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"Where to go tonight."
KOHLFF, 2661 LEAVENWORTH
Ruth Blair and Sam Ryan in The
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,DKATH ANn FUHBK.tli NOTICF.S.
ATTENTION. A. O. U. W. NO. 17.
1 Notice is hereby given of the death
of Brother Y. D. Denison at his home,
45.9 North Fortieth street. Friday, MUrch
10, 191H. Funeral from Crosby's under
taking parlors, Twenty-fourth and Lake
streets, Sunday afternoon, March 12,
at 2:30. Interment at Forest Lawn cem
J. if. BENNETT, Master Workman.
A. R. HOLLKNBEROER. Recorder.'
fcTF.lN Anna wife of I'aul C. Stein,
Friday. March 10, 1916.
Funeral from residence, 2918 North
Twenty-sixth street, Sunday, March 12,
2 p. in. Interment, Forest Lawn ceme
tery. Sioux Pity papers please copy.
DANIELSON Magnus J., aged 61 years,
March 10, 1916. .
Funeral from his residence. 6702 North
Thirty-fourth street, Monday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Interment. Forest Lawn
DENISON Y. P., at residence, 3710
(irand avenue, Friday, March 10. 1916.
T . , I fr, Prnohv'H rhflfMl SlindaV.
March 12, at 2 p. m. Interment Forest
wn cemetery. Auto service.
CARD OF THANKS,
We wish to thank our niuny friends
and neighbors for their kindness and
sympathy shown during the sickness
and death of our beloved son and
brother, also for the many beautiful
floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. James
mark nnn family-
. . . ..v..nrl ..III. ulmuira Vl M tl U d
lo the manv kind friends who were so
Kind in our sad hour of bereavement.
M. w . jonnson v wm.
A10!LMi;NT9 .AND CEMETERIES.
WHY bury your dead In the cold Ground
IB stormy Heather when you can buy a
tomb In a marble building at reasonable
prtceT Tel. MAUSOLEUM CO.. D. 217a
BaumeiHter Monument Works, mauso
leums. all kinds markers, isih & Charles.
REST yi'AI.I'l V Cl T FT.OWEKB or
plants, Art Combinations, shipped every,
where. Excellent service to our cus
tomers in past ears recommends HESS
b SWOHODA. 1415 Earnam St. 1. 150U
RATH, florist, 1SQ4 Farnam St. I . I0.
L. HENDERSON. 1814 Douglas. D. ItA
M ember Florists Telegrapn 'jl. Assn.
A. PONAQHUE. 122 rtarney. Poug. luOL
ATTENTION Odd Fellows, membeia of
, Beacon lodge No. 20. I. O. O. F. are re
quested to meet at Odd Fellows' hall,
14th and Dodge St.. Sunday, Mip'h 12.
at 1 p. m.. to attend the funeral of our
late Brother William Carberry at -Hi
So. :15th Ave. All members f tho
order are Invited to attend. !. H.
Thomas, noble grand; C. A. Grimes,
OOP Fellows are requested to attend the
funeral of Captain F. Lund, member of
the Pannebrog lodge No. 2li, I. O. O. F.,
to be held Sunday afternoon, 2:30 p. m.,
Brewer's chapel. j N. 24lh St., South
1'ermlts to wed have been Issued to the
Name and Residence. Age
Sebastlano Nobile, Omaha &
Emanuela Riviera, Omaha 45
Arthur K. Shill. Council Bluffs S3
Mae Alphoff, Council Bluffs 19
BIRTHS AM DEATHS.
Births L. (.'. and Christina Christenson,
Fifth avenue and !. East Omaha, hoy;
F. C. and Virginia Wood, 2"il7 North Nine
teenth, girl; Joseph and Rose Weinstelii,
2.H3 Decatur, girl, August and Ketlin
Burdln, MiS North Twenty-second, hoy;
Jnseih and Til lie Zaguixkl, ZHA South
Twenty-ninth, girl; William and Eva
Anderson, North Twent y-tlilrd. girl;
lieorge W. and N. Peck, 1M7 South Six
teenth, boy: Chris and Jenslne Larson,
4)2 Maple, boy.
Death Oliver Mackln, 21, 2370 Leaven
worth. HI II.PIXO PERMITS.
" Samuel Bums. Ill) South Thirtieth, re
I airs to dwelling, f2,uv; ume, repairs to
ALF-PRICE-If you wa'c th "For
.-le. Miscellaneous' columns of TUB
REE. you'll often see article which
r for all practical purpose almost
as good as new advertised for half
the original price in THE REE.
LOST FOUND REWARDS
OMAHA M COUNCIL BL'-.'FKa dTKIilir
Persons having los' sums article would
do well to call up the office of tht
Omana & Council Bluffs Street Railway
company to ascertain whether they left
It In the street cars.
Many article eacn day are turned la
and the company Is anxious to isior
them to the rightful owners. Call
IF YOU Ium jthlnt sod will 4vertlM It
y will surely rtcuw It it found br a hotirM
svraon. Ketnarkabl tcvrie r trollt
ktKiut Tr7 day throuck ttala eoluaiB
THE LAW Hxipl wbo find I oat artists art
Interested u knowing that Ik Stat law IS
strict la requlr.n tbent tn wek tk owner
Ihruuih advertisement anil olnerwls ena tfcsl
lallura to da so. If nil can be arc?, la
.n)Tet ee.ere Denalt.
1ST Oval breast iln, old-fashlotied,
gold black rnnmel tracings; keepsake;
reward for finder. Harney 17. 2til9
Ltlsr Leather cane with paper. near
1'nion Dcimt. Reward paid by return
ing to Kloke Inv. Co. Omaha Nat.
I.iisT A dark brlndle Boston bulldog.
screw tall, long ears. Phone Web. 7324
L D"R'I,!' 4;iJi
I.osf Thursday afternoon, large cameo
1 a (y'w b rooch. R e w a rti . Ph. W c bR7.
LI 1ST Japanese poodle ilog; answers to
the name of Helen. Doug. 8740. Reward.
LOST High School of Commerce pin; on
back "A. F !.. 191H." Douglas 1C.
LOST Saturday evening, mink fur col
larette. Reward. Call Walnut 79.
Fiirnltnre tad Honwholil Good.
6"MAlfA PILLOW CO. Folt and hull
matiresses made over In new ticks at
half the price of new ones. Phone us
f r sample of ticking. Mall orders f Hod.
lleirj Cuming St. Douglas 24'.7.
ALL Itr-i'AOta water tioiits, furnace
colls, etc. yulck service. Omaha Stove
Repa Ir Works. IJiW-S Douglas. Tyler 20.
FL'RNltL'RK bargains: beds. $1; tables,
chairs, rugs, gas utoves. l. nei'dings of
all kinus. 18. N. 24th. Webster lro7.
DIN I NO and bedroom furniture cheap.
Call Harney 6942 after 3 o'clock.
FIVE rooms of new furniture for salo.
Call 4115 Charles St.
ALMOST new fireless cooker for sale.
Walnut 11 7.
Fl'RMTl'RE and sewing machine.
S. 22d St. Tyler 1473-W.
PI n oi a nd Mnatcul Larunivn t.
WE will piy'tlve dollars in gold for the
namo of a prospective piano or player
piano purchaser. , .
ROBINSON PIANO COMPANY,
Factory Pihtributers for Cablo Pianos.
Tvler lt6. 214 8. IStli St.
PIANO WANTED Party will store
pianos and give excellent care If per
mitted to use same. Responsible party.
Harney 1580. -i
UPRIGHT piano tor sale cheap. 8306
t3.0 per" month A. Hospc, lbl2t5ouglas.
Store and Office Fltwra.
PESKS, safes, scales, snowcases, shelv
ing, etc. We buy, sell. Omaha Fixture St
Supply Co., 414-16-1! S. 12th. Doug. 2724.
Jewelry. Dlnmoada, Watuhej
BRODEOAAKD'S "lucky wedding rings"
at Kith and Douglas Sts.
2-KARAT pure white diamond. Dotlg. BH7.
SEW1NU' MACHINES '
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts
of all sewing machines.
. NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
IBth and Harney Sts. Dons;. 1663
Typewriters and Bwpplle.
MIDLAND RIBBON AND CARBON CO.
We make them In Omaha. What?
Typewriter ribbons. Supplies for ths
office. Doublas 2147. 228 Bee .Bldg.
Typewriter and Xnppllr.
SPECIAL Guaranteed typewriter rib
bons S for $1, Reliance, Ribbon St Carbon
Co.. Douglas 8242.
HENT an Oliver typewriter 3 mo. for $5.
Oliver Typewriter Agency. 1306 Farnam.
I Y PER W ITERS sold, remea repaired.
Central Typewriter Ec. l0i Farnam.
RENT a "Remington" not Just a type
writer. law rent. (Jail unuuias izm.
CI ng, For, Kte).
WE buy and sell tailor made suits and
overcoats. Krleflman. lzn Douglas rt.
Machinery and Engines,
MOTORS MOTORS MOTORS
Not Motors, But Prices
Bargains New and Second
One 3 H. P. 3-phase ?2o volts $4500
One 3 H. P. 3-phase 220 volts $47.50
One 1 H. P. 3-phaso 231 volts Ili.OO
One Vi H. P. 3-phase 220 volts $UU0
One u H. P. new, 600 volts direct
One 2U H. P. 500 volts, direct
One 1 H. P. 5o0 volts, direct current $25.11)
Special attention to out-of-town work;
ship your motors to us.
CAII1LL ELECTRIC CO.,
"Not Biggest hut Best."
Bee Building. Phone Douglas 3879.
Elevator I Repairs.
26 SECONDHAND motors, various size.,
fine condition, very cheap. See Calillt
E IcH r lct 'o., Bee Bjdg. Tel. D. 379.
FOR SALE 6-11. P. gas engine, good
running condition, also half-H. P.
motor. 610 S. 15th St.
FOR SALE One Bowser gas pump, with
2i-gallon tank. Oood as new. P. O.
Bov 23; Elkhorn. Neh.
NEW Von (iiulder hollow wall concrete
rnnrhine. Hartley 324.
Lumber, Ilnlldlna Materials.
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER FOR BALE.
Used in construction of building: In
first class condition. Call Doug. 2117.
Billiard and Pool Table.
FOR SALE New and second-hand carom
and porket hi1 Hard tables and bowling
alleys and accessories; send for cata
logue; easy payments Ths Brunswick.
Raike-Collendar Co..407-409R. 10th Ht-
Awalog, Tenia an.l anva.
PICTURE show tent, ai)x70, used one sea
son. Address Box 04. Belvldere, Neb.
Printing; and' Office Rapnllea.
ONE writer preatt for priiftlng Imitation
typewriter Inters: one Invalid sanllarv
chair; nn- collaps hie go-cart. TM. W.7151
WATERS-BARNHART Pig. Co.. quality
printing Tel. Poug. 21W, .r2l 3. 13th S t
CENTRAL Printing i 'o POUOLAS ;64.
1 " ' i : A.S I'l inMnir Co. Tel Douvlaa 644
Hook and Period Ira I.
1.1 1IBAUV Conxistlng of Bilttanica, ten
path's IliHtoi). lliMorv of 1. S.. Kip
ling. I'oe. Scoit win! manv oilier. t
bargain. Alno bookense and davenport.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
M tnre.lRitnf on.
"Ye Olde Whisky Shop."
We sell standard bottled in bond
whiskies; lu and 12-year-old whlskj a
111 So. 16th PL
holt SALE CHEAP.
Business College Course.
Full and complete scholarship In one
of the best Omaha business schools.
Good reason for selling; perfectly relia
ble; worth full price, but will lie sold
very reasonably. If Interested Inves
tigate at once, because spring term
begins soon. There are a variety of
courses for sale. For particulars Inquire
at the, office The Omaha Bee.
MT high standard of quaTlTy will i
maintained; 4 quarts of old Fontenell
whisky. 13.26; bottled in bond. Henry
Pollock, mall order house. Douj. 7141;
1.1"4 V 1Mb Pt
LA W YKH's-ATE NT 1 1 0 N oirrTetTsTiirt h
western Reporter and large digests for
sale at a bargain. Wi He for inform itlon.
Room 210, If N. Spring St., Los Angeles,
ALEX JETES' LIQUOU HOUSE
Thirteenth and Douglas.
Rottled-ln-bond whisky, 85c. 1.00, $1.25,
BU'EINO gun barrels or silvering mir
rors and three other money making
formulas for SI. C. A. Morton, Cheney,
FOR SALE Dry, clean, kiiidflng wood,
delivered to all parts of the iltjr. Phone
SPUING IS OPENING UP
AND SO ARE WE
We are ready to give Mr. and Mrs.
General Public better cleaning, dye
ing and repair work than ever be
fore. Make a still hunt through your
wardrolw for that old dress or suit
you threw away and wo will make
it look like a now garment.
Ladies' suits cleaned and pressed
up from i $1.00
Ladles' skirts cleaned and pressed
at K)c and 75c
Ladlea' plush coats cleaned and
steamed $1.00 and $1.16
Ladles' ostrich plumes cleaned and
curled 6c per Inch
Ladlca' gloves, full size 15c
Men's suits sponged and pressed... $ .60
Pants cleaned and pressed DO
Men's two-piece suits cleaned and
pressed, $1, and 3-pieee 1.2S
Fancy vests cleaned and pressed 35
Overcoats cleaned and pressed 1.25
Raincoats cleaned 1 .00
Cravenettes cleaned and pressed 1.00
Men's hats cleaned and blocked
up from 60
FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE,
CALL DOUG. 6072.
STATE DRY CLEANING CO.
SPRING IS OPENING UP
AND SO ARE WE
We are ready to give Mr. and Mrs.
fleneral Public bettor cleaning, dye
ing and repair worn than ever be
for. Make a still hunt through your
wardrobe for that old dress ftr suit
you threw away and we will make
it look like a new garment.
Ladles' suits cleaned and pressed $1.00
Ladies' skirts cleaned and pressed
at 0o and 75c
Ladles' plush coats cleaned and
steamed $1.00 and $1.25
' Ladles' ostrich plumes cleaned and
curled 6c per Inch
Ladles' gloves, full size lie
Men's suits sponged and pressed $ .60
Pants rleaned and pressed 50
Men's two-piece suits cleaned and
pressed, $1, and 3-plece 1.25
Fancy vests cleaned and pressed :io
Overcoats cleaned and pressed 1.25
Raincoats cleaned 1.00
Cravenettes cleaned and pressed.... 1.00
Men's hats cleaned and blocked
60c and up
FOR' QUALITY AND SERVICE
CALL DOUG. 5072.
STATE DRV CLEANING- CO.
MEN should know of new discovered
cure for liquor and drug habits. Book
let free. The Furley, 3167 Farnam,
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
EMMET G. SOLOMON
BRODEQAARDS 'Lucky WedulnT
R'nra" at UHh and Dougl as Sts
CA RT KR Sheet Mcta1i7T a. 15th St
ERCTSK AT y.M.C.A. Ruslne men.
Everrthlaa; for Women.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, beg
pleating, coverad buttons, all slsea snj
styles: hemstitching, point edging; em
broidery, heading, braiding, cording,
eyelet cut work buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Pleating Co., 200 pouglas block.
THE largest stork of masquerade and
theatrical costumes In the country.
Theo. l.lelien & ,-ui, 1614 Howard. D. 41 IS.
fllEATRlCAL gowna, full dresa ulta, for
rent. u N. 17th 8t John Feldman.
II at ton Pirating.
U. V. VAN ARNAM Disss Pleating and
Button Co., 33-7 Paxton Ulk. North
east corner 16th and Farnam ttts. Phone
I lout'ltt 21"9
Cleauer ana Llyews.
8TATE Pry Clng. Co. 120 N. 12lh. p. 5071
f fclrnprarlurs, Mplnal A ri j ul nirals,
tH lit. Itt l lit., 414 Ihone HlUg. l, i,MT.
l .i t..- i.-i-lt. L-rnd. Coniiul'itiiioi free.
pj. i. Ueiwi.c, 1 la id tildg. pT MslT
At't't)KDU.7"sirti-, Mine," tlo Pleating'.
("oveteil Buttons, lleliistitch tig. Neb.
PIcnthiB - Button t'o., 4 1-i I anon I'lk.
fill ,H t hiss ladles tailoring.- , . i-.ner,
LAIlh. fr miiim i v nn.M. if.l lo the latest
style. 1911 Farnam. Douglas 2829.
Fash, rt i OHiituKlllK. a itera tlolis. I . ;t,s...
lA V work . Wit o 1 1 1 u , w in g I ted" 65?
iKelster s Diessmaklng Coi. IS'city!
jerry DrasMiii.tk' g co ;eg. "h A Kailianr
Carrie .1. Buford. ai Pax. Blk. Red 4.VI7.
IT. Kradbury. No pain. 9t W.Q.W. Bldg
ffait Peutal Ttwuiis. liiT Duugiaa. i. SitssV.
Justice of its Irate.
11. 11. CLAIBORNE, iu Paxtou Ulk. IUk
7401. Notary public; tleponitmn steno.
C. W . B HIT I , "aoi Bar Ker tliuc U .
DRVOS at cut prices; freight pal A on $10
orders; catalogues free. Sherman ft Mc
Connell Drug Co.. Omaha, Nab.
Klxture and Ulrlaa,
TTiTTlHvlN Electrlo washing machine,
aVUi.vavAxi ee(.,rlc t,,,!,, Hl)d reading
lamps. 2223 Cuming St. Doug. 251il.
E. A. DWOIIAX, C. P. Ad
433-437 Ramge Bl J . Tel. Douglas 70$.
URoCEUlEil, fruits and vegetables and
tender. Juicy meat. Prompt delivery,
Tom Johnson's Branch Storo, 6s2i N.
2Uh St. Phono Colfax 15.
PR. BEN DA Sulphur, Steam, Modem
Turkish. Electric BATHS nnd MAS
SAGE for tired nerves and rheumatism.
Private apartment for ladles wlih ludy
attendants. 1!'19 Farnam. Phone D. :ir7.
Moving Picture Machines.
OMAHA Film Ex.. 11th and Doug. Mo
tlou picture machine and film bargain.
p. O. Barnelt. Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
tl. A. Sturges. tvio Uranuel T heater Bldg.
Wines and Llq,uora,
BUT your family liquors . at KJlsn's
Liquor house. 623 N. 18th. Dou glas 1m ,
Carpenters and Contraotora,
Lessard at Bon, 16 Cspltol Ave. T. l.Ti.
C. W. Hokanson. Lvnwth. Tyl. 2UrT.
1. J. YOUNO. 2K3 Mlai.id. Web. 1737.
Varunm 4 leaner.
CLEAN yl'ICKLY and TllultUlHIMLY
WITH ECLIPSE ELECTRIC; RENT $1
AND $1.50 PER DA V. Dot'ULAS 1T.
UAMES ALLAN, tit Nevllla Rloek Evl
dene secured In all cases Tyler ll
LA NO Nat'l Petectlv Agcy., inc.. Kee
llne Bldg. P. 4K48. Htrlotly confidential.
rsrassss nutt tinware
BABER8TROH. 4026 Hamilton. Wal. fctTL
FIRE and tornado Ins. Myrtle Deuel, 8121
N. U3d. Phona Colfax 1I after 11 a. m.
Ragtime piano playing guarnnteeil In 10
to 20 leaaons. Piol Ilaynes for Oflultir.l
System. 2"30 Harney, pouglas 55K4.
Ragtime piano playing positively taught
In 20 lessons. 4225 Cuming. Wal. 337.
Painting- and Paper llanajlna.
Painting and paperhanglng. Douglas
Dnn. urir im n m imyt-i. oeii yi ici
lilOH-CLASS work, low price. Tyler 1122.
TrllOH-CLASH work low price. U eb. 7:;2.
H. MARCT'S, tailor and cleaner, pressing
and repairing. 320 N. INth Si. D. MS6.
t'hliuney and Furnace ( leaning.
Work guaranteed. F. Borneman. D. 7239.
OMAHA Towel Supply, 2"7 B, 11th. P. 62$.
" Trunks and Suit' Cases.
FREEING R- PTF.1NLK. 1300 Farnam at
Everett 3. Podd, 612 Paxton Blk. D. 2081.
Watch HyeclalUlal "
rhrlstlansen. 2d fl., Paxton Bk.. 1 yr. en.
ftVeddlng announcements. Douglas Pts; Co.
T. F. Fhafer tk Co., U'th-Farnarn, D. 7474.
C T. Dickinson. 611 Paxton Blk. D. 104
E. If. REEDER. 1506 N. 181 h. Web 37.
Brass and Iron Foundries.
Pf.xton-Mltrhell Co.. 27th and Martha Bti.
PE LUX ACA DEM Y. Ill B. 19th Bt
Uloa Atlender. t.'4 Be Bldg. Red 806
WANTED TO BUY
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used dekks. bought, sold
and traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnam.
MITCHELL touring car; 45-horse power,
in fine condition and newlv painted; to
trade for horses weighing !.-' Ihs up.
Prefer sound horses or nearly so; will
consider plugs. Also have two Ford
cars to trade. Address S. C. 1053, Bea
JTOADST ii.lt, lightweight, two-passeuger,
1h16 model, lust overbauled end fully
quipped. Will swap for the best ltli
model motorcycle or motorcycle and
Ida car outfit 1 can gat; but It rovst b
A l condition. Address B C. 'i26. We.
REMINO'lo.N tvpewiitei', $.; Edison
phonograph, playing 2 and 4-ininute
records, large $:fl Reglna iiiuhIc box,
with big hunch of tune sheets; all In
fine) shape; want a good small car. Ad
dress S. c. MM. Bee
A l."P ).-7-passenger Miliotl-Deuolt tour
ing car, first-class jhape and running
order, fully equipped, extra lire on il--mountahle
rim. klaxon horn, etc., val
ued at $"00. What ;-ave you? Address
H. c. 1Q4.I, Hee.
14 VOLI'MErt American law and proce
dure text books, 88-callher Special re
volver. Will trade for motorcycle roll
top desk, or what have you? Address
S. '. WW, Bee.
WANTED To exchunge foe anyihlng In
valuu one l-J0 wjt' T motor vvin'ier. onu
22 Uemli'glon auto, ioud ng ilflo Willi
l.'mO aliel s, one Hea' h siiet ial fielder',
glove, one hx 10 soi. ih "vf -'l 6.
IihVE sniull iliuiuoiid ring lo swu lor
t ew l iter; must he in good condition:
wont consider anything but an even
exchange; i Ing v alued at $125. Address
S P. jot'.'. Hee.
liRITA N N I A, lhh edition. India iuper.
cloth, l-'o cash, or sometlilim useful
worth $-o; have paid $00. Will ship t
to anyone willing to keep up monthly
payments of $,',, Address Y . Bee.
$22 OAS range and household furniture
to trade for any kind of poult ry thick
ens, geese, ducks, pigeons Belgian hares
or a horse. Address rt. C. llmi. Bee.
HAVE two thoroughbred Jeisey sow plgit,
worth $5 each. weiKht 60 II. . a piece.
Will swan for whut l'.ave you? Addres
S I ' KH7. Hee
IIAV'K i ruiuer lipoma ijiano will swap
for miin chas'ls. or what have you?
Add: rrs 8. C. H 42. Bee.
HAVE repairs of any kind lor a Cutting
Witutnom Pullman 4o. at half the list
price, to swap for what have von'.' Ad
it ess S. f.M4, Pee.
WINCHESTER repeating shotgun, L
gatige, liamnierless, 1.U2 model, rib bar
rel .ind recuil pad; also gun ckm; value
t4': what have yo'i. S. C. JiVtT, Bee
WHAT have you to swap for a vacuum
cleaner outfit, mounto'i on International
truck, Willi lu"c cnourh to clean ti-story
building? Plenty oT business. Web. ..
1'Olt SALE or trade, popcorn and peanut
machine; In good condition. What have
you? Address T. C. Chrlstensen, Scotia,
SANITARY cixich and new mattress lo
trad" for rocker, dressor or what have
you? Address S. C. 1040, Bee.
1 PWAP. buy and sell kodaks; fl m
developed free. KAS"E STUDIO, Ne
v ule ivlk . ihiii nnd Harney St.
OAK dining room table, round, 48 In.,
will trado for good Incubator, or what
have you. Address s. C. l8, Bee.
OAK sideboard and hook case, good con
dition, to trade. What Havo you? Ad
dress S. C. Hki2, Bee.
WILL trade Oliver typewriter, in good
condition, for shotgun or chicken house.
Address S. t 04il. lice.
WANTED to exchange Si 0 loads of dirt
for the hauling. Arthur Jones, 2SI1
('aldwejl St. Red 74QS.
SMALL grocery business and building
for small home. Phono Walnut 797. 'i03
tlooD sinali cook stove, trade for ehf.-k-
ens, disc Vecord, or what? Address S.
C. 104!i. Bee.
4JOOD roll top desk nnd thnlr, to swap
for what have you? Address H. C.
WANTED to trade, diamond rlnsr, worth
$:M0, for Ford runabout. Address 8. C.
HAVTf ffiu Mandv Iechlck brooiicra to
trade for chickens, or what have vouT
S. C. 6S, Bee!
WILL trade mv new typewriter for health
Inerinee Address S. C. 104H, Bee.
LAIttJE Wardrolie rrimk to lr.n "for In
cubator, or will sell cheap. J K51, Bee.
MEAT market for property. O 827.
TRI STKE S SALE.
The undersigned, trustee for the es
tate of the Sargent Hdw. & Fur. Co.
of Sargent, Custer county, Nebraska,
will offer for sale, and sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder for cash,
subject to the approval of the under
sinned, the stock of hardware, furni
ture and fixtures and tools, that will
Invoice about six thousand t $ii,000.00) dol
lars, said salo to 'ake place In the store
room where said prrperty Is located, on
Wednesday, the 22d day of March, A. P.
P'lii, at 2 o'clock In the afternoon of
The undersigned trustee reserves the
right to reject any or all bids at said
sals. There Is only one other hardware
store outsldo of this one being opnruted
In Sargent, nhd this affords a good oi
portunily for anyone desiring to en
gage In the hardware business. Any
on desiring to examine said hardware
stock before sale date can do so by call
ing on the undersigned at Sargent. Neb.
REMEMBER DATE OF HALE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22D, AT H A H
OENT, NEBRASKA, AT 2 O'CLOCK
A. F. PHILLIPS. Trustee
H M F. BAR?TaTN S."
RUST AC HA NTH,
CONFECTION EH Y STORES,
V A H 1 101 Y STORES,
BAH HER SHOPS
TRANSFER Bl'Sl N ESS,
M A N I ' F A CT I "H 1 N 1 1 PLANTS,
AI'TO O A HAOE8,
MOVING PICTI RE SHOW.
And every kind of husinens for sale. No
matter what you want, tell me. I have
It. WILLIAMS, Room 411, McCague
Biillilliiy. i.'.th nnd 1 'ndire His. Omaha.
$i0 SPOT CASH, retail business;
clean, high-class, legitimate, honorable,
located In center of city, no competi
tion; nothing to depreciate In value:
practically all Block which is always of
same value anywhere; doing $i'iii0
monthly; net profits over $200 monthly;
full knowledge of business can be lie
U'.ilred easily, present clerks would re
main with purchaser for a while at
least: could he conducted by business
woman as well as man; owned by New
York concern whose l.-i-'erests are so
large nnd varied thev cannot give this
Ihe attention It merits, hut expert to
be compensated hy supplying stock in
the purchaser: this proposition will hear
most rigid investigation: worthy appli
cants will he given every opportunity
to see for themselves; It Is an oppor
tunity In a million. In order to elimi
nate ttiflers kindly address O Kfi, Bee.
A MAN OF ABILITY TO CON
PI CT 1 1 IS OWN Rl'SlNESS
HERE AH I "OftPoRATR N"H REP
RESENTATIVE. MIST HAVE?
SOME CAPITAL TO PI'T INTO
HIS OWN STOCK. THIS HI'SI
NESS WILL PAY THE PROPER
PARTY LIBERALLY. JII'SI1
HAVE GOOD REKKRUVf !.
ADDRESS S. K57, REE
kiANAGER wanted for Omaha manufac
turing business, well eatahllHheil, build
ing soxWI, ha 230 feet trackage, ahuu
lant stock on hand, manufacture arti
cles, as staple as sugar; no IihiI ac
counts, even thing clear; no debts of
any kind. Want capable, energetic man
to Invest $4,(Mt and take management
at $2,400 pr year. Will be pleased to
give detail to right party, but must
decline to lve particular to curious
people. See me personally. No Informa
tion over telephone.
J A, ABBOTT,
Patterson Blk.. Room . Ormiha Neb
Working uway, day in ami tiny
out for small wuge-how do you
ever i-xpec' to lie comfortably
fixed -to have an Incnn-.e that will
nui It e you independent If vou
don't find a wa to invest that
small savings account of a couple
of hundrid dollars. 1 ran show
you how to have a Mving income
from ;i small Investment. Call or
wiita W. T Smith Co., !tlSr-14 City
N. Rank Rldg
S.Li:S iii'tiiager wanted at once lu the
Omaha territory fur one of the most
sensational selling articles ever offered
through the diy good, men's furnish
ing, jewelry and drug trades. $U,(Ji ad
vertlning campaign Just now starting.
A wide-awake business man with A-l
reference and suffii lent means to fi
nance his own office can realise a hand
some income for years. Victor Kost,
1ft Nut. Bank Bldg , Chicago.
i Ti million -i t f. i ,'. it "i n v knt f n .
The gienteat time, labor and money
i-avlng mschine known; unlimited de
mand for products, al soluiely no cotn
piiltlon, hint,, prviflts; small expenses.
With this machine any man with some
knowledge of the farm can establish a
business In his home town that will In
sure an lit 'onie or not less than $1 4 a
inoiith. Don't full to see this wonder
ful machine demonst I nt d at 2l!t Siolh
Hill St.. opposite tll' Woodmen of the
World h-.illdlng, Omaha, Nth. The Na
tional Machine Co
MAN ACh.it "U NiT'.l
California olives, almonds and other
products are In good demand and have
a big future. We want a rvlianle. ex
peiieinetl liii.dnest man or vv.vnati In
oinalm to aid as nuiiumer and dla
trthuler. Enotiuh raiUtal leipitrcd to
tarry rensmuiblo stock on hand, no In
vestment wanted In our bus lies. In
nnaw cling give hii-due-' cMieiiencc.
'.VI . ) Ft IRN I A HOME PRODl'CTH CO..
O I 'm nd i'al
Our Nebraska farm
mortttages are not af
fected by European war
or panic. Amountn $4'
to $M.(M. We collect all
Interest ami principal
free of charge; So years
, . I" he Nebraska farm
rield without a loss Is our record.
KI.OKM IWVl'MTML'VT 1 '1 1 VI c 1 S1V
IVl Omaha Nat. Hank Bldg., Omaha. Neh.
P A T E K T S
THAT PROTKCT A N P PAY
BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE.
Send sketch or model for search.
Highest references. Best results.
"Wntson E. ('olcman,
624 F St, N. W., WASHINGTON. D. C.
WIND Ml I, I. and Impieineiil Limine.,, es
tablished 2" years ao; only business of
this class lu good town, near Nehraska
Wyomlng line; for sale very cheap, and
fine opportunity for progressive man;
best location in the town, and will sell
tho real estate lissht; exceptional oppor
tunity for light man.
Douglas 4N2;i. Keellne Building.
Aty ESTABLIHHEtP manufacturer wants:
staio tnanaver to open office and in.tu
m e alenien. New, hlifh-closs article;
6J0i) to $700 apital ne caaary. To" hiindl
tiwn money. Will pay expenses to Chi
cago If you are man we want. Address,
Secretary, 1012 Republic lildg., Chicago.
GOOU paying furniture, rug, stove store
In St. Joseph, Mo.; established 25 years;
doing nice, clean, credit business; hears
splendid reputation for honesty and In
tegrity; widow, whose husband died re
cently, cannot well continue business;
will accept nnv reasonable offer. Ad
dress Y 3n5. Bee.
1 Oil HA l7E-$r,coi) slock-oTTtapin general
luitrcnaniiise; good town of 1,IM p pu
lallon: main line B. Mr M. west of
Hastings. Doing strictly cash bust-
lies; turn stook every 4 months.- No
trades considered. Reaat ns for selling
other 1" slness demand owner's attf n-
J I on . A d 1 1 res JY 2li IUco.
Li'.M Hs.it yard doing a good business
and desirable from every point of view:
stock wHI involci) around $.0.0.0: will
sell or lease the real estate nnd fixtures;
here Is n splendid opportunity to get into
, a profitable and established business.
Address Y 2w7. Bee
$4,500 BCYS my half Interest finest and
largest howling and billiard hall on
Coaat: clearing $000 Per month; also
draws salary of $2 per week. Stands
full Investigation. Box 160, Read
Miller Co.j Los Aneeles.'
M A N I ' FA CT I i I E J t S o f ;" Pa don ' Ford71
starter retailing at $12.60 want county
ana stale agents to open omen and
manage salesmen; $50 lo $100 weekly;
big sellers. Amerlcun padco Co., lc-
FlRsT class restaurant lor sale; rent
reasonable; good location; good equip
ment; established business, owner may
accept part trade. For further par
ticulars see R. B. Held oc Co.. 447-49
Brsndels Store Bldg
FOR SALE, at a, bargain figure; a
restaurant property and lease, having
the best location in town; an unusual
offer for a purchaser at $1,300 cash.
Address Box :i7ii. Manly, la.
MOVING picture Theaters? real bargains,
machines, repairs, supplies, accessories,
new and second-hand. Hee us. .
OMAHA THEATER SUPPLY CO.
Balrd Bldg. Poug. Sh?0.
IUK sale infart. children s and la
dies' furnishing store at David City,
Neb., at a '.rsaln: beat location, In
town! doing en excellent business; wnnt
to rstlrs Box No K. David -lty. Nrk
Foil S,LE or exchange: Stock of gen
eral merchandise anil fixtures. Invoice
about $I0,iki, In good western Iowa
town, for Omaha Income or good west
ern land. Box F MM, Hee.
i . i .
FOR SALE Good, clean stock of Hard
ware; live town central Nebraska,
tiood reason for selling. Be quick. Ad-
To LEASE Garage, lo light parly; wiTi
invoice one tho'isa.id dollars; the onlv
one In town; mnnev-maker. Jeff M.
Williams. Huy Sprinus. Neb.
WANT a good, cjean slock of '"groceries,
general merchandise, not too small.
Give particulars in Mrst letter. Address
Y Iti'i, Bee.
IF you Wain to market, develop, finance
or promote unylhiug, we can help you.
Bureau ofl ntormiit ion, St. Imls. Mo.
FOlT ' SA'f.E "Best billiard paTiurT-cigar
stand und hot Hug alley In soiithoii'
Vein a ka. Po x J 1 1 H ed Cl oi i il Neh.
I"OIt"sAI,ir-iFaiile' hillleid "parlor in
town oi S.Otsi, a luirgnln If you ne.
iiil"k. Write box This, Chailron. Neb.
fl! EAT E R S Huy, leas or sll yoTTrThe
ater, machine and suppl.es through
Theater Ex Cr. . . J IQn Faripim D t :7.
Powtl Snle and Auction Co., Omaha, havs
closed out more indae. stocks than an
other ftim In II. s. Write for terms.
For SAI.r. -I.'rii I I -1 . flour
In Kansas wheat bell;
money maker. Add'-es" 1
' '.'4. pee.
(MALL CIGAR FACTOR V lor sale Go
ing concern. Good leason for idling.
P. V -' unison. Hlue Mill. Neh
WILLIAMS." established '.'J years to buy
or sell huaiusa; see him. 411 Mi'C;tgue
Bldg., reference IV S Nat. Bank.
CK for real estate or Inajrano:
sams floor as Bee office; 11x21 feat; $30.
i i t nee m Urf . nrri. e itoom 1D
FoR SAI.E-Gooii, clean meat market in
town of 2.001. Will si II right for cash.
AildrH,4 Y ;iS, Hee.
FOR SA LE Grocery store-'wlih lTving
looms; In gocd location. Phone Doug
REsTAI'ltANT for sale, In a good town,
doing good business. Will sell cheap.
Address V. Reo
Hl'SY grocery and confectionery store.
Invoice $7 .0; want clear vacant lots. Ad
dress L KMl. P.ee.
To SELL or biTv a buslma! rail
Buarh A Borghoff. Freniar Blk. P. Mil
nfvT In or out of buineu e.i1 An
uaivuk i a I .ZS Hee Hldg Pong. 2477.
l'"t) L IB HM ""nine t a I lit s, maid 'liai-galiTl
easy terms. 22ai F'aruam Ht.
SPRING BARGAIN 11 room rooming
house 2e."j St. Mary's Ave.
NEWLY furnished. H rooms, excellent
location, rh.-an. - 1 1 DoMirlas tUKI.
fi-HOo.M fuinisiiid modern flat tor sale
close In. 4'u N. lth.
Read Bee Want Ad for Profit. Uss
them for reults.
I'osi I ION as bartender, rhecker. stock
man or caretaker hotel, club or buffet,
17 years' experience; reliable, active,
mixer and above all. sober; best of
references; will except any offer In
city or out. El Johnson, 2tH St. Mary's
Ave. I'hone Red 5C2..
Vol NG reliable man wants position In
automobile h isiuess. Has had four
years' experience In this line ns repair
man and chauffeur. Can furnish best
of references. Call Doug. 35.12.
llU'.Ml man wants position as renalr
man in automobile business; experi
enced machinist: 6 years in thin line;
nn furnish hest of references. Call
Do u g 1 n s 6367.
ALL kinds of odd jobs and janitor work
by hour, day, week or month; expert,
t need tn nil lines cf work. Webster 6031
AsU for .lohnson.
WANTED by experienced salesman, road
.Ion or work In wholesale bouse; best
references. Address Y 3"4, Bee.
W A NTFI Engagement hy . first-class
violinist, rxjwrlcneed In all lines. Call
today st Dm s. Hth, Rm. la.
SITI ATION wanted as housekeeper bv
middle aged woman In amall Protestant
family. Mrs. Ml. Wells. 423 N. 15th St.
MARRIED man. t years city salesman;
a iso experienced as hookkeeper ana cot
lector: references furnished. Web. 2!7;t.
VUI Ml colored man and wife wish work
or any kind together, or separate. Tyler
I'll'-' Ask for Hamming.
POSITION by a coiipetent lady as
housekeeper; wish en go on western
ranch In a good reliable home. Please
don't answer unless you have a worthy
position ns such to offer; references ex
chaned. Address J. M. 25?7 Cuming St.
noi;SEKEEl'ER Lady desires plaoesa
housekeeper; now living near Coxad.
Neh., and would prefer place In that
vicinity: will go on farm; 1 am a widow
w p. h children. Address K 047, Bee.
POSITION wanted by middle-aged
woman an housekeeper In small family.
Mrs. B. F
West, Oen'l Delivery,
STRONG young woman wishes house
work: can give references. Doug. 1H41.
Call between fl and 7 In the evening.
POSITION wanted as housekeeper; f lrst
clns cook; can give excellent references;
ni JL " ' 'iT " JULllUQ.' n SJ e5la"?,j
0T)D experienced ctiloi-ed woman wouhi
liko a place as chambermaid to work
half days. Welmter 1219.
NEAT colored girl wants position, rx
perlenced cook, In small family. H.
Jt7:'J 2701 Dotlge,
IjADY would like position where she
would only have tn work from 1 to 6
p. m. 1115 B. Hth SL
Vol NG colored girl want position as
nurse girl or work tn private family.
w cosier uiuiit.
KtKNOGRA PlllO position wanted by be
gtnucr; will start at low salary. Web.
RELIABLE, colored girl wants work of
any kind. Phone Webster 1612.
LAPY wishes position as housekeeper In
small family. Call Webster 4!M.
COLORED lady wants general house
work. Douglas SfiH.
TYPIST want few hours' work a day.
2M7 Marcy St.
COLORED lady wants general house-
work. Pou glas 8518.
I tiLoRl'.P giri wants housework. Poug.
fr" 1 Call for lena.
VNTF;i Position as housekeeper. Call
Practical nurse. Ty. Mi W. 1711 Burt St.
; Laundry and Par Worn.
LXPERIENCEP woman wants work
cleaning or laundress. Tyler IW9g.
rEltFlOLT bundle washing, reasonable.
Ha rny 901.
Kxpeiiencsxi laundry or cleaning. W. 7074.
isrnii 1 1 iai uily & bundle washing. Wreb. 15:19.
WA.SHING. luce curtains done. Tyler 1144.
HI NPLFJ washing and day work, w. 2t2i.
LAUNDRY, waslilng, cleaning. Har. 961.
biJNDLE washing; neat Work. Web. 21517
I. At NDRY, Ironing. Itf. S. 27th. H. 4K11,
ASHING nnad ironinu: Col'ax 2J.0U
WoMATrwant"w day work. 1460 a. "ith!
vvANTEl Day "work. Call Tyler 2.'i0tl.
ANY kind of day work. Harney 17A0.
B I 'N D LF: wa shin g a ndd a v work. H. PM9.
PAY" work wanted by the hour. P. 7144.
DAY work wanted ot any kind. Dg. SiM.
tor-a a ad llfflora.
WANTKlJ-A manuger and buyer for
ladles' and children's shoe department;
want a man that Is a good Judge of
merchandise; an A-l salesman and fit
ter. Give ago, number of years' ex
perience, references and salary e x
pected. The Jamleson House Furnish
Ing Co.. Trinidad, Colo.
SA LEHMAN, city, $150 to $200.
SALESMAN, auto supplies, $100.
BOOKK EF;PER, mfg. experience, $80.
SHIPPING CLEUK. and typist, $70.
STF;.NO, $75; steno., $ii0; steno., $50.
WA 'lTS 11 EF. CO.. 840-42 Brandets Thea
W A NT F: P T R A F F I (j MANAG ER.
Traffic managers are In demand. The
fieltl la most fertile for an ambltloua
man to rlae Into a high salaried posi
tion. $24) per mo. und up. Special cnach-
lngaiid training. I4l W. O. W. Bldg.
I'i'of elon anil Trade.
WANTED A good horsehoer and black
smith to gu into business for himself;
good location and large building (down
town). 1 can furnish some tools: rent
very cheap. R. Rumbel, 1424 Oust St.,
WANTED Six A-No. 1 machinists for
night shift and tl first-class machinery
inoltlers. Op jii shop; nine hours per
dav; no trouble whatever. S. B. Patch.
ti Sons Co., Slreator, III.
W ANTED Experienced ladles' tailor.
Ap ply t oH . Fisher. 204 N. 17th St.
AN uphulmercr wanted. Omaha Furniture
RepalrtNi., 2110 Earns in St.
i'rt'g Hon' .maps. John Kiuist, Beo Bldg.
Halcamt-u and Molliltor.
WANTED-An agent who possesses
plenty of energy and ambition, to
solicit orders fioin banks and busi
ness concerns for our copyright ex
clusive calendars, fans, leather gooda
and advertising specialties In Nebraska.
To In I n at once. Protected territory
assigned. Commissions liberal. Our line
is so varied and attractive that a sales
man with the right attitude toward his
work can find pknty of business tliu
year round. Wiite sales Manager,
Merchants Publishing Co., Kulamasoo,
6At.hf.MKX wanted to place Shetland
pony commerciul contests In every live
town In the I'uited States. Keeps
trade at home; gets new business and
collects accounts for merchants. Nona
but ambitious hustlers worthy of large
compensation need applv. Steady em
plovmeiil and exclusive time demanded;
one week spent in a town. Proposition
new, hut repeats everywhere tried. We
have the goods and seek additional
salesmanship ability; refereneee re
uuiied. Perry 1'ony Co., Frankfort.
STATE AND DISTItfi
in South Pakota. Nebraska and Kansas,
If you are a producer call or write
MPT PAL BENEFIT HEALTH AND
4o CITY NAT'L BANK BLD, ,'
OMAHA. Mii. -
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