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-MCATH9 AND FUNERAL N8TICK-S
LUNDI!ERO-Car.. at a local to-pltal.
November 36, aged 60 years..
funeral from Crosby's parlor, 34th ana
Seward streets, Wednesday at 3 p. m.
Interment Laurel Hill cemetery. Friend
RKAD-Rlcbars! cTther, iw t Mr, and
Mrs. auy X. C.,Kmu!. November JJ, )13.
Km rteral f row- re(4CA Wedneadar aft
J.awrt cowiteryv Itifnmnt private.
MIRTHS A?n DKAlUS.
MrtiM V, ,),' '- ML iMl
Larimers avenue, boy: U. J," and Mary
Uo,dterr. hospttelr ttW ; George mn4 An-
an neuoag. n Mraieiia. oyi N. .ana
Frances Xractttr.JWl Center, , bey; O.
td Cecilia OiseaT 3W1 CaHfwnia, boy;'
M. and M- Murphy,- vm North Twentieth.
loy. Kd aad Teresa Ross, 314 North
Twents-.tlUriL boy; Oy4e and Hattlu
Xsynoids, ml North Thlrty.tlfth. girl;
Frank and F. Morrcnttno. 1119 Bouth
Ulwil. 1 1 j ti s mi.
im i North Fortieth, boy. Clyde txd Emma
nil ,PIVHV, vvy
ueains a. i: Anureasen, w years, hos
pitals August Kortlang, IS years, hospital:
ida Lyons. years, l7 Howard; 8tan
ley Mastlka. 3 years, 2607 Bouth Hevcntht
James McCrea. years, 1916 Bouth Twen
tieth. K. It. I'urkham, 51 years, hospital;
juiurA . i-nor, n years, nzs worth
Twenty-second: Ovel Oliartnn 1 v.o
Third and .Boulevard: James M. tihotL
W years. .Twenty-flrst and ChaHes; w!
JK! C'eLbewr. 34 years. I.os-
marries Iksnsss tettay:
Name and )ts(4ce. . Age.
HisWallt fi. tlll a. fi-! 1.
GtM McMvUm. TetMMneJi .
Mattie Ray O. Ourna. Teksnuk i
ts IBa!!.;! MtnsWM..:,";".";."'!
I Altai-1 1. OrtikAV CLaiiK raM.1.n uv
laffsaMaalS T. saLi.ii LLJ Urt.k AX t V
fasel O. Lorey, Lincoln , 20
wa Mean. Kan.'. a
Lula. G, Kenyan, Jefferson, Okl 22
ESrt.8 5r,humn O"1" .,......over?l
Winifred IV. Fox. a leu wood. Ia.. 21
Jip;it I). TliA.ln ft.kti n .,..1 ja
KXts I'acllne aton, Ashland.. ....over 30
i Jos-h Bwansen, 10 Lake, frame. $1,000;
V. V. Ch(ok, 1023 j0uth Twenty-sixth,
frame. &: Basp . Bros., 8601 North
Twentieth, frame. C,W9,
HKIiP W.ANTEW FEMALE.
A Scats Salswa-sacM,
WE ksVe an AVrllnr nn-nlnv fn.
ladles with selling experience. One each
in umaca, Bouin umaha and Council
Dlutfs. No canvassing. The work' is dig-
muru uu msiiiy remunerative. Aoaress.
A 1M. Bee.
BALES LADIK8 If you are over 20
old. weigh less than 1M and aettt.t
your ways, ran ctt you excellent nmi.
lion traveling with me; experience unnec-
jasxjr i wiu teacn you. llerths. Draper,
yeJUngton Hotel. Ul Farnam.
Factory anal Trades.
. wvw- .-.u.vi lui unvreuDf. sola
willows, spare time before holidays. Kx
isierience unnecessarv t'nli rnnnn. nn
IKfe 8U '
leansefceeexrs mhC UusaestU
THIS SERVANT QIHI. Pnnnr.t-it
OLVKD The H will mn a Bervant
iOlri Wantsd Ad KRKK until vn ., 7i.l
m Omaha, Mouth Omaha ar
iBlutx. Brlns ad to The 1
Teepnon Tyler woo.
wral housework; no washing; small tarn
pnji, iww wms, m sv a bv,
4 r1. m n.l.nf
IKK No. 36th 6L South Omaha. South Ml.
WANTED Girl for irenei-Ml houaewnri:
fn family of two. Douglas 93.
i WANTED qirl for general house n'ork.
iniw in ramiir. eierenceo. AaeressTU
vv. otu. ra. . nunc . rj u a . v ,
WANTED A coRUxetBt sdrl for rn
n! hwwcworlc. Call Mra. 11. McClim.
M. Caa (r
. V'ANTJCI-,Yeu air! to asolst -with
teuaework; no vraw)W .or .tvntac. Cal)
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Jlemirketptra and Uomeatlra.
TVANTKD-airk. tor Reniral houneworn
In family of twd. Call mornlnirg only
J" (mV of two. Call mornlnirs only.
.1- ami flira. ijrccnpian
housework for room acd board. Har
WANTKD Good Rlrl for ffeneral hou
work; teferrnce rfciulrol. Mrs. AV. F.
U'AVTr.tllnni1 -4-1 r
, 1 J- Wit f t IT. I .1 iiuuDO-
""'i jji Tt7oiworin Am 11. M4Z.
W A XTI3I1 TIWruirtAnTl,! albf ... ...
eral liounowork; no waahtnK. Mr. C. M.
Wllhelm. TU Jackion Ht. It. HT7,
COMPKTKNT clrl for rennrat hnu.x.
work In small family; no washing. IIS
bo, an ut. narney
OOVRRNMENT ""position 3 ojen to
women; 176 month. Wrlta Immedlntnly for
free lUt. Frannlln Institute, Dept, 652 II.
ftochester, N. Y.
TOUNO women coming to Omaha- as
stranger aro Invited to visit tho Tonus
Women's christian aMu-latlon building
at St. Mary's Ave. and 17th Ht., where
they will be directed to sultablo boarding
plwcea or otherwlie asalated. lxok for
our travelers' guide at the Union station.
HELP WANTED MALE
Agents, Hnlesmrn mn& 8ioUers.
WANTHD Ba'esmen for new side line
coat pocket samples; big commissions:
every dealer a prospect. Write Hansen
Companies, Grand Itaplds, Wis.
AUTO-AID Marvelous wonder money
maker, lletter hurry. Particulars, 2c.
New Century Co;,' Knld, Okl.
WANTBD LAWYER SALESMAN.
Address V 337,. Bee.
' WANTED Four good solicitors at once.
r a a d st e a t rW-ia g .
WANTED Countv and rmnral nrents
for new fast sclllfig-speclalty; bl profits;
three-men selling crews Mlllag worth
per da'. Write qiilek. 1041 Oas Bidg.,
, WANTKD By well established Illinois
Knnufacturcr, ' sjoed hustling salesmen.
BuMneRS getters at moderate-price. N6rth
rn Iowa and Beuthem Minnesotu ter
ritory. CalHnc en Itnplenirnt, hardware
and lumber ilcakrs. Good steady Job
where merit counts. Give age. experience-,
married or flHgle, rfrruui-e. Wjlte
fully. Address Y 347, Wee, "
AQ15NT8. do riot accent any offer until
)ou have ours, Wrlti for free sample
nnd catalogue -of'whlrlwlnd sellers. He
eupply Co., DIS N. Ilockwell St., Chi
I CAN use two ftrst-cjass salesmen on
a b'lgh-grado proposition, extensively ad
vertised and a quick money-getter, .Call
between 10 nnd 12 and 2 to 4. Mr. Will-
cox. Home notei.
Factory ss4 T'rades.
Drug store snaps; Jobs. Knelst. lice nidg,
WANTED A first class " experienced
ubholsterer for tufting and box spring
work. Ueaton & I-alor Co., 113-117 bouth
G ET Into the most urof liable business
of today, ,the automobile business, and
become, lndependeat, Our large, well
equipped shops offer the opportunities of
learning the bustnras by actual expert
ence on different ' makes of cars, our
terms aro iwsderatt. Write or call, Na
tional, AUte TmlnrMg assoclallon, 3814 N.
20th i. Omaha, Neb. Tel. Webster 0 13.
-WANTED-MBN to "lkarn t '
HARBKR TRADK. Thousands have be
come , successful shop owners by our sys
tem and send to us for barbers. Prepare
now. Few. weeks .completes. Tools given.
Wages while learning; Call or write.
Moier. Barber College. 10 8, lh Bt.
'"WANTKDrTEjtpcrlenced"' tc "cream
makerApa4y,R. C. Phelps, Candy Dept.
WANTKB-A . first class draper' and
window shade .hanger for outside work;
permanent position, good salary. Ueaton
&JLa!r Co., 414;4t78outh 16th Ht.
TOUNO" MEN,you s"hould learn the
automobile business and learn It K1G11 1'.
Earn more money than you ever did -before.
We-have both a day and a 'night
class, so you have no reason for delay,
Come In NOW.
NEBRASKA AL'TOMOBILB SCHOOL,
jiia uoage oi.
amlnatlons everywhere frequently; 'sam
p.e questions Tree. Franklin institute.
mall clerks; 175 a month; write for book
of Information. Y 330, Bee.
WANTED An experienced credlfman
n larr. rrrwirllnh in nm.v.. - ...... .
steady, reliable tand give good reference;
cAyciicm riianvo. lor -luture; mooerate
salary to start. Address G 210 care Bee,
GOOD pay to ladles"" for decorating
Experience ; unnecessary. Call forenoons.
wi CV lll C3
WANTED At once, ten chicken plekera
at W. F. Prlebe Cd., Algona, la" Wad
MEN with patentable Id ess write Ran
dolph A Co.. Intent Bollcitors. Wash
Inaton. D C.
ard. small cogntry town. Mutt be
sot uunu, repiy giving
tt'AVTPn-M.n m-I.V.I- .... j.. ,'
tlons as flremtn. brukemen. Interurban
motormrn or colored train porters on
first class Omaha road. Write at once.
No experience necessary: & to 1100
mnnth afar, nrt Vh .lUL. aj.wl.
.. ..... - - - - - - " a.i.nv ,1.111c Liu-,1-
Oon wanted. Enclose stamp. Inter Ratl
way. Y 315. Bee
TOUNO man attendlug Boyles college
wants work for board. D 1WS.
FARM HANDS furnished, short notice,
tree. Omaha, Employment Bureau, HI N.
lilh 6t Tel. Douglas 1112.
STENQGRAPHERS furnished, large list
to select from; free service to both em
ployer and employ. Ca'l Douglas Zl3.
U C Smith ft Bros,' Typewriter Co.
'TWO young Japanese boys want post
tlons. Address J 133, Bee.
WANTED-Posltlon as houseman In
private family by young colored man.
Honest, Industrious and reliable. Refer
new. Webster Mi.
A. B. C. of Omaha
AgON'8 Jewelry Gift Shop. Kth and
raniBin. jun nop arouna nna
imii net our price,
BKLI Vnua CO, New location. WIS
Farnam. Bverythlns now. Old phone
Doualaa 262J. Come, call or writ.
Knit Abstract Co.. J05 8. 17th 8t.
Hettor bo aafa than sorry. Havo
Kerr do your title work.
VACUUM cleaners, weepers, hydraulic,
electric and hand power sold on
sruarantee; lowest prices; machines
rtmcn. aanuary wervice co. uoug, zwi
for nil a?wlng machlnen. Nebraska
Cycl Co., 'MiiSicr' 16th and
linrney sts. Douglas 1G62, !
PALLACK HOLIDAY BASKETS, con
talnlng one rjunrt bottle H. P. Monogram,
one bottle of Port, one bottle Angelica,
one bottle Tokay. Itcgular $2.95, all for
HENRY POLItACIC LIQUOR HOUSE,
122 and 124 No" 15th.
CHINA painting, outside firing done.
Mrs. F. C. Haynes, 1&23 8. 35th Bt. D. 4990,
Dry cleaning makes clothes look good
as new. 3016 Farnam Ht. Phone D. 1729.
fixed c. WILMOTH. Manager.
TUB EARLY SHOPPER catches the
bargains nt the 8lgn of the Crown up
the golden stairs. FRED BRODEGAARD
JEWELRY CO.. 16th and Douglas 8ts.
FRAMING at H and choice framed pic
tures at H. Dept. store prices. Omaha Art
and Frame, 1711 Leavenworth.
sWANTJJD Position as a tinner in or out,
of the city; nonunion. Address F 125,-care
Rl V. motorcycle messenger service.
ill. J.J. v.., u ... v n wm
Wedding announcements Doug., Ptg. Co.
?fc South 15th St.
HAZEL LEAF PlLE C0NE8-Beet
remedy fer.ltclilng, bleeding or protruding
piles; too postpaid; samples free. Sher
man 'ft McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
"D. sarlfllth, wig mfr. 12 rretittrBlk.
Delicatessen moved to 414 No. 16th. Vis
itora welcome. Everything nw and clean.
THE city dog pound Is"' closed nt the
present time and the dog catcher Is not
taking up stray dogs. However, parties
owning dogs and desiring to dispose of
them " ran have the matter . attended to
by notifying the. city hralth-department.
Omaha film, exch., 14th and Doug, Mo
tion picture machine and film bargains.
1109 forfeit for any magneto' we can't re
pair, uoit repairing. Baysdorrer. ao N. 18.
DANpY little house. and. lut for sale.
21,100 or trade for aulo.
OMAHA AUTOMOBILE CO.. 9010 Farnam.
8BCOND-HAND cars for sale;
Pal Detroit, ISOO.
Auburn, 30-h, p, price on application.
Matheeoti, 60-h. p., price "on application.
DOWN TOWN GARAGE.
1418 Howard Ht. R. M. Harris, Prop.
iBARGAINB.In all nuikea of Uied mater.
cycles. Victor H. Roes, "The Motorcycle
Man," 278 Iavenworth St.
WJUTR FOR LIST-
OF SECOND-HAND MOTORCYCLT.S.
MICKEL8 NKnKASKA CYCLE CO.,
UTH AND HARNEY,
Newspaper and Job plant
In-eastern-Nebraska. One of
the best propositions In tho
state, $3,000, A good chance
for a hustler wishing to en
ter this field. Only paper .in
town. Address, P care
Its who has from 11,000 tp 120,000 capital
to Join in a growing retail firm which
at present employs 90 people. Could use
one who known meat or the bread bust-
rut inure miunnaiion wnie or
call J, 11. Purcell. Balcony office, 1030 p
St., Lincoln. Neb. "
WANTED An .XDtrienp. rra.1l, man
by large corporation in Omaha; must be
steady, reliable and give good reference;
excellent chances for future: moderate
salary io start. Aoaress u zip. care Bee.
Speclat plana for selling your huilnm
or real estate. Kennebeck. Co., Omaha.
TO tret In or out of buslneaa.' rail nn
GANOESTAD. 404 Bee Bldg. TeC D. 3477.
FOR SALE Good maaon contractor's
outfit In a central -Nebraska town of
J5.W0; plenty or work, cheap, ir sold in
the next ten days. Address V Sat, Bee.
WANTKIV-An Idea. Who ran think nf
seme simple tiling to patent! Protect
your ideas; they may. bring you wealth.
Write for "Needed Inventions" and "How
to Get Your patent, ana lour Money."
Randolph ft Co.. Patent Attorneys,
Washington. D. C
Paxton-Mltchell Co., 27th and Martha Sts.
J. C. 'Lawrence. D. C, 2333 Howard. D. S461
W.E.Purvtance,D.C Paxton blk. D.sWt
ChlrdUt. : '
DR. ROY, 1&0S Farnam. Douglas' C47.
FULL dress suits; party dresses for sale
or rent. SL50 per night. Open evtnlng-s.
John' Feldman. Hi N. 17th. Douglas 3036.
Historical mssurade costunaea to hire
at Theo. Lleben'ft Sons, lSlt Howard St,
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1.013.
MRS. W. J. BURNHLL, China Paint
Inc. Outside Firing. Phone Benson tol.
CHINA painting; outside firing dcrtin.
Mrs. F. C. Hnynes. 1515 8. 23th fit. D. 4990.
JOHNSON SPECIAL, best for furnace
or staves. Tel. Doug. 1702. 18th and Izard.
National Box Factory, S9th and Pacific
Creameries, Dalrtea and Snppllea.
DAVID COLE CREAMERY COMPANY.
Jewell -Simpson. Douglas Auditorium:
Monday evening. Doug. 2424 or Web. 2491.
DON'T you dnnce.7 Go to Mackle's, 1816
iiaroey, wnero an others learn, u. W46.
PREVENTIVE dentistry, pyorrhea, oral
prophylaxis. Dr. Flckes, 727 City Nat'l.
JAMES ALLAN. 312' Noville Blk. Evi
dence secured in all cases. Tyler Use.
OMAHA Secret Service Detectlvo
Agency, bonded. Evidence In all cases se
cured by expert gentlemen and ludy op
eratives. Douglas 1319. 428-23 PaxtOn Blk.
Terry Dressmakg cbllege. SHh ft Farnam
DRESSMAKING by day. Webster 6713.
Mrs. Dunne. Red 6574. 1823 Cnpltol Ave.
DRESSI08. suits and coats. Web. -47B4.
DRUGS at cut- prices; freight paid on
310 orders; catalogues iree. Mnerman et
McCOnnell Drug Co., Omaha. Neb.
ISvrrythlnir for Women.
PLUMES made over, cleaned, dyed, curled.
Bertha Kruger, 429-A, Paxton Blk. D. S30I,
OLD plumes made new. California Os
trich Plume Co., 306 Neville Bldg. D. 5010.
DRTCSS pleating, buttons covered, all
sizes and styles. THE IDEAL PLEAT,
1NG CO., 230 Douglas Blk. Douglas 1036.
Ladles' tailoring. gus.r.. 11-397. 32a Cum'g
A. DONAGHUE. 1607 Farnam. D. 1001.
HESS ft BWOBODA, ,1415 Farnam St.
U HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. D. 13.
BATH'S florists. Boyd Thenter Bldg.
FUR repairing. B. Fester. 1410 N. 24th-
MoTlnir, storage nnd Ulranlngr.
MOVING, storage, packing, forwarding;
merchants' freighting a specialty. Twin
City Express Co., 1623 Davenport. D. 1747.
Fnrnnces, gloves nnd Repairs.
REPAIRS In stock for all makes of
stoves and heaters, furnaces, steam and
hot witter boilers; new furnaces. Em
press and Sultan water nnd steam boilers.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS.
1206-CR Douglas St. Tyler 30.
STANDARD furniture repair. R. SCSI.
Leather and Flndluv.
THE PHIL. Leather nnd Finding house,
wholesale leather and shoe findings: spe
cial prices to shoemakers. 1516 N. 3ith St,
Music, Are tusd Languages.
MUBIC TKACHERsToVER IS YEARS,
ARE WANTED to co-operate with Pur
fleld Muslo Teaching Tralnlnc School.
and take charge of local normal teaching
centers and extension work. Information
free. Address T. H. Purfleld 301-5 old
Nnrserles and Seeds.
STEWART'S SEEDSMAN. Ut N. 16th.
H. A. Bturges. 630 Brandels Thea. Bldg.
D. O. Bame'll. Paxton Blk: Tel. Red 7117.
PLUMBING anil heatlnsr. tPMrhar Jt.
Connell. 18 Yllllam St. Douglas 6737.
Plumbing, heating. FARNAM PLUMB
I NO CO.. 6307 N. 2tth. W. 7S2S. W. ZW6I. eve.
DOUQL.S Printing Co. Tel. Doug. 611.
. WATERS-BARNHAKT Ptff. Co.. qua.
tty printing. Tel. Doug. 2190. 621 8. 13th.
Babel Metal Works.
CARTER Sheet Metal Works. 110 S. iota:
Store nnd Office Fixtures.
DESKS, safes, scales, showcases, shelv
ing, etc. We buy. we sell. Omaha Fixture
and Supply Co.. 414-lt-U 8. 12th. D. 273 1.
Storm Doors aud Windows.
Wei rich, storm doors, sashes. 1317 N. 24.
Tranka and Sattcascs.
FREL1NO ft STE1NLE, 1883 farnam St.
Wlnea and Liquors.
BILLOW springs beers, liquors, cigars.
sandwiches. Alex Jetes. 201-3 8, ISth St
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.
Boylea CoiifSe. ISth and Harney Sts7,
Unusjirpassed classes. Finest quarters.
Graduates are guranteed good positions.
Work fo board. For free catalogue ad
dress Mosher-Lampman College, 1815 Far
ram St, Omaha, Neb.
LIVE STOCK FOK SALE.
Hants and Vektclcs.
Horses. Mules on payments. 3010 Nicholas.
FOR SALKtS horses and marcs for all
purfKMte. 313 N, lUi 81
&y 5"ME4klW' UP '
ME 4M' VELLIM iJ
LOST AND FOUND
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFF8 STREET
Persons having lost somo article would
do well to call up the office of the Omaha
& Council Bluffs Street Railway Com
rany to ascertain whether they left It In
the street cars. , ,
Many articles each day aro turned In
and the company Is anxious' to restore
them to tha rightful owner. Call Doug
LOiT Amethyst rosary, between 40th
and Farnam and 60th and Davenport,
Sunday morning. Call Harney 30S6. Re
ward. MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY FURNISHED 8ALARIED
PEOPLE and others noon their own
names; cheap rates, easy payments. Nor
ton & Co., 333 Board of Trade Building.
WANTED Loan of 13,000, 2 to 6 years.
Best of security. Address M 133, care Bee.
Dr. Baker Medical Offices.
DISEASES OP WOMEN.
Consultation and examination free.
210 South 14th 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. E. II. TARRY, 240 Beo Bldg., Omaha.
OFFERED FOR RENT.
Apartments nnil Flats.
Gordon Van Co.
u jh. inn m.. or bio a. 17th qt. Tel. P. m
DESIRABLE five-room steam heated
apartment. The Mason, 31st and Mason
Sts., JI0.OU. Tel. H. 6343. Apply Apt. No,
12, Tho Mason.
STRICTLY first-class apts. Marius
Sorcnsen, 2464 Harney St D. 6790.
STRICTLY high grade steam healed
apartment on Wnt 1'nrimm hi . win.
Janitor service; references required.
Juiih v. nuuuiNS, 1S0Z larnam St.
at 2T.R- ltlmlnbr Ht A.n, tn,ow1 V tlRU
THQ3. W. HAZEN. 207 McCague U. 130p!
lMri FARNAM 5 rooms, completely mod
em: SUltnhln trtrnllon fnr nf firaa; atllriln.
dental or dressmaking rodms, otc, for
.cimuin wiBiunK nomes aujoining. nan
Dlst. Co.. 433 Ramgc. Douglas 7406.
3-R. all modern, with Innltor aervlcn:
first floor. Iorralne Aparts.. 17th and
aiapie his. Aiengedont. Wet). tfil3.
FOR RENT Four-room modern apart
ment. &tu 8. 2$th St. II. 4141.
STEAM-HEATED nnartmcnt of 4 rooms
In New Troy,. 3(03 Harney, has every
THOS. W. HA55EN. 207 McCaguo D. 1300.
rlHI.ICNDll Z.Mturv hni'k tun lyintnln.
ing rec hall, living room, dining room,
kitchen and pantry on 1st floor, 4 bed
rooms arid bath on 2d floor, back and
front stairway, recently thoroughly over
hauled, furnace hoat, 1 block to car;
rents for only 322.B0. Located 1WX1 No,
29th St. Key at office.
310-312 Brandela Theater Bldg.
HANDSOME 6-room anartment. 315.
Free rent to January 1. Phone W. 6765.
C-room modern flat. 1321 N. 34th St., J'-O.
6-r., modern flat. 1804 N. 16th, 130.
2 or 3 rooms. SIS N. Seventeenth. 36
THUS. W. HAXEN, 307 MCCagUe D. 1300.
SIX-ROOM furnished flat fnr rent. 612
S. 13th St. Douglas 3706.
FOR RENT New. modern room, with
sleeping porch, for young men or business
mart ana wire. TeL Harney Sio.
Furnished IIOBsekeeplas Rooms.
DAVENPORT. 2itl--Two nictiv
nlshed housekeeping rooms.
WILL share 7-room house with vounr
oouple; private home. Phone If. 2876.
Holds and Apartments.
DODGH HOTEL Modcrrt; reasonable.
ItKIO hntl. Hfrntn hn. , nrlfl. ....I
cold water In all rooms. 16th and Cumins.
Unfurnished ltousekerplns; Hoonu,
UNFURNISHED housekeeping rooms.
Ill Locust St.; one nice heated room.
Houses and Cottafre.
A COMPLETE list of vacant houses.
apartments and flats that am fnr nt
This U a list compiled dally and can be
een ireo or cnarge at 3U South 17th St
VAN AND STORAGE CO.
MAGGARD VAN AND HTOIIAOR f-O
packs, moves, stores and ships household
goods and -pianos. Douglas 1436.
IfoilSPS ,n a" Prta of the city,
tiouata Creleh Bon, & Co f (
NEAT, desirable 6-room cottars: mndtn,
except furnace. 623 8. 19th Ave, 123.
J. C. RoedS1- Co" "rnlture moving.
' ufwo men. It hours. D. 6144.
.... it iu x;u. I'ttC Jk eti.
shipped. 16th and Jackson Sts. JDoug. 1516.
FOR KENT Two-atorv fmm H..nir.
on Cass, near 26th; modern. Crelghton
university. Dtjglas 2320. nton
s.Trw- t.n,,.. h. u. . .
m-iiiiiiiw. ,Yiru weoster 666.
NOTHING Ilka in .t.a k; V
v. tuna aoiu nouaes. zjj N. 33a.
Urtt fixture.: ? rnm.. 'T"'
. , - -..v.m. . .,14 u,,
rnTr mi." . .. . . .
fine order, tqulpped with storm windows
and doors. Enquire on premises. 2435 S.
2406 EM MKT. 6 rooms, mod. Web. 10S.
UU llall Av 7.r TIT
-- .- - - w.. . .. .i.uu.. (OU.
610S Underwooa Ave.. Dundee, S r..
Ltl snilTlAt R. 7.1V 'rnmnlalalir is
THOS F. HALL. 433 Ramge Bldg. D.'UOS,
, Lmnm hnin. ,.-.. , , .. . Ml .
ard Douse Sts. Fall Douglas 459.
:s sotn St.. 6-r., mod., s.6u.
812 8. 25Ui Ave., 6-r.. part mod.. 118.
2921 Dupont, 6-r.. part mod., 110,
1026 8. 2ith St 6-r.. part mod.. 112.50.
143 Westerfleld Ave., 5-r. c. w., jjJOt
27W a tlL. 6-r. city water. 310.
CREIGH. SONS ft COMPANY.
Dougtas 3WL 60S Bee Bldg
for The Bee by
AJti M4tfCrlE5 CAR
WAS" ttVEWT BACK
ON HER Iff rJO
1 1 .1 iirfr-rii iji 1
OFFERED FOR RENT.
'Stores nnd Offices.
1811 FARNAM ST., 3.0C square feet.
1809 Farnam St (In roar), suitable for
shops; steam heat; hot and cold water
furnlBhed. Thos, F. Hall, 433 Ramge
NEW Blnrn hnHrlfnir. 9r.vno .(n. h,.r
170S Jackson. '
We offer the south half of warehouse
at southeast corner 8th and Howard Sts.
Space 66x132. Fine trackage, facilities.
FIRST TRUST QOMPANY OF OMAHA,
303-5 So. 13th St. Phone Douglas 1161.
DESK robin. 'Mertx. 870 Brandela Bldg.
Trnrt T? W T T? r I I L- .,nm r.m r.n ni.till.
square In Red Oak. Ia.; occupied as shoe
mum uj years, u. i). .Miner. Keq uaK, xa
FOR RENT The nfflcn on irrniinrl flnnr
of The Oce building occupied by the
IJavens-Whlte Coal company. Frontage
on Farnam St. and occupying about 1,500
square feot, with extra entrance on the
Court of the building. Large vault. Fine
office fixtures for sate. Apply N, P.
Fell. Bee office. .
NEW STORES DOWN TOWNT
New stores for rent in Powell Bldg., 613
to 623 8. 16th St New and up-to-dato
fronts, steam heat, full cemented base
ments, strictly modern in every "respect
ITS' to 3$5 per month.
GEOROE & COMPANY.
Tel. D. 766. 903 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
STORAGE WAREHOU8E FOR RENT.
4.500 square feet on Belt line trackage,
close In, for lease at very low figure.
Tyler 1536. 210-12-J4 State Bank Bldg.
DOUBLE STOKK-Fltted up for gro
ceries and meats. Where largo business
has nnd can be done. An unusual appor
tunlty. BRICK storeroom, 1919 Cuming, .
THOS. W. HAZEN, 207 McCague D. 3300.
Rarn for Rent. ,
Barn 3ultable for ten cars. r226 Howard.
OFFERED FOR SALE.
36th Ave. Wab. 5737.
Gibson .mandolins, guitars and banjos 31
down. 31.60 month. F. Potter 20th ft Far.
Typewriters sold, routed, repaired. Ccn
tral Typewriter Exchange. 307 8. 17th St.
RENT Remingtons. Monurchs and Smith
Premiers of their makers. Tha Itemlncton
Typowrlter Co.-, telephone Douglas 1S24.
Mental credited ir you purennse, and only
very newest and highest grade machines
sent out Rates, three months for ti for
understroke machines or $3 per month! for
latest model visible writers.
ALL makes typewriters rented and sold,
easy term". Butts' Typewriter Exchange,
lbOG Farnam St Douglas 6031.
RENT an Oliver typewriter": 3 months.
31. The Oliver Typewriter Co. Doug. 2519.
EMPTY ink barrels for sale. AddIv Bee
Publishing Co.. 17th and Farnam St.
DO your FEET trouble you7 Wear
Simpson's "Hlgena" Health Sock In your
shoe. Immediately relieves tired, ach
ing, burning feet Positively cures cal
lous. Keep your feot WARM In winter
and COOL In summer. Trial pair will
convince you. Send size of shoe. Mailed
SOc. Maker, Albert K. Blmpson, 39 Web
stcr St.. East Lynn, Mass.
100 STOVK& quick sale. 2421 Cuming.
SAFES Overstocked, second-hand, nil
makes. J. J. Derlsht Safe Co., 1212 Farnam.
FOR SALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bowline alleys and accessories; bar fix
tures or an xinas; easy payments. The
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.. 407-409 S.
r; fin Buys Best Coal for the money
U.Wlrv , vh .48 ITammn Jt. Wulh
OJ)f stoves must be sold In 60 days. D,
USX Amer. Furn. Co.. 606 N. lh St
fit) BTOVES must be eold in 40 days.
ayj 2217,, Cuming street Douglas 7033.
MASSAGE, vibratory treatment. Miss
Walton. 16th and Harney, Neville block,
Miss Fisher, mas., bath. eleo. treat. D. 063.
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at 17th and St. Mary's Ave., where they
will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look for our
travelers' aid at the Union station.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture, mag
eztnes. Wo collect. Wo distribute. Phone
Douglas 4135 and our wagon will call.
Call end Inspect the new home, 1U0-1U2-1114
Dodge St .
f A A CiT! Swedish movement. 418
iUAJOiVVXJZ Bee Bltlg Douglas 6372.
MRS. SNYDER. Elect Trt- D. 4330.
LAURA WILSON, bath, mass. D. 8751.
Manlc'g. massage. Miss Debar. 1316 Dodge!
Massage. 1st fl. r. 6. 1723 Dodge. Mrs, Steele
iilda rfrK?17TA ... n ..Tr, nnrt Alrnhnl
rubs, scalp treanent. 1619 Dodge St
Eleo. mass., bath. 214 Baled Bldg.. 17 & D
"MAGNETIC trt 122? Vinton. D. COX.
ABSTRACTS OF TITUS.
t i. r-k 4 v...f fat s1H nt m lat ra (t
office In Nebraska. gX Brand e.a theater.
CITY PROPERTY FOK SALE,
Stop Paying Rent
ruv this brand new modern cottage.
No. 2612 Sprague Street, all modern. Price
32.750. Only 32M cash, balance monthly.
This will beat paying rent every time. ,
S. P. Bostwick
218 So. 17th St
WILL build and finance three or four
homes during the winter; if you have the
lot I will build. It you do not own a lot
and have some cash will furnish capital
necessary to compute payment on both
lot and house. Address me. P 202. care
Bee. 1 will pbone or call on you
WEST Farnam bargain; two fine lots
just off Farnam St. for tl.SOl each.
HICKS. 219 Board of Trade Bldg.
The Persistent and Juaiciuua Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road tc
4106 Cass Street
A Little Better than
Corner lot 65x102, south and east front,
paved Btreot, block to car, oak through
out, tiled bath, sun room, sleeping porch,
large living room, buffet type kitchen, 3
large bedrooms and attic, laundry In base
ment, decorated nnd ready to move Into.
Tyler 16.V.. 210-12-14 State Bank Bldg.
and lo por month buys two fine south
front lots at 43d and Emlle (Jackson)
Sts. Aro only two blocks from street
car. Plenty of ground for garden and
chickens. This Is a proposition that will
make you money. It Is worth investigat
ing. This lot. 88x132. at Oth and Wirt Sts..
can be bought on very easy payments; Is
one block to street car. You will make
money If yoit buy. Price Is reasonable.
CREIGH, SONS & COMPANY,
DouglaB 200. SOS Bee Bldg.
With 7-r. all modern home, fireplace,
best lighting and. heating fixtures, room
for larger home or flats on vacant cor
ner. Streets both paved, east front, 2
blocks to Farnam. Trle rut In I.', rxV
only Il.SOO cash, bal. easy, 6 per cent.
u autsirjs itUAb estate; co.,
1016 Omaha Nat Bank. Doug. 2715.
Evenings. H. 5134.
IIANSCOM PARK, west side. Seven
rooms, nearly new: hardwood inside: hnt
air, electricity, gas; exceptional location:
accessioie; ait improvements. Doug. 6232.
TO BUY. SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. BOBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
" ' . ' " 1
"REAL ESTATE. '
FA It !I Jb RANCH. LANDS' FOR SAMS
TTnlJ OVk .. .an Inn.,,. -Wl
government land: best of soil and water
win. nudi lu juaiii into iv iv.. ana good
o IU1U UUWII Uliu UiliCK
from Omaha, tiling fees, surveying, trans
portation on ground, etc. 1126 city Nat.
aCMtlv Jim,.a vyiUUIltt.,
VLnninA frnl urA nnnlln, .
Jacksonville, lurgest city and best market
I H ..I a V-a . aaa.
I .in u, .vuurw tu, ii. uiacKmarr, ttt.
RICH AS A BARN XARD.
. " i'-o-wc, i iiiuco num council
wllirfij .Inn.. ,n .. . I . ...... .
I'olng In an upland valley and has been
pastured for many years. It Is about as
rich as land can be made. Has good
6-room house, with large porch around
entire south and east sides; stands on a
knoll with very pretty out look; large
and good basement; barn; extra good,
warm, well lighted chicken houses; about
6 acres orchard, apples, cherries and
plums. Tha cherry orchard has been very
profitable) for several years and Is in
its prime. Level road to city and about
1V4 miles from car line. A nice burn
and a profitable farm, McQee lUai
r-aimo u.. iw x-eari ou. council rJIUIift.
FOUND 330-acre homestead In umM
neighborhood; fine farm land; no sand
hills. Cost you 3200. filing fees and ell
J. A. Traoy. Kimball. Neb.
FOR SALE Section good farming Ian,
north of Potter. Cheyenne county, Ne
braska, at 111.00 an acre cash. Addresn
owner P. O. Box 257, Omaha.
240 acres 45 miles from Minneapolis, l
tnllo from town: V'C acres under cultiva
tion, balance used for pasture: can prac
tically all be cultivated; heavy soil; good
set of buildings, constating of 8-r. house,
large barn, granary, corn cribs, wind
mills, etc.; land will produce 60 bu. corn
Per acre; telephone In house; country
thickly settled; complete set machinery;
t! head stock, consisting of 11 cows, bal
ance 1 and 2-year-olds; 6 good horses. 21
hogs, chickens, H this year's crop and
everything on farm goes at $j0 per acre;
U cash. SCHWAB BROS.,
102S Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
3100 to J 10. OX) made DroniDtlv. F. 1.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city
property in any amounts.
H. W. BINDER,
City Nat'l Bank Bldg
PITV mAK'H Hamla.r'arllx.ru
c 310-312 Brandela Theater building. "
n-ARVTNBROS ,'oan 300 and up.
U-AH V11N 131VU0.0mana Na, Ban
WANTED City loans and warrant
W. Farnam Smith ft Co.. 1320 Farnam K.
CITY property. Large loans a special!
W. H. Thomas. 228 State Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farm:
O'KEEFH REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2715.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros
HARRISON ft MORTON. 916 Om. Nat
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
van SALE or trade for merchandise.
240 acres land near Pueblo. Colo.; clear
title. J. T. Blatchford. Arpan. 8. D.
GOOD CATTLE RANCH
Live business established 23 years, In
cluding horses, harness, heavy truck aud
freight wagons, carriages, hearses, bus
and trunk transfer and real estate lo
cated In a good "manufacturing town in
Iowa. What have you to offer
BOSSERMAN BROS .
"7,1 imnviA r.ANii t ". 7TT
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iMlmtuI fruit nnd Mlfulfa land --. A .
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city property Addttzs Y 312, Bee.