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advertisement ordered for mort tnao
ADVERTISERS ahould rtttln
given bT The Re In payment for Want
Ada. aa no mlttake can ba rectified
t'BH THE TELEPHONE If Ton cannot
Conveniently bring or ml In your aie
Aak for a Want Ad Takar. and you will
rscalve th aame good service aa wWl
delivering your ad at the office.
PHONE TTLER 1000.
WANT-AD COLUMNS CLOSE
rTENINa EDITION !:
MORNING EDITIONS ! V- .
When to so lonliht'
15TH ft DOUOLA3:
ficllf Tribuna. No. 1, Sal.
What Happened to Tecrr. raala. Bio.
A Laap Tar Woolnj. "Sla ltopklna." Kal.
I GAtlDB.V. KARNAM.
! "The Tertla of the Ilalla." Kalrm.
'Oolden LJea." Eaa. "Safo lilak," Hellg
S Centa. Frogtam. i Cent a.
PRINCKPS. 1JI71 IOl'JLAd.
FJnventh chapter, "Olrl and tha Oanic."
"Uar, the Oyater pener," comedy.
T.aleat Mutual Weekly and Current
K.vent. "All Hailed Up." Soma Key
tUE FAftNAM. TJronr7tR"NATff7
THE ONLT WOMAN.
I Three-reel Hlanni.
FALSE FRIF.ND8 AND FIRK ATJIRMS.
tTwo-reel 1. Ko.).
OHAN!), lTll AND MINN BY.
Kdmnnd Aitfuat and Lillian Tucker In
"Kvldenee." a 6-recl world's feature,
and a good comedy.
24TH AND LOTHROP.
Paramount preaents that gripping pro
duction, "The Woman."
"Ttie Villain Woranina' " khI. Vay
Ina; the Toll," Knlo. "The Getaway,"
Vim corned y. '
IjOULEVARLTff"A LKAV KN WORTH.
Tonluht nt 7:1S and . - Quality pio-
turea Corp preaenta France X Ruh-
man and Marguerite rnow In John
I iifw a aucceua, 1 tie tM cond In Com
JTdTffiOE. FAUNA M.
Wor'rt Film (m preaenia Muriel
Oatrlrhe tn "A Circus Romance." five
acta. A tale of love and herolam be
main the srcaC white canopy ana a
MSHl!:. "4TH AND N.
"The Perilous Pwln. Kal. "Ulllle's
Lucky Hill," 1 .11b. "Virtue Triumphant,"
''-Ten, e. , jip UixIohrb. ' featuring
Earle Williams and Anita. Stewart.
FU'HKUM. ?ITH AND M.
I'aramount rlrtiirea. "A tllrl of Yeater
dsy," featuring Msry I'lckford, the ldul
of the acrern. "lillly Van Deuacn and
the empire. -
These are Bpeclal Extra-Keel
Features now appearing- at tha
&n Leaven woina.
"Paying tha Toll."
uoulbVard. md"Xnd Lkavenw th.
"The Second In Command."
"The Goddess," feat,
and Anita Stewart.
EMPRESS. FIFTEENTH DOUGLAS
What Happened to Peggy.
F-lmond August and Lillian Tucker In
1 r.vtdence. a ft-reel world feature.
ESTlIROI'T JiTlfAND LOTIIKOP.
Paramount presents that gripping pro
duction. 1 1 woman. '
iiu.MdiK, 2bu Karnam
World Film Corp. presents Muriel (it
trhhe In "A Circus Romance." five
act, a tale of love and heroism be
neath the great white csnopy
24TH AND r
"A Girl of Yesterday." feat. Mary Pick
ford, the idol of the screen.
lilTT-l DOUG LA A
Eleventh chapter of
'The Olrl and the
TUB FA UN AM 1416 FAUN AM
"THE ONLT WOMAN,"
At E wish to thank our frlunds and iieiuli
Nirs for their klndnesa shown during
the lllnecs and death nf our beloved
daughter, Dorothy, and also for the
many heautirul florsl tributes.
MR. AND MRS RICHARD KRDON
It has always been the effort of this paper
to keep ahead of its patrons' needs and desires,
and, wherever possible to increase its facilities
and improve its service.
Phone Tyler 1000
Ft XF.HU. NOTICF.
GOLDSMITH Mr. Mry
years, at 11 o doi x a n
March H 1911. of imromnllla
Funeral private, from residence, $127
It)l'rr avenue, lo Propect HIM ("orna
tely vault. Interment later. Ottumwa.
la. t.arers pleie copy.
VIRAK MrsTAIaryi aged 64, died at i p.
m. Moid a v.
ri!nml 2 p. n. Wednesday. Bohemian
Preaoyicrlan rhurrh. Interment Ho-
liemlnn National cemctfrv.
F h". I h. Ri TW4i u s t s v s . "M a rc h 7, aged 95
vears, at the home of her daughter.
Mm. F. Smith. Winona apartment.
Funeral private; no flowers.
H UT bury Tour dead In the coM ground
In atomiT weather when you can buy a
tomb In a marhl build ng at reasonahl
prtceT Tel. MAUHOLKUM CO.. D. 217k
HIISM MKT AM ( EHKTKRIK.
Haiimcistcr Monument Works, mauao
lenma. all kind of markera IMh Chaa.
BKHT VITALITY ITT KI-OWKHS or
plant. Art Comhlnatlona. ahlrpcd every
where. KxreHent a-rvlre to our rua
tomera In paat years recommend! HEM
SWUmt'A. Itir, Karnam St. 1.
tsATH. f'irlt. 14 Karnam (St. 1. Mf).
L, H KNDKIlAON, 1U ioulaa D. !'
M ember Florlata Telenrapn t'rt. An.
iTlJONAQHUK. l2 iarney. Lku. loot
A. o. V.'-SV., North Omaha, IuiIko No.
!.. Funeral of our late brother. Jamaa
M. Ulark will bo held from hla homo,
t Char lea St.. at 3 p. m . March .
Interment Foraat In cemetery. F.
M. McCulloiifth, Recorder.
1 , -j
"I'eiinlls to wed have been Issued to tha
Name and Realdence. Age.
John A. Olson, Omaha
Marie Hkorepa, Omaha )
Henry .!. rtottsch, Springfield, Neb.... 25
Hilda C. Mioyer, Klkhorn, Neb IS
Olenn T. Wrlcht. Omaha ZT
Hanaeena Petersen, tlmnha
Frank Madden, Hornlck, la 21
Flith Murray, Omaha
John C. Cloiitt, Florence K
Mary 8. Buttle, Florence '1
Atnnn A. Orton. Tuttle. Okl 21
Mary Smith, Umaha U
John Kennedy, Omaha 22
Elisabeth Uuaby, Omaha 1
OlllH-rt Peterson, Crslg jj
Agda l'eorson, Omaha 21
Wllhelm. D. Pfeffer, Red Oak .18
Ellen E. Johnson, Manhattan, Kan.... 36
Jerry Hurley, Omnha
M nrgn ret lewey, umana
Julius A. ICrbahauser. Omaha
Nellie Hagan, oinana -
Charles B. Pmlth. Logan
Delia Fry, Imogen
Willie Polechek, Fayette, N. D '
Mary Janovaky, Omaha 23
Thomas Noone, Omaha 55
Agnes Cassldy, Omaha "
Robert K. Zahnow, West Point. Neb.. II
Maria V'nger, Omaha
IHRTIIS AMD DEATHS.
iHrtlisO. N. and l'eurl Stafford. ll
Ohio, girl; Iradore and Uluma iSchtilti,
1415 North Twenty-fourth, girl; William
and Ellth Slser. Thirty-second end Pop-
pleton, girl; Frank and Terer foos, 1111
North Twenty-lnlrd, boy: Thomas and
Hello MacDougal, 3 North Twenty-
eighth avenue, lioy; Hen and Rosa !oll
enherg, l'5 North Twelfth, girl; Clyde
and Nellie Calvert, 2411 Chicago, girl;
Simon ntid Anna Horocn, soutn
Twenty-fifth, girl; Frank and Anna Riga,
HZi South j orty-secono, gin; .aiicihiic
md Kl en M. Hlslop, 4is North tiuriy-
sluth, boy; F. O. and Edith Biditiltk. lh
Stone avenue, boy; fliaile b,. ana Mnm
Fleming. Wi Seward, girl; Donald L.
and Millie E. Norton. 410 Pine. girl.
Deaths James ai. iiaca, aa,
Charles; Mrs. Kleonora Cernlk, bl. hospi
tal; Nnaalcna purinaro. noapuai;
1'hllls Bcsl. 2 dsys. 74 North Twenty,
seventh; John Ilollne, 50, Ninth and Kar
nam; Edward Shr'ner. 67, Vfi'4 Dodge;
Victor Clbe. 1. hospital: Gertrude II-
llams, 17, hospital; KranK M. wirrm.
Sf., hospital; John P. Mailing. 71, 4;J1K
South Twenty-second; Jane Hopper, 77,
r.V7 I street, South Wida.
OMAHA COUNCIL HLt.'FFo HYKBKT
HA1LWAX LvUlrAn I .
Persons having los' some article would
to well to call up the offloe of the
Omaha ft Council lilutf Street Hallway
company to ascertain whether they left
It In tha street car.
Many articles eacn day are turned la
nd the company la aaxlous to leatore
thsm to the rlfiblXut owner. Call
Doug. 4j. '
IK YOU Inn saylblu and will ilrnlla It
will tunlf r HJsr It It tnung b SS Dum4
linoi, laurluMs tsMTsrtn ar bruaiM
siuvit err dr throush Uis wlsms
1HB uw-rfM wks lla lust arttoiae r
lirM4 Is kDli taai titW stats W U
trw ta WNUlrlnf thoi to tks
Ikruiish atrtlMinDt sn ctbarwias. n tbt
(aiiura to a to, if suae pra. la-
OIa s-r paoalt.
ljsT hatunlay ; In front of Colbert Apts.
or Orpheum, lady's black leather en
velope purae, containing money and I
keva. Reward. Phone Harney 4911 or
Don Kins latl, .
DOST HiHck hand-bag containing PacK-
ase. and while Kid gloves, money ju
Please phone Walnut 102-
LTST Airedale fsmale dog. 1215 Jones
St. Tel. Douglas row or iouax uur.
1)HT Saturday evenini
ntig. mink rur
II Walnut 7W.
lnrette. Reward, t
LOB'l Anielhysl roaary.
No-man. t uner n.
Lost Olnsa enitrased eel.
hey loiw. Ilownw,
Furnitare anil Household Honda.
CM AHA FlF.LOW CO. Felt and hair
mitiraiuri inade o er in new iickb m.1
half the price of new ones. Phono ua
f r sample of ticking. Mall ordera f .lied.
list; Cuming St. lKHigla '.'4i7.
ALL HM'Aiila-1 aier lronin. fuinace
colls, etc. UuicK service, imiana biovs
Repair Works 1JIS-N Douglas. Tyler 20.
Ft'RNlTURU bargains; beds, IT; tables.
el.airs. ras. gas lotos, ., nacuuigs 01
all kiuiis IK.t N. i!4th. Webster luuJ.
Nt-W laise ClrcaBsi-in wuinui ouitct;
very leasonaoie. winnui aim.
GAS stove In eKchange lor work r
caah. nar. rn
1'laaoa aad Maalcn lnlrsiwtntt,
WE will piy five dollars 111 aold fcr the
nnnie of a proapectlve piano or player
UUHIN80N PIANO COMPANY.
Factory lustrlbuters for Cabin Pianos.
Tyler IHi. 214 S. IMh St.
UPRIGHT piano for sle cheap. 3js
FlSllk-K upright plai.o,
175. .17,2 PatKiv
A. lloa. 1..12t'oui
LE.Sivr.. tHli't, aotes, siiowcaea, shelv.
in k. etc. We.buy. svll. Omaha Klxtui tt
Supply Co., 4U-1B-1K SU'lh Doug. 1724
Jrvrrlr), Dtamoada, Watcbra.
BRoi 'l-ii A Ani luoy wrddnia rings''
at l'i'h sod lulas Sts.
t lothlaar Vmijkt.
WE buy and seii tailor nuulo suits aid
overcoats. Frlednutn, 1211 louglsa St.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
We rent. rpalr, sell needles and parts
uf all sewing machines.
NKTIRASKA CI CLE CO 1
T-th and Harnev Hta. Touir. K7.
T Jf pewrltera and Sappllea.
N E W tnsrhTnes sold the same aa rent.
13 per month, see ua oerore you buy or
rent, bhipped any place on ten days
free trial, butts Typewriter Exchange.
Iltt S. iHih, Umaha. Neb.
MlliUNU KlhllUN A.ND CARBON CO.
We make them In Omaha. What?
Typewriter ribbons. Supplies for the
office. iHiublaa JH7. J'.H Hee Pldg.
FI'I-:'IAI. 4 JtiarHnte.-d tewr1ter rib
bons I for IL Reliance Ribbon & Carbon
C'.. Douglas 3241:.
Gl'AKANTKK Typewriter Ribbons
dos Hutta Typewriter Fo. Wi H
Rl.NT an O'lver typewriter J mo. for IS.
Oliver Typewriter Agency. V Farna ra.
i TT'F.H Vt ITKRS sold, renieo r'pelrsuT
femrei 1 ypewr'ier r.irc. lyn rarnam
TYPEWRITER for rent. I months, i.
Butts Tytiewrlter Exc. 11 8. mh St.
ItllNT "Remington" not Juat a type
writer. Low rent. Call DoUKlns 1.
L. C. SMITH No. 5 moiiel; best caah offer
takes It. K Hee.
SI-2 S. Jth St
Lumber, HalldlnsT Materials.
ALL KINDS UK LI'MUKR FOR SALE.
1'sed In cnnstrucilon of building; In
first class condition, Ca IJIouk. t 17.
lrlntluB smu office sTuppllea.
UNK writer prriw for piiittitig
typewrl'er l-tiers: one InvilM aanl
rhiilr; on" rollnpa hie go-cart. T !. W
VS'ATKHH-HAKNHAKT Ptg. Co., quality
printing Tel, Doug. 2190. f.24 H. 1.1th HI
CHNTRAI. Printing Co. I H HJLAS 3;M.
I'OI'HUS Printing Co. Tel. 1 10 uylaa M4.
nilllard and Pool Tahlea.
FOR SALE New and second-hand esruni
and pocket bl'llard tables and howling
alleys and accessories; send for cata
logue; easy payments. The Brunswick
Balke-.:ollender Co.. 407-4O8 S. 10th WL
M lacei In nriini.
"Ye Olde Whlaky Shop."
We sell atandnrd bottled In bond
whiskies; lo and 12-year-old whisky a
Ill So. 15th St.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
BiiHinoas College Course.
Full snd complete scholarship In one
of the best Umaha buxlneas schools.
Uood reason for selling; perfectly relia
ble; worth full price, but will be sold
ery reaaonably. Jf Interested Inves
tigate at once, because spring term
begins soon. There are a variety of
courses for sale. For particulars inquire
st the office The Omaha Hee.
MY high standard of quality will be
maintained; 4 quarts of Did Fontenelle
whlaky, S3.25; bottled in bond. Henry
Pollock, mail order house. Doug. 7152:
m-l?4 N. ir,th Pt.
ALEX JETES' LIQUOR HOUSE
Thirteenth snd Douglas.
Hottled-ln-bond whisky. 86c, 1.00. $1.25,
FOR SALE Dry. clean, kindling wood.
oruvered to all parts or the lty. Phone
FOR HALE A filet crocheted bedMpread.
Addn-HB Y r, Hee.
COMPLETE set of Talmud,
new. Address A 844, Bee.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
EMMET 0. SOLOMON
iHODKOAAHD S "Lucky Wedding
Rhnrs" at tnth and Douclas Sta.
CATtTr.ly Siieet Metnl. 110 B. 15th St,
ftXERCISlc AT Y.M.C.A. Business mi
Kverythlaa; for Wish,
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, bog
pleating, covered buttons, all else and
styles: hemstitching, point edging) em
broidery, heading, braiding, cording,
eyelet cut work, buttonholes, jennaota.
Idea: Pleating Co., 200 Douglas block.
THE largest stock of masquerade and
theatrical coatutnes tn the country.
Theo. J4eleii n, li!4 Howara. I. 4I1R.
THEATRICAL sowna. full drees suits, for
rent. Xt J4. lftb Bt John Feldman.
. . Cleaacra ss4 Dyers.
STATE Dry Clng. Co. 120 N. 12th. D. 5072.
LAI'lh-B suns ruiuoueled In the latest
style, mi Farnam. uoubibci.
KiihIi. tre.HiiiHMi!K. alterations.
1AV work. sailing, aew liig. Red.
Mm. MOTTAZ. droisiiiaker ini S. 2i Av.
Krister's Dressmaking Col. 141 City Nat.
terry Dreasinak'g college. 20th & Karnsin.
Carrie J. Buford. W0 Pax. Blk. Red 4M7.
Iklroprartnn, Mplial A djustairats.
1)11 llUlillUHN, 414 Hose Hlilg. l.
I'almer Hchmil grad. onsuumion rree.
tr. J. C. Lawrence, 1 Haird bldg. D. mat
Bradbury. No pain. 1I W.O.W.
Tall Dental Rooms. 15iT Douglas. D. Umi.
Jasllcoa l the lct.
H. II. CLAIBORNE. 512 Paxton Blk. Red
740 1 wot ary puouc; ueNianiuii tieno.
W. BR1TT, 801 barker Block.
DRUGS at out price; freight paid on 110
orders; catalogues fie. Sherman & Mc
Commit Drug Co., Omaha, Neb.
f'latarra aad Wtrlaar.
TYi"TlMvTM Electric washing machine,
jJUi.lu.xi.! .lecirto iron and readiug
tamps. 2223 Cuming St. Doug. Sols.
E. A. DWOIiAK, C. P. Ai
438-437 Ramge Bldg. Tel. Pouglaa 7401
GHuCEUltJ), fruits and vegetables ani
tendur. Juicy meat. Prompt delivery,
Tom Johnson's Branch Store. bbZi N.
Hth St. Phone Colfax 154.
f AM KN EETER. WW Fa mam. Red 6S34.
Havlss 1'lctaro katklart.
CM AHA Film Ex.. 14th and Doug. Mo-
lon picture macninn inn rum Dar,'alna.
PRIVATE lessons social dancing by
terms call Har-
Pa lea Is.
V. O. Barnell. Paxton Hlk. Tel.
stui ges. "iM Urandeia 't heater Hldg.
tuus aad LIjuors7
your family liquors at Kllen'
l.iu,uor house. N
loih. Oouglaa 1).
Uriimlrrt aad lusltttiurt,
tessard 4k Bon. 190 Capitol Ave. T. 1CT
C. W. liukanson. 2746 l.vnwth. Tyl.
J. J. YUL Mi, 2vi Miami. Web. 1727.
JAMES ALLAN, tit Neville RIock. Bv.
drnce secured 'n all caaos. Tyler lit
LANG Nat T Detective Agcy., Inc.. Kee
liue Bldg. D. 44S. Strictly confidential.
aiid Put an
ytrntmi tti I lantrr.
HABF R STROM. Ha mllton. Wal. q
LItc siock Comatiaslaaers.
MARTIN HHPS. A CO. Enchanse Rid
Ragtime piano playing guaranteed In 1
to 2' lesa-uia. I'ruf. Ilayne for Orlume.1
Srtem. Harney. I'qiikIhs .',VM.
lHagtline piano piay.ng positively taurht
In tn lessons. 4'. Cunilng. 'al. 3.T,".
I'alntlns: and Paper lltsglas,
Painting snd paperhanglng. DoiikIss
M .f. New stock of paer. Half price.
FlRiH-CLABw work, low prl e. Tyler ll.ij.
lllOll-CLASS work, low price. Weh. 7S.!2.
OMAHA Towel Supply. 17 ft. 11th. D. 52s.
gOSEPI I INE ARMSTRONG. 1 Ree H13g.
Traaka aad Halt Cases.
FRF.L1NQ A STEINLE. lsnr, Farnam ft
Everett .S. Dodd, I2 Paittnn Plk.
Christ lansenjd fU
2sxton Pk 11 yr, ep.
IWeddlng announcements. Douglas Ptg Co.
l. F. Phafer Co.. 12th-Farpam. D. T474.
C. T. Dickinson. 5U Pazton BIbu'd. liM
g. Tf R EFDER. 1506 N. th. Woh 9797.
Ilraas aad Irvs Koaadrtrs.
fsgton-Mltchell Co.. 27th and Martha Sts.
PE LUX ACADEMY. Ill S. 18th St.
CAHILL ELECTRIC CO.. Bee Bid. D
Uloa A Mender. C24 Bee BIdg. Red 905S
WANTED TO BUY
WANT Hl'TTEH AND EGOS
Will pay the highest market price for
A-l country butter and fresh eggs. Write
for Information to
ROKHL PRODUCE CO.,
V Park Ave. Harney 43S.
DESKS DESKH DESKS
New deska, used desks, bought, sold
and traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnam.
ROADS! Kit, lightweight. two-passeiiKer.
lt15 model, Jjst overhauled and fully
equipped. Will swjp for the best ltli
model motorcycle or motorcycle and
aide car outfit I ran get: but It must be
A-l condition. Address 8. C. 726. Bee.
7 Huff Orpington ducks, the greatest lay
ers on earth, laying every day; will
trade for Buff Orpington chickens, or
what have you to exchange? Address
S. C. lik.5. Omaha Bee.
4VREEL white slave feature film .with
paper; Irado for auto In A-l condition.
Hot S. C. 5M.
WANTED TO TRADE Team of draft
horses weighing 2,700 lbs.; also harness
and wsgon. for second-hand auto or
furniture, or what have you? Phone
HlLill-GKAliE player piano, brand new;
must be seen to bo appreciated; hnve
no use for It and will consider light
aiito.dlamonds. or what have you? Ad
dress S. C. lO'.'S. Ree.
SLIGHTLY used h-foot Michigan steel
hull 6-H. P. launch. Trsde for road
ster, or what have you? Box S. C.
1 1 ir.. Bee.
Al 'I iING machine, will exchange for
auto, good books and book case, plo
turea. diamond, office furniture or
what have you. Box S. C. 10"4, Bee.
WINCHESTER repeating shotgun, li-
gauge, hammerleen, lUli model, rib bar-
relt.m'd recoil pad;'alao gun case;
140; what have vou. 8. ( . 1037. Hoi
FOR PALE or exchange for auto, dia
monds or vacant lot; new HW Fischer
piano. A bargain for cash. Colfax
. 4114 N. 21st 8t.
$J2 gaa range and household furniture for
any kind of poultry chickens, geese,
ducks, pigeons Belgian hares, or a
horse. Address 8. C. 1100. Bee.
TO TRADE A Gibson concert guitar. A-l
condition, for A-l slide trombone, high
and low pitch, with case. Homer
Fields. Cedar Hluffa. Neb.
ONE 17-)ewel watch, 20-year case, and
one leather handbag to exchange for
typewriter, or what have you. Address
f. C. VH2. Hee.
TRADE for auto, furniture of a s-room
house, close In, full of roomers; brings
in W per month. Rent Inf.. Box 8. C. f.4,
WILL trade 1 good light 2-cpiing wagon,
1 hand and foot power saw, 1 foot
mortiser for truck or Ford chassis. Ad
dress 8. C. 1026. Hee
I SWAP, buy and sell kodaks; film.
developed free. KAs?H STUDIO, N
viile ttlk., IMn snd llHrntv sts.
WANTED To trade quarter oi Tripp
county land for stock of dry goods.
Drawer E. Winner, 8. I
roosters, will trade
S. C. I27. Bee.
for hens. Address
ynu to offer for a dandy
Albright, clear title. Want dla
S. C. 581. Bee.
HAVE 100 Mandy Loe chick brooders to
trade for chickens, or what have you?
S. C. 5K, Bee.
I'AIR oj mares and horse for sale or ex
change for good Ford. Phone Harney
1 HAVE a clear
bright - for sale
S. C. 5N0. Bee.
title to 1
XI I R ROH 04x24 Inches for bedroom door.
to trade fur anything or equal value.
What have you? Address 3 C. 1029. Bee.
GOOD hunting don, pointer, to trade
for cornet or library table. B. C. 1036,
Ft R SALE or trade, 80 acrea Improved;
also stock snd tools. Address E E47, Bee.
rlter to trade for
what have vou? Box 8. C. 1031, He.
SMALL Moshler safe for high po
rifle. Colfax T627.
HAVE good furn turc; will exchange for
niotorcvcle. Box. 8 C. 1020, He.
WeTdiNO outfit to trade for good turn
ing lathe Address C Mf. Hee
WHAT have you to swap for a very fine
Antmra cat? 8. 5SS. Bee.
MEAT market for property. O 827, Bee'.
INVESTMENT 1500 WITH
SERVICES WILL BRING
BIG RESULTS TO LIVE
MAN. A HIGH-CLASS
BUSINESS THAT CAN BE
HANDLED ONLT BY A
MAN OF GOOD REPUTA
TION AND REFERENCES.
ADDRESS Y 290, BEB.
WHAT be had to self: An automobile,
a motorcycle, a summer cottage, a
Mortis chair. And be sold 'hen
through THE BEE Wint Ad colunuia.
' Service for LESS MONEY
The Bee's Want-Ad Section is a great pub
lic service institution that works for everybody
big and little rich and poor it's benefits must
be available to all with perfect freedom.
Ad in Now -Results Are Sure to Come
WANT a hlah class capable man to fake
management of clear. tsp!-, flrst-claas
bustnea at sals.y of IJ.4 per yesr.
Investment of II, ''"n required See me
for particulars. Remember this Is A-l.
first-closR, no blue sky, but a rare
chance for rlirht man.
J. A. ABBOTT. Patterson Jllk.
Ft iR ?A L K general merchandise
stock, good location, doing good busi
ness In excellent community, a good op
portunity; good reasons for selling.
1 Write st once. Y 2M. Hee, for full In
fnrinatlon snd terms
MOVING Picture Theaters, real bargains,
machines, repairs, supplies, accessories,
new snd seoond-hand. Bee us.
OMAHA THEATER SUPPLY CO,
Ttalrd Hldg Toug. i?0.
FOR SALE tnfanta. child ren a and la
dles' furnishing store at David City,
Neb., at a bargain: beat local loa In
town: doing aa eaceHent business: want
to retire Bog No '. David ''Ity. Neb.
ADVERT18K your property as thoUL'h
yiu believed Its sale or rental to bo
Important, by keeping It listed In the
Pig House. Home and H-al Eitat
G ulde-THF B KK
FOR SA LE A good, clear variety stock,
and good location. In live town In east
em Nebraska ; stock not large. Write
for particulars to Y 29. Bee.
FOR RALE Good, clean stock of Hard
ware; live town central Nebraska.
Good reason for selling. Be quick. Ad
dre as. Y 2?, Bee
bo ad Sale and Auction Co., Omaha, have
closed out more mdse. stocks than any
other firm in U. S. Write for tynm.
SMALL CIGAR FACTORY lor sale-doing
concern. Good reon for selling.
H. A. Simpson, nine mil. Net.
WILLIAMS. ealMhllHhed iV years, to buy
or sell business see him. 411 McCague
Pldg . reference 1'. 8. Nat. Bank. '
THEATERS Buy, lease or sail your the
ater, machine and supplies through
Theater F.x, Cc, 1401 Farnam. D. 1'7.
OFFICE Tor Feat estate or Insurance;
same floor aa Bee office; 11x31 feet; Ml
The Bee R'd.. Office Room 108
FOR SALE Rakery and building; sell
111 to I2." pr day. 2123 Iavenworth.
See st once.
T"0" EEfLLor buy a business, call ca
nuscn & Borghofr. FTenser BIK. V.
TO OFT In or out of b;
OANGEST. D. 4S Hee
usineas call on
Bldg. Doug. 8477.
It KAL sS' AP Snisll rooming house, mak
Ing all expenses and clearing money.
, 1 neap, party leaving city. X'oug. 8..ti.
AM moving and wish to sell
of eight-room bouse entire.
YOUNG man with good character wanta
Job as carpenter and painter; been
working five years on this line; small
wage at beginning. Address Jack
Evans, General Delivery.
STRANGER in city would like to find
position. Anything considered. Can give
very best of reference as to honesty and
ability. Call Colfax 1CU, call for Jesse
YOUNG man wants position In automo
bile business aa repair man or as chauf
feur. Has had four years' experience in
this tine and can furnish best of refer
ences. Call Doug.
WANTED Position by man led mnn with
C years' experience as city sale.-mm.
Calling on grocers and bakers, alas
bookkeeper and .collector. Webster
WOULD" like to get In with aome reli
able auction house aa auctioneer. Col
fax 1611. No. 8705 X. 84th St. Jesse
TO U N auctioneer In Omaha would
like to get In with some good licensed
Auctioneer, No. 3706 N. 34th St. Call
Colfax 1811. J. F. Gorham.
ALL kinds of odd Jobs and janitor work
by hour, day, week or month; expert
enced In all lines of work. Webster 6021.
Ask for Johnson.
r ihoi-uuAiss a
tlckerman or planerman
P. O, Box 8, Florence
CARLSON. Painting and Paper
Hanging. 342 N. Sf,th St. H. SS60.
A LADY middle aged, refined, compe
tent and good experience, deairea a po
sition to take charge as .a housekeeper
In family .of' two, nb laundry, or to
take enre and be companion to elderly
lady; reference can be furnished. Web
ster 3214. Call morning between 10 and
YOUNG lady stenographer with li mo.
experience desires pjdltion; can also
keep books. Wal. 27x3. '
COLORED girl wants general house
work or cooking. Phone Harney 1213,
call for A. F. Allan. -
Lanadrr ail Day Wort,
WANTED Day work of most any kind
by reliable colored girl. Douglas 5661.
EXPERIENCED woman wants work
denning or laundress. Tyler 3ri98.
PERFECT Cundle washing, reasonable.
Experienced laundry or cleaning. W. 70!4.
Small family ijfc buiiole washing. Weh.l5.j.
VVAeiHING. lace curtains done. Tyier 1144.
HI Nl'LK ami family washing.
cleaning. Har. Ml',
neat work. Web. 2157.
LAl.'NDlty. Ironing. f:T. K. 27th. H. 4.6U
yXNTED Day work. Call Red 772T "
WASHING nna d Ironing Colfax
SvoMAN wantn day work. 1450 S. lth"
-Day work. Call Tyler 2f0S.
ANY kind of Uay work. Harney 1730.
Store aad Off Idea.
STENOGRAPHER and clerk
to develop In better position with old es
tablished firm. Experience not neces
sary ir competent. Salary depends upon
ability, from ISO to i6. M 636, Omaha
AN experienced furniture man for nosl
lion as shipping clerk; must understand
construction of furniture, ref Inlnshlng
and be able to handle men; $75. J 634,
SQUARE PEGS IN SQUARE HOLES,
We find a position that fits you.
l.tMjrKHATlVB KrJr . CO.,
1015-U CITY NAT. BANK HLDG.
WANTED GOOD man lor general dry
guods, experienced In country trade. Ap-
piy ai nouse or sienaan, ims r arnam .
SALESMAN, city, 1R0 to IJOO; bkkpr.. ISTi;
steno., 175; steno., K4.
WATTS REF. CO.. fc4MI Brandeis Thea
Professions aad Trade.
WANT EI A cood horseshoer and black
smith tn go into business for himself;
food location and large building (down
own): I ran furnish some tools: rent
very cheap. R. Rumbel, 1C4 Gust St.,
WANTED Tinner who can do tin and
furnace work: prefer one who has
some Unowledgo of Implements; no
booser; tin per month and s'eady work
Cilvo references. P. O. litaulieu. Win
ner. 8. I).
EXPERIENCED window cleaner, also
men willing to learn the trade. The
American Window Cleaning Co., 110 N.
W A NTKi First-class harness maker
once. John L. Wells, Belle
WANTED A man to look after fires and
help In kitchen. 2124 Pouglaa St.
fhrcg ter .inn pa. lobe Knetsl. Bet Pldg.
Salesmen and gollpltora.
Young men who think Ihey are
salesmen and can sell advertising
space to merchants can land a perma
nent position with good future If they
can make good.
Want clean-cut, live, wide-awake
and aggressive men who ran get In
terviews with business men and tell
their story In an Intelligent manner.
SALARY AND COMMISSION.
Tell all about yourself In first letter.
Address 8 S. Bee.
IF you can prove your ability as a
salesman on commission 1 have a sal
ary and commission position for you.
Tel. H. 5778 after p. m.
WANTED Three good salesmen to work
with new advertising ladles and men's
tallor-mnde clothing, all expenses paid.
Salary or commission. Address R. M.
Hendee, sales mnnnger, Mankatn, Kan.
W A N TEI St oc k and bond salesman.
Standard Security Investment Co., 1207
W. O. W. Bldg.. Omaha ,
PORTHA IT solicitors, see us; something
new; big and quick money. 22 Neville
WANTED Reliable salesmen. Standard
Security and investment Co.. 1207 W. O.
W. Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
SALESMAN WA V'TFO fall 623 S. 18th.
Hotels and hrilasrsstf.
RELIABLE employment agency, 1!10
Davenport St., headquarters for hotel
help; spec, attention to distance orders.
. SAVE $25
SEE OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER.
If you can t attend day school
you can hold your job and at the
same time get your automobile
education tf you enroll In the
OF NEBRASKA AUTOMOBTLK
BCHOOU 24nfi LEAVENWORTH.
Men wanted to learn the trade. We
have originated a plan to teach It
quickly and earn back tuition while
tearing. Tools Included. Open to every
one. Write for catalogue. 110 So. 14th
St.. Omaha. Neb.
LEARN barber trade, more than make
your tuition while learn'ng. Set of tool
Included. Job guaranteed. Call or writ
for catalogue. 1402 Dodge.
TR1-CITY BARBER COLLEGE.
Fen wanted to learn the barber trad.
Tuition, 26. 1608 Cass St., Omaha.
OMAHA BARBER COLLEGE.
GOOD MEN WANTED
to learn auto work for the big spring
rush. Fine training work on autos and
electric starting systems.
AMERICAN AUTO COLLEGB.
X3 Farnam St. Omaha. Neb.
WANTED Young men as railway mall
clerks. 176 month; sample examination
questions freerFranklin Institute, Dept.
Ml-N. Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED Names of ambitious men, II
or over, wanting Railway Mall clerk po
sitions. 175.00 month. Answer immedi
ately. Y ?41. Bee.
WANTED An experienced man as ele
vator manager to buy and sell grain at
Chalco. Neb. W. O. Schmidt, Pres., Mil
WANTED All around blacksmith and
plow man; good wage and steady work.
Address Cornelius & Son, Falrbury,
LOtXMOTIVE firemen, train brakemen;
1120 monthly. Experience unnecessary.
Railway, Y 256, Bee.
AGENTS AND CANVASSERS
AG F NTS Make a dollar an hour, sell
Mendeta, a patent patch for Instantly
mending leaks in all utensils; sample
pacaage and catalogue of household spe
cialties free. C'ollette Mfg. Co.. Dept.
519-A. Amsterdam. N. Y.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
' Stores and Offices.
WE have a large list of stenographer,
bookkeepers and clerks. Tell ua your
needs. No charge for this servlre
THE CANO AGENCY. 000 BEB BLDG.
DICTAPHONE operator, 7.
Stenographer, mrg., 140.
Ass't bookkeeper, 140.
THE MARTI CO.. 1327 W. O. W.
STENo., '.: steno.. In); steno..
WATTS REF. CO., P40-42 Brandeis Thea.
Professions aad Trades.
WANTED A few experienced chocolate
dippers. D. J. O'Brien Co.
L.EARN halrdresslm: at The Oppenneinv
WANTED Chambermaid. . Dyon Hotel,
113 N. 13th St.
litsitkulil ssa DoBtrslle.
COMPETENT white girl for general
housework, one who Is fully experi
enced, in family of 3; girl ha every
convenience to work with and has nice
steam-heated -room. Apply at once.
Ada for servant girls accepted three
days free of charge for residents of
Oreater Omaha and Council Bluffs.
Bring, send or phone ypur ad lo THE
BEE office. Phone Tvler 10u0.
WANTED An experienced white 2d girl,
where colored cook is employed; those
under 28 need not apply; 17 er week;
private room. I'hone Harney son
WXntED White girl for general house
work In the count rv; no children;
steady place pr right person. Tel.
Don, las 7T22.
WANTED Experienced white cook; 4 In
family; place whero second girl and
laundress I kept. Har. 3U13. 137 8. 37th
GIRL wanted for general house work:
no washing: references required. Tom
McShane, 141 N. 41st. Phone Harney 2241.
EXPERIENCED maid for general house
work; three-tri family; f. per week;
references required. Colfax 50.
GIRL for general housework: no wash
ing; small family; while girl preferred.
Ml N. 2"th Sf.
MIDDLE-AGED lady or girl to help with
light housework; no pay. 2764 Grant St.
WANTED At 124 N. 38th Ave., a real
competent woman for general house-
wo rk .
WANTED Neat white girl to amdst with
housework. 4VS Iouc1hi St. Wal. IIS?
t iM AN for upsl
iivatHjra Work, a half
vn-k nd not
Sundava. 1-13 Capitol Ave.
WASTED At l N. lh Aw., a" really
competent woman for irenernl housework.
WANTED White girl for general house
work. ififia St. Mary's Ave. Tyler 16i9.
WANTED Girl for general ho-.aework;
Herman preferred. Douglas C0.
WANTK1 Girl for housework. 1302 Park
. e Harnev 1! '.".
WANTED Girl for general house work.
Apply at 22)8 Burt.
In accordance with this policy The Bee is now
accepting Want-Ads over the telephone at the
CASH RA TE of one cent per word all you have
to do is pay the collector when he calls.
MtIK An FRM4I.FI.
20 TO Vf per month extra money to ary
employed person without Interfering
with regular work. No selling, no
canvassing. Positively no Investment.
Vnemploved need not apply. Address
The Silver Mirror Co., Inc., 125 W. Mad.
Ison St., Chicago, III.
SAVE MONEY ON COURSE.
. For sale, with good reason for sell
ing, a variety of course In a reliable
Business School, one of the leading busi
ness colleges of Omaha. Will be sold
very reaa mable away below reguar
price. If y u are considering taking a
csurse Investigate this at once, since
Spring Term begin soon. Call office,
Omaha Bee. .
FOR sale, the following scholarship ta
flist-clas Omaha Business College:
One unlimited combination bulne
and shorthand course.
One unlimited stenographic ootir.
One three-month', business or gteno
graph lo course,
win be sold at a discount at tha offleg
of The Omaha 'Ree. .
Every day Is enrollment day. Book
keeping, Shorthand, Ptenotvpe. Type
writing. Telegraphy. Civil Service all
Commercial and English brancne. Cat
18th and Harnev At.
Tel. Douglas lBr
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.
8" 8. 18th St. . Omaha.
BCHOOL OF MODERN LANGUAGES
Closs or private lesson. I'owntown
studio. Phone Web. Ih'A.
PAXTON Blk. School"of Lettering and Art'
teaches paying trade privately. R. til.
HOTEL SANFORD. HOTEL HA RLE T,
19th and Farnam. 20th and Farnam.
Special Rate to Permanent Guests.
Dr. E. R. Tarry cure pile, fistula
and other rectal diseases without surgi
cal operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write for book
on rectal disease with testimonial.
DR. E. R. TARRY. 240 Bee Bldg.
RHEUMATISM, tomach. liver
and kluney trouble goitre, nervou
nese and asthma siffcters are sue
cessfully restored to health by me.
Examination i'rea. .
INVESTING FOR PROFIT.
We have an investment proposition
which will net the Investor 4 per cent
annually from date of purchase, and
after five years will yield an increasing
annual income up to 12,000 yearly. Write
W. T. SMITH CO., -1-1
City National. Doug.
RHEUMATISM treated successfully, re
sult guarant'd. Dr. Bowser, gu Bee Bldg.
13,000 TO PENSION- INVALIDS.
The Ladle' Home Journal tl.M
The Saturday Evening Poet. 11 M
The Country Gentleman ....... ...... .11.01
806 subscriptions by April earn that
3.000 for The Invalids' Pension Ass'n.
Your order or renewal contributes 60c.
Phone Douglas 716.1, or address
GORDON. THE MAGAZINE MAN. .
YOUNG women coming to Omaha aa
stranger are Invited to visit the Young
Women' Christian association building
at 17th St. and St. Mary's Ave., where
they will be directed to suitable board
ing place or otherwise assisted. Look
for our traveler' guide at tha Union
THE Salvation Army .Industrial homo so
licits your old clothing, furniture, mag
azines, we collect. wa aistrioute.
Phone Douglas 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and inspect our new home.
1110-1U2-1114 ooa?e si
DRS. JOHNSTON e, , Chiropractors,
Sheldon. la., wish to announce
location at 2407 N St.'S.-O. Consultation
free and Invited. Phone South 4018.
T? TT T 11 TT T? T,'" Successfully trea
operation. Call or writ Drs. Wray ,St
Mntheny. V Bee Bldg.. Omaha. '
STRAW hats dyedTlbok like new. Plumes
Paradise nnd aigrettes cleaned and dyed.
Dora Elsele. D. 8632. 1136 City Nst'l Bk.
MASSAGE AND ELECTRIC BATHS,
chiropody. Misses Gray and Head, 210
?14 Bnird Blk.. 17th arid Douglas. P. 847)8.
PERSONAL Misses Staples and Shaffer,
bath, electric treatment. Open I a. tn. to
p. m. Douglas 713. 4"1 Ware Blk.
GRADUATED lady operator. Chiroprac
tic, electric treatments, hour 10 to t.
KV. Dodge St. .
HIGH class ladle' tailoring. H. Fischer.
Flomar Hotel Bldg., 204 N. 17th. Tyler 137.
MAE BRUUMAN. '
ateam and shower bath. Massage. Red
2727. Room 203. Karbach Blk.
PASSAGE MTSa Webter, "SJ? Paxton
Hlk. D, 3227. Red 7B3'., after G:30, p. m.
MRS. Marie Cason. Ptease call the Iowa
Soda Products Co Ask for Mr. Cason.
Phone Douglas 6372.
C20 Bee Bldg.
FOR ENT ROOMS
.'.Vr.SSTmV. ROOM HUNTERS:
If you fad to fi id tha room
you dtntre among these ads. call
at The. Hee office ttr a Room List
gives omplrte d'-lalled descrip-
tlon of acant r-.-nns In all parts
of the nty. New lists are
Issued eve. we-.k.
JuTH ST, 211 S. strictly modern, front
room, single; refined family; close In.
phone Douglas jow ,
27yfll ST., 514 N. Have several rooms Just
vacant which I will rent to people want
ing a home. Dougla 6J66;
ELEGANT rooms; walking distance; for
two or three gentlemen; private fam
lly; also sing I e rooms. B S. gmi St.
310 S. 26TH ST. Modern sieepiiiK room,
walking dlstsnce. Vt block from Farnam
ear. Harney 4Pt.
LARGE modem 'room, private family.
Two gentlemen preferred. Harney 123.
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