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TJIE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914.
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Want mis received nt any time, but
to insure proper classification must
lio presented boforo J 2 o'clock noon
for tlio evening edition nnd 7:30 p.
in. for the morning nnd Stintlny edi
tions. "Want ads received nftcr such
hours will linvc their first insertion
under the bending, "Too Lnto to
CASH RATE FOR WANT ADS
One in&crtion, III cents per line.
Two or more consecutive, inser
tions, 0 cents per line.
Olio lino per month, $1.80.
Twenty cent a minimum charge.
Advertisements charged to patrons
having nccotintft nre measured by the.
line, not by the word.
Six words to tbo lino,
Ono insertion, 1U cento per lino.
Two or moro consecutivo lnscr
lions, n cents per Una.
Ono lino per month, $1.80.
Twenty cents a minimum charge.
NOTE The Ileo will not bo ro
upoHslblo for more- than ono wrong
Insertion duo to typographical error.
N Claims for error ennnnt bo allowed
ailcr tho tentli of tbo following
month, An advertisement Inserted
to bo run until forbidden must be
stopped by written order. Verbal or
telephone cancellation ennnot bo accepted.
DKATII8 AND FUNERAL NOTICES
CiOnDOiV Clara Amy, aged 48 years, Feb
Funeral from family residence, "Pi
North Seventeenth stroet, Thursday nt
'i p. m., to St. Barnabas' church, Nine
teenth and California. Interment Forest
ItAnSON-Mrs. Wllhclnilnn V., aded 78
years 3 months 14 days, beloved wlfo of
Agnes Larson. February 1. 1814. .
Funeral service Wednesday aftcftnoon
nt 3 o'clock from family residency u:t
North.. Twenty-ninth street. .Friends In
vited. Interment. Arlington, Neb.
IAHD OK THANKS.
Wo desire 16 thank our friends for tholr
many and beautiful floral tributes and
for their1 many kindnesses during the Ill
ness and death of our lute husband and
.father. Mrs. 'John Kcnnclly and Family.
V .. ' ;
Dlrths Lowla nnd Or Hans. . 2001
DIondo, girl; IS. II. and Mary Chamber
lain, iffi South JTwcnty-flfth, boy; M. W.
and Mlnnto . Haley. 31U Hoiah Seventh,
girl; E. and C, Moron. 4017 North Twenty-sixth
avenue, hoy; A. L. and Leila
Hoymour, 1910 HoutU Twenty-eighth av
enue, boy; Lee and Ksther Spry, 2W7
outh Twenty-first, boy; John nnd Anna
Trnynor. 807 North Forty-ninth, boy;
Louis and Lucy Van Dollcn. 3109 South
Thirteenth, girls C. A. and Helen Whit
nker, hospital, boy,
Deaths Mrs. Dell ISondln. to years,
hospital; Maria Oldlerlch, W years, 4U:
Uavenport; W. Cuming, 33 years, hos
Dltali James Mulr. &2 years. Twenty-
fourth and Pratt; Ilcrnfce Madsen, Ij
year, via -amacn uvcnuo, ucursu v.
Naile, 73 years, 555 South Twenty-fifth
avenue; Jda Patterson, 35 years, hospital;
Adclo ltocho, 71 yenrs, 1733 Dodge; Jano
Smith, 45 years, 1314 Locust; John Thur
Bton. S days, a8 North Klghteenth.
Tcrmlts to wed have been granted the
Name and Address, Age.
Thomas F. Snellecy, Platto Center 21
Klliabeth MeMunus, South Omuha 31
A. O. McKluney. Hsthervllle, Ia,,t...,. 41
DIattIa Crouch, Los Angeles , 33
Joe F. Zezulak. Omaha 21
Frances Shea, Florence,.,, , u. IS
'William II. West. Shubert 62
Caroline King, KImo, Mo., ,.. 57
Frank Hart. South Omaha 21
Mario Goodcn, tfouth Omaha.,,., 18
Carl F. Prey, Missouri Valley, la 3
Theresa .F, Dillon, Omaha ii
Kklld Ksklldsen, Omaha 35
Mario Nelsen, Omaha ss
Gustaf L. Wlatedt, Crnlg 21
Augusta Swanson, Craig 19
Christian U Jorgensen. Omaha St
Clara McConncll. Omaha .....2t
Hdward W. Lewis, Vulley 28
Lucy Starks, Kansas City 21
Klrschbaum & Sons. Inc., 1309 Howard,
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Asent ana Saleswomen.
WANTED Kirst-cluss, experienced
saleswpmen for perfume ond drug sec
tions. Apply nt once. Superintendent
Clerical and Office.
STENOGRAPH Bit. 109; stenographer.
SO. , of f jco clerk, WO; experienced cigar
clerk. $40; I. a x. operator and typist,
33; stenographer. law, 130; stenographer.
Wet lteference and Hond Ass'n..
73 Omaha Nat'l Hank UlCg.
Housekeepers nnd Dotitrnllcs.
TUB SERVANT GIIIL PRODLEM
SOLVED The Bee Will run a Servant
Girl Wanted Ad FREE until you gel tho
desired results. This applies to residents
of Omaha. South Omaha and Council
Hluffs. Bring ad to The Bee office or
lciepnone -lyier luw,
UOnn nrtftlr nn un V. I n.v ,
required. Mrs. Joseph Barker, 1005 ft
Sth St D. 3200.
A GOOD girl for general housework;
must be a good cook; none others than
experienced need apply. No laundry
work, Harney 8753.
WANTED Girl for general housework,
TL II. 4423.
"WANTBD Competent white girl for
general housework. No washing; good
vsts. Call Harney
"WANTED-Whlt female cook for meat
and pastry in country hotel. Reference.
j.uici iimo, cuerson, ia.
v,orkAl)P,'r Dodge St or call liar-
WANTEI-Glrl for general housework;
apply at on, good wages; 10) a S6th St
"WA NTKIITVuil: Itnr .,,..11 1,1
n. jmmr. iiiKuoni, ia.
h" uuunr. an iiarney shjb.
U'AKT fT r'n..,n... ... - I.I .
housework ; good references. 6120 Izard Hi
KELP WANTED FEMALE.
Housekeeper nnd Domestics,
WANTEDGIrl to assist with house
work nnd help take care oC baby. 2011
WOMBN Get government lobs; big
pay; Omaha examinations April I; snm
plo questions free. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 634 K, Rochester. N. Y,
WANTED Lady for vaudeville act.
Must have Rood singing voice and ap
pearance Mr. Hudson, Millard hotel
YOUNG women coming to Omnhn nil
strangers are Invited to visit tho Young
Women's Christian association building
at St. Mary's Ave. nnd 17th fit . wheru
they will he directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers' guldo at the Union station.
HELP WANTEI, MALE.
Agents, Salesmen nml Solicitors.
AGENTS Snappiest household lino on
earth; redhot sellers; steady repeaters;
over ICO different urll'lc; goods guaran
teed; 100 per cent profit; write quick;
hurry 12. M. Fcltman, Hales Mgr.. WAS
Sycamore St., Cincinnati. O.g
SMJ profit on II; 14.26 clear on 35 sales;
fastest grocery seller; free outfit offer;
expeuso allowance; now plan; act quickly.
Globe Association, 314, Chicago.
WANTED 3 experienced solicitors for
road. Apply nl once. S33 Drandels
AGENTS Do. not accept any offer until
you havo ourc. Wrltu for freo samplo
and catalog of whirlwind sellers. Peter
sen Home Needs Co., C1C South 7th St.,
SALESMEN. Kemper. 70 lirand. Bldg.
Factory- anil 'Irndes.
GET Into the mos-4 profitable business
of today, thu automobile business, and
becomo independent. Our large, well.
equlpp3d shops offer the opportunities of
learning tho business by actual oxpcri
enco on different mukes of cars, Our
terms aro moderate. Write or cull. Na
tlonnt Auto Training association, iSlt N.
?0th Kt.. Omaha. Neb. Tel. Webster MU
WANTBD Ulo maker to make dies for
cutting presses In paper box factory; glvo
references, salary expected, etc, BU Jo
soph Hox Co., Ht. Joseph, Mo,
CALVAIIY MISSION FIlUK HMI'LOV
MICN'T bureau Is prepared to supply
skilled or unskilled labor of all kinds.
Office, Jacobs Hail, 171V Dodge street.
Telephone Tyler l'J711 after 4 p. in., Web
MHN WANTKD who want to better
their conditions. You can toko up work
that the lob seeks you. Good barbers al
ways In demand. Wo make good barbers
quickly. Wo tun mako ono of you. Call
or write. Moler Barber college. 110 8.
We Have a Position
Waiting for You as
a R. R. Telegrapher
Our school Is tho official training school
for telegraphers for the Union Pacific It.
It. and Illinois Central It. It.
116th those railroad companies abso
lutely guarantee to glvo permanent posi
tions to nil our graduates.
Every railroad centering In Omaha cm
ploys our graduate),,
$52.00 to 150 per month covers tho
range of salaries of railwny telegraphers
nnd stntlon agents all over the west.
We will secure ypu n place to work
for your board whlld attending, and freo
transportation to your Post when lour
coursu Is completed.
i union tee very low.
Send for catalogue at once, mentioning
Doyles Build Inn;, Omahn. Neb.
Drug store snaps; jobs. Knelst, Deo llldg.
YOUNG MEN. you should leurn the
automobile business and learn It RIGHT.
Earn more monpy tnon you ever did-be-fore.
Wo havo both a day and a, night
class, so you havo no rcuson for delay.
Come in NOW.
NEURAS1CA AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL,
Hie uouge Kt.
WANTED Railwny mall clerks, post
office clerks, letter carriers everywhere,
account Parcel Post. Young men and
won.en. I'artlculars-'frco. American In
stltute. Dent- 100, Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED A young man of clean
habits, not over 21 years old, who has
had experience driving a delivery wagon
In Omuha; grocery experience preferred.
Cull at V. M. C. A. Tuesday noou, Fob
niary 17, and call for K Prya":
MEN for organisation work among re
tail merchants; reference as to character
and Integrity necessary. Address I'. 8.
Honcsteel. 245 a 15th St. Lincoln. Neb.
MEN with patentable ideas writo Uan
dolph & Co., Washington. D. C.
RAILWAY mall clerks wanted. Com
mence 173 month. Omaha examinations
soon. Sample questions free. Franklin
'nstltute. Dept. 223 K. Rochester. N. Y,
AUTOMOBILE chauffeurs net S week
and over; many spring openings; sample
Instructions free. Franklin Institute.
Dept. S0S1C. Rochester. N. Y.
LEARN bookkeeping In 20 lessons by
mall. 1'rants Accounting Inst.. Toledo, O.
MEN, age IS to 35. become railway mall
clerks; 7& month; pull unnecessary; par
ticulars free. Address Y 42t care Bee.
MAl.H AND FEMALE.
OU can earn 1100 monthly writing for
newspapers. Experience unnecessary.
Particulars for stamp. Empire Syndicate,
1651, Atlanta, Go,
GIRL wishes position in office; can
operate typewriter; understands short
hand; small wages to start on. Call II.
IIS S. 20th St
COLORED girl wants .work as chum-
uerwaiu. uvj a. ma at. jieu STll.
KXPHllIKNiflCn rllv ..t..m.i. .-.i
collector, bookkecicr, wants position;
good reference Web. 271
WANTED-Posltlon as meat cutter;
city preferred. Address C 110. care Bee.
WANTED-Posltlon as clerk in general
store or groceries. Years of experience
ond can give best of references. Out of
y. J"" prgicrreu. it. t. r., nil UOOgo nl.
.VHAT rnlrr.H sri fl wnnl. ruialtlr..,
11UNPLE un.l famllv washlntr. W.h
WANTED Position as Chambermaid.
Phone Red t077.
YOUNtt man attending Hoyles collego
winui yyoti. tor uoara. u. ims.
LADY wants day work. Call Doug. 4153.
Practical nurse; does housework. DC04.
"ANY kind of day "work ;Webstcr" 7460. "
BUNDLE washlrSTlronlng. Uar. 6548.
A. B. C. of Omaha
AHDOMINAL supporters for men,
wbmcn and children. A new Idea,
mado to measure. Mnlo attendant,
i to C ddily. Ilolen Mfg. Co , 301-300 Hos
tori Hto V HIdg. D. 2537.
BKL?i URUG CO. New location, 1310
Firnam. Everything new. Old
phone Douglas 2CI3. Come, call or
write. Rubber goods.
ERR Abstract Co.. 305 S. 17th Ht.
letter bo safe than sorry. Have
ierr uo your line work
OMAHA Pillow Co.. 1721 Curalng.
Doug 2407. Henovates fenthere and
mattresses of nil klndr, mnkes
feather mattresses. Call or write for prices.
ACTUM CLEANERS, every type.
Monarch, Jr.. Electric, special J19.75.
r-Himary rcrvirp UO. Tel. I). IWM.
W rent, repair, sell needles and parts
for all sowing machines. Nebraska
Cycle Co, "Mlekcls." Hth and
Harney sta. Douglas 1062.
$y,000 TO. PENSION
Your order to tli L. H. Journal II M
Sf. Pfr0Ht' W?;.or Countr7flGentle:
man. 1.60. contributes 60 cents each
towards a fund of W.000 for tho Invahds
Pension Ass'n. JIust have 223 subscrlr.
on.J ,n lrur"r. Vour renewals count.
Mai,?.r?no.l)uF- ea. Omaha. u
ihk MAGAZINE MAN.
GET a lucky WEDDING KINO ti-nZ
SWDBUAAIlb-S AT tho SIGN oA
mPnif.v!"' tno aLDEN STAinl; 16th
Wedding announcements. Dauc. Pte. r-n
D. 3. Griffith, wig mfr., 12 Kramer Ulk.
vnT .... . . i
mv ,;if. i ", V"r 0I"" contracted by
!VT. VJ?' JV,r8' KJw"rd I'. Lynch, from
this Uato on. EDWARD F. LYNCH.
il.mia..J,lm ch..llthand Doug. Mo
"on picture machine nnd film bargains.
aSr fe!5ilt'0,r,l,,ny inagneto ne can't re
pair. t.oll repairing llaysdorfer. 210 N. 14.
..mi i . H K J". HLKH.. INC.
ing. Mncnir,e work our specialty. Trv
at our new location. 2026 Parnam. D. S3Sii
Wll m ft t n si imuilnifo f ' T ' .
body building and pnlntlnt. Highest
aVa'lt!fc 'I?' Wm. PfeltfeT Carrlagi
Wks. D. W22. 2lth AVe. and Iavcworth
RADIATOItH Teoalred. 2020 Farnam St
DOWN-TOWN Ourago. 1418 HowqrdSt7
TIAItnAINil Itl nil . l
MAN. 2703 tiuvnwnrfl. u
Worn...-. t.-T. v -..
MICKEL'S NEBILVHlfA CYCLE CO.,
15TH AND HARNEY.
thn to ..ntentT' 'pVo'tecl
'"J onng you wealth.
iXrlp,0v 5e??'.,, '"venUona" nnd "How
iinn7iVini. 5. ""","- ""u lour ioney."
wVsffinn!,0?:' ra,c"t attorneys,
In hu.n K?: ,1 u'J.r ni garage
Ett?.?"eu n.K.' ,5!?t VroposluSi.
"wrcw x izs, caro Bee,
TO omrir r.v ..n ,.r.T.. ...... :
it V, . ' "ul uubiiicbs or real
rnu jvenneoecK Co.. Omaha
TO flRT In ni- n. i I ' ..
HAVriVuiii n . w uusnicaa, call on
QANG1.HTAD. 4M ee nidg. Tel. D 3477
mu&'V'' wanted. Frledl"
w.. ,,,, i,k. mag., umnhn.
(IN I .V hum... ul,nn ,.. . . .
TSdV - nV-K.rchfcc'fVMM
.. .uu i io reiiaiiio party .on favor
n,Vi?tcr.Ta.i?u rSli complete equip-
........ ..uivi puiuuni,
"FOR HAl.l,'l.l',. i
lor. in 17. ;.A.:.'.i",.il ."L"B?aBe .lr-
, ' - -.v.. vuru une,
HoohiIiiii llou.,,a tor' Heat. '
nlur0,nSii;"n,-ria,n' 0 ,ooms. fur.
nituro nearly now; rcusons. n bot nee.
A. A. A7TAL CO.
H- JlBMlKVA USBn. Pres.
raxton-Mltchcll Co. 27th nnd Martha Sts.
J. C. Ladrence. D. C, 2323 Howard. D. 84S1.
W. E. Purvlance. P.O.. 409 Fax', uik. p.'oia
Dr. A. F. SNYDER, 1518 S. lg. p. 8452?
Crenuterlet, Dnlrlrs nml Nuppllea.
DAVID COLE CREAMERY COMPANY.
nillMl nnlnl ....-11 . .
f....u.. vFuvsiuQ iirinn none.
Mrs. F. C. Haynes. 1625 a 25th St. D. 4030
, vninn, waier
color painting. 60S Bran. The. Firing done.
I Ira ftx f rr-l lnut....i ....
FULL dress suits"; purty dresses for sale
K?n,ti?pein. ev,en,n.- Jon Peldman.
... ...... wuuitiaa o I
lllHtnrl.'ol n,..nii.Mri. - .
at Theo. Lleben & Sons. 1514 Howard St
KverythliiK for Women,
Plumes made over, cleaned, dyad, curled.
- ---- w , Hfturuit,
bcih. iues. iimn Mcnooi
soc. bat. beginning class Mon.. Thur. prlv.
class. Private lessons tUUy. H. Kg.
COLE & PRAIRIE Pork School. W. 86aT
Miss Sturdy. Tel. Doug. 73H, SjgSo. 24th.
Dressmaking. 170? DaveniKrt. D. S591. '
CHILDHEN'S Ureases. 113 8. 24th. P. W
PLAINTemng to do nt home. lyler 1160.
EXPERIENCED. 1913 Webster. RTgBT
FI R8T-C LAB3. 2117 Dodge St. Red 73M.
Terry Dressmak'g college. 20th & Farnam.
JAMES ALLAN. 311 Neville WW. Evi-
uciico stcureu in an cases. Tyler 113ft
Omnt.it. HrTt KupvIm T., , I ... . "
bonded. P. 131. 437-211 Paxton block.
UPHOLSTERINO. piano, furniture re
pair work, sot Farnam. Phone Hnr. 41SJ,
A. DONAGHUE. 1622 Harney. Dqug. 1001.
II ESS & HWOBODA. 1418 Furnum St
K HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. D. 1258.
BATH'S florists, Boyd Theater Bldg.
MME. STEVENSON. 210 Balrd Building.
IIAPDWOOD floors old floors refill
Ished, T. a. Holt, 812 Park Ave. II. CD0S.
CURTAINS laundered, guaj-. D. SI3.
l'lilnllnur nnd Drrtr"lliiK.
HUNNEL P'tlng Sl papcrhang. II. 451.
H. A. Kturgcs. C30 Drandels Th(m. HIdg.
D. O. Darnell. I'axton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
DOUGLAS Printing Co. Tel. Doug. 611.
WATERS-BARNHART Ptg. Co., qunl
Ity printing. Tel. Doug. 2190. 621 8. 13th.
PLUMHINO and heating. Fischer
Connull, 1818 William St Douglas 6727.
Stores nnd Office Fixtures.
Desks, sates, scales, showcases, shelv
ing, etc. Wo buy, we sell. Omaha Fixture
and Supply Co., 414-16.18 S. 12th. IJ. 2724.
Practical nurse, 18 -yrs' exp.,ref. D. f)200.
Sheet Metal Works.
CARTER Sheet Metal works. HQ S. 10th.
W. II. Rosenbaum 202 Boston Store' Bldg.
titoves, Furnaces nml Jlrpulrs.
NEW furnaces. Marvel. Excelsior nml
Douglas; Hero school room heaters; Em
press and Sultan steam and hot Water
boilers, thermostats, tank heaters and
urbestos covering. OMAHA STOVE HE
PAIR WORKS, 1206-8 Douglas. Tyler 20.
Trunks nml Sullcnses.
Tim-Miff: ..mnln nnu... n.i -II
goods made to order. Alfred Cornish &
FUELING & STEINLE, 1803 Farnam St.
Wines ii ml Liquors.
WTr.TyiWT Unrlnin l.n.n llmmr.
saiidwiclicH. Alex Jetei. 201 -.1 tj. 13th St.'
TCIKnT.INn mnnd l.nlnM Ins.. XT-.
Unsurpassed classes In all business and
English branches, shorthand, stcnotypy
and typewriting. Students admitted nt
any time. Graduates guaranteed good
positions. Places nrovldcu fur vntinir nun.
pie to work for board. For a new freo
catalogue address Moshcr-Lampman Col
lege. iii rarnam mi., umnlia, isob
THE MIDWINTER TERM OF
IS NOW OPEN In both tho day and
night schools In Omaha nnd Council
Bluffs, yet It Is not too late to enter.
Begin now nnd receive that mental train
ing that will doublo your earning ca
pacity. "I will absolutely guurantee
a good position tor every
graduate of the Business
and Shorthand or Telegrn- i
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.
II. B. BOYLES."
f?ftmnl At A cAltaikts 1 n TlllaUtnda Tlnnli
-wwtsseavnv w u u v l 1 1 uuoillVOD, llUUn"
Keeping:, Stenography. Stcnotypy, Telcg-
The catalogue Ib ready. Call, writo or
lllinnn fnt It Iltvlnn fnllAirA Ifith
Harney Sts.. Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE at a discount, u full, un
limited scholarship In Boyles Business
college, Omaha; gool for either short
hand or business courses. Apply at tho
office of Omaha Bee.
14VK STOCK FOR SALE.
Worses ntui Vehicles.
ALMOST new Jonnson-nanforth lum
ber wagon, 4.000-lb. springs with extra pair
shattH, coHt 8103; also heavy set of har
ness to match. Price very reasonable.
Phone Doug. 2009, Geo. Zldell, 617 N. 16th
OMAHA HAY AND COAL MARKET
have 2 aood vounc mares well matched.
2,600 pounds; pair good black horses, 2,700;
maicnea; wouici mane good country
hearse team; also 6 other horses and
mares from 1,000 to 1,400; also gentle pony
for children. See these before you buy,
OMAHA HAY AND COAL CO., 1613 Dav
HAY. 85.50 Per ton. Wagner. SOI N. 16th.
HORSE for snle. weight 1,500. smooth
mouth and chunky. A. Cohn, 823 S. 20th
Ht. Poug. 59S3.
LOST AND FOUND
Fl'GO LllIICQ Dlvllest Omaha muga--mmm
ino; ull news stands. 10c
LOST On Furnam cor. February 2, 12
pieces of Jewelry valued as kcepsukc.
Liberal reward It returned to Bee office.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons having lost some article would
do well to call up the office of the Omaha
& Council Bluffs Street Railway com
pany to ascertain whether they left it In
the street cars.
Many articles each day are turned In
and the company Is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owner. Call Poug.
LOST Some where 3Mh St south of Jones,
child's fur neok piece; white ermine. Sun
day. Reward. C. S. Elgutter. 3709 Jones.
I-. v . . . v , u , .villa.?, bi
Annntha flit hrln.ltn u-lilta .l.lnn .... f.u
flirnss collar; answers to name Snuka. Ito-
Itllrn in irj",t a fttl, U ,-Ky. t...
LOST Largo pair of nose glasses on
West Farnam St Please return to Joint
T. Yates. C03 W. O. W. Bldg.
1VPY'S watch lost on 10th beTveen
13th on Capital Ave. or on 13th and.
Davenport to lllh. Finder will reeelva
reward It watch Is returned to 91L Cap.
Ital Ave. "
PILES1000 J""'"1 Kor y cnse of
-1 LUX-, PILES that PR. MAXWELL
cannot cure. No pain no detention from
business. Pay when cured. Hundreds of
the most prominent people In Omaha and
from all parts of the United States have
been cured by Pr. Maxwell during his
twenty-elsht years in Omaha. 40S-410
Omaha National Bank, 17th and Farnam
streets, Omaha. Phono Red tX
cDr. Baker Medical Offices
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Consultation nnd examination free.
210 South 14th Street. Otnnhn.. Neb.
Piles, Fistula Cured
Dr. E. It Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed nnd no
money paid until cured. Write for book
on rectal diseases with testimonials. DR.
E. It. TARRY, 210 Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
MONEY TO LOAN
J. WHITE, licensed, bonded pawnbroker;
money on personal valuables. 61a N. 16th.
"MONEY "FURNISHED SALARIED
PEOPLE nnd others upon their o-rn
names; rates cheap, easy payments. Nor
ton & Co., 325 Board of Trado Building.
OI.O' on diamonds. Gross Jewelry &
" ' 1 Loan Co.. 410 N. 16th. Red 60S1.
Loans on jewelry, etc, 214 on diamonds.
Goldstlne'H "Old Stand," 1315 Pouglas.
OFFERED FOU RENT
Apartments nml Flnts.
219 Ni Uth St
Phone Douglas 331,
READY March 1, tho best six-room
and bath apartment to bo had; all details
perfect; rent reasonable. 41st and Far
nam. Got full Information. Tel. Harney
vw ,,WL lU IliniJCVI, UIIO UL WW
most handsome, up-to-date 6-room nparl-
, .. n 1 1 . . nr.li r.i .
.Hump ui ny. ivi ominimn avc.
3-It, AI,L modern, with Janitor service;
first floor; Lorrnlno Aparts., 17th and
Maple Sts. Mengcdoht. Web. 3713.
8.-r. brick, comer Sth and Williams Sts.
orn; suitable location for offices, studio,
dental or dressmaking rooms, etc., for
leiiHius winning nomes aujoimng. nan
Dlst. Co.. 433 Unmge. Pouglas 740C.
6-P.OOM and reception hall, nearly now.
ConipletPly.jnoa. 3122 Cass. Tel. B. 353W.
SIX all outside rooms apartment; hot
water heat supplied. S17 Pino St; near
Brownell Hall. Pouglas 2040.
548 S. 26TH AVE. 9-room. all modern
brick flat, good location renting rms., 830.
2212 NIcholnB St. l-room flat, modern
but heat, stcl range, gas stove, kitchen
cabinet, water rent v
RASP BROS. DOUGLAS 1G53. N
Hoard unit Roonik.
STEAM heated south room with board
In family of four. Modern home, best
car line. Phone Webster 331. 3S02 No. 24th.
1039 PARK AVE., room und'bourd for
one or two young men In very desirable
homo; must bo seen to bo appreciated.
FURNISHED ROOM-Room with pri
vato family; good location, near Farnam
car line. Tel. H. 3D01
Hotel, 21st and Chl-
unuer new man-
r cement. first-class
rooms, spcclul ratcH by week, meals with
distinctive .homo service. Pouglas 5993.
TWO nicely furnished rooms for rent
1005 N. 23rd St. South Omaha. South 1031.
TWO semi-basement rooms, well hcate'd
and lighted; no children; gentlemen pre
ferred? 209 S. 25th St
CALIFORNIA HOTEL "ft
Steam heat, hot and cold water, bats freo.
RATKS Hy dny. 500 uu- Doug.
lintels null Atfuortmeuta.
PODGE HOTEI Modern; reatonablo.
Unfnrnlslicr Housekeeping: Rooms.
TWO unfurnished rooms, 201 No. 20th.
Houses and tuuatn.
Jn Pnnrl I--xp. Co., furniture moving.
, j. lVCLu Two mcn JL nouri D. jus.
CENTRAL, all mod., 7-r, house; warn
In winter, cool in summer. 220 N, 23d.
MAGGARP VAN ANP STORAGE CO.
packs, moves, stores und ships household
goods and pianos. Douglas 1496.
Hniicnc In all pnrta of the city.
l-LUUbtb crelgh Sons & Co., Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT Two-story frame dwelling,
on Cass, near 26th; modern. Crelghton
university. Douglas 2120.
WEST Farnum, now stucco, 7 rooms.
319 N. SSth Ave. 845.
T7TT"T7VT TTVT" Storage and Van
h 1 NrLiJ I Y Co, Goods stored.
A -x A--x A X moved, racked,
shipped. 16th and Jackson Sts. Doug. 1516.
A COMPLETE LIST of vacant houses,
apartments and flats that aro for rent
This list compiled dolly. You will be
furnished a list tree of "charge by calling
Douglus 4163. Omaha Van & Storage Co..
sat a lth St
1515 HALL AVE. .-rooms, modern, 830.
THOS. F. HALL. 433 Ramge Bldg. P. 7406.
HOUSE FOR RENT-S50 S. 28th, 9
room house, ull modern; hot water heut.
House In flrst-Class condition. All con
veniences. Apply nt house or phono
114 S. 29TH ST.-8 rooms, nil modern. $25.
2917 Cnstellur 5-room, modern. 815.
RASP BIlOB.-POUaLAB 1651
2626 CAPITOL Ave, 9-r.. modern. 825.
1817 N. 21st St., 7-r.. partly modern. 317.
4723 N. 40th St.., 5-r., partly modern. 315.
3210 Maple St., 6-r.. partly modern. 31t
1621 H. 33d St. 4-r. city water. 810.50.
3225 Franklin St-. 3-r.. city wuter, 88.
.1333 Emmet St., 5-r., well, 39.
SS10 Camden Ave., 6-r.. well, 8H&0.
343 Taylor St., 4-r., well. 87.
, CREIGH. SONS & COMPANY.
Tel. Pouglaa 200. 503 BCo Bldg.
314.00 Ftvo rooms, upstairs; private bath
and toilet, new oiled floors; owner pays
water rent; on car line; splendid location.
Inquire O. Orus. 2il9, 2419 8. 21th.
SI ores unit Offices.
Ull FARNAM ST., 3,000 square feet;
ISOOi Farnam St., 1.800 square feot; 1607-1KO-1511
Farnam St (basement), S.00U
square feet, both Farnum street and alley
entrances; abundant light; steam heal.
THOS. F. HALL. 433 Ramge Bldg. U. 7400.
FOR RENT The offlco on ground floor
of The Bee building occupied by thi
Havens-White Coal company. Frontage
on Furnam St. and occupying about l.'-Ou
square feet with extra entrance on the
court of the building. Largo vault. Fine
office fixtures for sale. Apply N. P.
Fell. Bee office. -
One-hair of a large, well lighted ground
floor office In Bee Bldg. 216 So. 17th St
19th and Farnam. large, double store
room, 41x80; heat furnished; low rent
Inquire Sauford hotel.
OFFERED FOR SALE
! FOR SALE At a bargain, good as new
! furniture, a complete equipment of four-
Iroom apartment Centrally located. Owner
leaving city. Tel. Red 5363, after 6 p. m.
OFFERED FOR SALE.
Typewriters sold rentod, repaired. Cen
tral Typewriter Exchange, 307 S. 17th St.
RENT Remingtons, Monarchs and Smith
Premiers of their makers. Tho Remington
Typewriter Co. Telephone DouglaB 1S24.
Rental credited If you purchase, and only
very newest and highest grade machines
sent out. Rates, three months for 85 for
understroke machines, or 83 per month for
latest model visible writers.
TWO 8400 Vision Style Standard pianos,
with bench to match; sacririco for 8200.
Terms If desired. Pouglas 5756.
STEREOTYPE matrices mako the best
and cheapest lining for poultry houses.
They are 17x23 Inches, stronger and more
durable than tarred felt nnd practically
fireproof. 75a a hundred at Tho Bee
FOR SALE at a discount, a full, un
limited scholarship In Boyles Business
college, Omaha; good for either short
hand or business course. Apply at the
offlco of Omaha Bee.
SAFES Overstocked, fcond-hand, all
makes. J. J. Peright Safe Co., 1212 Farnam.
FOR SALE Now and second-hand
carom und pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy paymonts. The
Brunswlck-Balke-Collendcr Co., 407-409 S.
FOR SALE Stock and fixtures. Nlles
Art Needlework store. Address G. F.
Sparker, Administrator, 403 Broadway,
Council Bluffs. Ia.
()( Buys Best Coal for the monoy; try
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit tho Young
Women's Christian association building
at 17th and St. Mary's Ave., whore 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
U7lnes. We collect. We distribute. Phono
Pouglas 4135 and our wagon will call.
Coll and inspect the new home, 1110-1112-
uii uoage bu
"MISS FISHER, rrnssT, elec. treat P. 43S0.
MASSAGE Miss Walton, room 224 Ne
vlllo block. 16th and Harney, yel. P. 4297.
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Bexton Pharmacy. 12th and Podge.
Turkish bath, mass. Pavldge Blk. P.5S95.
MASSAftF, Swedish movement 418
Ui-ciOOXlAXiy Uee B1Jg jjouglas 6372.
MaBaage. Miss Halloran. 223 Neville Blk
ELECTRIC PASSAGE BATH. 214
uuuuiiuv; Balrd BldK. Miss Burns.
Eloc. Mass. bath. 214 Balrd Bldg., 17 & P.
MAGNETIC Trt. 1S29 Vinton. P. 6026.
S EA r.K T, v. nin. n . i...
office. Illinois, Central R. It. Want to
Cash for Plamonds. S. F 350 Om. Nat.
MRS. SNYPER. Electric Trt. P. 43S0
W. II. Rosenbaum, 202 Boston Store Bldg.
TJTi TO f? 'u AT Tin Tl Amua.
tard, steamed; positive euro for rheu
matism; 20 years' experience in Hot
Springs, Ark, Lady attendant for ladles.
" .3. .-u ot., xei. lyier iwt,
MASSAGE, 109 S. 17th St. Mrs. Steele.
airs, ui-qokb. Hwcdlsh massage, p. 8598.
I.. Cm...I ah r . . n
Mrs. Snyder, P. C, apt. 3, Punsany. P. 43SO
PQULTRV AND SUPPLIES
Whlto Wyandotte eggs. Tel. Florenco'ao.
S. C. W. Leghorn eggB. Phono Flor. 218
BOOST your Income with the Rnyo In
cubator; slashes expenses, kills drudgery;
20 more chicks to hatch than old lamp-on
side machines; 1 gallon oil, 1 filling to
J-.ntch; hatching chart, hygrometer, cntu-I2ue'ree-
Kayo Incubator Co., 913 So.
33th fit. Doug. 2527.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
REEP Abstract Co., oldest abstract
oince in iNCDrasKo. zua urandels theater.
ACREAGE FOR SALE.
QUARTER section land, highly im
proved, in Monona county, lown. about
ten mllca cast of Onawa; ubout 00 acres
under cultivation. PriCo 810,000. C. G,
Carl berg. 310 Brandela Theater Bldg.
CITY PROPERTY Foil SALE.
OWNER wishes to Bell two full stories,
six largo rooms, reception hall and sleep
ing porch, all modern, on paved street,
garage, cement driveway; everything paid
for 83.350; 31.500 cash, balance less than
rent Phone Webster 598?, or write. P 109,
Early Spring Bar
gains Easy Terms
81,700 Four-room cottage, modern except
heat, nicely decorated, new plumb
ing, south front lot, paved street
31.800 Now four-room bungulow, having
city water, nice lighting fixtures,
cemented basement, largo lot, good
chicken house with yard fenced.
one-half block to car line, handy
10 scnooi ana stores.
3-.SO0 Five-room cottace. modern excent
heat, having large living room and
dining room with colonode open
ings and finished In oak, two nice
bedrooms, bathroom with guaran
teed rixtures, uandy Kitchen with
built-in china closet, cemented
basement, corner lot, east front,
handy to schools, stores an! car
83,600 Bungalow, beautiful new five
room, strictly modern bungalow,
having large living room with
pressed brick fireplace, nice dining
room with burlap walls, panel
strips and plate rail, den or front
bedroom with French doors be
tween It and living room, these
rooms finished In oak; elegant
bathroom with tiled walls and best
of plumbing fixtures, linen closet,
largo bedroom and kitchen with
built-in china closet; south front
lot. paved street, good neighbor
hood. 33,750 Six-room bungalow, strictly mod
em, oaK rinisii in living rom, den
and dining room, having window
seat, panel .strips, plate rail and
colonado openings between this
room and living room, nice kitchen,
two largo bedrooms, linen closet
storeroom an1 bathroom with best
of plumbing fixtures, fine location,
paved street south front lot handy
to school, stores ana car line.
For further Information In retrard to
above properties call up or see
Pouglas 1009. 307 McCague Bldg.
MUST sell my T-room house, 23d, near
Spraguo; worth 33.500; reduced to 32,650.
Address Q 146. Bee.
TO Bl'Y, SELL OR RENT, FIRST SEE
JOHN W. BOBBINS. IMP FARNAM ST
7-rootn, mod., below cost. Ad. A, 223, Bee
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES.
Bemis Park Cottage
Look at 1812 N. 33d St.. a Jandy 5-room
cottage, nearly new, on IKfrney enr line,
facing cast on paved street, paving all
paid for. Houso Is nil modern except
furnnco and rooms aro extra large. This
Is ono of tho best bargains we have listed
this year and It will pay you well to
take1 the car nnd go out nnd look It over.
Easy terms can bo arranged.
Payne & Slater Co.
616 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
93 Feet Close In
With ono 8-room house, mod. ex. heat,
and ono 4-room houso; paving all paid;
flno slto for apartment houeo or flats.
Offered for Immediate sale at 86,000; will
consider nlco now modern cottago as part
P. J. Tebbens Co.
760 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. P. 21S2.
FARM &. nANCIl LANDS FOR SALE
FREE homesteads In Snake river val
ley, near railroad and town. For Infor
mation write C. Lewis Miller, Box 112,
815 to 875 per acrt in corn belt; some
choice bargains; Minneapolis 63 miles.
Farmers State Bank. St Cloud. Minn.
280-ACRE FARM, 35 miles from Min
neapolis, VA miles from a good railroad
town; part under cultivation, balance
meadow and pasture land; good soil;
good eight-room house, worth 83,000;
barn, granary, corn cribs, cattle sheds,
machine sheds, etc.; 14 cows, 20 head of
steers and heifers, three horses, hogs,
chickens, completo sot farm machinery,
buggies, wagons, sleds, 60 tons of hay,
1,200 baskets corn, 150 bushels mixed
grain, 175 bushels potatoes; in fact, every
thing on tho farm goes except the fur
niture. Price, 312,000. One-half cash.
Schwab Bros., 102S Plymouth Bldg., Min
FINE improved stock farm, 360 acres,
20 miles from Minneapolis, ltf miles to
shipping station, on rural mail route and
telephone line; good buildings; 100 acres
under cultivation, balanco pasture, tim
ber and meadow; two good teams, ten
good milk cows, now gang plow, corn
planter, cultivator and harrow; best bar
gain in Minnesota; at 835 per acre; 84,800
cash, balanco easy terms. Immedlato pos
session can be had. Fred Clark, 1308 West
Lake St., Minneapolis, Minn.
' 00 IMPROVED farms southern Mlnne
sota; lowest price; best terms. Write
Morehart & Atchison. Mankato. Minn.
FARMS for sale. 35 down, 43 monthly
buys 40 acres gooi timber land, near
town, Texas Co., TCIo.; price, 3200; perfect
title. J. B. Jarrell. Mt. Vernon. III.
325,000, VALLEY land farm, 310 acres.
Will consider In Omaha Dronurtv. hsl.
ranee to bo -rash, N'40J, Bee.
PUBLIC land sale Thursday, February
19. 1914, consisting of 160 acres, located 8
miles north and 154 west of Orchard,
Neb. Tho N. W. U of section 32, town
ship 29, range 8, wost, Knox county, Ne
braska. A good set of Improvements, 125
acres under cultivation. Hog pasture,
small orchard ' and rest in pasturo
meadow. Free transportation from Or
chard to farm to outside parties on day
of sale. J. F. Purkee, owner.
FOR SALE Sixty acres of land on
Turnpike Road, adjoining the town of
Irvlngton; opportunity for trackage, ripe
for subdivision, feed lot, truck or dairy
farm; bargain, 3200 per acre. Address
Box 345, South Omaha.
FARM RENTERS Wo can give you
20 years to pay for good farms in North
Dakota, .320 to 830 an acre, only 32 an
acre down. Are you ready to make a
change for the better? What you pay
now for rent can be applied on the
purchase of'a farm of your own. Call on
or writo the owners, Wm. II. Brown
Co., 5 No. La Salle St. Chicago, III., or
Mott. North Pakota. Agents wanted.
FINE climate,' long growing season and
plenty of water Insures a large crop every
year; only small cash payment required;
easy terms for balance, onJand-nt On
tario. Ore. Writo owners, Oregon' and
Western Colonization Co., 636 I'axton
Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
GOOO farms for sale on I. C. R. R.,
38 miles north Memphis, Tenn; best lo
cation for diversified farming In south.
Writo for list J. R. Hall & Son. Coving.
Best dairy and general crop state in
the union. Settlers wanted. Lands for
sale at low prices, on easy terms. Ask
for booklet, 34 on Wisconsin Central Land
Grant State acres wanted. Wrlvo about
our grazing landu If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchards
In Wisconsin. Address Land Depc, goo
Line Ry.. Minneapolis. Minn.
OFFICIAL publications concerning soil,
climate and ciopa of Wisconsin mailed
free to those addressing Wisconsin Sti.te
Board of Immigration. Capitol 1000, Madi.
son. Wit. '
REAL ESTATE LOANS
86.000, 5 YEARS. 5 per cent first mort
gage on downtown business corner.
Worth 850.000; .-ental. 84,200. P. C. Pat
terson. Patterson Blk.
3100 to 810,000 made promptly. F. P.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
t CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co.,
9in.3i: Tlrianflnl. Tli.atAi. RnlMlnir
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
GARVIN .BROS. TZ
. r . ,.. ov tunoL mica lor
loans on NeDraska farms and Omaha city
property in any amounts.
I. W II 1 VIL'l)
City National Bank Bldg.
CITY property. Largo loans a specialty.
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WANTKn TMlif Innn. m .
, - f .wm.. uuu noi 1 Uil I B.
Vt h arnam hmlth & Co.. 1320, Farnam St.
FARM anrl cltv liun. a iA a nMm...i..
jin,uimn, i -mi rarnam. Red 2or5.
OMAHA homes. EaBt Nebraska farms.
ii iv r.r.n r. u h i v." wt
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2715.
CITY antl tr.rm Ir.n. k c.a cm t
-u-. low v arnam, umaha.
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nat.
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