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ALHAMBRA. 84TH AND PARKER
t FANNIE WARD, in
GRAND, 1TH AND BINNET
DAUGHTER OF M'GREGOR, with
VALENTINE GRANT, In
ROARINQ LION8 and WEDDINO BELLS."
Hippodrome; 25th and cumino
MARION MORRIS, In
j "A PORTRAIT."
NO. II, "VENGEANCE and the WOMAN."
aPOLLO, !TH AND LEAVENWORTH
JULIAN ELTINGE, in
THE WIDOW'S MIGHT"
-J- SPECIAL l-REEL COMEDT
ROHLFK, 2BC LEAVENWORTH
GEORGE BEB AN. in
"JULES OF THE STRONG
DUNDEE. flBT AND UNDERWOOD
GLADYS BROCKWELL, in
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
""Births John and Sophia Donusn. 2004 P
etreet, girl; Luther V. and Carrie Stafford,
IS3I X street, boy; John C. and Matilda
Mendereon, Eighteenth and Harrlcon streets,
boy Carl A. and Mary Larmon. SOOT Fowler
avenue, girl; Bernard A. and Clar E. Ken
nedy. hospital, glrli Angele and Crescenun
Tamburrana. 1410 Corby street girl; John
and Anna Hospodka, t!S South Twenty
first street boyi Georg and Annie Potrovee,
JJOI R . street, glrli Jon" and Barbara
Namy, Bouth Fifty-fourth street, boy,
Thomas and Mary Murray, :l South Right
enth street, girl; Louis and Roeenblat, 1446
North Twentieth street, boy; .tees M. and
iEva C. Faith, ltll North Thirty-second
itreet, girl; Emll and Vena Petorson, 111
Hickory street, girl.
DeathsJohn Rv Walsh, 45, Forty-fourth
nd 11 streets; Louis Dlmlo, !; hoslptal;
lame M. Calder, 44, hospital; Dorothy
Wengor. IS. 13U South Thirtieth street;
Emma Larson, 11. 421 Dorcas street; Emit
R K links, 40, hospital; Charles Buckley, 10,
hospital; Lucy Williams, 10. hospital; Paul L.
Ray, 43. 414 South Twenty-fourth; Imogen
D. Johnson, II, 1630 Chicsgo street: Mabell
Myers, 41, l01 North Seventeenth street;
Anna Stastndy, 10, hospital: Robert 'Thomp
son. SO. hospital: Frank, Holberg, 6B, HOI
South Thirty-first street; Mrs. Elisabeth
Caroline Slegl, SO, hospital; Daniel Dolaney,
" tl. r,,iindnH couDlt were Issued Uoenses
t wed: .
Name and Address.
Claus H. Dreesen, Omaha
Alwllta B. illller. Omaha
Jo Henderaon, Omaha ..... JJ
Ellen Carpenter, Omaha 11
C C. Wilson, Wesslngton Springs, S. D.. . It
Mlnnl Brown. Wesslngton Springs, S. D. II
Achlll Vannesl. Omaha ..7 J
Tony Petrsel, Omaha
Georg Scott, Omaha ..'...... ? Jl
Velma Hill. Omaha "
Frank Sasklewlcs. Omaha .............. IS
Anna Stepanek, Omaha
Paul F. Gutschewskl. Omsha IS
Frances Plechota. Ashton,- Neb... v. 81
Ths following building permits wer Issued
'"h-! Leary, i:il Stat street, addition,
tsno. Benson A Carmlchael, frame dwellings,
(014 Western avenue, 4,000; (011 Western
avenue. 13.100. A.- O. Gustofton. 3101 La
fayett avenue, frame dwelling, $5,500. Ben
son Carmlchael, frame dwellings, 4403
Mayberry avenue, IS.S00; 435S Wason street
11,500; 3330 Lafayette avenue, 13,100. John
Lof A Sons, 1S21 Cass street, repairs to
church, 14,000. Anna Anderson, 413S Flor
enr boulevard frsm dwelHjigi-JI4.IO).
DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICE
BOBEN'BAUM F.. aged SO years. April 4.
Services at Jioiiman funeral wrai
Saturday I p. m. '
Interment prlvat. Pleas omit flowers.
Th deceased Is survived by his wife
Mrs. Ida E. Rosenbaum, seven daughters,
Mrs. Frits Tteferman. Mrs. Hattle RotggU,
Mrs. Carl Stesvans Norfolk; Mxs. Richard
Htroble, Mrs. H. H. Larson, Mrs. L Toet,
Mis Helen Rosenbsum. Two sons. O. G.
and L. B. J., Omaha.
"TAVI.OR Emma J., wlf of Charle W.
Taylor. Died at local hospital Thursday,
April 4, 11. Mrs. Taylor is survives oy
her Husband and on son, II. O. Teller,
of f.lnrnln. and on daughter. Mr. D. T.
Bmlth and her father and mother, Mr.
and Un. IT' A. Tavlor of Omaha.
Funeral from Crosby's parlor, Hit
North 34th Kt, Saturday, April I, lilt,
at 19:30 a. m. Interment Forest Lawn
vVENGER Dorothy, beloved wlf of Carl
J. Wenger, Tuesday, April 2, aged IS
Funeral service Saturday, April I, at
S o'clock at the residence of her mother,
Mrs. Ruser, 240 North Fiftieth street
. Interment West Lawn cemetery. Friends
KNAPP Matilda, died at a local hospital
Thursday, April 4, age 73 years.
Remain will be shipped for burial to
Michigan City. Ind., on Friday evening,
: April i, from Hula tc JRiepen Undertake
, SPECIAL NOTICES
Attentlan-All members of Omaha and
South Omaha Woman's Benefit associa
tion of the Maccabees are requested to
meet st S6lli and Douglas Sis., to take
part in patriotic parade at 1:30 o m.
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STACK & FALCONER
Independent Undertakers. 24 A Hr. D. SS7.
E. L. DODDER CO., Funeral Directors.
F. L. Fero, Mgr., 23d and Cuming Sta.
Phone Douglas 077. Auto ambulance.
JOHN A. GENTLEMAN, undertaker and
embalmer. 3411 Farnam St. Harney 392,
flULSE A RIEPEN, undertakers and em
balmers, 701 S. Kth. Douglas 1220.
WEBT LAWN offers sympathetlo service In
sudden sorrow; perpetual care: no sssess
ments: lots on easy terms. Phone Wsl. 120.
"LEE L. LARMON
1114 Douglss St
LARGEST assortment of fresh flowers.
HENDERSON, 1519 FARNAM.
PARKER FLOWER SHOP, 411 a 11. P. 1103
ROGERS. Florist, 111 B. 14th. D. 1400,
BATH. National Florist 104 Farnam Bt
Flowers shipped vrywher. Exp. prepaid.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons having lost some article would
do well to call up the office of the Omaha
A Council Bluffs Streot Railway company
to ascertain whether they left It In the
Many articles each day ar turned In
and th company Is anxious to restore
them to th rightful owners.
W TOU los anything and will advertise It
her you will surely recover It If found
by an honest person. If you find any
thing of valu th honest way Is to ad
vertise for the owner.
LOST On eastbound Farnam car, near loth
St., ladles' black patent leather bag, con
taining eye-glasses, money end keys.
Finder return to 424 Omaha Nat'l Bank
Bldg. and recelv suitable reward.
LOST Between 14th and Farnam and Hay
dan's store, cameo brooch; reward. Web
. For Sale Miscellaneoeut
Furniture and Household Goods.
THCIUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF
FURNITURE, RUGS, STOVES, ETC.
Our Surplus Stock,
MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST.
Buy Now and Get First Choice.
Th choloest horn furnishings that
money can buy. We make a apeclalty of
complete horn outfits, also hotels and
rooming houses. Railroad far free to all
V out-of-town buyers within 10 mllcg of
xOmaha on pnrchases of 20 or more.
STATE FURNITURE CO.,
Tel. Doug. 1117. Cor. 14th and Dodg 8ts
Tou CyBuTTt L.1'". ii"8 s,,''l
FURNITURE A HARDWARE BARGAINS.
Beds, springs, mattresses, dressers, chl
fonlers, tables; chairs, china, and kitchen
cabinets, rugs and linoleum, trunks and
ault cases, gss stove and Ire boxes, full
line icreen wire, poultry netting, garden
tools, 1831-47 North 14th St. Tel. Web.
1n? flnaii till S t. m
BARGAINS IN STOVES AND FURNITURE.
Beds, springs, mattresses, oeaaing oi
kinds, tables, chairs, china and kitchen
cabinets, rugs and linoleum, 1)31-1847 N.
14th St. Webster ibot. upen m i i p. m
ACTUAL TRUTH FOR BARGAINS Full
line of furnltur. gss an cost on sioven,
rugs, baby carriages, trunks, eto, - Loyal
Furn, t:o., zia w.-isin
RUSH right down and get your shsre of all
kinds of furniture at a saenrics. u w. m,
FOR SALE Canvas porch swing. Colfax
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
A. liOSPE CO., 1513 Douglas, have planoa
to rent at 13.(0 per month, or win sen on
easy terms. ' '
W rent, repair, sell needles and parts
of all sewing machines.
NEBRASKA CTCLB CO.,
16th and Harney Sts. Doug, U.
Machinery and Engines.
FOR SALE Ou l-hors advance engine.
on Rumley aeparator i.xsa, run uou.
13 days; on Ottawa D cylinder shelter In
best of running order; tank wagon and all
appliances. Trie of eomplet outfit 13,400
for oulek sale. II. C. Bohlnok, Box 134,
Nurseries, Seeds and Plants."
.' GATE C1TT NURSERY AND BALES
st list and Burdetto. fust Una of fin
stock. Open Sundays. Thons office. Doug.
2050; residence, Wal. 1345. J. H. Marnette,
SEND 12 AND WE WILL SEND TOIT
250 Senator Dunlap and lu rrogres
slv Everbearing strawberry plants (post
sge prepaid). Catalog free. Welch Nursery,
PRETTY Rorky Mountain Perennial Flow-
era Columbines, etc., so piams, i; is -r
S. Poetpsld. D. Clcret Hualcd. Colo.
RED RIVER VARIETY,
CALL HARNEY 5787.
Store and Office Fixtures.
WE have moved to new location. W buy.
sell and mak desks, safes, showesse.
. shelving, etc. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co.,
8. W. Cor. )7th and Douglas, I). ZT.e.
Typewriters and Supplies.
FOR RENT Remington. Monarch and
Smith Premier typewriter. Sent nywher.
Rental supplies on purchases. Remington
Tvoewrlter Company, Nineteenth and
TVPEWR1TERS sold, rented and repaired,
Rent an Oliver I months for It. Central
Typewriter' Exchange, 1805 Farnam
WE buy. sell and exchange typewrlturs
guar, typewrltera 110 and up. Write for
list. Midland Typewriter Co.. 1404 Dodg.
BIO lot of "O. O. Spalding" aporting goods.
Mils, gloves, balls, bats and suits. Will
sell small or all parts. Dlslpay at 431 Pax-
ton Bk. Phone Doug. 4120, or apply i:i
South 14th St. .T. Vlnnlck.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feathers steamed,
r,n,.ua ,l mnA n a a ,n in a f..har.
proof ticking. 1007 Cuming. Doug. 348T.
FENCE POSTS On carload dry split mul-
berry- fenc poets, average 3-lnca lac.
Ho each F. O. B. car. Presrott Btav and
Heading Co. Saratoga. Tex. w
t FT. showcase, wallcase, shelving, steam
table, restaurant table. 1226 Cuming St
"ECONOMIZE IN WAR TIME. .
Trad those articles of furniture, cloth
ing, personal belongings, etc., that ypn
hav no need of. Get something yon can
use. . .
Special rat for ad In Swappers' Column
i5c for 3-lln adv. I days and So per
answer for all letters received.
Business ad regular rates. '
HARLEY DAVIDSON . motorcycle. 1911
model. Eectrlo .equipped; good a new;
trad for diamonds or cash. C. P. Hamll
ton. Box 71. Glenwood, la.
FOR TRADE Clear. Improved lot in
omahs View dlstrlrt to trad fr car.
Box 1114. Omaha Be.
WANTED TO BUY
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used deeks bought sold and
traded. J. C. Red. 1201 Farnam.JX 6144.
THB NEBRAKAnr-uWlTURrTCO. WILL
PAY YOU THB HIGHEST PRICE FOR
FURN., STOVES, CARPETS. Doug. 1713.
ACCORDEON, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating covered buttons, all sizes snd
styles: hemstitching, pleot edging, eye
let cut work, button holes, pennants.
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO.,
SOO-308 Brown Bldg; Jjouglas 1036.
HEMSTITCHING. PLEATING. BUTTONS.
O. U. VanArnam Pleating Co.
334-7 Paxlon Block. Phone Doug, 3109.
AWNINGS AND PORCH FURNITURE.
Auto touring tent and camping supplies.
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT A AWNINO CO.
LABELLB Bath Institute; electrl and plain
batns; massag or au mnua; nper.
tendanU. 1604 Harney. Douglaa 7041.
MASSEUSE, baths, manicuring, physical
ult. Miss Walker, 324 Nevlll bik:
Brass and Iron Founderies.
Paxton-Mltchell Co.. 27th and Martha Sts
Prlvat tables for parties at Holmes'.
Carpenters and Contractors.
LESSARD A HON, 2021 Cuming. Ty. 1433.
Baggage and Express.
REPUBLIC AUTO EXPRESS COMPANY
wilt haul everything for you. racnagea
lens than 20 lbs., 16 cents. Doug. 463.
THE ONLY WArVugKf
THE OMAHA TRANSFER CO.
Dr. J. C. Lswrence, Balrd Bldg.
Taft'a Dent. Rms 308 Rose Bldg. D. 2188.
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bldg.
JAMES ALLAN, sfFNevTlie Blk. Evidence
secured In all esses. Tywr lias.
DRESSMAKING By day; work guaranteed.
Tyler 2004 W.
DRESSMAKING, Miss Sturdy. Douglss 6306,
WEST A SUTTON.
Plsno, household moving; llv stock
hauled. D, 8720. .1608 Cass St.
FILMS developed; rolls, 10c; packs, 15c,
one-day service. Kase Studio, Nevlll Bik.,
18th and Harney.
Fixtures and Wiring.
nTTpTfVf Klectrlo washing machine,
J U IVrVli'l eicttrlo Irons and reading
lamps. 2323 Cuming St. Doug. 2511.
Furniture and Repairing.
PIANO and furniture repairing and reflnlsh
lng. The Stsnford Co., 1113 Har. D, 8443,
11-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1811,
Omaha Towel Supply, 307 8. 11th. T. 623.
LJlt.lUJVilJO privilege to buy back
at small profit. GROSS, 402 N. lfith St.
Lumber and Building Material.
SAVE HALF on beams, columns, brick. H.
Gross Lumber and Wreck. Co. Web. 2884.
fistula and other rectsl diseases
cured without surglcsl operation. Cure
guaranteed. Write for book on rectal dis
eases with testimonials.
DR. E. R. TARRY, 240 Be Bldg., Omaha.
i DR. MABLE WESSON.
814 Brandels Bldg. T. 2040. Res. 4741.
EXPERT WELDING OF ALL METAL.
It. W. LEVERING, J0 S. 12th St. D. 1571.
STURGES & STURUES. U. 8. and foreign
pstents snd trsdemarks. 830 Bee Bldg.
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Inter
national Patent Co., 683 Brandels. D. 4401.
Printing and Office Supplies.
Water-Bsrnhsrt Ptg. Co.. 524 S.. 13th St.
Piano Tuning and Repairing.
W. R. Dalbey, piano tuner. Douglas 0207.
QUALITT RUG CLEANERS.
Scientific Olive Oil Wasfttag.
I Psrslan Rug Cleaning Co., 8267 Farnam.
BARGAINS. 1211 Farnam.
J. J. Derlght Safe Co.
Diedrlck. P. L. il( S. 20th. Tailor. D. 2433.
, CLECO COMFORT TRUSSES.
Fitted Perfectly by Experts.
Th W. O. Cleveland Co., 1410-13 Harney St.
WEDDING annuunoeinenta and printing.
Douglas Printing Co., Tel. Douglss 044.
RESTAURANT IN DES MOINES, IOWA.
Newly equipped, up-to-date place, good
downtown location, on car line to Camp
Dodg. Will sell reasonable. Address
I W. SCELLARS. MASON CITY, I A.
FOR SALE 160 Acre oil lease, west of
Muskogee. Okl 15-bsrrel settled produc
tion. Tsnks, tank house, pumping outfit,
all complete, price 133,000 net Oil selling
to tank lines at 13.40 barrel. A fin bar
gain. Owner going to France. Box 868,
DRUGGISTS, ATTENTION Being drafted,
will sell on of th best paying Rexall
Stores In central lowa at lump or In
voice. Turned stock three times Isst yesr.
Did 130,009 business. Writ at once, car
Box Y 481, omana nee.
FOR Immediate Sale The Stockman. Wood
Lake, Neb., power plant, well equipped,
- an new offic building. A bargain for the
man who can act quickly. Wire or write,
Elmer L. Howon, vtooa n-o
... . r o . . i.' . t . k in southwestern
lows, Cssh business I1T.600 per yeajvjn-
VOlC (bout SS.OO. uooa iu-iuw
population. . Answr Bog Y 480, Omaha
FOR SALE BLACKSMITH SHOP. EXCEL
LENT LOCATION. A 8NAP IF TAKEN
i AT ONCE. C. IL JENSEN, CORNLEA,
v n .
GOOD opening at Laird. Colo- Yuma county,
for Physician and Druggist combined. Cail
or write A. L. Long. Laird, Colo.
DRUG store for sal. Part cash. Sales
118,000 vear. Hecker s Pharmacy. Hum
nhrer- . ,
RESTAURANT for sale In Marshalltown, la.,
best buy In city, doing fine business; rea
son for selling, leaving city. Write H. A.
Urblne, 611 E. Church St., Marshalltown,
FOR SALE Wholesale and retail bakery In
south central Iowa town of 8,000. One
of th best shipping points tn th Stat.
Address Box Y 470, Omaha Bee.
MOTION pictusa machine bargains, new and
robullt, fullyv guaranteed. All supplies.
Omaha Film Exchange, 108 8. 14th St.
RESTAURANT Soft drinks for sale. Fine
buslneKs. G. Romstedt, 802 S. 13th. Omaha.
GUARANTY locate you any line business
any state. F. V. Knlest, He Bid., Omaha.
BARBKll shop. pool, soft drink for sale. T.
Sullivan, 4827 S. 24th, Omaha.
22 ROOMS, 1608 ft Cass Filled', ateady
rnnmers. modern, reason for selling, terms.
Standard Motor Car Co.
Used Cars of Superior
Make your selection from one of
1917 Allen roadster t 500
Three 1917 Aliens, each 660
One new Mitchell Light Six Sedan.. 1,250
On Overland truck 350
One Kelly Springfield truck 650
Special size tires.
Two new 37x4 casings at H pries.
STANDARD MOTOR CO.
1020 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
Wrecked and leaky radiators repaired
and rebuilt'; large atock used radiators
on hand. Mashed fenders and lamps re
paired like' new. Highest prices paid for
OMAHA RADIATOR, TIRE A AUTO
1811 Cuming St. Omaha, Neb.
Fords, Maxwells, Overlands, Bulcks,
Chsvrolets and Saxons. All in A-l condi
tion. Meeks Auto Co., new location. Mid
dle State Garage, 2028 Farnam St., Doug
BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
All makes. With and without starters.
25 to pick from. Phone D. 2914 or call
at 1519 Davenport.
BOYLAN AUTO CO.
ALL kinds of cars for hire, with or wlth
out driver, by the mile or by the hour.
Fords, 10c per mile. Douglas 7390. Ne
braska Service Garage.
QUALITY USED CARS.
W have the best bargains. Sea us st
once. Harney 871. Fsrnam and 25th Ave.
KELSEY "Streamline" body makes old Ford
new. Sol. 8. Goldstrom Co. distributor,
2867 Farnam street Telephone Harney
CUMING GARAGE, 2415 Cuming St D.
2832. Storage, day and night aervlce,
carbon burning, welding, general auto re
pairing. QUALITY USED CARS.
VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILE CO.,
2406 LEAVENWORTH ST.
TODAY'S BEST BUY.
1917 BUICK SIX.
AUTO PARTSCO.,2105 J'arnam.
BARGAINS- IN USED FORD CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co.
15th snd Jackson. Ford Agents. Doug, 3500.
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. SMITH.
16th and Farnam Sts. Douglas 1970.
WE ARB THE USED CAR MEN.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
1910Farnam St. Douglas 1070.
FOR SALE One-ton Maxwell truck: run
less than 2,000 miles. All tn tip-top shape.
Box Y 483, Omaha Bee.
BARGAINS In used cars.
ORR MOTOR SALES CO.,
40th and Farnam. Harney 414.
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH. 100 USED
CARS; quick action; no delay. Auto Ex
change Co., 2059 Fsrnam St. Doug. 6035.
NEW Ford cars for sale, monthly payments
if desired. Answer strictly confidential.
Box No. 3595 Bee Publishing Co.
OAKLAND, Sensible Six.
MAitSH OAKUA1S11 W.,
3300 Farnam St.
BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED.
Ever Ready Battery Station, 1206 Farnam.
WANTED Best late model car that can be
bought around 8800 cash; must be a bar
gain; give full description and lowest cssh
price. Deal only with owner. Box 4317.
Auto Repairing dajnting.
EDWARDS, E. 8.. 2616 19th St. Web
ster 1102. For the best results with repair
work consult us.
Starters and Generators Repaired.
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE CO. '
Anvthlng electrical about your auto.
816 8. 19th St. Douglaa 6483,-
Tires and Supplies.
VTe will sav you 60 per cent on your
tlr bill. Tubes vulcanised. 6c; casmgs.
60c up. Trsd your old tires for new
ones. New second-hand, rebuilt, rellned,
retread and' double tread tires, vulcanised
and stitched, and Two-In-One tires for
sale. U. S. Vulranliers for ssle. U. S.
Vulvsnlier Co., Branch No. 16, 320 So.
13th St., Omaha.
ONE HALF PRICE.
3000 Miles Gusranteed.
Sx3 17.75; S0x3'i 38.75; 32x3'4 110.25;
33x4 $12.35; 34x4 313.25: 35x44 115.50,
Write us today for particulars.
AGENTS WANTED. i
Expert Radiator and Tire Repairing
"2 IN 1" VULCANIZING CO.,
1516 Davenport St. Omaha. D. 2914.
80x3 1 1 45
30x3 4 11 90
J.noo. Mile Guarantee.
THE TIRE SHOP,'
1511 Farnam St. Douglas 4178.
Snrcial Sale of Tires.
S0x3 ..I 9.90
Also Used Cars st low price.
O. AND O. TIRE CO.,
Thone Tyler 12tl-W. 2415 Leavenworth.
TIRES AT HALF TRICE. ALL SIZES.
NEW SOxS Firestone. 18.00; Ford tubes,
... vpnf ?r,n-ftUM PlrMtAnM. 113.
KAIMAN S TIRE JOBBER. 1721 CUMING,
TIRE price wreckers. This Is no 2-ln-l tlr.
COMBINATION TlKtu rauuni,
433 S, 13th, Agts wsnted. Omaha. Neb.
BUY Leo puncture-proof pneuinatlo tiree and
eliminate your tlr trouoie. i-oweu supply
Co.. 2051 Farnam M. '
Auto Livery and Garages.
RENT A FORD DRIVE IT YOURSELF.
10c a mile, 35a per hour minimum charge.
(EXCEPT sunaays ana nouuaya.
FORD LIVERY CO.,
Douglas 3623. .1114 Howard St
Motorcycle and Bicycles
HARLEY- DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos, th Motorcycl Msn, 27th and Ley
THE Salvation Army Industrial Home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, maga
zines. We collect. We distribute. Phone
.Doug. 4125 and-our wagon will call. Call
Sad Inspect our new home. 1110-1112-1114
LA BELLE BATH INSTITUTE, electric and
plain baths; massage of all kinds; new
attendants, 1506 Harney St. Douglas 7046
OMAHA Bath Inst Electric, steam or tub
baths, massages of all kinds. 228 Neville
Blk. Doug. 7381. 16th and Harne? Sts.
MISS ALLEN, massage, facial and scalp
treatments. 1802 Farnam St. Room 2.
MISS FISHER, sulphur, steam baths and
massage. 379 Bran. Thea. Bldg. D. 1559.
MAE BRUG.MAN, scientific masseuse and
baths. 202 Karbach Blk. Red 2727.
PRIVATE licensed maternity home. 4416 N.
38th St. Phone Colfax 2042.
Manicuring and mass. 1623 Farnam. R. 19.
MISS WEST, manicure, mass. 210 N. 17th
E. BROTT, massage. 702 8. 18th. D. 9526.
SCIENTIFIC mass. 618 Paxton Blk, D. 6372.
WHY SUFFER 1 Latest and most-Scientific
Treatment for AU Diseases. Dr. Charle
Barnes, 613-22 Securities Bldg. Examina
tion and Consultation Free. He I reliev
ing thousands. WHY. NOT YOUT Delay
are dangerous. If you can't call, write.
Hours: 9 a. m. to 6 psi., 7:30 to 8:30
evenings. Sunday, 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
RUPTURE successfully treated without a
surgical operation. Call or write. Dr.
Frank H. Wray. 306 Bee Bldg.
WANTED POSITION AS CASHIER IN
BANK. WITH INVESTMENT OF 110.000
VTO 115,000, BY YOUNG MARRIED MAN
OVER DRAFT AGE. TWELVE YEARS
BANKING EXPERIENCE. WOULD
CONSIDER ORGANIZATION' OF NEW
BANK WITH RELIABLE PARTIES.
BOX Y-486, OMAHA BEE.
WANTED Young man under draft age
wishes to learn banking business. Might
consider position in some business house
with chance for advancement. Business
education. References. State salary. Ad
dress Box 260, Grand Island, Neb.
SALESMAN, Al, with own car, for Nebraska
industries; alert, responsible, for ap
pointment phone Room 124, Henshaw
Hotel, 10 to 12 a. m. and 1:30 to 2 p. m.,
PAPERHANGING. wood finishing, exterior
painting; best work. Prices right. L. P.
Murdock, Phone Harney 1849.
EXPERIENCED Ice machine operator wants
position April 15. Write Lock Box 464,
YOUNG man wants position to drive Ford
truck. Call Tyler 2157 and ask for Mr.
ELECTRIC carpet cleaning; window and
paper cleaning. Best references. Ty. nw.
YOUNG man wants Job as chauffeur; 8 yrs.
exp.; good ref. Dg. 376. Ask for No. 1.
MAN wants housecleanlng. 2119 Seward St,
Phone Webster 6194.
EXPERIENCED carpenter wanls work.
DRESSMAKING Kelster Sewing school
graduate wishes to sew with dressmaker.
Write to Box 63, Roscoe, Neb. '
PLACE wanted as housemaid or care of
Invalid by an experienced colored lady.
Box 4568, Omaha Bee.
TYPEWRITING at home, Exp. typist. Ty.
Laundry and Day Work.
WASHING Rough, dry or finished: blsckets
and curtain speciaUy; oft water, vtai.
WASHINGS to bring home. 32d and Far-
'nam district. Harney 3377. -
LAUNDRY and day work wanted. Harney
EXPERIENCED colored woman wants day
work. Webster 6971.
FIRST class laundry day work.. Webster
FAMILY washing, rough or finished blankets
snd curtain specialty, walnut
COLORED lady with ref. wants plac 1 or
4 days eacn weeK. weosier uti
BUNDLE '.vathlng to take home; work
guaranteed. Webster 4309.
Exp. lady want housecleanlng and laanf.ry.
BUNDLE washing, rough dry and finished.
CURTAINS laundered: w'k guar. Har. 1130.
EXP, laundress for day work. Web. 1867,
DAY work and bundle washing. Web. 1088.
PAY w'k. Mrs. Qladney. D. 7948 after 6 p. m.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores -and Offices.
YOU MEN WHO HIRE AND FIRE
Advertise for "help" the same way you
advertise to sell merchandise, and th
dlffercnc In returns will surprise you.
The next time you need help call Tyler
1000. A trained and experienced ad-
taker will assist you In preparing your
WANTED A young man. about 18 or 20
years of age, neat appearance and pleas
ing personality; experience not neces
sary but must not be afraid to talk. If
you are looking for an opening with a
splendid future, bcre is your chance; If
you are In the habit of Jumping from
on place to another, don't answer this
ad. W have this opening, but we must
have a sticker. It you think you can
deliver th goods,-address Box 4517, Oma
ha Bes. m
WANTED Private secrctsry for banker In
town of 2.000. northeast Nebraska. Must
be stenographer, and have knowledge of
farm loans, leases, and legal papers.
Salary 190 If worth It.
-THE CHARLES E. WALTERS COMPANY
"Th Bank Position Specialists.
142-30 First National Bank Bldg., Omaha
Wi ANTED Assistant superintendent mo
lasses alfalfa horso and mule feed mill.
Golden Grain Milling Co., East St. Louis,
III. None but, experienced need answer.
WANTED Registered druggist to work In
prescription dept. peaion urug io.
WANTEDJ-Experlenced atenographer and
general office clerk; best of wages and
permanent position for competent ,help.
Council Bluffs Remedy Co. Phon' Red
THE CANO AlitM li H-.c vijiixt
.FILE CLERK 40
10 STENOGRAPHERS .140-175
THE CANO AGENCY. 600 BElj BLDG.
BOOKKEEPER, 1125; Shipping Clerk, 175;
Cashier, 180: Office Clerks' 150 to 80.
WATTS REF. CO.. 1138 1st Nat'l. Bank.
USE OUR DEPENDABLE SERVICE In se
curing a position.
THB MARTI SERVICE, 111 W. O. W. Bid.
WANTED Exceptonally bright young man;
prefer on well educated, for work In a
wholesale house, rnon yier ..us.
GENERAL office clerk. $85.
WESTERN REFERENCE A BOND ASSN.
Ptofessions and Trades.
WANTED At- once, first-class shoemaker;
must be able to eperate modern machin
ery; 131 per week and percentage to
right man. Ideal Shoe Repair Co., Sioux
City. la. 5
SHEAR man for scrap Iron yard; steady
work; out of town. Box Y 433, Omaha Bee.
HELP WANTED MALE
Professions and Trades.
WANTED First-class wagon
blacksmiths and finishers, also
automobile painters. Andrew
Murphy & Son.
We can use a limited
nun ber of men between
21 and 40 years of age as
Steady, healthful em
ployment. Must be physically
sound, of good character
Mid 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.
steady work and high
est wages to competent
men; attractive hours;
can also use a two
thlrder. Writ or wire.
The Thos. Murphy
Co., Red Oak, la.
Experienced cooks . for boarding outfit
work, on Union Pacifie. Good conditions
and steady work for competent men. Wife
can accompany cook; no children. Apply
to office of Mr. P. G. Ellis, supervisor
boarding outfits, Room' 8, U. P. Com.
mtssary. 11th and Leavenworth Sts.
WANTED SEVERAL EXPERIENCED
MEAT CUTTERS. APPLY MANAGER
MEAT DEPARTMENT, HAYDEN BROS.
WANTED First-clsss automobll mechan
ics; good sRlajy and - steady work --for
right men; state age, experience, quali
fications, references In first Utter; booze
fighters need not apply. 19 ley Motor
Co., Sheridan, Wyo.
WANTED AT ONCE GOOD SHOH MAK
ER; GOOD WAGES. WRITE OR WIRE
AT MY EXPENSE. S. J. OLIVERIUS,
3 GOOD CARPENTERS, 60 cents per hour;
take 24th St. South -Omaha car to T
street, walk i blocks west to railroad
2 or 1 steady married men who llv In
OMAHA BOX CO.,
WANTED First-class carriage and auto 1
painter at once; steady work at Is for 9-;
hour day. wire me at my expense, tl
Fott, Sheridan. Wyo,
PRINTERS WANTED One linotype opera
tor, one Job compositor, one pressman.
Highest wages. Daily News. Newton. la.
WANTED Automobile painter. Must b
good finisher. Address John Kinqulst,
Sioux City. Ia.
WANTED First class tire repair man.
Burk Tlr A Mfg. Co., 407 6th St., Sioux
City. Ia. '
EXPERIENCED FURNITURE UPSETTER
WANTED. APPLY ORCHARD & WIL-'
BARBER WANTED Good guarantee for j
rignx man. uucaeit m vtai-er, ureeiy,
EXPERIENCED automobile shop men. Ap
ply to foreman. Pelton'a Garage, 2305
LEARN barber trade, low rates now. Call
or writ Barber Colleg. 1134 Douglss Bt
WANTED Upholsterer for furnltur depart
ment Box 41405 Bee.
WANTED Gordon press feeder. Eggerss
. O'Flyng Co., 15th and Leavenworth Sts.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
A HIGH GRADE SALESMAN
for North Central lews, to sell a HIGH
GRADE SPECIALTY the OLDEST,
LARGEST and BEST line of Its kind IN
THE WORLD. Personal Interview may
be arranged by telephoning Saturday
morning. April 6th, to J. W. Burrows,
Fontanelle Hotel, Omaha.
WANTED Young man to leave the
city at once; experience unneces
sary; salary and expenses or com
mission. Call at Taxton hotel, 9:30
to 11:30 a. m. today.. Ask for Mr.
WANTED A good. . steady, gentlemanly
salesman to handle a Ward' wagon In
Douglas county; no experience needed.
For full particulars writ promptly to Dr.
Ward' Medical Company, Winona, Minn.
Established 1856. - -
TRAVELING salesman, staple line. 1100.
WESTERN REFERENCE A WQND ASS'N.
WANTED Men to learn flying motor me
chanics aeroplane construction. Wonderful
demand In government and civilian service.
New U. 8. mall route starting this month.
Pilot's license guaranteed. Ample time to
eomplet her befor w fly In our north
ern fields. New York to Chicago. Investi
gate at one. Moler Aviation School, Pablo
Beach, Fla., 21 minute from Jacksonville
HELP WANTED MALE
or 3 strons boys who live at home, 11.7S
OMAHA BOX CO
EAST OMAHA. S
OFFICE boy wapted by old estab
lished firm; good chance for ad
vancement. Call Tyler 2700.
BOYS wanted; must be over 16 years of
age. Good pay to start with. GORDON
LAWLESS CO., 8th & Dodge Sts.
BOY Wanted Douglas Printing Co., 109 N.
Hotels and Restaurants.
GOOD handy man for kitchen. Flatlron
MEN TO UNLOAD COAL.
BY THE TON.
SUNDERLAND BROS. CO.
SOUTH YARDS, 20TH AND HICKORY ST.
WEST YARDS, 4 2D AND IZARD BT.
NORTH YARDS, .1TH AND BELT LINE.
AND WAGON HELPERS.
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO..
ADAMS EXPRESS CO..
Jl FREIGHT HANDLERS; 8TEAD1
WORK; CAN USB II COLORED MEN
CHICAGO A NORTHWESTERN RAIL
WAT, 14TH AND DAVENPORT STS.
25 MEN WANTED
' AT THB LUX tS PLANT
APPLY BOTTLING DEPARTMENT,
FRED KRUO PRODUCTS CO.,
25TH AND VINTON BTS.
AGS tl TO 60, FOR GENERAL YARD
WORK; STEADY JOB FOR GOOD MEN.
APPLY TO TIMEKEEPER,
. UNION STOCK YARDS CO,
YARD MEN AND TEAMSTERS.
Good pay and steady work. Carl if
UPDIKE LUMBER AND COAL OO
- Good steady man for delivery wagnnt
will pay 180 to $100 a month; can us
active men up to 60 years old. Apply
2605 LEAVENWORTH ST.
Laborer wanted to unload coal; Union
Fuel Co.; good wages; 1707 8. 10th Bt
and 30th and Grand Ave.
WANTED Registered pharmaclat; write
Immediately to H. R. Olds, phsrmacy.
FREE JOB No offic fee. Apply at 322
S. 10th St.
WANTED Porter; eoa-that knows how
to work. Owl Drug Co., 16th and Farnam.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladies snd boys, learn
barber trade; big demand;, wages while
learning: strictly modern. Call or write
1402 Dodge St. Tri-Clty Barber College.
Phone D. 2147. .
MOLER Barber College wants young men
' and ladies to learn the barber trade. Call
or write for free catalogue, 110 S. 14th
St., Omaha, Neb.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Men, women,
government war positions, $100 month.
Write for list. Franklin Institute, DepU
232 D, Rochester, N. Y.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
STENOGRAPHERS. $50 to $76; Bookkeep
ers. $50 to 190;J3kkpr. and Typist, $66 to
$76: Bill Clerk, $65; File Clerk, $40.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat'l. Bank.
STENO., $76; Steno. (auto). 165; Steno.. $u0;
Blller, $65; Typist, $50; File Clk., $40. No)
filing fee. Co-Operative Ref. Co., 1015
WANTED Exceptionally bright young
women for saleswomen In store. Phone
STENOGRAPHER, small offlee, $60.
WE8TERN REFERENCE ft BOND ASS'N.
WANTED Office girl. Apply Union Out
fittitig Co. -
Professions and Trades.
THE Nebraska Telephone company offers an
exceptional opportunity to young ladles to
learn local and long distance telephone
operating. Permanent positions, oppor
tunities for advancement good wages. A
salary paid while learning.
Parents desiring to scqualnt themselves
with the working conditions or any other
details are specially tnvtted to accompany
Apply to C'-F. Lambert, 1807
WANTED A lady masseuse at the LaBe.";
Bath Institute. 1506 Harney. Doug. 70 J
GIRLS WANTED To nv,' steady worfcj
good pay., .907 Leavenroth Et
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