Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 17, 1913, Page 8, Image 8
Polly and Her Pals Missing the A&VR, A TouR-TLUSHtRl) u , . , , . v : : . . - - - ffini 1' ' tiJKnSSA I Juft AM RHSH7 VP J . I Fil MEM oM 4m, -Bo-TT-LE f" Jjofittiait ni IgSr wld 5mk her! s-he K ) "cmh-est"' r OF R-U-M.'U WANT ADS Want mis received at any time, but to Insure proper classification tnn)it bo presented before IS o'clock noon for the evening edition and bo fore 7:30 p. m. for the morning and Sunday editions. Want ads re ceived . after auch hours will have their first insertion under the head in, "Too Late to Classify." CASH RATH FOR WANT ADS REGULAR CLASSIFICATION: One inficrtloH, 12 cents per line. Two or more consecutive inser tions, 0 coat per line. One lino per month, 91 -SO- ' Twenty cents a minimum charge. Advertisements charged to patrons bavlBg accounts are measured by the line, not by tho word. CHARGE RATES: Six words to the line. One Insertion, 12 cento per line Two or more consecutive inser tions, 9 cents per line. One line per month, f 1.80. Twenty cento a minimum charge. NOTE The Bee will not be re sfionalbla for moro than one wrong insertion due to typographical error. Claims for error cannot be allowed after the 10th of tho following month. An advertisement inserted to be run until forbidden must be stopped by written order. Verbal or telephone cancellation cannot be accepted. HELP WANTED FEMALE. Factory ana Trades. WANTED 01RLB Hen Biscuit Co. LAD1E' wanted for decorating sofa pillows at homo: good pay; experience unnecessary. Call forenoons. 2997 B. 12th. llensekeepera ana Domestics. TUB SERVANT GIRL PROBLEM SOLVED The Bee will run a Servant Olrl Wasted Ad FREE until you get the desired results. This, applies to residents ut Omaha, South Omaha and Council Stuffs. Bring your ad to The Uee office or Telephone xyier w nr a x?-rwi neA lrl for rneral house work. 70S So. 3Mh ttt. Phone Har. 6763. WANTKD Competent Qermaa girl for general ooimcbwr in fences required. Call evenings. 694 Bo. SSd B. ur i vpvn HaiuI -irl fnr crfmeral hAUH. "'""'' .."" - v- wotf; no warain;. i. w,vnn a -1.-1 fnr ffonsral hoUM. work. V per week. 1014 No, 20th St. South Omaha. So. 14)60. WANTED Bchool girl fer" nurse girl, age not over It to if years. 4120 N. 27th jst. w, wo or . wiNTRruntrl for aeneral housework. ISO. Pork Ave. H. -9H. a-lteellan----. nnirttnuuvvm nntlllnM nnn if women; $75 month. Write immediately 'for iree uk. rmixun imuiuic, uikk , Rochester. N. Y. YOUNO women coming to Omaha as strangers are Invited to visit the Young Women's Christian association building o. . ... .... i7.t whfn they will bo directed to sultaMe boarding places or otherwise assiweu. tmn. m our travelers' guide' at the Untea station. HELP WAXTKD MALK. Agents, Balesweu and SuUettors. ... - ... rA n wantku in every town oi .vr habitants, or over, a representative to se cure subscriptions to the Mother's maga- 2-1 HO, aWUlT MlllVnt VlUUsl evry order besides premium offered. Write Leo A. Dye. 706 Brandeli Theater 111 J n v. . l WANTK1-Thrwi vounr men to call' vaes: no experience necessary. Call evrnlngs. St. James Hotel. Ask for Mr. Flanagan. WANTED Salesmen for new side line ccat pocket samples; big commissions: every dealers a prospect. Write Hansen (jompsmes, urona itapias. -l I M.-.n,,i,.B llnj. nt arlvrrtlalnv signs, calendars, novelties, fans, etc, All year round sellers. Ood proposition for energetic party References required. Up- lo-uaio auv. p., v.niic. . t. WANTED-rA high class reliable state aim mananer for a. store fixture, with out competition. Commissions $300 to i00 per month. Address tho wucKiey ope ciaiiy km., 1.1 ma. i, WE WANT a salesman to hsndle our line of calendars, fans and advertising novelties for your city and surrounding towns; wesson starts January 1, 1914. We have a money nuktug proposition for the right roan. If you mean business and ran furnish satisfactory reference, wrtto u at once. St. Joseph Calendar and Nov elty Co.. SuQ-SH Edrabnd St., St Joseph, Mo. ' Factory nnd Trades. Drug store snaps: lo-s. lcnMst. Bee Bldg. WANTED ilea AT ONCE to learn tho barber trade. New method. Only few weeks required. Positions waiting. Big wages. Tools given. Money earned while learning. Call or write. Moler Barber college. HO S. 14th 15 1 WANTED A first class experienced upholsterer for tufting and box spring work. Beaton & Later Co., 415-417 tJouth ICtb St. GET Into the most profitable business or today, the automobile business, and become Independent. Our large, well -qu.pped shops offer the opportunities jf learning the business by actual experi ence on different makes of cars. Our terms are moderate. Write or call. Na tional Auto Training association. 2.11 N. 16th. SC. Omaha. Neb. Tel. Webster 5S43. PRINTER wanted at once for case work. Write or phone full particulars to the Advance, Holsteln. Ia. HELP Call Omaha Employment Bureau. ARCHITECTURAL draftsmen wanted. Fisher A Lawrle. 210 Paxton Block. CORNHUSKER& wanted. Omaha Em ployment uurtau. m in mn MtacelinAteous. WANTED A first class draper at wladow shade hanger for outside work; parsaascnt position, good salary. Beaton Later Co.. 415-417 South Uth St CkWCKKN nickers at once, wanted, A. slfc tr. JirylUt. U. HELP WANTED MALE. Miscellaneous. YOUNO MEN, you should learn the automobile business, and learn It II I OUT. Earn more rnoney than you ever did be. tor. We have both a day and a night class, so you have no reason for delay. Come In NOW. NEBRASKA AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL, . HIS Dodge 8t. WANTED Railway mall clerks; ex animations everywhere frequently: sam- 1 questions free. Franklin Institute, ept 212 II.. Rochester. N. T. MEN. 18 to , wishing to be railway mail clerks; $75 a month; write for book of Information. T 820. nee. WANTED An experienced credit msn by large corporation In Omaha; must be steady, reliable and give good reference; excellent chances for future: moderate salary, to start. Address O 210, care Uee, HELP WANTED. MALE AMD FEMALE. TOU can earn $100 monthly writing for newspapers; experlenco unnecessary. Par ticulars for stamp. Empire Syndicate, 36SI Atlanta Georgia. WANTED SITUATIONS. SITUATION wanted by experienced col ored man as chauffeur with private fam ily; city reference. Phone Douglas 674). YOUNG man attending Uoyles college wants work for board. D. IMS. FARM HANDS furnished, short notice, fiee. Omaha Employment Bureau, 121 N. loth ai. -rei. uougias mi. WANTED Position as housekeeper In small family by competent person; best of references. Address 1022 North 21sti WANTED Bundle laundry. W. 6422. STENOGRAPHERS furnished, large list to soloct from; free service to both em- loyer nnd employe. Call Douglas 232. u C Smith & Bros.' Typewriter Co. DAY work wanted by colored woman, first class laundress. Day work of any kind. W. (136. YOUNO married man with six years automobile experience, wants position as driver and taking caro of car. Will do all mechanical work. Address A-uo, care Bee. HERMAN srlrl. who aneaka TCnslliii. wants position In general housework: no washing: German family preferred. Call South 14. f BOOKBINDBll or stock cutter: steady work preferred: best references. P 137. Bee, ANNOUNCEMENTS. JOSEPH V. WOOLERY. teacher of vio lin. Residence, 2421 Spauldlng St.. Phone weDster ikq. Bf motorcycle messenger service. Wedding announcements. Doug. Ptg. Co. Gibson's Buffet C2 South 15th St. D. B. QrltHth. wig mfr. 12 Frenxer Blk. " Kuklin's Kosher Delicatessen moved to 414 No. 16th, Vis Iters welcome. Everything new and clean. OET a lucky WEDDING RING from BRODEGAARD'S AT the BION of the CROWN. UD the GOLDEN STAIRH. 16th and Douglas. THE city dog pound Is closed at the present time and tho dog catcher Is not taking up stray dogs. However, parties owning dogs and desiring to dispose of mem can nave uie matter attended to by notifying the city health department HAZEL LEAF PILK CONES Best remedy for Itching, bleeding or protruding purs, aw posipaia; samples tree, ener man & McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. Omaha film, exch., ltth and Doug. Mo tlon picture machine and film bargains. AUTOMOBILES. $100 forfeit for any magneto we can't re pair, ioiircpairing. Jiaysaorrer. zio N. is. WISH to sell my Htoddard-Dayton roadster. 1910 model; In first-class shape: Melcholr machine works overhauled this year: car has 111-Inch wheel base. 40. horse power, and Is. built close to the ground. It Is suitable for remodeling Into light trucK. Address i uz. uee. Melurcycl. BARQAINB In all makes of used motor cycles. Victor H. Roos, "The Motorcycle Man." 7T03 leaven wort li nt. WRITE FOR LIST OF SECOND-HAND MOTORCYCLES. MICKEL8' NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.. UTH AND HARNEY. UUH1NES8 CHANCES. WANTED To rent furnished modern hotel or rooming house. Box ML, River- ton. la. WANTED An experienced credit man by large corporation In Omaha; must be steady, reliable and give good reference; excellent chances for future; moderate nMiarv .mu. miuirpi i. -1 ritrn jir eneemt mans for scl.tnii your bii-ln or teal estate. Kennebcrk Co , Omaha. TO cet In or out of business, call on GANGESTAD. 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D. S477. IaAUNDRY for 'sale In Omaha; doing bout $400 business. Address H 111, Bee. KOll SALE Picture show In town of over three thousand, doing good business; best or equipment; otner ousiuess to at tend to after first of year. Address r 315. Bee. FOR SALE-Candy store, with candy kitchen and Ice cream factory In connec tion; will sell cheap It taken at once; good reuson for selling. Address Y 332. Uee. nt'SlKESS PERSONALS Brass Fuuudrlrs. Paxton-Mitchell Co.. 27tli and Martha Sts. Cedar Chests. CEDAR chests inado to order. Save 20 per cent. Phone Douglas 4S81. Chiropractors, J. C. Lawrence. D. C. 2223 Howard. D. 8461 W.E.Purvlance.D.C. 409 Paxton blk. D.4343 Mrs. Snyder. D. C. 3 Iun-ny Apt. D. 43&0 Chiropodist. DR. ROY. 1506 Farnam. Douglas C487. Co tamers. FULL dress suits; party dresses for sale or rent. $1.50 per night. Open evenings. John Feldman. 203 N. 17th. Douglas 3128. Historical masquerade costumes to hire at Taeo. Lichen & Sous, Hit Howard St THE BEE: Miss' Qiss China I'nlntlngr. CHINA painting-; outside firing- done. Mrs. F. C. Hay nes, lfcfi 8. 23th St D. 1990. Coal Denier. $5.50COAL , JOHNSON SPECIAL, best for furnace or stoves. Tel. Doug. 1702. Utli and Ixard. Creameries, Dairies and Snppllrs. DAVID COLE CREAMERY COMPANY. Dancing; Academies. Jewell Blmpson, Douglas Auditorium; Monday evening. Doug. 2424 or Web. 2491. DREAM waltz, tangos, etc R. 2242. Tango, social dances a specialty. D. 6S97. DON'T vnll ftlnPJI? fin n Atall ml? Hamay, where all others learn. D.' MtS. Dentistry. riuiynB-i-ivH denuntry, pyorrhea, oral prophylaxis. Dr. Flckes, 727 City Nat'L Detectives. JAAffCK A r.T.lU x? .ill- dence secured In all cases. Tyler 1138. OMAHA Hcrt M.n.l... n....i... Agency, bonded. Evidence In all cases se cured by expert gentlemen and lady op eratlvcs. Douglas 1. 428-29 Paxton Blki DrcsamaUlng, Terry Dreasmakg college, 20th & Farnam DKHSSMAKINa done at 4019 Nicholas Bt Dressmaking satisfactorily guaran- Dressmaking; day. Miss Bruns. D. C84I. DRE8HMAK1NQ. by day. Webster 671S. Mrs. Dunne. Red 6574. 1823 Capitol Ave. Drags. DRUOR nt cut nrlui' frle-ht nnM n 11 ft nrd r ' ratntnoniM f. v. McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. Neb. Everything for Men. THREE suits pressed for $1 at Daven port Laundry and Sultorlum, 17th and Davenport. Doug. 3804. Call and deliver. Everything; for Women. OLD plumes made new. California Os trlch Plums Co.. not Nevlll. Bldg. D. tow. Plumes made over, cleaned, dyed, curled. Bertha Kruger, 429-A. Paxton Bit D. 8391 DRE86 pleating, buttons covered, all sixes and styles. THE IDEAL PLEAT ING CO.. 23) Douglas Blk. Douglas 1930. Florists. A. DONAOHUE. 1607 Farnam. D. 1001. HESS & SWOBODA. 141G Farnam St. L. HENDERBON. 1018 Farnam D. 1268. PATH'S florists. Boyd Theater Bldg. Fnrst FUR repairing. B. Feater. 1410 N. 24th. Farnaces, Stores and Repairs. REPAIRS In atncV fnr nil mnVr nf stoves and heaters, furnaces, steam and hot water boilers; new furnaces. Em press and Sultan water and steam boilers. UA1A11A HTOVE REPAIR WORKS, 1206-8 Douglas St. Tyler 20. Fa ru I tare Repairing. STANDARD furniture repair. R. $691. Leather and Finding. THE PHIL. Leather and Finding house, wholesale leather and shoe findings; spe clsVprlces to shoemakers. 1518 N. 2tth St. Moving, storage and Cleaning. MOV1NO. ntnrnir. n.'jln- f.r.l... merchants' frelghUng a specialty. Twin v..j hwcm v.u., ibj uavenport. u. nil. Mattresses and Pillows, HAVE your feather inattresies and down covers made at Omaha Pillow Co. Call or write. Will glvo you our prompt attention. 1721 Cuming St. D. 2I8T. Mnstcnt Instruments. Gibson mandolins, guitars and banjos. $1 down. $1.50 montL F. Potter. 20th & Far. Nurseries and Seeds. STEWART'S SEEDMAN. 119 N. 16th. Pnlutlug nnd Paper Hanging. The Globe House ptg., paper hanging & dec.; satisfaction guar. 1107 Doug. R. 8393. Patent. H. A. Bturges, 630 Brandels Thea. Bldg. D. O. Darnell. Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117. I'lntnblbn. PLUMBING and heating. Fischer & -onneu. his wiuiam nt. uougias 67JI. Tlltlmttl.- Vi-tln VAUVAll nr.Ttxrlt- ... ...i.. . .... a, 0 W.. INO CO.. 5307 N. 3tth. W. 7828. W. 3051. eve. Prtnttusr. DOUGIaAB Printing Co. Tel. Doug, 644. WATERS-BARNHART Ptg. Co.. aual. Ity printing. Tel. Doug. 2190. 621 S. 13th. RARER PR1NTINO CO. Douglas 1018. Sheet Metal Works. CARTER Sheet Metal Works. 110 S. 10th. Store and Office Ft-tares. DESICS. safes, scales, showcaw. -halv ing, etc. We buy, we sell. Omaha Fixture and Supply Co.. 414-16-18 a 12th. D. 2724. Storm Doors and Windows. Welrlch. stqrm doors, sashes. 1U7 N. 24. Trunks and Suitcases. FRELINO - STE1NLE. 1903 Farnam St Wines and Liquors. WILLOW Murine. ..-- Ilnn.. .1 sandwiches. Alex Jetes, 201-3 a. uth St. EDUCATION Aii BOYLKS COLLEGE. DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL ALL THE YEAR. . Complete course Id Business; Book keeping. Stenography. Telegraphy. Civil Service and Salesmanship. The catalogue Is ready. Call, wrlto or phone for It. IlOVle Pnllrt lfith anft U.rtiAv Hl-. tOmaha. Neb. MOS HER- LAM PMAN Unsurpassed classes. Finest quarters. Graduates are guaranteed good positions Work for board. For fre catalogue ad dress Mosher-Lampman College. U1J Far nam M.. umana. Men. Key to the Sltuatlon-ilce Advcrtlairtg. OMAHA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 191 J. A. B. C. of Omaha A ARON'S Jewelry Gift Shop, 16lh and Farnam. Just shop around and then get our prices. BELL DltUO CO. New location, 1316 Kurnum. Everything now. Old phono Douclas 2623. Como, call or write. Rubber goods. K ERR Abstract Co.. 3U5 S 17th St. Better be safe than sorry. Have tr An ........ .i,t 1. . 1 1 1 u jui.. iiiiu nruti i EOPLE'S restaurant, 1304 Douglas, meals at all hrs., music, service the best, $3.60 meal tickets. U Cocalls. Mg. VACUUM cleaners, sweepers, hydraulic, electric and hand power sold on guarantee; lowest prices; machines rented. Sanitary Service Co. Dong. 2904. WE rent, repair, sell needles and parts for all sewing machines. Nebraska Cycle Co., "Mlckcl's," 15th and Harney sts, Douglas 1662. LIVE STOCK lOll SALE. Horses and Vehicles. HEAVY teaming gears and wagons; best makes and largest variety In the city. Johnson-Danforth Co., 10th and Jones Sts. Horses, Mules on payments. 2010 Nicholas. FOR SALE 15 horses and ruarus for all purposes. 313 N. 18th St. LOST AND FOUND. OMAilA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET RAILWAY COMPANY. Persons having lost some artlclo would do well to call up the office of the Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway Com pany to ascertain whether they left It In tho street cars. Many articles each day are turned In and the company Is anxious to restore them to the rightful owner. Call Doug las 43. LOST Englls bull terrier, whit with black patch over right eye, weighs DO pound-. S. E. Davis. 135 N. 31st Ave. Phone Homey 211C. Reward. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY FURNISHED SALARIED PEOPLE and others upon their own names; cheap rates, easy payments. Nor ton tt Co.. 333 Board of Trade Building. MEDICAL, Dr. Baker Medical Offices. DI8EASKS OF WOMEN. Consultation and examination free. 210 South ltth Street. Omaha. Neb. Piles, Fistula Cured Dr. E. R. Tarry cures plies, 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. E. IL TARRY. 240 Be Bldg.. Omaha. OFFERED iron RENT. Apartment and Flats. Gordon Van Co. Sgg " i tun ot.. or iiv s, iTth St. Tel. D. 334. RT111PT1 V hl-k . . . . V '".'!. "" aicum neaien ," """v ..ri ruriiaill DL, With junuur service. Jtererences requ red. JOHN W. ROD1UNB. 1S02 Farnam St. nrvixr aa.. . . ... . SHarnoy 4711. LOOK THESE OVER. fi3 N. 20th 10 rooms and bath; all modern; new furnace; Just papered. 1202 N. 24th-6-room flat; In ex cellent repair: well arranged; $20. ARTHUR MAROWITZ. 631 Brandels Theater Bldg. D. 451!. TEN-ROOM flat. 7-room cottage; 5 living rooms; all modern. Harney 647. E LEG AT six-room apartment, north. No oblectlon to rhlidren: strictly modern, Hiram neai, januor service. 1'iiono Web ster 5765. 1,'rtn ii i.vt inn . i r.. f 1 m 1 Wont irA-nntn I , - ... -oic Ti .1 . Phone II. 5700. fc " I860 FARNAM-. rooms completely mod tin, suitable location for offices, studio, dental or dressmaking rooms, etc., t-r tenants wishing homes adjoining. Hall Dlit Co.. 433 Ramge. Douglas 7104, FOR RENT Four-room modern apart ment MS S. JSth St. H. 4141. STRICTLY first-class apts. Marl us Sorensen. 1125 City Natl. Bk. Big. D. 6790. NEW, close In brick flat, 7 large rooms, oak finish, S blocks from Uth St.. $40. GLOVER & SPAIN. 819 City Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Doug. 8Si Board and Rooms. FURNISHED room and bosrd, private i-iuiij, iiunm roomng. lb corby." ROOM and hnsi-,1 In nrlval- r.'mii.. g- ww iuiiiiij lur two young men. D. 2057. Furnlshril Flats. -:-IS-:,,ur,;lahe flat or rent, 5U 8. 13th St. Douglas S70R. CALIFORNIA 2210. furnished room, all modern with private family. $10. FOUR, modern .VM.nl t. 618 SO. 1STH. Desirable rooms. First clans board. Three blocks west of Rome hotel. 1 OR 2 nicely furnished rooms. Close In; private family. D. 3762. 3-ROOM house, modern. 1721 So. 9th St. Furnished Housekeeping Rooms. DAVENPORT, SOlS-Two nicely fur nished housekeeping rooms. x Hotels anit Ayurlments. DODGE HOTEL Modern, reasonable. REIO hotel, steam heat with hot A cold water in an looms. itn ana v, timing. LYtll 11WVT llunimm l4rlr rft-fplf 5-room, completely modern. $14. Call Doug. -lt. TWO GOOD HOl'SES Oimj block from 40th St. car. SS59 California, 8 rooms. $-5. 2-55 CjJtforrUa, 7 rooms $37.50. Both have new oak floors and wood work, gas and electiioity, bath, new fur naco In both houses. Will be ready for occupancy within few days. Inquire S.6S Hamilton, or telephone Harney 5530.. A COMPLETE list of vacant houses, apartments and flats that are for rent This Is a list compiled dally and can be seen free of charge at 305 South 17th St. OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE, CO MAGGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO. packs, moves, stores and ships household goods and pianos. Douglas 145. J HOUBesVPJocj tff Cp B BWx. Drawn OFFEHED FOll RENT. Houses and Cottages. WINTER BARGAINS. JJO.OO 5-r., nicely decorated, mod. ex. ht.; 1904 S. 10th. t32.60 C-r., all modern new St. Louis brick, nice location, 2X17 Jackson; water paid. t.X.00 9-r. all modern home, hot water heat, !argi lot, near Crelghton university and walking distance; houe nearly all carpeted; 230 California St. HARRY A.N WOLF, 432 Brandels Bldg. Douglas S06S. FOR RENT. 1-0 7-room modern residence. 4201 Call fornla. Harney 435. NEAT, desirable fi-room cottage, modern except furnace, 623 8. 19th Ave., XX. Doug las -236. .7 O Rpprl P- Ca furniture moving. FIDELITY oS!h , , , moved, packed, shipped. 16th and Jackson Sts. Doug. 1S18. R109 llNniiinivnnn ivr r,..- rooms, new: hot water heat: J. 1-15 HALL AVE. 7 rooms completely mod., t20. Hall. 433 I tarn go Bldg. D. 7106. FOR RENT Two-storv framn ilwlllnir on Cass, near 26th; modern. Crelghton university. Douglas 2320. 3-ROOM house for rent. Furnished or unfurnished. 1902 Wirt. Webster 66G. NOTHING like It: steam hiht. 4 nr .-. or 7-room flats and houses. 220 N. 23d. 06 S. 25th St. Close In, new, electric light fixtures: 7 rooms: modern. Inaulre 2424 Farnam. 8 rooms, modern, new, 727 So. 9th. 8-ROOM brick flat, modern. Ms S. 21th St. Call Harney 4141. Ed J. Brown. 132 N. 41st. 5-ROOM house for rent. 250S S. 20th Ave. Call Douglas 6763. NICE 5-room cottage: modern. Near 20th and Vinton. 1907 Spring. Harney 1550. NIFTY up-to-date Place, northeast cor ner 18th and Wirt streets; beamed ceil ings, paneled dining room, oak floors throughout; all In first class order; flnc ciectnc ugntea garage, un account or sickness this place Is offered for rent soon. See It now. Phone Webster 3917. HAVE an excellent restaurant tor sale; one of the best In our city. Owner wishes to be relieved of responsibility of busi ness and says for us to find him buyer. This Is an excellent business opportunity for the right man. Price Is right. See us If Interested. k A. F. SMITH COMPANY, 23 Pearl Street. Phone 329. Council Bluffs. Ia. NORTH Hth St. 2325. six rooms. 1J5. Hivdwood finish and floors; laundry, fur nace, large attic. Phono Webster 4479. 923 N. ISth St.. 6-r . modern exceDt heat. t20.00. 2517 N. 25th St., 6-r., all modern, 820.00. Several other good houses. S. P. BOSTW1CK. Tyler 1506. 218 S. 17th Street. C-ROOM cottage, modern excent hnt. J20. S932 No. 23d. D. 7S68. DUNDEE A fine modern bungalow for a small family. $30 per mo. Tel. II. 3317. COTTAGE ana a rooms and bath. In fine order, (.quipped with storm windows and doors. Enquire on premises. 2433 S. 16th St Storea nnd Offices, FOR RENT Tho office on ground floor of The Bee building occupied by the Havens-White Coal company. Frontage on Farnam St. and occupying about 1,500 square feet, with extra entrance on the court of thA building. Large vault. Fine office fixtures for sale. Apply N. P. Fell, Bee office. 1007 Davenport. 11x20. Harney 5054. NEW store building, 26x60. team beat 170S Jackson. 1811 FARNAM ST.. XOon 3qure feet. 1S09 Farnam St (In rear), suitable tor shops; steam heat: hot and cold water furnished Thos. F. Hall, 433 Ramge Bldg. Douglas 7406. DESK room, Mertz, 870 Brandels Bldg. Barn for Rent. Barn Suitable for ten cars. 226 -Howard. OFFERED FOR SALE. Furniture. RASE burner, steel range, bedroom din ing room, parlor and kitchen furniture cheap. 933 N. 24th. Musical Instruments. Gibson mandolins, guitars and banjos $1 down. $1.W month. F. Potter 20th & Far. FINE piano In best condition; very cheap If bought at once. Owner leaving city. 1332 S. 29th St. PIANO cheap; good Xmas present Call 341 Broadway. Council Bluffs. Typewriters. Typewriters sold, rented, repaired. Cen tral Typewriter Exchange. 3-17 8 Uth St RENT Remingtons. Monarchs and Smith Premiers of their makers. The Remington Typewriter Co., telephone Douglas Hll. Rental credited If you purchase, and only very newest and highest grade machines sent out. Rates, three months for $ for understroke machines or tt per month for latt-st model visible writers. RENT an Oliver typewriter; 3 months. $4. The Oliver Typewriter Co. Doug. 2318, TYPEWRITERS sold and rented every where. L. C. Smith & Bros. Vypewiiter Company. 1819 Farnam St.. Omaha. Neb. ALL makes typewriters rented and sold easy terms. Butts' Typewriter Exchange, ISO. Farnam St Douglas 6031. M lace Han euu. EMPTY Ink barrels for sale. Apply Beo Publishing Co.. 17th and Farnam St. SAFES Overstocked, second-hand, all makes. J. J. Derlght Safe Co.. 1212 Farnam FOR SALE New and second-hand carom and pocket billiard tables nnd bowling alleys and accessories, bar fix tures of all Kinds; easy payments. The Brunswtck-Balke-Collender Co., 407-403 S. Uth 8t. Fim SALE Four-panel white pine doors. 4-pane window sashes. Webster 40J. $5 nn Buys Best coal for the money; w,, . vb. 8 Harmon i Weeth. OfV stoves must be sold In 60 days. D. "w 158$. Arcer. Furn. Co, 036 N. 16th at MISCELLANEOUS furniture belonging to Harry Lawrle, architect at 2112 Emmet St. will be sold by Private sale, no deal ers, consisting of Llmbert's Craft furni ture, dining room set china cabinet book cases, desks, etc. r.ri STOVES must be sold In 40 days OVJ 2217 Cuming street Douglas 7032. 10) STOVES, quick gale. Ztll Cumin;. for The Bee by PERSONAL Miss Fisher, mas., bath, elec. treat D. 863 YOUNG women coming to Omaha as strangers are Invited to visit the Young women-s Christian association building at 17th und St. Mary's Ave., where they will be directed to nu. table boarding places or otherwise ns-Uted. Look for our travelers' aid nt the Union station. THE Salvation Army Industrial homo solicits your old clothing, furniture, mag azines. We collect. Wo distribute. Phonx Douglas 4135 and our wagon will call. Call and Inspect tho now home. 1110-1112-1114 Dodge St. Electric treatment. Mrs. Bnyder. D. 4380. LAURA WILSON, bath, mass. D. 8751. Manlc'r'g, massage Miss Debnr.KCS Farn. 63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY. Bexten Pharmacy, 12th and Dodge. Miss Halloran, massage. Douglas 7761. MISS VENETA, massngo and alcohol rubs, scalp treatment 1619 Dodge St. Elec. mass., bath. 214 Ba rd B:dg. 17 & D. MASSA(TI?!awedlBh movement. 418 ill-l.i.AUijc( UI(J nouglns 6372. Dyeing switches & hair spec alty. W. 2600. MAGNETIC Trt., 183 VIlitoiT D. 6lt'u' Massage, 1st fl. r. 6, 1723 Dodje. Mrs. Steele SALE OR EXCHANGE. R. E. FOR SALE or trade for merchandise, 140 acres land neur Pueblo, Colo.; clear tme. j. .-. matcntord, Arpan, s. D. - ... ui. a h.jv iyjjo t oumv farm, ten miles from Bloomflcld, led acres. 90 acres In cultivation: no build ings. Prlco $70 per ncre. D. O: Wilson, Bloomflcld. Neb. l.l I, OAT 1.1 "I T. fl.T . -i T-. - . REAL ESTATE. ABSTRACTS Of TITLE. .REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of flco In Nebraska. 206 Brar.dis Theater. CITY I'llOI'EItTl FOll -ALE. HANSCOM PARK, west side. Sovcn rooms, nearly new: hardwood Inside; hot air, electricity, gas; exceptional location: accessible: all Improvements. Doug. 6232. TO BUY, HELL OR RENT. FIRST SEE JOHN W. BOBBINS. 1S02 FARNAM BT. Dundee Special. Owner, leaving city, offers his beautiful' new home at a sacrifice; built less than a year ago and bultt right. First floor has large living room with vest'.bule en trance, fireplace, built-in bookcases, beamed celling, seat; latgo dining room with beamed celling, buffet kitchen of good size and conveniently arranged. Sec ond floor has 3 large bedrooms and sleep ing porch, all finished In birch with oak floors. Third floor has large nttlc with one room finished. Full cement btiyement complete In every way, large furnace, extra toilet. In fact this Is one of the best planned, conveniently arranged, most nttracttve homes, built on tho latest pattern with the little Improvements that go to make a complete home. This Is your oppor tunity. Price has been reduced to t,2C0, and we want an offer this week. Glover & Spain, 919 City National. Douglas SiiZ. Must Sell Now New 5-room bungalow in north west part of the city, ono block to car line; has oak floors and finish, i full cemented basement, furnace, large attic. Yours for $200 cash and 25 per month. It is at 44th and Wirt Sts. Detter see this place today. 2537 North 19th St. A very com fortable 5-room modern except heat cottage that you can buy on easy payments. It is close to school, stores and car line. Price is reason able and terms easy. Seo today. CREIGH, SONS & CO., Douglas 200. 508 Dee Bldg. BEAUTIFUL HOME BY OWNER Seven rooms and largo reception hall; construction brick veneer; first floor has large reception hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, pantry, Ice box room; second floor three bedrooms and sun room, tiled bath, with shower connected. Downstairs Is finished In oak; second floor finished In hard pine; full base ment, bricked and concreted. Stationary wash-tubs, hot and cold water, connected with 60-barrel cistern. It. 44x150. No description can do this property Justice; must he seen to be appreciated. Ar. range to see it today. Located In Omaha's best residence district, where all own their own homes. Call Owner ut Harney 1963. FOR SALE-By owner, at a bargain. large, modern 6-room house; sleeping porcn; ocautuui yarn; iuu lot; first class, Phone II. U4. SACRIFICE SALE. Built for a home. 7-room house, hot water heat cistern, garage, walking dis tance. 27S6 California St Pi Ice $3,830. Tel. H. cost, REAL ESTaTB. FARM A RANCH LANDS Pott SALB Minnesota. 240 acres 43 miles from Minneapolis, 1 mile from town: 1W acres under cultiva tion, balanco used for pasture; can prac tically all be cultivated; heavy soil; good set of buildings, cons-sting of 8-r. house, large barn, granary, corn crtbs, wind mills, etc., land will produce 60 bu. corn per acre: telephone In house, country thickly settled; complete set machinery; 27 head stock, consisting of 11 cows, bal ance 1 and 2-year-olds; 6 good horses, 23 nogs, cnicKcns, 'i tms years crop and everything on farm goes at 't per acre; H cash. SCHWAB BROS., 103 Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn MINNESOTA soli map; accurate, prac tical, new; shows nature of subsoil, gov erning fertility, every district, rainfall, early and late frosts, average tempera tures, cities, towns, railways; Invaluable to land owners, agents or buyers; com piled from government reports; mailed, prepaid, for 26c. E. A. Akerson, Drawer 1?, Llndslrom. Minn. IMPROVED and unimproved farms tor sale In the Red River valley; a few farms offered In exchange for other property; send for list Baker & Lamb Land Co., Barnesvllle, Minn. Acbimaua. FOUND 320-ar re homestead in settled neighborhood, fine farm land, no sand hills. Cost you $200. filing fees and all. J. A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb. Cliff Sterrett REAL ESTATE. , FARM & RA.NCll USDS FOR SALE Mebrnskn. TO SETTLE ESTATE 320 acres of good farm land, 210 acres under cultivation, 10 acres of trees, rest pastuic land. Good Improvements. Ger man catholic community with church within a half mile. Will take 33.000 stock of general merchandise business as part payment. JOT per acre. 10, cash, rest terms. C. P. Quinn. Ewlng, Neb. Mlssonrt. 58 ACRES, I.nclede county, Missouri. 2 room house, small barn. 3. acres cleared. balance timber. 11 miles from railroad. convenient to Inland town, .plenty ot neighDors. price, ); terms to suit pur chaser. Havr other bargains. Write for literature. Holt Realty Co., Lebanon, Mo. Montana. BUY Irrlsated land. Take nn mnrn chances on drouth. Five tons nlfalfa, forty bushels wheat, elghtv bushels oatF, sure crops every year. $40.50 per ncru land and permanent water right $3...) down. $2.50 for fourteen years, which Is uss man rent, interest. per cent. Write Vnller Farm Sales Comnanv. lint H-0, Vnller. Mont. North Uiikaia. FOR RENT-1,000 to 1,600 acres flno farming land ready for nlow. Richland Co.. N. D.: rental, ,i crop, delivered; will en to rename renter a practically new Big Four gas engine nnd gang plows on easy terms at 2-3 of cost price. Addrcsn Hackney Land Credit Co., St Paul, Min nesota, Oklnhnma. B.000 ACRES In large and small tracts of Pittsburg county, coal bearing, farm ing, fruit and pasture land. In pros pective oil and gas belt; $10 an acre. For particulars write John 1.. cavanagh, McAIester. Okl. Washington. 80 ACRES IRRIGATED LAND In Yakima Valley, with ample wator right Will raise 7 tons alfalfa hay or 70 bu. com per aero first cron. Two miles from either Northern Pacific or Mllwnukce leads Ideal stock und dnlry ranch. Write owner, T. A. Noble, North Yakima, Wash. Wash. REAL ESTATE LOANS. $100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam. MONEY on hend at lowest rates for hbns on Nebraska farms and Omaha city property in any amounts. II. W. BINDER. City Nat'l Bank Bldg. CITY property. Iarge loans a spe cialty. W. II. Thomas, 228 State Bank Bldg. fie. CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlberg Co., u 310-312 Brandels Theater building. GABVINBROS I-oans and up- ,.,WA,NTED-Clty ,otins anl warrants. W. larnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St. CITY property. Large loans a specialty. m. ii. i nomas, zs atate uanK uidg. OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms, rrtf rkto npn. iroTi-u -.- 1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas" 2173. LARGE loans uur specialty. Stilll Bros. HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nat. WANTED City loanT Peters Trust Co. WANTED TU HTJY. STEAM LAUNDRY WANTED Nellgh Commercial club would like to hear from some ono wonting to start a steam laun dry. Fine opening for business. Address S. D. Thornton. Jr., Sec. , B. SHAFTON buys men's cloth. W. 5179. FULL price paid for furniture W. 2463. ""WAITED to buy. all kinds of watch movements and gold. M. Nathan, 109 S 13. WE PAY highest prices for ladles' and gents' clothing. E09 8. 13th St R. 6544. Rachman will treat you right; best prices for furn., clothes & shoes. W. 5146. L1VB STOCK MAHKEl OF WEST. Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save rrlteage und shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion Live StocU CuuimUilou Merchants. MARTIN BROS. & CO., Exchange Bldg. Court nt West Point. WEST POINT. Neb.. Nov. 16.-Speclal.) -The regular term of the district court for Cuming county has been In session during the week and much important business disposed of, Divorces wer granted to Mrs. Ida Hoch from Merrill Hoch, to Marlon C, Sims from Paul T. Sims, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stallborlei and Mr. and Mrs. Warren. The follow ing foreign-born residents were granted full cltlienship; Died rich C. Ahlers, Ger many; Carl Ahlers. German: John W. Anderson, Sweden; Ludwlg Zahnow, Germany; Kastmlr Koehter. Germany; Niels Pedersen, Denmark; George Kafka, Bohemia; Gerhard II. Olthoff, Germany; Fred Schwartz, Germany; Michael Malcahn, German'; John Dinslage, Ger many; Albert Dcutsch, Germany; August Schmidt. Germany; Joseph Darwlch, Syria; H. II. Goerths, Germany; George D. Grashorn, Germany, and Albert H. Umlauf, Germany. J. M. Gurnett of Omaha, United States naturalization ex aminer, conducted the examinations. All questions were answered In a highly In telligent manner by the- applicants, six teen In number. The marriage of Miss Catherine Lum. imel to Henry Stueter took place at St Mary's church at West Point, Rev. A. K. Klemenz, assistant pastor, performing thf ceremony. They will make their home on their own farm east of West Point Mr. Allen Entertain. MADISON, Neb., Nov. 16.-Spec!al.)-Mra. William V. Allen and daughter, Mrs. W. L. Dowllnr. entertained at Dim hum. of Senator Allen a large company of friends Friday Evening In honor of Mrs. Lulu Lynch, a daughter of Mrs. Allen, of Afton, Wyo. Miss Nora Condon of Hum phrey gave reveral readings. A dilnty luncheon was senrod. -A , -?