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TITE OMAITA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. JAXUAKY 10. 1004.
10 i SPECIAL NOTICES Avrllfmfli for tbeee eolamna will he Ukra antll IS m. for the e-vealna edition mm until MiK m. for tnornlaa; anil Son-dar edltloa. Rates, 1 l-2e a word first Insertion, 1c m word thereafter. Kothlna taken for less thaa Oe tor the Int laser tinm. Thra advertisements mast be ran rnnsecntlvelr. Advertisers, by reqnratlnar a nam ttered check, ran have answers aa .-.....a t . .amhd letter in rare It - . JIVlJ!iiii f The Bee. Answers so addressed will lie delivered oa presentation of the check only. MIUCELLAKEOIS. NOW OPEN. MID-WINTER TERM OP BOYLES COLLEGE NOT TOO uATG TO ENTER. Day and Mght. CAM,, WRITE OR TELEPHONE FOR YOL'NO MAN-Under 35, with fair baals INFORMATION. Addrees: education to prepare for Gov't Position. II. B. BOYLES, President. Salary to start, fsoo. Deserving Promo New York Life Bldg. Omaha, Neb. Hon. Permanent. Box 5V0, Cedar Rapids, tt-WWl I CITY SAVINGS BANK pays 4 per cent. 1 ioi i EPECIAI, For a limited time we will fit you with a guaranteed pair of spectacles I for $1. Don't, miss this chance. C. 8. Op- ticlans, and N. 16th St. xt ssi PERFIELD Piano Co., Bee Bldg.; Weber, Storey ft Clark, Ludwlg. Schiller, it rt EAGLE Ixian office. Reliable, accommodat ing; all business conlldcntlal. 1301 Douglas. RM EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co . moving nnd storage. 214 N 16th. Tel. 11. R 968 fl-iitv-r-wCpt relief; corns removed. VnilOpOayDr. Roy, r. 2-8, 1505 Farnam. R 970 TRY THE CHICAGO LAUNDRY. If you don't, we both lose. Good work; p-ompt attention. 214 N. 16th. Tel. LOT,. R-971 READ! HEED1 ) HAVE ROOT ) PRINT IT. Cllir'PCni I A. 1. ROOT. Inc 414-16 8. 12th. Tel. 1604. R-973 Rroirl Strictly home made; potato j-eaat. UlCdU Delicatessen, 1806 Farnam Street. R 974 GOLD crowns from $3: fillings from 25c; 'set of teeth. t2; teeth extracted free. Union Dental Co., 1522 Douglua, room 4. R 975 ACCORDION pleating,, cheapest, best, quickest. Mrs. A. C. Mark, 17th and Douglao. R 976 P. MELCHIOR. machinist, 13th & Howard. . R-977 "STRONGEST In the World." The Equlta bl Life Assurance society. Its policies are eight drnfts at maturity. H. D. Ncely, manager. Merchants' National Hank Bldg.. Omaha, Neb. R 978 FoULTRY SUPPLIES-Ullery ft Co.. liU Howard. Tel. 8827. R-979 BIGN painting. 8. H. Cole, 1303 Douglas. R-988 ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree, Toth and Lake Sta. R 370 II. O. SMITH, successor to McVea A Smith, plumbing and heating, 118 N. lBth. Tel. 3092. Prompt attention given all work. R M72S H enrv He doesn't keep staUonery. He sells It at itia f arnam street. R 241 nOI nBIL,VEILNICKEI Plating. Om. UULU Plating Co., 1508 Harney. Tel. 2f35. R-370 E. J. DAVIS, safe mover, heavy hailing. Hl Farnam. Tel. 303. R 374 F4 VODICKA 6 CO., fine tailoring; all kinds of pressing and repairing. Krug theater uiu. i ei. i5a, H 419 L BOTTLE of Phillips' Face Lotion will fix that face so you will like It. RM 457 F8 PUBLICITY DESIGNS WH EATON. In the Bee Bldg. R-M394 OPEN EVENINGS, too busy making clothes to close. Sulta ?0 to $40; trousers 36 to flO. Dresher, 1516 Farnam street. R-M698 F13 BJORNSON ft HAAS, Tinners and Mfgs. of sheet metal, cornices, smokestacks, ruttere skyllghta. ceilings, tanks, eta . Tel. 2675. 214 N. 15th St. R 782 F1S BUSINESS CHANCES. WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange any property or business quick, see J. H. junniua, du rt. z. uis, I nH4 6HOLE8-ARMSTRONG CO., business TWO pleasant rooms, modern; nice dle chancea and exchanges; write us, 722 New tance. 115 8. 20th St.. just across the York Life Bldg. Tel. 49. Y M3S4 I X HAVE EXCHANGED nearlv all nf thnu city properties advertised last Sunday. . uiiiu tivv rjiviiaiiKni yuun nan you l given u to me. Lrfst now, before land and fruit farme are rented. H. 8. Gates, I 1313 Howard St 'Phone 32L Y 696 18 I BARBER SHOP One-half Interest for I sale, in best shop In Longmnnt, Colo. For particulars aouress tea Jeffreys. Y-M704 19x FOR SALE, old-established variety store, doing good business, well stocked and well advertlsedl Tea son, confinement and yge. Address Lock Bo 69ft garfish. NICEI,T furnished room for light ho.ise-B- D. Y M760 19x I v.-riin, iris I.MvKiwnrth. E M94S 19x Re??"JERw.l,er'J2,J,ir1ne' f"" ELEGANT front room on 2nd floor, Mer and rip saws, boring machine, planer, ,1" nt,i .,, -r,A rtoda-e. shafting, pulleys, belts, etc.; If yoii wanl rtam Hotel, th and Dodge, EMm to buy we can deal. Address B 10. Bee. FURNISHED room for rent. 1615 Douglas. Y 993 rfBaC b'ahrbr" wlU, .MS "rTN IMS FarSam. 7 Y-MU1 21x FOR SALE Furniture In hotel at i notei running; aoing gooa nuslness; iincB, w. a. 1 1 asset t. tiresnam, n-o. - MI24 )X AGENTS WANTED. WANTED, canvassing scents In everv county to solicit subscriptions to THE TWENTIETH ajJUNTUKT FARMER. I Bteaay employment with assured good In come. Agents In the country with horse and buggy especially desired. Canvassers make easily ) to 3100 oer month, aa. drraa Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau Bee building. Omaha. J 213 RANTED, a good canvasser for a Catholic newspaper. Apply to "The True Voice." B04 Bee Bldg. . J M578 AGENTS "Iroquois Theatre Horror 600 dead; complete story told by survivors; Illustrated from, photographs; over 400 pages 7Vxliln.; price $1.60; selling like wild fire; liest terms: credit riven; freight paid. Send five 2u stamps for outfit and mail-unions. jci quica. nuniman Com Vny, Dept. 15, Chicago. J-M115 19x AGENTS WANTED "The Great Ct,lcn 1 neaire uisusier. 1 nriiung stories bv survivors. Fully Illustrated. Retail tl 50 Beat terms. Snd four two cent stamps ior niaiuiiK omiii. aci quiCK. J. H Zelgler & Co., Dept. B., Chicago. J-MU4 19x , WAMTaCD TO Bt'V. DON'T give your furniture and carpels away. J. Levlue pays the. highest cash pries. Tel. 77L N-1U IlnAte bought, sold. Antique Book Con- uwiy cern. 2U Karbach blk. Tel. 36jt . N to HIGH prices for !d-band furniture. Tel. 2020. Chicago Furniture Co. N M3W BEST PRICES for used stoves, furniture. Enterprise urn. Co., 102-4 8. 14th. Tei.'iJML N-373 Mart .WILL Bl'Y three or four good lots and - erect cottages. Must be cheap. Agentsl , need not answer. Address a 14, Hee r mce. N 103 10 WASTEDTO BORROW. WANTED To borrow 1 MO to 31,300 home money on choice Improved rental property In Omaha; security ample. Address A 1. lies. M774 3 WF have parties wanting to borrow from 3UK to 31.M10 on tlrat-claaa residence uroo- erty at per cent. liaatlnaa sc Heyden, mm su a. uu suuoius. HUM u WAHTED-MALP, HELP. Mosher Shorthand. The Omaha Commercial College will Issus mnnthlv Innmnl. belnnlne with Febru- ary )n tne interests of Mostier shorthand I will contain Borne startling Information about the Gregg system and Ita reputed author. It will contain both ancient and modern history. Greg wrltera In par ticular ahnuld read It. Price. 2Sc per year. First three copies free. Send name. Address, ROHRBOUGH BROS., Publishers, 17th and Douglas Bts. Tel 12K9. MEN to learn barber trade; free railroad re upon our failure to convince you of ,m u.ing tn, fctax. largest anu only reliable, mosi practical bai ocr college in this aectlun ot the country, write for catalogue today. Western Barbers' Insti tute, Omaha, Neb. B 9b WANTED For U. 8 army, able-bodied. unmarried men, between ages of m ana so, citizens of United States, of good charac ter and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to recruiting officer, 16th and Dodge sis., Omaha, or Lincoln, Neb. B Mlu4 IDWl. o awii WANTED, a young man to take charge of cuy leuger in large icitui iiuiv. jmuw. rapid and good penman; state iormer positions held and what salary expected, Apply B 6, Bee. B MW4 'M wanted two agents at once; gooa, sai- aiy, city work. C . Adams Co., 161 15 US I Howard at. WANTED Salesmen to handle a line of ladies' neckwear on commission, In con junction with kindred lines. Address btorch ft Kats, 16-21 W. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md. B-M9S7 23 WESTERN EMPLOYMENT Rooms 14-15 Crounse Blk. AGENCY, B M431 A GOOD POSITION Is Hlways open for a competent man. His difficulty Is to find It. We have openings for high grade men of all capacities ex ecutive, technical and clerical paying from l,0i)0 to 310,000 a year. Write tor pi in and booklet. Offices in twelve cities. iIAPGOODS Incorporated), 916 Chemical building, St. Louis. B WANTED, I want the name of every man In any way Interested In Incubators or poultry raising; I have something for you. Write at once to M. M. Johnson, The Incubator Man, Clay Center, Neb. ' B-MU9 19x WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Few weeks completes. Free work, careful In structions, examination, diplomas and po sitions given. These advantages cannot be had elsewhere. Call or write today. Moler Barber College, 1302 Douglas st. B-M116 19x WANTED VEHALG HELP. WANTED A second girl; apply at once. Utfl 8. mh ave. C 41 WANTED Servant girl, family of three. Mrs. Blmcral, Viti iorth asth Ave. G-460 MAKERS and trimmers for millinery de partmvnt. Apply Tuesday between 2 and i at Bennett's. Miss Knowlton, Millinery Dept., 3d floor. c Mia Jx WANTED Ladles to learn holrdresslng, manicuring or electric facial treatment. Few weeks completes. Thoroughly reli able Institution. New method, practical course, Inexpensive. Call or write, Moler College, 1302 Douglas su C-M11T 19x FOR RENT FtRSISHED ROOMS. ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th Chicago. Hi WS DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam. tu vw NICELY furnished rooms. Inquire Omaha fcjteam Laundry, iittn Leavenwortn. Jfnone A IIB'I TT1 UU1 A-iioa. a " O. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 611. JU VVI ELEGANT front room; steam beat 1909 Capitol Are. K M491 NICE south room, modern. Tel. A-1V79. 106 8. 2th. 93 31.25 PER WEEK Doran House, 422 8. 18th. m nm viknna EuroDean HoteL 1011-15 rarnam at. Fine rooms; ladles' cafe; private dining rooms. Open all night. to bub BOUTH front alcove room; modern. -2680 Harney. m nut x NICE furnished rooms. 324 N. 15th. E M60T FOR RENT A nicely furnished south room all modern; private family. 2519 Jones sc Jb HH AN elegantly furnished room In a fine loca- ilnn' lust vacated. 214 N. 23d at. E M766 19 street from Omaha ciuo. ja mow jx TWO nlcelv furnished rooms, all modern. in good briek flat; use ot telephone. 403 in. ivm. ww m 2 NICELY furnished rooms in good brick fiat, all modern. 209 8. 20th. E M856 19 ELEGANTLY furnished room, all modern. lid N. 26th st. Walking distance. E MS64 1 SINGLE front room, modern conveniences, also unfurnished room, zzue f arnam. E MS91 19x E M109 21 AROE well furnished roon housekeeping. 208 8. 20th. ; room for light Tel. L-ZHS7. E M108 Fl'RKISIIED ROOMS AND BOARD. Furnished rooms, steam heat, with or with out board. Midland hotel. 16th & Chicago. F 14 UTOPIA, steam heat, 1721 Davenport. F 896 ROCKAWAY, 1316 Douglas. Meals, 15c. F HOT LARGE well-furnished front room, all mod em, with board: also good table board by day or wees, ine urcsner, sua . lain st. F 443 NICELY furnished. large or small' room. with good noard, reasonable; also table Doard, 33.W per week, lis in. lstn. F-M895 ltx DESIRABLE front steam-heated rooms. with extra good board: best location in city. The Kenwood, 2bi Farnam. F MS9T 19 TWO south-front rooms, elegantly fur nished, with board: good brick flat, facing ouin; steam neat, gas, Dam ana tele phone. 2418 Cass. F -M7V8 19s a rurnisnea room, wiui ooara, Tor gentleman. 113 8. 20th., across street from Omaha club. F M791 19 TWO nicely furnished rooms, with board. In splendid location, at reasonable price. 2118 Chicago. . F M792 19 3 ROOMS, nicely furnished, with first-class tauie noar a, ii Burt. References ex- cnangea. t Ms -46 19x FOR BEST-lAFlHSISUED ROOMS. I HAVE 8 unfurnlahed rooms, furnace neat. oatn. gas. hot and cold water; uucacepiiig. Aaaress a zd, use. U M363 FOR RENT, 8 unfurnished room. 38. 530 8 -isi ave. (J MM 19 WANTED gALKBMEN. WANTED-Saleaman or Manufacturer's Aa-nt None but those bavins an ex tensive acquaintance with tha Mir Ml Rail. roaa and Manufacturing Interests In the aiaw ot Meoraska, Kansas and Missouri riei.apply. etate reference. Address, iu. Btauon u. Lieveiano. unio. at 11s lx wanteI Four sneclaltv men to sell com puting scales; must have good references and be ran capable of earning tuO or " per mer.tn. Money weight Bcaie LO. sis ceuriu a vs.. Cedar ttaplds, la. vut as . If You or want to rent a The Sop ad on pace 9. FOR KALIS MlSCKLa,AltOtS. STOCK T1RD8 HAIIDLEHY CO.. J. O. Biessing, prop., wholesale anu retail manufacturer ot anu ueaier in uarui and saddles; whips a specialty; every thing hand made; quality cunoldvred, the cheapest harnesa shop un earth. 331 IV 2uth st.. So. Omaha. Union shop. VJ-M417 FOR SALE, several scholai ships In a flrst- ciass standard school In Oinana, compris ing complete course in Dullness, snort, hand and typewilUng. Inquire at Be office. u toJ SECOND-HAND billiard and pool tables; iiniara lauies repaired; a large biulk ui Cheap bar tlxtuies. cIk&i' counters, etc. The Brunswick-Balks collender Co., 4 '7-K 8. 10th 8L Q-1U0 INDIAN goods and relics. ILLS Farnam. 14 ? 3D-HAND safe cheap. Deright, 1119 Farnam. w CHEAPEST OAK SLAT CORN CR1B- feiMU. Long fir Umbera. 9ul Douglas. W 104 CLOSING out hard coal stoves at less than )i price f.om to up. Furniture cheap. Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel. 3u20. y-lu6 FOR SALE Empty ink barrels. Apply at o press ruoin. W MANTLES, gas fixtures. Incandescent sup- piles, tow price t'ranzen, KM m. lotu su y 91a J 28 100 KINDS of Mineral Water. Sherman & Mcconnell Drug Co., Omaha, y AUS3 KIMBALL PIANO, slightly used; big bar- gain, can or writs Kooiu 7, live n ag. Q-Mo&l FOR SALE Two fresh cows. 2826 Webster St. Q M9ti9 21x FOR BALE A gas range, good as new, win De sold cheap Icr cash. Aduress A 24, Bee offlct.. Q 371 HARD coal stoves, 35 up; furniture cheap. cmcago c urniture CO., luu uoage. Q-403 Green Trading Stamps wnn ail casn purcnasea ot COAL ajsu FEED. Honest weights guaranteed. Telephone your orders. STAMPS FREE. JOSEPH HART, 1908 N. 24th. Tel. A1179. W M7u6 FOR SALE cheap, almost new box front seaisain jaoket. Aulabaugh the Furrier, 606 Karbach block. Q 781 FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES. FOR RENT Building suitable for whole sale purposes at mo re.rnam, xuu. lour Stories and first-class cemented bunement elevator, fire and burglar proof vault, of fice counter and fixtures. For price and particulars inquire C. C. Rosewater, sec retary Bee Building Co.; room 100, Bee Building. I Mid." FOR RENT, storeroom and basement In good location, particularly nuapieo. ior a plumber show room and work room or a manufacturer with similar requirements; power furnished if required. R. C. Peters A Co., rental agents, ground floor. Bee building. I Mi 94 I STORIES and basement 22x100; 1005 Far nam tit. inquire 14 Kirsi nan xianj "a. FOR RENT, three tipper stories In four story building at 916 Farnam St., two stories if preferred. Address C. C. Rose water. Beo'y.. Room 100. Bee 'dg TOR RENT. 4-story and basement build ing, ibio uoage si., ""i Omaha Carpet Co. Inquire on prpmnsja. For- Rent At a Bargain The large double store In Bee Building, formerly occupied by MacCarthy Tailoring Co.-46 feet filate glasi front, the only one of ta kind In Omaha. Excellent location for men a furnishing fttore, shoe store, jeweler, milliner, etc. very tenant of the immense Bee Build ing, City Hall, Court House and New York Lite Building a pos-. slble patron. For further particulars, sea MacCarthy Tailoring Company . 304-306 So. 16th St. WASTED SITUATION. POSITION by a graduate of pharmacy, Address Box w, xsiair, mo. a HONEST, reliable man wants work about private nouses ny me joo or noar. oress a lo, XJee onice. a v. POSITION of bookkeeper or office man ager Dy One Wno lias liau several jcmiw experience In bank and wholesale . work; oest reierencee- uur.H 0 i, A lUo 24x WANTED, position aa night watchman; strictly sooer; ags i. auoi a i, ow. COMPETENT woman for general house work; good cook; coioreo. Aaaress a xo, Be. omce, or . mn AMrx , LAW AND COLLECTIONS. JITnfilC TIICKINSON. BIS N. Y. Life. Set tlements estates a specialty. j-nons F-2666. M931 Fl BTILLMAN PRICE, 410 1st Nat. bk. bldg. Ttm Nw Snow-Church Co.. law collec tions, real estate Droacrs, attorneys aim brokers everywhere. 1st floor N. x. iiie. Tel. 133. W. F. WAPPICH. APVICE free. Crelghton Bit - FOR pensions see 8. F. Moore, 22 Patterson DIOCK. FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC ivw nil M-hand vehicles for sale: re pairs. 11. frost, iitn anu iieiiwijiuu two nm deriot wagons. 3 rockawaya Drummond Carriage Co.. lbth and Har ney. P loi FOR BALE, several good horses, a few Sets OI 2l-nena aouuie anu hui. Har ness. Melcner s Dates Diauiea, sui d. mi, t su 10 r STR BALE, cheap, slightly used: Two .arriuMi. x ijnaetons. s uip dukiih driving wsgons. Andersen-Mlllard Co. 151C-1S Capitol sve P '14 DAKCINO ACADEMY. rHiURERU' New Academy. 2424 Farnam. Adult Deginnera, aionaays anu oaiuruua I p. m.; aaaemoues, vvear.esaays. :tu p. m.; children beginners, Wednrsdays. 4 p. In., Beiuruays, p. m-, auviii-cu. etiui daya only. 4 p. m. 'Phone, F-1ST1; r.a A-1K71. W If you danoe. attend Morand'a Wed. asscm biles, if you aon 1 aancv, join ma 1 1 v u: and Fri. claaa. 8 P. m. Special attrnt on t beginners; tady aaalslanta; private .esaoni aaliy. Lau ma sua namv vr in. ivti. noii -13 TICKET BROKKMS. CUT-RATE railroad tickets everywhere. F. U. ptaibio. w Jaxnsisk -mmm ih Have a Room to Rent room yon can win a cash prize by using Bee IVant Ad Columns: FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. DO YOU WANT TO SELL A FARM? If vou want to sell a farm or ranch tell the farmers and stock raisers sbout it. The best way to reach them is through THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER This agricultural weekly goes to 46,000 homes of farmers and stock raisers, so If you have a good piece of land to sell at a reasonabln price you will find a buyer among them. The cost of an advertisement Is small 2 cents per word In small type or $2.50 per Inch If set In large type. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER OMAHA, NEB. RE 229 ENGLISH & CO., PAXTON BLOCK, FOR Bargains in Omaha Property. KE lad PUBLIC SALE Douglas County Farm " RIVERSIDE FARM, about'30 miles north west of Omaha and 6 miles east of Fre mont, sw, section 6, township 16, range 9, at Mercer, Douglas county. Neb., will be sold at public sale by the adminis tratrix of the estate of John D. Thomas, deceased, on Thursday, January 21, ltflH, in order to pay the debts and costs of administration of the estate. The sale will take place at Uie east door of, the court house In the city of Omaha and will be open from U to 12 o'clock In the forenoon. Julia Thomas, administratrix, 7U N. Y. Lite Bldg. KB-MU6 20 FOR BALE Twelve-acre fruit farm at Braldentown, Florida; water front, young orange and banana grove, nnd good nous-;. Address Lock Box Mi, Giitner, Neb. RE-198 RANCH and farm lands for sale by the Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A. McAUaster, land commit loner. Union Pa cli.e headquarters, Omaha, Nub. RE 410 kv9- Williamson Co., ig'. RE 549 SEE R. H. Landeryou If you wish to buy or sell real estate. ' 442 Board of Trade. Tel. 2151. RE-660 GLOVER, 1st floor N. X. Life, city prop, rty, farms, ranches. Tel. 133. RE 93d BEST barealns In farms an5 ranches. Write Wll.ls Caldwell, Brolt-n Bow, Neb., for list and illustrated pamphlet. ... RE M731 J23 YOUR OPPORTUNITY To buy a good 7-room house, good repair. with lot lmixsi), at loa ttmmett St., tor 16 per cent of its value. Owner needs money and to effect an immediate sale I will take 31,500. O. C. OLSEN, 1704 Farnam St. 1 RE MS94 20 ONLY $1,000. A neat 6-roonreottage, lsrge lot, on Maple St., near. sutt. only ti.ouo. Payne;;lnvestment Co.. First Floor. N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 178t. . -i : . RE-M926 19 A BARGAIN. GOOD 7-room house, lot, 60x 60, on 20th str.. near Hurdeue, 31,2x1.00. O. ... oisen, 1704 Farnam str. r RE M113 12 -ROOM modern house direct from owner- leaving city; .bargain. 2622 Dodge. RE M112 2Sx RESIDENCES. . On Chicago St.. fronting the Yates resl- ence, an excellent modern house of 8 rooms; owner has moved from, the city and has reduced the price on this property from 37.000 to 35.500. on Hurt St., south front, large 9-room ouse. in verv best reDalr. beautiful grounds, consisting of two large lots, fine re.es. Darn. This is a very desirable prop erty and cheap at 35,500: in Manacom Place, house or 9 rooms, not new, but unusually well built, full lot. Owner desires to close this out at once and we can give you a good deal on this home. in walnut mil. large house with two lots, one block from car, choice location and can ne. bought at a bargain. Price, only 34.500. in west Farnam location. 9-room modern house. Owner anxious to sell, as Indicated by price 34,000. W. FARNAM SMITH & CO. RE M107 19 OSTEOPATHY. Johnson Institute, 616 N. Y. Life Bids. T. 1664 vj The Hunt Infirmary, McCague bldg. T. 2351 DR. GRACE DEE IAN. 832 N. Y. Life. Tel. 3686. Fayette Cole, Osteopath, 609 Paxton block. 1 CLAIRVOYANTS. BUSINESS MEDIUM. 718 N. 17th St. B lit GYLMER, palmist, 715 N. 23d; 'phone B- PROF. HARRY removed to 1816 Dodge st. B XVI SOT COSTl'SIKs. Theatrical and masq. Llebon, I'M Farnam. 101 COSTUMES for rent Back. 3318 8. 20th st LF.ICHMAN. MASQ., 2822 Farrtam. Tel. L!1K3. M121 r IB MEDICAL. LADIES', Chichester's English Pennyroyal 1'IIU are tne Deal, naie, renauie. iaaa no other. Send 4c. stamps, for particulars. "Relief for Indies." In letter, by return mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. A. C. VAN SANT'8 school, TIT N. Y. Life. io NEB. Business ft Shorthand College. Boyd's theater. 109 MUSICAL. THO8. J. KELLY, voice. Davldge block. DAISY HIGGINS. voice and piano, 113 Leavenworth. Tel. A-Z741. m r is PATENTS. H J. COWOILL No fee unless succeasftiL 818 B- lath St.. Omaha, Tel. 1'ss., PATENTS GUARANTEED Sues ft Co. Omaha. Neb. 69J A13 DETECTIVES. CAPT. T. CORMACK. 317 Karbach blrek. Tel. A-X932. THE BEBOI'T DETECTIVE GEN'Y, 7u N. Y. LIFE "ELEPHONE 3541. 161 Fl'RSITl'RB PACstlNO. Petenoa Lund berg, lit & 17th. Tel. L-satt, VKrlSONALS. Regent Baths and Halt-dressing Parlors, 2u Kurnge Building, Tel. 2U79. Ladies only. L 369 ANY poor girl In need of a friend can call or write to the matron of the Salvation Army Home fcr Women, 3824 N. 24th st., Omaha, Neb. U MaJ Maylx Stammering cured. J. Vaughn, Ramge Bid. U 141 IVlAnMPTir" treatment & baths. Mm .... .xt . k-t 1 1 K Smith. 11S N. 15, '-' nr. It 3. ELITE parlors, 61S 8. lbth, 24 floor. U M961 8HOP-MADB SHOES-Lang's, 718 S. 16th st U 3iu F13 TEL. 3265; that's the Oata City Steam Dye ing and Cleaning works. 5U fc). Kth st. U-M44I J. E. WALLACE, TAXIDERMIST. 8 13th. V 161 HOMOEOPATHIC medicines, wholesale and retail. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. U M184. COLONCO CURES CATARRH. U M3M D. M. HA VERLY EXPERT ACCOUNT ANT. 212 BEE BLDG. 'PHONE 2iW4. V OMAHA PLEATING CO. Pleatlngs that please. Cor. ltih and Dodge. Tel 522. U-M439 a MEET me at Meyer-Dillon's the "yellow corner for quality" ltith and Farnam. U M912 F-16 LA BOOK, ladles- tailoring, 613 Karbach block. U 6j0 WE RENT sewing machines at 7bc per week, 2 per month; we repair and el! parts for every machine manufactured; second-hand machines from 31 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co., 15th and Harney. U 413 VIA VI" way to health. 846 Bee building, Omaha. U 142 PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladles before and during conilnenient. Dr. and Mrs. Oeriscb, 3IU6 California st. lerms reasonuble. U 143 UKT your medicines at CONTE 8 new drug store in WEST FAKNAM Dlti TIUCT. 31st and Farnam Sts. U M8tf6 F16 DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases and irregularities of women from any cause; experienced and reliable. 1513 Dodge St., Arlingtuu block, Omaha. U 144 PRIVATE hospital during confinement; Damee adopted. Mrs. uardeis, 2it uiKt Tel. Red-li.4. U 146 PRIVATE home during confinement; babies adopted. The Onod Samaritan Sanitarium, U6 1st ave., council Uluns, la. u 026 WATER'S PRINTING CO., 1213 Douglas X. U 146 PRIVATE hospital before and during con finement. Mrs. L. Fisher, 2515 fc. 11th Tel. 1&9. U 147 MAGNET PILE KILLER. IT CURES. AT druggists, 11. U 148 WHAT'S nicer than akcordion pleating? 00 notning out tne nnest. uoidman i-ieating to., ZM xJouglaa block. U 149 ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans esnpuois ana vaults, removes garoage and dead animals at reduced prices. Sil Kr nits ,1 ,-r-fi ". A c. ,1 id. U--AUU OMAHA DYE WORKS, 1515 HOWARD, ifcitiiionaDie cleaners: oreaaes. amta c.oaks. draperies, rugs, lace curtains: we 8AVE MONEY Bv hnvlnn- from th mnn taciurers. uuraiey envelope eo., Omaha, U 690 F12x RAMSER ft KERR, hatters, make old hats new. zw in. lvtn. wend tiaU by mull. U M179-21 PAPA Hurry home. Mamma wants you to get me a pair of Huteson's "Patent S'li. N Not" P-r-ltss Eyeglasses. They're just too icu. liiii l auuau uu. iuo s. mm. uauiffo. U 754 F-14 HELLO, ANNIE! This Is Joe. Will work late; meet me at Colombia Phonograph Co., 1621 Farnam, at 7:30; we'll hear the free concert and buv some X. P. SOc rec. orris for 25c. esDeclallv adonterl to the Edison Phonograph, they manufacture everything in tne talking machine line. Ij M122 F18 FOR RENT HOUSES. THE Omaha Van and Storage Co. pa:k move ana store 11. 11. gooas. Btorenouse, 1120-24 N. 19th, Office, tillhk Farnam. Tel. IOOV-MKI. U MWS FOR RENT 6-room house, 2563 Wool worth ave.; porcelain bath, gas, hot and cold water; newly painted and papered throughout J. H. , Sherwood, New xura ui tsiag. u-hwi 28X8 8. 19th St.. 8-room house 320.00. 1925 8. 18th St., 6 room fiouse, well $10.00. u in, inn st., 6 rooms upstairs 312.0a Mtauuti intuiubAi yj.. 1506 Dodge St. D 120 HOI !QPC n all paru of the city. The ..wwva O. F. Davis Co., 608 Bee Bldg, u 114 Uni IQPQ in all parts of the city. R. c. Petera A Co.. Bee Bid. U 1H Wl-im New York Life Bldar. Phone 1016. i 11s SEVERAL good houses. 810 to $18. Chris ooyer, ana Cuming. 1'hone 2tH. D-11T NEW 8-room, modern brick, close In, Just completed. Flat, 2306 Leaven wortn, rooms. $17. JOHN N. FRENZER, Opp. Old P. O. D M94S NEW modern 6 rooms. IS17 8. 6th St., $18. D 673 30 x WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van ft Stor age co.t Tel. 1496. omce, 1713 Webster st. D 118 HOUSES, Insurance. Ringwalt, Barker Blk. i-11s WINTER SNAPS. 8202 Lincoln bldv., new 6-r. cottage, strictly modern except rurnace, oniy 14. w. 2323 8. 18th, 6-r., strictly modern except fur- niu-e. I h all. 3S72 Be ward, seven large rooms,' strictly modern except furnace, with barn, only 220.00. These are real bargains and should rent at once. We have others. Payne, Bostwlck ft Co., 601-3 N. X. Lire bldg. D-M126 20 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. MONEY TO LOAN EASY PAYMENT PLAN You can pay us as you wish. In small weekly or monthly payments, and each payment so mado reduces the cost of the loan. Our rates are as low as any and a great deal lower tnan some. W e loan on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc., the property always remain lug in your possexslon. We also loau to SALARIED PEOPLE upon their own agreement to repay. Our facilities era the beat for QUICK service and our office motto is "to please our patronb." OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. Ill Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2296. (Established lt92. 308 B. 16th St. - X-M92S MONEY LOANED ON ' FURNITL'HE. PIANOS, LIVE STOCK. SALARIES. ETC Low rates and easy terms. Business oonfl u-ntlaU Try us if vou want to save money. PHOENIX CREDIT CO.. (31 Pax tun ff,- rL. l'-n aud Farnam Bts. MONfCY TO LOAN CHATTELS. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE FOR MONEY 1 pShitJo'n ' I"EllMANV SALARIED lOsniuN, on your PLAIV kiiti" knowleilge of friends an.J emploVer quick JrvlciV conn.fentlrtS:S Call, write cr telephone. Tel 1411 U AMERICAN LOAN CO Rooms 3i7-S8 Paxton Block, third floor J. mA MUNNEY I.OANBll 8ALAKIEI) PEOPLB r,ng,Vt" buMness" in "5 ' pTi"': lofrnan. room 440. Chamber of lomineru ea - w X-122 MONEY loanrd on plain note to salaried people; business contldi ntial ; lowest rate. 14 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co '9NEY loaneJ on I lanos. furniture. Jew. uuiaui, cows, etc, c. . Kced, 319 8. l.L X-124 CHATTEL, salary nnd Jewelry loan. Foley L-""" fajl. Barker Block. X L!o MOMiV TO LOAN HK.A1. ESTATE. ARM and city loans, Thomas. First Nat l low raua. w )t Bank Md. Tel.l6i W 137 PRIVATE money. Sherwood. 937 N. Y. Life. W It 4 TO 6 P. C. money, Bemls, Paxton block. W 129 PRIVATE money. F. P. W ead, 15J0 louglas. w LU WANTED City loans and warrant W tarnam Smith ft Co 130 Farnam St. W-131 FIVE per cent loans. Garvin Bros., 1604 W 132 farnam. WANTED Real estate loans and warrants it. (J. reiers & io., nee Bldg. w lii MONEY TO LOAN-Fayne Investment Co. W 134 5 farm loans R. C. Patterson, 1224 Far nam. w 13o FOR EXCHANGE. WILL trade beautiful piano for horse. Bcnmoller & Mueller, 1313 Farnam St. FOR EXCHANGE, fine piano for a new or uscg typewriter. Hcnmnner Mueller, 1313 Farnam street. Telephone 1K25. Z-M589 DRESSMAKING. MRS. CABB. dressmaking. 1910 Dodgs st M906 JCS IN famillea Mis? Sturdy, 309 N. 23d M 308 F3 FLORISTS. HESS ft 8WOBODA. 1415 Farnam. L. HENDERSON, florist. 1619 Farnam St, POSTOFFICK NOTICE. (Should be read DAILY by all interested. as changes may occur at any time). Foreign malls for the week ending Jan uary 1. 19(M. will close (PROMPTLY In all cases) at the General Postofflce as follows: PAKCE1 .B-POST MAILS close one nour earlier than closing time shown below. Kegular and Supplementary malls close at Foreign Station half hour later than clos ing time shown below (except that Sup plementary Mans tor Kurope ana uentrai America, via Colon, close one hour later t Foreign station). Transatlantic Malls. TUESDAY At 7:30 a. m. for NETHER LANDS direct, per s. s. Staatendam (mall must be directed "per s. s. Staaten dam"). WEDNESDAY At 4:30 a. m. for NAPLES and GENOA, per s. s. Deutschland (mall for other parts of Italy must be directed "per s. s. Deutschland") ; at 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE, per s. s. Teutonic, via Queenstown. THURSDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE. SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN. POR TUGAL. TURKEY, EGYPT. GREECE, BRITISH INDIA and LORENZ MAR QUEZ, per a s. La Uretagne, via Havre (mail for other parts of Europe must be directed "ner s. s. La Bretasrne"). SATURDAY At 6:30 n. m. for SCOTLAND, IRELAND and LIVERPOOL per s. s. Lucania, via Queenstown (mull for other ports of Great Britain and Europe must be directed "per s. s. Lucania ); at 6 a. m. for EUROPE, per s. s. St. Paul, via Plymouth and Cherbourg; at 8:30 a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per s. s. Kroon land (mall must be directed "per s. s. KroorUand"); at 8:30 a. m. for ITALY direct, per s. s. Princess Irene (mall must be directed "per s. s. Princess Irene"). After the closing of the Supplementary Transatlantic Mans named anove, addi tional Supplementary Malls are opened on thejiiers of the American, English, French and German steamers, and re main open until within ten minutes of the hour of sailing of steamer. Mails for South and Central America, West Indies, Etc. New Bedford, Mass. TUESDAY At 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for CENTRAL AMERICA (except Costa Rlca and SOUTH PA CIFIC PORTS, ner s. s. City of Wash ington, via Colon (mall for Guatemala must be directed "per s. s. City of Wash ington"); at 9:30 a. m. for NEWFOUND LAND, per a s. Silvia; at 6 p. m. for ARGENTINE, URUGUAY and PARA GUAY, ner s. s. Hvaclnthus. WEDNESDAY At 12 m. for NORTHERN BRAZIL, per s. s. Dunstan, via Para and Manaos; at 12:30 p. m. for BRAZIL, per s. s. British Prince, via Pernambuco, Rio Janeiro and Santos (mall for northern Brasll, Argentine, Uruguay and Para guay must be directed "per s. s. British Prince". THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Havana (mall for Mexico, via Progreso, Campeche and Vera Cms must be directed "per s. s. Havana"); at 8 a. M. for BERMUDA, per s. s. Trinidad: at in a m. for HAITI, per s. s. Prins Wlllem V. (mall for Cape Haiti, Port de Palx, Curacao, Venezuela, Trinidad, tirit ih and Dutch Guiana must be directed "per s. a. Prlns Wlllem V."); at 12 m. for MEXICO, per a a. Yumurl, via Tamplco , 11 ... K- AimrtnA "ri- a Vn. 1111(111 muni w ft - mnrl"V FRIDAY At 12 m. (supplementary 12:30 p. m.) for BAHAMAS, per s. a. Saratoga (mall for Santiago must be directed "per s. a. Saratoga"). SATURDAY At 8:30 a. m. (supplementary 9:30 a. m.) for PORTO RICO. CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per s. s. Philadelphia (mall for Savanilla and Cartagena must be directed "per a. s. Philadelphia"); at 9 a. m. for PORTO RICO (ordinary man only), per s. s. Pathfinder, via Myuea; at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.l for HT. THOMAS. ST. CROIX. LEE WARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS, BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH GIT ANA, per a. s. Manoa: at 9:30 a. in. (sun plementary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE lHliANU, JAMAICA, UAH TAG EN A and GREYTOWN, per a. a Slbirla (mall for Costa Rica must be di rected "Der s. s. Siblria"): at 9:30 a. m (supplementary 10:30 u. m.t for INAGUA, HAITI and dANTA MARTA. per a. a Adirondack; at 10 a. in. for-CUBA, per s. s. Morro Castle, via Havana; at 13:30 p. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Curityba, via Havana, Malls Forwarded Overlaad, Etc., Ei. ces-t Traasparlfte, CUBA. Via Port Tampa. Florida, closes at this office dally, except Thursday, at 5:3S a. m. 1 the connecting mans cn.se nere on Mondays, Wednesdays anu oaturaays). ill. xli'() CITY. Overland, unless suechilly addressed for despatch by steamer, closes at this office dull:, except Sunday at 1:30 p. m. and 11 :sv p. m. eunaays at i:w p. m and U :M D. m. NEWFOUNDLAND By rail to North Syaney, and thence rty steamer, closes at this office dally at 6:30 p. ra. (connecting malls close here every Monday, Wednes day and Saturday 1. JAMAICA. By rail to Philadelphia and thence by steamer, closes at this office at 11:30 p. in. every eunaay. Bv rail to Boston, and thence by steamer. closes at this office at 6.30 p. n every Friday. MIQLELOf. By rail to Boston, snd thence by steamer, closes at this office dally at 6:30 p. m. BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE MALA. By rail to New Orleans, and thence by steamer, closes at this office dullv. exceDt Sunday, at il:30 n. in. and 11:30 p. m., Sundaya at 1:00 p. m, and 11:10 p. m. (connecting mall closes here Mondays at ll:au p. m.J. COSTA RICA. By rail to New Orleans. and thence by steamer, closes at this omce daily, except Bunlay. at 1UW p. m. and f.l J p. m.. Sundays at II Ou . ra. and 11. SO p. m. (connecting mail cloaca hers BAUAMAJ (Exiipl Fa.-Post Mallear. eronlnaut to rspubUca. poiiUc. Tuesdays at 111:10 T. ro.l. rOSTOFFICB NOTICE. Py rail to Miami. FU.. and thence by . stramer. closes at U:80 p. m. every Tufy nsy ana esturaay. ji lltcglstcred mail closes at $:00 p. m. ft- viuus day. Traasparlfle Malls. CHINA and JAPAN, via Tacoma (speclMlly addressed nnlyi, close here daily at p. m. up to January 17th, Inclusive, for despatch Per a. a. Oanfa. CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver and Victoria, it. C, close here dally at 6 St; p. m. up to January 19thi Inclusive, for despatch per a. a. Lmpress of Japan. (Merrhandlae for t'. S. Postal Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded vin Canada HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP- II NH ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here dally at :Si p. m. tip to Janu ary 2iith, inclusive, for despatch per s. a. America Mnru. CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close tier dally at 6:30 p, m. up to January y aiii, Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Tosa Maru. AUSTRALIA (except WestV FIJI ISL ANDS snd NEW CALEDONIA, via Van couver and Victoria, B. C. close here dallv at 6:30 p. m. up to January 23d. Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Moano. HAWAII, via Ban Francisco, close here daily at 8:30 p. m. up to January 25th, Inclusive, for despatch per a. a. Alameda. PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fran clscu, ,clos here dally at 8:30 p. m. tip to January 27th. Inclusive, for despatch per I'. 8. Transport. HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here" dnllv at 6:20 p. m. up to January f'-'Mh. inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Korea. TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m tip to February lth. Inclusive, for despatch per s s. Mariposa. NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA (except West), NEW CALEDONIA, FIJI, SA MOA and HAWAII, via Ban Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to Feb ruary Ifith. Inclusive, for despatch per s. s Ventura. (If the Cunard steamer car rying the British mnll for New Zealand doea not arrive In time to connect with this despatch, extra malls closing at 6:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m. nnd 6:30 p. m.; Sundays at 4:30 a. m., 9.00 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. will be made up and forwarded until the arrival of the Cunard steamer.) NOTE. Unless otherwise addressed. West Australia la forwarded via Europe; and New Zealand and Philippines via Ran 1 Francisco the quickest routes. Philip pines specially sddressed "via Canada" or '"via Europe'' must he fully prepaid st the foreign rates. Hawaii Is forwarded via San Francisco exclusively. Transpselfic mails are forwarded to port of sailing dally and the schedule of clos ing is srranged on. the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. (Registered mall closes at 6:00 p. in. pre vious day. CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster. Postofflce. New York, N. Y., January 15, 1904. IAILWAY TIME CARD. INION STATION lOTII AND MARCY. llllaols Central. Lenve. Arrive. Chicago Express a 1M pin al0:3a pm Chicago, Minneapolis ft ' St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm a 8:05 am Minneapolis ft SL Paul Express b 7:50 am b 10:35 pm Chicago A. Northwestern. Fast Chicago a 3:40 am a 7:55 am Local Chicago all:30 am Mall a 8:10 pm a 8:30 am l.ocal Sioux Cltv b 8:45Dni Daylight St. Paul.. Daylight Chicago . a 7:50 am aJO:00 pm a 8:00 am all .20 pm a 8:25 pm a 9:15 am a 6:60 pm a 8:46 pnt a 4:25 pm a 8:16 pm a 7:05 am a 9:2o am a 2:40 pm limited t nicngo .. Flint Chicago Local Chicago Fast St. Paul Sr. Pa il Express , Fast Mall Loal Sioux City... .b 4:00 pm a 9:20 am Norfolk & Boneateel a 8:05 am bl0:!o am Lincoln ft Long Pine, .b 8:u6 am bl0:3o am Dead wood, Hot Springs ft Lincoln a 2:60 pm a B'10 pm Casper & Wyoming Ex.d 2:50 pm 6:10 pnt HostinRs, Superior Lnd a:ijioii d i:ou pm o a.iv pm t nlon Pacific. Overland Limited a 9:40 am a S:S pm The Fast Mail a 8:50 am a 3:20 pm California Express a 4:20 pm The C hicago Portland Special a 3:20 pm The Chicago --Portland Special a 6:S0 pm Eaitern Express a 6:30 pm Tne Atlantic r. press The Colorado Special. .all:35 pm a 3:40 am . ... . . ... n Chicago Special a :w am Lincoln, Beatrice and HromHburg Express. .b 4:00 pm bll:45 pm Columbus Local b 6:00 pra b 1:35 ant Cbleaajo Great Western. St. Paul ft Minneapolis Limited a 7:15 am Et. Paul ft Minneapolis Express .. a 7.55 a-m a 8 K pm Chicago Limited a 4.50 pm al0:80 am Bt. Paul, Minneapo is at Chicago Express a 8:W pm Chicago Express a 4:30 am a 4:05 pm Chicago, Milwaukee St. PaaL Chicago Daylight a 7:55 am all 15 pm Chicago Fast Express. .a 6:45 pm a 8:.0 pr.t Overland Limited a 8:20 pm a 8 10 act Des Moines Express. .. .a 1 :oo am a s;iw pni Wabash. et ...Lmil "Cannon mM Ball Express a e; p St. Iouls Local, Coun ell Bluffs a :16 am al0:30 pm Mlssonrl Paclfle. St. Louts Express al0:00 am a 8:25 pnt K. C. ft Bt. L. Express.. al0:50 pjn a 8:16 am Chlcau-o, Hock Island A Pacific EAST. Chicago Daylight L t d. 3:55 am a 3:50 am Chicago Daylight Loo'l.a 7:00 am a 8:35 pm Chicago Express bll:15 am a 6 35 pm Dee Moines Express. ...a 4:30 pm bll:60 am Chicago Fast 'l?, 6:40 i"a 1,a Pm Rocky Mountain L t d.. a' 7:30 am a 7:26 pm Lincoln, Colo. Springs. ".. Denver. Pueblo and West 130 pra a 5:00 pm Texas. California and Oklahoma Flyer a 4:10 pm al3:40 pm BURLINGTON STATION lOth MASON. CbJcas, Barllagtoa ft Qelacy. Leave. Arrive. Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 3:55 pm Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. a 4:U0 pm a 7:46 am Chicago Local a 8:18 am all:0U pra Chicago Limited a 8:06 pm a 7:15 pm Fast Mall 1:16 Pm Barllactoa Missoarl River. Wymore. Beatrice and Lincoln :B0 m bl;05 Pra Nebraska Express a 8:50 am a 7:45 pm Denver Limited a 4O0 pm a 6:46 am Black Hills and Puget Bound Express aU:W pm a 130 pro Colorado Vestlbuled Flyer a 3:80 pm Lincoln Fast Mail b 3:67 pm a 9:08 am Fort Crook and Platts- mouth .' b 310 pra blO So am Bellevue ft Pacific Jct..a 7:60 pm a 8.27 am Bellevue ft Pacific Jet.. a 8:30 am Kansas City, St. Joseph ft Couacll Blaffs. Kansas Cltv Day Ex. a 9:15 am a 6:05 pm st LoSla" Flyer ..a 6:3i pm all:u6 am Kansai NlBht x..a!0.45 pm a 6:30 am WEBSTER DEIOT-I5lla ft WEB8TBR. Missoarl PaelSo. Nebraska T-ocal. via Leave. Arrive. wiimn Water P l io Pm aio: ass Chicago, St. Paal, Ml...alAS Omaha. Twin Cltv Passenger.. .b 6 S0 am b 8:10 pm OCEAM STEAMKRS. HOLLAND-lU!Eii.CA LINE. v-,.-r. I1MBOT of U.MW laa. KKW yokK SOTTBKUAal. l BOH LOONS. SillluS TlMWlsr. a M . Bk gotwHam ra. Hi"""" il.rd,a K.6. URdUriUm ... . rH aa Kuortfan .... .ar. 1 .Hv, t .Max. xl " SU.IM ooly. a Fralslit oalf. HOLLAND-AM K.K1CA LIN1, Uarbora St.. Cl- raaa "I : H.rrr Moora. 101 yarnaal St.; l. gTh4ort. ua Fsruaai tn.il. B. keraelaa. U08 Fram St. Crawford Opeas CaaayaJga. ABERDEEN. 8. D., Jan. 18. (SpeclaL) Hon. Con I. Crawford addressed a large audience at the opera house Friday even ing. His speech, which was generally well received, wss for the most part an attack on machine politics and the men who dom inate them in in is aiau. air. tra.Jfri 11 as not at his best, but the reception. ,, Iven his speech plainly Indicated he has many w.m MKirvi. u.,uwa wbv lit r