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Park Office i16 Leavenworth Bt.
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South Side :1! N Ht.
Council Bluffs ..14 Main Bt., North
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, . MOVIE PROGRAM
UKANC, ' 16TH AND UINNUY
PEGGY 1IYLAND. in
' "THE DEBT OF HONOR"
IIIPPOIJHOM H, 24T1I AND (JUMINO
ELLA HALL, in
"NEW LOVE FOR OLD"
ALHAMURA, 24'1'H AND FARKUK
J. BARNEY SHERRY, in
IDBAU 1ITH AND DOKCA8
AIL STAB CABT. in
"TWO MEN AND A WOMAN"
prtXlB RHODES COMKPT
APOLLO, 28TH AND LWAYEN WORTH
TOM MOORB and
i HAZEL DAI.Y, In
"BROWN OF HARVARD"
itOHLFF. Hi LEAVENWORTH
MARY MILES M1NTER, in
"BEAUTY AND THE ROGUE
DUNDKkl. iiwi AND VNDKRWOOB
VIVIAN MARTIN, in
THE FORBIDDEN PATH"
DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICE
?LAU8EN Dalay E., wife "of B. N. I'lauienl
at local hospital, Uonday. April i:J. ll.
Mra. Clausen Is survlvrd by her hu
band and infant son, her Xuthnr and
mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Philip, of
Omaha l one sister,, Mrl. U. O. Lake, Mor
Funeral from Crosby's Parlor, S611
.North 14th fit., Thursday, April 2D, HMD,
at t p. m. Interment, West Lawn cetue
tery. Bt-Rkk, Mrs. Patrick, formerly Anna
Shannon, only sister of Owns Uliannon,
burled only two weeks ago. Uha Is
survived by one -sister. Mrs. P. 11. Cos
grove of Burllngame, Cal.j two brothore,
Thomas of Omaha, Luko of Milwaukee.
Notice of funeral later.
' The funeral of Albert M. Clark will
be held at the Hirst Memorial M. K.
church, 14th and Larlraora Ave., Friday,
April St, at 1:10 p. tn. Interment at
Prospect Hill cemetery. Friends ot the
The following; persons wore granted
licenses to wed:
Name andeAealdence. Age.
'Arthur Be yet on. Omaha 14
Margaret Yearnshaw, "Carteton, Neb..., 21
Frank P. Moffltt, Omaha over 11
Myrtle Snyder, Shenandoah, la over 18
Jack F. Rink, Council Bluffs, la over 11
Klla Lareen, Council Bluffs, la.,., ..over II
I). Raymond Corley, Omaha ............ II
A lrginla C Kalteler, Omaha over II
Maarlct R. Smith, Council Bluffs, Ia... St
Pearlo Coyle, Council Bluffs, la 18
Roy J. Barchus, Clarlnda, la.. 89
Ittte Brawn, Clarlnda, Ia It
William B. Davis, jr., Omaha II
Abblo V. Young, Omaha ,. II
Albert J. Stenick, Omaha 14
Olive Doty, Bloomtleld , II
Jahe B. Gibson. Blair, Neb II
, Leon Bothwell, Washington, Neb II
Out Vlenaa, Omaha' ., 21
Alio Clark, Omaha 10
Edward W. Acyrlgg, Camp Devens, Mass. li
Janet E. Hall, Omaha it,
William C. Vogel, Randolph, Ia tl
Kdlttt May John-ton, Malvern, Ia II
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" BUILDING PERMITS.
The following building permit was Issued
K. T. Lorlg, S11I-S0 N street, repalra,
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births Cenek and lima llrablk, South
' Side, girl; William L. and Myrtle Ander
eoa, hospltsl, girl; John H. and Violet Mc
Cullough, 111 Brown street, boy; John T.
and Sarah O. Mullen, 1211 South Twenty
first atreet, boy; Dally R. and Myrtle Bry.
-ant, 1414 Larlmore avenue, girl; Z. and
Rosa, Rives, 1111 North Sixteenth street,
!rl; Emit H. and Ella Raschke, 120 South
Thirty-sixth street, girl; Nels and tienevleve
- lenses, 1010 Cottage Grove avenue, boy; P,
ft and Lillian M. Glaaeburn, 4480 Bedford
avenue, boy; Max and Busale Slreff, U0
North Twenty-fourth street, boy; Arthur K,
end Cora P. Hall. 1017 Bart atreet, boy;
Charles R. and Grace N. Conner, 111! Pratt
treat, boy; Walter J. and Nettle Bell. 4.01
Miami street, girl; Qlovannlno and Anna La
Zlrece, nil Pierce atreet, boy; Nlcodemut
and Suffela AgoeUno. 1040 South Twenty-
teeend atreet, girl; Lverlano and Sebaatlana
Costsntlno, 1411 South Fourth street, boy.
Deaths H. i, Barrett, II. Conant build
ings Joseph B. Koeb, 41, 1420 South Nine,
teeath atrtot; William Patrick Ryan, 33,
HIT South Forty-first street; Mrs. Lotha
& Bonder, 41, till South Twenty-third
street; WUma Perry 1 days. 2006 J street;
Franco Bums. month, 4711 South Twen
tieth street; Alice Dietrich, I, Nineteenth
an. Harrison atrtota; Edith F. Maloney, 11,
hospital; Maria Stelnle, aa, 1127 Nicholas
t'jiwlTAKEBI and licensed embalmers,
ahw private ambulance. Call WebaUr 47.
Willis C. Crosby, 111! N. Hth Bt
IOHN A. GENTLEMAN, underuker and
embalmerMll Farnam St Harney III.
Buf,SE A RIEPEN, undertakers and em
Jalmers. TBI a 16th. Douglas 1221.
STACK & FALCONM"
Indepandent Undertakers, 14 & Har. D 117.
L. DODDER CO., Funeral DlrectoriT
F. U Fero, Mgr., lid and Cuming Sts.
?hont Douglas 177, Auto ambulance.
LEE L. LARMON
1S14 DouKlas St.
LAHUKHT ansorlmcnt ot fresh flowers.
HENDERSON, 1519 FARNAM.
PAitKKK F"X)WK'R b'h'oP, 411 S. 1. D. 2102
KOtJKH.S, Florist, 319 H."!?.-!). 8400.
HATH, NatloiiHl Florist, 1H04 Karnam Ht.
1B22 II A H.N KY.
Flowers shipped everywhere. Eip. prepaid
OMAHA COUNCIL HUIKFH STREET
Persons having Inst some article would
do well to rail up the office of the Omaha
& Council Bluffs Street Hallway eomimny
to ascertain whether they left It In the
Many articles each day are turned In
and the company Is anxious to restore
tliem f the rlKhtftll nwnere.
IF YOU lose anything and will advertise It
here you will surely recover It If found
by an honnst person. It you find any
thing of valus the honest way Is to sd
vertlse for the owner.
LOST Blaok traveling bag between Sanford
hotel and Neb. Telephone Uldg. ; contained
clothing and silverware; also lntters. Fin
dor rluane nltlfy L. U. Hamilton, Craig,
LOST Sunday afiernoon boy's maoklnaw
en route from Fort Omaha to 41st and
f'aas. Reward. Tel. Walnut 12B6,
LOST Black velvet beaded pocket bonk, In
School for Deaf car. Call Walnut 3111.
LOST Piper Ilelilalck tobacco pouch con
taining money, li reward. Colfax 3074.
WEST LAWN offera aympathetlo service In
sudden sorrow; perpetual care; no sesess
menta: lots on essy terms. Phon Wsl. 820.
For Sale Miscellaneoeus
Furniture and Household Goods.
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF
FURNITURE, RUGS. OAS STOVES, ETC
of Surplus Stocks.
MUST BB SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST.
Buy Now and Oet First Choice.
The choicest home furnishings that
money csn buy. Vi, make a specialty of
complete home outfits, slso hotels and
rooming houses. Railroad furs free to all
out-of-town buyers wlthlo SO miles of
Omaha on purchases of 120 or mors,
STATE FURNITURE CO.,
Tel. Doug. 1317. Cor. 14th and Dodge Sts.,
"You Cay Buy It for Less st the State."
FURNITURE & HARDWARE BARGAINS.
Beds, springs, mattrossea, dressers, chl
fonlers, tables, chairs, china and kitchen
cabinets, rugs and linoleum, trunks and
suit cases, gas stoves and les boxes, full
Una screen wire, poultry netting, garden
tools, 1831-47 North 24th St. Tel. Web.
1607, Open till I p. m.
BARGAINS IN STOVES AND FURNITURE.
Beds, springs, mattresses, bedding of all
kinds, tables, chairs, china and kitchen
cabinets, rugs and linoleum, 1839-1847 N.
24th St. Webster 1807. Open till I p. m.
ACTUAL TRUTH FOR BARGAINS Full
Una of furniture, gas and coal oil stoves,
rugs, baby carriages, trunks, etc. Loyal
Furn. Co., 121 N. lfith,
FOR SALE One Herriuk refrigerator In
good condition, 100 pound capacity. 1541
Park Ave., II. 1749.
Pianos and Musical Instruments
WE have several Vlctrulas that we look In
on trades for sale; in good condition.
Rouse Phonograph Tartars. Cor. 20tn and
FOR SALE New mahogany piano, stand
ard make. Will sacrifice, leaving city,
Phone Walnut 2698.
A. HOSPE CO., 1D1S Douglas, have pianos
to rent at 13.10 per month, or will tell on
MAPLE Manual training work bench for
eale, 110. Call Walnut 2809.
Nurseries, Seeds and Plants.
GATE CITY NURSERY AND SALES
at Slat and Burdette, full Una of fine
, stock. Open Sundays. Fhona office, Doug.
2060; residence, Wal. 2946. J. II. Marnette,
PROGRESSIVE EVERBEARING STRAW
BERRY plants that will bear this season,
11.60 per hundred prepaid. Colfax 3999.
Furgeson Bros., Station D, Omaha.
PRETTY Rocky Mountain Perennial Flow
srs Columbines, etc., 10 plants, 1; 76 for
13. Postpaid. D. Cleret, Hutted. Colo.
RED RIVER VARIETY.
CALL HARNEY 6787.
We rent, repair, tell needles and parts
Of all sewing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
16th and Harney Sts. Doug. 1682.
Hardware and Tools.
FOR bargains In new snd slightly used toolt
sea us. Jefferson Hardware Co., 411 N.
16th. Dg. 4626, Open to I p. m.
Typewriters and Supplies.
FOR RKNT Remington, Monarch and
Smith Premier typewriters. Sent anywhers.
Rental supplies on purchases. Remington
Typewriter Company, Nineteenth and
TYPEWRITERS sold, rented and repaired.
Rent an Oliver 1 months for II. Central
typewriter Exchange. 1905 Farnam.
WE buy, sell and exuhangs typewriters;
guar, typewritera 110 and up. Write for
list. Midland Typewriter Co.. 1404 Dodge.
Store and Office Fixtures.
ONE butcher's cooler 6x9x10, one oak
grocery counter 20 ft. long, one Hobart
electrlo coffee mill and meat grinder, one
Toledo scale. All as good as new. Omaha
ass n or credit Men, 320 Bee Bldg
WE have moved to new location. We buy,
sell and make i1rWs tinM,,....
shelving, etc. Omaha Fixture A Supply Co,
B. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feathers steamed.
renovated and made up In new feather-
proof ticking. 1907 Cuming. Doug. 2467.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED Old falxe teeth. Don't matter If
, vy 10 i6.oo per set.
Send by parcel post and receive check by
return malt L. Mater, 2007 S. Fifth
mreet. r-nuaflt-lphla. Fa.
IS, KNOWN TO PAfT THE HIGHEST
PRICK FOR CLOTHING AND FURNI
TURE. D. 1444.
desks Desks desks
New deaks. used desks bought sold and
iraoea. J. j. Keed. 1201 Farnam. D. 6146
ROCHMAN PAYS THB HIGHEST PRICES
SUKIN.. L'LOTHES AND SHOES
8TORE PHONE WEB. 1146, RES. PHONIC
THE NEBRASKA FURNITURE CO. WfFT
PAY YOU THE HIGHEST PRICE FOH
runw.. HTOVfca, CARPETS. Doug. 17 1 :
I WANT TO BUY S ECON D-H A N D CLOT 11
INO AND SHOES. PHONE TYLER 2185
WE PAY YOUR HIGHEST FH1CK FOK 1
1UUKWJTHRB. 1516 CAP. AVE. D. 6914.
WANTED A female canary bird.-Tel
ECONOMIC IN WAR TIME.
Trade those artlclee of furniture, cloth
ing, personal belonxlngs, etc., that you
have no need of. Oct something you can
Hpeclal rate for ads In Swappers' Column
25c for 3-line adv. 3 days and 3c per
answer for all letters received,
Hulnea nils regular rates.
Kolt HA UK Tubular gasoline lighting out
fit, generator, tank, pump and about 80
ft. of tubing. Three drops. Hien used In
church several years. In good order. Will
ell reasonable. Addres S. O. Pitts, Alda,
Wt! will haul your live stock.
LIVE STOCK TRANSFER CO.,
2209 Farnam St. Telephone Douglas 2:08.
ACCORDEON, side, knlfo, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes snd
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
lot cut work, button holes, pennants.
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO.,
300-801 Brown Bid. Dousla 1936.
HEMST ITCHING7 PLEATING. BUTTONS.
G. U. VanArnam Pleating Co.
138-T Paxton Block. Phone Doug. 1109.
AWNINGS AND PORCH FURNITURE.
Auto touring tents and camping supplies.
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT & AWNING CO.
LABELLE Bath Institute; electric and plain
baths; massage of all kinds; expert at
tendants. 1G0 llnrney. DoUKlas 7040,
Private tnblca for pnrtlea at Holmes'.
Brass and Iron Founderies.
Paton-MltchSiCo.. 2?7h and Martha Sts.
Baggage and Express.
REPUBLIC AUTO EXPRESS COMPANY
will haul everything for you. Packages
less than 20 lbs., 15 cents. Doug. 453.
THE ONLY WAYugL
THE OMAHA TRANSFER CO.
LHSSARD A SON. 2021 Cuming. Ty. 16331
Dr. J. C. Lawrence, Balrd Bldg.
Dr. Bradbury, No pain. 921 W. O.JV. BIdg.
Taft'a Dent. Rms.. 308 Rose Bldg. D7'S18g!
ALL kinds of Hats Remodeled 1530 Ilaniy.
PLAIN Sewing done; nurses uniforms a
specialty. Red 862L
D RERfl MA KIN G.mTbs Sturdy. Dou g 1 a s 6 3TtT
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all cases. Tyler 1136.
WEST & SUTTON.
Piano, household moving; live stock
hauled. D. 8729. 1606 Cass St.
FILMS developed; rolls. 10c; packs, 16c,
one-day service. Kase Studio, Neville Blk.,
K',th and Harney.
Fixtures and Wiring.
TlTTRTrTM Elcttrlo washing machines,
U U lVlVlil electric lions and reading
lamps. 2223 Cuming St. Dnug. 2519.
111-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1811.
VlVHJlUO privilege to buy back
at small profit. GROSS, 402 N. 16th St.
Lumber and Building Material.
SAVE HALF on beams, columns, brick. H,
Oross Lumber and Wreck. Co. Web. 2884.
riLES, fistula and othrr rectal di
seases cured without surgical oper
ation. Cure guaranteed. Write for
book on rectal diseases with testi
monials. DR. E. R. TARRY,
240 Bee Bldg., Omaha. '
WANTED Piano pupils. Experienced
teacher. Studio, 2127 Spencer St., Phone
DR. MABLE WESSON.
614 Brandels Bldg. T. 2960. Res. 4741.
STURGES & STURGES. U, 8. and foreign
patenta and trademarks. 330 Bee Bldg.
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Inter
national Patent Co., 683 Brandels. D. 6691.
Printing and Office Supplies.
VVater-Barnhart Ptg. Co., 624 S. 13th St
Piano Tuning and Repairing.
W. R. Dalbey, piano tuner. Douglaa 9297.
QUALITY RUG CLEANERS.
Scientific Olive Oil Washing.
Persian Rug Cleaning Co., 1267 Farnam.
BARGAINS. 1212 Farnam.
J. J. Derlght Safe Co.
niedrirk, P. L.. 216 S. 20th. Tailor. D. 2432.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 8. 11th. D. 628.
CLECO COMFORT TRUSSES,
Fitted Perfectly by Experts.
The W. G. Cleveland Co.. 1410-11 Harney St.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Douglas Printing Co.. Tel. Douglas S44.
V SUCCESSFUL business man, experienced
ia managing sales, manufacturing and
jobbing, wants connection with reliable
concern In almost any responsible capa
city. Present salary 16,000. Would make
change for same salary If opportunity
is offered for advancement or to become
i ockholder. Present line not extensive
muKh to warrant further advance. Cor
."pondence confidential. Box Y 111,
i SALE Blacksmith shop and garage,
tth building. 24 by 36: two lota, new
well, gas pump, power drill. Little Giant
uammer, 1 trimming shear, 1 large shear,
hand power blower, engine, welding ma
chinal dlao sharpener, tools, all stock
and squlpment. Bargain If taken at
once. Good reasons for selling. 11.100,
Apply Max Stale Bank, Max, Nek
Wanted to Hear From
that are prepared to etart to work at
once and get quick action on a grading
and excavating Job. Call or address
Charles C. Kamrath, construction en
SKINNER PACKING CO.
Suite 1400 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
FOR HALE Cp-to-date slock of gents' fur.
nlnhliiK; reasonable rent: only clothing
store In a good live county seat town;
doing a good profitable business; a large
territory; must sell as manager has en
listed. Owner has anther business. S. E.
I.indley, Burke, S. T.
FOR BALE Bakery, confectionery, soda
fountain, central Neb. town, 1,800 Inhab
itants, fine business, no competition,
money-maker; reason, going away. Box
Y 512, Omaha Pec.
MOTION picture machine bargains, new and
rebuilt, fully guaranteed. All supplies.
Omaha Film Exchange, 108 H. 14th St.
GUARANTY locate you any line business
any state. K. V. Knlest, Bee Bid.. Omaha.
IOWA town rooming house, cafe. Trade
for auto. F. Knieat, Bee Uldg., Omaha.
H.MAl.I, LadieK-ijcnls furnishing Htoro for
sal.v F. V. Knic-Hl. Bee Bhlg., Omaha.
F O K SA LU S hoer e pa I rs b op7 2 9 0 4 " N. 1 filh
St. Websler i'SOS.
Bargains in Used Cars
1915 Studebaker Six touring, self
starter, excellent condition.
1915 Studebaker Four touring, self
starter, extra good.
1916 Dctrolter touring, self-starter, only
used a short while.
These are snaps.
Nebraska Oldsmobile Co.,
Wrecked and leaky radiators repaired
and rebuilt; large stock used radiators
on hand. Mnshed fenders and lamps re
paired llko new. Highest prices paid for
OMAHA RADIATOR. TIRE & AUTO
119 Cuming St. Omaha. Neb.
MUST sell our Hudson Six at once: It Is In
fine condition and has two bodies, one
flvu-pHNsenger one tour car body, com
ANDREW MURPHY ft SON.
14th and Jackson Sts.
MUST soil my new Packard Twin Six, 1911
model. Used but slightly and as good as
new in every respect. Save 1300 now.
Answer quickly. Box 6161, Omaha Bee.
REAL bargain for cash. I have two cars.
Will sell either one. In best running
shape. 1911 Bulck Six roadster. 1917
Grand Six touring. Lady leaving for
creat lakes In Canada. 2408 Jones St.
One block north 2ith and Leavenworth.
Phone D. 8774.
Rebuilt, used 2 in 1 and used tires for
salo. Fords. 12.50 to 17; larger sizes, 14 to
$9. Tubes vulcanized, 5. Trade our old
tires for new ones. IT. S. Vulcanlzer Co.,
Branch 16. 320 8. 13th St.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
All makes. With and without starters.
25 to pick from. Phons D. 2914 or call
at 1516 Davenport
BOYLAN AUTO CO.
UNUSUAL bargains in new and slightly
used tires on special sale; new 30x3, 19.90;
30x34 U. 8.. 113.60; Inner tubes at
12 G. & G. Tire Co., 2416 Leavenworth.
QUALITY USED CARS.
We have the best bargains. See us at
once. Harney 871. Farnam and 25th Ave.
KEl.SEY "Streamline" body makes old Ford
new. Sol. S, Goldstrom Co. distributor,
3S67 Farnam street. Telephone Harney
6546. We eel I and buy Fords.
ALL klnda of cara for hire, with or with
out driver, by the mile or by the hour.
Fords, lOo per mile. Douglas T390. Ne
braska Service Oarage.
NEW Maxwell cars, 1918 models, for sale,
1300 cash, balance monthly payments as
desired. Answers strictly confidential. Box
WILL take touring car worth 11.600 on 160
acres near Gordon, , Sheridan Co.; land
mostly good black loam; act quickly. D.
FOR SALE 4-PASSENGER 1917 SCRIPPS
BOOTH, GOOD CONDITION, 1800. CALL
WEBER, TYLER 1000. "
CUMING GARAGE. 2416 Cuming St. D.
2833. Storage, day and night service,
carbon burntug. welding, general auto re
pairing. BARGAINS IN USED FORD CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co.
15th and Jackson. Ford Agents. Doug. 3500.
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH. 100 USED
CARS; quick action; no delay. Auto Ex
change Co.. 2051 Farnam St Doug. 35.
MEEKS AUTO CO.
USED CAR BARGAINS.
!! FARNAM ST. DOUGLAS 6290.
WE ARB THE USED CAR MEN.
-".'RAWVER AUTO CO..
1910 Farnam St. Douglas 1070.
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. SMITH. N
16th and Farnam Sts. Douglas 1970.
60 FORDS WANTED.
AUTO PARTS CO.,
2105 FARNAM ST.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS.
AT BARGAIN iPRICES.
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO.,
2020 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
QUALITY USED CARS.
VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILE CO.,
5406 LEAVENWORTH ST.
OAKLAND, Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO,
2300 Farnam St
BARGAINS In need cara
ORR MOTOR SALES CO..
40th and Farnam. Harney 414.
BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED?
Ever Ready Battery Station. 1206 srnam.
Starters and Generators Repaired.
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
Anything electrical about your auto.
Ill a 11th St Douglas 6481.
Tires and Supplies.
ONE HALF PRICE.
3000 Miles Guaranteed.
SO, 3 17.76; 30x3',4 18.75; 32x3ii 110.25;
S3x4 112.35; 34x4 113.25; 25x4', 115.50.
Write us today for particulars.
Ksport Radiator and Tire Repairing
IN 1" VULCANIZING CO.,
l.-.lfi Davenport St. Omaha. D. 2914.
THE TIRE SHOP.
2518 Farnam St. Douglas 4878.
NEW TIRES AT H PRICE. ALL SIZES.
.cv iiiu riresione, rom tubes, 3
NEW 30x3 4 LEE TIRES $12
NEW 311x4 Klslt Non-Skid $21.75
KAl.MAN'S TIRE JOBBERS, 1721 CUMING.
TIKE price wreckers. This Is no 2-ln-l tire.
COMBINATION TIRE FACTORY,
422 S. 13th. Agts wanted. Omaha. Neb
BUY Lee puncture-proof pneumatic tires and
eliminate your tire troubles. Powell Supply
co., soar rarnam sr.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
EDWARDS, E. S., 251li 19lli St. Web
ster 1102. For the beat results with repair
worrc consult us.
Autc Livery and Garages.
RENT A FORD DRIVE IT YOURSELF,
10c a mile. 35c per hour minimum charge,
(EXCEPT Sundays and liolidas.)
FORD LIVERY CO..
Douglas 3622. 1314 lluward St.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
11 A R L E Y - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos, the Motorcycle Man, 27th and Leav
THE Salvation Army Industrial Home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, maga
zines. Wo collect. We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4125 and our wagon will call. Call
and 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 ot all kinds. 228 Neville
Blk. Doug. 7381. 16th and IIarneySts.
MECHANO Therapy Massage, Miss Halran,
223 Neville Bldg.
MISS ALLEN, niRssage, facial and scalp
treatments. 1S02 Farnam St. Room 2.
MISS FISHER, sulphur, steam baths and
massage. 379 Bran. Thea. Bldg. D. 1569.
MASSEUSE, baths, manicuring physical
cult Miss Walker. 224 Neville Blk.
MAE BRUOMAN, scientific masseuse and
baths. 202 Karbach Blk. Red 2727.
PRIVATE licensed maternity homo. 4416 N.
38th St. Phono Colfax 2042.
Manicuring and muss. 1623 Farnam. R. 19.
KB it OTTTliiassa g eTTolT s7l 8 1 h . dT95 26.
SCIENTIFIC mass. 613 Paxton Blk. D. 6372?
MiSSWEST. mantcur, mas210N-Yfih.
E. BROTT,fnassa go. TOFsTiTfhT-671526!
WHY SUFFER! Latest and most Scientific
Treatment for All Diseases. Dr. Charles
Barnes, 613-22 Securities Bldg. Examina
tion and Consultation Free. He is reliev
ing thousands. WHY NOT YOU 7 Delays
are dangerous. If you can't call, write.
Hours: 9 a. m. to 6 p. m 7:30 to 8:30
evenings. Sunday. 11 a. m. to 1 t. m.
RUPTURE successfully treated wlthoPt a
surgical operation. Call or write. Dr.
Frank H. Wray, 80 Bee Bldg.
BANKER with twelve years' successful ex
perience open for proposition. Married,
age 34 years. Best references. I'refer
town of not less 1,000 population. Can
Invest. Box Y 514, Omaha Hew.
PAINT, carpet and paper cleaning, the Na
tional cleaning and service Co., 2709
Leavenworth St. Harney 6012.
ELECTRIC carpet cleaning: window and
paper cleaning. Best references. Ty. 1700.
FOR housecleaning call Web. 2745, expert
CARPENTERING, repairing, remodeling,
RESPONSIBLE middle aged lady wishes
employment by hour to assist in sickness
or care of home. Phone Harney 1228.
COMPETENT dressmaking done.
PLAIN Sewing neatly done. Call Wal. 2074.
MENDING neatly done. Call Walnut 3308.
Laundry and Day Work,
WOMAN Wants day work, or ladle's clothes
washed and Ironed. Tel. Webster 2058.
LAUNDRY and day work wanted by relia
ble woman. Telephone Harney 6846.
WANT Ironing Beveral days or work by the
week. References. Colfax 32S6.
WASHING to bring -home, silks specialty,
Farnam district. Har. 3377.
EXPERIENCED woman wants day work.
Call Webstec 1391.
Laundry and Day Work.
RELIABLE colored woman wants
work. Web. 698.
Exp. lady wants housecleaning and Isanf.ry.
BUNDLE washing, rough dry and finished.
LAUNDRY work called for and delivered.
WOMAN wans day work references. Web
FIRST-CLASS laundry and day work. Web
BUNDLE washing to take home. Webster
DAT work wanted by colored woman. Red
BUNDLE washing wanted. Walnut 2269.
CURTAINS laundered; w'k guar. Har. 1130.
DAY work wanted. Webster 1499.
DAY work and bundle washing. Web. 1"88.
EXP, laundress for day work! Web 1867!
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Young man for stock clerk In
wholesale dry goods store.
Byrne & Hammer Dry Goods Co.,
Ninth and Howard.
TOU MEN WHO HIRE AND FIRE
Advertise for "help" the same way you
advertise to sell merchandise, and the
difference In returns will surprise you.
The next time you need help csll Tyler
1000. A trained and experienced ad
taker will assist you In preparing your
YOUNG man with railroad freight experi
ence for rosltion as assistant to traffic,
manager for wholesale house. Salary
185 to start
WESTERN REF. ft BOND ASSN.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
MALE stenographer wanted for bank posi
tion that will quickly develop Into as
sistant cashisrshlp. Good salary, ex
cellent future, county seat town of 2,000,
THE CHARLES E. WALTERS CO.
"The Bank Posltipn Specialists."
1424-30 First Nat Bank Bldg., Omaha.
WANTED Nebraska lumber yard mana
gers and yard men who have had ex
perience. Give references on making ap
plication. Address Box J, Broken Bow,
BOOKKEEPER and CASHIER, 1125: Re
ceiving Clk., $100; Bookkeepers. 175 to
$100; Ledger Clerk. $50 to $75; Office
Boy, $45; Stock Clerk, $75.
WATTS REF, CO.. IU',8 1st Nat'l. Bank.
WANTED A first class man to handle an
addition to a thriving and growing city
in tho center of tho Wyoming oil fields.
Call Tyler 3324 for an appointment.
ASS'T. BKKPER $60-166
BKKPR. and CREDIT MAN $100-$U5
THE M4.RTI SERVICE,
915-16 W. n. W. Bldg
R. R. CLERKS $75-1100
THE CANO AGENCY, 600 BEE BLDG.
SODA fountain man (city), $15 to $18 per
week. 1015 City National Bank Building.
Professions and Trades.
Truck Drivers Wanted.
Good pay and steady employment.
Sunderland Brothers Co.,
21st and Pacific Sts.
PRINTER WANTED All around man for
country shop; state wages wanted, experi
ence, in first letter. Address Independent
Democrat, Seward, Neb.
Wc can use a limited
number of men between
21 and 40 years of age as
Steady, healthful em
ployment. Must be physically
sound, of good character
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.
15 Men and Young Men
To Help Win the War
HAND WORK ON ARMY
Apply Mr. Mather, Factory No. 4,
Top Floor at 1612, Harney.
Scott Omaha Tent and Awning Co.
or I steady married men who live In
OMAHA BOX CO.,
WANTED Immediately for Bteady employ
ment, men for packing and shipping de
partment. High wages on piece work
basis; also common and skilled labor ot
all kinds for mill work, and outside yard
and quarry work: wages 30c and 35c per
hour, 10 and 12-hour days. Good housing
and working conditions.
NORTHWESTERN STATES PORTLAND
MASON CITY, IA.
One boss careen ter,60o per hour, and
3 helpers, 50c per hour. To work on sec
tional forms for bridge work at Mitchell,
Neb. Nono but first-class mechanics
OMAHA STRUCTURAL STEEL BRIDGE
CO., 420 Bee Bldg.
WANTED Mairied men for Ford garage
repair work, also service men and elec
trician capab'e of handling storage bat
tery overhaufng. Location In central
Neb. Box Y 511. Omaha Bee.
WANTED Men for factory work; can use
both experienced and inexperienced men.
NEBRASKA ft IOWA STEEL TANK CO.,
1301 Willis Avenue.
YOUNG MEN for filling station attendants.
A fine opportunity for developing sales
ability. Apply Chas. Moore, 1 2th and Har
ney. L. V. NICHOLAS OIL CO.
WANTED Auto top trimmers to take part
interest in an established business; must
bo No. 1 man. Write Prosser & Lott 1512
11th Ave., Seattle. Wash
Gordon Press Feeders Wanted ,
15th and Leavenworth Sts.
WANTED Good all round printer atonce.
Money every Saturday. Phone on reverse
call. Journal-Democrat, Syracuse. Neb.
WANTED Linotype operator, good pa;
permanent position. Daily News, Minot,
LEARN barber trade, low rates now. Call
or writ Barber College. 1124 Douglaa Bt.
WANTED Upholsterer for furniture depart-
. ment Box 41401 Bee. J
HELP WANTED MALE
Salesmen and Solicitors.
STOCK SALESMEN We own and offer for
Kale the entire capital Increase of the
Lion Bonding and Surety Company of
Omaha. A well established, successful
company known In every town in Ne
braska. This company's average earningi
for past eight years better than 16 pel
cent. This stock is unusually easy to eel!
and oilers an opportunity. A llmltec
number of men only will be put out with
exclusive territory. Bankers' Sales Agency
923 W. O. W. Bldg., Omaha.
A LIFE COMPANY with $13,000,000 of as
sets, $4,000,000 of surplus, lower ratei
than eastern companies, dividends th
greatest of any company in America,
nearly a third of a century old has s
place for a wideawake, energetio sales
man. We can show you an Income dou
ble that usually enjoyed by the averag
man. If Interested address Box Y 607,
WANTED SALESMEN. O. R. KINNEY
SHOE CO., 205-09 NORTH 16TH ST.
WANTED A solicitor -one experienced in
stocks, bonds or real estate preferred.
Midwestern Investment Co., 1006 First
Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANTED Young man, 18 or 20 years ot age,
neat apperance, as solicitor In Want Ad
department. See Classified Advertising
WANTED A good salesman for high-class
business proposition. Call at 1006 First
Natl Bank Bldg.
JOHN NEWMAN. 1809 Farnam, wants ex
perienced wall paper salesman, male or
WANTED 10 solicitors at once a high
grade line; make from $5 to $10 per day.
Inquire 1614 Chicago.
Specialty salesman to call on machinery
dealers. Box 6270, Omaha, Bee.
Agents and Canvassers.
MANUFACTURER'S agent to establish an
manage office, commission basis, for N, T.
corporation; products have large profitable
sale. Will only consider man capable of
organizing and managing sales force. An
swer with full particulars. Electrical Box
40, Times Square P. O., New York.
MEN and women agents can build up per.
manent business for themselves and earn
from $50 to $73 per week; every family
a buyer; repeat orders creditod; ex
clusive territory; experience unnecessary,
Wrlto today. M. R. Company, 1578 Yatos
St., Denver, Colo.
WANTS STATE AGENTS An unusual
proposition open for state agents, plac
ing the fastest selling device ever Invented
for Ford cars. Requires about $250 to
handle. Well worth Investigation by the
largest of motor dealers. Write Box 46J.
WE can ubb a few more boys, S2 per dav.
OMAHA BOX CO.,
WANTED GOOD OFFICE BOY. REM
INGTON TYPEWRITER CO., 13TH AND
HOYS wanted; must be over 16 years ol
age; good pay to start with. GORDON
LAWLESS CO.. 8th and Dodge Sts.
WANTED Office boy at once. Apply lOtl
and Farnam Sts., general office bldg., Su
WANTED Messenger boy, 16 years or over
UNION PACIFIC FREIGHT DEPOT, Itl
and Jackson St.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED Colored man dishwasher; $9 l
week and board. Inqulra Mr. Jones, Hotel
At New Building,
18th and Izard Sts.
ACE 21 TO 50, FOR GENERAL YARD
WORK; STEADY JOB FOR GOOD MEN.
-APPLY TO TIMEKEEPER,
UNION STOCK YARDS CO.,
JANITOR, married man, for r.pt Ty. 1812J.
COLORED b.iy for porter work; no Sunday
worn. ?vt ijeavenwortn.
FREE JOB No office fee. Apply at 32254
S. 10th St.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys, lean
barber trade; big demand; wages whllt
learning; strictly modern. Call or writ
1402 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College.
Phone D. 2147.
GIRLS. Boys and Men
can obtain .steady em
ployment and good
Fifteenth and Leaven
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Men, women,
government war positions, 1100 month.
Write for list Franklin Institute. Dept.
232 D. Rochester. N. Y.
MOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladles to learn the barber trade. Call
or write for free catalogue. 119 S. 14th
St.. Omaha. Neb.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
YOUNG lady bookkeeper for North Omaha
firm. Prefer one who rcsld-s on north
side. Permanent position with chance to
advance rapidly. Start at t$5.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N.
WANTED Experienced stenographer In
Mfg. district Middle aged woman pre
ferred, give exoerience, salary expected,
in first letter. Lox 6301. Omaha Bee.
BOOKKEEPER AND STENO $7S-$0
THE CANO AGENCY. 600 BEE BLDG
STENOGRAPHERS, $50 to $30: BookkeWp".
r-rs. JK5 to MO; Kilo Clerks, $40 to $i;o
WATTS REF. Co., 1138 1st Nat'l. Bank!
f.'-c elks. See us at oneT
Co-Opera live P.ef
Co. l"l.i City N( B,t
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY PRESS
ER. ATPLY 1908 HARNEY ST.
WANTED A lady masseuse at the LaBeii
Bath Institute, 1504 Harney. Doug. 7U4
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