail. H. our rubber tires sat - whlls you rxost. 14 in ana Liaavanwortn. P 141 MONROE U ptaasur vahlcl al 811 N, lila . P AA4 WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE THE MONEY THAN SOME OF YOUR UNUSED HOUSEHOLD GOODS. A WANT AD IN THE BEE WILL SELL ANY OLD THING. FOR SALE MISCELLASEOIS. NEW and Id-hand typewriters, xilt Fsrnam, Q Uo IDHAND aafe eheap. Deright, X11J Farnam, Q 184 FOR SALE Second-hand Locomobile, In first-class shape, at one-halt prl-ie. Call or address 161 Farnam St. Q 6U FOR SALE Empty Ink barrels, 25 cents each, large, wen maoe oarreis, mass nrst class garbage receptacles. Fred Youngs, foreman Bea press room, rear entrance Bea Bldg. Q M43A INDIAN good and relic. Ill Farnam. Q 1U FOR SALE A new 800 ampere double pole witch; never been used. Apply to or adr dress 'Superintendent Bea Building, Omaha." Q-M767 PHOTOGRAPH CAR Rose's Art store. - for sale. Apply Q-l .82 FOR SALE Crane hydraulto eleratorj caa be used either passenger or freight! com plete. Iron guide posts, cage and wire en closures. J. L. Brandels & Sons. J-68t IRON and wire fences, tree guards, trel lises. Western Anchor Fence Co., 80S N. 17th St. Q 1S4 TELEPHONE poles, long fir timbers; chicken fence; oak piling. 101 Douglas. .. . (tna . CATALOGUE cut drug prices free. Sher man & McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. Q-1M FOR SALE 1,500 feet ot second-hand wire rope. In good condition. Apply to Or address "Superintendent of Bee Build ing, Omaha." Q Mite FOR BALE Gasoline launch In first-class condition on Lake Manawa: a bantam If taken at once.' For- particulars address a, Ha omce, council til una. WAREHOUSE scales cheap. Sam'! Bums. . . Q M984 All CLAIRVOVNTS. MRS. CARRIE SMITH. SOVEREIGN LADI ULKEN of c.alrvoyants; every thing told; past, present and future. Sat isfaction or no pay. ft1 N. 18th. 810 MME. LUCRETIA. medium. 1T0 California, B-e08 A4 ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. GRACE O'ERTAN, Baths. 720 B. 13th. r M69f MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N, IS.. 2d floor, r. J '1 909 EMOLINE SHEPARD, massage and va- por oainsj assistant, becond floor,- 606. 18th sl a ktf4S At MI83 HOWARD, elegant massage and vapor bathi lath, flat E. vapor baths; -alcohol rubbing. 817H N. a Al-w al MRS. DAVIS, 1621 Howard St., gront rooms; tub bath; first-class attendant. T M411 Ai EMELINE SHEPHERD. 806 N. Wth, 2d T M4S1 floor, furnished rooms. rSRSCNAL. DR. ROT, vhlropodlst; corns and guperflu- vua uair remuvea oy leciricity. . n. i and 8, 1&U6 Farnam St. U 191 VIAVL a wholesome nerve and tisau food a.nu noma iraiuneDi xor aisorders of women. Free booklet. Vlavi Co., 348 Ba Bldg. U 193 MAGNET PILE KILLER, IT CURES. U-19S At druggists, $L PRIVATE home during confinement; babies uupieo. xne uooa tamaritan sanitarium. 728 1st Ave., Council Bluffs, la. v U lv CHIROPODY, manicuring, scalp, facial, byglenft and apeciaA maasaga taught' -and ptadtlded. ' A. Mayer, 612 Bea Bldg. Con sultation fre. Us Re-No-May Powder. U 198 WE RENT sewing machines, tia per week; ws repair ana aeii parts tor an man f machines, Nebraska Cyd 4 C., cor. IStb.- and Harney si. 'Phone 1663. U Mso8 JjrU WANTED, 600 ladle to Visit our Garment cutting college to se its workings and test It merits by taking one lesson free. Room 27 Paxton block, corner ltth and Farnam Sts- . . U M647 24 PRIVATE hospital befor and during con finement; Paul's- boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gardels, r34 Laks. TeL Red-1884. U M284 TELEPHONE 780 for O. M. K. messenger. u JJ0 ECZEMA SALVE that cured W. A. Paxton. B J. Scannell, agent, 609 Ware blocs:. IT M387 29 $30 WE CURE RUPTURE FOR $30 No detention irom ousinei ww patients; send for booklet, ete. Empire Rupture Co.. New York Lit bldg., Omaha, Neb, TJ 19S PRIVATE Santitarium for ladles befor and during confinement. Dr. and Mrs, Gerisch. 8626 California St, Terms reason able. U-BJ1 Jy25 PRIVATE horpltal befor and during con finement; beet medical car and nursing. Mr. L. Flshr, 1S01 Vinton.: Tel. 189 U 68S MONEY TO LO AS REAL ESTATE. WANTED, city loan nd 'warrant. W. Farnam Smith A Co.. U20 Faraanstreet. WANTED, city and f lV11, Co.. 1703 m ws BT s rrV n LH. t AV V-.. aswar Farnam St., B Bldg. W 303 rlRu and cltr loans; tow rate. W. H. FTb-l First Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648. W-203 PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 837 N. Y. Uf 4 TO 6 P. C money. Bemla. Paxton block W-205 FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros. 1604 7 iaaa- PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1630 rougla. MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. C AQV TO GET v CAJ I TO PAY Pest explains our method. v, W loan on furniture, piano, warehouse receipts, etc. Or If you ha a parmau.ui poslUon we txu mak. you a without necurlty, except your own agre Our aerv c l quick and Jonndentisl aid w always try to pleas, in that w asa is that you giv u a call fifAHA SORTOAOK LOAN CO.. 119 Board of Trad. Bldg. Tel. 22. tEstab.h.d 18i) Bo. Wth St MONEY Ta ..i.iHmx simDloyM and wt arnar; w " . in.i V. arstt a frill out of delt. Any lady or geutleman. machinist, engineer, etc. having reliable employment can gt. Just on hi not Monthly. Monthly. Weekly. $100-Return to . f $6Return,tatt... 13g or . or $.'6.M or 813.85 or 8 164 tK Wtnrn tO U.. or 2.00 or 1.00 lowest rata. oonnaentiaL fcNo UquiriSZ Quick sarvic. . arm SI CUUI ICUU4 THE STAR LOAN CO.. 44 PAXTON BI.K. treatment. ' " MONEY TO LOAN . hnraes wasons. ate lowest rati. Any length of tlm. to suit your convenlenc without puDiicity S-1 a'.KffiiN MONEY . V . To people working- n a lry. holdljig a steady portion with responsible concerns. NTmergaV or endorser required; no In- " 11 . A - lii.nHs rx milU,Var qulrla Biao. -"T Vt fo ' - Room IWJ-8U8 Pxton -Bjj" rfQNEY loaaad en plain note to aalaried people; business oonndentlal; lowest rate. k4 Paxtoa Wock. Th 1. A. Uutton Co. MOMET TO LOAK CHATTELS. MONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE, PIANOS. LIVE STOCK, 8ALARIES, ETC. l,ow rate nd essy terras. Business ConfldentlaL Trr us If you want to save money. PHOENIX CREDIT CO.. 833 Faxton 'Block. th and Farnam ta. LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SALARIED -PEUt'i-w, merchants, team sters, boarding houses, etc., without se curity; easiest terms, 40 offices In prln-clr-sl cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trad Bldg. X-212 CHATTEL, ahtry and Jewelry loans. Foley X-215 MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, lew- dry,-horses, cows, etc J. . Keea, si I 8. is. x-as Bt'8lES CHAJICE8. FOR SALE, by administrator, good clean rtock of general merchandise in good trick building In good location, ready ti begin business at any time; Invoice about $6,000; must be sold soon. Call on or address B W. Chambers, administrator, Blair. Neo. Y M 971 WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange any property or business tulck, see J. IL Johnson, 813 N. T. Life Y-217 V'E CAN sell your real sotat or business wnerever located, we incorporate ana float stock companies, writ us. Horatio G.'lbert Co., Elllcott aq., Buffalo. Y-M14 lx FOR SALE A small stock of drugs In Franklin county. This Is an al opening for A physician. Address H 40, Bee. Y-M406 ltx CONCESSIONS aranted for Old Settler picnic, to ba held August 12: merry-go-; round and other attractions wanted. Apply to Concessions oommltte. Ben nington, Neb. Y 474 lx FOR SALE or rent, butcher shop with full equipment of tools, Ice box, blocks, etc All new. Fred Feyerhern, Stanton, Neb. 7 M 970 lSx EXCEPTIONALLY good opening in our office for an energetic, congenial man who has Small capital; prefer Judge of prop erty with large acquaintance in Nebraska; state age and experience. Address imme diately, Souther Guaranty Investment Co., Sioux City. Iowa. x 451 16x FOR SALE House and furnltur; only 83 lay house in town of 1.2W; best location In northeast Nebraska. For further par ticulars, write to H 69, Omkha,-Neb. ,' Y-M4S3 29. FOR SALE or trade, laundry plant and business. Address, i cu, omana Bee. " Y M491 18, FOR- EXCHANGE. FOR TRADE Brick Store building, for small nouso ana lot. Aaaress. li si Bee. Z-M192 18. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. - $4,750 For a Lovely Home In West Farnam district; built last year; httis has sight rooms; lower floors fin ished In oak. with 1st story; cement cellar; lot 60x100. This la'ajenap for some on Th owner will tak one-fifth cash flown, balano payment.' , Yyu" nav to see this to appreciate it '. ,,. . v, - r : '- .'('. - ' W. FARNAM SMITH St CO. U20 FARNAM STREET. RE 472-15 10-ROOM modern bouse, 11 blocks from nostomce tor saio uuaau. ivo j?im. bents & Co. . RE 220 W. C. CHISSELL, 838 t. X. Ltr Biag. HOUSES and lot In U parts of city; also acr properly ana iann ibmu. ino v. Davis Co.. Room 608. Bee Bldg. RE 221 WILLIAMSON CHARLES E., 1208 Farnam street. RE 218 RANCH and farm lands for sal by th Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A. McAllester, land coir.mirsioner. union -a-cifio Headquarters, Omaha. Neb. RE US . MIDSUMMER BAP.QAINS. UNAPS IN RENTAL PROPERTY. $3,500 Two houses, modern except f.maces. DIOCK Irom car, uou repair, ieuuu a. va.r. Can you beat tlat? $3,000 Two -r. houses, modern axoept fur- rcea, grouna juxuu io aiiey, uioa i", renUl $408 per yr. Will easily net 10 per cent. $4,600 Four houses, ground J2hr9", oorner, street uia aney on bvcij biuh. good ret air except one, rental $300 a rear. Will pay all chatgea and pay or themselves In tori years. One- third cash on all shove propertle. WALLACE. BROWN BLOCK. RE 44 -15 NEW COTTAGE Two-story, porcelain bath, marble wash dowi, closet, enaxnei sina, noi ana win water, gas, large cemented cellar, lot 4X 181, in nice location, near two car line. This property is new: never occupied: ma terial and workmanship Crat-class: should bring $2,500. Price only $,00rt. WE AIAS GOING TO SELL IT AT ONCE. ERNEST SWEET, 13 N. Y. L. TEL. 1471. WANTED To sell cattl ranch In South Dakota, or will sell one-half Interact to right partr. For particulars, address room 4v3, Toy building. Sioux City. Iowa, RE M448 18 X. FINE RANCH, bargain; 2 4(0 acres, 227 cattle, 12 horse, good improvements ana machinery; 10 mile fencing, large lake; 1.000 tons hay; prlc. $11,500. Box 219. bur well. Neb. . RE M48J ttx. DO YOU WANT ' t acre near Ruser Park (or $1007 This used to Da wonu wv an acre. uwiwt going to Canada and must sell. Just th filace for fruit and chickens,, and work n town. Hasting Heyden, 510 N. Y. Llf Bldg. RE M43S. 33.800 WILL BUT an elegant modern house - . ... . . ... . i - . fcna run lot on xiuiiej du, m auun Place; south front; street paved; special tax paid. Thomas Brtrinun. 309 S. Ut4 Bu . ., RE Mt0 U i ACCORDION PL RATH Q. GOLDMAN, 800 Douglas block. M 773 BABBITT METAL, FRICTIONLESS, worth 25c; closing It at ISo. II. 8. Mann, R- 17. Com. Nat I B out Bank. a 31 BALIS TIBS. OMAHA Hay Bate Ti Co.. til Norm 16th. a R. RUM BEL SON. only ti factory th state. Try ua. . lAth and Nichdlaa TaL riiol. U 7S 38 CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ALL, kinds of carpenter work and repairing promptly attended to. 1. T. Ochiltree, 1U and Laks slreata. tin CARPET CLEANINO, A. 3T JETT sails lor carpat. TL A-8XS1 CONTRACTORS AND BlILDBRS.' A. J. PlEnsON, toth and Burt. Tel. L-PM. fclS. DENTISTS. C II. PAUL, removed Burt. Tel. F-2763. to residence. TO28 LAI N DRY. OMAHA Steam Laundry and City Towel Supply. ITaO Leavenworth. Tel. A-1783. 227 DETECTIVES. CAPT CORAIACK, $17 Karbach block. TeU A-2W2. 228 EXPERT ACCOINTANT. O. R. Rathbun. room 15. Cora l Nat. Bank. iTXORIST. HESS BWOBODA, 1415 Famam. -018 U HENDERSON, florist, 1415 Farnam St. 829 FIRMTiaE PAOK1NQ. GATE CITY Upholstering Co., woven wlr springs tightened. Tel. B-2075. 1705 St. Mnry'a Ave. 863 GARBAGE. ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO. clean! cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and dead animals at reduced prioae. 621 N. 16th. Tel. 1779. 250 SOLD AND SILVER PLATING. OMAHA PLATING CO.. Be Bldg. Tel. 2S38. -1 LAWNMOWERS. SHARPENED. P. Melchoir, 13th & Howard . 433 LAWNMOWERS sharpened, saws filed. umbrellas repaired. Keys, etc, u rx. ir.tn. Tei. 2974. 833 LOST. L08T Gold locket, diamond setting, on lth or. 17th sts., between Dodge and Charles; finder rewarded. Barney Wolfe, car Hayden Bros. - Axst m xox BROOCH set with opals and pearl be tween 27th and Parker and 16th and Dodge; reward. Leav at Be offlc or 1824 N. 27th. Lost 467 15X LOST On 24th street car, July ,, green parasol, rteturn to w. t arnam orano, 1330 Farnam. Reward. Lost M44 lx. LAW AND COLLECTIONS,' S TILLMAN & PRICE, 28 U. S. N'l BTt. bid, J . . . . 4 NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.; 1st floor N. T". Llf Bldg., attorneys and collectors every wher. ' ua MACFARLAND A MAY, New York Llf Bids., room 804. 'Phone 1652. -38 MEDICAL. LADIES! Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pills are th best. Safe, reliable. Take no other. Send 4c., stamps, for particulars. "Relief for Ladles," in letter by return mall. Ask your druggist, Chichester Chemical Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. DR. NEIBERGER'S SKIN LOTION eurs Prickly Heat, Barber' Itch, Chlggera, Poison Ivy. Poison OaK. I leers, nmple. Scrofula Borea and all Pkln Eruptions. Price, 8100 per bottle. - J. C. NorthcraXt iron. ana uistr., urpneum rnarmacy. 801 W. Ninth St., Kansas V"y MO- M0 ttx. ML'SICAL. THOS. J. KELLY. TOic. Davidg 'Block. 3B8 PATENTS. H. J. COWGILL No fee unless successful. 818 S. 15th St.. Omaha. TeL 1798 2a OSTEOPATHY. GID. E. 4b ALICE JOHNSON, osteopatha Suit 615, New York Llf Bldg. Tel. VM. 239 Th Hunt Infirmary, McCagu Bldg. T. 2351 Z40 Atxan 4k Farwell, Paxton Blk., 604-7. T. 1365. M241 DR3. FINCH 4k MILLER, 124 8. 8Sth St. 481 Dr. Grac Deegan, 50) McCagua Tel. Wol 261 PAWNBROKERS. EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat ing, all business ConfldentlaL 1301 Douglas. RIG MANCFACTl'RING. OMAHA Rug Factory, 1521 Leaven- Tel. JOtt. 242 STAMMERING AND STCTTERINO. CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Rarog Bldg. ' i7 TICKET BROKERS. CUT RATE railroad ticket everywher. r. Ji. rniiDin, ima tarnim, 'fhon TM. -53 SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. A. a VAN SANT'8 schooL 717 N. Y.' Llf. 2a NEB. Business A Shorthand College. Boyd'i 2t9 l neaier. STORAGE. OM. Van Stor. Co., 16UH Farn. Tela 1&53-86& THINKS AND BAGGAGE. THE DEPOT on time. O. M. E. Tel. 780. SI When You Write to Advertisers remember It only take an extra stroke er two of the pen to mention the fact that you saw th ad In Th Bea. POSTOFFICE NOTICE. (Should be read DAILY by all interested. as changes may occur at any time). Foreign mails Ior the week ending July IS, 19U3, will close (PROMPTLY In all case) at in general posionic lonows: i'ar-cel-post malls cloae one hour earlier than closing time shown below. Parcels-post malls for Germany clos at I p. a. Wednesday. Regular and supplementary malls clos at Foreign Station half an nour later than clttaing time shown below (except that sup plementary mails for Europ and Central America, via Colon, ciose One hour later at Foreign Station). Traasatlaatlo-Malta. ' THURSDAY At 8 30 a m. for EUROPE, per - s. Jr. Bismarck, via Plymouth. Cherbourg and Hambuig (mail for ranee. Bwiigrriana, Italy, Bpaiti. Port ugal, Turkey, Egypt, Greece, British In dia and lornu Marques muat b di rected -per s. s r. tjiem.irca' ); at 7 a. ITALY, SPAIN, PORTUGAL. TUR-KEY.y EG7PT. GREECE. BRITISH LSDlAl ana ixjn&A&u MAnwiu, per s. a 1. Lorraine, via, nawe inau iwr other part Of Europe must b directed "per . a. L i.orTair.e 3. SATURDAY At 7:30 a. m. (suplementary 9 a. m.) for EUROPE, per a. s. Etrurla, via Quaenstowrt; at 3 a. m. for BELGIUM dixct, par a a A in laud (laaU suust be POSTOrFH K NOTU K. directed per . a. Finland' ); at 8 JO a. m. for ITALY direct, per s. s. llohen tollern trhall must be direcled "per s. s. Hoh-nsollr-rn"); st 9:30 a. m. for SCOT LAND direct, per s S. E'hiop.t tmall must be direct "r?r . a. Ethlopa"); at U a. m. tor DENMARK. -direct, per s. s. Inland (mall must be directed "par a s. Island"). rRINTKD MATTER, ETC.-Thls steamer taaes I'rinted Matte'. Commercial Ps pr. sn-J Sjmr'.M ior Germany only. The turn class of mail matter for ether parts of Europe win not b sent r.y tnls ship Unless SDeclnllv directed hv her After the closing of th& Supplementary' Transatlantic Mrnls named above, sdd! tlnnal Supplementnry Malls are opened on ttie piers of the American. English, French and Oermnn steamers, and remain open until within Ten Minutes ot ths hour of sailing -bt steamer. Metis' for 4rah Sad Central America, - .- West ladles, Ete. TI1URSDAT At 8 a. m. for CUBA, per a. a vigiiancta (man Tor Mexico, via i'rogreso, Camiche and Vera Cruz must be di rected "per s. . Vlgtlancla"); at li m. for MEXICO, per s. s. TJomo, via Pro-jrreso- tmall must be directed "per s. a TJoma"); at 12 m. (supplementary 12:1 p. m.) for BAHAMAS, UUANTANAMu and SANTIAGO, jper s. a Seneca; at 11:30 p. in. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per a a. Cltr of Bombav. from Phlladelnhi FRIDAY At 12 m. for MEXICO, par s. a. Aiaiansas, via lampico (man must De di rected "per s. s. Matansoa "); at 12:30 p. tn (supplementary 1 !u p. m.) for iNAGU'A and HAYTI. per s. s. Flandrla; at 1 p. m, for PORfO PLATA, per a.-s. Captain Bennett, from Boston (mall for Other parts of the Dominican Republic must, be directed "per, s. Captain Ben-n-tt"):-at 8.80 -. -p. tn. for AZORES ISLANDS,, per s. . Vancouver, from Boston. SATURDAY At 1 a. m. for NEWFOUND- LAN O, per a. s. iiosadnd; at 8 a. m. for BERMUDA, per s. a. Trinidad; at 8:30 a. rr. (supplementary 9:80 a. m.) for CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per a a Maracalbo (mall for Savanllla and Car tagena must bo directed "per s. s. Ma racalbo"); at 9 a. m. for PORTO RICO, per a. . Ponce; at- 9 80 a. m. (supple mentarv in;30 a. m.) for ST. THOMAS, ST. CROIX. LEEWARD and WIND WARD ISLANDS. BRITISH. DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per s. a. Carlb be (mall far Grenada and Trinidad must b directed "per s. s. Carlbbee"); at 9:30 m. (supplementary 10:3i) a. m. ) for FORTUNE . ISLAND, JAMAICA, SAV fcNILLA, CARTAGENA and OHEY TOWN, per s. s. Valencia (mail for Costa Rica must b directed "per s. s. Va lencia"); at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Mexico, via Havana; at 10 a. m. for AR GENTINE. URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per a. s. Trojan Prince, Mall For warded Overland, Ete., Ex- ' ept Transpacific. CUBA By rail to Port Tampa, Fla., end thenoe by steamer, closes al this offic dally. exceptThursday, at 5:30 a. m. (th connecting roans close here on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays). MEXICO CITY Overland, unless specially adaretsea scr aeypstcfs steamer, closea at this office daily, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. m. ami 11 50 p. m. Bunaays at a p. m. wnrt 11 -?m l" TT,. NEWFOUNDLAND "Br rail to North Syd ney, nnq inence ny sieamer. closes ai mis office dslly at-6:30 p. m. (connecting malls rloss here every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday . . JAMAICA By rail to, Boston, and thence by steamer, closes at -this omce at 6:30 p, -in.. every. Tuesday and Thursday. MlQUELON By -rail to Boston, and thence by steamer, closes, at Uiis office dally at BELll'pUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE MAUAHy -rail to New .Orleans,- and thence -by steamer, closes at this office dallv. -except Sunday. . at' 11:30 p. m. and U:S0 p.-m., Sundays st 1 p. m. and 111:30 p.. m. (connecting mall close ner Mon riava at 111-30 D. m.) COKTA RICA Bv rail to New Orleans, and thence by steamer, closes at this offic daily, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. m. and 11:S0 p. m , Sunday at 1 p. s:. and 1 11:30 p. m. (connecting man clones ner xues 5 ays at (11:30 p. m.) Registered mall closes at $ p. m. pre vious aay, " Traaspaclfl Mall. AUSTRALIA (except West). FIJI ISLANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, via Vancouver ana Victoria, U. C, close iere daily a.t 6:30 p. tn. up to July 118th, ;n cluelve' for despatch per s. s. Miowers, Hawaii, china, japan and Philip pine ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close Lr dally at 5.30 p. m. up to July 18th, -' inclusive, for 'tSespstch per s: a. Doric. CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close here dally at 8:30 p. m. up to July (ldth, inclusive, for despatch per a. s. Lyra. HAWAII, via Ban Francisco, close her daily at 4:30 p. m. up to July I Jut h, In clusive, for despatch per s. s. Alameda. CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, close her daily at 6:30 p. nv up to July 21st, Inclusive, for des patch1 per s. s. Empress of India. (Mer chandise tor U. S. Postal Agency at, Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Can ada.) - HAWAII, JAPAN, CHINA and especially addressed mail for th PHILIPPINE ISLAND0, via San Francisco, cIom htfre dally at 8:30 p. m. up to July fJ6th, in clusive, for despatch per a, s. Nippon Maru. PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, vl San Fran cisco, close here dally at 6:M p. m. up to juiy tnn, inclusive, ior oespaicn per u. S. TTansDort. CHINA and JAPAN, via Tacoma, close her dally at 6:30 p. m. jp to July ;2sth, inclusive, for despatch per s. s. OlvmDla. NEW ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA (except West), NEW CALEDONIA, FIJI, SA MOA and HAWAII, via ban Francisco, ciose ner oaiiy ai :w p. m. up to Au gust list. Inclusive, for desDatch ner a. s. Ventura. (If the Cunard sieamer car rying the British man ior New Zealand doe not arrlv In time to connect with this despatch' extra, malls closing at 5130 a. m. 9:80 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.; Sundays at 4:30 a. tn., 9 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. will oe maae up ana torwaraea until th ar rival of the Cunard steamer.) TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via p. m. up to August 10th, lnclualv, for aespaicn per m. . uariposa. NOTE Unless otherwise addressed. West Australia is forwarded via Europe, and New Zealand And Phlllonlnea via San Fran. clsco th quickest routea. Philippines specially addressed "via Canada" or "via ii.urop mum ue luuy irepaia at the for eign rates. - Hawaii is forwarded via Ban Francisco exl'lunively. . Transpacific mails, ara forwarded to port of sailing dally and the schedule of closing is arranged, on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. Registered uia ii ciubcs ii a p. m. previous day. CORNELIUS VAN COTT, Postmaster. Postoffice. New York. N. Y.. July 10. 1903, LEGAL NOTICE. PROPOSAIJS FOR 'SITE AND Wmja TIONS FOR A NEW STATE NORMAL feCHOOL. In aocordanc with House Roll No. 1, a bill for an-act to locate and establish one (1) additional state normal school, and to provide for th necuon of buildings, pay ment, maintenance and recelvlna it,,nii,n. for the same, th Board of Education of th stata normal achool hereby solicit pro posals for donations to the state of a suit able sit for an additional state rormal school, but said proposed sit must Includ a suitable tract of land not less than twenty (IB) acres In xtent, said land to be worth al least seventy-five ($75) dollars per acre, and said location of aits for isid scnooi must o west or a point cot ex ceeding five miles east of the ulnetv-elrhih meridian .Raid dnnuttnn. n r,..n. A I i.atlons for a. site may Include a bulldin j or buildings, snd Tjch proposals may also uiciuue nonations or money or duly regis tered municipal bonds to the state for thi use and benefit of such normal achool. All such propoaals shall be in writing and transmitted to the secretary of said board in sealed envelopes, which shall be opened in ine presence oi aaia uoara on Tuesday juiy is. si 2 o ciocg p. m., In th offic of the superintendent of rjuhllo In sirucimn in me capnoi cuuaing at Lincoln Nebraska, "and th properties mentioned in said proposals snail be examined an Investigated by said board and th ad vantages and disadvantages of said pro posed sit shall be considered, and said board In accepting or rejecting any pro posal shall take Into consideration the in. cation' of such proposed site, the character and value or the earn, the character an vnliia titmihm bnlldlnfl. np bntldlnv IK.u.. if any. whether such buildings thereon are proposed to te oonate or sold to the state or to be partly donated and Dartlv aoLl the Amount of money. It ny, proposed to t aor.atea-or in vaiua or any nondi ac companying such proposal, and may accept such proposed donation and locate such normal achool upon such sit which, - tn th judgment of such board ' under . all -the facts and rlroumstario., ma appear to ba for the best interests of th state In th premises ' By order, of Ih .Hoard of Director of th Stat normal schools, . . . WILLLtM K. FOWLER. Secretary Board of Education, Superin tendent of Public Instruction. : V . GEORGE ROGERS, .,PTfsldent Board of Education. . lUncofn;:Vb.r July 0, isos 5 .. v fr i:j Htm NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. . Sealed bid will be received by the Bosrd of Public Lands and Buildings at the office of cxetaj-y of sta.t for th r act Ion of a I.EOAL AOTICr.S. brick Public Comfort and. Water Closet Xtilldli-g at the C-tste Fair grounds. Plans nnd specifications of same art on flie t the ofllce of secretary of state. Hnls niust l In th hands of th secretary of st.ttc by 13 o clock noon. Monday, July 80th. The boM-d reserves th right to reject ny anu all bids All bids must b accompanied by certified check for 350", payable to the secretary of state, to -be forfeited to the state In ease successful bidder fnlls wltMn ftre- nays after the award of such contrsct to enter Into contract and bonds for th faithful performance of such contrsct. GEORGE W. MARSH. Pecretsrv of Itonrfl. July S-10-U-1J-13-14-16-18-17-18 IA1LWAY TIME CARD. t'NION STATION lOTR AND MARC Y, i i . t alon Paris.. , . . Lava Arrlv. Overland Limited a t:40 am a t:M pra The Fast Mall . $:8apss California, Exprvs a 4 JO pro Faclflo Kr press ail JU pra - Eastern Fxprs - . AlKpm The Atlnntlc Express,... - a T:80 am The Colorado Special... T JO am a 3 40 am Chkoro gpeclal..., a 8:40 ara Lincoln. Beatrice ana - Stromsmfg Fxrira..B 4 cnt .lill'8o wn North Flstt Local.., ...a 80 am. a J8 psa Grand 7sland Local b (49 nra b 6:85 ant Chicago. jMIIwaak A St. PaL Chicago Daylight .....a 1:46 am all:!! pes Chicago Fast Expr..a (:4f pm a 8-40 pm Chicago Limited ......a 8.05 pm a T50 am Dea Moines Expre....a l: am . 3:49 pm CMcaga A northwester. - V ' ' v "Th Northwestern Lin." Fast Chicago ...a 3:40 am a t:M am Mail ,....a 8:00 pm a 8:30 an Local Sioux City a 1.10 am a 3 80 pin Daylight BU t cui. ...... .a i jo am uu: pm Daylight Chicago .a 8:00 am. all JO pa Local Chicago aU.SO ara' a 5:19 pm ijocal Cedar Kapid lu pm Limited Chicago ...a 8:16 pa a 8:18 am ...a 4:00 pm 3:50 aa ,.. 5:50 pa 3:45 pa ...-a sua pa a 8:15 am a 3:40 pa ...b 4:00 pm b I.M tm Local Carroll .... Fast Chicago .... Fast St. Paul,... Fast Mail 1.ocal Sioux City Norfolk Ac Bonesteel a 7:zr am aio-.s, aa Lincoln & Long Plne....b 7:25 am blO 3$ am . Chicago, Hock islaaa as rscisa. EAST. - Chicago Daylight L I'd.. a 8 6iara a I 50 am Chicago laylight Locai.a 7:00 aa a 9:36 pa Chicago Express.... bll:15 am a 5 Si pm Des Moines Express. ...a 4:30 pm bU:50aa Chicago Fast Express.. a 6: pa a l;'ft pa WEST. Rocky Mountain L t d. .a 7:30 am a 7:26 am Lincoln, Colo. Springs. . . Denver, Pueblo and West a 1J0 pm a 1:00 pa Colo.. Texa. Cal. an Oklahoma Flyer... ....a 8:40 pra all:40 pra Wabash. St. Louis "Cannon Ball" Express ....a 6:66 pra a 3:20 ara St. Louis Local. Coun- - ell Bluffs, a 9:15 am 10:30 pra Mlaaourl PaeftJo. ' . P -St. Louis Express'..". ..aiO:00 am a 8:25 pra K. C. A Et L KX.....alQ:0 pm ,a 8:15 am Illlnola Ceatral. , Chicago Express .v. .....a 7:35 am a f:10 pa Chicago, Minneapolis A . -i t - 6u Paul Limited: a 7:50 pat a 8:05 ant Minneapolis A St. Paul " . ? - Express ,k b 7:35 am blOJS pm Chicago Local ...v...... 10:35 am Chicago Fxpress ........ 10:85 am WEBSTER DEPOT 36TH A WEBSTER. Chleag, St- PaaL Brlnacapell A ..; . Omaha. ; . v , , , LaavA, . Arrive. Twin City Passenger... 'a 4:80 art a 9:10 pra Sioux City Passenger... 3:00 pm all:20 am Oakland Local b 5:45 pm b 8:45 aa Mlasoarl Pacta. V . . ' Nebraska Local VI . . Weeping Watar.. b 1 JO pm 10:25 aa Cklcaso A Northwesters flckraiks ad Wronlif DlvDiloa, ' Black Hills, Dead wood. ' Lead, Hot Springs a 8:00 pm a (.-00 pa Wyoming, Casper ana AOUgia ...... u . w ywtt m Wtv BasUngs, York, David City, bupsrior, ueneva, Exeter and Seward.... b SmS pas b 5:00 pa BURLINGTON STATION 1MB A MASON - i:rUsgtsa A Miaaearl Rlv. Aiav. Arrir. Wymore. Btaitnc ana . v,. , Lincoln a :W Pi Nebraska Eipreas....... 8:50 am. a 7 45 pm Denver Llmlui. a 4.10 pm a 8:45 aa Black Hill and Pugat Bound Express all 30 pm r. tit pm . C o 1 o r ad u Vetlbul4 ... Fiyei si:i m Lincoln Fast Mall....... b 1:61 pm a S4W an. Fort Crook and Platta- moutn n rn pm oivsa ara Bellevu & Paelfla Jet-, 70 pm ' a 8.27 aa Betlcvu APacflo Jet.. a iM am Kansas City, ft. J.s at Cemaeil Bl . ' Kansas City Day EX... a 1,1$ aa a KW pa - SL Louis Fly or.... a 6-U) j.,n . U:05 aa Kansas city Nirnt .x..aiu:so pm a g:i aa Chicago, Bnrllagtoa A .Aialaey. Chicago Special A 70 am a 3:65 pa Chicago Vestlbuled Kx.. 4 00 pa a 7:45 aa Chicago Local.... .a 911 am all :00 pa Chicago Limited a 8.06 pm a 7:46 am r ast Man , a z:w pa a Daily, b Dally except Sunday, d Daily except Saturday. Dally xcot Monday. llEANiUlri, AMCHO AiNS V. Stan, sYSAAuHirs KSW TOMC lONOONDgJIBY AND OLASOOW. NSW TOkK, 01BB.AL.TaJl' AND KATLBS. Sesarlar seeoaisMaatlaB, boallaat Ostslaa, Ts Canloit at PsaMngwa Caralallf CaaIAr4. SlagM r SauaA Trip Tickets Issued Mmw New Terk SaS geaUa. Koglisa. Irish sag all srlsctsal eaaUBUial lau at surutlT num. Sea ler Book ai Tear. For tickets or general luforaMUloa- aval? ta aag local ascai ac ia aacaar uaf or la- . HBNliaJisuM aiuis.. uaa t aguta. uwssa, aua HOLLAND'AMEMCA LI HE N.w Twln-8rrw -Btmsr ! M.to Tons MEW TORK HOTTSnOAM-. Ta UOVVOQUf. .Sallla. Wcdacoilar at 1 AV-J4 Rotterdam ...:.'.. .Auly Ml xlm ...,.... Aog 1 potadaia ...... ....Aug. .4 Noordaa 'Alt. AA glaUoaAm - Aug, isiitoucraasi ...B'pimticr J IIOLi,AND-AUIlRIC, . LINA0, . tW Dearborn St.; Cittxo, 118. , Hairy Moor, 1601 I'srnssi su. a Xatkartarfl, tin raraani at-, J.. B. -KavnaWl. tout ronooi at. INFORMANT ASKS BIG REWARD T . V 't ' Brings Salt AgraJasC atarnatlenal ManafactarlBg Cosapaay tm , Ts.ooo.'; ; ' ' Hugo O. - Praunlich of Davenport, ' la'.. agalnat Th International Manufacturing company of Omaha, P. C. Heafy, Thomas J. O'Brien, A. J. Cooley, John. Power and John W. Martin, as officers and directors of Said company, Is th title of a suit brought In th United States district court . for damages In th sum of . f"j,000. Th complainant alleges that th defendants did affix upon each of 750 washing ma chines manufactured by th International Manufacturing company th words and figures, "Pat. Feb. 10. WJ." and that kld Improvement had not been patented by de fendants up to June, !S0$. which 1 an offers against th laws of the United . States. v. i '. . i i The law provide that any penon - who shall print or hav stamped; or painted' upoa any machln manufactured by them th word "patented or patent Issued," etc., when no patent has been Issued, shall pay a fill of $100 for eaoh. machln or tasUg ment so marked, one-half of which; . shall , go to th United States and th other half to th Informant. ., ... t ' This suit is th outgrowth of a caa be gan In . the United State ' circuit . court Monday by the II. F. Brammrtv Mao jfac- turlng company of Davanpert, la., against th gam defendants' for Infringement of patent, and an additional suit praying for an injunction-reatsukpiag th am -defend- knts from the further manufacture of th ' washing machlpef. ' ' , ' j, ' , Eat) Hm TeMsrt, : i Lazy llVers' and sluggish "ooweli 'rati headaches.- I. King w. Lif. pin r. - uia , .- is or no pay. v Only He. AiVr ' move th causa or no pay. file by Kuha Depat'y t oaaal at-Pari Rla. . PARIS, July .15. Jame A'Wpob Bo wen of Chicago has resigned the. pot':. of dVty consul general her. La cense ijuenc ot con tlnuod Ul health. ' ' y i