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4 FALL TERit
BOYLES BUSINESS COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF TELEORAPUT
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.
DAT AND NIGHT.
Haw Ca.ta.loa Free. Tel. Douglas 1984.
Addreia II. B. Boyles. President,
Boyles Building, Omaha. Net.
.OMAHA Sara and Iron Worka maks a ape-
elalty of fir escapes, shutters, doora and
( sefee. G. Andreen, prop., 102 8. 10th St.
SIGN PAINTING 8. IL Cola, 1302 Douglas.
THT ICelly's Towel Supply. Tel. Doug. 160.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1J19 Farnam.
lfcNTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co., OX ti. 16th.
Tel. Doug. 1771. Baa. 'phone Doug. 7iM.
EL8A8SER A BP. ICE,
Machinists. 817 South 12th St. Tel, 6837.
1 WHERE TRUNKS AUK MADS.
Trunks, ault caaes and ahopplng baaa. Old
trunk taken in excuause. Kepaiiing.
FAULilNU U SitilNL&
AO N. 16th SL 'Phone liuuglaa 9&
'FINIS Minnesota Ice. in carload lota, erra
ta! Ice Co.. Minneapolis. Minn. R MS
TTPISWRITKRS rented, all makes, 12.10.
Fox Typewriter Co., 182 Farnam.
R M 47 6U.
HEFLIN Locksmith moved up atalr
n trance 1324 Furnam. Tel. Doug. 2U74.
ATTENTION Yah-Nun-Dah-Siss. No. 2,
meet Monday night at Fraternity hall,
17th and Furnam. John Nordman, Trustee.
R 452 UX
FURNISHED room for two gentlrmen;
modern, private family, 2042 Capitol Ave.
WANTED MALE HELP
.WANTED For the U. S. marina corps,
men between ages 21 and 83; an oppor
tunity to see the world. For further In
formation sea poster In postofflca of any
county seat In tha state ot Nebraska,
giving address ot recruiting office located
therein. B MS45 S30x
.WANTED Five boys, good wages, per
manent Job. A. D. T. Co.. 212 S. 13th St.
WANTED Brick, handlers and laborers at
the Avery brick yard, two i miles south
ot Albrlent; boarding house at plant.
WANTETV-Good marble cutter: good
wages; steady employment. Glldea it
Glldea, Norfolk Marble Works. Norfolk,
Neb, n B-U478
Hand us the names of five young persons
who should be Interested In a commercial
education and we will mall you free of
coat six visiting cards with your name
written thereon by our expert penman.
Address PENMAN. OMAHA COM
MERCIAL. COLLEGE. B 848
600 YOUNG MEN to prepare for firemen
and brakemen; experience unnecessary;
. firemen, f lOo; brakemen, ISO per montav
witn rapia promotion to enginoer or con
. duotori huudreds ' of positions ' open.
Call or write for particulars at oooa.
National Railway Vralnlu Ass'n, 4d
i raxton block, omana. xseo.
B MI0I septl
i WANTED Cigar maker; t rollers and I
; bunch breakers; will pay the best ot
i pnoea to go out oi town; wiu aanu ucaeia,
Address H 12. care of Bea. B 724
DRUG STORES bought and sold; drug
WANTEI-Laborers for Montana, Wyo
ming, Nebraska, Dakota, iron worker,
carpenters and help re. Harvest rat.
r.a. Roinery, ui h. I4tn. utno js
WANTED An experienced cattle feedor
. .. . ..... XJtawwmA
mun preferred. Theo. Keimers, Fullcrton,
TEAMS can make from 4 to l per day,
Steady work. C. B. Havens A Co. yards,
14th. and Webster. U iuo
BRICKLAYERS wanted. Inquire R. W,
Uaker, superintendent, sea tilag.
WANTED Two blacksmiths who can
shoe horses and do general wagon repair
work; wages um per day; ateaay jod;
young men preferred. In aawering wire
at my expense. C. W. Morgan, Rawlins,
wyo. , a Mm ax
WANTED Good, all-around man for stew
ard, country clubhouse; must give best of
J references; reasonable bond required. Ad-
drees P. O. Box 402. Sioux City, la.
MIT.MTVn Am all m . A 1 n y. r.
wm pay good salary; -send letters of
( salary expected. N. M. Friesen, Albion,
V .W. tl Uli, OA
. u w. m Mi.i, a v
V EN Light work and 18.00 will take you
from New York to London or Liverpool.
Agents wanted In your city. Boston Ship-
SHiiSi -ngcuujr, Am .lonuia di., rsaw lor.
.CONTRACTORS We furnish men of all
' nationalities aa laborers. Polea, Italian
( Huna or Slavs. We have satisfied others
., and caa satisfy you. boston Stopping
Agency, is norcoiK ov., rvew iora.
; - B M36J It
WANTED AT ONCE.
Experienced salesmen and salesladies for
Raw Dry uooua, LAOine tjioaaa ana kuus,
otlona Rlbbena, Laces, etc. Attractive,
ftermanent poaltlona for the right dpodIo.
See Mr. A. L. Bchanta, General Ornoes. 34
BOOT. - . Tlili HIuNNK'l'T COMPANY.
B SuJ 28
WANTED Young ms,n for stenographer
1 and shipping clerk; state age, experience
, and salary .desired. Address N 61, care
1 , ki. a MJ, ZbX
1 MOULDERS wanted, thirty cents an hour,
Sioux City Foundry & Mfg. Co. Sioux
City. la. . mtt JU
WANTEB Furnaca and stove repair men
limana atova tepair works.
B 408 It
WANTED Man to learn barber trade.
y Bulandid time to begin. Busy season now
Few weeks computes. Top wagea paid
arraduates. Positions waltinr. Little cud.
H.l stajrta bualneaa. Call or wrlta. Molar
ttartier couege, 1x11 ramam hi.
B U41I SCx
WANTED Four male stenographers at
onoa. ix bo. utn Bt. u Mil 4 34
WANTED A ft rat class cutter. Apply
N icon me lauor, ill bo. lain bt.
WANTED Registered pharmacist In Na-
praska, state age. aalary desired and
give references. Address f4 ao, tn rare o
Bee. B M 421 Kx
WANTED Men to put up. hay by the ton
for cash. Apply to Leonard Everett. It
Pearl street. Council Blufls. la.
. .. B-MtSi 21
WANTED Car builders, rrpalrers and
truck men, c-uosny racking uo.
OLICITOR WANTED New magasine de
voted to credit men and retail dealers
.who give oredlt: went canvassers; to
per cent commission; hustlers make IS. 00
t air. A a areas ssercantsio moniuiy, rxa-
ton. Mass. U-as ax
WANTEJ-Flrst-class watch maker at
a--AM7 1M4 Dodge. K 4M Z7
WANTED MALE HaP
Look Before You Leap
Into a Business College!
The profession of stenography offers great opportunities TO THOR
OUGHLY COMPETENT STENOGRAPHERS. . .
Bookkeeping ! Ine line of work and offers splendid salaries to
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT BOOKKEEPERS.
Telegraphy pays well from the start and promises a rosy tuiure, in idi
railway world. .... ... ,
Now, your ability as a stenographer, door Keeper or unegrapner uepeuun
rmrtlallT on yourself and It depends largely on the ability of those who
teach you stenography, bookkeeping or
If your training In stenography, bookkeeping or teiegrayny is muruuju
and your Instructors competent, successful stenographers, bookkeepers or
telegraphers, you'll have little trouble in getting and filling a stenographic,
bookkeeping or telegraphic position paying a fine salary.
If your training Is not thorough and your Instructors are Incompetent,
mn win kot ho a thorot'OHLY comnetent stenoeraDher. bookkeeper or
telegrapher. NO MATTER HOW MUCH
The thoroughly competent stenographer, Bookkeeper or teiegrapner gew
from $50 to $100 and up per month.
The Incompetent are iucky to get
So. your own common sense will
In selecting the business college you
And careful Investigation of the thoroughness or our courses, me com
pleteness of our training, the expert ability ot our Instructors (the largest
ataff of anv business colleare in Omaha) will inevitably lead you to the con
clusion that you will be doing yourself
college on the
OPENING DAY OF
Night school opens, the fall term,
ber 5th. Get a catalogue.
H. B.-BOYLES, Pres.
Look Over Your
And you will find some article
that needs cleaning, dyingr,
pressing or repairing. Send it
to us and be assured courteous
treatment, good work and rea
Our $1 a. Month Plan
is to take care of your clothes
sponge, press, call for and de
liver them regularly. "We know
you will be satisfied with this
(Expert Cleaners and Dyers.)
Note change in address.
2016 Farnam St.
Tel. Doug. 1729.
Two young men in business.
R. E. Corn well Leo Soukup
THE VAN SANT
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
716, 717 and 718 N. Y. Life Building.
The Fall Term Begins Monday, Sept. 3.
This la a select specialty sc hool of shorthand,' typewrit
ing and office practice. It a 1ms to fit young men and
women for business- life. It admits only young people of
Kood character, and of such e ducatlon as will probably
tit them for business duties an d responsibilities.
It is conducted by A. O. Van Bant and Elizabeth Van
Snnt, both of whom have had large experience in aman
uensis and reporting work- and also nave experience in
The texts and methods used In the school nre strictly
up-to-date and represent the best ideas of those wjio are
working for the moral and Intel ectual deve opment of
A free trial week Is given that those who enter may
see the character of the school, the class of attendants,
and the spirit of teachers and students.
Those who wish to do so muy pay tuition by
monthly advance payments. If for any reason a student,
parent or guardian Is not entirely satisfied, or If for any
reason a student wishes to 1 esve the school, money for
unexpired time will be prom ntly refunded.
The students of this schoo 1 are in great demand at the
highest prices paid to beglnn ers.
There is a great demand f or well-educated young men
of personal and moral purity. No other profession pays
so well at the beginning or offers such opportunity for
advancement as the profession of stenography. .
The Fall Term begins Monday. September 3d. Students
may enter at any time after th la date. E
MEN Everywhere to distribute our sam
ples, U dally, steady, no canvassing.
r,OUver," Monroe Bldg., Chicago.
WANTED Stained glass glaziers and
cutters. Apply to Ford Bros. Glass. Co.,
Minneapolis. B 446 &
ELEVATOR boy. Crane Co., 10th snd
WANTED A good all around man foe a
general tin shop and clerk In store part
of the time. All inside work. German
preferred. State wages; give references.
Gray Mercantile Co.. Columbus,
.SOMETHING NEW m health and accident
insurance. A leading company, with targe
profits, to a good Omaha agent, and aluo
for outslda agents. Great Western Acci
dent. Des Moines. "
MANAGER wanted. An Ohio corporation
manufacturing household necessity de
slras Nebraska manager. Demonstration
In leading department store. Of"" fi
nished. Three years' contract, balajy.
II 000 and commissions. Good opening lor
man of character and ability. Adaieas
' Manager. U Ontario Bldg.. Toledo. Ohio.
ACTIVE man wanted to advertise, exhibit
goods and manage branch of large mail
order house; salary lis per week ex
penses paid; permanent position wit h ad
vancement; honeaty more
experience. National Co.. 7a Chestnut
GOVERNMENT P8ITIOS-Want bright
vounk roan to prepare for railway man
olerkf custom nouae clerk, carrier and
others; gradual promotion. BeeUnder
hlll. 3 N. 4lh. B M
WANTED Men, everywhere, good pay. to
distribute clrculara. adv., matter, tack
signs, etc.; no canvassing. Addreaa. Na
tl'nai Distributing Bureau. 1 Oak'ar..
Bank Bldg.. Chicago. 111. B 48 2x
WHS WILL make you a preaent of flOO.
give you a aplendld suit of clothes every
alnety days, enlarge yourptctura free
and pay you a aalary of tK per month
and all traveling expenaea to take ordera
for the greatest and moat reliable portrait
house In the world. All thia will be guar
antaed. Address, R. P. Mertei, Dept. 451,
Chicago, 111. B 477 Kx
WANTED Resident party with established
business to represent locally an Important
flim of New York disinfectant manufac
turers. Address, with full particulars,
Tba Baaltae" Co., Ltd., New York City.
B 461 Kx
WANTED MALE HELP
NATURAL ABILITY YOU MAY HAVE!
a position at an anywnere at any wge.
point out the wisdom of being careful
an Injustice if you fail to enter our
In the evening of Wednesday. Septem
BOYLES BLDG., OMAHA, NEB.
MACHINISTS wanted for light repair
work, men from country towns pre
ferred, 14th and Nicholas. R. Rumble 4k
Son. B UK 27
IN SIX WEEKS we educate you in sales
manship, secure you position as traveling
salesman with responsible Arm. Address
ins uraastreet system, uocuester, rs. 1
B Big 2Cx
WANTED-Experlenced bill clerk. Must
be well recommended. Prefer married
man. State age and salary. B 105
YOUNG men for railroad service, as olerks.
operators, etc. Experience unnecessary
We teach and place you In position. Short
course, low tuition, high salaries. Tuition
returned by railroad to telegraph students
. who take service witn tnem. write lor
catalogue. Chicago Railway and Com
mercial Institute, 96 and 87 Washington
St., Chicago. a 02 vox
MANAGER wanted, every section, to so
lect agents for "Gameoselence," world's
greatest new, lawful game for drinks
or cigars; takes place of forbidden slot
machines; played with nickels or quar
ters; one to seven can play at once;
I ...!.. 1 111.. .1, AtA.
rented or sold on easy payments', 49,0' 0
now In use; sample sent free. Proposi
tion will please you If we still navn
opening in your section, tnnoa sport
ing Googs Mfg. Co., Dept. 69, Chicago,
111. B 1)11 Cx
GRAPE PICKERS; pay 2c per basket, at
Paplo View farm; wagon leaves 49tn
and Dooge bis. every morning at 1 a. r.i.
for the farm. B M609 Septl
WANTED Man with ability to take charge
and manage collection department In our
Chicago office: must have had experience
In making implement settlements, a good
knowledge of bookecplng and unassailable
credentials: position permanent. Smith
Mfg. Co. B-671 26x
WANTED At once, man to clean and stack
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO..
1201 Farnam St.
WANTED Manager for branch offlce we
contemplate opening here In Omaha. Ad.
drtss, with reference. The Morris Whole.
sale House, Cincinnati. O. B 12 2Cx
GOOD opportunity to active man to mane
from 13. oj to lo.UO per day taking orders
for high grade portraits and frames. We
give tun instructions una turnisn outnu
W. E. McChrlstie Co., Camden, O.
Our business is to supply them.
We need from five to ten of each of the
above, and hundreds ot other applicants
to nil dinerent positions, at once.
WESTERN RE fc BOND ASSN. (Inc.).
Dept. B, S40-1-2, N. 1. Lite tilde.
LAUNDRY help of all classes. Kimball
launary ,ioitJ acasun. p
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Experienced cloak salesladies
JOT 1 ail VtlVUIl. 1W. W VUb. A k
must lurnlsh recommendations. Address
1a t, see. v aim
WANTED Immediately,' first-class cook
anO secona in, u,h ui wubci t"uu uw-
man or Bonemlan preferred. Apply lis
So. 24 Ave. C-4U
WANTED Immediately, first-class cook
best ot wages;, none else need apply. Tel.
Harney (Jo. C S4
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Mrs. Edward Roaewater, 17U, Douglas.
WANTED Good cook; small family, ll
fark avi. as zu
AT ONCE, girl for general housework.
111! Leaveaworin. aiao x
A OIRL for housework; good wages. W
8. Hat Bt. zstx
WANTED Experienced salesladies for Art
Department. Apply Mr. cnaim, ia noor,
The tiennen company. b
GOOD girl for general houaework; amaB
family. Mrs. U D, Spalding, 714 South
MIA tx- V. i I s
TIIE OMAIIA! SUNDAY BEE: 'AUOUST
WANTED FEMALE HELP
Omaha Commercial College
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 3
School Re-open Monday, August 27 Students Please Report
ALL DEPARTMENTS DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS
We Were Never Better
To care for tudeta. W have abundant facilities ot every kind. While the
fire hag caused us some Inconvenience and expense. It will in no war Interfere
with the operation of the school. We
orating, putting in metal ceiling on the
ready Sept. 3rd. Our school rooms will
Remington typewriters have been bought
teachers in our Shorthand Department.
teacn young people right business ideas,
to the v
INCREASED DEMAND FOR HIGH GRADE HELP.
- For a long time we have been enlarging our courses of study and im
proving our methods. We are prepared
things progressive business men require,
We know the attainments that are
earner. We teach him the right things
WE WILL DO OUR UTMOST TO HELP YOU
To the knowledge that will enable you to fill a high grade position. Pros
perity has enlarged the opportunities of this generation of young people.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE A SAFE ANCHORAGE
FOR THE FUTURE.
Enroll September 3rd, and do your part as well as we do ours and you
are sure to find lucrative employment.
Pror.j. w. Lampman will be at the college offlce every evening this week
and will be pleased to meet those who wish to attnd the night school.
. ROHRBOUGH BROS., Props.,
19th and Farnam Sts. Omaha, Nebraska.
WANTED Girl for general housework;
r.,llv i wn 1 (, ) 1 f i , it e.
WANTED at once. Competent woman, or
maia ror general Housework. Mrs.
Charles W. Pearsall, 1123 Park Ave.
C 401 26
THREE lady stenographers at once. 118
BO. Ibtn bt. C M41B 36
LAUNDRY WORKERS who can polish
enirts; gooa wagps. ti. a. a., Kunke
Bldg., Lincoln, Neb. C M429 2x
WANTED Lady clothes ironers. City
Steam Laundry, Zll S. 11th. C 437 26
COMPETENT cook. Two In family.
tl'... AOS . . i. , r , ,-,
05.1 aau yet iiiuiiLu. jurv. v. urrnn,
3623 Harney. C 436 27
WANTED Competent girl for general
bousework. law Blnney. c 434 27
COMPETENT girt for general housework;
must be good cook: no washing; refer
ences required; good wages. 19! Daven
port St. C MSGS 28x '
LADY to travel; references required; sal-
An. . 1 . . . . . w n
ary 1 per waea : expenses sovsncea. J. a.
Zlegler & Co., 323 Dearborn St.. Chicago.
LADIES to Work on piecework; 3 per
dozen; ail materials rurnlsned; no can
vassing; steady work guaranteed; send
stamped envelope. Best Mfg. Co,
Champlaln Bldg., Chicago. C Sll 2tx
ENERGETIC ladles; ten dollars weekly.
spare time; no canvassing; no money re
quired; honest offer; send stamp. Oriental
Co., Box 8. Homer, N. Y. C 480 28x
LADIES to make sanitary bolts; material
an cut ready to sew; 11.20 per dozen;
particulars, stamped envelope. Lenox Co.,
Dept. M, Chicago. C 479 26x
WANTED Lady bookkeeper. Must be ex
perienced and ruuy atie to take lull
charge of set of double entry books.
State experience and salary wanted. Ad
dress,. O 15, care Bee. C 696 26.
WANTED Office assistant, educated, re-
nned; one who nas bad experience in of
flee work preferred; 27 to 85 years of age;
must speak German. Address A. F.
Grimm Co., Parkston. S. ' D.
WANTED Glr 1 for general housework.
Apply Tuesday, or after 1901 Don ire.
C MOSS 27
WANTED Two first-class lady barbers at
once, write C. A. oeborn, Beatrice. Neb.
C M59S 27X
t stenographers, $50.
1 stenographer, J8S.
t stenographers, 140.
1 retail clerk. 131.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASSN. (Inc.),
Dept. B, 840-1-Z N. Y. la. HIdg.
WANTED A ceok. C32 S. 37th. C-675
WANTED Woman to work by the day.
ISO. s, Davldge block. U (14 26
WANTED Mangle girls.
C M3SJ 30
POSITION wanted by experienced young
iaay as nousexeeper; can give reierenoea.
Address N 63, care Bee, A M327 26 x
RESPONSIBLE position wanted by well
eoucatea young man. correspondence
solicited. Address Box 34, Blair, Neb.
FIRST-CLASS, sober and up-to-date com
mercial traveler, witn large Dullness ex
perience, and also capable of managing
men or branch house, desires position at
once. Address O 14, Bee. A 67 26x
A SKILLFUL stone carver wants perma
nent work, nag designed and carved on
wood and stone on some of the best
estates and monuments In England. Ad
dress, E, G., 4215 Lafayette Ave.
WANTED By refined woman of experi
ence, position as Housekeeper wnere mere
Is one or more servants; best of refer
ences to right party. 0-21, care Bee.
LAUNDRY help of all classes. Kimball
laundry, 1511 Jackson. C C7K
THREE salesmen wanted, who can spend
a few days' time in familiarising tuem
selvcs with a line of samples. Call be
tween S ar.d 10 a. m. and 4 to 5 p. m. Du-
I. gal Crae. Paxton Hotel. L M410 2tx
SALESMAN WANTED-A New York
manufacturer, having a thoroughly
established buainess In plumbing goods
In nearby territory, will pay 31,200 per
annum and expenses, with an additional
commission over a stipulated amount of
sales, for the services of a high grade,
experienced traveling ralesman; ac
quaintance with this line not necessary;
a permanent well paying position for the
right man willing to work. Address with
full particulars, reference strlcUy con
fidential, N 6s, in care of Bee.
L M C4 26
WANTED Experienced salesman to call
on dry goods trade with our well known
"Perfection Brand" ladlea' wrappers,
dreaalng oacquea and klmonoa; compact
. side line; commission; references re
quired. M. B. Loewenstetn & Co.. 615-617
N. tth St.. St. Louis, Mo. L-&2 26x
SALESMAN High grade patent medicine
with record. Vp-to-date Inducement, to
.drug trade on liberal salary and expense.
Give facts for attention. Address C. W.
B , W Union Park PI., Chicago.
L 631 26
SALESMEN WANTED calling on the har
nesa and Implement trade. State terri
tory. Liberal compensation. Addreaa P.
O. Box 2u6. Dallas City. 111. L 61A 'fix
SALESMAN WANTED Now selling to
dry goods and general stores; small
towns; complete lace-embro.dery line.
Merk & Co., (30 West Broadway, No
York.' h 610 ifS
SALESMAN Ftrst-claes, all-around hus
tler to cover unoccupied territory selling
tapis line to retail trade; technical
knowledge unnecessary; permanent to
right man: xju weekly, expenses ad
vanced. Sales Manager. Box 7v5. Chicago,
CIGAR salesman wanted In your locality;
city snd country trade; commission: en
close stamp for particulars. L. Dene
belm at Bon, '4th and Grand, Kansas City,
Mo. L 44 Kx
HOT SIDE LINB Pays hotel bills: con-
signed goods; pocket samples; prompt
commission. American Chawing Guin Co.,
EU Louis. L
Prepared Than Now
hare many workmen employed In redec
second flood, eto. Everything will be
be more attractive than before. KO new
and -we have employed additional
We were sever so well prepared to
we are and have been fully alive
to teach our pupils bow to do the
and to do them the way they want
most valuable and needful to the salary
the right way.
WANTED At once for each state, one
uihi'uaas expenencea roaa salesman;
Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota,
established Jobbing house. Apply Room
Ci o Ctn f ) I 1, , , , , ,
W.( gjAC, OIULA, iUlIltlCUpVllB. JX11I1I1.
SALESMEN WANTED Best and most
profitable resular or side line on earth.
for all classes of retailers; leather case
witn samples, weighing 4ft lbs; straigrtt
Commission: give present and previous
lines and territory covered. Address Na
tional Mercantile Co., Dept. E, Iowa City,
ia. aj w a
WANTED Experienced salesman to coll on
drug aad general store trade; preference
given to patent medicine- salesman; ex
ceptional opportunity; special representa
tive now In the west: can arrange for
Interview; reply confidential. Box 555,
cnicago. Li tuo ztut
WANTED Salesman, by wholesale Jewelry
house, to sell their line to general trade 1
special Inducements to merchants, which
makes sales easy: hlirh commissions: per,
manent position. McAUlster-Coman Co.,
sae Dearborn, Chicago. Lt u zux
SALESMEN for Nebraska: experienced
traveling men preferred: line stample for
general trade; position permanent; 325
weemy advance witn commission, saw
yer, Leslie & Co., Detroit, Mich.
L 497 26x
TRAVELING salesman for Nebraska and
Iowa with a full line of soaps, perfumes
and flavoring extracts; furnishing the 32
ror (l selling plan to the retail deslor
330 weekly advance. F. F. Cook, Sales
Dopt., Detroit. Mien. Lr-
SALESMEN wanted to sell to rrocers
druggists and confectioners: 3LG0 per
month and expenses. California Cider and
icxtract Co.. St. Louis. Mo. L 481 26x
GROCERY salesmen wsnted; a few hon
est, energetic men may secure exclusive
territory selling hotels, restaurants, farm
ers and other large consumers; perma
nent and profitable employment; state
present occupstlon and mention refer
ences. John Sexton A Co., 16-18-20-23 State
St., Chicago. L 483 26
SALESMEN or agenta to represent us
among the merchant tailoring trade with
fancy vestlngs and tailors' trimmings, on
a good salary or commission basis. . J.
Leewenstein, 323 North 9th St.. Philsdol-
phla. Pa, L-519 2,6
AGENTS TAKE NOTICE
Gentlemen and ladles are making 325 to
340 per week aeillng our embroidered goods
and other novelties direct to consumer.
Good sellers in city or country, utiiere do
it, wny net your can or write.
U. 0. AullltltUlUUni WUkkB,
109 S. 16th.
J M508 Sept 1
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW, and
needed by everybody; our xz.uug combina
tion Policies, covering all accidents, uls
esses and occupations; coailng only 36
per annum each, payable quarterly; Isaued
by this Society only. Over 1300,000 already
paid In benefits. AGENTS WANTED
large commissions and exclusive terri
tory given. Address NATIONAL ACCI
DENT SOCIETY. 320 Broadway, New
York. ESTABLISHED a YEARS. J-
NEW Sleeve Protector for office and house
work. Write today. Uet territory; other
new goods. Ladles' Supply Co., Prairie
Ave., O.. Chicago. J-M212 8i8x
AN old Una life -Insurance agent wanted;
one witn experience, capable of writing
business himself and managing men; sal
ary and commission. Address Lock Box
1625, Lincoln. Neb. J M61 31
WANTED Party to sell treasury stock of
a southern rsevaaa gold mining company.
The property is one of the best in tnat
remarkable country. The stock Is easily
sold; a good thing for the Investor and
party who sells It. It will pay you to In
vestigate this offer. Address N 23, Bee.
$20 WEEKLY can be made by live agents
selling new, quicK-seuing necessity. Ap
ply Thurston hotel. Foster, Maxson A Co.
J 366 25x
PICTURE AGENTS Handle our "Luie
Medallions;" big seller. Send for "A.
B. C." catalogue. Largest portrait and
frame house In the world. Indiana Por
trait and Frame Co., La Porte, Ind.
J 607 26x
AGENTS everywhere coin money selling
tne lamous -war inverted us tramps;
something new; Immense demand; large
troflts; exclusive territory. Address Star
iight Co., 28 State St., Chicago.
FAKIRS and agents wanted for tho won.
derrul aerial toy: sells at sight; exhibit
ono and that sells the rest. Sample 10c,
dozen 60c. lirszlle Supply Co., Station H,
Cincinnati. O. J 521 26x
NEW SPECIALTY It's allvo, it's hot. It
sells; big profits; exclusive territory:
writs for sample. Automatic potato
peeler, peels 12 potatoes perfect In one
minute. N. Edgren Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
BRAND NEW necessity: sell on sight;
agents' fortune. Colonial Factory, Wells
vllle, N. Y. J
AGENTS Learn to fit glasses. Our eye
book with full Information free. Jack
sonlan Optical College, 16 College Plaoe,
Jackson, Michigan. J
SEND ten cents for gallon sample package
of Wheeler's lemonade. 100 per cent profit
to agents. Agents Novelty Mfg. Co.,
Buffalo. N. Y. J-
OUR wonderful premium offer just out; get
next quick: wa have greatest Inducamenta
ever offered agenta; write today tor ter
ritory. Davis Soap W'orks, S3 Union Park
Place. Chicago. J
AGENTS wanted for the Leader Folding
Sleeve Board. Big money for hustlera
The J. O. Aten Co.. Monroevllle, Ohio.
J 474 26x
$5,000 YEARLY positively made selling am)
appointing agents to sell our recently
patented gasoline lamps and lighting sys
tems; the moat beautiful made; needed
In every store; exptrlence unnecessary;
our demonstrating quint furnished free to
agenta; makea failure lmpoaslble; we give
agents exoluslve territory and co-operate
with them In every way: extend credit
and offer a grand opportunity to make a
fortune. Security Light and Tank Co..
Dept. 16. 0 8. Clinton St., Chicago. IlL
r J 473 2x
WANTEI-Dlstrlet agents for largest sick
and accident Insurance company In mid
dle weat; big eommlaalon and aalary to
producers. American Benevolent Associa
tion, ot. Louis, Ua . t 47a 36
HOW TO GET A JOB
And work up to a fine position Is the thought of every young
man and woman starting in life.
Trained ability is always In demand, got the good places
and big salaries. Ignorance, brswn and mtiPcle does the hard
labor at the lowest wages.
Learn Bookkeeping or Shorthand and you will always bo
assured of steady work and good pay, gain the confidence of
business men and work to higher positions anr larger salaries.
Build yonr foundation on the rock of THOROUGHNESS.
Study business methods under teachers experit iced In COM
THE NEBRASKA BUSINESS COLLEGE, BOYD THEATRE
BUILDING, OMAHA, offers you these advantages. The Presi
dent and Instructor in Chief has bad 20 years' experience as a
Reporter and Public Accountant. . He Is one of the most Expert
Accountants In America.
Write or call on P. L. Smlthers, President, Boyd Theatre
Building. Omaha, Nob., for SPECIAL OFFER NO. 6 and he will
tell you how he prepares young men and women for successful
business careers. He will also make you a special reduced rate
for tuition, the best offer ever made by a Bchool In the West.
FALL TERM OPENS Sept 3d and 4th. New classes every
week. Positions secured for graduates. Individual Instructions
to each student. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
$76 WEEKLY and upward easily made
fitting glasses; our eye book free: tells
you now. Write National optical College,
St. Louis, Mo. J 176 26x
CANVASSERS and local agents wanted;
quick seller; good money. Germo Mfg.
Co., Sedalia, Mo. J
SELL our reservoir ductless floor and
carpet brushes outside of Omaha, in
stores, schools, residences, public build
ings, hotels, halls; Meld unlimited; re-
. duce dust 97 per cent, actual test. Gold
Medal at St. Louis world's fair; strictly
guaranteed; big margin and great seller;
opportunity tb build great trade; exclu
sive territory; no competition. Milwaukee
Dustless Brush Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
. J 69u 26x
WITHOUT AN OPERATION-ALL kinds
of plies cured Internal, external, blind,
bleeding or Itching piles. A guarantee
given in every case treated by Dr. Max
well, who haa had twenty-five years' ex-
ferience In treating piles. Hundreds of
ettlmonlals given on application. 624 Bee
Bldg., Omaha. Neb. Phone Douglas 1421.
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at ta24 N. 24th
Bt., Onaha. Neb. U-MlOv
TRY KELLY'3 Laundry. 'Phone Douglas
3520. , U-fii3
DR. ROY, Chiropody. R. 3 & 3, 1605 Farn m.
PRIVATE confinement home; Mrs. Dr.
King. 201S N. 21st St. Tel. Doug. 3659.
P L E AT I N G Buttons. Ruohlng.
1 i,l,llllitU Embroidering.
Dyeir.g and Cleaning, Sponging and bhrlnk
Ing, only 60 per yard. Send for price lit
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
M0 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1931
PRIVATE home during confinement. Mra
Garden, 2216 Charles. Tel. Doug. 6311.
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THE Salvation Army solicits t cast-off
clothing: In fact, anything you do not
Deed. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. 11th EC, for cost et collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4126 and
wagon will calL U-6U
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelgbtoft Medical College, 14th and
Davenport Sts. Special attention paid
to confinement cases. All treatment su
pervised by college processors. 'Phone
Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or nighu
THE City Garbage Co Offlce, 14th and
Leavenworth Sts. Tel. DougU.a 147.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 728 First. Ave., Council Bluffs,
la. Tel 771 U-322
FREE YOUR FORTUNE FREE.
Send 3-cent stamp with birth date and I
will send yeur fortune, past, present and
future. Ail matters of business, love
marriage and health plainly told. Prof.
Larl Augent, 1016 Walnut St., Kansas
City. Mo. U 614 26x
WANTED To correspond with Merry-Go-
Round lor M. w. a. picnic, oeptemoer
19, '06. Addreaa Box 2u5, Hamburg, la.
U 6vl 26x
WIDOW, good looking, wealthy, desires
husband; only temperate man considered;
am lonely; desire home. Address con
fidentially, M. Hill, 120 Randolph St.,
Chicago. U 14 2dx
A GENTLEMAN, aged 45, desires the ac
quaintance ef a neat- uppearing,
spectable' lady. Seal carefully and ad
dress O 4, care Bee. . V 513 36x
SURVEYING, BUokensderfcr, 313 Bee BUUs.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Blag.
CYRiNGES, rubber goods, by mall; tut
trices. Send for free catalogue. Myers
ilUuu Drug Co., Omaha. U 77a
WE RENT sewing machines at $1 per
Week: we sun aeuonu-nanu inucumw
up. Nebraska Cycle Co., corner 15th and
Harney. Tel. Douglas 1663.
DBS. VOGEL, private hospital for women
gnd for ladles before and during contiiie
nitnu a31 S. 13lu St.. Omaha. Neb.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, warts and moles
permanently removed by electricity; con
sultation tree and confidential; ail work
guaranteed. Miss Aliender, 42i N. X.
OMAHA Steam Paste Co. manufactures
pure flour paste. 2210 Cuining. Tel.
Doug. 4621. U
MORPHINE, opium, laudanum, cocaine
habit myself cured; will Inform you of
lisrmlesa, permanent home cure. Mary
Baldwin, Box 1212 Chicago. , U
ARCHITECT O. L. Brollne, 618 Bee Bldg.
U til Hi
ACORN PRESS TJfti
Tel. Doaglas 2763.
SHOULD BLANCHARD'S ECZEMA LO
TION not give speedy or satislaciory r.
suits, notify Prof. I. Blanchaid, akin
specialist, Minneapolis, Minn. Whoie
aaier. supply ail 1luM610 Slflx
Xf A iTMTTTTr! treatment and batb. Mme.
Smith. 118 N. 16, 2d lloor.
U MUKl B14X
WANTED Sewing to do by hour. Write,
618 Bancroft St. U 399 26x
MIDDLE AGED capitalist, lonesome, 1
sires companionship of loving wife;
rich or poor makea no difference. Wri'.e
Box 4i5,Bl Jossph, Mich. U 604 2x
LTNGSTAD H1" Orads 1907 Calendars,
a. taduo. E. corner Wtb SO. aad
fc JORVE. capliol Ave. -748
WE HAVE a new press no lob too' large
er too small. Central Printing Co,
WETMOBB detective service; 'phone Re4
7401. Rooms u ana 14, union kik., uta
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Doug. 611 0. M. E. Ilaul Trunks
TWO newly furnished south front rooms,
connected by door; private family. 2564
Harney. 'Phone Douglas 5840. E
Thurston hotel; rooms $1.60 up per week.
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and CapItoTAveJ
south front; rooms with or without board.
' E 780
TWO beautiful clean rooms for light house)
keeping. 1526 N. 20th. E 400 26
ONE large, well lighted south room, mod-
ern, hot water heat, l&e Capitol Ave.
E A1569 38 ,
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room,
good location, very desirable, gentlemen
only. 627 S. 26th Ave. E 663 26x
NICELY furnished front room, south and
east exposure; strictly modern. 624 S. litn
St. ' E 664 26x
TWO elegant rooms, south front, modern,
clcse in; private family. 22U8 Douglas.
E M534 27X
TWO large, furnished front rooms, modern.
117 N. 20th St. E-642 26
LARGE front room, alcove, Hanscom Park
district. 'Phone Iiarney-166.
E M539 27x
NICELY furnished rooms, all modern, 839
8. 24th St., upstairs. E M587 27x
TWO newly furnished south front rooms:
connected by door. Private family, 2664
Harney. 'Phone Douglas 6840.
E M605 28x '
i ROOMS for housekeeping, near 26th and
Davenport St. Tel. Douglas-6309.
E M367 27x
ROOMS Single or double, large and
email, all modern. The Bosto.i," 101'
South 17th. B- M618 7x 1
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 0. M. E. Haul Tninka
, ..- F-731
NICELY furnished cool rborhs, excellent'"
. board rates reasonable. The Rose, 2024 ' r
: Harney Bt. F-MflOl A17x ' ft.
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
LARGE, cheerful steam-heated rooms; ex
cellent meals. 017 S. 18th St.
F 336 26x
MODERN rooms, home cooking; reasonable
price, 2215 Howard St. Tel. Douglas
8668. F M3a0
TWO large rooms, furnished or un-
rurnlshed, with or witliout noaro. lati
Park Ave. F M416 26x
FURNISHED rooms with board. 2423 Cass,
, telephone Red 6195. F-M 426 31
FURNISHED rooms and board, 609 80. 23th
Ave. Good board, neat, clean rooms.
Private family. Modern conveniences.
'Phone. - F-M431 26 x
On direct line to South Omaha. Amer
ican and European, corner 13th and Jack
son Sts. The beat modern and up-to-date
medium priced hotel In the city, and th
only -one that haa a long distance tela,
phone, and a team heat In every room.
Kit snnt rooms with private baths. Pub
lic baths free to gueBts. We are now
ready for permanent and transient guests.
Call and see us and get satisfactory rates.
R. A. Inge, props. Bam Bauman,
M. A. Nagl, Manager.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Four nice modern unfurnished
rooms, for light housekeeping, 624 A. 24th
Ave. G-404 26
THREE furnished rooms, with alcove,
modern. 2670 Farnam. G 446 20x
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
We have three front rooms on second
floor, brick building, suitable for lodge or
living rooms. 315 per month; newly papered
and in good condition.
N. P. DODGE & CO.,
O M575 28
FURNISHED HOUSE 10 rooms, barn and
nil conveniences. 1113 South 3bth Ave. C
F. Breckenrldge, 711 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED A 6 or 6-room partly modern
cottage In north or west part of city. Give
price and terms. Address O 22, Bee.
N 671 26x
WANT to buy good brkk building In down
town district for Investment, from $26,00A
P. D. Wcad,
WANTED Good horse, wagon and harness.
Omaha, Stove Repair Works. li- Doug
las St. N-613 26x
WANTED Engine, type, rewspeper or Job
press. 14Vix22 or larger. Box 544, Stroma
burg. Neb. N-6oi U
WANTED TO Bl'i SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE, etovea, carpets, clothing
and ahoes. Pay tha beat prices. Tat
Douglas 397L N453 S3
I WANT some trees taken off of lot at
1511 South 29th St. Enquire at above
number at once. N 447 27x
WE want 40 acrea near street car in Omaha;
also 40 acres Council Bluffs, suitable for
platting. Write full particulars at once
to O 13. care Bee. N-582 26
WIRE AND IRON FENCING.
For lawn, garden poultry ana farm. Sand
for large free catalogue. Get our prices.
Omsha Wire and Iron Works, 933-ii6-8t
N. 34th. Tel. Doug.-I702. M837 61$
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
60 per foot. 206 N. 17th St. Tel. Bed 811
CHAMPION fences best! 611 8. 16th, Doujl
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