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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1913)
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cepted. UKAT1IS AND KUNfcllAI. J.OT1CUS
WEST LAWN CBMETEUY.
Mot accesilblo modern coinotery In
Omtba. Perpetual care o lota and .lnglo
craves without charge. In caie of lm
mdUte need telephone Dougiaa 829 or
Harney 4Mi and our fre automobile Is
at your service. Tho purchase of a alnolo
rr&ve starts the ownership ot a family
lot on easy payments.
WEST LAWN CEMETEUV,
906 Withnell UlAg., 15th and Hnrney Sis.
Wth and Lincoln Ave.
BIHTIIS AM) DEATHS.
Tlrths Verna and Helen Bennett,
hospital, girl; Sam and Julia Bcrnhart,
2578 "Davenport, boy; Prlmo and Susanna
Pranso, M William, girl: F. and G.
Terraro, 1613 Izard, boy; W. V. and K.
Huston, 1717 California, boy; Aksel nnd
Dorothea Jespcrsert, 2Si6 North Twenty
sixth, girl; M. A. and Agnes Levy, hos
pital.' boy; Chris and Jennie Norton, 2137
Crown Point avenue, glil; J. E. and
Meltsga Talmage. hospital, girl,
Deaths Henrietta Kruno, M, hospital;
Sam McCoy, 5L hospital.
The following permits to wed have been
Name and Residence. Alc. !
Arthur natho, Waverly, la 21
Helen Whltescell, Waverly, la 18
Car M. Turner, Omaha 31
Noma Faith Logan, Dulutli, Mlnii 28
BUILDING PERM ITS.
The following building permit lias
Oscar Johnson, 2416 Fort Omaha ave
nue, tram, $2,609.
REM' WANTED FEMALE.
IlooacUrrpcr anil liuiui-stics.
THE SERVANT GIRL PROBLEM
SOLVED The Beo will run a Servant
Gui Wanted Ad FREE until you get the
desired results. Tats applies to residents
of Omaha, South Omaha and Council
Bluffs. Bring ad to Th lieo office or
telnphono Tyler 1000.
EXPKIURNCnn otrl fnr irnnnral
Work, no washier, rood wajres. IIS n
31th. H. 621. j
nouseworK. .i rarnnm m. ii. W14.
, WANTED Girl for gencrul housework
in small family. 8. 1137,
WANTED Com peteut whlto girl for
general housework, one who will assist
with care of children; no laundry work.
YOUNG women, coming to Omahl as
trangcra are Invited to visit tho Young
Women's Christian association building
at St. Mary's Ave. and 17th St., where
thay will bo directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers' guldo at the Union station.
GOVERNMENT position open to
women; $75 month. Write immediately for
free list. Franklin Institute. Dept. 03 H,
HELP WANTED -aiAliE.
Agents, Salesmen and Solid tun.
WANTED Four good solicitors at once.
!0C Brandels Theater Bldg.
WANTED Good girl for general house
work; bo washing; references required.
W. J. CoaA. 118 a 17th 8L
Factory and Trades.
Drug store snaps; Jobs. Knelst. Bee Bid.'
GET Into the most profitable buslnesj
of today, the automobile business, and
become Independent. Our large, well
equipped shops offer the opportunities ot
learning the business by actual experi
ence on different makes of cars. Out
terms are moderate. Write or call. No
tional Auto Training association. 2814 N.
20th St.. Omaha. Neb. Tel. Webster 4A
FEW WEEKS QUALIFIES.
WANTED MEN TO LEARN THU
BARBER TRADE You can join with the
assurance you will succeed. We have ie.
celved praise from thousands for our
beneficial course. Manr Jobs waiting.
Call or write. Moler Barber college, 110
a. jtin bl
CARPENTER Several Jobs, about
want one who will buy small new house
and toi at or a modern cottage at
$3,260 on rcptal payments. He does not
need money for down payment Address
hi once. J3 Hi, Dev.
'KI.P Call omana Employment bureau.
MEN 11 to K. wishing to be rallwuy
mail clerks: $73 a month. Write for book
of Information. Y 330. Bee.
WANTED Rail way mall clerks; ex
aminations everywhere frequently; ram
pie questions free Franklin Institute.
ITeptJlJ 11, Rochester, N Y
ca r ap-i
t Miuiod Times
I DONT 'KNOtf
HELP WANTED MATiB.
YOUNG MEN. you should learn tho
automobile business anil learn It HIGHT.
Earn mom money than you ever did bo
for. We havo both a day and a night
cine-, bo you have no reason for delay.
Comu In NOW.
NEBRASKA AUTOMOMLB SCHOOL,
his Dodtro m.
MEN with patentablo Ideas write Hun
Col ph & Co.. Washington, 1. C.
OOVEItNM I5NT railway mall clerk, cur.
toms-Intrrnal revenue "exams" tvery
where soon. Get prepared by former U.
8. civil scn-lco secretary-examiner. Free
booklet E 13. Wrlto now, today. Patter
son Civil Horvlee Hchool, Uofehester, N. Y.
YOUNG man attending Uoyles collegi
wanta work for board. U. 16Ci.
BUNDLE washing, Ironing. Har. CMS.
Day work at cleaning. W. 7578.
Bundle washing and Ironing. H. 846.
WANTED Position iui hoiiackoener for
bachelor or widower In city; will take a
placo for gnnoml housowork also. Ad
dross O 171, llee.
POSITION us baknr or cook by young
married man, or will take nny other In
sldo Job; best of city lefcrencen. Phono
122 South 15th St.
HAKUL. l.KAK PILK CONE8-Uent
remedy for Itching, bleeding or protruding
piles! Wr postpaid; samples free. Slinr-
mun fc McC'onncll Drug Co,. Onialia.
Your majiuilno order nnd rcnowuls con
trlbuto Wo or more towards a fund ot
UCO0 for THE INVALIDS' PENSION
AHB'N. Wo MUST HAVE 298 subscrip
tions to tho L. II. Journal, J1.00; Sat. E.
Post, U.W. and Country Gentleman, 11.00,
In Dec Remember your order or renewal
contributes Wo towards the support of 18
Invalids who have received their pension
checks each month since spring. Gift
subscriptions announced with beautiful
Christmas folder to rach subsorlbcr
Christmas Eve. URGENT Mall or phono
GORDON THE MAOA7.1NE MAN, Omaha
f in motorcycle tncssongor service,
,ll.U. 21o H ith. Doug. 3C03 or 3630.
D, B. Griffith, wig mfr. 13 Frcn.er Blk.
Francis Potter. Gibson mandolins, guitars.
Wedding announcement!). Doug. Ptg. Co.
I Omaha film, exch., 14th and Doug. Mo
i tlon plcturs machine and film bargains.
"CLASSICS In astrology, itll Farnam,
by Prof. Alexis Pfuhl. All kinds ot occult
literature and health cook books, with
scientific lecture, tar sale.
! GET a lucky Vlfu"l)ING RING from
. BRODEaAAHD'S AT tho SIGN ot the
I CROWN, up tho GOLDEN STAIRS, 16th
WE muko a specialty of auto farcdoor
body building nnd painting. Hlghoat
quality work. Wm, Pfclffcr Carriage
Wks. D. CU22. 20th Ave. and Uavenvortn.
$100 forfeit for any magneto wo can't re
palr. Coll repairing. Baysdorfor. 210 N. 18.
ONE second-hand flve-passnngor Oak
laud automobile: car may be lnspoctod
nt Uourd of Education shop, 2021 Nicholas
Bt. Sealed bids will bo received by the
undersigned until Monday, January 5,
1914, nt 8 P. ni., and will bo opened In the
(irvscnca ot the board nnd tho public. The
loard reserves th right to reject nny or
all bids, W. T. Uourke. Socretary Board
of Education. M6 City Hall, Omaha.
WRITE FOR LIST
OF SECOND-HAND MOTORCYCLES.
MICKEL'R NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
14TH AND HARNEY.
BARGAINS In all makes ot used motor
cycles. Victor II. Room, "Tho Motorcycle
Man." 7703 Lcsvtnworth St.
WANTED Party with $5,000 cash to
take Interest In business here in Omaha,
that will clear $20,000 per year. We havo
a business that is a "business," and need
some moro cupitai to greatly increase
same. Party- rurnlthlng capital can tako
position In office ut good salary. Wrlto
at on co tor appointment. Address P-170,
caro Omaha Bee.
WANTED An Idea. Who can think of
somo simple thing to patent? Protect
your ideas; tnoy may tiring you wealth.
Wrlto for "Needed Inventions" and "How
to Get Your Patent and Your Money."
Randolph & Co., Patent Attorneys,
Washington. D. C
OWING to our lurge and ever In
creasing wholesale business we have de
cided to discontinue our retail cigar store
In Grand Island, Neb., on January 1st,
1911 and devote nil oiir time and atten
tion to the wholesale business. AVe will,
therefore, offer our retail store for sale.
This store Is In a good location and Is
one ot tho finest and brat equipped In the
state, yot tho price at which samo can be
bought Is reasonable. Any on6 who Is a
hustler and will give this business his
time and attention will find an excellent
opportunity here. Lase on building ex
p,i ' s,Vel. "H. but can bo lenowed.
This is a bona fide proposition and only
those meaning business need Investigate.
HARKERT CIGAR CO. OF NEBRAS-
virunu iBianq, rs-eli,
TO QUICKLY sell your business or real
mtm iciintocK vo., umana.
Trt flWT In fc...t ..
iirtnnM mon.if , , ..
, iwt.vmiitiK uuaini'SB. Well
established and on profitable basis; ca-
machinery In good condition and operated
vi h on lime.
Write A. J. Cuming Greenville. Tex.
ELSASSER'S barber shop rvn 4J
YEARS IN OMAHA. 161T FarnanTsl 10
nova BllMVCt iv i:
CLOSE ALL DAY 8UNDAY.
HAIRCUT 25c. Henshaw Barber shop.
Paxton-Mltchell Co., 27th and Martha Sts.
J r. Lawrence. D. '., SKt Howard. D. 84(1
pW.E. Purvlance. D. C. toy Pax. B1k
DR. ROY. IUH Farnam. Douglas 6197.
Cleaners und. ll)rr,
LO OK 11 K'B "I I T" Rflrt
IAUln.pKNir, AND PRESSED bU0
Fontcnclle Cleaning Tel Webster 191J.
it Now, All Right
A. B. C. of Omaha
ARON'S Jewelry Olft Shop, 16th and
Fnrnam. Juat shop around and
then get our prlcea.
BELL DltUG CO. New location. 1316
Fornam. Everything new. Old phono
Dougiaa 2623. Come, call or write,
KERR Ab-tract Co., 305 S. 17tli St
Hotter be sufo than norry. Have
Kerr do your tltlo work.
HOTOG ItAPHEIl. W.W. Scott. Takes
Photographs anywhere, any time.
318 McCaguo Bldg.. IS & Dodge. D.260X
VACUUM cleaners, sweepers, hydraulic,
electric and hand power sold on
guarantee; lowest prices; machines
rentod. Sanitary Scrvlco Co. Doug. 2301.
POLLACK'S HOLIDAY BASKETS,
containing ono quart bottle II. P. Mono-
Drfltn " i i l..l lln . 1. , , l . u
Bollca, ono bottlo Tokay. Itcgular $2.95, all
HENRY POLLACK LIQUOR HOUSE,
iu and in in.
CHINA pointing, outsldo rirlug "done.
Mrs. F. C. Hayncs. 1525 8. 25th St. IX 49.K).
. THE WARDHOBE.
Dry cloanlng malms clothes look good
tui new. 2016 Farnam St. Phone D. 172.
FRED V. W1LMOTH, Manager.
AN APPIlOPltlATE XMAS G I FT,
A membership in tho Young Women's
Christian Ass'n will bo appreciated.
FREE A calendar of art given with
ovcry purchase, Meyer Klein. &22 N. 16 St.
FRAMING at ',i and cholco f rumed plo
lures at ?i Dopt. storo prices, Omaha Art
nnd Frame. 1711 Leavenworth.
BARGAINS In diamonds and watches.
GROSS JEWELRY CO.. 410 N, 16th.
""FIR8T-C1.AB.S home-mado cakes of ull
makes. Call I larney 35i0.
Olympla for Xmus candles. 1518 Harney.
t'un I Dcnlrrs.
ifcfi f0 COAU "Johnson's Special." C.
fU.OV H- johon. 18th and Izard.
National Box Co., 39th
FULL dress suits; party drosses for sale
or rent, 81.60 per night. Open evenings.
John Feldman. 206 N. 17th. Douglas 3128.
Historical masqucrn4o costumes to hire
at Theo. Lleben A, Hons. 1B14 Howard St.
Creameries, Dairies nnd Supplies,
DAVID COLE CREAMERY COMPANY.
Jowcll Simpson, Douglas Auditorium,
Monday evening. Doug. 2424 or Web. 24ll.
Drcrsmaklng, rcusonnble; work guar
antertl. Tel. Doug. 6176. 2.VS4 Harney.
DRESSES, suits nnd coats. Web. 4794.
Terry Drcssmak'g college, 20th & Fnrnam.
Sowing anil remodeling: repairing; skirts
inado over. Mrs. Schoonovcr, 107 S. 17th.
Tango, social dances a specialty. D. r07.
IF YOU don't dunce und wish to, call
Doug, 6446: tango nnd new dances taught
every Fridny, 8 p. m. Muckles, 1816 Har
DRUGS at cut prices; freight paid on
$10 orders; catalogues rrxc. Sherman &
McConncll Diug Co.. Omaha, Neb.
JAMBS ALLAN, 312 Novlllo Blk. Evi
dence socurod In all cases. Tyler 1136.
L. W. Longnecker. 617 Karbuch. D. 232.
OMAHA Bee. Korv. Dct. Agcy.. bended.
Douglas 1319. 427-28 Paxton block.
1-1 very th I n ir for Women.
Plumes mada over, cleaned, dyed, curled.
Berthu Kruger, 429 Paxton Blk. D. ivol.
Ladles' tailoring, guar. H. 3997. 3229 Cum'g.
A. DONAG 1 1UE. 1622 Har. D. 1001: A. 1001.
HESS & 8WOBODA, 1415 Farnam St.
L. HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. P. ISO
BATH'S, florists, Boyd Theuter BldgT
Furnaces, Stave nnd Repairs.
NEW furnaces. Marvel, Excelsior and
Douglas; Hero school room heulors; Em
press and Sultan steam and hot water
boilers, thermostats, tank heaters and
asbestos covering. OMAHA STOVE HE
PAIR WORKS. 1206-8 Douglas. Tyler 20.
FUR repairing. B. Fenster. 1410 N. 24th.
Nurseries mid Meeds.
STEWART'S SEEDSMAN. 119 N, 16th.
H. A. Kturgcs. 630 Brandels The. Bldg.
D. O. Barnell. Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
PLUMBING and heating. Fischer &
Connell, 1318 William 8t. Douglus 6737.
Plumbing, heating. PARNAM PLUM B
1NO CO.. 607 N. 2ttll. W. 7828. W. 3X1 Eve.
DOUGLAS Printing Co. Tel. Doug. 041.
WATERS-BARN HART Ptg. Co., quol
Ity printing. Tel. Doug. 2190. 24 8. 13th.
CENTRAL PRINTING CO.. Doug. 37M.
Sheet Metal Works.
CARTER Shwst Metal works, 110 8. 10th.
Storo aud Off.o Fixtures,
Desks, safes, scales. Showcases, shelv
ing, etc Wo buy, we cell. Omaha Fixture
and Supply Co.. 411-16-18 8. 12th. D. 2724.
Storm Doors nna Windows.
Welrlch. storm doors, sashes. 1317 N. 21.
Trunks and Suitcases.
FRELINO & STEINLE. 1803 Farnam St.
Wines anil Liquors.
WILLOW Springs hcers. liquors, cigars,
sandwiches. Alex Jutes. 201-3 S. 13th St
FOR SALE at a discount, a full, un
limited scholarship In Boyles BuslnnM
'ollCstt. Omaha: xood for either yhuri.
, hand or business couike. Apply at the
office of Omaha Re
Unsurpassed classes. Finest quarters.
Stenotpy graduates are guaranteed good
positions, Work for board. For free cat
alogu address Moherl.ampman College,
Uj rariism St. Omaha, Neb.
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OMAHA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1913.
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LOST AND FOUND
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFF8 STREET
Persons having lost some article would
do well to call up the office of tho Omaha
& Council Bluffs Street Railway com
pany to ascertain whether they left It In
tho street cars.
Many articles each day aro turned In
and the company Is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owner. Call Doug
LOST A small nocketbooic. containing
i SIS una ii gentleman a diamond ring; $100
anil :no ?iu rewaru iur rviuru ul nu& iu
'LOST tSRtwcen16th and 17th Sts., Dodge
and Fnrnam, a black laco scarf. Liberal
reward It returned to room 407, Brown
LOST English setter dog, black and
white, with yellow spots on legs. An
swers to name of Don. Reward If re
turned to 122 N. 22d St.
IJJHT Black and white English sotter
pup with leather collar with no name on.
Reward. 122 N 22d St.
Dr. Baker Medical Off ices,.
DISEASES OF WOMEN,
ronsultatlou and examination free.
210 South 14th Street. Omaha, Neb.
For any case of PILES that DR. MAX
WELL cannot cure, NO PAIN, NO DE
TBNTION FROM BUSINESS. PAY
WHEN CURED. Hundreds of people
havo been cured by Dr. Maxwell, 2S years
In Omaha. 408 Omaha Nat. Bk.. Omaha
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. It. TARRY. 240 Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL
ALL" THE YEAR. ,
Complete courao In business. Book
keeping, Ptenotypy, Telegraphy. Civil
Servlco and Salesmanship. Tho catalogue
IS ready. Call, wrlto or phone for It.
Boyles College, 18th and Harney Sts.,
MONEY IX) LOAN
MONEY FURNISHED SALARIED
PEOPLE and other upon their own
names; rates cheap, easy payments. Nor
ton & Co.. 333 Board of Trado Building.
WANTED $1,000 for 90 days; gllt-edgo
security. Beo .1. 267.
OFFERED FOR, RENT
Apartiucnts nnd KiMta.
- i tt v moving.
Gordon Van Co.
413, N. Iltli St., or 210 S. 17th St. Tel. D. 8K
REDUCED FOR AVINTER.
IlS-4i-room flat, 1202 N. 24th St.,
neat and cozy. Call D. 4512.
C-ltOO.M steam-heated flat, 915 South
13ih St., $20 and $30.
FELL & PINKERTON CO.,
213 Board of Trade Bldg.
1S0O FARNAM 6 rooms, completely mod
ern; suitable location for offices, studio,
dental or dressmaking rooms, etc., tor
tenants wishing homes adjoining. Hall
Dlst. Co., 433 Ramge. Douglas 7406.
STRICTLY high grndo steam heated
apartment, on West Furnam St, with
Janitor service. References required.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1S02 Farnam St.
3-R, all modern, with janitor service;
first floor. Lorratno Aparts.. 17th and
Maple Sts. Mengedoht. Web. 3713.
2tAO CHICAGO; 3-room apartment, mod
ern except hearT
ELEGANT 6-room apartment, strictly
modern. 2501 Sherman Ave.'
TEN-ROOM flat, soven-room cottage;
flvo Uvlng rooms: modern. Harney 617.
Hor.rU and Itoouta.
Private home cooking. naonable, 64 B. JO,
THE IRVING. Seo our rooms, finest In
city. Modern,, reasonable. 2103 Leaven
worth. Closo In. Dougiaa hSSl.
ONE or two large furnished rooms, on
car line; private family; West Farnam
district: board optional. Harney 6479.
STEAM-HEATED room, with board,
for two; best car line. Phone Webster
991. 3SQ2 N. 24th St.
FURNISH ED .room with board, suitable
for two gentlemen; private home In
Bemls Park. 'Phono H. 3185.
LARGE rooms In modern home; good
location', rcaaonapie. itoz pavenport.
1909 DOUGLAS: rooms: steam heat:
Furnished Ilouaekeeulnir Rooms.
DAVENPORT, 2018-2 or 3 front house
4 unfurnished Hkg. rooms. W. 1052.
Hotels and Apartments.
DODGE HOTEL-Modem. reasonable.
Houses and Cottages.
FOR NICE COLORED FAM3LT.
$22.50. 6-r nicely finished, modern 2008
H. A. WOLF,
432-4 Brandels Bldg. Dougiaa 80S8.
Hoil SOS ,n B" I'atts ot tho city,
ern except furnace. 623 S. 19th Ave. $25.
1615 Hall Ave-, 7-r mod., $30.
6109 Unacrwood Ave., Dundee, S-r., $60.
1C1 Emmet St, 7-r., completely mod., I 35.
THOS. F. HALL. 433 Ramge Bldg. D. 7404.
FOR RENT Two-story frame dwelling
on Cass, near 26th; modern. Crelgbton
university, Douglas 2320.
MAGGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO.
packs, movos. stores and ships household
goods and planoa Douglas 1496.
SIX-ROOM cottage, 3610 Seward St.,
7-ROOM. modern house. $30: close In
G. P. Stebblna
NOTHING like It; steam heat. 4 or 6
or 7-1 oom flats und. houses 220 N. 23d.
T p l?onrl K3tP' furniture moving.
A COMPI.ETK 1.1 uf vacant houses,
, ai art. units and Hats that are for rent.
This list Is compiled dally You will be
furnished a list f r- e of charge by calling
' Douglas 4UR. Omaha Van t Storage Co.
114 S. 29th St . S-r , all modern; newly
2014 Bancroft 6-r part modern. $13.
RASP "3ROS. Doug. W53.
OFFERED FOR RENT.
Honscs nnil Cottages.
IN West Council Bluffs, la.:
$18-3327 Ave. B, 6 rms., modren ex. heat.
$203342 Ave. It., 5 mis., modern.
Wo can k11 you either of these places
on terms like rent at attractive prices.
Let us show them to you. A. F. Smith
Co. (Fay Smith), 23 Pearl St., Counoll
Bluffs, la. Phono 319.
T7TTT7T Tpv storage and Van
P I I J M v I I Y Co. Goods stored.
IL'Lfm X J. moved, packed,
snipped. 16th and Jackson Sts. Doug. 1516.
9-ROOM house, suitable for two fama
Iles. 2308 N. 21st St. Call Webster 4018.
3-ROOM house for rent, furnished or
unfurnished. 1902 Wirt. Webster 666.
Storage $2 per month. X'acklng and
shipping. 3-horso van with 2 men, $1.25
per hour. Douglas 4338 or Douglas 378S.
2913 MASON; nice large brick for 2 fam
lies or roomers. II. 1650.
8PLTNDID placo corner 18th and Wirt
No better neighborhood. First class nnd
beautiful. Fine garage. See it. W. 3917.
Stores una offices,
DESK room. Mertz. 870 Brandels Bldg.
FOR RENT The office on ground floor
of The Bee building occupied by the
Havens-White Coal company. Frontogo
on Farnam St. aud occupying about 1,600
square feet, with extra entrance on the
court of the building. Large vault. Fine
office fixtures for sale. Apply N, P.
Fell. Bee office.
1811 FARNAM ST.. 3,009 square feet.
imi Farnam St. 1,760 square feet (In
rear, suitable for shops; steam heat: hot
and cold water furnished. Thos. F. Hall,
433 Ramzc Bldg. Douglas 7406.
Large store room, N. 24th, $20.
Btoro room, 27th ahd 8t. Mary's, $12,50.
N. P. DODGE & CO.,
15th and Harney.
linrn for Rent.
Barn, suitable for ten cars. 2226 Howard.
OFFERED FOR SALE
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE
Tho up-to-the-minute satin stripe ma
hogany clothing cabinets ot the Geo.
Brooks' store. These are Grand Rapids
Show Case Co.'s fixtures wlth their Im
proved three-piece extension garment
racks, all nickel plate. These fixtures
aro as good as new and will hn sold at a
tremendous sacrifice it bought before Jan
uary 1, 1914. Also cash register, safe and
Samson's cash carrier air line system.
16th and Harney Sts.
Tjpewrlters sold, rented, repaired. Cen
tral Typewriter Exchange. 307 S. 17th St.
TYPEWRITERS sold and rented every
where. L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
Ccmpany, 1819 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb.
RENT Remingtons, Monarchs and Smith
Premiers of their makers. Tho Remington
Typewriter Co., telephone Douglas 1824.
Rental credited If you purchase, and only
very newest and highest grade machines
snt out. Rates, three months for $5 for
understroke machines, or $3 per month
for latest model visible writers.
SAFES Overstocked, second-hand, all
makes. J, J. Dcrlght Safe Co., 1212 Farnam.
STATUTES FOR SALE The Nebraska
Statutes as prepared by the Codo com
mission will be ready for delivery about
January 16, 1914. Price tor ordinary bind
ing, $5. Bible edition (1,000 copies), flexi
ble covers, fine paper, $6. Send orders
to this department with remittance.
Transportation to be paid by purchaser.
AddlBon Walt Secretary ot State. .
FOR BALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys und accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy payments. The
Brunswlck-Balke-Collcnder Co., 407-409 8.
r: nn nuys Best Coal for the money; try
J.JJ 1, V, CIS llnrmnn Wulh
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers aro Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at 17th and St. Mary's Ave., where they
will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look tor
our travelers' aid at the Union station.
Ann Anderson. Magtlo treat 41$ Bee bldg
THE Salvation Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture, mag
azines. We collect. We distribute. Phone
Douglas 4135 and our wagon will call.
Call and Inspect the new home, 1110-1112-1114
M A A (TR! Swedish movement 4
iU-tVOyOVtJLi Bee nldg- pougia, 6372.
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Bexten Pharmacy, 12th and Dodge.
EljEdTRln MASSAGE BATH. 214
Massage. Miss Walton, r. 224. Neville blk.,
16th and Harney. Phono Douglas 4297,
LAURA WILSON, bath. mass. D. 8751.
Turkish bath, mass. Davldge blk. D. 6895.
Blee, moss., bath. 214 Balrd Bldg.. 17 &D.
Miss Fisher. 448 Brandels Til. Bl'g. D. 863.
MAGNETIC Trt. 1829 Vinton. D. 6029.
MRS. SNYDER Electric Trt. D. 43SO.
MASSAGE. 109 8. 17th St Mrs. Steele.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
REeJd Abstract Ca, oldest abstract
iiiYtceln Nebraska. 206 Brandels theater.
CITV PROPERTY FOR SALE.
2030 Spring St; 11 room house, gas and
water; good condition; $360 cash down,
balance monthly, same as rent. Web.7869.
TO BUY. SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. ROBBINS, IS03 FARNAM ST.
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR SALE.
FOR $JW we can locate you on 320 acres
government land: but of soli and water
and close to main line It. It . and good
climate. $2u ias fare down und back
from Omaha, tiling fees, surveying, trans
puliation on the ground, etc.
1125 City Nat Bank Bldg.. Omaha.
ISO-ACRE farm. Improved; price 13.500;
Jo0 down: map free. Arthur, Mountain
for The Bee by
FARM .t RANCH LANDS FOR SALE.
FARMS FOR SALE$5.00 down. $5.00
monthly buys 40 acres good timber land;
near town, Texas county, Mo.: price $200;
perfect title. J. B. Jarrell, Mt. Vernon.
FOR SALE 1C0 acres of land In Mer
rick county, Nebraska, one-half mile
from Clarks, described as follows: WV4
of nell of section 12, township 11, range
5, and w!4 of seVi. Good Improvements
and must ba sold. J. J. Keefe, 112 Ne
braska St, Sioux City, la.
No. 10480 acres near town of Keystone;
under a good ditch: only SM an acre;
$1,000 cash .and balance In one to ten
years nt 6 per cent. This Is easily worth
$10 per aero morn than Is asked for It
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block. Omaha.
No. A-102 A splendid Irrigated 80 acres
In a prosperous Swedish neighborhood. 6
relies from Bayard, in Morrell county.
Subject to Irrigation bonds duo 10 to 20
years; equity ut $3,000, payable $1,000 cash,
balance five annual installments at S
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block, Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
o CITY IOANS. Bemls-carioerg Co.,
" 11, -unfit. I a Thontar lillll.llnrr.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St
CITY and farm loans. Lowest rates.
No delay. J, H. Dumont & Co., 1603 Far
nam St., Omaha.
CITY property. Large loans a speolalty.
W. H. Thomas, 228 State Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1610 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2716.
FIVE per cent farm loans; optional
payments. Win. McCormlck. 1201 Farnam.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros.
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nat.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
. , RANCHES, RANCHES.
1..60 a. western Kans., 130 a. alfalfa, 400
a, alfalfa land, $22 per a.; somo trade and
long time on balance.
3.360 a., best body of land and best Im
proved ranch In the county, $17.60 per a,,
will trado for eastern grain farm.-.
M. F. SIMMONS. Kansas City. 'Mo.
CLEAR building lot In South Omaha
In Swift Place addition, worth $260, for
a diamond. Address C 142. Bee.
HAVE 3 good building lots In the West
Farnam district worth $5,000: exchange
for land In Banner or Kimball Co., Neb.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St
WANTED TO RUY
RACHMAN will treat you right: best
prlcea for turn., clothes, shoes. W. 6116.
HIGHEST prices paid for men's cast
off clothes and shoes. Doug. 8017.
LIVE STOCK MARKET U WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments rccelvo prompt and careful atten
tion. Live Stock Commission Merchants
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
Horses nnd Vehicles.
NEW and second-hand wagons for. sale.
25th Ave. and Leavenworth St.
PEDIGREED Angora cat, Ihi years
old, reasonable. Call Doug 6721.
POULTRY AND SUPPLIES.
KELLERSTRASS White Orpington
winners. Females $2 up: males, $5 up.
Mrs. W. C. Swearlngcn, Bedford, la.
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Notice is hereby given to the stock
holders of Lee-Glaas-Andrcesen Hard
ware company that the annual meeting
ot tho stockholders of the company
will bo held at tho offices of said com
pany, corner of Ninth and Harney
streets. In the city of Omaha, in the.
state of Nebraska, on Tuesday, January
13, A. D 1914, at i o'clock p. ni for the
purpose of electing a board of directors
for the company to serve during the en
suing year, and to transact such other
business afl may be presented at such
meeting. H. J. LEE, President.
J. CLARKE COIT, Secretary.
Stockholders1 meeting of The TJnlon
Land company: Notlco Is hereby given
that the annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers ot The Union Land company tor the
election of five directors and the trans
action ot such other business as may
legally come beforo the meeting, will ba
held at room U03, Union Pacific head
quarters building, lth and Dodge Sts.
Omaha, Nebraska, on Monday, the 12th
day of January, 1914, at 10 o'clock, a. ni
Tho stock transfer books will be closed
ten days previous to the meeting. Ales
Miliar, secretary. Now York City, N Y.
Dec. 19. 1913. Di7-d20t
County Jail Has a
Scare from Smallpox
A smallpox scare In tho county Jail do-
veloped when It was learned that Rusa
Lunda, a negro serving- a thirty-day sen
tence for vagrancy, was afflicted with thej
Lunda is 19 years old and weighs 220
pounds. Ho came to tho Jail last week
and complained of Illness. Dr. F. 3.
Schlelrer. county physician, made the dlsi
covery that his ailment was smallpox
The Jail was quarantined by city health,
authorities pending fumigation.
GUILD TO SPEND CHRISTMAS
WITH HIS FOLKS IN OMAHA
J. M. Guild, former commissioner of the!
Omaha Commercial club, now executive
secretary of tho Greater Dayton asso-t
elation. Dayton. O., Is expected to arrive
In Omaha in a few
mas wnn nis family and to pack
rurniture preparatory to taking
family back to Davton with Mm
far tlie family has remalnod in Omaha
at ine om nome. Recently Mr. Guild
sold tne property and Is now ready to
take Mrs. Guild and the children to
Dayton. The latest word received at the
Commercial club here Is that he will leave
for Omaha today.
MIbs Clara B. Mason, principal of ParW
school, was operated on for appendicitis)
at Wise Memorial hospital. The opera
tion Is reported to havo been successful,
W. H. Benham. formerly travellna
freight agent for the Union Pacific out
of Omaha, but now general agent for
tho same company at Clovcland, O,, in
spending his vacation here and at Co
lumbus, the latter place his old home.
He will remain until after the holidays,
Two Clean Papers
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The Youth's Companion
The Evening Bee
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