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24TH AN'D PARKER
THEDA B ARA., IN
AND MUTT AND JEFF COMTCPT,
ROHLFF 26TH AND LEAVENWORTH
LEE KIDS. IN
" "TROUBLE MAKERS." '
DEATHS ft FUNERAL NOTICES.
BOWLES Michael R., age 40 yaara. Bur
vlved basldaa his wtfa, by father, John a
Bowls, (our sletsrs, Mrs. Win, Ropynanl,
Mm. Jane Rothschilds, Mrs. H. Oraw,
Mlaa Nallla Bowlea, and two brothers.
Thomas and William Bowles.
rnm ualilonna. 1111 V 17 th
Bt, at 1:80 a. m. to Holy Family church, j
m' Interment St. Mary's cemetery.
HAMBURG Mrs, Margaret, at the horns of
her daughter, mts. a. u, nowin, ou
Paul, Minn., July I, lll. Mrs. Hamburg
Is survived by two sons and two daugh
ters, Mrs. A. O. Anderson, Bt. Paul, Minn.;
Axel Hamburg, Billings, Mont; Mrs, P.
L. Chriatenaon, Long Beach, Cel., and
Harry Hamburg, Hlrun, Utah. Services
from Crosbys parlors, 1611 N. I4tb St.,
.' July 10 at t p. in, Interment Forest Lawn
01 LBERT Alexander 11., July I, 11, aged
SI years. "
Funeral Tuesday morning at 1:10 from
Puffy Johnston parlors. 717 Hth, to
St Mary Magdlen church. Hth and
'"V'jDodga Sts, at o'clock. Interment Holy
' Buynlehtr. ' ' ' '
BOWLE"s, Michael R. Aged 41 yaara. Be-
sides wife, survived by father, John 0.,
four sisters, Mrs. William Rspynakl, Mrs.
Jaka Rothcbllds, Mrs. U. Orau and Miss
Nellie; two brothers, Thomas and William,
Funeral no tics latsr.
CARD OF THANKS.
T, I wish to thank our many friends for
their kind service and sympathy and
beautiful floral offerings during ths long
Illness and death of our beloved wits and
mother W. H, Wtnaus, Mr, and Mrs.
B. B. Wluaua, Mr. and Mrs. C F. Bar-
UNDERTAKERS and licensed embalmera;
alaa private ambulnnoe. Call Wabatar 47.
Willis C. Crosby, 1611 N. I4th St
JOHN A GENTLEMAN, undertaker and
embalmer, 1411 Farnara St Harney 191.
HULSIS A RIEPEN, undertakers and era
balmers. 701 S. Hth. Douglas 1S20.
STACK & FALCONER
Independent Undertakers. 13d A Far. H. 400.
E. L. DODDER CO., Funeral Dlreotors.
F. L. Fero, Mgr., 13d and Cuming fits.
Phona Douglas 77. Auto amDutancea.
t-inirtl-UANN FlINEftAT. HOME.
Hoffmann quality service, costs less.
I4th and Dodge. Douglas 1(01.
LEE L. LARMON
Hit Douglas Bt
Eat I860. '
Flowers bhlpped everywhere. Exp, prepaid
PARKER FLOWER SHOP. 411 8, 14. D. 1101.
ROPERS, FTorlet If 8. 16th. P.I408.
BATH Careful Florlet l04"Farnam Bt
; L. Henderson ,1611 Farnam, D. 1248.
MONUMENT & CEMETERIES.
WEST LAWN offers sympathetic aervlce In
sudden sorrow; perpetual care; no assess
ments; lots on easy terms. t-non rm.
THE largest display of monuments In the
United States, rKANK svubuu, nu
ll 8. IJta. Phona Douglas 1J73-621I.
Births Anton and Magaret Sohnecken
burger, 103 Dorcas, boy; Pierce and Dora
Drelbua, Apartment 13, The Btrehlow, boy;
Robert and Anna Jensen, 107 North Thirty,
third, boy; Jesse and Cora Settles, 3401 Par
ker, boy; William and Beanie Hlldcbrand,
1923 South Twentieth, boy: Roy and Maude
Sttrling, $473 Leavenworth, girl; Harry and
Marlon Bowena, 3631 Xake; Ed and Callle
Biggs. 1617 2. boy; John and Charlotts
Slaren, 317 Bancroft, girl; Mary and Leutha
Camp, 1901 California, boy: Frank and Ella
Hammond, 1930 South Forty-ninth, boy;
Frank and Frances Epler, 2S3S Cass, boy;
O. V. and Kathleen Die hi, 617 South Twen-ty-sixth
avenue, girl; Charles snd Matilda
Jones, 111 Capitol avenue, boy; Earl and
Ferol Ward, 1854 Bristol, boy; Albert and
Helen Buach, 1830 Caaa, girl; Hubert and
Alice Owena, Fort Omaha, girt
Deaths Malvlna Brown, 80, 736 Hope;
Prank Jenkins, I, 140 North Twenty-second;
Frank J. Swoboda, 72, 12(6 South Fif
teenth; Bells Egan. 48, 104 Nicholas; Maud
Wilson, 17, 117 North Thirty-seventh; Nels
Hansen. 44, Benson; John Lansing, 41, 3924
North Thirty -eighth; Floyd Allan, 14, 3211
Corby; Ethel Craig, 13, 1660 Parker; Cynthia
Blaskson, tS, 1816 Grace; Joanna Conray,
33, Exeter, Neb.; Irene Jankowskl, 1, 4410
South Forty-second; Stepbsn Majsxak. IS,
3971 H; Anna Bulnsll, 76. 1933 South Four,
teenth; Henry RolSlns. 67, 3011 Harney;
John Lange. SI, 331 T; William Klnoear,
69, 1014 U
Permits to buljd have been issued to ths
following! i ..--..
William Eck, . 1130 TJnderwood. ' frame
novae and garage. 14.500; O. Fredrlckaon,
3tlt Haggle, frame cottage, 11,000.
ViH bot be riKionltle for any bills con
$rft.l by toy .wife. Polorls A. Btlles. Bus
l.-i ivft mf tied and board, il J. Gtlles.
OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Parsons having lost soma articles would
do wall to call up tha offlea of tha Omaha
A Council Bluffa Street Railway company
to aacertatn whether they left It la tbe
Many articles sack day ara turned In
and tba company Is anxious to restore
them to tha, rightful owners.
LOST Near Florence Sunday, brown and
white French Bull Terrier, ears and tall
cut, beavy brass studded collar, tears on
left bind teg. Licence tag 111). Liberal
reward. Frank L. Wilson, 107 St Regis
IF YOU lose anything and will advertise It
hers you will aurely recover it If found
by an honest person. If you find any
thing of value the boneat way Is to sd
vertlae for tha owner.
LOST Black leather puree containing mon
ey (about 11.76), aeveral anapahot plo
turea and letter addreaaed to owner. Re
ward If returned to Omaha Bee offloe.
LOST Kelly caalng on rim J6t, between
Lincoln and Omaha, Reward. Perry An
thony, 1111 South J 3d. Lincoln, Neb.
LOST Between ltth and Emmet and 26th
and California, 120, Sunday, Reward,
Phone Webster 4460.
LOST Black and white pup, July 4. Call
Dong. 4640. Reward.
For Sale MucelUneoeus
Furniture and Household Goods.
LXCREA8EIV Interest by furniture buyers In
Stats Furniture Co.'a July elearanca sale.
High grade rugs ara being sold less tban
preaent wholesale coat, Furniture In
period and Colonial dealgns Is being
shamefully sacrificed. Dining chairs
worth 13.75 ars selling at 11.04; 120 ex
tenilon tablea at l.7i; US dressers at
ts.lOj 111 beds at IS.SS; II springs at
I4.S0; lit tcs boxes at 11.60 and so on
through tha whole stock. Every Hem Is
marked way down. Wa make a apeclalty of
complete home outfits, also hotels and
rooming homes. Railroad fare free to
out-of-town buyers within 60 mtlea of
Omaha on purchases of f 20 or more,
ltth and Dodge 8ts.
Stste Furniture Co.. Tel. Poug. 1S17. Cor.
FURNITURE A HARDWARE BARGAINS.
Beds, springs, mattreeae, dreaaare, chif
foniers, tables, chairs, china and kitchen
cablneta, rugs and linoleum, trunks and
suit cases, gas stoves and lea boxes, full
line screen wtre, poultry netting, garden
tools. 1181-47 North 34th St. Tel. Web.
1407. Open till I p. m.
ACTUAtj TRUTH FOR BARGAINS Full
Una of furniture, gas and coal oil atoves,
rugs, baby carrlngea, trunks, eto. Loyal
Furn. Co.. 12J N. lath.
FOR SALE Leather rocker, waahlng ma
chine, sscUonal bookeses and books, all
In lat-olaa condition. Phone South 1977,
' 4183 S. 17th.
UUOy, tables, chairs, bads, dresser, daven.
port, large mirror, 1x0; no dealera, Apt
4th. The Hudson, 107 8. tlth Ave.
FOR SALE Only bakery, county aeat town;
soda fountain, confectionery; Inhabitants,
1,800; tins business; come and sea for
youraatt J, L. Day,' St. Paul, Neb,
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Including mahogany
dining room and living room furniture.
4910 ChlcDKO St. Phono Walnut S49fl,
Boats, Yachts, Etc.
BOAT FOR BALB Cedar boat, with I pairs
oars, sail ana ruaasr, price 140. Thia boat
Is In good condition and would cost new
1160. Owner too busy to usa it, hsnce
this sacrifice. Call Walqut 1044, or sea
J. H. DUMONT & CO.
Phone D. 690, 419-11 Keellne Bldg,
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
WE haver ssvaral Vlotrolas that wa took la
a trades (or aala; la good condition.
Rouse Phonograph Parlors, Cor. 10th and
A. HOSPB CO., 1611 Douglas, have pianos
to rent at 11.60 par month, or will sell on
Typewriters and Supplies.
TYPEWRITERS sold, rented arid repaired.
Rent an Oliver s months lor so. central
Typewriter Exchange, 1101 Farnam.
WH buy, aell or exchange typewriters;
guar, typewriters 110 and up. Writs for
Hat Midland Typewriter Co., 1404 Dodge.
"Store and Office Fixtures.
WB buy, sell and maks desks, sates, show
cases, shelving, etc Omaha Fixture ft Sup
ply Co., 11th and Douglas . P. 1734.
FRESH country buttermilk; butter; best of
ersam; strictly fresh eggs; delivered to
any part of Omaha. Phona South HI or
Tyler S!. Wagner's.
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts
Of all sswlng machines.
NEBRASKA CTCLH CO.,
16th and Harney Bts. Doug. 1111,
Machinery and EnginesT"
10x60 Threshing machine In good condition
for sala or trade. - Geo. W. . Collins, Cres
Box- 317, Omaha Bea.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feathers stesmed,
rsnovated and made up In new feather
proof ticking. 1907 Cuming. Doug. 1487.
CHERRIES (or sals at Ihm'a fruit farm.
ACCORDEON. aide, knife, sunburst box
pleating, covered buttons, all slses and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cut work, button holes, pennants.
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO..
' 300-103 Brown Bldg. Phone Doug. 1931,
HEMSTITCHING, PLEATING, BUTTONS?
O. U. VanArnam Pleating Co.,
188-7 Paxton Block. Phona Poug. 3101.
AWNINGS AND PORCH FURNITURE.
Auto touring tents and camping supplies.
BCOTT -OMAHA TENT A AWNING CO.
PRIVATE tables for parties at Holmes'.
Baggage and Express.
THE ONLY WAY 3
THE OMAHA TRANSFER CO.
REPUBLIC AUTO EXPRESS COMPANY
will haul everything for you. Packages
Haa than 20 lbs., II cents. Douglas 7463.
Brass and Iron Foundries.
17th and Martha Sts., Omaha. Neb,
Brass, bronxe, aluminum and' machine
gray Iron castings.
SP1NOURAPH, Dr. Edwards, Hth and Far
Dr. J. C. Lawrence, Balrd Bldg. P. 8461,
FULL dress suits for rent 109 N. 16th Bt.
opposite Postoftlos. John Feldmau. Doug
JAMES ALLAN, 111 Neville Blk. Evidence
eecurea in au cases.- Tyler use.
jMISS STURDY, drtiamakiug. Coug. 6336
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 121 W. O. W. Bldg.
Taft's Dental Rma., 301 Roee Bldg. D. I18I.
FILM developed; rolls, 10c; packs, 16c;
one-dsy service. Kans Studio. Neville Blk..
16th and Harney. "S
Fixtures and Wiring.
riTTPlVTW Elecfrlo washing machines.
alectrlo trona and reading
lamps. 321 Cuming Bt Douglss 3619.
Live Stock Hauling.
WE will haul your live atock.
LIVE STOCK TRANSFER CO.,
3309 Farnam St Tslephons Doug. 1601
ELECTRIC sharpeners; called for and de
livered ; need lawn mowers for sals. Shop
. at . Maxotlre Station, 2910 Leavenworth.
Hsrney 1601. .
at small profit OROSS. 403 N. Hth St.
DR. MABLE WESSON,
614 Brandets Bldg. T. 3940. Res., 4741.
ALL kinds of piping dons, stoves connsctsd
and adjusteed; prompt service. Webstsr
1713 or Webster 6147.
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Inter
national Patept Co., 683 Brandels. P. 9l
8TUROES A ST URGES. U. 8. anc- foreign
patents and trademarks. 130 Bes Bldg.
QUALITY RUO CLEANERS.
Sclsntlflo Ollvs Oil Washing.
Psrslan Rug Cleaning Co., 1267 Farnam.
. H. 1143.
J. J. Derlght Safe Ca.
Printing and Office Sjipplies.
Waters-Barnhart Ptg. Co. 634 S. 13th St
Died rick, P. L, 316 8. 30th. Tailor. D. 3432.
PILES, fistula and other rectal dis
eases 'cured without surgica oper
ation. Cure guaranteed. Write for
book on rectal diseases with testi
monials. DR. E. R. TARRY,.
240 Bee Bldg., Omaha.
Omaha Towel Suvply. 207 8. 11th. P. 633,
CLECO COMFORT TRUSSES.
Fitted Perfeotly by Experts.
Ths W. O. Cleveland Co., 1410-13 Harney St.
WEDDINO announcements and printing.
Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 840.
MOTORCYCLE Sals or trade 1117 twin In
dlan, run about 300 ml.) good as naw, tan
dera aaddla, Preat-o-Llte. Will give a
good swap for 1917 sleotrlo Harlsy. Will
pay tbs difference, If any, or ssll (or
cash, C P. Hamilton, Bog 71. Olenwood,
FOR EXCHANGE 820 aorea, Improved, all
under plow, level, tour miles town; An
derson county, Kansas. Encumbrance,
16,000. Owner wanta gensral merchandise
or hardware atock. Price, 36. J. C.
Atkins Land Co., Perry, Is. .
VALUABLE .proven, mineral Interest to ex
change for lands or town propsrty. Box
113, Waveland, Ark.
WANTED TO BUY
has just rsturnsd and
will glva yoa tha aama
good service that ha gave In tha past Hslp
win tba war. Sell your old clothes, shoes,
rugs, tools, trubks and buy W. 8, &
Will call. Res. P. 8983. Offlea. 1631.
BE PATRIOTIC! HELP UNCLE SAM.
SELL YOUR OLD CLpTHES AND
BUY LIBERTY BONDS. GIVE MB
A TRIAL, WILL CALL. PHONB
POUG. 1439 1813 DOUGLAS BT.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks bought sold and
traded. J. C Reed, 1201 Farnam. P. 6149.
WANTED to buy S or 7-passenger closedln
ooay ror a, model 61 Cadlllae ear. Bos
WE PAT YOU HIGHEST PRICES FOR
CLOTHES. CALL ITS FIRST. DOUO 6914.
BUSINESS CHANCES '
14 rooms of exceptionally good furniture
for sale or trade. In a good locality, rente
reasonable, A good opportunity for one
wtahlng to continue tha rooming house.
Blckneas reason for selling. Good income
from present location. Furniture clear,
nothing agalnat It Box 189, Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE Fully equipped blacksmith
shop, located In fine live town of 1,200
in northwest Iowa; has two complete seta
of tools and equipment, alectrlo power,
everything up to date; priced tor quick
sale at 13,1)00; 11.000 ossh. balance at
per cent Address Y 607, Omsha Bee.
FOR SALE A set of Abstract Books, doing
a good buslneaa. Would accept good In
come property or farm land that is clear
and not Inflated. Good opening for an
attorney Pries 18,000. H. E. Goodman,
FOR SALE A pool and billiard buslneaa
with cigar and tobacco stock and all
fixtures, dolng-a fine business, easy rant.
In a town of 8,000 population; fine loca
tion ; prlre 13,600. E. Ooodman, Creston, la.
OMAHA restaurant, completely equipped,
large, well established; good location,
coating 116,000. Business rsasons; offered
16.000 cash on property. Box 6361, Omaha
GOOD paying drug atore, Cor. 16th and
Davenport; naw fixtures and fountain,
well assorted stock, excellent location.
Will sell at Invoice. See us at ones.
ANY business relating to Canada solicited;
lands cared for, leased, sold, exchanged,
cropped. Frank Crawford, Omaha, and
PICTURE show In town of 800 people for
sals or trade for house In Omaha not ex
ceeding 14.000. Price 11,850. Address Box
Y01. 'Omaha Bee.
A BARGAIN Fine repair shop for sale. In
cluding urea, tunes, auto. eto.. S3,soo,
Reason tor selling, 111 health. Box I3S,
BICYCLE and general repair ahopt cheap
for caah oa account of leaving city, 1616.
O ROURK3 -GOLDSTROM AUTO CO.,
' Kelsoy Streamline Bodies,
Ames But Touring and Commercial bodies.
NEW AND USED FORHS FOR BALE.
3701 South 3(!hl 8t Phone South 399.
3867 Farnam St Phone Harney (646.
' Wracked and leaky radiators repaired
andVrebutlt; large stock used radiators cn
hand. Msshsd fenders and lamps repaired
Naw stock of Ford boney comb radia
tors on hand.
OMAHA RADIATOR AND TIRB WORKS.
1918 Cuming St Omaha, Nab.
Wl have sevsral ens-ton and smaller
trucks to dispose of too light for our
.work; snap (or thoss needing amall
trucks, Alamlto Dairy Co., 26th and
, Leavenworth. .
LISTEN We wlU aava you 60 per cent on
your tire btlL Trade you old Urea tor
now ones. Tubes vulvanlzed 6 cente. cas
ings 10 cents up. Rebuilt 1 In 1 castings
for sals, II op. U. S. machines for sale.
U. 8. Vulcanlxer Co.. Branch 16, 820 &
18th Bt, Omaha.
FOR SALE Auburn seven-passenger, 1917
model; driven 10,000 miles; Just painted
and overhauled; four new tires on rs
servs; caa ba sssn at Powntown garage,
18th and Harney streets . Make offer.
Best ons takss It. ,
FOR SALE On account of draft ths
Cuming garage. This gsrags Is In a fine
location and doing a rushing buatnsss.
Owner of building will enlarge and give
a long lesse. Cuming Oarage, 3413 Cum
FOR SALE OR TRADE 60 h. p. Mitchell
chummy roadster, high speed and power.
Will aooept Ford In At condition as
part payment A bargain. B. E. Frank.
Route 0, 76A. Benson, Neb.
BUICK light six touring $760
Chalmers roadstsr 860
Maxwell touring 450
BARNUM BMITH CO.,
2122 Gumlng St.
FOR SALE 1918 Oldamoblle. eight club
roadstsr, wlrs wheels, sxtra tlra. This
csr has run only 400 miles. Owner sub
ject to draft Address Box Y 606, Omaha
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
' AU makes. With and without starters,
31 to pick from . i Phone D. 1341 or call
at 1611 Davenport
BOYLAN AUTO CO.,
MR. FORD OWNER AND DEALER.
Before buying a truck sea us. Ws can
maks a truck out of any Ford.
AFFORDABLE TRUCK CO., 1307 a 20th
NEW Maxwell cars 1918 models, for sale,
3300 caah, balance monthly payments as
desired. Answers strictly confidential.
Box 6081, Bee.
BUICK ROADSTER Model 34, 1917, A-l
condition; brother engaged In military
services, 3408 Jones street Phone Doug
CUMING GARAGE, 2416 Cuming St.. D.
2831. Storage, day and night aervlce,
carbon burning, welding, general auto re
pairing. BARGAINS IN USED CARS
McCaffrey Motor Co.
16th and Jackson. Ford Agents. P. 8600.
WE ARB THE USED CAR MEN
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
1910 Farnam St Pouglas 0070.
TELL A BINKLEY.
Commercial body builders. 3311 Harney
Bt P. 1640. v
OAKLANP, Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO.,
8300 Farnam Bt
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH. 100 USED
CARB; quick action; no delay. Auto En
chants, Co., 3060 Farnam at Doug. 6031.
QUALITY USED CARS.
VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILE. CO.,
340S LEAVENWORTH 8T.
BARGAINS In used cars.
ORR MOTOR BALES CO..
40th and Farnam. Harnsy 414.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
1030 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb.
MEEKS AUTO CAR.
USED CAR BARGAINS.
1038 FARNAM ST. DOUGLAS 6290.
HIGH GRADE USED CARS
AUTO CLEARJNG HOUSE,
GOOD USED CARS.
OUT L. SMITH. 1
16th and Farnam Bts. Douglss 1970.
FORI) TOURING 1916; excellent condition.
Must sell Immediately. Phone Harney 328.
FOR SALE Chevrolet Touring Car, model
490. Address T621 S. Sgna. Tel. so. 761,
FORD touring car. Excellent condition.
Priced right 3161 Davenport Bt.
Auto Livery and Garages.
RENT A FORD DRIVE IT YOURSELF.
12o a mile, 35o per hour minimum charge
Sunday and holidays, 60a per hour.
FORD LIVERY CO..
Douglas 3623. 1314 Howard St
Repairing and Painting.
EDWARDS. E. S., 2616 19th St. Web
ster 1102. For ths bast results with repair
work consult us. .'
Starters and Generators Repaired.
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
Anything electrical about your auto,
316 S. 18th St Douglaa 6488.
Tires and Supplies.
10x8. plain, 110.36.
10x3H, plain, 113.76.
80x1 H, non-ekld, 116.40,
Good used Ford tires, 16.00 and up.
Othsr sixes In proportion. Retreading
OMAHA RADIATOR AND
Express charges paid when cash sent
1918 Cuming St, Omaha. Neb.
, GUARANTEED TIRES,
1,000 Miles Guaranteed.
10x3, 18.36; 10x3 19.76; 33x3U, $11.25;
83x4. $13.75: 34x4. $14.00; 35x4H. $16.36.
Write us today for particulars.
Expert Radiator and Tire Repairing. .
"2 IN 1" VULCANIZING CO.,
1616 Davenport St.. Omaha. D. 2914.
TIRE bargains at unheard of prices; all
brand new, IS standard makes. Come In
and let our gooda and prices settle the
SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
OMAHA CUT RATE TIRE CO.,
"Nebraska's Tire Bargain Center.",
Pouglas 3916. 310 8. 19th St.
NEW TIRES AT hi PRICK. ALL SIZES.
NEW 30x3 Republic, $9.76 Ford tubes, $3.35.
NEW IOxSVj LEE TIRES $15.25
NEW 33x3tt FIRESTONE TIRES.. ..$16.00
KAIMAN-S TIRB JOBBERS, 1721 Cuming.
INSIST on G. A O, quality retread snd
save 60 per cent oa your tires. Bargains
la new and slightly used tires. G. A Ci.
Tire Co.. 341S Leavcn'th St Tyler 1261-W
BUY Lea puncture-proof pneumatio tires and
eliminate your tire troublaa. Kowell Sup-
h, .mi c I
yiy ,vvi .-aiiiKin o,.
TIRE price wreckers. Thla Is no 2-ln-l tire.
COMBINATION TIRE FACTORY,
423 8. 13th. Agts Wanted. Omaha. Neb
Motorcycles and Bicycles
B A R L E Y-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
' Roos. tha Motorcycle Man, 37th and Leav
en wort n.
MISS FISHER, sulpbur, ateam baths snd ' WANTED Upholsterer for furniture depart
massage, 171 Bras, Thee. Bldg. D, 1169.1 meet Box 414,01 Ba
THE Salvation Army Industrial Home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, maga
zines. Ws collect We distribute. Phone
Doug. 413S and our wagon will call. Call
and inspect our now horns, 1110-1111-1114
MISS ALLEN Maeoago, facial and scalp
treatment 1803 Farnam St, Room 1.
MAE BRUGMAN. sclsntlflo masseuse and
baths 203 Karbacb Blk. Red 3737.
BATHS and maaaags.
Miss Harlan.- 333
Manicuring and mass. 1633 Farnam. R. 10
RUPTURE successfully treated without a
surgical operation. Call or write. Dr.
Frank H Wrav. 106 Bee Bldg
PUBLIC BOOKKEEPER Satisfactory ser
vice for merchants, manufacturers, con
tractors, professional men. Harney 1024.
PAINT, carpet and paper cleantng. ths Na
' tlonal Cleaning and Service company. 1709
Leavenworth St. Harney 6013.
CASHIER of bank just sold out Opsn for
like position. C. H. Eckery, Lincoln, Neb.
R. 8, Box 60.
POSITION as chauffeur, tenda own repair
Ing; good references. Cell South 1282.
EXP. colored Janitor, married, wishes to
take charge of apt Walnut 654.
AN Omaha primary teacher with college
training wishes a position to travel with
mother and children part or all of sum
mer. Box 4763, Bee.
High school girl wants collecting to do
In afternoons; experience. Tyler 1664-J
YOUNG lady would Ilka position as house
keeper. Douglas 8656.
FIRST-CLTSS laundress wants day work.
Laundry and Day Work.
WANTED Washing and Ironing two or
three days a week. Call Webster 4521.
BUNDLES carefully "laundered Call and
deliver. Web. 4283.
DAY work wanted. Call Webster 698.
CURTAINS laundered, w'k guar. Har. 1130
LAUNDRY work by hour Web 2058
WOMAN wants day work; ret. Web. 2221.
CALL Douglas 6317. Day work wanted.
WANTED Bundle washing. Call Web. 1873.
GIRL wishes day Work Webster 3327
BUNDLE washing, lace curtalns-Wcb. 1727.
WANT work yb the dwy. South 1613.
Day work and bundle washing. Web 1088.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
YOU MEN WHO HIRE AND FIRS
Advertlss for "help" tha ssma way yov
advertlss to sell merchandise, and the
difference In returns will surprise you.
The next time you need help esll Tyler
1000. A trained and experienced ad
taker will asstst yon In preparing your
. MAN TO TAKE CARB OF PERSONAL
INJURY CLAIMS AT PACKING HOUSB
IN SOUTH OMAHA. REASONABLE SAL
ARY TO START WITH. PREFER MAR
RIED MAN. BOX 4691, BEE.
One who has bad packing house experi
ence, reasonable salary and good oppor
tunity for right party. Box 4706, Bee.
GROCERY CLERK WANTED Must be 1st
class experienced man; (only hustlers need
apply). Steady position. Writs P. O. Box
67fT Wayne, Neb,
BOOKKEEPERS, $90, $85, $75; Blller, $75;
Stenographers. $100, $90,486, $76, $85.
WATTS REF CO., 1188 1st Nafl Bank.
PUBLIC bookkeeper; satisfactory service
for merchants, manufacturers, contractors,
profesalonal men. Harney 1024.
BOOKKEEPER, small office, $125-$160.
WESTERN REFERENCE A BOND ASS'N.
GOOD POSITIONS AT ALL TIMES.
THE CANO AGENCY, 600 BEE BLDG,
TRAVELING SALESMAN, staple lino. $100.
WESTERN REFERENCE A BOND ASS'N.
WATTS RE"1. CO., 1138 1st Nafl. Bank.
Professions and Trades.
' ' WE NEED
Apply in person to the
superintendent of trans
portation, second . floor,
Merchants' National Bank
OMAHA & COUNCIL
AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS
Apply Union Station office.
WANTED Young man to work
In the press room. Apply to
Supt. Bes Publishing Co.
WANTED Ornamental iron worker, able-to
handle fire escape work; also two struc
tural ateel men tor general shop work.
Steady wotk. Write, stating experience
and wagea expected.
ST. JOSEPH STRUCTURAL STEEL CO.,
St Joseph, Mo. '
A GOOD blacksmith wanted to take charge
of a well equipped shop and tools. Will
htrs by month or rent shop and tools by
ths month., Inquire at Farmers State
. Bank. Cortland, Neb
WANTED Experienced automobile repair
man. Apply aervlce department Guy L.
Smith. Twenty-sixth and Farnam streets
EXPERT battery man, qualified to take
charge of Battery Service Station; good
opening for right man. A. E. Brandos,
Grand Island, reo.
ACTIVE young man with two yaara drag
experience; $75.00, and room. Box 1633
Miseoula, Mont, r
GENERAL blacksmith Vented at once. 1021
M St., Lincoln, Neb.
LEARN barber trade, los
' or write Barber College.
rates now Call
1134 Douglas at
HELP WANTED MALE
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Nationally known manufacturer wishes
to sscurs representatives In Nebraska and
Iowa. For conscientious workers lth
ssles ability or experience this Is a once-ln-a-life-time
opportunity to secure a
permanent steadily increasing - business
with an Income limited only by ability
Applicants must be capable of handling
salesmen. Small investment for stock of
goods required. The product in question
Is known universally and In uss bow by
United States army and navy depart
ments and by the greatest American
bust neks and industrial eompanlss, num
bering among them: Ths Dupont Powder
Co., Victor Talking Machine, Co., Erie
R. R. Co., Western Union Tslsgraph Co..
Postal Telegraph Co., N. Y. Edison Co.,
Blaw Steel corporation and many Lthers.
Ths aala of tha product is bscked by
National Magaxlne Advertising, Eto., Call
or telephone rooms 809 or 311 Hotel
Fontenelle for Interview. Ask for Mr.
Joplln or Mr. Shaw.
OPPORTUNITY for a live salesman to get
the state agency for Nebraska, Iowa or
Kansas for a Ford Mschantcal starter
that starts Ford Cars. It has been proven
it does the work. It Is fully guaranteed.
The price is small. We have an attractive
proposition to offer to responsible parties.
We are hers to demonstrate ths fact that
Master Fort Starters start See Geo. W.
Lynch, Fontenelle Hotel, Omaha, Neb.
EXPERIENCED HARDWARE SALES
MAN WANTEP, ALSO CLOTHING
SALESMAN; NONE BUT THOROUGHLY
EXPERI ENCEP MEN NEED APPLY.
SEE SUPERINTENDENT, HAYDEN
"WANTED Man exempt single, with light
car to travel, good contract for hustler
and permanent territory. Box 15, Winner,
Agents and Canvassers.
WANTED Good men, whether experienced
In old line Ufa insurance or not. A prop
osition that appeals to ths publlo aa the
best there is In life Insurance today. It
la backed by nearly a third of a century
of splendid success as well as nearly $14,
. 000.000 of money. Remunerative to the
agent All communications held confi
dential If Interested, address Box Y60S,
IT IS easy for canvassers to make $13.50
every day six days a wsek selling our
proposition in your own town among your
own people. Write for particulars. Sales
Managsr, 651 Brandels Bldg., Omaha,
WANTED Experienced girl tor general
housework. Apply Mrs. J. P. O'Ksefe,
,j.v vase pt. weinui sss.
Teamsters and Chauffeurs.
WANTED An ' experienced driver for Re
public truck Apply Washington Market
1407 Douglas street
For track work, 30 cents par hour at
tart, with car fare; 10 hours.
TRACK AND ROADWAY DEPT.,
22D AND NICHOLAS STS..
OMAHA & CO. BLUFFS
or handy men; steady employment, good
pay. No time lost on account of weather
APPLY OAS WORKS,
20th and Center Sts.
WANTED Men, 19 to 60 years old, for
general yard work; steady work for good
men. Apply Timekeeper, Union Stock
Yards Co , South Omaha.
JANITOR WANTED 540 First Nafl Bank
Bldg. Colored need not apply.
MEN for steady work In stock room. Au
tomobile parts. Murphy-O'Brien Auto Co.,
1836 Farnam sr.
JANITOR wanted. Must understand steam
plant Steady work. Wages, $80 a month.
Box 231, Omaha Bee.
GUIOU A LEDWICH Men wanted to ban
die lumber. 19th and Izard Sts.
WOMEN for JanltoAAvork In office building.
Apply 228 Keellne Bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Two stenographers, at least two
years' experience, neat and Intelligent
Dictation heavy. Salary $80 per month.
Hours short Saturday afternoon call Rm.
601 Merchants National Bank Bldg.
STEN'O, law office, $60. Stenographer, $15,
$18. Stenographers, $60, $70, $86. Comp
tometer oprs., $60, $85.
THE MARTI COMPANY.
t 1136 WO. W. Bldg.
TWO office clerks, $66; typist and clerk,
$66; stenographer, $11 week; stenographer,
$65. Co-Opera 1 1 ve Reference Co., 1016 City
Wanted at once, must be experienced and
fairly rapid. Permanent position. Apply
in person si 1414 nrst wat. Bank Bldg
STENOGRAPHER bank, out town, $85-$100.
WESTERN REFERENCE A BOND ASS'N.
GOOD POSITIONS AT ALL TIMES.
THE CANO AGENCY.' 600 BEE BLDG.
Household and Domestic
WANTED An experienced cook tor sasall
family; no laundry: liberal, wages. Ref
erence required. Telephone Douglas !2
between 9-00 a. m. and.-3:00 p. m. any
day except Bunoay,
WANTED Competent white girl for gen
eral housework, where second girl Is kept;
no washing; small family and good
wages. Harney 4041. 1320 8. 34t.h Bt
WANTED Middle-aged housekeeper, no
objection to one child. 1416 &. 28th, Call
trom 4 to s p. m. aj
WANTED Colored or white girl; geniiral
housework. Telephone Walnut 1366; 112
8. 61st Ave.
EXPERIENCED girl for general housework;
3715 South Twenty-fifth St South 934
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Hand ironsrs and marker and
sorter for rouga ary aepsrimem ana
girls for all oepsrxmenis. nvans umw .
Laundry, 11th and Douglas
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Professions and. Trades.
WANTED Young Ladies tu
lean, telephone- operating.
Good wages paid while
learning, rapid advance
ment, permanent positions
Apply to C. F. LAMBERT.
1807 Douglas St
WANTEP II experienced sewing machine
operators; steady work and best paying
position in ths city. Omaha Auto Tom
Co., 709-11 South 15th St
GOVERNMENT NEEDS 30,000 WOMEN
CLERKS at Washington. Examinations
everywhere in July. Experience unnec
essary. Women desiring government po
sitions write for free particulars to J. C.
- Leonard, (former civil service examiner).
625 Kenols Bldg., Washington.
LAUNDRY work by the day wanted by ex
perienced colored woman. Call South 2128
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys, learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or writs
1402 Dodge St Trl-Clty Barber College.
Phone P. 2147.
MOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladles to learn the barber trade. Call
or write for free catalogue, 110 S. 14th
St, Omaha, Neb.
Every day la enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branches. Catalogue free.
Pouglas 1665. 18th and Harney Bts.
Van Sant School of Business.
, Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
GOOD positions open In garages, hardwara
store and other trade lines, for musicians
who can play slide trombones, elarlnets
or altos in the Tri-County Concert band.
Writs, phono or wire, giving qualifica
tions. A Job if you are a musician,
Ktrby McGrsw, leader, Newman Grove,
FOR RENT ROOMS
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS.
If you fall to find the room yoa
desire among these sds call at Tha
Bee office for a Room List Gives
complete description of vacant rooms la
all parts of ths city. Nsw lists Issued
BANITARY modern rooms for men only!
82.60 per week. Sunshine Apartments, 60S
N. 17tb St. J. B. Robinson, 441 Bee Bldg.
2608 ST. MARY'S AVE. Desirable room In
strictly modern private home; close In.
MODERN furnished rooms tor msn only at
the Sunshine. 608 North 17tb St Reason
STRICTLY modern south room, on bath
room floor, with breakfast $2.60 per
week. 2106 North 15th.
MODERN furnished room, permanent or
transient. Including large front room
suitable for three gentlemen. 1711 Dodge.
TWO FRONT ROOMS, MODERN, $2.50 AND
e rcn wbek, 2474 HARNEY
NICELY furnished room in modern apart
ment. 2013 Chicago St.
FURNISHED ROOMS In Dundee. Call Wai
Board and Rooms.
VERY nicely furnished outside room in ex
cluslvs home; hot and cold running wa
ter In room; breakfast and dinner. 3619
Farnam. Harney 8869.
CLAREMONT INN. 17th tnd Jackson!
Transient guests, $1 a day; permanent
aueata. a weea. Douglas 3785.
COOL rooms. 32 week; also apartments wits
klri-n.'nettes, Qgdon hotel fn B'nffs
FOR RENT FURNISHED
HOLMES' DISAPPEARING BEDS"
maks small rooms large enough.
0U4 OLE BUILDING.
LAKE VIEW cottage, on two car lines, at
Carter lake; desirable for 5 or 6 ladles or
gentlemen. Webster 6041.
3 ROOMS and bath, modern apartment
house. Near Hanscom Park, July 16
Harney 1729. '
STEAM-HEATED modern apartments. G
P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
VERY desirable furnished apartment with
cool porch Apply 220 N. 23d. Red 4232.
6-ROOM furnished cottage. 802 S 30th, St
FOR RENT HOUSES
.1304 No. 69th St.. 7 rooms tli U
6922 Bedford Ave, 6 rooms.... 121,
OMAHA LOAN A BLDG ASS'N
3568 DOUGLAS, rooming house, $33.00- flat
2306 Leavenworth, 6 rooms, $20.00. John
N. FTenzor. Douglas 654.
FOUR-ROOM and bath, second floor, largl
light rooms; slso barn. 110. 2639 Seward
Street, Red 682..
SEVEN roomo modern. $:&. near poatoffiee!
Kt. r. oicunina. jam tjnieago.
7-ROOM modern house; 3866 Hamilton St"
2142 S. THIRTY-SECOND St.,
Hanscom Park dlntrlf,
ARMSTRONG-WALSH CO .
Tyler 1636. ... 3:j Securities Bldi
6-ROOM modern cottase. good location!
small family or eld-rly couple; must glvi
good reference: 325 See Owner. J4tt
and Arbor Sis.
2921 LEAVENWORTH ST. t-r. part ni'd
flat $17 60. Alfred C. Kenedy Co.. tM
8. 18th St Douglas 122.
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