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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1005."
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. SCHOOL OF
716-717-718 New York Life
A specialty sohool of shorthand, type
writing and office practice a achool mat
teaches bualnee ethics as wall as a tecn
niciU knowledge of shorthand, typewriting,
.ngltsu and other thlnge neceaeary to
make a skillful and accomplished atenog-
rjUaeatu4nta ara filling tha bait positions
from amanuensis to court reporter la
Omaha and many other cities. Ttia stu
atnta of thla eonool have been employed
by tha typewriter oompanlea aa experta to
exhibit machlnee In Uila country and In
Europe. One ot IU students wrote the ar
ticles of capitulation at Manila. Many of
lia graduates ara employed In various de
partments of tha government.
Tha ayatam of saortiianu taught Is that
uked by Mr. Cortelyou, who acted aa pri
vate secretary for tha laat three presidents
of the United btates, and la now a cab
It la wise to choose tha achool whose atu
denta hava made the greatest successes
and who go forth In a manly and womanly
way to aaeumc the dutlea of business.
Cigarette smokers and others having bad
and vicious habits are excluded from the
auhool, which Is strictly select and first
clans. ,, .
Money for unexpired time will be re
funded to any who may tor any reason
wish to leave the achooL
A trial week free, and no one allowed to
enroll who will not probably make a suc
cess. The school deals squareiy with Its
mudunta and with those wuo employ them.
QTHVP Q Replnted. Omaha Plating Co.
OIUVCJ Harney Bt. Tel. 2535.
CITY SAVINGS BANK pays 4' per cent.
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY, Tel. 3530.
ANTI-Monopoly Garbage Co., 621 N. lfith.
Tel. 1779. R 929
211 Uth St.
CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere.
' P. H. I'hllbin, 15"6 Farnam. 'Phone 7M.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Andreen, Prop., 102 S. 10th St.
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Iron and brass castings. 802 Jackson. Tel.
2432. R 9.14
SIGN PAINTING, S. H. Colo, 1302 Douglas.
SAD IRONS replated. 8c; three for 60c.
Omaha Plating Co,, 1508 Harney. Tel. 2535.
1 nriCMITU Keys and locks. C. R.
Hetlln, 217 South 14th.
K 93 1
CHICAGO tailor, Indies' and gentlemen's
high clans work. Tel. Still. 2129 Farnam.
SIDEWALK BRICKlew 'went:
WORTH. 618 Paxton Blk. 'Phone 1672. Also
three million common builders' brick.
FOR Woman Only Dr. Raymond's Pills, for
delayed periods, absolutely reliable, per
fectly safe; no danger, no pain, no Inter
ference with woik; relief brought to thou
sands after everything else failed; highly
recommended by all tltM. have used them.
By mail, 12. Dr. U. V. Raymond Remedy
Co., room 35, $4 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
DR. PRIES trea a successful! all diseases
and Irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stamp. Dr. Pries, 1611Vi Dodge St.,
VEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
dies; never falls; $2 postpaid. Sherman Sk
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 403
DRUNKENNESS AND DRUG HABITS
CURED to st ly cured In the ahorteat length
of time under a positive guarantee, For
full particulars write tha
Ensor Remedy Co., South Omaha, Neb.
Incorporated in 1832.
RUPTURE CURED No knife no Injec
tions; .ail or write for booklet. Quick
Cure Rupture Co.. 611 W. O. W. Bldg.
DR. W. HUTCHINSON, specialist of
women and children; 30 years' practice.
Office. 22e6 Cuming. Residence telephone,
Jwxi. office. 3otH.
MEN, if "you are smart, weak or undevel
oped, nave lost strength, our Acme Vac
uum Developer will restore you without
drugs or electricity; urethral obstruc
tion and varicocele permanently cured In
one to four weeks; 76,000 In use; not one
failure; write for free book, aent aealed
In plain envelope. Acme Mfg. Co., 728
Barclay Blk.. Denver, Colo.
LADIES Chlchester'a English Pennvroyal
Pills are tho best; safe, reliable; take no
other. Send 4c stamps for part'culara
Relief for I.adles." in letter bv return
mall Ask your1 druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co., Philadelphia. Pa,
Brick Mock, centrally located, paying 6
on $10,000. Will exchange V4 the value
for farm land or vacant city property,
balance mortgage; low Interest and long
New brick bouse, renting for $5.6aO per
year to exchange for good farm lands.
This proMTty Is gilt edge and pays a
net Income of 7t.
1.150 acrea first cIhks Missouri bottom lands,
well Improved and i cultivated; to ex
change for city Income property.
3.&O0 acre ranch In Holt county, to ex
change for city Improved property. This
Is a good ranch, V hny land and will be
iut In at the right price.
StiO-Acre farm, Guthrie county, la.; 200 acres
In corn, balance small grain, pasture
and timber; well watered, and fair Im
provements; to exchange for stock of
merchandise. 1.11.0(0 to fjO.Ouu; can pay
Chicago Income. We have two of the
fined apartment houses In I hlcairo, to
ex. haii f..r rliar, cheap lands In Ne
braska or the Dakota. This property Is
somewhat encumbered, but Is paying 9 or
10 per cent net on the price asked.
D. V. Sholes Company
73 N. T. Life. Tel. 49.
IF YOU do i.ot find what you want la this
column, put an aa in ana you win boom
got it. z-e&j
I WANT to exchange my fine JOO-acre farm
In the Elkhorn Valley for a 40 to 80-acre
rirm In southeast Nebraska. Address my
gent. Lyman Waterman, O'Neill. Neb.
J ohnon Institute, 115 N.Y. Ufa bldg. Twi 1664
WHS. JOHN R. MU8ICK.. Osteopath r-Phy.
. . ..M4U V .. . 1.1U 'I -J
WANTED MALE HELP
FALL TERM OPENS TOMORROW.
Touching on Testimonials That "Tell."
We teach Shorthand. Writing and Typewriting.
For long years we've put Into practice the practical knowledge that our Mr.
II. B. Boy lea obtained In his long experience as an Expert Stenographer, he being
for years private stenographer In the General Manager's office of the Pullman
Palace Car Co., Secretary to leading officials of the Union Pacific railroad and
for 15 years Court Reporter of Omaha. Our courses and methods of Instruction
and discipline have been and ARE today the boiled down essence of his knowledge
of what the business world requires In a stenographer, In the shape of speed, ac
curacy, general knowledge and deportment before the business world will consent to
pay that stenographer a good salary. Remember ALWAYS Remember that the aim
of Bayles College la to build up within EVERY BOYLES pupil the ability to earn a
LARGE Salary. Any business college can turn out the $6 and $8 a week Incompetents.
After these years of endeavor It Is Indeed gratifying to receive the following
letters from the two master-minds of tho stenographic world.
First we print a letter received from Mr. Isaac S. Dement, who holds the
World's Championship for speed as a Pitman-Graham writer.
What Isaac S. Dement Says About Boyles College
Dear Mr. Boyles:
I am glad vou are doing so well. But how could It be otherwise? Any one
who has received shorthand Instruction from you must always be free In extolling
your methods. It Is so seldom that shorthand students may receive their knowledge
bv Instruction from one who KNOWS because he has used the Art In a reporto
rlal way. Hence, your success; for the people of your city must know the wheat
from the chaff.
You have my endorsement In full.
Fraternally yours, ISAAC 8. DEMENT.
Next we have a letter from Mr. John R. Gregg, the famous author of Gregg
Shorthand, which is the only real successful light-line system In all the world:
What John R. Gregg Says About Boyles College
Mr. H. B. Boyles. Bovles Business College, Omaha, Neb. Dear Mr. Boyles:
Ever since I visited Bovles College and learned of Its splendid facilities for
giving Instruction In shorthand and typewriting, it has been a gratification to me
to know that you are teaching Gregg Shorthand In such a satisfactory manner.
With your Increased equipment this year and your fine faculty of teachers, who
have prepared themselves so carefully for giving Instruction you will assuredly
have a very prosperous season. Yours very truly,
JOHN R. GREGG.
We teach the Pitman, Graham and Gregg systems of Shorthand.
What do you think of the college of which these two Shorthand Authorities
think so well? Why not pay our new college building a visit and see what you think
of it. If you can't do that, send for a free catalogue.
H. B. Boyles, Pres. v
Boyles' College Building, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMY, able-bodied
unmarried men, between ages of 21 and
35, citizens of United Stales, of good
charactor and temperate habits, who
read and speak English. For further In
formation apply to Recruiting Officer,
13th and Douglas tits., Omaha; Lincoln.
Neb., or Sioux Cltv. Ia. B 7
EXPERIENCED stenographers, 140 to 876.
Office clerks, $35 to $jo.
Experienced clothhig salesman.
Experienced gents' furnishing goods sales
man. Bookkeeper, $.
WFSTEiiN REF. & BOND ASS'N (Inc.).
Dept. B, 840-841 N. Y. Life.
B M223 S
IF YOU are in need ot a position call and
have a "heart-to-heart" talk with HART,
THE EXPERT. 401 N. Y. Ufa. B-338
THREE men of good appearance; steady
employment. C. F. Adams Co.. ltil Howard
WANTED Men and boys to learn plumb
ing trade. Cannot supply demand for
graduates; $4 to 85 per day. Many com
plete course In two months. Graduates
admitted to union and Master Plumbers
association. Send for free catalogue.
Coyne Bros. Co. Plumbing Schools. New
York City, Cincinnati, O., St. Louis, Mo.
DRUG stores bought and sold. Drug clerks
wanted. V. Knleat. 624 N. Y. I .
THREE bright, active men capable of
earning $35 weekly for traveling position.
Apply after 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. Manager,
6oo Ware block. B M245
WANTED General agent for Nebraska
and Iowa, druggist preferred, will make
a good contract with right party; $3w)
required. Address 211, .Bee.
B M621 812x
WANTED Riding saddle makers on stock
saddles. Also hand stampers. -Steady
work for the right parties. Come at onca
or address Marshall-Wells Hardware Co.,
Duluth, Minn. B M9 88
GRADUATE DENTIST wanted to assume
part of my practice; good thing for right
man. Address 239 Bee. B M 9164.
YOUNG man to learn trade. Wire Works,
611 S. 16th 8t. B 137 11
WANTED Experienced general merchan
dise man; German preferred. Scotia
Mercantile Co., Scotia, Neb.
B M169 S
IMMEDIATELY, a young man to prepare
for railway mall. Waltley, Supt., 441
Board of Trade. B-M198 4
WANTED Salesmen In men's furnishing
goods department. Must have years ot
experience. J. L. Brandels & Sons.
B 214 3x
WANTED Three tinners experlenoed on
furnace work. Milton Rogers & Sons Co.
B 217 3
WANTED Experienced salesmen In boys'
and children's clothing. Only those who
have had several years of experience
need apply. J. L. Brandels & Sons.
B M223 Sx
WANTED Men everywhere; good pay; to
distribute circulars, adv. matter, tack
una etc no canvassing. Address Na
tional Advertising Co.. 100 Oakland Bank
Bldg.. Chicago, 111. B M230 Ix
WANTED Experienced young rnan sten
ographer and office assistant; rererencea.
261. Bee office. B M233
IF YOU are a capable stenographer call on
us and we can get you a position at irom
10 to & per cent higher salary than you
WESTERN RT?F. ft BOND ASS'N. INC.
Dept. B, 841-842 N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
B 3S9 t
WANTED First-class salesman In boys'
and children's clothing department; only
those with several years experience need
apply. J. L. Brandels & Sons.
WANTED For Melbourn Dog and Pony
show, tuba and cornet: also lady or gen
tleman contortionist doubling traps, long
season. Carroll. Neb., 2. Bloomfield, 1
Melbourn Dog and Pony show.
WANTED A barber; Saturday and Sunday
man. 594 S. Main, Council Bluffs.
WANTED Boy 15 or 16 years old for office
work; must have some education. Ad
dress O 251. care Bee. B 247 Sx
WANTED Young man for ofWce work;
must be good penman. Address rt Tij,
care Bee B !4T 3x
BOMETHING new In health and accident
Insurance; you can write It: district man
agers wanted. Address Great Western
Accident Association, Des Moines, Iowa.
W A NTET Aaents to sell liauors at whole
sale prices to consumers on liberal com
mission; exclusive te'ritorv r'vrn. E. A.
Wn'hschlld & Co., SS-44 Michigan Ave.,
DURING the last two weeks I have had S6
cslls for male stenographers at $5000 to
$.V'i0. and would be pleased to communi
cate with anv one who is looking for a
position of that sort. Must ba expe
rienced. Good driver, $50.00.
Mapser mining store (Investment), Sal.
HART, 401 N. Y. LIFE.
B M361 4
WANTED-4 Errand hoy; must be bright
and neatVstate age and schooling. Ad
dreaa 266 ee. B 263 t
BRIGHT. cln-cut young man for stock
room, who la desirous of going on the
WfcSTFRN RFF. BOND A S3'?. INC.
Dept. B, aU-841 N. Y. Life Bldg.
H lit I
WANTED MALE HELP
Day and Night
THE CALLS FOR RELIABLE EMPIX5YES
ARE INCREASING TO HELP TAKE
CARE OF THE FALL TRADE IN ALL
LINES. WE CAN PLACE AT ONCE
Ad writer with dry goods experience.
Young man. Bill clerk.
Stenographer and bookkeeper, $75.
Stenographer and clerk, $75.
Stenographer, $60, $'.
Salesman, city. Salary and commission.
Drug salesman road.
Graduate dentist. $2o, $30 weekly.
Traveling salesman groceries.
German clerk out of town.
Boy 17 years old.
Experienced clothing salesman.
First-class country printer.
Call or write for complete list of vacancies.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS'N, INC.
Dept. B, 841-812 N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
B 390 3
BOOKKEEPER wanted; young man who
has had experience In keeping a set of
retail books; one familiar with book
keeping In dry goods store preferred.
State former positions held and salary
expected. Steady position for the right
man. Address A 3, Bee. B M360 5
WANTED Nonunion Job compositors to
take place of strikers In Chicago; steady
employment for competent men; wages,
$19.60 per week of 64 hours, with chance
for advancement; pleasant work rooms;
. none but efficient and trtrstworthy men
need apply; best references required;
give age, experience, names of former
employers, etc. Poole Bros., Railway
Printers, Chicago. 111. B 306 8x
WANTED Energetic man each county to
post signs, advertise and distribute sam
ples; salary $18 weekly; $3 per day for ex
penses; honesty and sobriety more essen
tial than experience. National Co.. 720
Chestnut St., Philadelphia. B 2S6 3x
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. We
originated this short method of teaching
In 1893. Have successful graduates every
where; board Included If desired; little ex
pense; positions waiting. Call or write,
Moler Barber College, 1116 Farnam St.
B M285 8x
CIRCULAR and sample distributers
wanted everywhere; permanent position;
good pay. American Union, Pontlao
Bldg., Chicago. B 828 8x
WANTED Person to call on retail trade
for manufacturing house; local territory;
salary $26, paid weekly; expense money
advanced; previous experience unneces
sary. American House. Star Bldg., Chi
cago. B 316 3x
BIG opportunity: responsible party for
branch office for sale of our dry paste.
Bascom & Co., 705 West 70th St.. Chicago.
B 316 Sx '
DETECTIVE WANTED Shrewd, reliable
man In every locality to act under or
ders; experience unnecessary. Write
Webster's Detective Agency, Dcs Moines,
la. . B 310 Sx
ASSISTANT for local branch office of man
ufacturing house; salary $18 weekly; per
manent position. Address Manager, Como
Block, Chicago. B 311 tx
IN SIX weeks we will educate you in
salesmanship and secure you position aa
traveling salesman with reliable firm.
The Bradstreet System, Rochester. N. Y.
B 307 3x
A YOUNG men for firemen and brake
men. Nebraska and other railroads; ex
perience unnecessary. Firemen.. $75, be
come engineers and earn $160. Brakemen,
$H0, become conductors and earn $140.
Name position preferred. Stamp for par
ticulars. Address 267, care Omaha Bee.
WE will make you a present of $100. give
you a splendid suit of clothes every ninety
days, enlarge your picture free and pay
you a salary of $85 per month and all
traveling expensea to take orders lor me
f;reatest and most reliable portrait house
n the world: all this will be guaranteed.
Address R. D. Martel, Dept. 356, Chicago,
III. B 312 3x
WANTED-A man of ability to take charge
of our Omaha office. Address Commer
cial Binder Co., S1-S3 West 18th St. New
York City. B-275 Sx
KANSAS CITY barber college, fall and
winter term now open; remodeled and re
fitted; send for free catalogue. F. C.
BrldKford. Prop., 503 Delaware St.. Kan
sas City. Mo. B 281 3x
WANTED Trustworthy man to manage
branch office and distributing depot for
large manufacturer; salary to start with,
$1 500 rlrst year, and extra commissions
and expenses. Applicant must have good
reference and $1.0n cash, capital secured;
experience unnecessary. Address "Manu
facturer," U West Atwater St.. Detroit,
GOOD and profitable poettlons open In all
towns using gas. selling our patented
specialty. Century, 1 Warren St.. New
York. B 27I8X
SALESMAN WANTED Well equipped
salesman to call on physicians. A very
exceptional opportunity Is offered for Im
mediate work: also one for central Neb.:
must be intelligent, honest, well educated
and persevering. State age and experi
ence. Lock Box 858. Philadelphia.
B 272 3x
MAN TO TRAVEL Reference required;
salary $21 per week: expensea advanced.
J. 8. Zlegler Co., 323 Dearborn 8t . Chi
cago. B 351 Sx
WANTED Active agents for Ruaalan
Japaneae war book; good salary; sample
free. Address Globe Co., 723 Chestnut St.,
Philadelphia. B M350 6x
WANTED A bookkeeper and credit man;
one who could aaalat In management of
buslneaa. Addreaa A 4. Bee. B 88 $
WANTED A good all around blacksmith;
steady job to right man: must be euber.
Addreaa 8. Bpangler, flcrlbner. Neb
WANTED MALE HELP
OMAHA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
WILL OPEN IN ITS
ELEGANT NEW BUILDING, 19TH AND FARNAM STS.,
Tomorrow Morning, Sept. 4
The Omaha Commercial College has prepared thuusands vi young people for suo
cess In business. Many who are today prominent In business in Omaha some of them
bank presidents were our students only a few years ago. With our Increased facili
ties, we are better prepared than ever before to give our students first-class results.
It has been said that a fine building Is good, thorough equipment better, and com
petent Instructors best. We believe they are all best and we have them all. We have
faith In Omaha and faith In the future growth of our school. We have therefore
planned and erected a building to meet not only our present, but our future needs.
If we felt that we had our growth, we would have erected a building which our
school could occupy fully at present. Wa are now using much more space for actual
school purposes than any other business college In the state. Your surroundings
should be considered when you choose a school to attend. The Omaha Commercial
College offers you the largest, finest rooms in an elegant new building, which Is
free from evil surroundings. All our environments tend for your mental, moral and
SPECIAL FACTS ABOUT OUR BUILDING
Size, 66x132 feet; practically four storl es In height; located at 19th and Farnam
Sta., one block from the city hall, county court house and public library; facing
on Farnam and 19th Bts.; the south side, west side and north side permanently unob
structed by buildings. This means plenty of light and fresh air. Two large en
trances, one on the south and one on the west; an elegant twelve-foot hall running
from the south entrance and meeting a wide hall from the west entrance running
back -to the stairway and elevator. The airiest and pleasantest building In Omaha.
A gentleman who recently visited our city, whoso business calls him to Commer
cial Colleges, says we have the finest commercial college building In America. We
hope you will visit our building. We would much rather show you what we have
than tell you about It. We shall have a formal opening and entertainment In a short
time, which will be duly announced, and to which you ara earnestly Invited.
BUSINESS DEPARTMENT We have the largest and best equlrped business de
partment In the middle west; slse, 46x98 feet. This department is fitted up with
new desks and Is the finest business department In the west. We have the finest
system of bookkeeping and office practice published. It Is ACTUAL BUSINESS
at the start and ACTUAL BUSINESS all the way through, and, best of all, ACTUAL
BUSINESS WHEN YOU GET THROUGH. A DIFLOMA FROM THIS DEPART
MENT COUNTS. Our thorough work In the past haa brought to us the success
which has made our new building possible, and we can now do better than ever
before. Come and visit this department and let us show you our office equipment.
The very sight of It will be more convincing than volumes we might write. Such
men as E. A. Dworak, expert accountant, who haa a national reputation; John
Flack, president City Savings bank; Edward Bralley, county coroner, and many
others of high standing, are among tho graduates of our business department.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING DEPARTMENT This department occupies
a suite of three elegant rooms finished In white enamel and elegantly furnished.
The principal of our shorthand department has been thoroughly tested. He has
been with us seventeen years and haa educated more stenographers many times over
than any other teacher of shorthand In Nebraska. He is the author of the "Tough
Typewriting" system of national reputation and has written a revision of Gregg
Shorthand which stands without a superior. We teach the Pitman, Gregg and
Mosher systems. The Mosher Is not excelled in any point and can be learned In
half the time required for Pitman shorthand. If you will call at the college or send
for special literature, we believe we can convince you of Its superiority.
ENGLISH TRAINING DEPARTMENT This department has been installed in
our new building to meet the great and Increasing demand for a school for those
who for any reason are dissatisfied with public school work or who have not the
time to take the High school course. In this department special attention is given to
the fundamental subjects pertaining to a common education. By spending a few
months in this department and then finishing In our Business or Shorthand depart
ments, you can thoroughly prepare yourself to make an Independent livelihood.
This work Is of a thorough, practical nature and requires only a fraction of the time
you would need to spend In public schools. WHERE CAN YOU DO BETTER
WHERE ELSE CAN YOU DO AS WELL?
TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT-We have a large Telegraph department (not Tele
graph cornerl, which is thoroughly equipped, with every appliance for Instruction In
this fascinating art. We fit students for the business of Telegraphy. We know
how to do this work and have been doing It for ten years.
PENMANSHIP DEPARTMENT All this talk about penmanship should be In
vestigated. Now put this down in your book: An expert In a subject, other things
being equal. Is certainly a much better instructor than a mere novice. Whatever
others may say, the fact remains that the Omaha Commercial College has employed
the only first-class penman In this part of the country for the last twelve years.
Thorough Investigation will convince you on this point. Let us send you specimens
of Penmanship from some of our students showing their work to be better than
nine-tenths of the so-called "Professionals.
GYMNASIUM We have the largest Gymnasium In the state occupying almost our
entire upper floor, where the air Is fresh, you know; where the rapid respiration
caused by exercise will not cause you to fill your lungs with fog, and where the
school rooms are not annoyed by any of the objectionable features accompanying a
Gymnasium. This department fs presided over by an expert who has been In
structor for several years at the Nebraska Wesleyan University at Lincoln, and who
only last week refused a flattering offer to Instruct in the Gymnasium of the State
University. He Is one of the best athletes In the west. Our Gymnasium Is fitted up
with steam and shower baths, and lockers for ladies as well as the gentlemen. We
are Installing a large amount of new apparatus. Our Gymnasium alone will ba
worth many times the cost of your entire scholarship.
TEACHERS Our teachers are all men with one exception. You prefer a man
doctor, a man preacher, a man lawyer, and most persons prefer a man teacher.
ATTENDANCE Our attendances for years has been over 1,100 per year. The In
dications are that It will be largely Increased this year. A large number of new
students have been enrolling for several days a large percentage of them being High
OUR CREED To furnish students the best surroundings and equipment, the
best courses of study, the best Instruction, the most help and the most thorough
teaching during their school attendance, and our continued Interest after their gradu
ation. SESSIONS Day School except Saturdays. Night School, Monday. Wednesday
and Friday, from 7 till t. Same subjects taught at both sessions. If you are an
earnest student and mean business, we invite you to attend our school.
For further particulars call at the new college building, 19th and Farnam Sts.,
'phone 12S9, or write to Rohrbough Bros., Proprietors.
WANTED At the Shenandoah Iron works.
Shenandoah, la.. Immediately, a good
molder to take charge of small foundry;
two good machinists, must have recom
mendation for honesty, at least.
WANTED Six boys, age 16 to 18, for spe
cial work. Apply at 1621 Farnam St.
B 429 6
WANTED Young man to do porter work
In cloak department. Peoples' store.
MILLWRIOHTS-M1U and ele-ator work
and supplies. Okla Purifier Co., Council
Bluffs R M4S0 ?x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
80 working girls. Canadian office, 15th and
WANTED Competent nurse girl; small
family. 1117 S. 30th Ave. C 543
GIRLS wanted. Bluff City Laundry, Coun
cil Bluffs. C M2
GIRL for general housework; one who
can tleep at home; small family; no
washing; wages, $5 per week. Apply at
2028 Maple street. C M 911 Sx.
GOOD stenographer and bookkeeper.
Cloak and suit saleslady.
Cashier out of town.
Call or-write for complete list of vacancies.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS'N, INC.
Dept. B, 841-842 N. Y. Life Bldg.
C 891 I
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Mis. F. H. Drake, 2533 California.
GOOD house girl, at Clarkson Hospital,
1716 Dodge. C M179 2x
A COMPETENT general housework girl;
no washing; good references necessary.
117 S. 26th Ave. C ia7 Sx
GIRL wanted Boston store candy depart
ment. C 196 Sx
GIRL for general housework; no Washing.
1310 8. 30th Ave. C 114 2
WANTED A good girl for general house
work; good wages. 846 South 29th St.
WANTED A good girl tor general house
work; good wages. 1022 Georgia Ave.
WANTED Two experienced fitters. Apply
ladles' cloak department, Hayden Bros.
GOOD woman to cook and do general
housework. Small family. 219 farnam
BL C M220 2x
EXPERIENCED stenographers, $40 ia $6.1.
Western Ref. A Bond Assn., 841 N. Y.
Ufa Bidg. C-M226 t
WANTED 60 glrla to work In candy fao
tory. Apply Tuesday morning. D. J.
O'Brien Co., Uth and Howard Sta.
$00 MONTHLY Wanted. two bright
women, permanent managers for our
business in Council Bluffs and Lincoln.
Call between S and 4 o'clock. 1716 Dodge
Bt. Ct6i 3x
WANTED Experienced cloak and ault
salesladies; good salary to right partita.
Nona but experienced seraona baed apply.
Addreaa A la. Be. C 4
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Ladles to learn halrdresstng.
manicuring, facial massage, chiropody or
electrolysis (removing hair by electricity.
We originated this short method of teach
ing in 18H3, and have successful graduates
everywhere; little expense; diplomas
granted. Call or write, Moler College, 1114
Farnam St. C-M2&4 8x
LADIES To do piece work at their homes;
we furnish all materials and pay from $7
to $12 weekly. Send stamped envelope to
Royal Co., 34 K. Monroe, Chicago.
C 296 3x
WANTED Lady each locality as assistant
manager for wholesale house; salary $20
and expenses paid weekly; expense money
advanced; work pleasant; position perma
nent. Manager, 132 Lake St., Chicago.
C 314 Sx
WANTED First-class girl for general
housework. Mrs. C. E. Smith. 3T-'.o How
ard. C-331 a
WANTED Five ladles for copying, perma
nent, reliable home work. $3 to $15 weekly;
business established seven years. Call
between 9 and 13 Monday to Frldav. 1715
Dodge St. C 269 Sx
WANTED At once, competent cook. Mrs.
F. S. Cowgill, 3177 Davc-npoit street.
C M372 6
WANTED At once, colored girl to stay
with colored lady In Fremont, Nob; trans
portation furnished; good wages; can at
tend school If like. Address A. 11. care
Bee. C J8 3x
WANTED Good girl for general houso
work. 1818 Cupltol avenue. C 398 4x
WANTED Cloak salesladies and models.
Apply between 10 and 12 Sunduy morning.
Iler Grand hotel parlors. 8. Frederick
Berg. C-363 3x
WANTED Girl for catalogue work. Apply
at Hayuen Bros., clothing dept.
WANTED Elderly woman to alMst with
housework; no washing or Ironing. 711
8. lth. C-435
WANTED Six ironers. Take Walnut Hill
car. 42d and Plnkney. C 424 5a
GOOD girl, at good wuges; no laundry
work. 3122 Chicago C 4J4 7x
MORAL young man, attending commercial
college, wishes work for room and board.
Address A 9, care Bee. A 31i3 3
POSITION by first class stenographer and
general office girl. Address A. 7, Uee.
A 44 S
To Bell our 6-plece aet of Bohemian Sani
tary Cooking Vessels in consumers.
The grealast money making proposition
ever offered to a cauvusser. One agent
made over $2,400 in less than three
Another party took forty orders In one
If you mean business send 25c to cover
postage on complete canvaaslngy outfit
with which to begin work.
THE J. W. M'COI POTTERY CO.. Roae
vllle, O. J-M236 2x
"I FEEL Ilka a millionaire." writes one
agent: new; demand; quick aalea. Econ
omy ranu Kooord Co., Newton, la.
A few more select pupils to prepare for select positions. "V
have placed every competent pupil of this college in goml paying
positions, and could place ten more Monday morning if ye had
One Typewriter company guarantees to place our capable
pupils for us. One big Railroad company wants fifty telegraph
operators. We prepare you for these positions.
We do not accept pupils unless they have sufficient English
education to warrant their taking our special select courses.
We are not after QUANTITY, but wc do want and must have
The best is none too good for our pupils. "We teach all com
mercial branches, including telegraphy.
Special offer to a few more parties wanting high grade in
structions. Day and Night Sessions Taught by Experts.
Our college is now open and will remain open twelve months
in the year. Enter Special Class Monday, Sept. 4th.
P. L. SMITIIEKS, Manager.
AGENTS wanted to take orders from pri
vate consumers for our well known
whisky. Big inducements to purchasers.
Write today. Box 273, Covington, Ken
A PERMANENT BUSINESS OFFER STO
to $160 per week POSITIVE; men and
women wanted everywhere to operate
sales parlors for the BEST Ladles' and
Gents' dress shoe known; 10 original sight
selling health and comfort features; fac
tory to consumer; previous experience un
necessary; prolit possibilities unlimited,
NO RISK; reply quick. Kl'SHION KUM
FORT SHOE CO., Boston, Mass. J-
A HOUSEHOLD necessity, "Egg-O," con
densed eggs. Substitute for eggs In pas
try cooking. SO egg can 26c. Sample and
terms for stamp. Economy Mfg. Co.,
(22 Delaware St., Kansas City, Mo. J
AGENTS make $3 to $10 a day fitting
glames; big profits; our 24-page free eye
book tells how; write today. Jac.ksouian
Optical College, College Place, Jackson,
BIG money In squabs; cheaply raised In
only 4 weeks; sell for fancy prices; won
derful market; write for free book and
learn this rich Industry. Plymouth
' Rock Squab Co., 200 Howard St,, Melrose,
Mass. I J
JAPAN-RL'SSIA war, complete official his
tory. Bonanza for canvassers. Extra
terms. Outfit free. General agents
wanted on salary. Zlegler Co., Phila
'MONEY to throw to tho birds and busi
ness still booming." writes one agent.
Farmers' Easy Record Co., Boone, la.
$600 PER MONTH selling Stransky's patent
for making smokeless gun and blasting
powder at 8 cents per pound; general
agents wanted In every state. J. A.
Stransky, Box 600, Pukwana, 8. D.
WANTED Stock food salemen to represent
company with national reputation. Travel
and sell widely advertised stock and poul
try remedies. Chance to make good con
nection and big money. NONE BUT EX
PERIENCED MEN NEED TO APPLY.
Write today for particular to American
Stock Remedy Company, Box SO, Qulncy,
111. J 287 Sx
OUR $1.60 combination of toilet articles sells
for 50c; go like hot cakes; agents make
100 per cent profit. Write for free particu
lars. Goodhart & Levy, Chemists, Mnnad
nock Blk., Chicago. J 294 Sx
WANTED Permanent agent; handle se
lected Nevada mining stocks. Excep
tional offer to make. You can establish
large business. Write Immediately.
Vaada Mines Promotion company, Hell
man Bldg., Los Angeles, California.
J 322 3x
WANTED Energetic man to organize soap
crew; $50.00 weekly easily earned. Parker
Chemical Co., Chicago. J 323 3x
CANVASSERS to sell magnifying photo
graph frames; big money for live agents;
everybody wants them; they sell at sight.
Address Glen Rock Novelty Works, Glen
Rock, Pa. J-317 Sx
LIVE, hustling agents, men, women and
boys, to handle our publication; liberal
commissions: write for special premium
offer to agents. Myerson's American
Family Magazine. St. Louis. J 309 3x
WATERSON FOUNTAIN PENS.
Extra large chased barrel screw section
14-kt. gold plate fountain pens, complete
with box and filler, $2.c0 dozen; eainl
26c; suitable for premiums and agents.
Pen Co., 102 Beekman St., New York.
J S37 3x
LOCAL agents wanted everywhere to solicit
orders from consumer for Woodland
Whisky, adopted by the U. 8. government
and leading hospitals; no license required;
SAMPLES FREE. Write for territory.
Woodland Distilling Co., 83 Cooper St.,
Covington, Ky. J
$5 A DAY sure; portraits 80c; frames lie;
cheapest house on earth; wholesale cata
logue free; agents wanted. Frank W.
Williams 6t Co., 1210 Taylor St., Chicago.
WANTED Energetic, trustworthy man or
womun to work In Nebraska representing
large manufacturing compuany; salary
$hi to $90 per month, paid weekly; n
penses advanced. Address, with stamp,
J. H. Moore, Omaha, Neb. J 271 8x
WE START you selling diamonds; don't
fall getting our liberal offer; $5 dally
sure. Carbon Diamond Co., Syracuse, N.
Y. Mention paper. J 2S2 3x
EARLY AGENTS Get the big holtda
orders: cut price Christmas books; in
ook 12'2c; $1 book 26c; $l.n book 5oe; $2 u0
took 75c; credit given: outfit iree. Fergu-
CO.. M9i nriii, vincinimii. .'
J 279 3x
PERFUMES Men and women agents make
big money selling our perfumes; with our
new plan every woman a customer: ex
clusive agency: $? sample case free;
writ todny. Plttman Extract Co 74
Third St., Winona, Minn. J 2 3
AGENTS and dealers handling family rec
ord, memorials, sheet pictures, medal
lions, frames, portraits, etc., should write
for our catalogue and save money. K. r.
McC'ormlck Co., Chicago. J 3o3 3x
WANTED Competent, trustworthy, steady
traveling salesman for wholesale liquor
house., to call on reson!ilble consumers
In Kansas and Nebraska; must speak
German and furnish A-l references or
bend- statH past experience, age and sal
ary desired. Address 24S, care Bw-.
TRAVELING salesman for Nebraska and
Iowa; staple line;' entirely new Induce
ments to trade, high commissions. $-6
wuekly advance; permanent to right man.
F. C. Farley Co., Detroit, Mlch
WANTED A tirst-class salesman to rep
resent us In the state of Nebraska ai d
the southwestern part of Iowa. One who
is experienced and has an established
trade preferred. Address, P. J. Bowlln
Liquor Co., Bt. raui, .num.
WANTED Paleemen sell staple linns of
a-ooda to dealers: experience unnecessary;
goods catalogued: prices right; free sellers-
liberal commission. Address H. U
Flanders Leather Co., Chicago, 111
AI.FSMEN WANTED to sell BEVERLY
SKIRTS In western stairs. Wherever
tills skirt Is Introduced it makes fast
friends and customers. Only men with
large acquaintance, who can prove good
results with present hnuaea. will be con
sidered To good ,llve men with estab
llshed trade salaried oontracU will ba
lVtt' THR BEVERLY CO,
lUlukee, W-J. , .
TRAVELING BA LE8M AN By larg
wholesale house for Nebraska, to sell
general stores; state experience. Watson,
sales manager, 6t Fifth Ave., Chicago.
SALESMAN, traveling, can secure a liberal
commission selling our specialities In dry
goods direct to retailers. F. C. Rollman
& Co., .Mfrs., Plhladelphla, J?a.
WASTE!)-Salesman to fill vacancy Sept.
IS; experienced traveling man with clean
record; high commission; old established,
house. Leo Baker Co., 62 Porter St.. De
troit, Mich. 302 Sx
SALESMAN Good man to cover Nebraska;
vacancy September 15; contract for this
year and next If sales satisfactory; com
missions and $3S weekly advance for ex
penses. J. N. Clarke Co., 636-548 Euclid
Ave., Cleveland, O. 2M) 3x
SALESMAN for Nebraska; capable man;
staple line to country merchants; perma
nent; satisfactory pay; good opening.
Wholesaler, Box 1063, St. Louis, Mo.
SALESMEN Established patent medlclnn
house, expanding Its business, wants tiva
additional salesmen. Well advertised
line; liberal present compensation, fu
ture all the man can make it; high grnde
men only. Box 666, Chicago. 324 Sx
WANTED By manufacturer of perfumes,
toilet articles and flavoring extracts, two
additional salesmen for fall trade; direct
from manufacturer to retailor. Good pay
to right man. Address 267, care Bee.
CIGAR salesman wanted In your locality
for city and country trade. $60.00 per
month and expenses. Experience unnec
essary. Enclose stamp for particulars.
Puritan Cigar Co., Chicago. 327 Sx
TRAVELING SALESMEN Our line Is sta
pie; we offer remarkable Inducements to
retail merchant; we have places worth
$3.i0 per year up for five good men. De
partment 609, S56 Dearborn St., Chicago.
MANAGERS and canvassers for exclusive,
territory upon unequalled commissions
for unrivaled books; no better opening is
to be found In the book selling business
than the opportunity we now have to
offer; get our proposition; send address.
M. A. Donahue & Co., Chicago. S2l 3x
SALESMAN to sell our "Kentucky prlxei
whisky in barrels and bottles to tha
"ada: good chance for live men. Licking
Valley Co., Covington, Ky.
SALESMAN WANTED-Permanent posi
tion for first-class traveling salesman
worth $2,000 per year and expenses; staple
line, responsible manufacturer. Addresa
241, care Bee. J74 3
CAPABLE salesman -to cover Nebraska
wi!n taple line; high commissions, with
$100 monthly advance; permanent position
to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit.
Mlc"- 270 Sx
SALESMEN WANTED Hot side line; pay."
hotel bills; essy seller; pocket sample
P,1"01 commission. American Chewing
Cum Co., St. Louis.
SIDE LINE-Small sample: liberal oommls-
?n:or,?.n'ia! "''' The Trojan Mfg.
Co.. Station O, South Bend, Irtd
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave ;
bioad verandas, ample lawns, stately
trees, rustic seats; home cooking; hot und
cold water; reasonable rates. K S6&
Tel. 61h O. M. E. Haul Trunks
NICELY funlshed rooms with board:
"team heat. Sltf 60. 2tith St. F 132 4
ELEGANT rooms, with board. The Har
ney. Tel. 2253. 24th and Harney.
EXCELLENT, cool, pleasant outside mod
ern rooms, with first class board for flvo
more gentlnmen. Home cooking and.
prices the most reasonable. Call at 1714
Douglas St., one block from postofnee.
F 221 3x
FOR RENT A small family haying a well
appointed residence in choice location
offer a pleasant home to reilned gentle
man ami wile; a double room, line tabid
ami modern con vetiicncos; references ex
changed. Address M Bee. F 333 3x
THE ROSE. 2'20 Harney St., nicely furnlsed
rooms, singlf or en suite; excellent board;
location central; good neighborhood.
F 490 K27X
ROOM and b'oard. two gentlemen: all mod
ern; $4.. per weok. i N. 23rd St.
F 37D Sx
WANTED two persons to room and
board. 241(i F St. 'Phone 1267.
F 406 3x
FURNISHED rooms and first class table
board. 1818 Capitol avenue. F M39S) 6x
LARGE, comfortable front parlor, with ex
cellent board. 'Mb Farnam St.
ROOM 'and board for one lady, near 24th
and Ames Ave., very reasonable rate;
strictly private. Telephone 4171 or ad
dresa A 14. Bee. F M443 4x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Three unfurnished housekeeping rooms,
hfiit. light, phone, bath, 622 No. 23d St.
FOUR h.-isnment rooms; take wjishlng and
Ironing for lent. 711 S. l:h S'
WHY PAY high prices at installment
housca when you can get belter goods
much cheaper h're. We sell on payments.
OMAHA Fl'HNITURE AND CAR! ET O.,
Between 12ih and 12lh 011 Fainam St.
G 268 t
H. A. 8TURGL8, registered attorney; pat
ems, trade marks, copyrigfita; no fee uq,
lcm successful. 617 N. Y. Life, Omaha.
Wa procure the valuable kind. I solicit
raaea from thoae who appreciate the beat
work obtainable L. C. Sharp Machine
Worka. 804-12 8. 10th St.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. Tha New Snow
Chuich Co.. main 0.. N. Y. Life, 'phone 1st,
J. M. Maofarlaad, KM N. X. I Tel. lti.
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