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The Omaha Sunday Bee
The Real Estate and Want -Ad Guide To All of Greater Omaha
PAGES ONE TO SIX
PAGES ONE TO SIX
VOL. XLVI NO. 32.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1!HG
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tisement ordered for more than one time.
ADVERTISERS should retain receipts given
by The Bee In payment tor Want Ads, as
no mistake can be rectified without them.
USE THE TELEPHONE If you cannot con
veniently bring or send In your ads. Ask
for a Want Ad Taker, and you will re
ceive the same good service as when de
livering your sd at the office.
PHONE TYLER 1000,
WANT AD COLUMNS CLOSE.
EVENING EDITIONS lt:00 M.
MORNING, EDITIONS :00 P. M.
DEATHS & FUNERAL NOTICES.
ROBINSON- Michael C, at his residence.
Ho la survived by three daughters and
i wo sons. Mrs. H . Fred Fischer, Mrs.
William F. Allen, Mrs. Mary Chapman
and William Robinson, all of Omaha, and
Frank Robinson of Michigan.
The funeral will be hold from the resi
dence of his daughter, Mrs. H. Fred
Fischer. 102 So. 29th St., Sunday after
noon at 2:30 p. m.. to St. Peter's church
at 3 p. m. Interment, Holy Sepulcher
SCHLEMME Frederick, aged 72 years,
December 28, father of Mrs. Minnie
Rocheford, Mrs. Elisabeth Mathlss,
Charles Schlemme. Fred Schlemme, broth
er of Henry Schlemme, Scotch Grove,
la., and Louis Schlemme. Cascade la.
Services at family residence, 2008 Oak,
Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Rev. W. Schaefex
officiating. Interment Laurel Hill ceme
tery. KPNKT John, age 60, December 29, be
loved husband of Mrs. Emilia Ebnet, fa
ther of Mrs. William Clement.
Funeral from family residence, 2&11
Tcmpleton St., Tuesday 8:30 a. m., to
Holy Angel' church at 9 a. in. Auto
mobile service. Interment German Cath
olic cemetery. Please omit flowers.
WHO Martin, aged 68 years, died at resi
dence 4427 South 22d SL, Saturday morn
ing. Funeral from Salem Lutheran church,
33d and Vinton, Monday at 1 p. m., Rev.
V. A, LI odor officiating. Burial Graceiand
Park cemetery. ,
K1LKER. Elisabeth, aged 5 years, De
cember 29; wife of the late Frederick A.
Services at 2604 No, 67th SL, Benson,
3:30 p. m. Sunday. Interment at Prospect
Hill cemetery, yneaos inviiea.
MENTZ Frlti Frederick, aged M year,
December 38, beloved husband of Mrs.
Henalna Monti, father of Louisa Moots.
Services at Hoffman's funeral horfte,
Sunday at 4 p. m. Interment Forest
Lawn cemetery- Auto service.
N ELSEN Georgia a, m her eighteenth
year. Beloved wife of Carl a Nelsen.
Funeral from Cole-MoCay Co. parlors,
2816 .Farnam, Sunday at 1:30 p. m.
CARD OF THANKS.
WE WISH to thank our friends and es
pecially oar neighbors for all their kind
ness during the illness and death of our
beloved wife and mother, also for the
beautiful floral offering.
A W. LAUDER,
MR. AMD MRS. CUNTON LOTJCKS.
DUFFT A JOHNSTON, embalmers and fu
neral directors. 71T S. 14th. Tyler If 7a.
HUL6E A RIHPEli. undertakers and em
balmers. 701 S. lttb SL Doualas 113.
PATRIOTIC AND PROTECTIVE ORDER
OF STAGS, DROVE 136 Meet at Swedish
Auditorium, Friday, Jan. 6, 8 p. m. In
stallation of officers for the ensuing year
will take place. Ail members are requested
to attend this meeting, as matters of
much Importance will be brought before
them. The charter Is to be opened and a
great Influx of new members will be
present at each meeting. Members will
note (fange in meeting place.
BEST QUALITY CUT FLOWERS or
plants. Art Combinations shipped every
where. Excellent service to our custom
ers In past years recommends. HESS A
SWOBODA, 141& yarnam at. voug. looi.
LARGEST ASSORTMENT of frerh flowers,
delivered or shipped anywhere. I HEN
PERSON. 1619 Farnam St. Dong. 1238.
FonteneU. TE LARMON
lilt Dona-la. St Pont. 84.
PARKER Plowar Shop. 411 8. 161h. D. 1102.
A. DONAQHUE. 1S22 Harney. Doug. 1001.
BATH. National Florist 1804 Farnam St
Opposite postofflce. New ball for lodge
meetings and dances. Excellent floor.
YOUNG & DOHERTX
322 Brandels Theater Bldg. Dong. 1S71.
Permits to wed have been issued to the
Name and Residence. Age-
Forrest Perrlne, Omaha 22
Vera Walker, Omaha 19
Dewey Jones, Omaha 21
Lee R. Molden, Omaha 18
Pal va tore Amato, Omaha 21
Sebastian Plccola. Omaha. ... . . . . . . 16
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births Herman and Rose Jannlff, 1320
Capitol avenue, boy; Lester B. and Antonette
M. Fulllam, 2710 R, girl; Arthur and Mar
garet Anderson, 2735 Seward, boy; Jerome
D. and Jane A. Bowers 2319 St. Mary's
avenue, girl; Russell B. and Roxena B. King,
2558 Dodge, girl: Stanley and Josephine
Czernleki, 4426 South Thirty-eighth, boy;
Joseph and Sophia MItera, 4121 South Twenty-ninth,
boy; Joseph and Sofia Waslkonkt.
4537 South Thirty-ninth, boy; Walker and
Hortense Lewis. 4701 Davenport, girl; Tony
and Jensie Younggren. 2634 Parker, boy.
Deaths Peter Vlckkovlch, 30 hospital ;
Georgia C. Nelsen, 17, l&Ofi Military ave
nue; Joe Ruseak. 45, 2526 J; Edward Con
ley, 10. 4406 South Nineteenth; Harry Hera.
35. hospital; Martin Nelsen, 41, 612 North
Twenty-third; John Brice, 60, 1513 Ohio;
Mrs. Ella Prltchsrd, 53 2011 Cass; Stanley
F. Blaise, 1, hospital; William M. Alplrn,
IF you lose anything and will advertise It
here, you will surely recover It If found
by an honest person. Remarkable recov
eries are brought about every day through
THE HONEST WAY If you find somstblng
of value, or a keepsake of value only to
th owner. Is to insert a small sd. The
owner of the article In most cases 1" will
ing to refund the cost of advertising.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons ha vine lost some article would
do well (o call up the office of the Omaha
A Council Bluffs Street Railway company
to ascertain whether they lelt tt la the
Many articles each day are turned In
and the company la anxious to restore
them to the rightful owners. . Call
Tyler 800. N
LOST Lady's black hangbag containing
currency and small change, check for
1. door key. ribbon and other small
articles. Lost In downtown section wwt
of 16 th and Douglas St a. Finder call
Walnut 3613, or leave with C. I Hennlg,
at Omaha Dally News, and receive reward.
STOLEN 1817 Ford, badly scarred and
muddy, engine No. 145055, Iowa license,
nearly new, Uoodyoar's tires, non-skid
back; contains telephone supplies under
back seat cushion. Notify F. J. Meyer,
Sidney, la. Reward for apprehension.
In the ELEVEN Months of 116
The Bee gained 53,010 paid ads
MORE THAN DOUBLE
the COMBINED gain of the other
two Omaha, papers.
Lowest Rate. Beat Results. Best Service.
THE Known party who picked up silver
mesh bag with watch in frame at pbi
booth at Hotel Rome Wed. evening had
better return same to Olive Walker, . lair
mont Inn. Reward. No questions asked.
LOST In south-bound car at 16th and Har
ney, Friday morning, lady's figured purse,
containing keys,' bank book and money.
Reward. Return to Owl Drug Store,
LOST Ladles' black handbag containing
gold watch, money, card case and keys.
Liberal reward. Phone Mrs. Robert Karr,
GREEN'S PHARMACY. I6th and Howard.
LARGE AIREDALE DOG Lost Christmas
morning; decidedly black and tan. Re
ward. F. J. Adams, Harney 1250.
LOST Black fur muff In neighborhood of
24th and Leavenworth. Reward. Phono
LOST Horse, about 8 years old, weighs
1.000 lbs. Liberal reward. U London, So.
LOST Single barrel Winchester pump gun.
LIBERAL reward. Call Harney 4155.
Ida C. Stnckwell. corsets. Baldrlge block.
FOR SALE MisHaneous
Furniture and Household Goods.
HAPPY NEW YEAR1
We wish to extend, our BEST WISHES
for the NEW YEAR to all our patrons
of the past aod we also wish to announce
that this "STORE of GREAT VALUES' is
going to continue Its policy of the past,
in giving the most for YOUR DOLLAR.
So start the NEW TEAR right by tak
' lng advantage of our prices.
Below is just a few of the many bar
gains we have to offer.
COME and see and be convinced that
we can sell the best GOODS for the
113 Solid Oak Round Dining Table L$ T.tS
$16 Massive platform, extension Tale 9.75
$11 Guaranteed Brass Bed 675
$29 3-lnch post guaranteed Brass Bed. 16 .60
$ 6 Guar, sagless Springs, all steel... 3.86
$54 48-inch mahogany Library Tabta.Jl.50
f 6 Wood Seat Rockers 1-43
OUR MOTTO Highest cuamy
goods at lowest prices, with better
accommodations than elsewhere.
We deliver to all parts of the city.
OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS SOLICITED.
PHONE DOUGLAB 1317.
STATE fuWiture CO.
CORNER MTH AND DODGE STS.
HIGH-GRADE furniture, cut glass, hand
painted china, bric-a-brac and all that
could be expected to furnish a 6-room
modern cottage. Can be bought at half
value. Any party wishing a pretty home
call Tyler S148-J. No dealers or trifle.
In the ELEVEN Months of 1916
The Bee gained. ... 52.910 paid ads
MORE THAN DOUBLE
tbe COMBINED gain of the other
two Omaha papers.
Lowest Rate. Best Results. Beet Service.
STOVES, ALL KINDS. See us first. Prices
right City Furniture Co., 107 S. 14tb
Loyal Furniture Co- 221 N. 16th St
BUY a Little Giant Ironing table. It gives
absolute satisfaction. The Little Giant
Manufacturing Co., Omaha,
STOVES, furniture, rugs, bedding and
linen of all kinds. Open till 9 p. m.
Dolgoff, 18H9 N. 24th St
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
FOR SALE Buescher, low pitch, tenor,
saxophone with case, silver-plated, almost
new. $100 cash. Write H. D. Dickinson,
ONE Holteu cornet for cheap. Call
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts
of all sewing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
16th and Harney Sts. Doug. 1662.
Billiards and Pocket Tables.
FOR SALE BILLIARD TABLES. Brand
new, carom and pocket with complete
outfit $12t; second-hand tables at re
duced prices: bowling alleys and supplies;
easy payments. Cigar stores, drug, deli
catessen and soda fountain fixtures. THE
BRUNSWICK-BALK E-COLLENDER CO.,
407-409 South 10th St.
BARBER shop and pool halL Will sell
pool table separately. Lang, 1807 Far
nam St Red 7230.
Machinery and Engines.
NEW AND SECOND.HAND MOTORB.
EXPERT ELECTRICIANS AND
LE BRON ELECTRICAL WORKS,
818-20 So. 13th St, Omaha.
BOILERS,-' steam, electric, gas engines,
pipes. Gross Wrecking Co., 1819 Cuming.
" Printing and Office Supplies.
COMMERCIAL Duplicating Co., also public
Steno. Phone for prices, Douglas 2802,
640 Paxton Blk.
GET our prices on Job printing,
UNITED STATES PRINTING CO..
Bee Bldg. Douglas 1172.
WATERS-BARNH ART Ptg. Co., quality
printing. Tel. Doug. 2190. 524 a 12th St.
Typewriters an Supplies.
NEW machines sold the Biirno as rent $3
rer month. See us before you buy or
rent Shipped any place on ten days'
free trial. Butts' Typewriter Exchange,
410 S. 19th St., Omaha, Neb.
'WE-BUY, sell and exchange typewriters.
Guaranteed typewriters. S10 up. Write
for list. Midland Co.. Bee Bldg.
CARBON paper $1 a box and up; second
sheets. 50c a ream. Midland Co. D. 2147.
TYPEWRITERS sold, rented and repaired.
Reut an Oliver typewriter 3 months for
$5. Central Typewriting Exchange, 1905
REMINGTONS, Monarchs and Smyth Pre
miers for rent: sent anywhere. Remington
Typewriting company. D. 1284.
OMAHAPILLOvY CO. Felt and halV mat"-'
tresses made over In new ticks at half
the price of new ones. All your own
feathers back when we renovate.
1J07 Cuming St. Douglas 24"7.
DELICIOUS BREWERY Beer and pure
high grade liquors made at home at fraction
of dealer's prices. No distillation. Strictly
legitimate. Particulars free. U. Krafft,
Box 896 P, San Francesco, Cal.
Al7cTioN"sale Kt292:rQ St., Monday"Jan"
1. 1917, 2 p. m. Pool hall, three pool tablea.
wire chairs, card lablfs, show case, gas
lamp and heating atove. 1'. C. Caldwell,
MY high standard of quality will be main"
talnd: 4 quarts of Old FonteneMe whisky.
tA.zh: bottled In bond. Henry rolJock.
mall order houce. Doug. 7162. 122-124
N- 16th St.
DESKS, safes, scales, ahowcases. shelving,
etc. We bsuy. 'I1. Omaha Fixture and
Supply Co.. 414-U-1S S. 12th. Doug. 2724.
The Omaha Bee Wishes
verous a New Year as
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
ALEX JETTES' LIQUOR HOUSE.
Thirteenth and Douitlaa.
Bottled In bond whisky. Bbc, Sl-00, $1.25.
DRY K1NDLINU WOOM ACMB1
BOX COMPANY. HARNEY 1837.
ONE "iron stand' aud 30 Job typo cases,
cheap. U. H. Prlnttnf Co.
WANTED TO BUY.
PTTmTMAM Py Highest Prices
Clothes, Pianos. Office Furniture, Trunks.
Shoes. Douglas 1971. Kea, WeMter tzui.
WANT ED To purchase, old books of all
description, large or small collections;
no matter what you Have, send postal and
buyers will call and pay cash, city or
country. Box 7268. Bee.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks, bought sold and
traded. J. C. Heed. 1207 Farnam.
nTAMinxma sol bergman co.
409 So. 16th street
Pays highest price for
clothes, shoes, trunks.
etc. Red l297.Res.. Douglas 9031,
WANTED 3-drawer cash register, good
condition and cheap. Johnson Hardware
Co., Burwell, Neb.
WANTED Good, late model second -.hand
typewriter. Paul Mas hart 204 Merrtam
AUTOMOBILE storage; dry and clean. $1.60
per month. Keys., Coonctl Bluffs. la.
E. A. DWORAK, C. P. A.
SIS Rami. Bldg.. Phono Poo,. S1SS.
ACCORDION. Side. Knife. Box Pies tin,
Cov. Buttons. Hemstitching. Nob. Pleating
and Button Co., 4S1-S Paxton Bin. R. 42.
Attorney at Law.
EBANCIB MORGAN, 618 Bee. Douglaa 45t.
CARES, pastry and fancy oakery good,
supplied to parties, lodges ard entertain
ments. H. Reeder, 1S0S N. llth. W, U27.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY, M N. lth
BRANCHES PUBLIC MARKET AND
"OUH MOTTO" BETTER BAKED GOODS.
DR BENDA Sulphur, steam. Modern
Turkish BATHS AND MASSAGE. Prlate
apartments for !adtesy with lady attend
ants. 1919 Farnam. Phone Doug. 6877.
RITTENIlduSE SanltaHum;"aii Vlnds baths"
910-2H Balrd Blk. 17th and Douglas.
Staata Inst.. 1S06 Harney, electric and other
batha, massage. D. 7097. Open evenings.
Buttons and Pleating.
VAN ARHAN Dress Pleating and Button
Co., 33S-7 Paxton Blk. Doug. 3109. Accor
dion, knife, aide, space, box, sunburst and
combination pleating, hemstitching, plcot
edging, pinking, rur.blng, covering but
tona; all styles and all sixes. Price lisWree
Brass and Iron Foundries.
Paxton-Mltchell Co.. 27th and Martha St..
AN EXPERIENCED CATERESS, excellent
cook; special attention to parties and Sun-
day dinners. Prices reasonable. Doug. 5S4S.
WHOEVER needs aiTexpT caterer "call Mrs
Rlckett, Ty. 1633. Will fur waitrrsKea.
Drs. Johnston, 1225 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 6629.
Chiropractic and Spinal Adjustment.
Dr. Burhorn, Rose Bldg.
Palmer school graduate. Dong. U47.
Dr. Frances Dawson, 602-3 Rose Bid. T. 2.166.
Dr. J. o. Lawrence, Balrd Bldg. D. 841.
Carpenters and Contractors.
LKSSARD & HON, 2021 Cuming. Tyler 1631.
LARGEST stock of costumes for theatricals
and masquerades In the country for sale
or rent. Lie ben & Son, 1514 Howard.
THEATRICAL, gowns, full dress suits, for
rent. 204 N, 17th. John Feldmsn. D. 3128.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evldenc.
secured Jn all canes. Tyler 1136.
InterBtato Detective Ass'n.. 432 RamgeBldg7
Dr. Bradbury. No Pain. 12 W. O. W. Bldg.
Taft's Dent. Kms.. 308 Rose Bldg." D. 21 A6.
KEEP DANCING ACADEMY, 2f,th and Far
nam; class Mon. and Frl. eve. Assemblies
Wed. and Sat. eve. Private lessoue. D. 78&0.
ni? T TTYiV ball tues. -rutins..
ULJ liUflU 8AT SUN. EVE. SCHOOL
MONL EVEJll S. 18th St.. op. Fontenelle.
MISS AGNES IdALLOT! Phone Doug. 3441.
1 -piece dresses a specialty; remodeling; work
guaranteed. 624 8. 26th Ave. II. 4494.
D'maktng by the day.-D. 770 bet. C and 7.
M'Dowell Dressmaking "School, 200 Balrd Bid.
GOWNN, d'ssmaklng by day. Mtas Coe. II. 3fi
DmsKnVk'g, plain or fancy, reas. Ty. 1R68-W.
Terry Dreasmak'g coC 20th and Farnanx
LADIES"'" suits" remodeled. Douglas 4198."
DRESSMAKING WORK GUAR. IX 5192. "
Superfluous hair removed by electricity; nee
dle work guar'nt'd. Miss Allender, 624 Be.
Everything for Women.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, em
broidery, beading, braiding, cording, eye.
M cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEAT1NO CO..
200 Douglas Blk. , Dk)glaa 1936.
SWITCHES from combings, fl up." Dyed.
60c. Mrs. M. Brill hart. 338 Paxton Bid.
Fixtures and Wiring.
TYTTPlTM Electric washing machines,
LUXVrvlll electric Irons and rnadlng
lamps. 2223 Cuming St. Douglas 2&19.
BORNEMAN, fur., chtm. cleaning. D. 79.
EL8ASSER, furnace cleaners; work guar
atited: bst prices. 191 S. llth. D. .438.
IDEAL Hair Par lorn, 207 Balrd Bldg. Mani
curing, toilet articles, Douglas fil 86.
GATE CITY Printing Oa.. high-grade print
ing. 2ft it N. :Mth Phone Web. IC97.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
IF you want cheap work don't call me. I
guarantee my work, painting and paper
hanging. Call Harney 6631. Carlson.
Columns Have Enjoyed in 1916.
A Gain of More Than 58,000 Paid Want-Ads in the Past
Year Needs No Explanation, But is Proof of Best Results
Justices of the Peace.
kki j i, 3ui isaraer ojocb.
H. A. STUROIR, J( Brandels Th. D. !
Mass cure s.
MINERAL stoam. hot tmth and ma
R 228 Neville blk., I6lh and Harney.
MASS All E and chiropody. 210 Balrd Bldg
MISS LILLY -Massage, baths. 1332 Farnam.
Pianos for Rent.
13.50 per mo. A. Hospe Co.. 1611 Douglas.
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Inter
national Patent Co., 683 Brandels. D. 691.
HI I INK CLEAN, BRONZE. 1S11 Farnam.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S. Hth. D. 619.
Where to Eat.
FOR NEW YEAR'S DINNER.
YOITNO ROAST TURKEY, BOMB 8TTI.B.
NEW DELICATESSEN, HQS FARNAM.
W1QDDING announcement, and prrotlng.
Douglas Printing Co. ToL Doug. 844.
IF YOU have anything to trade, make up s
little ad and nm It In this column for
even days It only costs 36c and lo per
answer. This offer Is good only In Omaha,
and excludes Real Estate, cash offers and
Business Properties For Sale or Trade.
These, ss well as mall orders for dm of
Swappers' ColHimn, must pay regular
rates. One or two answers are sufficient
ts make your trade aod the whole trans
action only costs about I0c. Try it
2 CAMERAS. 6x7 and xlo in perfect con
dltion; .32 Winchester repeating rifle;
typewriter ; -horsepower electric
motor; Mann's bone grinder; tnoubator;
brooder; Single -Comb Whits Minorca
cockerels and pullets; also one Bingie
Corub Black Minorca cockerel and 1 dos.
pullets, to exchange for anything I can
use. Addresi U. C. 913, Bee.
In the ELEVEN Months of 111
The Bee gained. .. .63,110 paid ads
MORE THAN DOUBLE
ths COMBINED gain of the other
two Omaha papers
Lowest Rate, Best Results, Bt 9 tries
PHONOGRAPH records, hav? a number of
Victor and Columbia records, of which 1
have tired; all In good shope. Want to
swap for others. Box 740, Beo.
KU LL-"B LOODK D 1 rlsh waTer s pan 1 r
trlver pup, female, 4 months old ; will
swap for poultry or what have you? Box
H. O. 736. Bee.
WE swp or buy kodaks; fi 1 1 ruT 4 ? rj to pd
frv Le-day service. Kase Kodak Studio,
Neville Blk.. ISth aod Harney.
HAVE first class hand painted service sets.
Jard1nlm, vanes, tpa a-ts, etc., will trade
for Virtrola, Box 657, Bee.
WANTED to swap household furniture of
8-room house for good BAcond-hand auto
mobile, Address 9674, Bre.
TWO good houses, one lot, trad equity for
autos, diamonds or wheat. Owner. Colfax
4103. 1834 8ahler.
WILL trade my hunting dog for good shot
gun, or what have you? Box ti, C. 742,
A LITTLE AD In this column will bring
about some remarkable exchanges.
Tk7NfiN6outfIt,new; value I2K0, forlot
or ho us! and Int. Box 9642, Bee,
iTPViRBST fruit "land' In ""ArkansasT' clear
What have you? Box 9559. Bee.
LARGE SIZE baseburnor, Tor chickens, or
what have you? Bunsou 393-W.
FOR SALE or trade, for good auto," a I1S6
piano. S. C. 739.
Offered persons Interested In buying
Must act at once as owner ts leaving
city. Will sell at invoice.
ISnK-.o Barney St.
A BIO PROPOSITION FOR BIO MEN.
THE "CAM ELEFORD," Is a truck st
taflirnent for Ford cars, It converts any
Ford Into it one-ton truck for 140. Na
tionally adverttspd, Thnunanils of satl
fletl users. Th'f wnles powiltillltirn ar be
yond one'H Imagination Tht- market ik
ready and walling. Big money made.
Want ronfiervatlvo energetic huslnenH
men as distributors
M A It KM 'NT MFG. CO.,
916 H. Wabash, Chicago."
FREE FOR ONE MONTH
Our weekly magazine. "Inside Invest
ments," Is devoted to a financial idK
worthy of consideration. A real "Inside
Investment," nhould easily doublu In value
every three months. Figure for yourself
what IHjO would amount to In a few
yearH if invested and re-lnvented on lhat
.basin Our inagHiilii! points the way to
making such iriveMtmcnta. i per year.
Hend today fur one mont h'H free mih
N'Tlption. Ail dress, Mclntrye Com pan lea,
Limited, 2072, Westmlnlalnr Lid If.,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF GENERAL
MERCHANDISE STOCK AND
To be sold at Angus, Nob., on January
4, 1917, at 10 o'clock a. in. by public
auction to the highest bidder for trash, the
ntoek of merchandise, consisting of gro
ceries, dry goods, shoes, etc., and fixtures,
of (he Angus Mercantile Company, In
JOHN DU-F, Trustee,
217 Karbarh Block,
BICYCLE und general repuir shop; must
ell on iifiount of health; plenty of work
year iirounil; part chhIi, balance easy. 11.
Backensert, 2514 N. 20th HI,, Omaha.
You as Pros
FRKK KOR SIX MONTH IV My special of
fer to Introduce my magaslno, "Investing
for Profit." It Is worth 10 a copy to
any onv who has not acquired sufficient
money to pro vide necessities and comforts
for self and loved ones, tt shows how to
become richer quickly and honestly. "In
venting for Profit" la the only progres
sive financial Journal and has the Urf-fnt
circulation In America. It shows how $ 1 00
grows to 12.100; writ now and I'll nmirt
It six menths free. II. I,. Barber, 664-32
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THR MOVIE SHOW DEPARTMENT
Wishes you a Happy Ntw Tsar. Iook
for our list of movie show bargains after
the holidays. Cell and see our list.
MOVIE SHOW DEPT.,
411 SO Rose Bldg. Phone Tyler 187,
EUROPEAN MANUFACTURER Wants
representative. European factory closed
account war. Now manufacturing In
Chicago. Patented specialty sells to mer
chants, manufacturers, Tremtririoui Euro
pean suiircem. Nw In America: I60Q to
91 .000 capital necessary. Exclusive terri
tory allotted. Hcott M f g. Co. 1 23 W.
BUT AMALGAMATED OIL, one-cent a
share; 100 jier oent dividends In 0 days
possible ; production now coming In,
ground floor stock, one cent a sham,
doubles price shortly, fl par value, 910
buys 1.000 shares. Write for full dftslls.
Amalgamated Oil Co., 11S0 Colcord Uldg.,
Oklahoma City, Okla. ,
WANTED An energetic representative for
Omaha and vicinity to place with mer
chants and smalt storekeepers a wonder
ful trade producing mystic Apparatus.
Increases dealers' business over 100 per
cent. Small amount required for (delu
sive territory. Address Ben Wolff, Man.
ager, 001 Marquette Bldg., Chicago.
A RELIABLE manufacturer wants general
sales manager to establish office and
manage sale men. Liberal contract; $300
to 700 capital necessary. Money-making
possibilities unlimited. Wit) pay expenses
to Chicago If you are man we want. Acme
Brass Works. Inc.. 1012 Republican Bldg.,
FOR HALE at Invoice, "stock of clothing,
furnishings, hats and shoes, Invoicing at
about $10,000, at Anaconda. MunL, with
monthly payroll of over hit If million; well
located, reasonable rent, with good lease;
stock In best of condition; must move to
milder climate; no trade. Address Y 748,
1100,000 CORPORATION man ufac hiring
talking machines wants territorial man
agers with 1100 to $&00 capital to finance
contract. Plays and equals any 160 In
strument, Wholesale price. $10. Big
money-maker. Address Bales Manager,
1012 Republic Bldg., Chicago.
FOR RA1,V The entire machine shop
equipment, lathes, planers, drill presses,
key-seater. oxy-acetylene welding outfit,
forge and anvil, gasoline storage outfit,
auto ambulance truck, stock of supplies,
etc.; will also lease building. Pelton Uaa
ollne Engine Works, Lyons, Iowa.
BUTCHER ''.SHOP FOR BALK
Owner has other business prospect In
view, will sell good butcher business and
stock. In good town, rich farming com
munity; splendid chance for good butcher
wishing a good location and business.
CUuson Bros., Klrnn, la.
FOR 8ALE Denlarofflce complete, Inclnd
Ing 2 Sibley chairs, 'I engines, bracket,
forcepM, hand instruments and complete
laboratory outfit, cheap for quick sale.
Address Covington, 320S Burt St. Phone
Harney 4061, .
in the ElJflVENMnnthVof Ills"
Tbe Ben gained 13.910 paid ads
MOKE THAN DOUBLE
the COMBINED gain of the Other
two Omaha papers
Ijowest Rats, Bs'. Results. Best Service
WANTED A partner with $6,000 In estab
lished Jobbing hustnetts In Omaha. Done
laid year over 17&.D00. Partner to take
active management of Inside work. Ad
dress 1571, Ben.
MOV 1 NO EXPENSES PAID.
1104 N 2 Id, 4-r. flat, steel range, gas
plate, kitchen ''iiblnet. water paid, $15.
RASP IlIlOS., Doug. HG3.
HARDWARE stock in good town, nsntern
Neb.; stork nearly new and in rich farm
ing country. Ai l quick; owner going west.
Add reus Y 7&S, Bee,
OWTNU to HlckncHH I am compelled to sac
rifice niy up-to-date rentaunint. thirty
mllen from Omaha.. Bargain for someone.
Box OS 20, Bee.
FOR HALF Cleaning and priming shop,
good location, Rood biiMlni. rent I7.&0
mo ; sacrltlcR prlee Mil) ; other bunlnenn.
Call nl onic. 22ti Military Ave.
DO" YOU WISH TO HELL YOUU HUSL
NEHH AND TI.KN IT INTO CASH? IF
SO, SEE OMAHA SALVAGE CO., 75
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK HLIXJ.
FOR SALE AT ONCEOne of the oldest
and best located groceries In town of
Ii, 000 in western Iowa; good line of futures
In cellar Address Y-767, Bee.
FOR RALE First-class meat market In a
lively Nebraska town ; good business;
reason' for selling, sickness. Address P, O.
Bnx 283, Pender, Neb.
A GOOD bargain for a good smith.'" f will
sell or rent my blacksmith and machine
shop, on account of poor health. H. Wil
liam G)o;k, Euslls. Nrb.
STOCK of merchandise, tS, 000.00, good
southeastern Nebraska town, at a bar
gain. Fine buslnas opening. Address 1
7 SO. Bee.
FOR SALE Oood. clean stock of hard
ware, live town, central Nebraska. Oood
reason for soiling. Be quick. Address
Y 161. Be.
MOTION picture machines, (new and re
bullt), theaters, supplies. Omaha flUn
Exrhnnge. 10H So. 14th Bt
WILLIAMS, estsbllsbed 29 years. Tn buy
or sell business see him. 411 MeCagus
Bldg. Reference, U. B. National Bank.
DOWD Sale and Auction Co., Omaha, have
closed out more mdse. stocks than any
other firm In U. B. Write for terms.
IF TOU want to sell or buy a buslnessor
rooming house call on Buseh A Borghoff,
710 World-Herald Bldg. Phons D. 3119.
WE BUY, we sell motion picture theaters,
machines, feature films. Co-operaUvs
Film and Supply Co., 210 Bromley Bldg.
FOR SALE A good teai coffee and r on fee
llonery business can he bought St the
right prlco. J. W. Jacob. Blair, Neb.
FOR SALE by owner, drug sto-e, dwelling
and stock ; square deal. Address ewxsr.
9U West cth Ave.. Denver, Colo.
HAVE exclusive territory for llvo man,
mount capital r-tiuircd
Her tirsnd hotel.
HOOP restaurant and confectionery for sale
jrheap If taken at oocelM) VjwterSt.
TO OKT In cr out of business, call on
OANOESTAIV 431 Rev Bidg Doug. 3477.
GUARANTY plan: get In or out U'lness Ai.
states. F. V. Knlest. B Bldg . Omaha.
ROOMING HOCSFB. all slaes. great bar
gains 419 Rose llldg. Phone Tyler 24 1 T.
WEEKLY RATE. lc" PER LINE.
Day work or business ads. regular rates
8 lines one week SOo
3 lines one week 4 is;
Each extra hue. 15c per week.
CAPABLE satea and advertising manager
experienced In all pha.ien of advertising
Helling and soliciting, aeehs connection
with cMiitdtxhtMl Oiniiha concern. Ad
dress Hoi DtiOH, Her.
WISH to make connection with department
store In state of Nebraska Interested In
opening up an automobile agency and ac
cessory department. Would be willing to
tnveat In the above project to grove I
mean business, Address Y 7&h, Bee.
In the ELEVEN' Months of I9U
The H gained. . . .53.910 paid ads
MORE THAN DOUBLE
the COMBINED gain of the other
two Omaha papers
Lowest Rate, Best Results, Best Servles
EXPERIENCED farmer and "stock "raiser,
psst middle ago (single) of Dsnlah de
Hceut, wishes position as foreman; refer
ences. Phons South S7S1. Write Anton
Jepson, South Omaha.
POSITIONS WANTED By all-around cook,
and dishwasher ttwo men); hotfd pre
ferred, nut of city. J. It, H. Address
9b ft. Bee,
YOUNG farmer, 21 years of age, single;
wishes tn learn Ihe blacksmith trade. Ad
dreas Frank Betka. Route No. 2, Exeter,
YOUNG man, !6 years of age. 4 years' rail
road experience, would like to make
change ; outsldo work pre f sired, Box
AN EXPERIENCED man cook would like
a position as cook In some good private
family, cafe or hotel Phone Web. 19.
POSITION- wanted by young man; expert
bookkeeper and stenographer; eight years
experience. Box 901.1. Bee,
EXPERIENCED colored chauffeur wishes
steady posillon, good references; can do
own repairing. Call Harney 1349.
EXPERIENCED colored chauffeurwlshes
steady position, good references; oan do
own repairing. Call Hsrnsy 1349.
WANTED- By young man, place to wsrk
for board while attending college, Doug.
IftM. Hoy lea College.
AUTO school student wants work for room
and bonrd; aulo line preferred. L. Walls,
201 fl. U4th.
NEAT appearing young man wishes posi
tion ss chauffeur. Call Douglas ttZb and
as. for Mr. Peck.
YOUNO MAH " wishes position, either as
driver or appren tics mechanic. Address
EXPER1 KNCED floor man wants job In
blacksmith shop. W. II. Pollard, f0 N.
WANTED By experienced colored man,
work as Janitor or porter. Ph. Web. 10111.
JA MK8 FOSTER.siaHonary engineer and
fireman. Address 2111 Ohio.
WORK wanted by a first-class plumber. Tel.
Pract. nursing, comp. worn., city ref. W. &A40.
WANTED Responsible position by capable
experienced lady; can furnish ref. No
salary under lis weekly eons! dared. Ad
dress Mrs. Allen. 2310 Douglas St.
THE BEE charge for "Situation ads" Is
lower than any other form of Advertising
not enough to cover the oast of printing.
NEAT YOUNG OinL wants position selling
tickets, cashier or walling on table. Call
Room 4, Red 1171.
EXPERIENCED' "colored rhannbYrmald
wants position. References Webster 2127,
RELIABLE colored glr) wants housework
or chambermaid. Tel. Douglas 1442,
CASH IEIUNG "oVof flea" work hesTof reiv
erences. Telephone Harney &06I.
EXPERIENCED " colored woman wants
general housework. Douglas 6129.
WANTED Position at oncby"p7actlciT
nursn. Red 6814.
Hotels and Restaurant!.
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
1810 Davenport Bt. Douglas llil.
Headquarters for hotel help.
Laundry and Day Work.
FOR experienced bundle washing call Web
star 177, Prompt delivery.
Dawork, any kind; comp. ref. Web, 7447.
Ex. lady wants b'dle wash. Guar. WebrOOfl!
DAY work or housecleantng eiprWeb7467T
Plain dinners: clean.: swseplng?W tb.4 9 1 ,
Launr-y wk. Call Del. Reas. Guar. Web. 4827
For day work or gen. housework. Ty. U64-W"
Ex". LAIINDRBSS, '"bundle" wsshWe'bl"ltiii
CHAMBER, dsy or laundry work. Har. 2166.
Ex. colordlady wants daywork."H!67eT
DAT wrk. clean, by ex. white womTw.l69"
1ST CLABSJndry. and day work. Web. 2143.
LA.UNORY carefully done! Web. 4212.
ANY kind of day' work. Webstsr672t.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
WE ARE READY
To supply tompetsnt men
and woman for tho chances
and nr-w positions created
In your office the first of
TS2 Omsvh. National Bank
We aro the Original Originators of
the REPERKNCR BUSINESS.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY.
HAVE REMOVED TO
11.58 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BLDG.. I6TH AND FARNAM STS.
STKNOUKAl'HBR I 75
STKNO. AND RKKPR I 60
OKPtOE CI.KRK I 4(1
OFFICE DOT ,30
OFFICE BOY S 26
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY.
IF ACTUALLY QUALIFIED
For executive, manufacturing or technical
position, carrying a salary of $1,200 and
up. communicate with undersigned coun
sel, who will negotiate strictly confiden
tial preliminaries for such positions.
A SERVICE OF UNIQUE CHARACTER.
F. L. SPENCE,
1015 City National Bank Bldg.
HELP WANTED MALE
SALESMAN (staple line) $ 0.0O
CITY SALESMAN (Investment) . . 100. Oft
SEC, MAN. Lumber yard 60.00
THE CANO AOjWCYjW BEE BLDU.
Professions and Trades.
PRINTERS WANTED Now" employed, but
ambitious for bigger, better Jobs In their
own Khop competitors, pressmen, etc.
competent, progressive ones. Write to-ilny-fiiik
how. Printers' Club, 43 Noel
HIOCK, WBSnvillP, I "im.
AUTOMOBILE expert; 'must be flrst-elaaa
on general overhauling oygen welding
electric starters and lathe work; geod
wages and steady work for right man.
write or pnone ttawaeya uaragB,
V ANTED- Firs t-cisss prescription druggist,
only such as can give references from
former employers. No .lump-about need
apply. Hhnrmi'n A McConnell Drug Co,,
mm una unnKw ntw.
Drug Positions All States
1016-16 City Nstlonsl Bsnk Bldg.
liTSTAN HUtotnobile expert in sin weeks: our
big book tells you how. Rahe's Automo
bile School, 601 E. llth St., Kansas City.
WANTED Kodak finisher. Address, with
particulars, F D. Hennnsay, Ansco Dealtr.
510 Sth St.. Btoun City, la.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
A manufacturing corporation of
high repute and long standing has ,
an opening on Its sales force for a
man who can measure up to a posi
tion that requires mental and phys
The position will necessitate trav
eling In parts of one or two states.
Men who cannot be sway from
home at all will not be given con
Briefly, the requirements are
these: Character, a good record
with present and previous em
ployers, good health, the ambition
to reach a permanent and prosper
ous nlme In tlfs.
If you am a salesman or believe
you have selling ability, are between
lh agea of 28 and 48. write a lot
tor of sppllcatlon now. Use a. type
wrllr If you can.
tlive detailed Information aa to
sge. domestic life, business ex
purl mice for last ten years, height,
weight, condldtlon of health, past
net ywrly earnings and the extent,
if any, to which you use Intoxicants.
A personal Interview within thir
ty days will be glvnn men who reply
Immediately and whose letters In
dicate their fitness for the work.
Department O, 207 West 2Sth Btr
New York Cily.
Our advertising calendar line for lilt-,
the most beautiful ever produced by any
company, is now ready. Sales by a hun
dred men now out, for the first week
ended last night will be the greatest of
any week of our thirty-year business ca
reer. When the rush of the tremendous early
selling calendar season subsides we equip
our salesmen with the strongest order
pulling line of leather and esllulald spe
cialties In existence.
We offer a big earning, all-year propo
sition to live wire salesmen.
Nebraska and South Dakota territory 1
Wire your reservation. Confirm fully by
letter, giving age, selling experience, refer
AMERICAN ART WORKS,
STOCK AND BOND SALESMAN
MUST BE HIGH GRADE MAN.
Ws csn offer to enthusiastic, cap
able Mock and bond salesman as
desirable a connection as there Is :
In the west. The security to be ' '
handled la unusually attractive and
good territory Is open In Nebraska,
Iowa, Missouri and Kansas, This
organisation Is widely known, has
the full confidence of the public and
Is disposed to make most satis
factory arrangements with Its sales
men who. If they have the ability,
can make between (6.000 to 18,000
a year, Applications will be treated '
confidentially and Interviews ar
ranged, Give brief outline of past
connections and experience.
Address Box 0389, Bee.
MASTER HALEHMAN WANTED Man, M
to HO, good education, college graduate,
preferred; of pleasing manner and strong
personality for spsolal diplomatic personal
soliciting Independent business of your
own, where the clientage you build up be
longs to yourself. This contract is worth
I2B.OO0 certain profit the first three years
. snd will make one Independent for life Is
five to ten years; must be financially re
sponsible and able to handle own business
under own name, 1300 per month abso
lutely guaranteed for first five months
work to right man; no special experience)
necessary; but character, personality and
courage essential; state age, education!
past experience and earnings. Address)
and phone number or no reply, Burnham
1240 Caxton Bldg., Chicago.
LAND AND LOT 8A LE8M EN!
The next six months belong to Florida.
Wo have spent a million dollars on our
properties and are now ready for the
hlggost campaign ever opened on Florida.
Wo will pay liberal commissions, adver
tise heavily fur you locally, and pay ex
penses for agents and purchasers to Flor
ida, We have an entirely new plan
of sale, which Is proving a big winner
for the agents; On our last propostlon
several salesmen made as high as 116,000
In one season. We protect our agents and,
want live wires only. We are the strong
est organisation In the south. We have
learned that we must make money for our
agents before we can make monev om
sitlves. Write for territory. E. T. Ander
son, 114 S. Dearborn, Chicago. 1 -i
HIOH class man with organization, exeov?
tlve and superior salesmanship ability, i
who la and has been successful and whs
possesses highest Integrity and standing.
Position that of district supervisor at
salesmen for many high class manufac
turers representing millions of capital.
One line is a new wonderful gasoline
tractor and truck of "great power audi
flexibility that will overwhelm and aston
ish the world. Sells at (360 and $100.
Here is the opportunity to make more
money each month than you ever made
In a year. If you can qualify, hare Is a
chance of lifetime. Perrlne, SO N. La
OFFER KU A GROCERY STORE?
OUR PROPOSITION IS BETTER.
I-et us tell you how you ' can handle
flour, canned goods, provlslon-an en
tire line of groceries, as well as paints,
roofing, stock foods, automobile and ma
chinery nils and greases. No rent to pay,
no Investment In stock. Large orders
taken from samples. Goods of guaranteed,
and proven quality. Selling experience
not necessary. Very profitable work for
"workers." Address R. 8. Hill, President,
Hitchcock Hill Co., Chicago. Reference,
any bank or express company.
WANTED Salesmen of tact, good appear
ance, aggressive, energetic and pleaslnc
personality, experienced and successful in
Insurance, advertising, or any line of
salcHmanshlp. Permanent position and an
Income that will Hatisfy, with an old
established company covering large ter
ritory, if you can qualify, write Y 7SI.
care The Omaha Bee, giving your ref
erence, full line of sales experience, ad
dress and phone number for an early In
terview. Correspondence confidential.
SALESMAN Traveling, drug, for Iowa, I1HW
nols, Indiana, Wisconsin, also man for
Chicago. Position to be filled January.
First-class house. Oood established busi
ness In territory named. Fulf pharma
ceutical and toilet line. Only hustlers
with clean record need apply, having aold.
drugglats In above territory preferred;
20 per cent commission; best references,
territory covered, experience, age, etc,
must accompany application. Aetna
Chemical Co., 687 Michigan, Detroit, Mich.
INSURANCE men wanted to take charge
of exceedingly good territory In Nebraska.
Now, original ' ami up-to-date contracts.
For further Information, Tel. Harney &
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