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Want - Ads
Want ads rrlTr at any time, bt
to Inanrc proper classification moat
he presented befr 13 o'clock m.
for the evening, edition fcefora
TiJlO o'clock of nrevlon
mornlnc and fnnday edition. Want
aila -erel-ed after anck boora -111
hare their flrat Insertion nder the
heading; "Too Lata to Classify."
I'aak innat accompany nil ordera for
want ada and ne advertisement 111
1 accepted for leaa than 20 eenta for
Itatea vply " eltber The Dallr or
Al ays count six nordi to a, line.
CASH It ATI? FOR WANT ADS.
ItKGLLAR CLASSIFICATION On
Inaertlon, 1 1-3 eenta per word and 1
reat per word for each aabaeqoeat
laaertloa. . F.nch inaertlon made on
odd days, 11-2 eenta per week, $1.00
per line per month.
Want ada for The Bee may be left
at any of the following dm etoree -one
la oar "corner (druggist" ther
ire all branch affirms for The Bee
nd yor ad will be Inaerted Jaat aa
promptly and oa the lime ratea aa at
the main office In The Bee Ilalldlng,
Seventeenth and Furaain atreeta.
Alboch, V. C, 40th an Farnnm.
Heianck, H. A., 1402 8. K.th Kt.
I'ayton Pharmacy, 720 6. 16th St.
Bnnvott Pharmacy, Benson. Neb.
Hernia Park Pharmacy, KSd and Cuming.
ItlRke-Pradlwh. 2811 Sherman Ave.
- CaiiL'hlln. C. R.. 6th and Fierce Sts.
Clifton Hill Pharmacy. 2213 Military Ave.
Mmterlong Urug Co.,
Crlp Pharmacy, ?4lh and Lake.
Cooney Pharmacy, 8. ltith St.
Cermak, Emil, 12H-C 8. 13rh St. i
Ehler, F; H., )2 Learenwerth.
Koalwr & Arnold!, 13 N. 2rth St.
Freytag, John J., 1914 N. 24th St.
Freifner Dru Co., lami N. 16th St.
Florence Drug- Co., Florence; Neb.
Green'a Pharmacy, Parit Ave. ard Pacific
(Srfer.ough, O. A., 105 8. 10th St.
Oi-eenough, O. A., Tenth and Hickory.
Hayden, William C mo FarnHm St.
Har.acom Park Pharmacy. 1D01 S. 29th Ave.
Hoist, John, ?4 N. ltith St.
Huff, A. I,. 2924 Leav .worth St.
Johansnn Drujr Co.. 24tto and Spalding Sta.
K Inic, H. S., !&fS8 Farnam St.
Kountze Place pharmacy, 8304 N. '!4th.
Marea. Fred L., I01 Central Blvd.
Patrick Dni Co., 1624 N. 24th St.
Lathrop, Charles E., 1324 N. 24th St.
Goldman Pharmacy, 24th and Leaven
Saratoga Pmir Co.; 24th and Ames Ave.
Schaefer'a Cut Price Drug Store, 16th and
Rrhaefnr, Aufrust, 2631 N. lth St '
Schmidt, J.- H.. 24th and Cumlna; Sts.
Walnut Hill Phartnacw, 40th and Cuming;.
Walton rharmacv, 20th and Orace Sta.
Wlrth. O. H., 40th- and Hamilton Sts.
BIRTHS, AJID DEATHS.
Births Tony Smith, rwe North Twenty
fourth, boy; Chaa. Wilson, 1616 Martha,
boy; R. , Roberts.. 4U7 Pierce, girl; Albert
H. Oiiborne. 614 North Twentieth, irtrl; Jake
Koronltaky, 6u3 North Sixteenth, girl; New
ton Jones, 1124 Military avenue, boy;- Nels
Hannn, . Omaha , General hoispltal, boy;
Henry Bockmann, 46yt Itard, boy; Gulaeppe
Zotora, 718 Leavenworth, boy; Joe Uroth,
124 Francis, frlrl.
Deathn Baby Smith. T06 North Twanty
fotirth; Chag. Mlts, 207 North Seventeenth;
Baby Doughty, Fourth, and Bancroft; Baby
Bennett, 610 North Seventeenth; , Peter
Beaver, 416 Pacific, S9; Gilbert Helder, 2621
Harney,, A. ., . ; .
The following were reported yesterday:
Blrtha-iWllllam Tron.' 2S1T South Thirty-second,
boy; David Moylan, 1923 South
Nineteenth, girl; Charles Slmonson, HIS
North Sixteenth, boy.
Deaths Mary Slasburg, 829 South Twen-ty-flret,
8Jr James Batchelor, county hos
pital, 66;' Bahy Early, 1204 Cass; George A.
Freeman. 4H2S North Seventeenth, 6; Patty
Green. 4424 Cuming, S7; Florence Patterson,
217 South Twenty-ninth, 40.
Tha following marrlaga licenses were is
sued yesterday: " '
Name and Renldenoe. Age.
Mark C, Walker, Omaha........ 22
May M. Cajla,han. Omaha, , 21
William a. Brown. Pine View : 24
May H.. Egeman,. Omaha.. 24
Henry Noland, Omaha ,. 21
Bertha Castle, Omaha. 18
John KoderJ South Omaha..... , 28
Antonio Menouaek, Omaha Ja
Johm H. . Nyqulst, Norfolk 25
Annie Laasun, Omaha , 36
AugUHta Prola, Omaha Yt
laresia venano,. Omaha 17
Henry A. McDonnell, Omaha 23
Eihel Ryder, Omaha 23
Joseph A. Proskoccll, Omaha 23
Anna Alaleju, Omaha 22
Domenlco Petriost, Omaha.;.....' 30
v.ormeia imratta, Omaha 27
Edward TUomsen, Cedar Bluffs 23
Eva Giles, Fremont., 21
James Ross, Valley ft
Georgia Williams, Volley 43
THII MEXICAN WHITE SAPPHIRE.
A great discovery. A gem with tha hard.
neks, brilliancy and luster; can't bs de-
teriea irom a genuine diamond. We guar
antee this gem to r-ialn Its beautiful hill.
liancy and suarkls 'ortver. the same as
a genuine diamond, at 1-30 the coat. In
solid gold mountings. Call or write for 11
iuitrated tataloKue. DeLong Jewelry Co.,
BEST CEMENT BLOCKS Id Omaha. All
lengths and wall thickness In stock,
Ouialiu Concrete Stone Co.,
tsth Av. Sahlsr. Estimate given contract
wara. w. ryj.i; artar f p. m.. W, 4231,
TO LOAN LOW
kaik. in auma
tult, 310 Bee U,d
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.UMU.N lAJAni COMPANI.
A. JKTlj, IMS Douglas bL 0 lo,
1LEK GRAND UOTEL
Finest In ' the west
lath and Howard bta.
MAGOAKD Van A- Storage or Omaha
Truii,vaa enorage 10. rack, move,
stoie and hi U. II. goods. U. 144, B.
J. A. KEP.VAN WILL MAKE YOUR
BUJ1.Mfc.lt. eL71. bU-lu vrandcls Bldg.
WKSTKRN DUPLICATING CO., 4"3 Bas
rldg, MuiUgTapneo. lettera. Doug. 3641.
EXI'KKT drainage engineer. Write N
J. McEalliron, 4S New 'ork Life Bldg.
THE TAILORING bustneea of the. late
Joe omn at 1-V3 Farnam, who dlM April
10, will continued by his widow and
children. - ah iianonuge w ill De appreciated.
Can LH)Ug:as J !
Dee ..Hive Cleaning and Dye
Work. ItSO S. 10th St. Tel. Douglas 467.
PATTOVS Sunproof DalaL Jao-a-laa
try ICnauiel. garaluaa Drug Co-. Ik in A
Aaiee.' - ...
PaVIK COL- Craanwrt e .
I'ATTOJJ-BOWMAN 1IDW. CO.
AGKNTH P T. COHBIN BtriLDFRS
HAIIWARkC, CONiHACI'uHS' aTP-
PUI11.A. ' iui Farnam. . -Ueue Doug lul
KH.JKM mtllrd for. and fl!Wrd free.
Sluir4 iuu iie-ii Ctt. lou Barnaul.
Add Blase Etching. Prompt Work. W. R.
BRA MB LETT & CO., 1.111 tiowara. u. n.
REPAIR WORK A grECIALTY. 7- 8.
ICth Phone Douglas 1477.
TOIL'S NINE. NAPANEKS, In their
t..t r at School." at tne Parlor The
ater, commencing ktnjay
EYES EYES EYES
HAVE THEM EXAMINED BY AN
EXPERT OE REPUTATION. I HAVE
BUCrFKSFlLLY TESTED EYES AND
FITTED GLASSES IN EUROPE AND
AMERICA, KECENTI.Y IKINQ MOST
OK THIS WOIIK FOR THJi V UAUN
OIT1CAI, CO. . .
PEE ME NOW. REASONABLE PRTCF.S
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
406 PAXTON BLOCK. DOUGLAS S;i3L
Red bXSS. ma. a-j
-.r.r. nvm fnrt, D.1ifiI Pb
tner J. R. Kennedy. 10 H 1Kb. Uou.uJ.
ntn fr A TT7RK Spoil's Nine Napanees. at
the l'arlor Theater, commencing Sunday.
Iron and Wlr Fencea Cheaper than Wood.
Laat a Lifetime- '
M7 N. 17th Thone Red S14.
TUOS. DURKIN Fower,CCrrthraotonrd
WIRING OLD BUILDINGS A SPEC
IALTY. 2609 Cuming St. Tel. Harney Z44S.
Iron and Wire.
Charnnlnn Fence Co
1.1th A Jackson fits. Tel. D. 1590.
nl n vaiilta emanrr)m arA remnvaa ma.
nure, ashca and all kinds of refuse.
A BURGES3 SHIRT CO.. made
IT IS to order. 616 Karbach Bile.
STOP THOSE HEADACHES
by using glasses fitted by an Pert
optician. August Johnson, with rlta
Sand wall Jewelry Co.. 3d Floor Paxton
J. F. Bloom & Co.,
Moved to new location, corner 17th and
Cuming Sts. 'Phone Doug. 676.
ion teams for r.iirnnrt work on Northern
Pacific H. R., North Dakota, and Milwau
kee R. R., Bouth Dakota. - .
1009 New York Life Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
8. H. Cole Sign Co., D. 876. 1316 Farnam.
JOHN E. HIMOE, shirts. 630 Paxton Block.
tub untie riinviTiiRR CO.. 20 per
cent luss than Omaha prices. 20th and L
TWO changes of vaudeville every week.
Parlor Theater, weat of 14th on Douglaa. -
riAAT 8. ft H. Green Trading Stamps
ttn nrJ and soft coal. People a
Coal Co. Douglaa 1754; Independent A-14W.
B. F. WURN, Optician, 424 . Brandela.
r.nwr. Tr ttttt.i Get Ideas of a prac
tical builder. E. H. Olsen. Tel. Sanson 230.
MT7LTIGRA PH WORK A SPECIALTY.
i. C.-Northrup, "WTEKUUJUHi v
IM Paxton Plk. 'Phune Doug. . os
Cement Blocks laPrsLQ.;co.
Douglas Printing Co. .Tel. Dougla 614.
BARKER BROS. PT. CO.
fiherwln-W Pts.. oil. varnish, glass and
brushes. 1609H Farnam.
Kohen Bros., Carpenters, 1M9 N, 17th. R.S261
Missouri Filters made. sold. 1310 Howard.
Wagons. Repairs Autos and All Kinds of
Machines, litlh and Harney Sts.
1909 Stoddard-Dayton Touring Car,
with top and full equipment; used
but little ' 12.300
1909 Stoddard-Dayton Roadster, with
top and full qulpmenl; used but
little. fine condition 2.000
1907 Stoddard-Dayton Roadster, with ,
top and full equipment, good con
190S Stoddard-Dayton Touring Car, 7-
paMBenter, lull equipment, over
hauled .' 1,600
Waverly Electric, without battery,, 160
With battery : 3oO
Reo Touring Car, 2-cyllnder. 1906
.model ., 400
1907 Stoddard Dayton, with touring car
body and limousine body;- all in
good condition 2,000
DER1GHT AUTOMOBILE CO.,
1&181 Harney St.
FOR HALE 90 H. P. Austin car. newly
Dainted and completely overhauled. Ouua
and closed body, glass front, top, extra
luces; complete set ot 1001s, tire covers.
Cost 6.600 lees than a year and a balf
ago. Will sell at great sacrifice. Address
Arthur felon. Omaiia. Keb.
AUTOMOBILE GOGGLES. 25o to 13.50.
Coluyib.au Optical Co.. M-iil 8. 16th.
OMAHA S - foremost repair house: all
kinds of repairing; when In trouble call
Douglas 7131 or A 2011.
The Paxton Mitchell Co.,
- 231S Harney St
FOR SALE For beat bargains In auto
mobiles, write or call oa Uie
N-BRA8KA-BUICK AUTO CO-UU-lt
SLIGHTLY used, four-cylinder Rambler
automobile, gray in color, splendid condi
tion, no dealers. Address D-Usi, cars Bee.
CALL US for demonstration of Col "30."
Mldweat Auto Co. 19ia and arnam.
WRITE for list automobile bargains.
H. K. FKEURlCKbON AUTO CO., Omaha.
uto Pnintintr ,'MurPh Did it." Get
A UlUllg our prlcei ANDRKW
HLUl'iil tu.N. 1413 Jackson.
EXPERT moAorcycle Blcycyle repair
ing. Omaha Motorcycle Co., ltiro Cap. Ave.
All kinds of broken cylinders, crank case
and earnings promptly repaired. All work
B-Kl'tJCHT MOTOR COMPANY.
Council Bluffs, la.
BARGAINS lB ,. u"d automobile.
U.v.iVXX..io V1U Automobile Co..
101 Farnam Bt
BARGAIN In secondhand cars; over
hauled and repainted; look like new; for
sale regardless ot price; Pres-to-lite tanks
foi sale, (standard Automobile Co., iuH
amain. Tel. Doug. 1IUX.
BUICK car with top, wind shield I
larups complete. .o0. inquire A. lluine.
Uiii Douelas bt. Omaha.
SEND for our list of M-eonri-hsr.d oara.
DEKIGHT AUTUMOH1US CO..
lt14 IVnaiu Nl
FOR SALE 1908 Maxwell automobile
tit); exrellent condition, fu:l niuipmanti
htu-n, t.tia tirs. ii,p lump, tools genrr
alur. ititiiins, etc. '1'hooe Lieut, lltaktll
Fort Omaha. WeLster fx?.). , '
FOR HAI.K or rhanKe. g.M.1 m .l.ircytl,.;
can use iU rilr. ivt liktt tb
AIcNcill-Jewel Realty Company.
Write Us for Bargains.
615 N. 24th. Tel. So. 790. South Omaha.
FOR PALE A good retail lumber yard,
in central Iowa; Investment of Slo.OuO. Ad
dress Y 246, care Bee.
FOGEL & ALTSTADT
TO BUY OR SELL.
S3 Neville Blk. Doug. 1123,
TO GET in or out of business call oa
QANGESTAD. 404 Bee Bldg. Ts D. 3367.
WANT man to take Interest In legitimate
business; big profits; no competition; must
have (2.600 to $3,000. Address. V 172. Bee.
TO GET In or out of business in Omaha.
South Omaha or Council Bluffa, sae Wil
liams, 411 McCague Bldg.. 1Mb and Dodge.
FOR SALE We buy, sell and trade
lands, merchandise and Income property;
i-end description of youf property; no deal
too large. "Opportunities" mailed free. City
Realty Co., Land Brokers. Muskogee, Okl.
TO BUY. SELL OR TRADHJ
See Midland Inv. Co.. 103 McCague Bldg.
CORNER STORE ROOM Where man of
rlpht caliber can make money. T. J. Hook,
11U1 N. 13th St. From 9 to 6.
LAUNDRY To sell or rent: just Installed
in good town. Address, Y-264, Bee.
A LIVE responsible manufacturers'
agent, wanted as Division Sales Manager,
by leading specialty house, handling small,
well advertised line of novel utilities. Ex
ceptionally profitable commission opportun
ity. Address R. 8. Co., Room 1111-160
Broadway,. N. Y. C'lty.
WANTED A buyer for 110,500 vendors
lien notes, first mortgage drawing 8 per
cent and due In five years on partly im
proved patented section of land seven
miles south of Happy, Tex., and half mile
of R. R. switch.
Above section has a new five-room
house,, stable, well and three miles of
fence, and sold for 116.600.
vv 111 -discount the above notes l&w.
Act now. and do not write us unless you
mean business. Address I,. C. Klein Land
Co., Happy, Swisher County, Texas.
FOR SALE Drus- stock: money maker:
small town; good territory; location Oak,
Neb.; reason manager died; don't write;
haven't time; come; first man with the
money gets It. Oak Drug Co., Oak, Neb.
200-ACRE farm within one mile of town
to trade for stock of general merchandise.
H. G. Campbell, Franklin. Neb.
FOR SALE Drua- store, best location in
town, most prospeious farming community
In Nobr8ka. Invoice, fs.000; no dead
stock. Will sell . cheap. For particulars
address. Box 614, Schuyler, Neb.
I HAVE one sTocerv and hardware store.
$2,100. One grocery and meat market for
fit"). These are bargains. If you are look
ing for anything in this line, look me up.
A. W. Bock, 606 Ni 26th St., South Omaha.
H. M. MUNNECKE. collections. 594
DRUG STORE; clean stock; five blocks
to competition, splendid opportunity; good
reasons. Midland Park Pharmacy. Kansas
City, Kan. . ,
FORTUNES made opera ting ."The Circling
Wave," the latest Invention and catclujest
amusement riding device In use. Write for
catalogue , Armltage Gulnn, 12 Mill St,
Sprlngville, N. Y. ,
General. Merchandise Stock
' Between $4,000 and S5.000. In first-class
condition, located In the best town In N.
W. Nebraska: object of sale, settlement
of an estate; no trade accepted. Address
1 2n, care ttee.
DR. ROY, 1505 Farnam St. Douglas 6497.
BAILEY ft MACK, 3d floor, Paxton. D.10SS.
TAFT'S Dental . Rooms. 1617 Douglas St.
MORAND'S, 16th and Harney; lessons
Mon., Frl., 8 p. in.; private daily. D.-1041.
OMAHA Det Agency, 42S Paxton. D. 1313.
CAPT. T. CORMACK, 617 Karbach. D. 3S3
SEWING DONE. 2210 Langdon Court
Dressmaking and plain sewing. D. 4432,
M. SKLECOW, 2902 Farnam. Harney 2017.
MISS STURDY. t70S Farnam. Tel. H. 4671
INFANTS' layettes, hand-made; also em
broidery and tatting. 649 6. 26th Ave. Red
EVERYTHING FOR WOMEN
SANITARY HAIRDRESSING PARLORS.
Switches Made from Combings, $1.60.
C01 Paxton Blk. 'Phone Doug. 4071.
E. P. BRUCE Mollne Pianos. 413 McCague.
A NINE-PEOPLE SHOW at the 'Parlor
Theater. (The largest show for the smallest
admission. Commencing bunaay.
AUlCO. 11 win fimr sc. vur pnove
on hits, willow plumes, fancy feathers,
flowers, frames, braids, etc. PEN NELL,
1" . ...! k2 r kartnnil f lnrk
and have a luugh. Parlor Theater, west
of 14th on Douglas.
Dress Pleatings, Buttons Coverol
All sixes and styles. Ideal Pleating Co., t'Jt
Douglaa Blk. liotn pnones
ARSENIC and IRON complexion wafers
makes clear, white skin. By mail 60o and
$1.00. Sherman ft McConuell - Drug Co.,
THE FRENCH WAY 2hr.rn.5
Ladles' clothes beautifully dry cleaned.
CHINA decorating; order work a special,
ty. Lessons Tuesday. Thursday and Satur.
dava. Firing dally. Chlldien's clashes Sat.
urday :norni.ig. - Mrs. C. C. Huugute, H94
Brandets JJing. Jei. itea wt.
WHITMAN'S fussy package for fastldl
ous people, ft. Add 20c If mailed. Melcher-
Bchmldt Drug Co.. l.th and Farnam.
WE frame pictures at reasonable prices.
Barker Bros. PL Co.
WTKONA Kcsmless hosiery fit better
y lixUii A. amj r longer than any
other hose. bn lies limg. iougia 4oJ7.
FOX Ladles' tailoring, latest styles sat
isfactory flU 2921 Leavenworth St 11. 8U. -
SWITCH EM. from combing. $1.60.
Go we, K'2 N. lfth, South Omaha.
, MOSHER-LA M 'MAN BUSINESS
Unexcelled rourse in business, short
band, penmanship and EnglUla. None but
xperlenced teachers. Day and evening
sekklons. Most Interesting catalogue pub.
lulled lu Omaha bend for 010 today.
MOM1KK ft LAMPMAN.
; ' awuuutli au taiu-iu Ola.
ST. ANDREWS SCHOOL
FOR BOxS 41HT AND CHARLES,
pev. F. D Tyner. 3K4 Charles. Harney tSSS.
EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN
WARRANTED Garden Hose. lOo a foot.
at Dunnlng'a. 1612 Harney St.
WARRANTED 4-knlfe. ball-bearing
mowers, $6.00, at Dunnlng'a, 1012 Harney.
Ppnnavluani'n lswn mowers at
lennsjivania nunnlngs, 16U Harney.
' , i . n it x r. l.t KJJ I 1 Tul n' 'C1 11., avm m
foot at Dunnlng's, 161J Harney St.
tXT A 1 -T,n . IIAOl. .Art
Patronize Home Nursory
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE! LINE
OF NURSERT STOCK IN THE CITY.
Sales Grounds, 19th and Douglas
Phone Douglas or Douglas 441a.
M. P. BYRD NURSERY CO
Nurseries North Omaha.
TRlTTTQ nd plants that grow. F. W.
-xvuxjo Meneray. Crescent Nursery Co..
Omaha yard, (1st and Farnam Sts. Phone
FItTTTTTREES AND SHRUBS, a general
line of nursev stock. Benson-
Omaha Nursev. Benson. Neb. Tel. Benson
FURNACES AND REPAIRS
GAS stoves cleaned and renalred: Caro
line repairs; water fronts; new furnacea
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS.
Both 'Phones. 1206-1208 Douglaa St
BENNETT'S Flower Dpt. E. store entr'oe.
HESS ft SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam St.
J. H. BATH. 162S Harney. Douglas 8000.
A. DONAGHUE, 1607 Far. D. 100J: A-IOOL
BRANDEI3 CUT FLOWERS DFPT.
T o xr IT rnv pAttnnll nlff- 1 ? lartf.
est greenhouse In west; beautiful flowers
tor any occasion emppea anywnere in u. o.
L. Henderson, 1513 Farnam St Doug. 1268.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Clerical and Office. .
STENOGRAPHER, real estate, $76. ,
CHECKER, hotel, $35 and board.
TYPEWRITER, operator, $S0.
CO-OPEKAT1 YE KEFERENC CO.,
675 Brandela Bldg. ;
; WANTED Young lady stenographer. Ap
nly Immediately.' - '
COMMERCIAL .CLKARING HOUSE CO.,
r. t '.i -.i-HUn i t - '. ,
WANTED HsJid-lioners. steady work,
good pay. Kimball Laundry, Fifteenth
GIRLS experienced on power sewing ma
chines. Apply C W. Reynolds. 1008 Jack
son St i ' .f -"'
WANTED Experienced cutter and fitter
on all kinds of ladles garments. Good
wages to first class woman. R. Y. Hobnon,
1023 Capitol Ave. 'Phones R. 3927, A-S827.
GIRLS wanted to learn hair dressing,
prices reasonable. . Oppenhelm parlors, tli
WANTED 10 experienced dressmakers.
None but experienced need apply. R. Y.
Hobson, 1023 Capitol Ave. Red SU27, A-3927.
Iroaackeepers si Domesttee.
FURNISHED rooms; one block from car
ne; reasonable ,trice. 2711 S. 23d.
A COMPETENfeirl for general house
work. Apply 1 S, S6th St Tel. Harney 486.
WANTED A yojing woman for general
housework and cooking; small family; ho
laundry; good waps- Address A. P. Clif
ton, Fort Omaha. 'Phone Webster 6253.
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework in small family; good wagos.
$19 N. 41st Ave. Phone Harney 1680.
SIX housekeepers.. . Canadian Office
16th and Dodge.
WANTED A competent girl to cook and
assist with housework; no lauudry work.
Mrs. R. C. Howe,, 114 So. 33rd.
WANTE At onfce; girl for housework;
only three In family; good wages. Mrs.
Thomas W. Haxen, 2724 Spalding St.' Phone
Webster 3203. .
rVkMPF'.TtfTSJ'P o-irl for general hniis
work; small family; good wages. Mrs. R.
S. Anglin, 101 South 33th St. ' .
WANTED A nurse girl. Z'19 Webster.
Phone Harney 63U j
WANTED Girl for general housework;
three In family. 2)63 Poppleton Ave, Tel.
Harney 21S3. ,
GIRL for general housework; good home
and steady place; good wages. 18ul Park
COMPETENT cook. Apply 200 B. S2d Ave.
or telephone Harney SO-
WANTED Girl for general housework.
No washing. 401 B. 38th St
WANTED An ' experienced cook, also
laundress. Mrs. W. J. Hynes, 3S16 Harney,
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework In family of two. 2614 So. 10th.
GOOD girl for general housework, $4 per
week. Mrs. Coi'-daruy, 1325 So. SOU) St
WANTED Girl... Cull at Dedf Institute.
WANTED A woman for, washing and
second girl. 'Mil Jackson.
WANTED A compe ent second gl 1. Mrs.
John L. Webster, 618 S. 26th Ave.
OIRL to assist with housework. 2213
GIRL to assist with housework and csre
of children. 1514 Castellar St. Tel. Iled
6404. - .
GOOD girl for general housework. Mrs.
I.ee Herdinan, 3504 Harney St. Tel Harney
900. . .
WANTEDA young girl to assist with
general housework. 659 So. 2tith Ave.
GIRL to assist with housework: no wash
ing or cooking; good wages. 10 N. ,18th.
WANTED .Threap chambermaids, Millard
WANTED-An experienced cook; S3S per
month. Apply at 1 Park Ave.
COMPETENT girl for general housework;
no laundry; wages. $6. 108 8. Sd.
OOOD home and $5.00 a week to gtrl who
ran do general housework. Two In family.
2101 Wilt street.
WANTED A girl to help with general
housework ; highest wages paid; call at
once. 2L27 Douglas.
OOOD girl for housework. 103) S. S5th
Ave. Telephone Harney ziu.
EXPERIENCED cook, small fan.'ly, good
wages d no . waxl.lng Mrs. W. J,
Hynes, 3Ma Harney. Tel. Harney 1760.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
fioaaekeepers aad Domestics
LADIES wanted to take work home, ap
plying transfers, $1 to $4 dozen; original;
reliable firm; work guaranteed. Triebcr's,
1201 Farnam St
GOOD girl for general housework, $5.00 a
week; no washing. Tel. Douglas 3000. 2213
WANTED A good second girl; small
family; highest wages paid. 306 S. SSth St.
OOOD girl to assist with housework.
Chaa. Thompson, 2444 Tompleton. Web.
LAUNDRESS, for Monrtavs preferred.
Apply at once. Wm. Moncrieff, 113 8. 36th
St. Tel. Harnry 4420.
GOOD girl or woman for light house
work: rnn il waff-aa whlu nr enlnred. 1662
N. lKth St.
A GIRL for general housework; I In
family wages, $6 per week. 1629 S. 26th St
WANTED A white washerwoman to
work by the honr. 1916 Charles.
GIRL for general housework. 3002 Dodge
St. Tel.1 Harney 1419.
WANTED Immediately, a good compe
tent girl for general housework. 625 N. 41st
GIRL for general housework; good
wages; apply at once. 614 S. 10th St.
GIRL for general housework; one who
can cook. Tel. Harney 841 or address 1120
S. 28th St.
' WANTED Experienced girl or middle
aged woman for general housework. Mrs.
It Hix, 3304 N. 24th St.
GIRL to assist with housework; one who
likes small children. IV" Corby St Tel.
GIRL for genera housework; small fam
ily; good. 132 8. 80th Ave.
GIRL for general housework; no laundry
work. Mrs. A. O. Peterson, 3313 Cuming St.
GIRL to assist with housework and help
take care of one child; good wages. Phone
Harney 4745 or call at 120 8. 34th St.
GIRL for general housework; three In
family; $5 a week. 2023 Wirt St.
GIRL or middle aged woman for general
housework. 2113 Maple St
WANTED A good laundress for Monday
or Tuesday. Tel. Webster 646 or call 2416
A GIRL for general housework. Mrs. J.
P. O'Keefe, 3626 Davenport Bt
YOUNG girl to do light housework and
assist with care of children; good home
for high school student. Tel. Harney 1734.
3902 Cass St
WANTED A good washerwoman to take
washing home. Harney 1636. 8611 Jones St
LADY WANTED To do plain Cooking.
Apply at 1908 Farnam,
OIRL or woman for general housework;
experience not necessary. (002 Dodge St
GOOD girl for general housework. Family
of three. 1622 Lothrop St. Tel. Web. 976.
WANTED A cook. Mrs. Harold Glfford,
420 S. 36th St. Tel. Harney 844.
GIRL for general housework at 1524 N.
40th St ..Tel. Harney 822.
A GOOD, neat girl to assist with house
work; small family; good wages, i 4940 Un
derwood Ave. Dundee car, , t , , .
WANTED Good girl to learn general
housework. 2919 N. . 20th. 'Phone Webster
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Mrs. A. B. Loquith. 2017 Spencer St ,
GOOD girl for general housework. Good
place, good wages. Apply Dr. Hostetter,
808 S. 20th St. ...
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
312 N. 39th St Tel. Harney 3031. ,
WASHERWOMAN for Monday mornings.
Inquire 621 S. 21st Ave.
GIRL for general housework; no laundry
work; $6 a week. Mrs. Ben Cotton, 601 S.
WANTED Girl for general housework,
Dundee; good wages. 6106 California St
'Phone Harney 261.
WANTED Housekeeper; on farm; In a
Chrlwtian, sober family of 4; good wages
and steady employment Route 2, Box 65,
Columbus, Neb. -
WANTED Girl attending high school, to
assist In care of child. Mrs. Wm. B. Clark,
LEARN HAIRDRitSSINO-It pay. To.
can earn $15 to $25 weekly. Full course
taught J. I. Brandela. Halrdreaslng Dapt
PUPIL NURSES wanted at Douglas
County Hospital, 40th and Poppleton. Ad
dress Mabel Christie.
WE can take you out of your shortage of
laughs in this world. Everyone laughs at
the Parlor Theater, west of 14tli on Doug
TEARS will come to your eyes after the
laughs are abstracted by our company of 9
vaudeville artists. Parlor Theater,
HELP WANTED MALE
Agents, Solicitors end Salesmen. ,
TWO men to work from rig and solicit;
good pay. C. F. ADAMS, 623 8. 16th St.
SALESMAN wanted to sell "The Best
Ever," Lady Washington Hulled Beans with
chicken. Galehouse Packing Co., Seattle,
START LOCAL, ACCIDENT INSUR
ANCE AGENCY THAT WILL. PAY lOU
$15 TO $40 WEEKLY. UNUSUAL OPPOR
TUNITY OFFERED. GOOD PAY AT
START AND RAPID 1NCRKAKM TO
WORKER. ADDKilS 1 OH PARTICU
LAR. HOME CASUALTY CO.,
WANTED A solicitor with horse and
buggy to drive through the country and
solicit subscriptions. Call and see circu
lation manager. The Bee Publishing Co.
AGENTS New specialty, good seller,
good money. Write today. Bartlstt Supply
Co.. 411 Brown Blk.. Omaha. Nen.
WANTED: 10 good salesmen Immedi
ately on educational proposition, small
salary and good commission. Commence
work at once and will be steady traveling
for six months at least. Unmarried men
best. Sulary and commission will be bet
ter than $126 per month. You must be a
hustler, willing to work hard, and be
able to submit the highest references and
furnish surety bond.
BESIDES BRING A OOOD SALESMAN
PREFER MEN QUALIFIED AS
PRINCIPALS OF BCIKXHJ.
FIHHT GRADE TKAP1IKK8 (male).
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES (over 22).
BI'HINKHtf COLLEGE GRADUATES.
REMEMBER YOU MUST BE A SALES
MAN. Read this ad carefully. It Is not play
but hard work we want. If you can qual
ify and are willing to travel continuously
for alx months making small towns ste
Mr. A. C. Hoff, Hotel Rome, Tuesday
night T to p. m.
AGENTS everywhere; send three dollsrt
for three sample equalisers, retail, for
three dollars on. J00 per cent profit N
competition; easily applied, full directions.
The hardest working pumps work muty.
Wind mills work easily and noiselessly wlltt
sliKhteat wind. Great money mkr. Write
today, now. Equaliser Matiufxoturlag
Company, HA Bee Juoildiug, w'usoa.
HELP WANTED MALE
Agents and Salesmen Con tinned.
EXPERIENCED colUctor r-r house fur
nishing IA; state experience and reference
Address H 4,t. Be.
AN energetic young man as manager of
lalesmen; $36 week. 612 Ware Blk.
TWO bright, energetic young men for
permanent city positions. Apply 611 Ware
WANTED Newspaper solicitors. Call or
write Twentieth Century Farmer. 603 Bee
Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
WE positively have the fastest selling
household patent on tho market. Woolfar
Ine Co., Pittsburg, Pa.
GROCERY SALESMEN WANTED For
one of the biggest groceries In Omaha;
only experienced men who know the busi
ness thoroughly need apply. Apply, giving
age, experience, salary expected. Address
F 242. Bee.
WANTED A oy. Apv.r Bes Composing
WANTED Boys for fsctory work; clean,
ght work; good pay. Omaha Box Co.,
Clerical and Office.
BOOKKEEPER and ass't manager, $100.
OFFICE MANAGER, $1,200 to $l,ftn0.
FOUR OFFICE CLERKS. $50 to $00.
NIGHT WATCHMAN, $40.
TWO SHIPPING CUiRKS, $fi0.
EIGHT STENOGRAPHERS, 146 to $75.
SALESMAN, "real estate. $1,200.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.,
673-76-77 Brandela Bldg.
WANTED First clans, bill clerk. Cudahy
Packing Co., 14th and Jones.
OUR BUSINESS Is to get you next to
a good position. Call and look over our
complete list ... .
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.
673-76-77 Brandels Bldg.
WANTED Bookkeeper for retail trade;
must have experience; state age, salary
and reference in application. Address F
224. Bee. ,
HOTEL clerk, $40 per month; board and
COMMERCIAL CLEARING HOUSE CO.,
413 Bee Bldg.
aatrjr ana Trade.
WANTED Top trimmers. Apply E. W.
Reynolds Manufacturing Co., lOug Jackson.
WANTED All around man at onoe. A.
Jensen, 808 W. Uth St, Columbus, Neb.
WANTED Carver automatic die press
operator, two machines, permanent situa
tion and good salary to steady, reliable
party. Give references. The Thos. D. Mur
phy Co., Red Oak. Ia.
WANTED A good man to oversee laun
dry. Must give good reference. Address
Y 163, care of Bee.
Drug stores t snaps), jobs. Knlest, Bee Bldg.
WANTED A watchmaker, to come to"
this town and start in business; good town.
Address Y 204, care Bee. . .
W i MTlrTP" enrnentem ne ienalra
machine blacksmith. - Apply Cudahy Pack
ing Co., South Omaha. , "
WANTED Compositor; lady or man. In
J rood office, who can assist with ads and
ob work; $10 per week. Review, Elgin.
ANYONE, ANTWHERB, can gtart a
profitable mall,, order business at home
evenings. Send ' for particulars. Heaoock,
739, Lookport N. Y.
' COME and see our large stock of fancy
laughs. Parlor Theater, 1408 Douglas.
WANTED A Janitor In office building.
Must have experience In this work and
furnish first-class local references; must
live in the building; room, heat and light
furnished. A ' good position for the right
man. Apply 407 Brown Blk-
TT) Hf IT "NT THE OLD RELI
I K il rM ABLE, 109 IS. lbth,
Suits to Order,
MEN wanted for railway mall. Internal
revenue, postofflce examinations. Writs for
examination schedule. Preparation free.
Franklin Institute, Dept. U0N, Roche tar,
WANTED Young man, on who under
stands dry goods preferable; one who has
had experience In wholesale house. Must
have references. . Orkln de Levitt, Sioux
MEN wanted. B. W. Reynold, loot Jack
WANTED A gentleman for state organ
iser for the Loyal Order of Moose, the lead
ing fraternal and beneficial order of U. S.;
permanent, $6,0u0 per year. Call Room 607H
Paxton Block. 'Phone 8008.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
few weeka required; splendid trade for poor
man; be your own boss; can start shop
with small capital, or work $12 to $20
weekly; good demand for barbers; further
Information free. Moler Barber College, 110
S. 14th St, Omaha.
WANTED To hire broken land planted
to corn, 40 acres at Fort Calhoun, Neb. Dr.
Ross, Phone Web. 1192.
FIRST-CLASS rate and claim man for
large coal firm; one familiar with Omaha
railroad offices preferred; good chance for
right party; references required. Address
G 243. Bee.
WANTED Laborers. Omaha Water Co.,
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
Horse and Vealele.
ALFALFA hay. Wagner. $01 N. Hth.
HORSES for sale. 14US Cap. Av. D. ltdO.
LET Frost fix that wagon. 714 S. 14th.
BUGGIES, surrles. stanhope, runabouts,
high class work, for sal cheap, till Far-nam.
The Bee gained 39 in paid
want ads the last seven days over
the same time a year ago. (
All 'elaeaeg watch for tbieie. little treanures. , . .
ETrytoly reada them. .
Ererybody them grow.
Tbey aell what you don't care for, and find the things
that you wish for, and perform a thousand and one service
that you can't do yourself. . .,; -
A 30c ad in The Bee sold tro1 farms lift wee
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE v
Horace and Vehicles Continued.
DELIVERY WAGONS Heavy learning,
gear and farm wagons. 1117 Farnam St v
ONE high grade pneumatic tire bike' fJH i
3519 Jackson. Tel. 11. 2423.
WILL sell cheap gsllcd saddler, BIm
Ribbon, 8 years old; thoroimhlv train 9
drive double or single. Add rear. W.
L. Taylor, 435 No, 25th St., Lincoln. Neb.
FOR SALE Horse. $ harnecs, buggy -and
spring wagon. 2111 J St., So. Omaha.
FOR SALE Young mnr, good driver
nnd gentle. 3024 Km met St.
Cows, Birds, Dobs and Pets.
FOR SALE So shoats and sows. Tel.
LOST AND FOUND :
LOST A lady's open-fared, Ttomati lilI -Elgin
watch, monogram M. A. L.; fjlsti . ;j
watch pin, with green stone. -. Adesa
Mellradlst Hospital. Reward.
NOTHING but decency on our Mtage. ,9
west of 14th on Douglas. Parlor Theater.
LOST White English bulldog; one brown
spot on head and on hip; collar No. 17HI.
Liberal reward. Douglas 23i2. Harney hftti. -
A SMALL purse containing ladles' gold v.'
watch at Riishlng'a hall last Friday night. 'J
Call Red 61IS4. Reward. .m;-
. , - , i . . t ... M
LOST South of Millard. Neb., Set of
7Ii.7ni, mu phaln. 3'v'iU. A r,r!1 It fpnm
automobile; return to this offlco and',ra&M
If party who took overcoat by mistake
from Logan A Bryan's office Monday will .--return
the same before Wednesday 'noorn i
the above reward will be paid and no quea-i m
IF you are short on laughs go to the i A
Parlor Theater, west of 14th on Douglas. siicU
,. i i
DR. W. C. MAXWELL ....
624 Bee Bldg.
Has cured hundreds of the most prom
inent people In Omaha and all parts of
the U. 8. of P1I.E3 and J'WfUbA.wunom
an operation. No pain, tel. D14U, !(..
Murray, hotel. . .
AVERAGE TIME TO, CURE. . . '.
Rupture, one visit. Piles and. Fistula,..!
days. Cancer, Catarrti. Rheumatism and
Gout, 30 days. Goiter and Blood Poraon, etc.,
80 days. No knife, blood or pain. Sea how
quickly and easily these cures are pussibli
when you become fully informed concern
ing our new-methods, write lor free doom.
GERMAN DOCTORS, Corner 'Main and
uroaaway, council liiuns, iv ; . 4
FREE medical and surgical treatment at a
Crelghton Medical college. 14th and Davenmt9-t
port Sts.; special attention paid to con-
flnement cases; all treatment , supervised 7
by college professors. -Phon Douglas 117. ."
Calls answered day or night, - ' ...j
BEST nerv 'bracer for man. QryTi Nsrv I
Food Plils, $1 a box, postpaid, bhermaa 4s ' ;
McOonnell Drug Co., Omaha.-
DRS.-8TIVERS & STIVERtK n ,n, ,,
Formerly the Radium' Medical and Surgl. ,! -cal
Institute, now suite 8, Patterson Block,
All chronic diseases for men and women.
Consultation land examination free. We giy
the radium treatment .' ' .
' ' . 1 .. ! ; f H
MONEY TO LOAN
ALARY AKP CUATTBLI,
Notice to the Publio ' ' f
No More High Rates
$10 to $1,000 - ' j
LOANED ON " " . , 2
BOTJSTtWOLD FURNITURE. I
PIANOS AND BAJLAiUEa.
THIS IS A NEW FIRM J ' 1 -Organised
by the REPUTABLE BUSI
NESS MEN of this city to protect
honest working people In need ot
temporary tielp from .he extortionate
charges of lb so-ealld loan .com
panies. We will loan you all the
money you want and charge you only
10 pr cent a year.
THIS MEANS YOTJ PAY
. 1 1.00 Interest on $ 10 for 1 year.
$.60 Interest on , 26 for 1 year. :
U.M Interest on 100 for 1 year. ,
and all other sums In proportion. Easy
Weekly or Monthly Payments. Reason
able Appraisement Charges,
A glanoc at the above rates wilt con-"
rlnee you how much you save by
dealing with us.
ISO tu lAru i. s
Money In your pocket within aa ' f
tour. , . ..
Independent Loan. Co- !
ROOM 204 WITHNELL BLDO.. I
Phon Doug. 6646. th and. liarney. 3
II r n i v a i lu ufn I
II $10 UPWARDS
t$ Oa FURNITURE and PIANOS In US
If also to tnose noiaing
A Modern Firm.
With a Modern Purpos.
LOOK AT OUR RATES!
CAN YOU BEAT THEMf
$ Pays Principal and Interest.
H No Other Charges.
$26-6 PAYMENTS OF $4.M
1JO e . o.
$40-6 " $7.60
payable weekly or monthly.
Other sums in proportion.
This company Is backed by men
with unlimited capital, for the' pur
pos ot helping thus In need of tem
OUK PURPOSE 18
To make loans to those who cannot
afford to psy high rates. W will
pay off high rate companies and ad
vance you more money at less ooet
than you are now paying.
OMllli VINANCIAL CO..
601 Brown Blk., Opp. uranaeie.
Phniui: DoukIss 20HC; led. A-20M. If
Furniture loans; private. 4 Patterson blk,