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VN SPECIAL NOTICES
will be taken antll 12 m. for the
! edttien and antll MiSU . m.
for morilii and Boaday edition.
Rates, 1 l-'Jc a rmrd flrat laaertlon.
1 a word thfrmlirr, Nothing takra
for Ira than Jlc for the first Inirr
tlnn. These advertisements moat be
ran consecutively.
Advertisers, by reqorstlns; a Dim.
bered check, ran have mri ad
drraard to a n a - red letter la care
of The Hee. Answei ao addred mill
be delivered oa sreaeatatlen uf the
eaerk anly.
MISCK.LLAMi.Ol 8.
PHOl OGKAPHSir 1.U,
price ta pi uu. luune of 1 aiylea oi , i
mounting, special tor hohuay oiy lu loi"
.'KOVl OK, bl6 aoutn I6th bt.
SPPPI A I For a limited time we i
111 ttt
, , you wim a guaranteed
-' fAii oa" B-M.'iAi.'Lt,B FuK 81.00.
r Doni-nus una ciuuiOe.
. . . B. OPiiCiANS,
8u8 NO, 1TH tT. . R-M218
PERFIELD 8 Cut-Prlce Piano Co..
Bea Bldg i torn J. Tel. 7.J1.
Weber, ery At Clark. Ludwig Shi. or.
" ' K ill
JIM Is ym;r "lucky number" In our win
dow? Yhen come and get your shoes
O.MMOD. Regent Shoe Co., 2 8. Ijth.
It iiU.
U.XI'RKSSMAN'g Delivery Co., moving and
storuge. W4 N. 16th. Tel. 11:16. R-M2J
MONEY loaned on all valuables. 41s N. Pith.
WANTED-MALE HELP.
LYMAN J. GAGE,
in a recent address said:
"Tun) sceuo ueviu urn luuuy carries me
back very vlviaiy to a pvnoa of about
Uiirty-eignt yeais ago, when I myselt, la a
llLBlfifcBb t,oLAB;, sat hi ona of thoso
flesKH ana obtained very useful instruction
In all "the torma of business, auoh as, 1
suppose, with many Improvements, you
uu atudy and pursue.
"That drill, that information, that educa
tion 'l look, back upon and count aa of the
greatest practical Value of any 14iave ever
received.". -
' BOYLES COLLEGE
'''N.' Y. LiFK hL.00., UAllA.
U a the Leading ' Uuslntss Training In
aatute. " Apply for Catalogue.
UOOD nieaaenger wanted; flrst-claaa pay.
A. .1). X. Co., a S, Utn. u IK
WANTED, foi U. 8. army, able-bodied, un
marriud men, between agea of HI and ik
citizens of United tjtatea, of good charuc
, ler and temperate habits, who can speak,
read and write KnguMi. For information
apply to recruiting oiticer, lth and Dodge
au Omaha, and Grand island. Neb.
- , i-Ml&4
WANTED, two agent at once; good sal
ary city work. C- F. Adams Co.. ll
Howard at. . B
OOOD, all around tailor. J. E. Peters.
Corning, la. Fare furnished to r.gnt
party. B-883 lx
WATEErrMn to ,ear brber trade.
Thoroughly practical course. Steady
P,rHcUa' c"r'ul Instructlona, yeara saved.
Caa earn nearly all expenses before coin
piecing. EetabUahed, im. investigate
thia opportunity . Call or write. Moler
Uarber College, 130V Douglas st.
,- 13 M83S 13X
TiJMIT'REMlER EMPLOYMENT
PJfPXKTMENT. furnisher atenograpliera
Without cbacrre. Tel. Vim or call at office,
. corner 17th opd Farnam Bts.
. . e . .... B M134 D-7
WA2OTU?JrJlrA-ci4 tubulat-welt xnan to
opKfidtt Dlrnock nutehine; will- pav good
fiWBgea. Write or telegraph i. a.Hllbery,
Alberta, Canada. - i. U-3t7 12x
WANTED, neat, bright Voung man; willing
't 5? ''"rk and learn optical grinding. The
U. J. Pan fold C0...140H Fanuun St.
t B M21S
'WANTtD. an experienced engineer, ' ex
. perlenced In handling elm trlcnl machinery
and muat know something of electricity
ln feneral to. operate a small power plant
In a amall tewn abmu 2,6nO, short dlatance
.from- Omaha. Address U 87, Bee.
L " Bm vi
WE NEED COMPETENT MEN
to nil posltiona aa Managers, Accountants,
, Advertising Men, Salesmen and Uook-
keepers. Also Technical and Executive Men,
high grade exclusively. We have ofTloes -In
twelve cities. Write lor plan and booklet.
HAPGOOD3 (Incorporated)
i Suite SI'S, Monadnook Building, Chicago.
B
WANTED Boy about 17 or 18 years old to
learn trade; mut come well recom
mended. The 1. P. Cooke Co., 1112 Far
.' nam street . . B M243 11
EXPERIENCED aalesman. or physician
, not practicing, to aell to doctors; also one
.. for central Nebraaka; established trade;
permanent; remunerative. P. O. Box 868.
I'hllAderphla. . B MJS9 llx
M ANTKD Ptgno player; one who reads
music; none other need apply, lit! S. nth
street. B M& 17x
WAITED KKMALB HKLP.
100 gtrla. Call Canadian offtoe, 16th Dodge.
' - C VU4
WANTED A good cook,
rs. Park ave,
Mrs. T.
We want aoiive lady workers everywhere
to take orders for our fine made-to-otdor
skirts and corsuts. Write today for full
.particulars American Bklrt and Coret
Co.. Ltd., N Woodward . ave., Detroit,
Mich,. C MilMi 14x
WANTEW Ladle to learn hair dreselng,
manicuring and facial massage.
Thoroughly practical course. Free work,
, careful instructions. Can earn some
wugea, from start. Call Moler Collcae.
1302 Douglaa at. C M'.iju 13x
WANTED A cook. Mrs. E. Foy, Stanton,
la- . , C-M2U2 15
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. W. F. Benney, 1.24 8.
Slat mi., . ... C 3u6 11
WANTED, a girl at the Creche; wages $15
a monLh and board. Uth and Harnev.
. . - C 227 ix
EXPERIENCED girl for general house
work, -iva Burt street. , C A1I37 Ux.
LADIES-rHO per hundred writing short let
ters; no deposit; no canvusning; stamped
envelope, particulars. Ladies Supply Co.,
Dept.. a, Iiidlaiuipolia, Ind. C Miu Ux
FOR RENT HUl'SEi.
HOUSES l3 U t'fU'of Uie city. R.
nJJ?CO c Pstars a Co.. Bee Bid
D M.
HOL'tiEd, Insurance. Rlngwalt. Barker Blk.
HOUSES ,to f,?"" tn cy. The
nUUOW W. F. Davis Co.. u Bee Bid
!
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storaea
Co.. omoa. liulta i arnanj. or Tola. 16WMJk
. D-ew
VOR RENT, ten-room house, modern and
barn, in Weal Far nam district. Wm I.
Puttor, Rec., No aw Brown Blk.
D-6ol
FOH BENT, ( room bouae. 2M8 Woolworth
Ave., t-V per month; poaeestuou given i ic.
tobrr 17 Apply to Hoi Lhl, care Daily
Saws office D M!i
Av'E-R08'nVIC K A CO.. choice houses"
t'l-a New York Life Bldg. Phone Kii.
j UUri
BKYERAL good houaes, f0 to lis Chris
B-yer. Ui and Cuming. 'Phone 'Mi.
. - D-MUO
'NEW 8-room modem huuae. Immediate
r e'"- aiarsn. u uim
of Trade. D 1U
I VT ftl FOR RENT?! rooi
m house.
Uil N. 18th.
W E WOVE pianos. Uggrd Van at Stor
age Co.. Tel. lue. OttJwi. lilj Webster st
rOH RENT HOUSES.
CITY SAVINGS BANK
Employs two expert stenographers, Nov. S,
from the Om Aha I'nmm'rrlnl College, both
of which are writers nf Mosher Shorthand,
line was In school four months, the other
six. Both got splendid salsrles. Verily the
writer of Moeher Shorthand are the fliat
to be rewnr1(. Send for particular! of the
system. Address,
ROHRBOUGH BROS.,
17th and Douglaa Sta., Omaha, Neb, Tel. 129
FOR RENT. 7-room house, city water, a" a,
furnace, all modern, on Park ave, f Jt.
l-ruom house, city wnter. 3124 Maaon at.
C. M. Bachmann, 436-87 Dexton Block.
D MH9J
7-ROOM HOt'SE, strictly modern. 220
Manrierson at. Inquire Seabrooke, 4"S No.
16th 8t. D M217 12 x
FOR RENT Seven-room cottage, lurge
yard, In a .od condition. V m. K. Pol er,
rec. 303 Brown block. D Mil
GOOD 8-room modern house, furnished. $25
per month; 44r.i Farnam st. Harrison A
Morton, J12-13 N. Y. Life. Tel 314.
D-220 15
EI.KflANT a-room hotise on Georgia ave
nue; near park. 15o S. 28th. D M234
( UNFURNISHED rooms, bath, gas, fur
nace, lawn. Z7I1 N. iia st.
D-MS62
FOR KEIT KIRMSIIED ROOMS.
LARGE. LIGHT, AIRY ROOMS.
$U.6 and up per month.
' 75c and up a day.
AT THE DELLONE,
14lli st. and camul ave.
Steam heatea; electric lighted; private aad
general baths. all conveniences; flrst
ciass service.
Eat where you please.
ROOM AT THJfi DELLONE.
L M12S NovlOx
DEWEY European hotel, 13111 and Farnam.
E 60a
O. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 611.
. E 604
lOH RENT, 1 or 2 furnished rooms, single
or enuuitu; private family. 434 S. 24Ui.
E M441
NICELY furnished rooms. Inquire Omaha
Steam Laundry, 1760 Leavenworth'. ''Phone
A-17S3. E 607
NICELY furnished room in private family;
house new and modern. 261 Jones St.
E-M910
DESIRABLE rooms at The Farnam, 19th
and Farnam sts. E MSMrl
ROYAL HOTEL. European, 16th Chicago.
E Out
NICELY furnished rooms; everythlpg new
and modern; gentlemen preferred. 1618
Webster st. E-M337
CENTRAL, steam heat, all modern; 2 ele
gantly furnished rooms. 220 N. 23d.
E 225
FRONT room for two; modern. 218 N 17th.
E M2.J5
FLKNISHKU ROOMS AND BOARD.
FRONT room and board. 628 S. lth st.
F 6S8 d6x
ROOMS with board; modern, steam heat;
also table board. The Dresher, tttu 8. ltitn.
F M231 D10
FOR RENT USriRJIlSIlED R0TMf.
DESIRABLE ROOM. 2224 Farnam.
. G M215 14x
i ii i
FIRKITLRK PACKIHQ.
Peterson & Lundberg, lis 8. 17th. Tel. L-2358.
U-elO
VOR BENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT Building suitable for whole
aaln purposes at 91 Farnam, 22x90, four
stories and Arst-class cemented basement,
elevator, fire and burglar proof vault, of
fice counter and fixtures. For pries and
particulars Inquire C. C. Rose water, sec
retary the Bee Building Co., room 100, Bee
building. i I M5t7
FOR-RKNT-The biUldlngr formerly occu
pied by The Bee at via t amain si. it nas
lour stories and a basement, which was
formerly used by The Bee press room.
This will be rented very, reasonably. If
Interested apply at ofllce of C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Be buoldlng.
- . ; . i . 1 iitil
FOR ' RENT, three upper stories ln four-
siory ouiiuing hi vio r ariiam , bi., tmu
stories if preferred. Address C. C. Rose
water, Sec'y., Room 100, Bee bldg.
FOR RENT, storeroom and basement in
good location, particularly adapted for a
plumber show room and work room or a
manufacturer with similar requlrementa;
power furnished if required. R. C. Peters
& Co., rental agents, ground floor Bee
building. I-M7M
1-STORY and basement, 22x100: 1005 Farnam
at. Inquire 814 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
1-611
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED Can vaaslng agents
in every
to THE
county to solicit Buuscnuiioiii
TWENTIETH CENTURY FAMISH.
Steady employment with assured good In
come. Agents In ths country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily tot) to $100 per month. Ad
dress Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bes building, Omaha.. J 213
WE PAY $22 a wek and expenses to men
with rigs to introduce poultry compound;
,' years' ton tract. Imperial Mfg. Co., P6i
Parsons, Kan. J
WANTED Field superintendent; wide
awake man; no selling; established bual
nee; poeiUoii permanent. Luke Bros. Co.,
International Nurseries, Chicago, III.
J M241 Ux
FOR SALE FIRMTLRE.
FULL line of hard Coal stoves now on sale.
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge st,
O-Sll
OAK sideboard for sale, 2209 Spencer st
C&3t
FOR SALE Contents of eight-room house,
stoves, cirprta, furniture, piano, dishes,
etc., etc-; will, sell very cheap. Address
U 21. Bee. O .d 11
WASTED TO BUY.
DON'T give your furniture and carpets
away, J. Levine Pays the highest iusn
price. Telephone 771. N M218
SECOND-HAND second-rate hotel furnish
lugs wanted. Address U. - R. Vincent,
Emerson, la. N M244 llx
FOR SALE HORSES, WAWO.NS, ETC.
MONROE sells pleasurs Vehicles at 811 N.
lsta sc. P 6U
NEW and 2U hand vehicles for sale; re
pairs, il. Frost, 14 la and Leavenworth.
FOR SALE MIICELLANEOIS.
INDIAN goods and relics. Ul Farnam.
W i7
IRON A wire fences, tree guards, trellises.
Western Anchor Fcncu Co., VJb N. l.tn st.
. v W-ilS
CATALOGUE cut drug prices free. b)her-
t. ,i At Mi l 1)1)1. ell IJi-UJI Co.. I littu m
620
FOR 8ALE. several scholarships In a first
uloas sumdard school In Ouiana, compris
ing couip.eto course in business, snort
haud and typewriting. Inquire at Bee
othce. y 8wJ
FOR SALE, coal buslnesa Capital required.
l.UUU.uu. Address i 21. Bee. 4il
2DUAND safe cheap. Derlgbt. UU Farnam.
SI-6-i
BILLIARD and pool tables, bought, sold,
exchanged and repaired. Bar fixtures
and saloon supplies. The We.taia Bar
Fixture and Hotel Supply kitg. i 0 , liu;
Hatney St., Omaha. Neo. M.J8 30
FOR SALE CHEAP-Doors. Xx4s, lath, radi
a tors, baseboard, rasing, corner blocks,
pllntns, maible tile, window screens
kinuling. bydrauhc elevator. C. w!
Parlriuga, Barker Hotel, Omaha.
W-Sj6llx
CHEAPEST OAK SLAT CORN CRIB
BING. Long fir Uinbera. . M Douglaa
W--8
COUPE for pair or sing horse, excellent
condition; must sell. Addreas V 22. Bes
ettice, Q MU8 1
WHY LET YOUR ROOM STAY VACANT?
Every Day is a Loss of
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE, Knnbe concert grand piano;
condition good. Address Lock . Ilox nt,
Glltner. Neb. Q-19S
HARD COAL base burner, good condition,
very cheap. 841 N. 37th st. Q 228 lOx
TWO fine depot wagons, I rockawjtys, 1
coupe. 2 traps, 1 wagonette, 2 dravs.
Drummond Carriage Co., 18th and Har
rev. Q 221
CLAIRVOYANTS.
GYLMER, palmist. ii N. 23d; 'phon B
K'l. 8-623
MR9. CAR RIB SMITH, BOVEREIQN
LADY QUKKN of clairvoyants; every
thing told, past, present and future, fl.it-i-'factlon
nr no pay. Wi7 N. 18th. SfrM
ELECTRICAL TREATMENT.
11MB. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15 2d floor, rr2,
T MH51 Dtix
PEHSONAL.
WE RENT sewing machines at Tic pr
Week, $i per month; we repair and anil
parts for every machine manufactured;
second-hand machines from $1 to $1. Neb.
Cycle Co., 16ih and Harney. U 538
"VIAVI" way to health. 848 Bee building,
Oniaha. V 528
PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladies before and
during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Oer sch,
Ntu California st. Terms reasonable.
U-625
PRIVATE hospltnl during coniinement;
babies adopted. Mrs. Gardela, Z234 Lake.
Tel. Red-ldM. U 628
THE OMAHA Plating Co. will soon mova
to larger quarters at 1508 Harney Bt.
U-M410
PRIVATE home during confinement; babes
adop ed. The Good S.imaltn Sanltar.nm,
2 1st ave., Council Bluffs, lu. U 52
PRIVATE hospital before and during cou
nffi Mr- L- F""er. 15ul Vinton.
Tel. 1888. - v - U 529
MAGNET PILE "KILLER. JT CURES. At
druggists, $1. U-31
DR. FRIES treats successfully all diseases
and Irregularities of women from anv
cause; experienced and reliable. 1613
Dodge St., Arlington block, Omahx.
. U-633
COSTUMES for rent 8318 8. 2nth. Sack.
. U M59 Dec 1
A iIC?.E' heaItny baby boy and girl for
edoptlon at 2318 8. 13th Stf, Omaha, Neb
V MIM I2x
MONEY TO LOAN-REAL ESTATE.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas. First Nat l Bank bldg. Tel. 164s.
W-6iS
PRIVATE money. Sherwood. 837 N. Y. Life
W 634
i TO S P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton block.
W-637
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1520 D.iuglas.
W-3
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam st
W-633 ,
Ww NJEJ7Re,lleute lc,Bns "! warrants.
R. C. Peters A Co., Bee bldg. W 635
FIVE! per cent loans. Garvin Bros., 1604
- Farnam. W-638
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
r,-.,MONEY LOANED ON
FURKlTUREIANOSLiyE STOCK.
Low rates and easy terms.
Business confidential, -Try
us if yem want to save money. "
633 Paxton block... . ltfthrsl Kainam- sta.
; . '- .i' -. x--6
MONEY ioanded
Irv h (iraau mta
ded o:i planos furniture, Jew
cows, etc.. C F. Reed, Sli i. jj.
' ' ;.r.: ti- -, X 648
P ASY JO GET
LrAiD I: 1n pay
..
Best explains our methods.
v-SL?.!0"n.on' urnUur'. Pianos, warehouse
,1 f"J' etc- r u ,you hav Permansnt
position we can make you a
. salary loan
III1.0".1 "ecurtty, except your own agree
UJ.. io.,TVpnyU ,lr rvlu Is quick and
conrtdentlal and we alwaya try to pleas.
All that we atk la that you give us a cull
before you borrow elsewhere.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2205..
- (Established U92). 80t S. 16th Bt.
X.-M545
RK8T BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc.. without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices in prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trads
Bldg. . x54l
MONEY loaned on plain not to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
6H Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
CHATTEL salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., R t, Barker Block. . X 644
-,.... MONEY TO LOAN ON
FURNITURE, PIANOS. LIVE STOCK.
SALARIES, ETC.
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING
to call and be convinced that our rate ar
the cheapest In Omaha.
We want your business and believe 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 offices are the best
equipped to handle your business with
privacy of any in the city. Com ln and
aee us, whether you borrow or not.
Open Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays
until 8 p. m.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Rooms S07- Paxton block. Rooms 807-308.
. X-811
BtSINESS CHANCES.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
r.ny property or business quick, see J. H.
Johnson, 843 N. Y. Lite. Y-647
FOR SALE, to active marj interest In es
tablished business; personal services and
$5,000 required. Excellent dpportitntty for
right party. Address T 87. Bs. Y 418
EXCHANGES of all kinds: to buy or sell
a business of exchange merchandise for a
land or city property, call or writ Sholes
Armstrong Co., 721-2 N..Y. Life. Tel. 49.
Y-M793
FOR sale, ln fertile northwestern agri
cultural county, abstract set and incl
denteal business paying $4.OC0 yearly;
price $5.0110. Address U 13 Bee. Y MD08 13
ELEGANTLY equipped baarber shop on
J round floor; eno of the finest on ths
'aclflc coast; location most desirable;
palatial baths; everything up to date.
This proposition clears big money and
will bear most searching investigation.
For full particulars address P. O. Box
65. Oakland. Csl. i T MW7 16x
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FULL east front Hanscom Placs lot; new
asphalt pavement, slagollthlc walk, sewer.
All these specials paid for; $1,800, 'for
quick sals. Harrison A Morton, 813 N. Y.
Life. Tel. 814. RE-800
FREE homes; send 2-cent stamp for map
of Rosebud reservation, giving full Infor
mation. D. W. Forbes. Bonealeel, 8. D.
RE-MI. 7
TRACKAGE AND BRICK WAREHOUSE.
Good sized, well btdlt brick warehouse with
Vi feet trackage on to. Pacific at 47th
BQJ Dodge, admirably adapted for small
coal or building material business; for
quick sale, $1,200; improvements worth
more money. Harrison A Morton, 912-81$
N. X. Life. . RB-868
A SNAP.-
Good 4 room house and lot, city
water.' For quick sale. Cash 5275.
O. C Olsen, 1704 Farnam St.'
HB-224 U
Money When a Little
FOR BALE REAL ESTATE,
FOIt 8ALR OR TRADE FOn8MALLER
PROPERTY 8-room modern house and
splendid larn. lot 42xli8. Apnly owner,
2iil N. 2Gth st. ' RE-M724 14
W. Farnam Smith & Co.
An excellent 8-room modern house, barn,
large yard, fine sliarie trees, ahrubhorv,
on Ohio st., near boulevard. If you want
this at $3,260, you wjd hav4 to secure It
this week.
Look at 2U4 Caldwell at., T rooms, gas and
water, fine, large yard, shade, pivlng all
paid. Must be sold. Price, $1.7j0.
In the West Farnam location. 8 ro ims, new,
excellent construction ami built for a
home. Price, $4,760. A good lot closer in
mlaht be accepted In trade. No poor
stuff.
W. Fafnam Smith & Co.
RE 210
WALLACE'S SUBDIVISION
The newest addition on
the market.
, ONLY SEVEN IJOTB.
But every one a bargain.
, Facing 27th ave., between Grant
and Lake, across street from Moore's
sub., which popular lots are about all
sold, good neighborhood, car.
sewer, water, gas; only
5300
5300
$300
5300
each, $400 for corner two sold.
Uet terms at once.
WALLACE. BROWN BLOCK.
RE 223 U
W. Farnam Smith & Co.
An excellent 8-room modern house, barn,
large yard, fine shade trees, shrubbery,
on Ohio st., near boulevard. If you want
this at $3,260, you will have to secure it
this week.
Look at 234 Caldwell St., 7 rooms, gas and
water, fine, la rue yard, shade, paving all
paid. Must be Bold. Price, $l,iio.
In the West Farnam location. 8 rooms,
new, excellent construction and built for
a home. Price, $4,760. A fcood lot closer
in might be accepted in trade. No poor
stuff.
RE 228 10
70.00
Buys a fine 50-foot lot on 40th Street
South of Farnam, 5750.00.
THE BYRON REED CO.
RE M242 12
FIVE-ROOM cottage and east front lot;
nice fence and lawn; barn and hennery;
Ambler Place, wet of Hanscom Park;
price, $1,000. F. D. Wead, 1624 Douglus
street. ' ' RE M236 13
MUST BE BOLD AT ONCE ON EASY
TERMS, A NEW, MODERN 6-ROOM
HOUSE, EAST FRONT; FULL LOT,
ON GRADE. PHONE D 26SO.
UE-M24J 12
ALL about North Dakota and where to buy
food lands cheap; descriptive folder and
1st sent free; reliable representatives
.wanted. Wnllney A. Whcelock, 13 Broad
way, Fargo, N. t. RE 981
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAllaster, land commissioner. Union
Pucllio headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
RE 651
$2', 400 New nix-room' House at 3715 Leaven
worth; modern except furnace; corner lot;
70 feet front; car lino passes door; $4U0
cash, balance easy payments at t per cent.
- Telephono 2736. . REWO
HOUSES and lots In ll parts of oity; also
aero property and (arm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 508 Bee bldg. RE 639
SALINE county took firn trlse at Ne
braska's fair; bargatna in farms; $35 to
$.0 per acre; section of valley land In
Dawson county very cheap at $7,200. F.
Q, vohnson, lUrriwersHy Plate, Neb.
- ' BR Mtttfl 9h
-J t- .
FOR SALE, twelve-aore .rult farm at
Braldentown, Florida;, water frt nt, young
orange and banana (tjjuys. and good house,
.address Lock'BoX 6tf. Giliner,,!Neb.
"-',- RE 196
CHA8.
E. -
WilliamsoriCo.,yasKK
.- .! RE 649
For sale timber lands.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR YEL
LOW PIN.E in the Soft Yellow Pine
Belt. This timber .rompares favorably
Ii. quality with the White Pine of Wls
coiAin and Michigan. Can all be logged
with, big wheels. No fire risk. Complete
and reliable information. Perfect title.
LANDS WE- CONTROL AND CAN DE
LIVER 26,000 ACRES, average 2.O0O.0C0 to
the quarter section, price $7.60 per A.
10,000 ACRES, average 2,000,000 to the quar-
8,000 ACRES, average 2.0uo,000 to the quarter
1 section, price fti.00 per A.
, 8,000 ACRES, average 2.50t,000 to the quarter
14,'JOO ACRES. Spruce and Hemlock, aver
age 600, 000 to the quarter section, price
$12.00 per A.
CERTIFIED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP
in large and amall amounts at the market
price. Reference furnished. Correspond
ence solicited. - Adress
AMERICAN TIMBER CO.,
E. M. Runyan, Mgr., Marquam Bldg., Port
land, Ore Mm novl5x
y
accordion pceating,
GOLDMAN, 200 .Douglas block.
-653
ACCORDION pleating1. cheapeNt, best,
quickest. Mrs. A. C. Mark. 17th and
Douglaa. . M748
BALE TIES.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 N. lth at.
. ; -687
I.OSTIME.
Theatrical and masq. Lleben, 1018 Far.
t Mi;
CHIROPODISTS.
DR. ROY, rooms 2-3. 1605 Farnam st.
6M
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
ilth and Lake ats. 370
1 ' r
CORNICEMAKERS AND TINNERS.
SAVAGE, 2822 Farnam, furnace work, cor
tices, ridgeroll gutters, skylights. Tel. ZUL
- MH3 Do
'. DANCING ACADEMY.
MR. AND Mrs. Morand's 15th and Harney,
adults Tuesday and Friday, 8 p. m.; as
semblies, Wednesday; children, Saturday,
10 a. m. and 3 p. m. ; all dances tiugnt
rapidly; private lessons our specially,
daily. Call or. telephone lo4L
M8-9 D4
DRESSMAKING.'
KEISTER'S College, 1706 Cuming. Bulla to
order. Night class, Mon. & Thurs. 1 to 9 3a
-U
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy, Su N. 23d7
M449 Ux
STANDARD Garment Cutting College, 2231
Farnam M46i N-8
DETECTIVES.
CAPT. T CORMACK. 817 Karbach block.
Tel. A2S32 v 620
DEBOI'T Detective agency. 708 N. Y.Llf!
Tel. fli,4. 9C..' NIS
EIPERT ACCOUNTANT. '
G. R. BATHBUN, room 16, Cora l Nat l
bank. Private leaaons in bookkeeping,
ete. ' 671
FLORISTS.
HESS A BWOBODA, 1415 Farnam. -671
L. HENDERSON, florist. 1518 Farnam St.
' -673
FIR DRESSING.
J. K. WALLACE. Tsxldcrmisi. 8) l"th.
7ul
Want - Ad. Will Rent It.
FOR RENT FARMS.
A LARGE and well Improved farm In
Stanton crunty for rem; t40 Acres with
$10,000 worth of Improvements.
R. C. PETERS 'i..
Ground Floor Lee Building.
-M"07
UAIlllAliE.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
coasporla and vaults, removes garbage
tind dead animals at reduced prices. 821
N. 1!f h. Tel. 1779. -FM
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO.. Bee bldg. Tel. 2'5.
fit
HORSES WINTERED.
HORSES wintered. 43d and Center. Tel.
, Black IIM. -846 gx
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8T1LLMAN A PRICE, 410 lTTNaTTBk. bfdg"
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., 1st floor N Y.
Life bldg., attorneys and collectors every
where ' ;W
LAWN MOWERS.
8HARPENED. P. Melcholr"lSth A Hownrd!
-567
LOST.
LOST Saturday p. m. on Sherman ave.
car or on Spencer Bt., handbag containing
money; return to Beo olllue. Reward.
Lost 209 lCx
LOST Saturday p. m.. fur collar. Return
to Phermun A McConnell's and get re
ward. Lost M219 21
STOLEN Bay pony, mnre, one white hind
foot, also bugiry and harness; abou- 7 n.
m. Nov. 9. Return T. H. Dewev, 2619
Washington. T.rmt '.'22 1x
LOCKSMITH.
C. R. HEFLIN, 309 N. 16th St. Tel. J974.
v M-5M
8.F.DICAI. '
Piles Cured
WITHOUT PAIN
By W. C. Maxwell, M. D.,
Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medical Col
lege of New York City.
624-8 Bee Building, Omaha, Neb.
Private Reception Room for ladles.
MUSICAL.
THOS. 1. KELLY, voice. Davldge block.
369
LETOVSKY'S ORCHESTRA. Tel. L-2684.
5o
OSTEOPATHY.
Johnson Institute, 616 N. Y. Life Bldg. T. 3664
-661
The Hunt Infirmary, McCague Bldg. T. 2353.
. eta
Atien A Farwell, Paxton Blk., 604-7. T. 1365.
-63
DR. GRACE DEEGAN, 832 N Y. Life. Tel.
68tS. . -K4
DR3. LAIRD A LAIRD, ?03 Karbach Blk.
.- M-107 N2dx
PAWNBROKERS.
EAGLE Loan rfflce. Rollnble, aooornmodat
ing all business confidential. j'M Douglas.
; ' - ' '-. -108,
PATENTS.' "" " ''''
H. J. COWGILL No fee unless successful.
318 S. 16th St.. Omaha. .Tel. 1798. ' 506
PATENT 8 Sues A Co., Omaha, Neb. II-
iUBtrated patent book free. Tel. 1623.
v ' TJ-570 N1:"x
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life.
; -674
NEB. Business A Shorthand College. Bovd's
Theater, J75
SANITORIIM.
OMAHA Florence Sanatorium. 'Phone Red
?284; 1 blk. w. of car line. City 'phone. 11U2,
City bath and massage parlors, 2121 LaM.
6X8 N20
STAMMERING AND STLTTERING.
CURED.
Julia Vaughn. 430 Hamg Bldg.
. -67
STORAGE.
OM. Van Btor. Co 151H4, Farn. Tela. J669-8H2.
. 578
TICKET BROKERS.
CHT..RATR railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbln, 1505 Farnam. 'Phone 74
577
WANTED TO UOKHOW.
WANTED To borrow $rtoo to $1,000 st 7 per
cent on good South Omulia rental prop
erty; security ample. Address T 28. Be.
M-308
POSTOFFICB NOTICE.
(Should be read DAILY by sil Interested,
as changes may occur at uuy time.)
l oieign mails for the wn-k ending Novem
ber 14, 1W3 will close (PROMPTLY in all
cases) nt the General Postoftico as follows-PARCELS-POST
MAILS close one hour
earlier than closing time shown below
Parcels-Poet Mails for .Germany close at
i p. in. Wednesday.
Regular and supplementary malls close
at foreign Station half hour latr. than
closing tune shown below (except that fctic
pleniemaiy Malls for Europe and Central
America, via Colon, close one hour later at
Foreign Station.)
Transatlantic Malls.
WEDNESDAY At 7:30 a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per s. s. Rotterdam 'mall
must be directed 'per a. s. Rotterdam ";
at 8:30 a. m. (supplementary 10 a. m ) for
EUROP1C, per s. s. Maleatlc, via Oueens
town; at 11 a. m. for DENMARK direct,
(er a. a. Helllg Olav imall must be lll
teeted "per a. s. Helllg Olav").
TH U USD A Y A t 7 a. m. for FRANCE, per
S. s. La Gascogne, via Havre (mall for
other parts of Europe muat be directed
per s. s. La Gascogne"); st 7:3o a. m.
(supplementary 9 H. m.) for EUROPE,
per s. s. DeuK-hland. via Plymouth, Cher
bourg and Hamburg; at 0:30 p. m. for
AZORES ISLANDS, per s. s. Peninsular,
from New Bedford, Mass.
SAT I RDA Y At 0 u. m. lor EUROPE, per
s. s. St. Louis, via Southampton (mall
for Ireland and letter mail for Liverpool
must be directed "per s. a. St. Louis");
at ti:3n a. ni. (supplementary 10 a. m. for
EUROPE, per a. a. Campania, via Queens
town; at 8:30 a. m. for BELGIUM direct,
per s. s. Vaderland (mall must be di
rected "per v. s. Vaderland"); at 12 30
p. m. for SCOTLAND dire.t, per s. s.
Columbia (mail must be directed ''pec as
Columbia").
After the closing of ths Supplementary
Transatlantic Mails r.amcd above, addi
tional buuoiemtuiary Mails are opened on
the piers me American. Engllsn,
lren h and German steamers and ren alii
open until within Ten Mlnutea of the hour
of sailing of steamer.
Malls for Booth Bud Ceatral America,
Weat latle. Eta,
THURSDAY At 8:30 a. m. for BARBADOS
and BRAZIL, per a. s. Capri, via Marelo,
Rio Jarv Iro and Santos Onail for North
ern Lratll, Argentine. Uruguay and Pera
guay must be directed "pt-r s. s. t'apii";
at 8 a. m for CI HA. per r. s. Ori.aha
(mall for Mexico, via Progress. Campech
and Vera Crux rnuht be diix t.d "prr s.
firtzaba "); at 12 m. tifupplfinentary 12 a)
p. m. for BAHAMAS, per s. s. Niagara
(mail for Mexico, via TamplcO, muat U
clireited "per s. s. Niagara "I.
FRIDAY At 8:30 p. m. ?or BERMUDA. i
steanxr from Halifax.
SAT L KDA Y At 8 -8o a. in. (supplemsnUry
POSTOFFICE NOTICE.
:.) a. m ) for 1'ORTO RICO. CURACAO
and UAK.l KI.A. per s. s. ( ar iras
(mail for Savnnllla and Cartagena m ut
be diret ted "per s. s. Caracas l; at 9 a m
,l?In.V.(;5NT1N"'''' IRl-'HAY and
HARAOl Ai, per s. a. Cnsllda; at .:;o
a: m. (surplementary 10:: a. m.) for 1XR
TUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA. SAVaNILLA
;ml CARTAGENA, per s a. Altai (mall
for Costu Rli a muat be directed ' wt a a
Altai' ); nt 10 a. m. for CUHA. per s. '
Morro Cnstle, via Havana; at 10 a. tn. for
GRENADA, TRINIDAD and CM DAD
BOLIVAR, per s. s. Mararas; at ln:3n a ni
O'ipplrmentsiry 11:30 a. m ) for INAGUA.
HAITI and fiANTA MARTA per a s
Athos; at 12 so p. m. for CUBA, per s. s
Olinda, via Havana.
Malta For arded Overland, Ete- Ex
cept Traaapaelfle.
CUBA Via Florida, closes st this office
daily, except Thursday, at 5.20 a. in.
(the connecting malis close here on
Wednesdi-jp and Saturdays via Tampa,
and on Mondays via Mt.imn.
MEXICO CITY Ovorland. unless specially
addressed for dispatch by steamer, closes
at this ulHi; d-Jily, except Sunday, at 1:30
p. m. und 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
office dally at 8:3C u in. (connecting malls
close here every Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday.)
JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and there
by steamer, clones at this office at 8:30
p m. every Tuesdav
M1QUELON -By rail to Boston, nhd thence
by steamer, closes at this oflic dally at
6:30 p. m
BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE
MALA By rail to New Orleans, and
thenc by steamer, closes at this office
dally, except Sunday, at l:Sw p. m. und
j 30 p. m.,. sundry, at 11 w. ,nd
111:30 p. m. (connecting mall closes her
Mondays St 1l:3u p. m.)
COSTA BICA-Hy rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, closes at this office
dally, except Sunday, at 1:30- p. m. and
111:30 p. m; Bundaya at il p. nr and
111:30 p n. (connecting nail closes here
Tuesdays at 1130 p. i " UBT
;p.EGISTERED MAIL closes at $ t m
previous day. "'
Transpacific Malls.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Tacoma. close
hers dally at 8:30 p. m. up to November
110, Inclusive, for despatch per a. s. Vic
toria. '
CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close here
Siein unuy ai ow p. m. up to November
11, Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Kaaa
I a l-u
HAWAII JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Franclsco' close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November
13. Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Cores
NEW ZEALAND, A L'STRALIA (except
West)), NEW CALEDONIA, FIJI. SA
MOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco,
close here dally at 8:30 p. m. up to No.
vtmber 1 14, Inclusive, for despatch per s.
s. Sonoma. (If the Cunard steamer car
rying the British mall tor New Zealand
does not arrive In time to connect wl.h
this despatch, extra malls closing at 6 80
a. m., 9:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sundays
at 4:30 u. m., 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. to. will
be made up and forwarded until the ar
rival of the Cunard s'eamer).
HAWAII, JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November
20, Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Gaelic.
HAWAII, via San Francisco, close her
dally at 8:30 p. m. up to November 123, in
clusive, for despatch per s. s. Alameda.
CHINA AND JAPAN, via Vancouver and
Victoria, B. C, close here dally at (1:30 p
m. up to November 24, inclusive, for
despatch per s. s. Empress of China.
(Merchandise for U. ii. postal agency at
Shanghai cannot bc forwarded via Can
ada.) PHILIPPINE JBLANPS. via San Fran
cisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up
to November 28, Inclusive, for despatch
per Ii. 8. trannpuit.
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS
via San Francisco, cloao here daily at
6:30 p. m. up to November 126. Inclusive,
for despatch per s. s. Martppsa.
AUSTRALIA (except W est). FIJI 1SL,
ANDS and NEW CALEDONIA (specially
addressed only), via Vancouver and Vic
toria. B. C, close here dally at 6:30 p. m.
up to December (5, inclusive, for despatch
per s. a. Moana. '
NOTE Unless otherwise addressed. West
Australia is forwarded via Europe: r.nd
New Zealand and Philippine Islands via
San Francisco the quickest routes. Phil
ippines specially addressed "via Canada"
or "via Europe must be fully prepaid at
the foreign rates. Hawaii is forwarded
Via San Francisco exclusively.
Transpacific malls ar forwarded to port
of sailing dally and the schedule of
closing. Is arranged on the presumption
of their uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. pre
:V''jus day. i
- CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Pontofflce,- New York, N. Y., November 6,
1303.
COVERNMENT NOTICES. ,
FORT MEADE, 8. D., November 7. 19j3
Sealed proposals, ln triplicate, will be re
ceived until 2 o'clock p. m. December 7.
1903, for the construction of macudarn roads
and cement walks at Fort Meade, S. D.
Information furnished upon" application.
United Stales reserves right to accept or
rojeet any or all proposals, or any part
thereof. Envelopes containing proposals to
be marked 'Proposals for roads and
walks," addressed C. B. Vogdes, Cnpt.
N7-9-10-11-D1-2M
LEGAL NOTICE.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLD
ERS. The annual mooting of the stockholders
of tiio Chisna Mining, and Improvement
company will bo held at the otlico of the
company, room 610 New York Life building,
Omaha, Neb., on December 6, 1908, at 10
o'clock a. m. GEO. A. MEAD,
Secretary.
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
WEBSTER DEPOT 1STII Ac WEBSTER
Chicago, St. Punl, Mlaueapolls A
Oniaba. ' Leave. Arrive.
Twin City Passenger. ..a 6:30 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux City Pusbeiiger...a 2:00 pin oll:iOam
Oakland Local b 6:45 pm b 8:46 am
Chicago A Northwestern, Nebraska
and Wyoiulag; Division.
Black Hills, Deadwood,
Lead, Hot Springs a .3:00 pm a 5 00 pm
Wyoming, Casper und
Douglas .. .. ... d 8:00 pm 6:00 pm
Hustings. York, David
City, Superior, Geneva,
Exeter und Seward. . .b 1:00 pm b 6:00 pm
MisaoaM Pacific.
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:35 am
I. MON STATION lOTH AND MARCY.
Illlaols Central.
Chicago Express
Leave.
Arrive,
a :10 pm
s 8:06 am
b'0:35 pm
a!0:Ji am
a 7:35 aia
Chicago, Minneapolis &
St. i"aui limited.
a 7.60 pm
Minneapolis A Et. Paul
Express
CMcugo I o-al
Chicago Express..
b 7 36 am
10:3.1 am
Chicago A North ester u.
fhe 'Northwestern Lfne."
Fast Chicago
Mall
l-ocul Sioux City....
Daylight St. Paul..
Dsyl ght ChlCiigij...
Limited Ch.cago...
Local Carroll
Fast Chicago
Fast St. Paul
St. Paul Express...
Fast Mall
IocaI Sioux City...
.a 3:4) uni
a 7:00 urn
R :i0 a-.i
a S;3.) pm
10:0u pm
r.ll :10 pni
a 8:16 am
a 9:30 am
s 8:45 pm
a 7:ti6 am
s 9:80 am
it 2:40 pin
h :3D am
al0:35 am
blo:35 am
....a 8:110 pm
....a 5:10 am
....a 7:6o am
....a 8.0") am
....a 8:15 p:n
....a 4:w) pm
....a 6:60 pm
....a 8:10 pm
,.b 4:00 pm
Norfo'k A Bonesteel.,..H 7:25 am
Lincoln A Long Plnu....b 7:25 am
Local Chicago 11:30 am
Cblcaao Great Western By. Co.
21 St. Paul A Mlnne-
a :oe am
WEST.
Rocky Mountain L't d..a
Lincoln, Colo. Spiii:gs,
Denver, Pueblo and
w est .v. ...... .a i raj pm a 5 :00 pm
Texas. CaUfornia and
Oklahoma Flyer a 1:16 pm al2:0 pm
I a. ...
laloa PaoiAe.
Overland IJmited a 9:40 am a 9:50 pm
The Fast Mall a 8. 2b pm
California Express a 4 ro pm
Pacific Express aU:3o pin
Eastern Express a 6:30 pm
a i ..hi a
61 pi. mui oc aiione-
apolls Limited
.A, 1 1 I 1.... I . . - .
12 Ft. Dodge Expi'L'ta..a 8:26 pm
2o St. Paul A Minne
apolis Limited a 7:55 pm
i 1 1 . . . . . i.-.... ... . . . .
i r . Vtm .. aii:iaam
103 Ft. Dodge Express.. a g;3() pm
Chicago, Rock Island A Paclae.
EAST.
Chicago Daylight Ltd a 8:55 am a 3 60 am
Ciucago Daylignt Locala 7:uo am a 9 .16 pm
Chtunito Express nil: 16 am a 6 36 pm
Des Moines Express. .. .a 4:30 pm bll:5o am
Chicago Fast Lxprer..a 5:80 pm a 1:26 um
7 -an . .v
- vm. m ..4, Kin
l um jiuuiiik: i.iiirm,,. a f ;.lo am
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am a 8 40 am
Chicago Special a $.40 am
Lincoln, Bvairlc A
Stromsbrirg Express. .b 4:M pm bit SI pm
North plan ImcuI a 8 ( am a 6 15 pm
Grand Iitlaud Local b 6UM pm b 9.4- am
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
hleago, Mtlnankee A St. Paal.
Chlonito 1 i llslit u 7 l' am sll-.il pm
( lilt-ago Fi-t i.xpres..a 6:46 pm a 3 4" pin
cIiIcsko Limited a 8:i pm a 7 M n-n
Dcs Molncs Express. .. .a am a:l0f m
M abash.
St. Ixiuis "Cannon Ball'
Exp.ese 8:55 pm O I 30 am
Bt. Louis Local, Coun
cil UlufTs..... a 1:15 am a!0:SO pin
Mlssoarl PaclSr.
St. txiuls Express.. s10:0t am fl 8:?5 pm
K. C. A St. K Expreas..al0:50 pm a 1:15 am
BIRLINGTON STATION tOth A MASON.
Chicago, Rarllaartoa A Qalacy
.
I ... M VP. A
T-'.V
Chlcngl Special n 7:00 am a 8
nirasrn r-peci:ii n i;w um b a
Clili-Hgo Vestlbuled ex. .a 4: pin a 7
Ct-lcaso Local a :1S ura all
Chicago Utnlted a 8:05 pin a 7
Fast Mall t
:4i a
:ot pn
:45 prt
:40 pra
Burlington A Mlssoarl River.
Wvmore. Beatrice and
Linen n ...a 8:60 i
Nehraska Express a 8:60 i
Denver Limited a 4:10 l
ltln.-k ItlMa UTifl PorAt
1 am bIZ
:"8 pm
:4S pm
: am
am a 7
pm a 8
Sound Express all:10 pm a 1:10 pnt
..IIOIHUV t VDllUUIVU
Flyer
Uiiooln Fast Mall b 1:51 l
a $
:io rm
:08 am
:S5 am
:27 am
i pm a 9
pm blO
Fort Crook and PI a tu
rnout h b 1:18 '
Itellevue A Paclflo Jot. .a 7:50
Bellevue A Paclflo Jet.. a 3:50 i
pm a 8
1 am
Kansas City, St. Joseph A Canncll
Blnffs.
Kansas City Day'Ex....a 8:15 am a 8:08 pm
Ft. Louis Flyer a 6:25 pm all am
Kansas City Night Kx..alO:46 pm a $ 30 am
a Pally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday. Dally except Monday.
NOT AFRAID OF HARRISON
Bookmakers from Chicago De Not
Fear Bald Being; Mad by
Mayor,
A party of ' fifteen 'bookies" passed
through on the Overland yesterday,
bound for Oakland, Col., where they s o
attend the races which open November 15.
The entire party was from Chicago.
When asked ln regard to the; action of
Mayor Harrison in attempting to stop the
making of handbooks In that city, tha
mon stated that even if the order of th
mayor is enforced It will not interfero with
legitimate bookmaklng, as It Is not believed
by bookmakers generally that there will
be any decisive action taken orj the part
of the mayor to close the Chicago rao
tracks. It is the handbook making ln
connection with the saloon business that
he desires to stamp out, they declared.
ASSESSORS ON ANXIOUS SEA"
, .a
Some Newly Elected Coanty Officii' to
A .w
' " V
no Law. --.. y J
Another force anxious to uphold th new
revenue law has developed In th litigation.
The factors are the m-errtlemen Just elected
county assessors nil over the state. Should
the revenue law. which creates them, be de
clared unconstitutional, thoy ar deprived
Of authority Incidentally, a salary. There
fore they don't Ilk to e th measure
put asunder. . ' -
Seven or eight ot them. Including th ss
sessor for Lancaster county, hav clubbed
together and employed Judge Tl C. Munger
of Lincoln to look after their Interests.
This is the Information from th ntat
capital received by-Omaha lawyers In
terested' ln the puzzle.
THROWS BRICKS AS WARNING
Colored Man Smashes Windows to la
. dlcnte HI Desperation and
Long-Ins; for Clothes.
Thomas Gravr, colored, threw three
bricks through as many windows in the
home of a colored woman named Sirah
Mackintosh, 417 North Thirteenth street,
Monday night, and Winnie JVfycrs, com
plaining witness, alleged he shattered
twelve panes of glass with said bricks.
Graver claims that Winnie Myers stole his
wearing apparel to give her man and that
he called at the Mackintosh horns peace
fully Inclined, but when admittance was
refused he threw the bricks to Indicate they
were dealing with a desperate man and on
who wanted his clothes.
Graver was fined $8 and costs, which b
failed to pay and went to Jail.
4174 Waist withBai tba, 82 t 40 bust.
Waist with Bertha that May Be Pointed,
ScaJloped or Plain. 4574 Tq be raado with
leng or elbow sleeves, high or low neck.
Broad shoulders that fclvj slcplng lines ar
requisite to correct style, and all bertha
effects are consequently much in. vogue.
This very charming and gracefjul-waist
combines one of the newest vith a f DU
bodice and smple puffed sleeves that can
be made in either elbow or full length.
Th model Is made of white crepe maieore,
with yoke and trimming of heavy cream
lace, 12nd soft full belt of liberty satin;
but all the pretty soft s Iks ar appropr.at.
snd color and trimmings can be va ld
again and again. The pointed bertha a)
smart and new, but the tdg can be mat-'
loped or left plain when preferred." Th el
bow sleeves ar much worn, but deep cuffs,
making them full length, can be Added,
and when desired th neck can be rut out
Just above the bertha, giving a round ef
fect that Is most charming.
The waist consists of a smoothly fitted
lining, which is faced to form ths juke, th
front and backs. .These last are ga.lu-rel
at upper and lower edges and are arranged
over th foundation, ths two closing sep
arately at the center back. The bertha ia
circular and serves to outline ihe yoke, At
the neck Is a regulation stock cellar. The
full sleeves are mounted over fitted lin
ings that ara cut full length and faced
when they ar denlred long. The belt Is
wide, slightly curved and la shirred at the
front edges.
Th quantity of material for th insJIum
size Is 6 yard 21 inches wide. i yards 27
Inches wide or 3H yards 44 Inches wld-,
with 1'4 ysrd of all-over lace, 3 yard
of applique and Vi yard 21 inches wldo tor
belt to m(k as illustrated.
The pattern 4774 is cut in sizes for a 1.'.
34, 36. 23 and 40-lnch bust measure.
For ths accommodation of Th Bcm
readers these patterns, which usually rslail
at from 25 to 60 cants, will b furnished st
a (tomlnal price. 10 cents, which covers all
expense. In order to get a pattern enclose
19 cents, glv dumber a4 uam ef paiuru.
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SEASONABLE FASHIONS
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