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24TH AND PARKER
. MARGUERITE CLARK, IN
"THE FORTUNES OF FIFI.
GAND 1TK AND B1NNEY
MARGUERITE LLAKK, IN
faitfPODROMB I6TH AND CUMING
CHAPTERS I AND 4, OP
BILLY BURKE, IN
' "GLORIA'S ROMANCE."
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Ideal uth and dorcas
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"HER SECOND HUSBAND."
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"DOLLY DOES HER BIT." '
The following marriage licenses have been
Name and Address.
lamuel A. Hicks, Tetter, la,
t)rlena Mlnton, CTarlnda, la.
Fred E. Kleber, Omaha,..,..
L.tMBetb. Klnnear, Omaha...
Fdwln K. Pearce, Omaha...
t.eleit Swan, Omaha . .
Franil L. Wentiel, Omaha...
Bertha, K. Zloch, Omaha...,.
tames A. DeYarman, Omaha....,..,.. 21
Isela Kell, Omaha... 11
Pn R. Kuns, Omaha. ..... 27
Uith L. Weeks, Omaha 24
BIRTHS AND DEATHS, f
""in the Michael and Catherine Oaughani
I II R street, girl; Jams and Emma Has,
r, 003 Harney street, boy; Bolealav and
I ary Paaieka, SH4 South Forty-second
S'reet, boy; Edwin and Myrtle Hontg, I24S
rrnti street, boy; Harry ana juua Kivett,
1403 North Sixtieth avenue, girl; George and
a.arle Smith TIB South Fifteenth street,
boy; William and Elisabeth Free. 3214
k.arcy atreet boy.
Deaths Dennis 3. Duggan,' SI, 4413 South
rhirty-aeeond atreet; Eugene Holverson. 39,
1411 South Thirty-eighth avenue;. Leon H,
Hoffman, t months. 2401 North Nineteenth
Ureal; Mlaa Lauretta Fay, 3, Immanuel
tosDltal; Baby Thomas, inrant, 3710 South
. up Bednaas 2411 South Thirty-fourth
et, frame building, 11,400; Oscar Elleeon,
4 Cuming; etreet, frame, building, f3,300;
- f. Bauer, (117 North Forty-second street,
me dwelling, $1,600; Carl Hester, 3468
. met Forty-seventh avenue, stucco 'huto
H3ATHS ft FUNERAL NOTICES.
ODD FELLOWS, ATTENTION!
Dannebrog lodge, No. 214, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, will hold a patriotlo
funeral service Friday evening at I o'elork
In their lodge room, 26(6 Leavenworth
street, for their deceased member. Emit
Olsen, who died at Camp Uerrlt, Dumont,
N, i. Alt . members of the order and
finds are Invited.
CARD OF THANKS.
V- a wish to thank our many friends and
neighbors tor their kindness and sympa
toy shown us in the death of our daugh
ter and sister, also for the beautiful floral
R. AND MRS. W. A. ATKINS AND
iailTAXKRS and licensed emulamers;
' private ambulance. Call Webster 47.
Willis C Crosby, 2611 N. 24th Bt,
JiW A. GENTLEMAN, undertaker and
embalmor. 3411 Farnam fit Harney 303,
CTLh.2 A RIEPKN, undertakers and em
folmers. T01 8. 14th. Douglss"122.
STACK & FALCONER
t "pendeat Undertakers, 24th 4t Har. D. 287.
L. DODDER CO.. Funeral Directors
P. L. Fero, Mgr, 23d and Cuming 8ta,
Douglas 677. Auto ambulance.
LEE L. LARMON
-4 Douglas St.
Douglas 3314. ,
aT naaortment of fresh flowers.
NDERSQN, 1519 FARNAM.
s a FLOWER SHOP. 411 8. K. D. 3183.
-3. Florist. 311 B. 16th, D. 3400.
i Careful Florist. 1104 Farnam St.
'"s shipped everywhere. Exp. prepaid.
TUUSNT ft CEMETERIES.
. iaxgeat display n the United SUtea.
i B. 13th. Phones Douglas 1373-3211.
LAWN afters sympathetio service in
a sorrow) erpetual care; no sasess
ot on eaay terms. Phone Wal. 620.
P. 3. WELSH, 161C Binney, having
I " her home, I ber husband. P. J.
h, will not be responsible for any
r f.tUti she wv Incur, Signed. P. J.
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OMAHA a COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persona having lost some article would
d well to call up the office of the Omaha
Council Bluffs Street Railway company
tu ascertain whether they left It In the
street car. - ,
, Many articles each day are turned In
and the company Is- anitous to reatore
them to the rightful owners.
F YOU loss anything and will advertise It
here you will surely recover It if found
br ao honest person. If you find any
thing of value the honest way Is to ad
vertise for the owner.
FINDER of ladles' diamond ring that was
loat an llth, between Maple end Ohio
Sts., or on So. Omaha ear, please call
Webster mi or return to Maple Court,
Apt. No. i, and receive liberal reward.
LOST Stick pin, shape of spider, with two
pearls forming head and body. Return to
Omaha Chapter of Red Cross, Court House,
or call Tyler 2721. Reward.
LOST Small gold band bracelet, about
May Itb, L. M. P.. too Washington Ave.,
Red Oak, Iowa. Reward.
For Sale Miscellaneoeus
Furniture and Household Goods.
WHY PAY MORE
CAN BUY IT FOR LESS AT THE STATE.
Our big spring sale of furniture and
houss furnishings is now on in run swing,
Positively ths biggest sale of lis kind ever
- held In the middle west. If you need fur
niture for the kitchen or parlor; a refrig
erator or a stove here Is where you wtll
buy If quality and price is a considera
tion. We make a specialty of complete
home outfits, , also hotels and rooming
houses. Railroad fare free to all out-of-town
buyers within 60 miles of Omaha on
purchases of 120 or more.
STATE FURNITURE CO.
Tel. Doug. 1117. Cor. 14th and Dodge Sts.
FURNITURE & HARDWARE BAROAINS.
Beds, springs, mattresses, dressers, chif
foniers, tables, chairs, china gnd kitchen
eahlnets, rugs and linoleum, trunka and
' suit cases, gaa stoves and Ice boxes, full
line screen wire, poultry netting, garrt.-n
tools. 183S-4T North llth St, Tel. Web.
H07. Open till 9 p. m.
BAROAINS IN STOVES AND FURNITURE.
Beds, springs, mattresses, bedding i f all
kinds, tables, chairs, china and kitchen
cabinets, rugs and Unsolemn, 1831-1847
4th St. 7ebster 107. Open till 1 p. m.
ACTUAL TRUTH FOR BARGAINS Full
, line of furniture, gss and ooal oil stoves,
rugs, baby carriages,' trunks, etc Loyal
Furn. Co., 222 N. 16th.
A LARGE electrlo lamp. Made of War Bul
let, Phone Douglas 8140.
Pianos and Musical Instruments,
WE have aeveral Vlctrolaa that ws took In
on tradva for sale; in good condition.
Rouse Phonograph Parlora, Cor. 20th and
A. HOBPB CO.. 1613 Douglas, have pianos
. to rent at 13.60 per month, or will sell on
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts
Of all sowing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO., '
16th and Harney Sts, Doug. 16(3.
Store and. Office Fixtures.
WE buy, sell and make deaka, safes, show,
cases, shelving, eto. Omaha Fixture Ss Sup
ply Co., llth and Douglas D. 2724.
Hardware and Tools.
FOR bargains in new and allghtiy used tools
see us. Jefferson Hardware Co., 411 N.
Hth. Dg. 4626. Open to p. m.
Typewriters and Supplies.
FOR, RENT Remington, Monarch and
Smith Premier typewriters. Sent snywhere.
Rental applies, on purchase. Remington
Typewriter Company. Nineteenth and
TYPEWRITERS sold, rented and repaired,
, Rent an Oliver 3 months for 36. Central
Typewriter Exchange 1606 Farnam.
WE buy, sell or exchange typewr.'tere;
guar, typewriters 110 and up. Writ (or
Hat. Midland Typewriter Co., 1404 D.dge.
Nurseries, Seeds and Plants.
VEGETABLE PLANTS, all verities. In any
quantity. Early tomatoes our specialty.
Colfax 3111. Ferguson -Bros., Station V,
Printing and Supplies.
ADDINCr machines, all makea, bought, sold
and rented. Central Typewriter Exchange,
FRESH country buttermilk, butter, best of
cream, strictly fresh eggs; delivered to
any part of Omaha, Phone South ' 316.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Flathars steamed,
renovated and made up In new feather
proof ticking. 1007 Cuming. Doug. 2467.
FOR SALE Stenotype, in perfect condition;
been used about a month; very reason
able. Box 7462, Omaha Bee.
FINE harp or violin up to 12,(76 or clear 8.
IX or Neb. land for light sedsn (Dedge
Franklin preferred. C. V. Berg. LeMars.Ta.
WANTED TO BUY
-e H. GERBER
IS KNOWN TO PAY THE HIGHEST
PRICE FOR CLOTUINO AND FURNI
TURE. D. 3444. 1
- New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1201 Farnam. D. 6146.
THE NERRA8KA FURNITURE CO. WILL
PAT YOU THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR
FURN., STOVES, CARPETS. Doug. 3713.
WE DON'T AROUK. BUT PAY YOUR OWN
PRICE FOR YOUR CLOTHES. DO. 4214.
AK-SAR-BEN Furniture Co. pays full values
for furniture and clothes. Douglas 6366.
LARGEST BUYER OF FURNITURE AND
MEN'S CLOTHING. DOUULA8 6616.
CA8H paid for diamonds, eelats appraised.
Rw Jewelry Co.. 402 8. 16th.
AWNINGS AND PORCH FURNITURE.
Auto touring tente and camping supplies.
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT at AWNING CO.
ACCORD EON. side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, ' covered buttons, all aiaes and
styles; hemstitching, ptcot edging, eye
let cut work, button boles, pennants.
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO..
300-301 Brown Bldg, Phone Doug. 1636.
HEMSTITCHING, PLEATING. BUTTON'S
O. U. VanArnam Pleating Co.,
326-7 Paxton Block. Phone Doug. 3101.
Baggage and Express.
REPUBLIC AUTO EXPRESS COMPANY
will haul everything for you. Package
lees than 30 lbs., 16 cents. Douglas 463.
THE ONLY WAY SZ
THE OMAHA TRANSFER CO.
PRIVATE tables for parties st Holmes'.
Brass and Iron Founderies.
PAXTON MITCHELL CO.
27th and Martha Sts lOmsha. Neb.
Brass, bronse. aluminum and machine !
fray Iron outings. '
Dr J. C. Lawrence. Balrd Bldg. D. 14(1
J. ELKIN. building and repairs, 1121 N,
J3d. Web. 2027. Web. 757. Eatimates free.
FULL dress suits for rent. Opp. P. O. John
Feldman, 10 N. 16th St. Douglas 3121.
ALL kinds of Hats" Remodeled 1620 Harney,
D- Brsdbury. No pain. 21 W. O. W. Bldg,
T.ft's Dent. Rms., 308 Rose Bldg. D. 218,
MIHS STURDY, dreanmaklng. Doug. 4394
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all cases. Tyler Ills.
WEST SUTTON. .
Piano, household moving; live stock
hauled. D. 8720. 1006 Cass St.
i'lLMb developed; rolls, 10c; packa, 16c
cne-day service. Kase Studio, Neville Blk
Hth and Harney.
Fixtures and Wiring.
FlTTRTfTW Electrlo washing machines,
U U IWXVlliI electrlo Irons and reading
lamps. 2223 Cuming St. Douglas 2511.
TAMJTlw pay bet prc wl,h
UliXalXJiS LO privilege to buy back
at small profit. GROSS, 402 N. 16th St.
Live Stock Hauling.
Wii v.-1 1 1 haul your live atock. ,
LIVE STOCK TRANSFER CO..
?20 Farnsm St. Telephone Douglas 2608,
PILES, fistula and other rectal dis
eases cured without surgical oper
ation. Cure guaranteed. Write for
bock on rectal diseases with testi
DR. E. R. TARRY,
240 Bee Bldg., Omaha.
DR. MABLE WESSON.
614 Brandels Bldg. T. 2960. Res 4741
Piano Tuning and Repairing.
W. R. Dalhey piano tuner. Douglas 0207.
STUROES & 8TURQES, U. S. and foreign
patents ana Irnilemarke. 830 Bee Bldg.
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Inter
national Patent Co., 603 Brandels. D. 6611
Printing and Office Supplies.
Waters-Barnhart Ptg. Co., 624 8. 13th St.
' QUALITY RUG CLEANERS.
Nclentlfto Olive Oil Washlnr.
Persian Rug Cleaning Co., 3267 Farnam.
' ll. 1843.
BARGAINS, 1213 Farnam,
J. J. Dertght Safe Co.
Dledrlck, P, L 216 8. 20th. Tailor. D. 2433.
Omaha Towel Supply, 207 8. llth. D. 628
CLKCO COMFORT TRUSSES,
Kitted Perfectly hv Knri
The W. O. Cleveland Co., 1410-12 Harney St.
WEDDINO announcements and printing.
upugias rr nnng i o Tel. Douglas 644
ARB you looking for an opportunity to en
ter Into a profitable business In Omaha.
If so it will pay you to investigate our
proposition, we are manufacturers and
distributors of extracts, alders, fruit Juices,
etc., used by the leading cafes, soda foun.
tains ana drug. stores in Omaha and sur
rounding territories. The present prohi
bition wave throughout the country and
this territory particularly hold forth for
tnis line of business a very bright future.
Moat of our business Is being done by
mall and la growing rapidly as our books
will show. This Is a rare opportunity for
the right party or parties. I havs good
reasons for selling. This proposition will
stand the most rigid investigation. Must
be sold within the next 30 days. Address
404 Bromley Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
A GROCERY AND MEAT.
' Clearing from 3400 to 3500 over and
yltbove expenses; never before was ever
offered to sell; doing a strictly cash busi
ness; not a cent of credit and no deliv
ery; will sell at Invoice, and will stand
Investigation- do not anawer unless you
are ready to do business and have the
cash. Box 7460, Bee. ,
FOR SALE Dry cleaning and steam press
ing plant, doing rug cleaning and hat
blocking; positively best In town of
Grand Island; all machinery up to date;
fine location; bettor look this up; a
aplendid opportunity In this growing
town. Address Box 427, Grand Island,
WILL sell controlling Interest In Nebraska
corporation doing manufacturing business.
Have other business Interests which take
entire time; fine opportunity for one who
desire to enter bualness with largs pose!
bllltlea. 36,000 cash will handle. Box 14S7.
FOR BALE A clean and up-to-date stock
or hardware and grorertea. Well establish
ed. Invoicing about $11,000; will aell or
rent buildings, price right Other business
pressing. No trades.
Address Lock Box. 324 Holdrege, Neb.
FOR SALE Clean, up-to-date hardware ft
Queensware stork, doing fine business. Lo.
cated In the Great Winter Wheat Belt,
Northwest Kansas, Cleanest and beat lo
cated atock In the country.
Address Box 214, Norton, Kansas.
FOR SALE; Restaurant, confectionery. Ice
cream parlor, iruits ana tobacco; every
thing first class. Good trade. Living
room In rear. No hotel. For quirk aale
will Invoice stock and fixtures. Box 4,
Elk Creek. Neb.
FOR SALE Blacksmith and auto rfpalr
bustuess, with tools and atock, also prop
erty, both residence and shop. Fin lo
cation on main auto road, doing a fine
business. O. M. Sssseen, Unadtlla, Neb.
MUST SELL AT ONCE SUBURBAN PIC
TURK SHOW DOING GOOD BUSINESS;
BEST REASON FOR SELLING: INVES
TIGATE THIS QUICK. BOX C024, OMA
HA BEE. PHONE WEa S711.
GUARANTY locate you; any line business;
any state. Guarantee sell your business.
F. V. Kniest, Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE Harness business in best tarm
. lng country in Nebraska; only shop In
town. 3. C Wolfe, Lodge Pole, Neb.
ONLY Pool hall for sale in good town; 1
tables and everything in good shape. Ad
dress Box Y-641, Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE Four shares Sprague Tire and
Rubber Co. preferred stock. Address. P,
O, Box 744. Omaha.
SMALL Laritrs-Qents' furnishing store for
gait. F. V. Kniest, Bee BldgxOmah,
OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAY
YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BUY A
BARGAIN IN A USED CAR." WE
HAVE ONLY A FEW LEFT AND ARE
CLOSINO THEM OUT
LOUSLT LOW PRICES.
LOOK THEM OVER
MAKE US AN OFFER:
1114 Six Studebaker ....1300.00
HIS Six Studebaker .... 426.00
1917 Four Studebaker ... 660.00
HIT Sis Studebaker .... 100.00
1113 Four Studebaker
Roadster .... 11,000.00
. 3416 Farnam St.
' Tyler 2834.
HUDSON SIX Perfect condition, new tires.
and two bodies, one t passenger and one
town car body. Both Ilk new, bargain at
FORD Car with express delivery body,
fine condition, 1260.
ANDREVy MURPHY Sc. SON,
14th and Jackson Sts
Wrecked and leaky radiator repaired
and rebuilt; large atock used radiator on
hand. Mashed fender and lamps repaired
like new. Highest price paid for Junk
OMAHA RADIATOR, TIRB A AUTO
1111 Cuming St. Omaha. Neb.
4-Pass. 1917, Scripps-Booth,
, still new, good tires, $700,
Call Weber, Tyler 1000.
LISTEN We will save you 60 per cent on
your tire bill. Trade your old tire for
new one. Tube vulcanized 6 cents, cas
ings 60 cents up. Rebuilt, 2 in 1 casings
for sale, 33 up. U. S. machines for sale.
U. S. Vulcanlzer Co.,. Branch 16, 320 S.
12th St., Omaha.
KELSEY "Streamline" body makes old Ford
new. Sol. S. Goldstrom Co., -distributor,
2807 Farnam street. Telephone Harney
6646. Fords sold for cash or time pay
ments. Molina 6 -pass, car, splendid family car.
$360, Maxwell, a dandy small oar, 1100,
2122 Cuming St.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
All makes. With and without starters,
36 to pick from. Phone D, 2214 or call
at 1616 Davenport
BOYLAN AUTO CO.,
ALL kinds of cars for hire, with or with
out driver, by the mile' or by the hour.
Fords, lOo per mile. Douglas 7390. Ne
braska Service Garage.
NEW Maxwell cars, 1118 models, for sale.
3300 cash, bslance monthly payments as
desired. Answer strictly confidential. Box
60S J, Ree.
CUMING GARAGE, 3416 Cuming St. D.
2833T Storage, day and night service,
carbon burning, welding, general auto re
pairing. MODEL 16 VELIE. very powerful. This
car will make ideal rebuilt truck: Very
low price, Card-Adams Motor Co., 2421
BARGAINS IN USED FORD CARS,
McCaffrey Motor Co.
16th and Jiackaon, Ford Agents. Doug. 3600,
WANTED FOR 8POT CASH, 100 USED
CARS; quick action; no delay. Auto Ex
change Co., 3061 Farnam Bt. Doug. 6036,
MEEK8 AUTO CAR.
TTSED CAR BARGAINS.
S0S8 FARNAM ST. DOUGLAS 2!0.
WE ARE THE USED CAR MEN.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
Ill" Farnam Bt. Douglas 1071.
OUALITY USED CARS.
VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILE CO..
2406 LEAVENWORTH BT.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS.
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
2020 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
(0 FORDS WANTED.
AUTO PARTS COv
2106 , FARNAM ST.
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L SMITH,
tth and Farnam Bts. Douglss 1170,
OAKLAND, Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO.,
2100 Farnam St.
BARGAIN'S in used cars.
ORR MOTOR SALES CO.,
40th and Farnam. Harney 414.
TELL & BINKLEY.
Commercial body builders. 231$ Harney
St.. D. 1549.
CHALMERS 1116 Caboulet or Roadster. In
first-class condition. Cheap, Harney 2667.
NEW 111$ model 4-cyllnder Studebaker
2S72 Pratt Colfax 400$.
Starters and Generators Repaired.
Anything electrical about your auto.
$14 8. llth St. Douglas 6461.
Auto Livery and Oarages.
RENT A FORD DRIVE IT YOURSELF.
lOo a mile, 16o per hour minimum charge.
(EXCEPT Sundays and holidays.)
FORD LIVERY CO..
Douglas 3622. 1214 . Howard St,
EDWARDS, E. S.. 2614 llth St Web
ster liox. For the best results with repair
work consult us.
Tires and Supplies.
ONE HALF PRICE.
' $.00$ Miles Guaranteed.
19x2, $7.7 J: Sx2Uj, $8.76; $2x21., $10.26;
23x4. $11 W: S4x4, $11.25; $6x4H, $16.60.
Write 4 today for particulars.
Expert Radiator and Tire Repairing
"2 IN 1" VULCANIZING CO.,
1614 Davenport SL Omaha, D. 2914.
NEW TIRES AT H PRICE. ALL SIZES.
NEW 29x1 Firestone, $$.50; Ford tubes, $2
NEW SOxJH LEE TIRES $13
NEW 33x4 Flsk Non-Skid ...$20.7$
KAIMAN'S TIRE JOBBERS, 1721 CUMINO.
INSIST on G. G. quality retread and
savs $9 per cent on your tires. Bargains
In new and slightly used tires. G. A Q.
Tire Co., 1415 Leavenworth SL Tyler
TIRE price wrerkers. This Is no 2-in-l tire.
COMBINATION TIRE FACTORY.
422 8. llth. Agts wanted. Omaha. Neb.
BUY Lee puncture-proof pneumatic tires and
eliminate your tire troubles.- Powell Sup
ply Co., 2061 Farnam St,
FOUR almost new Goodyear 14x4 tirea and
tubes, less than half price. Barnum-Smlth
Co.. 2122 Cuming.
THE Salvation Army Industrial Home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, maga
zines, v Ws collect. We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4136 and our wagon will call. Call
and inspect our new home, 1110-1112-1114
OMAHA Bath Inst. Electric, steam or tub
baths, massages of al lklnds. 228 Neville
Blk. Douglas 7381. 16th and Harney Sts.
MISS FISHER, sulphur, steam baths and
massage, 370 Bran. Thea. Bldg. D. 1651.
MASSAGE, baths, manicuring physical
cult Miss Walker, 224 Neville Blk.
MIS3 ALLEN, magna ge, facial and scalp
treatment 1802 Farnam St. Room 2.
MAE BRUOMAN, scientific masseuse and
baths. 202 Karbach .Blk. Red 2727.
OTTO ANDERSON, baker, pleas answer,
Joe Staak, Carroll, la.
SCIENTIFIC Masseuse. Miss Halran, 222-3
Manicuring and maas. 1623 Farnam. R. 11.
SCIENTIFIC mass. 618 Paxton Blk. D. 6372.
MISS WEST, manicure, mass. 210 N. 17th.
Motorcycles arid Bicycles v
MOTORCLCLE for sale; one 12-horse pr.
twin cylinder, Harley-Davldson, with side
car; all electrically equipped: as good as
new; 3160 cash; owner goes to war. J. B.
Banker, Talmsge, Neb.
H A R L E Y-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos, the Motorcycle Man, 27th and Leav
enworth. - -
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? Delays
are dangerous. If you can't call, write.
Hours.' la m. to 6 p. m., 7:30 to -3:30
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. V
WANTED With a line of grain elevators,
a position by a competent man, above
draft ago; will give any kind of references
desired, also bond. C. Adams, Palisade,
WANTED Steady work June 1, with chance
for advancement tor ambitious young man,
not In draft. Council Bluffs preferred.
Reference furnished, G. A. Manley.
PAINT, carpet and paper cleaning, the Na
tional cleaning and service company, 2701
Leavenworth St Harney 6012.
STENOGRAPHIC work by young man of
11. Experienced. Box 7463, Omaha Bee.
A COLORED man wants job work in eve
ning after 6. Webster 2221.
HOUSEC LEANING, window washing and
rug cleaning, Webster 698.
COLORED man wants housecleaning, Doug
las 3304. - v
SITUATION wanted by young woman as
housekeeper for widower or elderly couple.
Only reliable people need answer. Box
CAPABLE elderly lady desires preceding
housekeeping in some trustworthy home.
Reference given. 2G17 Hamilton.
WANTED Plain and fancy sewing by re
liable colored lady. Tel. Webster 3213.
GUARANTEED dressmaking. Call evenings.
PRACTICAL nurse wants maturity cases.
LADY wants garden and lawn work. Tel,
WANT 2 or J children to care tor by com'
petent lady; nice home. Webster 4963.
WOMAN wants offices to clean. Har. 6276,
PLAIN Sewing neatly done. Call Wai. 2074
Laundry and Day Work.
WASHING Rough dry or finished ; blank
ets and curtains specialty; soft water.
COLORED lady with references wants place
I or 4 days each week, Webster 4521.
LAUNDRESS wishes work; bundles called
for and delivered. Webster 6322.
FIRST CLASS colored laundress with refer
ence. Douglas $712.
LAUNDRY work called for and delivered,
BUNDLE washing, rough, dry and finished.
WOMuN wants day work, ret
BUNDLE washing to take home. Webster
LAUNDRESS Washing by the hour. Web.
DAY work wanted. Webster 1491.
DAY work and bundle washing. Web. 1088,
CURTAINS laundered, w k guar. Har. 1130,
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
BANK MEN WANTED.
Experienced assistant cashier for
Wyoming bank, with half million de
posits, town of 2,000.
Experienced bookkeeper for Wyoming,
ba.nk with $450,000 deposits, town of
Bookkeeper, experienced with osion
. ledger, for Kansas bank, town of 15,
000, salary $110.
Two assistant csshlers for western Ne
braska bank, In towns of 600 and 1,000,
salary $100 to start. ,
Numerous openings for stenographers
nd bookkeepers, banking experience not
always required. ; '
We are the Bank Position Specialists.
THE CHARLES E. WALTERS CO.
rinii National Unit. Bldg.. umana
WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEP-
JS.n; UUU1J UrKNINQFOR RIGHT fABfi;
GIVE REFERENCE,-. STATING AGE AND
SALARY WANTED TO "START ON.
ANSWER PROMPTLY, 80 CAN AR
RANGE INTERVIEW EARLY PART OF
WEEK. ALSO GIVE PHONE NUMBER.
BOX 6063, BEE.
TOU MEN WHO. HIRE AND FIRE
Advertise for "help" the same way you
advertise to sell merchandise, and ths
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
BILLING clerk; must be competent; rapid
and accurate at figures. '
CUDAHY PACKING CO.
14th and Jones.
WANTED Enerint hooklceeDer and
iruugrrapner xor general lion
Idaho. Salary $100. Referencs required.
Box Y 641. Omaha Bee.
BOOKKEEPER, $90, $110.
Office boys, $40, $60.
THE MARTI SERVICE.
915-16 W. a W. Bldg.
BOOKKEEPERS, $10-1126; cigar clerk. $86;
office clerk, $75.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.
1015 City National Bank. -
COUNTER man, auto accessory firm.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASSN.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
AMBITIOUS YOUNG MAN 367-170
2 GARAGE MEN 310-3100
THE CANO AGENCY 600 BEE BLDG.
BOOKKEEPER, small office, 1100; Ledger
clerk, 170; oraer UlerK, stso.
WATTS REP. CO, 1138 1st National Bank.
' Professions and Trades.
Apply in person to the
superintendent of trans
portation, second floor,
Merchants' National Bank
OMAHA & COUNCIL
MACHINISTS and moulders wanted for
large plant doing tractor and government
' work. Inexperienced men trained for the
above trades. Big wages to foundry la
borers and helpers. Bonus proposition.
Good shop conditions. Steady employ
ment. Apply at once. HART-PARR
COMPANY, CHARLES CITY, IA.
Strong Men, Steady Work
And Good Pay.
OMAHA PAPER STOCK CO.,
18th and Marcy St.
WANTED Experienced - laundryman and
wife to operate small laundry In new, mod
ern hotel of 60 rooms In small town in
Nebraska. Flat work for hotel only.
Steady position for right people. Salary
376 per month, room and board. Address
Box 7415 Omaha Bee.
Young man for service department and
Apply the '
B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER CO.,
HELP WANTED First-class linotype
operator and a pressmsn to work on
cylinder and gordon. Permanent jobs to
right men. Eight-hour day shift. Write
or wire State Publishing Co., Pierre, 8. D.
WANTED Expert auto mechanic; good on
welding and lathe work; steady work
ana good salary.
THE CORNISH GARAGE." Lyons, Neb.
WANTED A man with pump drilling out
fit to go to Kimball county, Neb. Several
wells over 200 feet to be drilled this
summer Apply to Box 643, Blair, Neb.
LINOTYPE OPERATOR wanted June 1, in
six-man shop, town 6,000. Weekly paper
and Job shop. Write full particulars and
salary required. Herald, Clarlnda, la.
WANTED An experienced grocery clerk,
one with some knowledge of trimming
windows. Apply Washington Market,
1407 Douglas Bt.
SHOEMAKER wanted; steady work, good
pay; apply at once. The Wide Awake,
622 South Sixteenth St.
WANTED Two experienced egg men. Must
be steady workers. Fremont Ceramery
vo., Fremont, Neb. . .
WANTED Experienced paper cutters. Ap
ply Carpenter Paper Co., 1th . and Har
ney Sts. '
LEARN barber trade, low rates now. Call
or write Barber College. 1124 Douglas 8t
AN all around experienced candymaker;
steady worn, box 710. Omaha Bee.
WANTED Meat cutters. Apply Washing
ton Market, 1407 Douglas St.
WANTED Upholsterer for furniture depart'
-ment Box 41406 Bee
WANTED Painter. Call Harney 2684.
WANTED Houseman at Clarkson Hospital.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
SALESMEN The McCaskey Register Co.
desires the services of high grade, aggres
sive specialty salesmen, capable of making
large earnings on very satisfactory com
mission arrangements, to sell systems,
sales books, fireproof safes, eto.; com
mission advanced weekly; preference given
applicants who have automobiles; s few
good openings for, men who can qualify;
write in confidence, giving age, experience,
knowledge of accounts and retailing. If
any, and enclose photo to E. G. Warren,
P. O. Box 693. Denver, Colo.
WANTED REAL SALESMAN.
One only. If you have real ability call
cn Guy P. Wallace at Paxton hotel, who
can show $500 per month and expehses for
your time selling a staple article on
ruaranteed Jasia. - ,
WANTED A . good, steady, gentlemanly
salesman to handle a Ward's wagon In
Douglas county; no experience needed.
For full particulars write promptly to Dr.
Ward's Medical Company, Winona, Minn,
SALESMEN Wanted for oil company in
corporated under Nebraska laws. Essieat
selling proposition on the market. Good
territory open. Schroeder, 1419 First
Natl. Bank Bldg.
SHOEMAKER wanted at once, must be out
of draft. A man who can sell shoes. Send
references and state salary In first letter.
Box 106, Corning, la.
SOLICITORS Opportunity to make from
$5 to $19 per day; experience unneces
sary. Call or write H. M. Hundgren,
SALESMEN'S side line; small tool that sells
to 80 per cent of garagea; 25 sold In Beau
mont in one day; $2 profit The Way Co.,
SOLICITORS Opportunity to make 'from
$5 to $10 per day: experience unnecessary.
Call or writs H. M. Hundgren, Hotel
TRAVELING salesman, grocery specialty,
WESTERN REFERENCE A BOND ASS'N.
Agents and Canvassers.
WANTED Portrait - artists and drapery
workers, E. H. Roberts Portrait Co., Kan
ass City.' Mo.
DRIVERS AND WAGON HELPERS.
ALSO FREIGHT HANDLERS.
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.
WANTED At once boy 16 to 12 years old
lor omce mna nmivnier w ui . - uooa
place for advancement. Apply room 409
Electrlo Bldg. 16th and Farnam, Neb.
BOY'"' wanted to work In store, he must
be over 16, FKELi.w Bira Lt, isei
WANTED Boy about 16 to run errands.
Kase Studio, f"T '
HELP WANTED MALE '
FOR BRIGHT BOY
South Side v
WANTED Two husky
young lads for. work in
The Bee press room. Ap
plySupt. Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED Hotel keeper to run hotel and N
cafe. Inquire First Stat Bank, Lodge- .
AGE 31 TO 60. FOR GENERAL YARD
WORK; STEADY JOB FOR GOOD MEN.
APPLY TO TIMEKEEPER,
UNION STOCK YARDS CO,,
WANTED LIVELY YOUNG MAN
For auto filling station attendant. Ap
ply to Charles Moore, 12th and Harney, f
L. V. NICHOLAS OIL COMPANY.
ELDERLY refined . man, who appreciate
congenial home for assisting with garden
work evening. Box 7326. Omaha Bee.
WANTED Reliable man for Janitor and
nignt watch at Paxton Bldg. Apply Room
Omaha Real Estate is th hrcr in.
vestment vou could make. Read The
Bee's real estate columns.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
GIRLS wanted; steady employment.
ISth and Leavenworth Sts..
STENOS., J50 to 186; Bkkprs.. $76 to 1100:
Steno. and Diet. Opr., $75; Compt. Opr.
and Typist, $65: Biller. $65: Tvnlst. $60.
WATTS REF. CO.. 1138 First Nat. Bank.
THREE stenographers, $1$ week; typist, $60;
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.
1015 City National Bank.
GIRL, 17 to 20. experienced, in talking on
phone; small 'off Ice ; salary depends.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 First Nat. Bank.
GENERAL office clerk, some typewriting
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N.
GOVERNMENT wants thousands clerks st
Washington immediately; $100 month; full
Information free. Box Y-634, Omaha Bee,
WANTED Experienced stenographer. Ap
ply .Washington Market Wholesale De
partment, 1307-9 Howard St.
COMPTOMETER OPR ..$66-$75
Trie; JAWO AGENCY, 600 BEE BLDG.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st National Bank.
GIRLS to learn trade. $45. T
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st National Bank.
Professions and Trades.'
WANTED Youngr Ladies to'
learn telephone operating.
Good wages paid while
harning, rapid advance
ment, permanent positions.
Apply to C. F. LAMBERT,
1807 Douglas St.
WANTED BY BURGESS
Experienced women for alteration
work on fine dresses.
Women for'Alteratlon Department
Only Those Thoroughly experienced
need apply. -
TO WORK 'IN FACTORY. -GOOD
PAY TO BEGINNERS.
3TH AND DODGE.
WANTED It girls, experienced on power1
ewlng machines. Experienced operators
can earn from $13 to $16 per week. Light, .
clean, steady Work. Two weeks - guaran- -tea
given new beginners. Omaha Aute
Top Co., 701-11 South 15th St
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