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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1915)
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earn Insertion. .
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tion of the advertisement.
Ton can place your want ad In The
Bee bv telephone.
TKI-KrHONE TTLER 1000.
DEATHS AND Pt'KKRtl. NOTICES
PT'RRrtTTflltfl Dr. Amelia, died In Boa
ton. Saturday at 2 . ni. Formerly of
Funeral Thursday, i p. m.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank otir many frlenda and
neighbors. Holy Family court, Catholic
Order of Forestere; Bricklayers' Union,
, Kmmet Monument association. Ancient
Order of Hibernian and lrtah Good Fel
lowship club, and the employee of Klopp
. Hart If tt Co., for their klndneaa' during
the sickness and death of our beloved
bnahand and father; alao for the bea.itl
fnl floral of ferlngs. Mrs. Catherine Dan
ahey and Family.
MIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births H. Grant and Ueorirta B rent
linger. Florence, girl; J. P. and Irene
Connolly, fcil Bancroft, girl; Michael and
Magdalene Cepuran, r7 South Twenty
firat. South Wile, boy: Michael and Maude
Utilan, 1!7 North Thirty-ninth avenue,
troulh Fide, girl; Frank and Ajmea KoJ
deckl, 211 North, Thlrty-eevenlh, South
Hide, rlrl; Martin and Charlotte Morten
pen, 8i.fi South Twenly-eoond boy; Al
Wrt and Anna Motner. 2 South Twenty-firm,
boy; Frank and Ann Marahalek,
Forty-third and K, boy; Uenrge and Ida
Vella. hospital, artrl ; Joaeph and Chris
tina O'Nell. 4327 Franklin, arlrl; Arthur
and Orace Rogera, i-'l St. Mary 'a ave
fiue, arlrl ; Herman and Lena Seume, 4123
JVorth Twentieth, boy.
Deaths am Ou1li!la,v I mnnth. 1418
fV.uth Fifth; Augustus J. Hayne, 58, 324
North Twenty-third; Thomaa Wesley
Miller, 73, 8T24 I -art more avenue; Frtia
W inters. 65, hospital.
The following marriage licenses wart
Name and Residence. Ate.
rharlcs W. Slejanek, Nogalee, Alls... 23
Xlanell Cook. Umaha 20
Charles L. NovAk, Houth Omaha. .over 21
Mary Mahmanek,, Houth Omaha.. ..over 18
Joaeph lltrzelka, Omaha 2
Mary Pporer, Omaha It
J. Albert LoungHtrom, Omaha 29
Anna W. Mueller, Omaha 23
Philip P. Kelly, Omaha 27
Bessie A. Davla, Omaha 26
Richard W. Coad. Malaga. N. M..over il
Mary Irene McConnell, Omaha, over.... 18
Howard D. Bergen, Omaha.. SS
Helen T. Gates, Omaha 21
Fred W. Hausohotder. RW" Harney,
frame and stucco dwelling, $4,000.
Sixtoeuth ami Douglas
HEAIcST-SELlO NO. 78; CAP
TAIN K1DD and DITTO LUU., COM.
THE CALL OK THE SEA, 3 UEKlS,
I'lUNCESa. 1317-19 DOUULAS,
The Iiroken Coin, latent chapter.
The MllKc'Irt. 1-act drama.
The Anmieur t'amem Man, comedy,
lteat HhiiiiI Weekly, current events.
2201 MILITARY AVE.
rsplolta of Klalne.
atho Weekly and Scenic,
Fa the comedy.
LOTUKOI1, 2T1I AND LOT1IROP.
IIOBAKT DOSWORTII IN
JACK UONDON-8 WONDERFUL STORY
THE SEA WOLF
A Bevcn-Reel Maeterpieoe.
16TH AND Bl.NNEY.
A 4-ree Mutual maaterpteoe drama,
tlMd me-reel comedy.
APPOLO. 2824 LEAVENWORTH
A I'erlloua Chance, with Helen Holme.
't iloa.n. lieceaaed, Vltanrapn.
1 1 hmpifii W i int.
2 55 S FARNAM.
Wl'tlnm Fox presents
Tlied Bate, William rihay. Btuart Holmes
In '"i ii Clemeuucau Caae," lJuma'a nuts
terwork. kxeta Side.
24TH AND N.
The Offending Kiss.
The HhihMn of Helen.
Infatuation. In 4 reels.
24TH AND N.
A MOVIES A
A TODAY f
CLIFTON. 2201 MILITARY AVE.
Exploits of Elaine.
LOTHKOP. StTii AND LOTHRDP
liobart liosworta lo Jack London woo-
Herful atoiy, The Bea Wolf, in T seels.
Aili.MUlhi t&ftS FARNAM.
W llMam Foit fyrenents TheH Hmr Wll.
Ram ;-iiy. Horl Holmes, In '1 Oe Clem-
AN NO VX CEMENTS
SAVE MONEY ON COURSES.
For s.-il. with good reasons for sslltng.
vni iv of courses lu a u liable bu,i.
i, h, jtool, ons of tne leaiting biinra
iin or i.imana. wilt t-e sold ve(
s-.iiui a j imk,w regular prKa
If ytin are considering tnktcg a couim
iuvr..i urate this at ci.-, ain Fall 1110
t.r"u. fcoon. 1 all r.ri,. omahs He.
.Xti;ClElS at T. M. C. A. Huslnesa luea.
1 .a - 1 '
-Hi 'r, $
: I A
f ' 4lloil. lilt
. .-t f-:i..i.e h.
A I'll f .r n 1, f 1
' 1 It; i. I . :.
V lit I'l W ff I'Ul'l
i r. tA a, U.S
Whenever vou aie conid' ring acPlna or
biiviii a t ft I car and you want full
vnlue for y v money or you want people
who are willing to pay for what they are
Setting- you will have no regret If you
buy or advertlae through the uaed car
column of The Bee, I'l.one T'r I'lOo.
UNiC P.'IJ Cadillac roedfftorT&O-H. p., n
siili ndld condition, ."). Can be seen at
Jo4 Fnrnam St.
Indiietrlal Garage Co., voth Harney Pta.
Vr V i.lNDK.l t . S-paaut o7V'T Wrb. 7714.
Overtone for leaky raoiator. ioc. dealer a
1912 i'OLK CrAR7Tcyllndr, good'eon-
Oltlon. cheap. H ir,th. Tel. i.
t' for aale cheap; butterle end
tliea In food condition. Tel. II. 10 2
o Ml I. Kg of mileage In your old tlrea
(Rebuilt). Pend them to DUO TIKE CO.,
If your Rualneaa Cliance will stind
rigid Investigation a no is Just what It Is
advertised, or If you are looking to start
In bualneaa for yourself you will he per
foetly aatiafled If you use the Ruslncss
Chance column of The Hoe, When buy
ing or selling a bualneaa t'hone Tyler lono.
Confectionery, cheap, good loc. Web. If).
A bigti-claaa Investment. 4"J Ware Wk.
Ft'U SAKK-A good, clean slock of cloth
ing, furnishings and shoes, doing the
leading bualneaa In a good northeaat Ne
braska town of 1.W0; don't answer unless
you mean business, and talk fast, aa thia
ad won t npesr In this paper long. Ad-dn-SS
Y 7. Hee.
UF.BTACRANT In vicinity of five round
houses and two city depots; cash only,
and mean business; long leaae; owner
retiring. H. Main Ht., Co. tlluffa.
The underaigned trustee for the estate
of Fo, Kveasnn Co. of Soldier, Iowa
Will offer for sale at public auction to tne
blgheat bidder for cash, tne stock of gen
eral merchandise, furniture and fixtures,
which Invoices $11, 410. ;, the sale to take
pls e In the doul.le store building In w h eh
raid stock la contained on Friiiay, Octo
ber 1, liUj at 1 o'clock In the artornoin.
Mr. N. I C. Bilggs of Sioux City. Ia.,
who superintended the Invoice, will be at
Hold l r with the Invoice In his possess on.
Htocic and invoice can be examined by
prospective purchasers from Monday
mornln? (September 27. until the date ol
sale. The ato'k consists of groceries,
rubbers, dry goods, shoes, china and
crocaery and In In excellent condition.
Here ia the tight opening for some one
desiring to go Into business, aa Soldier la
located In a splendid farming community
and baa only una other Block of general
RHMUMHER DATH OF SALE OCTO-1
PKIt 1. R. AT 1 O'CLOCK IS THIfl,
For further Information addres either.
r. c. ungga or Wllber M. Perthlck.
Jr., Truatee, care Tolerton Warflsld
Co., Mom City Ia.
"iiDerm. jierthicx, Jr., Trustee,
UI .NhliAl, meruhandise bueinesa in live
Idaho town, located in fine atock and
farininf country. Bualneaa has grown to
VKi annual sales in four years. Irge
territory, will bear rigid Investigation.
llusinesa oivenlng that baa wonderful
poMslhllitlo. Itegulres knowledge of mer
cant He business and ITi.Ow to Ho.otlO capital.
If you are looking for something write
today. It a a big thing.
Investment proposition that will make
you - ITDo In leas than year; i.6) re
quired. Safe and aura, but quick action
Write me for further particulars about
snv of the above or other line, High class
bank references furnished U(on request,
OOOI) CrO-room hoiel for ssle. Reasonable".
Inn I : ir .. I . , ....
.'.'ii. in. Liougiaa vH.
PARTNER with $i-.,000 wanted for devel
oping and manufacturing of a new In
yention; automatic advertising machine,
viz rrvi":-" c11 ch vuk.
ui iMNEHH places, land, city property,
eft? Ia - tt.- J' WRAT, Bloua
WJLU sacrlflca grocery store. TeL Ho.
wNSiMtJ"t X"" Property with W.
W. W'llllama. o Navlde Blk. O. 47.
8..S.o"r 5"?. bosinesm. call on
A .or put or business call on
-.9SKlrrAli Pee HUlg Uoug. S477,
RHAL, Estate Business placea suriidt.idor
tmn.lled; all states. F. V. Knlost. Omaha
THKATEKS-Huy, lease or sell your the
ater. machine and supplies through
Theater h:ch. Co.. im Fsrnam. I). ls7.
BEli Omaha Theater Supply Co. for bair
giiliis In eatalillshed shows. 1. HX.
Room in a; it en sea for Sale.
IT 8. 18TH-U rooms, full of roomers.
Full Terra Boylos College
IS NOW OPKN In both the day and
tilxht sessions. Yet it is nut too lata to
enter. In gin now to get that nv nial dla
ciplr M aim biiK.nesa tralulng that will
double your earning capacity.' Complete
t'oursea In all roinmercial branches.
Boukkecplng. r-hnrthand and Typewrit-
on vn'i tytrvica. t'oHitiona round for a'l
radimtea FRKK. I'lacee furnished ti
k'lirlr frit KaA sw warhltsa saA..l A m
Ire catalogue t one.
II. B. Hoyles, President.
Poyles Bldg. Tel. D. 1M3. Omaha. Nab.
the rollowlna- scholarships la
a first e las Omaha Business College:
One unlimited combination business
ni rhorthand course.
One unlimited stenographic course.
One three-niontha' hi.am... .i.
.... V, VVIIV
w u ps sold at a discount at the of floe
uf las Omaha L'ee.
Hie VAN SANT SCHOOL
Pay Bchool for Toung Women.
Lvrnlnn K.'h,M,l f VmiHi, lih -H.t
baturday nwrnin- class in typewriting.
Zone C Puffy, Owner and Uana8ar,
V SO. XSth St Omaha
FOR 8Al.r-Here la a c'aastrtcatlon that
Is of the utmost importance to every
reader, ae this column oifcia some excep
tional cipuoruinilioa every day and a
sunn want ad will sell your arucle at Its
luii taiue. r none lyier lw
t emit are. lloaaekala Uawaia. Kfau
Desks nd l- c- R.
1J"7 Farnam ht. Douislaa )40.
W ILL be sacriticed: Dining room, bedl
room and parlor furniture tosether with
carpets of well furnished home, must be
sou at once. Mrs. J. M. Tanner. li:is
North 24th St.. eiouth Omaha.
DA H AI N8 IN FURNITUHK AND
IIAKUIVARU 1M9 N. Writ. W EB. la.
llaraee sad Vealclee,
ONE good work-home, weight 14. lbs.
Omaha Concrete Stona t o., Ski h Ave.
and (vahler t. Phone Wehater
TKAM1NU sears, one or a carload. All
siava. two to eix-ton capauiuea We sell
tbe Studsbekar. tne Baia, the Fetar
6 but Her. iau atiti Buvikans. Must tail
! n, nronm. ma reniiciioo In nrtce.
shKhtly uwd high gland piano. D. 1T.
PIANO cheap, cash or ! mem a. Ki '.v
I'AH I, u - . , .
MXD grain, loo lbs. H.7S. Wagner. 101 N 1.
ralirr. soaa a...i
BTk REUTY FK matrl.es make the best
and cheapest lining for poultry houava
TI.ey are lixil Inchva, Uo.,.r and mote
irabls than tarred ft it and piaclicalls
trpio,r. iae a hundred st 'I n 11 01 1 K.J
TYPKWKITk'Rlltand up. ra Bee Bid
TYILWRiTLLS sold. laiedr.pTIir.a7
- r "."'! ' yewriter Exc. Hart Farnam.
FOR BAI E New and second hand carom
and po set t,lilird 11 ira and Im.wIiok
alls end acuwuriri: tar f In. ires o' a I
kind; tm l.)iwiit The Brunswick-
V-nk -t nli.-nder Co.. 4W ( l.'!-, st
Ci OyJi'l.n-a wt u.,, 4 f
OlJU it,"rl bo'trd T lemd. p;.
id. I ak.;rjr Bioa.. W:n.l,
XT fcond-hand mtmri, dynamos,
1GVV roscnetoe, etc., mechanical
aiwvv reiairs. iiron Kktctrm
Worka. 31-an H i3'h Pt
Hod, one acre. p. 2107 (Evgs., Wal. r7.)
COAL DIRECT FROM THE MINE.
We c"t out the blf profit of the
Jobber. It makes no soot and la
well prepared. We guarantee it.
Prices are the rery best 12.00,
$2.60 and $3.00 at the mine.
I. M. COX, North Tlatte, Neb.
FOK 8AL.K CHEAP
Ruslnesa College Course.
Poll and complete rclinlarahlp In one
of the best )inaia busmess schools
t!ood resson for selling; perfectly relia
ble; worth full p-tce, but will be wM
very reasonahly. if Interested Investigate
at once, because fall term begins soon.
There are a variety of courses for sale.
For partloiilars inquire at tbe oftloe of
The Omaha fin.
CARPENTER tools, shovels, sledges,
p.cks, Jackacrewa, 10 penny match vend
ing machines, die each. Horse, harness,
wagon, 1100. One elect rio piano.
J. C. 1311,
10U 8. th 6U Harney 143.
nELP WANTKI TEMALK
t'lerleal mmd Offlre.
YoUM WOMAN WITH bOMK
B.B(.-UTIVK A HI I ITT A.NU A RAFIU,
ACCCKATK BTKNO. ML'HT BR HARD
WOK K Kit AN 1J A I'.LK TO AIVANCW
KAFIOL.Y. HAUHY FBK MONTH
To 8TAKT. .VK AUK, EXFtTRiliNCIU,
KTl!. AOURKVH P KM), Hee.
HTKNo (iJOOK ADVANUKUKiMT)...M
TUB CAN) AOENCV, ) B K K BL,IMt.
tJTKNO. and Ilc(. Opr., 175. ,
teno, and office ch-rk, $75.
VATTH KKF. CO.. k.W-4o-42 Brand, Thea.
EXP Hteno. and bookkeeper, i5 to 170.
Kxp, cashier and 'phone girl, i week.
Fxp. oftlce girl, 15 week.
Hot; K HS HKF. ID., I) Paton Block.
Factory at a 4 Tratlea.
OIRT, to learn halrdreaalng. Oppenhelm.
linwaekeepera mm 4 Domeallcs.
THR Rervant Olrt Problem Solved. The
He will run a Servant Olrl Wanted Ad
rlll-B until you get the desired results,
his applies to residents of Omaha, Bouth
Omaha and Council tlluffa. Hrlng ad to
The lee office or telephone Tyler loco.
COMPETENT girl for -eneral housework.
' Reference require u. U. Ikitn Ave.
WaNTKD An experienced nurse maid;
reference required. Mra M. B, New
nvin. 8620 Howard. II. tait.
OOMPETKNT white girl to assist in
housework. Tel. Florence Jos.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Mrs A. P. Tukey, lift Chicago U ilar
WANTED Young girl for light house
work In family of two. 4VI Webster
Pt. H. 8-'46.
WANTED Middle aged woman for gen
eial housework, t-j.W per wk. 8uu N.
J4th. Call Weh. 7007.
WANTED Cook and housemaid in fam
ily of two, liar. 717. liV'a rt. 3Jd Ave.
WANTEl A capable cook; no other
need apply. Mrs. N. H. Ppieaberi;er,
Ml a Farnam.
WANTl:i A girl or woman to assist
with general housework. Call at 2M1
WANTED Good gill for general house
work. 115 H. 37th St. Phono Har. 4MU.
WANTED Trustworthy working house
keeper; must be gook cook; family of
two: good wages to competent person.
Harney 75M, I West Farnam Apt, 8S17
WANTEl-Triietworthv wofklng house
keeper; must be good cook; family of
two, Oood wagea to efficient peraon.
Apnly, I, West Farnam Apta., ml ljewey
WANTIvU at once, a competent girl for
general housework; family of four
aivilt. If per wk. N. 41st St.
WANTED A girl for housework. 10u2
Fa rk Ave. Har. S.H6.
OIHL for general houuework. Mra. C
W. Axteli, lit N. til M. Telephone
WANTED I'oaltlon as cook In or out of
the city. Douglas 1W.
WANTED Wlille girl for cooking and
general housework; amall family; good 1
wages. Mrs. Uuy Llggit, 4--CS Douglas St. I
I'hone Walnut 2443,
MIDDLE aged lady to work for room'
and board and be company for another
lady. Only one in family. Ho wages.
2,ti4 Orant St. Walnut Iff,
W XnTEI A girl to assist with house
work. 110 8. mth St.
WANTED Whit girl for general house
work; amall family. Harney M. 3022
MAID for general housework; good
wages, small family; pleasant room and
bath. 7i Jones St. H. 672.
tXMPKTKNT girl wantxl for gmieial
housework; good wsgesj -no washing.
Fhone So. W, or 80. .
TO UNO women coming to Omaha aa
strangers are Invited to visit tne Young
Women's Christian association building
at Bt Mary a Ave. and 17th St., where
they will be directed to auitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers' guide at Union station.
WOMEN WAN TED Oovemment Jobs
List free. Write Immediately. Frank
Un Institute. Dept. 4JLSU. Rochester. N. I.
HELP VfANTKll MALE
Clerical aad Office.
OFFICE clerk, must be good penman;
w ll par t'O to start
BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE A88N.
14u6 W oodmen of W orld.
PTENOORAPHF.R (PRIV." SECT 0
BlENOUMAfUEH (ijtHD ADV'MT...I"5
SK.uvjitAPHKK (hr.OlNNIH) 40
THE CANO AOEJsCY, tJ0 BE13 BLDu.
SOi.lt ITOK, city, 13 to IIS.
watts Rr-r. t-X (ta-i-4a lirand. Thea.
Exp. cashier, country bank, inv tli",
Exp. cashier, country bank. Inv titu
Exp, cashier, country bank, Inv (.6
nogere nwerenre o., mu fax ton Wk.
It liiii-oRA l K comitiercial poeitloiis.
W.3T. KMKKIllll H'JNIJ ASBN-
762 Omaha Nat. "ink B'.dg.
A areata lalenaira anal golleltara.
"BILLY" BUNDAT-8 message. Author.
I led. Great opportunity for man or
woman. We will pay you flAi to dlst rib
ate It and take orders. fiO days' work,
spare time may be used. Universal Idols
House, luiWtnston bldg.. Pniladi lphia.
WANTE4 Experienced salesman for
men's hat department; must . f urnUb
referencea 1, Bee.
W AM El ital eali-ainen to sell our
noted and unique line of man and sne-
clalty cadetidsnt. tHir line Is different
exclusive. It lands the big buyer tired of
Plot urea vke alao make a strong Una of
leather noveliiea faus and outdoor signa
Strongest combined outfit ever offered.
Ill money for live men. We make our
goods. That means low prices. Give ex
poiieiice in fut li.-t.cr. Keuyou Cumpaay,
lies Moluea Is.' 41at ear o
WANTED Experienced salesman for
men a furnishing department; must fur
tiieb referencea K a4, Bee.
COAL agents wanted in every town; get
a trial car. I. M.Cox. No. Ptntte. Neb.
EiX PERIKNCKD canvassers; gooTaaTlary
and pi rmanent work. First clasa men
onl S4 Brandets Building.
Faetary aa Tkim,
WANTED Man to learn .he barber
trade We have originated a plan to
teach It quickly and thor uuly Wagea
paid while learning. Tools included.
Write for Illustrated catalogue. MOLEH
PAKBKR COIJ.KOK. 110 S. 14!h St.
l'ili t-toie Mini.. oha, Kneiat. Bee Bldg.
Porlilon Now OtMii. Free Catalegaa
Farnam Kt . Omaha. Neb.
Wagee paid. Tovla given Position
f uarai'teed. fall r writs for tnfoi 111 tliou
Irl-i iiy '.ll.. !ii4 iMugli Omnha.
; r. n d nu-ii. l,al lo .uu Uou tvo
Jobs per w -k lalelv Url lit. Le.tri,
ty our nit-thud .l one or these ' jot s.
attili 0 U li tic.- N.i,i,Ha Aulo
(iioLli b.i-ol. ; Lsavcuv.uith bt
HELP WANTED MALK
RAIDWAT mall clerks wanted. 175 month. I
Omaha, examinations coming. Kampie
question free. Write immediately. Frank-
lln Inst tutee Ten. ?.2 !V --eter, N. Y.
,, . . -
MEN with common sense education, who
Ish government loba 70 month.
should applv Immediately for full infor
mation. Addresa Y f. Pee.
IF TOIJ do not smoke at all. chew, or
drink, and are between the ages of 18
and and think you have the ability
to some dy manage a grocerv or meat
department, call at The Kasket Ftores
office. 611 Brandela Theater Hulldlng.
SITUATIONS WAN TEH
INTELLIGENT light colored girl wishes
position In office or bachelor's apart
ment. Web. 7073.
SITUATION wanted by all-round printer.
J. W. Hsrt. Z221 Dodge 8U
IDSITION as bartender, checker, stock
man or houseman, hotel, club or buffet;
beat of references: honest, reliable; mix
er; city or out. Johnson, ZU Chicago fct.
MAN wants steady work in private fam
ily or housework; references. Phone
Red 741. Call for Tmmbo.
MIDDLE aged widow employed aa agent
part of the dar wishes nosltlon aa com-
, 1 v. mux vr na inniw,rrmi 1 u r
widower's small family of reapectahle
and refined people, or would take charge
of respectable rooming house. Am thor
oughly qualified in either position. Mra.
K. Ryerson, General Delivery, Omaha,
POSITION aa housekeeper, linen or
chambermaid; hotel, apartment or
rooming house. Long experience; neat,
reliable. Industrious; best of references;
city or out. Miss Johnson, 21U Chicago.
I'hone Douglas 8725.
YOUNG man wants employment at any
kind; have had experience aa eoda, man
or confectionery clerk. Call Walnut 4Vil.
OUNO MAN. 1. wants position as clerk. '
lias naa experience In men s clotlilns;
and grocery stores. Address '2 Decatur.
WOMAN wants work as chambermaid or
Janliress. 2425 Patrick Ave. Web. IRA.
J"OSITION wanted as housekeeper In
a mail family In town Call Douglas 7239.
fcx PICRI KNCEDglrl wants place as
chambermaid in hotel to room In. Tel.
COM PKTENT German woman wants
poltlon aa housekeeper. Tel. Web. IU6.
A HK1.1AHI.K, competent woman, middle-aged,
desires a position aa a house
keeper In family of two; no laundry
work Phone Web. K3,
SITUATION wanted by first-class 000k,
hotel, or -will work extra. Doug;. S414.
F1KH1-CLA68 woman wants day work;
quick, clean, best referencea. Har. C1S3.
WANTED Position as P. B. X. operator,
by young lady of a years' experience:
can furnuih references. Telephone Doug
las J77; aak for Edith.
LADY wishes any kind of work from
a. m. to 3 p. m. 1711 Hickory Bt
EXPKKIENCED colored man cook and
housekeeper, aged 22 years, wishes posi
tion. Can furnish the beat references.
Ptefnr out-of-town position. Can also do
laundry work. Can take charge of club
or bachelor apartments. Call Harney 6M.
Vub'NO ludy wants position. Have ex
perience and references on the follow
ing: Btenogrnpher, typist, clerical work,
csa'-'er aoM-l'ln- blUina' clmk. store
work. Tel. Red 6794 and ask for Helen.
LOMT AND FOUND
Lost or Found ada In Omaha's Lost and
Found medium meuns the immediate re
turn of that article if advertised In Tbe
Bee, the Lost and Found paper.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persona having lost soma article would
do well to call up the office of the
Omaha At Council Bluffs' Street Railway
company to ascertain whether they left
It In the street cars.
Many articles each day are turned in
nd the company la anxloua to restore
them to the -iKhtful owner. Ca'l Doug. 48
i-'.T Ji" -5 con ' mm scrap hook -of
l SJIa tr. iT? ' othe,r advertising I
.. -77 Y, y, ' . I
Vt.FlS,d'r !,,'ndlr tturnJ. Wr.Ker
at The Bee off.ee. Phone Tyler 100u. !
Trv-vr 4 ,utorn,obl!?. door '?unI
write Chaa. Parmele. Plattsmquth. Neb.
LOST-Leather brief bag; a tan-flnlahed '
learner case, contain!
talnlng scrap book of .
enta. other advertising I
matter and printed forma of The Omaha l
Finder kindly return to Mr. Kerr
at The Bee office. Phone Tyler 10X).
IvORT Airedale dog, about 14 months old,
answering to the name of Lad. Marks,
Mack saddle with tan. Name on collar.
Megeath, 21,17 South Thirty-third street
Finder will be well rewarded.
SMALL blue ilk handbag containing $0
or more. Tel. Benson 3:3 W.
Lost, gold bar pin, diamond set. Web. aiiS.
THE Salvation Army Induatrlal home so
licits your jld clothing, furniture, maga
inea. We collect. We d.atrlbute. Phone
Doufclaa 41 and our wagon will call.
Call and Inspect our new home, K10-11U-1114
GORDON, the Masasine Man. Tel. Doug.
YOUNtl women coming to Omaha aa
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Chrtetlur. association building
st 17th St and St. Mary's Ave., where
they will be directed to auitable boarding
placea or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers' guide at the Union station.
rWILL not be responsible for the debts
contracted by ffty wife, Mra. Alice
naegen, wno naa deserted my home.
11. J. Haegen.
Vol It furnace cleaned, fl; work guaran
teed. Central Tin Shop. Doug. 4u&4.
PEKINESE- pups, pedigreed, eligible for
rcjjlstry at any bench snow. These
popular doga come from China, are ideal
pets. Phone Har. 134 So. 36th St
Wanted to Swap. TThy not advertise
something that you no longer have any
use for and get something you really
nuedT It co At you uolhltig to Join the
fe'wappera' club and ycu will find It lot
of fun swapping things. Write Room 104,
Bee I'stlg., or phone Tyler 1000.
AUTO Have Brush car which I wiah to
awap for something worth $76. Ad
dreaa 8. C. U, Bee.
AUTOS Hup "Su," electrio lighted stor
age battery, new top, eeat covers, wind
shield, new tires all around, one extra
tire and cover; Just the car for two peo
ple; low upkeep, plenty fast and strong;
mechanically Perfect. Will exchange for
lame car. Addresa S. C. 234, Dee.
-For othar automobile
the "AuUMuoOile" ciaasifi-
BULL dog, Englisn brindle, li months
old. Houaebroke and fond of childreu.
Will trsde for a rilumond rr s-inieihbig
I can use. Addresa S. C. 5S, Bee.
DIAMOND lilamond ring, t karat
worth about to trade for piano;
must be lit tirst-cluss shajie and of good
make Addreas S. C Bee.
DIAMu.M) ring. Tiffany setting, pure.
white stone, value in. Trade lor type
writer or etenotype. Addreas 8. C lis. Bee.
for sale oh exchanoii
Couulry store, complete general
merchandise. stock, real eatate.
fixture and stock, to excltange
tor Nebraska land priced riabt
W. T. H.V1ITH OV,
City National Bank Bldg.
FULL-BLOODED Scotch colli dog to
trade for Sinner drop-head sewing ma
chine; dandy dog for children. Address
n. 1 . sua, nee.
1 HAVE tliit-e-ienr-ol.l sadtlie pony, with
good sadille and bridle; will trade for
good five-passenger .Ford. Addresa 8. C.
HAVE brand new, high grade Lauter
piano to swap for good budding Itit.
Will pay cash dltference. 8. C. fci, care
HAVE several carloads of dry wood.
3ade tor lot or anything I can use.
AdtiiYs 8. C. Jt
)itttK AND F4DDI.E-I have liorw,
aadolv and bridle. Home will be 3 yrs.
Pkl this lall is 1.11,1 oroko and very
rmv 10 hai.iile No si'ara or bi,'inih- s.
ill stand uny tnsi e.-ium. W lit trails
?r soiui- mil! or veaiimas or Ford ruu
jOuI. a. C. i-t. Ba.
BWArrERS COLft N
INDIAN motorcyi lo and able car, 191 4
moKI with 11 improvementa Two
apn. mw tires, roll electric equipment,
Engine Just overhauled and In I er-
fect shape. One of the best kept outfits
In town. Cost new, including side ear,
tjssui. Will trade for or towards tori
or Saxon roadster, or similar linht car
good condition. Might consider other
swaps. Address 8. .'. U7, pee.
ONE light live-pasacnger touring car,
thoroughly overhauled and In first-clues
condition; will trade, for live stock. Ad
dress B. C 2", He.
I'lAN" 'l.' 't-i a sna" in f
of piano player, 60 rolla of flrst-claea
n us ft ... ,
piano. Swap for some good chickens or
cook stute, or tnmi i,ue youv o. C
PHYSICIANS set of lour leVilb!B"
atomisers and stand, like new, cost
about f; wlil trade for anything use
ful Address f C 1W. Pee
will exchanae meillcal
hooks and surgl -al Instruments for any
thing useful. Addresa 8. C. K2. Hee.
1'IANOS I have makes of high-grade
pianos, all new, which I got in deal.
Will swap for diamonds, renl estate or
new autoa. Addresa B. C. i:U1. Hee.
RI FLB WIN CI I KHTK R 723 automatic
repeater, with new rifle cse. etc. Cost
new over fJS.uO. Want (jietmaii auio-
1 graphic kodak, or will conaider anything
of equal value that 1 can use, for this.
aaareas h. j. za, yee.
R A D8TKK Specially built for speed
ster; In first-class condition; will trade
for yearling heifers or good milk cows.
Address 8. C. 2. Bee.
HOAD8TEK Light roadster, needs some
repairs; want id hand typewriter and
about $100, owing- to typewriter. Addresj,
8. C. 2fi. Kee.
KIFLB Winchester, 80-30 repeater with
gold front alght, In good condition, cost
when new about $15.0U, sight cost 12. SO.
Will consider anything of equal value
that I can use. Also single-barrel shot
sun: this Is a chean sun. hut a arriod one:
li gauge. Will trade this for anything I
can ue. Would like camera, postcard
sue, baseman preierrea. Address B. u.
2;iJ, care Omaha Hee.
SP E EDSTE R One classy apeedster. thor
oughly overhauled and painted; entirely
new tires, will stand any inspection. Will
trade for good Victxola. Addreas 8. C.
H.OuO STOCK of groceriea and queens
ward, new. In wholesale house, all clear;
for clear cottage. No fixtures. Address
B. C. 2M, Bee.
1000 SECOND NOTE for good up-to-date
oar. 8. C. 11, Bee.
12,000 STUCK Clothing, for clear Co tune,
e will trade 1500 to 11.000 lots for auto.
Addresa 8. C. 2il. Bee.
STANDARD Sewing Machine, good order,
for good oven' oil heater, wringer, or
what Have you? Address B. C. 23d. Bee.
61NOKR box: top sewing machine. In
fant's Iron bed, .88 blue steel revolver,
tennis racquet. Exchange for coal range
or Cole'a hot blast beater, or what nave
you? B. C. 24. Bee.
TO 8ELL or trade your shotgun or rifle.
See FRIEDMAN. 1211 Douglas.
TRUCK One-half ton truck, Interna
tional; good running order, for what
have youT Address 8. C. 261, Bee.
TWIN Excelsior motorcycle. Will trade
for horse. Phone 21613. Council Bluffs.
TYPEWRITER Underwood, visible; per
fect shape. Will trade this machine for
cabinet Vlctrola or amall Urafles camera
Address 8. C. 236, Bee.
WILL trade new Incubatcr, still In the
crate, for cook stove or range of equal
value. Address S. C. 1K7. Bee.
Apartmeata mma Flats. ,
The For Rent advertisement appearing
In the For Rent column of The Bee dally
cannot be beat for variety that will please
and fill the needs of any one desiring; to
rent. Phone Tyler HXtt
STEAM-HEATED. WINTER COMFORT.
FEW VACANCIES In these desirable
e-room. steam-heated, modern apartments.
Private hall, bath, range, free hot and
cold water. Janitor service; walking dla-
lance, on great norm travel.
T. J. HOOK. U01 N. 1STH 8T.
-,c.w ;, rrr
range for renting rooms. Close in. Mo.
ld-3 N. 17th, -r all modern apt-, li7.M.
.lm N-.. r: . teel fni..M
ve. kitchen Wnet water pal
RAbP BROS, Doug.l&3.
612 8. 27th St., 6-r. mod. flat, lower. 27.GO.
616 B. 27th St., -r. mod. flat, upper, tli,
These are good flats and rloee in.
C. O. CAR LB ERG.
813 Brandela Theater Bldg.
FOR RENT, 1126.00.
20-r. flat. 18th and Dodge. 1 block to
postofflce: directly across from Fonte
ne.le hotel. Will sell furniture.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO.,
D. 6013 17th and Douglas. o
ELEGANTLY furnished, quiet home, 2302
3-room apt in St. Clare. Tel. Har. 647.
13-ROOM modern flat. 2707 Dodge, $H7.WX
Key at Bommer Broe., 28th A Farnam.
EjSTA BROOK Court, new, modern, aan
Itary; near postofflce. O. P. Ktebbine.
7-R. APT., t baths, sleeping porch, large
room, beautifully finished, strictly up-to-date;
large porch in front; private; for
rent 0-t 1. t larlnda Apta. H. l&S. o
Board ait Hoosae.
Furnlsherl Rooms that offer every mod
ern convenience and comfort In private
families or boarding houses of the high
est clasa will be found in the Furnished
Rooms column of The Bee. Phone Tyler
A Room. $5.60. 2T43 Capitol Ave.
ROOM and board, steam heat; hot and
cold water. 4,60 to 16. 9 ft. 24th St
Neatly furnished rms. quiet home, break
fast If preferred- 1408 B. Mary's Ava
BOARD and roojnsW wk. fal4 Ixma as.
THE Chatham hotel for gentlemen. Rate
to permanent guesta. 110 a. utn. v. eva
Farnam St., ai07 .Mcely furntaned roouia,
steam heateu; close In. Dougias ITU.
SPECIAL LOW BATE8
TO PERMANENT UUEIT8.
HOTEL SAN FORD, lth and Farnam.
HOTEL HA RLE Y. loth and Farnam.
Under new management: large, neatly
furnished, warm rooms. 101 N. 18th St.
Capitol Ave., 2706, 2 rms. Bedroom and sit
ting rm. Br'kfast optional; rate reas'ble.
ST. MARY'S AVE., ixH Pleasant room
for gentleman: modern.
Furiii.shed or unf ui nUlied. 4-4 S. 2uth.
I RiX'MS. with alcove. n.i9 S. 34th St.
BACHELOR Apia.; i rms. 4 S. 2-;th St
Elegantly furnuihed rooms, eleam heat
hot and cold water; rates reasonable.
34 Case St.
LARGE, neatly furnished. 310 No. Mth!
4-It mod., hot water heat to adults;
ref. exchanged. 1311 S. loth Ave. T. W.
T ROOMS FURNISH HD.
An aJl-tiioUBrn house In West Farnam
dllrl. t. Rent 346 per month. Web. iw
Karalakee llunkreaU( Himhui,
Neatly furnl. h. k. room. Tyler 34oJ W.
3 or 4: furnished or not. j Howard.
4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, with bath,
newly renovated, use of telephone. Raul
111. inquire !Ji No. 2.1 h St.
MOD.. w., garage, (0. H S411 70T N. S3d.
a-ROOM cottaaa ia H. iHih St. Hi. Water
ONE 3-room cottat'o. r4l No. 1.3th Ave.
Inquiie next door north, city water,
mod.. t!l. 2611 I'ien-e. T. J40 W.
Ht)l'SE cf II large rooms, LliO 8. 11th St.;
'e. tile iitht and furnace; per mo.;
Tvi. Do.igU b'i or call at resiliency.
t-ROOM houae, all modern ex. apt heat
-.' 8.' lth St. I'hone liouglas 7soS.
3-R. cotlake. mod.; tU: dig S. 2mo ht
4-r. cot : U to colored: Ol I'aclile. Nice
i-r.. liasement: tv t Si PI, rce. lyler ai. l
r"HOOM. mod., new. oakflii"uh;" " blo. ki
Uoaniown; save car laie. lit 8. tti
Ave, J-u. .. mi 8. ith Ave., t ro -lua,
l.loUelu. t'- le quh k. Harney l.
C G.TIN V tU" ON "COLUMN"" S t V KN.
T1II3 I'AUaS. i
Ready Reference Directory
The following firms offer quality and expert service that
will pleaso ti e most critical:
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
REF.t) APSTRACT CO., oldest abstract
o. (h e In Nebraska. Hrandeis Thea.
Title Guarantee and Abstract
Co., a modern abstract offlca
16 B. 17th 8t. Phone D. WX7.
M. r. Bhafer St CoTth. Farnam. P. 747.
AM AT Kl II FI.MSItlSG.
FTLMS developed free If ptirchaeed from
Fhoto Craft Hhop, 416 Pee Hldg. DeptD.
E. A. DWORAK
ACCOUNTS AUDITED Books opened
nd closed. Cost system Installed. Let
me call on you to explain the advantages
ef my audit service eyetem. Address. 4.U
437 Ramge Bldg. Phone Doug 7
Everett 8. Dodds. I2 Paxton Plk. D. 11.
C T. Dickinson. Ell Paxton Blk. D. ISM,
WTT.T. N. JOHNSON. S. W. Cor. 14th and
Douglas. Douglas 4lf.
Powd Auction Co.. 1116-18 W.O.W. R. S2S1
AtrroMOBTT.n mutual insurancs
CO.. Douglas VII.
AUTO RADIATOR HKPAIR9.
Omaha Radiator Fep. Co.. fffW Far. D. tent.
Z. H. BFKDER, Vn N. lth.
U AT Its.
WOMEN onlv; vapor and electric hatha.
2121 Lake Pt. Phone Webster 1111.
BRASS AMD IRON FOUNDRIES.
Paxton-Mltchell Co.. r7th and Martha Bts.
OMAHA Agency Co., 112 Bee Bldg. Phone
CARPENTERI AND CONTRACTORS.
STEVENSON. 323 8. gd. Douglaa W30.
toseard A- Pon. lftns Cap. Ave. T. l3l
CHIROPRACTIC SPINAL ADJU'MTS
Dr. J. C. Lawrence. 1 Balrd Bldg. D. SitX
Dr. Ha yea, 3B8 Brand. Thea. Bldg. D. 4?6.
Carrie J. Buford, 30 Pax. Blk. Red 4M7.
COFFEE BY MAIL,
Pave money. Use better
UlIt:K corree. 15 lbs. high grade
ty parcel post, prepaid,
$3.50. W. A. Skalfe Co., Omaha, Neb.
CHAMBERS' academy, classic D. 1371.
FALL term open at Mackle'a. Doug. 5444.
GENETVTEVE HAUFLA1RE. Romo hotel.
28th and Farnam
Classes now open. Beginner Mon. and
Thur. Advanced Tuea High School
clasa Sat Private lessons. Harney 6143.
TURPIN S ACADEMT, 2Sth and Famam-
Olaases now open. Beglnnera Mondays
and Thursday; advanced Tuesdays: high
school clasa Saturdaya Private leaaona.
Tarry Dresamak'g college. ' 39th 4k FarnaaM
Clure'a Dresamkg. School. 2B2S California.
DRESSMAKING COLLEGB. .
Keurtera Draeamaklng Cot. 128 City Ka,
DYERS AND CLEANERS.
STATE Dry Clng. Co.. 120 N. 13th. D. 1071,
JAMES ALLAN. 813 Neville Block. Jrtn
dence secured in all casea Tyler 1134
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W.O. W. Bldg.
Pyorrhea, Dr. Tickles, 724 City Nat Bank.
Taft Dental Rooma. 1517 Douglas. P. 2184
DRUGS at cut prices; freight paid on tit
orders, catalogues free. Sherman 4k ato
Conneli Drug Co.. Omaha. Neb.
Continental Nov. Co.. U N. 18th. Terms
ELECTRIC MOTOR, REPAIRING.
CAHILL ELECT rTcCO Bee Bid. D 387
TJloa Atlender. Q4 Hee Bldg. Red
KVERVTHiNG FOR, WOMEN.
ACCORDION, aide, knife, sunburst, bo
pleating; covered buttons, all slsea and
styles; hemstitching, point edging. Em
broidery, beading. braiding, cording,
eyelet cut work, buttonhole, pennant.
Ideal meeting v.o.r w vwia on".
I'tRNACEi AND TIMWVHK.
HABERSTROTT. 4031 Hamilton. WaL 2971
BATH'S. florUta 1804 Farnam St D. tOOw,
U HENDBRSON, 1814 Douglaa. D. llol
Meuitxr Florist Telegraph Dot Ass a.
HESS 4k aWOBODA. 1418 rarnam St
A. PQNAOHUW. la Harney, r3oug. 100L
AM KNKFTK" :?0 Farnam. Re-T f34.
" GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
WB replate ererythlng of metal. Omaha
Plating Co.. 1-3' Harney Bt Eat liuS
English. French, lntructon. 305 LTrle Bid
JUSTICES OF TUK PlfiACtC.
H. M. CLAIBORNE. UI Paxton Blk. Red
T40L Nctary public, deposition aleno.
C. W. BR ITT. 301 Baker Block.
Language taught; privet or classes.
Formerly with Miss Fox. Open for bual
neaa; satisfaction guaranteed. 407 Pax. Bk.
"lighti.ng fix r t res, wiring.
DIjlMCTN Thomas. Dougls 251s.
k - twivl 21 Cuming St
LVK STOCK COMMISSION,
MARTIN BROS. A CO.. Exchange Bldg
Bargain In used ma. nines. Victor Hunt,
The Motorcycle Man." ZIM lavenworth.
MOVING PICTl'RB MACHINES,
OMAHA Film El., 14th end Doug. Mo
tion pictuse machine and fl m bargains
N OTTON . news cigars. andy VP Park.
JOSEPHINB ARMTRONO. Sit Bee Bldg
OC t LISTS.
Ee examined, glasses fitted, pay aa ymi
can lna McCartv. 1111 W. O. W. R,ig
D. O. Barnell Paxton Blk. Tel. Red TUt
H. A. Bturgea. t faVutL Theater Mlrfa
PAITI"ia AMD PAPERING.
HUGH M MANUS. 417 N. 40th. H. 1723.
PILLOWS AM) IIKUUI.NU.
OMAHA riLTXW CO.-Mattresseg made
to order or remnde. 117 Cuming. D. 147.
Dyed, made over. D. Elmle. 1118 Clly Nat
WATERPARNflART Ptg. Co.. qnalltf
printing. TeL Doug. I190. 624 S. 13tb 8t
CENTRAL PRINTING CO., DOUO. IT14.
POTTOLAB Printing Co Tel. Douglaa 44.
fTOVK AD rlH,Alli REPAIRS.
ALL RKPAIRS-Water fronts, furnace
oolia, etc. gul' k service. Omaha Ptove
nepair k, Uouglas St. Tyler 30.
AFK AD TIM H litK'K UlrKBIl
C A T7I7C h"1! repaired, comb.
llfO cnn''Kcd. F. E. Daven
lo,.t ,411,. rVndgef.yUiiBi.
8CALH REPAIR I ib7X
Cm. Standnrd Scale Co., S. 12th. D.2S11
FRIEDMAN BROS., ehoe repair. 211 8. 11
Harley ghoe JRprM Farn'm. R.344
TIT-. r1". repair, sell needles and
W C pat for wwlng macainea.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
16th and Hnrney. 1our1ss 1X
CARTER Sheet Metal Company. 110 . 10.
'OHE AND UKIHE FIXTURES.
DitK-; rle" howcases. hev.
ing etc. We buy, sell. Omaha Fixture
A bupply Co., 414-18-18 B. 12th. Doug. 2714.
OMAHA Towel Supplyl !07 S. Uth. D. 521
CHAS. C. LANDERYOU. lot N. 16th Bt
TRUNKS AND gtlTCASai.
rRELINQ ft BTE1NLB. Vf Farnam Bt
TVPKWH1TEKS oR RUNT.
R,,!'T Wvar typewriter 3 mo. for K
Oliver Typewriter Agency. IM Farnam.
BUTT'S Typewriter Exchange, tit 6. 181
St All makea for sale or reht
RENT a "Remington," not Just
writer. Low rent. Call Dougli
Chrlstiansef. 2d .1 Paxton Bk 1 yr. ex p.
Wedding announcements. Doug. Ptg. Co.
WINES AND LlttuuRS.
ALEX JETES. 201-3 S. 13th St Wlnea,
liquors, cigars. Plata dinners 11 to 3, lOc
HENBT POLIXJCK UUUOR HOUSES,
uin u wainoi Ave. en-cen( lunch.
PILES. FISTULA CURED.
Dr. IU. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula aaat
ether rectal diseases without aurgncal
operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write for book;
on rectal diseases with testimonials, nn
E. R. TARKV. 240 Bee Bldg.
RHEI'MATISM treated suo-eaaf ully. re
sults guaranted. Dr. Bowser. 314 Bee Bldg.
RHEUMATISM treated auocefully. re
aulta guaianteed. Dr. Bo.aer, 814 Bee Bldg.
RUPTURE cured in few daya without
pain. Call or write Dr. Wray. 80S Bee
Bldg. Omaha. Established 184. -e
lloaaes aad Cottaa;es.
6-R. and sleeping porch; new double house
at 80th and Dewey.
Walking distance, paved street, near
good school; rent 837.B0.
AMERICAN SECURITT COMPANT.
D. 8013. 17th and Douglas. o
FOR RENT 7-room house, located at Ml
j-sgaTBiiwurxn. imnt aio. weoater Zbeo.
NEW modern south side duplex etuooo
. u u... , a iwuia niiu imm, unn,
f.0O; 4020 casa Call morninga. Phona
4201 LAFAYETTE, 6 rooms, modern ex
cept heat; 3 car lines. 130. H. 8S90.
ONE BLOCK CUMINa. $18.00
(Or buy, $200 cash, balance like rent)
East front, corner, paved; U feet front,
four rooms down, 2 more up; water, gas.
ONE BLOCK 24TH LINE. 835. ..
East front, full two-story, square.
WEST DAVENPORT, $40.
Eight room and hall, hot water beat,
O'KEEFH BEA I ESTATE! CO,
IMS Omaha National. Doug. 2715.
$17 1721 LAKH rooma and bath.
20 2S63 Jones, t rooma and bath.
OLOVER ft SPAIN,
Doug. 8JW2. l City National. o
I-R. CotUge, 1041 80. 2Sd. $U 50. Tyler tin.
4-ROOM, nice home place, . Har. 2637.
I2 5r., all modern, paved atreet
t-e-r., new cottage, oak finish, South
3' -r., netvly papered, Bouth Side.
15 4-r., near car, school. South Side.
, $13 S-r., neur car, school. South Bide.
t't 4-r., electric light cement basement,
one-half block to car.
t iS 10-r. flat, modern, on car line, five
minute walk to Union depot.
$5 -r., furnished. West Farnam.
$l 7-r West Farnam.
$15 6-r. flat with bath and sleeping
porch, mo-Jem except for heat.
tl'5 Tn summer. $JC In winter with heat;
7-r., flat, modern. Hot water heat bath
and sleerlnir porch.
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY.
Douplne 5on. 17th and Douglas.
Ing, pack 11.-,
1713 Webster St
7-rooin modern house, 831 Seward.
$10 pit S. 2ih, 4 rooms.
$10 .! Clark, I room.
$14 1'mS N. 2"lh. 4 mis.. Inside toilet.
$2416 Capitol Ave.. 7 rooma. modern.
$ i7 Chicago. 8 rooms, modern,
it 1 NOW ALT. Brandt-la Theater Hldg.
FIDELITY &vtai -fjuHE
Phone Dovglaa 2SS tor complete list of
vacant house and apartmeia:. also for
S'otae. nioving. 1-itn ai;l Jackson Sta
Stores, moves, parks, ships; 8-horse van
and 2 men, fl g per hr. ; storage tl Per
r. to Satlsfacilo n guar. D. 4 as A Ty. 3-0.
Hfiimp Crelifh Bona A Co., H 'lldg.
EE tiie Cer.tral Furniture blur a i'HtLii
Exp. Co. moving,
parking A atorng.
l"7 a mam. D. i.
Gordon Van Co. Si J
ti N 11th St.
Tel DMor Har l f.
G'sil' auio aalea rooiu uu rarnam bt,
er r.aaonubi r; - 1 t,
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