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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1916)
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All Foreign Advertising, under Agents or Help
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No Ad Taken for Less Than a Total
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Phone Tyler 1000
CARD OK THANKS.
Wfi wish to thank our frlattda and es
pecially tho Union Pacific office em
ploves. Woodmen of the World 104, De
gree of Honor 173 and St. Aloyslus so
ciety for the kindness and sympathy
shown at the death of our son and
MR. A NO MRS. JOSEPH VOGL.
. WILLIAM J. MAIER.
LEO If. MAIER.
WK wish to thank our many kind fi lends
and neighbors, especially Mrs. I. Hove,
, for the kindness and sympathy shown
during the Illness and death of our be
loved father; also for tho many beau
tiful floral offerings. Mrs. 1. I'roeuplo,
lleiiry. John. Tony and Joseph Morl-
DEATHS AND KIMJRtl, NOT III:
BIRD Aldora M.. wife of It. Hlrd. at
' family residence, 217 N. 2Mb St., Jan.
' Funeral from Crosby's chapel Wednes
day, Jan. 19, at 2 p. in. Interment Falr
Mw cemetery. Council Bluffs.
KaTH'8. florista. jso4 Karn'am Ht!"b. soon?
L. HfcNDKhsoN. IHI lioiiglss. L. liyf
Member Florists Telegraph Uel. Ass n.
S IKS8 A HWUHODA 14U Kern am gt.
A. JjSnAUHUK. lfcj liarnuy. iJuug. luOU
MONlTMRNT AD CKMETKHIK8.
your dead In the eold rrounii
In stormy weather when you can buy a
tomb In a marble building at a reason
awe prtceT J'hone the MAL'SULKUil
CO., Douglas 2J7j.
Ready Reference Directory
E. A. DWORAK, C. P. A.
M-48T Ramge Bldg. Tel. Doug. 740.
if. T. !lhafer A Co.. 12th-Farnam. t. 7474.
Kvarett . Dodd. 13 Kaxton Blk. D. 9081.
C. T. Dtcklnaon. Ill Paxton Blk. D.
Dtrwd Auction Co. 1115-18 W O W. H.ti.
H. REF.DER. 180 N. 18tnT Web. 3?7.
UAH AND IRON FOlnUKlKS.
Psxton-Mitchell "e.. f7tn and Martha His
cjSlROPRACTlC SI'INAL AUJVUH
DR. RURHORN, 18th and Farnam. Wead
Bldg. D. 6147; Palmer school graduate.
Dr. 3. C. Lawrence. 1 l aird Bldg. D. litl.
DR. W. If. KNOLLENBERCl, Suite tit.
Bee Bldg. Tel. Tyler 1038;
Carrie J. Buford. t Pa. Blk. Red 4MW.
cTSrLlSTER" AND CONtR-ACTOIl
Leeaard Bon. 1$0 Capitol Ave. T. 1132.
C. If, H ok an son, 2606 Lvnw th. Tyl. 11W-J.
COST Ol KB.
THEATRICAL gowns, full dress suits, for
rent. 3 N. 17h St. John Feldman.
DANCING ACAD MI ICS.
FALL terra open at Mackle's. Doug. 5440.
PB LtrXW ACADKMT. Ill B. 18th St. I
LADIES' Jackets remodeled In the latest
style. 19U Farnam. Douglas 2&2.
Kalstar's Dressmaking Col. 1628 City Nat
Terry Dr smak'g college. SOth A Farnam.
DYERS AND CLEANERS.
SjTATB Pry ring. Co., 120 N. 12th. D. 5W..
JAMES ALLAN. 112 Neville Block. Evi
dence secured in all rases. Tyler 1134.
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. Ill W.O.W. Bldg.
Pyorrhea. Dr. ricklea. 724 City Nat. Bank,
Taft Pantal Room 15i7 Douglas. D. 21st
DRUGS at eut price; freight paid on 10
orders; catalogues free. Sherman Mc-
Connell Drug Co.. Omaha Neb.
EVERYTHING FOR WOMEN.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all sites and
tyles; hemstitching, point edging; em
broidery, teaing, oraiaing, coramg,
eyelet eut work buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Pleating Co., SOU Douglas block.
Duutaa l!. .
t'l oa Allender :i h Bldg. Red Kii
CAHILL EIJ5CTH10CO.. Be Bid. D. 179.
PINNACES AND TIN WORSE.
CABERSTROII. 402 liamUton. WaL 71-
- Ad Hates
Per Word..Each Insertion
And you will receive the same
court Pim service us thou Kh you
wrrw (lrlivrrinK your Wajit-Ail to
THK Mi;i: office in person.
IIIRTHS AND DKATII.
Illrtbs Moyd and Carolyn Willis, IKK
South Thirty-sixth, boy: V. K. and Julia
Knee, 8.T46 JJoyd. girl: Antonio and l'ao-
llna Lotta, 2101 1'jeixe, girl; Omer and
Lena Schllchtmeler. hostiltal. bov: O.
!. and Oertrude Wrleth. W5 South Fifty-
rirst, gin- Tony and I tone l'lllge, 2007
l'lerce, boy: Morris M. and Sousa S.
Rlemennon. 24HM Mrown. boy; Charles anij
Hella Settle, Klfl v-seventh anil Hickory,
girl; Karl and Rose 1 licks, 2121 Inke,
girl; Louis and Frances Clant. 3210 I
girl; Anthony and Jui:e Nekola, f.4?;!
South Seventeenth, bov; Kdward t;. and
Freda Ualligan, 'SM North Twenty-first,
girl; Clyde and Marv I'ooler. 1229 South
Sixteenth, hoy; Anton and Augusta'An
derson. Thirty-fourth and Urlggs. boy
Clarence and Mi.ibelln Smith, X122 Frank
resth William T. Ratnea, 3931
North Twenty-third; Mrs. Jda R. Shaw,
69, hospital; Joel M. Smith. 4019 Nich
olas; Harry 1'. Strong. f,2. 14H South
Sixteenth; Jerry Sullivan, S3. 4:S I'arker;
Mrs. Margaret Hatcher, at, MM South
Thirty-second: Mrs. Anna Tlttman. .
hospital; John Mears, M, hospital;
Charles Alton Lindsay. . 1M0 South
Tenth; Catherine K. Custer, ' months,
Chlld a Saving Institute; Helen M. Halley,
t. 220 Brown: Imnald Stuart, S months,
hospital; Ruth llackett, 5 months. 2018
Bt lf.DINO PERMITS.
lletlle Henderson and Carrie Olson, 152
oortn i niny-iirin, rrame dwelling, 12.500;
Frank C Seward. 4a07 Ranks avenue
frame dwelling, $2,Wio; August Konlg
rvruKHo. .Tin iarimore avenue, rrame
FIXTURES AND WIRING.
Electric washing machines, electric
Iron and reading lamps. See ua first
22-J1 Cuming Mt. Tel. l)otig. 2fd9.
BAM KNEKTEH. 11120 Farnam. Red 6S34,
Rotholi, 2818 Leavenworth. If.
TVi!i.!iir?e."1 ,tock r nasquerade and
Theo. Lleben &
n, vuaiumea in nil uountrv
eon. 1M4 Howard. D.41IS
Engllsn. French Instruction. 306 Lyrlo Bid.
JUSTICE OF THal l'AC.
HiJ' LHklBOnl:- M Pton Blk. K.d
7401. Notary public; deposition tenu.
V BRITT. mi Barker Block.
MARTIN BROS, ft CO. Kxchana- BM
MOV1NU PICTLlllfi MACUINi7
OMAIIA .P,lm Ex - 0 nd Doug Mo.
Hln '?.' "If-. ," "J. Py as you
jean. Dra McCarty, yy. (y yy- 'H(
OSTEOPATH PH .A v .,.
JOSEPHINE ARmTttITono. H Bee Bldg.
X. O. BarnelL Paxton Blk. Tel. Red TU7.
II. A. Sturgea, . Brandeis Theater nt.1-
l'-UMa UUAAkU, "
CURLED, dyed. DKUele. 113S City Nat,
WATERS-BARNHART Ptg. Co oualltv
Pruning. Tel. Doug. 2114 Ijthfi.
CENTRAL Printing Co. DOUGLA3 J7
laanung cojJT.I. Douglas 4.
Om. Standard Scale Co.. 5U S. uth r .i
Parley Shoe Rep'r Co.. xyjariy-m. R. 3444
CARTER Sheet Metal Company.
no a u
!Jtl??Wlfo.jm S. Uth. D. 5it.
THINK AND SUIT'CASEi;
FREUNG A PTE3NLK. 10 Farn.
Christiansen. 2d fl Paxton Bk.. 18 yr
Wedding nnoupcements. OouaptT ce,
WEUDl.Nb UIAg'sT '
BltU WAARD-8 "lucky wedrfln.
at 14th and
Douglas Sts "
WlXtg AND U4VURI,
ALEX JETES. 201 -I g. Vth Bt. Wlnea.
liquors, clgara Plate dinner U to a. loa
HBNRY POLIXJCK LIQUOR HOUSE,
Uth and Capitol Ave. Tea-cent lunch!
PUT your family liquors at Klein's
Liauor hous. -a N. itth. Douglas INS.
OMAHA A- COUNCIL 111. I I'FS STREET
HA 1 1. WAY COMPANY,
Persons having lout some article would
do well to mil up Urn office of t
Omana Council Muffs Street Railway
company to ascertain whether they left
It In tho street cars.
Many articles eacn flay are turned In
ami the company is anxious to restoie
tiiem to the rightful owner. Call
LOST In or about the Hipp theater, Sat
urday evening, spectacle tuf, contain
ing extm size magnifying glasses;
great value to owner. Finder please
call pong. ff. ;?j N lth Hewatd.
1 iht Somewhere around shopping dis
trict, one Knights of Columbus watch I
rnrm, engraved P. J. L. all Doug.
Mt and receive generous reward. ,
LOHTBIack i j k muffler a t Cen t ra 1
Evening llls-h school. Monday evening.
Iteward. Arlluir Friedman, lteo business
THK law deals severely with persons
who fall to return lost properly to the
Karnttare unit Household Good.
11-foot light oak office counter, ault
able for stationery storage; almost new;
aharaln. JOS Brandeis Ring
BIO BARGAINS. Furniture,- $5; stoves,
beds springs, mattr'fl, $1 each; tiedding
comforts, blankets. 1839 N. 24th. W. 1107.
ALL HHPAIHH- Water tronts, furnace
colls, etc. Quick service. Omaha Stove
Repair V(irV DouelM. Tvlcr 20.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattresses made
over Just like new. 190T Cumins. D. 2167.
ROYAL Acorn baseburner for salo cheap.
MS8. 23rd St. Douglas 6501.
Pianos, Musical Instrument.
I3fl Victor Cabinet Phonograph
per month. A. Hosne. 1613
$5 In gold will be paid for the name of a
prospective piano or plnyer-plano buyer.
ROBINSON PIANtJ CO.,
214 S. 18th St.,
Factory Plwtrlhutorw t able I'lanos
"tore and Ufftee Flstnrra,
DKSKS, safes, scales, showcases, shelv
ing, etc. We buy, sell. Omaha Fixture
aV Supply Co.. 414-16-18 H. 12th. Doug. 2724.
Camera and Kodaks.
FILM 8 developed tree If purchased from
r-noio ltiii Miop. m nee Hiflg. uept. u
Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches.
DIAMOND LOCKET, men's and ladles'
watches, reasonable. Friedman. 12! 1 Doug.
Limbfr and Building; Material
DRY kindling by the load. Harney XiS,.
We rent. reDalr. anil needles ami i,rt
of all sewing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
18th snd Harney Bts. Doug. 1862.
T e rltera and supplies.
MIDLAND RIBBON & CARBON CO'
We make them in OMAHA. What?'
Typewriter Ribbons! Suppllc for the I
office. Douglas 2147. 22sHee Bldg. j'
ItKNT an Oliver typewriter A mo. f'iri.
Oliver Typewriter Agency. Vw Farnam. 1
TTrKKWn MIS sold, renteu
Central Typewriter Exc. 1905
RELIANCE Ribbon and Carbon t'o., cfir
bon paper and Inked ribbons. D. TJ42.
RENT a "Remington" not Just a type
w rl ter. Low rent. Cal I pougla s 128 1.
BUTTS Typewriter Exchange, 318 S. lStb.7
St. All makes for sale or rent.
Billiard and Pool Table.
hOR 8A LJ New and second-band carom 1
and pocket billiard tables and bowling I
alleys and accessories; bar fixtures of I
all Kinds; easy payments. The Bruns- I
wlek-Haike-Collcndcr Co., 407-409 3
Answers tne question
"Where to go tonight."
EMPRESS. 15th & Douglas.
With a Rose," 3-reel Es-
"When Two Day a Game." Vltagraph.
"Llttlo Brown Hen."
PRINCESS 12TT-19 DOUGLAS.
4th and latest ihaptcr, "Uirl and the
"Spider Barlow's Competition," a clever
"Grace's Gorgeous Gowns," a comedy
latest war '. lews, current events, etc. j
CRAND. 16TH AND BINNEY. I
Four reel of good pictures.
LOTHROP. 24TH AND LOTHROP.
PAUA&ilJUNT presents ,
Mary 1'akford In
- "Mistress Nell."
APOLLO. 2824 LEAVENWORTH.
The Black Hole of (ilenranald. 2r. Kal.
Crosuud Wires. Kal. It Happened In
Snakevllle, Es. Rooney's Had I a He, Vita
Bessie Barrlacale in "Tho Painted tioul."
A Mutual master picture, 1-reel comedy.
MONROE. 1555 FARNAM.
Mabel Trunnelle and Mara ManDermott
In Shadows from the Past, in 4 reels.
Charlie Chaplin In a cartoon eomedv.
BE8BE. 24TH A N.
At the Risk of Her Ufe. Kalem. The
Making of Crooks. 3 reel Scllg. Is
ClirlaUuas a Bore. Vltagraph.
These are Special EVxtra-Reel
Picture now appearing at the
LOTHROP, 24TH AND LOTHROP.
PARAMOUNT presents Mary PlckfonJ In
2 55 5 FARNAM.
Mabel Trunnelle and Marc MacDermott
In Shadows from the Past. 4 reels.
PRINCES-, 1217-19 DOUGLAS.
4th and latest chapter, "The Girt and
RdllL"FF; 2561 LEAVENWORTH.
Bessie Barrlscala in "ilia Painted woui.
A Mutual tnaslor picture.
The following marriage llcenaoa were
Name and Address. Age.
John I- Coffey, Omaha over 21
Sarah Carey, Omaha ....over 18
lAtuis A. lequo, Omaha 35
Marie F. lK-hring. Omaha Zi
Kay H. Young. Omaha over 21
Gertrude E, Miller, Omaha over 18
Jamea C. Parshall, Omaha C
Marie 1- Eastwood. Lincoln 19
Frank Karas. Omaha
Ruth O Mara. Omaha 23
Herbert Brown. Omaha So
t arolino Cooper, Omaha &i
Anthony F, Hughes, Gretna , 35
Balbtna F. 1 malum, Chalco
James E. Met leary. Omaha 2n
Anna Ilynek, Omaha 21
George MaxgaJ, South Side XI
Beside llatrk. South Side 28
Machinery and Engines.
ALL KINDS of woodworking machinery.
Including shafting, lelta and pulley.
Everything In the beat of condition.
This Includes moulding machines,
Jointer, land saw, tititing table saws,
sanding and boring machines, etc. Phone
Douglas 838 or call 1115 Hsrney tit.,
George H. I.eo To.
Woiin Working Machinery. Complete
outfit for small planing mill, includ
ing motors. This la a snap If taken as
It atands. Geo. Jl. Ie Co., 1U5 liar
nev St.. Ornnhn, Neb.
VVW Second-hand motors, dynamos,
"-" magnetos. I.e llron Electric
Works, S18-20 8. 12th St.
OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
AT 3123 SHKRMAN AVE.,
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19TH,
AT 10 A. M. SHARP.
We will sell to highest bidder the
f iirnlsliInK" of the Minnie Miller es
tate, consisting of 2 brass beds, springs
and mattresses, 12x13 rug, several small
tugs. 1 coyeto rug, several yards of
CHrKts. 1 dresser, 1 china cabinet, a
lot of sllverwsre, 1 buffet, parlor, din
ing room and ber room furniture,
Mtchen utensils, dlxhes and many arti
cles too numerous to mention.
Don't forget to attend this sale.
Dowd Auction Co., Auctioneers
Wm. I,. Randall. Admlr. o
UtEI'j 1 lb- of 000 Gunpowder or
Japan tea with every 10 lbs.
of best 35c coffee, parcel post, at $2.75.
Dave'a Coffee Market, 16U Leavenworth
St., "Oman a. Neb.
FOR BALK CHKAp;
Business College Course.
Full and complete scholarship In one
of the best Omaha business achools.
Good reason for selling; perfectly relia
ble; worth full price, but will be sold
very reasonably. If Interested investi
gate ut once, because fall term begins
soon. There are a variety of courses for
ale. For particulars Inquire at the of
iioe of The Omaha Bee.
Golden West Whisky, 4 full
ouarta bottled in bond. DreDald.
Cackley Hros., Omaha.
COAL " oHskeia delivered. $1; Illinois
uu llJ nut or lump, $5,00 per ton.
WANTED TO BUY
New desks, used desks.
and traded. J. C. Reed. 1204
WANTED To buy on monthly payments,
small sloro room, with living room
above, In Central school district. Phone
ANTED 100 carloads of scrap Iron, also
metal and rublier. Write for prices. Ne
WANTED TO BUY Bakery In gbodTlve
town of 1.MJ0. Address Chas. Maxwell,
While Cloud. Kan.
II E. BLO.MAN.
Phone D. 2444. 415 Brandeis Theater,
If sick, regardless of the nature of
your ailment, chlropratlc will do for
you what no other science can. When
sll else fails try me and note the dif
ference. 1 adjust the cause of SO-CALLED
"Incurable" ailments and all derange
ments peculiar to women.
Dr. W. II. KNOLLENBERG
Phone Tyler 1938. Suite 312 Bee Bldg.
ENGINEERING, plans and map draw
ing at low rates. See McEuthron, 501
Omsha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
BifoUKOAAWs "Lucky Wedding
Rings" at 18th and Doimlas Sts
EXERCISE AT Y.M.C.A. Business men.
A I ;TOm6BILK 7-passenger. si x-cy llnderT
f'7-h. p. Mitchell Special, 1 H4 model, run
IO.011O miles; In fine shape; full set of
extra casings; full electric equipment;
an elegant, powerful cut. twap fur .
pass, car in No. 1 shape, or 1-ton truck,
or coinmerciul paper. Adurctsg S. C. SI0,
Two pool tabic 111 good condition, ex
cept cloth on tops; will trade lor nearly
aiiythinK 1 cult un-. Swapper will have
to puck 11 iid ship to himself from forty
miles east of Council Bluffs, on ltocK
Island roud; all extras, such as balls,
rack, cues, etc., ko. too. S. C H48, Hee.
1 HAVE a news-stand currying full Huo
of magaclues, periodicals, clirars, to
bacco, candy, notions, etc. Slock and
fixtures worth $4.'0. Will swap for a
good d-pasBenger car. Prefer 1915 or '14
Ford. Musi be In good condition. S. C.
ItOA us I e.K, lightweight, two-passenger.
l'.da model, lust overhauled and fully
equipped. Will swap for the best 1915
model motorcycle or motorcyclo and
side car outfit 1 can get; but it must be
A-l condition. Address 8, C. 725. Bee.
A M UER01.A ' Edison's new diamond
point cabinet phonograph; this machine
with assortment of records coat luO
three months ago; will awau for good
No. 4 Underwood typewriter. Address
H. C. IVe.
Is'EW Winchester pump gun and 1O0
shells, two pair hip boots, I pair Mack
intosh boots, hunting coat, hat and shell
est and hunting hag; all new. Will
swap for motorcyclo, or what? S. C.
DKWK AND CHAIR 54-ln. roll top desk.
In good shape, and chair, also in good
shape: will swap for w'-at have you?
1 want to get rid of this one and get a
larger desk. Address S. c. x:.
WANTED to swap. Why not advertise
something that you no longer have any
li.- f,,i- ami bM something vou reallv
need. Write Room 104. Bee Bldg.. or
phone Tyler lOoO
DINING TABLE. uuare.
shape; swap for what have you? Table
Is solid onk. Have a davenport to c.
ehang. also guartercd oak. Addres.-t
S. C. :, Hee.
BRAND new, high grade piano. $27i
value; fully guaranteed. Will P for
diamonds, Omaha vacant property or
good negotiable paper of eu.ua! value.
S. C. 845. Bee. .
$45 EDISON fliouogiuph and 25 select 4
mtnuto records, tor typewriter:, atto
Burton mandolin outfit, go.d lone, ex
cellent condition, for violin case and
good flute. Address R C. 828. Bee.
W HAT he had to aell: An automobile,
a motorcycle, a summer cottage, a
Morris rhalr. And he sold hem
through THE" BEE Want Ad columns.
HAVE) good-ton capacity Commercial
car, m good running order, 10 exenanve
for late model Ford car. Apply Couil-
ney at Co.. main olflce. V 6li. Be.
ALL furniture in 45-room hotel; iai..u
able rent on building: South Side: will
exchange for real estate; value $1,800.
Address S. C. 50;i. Bee
1912 II AiJ.ADA Y touring car 3d H. P. in
rrat clasa condition. To swap ror
"Powers ( A" or "Balrd" moving plo
machlne with motor. S. ('. 4i. Hee.
HAVE large aUed library table, beauti
fully finished in fumed oak. nae new,
to swap for euual value. What have
you? Addreos S. C. 8-fT. Bee.
Wll,l. trade my 4-cyl. uO-H. P. lebullt
racer for pool tables: mis car is fully
equipped and in good running order.
Add-ess S C Ms. Bee.
r91J TWHTlndian. fire engine clutch; will
swap for piano, moving picture ma
chine, or what have you? Address S. C.
HAVE L. C. Smith No. S model and
Underwood No. 4 model typewriters
tot rade. Address 8. C. 841. Bee.
S'iVE-YEAR old mare, unbroke. with
foal to Jack, weight 1.150; will swap for
Ford. Address S. C. 843. Bee.
GAS RANCH, beds, soft ion I heater or
other furniture, to trade for chickens.
S C. 847, Bee.
idee dining room table
dek' for library table, S.
AUTOMOBILES For other automobile
bargains sea th "Automobile" clasaitt-catlou.
Same floor as Iteo Office
TI1E BEE BUILDING
Office Room 103
I must sell my newa stand by Jan. 15,
1918; carries full line of cigars, tobacco,
candies, magazines, stationery, etc.;
good paying business, 3u per cent profit;
can be taken care of by wire while hus
band works; two living rooms in rear;
reasonable rent; good reason for selling.
For fu rther Information, call Colfax lu3i.
IF YOUR Business Collegu will stand
Igld Investigation and Ig Just what It ia
advertised, or If you are looking to
tart In business for yourself, you will
be perfectly - satisfied If you use the
Business chance column ol Trie Bee.
When buying or selling a b us I lies j,
Phone Tyler 1000.
FOR 8ALK Restaurant and barber shop,
8 rooms upstairs, all full; fancy line
groceries, cigars and tobacco, doing
good business; grand location; opiKislle
car barns, 2"1 Ave. A, Council BluftB,
la.,phone Black 183
ADVF.RTISK your property as though
you believed Us sale or rental to be
important, by keeping it listed In the
Big House, Home and Real Kstate
Guide TH H HBK.
FOR SALE Infants, children's and la
dles' furnishing store at David City,
Neb., at a bargain; best location In
town: doing an excellent business; wsnt
to retire. Box No. 3?&. David City. Neb.
PICTURE shows, locations, leases, ma
chines, repairs, supplies and accessories.
See us first. '
OMAHA THEATER SUPPLY CO., !
LIST your business with me lor qulcit
results; buy, sell and exchange.
RELIABLE BARGAIN CO.,
P.oom 2. Balrd Bldg. Tel. Doug. 320.
17TH AND DOUGLAS STf.
THEATERS Buy, lease or aell your the
ater, macnine ano supplies tnrougn
Theater Ex. Co., 140S Farnam. D. 1W.
OFFICE for real estate or Insurance;
same floor as Bee office; 13x21 feet; M.
The Bee Bldg.. Office Room 103.
TO SELL or buy a bualneas, call on
Busch & Borghoff, Frenxer Blk. D. 8319.
TO GET In or out of business call on
OANGESTAD. 422 Bee Bldg. Doug. 3477.
6EE3 Omaha Theater Supply Co. for bar
gains in established shows. D. 3621).
3-R., 503 S. 28th, close In; heat, water and
Janitor service, all for $30. Doug. lfio6.
DO you need a good salesman'.' I can
also fit In as collector, office clerk and
correspondent: urn married and must
have work: college and business educa
tion; can give excellent references from
last employer; prefer advertising or reai
estate, but will do anything honorable.
Tel. Websler 142X.
EXPERT accountant wants position as
bookkeeper; t'ire. years' experience as
manager and bookkeeper In lumber and
grain business: Lest of references. Ad
dress A. A., 1M7 Jackson St.. City.
CITY salesman with 8 years' experience
In cnlllnjr on groceries and bakeries
would like to take concctlon with some
reliable firm lor 1H16; references fur
nished. Web. 2fi73.
POSITION wanted by man and wife, first
snd second cook. On ranch or in camp.
Tel. 1 ted 7795. 2112 Cass St.
EXPERIENCED colored man desires
position as porter or Janitor. Best cf
references. Webster 4731.
RELIABLE, first-class fireman will go
anywhere; references. Address Y 205,
POSITION wanted as housekeeper by
middle-aged lady in small Protestant
family. Phono Red l272, between 9 and
COMPETENT white woman wishes
housework, where good services are ap
preclled. ottod salary expected. D. 344.
WANTED A position as housekeeper or
nurse by elderly lady. Address 225 Har
inony St., Council Bluffs, la
REI .1 A I'.l.K colored woman wants work
of uiiv Kind; scrubbing and cleaning'
t'Kpeci.illy. ('nil Douglas 5372.
WANTED Position as Housekeeper with
a small child. Address Box 455, Ham
burg, la -
WASHI.vu wanted; 2Hc a piece; shirt
waists. l."c; mending free. Harney :w.")4.
EXPERIENCED laundry womi.n wants
Ui.ndle washing; neat work. Web il.77.
P0S1TION' wanted us housekeeper. Call
in ! rson. 330".' Iea venworth.
I COLORED woman wishes place as
chambermaid. Webster 1219.
LACE curtains and bundles carefully
laundered. WcbBter 4283.
HI .DI.E washing cheap. Webster 4307.
Cleaning nd laundry work. Web ster 4745.
DAY" work of any kind. Web. 692S. "Mar7.
Stores and Offices.
STENO Hright, rapid young man, well
recommended, splendid future for right
party. Salary to start $45.00.
High grade commercial positions.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASSN. INC.
752 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
SA LESM AN Machine ajid gas engines,
$1J5 and exp. ; salesman, card writer, $.,;
steno. and clerk, pjO, steno., $00; typist
VA.TTS REF CO . M8-i42 Brandeis Th.
! SALESMAN (Implements) .
Junior office clerk
THE CANO AGENCY,
IV i Bee
LEDGER clerk ....
WATTS REF. CO.
be good penman.
Professions and Trades.
W A NTFI a t o nee t w o (2 ) "good-f rame
havers or hldn cutters. Good wages,
ateadv work. Foster Robe & Taniilng
Co.. liia-lb: Fifth St., S. E., Minneapolis.
WANTEDA good blacksmith.
Drug Store Snaps. Jobs. Knelst. Bee Bldg.
Salesmen aad Solicitors.
MONDAY, JANUARY 31,
Y. M. C. A.
WANTED Salesman to aell to grocers,
general atorea and confectioners In
small country towns; 25 er cent com
mission; $40 weekly drawing account.
Crown Cider Company, 2"7 8. Commer
cial t-t., St. l.outs Mo. Dept. 4.
WANTED We offer an exceptional op- j
grooerlea direct to the consumer. Writ
JWI IhII IV svvfu .,.. HC II i CVII I
u F-r.v -l-a AKrt I I ), . ......a,,..... ' . , - '
Harper Bros, at Co., Wholesale Grocerj,
t itles go. ill.
MEN everywhere make $10 daily pUwini .
samples of new necessity with au'.omo-;
b.la owners. Oroio Ma.iU.'acturing t om-
Iny, Ixinisvl'le. Ky. j
GENERAL agents wanted in every j
county in Nebraska, small capital re- ,
quired to handle agency. No coinpti- I
lion. I'oot ansacr unless yoj laiau'
business. Ad.iress I--.'!'. Bee.
OFFICE bov wuiiled: iuul lie 16. Apply
Cudahy office. South Side.
HELP WANTED MALE
rOL'NO MAN, be a barber. I teach you
qulrkly, cheaply, thorcughly. Tools fur
nlxhcd. I give you actual shop work.
Ti u have chance to work raturdavs
and keep half the receipts. My stu
dents in big demand. I have colleges
In all principal cities In U. S. and Can
ada. Call, write or phone A. li. Molcr,
MOLtU BARBER COLLEGE. Omaha.
SEE OUR SPECiAL HOLIDAY OFFER.
If you can i attend day school
you can hold your Job and at the
same time get your automobile
education if vou euro'! in the
OF NEBRASKA AUTOMOBILE
SCHOOL. 24oi LEAVENWORTH.
GOOD MEN WANTED
to learn auto work, for the big spring
rush. Fine training work on autos and
electrl.? starting systems.
AMERICAN AUTO COLLEGE.
Wf.3 Fa mam St. Omaha. Neb.
LEARN THE BARBER TRADE.
Trl-Cltv Barber college: low rate tui
tion. Including set of tools; wages paid;
electrl'; massage, hydraulic chairs: cat
alogue free. 1124 Douglas St.. Omaha.
M K.N 18 or over, wanted as railway mad
clerks. Sample examination question
fr'-c. Ftanklin Institute, Dept. 221 L,
TTorliepter. N. Y,
ANTED Names of ambitious men. 18
to 4.'., wishing to become Omaha mail
carriers. Commence $07 month. Address
Y 1W. Bee.
MEN for firemen, brakemen. $120 monthly.
Experience unnecessary. Railway, Y-1S."',
care Bee. o
AGENTS AND CANVASSERS
COAL agents wanted in every town; get
a trial car. I. M. Cox. No. Platte. Neb.
Stores and Offices.
WIN a Remington, Monarch or Smith
Premier typewriter, free. Enter Rem
ington accuracy speed contest, January
20. Particulars for the asking.
19TH AND DOUGLAS.
STENO.. $40; steno. and bookkeeper, $u0;
steno., Insurance experience, $.''5.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.,
City National Bank Blrig
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER ....
THK CANO AGENCY, 600 BEE
WATTS REF. CO. 838-40-42 Bran.
Professions and Trades.
A BUSY, busy door bell and a steady
stream of replies-after your 'iEE
Want-Ad has told its story.
ACCOMPANIST wanted for vocalist by
the hour. Phone Harney 2479, ask for
Mrs. Domvllle. o
EVERY day has Its sunshine for HFE
Want-Ad users. Start today. Cull
GIRL to learn halrdressing.
Parlors. 2.TC City Nat.
Saleswomen and Solicitors,
J3XPKRI ENC E D SOIJCI TORS-TO TAKE
ORDERS FOR SKITCH; PERMA
NENT WORK; STRAIGHT SALARY
AND CAR FARE. APPLY SAT. R.
TYLER. FLATIRON HOTEL.
Household and Domestic,
Ads for servant girls will be run 3
days free of charge. Bring, send or
phone your ai to THE BEE office.
Phone, Tyler 1000.
WANTED Girl for general housework,
German. Norwegian or Dane. Phone
Walnut w:X . .
WANTED Girl for general housework
good wages, good home; 2 in family
UIK! Underwood Ave. Wal. 3429.
WANTEDaood'whlte-girl for general
L. ........ , Lr n,nll fw ml I r NJr nnUlnir
2315 S. 32d St. Har. 4101.
WANTED White girl for general
housework; small family, no children.
2040 Harney. Har. 6519.
UIRL for general housework: family of
three; good wages paid. Mrs. H. N.
Wood, 10U4 Georgia Ave.
WANTED Girl to assist with house
work and care of small child. Phono
WANTED Experienced white girl for
general housework. Mrs. T. J. Dwyer,
GOOD girl to assist ill general house
work; won't object to farm girl. 2.A12
"WANTED Girl for general housework in
family of 4. Har. 3119. :X0 Dodge St.
Sv ANTED Girl "for general housework.
Small family. Red 4757. 713 N. 2oth St.
competent girl for gen
Good wages. Web. Kt0.
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; no washing. Har. 2420.
YOCNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian Association building
at SI. Mary's Ave. and Klh 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 muciune; steady; no can
vassing; no trlflers wanted; samples 10c;
returned If not satisfactory. Home Sew
ers' Co., Jobbers Sewing, Rehoboth, Del.
W ANTED Competent teacher, to live
with family and teach two boys the
7th, Sth and 1st year In High school;,
state experience and wagea wanted.'
C. J. Hyshan, R. It 3. South Omaha.
STARTS MON., JAN. UTIIj
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-
jecis. aurruoona or nigiu. or both.
Y. M. C. A,
SAVE MONEY ON COURSE.
For sale, with good reasons for sell
ing, a variety of course In a reliable
Business School, one of the leading busi
ness colleges of Omaha. Will bo sold
very reasonable- aaay below regular
price. If you are conaldering taking a
course Investigate this at once, since
Fall Term begins soon. Call offis,
PAY" SCHOOf j!
NIGHT SCHOOL. 1
Every dav 1.4 cniollnient day. Book-I
keeping, Shorthand, Menotypy, Type-1
writing. Telegraphy. Civil Service all i
Commercial and English branches. Cat-
alogue free. j
1Mb aud Haniev Sts. '
Tel. Dt.uglas 1585. I
THE VAN SANT SCHOOL
STENOGRAPH Y BOOKKEEPING.
Hay School for Young Women.
Evening School fur Young Mon and
t-atuiday morning clasa in typewriting.
lone C. Duffy. O ner and
. S. lsth M.
J VX)R sale, th" followtn
a flrst-cla-s Omaha HiiMncss College:
One unlimited combination business
and shurtt and course,
tine unlimited stenographic course
One three-mort'is' buslcess or sleno-
grap' lo course.
SMU I sold at a discount at the off ce
of The Omaha Hee
LI'ARN lo da net at the Del. ox Pancin j '
eadniy: classes .Honrs v and Wedne-'
'a. UK- per lison. or 8 Icvaon for $.':
rle l'on.- any time. Phoitv SkjuCi i
..nil', or iwiiiK -i
EN Fl ELD Schoi coIirsiiTrcr"d iTcTnxe
for sale cheap Addresa F Sot. liee.
IOUM1 women coming to Omsha ss
strangers are Invited to visit the Toung
Women's Christian nsroclutlon building
st 17th St. and St. Mary's Ave., where
they will be directed to suitable board
ing places or otherwise assisted. Look
for our travelers' guide at the Union
PILES, FISTULA CURED.
Dr. F. It. Tarty cures piles, fistula
and other lectal 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.
ANYONE knowing the whereabouts of
R. E. Taylor, sometimes giving Ms
name Roy I;. Taylor, sometimes Rod
ney K. Taylor, or anyone knowing any
thing concerning him or his relatives,
please notify hi.-t wife, Mrs. R. E. Tay
lor, Danville, Ipd
THE Salvation Armv Industrial home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, mag
azines. We collect. We distribute.
Phone Douglas 4135 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; graduates.
Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
MISSES GRAY AND HEAD,
Electric liat'.is. chiropractic treat- '
ment, scientific mnssage. 210-12-14 Baird
Blk., 17th and Douglas. D. 34SX.
T? : IT P TT 1r V. Succssfuily
" " " without
operation. Call or write Dra. Wray &
Matheny, 3t Bee Bldg., Omaha.
MEDICATED vapor and modern Turkish
baths for ladles and gentlemen; lady
attendant for ladles; Swedish massage.
1SI9 Kamam St Douglas 3437.
Personal Misses Staples & Mason, bath.
' electric treatment. Open t a. m. to
p. m. Doug.713. 862 Brandeis Th.
VAPOR, TUB AND SPRAY BATHS
Edna La Bell, 709 S. 16th St.. 3d floor
apt. D. 7048.
Baths, 1802 Farnam St.
Room 2. Phone iMiuglas 8751.
Steam and shower baths.
Room 202, Karbach Blk.
RHEUMATISM treated successfully, re
sults guarant'd. Dr. Bowser, S14 Bee Bldg.
Medicated baths. 1721 Dodge St.
COZY minlcuring parlors, baths.
Farnam, Apt 7. Doug. 7574.
VENETA, massage and alcohol.
Office 109 So. 17th St.
Phone Douglas 6.172.
520 Bee Bldg.
MASSAGE Miss Webster, 618 Paxton Blk.
25TH ST., 213, S. One nice large front
room; also east room, large enough for
two; close In and well-heated.
FURNISHED rooms with excellent
board, suitable for two, also one small
room, eiy reasonable. 'J12 S. 2oth S t .
HOTEL SAN FORD. HOTEL IIARCeT".
19th and Farnam. 20th and Farnam.
Special Rates to Permanent Guests.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, all mod
ern, close in; private family, for gen
tlemen. Harney 7143.
FINE furnished rooms, clean and well
heated. $7 up. 2916 S. 24th. Doug. 6495.
FARNAM. 2S22 Two nice housekeeping
rooms, electricity, steam, gas range.
FARNAM 2507 Irge. warm south room.
modern; private family; gentleman.
N'-V '."'S1' rim' ciu"8 ",;
FRONT room, private family,
distance. Call Red 7901.
CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE.
3 rooms, bath, entire upstairs resi
dence; modern except heat. $10. 25U
Corby. Web. 6755.
OUTSIDE ateam-heated apts., turn,
light hkpg.; $8 wk.; 2102 Chicago. T.
DOUGLAS, 1302 Two large aultes, fur-nls'.-ed
complete. Douglas 8541.
Board and Rooms.
TWO large, well furnished rooms; large
closets; modern home; good board; In
private family. Tyler 1709.
sT 10TI1. 1214 Room and board; modern,
near depots and wholesale district.
Phono Douglas TOTS.
Apartment and Houses.
5-ROOM all modern house in Co. Bluffs;
on Omaha car line; elegantly furnished,
including piano and Victrola; will rent
furnished or unfurnished; references ex-
i hanged. 34:16 Avenue A, Co. Bluffs. 8108.
3 ROOMS, 2717 Dewey Ave.; close in,
furnished complete excepting linens
and silverware; NEW; $32 summer, $35
HASTINGS & IIEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
2C32 Harney St., mod. 10-room brick
house. Hot water heat. Inqulra T. J.
O Brien. Tel. H. 1094: D. 1316.
nice large lawn.
-Fine 8-r. house with
Call 3773 California.
438 NO. 38TH AVE.
Close to sch tola and cathedral, best
part of Oma'rt; 4 rooms down, 3 up.
Will tlnlsh third floor, build sleeping
porch or garage.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE
1016 Omaha Nat. I'ank.
Evening. Wal.iut 338 or
i Lincoln HUd 11-room house, strictly
I n-ooern, with hot water heat. Price
i."iil Douglas 1V 8 &
1 5"" "ROOMS, with or without heat; rent
I reasonable. 2Sth and Davenport H. 318.
;.-,i8 N. 2TH AVE. 5-room house, $10
Call Web. 400,
New mod. bung. 27 & Manderson. Col. 129.
IS-ROOM home in lianscoin Park District.
lli Georgia Ave., with garage; nicely
I decorated, excellent condition; $35.
j HASTINGS & HKYDEN. 1814 Harney St
! bEK the Central Furniture Store's FR-B
, RENTAL LIST
FREE RENT TO FEB. 1.
622 S. 19th St.. a-r.. all modern house.
well arranged for renting rooms; close
114 S. 29th St., 7-r., all mod. house,
in the very beat repair; easy walking
415 N. 1Mb. S-r. all mod. flat, well
arranged for renting rooms; close in.
RASFBROS. DOUG, lia.
830 8. 2'nrVit.. a rmx.. all mod., $35.00.
619 N. 19th St., 9 rms all mod., ffe.uO.
64 S. 3-1 It St.. 7 tins., all mod., $2.50.
2'2 Chb'agu St., 5 run., mod. ex. ht, $20.
22 N. 28th St., rms., mod. ex. ht., $16.
558 SHhler St , 5 i ms.. part mod., $13.00.
BIKKETT - COMPANY,
423 Bee Bldg.. Doug. 633.
$ mt-5-r.. 18 N. 2)th St.. St. Louis flat.
$.7.50 9-room. .-5H S. 2ith St.
Is.Ou i-room. 1316 Pacific Bt.
II. A. WoLF.
Mi W.re Block. Douclas SKW.
26 Douiilas, n.odern, 8 rooms. $'.2.;"0
n; Koinii oisi, moaern, s rooms, H i.on
z "s soirn 4 si modern, 7 rooms i" i0
JOHN N FR E N 7. VAX. DQI Q LAS 54
HOUSES Foil RENT!
CRFIGH. SONS A: CO
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