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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 7, 1918.
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DEATHS & FUNERAL NOTICES.
MALCOLM Dorothy K., Wednesday, July 3,
1918. 17 years 7 months, at residence,
Funeral Sunday. July 7. at Bralley A
Dorranee chapel at 4 p. m. Interment at
UNDERTAKERS and licensed embalmers;
also private ambulance. Call Webstor 47.
Willi! C. Crosby, 2511 N, 24th Sn
JOHN A GENTLK.MAN, undertaker and
embalmer, 3411 Farnam St. Harney 392.
HULSE & RIEPEN, undertakers and em-
balmers. 701 S. 16th. Douglas 1226.
STACK & FALCONER
Independent Undertakers. 33d & Far, H. 400,
E. U DODDER CO.. Funeral Directors.
y. . Fero,. Mgr., 23d and Cuming Sts.
Phona Dougiag 677. Auto am bu 1 ances.
HOFFMANN FUNE RAL HOME,
Hoffmann quality service, cost less.
J4th and Dodge. Douglas 2901.
FF,ori8lv LEE L. LARMON
1814 Douglas St. Douglas 8244.
ATDONAGHUE 1623 HARNEY.
Flowers ghlpped everywhere. Exp, prepaid.
PARKER FLOWER SHOP. 418 S. 16. P. 3102.
ROGERS, Florist, 319 S. 15th. D- j400
BATH Careful Florist, 1804 Farnam St.
L, Henderson ,DH9Farnam, D. 1 g4jL
MONUMENT & CEMETERIES.
WEST LAWN offers sympathetic service In
sudden sorrow; perpetual care; no assess
ments; lots on easy terms. Phone Wal. 820.
THE largest display of monuments in the
United States. FRANK SVOBODA, 1215
2K S. l.Hh. Phone Douglas 1873-6216.
CARD OF THANKS.
vTT; WISH to thank our many friends for
their kind service and sympathy and
beautiful floral offerings during the long
illness and death of our beloved wife and
II H, W. H. WINANS,
MR AND MRS. E. E. WINANS.
M )l. AN DM RS. C. F. BARROWS.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births: John and Mary Nixon, Florence
FVU1. girl; Christopher and Melvin Bedford,
f,"!2 South Twenty-eighth, boy; Danzy and
.l.-Iana Porter, 2616 N street, boy; Peter and
Julia Cyronek, 2809 South Twenty-seventh,
hov; John Frances Jermiah, Thlrty
ffVit and Madison, boy; Antonio Concetta
Cavalerl, 2320 South Twelfth, girl; Chris
end Mary Bigheim, Benson, Neb., boy; Pan
ford and Ethel Hawkins, 3856 California,
girl; John and Daisy Helma, Springfield,
Neb., boy; Roy and Grace Gelhart, 7 Grace
street, Council Bluffs, girl; John and Marie
Jewell, 2913 Dorcas, girl; Bennle and Sara
Fenster, 1436 North Twentieth, girl; Rosalro
and Carmela Nanfito, 608 Pierce, boy;
Theodore and Barnes Wander, 2408 Cnss,
boy; Adolph and Fannie Wolk, 1413 North
Twenty-fourth, boy; Wesly and Laura Jack
ion, 1516 North Twenty-sixth, girl.
Deaths: George Pearson, county hospital,
aged 61; Anna A. Coit, 2310 North Fifty
sixth, aged 77; Ray and Nathaniel Mar
Bhall, 2911 Parker, Infants; Nathaniel Sam
Woolheater, Florence, age 27; Adolph New
man, 3025 Cass, age 76; Anna V. (lam
mell, 3026 Myrtle, age 18 years; Willie
Hoosler, Twelfth and Boyd, age 3; William
M. Brown, 4112 North Twenty-fifth,
age 79; Coslrnlra Roslnskl, 1226 South
Forty-first. Infant; William M. Jackson,
2548 Capitol avenue, aged 65; Samuel Mo
C'onnell, Buffalo, N. T., age 52; Leo Chlng,
age 66; Joseph E. Salyards, 2526 Emmet,
age 76. in M
Permits to build have been issued the
following: L. A. Watson, 3014 Indiana,
garage, coat, $500; Louis Peronlka, 8522 U
remodel residence, cost, $300; John Zu
kowsky, 2901 Clarkson avenue, remodeling,
cost, $200; A. H. Russell, 1161 North Eight
eenth, repairs, cost, $260; Felix Wismont,
Fortieth and Monroe, cost, $1.000.
Name. Residence. Age.
Fred W. Newell, Junction City, Kan 26
Gertrude Phllbrick, Sargents Bluffs, la.. 18
Frank J. Everdlng, Camp Founston, Kan. 22
Margaret Rasmossen, Omaha 18
George L. Crafts, Omaha 30
Grace L Hostetter, Omaha 23
Fred A. Patterson, Omaha 31
Ethel King, Omaha.. r 27
Norman E. Walker, St. Joe, Mo 29
Nelllo G. Caw, St. Joe, Mo 26
Arthur J. Lowe, Bloomfield, Neb 36
Jennie F. Junean, Omaha 43
Orris J. Pothast, Lincoln, Neb 21
Llllyann Hansen, Sioux City, la 21
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons having lost some articles would
do well to call up the office of the Omaha
& Council Bluffs Street Railway company
to ascertain whether they left it In the
Many articles each day are' turned In
and the company is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owners.
IF YOU lose anything and will advertise it
here you will surely recover It If found
by an honest person. If you find any
thing of value the honest way Is to ad
vertise for the owner.
LOST Bunch of keys at Manawa bathing
beach, June 25. Reward If returned to
H. R. Miller, 328 Grain "Exchange. TeL
LOST CATALOGUE AND CASE.
Large book, red back, heavy leather
ease. Reward If returned to W. P. Gartner,
Paxton Hotel, Shopleigh sample room.
LOST Black leather purse containing mon
ey (about $8.75), several snapshot pic
tures and letter addressed to owner. Re
ward If re'urnd to Omaha Bee office.
LOST Black ribbon watch fob with gold
pendant, engraved B. E. T. Call Har
WlLL PARTY, who picked up lady's yellow
auto coat between 52d and Dodge and
Cuming call Harney 814?
FOUND Pair of lady's shoes. Call and
identify at 2417 Maple St
p"ARTY sending letter to 491S S. 20th St.,
Omaha, under date July 6, signed nobody.
Please send address to welfare board. Very
LOCAL hospital needs a baby'g high
ehalr for a sick child. Who will donate
net Address 4707, Bee,
For -Sale Miscellaneoeua
FOR SALE Well established general mer
chandise store, doing good business; sell
stock and lease building, or sell both;
only two general stores In town; popula
tion S 1,2 50 : no trades. Address Box No.
117, Chappell, Neb.
Furniture and Household Goods.
INCREASED interest i.y furniture buyers in
State Furniture Co.'s July clearance sale.
High' grade riiRs are being sold less than
present whoi-.sale cost. Furniture in
period and Colonial designs Is being
shamefully sacrificed. Dining chairs
worth $2.75 are selling at $1.65; $20 ex
tension tables at $9.7f: $15 dressers atH
$S.90; $13 beds at $.'i.9S; $8 springs at
f t. 50; $16 Ice bnses at $8.50 and so on
through the whole stork. Every Item Is
marked way down. Wo make a specialty ot
complete home outfits, also hotels and
rooming houses. R.tilr-oad fare free to
out-of-town buyers within 60 miles of
Omaha on purchases uf $20 or more.
14th and Dodge Sts.
State FurnltureCo.. Tel. Doug. 131 7 Cor.
FX' K.7fu" R if & it AMI )VARK BARGA1 N8.
Beds, springs, mat tress. dressers, chif
foniers, tables, chairs, china and kitchen
cabinets, rugs and linoleum, trunks and
suit cases, gas stoves and ice boxes, full
lino screen wire, poultry netting, garden
tools. 1S39-47 North 21th St. Tel. Web.
lf,7. Open till 9 p. in.
STATUE of Liberty In bronze metal com
plete with electric light. Mounted on
handsome base. Useful and ornamental.
Prices $1 up. Hundreds already ordered.
Write for circular. Stuyvesant Electric
Co., 335 Broadway. New S'ork.
A FUMED oak round dining room table,
sewing machine, 2 fumed oak rockers,
white enameled bed and springs, sanitary
lounge and pad, Victrola and records, 12
gauge Remington pump gun. No dealers.
ACT U A irTRUTH FOR BARGAINS Full
line of furniture, gas and coal oil stoves,
rugs, baby carriages, trunks, etc. Loyal
Furn. Co., 223 N. 16th.
REED baby buggy; almost new.
FOR SALE Bedroom furnituro and desk
at 110 S. 34th St. Call mornings.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
WE have several Vlctrolas that we took In
on trades for sale; In good condition.
Rouse Phonograph Parlors, Cor. 20th and
A. HOSPE CO., 1513 Douglas, have pianos
to rent at $3.50 per month, or will sell on
Typewriters and Supplies.
TYPEWRITERS sold, rented and repaired.
Rent an Oliver 3 months for $5. Central
Typewriter Exchange, 1905 Farnam.
WE buy, sell or exchange typewriters;
guar, typewriters $10 and up. Write for
list. Midland Typewriter Co., 1404 Dodge.
Boats, Yachts, Etc.
BOAT FOR SALE Cedar boat, with 2 pairs
oars, gall and rudder, price $40. This boat
Is In good condition and would cost new
$150. Owner too busy to use It, hence this
gacriflce. Call Walnut 2044, or see
J. II. DUMONT & CO.,
Phone D. 690 416-18 Keellne Bldg
FRESH country buttermilk; butter; best of
cream; strictly fresh eggs; delivered to
any part of Omaha. Phone South 215 or
Tyler 629. Wagner's.
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts
of all ucwlng machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
16th and Harney Sts. Doug. 1662.
Store and Office Fixtures.
WE buy, sell and make desks, safes, show
cases, shelving, etc. Omaha Fixture & Sup
ply Co., 11th and Douglas . D. 2724.
Machinery and Engines.
30x50 Threshing machine In good condition
for gale or trade. Geo. W. Collins, Cres
207 S. 24th St., 15 r., all mod $ 65
2110-12 Douglas St., 21-r., all mod... 110
626-30 S. 25th Ave., 19-r., all mod.. 66
1332 Park Ave., 8-r., all mod 40
648 S. 24th St., 4-r., close In 13
F. D. WEAD,
310 S. 18th St.
114 N. 24th St., 12-r.. all mod. ... $40.00
2109 Chicago St., B-r. strictly mod.. 32.50
2011 Sherman Ave., 8-r. mod 30.00
F. D. WEAD,
310 S. 18th St.
FORE SALE Good talking machine and
One parlor, pocket billiard table, com
plete, $15, or will trade for good folding
camera. 2516 N. 20th.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feathers steamed,
renovated and made up In new feather
proof ticking. 1907 Cuming. Doug. 2467.
CHERRIES for-sale aF lhnTslrruit farm.
WHITE enamel reed baby carriage and crib
for sale cheap. 2042 Charles.
ONE M. L. Schlueter sanding machine.
Box 175, Omaha Bee.
ACCORDEON, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cut work, button holes, pennants.
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO.,
300-308 Brown Bldg. Phone Doug, 1938.
HEMSTITCHING, PLEATING, BUTTONS,
O. U. VanArnam Pleating Co.,
335-7 Paxton Block. Phone Doug. t!0.
AWNINGS AND PORCH FURNITURE.
Auto touring tents and camping supplies.
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT & AWNING CO.
PRIVATE tables for parties at Holmes'.
Baggage and Express
THE ONLY WAY m'
THE OMAHA TRANSFER CO.
REPUBLIC AUTO EXPRESS COMPANY
will haul everything for you. Packages
less than 20 lbs., 13 cents. Douglas 7453.
Brass and Iron Foundries.
27th and Martha Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray iron castings.
SPINOGRAPH, Dr. Edwards, 24th and Far
Dr. J. C. Lawrence, Balrd Bldg. D. 8461.
FULL dress suits for rent. 109 N. 16th St.,
opposite Postofflce. John Feldman, Doug
JAMES ALLAN,Tl2NevUle sTk. Evidence
secured In all cases. Tyler 1 1 35.
MISS STURDY, dressmaking. Doug. 6396.
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W.JBldg.
Taft's Dental Rms., 308 Rose Bldg. D. 2186
FILM developed: rolls, 10c; packs, 15c;
one-day service. Kane Studio, Neville Blk.,
10th and Harney.
Fixtures and Wiring.
Electric washing machines.
ns and readl
lamps. 223 Cuming St.
Live Stock Hauling.
WE will haul your live stock.
LIVE STOCK TRANSFER CO.,
2209 Farnam St. Telephone Doug. 2508
ELECTRIC sharpeners; called for and de
livered; used lawn mowers for sale. Shop
at Maxotlre Station, 2910 Leavenworth.
JUliilViVJiNUO privilege to buy back
at email profit. GROSS, 402 N. 16th St.
DR. MARLE WESSON,
614 Brandeis Bldg. T. 2960. Res.,
ALL kinds of piping done, stoves connected
and adjusteed; prompt service. Webster
1783 or Webster 6 3 if
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Inter
national Patent Co.. 5S3 Brandeis. I. 6691
STUKGES & STCRGES. U. 8 and foreign
ili1 ' 1,1 trademarks. $30 Bee Hldg.
Ql'Al.lTY RUG CLEANERS.
Scientific Olive Oil Washing.
Persian Rug Cleaning Co.. 3257 Farnam
fJATPC BARGAINS. 1212 Farnam.
orvJ- LJO J, .1. Derlght Safe- Co. j
Printing and Office Supplies.
Wateis-Harnhait Pig. Co. 624 S. 13th StT
Dtedrick, P. L.
iTTs.'lotb. TaTlor. D. 2432'
PILES, fistula and other rectal dis
eases cured without surgical oper
ation. Cure guaranteed. Write for
book on rectal diseases with testi
monials. DR. E. R. TARRY.
240 Bee Bldg., Omaha.
Omaha Towel Sup
207 S. llth. D. 628.
CLECO COMFORT TRUSSES.
Fitted Perfectly by Experljs.
The W. O. Cleveland Co., 1410-12 Harney St.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 644.
MOTORCYCLE Sale or trade 1!I17 twin In
dian, run about S00 ml.; good as new, tan
dem saddle, Prest-o-Lite. Will give a
good swap for 1917 electric Harley. Will
pay the difference, If any, or sell for
cash. C. P. Hamilton, Box 71, Glenwood,
WANTED TO BUY
TTTWTTWQ tlas 'ust returned and
O EiL JXlly O wiu giVe you the same
good servtre that he gave In the past. Help
win the war. Sell your old clothes, shoes,
rugs, tools, trunks and buy W. S. S.
Will call. Res. D. 8933. Office, 2536.
WANTED DRAY WAGON,
of about two tons capacity. Also set of
dray harness. Must be In first class con
dition. Describe fully and give price in
first letter. Montgomery Lumber Co.,
Winner, S. D.
BE PATRIOTIC! HELP UNCLE. SAM,
SELL YOUR OLD CLOTHES AND
BUY LIBERTY BONDS. GIVE ME
A TRIAL. WILL CALL. PHONE
DOUG. 1439 1219 DOUGLASST.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks bought, gold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1201 Farnam. D. 6146.
WANT TO BUY Second-hand cylinder
block for four-cylinder, model 25, Stude
baker touring car. Ira C. Nichols, Miller,
Neb.: R. R. No 1.
WANTED to buy 6 or 7-passenger closedln
Douy lor mouei ,01 iaauiac car, uox
TU A TrnTna SOL BERGMAN & CO.
DIXIJIIOIX UVJ 40(1 South 16t'
WE PAY YOU HIGHEST PRICE'S FOR
CLOTHES. OA.LL US FIRST. DOUG 6914.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN COLO
RADO Colorado has hundreds of splendid
opportunities awaiting the Investor. Need
ed business establishments In various
growing cities and towns Include alfalfa
mills, auto liveries, bakeries, barber shops,
bean cleaning plants, blacksmith shops,
bottle works, brick plants, broom factor
ies, butcher shops, canning factories, ce
ment and cement block plants, creameries
and cheese factories, dehydration plants,
dressmakers, dry goods and general stores,
flour mills, fruit stores, furniture gtores,
garages, glass factories, grain elevators,
grocery stores, hardware stores, harness
shops, hot houses, hotels, tee plants, Jew
elry stores, laundries, lime kilns, light
plants, lumber yards, milk condenserleg,
millinery stores, newspapers, ore mills,
packing plants, pickle factory, picture
shows, plumbing and heating plants,
power and light plants, real estate agen
cles, restaurants, sanitorlums, shoe
maker and shoe stores, silo factorieg, stor
age warehouses, sugar factories, tailor
shops, theaters, tinshopa and zinc smelt
ers. For Information concerning any of
the foregoing opportunities address the
Colorado State Board o Immigration,
Denver, Colo. I
FOR SALE, DRUG STORE
Doing excellent business; has large cli
entele; present owner operating for more
than 25 years; but unable to continue on
account of sickness. An excellent chance
for a lady Vor gentleman druggist regis
tered In Nebraska to buy at reasonable
terms. Must be a person of business
ability and responsible. For luch a part
there Is a bright future In purchasing this
store as it Is located In a place that Is
Improving from year to year. Address box
154, Omaha Bee.
THAT PROTECT AND PAT.
BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE.
Send sketch or model for search.
Highest references. Best results.
Watson E. Coleman -yer.
Pacific Bldg. Washington. D. C.
WARcondltTons and rapid development have
given ggso to many professional opportu
nities of exceptional merit In Colorado. A
survey of the state shows a large number
of attractive openings for bankers,
dentists, druggists, lawyers, newspapers,
opticians, photographers, physicians and
veterinarians. If you want to locale in
a good growing town, add?-ess the Colo
rado State Board of Immigration, Denver,
24 rooms of exceptionally good furniture
for sale or trade, In a good locality, rents
reasonable. A good opportunity for one
wishItig4to continue the roomlijg house.
Sickness reason for selling. Good Income
frem present location. Furniture clear,
nothing against it. Box 1S9, Omaha Bee.
SHOE SHOP FOR SALE.
One of the best paying shoe shops for
ale with Landls No. 12 outfit, also small
stock of shoes. This shop hag never been
for sale before, will give progpectlve
buyer reason for gelling. Royal Shoe
Shop, Boulder Colo.
FOR SALE Fully equipped blacksmith
shop, located In fine live town of 1,200
In northwest Iowa; has two complete sets
of tools and equipment, electric power,
everything up to date; priced for quick
sale at $3,000; $2,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent. Address Y 607, Omaha J3ee.
BE INDEPENDENT Chiropractic Doc
tors earn $3,000 to $0,000 yearly; work
for yourself; this good paying profession
quickly learned by correspondence; low
rates; easy terms; Illustrated Book and
Charts free. American University, 157
Manlerre Building, Chicago.
FOR SALE A pool and billiard business,
with cigar and tobacco stock and all fix
tures, doing a ftne business; easy rent;
In a town of 8,000 population: fine loca
tion. Price $2,500. E. Goodman, Cres
FOR SALE A set of abstract books, doing
a good business. Would accept good In
come property or farm land that Is clear
and not Inflated. Good opening for an
attorney. Price $8,000. E. Goodman,
OMAHA restaurant, completely equipped,
large, well established; good location,
costing $18,000. Business reasons; offered
, $1,000 cash on property. Box 6351, Omaha
BUY A HOG.
Send for free booklet that telle how
you can actually own a hog, have It cared
for and still make 20 per cent annually.
Address Midwest Hon Co.. 607 Denbam
Y mug-, Denver, Colo
WANTED Man with capital to Join hie In
developing 5,000 to 10,000 acres good New
Jersey land, midway between New York,
Philadelphia and Atlantlo City near bay
and ocean. W a. Spangler. Bern'egat, N. J.
FOR SALE Complete equipment of a 22
room hotel; furnishings NEW; new, mod
ern hldg.; good place for man and wife;
health reason: must leave this month: If
Interested, address Box Y 610, Omaha Bee.
UNUSUAL opportunity for men to rid them
selves of prostate disorders; see our ad
vertisement under personal In these
columns. The Electrothermal Co., Oliver
ltlrtg., Steubenvllle. O.
GOOD paying drug store. Cor. 16th and
Davenport; new fixtures and fountain,
well assorted stock, excellent location.
Will sell at Invoice. See us at once.
ANY' business relating to Canada solicited;
lands cared for, loused, sold, exchanged,
cropped. Frank Crawford, Omaha and
PICTURE show in town of 800 people for
sale or trade for house In Omaha not ex
ceeding $4,000. Price $l,8i"0. Address Box
YH02. Omaha Hee.
HOTEL TO LETA nice" well locatedhotei
In eastern Nebraska Junction town. For
particulars address or see F. O. Kucera,
BICYCLE and general repair shopt, cheap
for cash on account of leaving city, 1616.
GUARANTY locate you; any line business;
any state; guarantee sell your business.
F. V. Knlcst, Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE l'ooThail,-6 tables and " good
fixtures; Neb. town S.500. Price $1,600.
Address Pox Y 609, Omaha Bee.
FHK SALE Ice route with team and nil
equipment. Call evenings, 8412 Snhler t.
STORE for sale; rent $9; good business. F.
V. Knlcst. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neh
Rooming Houses for Sale.
HOTEL FOR SALE 29 furnished rooms,
modern, three railroads, only hotel. Lock
Box C. Clifton. Kan.
EXP. colored janitor, married, wishes to
take charge of apt. Walnut 664.
BOOKKEEPER AND OFFICE MANAGER
thoroughly experienced In banking and
morvantlle lines has come West to locate
In or near Omaha. Can take shorthand
and operate typewriter. Married, past
draft age. Best of references, gome local.
Address Box 133, Omaha Bee.
PAINT, carpet and paper cleaning, the Na
tional Cleaning and Service company, 270$
Leavenworth St. Harney 6012.
CASHIER of bank lust sold out. Open for
like position. C. H. Eckery, Lincoln, Neb.
R. 3, Box 60.
sires position responsible firm. Can
handle heavy work. Box 163, Omaha Bee.
F1RST-CLTSS laundress wanti day work.
High school girl wants collecting to do
In afternoons; experience. Tyler 1664-J.
Laundry and Day Work.
WANTED Washing and Ironing two or
three days a week. Call Webster 4521.
EXPERIENCED laundress wlshos worli.
sundered. Call and
deliver. Web. 42X3.
BUNDLE washing, fancy clothes specialty.
BUNDLE washing, lst-class laundress. Har.
Rel. col. lady wants day work. Web. 1301.
DAY woriTwanted. ("all Webster 698.
CURTAINS laundered, w'k guar. Har, 1130.
LAUNDRY-" work by hour. Web. 2058.
WOMAN wants day work; ref. Web. 222U
CALL Dougias 6317. Day work wanted.
WANTED Bundle washing. Call Web. 1871.
GIRL wishes day work Webster 2327.
BUNDLE washing, lace curtaing. Web. 1727.
WANT work yb the day South 1013.
Dav work and bundle washing Web 1088.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
YOU MENW HO HIRE AND FIRE
Advertise for "help" the game way 701'
advertise to aell merchandise, and the
difference 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
BOOKKEEPER, Insurance office, $125;
j bookkeeper mercantile, experience, $125;
bookkeeper and office manager, small
office, $125; retail man to eventually take
charge of store, experience In line not
necessary, $100; bank clerk, out of town,
$100; traveling salesman, established
trade, staple line, $100 and expenses;
traveling salesman, leading auto truck
line, $150; general office clerk, high
school graduate will do, $75; assistant
bookkeeper, young man, $65; shipping
clerk, $75; general office man In credit
department of wholesale house, $100; ex
perienced railroad clerk for wholesale
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N.
Originators of the Reference Business.
736 First National Bank Building.
TWENTY THREE A.
MAN TO TAKE CARE OF PERSONAL
INJURY CLAIMS AT PACKING HOUSE
IN SOUTH OMAHA. REASONABLE SAL
ARY TO 8TART WITH. PREFER MAR
RIED MAN. BOX 4691. BEE.
One who has had packing house experi
ence, reasonable salary and good oppor
tunity for right party. Box 4706, Bee.
Traffic man, $100 to $125; ledger clerk,
$100; Bhlpplng clerk, $100; assistant ship
per, $90; R. R. clerk, wholesale. $100;
stock clerk, $65; office clerks, $100-$90-$80;
typist, good future, $75; collector, $85.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
1138 1st National Bank Bldg.
WANTED First-class stenographer with
law office experience. Man with law
training preferred. Will be given oppor
tunity to assist In trial and other law
HAINER, CRAFT & EDOERTON,
WANTED Two stenographers at lsast two
years' experience, neat and Intelligent.
Dictation heavy. Salary $H0 per month.
Hours short. Monday afternoon call Room
603, Merchants National Bank Bldg.
CREDIT man $150-$175; stenographers, $70-185-1100;
office clerk, $60.
ONLY 60 CENTS TO REGISTER.
THE MARTI COMPANY
1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
WANTED Experienced draftsman. General
layout and floor pla.fi work. Position per
manent. Bring sample of work. Call
room 603, Merchants National Bank Bldg.
ASSIST, auditor, packing house experience
essential, .for good firm In Utah, $160;
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat'I Bank.
GROCERY CLERK WANTED Must be lst
class experienced man; (only hustlers need
apply). Steady position. Write P. O. Box
671, Wayne, Neb.
OMAHA railway mall clerk examinations
coming; hundreda wanted; $90 month;
sample questions free. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 231-F, Rochegter. N Y
BKKPS., $100-$f25. Stenos, $76-$ 00. Of
fice rlka l7R-'11Aft rtnllA. or..tlon
Operatlve Ref. Co.', 1015 City Nat'I Bank.
PUBLIC BOOKKEEPER Satisfactory ser
vice for merohanta, manufacturers, con
tractors, professional men. Harney 1024.
A LARGE wholesale concern wants an ex
perienced voucher clerk. Box 4708, Bee.
GOnn prisiTTrx!o -p att. Ttub-a
THE CANO AGENCY, 600 BEE BLDO.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Man to take charge of stock
room of large automobile distributor; over
draft age; with gome knowledge of aifto
moblle parti and clerical .experience. If
you are not capable of filling this position
do not answer. Give age, experience, ref
erences and salary dealrefl. Box 114, Oma
HELP WANTED MALE
Professions and Trades.
Apply in person to the
superintendent of trans
portation, second floor,
Merchants' National Bank
OMAHA & COUNCIL
IV Ivors and
AMERICAN RAILWAY EXl'RESS
Apply Union Station office.
'OPEN SHOP NO STRIKE.
MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS
wanting Immediate and steady employ
ment n well equipped shops, paying from
60 to 63 cents per hour for an eight hour
day, 'and under unusually ttraettve
climatic and living conditions, should move
to Pueblo or correspond with
The Pueblo Employers' Association,
Box 4S7 Pueblo, Colo.
WANTED Toung man to work
In the press room. Apply to
Supt., Bee Publishing Co.
WORK for motoimeu and conductors on
eloclrlo railways southern California
Wages 35o to 4.rc per hour, according to
service. Best climate In finest country
on earth. Age limit for men In sound
physical condition; experienced, 4!i years;
not experienced, 36 years. Extra men
make U0 or more per month. No strike,
Students paid while breaking In. Address
with record. Box 42. I.os Angeles, Cal.
WANTED Ornamental lion worker, able to
handle fire escape work; also two struc
tural gteel men for general shop work
Steady work. Write, stating experience
ana vagos expected
ST. JOSEPH STRUCTURAL STEEL CO
St. Joseph, Mo.
A GOOD blacksmith wanted to take charge
of a well equipped shop and tools. Will
hire by month or rent shop and tools by
the month. Inquire at Farmers State
Hank. Cortland. Neb.
FIREMEN, hrakemen, baggagemen, 8 hours,
$140; colored porters wanted everywhere.
Experience unnecessary. 718 Ry. Bureau,
East St. Louis. 111.
HARDER wanted at once; steady work for
right man; good hours; $18.00, 60 per
cent over $26. C. A. Bernhardt, West
WANTED Experienced automobile repair
man. Apply service department, Guy L.
Smith. Twenty-sixth and Farnnm stroetg.
WANTED rain t e r wit h swing! ng gt "ag e",
to paint standplpe. Addrees Water Com
missioner, Winner, Neb.
ACTIVE young man with two years' drug
experience; $75.00 and room. Box 1622
LEARN barber trade, low rates now Call
or write Barber College 1124 Dnuglaa Ht
WANTED Upholsterer for furniture depart
ment Box 41405 Bee
Salesmen and Solicitors.
SALESMAN wanted for our line In South
Dakota and part of northwestern Iowa.
To call on clothing and general stores.
Man with established trade In these ter
ritories given preference. State your towna
covered, amount of business at each town
for the last year and the previous one or
two years. Also how long in present em
ployment and with whom you were pre
viously connected. .
F. BRODY & SONS CO.,
Des Moines, la.
WANTED Tailoring sales age.-.M. Big
money to be made from the v ry start.
Get In your own business as we offer
you an opportunity of the lifetime, either
traveling or doing business in your own
town. We are the largest made to meas
ure tailoring house in the country, fur
nishing without con to you a big and
complote equipment, Including 400 new
and guaranteed woolens as well ag a
special army uniform line of 60 patterns.
You take ordera for made to measure
clothes, perfect fit and beet workman
ship, full satisfaction guaranteed. Hun
dreds of merchants In the leading cities
and towns have started with our ling as
we are an old, reliable house. If you
want to make $60 or $75 per week at
once, write today for full particulars giv
ing your experience as salesman or tailor
ing sales agent, If any. H. S. Stewart,
1534 So. Western Ave., Chicago 111.
SALESMAN Real ability, clear record,
hard worker, for splendid opening as
resident traveler In our western Iowa
territory. Your answer must advise If
exempt, give full details, selling record,
age, if married, etc. Either salary and
expenses or commission with drawing ac
count. State which preferred. Largest
manufacturerer auto dressings, polishes,
soaps, enamels, etc., selling to garages,
hardware, supply, harness general storea
and other dealers. Address C. L. W
1534 So. Western Ave., Chicago.
LARGE concern has vacancy open for a
high class salesman about 30 years old.
Only want to hear from experienced
talesman who can show good record.
Salary and expenses guaranteed and
salesman who can build up business can
expect to earn liberal bonus, that Is, your
salary here will be as big as your capac
ity. Give brief details of past record In
reply to this ad.
Address Box No 131, Omaha Bee.
To sell high-class proposition.
729 First Nat'I Bank Bldg.
THE Andrew Jorgens Co., manufacturers
toilet soaps and perfumes, require a sales
man, aged 26 to 40 years, to aell the
wholesale and retail drug and department
store trade In Iowa and Nebraska; perma
nent position on salary and commission
basis, with expense allowance; appli
cants must furnish convincing sales record
and reliable references; company repre
sentative will visit Omaha to arrange In
terview. Box Y 611, Bee.
SPORTING goods salesman, Utah, $125;
hardware talesman, Utah, $125; clothing
salesman, Montana, $125; wholesale
druggist, Montana, $120; shoe talesman,
Arizona, $125; retail druggist, Montana,
$145; dry goodt, clothing and shoe salet
man, Oregon, $115; window trimmer,
card writer, ad man, Oregon, $125. Write
Immediately, Business Men's Clearing
House, Denver, Colo.
RELIABLE MANUFACTURER OF MER
ITORIOUS SPECIALTY. TRIED AND
TESTED, OFFERS A "BLOODED"
SALESMAN EXCELLENT TERRITORY.
OUR MEN AVERAGE $600 MONTHLY.
PRODUCER ONLY NEED APPLY.
PHONE MR. KAPP, HOTEL FONTE
EXPERIENCE I HARDWARE SALES
MAN WANTED, ALSO CLOTHING
SALESMAN- NONE BUT THOROUGHLY
EXPERIENCED MEN NEED APPLY.
SEE SUPERINTENDENT, HAYDEN
J ELP WANTEDMALE
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Nationally known manufacturer wishes
to secure representatives In Nebraska and
Iowa. For conscientious workers with
sales ability or experience this Is a once-ln-a.
life-time opportunity to secure a
permanent steadily lncressing business
with an Income limited only by ability
Applicants must be capable of handlln
salesmen. Small Investment for stock of
goods required. The product In question
is known universally and In use now by
United States army and navy denart-
menta and by the. greatest American
business and Industrial companies, num-
I boring among tb-m: The Dupont Povd r
i Co., Victor Talking Machine Co., Erie
'i. H. Co., Western Union Telegraph Co.,
j r ''al Telegraph Co., N T. Edison Co.,
Klaw Steel corporation and many others.
1 The sale of tbo product la backed bv
j Villoha! Magarlne Advertising, Etc.. Call
or telephone rooms 309 or 311 Hotel
I'ontenelle for Interview. Ask for Mr
j .loplin or Mr. Shaw.
WANTED Salesman, by one of the largngt
concerns in U. 8. Salesman not subject
to draft to cover territory In Nobraska.
Advertising oarhpalgn euppllct leadt.
Earnings In commissions ru" several hun
dred per month. Expenses paid while
training. Address B. E. Harris, G. 8. M.,
Monroe Bldg., Chicago.
SALESMEN WANTED Excellent line signs
and noveltls. Traveling expenses ad
vanced. Liberal commissions. Exclusive
territory. Give age, height, weight, road
experience and three late business ref
ences. Stanford-Crowell Co. Ithaca.
"SALESMEN Side line, free porkatHiam'
plea; patent punchless checks; btg seller
to restaurantg. lunch rooms, hotels, toda
fountains; no competition; also commis
sions on reorders. Standard Check Co.,
Manufacturers, Transportation Bldg., Chi
cago. SALESMAN For Nebraska, vacancy July
15th; permanent position; old house sell
ing staple line on exceptional termt; high
commissions, $36.00 weekly advnnce. Saleg
manager Suite 248, 800 Woodward, De
troit. ROOF CEMENT SALESMEN Large manu
facturer of paste and liquid roof csment
want experienced men only. Write for
valuable Information. Unless gucooggful la
this lliie. do not answer. The Warren Re
fining Chemical Co., Cleveland, O.
WANTED Representative to organize local
field. Experience unnecessary. Splendid
pay betides share of profits. Wonderful
future. Nothing to tell. No Investment
National Realty Clearing Association, File,
27, Long Bench, Cal.
ONE quart of Speedollne equala 1$ gallons
gasoline. Distributor wanted In every
town. Permanent employment. Big
money. Write for particulars. Speedo
llne Company, Dallas, Tex.
SALESMEN Inexperienced or experienced.
City or traveling. Free employment ser
vice for memberg. Send for full partic
ulars. Addresa National Salesmen'! Tr.
Assn., Dept. 43, Chicago, HI.
$276 MONTHLY profit for telling 100 Wll
lard tuperheaterg for Ford cart. f4aleg
men driving Ford cart can make big
money. Wrltg for Interesting details.
Wlllsrd Company, South Bend, Ind.
WANTED Nurgory agents for the beat out
fit In America. Persistent men and
women earn large commissions, paid
weekly. Investigate. Addreta, Perry
Nurserleg, Rochester, N. Y.
We want B0 live wire taleamea. Apply
650, 651, 652 Brandelt Bldg.
ilRIOHT, active young man ft) assist Tin
office furniture department. Learn the
business and become a salesman.
ORCH ARD-WILH ELM CO.,
' 414-18 S. 16th St.
SALESMAN For general mercantile trade
In Nebraska to tell a new proposition of
merit. Vacancy now. Attractive commlg
slon contract. $35 weekly for expenses.
J1 lllett, 3 2 12T Carlln Hldg, Cleveland, O.
HIGH GRADE talesmen experienced In
polling the sales board trade. We market
the snappiest line In the country. Com
missi! I $5.00 to $10.00 per order. Can
field ,ifg. Co., 4001 BroRdway, Chicago
WANTED fifty live solicitors at once;
eaey selling proposition; big money. Ap
ply 661 Brandeis Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
WANTED Men, 1 to 50 years old, for
general yard work; steady work for good
men. Apply timekeeper, Union Stock
Yards Co., South Omahn.
CONSUMER salesman wanted, capable of
furnishing bond and ability to earn $60
to $100 per week. Apply Ryan Co., 12th
and Howard Btt.
silOEMAKER WANTED A good reliable
workman, permanent position at good
waget. Address 8. A. Miller, 221 North
Pine St., Grand Island, Neb.
SPECIALTY man, young and energetic, sal
ary and expenses. Write details qualifi
cations, giving place now in. A. F. Dam,
103 Bee Bldg.
SALESMAN WANTED Energetic, for fatt-
tolllng proposition to good merchanti; en
tirely new. S11EEHY CO.. McClelland
Hldg., Lexington. Ky.
WANTED Man exempt, tlngie. with light
car to travel, good contract for hustler
and permanent territory. Box 15, Winner,
SALESMAN, traveling In Iowa for county,
office and .bank supplies. Experienced
only. Koch Brothers, Inc., Deg Molneg.
WANTED Salesmen for automobile acces
sory department. Apply Supt., Burgeta
Nash Co., balcony.
Agents and Canvassers.
AGENTS make $600.00 per month selling
Stransky't new patented Fuel Vaporizer
for Ford cart. It It new, It Is different
It It patented, guaranteed to gave 25 pgr
cent to 60 per cent of gasoline. Vt kero
tent can be used with splendid results at
a saving of over 60 per cent in fuel coat,
16 days, free trial. 1 don't want a enny
of your money until you have used It
15 dayt, and are satisfied it will do all I
claim for It. Greatest money maker on
earth today, Local county and ttate
agents wanted everywhere. Stransky
Vaporizer Co., Pukwana, 8. D.
AGENTS A business of your own. Our
patented Dandlllte Illuminating bowl
quickly converts any nitrogen lamp Into
a seml-lndlrect lighting unit; soft, clegr,
evenly diffused light; lntlde 90 dayt you
can place In every home, store, factory,
office In your territory; gell direct to
consumers through salesmen; commission
only; If you have small capital to open
office we will make you district manager.
Trop Specialtlet Co., 1834 Broadway, New
WANTED Good men, whether experienced
In old line life Insurance or not, A prop
osition that appeals to the public at the
best there la In life insurance today. It
Is backed by nearly a third of a century
of splendid success s well ag nearly $14,
000,000 of money. Remunerative to the
agent. All communlcatlong held confi
dential. If Interested, address Box Y608,
AGENTS BIG SUMMER SELLER; aome
thlng new; concentrated sift drinks; Just
add water; delicious drinks In a Jiffy.
Popular for the home, picnics, partiea,
toclals, etc. Small packages; carry In
pocket; enormous demand; agents making
$ to $12 a day. Outfits free to workera.
Just a postal today. E. M. Feltman, 36
Third street, Cincinnati, O.
AGENTS Ladiet and men earn $20D a
month taking ordera for beautiful aprlng
line of men's tailored neckwear. E. L.
Kelser A Co., Palmer Bldg., Detroit,
AGENTS Sell Flack't Spark lntensiflert;
for Ford autot; tavea gaa and oil; tells
for $2.50 complete; agenta price $1. Flack
gt Co., South Bend, Ind.
HELP WANTED MALE
Agents and Canvassers.
AGENTS You can get into a business
which can be operated with small capi
tal. Should make over 15,000 first year.
Oxo-Gas made from common kerosene
and air la a cheaper, cleaner and more
efficient substitute for coal for cooking
and nesting. Gloria Light Co., 1100
Washington Blvd., Chicago. f
NEW patriotic pictures, "Honor of His
Flag," "Same Spirit," "Over the Top,"
"Song of Liberty." "Liberty and Peace."
"For all and Forever." Soldier's por-'
traits and liberty mat frames. Consoli
dated Portrait Co., 1029 West Adams St.. :
Chicago. - ,j
IT IS easy for canvassers to make $12.60
every day tlx days a week telling our
proposition In your own town among your ., .
own people. Write for particulars. Saleg
Manager, 6(1 Brandetg Bldg., Omaha,
1'NK hundred dollars weekly. Demonatrat
..I by district manufacture represent- -live,
for eastern factory. For high-class
specialty salesmen with own car pre--."
ferred. Address at once Warren Refining ..
A Chemical company, Cleveland, O.
v; i:TS Patriotic pictures, gelling by mtl-,
lens; duty calls, Pershing In France, -America,
Kaiser's Finish, Colored Man No- ..
Slacker. Snmple free. Renescch Publish-1 1 .'
lug Co., 6516 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, wt,)
AG E.vrVanted to sell our fine soap,
P-ifumes, toilet artlclet. extracts, tploeg. " ' 1
rrenms, etc Sample free. Write quirk.
I ucaaslan Laboratories Dept. 126, 8t..u;t
Louis, Mo. j.
Yi'l'R name brings copy Money-Making
Mens, the great 32-page agents and mall jt
dealers' magatlne. A. 11. Kraus, 301 Kraus
Bldg., Milwaukee, WUl '
ATlllNTSMake a dollar an hour. Sell At
Mendetg, a patent patch. Instantly, 1 .
mends leaka In all utenstlg. Sample free.
Mendetg Co., Amsterdam. N. Y.
WANTeT) Experienced girl for general
house work. Apply Mrs. J. P. O'Keefe, '
4160 Cass etreet. Walnut 338. .. ,,
BE AN AUTO AND tractor expert In a few
weeks; earn $90 to $300 a month. Our big
free book explains. Rahe'a Auto School.
2130 Oak St., Kansas City. Mo.
Teamsters and Chauffeurs.
WANTED An experienced driver for Re
public truck. Apply Wathlngton Market
1407 Douglas street,
'For track work, $0 oentg per hour at;,;
start, with car fare; 10 hourt,
applt ' y
TRACK AND ROADWAY DEPT., .
22D AND NICHOLAS STS., ,'. .
OMAHA & CO. BLUFFS "
, STREET RAILWAY. -
AT THE LUXUS PLANT,
STEADY WORK; GOOD
WAGES. APPLY AT BOT
TLING DEPT. ' '
FRED KRUG PRODUCTS CO.,
25th and Krug Ave.
Five men, experienced In thlpplng ie-.. ' '
LOpgE-WILBfl BISCUIT CO.,
12th and Davenport Stg.
Men for itoelt work. Apply to BYRNE-
A HAMMER DET QOOD3 CO., th and
MEN tufferlng from progtatio dlsordera to J
read our advertisement under "personal"
In those columnt. The Electrothermal
Co., Oliver Bldg.. Steubenvllle, O.
MEN Age, 17 to 46; experience unnecessary,
travel; make secret Investigations, rcportg; j .
galarles; expengeg. American Foreign Da?
tectlve Agency, 476 St. Loult. '''
WANTED Experienced man for auto .ac- -"';J .
AA..Pi. r:lv flTiwrivnm. with whom1-- . "
employed and galary expected. Addrett " t ,
Box 180, Omaha Bee. ' V :-. '
WANTED Band lnttructor, one who can
teach trombone and clarinet; good plaoei 'l. .
for muslo teacher. Addreta A. A, Sprad- ,J -
....... , VTi
2,600 COAL MINERS WANTED Practical
mlnera now making $10 per day and mln- M
lmura wagea about $5. Chamber of Com-.. !
merce, Henryetta, Okla. t
JANITOR WANTED-40 Flrat Nat'I Bank ',
Bldg. Colored need not apply.
MEN for tteady work In ttock room. Au
tomoblle parte. Murphjr-O'Brlen Auto Co. o'
1826 Farnam St. 7,0,'
GUIOU & LBDWICH Men wanted to ban
dig lumber. lth and Izard Stt. ; -j.
WANTED Men for porter work. Apply to.
Supt. Burgett-Nash Co., balcony. "
WOMEN for Janitor work In office building. ,
Apply 228 Keellne Bldg. .V'
GOVERNMENT needs 20,000 women olerkt
at Washington. Examlnatlona every
where In July, ' Experience unnecessary.
Women desiring government position! .
wrltg for free partlcularg to J. C. Leonard,
(former civil service examiner) 626 Ka- 1
nnls Bldg., Washington.
Stores and Offices.
MOLT1GRAPH OPERATOR '
Wanted at once, must be experienced and '
fairly rapid. Permanent position. Apply .
In person at 1424 Flrat Nat. Bank Bldg.
BOOKKEEPER, Inturanca office, $126j
ttenographer and clerk, bank, $85 to $100;
stenographer, wholeaale houae, $76;
ttenographer, automobile firm, $8S; 1 i
ttenographer, beginner, lnturance office,"
$50; comptometer operator, $75 to $86;
general office assistant, etperienced, $76;
ttenographer and bookkeeper, email
WESTERN REFERENCE ft BOND ASS'N.
Originators of the Reference Buslneea. .
736 First National Bank Bldg.
STENOGRAPHER out of town, $100; ateno
and bookkeeper, email office, $36; gteno- - J
graphera, $90, $86, $80, $75, $65; book- ,
keepen, $100, $90, $85, $80, 75, 6b; dicta- L
phone operator, small office, $76; gteno
and clerk, $65; ateno and clerk, $78; dlota- -"-phone
operator, $90; comptometer oper- Vi
ator, $75; bill clerk, $75: ateno, beginner, ,
$40; typlat and clerk, $60; office clerk- "
mutt be good penman,) $65; typlat tern- ,...
porary, $70; bookkeeper, temporary, $100; ,
file clerk and typist, $50. , . ;
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
1138 First Nat, Bank Bldg.
BKKPR. and gteno., $75-$KO.
Steno. and dictaphone, $76-$8t.
Beginner, ateno., law, $60.
Typist, splendid future, $60-$70.
Comptometer oprs., $50-$76.
ONLY 50 CENTS TO REGISTER.
. THE MARTI COMPANY.
1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
GOVERNMENT needs 20,000 women clerka
at Washington. Examination! everywhere
In July. Experience unnecessary. Women
desiring government potltiong writs for
free particular! to J. C. Leonard (former
Civil Service examiner) $25 Kenola Bldg.,
Washington. 1 -
WANTED Two atenographara, at least twot - 1
years' experience, neat and Intelligent y..i-jl .
Dictation heavy. Salary $80 per month......
Hours short. Saturday afternoon call Rra '. 1
103 Merchanti National Bank Bldg
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