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THE BEE: OMAHA
Want d received at any time, but to
Insure proper classification meet b rr
C ' rte1 befor 1J o'clock noon for evenlns
Dillon and 7:45 p. m. lor morning end
Punrisy nililon Want ads received after
urh hour will be under th beading,
-Too Lai to classify."
T-' CAKM RATES. .
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Oh tin. I rent a word.
vn consecutive times, ent no
ach Insertion. ...
Thr conwcutlvi times. It inU a
On tun. It cent a .
Count lis average worn to "
Minimum chare. 10 cents.
An advertisement Inserted to V"
ntil discontinued must b stoppd oy
written ordor. .
All claims for error must b rna
within fifteen fays sfter tbs lsst inser
ta of tea advrthement
You obji plaeo your w Tn
Boo by telephone.
TELEPHONE TTLHR 10CO,
CARD Or THARlCS.
WE wish to thank our trtenda and nlgh
bora. Camp Uu, M. W. A., and Lnmn
Pacific employe for tba sympathy shown
a In tha sickness an, death of our bua
and and father: alio for th beautiful
floral offerings and services rini'
MRS. A. DUNCAN AND FAMILY.
Wo wish to thank our friends for their
kindness and sympathy ahown ua In tha
and bereavement and loa of our beloved
aimer and aunt. Mrs. Urns Peterson, also
tor th beautiful floral tributes.
C. H. 8 PUNTER, , ..
MR. AND MRS. BBN W. SMITH.
ItfK dealro to express our sincere thanks
to our friends who so kindly assisted us
through the sickness and death, of our
beloved mother, Mrs. Marjorl MeWll
Bams; also tor th many beautiful floral
ScOTTVwTL,MAMS AND FA MILT.
ODD FELLOWS HESPERIAN ENCMP.
All members of Odd Fellows' lodge No
and Hesperian Knrampinent No. 1 are
requested to attend th funeral of Brother
W. W. Henderson Tuesday, Octobor 26.
at 1:80 p. m. from Johnson A Swsnson
. ndrtaklng parlors. Xrt Cuming street.
O. W. CARMAN, Noble Grand.
DU.ATHI AND rUAbHAL NOT IV to
.TONES M. C. aged 7 years.
Burial eervlr will be held at th First
Baptist church. Twenty-ninth and Har
ney aire1, Sunday afternoon at a o clock
, Interment, Forest Lawn cemetery,
O'CONNELL Lenora, aged 74 yars. Bh
Is survived by three daughters, Mrs. 8.
O. Walker, Mr. C, i Field of Tacoma.
Wash.; Mrs. O. II. Bell of Tacoma, and
on eon, E. P. O'Connell, Denver. Colo.
Remains will be ahipped from residence
ef Mrs. Walker, 2631 Davenport, to Bloom.
: BTRJfES Mr. Catherine, beloved wlf
of John F. Byrnes, October 34, aged (1.
" Funeral from family residence, 6u3
orth Thirty-second street, Tuesday at
S:20 a, m., to Ht. Cecelia's pro cathedral
at a. in. Interment Holy Sepulchre
BIRTHS AND DEATH.
Births James ar1 Trsa Benak, 8SI
. fouth Twenty-fourth, South Bide, gtrU
" Valentin and Mrle Buglowlcs, 41 South
' Twentieth. South Bid, girl; Charles and
Oolden Crocker, Jfil4 D, girl; John and
- Ipnlsl Davla, North Thirteenth, boyj
Xrgyl and Vaccllla Fatlmaa, lb M. girl;
Carl and Catherine Fisher, S2Q M Hilary
'' avenue, girl: Alois and Anna, Kovanda,
H1 South SlxteenUit South Side, girl;
n, , 1- 1 . XT MM V
X Dill ing i iw 1 1 Jim n.uvtiHi. wv
bov; F. P. and Joaeohln Miller, U38
; North Twenty-third, South Bid, boy;
Paul U and Ella R. Mitchell. V North
Twentieth, boy; Morris and Louis
' Strauss, 2412 Bt. Mary's avenue, boy;
John and Mary Zlch: Vaclav and Mary
Zahradnlcek, 307 North Eighteenth, South
...flldo, girl. .
Deaths Robert Iwler, 8, BIO Jeffer-
r';wn: Loretta Johnson, , wf M; Mary E.
i Mwk, 56, 1514 South Twent y-elglith ; Au-
-'"Ifust Oaidl. 7. 72S Ohio; Helen C, Ra
tnussen. 46. Jft' North Eighteenth,; Mary
Vorlcek, M, 11 South Fourteenth; Clyd
Baker, I, Thirty-fourth and Meredith;
Hasel Frelr. 17. hospital; Maxjorl lo
Wtlllama, Ml, n Chicago
M 4RRIAUD LICENSES.
Th following couples war t anted,
tlcens to wed todayt
' Nam and Residence. Age.
Alva, E. Jones. Kste Park. Colo 87
. June Pinna. San Dlogo, Cal i-
Samuel Webster, Omaha tt
Iura Morris. Omaha,. SS
Leslie Ira Ostrander, Brooklyn II
Isabel! Crosier. New York S
' Delmer E. Carroll. Bt. Louis 14
Kathrlns A. Caff ray, Columbus, Neb... 14
' Raymond N. Weavr, Boon. Is V)
Ida Fay Blinker, Colorado Springs.... 17
Wsrrcn E. Jennings, Lincoln M
luclle C. Reed, Lincoln 19
yviward O. Neafus, Omaha II
Grae Reese, tmaha 13
HI iLDING PERMITS.
First Trust company, I72J St, Maryg
venue, repairs, 2,Fi: Elsasser Brothers,
floan South Twentieth, machine, 1,600;
3. W. Bobbins, brick stores, Km0.
EMPRESS. 15th & DOUGIAS
Hesrat-Sellg No. 74.
1-ililan's Husband, S-rl VitSsraph.
Tti Vultur. Btograph.
U. Billy, fiheasman, Easanay.
'Rlck Lady Friend," 4-part fare
drama, adapted from the Saturday
Evening Post story, by Charles E. Van
loan. Th Conscience of Juror No. lu,
2- act drama, and a special selected
GRAND. 16T11 AND B1NNBY.
Mutual Weekly, No. 41. Th Terror of
. Twin Mountains, l-rel drama. George
Orey. In Aided by th Movies. 1-rceL
finalise or luck, i uo oomeay.
OTUUOP, :4TH AND LOTUROP
Bv stxclal request, w ar repeating
Mary Pickford's mastrplc, "Tess of
. tii ptnrm country.- it you missea
. Hits Uifor. you now have another
chance. On day only.
APPOLO. 2814 LEAVENWORTH.
Ambushed, t reels, featuring Francis X.
Bushman. Bark to th Priinttiv. Vita.
Th Old n1 th isew, Illopraph.
William Fo presents Theda Kara, In
"The Devil's Daughter," a modern so
HK.SSIT, 24TH AND N
. GOLD ROOSTER
' Tie Spender. In 6 reels Cefrg Prober.
James Mi.-Csue. Ssm Ryan, Alma Mar
tin, Paul Panaer.
TL.dy iri r J. Itufus Walllngford
P-'ture. in addition to regular pro
4TK AND M.
The Tl'a llrt. drama. Dicky's
Im-ijVm; Dachshund, drain. S Amer
ica K111L Alias Jainss, C&auffeur,
First of J. Rufua Walllngford picture.
14TH AND LOTHROP.
Mary plckforrl's masterpiece, ' Teas
th Storm Country."
MONROE. 266b FAHNAM.
William Fox presents Theda Bars. In
"Th Devil's Daughter," a modern so
EXERCISE at ? M. C. A. Busln mea
Unclaimed third and fourth class mall
To b sold, on parcel at a time, to th
Auction starts at promptly 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, Wednesday, Oct 27th,
and will continue till all la sold, which
will take about t days.
Pal takes place In th Poetoffle Cor
rldor. Th parcels will be on display Monday
and Tuesday for your Inspection.
JAMES L. DOWD,
JOHN C. WHARTON,
Whenever you r considering selling or
buying a used car and you want full
value for your money or you want people
who are willing to par lor what they are
getting you will have no regret If you
buy or advents through thn used car
oolumn of The Be. Pl.on Ty'r lflOO.
l MILKS of mileage In your old Urea
(Rebuilt). Send tom to DUO TIRE CO.,
Wl Chicago Ht
NKHRAHKA Buti-k Service Station.
Farnam St. Phone Douglas 721.
1100 REWARD for any magneto we can't
repair. Colls repd Baysdorfei. 310 N. lith.
WrTfurnlsh first claaa housework girls,
maids, cooks waitresses and help of all
kinds for hotels snd private families.
International Emp. Office, ldlj Cass.
In first class condition; new tires. For
sale cheap. Smith A Deafner Oarage, 8U
S. 24th Ht. Phone Douglns 4700. '
AUTO, cloarliig house. Huy, sell and em
change ue'd cara. JJf9 Farnam. D. Hi.
FOR BALE Cadillac, 40 H. P.; In splen
did condition. Phon Tyler 1111
Classy roadster. 2M. Tel, Col fan gs.
Overton's for leaky' radiator, 60c. dealers,
or by mall lwft-4 Ave.. Co. Bluffs, la.
Roadster for sale, 0. Phone Web. K4t.
Industrial Uarag Co.. ItOtb A Haruoy Bis.
If your Business Cbanc wtll stand
rigid Investigation anu is )uat what it Is
advertised, or It you are looking to start
in business for yourself you will hs per
fectly satisfied 1 you us th Business
Chance column of The Be. When buy
ing or selling a business Plion Tyler lQOui
TO BELL or buy a
Busch A Borghoff, Frenser Blk.
FOR HAl.lv only blacksmith shop in
town: machinery Is all run by power.
Ditto Bros., Brsdy, Neb.
BARGAIN, best paying modern commer
cial hotel In northeast Neb.; !1 rooms;
furniture; long lease JIM WRAY,
SECRETS of the grain business; fit you
for pooltlon of manager at a salary of
ftao to $1,800 per year. Particulars free.
Writ quick. Western Uraln Syndicate,
TO GET in or out ot business oall on
OANOE9TAD. 422 Bee Bldg. Doug. S477.
A 10-ROoM, nicely furnished rooming
house, full all the time, for sale at a
bargain at sc'l Howard St.; owner leav
ing city. a2l Howard nt.
RESTAURANT equipment, complete, for
sal at a bargain. See these at lsug
THEATERS Buy. leas or sell your th.
atar, machine and supplies through
Thester Exrh. Co.. 140 Farnam. !, 1KT.
II, (KX) EQUITY in property renting for 111
per month, for land, lots, acreage or
Interest In busineas. Box 7W, Omaha.
I HAVE a position open In my busi
ness for a young man who can glv
me his services and mk an In
vestment of fxoo. I will pay a good
salary and interest on bis invest
ment. Bog K M. Re.
6EK Omaha Theater Supply Co. for bar
gains in estanusneq snows, u. wm.
WANTED Toung man as partner In my
store: win guarants over lioo a month;
Investment of tudO required, secured.
Bos L M0, Bm.
1F YOU have sales ability and a Ford
car, you will profit by calling or ad
dressing 114 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
MILLINERY and ladles' ready-to-wear
store. In best town In western Ne
braska, population 2.000, only millinery
ator In town, all new stuck, best of
reasons for selling, last year s Business
KS"0. Mrs. Catherln tlerbolshelmer,
it-KouM hotei, clearing over SJ60 a
Room 4". Be Bldg. P. 47T.
CIOAR and confectionery etore: excellent
location: a snap; tl.tm. Another dandy
place for two.
Room 412 Be Bids. O. 1477.
GOOD restaurant for sale
cheap; down town district
Apply to Dave, 1611 Leaven
$2,000 FOR BUSINESS
Competent young man wants a work.
ng Interest In good honorable business;
oest rererences. Aaares k z, rie.
HMMlug Hums fur Sal.
MUBT sail this week, cheap, with terms,
a It-room boarding house. Phon Red.
The VAN SANT SCHOOL
Day School for Touec Women.
Evening Mchovl for Young atea and
Saturday morning class to typewriting.
Ion C. Duffy, Owner and Manager,
204 Be. llth Bt. Omaha.
SAVE MONEY ON COURSES.
For sal, with good reason for railing.
variety Of course in a reliable Nu.I.
tie School, on of the leading business
college of Omaha. Will b sold vers
raonabl"away balow rnlar h,i.
If you ar considering taking a course
Investigate this at one, since Fall Una
pesinu soon, yaw ornos. Omaha B.
Every day 1 enrollment day. Book
keeping, fchorthead, btenoiypy. Typewrit
ing. Telegraphy, Civil Service all Com
mercial and Eiigllah branchea. Catalogue
Uth and Harney Sts.
Tel. Douglas 1'&
Boyle Bldg. 11. D. Ij. Omaha. ,Nal.
FOR sale, th following schoiarliips in
a first class Omaha Lusineas t,olloe-
On unlimited coinblnalion busineas
nd rhorthand cours.
On unlimtteo stenographic course.
On thres-tuouUis' buauieas or steno
Will b oid at a discount at th ot:io
Of Tb Ontaba .
FRT lady atenosrapher will take
purlia; shorthand, touch typewriting,
spelling and punctuation tanght. Indi
vidual instruction. :' Douglas Bt Tel.
FOR 8 ALU
FOR 8AI.B Here la a ciaasm cation that
Is of th utmost Importance to every
reader, as this column offer some excep
tional opportunities every day and
Small want ad will sell your article at Its
full value. Phone Tyler I'KVl
Farnlt are, lleaaekold f...ola, Kf,
BARHMNK IN FCRNITURE AND
HARDWARE, 1 N. TH. WEB 107.
tiAS HANtIB, nearly new. Wh. f37
1)oc1-c bought and sold. J. C. Red.
Lt'SUb )yij Fsrnsm St. Douglas 614A.
BANQUET steel range. -hole, 14. 1014 N.
Mth St., Benson.
FOR SALE) 1 base burner, used I winters.
In gol ronnuHn. alnut liPih.
1IAPF". burner for sale, rheap, Wal. if.
FARM wagon, ; harness, !: both
new. Johnson-Ltnforth Co.. 19th and
HEAVY team and harness, wagon and
coal bos. Harney J41.
Poaltry, Kmmm Ml ftapptlea.
MXD grain. 10u lbs. 11.71. Wagner, SOI N il
Pnaltrr, Kstge and gappllra,
TEREOTYPr: matrices raeks th best
and chsspest lining for poultry houses.
They are 17xM Inches, stronger and raori
durable than tarred felt and practically
(reproof. fM a nu no rea at i n i oitira.
Phon D. t!4T.
MONARCH, No. 2, visible, Ilk new; bar
gain. 1. I4. I r 1 1 lXMise St., room K
TYPEWRITERS sold, rented, repaired.
Central Typewriter Ec. 1W, Farnam.
FOR SALE New and second-hand carom
and pocket billiard tables and bowling
alleys and accessories; bsr fixture of all
kinds; easy payment Th Brunswick-Balke-Collender
Co.. 407-409 B. 10th St.
RELIANCE Ribbon and Carbon Co., car
bon paper snd Inked ribbons. D. 3242.
On account of going south
for the winter, I will sell my
choice collection of Oriental
Mrs. W. C. Sunderland,
1S4 S. 15th Bt ' TL Harney net.
FOR BALE CHEAP
Business College Course.
Furl snd complete scholarship In on
of th best Omnha business schools.
Good reason for sailing; perfectly relia
ble; worth full price, but will bo oll
very reasonably. If Interested investigate
at once, becaus fall term begins soon.
Thar ar variety ef courses for sal.
For particulars Inqulr at th offic of
Th Omaha Be.
"BILL" SUNDAY TABERNACLB
Sheeting, shlplap, doors. 1 carload, I
ply roberog, fot. a square, 200,00, ft. ot
lumber, lib to tV, dimensions 2xA. 2x,
2x, 10; toilets. 5 to III) each; brick, IT,
8x3 story, upright fir escapes 160 each.
Tel. Red (217-Cliria. Jensen 404 No. 14th
Oolden West Whisky, full
arts bottled In bond, Pr-
pald. Caekley Broa.. Omaha.
CARPENTER tools, shovola, sledge s,
picks. Jackscrews, 10 penny match vend
ing machines, too each. Horse, harness,
wagon, $100. On eletrlo piano.
J. C. IHH.
10" . th Bt Harney M.
I electrlo motors. Room a, Be Bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Clerical n ' Of tie.
WANTED An experienced girl for So
ral housework; no washing, good
references required. Mrs. M. B. Newman,
it0 Howard. Phon Harnay M.
D1CT. OPR. A 8TENO
WATTS REF. CO., -40-41 Brandels Th.
YOUNO lady for cashier In wholssal a
tabllshmont: must hav some experi
ence in keeping cash book and stenog
rarhy; position permanent; applications
to be mad In longhand, giving age. ex
perience and raferenc. Address B 40,
A areata ad ! wmem.
WANTED Competent lady, to solicit and
collect In South Omaha; small bond
required. Apply 133 Brandels Th. Bldg.
Paetory sg TrmAr.
WANTEI Housekeepers, maids, house
work girls, to to 17 wees ; cooks and
chambermaids tor hotels and private f am
ies, international fcmp. virtce, iuj caas.
OIRI. to learn halrdressln. Oppenhelra.
HnwkHMX a Oassesttes.
THE Servant Girt Problem golved. Tb
Be will run a servant Girl Wan tea Ad
Fit KB until you set th dslrd results.
This applies to residents ot Omaha, South
Omaha and Council Bluffs. Bring ad to
Th Be office or telephone Tyler lOuO.
WANTED A competent girl for general
nouaeworK. jno wasmng. vui Dewsy
v. tel. Mar. isza.
WANT Ell La dv to help with hous
work. Call Douglas t.
WANTED Girl tor general housework;
small famtiy; no wsehing; good wages
Reference required. 717 Park Av.
WANTED Girl to aaslst with housswork
and car for small child; on attending
scnooi ni oay preisrrea. rnon uaroey
WANTED Girl for housework: no wash
ing or cooking. Tel. Walnut 117.
VaNTED Olrl for nral housework:
two In family. Call Douglas sis befor
10 a. m. and after 7 p. m.
HELP WANTED Competent girl tor
general housework, family of two, nice
room with private bath, pay $7, Must b
competent Phon Harney, 46U. 100$ So.
WANTED Competent girl for gnral
housswork. S-'4 Farnam Bt Tel. Har. 862
W ANTED A girl for general housework.
J. Alderson. 8f4 Bt. Mary's A vs. Ty. ll.
YOUNG coupl with baby want girl or
woman for general housework. No fam-
fly washing, swig Sward St. Wal.
W A N TED Girl fur general houaeworkT
$7 per wsvk, laundras kept Ht Caaa
VANTkI A girl or elderly woman to
help with light housework for room
and board: contpanloa for an alderly
Isdy, on In family; do wages expected.
274 Grant. Webster 2186.
WANTED Experienced girl for general
housework, two In family. Harney luuA
1? B. th St.
WANTED A good girt for general
housework. Call Har. 304! or Har. IJ..
WANTED Competent maid for general
housework; good wag; small family.
11 S. Sl'd Av. Har. $-.
WANTED-Kxperleni-ed cook; I In family;
references iviyiro. m m. tn Mt. II suio.
WANTKD Girl for general housework;
essy piac. Harney e74.
WANTED-Glrl for general housework
Good home for right party. No cook
ing. 1.6 No, Hh St.
WANTED A girl for general housework
liar. :i4. Bo. Silh Ave.
WANTED WOMAN Government clerk
ships. Writ Immadiatsly for details.
Franklin institute Dpt aA H. Kochsstsr,
HELP WANTED FEMALE
YOCNO women romlr.g to Omaha ss
s'rnnsers sr Invited to vleit me Yning
Women's Christian association building
at St. Mary s Ave. and 17th St.. wher
Ihey will be directed to suitable boarding
Mince or ot here lee itselsted. !.ook for
ir travclerV gulo at I'nlin srntlon.
8TENO., state experience. r lo. Bee.
HELP WASTED MALE
Clerical na oftlrr.
STF.VO.. r.'. Compt. npcr.. '.
WATTS HF.F. !.. M-4 1-4? Brand. The.
FrFNnORAPUF'lt, rA Bkpr..".V).
BUSINESS MEN'S R EFEH K N'"K ASS N,
IVW Woodmen of World.
ORIGINATORS. NO FILINO FEE.
Beat commercial positions.
R OG ICRS RE F. CO.. R4' Paxton Block.
HIGH-4JRA D!"" commercial positions.
WEST. REFERENCE BOVD ASSN,
7ft Oioalia Nnt. Tank Bldg.
WANTfcD High class, experienced man
to manag district and sell monthly
payment accident and health 1nuranc
for large old line company. Top com
mission contract with an allowance for
tlx months will b mad. Only men of
strictest Integrity and those who can
produce result need apply. Here Is sn
opportunity to secure a high class con
nection. Surety bond required. Write,
giving ago, qualifications, phone and
street address to Box L 235, Bee office.
Agjents, salesmen and Solicitors.
MONEYMAKERS' GUIDEBOOK MAGA
ZINE, 2c postpaid; enlightens you
richly. New Century Supply, lies Moines,
Town. Advertising rate, in word.
STATE innnuger; also four honest edu
cated men to sell hlgh-clas religious
spoelalty; position permanent. State 'age.
and former occupation, also phone num
ber. K Wfi, Bee.
TRAVELING lalmmpn of experience as
stat managers for a Detroit manufac
turing company, one accustomed to look
ing after men. Ask for J. Park Smith,
AGENTS Several of our list of 6 mnll
order house w.tnt Nebraska names;
particulars fre. Taliaferro Co., Fort
COAL agents wsnted In every town; net
a trial car. I. M. Cox. No. Platte. Neb.
Factories and Trades.
LEARN th bsrber trade by our sys
tem of expert Instructions and free clinic.
Positions waiting. Call or write for cnta
logue. Omnha. Neb., A. B. Molor, Pres.
ALL around hard goods and fudge man
to work night shift of ten hours; saliry
7l per week. Writ Slfera Candy Co.,
WE need men; had o turn down two
, U h I. t .. . .. 1 .. . . H. 1 .... V. ..
jvu, iti w Tim ini. 1 1 . ... , ' ' 11
our method; get one of these Jobs. Cata
logue D. is. tree. NehrasKa AutomoDii
School. 240. Leavenworth St.
ABLE-BODIED MEN for tlremen,
brakemen. tl20 monthly. Railway, T
S6, Be o.
LEARN THE BARBER TRADE.
Trl-Cltv Barber cnlleae: low rate tuition.
tncludlng set of tools; wages paid; elec
trlo massage, nyarauuo chairs; catalogue
free. 1124 Douglas St.. Oiuaha.
Drug I'tnre Snaps, jobs Kneist,
WANTED 60 laborers. 12 W) day.
Job. Intemotlonal Emp. Office, 1612 Cass.
WANTED Railway mall clerks; $75.00
month. Omaha examinations coming.
Sample nuestlons free. Write Immedi
ately. Franklin Institute, Dep't 221 II,
Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED-Caller to assist flashlight
pnotographer. Apply Savoy hotel, room
WANTED Cordon feeder. Room i. Be
GOOD MEN WANTED
at one to learn auto work to
fill positions which we have open
right now and are waiting for com
petent men. Learn by our system
of actual work on auto, tractors,
else, starting sys. Fre catalog
AMERICAN AUTO COLLF3E.
J068 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb.
I HAVE! a position In my business
for a young man who can give m
his service and make an investment
of $00; I will pay a good salary and
interest on his Investment. L IW,
WANTED Men to try examinations for
government Jobs; 170 month; common
education sufficient. Apply Immediately.
Y t. Be.
WANTED Man to milk in small dairy.
Address 103. Red Oak. Ia.
I MONTHLY for man to manage
branch oftice. eastern Nebraska: siiihII
Investment for fixtures. Address E. N.
Cook, Dea Moines, Ia.
WANTED Young man as partner In
my ator; will guarantee over 11(0
a month; Investment of (000 required.
J 17. Bee.
MALE AND FMMAtg,
WE want (.000 men and women In th
next thirty days; live wire partners In
vary town and city to help ua handle
our fast increasing real estate and gen
eral agency bualnes. W will share
enormous profits with thos who will
Join us now. You receive a life member
ship. Writ today for fre particulars. B.
V. Loos Co., Des Moines. Is. o
WANTED Msn or woman to put out
feather ventilators. Writ for sample
and particulars by mall, 10c. L 8. Har
den, Hotel Neville, Omaha.
DON'T quit your Job yet, look beyond It;
f.mpioy spar tun Mtaoiisning a cir
cular mailing bureau many successes,
why not your Our copyriKht mailt is in
structions mak sverythlng plain Post-
paiq Direct Kale Co.. Quiney, 111.
WANTED Married couple to take care
of children for turn. room. Doug. fcJ6.
MAN AND WIFE wish position as cars
taker ot residenc. club, apartment or
rooming house: trustworthy. Industrious,
long experience; b.-st of reference; city
or out v C. MltclZll, Ills Chicago. Phon
YOUNG man with 4 months' experience
as barber, wishes position where he can
finish learning trad; will work for small
wage. A. A. Hlrsch, 61$ 8. 16th St. Apt.
7, or call Doug. Kurt.
A POSITION on stock farm by a mar
rled man; good man; good habits; thor
oughly acquainted with th hors busi
ness; can give reference from th best
men In Lexington, Ky. Address T Hi. Bee
POSITION aa housekeeper or chamber
maid, apartment or rooming house,
trustworthy; Industrious and neat, long
experience; beat of references; city or
out Laura Johnson, Ills Chicago Bt. Tel.
COUPLE without children would like
work on farm; for elderly folks, or
bachelor, or widower. Address Y 112,
POSITION wanted by young lady ste
nographer; on year's sprlnc.
WANTED Position as housekeeper by
colored lady, good reference. Tel. Doug
EXPiLlUliN'CED bookkeeper and
lector, W year experience in city;
furnish references; now employeo,
wish to change. Webster 273.
STENOGRAPHER with some experience
wishes a position. Call Benson 1.
BOOKKEEPER with several years' ex
perienc. wholesale and retail, desires
postilion. Can accept employment any
tint. Red 47. .1 St. Mary' Av.
LiNoTYPE operator wants country sit
uation on No. or No. I machine; com
petent to car for either model; 200 lines.
g point, per pour. Aoorea 1 n, oe.
YOUNG man. with good commercial edu
cation. , wants to learn Hanking busi
ness, country bank preferred; alngle.
now employed; references. Address x
SITUATION wanted In gents' furnishings
ator by well experience,! young man
Single; now employed, but deaires a
change; references Adlress T 111 Bee.
MIDDLE-AGED Isdy. competent and re
liable, desires ignition as housekeeper
In family of two. child's nurse or second
maid; no laundry work: re I ere nee ex
changed. Call Web. tax
littPB'TAHLK German woman, experi
enced In city and country housekeeping
wishes position as housekeeper or plain
coos, or cay worn; city preierrca. v.
Nan .. 11)1 U K. llth
WANTM Position as steam fireman,
hotel clerk or all around house and yard
man. Call F. W. Carter, Phone Douglas
YOUNG laJy wlshea position as nurse
maid or to assist with housework, or
both. Phon Wal. 1.
EXPERIKNCr I), accurate Isdy stenog
rapher desires position in office; com
rr.erclnl education; references. V. F.,
phone fiom-'liis f,2.T .
WANTED Position as steam fireman,
hotel clerk or all around house snd vsrd
man. Call F. W. Carter, phone D. 7Wi,
LOST AND FOUND
Lost or Found ads in Omaria's Lost and
Found mediums mean the Immediate re
turn or that article If advertised In Th
Be. Oe Lost and Found paper
SMALL Shnners' pin; reward. Mrs. Mun
ger. Hotel Harley.
OMAHA A COUNCIL BLL's'KS STREET
Persons having lost soin article would
do well to call up the office of th
Omnha A Council Bluffs Street Railway
company to ascertain whethor they left
It In th street or.
Many articles each day ar turned In
and the company Is anxious to restore
them to the -igntful owner. Ca'l Doug.
and no questions asked for return of box
tsken from porch at 11J4 Georgia Ave.
Address H. C. Hall.
Lost a la rue hairpin set with brilliants. ;
1'hone Web. 4. Reward.
LOST Ijidles' monh bag, containing keys
and change, near 2Hth and Farnam; re
ward. I'hone Harney 22S3.
.' SI BhCKIFTlONS EARNS U000
For the Invalids' Pension association.
Tha Ladies Home Journal. $1 .60; Satur
day Evening Post, 11.60; Country Gentle
man, tl.00. 400 needed In October. Your
order or renewal oontrlluitea 60 cent.
Pleee phone Douglas 713 or address,
GORDON, The Magaxine Man, Omaha.
YOUNG Women coming to Omaha aa
strangers ar Invited to visit 'he Young
Women's Christian association building
at 17th St. and St. Mary's Ave., wher
they will ht directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise asslxted. Ixjok for
our travelers' guide at the Unls.i station.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home So
licits your jid clothing, rurnitura, maa
tlnes. We collect. We distribute Phon
Doi.tilns 4136 and our wagon will call.
Call and Inspect our new home, JilO-1112-1114
C. E. M. Th folks want to hear from
you. Write or telegraph. M.
Suits, gowns and remodel
ing at reasonable prices,
ANNA SISTEK, l City
National Bank Bids
YOUR furnace cleaned, SI; work guar
anteed. Central Tin Shop. Doug. 4584.
- Wanted to Swap. Why not advertise
something that you no longer have any
use for and get something you really
need? It costs you nothing to Join the
Swappers' club and you will find It lots
of fun swapping things. Writ Room 104,
Bee Bldg.. or phone Tyler 1000.
AUTOMOBILES For other automobile
bargains see tba "Automobile" classifi
cation. AUTOMOBILE Exchange big 6-paasen-ger
car for good lVs-ton auto truck. Joel
NilBon. Alcester. S. D.
AUTO Light weight. 1916 model, perfect
shape, fully equipped, new Urea, to
swap for four or flv-passngr car.
Address II. C. 332, Be. tf
BASEBURNER, medium six, to trade
for sectional bookcase, chiffonier or
anything of equal value. Address 8. C.
CEMENT BRICK MACHINE I hav a
hand S-brtck machlna In th best of
condition. Just the thing for making brick
for small bulldlnRS and repair work. Will
swap for chickens, or what have "OUT
Address B. C. 841. Bee.
42 Dumbbells, new, weight 1H pound;
also one 4-liole range, new, burns either
wood, coal or oil. with or without oil
burner. To trade for what hav you? S.
C. 843, Bee.
ELECTRIC AUTO HORN Motor driven,
vibrator type; cost $10.00. Will swap
for assortment of late Edison (Amberol)
records. Address S. C. 833, Bee. . tf
PRESTO TANK Style "B," with gas
regulator, for an 80 a. h. storage bat
teryln good condition. 8. C. 839, Bee.
GARDEN TOOLS Spade, 2 shovels. 2
rakes, ho and grass knife, to trad for 4
mlnut Edison records, or anything. Ad
drees B. C. 834, Bee. tf
GUN Single shot, 16-gaugo gun for .22
callber Dlstol or revolver: 840 violin and
k$10 for 14-carat diamond. 8. C. 331. Be.
LAW BOOK 3 for trade. 25-volume set of
American-English encyclopedia of law
for a good shotgun or small diamond ring.
SINGER sewing machine; drop head; ia
good condition, for a good heating stove,
or what else hav youT Address 8. C,
330. Be oflic.
PIANO What hav you clear to ex
change on a new Standard piano. Ad
drens g. C. 844. Bee.
SHOW CASES and all fixturea ot a
millinery ator for what hav you?
S. C. S3 Be.
O.NK gold plated Cone slide trombone,
6's-lnch bell, In plush lined case, never
used, cost $110, to swap for anything of
use around n restaurant, or a diamond,
dress 8. C. 846. Bee.
$600 HANO to trade for a lot, diamonds
or what have you 7 Call D, 6964, or ad
dress B. C. 846. Bee
b'HOB repair buainess, latest machinery.
for oale. or win iraae ror tignt auio or
team, wagon and harneas. Address J.
D. Ford, 11 Z2d St., Kearney, NeD.
STNOTYPE Practically new stenotype
used on month; leaving city, must dis
pose of It at once. What hav you 7 Ad
ores cv c. mo, nee.
TO TRADE A library table or sewing
machine tor a gas range, is aw.
TROMBONE On gold plated Conn slldo
trombone, "-incn neii, in piusn nnea
case, never used, cost $110, to swap lor
anything of use around a restaurant, or
a diamond. B. C. 83S. Boe.
TO SELL or trad your shotgun or rlfla
He FKircuM AN. 1Z11 DOUgia.
WHAT have you that Is worth $5,000 that
you will swap lor a ousiness tnat you,
can sit at your desk and mak $160 a
month without any worry T 1 am doing
It and you can too. Will swap at Invotcs
price and must do It at one on account
of tailing health. This Is a chance for
soma one to get a Duainess mat win pay
the year around and get It worth the
money. c.ive run particular in nri
letter. Address 8. C. 342, Bee.
WISH to trails new Kexnor gas healer or
china painting lor Doy s Dicycia. t. c.
Apartiutals aud Flat.
T-R. APT.. 2 baths, sleeping porch, large
room, beautirrlty finished, strictly up.
to-date; large porch In front, privets; for
rent now. ciartoa Apia rt.
Th For Rent advertlaement appearing
In th For Rent column of Th Be daily
cannot be beat for variety that will please
and fill tn neeas or any on oemring to
rent. fnons lyice lew
EI .KG A NT, ( rooms with 2 baths; $ ex
Also 4 rooms; all modern. New
VERY choice 4 or S-rooro. steam-heated
apartment on "est Farnam street
JOHN V. BOBBINS. la2 Farnam St
ONE 4-room and one ft-room
Hamilton. Dotmlas 2540.
6T. CLAKH 24th and Harney Sts.,
pleaeunt anertment. Tl Harney t47.
UNUSUAIJY desirable H-r. coiner apt
fine yard. 4032 Hard $3". Wal. Sm
211! Cliicaso, T-r.. imxlern. Tel. Doug. 7565,
New 6-room brick flat, strictly modern,
UP-to-dale. lfH N. 2th St., 8J0.
MADS A. HANSEN, McCague Bldg.
THE HELEN, Harney St. Very
choice 4 ana a-room aparimen'a in close
In fireproof building. Call Doug. 70.
Hssr4 a. a SLomwmm.
Furnlshad Booms that offer svery mod
ern convenlenc and comfort In Prlvat
families or boarding houses of th high
est class will be found tn tbe Furnished
Booms column of Th Bee. Pnon Tyler
(CONTINUED ON COLUMN SEVEN,
Ready Reference Directory
The following firms offer quality and exjiert service that
will please the most critical.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
REED ABSTRACT CO , oldest abstract
effir In Nebraska. 2" Prandets Thea.
Title Guarantee and Abstract
Co., a modern ahstract office.
S. 17th St. Phone D. 547.
E. A. DWORAK, C. P. A.
4SS-4.TT Ram ge Bldg. Phone Doug. 74",
F. Phafer A Co., 12th, Farnam. P. 7474.
FILMS dnveloned free If purchased from
Photo Craft Shop, 414 Be Bld. Dept. D.
Everett B. DooVis, mi Paxlrm Blk. n. fl.
C. T. Dickinson. 611 Paxton Bile. D. 104.
MLT, N. JOHNSON, H W, Cor. 14th and
Douglas. Don gla 4fif.
Dowd Auction Co., im-1s W O W. R. rS.
AUTO I1 HANCE.
ATTTOMORILE MUTUAL INSURANCE
CO., Douglas 1819.
AUTO RADIATOR REPAIRS.
Omaha P.adUtor Rep. Co. 20D Far. D. JOM.
BATH-214 Balrd Blk.. 17th and Douglas.
MEDICATED vnpor and modern Turkish
baths for ladles and gentlemen; lady
attendant for ladles: Swedish mussage.
1919 Farnam St. Douglas 8437.
Z. H. REEDER, IWsTn. Wth.
BRASS AND IROS FOUNDRIES.
Paxton-Mitchell Co., 27th and Martha Sts.
CARPENTERS AND CONTRACTORS.
STEVENSON, 823Sd. Douglas 66".
Leaaard A Son, 190fi Cap. Ave. T. 132.
CHIROPRACTIC SPINAL ADJU'MTS
Dr. J. C. Lawrence, 1 Balrd Bldg. D. 84S1.
DR. MACNAMARA, 874 Brandels Thea-
Carrie J. Buford. 620 Pax. Blk.
FATHER TIME wants 1.000 clocks to re-
ymr; orK gone at home. Web. 1312.
COFFEE BY MAIL.
f rese Bafle money. Use better
V-01T66 offee 15 lb" lgh grade
W. A. Skalfe A Co.. Omaha. Neb.
CHAMBERS' academy, classic D. 1871.
FALL, term open at Mackle s. Doug. 6446
OENBVIEVB HAUFLAIRE. Rom hotel.
DE LUXE ACADEMY. Ill 8. J8th Bt.
TURFIN'S SCHOOL OF DANCING.
28th and Farnam. Classes and private
lessons. Harney 6148.
Just completed, forty-four-pag book of
new dances for 1916 and 1916. Clearly de
scribed. Compiled by Albert Turpln. Ev
ery teacher should hav a copy. Mall
orders filled. Price, 81.
Terry Dressm ak'g college, 20th A Farnam
MIS8 STURDY, 2116 Binney, Webster 49S9.
KelsterVi Dressmaking Col., 1S2S City Na.
DYERS AND CLEANERS.
STATE Dry Clng. Co., 120 K. 12th. D. 6072.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Block. Evi
dence secured in all cases, xyier nw.
Dr. Bradbury. No pain, 913 W.O.W. Bldg.
Pyorrhea. Dr. Fickle. 724 City Mat Bank.
Taft Dental Rooms. 1617 Douglas. D. 2184.
DRUGS at nit prices; freight paid on flft
orders: catalogues free. Sherman o-
Connell Drug Co., Omaha, Neb.
Uloa Allender. 24 Bee Bldg. Red "6S.
EVERYTHING FOR WOMEN.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating; covered buttons, all sixes and
styles; hemstltlchlng, point edging. Em
brofdery, beading, braiding, cording,
eyelet cut work buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Pleating Co., Mt uougias xjiocb.
FURNACES AND TINWORK.
HABERSTROH, 4025 Hamilton. Wal. 2971.
BATH'S, florists, 1804 Farnam St D. 3000.
Xj. HENDERSON, 1814 Douglas. D. 1ZM.
Member Florists Teiegrapn uei. as a.
HESS A 8WOBODA. 1116 Farnam 8t
A. DONAOHUE, 1622 Harnay. Doug. 1001.
BAM KNEETER. 1920 Farnam. Red "34,
English, French Instruction. 806 Lyric Bid.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
H. H. CLAIBORNE. 611 Paxton Blk. Red
7401. Notary puduc. oeposiwuu i.
C. W. BRITT, 801 Baker Block.
Languages taught; prlvat or classes.
Webster 6664. .
"LIGHTING FIXTURES, WIRING,
v .rm t TXT Thomas. Douglas 2il9.
U U lVDJ.li 2419 Cuming St
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION.
MARTIN BROS A CO. Exchange Bldg.
COSTUMES AND LODGE SUPPLIES,
iivrm nf lods rexallal and costumes.
The largest stock of masquerade and
theatrical costumes in ins couniry. into.
Lieben A 8on, lilt Howard. Doug. 4115.
H ARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCTCLE&
Bargain In used machine. Vk tor Roos,
The Motorcycio juan. ziva Lieavenworin
OMAHA Film Ex.. 14th and Doug. Mo
tion picture macnine ana rum pargama
NOTIONS, news, cigar, candy. 1339 Park.
Eyes examined, glasses fitted, pay as you
can. Pre. Mccarty, mi w. u. w. mo
JOSEPHINE ARM8T RONO. (11 Be Bldg.
D. O. Ban lell, Paxton Blk. Tel. Red Till.
H. A. Bturgcs. 3f Brandels Theater Bldg.
PILLOWS AND BEDDING.
OMAHA PILLOW CO.. Mattresses msd
to order or reload. 177 Cuming. D. 2407.
WATER3-BARNHART Ptg. Co., tju"
printing. Tel. Doug. IltO. 4 S. 13th Bu
CENTRAL Printing Co. DOUGLAS S754.
DOTOLAS Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 644.
CURLED, dyed. DTTiTsele. 11" City Nst.
SAFE AND TIME LOCK EXPERTS.
Opened, repaired, comb,
chsnged. F. E. Daven
port, 140 Dodge. D. 1SCT.
Om . Standard Scale Co., oil 8. llth. D.tSU
FRIEDMAN BROS., shoe repair, til 8. 14.
Harley Shoe Rep'r. Co., Fsrn' m RM4
yy rent, repair sell needles and
parts for all sewing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
15th and Harney. Douglas 1S1
CARTRSheet MetarCompany. 110 S. IS.
STORE AND OFFICE! FIXTURES.
DESKS, safes, scales, showcase, shelv-
Ine:. etc. W buv, sell. Omaha Flxtur
ftSupply Co., 414-16-18 B. 12th. Doug. 2724.
STOVE AND FURNACE REPAIRS-
ALT. REPAIRS Water fronts, furnac
coils, etc. Quick service. Omaha Stov
Repair Wks. 1206-S Douglas St. Tyler SO.
TELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIRING.
CAHILL ELECTRIC Co.. Be Bid. D.887S,
OMAHA Towel Supply, 207 S. llth. D. tt
TREE TRIMMING Reforeno. Har. 2818.
TRUNKS AND SUITCASES.
FRELINO A 8TE1NLE, 1806 Farnam Bt
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT.
RENT an Oliver typewriter 8 mo. for IS.
Oliver Typewriter Agency, 1906 Farnam.
BUTT'S Typewriter Exchange, 81 8. 18th
St. All makes for sal or rent.
"Remington " not Just a typo-
writer. Low rent.
call Dougras 1ZM.
Christiansen, td fl. Paxton Bk , 18 yr. exp.
Wedding announcements. Doug. Ptg. Co.
WINES AND LKtUORS.
ALEX JETES. 201-8 8. 13th St Wines,
liquors, cigars. Plate dinner 11 to 3, 10c.
HENRY POLLOCK LIQUOR HOUSE.
15th and Capitol Ave. Ten-cent lunch.
BUT your family liquors at Klein's
Liquor house. 622 N, 16th. Douglas 1809.
PILES, FISTULA CURED.
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures pile, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cur guaranteed and no money
paid until cured. Writ for book on
rectal diseases with testimonials. DR.
E. K. TARRY, 240 Be Bldg.
, W 1 li l A ...... llcat-CU utVON, Uli; 1
suits guarant'd. Dr. Bowser, 314 Be Bldg.
D , 1 1. T-l 1 TI.'H ............ .n.f,.llu .-
NICELY furn. room for coupl or two
gentlemen: In Field club dlat.: meals If
desired; references required. H. 7167.
HOWARD, 2213. best home cooking, close
in, so; special price to students.
FURNISHED room and board, strictly
modern house. $6 a week; thro car
line. 8111 S. 24th St. Doug. 6170.
SPECIAL LOW RATES
TO PERMANENT OUB8T8.
HOTEL SAN FORD, lth and Farnam.
HOTEL HARLEY. 20th and Fa mam.
Rm. A bd. W. Farnam. 4223 Far. Wal. 726.
Larue rm. Steam li't, for couple. Hnr. 6293.
ROOM and board for ladies. Web. 6835.
Two front rnis., with bd., private family.
mod., on car line. 1708 Park Ave. H. 6L8S.
MAHOGANY furnished 8. E. room, steam
heat, private bath, good board. H. 7080.
WEST FARNAM, near schools, T-r.;
furnished. $60. Call Harney 0134.
8-r. all modern furnished house. H. 2123.
2-R. furnished house; $16. Tel. H. 4f.
Completely furn., up-to-date, 6-r., modern
bungalow. Call coirax 3K alter a
NICE, large furnished room; all modern;
fine location. 330$ Webstar St Phon
NICE larg rm.; prjv. family; near car
line; man ana wire aesirea. yveo. (.
WELL heated, hot water, alectrio light.
splendid location, ciose in. tii a. am.
FRONT rm. ; good heat; prlv. fam. H. 2797.
NICELY furnished room; clos tn; all
modern, dji jq t.
2913 MASON On room for two gentle
men. Can have us of den.
RMS., modern fist Phon Douglas Bfrig.
GOOD rooms; reasonable. Red 8569.
Furnished rms. on car line. Douglas 4163.
RMS., well heated. Tel. Web. 2937.
NEWLY furnished rooms, heat Red (661.
Fin rm. Prl'te entrance. Ill Cass. R. 7796.
LIGHT, nicely furnished room for coupl
or two gentlemen. In Field Club dis
trict. Prlvat family. Meals If desired.
References required. Harney 7167.
NICELY furnished room; clos lu; all
modern. 631 S. 22d St.
610 So 21st Ave. modern, furnished room.
Close In. Quiet phone. Call Doug. 7819.
FUR rm., mod, suitable for 8. 2126 Doug.
627 8. 22d.. furnished room for rnt In
private home. Telephone Red C08.
SOUTH Two single rooms for gentlamea;
private bath. 10H6 Park Ave.
Uaf aralshe! Raa.
DEWEY AVE.. 20O9 Large unfurnished
front room; atrictiy mw " '
Faralahed Heaicketplag Hmsi.
FARNAM 2SI2 Two nice housekeeping
rooms: electricity, steam.
Unn DAVENPORT TWO OR THRKB
NICELY FURNISHED HKPO. ROOMS.
NEW BRICK FLAT.
t2o FARNAM Nice, modern,
heated housekeeping rooms.
I or 3 nice rms.. housekeeping. 1H2 S. llth.
St. Mary's Ave. 25)3, 2 rm. front rooms!
C A LIFORNIA. 2fia mod., hkp, rooms.
Ulllara d Cltasa,
SEVEN rooms. 2427 Charles. $14. Phon
TOR RENT Beautiful inodorn retl
dene. T rocm and bath, cot wattr
beat. Large garage; at 3aJ) Florenc
Blvd. I'hone Colfax 3vO.
6-ROOM cottage, modern except heat KUv
FINE 7-rooin. modern house and garag
$40. 2117 Lothrop St. Call Wb. Tjis.
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