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THE OMAHA DAILY 11EH: TIUPAY, .TAX U All Y 1,
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tress ta a kr4 latter la aar
f Tka Ha. Aaawara a a44r will
fee liver aa rasatati Ika
TOUNO mnn want plac to work for
nnarn while attending school, riovioa
College. Tel. WS4. A M719
WANTED, portion As bookkeeper or as
sistant; .ten yeara' experience; beet of
reference Address T 13. Bee. A 725 8
EXPERIENCED , stenographer desires
venlng employment. J 23, Bee.
MEN to learn barber trade; free railroad
fare upon our failure to convince you of
this being the BEST and only reliable,
moat practical barber college In the
United States. Write for catulbg today.
Westerh Bafbers' Institute, Omaha, Nb,
OOOD messengers wanted; high salaries.
A. D. T. Co., 212 8. 13th St. B-SSO
WANTED Two good hustlers. Open until
I p. m. Western Art Co., 1714 Nicholas St.
PANTS preaaed, inc; suits, 30c; we call and
deliver. 116 B. ltitli, upstairs. Phone
B MK70 17
WANTED, a place for young man to work
for board while attending school. Ad-
drees Boyle's College, New York Lit
Building. Telephone i4. a
WANTED, by a large Omaha business In
stltutlon, a young man 17 to 20 years old
wlUina- to start on small salary; good oo
portunlty to gain experience and work up.
Address, riving education, business ex
perience. If any, and references. 8 M, Bee
omce. a maia-
WANTEP, harness-makers on hand and
machine work. The Waterloo Saddlery
Co., Waterloo, la, w Muia V
FIVE solicitors and collectors. Quick ad
vancement. 627 Paxton Bldg.
B 1J 11
TOBACCO etrlpper and experienced ap-
prentice. Ueorge Harm, w . m si.
, b Mtitm iu
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
steady practice, expert Instructions, no
limit to term. mot complete Institution
of the kind In the world; all work free;
complete outfit given each student; wages
Saturdays; ooara proviueo. it aesireo
Write Moler Barber College, lft '2 Doug
las St B M668
WANTED Single hand to husk corn by
the bushel; also men with teams and
wagons; good wages paid. Standard Cat
tie Co., Ames. Neb. B-M715 12
EXPERIENCED atenographer, young man,
wanta good position. Address T 3o, Bee,
i ivi.M s-
BOY, between 17 and 19, to take care of
doctors omce and team. Address, T zi
Bee. B 765 6
WANTED, yonng man.' an -ex-pert type
'writer operator who can talk. Address
T24,,Bee. . . B M.7S0 14
DENTlST-Wanted an operator; must be
Sood crown and bridge workman. Ad
resa, stating wages expected. Dr. F. C,
B.merson,,iseo. ... b-miuh
WANTED at once," a good all-round
printer, capable of taking entire charge
must be sober and a hustler and strictly
up-to-date; no booser tolerated; steady
lob; write, stating least wages.- Randall
&. McKee, Sidney, la. B M777 V
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; spe
cial Inducements to Nebraska and Iowa
students: beware of fake catalogue and
misleading offers; we have no college In
Omaha; write for special offer. Motor's
- HHTher college, Denver, coio., or Dallas,
. -xexaa. u Hint w
WANTED Good man tn act aa financial
agent to represent large corporation
must have bank, references and be ac
-aualnted with leading citizens of hi
county: hlah-arrade position to clean man.
Addresa Secretary, I. O. Drawer 1146 Des
Moines, Iowa. B M796
WANTED, 200 men to cut lea at Swift'
. lea house. Cutoff lake, today. B-MSUO
TO SELL, side line, easy seller, large
propts; sens everywnere; carry sample Ir
pocket. Address, S, Bee, Council Hlurts
EVERYWHERE, to seU Lambert Type
writers, Monroe as vjq., iu in. 161 n Bt
NEW opening for traveling salesman of
fered, also advertisers; straight salary to
.... .4 m... T -1 . i r . . V, '.i I i ,. 1 1 .. 'I ..
. . MM V
BEIjLi Bitters as side Una on commlcslon
' Aba article, wall advertised. 2668 Cuming.
WANTED, salesman; young, energetic ahoe
salesman who has a Nebraska trade, to
sell a leading St. Louls line of shoes,
Clover Brand Shoemakers, BU Louis, Ala.
. M77H 14
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
' WANTED Girl lor general housework
family of four; good wages to righ
. party. None but thoroughly compeien
Iieip neeu apply
SUh Bt. Tul
luO Girls. Call Canadian office, 16th & Dodge
WANTED, gin for general housework. Call
at k. 2ta bu c 714
WANTED, a neat young girl for upstairs
worn in small laaiiiy. nil a. nn ave,
corner roppieion. C Mi40
WANTED Ladles to learn halrdressln
nmnlcurlng or facial massage: sued
offer for ten to begin at once; four weeks
completes; can or writs Moler Collet
ljoi Douglas Bt. C Mtka
WANTED, a head trimmer tn millinery de
parimuiii: one who la inoruugniy com
veieui. Apply or write to J. L. Brandel
t Bona, Boston more. C M
WANTED, girt for general houaewor
small tamliy and good wages; good hom
lor good giru Apply jlm t'oppieion Av
. - C 7-J0
WANTED, girl for general housework. Ci
at !- N. tld Bt. C-T23 s
WANTElwromVetent housekeeper, small
faintly. In country; good home and wages.
Address, witn reiercnces, miss I..
Lytte, Yankton. B. D. C 71 11
WANTED A competent girl In family of
three. Mrs. Kelley, 1HU Wirt.
"' ' . ' . C 782 t
WANTED A girl for general houaewor
three In family. Xbli B. t.'d. C 7M 12
QIRL wanted; good writer. Addrexs T
Bea, . C Mi' US' 1"'
WANTEP t)ne chambermaid, $15 per mo
one dining room gin, na per mo.; o
dishwasher, $12 per mo.: board and lod
tug. Addresa CouuneiclMl llutel, Muio
NeU,- - C M7M 10
FOU REM HOI Mis.
Til MOVE right get Omaha Van Stnra
Co.; oltlc-e. lulls Farnam. or Tela. l.VSs-iwA
UOl'SES. $5 upward.
Bemls, Paxton Blk
S-RiiOM modern, near High school, $27.64.
k-rooin house, Sbin and nariea, Jj i.
- lnq. Cup. Ave. Tel. 6.3. Rohlson.
. D 41
FOR RENT, one s-roon house, with gas
water ana sewer; just ueii pmced
first-class repair: in good Kcatlon. C.
Hovhniaiin. 4J6-37 Paxton block. D 17
Ijni In all pans of city. The O.
IIUUJLO Davie Co.. ib Be Bidg.
1741 8. 11TH Bt., (-room cottags, city water,
rental $10. WtlUa.ni K. fuller, receiver,
14 Brown block. i m
FOR RENT HOI alCS.
ANS and baggage wagons. Tela. 11K-1146.
Q. Wallace, Brown Blorg.
OL'SES and flats. Rlngwalt, Barker blork.
ROOM modern house, 2311 Charles. Tele
phone A-2oti8. D loJ
inllCCC In all parts of the rlty
IOUOLJ It. C. 1'etera t Co., Bee Hitlg.
ROOM house, N. 24th. $14.00. Tel. S4
MAOGARD Van A Storage Co.
FOR RKN'T-Ntne-mnm house; lust newly
papered ana repaired; all modern except
furnace: 22(1 St. and fopd flnn Ave., ill.
wo -room houses. tn ami California bis.,
all modern, rltr water and icwr, 118.
ne 4-room home, 17th and Cuming 8ts.,
city walci, H'i.
C M. BAt MMAJMV,
4Jn-J7 Paxton Block.
OI'R gool flats, containing altogether 24
rooms, mod. rn except neat; an newly
papered, painted and new plumbing
throughout; all light ronms; rwing tne jd
and 3d floors Nos. IG1 1 and 1613 Howard
st. $120.00 per month for all, or will rent
earn nnnr separately.
room brick house, city water, etc., 1436 N.
EOHUE A COMPANY, 1601 Fsrnnm St.
D 6X4 18
MODERN 8-room house, also g-roora. fine
locations, low prices. Inquire 1411. Vinton,
quire 1411 Vinton. D 733 8
FOR RENT 7-room houaw near the park I
on 31st and Farnam: modern throughout,
furnace with hot water connection i will
be vacated February 1; rent, H5.00 per
month; owner pays water rent. Apply
at location, 123 North 31st Ave.
ICELY furnished and modern -room
home, No. 1117 S. lh Ave., to let for 7
months. Mb oer montn. K. u. t-eters a:
Co., ground floor Bee Jflrtg. D M7.M 9
$10 FOR T rooms, 8007 Jackson street, city
water and oath, good location. 1'hone
470. Potter, Forgan & Haskell. D 762
FOR RENT FL'RNISIIED ROOMS.
DEWEY European Hotel, 13th and Farnam.
PER WEEK 122 So. 18th St.. one block
South of court house. t-M
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge
ROYAL HOTEL, European. 16th & Chicago
r. on i
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 780.
ROOMS for light housekeeping. 1112 So.
ilth Bt. u,
ELEGANT steern-aeatad rooms. 1909 Capi
220 N. 17TH, NEAT ateam-heated rooms.
Hi 410 4ii
NICE, warm room, suitable for one or two.
2j80 Harney. t, m IN
ELEGANT rooms; hot water heat; mod
ern; references. 161e Webster.
E MS46 J16
DESIRABLE rooms, walking distance. 2224
Farnam. Miai ltr
FRONT parlor, furnace heat, gas. 22JC S.
20in Bu mm rs
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
PRIVATE family. $09 South 26th avenue.
BOARD by day or week; meal ticket, $3.o0.
21 meals; noma cooaing. ivt ouri.
F 181 J22
FOR RENT Nicely furnished' rooms, with
board; rooms single or ensuiie; modern,
Including- telephone: convenient to cai
line; also within walking distance: terms
. i . . . . i . . o,,ui . -.. a, 'I'.. I A )"ti i
reasonable. Apply 2406 Cass !
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
nn RENT Store in nrst-clasa location:
rent reasunauie. vippi rv. v. x cicm at
Co.. ground floor, Be Bias. i vm
mft RENT The building formerly occu-
pied by rne xiee ai sin rarnam oi. i nw
four stortea ar.d a basement which was
formerly used as me tsee press room.
This will be rentea very reasonaoiy. it
Interested apply at omce to c. c. nose-
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
1 iOl I
OFFICES In The Be building, $10.00 per
Rental price Includes heat,
Uuhi and ianltor service. R. C. Peters
& Co., Rental Agents, Ground Floor, Beo
von RENT Building suitable for whole
sale purposes at io carnaro, utw, iour
B,.,rU. ami llrat-claaa cemented basement.
elevator, tire and burglar proof vault,
ofllce counter and fixtures. For price and
particulars inquire J. J. ttosewaier, aecre-
tary The Bee Building Co., room 100, Bee
The 4-story and basement brick building,
8:1x120 It. in size, no. ini unu mm xii
iwv at. liio.uo per month.
Good storeroom, No. 1412 Harney it. $50.00
Storeroom and basement, In first-class con
rtition Howard at. $00.00 per month.
Storeroom, in tirst-class coldition, 1433 S.
ltith st. iu.w per monin.
GEORGE COMPANY, ttol Farnam St.
DOUBLE parlors. Call at 1616 Webster it
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to itim
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment, with assured good In
come. Agents In the country with horse
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, omana. iu
COMBINATION DIPPER Dozen articles
In one dipper; strainer, tunnel, etc.;
sample ami catalogue describing other
goods post paid 26c; agents. wanted. Chick-
Wlnahlp Co., 104 Lust 9th Bt.. Kansas
J M4S6 11
WANTED Agents to sell an article that
sella to every ranuiy; retails tor Zuc; write
for particulars, ltobt. 8. West, Cleve
land, O. J-M790 9
WANTED TO RENT.
A RESPONSIBLE business man will make
a two oi tliree-year leune of well Lullt.
attractive, seven or eight-room modern
bouse in good location. Address S 67, Bee
ofltov, stating particulars. K il&.n
WANTED Board and room to apply on
plana Lurchase. Addresa 1 29. Bee.
WANTED TO BIY,
WANTED Flv carloads of secondhand
furniture; highest prices paid. Drop a
card or telephone 771. Jo Levins. 3v6 N.
N M.'3 19
WANTED to buy or. rent a house or flat
containing 18 or rooms. Address Dr.
Condon. 311 N. Y. Life. N-M5o
FOR SALE FIRN1TIRE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
a20. New and secondhand, bought, sold.
axenangcu. O toi
FOR SALE HORSES. WAGONS, ETC.
TRY ME on wagon repairing. Flrst-ciaas
worn. it. rroet, mn and Leavenwurth.
FOR SALE, or trade, white hearse. Ogden
livery Uttiu, vuuncu diuhi. f Mi l;
GOOD family horse.
P M690 FS
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib
Ding, combination ladder. ji Douglas.
FOR BALE, phonographs, superior to any
tuber musical instrument, $5 u. '1 lie
wiitmann lo.. io-i arnam. (J 4u6
FOR SALE OR TRADE White hears.
Oguea uvwjr eaxn, vuuncu mulls.
Bee Want Ads Pay Best
They Reach Twice As Many Readers
FOR SALE M lt F.I.LAN KOI S.
INDIAN goods and relics. Hit Farnam.
2DHAND safe cheap.
Derlght, 1111 Farnam.
WAREHOTSE. M.ooo square feel, fine
trackage faclllllea. Beebe & Runyan, 10th
and Farnam. VI 713 F4
FOR SALE, first mortgage note bearing
per cent interest, payame every six
months ; has about 2'i yeara to run; good
sorority and endorsed by responsible
farty; amount, ii.wio. inquire u. m.
lachmann. Boom 424, Paxton block.
ANYONE contemplating taking a business
or snort nnnd course can secure a lire
scholarship In one of Omaha's leading
commercial colleges. For particulars ad
dresa 8 47, Bee. Q M:t4
TWO good doublo alelghs, $45 and $65; newly
painted; Rockaways, depot wagons.
Brougham". Drummond Carriage Co..
lsth and Harney Sts. Q-M715 IS
NEW and 2dhand typewriters. 1119 Farnam
75 LADIES' and gents' watches, 150 dia
monds left 'n raw". good ns new. selling
at half price. Diamond Loan office. 1401
Dojglas. Q M217 ?
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1814 Cass street.
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist, $15 8. 15.
medium. I Chi
8 Mti92 F3
HAS parlors at 521 N. Hth St. Hesds past,
iiresent aril future. Bee lilm at once,
'rices In reach of nil. 766 !!
LIIEC'TRIC 1 HE VI M EST.
GRACE O'BRYAN of Kentucky. 720 B. ISth.
MRS. DAVIS. 1621 Howard St., baths.
'! 475 J13
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, r. 2.
T M771 F7
MME. SAt'N'DERS gives magnetic treat
ment, lain ieavenwortn Bt. tut i.
. T M743 13
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous nair removed by electricity. K. 12,
Frenier block. U 411
VIAVI. Woman' Way to Health. Home
treatment. Booklet tree. 246 Bee Bldg.,
Omaha. U 412
GRAMOPHONE3 and supplies, wholesale
ana retail, vjoiuns i iano uo., ib-i uougias.
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. messengers.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con-
nnement; oaDiea ooaraea and adopted.
Mrs. Gardels, 2334 Lake. Tel. Red-1884.
ANY CASE of dandruff or falling of hair
curea lor i; jo years experience; this
Is no fake, but absolute cure; If not cured
win refund money; can also give many
testimonials; ladles can call or address,
except Saturday, T. J. Clark, 2419 N. 24th
Bt., omanu, r.eo. u M644
PRIVATE hospital before and during con.
nnement; nrst-ciass in every respect:
babies adopted. Dr. L. L.. Miller, -250i
Dionao tn. mono r -usz. ; ,. u M4.'
OMAHA DYE WORKS, 1615 Howard, fash
ionable cleaners, dresses, suits, cloaks,
draperies, rugs, lace curtains; we dye
Garnets. - IT MX24 lfi
tHmuruui, manicuring, racial ana spe
Hal massage taught and practiced A,
Mayer, tu Bee Bldg. consultation free.
Tel. 1716. U M837
ELITE PARLORS, 615 8. ICth St., 2d floor.
u .MMO IB
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before and
during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Gerlsch,
O.-', - II fr. I ,. at T,.. , a runa.nul.ln
OU.J cniliui ll'a .J i . . . . . u , v nou, i a .
RUPTURE CURED without pain. Emptr
Rupture Co., N. Y. Life Building, omana.
ORIENTAL RUG CLEANING CO., 1913
Leavenworth, cleans rugs, lace curtains.
blankets, etc.; cleans ana ayes laaies ana
gents' wearing apparel; every article
sterilized. Tel. 8266.
U M498 12
PRIVATE hospital for ladles befor anil
during confinement; names anoptea. Ziirc
S. ISth st. Mrs. Fisher. Tel. F3213.
U MK M
MRS. JOCABSON. 2205 N. 20th St.
U lis z-
ANY Information eoncernmg James P.
Foley, native or uanirciveen, to. rverry,
Ireland, would be thankfully received by
Thomas F. O'Dea, 2723 2fith St., Chicago,
III., as he would hear aomethinir to his
advantage. U-M776 11
DR. B. M. JACKSON, 1505 Farnam St.
second floor; room t, ana 4.
MOVED to larger quarters. Grand Electric
Co.. phone 2MB. &zo bo. win m..
I w vTVTWMemhera for Ho
v: i n grannopnone tree to
members. Write Mason Co., Box 47. New
York. U-MT91 9
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4'4 PER CENT on business property,
S Pr cent on residence property.
Options to nay w ho le o r Part an y
W. B. MEIKLE, 401 8. 15TH ST.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
t state. iirennan-iove -o., d. wm.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants, rt. reters at to., nuz
Farnam St., Be Bldg. W 42f
4 TO $ P. C. money. Benjls, J'axton Blk.
FARM and city loans, low ratea W. H.
Thomas, First rai. nann oiag. iei. iwia.
f 1VE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1604
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Bmltn at v,o., rarnam street.
I PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas,
I W IJ5
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
FOR SALARY IXJANS.
Every man or woman In Oinaha. Boutn
Omana ana council tuu geiiiog a
salary call and get our money on your
plain note, without publicity, mortgage
TRY US ON
Goods remain In your possession ; you get
the full amount or loan witnout deduc
tion, our svstem of payment the easiest.
Our rates are easily the lowest. We aim
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
Get Off Elevator at Third Floor.
Room $vL PAXTON BLOCK. Room 301
C A QVTOGET
LAO I TO PAY
Best explains our methods
W loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
reecipts, etc. or if you nave a permanent
position we can make you a
I Without security, except your own agree
ment to repay, our service Is quick and
confidential and we always try to pleas.
All we ask la that you glv us a call be
fore you burrow elsewhere.
OMAHA UUKTUAUK LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trad Bldg. Tel. 2295.
(Established, li.!.) J 8. 16th Bt
SALARY and CHATTEL
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.
633 Paxton Block, 16th and Farnam Sts.
LARGEST BfSINEPS IN LOANS TO
8AI.AIU EI PEOPLE, merchants, team
Wers, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 ofllees In prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. X 133
THE STAR LOAN COMPANY,
Room 644. Paxton block. Phone F2J94.
This company Is the private bank of the
wage-earner and salaried employe. If
you have a permanent position as clerk,
bookkeeper, salesman, machinist or arti
san of any klim, you can obtain on your
note, without security or Imlorser:
Monlhly. Monthly. Weekly.
$100 return to us... .IL $13 3i 6 '
$ tx return to us.... 13 3.1 6 6) 3
I 2t return to us.... t.tie 3.d - i.ob
$ Is return to us.... 4.00 2 00 l it)
Our ortlces are private and our business
co!,ftdenllal. From 9 a, m. to 7 p. in.
WE LOAN money on furniture, pianos and
diamonds. Low rates. Any length of time.
Private. OMAHA CHATTEL LOAN
BANK. 1404 Farnam, up9talrs. Tel. A-2113.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock,
iewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
To., Sue. to Duff Green, 8 Barker block.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
614 I'axtcn block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on. pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F Reed, 319 S. 13.
Write us regarding Investments that will
net you from 10 to 18 per cent and abso
lutely safe. Western Realty and Invest
ment Co., Fremont, Neb. Y 805 J 13
CASH for your real estate or business, no
matter where located; If you desire a
quicK sale send us description and price.
!ortn western MURines' Agency, u 3iz,
bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn!
Bk of Commerce
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quick see J. 11.
Johmon, 843 N. Y. Life. Y 435
FOR SALE Complete stock of secondhand
furniture, doing a good business; tine lo
cation; store can be leased or stock- can
be removed; this can be bought at a bar
gain; reason for selling is bad health.
Address, P 49, Bee. ' Y Mot6
GOOD location for a bank; brick building,
fine fixtures, safes and time lock for $9 jO.
Address, P 69. Bee. . Y M691 13
IF YOU want to get in or out of business
or buy or sell property communicate with
Northwestern Clearing Co., N. Y. Life
, Bldg. Y 436
$50 WILL buy a twtj'chalr barber shop,
established business'!'': rent $8 per month,
including three living- rooms. 2626 Cuming
I .' 7T f " ' t
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411. 'McCague building.
. .' , Y (34
WANTED Party with from $2,000 to $5,000
to accept permanent position; business
manufacturing. L. l. C. South Sioux
City, Neb. . Y M532
REGULAR monthly dividend DABNEY
OIL COMPANY stock Increased from
one to one and quarter per cent on par
of one dollar at meeting, New York, yes
terday. Dividend checks at this ofllce
Jan. 15th. Stock advances to $1.60 share
Jan. 20. Wells at McKlttrlck, Kern Co.,
Cal. A bona tide stock, safe as govern
ment bo. ids. Undersigned holds option on
ten thousand shares to be sold during
January. Agents wanted to assist. In
vestigate. M. J. Greevy, Broker, 414 Be
Bldg. Y 737-9
CASH buys $8,0"0 stock clothing at liberal
discount; $7,000, furniture: $4,500, depart
ment goods; $3,500, drugs; $3,ou0, groceries;
$8(i0, cigar store; $L'SA barber shop. All
clean, nicely located and paying well.
Improved farms. Box 225, Nebraska City.
AN Investment of $25 has always averaged
$T5 ier week; particulars on request. C.
B. Bragaw & Co., New Orleans. La.
Y M776 17-
FOR SALE Implement and vehicle busi
ness In a good town central Neh.; this Is
a good paying business; small Investment;
must bo sold quick; good reason for sell
ing. Addresa T 25. Bee, Y M769 10
MUST be sold at once, furniture for 12
room house, used only one year, excellent
location, house filled with very best class
of roomers; a money making opportunity
for the right party. Write S 66, Bee.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
rt I I A UC(llM CHARLES E.. 1203
V i iL.L.inn wn
DOUGLAS COUNTY FARM FOR SALE
9G acres, four miles from South Omaha
postofllce, good improvements. Owner
must sell by February 1, 19j3. and is offer
ing It away down.
O NEIL'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
RE M630 10
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAUester, land commissioner, Union Pa
cltlc Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co.. Room 562. Bee Bldg. RE438
A FINE farm for sale; 240 acres of good,
level land 2 mile from good town in Sa
line county, Mlsourl; rents at $3.50 cash
per acre; will leave $7.oiAi loan on place;
price, $& per acre. Address M. T. Mc
Evoy, Mondamln, la. RE M721 11
GOVERNMENT land, under Irrigation, In
oil regions, along U. P. R. R. In Wyo
ming. 1. C. Patterson, Oinaha.
RE M646 F$
RANCH FOR OMAHA PROPERTY.
1,440-acre fine ranch, grazing and hay land,
6 miles from North Platte, only $3 per
acre; owner will take half In Omaha
property. Be us.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Main Floor New York Life Building.
RE M773 10
FOR SALE Some bottom and valley
farms; right down cheap. Will have to I
and small stock of goods. Will turn over
lumber vard. Doitotflce and grain busl-
ness. a guaranteed salary of $77 per
month. This la a snap with me. W. K.
Hedges, Orson, la. RE 757 8
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
L you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
the farmers and stock raisers about It,
Th best way to reach them Is through
Thla agricultural weekly goes to 40,000
homes of farmers and stock raisers, so If
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
leasoiiahle price you ought to find a buyer
among them. The coat of an advertisement
is small $ cents per word.
THb TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
MONEY TO LOA
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
MODERN 8-room house, 1421 Vinton. In
quire 1411 Vinton. RE 733 $"
A I. Tukey A Son have for sale cne of I
the moHt desirable stock farms in i.oug- i
las county. 9 miles N. W. or omana; oio I
acres; nearly 4"M acres under cultivation,
balance fine pasture, with quite a quantity
of larae timber: good new 6-room house,
barn, sheds, etc., etc.; sheltered yards fori
stock; price, $7o per acre. If too large!
part can be sold to adjoining farmers.
$lo,uno cash and balance at per cent.
A. P. TUKEY SON,
444-445 Board of Trade.
AN ALFALFA FARM.
22S acres. I miles from 1exlngton In Daw
son county, the heart of the alfalfa coun
try: 50 acres In alfalfa; only $'J6.00 per
IT'S A SNAP.
Will take $2.5"0.00 Omaha property as part
payment, fee us.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Main Floor New York Life Building.
RE M7.2 10
A FINELY IMPROVED 320-ACRE FARM
l (.rL.l. ..mi,... K'ulira.lio t3A tr
acre; owner will take U.bv tc TliO
finmliu nrimnrtv a nurt onvment: inis I
should be seen to ne appreciated. see ua.
PAYNE lNVfTMKM IVIIfAHI,
Main Floor New York Life Building.
KE M774 11
GOVERNMENT land, under Irrigation, In
oil regions along u. r. . U. in Wyoming.
D. C. A'atlersun, omana. ut, mms to
CHANCE TO MAKE $1,000 QVICK
l'ROFIT Three full lots, near Farnam
and 4-'d, worth $1,000 each; owner oougeu
to sell; win fane u.w tor an inree ioi.
Hicks, 4o9 Board or Trade uidg.
FINE 80-acre farm, near Tekamah. Neb.,
$3,760. Hicks, 439 Board Trade Bldg.
RE 786 8
ALFALFA FARM FOR SALE.
A flnn aao nrrra in the best nart of Dawson
county; owner will take $2,ri0.00 Omaha
house and lot as part payment; this Ib a
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
"Alfalfa Land Men." N. Y. L. Bldg.
RE M793 15
ACRES, or part. In faring fruits one
of the bst in Iowa, outside and adjoining
1 ..... , .- A. 1.1 A IJD- nflfl. ,n,,nn
city limits, . auuicn a. cn vni., .. .
urithmit nnln-no cutting, tvlnr or burning.
All blood, kidney and bladder diseases
cured; u guarantee given In every case
treated by W. C. Maxwell, M. D., 624
Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb., graduate of
Bellevue Hospital Medical college. New
York city. .
DR PRIES treats auccessfully all diseases
and Irregularities ol women. , irom any
cause; experienced, reliable. 1513 Dodge,
Arlington blk., omana, neo. lei. mi.
WANTED TO BORROW.
WOULD like to borrow $7,000 on $20 acres
of land; no better land anywhere, a fine
place, with soft water, also jk acres oi
aitalfa on the land, a fine stand, which In
an- ordinary crop will raise l,0u0 bushels
teed. Would like to nave tne loan ior i,
2 or 8 years at 4 per cent. This land Is
worth 140 ner acre and on the raise:
located In Loup county. A fine loan for
some one who wants positive security.
Address T 26. Bee. aiiuo r
I.AniM' TAIlAJRING COLLEGE.
Suite 63-64-05-66 Douglas Block, 16th and
Dixie e Sts.
We will cut patterns free of charge for
all ladles who will call at our college on
Friday, Saturday and Monday of this
week. We do this to demonstrate to the
ladies of Omaha what we can do. Every
thing in ladies' tailoring and dressmaking
we teach from practical work, not merely
This la a branch of Kelster' ladles' Tail-
nrln I 'n' I. h e of St: liuls. and will be a
permanent Institution In Omaha. N e are
licit, it, r mj . .11 . ,i u i .'." .. . v. i . .. v.
this city know or our college in ot. i-oms
and of the class of patrons that attend
our college, many of them being ladles
of leisure and especially society women
who make muny of their gowns 'or
than half the cost they can have them
made eisewnere, msae mem. uciier unu
in tho latest stvle.
We design them and cut the patterns for
you you bring the material and two
willing hands, and the result dt a term
at inis college wilt please you. 11 u young
lady o4" colonial times did not possess a
knowledge which would enable her to de
sign and make her own gown she was
conldered as laxklng In one accompusn
rrent at least. It 1s no less an accom
pllKhment today then It was In those good
old days, and la certainly one which any
lady, no mailer what her station In life,
should be proud to possess, and without
which her education la incomplete. From
a practical standpoint, it Is of inestimable
value to all alike, with sucn knowledge
you can design your own gowns to suit
your own taste far better than your tailor
can do it ior you. wnia ior Dooxiet.
LOST, lady's gold bracelet, in vicinity of
16th and Farnam, Thursday noon. Finder
return to Thompson & Belden s. Reward.
Lost toy 10
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
BT1LLMAN At PRICE, S3 U. & N I Bk. Bldg.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. Y.
Life Bldg., attorneys and collectors every
NEB. COLLECTION CO., 306 N. T. Life.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG 8. H., Touch T. W., Bu. Branche.
'leieg. cat. tree. urn. com. cou, ii uoug.
A. C. Van BANT'8 school. 717 N. Y. Llf.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal.
n. y.. Lii.
NEB. Business A Shorthand College, Boyd's
P. MELCHOIR, 13th And Howard, ma-
, chlnlst. 444
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wka. make a spe
cialty of til escape, shutters, doors and
sale, u. Ahureen, Prop., 101 B. lotn Bt.
THINKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phon 1717. M 8. 16th.
THB DEPOT on Urn. L. M. E.
THREE FACIAL Brassages, $L 1711 Dodge.
THO. J. KELLY, vole. Davldgs Block.
WALL PATER AM PAPER HANGING.
OILS, paints, varnishes, window gla.s. T.
J. BUtrner, 2fr No. :vtn hi. lei. a-jn.i.
ROB. WIKLl'ND, union shoe shop l,th
and Ioug. M 4 J.il
For rf.nt barn.
WARM, large barn, $3 per month. ?"19
C'aos St. M!.l
THEO. LIEBEN. MIR Farnam. cistume.
EXPERT AC't'Ol NTANT.
TRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, elc.
G. R. Rathbun, Room a. Com 1 Nat. bank
SCHROEDER Sign Works, 209 8 17th. We
also fbtp signs, write us. 376 Junes
k specialty. 1318 N. 24th
G. W. Sampson.
st. Tel. F-M73.
CONTRACTORS AND RULDKRS.
A. J. Plerson, 20th' and Burt. Tel. L-I8.16.
CARLSON & CO., 2121 Leavenworth. Tel.
sain. MS 16
PETERSON & LUNDBURG. 116 S. 17th.
Tel. .L-2368. 799
EMBROIDERY and lace taught free. Mrs.
Wilson, lti-v Douglas. -iJ4-u
CA.PT. THOB. CORMICK. private detect
' ft.iu.ii uwvfc
PHONOGRAPHS AND SI'PPLIES.
ALL MAKES talking machines; send for
catalogue, omana uicycia to., loin ana
R. GILBERT CO.. tanners. 1424 S. 13th.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. uenmree,
20th and Lake streets. 370
OM. Van Stor. Co.. 1511 Farn. Tela. 15G9-6S.
EXPRESSMAN'S Del. Co.
HATS dyed and blocked, latest style.
Ramser A Kerr, 207 IS. lan. Bena nais oy
SEEDS AND POILTRY SVPPLIES.
E. H. ULLERY & CO., 1611 Howard St.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Oo., 811 North 16th.
COAL AND FEED.
J. B. HEATH. 2309 Cuming St. Tel. B-2s69.
ELEC. automobiles. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
BUSINESS college scholarship for sale at
a bargain In one of Omaha a leading com
mercial colleges; li:'e scholarship. Address
fci 4T, Bee oltlce. - M716
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbugo
and dead animals at reduced prices, ujl
N. 16th. Tel. 17i9. 451
NEBR. Stov Repair Co., 1603 Ltav nw th.
Tel. 2ti4. HIW Jil
enr in t . , .... .... m .. v. i .. .... n. . ...i
lugi all ouneB. confidential. 1301 Douglas.
STAMMERING AND STITTERING.
I CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramga Bld
CANDY AND CIGARS.
ALSO ochool supplies and laundry office.
Mrs. L. Dafflt. 3220 N. 24th St.
-M 646 12
MRS. H. FILLEY, 1310 N. 24th Bt.
cur lulls ranroaa ticaeis everywnere.
P. H. Phil bin, lfwG Farnam.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
EGGS, 20C PER DOZ.
T. & E. Batterton, grocers, XI N. 18th St.
$24.50 BUYS the new highest grade four-
drawer drop head, oak cabinet, genuine
Singer sewing machine; $zo.uO for the
New Home or Domestic; $J1.00 for tho
White; Btandard, $22.00; Wheeler & Wil
son, $24.00; Minnesota, $16.20; Burdlck,
$12.85; Beroco, $8.96. For free sewing ma
chine catalogue and most, liberal free
trial offer cut out and mall this notice
to Sears,' Rbebuck & Co., Chicago.
Any Dealer Can Find
Buggies and Implements all over
the city this week. Hut for
CLOSED CARRIAGES for winter
use, eltni r Rock iways, Coupes,
Depot Wagons.' W can quote
W offer bargain in Second
hand Rockaways and Coupes. We
show a large line of Fur Robes at
Wholesale price. Foot warmer,
stable blankets, etc., and Invite
you to CALL.
18th & Harney
Opp. Court House
J r. WALLACE. . 13th St. -M4S0
SHIRTS TO ORDKH.
OMAHA SHIRT FACTORY, 1916 Farnam.
Gin. E. & ALICE JOHN90N, osteopaths.
Suite Mi, N Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1664.
Dr. Grace Dcrgan, 63$ Bee Bldg.
II. COWGILL No fee unless success,
ful. 218 8. 16th SL, Omaha. Tel. 17M.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, go; collars,
2c, cuffs, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. A-17M.
GOLDMAN Pleating Co.. 200 Douglas Blk.
OMAHA PLEATING CO, W. E. Hatch,
Mgr., 1510 Howard 8t. Tel. S2M.
i . . . j . j
A. NORRLANDER, 706 So. 16th St. Tel.
F-33o9. Cut flowera, bouquets, funeral de
signs. M768 F7
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OMAHA PLATING CO., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2.r.
WHY pay more? Ijunbert, $26; superior to
$100 machines. Sent on approval, ilonroa
Ai Co.. Sll N.16ih St.. Omaha. 469
(Should be read DAILY by all interested,
as changes m:iy occur at any time.)
Foreign malls for the week ending Janu
ary 10, 113, will close (PROMPTLY in all
cases) at the general postofllce as follows:
parcels post malls clese one hour earlier
than closing time shown below. Parcels
wet malls for Germany close at B p. m.,
Monday, pel s s. Kaiser Will'am der
tlrosse; Wednesday, per s. s. Necka, and
Friday, i r s. a. tlraf VValdersee.
Regular and supplementary malls clone
at foreign station half hour later than clos
ing time shown below (except that supple
mentary malls for Europe and Central
America via Colon close on hour later at
FRIDAY At 12.30 ' p. m. for AZORES
ISLANDS, per s. s. Vancouver, from
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BELGIUM dl
rect, per s. s. Zeeland (mall must be di
rected "per s. a. Zeeland";; at 9:30 a. m.
(supplementary 11 a. in.) for EUROPE,
per j. s. Umhria, via Queelistown; at 11
a. m. for DENMARK direct, per a. s.
Hekla (mall must be directed "per a. s.
PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls steamer
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and Famples for Germany only. The same
class of mull mutter for other parts of
Europe will not be sent by this ship un
less specially directed by it.
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and German nteani. rs. and remain open
until within ten minutes of tne hour of
Balling of steamer.
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MAKT1NS. ST. El'HTATH'S via St.
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FRENCH GUIANA, per s. s. Viler; at
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via Tamplco (mall .must be directed "per
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s. s. Etona; at a. n. tsupplcmentary
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and VENEZUELA, per s. a. Caracas
(mall for Savanilla. and Cartagena must
be directed "per s. s. Caracas ; at 8:30
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FORTUNE ISLANDS, JAMAICA, SAV
ANILLA and CARTAGENA, per s. s.
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rected "per a. s. Altai "k at t:0 a. m.
(supplementary 10:.K a. m.) for HAITI
anu SANTA MARTA, per s. a. Athos;
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thence by steamer, close at this ofllca
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for Mexico City, overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch by, ateamer, clos
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thence by steamer, close at this otflc
daily, except Sunday, at 1:30 p. m. and
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Cortec and letter mall for Guatemala, and
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Malls for Hawaii, China. Japan and Philip
pine lHiunus, via Ban i ranclsco, close her
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Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. America
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Bun i rancisco. close nere daily at 6:30
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patch per s. s. Mariposa.
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close here dally at 6:30 p. in. up to Janu
ary , inclusive, fur dispatch per s. a.
Moyune. . ,
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close her? unity at 6: So p. ni. up to Janu
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Inclusive, for dispatch uer a. s. Alameda.
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pine islands, via Ban f ranclsco, close hers
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clusive, for dispatch per s. a. Korea.
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und Victoria. R C, close here dally at
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Shanghai cannot be forwarded via Canada.
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tralia, which Is forwarded via Europe),
I!ew Zealand, Fiji, Samoa and Hawaii,
via San Francisco, close here dully at 6,30
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ary '4, inclusive, for dispatch per s. s.
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the British mall for New Zealand does
not arrive In time to connect with this
bispatch, extra mail closing at $ JO a. ra..
v.io a. m. und u p. m. ; Bunoays at 4 w
a. m., t a. in. and 6:30 p. m. will be made
uu and lorwaruec
the arrival of tbu
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up to January Inclusive, for dispatch
per U. 8. transport.
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which goes via Europe, and New Zealand,
which goes via Sun Fraiu-Uco) and Fill
isluniis, via Vancouver and Victoria, B.
('., close here dally at 6:30 p. m. after
January 24 and up to January 31, in
clusive, for dispatch per a. Miowera.
Transpacihc mulls are forwarded to port
of sailing dally and the schedule of clos
ing Is arranged on th presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mall closes at p. in. pre
vlous da v.
CGHNELIUB VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Poatortice, Nw York, N. Y., Jan. 2, Lo3.
Steamer Ha a taraa' Paasaa;.
VICTORIA, Jan. Tha steamer Empress
of Japan reached th quarantine station
last night on day overdu from Yokohama
after a stormy passu. It will reatu port
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