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THE NEW HOBSON.
Claude Eclalre, tlie hero of three conti
nents, la now suffering the penalties of
fame. The Cuban girls, remembering
the fate of Hobson. ruth unanimously to
kiss our hero. Wether they do this to
foil Desmond or 'to baffle Claude we can
not tell. All we know la that our hero
is being generously recognlzed-f
. Want ads received at any time, but
to insure proper classification must
be presented before 12 o'clock ui. for
tbe evening edition and before 7:30
p. in. for morning and Sunday edU
tions. Want ads received after such
bows will have their first insertion
under tbe' beading "Too Late to
Classify.", , 1 . ,
CASH RATEsToR WANT ADS.
Insertion 1M cents per word and 1
cent per word for each subsequent
consecutive insertion. Each inser
tion made on odd days.lH cent per
word; f 1.50 per line per month
when ad is run without change of
DEATHS AND FUNERAL NOTICES.
WALLACE Mrs. Margaret, aged 35
Funeral from family .residence. Batur
day morning, June 15, at 8:30. to Bt
Peter's church at . Interment Holy
' Sepulchre cemtery.
CABD OF THANKS.
We desire to thank our many friends
for the kindness and sympathy txtended
to us during the Illness and death or our
dearly beloved husband and father and
also for the many beautiful floral
tributes. Mrs. J. H. Savage and Daugh
ters. M.lItRIAGE LICENSES.
The following , marriage licenses were
v.n,. an4 Residence. Age.
Alvtn F. Uloom, Omaha 27
.Irene M. 'Tetard, Omaha .....24
Roscoe C. Lusley, Omaha 23
Elite M, McRay. Danville, 111 28
David Clartaon. Alta, la .....63
. Stella Pensn. Alt, la 85
Edward J. Aapogren, Saronville, Neb.. 28
Itosle Lovgven. Harvard. Neb 20
Benjamin H'. Barker, Scribner, Neb... .21
Hazel Butterfleld, Scribner, Neb ...19
Edgar R. Powers, Lincoln 20
lnes Young,, Lincoln 23
Alonzo H. Arnold, Omaha 26
. Frederick J. .Wunratn. Omaha 23
George F. BaVley, Council Bluffs 38
Nettie Perrinr, Council Bluffs 40
Phillip H. ooli'.eh, Ames. la.... '.....22
' Sara Agnskee, Omaha 20
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
'Births I. M. and Florence Dawson, hos
pitsl, girl; Charles L. and Delia Uould,
Poppleton. girl; Ward and Ida Lewis,
Fourteenth and Boulevard, girl; Fred and
Freda Othner, 424 Nortn Thirty-ninth,
boy; C. A. and Esther Rowtn. 312b Miami,
girl; W. G and Iola Kicnardo, 2908 Mason,
boy; Michael and Katie ShuBter. 202i
Rees, girl; Joseph L. and Viola Vest, 47
JJorth Thirty-seventh, girl.
" Deaths-Elisabeth Kuster, 43 years, 328
Omaha Fireproof Storage company, 80S
to 818 South Sixteenth street, fireproof
warehouse, 190,000; M. J. Driscoll, 2207
Taylor street, frame dwelling, $1.5tf; Jonn
C. Canard. Forty-sixth and Burdette,
frame dwelling, $1,600; the Scotusn uj
Cathedral asbociation. Twentieth ana
Douglas, stone building, $150,000; I. N.
Wright, 1510 South Twenty-fourth street,
frame dwelling, $2,600; Ellen J. Adams,
S12 North Nineteenth street, brick dwell
ing, $6,000. . ,
Agents and Saleswomen.
WANTED Lady agents to Introduce a
toilet article of great merit, something
new. Absolutely necessity. Every. w.omau
will buy. Easily earn $15 to $2' Weekly,
Exclusive territory. Act quick. Stearns
itoiiinstiead Co., Portland, Oregon.
WANTED Lady canvassing agents to
take order tor Made-to-Oraer .corsets,
bt. Louis Corset Co., St. Louis. Mo.
Clerical aud Office.
S cashiers who have had experience.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO..
1015-1 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Hoaaekeepera uud iiuineatlca.
THE SERVANT GIRL' PROBLEM
SOLVED The Bee will run a Servant
Oirl Wanted Ad FREE until you get the
desired results. This applies to resident
ot Omaha, bout a Omana and Council
felutfs. bring your ad to The Bee otnco
ui- telephone Tyler, 1UU0.
A GOOD girl, Danish or Swedish pre
ferred; good wages. 2562 St. Mary's Ave.
WANTED A school girl, colored pre'
ferred, to assist with general housework
during vacation. 53 So. 29th St.
GIRL tor general housework.
Sturtevant. 1U bo. 36th fit.
w ANTE1 Experienced white cook,
alto second girl. Phone Benson lis.
Mrs. A. L. REED.
WANTED Cempetent nurse for child;
references required. 2u2 bo. 37th tit. lei.
PllMDrT IT VT 0-lrl 1 rr obramiI 1i.iiu.
.work. Mrs. Hall, 412 N. &ta bt. Phone
harney 5865, B-2755.
WANTED girt or middle aged woman
for general housework. Apply 2123 Cass.
WANTED young girl for houseworK.
No cooking. Apply forenoon, 1135 So.
29 St .
WANTED A competent second mala:
.. references required. Apply 20 6. 324
WANTED Experienced white girl for
general housework; family ot two. 1549
b. 29th St. Phone Harney 1939.
' WANTED Good girl for general house
work. Mrs. B. E. McCague, 4246 Farnam.
Tel. Harney 3272.
GIRL for general housework. Mrs.
Hadra. 313 S. 29th Ave. Tel. Harney
WANTED Girl . or middle-aged woman
for general housework; one in need of a
good home: small family; one who can
go home nights preferred. Call at once.
FROM THE FORT.
Desperate Desmond, the International
crook, Is now penned in by the soldiers,
who see' the International hero being
kissed by their sweethearts. The sight
is a little too much tor the hot blood of
the soldiers, who forget the services that
Claude Eclalre has rendered to the cause
of liberty for Cuba and other countries.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Housekeepers and loutlic.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Tel. Webster 2752.
WANTED At once, girl for general
housework; family of three. Phone Har
ney J08, Independent B-282L
GIRL for general housework. Phone
WANTED A good girl for general
housework at once. Tel. Harney 2110 or
residence at 3509 Howard Bt
GIRL to learn hairdrasslng. Oppen
heim Parlors, 2d floor. City Nat. Hank.
WANTED Cashier for railroad dining
house; $25 month, board and room. Ad
dress J. R. Chambers, Long Pine, Neb,.
care or rxoruiwestern
V I 1 1 ' V 11 tt'fimun fnmlnir tA limn ha A
strangers are invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association buildlnj,
at St. Mary's Ave., and 17ih. St., where
they will be directed, to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look toi
our travelers' guide at the Union station.
HELP WANTED MALE
Agents, Salesmen and solicitors.
WANTED We have" a very liberal and
profitable proposition tor a good hustling
specialty salesman in the city of Omaha.
Eeterences required. Address Hoosler
Account Register Co., Springfield, Mo.
WANTED Accident and health Insur
ance agents to work In Omaha or state
of Nebraska or In seven other western
states. Best line of policies top notch
commissions renewal contract granted
by the largest casualty company of the
NAT. FIDELITY & CASUALTY CO.,
AGENTS Earn $5 to $12 a day; every
house should have one; sell quick; unlim
ited field; no talking required. Home Pat
ented Spenialty House, carmen. Uki.
Good men are bard to get.
They don't wander around
the streets looking for signs '
When you need good help
advertise tn The Bee.
Bee Want ads ar read by
keen, energetlo men who wish
to better their condition. Rates
lo per word If run two or
more times consecutively. Tele
phone Tyler 1000.
FEW high pressure stock salesmen.
Best proposition on earth. Our agent
are clearing from $450 to $1,000 per month.
No boozers or advance nunters need ap
ply. Leads furnished anywhere yuu
want to work. Address Redmon, Kansas
City Life Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
SALESMAN wanted, with established
trade to represent us In North and south
Dakota. We manufacture and control
more extensive lines ot goods than any
other house. Ferguson-McKlnney Dry
Goods Co., St. Louis, Mo.
THREE or four first class agents who
will be satisfied with U0 or $400 per
month. Stock proposition. Leads fur
nished wherever you want to work. Ad
dress Redmon. Kansas Jity i.il tsiag.
Kansas City, Mo.
MAKE $40.00 PER WEEK
Best proposition In city for 10 good
solicitors, good talkers, experience not
necessary. Call at office California Ho
tel between 12:00 and 2:00 and 5:00 to 8:00
p. m. Herman Zalkln. Phone Douglas
GOOD. live, hus.llnit salesman wanted to
work In the tnree cities. Experience not
necessary if you are a hustler. I. N.
Vogel, 415 Karbach block.
WANTED bright man with a little
cash to take active interest in estab
lished wholesale house. Address L JtHK
Clerical and Office.
FI1I.T. dress sulfa and oartv dresses for
.Im fni r.nt 11 ftl ti 1 M a nicht.
JOHN FELDMAN. Wt N. 17th. D. tUi.
STENOGRAPHER and ciel'K. ' ilium uo
able to read his notes and write fair
hand. Salary $75.00 to begin, btate ex
perience and telephone M-2S9 Bee.
Factory and Trades.
Drug store (snap) Jobs. Knlest, Bee Bldg.
WANTED Good mouldur man at once,
P. H. Wind Sons, Council Blutts.
WANTED A producer gas engineer for
small light plant; S0-H. P. municipal
outfit; married man preferrea; slate
wages and reference in lust letter; niglit
run; year's work or longer to iifciit
party. Address u. r. uuiman, supeiui
tendent light plant, Randolpn, Net.
8ASU and door mau at once. P. H
Wind bona Planing Ml.l, Council blufu.
WANTED butter tub. coopers at the
butter tub factory at Rock Island, ill.
WAN'IKD an engineer, one having re
frigerating experience preferred; must
cuuie u recommended. Aiaiulio Dairy,
We have Just opened a RETAIL HELP
DEPARTMENT in connection wtlh our
OFFICE HELP DEPARTMENT. It you
are an experienced clerk, collector, uutn
ler, etc., it will pay you to see us.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO..
1015-lti city Nat. Bank Bldg.
TELEGRAPH positions guaranteed you
by tne Lnion Pacific anu Illinois Cen
tral railroads if you gain your training in
our school Practice on R. R. wires. Ad-
drc-ks tor particulars, ti. b. Boylts, Pic.
Buy leu College, Umuna, eb.
YOU ARE WANTED tor government
position, am per inonui. bena poiul lor
list of potations open. Franklin Institute,
department ili P.,- rlocnesier, . x.
WANTED u meu on suw&r at Superior,
.eb.; trencu woia by tout. H-o ou up,
neliey construction CO.
MOVED TO OUR NEW TKAlNLsU
8HOP6. he largest finest ana tet
equipped plant tor automobile training,
Do you want pleasant outdoor worn
with ttiougands oi money making opun-
turn ties.' Write or call on us. Dy or
nlgbt classed. Unlimited course; Uoeiai
terms. Aiu.A, ALlOjiOiii
TRAINING AssS N, 2814 Mm at..,
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade. Few weeks completes, come uow
Fiuisn at busiest season. We tcuirji
many excellent positions. Tools given,
wages while learning, bee our utiei-
City or country applicants, iau oi .i.t..
Moitr baiter College, liv b, iliu oi.
THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER.
No sooner do the Cuban soldiers see
Claude's osculatory happiness than they
run headlong to take their sweethearts
away fro mthe kissing bee. A man may
be- a hero, but he has no right to be a
kissing bug. So the soldiers run toward
the scene o fthe crime, as Sherlocko
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTF.n F.vncripn.Kl shoe salesman
and gents' furnishing clerk.
CO-OPERATIVE K- HitVfclNL.l!; W.,
1015-16 City National Bank Bldg.
$100 MONTHLY and expenses to travel
and distribute samples for big manu-
tacturer: steady work.. 8. bebefter, ioj
Sherman, Chicago. -
7(im flAVITRMVf RTCT POSITIONS
OPEN. Write for list. Franklin Insti
tute. Dept. 214 P.. Rochester, w. 1.
wAK-Tti-.Tt-FOR II. 8. ARM Y Able-
kmiaH unmarrUH mpn htwMm the &izes
of 18 and 35; citizens at United States of
good character and temperate habits who
tan speak, reau ana wrue tae x.nuii
language. For information apply to re-
a llnir nfflrmr lath ttnri TjnUelM St..
Omaha, Neb.; ufl 4th St., Sioux City, la.;
iau n. iutn Bt., wncoin, iNeo.
FREIGHT HANDLERS WANTED.
Whim 'JO tpr Anv. Nn railroad fare
and no fee charges. Ship today. Apply
310 S. Uth St.
500 MEN 20 to 40 years old wanted at
once for electric railway motormen and
conductors; $60 to $100 a month; no ex
cellence necessary; fine opportunity; no
strike; write immediately tor application
blank. Address Y 50, Bee.
WANTED! WANTED! WANTEDI
Four experienced grocery clerks.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.,
1015-16 City National Bank Bldg.
MALE OR FEMALE
MENS suits cleaned and pressed $1.00
delivered. Carey Laundry and Dry
cleaning. A-1966, Tyler 102, 18th and
BUNDLE washing. tiU cents a dozen.
rough dry, 25 cents a dozen. Web. 2188.
Family & bundle laundry; guar. W. 6903.
WASHING and ironing done. T., H. 6420.
HOUSE cleaning and lawn mowing;
prices reasonable; satisfaction. H. 6374.
LADY wants day work. Call Red. 8206.
Family wash, rough dry, bundle. H 6442.
POSITION as grocery clerk, young
man, two years' experience; town wun
good band piei'erred; owns cornet. Ad
dress Y 42, bee.
SOBER man wants place to work early
mornings and alter s o'clock evenings
In exchange for board and room. Address
C 29S, Bee.
MAN and wife want position as cook
In private family. 2004 Patrick Ave.,
POSITION evenlnas book-keeolna or of
fice work. Address S 286 Bee.
YOUNG married man would like posi
tion with electrical firm; 6 years' ex
perience. E. R. Haeiml, 1S12 Missouri
Ave., South Omaha.
10UNO woman, student, wants place
to work for board and car fare. 2uii
Harney street. Telephone Red S6J6.
YulING man wishes a position as
chauffeur with private family; have had
practical experience, ana can iurnisii
tne best of reterenue; steady and sober.
Address O iHi, bee. .
blTUATlON as a special salesman in
North Platte territory. X. M. Atkinson,
tin cuming street. -
MAN wains position as city salesman
or collector. No. 1 references. Cash
bond. G 247, Bee.
BUNDLE and family wash. Guaran
teed. Tel. Webster 3677.
Vl'ltiVi: VlllV Inut fimirtimllnar from thA
public school, wisbes a position in office
wnere tnere s a cnance ior advancement;
strong and is willing to work. Telephone
VY6D. iiw. isee.
OMAHA FILM iSX. " ' a n d
Motion picture macnine and film bargains.
V AAXbU-Atu actions tor Fourtn ui
July. Acrobats or bicycle riders. Audress
C. i. Piae,. Edgar. Neb.
WANTED Attractions, entertainers
and specialties tor Fourtn ot juiy cele
bration. Address Sec celebrauon com
mittee Granville, la.
r'uUK'lH ot July attractions wanted.
City ot North Platte, Nebraska, going
to celebrate and would like to correspond
with any one that can furnish good at
tractions tor 'that data.
Pfin Iv S Eastman Goods, complete
avyaiio stock. Largest tlnisning
department in the west.
THE KUbERT Dc.MrST,rt CO.,
lSLi Farnam bt. and 308 8. lit.. St.
Gfc.! your diamonds at Brodegaard's.
Y. W. C. A.
SUMMER CLASSES ,
Plain Sewing, Tuesday 9:30.
Summer Dresses, Friday 9:30.
CLASSES BEGIN JUNE U .
Six Lessons $1.50.
Cooking (Hot Weather Dishes) Wed
nesday 9:90. .
CLASS BEGINS JULY S
Six Lessons $2.50.
EL CONTENTO HABANA CIGAR.
Ttnx 60. DostDald. $2.76: try half dozen; If
not satisfactory money refunded. BEA
TON DRUG CO., 1403 Farnam. u,
M. E. Morrill, china paint. 833 Brandeis l h
OMAHA TENT CO. Tel. 822 Douglas.
bteventon. carpenter, cont. Botn 'phones.
D. B- Griffith, wig mfr., 13 Frenzer
"NOR1HRUP LETTER DUPLICATING
Co., 606 Paxton Blk., circular letters, any
quantity; Oldest established company; ax
perts of Multlgraph and Neostyla.
wn'TPn Ronntr work nf all kinds:
:rli(lli'r tid aw f'.lirir. Call Ind. B-2o3s.
ANCHOR FENCE CO.,
Iron and wire fences cheaper than wood;
lasts a lifetime. 207 N.17th. Phone Red 814.
10 LUA.N VV-
rate. in sums to
tuit. 310 Bee Bldg.
Phone Doug. SM.
JN10N LOAN CO.
b'. H Cole Sign Co. D 3768. 1316 Farnam.
SOD SOD SOD
toDDLNG DONE. BENSON. 714 W.
Desperate Desmond, as soon as he Is
left alone by the soldiers,' begins to think
of some plan to capture Claude Eclalre '
or the beautiful Rosamond. The villain
remembers that he has a disguise in his
possession and prepares himself for the
occasion by making up to look like Gen
Twenty per cent less thaa Omaha prices.
HOME FURNITURE CO.,
Twenty-fourth and L Sts., south Oma..a.
Upholstering, piano, turn. rep. 2804 Far.
Wedding announcements. Doug. Ptg. Co.
Guarantee Laundry. Fine work. D. UU.
s'eb. Seed Co., 1208 Jones. Both pnenes.
Omaha Bill Posting Co., 1915 Har. P. 204.
ALL will be forKiven. Mary, if you wiif
meet me at the Sign of the Crown and
the Golden Stairs on ltn and Douglas
streets. That is where BRODEGAJU
sells those lucky wedding rings.
GRANDMA'S W1W -Cherrv Phosphate;
cheaper than lemonade; all grocers.
ftanera! ma'.hlnn reualrs: lawn mowers
sharpened. John Brlce. 311 S. 12th. D-3578.
DOUGLAS Printing Co. Tel. Doug. 644.
RFF.T-TTVF, Cleaning and Dye Works
UJJliniVJ j H Boonstra, Sr., :
we can and oenver. potn poong.
Screens-Weirich Fixture Co., Web. 2577.
OMAHA ART AND FRAME CO.. new
location 1711 Leavenworth. 20 per cent
discount on. pictures and framing. D. 1094.
tlTtJDTT'T Tf T? !il T A T?TT Picnics &
White people only. For information call
STORAGE for autos, furniture, etc
One-half regular rate. Acme Machine Co.,
3124 Leavenworth. Tel. Har. 243; Ind.
MACK1KS' summer dancing is now
open every evening. 6c a dance or
ticket for the evening. ELECTRIC FANS
to keep you cool. Large hall, fine floor
and good music. 1S16 Harney.
Patents developed. 110 S. 11th. D. 4881.
Murphy Did It
TIRE REPAIRING Don t tnro
vj awav vour old
tires. We make them almost as good as
new. NothlDB but h!trhat nrUd .nJ
.materials used. All work guaranteed.
Arthur stor Auto Supply Co., 2020 Far.
HAVING discontinued heandling AUTO
MOBILES, we offer our remaining stock
consisting of three high grade Firestone
touring cars at bargain prices. Racine
Sattley Co., 10th and Jones Sts.
Auto lamps repaired. Omaha Silver Co.
OMAHA TIRE REPAIR CO.
Omaha's Exclusive Tire Repair House,
2201 Farnam. 'Phone Tyler 1552.
Your TIRE EXPENSES cut In two.
Expert tire repairing; work guaranteed.
AUTO TIRE REPAIR CO., 1922 Farnam.
Bascom Mends Blow Outs
Punctures repaired and vulcanized, 25c.
Beacon Tubs Repair. 2318 Harney St.
9 Whtta StAttm ian lat mnriAla tfltt
condition, $600 and $650.
A BARGAIN An Electric. See us
quick. Apperson Auto Co., 1102 Farnam.
SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILES
INTERNATIONAL delivery car, slightly
UBed, almost hew; need money; $ot)0. J. C.
TO get in or out of business call on
GANGESTAD, 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D. 3477.
To quickiy- buy or sell business, any kind,
a'ywh're. Kennebeck Co.. 642 Bee Bi g, urn,
Ed Rothery. Business and. Real Estate
Exchange Co. Room 319. McCasue Bldg.
MONEY furnished to establish or in
crease desirable - business- enterprises.
Entire Issues of stocks and bonds bought.
Established in 1888. Many testimonials.
Ernest L. Squire. 742 Omaha National
Bank Bldg. Phone Douglas 4419. ,
FOR SALE Grocery store and three
lots, $1,800. Address Mrs. T. J. Browne,
Wayside, Neb. . ' V '' ' ' '
FOR , SALE Restaurant doing best
business In the city. Reason for selling
poor health; good live railroad town in
Nebraska. Address Y 32. care Omaha
FOR SALE A manufacturing business
that will net $6,000 per year, only $10,000
capital needed. Address Y 44, Bee.
FOR SALE Grocery store; a great bar
gain. Address Mrs. T. J." Browne, Way.
WANTED-tS.OU) to $5,000 cash to en-
large and develop a safe and legitimate
business. Address B 2a9. Bee.
ONE ot the finest grocery and meat
businesses in tha aty; bost location, best
established. Owner leaving city. Heaitn.
J. I. Kemp, 2513 Leavenworth. Doug. 9;
lltwuiss Uaawa lur il.
WHO wants a 20-room rooming house.
making money, tor your own price; it
must be sold at once regardless ot price.
make offer. Telephone Tyler.l64o.
WANTED-Attractlons Fourth ot July
at Clarkson, Neb. '
O. W. Shields. Attorney, 327 B. of Trade.
Iiag Manufacturers. -
BEMIS OMAHA BAG CO., Omaha. Neb.
DR. ROY, 1505 Farnam. Douglas 8497.
. Clotalus Maaafactarera.
Wear Ideal dress shirts. M. E. Smith Co.
Cornice suit steel tellings.
CARTER Sheet Metal WorltB Omaha.
Creameries, Dalrirs aad Sapplies.
Fairmont's Dladent butter. Always good.
loAVliTcOLE CREAMERY COMPANY.
L. W. LONGNECKER, 517. Karbach Blk.
Omaha becret Serv. 428 Paxton blk. D. 1319.
JAMES ALLAN 312 Neville Blk. Evi
dence secured In all cases. Tyler 1136. .
Terry's Dressmaking college, 20th & Far-
Dressmaking by the day. Webster 6435.
DRESSMAKING. Tel. Harney 3909.
Bailey, the dentist. City Natl. D." 2366.
Mach&Macft. 3d floor Paxton. D. 1085.
Taf t's dental rooms. 1517 Doug. D. 2186.
Everything for Women.
Dr. Babcock Co., 202 Wlthneil, 15 & Har.
DRESS pleating, buttons covered, all
sizes and styles. THE IDEAL PLEATf
ING CO.,- 200 Douglas Block. Both phones.
Curtains laundered. Mrs. Carmody. H 4529
Electric lighting fix., wholesale and retail.
Burgess-Granden Co., 1511 Howard. D. 681.
ELECTRIC FANS .'"Stand1!
ARD ELEC. CO., 317 S. 13th. D. 3931.
Feed Mills and Stores.
Feed, all kinds. Glencoe Mills, 2332 Izard.
A. Donaghue. 1607 Far. D. 1001; A-1001.
HESS & SWOBODA, 1416 Farnam St.
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. D. 1268.
BATH'S FLORISTS, B)yd Theater Bid.
BENNETT'S, cut flowers. Doug. 137.
McDonald brass and bronze foundry, alu
minum, tin, lead castings. 1407 Jackson.
SHIRTS, 5c, 10c, 12c;, household linens,
30 pieces 45c. Carey Laundry and Clean
ing Company. A-1965; Tyler 1802. 18th and
Howard. Men's suits cleaned, pressed,
Moving, storage and Cleaning.
Furn. Moving; 2 men, $1 per nr. W. 2748.
PIANO moving. Cole's storage and ex
press, 1610 Capitol Ave. D. 670, A-3937,
nrit? rw'iW nr.nrnnf War.tinntA and Van
Co. Moving furniture, packing, fireproof
storage. City office, 216 S. 17th. Douglas
S)4 or Ind. A-1314.
Music, Art and Langnaites.
FRANCIS POTTER Agent for Gibson
mandolins and guitars; Farland banjos.
10 Baidrige Blk.
Nnrserlea and Seeds.
STEWART'S SEEDMEN, 119 N. 16th.
B. F. Wurn, fitting and rep'g. 443 Brandeis.
Rinehart, photographer. 18th Sc Farnam.
Alice Johnson, 306-9 Brandeis The. Bldg.
Katheryn Nickolas, 634-5 Brandeis The.
D. O. Barnell, Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
Willard Eddy, 1530 City Nat l Bk. Bldg.
OMAHA SILVER CO., 31 S. 13th.
Lew'W. Raber, Printer, 'HtfZt
BEE ' BLDG. ENTRANCE ON COURT,
LET tha CENTRAL PRINTING CO. do
your work. 1417 Douglas St. Tel. D. 3754.
Reis-Hall Ptg Co., 109 S. 14th. Ind. A-3524.
Lynestad Printing Co.. 16th and Capitol
Ave. Tel. Ind. A-260 for good printing. -
Steel Tank and Culvert ; Companies.
NEBRASKA and Iowa Steel Tank Com
pany, 14th and Nicholas. Doug. 3869.
Stenographers aud C'onrt Reporters.
Myrtle A. Kelley, 706 Bran. 'The. D.' 5682.
Tents and Awnings.
OMAHA TENT CO. Tel. Douglas :
Trunks and Salt Cases.
Freling & Stelnle. 1803 Farnam St.
Winea and Liquors.
WILLOW Springs beer, llauoi cigars,
sandwiches. Alex Jetes, 501-3 S. 13th St.
VDXGINIA DARE wine. 65c a large bot
tle. Klein Liquor House. 522 N. loth, St,
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL
ALL THE YEAR
Complete 'courses In Business, Book
keenlne. Stenography. Telegraphy, Civil
Service or Salesmanship, 'the catalogue
is free for the asking, can. wri;e or
phone tor it at once. Address t- a.
Boylee, President, Boyles College.
TrinurD .,,, nteltlrtn a filler fnr
grade pupils or as children's or ladies'
nurse or companion for home or travel
ing. Address Y 48, Bee.
LIVE STOCK FOR CALE
Horses and Vehicles. .
SMALL horse, very cheap. H. 25S7.
RlV VCt? '3 Barn. . Horses and farm
tKjUj O mare3 tor sale; draft and
wagon horses to let by the day. 2531
Sherman Ave. fnone wenster uzo.
ALFALFA hay, $12 ton. Wagner. 901 N 16,
SidALL team mules. Wagner. 801 N. 16.
Snaps IN Buggies
1 delivery wagons and several sholcs
buggy and carriage Dargains. ,
" . MU an Harney. Eta.
Claude Eclalre, the hero of all these
adventures, is now In the hands -of the
Cuban soldiers, who were Infuriated by
seeing their sweethearts acclaim Claude
as Hobson. So Claude is .brought back to
the fort as a prisoner of war, and his
sweetheart Rosamond weeps . to -hlnk
what his gallantry has brought upon him.
LIVID STOCK FOB SALE
Horses and Vehicles.
FOR SALE Lady's riding horse; gen
tle; handsome; gaited. Phone Doug. 27.
A. L. REED.
TEAMING, gears and farm wagons go
ing for a song. Kingman Implement Co.,
9th and Jones.
DELIVERY wagons suitable for gro-
cers and butchers; are going at bargains.
Kingman Implement Co., 9th and Jones.
HIGH GRADE buggies and surreys at
less than wholesale. We are quitting
the buggy business. Kingman Imple
ment Co., 9th and Jones.
LOST AND FOUND
LADY who took package containing
brooch and chain from Courtney's nov
elty , counter last Thursday noon is
known and articles must be returned
to Courtney's at once.
PERSONS having lest some article
would do well to call up the office of the
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway
company to ascertain whether they left
It in the street cars.
Many articles each day are turned in
and tbe company is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owner. Call Doug
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
LOST String of gold beads, Sunday
mornlns. between 31st and Cass and 20th
and Davenport; liberal reward. Telephone
Piles, Fistula Cured
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures Piles. Fistula
and other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid unul cured, write tor oook on
rectal diseases with testimonials.
DR. E. R. TARRY. Bee Bldg., Omaha.
a T .riPHPTS "Th Nw Laxative." for
constipation; absolute satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded; 60c per box
prepaid. Anderson Medical Co., Peterson,
Women's ailm'ts. Dr. Burke, 42 Doug. Blk.
Ladies' guaranteed remedies. 401 Ware blk.
DR. RACE SDeciali&t. nervous- and all
chronic diseases. 2323 Harney. Doug. 3U43.
Dr. Babcock, specialist; both sexes;
Withnell Bldg., loth and Harney Sts.
MONEY TO LOAN
Salasy and t battels.
T .a m n.ffnffDti, An rafl I KtatA furni-
ture, pianos, salaries, etc. Very low
rats and confidential. We will appre
ciate your cali.
BIGGEST, DUST AINU onAriiSl.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
i Paxton Block. 217 S. 16th St
Telephone Doug. 1411 or Ind. A-1411.
on furniture, pianos and
real estate at a very low
rate of interest.
Nebraska Loan Company
Doug. 1356. 220 Bee Bldg. A-1356.
MONEY loaned salaried people, women
keening house and others, witnout se
curity; easy payments. Offices in 67 prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 5Cj oruana wat l
Bank Bldg.. formerly N. Y. Life Bldg.
CHATTEL LOANS, $5 to $1U0. SALARY
LOANS. You can get it today of
st K loan co.. e paxton BIOCK.
DIAMOND LOANS- at 2ft and 5 per cent.
I'laiaU, 1514 uodge bt. Tel. Red 5619.
OFFERED FOB RENT
Board and Rooms.
O. M. E. hauls trunks. D. 611. A-26U.
111,'xmiRT.C nla.ro lirn norch. cool
rooms, excellent board. .2 S. ih fcit.,
Phone Douglas 3138. '
REEDHURST, 106 N. 25th; comfortable
rooms, table board If desired. D. 8350.
TWO nicely furnished south rooms, one
block from car line. Phone Doug. 5122.
BA Citi A fJP messenger service and
-AVJVJ.AVJ.Ej light hauling; prompt
service; reasonable rates. Auto Del. & Mes.
Co., 1715 Douglas St. : Tels. D. 3946, A-3496.
NICELY furnished rooms in good lo
cality, strictly modern, 2702 Farnam.
1059 PARK AVE. Furnished room for
gentlemen; modern house, on car line,
$7.50 per mo. Harney S992.
Furnished Housekeeping Rooms,
THE MANUEL Two room apartment,
$23. The Howard. -2-room, private batli,
$35. ' 21st and Howard. -
3 NICE rooms, housekeeping. 1112 s.
T 11UT hr,aalrATitnir rnnmfl ntrplv fur-,
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nished; modern; walking distance. 2ol0
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, very rea
sonable, 319 So. 26th
TWO furnished housekeeping. Facing
Hanscom park. No children. 2968 Wool
worth Ave. Harney 2597. '
-Hotels and Apartments.
Dewey European hotel. Uth and Farnam,
OXFORD and Arcade, special wkly rate.
DODGE HOTEL, all requirements of a
first-class hotel, at reasonable prices.
flovlon Hftfpl Council Bluffs. Rooms
ugaen.notei to 7 00 per weeti
. Apartments and Flats.
' 4-ROOM apart ment, new, modern brick;
steam heat; short walking distance; gas
stove, refrigerator, cupboard, wardrobe ;
blinds; laundry; - fine Janitor service.
Douglas 5368. '
3 and 6-room modern flat. Scargo Bldg..
516ft N. 34th St., S. Omaha. Hall. 433
Ramge Biag. u. ivx. a-w
CTCirTI.V Viieh.vrado S-room anart-
ment on west Farnam St Very choice.
JOHN W. ROBBliNB, V)S r AKPtAJl bl,
.ROOM modern flat. ' Telephone Web-
Varnished A part meats.
I SSSSSMSS '
FOR JULY and August, furnished,
cool, five-room apartment., with balcony.
References. Telephone Harney 524.
Haases aad Cottages. .
NINE-ROOM house, modern. Har. 617.
Claude Eclalre is suddenly brought In
front of General .Weyler. Little our hero ,
knows 'that - It is Desmond In - disguise.
What his fate will be cannot be known
until tomordow, when we shall see That
we shall see.. In the meantime Rosa
mond Is true to her Claude, In spite of all
her trials. . , , .
OFFERED FOR RENT
Houses and Cottages.
$9.003 large room apartment, part mod
ern, 1915 Elm St. Key next door.
2532 Capitol Ave.,
All modern, nine ioom house, walking
distance, close to car line on paved street.
Shade and lawn, good neighborhood, near
high school. House just been papered
and in good repair. $40. per month. F.
H. Turncy, owner. Inquire at 2530 Capi
tol Ave. Phone Doug. 5227. '
$123908 N. 36th St.. 7 rooms, hew house.
$13-3544 N. 2Sth Ave., 5 rooms, water
$253033 Fowler Ave., a rooms, new, an
$25-121 S. 27th St., 7 rooms, all. modern.
$302963 Dodge, 7 rooms, all modern.
$402599 Evans St., 8 -rooms,- new. all
modern. , . -
1329 S. 32d St., 14 rooms, 4 bath rooms,
very elegant house.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY",
Phones Douglas 1781, Independent A-1188.
3-ROOM house at 2939 Martha St- Ind.
B-5255. - '
573 S. ZStn Si.
.mkii rnmnietftlv modern: $o2.ao. Haiu
433 Ramge. U. VWb; a-to-
t a tjitt, marcdm nnTTRT.K HOUBE.
ik rvv t mt ;uvut ' -' w - '
suitable for boarding house; 16 rooms
and 2 baths; near rarnam aipu nmj
cars; alterations to suit; rent, $60. .
. m a d7i vav ATMn STORAGE CO..
pack, move, store and ship H. H. goods
and pianos; no charge for return drive
tO OlUCe. UU"6, UU Ot vrEo.
4-ROOM house, mV ,S. 18th St. Tel.
. iUUVliivj, Vx-"l410 - o
hold eoods and pianos is our business.
w ,- T 1 XT I rny
Omaiia van anu ouuoo
srorace. to o. loin, vy Mvto
Branch oti.ee, 309 S. 17th St. Tel. D. 41W;
.raMr e C-rtm mrwilpm COttaK6bl
beautiful lawn and shade. .2124 Miami bt.
Phone weD. nn.
TIftnooo all parts of the city. t
UOUSeS creigh Sons & Co.. Bee Bldg.
-.-- ir.TT iri? tdi 7 rrvnr.18. mod-.
1313 hauli ir.ii,., "f""-. -r, Li; i, ...
m .Vacant June 1. Tnos. b. Hall, 43J
Ramge. Botn -pnones.
2722 CHARLES b-room miraern . u"".
1 n - J LAtlCA
7.C1V1U h,iiK. a.11 modern. 3126 Cass
St. 'Phone Benson dww.
mi-cT w a re a f Nw brick. 5 bed-
rooms and 2 baths, aio aaiw avp.
r7Z , . i sa- iiaHr. llchta
pretty yard; w va a. tun ot. wq.
777Z nAAi Vimicd 3A K. 2nVr
f 1 V uiuuciii iiwu, " ---
St Inquire Glencoe Mills. 23d nd Izard.
MAiioruni r ni"riris nnrkAd and for-
warded; cheap freight rates; moving and
storing. Gordon Fireproof Warehouse and
Van Co. Tel. Douglas 394 or A-U14. City
office, 216 S. Uth St.. Bee Bldg.-
ALL modern, 7-r. house, east front, on
Central boulevard, 712 N. 27th Ave. Very
reasonable to first-class tenant. - H. B.
Boyles, Boyles college. Both 'phones.
Both easy walking distance, 2640 Dodge,
8 rooms, modern, new decorations, wate
W. W. MITCHELL:
Owner, 411 Bee tiiag-
FOR RENT 6-room house. W09 So. 7th
ritv will eivB short or
J YV ir 4J. k. v. t "-- - -
i l Una Tvi Horn x.mom home.
long icaetr-vi r . j i w ji.
$20. Hanscom park and Field club dU-
trict. Send reierenues io n.-,
Bee. : '
CASS, 2305-Elegant eight-room house,
with bath, new furnace, lawn and shade
trees; walking distance; on car line.
Stores and Offices.
M'CAGUE BUILDING, 15TH- AND
DODGE. Attractive office, moderate
prices APPLY OMAHA LOAN ; AND
"Store, 320 S. 13th St., 20x45. Tel. P. 6230.
nvr n-tnm K.iilHine- twn jetnre. and
rici lawi j " . .'...-o
basement. 30x80 ft.; electric elevator,
lights, etc. Will rent whole or part
cheap. 1508 Cuming. Phone Douglas 3702.
OFFERED FOR SALE
Louisiana Furniture Store closing out
furniture, ice boxes, etc. av -imun.
ai.t. wind of cood turniture for sale at
2564 Marcy. call at once.
r-An cat IT P.nff. hrtt WAtcr Coll.
reading lamp, all tor gas. Apply 410
North 22d St. Telephone Douglas b074-
ELECTRIC Pianos, music boxes, player
ianos. Continental Novelty. 118 N. loth.
t-'M Vip.trolfl' hflx
run, ojxuca Ait.. ---- , " -
never been used. If interested ask for
price. M 257, Bee office.
A PRACTICALLY new No. 4 latest
model Underwood typewriter; will dis
count price 50 per Cent tor Immediate
sale. Typewriter case and cover thrown
in. Address O 271, Bee.
OLIVER typewriter, nearly new, good
condition. A. MARK. Douglas 5607.
' SAFES Overstocked with second-hand
safes; all sizes and makes; bargains.
. c I.. - 1111, TT.rnam Kf
American ouypij ......
tt cTTi, TiinvrlA Racvcld - make:
X UA uAWA. J "
Winchester shotgun; small Incubator and
brooder. Red 1SKB.
nrT 4ehiac timrB. rAStatirant fixtures
fUVU icvvivi Tv , - -
bought, sold. Levy &twnt bo. umana.,
rAr CAT F Vaw anri pn n fi-hD d
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy payments. The
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co, 407-409
South 19th street. - .
OLD SAFES. DERIGHT, 1818 Farnam St.
- FOR SALE 1911 Yale motorcycle.
Tires and engine in fine condition. Price,
$148. Frank Garey. Fairmont.' Neb. .
CELERY plants. Greenville Bros. 6327
N. 24th St : -
FOR SALE Washing machine, white
enamel crib, tireless cooker, extra fine
specimen elk head, one or all, a bargain.
John N. Haskell, 1321 So. 35th Ave. Tel.
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