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THE HEE: OMAHA
WANT AD RATES.
WAHT APS for tho enlr.i e"1!lo nnrt
roach The Be Office Mota 11 o'clock noon.
WAWT APS lor tho mornltif an tsunda
titles aiuM .Mrh Tb Dm Oftioo lloia
t: . SB.
WANT ADS roeetriMl after theae krnir will
inaa islr ft rat appoaraar anoor "To la.e
Oo tim. t nti a wrri.
Two or mar rtsnisratlr (Imefl, 1 4 WU
wwrrl, Mh lnnlon.
HTn eoiiBtjtl time. 1 cnt ft wort,
ath Insert Iva.
On tim. It rni m Him.
Thn- rrxMcutlT tim, 19 ntt ft
rW-n ronaKutiT ttmft. I cntl l!nft, . h
ThlrtT vncltT ttrntft, 7 cftnti a Una.
CVunt tit Trtff4 wnrfli t th lln. Nft
fltrttemnt Ukn for tr than cents
COraa of Thanla. rieatn. Funaral an tot
Nolleo. in rn' Una rh toarrtloa. Minl
num chora;, IS canto.
Forties as.TOftlalnc In theae eelumric and
having thstr enaw-ra aodreimed In cam of
Tn Be. will filraao aak for ranla to or.abl
than) to thalr laltani. a anna will ua
4allrH eae.pt on rr.n.ntatton of card..
An ertlaeinont Innerta to ba run nnlll
ItseoBtlnue. muat bo ototmo br wrltton order.
Th Ho will not bo ratmnaihlo fr more
than Ui flrat Incorrect Inorrtlon of anr ad
aorttootnont. Tho Ho roaarwo tna tlahl to roet or ro.
writ, all aam-tleamanta.
Ton ui place year want ad In The Boa ij
TELEPHONE TYLEK 1.000.
DEATHS AnD FUNKR L XOTICM
BAILEY Helen M., 2 yinriToT'l. daughter
of Mr. and Mra. E. I., ISatley, 23)
Funeral will be from 1 h residence,
Monday lit 8 o'clock. Private. Body
will be placed In a receiving vault at
Forest Uwn cemetery.
STRONG Harrv P., at the resldenre,
2420H South Sixteenth street. January
IS. 1PW, a (red 62 year.
Funeral from Crosby's chapel, Tues
day. January H. 2 p. m. Interment In
Weet Uwn cemetery.
BATJMANN Mrs. Katherlne, aged, 73,
Sunday January 18.
Funeral from residence 611 Plere street.
Tuesday. 2 p. m. Interment Prospeot Hill
BATH'8. flortata, 104 Farnam St. D. 8000.
1 HENDERSON, 181a Douglaa. D.
Member Florlata Telegraph l. Ann.
HEfiS ft BWOHODA, 141o Farnam Bt.
A. DONAQHUK. 163 Harney. Doug. 100L
MONUMENTS AND CEMETERIES.
WirT bury your dead in the oold ground
In atormy weather when you can buy a
tomb In a marble building at it reason
able price? I'hone the MAL'80L.KUM
CO.. Iouglaa 2175.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Birth George A. and Mar Williams,
rS24 Konth Twenty-fourth, girl; Kala and
Anna Hanrner, 'Mi Q, boy; Joseph and
Anna Maga. t.2271 Bouth Tewenly-flfth;
girl; Carl and Edith Tlvlln. 41H Call
fomla, boy; ltoy J. and Margaret 1'ar
en. lo!7 North Twenty-third, girl;
John and Hannah Chlssed. 12. .8 Routh
Fifteenth, boy; John and Helen Jlelinakl,
1.23 Hi nit h Twenty-alxlh. girl; Anthony
and Catherine Keltyka, 402 )outh Thir-ty-eevenlh,
girl; John and Eda Olenlk, 40:1
J, boy: inner and lena M-nucnimeier,
Death John W. Reavia, 60, Twenty
fourth avenue and Harney; Ha by Far
rarn. 2, 917 Kouth Twelfth; Frank Meier,
ZU, I'.-' Mouth Tweuty-flrat; Robert Wll
lara !. I4 North Thirty-fourth; Mary
Moi i, n. rl. hospital; Clarence Krickson,
24 days, 247$ Grand avenue; Mary Oloehna
wlte, s, TZ7 North Thlrty-aeoond; Alva A.
Keorscr, 47, koaiulal; Florenco lankowa,
?, 4.M0 South Forly-thlrd; Maxwell O,
Hurlhnt, 1, CiM 1.; Mra. I.llllan Marrln,
24, 4723 Houth Twentieth; Jame Nellaou,
71, 1!T Cuming; Thomas Kllpatrlck, 74,
Ready Reference Directory
E. A. DW0KAK, C. P. A.
ta-4TT Ram re Bldg. Tel. Dour 7408.
M. r. Shafer ft Co.. mn-Famam. P. 7474.
ARCJI ITEt I S,
Krerett 8. Dodd. 612 fax ton HIV. D. aOBI.
a T. THcklnon. til Paston Blk. P. W4.
I Txrma Auetlon Co". 1116-lt W.O.W. R.3283.
at M Ttr.EDF.R. W H. lh.
TliASS AMI IRON FOUNDRIES.
rslton-Mltchell Co.. 27th and Martha Bts.
I CHIROPRACTIC SPIN At'iUJU'MTI
I DR. BURHORN, lth and Farnam. Wead
( Bldg. D. M47; Pfclmer school ajraduata.
Dr. J. C. Lawrence. 1 l aird Bldf. P. Ml.
DR W. M. KNOLLENBERG. Bult lit.
Bee Bldg. Tel. Tyler UM
Carrie J. Buford. 30 Pax. Blk.
CAHrENTERB AND CONTRACTORS
UtMtd ft Son. 1M Capitol Avs. T. 1831
C. "W. Hokanaon, 1606 I.vnwth. Tyl. 1191-J.
l THEATRICAL gowns, full dres ults, for
rent. H N. 17th HI. John Feldman.
; DANC1NU ACADEMIES.
I FALL term open at Mackle's, Douf. M40.
! T 1ATXK ACAPWMT. Ill 18th Bt.
I DrM making, alteration, remodeling. 115
1 8. Har. 6M0. Ask for Mis Malon.
"iJlDIES' Jacket remodeled In th latest
atyie. 1911 Farnam. Douglas 28JS.
Ksislsr's Dreaamaklng Col. 128 City Nat
' Te rryD re a ma k g college. 80th ft Farnam.
'dyers and cleaners.
! tTATK Pry flng. CoTiao N. Hth. D. 8071.
i JAMES ALLAN. Ill Nsvlll Block. Fvl
' con' cured In all cae Tyler 113S.
j Dr. Uradburf. No pain. Sit W.O.W. Bide
. Pyorrhea. Dr. Fickloa. TM City Nat Bank.
! Tfcft Dental Room. Ui? Douglaa. P. 1181
j ' DRUGS.
, DRUGS at sut price: freight paid en J1
i orders; catalogue free, biirrmin ft so.
Connell irug t'o ., Omaha Neb.
i EVER a l UIMiKlBTl'UkE.fi
ACVORDION. aide, knife. unburt. bei
' pleai:ng, rorered buttons, all ls and
style; hemjtltchlng. point edging; em
broidery. 4eadinK. braiding, curding.
1 eyelet cut work buttonhole, ponnama.
, Ideal Pleottng Co., 20u Douclas block.
; tKoklaa lS4.
I'loa AllenderCH Bco Bldg Red SS68.
r.I.Et I Hit AL REPAIRING.
I CA HILL ELnCTRIO CO.. Bee BIJ. P. W7TA
j rtR.VACES AND TINtVORK.
1 UABCF.STROil. 43 Hamilton. Wal. STX
Annmers tn qufntlon
-Where) to go tonight."
EMPKE8S. 1 5th & Douglas.
Pelig-Trlbune. No. 4.
"The Woman With a Itoae," 8-reel E
aanay. "When Two Tlay a Game." Vltagraph.
"Mttle Itrown Hen."
PRINCESS, 1217-19 DOUGLAS.
"Water Stuff." a clever comody-drama
In 4 acta, taken from Charlea K. Van
l.onn aiorv In the Fnturday Kvenlna
I'oet. Stargaret Hlbeon in "Marta of
the Junglca." a thrilling weatern drama
In 2 act. And a eelectd Keyntone com-
LOTHROP. 24TH AND LOTHROP.
raramoimt Travel Pictures and four
GRAND. 16TH AND HINNEY.
I Itoela of Good Plrturei.
APOLLO 2824 LEAVENWORTH.
Mr boat One," reel Mtagrapn.
jlla Iat Wlah," lllograph.
One good comedy .
B01ILFF, 2B1 LEAVENWORTH.
The Cloning Net. I'ntne ihm-i n...m.-r
play, featuring Howard Katerbrook,
Milan Mllford and Kathryn Hrowno
1 locker, one reel comedy.
True Hosrdnian In "To the Vile Dual."
Htlhgnrea storv. In 2 reels. Kate PrU-e
in vat tmgnn I cipt-h.
24TH & N.
Miss Tills Mllford and Edwin Arden In
-ect Gold Rooster play, The Beloved
Vagabond. Anita Btewart and Earle
Wllllame in "The Ooddeaa. chapter 7.
Thl ia 811k Stocking night.
Theae are Special Extra-Reel
Pictures now appearing at the
REB3B 24VH AND N.
Blis Mllford and Edward Arden in The
Beloved Vagabond. act. Anita rUfw
art and Earl Williairt In The God
dess, chapter 7
True Roardman In "To the Vile Dust," a
PRlNCfifct' 1217-10 DOUGLAS.
"Water Htuff." a clever coinody-drama
1.. a. oia labon from Charlea K. Van
lean's story In the fiaturday Evening
KOHLW 2B?1 LEAVENWORTH.
The Closing Net." Patbe Gold Rooster
plav featuring Howard Katerbrook,
Vtlls Mllford and Kathryn Browne
APOLLO. 2824 LEAVENWORTH.
"My Lost One," featuring Nicholas Du
iSaew, IJoroiny ivcii) biiu """"
INTELLIGENT and persistent advertla
Ing will "sell" any salublo real eatate,
and the largest number of prospective
buyer can be reached through the
Real Estate and Want-Ad Guide to all
of Greater Omaha THE BEt.
uiutt.Falrfleld company. MIS and M17
fnderwood avenue, frame dwellings, ai.B'X)
" KIXTtMES AND WiniNO.
Electrlo waahlnt," machines, elect rlo
Irons and reading lamp. Bee tia first.
2221 Cuming St. Tel. Doug. 2Rl.
CAM KNEETER. 1920 Farnam. Red C331
H. Rothols. 2S1N Leavenworth. II. f73.
THE largeit stock of masquerade and
theatrical coatumo In the country.
Theo. Lleben & Bon, 1614 Howard. D.4118
Engllah. French Instruction, 805 Lyrlo Bid.
JCSI11ES OF THE PEACE.
H. It. CLAIBORNmTsTi Paxton Blk. Red
74UI, .Notary public; depoaitlon alenw.
BRITT. 301 Barker Block.
laVE STOCK COMMISSION.
MARTIN BROS. CO. Exchange Bld
MOVING I'll i ;i; MACHINES.
OMAHA Film Ex.. 14th and Doug. Mo-
' i"'"" macnine ana nun Darsaln.
Eye examined, glaair fitted, pay as vou
5fJ!- Pra!iVarJJi:i W. O. V. Bldg
JOSEPHINB ARMSTRONG, S16 Bee Bldg.
D. O. BarnelL Paxton Blk. Tel. Red Till.
II. A. Sturge. Brandei Theater Bid g.
CURLED, dyed. P. Elaelo. DM City Nat
PR I VI mu.
WATERS-BARN HART Pt. Co.. quaUty
PrtnUK. TsL Puue. 8180. 4 &' l3ia fiu
CENTRAL Printing Co. DOUGLAS 8751
0JaiA8pr'nUn t-?.Tel.Douglas Wt
Om. Standard Scale Co.. UI s. lith. D. 2811.
Rarley Shoo Hep'r Co . 2004 Farn'm. R. 3444
CARTER Sheet Metal Cc
- ompany, 110 8. IV
TOWEL SI PI-LIE; "
OMAHA TowelBupplyT 207 S. 11th. D, 628
TRUNK AND SUIT CASKS, "
rREUNQ ft STEInTL. 1ST K.r. t
Act vat . La.ANa.stai
ALL makes. E. B. WUllama. Sua a in...
Tyler lull. . lta
WATCH SPEC I A LAS lo.
rhrtatlanaen. Jd fl Pam. tk
- ' rr. oia
Wi,aU4u . .U.ai;
WEDDING UN,. '
BRODEaAARD's'-lucSr woddlna rirM"
St 14th and Donglaa feta
ltl AD 1.H41USI.
A1.EX JETES, 9l-s a. ijth g,. TYlneo.
liquors, cigar, plate dinner U U 1 Ive.
HnNR POLIJCK ijorroft HOUSK,
Utb and Caoltol Ave. Taacent luncE
PUT your family' liquor ki,i's
Liquor auus.. H N. 0,1 lm
OMAHA COI NC1L. HLfKFS 8TIIKKT
RAILWAY COM PANT.
Peraona having loet aome rtlcle would
do well to call up the office of the
Omaha A Council Hluffa Hlreet Railway
company to aai.erlaln whether they loft
It In the atreet cara.
Many article eacn clay are turned In
and the company la njiiioue to rcatore
tliem to the rightful ownera. Call
I.OHT In or about the lilpp theater. Sat
urday evening, efwctacln cnac, conlalii
Ing extra elan magnifying glaneci;
great value to owner. Finder ploaHO
call Doug K1, 222 N lth. IWard.
1-OHT or Found ada In Omaha'n It and
Found medium means the immediate I
return of Ibnl article If advertlxed in 1
The Hee, the Lnnt and Found a)er.
TUB law deals severely with personal;
who fH II to return lost properly to the
rightful owner. I
l,OHT-Peil grape cluster lavaller, over i
week hko. lteward. lNug1na 4'.4fi.
La HT White Kngllsh terrier, collar and j
tag; reward, n. Min nt.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Farnltnre alnrl llonaebolrl Gooda.
FOR BALli Here In a. cinaslflcatlon that
I of the utmost Importance to every
reader, aa this column offer nme ex.
ceptlonal opportunities every day and a
small want ad will aell your article at
ita full value. Phone Tyler 1000.
11-foot light oak office counter, ault
able for atatlonery atorage; almost new;
a bargain. 103 Hrandel Hldg.
BIG BARGAIN'S. Furniture, fi; sloves,
beds, rprlnga, lnattr s, tl each; bedding
- ,;""""r"!!L."nJ"':'''-ilL."'' J
ALE HKFAIHH -Water fronts, furnace I
colls, etc. (julck service. Omaha Move In solid oak. Have a davenport to ex
Repair Works 12ik;-K DoiikIhs. Tyler 20. ; change, also quartered oak. Address
OMAHA FJLLOW CO. Mattreases made !
over lust like new. 1"07 Cuming. D. 2167. :
ROTAL Acorn hasehurner for Bale cheap. ;
818 8. 2Srd Bt. Douglas oWl. ,
rianna, lnlcn Inatrumrntl.
2uiVlctor cahinii Phonograph,
13.60 per month. A. Hoaoe. 1613 Douglas.
Ij In gold will be paid for the name of a
prospective piano or player-piano buyer.
ROBINSON' PIANO CO.,
214 S. 18th St,
Factory Distributor Cable Planoa.
Store and Office Fixture.
DESKS, aafes, scales, showcases, shelv
ing, etc. We buy. ell. Omaha Fixture
aV flupply Co.. 414-16-18 B. ltth. Doug. 2724.
Cameras and Kodak.
FILMS developed free if purchased from
rnoio uran unop. 41s nee mag. Kept, u
Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches.
DIAMOND LOCKET, men's and ladle
waicnea, reaaonabie. c ried man. 1211 Doug.
I. amber and Hiilldlnw Material.
HOUSE, aheda and fence lor sale, In goo 1
conunion ror t;c- aa lumDer; will sell
cheap. Doug. 4S48.
DRY kindling by the load. Harney 3725.
We rent, repair, sell noedles and parti
Of all sewing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
16th and Jjarney Hts. Dong. Itl3.
lypenrltrra and Soppliea.
MIDLAND RIBBON & CARBON CO. I
We make them in OMAHA. What?i
Supplies for tho.
office. Douglas 2147. 22H Bee Bids.
RENT an Oliver typewriter 3mo. for tX
Oliver Typewriter Agency, Ww Farnam.
TYPER WIThiRS sold, reuten repaired.
Central Typewriter Exc. 1905 Farnam.
RELIANCE Ribbon and Carbon Co., car-
bon paper and Inked rlbbnnn. D. 3242.
RENT a "Remlimtun" not rust a tvoe.
writer, low rem, uail uoujici 12.
BUTT'S Typewriter Exchange, 310 g. 18th.
Bt. All make for sale or rent.
Machinery and Engine.
ALL KINDS of woodworking machinery,
including shafting, belts and pulley.
Everything In the beat of condition
This Includes moulding machines, j
Jointer, band saw, tttlting table saws,
sanding and boring muchlnes, etc. plum ;
Duiiglu 838 or call 1113 Harney St.. j
George H. Iee Co. ,
V(iof SS 01 king Machinery. Coinpiete
outfit for small ilunlm( mill, liu liid- ,
lug motor. This la a snnji if taken aa i
It stands. Geo. II. lc Co., 1115 1l.tr- I
nev St . Omehn. N'eb,
NRW Second-hand motors, dynamos, i
u" magneloa. Le Bivn Elccu L-
Works, 818-20 8. 12th St.
Billiard and Pool Tables.
FOR SALE New and second-hand carom
and pocket billiard table and howlimr
alleys and accessories; liar fixture of 1
all kind; easy payments. The Bruns- 1
wlck-Halke-Culleiider Co.. 4V7-4W S
1 lb. of OOo Gunnewder or !
Japan tea with every 10 lb.
of beat Suo coffee, parcel post, St 12.75.
Dave' Coffee Market, 1811 Leavenworth
St., Omaha. Neb.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
Buslneaa College' Course.
Full and complete scholarship In ont
of th beat Omaha buainea school.
Good reason for selling; perfectly relia
ble; worth full price, but will be aold
very reasonably. If interested investi
gate at once, because fall term begin
soon. There are a variety of courses for
sale. For particular inquire at the of
lice of The Omaha Bee.
Golden Weat Whlaky, 4 full
auarta bottled in bund, nrenald.
Caokloy Bros., Omaha.
COAI. baaket delivered. 81; Illinois
wxxu But or lump j jQ per ton.
WANTED TO BUY
HALF-PRICE If you watch the "For
Sale,' Miscellaneous'' columns of THE)
RKE, you'll often ace article which
are for all practical purposes alinoajl
aa good aa new advertised for half
the original price in THE BEE.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks, bought, sold
and traded. J. C. Reed. 1804 Farnam.
WANTED To buy on monthly payments,
small store room, with living room
above In Central school dlstriot Phone
WA NT El 100 carloads of rap Iron, ala
metal and rubber. rite for prices. Ne
braska Iron and Metal Co., Omaha.
WANTED TO BUY Bakerv in good live
I town of l.bOO. Address Cha. Maxwell.
hlte Cloud. Kan.
If sick, regardless of the nature of
your ailment, eblropractio will do for
you what no other science ran. When
all else fail try in and not tho dif
ference. I od1ut th cause of SO-CALLED
'Ineursbie' ailment and all derange
ments peculiar to women.
Dr. W. IL KNOLLENB ERG
Phone TylerlSSS. -Suite SIS Bee Bldg.
II E. SLOMAN.
Phone P. S44C 4HBrande s Thostor.
E N I N EE RING, plana and 'map draw
Ing at low rate. See McEatbron, 6el
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
PRODEGAARD'S -Lucky Wedding
Ring ' at lath and Douglas St.
EXERCISE AT t.Al.CA.-Buaiiias man,
Al'TOMOKIl.K 7-P-eener. al-cy Under,
(7 b. p Mitchell .special, 1.114 imd I, run
10.o( ihIIcj.; in flno ?.hMie; full ot .if
extra casing; full electric equipment;
mi ilrKMiit. iNiwerfiil car. swap for -
pass, car in No. I abape. or 1-ton truck.
or commercial pepcr. Ad'lresa s. c. MO,
ThavT, a newa-etand carrying full line'
of magazines, periodicals, clKars, to.
hncoo, candy, notions, etc. Stock and
fixtures worth $4.. Will gWHO for a
good 6-pasnengcr car. Prefer 1016 or '14
l ord. Must be In good condition. 8. C.
OA OHTKK. Ilglitwelght, two-pansenKer,
1H1B mmlel, JjRt overhauled and fully
equipped. Will swap for the beat 191
model motorcycle or motorcycle and
aide car outfit 1 can get; but it must be
A-l condition. Address S, C. 72ft, Hee,
'A M H !; K f, A " Kdlaon'a new diamond
point cabinet phonograph; this machine
with aaaortmcnt of records coat V)
three months sko; will awap for good
No. 4 1'nrterwood typewriter. Addreas
c sss Mee.
NEW Winchester pump gun and 1M
shells, two pair hip hoots, 1 pair Mack
intosh boots, hunting coat, hat snJ i-h' ll
cst and hunting bag; all new. will
swap for motorcycle, or what? ?. C.
DHSK AND CHAIR4-ln. roll top desk,
In good shape, and chair, also in good
ahspe; will swap for what have you?
I want to get rid of this one and get a
larger desk. Address H. C. K.'!.
WANTED to awap. Why not advertise
something that you no longer have any
use for and get something you really
need. Write Room 1W. Bee Bldg., or
phone Tyler inuo.
TVPKWRITKRS Remington No. 2, Dens
more No. 2, both In fine shape; to ex
change for poultry, cslves or what have
you? Address 8. C. MO, Ree.
DINING TARLE. suuare. In irood
shape; swap for what have you? Table
s. ' ?5s.Kc:e.
BRAND new, high grade piano, tVi
value; fully guaranteed. Will swap for
' . omana vacant, properi y tir
good negotiable paper of eyual value.
S. ('. Mu, Bee.
, M" EDIHON Phonograph and 26 select 4-
minute records, for typewriter:. afAo
1 Burton mandolin outfit, good tone, ex
cellent condition, for violin caae and
food flute. Address S. C. f2. Ree.
ELECTRIC light cabinet, B4, IS c. p.
lights, newly wired, equipped with
ven large mirrors. Will trade for
anything I can use. 8. C. 829. Bee.
ALL furniture In 4R-room hotel; reaaon
abie rent on building; South Side: will
exchange for real estate; value $1,800.
Address S. C, 603. Bee.
1912 HALLADAY touring car 80 H. P. In
first clans condition. To swap for
"Powers 6 A" or "Balrd" moving pic
machlhe with motor. 8. C. 459. Bee.
HAVE large sized library Table, beauti
fully finished In fumed oak, like new,
to awap for equal value. What have
you? Addreos 8. C. 8:17, Bee.
WILL trade my 4-cyl. riO-H. P. rebuilt
racer for pool tables; this car is fully
equipped and in good running order.
Address 8. O. Mi, Bee.
1HI5 TWIN Indian, fire engine clutch; will
swap for piano, moving picture ma
chine, or what have you? Addie'S S. C.
VICTROLA and recoida. mahogany cane,
excellent condition. Want to exchange
In part payment for buiblini; lot. J. 606,
SET .1. C. 8. books for sale cheap or will
trade for anything of equal value; In ;
goml condition. Address 8. C. fiiS. Bee.
I 11 A V K L. f
Smith No. 6 model and
No. 4 model typewriter
to trade. Address S. C. 841. Bee.
FIVE-YKAR old mare, unhroke. with
foal to lack, welirht 1.160: will mm for
Ford. Address S. C. 84.1, lice
GAS RAivUE, beda, soft coal heater or
other furniture, to trade for chickens.
S. C. 847, Bee.
AUTOMOBILES For other automobile
bargains see the "Automobile" classifi
cation. NEW No. 8 M. M. high power rifle to
trade. Address S. C. S3', Bee.
44'to MAIIOUA.NI upright piuno for auto.
I . S. C. 834, Bee.
Same floor as Bee Office
TILE BEE BUILDING
Office Room 103
I must sell my news stand by Jan. 15,
1916; carrle full line of cigars, tubacco,
candies, magazines, stationery, etc.;
sood paying business. 3i per ct nt profit:
can he taken car of by wife while hua-1
band works: two living rooms in rear
reasonable rent; good reason for selling.
For further Information, call Colfax 1612.
IF TOUR Bualneas College will Hand
rigid Investigation and ia lust what It Is
auvertlaed, or if you are looking to
tart in business for yourself, you will
he perlectly satisfied if you use the
Business Chance column ol The Bee.
When buying or selling a busine,
phono Tyler 1000.
FOR SAI.E Infants, children's and la
dies' furnishing store at David City,
N'eb., at a bargain; best location in
town; doing an excellent buslneaa; want
to retire. Box No. 3'6. David city, Neb.
PICTURE shows, locations, leaaea, ma
chines, repairs, supplies and accessories.
See us first.
OMAHA THEATER SUPPLY CO., ,
THAT touring car may Ih aold with
least delay through a BEF, Want-Ad,
and runabouts and electric cara find
ready purchaser through Bee Want-
LIST your business with me tor quick
results: buy, sell and exchange.
RELIABLE BARGAIN CO.
Room 2, Balrd Bldg. Tel. Doug. MJO.
17TII AND POUQIJtS STS
MUST be sold at once, men' exclusive
clothing and furnishing goods store in
Neb, county rest town; must be sold by
Feb. 1. Address Y 20". Bee.
PATENTS bought. old, exchanged, pro
cured; buy or aell anything. Merchants
Studio. Buffalo. N. Y.
THEATERS Buy, leaso or aell your the
ater, machine and supples through
Theater Ex Co., 106 Farnam D. IVj7.
OFFICE for real estate or Insurance;
same floor aa Bee office: 13x21 feet; $Ju,
The Bee Hldg.. Of I Ice Room 103.
TO " SELL" or buy a buaineo. call on
Bunch ft Borghoff. Frcnaer Blk. D. 83D.
TO GET In or out of business call on
GANQESTAD. 423 Bee Bids. Doug. 3477.
SEE Omaha Theater Supply Co. for bar
gains in established shuwa. D. .U
BUSINESopportuniUeo. WIS Capitol
Ave., Omat a.
8kTT63 S. 2)th, close in; heat, water and
janitor aervtce, all for 83) Doug. Kiiai.a
Kc)MlN'G HOUSE of nine rooms, wefl
furnished, full of roomers. Will aell
cheap a owner Intenda to leave city.
2201 Douglaa bt. Pbon Doug. 7964.
COIOREX) man wishes position as rook,
porter or anything he is capable of do
ing. Phone Doi'gla '..)') and ask for
room No. !l
WANTED A Job that will pay board
and room by able-bodied mau able to
tend furnace or do anything. Address
EXPERIENCED colored man deairea
position a porter or ianitor. Best cf
icIVrence. Webster 4731.
EIGHT years' office experience, compe
tent bookkeeper and cashier, aged SO,
RELIABLE, first-clas fireman will BO
anywhere; references. Address Y Ivt,
1 N'T K i.f.l i K N f yo ii it g n A y" wa n t poat
tion a ho.ieckeetier where theie are no
children. Ad.lreea Odna Kckcrt, General
Vdi'Ni. reliable colored woman" wanta
general houeework; la nt.no cpcrcnced
rook- .Pno.n8 J-uglaa and ask for
room No. 7.
POSITION wnnic.l as housekeeper by
middle-aged lady In small Protestant
family. I'hone lied K72, between and
WHITE, woman wishes work In private
home, hoarding house or hotel; go
home nlgMs.Phone Douglas 3447.
WANTED A noeltlon aa housekeeper or
nurse by elderly lady. Address 22.i I lar-i
mony St., Council Bluffs, Is.
RELIABLE colored wotaan Wants work
of any kind: scrubbing and cleaning
especially. Call Douglas fiS72.
LADY wishes position as genefal house
keeper In small family. Mr. Fltzmyer,
cnre general delhery.
WANTED Position as nousekeeper with
a small child. Address Box. 456, Ham
WASHING wanted: 2"ri a piece; shlrt
walsts, loc; mending free. Harney 83..4.
EXPER1 EN'CKl i laundry wotnt.n wants
bundle washing; neat work. Web. Zl"7.
COLORED MAID would like place as
chambermaid or housekeeper. Web, 1491.
PRACTICAL nurse wishes position;
jane any kind of case. Doug. i0m.
l't Ts ITIi ).N wanted "aa h("'isekeepr.C'all
In person. Leavenworth.
COLORED woman wishes place as
chambermaid. Webster 12H.
LACE curtains and bundles carefully
laundered. Webster 4283.
LACE curtains and bundle carefully
laundered. Webnter 4233.
Cleaning and laundry work. Web ster 474".
DAY work of any kind. Web. 69A Mary!
HELP WANTED MALE
Store and Office.
SALESMAN Machinery, and graa engines,
road experience necessary. .$125 and up
Steno. and clerk $0
Typist hlller $40
WATTS RFF. CO., S3S-40-43 Brandels Th.
SALESMAN Machine and gas engines,
$126 and exp. ; salesman, card writer, $76;
ateno. and clerk, $60; steno., $60; typist
WATTS REF. CO., 8:-4n-42 Brandels Th.
SQUARE PEGS IN SQUARE HOLES.
We find " a position that fits you.
CO-OPERATIVE REF. CO.,
1015-1B CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
HIGH-GRADE) commerteai positions.
WEST. REFERENCE BOND ASSN..
7i".2 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
Professions and Trade.
WANTED A goodblacksmltrr Box 401,"
TTrug Store Snaps. Job. Kneist. Bee Bldg.
WANTED at once two (2) irood frame
shaver or hide cutters. Good wages,
steady work. Foster Robe & Tanning
Co., 1C25-1629 Fifth St., S. E., Minneapolis.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
MONDAY, JANUARY 31,
Y. M. C. A.
WANTED Salesman to sell to grocers,
general stores and confectioners in
small country town; 25 per cent com
mlHsion; $40 weekly drawing account.
Crown Cider Company, 207 S. Commer
cial St.. St. Iouls Mo. Dept. 4.
WANTED We offer an exceptional op
portunity to good salenmen to sell ;
grocerle direct to the consumer. Write
Harder Bros. & Co., Wholesale Grocers,
MEN everywhere make $10 dally placing
samples of new necessity with automo
b.le owners. Orolo Manufaotuilng Coni
lany, 1 xiuisvillH, Ky. y
GENERAL agents wanted in every
county In Nebraska. Small capital re
quired to handle aneliey. No competi
tion. Don't answer unless you mean
business. Address J-399, Bee.
'OFFICE bov wanted; must be 16. Apply
Cudahy office. South Side.
YOUNG MAN. be a barber. I. teach you
quickly, cheaply, thoroughly. Tools fur
nished. 1 give you auual 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 cilius in U. ri. and Can
ada. Call, write or phone A. IS. Moler,
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE. Omaha.
SEE OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER.
If you can't attend day aohool
you can hold your job and at the
ame time get your automobile
education if you euro1! in th
OF NEBRASKA AUTOMOBILE
SCHOOL. 24! LEAVENWORTH.
GOOD MEN WANTED
to learn auto work, for the big spring
rush. Fine training work on autos and
electrlo atartlng system.
AMERICAN AUTO COLLEGE.
20CS Farnam Ft. Omaha, Neb.
LEARN THE BARBER TRADE.
Trl-Cltv Barber college: low rate tui
tion, including set of tools; wage paid:
electric massage, hydraulic chair; cat
alogue free. 1124 Dougls St.. Omaha.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS Thou,
sands of appointments to he made.
Free hook let telling w here they ore,
what thev pay. with specimen examina
tion questions. Nat 1 Co. Institute, 43')
Seventh St.. Washington. D. C.
MEN 18 or over, wanted aa railway mail
clerks. Sample examination question
free. Franklin Institute. Dept. 221 L,
Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED Namea of ambitious men, 18
to 45. wishing to become Omaha mall
carriers. Commence $7 month. Address
Y 199. Bee.
MEN for firemen, brakemen. $120 monthly.
Experience unneceaaary. Railway, Y-185.
care Bee. o
AtjENTS AND CANVASSERS
COAL agent wanted In every town; get
a trial car. 1 . si. cox. mi. riatte, r.o.
Store tad Offices.
WTN k Remington, Monarch or Smith
Premier typewriter, free. Fnter Rem-
' ington accuracy speed contest, January
20. Particular for the asking.
WTII AND DOUGLAS.
STFNO. lout of tew lil jri6
S'enograpl er mi
THE CANO AGENCY. M0 P.EE BLDG,
Prolfaaloaa and Iran
Ads for servant tclrls will be run 3
days free of chSige. Bring, send or
hone your ad to THE BEE offt-e.
I'hone. Tyler lots. !
- . . 1
ACCOMPANIST wanted for vocalist by ;
the hour. I'hone Harney 2479. ask for.
Mra. iwtnvine. ,
GIRL to l-m hrrtreaing.
Parlor. li City Kat.
Salvoaaa a ad Sollcltora.
EX P E R f E N C F D SO LI "1 T O R 3Tt 1 T A K E
ORl'EIf FOR SKITCH; PERMA
NENT WORK; STRAIGHT SAI.ARY
AND CAR FARE. APPLY SAT. R.
TYLER. FLA TIRO N HOTEL.
llonaeknld and llomeafir.
THE Bervant Girl Problem Solved. The
Bee will run a Servant Girl Wanted Ad
! REE until you n-t the des reit results.
'Phis spplle.n to residents of Omaha.
South Omaha and Council Bluffs. Bring
od to The Beo office or telephone
WANTED Good, clean SwediKh or lln.
hernlsn maid In assist with general
housework; need not be enllrely ex
perienced. Harney .r:0. M24 Seward St.
WANT E D N e at, reliable German or Ro
hemian girl to assist with housework;
would consider hlRh school or college
girl. Harney 4,"$$.
WANTED School girl to assist with
housework for room and board: must
be W year of age or over. Call Wal.
WANTED Girl for ireneral housework
German. Norwegian or Dane. I'hone I
V ANTE l Reliable white girl to assist
with housework: Swedish or Danish
preferred. Wal. 1W . "OH cumlng St.
WANTED- Girl for aeneral
house w ork
good wages, good home; 2 in lamlly
.Mt Fnderwood Ave. Wal. '42s.
W A NT ED Good white girl for general ;
housework. Small family. No cooking,
2315 S. 32d St. Har. 4Uil.
WANTED White girl for general I
housework: small family, no children.
2M0 Harney. Har. 6."19.
GIRL for general housework: family of
three; good wages paid. Mrs. H. N.
Wood, K:4 Georgia Ave.
WANTED Girl to nsist with house
work and care of small child. Phone
WANTED Experienced white girl for
general housework, Mrs. T. J. Dwycr,
1 larney 220.
GOOD girl to assist in general house
work; won't object to farm girl. 2.")2
"WANTED Girl for genera! housework.
Small family. Red 4757. 713 N. 20th St.
WANTED Middle-aged lndy for. house
keeper; Gorman preferred. Tel. 'D. Sift,
WANTED At once, competent cook. 101
So. 32d Ave. Harney 9SI.
YOUNO women coming to Omaha a
stranger are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian Association building
at St. Mary Ave. and l'ilh St., where
they will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers' guide at Union station.
A RARE opportunity; comfortable liv
ing; home sewing; plain cloth seams;
any sewing machine; steady; no can
vassing; no trlflers wanted; samples Kic;
returned If not satisfactory. Home Sew
ers' Co., Jobbers Sewing, Rehoboth, Del.
WANTED Competent teacher, to live
with family and teach two boys the
7th, 8th and 1st year in High school;,
state experience and wages wanted.
C. J. Hyshan, R. R. 3, South Omaha.
WANTED Girl of 19 wants companion.
Write Miss OR. Denman, Belgrade, Neb.
GET BOYLES GREVT OFFER
FOR THE MID-WINTER TERM
Just Send me your name and I'll give
you by return mall the greatest, most
attractive otrer ever made by a repu
a combination premlum-and-casli-reha to
of for that will both make von mnn.v
and save yu money.
MID -WINTER TERM OPENS JAN-
UARY 8D, IN BOTH DAY AND
In Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Stenotypv.,
Touch Tyepwrltlng, Telegraphy and
Civil Service preparation. Wrl'e, tele
phone or call for big 114-page catalogue
and last Issue of college Journal.
II. B. BOYLES. PRESIDENT.
18th and Harney St. Tel. D. 1565.
STARTS M0N., JAN. 17TII
, 3 TO 6 P. M.
Reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic,
English, English for coming Am., short
hand, typewriting, ' bookkeeping. Five
days per week. $5 per month. Enroll for
part or full time, for one or more sub
jects, afternoons or night, or both.
Y. M. C. A. SCHOOLS,
17TII AND HARNEY STS.
SAVE MONEY ON COURSE.
For alo, with good reasons for sell
ing, a variety of courses In a reliable
Business Fchool, one of the leading busi
ness colleges of Omaha. Will be sold
very reasonable aw a y below regular
price. If, you are considering taking a
course investigate this at once, slnco
Fall Term begins soon. Call office,
THE VAN SANT SCHOOL
Day School for Young Women.
Evening School for Young Men and
Saturday morning class in typewriting.
lone C. Duffy. Owner and Manager.
808 S. 18th St. Omaha.
FOR sale, the following scholarships In
a first-clas Omaha Business College:
One unlimited combination business
and shorthand course.
One -unlimited stenographic course.
One three-months' business or steno
VV ill be sold at a discount at the office
of Ths Omaha Bee.
LEARN to dance at the PeLux Dancing
Academy; classes Monday and Wednes
day: 60c per lesson, or 8 lessons for $2;
private lessons any time. Phone South
ENFIELD School course lu credit bounce
for sale cheap. Address F 003. Bee.
TOUNO women coming to Omaha a
StrMigers are Invited to viait the Young
Women's Christian association building
at 17th 8t. and St. Mary s Ave., where
they will be directed to auitable board
ing places or otherwise assisted. Ixok
for our travelers' guide at th Union
PILES, FISTULA CURED.
Dr. E. H. Tarty cures piles. fitula
and other rectal diseases without surgi
cal operstlon. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write for book
on rectal diseases with testimonials.
DR. E. R. TARRY. 140 Bee Bldg.
THE Salvation Armv Industrial home so
lieila your old clothing, furniture, nisg-
siines. we collect. we distribute.
I'hone Douglas 4136 and our wuon will
!'."U",..Cl!.a,V-Jn,!'- our -,w nom -
1110-1112-1114 Dodge bt
SAN FRANCISCO INSTITUTE, 709
South lth St.. second floor. Hot tub
hatha, shower aenuina Karili.h m..
sag, chiropody, manicuring, graduates.
Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
MISSES GRAY AND HUD.
Electric baths, massage, chiropractic
and manicuring. Aarlm nta for ladles
t-rd gentlemen. 210-12-14 Palrd Blk, Lib
and Imuglss. Douls 34S5.
n tr 11 rn tr 11 i K, , 7
R U P T U R E t!?ZZ?t Z t'V!
without a sore-teal
operation." Call or write Dr. ray M
Metheny. Beo Bids.. Omaha
M El ' ll. Al Kl n,jt ana iuouui n Turkish
bath for ldl-s and gentlemen, lady
attendant for ludi: Swedish maasaga
191S .mnJSt DoiiKlaa 34.1?.
Personal -Misae PlTplVs "ft" Mason, bath,
electrio treatment. Open I a. m to
p. m. Doug. 713. L4 Brandels Tli.
VAPOR, TUB AND SPRAT BATHS
Idua La Beit 7i S. 1SU tsl., Jd lloor
Pt P. 7044.
Bslh.n, 1 vi Farnam Ft.
Rnorn 2. I 'none iMuclas STM.
M. HRI'GM AN.
Steam and ahower baths. Red
R'kmii '2, Karhnch Blk.
I RHEUMATISM treated auccessfully, re
I suits guarant'd. Dr. Bowser, 814 Ree Rldi.
M US. STEELE,
Mcrllcsted baths. 1721 Dodge St.
COZY nnnicurlng tiarlois. hath.
Fnrnani. Apt 7. Doug. 7S74.
o. 171 h St.
Phone Douglas M72.
:.20 Bee Bldg.
MASSAGE Miss ebster, 618 Paxton Blk.
2215 GENTLEMEN, if you
want a nice room, either single or
double, with nhe surroundings, ace what
we have. We serve good board.
-oTH ST., -M3. S. One nice large front
room; also east room, large enough for
twoi close in and well-heated.
l " B 1 " NO. Elegantly furnished
modem rooms in private family, to re-
TJ neq people: excello nt hoard If desired.
JONES ST.. 2424 Front room and hoard
fur two. in private family; gentlemen
preferred: walking distance. Dong. 8122.
FURNISHED rooms with excellent
board, suitable for two, also one small
room, very reasonable. 212 S. 25th St.
Hotel sanford. hotel hap.let.
19th and Farnam. 20th and Farnam.
Special Hales to Permanent Guest.
19TH STlTs SoNOTICR'The locationT
3 blocks from business district; excel
Jenth ojnecook I n g. Douglas 82S6.
TWO nicely furnished rooms7 a II mod
ern, close in; privato family, for gen
tlemen. Harney 7143.
"WEST Farnam, on car line, attractive,
warm oom in home. Gentlemen. $15.
FINE furnished rooms, clean and well
heated. $7 up. 2!ilt S. 21th. Doug. bi'Ji.
FARNVM. 2S22 Two nice housekeeping
rooms, electricity, steam, gas range.
r,V. f. d St
close in; ail
CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE.
3 room, bath, entire upstairs resi
dence; modem except heat, $10. 2511
Corby. Web. 6755.
3UJ ST.. 128 N. New modern house; 2
room and cloaet, furnished for light -housekeeping;
private family;, reference
required. Harnev r76.
DAVENPORT. 2018 TWO NICELY
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING RMS.
20TI1 ST.. 312 N. Suite of rooms, with
hath: nicely furnished; also sleeping
16TH St., 402 No. Two modern housekeep
Ing rooms; steam-heated, gas furnished.
OUTSIDE steam-heated apts.. furn. for
light hkpg.: $i wk.: 2102 Chicago. T. 2S07.
DOUGLAS, 1302 Two large suites,
nis. ed complete.
CKNISHNn roi m
i ?rn convenience
families or hoardlti
eet class will be found In the Furnished
; im "" "
, TWO large, well furnished rooms: laree
closets; modern home; good board; in
private family. Tyler 1709.
STEAM-HEATED suite of room; also
one single room. Excellent board. 212
So. 25th St. Douglas 31.18.
S. 10TH. 1214 Room and board; modem,
near depots and wholesale district.
Phone Douglas 7078.
FOUR upstair rooms without heat, $12
partly modern. 112 S. 29th St.
2G32 Harney St.. mod. 10-room brick
house. Hot water heat. Inquire T. J.
O'Brien. Tel. H. 1094: P. 1216.
2S17 CALIFORNIA Fine 8-r. house with
nice large lawn. Call 3773 California.
NEW, 7-room, modern h.ouse, 3317 Seward.
Phone Harney 4742.
3520 Lincoln Blvd. 11-room house, strictly
modern, with hot water heat. Price
$50. Douglas 1S18.
FREE KENT TO FEB. 1.
23 S. 19th St, 8-r., all modern house;
well arranged for renting rooms; close
m s. atn St., .-r., an mod. house;
Ing distance. $25.
HASP BROS.. DOUG. 1653.
8-ROOM home In Hanscom Park District.
113ti Georgia Ave., with garage; nicely
decorated, excellent condition; $35.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, W14 Harney St.
BARNS 1314 l'ier-'e. wr. Doug. 2919.
7-ROOM modern house, 639 S. 27th St
Harney 816. Look this over.
SEE the Central Furniture Store's FREB
8036 SOUTH ICth 5-r. cot. part mod.. $9.
2520 U irt SI.
2004 N. 27th,
10-r., all mod. house.
8110 8. 29th St.. 8 mis., ull mod., $35.00.
819 N. 19th St., 9 rms., all mod., $36.00.
4 S. 36th St.. 7 mis., all mod.. $;i3.60.
2i2 Chicago St., 5 rms., mod. ex. lit, $i.
2902 N. 2Mb St., C rms., mod. ex. lit., $l.
2n5H Snhler St.. R rms.. part mod., $13.00.
H1KKETT & COMPANY.
423 Bee Bldg.. Doug. 6"1.
jjrt.ooo-r., l":a,8 N. 20th St., St. Louis flat.
$'.'7.50 8-room, 659 S. 2th St.
$S.00 6-room, 1310 I'acTic St.
H. A. WOLF.
614 Ware Block. Douglas SfKM.
2"0 Douglas, modern, 8 rooms, $32.c0
1125 South 31st, modern, 8 rooms, JCD.oo.
2i South 4'st modern, 7 rooms, 22 fo
JOHN N. FRENZER. DOUGIAH 5.4.
HOUSPP Pre,Ph 8on Bee BldgT
'"uptpln all part, of the city.
BEAUTIFUL 5-room buugalo w$30. Wob
BARNS 1314 Pierce. rear. Doug. j3o;
r-Url Htl.1 AK IS AND FLATS
Near Clarkson Hospital
Very well hullt, pressed brh'k. two
apartment buildinp. Rented cheap at
$S4i a year. Price .0ii, terms.
( J lover & Spain.
1V20 City Nat Doug. 392.
VERY choice 4 or 5-room rteam-heated
apartment on West Farnam St.
fiHN W. BOBBINS. 1V2 FARNAM ST.
iS N. 17TH-S-r.. all mod. apt. $15.50.
RASP BROS., Doug. KM.
, , ,-.v;
r 1 r.-K K.1
team heated apartment
very desltable. the Chula 'lofo Hh
ar-d Puppleton Ave.. 142 60. 322 Bran
deia Theater Bldg. I mug. 1TT1.
Mlacel la neons.
WARM. COZT APARTMENT
Fine spartment of four rooms and
bath, nicely decorated; oak finish,
aleain heat, janitor servi e. Everything
lirst-clufs. See it snd you will take il
f-COTT ft HILL CO.
Dooglas I 9
Cl t SE-IN ai ar n enia 3-r.,
Nice l alion, $ ft 11 1
)'2 Omaha Nat. D. ::ja.
1 od ut rest,
Bu k si to.,
Ilonr,! and Room.
a that offer every mod
and comfort In nrivata
THE for rent ailwrtiaemcnls appeartn
in rne ror nrni column or The Re
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