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THE BEE: OMAHA,
WANT AO RATES.
WANT ADB fr the Tnln anlMnn mnat
reach Tha Dm OHIO bafora 11 o'clom Boon.
WANT AW! far tha morning an. frunT
tftltloae bum raatb Tha Dm Offlca utoi
1:4 . .
WANT APS mtKKt aftar thasa hmri will
(Mil thetr first iMmnnct andar "Too lta
On time, f renta war.
Two or raor renaarullTa ttmae, IV, MnU
wiwil, eas-h lnrMoa
daren ronaecuilta lira. 1 ceat a mart,
On tlma. It rants a Una.
Thraa cnnaacatWa tlmaa. It rants 1 1 .
Pven conaecutlva tlmaa. 4 canta a lint, each
Thirty e.-naeclls tlmaa. 7 -ntt a lint,
Count tlx arerata aorda tn tha Una. No
aarartlaam.'nt talian for laaa than 3t ranta.
CeriU ef Thanv paath. Fenaral and todga
NcKlon 10 ctnta Una eara Inaartlon. Minl
siam i ha rta, to canta.
Farllaa aiHerttalng In theaa columns and
hating their anawera aSilreaaed la oara of
l'a Baa will planae aak for canla to anabia
lham la ga tnalr lattara, aa Bona will w
aallvara4 except on praaentatlon of rtrili.
An a4srtlaement maenad tn ha run until
dlarmitlnuad muat ba aloecad b wrlttaa oraar.
Tha Paa will not ba rBonalhla for mora
than tha flrat Incorrect Inaartlon of anr ad
aertlaemant. Tha Baa raaraa lha rlfht to ra)ect or ra.
wrlta all adaartiaamanta.
Ton fan plara your want ad In Tha Baa b
TELEPHONE TVLEK 1.000.
BATH'P, florlata, 1WM Karnam Pt. I. VX.
Xj. HENUF.K8UN, IMa Kouglaa. D. It..
alemoer loriaia u'lenincii
HfP.HS A. BWUHUI'A, 1415 I'arnam Bt.
A. DONAOHUE. Harnoy. Doug. 1001.
RIRTIIS ASD DEATHS.
Blrtha-Albert and Mabel Berrf. 4911
Pcruth Twenty-aecond, girl; William and
Nellie Bender, 614 Mouth Flfty-Mrat. Boy;
John and Mabel Daly. 1219 8t. Mary
avenue, boy; 1eopold and Barbara loll.
Beventy-aecond and Pacific, boy; Elaton
and Lola O. Umiley, 41C.5 Caea, girl; He
baatlano and Pebaatlana Dltnauro, 415
I'oppleton, irlrl; Henry and Mlarle
Iirager, 2024 California, ooy; John and
AJnia Ekwall. S112 I-arker, girl; Henry
and Katv Kuray. 4421 Hoiith Thirty-fifth,
boy: William and Antoinette Kora. 142
Bouth Fifteenth, boy; Oacar and Violet
Urant, 4410 Jonea, girl; 1'tladelfo and
I.ucle Olbillaco, 22:U 8outh Twelfth, boy;,
Kobert F. and Miriam Ureka, 3S24 Paaa.
boy; Edward and Mary Ullea, 8uth
Hide, rlrl; John and I,llllan llaartnann,
t(3 Lafavette avenue, boy; William and
Faith Indne. 1314 North Forty-flrat, girl;
Harry and Hophie Munaban. 100(1 North
Twenty-fourth, plil; Krneat and Alfn
Olaen. S11S Webater, boy; Oily M. an
Iona I'ark. 2.W Meredith avenue, girl;
Clirlatlan and Alhertlna Hetz. Nortl
Fourteenth avenue, boy; Harry and
Clara, Kmalley. 10S North Thirty-fourth,
boy: Walter and Verona Htvithla, 2910
Routh Twenty-alxth, boy: Joseph and
FYancea Toman, 1457 South Twelfth, girl;
Herbert and Marv Thomaa, ,2 Clmrlea,
boy: Cecil and Flora Zachary, 307 South
Deatha Theodore J. Iangwen. r.7. 1"7
North Thirteenth; Mary C. Idd, 4, 203
South Twenty-fifth avenue: John Power,
M, 1911 South Tenth: Winifred MUy Wll
coi, 2. 17 North ThIHIeth; Oeorge J.
Iorenien. 4. lfll Caatelar; Ilahv 7.ojlc,
1477 South Fifteenth; Harrv t irol'atcjnj S.
2M7 Decatur; Martin Johnson, 45, hoa
pltal; John K. Ctillen. -S. K.14 North
Keventeentb! Rev. R'cIibkI rVanncll, "0,
tM North Thlrty-alxth.
Bankera Realty Investment company,
466-t Cumina; street, brick atore. d,40i).
Ready Reference Directory
ABSTRACTS OF T1TLH
TT-TlTt Nile guarantee and Abstract
t o,, a modern abi
Detract of (lev.
if 8. 17th Bt. Tel. D. WC.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract
office In Nebraaka. ) Brandela Thea.
E. A. DWORAIv, C. P. A.
ia-487 Hamge Bldg. Tel. Doug. 70.
M. F. Bhafer CoT mh-Farnam. D. 7474.
Ererett B. Dodd. U Pa -ton Blfc. P. m.
Q T. Weklnson. $11 Paton Blk. P. 1804.
Ztowd Auction Co.. U15-18W.O.W. W M8I.
B. H. RF.KPKR. 1504 N. 18th. Web 8"
BHA AND (HON FtVJNDHlb.S.
Paxton-Mltchell To., r7tn and Martha Bta.
CHIHOPKACTIO SPINAL. AUJt'MTI
DR. BUBHORN, 18th and Farnam, Wead
Bldg. 1. M47; Palmer acbool graduate.
Dr. J. C. Lawrence, 1 Palrd Bldg. D. &4
PR. W. II. KNOL1.F.NBERO. Suite 811,
Bee Bldg. Tel. Tyler Q8.
Carrie J. Buford. 3B Pax. Blk. JledJ5S7.
CAlPiiliH8 AND COMUACiOHs
Ueaaard i Son. 1 Capitol Ave. T. 1631
C. W. Hokanaon. 2f Lvnwth. Tyl. 2191-J.
THEATRICAL gowns, full dress suits, for
rent. N. 17th St. John Feldman.
FALL term open at Mktckle'a. Poug. (440.
PB LtTXP! ACADEMY. Ill S. 18th St.
Kaiater's Dreaamaklng Col. Vt City Nat
Tarry Dreaama-'g collegs. toth A Farnam,
DVfcHS AND CLEANtHS.
STATE Pry Clng. Co.. 120 N. 12th. P. B072.
JAMES ALLAN. SU Neville Block. Fvl-
cenca secure, in all taaea. Tyler 11 Hi
EMETINE treatment. Pyorrhea alx
weeks treatment $..U) by mail. Ad
dreaa Dr. Bent, Teachoui Bldg., Ia
Moines, la. Enclose stamped envelope
lur it pi jr.
Pr. Pradbory. No pain. Ill W.O.W. Bids.
jPyorrbea. Pr. Flcklea. 724 City Nat Bank
Taft Dental Rooms. 15. i Douglas. P. 2188.
PRUQB at eut price: freight paid on $10
v..ia. &.wu iwm. Dueriiiaii at Ml I
Connell Drug Co.. Omaha Neb.
GVEHVTUlnU IOH WOMUN.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all slaa-s and
styles; ucuuitiici.iiig, point edgiii.; em.
biol.icrv. baauiM. braidlnsr. urdii.
eelet cut Work buttonhulea, peunaiila.
Ilea I I'leallttg CO., ZUU lougla block.
IMoa Allender. 624 bf Bldg. Bad SOiA
Answers tne question
' Where to go tonight.'
EMPRESS. 15th and Douglas
Sellg Tribune No. 2.
"This Tldea of Retribution." 3-reel Rio
graph. "His Wlf Knew About It." Vltagraph.
"Caught With the Poods."
PRINCESS, 1217-19 DOUGLAS.
ThlrJ ., l.le.t rl..nlr nf "Thn Olrl
and the Game,' latent Mutual Weekly
Current Evrnta, ftp.
"Allaa Mr. Jones," Caaino Star comely.
"Their Flrat guarrelerjrmvdy
GRAND, 1GTII AND BINNEY.
Five reels of gooil pictures.
LOTHROP, 24TH AND LOTHROP.
rnramount preicnta WllllHm l'arnum In
"The Sign of the Croaa."
APOLLO. 2824 LEAVENWORTH.
"The Tramp Telegrapher," Kaiem.
"A Voice in the Wlldcrneas." two reel
Katem. M .
Mark Hpratt and the Pcalea of Ixve,
"Henjomln Hunter, Rook Agent," ,Vlla-
ROHLFF, 2561 LEAVENWORTH.
"The Buzzard'a Shadow," with Harold
lxrkwood. Mutuu.1 Maaterplece, 1-reel
ORPHEUM. 24TH AND T
World Film feature.
"The Slren'a Hon."
Featuring Mllo. Dcane and , Cliarlea
MONROE. 2665 FARNAM.
Kalem preaenta W. Iiwaon Butt.
"Don Cuiar de Haitan," In 4 acta.
"The Serpent's Tooth." with Wally Van
These are Bpeclal Extra-Reel
Picture! now appearing at tha
DESSE, 24T1I & N.
A Bov at the Throttle. Kalem.
. a-a ,. l r 1 1 a r ia nn
Hartney Merwlna Adventure. Sellk-
GRAND. 16TH AND BINNEY.
Margarita Flaher In "Infatuation,".
LOTHROP, 2 4TH AND LOTHROP.
Paramount presents "William Farnum In
"The SI. n of the Cross."
MONROE. 2555 FARNAM.
W. l.awaon Butt In "lion Caescr l'o
Bn-an.'1 four acta.
ORPHEUM. 24TH & M.
World Film feature, "The Slren'a ISong.
PK1NCKU3. 1317-19 DOUGLAS.
Third and latest chapter of "The Girl
and the Game."
ROHLFF. 2561 LEAVENWORTH.
The Bus-art's Shadow." with Harold
Iickwood. Mutual Maaterpleea,
LOST. FOUND. REWARDS
LOST or Found ads In Omaha'a Ixiat and
Found medium means the Immediate
return of that article If advertised in
The Bee, tho Lowt and Found paper.
IjOST Rebecca pin. engraved Dagmar
Lodge, 142; reward. Call Webater 4083.
Fl HNACliIS AND TIN WORK. (
HABER8TROH. 402rHamllton. Wal. 2S71.
BAM KNEETER. Vt Farnam. Red S34.
H. Rothola, tsiH Leavenworth. II. 2783.
lUsTUHICAL COTtJM.. '
THB largest stock of masquerade and
theatrical costumes in the country.
Theo. Lleben & Son. 1514 Howard. D.4115
English, French Instruction. 808 Lyrlo Bid.
JlSTIVlvS OK Til hi rAL.
H. H. CIIBORNK. 618 Paxton Blk. Red
i40L Notary public; deposition ateno.
C. W. BRITT. 801 Barker Block.
L1VM STUCK lONHIIIlUN.
MARTIN BROS. A- CO. Exchange Bldg.
MOV1NU PICTCHIS MACIII.NKs.
OMAHA Film Ex.. 14th and Poug. MoJ
riv-t-rw iimcnine anq turn Bargains.
Eyes examined, glasses fitted, pay as you
" ' " "'ci any. nil w. o. w. Bldg.
OSTKOPAlh Pll VBIC1ANS.
JOSKPHiWK AKMTlxONQ. 618 Bee Bldg.
P. O. Bamell. Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
H. A. Bt urges, ti iu Brand. ls Theater Bldg.
PLL'MEa t L.AnUU.
CURLED, dyed. t Rlaele. 1136 City Nat
WATERS-BARN HART Ptg. Co.. quality
t"...wi.a. a vi. i.uug. -iw. ; uih
CENTRAL Printing Co. DOUGLAS 3754.
POIIQLAB Printing CuJTel. Pouglas W4.
tajardScal'o.iMI S-J$th. D. 2911.
llarley Shoe Rep'r Co . W04 Farn'm. R. 3444
STLEL I E1L1
CARTER Sheet Metal Company. 110 8. 15.
TOW. Sl PPLIK.r
OMAHA Towel Supply. 207 p. llth D vn
THINK AND SCIT lAt, "
FRELiVG A STtSNLE. 1806 F
ATylemawIt 3. 1Mb,
WA'llll fefCV IALIs IS. '
Christiansen. Id fl Paxton Bk.. 18 yr. exn.
tofc-DDIAU h( VI luA.il I.
Wedding announceinenta Doug Ptg Co.
wtuui m. ,iV.
B..V,?AAD'8'7:i,'i' wading rings"
at lath and Pou.laa bta. B
'' AMI ClttluHS.
ALEX JETES. 201-1 8. 13th St Wines,
liquors, cigars. nts dlnmtr U to . "u
HENRY POI4XCK 1J0UOR HOI18P
Ittb and Caultol Ave. en-ent lunch!
BJ'T your femlly liquors st Klein's
L1quor bouse. JgN Pjt h Pouglis 1 soa
A "For fcale" or ' For Rent""Adpuiced
In The Bea will accomplish its pur-
LOST. FPU NO REWARDS
OMAHA COI'M.'II, IIM'KKS STREET
Persona having lost some article would
do wl to rail up tho office of the
Omaha Council Bluffs Street Railway
company to ascertain whether they left
It In the street mm.
Many artb-lea earn day are turned In
and the company la anxious to restore
them to 'the rightful owner. Call
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
l-'firnllnre nad lloaaeholl tionda.
FOFl BAI.lT-lfere Is . ciaaalflratlon that
la of tlie iittnoat ItntHirtnnce to every
reader, aa this column offera wmn e
reptlonal oprMirtunith a every day and A
aniall want ad will aell your article at
:t run alue. riione. Tyler w,
11-foot lleht oak office counter, suit
able for stationery storage; almost new;
a bargain. '.03 Brandela Hldg.
Al.l. HEPAl K8--Water fronts, furnace
colls, etc. (julrk service. Omaha Stove
Rcpnlr Works iy.-H lioiiglii.a. Tyler 20.
OMAHA PILLOVV CO. Mattreasea made
over Just like new. 1!WT7 Cuming. D. 2447.
BARGAINS IN FURNITURR AND
HA KDWARK. I1TO N. 4TH. WEB. Ih07.
Planna, Mnaiea Inatraroeats.
M 50 per month. A. Hoane. 1B13 Dotiglat.
.tore and Office I'Ulorri.
DE'PKS, safes scales, ahowcasea, shelv
ing, etc. We buy. sell. Omaha Fixture
& fiupply Co., 414-1S-1H S. 12th. Doug. 2724.
Ilacl.-a bought and sold. J. C. Reed.
"-v 12U7 FHriutin St. Dough
Cameras and KodaUa.
FILMS developed free If purchased from
moio i ran isnop. tin fee nitig. oepi. .
Jewelry, Illanionili, Matches,
I'TAMOND LOCK E T."Tii. n a and ladhu?
watches, reasonable. Friedman. 121 Doug.
Lumber and llnlldln Material.
HoCSE, sheds and fence tor sale. In goo I
condition for iij" as lumber; will sell
cheap. Doug. 4MS.
WE r,"nt. repmlr, sell needles and i
parts of all sewing machines. .
' 15th and Harney. Douglas NS82.
Typewriters aad Supplies.
RENT a Oliver typewriter 8 mo. for V.
Oliver Typewriter Agency. l'JW Farnam.
TY PER W1TEHH sold, renteo repaired.
ventral i ypewrner r;xe. iw f arnam.
RELIANCE Ribbon and Carbon Co., car
bon paper and Inked ribbons. D. 3242.
RENT a Remington" not lust a type
writer. Low rent. Call Douglas 1281.
BUTT'S Typewriter Exchange, 816 S. 18th.
St. All makes for sale or rent
TYPEWRITERS for rent 228 Bee Bidg.
Machinery and Knalnes,
ALL KINDS of woodworking machinery,
including shafting, belts and pulley.
Everything In the best of condition.
This Includes moulding machines,
!olntcrs, band saw, tltltlng tabic aws,
sanding and boring iiiii-hlnes, etc. phone
Douglas 8:8 or call 1115 llarncv St..
Oeorge H. Ie Co.
ONE 10-horse ens I. H. C. engine: one 6-
hole Marseilles shelter. Will sell or :
trade one or both. E. W. I'atrick, It. 3,
NEW Second-hand motors, dynamos,
magnetos, etc., mechanical
repairs. Le Bron Electric Works, 818-20
8. i2th 8t.
1 10-horsn power I. J I. O. engine, 1 6-hole
Marseilles shelter; will sell or trade one
or both. E. W. Patrick, R. , Tekamah,
CAHILL ELECTRIC CO.. Bee Bid. D.387S.
llUllard and Pool Tables.
FOR BALE New and second-hand caroni
and pocket billiard tables and bowling
alleys and accessories; bar fixtures of
all kinds; easy puymcnta. The Bruns-wlek-rialke-Collcnder
Co., 4o7-4trj 8.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Bualneae College Course.
Full and . complete scholarship In one
of the beat Omaha business schools.
Oood reason for selling: perfectly relia
ble; worth full price, hut will be sold
Very reasonably. If Interested Investi
gate at once, because fall term hcrlna
soon. There are a variety of touraea for
sale. For particulars Inquire at tho of
lice of The Omaha Hee,
lliKH. 1 lb- "f Uunpowder or
1 Japan tea with every 10 lbs.
of best 85c coffee, parcel post, at $2.75.
Dave's Coffee Market, Mil Leavenworth
St., Omaha. Neb.
fYHWF.F. v money. Use better
wvJ. x coffee. 1& lbs. high grade
bv parcel post, prepaid, $3.60. W. A.
Skalfe A Co., Omaha NeP.
'(l Uohlen West Whtaky, 4 full
P"--4' quarts bottled In bond, prepaid.
Cackley Bros., Omaha.
I I I A . 0 basnets delivered, ii; Illinois
vua" nut or lump, $5.30 per ton.
DlUlICTN Thomaa. Douglas 261$.
7iAl--X.il rumln st
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy on monthly payments,
small store room with living rooms
above, In Central school dlatrict. I 'hone
CFFIt'E turtilture oought and sold. J.
C. Reed. 1101 Farnam Doug 6146.
WANT to buy a picture show. Mean busi
ness. Address V 177, Bee.
If alck. regardless of the nature of
your ailment, chlrt.praetlo will do for
you what no other science can. When
all else fails try me and note tha dif
ference. 1 ad.lust the cauae of SO-CALLED
'Incurable'' ailments and all derange
ments 1 ecullar to women.
Dr. W. II. KNOLLENBERG
' Phono Tyler 1936. Suite 813 Bee Bldg.
LEASE FOR SALE
on two offices
nicely located on second floor
THE BEE BUILDINO
Inquire ot the Superintendent.
BUODEGAAKD 8 Luc Vy Wedding
Hlnga ' at nth and DoukIu Sts
EXERCISE AT Y.M.C.A. Business men.
NEW Winchester pump gun and ht)
hells two pair hip bouts. 1 i.ttlr
J Macklnttah boots, hunt ng 10.it, hat an 1
men vent ami iniiuiiiH vag, ll liev.
HI swap for motorcycle or w hat '
8 C. fcju. Bee.
'AMitEltoLA ' r-dUou'a new dluiuund
point cabinet phonograph; this machine
Willi aaaorlment of records coat $60
three months ago; will swap for good
No. 4 I'nilerwood typewriter. Address
S. C. 8. Hee.
WANTED to swap. W by not advertise
something that ou no longer have any
Uae for and jtet something you reuilv
need. Write Room 104. Bee Bldg., or
phone Tyler lu
HOADSTKR. lightweiKlit, two-pa-enner,
li16 model. Jut overhauled and fully
equipped. Will swap for the best 1915
model motorcycle or motorcycle and
side car outfit 1 can get: but it iiiuHt be
A-l condition. Address S. C. 7i. B-e.
$T1 EDISON Phonograph and 25 select 4
minute re-oida. for typewriter:, ao
Burtou iiiandoiin outfit, kimiI tone, ex
cellent tuiidliion, for violin case and
good flute. Address S. C. 826. Hee.
ADDING machine; cost $Mi new; excel
lent condition; want Jewelry: book
cases, filing cabinets, autumolille, gixui
stock or anything of value. Address 8.
C. 608. Bee. x
CIUMi'S bed, cllnina; table, laraje rock
1 11 K chair, three burner blue-flama coal
oll atove, oven and top, for aompthlna;
enay to move awav. Addreaa 8. C.
Ki7k Tlfin light ' cabinet. M. 1 c. p.
IlKhta, newly wired, equipped with
aeven larfe mlrrora. 'Will trade for
anythlnif I can tiae. 8. i ra. Fee.
TYt'KWKITKKK Ueminnton No. 2, Dena
inore No. 2. both In fine ahape; to ex-
hange for poultry, calvpa or what have
you? Addreaa 8. P. MO. Hce.
ALl. furniture In 4r-room hotel; reason
able rent on building; South Side; will
exchange for real eatate; value ll.SOO.
Addreaa fl. P. fril. Pk.
SIM SHARK flouring mill atock for ko
dak and typewriter, or typewriter and
camera, Vlctrola or anything" of value.
Adilreaa Y ano. Hee.
M ANOol.lN Two good mandoline, cost
1R and t': exchange for diamond, piano
or tyiiewrlter; make offer. S. C. H-2,
1912 HALLADAY touring car S5 II. P. In
first class condition. To swap for
"Powers 6 A" or "Balrd" moving plc
machlne with motor. B. C. 45l, Bee.
WILL trade 12.000 value In a houaehold
article for an automobile, vacant lots
or equity In house and lot. Address
S. P. K23. Bee.
SKATES, almost new, nickel-plated, cost
$.150; not ordinary skates. Will swap
for something- useful. Address S. C. 642,
A CABINET phonograph. In good shape,
with twelve records, to swap for a
dresser in good order. S. C. care Bee.
PHOToTiRApTnp finishing outfit, worth
$15, very complete. Will take anything
of equal value. Address 8. C. f.43. Bee,
SET J. P. 8. books for sale cheap or will
trade for anything of equal value; In
good condition. Address K P. 7S, Bee.
PI. STu I,--Colt's Automatic' 7-shot. new;
exchange for Standtird Typewriter or
dlxmond. S. P. R24. Bee. Omaha.
PHoN'ooitAPli, cabinet and HM records.
Coat $inn. Exchange for piano or cheap
lot. even deal. S. p. 23, Hev
NEW 12-gauge Stevena pump gun and
solid leather case for anything I can
use. S. C. 821, care Hee.
WIEL swap either largo dining room
table, or a roll-top desk for a library
table. S. C. 563, Bee.
SMITH Premier No. 10. nearly new, to
trade for your No. 2 machine. Address
S. C. 817. Bee.
TO SWAP My L. C. Smith No. 6 type
writer. What have you? Address S. C.
A UTOMOBILE8 For other automobile
bargains sea the "Automobile" classifi
cation. UOOD roll-top desk and chair to swap for
anything I can use. Address 8. C. 827,
HOMER pigeons, about 65 birds. What
hsve you to trade. Benson ZX.
NEW No. 8 M. M. high power rifle to
trane. Address s. c. 831, Bee.
OLIVER No. 8 typewriter for 'cash regls
ter. Box 822. Coxad. Neb.
4w MAHOGANY upright piano for auto.
S. C. 836, Bee.
Same floor as Bee Office
TILE BEE BUILDINO
Office Room 103
I must sell my pews stand by Jan. 13,
1916; carries full Una of cigars, tobacco,
candles, magazines, stationery, etc.;
good paying bualness, 36 per cent profit;
can be taken care of by wife while hus
band works; two living rooms In rear;
reasonable rent; good reason for selling.
For further Information, call Colfax 1632.
IF YOt lt Bualness College will stand
rigid Investigation and la Just what It Is
advertised, or If you are looking to
start In business for yourself, you will
be perfectly satisfied it you uso the
Business Chance column of Tho Bee.
When buying or selling a business,
phone Tyler 1000.
WK have an opening for a good man
who Is now employed. Tou can earn
from $-'R to $50 per month in your spare
time. Don't interfere with your regular
work. No capital required, office open
until 7 p. m. Mr. Kyle, 1015 W. O. W.
Blilg., Omaha, Neb.
AH people that are using oil burners
and are dissatisfied, please call at 116
W. O. W. Bldg.. or phone Red 3285 and
make appointment to sea the Miller
generator work; no smoke, soot; noth
ing but heat.
FOR BALK Harneaa shop in good town
In southeastern Nebraska; no competi
tion; will require $00 or mora to buy.
Address F. W. Hubbard & Co.. Alexan
LIST your business with me for quick
results; buy, sell and exchange.
RELIABLE BARGAIN CO.,
Room J. Balrd Bldg. Tel. Doug. S620,
17TH AND DOUGLAS STS.
FOR SALE Jewelry, book and station
ery store best town, southeast Ne
braaka. Must sell on account of health.
Terms to right man. Address Y lta.
FOR SALE Bakery. Doing good busi
ness. County scat of 6,000, rallroaJ
division. Muat sell account of other
business. Write at once. Y 193, Bee.
FOR SALE One peanut wagon, roaster
and popcorn popper. Persuader, glass
enclosed, 4 compartments, good order;
une-thlrd price. $HU, Box 1JW. Blcncoe. la.
FOR SALE On account of sickness, 4
year lease on Brown i'ark Mineral
Spring Baths, South Omaha. U. .
THEATERS Buy, lease or sell your the
ater, machine and supples through
Theater Ex. Co.. 140 Farnam I). 1V7.
OFFICE for real eatate or Insurance;
same floor as Bee office: 13x21 feel; JJ0.
The Bee Bldg.. Office Room 103
WILL sell variety and Jewelry store, or
trade for drug stock. Box 322, Coxd,
TO SELL or buy a business, call on
Busch & Borghoff, Frenser Bik. D. 331 J.
TO GET In or out of business call 01
GANGESTAD. 421 Bee Bldg. Doug. 3477.
SEH Omaha Theater Supply Co. for bar
gains in established shows. D. 3620.
YOUNG man. can speak, read and write
Polish, Russian. German uid English.
Will do any kind of work and am com
petent worker. Pall Harney I'M, and
aak for Stanley.
YOUNG, competent man, wishes a po
sition as Janitor, or anything; if needs,
ran saw wood between the hours of 10-4.
Reliable and sober. Call Harney 374 or
509 So. 29t hP t .
YOUNG man, speaks, reads and writes
Polish. Buaalan. German and English ;
baa had experience In clerical work, but
will do moat any kind of work; ran
drive Ford car. Call Stanley at Har
MARRIED German man without chil
dren, sober and Industrious, would like
position on farm: references. Please
address 8. Wlihelm. hl West Washing
ton St.. Council Bluffs.
SALESMAN Seven years' tales experi
ence.. Aged 30. Man-led. A-l reference
and bond. Neat spK-arlng and congenial
personH I tv. Phone Douglas 77i.
Fl RST-CLA Si4 ateam fitter would like
position: can furnioh the beat of refer
ences. Harry Lanhan, 1321 iJouglaa &t,
ItU'Nu married man of sober disposi
tion wishes steady work. Address AUn
iTlDDLR-AGED man would HI. a work of
any kind. Address Willie Jones, 1321
COLORED man seeking for work on
farm. R. J. Rlgaby. Chanute, Kan.
UAN wishes work as Janitor or house
man. eb. 7k J.
BOHEMIAN girl wishes to d. genefV
houaewurk; beat of reffcrencea; work In
small family preferred. Webater jv,
RELIABLE colored woman wants work
of any kind, scrublng and cleaning. Call
louglaaM7. Mrs. Bally.
EXPERIENCED waitreaa wlahea xl
tlon In hotel or restaurant or private
family. Doug. 7715.
COMPETENT cook wishes employment
in private family. M 4.vi, lee.
lihI.IAHI.K colored girl wishes position
as chsmbermald. South H?72.
EXP. colored woman wants position to
v. oi k 4 days. Weh. 12IH.
WXN T K D I f OP B F. CI E AN I XQOR DAY
WANTED Position by young lady sten
ograi'her. Colfax 91!t. V
WOMAN wishes position as look In sinull
rnalniimnl UaH U'11
. isn l LuMiii-n Kiri aiauea kik'ibi iiuuw
work. Web. 476P.
UENERAL woik or maid work. Call
Storea and Offices.
SALESMAN, machinery, gas engines, SUo
SALWSMAN, cltv $-.0
STENOORAPHEIl. wholesale $rtl
STENOGRAPHER and clerk $50
OFFICE CLERK (who can handle
dictation $50 to $VS0
TYPIST (bill clerkl $40
SALESMAN (window card writers. .$75
Watts Ref. Co.. 8:f8-40-42 Brand Thea.
BOOKKEEPER and steno., $50; real
estate manager, city. $120: adjuster and
credit man. $8,5; stock salesman. Co
Operative Reference Co., 1015 City Xa
SALESMAN, $J5; salesman, $); steno.,
$'0; ateno. and clerk. $55; b'.ller (typist 1,
WATTS REF. CO.. 8:18-40-42 Brand. The.
HIGH-GRADE coinmertcai positions.
WFJJT. REFERENCE & BOND ASSN.,
762 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
Profeaalona and Trades.
Drug Store Snaps, Jobs. Knelst, Bee Bldg.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED Salesman to sell to grocers,
general stores and confectioners In
small country towns; 26 per cent com
mission; $40 weekly drawing account
Crown Cider Company, 'M 8. Commer
cial St., St Louis Mo. Dept. 4.
WANTED A good advertising solicitor
for a weekly labor paper. This la a good
position for one who Is willing to work.
Salary and commission. Apply 640 Bee
WANTED We offer an exceptional op
portunity to good salesmen to sell
f:rocerlea direct to the consumer. Write
larper Bros. & Co., Wholesale Grocers,
SALESMEN Wanted to sell blotters,
calendars, diaries and fans for adver
tising. C. . Hammond & Co., 30 Church
Street. New York.
Teamsters aad Chauffeurs.
W ANTED Experienced laundry driver;
familiar with Ford car. Address A S67,
care of Bee.
YOUNG MAN, be a barber. I teach you
quickly, cheaply, thoroughly. Tools fur
nished. I give you actual shop work.
You have chance to work Saturdays
and keep half the receipts. My stu
dents In big demand. I have colleges
In all principal cities In U. 8. and Can
ada. Call, wrlta or phono A. B. Moler,
MOLER BARBER COLLBG B, Omaha.
SEE OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER.
If you can't attend day sohool
you can hold your job and at tha
same time get your automobile
education If you enrol! In the
OF NEBRASKA AUTOMOBILE
SCHOOL, 2406 LEAVENWORTH.
GOOD MEN WANTED
to learn auto work, for the big spring
rush. Fine training work on autos and
electric starting systems.
AMERICAN AUTO COLLEGE,
2003 Farnam St. Omaha. Neb.
LEARN THE" BARBER TRADE.
Trl-Clty Barber college; low rate tui
tion, Including set of tools; wages paid;
electrlo massage, hydraulic chairs; cat
alogue free. 1124 Douglas St.. Omaha.
GOVERNMENT IH3S1TIONS Thou
sands of appointments to be made.
Free booklet telling where they are,
what they pay, with specimen examina
tion questions. Nat l Co. Institute, 430
Seventh St.. Washington, D. C.
VANTED-Men to try examinations for
government obs: $7 month. Common
education sufficient; pull unnecessary.
Apply Immediately. Address Y 108, Bee.
MEN 18 or over, wanted as railway mail
clerks. Sample examination questions
free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 221 L,
Rochester. N. Y.
AGENTS AND CANVASSERS
COAL agents wanted In every town: get
a trial car. I . M. Cox. No. Platte. Neb.
Stores and Offices.
STENO., ffio; steno., $U; steno., $40; steno.,
WATT8 REF. CO.. 838-40-42 Brand. The.
STENO lOllver) $40
Steno. and bkpr $Yo
THE CANO AGENCY. 6i l Bee Bldg.
Professions and Trades.
G1UI, to lenrn haird leasing. Oppenheim
Parlors, 23(i City Nat.
APPR ENTICE Oppen helm, hairdressing.
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
EXPERIENCED SOLICITORS TO TAKE
ORDERS FOR SWITCH. PERMA
NENT WORK; STRAIGHT SALARY
AND PAR FARE. APPLY SAT. R.
TYLER, FLAT I RON HOTEL.
Household aad Uouieatle.
THE Servant Girl Problem Solved. The
Bee will run a Servant Girl Wanted Ad
REE until you get the desired results.
This applies to residents of Omaha,
South Omaha and Council Bluffs. Bring
ad to The Bea office or telephone
WANTED A good white girl for general
housework. Reference required. Best
wages. Four In family. Call South (.
WANTED Girl for general housework;
good wages, good home; 2 In family
5022 Underwood Ave. Wal. 3429
WANTED Good Bohemian girl or
woman for general housework. Call
after 6:S0 p. in. 921 N. 26th St.
WANTEl An experienced girl for gen
eral housework: good wagea, no wash
ing Harney lKWi. 136 8. SMh.
' WANTED White girl for general
housework: small family, no children
2b40 Harney. Har. 6519.
'ANTED Experienced white cook. Ref
erences required. Mrs. R. B. Schneider,
I-'rt inout. Neb.
WANTEDCompetetit white girl for gen-"
eral housework. No washing. 6010 I n
WAN T E D 3ood w hitegirl to assist ith
housework; no washing; no cooking.
WANTED Girl to tiaalat with house
work and care of small child. Phone
COLORED woman wishes general house
work or kitchen work. 1411. in rear of
WANTED Girl for general housework;
Bohemian or German preferred. Call at
4 jo! lHdge.
WANTED Neat, reliable colored maid.
Permanent place to right party. Har.
WANTED Middle-aged lady for house
kecper; German preferred. Tel. D. 8146.
WANTED A houaekeeiierl call SiTnday
or after 6 p. m. weekdays. Wal. 21:3.
WANTED Girl for general housework;
familv of four. Har. $.119. 3v0 Ddge.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
611$ 8. 39tb Av. couth 2254. ,
Iloaaehold and Domestic.
LACE curtalna and bundles carefully
laundered. Webster 42sJ.
Yol'NO women coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to ylait the YounaT
Women's Christian Association building
at St. Mnrv'a Avm and 1.7th U wh.n.
they will be directed to suitable boardln.
liiHies or oinerwie assisted. Ix.ok for
our travelers- guide at I nion station.
A RARE opportunity; comfortable liv
ing; home sewing; plain cloth seams;
any sewing machine; steady; no can
vassing; no triflers wanted; a'nmples lic;
returned if not satisfactory. Home Sew
ers' Co.. Jobbers Sewing, Rehoboth, Del.
GET HOYLES GREAT OFF'ER
FOR THE MID-WINTER TERM
Just send me your name and I'll give
you by return mall the greatest, most
attractive offer ever made by a repu
table business training; institution. It'a
a combination premluin-and-cash-rebate
offer that will both make you money
and save vou money.
MID-WINTER TERM OPENS JAN
UARY 3D. IN BOTH DAY AND
In Bookkeeping. Shorthand, Stenotypy..
Touch Tyepwritlng, Telegraphy and
Civil Service preparation. Wrife, tele
phone or call for big m-page catalogue
and last Issue of college Journal
H. B. BOYLES, PRESIDENT.
18th and Harney Sts. Tel. D. 1505
3 to 6 P. M.
Penmanstiip, Arithmetic, Bujainesa
Engl'sh, English for coining Amer
icans taught five davs per week. 3
to p. tn. Moderate tuition. Call E.luc.
Dept., Tyler 1600.
Y. M. C. A.
LEARN to dance at the DeLux Dancing
Academy; classea Monday and Wednes
day; 60c per lesson, or 8 lessons for $2;
private lessons any time. Phone South
3630, or Doug. 4310.
SAVE MONEY ON COURSE.
For sale, with good reasons for sell
ing, a variety of courses In a reliable
Business Pchool, one of the leading busi
ness colleges of Omaha. Will be sold
very reasonable away below regular
price. If you are considering taking a
course investigate this at once, since
Fall Term begins goon. Call office,
THE VAN SANT SCHOOL
Day School for Young Women.
Evening School for Young Men and
Saturday morning class In typewriting.
lone C. Puffy, Or-ner and Manager.
306 8. 18th St. Oma ha
FOR sale, tho following scholarships" In
a first-class Omaha Business College:
One unlimited combination business
and shorthand course.
One unlimited stenographic course.
Ono three-montha' business or steno
Will be sold at a discount at the office
of The Omaha Bee.
PILES, FISTULA CURED.
Dr. B. R- Tarry cures piles, fistula
and other rectal diseases without surgi
cal operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write for book
on rectal diseases with testimonials.
DR. E. R. TARRY. 240 Bee Bldg.
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian asaociation building
at 17th St. and St. Mary's Ave., where
they will be directed to suitable board
ing placea or otherwise assisted. Look
for our travelers' guide at the Union
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
licit, your old slothing, furniture, mag
azines. We collect We distribute.
Phone Douglas 41S6 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home,
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St
SAN FRANCISCO INSTITUTE, 709
South lth St.. second floor. Hot tub
baths, shower, genuine Swedish mas
sage, chiropody, manicuring; graduate!.
Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
l?TTP TTT?Tf! Succssfully treated
1 U I X U IV X. wthout a Burgical
operation. Call or write Drs. Wray &
Matneny. aus Bee Bldg., omana.
MEDICATED vapor and modern Turkish
'n.iin lor ioui':o on., bi. iTii.cn . iou
attendant for ladles; Swedish massage,
1919 Farnam St. Douglas 3437;
Personal Misses Staples & Mason, bath,
electric treatment. Open 9 a. m. to
9 p. m. Doug. 713. 852 Brandela Th.
VAl"OR. TUB AND SPRAY BATHS.
Edna La Bell, 700 8. 16th Bt, 3d floor
apt. D. 7046. 1
Bath, 102 Farnam St.,
Room 2. P.ione D-ugltia 8751.
M. HRUGM AN.
Steam and shower baths. Red 2727.
Room 202, Karbach Blk.
RHEUMATISM treated successfully, re
sults guaranl'd. Dr. Bowser. 314 Hee Hid-;.
Medicated baths. 1721 Dodge St.
COZY minicurlns parlors, baths. 1802
Farnam, Apt 7. Doug. 7574.
520 Bee Bldg.
I'hone oouglas r-;72.
MASSAGE Miss Webster, 618 Paxton Blk.
BATH -714 Bs'rd Mik.. 17th ami I lonalaa
HOWARD, 2215 GENTLEM EN. if you
want a nice room, either single or
aoiiDie, with nue surroundings, see what
J wehave. We serve good boar J.
;20TH ST. 3oi NO'.-Elegant!y furnished
mouern rooms m private family, to re-
fined people; ex eel lent boa rd If deal red.
JONES ST., 2424 Front room and board
for two. in r.vate familv; gentlemen
preferred; walking distance. Doug. 8122.
ROOMS Well lurnialied7-ln all modern
home: references required; walking
distance. 2115 California. Pou.laa 6293.
l-B'TKL SA vforTd. hotfl hap.letT
19th and Farnam. 20th and Farnam.
special Kitten to Permanent Guests.
WELL furn'sheii. comfortable, warm
room. Private home, close tn. Reason
able. For gentleman. Harney !.
:507 FARNAM Nicely furnished south
and east room, modern, well heated;
2oTH ST.. 312 N. Suite of rooms, with
bath: 4lcely furnlahed; also sleeping
FURNISHED room, pilvate home; boaru
If desired: lady or gentleman. Web. 5s1.
NK'I- I.V luuuitiiet! rouni. -ir m. an
modern 'V i ;'d S
FIN El furnished rooms. 2916 South 21lU.
ONE furnished room. K505 Farnam St
DAVENPORT. a 8 TWO NH'KI.Y
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING RMS.
" CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE.
3 rooms, bath, entire upstairs resi
dence; modern except heat. $10. 2511
Corby. Weh. S75.V
OUTSIDE steam-heated apta . furn. for
light hkpg : $6 wk : ?102 Chicago. T. 6)7.
TWO large suites furnished complete.
Douglas 6541. 1302 Douglas.
Roar( aad Rooms.
rcuvicii i-ta . . . . I. 1
- ...... roi'iii!. inai oiiei ct.i.t in. mi-
ern convenience and comfort In prlva-..v'
families or boarding houses of the huh-Ti
eat class will be found In the Furnished J
Rooms column of The Bee. Phone Tyler !
t NKl ItMailKIl ROOMS.
STEAM-HE ATE I room for living pur-
22 Harney St., mod. 10-room brick
house. Hot water heat. Inquire T. J.
O'Brien. Tel. 1 1. 1094; D 121S.
6 AND 7-R. AI'TS. 2117 N. With: heat,
water and Janitor service all furnlahed
for $.'5 aumiuer $' 5) winter. Doug. IHiW.
Up-to-date 5-r. bungalow; Tap. Web. 1239.
3-r., 2717 Dewey, consisting of one laxg
living room, with built-in bod; kitchen
and bath; NEW, very choice, close In,
I'M. n't to $.10.
ILXKTINGS & HEYDEN, 114 Harney St
3-R., 501 8. 28-Close In.'walking distance,
nice, llxht room.-i, heat, water and Jan
itor service nil furnished for $L"0 year
1 HASTINGS & HEYDEN, lf14 Harney St
S-K00M home in Hanscom Park District.
ll:W Georgia Ave., with garage; nicely
decorated, excellent condition: $36.
)J-A'T.'is HEYDEN. 1014 Harney St.
FIVE-ROOM house; modern except fuf
nace. 623 S. 24th Ave. Har. 4Xr.5.
BARGAIN in 4-room house, with garage,
on Willis Ave. Will consider rooming
houee as part payment, inquire 2406 Har.
25fi DOUOLASrmodcrnTs ooms7$-'C.50r"
1125 S. 31st., modern, 8 rooms, $:n.0t).
JOHN N. FRKNZER. DOUG. 054.
lloilspq C'relgh Sons & Co., Bee Bldg
iluUt lsln all part, of the city.
SEE the Central Furniture Store's FREE)
BEAUTIFUL 6-room bungalow, $30. Web."
BARNS 1x14 Pierce, rear. Doug. 2989.
Apartments and Flats
3-R., with 2 built-in beds, at 8301 Dewey
avenue: NEW, just completed: has In
dividual porches, something right up-to-date
In Omaha's newest apartment
houses; beautifully decorated, choice
lighting fixtures: excellent Janitor serv
ice: $30 to $15. Lease to Oct. 1.
HASTINGS ; HEYDEN, 1614 Harnev St.
THE for rent advertisements 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 1000.
4-RM. 2230 Howard, in" the Novv San"
Mateo: has sun room, one built-in bed,
ciose in; just compieien: sxi.nu sumin
$H8.R0 winter. Open todav.
HASTINGS HEYDEN. 1614 Harney S
4-RM. 30i6 Harney, NEW, has sun p.r
lor one built-in bed; nicely decorated;
pond location: Apt. No. 7, sub-lease,
$57.50 summer. $12.51 winter. Doug. 1H06,
CLOSE-IN apartments, 3-r., rrod but heat,
Nice location, $!5. D. E. Buck & Co.,
912 Omaha Nat. P. 5226.
FIVE-ROOM modern, brick flat, and
sleeping porch. 2708 Jackson. Red. 8153.
ST. - CLARE. 24th and Harney, 4-room
apartment. Call Harney 647.
Farnlahed Apartments and Flats.
CHOICE 3-r. Apt., located 2717 Dewey
Ave., furnished complete except llnejis
and ellverware; all new; has built-in
bed: $32 summer. $36 winter, close In.
HASTINGS & HEYDFJN, 1614 Harney St
MOVING AND STORAGE
Separate, locked rooms, for house
hold goods and pianos; moving, packing
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE) CO..
806 S. 16th St. Douglas 4163.
T P! T?,F,ED En Co- moving
J. -. IVCjLjU pickln)r ,nd atorage.
1207 Farnam St. Douglas 6146.
GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Stores, moves, packs, ships, 8-horse
van and 2 men, $1.25 per nr.; storage, $3
per mo. Satisfactory guar. D. 4338 j T. 230.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
ing, 219 N. llth St. Tel.
Douglas 394 or Harney 1937.
u it v t 4 T . tinnt
Phone Douglas 288 for complete list ot
vacant houses and apartments; also for
atorage, moving. 16th and Jackson Sts.
MAOOARD Van A Storage Co.: Moving
packing, storage and shipping. D. 1491
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROPTY
MODERN store near postofflne; low rent
a. P. Stebbinu. 1610 Chicago.
WANTED TO RENT
Furnished Houses, Flats,
WANTEI Furnished rooms. Apartment
of 4 rooms preferred. Address Room
I -21. Hotel Rome.
WANTED A storeroom capable of hold
ing u $Jo.0'j0 stock of general merchan
dise; building must be In a town of at
least 2,(Mi people. Address Y 198. Boe.
SEE THIS SURE!
Owner says sell this place now. It is
the Cathedral district; has 7 rooms, la
modern, compL-io, with hot water heat
and small barn; large lot, near sciiool,
stores and car. It is a bargain at the
nv-lce nuked PRn tie hoiltfht nn nnir-
ments, or owner win lane vacant lot
the first payment. Address 4u31 Cha
M. For price can
CREIGH, SONS & CO.,
I louglaa 200. 508 Bee Bldg
PRAIRIE PARK 2508 Ames Ave. Street
paved and parked. 7 rooms and bath;
beautiful shade; wide lot and street.
$.ai cash, $.1'J monthly, 6 per cent inter
est. Will be sold for $J0u less than actual
value to right party. H. J. Scannell,
I'hone Doug. 314 ,,r Colfax 3511.
8-RM. COTTAG E BARGAIN
West Farnam district: all modern, in
fine condition, eaut front lot on paved
street: close to Leavenworth street car;
' block to school and adjacent to valua
ble property: lot 4ixl'''. If you want a
big harnaln Tel. H 7165
CREIGH TON'S FIRST
Brand new. 6-room and bath, east
front lot 45x112. oak finish, furnace, full
cement baseme.it with hot and cold
water, elegiiut fixtures. Moored attic;
3'cash. bla ite monthly. IxnaieJ near
35th Ave. and Martha.
C. G. CARLBERG,
S12 Branlcis Thtater Bldg.
CAN BE BOUGHT RIGHT.
Beautiful 7-room cottage; m rlctly mod
ern: nice large lot: three chicken houses;
good garage; Fine shade In front an
back yard: fine luighbornooil .f
South zmi m. t-none south lti
SIX-ROOM, modern bungalow fiuh-hed in
oaa. tieam ceuins. nuiit-m tiot.kcises
plate rail. Peauiiiully parend. I;tc
irlent basement. Inrne fr in i-..,(r H M
coal bio. Rogers' furnace. ast front
lot. 40x127; liH a. 25th rJl., hou D.
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