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ALHAMBRA, 24TH AND PARKER
JACK PICKFORD, and
LOUISB HVVr, In
"WHAT MONET CAN'T BUT."
GRAND, ". 16TH AND BINNET I
PAULINE FREDERICK, in
"MRS. DANE'S DEFENSE."
APOLLO, ."" JtTH AND LEAVENWORTH
, VHOMAS INCH.
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KOHLKF, 26TK AND LEAVENWORTH
WILLIAM FARNUM, in
"WHEN A WAN SEES RED."
DUNDEE, H8T AND UNDERWOOD
. NO SHOW TODAT.
JANE AND KATHERINE LEE.
Permlta to wed have been uwuedio the
Name and Residence. Age.
Augutt Neuhaus, Benann.-Neb. 21
Helen Kllnktr, Benson, Neb... f, 11
Marcus Seala, Omaha..'.. ............... 21 I
Ada Clay, Omaha....... 17
riavln Harrison, Omaha. ..,.,.., II
Corlnno Johnson, Omaha... II I
Franklin ft. Taylor, Llnooln, Neb..,,.., tl
Lucy F. Bjosenfelt, Courtlsnd. Neb ZS
Lon N. Morris, Omaha II
Minnie M. Mack. Omaha.. Ill
TM7 k TU inn P1TVVDAT. MOTIPIP I
fir""' "ilM..?" , .,,-tZ!Z
O'SHEA Mrs. Anita, agad, I fears, March
Funeral from residence, 1140 Sooth ltth
, St., Thursday, V:10 a. m.. to St Patrick's
church, I a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre
cemetery. Deceased Is survived by her
husband, James O Shea, one alstsr, Mrs.-
Boas Shlelda; one brother, Terenae Shields,
an or omana. rwaae omit nowers,
8H EETS Permella, beloved wife of Frank
E. sheets, Tuesday, March it, agjd III
Funel-al sen'icet at residence, 1101 N.
24th St. Thursday, March list, at 2:10 p.
xi. Interment, Forest Lawn cemetery.
Permits to build have been leeued to the
. John Tuttle, 2001 CumlnV street; altera
tions. Iioo: Edith Hill. 4U6 Camden ave
nue, additions and repairs, 1250; Mlgs-Orr
Investment company, 1002 to 2001 Harfiey
street, garage. (30,000; Fred Fonter, 2217
North Nineteenth street, garage, (100.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS. '
Blrtha Peter and Elisabeth Lublsuher,
Forty-eighth and R strsett, girl; Albert
and Elisabeth Slegl, $137 South Twenty
second street-boy; Andrew and' Mary
' Vanowtrf, 2I3 Jefferson street, girl; Wll
llam and Pearl Leurltsen, 111 North Twenty-fifth
avenue, boy; George and Mary
Bobler, Fiftieth and W streets, boy; Den
nis and Sarah Hurley, Thirty-third and R
atreets. girl; Fred and Mary Lae, 401
Bancroft street, girl; Jesse and Alta Lor-1
ring, Menaerson, ia., noepita gin; uaorge
and Nellie Crowe, 4021 South Twenty
eighth street, girl; John andyRhea Ljnn.
1124 North Fifty-fifth street, boy.
Deaths Carl Bryl, I. Fort Crookl Wulf
Fried, (4, 1114 North Twenty-fifth street;
Sally C. Leas, 71, 1461 Evans strsst; Jamet
8. Sayers, II, Clarkson, Neb., hospital;
Josephine Krijek, II, 2101 M street; George
it. Wood. 10, 2611 South Thirty-second
avenue; Frank Franek. It, 1114 South
f CAPn OP THANKS
wish to thank St Luke'a choir and
our many friends for their kindness and
sympathy shown us at the dsath of our
beloved wife, mother, daughter and sister.
FRED TECKMEYER AND FAMILY.
MRS. A. GALSCHE AND FAMILY.
WASHINGTON lodge No. 27, D. of H. Of
ficers and members attend your regular
meeting Thursday. March 21, I p.v m.
tura Miller. Chltt of Honor. Bridget
FtWERAL DIRECTORS. -
"STACK & FALCONER
Independent Undertaken. II A Har. P. 887,
il L. DODDER CO.. Funeral Directors.
P. L. Fero, Mgr., Sld and Cuming Sta.
Phone Douglss 177. Auto ambulance.
HUI.SE RIEPEN. undertakers and em-
' hslmers, 701 S. 16th. Douglat 1121.
JOHN A. GENTLEMAN, undertaker and
meoaimer. nil Ftrnsm at narnw s
LEE L. LARMON
1114 Douglss St
LARGEST assortment ot fresh flowers.
HENDERSON, 1519 FARNAM.
WKKER FLOWER SHOP. 411 8. 14. D. 1102
ROGERS. Florist. Ill 8. llth. D. 1400.
National Fl)rist, 1804 Farnam tjt.
A. DON'AGHUE. 1423 Harney. Doug. 1001.
WEST LAWN offers sympathetic service la
sudden sorrow; perpetual cart: no aesess
; meats; lots on tasy terms. Phone WaU 120.
OMAUA ft COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons having lost torn artlelo would
do wtll to call t) i tho offlct of tht Omsha
Council Bluffi 8trt Railway company
to crtln wbther thsy loft it ia tbt
Many arttclta tach day art turned la
and tht company la anxlout to rettort
them to tht rightful owners.
IV TOU loit anything and will advtrtlit It
htrt you will aurtiy racover it ir Kuna
by an honest person. If you fh.d any.
thine of valut tht honest wty la to ad
vertise for tht owinr.
LOST Gold puree In Brandels more, with
namt on Inalrie. Libers! reward. Mra. c.
If. Aahton, Harney 6437,
LOST Marten scsrf, Saturday afternoon,
Call Douglas 10(7. Reward.
For Sale MucelUneoeua
Furniture and Household Goods.
Saturday March 23, 1918
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PIANOS. TALKING MACHINES,
PARLOR FURNITURE, SEWING
MACHINES. DRESSERS, BEDS,
DRESSING TABLES, WARD
ROBES, COMMODES, LIBRART,
TABLES, PINING TABLES,
.CHAIRS, ROCKERS, BUFFETS,
BOOKCASES. CHINA CLOSETS,
DAVENPORTS, RANGES, GAS
RANGES. KITCHEN CABINETS.
REFRIGERATORS. OAS AND
ELECTRIC FIXTURE8, COM- '
PLETE SODA FOUNTAIN OUT
FIT, TRUNKS, RUGS, CARPETS,
LINOLEUM. LACE CURTAINS,
LINEN, CHINA, PICTURES, ETC, V
Fidelity Storage and Van
Company , .
IT BUTH 11TH STREET. '
(Between Jackaon and Jones Sts.)
Saturday, march is, iji.
JAMES L. DOWD AUCTION CO.,
1 ! I '
THOUSAND8OF DOLLARS WORTHOF
FURNITURE. RUGS. STOVES ETC.
Our Surplus Stock.
MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST.
Buy Now and Gat First Choice. .
Tbt choicest home furnishings 'bat
money can buy. We make a tpeoialty of
complete' home outfits, alto botsls and
rooming houses. Railroad fart (rtt to all
out-of-town buytra within 10 miles of
Omaha on purchases of 120 or more,
STATU FURNITURE CO..
Tel Doug. 1817. Cor 14th and Dodgt Its.,
"Ton Can Buy It for Leas at tht Slate."
BARGAINS IN STOVES AND FUrWuRBT
Beds, springs, mattresses, bedding of all
kinds, tables, chairs, china and kitchen
ce bleats, rugs and linoleum, 1839-1147 N.
14th St, Webster 1C07. Optn till p. m.
ACTUAL TRUTH FOR BARGAINS Full
lint of furnlturt, gas and coal oil stores.
rugs, baby carriages, trunks, ato. Loyal
Furn. Co., 321 N. 16th.
Ntw high-class walnut drtater and
ehtffloner. Walnut 124.
ORIENTAL RUG bargalna, selling all stock
Invoice prices, your last chance to buy
. "'"' "gs, 111 8. ltth St.
bjish right oown ana get your share or all
Kinas oi lurnuuro at a sacruics out n. ism
W I I I I
TJtansta mis A M,, el.- a 1 TnBtrnn,.nt.
A. HOSPB CO., 1M1 Douglas, have pianos
to rent at 13.10 per month, or will sell oa
Machinery and Engines.
FOR SALE A steam boiler, 40-H.-F., and 25-
1I.-P, engine; one pressed brick machine,
with all accessories, 40 feet rubber belt
ing. Address John Faulk, Btromsburg,
Wo rent, repair, sell nttdlea and parti
ol all sewing machines.
' NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
ltth and Harney Sts. Doug. 111.
v Nurseries. Seeds and Plants.
6HIO seed potatoes, ItJii pr bushel, 1101
Newport Ave. Colfax 2231.
Store and Office Fixtures.
WB have moved to new location. We buy,
tell and make desks, ssfes. ehoweatea.
shelving, etc Omaha Fliture A Supply Co.,
b. w. cor. ntn ana Douglaa, D. 1734.
Typewriters and Supplies.
FOR RENT Remington, Monarch and
Smith Premier typewriters. Sent anywhere.
Rental supplies on purchases. . Remington
Typewriter Company, Nineteenth and
TYPEWRITERS sold, rented and repaired.
Bent an Oliver 1 months for It. Central
Typewriter Exchange, 1901 Farnam.
WB buy. eell and exchange typewriters:
Hat. Midland Typewriter Co.. 404 Dodge.
OLD Dutch line ribbon and carbon. Tou try I
It before you buy it from Hlatt 1120 1st
National Bank. Tyler 1411.
200,000 good common brick, 110,000 flrt
rrlck. Also a lot of shafting, bangers and
pulleys. All ss good aa nsw. Apply at
tht Omaha Brick At Tilt Co. yard. Id and
Hickory Sts. Doug. t. Alfred Thomas,
Trustee. 104 First Nst'I. Bank.
FOR BALK 1,000 opera chairs and scenery I
In one of Omaha theaters.
CASSEL REALTY COMPANY,
122 Bee Bldg. Telephone Doug. S1SI.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feathers steamed.
renovated and made up In new feathar I
proof ticking. 1107 Cuming. Doug. 1417.
WHISKY and wine barrels (empty) for
sale. Nevlns A Schwlen. 411 Felix street.
ECONOMIZE IN WAR TIME.
' Trade those articles of furniture, cloth
ing, personal belongings, etc., thst you
hava no need ot Gtt something you can
Special rats for ads In Swappers' Column
26o for S-ltne adv. I days and 3o par I
answer for a., letters received.
Business ads regular rates.
WILL trade il.th grade piano and caoh for I
new auto. Btx 4330. Omaha Bee.
DIAMONDS Jewelry for rifles, shot guns.
closing. Frledmsn. 111 Douglas.
WILL exchange new piano er player piano
tor goon Ford far. Douglas nasi.
Bee Want Ads Bring Results.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED Old fa lee tefHh, crowns nd
bridges. Wt pay from 13- to 120 per st
Send by parcel post and ws send check by
return mall subje-t to your, approval.
Jackson's Dental Depot. Davenport. Iowa.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New deaka. used desks bought sold and
traded. J. C. "Reed. 1301 Farnam. D. 4146.
JUNK ami second-hand furniture,
and Wlsblttt. . Vb. 10. t
ACCORDEON. aide, knife, sunburst, box
pltatlnf, covered buttons, all sixes and
styles; hemstitching, plcot tdglng, Eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO..
100-101 Brown Bids. Douglas 1934
HEMSTITCHING PLEATING. BUTTONS.
O. U. VanArnara Pleating Co.
131-T Paxton Block. Phone Doug. 1101.
LaBELLE Bath Inatltute; electric and tialn
bathe; massage nt all kinds: expert at
tendsnts. f 1508 Harney. Douglaa 704b.
MASSEUSE, baths, manicuring physical
cult. Miss Walker, 224 Neville Blk.
Brass and Iron Foundries.
Paxton-Mltchell Co.. 27th and Martha Ste.
Private tables ior parties at Holmes'.
Baggage and Express.
I REPUBLIC AUTO EXPRESS CO MP ANT
will haul everything for you. Packages
lesa than 20 lbs., It cents. Doug. 411.
THE ONLY WAYS
THE OMAHA TRANSFER CO.
Carpenters and Contractors.
LESSARD ft BON. 2021 Cuming. Ty. 1111.
Dr. J. C. Lawrence. Balrd Bldg. D. 1411.
Teft's Dent. Rnia.. 301 Boat Bldg. D. 218$.
Dr. Bradbury. No paW. $21 W,vcT"w7Bldg
DRESSMAKING By day; work guaranteed.
Tyler 2004 W.
DRESSMAKING. Mlaa Sturdy. Douglas 1196.
TKRRT Dressmaking Co.. 20th and Farnam.
COMPETENT dresamaker by dayTlIar. 4TiT
JAMES ALLAN. 112 Neville Blk. Evidence
tenured In all cases. Tyler 1131.
Lumber and building Material
SAVE HALF on beams, columns, brick. H.
Gross Lumber and Wreck Co. Web. t'A4.
Fixtures and Wiring.
TiTTP'K'T'M Eleclrla washing machlr.es,
AS (J AVXYlll .Urtrln Iron and ri1li
lamps. 8323 Cumjng St Dnug. tilt
NO WAR PRICES at Madam Wllaou't hair
drsalng parlors. For medium head sham
poo, curled and dresd, 80c. Give us a
trial, we r best soap, 1610 Doughs
St. Phone Red 1S70.
NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE? .
tll-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2111.
F"8 e.v,0Il', " 0" '"'l4,
., auuan uiuuivi iinriiisi AJiKia
Hth and Harney.
UXIiUJlUOnTM.tm to bur back
at small profit. GROSS. 401 N. Hth St.
PILES, fistula and other rectal 'diseases
cured ' without surgical operation. Cure
guaranteed. Write for book on rectal dis
eases with testimonials.
DR. E. R, TARRT, 240 Bee Bldg., Omaha.
DR. MABLE WESSON Tyler 2960, (14
Brandels Bldg, Res. Phone, 4741.
EXPERT WELDING OF ALL METAL.
H. W, LEVERING. 109 S. 12th St. D. 3G7I,
STURGES 8TURGES, U. & and foreign
paten ta and trademarks. 130 Bee Bldg.
PATENTS procured, bought and aoldr Inter
national Patent Co., 613 Brandels. D. veil.
Printing and Office Supplies.-
Waters-Barnhsrt Ptg. Co., 124 H. 13th St.
Plumbing and Heating.
TOPP A CO.. 1711 Vinton street. Plumbing
and healing; general repair work our
specialty. Oil burner experts. Tyler Ills.
Piano Tuning and Repairing.
THATCHER. CHAS. H., 110 Harney, Doug.
1011, Expert toning and repairing. Pianos
rebuilt and reflnlahed. Estimates Tree.
W. R. Dalbey, piano tuner!Douglas 0297.
BARGAINS. 1213 Farnam.
J. J. Derlght Safe-Co.
Dledrlck. P. U, 1 8. 10th. Tailor. P. 2431.
Omaha Towel Supply, 207 8. 11th. P. 121
CLECO COMFORT TRUSSES.
Fitted Perfectly by Experts.
Tht W. O. Cleveland Co.. 1410-12 Harney St
Albert llaberstro- Baaso cantante. teacher
cf ,nKnw, technique and repertoire. 8tu-
die, 431 Securiges Bldg. Tyler 2467-J.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Douglas Printing Co., TeL.Douglas 144.
llll il III W 1 I I I'BSB
Results from our an
nouncement in the Sunday
Bee are proof that honest
values in used cars is a
winner. Our stock is not as
large but the following
cars are as yet Ur your at
tention. . 1916 Paige.
1917 Irvin Six Packard.
1917 Studebaker Six. '
1917 Willys-Knight 8.
1917 Willvs Six.
1916 Overland 83.
1914 Ford Roadster.
1916 Ford Tourinp.
, USED CAR DEPT.,
Van Brunt Automobile Co.
Wrecked and leaky radiators repaired
and rebuilt: large stock used radiators
on hand. Maahed fenders and lamps re
paired like new. Highest prices paid for
OMAHA RADIATOR. TIRB A AUTO
tl Cumlni 8t Omaha. Neb.
NEW llxht Mitchell, alx sedan. I1.S50: Allen
two-passenger. 1500. Several used trucks
at bargain prices. One 117 Ford touring,
STANDARD MOTOR CO.,
, 20J0 Farnam 81
. Car; Cbancstroiu, Manager.
Auto Parts Co.
Used Car 'Bargains
1916 Dodgs Touring 1650
1917 Overland 90 1500
1916 Chevrolet 1300r-
1911 Chevrolet 1250
1913 Pierce Arrow Spe-dater. . .13)0
Used Truck Bargains
1316 Smith Form-a-Truck, with body
ar.d cab 500
1917 Ford, with Hubbard one-ton at
1914 Republic one-ton. with cab 1600
These trucks are In first-clans shape and
are ready to be put In immediate service.
If youare looking for a light truck now
Is your opportunity.
All the above cars are in first
class shape and sold with a money
AUTO PARTS CO..
215 Farnam- St. Douglas ' 4660.
KELSET "Streamline" body makes old Ford
new. Sol S. Goldstrom Co., distributor,
2187 Farnam street. Telephone Harney
QUALITT USED CARS. '
Wt have tbt best bargains. See us at
once. Harney 171. Farnam and 26th Ave.
ALL kinds of csrs for hire, with or with
out driver, by the mile or by the hour.
Fords. 10a per mile. Douglas 7390. Ne
braska Service Garage.
CUMING GARAGE. 2411 Cuming St. D.
2833. Storage, day and night 'ervlce,
carbon burning, welding, general auto re
pairing. BARGAINS IN USED FORD CARS
McCaffrey Motor Co.,
16th and Jaattson. Ford Agents. Doug 4600
BARGAINS In lined cars.
ORR MOTOR SALES CO.,
40th snd Farnam. Harney 414
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH, 100 USED
CARS; quick action; no delay. Acto Ex
change Co., 2107 Farnam St. Dnug. 6036.
NEW Ford cars for sale, monthly payments
If desired. Answer strictly confidential.
Box No. 35S5 Bee Publishing Co,
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKI ' ND CO.,
2300 Farnam St.
1911 SMITH Form-a-Truck. Jues over-
hauled. In good shape. Auto Parts Co.,
QUALITY , USED CARS.
VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILE CO..
20th and Harney Sts., Douglas 8290.
WE ARK TUB USED CAR MEN.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.
1910 Farnam St., Douglss 9070.
A FEW 1911 Ford touring care. One uted
1917 Ford touring. 4001 S. 24th St. bo.
GOOD USED CABS. , 1
OUT L. SMITH.
26th and Farnam Sts. Douglas 1970.
WE BUY, SELL, REPAIR FORDS.
Tell & BinKIy, Doug. 1640 2111 Ham it St
BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED
Ever Ready Battery Station. 1206 Farnam.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PAINT TOUR
AUTO. WM. PFEIFFER AUTO A CAR
RIAGE WKS.. 2525 Leavenworth. Ty. 101.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
, ONE HALF PRICE.
2000 Miles guaranteed.
n03 17.76: 30x3H 18.75: 32l34 $10.15;
33x4 113.35; 34x4 113.25; 35x4 '4 115.60
Write us today for particulars.
Expert Radiator and Tire Repairing
"2 IN 1" VULCANIZING CO.,
1511 Davenport St Omaha, D 2914.
10x3 1 1.46
THE TIRE SHOP.
2511 Farnam St. Douglat 4271.
TIRES AT HALF PRICE. ALL SIZES
NEW 30x1 Firestone. 11.00: Ford tubes.
12; NEW 30x314 Non-Skid. FIrestones, 11 3.x I
K AIMAN 8 TIRE JOBBERS. 1721 CUMING.
SAVE 60 PER CENT ON YOUR TIRES
G. O. Tire end Vulcanising Co., 1411
Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-W.,
TIRE price wreckers. This is no 2-in-l tire.
COMBINATION TIRE FACTORY,
422 8. 13th. Agts wanted. Omaha, Neb.
BUT Lee puncture-proof pneumatic tires and
eliminate your tire troubles; Powell Supply
Co., 2051 Farnam St
Auto Livery and Garages.
RENT a FORD DRIVE IT YOURSELF.
lOo a mile, S5o per hour minimum charge.
N (Expect Sundsys snd holidays.)
FORD LIVERT CO.,
Douglas 1623. 1114 Howard St.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
PHONE HARXET 2907 for auto repalr.ng.
DELAY A BEAU W. Farnam Garage. S527
Farnam. Now open. Give ua a trial.
EDWARDS, E. S., 2611 19th Bt Web
ater 1102. For best results with repair
work consult us.
Starters and Generators Repaired.
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
Anything electrical about your auto,
lit 8. llth St. Douglas 6483.
We repair any storage battery,' guaran
teelng aame for six months.
OMAHA BATTERY AND SERVICE CO.,
2212 Harney St Tyltr 3394.
Motorcycles and Bicycle
H A R L E T-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos, the Motorcycle Man. 27th and Leav
enworth. BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE Grocery store doing an
exceptionally good business. West
ern Nebraska town of 7,000 popula
tion. Situation is the best in town,
Good chance for increase in busi-
- , i
ness. van state reason jor selling
to interested parties. Box Y 450
WE WANT to give you absolutely free 1110
to 1500 atock, prospective value 12,000 to
110,000 In a rapidly growing incorporated
manufacturing company. No business, per
haps, possesses such possibilities tor enor
mous" earnings. Nor any. according to
history of the Industry, which is mora cer
tain of great success. Write today, w.lh
out obligation, for particulars. Canada
Bon Sales Co., 1222 Standard Bank Uldg.
A REAL BARGAIN FOR CASH It taken
at once; new SSx7l-foot brick garage, on
mam atreet; 22 blocks pavement In best
garage town In southwest Iowa; lota of
business, or will Invoice atock and lease
building, n. B. Anderson, Malvern, la
WANTED To correspond with a competent
brick maker. One who understand.! all
about preparing and laying out a brick'
yard. Write J. M. MOTT, ' Ketnxarer.
MOTION picture machine bargains, new and
retuuit. fully guaranteed. kAII suppllea
omana Him Eschsnge, 109 South llth St.
DRUG store for sale. Part cash. Sales
1 1 9.000 year. Hecker's pharmacy. Hunt'
FOR SALE Meat .market: fine business.
Writs ukk to Bos X-iii, Omaha Boo.
BUSINESSES furnished and sold. All states.
F. V. Knlest. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
WHT SUFFER! Latest and most Scientific
Treatment for All Diseases. Dr. Charlea
Barnes. 611-22 8ecurties Bldg. Examina
tion and Consultation free. He (a reliev
ing thoussnds. WHT NOT TOU 7 Delays
are dangerous. If you can't call, write, v.
Hours: 9 s. m. to 6 p. m.. 7:30 to 140
evenings. Sunday, 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
RUPTURE successfully treated without a
surgical operation. Ckll or write. Dr.
Frsnk H. Wray 306 Bee Bldg.
THE Salvation Army Industrial Home eo
Helta your old clothing, furniture, maga
tines. We collect Wt distribute. Pbont
Doug. 4126 and our wagon will call. Call
and Inspect our new homo. 1110-1112-1114
OMAHA Bath Inst Electric, stesm or tub
baths, massages of all kinds. 221 Neville
Blk. Doug. 7311. ltth and Harney Sts.
MISS FISHER, sulphur, stesm batha and
massage. 171 Bran. Thea. Bldg. D. 1161.
MAE BRUOMAN. sclentlflo masseuse and
baths. 201 Karbach Blk. Red 2727.
VAPOR and tub batha Massages of all
kinds. Rm. I, 1506 Harney. Doug. 704S.
Manicuring (Healer) and scalp treatment.
For appointment call Ty. 1031. 702 S. 24th.
PRIVATE licensed maternity home. 4411 N.
18th t8. Phone Colfax 2042.
Halran, 223 Neville Blk.
BATH and mas?age. 1202 Farnam St., Room
2. Phone Douglas 1751.
Manicuring and mass. 1623 Farnam. R. It.
MISS WEST, manicure, mass.. 210 N. 17th.
SCIENTIFIC mass. Ell Paxton Blk. X. 6372.
I WANT 'a permanent position with a fair
salary and good prospects for advance
ment In a growing Omaha concern; 1 can
do general office work; I have a good
record; 1 have good references; I have a
f good character, and I have lots of am
bition : also some advertising experience.
Box 2121, Omaha Bee.
EXPERIENCED dry goods clerk epsn for
, position; married man; past draft age; It
years' experience; good window trimmer
and stockkeeper; capable of mamvger. Best
of references. Box T-455, Omaha Bee,
WANTED By competent Ford mechanic
. position in some smaller town. Am mar
ried, not subject to draft Am at present
employed. Stats wages you will pay. I
havs good reasons for wanting to change.
Write to Bert 'Williams, 1700 Avenue A,
Council Bluffs, Ia,
YOUNG man with five years' experience de
aires position as time keeper or construc
tion clerk with construction company. No
objection to leaving city. Box 4141, Oma
SITUATION wanted by comp., exp. grocery
clerk, who Is also a capable window trim
mer and card writer ref. ;- marrlod. Ad
dress R. E. Thompson, Coliseum Hotel,
HONEST trustworthy man wants work in
private family. Is licensed fireman. Can
do any kind ci work. Phone Douglas 6566.
WANTED Job on farm or ranch the year
'round by married man; state wages when
write. Box 153, Dallas. 8. D.
EXPERIENCED chauffeur, gardener, and
machinist wishes position. Peto D. Mare,
1441 South J4th St. s
Chauffeur wants work In private family
or truck driving. Phone Web. 4627.
YOUNG man wants position aa collector.
Telephone Coif as 2171.
WANTED A position ss housekeeper or
with a small family, by a young woman
with 3-year-old boy; city references. CoL
2270. 6418 North 33d Ave. '
RELIABLE dressmaker wants sewine by
da,y or at home. Call after I p. m. V eb.
POSITION as housekeeper for elderly
couple or widow. Box 4081. Omaha Bee.
TYPEWRITING at home. Exp. typist. Ty.
Laundry and general housework. Tyler 2987.
Laundry and Day Work.
EXPERIENCED laundress, washing. Ironing
and housework by day. Satisfaction given.
WASHINO Rough, dry or finished: blankets
and curtains specialty; soft water. Wal,
BUNDLE washing to
guaranteed. Webster. 4309.
RELIABLE colored woman wants day work.
Lula Moody. Web. 698.
RELIABLE colored woman want day wcrk.
Call Webster 1302.
BUNDLE washing, rough dry and finished.
Exp. lady wants houaeclesnlng and launc'.ry.
DAY aorVand bundle washing. Web. 1088,
EVP lniinrirn for dav work. Web.
BUNDLE washing w-.nted. Walnut
CURTAINS laundered; w'k guar. Har. 1130.
Colored lady wants day work. Har. 4406.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
YOU MEN WHO HIRE AND FIRE
Advertise for 'help" the ssmo way you
advertise to sell merchandise, and tba
difference In returns will surprise you.
The next time you need help call Tyler
1000. A trained and experienced ad
taker will asaist you In- preparing your
BILL CLERK. TYPIST... 150
2 BOYS. BANK 140-160
STOCK ROOM BOY 150
CLERK, (some Bkkpg. knowledge) .. .190
I STENOGRAPHERS 160-180-190
THE CANO AGENCY. Ol BEE BLDG,
STENOGRAPHER. 190-1130. Steno, lmplt
menta, 180. Ledger clerk, $76. Accountant
$150. Bookkeeper, $100. Price clerk and
typist. $75. Office clerk, $65. Office boy.
135-145. Office clerk. 160.
THE MARTI SERVICE, 1317 W. O. W. Bldg.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS Omaha
soon; men desiring government positions,
departmental, postofftce, railway mail.
customs, write for free particulars to J
C. Leonard (former government examiner)
624 Kenola Bldg., Washington.
WE WANT STENOGRAPHERS, BOOK
KEEPERS, CLERKS AND ALL KINDS
OF OFFICE HELP. SEE US AT ONCE
FOR A GOOD POSITION.
THE CANO AGENCY, 100 BEE BLDG,
WANTED Toung man. 22 to 25 yea a of
age, aa casnier ana oooaaeeper. u.i Ber
ing some experience In selling prof aired.
Good, steady position, juicou ine xauor,
211 S. l&th St
BOOKKEEPER. Council Bluffs. $100.
WESTERN REFERENCE BOND ASSN
BOOKKEEPERS. $150. $125, $100, $90. $85.
Steno.. 190. Typist $90. Office elk , $C0,
WATTS REF. CO.. 1131 1st National Bank.
High grade commercial positions. No filing
tee. Co-OperatWe Ref. Co.. 101S City Nat'L
TEusnaiRT office clerk. 190-tlOOv
WESTERN REFERENCE ft BOND A3S N
HELP WANTED MALE
Professions and Trades.
We can use a limited
number of men between
v 21 and 40 years of age as
Steady, healthful em
ployment. Must be physically
sound, of goodveharacter
and habits and come well
Apply in person at of
fice of superintendent of
transportation, Room 205,
second floor Merchants '
National Bank building.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS
STREET RAILWAY CO.
21 MEN AND BOYS
OVER II TEARS OF AGE,
WANTED AT ONCE. -
APPLT AT OFFICE
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT & AWNING CO.,
1601 HOWARD ST.
FEW GOOD T.IEN
STEADY WORK; CALL AT
MILL,' EAST OMAHA.
OMAHA-ALFALFA MILLING CO.,
EAST OMAHA. .
WANTED At once a harness maker over
draft age, capable ot running a Landta
machine. One that wants a steady Job
the year round. Please state wages
wanted. 612 CentralAve.. Fort PodgJ. Ia.
WANTED First class men tfT lay out sash
and doors and operate molder machines.
Also experienced bench men. Address Cen
tral Nebraska Mtllwork Co., Hastings,
MECHANIC WANTED Must be first class
repairman: wnlte or arrply in person.
v MANDEL AUTO REPAIR COMPANY,
NEW shop wants experienced tire repair
man; give full particulars aa to expertei.ee,
wages and employment Box 4362, Omaha
Wanted, top wages; no one afraid 'to
work to apply. Box Y 448 Omaha Bee.
WANTED Furniture handler or packer;
one with experience preferred. Apply
Orchard Wllhelm Co., 414-18 S. 16th St.
WANTED Experienced druggist. Must be
thorouhly competent. Address Bt. Jo
seph Drug Co., St. Joseph, Mo.
WANTED First-class druggist. Sherman A
McConnell Drug Co., general office, 2d
floor. 19th and Farnam St.
WANTED Ten carpenters, finishers; 66
cents per hour; new hotel. Franklin, Neb.
LEARN barber trade, low ratea now. Call
or write Barber College. 1124 Douglas 8t
EXPERIENCED scaler, $60 to $75.
WATTS REF. CO.. 1138 1st Nat'l Bank.
WANTED Experienced meat cutters. Apply
Washington Market, 1407 Douglas St.
WANTED A milker. Box
Neb., or Phone Cherry 652.
WANTED Upholsterer for furniture depsrt-
ment Box 41405 Bee.
MEN for factory work.
Nebraska ft Iowa
Steel Tank Co.
PAPER hangers wanted. Call Webster 133.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
BIG OPPORTUNITY FOR A FEW
GOOD SALESMEN WITH CLEAN REC
ORDS AND CREDENTIALS; EXPERI
ENCED IN SELLING STOCK. INSl'R
ANCB AND ADVERTISING. OUR
PROPOSITION 18 BACKED BT MOST
PROMINENT BUSINE8S MEN IN 40WA.
IF TOU ARE A $5,000 MAN TOU CAN
MAKE $10,000 ON TTIIS PROPOSITION;
CONDITIONS HERE ARE MOST PROS
PEROU8. ADVANCE ARTISTS ARE NOT
WANTED. FOR FURTHER INFORMA
TION WRITE OR COMB AT ONCE BE.
FORE TERRITORT IS ALL ASSIGNED.
W. E. LEVET. SALES DIRECTOR.
710-711 SECURITIES BLDG.
PES MOINES. IA.
WANTS P EXPERIENCED - SALESMEN
"FOR SILK DEPARTMENT. AL80 8EV
EP.AL SALESMEN FOR GROCERT DE
PARTMENT: STEADY POSITIONS AND
GOOD WAGES TO COMPETENT PEO
PLE. APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT.
Six stock salesmen to see stock in
a well established corporation.
G. H. LYNCH,
350 Omaha Nat'l.
MANAGER If you are capable of or
ganising and managing a sales force ot
from 10 to 20 men, get in touch with me.
-I will convince you that my proposition is
right and your Income will not bo less
than $6,000 per year. No stock Insursnce
or real estate nroDOsitlon. but a "wst
baby." Call or write H. E. Christian,
room I. third floor. Odd Fellowt Bldg,
Council Bluffs. Ia. Phone 626
SALESMAN WANTED by large house to
cover Iowa. Must be experienced in tne
sale of Paints.- Varnishes, etc. wltn i
previous successful selling record. Ap
pllcants-will please state experience, re
ference. and sslary expected. Good op
nortunltv to right party. Box T 459
Omaha Bee. ;
WE have an exceptional opening for a spe
cialty salesman, who la experienced in
aelllne- direct to the user and who la ca
j?able of appointing county agents. The
Kerrlhard Co., u nee mag., uroint
EXPERIENCED SALES PEOPLE IN
SHOE DEPARTMENT. PERMANENT
POSITIONS AND GOOD SALART. AP
PLY SUPERINTENDENT BRANDEIS
SIX STOCK SALESMEN TO SELL AN I
PER CENT PREFERRED PARTIdPAT
INO STOCK IN AN ENTERPRISE OF
MERIT NOW DOING BUSINESS; LIB
ERAL SALART, EXPENSES AND COM
THE CANO AGENCY, 101 BEE BLDG.
HELP WANTED MALE
Salesmen and Solicitors.
SALESMEN Men of ability and charade!
who can qualify on a real proposition, rne
demand for our commodity ts created ttf
tho government under the War Income
Tax Law. Our men are all sattafled with
their Income. Are you 7 Call or write H.
E. Chrlstlsn. Room I, third floor. Odd
Fellows Bldg., Council Bluffs, la. Phont
Agents and Canvasser
BUILD a business of your own: enjoy in
dependence: sell our 15.000 Health and Ac
cident Policy with $15 weekly benefit for
$10 yearly: you get all profits on yearly
renewals: write today. North American
Aecident Insurance Co., 809 Bonnell Bldg.,
Newark, N. J.
Learn in six weeks, no books; easy to
learn; rfree catalogue. .National Auto
School. 1814 N. 20th St., Omaha', Neb.
BOTH men and women to. learn the barber
trade. Special rates. Call or write 1402
TRI-CITY BARBER COLLEGE.
FOR BRIGHT BOY
WE HAvfi POSITIONS FOR A DOZES
BOYS FROM 16 TO 25 TEARS OLD. SEE
THE CANO AGENCY. 600 BEE BLDG.
OFFICE BOY, fine uptown office, $35-$4o.
TH E MARTI SERVICE, 1317 W. O. W. Bid.
WANTED Good office boy. Field-HamlN
ton -Smith Paper Co.. 1114 Harney.
25 FREIGHT HANDLERS; STEAD!
WORK; CAN USE 16 COLORED MEN
CHICAGO ft NORTHWESTERN P.AIL
WAT, HTH AND DAVENPORT STS.
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.,
AGE 21 TO 60, FOR GENERAL TART)
WORK, STEADY JOB FOR GOOD MEN,
APPLY TO TIMF,KEEPER,
UNION STOCK YARDS CO.,
Male and Female.
- open. Men and women
month. Write for list. Franklin Insti
tute. Dept. 232 C. Rochester. N, Y.
WANTED Man and wife to work on farm,
man to operate new Avery tractor, wife
to cook for 5 or 6 persons. Good wages.
Box 4298, Omaha Bee.
MOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladles to learn the bsrber trade. Call
or write for free catalogue, 110 S. 14th
8t. Omaha. Neb. '
Stores and Offices.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER wanted
for bank, located In county seat town ot
3,000 people, within 60 mllea of Omaha:
banking experience not necessary; salary
$76 to start and bonua amounting to $10
THE CHARLES E. WALTERS COMPANY.
1434 First National Ban:: Bldg. Omaha.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMNIATIONS In Oma
ha soon; women desiring clerkships, post
office, government departments, sten
ographers, write for free particulars to
J. C. Leonard (former government ex
aminer), 524 KenojsBldgJI'ashingJ .'
5 TYPISTS $TO-$50-$60-$75-$90 '
STENO. BKKPR., out of city..$S0-$90
6 STENOGRAPHERS $61-$75
ASSISTANT BILL CLERK $45-$50
3 FILE CLERKS $30 $35
THE CANO AGENCY. 600 BEE BI.DO.
WE WANT STENOGRAPHERS, BOOK
KEEPERS AND OFFICE HELP OF ALL
KINDS. SEE US QUICK FOR A GOOD
THE CANO AGENCY, 600 BEE BLDG.
TYPEWRITER OPERATOR. -50; . Steno..
$70; Steno., $65; Dictaphone Opr., $65;
Comptometer Opr.. $65; Offieo Clerk, $40( ft
THE MARTI SERVICE. 1317 W. O. W. Bid. r
STENOGRAPHERS, $90. $5. $76, $65, $50.
: Typist. $75. Steno and clerk, $60.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat'l Bank.
Stenographers and bookkeepers. See us for
' positions: no filing fee. Mrs. Spence, Mgr.
CO-OPERATIVE REF. CO., 1015 City Nat l.
WANTED An experienced stenographer.
Apply Washington Market, 1407 Douglas
STENOGRAPHER for Jaw office; state age,
experience, qualiflcamns and salary ex
pected. Box 4267. Omaha Bee.
WANTED 3 b-ight young women for clerl-
cal work In store. Phone Tyler 2206.
STENOGRAPHER, beginner, $50. '
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N.'
Professions an$ Trades.
' For hand work on -army supplies.
No experience necessary.
18c per hour 1st month.
19c per hour 2d month.
20c per hour thereafter.
ALBERT MATHER. FOREMAN. 1ST FL.
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT &
1501 Howard St.
THE .Nebraska Telephone company offers aa
exceptional opportunity to young ladles to
learn !ocai and longdistance telepbona
operating. Permanent positions, uppor
tunttles for advancement good. wage. A
aalary paid while learning.
Parerta desiring to scqualnt themseHei
with the working conditions or any otbe-4
details are apeclally Invited to accompto"
Apply to C F. Lambert, 1807,
. Douglas street.. -