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THE OMAHA DAILY MiE: THUfrPDAY, XOVEMBEK 11!. 190.1
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SPECIAL NOTICES
Adveralarnaenta for Ities colnmna
will be takfi til IB m. for tee
evening edition and til 8 p. tn.
for moralait and Sanday rdltlon.
Rates, 1 l-c a word II rat Insertion,
le a word Ihrmllrr. Nothing likra
for leaa thaa !c for the Brat Inser
tion. These advertisements mnaf be
ran eonaeenlit el.
Advertisers, by requesting; a nam
aered check, can have) aaawers nd.
dressed to a nembered letter In care
of The Ilea. Answers ao addressed will
be delivered on presentation of tba
check only.
MISCELLANEOUS.
oval regular
nricA aa IK l uua
cnoice of 4 styles ot ml
moununi, special lor liuliday omy Id tor
PKUUlOK, b!6 bouth 10th bt.
CpppiAl For a limited time we will fit
wl CVxIAL. ja vmb. a guaranteed
VAltX Ot)' oPEClACl.. d iVtt i.W.
Don i miso tins cnance.
R-Mil6
FERFIELD8 Cut-Price Piano Co.,
Bee BldK . Room 7. Tel. 7j1.
Webajy niory A , CJafk,':. Lodwig bcflllor,
JIM U yomVlqcky. number". In .out.' Win-,
do? "I'Hen" com. ah "kV your shoes
OMMODt :Ri;bHA HrVberc6;i. Jw& to. loth.
, - r li ' 'jfr-a.
EXPRESSMAN'S Delivery ctv movuig and
Storage.1 ?l itthV- '(VI. Ilife. K M2J8
MONEY loaned on all valuables. 418 N. J nth.
'-' - KM2
ChtirrruAr OVt (relief; orns removed.
VlllIUlJUy nr. 4toy..rt4, 16u6 Farnum.
H 2i
TRY the Chicago laundry. . If you don't,
we both loae. Good work: prompt auu
tlon. 214 N. 16th., f fl. . R-2jU
TOO BUSY nv 'ig clothes to close. Orn
evenings, .:c..- any time. Suits, i!i) to MO.
Trousers, $8 to 1U. L)iesher, IBlo FarnsTn.
, K 248 u-10
COIjK-M'KAY COMPANY, UNDBRTAK
KH3, lul7 Cupltol ave., tel. 454. H MUuD
Boles, 40c; with rubber heels 7fk. 217 N. 16th.
. R-MAI7 L11
DON'T STRAIN YOUR EYES
with a poor light when you can get the
best for the ast moneys the leader gaso
line lamp lOO-randle power sot t and mel-
iw, eaay on tna eyes, orwy zac a moiiin:
ghted with one match burning In full
fnrco within a) fecoiicln; absolutely sate;
guaranteed, for one year; will repair free
of charge. i
f 1OUlS FL.E8CHER, 1623 Capitol ave.
-. . .... K-MitiS
WASTED MALK HELP. .
ALBERT S. BOLLES.
Editor Bankers Magazine, says:
"The conutilona ot success in buslneaa are
far more intricate than they were ever be
fore, and' a careful study ot them' la nec
essary to lrmurs successful prosecution of
lu The need of a systemntlc education for
business is imperative.!'-
V. BOYLES COLLEGE,
, ifi't. J4F4S-BLLta., OMAHA,
la the leauliig bUHUieas training institute
..-! -Apply f o iCatalogue. '
GOOD messengers wanted;' firat-clas pay.
m.. u. i, w, ui a. idm. x w
WANTED, fo4 U. S.'army, able-bodied, un
rnaiiied men,- berweeh" dges ot 'Jtl and
vUlsens of L'nliea blf.tes. of good cuarac
" ter and temperate hauus, who can apeak;
lead and' wi-tte-tngitsn. FoB-informailon
appiy tovecrviiDfK xiuicer, iiiiii and JUodge
iltfi, Oaiaha,' kiitf Uiand islurtU) iNeb. '
p l.y , -Miey,
VIANTBCr'twoingerit at out'; gooa sal
ary; vuy w vrk, w., F. Auama TCo., lult
Howard at. .J , . B 4:
UOOD, all around tailor. i, .- Peters,
Corning, la. Fare, furnished to right
party, .' B 6S3 ux. .
WANTED Men to learn barber' -trade:
Thoroughly practical "course.- Steady
fractlce, oareful Instructions, years saveq.
an earn nearly all expenses before com
pleting. , , Eatabllahed lKWi. "Invsatlgate
this opportunity. Call or write. Moler
Barber College, 1302, -XtoUgtas St.
B-MS85 13X
THE SMITH PREMIER EMPLOYMENT
DEPARTMENT furnishes stenographers
without charge. Tel. 14 or call at oltlce,
-corner ,i;Ui and Farnam Sts.
v - " B-M1S4-D-T
WANTED Firtt-claaa tubular well man to
operate Ulmook machine; will pay good
wages. Write or teiurat- J. O- lllllery,
, .Aipena, vanaoa, uMJi J-X
WANTED, neat, bright young mah willing
i'J wui j. iu- iarii optical gnnoing, ne
li. i. renioia .o., ltua r arnam uc.
. - ; . - . . ..'. P-M218-
W NEED COMPETENT MRN
to fill poaiUona aa Managers, Accountants.
Advertising Men, H teamen -and Book
keepers. AJad Technical and Execiitiva Man.
.high rade exclusively. y, have oft ices In
Qive'Ciiies. vriie lor pian ana oooklet.
- fiAruuuun (incoi Derated 1
Suit 29, Monadnock Building, Chicago.
WANTED Piano player; one who-reads
munlo;. none other need apply. 116 8. Hth
Street.. ,, B M232 17x
WANTED Night Clerk. Must be a good
' rustler for night trains.. Must be of good
nanus., no cigarette nenua need apply.
Wageri. $25 taonth, board and lodging.
Address, commercial Hotel, Mccook, Neb.
ZVt 12
WANT1CD First elaaa bunhelraaa: tailor
clothing department, The Bvmirtt coin-
; pany- - . . ; - is mjw i4x
WANTKU Quarrymen and laborers near
H(M'lBgneld, MeD. lnqeiee-SU' B. l.tn st.
B M26i 13x
WANTED-Sood." steady, reliable printer
. $10 per week; youn man preferred. Ad
dress Monitor, ujouiutieid, Meo.
. . . ,v . . , . B-M2S6 17x
' .. V :
WANTED 81dvllK.rtnakainto 11 .from
pnoii'grapiui'Hjaiu),'i- p roeuc corn
mlaslon. Ainerican Chewing Uum Co., St
Louis, nu. m MS ibx
I
W ANTED KEMA-E HELP.
lu girla Call Canadian office, 16th Dodge.
rt- -j . - c
WANTJPD-A tood, pjt. ...Mrs. T. J. Rog
i are, j n;ve. uom
LADIES MAKE S3 A DAY.
We want active lady workers everywhere
to take orders for our tine made-to-oider
shirts and corsets. -IW rite todav for full
jiartk tilma Aineriitan Kklrt and Corset
t;a., iia.. r ooawara ave., Detroit,
Mich. - r C-id Hx
WANTEW Ladle to learn hair dressing,
manicuring and .facial massage.
Thoroughly practical course. Free work,
carrful Instructions. Can earn soni
wages from start. - Call Moler Celirge,
i4uj uuu(j i. aioo ux
WAMTKLk-A took. Mrs." ..Foy, Siautoo
la. . , C M Mi 15
WANTED -A competent - girl for general
. C 2oa 11
WANTED, a girl at the Creche; wages $L5
uiiNiiu mm ooaru. iyin anu tiurm-v.
CZtl lix
f s wi r,.' V I., Tm.-v . . - ' ' .
r nit.n r.n giri ror general house-
i wuun. iin. uurt iirett. C M2J7 lSx
WANTED (J srl for general housework
, ail a. . l uaey, su Chicago.
, : - 1 -: C-347-13
WANTKIV-GIrl for general housework!
1U Chit go St. c 2M 13
,WANTI!D-adles to Introduce to the fam-
j'y umj a o e luxury, ootn local and
7..- lrul-w In.- .ulan. . . .. I I , . ..
4 ings IS F. W. Ticblts. room , Midland
hotel,.
C M7 lx
WANTBIV-Glrl for tD-heral housework;
gw4 wagea. 4 WuilUingion Place.
. c-;j u
FOR RENTHOUSES.
THE LITERARY SOCIETY
OF THE
Omaha Commercial College
17TH AND DOUGLAS 8T8.,
meets every Saturday night at 8 o'clock. Ih i
the college Auditorium. All ex-siuuenia
are Invited to lifcora members. Strangers
are always welcome. Fine literary and
inimical irograms. Why not spend your
evenings with us? It will pay you.
TELEPHONE 1289.
PAYNK-ROSTW1CK & CO.. choice houses.
twl-iw3 New York Life Bldg. 'Phone Jul.
D 602
SEVERAL good houses. $10 to tl8. Chris
liner. 22d and Cuming. Phone 204B.
' D-M110
NEW 8-room modern house. Immediate
possession given. J. N. Marsh, 'phons
2181, 446 Hoard ot Trade. u i
FOR RENT, 7 room house.
1827 N. 18th.
D-595 '
vk move olanc-. Mnggard Van Stor
age Co., Tel. UX. Olnce. 1713 Webster Bt.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.. olllce .s - ariiam, or io. jiir-nw
D6W
Av . ner month: possession given Oc
tober 17. Apply to Mel Chi, care Dally
News olllce. man
FOR RENT. 7-room house, city water, gas,
furnace, an mooern, on x-arn .v.,
4-room house, city water. 3124 Mason at.'
7.nnnM HOTE.' slrlctly modern. J20
Maniiereon si. inquire usiunnm', v.
Wth 8t. D-M217 12x
FOR RENT 8even-ronrn cottage, large
yard, In good conuition. w m. rv. x-wnti
rec, 003 brown block. D M114
GOOD 6-room' modern house, furnlahed, IX
per month; 44u Farnam St. - lurrawn o
Morton, 12-13 N. it. Life,-. Tel
42n Patrick avende, $10.
11941 rirctit .lr.nl ttOO
A. P. TL'KEY & BON, 444-44B Hoard of
Trade. u u
HOUSES, lnsuranca. Blngwalt, Barker Blk.
ii-iicpp I- all narts of the city. The
hUUSCO u. F. Davis Co., 60S Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT, ten-room house, modern, ami I
. . ... . T.- . rfl.ln lt -Mrrt IT I
barn, in West Farnam- district. Wm. K,
Pottor, ttec.) mo. i mown
x D 601
When You Write
to Advertisers
h.r If onlv takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that you
aw the aa in me on,
UrWIQEQ ln H TrU of te city. R. I
nUUOLJ c. Peters Co., Bee Bldg. I
D 49
FOR REST FURBISHED ROOMS.
LARGE, LIGHT, AIRY ROOM 8.
$12.50 and up per month.
75c and up a day.
AT THE DELLONE,
lith ut and Cauitol ave. I
fii.am ii.ui.ii- Mlt.r-tHn hvlited: nrlvate and 1
general Uaths; all conveniences; nrai.
class aervica.
Eat where; you please.
ROOM AT THE "D-LLONE.
E Ml NovSOx
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
WW
O. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 611
K 604
FOR RENT, 1 or 2 furnished rooms, single
ur oiiauiie, uuvaiv laiimgr. . -i.,.,
-M44l
'" !
NICELY turniHhed rooms. Inquire Omaha
UrAu... T u ..... I - 1 ..I 1 auW.nWlinn I H 1,1. I
17S '. i i ' aovi
pMOBL'V furnished -room ii privute family;
fiouao new and modern. an Jones su I
. -
DF8iR? r.J.m " Th' FarnE-1M9Mh
KOI Ah IWI-U Luropean, . . u...
i I
virvt V furnlahed rnoma: evervthlra nW
and modern: gentlemen preierrea. low
Webster st. E-M337
CENTRAL, steam heat, all moderd: I ele
gantly furnished rooms, zm is. aa.
... 1 . 4 . E 22P
FRONT room for two; modern. 21S N nth.
.-
THREE nice rooms, light housekeeping.
1112 8. 11th St. -muni
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
FRONT room and board. 626 8. lth at.
r s au
ROOMS with board; modern, Unm heat;
also table board. The ureener, a. wn.
F-M231 Dltf
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
DESIRABLE ROOM. 2224 Farnam.
yj -i 1
FURNITURE PACKING.
Peterson Lundberg. UJ 8. 17th. Tel, L-2368.
eiu
FOR RENT STORES AD OFFICES..
FOR RENT Building suitable for whole
sale purposes at Slu caruain, xjv, iuui
Stories and nrst-ciaas vauieiueu uaaamonv,
kM.i., .,r,. ..i. uf.
. a.i.Trr:. hr.,r rri.- and
particulars Inquire C. C. Rosewater. sec
retary the Bee Building Co., room 100, Bee
building.
I-M567
FOR RENT The building formerly occu-
piea oy in- dv v .. -
four stories and a basement, which was
formerly used by The Bee press .room.
This will be rented Very reasonably. If
Interested apply at otllce of C. C. Rose-
water, secretary, room iw, oe uuoiuiug.
I 2til
FOR RENT, three upper stones in four-
it ".eferred Addreai C C "Rose-
?rr" kL'USJm iw ? bld.
i inpoa
... w
tOR RiiNT. .atoteroom and. basement . In
I.good iJcatloq.. particularly adupted fqr.,a
.puiuuiel buuw.1H'uiii uu,aui iwimi w
.' manufacturer with .similar requirements;
;...U.J. r..rn,'wh.H If r.nlr.t Hi KVtpr.
f iW;." --. jw-T:
building. "4
8-8TORY and basement. 22x100: 1006 Farnam
SlUri Rim UHlCUllll, AlW, . m
it. Inquire 814 First Nat 1 Bank Bid
-111
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWKNTIK'i'H CENTURY FAMER.
Ai.dv etnolovment with assured good In
come. Agenie In the country with horse
an, I huaav especially desired. Canvassers
:Ues Cntu'rFaVmVr BoTcitor.' BureTu,
Be. building, Omaha. J-2U
muke easily $00 to $100 per month. Ad-
WANTED TO BUY.
DON'T give your furniture and carpets
away. J. evine pays tin ingi i oau
price Tele lion
rie i.i.
N M218
'FOR BALE FIRKITURE.
FULL line of hard coal stoves now on sal.
Chicago Furniture Co., iu -.uogei
OAK sideboard for sale, 2209 Spencer St.
O t&i
FOR SALE Contents of eight-room house,
Btuvci. c-rDrts. furniture, piano, dishes.
etc., etc.; will sell very cheap. Addiess
U 21. Uee. O a 11
FOR SALE-HORSES, WAGONS. ETC.
MONROE sella pleasure vehicle at 811 N
FOR SALE 2 medium slsxd black mint.
Uo-i work team or breeders. Apply lulT
N. lOlh DU AC .1. IIUIIUK) cu. fAili
WE PAY $32 a wfek and expenses to men ,0..aU ana ha convinced that ou rates are
with rigs to Introduce poultry compound; the cheapest In Omaha.
veara' contract Imperial Mfg. Co., D64 w want yur business and be'leve in In.
l!,r.nn. Kn imperial aiig. v.u., wn. ve.stlgation of our methods will get lt
1 hi sons, ivan. - .yen )f ( ,he prnt yw, ar dealn-
" " elsewhere. KIND. COURTEOUS TREAT-
BEE WANT
BECAUSE THEY
FOR SAUK HORSl'., W AGONS, KTC. BISIESS C HtMEI.
NEW and M hand vehicles for sale; re- FOR BALE l6.non slock of dry goods, no-
pairs. H. Frost, 14th and Leavenworth. Hons, shoes and groceries, located In one
P yjO of the best towns In western Iowa; store
. . . .n fa in center of main bu;nA.s block, sise 3f.K
., ,,.,,,. , 10; biick; rent reasonable. A good oppor-
OR SALE MISCKLLAMiOlS. tunltr fcr parties looking for a well es-
.... 1 " t.ibllshed biiHiness; stock new and In flrst-
1NDIAN goods and relics. Ui Farnam. cla88 continion. Address U 38, Hee.
Vt-'' Y-MJ71 13
IRON A wire fences, tree guards, trellises. Ex'CHANOES Of all kinds: to buy or sell
Western Anchor Fence Co., ioS N. lith sU a business of exchange merchandise for
W 6l land or city property, call or write Sholes-
; ; Armstrong Co., 721-2 N. Y. Life. Tel. 49.
CATALOGUE cut drug price free. Sher- , " , Y M793
man & McCbnnell Drug Co., Omaha. .
y 620 for sale, In fertile northwestern agrl-
; cultural county, abstract set and lncl-
FOH SALE, several scholarships In a first- denteal business paying 4.X yearly;
class standard school In Omaha, compris- price ii 000. Address U IS Bee. Y M8G8 12
lug coir.piete course In . business,, snort- - ! . .
' hand and typewriting. Inquire at Bee ELEGANTLY equipped bsarber shop on
utiles. . y 80S ground floor; one of the finest on the
. : Pnelflc coast; location most desirable;
FOR BALE, coal business. Capital required. palatial baths; everything up to date.
$2,000.(10. Address J a. Bee. y 621 This proposition clears big money and
. w), AT ost seal chlng Investigation.
2DHAND safa cheap. Derlgbt, lilt Farnam. por full particulars address P. o. Box
W-6" 65, OaklanS, Cal. T-MS67 16x
BILLIARD and pool tables, bought, sold, FOR 8ALE $5,000 stock of hardware and
exchanged and repaired. Bar ltxtures Implements, located in one of the beft
and saloon supplies. The Western Bar towns in western Iowa; store In center of
Fixture and Kutel uAfV Mi. joV 1J . -,,-atri . business .-block, le 25x70, size of
Harney St., Omaha, Neb. , UrMMl. 'implement room 36x60. With basement on
m'cHip faihirajr!; . CSartlKS
ators. : baseboard,-casihg, unifier blocks, f- well '-estllihed-buslriess; stork; new
pllntji.' nial-ble tile,' ' wlmfow ' ScVeei'iS, jn a first-lass condlUon. Address U
-iilnrtjirtgi 'hydrauiief elevator U,- W. 11 1 Be A .. ' '.;-Y-M72
. i'Mruiuse. Barker Hotel, Orpaha. . . - , . 1
'; . y-855-r;lU .' ' ' 7
i.-, " - a ' FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. '
CliAPEST OAK SLAT CORN CRIB- ' ; i
,B1AG Long tlr timbers. -01 Douglas. ,
.' . 1 : . 1 1 . . fj'it . . FI'LL east front Hanscoitr Place lot; new
COUPE for pair or singe horse," 'excailimT . tVphalt favement, slagollthlc walk, sewer.
.condltlon;, must sell. Address U 22. Bee rAU these specials paid for; $1,600, for
.'"c'' . . ' : Q-MU. qulck Bal.; Harrison Morton, 812 N. T.
FOR Att:; Jtnnbf concert grand piano; Life. Tel. ili. ;- RB 900
condition yood. Address Lock Box 66, ' : 11
Glltner, Neb.'. - :' . Q 196 . - p ' 4 Q
TWO fine .depot wagons, rockaways, 1 .. I IllCrV l .OTl
coupe, 3 traps, 1 wagonette, 2 drays. X Vil-V- - ' v- 4
Drummond Carriage Co.,- 18th and Mar-
r -a. m Clifton Hill House
CLAIRVOYANTS,
GYI.MER, palmist
715 N. 23d; 'phone B
8o MRS. CARRIE SMITH, . SOVEREIGN
t 1T1V l.,:.'L- ... ..1.. I. .
LADY ul.'EEN of clairvoyants: every
thing told, past, present and future. Hat
is I arTi(irnopny.Hn7N.1Kth.Sf.2l
ELECTRICAL TREATMENT.
MME. SMITH, baths, US N. 15, 2d floor, r. 2.
T IK)1 JJliX -
PERSONAL.
WE KENT sewing machines at 75c par
wiek, $2 per month; we repair and sell
parts lor every machine manufactured;
i-econd-hand machines from $1 to $10. Neb.
M0. IN el
U-630
Cycle Co., luili and. Harney. I
"VIAVI" way to health. 346 Bee building.
Omaha. U 52a
PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladles before and
during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Uer.sch,
MUs California st. Terms reasonable.
U-625
' '
tai? aib nmpuai auring conunemeni;
babies adopted. Mrs. Gardela, 2234 Lake.
Tel. Red-lnM. U a
THE OMAHA Plating Co. will aoon move
- to larger quarters at 1A0 Harney st.
UM440
PRIVATE home during -confinement; halves
nuopiea. ine ijoon eamai'itan sanitarium,
728 lat avar. Council Bluffs, la. V 62
PRlVATlThospltal before and during con
finement. Mrs. L. Fisher. 1501 lnton.
Tel. 1883. .- U 529 '
r invert mi T.- vrrr - m ,1 7v .-V. TT
P"i7l.r .V" VW'
U-C31
"
pn. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
, and irrsgnliirtties bl WQmen.'Jfom any
cause;... ttlTeiicea and.' rlibla,.'.,'l3
d'"rff.T".Arilfo T.i.- s. vVT.i,: ;;
i. - - - ,
V 0-
t06TUMs . for'rent 33tf a. 20th." Sack.
U MfioSt Dec ,1
A X,CE henItny. banv bov BnV tlrl tnr
.1HnHin 9ID a 11. w . . . 1 . 1 '
ri"'"" . p. 111 pi., . vino-ntt, nvu,
' U M192 12x
WHAT'S nicer than accordion pleating?
.We do nothing but the finest, . Goldman
Pleating Co., 200 Douglas block., ,
. . . . . .U-M3M
a M w
MONEY TO LOA- REAL ESTATE.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. II.
Thomas, First Nat l Bank bldg. Tel. 1648.
" W-6
PRIVATE money, Sherwood. 937 N. Y. Life,
1 . ' XXT tili
4 TO 5 P. C. money.. Bemls, Faxton block.
. ... v tmj
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1520. Douglas.
w 3
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
rarnam Hmlin & Co., 1320 Farnam st.
W-533
-. . . 1 1 i 1 '
WANTED-Real estate loans and warrants.
i. .. x-et.ers o.. Bee Dldg. w 636
Wm Pr cent loans. Garvin Bros., 1B04
farnam. - . W 63
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURE, PIANOS, LIVE STOCK.
SALARIES, ETC.
Low rates and easy terms.
Business eontldentlal.
Try us it you want toVave money.
t-u.-NiA. ckedit cor.
3 Paxton block. lfith and Farnam sts
X540
MONEY loanded o:i pianos, furniture, Jew-
A. 643
EASY.iorAV
Best elolHln our methods.
Wo loan Oil furniture. lilMntli WHrhnn
receipts, etc. Or if you have a perm-neat
--" L71 fAif t.
'thout -"ty. except your: own ,gre.
."Pay. Our .eric1li quhuc.-and
coutldentlal and we alwAvV'tW toha .
All that we ask ls 4but JoiiAlve us a Call
iivjiw.you Bwriaw eisew.iu-rek . "'-'t;
V UHAIlAHtOHTUAtii;: Lf)AN.yVy
-11SI' Hoard 'KUade Bldg.5vi'el. Vtsb,
- tE-tabliehed-l92). '30b B ltith t.
., ; : x. Aii4S
I LARGEST - Er!8fNES8. ; IN ' LOANS TO
8i iHirii. UbiiPi r. ..!
stera. oardlag houses, etc..' without se
curltyt easiest -.terms; .40 offices wi. prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. , . , . -. X-41 ,
: MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; ouaineas conndeDtialiioweat rates.
514 paxton -look. The J. Ar Huttoo, Co.
-' X.-5U
CHATTEL salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
oan . io., ll s, iJaraer loca
X-444
MONET TO LOAN ON
FURNITURE ANOST LIVE STOCK.
IT COsViYOl? NOTHING .
MEN'T to all. Our offices are the best
equipped to handle your business with
privacy of any In the city. Come In and
see ui, whether you borrow or not. '
Open Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays
unui g p. in.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO..
Rooms 307-S-8 Pa Hon block. Rooms 807-30$.
X-811
BUSINESS CHANCES.
I FOR BALE $7,500 stock of clothing, located
I In one of the best towns In Western Iowa;
store room in center or tns in la busi
ness ' blot k, slse :&x70; brick; rent rea
sonable. A good opportunity for party
looKing ror a wen eai.Diisned Duslness;
stiH k new and in hral-viass co d Hon,
Aaaresa u s, ee. x M.70 u
WHEN you want to buy. Mil or exchange
any property or cusino i quick, sea i. lL
Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life.
Y-647 .
FOR 8ALE. to active man. Interest In e
tat.llahed business: peraunal services and
$5.0iU required. Kxcellent opportunity fur
rigui party. Aaarssa a i, Mi I I
ADS PAY BEST
REACH TWICE AS MANY READERS.
We offer 4208 Grant street for $1,300. This
Is a neat Blx-rooni cottago with olty water
and gas. Newly painted. Bouth front and
east slope. In good nelghgorhood. It Is
vacant now and ready to move Into at
once.
A. P. TUKEY BON, 444-443 BOARD OF
TRADE. HE-252 13
FREE homes; send 2-cent stamp for mnp
of Rosebud reservation,, giving full Infor
mation. D. W. Forbes, Boneateel, S, D.
RE M177
A SNAP. ,
Good 4 room house and lot, city
water. For quick sale. Cash $275.
O. C. Olsen, 1704 Farnam St
RB 224 12
TRACKAGE AND BRICK WAREHOUSE.
Good sized, well built brick warehouse with
128 feet trackage on Mo. Pacific at 47th
and Dodge,' admirably adapted for small
coal or building material business; for
quick, sale, $L200; Improvements worth
more money. Harrison & Morton, 912-913
N. Y. Life. . Mi- xtE-8W
FOR SALE OR TRADJ! ."OR SMALLER
PROPERTY 9-room modern housti and
splendid burn, lot 42,xl04. Apply owner
. 2514 N. 2Gth at. . UE-M724 14
, .. ,W. Farnarri Srnjtji &i Cp.
An "excellent '9-iroom mddevu Jiouse, barn;
4a rife' yard, tine shade Kree, shrubberyi
Ohio at..: near boulevtirdi If Aim- W.uit
"this" at 3,i50; you' will t6 secure ft
this Week. ' -J ' .. .
lxok at 26i4 CaldWeJl tH.,lit.m, gas and
water, line, large yard", Wiud,' paving all
Puld. Mnt be sold. IVloe. $1,760.
In the West Farnam location, t rooms, newi
excellent construction and nuiit ror a
home. Price, $4,760. A ijood lot closer in
might be accepted 111 trade. No poor
stuff. ' !.
W.; Farriam' Smith & Co. ,
' . ' .V RE 210 '.
WALLACE'S SUBDIVISION
The newest addition on
the market, -.
ONLY SEVEN 1iTS.
But every one a bargain.
' Facing 27th ave., between Grant
ad Lake, across street. from Moore's
. sub., which popular lots are about, all .
sold, good neighborhood, car,
i sewer, water, gaa; only .
3Q0 . $300 $300 . $300
each, $400 for corner--two sold.
Get terms at once.
WALLACE. BKOWN BLOCK.
- . RK-22J 11
750. 00 .
Buys a fine 50-foot lot on 40th Street
isouth of Farnam, $750.00.
. .THE fcYRON REED CO.
. ' . RE-M242 12
FIVE-ROOM cottage and east front lot;
nice fencd and lawn; burn and hennery;
Ambler Place, west of tfanscom Purk;
price, $i,0oo. ,F. Dr Weud, 1624 Douglas
street. , RK M236 13
MU8t BE SOLD AT ONCE ON EASY
TERMS, A NEW. MODERN 5-ROO.M
HOUkUi.. EAST FRONT; FULL LOT,
oS GRADE. PHONE U 2M.
. , r- R-M24512
ALL about North Dakota and where to buy
good laud cheap; descriptive tulder and
list Sent free; reliable representatives
wanted. Whitney Wheelock, 13 Broad
way, Fargo, N. V. .. , - RE-981
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAUaaler, land commissioner, Union
. Paul no headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
RE Oil -
.400--New six-room house at 3715 Leaven-
.. wfAh :- utndesu.exceuL tumaoe: corner lot:
7 feet, front; cat-, line, pankes: door;..$4o0
MA-tr, bsiance easy pa muuts at a per ceot.
HOJU8ES and lo4s In all parts' of city; also
'.acre property ana rarm anus; ' T ln U. f'.
Davis Co., Room tut Bee Udg. - RE &a
' r
SALINE county . took , Out prize at Ni
prustia s lair; purgains in. larms; A) to
$(0 per acre; 'rj section or, valley land in
ifawson county very cneap hi b.zuu. f.
,1 i .... i -,. . . . .. c, t , , v- u "
RE M888 20
FOR SALU, twelve-acre c fruit farm at
liraldentown, Florida; water front, young
orange ana Danana grove, ana gooa tiouse,
Address Lock Box 66, Glltner, Neh.
KB-196 '
CHA8. Uilliamcnn Pn U- 8.- Nat'l
. niiiiwf ' i -ar.K ii 4.
: J IE 549 .
When You Write
to Advertisers
remember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that you
saw the ad In The Bee. .
SUNDAY estu
A SNAP FOR SOMEBODY.
A good nine-room house, ail modern, and a
convenient barn, oil corner lot In Went
Farnam district, for less than coat to
build the buildings; $1,6U0 cash required,
balance time. J. B. Piper, 611 Bee bldg.
RE M200 13
12,860.
We offer for the first time a aix-room,
story end a half cottage, near 16th and
Corby; this house has slate root-and Is In
excellent condition; hot and cold water,
bath, gas and sewer; new brick barn, box
stall; room for two buggies; paved street;
permanent wa'ks; this Is a splendid home
and purchaser need not expend $10 for ro
paire; let us show It to you. N. P. Dodge
Co. . RB M268 13
t BUILDING LOTS.
On 24th at., cIom to Leavenworth street
school; Just the place to move one of
thuae cheap houses from the Great West
ern right-of-way. Haallng Hayde-n,
tUO-tli, N. Y. Ufa RE-M243 13
FOR 9AI.K REAL, ESTATE.
t ACRK8
Close to Florence on Calhoun road: good
hojse, barn, chicken house, etc.; 2 acres
in fruit; this Is a snap and must be sold.
Hastings Heyden, bio-oll N. y. Lite.
RE-M2M 13
FOR SALETIMBER LASDS.
WE ARB HEADQUARTERS FOR YEL
LOW PINK In the Soft Yellow Pine
Belt. This timber compares favorably
In quality with the While Pine of Wis
consin and Michigan. Can all be logged
with big wheels. No Are risk. Complete
nrt ollt.hla I., u irxn .faffA... fltla
LANDS WE CONTROL - AND CAN DE-
t.ivi'.R-'? ACKi. tt n vi irn i (V dri tr I
tho ouaiter section, n'rlce 17.W t.er A.
10 (mi ACRES, avern.e 2 000.00(1 to the ouar- I
ter section, price lu.OO per A. .
9,0lo ACKi;8. average 2,000,0Uf to the quarter
section, price $ii.uo per A.
8,000 ACRES, average 2,500,000 to the quarter
section, price $K00 per A.
14.000 ACRES. BDruce and Hemlock. 'aver-'
sue 2.500.000 to the Quarter section, price
$U..X per A.
I'wnir iKU r iKB'i KSKKvis. B'.Kir
in large and small annum is at tne market 1 :
price. Reference furnished. Correspond- I .
nCe solicited. Adtetiii '. - - ... ....rl'
. AMERKAN TIMBER CO- , I
E. M: unya, .AIr,, AURiimrn BUla,, Port-I
land Orp., , .VM.IuS Kiyln- 1
n- '- -r-T - t L-r '-t-"
Atroflrmj?!' pleativg
; , , ', i w. y ' -U-c m : i ;..
ACCORIUON .pleiiting. fheniifes.'; , best,
qufeke-tt.'- Mr. A. . C.; MarT .i'th i. -and
Douglas.,
M74S
BALIS TIES.
OMAHA lay Tie. Co., Stl N. Xgxh st.
: . " ' i 1 Wf--
- . . i i , , . -.-..- I
-COSTCMES.-
Thearrleal and masq. Lleben, '
.1018 Far.
KSti
CHIROPODISTS.
DR. .RQY, room 2-3, 1505 Farnam st.
-fC
CARPENTERS AKD JOI.NKRS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. t. i. ucni.iree.
th and Lake sts. 3.0
CORSIt KMAKKHS AM) TINNERS.
8AVAGB, 2S22 Karnam, furnace work, cor
nices, rtdgeroil gutters, BKyiignts. tei. i
MX!" 1
DETECTIVES.
CAPT. T. CORMACK, 517 Karbach block.
.Tel. A283Z. ' 520
PF.BOUT Detective agency, 708 N. Y. Life.
. Tel. 3S4I. ' 9vJ MS
DANCING ACADEMY.
MR. AND Mrs. Morand's 15th and Harney,
adults-Tuesday iind Friday, 8 p. m.;-as
semblies. Wednesday: children. Saturday.
10 a. m. and 2 p. m.; all dances taught
; rapidly; private lessons our specialty,
dully, call or teiepuone iu.
M829' D4
DRESSMAKING.
fcEISTUR'8 College, 1705 Cuming. Suits to
order. Night cluss, Mon. niurs. i to v:su.
, OW
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy, J09 N. 23d.
M449 10X
STANDARD Garment Cutting College, 2231
' Fsrnaur -M45o N2g
LXPERT ACCOUNTANT.'
Q. R. KAf H.BUN.- room 15 Comnl"NatU
bank. Private lessons In bo'okkeufplrig,
FLORISTS.
HESS & SWOBGDA, 1415 Parnam. 5i2
L. HENDERSON, florist, 1518 Farnam St.
0 (
FOR RENT FARMS. . ....
A I.ARUR and well ImDroved farm ll
Stanton county for rent; 640 acres wlia
$10,000 worth or improvements...
R. C PETERS CO..
Ground Floor Bee. Building.
. -MT07
TUR DRESSING.
J. E. WALLACE.' Taxidermist, 603 8. irsth.
Y - 701 .
GARBAGE.
ATki
and dead animals at reduced prices. 621
N. lfith. Tel. 17751. kvi
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO.. Bee bldg. Tel. 2TS3.
r Ot4
HORSES WINTERED,
HORSES wintered. 43d and Center., Tel
Black-1123. M X
LAW .AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN PRICE, 410 1st Nat. Bk. bids.
QUO i
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. Y.
Life bldg., attorneys and collectors every.
wnere. sw'
LAWN MOWERS.
SHARPENED. P. Melcholr, 13th & Howard
667
LOCKSMITH.
C. R. HEFLIN, 309 N. 16tb, st. Tel. 2974.
m awi
LOST.
LOST Cut steel purse Monday on- 14th be
tirti t4
tween
Farjiara.and Harney? fetish te
f'uruiture Co. and rceKj Tj.w'ii.rdJ.
Buker F
rF.WICAL.
U
LADIES! ChIchester'sKnltar Pennyroyal
rliia are ine uni. i, iciia.m inno i . m
other. Bend 4c, stamps, for particular.
"Relief for Ladies.'.' In ' letter by return
mail. Ask your, druggist. Chichester
C hemical Co., PhtludeioUIa, Pa .-
MUSICAL.
TH03. J. KELLY, vorae. Davldge blo-k.
LETOVSKY'8 ORCHESTRA. "11. J--2684. .
OSTEOPATHY.
Johnson InsUtute, 615 N. Y. Life pidg. T. 1064
. - -661 (
The Hunt Infirmary, McCague Bldg.
T. 2.151
-562
Atien & Farwell, Paxton Blk., 604-7. T. 1305.
603
DR GRACE DEEGAN, 2 N. Y. Life. Tel.
2080. . K4
DRS. LAIRD LAIRD, 203 Karbach Blk
M-l"7 NJtix
PAWNBROKERS.
EAGLE Loan office. Reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 13ul Douglas
6j6
PATENTS.
II J. COWGILL No fee unless successful
318 8. 15th Bt.. Oinalat. Tel. 17 605
PATENTS-ues Co., Omaha, Neb. Il
lustrated patent book free. Tel. Iti23.
M 670 NISx
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn. 4-0 Kamga Bldg
SHORTHAND AND TYPF.WR1TINO.
A. C. VAN 8ANTS School. 717 N. T. I.lfo.
674
KVR F.uslnes A Shorthand College, Boyd's
Theater r. k
SANITORIt M.
OMAHA Florence Sanatorium. Thone Red
:2,4: 1 Mk. w. of car line. City 'phone, 1TJ2.
City bath and massacre parlors, :'l Lake.
STORAGE.
OM. Van Stor. Co., 1611H Farn. Tels. 15uA-2.
67)
TICKET BROKERS.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
f. H. Phllbln, la Ftrnam. 'Phone 7M.
-r.77
WASTED TO BORROW.
WANTED To borrow $!KX) to $1,000 at 7 per
cent on gooa oouin vmana rental proe-
"tyi security ample. Address T 26. Bee.
M 361
When You Write
to Advertisers
remember it only take's an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that you
saw mi aa in Tne ee.
FOSTOFFICE KOTICE.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as-changes Jila,y qcour at any time.) .
"Foreign mails for the WCcV. emiln'g .Nov em-
1WX will
casesl nt the tlnner'til Pnsto'tnoA fnilum:
PARCELS-POST MAILS close one hour
earlier than closing time shown below.
j p. ni. Wedneiday.
i Regular and suoplemantary rrtalls closs
at Foreign Station half hour later than
closing lime shown tielow (except that Sup-
rremeiVwy Aiailtf for Kurope nnd Centriil
A-tn erica, via Colon, cloe tuie hour later st
.,,'.-., '-. 1 .. a
Transatlantic Malta.
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE, per
s. s. La Wnscogne, via Havre (mall for
Other parts of Europe must be directed
"per s. s. La Gascogne"); at 7:30 a. m.
(supplementary 9 a. m.) for KUltoPE,
rier a. s. Deutchland, via Plymouth, Cher
murg nnd Hamburg; at 6:30 p. m. for
AZORES ISLANDS, per B. s. Peninsular,
from New Bedford. Mass.
SATURDAY At 6 a. m. for EUROPE, per
s. 8. St. Louis, via Southampton Imall
lor Ireland and letter mall for IJverpool
must be directed "per s. s. St. Louis");
at 8:30 n. m. (supplementary 10 a. in.) for
EUROPE, per s. s. Campania, via Queens
town; at 8:30 ii. m. for BELGIUM direct,
per s. s. Vaderland .(mail must bo di
rected "per s. s. Vaderland"); at 12:30
p.- m. for SCOTLAND 11rect, per s. s.
Columbia (mall mult be directed "per s.s.
C'Qlumbla");
After the closing of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Main named a Dove, addi
tional Bunnlemeniary Mails are opened on
the piers oC the American, English,
French and German steamers and remain
open until within Ten Minutes of tho hour
of sailing of Steamer.
Mails for South and Central America,
West Indtea. Ete.
THURSDAY At :30 a. m. for BARBADOS
and liKAl, per s. a. capn, via maceio,
Rio Janeiro and Santos (mall for North
ern Brazil, 'Argentine, cruguay ana Para
guay must be directed "per s. s. Capri";
at 8 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Orizaba
(mail for Mexico, via Progreso, Campeche
and Vera Crux must be directed "per a. s.
Orizaba"); at 12 m. (supplementary 12:30
p. m. for BAHAMAS, per a. e. Niagara
mall for Mexico, via Tamplco. must be
Hirrtf.,l "ner a. a. Nlae-ara").
FRIDAY At 6:30 p. m. for BERMUDA, per
Steamer from Halifax.
SATURDAY At 8:30 a. m. (supplementary
P.S0 a. m.) for PORTO mcu, cukacau
and VENEZUELA, per S. Caracas
(mail for Savanllla and Cartagena must
be direetea ."per s. s. Caracas"); at 9 a.m.
for ARGENTINE. URUGUAY and
PARAGUAY, per a. s. Casllda: nt 9:30
a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FOR
TUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA. SA VANILLA
. t-.ud CARTAGENA, per s. s. Alhil (mall
" rTcCoata Rica must be directed "per s. m.
Altul ")'. at 10 a. m. for CUBA,' per s. .
Motro castle, via tinvana.; at w a. m. ior
CREN-AfA,T.TKINIHAi and CI I 'DAD
BOLIVAR, per s. s. Maracas; at 1:30 a.m.
t:,upple(Ketitrv 11:30 a. m.) for INAGUA,
HAITI and SANTA MARTA. fr a. s.
Athos; at I2'30 p. nu Tor CUBA, per a. m.
oiindu, via Havana.
Molls Forwarded Overland,. Etc., Ex
, eept Trnaapaelflc.
CUBA Via Florida, closes at this otrlee
dally, except lliuiaoay, at to.ou a. ni.
(I he connecting maim elose here oil
Wednestlvs and Suturdays via Tampa,
nrni nn Mondavs via Miami).
MEXICO CIT Y Overlund. unless specially
addressed ror-aiupatcn vy steamer, closes
at this orTi.-A dully, eicfut Sunday, at l::tO
p. m. and 11:30 p. m. Sundays at 1 p. tn.
and 11:30 t. m.
NrrWFOUNDLAND By rail to North Sid
ney, and thence ny steamer, closes at mis
omce dally at 6:iK- U m. (connecting malls
close here every Monday, Wednesduy and
Saturday.)
JAMAICA By tall to Boston, and thence
by steamer, closes at tins omce at :)
rfQfffc-Sf ?S't Boston, and thence
by steamer, closes at tills omce dally at
BELli-EmprERTO CORTEZ and GUATE
MALA By rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, closes at this office
dallv, except Sunday, at :7-y p. m. and
111:30 p. m.j .Sundays at 1 p. m. and
(11:30 p. rn. (connecting mall closes here
Mondays at 111:30 p. m.)
COSTA RICA By rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, closes at this olllce
daily, except Sunday, at H 30 p. m. and
111:20 p. m; Sundays at 1 p. m. and
411:30 p tn. (connecting mall closes here
Tuesdays at 111:30 p. n,.t ,
'REGISTERED MAIL closes at S p. m.
previous day.
Transpacific Malla.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Tacoma, cloae
here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to November
510. Inclusive, for despatch per a. s. Vlc-
CH1NA and JAPAN, via Beattle, close here
here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to November
111, Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Kaga
HAWAII. JAPAN. CHINA and PHILIP.
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close
hero dallv at 6:30 p. m. up to November
113 Inclusive, for despatch per . a. Corea.
NEW ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA (except
West)), Nw LAi.tuuniA, ri-u, .SA
MOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco,
close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to No
vember 14; Inclusive, for despatch per s.
Sonoma, (ii me unara sieamer car
rying the British mall for New Zealand
4r,s not .arrive In time to ronnect wi.h
,vlu
.42,
,iul8 despatch, extra mails closing at 5:34
-i
nm nt "a'li ia "'V
yli"""' awa
; for
The large double store in Bee-Huilding, formerly
occupied by MacCarthy Tailoring Co. 46 feVt plate
glass front, the only one of its kind in Omaha. Present
monthly rental, $ 175. Will rent to single tenant for
f 133 per month. Or will remodel into two stores and
rent each store or $75. '.'.
Excellent location for men's furnishing store, shoe
ttore, jeweler, milliner, etc. Every tenant of the im
mense Bee Building, City Nail, Court House and New
York Life Building a possible patron.
For further particulars, see
MacCarthy Tailoring Co.,
304306 South 16th Street.
roSTOFFICB SOTK K,
a. tn , 30 a. m. and ( 30 p. m.; Sund.iy.i
at 4:30 a. m., 9 a. ni and 6.3u p. m. will
be made up and forwarded until the ar
rival of the Cunard steamer).
HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via Han Francisco, close
here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to November
20, Inclusive, for despatch per s. a. Gaelic.
HAWAII, via San Francisco, close here
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November 23. In
clusive, for despatch per a. a. Aiameda.
CHINA AND JAPAN, via Vancouver and
Victoria, It. C, cl.ise here dally at ;30 p.
m. up to NovemtKjr 124, Inclusive, for
despatch irr s. s Empress of China.
(Merchandise for V. postal agency at
Plinnglia! cannot b torwarded via Can
ada I
rillLIPriNE 1SIVNI8, via Pan Fran
cisco, close here dally at 6 p. m. up
to November !-V., Inclusive, for despatch
per 1'. 8. transport.
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS
via San Francisco, clone here dally at
6:30 p. m. up to November 2t, Inclusive,
for despatch per s. s. Marlppsa.
AUSTRALIA (. xcept West.. Fl.
I9L-
AND8 and NEW CALEDONIA (specially
addressed only), via Vancouver and Vic
toria, B. C, close here dally at 6:30 p. m.
up to Ieoetnber J5, Inclusive, for despatca
per s. a. Moana.
NOTE Unless otherwise addressed. West
Australia is forwarded via l'urone; and
New Zealand and Philippine Islands via
Snn Francisco the quickest routes. Phil
ippines specially addressed "via Canada"
or "via Europe" must oe fully prepaid at
the foreign rates. Hawaii Is forwarded
via San Francisco exclusively.
Trnnspacltlc malls are forwarded to port
o' sailing dally and the schedule of
closing is arranged on the presumption
of their uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mail closes at p. m. pre
v'iiis risy.
CORNELIUS VAN.OOTT, Postmaster.,
Postofflce, New Tork. N. T.,'-'November $,
onl t: v
GOVERNMENT' NOTtceS. . I
. r ' ' -( :. i
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFK:r,.
--Omaha,- Neb.,' Novmler 5, SOW'. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be received hero
until ni n. m.. central time. Novemter 20,
J903. for lrnlshlng Anthraclta, Bltnwilnous
uiui orniining i oni. wooo, v nnrcoai,
Bran, Hay and Bedding, at Fort' Dos
Moines, la. U. 8. reserves tight to reject
or atie-pt any or alf proposals, or any -part
thereof. Information furnished - on p-
fllcation here, -or to QilartermftsreT, Fort
cs Moines, la.' Envelop-, containing
proposals should be marked "Proposals for
Fuel and Forage." and addressed- to wtor
signed. WILLIAM E. HOIITON, Acting
Chiif Quartmaaler. N 12 19M
PR01OSALS FOR SINKING ONE TUH1I
lar Deep Well. Olllce Chler Quartermas
ter. Omaliti, Neb.. Novemlier in. 1903.--SeHled
proposals In triplicate will b re
ceived at this office until 12 o'clock' noon,
central standard time, December 2, lnl3,
and then opened, tor sinking one tubulat"
deep well at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri..
The United States rcerv- the right to nc-,
cept or reject any or all proposals, or any
part thereof. Information and blanks fur
nished on application. Envelopes contain
ing proposals should be marked. "Proposal"!
for Sinking Tubular Deep Well," mid ad- .
dressed to William B. Horton. Captain and
Q. M., U. 8. Army, Acting Chief Ouarter
master. - N12-13-2H-30
SEASONABLE FASHIOKS
W':; ,--'.
Girl's (,'ostuine, 453 rloit wool" ijaterialg
are much used for Voug lrl't frock And.
re exceedingly effective made 'It.h the
fashionable jthlrrlngs. This stylish' cos
tume is shown in dark red caaslmere .with
bands of black velvet ribbon and trimming
of ecru lace. The cape portions, which, fall
we!l over the arms, give the breadth which
Is always an addition to childish figures
and are eminently fshlonable. The box
plaits at front and ba provide the long
perpendicular lines which mean an eTfect
of height. The novel yoke effect Is specially
worthy of note and Is obtained by applying
pointed lace over the lower portion and
velvet bands over the cloth, which-terminate
In loops at each point of the lace.
The dress conslBts of the waist and the
skirt. The waist Is made over a fitted body
lining which Is faced to form the j oke and
on which tho front, backs. and cape are
arranged. The aleeves are full, with the
wide cuffs of the season,; artd the neck la
finished with a -simple standing collar. The
skirt Is box plaited at the front and again
at the back, but Is shirred at the sides and
falls In soft and graceful fold, . The clos
ing Is effected at the center bck Invisibly
beneath the plait. '. ' (.- . -. '
The quantity of material required for , the
medium nize (12 years) Is 7 yards 27 inches
wide or 4V4 yards 44-Inches wide, with H4
yards of pointed lace and two pieces ' of
velvet ribbon to trim as' Illustrated. ' "
. The pattern 4573 Is . cut In sizes for gift
of 8, 10, 12 and 14 years of age. '.v -
For the' acaommodation ' of . The' Bee
readers these patterns, which usually retail
at from SB to 60 cents, will be furnished at
a nominal price, 10 cents, which covers all
expense. In order to get a pattern enclose
10 cents, give number atd name of pattern-
Cincinnati Butchers Oot. '-
CINCINNATI, Nov.. ll.-Between TOO and
800 butchers struck today for an increase
of 10 per cent and double pay for Sundays
and holidays. All of the twenty-three local
firms that refuaed to recognise the Amal
gamated MeHt Cutters and Butchers'
Workmen's unions are affecteij. .
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