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DEATH AX D FVXERAL, NOTICES.
KRACHT Mrs. F. W., died September 8,
1908, at residence, ?24 North Thirtieth
street. She la aurvlved by husband and
three daughters, Misses .tannic, Caroline
and Sophie Kracht.
Funeral from residence, Monday, Septem
ber 7, at 2 o'clock. Interment Forest Lawn
cemetery. Friends Invited.
CARDS OF TH AX KS,
Wt wish to extend our heartfelt thanks
to our kind friends sjid neighbors for the
kindness ahown us during; our recent be
reavement In tha UlneM and death of our
beloved wife and mother. Aio for the
many beautiful floral offering;.
A. iliACDONALD AND FAMILY..
BIRTHS AXt DEATHS. '
Births Harley O. Moorhead, 117 South
Thirty-eighth, uoy; Oie Oleaon, 1.M3 Ida In,
boy; Lara Paulaon, Majestic fluta, Nortu
Htxteentn, boy; Chanea Rolli, Fifty-futn
and inner, Mir); ;s. K. Salyaras, .n
Boulevard avenue, girl; William Hubert,
1646 North Klghteemn, boy; Frank Smith,
4o3 Bancroft, xlri; Joseph Dr.auus, lwtf
South Twenty-second, g,ri; Phillip Hlnes,
3618 Blondo, girl; John Plnppen. 2i
Emmet, girl; diaries B. Jones, iiv Ohio,
boy; Frank Brlandy, 2616 Parker, girl.
Tha following marriage ltcenaea have been
Name and Residence. Age.
Jens W. Sorensen, Atlantic, la 33
Christina Petersen, Atlantic, la 28
Oust 8. Carlson, Oakland, Nob 27
Esther Qustafson, Oakland, Neb 21
Mlrhaei O'Connors, South Omaha 33
Mrs. Catherine Walsh, South Omaha.... 30
Fred C. Gabrlo, South Omaha 30
Flora V. Svuctno, Omaha 22
19th and Far nam
Opened Last Tuesday
Tha enrollment waa the largest we have
ever had and the claaa of studiea the
best. Every department has opened with
an unusually large attendance and en
thusiasm. Many more students will en
ter tomorrow and all through the week.
We shall atari new classes every week
from now on ao students can begin any
time. Now, however. Is the right time to
We open our public school department
Tuesuuy morning. September 8. We want
all nubile school children, who do not
wish to attend the public school. Ralea
low. facilities first claim, male teachers
end reparate quarters. Call for special
DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS
Day sessions same as public school, and
night sessions Monday, Wednesday and
Friday nights, (.all at college or puone
Douglas 19 for particulars.
Catalogue aer.t free to any address. Also
telegraph folder. Both are frue.
19th and Farnam Sta.
or any other school by what it aays In Its
newspaper advertising or catalogue.
When wo tell you that this la absolutely
the only buslntss school In Omaha that em
pi' ys none but expert teachers of long ex
perience lu all departments, you should
come right up to the college and ask ua
Just who these teachere are, and find out to
your own satisfaction what experience they
have had and what ability they possess.
THIS IS THE COLLEGE THAT WOULD
NOT SUFFER BY SUCH AN 1NVK4JTI-
Visit our rooms, examine our couraea of
atudy, meet our teachera and talk with our
atudenta. before you decide Where to at
A large number of studenta will etart to
morrow morning. You should be among
the number. We can save you tlmt and
money. You can enroll any weak day.
School will dismiss at noon on Labor day
For Information, call, 'phone or write,
MOSHER & LAMPMAN,
17th and Farnam Sta.,
TRUSTS, "WILLS, RENTALS,
Wa have mortgages netting the Investor
I to 6 per cent. In over twenty-two years
of busineaa no inventor with ua naa lost
dollar or taken an acre of land. Over
i8.5i.roo of other people'a money is now
tafaly placed by us.
. We prepare WILLS at a minimum coat.
Consultation la confidential.
For corporations who wish to Isaue bonds
?r for Individuals who wish to provide a
und from which children or aged people
re to receive the Income, wa act aa trustee.
, Propt-rty cared for; repairs kept up; ren
tals collected and Insurance furnished.
TETERS TRUST CO.,
Ground Floor, New York Life Bldg.
klorand's cluM.a In dancing opp. Burwood
theajer. now open.. Leasona for adulta
Tueadaya and Fridaya. 8 p. 111.; audit Is
every VYednt-aday; prlvat leaaona. Call
or tel. Douglas 1041. Special low terma to
pupils from the collegea aod palrona from
Council Ulutfa. (1 iw2 Sepllu
PROF. A. C. C. PFL'HL International
aatrologer, phrenologiat, mrltea charts and
hsroacopaa, trachea aatmlogy, isi'i Far.
nam. Ct 61 Oct. 2s
HOME-MADE wine. $1 par gallon. Cack
le ferwa.. Ul N. ltitb bu
DAY' SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL
" IT 'S N EVER TOO LATE TO MEND.
It '8 never too late to begin your business training at Boyles
College.' . . r , ,
Start tomorrow! ' UjVfi j :
You thought of It last week, didn't you!
Think of it again today, make up your mind today and get
EVERY DAY IS ENROLLMENT DAY AT BOYLES COLLEGE
Business waits on no man. If you intend to get into business
every day's delay is a waste of time and money.
Business is profitable if conducted in a business way. Do
you know how? (
Do you want to learn!
Do you know we have a constant demand for trained sten
ographers, bookkeepers, accountants and. telegraphers t
Business men ask for ability and training. How are you
fixed to hold a position! Omaha business men ask you when you
apply for a position, "Are you a Boyles College graduate!" If
you are nothing more is needed. You get the job.
No student instructors in Boyles College. Ask for a copy of
"Boyles College Talk" which will tell you who our teachers are,
where they were educated and what they teach.
II. B. BOYLES, President. Boyles Bldg., Omaha.
Official Training School for Union
SKIN PAINTING d. II. Cole,
THE CITT GARBAGK CO.. office 4tli and
Leavenworth Sta. Tel. Douglas US".
SEND for our list of second-hand automo
biles, UfcKliiHI, 1818 Farnam. (2) m
THREE 1-ton commercial automobiles:
prices. $SU0, 3S50 and $1,200. Apply W. S.
Balduff. 1E22 Farnam St. (2) 193
H. P. Orient Buckboard for sale. Speed
SB miles per hour; first-claaa condition,
$225. Le Bron, 313 S. 12th St.
HOW about your gasoline motor? Docs
it run smoothly? If not send 10-eent
postage for text book. "Carbureters and
Engine Troubles." Breeze Carbureters,
274 Halsey St., Newark, N. J.
( MRR3 6x
BARTER AND EXCHANGE
Land and Farms For
640 acres Lincoln county, trood hav land-
44 miles to nearest town, $10 per acre.
160 acres Colfax county, hav land: close
to Schuyler. Price, $80 per acre. Owner will
consider Omaha Income property.
40 acres close to town. LaClede eountv.
Missouri: well Unproved: fine fruit count.
Owner wishes to exchange for country
Nebraska ranch. Pierce county: 1,640
acres, well Improved. Clover and alfalfa
natft1 hfi.t f anil I i tr a rwt .v.. U
ranch. Price, 125 per acre. Owner will con.
aider well improved Omaha property.
320 acres well Improved farm in Holt
county, Nebraska. Good hay land. Price.
326 per acre. Owner will consider Omaha
KM acrea Dixon county, Nebraska. 7-room
house; other good Improvements; 220 acres
under plow: balance pnature and hay land:
close to town. Price, $67.50 per acre. Owner
will consider Omaha residence property
wortn a,(iuu to so.uw equity.
820 acres Perkins county land: good soil,
unimproved: eight miles south of Paxton
Price, $15 per acre. Owner will consider
Omaha residence property.
A40 acrea Weld county, Colorado land.
close to town: good soil. Price. $16 per acre
Owner wants to move to Omaha and will
consider good residence.
Hushes county. South Dakota, two one-
fourth sections good, level land, well im
proved. Price, $21.50 per acre for one, $15
per acre for tne ciner. owner win iraua
one of these quarters for Omaha residence.
Make rtrnnosltlon. Will furnish full par
ticulars and gladly list your properties for
exchange, but can consider at casn vaiue
HASTINGS & HEYDEN Land Department,
Otto Slemssen, Mgr.
220 80. 17th St. Tel. D-1606.
Omaha Property For
Nine-room residence, good condition, full
lot, shade trees, close to outh Omaha
business center; clear. Price, $4,500.
Owner wishes to exchange for farm land.
Six flats, eight rooma each, and two reai
dences, all modern, rental $3,HT0, In Han
acom park district; price $43,0t)O. Owner
will conalder half value in good farm
land, balance eaay terma at 6 per cent.
Six flata, eight rooms each, all modern, on
Park Ave., rental $1.".0;- price $23,000.
Owner will accept half In good land, bal
ance easy terms.
Hi nlnr-rivim modern flats, two full lots,
on Rurdette St.. near car line; rental
S1.50 yearly. Price $1S,C0. Mortgage
it ww Owner may consider good unim
proved section In Cheyenne or Kimball
rn.ir.rmim house. S. Mt h St.: rental $120 per
vear: price $1,400. Owner wants 15 to 40
acrea. Will assume difference.
Six-room houae, full lot. on 24th St., South
Omaha; rental $144 pearly: price $X(.).
(Vainer will consider acra property.
Two lots. 5-room house, north 43d St.; price
$2,500. Owner will consider 40 acres east
em Nebraska or western Iowa.
W) acres near Nelln, Neb.. 130 acres eulH
timi-A mod lmrrovemen t s. all level land
price $55 per acre; mortgage $2,000. Owner
will traue tor ominn reaiueiicr nvirnj
Make iiroooaltlon. Will furnlah full partlcu.
lara on application. Please list your
property for exchange with us at caah
HASTINGS A HEYDEN LAND DEPT.
Otto Slemssen, Manager,
2M S. 17th St., Telephone Douglas lfV.
WANTED to trade. Ont-half aection of
wild land near Atklnaon, Neb., for hard
ware atork or hotel. E. P. Olmmd,
Norfolk, Neb. t
FOR SALE OR TRADE-66J acrea Und
within $ mllea of beldeii. Kan.; ta acre
In corn. 16 acrea alfalia; fenced; no other
Irrprovementa. Will divide and sell or
will trade equity for Omaha rental prop
erty $16.50 per acre. Address Q. A.
Hampton, 624 N. 41st Ave., Omaha.
Nebraska farm and soma cash for store
building of tenament houses In Omaha.
What have you gut?
6H HIV BR A BENAWA,
N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
160 ACRES In Wheler county; will trade
for Omaha property: fine laying, fertile
land. Chrla Boyer, 22nd and Cuming
Pacific II. R. Telegraph Dept.
BARTER AND EXCHANGE
Stock Farm for
I am removing to Omaha and will trade
my fine stock tarm In Southwestern Kan
sas for city property In Omaha.' It con
sists of a half section, well Improved, with
good farm land ami excellent pasture; near
to a good town; Is a fine home and a bar
gain at $9,600. Want to hear from own
ers. Address J. 181 tsee. (ar M7 a
If you have something for sale or trade
write ua; we match everything.
BTKINUKK ft CHILD.
(35 Paxton Block, Omaha.
FOR SALE Shoe shop; best location In
town; nine years in place: goon income.
Will retire from business. J. A. Hurlanek,
Fremont, rseD. (4; Mitt zix
A SAFE INVESTMENT In the corn and
wheat belt of western Nebraska; no down
on each 10-acre tract; no intereet; bal
ance monthly; $30U down on 160 acrea;
balance, ten years, 6 per cent, or orue-
thlrd of crop as payment. Write at once.
Address, Andrew Warner, Harvard, Neb.
FOR SALE Grocery and market business,
$1,800 a month: rent $30, Including 8 living
rooms: modern: stock fixtures. o
will take $2,100 if sold thla week. 2JU
Military Ave., Omaha. (4 M908 6x
CORPORATION selling its products to
railroads and larva manufacturers wants
a rellabl'i man who can Invest $2.5 to
take charge nf the sales department of an
entire stae; salaiy $200 monthly and com
missions: unquestionable references re-
qulrd. 1204 Fort Dearborn Bldg., Chi
cago. (4)-M0 6x
WANTED Information regarding good
business for Bale; not particular about
character, size or location; prefer to deal
with owner. Olve price and full descrlp
tlon. Address L. Darbyshlre, Box 1U02,
, Rochester, N. Y. (4)
THE SELF-LIGHTING matchless match
safe Is the latest, most attractive buM
ness card and cheapest novelty - to ad
vertise any business. Sample 10 cents.
$6 per 1.000. Matchless Match Co., 373
Pearl St., N. T. J4)
WE WANT to hear from men who can
Invest from $25,000 to $50.0iX in a good
land tract of from 5,000 to 6.000 acres of
winter wheat lands In the famous Leth
bridge district of Sunny Southern Al
berta, the home of Alberta red winter
wheat, thousands of acres of which will
yield from 45 to 50 bushels per acre this
year, we nave four tracts as follows
6.602 acres, 6,121 ucres. 6,346 acres and
2. 800 acres, all well located near railroad.
We will make a special price on any
of these tracts. Uood opportunity for
live man to form a small company, take
one of these tracts and sell it out
retail on easy terma at a big profit. Writs
lor further particuiara, pricea, terms
etc., etc. The O. W. Kerr Company, aOJ
Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis. (4
FOR SALE CHEAP-New lumber yard
good country town, northeastern Kansas
money maker; can't see to it, have other
business. Tony Bchroeder, Blendena, Kan
TO TRADE Three new residences In Colo
rado Springs, one In Denver and $60,000 far
for good real estate or business bargain.
Must be clear and bear Investigation.
J, E. Adamson, Hartman, Colo.
(4) 810 6x
BUT Lost Mountain Valley Wheat Lands,
$15 per acre, your nrst crop pays for
your farm. Send for descriptive literature
giving full particuiara. PRICE-TAYLOR
REALTY CO., Bridgeport, Conn.
FREE 33 acres fertile government land I
famous Membres valley furnished every
adult. Write New Mexico Land and Lo-
eating Co., Doming, New Mexico.
(4j m 6x
THE LATE Cecil Rhodes' explanation
how 1.190 pounds made iW,Oio f ree. 7t
Ouray Bldg., Washington, D. C.
LAW6ON S "REMEDY" (?) and other In
vemmeots analysed, dissected and "boile
down" 2c srtamp. or my booklet rent fr.'e,
Mark E. Davis, 10U4 Broadway. Oakland
Cal. () 738 6x
OMAHA manufacturing concern wishe
additional capital to ta!:e care of
rapidly glowing business In which there
la very little rompct li Inn. Excellent op
portunity to make somo money. Address
C 142. care Be. (4) Ml 7
WANTED Mechanical and electrical spe
cialties to manufacture. You may have
an Idea worth millions; don't wait; write
today. The Central Service Co., Canton,
Ohio. (41606 6x
MUST SELL S00 acres, In two tracts,, cen
tral Kansas unimproved grass land, water
and timber $7.M and $12.60 per acre; no
trade. Lock Box 6T1, Wichita, Kan.
(4i 801 6x
THE OIL BOOK will fatten your pocket
book and add to your bank book; tela
how $170 made a million, how California
oil companies pay monthly dividends of
from 2 to 20 per cent one copy mailed
free, postage prepaid, If you write
promptly. Lincoln Mortgage and Ixan
Co., 611 Pacific Bldg., San Francisco, Cal.
(4) m 6x
NICE little manufacturing business; profit
able. Owner has other Interests. Only
M), half caah. O 136, care Bee.
FOR SALE The Chappall hotel, IS
rooma, all furnlahad, good -trade. Ad
dresa H. C. Heming, Chappell, Neb.
$100,000 prim aacuritlea wanted Immediately
for Paria, France. Offering unable to
atand searching investigation and paaa
Ing through criala refrain. Selling Sept
. Proposition. Howell, 11 Weat loJd St.,
New York. (4) 811 6x
STOCK daajl loase recovered. Hav your
loaaea In atork tranaactlona Investigated.
Unleaa wholly regula:', money can r re
covered. No fee unless succeasful. Operate
everywhere.- Creditor Security company,
' 3U Court 8U Brooklyu B'-rough, New York.
(4 J x
SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER
I have $1,250 cash and the inclination, also the
opportunity to go into a business which means an in
come of at least $20,000 a year; no chance to lose out
looks mighty good to me.
But it takes two men to handle this business and
just twice as much money as I have ready to put into it.
As to my standing, integrity and ability, I can fur
nish the best of references and will expect you to do the
I want a partner who does not need to keep his
hands tied to a post to keep them clean, a man straight
enough to stand in a shot-gun, and one whom Nature
did not put a tow-string in the place where back-bone
ought to be.
If you have the money and the qualifications, I
want to talk to you. No "silent partners," dead ones
or has-beens need answer. For interview address, D-143
Wanted Parties with trans
portation sufficient to stock
and operate a stage or automo
bile line between Valentine and
the towns to be located in Tripp
county, So. Dakota. For par
ticulars address at once,
New Book Free
Thla new hand book on PATENTS tells
how to obtain a patent and fully explains
the coat or a patent, aia aiao givea run par
tlcuiars of our special advantageous mclh
oils of business. Glvea each and every alep
fully and clearly. Write at once for r Kfla
O'Meara & Brock, Pat. Attys.
918 F Street, Washington, D. C.
(4) M879 6x
A Splendid Opportunity
A $200,000 company, organised for business,
not stock speculation, owns 7U,(0 acrea of
valuable timber, vegetable, Ivory and alsal
ftber lands; an early dividend payer;
transportation facilities excellent; tele
graph and cable connections; ocean har
bor on property: low freight rates; cheap
labor; healthy climate. You can get In on
the ground floor, tor particulars address
Salarrgo Export Co., 218 LaSalle St., Chi
cago. Bank and commercial agency r.'ler-
ences. (4) 17 bx
DRY GOODS, clothing, mllllnory, notions
and shoe stock for sale in a rapjuly
growing town of the South Platte valley
of eastern Colorado; centrally located In
new store: rent low: Invoice about I'i.bOO
doing a splendid cash buslnts; has been
running only a short tune and Is for
sale only on account of the most urgent
reasons. Will consider a cash sale only.
For full particulars address H. M. Nolle,
Merino, Colo. (41 mwi bx
FOR SALE Furniture, leaae and flxturea
of a hotel in Omaha, $o.000 caah, balance
to suit punhaaer. Inquire Sweeney, 501-2
Karbacn block. (4) V9 tx
We have $100,000.00 cash in first class
modern hotel propoaltlon. Want experi
enced hotel man with $10,000.00 to Join ua
and manage. Boulder Commercial associa
tion, Boulder, Colo. (4) M669 lix
DO you want to Invent your money in a
straight forward, legitimate bualneas
proposition, one that will pa; extraordin
ary go. h1 dividends on capital invested?
This will bear the very closest Investi
gation; no mining or get-rlch-qulck
scheme. Full particulars given on re
quest. C. D. Brenner, Treasurer, Atchi
son, Kan. (4 M3uo 7x
Do Yon Wish to Make a Change
If you have a farm, home, business or
property that you wlali to fcell or ex
change, write us,
Q.LCBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO..
(14J-M781 8ept 21
HUMAN LIFE depends largely opon the
pasteurization of milk In toe homo. Cir
culara und a good bUHlnese prop iplt Ion
free. Write W. R. Thatcher, Osaaloosa,
Iowa. (4) MM 6x
FIFTY new Improved Hllo Penny Peanut
er.dlng Machines; will earn $4j weekly
for you and not Interfere with your other
work; $J.310 yearly profit on GO0 Invest
ment; beware of unscrupulous Imltatora.
Hllo Gum company (Inc.), 1J7 Market St.,
Chicago. (4 M83 fix
FOR SALE Only restaurant In town of hr);
best business town In southern Nebraska.
For a bargain addrt-BS Jones & Burna,
Campbell, Neb. (4) M916 tlx
$3C0 TAKES a half interest In my farm
exchange; young man; big money; need
your help. Box 3i.-i, Ottumwa. la.
STOCK, bond offering, mining, electric, In
dustrial or railway company wanted for
aale; commission basla. Addreua, full par
ticulars. Clientele, P. O. it'S, New York.
HINDS CONSOLIDATED MIXING-We
offer lO.OoO at hi cents. Stock holders in
this company will kindly communicate
with us. Sedley & Vaughan, 32 Hroal
way. New York. (4)-1 6x
TOU ahould know real estate and cimmer
cial law; Itisons mulled free. Addieas
B. F. Nyeewander. Orleana Bldg.. Chi
cago. (4) W 6x
HOW TO FINANCE A BUSINESS EN
TERPRISE clearly ahown by deacrlptlve
booklet No. 9i, which wa forward free.
buaineea Development Co., 117 Naaaau St.,
New York. (4 6o8 6x
DIVIDENDS guaranteed; also your Invest
ment; pay firat dividend within alx
nonths; be flrat for ready money. Square.
J. T. Thompson, Pclfl Bldg.. San Fran
Cisco, Cal ijM 6
TO GET In or out of business call or
GANGESTAD, Room 403 Bee Bldg.
PATENT 8ECVRED OR FEE HE
TURNED Illustrated guide book and list
of inventions wanted, free to any address.
Patents secured by us advertised free lu
World Progress; sample copy free.
Evans, Wllkena & Co.. 0S8 F St., Wash
Ington, D. C. (4)-
WANTED Information. regarding good
patent which wovild be money maker.
Only Inventor, who wishes to sell outright
or on royalty basis; need answer. Give
price and brief description. S. M., Box
W4, Rochester, N. Y (4)
FOR SALE $3,600 penny arende, complete,
perfect condition; $2,(i cash. Address
418 LaFayette Bldg., Waterloo, la.
IF YOU want a business that will pay sev
eral thousand dollars annually, start a
mall order business; by our easy method
any one anywhere can be successful,
MUburn-Hlcks., Chicago. (4) 815 6x
MONEY IN IT Did you ever find clny.
merl, sand, minerals, stone, etc, on your
' property? Send a sample. Trenton Testing
Laboratory Co., 18 S. -Montgomery, Tren
ton, N. J. (4)-812 6x
DRL'G stores for sal everywhere. Knlest,
N. Y. L. Bldg. W-195
FURNITURE lease and fixtures for alo;
a money maker. Hotel Grand, Harting
ton, Neb. (4) M76" 21 x
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A well lo
cated drug store In good town of 1.8-10
population; fine fixtures; beautiful soda
fountain: doing large business. Involco,
$H,1 Will exchange for small farm or
good income property. Must go out of
business on account of Ill-health. For
further particulars, address Lock Box 360,
Rockport, Mo. (4) M7t2 8x
FOR SALE One of the best restaurant
bakery, confectionery and Ice cream busi
nesses In Nebraska; in one of tha best
countyseat towns; business la paying a
net profit of $300 per month. Address,
Y-63, care Bee. (4) M7&4 6X
WANTED A partner In an old estab'
llshed carpenter and manufacturing
business. Address L 133, Bee.
CAPITAL FURNISHED Industrial, man
ufacturlng, mining and railway stock and
bond Issues sold direct to inventors; com
mission bnsls. Samuel Graham & Co.,
selling brokers, Montreal, Can.
(4) MSi7 6x
DWORAK ACCOUNTING COMPANY fur
niah accountants to check up and audit
books or accounts. 'Phone Douglas JOJ,
Nellie G. Bender, china decorator; class
days, Tuesday, Thursdays, Saturdays; fir
ing; plates for prizes a specialty. 50
Ramgo Bldg. (6) M9S5 "x
DR. ROY, R. 2. 1506 Farnam St. Doug. 6497
DAVID COLE Creamery Co.
BAILEY & MACH, $d fir. Paxton. D. 10S5,
CAPT. HAZE, 617 Karbacn. Red 2832.
OMAHA detective agency, 218 S. 15, D. 2166
IN FAMILIES-MIs Sturdy. -Tel. Harney
LADIES' tailor-made suits; summer gowns
and ahlrtwalst suits. Special attention
given to out-of-town customers. 207 Old
Boston Store Bldg. (5 311 S-3
HESS & SWOBODA, 1416 Farnam 8t.
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. D. 12'3,
THE SCHLITZ, European, 16th and Harney
FOR a stay of several weeks or months In
New York the moat dealrable hotel ac
commodations are to be found al the
Hotel Lndlcott, Manhattan square and
81st St. Free from nil objectionable sur
roundings and associations. For particu
lars address James Y. Greene. Manager.
(6) 818 tix
Moving aod Storing.
EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co., office
N. loth St., warehouse 2-0, - izara at.
Masle aad Liufaign.
PRIVATE tutoring In gr
achool work; reasonable
radca and high
C 38. care
TO L O A N-L O W
RATE. In auma to
lull. 310 Bee BMg.
'Phone Doulaa -"xl.
UNION LOAN COMPANY.
WE WILL LOAN
you money on your furniture or piano at a
very low, reasonable rate.
SEE LS FIRST.
OMAHA MORTUAUL LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade. ldtir Si. Entrance.
JOHNSON INS., 416 N. Y. L. Tel. D. 1664.
Dr. Katheryn Nlkolaa, 608 N. Y. L. Bldg.
GOLD, allver, nickel plating. Omaha Plat
tug Co.. 1220 Harney. 'Phone Douglas
25J6 and Independent A-2U& (6 au
OFFICE FURNITI'RE We have a com
plete line of office fixtures, furniture,
stationery, etc. (live u a trial.
ANCHOR Pi BMPH1NU CO.
311 8. 1Mb Bt. Tela Doug. koU. Ind. AX'2.
-,! M'.GI Sept. 18
BEFORE placing your 1900 calendar orrtor
don't fall to see our Imported line. Lyng
stad it Jcrve, printers, ldlh and Capitol
Ave. , (3.1-210
EXPONENTS of good printing. Prompt
and first class work guaranteed.
ANCHOR PLHLISHINU CO.
SIS 8, lath St. Tela. Doug. 5i6L'. Ind. A-iS'12.
(6)-Mfio5 Sept. 18
Shorthand Reporter arnd Kotarr.
F. J. SUTCL1FFE, deposltlona. 6 Bee. Tel.
Snfea, Shattera, Ete.
OMAHA Safe and 'orka, make a
speciality or lire escapes, shutters, doors
and safus. U. Andreen, Prop., 102 S. loth
RAPID SHOE REPAIR CO. First cine
work. lWMi capitoi Ave. 'Phone Red 994.
SHOES repaired right: called for and de
livered free. Biantiarn snoe uepslr Co.,
1804 Farnam St. Tel. Douglas 7H7.
WILLIS C. CROSBT, licensed embalmer
and fuperal director, ibu w. 24tn Bt. Tel.
Webster 47. (6J-7S7 Sa
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Aarenta and Salealadlea.
AGENTS are making $1 to $10 a day selling
our made to order C. Y. C. corsets. The
most comfortable and stylish corset for
stout women. Never In stores. Always
made to fit each Individual. Our line In
cludes bust form and other corsets. Good
profit. Territory exclusive. More partlcu
lars If you write. Wright Formette Co.
IX W. 14th St., New York. (7)
WANTED Flrst-claas saleswomen In
women s cloak and suit departments
also In tnii:lln underwear and waist de
partments. Apply superlntendnt, J. L.
Brandols & Sons. (7) M952 7
WANTED Experienced salewomen In
millinery department. Apply auperin
tendent, J. L. Brandel & Sons.
(7) M953 7
Clerical and Office.
Experienced Stenographer $50. ' ! :
Good Bill Clerk (typewriter) -$40. '
Experienced Bookkeeper $15. ' '
NO FILING FEE.
THE CANO AGENCY. 432 Bee Bldg.
Saleslady (clonks and suits), $18 to $15.
Public stenographer, $20, room and
(Stenographer (insurance), $50.
Billing clerk, $45 to $50.
Six experienced clerks.
CO-OfKRATIVE REFERENCE CO.,
673-75-77 Brandols Bldg.
LADIES Copy letters at home; spare time;
good pay; cash weekly; send stamp. L.
S. Advertising Agency, "11 Cisco Bldg.,
Chicago. (7)-M902 6x
WANTED $5 weekly earned at home Ad
dressing postals for prominent educator;
enclose lio (silver) for particulars. Pres
ident, Pitman School, Toledo.
Factory and Trade.
GIRLS to operate power machines ' and
finisher. Burges Shirt Co. (0 M171
WANTED Milliner' apprentices, makers
and preparers at 204 Paxton Blk. T. W.
Mershelm. ' (7) 694 6
WANTED Millinery apprentices. Arply
Mr. Redmond, uperlntendent, J. L. Bran
dels & Sons. (7j 746 6
WANTED CO experienced hlrt makers.
60 experienced overall makers.
10 experienced duck coat makers.
Apply at once to Byrne & Hummer D. G.
Co. Factory, 9th and Howard Sts.
(7 M759 6
ONE OR TWO good dressmakers wanted;
big money In our proposition. Write for
particulars to LeBlanc & Scheunemann,
Gen'l MUse., Holyoke, Colo.
WANTED Seamstresses In cloak altera.
tlon rooms. Apply superintendent. J.
L. Brandela & Sons. (7) M54 7
LADIES' tailor wanted.
18th and Fnrnam Sts.
Apply J. Jawltz,
Housekeeper and Domestics.
DR. WERTZ, dentist, 6th floor Paxton B'.k.
GOOD cook; references required. M's. L.
8. Crofoot, 122 8.- 39th St. (7)-M712,
COMPETENT GIRL for general housework,
family of four. Tel. Harney 2815 or call
$302 Harney. (7) J92 6
WANTED Girl for
S210 Poppleton Ave.
(7.1 693 9
GOOD housemaid; references required. Mia.
L. A. Crofoot, 122 8 . 39th St. (7) MTU
WANTED Competent girl for small fam
ily; good wages. Mrs. Joe Kelley, 2108
Blliney St. Tel. Webster 8. (71-M713 8
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework In small family. Falary, $5 per
week. 2417 Spalding St. (71-M719 6x
WANTED Housekeeper; S In family; plain
cooking; $4 per week. 2403 N. 19th.
GIRL for general housework; light. 422
Fo. 2fith St. (7)-T43 6x
GIRL for general housework.
GIRL or middle-aged woman for general
housework. 1S19 Davenport. (7) M7C8 7x
COMPETENT, steady girl for general
housework: muil be agreeable to chil
dren;, small family. 25il Bristol St. Tel.
Websker 2414. (7) M7U4
WANTED Dining room girl. Koehler
hotel, Grand Island, Neb. Wages. $18.
Ticket furnished. (7J-M758 7
COMPETENT girl for general hona-work.
1021 So. th Ave. (7) Mii3 fcx
GOOD girl for general housework. 91.1 N.
25th Bt. 'Phone Doug. 3176. (7) 787 7
GIRL for general housework; small fam
ily. 2515 N. 17lh St. Tel. Independent
B-1627. (.') 781
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Mrs. Yt'. E. Bingham, 3521 Georgia Ave.
WANTED flood girl for general house
work. Mrs. Derlght, 2o3 8. 21th Bt.
(7) 781 8
WANTED A girl to assist with hou'e
work, family of two. Inquire at 13 S.
271 h St. , (7-7 0 7x
WANTED Thoroughly competent girl for
general housework; good wages and
small family. Mra. J. D. Foster, I04i
Georgia Ae. Tel. Harney 34K5.
(7) -774 7
WANTED Competent help for general
hourenork; one accustomed to children
preferred; good wages, good home. Mrs.
Joon R. Morris. 34"9 Burl. (7 7.7 7
WANTED Girl for genersl housework;
good Mages; no washing. Apply 710 N.
4th St. (7 79i 7x
WANTED Realdent laundresa; one who
will do wast ing Ironing and ass st In
housework. Apply mornings. Mra. A. D.
Brandela. . (7) M79 6
GIRL for general houaework. Apulv at
54A S. Jth St. Telephone Hnrney ltM.
WANTED A good white girl to do cook
ing In small family; good wagea. Apply
Llautenaul Site an,, No. i. Fort Crook.
(7 U864 8x
llnaeekreprr anl Unseat Ica-Cpafd.
WANTED A good laundre at once ry
the meek; toi d wages, nonm n" ""
at the Creche. 1:4 lf,,
WANTED Competent girl: good wgs;
no wnsi'.ing. i ci nni" j (-) ' p-s g
FIVE girl tn rre sklrtg; ood wage ant
icady work. ZW7 heaven wl,l"7)92 j
ANY Intelligent peraon may earn good In
come corresponding tor newspaper. e
perlence unnrecssnry. . No canvassing.
Send full particular. Pie Syndicate,
Box P4, Lockport, N. Y. Oi"
WANTEPI-adlrs to mk aprons; $S SO
dozen. No cost to get work. Material
sent prepaid. Enclose stamped addressed
envelope. Home Apron and Dreaa Co.,
loa Angelea, Cal. 7 819 6
HELP WANTED MALE
Aaeut anal Solicitor.
WANTED A first clas furnltur iiale
man for Nebraska; none but experienced
mem in that line need apply; a good
opening for a real saiesmnn. Adores
with experience and reiernce, Box 300,
Lincoln, Neb. (9) M708 6
WANTEDCalendar salesmen. - Tha
Whitehead & Hoag Co. desires a first
clas. thoroughly experienced local and
traveling representative for Us now llna
of color art wall atrd desk advertising
calendars. Original, copyrighted de
signs, new Idea and novel feature, ,
Second to none on the market today, i
Application must ,b accompanied by ,
satisfactory reference and full panic
ulars aa to previous experience In this
line. Address The .Whitehead Hoag
Co., Calendar Dept., Newark, N. J.
(9) M769 6
CLOTHING salesman by one of tha leading
stores; young man with experience. Apply
at once staling age, experltiuc and sal
ary expected. Address K 132, car Bee.
(7) M767 6
WE want men to represent us In their own
towna. O.Kd aalesmen preferred. A free
trip to our lands In Oregon and a high
cltiss business Is our offer. Writ tor
particulars. Oregon Realty Unit Co., IIS
17th St., Denver, Colo. (9 M768 fix
WANTED At once, a live state agent for
the highest class medical proposition ever
put on the market. Small capital re
quired. Exclusive right. Fortune to
right man. Address, H-130, Bee office.
(9 M7&1 x
$150 PER MONTH easily made flttlna;
glasses with our testing method. No In
strument. Something new. No experi
ence necessary. Testing method (does the
work. Write for fre particulars. Media
Optical Company, Littleton, N.' C.
SALESMAN Experienced In any line to
sell general trade in Nebraska. An un
excelled specialty proposition. Commis
sions with ib weekly advance for ex
penses. The Continental Jewelry Co.;
Cleveland, O. (9) 42 Ax
SALESMEN to handle line of post-card
to Jobbers only; special propoaltlon; big
money maker. Bay State Art Co., 110
Broad St., Boston, Mass. (!) 831 6x
SELL8 LIKE HOT CAKES-Large profits;
new laundry wax, perfumes clothe with
lasting violet perfume; each agent
granted territory; nothing like It on the
market; free anmpln. Pert umc-Glos Co.,
467 6th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
(!) Mo &x
WANTED Old established hardware Jour
nal with rurnace and tlnshop depart
ments wants live subscription solicitor.
Liberal terms to one who can make good.
Cah devote all or part time. Address
with full details as to past experience
and references. The American Artisan,
366 Dearborn St., Chicago, ill.
AGENTS Portraits, 30 cents; frame, 1
cents; 24S page catalogue and sample roll
actually free; make delivery and collec
tion before paying we credit all honest
agents. Consolidated Portrait Co.,- 290-800
W. Adam St., Chicago. () 824 x
WANTED-rTravellng salesmen, Nebraaka
and Missouri. Prefer men now employed
selling general line. Lederer Bros. & Co..
Chicago. Wholesale Dress Goods, ex
clusively. (9)827 6
CHANCE of a life time. Easily make $8
a day. Sells everywhere. Don t overlook;
thin. Get big' new catalogue and sample
free. Ernest 8upply Co., Dept A. P. O.
Box 912, Denver, Colo. (9) 826 6x
JUST OUT Low priced three-pound mop;
turn crank to wring; clean hands; women
all buy; 150 per cent profit; catalogue
free. U. S. Mop Co., 114 Main St., Lelpslc,
AGENTS everywhere: our proposition glvea
biggest money cn earth and you will aay
so; great new basis; liberal terma. Kay
two Mfg. Co., Rosllndale. Y., Boston,
Mass. (9)-83S 6x
AGENTS $3o0 every month sure selling our
wonderful eight-piece kitchen set; send
for sworn statement of $12 daily profit;
outfit free. Thomas Mfg. Co., 614 Jeffer
son St., Dayton, O. (9 843 6x
OUR household specialty sells on sight;
every order brings repeat orders; write to
day. Keystone Supply Co., Plttston, Pa,
19) 844 6x
60 PER CENT PROFIT TO AGENTS.
Prurnatlc Heel Cushions, 40c per pair.
Pneumatic Ventilating Insoles, 60c per pair.
Every one with feet wants a pair. Ease,
comfort, tired feet. Quick, satisfactory
seller. Agents outfit, samples, prepaid, $1.
Money bRck If not pleased. Write today.
Pneumatic Heel Cushion Co.. Asbury Park,
N- J- ; (9J-842 6x
SOLICITORS Llv men for the country,
can make $30 per week on th side; county
rights If denlred. Address room 723, 56
Fifth Ave., Chicago. (9) 840 6x
WANTED Specialty saleaman familiar
with general atore and drug trade. Orj
capable of earning a good Income. As
soon us ability Is proven will be made
field manager. Good opportunity. Salary
and expenses to start to right parly.
Give age. and experience In first letter.
Box 555. Chlcugo. (91-641 6x
AGENTS milking $5 dally selling new Burg
lar Proof Ventilating Window Ixick; In
stantly applied; no screws. Circular free.
Sample 30c. Security Lock Co., Tiffin, O.
(9) 837 6x
EXPERIENCED Post Card salesmen
wanted for the retail trade. Good aid
llrx-; liberal commissions. Address, Post
Card, P. O. Box 1141, New York.
, (9)-838 (x
SALESMEN For half tone and three color
calender line; reduced pricea; liberal com
missions; strong aide line. Cincinnati
Calender and Novelty Co., 626 Walnut Su,
Cincinnati, O. ) 836 6x
AGENTS wanted everywhere for Heyl
set of fine artists' colors, for studenta,
aciiileinleH. decorators. Heyls color works
were, established 1833. Address, room U0U
No. lo8 Fulton St., New York.
AGENTS M to $100 weekly; campaign
aouvonir; hand out and take th money.
Sell 6c; cost $1.50 per loo. Six aamplo
10 cent. C. O. Lan, 606 Weat 129th St.,
New York. (9) 835 6x
SALESMEN WANTED Sell retail trade;
$75 to $176 per month and expenses, or
commission. Experience unnecenaary. Har
miiigBcn cigar Co., Toledo, O.
AGENTS - STREET MEN "Safety Night
Llghta" prevent asphyxiation, save life,
health, money; greatest eeller on earth.
Thousands of boxes sold dally. Knormou
profits; unique selling plana. Dime bring
ample box (fifty light), prepaid. Par
ticular free. Safety Night Light com
pany, Fordham, New York City.
(9) 8M 6x
AGENTS The lsrgeat line of faat seller,
not obtainable elewhere; (ample and
agents' big catalogue free. Frank B.
Hamilton & Co., Lock Box 818 P. Plqua,
Ohio. (9) 8S16x
AGENTS Ynake $103.50 per month selling
wonderful, elf-sharpening, patented scla-
jors and cutlery. V. E. Glebner sold $3
pairs In three hours, made $13; you can
',:"e ."T. how: ,ree ou,fi- Tlioma.
Mf. Co . 6-4 Fourth St., Dayton, Ohio
THREE good ollcltor foe th Akaarbea
washing taachtaa, rarnam tit.
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