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NOW AKE OUR
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Im presented before 12 o'clock noon
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p. m. for the morning and Sunday
editions. Want ads received after
each hours will have their first in
bcrtlon under the heading, "Too
Late to Classify."
CASH BATE FOR WANT ADS
One insertion, IS cents per lino.
Tivo or mora consecutive inser
tions, 0 cents per lino.
Ono line per month, 1.80.
Twenty cents a' minimum charge.
Advertisements charged to patrons
Slaving accounts ore measured by tho
line, not by the word.
Six words to the lino.
One Insertion, IS cents per line.
Two or more consecutive insor
04, B cents per line.
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Twenty cents a minimum charge
NOTE- The Bee will not be re
Sponsible for more than ono wrong
insertion due to typographical error.
Clalss for error cannot be allowed
sfter the tenth of the following
jnoHth. An advertisement inserted
to be run until forbidden in tint be
topped by written order. Verbal or
telephone conccllatlon cannot be ac
cepted. DEATHS AND FUNERAL NOTICES.
WEST LAWN CEMETERY.
Moat accessible modern um.i.rv in
Omaha, Perpetual care or lot .and slnglv
graves wunoui charge, in cats ol Ira
mediate need telephone uougias trj or
Harney UU and our freo automobile tit
at your service. The purcnase ol a single
grave, starts ma ownership ot a, family
tut on easy paymunts.
WEbT LAWN CEMETERY.
90S Wlttmell Bldg., 15th and Harney Sts.
mi) and juncoin Ave.
RH0ADE8 Helen, youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William tz. Rbboues, age
Funeral Friday. January 30, 1:30 p. m
At the residence, No. ia!9 Cass street
jticiiUj invited. Interment private
TRAILL D. B.. Js.hu sty 28. C a. ib.
Funeral Friday axternoon from family
residence. 2149 teouUi Thirty-third street.
i-rvaie interment at roreat uvn cerae
BIRTHS AND DlaATUS.
Births Walter and Mary Brewer, 8615
North Twenty-ninth, boy: W. O. and
Josephine Elwood, 2412 Ternplqton, boy;
W. K. and It. U Lewis, 616 South Twen
ty-second, boy; liana and Nemo Welz.
1106 North Twenty-second, boy: W. C.
nnd Mabel Fraser, 43M Parker, girl: Axel
and Anna Christiansen, 3019 Larimore,
Klri; J. F. and L. M. Karnos, 2S01 South
Thirty-second avenue, girl; Philip and
Catherine McAvoy. ZZltt North Eichtcenth.
Klrl; Jens and Minnie Thompson, 4430
Worth Thlrty-tlrst. glrL
Deaths Peter Johnson, 65 years, nil
North Sixtieth; W. E. Magner, 4S years.
4SS Capitol avenue; riaclto Yirsl. 46
HEAD CONSUIi TALBOT IN OMAHA
ilUUAX CYNIKU. JANUA11V 39, 1914.
A. ru Talbot, head consul ot the mod
ern Woodmen ot America, will deliver an
address Friday evening, January 30, 1914,
at Modern Woodmen hall, litti and Doug
las Sts. All members ot tho society ara
ursea to oe present to near tne head
consul discuss tne questions ot vital In
terest to our membership.
Tha neetlng; will be held under the
auspices ot eecn uamp no. iim.
Permits to wed have been granted the
Name and Address. Age.
etanlslav Dogoda, South Omaha 27
Alary Dobrowolekl, South Omaha.. .i... 19
Arthur Dyek, Omaha , ;i
XJUle Lansterer. Omaha.... -o
Charliy E. Kay, Decatur........ 14
Mettle E. Sears. Decatur , 18
John Kleaanalc. South Onuhn
Sarabau Seraflna, south Omaha S6
Gerald C. Cary, Omaha , jj
32llzabeth Fisher, Omaha a
Xels Albert Chrlstoffrnn.
MyrUe Watklns. Fremont. ,...". 17
John Ramsey. Dorchester , 3
.ira juncr, torcnesier...,. 20
iienry J. carmichael, Maryvllle. Mo... 53
Xmcetta Carmichael. Maryvllle. Mo.... 45
John Mraz. South Omaha
Annie Dartutwlc. outh Omaha .7Y-q
WUIam It. Blley. Omaha -1
Elisabeth I. Munroe, South Omaha... 18
. 8lr..JI?.r"c Plunkett. 123 North Six
teenth, brick store. 32,600.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Agents and Saleswomen.
DEMONSTRATOR Over !5 years ot
age. of good address; good proposition;
only those out of employment need ap
ply. Call Thursday between the hours of
10 and 11 and 3 and 4 only, E. J. Stan
ley. Paxton hotel.
Housekeepers smd Domestics.
THE SERVANT OinL PRO-nEM
SOLVED The Bee win run a 8ervant
Girl Wanted Ad FREE until you get the
desired results. This applies to residents
of Omaha, South Omaha and Council
Bluffs. Bring ad to Thu Bee office or
telephone Tyler 1000.
WANTED School girl to work tor
room and board and car fare. Call' Web.
WANTED An experienced girl for
general housework. Good wages, small
family. 2819 Farnam street. Phone Har
WANTED Good cook; no washing;
references required. Mrs, Joseph Barker.
WA NTED Young girl
housework In small family.
120 N. Pith St
WANTED White girl to help with
housework ana pauy between 3 a. ra
and 1 P. ra. 014 Mason St.
WANTED Good girl for general house
work; no washing. 2624 Lafayetts Ave.
Phone Haracy im.
WANTED A competent girl for gen
eral tiouasworx; s in lamny; gooa wages.
THOUGH T HEAR
IT R?LLV I J
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Housekeeper nnd Domestics.
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework. 3018 Farnam St.
EXPERIENCED drl for aencralhouse-
work. 116 No. 40th St.
WANTED Experienced second Klrl. 2219
St. Mary's Ave.
YOUN'fJ women comlne to Omaha as
strangers are invited to -visit the Young
women's Christian association du id nir
at St Mary's Ave. nnd 17th St., whero
they win be directed to suitatie ooaruing
places or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers' gutdo at the Union station.
WOMBN Get government lobsft big
pay. Write for list of positions no;v
available Franklin Institute, Dept. 6li
J, ltochester, N. Y.
HELP WANTED MALES.
Alfents, Solesrartii and Solicitors.
WANTED 3 live canvassers for city.
709 Brandels Theater Bldg.
SALESMEN. Kemper. K70 Brand. Bldg.
Clerical and (lfftce.
WANTED Fancy Dtnmin for policy
engrossing and record work. Script round-
nana preierrca. enclose samples in repiy
and state ago and salary expected. 1'. U.
LEDOEIl clerk, quick nnd accurate, 60.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.
1016-16 City National Bank Bldg.
BOOKKEEPER Prefer man 30 to W
years ot ago with some knowledge ot
stenography: salaiy, 3S0-T100; state ex
perience and give phone number. N.
WANTED Assistant bookkeeper, must
bo rapid at figures. Apply Cudahy 1 lick
ing Co., 14th and Jones Sts,
LEDGER clerk, wholesale exneiieucu.
(65. Address L, 141, Bee.
Knotory unit Trades.
Drug store snaps; Jobs. Knelst, Bee Bid tf.
WANTED MEN TO LEARN THE
BARBER TRADE-Steady jobs waiting.
Few weeks completes. Barbers make
more money man ever before. Tools given.
Wages while learning. Call or write.
Moler Barber college. 110 South 14th St.
. WANTED FOR j. H. ARMY Able-
coaled unmarried men between ntrnn .r
IS and 35. cltlsens of United Htutnu. nr
good character and temperate habits, who
tmi atirun, rcnu ana wnio tna uingush
language. For Information apply to re
cruiting oincer, Army Bldg., loth and
Dodge Sts., Omaha, Neb.; fart .Fourth t)t.
sioux city, la.; 4iXl Walnut St., Ds
HELP Call Omaha Employment bureau.
GET Into tho most profitable .business
ot today, the automobile business, and
become independent. Our lurgo, well
equipped shops offer the opportunities of
learning the business by actual experi
ence on different makes of cars. Our
icrms are inoucruio. write or call. Na
tional Auto Training- association. 1314 N.
10th Ht, Omaha. Neb. TeL Webster (943.
WELL WORK about KL1 wnvlhlf vnu
win uuy u aumu iiousa or a couple Of
cheap lots. Easy Davmenta. AiiHr
O 138. Bee.
PLASTERER Two contracts, nhmit iu
now work, to good man who is looking
for a home and would llko to get this
work extra on down navment. tainn,.
easy mommy, vuurcta ut once it 140, Bee.
YOUNO MEN, you shduld iearn the
uuiuiuouiio uuiuiQii una learn II IvlUllT,
Earn more money than von vnr ,iih
fore. Wo have both a day and a night
via, u juu uavo nu reason tor aeiay.
Uome In NOW.
NEURAS1CA AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL.
1415 Dodge St.
WANTED Ambitious men far govern
ment railway mall service. Examination
February 21. We help you to quick ap
pointment. Writo for catalogue. Stand
ard Correspondence School, Minneapolis.
WANTED Man who thoroughly under
stands tho merchant tailoring business to
take orders on tho road for a large east
ern house. Tlchner & Jacob!, Rochester,
N. Y. '
MEN .with patentable Ideaa write Ran
dolph & Co., Washington D. C.
RAILWAY mall clerks wanted. Com
mence 173 month. Omaha examinations
February 21. Samplo questions free.
Franklin Institute, Dept. 223 K. Roch
ester. N. Y.
MEN, M to 33, wishing to t railway
moil clorks; S75 month. Write for book
p' information to Y SS6, Bee.
Thousands ot appointments to be made.
Booklet M, telling where they are, what
they pay, etc., with specimen examina
tion questions, sent free. Writo today
to National Cor, Institute, Washington.
SPECIAL railway mall clerk examina
tion Omaha. February 21. Short courso
ready. Don't delay. Writo American In
stitute, Dept. 109. Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED SITUATIONS. .
ltt vluHnriA n.n slttiu.
Uon as fireman or any other permanent
worn. mil avftaiifcct ill mil inn
give best ot out-of-town references. Ad
dress F 363. Bee.
YOUNU luan attending Boyles colics
wants work for board. D. 1565.
LADY wants day work. Call Doug. 4159.
BUNDLE washing. Ironing, liar. 5346.
HOUSEKEEPING - Oentlemen with
children; no other need apply, Address,
Q 304. Bee.
WIDOW with one child desires posi
tion as housekeeper In small family.
P 255. Bee.
WANTED Place as maid or second
girl. Freda McCoy. South 1913. Rear 411
N. 2th, South Omaha.
MAN and wife wants Job on farm: have
no family. 2tl Cth Ave., Council Bluffs,
A GOOD colored woman wants niacn
to do rooking. Webster 247f.
322 South 15th St
Moved from TV) N. 16th to XH M ltih
A new and complete line of clothing.
D. B. Griffith, wig mfr. 12 Frenzer Blk.
RMW motorcycle 'messenger service.
313 S. llth. Douglas zm or H2u
PERFIELU'S Index music cabinet D. 701.
HOWARD CEMKNT STOSR if '
4005 Leavenworth, successor to Marshal
v.vuieiii oiuno 1,0. uarney wo.
GET a lucky WEDDD1NG KINO from
BRODEOAAltD'H AT th. Rim? ?,E1
CROWN, up the. GOLDEN STAIRS, lth
REMOVAL Announcement-. C. Wood
r V,0;. W reliable cltaners and dyers,
to tU B. Uth St Phone Doug, ttt. '
THE BEEs OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY
13,000 FOR INVALIDS.
Tour order to the Ladles Home Jour
nal, 1.S0, or Saturday Evening Post, $1.60,
or Country Gentleman, tl.SO, contributes
from CO cents to 12 towards a fund of
$3,000 for the Invalids' Pension Assn.
Must have .11 subscriptions In January.
Your renewals count. Mall or phone
Douglas. 7163, Omaha.
GORDON, THE MAGAZINE MAN,
lfWfi T innn Liveliest Omaha magazine,
HAY. 110.60 per ton. Wagner. Ml N. 16th.
Wedding announcements Doug. PtK. Co.
Omaha film exch., 14th and Doug. Mo
tion picture machine nnd film bargains.
WE mako a specialty of uuto foredoor
body building and painting. Highest
quality work. Wm. Pfelffer Carrlago
Wks. D. C922. 26th Ave. nnd Leavenworth.
J100 forfeit for, any magneto we can't re
pair. Coll repairing. Baysdorfer, 210 N. 18,
Tnn.tnn Kellv truck, nearly new: cost
$3,150; will sell cheap or trade for clear
property. Pelton's garage, 2205 Farnam.
BARGAINS In all makes ot used motor
cycles. Victor II. Roos, "The Motorcycle
Man," 2703 Leavenworth St.
WRITE FOR LIST
OF SECOND-HAND MOTORCYCLES.
MICKEL'S NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
16TH AND HARNEY.
Twin llarley, 1913 model; first class
condition Harney 43. 3403 Dewey Ave.
WANTED An Idea. Who can think of
some slmplo thing to patent7 Protect
your Ideas; they may bring you wealth.
Write for "Needed Inventions" and "How
to Get Your Patent and Your Money."
Randolph & Co., Patent Attorneys.
Washington. D. C.
TO QUICKLY sell you business or real
estate write Konnebeck Co.. Omaha.
TO BUY OR SELL
any business, call Business Exchange, 33o
Omaha Nat. bank Bldg. Douc. ISO.
FOR SALE Commercial hotol 20
room; doing a good business, lease and
fixtures for sale. For further Informa
tlon uddress box 67, Franklin, Neb.
TO GET in or out ot business, call on
OANOEBTAD. 404 Bee. Bldg. .Tel. V, 8477.
FOR HALE Grocory, good town,
dress, Y 412, Bee.
ONLY garngo In town, cement building;
and blacksmith shop, tools and stock;
good trade. K. W. Ebelle, Mason City,
Rooming; Houses for Rent.
Investigate Rare bargain, 9 rooms, fur
niture nearly new; reasons. H 367, Bee.
A. A. A.TAXI CO.
RATES 33 PER HOUR.
TYLER 453. JIMM1E WARREN. Pres.
Paxton-Mltchell Co., 27th and Martha Sts.
J. C. Lawrence. D. C, 2322 Howard. D. 84S1
W. B. Purvlance.. D.C.. 40U Pax. Blk. D.4943
D. A. A. F. Snyder. 1518 8. 10. D. 84G2,
CHINA painting, uutstdo firing done.
Mrs. C F. HayneB. lia S. 23th SU D. 4990.
Mrs. F. C. llayncs.
Outside firing done.
1525 S. 25th St. D. 4J90.
Grace Morris, Instructor china, water
color painting. to05 Bran. The. Firing done
Clcanluu nnd Dyelntt.
TflOTv MEN'S SUITS ono
JjUUJA CLEANED & PRESSED OU0
FontenelU Cleaning Wks. Tel. Web. 1915.
Creameries, Dairies nnd Supplies.
DAVID COLE CREAMERY COMPANY.
COAL. "Johnson's Special." C.
S. JOHNBON. 18th and Ixard.
FULL dress suits; party dresses for sale
or rent. Open evenings. John Feldraan,
SCtf N. 17th. Douglas 3128.
Historical masquerade costumes to hire
at Theo. Lleben & Sons. 1514 Howard St.
Jewell Simpson, Douglas Auditorium,
Monday eves., all the latest dances taught.
15 lessons 35.00. Phone Webster 249L
NEW class tor children ever)' Thurs
day; enroll now, Mackle's, 1816 Harney.
TURPIN'S NEW DANCING ACADEMY,
28th and Farnam.
Now open for private lessons and
rentals. Assemblies ovcry Tues. eve. High
school socials every Sat. eve. Adult be-
gmnera- oiass mod, ana xnurs. liar. 5143.
NEW class, children's, every Thursday:
enroll r.ow. Mackle's. 1514 Harney. D. 6111
JAMES ALLAN, 313 Neville Blk. Evl
pence secured In all cases. Tyler 1136.
OMAHA Sec. Serv, Det. A gey., bonded,
Douglas 1319. 427-23 Paxton block.
Terry Drcssmak'g college. 20th & Farnam.
Miss Sturdy. TeL Dour. 7314. 82S So. 24th.
SEWING by day; experienced. Red 6393.
Dressmaking, work guaranteed. D, 3060.
FIRST CLASS. 2417 Dodge St Red 7331.
Day dressmaking; alterations. Benson 494.
Dressmaking by day Miss Burns. D. 6314.
DRESSMAKING. 1702 Davenport. D. S591
CHILDREN'S dresses. 112 8. 34th. D. 4930.
PLAIN sewing to do at home. Tyler 1160.
Everything fur Women.
plumes made over, cleaned, dyed, curled.
Bertha Kruger. 423
Paxton Blk. D. S394.
A. DONAGHUE. 1S23 Harney. Doug. 1001.
HESS & 8WOBODA. 1115 Farnam St
L. HENDERSON. U19 Farnam. D. 1251
BATH'S florists. Boyd Theater Bldg.
HARDWOOD floors, old. floors rfln
ik4L T. a. Holt. Jll Park Ave. It. (90S.
r ME. 4,1 H
Kwi XsgH tjxTM
No buddV Loves ME.
EVERVBuooV Hi4TE" ME.
I oilA LIM Ci"trirFT? NxftlMr
A. B. C of Omaha
ABDOMINAL supporters for men.
women and children. A new idea
mado to measure. Male attendant,
4 to 6 dally. Bolen Mfg. Co., 301-303 Bos
ton Store Bldg. D. 2337.
BELL DItUU CO. New location, Ui
Farnarn. Everything new. Old phone
Douglas 7623. Come, call or write.
KERR Abstract Co., 303 S. 17th Sc.
Better bo sate than sorry. Have
lnfi fin rnit ,1,1a tun.il
)UOTOGlvAPHER. W. W. Scott. Takes
ijnuioerapns anywncre, any lime, ait
McCnguo Bldg., 15 & Dodge. D. 3605.
Monarch Jr., Electric, special 319.75!
canitary aervico co. Tel. u. zg-H.
"K7& rent .epair. sell m-cdles and parts
YY l0.r. nI' wlng machines. Nebraska
ii . Cycii Co- "Slickers," Uth and
Harney sts. 'Douglas 1652.
n A Y yi'e F, W. Taylor &. Co.. 7w
X X L. S. Ex., Kansas City. Mo.
(nutting nnd .Decorating.
Painting and paperhanglng. Tel. W. 6167.
H. A. Sturges. C3u Brandels Thca. Bldg.
D. O. Darnell, Paxton BlkJ Tel. Red 7U.7.
PLUMBING and heating. FlBcher &
Connoll. 1318 William St. Douglas 6737.
DOUGLAS Printing Co. Tel. Doug. 614.
WATRHR.MAIIMU A 111- i, r ......I
Ity printing. Tel. Doug. 2190. 624 S. 13th.
Practical nurse, 18 yrs' exp.. ret. D. 6206.
Sheet -lie In I Works.
CARTER Sheet Metal works. 110 S. 10th.
Stores anil Office Fixtures.
Desks, safes, scales, showcases, shelv
ing, etc We buy, we sell. Omaha Fixture
and Bupply Co.. 414-16-18 S.- 12th. D.2724
Stove, Furnaces and Repairs,
niiyirnacesV MRrv'. Excelsior and
Douglas; Hero school room heaters; Em-
SIf.e1."nd, 8ultttn 8tenm hot water
b2 ,?r?A. ,nrn'0"tts. tank heaters and
asbestos covering. OMAHA stovp ru
PAIR WORKS. 120a:b D0UBuTyl
Trunks and Hultcnscs.
..?J13' sample cases and all lentliur
FREL1NO & STEINLE. IMS yarna'nTMT
n,?? y,?Ur crco,n1. rewired at lowest
Pceammer & Selander. 2110 S. 23d!
k AVlnes and Llqnora.
wJLLOW Springs beers, liquors, clean,
sandwiches. Alex Jetes. 1-01-3 s 'ia.h'"'
irUil?ifpa8scd In all business and
English brunches, shorthand, stenotybv
ana typewriting. Students admitted at
any time. Graduates guaranteed cood
positions. Places provided for young peo
ple to work for board. For a new free
iCaJ.di" !-mp,nn Col!
' """"iii ov.. umam, Is go.
THE JMO) WINTEK TEEM OF
!S NOW OPEN in both the day and
Bluffs, yet It Is not too late to enter
Begin now and receive that mental tralnl
paclty.at Wm d0Ub,' yov,r
"I will absolutely guarantee
a good position for every
"SPS Jthe Blness
nnd Shorthand or Telegra
phy Departments of either
of my big schools. More
than that I will secure a
place for any young man or
woman to work for his or
her board while attending
if such position Is desired.
H. B. BOYLES."
Complete courses In Business. Book
keeping. Stenography, Stenotypy, Teleg
raphy. Civil Service and Salisrrutnihlp.
The catalogue Is ready. Call. w7l U or
? J,U 1
j,3. V4HUI10,, 1GU
limited scholarship In Boyles' Business
college. Omaha; good for either short
hand or business courses. Apply at the
office of Omaha Bee.
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE.
Horses and Vehicles.
Jifrmmfttli .Tapir fn. ..1. -
anteed breeder. Ed Peterson. Mai mo. Neb
LOST AND FOUND
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons havlnr lost some artlcla would
do well to call up the offlco ot the Omaha
& council JJlurrs Btreet Railway com
pany to ascertain whether they left It In
the street cars.
Many articles each day ar turned In
and the company Is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owner. Call Doug
LOST Diamond tire on Booth rim from
automobile. ItowarH for' return. Call or
telephone. George Brandels. Brandels
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 dtseases with testimonials.
DR E. It TARRY. 210 Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
Dr. Baker Medical Offices
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Consultation and examination free.
210 South 14th Street Omaha, Neb.
MONEY TO LOAN
NATHAN'S LOAN OFFICE.
Licensed and bonded pawnbroker, loans
money on all personal valuables. 100 8. 13.
J, WHITE, licensed, bonded pawnbroker;
money on personal valuables, tit N, llth.
Drawn for The Bee by
I KW0W B'tf&iRT
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY" FURNISHED SALARIED
PEOPLE and others upon their own
names; rates cheap, easy payments. Nor
ton & Co., 335 Board of Trade Building.
OlAcsC In diamonds. Gross Jewelry &
1-0 Loan Co.. 410 No. 16th. Red 0081.
Loans on jewelry, etc., 2V4 on diamonds.
Goldstlnc's "Old Stand." 1315 Douglas.
OFFERED FOR RENT.
ApurtiuentH uml Flats,
219 N. 11th St. Phono Douglas 394.
18U9 FARNAM t. rooms, completely mod
ern; suitable location for offices, studio,
dental or dressmaking rooms, etc., fo'
tenants wishing homes adjoining. Hall
Dlst. Co.. 433 Hamge. Douctaa 740S.
3-R, ALL modern, with Janitor service:
first floor. Lorraine Aparts., 17th and
Maple Sts. Mcngedoht, Wee 3713.
TWO 6-room flats, 2645 Cap. Ave. D. 4o.
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
An elecant aDartment for rent In tho
Harold, 27th and Jackson St Vacant Feb
ruary 1, 1914. Winter rate 342.W; sum
mer rato, $33.00 per mo.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Tel. D. 756. 902 City Nat Bk. Bldg.
909 N. 17th St., 6-r. apartment heat and
water furnished, S3S.
618 S. 20th Ava, 9-r., all modern, 330.
1470 8. 16th St., part modern, 312.
RASP BROS., Phone Douglas 1653.
6-ROOM and reception hall, nearly new.
Completely mod. 3122 Cass. Tel. B. 353W.
STRICTLY high-grade, 5-room, modern
steam heated apartment In West Far
nam street, with Janitor service.
JOHN W. ROBB1NS. 1803 FARNAM ST.
SIX all outside rooms apartment; hot
water heat supplied. S17 Pino St.; near
Browncll Hall. Douglas 2040.
4-ROOM modern apartment
2Sth St. Phone Harney 4141.
IE -nm Mn, n ...an, h.,1 A
. . It U - IIIUU. (1 ..... I CMtf, . ' V
blocks west of high school. Harney 435.
3009 AND 3011 HARNEY ST.
Steam-heated apartments of 4 rooms
each; every Improvement, with Bos ranges
in kitchen and Janitor service; to only
small families; 325 and $35 each.
THOS. W. HAZEN,
Phone Douglas 1300. 207-8 McCague Bldg.
618 S. 26TH AVe.
All modern, press brick flat, 9 large
rooms; good location for rooming house.
909 N. 17TH ST.
All modern brick apartment, 6 rooms,
heat and water furnished. Rent $38.
Phone Douglas 1653. 106 McCague Bldg.
DOWN TOWN HEATED APARTMENT.
$45.00 7-r.. 619 So, 16th St., strictly mod
ern, tine repair.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Phono D. 756. 903 City Nat Bank Bld.
Board ana Rooms. '
BHRINER Elegantly rum! shed rooms;
excell't board; STEAM HEAT; hot water.
Rates reasonable. 324 S. 26th St. H. 6137.
FURNISHED ROOM-Room with pri
vate family; good location, near Farnam
car line. Tel. H. 3903.
BEAUTIFUL suite, well heated and
lighted; cooking gas and private family.
Rent reasonable. Farnam line, walking
distance. 209 So. 25th St
FOR RENT 6-room, modern house, 1617
Ohio St., $2&
Hotels and Apartments.
DODGE HOTEL Modern: reasonable.
5-ROOM beautifully furnished bunga
low. Phone Harney 4444.
Houses and Cotiages.
MAGGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO.
packs, moves, stores and ships household
coeds and pianos. Douglas 1496.
FIVE-BOOM cottage, modern except
brat: 211S Jones, i-lioue ncumci
tt.,,,, In all parts of the city.
HOUSe3 crelgh Sons & Co.. Bee Bldg.
1516 HALL AVE.-7-r., modern; $30.
6109 Underwood Ave.. Dundee;, 8-r.; $C0.
Tiina V. HALL. 433 Ramge Bldg.-D. 7406.
l-v.Ti t , wT T Tw ii . t n r v framo dwelling.
on Cass, near 26th; modern. Crelgh ton
university. Douglas 2330.
A COMPLETE LIST of vacant houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent
ThU list compiled dally. You will be
furnished a list free of charge by calling
Douglas 4163. Omaha Van & Storage Co.,
?04 s. istn at.
ttKisie Tturca: city wator. gas. D. 4512.
Storage and Van
Hn. floods stored.
shipped. 16th and Jackson Sts. Doug. 1516.
6 ROOMS, all modern, newly decorated
throughout 2617 North 20th St Webster
Jp T?nol Exp. Co., furniture moving.
. Kj. IteCU Two meni jt hour u. 6146.
CENTRAL, all mod., 7-r. house; warm
In winter, cool In summer. 220 , N. 23d.
$20 Brand new 5-room cottage; modern
except heat; oak finish In parlor and
dining room, east front lot; N. E.
corner 18th and Ohio. Handy to Lake
school and Sherman Ave. car.
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Douglas 1009. 307 McCague Bldg.
MAGGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO.
packs, moves, stores and ships household
goods and pianos. Douglas 1496.
HALF MONTH'S RENT FREE.
114 a 29th St, 8-r-, all modern, $25.
2917 Castellar St. 5-r., all modern. $14.
2223 ,ocust St, 7-r., all modern, $25,
2014 Bancroft St, 6-r.. mod- but heat, $13.
1470 S. 16th. 4-r., part modern. $12.
RASP BROS.. Phone Douglas 1653.
2321 Dewey Ave., 5-r.. mod. flat. $32.50.
25G5 Pratt 7-r., mod., $30.
3S09 N. ISth. 6-r.. mod., $25.
Bcmts-Carlberg Co., 310-12 Brandels
NEAR 40TH AND CUMING.
One block cars, east front, 8-room.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
101$ Omaha National. Douglas 2715.
Stores and Offices.
One-half of a large, well lighted ground
floor otrico in Bee Bldg. 216 So. 17th St
1811 FARNAM ST., 3,000 square feet;
1S09U Farnam St. 1.800 square feet: 1S07-
1800-im Farnnm St (basement). 8.000
square feet, both Farnam street and alley
entrances; abundant light, tteam heat.
THOS. F. HALL. 433 Ramge Bldg. D. 7406.
FOR RENT The office ou ground floor
ot The Bee building occupied by the
Havens-White Coal company. Frontage
on Farnam St.. and occupying about 1.500
square feet witn extra entrance on tne
court of the building. Large vault Fine
office fixtures for sale. Apply N. P.
Fell, Be office.
1(07 DAVENPORT, 11x20. Harney 6961
OFFERED FOR RENT
Stores nnil Offices.
1813 HARNEY Teddy Bear Cleanlr.B
Co.'s old storeroom. Doug. 544S.
Burn tur heal.
Barn, suitable for ten earn. 2226 Howard.
OFFERED FOR SALE.
Typewriters sold, rentoO, tepalrcd. Cen
tral Typewriter Exchange. 307 8. 17th St.
RENT Remingtons, Monarclis and Smith
Premiers ot their makers. Tho Remington
Typewriter Co. Telephone Douglas 1S24.
Rental credited If you purchase, and only
very newest and highest grado muchlncs
sent out. Rates, three months for 35 for
understroko machines, or 33 per month for
latest model visible writers.
TYPEWRITERS sold and rented every
where. L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
Company, 1819 Farnam St., Omaha, Neo.
RTP.rtEOTYPE matrices make tho best
and cheapest lining tor poultry houses.
They are 17x23 Inches, stronger and more
durable than tarred felt and practically
fireproof. 75c a hundred at The Bee
con KALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables und
bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; tasy payments. The
Brunswlcke-Balkc-Collender Co., 407-409 8.
prm SALE! at a discount a full, un
limited scholarship In Boyles Business
rollege, Omaha; good for either short
hand or Business course, itppiy at ins
offlon of Omaha Bee.
Ci Hi) Buys Best Coal tor the money; try
ipd.uu IU Web m Harmon Xe WeoUi.
SAFES Overstocked, second-hand, all
makes. J. J. Deright Safe Co.. 1212 Farnam.
FOR SALE If sold soon, a comDlete
set of forming equipments, horses and
cattle and leas of place to run four
years. For particulars address Y 404,
FOR SALE The Grand Island National
bank fixtures. Extreme low price. Suited
for a country bank. Writo for particulars
to Grand Island National Bank, Grand
FOR SALE cheaD a few old wagons.
wagon wheels, etc. Inquire at Alamlto
Dairy, C09 So. 15th St
FOR SALE Fire-proof safe. Jacobson
& Furen. 2401 N St., South Omaha.
FOR SALE 20 tanks of heavy oak. ca
pacity 40 barrels each. Ideal for watering
stock It sawed In half. Suitable for cider,
vinegar or wine or other liquids that
require high-class tignt cooperage, uooa
condition. Price 315 each. Orlgtnal cost
$75. The Royal Brewing Company, Kan
sas City, Mo.'
BEAUTIFUL $400 piano, used short
time; sell for $165; must be seen to bo
appreciated. 1053 Park avenue.
RARE offer on genuine Hossmann
piano. Coat new $350. It is now In stor
age nnd will sell for $S7.50. Mahogany
finish, plain case. Phono quick, Red 6351.
THE Salvation Army Industrial homo
solicits your old clothing, furniture, mag
azines. We collect We distribute. Phone
Douglas 4135 and our wagon will call.
Call and inspect tho new home, 1110-1112.
1114 Dodge St.
YOUNG women coming to Omaha at
strangers are invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
nt 17th and St Mary's Ave., whore they
will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look tor
our travelers' aid at the Union Station.
MASSAGE Miss Walton, room 224 Ne
ville block, 16th & Harney. Phone D. 4297.
WONDERFUL treatment for rheuma
tism; Pryor's mineral mud ant salt
steam baths; lady attendant for ladies.
510 So. 22d St Phone Tyler 1907.
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Bcxten Pharmacy. 12th and Dodge.
Af A SS A H TT! Swedish movement 418
iYUVOOii-Ulj 3ce nidg. Douglas 6372.
MASSAGE, 109 S. 17th St. Mrs. Steele.
Massage, Miss Hallnran. 223 Neville blk.
LAURA WILSON, bath, mass. D. 8751.
ELECTRIC passage bath. 214
MISS FISHER, mass., clec. treat D. 43S0.
Etec mass., bath. 214 Balrd Bldg. 17 & D.
MASSAGE--Mlss Walton, room 224 No
vlllo block, 16th & Iiarncy. Phone D. 4297.
Turkish bath. mass.Davldge blk. D 6895.
MAGNETIC Trt. 1S29 Vinton. D. C026.
Cash for Diamonds. S. F., 350 Om. Nat
MRS. SNYDER. Electrlo Trt D. 43S0.
DIt SEYBERT of Council Bluffs, la.,
wants to see Joe Kreber.
PRIOR'S AlUD BATH6; salt and mus
tard, steamed; positive euro for rheu
matism; 20 years' experience in Hot
Springs, Ark. Lady attendant for ladles.
610 So. 22d St. Phone Tyier 1907.
POULTRY AND SUPPLIES.
White Wyandotte cfgs. Tel. Florence 389.
"25 SINGLE-COMB Brown Leghorn
cockerels; scores from 90 to 93V4, $2 each;
100 unscorcd ones, $1 each. Hawkeye View
farm, Selma, Van Buren county, Iowa.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract
office in Nebraska. 206 Brandels theater.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Tako Advantage- of the New
Street Car Extension as An
nounced by tho Street
Eli'.htv beautiful lots near the L St. ex
tension, nrlces ranclnir from $100 to $3A
on terms of $1 down and $1 a week, A
liberal discount for catli.
Several beautiful building lots in tne
northern part of Oniuha. 11.00 down and
$1.00 pot month.
II. H. HARrEB.
1013-1011 City Nafl Bank Bldg. Doug. 2590.
5Sxl36 ft . west front, on J3d St., Just
north of Farnam; only vacant lots be
tween Farnam and Dodge, In the fine
rcsldental section; might divide. For
price and terms apply to
George & Company
903-12 City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 75f.
CIT' PROPERTY FOR SALS.
One Day More
LARGE BOOK OF BUNGALOWS
AND DWELLING HOUSE PLANS
On account ot numerous requests for
our dwelling house plan book from parties
who wero unable to call last Monday we
will glvo away this-50c book freo all day
Saturday,. January 31 to those calling at
17th and Douglas Sts.
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT, FIRST SEE
JOHN W. BOBBINS. 1802 FARNAM BT.
HOUSE AND FURNITURE GO
A large 13-room house, arranged for
three families, completely furnished, down
to every little detail. Always rented for
$37.60 per month. Only block, from Har
ney car. Large lot on paved street. Here
Is certainly your opportunity. Price only
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Douglas 1781. Ware Block.
BIG bargain and easy terms buying
property; 22 rooms, with furniture. 1S15
FARM it RANt11 UAOiUS FOR SALE
FARM FOR SALE A snap, 1,642 acres
In the famous Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
Canada, district, In high state of culti
vation. Good buildings, horse and cattle
stables, granaries, implement sheds; 2
houses, etc.; 7 miles fencing, telephones.
Heavy clay loam with ciay subsoil. Sev
eral thousand trees planted, up to 30 feet;
2Vi miles -from railroad at Tuxford, flour
ishing village: 4 elevators; 16 miles from
Moose Jaw. One milo frontage on Buf
falo lake; $45 per acre. Owner retiring
from farming. G. S. Tuxford, Box Mil,
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada.
2S0-ACRE farm 35 miles from Minneapo
lis, lhi miles from a good railroad town;
part under cultivation, balance meadow
and pasture land; good soil; good eight
room house, worth $3,000; barn, granary,
corn cribs, cattlo sheds, machine sheds,
etc.; 14 cows, 20 head of steers and heif
ers, three horses, hogs, chickens, com
plete sut ot farm machinery, buggies,
wagons, sleds, 50 tons of hay, 1,200 bas
kets of corn, 150 bushels mixed grain,
175 bushels potatoes, In fact everything
on tho farm goes, except the furniture;
price $12,000; one-half cash.
1028 Plymouth Bldg. Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR SALE 210 acres In Clay county,
Minnesota, five miles from Barnesvllle;
all under cultivation; good soil, good
buildings; $) per acre. Write A. M.
Baker, Barnesvllle, Minn.
LARGE Iowa fami for rent: an A No.
1 1,200-acre farm with good improvements;
700 acres under cultivation; balance pas.
ture and meadow. 'Will rent for cash or
on share to proper 'parties,
O. A. OLSON LAND & LOAN CO
FOREST CITY, IA.
FARMS FOR SALE $3 down, $5 monthly
buys 40 acres good timber land, near
town; Texas county, Mo.: price $200; per
fect title. J. B. Jarrell. Mt Vernon. III.
1,200 ACRES, rich black loam soli, best
corn land In the country, $10, worth $V0,
close estato; wilt pay Investigation. G.
P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago Bt.
P60 acres land for sale by owner. Well
suited for grazing nnd light farming.
Good five-room house, stablo and stock
sheds, good well, excellent water, milk
house, garage, all buildings In good re
pair. All fenced nnd cross-fenced. 00
acres under cultivation, 10 acres In al
falfa and sweet clover. More good farm
land to be broken. 7 miles from B. & M.
R. It station. Located about 16 miles
from North Platto and on good auto
rood, 1 mile from school. Good forest
trees around houta and good telephone
line. located In Lincoln Co. Price. $10
per acre. Live stock nnd Implements at
mercantile value. Address, E. Kunkel,
North Flaltc.. Neb.
A SNAP Good 180-acre stock farm
must be sold at once. For particulars
write Peter Ide. Mlnersvllle. Neb.
Best dairy and general crop state In
the union. Settlers wanted. Lands for
salo at low prices, on easy terms. Ask
for booklet, 31 on Wisconsin Central Land
Grant State acres wanted. Write about
our grazing lands If Interested In fruit
lands ask tor booklet on apple orchards
In Wisconsin. Address Land Dept. Soo
Line Ry. .Minneapolis. Minn.
OFFICIAL publications concerning soli,
climate and crops of Wisconsin mailed
tree to those addressing Wisconsin Su.ta
Board or Immigration, Capitol 1U0O, Madl
SIXTEEN hundred-acre well Improved
cattle ranch on railroad, two miles from
town, capable of cutting 3.WXJ tons ot hay,
finest of water tights, outside range for
stock; will sell for less than the water
rights alone are worth In order to settle
an estate; lt you are interested come at
once: easy terms.
M. B. McKlLLIP. Saratoga. Wyo.
ALFALFA seed, $6. Farms for sale
and rent J. Mulhall. Sioux City, la.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm and Ranch Lands.
FARM FOR RENT 160 acres level land,
well Improved, good rich soil. Inquire
Robert Mlntor, Council Bluffs, la., R. F,
D. No, t Phone L-2330.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
ROL CITY LOANS. BemU-Carlberg Co"
u 310-312 Brandels Theater Building.
WANTED CUy loans. Peters Trust Co.
GARVIN BBOafeSJg. ; Sfe
CITY property. Large, loans a specialty.
W. IL Thomas. 228 State Bank Bldg.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city
property In any amounts.
H. W BINDER.
City National Bank Bldg.
HARRISON & MORTON, $16 Om. Not?