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TTTE OMAnA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. 1004.
SPECIAL NOTICES Auvertlsemeet far these raUimi will be taken III 12 a, for the ! edition and natll "iOO a. n. far moraine aad Senday edition. Rates, 1 word first Insertion, le a word therenfter. Notblns; taken for Irs than SOe for the first Inaer tlon. Theae advert laemeats mast be rnn consecutively. Advertisers, by reqaeatla a n a in hered rhrrk, ran have answers ad dressed to a numbered letter In eare of The Dee. Answers so addressed will be delivered on presentation of the rhrrk only. MISCELLANEOIS. NOW OPEN. MID-WINTER TERM OF BOYLES COLLEGE NOT TOO uATG TO ENTER. Day and Night. CALT,, WRITE OK TELEPHONE FOR INFORMATION. Address: II. B. BOYLE8, President. New York Life Bids. Omaha, Neb. R-M401 V. M. H A VE RLY EX PERT ACCOUNT ANT. 212 BEE BLDO. 'PHONE 2901 RAMSER A KERR, hatters, mak old hats new. 207 N. 17th. Head hsU by mall. -M179-J1 CITY SAVINGS BANK pays t per cent R 761 SPECIAL For a limited time we will fit you with a guaranteed pair of spectacles for II. Don't miss this chance. 0. S. Op ticians. SUB N. 1Mb 6t. R 687 PERFIELD Piano Co., Bps Bldg.; Weber, Storey A Clark, Ludwtg. Schiller. R 9SS EAGLE Loan office. Reliable, accommodating-; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas. R--J7 EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co., moving and storaa-t. 214 N 16th. Tel. 1196. R 968 fl-iimT-r-r1rCJet relief'; corns removed. VnirOpO(jyjjr. R0y. r. 3-8, 1503 rrnim. R 870 TRY THE CHICAGO LACNDRY. If you don't, we both lose. Oood work; P'ompt attention. 214 N. 16th. Tel. 105. R-971 READ! HEED! SUCCEED! ( HAVE ROOT PRINT IT. A. I. ROOT. Inc. 414-18 8. 12th. Tel. 1604. R 9;i Rivaod Strictly home made; potato yeast. UICUU Delicatessen. 1806 Far nam Street. R 974 GOLD rrowna from $3; filling from 25e; set of teeth, 2; teeth extracted free. Union Dental Co., 1622 Douglas, room 4. R 975 BHOP-MADE SHOES Lang's, 718 8. 1th t- , 396 FII E. WALLACE, TAXIDERMIST, 06 S. Uth. I 161 ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans cesspools and vaults, removes garbage S,1..'1 nlmals at reduced prices. 621 N. ISth. Tel. 1779. , ISO ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best, quickest. Mrs. A. C. Mark, 17th and DouglaB. R 176 P. MELCHIOR, machinist, llth A Howard. R-m STRONGEST In the World." The Equita ble Life Assurance society. IU policies re sight dre.fts at maturity. H. D. Nerly, manager, Merchants' National Bank Bldg., Omaha. Neb. R-978 POULTRY HUPPI.IES-TJllery Co.. 11 Howard. Tel. 2327. R-971 BIGN painting. S. H. Cola, 1802 Douglas. R-983 ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree, 20th and? Lake Sta. R 170 Pv SMITH, successor to McVea A g.m.'th, plumhlrg "nd beating, 118 N. 16th. ' Tel. Ml Prompt attention given all wo""- R-M72 Henry ,I.??Jn't stationery. Hs Mils lt-at 1(16 Farnam street. R 241 GO I n Il,VER. N1CKEI Plating. Om. UULU Plating Co.. 1506 Harney. Tel. 2536. R 870 K;.i PAVI8. safe mover, heavy hauling. 1119 rarnam. TeL 163. R 674 F4 VODICKA A CO., fine tailoring; all kinds of pressing and repairing. Krug theater bldg. Tel. 1182. R-419 A BOTTLE of Phil I Ins' Face Lotion will fix . .., w j j X4 m m una u IV-Httl X s PUBLICITY DESIGNS WH EATON, In ths Be Bldg. R M394 OPEN EVENINGS, too busy making clothes to close. Suits 870 to 840; trousers 86 to 810. Dresher. lbl( Farnam street. R Ms! F13 BJORNSON A HAAS. Tinners and Mfg. of sheet metal, cornices, smokestacks, srutterr skylights, ceilings, tanks, etc. Tel. 267. 214 N. 16th St. R 782 FII BUSINESS CHANCES .WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange Johnson, 8u N. Y. Life. Y 384 8HOLES-ARMSTRONO CO., business chances and exchanges; write us, 722 New lorn Litre ma-. Tel. 41. . T M384 60-HOR8E-POWER boiler, 80 engine, swing and rip saws, boring machine, planer, shafting, pulleys, belts, etc.; if you want to ouy we can aeai. Address B 10, Bee. ' Y-SS3 FINE cash business proposition In Omaha lor k wirnur win aooui song. Room 7, T-Mlll Us FOR BALK Furniture In hotel at Waoo. Neb.; hotel running; doing good business: prioe, (400. W. B. Hasaett Oreeham I-UUH 30X DEClDTOG to leave c4ty, will sell small grvcry mm invoice, nut n. Mil. Y-l 26 FOR SALE, clean stock of dry goods, shoes and groceries at Pocahontas, la.; no old goods; a bargain; terms cash. j. A. Cattail, trustee, Marahalltown. Ia. . Y-M148 M LAW AHD COLLECTIONS. JUDGE DICKINSON. tl N. Y. Life. Set tlements . estates a specialty. 'Phone TILLMAN PRICE, 41 1st Nat. bk. bldg. 104 THE New Snow-Church Co.. law collec tions, real estate brokers, attorneys and oroaers everywnere. 1st noor ft. X. Life. iei. ua. Us V. F. WAPPICH. APVICE free. Crelghton tUK. M 924 FOR uensiona see B. F. Moors, 22 Pattsrson DIOCK. M676 F II AGENTS WANTED. WANTED, canvassing agents In every county to solicit subscriptions to THIS . TWKNT1KTM t:tNTLKl FARMER. Steady employment with aasured Kood in come. Agents in the country with hors snd buggy especially desired. C'anvasnera make eusiiy V to iiuw per month. Ad . areas Cmitury Farmer Solicitors' Bureau, Bee buliuing. umana. j as WANTED, a good canvaxaer for a Catholic nt-nspujx-r. Apply to ins I rue Voice,' ouo lire tsiag. 4 uiiii SOLICITORS wanted. 108 N. Uth St. J-M140 WAMTED-SITUATIO". .POSITION by a graduate of pharmacy, Addreaa box h, tiiuir, fieo. A UM IU HONEST, reliable man wants work about private houars by the Job or hour. Ad dress U 10, e. A iut sux POSITION of bookkeeDer or office min ager by one who has had several yeirs exLxrience In bank and wholeaula work: bc-at reierencea Address B 17, Hee trtlia A Its i4X WANTED, position as night watchman; Strictly sober; 4U. Address B 14. B-e. - A-lvil ton WATTED MALR RKI.P. JDGE C. R. SCOUTT will deliver a lecture to the students of the Omaha Commercial College Friday morn ing at 11 o'clock, January 29. Subject, "OUR COURTS AND THE DIETRICH CASE." Visitors are welcome. Remem ber the time snd place. Omaha Commercial College. Tel. 129. 17th and Douglas Sta MEN to learn barber trade; free railroad tare upon our failure to convince you oi this being the B1i.bT. largest ana only reliable, moat practical bai twr college in this section ot the country, write for catalogue today. Western Barbers' Insti tute, Omaha, Neb. fl 908 WANTED For U. b. army, able-bodied. unmarried men, between ages ol xi ana , cltisens of United States, of guod charac ter and temperate habits, who ran speak, read and write Kngilsh. For Infotmaiiou apply to recruiting officer, lth and Dodge sta, Omaha, or Lincoln. Neb. ktUlo WANTED, a young man to take charge of nU u , ... . i . . 1. . w i J ICTiirr J 1 1 lltrge rviail IIUIU. sun rapid and good penman; state former positions held and what salary expected. Apply B , Bee. MM 20 WANTEi Two agents at once; good sal ary, cuy worjc v.. . AUDI CO., 11 Howard St. B Hi WANTED Saleamen to handle a Una of ladles neckwear on commission. In con junction with kindred lines. Address Storch at Kata, la-U W. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md. B-M987 28 WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, Jtooma 14-15 Crounae Blk. B M4Si WANTED A good, active young man to "u u.riiuiiig uuveiurv in mr vnv vi Omaha and vicinity. For particulars ad dress The Sutherland Novelty Co., Des Moines, Iowa. B ARE) YOU SATISFIED With your present position or salary? If not, write us ror pian ana booklet, we have openings for managers, secretaries, advertising men and saleamen; also tech nical, clerical and executive men of all kinds, high grade exclusively. Offices in twelve different cities. HAPOOOD8 (In corporated), 91( Chemical bldg., St. Louis. WANTED FEnVALB HELP. WANTED A second girl; apply at one. juu b. sum ave. u ei WANTED Servant girl, family of three. airs, eimcrai, v Mortn win Ave. C 460 WANTED A good cook; best references required. Mrs. c airneid, zzi bl Mary a ave. C M141 a WANTED A competent girl for cook In small tamiiy; no wasning; gooa wages; references required. Mrs. J. U. Baum, 3646 Harney St. C M137 22x yOU RENT Ft'RKISHED ROOMS. ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16U dt Chicago. Br WHi DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam. nvw NICELY furnished rooms. Inquire Omaha uteum Laundry, liou Leavenworth. '1'hone A-178i. E 991 O. M. li hauls trunks. Telephone til. m sta ELEGANT front room; steam beat 190 Capitol avs. Aiwi NICE south room, modern. 808 8. 2th. Tel. A-1979. is sw 81.2s PER WEEK Doran House, 422 8, 18th. VIENNA European Hotel. 1011-18 Farnaat st. Fine rooms; ladles' cafe; private uin lllg ivuuw, vpmu wi uxauw w SOUTH front aloove room; modern. UeO Harney, j x NICE furnished rooms. 8M N. Uth. aiBlttVI FOR RENT A nicely furnished south room all modern; private family, ms ones st. BV- MuS7 ELEGANT front room on 2nd floor, Mer- rlam Hotel, sta ana Doage. E--M110 FURNISHED room for rent. 1616 Douglas. Jfi MM II LARGE well furnished room for light housekeeping. w u. win. iei. u-2im. E M108 LARGS), front room; light housekeeping; modem. 411 N. lth si. a mim zox FURNISHED ROOMS AsTD BOARD. Furnished rooms, steam heat, with or with out board. Miaiana notei, uin cnicsgo. F-rUM UTOPIA, steam heat, 1721 Davenport. F W ROCKAWAT, 1816 Douglas. Meals, lie. ' 97 LARGE well-furnished front room, all mod ern, with board; also gooa tame board by day or week. The Dresher, 602 H. 16th st , F 441 NICE, cosy little room, and board, for gentleman; steam neat gas, bain and telephone, ztio caaa. F Mis 23 FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS. I HAVE 8 unfurnished rooms, furnace neat bath. gas. hot and cold walar; housekeeping. Address A 26, Bee. G-M3S2 WAHTKD TO REST. WANTED By young lady, large, unfur- msnea room, wiin ot near ooura; waiKing distance Bee; have piano. Address B 19, Bee. K 130 Mx WANTED TO BUY. DON'T give your furniture and carpets away. J. Levin pays in tugnest caau price. Tel. T7L N Md Rnnlrc bought sold. Antique Book Coo BOOKS cam. XU Kailtaoh blk. TeL 8614. N j HIGH prices for Id-hand furniture Tel. "30. cnioago jrurnitur ce. n M39I BEST PRICES for used stoves, furniture. unterprise r urn. ta, i- a. ittn. Tei.zKW, N-T71 Mart WILL BUY three or four good lots and erect cottsgea. Must be cheap. Agents need not answer. Address B 16, Bee office. N 108 2 FOR SALK HORSES, WAGONS, ETC. NEW snd id-hand vehicles for sale; re pa Ira II. Frost, 14th and Leavenworth. m TWO fine depot wagons, 1 rockaways, 1 coupe, I traps, i wagonette, i araya, Drummond Carriage Co., 14th and Har ney. - P 1U6 FOR BALE, several rood horses, a few sets or M-nana aouoie ana single nar ness. Melcher's Bale Stable. 601 8. 19th. P M413 F FOR SALE, cheap, slightly used: Two carriages, 8 phaetona, I top buggies. I driving wagons. Andersen-Mlllard Co., 1516-18 Capitol eve. P 714 FOR EXCHANGE. WILL trade beautiful piano for horse. Schmuller Mueller, 1X13 Farnam St. Z-9CS FOR EXCHANGE, line piano for a new or uaed typewriter. Schmoller Ac Mueller, 1313 Farnam street Telephone 1626. Z-M! WANTED SALESMEN. WANTED Four specialty men to sell com puting scales; must have good references and be met capable of earning IIDO or 3JM per month. Moneywelght Scale Co., 616 Fourth ave, Cedar Rapids, la. MU3 zt FARMS FOR SALE. FINE, level farm lands In Canada, t 812 an acre; excursions 1st and 3d Tuesday of every month. Hastings A Heyden, 610 N. i. Lit niog', Oman a, jso. M1M 80 LOST. LOBT W. P. A credential book 0663. 8. W, credential book, also blank book with two checks; wortmesax u nuder; bring to I. M. C. A. and I" t.taru. juoai MiU si If You Have a Room to Rent or want to rent a room yon can win a cash prize by using The Bee Want Ad Columns. rOH BALE MIStfcLijAaKUtB. STOCK YARDS SADDLERY CO., t. O. Blessing, prop., wholesale and retail manufacturer of and, aealr In harness and saddles; whips a specially; every thing hand made; quality considered, ths chtwpest harness shop on earth, ml N. loth sc. So. Omaha. Union shod. Vs-M41i FOR BALE, several soholai snips In a first Ciaas svandard school In Omaha, compuls ing complete course In vutness, snort. Hand and type wilting. Inquire at Be cBce. u 4wi SECOND-HAND billiard and pool tables: Millard table repaired; a large stock of cneap bar llxtuie, olar counters, etc. The Brunswick-Balks coilenuer Co., n-I 8. MHa Be Q-10O INDIAN goods and relics. ui Farnam. W 897 ID-HAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam. W lu8 CHEAPEST OAK SLAT CORN CRIB tolNG. Long fir tlmueia. 9vl Douglas. 4M CLOSING out hard coal stoves at leas than H price f.ora 86 up. Furniture cheap. Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel. 8b. W-106 FOR BALE Empty Ink barrels. Apply at Bee press room. w-438 MANTLES, gas fixtures. Incandescent sup- mea, tww prices ranxen, sua n. itu su U 916 jl 100 KINDS of Mineral Water. Sherman St aicuonneu Drug Co., Omaha, y A1183 KIMBALL PIANO, slightly used; big bar- oxu. ym.n or write noom I, nee Utag. Q-MJ60 FOR BALE Two fresh cows. 2826 Webster t. Q M969 21X FOR BALE A gaa range, good as new, 28, Bee office. Q 371 HARD coal stoves, 35 up; furniture cheap Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Q 403 FOR BALE cheap, atmost new box front sealskin jacket. Aulabaugh the Furrier, 606 Karbach block. Q 781 FOR vENT STORES AND OFFICES. FOR RENT Building suitable for whole- paie purposes at i f arnam, rcxvu. lour stories and nrst-class cemented basement (levator, Bre and burglar proof vault, of counter and fixtures. For price and particulars inquire C. C. Rosewater, sec retary Bee Building Co., room 100, He Building. I M66? FOR RENT, storeroom and basement In good location, particularly adapted for a plumber show room and work room or a manufacturer with similar requirements; power furnished If required. R. C. Peters Co., rental agents, ground floor. Bee building. I-M794 I STORIES and basement 22x100: 1006 Far nam St Inquire 814 First Nat'l Bank bklg. FOR RENT, three) upper stories In four story building at 916 Farnam St.. two etorles If preferred. Address C. C. Rose water. Sec y.. Room 100. Bee bldjg FOR RENT, 4-etory and basement build- sOtf. BV-s nww tn.vu Omaha Carpet Co. Inquire on premije-i. I 7 For Rent At a Bargain Building, formerly occupied by MacCarthy Tailoring Co. 46 feet f lats glass front the only one of ts kind In Omaha Excellent location for men s furnishing store, shoo store, jeweler, milliner, etc. Every tenant of the Immense Bee Build ing, City Hall. Court House and New York Life Building a pos sible patron. For further particulars, sea MacCarthy Tailoring Company 304-?06 So. 16th St. MEDICAL. MAr.NIPTIP treatment baths. Mme. lYlAlJlN C 1 1L. Smith, Ilk N. la. 2 nr. it i. M944 Fx HOMOEOPATHIC medicines, wholesale and retail. Sherman st McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. -M184. COLONCO-CURES CATARRH. M28S PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladles before and during ooanneuient Dr. and Mrs. uensco, 36J6 CaUfornla st Terms reasonable. 143 GET your medicines at CONTE'S new ,1-,. In WL'UT V i U K A M DIS TRICT. Slat .And STarnsm Sis. .-Ma6 F1S DR. FRIES treats successfully all diseases and irregularities oi women iroro any cause; experienced and reliable. 1613 Dodge st, Arlington block, Omaha. PRIVATE hospital during confinement; babies adopted. Mrs. uaraeis, u !. Taw Red-UM. 146 PRIVATE home during confinement; babies adopted. The Good baraantan sanitarium, 328 1st ave.. Council Bluffs, la. -626 PRIVATE hospital before and during con- nnement Atra i ciancr, ius o. iitn. TeU lla. ' -147 MAGNET FILE KILLER. IT CURES. AT druggists, 81- ' -14 LADIES: Chichester's English Pennyroyal Flils sre tn best Bate, reliable, -jaae no other. Send 4c, stamps, for particulars. "Relief for Ladles." in letter, by return mall. Aak your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. Piles Cured WIVHOUT FAIN By W. C. Maxwell. M. D.. Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medical Col lege or rew tori nty. 624-8 Bee Building. Omaha. Neb. Tel. 1424. Private Reception Room for Ladles. DANCING ACADEMY. CHAMBERS' New Academy, 2424 Farnam. Adult beginners, Mondays and Saturdays, 6 p. in.; assemblies, Wednesdays. 8:30 p. m.; children beginners, Wednesdays. 4 p. m., Saturdays. I p. m.; advanced. Satur days only, i p. m. 'Phone, F-U71; rra, A-1871. -70S If you dance, attend Morand'a Wed. assem blies. If you don't dance, )ln his Tu day and Fri. class, I p. m. Special attention to beginners; lady assistants; private lessons daily, can lain ana narney or iei. ion. M677 F-li OSTEOPATH V. Johnson Institute, 616 N. Y. Life Bldg. T 14o4 4M The Hunt Infirmary. McCagu bldg. T. 2861 -4l4) DR. GRACE DEE IAN, 832 N. Y. Life. Tel. M. -461 Fayette Cole, Osteopath. 60S Paxtoa block. IU TICKET BROKEstS. CUT-RATE railroad ticket everywhere. r. n. ruiau, tmmt m amam mvu 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 about It Ths best way to reach them Is through THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER This agricultural weekly goes to 46.000 homea of farmers and stock raisers, so If you have a good piece of land to sell at a reasonable price you will And a buyer among them. The coet of an advertisement ' small 3 cents per word In small type or 82.50 per inch if set in large type. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER OMAHA, NEB. RE 229 ENGLISH & CO., PAXTON BLOCK, FOR Bargains in Omaha Property. KB 3m) PUBLIC SALE Douglas County Farm RIVERSIDE FARM, about 30 miles north west of Omaha and miles eaat of Fre mont swfe, section 6, township 16, range 9. at Mercer, Douglas county. Neb., will be sold at public sale by ine adminis tratrix of the estate of John D. 'i'liomas, deceased, on Thursday, January 21, 19U4, in order to pay the debts and costs of administration of the estate. The sale will take place at the east door of the court house In the city of Omaha and will be open from 11 to 12 o'clock In the forenoon. Julia Thomas, administratrix, 711 N. Y. Lite Bldg. HE M4J6 20 FOR SALE Twelve-acre fruit farm at Braidentown, Floilda; water front, young orange und banana grove, and good housi. Address Lock Box w, Gl.tner. Neb. RE 196 RANCH and farm lands for sale by the "Union Puclflo Railroad company. B. A. McAUaster, land conirnlt loner, Union Pa cific hoadquarters, Omaha, Neb. RE-410 kv3- Williamson Co.. RB-6U BEE R. II. Landeryou If you wish to buy or sell real estate. 442 Board of Trade. Tel. 2161. RE-660 GLOVER, 1st floor N. T. Life, pity prop, erty, farms, ranches. Tel. 133. KB 9ii BEST bargains In farms snd ranches. Write Willis Caldwell, Brok-n Bow, Neb., for list and illustrated pamphlet. RE M7S1 J23 YOUR OPPORTUNITY To buy a good 7-room house, good repair, with lot 100x86, at 2028 Emmett St., for 75 per cent of Its value. Owner needs money md to effect an Immediate sale I will take $1,600. O. C. OL8EN, 1704 Farnam St. RE M 894 20 A BARGAIN. OOOD 7-room house, lot 60x60. on 2th str., near Buidette, 31.2&0.00. O. C. Olsen, 1704 Farnam str. , RE M 112 12 f-ROOM modern house direct from owner leaving city; bargain. 2622 Dodge. R IS Mil 2 26x H Cheap Houses H 2411 Blondo, good 5-room cottage, has city water; good little home; price, 31,0110. S322 N. 30th, fine little home of 6 rooms, has city water, bath, fruit trees, large lot, on car line and paved street; price, 11,800. Hastings & Heyden, 610-511 N. Y. Life Bldg. RE 127 1 FOR KENT HOI SES. THE Omaha Van and Storage Co. pa.-k move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse, 1120-24 N. ISth. Office, loll Farnam. 'lei. Iafc9-Bti3. D M449 FOR RENT 6-room house. 2663 Wool worth ave.; porcelain bath, gas, hot aim com water; newly painted and papeied throughout 830. J. H. Sherwood, New York Life Bldg. . D MU67 2S18 S. 19th st, 8-room house 320.00. 1925 8. 18th St.. 6 room house, well 310.00. 319 N. 17th st, 6 rooms upstairs 812.00. M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO., 1608 Dodgt St. D 130 HnilPs In aU part or the city. Th nUUOCO O. F. Davis Co., 608 Bee Bldg. v D 11 HOI IQCQ in all part of the city. R nUUJLO c. Peter & Co., Bee Bldg. U 114 PAYNE-BOSTWICK sr CO., choice house. tiul-6ul Mew York Life Bldg. 'Phone WIS. D 116 SEVERAL good houses, 810 to 1S. Chris coyer, 2-a and Cuming, rnone we. D-UT NEW 8-room, modern brick, doe In, Just completed. Flat 2306 Leavenwortn, t rooms, 817. JOHN N. FRENZER, Opp. Old P. O. D M946 NEW modern 6 room. 1317 8. 6th St., $18. U 6U SsX WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van at Stor ags Co., Tel. 1496. Office, 1713 Webster st D 111 HOUSES, Insurance. RIngwalt, Barker Blk. u lis WINTER SNAPS. 3202 Lincoln bid v.. new -r. cottage, strictly modern except furnace, only 8-2.60. 2323 8. lMth, 6-1., strictly modern except fur nace. 31660. 3872 Seward, seven large rooms, strictly modern except turnace, wiin Darn, oniy 820.00. These are real bargains and should rent at once, we nave othera Payne, Bostwlck eV Co., 601-3 N. Y. Life bldg. D M126 20 CLAIRVOYANTS. BUSINESS MEDIUM. 713 N. 17th St. n US OTI.MER, palmist, 715 -N. 23d; 'phone B- mAt a ... PROF. HARRY removed to 1816 Dodge st 8 1906 COSTUMES. Theatrical and mssq. Llebcn, 1018 Farnam. -1&3 COSTUMES for rent Back, 3318 8. 20th st M744 J.'4x LEICHMAN, MASQ., 2K22 Farnam. Tel. L21& M121 Fl SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. A. C. VAN SANT'8 school. 717 N. Y. Lite. Us NEB. Business aV Shorthand College. Boyd's theater. 159 MISICAL. TUOS. J. KELLY, voice. Davldge block. -i'-8 DAISY HIGGIN8. voice and piano, 2013 Leavenworth. Tel. A-2741. 92 Fl PATENTS. H J. COWGILL No fee ur.'e.s successful. 818 B. UH st. Omaha, Tel. im -ii3 PATENTS GUARANTEED Sue Co., Ooiaha, Neb. m ?U PERSONALS. LA BOOK, ladle block. tailoring, 613 Karbach Regent Baths and Halrdresslng Parlors, 2u Kamge Building, Tel. 2079. Ladies only. U PAPA Hurry home. Mamma wants you to get me a pair or Huteaon s "Patent Slip Not" Rimless Eyeglasses. Thsy're Just too swell. Can't shake off. 213 S. lth. Calitxo. U-754-F-14 ANY poor girl in need of a friend can call or write to the matron of the Salvation Army Home for Women. 3824 N. 24th st, Omaha, Neb. L Mi-4 Maylx Stammering cured. J. Vaughn, Ramge Bid. ELITE parlors, CIS 8. ISth. 3d Boor. U M961 TEL. 3265; that's ths Gats City Steam Dye ing and Cleaning works. 618 S. leih st U-M447 HELLO, ANNIE! This Is Joe. Will work late; meet me at Colombia Phonograph t o., lai Farnam, at 1M; we'll hear me free concert and buy some X. P. 6oc rec ords for 26c, especially adopted to the .dlson Phonograph. They manufacture everything in the talking macr.ine line. U M122 F18 OMAHA PLEATING CO. Pleatlnga that please. Cor. 16th and Dodge. Tol 622. U-M439 21 MEET me at Meyer-Dillon's the "yellow corner for quality" luth and Farnam. U M913 F-16 "VIA VI" way to health. 846 Bee building, Omaha. U 142 JACK Come early tonight; want you to go to the Stoecker Cigar Co. with me; papas birthday, mamma wants to pre sent him a box of Sloecker's Monogram 5c cigars. MAK1K. U 129 Fls WHAT S nicer than akcordlon pleatlngT We do nothing but the finest Goldman Pleating Co., 2o0 Douglas block. U 149 WATER'S PRINTING CO., 1212 Douglas U 146 ?iHA PTE WORKS, 1516 HOWARD, fashionable cleaners; dresses, suits, cloaks, draperies, rugs, lace curtains; we dye carpets. U M7 J23 SAVE MONEY By buying from the manu facturers. Burkley Knvelope Co., Omaha. U-r690 F12x TOM You promised to buy me a sewing machine; meet me at the Nebraska Cycle Co., loth and Harney, this afternoon; I am taking instructions In fancy sewing, rhey have the best machines I have ever used, and we can rent one for 75c a week, and they will give us credit for the rent paid when we buy. MARTHA. U 128 20 WIDOWER. 41. with two children, wants E'l", n.ot Sy'lL te: have Kd hon and Zi'S. .!? .bank; no Incumbrance; carry 86,000 life insurance. Address B R2 Bee. U Mi36 22x WILL the tall blonde young lady who was t th Boyd theater matinee Sunday and 7 ., t ' ""en on tne east side of the house, address B 83, Bee. U M134 22x RICH young man. years old. would Ilk to meet stylish young lady not over 23 must be refined and good looking. Ad dress B 98, Bee. U M133 22x MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS. MONEY TO LOAN EASY PAYMENT PLAN Yu5n Pr us as you wish. In small weekly or monthly payments, and each payment so made reduces the cost of the loan, pur rates are as low as any and a great deal lower than some. We loan on furniture, pianos, horses, wagona, etc., the property always remain ing In your possession. We also loan to w SALARIED PEOPLE J10!?... eJr own ssreement to repay. Our facilities are the best for QUICK service prona" mC' mtt0 U to Pl5-!J cm . MA,HA MORTGAGE LOAN CO 119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel 'sx (Established 1S92.) V g. i6th st X M925 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE FOR MONRY ltjroy.haA a PERMANENT MAT. ntirr rtoiiiON, on your plain uyv-v WITHOUT MORTGAGE, 1NDORSER or WKiT.Vgg ?l,9" HOUSEHOLD FUR. . . UO, eic. LiOWtt rata quick service, co'nndentlal treatment Call, write or telephone. Tol. ,JJ,Buneu, AMERICAN LOAN CO. Rooms 307-3US Paxton Block, third lioor 160tn "D" "d Bli' cJ FimviTVI.-EDON FURNITLKKgooLIVK STOCK, Low rates and eusy term. Business conna.illal. m Try ffJA J&H ? money. 433 Paxton Block. llh and i7arnm 8t. JL 121 XUNNET LOANED SALARIED PEOPLM and others with .u,ii.. "uru laigest buslne in" r ;ri7clKimciUeV: lofman. tooin 440. Chamber of Commerce X 122 MONEY loaned on plain not to aalri,i peppie; business contldtnUal- loweil rVti. 614 Psxton block. The J. A.' ilutton Co , x-ia Mi?iiEJ lon1 OI Pianos, furniture. Jew elry, horsos. cows. ttc. C. F. Red. 319 8 IX X 124 CHATTEL, salary and jewelry loans. ro,y Loan Co.. R. 8. Barker Bloca. X-126 MONEY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATE. FARM and city loans, low ratta, W. li. Ihomaa. First Nat l Bauk Bid. Tel Uui W-UII PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 837 N. Y. Ufa 4 TO 6 P. C. money, Bemls, Paxton blok. W-lO) PRIVATE money. F. P. Wead, 1520 Douglas. IA.' l j . V WANTED City loans and warranta W. Farnam Smith A Co liiv Farnam St. W-Ul FIVE per cent loans. Garvin Bros., 1604 Farnam. w 132 WANTED Real estate loans and warrants, R. C. Peters Co., Bee Bldg. W lit MONEY TO LOAN-rne Investment Co. W 134 6 farm loan it C. Patterson, 12L'4 Far nam. w 1 DRESSMAKING. MRS. CABB, dressmaking. 1910 Dodge st atu6 J IN famlllea Miss Sturdy. 809 N. 23d. M-308 Fl WANTED Sewing by the day, in families. 1630 IU. ZlSt St- M139 21X WANTED TO BORROW. WANTED To borrow 31.200 to 81.800 home money on choice Improved rental property In Omaha; security ample. Address A 4. Hee. Jfl 1 1 x rURNITl'EB FACK1M4S. Petersea Lun! berg. 116 B. 171b, Tel. L-at, al es DETECTIVES. CA-p!T-.'1l: CORMACK, H7 Karbach bloek. Tel. A-8N31 S) THE BCBOfT DKTETIVK AGENCY, 7t N. Y. LIFE. 'KLKP1IONI 3.S40. 161 FLORIST. HESS A SWOBODA. 1416 Farnam. L HENDERSON, florist 1619 Farnam St POSTOFF1CE NOTICE. (Should be read DAILY by all Interested, as changes may occur at any time). Foreign mails for the week ending Jan uary -i. 14, will close il'HUMl'Tl.l III all cases) at the General Postofnce as f Glioma: PARCEI.8-P08T MAILS close one hour earlier than closing time shown below. Regulsr and Supplementary malls close at Foreign Station half hour later than clos ing tune shown below (except that Sup plementary Malls for Europe and Central America, via Colon, close on hour later at Foreign Station). Transatlantic Mails. WEDNESDAY' At 4:30 a. m. for NAPIJCS and GENOA, per s. . Deutchland (mall fur other parts of Italy must be directed "per s. s. Deutschland"); at S:S0 a. m. for EUROPE, per s. a. Teutonic, via Oueenstown. THUR8IAY-At 7 . m. for FRANCE. SWITZERLAND. ITALY, SPAIN, POR TUGAL, Tl'RKEY, EGYPT. GREECE. BRITISH INDIA and LORENZ MAR WUEZ, per s. s. La Bretagne, via Havre (mall for other parts of Europe must be directed "per if s. La Bretagne"). SATURDAY At 6:80 a. m. for SCOTLAND. IRELAND and LIVERPOOL, per s. s. Luranla, via Wueenstown (mall for other parts of Great Britain and Europe must be directed "per a. s. Luranla ): at 6 a. m. for EUROPE, per s. s. St. Paul, via Plymouth and Cherbourg: at 8:80 a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per s. s. Kroon land (mall must be directed "per a s. rvrooniano ; at :,i a. m. ror iiAti direct, per s. s. Princess Irene (mall must be directed "Der s. a. Princess Irene"). After the closing of the Supplementary i ransatiantic mans namea above, addi tional Supplementary Malls sre opened on the piers of the Amerlcsn, English, French and German steamers, and re main open until within ten minute of the hour of sailing of steamer. Mall for Ronth and Central America, West Indies, Etc. WEDNESDAY At 12 m. for NORTHERN BRAZIL, per s. a. 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 Braxll, Argentine. Uruguay and Para- fuay must be directed "per s. s. British 'rlnce"). THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Havana imaii lor Mexico, via Progreso, Campeche and Vera Cms must be directed "per a. s. Havana"); at 8 a. M. for HERM11A, per s. s. Trinidad; at 10 a. m. for HAITI, per s. s. Prlns Wlllem V. imall for Cape Haiti. Port de Palx, Curacao, Venesuela, Trinidad, Brit ish and Dutch Uutana must be directed "per a. s. Prlns Wlllem V."); at 13 m. for MEXICO, per . s. Yumurl, via Tamplco (mall must be directed "per s. s. Yu murl"). FRIDAY At 12 m. (supplementary 12:30 p. m.) ror hahamas, per s. s. Saratoga (mall for Santiago must be directed "per m. a. Saratoga"). SATURDAY At N:30 a. m. (supplementary 9:o a. m l ror idkiu kiuo, ci kacao and VENEZUELA, per s. s. Philadelphia (mall for Savanllla and Cartagena must be directed "per s. a. Philadelphia"); at 9 a. m. for PORTO RICO (ordinary mall only), per s. s. Pathfinder, via May-agues; at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for ST. THOMAS, ST. CROIX. LEE WARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS, BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH GUI ANA, per s. e. Manoa; at 9:30 a. m. (sup plementary 10:80 a. m.) for FORTUNE) fsiND, JAMAICA. SA VANILLA, CAR TAGENA and GREYTOWN. per s. s. S'.blrla (mall for Costa Rica must be di rected "per s. . Slbtrla"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for INAGUA, HAITI and SANTA MARTA, per s. a Adirondack; at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Morro Castle, via Havana: at 12:30 j. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Curltyba, via Havana. Mail Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex cept TranspaelSe. CUBA. Via Port Tampa, Florida, close at this rmce cany, except mursaay, at o:s r. m. (the connecting malls close here on MEXICO CITY. Overland, unless specially addressed for despatch by steamer, closes at this office dally, except Sunday at 1.30 3. m. and 11:3" p. m. Sunday at 1:00 p m. and 1!:S0 p. m. NEWFOUNDLAND. By rail to North Syaney, and thence by stsamer, close at thin office dally at 8:30 p. m. (connecting malls close here every Monday, Wednes day and Saturday). JAMAICA. By rail to Philadelphia and thence by fcteamer, closes at this office at 11-30 p. m. every Bunds v. By rail to Boston, and thence by steamer, closes at this office at 6:30 p. n every Friday. MIQUELON-. By rail to Boston, and thence by steamer dully at : p. m. SEL1ZE, PUERTO ( tnence by steamer, closes at mis onto BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE MALA. By rail to New Orleana, and thence by steamer, closes at this Office dallv, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. m. and (11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1:00 p. m. and 111 30 p. m. (connecting mull closes here Mondays at 111.30 n. m ). C08TA RICA. By rail to New Orleans, ana tnence cy steamer, Closes at mis office dally, except Sunlav. at 1:30 p. m. and 111:30 p. in., Kundays at 11:00 p. m. and 111:30 p. m. (connecting mail closes here Tuesdays at 11:30 v. m.). BAHAMAS (Except r reels-Post Malls). By rail to Miami. I'l. and thence by steamer, closes at 4,11:30 p. m. every Tues day and Saturday. Registered mall closes at 6:00 p. m. pre vious day. Transpacific Mails. CHINA and JAPAN, via Tacoma (specially addressed only), close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to January 17th, inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Oanfa. CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. close here dally at 6:30 p. in. up to January 119th. Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Empress of Japan. (Merchandise for U. S. Postal Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Canada.) HAWAII. JAPAN. CHINA and PHILIP PINE ISLANDS. . via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:3u p. m. up to Janu ary -'0ih. Inclusive, for despatch psr s. s. America Maru. CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, cleee here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to Januaryy ltb, inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Toea Maru. AUSTRALIA (except West), FIJI ISL ANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, via Van couver and Victoria, B. C, close her dally at 6:30 p. m. up to Janusry 2d. Inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Moano. HAWAII, via San Francisco, close .her dally at 6:30 p. m. up to January 26th. Inclusive, for despatch per b. s. Alameda. PHILIPPINE 181.ANDB, via Ban Fran cisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to January Jrth. Inclusive, for despatch per If. S. Transport. HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to January 4:8th. incluslva for despatch per s. a TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here dally at : p. m up to February Mth. inclusive, for despatch per s s. Manpoaa. ... NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA (except tv(l NEW CALKDONIA. FIJI. SA MOA and HAWAII, via San FrancUco. close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to Feb ruary li h inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Ventura. (If th Cunard steamer car Ventura. (If the Cunard steamer car ing the British mall for New Zealand s not arrive in time to connect with is despatch, extra malls closing at ry In does 6:30 a. m., 9 30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sundays at 4:30 a. m..9:00j. m. "d p m. will be made up ana mr.,i u.. the arrival of the Cunard te"r,- . . NOTE. Unless otherwise addressed, west Australia Is forwarded via. Europe; and New Zealand and WJHl-e vU San Franclaco-lho quickest routes. Pn ,"P pines specially addressed "via Canada or F'vla Europe'' muat be fully prepaid at the foreign rates. Hawaii is forwarded via San Francisco exclusively. Transpacific malls are forwarded to port of aalling dally and the schedule of clos ing Is arranged on the preeumptlon of th"lr uninterrupted overland transit. Registered mall closes at 6:00 p. m. pre vious day. CORNEUlJg VAN COTT. Postmaster. Postoffics, New York. N. T.. January 16. 1904. RAILWAY TIME CARD. UNION STATION-IOTH AND MARC Y. Illinois Central. Leave. Arrive. Chicago Express a 7.60 pm ali:35 pm mil.-1. M imieaDolla A St. Paul Limited a 7:60 pm s 1:05 am Minneapolis 4k Bt. Paul Express b 7:60 am bl0:36 pm Fast Chicago a 8:40 am a 7:66 am Local Chicago all:30 am Mail .a 8:10 pm a 8:30 am Luce) Sioux City b 3 46 pm Daylight Bt Paul a 7.60 am aie.09 pa 4.ILWAY TIME CARD. daylight Chicago Limited Chicago Fast Chicago ,,, I-ocal Chicago ... Fast St. Paul Sr. Paul Express Fast Mall I.oca Sioux City. 8:00 am 8:28 pm 6 60 pm 4:26 pm 8:16 pm a11:20 pm a "16 a a 3:46 1 a 7:06 sm a 9:26 sm a 8:40 pm a 9:?0 am bio 36 am bl0:36 an a 6:10 pri 6:10 pm ..b 4 00 pm 8:06 sm 8:06 am Norfolk A Bone-steel a Lincoln A Iong I'lne. b ifiinwooa, not springs A Lincoln i i 1 60 pm Casper A Wyoming Ex.d lla.Mnv, Siin.rln, mwA i i:w pm Albion b 1:60 pm b 1:10 pn I'nloa ParlSe Overland Limited a 9 40 am a 8:06 pnt The Fast Mall a 8:60 am , a 3:20 pM California Express a 4:20 pm The Chicago --Portland Special a 3:20 pm The Chicago -Portland Special g 6:3ft pm Eastern Express a 6:30 pro The Atlantic Express a 7:30 am The Colorado Special.. all :S6 pm a 3:40 am Chicago Special a 8:40 ant Lincoln, Beatrice and Stromsbnrg Express. .b 4:00 pm WI I6 pn Columbus Local b 6:00 pm b 9:36 ant Cbleago Great Western. St. Paul A Mlnntapoll Limited rr... , Bt Paul A Minneapolis Express a Chicago Limited a St. Paul. Minneapolis A Chicago Express a Chicago Express a 7:15 an a :70 pm 10:30 am 7:3$ am 4:60 pm 3:80 pm 4:30 am 14:06 prl Chicago, Mllvraakee A St. Fas Chicago Daylight a Chicago Faat Express.. a Overland Limited a De Moines Express a 7:66 am 6:46 pm 8:90 pm 7:66 am a1l:lS pm a 3:10 pr.i 8:10 art a 3:10 pm Wabash. Bt. Loul "Cannon Ball" Express a 6:65 pm a 8:20 am Bt. ImiIs Local, Coun cil Bluff 9:15 am 10:30 pm Mlsaonrl Pacific. St. Louis Express a 10. 00 am a 6:26 pr.i K. C. A St. L. Express.. al0:6u pm a 6:13 am Chicago, Mock Island A Pacific. EAST. Chicago Daylight L't'd.a 8:56 am a 3:50 nm Chicago Daylight Loo'l.a 7:0 am a 9:.'j pm Chicago Express bll:15 am it i n, pm Des Mollies Express. ...a 4:30 pm bll.fc'i am Chicago Fast Express, .a 6:30 pm a l:-o urn WE8T. Rocky Mountain L't'd..a 7:30 am a 7;25 pr.i Lincoln, Colo. Springs. Denver, Pueblu and West a 1:30 pm a 8:00 pn Texas, California and Oklahoma Flyer a 4:10 pm al2:40 pm Bl'RLINUTON STATION lOtk A MASON. Chicago, Barllng-toa A Ualacy. Leave. Arrive. Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 3:6i pre Chicago Veatlbuled Ex. a 4:00 pm a 7:46 hit Chicago Local a 9:18 am all.-oo pm Chicago Limited a 8:05 pm a 7:46 im Fast Mail 2:46 pm Borllaaton A Mlasoarl River. Wymore, Beatrice and Lincoln a 8:50 am Nebraska Express a 8:oo am Denver Limited a 4:10 pm h12 ftS nm a 7:45 pm a b:4a am BiacK inns ana ruxni Sound Express all:10 pm a 8.30 pm uoioraao v csiiuuiea Flyer Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:67 pm Fort Crook and i'latts- mouth b 3:10 pm Bellevue A Pacific Jet.. a 7:60 pm Bellevue A Pacific Jet.. a 3:30 am a 3:30 pm u 9:08 am M0:3 am a 8:-7 am Kansas City, St. Joseph A Council Blaffs. Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 9:16 am a 6:05 pm St. Louis Flyer a 5:26 pm all:0o am Kansas City Night Ex..al0:46 pm a :30 nm WEBSTER DEPOT 15th A WEBSTER. Missouri Pacific. Nebrsska Local, via Weeping Water , Chicago, St. tm, Omaha. Leave. Arrive. b 4:10 pm al0:35 am Minneapolis a Twin City P&esenger. Sioux City Passenger.. Oakland Local .b 6 30 am b 9:10 pro .a 3:00 pm ail:2jam .b 5:46 pm b 9:10 am a Dally, b Daily except 8uiiday. d Daily xcept Saturday. Dally except IJonday. OCEAN r-TEAttERS. HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE. Kew Twia-Serew Btesmsrs of ll.foo Tana MCW TORK-KOTTXKDAM, vli SOUUK1NS. Balling TjMdir, st 10 a. oi. Itottsrasm Fab, I t. BaUidan Msr. 1 Blatsr4rK Feb. 1? RotitriUm Mr. I Sistsndsm K,b. tl Moofsm star. 31 oly. x might onlr. ROUAND-AM ERICA UNI, 4 bssrborn St., .Chi r(o. III. ; Harry noon s. 1401 Fsrnsra 8t. ; )'. Nuthrrfonl, lit rarua St.; S. B. Keyneldt. 1M ysrssm St. FIX HOWE F0RHARRY REED Connty Commissioner la Star Cham ber Session Provide ttoarters for Assessor. The county commissioners met yesterday morning and called the roll, after which they went Into a "star chamber" session. At their session yesterday afternoon th county commissioner formally decided to et aside a space north of the county clerk office for the use of Assessor Harry D. Reed. There Is a large apace In this section of the court house which ha been partitioned off into small Jury room. It Is th plan of the commissioner to take out thesoss,. improvised and hurriedly constructed divi sion and thus create a large room for the assessor. Th Jury room will be trans ferred to th top floor of the court house, where a largo number of unused rooms may be utilised for that purpose. Th commissioner also approved the bond which had been furnished by parties who secured contract for supplying th county with food stuff, and other neces sities during the year. COLORED MAN IS THE SUSPECT Arrested on Sasalrlen of Betas Tkl.l Who Snatched Watch irons HI Crodaloa Viet las. Will Bmith, colored, is held at the police station on suspicion of being th man who snatched a watch from th pocket of N. McMullen In the alley back of a saloon st Douglas and Eleventh streets Monday ' night. While standing at th lunch wagon at Twelfth and Douglas streets Monday night N, McMullen of 2603 Valley street was In vited by a stranger to Join him In a drink at a nearby saloon. McMullen accepted th Invitation and started to walk south on Twelfth street, when th stranger matched his watch and chain and pro ceeded to move along the line of least resistance with McMullen In pursuit The Btrsnger succeeded In getting away. Mc Mullen has had th watch thirteen years and he think th timepiece will eventually be returned to blm. BUY BRANCH PIANO HOUSE gCBBteller A Maeller Bay Concern la glens City and May Take Another. Bchmoller A Mueller have added another branch to their ytom of piano and music houses by the purchase of th Stratton Music company of Bloux City. Thsy also are negotiating with the Dean Muslo com pany of sam place, with th Idea of merging the two concern as their branch, pii stratton company had gone Into th hand of a receiver and the stock was bought at a very low figure. The Bchmoller A Mueller company has grown rapidly lnc It beginning here. Th first branch opened up waa In Council Bluffs and during this year a second branch was set up In Lincoln. No Venom In 'Em. No poisonous purgative enter Into Dr. King's New Life Pills. Easy, but prompt, they cur or no pay. Only 26e. For sal by stubs A Co, Or- 1 T A I V Vi v