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TIIF, OMATTA DAILY HEK: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1903.
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SPECIAL NOTICES
ASverttesanta fr tfc !
evtll lt take-a til IS ! tk
evening- eclttea ana III m p. an.
Bast-Blast ana Snnaay e0tlon.
! States, 1 a vvera a rat Insertion,
! a war thereafter. Retains; taken
lass tana SS for tne rt laser,
f Hon. These) aa vertlaessns snnst
i r eonseeatlvely. t
J XTrilltm, k? rejnettBT a -'re
eheak, have wtn aa-
reeeea a asaered letter la ear
! Tne Itee. iiiwtn a a dresses! will
aellvrrea aa wseatntfaa mt ta
ahewfc alv.
WANTGD-MALK HELP.
Jj Educate for Business,
. . Boyles College
' NEW tUKK LlFiu BLuO.
RUBINESo, SHORTHAND, i KPEWRIT
, ENGLISH.
day amu mum,
; STUDENTS Ai)Mli'lU AT ANT TIMS.
' ' Apply far Catalogue,
fjf B-Q1
'GOOD Dieiuaiart wanted; first-class pay.
A. I. 1. Co., U a. UUl. M wj4
(WANTED, ftrst-claas wood turner at once.
J Oood wages, Lincala ash, Uour .Vli(.
I Co., Lincoln, Neo. i i
.WANTED, for U. . army, abls-bouied. ttn-
, T lllal t lea nili, IMLWDUl MgW) Ot 1U and do,
; . cltlxens of Lulled Stales, of good cnaiau
., lei and tempoiate naoltit, why. cun speak,
, read fend wilts English. Fo' tniormatiou
apply to reoruiting uilteer, Utn auJ AAidge
sis., Omaha, ana Beatrice. Nob.
B M16I
'.WANTED Two asents at onca: aood sal-
' aiy. ouy. work. O, Fv Aaauat Co., let
J Howard at. " "..,, B-MM
.WANTED, a newspaper or magazine ev
? liultor to work, the cltr on a new urou-
osituin. Call. at Circulation Uept Omaaa
' Je. U MfeJi
YOUNO MAN BRIGHT Over 18, to pre
', tare for Gov't unailiun; good aaiary; per
manent, gradual promotion. Box tni, te
, ar Rapid. ia . B Mo NJiX
WANTED Active grain .man for road ac-
' quaimed wiib shippers in southern Me
hrasaa and ' northern Kansas. Auurs
' with references and salary expected, T 44,
, . ee. -ft . . .. aMi a 3
PERSON to oall on retail trade for manu--
tacturlna; houfte; aaiary Uu. paid weekly;
expenae money advanceu; prevlyia cx-
' ferieuoa uniietaoary. bianuaru itou-
Catuu B10H-, Chicago. B M703 ix
UUBTUKO bor for office and erriul work:
good channa to advance. Th Hmlth Pre-
' bJiler Typewriter Co. A . , . MIM I
WANTED Men to learn the barber trade
.few weelu oompletee: oan earn. nearly all
. axpennea, tncluamg board and toola be
fore graduating; aplendid facilities, rare-
. f ul Inatructlona; diploma granted. Cata
logue explaining mailed free. Moler Bar-
Der college uui iJouglaa tjt. . B atm2x
WANTED Men everywhere; good pay; to
distribute circulars, adv. matter, tpek
. aigna, eta; no canvassing, national Aav
' Bureau. Chicago. , B Mtf7tf Zx
WANTED, good union forwarder, finish-
T A, rare Bee office.
era, rulers; nrst-ciasa.. binder. Address
B-M737 I
WANTED FEMALK HK14.
looairl. CaU Canadian office. Ifith Dodge.
... c ut
; WANTED, first-olasa ladlea'
' Morrla. 1401 larnam., ,
tailor. Max
c um
I'pUNQ girl to aealat at general housework.
t, iunquir hi a. mm at. C M434
TWO more young women and one youns
man 10 lane cfiurve vi training in nana
tortum. Address W. U. Hosa, 21-1 Lake,
..? ',';:; )f. Hat
WANTKD A bright woman with good so
cial standing aa manager for extennive
essteriv bmJtnesa, .. AWre . T W.K Bee
office. C M680 2
WANTED, competent girl for general
housework; three in family, A,. (J. Bee
son, m 8? 18(h mC' J"CS "c&tm S
WANTED Ladles to learn halrtlreaskig,
manicuring, electrlo or facial maesage;
four to six weeks completes; positions
waiting graduates at top wages t' diplomas
5 ranted; complete outfit given each e flu
ent. Call or write, Moler ColleK; i:i2
Douglas St. . O Mi73 x
FOR RENT MOUSES.
UOnCpC in all parts at Uie city. R.
nUU3W C. paters Co., Bee Bldg.
. ' : r .i .' . tlHUi
HOUSES, Insurano. Ringwalf, Barker Blk.
1
I1UUOCO o. F. Davis Co., fcos Bee Bldg.
D 4h
TO MOVE right set Omaha Van Stories
Co., office 1611V. Farnam. or Tela ltt9-fco4.
. .... . D-rSlO
FOR RENT, ten-room house, modern, and
barn. In West Farnam district. Wra. K.
Potter. Rec. No. itol Brown Blk. . .
, T ' .. . .D-Msa
FOR RENT, s-room housa, 2K1 Woolwortk
Ave., $-0 per month) poaseaswa given Oe
tober If. Apply to Mel Uhl. care Dally
News office. 1MWI v.
PAYNE-BOSTWICK CO.. cnolce liousea
t-eua naw laii .un xiug. rnone luis,
' D 90S
SEVERAL good bouses, $10 to $Li Chris
Byer, Urn and Cuifilng. f bone 9049. -.
D-M110
NEW (-room modern bnusa Immediate
, possession given. J. N, Marsh, 'phone
21U. 445 Board 01 xraae. u 143
QOOD S-room modern house to rent, fur.
nlahed: West Farnam; 4 blocks from at.
ear: $2i per mo. Harriaon and Morton, 112
and lis N. x. iai: ei. tie. u-iii 1
T-ROOM HOUSE, S404 N. 22d st ; Tel.. 3177.
D Mial 2x
2608 HAMILTON ST., six rooms. Inside,
. elnsnt. Hi. 2222 N. 18th St.. six rooms.
Urn yard. 118. 2221 California, six rooms.
$ll 'Others. Rlngwalt , Bros., Barker
block. J- M432
FOR RENT, nine-room modern brick house
In good condition, 26th ave. and Harney.
wm. XL. r otter, receiver, no. Drown
block
D44
NEW five-room cottage, modern.
2&6A '
I'hone
D 6m
FOR RENT 7-room house, 1827 N, 18th.
. V . - P-M5
i-ROOM cottage, tu24 Vtntue, 8. Hiwver.
1014 fc.mmet. VMti I
LARGE 9-room house, gas, furnace, porce
lain bath, with pmaie-piated fixtures;
oon reiir. - mo. With at. 40. it
. Whitney, telephone F-27u.
D M7S5 S
FOR RENT Flat at 2S North 24th street.
Apply W. A- Webster, 41 Barker block.
D-M7t 3
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van 8tor
age Co., Tel. 149s. OiJlce. 1711 Webater st
u aui
FOR RENT FIHS ISHED ROOMS.
O. M. E. hauls trunk. Telephone all.
E 914
DEWEY European Hotel, Uth and Farnam.
ROYAL HOTEL. European. ItUh Chicago
aw a
KlTKLY furnished rooma Inoulra Omaha
rJt-m Laundry, 1700 Leaveuwoi lh. 'Phone
A-iiaa. sv u
AETNA HOUSE, European. 11th
i Dodga
39 U
NICELY furnished room In private family;
neuae new ana modern. 2619 Jones tt
U M910
NICELY furnished rooms; everything new
and modern; gentlemen preferred. Viit
Vsbstcr St. E-M337
VJPR RENT. 1 er 1 furnished rooms, single
' or enaulte; private tiiuly. iU 8. 2-tih.
E M441
aCLEGANT front room, sleam heating and
balk, for gculltiUaa. i-f-i Cai'liol Ave.
. L- i'jQ- I
EVERY MAN IN OMAHA SHOULD OWN A HOME. , ; .
BY WATCHING THE REAL ESTATE ADS. YOU CAN FIND ONE AT
A BARGAIN.
FOR IIRXT FIRMSIIED BOOMS.
LARHK, LIOHT, AtRT ROOMS.
$12.50 and up per month.
76c and up a day.
AT THE DELLONE,
14th at. and Capitol ave.
Steam heated; electric lighted; private and
general baths; all conveniences; nrsi class
service.
Eat where you please.
ROOM AT THE DELLONE.
i E M12 NovJOx
GOOD, warm room, modern.
2WW Harney.
E M.30 ix
DESIRABLE ROOMS at The Farriam, 19(h
and Karnam Bta. tiMVA
TWO unfurnished or three furnished rooma
for light housekeeping at 723 South into
street. Kl 8x
FIRSITIRB PACHIKQ.
Peterson Lundberg, 115 8. 17th.
Tel. L,-vm,
H-sn
FOR HKT TOBES AKU Ofc FlCKS.
FOR RENT Buildinar suitable for whole
sale purpose at 918 t arnani, KixSO, .four
atorlea and firae-clasa Cemented basement,
elevator, lire r.nd burglar proof vault, of
fice counter and ftxtuiea. f ur price end
particulars Inquire C. C. RoseWater, aw?
retary the Bee Building Co., room 100, Bee
building. . ' ,
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied uy i ne uee at m arnam st. it naa
four storiau and a basement, which was
formerly used by The Bee Dresa room.
Thia will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at office of C. C. Roae
waler, secretary, room 100 Bee building.
J-STORY and basement, 22x100; 1005 Farnam
at. inquire 214 i lrsr. isat l uan itiig.
I-M15J
. - i i i ill
FOR RENT, three uoper atorlea In four-
story nuiiaing t me r arnant si.; two
stories it preferred. Address C. C. Rose
water, Sec y.. Room lvO, Bee bids.
1-M9S6
3-STORY and fine basement building In
wholesale district; price fl.GOO. F. D.
Weart, 1524 Douglas St.. I 4 N4
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED Canvassing ajrents In every
Oounty to soll.it Fubwriptlons to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURT FARMER.
Steady employment with assured gotxl In
come. Agents In- the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make' easily Mo to $100 per month. Ad
dress Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha. . J 21J
WANTED TO BIT.
WANTED To buy second-hand ' jrasollne
engine, 10 to 16 horse power. .; Andreas t
68, care. Bee.- NVM004 tx .
FOR iALE FlKNITtBE.
FULL line of hard coal stoves now on sale,
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge St.
O i4I
OAK sideboard for sale, 2209 Spencer st.
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC
MONROE sells pleasure -vehicles at 811 N
Ibth tit. P--S1S
HARRY FROsrS Carriage and Wagon
Works U on corner of 14th and Leaven
worto. ' '
FOR BALE Two-seat, extension top car-
' tinge. In ' good condition, rubber Urea
.Milton Rogera c Bona Oo 14th and Far
nass sta, ' P-M477
STATIOI ' roekawsy; ' excellent' condition.
pole and BUalls, only iuu. Address 1 M,
Bee. P M609 7 '
' FOIl gALli- MISCELLANEOUS.
TELEPHONE POLES: long Or timberi
olilckan tenoei.oaa puwg. u upugiaa.
FOR SALE, secondhand locomobile, la
Orst-ciasj snape. at one-naii priou. cau
or address, lim. Farnam 8U Q 9Z1
INDIAN goods and relics.
lllS Farnanv
Q at.
NEW and Whand typewriters. 1119 Farnam.
' ... . Ua2A
IRON & wire fences, tree guards, trellises.
Western Alienor ence to., an. im. 17th ttu
Q 02i
CATALOGUE cut drug prices free. 8her
man Mcuonneu urug jo., vmana.
W 823
FOR SALE Several scholarships In a first-
class stanaara scnooi in uniant, compils
Ini eomuleLe course in business. ,ri,,rl.
hand and typewriting. Inquire at Hee
office.
U-4bl
FOR SALE Co -J business. Capital required.
sz,ouu.vo. u, nee. y ji .
JDHAND safe cheap. Dsrlgbt, 111S Farnam,
DOORS, windows, lath, studding, beaded
. 011111K. kindling, nyaraunc elevator, mar
Me tile, radiators, gas fixtures cheap.
Barker hotel. y Mtu is
BILLIARD and- pool tables, bought, sold.
exchanged aha repaired. Bar nxturea
and saloon supplies. The Western . Bar
Fixture and Hotel Supply Mfg.- Co.. 14tr7
Harney St., Omaha. Neb. Q M73S NS0
CLAIRVOYANTS.
GYLMER, palmist
715 N.
23d; 'phone B
D M IU0
MBS. CARR1H SMITH, SOVEREIGN
it a. Li I uueert or ciairvoyantt; every
thing told, past, present and future. Sat
isfaction or no pay. 507 N. Uth. 9j0
ELECTRICAL TREATMENT.
MMK. SMITH, batna, 1U N. 16, Id floor, r. 1
T M4U5 N&z
PERSONAL.
PRIVATE Senltarlum tor ladles before and
during i-oniuierueni. Dr. and Mrs. tierutun,
$u culiloruta su Terms reasonable.
x- . U-J8
PRIVATE hospital during confinement:
babies adopted. Mra. Uaidels, iMA Laka
Tel. Hlit - U e49
PRIVATE home
babies adODted.
during confinement:
Ths Uood Samaritan
Sanitarium, I'M 1st Ave.. Council Bluffs,
la. u'-m
BOSTON Umbrella Mfg.. ttsl S. it. Tel. 1617.
Umbreilaa, paraaola re-covered, repaired
or iiiaue, U
THE Omaha Plating Co. will soon move to
larger quarters at lota Harney St.
UMU0
"VIAVI" way to health; 344 Bee building,
Outaha. U-l
PRIVATE hospital before end during con
finement. Mrs. L. Fisher, 1601 Vinton.
Tel. 1M9. U 9j
WE RENT sewing machines st 7au per
week, 12 per month; we repair and Mil
parts tor every machine manufactured;
arcond-liand machines from $1 to $10. Nob.
Cycle Co., 16th and Harney. U 37
MAGNET PILE KILLER.
At druggists $L
IT CURES.
- U--W11
DR. PRIES treits successfully all diseases
snd Irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. - Udi
Dodge St., Arlington block. Omaha.,
L 91S
COSTUMES for rent. 3211 S. 0th. Sack.
U Moi9 deel
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city loans and wsrraata W.
Feruaia Smith 4t Co.. 1UU Faxuain Bt
W-42
PRIVATE money. Shsrwood. M7 N. Y. Llfa
W
WANTED, real estate loans and warranta
R C. Pters A Co.. Bee Bldg. W M
FIVE PER CENT loan.
Faruaui.
Garvin Bros.. 194
. W 4
4 TO i f . C saouey,
Beat is, Paxtun block.
M0.1ET TO LOA IlKAI. ESTATK,
FAItM and city loans, low rstes. W. H.
1 nomas. First Nat 1 Bank Bldg. TM. 1Mb.
w-sa
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1520 Douglaa
W-D4I
TO IX)AN, $vio at 7 per cent on good real
estate security. Address F M, Bre.
W-M3G9
UOK1CY TO LOAN-CHATTELS.
MONET LOANED ON
FURNITURE. PIANOs, LIVE STOCK.
SALARIES. ETC.
Low rates and easy terms.
Business Confidential.
Try us If you want to aave money.
PHOKNIX CREDIT CO.,
(31 Paxton Block. ttth and Farnam Bta.
MONET roaned on pianos, furniture, it
eiry. horses, cows etc. C. F. Reed, ai ft.
lew-
It.
C ACV TO GET
C AO I TO PAY ,
. Best txpiuiua our methods. , .
We loan on furniture, manoa, warehouae
receipts, etc. Or it you have a permanent
position we can maae you a .
BAUhi Loan
without i-ccurlty, except your own agree
ment to repay. Our service Is quick and
contidential and we alwaya try to please.
All that we ask Is that you give us. a call
beftre you borrow elsewhere.
. OMAHA MORTUAUE LOAN CO., , ,
11 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel.- 22.
Established UilZ). 1M B.-ltllh Ut.
X Ml2
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED rfcOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding bouses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices in prin
cipal cities. Tolraan. 440 Board of Trde
Bldg. . - X-sU
MONET loaned on plain note to salaried
eople; business conrldential; lowest rateex
14 Paxtou block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
X.-6U
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
juoan lo ti a, uarxer moos. . A a,
BASY MONET ON
FX'RNITURB OR SALARY;
rivvvfuT nil1 wn ..
BUSINESS 'STRICTLY CON "IDENTIAI
PRIVATE OFFICES.
! UELIABL13 CREDIT COMPANY,
8U7-30S PAXTON 3 LOCK.
... . -. , . , .. , , . X-M788
BLkl.M!iS CHANCES.
WHEN you want' to buy, sell or exchange
, .ny property or business quick, see J. H.
Johnson. Ml N. Y. Life.- . Y-tte
FOR BALE, good grocery and butcher's fls'
tures, inciuoing ice dox. -inquire aiu rr
nam. Y-S6J
(i'OR SALE, to active man, interest In es
i tabllahed business; personal services and
$5,(KA required. Excellent opportunity for
right party. Address T 17 Boe. Y 414
FOR SALE Foundry and machine shop
in the part , ot the best agricultural
country of S. D., on account of sickness
of the owner, at very low price. For
Information correspond With J. C. Mur
mann, Yankton, S. D.
Y-M4ol 4
FOR EXCHANGE.
TO EXCHANGE A -choice 240-acre farm
near MJonda la., highly improved;' price,
$96 per acre; will take a good building
worth $9,000 for part pay. Write Jordan
tc Rathe, Box 694. Fonda, la. ' Z-4-M4C9 2
i i WANTED MALE HELP-.'
, Own a farm irlduth Dakota.
The best land for th,e lea$t
rnoney.- .. :.. ' ;
, T , . 1W7 N, f; J. Bldg.
RE M749 7
FINE BUILDING IX)T VQR SALE.
1 . . $760.80. i: . v -
' South front on Burt L, Just west ot 24th
St. Ixt Is on grade, a fine location.
GEORGE & COMPANY, 1001 Farnam St.
f.Wiiliarnson:, CoV
EXCHANGE. '- - '
Will trade good large lot near 27th and
Farnam sta, together with $6,000 or $6,000
In cash for a choice $S,000 to $10,0u0 resi
dence In West Farnam district. Banna,
Paxton block. . RE M407 tt
HOUSES and lots In all parts ot city; also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co.. Room 508, Bes bldg. RE-9t)
ALL sbout North Dakota and wnere to buy
flood lands cheap; dexcrlptive folder and
1st sent free; reliable representatives
wanted. Whitney & Wheelock, 13 Broad
, way, Fargo, N. D. RE Ml
RANCH and farm sands for sale b;
by the
A.
Union Pacific Railroad comDany.
- McAliesler. land commission, r, ' Union
Pacific tieagquarters, omana, ato. .
. , RE-9SJ
FREE homes; send 2-cent stamp for map
.i ot Rosebud reservation, giving full lnt'or
rnatloii. V. W. Forbes, BonesteeL 8. D.
' .. RE M 177 .
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR SMALLER
PROPERTY s-room modern houae, and
trplendid barn; lot Cxius. Apply owner,
2914 N. 25th St. " ' R&-M73 N14
TIMBERI TIMBER!
THE best Investment. Larae -or, amall
tracts Reference furnished. Write your.
wants
i SIMONS
' REASONER, Ashland. Ore.
RE M39 N7 s
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
WB ARE HEADgUARTERS FOR YEL
LOW PINE in the Soft Yellow Plus
Belt. This timber compares favorably
in quality with the While Pine of Wis
consin and MicRlgan. Can all be loggdd
with big wheeis. No fire risk. Complete
and lettable information. Perfect tlllu.
LANDS WE CONTROL AND CAN DE
LIVER 25,000 ACHES, average 2,u00 to Ike
quarter Bectlon, price $7.50 per A. - '
lO.uoO ACRES, average 2.0U0 to the quarter
section, price $li.Oo per A.
9,Q'J ACRES, average 2,000 to the quarter
section, pries $6.00 per A. ..-...
8,000 ACRES, average 2,500 to the quarter
aection, price $9.00 per A.
14,000 ACRES, Spruce and Hemlock, average
3,600 to the quarter section, price u.os
CERTIFIED FOREST RE8ERVE SCRIP
In large and amall amounts at the market
price. References furnished. Correspond
ence solicited. Address,
AMERICAN TIMBER CO.,
E. M. Runyan, Mgr., Marquam Kldg., Port
land, Ore. - M3us nov9x
ACCORDION PLEATING. .
GOLDMAN, SOO Douglas block.
ACCORDION pleating. cheapest. best.
quickest, airs. A. atara, iito ana j-'oug.
M7
BALE TIB.
OMAHA Buy Bala Tie CoH
811 North 18th,
961
CHIROPODISTS.
DR. ROY, rooms I-i. 1505 Farnam at.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and re pa
promptly attended to. J. T. Ocbi:
oik and Lake bta. -
lrlng
tree.
-in
DANCING ACADEMY -
MORAND'S, 15th and Harney will aell you
a ticket good forHeelve les.ms at the rs
duced puce of $4 for ladies snd in for
gculleinen for the new class of beginner
commencing on Tuasdav and Friday, No
vember 1 and 8, at 5 p. m Assemblies
every Wednesday at p. in. Admtn.ion Duo,
llo N-
LAWN MOWERS.
SHARPENED, P. Meltaolr. lltb Howard,
Sit
l)R(.IIMAKUD,
KE1ETER S Ladles' Tailoring College. 1704
Cuming St. write lor Dooaieu
JN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy. 624 N. JMh.
STANDARD Garment Cutting College. K31
Farnam. . In j
DETECTIVES.
CAPT. T. CORMACK. UT Karbach block-
Tel. A28I2.
BEBOl'T Detective agenoy, 70S N. Y. Life,
Tel. 3540. M isis
EXPERT ACCOINTANT.
O. R. RATHBUN, room IS. Com I Nat I
Bank. ' Private lessons in beokkeeping. eta
FOR RENT-FARMS.
A LARGE and well Improved farm la
Stanton county for rent; 840 acres with
$40,000 worth of Improvement.
R C. PETERS t CO... -
i Ground Floor Bee Building.
. -M707
FUR DRESSING.
J. E. WALLACE, Taxldermlat, 605 8. 13th.
it
.. ".i ij ... .
FLORISTS.'
HESS SWOBODA. 1415 J-arnanx.
Lr HENDERSON, llorlnt. 151 Faium St.
GARBAGE.
ANTI-MONOPOLt OARBAOB CO., cleans
1 cesspools and vaults, removes garbug
I and dead animals at reduced prices, fe-1
! N. ISth, Tel. 1779. , 2
UOLD AND SILVER rLATINO.
OMAHA PLAT1NU CO., Bes B'dg. TeL KOi.
LAW 'AND COLLECTIONS.
BTILLMAN PRICE. 410 lit Nat. Bk. bldg,
klir.w BNOW-CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. Y
, Life bids., attorneys and collectors svejy-
I wnar". v.
aw ? TT"T"
LUCbUIMlTU. -
C. R. HEFL1N, 509 N.: Wth BU . TeL 2S74.
ja lju.
LOST.
V11TB fox terrier dog with black marking
on neaa; my mow uu au
icwer Douglas at., nnucr win oe re
warded. N. P. Dooge, jr., 3014 Farnam.
Lost M491
T-
t rtT Roll of bills at A. O. V. W. build-
inn Tuesday evening, Oct. 27. Liberal re
ward paid for return of money to secre
tary A..U. U. w. Dunging, xiv n. iitu au
IjOHT Sunday mornina- on Pacific street
or Park avenue, between 31 Bt street and
First Baptist church, pearl and diamond
brooch; suitable reward Daid for Its re
i turn If found. Dr.,C'oyd. 303 W. O. W.
1 Hllllt. . . . lost M a
MliSICAL
La-
THO&. J. KSLLT, voloa Davdge Block
! . ' ' .
LETOVSKY'B ORCHESTRA.
'' ; 'tU
TeL L-2HS4.
t 01
EERKOW SKY. violin. Bv W, Wlthnell blk.
w . M 401 Nt
V.tfHnic..?:;,-
a. , , . i m,i ,. ,ii
LIQUOR HABIT cured Jrirthree day. Pay
wnen cured. ' No hypodermic. Write (or
circulars. Uatlln institute, 230 at.
14th.
-975
OSTEOPATHY.
Johnson Institute, til N. Y. Ufa Blag. T. 1604
" -7
tbe Hunf Inflrfoary, McCag-ue Bldg). T. 1351,
4 . -.- - . - . . ft . S7I
Atsea Farwell. Paxton Blk, 904-7, T. 1365.
- . , -4178
DR. GRACE DEEGAN. 122 N. T. Life. Tel.
DRS. LAIRD ft LAIRD, 203 Karbach blk.
' . M 107 N3x
fc.. , j a, ... ... ' . y w i , -. aaT
. ...... PATENTS. ...
if. J. COWQILL No fee unless successful.
118 S. 15th St., Omaha. TeL 17S8, U
PATENTS Sues & Co.,- Omaha, Neb. II
luet rated patent bock tree. Tel. 1128.
M 670 Nltx
PAWNBROKERS.
EAGLE Ldtan Office. Reliable, acoommodat-
inj; an business conodsntiaL uoi Douttlaa
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN 8 ANT'S) school.
717 N. T. Lif
984
KFB. Buglnsas t Sbqrthand College. Bovd's
l nearer. SKft
'" SaniTorium.
OMAHA Florence Sanatorium, 'Phone Red
22N4; 1 blk. w. of car line. City 'phone, UW.
City-bath and massage parlors, 2121 Lake.
- b$ N:'9
STORAGE.
OM. Van Btor. Co., 1511 H Farn. Tela UC9-861
' ' -4W1
UPHOLSTERING.
GATE CITY. 1705 St Mary's ave, TeL B2075.
. ;' . ' ' '
.STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, - 430 Ramge Bldg.
' . -4e4
TICKET BROKERS.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everybody.
P. U. Philbln, 16ua Farnam. 'Phone 7h4
, -M)
WANTED TO BORROW.
-r
W ANTED To borrow $op to $1,000 at 7 per
cent on good South Omaha rental prop
erty; aecurity ample, auui cm i m, jtiea
M 301
$0,500.09 on s large Iowa farm, well 1m
proved. Address T 42, Bee.. - 454 N4 .
WANTED to borrow $1,500 at 9. no commission,-
first mortgage on new all mod
ern residence costing over $4,ouO. Address
t w. wee. M VM J
POSTOFFICB NOTICE.
-L.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as cnangea may occur at any time.;
Foreign mails for the week ending Novem
ber 7. 19ol. will close (PROMPTLY In all
cases) at the General Poslottice as follows:
PAKCELS-PGdT MAILS close one hour
earlier than closing time, shown below
Parcels-Poet Mails for Germany close st
5 p. m. Monday per a s. Kronprtns Wii
helm, and on Wednesday pur s. a Rbsla
(via isremenj.
Regular , and supplementary malls close
at Foreign Station half hour later than
closing tune shown below (except that Sup
plementary Mails for Eurone snd Central
America, via Colon, close ons hour later at
f oreign Biaoon.j -
- Transntlantlc Malls,
TUESDAY At 8 30 a. m. for ITALY direct.
per a. s. l itis ui Miiano imaii must be di
rected "per s. s. Citta dl Miiano"); at 11:30
a. m. (supplementary 1 p. m) for
KlinopF,. pwr s. s. Kronprlni Wllhelm,
via riymouin, t. neroourg sua Bremen.
WEDN USI A Y At 7 30 s. in for NETHER.
LANDS direct, per s. s. Noordam (mail
must be crrm-ted- per a a. Nooruam ; at
U iu. (supplemetitary 1 JM p. in ) for
POSTOFriCK SOTICE.
EUROPE, per a. s. Cedrlc. via Queena
tnwn (mill for France, Kwlt nerland, Italy,
Spain, Portugal. Turkey, Egypt, Oreece,
British India and Lorenro Marques must
be directed "pr s. . Cedrlc").
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND, ITALY. SPAIN. POR
TUGAL, TURKEY. EGYPT. GREECE,
PKITISH INDIA and MIKMi jvih
UUF.Z. per s. a. Ij Tourslne. via Havre
(mall for other parts of Europe must be
directed "per s. s. ji Touralne"); at $10
p. m. for A7-ORK9 ISLANDS, per s. S.
Tl.l...l.d V- awI HA saaael
x riiniKiimr, n um i'' 7 w iirwnFiu, i-in.
8ATURDAY At 1:30 a m. for IRELAND,
per s. s. Etrurln, via Queenstown (mati ior
other narti of Riirnue must be directed
nor s. Etrurla"): at a. m. for
EUROPE. per s. s. Philadelphia, via
Southampton: at 7 a. m. for FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND. ITAL.' SPAIN. PGR
TUOAL, TURKEY. EGYPT. GREECE,
BRITtSlt INTIIA and I.ORENZO MAR.
WUEZ. per a s. La Champagne, via
Havre (mall for other parts of Europe
must be directed "per a. a. t.a tram;
nni."i' at in m for HF.LGH M
fllrect, per s. s. Finland (mall must be di
rected "per s. s. Finland '); St : a. m.
fur ITll.v rilrpt ner a. a. lalin (mall
must be directed "per s. 8. Lahn"): at :90
a. m. for SCOTLAND direct, per a. s.
fthlnnl lm.il mint K directed "tier S. a
Ethiopia"); at 11 a. m. for DENMARK
direct, per 8. s. Island (mall must be Ol
rected "per s. s. island ).
After the eloalng of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Malls namea soove, aaui-
flonal Supplementary Mills are opened on
the piers the Arrerlcaa English,
French and German steamers ana remain
open until within Ten Minutes of the hour
of aailing of steamer.
Malls fo Sontk una Central Asnerlna.
West ladteB. Ete,
rnwnivI 1? m tnr RT. KITT. ST.
El'STATIUS. ST. MARTINS, MArtii-
NIQUE, GUADELOUPE. BRITISH,
DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per s. s,
filar.
WEDNESDAY At PM n. m. (mtpplemen.
1CA (excrAt Costa Rica) and SOUTH
pictvic f-nnTS ner a. s. SeaniranC.
via Colon (mall for Guatemala muat be
directed "per s. s. Scguranca"); at 12:30
n m. (simnlementarv 1:S0 P. m.) for
TURKS ISLAND and DOMINICAN RE
PfHt.if nr a a New York.
THi'Rsnt y A t a. m. for CUBA, per 8. 8.
Viirllanrla (mall for Mexico, via iToprr;..,
Campeche and Vera Cms must be di
rected "ner b. 's. VlKilancia"); at 10 a. rrt.
for HAITI, per s. s. Frlns der Nederlan
den (mall tor Port de Pnix, Cape Haiti,
nnal,..a Taramla P.nraeao. VenSSuela,
Trinidad.' British s'nd Dutch Guiana must
be directed "per a. s. frins aer rsouer-lonHon-n.
ht 11 a m for RRA7II. ners. s.
Bvron, via Pernsmbuco, Bahla, Rio
jinaim ami Hniiini (mall for Northern
Braxil, Arttentlne, Uruguay and Paraguay
must be directed "per a. a. Byron ); at 12
Ht be directed "per a. a. urron i, i "
for YUCATAN, per 8. 8. TJomo (mall
m,
must be directed "per s. s. TJomo"); st 12 l
m. for MEXICO, per 8. s. Seneca, via I
Tampico (mall must be directed "per s. 8. I
FRIDAY At :30 a. m for NEWFOUND
LAND, per s. s. Silvia; at 12 m. for SAN
TIAGO, per s. B. Yumurl (mall must be
directed ''per 8. s. Yumurl");
SATl'RDAY-At 8 a, m. for BERMUDA,
per 8. s. Pretoria at 8J0 f- "PP'e:
mentary 9:30 a. rn.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per s. a. Maracaibo (mail
for Savanllla and Cartagena must be dl-
'w. . . M.raralhn"): at 9 a. nl.
frr pnilTn hlCO. tier S. s. Ponce, via
San Juan; at 9 a. m. for ARGENTINE,
i-niv.i-iv oiRiilltAY. Der s. S.
' Egyptian Prince; at :30 a.rt. (mipjple
rnenlarv 10:30 a. tn.T tor FORTUNE
ISLAND, JAMAICA, 8AVANILLA, CAR
rr, . xt a nw.A nnuvTOWN. ner a. s.
Valencia (mall for Coata Rica must be di
rected "per s. s. Valencia"); at ip a. in.
for CUBA, per s. s. Mexico, via. Havana:
. ,n. - m launolemAntarv 11:30 a. m.i
for 1NAGUA and HAITI., per s. s. Flan-
drla.
Malls Forwarded ,Overland, Ete Ex
cept TraaspaelSe.
cttha Via Florida, closes at this office
rfaiiv. excent Thursday, at 15:10 a. m
(the connectlna- mails close hers on
Wednesdays and Saturdays via Tampa,
- neuncBw, ... .- - ... - - r
and on Mondays via Miami). .. "
MEXICO PTY-Overland. unless VJ
.nhToffi?dan
p. m. ant li:su p. m. ounoays i . i. im.
.1 il . tn r m
Mi'tvpriiiNDLAND-Bv rail' to North Sid
ney, ana nence Dy sieanier, ciuiwb m -uh
office dally at i-M p. m. (connecting malls
cose here every Monday, Wednesday and
Kafiirriav.) ' .
JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and thenee
by steamer, closes at this office at 8:38
' p. m. every Tuesday.
MIQUELON By rail to Boston, and thenee
hy steamer, cioeea ai hub oiuua vsui m
BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ knd '6trAtB-
MALA By rail to t New Orleans, ' and
j mence uy BLCaiuai, ,.it4 voiua
except Hunauy, at li:u Ps-.m. una
thence by steamer, closes at tbls offlcs
dally, except Sunday, at (1:30 p. m. and
iu
11:80 P. m.; Sundays at II p, m. and
30 d m. (connecting ma
iu closes cere
closes here
esftflvs ar iii:su D. m.j
-REGISTERED MAIL closes at S B,
previous day.
Transuacinn Malls.
HAWAII, via Ban Francisco, close here
dally it 8:30 p. m. P to November 2, In-
elusive, for despatcn per s. s. Aiamena.
HAWAlt. JAPAN. CHINA and PHILIP
PINE IslvAINUa, via can r rancieco. uoss
here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to November
86. inoluaive, for aespatcn par a s.
America Maru. '
A.UO "vxjJ-.5"i; . " f
a ar oh nn nr.w LAti".iAiJiiA. via van.
- . Victoria R. C . rloaa Wa
CUU04 en..) . .
Aimuar
dally a8 8:S0-p'. m. up to November 17, las
ninuive. for desoatch ber s.
AWIUlll.
rwiNA snd JAPAN, via Tacoma, close
here aauy at :iw p. m. up io
no. inclusive, for aespatcn per s. s. vic
tnrla i
china and JAPAN, via Seattle, close here
here daily at e:so p. m. up co rxovemner
ill, Inclusive, tor despatch per r. s. Kaga
Mnrn. ' '
HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ihi.ainub. via can Francisco, ciose
here aaiiy tt :w p. m. up id ngTemmir
113. inclusive, for despatch per s. g. Cores,
NEW Zealand, At n TKAbiA (except
r. V iuLUCX l'-xv i., j-a j a waaa ICatry(
WastU. -NEW CALEDONIA. FI.TI. SA
MOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco.
close hers dally at 6:30 p. m. up to No
vember 14, inclusive, ior aespatcn per s.
a Hnnoma. (If the Cunard steamer car
rying the Britiah mall fur New Zealand
riiuta not arrive In time to connect with
this despatch, extra malls closing at 5:30
a. m.. :i a. m. ana e:w p. m.; Bonuays
at 4:30 a. m., 9 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. will
be made up ana lorwaraea unui tne ar
rival of the Cunard eteamer).
CHINA AND JAPAN, via Vancouver and
Victoria, B. C, Close nere aauy ai s:w p.
up to November 124, inclusive, for
despatch per s. a. Empress ot China.
(Merchandise ior U. a. postal agency at
Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Can-
ada.)
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San
Fran
Cisco, close nere aauy si s:au p. m. up
to November IX Inclusive, for despatch
t., IT M. tranMnort.
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ' ISLANDS
6 M Tm. uTfo Novemrer'l7
for despatch per s. s. Mariposa.
UTr-t mess otner-ise saureasea, west
N"wrzeSund and PhflippTne iT.nds vU
i rsew .eainu ami niiuupme iiisniu via
J Ban Francisco th quickest routes. Phil-
p lpplnes specially addressed "via Canada"
I or "via Europe ' must be fully prepaid at
the foreign rates. Hawaii is forwarded
via Run Franclsoo exclusively.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port
of sailins aauy ana ins scneaui oi
closing Is arranged on the presumption
of their uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mail closes at p. m. pre-
v'-xis day.
rnRNt:1.ll!l VAN POTT. Postmaster,
Postofflce. New York, N. Y., October 30. 1901
LEGAL NOTICE.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR STATE PRINT
ixt.
Bids will be received by the Bute Prlnt-ir.0-
ii.nl at the office of the Secretary
Of Stats at Lincoln, Neb., on or before
1:30 o'clock p. m. Wednesday, November
11, 19ul, tor furnishing 3.4oo four-quire as
sessment books for the Stats Board of
Equalisation and miscellaneous printing
snd stationery supplies for ths Slate
Board of Irrigation, State Historical so
ciety, Hospital for the Insane at Hast
lnss. penitentiary and attorney general.
and binding of briefs fur the supreme
... 1 1 1 rt
Specifications for same can be found on Die
in tne omce ul wie dbubwij v, umv.
All bids must be accompanied by a bond
eouai In amount to the probable cost of
the work bid upon. The board reserves
the light to reject any and all bide.
i v ... ,1.. SI ldi4
siTATE PRINTINQ BOARD.
By Lou W. Frailer, Secretary to the Board.
liiu at
NOTICE.
Sealed bida will be received at the office of
Secretary of State up until 12 o'clock noon
u. nil nniiiea for use at i ha uenliant arv
of Thursday. November 12. its', ror oen-
as Dr liemltrd statement found in the
,.m,-. nf a-, rrmrv f State.
Tim board reserves the rlitht to retect any
. . i , ft.ii. ok h ik v . MAKnn.
stecrotsrs OI nosra,
j IU mi
j 111:30 p. m.; Sundays at U d. mVand lChle4.0. Dinlted..;.,...a 8. p! a 7:46
; fil:S0 p. m. (connecting malT closes here Iril,L ldall.v.. . .-. 1:40
-kn8i vat si r 11 1 'i rn. m 1 I 1
COSTA RICA By rail to New Orleans, and : K"" City, . Joseph
GOVERNMENT NOTICES..
PROPtRAI-8 for SUBSISTENCE STORES.
Office Furchssrtns; C.mmiasary. i . a
Army. Omaha-. Neb., October 17, KKU.
pealed proposala, subiect to the usual con
ditions, will be received st this oHlce until
10 o clocN a. m., Noveuibf-r S. M", at whirh
time and Place they will be publicly opened
for furnishing subsistence stores aa follow-;
Bacon, sugar, canned goods, etc. Prererenco
wUl be riven- tp artlclea of domestic produc
tion, -Blank proposals and specincsuons
can be obtained at this om-e.. . W. 11.
BEAN, Purchasing Commissary.
lAtl.ROAD TIME CARD.
WEBSTER DEPOT 1ST R a WEBSTER
Cklcaga. St. PaaL SUaaeasella A
Omaha.
Leave. Arrive.
Twin City rnger...a $.30 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux Citr lVseuger..a J:M pm all am
Oakland Local...., b 5:45 pm b 1:45 am
aaa Wyaaalaar Division.
Black Hills. Deadveod.
Lead. Hot Springs a 1:00 pm A 1:00pm
Wyoming. Caspei and '
Douglas ....d 8:09 pro e 3:00 pm
fiastiuaa, wra, xaviu -
ritv. Bunerior. Gereva.
Kxeter ana rwarj...o s:o pm o 9:01 pm
Mlsseart PactNS " . .
Nebraska Lecat, Via
Weeping water......
.b 4:10 pm al0:W am
I'NION STATION 10TH AND MARCT.
Illlaels Central.
Leave. Arrive.
Chicago Express. ....... .a 7:35 am a 1.10 pm
Chicago. Minneapolis 4fc -
fct. I'aui L,lmlted.....a 7:N era a 1:06 am
Minneapolis it St. Paul '
Kxoress DT-nim Dlo:ss Dm
Chlcaso Ical......,.'.. MM aaa
Chicago Expreas alO:tS am
Cfcleaas Great Western Rr
Cs.-.-
21 St. Paul A Minne
apolis Limited .-. - a 6:55 am
104-Ft. Dodge EXpreewr.-A 7:95 am
102 Ft. Dodge Exprens..a 9:16 pm
av ct. i-nui et minne
-. anolls Limited..; 7:SE tm
7 Ft. Dodge Express.. all :10 am
103 Ft. Dodge Expreas.. "a 1:C0 pm
C'bleago.at Narthwesterau
"The Northwestern Line."
Fast Chicago .....a 1:40 am a 7:00 ant
Mall .. a I XjO cm a 1:10 am
Local Sioux City a 5:10 am- a 1.30 em
Davllo-ht St. Paul a 7:50 am al0:00 nm
Daylight Chicago. ......a 1:00 am all:10 prt
Limited Chicago. ....... .a 9:16 pm..a 9:13 am
Local Carroll............ .a 4:00 pm ' a 9:30 am
Fast Chicago. ..... .f.,.. .a 6:50 pm a 1:45 pm
rant hi. r-aui a s:iu um a 7 : am
St.. Paul Express .'. . . . a 9:10 am
r aai jnaii. -vv; , ? i T P,n
Local Sioux City b 4:0(1 pm b 9:90 am
.. .. . , . - . . a .
Norfolk Bonesrel....a J:'J9 sm sl0:S5 am
Lincoln A Long Plne,...b 7:2S am blO.Si am
Local .Chicago.. ........... 11:10 am
Chlcasjo, Mllwaak.ee at St Panl.
Chicago Daylight a 7:45 am all :li pm
Chicago Fast Express.. 9:46 pm a 1:40 pm
Chicago -Limited. ...a. ..a) 1:05 pm- a 7M am
uca Moines Express. .:. f:45 am . k 3:40 pm
Chleags, Roek ,lsUna,4k Paelfte.
Chicago Daylight L VtKa 1:55 am - a 1:60 am
Chicago payltght Local. 5:00 am a 9:93 pm
unicago ivxpresa .Du:ja am a B:a pm
Des Moines ..Express. . .a 4:90 pm bll :60 am
Chios go Fast Express, .a till) pna .a IM put
f . - WEST. - -
Rocky Mountain L t d. .a 7:10 aro a T:2S am
Lincoln, ' coio, springs.
t'enver. rueiHO ana
West s..i & 1:30 Dm a 1:00 nm
Texas. California and
Oklahoma Flyer a 5:15 pm a!2:4f cm
I nlnn VaielSr. '
Overland Limited.... v.k 1:40 am ' 4 t-'BO pm
i ne rani -lmii m m.a yMt
v-auiorma cxpreas a :u pm
facino i;xDresa..........au:aU Din
Eastern Express - a 6:30 pm
The Atlantic Express..,. , a 7:30 am
The Colorado Special... a 7:10 am a 1:40 am
Chicago. Special , . a 3:40 am
Lincoln. Baatiics A
i piromsourg ,B.aprea. .w s :w prn aii.m pm
North, Platte Local ,a 8:00 am, a 6:18 pm
Grand lslard Local.f-.'b 6:30, pm b 9:36 am
BtromsDurg ,u.xprees,.o 4:00 pm diz:bo pm
I -v. - . . . Z - k.ks a.m.
8L Lmiia Looai Coun-'
cu Biurra. .,-.,... .-.u. . s:io am io:w pra
atk'..t . .- .---i -. '
L, - j . i 7' "i- .i'i "
jS".?svesm....a;u:u am a pm
K. c Bt A Ai.xpress.ais:w pn; a s.i am
i!. . c r .i ' n- if -' J ..--.t ' :
BURLINGTON STATION lOtk ate MASON
n..: i . i.a 'ii .. '. u. '
' ' Cnlcnsr', BnrUastan 4b anlney! '
Leave. Arrive.
hlcago SpecIalAJSA.-,.a I.OOam a 1:58 am
bipage Vestlbyled. ex..a 4:00 pm a 7:45 am
pm
pna
Pm
Coaacll
Plaits.
I Kanaaa CltY Day Ex... .a 1:15 am a S:0S nm
l at. Louis Flyer ... a 5:26 pm . all J am
Kansas City jNignt Ex..aio:4 pm a :ao am
Barllaartan ab Mlssenrl River.
I Wvmore. Beatrice and
Lincoln .......a :tio am, Dii:oi pm I
I S.;1 r X?JF Sm ! l&
Bflin.---"iA!i.V" Pm M
pm
am
Black Mine ana rugei.
sound express ...,au:i nm a s:io nm
uoioreao vesuuuiea -.
iver... a x:ia nm
Lincoln Fast Mall.......b 1:61 pm a 9:08 am !
ort jrooK ana iriaus-
mouth , b 1:18 pm. bI0:35 sm
I P.U.viiA A Pacifio Jct. a 7:&a nm , a, am
! r. , : . . ., ----- . . -
Ueiievue st racmo J0t., ;w
a Dallv. K Dsllv excent Nunilavi'lrt riatlw
cxcvi BHiumajt. i .aiiy except, jaonoay.
, General Manager , Cnred Htaa,
A few months ago the son ot a .railway
director was, through his father s influence.
I given a position of some Importance on a I
large rsllway., He. was fresh , from Cam
bridge, and, in the orders which he from
I . . ... . j . .
time to time Issued to the men tinder him
I always made use or the longest, most un-
usual words. This habit led to senna rather
expensive blunders, and, ths matter coming
before ths general manager, he wrote the
young official the following letter:
"In promulgating your esoteric cogita
tions and . In articulating your superficial
sentimentalities and amicable philosophi
cal or pyscbological observations, beware
of platitudinous ponderosity. Let your con
versational communication possess a clarl-
I D consciousness, a compacted oomprehen-
I slblenesa, a ooalesoent consistency, and a
noneatanateA ro.ancv V.nh.ar all l-.
ration of flatulent garrality. Jejune bable-I
ment, and asinine affectation. Let your ex
temporaneous deacantlngs and unpremedl-
tated expatiatlons have Intelligibility and
I varaclnna vlvaeltv without rhndnmnni.4.
thrasonical bombast. Sedulously avoid
I all pulttaceoua vacuity, ventrlloqulal ver-
I boeity. and ventrlloquent vapidity. 8hun
double entendre, prurient Jocosity, and pea-
tirerous proranaty, oDscutwnt or appar-
ant. In other words, talk plainly, briefly,
naturally, sensibly, purely, and truthfully.
Don't cut on airs; say what you mean;
mean what 'you "aYi and don't use . big
words.
Th young official ' took the ' hint and
changed bis style. London Tit-Bits.
OMAHA SUBURBS. .
Florence.
Dr. ' Ross Of- Omaha has been a
dally
Visitor at the sanitarium this week.
A. J. Smith of Kimball. Neb.. Is
her
spending a tew days visiting his family.
Mr. ana Mra. jr. K. Scott spent Bunday
In Omaha, the guest of Mr. Scott S sister.
Miss Maud Kimball of Omaha . iimnt
Tuesday evening here, the guest, ot her
Sister, airs. J. B. Paul.
Adam Stephen of Omaha, who recently
purchased the Robert Guy. property. Is
commencing to erect a niie residence.
Miss Vlrdle Holdredge returned to her
home at Franklin, Neb., Tuesday after a
tnrce wee as viwi nere wiui relatives.
The Ladles' Aid society met at the home
or Mrs. nupp Thursday afternoon. Re
freshments were served by the hostess.
Mrs. Hawkins of San Francisco has been
here tne last week, the guest of her sister,
Mrs. 8. P. Johnson, living near Pries lake.
Mrs. Jones and a nephew, both of Web-
ater t'lty, la.
sDent a couDle of weeks
ners, tne guest oi ner orotuer, M.r. fedgar
Mr Charte Tlefs and' daughter
uniana spent a couple or oays here tnis
wees veiling ner parents, Mr: ana Mra
I Frank Wilson.
I The fine weather haa started the farmers
I to picking their corn. It le of fair quality,
I considering the wet sumintr. Home of It
I ut aireaav oil iris- iiRrxri.
- airs. uiiiMm isarnaa ui Ddtrr i. omauis
i dai won jivre iu utsi ivv wvaas vuuiuag
8
her parenta. Mr. and Mrs. Now.-l Purloa
She leturned to her home Tnurwlny.
Mr. Thomn DeLnnd cf 1'rrry. It., or
old-time engineer on l-o Mllwail--e rail-
r. nen t a rnuttln o.' tliiri this Wrtpk
Visiting his moilirr. Mrs. Elien DeljAlxl.
Mies Dor CL.-v of Rla- Snrlne. Neb..
5fft tor Fremont, Neb., Friday on hr way
to her home. She hua lecn here the Inst
thra weeks vlslllng her aunt, Mrs. Charles
Tnwftsmid.
Mr. and Mrs. M H. Kindred snent the
List ten days at their old home north of
Herman, returning home VucsMny evening.
Mrs. kindred s health was grvatly bene
ttled by the visit.
Miss Kate Ackerman f Battle Creek.
Mich., la a new arrival at the sanitarium.
She la a trained nurse from the Battle
Creek sanitarium, and will have charge ot
special cases here.
Messrs. Andrews. Millnisl and U. Hnrc'.v.
all of Omaha, were guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Hardy at their country home.
i nay made the trip In their auton, the
roads being in the bvft of condition.
Ola W. Neraon tina taken ehAre- of th.
butcher ahon In connection with Mr. Paul's
firocery store. He was formerly located
n C. J. Kelrle'a building. M. B. Thompson,
a former butcher, opened a shop In Kelrle'a
new ouiiaing.
The Ladies' Al4 aorletv of the Pnnrt
Presbyterian church met at the home tf
Mrs. W. B. Chaae Wednesday afternoon.
Refreshments were served. They adjourned
to meet at the home ot Mrs. L. C. Ducker
the following Friday.
The republicans had a rnuslns meetlne
at the city hall Wednesday nlarht. Several
speakers from Omaha entertained the audi
ence, which Oiled the hall. Great en
thusiasm was shown and close attention
paid to the speakers
Mrs. R. V. Hills- anit oVillclren lirmm.
panted by her mother, Mrs, Edgar Powell,
left Saturday evening for Salt Ijike City,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R., P. Hills.
Mrs. Pqwell will probably spend a month
there before returning home.
Mrs. Frank Roups -and daughter, MH
dred. accompanied by Jiec mother, Mrs.
MoCllnlock. all of Sheridan, Wyo., spent a
couple of days of the Inst week here the
gu-jt of Mr. W. R. Wall. .They left Satur
day for Pittsburg, Pa,, where they will
vibii ruiauvea.
Rose Rebekah to.lp-e K 15? Inninilni
Order of Odd Fellows, entertained some
visitors from the Omaha lodges Tuesday
niaht at the regular meeting. Mis Suth
erland or omana instructed the ltose Rc
bekah lodge team In the floor work. Re
freshments were served,
BsnisB, :
The first ntinrterly eonferehee meetlne of
the Methrallst conference year was held last
Monday evening at the church.
The young women of the church And
Sunday school will serve dinner and lunches
on election day at the lire engine house.
Miss Ilattle Esmv. who has been vtsltlna
at the home of her sister. Mrs. Gifts, for
a few weeks, left last - Saturday for her
home In Valley, Neb, ,
Mrs. Brown and little; dnughti?, who bsve
been the guests of Mrs. Crews for a few
weeks while taking treatment In Omaha, Is
now the guest of Mrs. Lowe.
The new addition to the school house-la
completed on the Interior. Miss Ryan took
ner grades last week rrom the town hall
and occupies one of ths new rooms.
A renersl nieetlns of the teaohnrs of fha
Methodist Sunday school was held at the
church last Tuesday evening in the Interest
ot the work ot the Sunday school.
Services will be held todav at the Methn-
dlst Episcopal churrh at 10:30 a. m and 7:30
p. m. ; Sunday school at noon; Epworth
league at S:J0; Junior league at 3 p. m,
Mr. and Mrs. Honlck. who have resided
In Benson during the summer, have pur
chased a farm near Elk City and will move
there as soon as the houae is- completed.
The Ladies' Aid society will hold Its next
regular business meeting at the home of
Mrs. E. E. Hoffman on Wednesday after
noon. A 10-cent lunch' will be served from
3 to 5 o'clock.
A dollar and box social will be riven bv
the young people of the church next Friday
evening, November 0, at the Benson town
hall. The proceeds will go toward the ex
penses, of the new f jrnsoe.
Mr. end Mrs. ,'ames waisn went to Elk
horn last Thursday to be present at a fam
ily reunion .of Mrs. Walsh's parents and
i rnmiiy. -flan bip inuurou -1 j ,
while. Mrs, Walsh stayed for a few days'
1 visit. - - r. ' - . .
family. , Mr. Walsh returned next day.
I anr.7vimt n( lh nuarteriv conference, was
held at tho home of Mr. Roish on.WedneB-
1 oay evenms. ft. chm "W7"'
ion Mondsy. at ine parsonage, wnen iin-
I DOt-tant business will be transacted.
T Th- Benson renubllcan Club held a meet-
,n."Bt th. town' hall last Friday svenlng.
I b,.i onndidatea were nresent snd de-
livered sditresefs. -On account of tln:and
1 nthee , etreumatances small orowa was
out, which adjourned to a private ball to
talk about the plans of the -club. - , : .
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Mrs. D L. Johnson has returned from her s
visit to Bt. PauLiNeb.-, -:
. Mr. and Mrs. 1.- W. Hamilton are rejoic
ing over the birth of a daughter Born on
the morning oi -vj;iuu-jr .
raaiAeivta of Dundee are anticipating.
the through car service, which is likely tot-
be accomplisnea m two weea.
A.' uttla son of Mr. Davis of Davenport
street shot himself through the foot acci
dentally on Wednesday of this week.
A few young people met at Mrs. Palmer's
on Thursday evening. Miss Baldwin, Miss
Rlets. Miss C0Dey nu aiessrs. ueiiamy
were present. ;-.
Mrs w. R. Curtis and Mrs. I. W.' Mar
shall entertained ths Round Dosen club at
the home or Mra uurtis. Mrs. i. j. narr
won the prise at an old-fashioned spelling
match which was ths feature Ot the after
noon. V SEASSUBIE FASKIS.S
Shirred Blouse 4561- Blouses shirred to
I give a broad effect at the shoulders rnaks
... .t ihi features of the season ahd are
shown In many varlaUons. This on. 1.
I peculiarly chic end form a yoke ot shlr-
rlnss and lacs that is mceeaingiy smart.
m the case of ths origin! the material Is
I maize coiorea crepe us cinuo wmviinu "
I chiffon Velvet of the same color and cream
I lace, but all materials soft enough for
I shlrrlngs are appropriate. The narrow vest,
I covered with frills of the chiffon edged
with ruches. Is a noteworthy feature snd
the sleeves are among the most graceful
of the season, while the wide belt is both
new and becoming.
The waist Is madt over a fitted lining that
closes ai the center front Both the fronts
and back are shirred to yoke depth and are
Combined with the lace to give the effect
of straps over ths shoulders. Th vest Is
I narrow, faced with lace to torn th square.
and covered with frllla below. At the
d , tne fronts, which are outlined with
I eae" m . , ...
rucnes oi , t . . , . , m.v . , . ..... v.
of velvet ' that give the effect ot a plain
waistcoat over the full frilU. The sleeves
ar shirred to fit snugly below the shoul
ders and Include shirred cuffs, but form
full puffs between lb two. The be;t la
wide, shirred at tha center front.
The quantity of material required for the
medium else Is 6 yards 21 Inches wide, 5
yards 17 Inches wide or 34 yards 44 Inches
Wide, with H yard of bias velvet, yard
of all-over lace, yard 'of chiffon or lace
frilling and IV. yards of ruchlng to make
as Illustrated. ' -
The pattern 45C1 Is cut In sixes for a
of M. . nd -,ncn bu,t
For the accommodation of The B
readers these patterns, which usually retail
at from 15 to 50 cents, will be furnished at
a nominal price. 10 cents, which covers all
expense. In order to get a pattern enclose
W cents, give number and name of patte""
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