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OMAHA, SUNDAY ' MORNING, JUNE 23,' ,1912!
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS.
VOL. XLII-NO. 1.
MAIL ORDER BUSINESS
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make us prove these strong claims.
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to try , (as explained, above) to
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Jackson, Mich. -' '
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HELP WANTED -FEMJLE
, jtieiti and Saleanome...
WANTED Solicitors, either1 lady
I gentleman, for Prime of Life Insurance
li Stssociatlon. Omaha National Bank Blag.
LAUV agents xd take orders for guar
v anteed dress form. J1&.00 pair. week. Ad
I dress Y 62 Bee. - . - - -
SALESLADIES, at onoe, three bright,
capable ladies over 21, to travel, demon
Htrata and sell dealers; $25 to $50 per
week. R. R. fare paid. Goodrich Drug
Co., 1308-10 Harney-St!) Omaha. Neb- .
WANTED Lady canvassing agents to
' lake orders for made-to-order corsets,
bi. Louis Corset Co., St. Louis. Mo.
LADY demonstrators, for Omaha, So.
Omaha, Council Bluffs. We pay nine dol
lars per week; salary and commission.
Call Sunday, room 39 Drexel hotel.
WANTED Lady agents. Write us
quick. We have something entirely new.
Good money. Made 100 per cent profit.
Sells, to ladies only. Agents Supply. 301
barker Blk., Omaha, Neb. .
' ' Clerical and Office.
STENOGRAPHER, Implements, $50.
Stenographer, lumber, $G5.
Bookkeeper, lumber, $65.
Stenographer, out of city, $65.
Assistant bookkeeper, $40.
The above positions are for immediate
.'acceptance. Call and get particulars. ,
CO-OPEKATlVHi KKr iitiHiINlli cvj.,
: 1015-16 City National Bank
i Factory and Trades.
wanted-Fifty girls . to make new
Vjliirts, overalls, cotton mittens, etc Good
' it-ages, permanent employment in clean
''Smith & Co., 9th & Douglas. "
GIRLS wanted for decorating sofa pil
lows at home; good pay; experience un-
1 .. . n-i ct imL c
necessary. vjn lorenooiis. i&ji o. jam.
J ilouaekteyeis uuU Uuuieniic.
WANT girl to help cook in small hotel.
Good wages. Park Hotel, Audubon, la.
' THE' SERVANT UiKL PROiiLjBi
' SOLVED The Bee will run a Servant
Girl Wanted Ad FREE until you gat tne
oesired results. This applies to resident
ot Omaha, South Omana and Council
lilutfs. Bring your ad to Tne Bee oiuue
vi- u-iiephone Tyler. lwO.
GIRL for housework, small family.
Apply forenoons. 1145 Georgia avenue.
WANTED A girl for general house
. voi k, fcoou wa&es for tne rignt party.
4i,44 iiodge. Harney H63. - -
WANTED A girl to assist with general
housework no washing. 508 8. 2Uib St.
GOOD girl for general, housework;
Binull family; references required; good
wages. Phone Harney 838. - '
WANTED A competent .cook; jnust
' have good references. Call l'axton home,
harney 95. Mrs. Martin Saxe.
: WANTED A good reliable colored Wo
man of neat appearance to uo general
housework for two people; must have
Kood references, rnone fiainy wji
w a 'TET A i housemaid who can i go
home nights tp assist with housiework
nd care of children; no cooking or
aundry. 2408 Bristol.
""WANTED Honest, cleanly and reliable
young woman for general housework;
small family, medium sized house, best
of wage3 and good home; would .take
woman with young daugnter old enough
to help with worn. Auoress t at, nee.
iAXTED Girl- for housework. Very
ueslrable place, with pleasant room. TeJ.
Harney 3077. 1144 S. 3d St.
WANTED Girl for. housework; - small
family. Apply forenoons, LU16 Georgia
'Ave. - ' . '
ROOM and board for the summer in
pleasant home in exchange for help with
jousework. Call Harney 3723.
WANTED-Experlenced cook; refer
ences required.. Mrs. Frank T. Hamilton,
ilO S. 32d Ave.
WANTED A girl for general house
worfc, three in family, good wages. 2724
Spaulding. TeL Webster 3203.
GOOD, capable girl for general house
work, good wages, Danish or -Swedish
preferred. , Douglas 6043. 2562 SL Mary's
WANTED Strong woman to help with
iiousework and care of Invalid. - Small
iamtly. Wages $5 per week. A 341, Bee.
WANTED-e-A- middle-aged lady to as-
-irit with general housework. . Telephone
WANTEiJ by single, middle-aged man.
a iiuMwonny, clean Housekeeper; good
n -xl'-rii tiome, ,iot muc'b work. Address
"II. '), B4S." "
Want ds received at any time, but
to insure proper classification must
be presented before 12 o'clock m. Ior
the evening edition and before 7:30
p. m. for morning and Sunday edi
tions. Want ads received alter fuch
bouts will have their first Insertion
under the heading "Too Late to
CASH IUTEs"fOR WANT ADS.
insertion 1 H cents per word and 1
cent per word for each subsequent
consecutive insertion. Bach inser
tion made on odd days ltt cent per
word; 1.50 per line per month
when ad is run without change of
copy.' " " '
DEATHS AND FUNERAL. NOTICES.
FINAN Edward P., died Friday after
noon at the residence ot his parents, m
was a member of Omaha camp No.
Modern Woodmen of America, and tne
International Association of Machinists
lodge Wo. 81; has been an employe or
the McKeen Motor company for a num
ber of years. . .
1 Funeral services will be held Sunday at
2:30 p. m. at the undertaking parlors ot
Hulse & Riepen. -709 8outh Sixteenth
street. Interment. Forest Lawn cemetery.
Friends invited. . Vi, ., ''-'
JOHNSON Bengta, died Friday evening
at the residence of her daughter,' Mrs.
Funeral will be held from the residence
of her daughter, 1005 South Forty-second
street, Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Interment,
West Lawn cemetery. Friends Invited.'
ALL machinists are requested to attend
the funeral of our late brother, Edward
Timan, Sunday, July 23, at 2:30, from
Hulse & Riepen's parlors, 709 South Six
GEORGE EV NORMAN, President
C. E. CLARK. Secretary.
LOOMIS-Mrs. Ellen B., June 22, aged 81
' Services at residence, 3608 Jackson St
at 4:30 p. m. Monday, June 24. Interment
at Topeka, Kan,
lodge: noticks. .
Mondamln Todge" No. Ul, F. U. Of A.;
requests every member to attend meettng
on June 24 at Frenzer hall. 24th and
Parker, on account of Important business.
Refreshments after session. : i
Banner ' lodge No. 11 and all members
of the F. U. of A. are requested to attend
the funeral ot our late sister, Marie Peter
sen, at 2 .o'clock p. m., Sunday, June 23,
at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Niel
sen, 2711 Sprague street. . - ' ,,
NELLIE P. VAN HORN, F. M.
, . J. B. MASON. Secretary.
Attention. Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica: Members of Omaha camp No. 120 are
requested to attend the funeral of Neigh
bor Edward P. Finan Sunday at 2:30 p.
m. at Hulse & Riepen's undertaking par
lors, 709 South Sixteenth street. Inter
ment will be at Forest Lawn cemetery.
Members of other camps are invited.
FRED DICKINSON, Y. C
CARD OF THANKS. . i i ;
Mrs. Ju'dson Hlgley and children desire
to express their heartfelt thanks and
gratitude tJ the friends, neighbors and
Odd Fellows for their helpfulness and
love shown during their recent bereave
ment occasioned by the death of their be
loved husband and father. . .. . .
I MARHUOB LICENSES.
, Th4ollowing marriage, licenses have
been issued: : - - -;.. r
Name and Residence.
Philip Smith. South Omaha. ..
Margaret Smith, South Omaha
Andrew I.' Thompson, omana..
Edith Robinson, Omaha ........
Harrison Bell, Omaha.-... ....... ......
Pearl Hanna, Omaha... .:.;, t..
Edward F.'Falvey, Omaha..
Pearl McKinney, Omaiia.
William 6. Moore,' Omaha.......;..:.
Minnie M. Gebert, Nebraska City.,
Louis unver,- umana. .............. ....... .oo
Nellie McCormick, Omaha. 26
James G. McGlee." South Omaha........ 29
Lydia A. Preston, Omaha . i..2S
Ralph T. Osborn, St. Joeph...;........24
Eunice A. Chrlstensen, St. Joseph. 21
H. Earl Shaw, Omaha. ............... .1..22
Pearl M. Clark, South Bend, Ind 20
Charles J. Mysicka, Omaha. 26
Antonia Adam, pmaha.. 19
Charles D.' Bussler, Waterloo, la...... .'.36
Anna B. Huehaca, Waterloo, la..... ....23
Arthur A. Johnston, Omaha. ............. 23
Beatrice Colemart Omana... 22
Nicholas Clous,, dmaha.:........'. v...J6
Doorthy Petersem Omaha. . .20
Allen - Burdlck, Omaha 23
Matilda Bachman .Albright 22
BIRTHS A D DEATHS.
Births Jesse and Winnie Shelby. 2103
Dougias street, girl; F. A. and Minnie
Hansen, 4518 Lafayette street, boy ; George
and Alma Saltzgiver. 1733 South Fifteenth
street, girl; Thomas and Zona Wilson,
2910 Hascal street, boy; J. J. and Mar
jorle Foy, 911 North Forty-ninth avenue,
girl; Thomas and Anna Chrlstensen, 3421
liavenport street, girl; L. C. and B. M.
Best, 4025 North Thirty-ninth street, boy;
William and Lilly Brown, 1109 1 Lincoln
avenue, girt; F. H. and Cora Bartlett,
3410 Bedford avenue,! boy; Thomas ana
Cora Hlckson, 3217 South Twenty-tout tn
Deaths Marie Petersen, 57 years. 2711
Sprague street; Louis Won, 45 years, tt.
Joseph's hospital; Mrs. Bengto Johnson.
75 years, 1006 South Forty-second street;
Edward P. Finan, 23 years 2327 Souta
Twenty-first .street j . . -
BVILDIN 1 PERMITS. .
J. A. Carlson, ' 3425 California street,
frame dwelling, $2,8U0; J, H. Horak, S64
Manderson street, $2,0u0; M. Garrison, i,,
Fort street, frame dwelling, $2,i)00; M
Garrison, 25u3 Furt street,, frame uelllnfc'.
$2,000. ' " '
HELP WANTELV FEMALE
Jloasu eeyei-a and Uoniestlc.
WANTED CKrl for housework, llffi Rn
29th St. ,. ,, . .
Apprentice girl ' to learn halrrl
Oppenheim parlors. -2d fl. City National."
GOOD servant In smali faintly; no
washing or ironing; ' also young girl for
aaiss 1'iatteiL 1909. Cap-
YOUNG women coming to Omaha a
strangers are Invited to visit the Youus
Women's Christian association huiidini;
at St. Mary's Ave., and 17ih, St., where
they will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assibtau, Look toi
our travelers' guiae at the Union station.
EARN $10 TO $15 weekly copying ad
dresses; particulars for stamp.- J. Mur
ray Co., 44 .Elizabeth St., W.; Detroit.
ANY WOMAN of average Intelligence
can immediately be established, ni a per
manent business.; we teach you bow to
easily earn from $500 to $3,000. yearly. The
greatest real value ever. offered. In guar
anteed corsets maae to order. ; National
sr. j- Ks
corseueren, utpu io, vnicago.
EARN $5 TO $10 daily doing -Interest-
mg, aurecouu n . uome, ( ull par
ticulars free. Japanese Art Co.,, Milwau
kee. LADY GOVERNMENT matrons wanted
splendid position examination . soon.
Write looay. mintni, oo m, t. Louis.
LADIES make shields at home. $10 per 1 Syntem Specialtv Candy and - Popcorn
100. Work sent prepaid to reliable women, fi-igpette Factories," home, anywhere.
Particulars for stamped addressed t en-, vear round. Oppoi tiiiiity llfet,ine; book
velope. Eureka Co., Dept. 53, Kalamazoo, lu free. Radale Co., Diawer D., East
wicu- . Ii
HKLP WANTED FEMALE
"WOmev AZITi. i
a" 86 PhildelPhla firm; good money
.5..s,eady wor'; no canvassing; send
jepiy envelope for prices paid. Universal
... 'v amut t., pniia., "a." .
HELP WANTED MALE
Aaenta, Salesmea aid Sollcitora.
WANTED Accident and health insur-?S-
8ents 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 large casualty , company of the
NAT. FIDELITY & CASUALTY CO..
V Omaha. Neb.
AGENTS You can muk oulck sales
and big profits wtlh our new self-light
ing windproof cigar lighter; every
smokers buy on sight. Sells Itself. Rath
bun Mfg. Co., Indianapolis. Indiana.
SALESMEN-11.000 accident DOllcv for
$1 yearly. Everybody buys when con
vinced that company ' is sound. Liberal
commissions $250,000 deposited with state.
Write for particulars. . Underwirters,
Newark, N. J.
AGENTS Send for free amole: new ar
ticle; bound to sell. Write today for our
attractive summer proposition. Hugo
uevecnery. sn uenker Ave., JjOS An
AGENTS Wanted everywhere for easy
selling $5 proposition; $'J5 daily easily
made. Particulars free. J. S. W'lllard Co.,
Desk , 1860 Main St., Henderson, Iowa.
AGENTS are coining money selling our
big 10c packages of 20 assorted postal
cards; 5,000 varieties; big profits; sell
everywhere at sight. Sample package
10c Particulars free. Sullivan Card Co.,
1284 Van Buren St., Chicago. 111.
AGENTS.. Our patented specialties sell
like wildfire. Send for free catalogue and
sample, worth 10c. The Frederick L. Coe,
Co., 376 Shelton Ave., New Haven, Conn.
AGENTS Either sex, to distribute free
pkgs. perfumed soap powder; good pay;
all of spare time; no money needed. Dept.
F. S., 8422 Lincoln Ave., Chicago, 111.
. AGENTS Everywhere (either sex) to
handle latest novelty In women's wear:
nearly 100 per cent profit: ready market;
particulars free; write to Horwlts &
Hickman Co., Dept. G, VIneland, N. J.
GREAT leaders in national Issues dis
cussed bv all parties: big book; best
terms: ' beautifully Illustrated; send lOo
for prospectus. M. A. Russell, 108 LaSalle
St.; Chicago. 111. -; - ' ' '
$100 weekly profit; start in business for
yourself; don't worry about capital; no
experience. Boyd H. Brown, - Omaha,
Neb. - !
PORTRAIT MEN For solar or bromide
prints, convexlng,, finishing, convex glass
or metal frames write us; 24 hours' Her
vice guaranteed. Catalogue free. Por
trait Men's Supply House, 1507 Central
St., Kansas City, Mo. 1 - -
WANTED Salesman, to call on local
trade with line of dress goods, silks, Vei
vets and. handkerchiefs. State experience
and references. P. O. Box 3, Station V,
New York City. ' - -'
, REPRESENTATIVE wanted in every
city and village. Best ' proposition out.
Pays over $200 monthly. No investment
or experience - required. Bend, wt, e-m
plre Bldg., Seattle. Wash. -
STATE Sales Manager If you cannot
make $5,000 per year with our proposi
tion, we do not want you. One energetic,
ambitious man In each state. Small.
rjjttented blacksmith's machine; $1,000 re
aulred:. reasonable terms. American
Calking Machine Company, Perry, la.
WANTED Agents Legitimate subatl:
tu'ts'for slot' machines; patented; sells on
sishf for $l.t Particulars. Oisba: Co.,
Anderson, Ind.--"-, : ' . 1 ' '
. CANV-ASSERS 'UTo-i sell . automatic
Bcteen door catches. Big money; except
tlonai proposition.?. Sample eatch-ost-
paid 25o. Auto Catch Co., riarvcy, in.-
HiTSTl.lNrt lanil agents wanted to sell
our new.i. unique, novel land; .proposition.
Commissions unusually large. Send for.
literature. Reynolds. -..County': Fruit
Lands.: Company, , HW . Great.. Northern
Bldg., Chicago.- " ; . ' .' ' .' " ' .
. . . '.' ..; AGENTS. .,'. : Y
A money maker, & perfection aluminum
set, four pieces, twelve - combinations.
Good for all kinds of cooking, low prices,
big profits, quick sales. . Write at once
to, Anchor Mfg Co., Desk 74. Dayton, O
ruM'T o!av tfr laaren. - B VflUr own
boss; we show you how. Particulars free.
The Alberta 1 Specialty Co., 135 Jackson
St.. Topeka, Kan. . -''.-'''
SUMMER time Is beer time. Sell
"Ambrew" Concentrated Extract for
making real, genuine, Intoxicating beer
at home. Not a near beer not artificial
but real lager beer guaranteed strictly
legitimate no license required. Saves
over 100 per cent of brewers' prices. Gat
ready for the stziling hot weather. Small
package. Everybody buys. Terrific sales
great money maker territory being
snapped up. Get busy, while the weather
Is warm. Write today. American Pro
ducts Co., Dept. 2056, Cincinnati. Q-
. SALESMEN We Vant men of ability
and good character In every locality to
take orders for groceries at wholesale
from farmers, ranchers, hotels, etc.;
special Inducements to experienced men;
we teach . Inexperienced men. George
Meldrum & Company, Wholesale Grocers,
Chicago, 111. ;
SALESMEN Two 1 energetic,! clean-cut
salesmen. Oils, greases and paints. Y
61. Bee. " 1
AGENTS Most exciting political cam
paign in half century; . tariff, recall,
money trust and other burning questions
must be settled by the voters of the
United States; all the facts and argu
ments on both sides of questions, written-hv
tln leaders themselves; 100 por
traits and other engravings; every voter
wants our wonderful-book "Great Lead
ers and National Issues." Be first In the
field and make big money fast. Hand
some prospectus and canvassing outfit
free Send 10 rents In stamps to . pay
postage. The Thompson Pub. Co., St.
Louis, Mo. ' '
SALESMEN Every town has buyers
for our advertising novelties, idle time
made profitable. Liberal commission.
Good representative wanted , in . your
locality. Box 75. Newton, la,
WANTED Bright man with a little
casl' to take active Interest in estab
Ihe6 ' h house. Address L 290,
1;:' k ' ' '"
AGENTS make big money selllng-our
metaiUo letters tor office windows, store
fronts and glass signs; anyone can put
them on; samples free. Metallic Sign Co.,
437 N. Clark Ht.. (jmcago.
work,, lowest prices.
Send for booklet
of new style portraits something differ
ent. M. A. Beall, Artist, Chicago.
AGENTS wanted-Large business sell
ing a wonderful novelty, folding trick
faim Agent's price, $1.50 per hundred.
Sample by mall. 10 cents. Aug. Foell,
33W California Ave.. St. Louis, Mo.
BIG profits for you. Manufacture Bar
ley Crisp. New confection. California
Invention. 5c package cot you lc. Ma
chine Instructions complete, $7.60, pre
paid. Samples 10c. Shafer Co.. 1079 How-
t flan rranrlNM
MI U Ok.,' "
TiSSAl". AGENTS WANTED TO
SELL postcards " through our original
"trust scheme" method; no experience re
quired; big profits; sample package 10
cents Taylor Brothers, 2233 Clifton Ave.,
irtt-vTaRell our Catchy "Den" Pic
tures- big profits; sample outfit free.
Taylor Brothers, 2233 CUfton Ave., Chi
AGENTS to represent the factory di
rect. $75.00 per monyi. cspenwm ana
commission. 4-ln-One Mfg. Co.,
Express Bldg., "cagcw"-
WE START YOU IN BUSINESS, fur-
nluhtnr everything; men and women.
I $30.00 to $200.00 weekly operating our "New
tOiange, N. J.
HELP WANTED MALE
A seat, Salesmen and Solicitor.
$5 PER hundred for collecting names
and addresses. All or spare time, stamp
for particulars. Keystone Sales Co..
"REPlUaSENTATIVKS WANTED to
manage a mercantile business in their lo
cality under our Instructions; no capital
needed. The Consolidated System Co., 22
Butts Bldg.. 'Wichita. Kan
AN energetic man with higii-clat.- ref
erences will be given most exceptional
opportunity to establish hlmselt as bond
salesman. Evans & Co.. Otis Bldg., Chi
cago. . '
$6 TO Jli dally selling campaign book;
appeals to republicans and democrats; &0
paKes." fully illustrated. Price. 1. rret
outtit. Central Supply Co.. Kdsewood. la-"
SIDE-LINE, pocket samples; 10 minutes,
$10 romnusalon; high-grade men only;
no other need apply- Advertising Novelty
Co., Newton, Ia- -
wanted By strong land company
owning large tracts In Texas under de
velopment, townsltea, private oars, etc.,
high-class men to sell lots In new county
seat town on distribution plan, lands to
settlers and small tracts on monthly pay
ments. Talking qualities unsurpasseu.
Gilt edge "everyway. Liberal commis
sions and active . co-of. mnmuu
Land Company, K3 Monadnock , Block,
SALESMEN capable of earning $5,000
yearly. Unequalled tnctory specialty.
Iberal commission; iimiuuwni puniiio".
be Ensign Refining Co., t'leveland, Q.
$50 WEEKLY Salesmen to take orders
for cut rate groceries. Outfit free. Ex
perience unnecessary. Standard Mer
cantile Co.. Inc., 'Hippodrome Bldg.,
CANDY MAKING Simply, practically
taught; candy Kitcnen. proms
weekly; "V60" recipes, full Instructions,
IL50- free particulars. Frenchetti's
School Candy Making. Box 166. Chicago-
o . t iroJlirv Wanted Karn $250 per
DAUuPW " - ,
month, sell- dealers highly advertised
article, exclusively or sideline. No sam
ples to carry. Impertal Co., St. Louis,
dudtd a it ArtKNTS-Photos enlarged
on mercerised sateen pillow tops, 18xlS
inches, 28c. Portraits, frames, sheet Pic
tures. Catalogue free. Oak Park Por
trait Co.rOak Park. 111.
AfiKNTS Our compalgn book appealing
to democrats and republicans making
agents $6 to $12 dally. Only authorised
edition.. Over 800 pages. Credit given.
Biggest terms.. v ; Beautiful outfit free,
end sn tn hftln cover Postage. C. W.
Stanton Co., .Monon Block. Chicago.
WEEKLY selling collection cabinet.
to merchants.' No competition. c u
sive territory. Write for free samples
and descriptive matter. Sayers Co..
Laclede Bldg., St. Louis. Mo.
GREAT leaders and national 1s8,leB-J?1;"
cussed by Roosevelt. Wilson, Clark. Taft
and other prominent men; colored Illus
trations; only $1; greatest money maker;
extra terms; sample free. , Zlegler Co..
-yv , , . w " " r, , . .
nitcuniR SAT.RSMAN WANTED
We want a reliable and capable salesman
at once to carry our attractive line of
calendars, fans and advertising P"
tles in Nebraska; we have splendid line,
carefully selected by men long (In this
business and who have themselves sold
this class of goods on the road for years.
On our liberal commission basis plan a
salemen who will devote his time exclu
sively . to our. line, should have no diffi
culty in clearing from $o0 to $100 per
week. If you are a man who will work
and can sell goods! address Sales Man
ager, Kalamasoo Advertising Co.. Kala
mazoo Michigan. Attach this advertise
S o your reply an4 give full particu
lar? regarding .your -past. -business Pwl.
rf'Ac-K nMTi' vnur soars tirne into
monev -A poWlaP specialty whicTi makes
SuSai luSKm Appealing t? meanW
i i h.n cnmmlsslonemall
SnSn" Specialty Co.. 1812
COLLEGE 'MEN-Three bright young
men-of good appearance and address tp
interview DUBinctia ;r "
kiMv 1.00 weekly assured. Mercan-
tile Co.; 434 Okln Bldg.,' Newark, N. J.
Clerical and Office.,
' '" ' WE WANT; ' '.
Office ' manager and ' correspondent.
Prefer man with implement , experience.
$1,500. ' - f ' ".- .
Bookkeeper, lumber firm. $75. , ,.
Stenographer, out of city. , $i5. . .
Stenographer, lumber firm. $65. , ,
Bookkeeper, experienced. $75. -Office
clerk, quick and accurate in ngr
ures. $50. I .. '' . , ' '
Bookkeeper and stenogi apher, real es-
t&CO OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.,
. mi5 lti City National Bank. -
FULL, dress suits and party dresses for
sale- also tor rent. $1.00 to $1.50 a night.
"um SbtSmAN. 206 W, 17th. D. 312S.
Factory and Trades. -,
Drug store (snap) Jobs. Knlest, Bee Bldg.
wanted Moslac tile setter. Writs C.
v rw4hand. Sidney, Neb.
v.; . xi itrT.CvnorlencBd men on Brown
& Sharp automatic screw machines; also
hand screw machines. Monarch Telephone
Mil?. t;0.t run,
nr a tirrn Msii tfl learn the barber
trade- few weeks completes; another rush
for barbers this season; best trade In ex
ftenc? today ; good money; light, clean,
insldf work; call and investigate our
me hod or write for catlogue. Moler Bar
ber College, uv p-
"WANTED First class commercial
,iu,i. ais-n men. open snop.
Sign Shop, ues wuinr,
WANTED Machinist draughuman. 1220
Howard. - .
bttwh-.r Men keep out or Superior;
town Is flnnded with men.
YOU ARE WANTED for government
Dosition. $8 per month. Send postal for
fist of positions open. Franklin Institute,
n-nartment 217 P.. Rochester. N. Y.
r t K'Trrai men on sewer at Superior,
NebT trench work by foot, U0 on up.
MOVED TO OUR NEW TRAINING
SHOPS. he largest, unesi ana uw
equipped plant for automobile training.
Do you- want pleasant outdoor work,
.i.nu.anria of money making oppor
tunities? Write or call on us. Day or
night classes. 'Unlimited coiirae; libera
terms. NATIONAL AUTOMOBii-fcJ
TRAINING ASS'N, 2814 N, 20lh , St.,
Omaha, Neb. - ' '' "- ''
Tm GOVERNMENT POSITIONS
OPEN Write for list. Franklin Insu
tute. Dept tU P., Rochester. N. Y.
TELEGRAPH positions guaranteed you
hv h Union Pacific and Illinois Cen
tral railroads if you gain your training in
our school, rracucs on xu n. wirw. An
dreas for particulars, H. B. Boyles, Pres.
Boyles College, omana, jseo.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY Able-
bodied unmarried men between the ages
nf m and 3fi: citizens of United States of
good character and temperate habits who
can speajt, reaa ana wnu iu ivngwsii
language. For Information apply to re
cruiting officer, 13th and Douglas St.,
Omaha. Neb.; 607 4tb St,, Sioux City, la.;
13o N. 10th. 8L, Lincoln. Net).
WANTED A man well recommended
for steady , work on one of our routes;
cash or security bonds required if em
ployed. 1812 Farnam, The Alamito Dairy.
-WANTED Ambitious young man to be
come traveling salesmen and earn while
they learn. Write- for particulars. Brad
street System, Rochester, N. Y.
5u0 MEN 20 to 40 years old wanted at
once for electric railway motormen and
conductors; $60 to $100 a month; no ex
perience necessary; fine opportunity; no
strike; write Immediately for application
blank. Address Y 60, Bee.
- 25-CENT night rooms. Carey Hotel, 18th
$100MONTllLy and expcnsijx to travel
and distribute sample. U.r big manufac
turer; steady work. 8. Schcffer, 762 Sher
HELP WANTED MALE
Most thorough preparation. $5. Returned j
u noi appointeo. particulars iree. i.urri
can Civil Service School, Washtnrton,
HAVE ycu made, up your mind how "'
want to make your start In life? If not,
have you considered the V. S. Navy?
Most young men are surprised to discover
on Investigation how little they really
know about the opportunities in the Navy
for a successful career. To begin with,
every man Is given a thorough mental
and physical training, preparing him tor
his work. He is allowed to do work for
which h Is best fitted, as the variety of
duties in the Navy. Is wide. And there
are chances to Jearn and perform many
different trades. He is psld well from
the start and advanced regularly. These
things and many more are open to every
ambitious, serious minded young Ameri
can between the ages 'of 17 and 35 A
four years' enlistment In the Navy will
do more for a young man's character and
health than almost any position in civil
life. Call at the Navy Recruiting 8U
tlou, " Postoff Ice Building, Omaha. Neb.,
and talk with the officer In charge. Hs
will tell you all about pay, hours, promo
tion, chaces to save monoy, tne iino cwm
of men you'll meet, etc.. etc. Or send
for "The Making of a Man o' Warsman,
which describes fully the dally life of a
bluejacket, a fine, Interesting book, free.
Address Bureau of Navigation, Box e.
Navy Department. Washington, D. C
DiiuBiv -matt. I'LHRKS. carriers,
wanted; good pay, fine positions; iy for
instruction after you receiv 7""'""
Liberty Institute. , Dept. Sv. Rochester,
"ARB "YOU THE MANT HERE IS
nnnnrtunitv. Ns matter where you
ilve-if you want to wake big money
and establish yourself in an I.NDhPKND-t-MT
k.in.. rmoiiiriNO'.NO CAPI
TA L-we will teach you by ma". 'h
secrets of the REAL EST AT E BL8I-
NESS. Includina thorough COMMfctv
.1 i i iwr "htsic list .with you
readily salable properties, co-operate wttn
. ..a vnn tn nnrmanent success.
Our 64- PAGE FREE BOOK fully ex
plains our methods and tells what , it
means to the be the local representative
oldest and largest Co-Operatlve , Realty
a Dmb.ra aa Prtrnnrstlon In the world.
wrlte today to INTERNATIONAL
REALTY CORPORATION, 350 Manhattan
Bldg., Chicago, in-
w i MTMrv-.TOmip , lubllen slnaera and
other attractions for July Fourth celei
bratlon. Commission or straight price.
Write or phone for Geo. McKnlght, Bur
lington Junction. o. i
M A l,E OR PKMAI.B'
New Restaursnt, Humphrey,
BUNDLE washing, 0 centi i a ;.
rough dry, 25 cents a oosen.
WASHING and lronlr one. T.. H. MHO.
LADY wants day work. Call Red. 8206.
FIRST class practical nurse. Harney SiilO,
BUNDLE and family wash. Guaran
teed. Tel. Webster $677.
" u; i mtei vP,.lllnn hv fiiHt-class laun
dress Mondays and Tuesdays. , Phone
Webster 1163. '""V
wiKTer wmdwmI ladv with no chil
dren, wants position as housekeeper, for
widower with not more than two chil
dren, or elderly couple. Address, 1822 6th
Ave., uo. tiiuirs, j.
unatTinv wntrl tnr - 15-vear-old girl
,n ..t with hmuework or take care Of
children. Address Ella Johiiori General
Delivery, Omaha, Neb. -
.EXPERIENCED engineer and fireman
wants position, as; iW', fMf-
WANTED Work on ranch for summer
by husky youth, of lfc Atiarest ,a, oea.
CQLOKEU giri.'wsnts aay wpriu. t
itriusv. inins 'and . lAwh moWmit
prices reasonable; satisfaction. H.. 6874.
pt timmk:!? '. first-class, i wants 'work
good references furnished George-Willi
j t;an, care Mrs, nan, W
8. 16tl Hi
! WANTED A place to work In private
family; place to care for children; no
washing or ironing, vim narney m.
a nkat colored clrl would tike to go
away witn lamuy ior iue : umt
maid or nurse, s. 842, ues.
. POSlTiOW as traveling Hurouiau v.
Mveral vaars experience
In both capacities. References. , B 840,
tir vrim a r.nHit!nn traveHnsr
salesman. Prefer grocery line, but will
u-i n,hr iinca linn't think because
liaiiuic ui",', - -
I advertise, I am a dead one. Am Just
a stranger in me , cuy. y i r um.
dress. O 343 Bee.
w a ntkd Position as private secret
tary, stenographer or bookkeeper by a
young man, married; work occupying
half or less of his time. Address C W
Bee. ' ' - - ''' .-v:
vmm.R air d ladv. . desires t nositlo
a hniiHAicAAner. in rennea noma, nu uu
lection to .children, school ge, highest
city reference. Phone Ind. B 1924, or so
dress. O 318 Bee office. ' ..
wiNTF.n-A steadv lob summer and
winter on a farm, by man snd wife and
tn i-hlldren. Can sDeak Polish and Ger
man. Willis Paris. 46 and K, South'
Omaha. j ;
WAJTRn--For 4th of July celebration
at Missouri Valley, Iowa, good merry-go-round,
balloon, first class base ball
club and other moral amusements. Write
4th of July Committee. Missouri vauey,
OMAHA FILM EX. " a
Motion picture machine and film bargains.
WISNER. NEB., CELEBRATES JUL
FOURTH. WRITE OR PHONE A. J.
WEST FOR CONCESSIONS FOR
WANTED For our Fourth of July eel-
ehrntlnii . r-nnrwaalnns. fine attractions,
fine hanil halinnn man. merry-go-round;
we always have tho crowds. Write 1. A.
Blntcky, Onawa, la.
WfiOh River Concert band open for en-
gagementa at fairs, carnivals and Fourth
of July; sixteen uniformed men. Address
wm. Bturchcomb, Mgr., wuuu ntr,
SOFT drinks. Ice rream, fandy, pea
nuts and . popcorn, fruits, liooi-la and
paddle wneel concessions for Red Men f
carnival, June 2 to July e, 1M2, St,
Maurice Katleman. 1508 Harney. Plione
r- 1 : ,.r-
OMAHA ART AND FRAME CO.. new
location 1711 Leavenworth. 20 per cent
discount on pictures and framing. U. 1004,
NEBRASKA SEWING MACHINE
AND REPAIR CO.
Expert repairing. Better work for less
money. Work guaranteed. Full line of sup
plies. One doa. needles free wlih every re
pair job, 1813 8t Mary's. Red 72o7, A-3931.
' DOUGLAS Printing Co. Tel. Doug. 64..
ALL will be forgiven, Mary. If you will
meet me at the Sign of the Crown and
the Golden Stairs on 16th and Dougtas
streets. That is where BRODEGAARD
sells those lucky wedding rings.
GET your diamonds at Brodegaard's.
rtiMTifNTn HA HAN A CIGAR.
i.! Box GO, postpaid. $2.76; try half dosen; It
not satisfactory money rmunuwi.
TON DRUG CO.. 1603 Farnam. O... -a.
M. E. Morrill, china paint. 833 Brandels f h
OMAHA TENT CO. Tel. 822 Douglas.
8tevennoii, carpenter, cont, Both 'phone.
THE collection of coins In the Unitt &
Docekal Drug Co. window at 17th and
Farnam is for sale.
D. 8. Griffith, wig mf r., 12 Frenzer
WANTEI Repair work ol all klndi.
M-lndt iri nw tin. Cs Ind. B-Sttli.
General machine repairs; lawn mawein
sharpened. Jshn Brice, 811 8. Uth, D-$j78.
ANCHOK FENCE CO.,
Iron and wire fences cheaper than wood;
j,tfl , lifetime. 2U7 N.L'tn. 1'hon Ue.l
Bath tubs $12.50. Offerman 11 10 Douglas.
FOR livery, saddls hon.es. boarding of
roiree. call Roy Younw, Doug. 1032.
LUA.M v, ,
In sums to
1110 Bee Bldg.
'Phono Doug. 2m
UNION LOAN CO.
H. Cole Sign Co. D. $76. 1316 Farnatn.
wenty per cent less than Omaha price.
HOMB FURNITURE CO..
Twenty-fourth and L Sts., South Oma-a.
Upholstering, piano, turn. rep. 2.04 Far.
W eddlng announcements. lHiuy. I'tg. VL
Guarantee Laundry. Fine work. D. 137$.
FOURTH OK Jll. c ftlHl.ratt'Jii w!H be
given by the Bennington Plattdeutcher
Vcreln at the UnmKion pari.. For
concessions vlte to V. 11. Ul.sciimer,
Bennington, Neb. '
Neb. Seed Co.. 1201 Jones. Both 'phones.
Omaha BUI Posting Co., 1915 Har. 1X 2034,
BVh' H I 'V hi Cleaning and Dyo Works
Ws call and deliver. Moth phones.
Soreens Weirlch Fixture Co.. Web. 25:7.
HIBBELER 'S PARK,
White people only. For information call
Harney 2421 '
GRANDMA'S Wild Cherry Phosphatu,
cheaper, than lemonade; all grocers.
L'All VC! Eastman Goods, complete
iwumw; .t0CK Largest finishing
department In the west.
THE ROBERT DEMPSTER TO,,
1813 Farnam St., and 308 S. 16th St.
Expert piano tuning, repairing, refinli-h.
Ing. Sohmoller A Mueller, D. 1623; A-lt2&.
EAT KOrtHER HOME COOKING.
ARKINS. 31 8. 1STH, UPSTAIRS.
NOHT1IRUP LETTER DUPLICATING
Co., 506 Psxton Blk.; circular letters, any
quantity; oldest established company, cv
perts of Multtgraph snd Nenatyle.
V GOOD FISHING
if v-nn want to damn out this summer,
see F. l. Anaerson, or pnone wm, wj.
- . ... . .AIM
Western Millinery School
'' ' "' Kn.K&.m PAXTON BLK.
nv and nlsht classes start July 1. Join
now and be prepared tor lau iraae.
Patents developed. 110 S. Uth. D, 4681.
t "V a fv . j T.REPAIRING,
Murphy Did It
Your TIRE EXPENSES cut In two.
Expert tire repairing; work guaranteed.
AUTO TIRE REPAIR CO.. 1822 Farnam.
INTERNATIONAL delivery auto., fins
ntnel too. In good rennlr. price risht.
Phcne Doug. 5320, Frank H. Gibson, 2111
TIRE REPAIRING J;t
tires. Wt make them almost as good ss
new. Nothing but highest priced and new
materials usea. - ah work guaranteed.
Arthur Stors Auto Supply Co., 2020 Far
nam.- , .ii
OMAHA TIRE REPAIR CO,
Omaha's Exolusive Ttrs Repair House,
kui rarnam. - rnone lyier UaZ.
aaau r arnam oireei.
j ; phpn D0uflai 839. -:
- - - -'- - '
I White Steam ears, laU models, fins
condition. $600 and $660. -
Auto lamp repaired. Omaha Sliver Co.
2318 Harney St
1(Th. P. STANLEY steamer. In good
cohdltidn, 2 or 4 passenger. Phone D.
6320,. Frank H. Gibson, 2112 Cass St. -
SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILES
TWO high grade Firestone Columbus
touring cars; new models, new cars. Reg
ular price $2,500.00, close out $1,600.00 each.
Biggest auto bargain in Omaha. No
trade considered. Haclne "Sattley . Com
pany of Nebraska, 10th St. Viaduct.
FOR HALE-Cheap. B'rankiln 5-pasBen-ger
-touring car. Pnone Douglas. 2600 or
.in, j w lu.
'. ; 7 ' L. 7-passenger..,.$ '700
M F. 7-passenger.'.., 1,200 -
, . 8 F. Limousine 2.100
OA. t-passenger 000
SEVERAL OTHER MAKES OF
CARS AT REDUCED PRICES.
J. J. DER1GHT COMPANY,
1818 Farnam Ht. Omaha, Neb.
CARTKIt car roadster, only run 3,300
t'ordi"T" touring car, good condition,
Hupmoblle roadster, good condition,
$400.00. . . .
W. N. H ELLEN MOTOR CAR CO.,
2416 Farnam St.
FOUR b-passe.nger automobiles for sale
cheap. Rushing imos., HOiilh Omaha,
WELCH SEVEN-PASSENGER CAR,
SLiUHTLY USED FOR .DEMONSTRA
'I ION, WILL ACCEl'T OLD t'AR IN
TRADE. UH MAKE VERY ; ATTRACT
IVE CASH PRICE. i
.xEA4it.-Li.icrv AUTO '-COMPANY,
.Via fAHNAM 81.
Peraisteut Advertising Is the Road it
Bijj Rot urns. : ' " ' '"
TO get in or out of business call on
GANG-TaD, 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D. Mil.
To quickly buy or sell business, any kind,
a'ywh're. Kennebec Co., o42 Bee Bl g, Om.
.u Hotnery. Lutine and Real Estate
Exclian.e co. uuom ulj. AicCague Bids.
GAijULlNU turbine, well adapted motor
for automobiles, motor boats, aeroplanes,
aiso automatically balancing Monomane
mechanical engineer aesires manufactur
ing capital, sell patents royalt.e. ur.epe,
70, Prospect Avenue, New tors.
, rO.M Building and Loan. Associatioiu
we hear are . . -i , .
TLRNING MONEY AWAY
because they cannot place It with profit
to tneir stocxnoiaers.
We have a uozen or, so of gilt-edged
first moita.es on Nebraska Irrlguted
tarms, bearing 0 per cent interest; the
security being at leapt twice thu amount
ot the loan, which we offer at face and
accrued interest. . "
These we can conscientlonsly recohi.
mend to the man or woman with $2,000 ot
$5,000 in Invest.
To those with a smaller sum we advlao
Investigation of our
SAVINGS BONDS, .
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGES,
BEARING 6 PER CENT INTEREST
and Issued In $100 amounts or multiples.
Call or write ..'
, PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
' 15th and Farnam Sts.. omana, -'Neb.
SYNDICATE -erecting luxurious 600-
roorrt hotel middle western city, will con
slder leasing sam to responsible party
lor long term. J.. 'Olson, 607 6thAve.,
New yors. ,
TO LEASE The.r snd equipment for
aale; great opportunity for-responsible
.i i in i that, understands vaudeville. Popu
lation ls.wv. uniy email smoqni ot casn I
required. Address, Box 71, Ashland, Ky.'j MISS PETERS piano teacher.. Web. 1004,
STOCK and Bond House of reputation,
with the best of connections, that can
furnish references of cdrporatlons where
Issues of stocks and bonds have been sold
during the last five years, will consider
the sale of an Issue of stocks and bonds
In corporation of merit. New projects or
ganized and securities sold. Horace H.
Hastings & Company, Rockefeller Bldg,
OFFICE business dealing with bwt
firms In Omaha. Close to $3,000 a year
Income. Will consider, good property lu
exchange. - F 336, Bee
We nave for sale choice
mortgages on Improved
Nebraska farms bearing
7 per cent., ranging in
amounts from $350 to $5,000.
None of these mortgages
exceed 30 per cent of the market value of
the farn-.s. Call on us for further par
ticulars. v , -,
KLOKE INVESTMENT CO.. '
801 Omaha Nat. Bk. Buldg., Omaha, Neb
THAT PROTECT ANT) PAY.
Books, Advices, Search snd iTPTTTi?.
List of . Inventions Wanted vlJi-
i'end sketch or model for search. Highest
references. Best results. Promptness as
sured. - , . .. .
Watson E. Coleman, Pat. Law 'r
622 F 8t.. N. W. . Washington. D. C.
BUTCHER'S ice box and patent oil tank
for sale. See Omaha Fixture and Supply
Co., '2th and Howard. Douglas 2724.
3 GOOD bakeries, good locations. Fins
business. 215 N. 26th St.
FOR SALE Building, crooery Stock
and three lots, $1,800. Address Mrs. T, J.
urowne, wayside. Neb.
FOR SALE $16,000 stuck nf rWn nwr.
chandise and new fixtures, In town of
1.200 In western Iowa: good business and
good location. Address Y 60, Bee.
FOR SALE The only restaurant . In
town of 800. Write or call on Owen Brad
ley, uesnier. Neb.
FOR SALE-Mllllnery store on pay
ments or will trade.. In Iowa town. Ad
dress, Y 53, Bee. , ..
FOR SALE Grocery and butcher ahnn.
good reason for selling; reasonable price.
rnone iyier . .. ...
UP-TO-DATE confectionery for 12.200.
In good Nebraska town; reason for sell
ing. Y 57. Bee.
FOR SALE A live $4,500 stock of hard.
ware and farming Implements In the most
tnriving town in eastern Colorado; will
trade for good land or cash. For partlcu-,
lars address Y 30. cars Bee. - t
BRANDON. Manitoba. Woitarn 'anuria S
15,000 city now. arowlna fast, will
quickly reach 50,000; live center of rtuh
prospering area; Brandon hat openings
In all lines of business: fine Investment
opportunities; ambitious men can do well
in Brandon; convincing Information sup
plied oy tiranaon. commercial . Bureau.
TEN THOUSAND PRACTICE.
To sell, a one-half interest in a TEN
THOUSAND dollar yearly cash business.
in a town or a thoroughly equipped
and up-to-date office, and all modern
equipments. The man must be up-to-date
and from 40 to 60 years of age and
able to take charge of the business. Ad
dress Lock Box m), Shenandoah, Iowa.
I HAVE $100.i00 which 1 desire to Invest
in a sound, profitable business capable of
expansion and promising substantial re
turns, x &, wee. i
$30,000 STOCK GENERAL MERCHAN
DISE, STRICTLY F1R9T-CLAB. WITH
E8TABLI8HKD MONEY MAKING
BUSINESS WESTERN IOWA, 66 CT8.
FOR A WUICK DEAL.- Y 69, OMAHA
BF.K. ' ' . -;" ' -'
THE only leading merchant tailoring
establishment in a good lows town;
railroads; 1,600 tnhabitants; spienaio mo
tion: catering to 4h best trifln or
wn; good olaanlug fVtfy
WHte. for a-bft.n if can sell
y, .Address Y 64. Be.
FOR' SAL)-$9,00 ttvn. mde stock;
clan staple; also building," eastern Neb.
town; at 80c; -no trades., Address Y 63,.
Bee.' ' "- - . s .
FURNITURE and lease of 35-room ho
tel in good county seat town. Price $1,400,
UAJsGSTAD. Room 404 Bee Bldg.
BARBER shops for sale; $300, $460, $550--and
others. . .'. .
GANUdi'AD, 'Room 404 Be Bldg.
FINELY equipped picture show. Wilt
take Omaha cottage or garage stock up
to $2,000; balance cash. Pries $3,400. Ad
dress F 351.-Bee. .
LouuWUif Mouse lor Sale.
ONR nf the laraest ' bargains ever of
fered; 20-room house, good money maker..
must DS sola at once regaraiean ui iJiiuti,
make offer quick. Tel. Tyler 1545.
fi.nvpA'.nnnM. nlnelv furnished, mod
ern rooming house, best locality; snap If
taken- immediately. 1915 Chicago.
D-ROOM flat, partly furnished, for sala
reasonable. ,616 N. 22d.
. - Attorneys.
O. W. Ehlelds. Attorney. $27 B. of Trade.'
v Bag . Maaaf aotarers. ,
BEMIS OMAHA BAG- CO., Omaha. Neb.
DR. ROY. 1505 Farnam. Douglas 649T.
. Clothlas JUaaufactarers.
Wear Ideal dress shirts. M. E. Smith Co.
C.ralce and steel Celltngs.
CARTER Sheet Metal Works. - Omaha.
Creameries, Dairies and supplies.
Fairmont's Diadem butter. Always good.
DAVID COLE CREAMERY COMPANY.
L. W. LONGNECKER, 617 Karbach Blk.'
Omaha Secret Ssrv. 42$ Paxton blk. D. 1319.
JAMES ALLAN 81$ Neville Blk. Evi
dence secured In all cases. Tyler. 1136.
. .v - - . Draftlas. ,::
Jacobl ft . Wilson, 731 Bran.The. D. 2047.
Dressmaking by the day. Webster 6435.
DRESSMAKING. Tel. Harney 8999.
Mrs. Hodgen, 1202 N. 27th. Phone S. 2065.
SPECIALTY One-piece dresses and chil
dren's clothing. 839 S. 24th. Red 6347.
Terry's Dressmaking college, 20th & Far.
Bailey, the dentist. City Nat'l. D. 2366.
Mach & Mach, 3d floor Paxton. D. 1085.
Taft's dental rooms. 1517 Doug. D. 21S&.
Everythlac for Women.
Dr. Babcock Co., 202 Wltnnell. 15 & Har.
Curtains laundered. Mrs. Carmody. H 4529
Electric lighting fix., wholesale and retail.
Burgese-Granden Co., 1511 Howard. D. 681.
ARD ELEC. CO.. 317 S. 13th. D. S9SL ;
Feed Mills and Stores.
Feed, all kinds. Glencoe Mills. 2332 Izard.
A: Donaghue, 1607 Far. D. 1001: A-1001.
HESS & 8WOBODA, 1415 Farnam St.
L HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. D. lSt
BATH'S FLORISTS, B yd Theater Bid.
5' ',.' -;...... KiSaadrles, ;
McDonald brass and bronze foundry, alu
minum, tin. lead castings. 1407 Jackson.
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Maslc, . Art and t-Huifoatfea.
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