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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 1902.
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Advertisers, h reejaaetlagf a aaaa
karra eaeek, aaa have aaawara aa
f ta a iiaktrd lettes la rara
af Tka Bar. Aaawara aa addressed will
ka deliver aa araacatatlaa af tka
A STENOGRAPHER. When yno want one
call tha Remington Typewriter office, 11
Farnam au Telephone 1573. A 7i)i J26
EXPERIENCED middle-aged hotel clerk Is
i Open for a (rood position In a flrat-claaa
commercial hotel as day or night clerk;
competent, temperate, refined and reliable;
i city references. Address, P. O. Box 127,
Sibley, Iowa. A 101
BT MEN'S furnishing; roods man, experl
anced aa buyer and salesman, handled
I eloth'ng hats and general dry goods: ref-
arence. Address C 34, Bee. A 891
WASTED MALB HELP.
N SUMMER SCHOOL
OF EIGHT WEEKS
Omaha Commercial College
17th and Douglas Sts.
Begins Monday Morning, June 23.
1. For Public and High School pupils.
2. For teachers desiring review.
J. For those desiring to become stenog
raphers, bookkeepers and telegraph oper
ators. PUBLIC AND HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS
We shall make a great specialty of Grade
Work from the Fourth to tight h, Inclusive,
also give special attention to any High
school branches desired. Last year our
summer school was an unqualliled success
there having been more pupils enrolled at
the Omaha Commercial College In grade
work than In all of the other special sum
mar schools In the city combined. This
year our enrollment promises to be larger
tnan ever. l ne work done last year was
the best we have ever done, all pupils who
attended having, with but few exceptions,
accomplished the work undertaken. Cer
tificates of recommendation for promotion
will be given to students In the respective
grades according to work done. Special
attention will be given to Mental Arith
metic, Business Correspondence, Plain
Business Writing and Spel!lng, In addition
to regular grade work. The Vertical sys
tem of writing will be taught to all pupil
from the public schools. Tuition, one week,
11.26; eight weeks, 18.00.
PROF. W. H. ALLEN
Of the city schools has been secured to take
charge ot all grade work. He will have
eight able assistants.
Many or all of the business branches
may be had during the summer term at
specially low rates. Bookkeeping, Commer
cial Law, Office Practice, etc., will receive
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
We are simply overwhelmed with calls
for stenographers. It la impossible to eup-
&ly old customers, much leas new, and we
lust In some way Increase the supply. We
peed 100 more students to get ready for
positions In the fall, and therefore have
concluded to cut our rates In two for this
Special Eight Weeks Term. If you ever
dreamed of becoming a stenographer now
Is the time to realise It. We can give you
tha beat opportunity you ever had. Call
or send for particulars.
ELEGANT NEW QUARTERS.
Wo can boast of the coolest, beat
equipped and most convenient quarters to
ka louml. We nave the Quest scnoul rooms
(a Omaha foe a summer school, u will be
a pleasure to spend a tew weeks wun us.
Visit our rooms ana you will una the above
a be true.
ttUiUiBOUGH BROS., Proprietors.
ts FOR HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If you live In the country or in a small
town anil Have a good acquaintance
among tae larmers ana ston raisers in
the neighoornooa you can make fa easily
by lour or live hours work. Vvrlte us
and we will senu your our proposition.
The Dee fubusning vo., bollutois uepi.,
Omaha. Neb. Mai3
WANTED, a good man In every county to
Uite subscriptions for The Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agents make good
Wages evarywnere. iteicreuces requited.
Auuress Twentieth century armor,
THREE or lour good men wanted; $1U0 per
monm. Call tt.i faxton block. U 8il
O. R. RATHBUN gives private lessons In
; Dooaueepiiig. xiouin is, commercial in a
Uouai ban. B Me
PUSHING salesmen can learn something
to tiwir aavamasv by writing Tne Hawas
nursery co., auiwaua.ee, wis.
B 186 J14
WANTED, harnessmakers; will guarantee
steaoy employment tne year round. Ad
dress Vi auaue, feinith c Co., ti to W West
water at., Milwaukee, wis. uku&t u
WANTED Forty good stonemasons lm
meaiaieiy; uniaha shops, Hioua City.
Uooa wanes. Oaorge J., Grant, btoux
city, la. . u Mlj lu
THJD VAN BANT SCHOOL OF SHORT-
luHU Mil ilrUWlUUMJ,
I 716, 717 and 718 New York Ufa Building.
All well educated young persons who
wwn io a course in snortnand are In
vited to spend a week, free oi charge, in
in van eani ocnooi oi enortnanu. it is a
spvi-miiy scnuoi, teacrung only snorthanu,
typewriting and sucn ursni-nea nr ntti.
work as tne stenographer is called upou lo
The school is up-to-date In Its methods
and equipments, rituuents are assigned to
the typewriters one-nan of tne time ourlng
the scnool Mssloii. wun the iirlvuu nr ...
hour beiore school In the morning ana two
"i im viose oi scuooi. btudents
also have the privilege ot tne typewriting
room all aey eaturujy. Tne scnool lias
won a national rupuiatton lor lu rapid aua
accurate toucn operaioia.
No taise promises are made. Only those
are received into the school who have sum
Olent education ana atitnty to succeed The
students or this school are in auch ueinand
taat as fast aa quauned they secure tirsi
cUaa positions. There Is a scarcity ot mala
stenographers and bright boys and young
men can aa soon as qualified secure em
V'oyment at good salaries, with assurance
1 promotion last aa merited.
It any one enters the school and is not
CJsueo, or for any reuson wuhes to leave
tha ecnool, he can get back money tor un
Call ana see the school. It location and
equipment. B oli 1
SALESMEN wanted to Mil fruit treee; po
sition permanent; pay weekly; write lor
. pariiouiara. Address Western Nursery
Company, Sales LtopU, Lawrence, Kau
aa, B ins Julys
CARETAKERS wanted for the Heath
Fsrguscn sanitarium, X N. Hi ft St..
Kansas Cit, M.an. B Utui 10
MEN Face transportation to Denver to
learn barber trade; tools furnlaned; posi
tions guaranteed: opportunity to earn
board; wages while Warning; largest bar-
' ber college; most healthful climate in the
world; write for parilcu.are. Molar's Er
ber College, Denver, Colo. Beware of lake
uatalugut and misleading offers; we have
ao eolig la Nebraska. B ti'iJi 8
WANTED, aa offlos boy, about 17 years of
age, who Uvea at home. Answer in own
handwriting. C U. bee. B J
WANTED Carpenters! UN A day.Ad
areas joaepa baicsiger, contractor, Vuian
SALESMEN, fSO per week, permanent post-
uvs. nueouauejo. sue r are oioca.
WANTED, estimator and woodworker for
planing mill work. Address C 1. Bee
- otnee. B-tt !
WAoTED, a first-class cook; wsges Hi.
fcUia Dicing Hall, Fort Dodge. U
B M363 11
"LEARN proofreading; situations secured;
to 63 weekly. Home Correspondence
acaow, raiiaaiuBia. o
COMPITINQ SCALE SALESMAN
"W, . tUaAa Co., Mfra Detroit,
WASTED MALE HELP.
Summer School of 1902
New York Life Building, Omaha.
Time to Enter Now.
This course uallfiis qyoung people to All
positions as bookkeepers, cashiers, Mil
clerks, etc., and furnishes a fund of prac
tical business knowledge exceedingly
valuable to every sphere of life.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
Toung persons who acquire a proficient
knowledge of shorthsnd and typewriting
can always turn their services Into
money. Every graduate of this institute
occupies a good paying position.
SPECIAL SUMMER TERM FOR PUPILS
OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Begins June 2K. and continues six weeks.
Reading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic,
Grammar. History, Algebra. Tuition for
this course, 16.00.
Young people who are backward In their
education need not hesitate to enter this
college. They will find kind and courte
ous teachers who take an Interest In the
students and assist them to the educa
tion they need.
Apply for Illustrated catalogue.
WANTED, men for One general agency,
worth ILfrX) to $3,500; permanent. The C.
S. Page Mfg. Co., Des Moines, la.
B 412 8
TRAVELING salesman to sell engines;
must have had experience and be able to
furnish references; to the right man a
permanent position Is offered. Address,
stating qualifications and salary expected,
C 8, Bee. B 3S3 8
ARE you dissatisfied with your work? Our
free booklet. "Are Your Hands Tied?"
tells how we have qualified thousands In
spare time for salaried positions in more
congenial and profitable lines of work.
Write to International Correspondence
Schools, Box 16tiS. Scranton, Pa., or call
day or evening, Omaha office, 637 Paxton
Block. B 1478
DETECTIVES; every locality, good salary,
experience unnecessary. International
Detective Agency, Milwaukee, Wis.
B 157 8
WANTED, an experienced dry goods sales-
mi n with two to xi.zuo; good position.
Address P. O. Box 1192. Helena, Mont.
B 153 S
WANTED, good business man to travel,
meet business men ana pnysicians; gooa
opportunity for capnble man. McGregor,
163 Randolph St., Chicago, 111.
B 48S ff
WANTED, first-class bicycle repair man;
good pay and steady work, lxuiib F icton
er, 1622 Capitol ave. B M642 14
CIVIL service government positions; 7.D72
appointments mane netween juiy i, isoi,
and April 15, 19"2. Only common school
education required for examination. Cat
alogue of information free. Columbian
Correspondence College, Washington. D.
A. C. ONG, A. M LL. B., Prest
SUMMER SCHOOL OPENS JUNE 23RD,
SPECIAL CLASSES ORGANIZED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL PUPILS,
TUITION ONLY $1.00 PER WEEK.
Any public school pupil who wishes to review or make up In certain studies will
find willing teachers In every department to encourage and assist. Come and join
these classes and you will receive the help you need.
Homer P. Lewis, former principal Omaha High school, ays: "I believe that tjia
manager of this school Is a thoroughly competent instructor and that he haa good
capacity for the management of schools. Ills reputation here in Omaha is excellent."
SPECIAL SHORT COURSE IN BOOKKEEPING FOR TEACHERS
PREPARING FOR EXAMINATION.
New classes In the Commercial, Shorthand, Typewriting and English depart
ments. Every attention will be given those who enter tho school by practical and ex
perienced teachers. Individual instruction given every student.
For the past ten years this institution haa been qualifying young people to take
positions tn business, and today scores of them are drawing fine salaries.
We have two floors for the different departments and the rooms are cool, well
lighted and ventilated.
Visitors welcome at any time.
CIGAR salesmen wanted; experience un
necessary; good pay. Emanuel St Co.,
Station J, New York, B
WANTED Four hustling specialty men at
once by responsible wholesale house; 830
on each order, 3 to 10 orders weekly; cash
advanced on receipt of orders; no delay.
Harrls-Qoar Mfg. Company, Kanaas City,
WANTED, men on commission, good refer,
ences, to help organise locally, every
where, the People'a Universal Trust. Ad
dress, Walter Vrooman, Sit Century
Bldg., Kanaas iny, uo. ar
MANAGER wanted, every large county;
"Game o Skill " nickel slot macnine tor
drinks and cigars; strictly lawful, takes
place of forbidden slot machines, thereby
filling a long-felt want; rented or sold on
easy payments; sells at sight; forty thou
sand now In use. Conrad Jackson Desk
Co.. Cincinnati, Ohio. B til V
WANTED, everywhere, hustlers to tack
algna, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing: good pay. Sun Advertis
ing Bureau. Chicago. B 485 8
A CHICAGO corporation, with highest com-
merclal ana banking references, desires
negotiations by corrtapondence or in per
son with first-class men. able to present
a high grade business proposition to busi
ness Interests; practically a non-competitive
and indispensable proposition to all
firms, corporations and Individual prop
erty owners; permanent employment and
exclusive territory on a basis that will
net aggressive men 128 00 to 175. 01 per
week; new businesa with good chsnce of
advancement; no Investment, but first,
class references required. Apply, George
M. Eddv, Secretary, 621-624 Manhittan
bldg., Chicago, 111. B-401 t
WANTED, a high grade specialty man to
rail on county retail trade with an en
tirely new and up-to-date proposition;
liberal contract tn right party. Address
16X6 Manhattan Bldg., Chicago.
B 404 8
A SPLENDID chance Is offered men to
learn the barber trade now by a short
and thorough system. Years of appren
ticeship aaved. Our splendid reputation
has caused others to imitate us; beware
ot faka colleges and 6-cent shop using
our name; our only branches are New
York. Chicago. St. Louis. San Francisco,
. Minneapolis, New Orleans and Omaha;
we offer constant practice, expert In
structions, etc. These edvantaxea can
not be had elsewhere. Tools donated,
wages Bkturdaya, positions guaranteed.
W rite toaay. Uoler Barber college, t4
Farnam 8L B-M&7 12
WANTED, for V. t. army, able-bodied un
married men between agee of 21 and 36.
eltlaens .of I'nited titties, of good character
and temperate htblts. who caa speak, read
and write English. For Information apply
to Recruiting Officer, lih and Dodge ate.,
Omaha, and postofUce building. Lincoln.
YOt'Nvl men, H OS cavlly earned at home
evenlnga writing for ua. For particulars
send addressed envelope. Filbert Mfg.
Co., Dept. las. Boa 14JU. Philadelphia.
WASTED MALB HELP.
VAN MATRE'S -Commercial
College Will Open June 16,
S. E. Cor. 17th and Farnam Streets.
It will be remembered that Mr. Van Matre organized, and
for the last two years has conducted the Commercial Depart
ment of the Omaha High School. HIS COMMERCIAL COL
LEGE WILL BE A FIRST-CLASS, MODERN, UP-TO-DATE,
PRACTICAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION and the instruc
tion given will receive
HIS ENTIRE PERSONAL ATTENTION
This school is one of the five commercial colleges in the
U. S. that is placed on an educational basis with an educa
tional entrance requirement.
A special SHORTHAND CLASS WILL BE ORGANIZED
for High School graduates and others who expect to attend
DDlIege or university next year, enabling them to secure a
sufficient amount between June 16th and Sept. 1st to take
their lectures in shorthand.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS for those who enter during
the month of June.
WANTED, young men and women to write
for our rree ooomei, t","" r:VL'r.
Tied?" It tells how we have helped thou
sands to support themselves while ' we
qualified them for high salaried pos Hons
In engineering or architecture. rite the
International Correspondence School, box
1W Scranton, Pa., or call day or evening
Omaha offlce, 637 Paxton block. B-oj2 8
WANTED, watchmaker's assistant; must
be good Ingraver and good salesman, b..
JLNIewohner. Columbus. Neb. B-M559
SALESMEN wsnted for full line of fruit
and ornamental trees; pay weekly; outfit
free. Lawrence Nursery Company. Law
WANTED Salesmen to start branch stores;
the largest, wnoiesms i"i's .
fers a line opportunity to experienced
tailoring or clothing salesmen of good
reputation. To such men they will fur
nish a complete equipment. Including
woolens In the piece, to start a modern
merchant tailoring business; no invest
ment required on part of the salesmen.
Salaries guaranteed to right parties.
Many men who started in this way a
year or two ago are now well rated mer
chants. For further particulars address
H K. Shannon, Lock Box 628, Chicago.
SALESMEN to sell toilet soap to dealers;
$100 per month salary and expenses; ex
perience unnecessary. Louis Ernst Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
SALESMEN. 150 per week and expenses
guaranteed selling Chemical Refrigerat
ing Machines to hotels, restaurants,
butchers and merchants; cool all kinds of
refrigerators cheaper than ice; also
Chemical Ice Cream Freeier; works auto
matic. Write for territory; free simple.
Chemical Refrigerator and Freezer Co.,
Station U, Chicago. -460 8
WANTED, representative to sell our smalts
to sign painters; good inducements. Key
stone Oil & Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111.
SALESMEN WANTED A commission of
$20 per ton paid for selling white lead;
goods delivered; also other Inducements
offered to dealers. Delmar White Lead
Co., St. Louis. Mo. 464 8'
SALESMEN to sell our high grade ready
mixed house and barn paints. Liberal
commissions paid. Exclusive agency given
one dealer lu town. Reliance Paint Co.,
St. lJls, Mo. 466 8
SHOE salesmen, at once. Experienced
traveling shoe salesmen. Name territory
and firm you last traveled for. Full refer
ences and information must accompany
application or no attention paid. Large
and reliable manufacturers. Address,
Y 26, care Lord at Thomas, Chicago.
WANTED, salesmen, patented article,
quick seller, very attractive work In
Denver or on road. Write 20th Century
Scrap Book Co., 25J-66 6th Ave., Chicago.
SALESMEN, for new proposition from fac
tory to dealer; salary, expenses and com
mission to right party. Address C 19,
Bee. 436 8
WANTED Huatllng, brainy, up-to-date
specialty traveling salesman of good ap
pearance and address to fill vacancy In
this stste; permanent position to right
man. Addreaa, Box 614, Chicago.
WANTED Five traveling salesmen, one
department manager, one advertising
manager, one superintendent of travel
era, one manager collection department.
Popular line; legitimate merchandlae;
factory to merchant. Want bright, ag
gressive men. Experience In line not
essential. Address, Jamea Guenther,
Schiller Bldg., Chicago. ' 8878
WANTED Ten salesmen of successful ex
perience to sell advertliilag specialties.
New, great seller. Salary and commis
sion. Address, The World's Department
Store, 603 Sykea Block, Minneapolis, Minn.
SALESMAN Wanted, hustling saleeman
tor Nebraska by well established whole
sale house; high commission contrsct,
with $26.00 weekly advance while travel
ing. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit, Mlcr.
SIDE LINE MEN-llodO a day and mors
guaranteed to side line men who are ex-
Serlenced advertising solicitors to Intro
uce our new advertising proposition. Big
commission on original and liberal per
carnage on reordera. No goods to sell.
No samples to carry. Send references
and territory covered. American Saving
Stamp Co., 90 Wabash Ave., Chicago. IU-
W ANTED, traveling salesmen, young, ex
perleuced and acquainted In Iowa and
and Illinois, also for Wlacocaln and Min
nesota to sell lewelrv. belts, etc:, to drr
goods and kindred trade. Kunstsdter
brothers, a-2. aotou at., (.nice go, lit
WASTED MALB HELP.
$22 WEEKLY and all expenses for men
with rigs to Introduce Poultry Compound;
straight salarv. Imperial Mfg. Co., Dept.
10. Parsons. Wan 417 8
WANTED Experienced salesman for Al
specialty nne in rseorasKa. xuusi give
bond. Box 693, Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANTED Experienced salesmen to call
on all kinds of business houses, manu
facturers, wholesale end retail stores and
banks to Introduce and sell our magnifi
cent Advertising Calendars, comprising
over aifierent styles, an original, laie,
handsome patterns; nothing like them
ever seen before. Customers want and
buy at once on seeing them; really no
competition; wonderful works of ait. WE
PAY LARGEST COMMISSION. Those
giving exclusive time to the work readily
make Slut) to 1150 every week. We guar
antee them to be the best side line for
traveling men ever heard of. WRITE
AT ONCE WITH REFERENCES. ALL
COMMISSIONS PAID PROMPTLY. Suc
cess assured. American Novelty " Co.,
Cincinnati, O. 4728
WANTED First-class specialty man, bno
having experience In the vinegar and cider
business preferred, to handle high grade
line of ciders and vinegars on commis
sion. Reference required. Address, C 22,
SALESMEN wanted; two experienced men
capable oT handling high class specialty
line. House responsible; line attractive;
trade well established. Men worth $260
fier month and expenses, write. Personal
ntervlew if satisfactory. C 10, Bee.
TRAVELING salesman for Nebraska to
sell retail trade; attractive, salable line;
established, high-rated house. Box 225,
Detroit, Mich. 430 8
WE MUST have an experienced, capable
traveling salesman to fill June 1st va
cancy. M. F. Blxler & Co., Ltd. Cleve
land, O. 429 8
WANTED Salesmen, by manufacturer of
liaviuu(- extracts, etc L.ong esiaonsnea
brands. Good salary. Box 617, Chicago,
SALESMEN, vest pocket sample; will pay
yuu iu per any or two nours WOrK. 61-
40 Dearborn St., Chicago. 496 8
WANTED Salesmen $60 per month and
expenBsa, immediate ana permanent; no
fritters; we mean business. First Na
tional Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
Mathematics, Latin, Greek. Students prs-
iicu iur cuiieso, civh service, etc. Terms
reasonable. Call at 2404 Cass St., or ad
dress letter to J. F. Woolery, head of de
partment of mathematics, Omaha High
school. C 664 '
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn halrdresslng manicuring and chi
ropody and sclentlilc massage. Call or
write Room 220, Bee Bldg. C 846
100 Girls,. CaU Canadian offlce, 15th & Dodge.
WANTED, deserving young lady or gentle,
man to take life scholarship in Omaha's
best business and shorthand college and
pay for It when course is finished and
position secured. 'Address A 1, Bee.
WANTED, a teacher to Instruct the
French language to a class of three,
twice a week; state terms. Address Z 34,
Bee. C M426
WANTED, lady to give conversation les
sons In French to young woman one
evening each week. Slate terms. Ad
dress S 43, Bee. C 714
WANTED, young nurse girl. Apply 672 8.
28th St. C M964
WANTED, girl to assist in general house-
wora. Apply o.a o. zstn St. C M966
WANTED, a colored girl to assist In house
work. Appiy wun rei., at s. zsth st.
C 338 8
WANTED, 1 chamber girls, must assist
In dining room, $16.00 per month. "The
Earllng, Spencer, la. C M356 8
WANTED, girl for general housework;
small family. Chaa. Trimble, 42JO Far
nam. C M361 I
LADIES and gentlemen to travel, salary
and expenses payable weekly. Call Bat.
and Monday, room 106, Her Grand hotel.
C M3&4 8
WANTED, stitchers. Call at KlrkendaU
Bhoe Factory, 411-411 S. 10th St.
C 369 t
LEARN proofreading: situations secured;
$16 to $26 weekly. Home Correspondence
School, Philadelphia. C
LADIES, copy letters at home, $10 per
1.000; send stamped envelope for applica
tion. Monarch Novelty Co., Dept. M,
Chicago. C 4o8 $
$3 DAILY copying letters at home; either
sex; enclose two stamps with application.
Illinois Industrial Union, Dept. 29. Chi
cago. C 406 8
$12 WEEKLY copying letters at home; en
close two stamps with application. Temple
Supply Co., Desk 18. Englewood, III.
C 406 8
$1.50 6HIRTWAI8T8 or wrappers free;
write today. Stsndsrd Waist A Wrapoer
Co.. 806-36 LaSalle St., Chicago.
C 402 f
LADIES wanted to copy letters at home
during spare time evenlnga and return ta
ua. We furnish paper free and pay $10
per an. eena aaores'ea envelope ror psr
tlculan and copy. F. M. C, Dept 136,
Bog 1411, Philadelphia. C 41$ 6
T.ADIF.K ,n An nl.rework at their
we furnish all materials and psy from $t
to $12 weekly; send stamped envelope to
nu?i lo., n Monroe bi., unicago. ill.
WANTED-Oood girl for general house,
work; small family. $12 Poppleton Ave.,
corner 32d St. C M443 10
SALESMEN to sell advertising signs. $76
per montn. in every community. Write
at once for parttrulare Universal Sign
Mfg. Co., 16 La rr a bee St, Chicago.
LADIES wanted to do embroidery and
Battenberg at their hnmee: ateady work.
Chicago Crochet C'o. Chicago, Hi. o
WANTED, girl for general housework;
small family; good waga. 1634 8. 2tb st,
WANTED, girl for general housework at
r" rtrnsm st. i-mmi r
TAatMEHIaO AND ITlTTKkl HQ.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 4W Ramge Bldg.
WRITERS everywhere, copy letters home;
$Hno per l.oiO; no canvassing; send ad
dressed envelope for copy and psrtlculara.
Dept. tl, Eg)ptlan Chemical Co., Little
Rock Ark. -4U s
LADY AGENTS, the Never-Tear Skirt and
Waist Supporter Is a great aurcrss;
agents are making big money. Address
J. H. Frsdnack & Co., Station A. New
Haven, Conn. 454 8
LADY or gentleman in Omsha to address
and mail circulars; about one hour's work
each evening; good pay: particulars for
stump. J. McNeill, Station F, Cleveland,
Ohio. -4S1 8
FOR REFIT FIRMSHED Bv...,
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In the
city. 1909 Capitol ave. E MS35
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
TWO housekeeping rooms $8. 2623 St. Mry s
E-792 J 26
FOR RENT, large, pleasant south front
rooms, newly furnished; private family;
terms moderate. 2214 Capitol Ave.
E 342 !
FOR RENT, furnished room, south front;
gentleman. 1708 Davenport St.
$ NICE rooms for Ugh housekeeping, fur
nished. 1113 B. 11th. E M346
LARGE front room, modern. 1921 St. Mary's
avenue E M442 lu
ELEGANT, newly papered and carpeted
front rooms for rent. 2584 Harney St.
FOR RENT, furnished apartment for the
summer. Inquire No. 9, Sherman Flats
FOR RENT, two rooms, furnished or un
furnished. 1616 So. 10th. E-451 8
HANDSOMELY furnished room, gas, bath,
hot and cold water, free telephone serv
ice; very cheap. Call at 2423 Ersklne st.
6 ROOMS furnished for housekeeping, suit
able for four persons, M00 per week,
214 8 . 20th St. E-671 8
WANTED, a man and wife or two gentle
men to occupv rooms in a beautiful
home with a widow lady and daughter.
Address C 84, Bee. E 612 8
FOR BENT Nicely furnished front room.
Reasonable. Call or address, 713 North
23d St., South Omaha. E 502 8
NICE, cool, south rooms, pretty front and
others; modern; best of references. 516
N. Z3d. is M47
FOR RENT, four ground floor rooms, suit
able for light housekeeping; other rooms,
single or ensuite. furnished or unfur
nished. 403 S. 25th ave. E 518 8
COOL, clean rooms, 2201 Douglas.
NICELY furnished front parlor; also front
chsmber: one block from postofflce. Call
at 1722 Capitol ave. E 557 8
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Merrtam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 85.
VERY desirable rooms. 212 S. 25th st.
HAVE one nice cool front room, suitable
for two men. 1919 Burt st. F 561
LARGE room, with alcove, modern, fur
nished, with board; also other rooms;
home rooking. 2232 Farnam. F 370 9
NICE rooms with good board. 413 N. 25th
St. Tel. A-2766.
ROOMS, with or without board; private
family; modern house; near Winona. C 35,
Bee. F-538 8
FURNISHED rooms and board at 2108
Douglas. F 644 8
THREE rooms ensuite, suitable for two
gentlemen or man and wife. 625 S. 21st
ave. F 617
rOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, $5 pev month, ground
floor room in The Bee building, facing
Farnam street; no expense for light, heat
or Janitor service. R. C. Peters ft Co.,
rental agents. Bee building. G 116
CENTRAL, S choice rooms. 220 N. 23d.
FOR RENT, entire second floor of resi
dence, unfurnished, all modern. 632 8. 28th
street G 867
TWO ROOMS for light housekeeping; back
parlor furnished or unfurnished; modern;
references exchanged. 623 N. 19th at.
O M307 11
THREE unfurnished rooms, being entire
parlor floor; reasonable. 2563 St. Mary's
ave. G M366 8
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 916 Farnam St. It
has four stories and a bement which
was formerly used aa The Bee press room.
IM.1. will V. m,mwnA r .r ......). . 1 .
j 1 1 1 r. win w , . 1 1 . . . - . j , c.uiinuup,
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
FOR RENT, store in first-class location;
rent reasonauie. Atipiy n. i. feiers 4fc
Co., ground floor, Bee bldg, 1266
FOR RENT, desk room or large space
suitable for merchandise brewer or party
auma uudiiicbi in iriiuirDaia uisinci. in
quire Hene i Co., 916 Farnam st.
TO LET, offices In Paxton block and Me-
r - . . VMv W r,pn,m fin.lt. ,'j-ia
Farnam st. 1672
DESK room for rent at 943 N. Y. Life bldg.
1 MJof "
remember It only takes sn extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw the ad in The Bee.
STORE FOR RENT,
H07 HOWARD ST.
I-story and basement. Steam heating plant.
occupied by Festner Printing Co. Long
or short lease.
R.C. PETERS & CO.
Ground Floor Bee Bldg. Exclusive Agency.
WANTED TO RENT.
VERY deslrsble rooms, with board; refer
ences required. C $7, Bee. K 645
I or 6-room modern detached house, family
of two. Address C $3. Bee, or 'phone
B-22S1. K 401 8
WANTED to Rent, iff good locality, two
rooms, furnished or unfurnished, or un
furnished ho uue near good boarding
place. C 26, Bee. K-479 8
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED, two or three good vacant lots,
suitable for residences or flats; must be
good locations and price reasonable: all
cash and no extra expense of selling.
Address direct to buyers, B 10, csre Bee
offlos. N M449
WANTED 2d-hand clothing for rash. 1207
Farnam. N M297 Jy. $
WANTED, wheel for girl 8 years old. 1521
Madison Ave. N 4a0 8
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2u20. New and necond-hand, bought, sold,
exchanged. O 861
FOR SALE Cheap; oak dining table and
chairs and two lion beds. llJa South 2Mb.
HOUSEHOLD furniture for sale cheap 4UJ
Seward Bt. O 393 8
ANTI-MONOPOLY OARBAOE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and
dead animals at reduced pric mi N. 11
Tel. 1779. -
COPPER MINING COMPANY
25 Per Cent Advance in Price.
On June Sth the price of this stock will
advance from 10 cents to 12 1-2 cents a share.
None will be sold after that date for less than
12 1-2 cents.
The sales of this stock during the week befoie last
were so large as to be extremely satisfactory, as an
nounced In last Sunday's papers. BUT DUR1NO THE
WEEK JUST PAST THEY WERE MORE THAN TWICE
AS LARCE. At the same rate of increase there will be
little unsold at the end of this week, when the price
Now you have some money that you are investing In one way
or another as nearly everybody it doing, and when you hear of
this stock you are inclined to say, "Well the chances of loss are
too great, I do not care to risk It." In reply to this we simply teil
you what other people did last week and the week before. A great
number have taken some of this stock. ALMOST WITHOUT
EXCEPTION EVERYONE WHO HAS READ THE DES
CRIPTIVE BOOKLET AND LOOKED AT THE ORE HAS
INVESTED, And they were all just as conservative and cautious
as you are and would refuse to take any greater chances of losing
their money than you would. IF ALL OF THESE PEOPLE,
AFTER USING THEIR BEST JUDGMENT, DECIDED THAT
THIS STOCK IS GOOD FOR THEM, DON'T YOU THINK
YOU WOULD DECIDE THAT IT IS GOOD FOR YOU IF
YOU INVESTIGATED IT? '
Only one week remains to get this stock at the present price.
Don't dolay Investigation. Get the descriptive booklet and ex
amine the ore.
F. E. BROWN, Secretary,
603 N. Y. Life Building.
Also see samples of the ore in window of Kuhn's
drug store, 15th and Douglas streets.
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, McCague Building.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or pronfriy quick, j.
H. Johnson, M3N. X.
DESK KOOM, roll-top desk and 'phone
i T ts 1 tt KT V T Ia
BerVlCC. a, 11, eJUIlUBUII, O-td AN, A. A-JIltr.
with $5,000 can acquire controlling inter
est In a rapidly increasing ana proniuuie
legitimate manufacturing business; In
vestigate this proposition. J. H. John
son. N. Y. L. Y-M829
FOR SALE, good, clear, up-to-date stock
pi jewelry, crocaery, musical HiBwuuiQitw,
tewing machines, notions, etc., about
$4,600; also good brick building. 25x100,
with lot 25x150; stock located In good
county seat town, northwestern Iowa:
tock exceptionally clean, running ond
doing good business. Fine opening. Ad
dress P. M. Casady, Sioux City. la.
x two JIB-
BOOMING houses, various sizes, in fine
location; one especially cneap, w lupin.,
filled with roomers, fine locatlonji see
' me early. J. H. Johnson, N. YyLjf2s g
FOR SALE, asphalt plant, 11th and
orace streets, unwn.. "
Standard Paving Co.. C010! Je2J
FOR SALE, furniture of a 10-room nmise
full oi gooa paying oumumi, "'
from Harney, Dodge and Farnam cars,
4 blocks from 16th; rash offer only con
sidered. A good thing for the right per
son. House rent reasonable. Address C
7, Bee. 60
HOTEL. 42 rooms, elegantly furnished.
modern mrougnoui, momui;
12,000; only J2.00 house in live Iowa town
oi! 8,500; furniture for sale; here la a
bonanxa. J. H. Johnson. N. Yy MB21
HOTEL WHITNEY for rale or rent; newly
refitted; rurnace neai; miiuio "i
Address R. G. Whitney, Tllden Neb. g
WILL TRADE for good land in eastern
Nebrasaa or sen ior can, - vj
Inees in one of the best towns In
eastern Nebraska; new. clean, groceries,
dry goods, shoes and general merchan
dise: value about 16.000; doing a business
of $1,000 cash per month wsmes PJU-"!
. population about 6.000; 1.0
xacuiues; pariy ...
building; location best in the city for
trade, which he Is about to dispose of
reason for selling, building can be rented;
splendid chance for progressive man to
enlsrge business. Take this up quick ns
It won't last. For information addreM
C U. care of Bee. Y-M3J8 8
CIGAR fixtures and S-chalr barber out
fit fine location, good trade; Investigate
this. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. L"y628 ,
TO buy, sell or exchange a business. Call
on C. J. Canan. R. 8. 1517 Fttrn'YnM,j0
GENERAL MOSE. storks in llvi low"
doing profitable business. Invoice $2,500 to
$10,000. wlil consider some good Improved
land for part. J. H. Johnson, i
WANTED Partner with $5,000 for estab
lished department store. Address, B 60.
CALIFORNIA'S OIL BOOM.
New Investment plan; dividends at once,
real estate security; small Investors para
dise; write for particulars. Krause &
Stowe, Rea Bldg., Sen Jose. Cal. Y-
PATENTS SECl'RED OR FEB B.K
TI'RNED. Send model or f'
FREE opinion as to P'ntb'l',V' J,pn'J
for our Illustrated GUIDE BOOK n,rt
publication lsaued for free dUtributlon.
t ontalns 100 mechanical movements. Tells
HOW TO OMTA1N A PATt.NT HOW
AND WHAT TO INVENT FOR PROFIT
HOW TO SELL PATENTS LAW
POINTS FOR INVENTORS, etc. Patents
WANTED and a MANUFACTURERS'
EVANS. WILKEN8 CO..
Evans Bldg. Washington, D.C.
FLOT'RINO MILL, 50-bbl. capacity, latest
patent procefs; fine location In Neb ,
paving business; will consider good land,
vaiue, $10,000. J. H. Johnson, -yYj,B-
$36 INVESTED with me returned $18 .76 net
profits during the month of May. Only
actual earnings advertised. Send Tor
"Hints;" 100 satisfied clients will verify
shove statement. Alfred Mitchell, l
West K8d St.. New York. Y 423 8'
LET vour money earn money for you. $.V
can be made on every $lu" Invested. Write
Immediately for particulars to Morrlssey
A- Co.. 63 Broadway. N. Y. Y 4J3 8
WANTED, persons wishing sound, prolt
able Investment to send for new pros
pio'us and map. M. K. A T. Oil Or. St.
EVERY man who has a dollar Invested in
turf speeulstlon should resd "Psul Pry
on Horse Racing." Olves complete In
formation regarding all turf companlra
and gives you an opportunity to steer
clear of danger. Mailed free to any ad
dress. Write to N. 8 Ooodsell. Rlm
back Block. Hammond. Ind. Y 43 8
OI'R new progressive system of turf soecu
Intlon averages 11 per cent weekly. Shares
$10. Money can be withdrawn at any
time. Dividends paid weeklv. Paracu
lars, address Bollltt V Co., Beard TMg.,
Nw York. Y 44-
YOU CAN Invest $50.00 or more with A. E.
GrifT Co-Operative Bookmaklng Co.
Operating on rare tracks on percentage
basis. Investments absolutely safe, larRa
dividends paid weekly; bank and turf ref
erence. Write for particulars. A. E.
Grift Co-Operatlve Co., 411 Imperial Hldg.,
Chicago. Y 461
BAKERY and confectionery business
wanted in city of 2,000 to 10.000; mut
be paying proposition and a bargain. Ad
dress C 20, Bee. Y MSGS
$2 000 WILL buy H Interest In a profitable
business already before the public, worth
investigating. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
GO PER CENT average monthly profit
tinder our new syBtem of turf specula
tion. Shares $10 each. Dividends paid
semi-monthly. Send for circular. White
& Co.. 88 Pulltser Bldg., New York.
(Mention paper.) Y 448
MAN as treasurer of reliable corporation,
who will Invest $5,000; salary $2,000 per
year; good investment. C 80, Bee.
Y 5(10 8
MEN Investing in corporation may secure
permanent position at $ino to $200 per
month: safe, remunerative Investment
C 3L Bee. Y-10
GROCERY STOCKS In and out of city,
$1,000 to $4,600, good business, for cash
and land. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
W. FARNAM SMITH
Manage ESTATES and other PROP.
ERTIES and act as RECEIVER or
REFERENCE: Merchants National
Bank, U. S. National Bank.
Office 1320 Farnam St.
FOR SALE, a new electric lighting plant
and a modern io-bbl. roller mill, steam
power, in a good county seat of t.Ouo,
eastern Nebraska. Address C 82. Be.
Omaha. Y M468 IS
WANTED Good promoter to organise a
stock company. Splendid opportunity for
an investment. No experiment. A
straightforward legitimate business prop
osition. Aoaress, t tu. uee.
PIANO, standard make, for lease on mod
erate terms. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
DIVIDENDS ALWAYS PAID WEEKLY.
Investments have always been returned on
NO LOSSES HAVE EVER OCCURRED.
Only Incorporated association operating
this form of Investment.
Safest, strongest, most permanent money
We operate a high-class, legitimate busi
ness and make no statements we cannot
Booklet, particulars, sworn statement and
references sent free.
NO OH GRAIN OR WALL STREET
CO-OPERTIVE INVESTMENT ASS N.
168-171 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
HARDWARE, furniture and Implement
stock combined for sale; hotel to trsde for
good farm. Bog C, Barnard, Mo.
LEARN about Angora Goats as money
makers, read American Goat Breeder.
Room 63. 147 6th Ave., Chicago., published
monthly, 10 cent a copy. Y 433 8
CONCESSIONS at Foresters' rdcnlo. Platts
mouth, Sunday. June 22; attendance ex
pected over 1.000; no gambling: T. R.
lluaton. 12(8 Farnam Bt. Y 400 6
ESTABLISHED business for sale or trade;
will pay an active msn $4 to $5 per dav;
Sood reasons for selling. Address C 26,
ee. Y 441 8
HARDWARE STOCKS In la. snd Neb.,
paying businesa, $2,000 to M.0OO; some
good land may bs considered ss part.
J H. Johnson. N. T. Ufa, Y-627
WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding beo. . ix. trmiui
IF YOU have land, ranches, merchandlae
or rental property and desire to exchange
send full particulars to Lock Box 228,
Falls City, Neb. Z-478-8
FOR EXCHANGE $00 atork of drugs.
Will consider good land. John C. Nulk,
Falls City, Neb. Z 474-
FOR EXCHANGE Several good stocks of
general merchandlae. Want good land nr
rental property. Ixck Bog Kails
City. Neb Z 47C-H
YOUNG widow, no children, owns fine
farm and other property, also $i.(mi
rath wants kind, reliable husband. Han.
47 Park Ave., Chicago.
INSURANCE! policies, old-line companies,
purchased. Loans oi policies. Call on or
writ The Putnam Co., so- N. Y. Life
bldg., Omaha, Neb.
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