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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1912.'
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Name and Address. Age.
Andrew Pearson, Omaha 4
Hanna M. Larson, Omaha !
Howard F. Dolson, North Platte a
Myrtle A. Cassman, Omaha W
Lorenso II. Simmons, Omaha., 35
Myrtle M. Stuart, Omaha
William E. Palmer, Harper, Kan ht
Abigail F. Herrington, Omaha 40
Roy Cafferty, Omaha.....
Sarah Emmot, Omaha S
lister E. McCullough. Tekamah.. 2S
Laura Anderson, Tekamah... 3
Henry Mader. South Omaha 27
Minnie L. Miller, South Omaha 33
"William H. Bowes. Benson 23
Letts M. Reed, Benson. 2
John L. Schneider, Omaha
Emma Watton. Omaha............ 28
Christ Sorensen, Castana, la If
Emmy Jensen, Casta na. Ia 22
Peter D. Theodore. Clarks 2
Miranda Clarks. Clarks.. 32
BIRTHS A.D DEATHS. .
Births-Martin and B. Babacek. 3025
Arbor, boy; William and Mary Bradford,
iUSo Franklin, boy; George A. and Nellie
Bowyer, 225 Fort, girl; James and Luelle
Cousin. $08 South Twentieth, boy; J. and
'Mary Hulac. 1607 Hickory, boy; Frits and
Martha Klbar, 715 South Twenty-fifth,
.boy; a F. and H. Under, 4334 Seward,
girl; G. arid N. Netherly, hospital, girl;
,f. and C. Thimsan, 2426 Saratoga Court,
Deaths James H. Buckley, 68. hospital;
fl. L. Garman, 2, Twenty-seventh and
Howard; Clarence Logan. 31. hospital;
Harry Proctor. 23, hospital; Herbert C.
Russell, CO, 3407 North Nlnteenth; L.
Rlckes, S, 1405 North Eighteenth.
The following building permits have
H. E. Olson, Fortieth snd Boyd, frame
dwelling, tl.500; Scott Hill, 2116 Miami,
'frame dwelling,. $1,800; Mrs. I. Kennedy,
622 North Thirty. fifth, trams dwelling.
$2,500; N. 0. Tallbot 31s South Nlnteenth,
brick office building, $6,000.
HELP WANTilD '-FEMALE
Clerical and Ulllei,
Stenographer, wholesale, $50.'
- Stenographer, Grand Island, Neb. $60.
Stenographer and bookkeeper, Smith
.Premier. 135. -
Stenographer, Co. Bluffs. 145.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.,
KU-M City Nat l Bank Bldg.
Vaetory ana Trades.
FTFTT girls to work on new shirts,
cotton gloves, overalls, etc Steady work
at good wages. Clean, cool workrooms.
Ask for Mr. Dobeck. U. E. Smith ft C.,
Hh and Douglas Sts.
, iiouwekeepers and Domestics. .
THE SERVANT GIRL PROBLEM
fOLVEO-The Bee wilt run a Servant
Girl Wanted Ad FREE Until you get the
cesircd results. This applies to residents
ttf Omaha, South Omaha and Couooll
Bluffs Bring your ad to The Bas otUoe
1 r te'epnon Tylor, UOU.
WANTED Housekeeper; I In .family;
middle aged white lady preferred, 4 miles
from town;' good wages and permanent
position to the right person. Address 3.
S. Reynolds, Loup City, Neb. R. Ft D. 1.
WANTED A competent girl for gen
eral housework; good wages. Telephone
Harney 8684. Residence 8040 Cass St.
"WA5."TED A girl for general house
work; on who Is a good cook; laundress
employed. 416 So. 88th St Telephone
Harney 3650. -
WANTED Girl for general housework;
good references required. 24 8. 83d St.
WANTED First-class cook with good
reference. Apply, Mrs, W. H. McCord,
' WANTED A cook. Phone Harney
lOTt Good wages. . -
WANTED Lunch counter waitress at
, Millard hotel. '
WANTED Dining room girl and woman
to help cook, $0 per week, room board
;and laundry. Park hotel, Audubon, la.
WAN TED Good white atirl for general
hounewoi. H.- Krasney, 2606 California,
COMPETENT girl for general house
,work. Mrs. Arter, 412 N. 3ath St. H. 5863;
GIRL or woman for general housework;
one who can go home- nights preferred.
431 N. th.. .
GOOD girl for general housework. 1544
N. 19th. Tel. W. 3756.
.WANTED A cook; good wages. Apply
101 8. rath St.; owner; wtn and uooge.
only "three In family; must understand
cooKing. sxx Harney Bt.
NURSE girl, U08 S. Eighteenth St..
'" COMPETENT girl for general house
work. Mrs Hall. 413 N. 39th St Tel. Har
ney 5866 or Ind. B-2755.
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; good wages. Tel. Harney
84. White only. 2848 California St.
WANTED at pnee, .M for general
for s;eneral houaSwork. IBIS Wirt
St. W. 2572.
WANTED Good girl for general house
work. Small family; good wages. H. 388.
COMPETENT girl for general house,
work in family of two. Must have ref
erences. Mrs. Benjamin S. Baker, 102
South 38th St. ' - -
WANTED-An experienced second girl.
137 South 35th St.-
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Apply to 303 North 30th. Phone H. S8S5.
YOUNG women eommg to Omnha ai
Strangers are invited to visit the Young
V omen's Christian association building
St St Mary's Ave., and lHh. St. whet
thsy will ba di reined to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look foi
niif trsse lers gild at thn tlnlon station,
GIRL to Isarn halt dressing. Oppeobsiin
parlors. Id floor. City National.
WANTED A neat appearing widow or
maiden lady not over 5 year of age, to
travel with operator end demonstrate.
Good salary and expense. Address A
US, Omaha Bee. - - -:
HELP WANTEr -MALE
Aifuit, ealvsuirn uU suliellor.
ftE want ambitious men of good char
acter in eecn county of every stats to
take orders for our high-class groceries
of farmers., ranchers, hotels and restau
rants; permanent employment; we teaert
Inexpereinced men; experienced men earn
. from to to 130 per day; we advancs com
missions. Sales Dept., George Meldrum
Co.. Chicago, 111.
20 WANTED 2a
Men of good moral character, over the
age of 2L to solicit In-Omaha and South
Omaha. A good proposition for the right
parties; must furnish references. Call at
Room 610, Paxton Bldg. Office hours
from 9 to 12 a. m.. and to t p. m. J. A.
Schroeder. National Director.
WANTED Live deputies. ' Benevolent
Protective order Camels. Room 631 .fax
ton Block. .-
LIVE wires to take orders on a big
bargain installment magazine proposition;
good jiay. See Campbell, 51, randei
HELP WASTED MALE
Agents, saleatnvn and Solicitors.
WANTED Bright man with a little
cash to take active interest in estab
lished wholesale bouse. Address L
WANTED Man with road exoerience
for city 'work. No door bells. Call 1920
larnam St., Room 14. Alo want lady to
take orders. ,
WANTED-Salesman, Bohemian, to
solicit orders for beer and whisky on the
road. Permanent place for competent
man. Address, giving full particulars,
Vlastimll Sladex, Manager, 308 W. 8th
St., Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED At once, two wide-awake,
well dressed (single) men of good habits
to travel with manager and solicit: ex-
Driftiic nnf neiitrv Pill at Mer
chant Hotel Wednesday 4 to 6 p. m. ;
j nursaay 10 12 a. m. ana 2 to t p. m.
H. C. Looper.
WANTED A good live man to co-operate
with me in interesting land seek
ers In the famous Rosebud country,
where I have a fine list of cheap farms.
Address M. H. Russell, Gregory, 8. D.
SALESMEN wanted to handle line of
laces ' and embroideries for the 'stste of
Nebraska on commission basis.' One re
siding In the state preferred, covering
all small and large towns. Goidwater
Rro.. importers, 618 Broadway, New
AGENTS Steady employment and good
pay for summer season to a few reliable
men. Write at once for particulars. 'C.
riossman.,215 West 3rd street, Ellensburg,
Clerical nnd office.
Office clerk, young man, wholesale, U'.
Stenographer, northern Minnesota. 175
3 stenographers, Wyoming, $S3.
Billing clerk, rapid typewriter. $60.
Hookkeener. Implement, i'16.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO..
1015-1 City Nat'l Bonk Bldg.
FULL dress suits and party dresses for
sale; also for rent, 11.00 to $1.60 a night
JOHN FELPMAN, 20 N. 17th. D. 3128.
$70 MONTHLY for man to manage
branch office, eastern Neb. Small In
vestment for fixtures. Address Capital
Collection Co., Del Moines, Ia.
WANTED Mexican stenographer. State
experience and salary. Address Box 777,
Kansas City, Mo.
A BIG money making .proposition to a
right party as solicitor for a reliable
firm; Investigate this opportunity. 2673
St. Mary's Avs west basement door.
Faeiury and Trades.
Drue store fnsn Jot's. Tfnlest. Bee Bldg.
76 MEN, 20 to 30 years old, wanted at
once for railroad firemen and brakemen,
$S0 to SI 40 a month; experience unneces
sary; -no strike. For application blank
address T 76, care of Bee.
WANTED Men to learn barber trsda.
Jobs for' every graduate. Our aim Is to
save time. Done by free customers. Our
teachers give special Instructions.' See
our offer. Moler Barber College. 110 S.
CAR REPAIRERS WANTED.
Liberal piece work schedule. Sheffield
Cr ft Equipment Co., Kansas City, Mo.
PLASTERERS wanted. Martin .Hotel
building, 8loux City, la. ;
BARBER wanted at ones. George J.
Gibbons, O'Neill, Neb.
GOVERNMENT jobs open. Write for
list Franklin Institute, Dept 314 R.
Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY Able
bodied unmarried men between the ages
of 1 and 35; cltlsona of United States of
good character and temperate habits who
can speak, read and write the English
languttge. For information apply to re
cruiting officer, 13th and Douglas Bt
Omaha. Neb.; SOT 4th St.. Sioux City, la.;
130 N. 10th St., Lincoln. Neb.
fee night rooms. Carey Hotel, 433 8. 18th.
""TELEGRAPH positions guaranteed you
by the Vnlon Paolfto and Illinois Cen
tral railroads If you gain your training In
our aohooL Practice on R. R. wires. Ad
dress for particulars. H. B. Boyles, Pres.
Boylas Col lent), Omaha. Nsb.
YOU CAN EARN MORE MONEY .
In the automobile business; ' chauffeurs,
repairmen, demonstrators, are in big de
mand and command 'arge salaries; pre
pare yourself In OU large training shops,
where you learn how to operate, repair
and sell all makes of ears.
National Auto Training Assn.
211 N 20th St.. Omaha. Nsb.
' WANTED Experienced men at our
houses at Carter lake. Report today.
Omaha toe and Cold Storage Co.
MALE AND FEMALE.
MEN and women wanted for govern
ment positions, 180 month. Writs tor list
of positions open. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 217 R. Rochester. N. Y.
' r '" 1
WANTED a situation as chauffeur by
young man, have had three years ex
perience In machine shop. Wm. F. Bas
ham, Hotel Howard. Omaha, Neb.
BUNDLE washing, 60 cents a dosen,
rough dry, 15 oents a dozen. Web. 3183.
Bundle & family wash. Guaranteed. W3677,
Bundle or day workl W. 3427." (CoVored.)
WANT position with real estate firm;
well acuuointed in city; A-l references;
ags 34: German descent. Address B 463,
ELDERLY Christian man wants work
as Janitor or to chore around hotel or
boarding house. Webster 7115.
WANTED Day work by woman, wash
ing orhouse cleaning. Call Web. 7115.
r W A NTES-Pbsltlon ; clerical and type
writer experience; good education, ref
erences; in or out, of doors. Address
J 477. Bee.
YOUNG widow desires position as
housekeeper In Plain home. References
furnished if desired. Give full particulars
and telephone number In letter. Address,
u m, care tiee.
YOUNG lady wishes to assist with
housework and act as companion to lady;
wen educated: German: aood references.
Address H 478, Bee.
Wslhalla tor vacation. Ask Real. D. 41T1.
DOUGLAS Printing Co7Tel. Doug. 6a
GET your dlumonds at Brodcgaard's.
rU S. Grltflth, wig nifr.. U Frenssr Hik.
Plumes Repaired SiUmrfufx8
Stevenson. (Mrpuntor, cont. Both 'phones.
OMAHA TENT CO., Tel Douglas 882.
iwuiuy per cent ls than Omaha prices.
HOME FURNITURE CO..
Twenty-fourti. snd L Sts.. south Omaha.
. . . ... . ' V u liU 1 1.-
lng. Oliver Cole, bong. 37ns, aa Parker.
EL CO.NTKNTO HA11ANA CiGAR.
Box 50, postpaid, ti.ti: try half dosen: If
not satisfactory money refunded. BEA
TON DRUG CO.. ia Farnam. Omaha.
S. H. Cole Sign Co. D. (Titt. 1816 Fat nam.
GRANDMA'S Wild Cherrv PhosDhate.
cneayer man lemonaae: an grocers.
Omaha Bill Posting Co., Wi Hut. D. 203i
Guarantee Laundry. Fine work. i. Uii.
lO LOAN LOW
rats, in sums to
suit. 310 Bee Bldg.
PhOne Dau. M
TRY'our We cream bread, alwayairesh.
Leavenworth St. bakery. J707 Lea v.
Wedding announcements. ' Doug. Ptg. Co.
Upnoutwring. piano, rurn. rep. 2A Far.
SWIMMING. . ? .
Learn bow at the Metropolitan. No bet
ter pool In United States. Filtered run
ning water. Classes and swimming par
ties for men, women and children. Tele-
pone uougias ,
M. E. Murilli. unina paint. 833 Brandels A h
ALL will be forgiven, Mary, It you will
meet me at the lga of the Crown and
the Golden Stairs on 16th and Douglas
streets. That is where BRODEUAAKD
sails those lucky wedding rings.
THRK.SHlN'f; wuntrri nam mil ft nur.
chased this year; 40x82 separator; 25-h. p.
ensine; can snip any time; enough work
must be guaranteed to cover expense ot
shipment Address George W. JB, Scott
Ashland, Neb. R. F. D. 1
EAT KOSHER HOME COOKING.
ARKINS. 316 S. 15TH. UPSTAIRS.
Flour is Down
. The best in the market Satisfac
tion guaranteed or money refunded.
Forty-eight-pound Back, $1.25.
801 Xorth 16th St.
ANCHOR FENCE CO.,
Iron and wire fences cheaper than wood;
last a lifetime. 207 N. 17th. Phone Red 814.
TvTiDAKM Eastein goods, complete
ivuunivo ,lock. Largest finishing
department in the west.
THE ROBERT DEMPSTER CO.,
1813 Farnam St. and 308 S. 13th St. '
NORTHRUP LETTER DUPLICATING
Co., 606 Paxton Blk.; circular letters, snjr
quantity; oldest established company; ex
perts of Mu!ti6raph and NeoMvle.
OMAHA FILM EX. "L",..
Motion picture machine and film bargains
WANIH.I) Arrrnnrlnna m.pru.i.it.
round," airship and concessions for the
CftlehrAtlftn nf the 9th ann(v.Naiv r.
Bruno, Neb., August 24 and 25. For
iurcner iniormation write to J. A. pros
WE are uen for attractions for Old
Settlers, picnic, August 21. A. R. Wil
son, secretary, Allen, Neb.
WANTED Show troun for alrdoma
during street fair, August 18. 29, 30; good
stage, fences, etc.; space 50x70 feet for
tent; siuow afternoon and evening. Ad
dress W. T. Weddell. Murdock, Neb.
2 Whits Steam cars, late models, fins
condition, tfioo and $650.
M . 1 TV J TA REPAIRING,
REPAIRING AND STClPiftlT
On 30th between Harney and Howard Sts
OMAHA TIRE REPAIR CO..
Omaha's Exclusive Tire Repair House,
tan rsrnam. rnone Tyler looz.
TIRE REPAIRING?.' UP--
tires. We make them almost as good as
new. Nothing but highest priced and new
materials used. All work guaranteed.
Arthur Stors Auto Supply Co.. 2030 Far
nam, FOR BALE ."Welch" n0-hnrsDower
7-passenger touring car with the follow
ing equipment: Mohair top, windshield,
jonea- speedometer, demountable rims,
Klaxon horn and Presto-O-Lite tank. The
car Is In first-class condition and a bar
gain, - First cash effer of $1,300 takes it
Address, Van Brunt Auto Co., Council
Your TIBE RVPHNliirii om In tain
EXDert tlra rpnairtnff: work rwartkntMl
AUTO TIRE REPAIR CO.. 1922 Farnam.
O'DONOVAN A PEASE, garage, re-
pairing, livery and storage. 731-735 N.
24th. South Omaha. Phone South 169.
SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILES
FOUR 5-passenger automobiles ToT sale
cheap. ' Rushing Bros., South Omaha.
FOR SALE Five-passenger Bulck.
model "16." car Is in excellent shaoe.
Call Harney 404. a. B. Griffith, owner,
Park and Dewey Aves.
WRITE for list of used motorcycles.
We carry a full line of Thor and Excelsior
parts. Any make of motorcycle repaired.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.. Omaha,
Yale. Harley-Davldson and used motor
cycles. Victor H. Roos, 2703 Leavenworth.
G A NGE9TAD, 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D. 8477.
! BUTCHER'S Ice bon and patent oil tank
for sale; See Omaha Fixture and Supply
Co.; Itth and Howard. Douglas 2724.
RESTAURANT outfit for sale cheap.
Inquire 336 Broadway, Council Bluffs, Ia.
ARE YOU LOOKING
Ralston Is Omaha's manufacturing sub.
Urb, connected with Omaha and South
Omaha by electric car line and macadam
Ralston Is on the Burlington and Mis
souri Pacific railroads.
Ralston bas three going manufacturing
plants and two other large factories are
n course of construction. The five fac
tories will furnish employment for a town
of 2,000 people.
Ralston has a two-story pressed brick
school building, a number of store rooms
and a country club of nearly 200 members,
who havs just completed a sw.wv ciud
RALSTON offers an especially gooa
opening for a Bank, Newspaper, Bakery,
brug store ana rnysician, noarumg
House, Restaurant, Furnlturs and Hard
ware Store. Blacksmith Shop. Carpenter
Shop, Elevator and a Flour Mill.
Full information for tne asKing.
RALSTON TOWNSITE COMPANY,
. mU. 17th St. 'Phones 3S67.
Ed Rotherv. Business snd Real Estate
Exchange Co., Room 313 McCague Bldg.
GROCERY and meat fixtures must be
sold; no room for them; dirt cheap; R.
Tizara, 220 N. 23d St
ELDERLY couple wants work In the
country or city, 2003 Cass St Roths. .
RELIABLE party with capital can se
cure permanent position. Franklin, 681
WANTED Partner by brick con
tractor: must bo good mechanic and
have mall canltal: aive full Dartlculars:
all correspondence confidential. M 474.
CONFECTIONARY and ioe cream par
lor; bargain for thirty days. Bog 364,
Wahoo, Neb. '
BARGAIN In Colorado fruit land; must
sell. Franklin. 6S1 Brandeia Bldg.
FOR SALE My harness shop, tools.
stock and machinery together with an
entire shoe repairing outfit. ' Apply to
Karl Kaplin, Verdsl. Net).
STOCK and bond house of reputation.
with beat connections, that can furnish
references of corporations where issues
of stocks snd bonds have been sold dur
tng the past five years; will consider
the sale of an issue of stocks and bonds
In corporation of merit; 'new projects
organised and securities sold. Horace
H. Hastings & Co... Rockefeller Bldg.,
'DRUG store for sale; elegant store
room; good town; clean stock; doing
good business; at a bargain; no trade
Address Y 103, Omaha Bee. :
BEMIS OMAHA BAG CO., Omaha, Nsb.
DR. ROY, 150S Farnam. Douglas S47.
Clethlagr Maanfactaw rs.
Wear Ideal Jress shirts. M. E. Smith Co.
- Cornice aud Steel Ceilings.
CARTER Sheet Metal Works. Omaha.
Crenuiertes, Dairies and anpplles.
Fairmont's Diadem butter. Always good.
DAVID COLE CREAMER COMPANY
. Dressmaking;, -
DRESSMAKING. Tel. Harney 3599.
Terry's Dressmaking college 20th & Far.
JAMES ALLAN 312 Neville Blk. Evi
dence secured In all cases. Ty!r 413S.
L. W. L6NGNECKER. 617 Karbach Blk.
Omaha Secret Serv. 4- Paxton Blk. D. 1M.
Bailey, the dentist City Nat'l. D. 1S6.
Mach A Mach, 3d floor Paxton. D. 1086.
Tail's dentai rooms. Isl7 Leug. D. KiM.
Electric lighting fix., wholesale and retail.
Burgess-Granrten Co.. 15U Howard. D. 681.
Feed Mills and Stores.
Feed, all kinds. Glencoe Mills. 2332 Izard.
A. Donaghue. H07 Far. D. loot: A-1001.
HESS SWOBODA. IU5 Farnam St.
L. HENDERSON. IMS Farnam, D. 125S.
McDonald brass and bronze foundry,
aluminum, tin, lead castings. 1407 Jackson.
1240 So. 10th St.
Moving;, Storage and Cleaning.
Gordon Fireproof Warehouse and ' Van
Co. Furniture packing, piano moving.
Office 216 6. 17th t. Doug. 394.
Furn. Moving; 2 men, $1 per nr. W. 274.
McLaud &. Son Van & S., 3-horse van, 2
men, $1.25 nr.; 2 hrs, $1 hr. D 4338, W 643.
PIANO moving. Cole's storage and ex
press, 1616 Capitol Ave. D. 670, A-3il7.
Mnslc, Art nnd Langraasjes.
ALVIN POOLE'violin lessons. 221 Cap.
Nurseries and Seeds.
STEWART'S" SEEDMAN, 119 N. 16th.
B. F. Wurn," fitting and rep'g. 443 Brandels.
H A. STtTRGIS registered attorney,
United ' States - and foreign patents. 646
Brandels Theater Bldg.' Phone D. 3469.
Willard Eddy. 1530 City Nat'l Bk Bldg.
D. O. Barnell, Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
Lew W. Raber, Printer, fSSa
BEE BLDG. " ENTRANCE ON COURT.
Lyngstad Printing Co- lfith and Capitol
Ave. Tel. Ind. A-2620 for good printing. -r--
Rels-Hall Ptg. Co.; 109 8. lh. Ind. A-3524.
Rlnchart, photographer. 18th & Farnam.
Tents nnd Awnings.
OMAHA TENT CO.: Tel. Douglas 22.
Tranks nnd Suit vases,. .. ..
Frellng sV Stelnle. lPOi Farnam St.
Alice Johnson, 308-9 Brandels The. Bldg.
Katheryn Nlckolas, 634-5 Brandels The
Stenographers nnd Court Reporters.
Myrtle A. Kelly, 74S Bran. The. D. 5682.
Steel Tank and Calvert Companies.
NEBRASKA and Iowa Steel Tank Com
pany, 14th and Nicholas. Doug. 8869.
Store nnd Office Fixtures.
WE BUY and sell anything, everything
In fixtures. Omaha Fixture and Supply
Co., 414-16-18 S. 12th, near Howard. D. 2724.
Wines and Llqaors.
WILLOW Springs beer, liquor, cigars,
sandwiches. Alex Jetes, 501-3 8. 13th St.
VIRGINIA DARE wine, 65o a large bot
tle. Klein Liquor House 522 N. 16th St.
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL
ALL THE YEAR
Complete courses in Business, Book
keeping, Stenography, Telegraphy. Civil
Service or Salesmanship. The catalogue
Is free for the asking. Call, write or
phone tor It at once. Address H. B.
Boyles, President, Boyles College,
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
Morses and Vehicles.
Snaps in Buggies
i delivery wagons and several choic
iggy and carriage bargains.
18th and Harney Sts.
Buggies, surries and runabouts at less
than wholesale price to -close out
10th and Jones Sts.
1ST class livery. Sherman, 24th & Clark.
LOST AND FOUND
PERSONS having lost 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 the "company la anxious to restore
them to the rightful owner." Call Doug
OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
LOST Price lists, etc., of watch firm,
V, Unl.l Uinthfln- anil A St a
Omaha; reward. C..W. McCalla, Jr., Hotel
LOST By Mrs. Frank P. Parmalee, 421
N. 40th, pocketbooK between 40th and Cass,
containing door key and small amount
of change. Finder return to 421 N. 40th
and receive reward. Phone H. 249$.
LOST A dark Jersey cow with short,
loose horn.: Phone Webster 2428.
Dr. Babcock, specialist; both sexes; 202
Wlthnell Bldg- lath and Harney Sts.
SPECIALIST for. WOMEN. 43 Doug, blk
Piles, Fistula Cured
ft V! T . Tarrv nurem Ptlaa ITlfltnlft
and other rectal diseases without surgical
operation, uure guaranteed ana no niuusy
paid until cured. Write for book on
rectal' diseases with testimonials. .
DR. E. K. TARRY. Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
Dr. Race, specialist, 3323 Harney. P. 3013.
Ladies guaranteed remedies. 401 Ware blk.
SOY JES HONCl HERB CO. .
Chinese herbs and herbal remedies for
11 irAiihl .nf lb human svHtsm: cures
rheumatism, kidney trouble, heart, dropsy
ana femaie irouoie. t el. u nisi, an ri. ma.
MONK TO LOAN
Salary end Chattels.
w on furniture, pianos and
MfttlpV res' estate at a very low
se.vmv J rat, of mterest.
Nebraska Loan Co.; '
Doug. 1351 220 Bee Bldg. ' A-136&
Loans negotiated on real estate, furni
ture, pianos, salaries, etc. Very low
rates and confidential. We will appre
ciate your call. '
BIGGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST.
RELIABE CREDIT CO..
308 Paxton Block. 217 S. 16th St
Tel. Doug. 1411 or Ind. A-1411.
Anyone wishing a square deal on salary
or household loans see me.
1 C. R. Fahringer,
1603 FARNAM 6TREET.
Tela. Doug. - 2295. Ind. 'A-1071.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEO
PLE and others en their own name;
cheap rates, easy payments; confidential.
D. H. Tolman, 503 New Omafca Nat'l
Bank Bldg. -
DIAMOND LOANS at S and 5 per cent
FLATAU. 1514 Dodge Bt. Tel. Red oeis.
CHATTEL LOANS. $5 to $109. SALAB
LOANS. You can get it today of
STAR LOAN CO., 601 Paxton Block.
The Persistent and JudlclousUse of
Newspaper Advertising is the Rod to
Buainesg Success. -
OFFERED FOB BENT
Board and lloonts. ,
O. M. E. hauls trunks. D. 611. A-2611.
nrivTirn T n nil.n..n tn rfinm and
board In private family; close In; mod
ern conveniences. Phone Web. 4322.
NICE large coot room for t with meals.
1202 Howsrd. . -
709 GEORGIA AVE.-Strlctly modern,
elegantly furnished; cool, clean room,
with lavatory, two clothes closets; suit
able for three: board is desired; private
entrance: walking distance. Harney 33S9.
PLEASANT, cool room and suite; excel
lent, board; went Farnam; private. Phone
Harney 4$. i
R A flfl A (TP messenger service and
D.IUUAUIj ,lght Dauiing: prompt
service; reasonable rates. Auto Del.& Mes.
Co.. 1715 Douglas St. Teis. D. 3946: A-34S6.
N. 25TH 2 suites of modern rooms.
2502 ST. MARYS; strictly modern; pri
vate family; walking distance. Red 2977.
646 S. 26th St.. strictly modern, clean,
cool, rooms, single or double; large yard
and porch; rates reasonable.
314 N. 18TH. Modern, cool furn
ished room for two gentlemen, reasonable.
FARNAM, 2205 Nice large front room.
Pnor.e Doug. 4224.
LARGE, cool furnished -outside room
for rent very reasonable. 717 No. 20th St.
'MS ST MAfiV'9 Av !VTt.',lv flirniliniw
front room, with piano; modern, reason
able. Douglas 4432.
TUPFt' 4rat...,a fn.nlghul winma
i.w a piece, sn a. zacn Ave.
Furnished Housekeeping Rooms.
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. 810
South 7th St.
TWO nicely furnished housekeeping
rooms. 2018 Davenport.
THREE strictly modern rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished; private fami'y;
man and wife preferred; references. 719
8. 25th Ave.
THREE handsomely furnished rooms,
all modern, shade, walking distance, very
reasonable. 604 So. 28th St
Hotels and Apartments.
OXFORD and Arcade, special wkly rate.
first-class hotel, at reasonable prices.
Unfurnished Rooms. .
FOUR rooms. 1120 N. 17th 8t.
Apartments and Flats.
4-ROOM, modern apartment. Web. 6975.
Large moving vans, $1.25 per hour. D. 394.
DESIRABLE FIVE-ROOM APART
MENT in the Calif onla., . See janitor.
Phone Douglas 6237. . -
TWO beautiful, modern, nine-room St.
Louts brick flats for rent: inclusive
ranges with water connections; In best
residence district of council uiuiis; taeai
place for one desiring to keep a few
roomers; only block to Broadway car;
two blocks heart of business district.
736-738 First Ave. 'Phone A. Hospe. Doug.
188, Omaha. '
TWA nan flat nlrtalv MMtntad -ttlnlra
gas, toilet and water. J41& -Leavenworth,
J. I. Kemp, 512 Leavenworth. Doug. S88,
3-ROOM flat for rent; city water and
electric lights. 1502 Cuming St. Prions.
D. 958. Rent. $11.
SIX-ROOM flat, modern. $27.50. 8830
Capitol Ave. Phone Douglas 1373.
NICE, modern 7-room flat. Lawn and
shade, at 536 So. 80th. St. $20. H. 1592.
8-Room modern flat,; . Han scorn : park
district only $30. .
WRIGHT A LA8BURY, -Phone
Douglas 152. . ", f
Houses and Cottages,
MAGGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
pack, move, store and ship H. H. goods
and pianos; no charge for return drive
to office. Doug. 1486 or B-2428.
FIVE-ROOM cottage, 829 S. 24th St
572 S. 28th St
8 rooms, completely modern; $32.50. Hall.
433 Ramge, D. 7406; A-4408. .
NINE-ROOM and 6-room houses, mod
ern. Harney 647.
4323 Patrick, strictly mod., $22.60. Bemis
Carlberg; Brandeis Theater.
1515 HALL AVE., $30.00; 7 rooms, mod
ern. Thos. F. Hall. 433 Kanige. Botn phonos
8-ROOM all modern house; walking dis
tance, Caxg and Central isivu., $30.
Douglas 1086. ' '
CLOSE IN SMALL APARTMENTS.
$8.00, 3-room, 2579 Cuming St..
$6.00, S-room, 1430 S. 16th St.
$10.00, B-room, 2204 N. 21st St.
$12 50, 8-room, 2212 N. 21st St.
$16.00. 5-room, 1902 S. 10th St.
$15.00, 5-room, 1441 N. 20th 8t.
$17.50, 3-room, new, modern, 820 N. 16th
H. A. WOLF,
432 Brandels Bldg.
WEST Farnam, 7 rooms. 3.117 Dodge.
$40. Preston. Douglas 776.
$5 per mo. 2 to 4 rooms. Tel. D. 3107.
SWELL place in fins location, cor.
18th and Wirt Sts.; house finished in
quarted-sawed oak. ' beamed ceilings,
paneled dining room. Everything in
first-class order. O. A. Soott, Web. -8917.
MODERN eight-room house at 220 N.
17th St.; cement basement; will be for
ttnt August 1, at $46 per month. Apply
Conrad H. Young, 322 Brandels Theater
vrrivTK'ft naolrlnir and Mtnrinm hnilAM-
hold goods and pianos is our business.
Omaha Van and Storage Co., fireproof
storage, -806 S. 16th, by the viaduct.
Branch office. SOB S. 17th St Tel. D. 4163;
5 ROOMS, bath, $14. 1464 S. 17th St.
5 rooms. Dam, lit. io d. inn bl.
TlaPhone Webster 1919.
"n-raT FinMlM-Na brick. 6 bed.
rooms and i Dams, aio jm. ir. Ave.
TTmifloc. In all parts ot the city.
nouses Cr,ieb & Co Bee Bldg
A m.I Wama mttv lawn ul AfTrl r. llah
every mod. convenience. r., $45. 725 So!
31th. W. 2590.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed and for
warded; cheap freight rates: Gordon
Fireproof Warehouse and Van Co. Tel.
Doug, sst; office, zis s. lYtn et.
TU'ft C-mrim anHaffM' mnjt.n .Yi-.nt
heat; 33d and Webster. Phans Harney
FINE five-room cottage, modern; large,
high attie with floors laid; coal bins In
cellar; corner lot; see to appreciate
1218 N. 27th Ave. Lake car to 27th Ave.
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
Two five-room modern bouses in brick
block, north part of city, $25 per month
each. Just the place 'for two families
who want adjoining homes. These houses
have separate furnaces, hardwood finish
upstairs and down; floors finished for
rugs and are almost new.
' ' 3. H. DUMONT A BON,
Phone Douglas 690. 160$ Farnam St
SIX-ROOM house, all modern except
heat, 14C8 N. 23d Bt, South Omaha. Phone
THREE and 4-roem apartments at 29th
and Douglas. $10 to $12.60. Water rent
paid. Phone Douglas 3607.
CHEAPEST rent in Omaha. Northeast
corner ef 20th and Burdette, Owner, 2211
N. 20th. -' '
' GOOD riOUSES-LOWT RENT.
$20.00 7-room modern, 4201 California.
$JO.00-8-r.,"part mod.. 3fl eharles.
$18.00--r., part mod., 26th and Franklin.
J9.00-S-r., part mod., 19th and Vinton.
PHONE HARNEY 435, EVENINGS.
37th and Davenport
9-r., hot water heat full basement, laun
dry; downstairs, reception hall, parlor,
dining room, kitchen, maid's room ad
joining;' upstairs, 4 large rooms, closets,
bath;- gas and electric lights; corner lot;
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
101 Omaha Nat'l. D. 2152; Eve H. 6134.
Stores and Offices.
1855-27 Farnam t.. cornrtr. Douglas 1598.
MCAGUE BUILDING, 15TH AND
DODGE. Attractive office; ' moderate
prices. APPLY OMAHA UJXN AND
PRIVATE office, furnished with tele
phone, for same coat as rent of office
Inquire 658 Omaha National Bldg..
OFFERED FOB SALE
FOR SALE A Brlgliam range, good as
new, and a kitcnen cupboard, glass doors;
cheap. Call 2407 Jone
ICE BOX, gas stove, also 5-room fur
niture, nearly new. Cheap. 2209 Cuming,
EXPERT string instruments repairing;
violins for sale cheap. 503V4 No. 16th.
FOR SALE A new $J0O Vlctrola; ha
never been used. If interested ask for
price. M 357, Bee office.
FOR SALE A $24 guitar, very near
new: will take a typewriter or a camera
In exchange and will pay cash the dif
ference. Address J 500. Bee
RENT from the manufacturers direct
Ne. 3 Oliver typewriter. 3 mcnths, $4.00.
Phone Douglas 291. The Oliver Type
SAFES Overstocked with second-hand
safes; all sites and makes; bargains.
American Supply Co., 1110 Farnam St.
FOR- SALE New and second-banu
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy payments. Tne
Brnnswlck-Balke-Collender Co., 407-403
S. 10th street
POOL tables, store, restaurant fixtures
bought, sold. Levy, .310 .x.. so. umana.
OLD SAFE.S. DKRIGHT. 181s Farnam at.
7"lYl win huv an tin tn data drv celanlna
works, good as new. Canadian office.
113 So. 15th. '
law books and office furniture; desks,
chairs, rugs, etc., tor sale cheap at, 615
tsee tfiag. liougias ami.
nvCVO r4c.m an.l.a ahnvr paaaa Atfi. t
see us first. Omaha Fixture and Supply
tO., U4-IB-IB S. IZtn. WUg. Hit.
urinu r.Slhl,' fitunrlh.-itia hiisev. cost
3oO, at . vyeosieriMo.
CRAMER nlano for sale, very reason
able. 1715 I.ake St.
PIANO, Al condition, f r suburban lots
or acres. Cell F-1966 or souttt ia.
Call D. 2978. After p. m., Webster 6201.
aniT HT.nrin hrmedy.
Bexten Pharmacy, 12th and Dodge
VITAL massage, vital bath. Dr. Anna
D. Fisher, 401 Ware block, 809 S. 15th.
Massage. Mrs. Klttenhouse. 308 Boston Bid
THE SALVATION ARMY sollclta cast
off clothing; in fact, anything you do noi
need. We collect, repair and sell at 134
N. Uth St., for cost of collection, to the
worthy poor. "Phone Douglas 4125 and
wagons will call. ' 1 1
Allen of Chicago, 109 S. 17th, lat fl. D. 766a.
v.r-V'.' ..Am.n Araminar M Mm CI ha at
strangers are invited to visit the X?""
Women's Christian association building
at 17th and St. Mary's Ave., where they
will b directed to suitable bearding
places, or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers aia at tne umn wuwn.
ir-C -D17VT and ranfl r oil kinds tit BttW
tng machines. Ind. A-1663; Douglas 1661
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO:.
liia ana naruey aim.
Body Massage. 222-3 Neville Blk. D. 776L
r a CO ifl1 Swedish movement. Ap't
MAooAuH. 2, 1803 Farnam. D. ftaft
cStt a rtir-vTTn mtln treatment
at your home; work guaranteed, p. sum.
M A fJNF.TTn treatment. E. Brott, 710
JitAUiMllXlVo ,e.h (, tanr. 15. B2S9.
ANNA H. MARKS SKKS
nam. Davidge Blk. Ap't, a. Red 7529.
BATHS, Swedish massage. Mrs. Snyder.
No. 3, The Dunsany. 10th A Pierce. D. 4380.
CORNS REMOVED 25c, Mrs. Haynes,
707 So. 16th St. Douglas 4492.
To Whom it May Concern That 1
am not, and have not been, connected
in any way with "The Nebraska De
tective agency" for the last three
months, bald agency at time of forma
tlon comprised James Buell,- chief; Ar
thur Pew, treasurer, and F. J. Gal
lagher, corresponding secretary. Any
mention of my name In connection with
same is unauthorized. Signed, F. J. Gal
lagher, 12 Brown Blk.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
white Orpington cockerels for sale: five
months om. Address, p. o. box 154, Kin)
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warrants
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St
OMAHA property and Nebraska lands,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 New Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
fiar, CITY LOANS! Bemis-Carlberg
" uo. 310-32 tsranaeis
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg., ISth and Farnam.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros.
MONEY to loan on business or resi
dence properties,' $1,000 to $500,00. W. H.
THOMAS. 603 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
LOANS-Farm and city "property, J.
H. Dumont & Son. 1603 Farnam St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
HAVE you a 4 or 6-room house for sale;
If so will you take $200 down and balance
monthly, l have clients for houses in all
parts of the city. I. N. Vogel, 415 Kar
WANTED TO BUY.
Household gds, clothes & shoes. D3971 B18o
Best prices old clothes ftehoes. Web. 5146.
Highest price paid for men's cast-off
clothing. 631 No. 16th. Douglas 1726. -
Bachman buys, sells furn't're. 2103 Cuming
Buy, eel! and exchange. N. Steinberg.
WANTED TO buy, secenfl-hand auto
mobile. - Give full description and price
In first letter. Add) ess Lock box 68,
WANTED, to buy or lease, furnishings
of a 60 or- 76-room hotel in a good town
of from 8,000 to 6,000; must be the best
and a money maker; will pay cash up to
$6,01.0 as first payment. Address F. A.
Madlgan, Box 124, Rockwell Ia.
i i it.- g ... ,. r-ri 1 ; i "i i
WANTED TO BORROW
First Mortgage for Sale
s'i fyf first mortgage on new buildings
n-LT, built for homes are the safest
securities in the werld.
These securities have ' been our spe
cialty for 12 years without the loss of
a dollar to ourselves or investors.
A list of mortgages, town up to $2,500
mailed on request with highest references.
American Security Company
30 So. 17th St.
HAVE $12,000 worth first class western
securities, averaging about 40 per cent
valuttloh. given by responsible Iowa and
Kansas farmers. Must self at once. Lib
eral discount. Sate investment Closest
investigation Invited at my expense. 208
Paxton Hotel. City.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
640 ACRES. Wagner. Neb., Logan
county; Improvements consist of twe 6
room houses, one cement and the other
frame; barn for 30 head horses; 37 acres
in cultivation; 200 acres tn hay land, the
rest grasing land; about t,000 trees on
this section. The town ot Wagner,
which has a store building, postoffice,
church and opera house is located on one
corner of this land.- Ttte store and mer
chandise belongs to the owner ef the
land and last year netted him $1,800 profit
on his sales. Price $8,000 for the land
and store. Including the merchandise; or
$6,000 for the land. The owner will take
$4,000 worth of good city property, bal
ttneo oay payments. .
O'Neil R. E. & Ins. Agency,
1505 Farnam Street. .
Phones Tyler 1024. Independent A-3313.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
I HAVE about ten thousand acres of
land in the most favored locality of Mon
tana, the great crop growing district
I will exchange this land in lots of 160
acres up, for Omaha income property.
24 acres of clear land in Mills county,
Iowa, (-room house, barn and other out
buildings. Will exchange for income
property In Omaha.
640 acres ot land In the famous San Luis
Valley, Colo., fair improvements, highly
Irrigated; will exchange In part or as a
whole for income property in Omaha.
160 acres ot well improved land in
Phelps county. Neb., for income property
240 acres cf land in Perkins county.
Neb., free of incumbrance, tor Omaha
160 acres In Banner county, Neb., for
Omaha Income property. All land' tree
Call on or address the owner.
724 Omaha National Bank Building.
Telephone Douglas 4040.
FOR SALE-Cheaply. or trade, lots at
16th and Q Sts., and 34th and Z Sts., So.
Omaha. J. G. Loos. 615 Bee Bldg. Doug.
GRANT, 211 Brandeis Theater. D. 8380.
WANTED TO RENT
GENTLEMAN wants board and room
tn refined private family, adults living In
modern home. Vicinity Hanscom Park or
West Farnam. State full particulars.
Highest references. Address G-479, Bee.
HOW about that house you have been
trying to rent? I have clients for houses
in all parts of the city. I. N. Vogel, 415
Karbach Block. Douglas 3691.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Reed Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 206 Brandeis Theater.
ideal Cement. Co.. 17th snd Cuming Sts.
Fuchs, Hon & Blind, palnting.decorating.
ACKfiAlati on .HALE.
ACREAGE BARGAINS near Omaha.
Orin S. Merrill. 1213 City Nat Bank Bldg.
CITY PROPERTY FOR sALB.
Twenty-first and Leavenworth Sts., two
houses one 8 rooms, one 4 rooms, renting
for $40 per month. Price, $3,500; about 14
per cent gross; $650 cash, balance on pay
ments. BIRKETT & TEBBENS,
423 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4754.
LOOK AT THESE
Eight rooms, modern, at 4930 Davenport,
reduced to $3,600.
Eight rooms, modern, 3502 Seward St.
Eight rooms, near Burlington depot,
Three-story brick flat; rents for $100 per
month, to exchange for residence. .
Moving picture show, want residence.
Fine corner lot to exchange for resi
dence in Hanscom park and pay cash dif
ference. Western Real Estate Co., 411
Karbach Block. Phone Douglas mi.
JOHN W.' ROBBINS. 1S02 FARNAM 9T.
Brand New Home
6108 Florence Boulevard
This Is a well constructed, attractively
arranged, two-story, modern house, hav
ing an east front, deep porch, large re
ception hall, living room, dining room
with paneled walls and stationary seat,
large pantry, good-sized kitchen and rear
vestibule with Keene cement wainscoting,
sand-finished walls, all decorated in flat
oils, on first floor; 4 attractive beurooma
with white enamel finish, mahogany
doors and glass doorknobs, complete bath
room with up-to-date nxtures, lnciuamg
pedestal lavatory, vltrous china flusii
tank, nickel fixtures, etc., and nice sized
linen closet on 2d floor; oak finish on
first floor and oak floors In every room .
in the house; upstairs beautifully papered,
brushed brass combination lighting fix
tures, shades to all windows, full ce
mented basement with laundry connec
tions and A-l furnace; wide cement walks,
6-foot in street, 4-foot in lot; nicely
sodded lawn, and in fact complete In
every detail, ready to move Into .without
any expense. Price, $6,000. which ia cheap
for this property, and It -must be seen on
the Inside to be appreciated Easy terms.
Will consider good Dundee lot at its cash
value as part payment. Be sure and look
into this proposition, as public improve
ments are being made in this district
which will add greatly to the value of
this place as soon as completed, which
Improvements will not be taxed against
this property. Key at our office.
George & Company
802-12 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phones: D. 756 or A-L56.
8 Rooms, New
Field Club District
On South S3d St., near Poppleton, we
havs a very attractive, new house, on
very large lot, extending from 33d St
through to the beautiful Central Boule
vard; fine basement, with laundry tubs
and floor drain; reception hall; large
living room, with beamed ceiling; fine
dining room, with beamed ceiling and
panelled walls; large kitchen and thor
oughly equipped pantry; rear entry and
back poroh. On the cecond floor there
are four good corner bed rooms and beau
tiful sleeping poroh, 10x17 feet, overlook
ing the park;' beautiful oak finish .and
oak floors throughout the entire house;
large floored attic; fine lighting fixtures
and splendid decorations. The house is
23x36 feet on the ground and has pressed
brick foundation, and the upper story is
stucco. There is room on the lot for an
other house, and it offers a tine proposi
tion for an Investment or a home. Never
been occupied. Look into this today.
Reasonable terms can ba made with good
Norris & Martin
400 Bee Bldg.
' ELEGANT FIELD CLUB
HOME, ONLY $7,250.
On account of a change in territory,
the owner of that very swell home at
1340 S. . 35th Ave. is obliged to sell
and leave Omaha permanetniy. We are
therefore prepared to offer someone a
rare bargain. The owner built the house
for a borne) 2. years ago, and It was
built right. There are 8 good well ar
ranged reams, all beautifully decorated,
very elegant electric fixtures, fins quarter-sawed
oak finish, first-class hot
water heating" plant, large lot 64x1234
ft. and only one block from the Field
club entrance. The house especially on
the inside is certainly a beauty and we
want you to see it Call us lor an ap
pointment PAYNE INVESTMENT
Doug. 1781; A-11S8.
66x 132 feet, with Union Ptfclfic trackage '
in rear, On Jones St, near 14th. .All spe
cials in and paid for. Convenient to street
car lines and easily reached from Union
depot. Price $14,000. Solid foundation. ,
George & Company
902-U City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
'Phone D. 756 or A-1756.
Houses to Move
3615 FranklinT rooms, $425.
S723 N. Slat Ave.. 5 rooms, $400.
The above are good houses, ' to be
mnvarl nn Aconunt: - kf hirur an nttW
Vk..LumjI AiiM4ia4yawts irt.t4 A
HASTINGS A HEYDEN. 1614 Harney.
HOME PRICED RIGHT
Reception hall, parlor. living room,' din
ing room, all finished in oak. and kitchen
first floor: bath and bedrooms all fin
ished In hard pine: floored attic, full base
ment has a iw-Darrei cistern ana an
other modern cenvenlences that are nec
essary In a home; close to Creighton col
lege; paved street and all paid for. Let
us show it to cu and tell you the price.
GALLAGHER 4k NELSON,
4S3 Brandels Bldg. Doug. SS2.
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