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Answers toe question
'Where to go tonight"
EMPRES3. 1STH AND DOtTOLAS.
Sellf Tribune No. 1.
"Tho Arllafa Model," Vim C.
"Follteneaa Pay," 2 reel, Yn.
"A Temporary Iluaband," I.ubln.
iVARNAM. 1415 KA UN AM ST.
'The Doll Doctor." 2-reel Imp.
"Their Act," Victor, drama.
"The Dumb Handlt?" Rex.
' "Love Ppam." Vli'tor, comedy.
CARDK.V " 1.H1 FAUN AM.
"The Huae." Vllatrraph; "In the lelea of
the Wild," IlloKraph: "IVeddy'a lnat
Bean," Vltauraph. iV program, tr.
IPIUNCKSS. l.U7-l" lHrll,A8
"Accorillnv to Law." f.atnriiiif Mildred
Orcirory and Howard Hnll. "The Htory
of a Wlfe'a Secret." In h vivid acta. "A
Hay Hoy'a laat Scrape," comedy; anl
a selected Keyatone comedy.
GRAND. l'.TH AND HIN'NFJV.
A.ervaiete fourtnt in Niutual maater-
plufure, "The Dead Alive," In a parta.
(ood myateryplay and aool comedy.
J.OTHR01. "SITirAND ItTIIROI'.
Paramount pre.nta John Mtion In
"Jim. the Penman."
APOLLO. 1 LKAVKNWORTU.
I reel of food pictures.
ilOUI.KVARD KD LKAVKN WORTH
Tonleht at T:la and l.i'i the IMu-bird
Photoplay Inc. offer "The tlrin of
Jealousy," feattirlna; Americas hand
aomeat actress. Ionise Lovely.
JJONROR. Xio KAItNAM.
Farl Wllllama and Anita Stewart In'
the lt chapter of the "Oodde." ee
the finish of thla aerial beautiful; a Lao
food comedy and a atlnearee story
iF.SSE. 24TH AND N.
'The Trall'a Knd; ' "Who Known,"
reela; ,"Her Bad Quarter of an Hour
UltnlKl M. 24TH A N O M.
"Jordan la a Hard Road." featuring
Dorothy (liah and Frank Campeau;
' Around the World, comedy.
These ere ' Special F.xtra-Ueel
Features jom appeartns; at the
ilRlKh. lOTll AND 1)1 NN KY
2larKerlo Courtot In Mutual maater
plcture, "Tho Dead Alive," a 6-part
IJOULiiVAItD. 14L t LKAVKN WOllTIl,
"The Orlp of Jealousy."
KMPHKa. 16TII AND DoL'ULAS
The Artlsfs Model."
24TH AND LOTlIKOt
Paramount presents John Mason In
"Jim. The t'enman.
M'iN RoE, FAUN AM
Karl Wllllama end Anita Stewart In tlx
last chs pter of "The tloddess." See the
finis of this "serial lieautiful." Also
good comedy and a "StlngHree" story
1'RINCEeS, 1I17-1D DOL'ULAS,
"According to Iw."
t)KATII4ASD FI'sF.Rtl, KOTICFiS.
ill l IN SON Stephen W'., at local hospila)
March , lUlti.
Funeral from residence. M10 Sherman
avenue, Friday, March 10, 2 p. m. in
terment In Sprlngwell cemetery.
HOXIMENTI AND (F.METFUIKS.
WHY bury your dead In the cold ground
la stormy weather when you can buy
tomb In a marble build ng at reasonab'e
prlca f Tel. M Al'soLI-I'M CO. P. ;i?t
Bauineisier sTouuiueia oifcs. iiihuso
leums, all kinds markers. Isth A Chatles.
rHIHll T S.
' JdEiiT Ul Al.il V Ci I KUAVKIUi or
plants. Art Combinations, shipped ever
where. Excellent service to our cus
tomers in past years recommends HKS.4
.A SWOBQI'A. Hill Farnam St. I) r'.
tiATII. florist. lsi4 Fatiiaiii St. D. Jiyi
fc HENDERSON. 1N1 iuguTs 1). f.i
Member icmrists irlegrapn tM Asse
-. aCDONACUlUE. 14J iiarney. Doug, luov
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
MNRI((.K I. II KHF..
I'limns to wd have been issued to trie
l"l low lug :
rime nnd Itcildenre.
William i'. Muwr. Auburn. Neb..
Sunui C!nrk, Aub.irn, Neb
W. Charles Mclntvre. Omaha
Minnie Milliard. maha
Thomas R ('anilnll. Silver (llr, la.... 23
Florence Ki.chcn.lerfcr. Silver City, la
Jmncs I,. Davison, Omaha 24
Bessie Pnullson. Omaha 20
t'hilo Hollander. Elkhorn
Emma Nolle, Elkhorn 30
Guy Allpt.it. Dcnnlmn, la 24
I ti'lltH' Flush, I lennlson, In 24
Louis A. Christensi n, Herman, Neb.... 21
.Malta C. Hansen, Irvlngton, Neb 21
Morris I'lnkcl, Omnha 32
Jennie Elson, Omaha 20
W. S. Intt. Omaha ! I.. O
I.iiella b. Edwards, Omnha 61
I'll rich Hnettrher. Omaha 21
Anna M. Peterson, iimnlia 11
Fred O. Robertson. Traynor, la 26
Llllie Gllinore, Omaha 25
BIRTH AMI DKtTin,
lilrtha Tlnly ami Hone Rush, hospital,
twin girls; John and Barbara Herka, 1316
William, girl; Camlllo and (ienovlna Rux
mllo, 1702 Dorcas, Klrl; Tony and Mary
Osltxa. ZTlit Houlh Twelfth. Klrl; Peter
and Anna Oadc, iW'4 Ieavenwort h, ulrl;
Anton and Kanquar Hoatt, 2102 Hnith
Thlrty-aeveiith, Klrl . Jainb and Mary
Hnff, 3615 I', rlrl; John W. and Rirtha
Hanaen, hoppltel, hoy; Jiillna nnd Mary
Kiaua, 4."r2 Houth Thirty-fifth, hoy;
Jopeph and Katlo Matxa. 452 South Thlr-tv-flrt,
hoy; Joaeph and Ktmln Maaek,
1W Htrkory, boy; Mlrkrl and Helen
Mooney, 3-1 ." I'lnkney, boy; Honroe and
Heppln Mulford. 17 10 South Kldhth, hoy;
Cheater and Ceellla Moore, 2fl7 Harney.
Klrl; jHmea and Klsa Mati'ha 1417 South
Kourteent'i, boy; Antonio nnd lllaKla Mon-
lelle. 1014 So. I'lfth, hoy; Martin and Anna
'MeAiidrewa, 42 MoKlnley, Klrl; Melvln
and Ireno Ilovee, 2414 Kotith Nineteenth,
Klrl; Arthur and Oertrude Nidann, Z1
Ulnney, Klrl; Mnrcua and Helen Ontrnnlfi,
:'W4 .uth Twelfth, hoy; Jooeph had Mary
I'etrzllka. MZTi South KlKhleenth, boy;
Anthon and Mary I'eteraon, 147 CJunt,
Klrl; Fred anil I-m-y Runn, 24 South
Sixteenth, boy; Clevn and Marie Btnlth
Hlxteenth and Can. Kill; Mlrhael and
Mnry Famlntalo. 721 North Thirty-fifth,
hoy; lxluxr and !o lo ZnhUHkls, 22l! St.
Mary'a avenue, boy.
I lea the Myrtle Caxnell, 39, hospital;
Martha Flether, 41, himiltal; Itahy F.a
KOKa, 3001 alley; Ouatava KedoniW, B-',
North Twent v-eeventh ; Heaxle Iieran.
in. B.i)l Bouth Twent"-flrt; Harry II.
1'iilne, S, 2ILK North Illnhteenlh; Nettlo
Itandnll, S4. hoopital; Ixlwln It, Farrar,
fo, 4im Capitol avenue; Hahy Ievln, 1
ay, it."! Norm iwituietn, Anna uezea,
John Milliison, 14i1 Seneer, addition.
vi; Haatlnas A lleyden, t"2-6 North
I'hlrty-third, brick apartment house.
LOST FOUND REWARDS
OMAUA U COUNCIL. ULl'lKo bl'Hlkh.'f
I'eraona having lo aume article would
do well to can up tha office of the
Omaha at Council liluffe tltreel Railway
compauy to aacertam wbelUer thay left
It in th aireai care.
Many articles tucn day ara turned In
nd the company la auiloua to ivator
them to the rltihlful owner. Call
i iium 4f .
lr VOU lose saribina will sdisniM II htn.
ton will tursir rucuw it If fr.una br as au(
frsrsoa. Kemsrksbls rsoovsrivs sre tirviibl
timut evrrr dr tbrouirh ibts oolums
1 118 IJIW fsopls was Una lusl rtlls srs
Isisrssced la hnowlng that lbs slats law u
irlvl la lequlrlns tksm le h lbs ewssf
laiuuth s4srtUNiniBI ssa atbsrwise iLst
s Isllure la ma, II miss ssa be yreM. is
oyr s seyrs psnsll.
LOST I 'iHinond ring on Tuesday even
ing. March 7, between inih and :4th, on
Ames Ave. Liberal reward If returned
to It. Ornnt, 1!14 Amen Ave. Colfax !.
Ami In I ii Ion depot or Dundee car on
Wednesday, lady's Shrine pin with ruby
set In gnid star a family heirloom; lib
eral reward. Walnut 3'lX
LAmT Boston bull pup. white strip down
lace, four white feet; reward. Stiii s.
24th Bt. Phone Houtli 1UU. Uludya Ells
worth. Co8T A gold brooch with small diamond
In renter lu a ' i.inis J. iiorsuciui en
velope. Tel Walnut 21.14. Rewnnl.
I x inV 1 jirus mills tlosr: last seen at IMttl
and Cuming on March 4tli. Jiewara u
returned to iwiH WIMIs ave
LOWY Japanese iioouiu, ilog; answers to
the name or Helen. I'oiig. tmu, uewarci.
IaiHT Hat unlay evemiiK. mink ur col-
lontte. itcWHid. Call wntnut Tisi.
LOST Hurl lug ton
COST 8mall Il-Jht brown colored dog.
March tt. I). kul. Reward.
furniture aad llonaeholil (ls.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Felt and hulr
mattresses made, over In now ticks at
half the price of now ones. I'hone ua
for sample of ticking. Mall orders t lied.
117 Cuming Bt. Douglas
8TICK1.EY fumed oak dining table, sill-
glti steel col anil mat t reus, ana rugs;
reasonable. Harney 11.
ALL Rr.PAllla Sv ater tronta, furnace
rolls, etc. wulck service. Omaha btove
Hetialr Works. li-K Douglas. Tyler 20.
FCKNITURU bargains: beds. $! : tables,
clialrs, run, Kas stoves, t, ne.'uinits oc
all kmus. lttw N. ii4th. wemter iw.
Plaaosaud Mnalcal Instrnmeiita
WE will piy llvs dollars m woiU for the
name ol a prospective piano or piayer
ROBINSON PIANO COMPANY,
factory Distributers for Cable Planus.
Tyler lvi. 214 8. Isth St.
CT' Kill I IT piano fur sule cheap. 33u
tf.'s) per month''A. Hospc, liU I munlas'
tora aad Office Fixtures.
Lil.Siv.V Bates, scans, snowcasea, shelv
Iiim. etc. V buy, sell, Omaha Fixture 4k
Supply Co.. 414-iii-m s. li'tn. imug. .,:
Jfnrlri, lllarooads, Watches.
UKUIibuAAHU n - lucky wwddlug rings'
at Kit ri and liounbm Sts.
We rent, repair, aell needles and parte
or all sewing insctitnes.
NEBRASKA C i CLE CO..
1Mb and Harney Sis. Doug. 166S.
Typenrliera and Supplies.
TW machines sold the asms as rsct.
11 per inoiilh. bee us before you buv or
rent, c-nii'i'vu mi piece ua ten aaye
tree niui. uuua itewnisr tuicnaiuie.
sio p. isiu, Guiana, hid,
MII'UNU ltlbuoN AND CARBON CO
we make tneiu in Omaha. What
TMwwriier rlbbona. Supplies for the
otroe. imuniua xii. z.'s Bee Bldg.
brl .' 1 A uurillileed tiewriter rib.
1 ons S to L Reliance Ribbon A Carbon
t , iHiugtas
Cl'AKANTEf. 11h rilr Hibbous. li. i
d" Butts Typewriter Fxc. aitl B. lath
RI NT an 0!lvor typewriter 1 mo. for Vi.
Oliver Typewriter Agency. OJ Fa r n ara.
TVPFRWl THIS sold, reiileo rupalrsi
i-enri yt-ewr'ter Kic. lo Karnam
Typewriter for rent, t months. tT
li utts I ypc writer r: xc. h. ikih Ht.
PI NT a ' Iteuiliittiin ' not just a type
writer. iw rent. Call Oiiiilu 14.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
W K f'tiv rt Tiff il tailor tiwi'lf iutt nnd
zi fr' nfe "?'ff!?in n .-'ti'li St.
Mnrhltirry mnti Cmilnr.
M' in'f-hH ikI nioi'r?. ilynanniri.
Vr,m "MO. 1,1 U lth St
& se-ond-hand motors, varl.uia ai'ei, fmo
C'-nlltion, very cheap. Se Cahill Tilec
Mi'o.,Ree HldK.Phone I). --7
Innilirr, llnlldlna Materials.
ALL KINDm of LC.MHH.il Foil MALK.
Csd In construct Ion of hulldnik:; In
first cluss romlitli.n. Call inu;. -117
rrlnllii( mill ulfli-r Siippllra.
JSI', ivriter tin hii for printing linitMin
tyiewrliT f' tiers; ne lnvill'1 hiitilliri
clinlr; on" Coll-ips I so- art. T- l. v .71ni
V A T KkS-HA UN II A UT 1'U
irlntllig Tel. Ooilif 'IV in.
t 'o., iUHl'ty
'4 S. nth St
CHVTIt M. I'llM'lML' I 'o I ii it HI. AS 3rl4.
J ifi ;l, AS iThiMnit I'n. T'l I Viuulaa M4
tlllllard nnd Pool Tables.
FOR SALK New and aecnnd-haod earuni
and pocket M'llard tables and howling
alleys and accessories, aend for cata
Iiiim; easy paymenta The Hrunswlck
Rslke-Oiljender Co.. 407-4W B. 10th Wit.
1 lerel In neiins.
"Ye Olde Whl.-ky Shop."
We sell standard bottled In bond
whiskies; lu and 12-ycar-old whisky a
111 Bo. 15th St.
Hill HAliK I'HKAI'.
Kiiaineas CoileKC Course.
F"I11 snd complete scholarship In one
of the beat Omaha business schools.
food reason for selling; perfectly relia
ble; worth full price, hut will be sold
very reasonably. If Interested lnvea
tluate at once, because spring term
beKlna aoon. There are a variety of
courses for sale. For particulars liujulre
at the office The Omaha HeeJ
fir" hlijh standard of quality will t-e
maintained: 4 quarts of Old Fontenelle
whisky, IS.tt; bottled in bond. Henry
Pollock, mall order house. Doua. 7161;
1-1?4 N t-.th t
ALEX JETES' LIQUOH HOUSE
Thirteenth and DotiKlaa.
Rottled-ln-hond whisky, S.,c. 11.00, 1.23.
f ( It FA LICIiry. clealiriliidiTn; woodT
delivered to all r arts of the ilty. Phone
FOR COUNTY TR FA PURER
EMMET 0. SOLOMON
HHOI if'.GA A HD'8 "Lucky Wedding'
R'nes" at ith and DotiKlaa Ute.
CAHTF.lt Sheet Metal. 110 3. l.'.th Bt.
tXK.rC)SF AT Y.M.CA. Biislnews mea
Rrrrrlklsa for Women.
IACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, bo
pleating, covered buttons, all stses snd
styles; hemstitching, point edging; em
broidery. headlnK, braiding, cording,
eyelet cut work buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Pleating Co., 200 Douglas block.
1 iputlaa 1V.
THR largest stock of masquerade and
theatrical ooatumes In the country.
Theo. Lichen Sm. 1S14 Howard. I . 41 IV
f HEATK1CAL towns, full dress suits, for
rent. n jx. nth nt. Jonn r-eiumanj
Clrauera and Dyej-s.
BTATB Dry Clng. Co. 120 N. 12th. D. 6072.
ITltiH cluss laiilca' tadorlng. II. Fischer,
Flomar Hotel Bldg ,i4 N. I7tn. Tyler H7.
LAl'li. o K.iim i unioufiuii ill Hie latest
style. 191 1 Farnam. Douglas zma.
umIi. invi-sniHKiim, HilerHiions. I . 'SiK.
liA Y work. HHiiniit. no win a. Red, btiuil.
fTeTster s Dreifsmaklng Col. lUo City Nat.
Verry"! ranamiik'K college. 20lh A Farnatn.
Carrie J. Buford, u Pax, fllk. Red 4M7.
( hlropraetora. Spinal Adjustments.
bit. Ill lUioivc,, 414 lluae Bin. D. W47.
Palmer M liool gran. Consultation iree.
6V. J. C. Lawiam e, 1 Haird ildg. It. Met
Ir. Bradbury. No pain. Ml W.O.W. Bldg.
Tail Dental Rooms. Ifci7 Douglae. D. Siaa.
Jusliu-a of Iks A-e.ee.
JI. H. CLAIBORNE. 612 Paxton Ulk. Red
74vl, rnoiary piinui t uryuBiimu vcnu.
W. Bttl'i'i, aoi Barker Miouk.
DRUGS at cut prices; freight pale! oa 110
orders; catalogues new. onarmau et
Connell Drug Co., Omaha, Neb.
ftxluri'a and V irlag;.
ritTil.'IK! Elecliic washing machines,
VUluVAlt electric Irons and reading
lamps. 2223 Cuming M. loug. bit..
E. A. DWOKAK, C. P. A
433-437 Ramge Bldg. Tel. Douglas 740a,
UlloCElUEa, Iruits and vegetables and
lender, juicy muai. x-ronipi ouuvery.
Tom Johnson's Branch hlore, ba M.
Jtth bt. flione Colfax Ida
nr. iieiuia nuuinur. sleuni. Aloaerii iira-
ihIi. l.iectrlc Batns aliu Aiussaue ior
tired nerves and rheuiiiatlsui. Private
apt. for ladles with lady auenaania
I vl Farnam. Phone Doug. 34J7.
; AM KNFFTKK. 12Q Farnam. Red 4W
Jklulua! Picture Msckltn,
nxiAUA Film Ex.. 14th and Doug. Mo
tlun picture iiiacmne nnu iiim uaigains.
PRIVATE . lessons social dancing by
Chambers pupil, r or terms can liar
t. O. Barnell. Paxton Hlk. Tel. Red 7117.
1. A. stui ges. Ivo Braiuleis I heater Bldg
BUY your family liquors at Ellen's
. t-inuor nuusy, fi.-j M. lbin. Mougiaa ive.
ticaaard A Hon, ltssi Capitol Ave. T. lfttl
C7V. liokanson. 2NI6 Lvnwth. Tyl. Sift -J.
t. J. YOt'NU. W.:i Miami. Web. 1737.
CLEAN IJl 1CKI.Y and THOROUGHLY
WITH FA'LIPSE KLECTRIC: RENT tl
AN I 1. Ul PKIt DAY. lOUGla 176H.
JAMES ALLAN. 113 Nevllla Blook. Rvl-
denee secured n ail cases. Tyler 11.141
LANG Nat l uclcclive Agcy., Inc., Kee-
ltne Bldg. I. 4s4S. strictly confidential
Furnaces M llsw.
MAPF.RSTROH. tic'tl Hamilton. Wat. 7L
Ragtime piano playing guaranteed In 10
to 2i lessons. Prof, llaynes for Orixini'.l
Ss t c in. jv Harney. QoUKlaa &ii'4.
Ragtime piano playing positively taught
tn no lessons. n. i. u tiling, wat. M.s
Palntlna aud Paper llnaglusT
Painting and papcrhanglng. Douglas
St.. New stock cf pacr. Half pr.c
work, low in i -e. Tyler llli
IIIOH-CLASS work, low price. Web.
F1RR and tornado Ins. Myrtle Deuel. 1121
N. 2M. Phone Colfax li3 alter It a. m.
t himney and l nrn.rr leanlna.
v.rk irnara nteed. F. I'orneman P. 7??9,
CMAHA Towel s. i p p I y. i 7 Pl 1 th. D. in.
' flsteupath I'kyalclana.
JOT.riHNF ARNf'.-TRQVn. 9i Mee Rl.ig.
Trunks and Salt Cases.
T RF.L1N1 AV T F I V T F. lnr, Farnar
Everett f. D"dd. '3 rnxton Plk. D 2vl.
rbrtstlansen. 2d fl . j'nxtoii Hk., H yr. ep
IVWd'lIng announcements. Douglas PtgCo.
Add rlUlnit rllles.
t. F. Mafer A co . Ut'i-Farnam. D. 747.
C T Dickinson Ml PaKton Rlk. D isat
E. If RFFDFR 1506 N. IS'h.
Ilrnas anil Iron Foundries.
fr.Kton-Mltchell Co., Z7th nnd Martha t.
t)K LUX ACADEMY. Ill 8. ISth 8t
iTIoa Atlender. C24 Hee Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks. Used desks, bought, sold
SUid traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnaro.
ROADS'! FU, llvlitweight, two-p
1H1S model, lust overhauled nnd fullv
equlpiied. will swap for the best 1111
model motorcycle or motorcycle and
side car outfit 1 can gat: but It must ba
A1 condition. Address 8 y. Bee.
14 VOLI'.MKS Aun t lean law and proce
dure text hooks, Sk-rallber Special re
volver. Will trade for motorcycle, roll
top desk, or what have you? Address
S. C 10SI, Hee.
WANTED-To exchange for anything In
valuo ono lis water motor wemher, one
22 Remington auto, loading rifle with
l.nflo shells, ono Reach special fielder's
glove, one Sx I6K ox. canvas. H. C. M.
FOR sale or trade for Ford i hass a, 9ll
Indian two-speed motorcycle and side
car, or what have you? 11. W. Hlore,
RLIGHTLY used h-foul Michigan steel
hull 6-H. P. launch. Trade for road
ster, or what have you? Box 8. C.
A 1 ' I '.I Nil machine, will exchange Tot
autd. good books and book case, pic
tures, diamond, office furniture or
What have you. Bog s. C. 1014, Bee.
WLNCIU'XTEK reeHtluK shotgun, 12
gauge, hummerlesH, i:H2 model, rib bar
rel and recoil pad; also gun case; value
140; went have you. H. C. 1037. Boo.
JT2 gas rnnge nnd hotisehtild furniture for
any kind or poultry chickens, goese,
aucKS, pigeons ueiginn nares, or
ddress S. C. HuO. Bee.
TO TRADE A Olbson concert guitar. A-l
condition, tor A-l aiide tromDone. nign
nnd low pitch, with case. Homer
Fields. Cedar Bluffs. Neb.
ONM 17-jewel watch, io-year case, and
one leather handbag to exchange for
typewriter, or what have you. Address
M. C. le;iL'. Bee.
TRADE for auto, fuiniluro of a 9-rooin
house, clone In, full of roomers; Orlngs
ln per month. Rent fift. Box S, C. 5S4.
tiAMTAKY couch and new mat teens to
trade for rocker, dresser or what have
voi i ? Add ress S. C. 1040. It ee.
SWAP, buv and sell kodaks; fbnn
developed free. KAffl STUDIO, Ne
ville ink., tilth and Harney sts.
OAK dining room table, round, 4H In.,
will trailo for good Incubator, or what
have you. Address S. C. 1(XW, Bee.
WllAT have you to ofler for a dandy
loi in AtoriRtu, Clear title, want oia-
mond. S. 581. Bee
IAVK Ifs) MimiTy Lee chick broodera to
trade for chickens, or what have you?
H. C. U. Bee.
1 HAVE a clear title to a lot In Al
bright for sale or trade, worth iibo.
H. C. 6S0, Bee.
4-REEL white slave feature film with
paper: tradcfor auto in A-l nonditlou.
Box 8. c. m.
GOOD hunting dog, pointer, to trade
for cornet or library table, a. i;. lirais.
SMALL Moshler safe for high power
rifle. Colfax 1731.
LARGE Wardmlie trunk lo trade for In
cubator, or will sell cheap. J 8ol. Bee.
WHAT have you to swap lor a very line
Angora cat 7 H, C .'isn, nee.
MEAT market for property. O 827. Bee.
WILL trade live business, valued !.ii,
for clear or partly incumbered prop
erty or mortgage. What have you to
offer. Splendid proposition for live per
son to be Independent. Write to C S12,
MOVING Picture Theaters, real bargains;
machines, repairs, auppllea, accessories.
new and aecond-hand. See us.
OMAHA THEATER SUPPLY CO .
Balrd Bldg. Tlotig. 8H?0. t
FOR 8 ALE Infants, children s and la-
dies' furnishing store at David City.
Neb., at a bargain: best location In
town; doing en excellent business; wsnl
to retire Box No. David 'lty. Nee.
ADVERTISE your property as ihouxn
you believed its saie or rental to OS
Important, by keeping It Hated In the
Pig House. Home and Real Estate
WANT a good, clean stock of groceries.
general merchandise, jiot too small.
Give particulars In first letter. Address
Y 2".t, Bee
BANK WANTED Would like to buy
controlling Interest In Nebraska country
bank. Correspondence treated confiden
tially. R. A Ht. John, Gibbon. Neb.
FOR SALE A good, clear variety stock,
and good location. In live town In east
ern Nebraska; stock not large. Write
for partlculara to Y 2S!. Bee.
FOR SALE Good, clean stock of Hard
ware; live town central Nebraska
Good reason for selling. Be quick. Ad
dress. Y 2fi7, Bee
Dowd Sale and Auction Co., Omaha, have
cioseu out iikii'u mane, stocks than any
other firm In U. S. Write for jem.
FOR SALE Best billiard pallor, cigar
stand and bowling alley in southern
Nebraska. Box -Ml. Red Cloud, Neb.
-11010 shop for sale Willi few piece of
furniture; good layout; cheap rent. Box
So.'. Humphrey. Neb.
FOR SALE 6-table billiard parlor III
town of S.ftn). a bargain If you act
quick. Write box fni t'hadron. N'eb.
CM ALL CIGAR FACTORY lor sale. Go
ing concern. Good reason for selling.
R. A. S'mpson. Blue Hill. Neh.
WILLIAMS, eatabliMlied 31 years, to buy
or sell bus'neas; see him. 411 McCague
Bldg.. reference t '. 8. Nat. Ban Ic
f HEATERS Buy. lease or sell your th
ater, machine and supples through
Theater Fx. I'c, 1404 Farnam IV Ii7.
CFFlCE for real estate or Insurance;
same floor as Bee office; Ux21 feet; $34,
Tbe Bee HUtg.. Office Boom 103
Folt SALE Bakery and bull. ill. g; sells
$H to t-'- P" r day. 31-3 Iav enworth.
See at once
TO SELL or buy a bualnesa, call oa
Husch Borghoff, "Tenser Big, p. 3H
TO OFT In or out of business call oa
GANQESTAD. 423 Bee Bldg. Doug. 3477.
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 benefitsmusf
be available to all with perfect freedom.
HF.AL SNAP Small rooming house, mak
ItiK all expenses nnd clearing money,
cheap, party leaving city, Doug. Kar
AM innvltiK; aieh to sell furniture of S
room house entire. Doiiglas 7031.
lioY wonts work mi larm doing chorea;
c" H, has worked on farm before,
Nebraska prcfnrnil. Write Karl Jack
son, re It. t. Hnlbeck, Hog li. K. F.
1. .1, Council lllufis. la.
lin NO man wants prsitlon In automo
bile biiLinesa; has had 4 years' experi
ence In this line as repair man and
chauffeur; can furnish beat of refer
ence. Call Doug. XC2
W A NTFD -I osltlon bylrnafTled ninn wKh
years' exper enee as c.ty nalestn-in
I'a'ling on grocers and bakers, atsi
bookkeeper and collector. Webster 2H7J.
COLORED buy, thoroughly experienced
In art. needlework and all kinds of
housework; good cook - can furnish best
of references. Hnrney fist.
JNO P. CARLSON. I'aintlng and Paper
itnmring. ,T4'.' M. Tfith Si. M. Tn.
ivaMkii-a Job on farm, can do any
kind of farming or can milk; prefer
some farm work close to Omaha. P. O.
four. N. 34th St. Phone Colfax lull.
UNREGISTERED drug clerk wants posi
tion: ji years oi l. . years or store ar.u
fountain experience; competent; best of
references. Write Y :OT. Bee.
ALL kinds of odd lobs and Janitor work
by hour, day. week or month; experi
enced In all lines of work. Webster 6034
A sk for Johnson.
POSITION by cook, country hotel pre
ferred. Address John Hansen, U"4 B. Hth.
G K)D experienced colored woman would
like a place aa chambermaid to work
half days. Webster 121t.
YOL'NO lady alenographer with mo.
cxierience deal re a p Mitlon; can also
keep books. Wal. 27S3.
C( il i K K.I girl wants general house
work or cooking. Phone Harney 1213,
call for A. F. Allan.
STENOGRAPHIC position wanted by be
glnner; will start at low salary. Web.
COLORED lady wants general
work. Douglas 87KS.
COLORED girl wants position as cham
hermald. Harney 6737
Practical nurse. Ty. :ai W, 1711 Burt Ht.
COLORED girl wants housework. D, 6561.
Laundry and Dap 'Worn.
EAPEK1ENCED woman wants work
cleaning or laundress. Tyler 2B9i.
PERFECT bundle washing, reasonable.
txperfeiiced laundry or cleaning. W. 70?4.
Pmall family He bundle washing. Weh.l5;t9.
WASHING, lace curtains done. Tyler 1144.
HI NDI.E and family washing. H. 1014.
LAUNDRY, washing, cleaning. Har. Sill
BUNDLE washing; neat work. Web. 2157.
I. A l NDItY. Ironing. S. 27th. H. 4.161.
WASHING nnad Ironing. Colfax aai.
WOMAN wantn day work. 14B0 8.
vv A NT K I Dny work. Call Tyler I'jOO.
kind of day work. Harney 170.
BUNDLE washing and day work. II. 1049,
HELP WANTED MALE
tore aad Offices.
SEVERAL splendid openings for men
wno can invest: orrice managers, sales
managers and salesmen. There never
was better opportunity to get a busi
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.,
1IH5-10 City National.
WANTED TRAFFIC MANAGER.
Traffic managers are In demand. The
field Is most fertile for an ambitious
man to rise Into a high salaried posi
tion. $2i)0 per mo. and up. Special coach
ing and training. 1401 W. O. W. Bldg.
SALESMAN. City. $150 to $200.
Salesman, Auto Supplies, $100 and ex
penses. Bkkpr.. Mfg. Experience, $70.
WATT9 REP. CO.. 840-42 Brand. Thsa.
STEM) TELEGRAPH OPR f&
THE CANO AGENCY. frO BEE BLDG.
ASSISTANT credit man with some
knowledge of bookkeeping; salary de
pends upon experience, about $X) to $.5.
S 63lt. Omaha Bee.
WANTED GOOD man for general dry
goods, experienced In country trade. Ap
pl.v at House of Menach. 16)3 Farnam.
Pyfeaaloaa a nd Trades.
WANTED A good horneshoer and black
smith tn go into business for hill self,
food location and large building (dLWn
own); I can furnish some tools; rent
very cheap. R. Rumbel, 1424 Gust St.,
W ANTED Tinner who can do tin ami
furnace work: prefer one who has
some knowledge of Implements; no
boozer; $70 per month and steady work.
Givo references. P. O. Beaulieu. Win
ner. 8. D.
WANTED AU around blacksmith and
plow man good wages and steady work.
Address Cornelius & Son, Falrbury,
W'ANTEIa Flrst-claaa harness maker at
once. John L. Wells, Belle Fourche,
WANTE1 Experienced ladles' tailor.
Apply to 11. Fisher. 204 N. 17th SL
AN uphoU'terer wanted. Omaha Furniture
Itepalr Co., 2lN Farnam St.
prcg storo .maps. Job Kneist. Bee Bldg.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Young men who think they ara
salesmen and can sell advertising
space to merchants can land a perma
nent position with good future If they
can make good.
Want clesn-cut. live, wide-awake
and aggressive men who can 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 8S. Bee.
I dirge Nebraska Institution offers ex
ceptional opportunity to a high class
sulesman. capable of earning from $-UJ0
to $bn) per month. Experience In this
line not necessary, provided your In
tegrity Is unquestionable and you ate
Address, with all possible particulars
concerning yourself, to J 646. Bee.
HAVE MOST LIBERAL COMMISSION
POSITIONS AND PRODUCTIVE NE
BRASKA TERRITORIES FOB IN
TELLIGENT. EARNEST WORKING
SALESMEN. I'REF E R A B L Y O V
PAINT AND VARNISH EXPERI
ENCE. THOUGH NOT FSHENTIAL.
APPLY W. H. WAGGONER. SALEW
MA'.AGFR. 1 TO 4 P. M.. FRIDAY
A ND SA T U R D A Y RO ME Ht IT El..
IF you can prove your ability ss a
salesman on rommiaslon I have a sal
ary anj commission position for you.
Tel. 11. 6776 after p. m.
HELP WANTED -MALE
fftlemfi anil HollrNtirt.
Nebrsska territory open for two high
grade salesmen. Men with mercantile
experience preferred. Write, 'giving
references, to O Mil, Bee.
A N"l Kl Kelt.ihle salesmen to sell au
tomobile Insurance, good commissions.
Al'TOMOHILR INSiriUNCK CO.,
PJS-27 Omaha Nat. Hank Bldg.
WANTriD Two salesmen for city. Wo
furnish leads and all materials. Call
Saturday, 2 to 4 p. m. Mr. browning,
St! Hsird Block.
V A N I K 1 s t or K and bond salesman.
Standard Security Al- Investment Co., 12u7
W. O. W. Hldg.. Omaha
PORTRAIT solicitors, see tin; something
new; big and quick money. 228 Neville
WA NTEI) Reliable salesmen. Standard
Security end Investment Co., 1207 W. O.
W. Bldg.. Omaha. Neh.
lAT,ESMAN WANTED-Call 6.3 8.
Ilotele and hratssrasti.
RELIABLE employment agency, JS',0
Davenport Bt., headquarters for hotel
help; spec, attention to distance orders.
BEE Otm SPECIAL HOLXD A T OFFER.
If you can't nttend day school
you can hold your Job and at the
same time get your automobile
education If you enroll In the
OF NEBRASKA AUTOMORTTTC
8CHOOL 24fW LEAVENWORTH.
Men wanted to learn the trade. We
have originated -a plnn to teach It
quickly and earn back tuition while
lenring. Tools Included. Open to every
one. Write for catalogue, 110 So. 14th
St.. Omaha. Neb.
LEARN barber trade, more than make
jour tuition while learn'ng. Set of tools
Included. Job guaranteed. Call or write
for catalogue. 140-' Dodge.
TR1-C1TY BARBER t'OI.I-KtIK
GOOD MEN WANTED
to learn auto work for the blsr spring
rush. Fine training work on autos and
electric starting systems.
AMERICAN AUTO COT.LF.OE.
T3 Farnam Bt. Omaha. Neb.
PEN wanted to learn the barber trade.
Tuition, $'.$. 1608 Cass St., Omaha.
OMAHA BARBER COLLEGE.
WANTED Vouna i.icn as railway mall
clerks, $75 month; sample examination
questlona free. Ftanklln Institute. Dept.
?l-N. Rochester. N, Y.
WANTED Names of ambitious men, 1$
or over, wanting Railway Mail clerk po
sitions. iTii.uo month. Answer lmmeai
stelv. Y 241. Pee.
WANTED An experienced man as ele
vator manager to buv and sell groin at
Chalco. Neb. W". O. Schmidt, Pres., Mil
WANTED Married rran with small fam
ily to work on farm. Address Y 2.
Stores and Offices.
ST ENG., $6i.; Hteno. and bkpr., $ii; steno.,
beginner, $30; steno. and compt. opera
tor, $; retail clerk, $30; office clerk
and typist, $3C.
Western Reference & Bond AsR'n., Inc.,
77.2 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
BOOKKEEPER, experienced, quick and
accurate, $t5. Bookkeeper and Steno.,
$45. Steno., $40.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO..
101f-16 City National.
STENO. and Dictaphone Opr., $50.
Cigar Clerk, $40. Office Clerk, $30.
WATTS REF. CO., S40-42 Brand. Thea
ACCOUNTANT. $1,200. Steno.. $70.
Drug clerk, $60. Stock clerk, $3.
THE MARTI CO., 1327 W. O. W.
Professions aad Tradea.
L EARN hatrdreBBtng at The Oppenheim.
LADY pressers wanted. Dresner Bros.,
2 -11 r or nam.
GIRLS wanted for alteration. 2W7 Leav
Saleswomen aad Solicitors.
WANTED Two sales ladles for residence
work. We furnish names and all mate
rials. Call Friday, 2 to 4 p. ni. Mr.
Browning, 313 Balrd Block.
Honsehold and Domestic.
COMPETENT white girl for general
housework, one who Is fully experi
enced, In family of 3; girl has every
convenience to work with and has nice
steam-heated room. Apply at once.
Ads for servant girls accepted three
days free of chargo for residents of
Greater Omaha and Council Bluffs.
Bring, send or phone your ad to THE
BEE office Phone Tyler 1000.
WANTED By a young man, a position
as chauffeur In good family; can speak
German and give beat of references.
Phene Douglas 7I4, ask for Gerhardt.
WANTED Good competent white girT
for general housework; no cooking or
washing: good wages. Call at once,
1S36 S. 33th Ave. Harney 4572.
W ANTED An experienced white 2d girl,
where colored cook Is employed; those
under 28 need not apply: $7 per week;
pribate room. Phone 1 1 arney 668.
WANTED A girl, or middle-aged woman
preferred, for general housework;
miles from the car line In the country.
Phone Walnut 17.34-2.
WANTED White girl for general house
work in tho countrv; no children;
steady place for right person. Tel.
W ANTED Experienced white cook; 4 In
family: place whero second girl and
laundress Is kept. Har. &13. 137 S. 3oth
Experienced white girl for general
housework; referencea required. Mrs.
T. V. Dwyer, 407 N. 3th St. Harney 220.
WANTED A young, while girl for gen
eral housework; small house; no cook
ing. 1704 Lake St Tel. Web. 23S1.
COMPETENT girl for general housework;
must be good cook; three in family; eve
nlnsa free. Call Harney 2'J9.
CAPABLE experienced girl for general
housework; 3 children. 2 adults, lull
lifayette Ave. Wal. 925.
EXPERIENCED girl In family of 3; no
washing; references. Mrs. W. J. Hynes.
ret, narney s . ist.
EXPERIENCED girl for general house
work In small family: good wages.
Harnev 4.'S2. 1002 So. :th St.
W ANTED A girl for general housework;
shihII family; must have reference. 61$
S ?"th Ave.
WAJsTED Middle aged lady to care for
children. Call Douglas fH.
WANTED At' 1 -4 N. isth Ave., a really
comiietent womnn for general houaework.
W AN'l ED While glii for general houae
w o r k . i,Wl St. Ma ry'aj Ave. Tyler 1 6 1 !.
WANTED A g.rl for genersl ho iseworkT
small family. Phone Harney 134.'.
WANTED Good girl for general liouse
work. 1916 S. 32d Ave. H. 322L
WaNTEI) Girl for general housework.
13o3 Park Ave. Harney 3J&.
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.
A GOOD ilernvm nn1 for general housa
work "lo f 'iMh.Vie.
WANTETiriliT f'-r housework. 131 Park
Ave. Harnry J'STi.
cTTmpeTI'NT woman for general house
work. S"7 S. 41h. Harney 1711.
M 4 I.E 4 Ml Kt:M 4 I.F..
$30 TO $.16 tier month extia money to any
employed person without Interfering
with regular "work. No selling, no
canvassing. Positively no Investment.
Unemployed need not spply. Address
The Silver Mirror Co., Inc., 12J W. Mad
ison Ft.. Chicago, III.
SAVE MONEY ON COURSE.
For sale, with good reasons for sell
ing, a variety of course In a rellshle
Business School, one of the loading busi
ness colleges of Omaha. 17111 be sold
very reasonable amsy below regtlar
price. If y in are considering taking a
caursa Investigate this at once, since
Spring Term begins soon. Call office.
FOR sale the following scholarship In
I'mana nosinesa College:
One unlimited combination buslnasS
and shorthand course.
One unlimited stenogranhlo coursa
Or.a three-months' business or steno
Will be eold at a discount at the office
of The Omaha nr.
Svery dny Is enrollment day. Pooh
keeping, Shorthand, Stenotvpe, Type
writing, Telsgr.hy. Civil Service all
Commercial and English brancnes. Cat
lflth and Harnev Sts.
Tel. Douglas 1R15.
TILE VAN SANT SCHOOL
8TENOG RA PHY BOOK K EF. PING.
Day School for Young Women.
Evening School for Young Men and
Saturday morning class In typewriting.
Tone C. Duffy, Owner and Manager.
a B. lHh St. Omnha.
SCHOOL OF MODE It N LANGUAGES
Class or private lessons. Eowntown
stiiiitr). chore wen. 15-.4.
PAXTON Blk. School of Lettering and Art
teachee pnylng trades privately. R. u.
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula
and other rectal diseases without surgi
cal operation. Cure guaranteed and tin
money paid until cured. Write for boo
on rectal diseases with testimonials.
DR. E. n. TARRY, 240 Bee Bldg.
RHEUMATISM, stomach, liver
snd kidney trouble, goitre, nervous
ness ind asthma a ifferers are suc
cessfully restored to health by me.
Call Suite Sll Bee Bldg.
DR. W. II. KNOLLENBERG,
Chiropractor. Tyler 1934.
INVESTING FOR PROFIT.
We have an investment proposition
which will net the Investor 4 per ceni
annually from date of purchase, and
after five years will yield an Increasing
annual Income up to $2,000 yearly. Write
W. T. SMITH CO.,
91S-14 City National. Dour. 2819.
ta.OUU TO PENSION INVALIDS.
Tbe Ladlee' Home Journal ..$!.(
The Saturday Evening Poet $1.M
The Country Gentleman $1.04
800 subscriptions by April earns that
$3.(l0 for The Invalids' Pension Assn.
Your order or renewal contributes 60c.
Phone Douglas 7163, or address
GORDON. THE MAGAZINE MAN,
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at 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
PERSONAL Wanted to know the where
abouts of Frank O'Brien, whose last
known residence address was 170S Cass
St., Omaha, Neb. Matters of importtnon
to him. Communicate Information to
his brother, James O'Brien, Winchester,
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, mag
axlnes. We collect. Wi distribute.
Phone Douglas 413S and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St
DHSi JOHNSTONn, Chiropractors, of
Sheldon, la., wish to announce their
location at 2407 N St.. 8. O. Consultation
free and Invited. Phone South 4018.
KTT P T TT T? V. Successfully treated
U I 1 U XV Hi wUhout a surglcsl
operation. Call or write Drs. Wray 4s
Matheny, 806 Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
STRAW hats dyed; look like new. Plumes
Paradise and aigrettes cleaned and dyed.
Dora Elsele. D. 3632. 1136 City Nafl flk.
MASSAGE AND ELECTRIC BATHS,
chiropody. Misses Gray and Head, 210
214 Balrd Blk.. 17th and Douglas. D. Si:.
PERSONAL Misses Staple and Shaffer,
bath, electric treatment. Open a. m. to
p. m. Douglas 713. 401 Ware Blk.
steam and shower baths. Massage. Red
2727. Room 203. Karbach Blk.
SWEDISH graduate; electric massage;
lady operator. 171a Dodge. 10 a. ru.
R p. m.
EassAGE Miss Webster. 6P3 Paxton
Blk. D. 3227. Red 7631. after 6:30. p. m.
MBS. Marie Cnn. l'lease call the Iowa
Soda Products Co. Ask for Mr. Canon.
SCIENTIFIC" maseageT 20 Bee Bldg!
Phone Douglna 6371.
RHEUMATISM treated successfully, re
sults gu&rant'd. Dr. Bowser, $14 Bee Bldg.
FOR 1ENT ROOMS
ATTENTION, ROOM HUNTERS!
If you fail to find the room
you denlre among these ads, call
at The Bee office for a Room List
gives complete detailed descrip
tion of vacant rooms lu all parts
of tho city. If more convenient
phone The Bee Want Ad Dept.
and give your name and address,
and a list will be mailed to you
at once. New lists are Issued
and improve its service.
1000 and Put an Ad in Now Results Are Sure to Come
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