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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1913)
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DEATHS AND FUNKUAI NOTICIis.
Dt'UR-Catherj'n; aged 6S, beloved wlfo
or Chris Durr, Augjirt la. .
Mnerai from reslaenoe. SMI South
Eighth street, "Wednesday at S:W a. in. to
bt. Patrick's church at U a. no. interment
uoly Mepuicher cemetery. Ueceasea in
survived by husband and sir children
Hank f., Chris. Jr., Mary. B",0.
nes DurrW umaha and Mr. 12. 11. Jants,
UHUt'htcr, of Chicago, 11L
r'OLEY Alda Mi, wife of T B. Foley,
nied Monday, August U, aged year.
iHineral uifivlces Wednesday wilt leave
leslaencts U2 Burt Bt, at b-.JO a. m.. to
fat. Cecilia's church, ,7 N. 4uth 8t. Where
services will be held at o ciock a. ni.
interment Korst iawb cemetery. Friend
MNN-Charle H August It, lilS. at
Kansas City. AgeU 46 years. .
Kuneral services Wednesday afternoon
at SW irom juinu jcujhvv(
Ames Ave. Interment forest Jttwn ceme
OAHU OP THANKS.
We desire to express to our friends and
neighbors our stnecro appreciation, espe
cially tho Union tfuclflo'Jieaaquarters, ior
their klndnesn and beautiful floral
tributes in our late bereavement, the elok
nvss and death of our beloved mother.
Y. W. FHANEK,
pealr in Omaha, ares ,
Leo a. Hoffman, Utu and Dodge.
K. L. Dodder, Sfcl and oumuig.
xs l. bwanson, litti una cuiomg.
U, H. Bmwer, Ma Aorin SUli m., South
iou can order &VRCOP1LVUI from the
following ClCMETEUIEtJt t
Forest Lawn. Pnone Florvnco U4.
Prospect Hilt Phone ' VoUtir livi.
West Lawn.' Phone Douglas Ktt.
Mount iiopa Phone - if eusuii ltl-Wi
Uraceiand ,1'ark. k'hone .Douglas 10O.
Hoiy bepulchor. 312 Uarker
Or, order tflrecl Xrem the AjklUtUCAN
SARCOPHAGUS CUMl'ANY. Douglas
2442. Office 34M First Nat Bank Uldg.
8IRTII8 AND BBATHU.
lrth-J. Q. and -Lily Nugent, 203
North Twentieth, boy;?v. Wv and Emroa
Boyce, 332 Nortn Sovwiteenth, boy; tt ana
Frances Kllmept, 16 Frahces, boy.' . ,
Dealths-Mrs. AUa M. l'"oley, 3 years,
hospital; K. U, .Hanntngs, 'Si years, 221o
Noith Twenty-seventh avenue; June
Muller, i raonths, 6127 North Heventeenthj,
jonn AicuormicK, I years, nospitai,
Cnarles Wise. 41 years, 1017 Farnam.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
The logrolling association plcnlo will be
huld at mair. Neb., Thursday, August ii.
Neighbor George Magm-y will mane the
aaaress oi tne aay. ueorge llodns or
chestra will furnish music for dancing.
A good card of starts has been arranged.
t ome out and spend a nay away troni
t no oust oi tne city, juverynoay wet
The following licenses to wed have
Name and Residence. . Age.
Frank Culllson, Omaha 37
Mary Hcrringsen, Omaha. Ji
Ray J. Dascuback, Pittsburgh Ju
Alary Alicei Lynch, Omaha over XI
Dennis G. KavanaUzh. Lincoln 1
Catherine Lee, Lincoln : it
Thomas Luffa, Omaha .t 3
juna Dlspensa, Omaha.. t.....l
James Convey, Benson 21
Gladys Johnson, Benson , u
Klwood Q, Craft, Des Moines; la 21
lonine it, Kyi, uesjbioinea, la U
John Labro. tfoulh Omaha 25
Btule Jailca. South Omaha so
George Thresher. 1029 North Thlrtv
fourth, frame. SS.KW; Minerva Howbridge,
-lib urana avenue, irame, ri.ww.
t -ti.- ... ... , : 1
Factory and Trades,
Learn halrdresslng. Oppenhelm. D. 2380.
THE Neb. Tel. Co. can use a limited
number of girls In the operating depart
ment. Applicants must furnish refer
ences. Salary paid while learning. An.
Ply C. V. Lambert, district traffic chief,
nth and Douglas.
WANTKD-airls to label and pack.
Skinner Manufacturing Co., i:th and
Housekeeper and Damrstles.
WANTED Oood white
N. 40tb. Har. 343.
WANTED A competent girl for gen
eral Housework. Mrs. T, 11. Fonda,' Jr.,
Ot Bo. Sth Ar,; telephone Harney 2XB.
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Stars ! 1
lh 4 Temper!
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HELP WANTED FEMAIjK.
Ilonaekrepera and JJontcatlo.
THE BEIIVANT OHU. PHOI1L.KM
SOt.VRD-The Vee will run a Bfrvant
Oirl Wanted Ad FRK1S until you set tho
desired results. This applies to residents
of Omaha, South Omaha, and Council
Uluffs. Hrlnff your ad to The Beo otflco
or telephone Tyler 1000.
WANTBD Reliable white jrtrl for Ken
erat housework. Hmall family. 4S05 Dav
enport. Harney 4471 .
WANT1CD A competent cok.
Davenport. Harney to;
WANTED An experienced white maid
to do washing and ironing and help with
housework. Mm. Barton Millard, 123 No.
S9th 8t. Harney 47.
WANTED A competent maid for gen
eral housework. Good wages. Mrs. Cliaa.
Hlch, 8319. Dodge Bt.
WANTED-Mlddle-aged lady or Klrl to
take care of child IVi yearn old U per
week; apply mornings. 2210 Webster.
WANTED Ii once, American or Scan
dinavian laundress at 1015 South 20th Ave.
WANTED Cook. No washln. Wages
110. your In family. Harney 625.
WANTED Noat aDDeaiinir YOUhK
to do general housework: four In faml
Cathollo preferred. 1016 Georgia Ave.
Phone Harney 1767.
WANTED Qlrl for Keneral housoworky
smau ramny; highest waces; private
room and bath, 305 s. 3Sth Ht.
WANTED An American or Scandi
navian laundress. 1C1G B. 30th Ave.
ami, for general housework.
ibin Ht., south omaha. ho. z&se.
WANTIn-nmnnUnt iHrl fnr .jinA.il
l'ousework. Three In family. Oood wages.
White girl only. Apply at once. Webster
or call at 2721 Hpauldlng Bt.
work at onoe.
rlrl for general houao
68 South 20th St:
WANTED Girl for general housework.
WANTED-Experienced clrl for eeneral
housework, tto per month. Iteferences. 4305
iooEe pi. xei. iiarney nw.
. WANTED Laundress: must be partlc-
lar and quick; references required. 1801
wirt mi. webstor lira.
WANTED White girl for general
housework; must bo particular and quick;
no washing; good wage; room If desired;
references required. 1801 Wirt St. Phone
, WANTBDillouae maid: small family.
YOTJNCJ women coming to Omaha as
strangers are invuoa to visit the Youpk
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- truiae ai tuo union Station.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS OPEN TO
WOMEN 75 month. Write Immediately
for free list Franklin Institute, Dept
600 F. Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED Girls for chorus, exnerlencii
unnecessary: also want young man
capable of handling front of small show
maxing tne nig raira Call after 10:30.
uouKias ltooming House, 304 N. 16tlt St.
HELP WANTED MALE.
A aentc, dalesmen .nd Holleltors.
WANTED i neat annearitiir youne men
to travel. Apply 70S Brandeis The. Bldg.
AGENTS Make bla money aelllniT our
everlasting sign letters for stores and of
fices. Working outfit free with sueclal
orrer, .Forest Letter Co., south Amboy
WANTED 2 or 3 youne men of irood
appearance to solicit advertising; expe
rience not necessary: rood chance for ad-
Isvancement; give references and telephone
number in first letter, Address a zas,
AOENTS Good, reliable, to handle htsh
rrade line of household specialties; write
fur free. catalogue and particulars, a, w,
Carl. 1427 Wells St., Chicago, III.
, . Buy.
WANTED Boy to drive wagon for
plumbing shop. Call 1477 or write to L
27, care Bee.
WANTED A boy between 16 and 20 for
hipping clerk and to learn film manufac
turing. Omaha Film Exchange.
Clerical and Office.
STENOGRAPHER. 175. Address 2M,
S$5. Address O IS),
Factory and Trades,
HARVEST hands for tha Dakota and
Canada. Omaha Employment Bureau, 121
WANTED Printer with soma all
around experience in country printing or
rice; (II per week. No boozing or ciga
rettes. Adareis Basin, North Bend, Neb,
TWO barbers wanted.
Casper, Wyo., Box- 109.
U A. Spencer,
MEN WANTED Can qualify In few
weeks for positions waiting. No previous
experience necetsaiy. Learn the barber
trade. Everything In the business taught
practically. Tools given. Can earn money
wnii learning, can at once or write,
Moler Barber College. 110 8. lUh St.
GET Into the moat profitable business
of today, the automobile business, and
become Independent. Our large, well
equipped shops offer the opportunities of
learning the business by actual experi
ence on different makes of cars. Our
terms are moderate. Write or call Na
tional Auto Training association, 2814
It. 20th Bt.. Omaha, Neb. Tel. W. 6913.
HELP Call Omaha Employment Bureau.
ATTEND the RIGHT SCHOOL Lam.
eat best equipped school and repair shop
In entire, west Price no more than any
of the so-called schools. Equipment and
faculty not to be compared In any par-
tloular. NEBRABICA AUTOMOBILE
SCHOOL. 1417 DOdge, Tel. Doug. K13.
Drug store snaps; jobs. Knelst. Beo Bldg.
WANTED Platen pressman; steady
work. Deltch & Lamar Co., Sioux city,
WANTED Railway mall clerks, 175.00
to $150 month. Details free. Franklin
Institute, Dept. 213 F., Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED Men to try November exam
liiatlon for Omaha mail carrier; 363 to $190
per month. Apply Y 113, Bee.
YOUNO lady with seven yearn bankvas
experience desires position in bank; Com
petent and acru'ate. References, former
employers. Addreaa Y 20. Boa.
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1013,
Wanted to now Where His Pipe Was
i i wMN i r"v-' a i if rirc, yi' t i
ill ill mt at Ji m m ' w
ii ( 1 1 ii f - i . i if ii i vi li r-zi. iivu n nu w , f hi
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A. B. C. of Omaha
A BION'S KOSHER CAFE
tnnria fnr nuatltv. nuantltv At eoon-
316 S. ISth, middle of block, 2d floor.
KERR Abstract Co., 305 . 17th St.
Better be safe than sorry. Have
Vrr An vnnr .Ills n'nrlr.
E11RASKA CYCIjE CO.. "Mlckel's."
15th and Harney. Dotmins i'z.
We rent, repair, sell needles, parts
of all sewing machines.
VACUUM cleanbrs sold and rented.
Vacuum cleaning done In the home.
sanitary sorvice Co. Tel. Doug, aioi.
FARM hands furnished, short notice.
free. Omaha Employment Bureau, 121 N.
16th St. Tel. Douglas 1112.
SITUATION by a competent widow lady
as housekeoper In a respectable widower's
nome, satisfaction guaranteed. jan aiso
give good references. AddresB F 112,
care of Ilee.
WANTED Dy experienced bookkeeper,
position with city firm; coal firm pre
ferred. Address O 111, care Omaha Uee.
Wanted posit, as practical nurse. W. 6230.
SITUATION wanted by colored girl for
morning work or chambermaid; Cum
ing. Doug. 6033.
Standard Furn, Rep. 1st cl. rep'g. Red S69L
D. S. Griffith, wig mfr. 12 Frenzer Blk.
Wedding announcements. Doug. Ptg. Co.
OET a luoky WEDDING RING from
BRODEGAARD'S, AT the SIGN of the
CROWN, up the GOLDEN STAIRS, 16th
HAZEL LEAF PILE CONES Best
remedy for Itching, bleeding or protruding
plies; 60a postpaid; samples free. Sher
man McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
Omaha film exch., 14th and Doug. Mo
tion picture machine and film bargains.
Bli new garage at 2Sth and Farnam.
EXPERT and guaranteed repair work
on all kinds of cars; battery charging
ana magneto repairs;
bargains in used cars.
CAR CO., 1415 Dodge.
ODDS AND ENDS BARGAINS.
Two auto truck bodies, $25...... 1100
Rogers Ralstron, friction drive car,..., 100
wnito steamer, two now tires., zco
Set of 4 S2x3Vi oaalngs and tubes.... k 60
Two-cvllnder motor and transmission. 40
Truok chassis, solid rubber tires DO
11. PELTON. 2021 Farnam. Phono D. 3301.
1100 reward for any mhgneto we can't re
pair. Coll repairing. Baysdorfer, 210 N.18.
AUTOMOBILE Auburn. 1914 modol. 40
H. P.; run about 900 miles; all modern
equipments! a bargain; must sell. 11 S. 1st
t., council muria,
FOR HALE 5-passenger Palite-Detrott
auto, good condition. Will sell' cheap.
ucst Ac Russell cigar more, su so. ititn.
WRITE FOR LIST
OF SECOND-HAND MOTORCYCLES.
M1CKELS' NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
15TH AND HARNEY.
SUB-AGENTS wanted for the Yale
motorcycle In-nearby territory. Also bar
gains' in all makes used motorcycles. Vic
tor H. Roos, "the Motorcycle Man." Har-
iey-uaviuson ami Yale motorcycles. 3 mi
Leavenworth St., Ornaha, Neb.
GO INTO BUdlNESSS FOR YOURSELF.
We will give a reliable, energetic liquor
salesman an opportunity to go into busi
ness for himself by giving him a house
acount with us of exceptional advantages.
Must have a liquor traae of Ills own of
at least I40.MIO, Wo will do all the snip
ping and billing. Any man making ar
rangements witn us viu be in a position
to compete With any wholesale hauor
dealer In the United States, We will also
consider a straight salary proposition.
Arthur Lehmann & Co.. Distillers, Peoria,
REGISTERED pharmacist wanted with
3300 to take charae of drua tore. Par
ticulars address M. Burrows, Farmtngton,
FOR EXCHANGE New stock of va
riety and groceries; Invoice 3000; good
business; low rent; as pan payment for
furniture and lease of hotel. Address Box
137, . Chapman, Neb.
A TIRE and tire repair store carrying
a small, but complete line of accessories.
Located In the best automobile city In
Colorado. A good, paying buslnrss that
will stand investigation, inquire Boak
Rubber Co., 17 Ho. Cascade, Colorado
TO QV1CKLY sell your business or
real estate, write Kennebeck Co., Omaha.
WANTED Party to make small Invest
ment and take working interest in grow
ing business Address O 263. care Bee.
LOCAL RE PRES BNTAT1 VE wanted
In every town In Nebraska for a Contract
Loan and Investment company; all.' or
spare time. Call or write Mr. Wing, 815
city rational uana umg., umana.
TO get In or out of business, call
OANQEaTAD. 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D.
Paxton-Mltchell Co., 27th and Martha Sta
DR. ROY. 1305 Farnam. Douglas 6137.
J. C Lawrence, D. C. 2323 Howard. D-S4SL
Mra jtosa Boeaen. 1822 Lake, Web, mi.
CHINA painting; outside firing done.
Mra F. C. Haynea. 1525 8. 26th St D. O30.
Creameries. Dairies and Supplies.
DAVID COLE CREAMF.RT COM PA NT
THE last month at Hackle's for sum
mer rates. 1U6 Harney.
Tarry Dretsmkg. collage, 20lh & Farnam
PUT ft THERE
&4W6oME IT !
Omaha Sec. Ser. Agey. 428 Paxton. D. 131.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evi
dence secured In all cases. Tyler US8. ,
100 SANITARY paper drinking cups, 60o,
postage prepaid. liurkley Envelope Co.,
Drugs at cut prices; freight paid on
110 orders; catalogue free. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. Neb.
KverythliiK for Women.
OLD plumes made new. California Os
trich Plume Co., 206 Neville Bide Dg. 010.
Plumes made over, cleaned, dyed, curled.
Bertha Kruger, 429-A, Paxton Blk. D.S394
Bedbug, roach & ant killer,, guar't'd sat
isfactory or money refunded. Special large
bottle, 5c. Omaha Chem. Co.. Doug. 4314.
A. Donaghue, 1C07 Farnam. D. 100L
HESS t SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam St
L. HENDERSON. 1618 Kamam. D. 1258.
furnaces, Stoves, Repairs.
We carry repairs for furnace, steam
and hot water boilers and stoves, and
have competent workmen to do the work.
Now is the time to prepare for winter.
No charge for inspection.
Omaha Stove Repair Works
1206-8 Douglas. Phone Tyler 20.
TORNADO INSURANCE. Call
1024. O'NelU's. 1S06 Farnam St
INSURANCE Fire, tornado, auto. Dan
It Smith, 326 Bee Bldg., Tel D. 970.
PURE COPPER LIGHTNING RODS,
WUOLSESALB AND RETAIL.
We keep lightning out of your home.
Write or Phone
It F. STRUTHERS M2M. CO.. Doug. 8393.
1108 FARNAM St.. Omaha. Neb.
Naraerlea tun Beads,
STEWART'S SEEDMAN. 119 N. 16th.
MIRACLE WHEAT Hardiest winter
wheat grown. One-third bushel scads
an acre. Awarded highest honor at
Charleston. W. Va.. 181i state show ii
per busheL Nlmahl Nutum, Shlnnston,
Alice Johnson, 803-9 Brandeis Tha Bldg.
D. O. Darnell, Paxton Blk. Tel Red 7117.
H. A. Sturges, 630 Brandeis Thea. Bldg.
DOUGLAS PrlnUnTco. Tel. Doug. 644.
The Raber Printing Co. g0!?h$
BEE BIDG.. ENTRANCE ON COURT.
WATERS-BARN HA RT Ptg. Co., qual
ity printing. ToL Doug. 2190. 624 S. 13th.
CENTRAL PRINTING Co., Doug. 3754.
Stores and Offtcw fc'lxturea.
DESKS, safes, scales, showcases, shu'.v.
ing, etc. We buy, we selL Omaha Flxturo
ana supply uo., m-ic-m a. km. u. ti
Plumbing and heating, Fischer & Con-
nell, 1313 William St. Doug. 5737.
J. "A.. WEBSMAN. 2612 Leavenworth:
mod. neatlng ec plumbing. D. ai92. II. m
3. J. Ostronlc, plumbing, heating, gas fit
ting; free estimates, nn a. ii. xyier xsn.
(Sheet Metal Works.
Carter Sheet Metal Works. 110 8. 10th.
Trunka and Sultcauee.-
FRBLINO & BTE1NLE. 1803 Farnam Bt
UprolatcrluK and Hepalrlnur.
EKWALL & CARROLL, reflnlsulng. re
palrtng. int. decorating. 2418 Leav. u. flu.
tyinea and Liquor.
WILLOW Springs Deer. llaorsj clears.
sandwiches, Alex jeies. am-a o.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
DO YOU KNOW HOW , .
to do .any one thing well? Do you know
that the big business houses are search
ing for efficient young men and women
like tnose who sre graduating every
THE BOYLES BUSINESS
Omaha and Council Bluffs.
Day and Night School all the year round.
Complete courses In business, bookkeep
ing, stenography, telegraphy, civil service
and salesmanship. More calls for grad
uates for paylqg positions thun we cun
fill. Write for our new catalogue. Call
end see us.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 2.
Special inducements to enroll now. Ad
dreas II. B. Uoyles, Pres., 1810 Harney
St.. Omaha. Neb.
THE VAN BANT SCHOOL
Stenography only. Patronized y thc
educated and experienced. Day ana nlcht
bt hool. N solicitors. Telephone or write
for catalogue. Omaha. Neb.
BETTER PAY AND BETTER
Hundreds of young men and women are
preparing for success In 'business by tak
ing up studies In the
Regular term opns September 2.
Finest quarters; unsurpassed facilities
for teaching; graduates guaranteed good
positions) eaay terms of tuition; special
Inducements to enroll at once; handbook
cf lessons on business forma and practice
given free. Unusual opportunity to get a
practical business education. Send for
1816 Farnam St, Omaha; Neb.
LOST AND FOUND
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons haviror lost some article would
do well to call up the office of the Omaha
i &. Council Bluffs Street Railway com
pany to acertaiu wneuier tusy leu it in
the street cars.
Many articles each day are turned In
and the company Is anxious to restore
them to the rightful ovvner. Call Douff
old pipe of Rax
DO Bui A
6oT 5bME Z5:
Si oe 1
LOST and FOOUND.
IX)ST White pup. Saturday night, with
brown spot on forehead: cars clipped.
long tall: liberal reward If returned to A.
Garotto, 604 N. '16th St.
LOST Elk charm, diamond setting, $40
reward. J. W. Reed, Merchants' hotel.
LOBT Red moroccd pocketbook contain
ing money and Masonic patent and other
papers or no uso to anyone out me.
Finder can keep the money. Return
papers and get reward. J. II. Dumont, 326
Board of Trade.
LOST A pink crepe dress laundered
'A. N.' on delivery card. Finder call
Florence 338. Raward.
Dr. Baker Medical Offices
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Consultation and examination free.
210 South 14th Street Omaha, Neb.
Piles, Fistula Cured
Dr. B. It Tarry cures plies, fistula and
other rectal disease without Burglcal
operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money jSold until cured. Writo for book
on rectal diseases with testimonials.
DR. E. It TARRY. Bee Bldg., Omaha.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY furnished salaried people and
others upon their own names, cheap
rates, easy payments. D. H. Tolman, 333
iioara 01 xraae Duiiamg.
OFFERED FOR RENT.
Apartments and Flats.
Gordon Van Co.
219 N. 11th St. or 210 S. 17th St. Tel. D. 394.
6-ROOM APARTMENT, all modern,
newly repaired. 2619 N, 20th St Tel. Web
1807 FARNAM 5 rooms completely mod
ern, suitable locatlmt fnr fifflrp ntnrllr.
dental or dressmaking rooms, etc. for
tenants wishing homes adjoining. Hall
Plat Co., 433 Ramgo. D. 7406.
THE ALBION APARTMENTS,
10th and Pacific Sta.
An elegant 5-room apartment,
thoroughly modern. Call D. 4512.
2956 Harney St, 6 rooms, modern, 345.
609 8. 22d St, 7. rooms, modern, 340.
521 S. 28th St, 4 rooms, modern, 315.
2C09 Lake St., 5 rooms, part mod., 312.
2214 D St., a O., 5 rooms, part mod., 39,
4204 Lake St, 4 rooms, city water, $8.
2615 S. S3d St, 5 rooms, mod., new, 325.
1337 S. 27th St. rooms, mod., 322.60.
2617 Charles, 5 rooms, city water, 315.
505 S. 34 th St.. 5 rooms, city water, 312.
345 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
628 SOUTH 26TH AVE., six-room flat
one of the best In city. II. S. Mtuin.
NEWLY furnished rooms; steam heat.
1708 Jackson St. Tyler 1521.
24th and Farnam, room with bath; rea
sonable; Kentlemnn. Tyler 1123.
Hotels and A pnrtmeut .
DODGE HOTEL-sModern. reasonable.
Houses and Cottmten.
1911 FARNAM, 10 rooms; J45. D. 1598
T7TTM?T TTV Storaga and Van
XL) EjLL 1 X Co- Go"1 stored,
. moved, pacKod,
shipped. 16th and Jackson Sta. Doug. 1616.
A COMPLETE list of vacant nouses,
apartments find flnt thnt am tn- wn
J This is a list compiled dally and can be
ovw. hcd ui uiiKruo at jua noutn lull ol.
OMAHA VAiN AHU STORAGE CO.
MAGGARD VAN AND STOIlAlli: in
packs, moves, stores and ships household
goods and pianos. Douglas 1496.
FOR RENT Two-storv framn ilwxlllnir
on Cass, near 2fith; modern. Creignlon
university. Douglas 2320.
NO EJUAL 7-room house. J.mnm not
all modern. Tlzard, 220 N. 23d.
J. C. Reed Exp- Co- tumlturo moving,
u . j. j-viiu. Two met ,i nour vv. 2748
Houses Jn,RlJ,.PHr!. ot ... ,
v''b", mji.p I.U., XJCC XII. IK.
FOR RENT 342.60. 8-foom hm.n-
Knuntze' place; new plumbing; hardwood
floors; corner lot; fine shade. Web. 295S,
FOR RENT Five-room
bath. 815 N 27th Ave.
FOR RENT Six-room cottaae: Lath.
etc.; in good order; Immediate possession.
2433 South 16th street.
lrRRRTN Van amJ Storage Co., 15 N.
MODERN 7-r. brick house. 20th -ind
Cass; $45. Tom Kclley Co., 203 N. 16th
FIVE-ROOM modern bungalow.
Charles St Phone W. 7166.
NICE. cozy, newly decorated cotlauf
reasonable. 1311 S. 11th St.
1558 N. 20th, 4 rooms, water paid, $14.
710 N. 22l, 7 rooms, modern. $35.
1903 Capitol Ave., 10 rooms. 2 baths, $50.
RINGWALT, Brandeis Theater Bldg
MODERN 6-toom cottage. lth furnace;
comer lot; southfest cor. 28th Ave. and
nugglcs, $22.50. Thos. W. Hazen, 207 Mc
Csttue Bldg. DoSiglas 1300.
Stores and Offices.
FOR RENT The office on ground floor
of The Beo building occupied by the
Havens-White Coal company. Frontage
on Farnam St. and occupying about h'-Oi
square feet, with extra entrance on the
court of the building. Large vault. Fine
oftlce fixtures for sale. Apply N. P
Fell, Bee office.
OFFERED FOR SALE.
Why buy second-hand furniture when
our bargain basement contains odd pieces
and dropped patterns at a traction of
their valuer It will pay you to call.
Beaton & Laier Co.
$150. Leaving town.
piano, almost new.
Address L 107, Bee.
On account of leaving city will sell new
furniture, 4 rooms complete. In lot or by
piece; big sacrifice. Phone Webster 676L
Rebuilt typewriters rented, aold; easy
terms. Butts Typcw'er Ex., 1SC6 Farnam.
TYPEWRITERS for rent; $ months. SS.
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
""REBUILT and slightly used typewrlteri
rented and sold on eaay terms, o
Typewriter Exchange, 111 .H. 13th St
Drawn for The Bee by Cliff Sterrett
xTr IT 1
OFFERED FOR SALE.
RENT nn Oliver typewriter, 3 months,
14. The Oliver Typewriter Co., Doug. 1319.
RENT nn L. C. Smith & Bros, type
writer, visible, late modelf back space
key, guaranteed A No. 1 machine. L. C.
Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.. 1819 Far
nam. Phone - Douglas 2213.-- Remember,
this Is new location.
EMPTY Ink barrels for sale. Apply Beo
Publishing Co., 17th and Farnam Sts.
FOR SALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accessories;, bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy payments. The
Brunswit!k-Balke Collender Co., 407-409
S. 10th St.
FIVE carloads of beer bottles for sale.
Quarts and pints. Nathan Steinberg, 1019
SAFES Overstocked: second-hand: all
makes. J. J. Derlght Safe Co., 1212 Farnam
HALL'S safes, new and 2d-hand. Corey
& McKcnzle Ptg. Co.H 1107 Harney. D 2644.
8x8 air compressor. 612 S. 14th.
SAFES 2d-hand. American Supply Co.
FOR SALE Refrigerator, CO feet long,
12 feet wide, cold storage room for fresh
meat, buttor, cheese, etc. Now in use,
will sell cheap. Orkin Bros.
Miss Fisher, mas., bath, elec. treat. D. 861
Massage, 1st fl.,r,6, 1723 Dodge. Mr. Steal'
LAURA WILSON, Bath, Mass. Tel.
62-DAY BLOOD REMEDY. , '
Bextcn Pharmacy. 12th and Dodge.
197 SUBSCRIPTIONS TO
the L. H. Journal. 31.50; the S.'E. Post
81.60; tho Country Gentleman, 3L50, by
Sept. 30, earns that 33,000 for the Invalids'
Pension Ass'n. Your renewal contributes
50c. Phone Douglas 7163, Omaha.
GOHUUIN, Tilt. AlAUAiniV OlAiN.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast
off clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell at 131
N. 11th St., for cost of collection, to the
worthy poor. Tel. Douglas 4125 and
wagon will call. '
I have changed my location to 214 Bulrd
bldg., 17th and Doug. Mrs. Dr. Rlttenhouse
t Shater, mass.. g.iec uaum
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit th Young
Women's Christian association building
at 17th and St. ilry3 Ave., where they
will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers iu ui mo uwuh mmm...
m a Ota A CIW, Swedish movement 413
MAObAlXill Bo- Bld Douglas 6372.
MRS J. B- HUTCHINSON Your
daughter, who was born on or about
November 17, 1884, and left at my home
Nov. 27. 18S4, is still alive; if you wish
to see her. call or write Y 214. Bee.
MANICURING, face, scalp, magnetic
treatment. Miss DeBar. 1711 Dodge.
SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
TWO new Jobs plastering; about $85.
Want plasterer who can buy small house
Ing and chickens; worth $895. Easy terms.
He does not neca to pay u
Address J 123. Bee.
SEND for our large exchange oook.
Shopen & Co.. Dept ornana neo.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE.
R.J!D Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska- 06 Brandeis Theater.
CITY 'PROPERTY FOR SALE.
With 3 Lots
This Is a well built, modern 10-room
residence, in first-class repair, located
near 49th and CaBs Sts.
Five bedrooms on the second floor be
sides a large attic.
Good sized barn, can bo used for gar
age. Tho grounds have a south frontage
of 150 ft, 135 ft. in depth, with several
. '.a 1 V I ... I B,.il(i.
large snaae ireea ana uvautuut ... u
bery. One-half block from the car line,
A thnrnnehlv developed. comDletO Place.
ready to move Into.
Let UB snow you mis place ai j'uur
convenience. iPrlce $8,700.
George & Company
903-12 City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 766
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
Elegantly flnlshod home containing
reception hall, parlor, dining room and
kitchen on first floor; 3 nice bedrooms
and bath on second floor; strictly all
modern; lot contains considerable shrub
bery and trees; conveniently located to
car line and school. Price $4,100; paving
310-312 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
My home, oak and white enamel finish,
fine plumbing. Want an offer. Don't
fall to see It. Webster 4193. 2866 Blnney.
Must be sold; a bargain. 7-r. all modem
now house. Owner. Harney 5917.
1515 N, "33D ST. S-room mouern house,
full basement and attic. Combination
fixtures. Newly painted. Cement walks.
Three blocks from school, on paved street
and car line. Lot 43Hx75. Terms $4,000. $2,204
down, own time on balance If sold by
September L Rents for $35. Lyls Burns,
3130 SOUTH ISTH A suod house and
lot' good place ror a nice tamiiy. very
TO settle an estate, double flat and 2H
story house, 821-23-25 S. 20th St; first
class condition; reasonable. Phone H. 2933.
FOR SALE By owner, new, modern
house; 1st floor oak finish, cement base
ment; za iiocr. Dearooms ana oatn
$3,500. Web. 2445.
Kountze Place bargain. $ rooms, modern
except heat; 53x133 ft lot: paved street
Cheap for quick sale. Webster 488.
TO BUY. SKIX. jR KENT J KIH3T 8EB
john w nnnniNK. ioj KaKiVau st
FARM A HANOI LANDS POK SAL 13
a Trw stiutr sHtrisa srrwsrl tVt mimwisw
and winter; for full p&rtlcuUro address
, owner, H. A. Leach. Weils. .Nevada.
T JUST . .
iVitftfERE. 17 V1045
FARM UANC11 LANDS FOR SAI.I5
FOR SALE COO acres splendid farm
land In Roseau county, Minnesota; eight
een Inches heavy black loam clay bottom.
$3 per acre; smalt payment down; balance
to suit, via uiistering neat; no crop
failures. Answer quick, J. F. White,
Chamber of Commerce. Minneapolis.
FOR SALE Stock farm, 644 acres; cen
tral Minnesota; 35,000 cash needed for
first iinvment. I
For sale, highly improved farm, SS(
acres in the Red River valley, Minnesota,
nsnoo rush nemlnd for first payment
These farms for sale at a bargain IS
. n t. ,AJ T- .... .1
IB lien ai once, uwner. ixj. oit javciiLiwu.,
TtVn ilnlrv. irrnln nml frtllt farms fol
sale. Well watered; good markets; 331
per acre. Writo for information. G. WJ
Hinton, Odessa, iM. y.
Mr. Someone's Employe:
ARK Yfm IlKADY TO OIIIT WORKING?
FOR A BOSS?
WOULDN'T YOU RATHER WORK FOR
Lei's quit talking about It and get down
to facts. -How
would this New York farm Btrikoj
YOU. No. 253, 55 acres $100 per acre
Right at the door of tho world's great
cat markets. !
Here is a splendid little farm, with fruit
enough to assure a good living right from,
the beginning. Here is a seven-room A
house and sufficient outbuildings every- .
thing all ready, no money needed for Im
provements. The buildings, etc. could
not be built for less than $3,000. The farm
Is only two mllos from town and Is on a
paved, state road.'
VA acres of apples, VA acres of raspber
ries, 200 peach trees, 50 cherry trees and
25 pear trees.
Then there is a five-acre timber lot for
firewood, posts, etc., and two splendid
springs of clear, sparkling water. Tha
land is gently rolling and the soli a rich,
loam, just right for fruit and alfalfa.
What more could one ask for, a nice
lot of fruit in bearing no waiting. Add
a few cowa and a nice lot of chickens
and a garden. Put in Just enough grain
to feed your stock and seed the rest to
alfalfa, which will sell at $15 to $25 a ton.
Let us sell your city property for you
quick and then go and buy this farm on.
easy terms and be independent for Ufa
Come in to our office and let's talk It
over or write for our book, FARMS AND,
FIELDS OF WESTERN NEW YORK-
70 fine pictures.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
FOUND 320-acre nomestead In settleel
neighborhood. Fine farm land, no sal4
hills.- Cost you $175. filing fees and- alt
J. a. -j. racy, nimoaii. wen.
LAND FOR SALE 1.000 nrru lovlnt-
from 4 to 8 mtleo from Fremont; sail it
In 40 acres or more. Will take 20 per cent,
down, tha balance at 5H per cent interest;
from 6 to 10 years. Address D. Schroeder,
250 W. Military. Fremont Neb. mweuol
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
Money to loan on Omaha homes. Na
delay. J. H. Mlthen Co., Inc.. 921 can
National iBank Bldg. Douglas 1278.
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nau
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha National. Douglas 71
WANTBD City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam ti
aa CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Oo
u 310-12 Brandela Theater Bldg.
GARVIN BROS ana w up.
vr-tv v j-m AJixKjtj, Qmaha Nat Bulk,
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust O
LARGE loans! our specialty, fltull Pro
'.$100 to $10,000 made Drommly. F. D-
Kveao, vveaa xsiag., uin ana furnam.
WANTED TO BUY
Dolgoff 2d-hand store payl highest prices!
for furniture, clotnes, shoes. Web. 1607.'
Slightly used high grade piano. W. 372a
" WANTED Used touring car, 5-pasaen
a-er. 1912 or '13 model. Must be in cmorC
condition. Give full description and prictwi
feier iveiiy, neweia, a. u.
WANTED TO RENT.
FOUR or five furnished rooms com
Dleto for housekeeping, within walking
distance. Two bedrooms. Not over $3
month. Address H 110, care Bee.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
.Ship live stock to South Omaha. Savci
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
nients receive prompt and careful atUn
Lire Slock Commission Uerehaxitsv
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Vxchange Bldg.
Woman Witness In j
Hyde Trial Drowns i
With Her Mother
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Aug. 19. Miss Loll1
Vannuls, who was drowned at Hampton..
Ia., today, was. one of the witnesses fori
the state in the trial of Di B. ClaikJi
Hyde for the murder of Colonel Thumaa'
II. Swope, the millionaire philanthropist.,
Her death will weaken the prosecution,!
which Is planning to bring Dr. Hyde tai
trial for the fourth time next montn.
Miss Vannuls was a nurse In the Swopai
home at the time of the unusual series;
of deaths there. In the trials she testi-i
fled to a series of stranxu happenings at'
the Swope home and said she recognized
the odor of cyanldo on the hands ot1
Thomas Swope. the colonel's nephew.i
after he had found a capsule alleged to)
have been dropped by Dr. Hyde.. Tha!
testimony of Hugo Breckleln. a druggist,'
who aold cyanide to Dr. Hyde, and that of J
Miss Vannuls, were to a great extent'
responsible for Dr. Hyde's conviction at
his first tral for first degree murder.
Tha Persistent ana udl clous Use of
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