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TJ1K BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1913.
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HEATHS AND FUNERAL NOTICKS
CANNON Edward C.. "Tuesday. .Onber
2. at tho home of his mother, Mr.
Ellen K. Cannon. 2306 Spencer.
Funeral Thursday at 9 a. m. from
Sacred Heart church. Please omit flow-
James. October 26. She 1 survived, be-
ldes her hu.band. by ono daughUr.
Mrs. 'P. J- Dalton. k
Funeral from resldance,
Hue. Wednesday morning -at 8:
St, Peter's church at 9 a. m.. InUrment
Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Please emit
BUTCLIFF-Frank, aged 22 years, Octo-
Funeral Thursday morning from reel
aenca ot James OJary. 1MB
teenth street, at : a. m. to St
church. 0 a. m. Interment. St Mary-"
TOOZKR Mrs. Lena, died Sunday after-
noon. October 2. at 4 p. m
Funeral service will be held at Crosbys
undertaking parlors Tuesday afternoon,
pstober 28th. at 2 p. in. Interment Forest
Dealers In Omaha are:
l.o A. Hoffman, 24th and Dodge.
E. I Dodder. 23d and Cumlnp.
N. P. Swanson. 17th and Cumlnp. .
O. If. Brewer, 606 North S4th St., South
Youan order SARCOPHAGI from the
Forest lawn. Phone Florence 134.
Prospect Hill. Phone Webiter 2404.
West Lawn. Phone Douglas 89.
Mount Hope. Phono llenson 141-W.
Oraceland Park. Phone DourIss 1064.
Holy Hepulcher. 312 Barker block.
Or. order direct from the AMERICAN
RARCOPHAGUS COMPANY. , Douglas
Htt. Office. 304 First Nat. Hank Bldg.
ATTKNTION. M. W, A.
Members' ot the Modern Woodmen of
America are Invited to attend the social
meeting ot Camp No. 120 Wednesday
evening, October w
C. II. T. RIBPKN, Clerk.
BIRTHS AND DBATHM.
Blrths-J. F. and Marl Oallagher, lkk
Grace, boy; Frank and Kate Hall. 616
Cuming, boy O. A. and Allc Johnson,
SI10 Dewey avenue, boy; J. K. and Allder
Johnson, 340H Boyd, girl; C A, and
Dorothy Johnson, 4312 Saratoga, girl; J.
It. and Ethel B. Mines. 130i Houth Thirty
second, boy; W. and M. Van Orman, 2211
North Twenty-eighth avenue, girl.
Deaths-KUtabth K Bailey, It years,
8117 Myrtle: Magnus Holmgren, 22 years,
3721 BOUth Eighteenth; Harry Klrtler, 28
years; JSAi LdUte; Michael Kile. 2D years,
hospital; Wilt Bleffe, SI years, MM
The following marriage licenses have
Nun o.nd AiUrau.
tFred R. Norton, Omaha ,,K
JIasel Kvans, Milwaukee, .., 1$
James I Brown. Des Moines to
Elisabeth Needles, Fort Dodge, la 13
John Frances ateaaen, Omaha. 27
Xathartae D. Ilerrlngton, Waterloo.,.. M
B. Ebner, tot South Forty-first, frams,
fl.W: F. L. Melted. 4124 North fifgh.
teenth. frame, M.eao; Adam Len. 4t0
Leavenworth, frame 1,8W; Hastings A
lieyden, 24 Hickory, frame, 11,809; Berka
Ar Muslt, 17 South Twelfth, frame, H,m.
Cteytsal ail effltte.
OIRI for otflco and sanitarium work.
Oerrnan doctors. 420 Broadway, Council
Bluffs. Address J iia, car Be.
Hsacekeevej-B a.Ha Semwatlca,
THE 8ERVANT OIIIIj PROBLEM
BOLVED-Th Be will run a Servant
girl Wanted Ad FIIEB until you get fh.
desired results. This applies to residents
of Omaha. South Omaha and Council
Bluffs. Bring your ad to Th Boo offlc
or telephone Tyler 1000.
WANTBD High school glr or mlddl
aied woman who wishes a good horn
" wiui nouaeworx. ilea UTZ.
------- .u miu, wiui Efln-
eral housework. Telephon Harney
WANTED- .1.1 .
huidwork In family ot three; no washing.
Jiousework. lUferences required. 3S23
WANTED-Flrst-clasa laundress for
slonday; references required. Mrs. D. 8.
Baker. i02 B. 88th StHone Harn.y I1T.
.'"' -n. vwuiijciriiv tnaia ior lip
" - . yyiiMi ,UIUlia, I R,
X : ' V" swiersa nouse-
Burt St, y WOrki roo1 ws-s. tJU
WANTBD-OIrl for general houseworki
ll issi ri ""n park district
WANTED-Competent girl for general
housework. 17 Farnam Bt.
' M. 1 wr r-t ....
iiabhu-umm gin ror light house
ork. three In family; best of trcatm.nu
??f! ?lh.E"r. T.lePhpn.
-j. ' --yll ou
WANTBD-A good nurs girl. Mrs.
Mantel. 120 So. 37th 6L Harney JIIOV
WANTED-Good girt" for general houai'
-"f, xmerenccs requireq. liar. S44e.
WAVTrn ri-nA 4t . ,
york. Good wages. No washing. 34 Ul.
" KXPJCRIE.NCKD girt for general house!
WANT-43ood girl for general house
tot, ie i, tigmty vtw.
' WANTED Good slrt for aeneraJ houi.
work. 1K Park Ave.
WANTED A girl-woman to care for
iniani or s anraos eacn week, ret
creaces required. Uar&ry EMS,
IlEfir WANTED FEMALE.
Housekeepers nmt Domestics.
I k WANTKD-Good girt to assist with
' housefrork. Apply 2412 Hurt Bt.
! ' WANTED-Yni!ngYlrI lonsltwith
, honscnorlf no v.asn.ng. 4012 Cumins 8t
. lOOD girl for general housework. Mts.
W. C. Lyl. 634 Park Ave.
. GIRL wanted for general housework.
No. S74 86. 85th Ave.
WANTED Oood girl for general house
work. 3723 Jones St.
WANTED A aoverneas for 6-vear-oId
Child. 102 No. 21st St. W. 2982.
WOMEN Get government lobs. Blc
ray. .Writ for free Hit of positions
available. Franklin Institute. Dept. 653
O. Rochester. N. Y.
Y0UNO women comlmr to Omaha as
strangers ate Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at St. Mary's Ave. and I'tli St., where
they will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Ixok for
cur travelers' guide at the Union stfttlon.
IlKIiP WANTED MALE.
Agents, Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTliD A good first class collector.
must give best of reference; msn who Is
now employed preferred. C. F. Adams,
421 8. Uth St.
AGENTS-Let us show you how to
hiiiU htif mnnev elllnir new ftaiented
specialties. Write for now catalog. Blxth
City Bales Co., 141T Prospect Ave., Cleve
AOHNTB Make big money during fall
season Wtlh oiir line: permanent cus
tomers; regular income, we nein you
build profitable business In your terri
tory. K. C. PatUt, Mcconnell. Ill,
? a . a j nn a a
6)Jeitnt; mtJit be able to leave city. 706
jj ra not" mra. jiiuh,
AN onnortunltr for a live wire sales-
mH with a little fanltal and of some
general bilsiness experience to establish
selling agency In Omaha to handle the
fastest 1Ililf automobile arcesaory on
the market. Write for Appointment, J.
B. Hulett, S3 Bast 2sth St.. Chlcwgo.
strt. MAIL oriDKrt man.
Ttnrlnnera. established firms. Deal with
rethonslbfo corporation. We furnish best
n.alt order line. Factor' prices. Classy
itoposition. copyngntea prospectus iree.
MiailSHIPPI VALI.KY CO ,," TNC.
M B. 5th, Pittsburg. Kaiw
AnKNTH make 600 per cent profit sell
ing "Novelty. Sign Cards." Merchants
buy 10 to 1W on sight 800 varieties. Cat
alogue freo, Bultlvan Co,, 1234 Van Buren
Bt., cnicAgo. hi.
nnit r.oiwi mwm ymj ...
Hold by ell grocers. Commission very
liberal. Address Y Hl4, Bee.
WANTED Bright office boy. Beply In
6wn handwriting to C 132, caro Bee of
fice. HOY; offloe work. Address K 169. Bee.
HOY wanted to learn nice trade: must
live- wltli parents; wages $1. Iloom U
Douglas block, 16th and Dodge.
Factory and Trades.
Drug store snaps! jobs, Knrtit, Bee Bldg.
WANTED A. first class experienced
upholsterer for tufting and box spring
work. Beaton & Laelif Co., 414-417 South
OlST Into tho most profitable huslnesH
of today, the automobile business, and
bcomo Independent. Our large, well
iMlilltifwd s'hops offer tho opportunities of
learning 'the, business by actual expert
eneo on different makes of cars. Our
terms ar mntlerata. Write or call, Na
tional AUto Training association 2311 N.
seth .St.. Omaha. Net. Tel. Webster .
steady workl good pay. Apply Sweet
land, Candy Factory, lM7-,Hurt St.
OTIHM HllHItl-.IlH wnnted. flmahn Km.
Ploymxiu Hureau, lzi No. l&th St.
n h itawi iHftn tu utAiin lilt;
.UUU l M R A'.. .h.nf , .v. H , V, a will
viirar, ill a. num, nuwKt , n v, jiiuii 1 1 , mil
qualify yen. We give tools. We turn
jou oui compeisni. nee uur iRiaioRur.
Call or write. Moier Barber College, 110
PlxASTERERB wanted. Onen slion: fl
a,, day, eight hours. Apply W. E.
uumpiimvitie. uox wis. Houston. Tex.
iiKbP Call Omaha Bmoloyment Bureau.
WANTED Railway moll clerks; ex
aminations everywhere frequently; sam
ple questions rre. i-ninKim institute,
Dept. ill H., Rochester. N. Y.
.WANTS I A first claas drauer and
wlhdqw shad hanger tor outside work;
permanent .position, good salary. Beaton
St .Later co., i&-ui noutn itn nt
MEN with patentable Ideas write Randolph-
A "Co.. patent solicitors, Wash
ington. l, C.
WANTBD Ess eandlers and chicken
BiokerS. Steady work for the right men.
Aptly Minnesota Packing Company, Man
YOtlNd MEN. vou should learn the
auttnoWlie business, and learn it RIGHT,
Warn more, money man you ever aid w
fere, We .have both a day and a night
elaM. so Vou have no reason for delay.
Ce In NOW.
NJHJRA8KA AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL,
' mo uouge ml
LOCOMOTIVE firemen. brakemen.
wages, abewt tuw; positions assured com-
netent inexpenencea men. eena age.
statntt. Asare y aw. tie,
WANTiflDFlfteen men for ditch work.
ulenwooa,, la, itaymond Tnsier.
WANTKD First-class all-around cook:
must hays good habits. The Kroy Cafe,
MA lK A.NU I'UMAti.
CANVASSERS Men or woman: new
article.' sells .In every store, shop or of
fice. Call '2120 Douglas.
SITUATION wanted bv experienced
chauffeur with private family; can drive
any make or car or will work in small
Shop as mechanic! or engine trouble man.
Phone Douglas C7ii
FARM HANDS furnished, short notice.
free, Omaha Employment Bureau. HI N.
UHh Bt Tel. Douglaa lilt
YOUNG man attending Boylea colleee
wanlr work tor board. D. IKS.
Wanted posit, as practical nurs. W. cm
FIRST-CLASS laundress will do
cleaning. Please call 8. Z7&
CLEAN rugs, wall paper and Dalntod
walla, wax floors. Good work or no pay.
Call Bert ..Webster 2317.
CAPABLE, respectable lady wishes
place good home, with moderate wages;
no washing. Address S 115, care Bee.
CARPENTER wants work; storm sash
promptly attended to. ynone uea zwrr.
COMPETENT woman wants to ex
change work for vocal lessons. Address
L 1M. cafe Bee.
YOUNG woman wants 2 or 4-day house
work ner -weeir in colored rnmnv. ilea
WANTKD Position la housekeener bv
lcdy with little girl S years old. Address
it w. care ,uee.
FOR day. woman. Call Douglas (34.
STENOGRAPHER, with six years' ex
perience, desires permanent position. Ad
dress u to:, care uee.
A WIDOW wants nls.ee as hoUsekeeoer
for bachelor in city or near Omaha. She
has Z. boys, age 9 and IS years. 1611 call
fornla Bt Tyler 1$4.
32 South Hth St.
V U IH mutorcyie messenger service.
a X-l. 1 u nniin Mkt nr
W4Ms aanouncementa Doug Ptg. Co,
GET .a lucky WEDDINO RING from
BHODEGAARD'S AT the SION ot the
CKOWN, u the QOLDKN STAIRS. Uth
V. B. OrUflth. wig mfr. U Frenser Blk.
A. B. C. of Omaha
A KKIN'S'ltOSHEB CAFE
"t" stands for quality, quantity ft econ
omy. 216 B. 15th, middle of block. 2d floor.
B ELL, DRUG CO. New location 1J1S
Farnam. Everything new. .Old
Phone Douglas 2SO. Come, call or
write. Rubber goods.
ERR Abstract Co., 306 S. 17th St
Better bo safe than sorry. Have
Kerr do your title work,
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO. "Mlckel's."
ISth and Harney. Douglas 16S2.
Wfl rn rnriati. tim1l. nnrta
ofall sewing machines.
PEOPLE'S restaurant, 1304 Douglas
meals ut alt hrs., inilsic, service the
best. I3.M meal tickets. $3. Cocalls.Mg.
VACtrUM cleaners, sweepers, hydraul
ic, electric and hand power sold on
tented. Sanitary Service Co. 'Doug. 2304.
HAZEL LEAF PILK mNRS- lint
remedy for Itching, bleeding or protruding
pnea; ow postpaid; samples rree. sner
man & McConnrll Drug Co.. Omaha.
DORBEY ft WALKER.
stewards of Carter Iak club, will have
a grand opening of the Falstaff cafn and
buffet, Board of Trade building. Wednes
day. Oct 29, 2&c plate dinner and a la
from 10:M a. m. until 9 p. m.
Omaha film. exch.. 14th and Doug. Mo-
tlon picture machine nnd film bargains.
J00 forfeit for nny magneto we rnn't re
palr. Coll repairing. Baysdorfer. 210N. IS,
FOR SALE Ford roadster. A-l conill.
tlon. 2220 Fort St Douglas 1 6ft).
Big new garage nt 2th nnd Farnam.
BARGAINS In all makes or used motor-
cycles. Victor II. Roos. "Tho Motorcycle
man. iv,i j.eavcnwonn ot.
WRITE FOR LTKT
OF SECOND-HAND MOTORCYCLES.
JH1CKKL8' NEHRAHKA tlVCLE CO.,
16T.U AND HARNEY.
Special plans for selling your business
or real estate. Kennebeck Co.. Omaha.
PARTNER Man or woman, active or
silent In business without competition;
world-wide market; S2,00O to 25,000 needed:
business returns as much quarterly. Ad
dress B 133, care Jlee,
THIS L. B. CJoll harness and Implement
business In Glenwood, ,1a.; only harness
stock In elty of 4,000. with trade from ex
tended and prosperous farming com
munity;' stock about 3,000, total; a splen
did opportunity for art active business
man. If. M. Logan, Administrator, Glen
FOR SALE Hardware and Implement
stock, nice clean stock that will Invoice
about 17,000, In a good country 14 miles
south of Lincoln. In a town ot 200 inhabi
tants; reason selling, other business. Ad-
fl ss Y aau. nee
TO set In or out of business, rail on
OANGE8TAD. 404 Bee Bldg. Tel D. 8477.
FOR RENT A well equipped black
smith and auto repair shop; renter must
be experienced and well recommended.
W. F. Karhart, Menlo. la.
Iltioiuiitlf lixiimr lur Hal.
14 rooms, newly furnished, party leaving
city; rooms full; 617 So. 16th, Flat i.
Phone Doug. M66.
Paxton-Mltcliell Co.. 27th and Martha Bts.
J. C. Lawrence. D. C. 2222 Howard. D. 81.
Mrs. Rosa Boesen. 123 Lake. Web. 4785.
W.E.Purvlance, D.C. 408 Pax ton blk.D-4942.
DR. ROY. 1805 Farnam. Douglas Wl.
lst-class carpenter repair wrl. TV. 4071,
FULL dreaa auita: Dartv dreases for sals
or rent, tl.CO per night. Open evenings.
John Feldman. tOC N 17th. Doug. I12t.
Historical masauerade costumes to hire
at Theo. Lleben ft Sons. U14 Howard St
Wlii,m b .... 1 1 n , wun,u . i . . 1 1 n uvuv.
Mrs. F. C. Haynea. UU 8. 25th Bt. D. 4880.
Creameries, Dairies nnd Supplies.
DAVID COLB CREAMERY COMPANY.
DON'T you danceT Go to Maokle's. ISIS
Harney, where oil others learn. P., MR
Jewell Simpson. Douglas Auditorium;
Monday evening. Doug. 2424 or Web. 2491.
Tangoa. AH new social dances. R. 3242.
Tango, social dances a sDeclalty. D. 6S07.
Preventive dentistry", pyorrhea, oral
rophylaxls. Dr. Flckes. 727 City Nat. Bid.
Omaha Sec Btr. A gey.. 48 Paxton. D. 1311,
J AM EH ALLAN. 212 Neville Blk. Bvt.
dene securud In alt cases. Tyler 1124.
Terry Dntssmkg. college. 20th ft Farnam.
Dressmaking; day. Miss Bruns. D. 6814.
MISS NELSON: by the day. Har. 60SX
BE your own dressmaker: easy method:
day and night course; special induce
ment to students enrolling during month
ot October., National Dressmaking Col-
lege. fv t'ausrson piomt. umnii, nto.
DRESSMAKING by day. Web. 6711
nntldfl at cut nrlcea: freight nald on
210 ordsrs; catalogue free. Sherman ft
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. Neb.
ESverythtna; for Women.
rtT n v1nma mail. tiw r"atlfAfn( W.
trlch Plum Co.. 206 Neville Bldg. D. 6010.
Plumes mad over, cleaned, dyed, curled.
Bertha Kruger, 429-A. Paxton Blk. D. 83M,
D II ESS Dlea,ttna. buttons covered, all
sixes and styles. THE IDEAL PLEAT
ING CO.. 220 Douglas Blk. Douglas 1236.
A. Donaghue, 1607 Farnam. D. 1001.
HES8 ft 8WOBODA. 1416 Famam Bt.-
L HENDERSON. 16 Farnam. D. 1268.
BATH'S florists. Boyd Theater Bldg.
First-Class Furniture Repair. R. KS1.
Furnace, Stpvea, Repairs.
REPAIRS in stock for all make of
stoves and heaters, furnaces, steam and
hot water boilers; new furnaces. Em
press and Sultan water and steam boilers.
uroana aiov iievajr norei,
1206-8 Douglas St. Tyler 20.
TORNADO INSURANCE. Call Tyler
1024. O'Nelire. taw rarnam Bt
1 Mattreases nnd Pillows.
HAVE your feather mattresses and
down covers made at Omaha Pillow Co,
Call or write. Will give you our prompt
attention, uu ijuming. u. ,
Naraertcs and Seeds.
BTEWART8 SEEDMAN. ll N. 11th.
Alice Johnson. 908-8 Brandels The. Bldg.
Palatlns; nnd Paper Hangtasr
The Globe Ious ptg.. -paper hanging ft
sec sausiacuon guar iw; pougtaa. R.98o.
II. A. Bturges, C30 Brandels Thea. Bldg.
D. O. Barnell, Paxtcn Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
Plumbing and heating. Fischer & Con
nell. 121$ William St Doug. S727.
DOUGLAS Printing Co. Tel. Doug. 641.
WATBRS-BARNHART Ptg. Co., qual
ity printing. Tel. Doug. 2190. 624 8. 13th.
RABER PRINTING CO. Doug. 1018.
Sheet Hetml Works.
Carter Sheet Metal Works. 110 S, 10th.
Store nnd Office Fixtures.
DESKS, safes, scales, showcases, shelv
ing, etc. We buy, we sell. Omaha Fixture
and Supply Co.. 414-16-18 8. 12th. D. 2724.
Storm Doors nnd Windows.
Wetrlch, storm doors, sashes. 1317 N. 24.
Flrst-lass tailoring. 8. TCenyon. H. 2997.
Trunk nnd Suitcases.
FRBLINO ft STBINLE. 1803 Farnam St
Wines and Llqnora.
WILLOW Springs beer, liquors, cigars,
sandwiches, Alex Jetes. 201-S S. Uth St
Y. M. C. A. Night School
New Classes Opening
Carpenters' Arlth., $3.73: Commorrfnl
law, 10; Eleotricat Testing. 1M; Elec.
Engineering, 115; Freehand Drawing, $7.
Gas Engineering, 17. DO; German, task);
Plan Rending and Est., 27; Public Speak
ing. 27; Salesmanship, ti&. Showcard
writing, 27; Steam Engineering. 215; Speed
Shorthand. 112; First Aid (nek). Enroll
now. Extra feo of 23-harged nonmembers.
16 CLASSES OPENED SEPT. 15.
Now Is a good time to enter. Inquires
cheerfully answered. Call Tyler 1(V)0.
EDUCATIONAL DEPT., 17th ft Harney.
Unsurpassed classes. Finest quarters.
Graduates are guaranteed good positions
Work for board. For free catalogue art
dress Moshcr-Lampman College, 1815 Far
nam ML. omnna, neo.
LirJJln I'llll UHVH. JIUVUVlHMi
nursing, rnkssage. etc.; evening classes
by physician. Address A Sl. Care Bee.
, nit... 1-1 n .Hi. itutiillnn TNanh
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL
ALL THE YEAR. ,
Complete course In Business. Book
keeping. Stenography. Telegraphy. Civil
Service and Salesmanship. The catalogue
Is ready, Call, write or phone for It.
Boyles College, 18th and Harney St.,
Omaha. Neb. .
LIVE STOCK FOR SALS
Horses nnd Vehicles.
FOR BALE-Pedigreed horse. Five
years old. W. H. Stephens, 2619 Foit St
TV ."W .m nml wneons: best
. , i ,.. as .-ntl.tv In tha city.
Johnson-Danforth Co.. 10th nnd Jonea Bts.
Horses. Mules on payments. 2010 Nicholas.
..LOST AND FOUND.
OMAHA ft COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons having lost some article would
do well to call up the office of the Omaha
ft Council Bluffs Street Railway com
pany to ascertain whethjr they left Jt n
tho street care. , . ,
Many articles each day are turned In
and the company Is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owner. Call Doug
SCOTCH collie pup about half Brown,
female, strayed from automobile stand
ing on Main street In Benson, near en
trance to Glenn Park Sunday afternoon
about 2 o'clock: color sable and white;
long pointed nose, with white streak up
nose and forehead; had on round leather
collar; answers to "Bonnie." 25 reward
for return. Phone Benson 202.
FOUND A lady's satin shoe In W. O.
W. building. Ned Altchlson. 1023 W. O. W.
LOST Male dog, shaggy-haired Alrdale,
answering to the name of "Hubs;" wore
collar, with 191S tax tog No. 248. Reward,
If returned to Plensant Holyoke, 3863 Far
nam St. Phono Harney W54,
Dr. Bnkor Medical Offices.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
fsn Mill t a, linn nnil avarnltintlnn t PAe
210 South Hth Street. Omaha. Neb.
Piles, Fistula Cured
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write for book
on rectal diseases with testimonials.
DR. B. It TAHKX. o "SO Biat., uiwun.
xftea vi.'MK?ri mQiinirA & alcohol
rubs, scalp treatment. 304 No. 16th. R. v.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY FURNISHED SALARIED
PEOPLE and others upon their own
names, ohenp mtes. easy payments. Nor
ton ft Co.. 235 Board ot Trade Building.
OFFERED FOR RENT.
Apartmenta and alnts.
Gordon Van Co. Sf:
219 N 11th St.. or 210 B. 17th St Tel. D. 204.
BEAUTIFUL NEW STEAM
Wa have something new In the way ot
steam-heated apartments, located at the
corner Of 42d and Harney. These apart
ments have private front and rear en
trances, private porches and a nice lawn.
They differ from other apartments by
navtng xucnen, aining room anu very
large living room on the first floor, and
three large bedrooms, bath and sleeping
porch on second floor. There la nothing
like them In Omaha, bee tnem at once.
PAYNE ft SLATER COMPANY.
616 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
1807 FARNAM 6 rooms completely mod
ern, suitable location for offices, studio,
dental or dressmaking rooms, etc., for
tenanta wishing homes adjoining. Hall
DIst. Co., 4-13 Ramge. Douglaa 7400.
FOR RENT Four-room modern apart
ment. 665 S. 28th St H. 4141.
FREE TO NOVEMBER X.
Call D. 4512.
220-6-room flat. 1202 N. 2Uh Bt
Beautifully papered throughout
S AND 4-ROOM flats, modern exceot
heat, 29th and Dewey Ave,; close In; for
oniy sis; one montns rent free. n. p.
Dodge ft Co.. 15th and Harney Sts.
6-r.. modern apartment 1112 Bo. Uth.
FURNISHED room for rent In private
family, walking distance. 2310 Howard
FRONT room. 2222 Farnam. Doug. 6844.
OOOD furnished room, with private
family, within walking distance of. post
office. For further information telephone
Hotels nasi Aiwrtauata.
DODOS HOTEL Modern, reasonable.
Hoaacs and Cottagea.
x AA-'AAX A A movt(jt packed,
shipped. Kth and Jackson Sts. Doug. 1516
A COMPLETE list of vacant houses,
apartments and flats that are for not
This Is a list complied daily and can b
sen tre ot charge at 809 South 17th St
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.
NSW 6-room, modert. without hsat
2721 Parker. Phon Harney 74.
NOTHINO like It; central, steam heat,
7-rooms; halls, bath, basement 220 N- 23d
NINE-ROOM modern bouse: good loca
tion. 716 S. 37th; S5.0. Webster XML
7 fl "Rpri E- Co- furniture moving.
U,u.iw-tu Two men. 21 hour. D. SUA.
HnilRPS ,n Parts of the city,
nuusta crelgh Sons ft Co.. Be Bldg.
EIQHT-roora jiouae. modern, for sale
or rent Inquire 1993 Leavenworth Bt
OFFERED FOR RENT.
Houses and Cottages.
ClftA TTVncnilnAn A r .
rooms, new; hot water heat; 200.
,f,r tril . . , - i . 1 ..
iwy&ju Avr. , rooms compieicty
modern, 230. Hall, 43 Ramge Bldg. D.
Modern ten-room nouse, east front, full
lot large bam. Will put In thorough re
pair for a desirable tenant.
No. 1122 So. 32d Street 240.00
Desirable six-room cottage, east front
paved street, almost new.
No. 126 No. 27th street 227.60
Eight-room modem house, within walk
No. 2621 Capitol avenue 230.00
ALFRED C. KENNEDY.
209 First National Bank Building.
f Telephone Douglas 722.
FOR RENT Two-story frame dwelling
on Cass, near 28th; modern. Crelghton
university. Douglas 2230.
9-ROOM house tor rent. Furnished or
Unfurnished. 1902 Wirt. Web. 668.
MAOGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO.
packs, moves, stores and ships household
goods and pianos. Douglas 1436.
FOR RUNT Six-room cottage; gas.
electricity; fully modern; nearly new; alt
repapered, varnished and In first-class
condition; 2621 Bristol St, one block from
car line, call and see It or telephone
office, Douglas 2081; residence, II. 1673.
Houee open Sunday after 4 o'clock. E. E.
NICE, clean five-room cottage, with
bathjJIS. 2610 Wirt St.
STRICTLY modern 7-room brick; walk
ing distance; near the high school, Cen
tral school and Crelghton college. Cnll
owner, Harney 1446.
7-ROOM strictly modern house for
rent; reasonable for right party; fur
nished or unfurnished nice location: on
car line. Phone D. E296.
2913 MA80N-12-room brick. Suitable
for 2 families or roomers. Har. 1E60.
FOR RENT 7-room house, all modern,
3126 Cass street Phone Benson 253 W.
FOUR-ROOM cottage. 1914 Bancroft.
BRICK, houses. 2616.261s Dewov A v. 7
MOYER STATIONERY CO.,
1616 Farnam St
245.00 Dundee, 8-room, modern, oak fin
ish. 4812 Capitol Ave. ,
Tyler 1536. 210-12-14 State Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT 205 8. 25th Bt, seven-room,
modern brick house, Inquire 3124 Far
FOR RENT 6-room modern cottage. In
first class condition. 1517 Ohio St. 220.00.
2914 Jackson, 5 rooms, gas, water, toilet,
217.60. Inquire 541 Park Ave. II. 3757.
RBMIB PARK HOMES FOR RENT.
218 8-room, 3311 Lafnyette Ave., fine lo
cation, strictly mod., nicely decorated,
250 7-room, 3609 Lafayette Ave, new,
GEORGE ft COMPANY,
Phone D. 766. 902 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
S-R. MODERN OARAGE.
On car line, best location, J30.
O'KEEFK REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. Doug. 2718.
6-ROOM cottage, hear car. modern ex
cept heat. 1905 Spring. H. 1E50.
, Stores nnd Offices.
1811 FARNAM STREET
3,000 SQUARE FETT
Two and one-half blocks from 16th and
Jiarnam. Ready for ocsupancy Novem
ber 1st. ,
THOS. F. II ALU
433 Ramco Bldg. Douglas 74flJ.
FOR RENT The office on ground floor
of Tho nee building occupied by tho
Havcns-Whlto C6al company. Frontage
on Farnam St. and occupying about 1,600
square feet, with extra entrance on tho
court of the building. largo vault. Fine
office fixtures for sale. Apply N. P.
Fell. Bee office.
NEW storo building, 26x60. Steam heat.
DESIRABLE two-room office suite In
tho Continental block, convenient loca
tion, good service, $30.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY.
200 First NnUonal Bank Building.
Telephone Douglas 722.
SMALL store room, 711 8. 27th St, only
Large store room. 1703 N. 24th St., only
N. P. DODGE ft CO..
15th and Harney Bts.
OFFERED FOR SALE.
KITCHEN cabinet, oak dining room
set, library table, rocker, desk and book
cases, two mahogany rockers. Call Har
STYLISH parlor stove, hard or soft
coal: 2G.60. at 1901 Park Ave.
FIVE-ROOM flat, complete, new furnl.
ture. 1110' Farnam. second floor, rear.
Tyler 1266. 2350.
ELECTRIC pianos, 3123. 119 N. 16th.
FOR SALE Instruments, paraphernalia
and music, for orchestra. APPly Post
isxcnange. Fort Omaha. Neb.
PIANO player, with music, very cheap.
Doug. 6435. 810 So. 23d Ht.
RENT Remingtons; Monarchs and Smith
Premiers ot their makers. The Remington
Typewriter Co., telephone Douglas 1824.
iteniai creaitea it you purcnase, and only
very newest and highest grade machines
sent out Rates, three months for 25 for
understroke machines or 23 per month tor
latest model visible writers.
TYPEWRITERS sold and rented every
where. L. C. Smith ft Bros. Typewriter
i-ompany, wi ramam Ht. omana. Neb.
TYPEWRITERS for rent! 8 months. tB.
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
RENT an Oliver typewriter: 2 monfha.
24. The Oliver Typewriter Co. Doug. 2912.
ALL makes typewriters rented and sold.
easy terms. Butts' Typewriter Exchange,
1S06 Farnam St Douglas 6031.
FOR SALE New and 8econd.ha.nit
carom and pocket billiard tables and
Dowung aneys ana accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy payments. The
Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Co.. 407-409 a
FOR SALE Four-Danel white ntn
doors. 4-pane window sashes. Webster 4808.
AO Buys BfH Coal for the money;
i vw sM itlVU A II COUit
Win HAT .V 1L-fV-.r rrn-l -.-I,' '
w- aaa.u-' SWa USVSV UI4 l,C( c
formerly used In The Bee business office;
Y. . Ann,.. . I . . 1 T, , , .
EMPTY ink barrels for sale. AddIv Be
Publishing Co.. 17th and Farnam Sts.
SAFES Overstocked, second-hand, all
makes. J. J. Derlght Safe Co.. 1212 Farnam
OV) stoves must be sold In 60 days. D.
HV Amer. Furn. Co.. 605 N. 16th Bt
GIBSON guitar for sale. 410 No. Uth.
TO AP nnA V. , . t.,,nl . . m
. u u ui aiuiiv.ilK iDliCia lur
sale. Henry Burghardt. St. Paul. Neb.
BOBTON terrier pups cheap. Doug. S8C4.
, , , ., ,. , , j
YOUNG women' coming to Omaha as
strangers are invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at Kth nnd St Mary's Ave., where they
will be directed to suitable boarding places
or otherwise assisted. Look for our travel
ers' aid at the Union station.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furinture, mag
oxlnes. We collect We distribute. Phone
Douglas 4125 and our wagon will rail
Call and Inspect the new home. 1110-1112-1114
63-DAY "BLOOD REMEDY.
Bex ten Pharmacy. 12th and Dodg.
Marguerite Halloran. massage. D. 77(1.
Miss Fisher, maa. bath, elec treat D. 81
f A ftS A nV Swedish movement tit
4.J.w-.-Be Bldg Douglas 6377.
Af ASSAtTE 'Jrn and bunions treaUdT
' ura. Mavnea. 707 R
Manlc'r'g. massage. Miss Debar. 1711 Dodg
Electric massage, bath. 214 Balrd Bldg.
Dyeing switches & hair spcialtyW 3600?
Massage. 1st fl. r. 6. 1721 Doage. Mrs. Steele
MAGNETIC Inst. 1829 Vinton. D. 6n.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 208 Brandeis Theater.
CITY PROPERTY I'UH SALE.
For 10-Room House
18th and Burt
We have positive Instructions to sell 04
N. 18th St. by November 1. Houso Is In
excellent condition and Is modern, etc;
heat; corner lot, 60x60. Paving paid In
full. Property Is renting for 240 per
month. Price reduced to 33,750. Submit
your offer tomorrow.
The Byron Reed Co.
Tel. Douglas 3)7.
212 S. Kth.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
4919 Chicago street, Dundee. 8 rooms,
cold sleeping room with heated dressing
room, open fire place, the real thing;
built-in bookcaies, oak floors throughout,
oak finish first floor, birch second floor.
Built for home. It not sold by Dec. 1, will
rent for 245 per month. Can be seen any
H. W. MORROW,
Thones: Days. Doug. 49G0: nights, H. 3490.
BEAUTIFUL 6-room modern home, full
basement and garage. Corner of 28th and
Jnckson, 684 So. 28th St. Phono II. 1890.
Big Reduction in
Price of New
I have several newly furnished houses
ready for occupancy. They are all
modern, beautifully finished and In good
On account of the lateness of the sea
son I am going to offer these houses at
greatly reduced prices an 9 on easy
monthly payments. It you are looking
for a bargain In n home, telephone me
tonight after 6 p. m. and I will show you
the houses tomorrow.
Telephone Web. 7112.
Six rooms, on one floor; brand new
and entirely modern;' living room, dining
room and reception room In oak: with
beam ceilings; book-case, pedestals be
tween living room and dining room;
paneled walls and plate-rail; nice kitchen,
two fine bedrooms and batliroom. Ce
mented basement; floored attlo; sleeping
rorch; choice location, paved street, pav
ing paid. By all means take a look
through, If In search ot an attractive
looking, well built home. Easy terms.
SCOTT & HILL,
Douglas 1009. 307 McCague Bldg.
Located In Kountze Platte. Has five
rooms, all on one floor; oak floors
throughout; oak finish in parlor and din
ing room with beamed ceilings, paneled
walls and plate rail. Two bedrooms and
bath are finished In white enamel with
mahogany finished doors; nice large
kitchen with panto along one side of
room. Open today for Inspection. Lo
cated, at 1S17 Pratt St.: 2500 less than
actual value. Price 23,400. This house Is
strictly all modern in every respect.
Phono Owner. Webster 824.
"We will finish up this week as pretty
a 5 room, strictly modern bungalow as
there Is In the city. It has five large
rooms; press brick fireplace in living
room: French doors between lWIng room
and den (or bedroom.) Nice attlo and ce-
mentea basement very attractive exter
ior appearanco and Interior as well. Built
ot first-class materials and by skilled
mechanics. Full 60 foot south front lot
on paved street, paving paid. Easy terms.
Tirtner particulars as to Price, location,
eta, upon application. -
SCOTT & HILL,
Douglas 1009. 207 McCague Bldg.
FOR SALE 3vral
fine building lot
near tha car line,
city water, good lo
cation; terms 81
LOWN. 31 A WEEK
without Interest; you can start fj
as soon as you pay your dollar.
H. H. HARPER.
1013-11 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 2636.
-r. mod., 819 N. 22d. S. O.. 2300 cash.
7-r. mod., 2911 Seward, $300 cash.
7-r. mod., 1530 S. 25th Ave., 2209 cash,
6-r. rood.. 27th and Miami, 2300 cash.
4 5-r. mod. cottages on 1 lot, rents 272
per month; 26,000, 21.000 cash.
Inquire 413 Karbach Blk. Doug. 8607.
HANSCOM PARK, west side. Seven
rooms, nearly new; hardwood Insld; hot
air, electricity, gas; exceptional focatlon;
accessible; alt Improvements. Douglaa
Strictly mdrn cottage, Includes gas range
and coll heater; nice lawn and hedge.
211 Brand. The, Doug. 83S0; Web. 4071.
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. BOBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
FARM Jk RANCH LANDS FOR SALH
WHY not come to a country with tho
soil, seasons, climate and healthT Wn
can give you all of these. Write us for
particulars. Moore Realty Co.. Prescott,
FOR SALE 40 acres finest Florida ever
glade land on Hlllsboro canal for 230 cash
per acre. Address M. A. 1C, 1108 Felix
St.. Bt Joseph. Mo.
DAIRY FARM FOR SALE NEAR
189 acres two miles north of Council
Bluffs on Lime Kiln road and 7 miles
from Omaha postotflce; well set In blue
grass; five-room house, good barn, sheds,
hog house, chicken house. brlcked-In
cave, gasoline engine, never-falling water
supply, engine house; well fenced; has
"me Crult on ltl m Per ac',e. Must be
f2? D& e" Company, Sole Agents.
123 Pearl Bt. Council Bluffs. Ia. Let them
show It to you.
164-ACRB Improved alfalfa farm, 340
KiSias. Wckett. Arkansas city.
FOR SALS 640 acres fin land; beat
ImnrftV.tii.nf rn,? .1 lli.i.l .!
. , i.uisani blocs;
and crops go. Henry Edmlster. Toledo. O.
MONTANA RANCH For sale. by
T,ner,a- 1-Te-c" Irrigated ranch, thlrtv
miles from Great Falls, in the Chestnut
Valley, four miles from Cascade; 1.00)
acres Irrigated and Into alfalfa, timothy
ndHeIfJ5'ln well settled community
with graded roads, schools houses, rural
Phonos, etc. Irrigation system Is owned
by company of local farmers. Will sell
part cash, balance easy terms. M. j
Breen. 830 Security Bank Bldg., Mln-
TlT T V l.rin.l 1 1 m .
. iiu. jhkc no more
chances on drouth. Five tons alfalfa
forty bushels wheat, eighty bushels oats!
sure crops every year 40i5O per acre
land and permanent water right 25.60
down. 27.60 for fourteen years, which la
leas than rent. Interest, per cent
RE AIj ESTATE.
I'lnil Jt RAM I! LANDS FOR 9AhK
nd. 9 miles
from Cambridge, 4H miles from Walbo.
M . ... . . ?l , n h.V MMdAff.
J acres unuor iii . -
balance pasture with hardwood timber,
6-room house, barn and other outbuild-
ings, all in gooa rewir,
i.i.nknn, n-iiv tup nn acre. Adam
Morast Cambridge. Minn.
FORTY acres. 11.800. v
Eighty acres. 34.000.
Eighty acres. 35.600. ,
Close to market, schools. i ,f
E. Z. Terms. i
For full particulars address " .
L. M. PETERSON,
Stanchfleld. Minn. .
nnnn nt r.Vi t v matt ImnrovementS.
wood Co., 1
lUon with '
!o., West- .
tnree miles wesmrooK, louui
...uu.., , t , . ' - - - - , .
10 years at 6 per cent. Co-operation
..in.. r.i j i ,., ,i 1 1 . i imrrn i. i
agents wanieu. jkci i m
Selected Western Nebraska Land. .
I can offer ten flno quarter sections
good smooth farming land, near Reding
ton, Morrill county, Neb., for 216 to 330
an acre. Alt rich valley land, good black
soil, abundant water 15 to 80 feet. Mor
rill county grows big crops wheat, 35 to
40 bushels per acre; oats 60 to 60 bushels;
corn, 35 to 60 bushels; potatoes, 200 bush
els ; alfalfa, three good crops.
If you want to secure 100 or 33) acres
of the finest land In western Nebraska
at these low prices at once and arrange
to go out with me next Saturday, No
vember 1 and look it over.
GEO. N. HICKS.
219 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Omaha.
FOUND ANOTHER HOMESTEAD 324
acres, 20 miles out; In settled neighbor
hood; flno farm land, not sand hills.
Price 3175, filing fees and all. In corner
of Colorado. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
6,000 ACRES In large and small tracts
of Pittsburg county, cool bearing, farm
ing, frUlt and pasture land, in pros
pective oil and gas belt: 210 an acre. For
particulars write John E. Cavanagh,
LAND for sale; corn wheat and al
falfa, 315 to 100 per acre. Write us.
Eddy Real Estate Co.. Eddy Okl.
BARGAINS IN OHIO FARMS.
235 to 250 per acre. Write us today for
farm list J. B. Rice & Co.. Warren. O.
80 ACRES IRRIGATED Land In
Yakima valley, with ample water right.
Will raise 7 tons alfalfa hay or 70 bu.
corn per acre first crop. Two miles from
either Northern Pacific or Mllwaukeo
roads. Ideal stock and dairy ranoh.
Write owner. T. A. Noble. North
WANTED TO BUY OR SELL U .E.
IF YOU WANT TO BELL
YOUR REAL ESTATE
WE CAN GET THE BUYER.
PRICES MUST BE RIGHT.
PAYNE & SLATER CO..
6th Floor Omaha Nat Bank.
SALE OR EXCHANGE It. E.
HAVE half section hay and grazing
land clear of encumbrance, six miles
from railroad. Wish to trade for clear
residence property, Omaha. Address Y
317. Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS of 31,000 ana up desired on Im
proved real estate. Large sums a spe
cialty. W. H. THOMAS,
. 238 State Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska, farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglaa 2175.
6 CITY LOANS. Bcmls-Carlberg Co..
" 310-312 Brandels Theator building.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city
property in any amounts.
H. W JOINDER, . .
823 Cltr National Bank nirtr
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull' Bros.
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nat.
llOfl tn tm IVVl mn. ............ 1 .. t
"""i cu uiutn A3i.il ana rarnam.
fl A T?Y7TT TJTJncs Tn. irjvi .a ..
WANTED-Clty loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Bmlth & Co.. 1330 Farnam St.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED TO BUY.
Rachman will treat you right; best
prices for turn., clothes & shoes. W. 5146.
B. SHAFTON buyB men's cloth. W. 6479.
wniir.n nu tn u in.,.i. .
.. - .w ... iuuv.il wiui U,
party who has a 6 or 6-room house for
sale, to be moved on a vacant lot. Ad
dress. K 124. Omaha Bee.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT Small furnished
apartment; will consider rooms and bath.
TtOATin anil mnm want A ,H , .
:. . .mm... nwii in private
famllv hv man nnri rMM aA ...
pt child, V. B. Tendleton. Gen'l Del., city.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
HAVE customers for 6, 6 and 7-r. homes?
Osborne R. E. Co. Doug. 1474. Omaha Na
tional Bank Bldg.
LIVE STOCK MAItKEl OP WEST.
. . kJVWL" ununo. Slave
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Live Stock Comralasloa Merokanta.
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
WILL PRESIDE AT SHOW
(From a Staff Correspondent.) ,
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 2. (Special.)
The various methods ot cooking apples
will be explained in detail at the apple
and corn show at the Auditorium Janu
ary 19 to 23. Miss Loomls ot the domestic
science ' department of the University ot
Nebraska, assisted by her pupils, will give
According to domestic scientists there
are 1S7 ways with a hundred added, to
cook apples. Many ot these methods will
be demonstrated. Recently the govern
ment published a bulletin describing the
various uses of corn as a food. The latest
authentic Information on these subjects
will be given free of charge to visitors to
the midwinter show.
The exhibit of home-cured meats will
be a unique feature. The economical
cutting and cooking of the meat products
will also be explained in free lectures.
KENSETT TEACHER IS
MASON CITY, la., Oct. 28,-(Speclal
Telegram.) Excitement prevails at Ken
sett over the assault on MUs Viva,
Amundson. teacher In grammar grade
here, who was attacked by an unknown
person last Tuesday evening at the rear
of her boarding house and brutally
beaten. Metal hairpins were driven
through her skull and her face and
ahoulders battered. Officers have been
keeping the attack secret hoping to land
the assailant Miss Amundson is In a
serious condition, but may recover.
MASON CITY, la., Oct 2S.-fSpecUl
Telegram.)-!!. Rettlnghouse. superin
tendent of this division of the Northwest,
ern, has been appointed chief engineer o'
the Omaha road, with his offl( Ial r M
dence In 8t Paul
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