Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 17, 1905, EDITORIAL SECTION, Page 4, Image 17
SPECIAL NOTICES will be takea mil 13 n. for the ealn( ealltioa and mil ft n. tti. for tar marnlnc ! Inter edition. Batft I 1 -ile a ward Bret Inaertlon, 1e wrd thereafter. thln taken for leaa than 2e for the Aral Inaer tlon. Tlieae adTvrtlatmeata mast be raa eanaeratlvely. AdTertlnera. by reqaeatlaa; a noni bered rhrrk, mi hare anawera ail dreaaed to a nambered letter In rare of Tbe Bee. Anawera as addreaaed will be delivered oa peeaeatatloa of eheek. MISCELLANEOUS- OPENING DAY Nebraska Business College (Incorporated.) BOYD THEATRE BUILDING, OMAHA, Will open Its Winter Term Tues day mornlBg, January 2, Iff, and Indication paint to a large enroll ment at that time. The new management of thin College guarantors the Instruc tions satisfactory and assists all graduates to secure good posi tions. The werk af this Institution Is level, plumb and square; Its methods the best ever Introduced, and Its Teachers experienced specialists. IJlKhi-r Accounting, Public Auditing, Shorthand Speed, anl nil Commercial branches success fully taught. Special rates in both Day and Night Sessions to all who enter on or before Ja.nua.ry 2. A HIGH (iUADE BUSINESS COURSE FOR SELECT PUPILS. K L SMITHhRS, President. A. J. LOWRY, Principal. Gas & Electric Reading Lamps Make Acceptable CHRlblMAS PRESENTS BURGtbS - LikAiNUtN CO., Telephone boL U ooulU Will ou STnVl- Keplated. Omaha, Pialiug Co., "u''"' liw Uamey 61. Tel. R J7 CITY SAViNGB HANK, pays 4 pur cent. IKY KELLY'S TOW liLalL'FFLY. Tel. AM- ANT I-Moupolj Garbage Co., S21 N. lolli. , Tel. 1779. R-340 LAUNDRY CITY B T E A M Tell phone M. m b. uiii si. K-241 Oman hate and Iron Works liNku a spe , laity of me. eacapea, siiutloia, doois und f Bales. U. Amlrecu, Prop., 1U3 8. lutli at. . . U-riAi WANTED For L. 8. A Kill', ABLl. twiill,,., am it. K... ... I vu.u, a......,, aa;a iiiviii ui noun a,D, vi t.i anu kd, clllzena ol Lulled blaius, ul g.njtl character aim temperate haul is, wuu cm apeak, read and WHUj Lnaush. For lu- litnllftll uitmu ,uir ll,. u. lull w. ....... w.a ..,,. W I VV4 UlMtl Mlt. V aa'MA -.4.Vjr, aVh 4iiUIW J-'OA blUN PAiMTlNU, B. 1L Cole, I? Douglas. BAD IKONS repiated. 2uc; three for euc. Omaha Plallug Co., luui Harney. Tel. 253 li'. H'llp I IP U- KLMBEL & bU.N, 1124 ' K-215 Jl FURNACE and bTUVIS UErAlU. a IV S. 13. 1 It iliUi Jl STK1NWAY piano, upright, bltf bargain. fejueld tut Co.. 111 taiuatu Ui. 5 U-i'tfi TAXlUtHMldX and fur dreaaer. Km. UJi " J. lu. Wallace, GUo B. laUl. 11 pi IUQ ltedyed, repaired and remodeled. I JIJ Thomaeu, 1417 taiuam. CONCRETE Bicwk m!ffiu"'L,l l.ioa., IMi lurt. K AlUi Jl DMA HA bargain Houae saves you 2i oer cent nn rMihli,. : eveiui.ns. 410 N. 18lU Bt. iI7U J J . Kuruliure rep'd 41 upholstered. Tel. A-2V43. Si K-73U J j CHiCAQO LAUNDRY, 214 N. loth. Tel. 2ui. ) Ii-M4J4 Jl t IOWA SANITARY CLEANING CO. . Auction syatem. 1S1K i'aiuaui. Tel. u 3302. i R)&i DU 'wrVTUDA & CO.. fine Job nTnum iwiunn li,10 Howard. Tel. ;Vi7. K Mita JanT ! EMORYJ-0," 'oto ros OSTAL. CAIIDB. liilli, upataua. K64t ueel. 'II. L. WINTER. GLAZIER. TKLKl'lioNE . DOL'ULAB 6sl2. R-Mli4 Jan. 12 ' SHIRTS. 6c; collars, 2o; cuffs, 4c, 1614 Ci.jii- iui ah, u ai.il j it i - . i GIlNHnd I-wksrnlth. HKKL1N, 217 H. VJUi,l nth Bt. Telephone UI74. R-M228 JU I ' COME AND BE CONVINCED rluit we have on exhibition ai 1117 Far luun St. the only automatic railway signal In the world which will show the direction In which the train is movina and will o,.v- ' tect the rear and head ends while on the main line at an tinica. You are welcome to visit and Insoect the workout I..I of the STOTI'B-LOGBDUN SIGNAL al any 11 .u 11 MEDICAL .FROGREBSIVE HOMEOPATH, C. N 'Soiii- , w...w.v, uioranrn , enilL'ei S, He Bldg. all3u J 11 I FOR women only. Dr. Raymond's PUuT I women a uiouuJy regulator, has liougnt liougnt happineaa to thousands of anxious women; no pain, uo aanger, no Inieirer nee wuu won; reiier in 3 to 6 days Wa have l.rver known of a single failuia 1 Prce, )3 by mail. Raymond a .Monthly Regulator In Uauld, U. Dr. R. u Ray. ,' tiiond Remedy Co.. Room Si, U Adams St Chicago, in. 32C LADJE8, 11.000 REWARDI I positively guarante my Never-Fulling ERGO KOLO Remedy. Safely relieves loiweai most obstinate cases of delayed Munthly Feriods in i to 6 days without harm, oaia or interference with work. Mall 1 1 i Double strength 2.). "SPECIAL FuL.i. KR FOR INDIES FREE. l.R. B. H. bOUTHlNGTON CO.. KANSAS CITY Ma BEST nerve brscer for men. "Gray's Nerve Food FPls" 11 box, postpaid. Sherman Y alcCounell Drug Co.. Omaha. 3'J UIDIES Chichester's English Pennvroyal Pills are the beal; safe, tellable. Take no other. Baud 4c stamps for par'iculara, "Relief for Ladles," In letter by return mall. Ask your druggist. Chlcheaier Chemical Co., Philadelphia. Ph. : PR. HUTCHINSON, specialist of women I and children,. Omc 22us Cuming. 'Phone ' MoT. ITCHING rectal disease cured; instant relief; trial, salve, plain wrapper, two cent stamps. Box 3JC4, Philadelphia. T-i 17x MUSIC AND LANGUAGES I FRANCIS POTTER. School of Mandollo " a4 Uullax, M barker iilk. Tel. i' 5351. WANTED MALE HELP POSITIVE PARAGRAPHS FROM BOYLES No. 6 Iteltm Hi.tue Truths About a CVillose Willi a rfrsunnl Interest That Interests !'isnn. If It's trut! that t'i ii ce rtain extern a St.niitri her. Hoi kn p r or Telegrapher Is vliat the hii.-1nc.-s i',lleK. n ikes him or her, it is bImo Just an true that llio business ocillegn .u what its pupils make It. 1 Now that ynu have thunenihlv made up vour mind. rr half made up your mind, t take up a Stenographic, LtnukiWping or Ttlcgraphy I'mnsc In some college, and al.'n bucnuse THE MID-WINTER TERM AT BOYLES COLLEGE OPENS TUESDAY, JANUARY 2D It Is time for us to bring to y.mr attention some of the peculiar and Individual personal advantages that r.oyle College holds out to you to emphasize some of tlio points of superiority tliat Movies Culk-ge possesses over every other business college in this sectinu of the country. ' First ami foremost is the one lact that can't be dodged and that Is that iiovles College is the one and only colleije in Nebraska iliat has erected an entire building to be devoted solely and wholly to business college purposes and la today occtiptng every Inch of that building for business college purposes. Boyles College is the only college in tills sec lion if the country that possesses the true university atmosphere. The Uoyles building has been pronou need by competent critics to bo the Ideal business college building of he I'nited St ales combining as it dues an airiness and a clear light in every loom that adds to the comfort and learning ability of every student, with the additional feature of a gymnasium lully equipped with all nec essary apparatus, including the shower bath. etc. The modern tone of the building is expressed most forcibly In Its social !i fc, where a point Is made to give a high clu:'s entertainment every lew weeks free to the entire school, at which time t lie college orctiestra renders popular and classic selections and talented students of the college are permitted to take part. This Is also demonstrated by our practice of bringing all thu students together lor a social hour each fly at which time all are Invited to meet In the gymnasium for musical entertainment and social Intercourse. The tone of Uoyles College instruction Is responsible for the high tono of its students. This H responsible for the decision of many jurents to select Uoyles College above all others. Send for free catalogue or call. BOYLES COLLEGE, H. B. BOYLES, Pres. BOYLES BUILDING, OMAHA, NEB. A GOOD position is a nice thing, you will admit, and you would not refuse auch an opportunity If offered to you. Wo are offering good opportunities to good men everv dav, and will do the same wltli you If you will call at our office or write us for particular.!. WESTERN MET. fi HUNT) ASS'N (Inc.), Dept. H, Mo-1-2 New York Lite Hldg. 11-274 17 WANTED-Kor U. 8. AKMY. AU1.E bodied, unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 35. citizens of L'nited Btates, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Eor in formation apply to recruiliug officer, 13tn and Douglas Bis., Omaha, Lincoln, Neb., or Sioux City la. R M728 D21 MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing trade. pas o day after completing course of practical instruction at home cr in our schools; graduates admired to union and Master numbers' association; positions secured. Coyne Uros. Co. 1'lumblng Schools, New York, Bt. Louis, Mo., Cin cinnati, O. Eree catalogue. U-lil V ANTED-Gordori press feeders. A. I. Root, Inc.. liiiO Howard St. Ii 41 DHl'U stores bought and sold. Drug clerks wanted. F. V. Knieat. :4 N. Y. L. B-8U WANTED at once, a good floorman in shoeing shop. Come at once, J. A. Gould, Denlsun, la. B iio9 WANTED Y'oung men to earn from to ti'io a month aa firemen and brakemen In the railway servic. Experience unneces sary; quick promotion; un -qualcd oppor tunity. Instructions can be taken bv mail; positions secured as soon as com petent. Write or call for particulars. National Rullway Training association, 0.0 1'axlon block, Omaha, Net). ii S27 IPs HOARD OF TRADE barber Bhop, lWo I'm nam; best service; nine chairs; no long waiting; shaving, 10c; hair cutting. :(c. u-.ir.4 j u WANTED A printer who is a band man. cornet player preferred. Address L. E. Frasur, Auburn, Neb. ii MIDI lSx AMERICAN BARBER COLLEGE teaches the barber trade In abort time and at small expense. Write today. Cor ner lJtii and Douglas Ste. B Mlis Jan. 12 WANTED Draughtsman, with mechanical or electrical experience; write fully, stat ing salary wauled. Room 4U! Munadnock block, Chicago B-M-tui 17x ' WANTED AT ONCE. A FIRST-CLASS bookkeeper and stenog rapher; must bo able to take complete charge of books and handlo correspond ence In a large retail lumber yard; only experienced man in tills business wanted. Repp- with references. Address P. O. Box 2:'.', icoln. Neb. B-M21117 WAN i ED Experienced man to solicit busi ness fur express company. Addn ss J M, Bee. B 221 17x YOUNG MEN' for firemen and brakemen, Nebraska and other railroads; experience unnecessary; firemen $7u, become engi neers and earn $1W); brakemen $!), become conductors and earn $1 40; name position preferred; send stamp for particulars. Itailwav Association, Dept. Rlt, Charles Bldg., Denver. Colo. 11-221) lUx WANTED Rookkeeper; experience, ac curacy, soeed and cood habits required; must 'be'a good penman: will be required I to oualifv for bond: permanent position i for the ritrht party; address in own hand writing, giving reference. Address J 11, Bee. B-M223 19 WANTED Men to learn barber trade; few weeks completes: little expense; scholar ship Includes tooia. board, positions; $12 to i'j) weekly paid graduates; best work tn existence for poor man; call or write. Moler Barber College, Ulti Farnam Sr. , H M227 Six WANTED Men everywhere, good pay, 'o distribute circulars, adv. matter, took signs, etc.: no canvassing. Address Na tional Distributing Bureau, I'm Oakland Bank Hid.. Chicago. III. B M250 I7x YOITNO MEN ENLISTED FOR THE navv at Omaha: ages 17 to 35: wages J1S to $70 per month, according to ratings; first outfit of clothing free; transportation fur ulshed to place of enlistment upon expira tion of enlistment: retirement with three fourtliH of pav and allowances after thirty vears" service. All applicants must be citi zens of tile l'nited States, of good physique, ab'e to rd and write. For particulars visit or address Navy Recruiting Station, Room 322, I'oduttlce Building, Omaha. eb. SOMETHING new in health and accident Insuianci ; you can write It; district man agers wanted. Address Great Western Accident association, Des Moines, Iowa. B WANTED Experienced stove and hard ware mini: also want tinner. Krank E. Ijihr, Lincoln, Neb. B-4u3 I7x tjOOl). live ngeiits wanted: great selling Xmiis noveltv; send 2nc silver for sam ple or call. C. M. Curtis, Mortens Hotel, 215 Main St., Council Bluffs. B-3s7 17x BOOKKEEPER, wholesale experience, (iood credit man. Steiiogriipher, to go on road In year. Manager, relail seed store. Two warehousemen tor seed store. H KUT THE KXl'hltT, 4i)l-S K. Y. Life Bldg. BW 17 PRINTERS WANTED Compositors for catalogue and highest grade commercial work. We have a complete force of non union men. an elegant workroom, and will pav l.'l a week to six of the best printers we can hire. Position absolutely permanent. Rogers t Co., Chicago. I4-M3B1 2tx Y'OUNG MEN For firemen and brakemen, Nebraska and other railm ids; experience utmecessai y ; tic-men J75. become engi neers and earn $!yt; brakeiiien $0o, become conductors and earn Ji4o; name positicn pretetred; send stamp for particulars, ltillwav Association, Dept. 5n, Charles Bldg.. Denver. Colo. B-35 17x WORK oil winter for &0 people in new town id' Champaign, ,iortieast Arkansas, to all who have a lot and membership in !' aiiair.nl Co-operative club. Grand aipen ing: Jan. 2d excursion, only f'o to $'.5 for round trip. Buy tickets Newport, Ark. Particulars, wiito today. Illinois Co Uperuttvu Ass n., Drawer lti2, Peoria, III, B-2S4 17x CLOi'HINti SALESMAN My buslnecs 1s getting too big for my capital. Will sell or take partner. Best opportunity in Iowa. A man with $2.ooo ran get into Una, for lifetime chance. Address, C S3, care Lord & Thomas, Chicago. B-339 17 X $6.00 DAILY for man to distribute circulars and aamplea, American Distributing 32uiCUU, Uiiwi-Ve-J, -'- -21t)17x TITE OMAHA WANTED MALE HELP WANTED Youns gentlemen lr every city to represent the. hlcago Curd Sign School; good pay. Chicago. B 015 17x AMBITIOCS young men and women .with talent for drawing can earn large sal aries lis newspaper artists and Illustra tors; send sample of work. Nation ii, iiox 2nl4. New York. B 31 17x WANTED-Men to distribute samples, tack signs, ! .to daily; no canvassing. Conti nental Dintr.buiiiift Service, Chicago. 11-24 17x SALESMEN to sell our large lino ol tuliKcui throughout the l'nited Slates; permanent position and good pay. Ad dress Paragon Tobacco Works. Bedford City, Va. B 17x THE Chicago Card Sign School success fully teaches the art of show card writ ing. Send for specimens and prospectus. Chicago. B illl 17x DETECTIVES, everywhere; Inexperienced qualllieil; $.)."u earned daily. International Detective Company, Milwaukee, Wis. B-347 17x CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS will be held ill several places ill each state; oO.S) appointments last year. Only a common school education required. Write Colum bian Correspondence College, Washington, D. C, and get its free announce:ivht con taining dales, salaries paid and questions recently used by tlio civil service com mission, n UM 17x MEN who need money can get it on any kind of atx-urity of liowcn, 7Ui N. Y'. Lite. B-107 10 WANTED An uctlve man of good appear ance, ianilllar with cigar, drug and nov elty trade, both retail and wholesale, for an excellent novelty. S., 1'. O. Box IMG New York. B 3J4 17x WANTED Experienced salesmen to handlo our high-grade imported and domestic calendars and advertising specialties. Season l'.ofl opens January 1. Nice side linn for regular travelers. Apply, Willi references. Socially Advertising Co., F. O. Box 7C5, Si. Joseph, Mo. B 3.2 17x ENERGETIC workers everywhere to dis tribute circulars, samples and advertising matter; good pay; no canvassing. Cooperative-Advertising Co., New York. 11 3io i;x MEN, everywhere, to distribute circulars of my ointment at $12 per thousand. Cash in advance; steady work; no peddling; no fake. Enclose stamp. C. 11. Rowan, Toronto, Canada. B 24 17x WANTED At once, good harness maker that can cut and run shoo. Address Harness Shop, Aurora, S. 1. B-273 17x WANTED FEMALE HELP Thirty More Girls Wanted TO Rl'N power sewing machines in horse blanket department. Experience not necessary. Sti ady work. Bemls Omaha Mag Co., 11th St viaduct. C M13J WANTED Laundry woman, wages 'J0 month, no Ironing; also dining room girl and chambermaid. Address i'crkins hotel David City, Neb. C Mh 17x WANTED Good gill for general 'house work. Apply 3707 Jones St. CltiJ ,, .... . '., , , . , W'AN IKD A good girl to doplain cookln $1 a week, with room, board and washing. Hie crecne, uin anu iiarney. C-M233 Ux WASHERWOMAN, white preferred, to do washing; for small family; references. Address J 8, Bee. C SI' WANTED A good, capable second girl. 312S Chicago St. C 241 17 WANTED A good girl for general house work. ; no washing: small family. 102 So. UtHli. Tele. Red-CSu3. C Z IS WANTED Child nurse, girl or woman; references required. Inquire Capt. Palmer. Fort Crook. Neb. 'Phone Red k2. South Omaha line. C I0u NURSES' COLLEGE, Pueblo. Colo ; six weeks' course; diplomas; opens Jan. 1; massage; all welcome. C 322 l'x WANTED Enernetd; lady of ability to rep resent manufacturer, who has a deslro to tarn over $12 weekly and expenses; steady position to right party. McHVady & Co., Siar Bldg., Chicago. C 320 17x WOMEN who need money ran get It on any kind of security of Bowen, 7((l N. Yr. li C 106 10 LADIES To do piecework at home: we furnish all materials and pay from $7 to $12 weekly. Solid stamped envelope to Royal Co., 24 E. Monroe, Chicago. c a i7x SITUATIONS WANTED YOUNG MAN wants place to work for board. Tel. 19v(. Boyles College. A-M13 POSITION as bookkeeper ,r accountant; best references. Address G 42. Bee. A-MTlsi 17x WANTED A position as housekeeper by imuoic-aKeti woman. Aimless Mrs. Georgia Purlell, Florence, Neb. A-270 17 TRAINED nurse of wide experience de sires position aa attendant or nurse for Invalid: city or country; $15 per week. Address J 18, Bee. A I0G l!x POSITION as night watchman; store or building preferred; understands steam; thoroughly reliable and first-class recom mendations. Addiess J 17, Bee. A-4' 17x WANTED AGENTS WANTED Man or woman to canvass the city of Omalu for a popular magazine. For particulars, address A. E. Thompson, Hotel Wasiiburn, Waukegau, 111. J-M164 16x $V A MONTH SALARY AND EXPENSES to nun with rig to introduce our Guar anteed Poultry and Slock Remedies. B"nd for contract: we mean business and fur nish best reference G. 11. Big lor Co., X51S. S nngiield, ill J-M'234 17x AGENTS wanted In every town and citv. 111 K n-, : iuar i a . ai a im , ruca variiri, WOItv all year and mako ten to twenty dollars a day. Write I l.msen-Nay lor Co., oreutt OUllUlllH, DIHUA V ilj, U... J- AiJENTS WANTED Sell our $1 battle Sar saparllla for 3fc: best seller: 350 per cent profit; write today for terms and terri tory. F. R. Greene, 115 Lake St., Chicago. J- AGENTS Only legitimate substitute for the slot matiilue; particulars. Gisha Coir.pany, An-3eron, Jnd. J 31J17x DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, AGENTS WANTED WINTER TERM OF Tilt Omaha Commercial College 19th and Farnam Streets Begins Tuesday Morning, Jan. 2, 1906 Three hundred and sixtv students enrolled since September 1. This demonstrates the value and artvantnae of having superior equipments, in the way of a mamutt rent college building, admitted to be lav far the best in any city of the l'nited States, thorough, practical and tomprenensive courses of study, taught by high salaried and experienced men; new furnl'iire and fixtures of modern make and de sign, a magnificent auditorium and a gymnasium with the finest equipments. Any pnwpectlvo student who visits the Omaha Commercial College ami looks its advant ages over, never falls to enroll because he realiics that first class opportunities in sure better results. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES I Jirge numbers of them are now found nmong our students, more than can be found In all the other schools of Umaha, combined. Our students represent the finest body of students to be found. NEW CLASSES To accommodate new students. New classes liegln January 3 In the Business Department, Shorthand Department, Typewriting Department, Telegraph Department, Penmanship De-partment and Night School 1 '-pa rtinenl. Our Lecture Course will also be open; the Literary Society will continue; a series of public entertainments will begin, and the Gymnasium be open to all. BUSY CORNER The busy corner of Omaha during January, February and March will be nt Nineteenth and Farnam. lay and nialit thousands of pe .ji'e will tread the hulls of the new college building. Every unilHhle si at in the vauous de partments will bo occupied and the results will tell lor the good of Omaha. ENROLLING EVERY DAY New students are enrolling rapidly. The attend ance will reach high water mark during the Winter Term. During the ho.idays wo will be glad to talk with you and show you through our new buildin. Visitois are .always welcome. STSTKMS OF BOOKKF.EFING AND SHORTHAND Both are modern and up-to-date. We believe them to be the best now obtajnable. TELEGRAPHY DEPARTMENT We are justly proud of this department. A large attendance, fine facilities, a thorough course of study and an experienced In structor make it worthy for your consideration. Begin the New Year by Taking a Wise Step Prepare to become a money earner, a capable money earnrjr, the kind the busi ness world demands, the kind self pride demands. Don't bo a drudge or an Incompetent nobody. Act wisely; date your career from January 1. THE OMAHA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Is ready to help you. It has helped young men and women for more than twenty years. Prominent business men will tell you knowledge that has enabled them to w,in Don't delay, but enroll at once for the or write. Catalogue Free. A PERMANENT BUS1 NESS-$. to $150 por week POSITIVE. Representatives wanted everywhere to operate sales par lors for the BEST ladles' and gents' dress shoe known; 10 original slght-seillng health and comfort features; factory to consumer: previous exerlenee unneces sary; profit possibilities unlimited; NO RISK; reply quick. Kushlun Komfort Shoe Co., Boston, Mass. J LEARN to lit glasses by sending for Our Free Book on the Eye. It will tell you all about It. Get a profession that pays you from $75 to $15(1 per month; the optical profession will do it for you. No field so pleasant, profitable or so little worked; no longer necessary to work for someone olso at a meager salary. For a short time only we are sending our book free, it will teach you to be an optician and costs you nothing. A postal card will bring it by return mail, ull charges paid. Jack sonian Optical College, Dept. 11 30, Jack son. Mich. J WE PAY $3S A WEEK and expenses to men with rigs to introduce our poultry compound. Year's contract. Imperial Mfg. Co., Dept. &4, Parsons, Kan. J BIG money In squabs; cheaply raised In only 4 weeks; sell for fancy prices; won derful market; wrlto for free book and learn this rich Industry. Plymouth Rock Squab Co., 200 Howard St., Melrose, Mass. J AGENTS, mall order men, write for cir cular. Western Supply Co., Box 3'io, Omaha, Neb. J ii'9 17 IF you are an all-around business getter and want a permanent business, where you can make good legitimate money, ap ply to the California Fertile Land Co., 324 Century Bldg., Des Moines. J-3(K l"x FOR RENT. First-class store loom, 2m6 Leavenworth St.; 2,lJ0 feet floor space Hnd good baae lncnt; excellent place for grocery. M. J. KE'NNARD & CO., 30U-31O Brown Block. 1-377 19 AGENTS $30 weekly guaranteed selling self-generating gas burners, fitting com mon kerosene lamps; brilliant portable gaslight; absolutely safe; no competition; description free. Ensiern Gaslight Co., 2b0 Broadway, New York. J 374 17x AGENTS Good live men to work the new est and best money making proposition ever offered ag.-nts. No money required. Tho Bmallwood Company, Cincinnati, U. J-343 17x AGENTS to sell a practical $.').00 typewriter; 4a per cent commission. Mof'arthv Coffman Mfg. Co., 21 S. 10th St., SU Louis, Mo. J 342 17x AGENTS Re your own boss. Start a mail order business at your own homo. 1 tell ou how; furnish everything. Address, Central Adv. Agency, Dept. M, Box 2:13, Lincoln, Neb. J 3I 17x MANAGING agents wanted; bu In business for yourself; no canvassing; enclose vamp for reply. E. Miles Bradley Co., Box 696, New Havon, Conn. J 321 17x AGENTS Self-lighting mantles; sell on sight; turn on gas. It lights; chemical everlasting; agenta' price lac; relail i&c. Write quick. Matchless Lighter Co., Detroit, Mich. J-304 17x WANTED Agents for largest sick, acci dent and death benefit society In the country; big commission or salary and Commissio'i to producers. American Benevolent Association, ai. Ijmls, Mo. J -3uu 17x WANTED Agent for city or country; $3.00 per day; article useful In every home; something entirely new. Dexter Co., 334 lieai born, Chicago. J SW) 17x SOAP AGENTS Crew and branch flico managers; something entirely new; most wonderful money maker ever heard of; great Xmas ofler; large fancy mirror and six assorted cakes in box; outsells everything. Write postal today. Full in formation free. Be llrst in field and got cream of business. Purity Boap Works, Chicago. J-312 17x WANTED Energetic, trustworthy man or woman to work In Nebraska representing large manufacturing coin)Kiuy; salary, $40 to $90 per month, paid weekly; expenses advanced. Address with stamp, J. 11. Moore, Omaha, Neb. J 3uo 17x INVESTIGATE the New Block Inverted light, an innovation In the incandescent line. Big money maker. Blocs. Light company, 130 coal Luke Bt., Chicago, III. J Mi37 IS AGENTS Live men to sell our pocket cigar light; sells on sight, big profits. No more matches. G. L. S. & Co., 127 Duane St., New York. J 332 17x AGENTS make 100 per cent selling perfect vacuum hand mussage instrument, new Invention; no rubber bulb, does not injure the skin. Women, docUus and barbers interested. Sella at sight. Addre.-s Gay nor and Mitchell, Dept It, Bridgeport, Conn. J 329 17x YOU CAN make loads of ta-sy money. Best profMttlon ever heard of. Intro duclrg into every home the Eureka Talk ing Machine, tva) machine and twenty genuine Hi-lnch Victor records for iJi, Cull or write; bn prepireai to take outfit. Sella easily for $io und $50. Eureka Co., 611 West Broadway, New Y'ork. J-030 17x Y'OIT CAN make $r, to txt a diiy selling the Dot roil combination tool; (rotary blower forge, (scared drill, fc-lm h geared emery wheel. anvil Ue. pipe vise, clamps, hardy, tongs; $.5 worth of tools In 0110 string, compact, practical, porta ble laiol for $2Si. Indispensable to every farmer, shop, garage, automobile owner and householder; live, reliable ugaMils wanted everywhere; exclusive territory to strong nun; men of caliber who want permanent, profitable work; no d.-nd ones need apply. Detroit Tool Company. De troit, Mich. J i"2 17x AGENTS lMu't waste time on articles that lequir- talk and argument. G re Sol vent HelTs Itself; removes machine grease, paint and ink without Injury to skin. Best cajivaaeing proposition ever offered. Write for samples ami particu lars. Ore-Solvent, 231 Greenwich St., New York. J-32S 17x AGENTS WANTED 35, 40 and 45 per cent commUslou, selling Putnam Lanolioe Cream and- Ointment: the articles sell readily. Bend for particulars and sam ples. Putnam Mig. Co. 400 Continental Batik B.Ug 6L laouia. Mot. J-tJlT DECEMBER 17, 1003. AGENTS WANTED that it helped them to tlv fundamental fortune and business pi nmlnenee. Winter Term, beginning Juiiu.try 2. Call Rohrbough Bros., 19th and Farnam, WE START you selling diamonds; don't fall getting our lilietal oiler. - daily sure. Carbon Diamond Co., teyracuse. .x. Y. Mention paper. J 351 17x SALESMEN WANTED SALESMAN WANTED - For automatic copying books, bill registers and many otner specialties. l'ciehniK .Mfg. Co., South Bend, lml. L ADV. men; new telephone devkv; p) ml spaces sells acot.; low spice price; good money; working samples le postage. Western Novcily Co., Ull! W. IStli, Des Moines, la. Iy3ti4 17x SALESMAN WANTEI (WELL KNOWN MANUFACTURER WANTS FIRST CLASS SALESMAN WHO HAS HELD A POSITION NOT LESS THAN TWO YEARS WITH ONE HOUSE SELLING A SPECIALTY TO THE GROCERY TRADE; PERMANENT POSITION Foil MAN WHO WILL WORK HARD AND INTELLIGENTLY; STATE FULL EX PERIENCE AND AM" I NT OF SALARY REOUIKED. ADDRESS BOX 120, 125 MICHIGAN AVI-:., CHICAGO. L-371 17 SALESMAN WANTED, llrst class, to cover every county in Nebraska; used by every farmer; sells at sight; permanent position; two years' contract; Investigate. Address, State Manager, Box Gl, M.uilins, 111. L-33S 17 i SALESMAN by leading manufacturer to sell their goods lo the retail trade This proposition offers permanent employment and exceptional advantages to man ot ability. Can be handled as a side line. Address, Illinois Pure Aluminum Co., Lemout, 111. L 340 17x WANTED Salesnvn to sell a line of In fants' wear, bootees, hoods and mittens, for manufacturer on commission. Box 414, Lu Crosse, Wis. L 315 17 SALESMAN wanted to sell a complete line of rubber and enamel carriHgo cloth, mechanical rubber goods, garden hose, fruit Jar rings, etc., as a side line on a good commission basis. Reference re quired. Address, "Manufacturer,'- Box 80, Trenton, N. J. L 344 17x SALESMAN wanted by leading laco and embroidery importers for medium size dry goods trade. Samples. 35 pounds. Liberal commission. Feldlieim & Co., 470 Broadway, New York. L 319 17x SALESMEN WANTED A first-class, all round salesman to cover unoccupied terri tory; permanent position and good income; to right man. Address Sales Manager, Box 119S, St. Ixruls, Mo. I.-3l! 17x SIDE lino traveling men can make $'.'5 to $V per week carrying side line of most up-to-date advertising fans of our exclu sive and special designs; season now open ing; apply at once The Kemper-Thomas Co., Fan Dept., Bullion 11, Cincinnati. O. I-3J3 17x WANTED Experienced salesmen to carry a linn of golf gloves, mittens and oilier knit goods for manufacturer on commis sion. Btar Knitting Co., La Crosse, Wis. L Sol 17x G. W. SMITH. Duluth. Minn., made $4S0 one week selling Weir's lead. Can't you'.' D. T. Weir While Lead Co., St. Louis, Mo. L-302 17x AN ACTIVE salesman con earn $2c0 por week selling our product; pocket sam ple: exclusive territory when ability Is shown. Longwear Tinted Lead Co., St. Louis, Mo. L 3o7 17x WANTED Salesmen for 190ij to sell our $100, $Juu and $.:vJ assortments of jewelry to general trade; goods lirst-class, terms liberal; special advertising features for merchants, which makes them easy sell ers; liberal commissions. McAllister Comaii Company, 3at Dearborn Si.. Chi cago. L 3vS 17x SALESMEN of all lines of business (splen did shin line) to sell our adv-i'ilslng fans; 75 different styles: newest, latest patterns; Just tho tiling customers want; we pay the largest commissions; many of our men give their entire time to our line and make from $75 to $135 every week; guar anteed best side line cwr offered. While you are getting a line, get a kooiI one Write al once Willi reference 'The Geb liarl Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. r.-2 i;x TRAVELING SA I.ESM A N By large Chi cago wholesale house for Nebraska; must commence January 1st. Liberal aontract and drawing tn count to right man. State age and experience fully. Box 7, Chi cago. L ;: 17x SPECIALTY SALES.MAN-To canvass rZ tallers; new; from $3,oui to $1,iih0 a year for expert salesmen. American Jobbing Association, Jobbers, Importers and Man ulacturi r' Agents, Iowa City, b via 1-295 17x TRAVELER for Nebraska at on-e. Line staple for g n-rul trade Position pays $!' per annual, with commissions John S. Alla.ru, Detroit, .Mich. l-2.9 17x WANTED Ten .saltsi.ien to call on retail tinde; Indiisirious men can earn $.:.M'l and upwards annually. Address Box 3'j, Minneapolis, Minn. Iy-25 17x CIGAR salesman wanted in your locality, city and country trade: salary and rx pense or commission ; CNpeiia-na-e unnec essary; en. iose stamp f, r particulars. National Cigar Co., Dept. 71, Toledo. 1 . L-2j3 17:: WANTED -Salesmen tor p.mii to sadl sta'.le line with special iniiiicemi ins to general trade in Nebras!:a ; hei commUsjon and la i iiianont position. Di parliuent MO, Dearborn St., Chicago. ly 3X1 17x WANTED-Iligh-cifiss specialty salesmen to earn $., no nil next year; onlv u 'i-w positions to fill. Too Barton-Pa rker Mfg. Co.. Cedar Rapids, la. i-2V.t 17x SALESMEN To!, acco: exiierieiici unu-c-e-siry; excellent opin tunlt ; good 'n cotne; steady i-m;ileiiii-hi. Aiidiess Belle Mi niii. Tobaci-o Wui Us, Iiuisvilie, K. ly-2', 17x TRAVELING salesman for Nebraska; gen eral merchandise trade; to nil vacam-y; must bo expei lend d, eiiergc"e, capable; firn-rlass pay. Wholesaler, l.-ix n'.3. St. Louis, Mo. I-2x7 17x EXPU-IENCKD road salesman, with trade acquaintance in Nebraska, to sail a repra-sentatlve line of aeeep-lmeil dom ing. Address M. X lUisenliauai. toi',e. apuUs, Ulna. J-S70 17 SALESMEN WANTED WANTED A first-class salesman for Ne braska, excet ting Omaha nhd South Omaha, to sell exclusively during l." tcomi nclpf Jan'iarv 1 our tlrst-cl.i I, tie of cali tidats. advertising spevlalt rs and drugis-s labels and boxes', our In.e is so complete that every tin !' I ant and manufacturer In each and very town ran b- seen, our giu-ds lite first -ciass and strictlv tip-to-dite. our house his been est.iba'slird t v. cut v -ti ve years and Is well and lavonihlv known. Commission. .'" and p.-r cent, ami energetic salesman can nisilv link- from " to $!," per will. New simples will be toady January - l'l'-t-i l.isv nu n only wanted. Enclose this n! i 1 1 i.-iei i let, t with your application. Address U- I i, care Lprd v Thomas, Chicago. L oii Lx WANTED Experienced nnJ reliable men to sell our T,.(" patented and copyrighted BdvirtlsltiK fans and oilier novelties, designed by artists of naiional reputation and recognized as works of art: samples r.adv; large commissions, proinjt seiiie na nis. I tilted States Novelty company, Cincinnati. O. L 3J'. Kx WANTED Tr uvilmg salesmen, thotomthly experienced to represent good charac In china and glussware lines us in Niluaska; must be of ter and utile to furnish sat- Isfactory ref tho fastest erences; we nre recognised as glowing jobbing queetiswaro house In the country and must nave goon men onlv. strict cotitid details of e nual sale's. Mo. All applications ireaieo in once. In answering, give full Xierletie. territory and an Mlsaouii tll iss l'a., St. Loiijs, L eo'j 17 WANTED A frw bright, experienced, en- 1 ergetic, commercial salesmen: men who I are ennoble of raining large salaries; , staple line for retail trade; old estuo- llshed house. Write at once. Address Room tWl. fykes Block, Mlrmeajmlls, Minn. L 356 17x SALESMAN Successful Installment rsles mun; staple line, unique proposition with ensv payments; high commission with $:f wocklv. W. S. Einley i Co.. 53 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. ?.r'4 17x FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th & Chicago E 200 DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam. K-2'.'l VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe B 22 ROOMS FURNISHED "ti easy payments, promnt service and the best stock in hnah.'i. OMAHA FURNITURE AND CARPET CO., 120it-l-ll-12i:i Farnam St. E 277 17 ROOMS and good board. $5 per week and up Call 1517 Chicago St. E 2-3 Tel. 611 O. M. E. Haul 1 runks E "ot TWO nicely furnisiied looms, with hot and coid water, gis, jlectlio aud telephone. 215 S. 25th St. E 130 TWO largo rooms; caHt frontage; all mod ern ooiivonioae. s. including; use of tele phono. Inui ire llti N. 25l)i. E it5 ELEGANT, newly furnished 4-rooui suite; light housekeeping; strictly modern: fur nace heat; mam Hour. 2010 Davenport. E-M-io lx NEW modern rooms; housekeeping. 3320 No. 24th. E-140 IS DESIRABLE rooms; gentlemen preferred. 1M. Capitol Ave. K M232 V ONE largo, front room, with alcove and heat; can do light housekeeping. 122 8. 25th Si. Tel. 53u9. E M2"t 17x PRIVATE family, strictly modern, excel lent location. 'Phone 2310 Webster. E-23S SMALL family with well aptsdntcd home will rent double room to retined gentle man and wife or two gentle. . ion ; every modern conveniences; n-icrences ex changed. Address J 13, Bee. li 259 17x GET what you. need for rooms. Get the money of Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life. E-106 10 NICELY furnished rooms, all con veniences. 14i3 Sherman Avo. E 410 23 FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul 1 runks NICELY furnished steam-heated rooms, wlin or without board, single or en suite. Rates reasonable. Midland hotel, lbtn & -Chicago F 3 IU BOARD AND ROOMS First-class. 3 oiks, of town; nice locution. i.0 Bo. 19th. Tel. 120S. . F-.M7.T Ji ROOM and board $4.25 per week and up; ulcum heat, lo7 So. 17ih SI. F 134 17x WELL heated room; all modern conven iences; private family; good horns cooa iug; telephone. 6ott 8. liith Ave. F M 130 lRx UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT FIVE ROOMS for rent, 2519 N. 15t!i St. G M205 21 3 OR 4 unfurnished rooms, steam heat and gas. 15ot Harney, Id floor. G 220 hot ONE large front room and alcove, fur nished: can do some ligi i housekeeping. 123 S. 35ih Bt. Tel. 63'Xt. G-37S 17x FOUR or, live unfurnished rooms for rent; very reasonable; call Monday. ;iW7 Douglas St. G 433 Lx FOR RENT HOUSES PIANO Uioviu! lowest rates for reliable aei vice. Tel. liio, Bciiuiuliel' 6t Mueller. l)nl ! 1-W in all pans of tho clly. It HUUilLJ c i-cttjij o,. Co., liee lildg. THE Omaha Van Ac Storage Co.. pack, niuve and blore li. 11. guoda. Blorehudaa, 11.0-24 N. 19th. Ofllce, liillVs Faiham. Tel. 1559. D 3li WE MOVE pianos. M.tgguid Van & Stor age Co. Tel. 14.. OJtite, 1.13 Webster St D-270 HOUSES la all pal la of the city. TUo U. wvia t-o. , ifttt bca Bui O ill FOR RENT . .f o 8-rooin houses; all mod ern except furnace, -v; fuui nia.e loonu; newly papered. U'U N. ltli Bt., $12. C. M. Bacliu. ami, 4Ju Paxluu Blk. D-109 HOUSES. Insurance. Klngviall, Baiker Blk. JJ ',3 FOR RENT 9-rooin house, all modern, neai hltlli blIiooI and Crelghton colieito $2.50. Apply at 007 N. 19tli Bt. HOUSE of 7 ruoms. 2112 California St., modern xeept furnace, $"0 and watir real. Miilon Rogers 6c Sona Co. D X MODERN' e-riiom cottage, large yard and stable, j'.u per month. Ganr.eil, 511 Brown fc!k. D 114 17 T SCHWARTZ, moving van. 1510 Webster. Tel. 204G. DM210 Jll FOR RENT Furnisiied. H-room cottage, Jan. 1, $-5. Address J 4. Bee. D M;04 -ix HOUSES FOR RENT. .',:; S. 24th Si., i.ew s-rooni brick, modern, w'oking'distan, e, $4 '. 2151 t ''hlcago St.. choice 9-rooni house, new f irnaee, newly painted and papi-nd; large lawn end tain, ;4". 2i::7 Charhs, 5-room collage $1.. S. 15: i., 5-room cettaite, (13. 'Tl S. Pith. 5-room flat. Jin. "GARVIN BKoS . 14 FARNAM. D- M-'.'9 17 Foil RENT tii-room cottage. 3id N. l'ali NEW 3-room house, just finished. U!o leavenwoiih St. J M-J4 Dx F"R RENT fc-rootn modern boii-e, 111 1 othriip. $J. rooiiia. iuuUitii, 3:4 Lin coln Loidevard, D-'7 H FURNITURE. CARPETS and gen 1 il liouke furtiHhlngs at the lowest possihln prices. Tbn largest atia k In the city. We s-ll on easy pacments. OMAHA FURNITURE AND CARPET CO., 1210-1211-1213 Farnam St D-270 17 5-P.OOM cett.ige. good condition, liear tret cars, i-'arden, electric hghts. pump, only tUl 2iiJ Grand Ave. J-iti 17s J,J FOR RENT HOUSES FOR KENT-HOUSES .Miilin Gi-irxe Ave, 7 rooms. $;, i-v:i;ir Deciiur St., 7 rooms. II ii, -..",. i N. 1'tii Si . -' rooms. $ k.i,,.-Xt; v j:ih St.. Sicith i n i'i:i. 4 rooms. 5 I, .i 1 ; I ';. en a -n Si . , :i !" ' ' . 514.1 i'ununi; Si.. ;-f. .:, lilt. ,H nu,'i., o !:n del II. st'-ll l heated flat, seech, 1 I'c.r Wiihtull Mid;: $ g -. 2 room ','ih and Si. Mniy'n Ave. N. P. DolxiK ti CO. "ill Kurniim S". Ii27l 17 Hi H Si;S TO LET. 1.,:!7 Park Ave.. t,"Hiis. n !! in. $-1". .i la I'odee, r,M m and ci;v wanr. 111. W. EAKNAM SMITH .V to. 1. i' Karniim. D-3 17 WE will make sii cial pi i i s on the follow ing houses: Hit; South S.'il St., S rooms, tinsb rn. bnrn. li'14 North .'Till Si., s looms, gas and city wa.er. i;i'.t North 2ttl. St.. 4-rootn tl it 2" lt Kurnam. l-rco'ii Vt. W. FA UNA M SMITH .V Co., H-' Farmim. I u-j 17 FOR RENT. SIOK-21t4 Maple St.. s rooms, thoroughly PMIOV itcd. lent reduced i I-'''. T.ips Deey Ave, rooms, modern except furnace, $n. 973 N. 7tl'. s rooms, modern. :'.. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. 1TI. lv-279 IT FOR REN T. ."i S it Ii St., pi r 'on;s. nil modern. $I(X C-'3 N. 4th St.. s rooms, all model n. $4" :4 N. l'.'th St.. 12 rooms, all modern, $17 50. I'm poppleton Ave. 0 rooms, modern t xcept fill liaee. $.'.'. TO. 613 S. 21th Ave. ti rooms, partly modern, close in, $15. 2"5 S. 2otli St., ti rooms, modern except fur nace. $27. 5a. 549 S 25th Ave. I rooms, citv water. $12. THE ItYRON REED COMPANY. Phono. i7. 212 S. lit Ii St. D 275 17 FOR RENT. 2o2t N. I2d St., 7-room modern, $20. 2218 Grace St., 6 rooms, modern, $1. 15:15 N. huh St., rooms, modern except fur naoo, l"i 42i Farnam St., in rooms, modern, $22 541, 22 S. 19th St , 5 rooms. $12. W. G. SIIIMVER, 'Phone PieG. Iu23 N. Y Life D 2e 17 14! h St $25.00 JOHN W. RORB1NS, 1V2 FARNAM ST. D-M.'til a FOR RENT Especially nice otu'-story modi rn house, in tli. rcalr. hardwood floors and open plumbing. 3''m2 Mason St $:5') S-romii cottaoe, i:tt li hihI Williams $ S.iw Hall, 4iixi;o, in good repair, 1'ti So. FOR RENT fi-room house, all-modem ex cept furnace, Hanscom park district, 2 blocks from car. shade, lawn, pood r pair, $2fi.;. water paid. VM S. 27th St. l'or Rent lanuiry I to April 1, S-roiuq house, stridly modern, nearly new and eleuantlv furnished. Hanscom park dis trict. this Is a desirable home-$5o.tiu; reiorences reiiiiircil. KENNY REAL EST. v INV. CO., 401 Bee Bldg. D 376 19 Splendid 4-rnom house and burn, largo lot -$ia per month. Jackson Co., Pill Fred erick St. 'Phono Ash-4s:r,J. D 25 17x FOTl RENT A modern, furnished flve-voom cottage 2319 Vinton St Inquire of W. C. Lyman. 19: South 15; h St. D 3fcl 17x HOUSES FOR P.F.NT. 271S P. lf.tli St.. 5-ioiiin brick. $i-.TA "Jtitt l-HVeiiworlh. c-rootii flat. l.lO. 1741 S. 2Mb St., fc rooms, 2.. I :!mi-J V. l-'lth St . 7 rooms. $-o.no. JOHN N. FRENZElt, OPP. OLD P D3fcO 1 H-ROOM house, all modern, $2S.rt; 8-room, modern. $32.50; d-riKim cottage, $15.10. Tel. 5309 D 379 lfcx PAY vour rent In advance. Get the money of Bowen, 703 N". Y. Life Bldg. D-108 10 PAY' your rent in ndvnnee. Get the money from Bowen, 7o3 N. Y. Life Bldg. D 102 10 4-ROOM cottage, new, 1529 No. 21st, J12.50. 6-r. cottage, 42i2 No. 24th. $12.50. -r. houso, 3115 Ames Ave., $1150. fc-r., modern, 1313 So. 32d. $2R. 8-r., modern, 2i29 Seward, $:0. 8-r., modern, Lc2 So. 9th St., $30. 8-r., modern, 2174 Harney. $2S. 8-r., modern, and barn, 44fi8 Farnam, $22.80. R-r., modern, and barn, 3S4U Reward, IM. 12-r., modern, and barn, 2018 No. 21st, $25. F. D. WEAD, 1524 Douglas. D 405 17 MODERN 7-r. house, 4240 Burdette; $22. Tel. 67H) or t'.o2. D 109 lxx FIVE-ROOM cottage, in good repair, line well and cistern. Binney and 41st streets; $S. Inquire; 'phone A T'22. D 112 17x FOR RENT 10-room house on North 4atli St . near car line. A beautiful home and a very cheap rent. ('HAS. E WILLIAM SON CO., 12'l Farnam St. D Hi 17 12"4 North 20th St., ti rooms, $18.00. 5tii South 2Sth St.. 4 rooms, $20. no. BEM IS, Puxton Block. D 419 17 HANSr'OM PARK RESIDENCE. 9-ro,,p . modern, $35. Owner s 'phone i,S0. Monday. P 131 23 A GOOD TIME i'O MOVE. 1410H N. 17th. 3-room, city water, only..$ 7.i 3o34 S. 1st li, 3-room, city water fcM" 4212 Pierce St., 4-room, well and cistern, barn ai42 DaveniKirt, 5-room, city water, fj 4J V Hi , .,.....,.... 1 3203 Lincoln" Blvd, tS-room, all modern. 2o.) 3011 Blimey, r.-room, modern except furnace, half acre of ground .5 "i 32P1 Corbv, K-room, city water, cistern. 12i,i 3221 Poppioton Ave. li-ronm, all modern ia.fi 3:118 Ohio, li-room, nearly modern, nice yard 29i'2 N. 2Mb, ti-room, city water, gas barn " 811 8. 85th Ave.. 6-room. all modern, 2 blocks from courthouse 3" " ir,4i 8. 2;th, 7-rooin. strictly modern.... -0.0) 013 N. 41st St., "-room, balh, gas, nice yar l".fio 4i'Ll Farnam, 7-room, nil modern 8Hi 3i Sherman Ave., 7-room, all modern, 011 South Omaha car line 'Si.ni jnoS St. Mary's Ave, 7-room, all mod- em. nlcelv furnished IB.Ofl 2215 Miami St., g-romn, modern except furnace, only li'"," 525 N. 4nh. fine new i-rooiu, strictly modern, osk finish, etc 40.00 311-x Cass, 9-room. all modern. ood barn - ,v We will make snerli'l inducements on any of the above houses if taken fids week. PAYNE, POSTWICK & CO.. iS-1-3 N. Y. If. D Ijs It WANTED TO RENT WANTED, to rent, close to Omaha, a building and some land that Is suitable to knn about 20" chickens for the winter. Addn ss J 19, Bee. K M12118X LAW AND COLLECTIONS ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow. Church Co . main floor. N. Y. L. Tel. 18, 71 J. M. Mai farland. Scfl N. Y ' Bldg Tel 8t 478 WILLIAM W'APPH'H-Sjcoessful lawyer in prosecution and liii'-n-f' of cill and crln.lnnl sous In all courts: legal docu ments caiefullv prepaiad: notary public. l,i Crelghton block COOEEY BLAl'KSi'OVE S Commentaries for ale, cheap. 2513 F St., South Om.-i.hu. -7 17x FOR EXCHANGE IF YOU do not inui what you want in this column, put an ad. in and you will soon get it. Z i3 FOR EXCHANGE Fxcelle'it nine-room all ii.oilein dwelling, few blocks from posl nl'.re; $4,750. Will take 1 ne-tlilid to one. half in outside income piop"rly. Addr-a i 57. Bee. Z-9i:9 ItJ FOR HAl.E or tr ie for f irm. sviMi-room h.ap:a-. one hi Ti- Kl'-iued. 1,1:0 block from Flou nce car. M A. Sia pin i,s, Curtis Ave, Omiih 1. 7. 372 17x DRESSMAKING GOLDMAN liaating Co., Ml Douglas Mlk, -J4 DRESSMAKING in families or at hnnin, Miss Staiiiy. .'jij Davniiorl. Tel. Hartu-y GET the niuiii'v f u- vour dress from Bowen. Paj" wUau tcju.cnjeuu 703 N. T. Life.