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TIIE OMAITA" DAILY DEE: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 100.1.
,nrnifii iinnnrn ;n'cuim. huiiueu ,k t Advertisement for the Nliam 111 taken natll IS an. for the eenlnar edition and nntll HtSO . as. f saornlna; and Snaday edition. J Rates, 1 1-S a word flrat Inaertion, 3 a Wot thereafter, nothing; Ukn r less than SA lor tha flrat laaer ( These advertisements mast be 4 eonserntlvely. I Advertisers, kj r reseating a a ered rktrk, eaa have answer nd. (reused to a numbered letter la rare ,f Th Br. Answers addressed will e delivered on presentation of th theek only. WASTED SITl'ATIOK 9. JStTION wanted; expert lady bookkeeper; , nins year' experience flra and life lneur Address, T 41, Bee. A 792 tx : ('ANTED Situation aa stationary engineer ir hardware clerk; good references. Ad , dress Box 84ft, Correclionvllle, la. A-M840 (x 'ANTED Position aa bookkeeper or sten 'ogrspher by competent office man; good references. Address U 4, Bee. I A-M834 (X ANTED, plain sewing to be dons at 'name; neat work and reeonable prices, i -dflreee U 4. Bee ofllce. A M gSl 8x WANTED MALE HELP. Educate for Business -) Boyles College, f NEW IORK LIFE BLL.O. UBINEBid, SHORTHAND, 'i'VpEWRIT- 1NU,' KNULISH. i DA X AND N1UHT. IfUDENTB ADtai'lTRU AT ANT TIMES, f Apply tor Catalogue, v n ri X)D messengers wanted; first-class pay. , A. D. T. Co.. m 8. 13th. B 41)4 ' ANTED, for V B. army, able-bodied, un married men, between ages of 21 and 36, cltiaens of United States, of good cbarac . ter and temperate hahlts, who can speak, i ed and Write Knansh. For information apply tn recruiting officer, lsth and JUodge - sis., umana, ana urana isiana, is so. B M164 ' .'ANTED, two agents at once: good sal sry; city work. C. F. Adams Co.. 119 iHQWira.il. J lQ 'ANTED, a newspaper or magetlne so 1 lie) tor to work the city on a new prop , oaltion. Call at Circulation Dept., Omaha ;,CsUNO MAN, -bright, over 18, to pre .para for gov't position; good salary; per- mannnt, gradual promotion. Box 670, Ce- dar Rapids, la, B 446 N7x ERSON to call on retail trade for manu facturing house; salary 120, paid weekly; , expense 'money advanced; previous ex pertenc unnecessary. Standard House, . Caxton Bldg., Chicago. B M703 7x ' WANTED, men to learn the barber trade: .few weeks completes; can earn nearly all expenses. .including board end tools be ' fore graduating;, splendid facilities, care ful Instructions; diplomas granted. Cata- logue explaining mailed free. Moler Bar- ber College 1302 Douglas Bt. B M672 6x .N Al piano player who is a good si near: hours, p, m. to 4 a. m. Steady work. . Aaaress, u i, ee . a rn tx V ANTED First-class barber; steady lob; wages (12 and half over IM. Address J. F, Foster, Aberdeen, S. D. B Mala tx V ANTED A shoemaker; steady job for a gooa one. as itiaoaieage, Alma, Men. ' ' B M809 x WANTED Good, all-around bookbinder: steady job; good wages. News Printing ' i;o., ADerueen, b. jj. jb fcza tx I WANTED; two good horseshoers at once, ;, W. a. Mercer, Fremont, Neb. WANTED SALESMEN. , waki i iuj,. a salesman, traveling in me , west and northwest to take as a side 1 line seamless cotton sacks. Address Geo, j A. Wagenar, Charleston, 8. C M833 lOx WANTED FEMALE HELP. 100 girls. Call Canadian office, 16th Dodge. ' . ... i C 804 TWO mora young women and one , young man to. take course of training In Sana torium. Address W. It. Boss, 2121 Lake. (M 6 WANTED Ladies to learn hatrdresslng, manicuring, eieotrla or ferial, massage; (four to six weeks completes; positions waiting graduates at top wages; diplomas granted; complete outfit given each stu , dent. Call or write. Moler College, im Douglas SL O MtfTI 6x WANTED Olrl for general housework. 10C4 Georgia ave. C 780 .WANTED Good laundress , for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. E. A. CUdanjr, 87th and Dewey ave. 3 8ui h WANTED A good cook. Mrs. T. J. Rog ers, 1U0 Park ave. C 26 tf ANTED An expert lady stenographer ahd typswriteri must have bad several years' practical experience; state posi tions formerly occupied and salary ex- ., pec Lad. Addresg U 8, Bee. C M836 8 fANTED, cook and- laundress In small ,' 1 family. KSt Dodge t. C MS2 t roa RENT HOUSES. -r- un ICCC la aU parts of the city. R, Bwwww t irsiers Co., Bee Bldg, u t HOUSES, Insurance, Rlngwalt, Barker Blk. HOUSES SkjSJvwcI..' the city. The MB) Mce Bldg. D an TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage ; ... D-6U0 JTOR RENT, ten-room house, modem, and barn, in West Farnam district. Wm. 1C i'ouar, msc e. sus Brown Bla. . D-601 FOR RENT, -room house. 2663 Woolworth Ave., f-N) per month; possewiion given Oc tober 17. Apply to Mel Lhl, oare Dally joews vince. i maui J?AYNE-BOSTWICK CO., choice houses. ut-ttus jmcw lorx lAim Biag. -pnons im. : D-603 ftKVERAL good houses, 810 to 418. Chrts Atuyer, ana Cuming, pnone 2049. , . - ... v MHO EV 8-room. modem bouse. Immediate possession given. J. N. Marsh, 'phone aiu, woara oi -iTaa. . . li ltJ (TOR - RENT, s-rootn modern brick house In good condition, Z6th ave. and Harney. Wm. K. Potter, Receiver, No. 803 Brown Blocs. D 446 JVEW five-room cottage, modem. 'Phone KMs. D 6m FOR RENT, 7 room house. N. 18th. D 6jS WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van Stor age Co., Tel. 146. Otlko. 17U Webster st. D-60J OOOD tWroom furnished houae. all modern, 136 per moath. 4dD Farnam st. x HARRISON MORTON, tlJ-U N. Y. LIFE. ' TEL. 114. D-MS14 Two rooma aad basement near 24th and Leavenworth, 14. Three rooms and basement near 34th and Leuveuworlh, 8i. . Bouils, Paxtoa blk. D-MS-7 7 JilGllT-roora house, 1319 Leavenworth. 1-MU 8x FOR RENT- FVHNISHED ROOMS. 1LAKME. LIGUT, AIRY ROOMS. 81-.M and up pp month. 76c and up a day. V AT THE DELLONE, - 14th st. and Canltol ava I pt-ni heated: electric liahted; private and grueral baths; all cutivenleuves; nrai- service. fat where you please. JtOOJ AT XUJi I'i-.LIxjNE, .aa Nevsvx OMAHA REAL ESTATE CANNOT BE BOUGHT AT A LOWER PRICE THAN NOW YOU'LL SEE THE BARGAINS IN THE -BEE ' ' FOR RENT FIRN1SHED ROOMS. NICEL.T furnished rooms; all modern Im provements. S!4 N. mil Bt.; s minutes walk from poatofflce. fc M JW x . NICELY furnished parlor bedroom, first poor; one or two gentlemen; reasonable; no other roomers. 2011 Spruce St. E M806 Ix FOR RENT Nicely furniehed front room; one or two gentlemen, bit t. mn nt. E M818 6x FOR RENT, 1 or J furnished rooms, single or etisuite: private family. 434 . 4tn. E M441 GOOD, warm room, modern. 2fS0 Harney. tMiW X NICELY furnished rooms. Inquire Omaha Bteam Jaundry, 1,50 ieavcnwortn. I'lione A-i;l. E 607 NICELY furnished room in private family; house new and modern. al9 Jones Bt. E M910 O. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 611. E-604 DESIRABLE rooms at The Farnam, 10th and Farnam eta. E M964 DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Famam. E-605 ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th Chicago. E 5o NICELY furnished rooms; everything new and modern; gentlemen preferred. 1614 Vebeter st. E M337 FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD. BACHELORS' HOTEL, 20th and Famam, has two family suites end three single rooms at reasonable prices. F MSH7 8 FIRNITl'RB PACKING. Peterson & Lundberg, US B. 17th. Tel. L-2368. H-610 OR RENT STORES AND OFFICES. FOR RENT Building suitable for whole sale purposes at 914 Farnam, 2x90, four stories and first-class cemented basement, elevator, fire and burglar proof vault, of fice counter and fixtures. For price and particulars Inquire C. C. Rose water, sec retary the Bee Building Co., room 100, Bee building. 1-MW7 FOR RENT The building formerly occu pied by The Bee at 91t Farnam st. It has four stories and a basement, which was formerly used by The Bee press room. This will be rented very reasonably. If Interested .apply at office of C. C. Rose water, secretary, room 1V0, Bee buolding. 1 2til 3-STORY and basement, 22x100; 1006 Farnam t. Inquire 814 First Nat l BanK tfiug. . 1611 FOR RENT, three upper stories In foui' story building at 1 Farnam st. two stories if preterred. Address C. C. Rose water, Seo y., Room luO, Bee bldg. . X J49B8 I-BTORY and fine basement building in wholesale district; price 11.600. F. D. Wead, 1624 Douglas St. 1-4S8 N4 FOR RENT, storeroom end basement in good location, particularly adapted for a plumber show room and work room or a manufacturer with similar requirements; power furnished if required. R. C. Peters & Co., rental agents, ground floor Bee building. I M794 T AGENTS WANTED. WANTED Canvassing agents In every county to solicit subscriptions to THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FAMEH. Steady employment with assured good In come. Agents in the country with horse and buggy especially desired. Canvassers muse easily w 10 iw pw mumn. un dress Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau, on uutiwiHH,. uiiioiiii. - ' WANTED TO RENT. YOUNG lady employed during day desires room and board tor companionship and assistance morning and evening, or reaaonable prices. Address U 6, Bee ofllce. , - i . fc.-Ms32 ox WANTED, board and pleasant furnished or unfurnished rooms tor family of three . grown persons In private family, or where there are but few other boarders; vi cinity of Capitol HJ11 preferred. Answer to U 7, Bee otHce, describing rooms and naming price. Permanent arrangement ' desired. K-Ms,0 8x . FOR SALE FURNITURE- FULL Una of hard coal stoves now on sale. Chicago urniiure jo., im iaiuko qjJj PAK sideboard for sale, 2208 Spencer st. HANDSOME new golden oak furniture for sale, only used four weeks. 409 B. U6th av. O M816 tx S"OR BALE, furniture, carpets and drap eries, one lieatlng stove, one steet range, used in the furnishing of a five-room flat; for aale in bulk or by piece; low prloes. Address U 3, Bee. -O 822 FOB SALE HORSES, WAGONS, BTC.1 MONROE sells pleasure vehicles at 811 N. lttth sL P-l STATION rockaway, excellent condition, pole and hails, only Slso. Address T 63, Bee. P Moo 7 NEW and 2d band vehicles for sale; re pairs, li. Frost, 14th and Leavenworth. " P a FOR SALES MISCELLANEOUS. TELEPHONE POLES; long fir timber; chicken fence; oak piling, vul Douglas. y-6i6 INDIAN goods and relics, lilt Farnam. W-617 IRON ft wire fences, tree guards, trellises. Western Anchor isuwe Co.. ti. 17th st. g-6iv CATALOGUE cut drug prises free. Sher man McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. SI-520 FOR SALE, several scholarships in a first euiss atandard school in Omana. compris ing complete course la business, snort hand and typewriting. Inquire at Bee cilice. . 4-863 FOR SALE, coal business. Capital required, ti.ouu uo. Address i 21, Bee. Vl-itU 2DHAND safe cheap. Deright, Hit Farnam. BILLIARD and pool tables, bought, sold, exchanged and repaired. Mar fixture nd saloon supplies. The Western Bar Fixture and lotei Supply Mfg. i'o., I4tf7 Harney St., Omaha, Neb. Q M738 So CLAIRVOYANTS. GYI.MER, palmist. 22'fr. 715 N. 23d: 'phone B-S-623 MRS. CARRIE SMITH, ' SOVEREIGN LADY OUEEN of clairvoyants; every, thing told, past, present and future. Sat isfaction or no pay. 807 N. 18th. 8 J4 ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. MME. BMMil, baths, 118 N. 16. Id floor, r. 2. T M41) NdX PERSONAL. PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladles before and during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Uer sua, ojj cailtoriila il Terms reasonable. U26 PRIVATE hoapttsl during connnement; babies adopted. Mrs. Uardela, m Lake. Tel. Red-14. U-im PRIVATE home during confinement; babes adop.ed. The Good Banruuitan Sanitarium, ',a 1st ave.. Council Bluffs, la. U THE OMAHA Plating Co. will soon move to larger quarto a at 1k4 Harney st. . U-M440 WE RENT sewing machines at 76c per week, ti per month; we rtp-.tr and srll - pria for every machine nianufm-turrd ; avcond-hand mavhiitea from tl t I lit. Nab. C a Co., Ijiu riid llariwjr, U6o PERSONAL. "VIAVV way to health. 34 Bee building, Omaha. , U 628 PRIVATE hospital before and during con finement. Airs. L. Fisher, Idol Vinton. Tel. 18X8. U 6 MAGNET PILE KILLER. IT CURES. At druggists, tl. v U 631 DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases and irregularities of women from any cause; experienced and reliable, 1513 Dodge St., Arlington block, Omaha. , U-632 . COSTUMES for rent. 8318 B. 2mh. Sack. tT-Ms rw 1 MONEY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATE. FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H. Thomas, First Nst 1 Bank bldg. Tel. 1643. W 638 PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 937 N. Y. Ufe. W-634 4 TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton block. W-637 PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1620 Douglas. W-639 TO LOAN $501) at T per cent on good real estate security. Address F Z6, Bee. W M36 WANTED City loans and warrants. W; rarnam bmun Co., i&o i amain st. W-533 WANTED Real estate loans and .warrants. R. C. Peters A Co., Bee bldg. . W 635 FIVE per cent loans. Garvin Bros., 1604 Farnam. W 636 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. Money loaned on furniture, pianos, live stock, salaries, etc. Low rates and easy terms. Business confidential. Try us If you want to save money. PHOENIX CREDIT CO., 633 Paxton block. lttth and Farnam sts. X-640 MONEY loanded on pianos, furniture. Jew elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 8. 13. . X-643 FAV TO GET CAO I TO PAY Best explains our methods. We loan on furniture, pianos, wsrehouse TlP t0- r " yu 'v Permanent position wa can make you a SALARY LOAN without security, except your own agree mVto.,r?pay ur rvlce Is quick and confidential and we always try to please. bifo'LT'iL'i?.! - j. five u. a call n auiHUAUB LOAN CO., 119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295. (Established 1892). 308 S. 16th St. ' X M545 fPPITrV.t'NKaa IN LOANS TO ou,r,ij rEjri,n,, merchants, team sters, boarding houses, etc.. without se curity; easiest terms; 40 office In prin cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trads Bldg. X-41 MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried people; business confidential; lowest rates. 614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co. X-642 CHATTEL salary and jewelry loans. Foley Loan Co.. R 8. Barker Block. X 644 v,.MONKy TO I-OAN ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, LIVE STOCK, SALARIES, ETC IT COSTS YOU NOTHING to call and be convinced that our rates are the cheapest In Omaha. We want your business and be'leve an In vestigation of our methods will get it even If at the present you are- dealing elsewhere. KIND, COURTEOUS TREAT . MENT to all. Our offUies are the-best equipped to handle your business with privacy of any in the city. Oome In and see us, whether you borrow or not. Open Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays until l p. m. ' - . RELIABLE CREDIT Co., Rooms 307-9 Paxtoa block. Rooms 807-308. tf BUSINESS CHANCES. WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange any property or business quick, see J. 1L Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life. Y-647 FOR BALE, good grocery and butcher's fix tures, including lea box. Inquire 27ti3 Far nam. . Y-618 FOR SALE, to active man. Interest In es tablished business; personal servioes and 16,000 required. - Excellent opportunity for right party. AddresaT 17, Bee. Y 416 , EXCHANGES of all kinds; to buy or sell a business of exchange merchandise for a land or city property, call or write Sholes Armstrong Co., J21-2 N. Y. Life. Tel. 49. ' Y-M793 WANTED, young man to take half-Interest In newspaper In town of 6,000. Address T 87, Bee. Y-MB12 7 DRUG STOCK for sale. On account of other bualness I will sell my stock of ' drugs. Including the best sods fountain In the country, at a bargain. Best location; ' will take some land; Invoice about 86,000. Address K, Bee office. Council Bluffs. Y Mtta 8x CASH for your real estate or business, . no matter where located. If you desire a quick sale send us description and price. ' Northwestern Business Agency, D 812, Bank of Commerce bldg.. . Minneapolis, . Minn. Y-M&B 6x FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. Own a farm in South Dakota. The best land for the least money. ANCHOR LAND COMPANY. 1017 N. Y. L. B.dg. RE M748 7 FINE BUILDING LOT FOR BALE. - 8750.00. South front on Burt St., just west of 24th bH. Lot is on grade, a fine location. GEORGE ft COMPANY, lt01 Farnam St. . RE M667 6 CH AS. Uilliomcnn fn V- 8. Natl TV iiiiuiiijuii vy Bank Bldg. 1 RE 64 ALL about North Dakota and where to buy f ood lands cheap; descriptive folder and let sent free; reliable representstlves wanted. Whitney ft Wbeelock, 13 Broad way, Fargo, N. D. RE Sill TIMBERI TIMBER1 THE best Investment. Large or small tracts. Reference furnished. Write your wants. SIMONS ft REASONER, Ashland. Ore. RE M4iS N7x LATEST RETURNS 160 Acres Wood River Valley land, all fenced, 40 acres pasture, 13 acres alfalfa, 60 acrea corn, goes with farm if sold soon; good 7-room house In good repair; large barn for 12 horses; large hay mow all necessary outbuildings, til per acre If sold quick. Call on or address D. T. Phil lips, Kearney. Neb. RE 803 7 Walking Distance Two Thousand Dollars For quick sale 2602 Pierce St., new, 5 rooms, modern except furnace; well built. A ' D. V. Sholes Co. BNAP. Tel. 48, T21 N. Y. Ufa. RE 802 TRACKAGE AND BRICK WAREHrtl'HR. . Good elsed, ll built brkk warehouse with I 12 feel trackage on Mo. Pacific at 4Tlh and Dodge; admirably adapted for email cimj vr uuiiuiiig wa-ijeriai nuainass; zor quick sale, tl.2u0; lmprovemenla worth more money. Harrison ft Morton, 312-311 N. Y. Life. KE-6o4 tf HOUSES and lots In sll parti of city; also acre property and farm landa. The O. F. Davis Co., Room 6u Bee bldg. RE 6i! FOR 8AI.B OR TRADE FOR SMALLER , PHOl'ERTY s-rooin niodem house and I si'leixHd trn; tot tlxlua. Arply owner, 3K1.4 N. 36Ut at. Kb-M74 14 FOR BALE REAL ESTATE. RANCH and farm lands for sale by the Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A. McAllaater. land commissioner. Union Pacific headquarters, Omaha, Neb. RB-6.-.1 FREU homes; send J-cent stamp for map of Rosebud reservation, giving full Infor mation. D. W. Forbes, Bonesteel. P. I"). RE Ml7 Investment. Double house on Douglas street, 18 rooms, excellent location; ca' be secured at a sacrifice. Residence Lots. In West Farnam locution; two choice south front lots; fine corner at 30th and Burt. W. FARNAM SMITH & CO. RE M837 6 FOR 8ALE Very cheap. 6-room house with barn, all In good order; nice garden; call and see. 3oSl Burdette st. RE MX36 7x ACCORDION PLBAT1NQ. GOLDMAN. tOO Douglas block. ACCORDION pleating. cheapest, best, quickest. Mrs. A. C. Mark, 17th and Doug. M748 BALE TIE. OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co.. Ill North lsth. l CHIROPODISTS. DR. ROT, rooms J-t, 1606 Farnam CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing promptly attended to. i. Ocbi'.tree, 20th and Lake Sts. - 370 DANCING ACADEMY. MORAND'S, 15th and Harney, will sell you a ticket good for twelve letoons at the re, duced price of 34 for ladles and 86 for gentlemen for the new class of beginners commencing on Tuesdav and Friday, No vember 8 and 6, at 8 p. m. Assemblies - every Wednesday at 8 p. m. Admission Wo. 410-N- MR. AND Mrs. Morand's 15th and Harney, adults Tuesday and Friday, 8 p. m.; as semblies, Wednesday; children, Saturday, 10 a. m. and 8 p. m.; all dances taught rapidly; private lessons our specialty, dully. Call or telephone 134 L . MSJ9 ' D4 DETECTIVES. CAPT. T. CORMACK. 617 Karbach block. Tel. A2832. & BEBOUT Detective agency, 708 N. Y. Life. Tel. 8540. esa N18 EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. G. R. RATHBUN, room 16. Cora l Natl Bank. Frlvate lessons In bookkeeping, eta, 47 DRESSMAKING. KEISTER'S College, 1705 Cnmlng. Buits to order. Night class, Mon. ot rpurs, i to ' 9u6 IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy, 309 N. 23d. ., -.i M449 16x STANDARD Garment Cutting College, 2231 Farnam. , .. H-,'t -! t r - - EDVATiefl(L. - PRIVAfE LESSONS loFrench, German 1 and sciences. Box 4W. mi-x FOR' RENT-FARMS. A LARGE and welt Improved farm In . Stanton county for renU- 640 acros with 110,000 worth oi improvements. R C. PETERS & CO. Ground Floor Bee Building. -M707 FIR DRESSING. J. E. WALLACE, Taxidermist. 606 8.- 13th 701 FLORISTS. HESS ft BWOBODA. 1416 Farnam. L. HENDERSON, florist. 1619 Farnam St -387- - GARBAGE. ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans I cesspools and vaults, removes garbags I and dead animals at reduced prices. 621 N. Jbth. Tel. IV i . en GOLD AND SILVER PLATING. OMAHA PLATING CO., Bee Bdg. Tel. 8636, -9.1 LAW AND COLLECTIONS. BTILLMAN ft PRICE. 410 1st Nat. Bk. bldg. IIEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. Y. Lite bltlg., attorneys and colUclors every where. . ' 4 as i .1 : LAWN MOWERS. , SHARPENED. P. Mslcbolr. Mlh ft Howard, . LOCHJMITH. C. R. HEFLIN, 808 N. 10th. St. tel. 2971 LOST. WHITE fox terrier dog with black marking on heau; my uaine ou collar; last seen ou - lower Dougiaa St., timlor wni Da re warded. N. P. Douge, jr., 1614 Faruam. , . . Lost M4l LOST A small red cockerel spaniel; re ward. 117 8. 89lh St. Lost fcJ4 6x MISICAL. THOS. 1. KELLY, volca Davldg Block. a LETOV8KY 8 ORCHESTRA. Tel L-2M4. eERKOWBKY, violin. R. 10, WlthneUblk. M aa Ni MEDICAL, LIQUOR HABIT cured In three days. Pay When cured. No hypodermics. Write for circulars. Gatlln lnatiiuia, XM B. 14th. ' Sis LADIES!' Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pills are the beat. Safe, reliable. Take no other. Send 4o., stamps, for particular "Relief for Ladles," in letter by return mail. Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co., phlladelKbia, Pa. WANTED TO BORROW. WANTED To borrow tJt to 81.000 at T per Cent on good South Omaha rental prop erty; security ample. Address T 26, Bee. M 8(4 86,6-1000 on a large Iowa farm, well lm proved. Address T 42. Bee. - 464 N4 OSTEOPATHY. Jehu son InsUtuts. UN. Y. Life bldg. T. lb4 Tas Hunt Infirmary. McCague Bldg. T. trftl A taaa ft Farwtll. Pagioa) blau. W4-L T. ltia 76 PR. GRACE DEEOAN. Sat N. T. Life. Tel sska. LB i.aln ft LAIRD, 108 Karbach blk. U-WI N2ux FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS. WE ARE Tf RADQl'ARTERS FOR YF.L-I-OW I'INK In the Soft Yellow Tine Belt. This timber compares favorably In quality with the White line of W is consin snd Mlrhlgan. Can all be logged with big wheel. No fire rlok. Complete and reliable Information. Perfect title. LANDS WE CONTROL AND CAN DB LIVER 26.0X) ACRES, average 2,000 to the quarter section, price 17.60 per A. 10,(io ACRES, sversge 2,0n0 to the quarter section, price 16 00 per A. . ,0"0 ACRES, average 2,0"0 to the quarter .section, price 86.00 per A. S.fKio ACRES, average 2.500 to the quarter section, price $9.00 per A. 14.0HO ACRES. Spruce and Hemlt.ck, aver age 3,5io to the quarter section, price 312 no per A. CERTIFIED FOREST RESERVE 8CRTP In large and small amounts at the market price. Reference furnished. Correspond ence solicited. Adrpss AMERICAN TIMBER CO., E. M. Runyan, Mgr., Marquam Bldg , Port land. Ore. MH08 9x PATENTS. H. J. COWGILL No fee unless suceessfuL mio o. io'o Dl., OlDKilt. 1C1, SM PATENTS Sues A Co., Omaha, Neb. I lustrated patent book free. Tel. 1S2S. M-67J NISx PAWNBROKERS. EAGLE Loan Office. Reliable, accommodaU ing; all business confidential. 130k Dougiaa . . ai3 SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. A. C. VAN SANT'B school. 717 N. Y. Ufa NEB. Business ft Shorthand College. Boyd's in rui vr. i wm SANITORIt M. OMAHA Florence Sanatorium. 'Phone'Red 2.'M; 1 blk. w. of car line. City, 'phone, 1192. City bath and massage parlors, 21'.'1 Lake. 6S8 NL'9 STORAGE. OM. Van Stor. Co., 1611ft Farn. Tela ltet-MS. -asa , STAMMERING AND STUTTERING. CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramge Bldg. TICKET BROKERS. CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere. Fr IL Phllbln, 1505 Farnam. 'Phone 7X4. 927 POSTOFFICB NOTICE. (8hould be read1 DAILY by all interested, as changes may occur at any time.) Foreign malls for the week ending Novem ber 7. 1903, will close (PROMPTLY in all cases) at the General Poatofflce as follows: PARCEI,8-POSr MAILS close one hour earlier than closing time shown below. Parcels-Post Mails for Germany close at 6 p. m. Monday per s. s. Kronprlns Wll hehn, and on Wednesday per s. a. Rhain (via Bremen). . Regular and supplementary malls close at Foreign Station half hour later than closing time shown below (except that Sup plementary Mails for Europe and Central America, via Colon, close one hour later at Foreign Station.) Transatlantic Malls. THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE, SWITZERLAND. ITALY, SPAIN. POR TUGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT, GREECE, BRITISH INDIA ahd LORENZO MAR QUEZ, per s. a. La Touralne, via Havre (mall for other parts of Europe must be directed "per s. s. La Touralne"); at 8:80 P. m. for AZORES ISLANDS, per S. s. Peninsular, from New Bedford. Mass. SATURDAY At 2;30 a. m. for IRELAND, per s. s. Etrurla, via Queenstown (mall for other parts of Europe must be directed "per s. s. Etrurla"); at 6 a. m. for EUROPE, per s. m. Philadelphia, via Southampton; at 7 a. m. for FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN, POR TUGAL, TURKEY ESTPT, 1REECB, BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR. QUEZ, per s. s. La Champagne, via Havre (mall for ottier narts of Europe must be directed "per e. La Cham- . pagne"); ..at KJO a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per a. a. Finland (mail must be. di rected 'per s. s. Finland"); at 8:30 a. m. for ITALY direct, per s. s. Lahn (mall must be directed "per s. s Lahn"); at 9:30 a. m. for SCOTLAND direct, per . 8. Ethiopia (mall must be directed ''per a. s. Ethiopia"); at 11 a. m.for DENMARK direct, per a. a. Island (mail must be di rected "per s. . Island"). After the rloslnz of the Supplementary Transatlantic Malls named above, addi tional Supplementary Malls are opened on the plerc ol the American, English, French snd Germsn steamers and remain open until within Ten Minutes of tb hour of sailing cf stsamer. Matla for Sonta mni Central America, Weat ladles. Eta, THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Vlgllancla (mall for Mexico, via Progreso, Campeche and Vera Crus must be di rected "per s. a. Vlgllancla"); at 10 a. m. for HAITI, per s. s. Prlns der Nederlan ' den (mall for Port de Palx. Cape Haiti, Gnnalvea, Jeremle, Curacao, Venesuela, Trinidad. British and Dutch Guiana must be directed "per s. s. Prlns der Neder landen"); at 11 a. m. for BRAZIL, per s. s. Byron, via Pernambuca Bahla, Rio Janeiro and Santos (mail for Northern Brasll. Araentlne. Uruauav and Paraauav must be directed "per s. s. Byron"); at 12 m. for YUCATAN, per s. e. TJomo (msll must be directed "per s. s. TJomo"); at 11 m. for MEXICO, per s. s. Seneca, via Mampico (mail must oe aireciea per s. s. 6en-va"). FRIDAY At 6:10 a. m. for NEWFOUND LAND, per s. a. Silvia; at 12 m. for SAN TIAGO, per s. s. Yumurl (mall must be directed per a. s. Yumurl ). SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BERMUDA per s. s. Pretoria; at 8:30 a. m. (supple mentary (:30 a. ra.) for CURACAO and VENEZUELA, ner s. s. Maracalbo (mall for Savanllla and Cartagena must be di rected "ner s. s. Maracalbo ): at S a. m for PORTO RICO, per s. s. Ponce, via Ban junn; at a. m. ror Aitucn riwri, URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per s. a. . Egyptian Prince; at 9:30 a. m. (supple mentary i:30 a m.) tor ronl i. N c, ISLAND, JAMAICA. BA VANILLA, CAR TAGENA and GREYTOWN, per a s. Valencia (r all for Costa Rica must be di rected "per s. s. Valencia"); at 10 a. tn. for CUBA, per s. s. Mexico, via Havana: at 10:30 a. m. (stuuiilementary 11:30 a. m.) for INAGUA and UA1TL per a. s. Flan drla. Malls Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex cent Transpacific. CUBA Via Florida, closes at this office daily,' except Thursday, at 6:ao a. m. (the connecting maiia close here an Wednesduys and Saturdays via Tampa, and on Mondays via Miami). MEXICO CITS Overland, unless specially addressed for dispatch by steamer, closes at this oftlce dally, except Sunday, at 1:36 p. m. and 11:30 p. m. Sundays at 1 p. m. and 11:30 p. m. NEWFOUNDLAND By rail to North Sid ney, and thence by steamer, closes at this otnee dully at 6:30 p. in. (connecting malls close here every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.) , JAMAICA By Tall to Boston, snd thence, . by steamer, clones at this office at 6:30 p. m. every l ueauay. MIQUELON By rail to Boston, and thence by steamer, closes at tills office daily at 6 30 p. m. BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE MALA By rail to New Orleans, snd thence by steamer, closes st this office daily, exoept Sunday, at 1:30 p. m. und 111:30 p. m. ; Sundays at II p. tn. and 11:30 p. m. (connecting mall closes here londays at 111:30 p. in.) COSTA RICA-By rail to Nsw Orleans, and thence by stsamer, closes st this office daily, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. m. and lil:3o p. in ; Sundays at U p. m. and Ill:i0 p m. (connecting mall closes hers Tuesdays at 111:80 p. n..J REGISTERED MAIL lose at p. m previous day. " TraaaaaTuTa Malls. HAWAII, via Ban Francisco, close hers daily at 4:iU p. m. up to November 2, In. elusive, for despatch pr s. s. Aiame la. HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP PINE ISLANDS, via San Franoisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to November 16, inclusive, for- despatch per a. a. America Maru. ' AUSTRALIA (except West) FIJI ISL ANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, via Van couver. and Victoria, B. C. close here dally at 6 30 p. m. up to November 7. in eluaivs, for despatch per s. s. Aorangl. CHINA and JAPAN, via Tacoma. close here dally at 6.80 p. m. up to November 110, Inclusive, for despatch per a. s. Vic toria. CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, cloae here .here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to November JU, Inclusive, for despatch per a S. Kaga HAWAII JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP. PINE ISLANDS, via San Prandaco, close ' h-r dally at 6:30 p. tn. up to November 3. ini'lnalve, for deapatch pr s. a Cores. NiiW ZEALAND, AL'af KAL1A (except POSTOFKICF. NOTICE. West)). NEW CALEDONIA. FIJI, SA MOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco, close here dally at S.3o p. rn. up to No vember 14, Inclusive, for despatch per a. a Sonoma. (If the Cunard steamer car rylng the British mall tor New Zealand does not arrive In time to connect wlih this despatch, extra malls closing at 6.30 a. m., 9:30 a. m. and 6.80 p. m.; Sundays at 4:30 a. m.. t a. m. and 6:30 p. m. will be made up and forwarded until the ar rival of the Cunard steamer). CHINA AND JAPAN, via Vancouver and Victoria, m. i;., cioso nrre aany at (.10 p. m. up to November 1 24, Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Empress of China. (Merchandise for U. B. postal agency at Shanghai cannot be torwarded via Can ada.) riUTJPFlNE ISLANDS, via San Fran cisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November Itt, Inclusive, for despatch per U. B, transport. TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to November I-. Inclusive, for despatch per a. s. Mariposa. NOTE Unless otherwise aduressed. West Australia Is forwarded via Europe; and New Zealand and Philippine Islands via Psn Francisco the -quickest routes. Phil ippines specially addressed "via Canada" or "via Europe ' must be fully prepaid at the foreign rates. Hawaii la forwarded via 8an Francisco exclusively. Transpsclfte mslls are torwarded lo port of sailing dally and the schedule of ' closing Is arrsnged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. Registered mail closes at I p. m. pre vious day. roRNEl.ira VAN COTT. Postmaster. Postofflce, New York, N. Y.. October 80, 1903. LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE. Sealed bids will be received at the office of Secretary of State up until 12 o'clock noon of Thursday, November 1J, 1903, for belt ing and pulriaa for use at the penitentiary as per Itemised statement found In the . office of Secretary of State. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. GEORGE W. MARSH. Secretary of Board. Nld lOt NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR STATE PRINT. ING. Bids will be received by the State Print ing board at the office of the Secretary . of State at Lincoln, Neb., on or bi fore 1:30 o'clock p. m. Wednesday. November 11, 1903, for furnishing 1,400 four-qulrs as sessment books for the State Board of Equalisation and miscellaneous printing . and stationery supplies for the State Board of Irrigation, State Historical so- - clety, Hospital for the Insane at Hast ings, penitentiary and attorney general, and binding of briefs for the sjpreme court. Speqlticatlnns for same can be found on file In the ofllce of the Secretary of State. All bids must be accompanied by a bond equal In amount to the probable coat of the work bid upon. The board reserves the light to reject any and all bids. Lincoln, Neb.. Oct. 81. 1. STATE PRINTING BOARD. By Lou W. Frazler, Secretary to the Board. Nld it GOVERNMENT NOTICES. OFFICE CHIEF . QUARTERMASTER. Omaha, Neb., October 30, 13 Sealed proposals. In triplicate, subject to the usual conditions, Will be received hero r.ntil 12 noon, central standard time, November 80, 1903, for construction of a steel tank with heater room, and installing a new pump in pump house at Fort Robinson, Nebraska. Full Information furnished on application to this office, where plan and specifications may be seen, or to the quartermaster, Fort Robinson. Proposals to be marked "Pro- Sosals for Steel Tank and Pump," and ad ressed to WILIAM E. HORTON, Acting Chief Quartermaster. N 4-6-6-7-27-28 NO ARREST FROM ELECTION Total Absence af Disorder Considered . Keaaarkafcle ky Police aad A fact considered most extraordinary by the police is the fact that not a single ar rest was made by any regular or special officer as the direct result of the election. Judge Berks, who was all smiles because of the reassurance of another term, also considered it an extraordinary fact. "It Is a singular thing," said the Judge, ''that the proportion of Omaha residents w have to deal with in this court is small compared with the Influx of undeslr able cltiaens from surrounding cities and towns who come before us." SCOURING VOIR SCALP. Will Remove the Loose DssiraC Scales, bat It Won't Car DaadrnS. It your hair is brittle and thinning, you have dandruff. The mere scouring of the scalp of the loose scales won't cure dan druff, because dandruff is nothing but scales of scalp being thrown up by a pestiferous little germ In burrowing -its way to the root of the hair, where It saps the vitality, causing falling hair and, in time baldness. Now you can't stop dandruff nor falling hair nor prevent baldness un less you destroy that germ; and the only preparation that can do it is the new scientlflo discovery, Newbro s Herplclde. In fact, no other hair preparation claims to kill the dandruff germ all of them will clean the acalp; soap-and water will do that, but only Newbro's Herplclde gets at the root of the trouble and kills the dan druff germ.. Bold by leading druggists. Bend lOo in stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co., Detroit, Mich. Sherman ft McConnell Drug Co., special agents. 4884 Taney Collars, Woman's aad Xlste'a, ' Fancy Collars 4664 Fancy collars make important features of present styles and. rightly handled, can be made to completely transform a bodice that may have become passe. Lace, chiffon, tucklngs, fancy vest lugs and all contrasting materials are used so that the variety knows literally no limit. ' The designs given are admirable and afford a wide range of choice, while all are smart and are adapted to any and all available materials. ' Lace applique, fancy braid, narrow ruches, fringe, all make de sirable edgings and can be used with per feet propriety. The collars, provlds four styles. No. 1 is round and falls over the shoulders, ' con ceallng the arms-eye seams; No. I forma a Smooth fitting cape with deep Van Dykes at the lower edge; No. 8 is similar to No. 1 at the back, but is made with stole ends that are exceedingly graceful; No. 4 Is plain, giving a round cape effect, and falls over the arms nearly to the elbows. ' The quantity of material required Is 1U yards 18 or 21 inches wide for No. L 1 yards for Nos. 2, 8 ana I for the wsmao's slse; 1 yard for No. 1, ! yards for Nos. 1 t and 4 yards for the misses slxe. The pattern 4664 cut In two sizes, woman's and misses'. For the accommodation of The Bee readers these patterns, which usually retail at from 36 to 10 cents, will be furnlshsd at a nominal price. IS cants, which cover all expense. In order to get a pattern enclose 10 cents, give number and nam of patterw- SEASONABLE FMIC3S taaa m - t? . s3 RAID IMPURE MILK VENDERS City Officials Boiolrtd to run lib to Utmost Offensert of Tkit Olsu. PROSECUTOR LEE TAKES THE LEAD Carl Jsasen, First Alleged Violator ' at Pnr Food Law, Comes ' ( Trial la District t'oart. "" The effort to rid the city of venders f adulterated and Impure milk assumed a new aspect yesterday when the case of the State of Nebraska against Carl Jen sea was called before Judge Estelle in the criminal division of ths district court. It is alleged that the city has been over run, with venders of Impure milk and that the parties engaged In this business nave grown bold for the reason that the numer ous cases which have been instituted In the police court against them and then appealed have never come to a trial after wards. For this reason the alleged vio lators of the law aa regards the rending of Impure milk have. It Is said, continued their nefarious business until a prosecution was d'-emed an absolute necessity.. Carl Jensen had been before the police Judge on the charge Of dealing in lmpuro milk and his case had been appealed to the district court. Upon assuming the du ties of his office as city prosecutor and after having Informed himself of the ex isting conditions relative to these rases City Prosecutor Thomas F. Lea resolved that the cases should be pushed, and the first alleged offender happened to be Carl Jensen. When it was found that the prose cution had made good Its claim that it would push the matter before the district court Mr. Jensen paid his tine of (20 and costs, and thus the first of numerous sim ilar oases to be argued before the district court was disposed of. It is expected that the trial of similar cases will occupy the district court for at least teh days. The city officials have re solved that the violators of the law regu lating the sale of milk shall be punished. About fifty old cases which had been on the appeal docket of the city prosecutor have been outlawed, as they date from 1899, but Mr. Lee has cleaned the docket up to the time of his assumption of the duties of the office and will prosecute each snd M of the appeal cases which have been made since he assumed the office. Announcements of the Theaters. It is seldom any act Is such a tilt that after taking three encores and a succeeding act has started,' it Is called back again, but this was the honor bestowed upon Searle and Vldett Allen at the Orpheum Monday night and at every performance since they have responded to several calls. Each of the other acta on the program Is tendered the approbation of the audi ences that are filling the cosy playhouse tn capacity this week. This Is matinee day and the women and children will take their special Innings. Paxton's beautiful I'.vlnj pictures will appeal to them strongly. In keeping withxhelr custom of producing a new fun show every two years. Ward ft Yokes are coming to the Krug tonight nnd tomorrow night with "A Pair of Pinks," a detective story set to music, with vaude ville trimmings to take the place of sensa tional thrills. In writing the new ve hicle the author found it necessary to lo- , eate one whole act In a private Jail which is owned by 'the two Pinks, as h could i. jt ask the public to accept the Idea of what he wanted to present as taking place In any Jail maintained at public expense. Of ' : course the action Is spirited and sat td music Ward ft Yokes' actions always are. The muslo Is all new and th songs f ra- ' quent and cetchy. E. D. Btalr has gives -the new production a fine scenic setting, some wardrobe which will amase the eyas of the women, a chorus of pretty girls greater than any opera company en tour, and withal a singing strength of unusual power. This evening at the Boyd Mary Bhaw wlU present the much-talked about Ibsen play, "Ghosts' In this play Ibsen has under taken to answer the questions he raised In "A Doll's House." It deals with the tlV ory of heredity and paints a powerful', though somewhat somber picture of the conditions nature imposes on mankind and is a most vigorous argument for right Dy ing. Miss Bhaw has presented the play for almost a year now, opening her engage ment with it In New York early last sea son. Her characterisation of Mrs. AveUng is said to be most dramatic in its Intensity. On Friday night Clay Clement comes to the Boyd for an engagement lasting over Bunday, presenting- his oomady success, "Th New Dominion." - PFTIES BOY WITHOUT MOTHER Jadge Estelle Has Compassion on Lad , Arraigned by Father (av AUeged Incorrigibility. "God pity a boy who has lost his mother." These wer th words uttered by Judge Estell ' when Roy 8 wanson, a 14-year-old lad, was up for arraignment on the charge of incorrigibility. The court, after listening to tb presentation of both aides of th ease, entered a plea of not guilty and ap pointed Attorney T. J. Mahoney to mak an Independent investigation of tb charges previously preferred against th lad and al- t leglng grand larceny, and report his find ings to th court. Th lad's father" appeared in th court room and testified as to tho misdemeanors of his son. It was alleged by th father that his stn had stolen 130 from him re cently. Th particular orlm of which . young Bwanson had been charged was tho theft of 894. A policeman entered young Bwanson's rooms and recovered th $94 and secured 4 confession from the boy. This confession was given voluntarily &nd the youth did not seem to want to hid th fact that he had taken th money. He said he had taken it in order that he wight as sist his father. When arraigned before Judge Estell th lad said h had but recently returned from an extended trip covering Milwaukee, Den- . ver, Kansas City snd other points. At this point Mr. Bwanson Interrupted to say that ' he had no horn for th boy, aa h had lost his mother some time ago, and then it Was that Judge Estell gave expression to his compassionate utterance. Young Bwanson's history will be gone Into In detail and soms data snd evidence will be furnished in order to enable th court to pass sentence upon him. Judge Estelle said that th lad Impressed him aa on who was able to earn bis own living, and it was Ms opinion that not on boy in a hundred is benefited by being sent to th reform achooL v DIED. DIED KLEIN, P. K.. aged 86 years, at his residence, 1SJ0 Burt st. Funeral Friday morning at 8:30 from resi dence to Holy Family church a I 9 a. m. Interment Holy Bepulcher. Heart Disease ms7 b cured by strengthening; tho heart nerves, enriching- ths blood snd Improving tba circulation with Dr. Miles' Heart Cars. 8 fa and snra. Bold on guarantee. Bead postal for fro book on else sew of tUe heart aad aarvea DrT'mILES' MEDICAL CO., E'khart, Ind.