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TTJE OMAHA DAILY BEE: PATTKPAT. JAyUATIT 21. IMS.
SPECIAL NOTICES
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for laaa than Wa the Iril laser.
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Advertisers, hr rnlf aa
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will ba dallrerad aa arcacatatlaa af
check.
MISCELLANEOUS
1905 WINTER TERM OF
BOYLES COLLEGE
IS NOW- OPEN.
Yet It ta Not Too Lata to Enter.
Business. Shorthand and Typewriting;
Normal. English, t'lvll Service and Teleg
raphy (nurses. DAY AND NIOHr.
In shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping and
penmanship. Send for catalogue toly.
elating whether Interested In mall lessons
or resident work. II. H. Boyle. President.
J81h and Harney afreets. Omaha,
TRY KKLLT B TOWEL SUPPLY. T-
PRfeSSORIUM
Clothe Pressed. .131
Farnam. U-91
CITY SAVINGS BANK pays P1
Pianos for Rent,
1.1 M4 00-New Pianos. High grade. Rnt
allowed It you purchase. Pfn!', P'".n.0
Company, 16U Farnam. Telephone .01.
Open evenings.
EAGLE Losn Office, reliable. cd.a'"
in; all business confidential. 1S01 R5i
ANTI-monopoly Garbage Co.
Tel. 1779.
a N. lth.
R-626
STOVE &FURNACEREPAIR5
Tel. l9. 121)7 Doug. Omaha Blove Kk""
1'., MELCHOIR. machln worka, 13h,an1
Howard.
It-6:
OMAHA Bafe and Iron works makes a spe
cialty of fire escapee, shutters, doors and
safes. O. Andrecn, prep., M B. JR,hJ1tjtf
5 P. C. YEAR
1 rom fouO to to.Ouu loans on real estate at
6 PER CENT PER TEAK. All good loans
wanted. Call or write and get my sys
tem. W. L. Eastman. llwi Farnarn.
Omaha. K Mi-J
WE build to order and furnish free estl
' mates for repairing and reflnlahing pianos.
Write for catalogue or "phone 1626.
Bchmoller & Mueller, 1813 Far nam St.
R 404 Fll
D. W. DUDGEON, the expert PLUMBER.
Two 'phones; 1966 and L2S78.
R M99S M7
CITY STEAM LAUNDkY.
2U KOUTH U'lH. TKL. 264.
,1V trust everybody. Flannels and colored
goods laundered at our risk.
R-M172 J22
TRAVELING bags, suit cases. Stetson
hats. C. H. Frederick Co.. 16U4 Fa mam.
R 745 F18
JQUITABLE Ufa Assurance -Strongest
In the World " H. D. Neely, Mgr., Aif r
chanta National bank. 11744 F18
ADV. CUTS VVHEATON, BEE BLDG.
R-743
yOR expert piano moving telephone 1625.
Bchmoller at Mueller, 1311 Farnam.
R 406 Fit
MECHANICAL draughting, tracing and
blue printing; map making a specialty;
work guaranteed. J. Emery Lester, 430
Paxton block. Omaha, Neb. 'Phone 179s.
R-943
CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Pullbln, l&a Farnam. 'Phone 784.
R 682
PRE8SORIUM, beat eleanera and dyera.
1324 Farnam. Tel. 8800. R-601
COAL New kind aoft coal, "Yukon" Egg,
$6.23 ton. Harmon & Weeth, 'phone 2417.
K-Wbl
KAGLR loan office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all buslnesa confidential. 13'Jl Dougles.
R Muol
Om perfect work disarm criticism, dls
rouragea prejudice and makes friends.
' That something eaaantial to satisfaction
Is always found In a Chicago Laundry
bundle. 214 No. Itith. Tel. 2u6.
R-M728 F1S
FAILING EYESIGHT RESTORED Our
New Torio lena Is the latent wonder In
optical science. The field of view Is en
Urged more than live times. They cost
more than other lens and they are worth
It. Consultation free. Huteson Optical
Co., 2ia So. Itith, Paxton block.
R-M719 Fig
BUSINESS CHANCES
DO YOU want to buy, sell, rent or ex
change your property or business, borrow
money quick? Bee Compton-Watts Co.,
606 I'lxton block. Y 631
WHEN you want to buy. sell or exchange
your property or business quick see J. li.
Johnson, U N. Y. Life. 'Phone L 270.
Y-632
ATTORNEYS, everywhere, if you have an
account, note or claim of any kind against
person, firm or corporation we can settle
It for you THE NEW BNOW-CHURCH
49U, auaua floor N. Y. Life. 'Phone 132.
Y-106
ABBOTT-COWAN CO., let Nat Bk. bldg.,
can get you In or out of business. Y
BHOLES-ARMSTRONG CO., 722 N. Y. Life.
Tel. 4. Y-634
FOR HALE Blacksmith shop, 18th and
Cuming at. Apply Mra. Bhield. 1811 Elm
street. Y-MM2
A GOOD hotel, well furnished, doing good
buslneas. In central Nebraska, fur sale
or will exchange for good farm or ranch
lands. Willie Cadwell, Broken Bow, Neb.
Y-7ti
FOR SALE, first-class meat market, doing
large business; must sell on account of
poor health. Address P 41, Bee.
Y-M70S 24x
FOR BALE New millinery stock and build
ing containing aame; either aepaiate or
together; town of 1.600 In northwest Iowa:
for particulars addreaa S S3, Omaha Bee.
-Y-M71I 24
HOMESTEADS 40 acrea of government
land in the North Platte district. This
land was reeerved for Irrigation, but will
soon be thrown open for entry. Send 26o
In stamps for full Information to Edger
lon'a W estern Land Agency. Fremont.
Neb. T M730 2J
ok halk Drug and grocery store In
southern Nebraska; wllllnvolce about $7.-
emmu lor selling, Dau nealth. Ad.
' dreaa S 46, Omaha Bee. Y M763 24x
TOR. RALE OR RENT Maloney Theater
,itoinuiK. low-low-,. vHpitoi avenue; fox
li feot ground floor apace. Aj.ply to
jifnrjr nunni, 009 javenworin est.
Y-T70
FOR SALE Great bargain In atock hard
ware In good a. w. Iowa town. Adrirea
S. C, Bee. V M7 22x
FOR SALE HORSES & WAGONS
FINE 6376 pneumatic Stanhope, nearly new
$15; open pneumatic, runabout, $oy. Drum
mond, 16th and Harney. P 642
Nt,W sample buggiea and farm wagons for
sale cheap. Andersen-Mlllard Co., 1&1(
Capitol Ave. P-121 31
GOOD carriage, runabout wagon and har
ness, cheap. Johnaon & Dauforth. S W.
cor. 10th and Jonea Sta. P M45S
WANTED rTO BUY
SHONFELT), the ANTIgfABIAN. IS N.
Y. Life, pays highest price (or books.
Tel. Mas. N-eqQ
erfXND HAND gents' clothing and ehnea.
4V No. lik ay K-U771 n
WANTED MALE HELP
Winter Term
OF THE
Omaha Commercial College,
17th and Douglas, NOW OPEN.
New classes in a.t ucpaitmenta. Send for
catalogue at once.
MEN TO LEARN barber trade; free rail
road fare upon our lailura to convince
you of this oemg tne Bl!ii and only re
nuDle. mohi practical Ls roe r college In
l lie United Stales. Write fur catalogue
tiAi.y. Western barbers' Institute,
Omana, Neb. B 64e
W ANTED FOR U. 8. ARM Y Able-bodied
unmarried mt-n, between ages ot il and Ho,
citiaensot I nited States, of good charac
ter and temperate haoits, who speak, read
and vrite 4-.ngilgli. Kor information apply
to Recruiting Otticer. lain and Dougiaa
Sts., ornha, Lincoln, Neb., or bloux t ity.
la. B
U" YOU are not working and desJr J
good aituatlon. call on u. lou will nna
it to your advantage.
Call or Hend aiamp lor list.
THE WtSlEltN REf. at BONDA S.
I WANT and furnish drug clerks, drug
tores and doctors. Kniesl, 7tl i".
WANTED Men to sell garden aeeda to the
farmers; write me lor lerms at once; big
w ages can be made. Address O. P.
lin. Beedsman, Red Oak, la. B Mil
SOLICITORS, either sex, every town,
W heaton-W alker, w Bee Bldg. B-Mb.O
IF YOU are In need of a position call and
have a ' heart-to-heart" talk with HAKI,
THE EXPERT, 401 N. Y. Life.
B Mt83
WANTED A good man who hae an ee-
tabllshed traoe can make a good thing
carrying our line of clothing in Ne
braska. Liberal commission paid to right
man. None but tlrst class man with
good referencea need apply. Address
Blayden-Klrksey W oolen Mill. Wco- Tei"
Mil 4
WANTED men everywhere; good pay; to
distribute circulars, adv. matter, tack
algns, etc.; no canvassing. Address Na
tional AdvertlHlng Co., luO Oaklnnd Bank
building, Chlciigo, 111. B M783 22x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED, expert chocolate dippers- W. 8.
BaldutT, 1620 Farnam. C-74 22
WANTED, experienced cook with good ref
erences. 2211 SU Mary s ave.
C M755 22x
WANTED A good girl for general house
work. 424 No. 23d St. C M760 22x
WANTED, experienced crockery sales
woman. Apply 1318 Farnam. C M748 22
WANTED Competent girl for general
honxpwork; small family; good wages.
Apply 611 So. fflth ave. C M777 23x
WANTED Good cook. Apply to Mrs. F.
8. Cowglll, 3177 Davenport st.
C-M778 22
WANTED SITUATION
GOOD housekeeper at Canadian office, 16th
and Dodge. A 648
WANTED, position as manager of cloth
ing, dry gooua or gen. mate, store; ten
years' experience with good stores; Al
reference. Addres Mgr., Box 227, Ge
neva, Neb. A MStfO 21x
POSITION wanted In hardware or grocery
Store Dy exporienceu yuuim man, giruu
references. Herbert Bassinger, Bancroft,
Neb. A-M718 21 x
YOUNG man, now employed, who haa had
experience aa solicitor, desires out-door
position; can furnish best of references.
Address S 43, Bee. A M761 21 x
WANTED Position by experienced male
stenographer; grain or railroad business
preferred. 8 47. care Bee. A 768 21x
SITUATION WANTED Young widow with
one child desires place as huuxeKeeper
for lone gentleman. Address Mrs. F.
Jewel, Leroy, Minn., R. F. D. No. 3.
A-M7T7 B2r
AGENTS WANTED
WANTED Agents who enn furnish sub
stantial references to sell first mortgage
guaranteed bonds (interest bearing). Lib
eral commission. W. B. Wainewright Co.,
Laughlln building, Los Angeles.
; J-rMTP! r ,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR BALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds;
ensy payments. Send for catalogue.
Brunswlck-Balke-Collender, 407 8. 10th St.,
Omaha. Q M429
COMPLETE line new and 2d-hand furnl
ture. Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge.
Tel. 2020. Q 670
tND-HAND safe cheap. Deright, HID Far
nam. Q 6&0
Electrical Supplies at a Bargain
V e nave about 2ai leei u MrtuiuV.i .anc
light cable and one Soo ampere knife
switch. Addreaa Bee Building Co., or see
V. H. Bridges, engineer. Bee Building,
Omaha, Qtei
SECOND-TTAND
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
If you want a bargain In steam fittings call
and look over the following supplies;
!.6-lncli Jenkin s globe valve.
1 6-Inch gate valve.
1.8-inch Austin horizontal separator.
1.4-Inch Austin vertical separator.
l.G 11. P. horizontal engine.
These have been taken out on account of
changes in our steam plant and are In
good condition. Address Bee Building Co..
or see W. li. Bridges, engineer. Bee build-
- ing, 4muha. Q A32
TWO HEAVY STEEL HORIZONTAL
TUBULAR BOILEKS FOR BALE
Two boilers, 100-horse power, which have
been used but six years, made of firebox
steel, triple rlvlted butt and strap jointa
Insurance company permits of pressure
of 126 pounds. They are now In use and
can be seen at boiler house, rear of Bee
building. Can be delivered at once.
Call or address W. J I. Bridges, engi
neer. Bee building, Omaha, y Mu2
100 KINDS of Mineral Water. Sherman
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. Q 681
H. P. ENGINE.
We hav one six-horse power horizontal
?."o1" i, Zh? engine haa never been used.
W ill aell it for about one-half price. W II.
Bridges, engineer. Be building. '
Q-U3
FOR SALE, several scholarships In a first
class standard school In Omaha, compris
ing complete course In business, ahort-
"""" v"" i una. inquire at Bee
office. of.i
CORN cribbing, tel. poles, long Br timbers.
WuZ&V whit btJ
PULLEYS AND COUNTERSHAFTS
AT A BARGAIN.
10 Pulley, from 8 In. to 48 In. In diameter
3 Countersigns complete. ammeter,
10 Feet 1 7-14 In. ahalUng. with couplings
and hangera.
40 Feet 1 15-18-ln. ehaftlng. with couplinga
end bangers, together with about Suu tmS.
of belting from 3 to In. "uuul
These are all In first-class condition W
11. Bridges, Engineer, Bee building.
W 111
MANTLES, all kinds. 1407 Harney.
Q-338
BUTCHER BLOCKS cheap. 1407 Harneyv
W 33?
ALMOST new Densmore Tvnearlter 7"...'
ritlce; canh or time payments. Bchmoller
Q-4U6 Fll
OLDS gasoline enginea and pumpers are
reliable, durable and economic, i
eral allghtly used bargaina. Dept. C.. nig
"' W ,3a 26
FOR SALE, cheap. Ice box, 8x10; haa been
used one month. C. H. Bitlduff. Fremont
V.' ) . ...... ...
FOR BALE Thoroughbred St. Bernard
pupa Inquire 3u-3 Cliaiiea St.
Q-769 22x
ONE rollectlnn of old and rare coins, left
" .-w iiv. lotii. , y JVliti, 2LX
FOI'H t-howcasea and shehing; also 60
watches, cheap. 306 No. 161 h
Q M774 22x
ONE lutsa violin. 2 'celloe and 1 viola
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
A. C. VAN HANT S achool, 717 N. Y. Life.
etl
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
ROYAL HOTEL, European. 16th as Chics go.
J3.
DEWEY, European hotel, 13th and Farnim.
c U 1
VIENNA HOTEL, mil Farnam; fine rooms.
laaies csie, private dining r.; open-nigrus.
E 650
11.09 to $200 per week, 422 S. 18th St., on
DiocK aoutn or court house. . in
SOUTH front parlor. 2024 St. Mary's Ave.
vi i j i
SINGLE room; modem; furnace. IRIS Chi
cago at. K M725 22x
TWO well furnished parlors, steam heated;
ano nousekeeplng rooms, leiepnone ran.
2234 Farnam. Flat . E 734 22x
FI'RNISHED cottage. 6 rooms; north part
vi wwb-Aooreas a i, jaee
E 74 25X
LARGFi pleasant front room, with alcove;
noi water neat. 1617 aas. b-M.W zzx
LIGHT housekeeping unit Bleeping rooms.
in xaxoia. jta iiowarci. tuM.bi zx
VERT desirable, nicely furnished front
room; private family: s mo.: heat and
gas; reference. Address S 45, Bee.
E M753 22x
FURNISHED room for two gentlemen at
14 a week; modern house. Z216 i alifornla.
E 760 21
FT'RNISHED rooms for either light house
keeping or sleeping. 407 No. ISth st.
Phone B2784. E M784 23x
TWO neatly furnished rooms, modern; fur-
nnce and electric light; private family:
gentleman preferred: SS.00 per month;
reference. 1921 St. Mary's ave.
E-MTRr. 23
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
O. M. E.. TEL. 6U.
MESSENGERS AND BAGGAGE.
F-654
THK SHELTON, 25th and Dodge, Ideal
home tor me winter; pleasant rooms,
strictly modern, horn cooking; reason
able. F-6?6
2618 FARNAM ST., two large rooms on first
floor, single or en suite; steam heat, first
class board; prices very reasonable.
F M428
SMALL furnace-heated room, with board.
2410 CaSS. r 716 20
NICELY furnished room with board; rates
reasonable; moaern conveniences; tele
phone, etc. Apply 618 So. l!th. -
F-M729 21x
ROOMS and board. 1811 Capitol ave.
Al i m mx
ROOM and board for two; board by the
week. 118 N. 25tli. F M733 22
FIRST-CLASS day board. 1823 Capitol ave.
r M768 Z2x
LARGE, warm front room, suitable for
two; also board. 1914 Farnam.
F-M780 23
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
FOUR unfurnished rooms for housekeeping;
ngm ana neai lumisnea. bis a. tn sr.
G-737 22
TWO unfurnished room for light houit
Keeping; walking distance. 523 N. 20th.
O M7D2 22 x
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
.MONEY
WE LOAN ON
Furniture.
Pianos,
Live Stock,
Salaries.
WE GIVE
Rest Rates,
Easy Payments,
Quiet Service,
Any Tim.
WE WANT
Your Buslnesa
If You Ever
Borrow Money,
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2236.
(Established 1892.) 306 8. 16th St.
X-06
LOANS made on all kinds of chattel se
curities, also on SALARIES.
Low Rates. Easy Terms.
Quick and Confidential Service.
Call on us If In need of MONEY.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
633 Paxton Block.
X-807
The J. A. Hutton Co.
LOANS ON SALAKIia AiMJ CHATTELS.
614-616 Paxton Block.
X-609
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and other without security; easy pay
ments; largest business in 49 principal
cities. Tolman, Room 714. N. Y. Life.
X 610
MONEY loaned on furniture, salary,
horses, etc.: half usual rates. Dr. Prebbe
now. room 214. at 2o S. 16th St. Tel. B-2964.
X 6V1
MONEY loaned on salary, furniture. Jew
elry, horses. Duff Green Loan Co., 8
Barker block. X 613
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 B. 13.
X 614
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. STAR
LOAN CO., 644 PAXTON BLOCK.
X 615
BEE FULLER, 426 Paxton block, for loan
on watches, diamond and Jewelry.
. X 616
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co.. 1604 Farnam St. X 617
SALARY and chattel loans. Templcton,
311 Be Bldg. X 618
BOWEN'S MONET, 'easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, horse, cows. Jewelry. Plain
not It steadily empldyed. 703 N. Y. Life.
X M4.M
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loan, ft. C. Peter & Co.
W-636
FARM and city loans; lowest ratea. W. H.
Thomaa. Ftrat Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1W8.
W-636
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wad, 1620 Douglas
W 40
WANTED City loans and warrant W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
W-638
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
W-639
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. Loweat rates.
W-641
LOWEST rates on city property: 6 per cent
on farms in eastern jxeorasaa. Derma,
Paxton block.
W-631
PATENTS
II. A. 8TURGIES. reglatered attorney; pat
cents, trade marks, copyrights, no fee un
less successful. 617 N. Y. Life, Omaha.
-M739
DCN'T GET A PATENT
until you know how. My experience and
advice In patent maitera free. Address J.
Fmery Lester, 430 Paxton block, Omaha,
Nb - 914
FOUND
FOUND By Omaha Milling Co. lady a
purse. Found 736 21
Orpheum tickets free to Want fid
patrons. Bring your WfiNT fiD to The
Bee and get a
TICKET FUEE
For particulars gee large ad on pat
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
17 ACRES
Just north of Florence, on main road.
Good place for a gardener I2,nr.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
212 8. 14th St.
RE 766 22
Williamson Co.. v Jw
RE 662
FOR SALE One note of 1,W0. due In one
year, secured by lirst mortgage on good
Improved Umuha property, Twarlng 6 per
cent Interest, payable semi-annually; also
one note foe $1,600. due on or before three
years, Interest at 6 per cent, payable
semi-annually, secured by flrat mortgage
on good property. Both are absolutely
safe and given by respectable parties.
Addreaa the owner, 3 26, Bee office.
RE-M463
THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY
FARMER
This agricultural weekly goea to 60,000
homes of farmers and stork raisers, so If
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you wiii rtnd a buyer
among them. The cost of an advertisement
Is small 2 cents per word in small type or
S2.S0 per inch If set in large type.
FARMS FOR SALE
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kantua, Coioraoo and Wyoming;
low price; ten years' time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. H. Co., Omaha, Neb. Dept. "A. '
HE 544
FARMS FOR SALB
Six quarter sections of good improved farm
laud near Bt. Kuwarus, in Buone county,
Nebraska, from 4i to tui per acre, ac
cording to Improvements. Terms one
fourth caxh, balance ten years at 6V4
per cent Interest.
GEORGE oc CO., 1601 Farnam St.. Omaha.
RE M442 22
I
FARMS FOR RENT
10 ACREs six miles N. W. city S3 per acre.
60 acres three miles west of city, 4-room
house, near car line io per acre.
GliWRUE e CO., 16ul i ARNAM ST.
697 23
FOR RENT HOUSES
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
D 667
HOIKF5; - Davis Co.. 608 Bee bldg.
THE Omaha Van nnd Storage Co. pack,
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse,
11JO-24 N. 19tli. Oltlce, 1611M Farnam.
Tel. 1669. D-669
WE MOVE Pianos. Maggard Van 4k Stor
age Co. Tel. 1496. Office 1713 Webster su
D 670
HOI IF ln " parte of the city. R. C.
nuuaci) Peter & Co., Be Building.
mi . D 671
McOauley Exprdaa-Co. for moving, storage,
baggage delMfOj. 61 B. 16th. Tel. 1464.
' ' D-674
People's, Bx. Co,i hauls trunk. 'Phone 4262,
D M168 J23
JETT Cleans, isys carpet. A-S302. 2017 Cum.
D-M368
2668 DOUGLAS, S ROOMS, 327.60.
D M424
4-ROOM house, 1B)8 Military ave. 6-rootn
house 26uS Decatur St. Chris Boyer, :;2d
and Cuming. Tel. 2049. , D M710 .
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
We have vacant a particularly desirable
small office, which rents for 310.00 per
month, price I mimics heat, light, water
and Jaintor service. It la located on the
fourth Moor or The Beo Building and
Is Just the thing lor any one wanting
a nice little office in the best office build
ing In town. It. C. Peters & Co., Rental
Agent?, Ground Floor Bee Building.
1771
8-BTORY and basement brick building, 1003
Farnam, 22x100, hydraulic elevator, auit
nble for wholesale or manufacturing. 314
First Nut'l Bank building. 1-666
FOR RENT, at 916 Farnam St., over 6.000
square feet of floor space; can be used
for storage or light manufacturing; will
rent all or ptrt at a reasonable figure.
'Phone 2702. 1697 .
IF you apply at once we can give any
one deairlng a large office space, almost
any arrangement they desire. This space
is on the sixth floor of The Bee Building,
with north light. R. O. Peters & Co.,
Rental Agent, Ground Floor Bee Building.
1-772
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Before April 1st. a modern
houHe of twelve or more rooms. Must
be in good neighborhood. Address: S 27,
. Bee. K M4G6
WANTED, place for student to work for
board and room. Address Omaha Com
mercial College, or telephone 12X9.
K-69 23
WANTED, room and board In private fam
ily by young man who will be permanent;
state price. Address 8 44, Ree.
K-M750 21 x
"PENNY CASH REGISTER," poatoffice
dept., 606 So. 13th St. K M7H2 22
FOR EXCHANGE
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column put an ad In and you will soon
get It. Z-983
WILL EXCHANGE New Sawver circle
and oval picture mat and glass cutting
machine for a No. 1 Edison mimeograph,
ln good condition. Addreaa S 26. Hee.
Z-M681 21
FIRST-CLASS confectionary, notion and
tigar business, for sale or exchange for
equal value. Fine fixtures, large fountain,
central location, c-lnep rent, opposite pub
lic, school; fresh complete stock and up to
date.
What have you to exchange for a aolld gold
watch, Raymond movements.
Five acres, duslrable clear land adjoining
Dundee Place on the west. ,
Three wire spring cots, good aa new.
Ttrge soda fountain and copper tnnks.
Drug fixtures, counters cases, stock bottle.
Double-barrel ahotgun. also rllie.
C. J. Canan, 1715 Iavenworth St.
-74 vT
' DANCING ACADEMY
MORAND'S mld-wlnter term for adult be
ginners will open on Friday, January 6.
Lessons Tuesday and Friday. 8 p. m.
Save $2 by Joining the first of the term;
success guaranteed. Children meet Sat
urday. 3 p. m. Private lessons dally.
Always open; Sundays 2 to 5 p. m. Call
lath and Harney, or Tel lo41.
M198 J23
CHAMBERS, society and stagej new
classes now forming. 'Phone F-lkil.
M73?
OSTEOPATHY
Johnson Institute. 615 N.Y.Lif bldg. Tel 1664.
xYRH JOHN R. Ml'HK'K. Osteopathy Pliy
aii ian ; office, Duglua block. Tel. 2K3.
PR FAR WET. l specialty nervous disease.
(U N. J. i-U
PERSONAL
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. Mrs. Dr. King, 606 N. 16th.
Tel. 3669. U 108 Jl
LARSON JOHN80N. cut rates to all
points. 1406 Farnam. Tel. B2113. Mem
ber American Ticket Broker' Ass n.
ft K05
'PHONE 701 and a man will call and tune
tour piano; iz. rerneia i'iano -o., ion
'arnam. U oS3
THEATRICAL masq. costumes. Lleben,
1410-12 Howard. U-694
"VJAVL" way to health. 360 Be Bl-
L 690
THE Salvation Army solicit caM-off cloth
ing; In fact anything you do not neea;
we collect, repair and aell for cost of col
lecting to the worthy poor. Call, phone
41S5 and wagon will call. U-611
OMAHA Stammerer' Institute. Ramge Blk.
U 696
MAt""lNPTir treatment baths. M me.
IXlAUlN C 1 11 Bmith. 118 N. IS, 3 "-J1
HELP FOR THE DEAF. FREE TESTS.
Massacon cure middle-ear trouble.
Acouatlcon aids the hearing as glame
do the eye. Hutchison Acoustic Co.,
N. Y. Life Bldg. 'Phon 1999. . .
TRY KELLEY'B LAUNDRY. 'I'HONJ')-
TRUSSES made ana fitted to men. women
and children. 14o8 Farnam St.
THE H. J. PEN FOLD CO.
ACCORDION and SUNBURST
PLEATING, RUCHING BUTTONS
Send for price list and Sample.
THb GOLDMAN PL.bAl.ING CO..
2u0 Douglas aloe. 1 el. 1936
U 600
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths. 720 B. 13th.
U-ul
DON'T fool with your eyes; be careful who
examine tl.em; we test eyes tree fur
g la sets and guarantee satisfaction.
THE H. J. PEN FOLD CO.,
Leading Optlciana. 14o8 Farnam.
U-601
CHRONIC and nervou diseases success
fully treated. Dr. Jackaon, 8X1 Ramge blk.
U ti Ji5
SCOTT'S DIGESTIVE TABLETS Guaran
teed by Kuhn & Co., 16th ec Douglas Bts.
U-M666 31
F. WM. KRELLE Architect, 604 Bee bldg.
Tel. 8096. , U M974 F6x
EXPERT PIANO tuning by factory tuners.
Bchmoller & Mueller, 1313 Farnam. Tel.
1626. U 4u3 Fll
PPPQ4MPI1 1M Clothes Preased. J32
s ii.;jvimuiii Farnam.
U 621
WE rent aewlng machlnea 76c week. We
repair all makes of machines. Second
hand machines $6 to 310. Neb. Cycle Co.
Tel, 1668. Cor. 16th and Harney. U 400
W. H. GREEN of Wayland, N. Y.. left
for South Dakota June last; heard from
once at Elmwood, Nen., a here all trace
was lost. Jlelght 6 fee., age 48, weight
176; quite bald, brown moustache. Infor
mation regarding him would be rewarded
by Mra. W. H. Green, Wayland, N. Y.,
box L . U-M682 4x
HOMELESS CHILDREN.
Eighteen boya for adoption, ranging In
ages from years down to 1 month, at
the Child Saving Institute, 1806 Ohio st,
L-M779 23x
WANTED Location for small millinery
stock. Mr. G., Box 458, Cedar Rapids,
la- U M786 22
MEDICAL
no ,avJWomen ONLY.
hnFASP'a Mohly Regulator haa
brought happlnes to hundreda of anxious
"e":,11 P?'. no danger, no Interfer
ence with work; relief in 3 io 6 daya. We
w n n"vJer knowr of a single failure.
Mail orders promptly filled. Price, i
RRir7 L ITh ftALMO,N.D REMEDY CO .
R. 87. 84 Adams 8t.. Chicago. o3
DRhPRIES ,,rt" uccesafully all diseases
and Irregularities of women, from any
caiiso; experienced and reliable. Address-.
Omaha. ' 1611Vi Dodee Bt'
PRIVATE home during confinement; b.
ble adopted. The Good Samaritan Sani-
L"r,'u5?i l8t v- Council Bluffs. I.
lei. 774. og
PR.IVAJ"R ,ho,rne during confinement; bl
..If.8 .buar,ded ind e-dP,l. Mr. Garden.
1'216 Charles. Tel. A 2618. '
CLAIRVOYANTS
GYLMER, scientific palmlat. 716 N. 23d
8-61J
MRS. FRITZ. Clairvoyant. 1621 Leaven-worth-
B-M359
MRS. BELL O'NEAL (colored), scientlllo
palmist, mystic card reader. Advice on
all affnlrs of life, photos read. 2214
North Twenty-first. S M462 21x
MRS. I. S. BOiER, nee MMe. Viola, with
out asking a question, givea satisfactory
advice on all affairs of life, direct on
road to happlnewe and prosperity; re
liable safeguard from rocka of failure and
misfortune; those wishing development In
cialrvoyaRcy or spiritualism call 9 a in
and arrange for same; wonderful develop
ment In 6 sittings; trial reading Inc. 2jS
N. 17th st. Phone B-2647. 8 MBS7 21x
MRS. FAIRFIELD, 1714 California st.
8 M6S
MME. ALLURA, palmist. 704 S. 17th st
, 8 M7U9 21 x
MRS. CARRIE SMITl? SOVEREIGN
LADY .QUEEN OF CLAIRVOYANTS;
everything told, psst, present and future;
satisfactory or no pay; also a wonderful
msgnetlo healer, in N. 18th at.
8 M7S2 22x
PRINTING
PRINTING HIGH-GRADE WORK,
i vkircTin11" Block, Corner ol
LYNUbTAUUth Bt. and Capitol Ave.
-667
KRAMER A CHANDLER. QUICK
PRINTERS. 1106-08 Douglas St To de
liver work when promised 1 our hobby,
uii
3. M. 8IRPLE8S, reliable printer; eatab
llahed 13 years. 203 8. 13th St., Omaha.
-out
FLORISTS
HE8S 8WOBODA. 1416 Farnam.
L. HENDERBON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1268.
678
ALFRED DONAGHUE. JR.. 1607 Farnam.
Tel. 8333. -6M
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED, to borrow, 32.000 to 320,000. for
one to three years, at 7 per cent Interest.
Will asalgn mortgages on Nebraska farms
aa security, and submit security to cash
ier of any bank In Omaha for approval.
P 38, care Bee. M-669 F3
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
JOHN M. MACFARLAND, New York IJfs
Bldg., rooraa X4 and 819. Tel. 1662.
-688
DRESSMAKING
IN FAMILIES. Miaa Sturdy, 'phon A-ITM.
tit
SECRET SOCIETY NOTICES
Maaeala Teaaala,
Car. lf)th as
Capital
At.
VEST A CHAPTER. No. , O. F.. S.-Ppe-rlal
meeting Saturday evening, January
21, at 7:.'. Visitors welcome
Winifred Wallace, Secretary.
POSTOFFICE NOTICE
(Should be rend DAILY by all Interested,
as changes mny occur at any time).
Forelxn mails for the week ending Jan
uary 21, 19rv., will close (PROMPTLY In all
cases) nt the Ucncrnl Post i aTlce na fol
lows: PARCELS-POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing time shown be
low. Parcels-Post mails for Germany close
at E p. m. January 16, rcr s. s. Kronpiini
Wllhelm: January tier a. a. filuecher,
and January 23, per s. s. Chemnlts.
Regular nd supplementary mnils close
at Foreign Station (corner of West and
Morton streets! half hour later than closw
l"g time shown below, (except that sup
plementary mails for Europe and Central
America, via Colon, close on hour later
at Foreign Station).
Transatlantic .Malls.
SATURDAY (2I)-..t 2 :. . m. for IRB
LANl), per s. . I'mbrla, via Queens
town (mall for other parts of Europe
must lie directed "per s. a. I'mbria' ;
at 6 a. m. for EUROPE, per a. s. New
York, via Plvmouth H.nd Cherbourg: at
8 30 a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per .
Finland (mall must bo directed ' per s. s.
Finland"!; at .. a. m for ITALY di
rect, per a. a. Koenig Albert (mall must
be directed "per s. s. Koenig Albert ").
Malls for nnth and Central America,
West Indies. Etc.
SATURDAY (21) At 8:.W a m. (supple
mentary 9:30 h. m ) for PORTO RICO.
CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per s .
Philadelphia (mail for Colombia, via Cur
acao, must be directed "per s. s. Phila
delphia"); at 9:30 n. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND, JA
MAICA and COI-OMRIA. except Cauca
and Magilalena Departments, per s. s.
Sarnla (mall for Costa Rica must be di
rected "per s. s. Snrnla"); at 9:30 a. m.
(supplementnry logo a. nil for ST.
THOMAS. HT. CROIX. LEEWARD nnd
WINDWARD ISLANDS and GUIANA,
per s. s. Fontabelle (mall for Grenada and
Trinidad must bo directed "per a. s. Font
abelle "l; at 10 h. m. for CL BA, pi?" r. s.
Mnrro Castle, via Havana; at 10 a. m. for
GRENADA, TRINIDAD and ClUDAD
BOLIVAR, per s. s. Maraval; at 12 in. for
ARGENTINE, URUGUAY and PARA
GUAY, per s. a. M.idura: at 12:30 p. m. for
CUBA, per s. s. Curityba, via Mntanxas
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Curi
tyba"). VOTICE Five cents per half ounce In ad
dition to the rrgiilar postao, must be
prepaid on nil letters forwarded bv the
SUPPLEMENTARY MAILS, and letters
deposited In the drops marked "Letters
for Foreign Countries," after the CLOS
ING OF THE REGULAR MAIL, for des
patch by a particular vessel, will not be
so forwarded unless such additional post
age Is fully prepaid thereon by stamps.
Supplementary Transatlantic Mails are
also opened on the piers of the AMERI
CAN. ENGLISH and FRENCH steamers,
whenever the sailings occur at Dmhj a. m.
or later; and late mall may be deposited
in the mall boxes on the piers of the Ger
man Lines sailing from lloboken. The
malls on the piers open one hour and a
lialf before sailing time, and close ten
minutes before sailing time. Only regular
postage (letters 5 cents a half ounce) Is
required on articles mailed on the piers
of the American. White Star and German
(Sea Post) steamers; double postage (let
ters 10 cents a half ounce) on other lines.
Malls Forwarded Overland, Kte., Ki
cept Transpacific.
CUBA Via 'oit Tampa, Florida, closes at
this office dally, except Thursday, at 4,4:30
a. ni. (the connecting mails close here on
Mondavs, Wednesdays and Saturdays).
MEXICO CITY Overland, unless upeclaMy
addressed for despatch by steamer, closes
at this offico dally, except Sunday, nt
1:30 p. m. and 10:30 p. m. Sundays at
1 p. m. and 10:30 p. m.
NEWFOUNDLAND (except Pnrcels-Poft
Malls) By rsll to North Sydney, and
thence by steamer, closes at this office
dailv, except Sunday, at 7 p. m.; Sundays
at 6:30 p. m. tconnectlng malls close here
every Monday, Wednesday and Satur
day. JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and thence
by ateamcr, closes at this office at 7 p. m.
Tuesdav. By rail to Philadelphia, and
thence by steamer, closes at this office
al 10:30 p. m. Wednesday.
MIQUELON By rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, closes at this omce ually ex
cept Sunday, at 7 p. in.; Sunday at 6:30
BAHAMAS (except Parcels-Post Malls)
By rail to Miami, Fla., and thence bv
steamer, closes al this office at 110:30 p.
m. Tuesdav and Saturday.
BRITISH HONDURAS, HONDURAS (East
Coast) and GUATEMALA By rail to
New Orleans, nnd thence by steamer,
closes at this office daily, except Sunday,
at 11:30 p. in. and 1110:30 p. in.: Sundays
at il p. m. and $10:30 p. m. (connecting
mall closes hero Mondays at H:30 p. in.1
COSTA RICA By rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, closes at this office
dailv. except Sundays, at (1 :30 p. m. and
10:30 p. m.; Sundays at 1 p. in. and (10:30
p. m. (connecting mall closes hero Tues
days at 10:30 p. m.)
NICARAGUA i East Coast) By rail to New
Orleans, and thence by steamer, closes at
this office dally, except Sunday, at 1:30
p m. and lo:3o p. in.; Sundays at 1 p. ni.
and 10:30 p. ni. (connecting mail closes
here Wednesdays st 10:30 p. m.)
PANAMA and CANAL HONE By rail to
New Orleans, Ii., and thence by steamer,
closes at this office dally, except Sundays
and Mondavs. at 1:30 p. m. and 10:30
p. ni.: Sundays at (1 p. m. and 10:30 p.
in. (connecting mall close here every
Bun7ay at 10:30 p. m.)
Transpacific Malls Forwarded Over
laad Dally.
The schedule of closing 1T transpacific
malls is arranged on the presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit to port
of sailing. The llnal connecting malls (ex
cept registered transpacific malls, which
close at 6 p. m. previous day) close at the
general postofflce. New York, as follows:
HAWAII, via Ban Francisco, close at 6
p. m. January 16 for despatch per s. a.
Alameda.
JAPAN (except Parrels-Tost Mails),
KOREA, CHINA and PHILIPPINE IS
LANDS, via Vaticouver and Victoria, II.
C, close at 6 p. m. January 17 for de
spatch per s. a. Empress of Japan.
JAPAN. KOREA. CHINA and specially
addressed mall for PHILIPPINE IS
LANDS, via Tacmna, close at p. ni.
January 2o for despatch per a. s. Kecmun.
HAWAII. JAPAN. KOREA. CHINA and
specially addreased- mail for PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close
at 6 p. ni. January 23 for despatch per
a a. MancTiutla.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS and GUAM, via
San Francisco, close at 6 p. ni. January
27 for despatch per U. 8. transport.
HAWAII. JAPAN. KOREA, CHINA and
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fran
cisco, close at 6 p. m. January 28 for
despatch per s. s. Doric.
NEW ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA (except
West). NEW CALEDONIA. SAMOA.
HAWAII and specially addressed mall
for FIJI ISLANDS, via San Francisco,
close at 8 P- ni. January 2S for despatch
per a. a. Sonoma. (If the Cunard eteamet
carrying the British mail for New Zea
land doea not arrive In time to connect
with this despatch, extra mails closing
at 6:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m. and 6 p. m.; Sun
days at 4:80 a. m., 9 a. ni. and 6 p. m.
will be made up and forwarded until the
arrival of the Cunard atearner).
FIJI ISLANDS, and - specially addressed
mail for AUSTRALIA and NEW CALK
DONIA, via Vancouver and Victoria, B.
('., close at ( p. m. January 28 for de
spatch per s. a. Mlowera.
TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via
San Frninisco, close at 6 p. ni. February
i for despatch per a. a. Mariposa.
MANCHURIA (except New Chwang and
Port Arthur) and EASTERN SIBERIA
la at present forwarded via Russia.
NOTE Unless otherwise addressed, Wst
Zealand via Ban Francisco, and certain
Places in tne niriese i iovum -. m uumhi.
via xruiBii mm,. wi- -. .-,-...
Phlllpplnea specially addressed via Ku--.
Y.o ,,ilv n n.n U M ut the foreign
rates. Hawaii Is forwarded via Hin Fran
cisco exclusively.
WILLIAM K. Hllil "A. ruiimniiiii.
Poatoffice. New York. N. Y. Jan. 13, 19u5.
LEGAL JiOTIt'ES.
Sealed bids will be received at the
eftice of the atate superintendent of pub
llo Instruction, rapltol building. Lincoln,
Nebraska, until 9:0u a. m., Thursday, Feb
ruary 2, 1906. for the furnishing and In.
stalling of opera chairs in the new chapel
building at Peru, Nebraska. In accordance
with the plana and siierlllcatlons Io be
found on file In the office of the atate su
perintendent of public Instruction. A cer
tified check of five hundred (tin")) dollars
Is required to accompany each bid. The
Board of Education reserves' the right to
reject any and all bids and waive defeda
By order of the Board of Education of
,h. S.ata Normal School. jj'pRj jr,N.
JanndWtSf fiecietary.
OUTLINE OF ME CAMPAIGN
Eiecutire Committee of Union Evangelistic
Morement Lajs Flans.
"BURNT DISTRICT" TO BE VISITED
At I .east One Midnight Service 'Will
Be Held la the rawer Part
at the Third Ward Dir.
lag the aeasoa.
The executive committee of the unlca
angelistic. movement met at the First
Presbyterian church, with A number of Im
portant Items of business up for dtscussloa.
A committee, consisting of Revs. K.
Combln Smith, J. W. Conley and If. C
Herring, was nppointed to arrange for
noonday meetings at the Toung Men
Christian association rooms during the con
tinuance of the union effort. It was de
cided. If practicable, to ask soma of the
Christian business men of "Omaha to ad
dress these meetings, a large number of
names being suggested.
A committee, consisting of Revs. Newman
H. Rurdlck. Robert Tost and J. E. Hum
mon, was appointed to make arrangements
for similar meetings at the Toung
Women's Christian association rooms.
It wss recommended to the several dis
tricts that special children's meetings he
appointed for each Sunday afternoon, and
that Sunday, February 6, be designated aa
decision day, ln harmony with the sug
gestions of the Sunday school authorities ,
of the various church denominations.
It was decided that it would be advisable
to hold at least one midnight meeting in
the "burnt district," at which as many of
the ministers and Christian workers na
possible be present. It wa voted to seek
the co-oticratlon of the Salvation Army
and tho Volunteers of America In this
movement. The workers are to aasembl
at some central downtown point and with
the Salvation Army and Volunteer, If
their co-operation can le secured, march
through the "burnt district" to either tha
City Mission, or some other place, to be
designated, and hold a gospel service. Revs.
T. V. Moore and B. F. Fellnian and Mr.
Arthur Chase were designated a commit
tee to make the necessary arrangements.
The Christian people are to be especially
requested to use their telephone In Invit
ing others to the meetings. This la to be
done, not onlf with reference to tli dis
trict In which the persons live, but also
with reference to foreign districts. . letter
writing was also commended to the peopl
as a useful means of reaching others.
After a thorough discussion of the ad
visability of afternoon meetings, In which
a strong sentiment wa developed for a
central downtown meeting of all the dis
tricts, It was decided to lay the matter
on the table until after the matter had
been taken up by the various district ln
their local conferences.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR STATE PRINT
ING.
Kids will be received by the State Print
ing board nt the office of the secretsry of
state at Lincoln. Neb., on or before 2:3o
o'clock p. m. Monday, January 30, 1905, for
printing and binding the following reports
and publications: 1.000 coplea Poultry Aa
soolatlon. 2,ono copies Dairymen's Associa
tion, 1.100 copies Hanking Board. 2.000 copies
Insurance Summary, 10.000 coplea Arbor
day program and 6.0H0 coplea Labor Bureau
bulletin; also mlacellaneoua printing, lith
ographing, blank book and stationery aup-
lllea ror &oluieis hiiu oaiioin iioui' ni
illfnrrl nnd Grand Island. Insane Hospitals
at Hastings and IJncoln, Girls' Industrial
school at Geneva, Institute for Feeble
Minded Youth at Beatrice, supreme court,
secretary of state, state treasurer, auditor
n( i.nhlic accounts. xvernor. commissioner
of nubile lands and buildings, superin
tendent OI puonc llieiriici.n,u, nujumin "
eral, Iabor Bureau, Game and Fish com
mlaslou. Insurance department. Banking
department. Irrigation department and Li
brary commission.
unw.iflcatinna for aame can be found on
file In the office of the secretary of Stat.
All bids must be accompanied by a bond
equal In amount to the probable cost of
the work bid upon. The board reaervea the
light to reject any ana an dio.
Lincoln, Neb., January 19. 190R.
STATE PRINTING BOARD,
By LON W. FRAS5IER,
Secretary to the Board.
J20-21-22-2.1-24
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IMO STATIOK TElfTII AM) MARC Y
Union PaclfJe.
Leave. Arrive.
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 8:05 pm
Colorado & Cal. Ex a 4:10 pm a 9:30 am
Cnl. & Oregon Ex a 4:20 pm a 6:10 pm
North Platte Local ....a 7:50 am a 7:00 pm
Fast Mall a 8:60 am a 8:20 pm
Colorado Special a 7:45 am a 7:40 ana
Beatrice Local b 4:30 pm b 1:30 pro
Chicago,. Rock Island V Paelae.
EAST.
fhinsn Limited a 3:55 am a 7:10 am
Chicago Daylight Local b 7:00 am a J:6o pm
Chicago Express bll:15am a 6:15pm
Des Moines Express ....a 4:30 pm bll:n0 am
Chicago Faat Expresa. .a 5:40 pm a 1:20 pm
WEST.
Rockv Mountain L t d.. a 7:20 am a 3:50 pm
Lincoln. Den. A West. ..a 1:30 pin a 6:06 pm
Oklahoma & Tex. Ex. ..a 415 pm ilJ pm
Chicago Great Weatern.
St. Paul & Mlnn.v a 8:30 pm a 7:15 am
St. Paul & Mltin a 7:45 am a 7:6o pni
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 10:30 am
Chicago Express a 6:05 am a 3:30 pm
Missouri Parlfle.
St. Louis Express a 9:30 am a 8:00 am
K. C. & St. L. Ex all:15pm a 6:00 pm
Chicago at Nortnweeieru.
Local Chicago ell :30am ...........
MUII a 8:10 pm 8:30 am
Daylight Bt. Paul a 7:60 am 10:00 pra
Daylight Chicago a 8:00 am 11:60 pm
Limited Chicago a 8:25 pm :15 am
Local Carroll a 4:' put -Jf am
Fast St. Paul 8:16 pm cOu am
Local Sioux C. & St. P..b 4:00 pm a 9:30 am
Fast Mall :'j"
Chicago Expreae a 6:50 pni a 8:45 pin
Norfolk & Ronesteel a 7:40 am 10:3o am
Lincoln & Long Plne....b 7:40 am 10:36 am
Deadwood At Lincoln. ...a 1:50 pm 6:15 pm
Casper & Wyoming d 2:50 pm 6:16 pm
Ilastlngs-Alblon b 3:60 pm 6:16 pm
Wabash.
St. Louis Express 1:30 pm 8:20 am
Bt. Louis looal .(from
Council Bluffs) :li am 10; pm
Shenandoah Ieal (from
Council Bluffs :4o pra 2 80 pm
Illinois Central.
Chicago Express a 7:26 am al0;86 pm
Chicago Limited a 7:50 pm a 8:06 am
Minn. & St. Paul Ex...b7:25sm bl0:35 pra
Minn, ec St. Paul L t d. .a 7:60 pm a 8:06 pra
Chicago, Mllwaas.ee at It. Paal.
Chicago Daylight Ex...a7:56am all:00 pm
California-Oregon Ex. ..a 6:45 pm a 3:10 prn
Overland Limited a 8:20 pm a 7:35 am
Des M. at Okobujl Ex. .a 7:65 am a 3.10 piu
Bl KI.USGTON iTATIOls lOTH at MAOSJ
Horllngtoa.
Denver & Cslifornla..
Northwest Express ...
Nebraska pointa
Lincoln Fast Mall
Ft. crook & Plattsm'th
Bellevue & Plattsm'th
In llevus sc Pac. June.
Leave,
.a 4:10 pm
.all:lo pm
.a 8:60 am
.b 2:67 pni
b 2:52 pm
.a 7:50 pm
.a 8:30 am
.al2:16 pm
.'a 7:10 am
.a 4:00 pni
.a 8.06 pm
.a 9:16 am
.a :26 pm
.al):45 pm
.a 9:15 am
.a 4:26 pm
Arrive,
a 3:20 pm
a 6:08 pm
a 7:40 pm
a 12: I pm
al0:26 am
b 8:32 am
a 6 .66 a rri
a 3 65 p ni
a 7:26 am
all:(io pm
all 45 am
a 6 46 am
a 8:06 pm
jiellevue sV Pac, June.
Denver Limited
Chicago Special
Chicago Express
Chicago Flyer
Iowa lvcl
St. Louis Express .....
Kansas City St. Joe.
Kansas City & St. Joe.
Kansas City St tit. Joe.
W EHSTKR DEPOT 18T1I at WK BITER
Mlasoarl Parlslr.
Nebraska ' Iv nl, via
Weeping Water b 4:60 pm Ml 40 am
Cblcaao, tt. Paal, Mlaavapolls at
Osishs.
Twin City Passenger... b SO am b 9:10 pm
Sioux Citv Passenger, a 2 o0 pm all :30 am
Oakland Icsl b 6 46 pm b 110 am
A dally, b dally except Sunday, d dally
except Saturday. dally aavepl Monday,
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