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THE BEEr OMAHA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ID, 1912.
Let Bill Do It- And the Neighbors Knew It
Copyright 1912. National News A is ft.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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W ANT ADS
Want adc received at any Lima, bat
to faenre proper classification must
be nreaented before 12 o'clock m. for
the evening editioa and before 7x80
p. m. for momlog aad Sunday adU
tiona. Want ad received after each
how will bare their lint laaertfoa
uader the heading "To Late to
Oaatifjr.'V . ;
CASH lUlWrOR WANT ADS.
laaertloa li cent per word and 1
ceat per word for each roaeeqoent
eoaaecBtrre inaortioa. Each inaer
ttoa made oa odd day a .1 ft cant par
i wsrd 9149 par line per aaoath
waea ad la turn witaoatfefeaasa ot
CARD or THAJTK.
The family tad parenta of tha lata de
ceased Mra. Anna am, ; wish to thank
th many uinyj friends for ths sy7n;s.tsy
hdjw4 In sending the beautiful floral
THB FAMIWT AND PARBNT8.
Permits to wed have been granted to
Name and Address. ' Age,
Clarence H. Floarsch, Flush, Ran.. t... O
Louisa C. Buach, Omaha. -........ a
David DeW. Grelaser, Omaha.... a
Ina.A. ReBstrom, Omaha..... &
' Rudolph Maursr, Omaha O
Uolda F. Kitchen. Counn. Bluffs....... IS
Frank A. Harts. Malvern,' la.,.'....... ...
Ethel Spencer, Malvern, la U
Guy L. Horn, Pepllllon..... ......,,..,.. 21
Besss DeYoung, Bellevue 21
Herman FYedrieksorv Bennington....... 7
Rose A. Betts, Benson...
James C. Moor, Omaha..... ...
Lena Frel, Omaha.. , i.iL.i....ur. 38
Paul Burns, Omaha. a
Clara Stage. Omaha.................. 19
IVIflrar V. Armstrong, Omaha.. H5
Amy H. Lawrle, Omaha., ti
Iwls A. Meeker, Omaha.. S
Margaret C. Hoaaiand, Eldorado'
Springs, Mo. U
William B, Osborne, Oraiid Island...... M
Marta EJ. Flemina;, North Platte........ U
Samuel B. Roberts. Oklahoma City.,.., X)
Mary Casey, Oklahoma City M
Judson E. Miller, Council Bluffe...UM., II
Pauline Reese, Columbus, Kan.......... U
Victor Johnson, Omaha. a
Fay Collins, Omaha..... ,....,.
f BIRTHS AJTD DEATHS.
Births W. T. Valanm 111 Nn.ll.
ty-elhth avenue, boy; Carl and Jennie
Nelson, 2341 South Thirty-fourth, girl;
John C. and D. J. Lee, mi North Forty
second, girl; Nygren, 713 South Klgh.
teenth, girl; Ed and Carrie Oautler, 1802
Deaths-Bern! K.ro'ipo. months, hos
pital; Anton Heacoek. V years, hospital;
Anna Jensen. 1 7years, 8238 Boyd; Mra
Minnie Wilson, ii years, hospital; Mra
Mary Devaniy, M years, boepital; Robert
AVebb, & yers, 83S1 Burt
. BHILDISO PERMITi.
Frlta Mulier, Seventeenth and Vinton,
hrick store, 15,000; Balvldor Caruso, ivl
Bnuth Twaltth, frame barn, $00.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Housekeepers aad I)oinetlea
GIRL for general housework; 2 in fam
ily; 'reference required. 311 N. S8th Ave
KXPERlIuNCBD general housework
girl; 2 In family. Mrs. E. T. Bwobe, 820
So. eOth. Harney 26SJ.
WANTED At once, girl for general
housework in family of three. Phone
KXPEHIENCED girl for general house
work; good home; good wages. 2016
Emerson. Webster 1090. - .
COMPETENT second girl;, good wages.
US 8. 4th. II. a. ,
COMPETENT girl wanted for general
housework; small flat; I in family; good
home for the right girl. Tel. Harney 1563,
or call at m S. 41st St.
WANTED-Competent girl for general
housework; 3 in family. Mrs. B. A,
Crelghton, ltt a Mth St. H. 391.
Q1RL for general housework, three in
family. Mrs. Crelgh, 113 No. 82d Ave.
OIRJU for general housework, small
family. 1839 So. 35th Ave. H. 2904.
COMPETENT girl for general house
work, must know how to cook, good
"tiros. SSiu California St. H, 846,
OIRL for general housework. Best of
wages to competent person. 4823 Florence
Blvd. W, 8J0.
GIRL for general housework. Good
gages. No washing. H. 1891. 115 So. Mth.
rarnam. H. 4M4.
WANTBD High school girl to .work
for room and .board and car . fare, Call
til N. S3d.
GIRL for general housework. 618 S.
GIRL to take care of baby and axalst
with housework. H. 64i0. 138 3Dtt).
Apply mornings. '.!'
GIRL for general housework. Mrs. C.
B. Smith, M, Howard. II. ffiSO.
,,,.iiw-vummin sin lur general
houserwork in small family; work light:
TOTJNO women coming to Omaha as
strangers are invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at St. Mary's Ave. and 17th St. where
they will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers' gulds It che Union station.
Agents, taiesssea aaa ollettora.
PRINTER WANTED W want a
hustling young printer to learn the sell
ing of type, machinery and printers' sup
Plies on the road. Good opportunity for
young man willing to work and leant. Give
rtllt nor I Inula.... -
nd Mlary wanted In flrt Utter. Addresa
lit ski if siiknia It vr ilno
with established trade, wants experienced
traveling salesmen. Salary position with
and references In initial letter. Iroquois
i. w, uieveiana. o.
WANTED Wholnsel nt iu.ll
Vacuum Whr till., m, a.vmn,
S28 Brsndels Theater Bldg.
HELP WANTED FKMALB
Clerieal a ad Office.
BTENOQR AFKER and aaalstant book,
peeper in wholesale house, fine chance
for advancement. Address K 732, Bee.
, .;t, i Factory' aad Trades. J . . ,
TOUNG lady u bookseeper and steno
grapher; must bs competent to take full
charge of set of books for manufacturing
concern; also must be able to do stenog
rapher's work; experience unnecessary;
ehanoe to advance; state age, give refer,
ences and salary expected. Address M
WANTED-Giiis to sort scrap paper,
colored or whits. Douglas If Omaha
Paper and Stock Co., ISth and Marcy.
EXPERIENCED lady preaser. Royal
French Dry Cleaners, 2231 Leavenworth.
Heaaekecaere unS Demeattea. ,
.X?,L SERVANTOtRL PROBLEM
FOLVED The Bee will run a Servant
Girt Wanted Ad FREE ontil Tou get ths
desired results. This applies to residents
of Omaha, South Omaha and Council
Bluffs. Bring your ad to The Bee office
or telephone Tyler 1000.
WANTED Competent cook la small
family; no laundry work. US per month.
625 Third St., Council Bluffs. Tel 174.
GIRL for general housework.
laundry work. 401 a 38th 8t.
COMPETENT girl for general house
bmi wbroh, gwHi reierences r
quired. 818 8. 3tth Ave. Harney 5345.
WANTED-Immedlately, reliable per
son; permanent place; plain cooking;
nice room. H. S440.J 41M Farnara St.
C OMPETENT second girL 101 So. 32d
GOOD girl for general housework:
small family; must be good cook; no
wasning. 414 s. tn St.
(jlHL, lor general housework; two la
ramuy; good wages. io Dodge.
WANTED Competent maid for house-
worn, i'leasant room. Reference re
nuired. Phone Hamey 8077, UH 8. 23d St
COMPETENT girl, good wages. 614 N
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. -3908 Dewey Ave. Harney 1BS3.
WAN'TED-Competent cook and laun
dresR, family of t Call 411 8. 40th St
TATT L1 1 , . . ' .
iv;vj gin lur fncl DOUSCWOrK,
Tl Usmv tit 17M. Bn at
EXPERIENCED girl for general house.
work, no washing and must be cook.
Mrs. DeRoy Austin, Harney 252s.
W ANTED Olrl for general housework.
ursoa wages. 3SS5 Harney.
WANTED At once, young girl to assist
wnn nouscworK. gooa home, small family
Tel. Webster 60S2. 1820 N. 18th.
OIKL or woman wanted for general
EXPERIENCED second girl. 51S So.
i in Ave. uouKias zii.
KXi'EHl ENCED cook; I In family; ref.
en -ncra reUired. 607 So. Mth St. H. 3408.
AGENTS IK a. riov Wnrir .11 fuii ...
good men drmonstrattng to housekeepers.
Write for free aamnl anA ..t.lAm.
Woodworth Supply Co., 1304 W. Michigan
WA N TED H Igh grade snecialtv sales-
man tn anil Ml a nriv ml..l... ku. A
retailers the handsome and most efficient
imna-power vacuum cleaner on the mar
ket; works like a carpet sweeper; a good
live wire will make from S) to $150 per
week. Call or write, giving age, experi
ence on the road and reference to the
Sterling Vacuum Cleaner Co., Sebring, O.
WANTED Ex neriencwa ulMmai if
once. Omaha Gas Co. Inaulre Puah
If von ip. a llva w!m n A lni.!. - -
Bomethlng good, Jaeger Bros. Mfg. Co..
807 Brandels Theater Bldg. "Nuf ced."
WANTEn- Hilhanrlntlnn .lil. 7ZZ
country work. The Dally Nonpariel, Coun-
l-ii xiuiib. ia. -.
WANTED Solicitors to morir in oil.
and on road. 678 Brandels Bldg.
WANTED Five good reliable boys.
wiuu wasra. yy. u. -lei, w,, III a Uth St
BOY aiffillt IB in vran innlu nm.k.
News Co., 15th and Davenport.
WANTED Neat iiin..rln.
boy for office work, one who has had
Mprnnnce preierrea. Must be over 18
Good wages. Apply at once to T. P. Red-
man, auiienntenaent Brandels Stores.
Clerical and Office.
TOUNG men. study law. Omaha
School of Law Law Dept. University of
actniuua, rur runner
Information address secretary, 510 Mc
TWO eituerlftnrtxl raiiaptnn
- - . - -. . , Wlt vvi -
mlssloa Apply sTj Brsndels Bldg.
Faeiory and Trade.
Drug store (snap) Jobs. Knleat. Baa Bldg.
WpT5rese7 H. Llvlngstoo;
108 So. 14th St. '
Get Into the automob.is busloesa learn
It complete In the . largest and best
equipped training school In this territory
Repairmen, demonstrators and salesmen
art In -demand. Write or call for our
NEBRASKA AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL.
mo-K uooge en., omasa. Neb
TAILORS wanted, first-class coat
makers at once. IS and up. F. L.
Holmes, Ames, la. N
HELP WANTED MALK
Factory and Traaes,
WANTED For permanent positions,
men between ages ot 21" and fc; rough
carpenters to do car repair work In Chi
cago; rate 25 cents per hour; tools to be
furnshed by applicant; call on Illinois
Central Freight Agent,. 11th and Chicago
Sts., Omaha, for free transportation.
GOOD coat maker wanted at once; mut
be sober man and first-class tailor; good
wages. Address Herman Peterson, Fre
mont, Neb. '
GOOD plasterer wanted.
mn after 8 p. m.
FIFTEEN men for concrete work at
Miller Park school, 28th and Ellison Ave.
F. P. Gould & Son.
CEMENT man wasted,
Phone Harney E210.
WANTEI-Man to repair stoves and
furiiucee.. Omsha Stove Repair Works.
m TOU CAN EARN KOBE MONET
In the automobile business; chauffeurs,
repairmen, demonstrators, are In big ae
eiand and command, large salaries; pre
pais yourself in uur large tiaimng ahjpa
where you learn how to operate, riair
and seu all makes of cars.
National Auto Training' Assn.
2814 20th Bt.. Omaha, Neb.
WANTKD Experienced Insurance man
for state manager: straight salary. Ad
dress, Prime of Life Insurance Assoota
tlon, Omaha National Bank .Bldg.
A START IN LIr'E-Enllstment in the
navy gives a young man a good start In
life by teaching him a trade with good
pay while learning, ana plenty of chances
for promotion. The navy employs 00
trades. Men having navy training can
earn exceptional wages ashore. Navy life
Is not all work, nor all play, but plenty
of both. Alt outdoor sports and indoor
amusements aboard ship. You see the
world; summer on the North Atlantic,
winter In the tropics. Average pay I3S
per month. No living expenses. Apply
to Navy Recruiting Station, " Poatoftlce
Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Open dally except
MAN living In or on farnvnear Omaha,
who has horse and buggy, wanted to re
pair mile-pota on roads; work lasts about
three days; repeated every ninety days;
pays $3.00 per day. Give age, reierences
and telephone number. Address Y 172,
Bee. - .
WANTED First class stone man for
cylinder lock up. Must be able to lock
everything in this line, make changes on
preesea. etc Apply if possible In person
vomoe rriniing io., cu. Joseph. Mo.
.. I liwjf,
An army of our graduates running shops
depending upon us fo- arbers. Many
Jobs waiting. Can't had elsewhere
Few weeks completes. Call or write.
Moler Barber college. !!0 S. 14th St
, . Factory and Trnrira. ,
WANTED Ad and Job printer; prefer
young man Just finishing trade. Address
Hub, Kearney, Keb.
WANTED For U. S. army. Ablebodled,
r mn rfif1 man h.!WM. ii o .i. iu k .i r
citizens of United States, of good charac
ter and temperate habits, who can spuak,
read ami write the Knsrlish is
'or information apply to Recruiting Of,
Nb.: SOU ! ninth Kt S!n i'l 1. .
130 N. Tenth St., Lincoln, Neb. - ' "
TELEGRAPH Dosltiona euarantaarf
by the Union Paolflc and Illinois r.n.
tral railroads If you. gain your training in
our school. . Practice on K. R. wires. Ad
dress tor particulars, H. B. Boyles, Pre
ooyies college, umana. kd.
MAIL carriers. Postoffloe ri.rk.
wanted. $80.00 per month. Omaha. Yin.
inations November 8. Free coaehlna.
rrankiin institute. Dep' at-s. Roches
ter, N. T. 1
WOOD choDDera wantait Fu 17. M....H,
Omaha. - i
. HKI P WANTED
MAI.F, AND FEMALE.
MEN and women wanted for irnvarn.
ment positions. $ per month. Write for
iisi oi oosiuons open, r ranaun Institute.
pep t 8.. Rochester, N. T.
ANY Intelligent Person mav earn
good Income corresponding for news
papers; experience unnecessary. Address
tress uorresponaenoe Bureau, Washing
ton, D. C.
HELP! Call the Omaha kmnlnvmam
Bureau. Douglas 1112.
REFINED middle aced ladv daairaa
position as housekeeper In respectable
v 1'iunri a nuiuc, no launury worn. web.
WANTED Situation bv thnrnuirh
Orinter With a chnnoA tn aaln iiiMd nn
standard linotype. Wages $18. Address Y
174, Bee. '
CREIGHTON university student aite
16, seeks employment after 4 p. m., and
Thursdays. Willing to make himself gen
erally uieful. Would prefer drug store.
Call Red 0566.
Will all f ! K,1.l)aa nnA ,..(!.. .. U
Ing, work guaranteed. Phone Harney 6374.
OMAHA TENT CO. Tel. Douglas 882
Guarantee Laundry. Fine work. D. 8373.
rate, In sums to
suit. 810 Bee Bldg.
UNION LOAN CO. '
Alfred C. Kennedy,. THe "or;
ance. 308 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. D. 721
DOUGLAS Printing Co. Tel. Doug. 644.
EAT KOSHER HOME- COOKING.
AKMPS, ais H. 15TH. UPSTAIRS,
Twenty per cent lew than Omaha prices
Twenty-fourth and L Sts.. South Omaha.
Plumes renovated. 425 Pax ton Blk. D. 8394.
a H. Oole Sign Co. I), 8768. 1318 Far nam.
Wedding announcements. Doug. Ptg, Co.
THE CITY of Stuart wilf receive sealed
bids for digging an open well, 10 feet In
diameter and 100 feet deep, and walled up
with a 8-lnch brick" wall, all bids to be
in by October 6, 1912. We reserve the
right to reject any or all bids. Address
the city clerk, Stuart, la. .
EL CONTENTO HABANA CIGAR.
Box 60, postpaid, $2.76; try haK dosenj If
not satintactory money refunded. BEA
TON DRUG CO.. 1503 Farnam, Omaha.
SULPHUR STEAM BATHS
SUPERIOR TO TURKISH BATHa
We treat successfully Gout, Rheuma
tism. " Lumbago, Kidney and Stomach
Trouble; Dropsy and Catarrh. Massage
vibration, theropatic, lamp and electric
treatment Lady attendant for ladles. 607
N. 24th St., South Omaha. Tel. South 2m
H O HalJpr Have your plumbing
paired & overhauled before cola weather
rush comes. 1754 Leavenworth. Tyler 1597.
PAPER hangers, una Snowflake Paste.
Omaha Paste Co., 718 S. 13th St. .
ANttlOR FENCE CO.,
Iron and wire fences cheaper than wood;
last lifetime. 207 N. 17th. Phone Red 814.
OMAHA POSTING SERVICE.
Advertising "Pat Welch's $2 hats."
YOU HAVE TRIED THE REST.
NOW THY THE BEST.
Until Oct. 1. 1912. we furnlxh rood a-rade
of lining, clean, press and rellne over
WE CALL AND DELIVER.
SUCCESS CHEMICAL DRY
14TH AND DODGE. TEL. DOUG. 29t.
D. 8. Griffith, iwlg mfr.. 12 Frenzer Blk.
General contracting, painting and paper
hanging. Baker, 2107 Clark. Web. m.
ALL will be forgiven, Mary, if yod will
meet me at the Sign of the Crown and
the Golden Stairs on 16th and Dousrlas
Sts. That is where BRODEGAARD sells
those lucky wedding rings.
N. P. Swanson, Undertaker
We are now in our new building and
have one of the moat up-to-date under
taking establishments In city. W25 Cum
ing. D. 1U60. Large chapel In connection.
PLATA dinners, sandwiches, Stars and
Stripes beer, Jetes Saloon. 13 & Douglas.
Why -don't YOU buy YOUR PAINT
where the Best Painters" buy. They buy
from I h. - . .
BARKER BROS. PAINT CO.
10O9'i Farnara. Douglas 4750.
; We Offer
' TO THE PUBLIC
The very best whisky j on
the market for the small
sum of $3.00 per gat.
The very best port wine
we offer for $1.00 per gal.
C. SCHLANK & CO.,
1307 Douglas St.
Cafe. 1408 Douglas. 2d floor. ".Steaks,
chops, chop suey, Chinese dishes.' Also
quick lunches. Best service.
All kinds', face creams and powders;
hair, tooth and nail brushes.
THE BELL DRUG CO., 1216 Farnam
HOME PLATE CAFE
"The Right Place to Eat.'N 330 S. 19th.
AK-SAR-BEN guests, visit the 'New
Home Restaurant, 1514 Capitol Ave. Best
meals, loo. The best for your money. .
Charles Loftman, wines, liquors and ci
gars, merchants lunch. 14th, & Howard.
OMAHA FILM EX. i,la8 nd
Motion pictures machine and film bargains
STREET AMUSEMENTS WANTED
For Corn Festival. October 1 and 2. No
games of chance under Iowa law. For
concessions address Dr. W. G. Morgan,
Secretary. Nodaway, Ia.
i ALBERT H. BUTLER,
Auto repairer, 2130 Farnam. Douglas 8395,
AUTOMOBILE SNAP-Snap if taken at
once, one Ford Model T and one E. M. F.
Telephone Webster 3016.
FOR SALE Battleship grey, torpedo
body, fore-door Auburn, five-passenger, 40-
H. P. car; most complete equipment of
any cor in the state, including 10-note
Gabriel horn; also Klaxon, and every
practical and modern convenience; all
parts nickeled; car in elegant condition,
shows hardly any use; will sell cheap for
cash. M. Handler. Hastings, Neb.
STODDARD-Dayton 7-passenger lim
ousine. Stoddard-Dayton 7-pas.senger touring car.
Stoddard-Day ton 5-passenger touring car.
Locomobile 7-paasenger limousine with
touring body. '
Locomobile 6-passenger limousine.
locomobile 6-pa.senger touring car.
Locomobile 6-passener roadster.
Overland 4-paasener roadster.
J. J. DERIGHT,
. 1818 Farnam St.
Welding plants for welding any metal
hv autnepnoti nrocess: auaranteed; com
plete for $160.00. Address
AUTO W&L.LU.INU a.i uru. w,
OMAHA. NEB. .
FTi TfTMl?" Auto Tinners, general
, r . X Ai XV repairing. 1807 Far., rear
' AND DOING THE BEST
. Automobile repairing In the city.
. MOTOR CO.
s New Location, 86th and Farnam.
1 T 1 T i KKPAIKINU,
FOR SALE "WELCH" 60-horsepower
7-passenger touring car with the follow
ing equipment: Mohair top. windshield,
Jones' speedometer, demountable rims,
Klaxon horn and Presto-O-Lite tank. The
car la in first class condition and a bar
gain. First cash offer of $1,200 takes it
Address Van Brunt Auto Co., Council
TIRE REP AHUNO youV
tires. We make them almost as good as
now. Nothing but highest priced and new
materials used. All work guranteed.
Arthur 8 tors Auto Supply Co., 2020 Far.
nam. -' , ' '
Yale, Harley-Davldson and! used motor
cycles. Victor Roos. 2703 Leavenworth.
oivinii k Pt.riAVTri. T.najuanffar 1J.
mousine. Rebuilt anu : painted. All In
3. i. DERIGHT AUTO CO.
AUTO repairing; Id-hand cars, bought
and sold. Morrison' Taxi, 4004 N, 24th.
7-PASSENGER CAR. EXCEPTIONAL
EQUIPMENT. EXCELLENT CONDI
TION; ORIGINAL PRICE, $5,000; QUICK
SALE, $2,600. HARNEY 304.
TO get In or out of business, call on
GANQESTAD, 404 Bee Bldg., Tel. D. 3477.
FOR SALE Dental office In live Ne
braska town. Going west for wife's
health. Answer if you mean business.
Address, Y 164, Bee.
FOR SALE on cash basis one of the
best transfer businesses in the northwest.
Reason for selling, . ill health. Can be
handled with 11m ted amount of money.
Address Y 173, Bee.
BUSINESS opportunity of Interest and
reliability A widely known mill supply
firm In large prosperous soutliern city
and territory, wishes to retire after suc
cessfully conducting business for twenty
five years. Little capital required. ' Pres
tige and Influence valuable, but no charge
will be made for good-will If relieved
promply of present investment and stock
on hand. A favorable proposition to right
party. Address "J. E.," Suite 602, 303
Fifth Ave., New York. .
WE buy, sell and lease moving picture
theaters and supplies. Nat'l Theater
' FOR SALE Carpenter shop for sale; In
good locality. Inquire of Nels Larson,
SHERIFF' S SALE-1 will offer to the
highest bidder for cash the stock of
jewelry and fixtures of the Cornelius
Jewelry company ot Battle Creek, Neb.,
on the 23d day of September, 1912, at
the hour of 3 o'clock p.- m.; said -stock
being appraised as follows, to-wlt: Fix
tures, . JBGtt.30; watchmaker's tools, $lo.06;
16 clocks and clock ornaments, $30.32;
24 pieces of cut glass, $49.01; 25 pieces of
hAnrl.nolnt.H .-u -i . i . i
$9.59; silverware, $109.42; Jewelry,- $395.55;
l nou ',,. .11. . . - 1 ... &. ...
"". wniu-n cases, ijb.; watcn
movements, $108.68; watches, $57.25; watch
materials, $155.00; total, $2,176.52. This Is
the only jewelry stock In the town of
Battle Creek, which has a population of
1,WX). Purchaser has privilege of renting
store building at rental of $25 per month.
JOHN F. FLYNN, Constable,
UA IE CITY, Mellette county, 8. D.,
offers exceptional opportunities to live
business men desiring to begin in a new
country and grow with it. This town is
being built in the heart of the Oak
creek valley, the corn belt in the Rose
bud country, recently opened to home
stead entry; buildings are being com
pleted and can be leased to live mer
chants. All unsold lots will be auctioned
oft !ept. 25, 1912. Take the Northwest
ern line to Winner. Address John . W.
hhevlln, Winner, S. D.
RESTAURANT for sale. Inquire, of
FOR SAI.R r-ullr, kil, . . j
- -O wwiv, UIL K.IIU
office supply store In Iowa City of 26,000.
Invoice $4,000. No old stock. Owner going
Into larger business. Address Y 170, care
MR. BUSINESS MAN-Your presence in
case of fire on your propery Is Impera
tive. W nolifv U.I, at !
, . . , . ' . - " " " L wnvc in vi lire.
OMAHA FIRE REPORTING AGENCY,
taxi, Jiajiiey nc. nougias 4297.
- Rooulog Honsea for Sale.'
FOR SALE-Paylng boarding house, 2206
Lake. Wah 1TS ivun.l r..'
. a. iiuo.ui reierson.
FOR SAI lfVoil i m
T ...... .".mmicu nouse oi
twelve - rooms ponir. iv . - ,..
, . ii v, newly
papered ands painted. 317 N. 17th. Tel.
SAfRiirics' . .
a;uuuiii oi sicaness;
13 rooms; excellent location, Income $100
TffcF1 nrt n fr natxAAlrflAi
i ii ' "r",urs "rse airy rooms for
lam vr f rant m....u.. -nn . '
Red 4854 . ;-.
NICELY furnlched, all modern flat.
Phone Harney 6317. v . ., -
BEST rooming house . In town- 11
r,?.,m.S;.Jinf , l00"00"!. Pftylng good;' al-
tun, juurwt u m. Bee.
SACRIFIPR KB la . o, . -
13 rooms; excellent location; Income, $100
per month; besides large airy rooms for
family; rent reasonable.. F 72, Bee. Red
12. ROOM all w.A, ,.
, " .1 i.n. hi ji iiai, iurntiure in
fIy-Kf0d condition; fine location, walk
ing distance; always full; part cash eaay
term, rwii-irio. oitc . ' '
VwUB.Ha oti. , ...
Plans ft Bldg. estimates. Cottrell. W. 881.
DR. ROY, 1506 Farnam. Douglas 6497.
Civil Engineers. ,
E. B. Moore. 620 Pax ton Blk. Doug. 306S.
Creameries, Dairies and Supplies.
DAVID COLE CREAMERY COMPANY.
Fairmont s Diadem butter. Always good.
Coins. : . .
Old Coins 1?tmP" bought, sold, ex
U1UV.U1US chanced. Omaha fi .nj
Stamp Co., 619 N.' 16th.
i Cora Ice and Steel ( rt lings.
CARTER Sheet, Metal Works, Omaha.'
JAMES AT.I.AV 319 Ma.rfii. kil- tt..
. ..in; win. ,vi-
denes secured in all cases. Tyler 1134. ;
Omaha Secret Serv.. 428 Paxton Blk. D. 13U
L. W. LONGNECKER. 517 Karbach"Bik?
Daarlng Academlca. . , ..
BARIOHT HAT.I. tK c...
- - - - - , ...... DUU 1 .1 111,111,
assembly Wedneedsys. For terms phone
So. 2664. Genevieve Hauflarre. instructor.
Terry's Dressmaking college, JOth St Far.
Anna Sistek, suits, cloaks, dresses, alter
ations, repah-s. 215-8 City Nat Bk. D. 69o9.
'SEWING by day in families. Good work
guaranteed. Web. 4843.
BRYAN A (VHRIEK ilr.t.m.bln.
uuionng. zjz Kee Bldg. Ked 4239.
Fltipatrtck, tailor, dress'g. 2,504 Davenport
Miss Naplnsky, gawns. tOO Paxton. D. 6i3.
- Dressmaking. M Dodge. Douglas 7330.
. Everything Electrical.
LOWEST PRICES on massage vibrators.
- SEND FOR fO-PAGE BOOKLET.
; HARTHUN ELECTRIC CO., '
880 Brandets Bldg. 'Phone Douglas 5293.
WOT FF ELECTRIC CO.
U Wi-rl i- Wrlng for eIectrlc
lights and power. Fixtures, washing ma
chines, electric Irons, heating devices.
Easy terms. - 1810 Farnam street.
Electric lighting fix., wholesale and retail.
Burgesa-Granden Co., 1511 Howard. D. 681.
ALL kinds electrical apparatus, new and
"d-taand, and electrical repairs. Le Bron
Electrical Works. 313 S. 13th. Omaha.,
- Everything for Weasea. .
Mrs. Olsen, 1st class carpet weaving. W.6016
- Everything for Women.
DRESS pleatlngs. buttons covered, all
sizes and styles. THE IDEAL PLEAT
ING CO., 200 Douglas Block, Both phones.
WE rent, repair, sell needles, parts of
all sewing machines. Neb. Cycle Co., 15th
and Harney . Sts. Tel. Douglas 1662.
L. LIEFF, ladies' tailor; tailored suits
and fancy gowns. Room 456 Wead Bldg.
. WILLOW plumes made from old and
new feathers. 2326 a 12th St. Doug. 5566.
Western Millinery School ,
415 Paxton Block. Doug. 5821.
Bring material. Make your hats. One
lesson, $1. 6 lessons $5.
T)FTRMAM reliable ladles' tailor, is
xjvaixxviu.olx , located 433-5 Paxton blk.
Xjttest styles, materials. . Popular . prlcea.
Flatlron Hat Shop. Corolyn E. Byers;
irices very reasonable. 1726 St. Mary's.
Furnaces and Repairs.
REPAIRS in stock to fit your stove,
furnace, steam or hot water heater; new
furnaces, wrought iron and cast. Let us
figure with you.
. OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS.
1206-1208 Douglas St. Tyler 20.
' . FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS.
For Sale 1,000 shares King Solomon T.
& D. stock for $250. Also 5,000 Uncle Sam
Oil, cheap. Box 75. Little Rock, Ark. .
A. Donaghue, 1607 Far. D. 1001; A-100L
HESS & SWOBODA, 1415 Farnam St.
I HENDERSON,. 1619 Farnam. D. 1258.
McDonald brass and - bronze foundry,
aluminum, tin, lead castings. 1407 Jackson
JUnsIc, Art and l.angnigei,
PROGRESSIVE 'MUSIC - TEACHER
wanted; 30 pupils already organized; lo
cation and information free. Music Teach
ers' Training School, 613 Paxton- Block.
Charles L. Cocke, Jr., piano, 618 McCague.
FRANK MACH, violinist. Red 4627.
Helen Sadllek, teacher of piano. W. 1346.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, teachers of singing.
200 S. 35th, Ave. Tel. Harney 2027.
Cora Schwartz,- voice. 401 Boyd theater.
Francis Potter, teacher, guitar, mandolin
and banjo. 1920 Farnam. Doug. 3853.
HENRY COX. violinist. H. 3904.
Moving:, Storage and Cleaning.
Gordon Fireproof Warehouse and Van
Co. Furniture packing, piano moving.
Office 216 S. 17th St. Doug. 394.
FERRIN'S Van & Storage. T-1200; W-2747.
FERRIN S Auto baggage. T-1200; W-2747.
Furn. Moving; 2 men, $1 per hr. W. 2748.
Nwrserles and Seeds.
STEWART'S SEEDMAN. 119 N. 16th.
14V STOCK FOR SALE.
Horses nod Vehicles.
WILL SELL AT WHOLE-i
SALE sample stock of farm wagons-1
" and teaming gears. Central Im.
plement Co., 1117 Farnam. Douglas 2068. '
sample stock of farm wagons and team-i
Ing gears. Central Implement Co., 1117 '
Farnam. Douglas 2066. . '
Ist-ciass livery. Sherman, 24th & Clark, j
FOR -SALE A park trap, almost newj j
also two depot wagons, one almost new. I
Dr. B. B. Davis. .
LOST AND FOUND
HORSE lost In stock yards; roan geld. I
Ing, weighing 1,060 pounds, with a few J
red roan spots on heavy mane and fore-j
top, shoes all around, front shoes no toe.
calks. Notify F. P. Lewis, Union Stock I
Yards, South Omaha Exchange Bldg., ana I
receive liberal reward.
PERSONS, having lost some article
would do well to call up the office of the
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway
company to ascertain wnether they left
it In the street cars.
Many articles each day are turned ia
and the company is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owner. Call Doug
las 48. . .
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
S200 HEWABTl fnr thn n,,. nt -51- .
mond and sapphire ring, and no questions
a.ancu. . u. II., n& H I Tn HI.
$50 REWARD and no questions asked
for return of circle diamond ring, lost i
near 17th and Howard. Office Flatlron i
SPECIALIST for WOMEN. 41 Doug. Blk.j
Ladies guaranteed remedies. 401 Ware blk.:
Piles, Fistula Cured!
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures Piles, Fistula!
and other rectal diseases without surgi-i
cal operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write for book
on rectal diseases with testimonials.
DR. E. R. TARRY, Bee Bldg., Omaha,:
I WISH to announce to my patienta!
and friends that I have returned from;
my summer vacation- and am now ati
their service professionally. !
DR. J. W. NOVAK, DENTIST,:
Room 4, Continental Blk. Douglas 5077.'
MEN who are ill, send for free booklet!
of chronic diseases; write fully and con-'
fidentially; 50 years' experience. Oldl
German Doctor, 1718 . . fipringgarden
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
MONEY TO LOAN
Alice Johnson, 308-9 Brandels The. Bldg. i
.-.,,. .., Opticians.
B. F. Wurn, fitting and rep; g. 443 Brandels
. ,. t Printing;.
Lew W. Raber, Printer, IffiZl
BEE BLDG. ENTRANCE ON COURT.
Rels-Hall Ptg. Co., 109 S. 14th. Ind. A-3524.
SUPERIOR nuine nc odivptik
JOHN C. THOMPSON. Webster 3197.
Waters-Barnhart Ptg. Co.; quality kind,
quick service. Doug. 2190. 522-24 So. 13th.
P. O. Barnell. Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
H. A. STURGIS, registered attorney,
United States and foreign patents. 646
Brandels Theater Bldg. Phone D. 3469.
W. Thatcher, plumbing & heating.' 813
N. 40th St. Office: H. 3107; Res., H. 1638.
L F. Van Valkenberg,
Ing repairs. W. 867 or W. 6126. 1709 N. 24th.
Steel Tank, and Culvert Companies.
NEBRASKA and Iowa Steel Tank Com
pany, 14th and Nicholas. Doug. 3S69.
Stenographers and Co art Reporters.
Myrtle A.lveJIey, 816 Bran.' The. D. 6682.
Store and Office Fixtures.
' WE BUY and sell anything, everything
in fixtures. Omaha Fixture and Supply
Co., 12th and Howard. D. 2724. See us first.
. ELECTRIC sausage grinder, 2 cash
registers, scales, showcases, all kinds of
fixtures bought and sold. Levy's, 2510 N
St., South Omaha.
POOL tables, store, restaurant fixtures,
bought, sold. Levy, 2510 N, South Omaha.
Tents and Awnings.
OMAHA TENT CO., Tel. Douglas 822.
Trnaka and Salt Cases. .
Frel Ing & Stelnle, 1803 Farnam St
. Winea and Liqnors.
VIRGINIA DARE wine 65c a large bot
sandwiches. Alex Jetes, 502-3 S. 13th St
VIRGINA DARE wine 65c 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 for it at once. Address H. B.
Boyies, President Boyles College, Omaha,
Unsurpassed courses. Finest quarters.
Graduates are guaranteed good positions.
Work for board. Address. Mosher-Lampman.
1S15 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
Horace and Vehicles.
FOX STA BLES Ne w location, flrst-olass
llvarv mnA hnarrilna- Ifflt r-limlns. rt.
Salary and Chattels.
have long desired to obtain ready money i
for the sake of your wife, your children,!
yourself. Here " is your chance to ob-j
tain It ;
on f urn ture. pianos, warehouse receipts'
In fact anything of value or on yourl
plain note, if steadily employed. Terms' -to
suit. Confident al. .
Reliable Credit Go.
Third floor, 308 Paxton 'block, 217 S. 16th. K
'Phone Douglas 1411 and A-1416. j
on furniture, pianos and)
real estate at a very lowi
rato of interest. . .
Nebraska Loan Co.,
Douglas 1356. 220 Bee Bldg.
CHATTEL LOANS, $5 to $100. SALARY
LOANS. You can get It today of '.
. STAR LOAN CO., 601 Paxton Block.
HOME LOAN CO.
Most reasonable rates in the city. Writ
or phone Douglas 1285.
' 1623 Farnam, Room 8, Patterson Blk.
MONEY loaned salaried people and
others on their own name; cheap rates;
easy payments; confidential. D. H. Tol
man. New Omaha National Bank Bldg. j
DIAMOND LOANS at 24 and 6 per cent!
FLATAU, 1514 Dodge St Tel. Red 5619. j
OFFERED FOR RENT
Board and Rooms.
O. M. F. bants trunks. D. GIL A-zOJ.
2414 SHERMAN Ave., modern room
with excellent board. Call Webster 4026.
2S24 FARNAM Modern furnished rooms,
with excellent board.
REEDHURST for meals. DOUG. 8350.
LARGE nicely furnished rooms, strlotly
modern, walking distance. 2308 Dewey
Ave. Tel. Red 4968. '
PRIVATE family; modern; facing
Hanscom park; board if desired. H. 6456. 1
1529 Park Ave. ,
DESIRABLE modern, steam heated '
room; walking distance. Red 4232. . ;
2037 Harney Modern, clean, well furn- j
lshed rooms, reasonable. j
550 So. 26th Ave., large room, with
kitchenette, gas furnished, $4.00. . j
OWL-HOTEL, newly furnished, electrio 1
l.ght, hot water; 25c up. 110 N. 13th, ,
CENTRAL, strictly - modern steam i
heated rooms. Red 4232.
1915 CHICAGO SAY! HERE'S THE-1
PLACE TO ROOM. CHEAP, MODERN, j
2022 HOWARD-Large south front room, 1
suitable for two; private home; board if;
desired. Douglas 7774. - -
TWO nicely furnished housekeeping
rooms, in fine flat; close In. 547 a 24th
THRTfP! or 4 linfllralHhari aurtmaata
reasonable, 2018 Davenport .
. Fornlahed Hosats. , j
FURNISHED or unfurnished house. ltTJ ,
Plnkney. Red 4877. . -
THREE, unfurnished. private bath,
small store room and outside porch, mod
era except beat; no children. 2617 N. 18th,
6 MODERN except heat;- desirable;
nice yard. $18. W. 5178. . "
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