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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
GENTLEMAN Mrs, Mary, widow of tho
late Nicholas-Gentleman, died at 8
o'clock Tuesday, Nov. 5, 82 years old.
Bhe lived in Omaha 47 years. Survived
by two sons, Mike and William, and
three daughters, Mrs. P. O'Malley, Mrs.
James O'Brien and Mrs. Wffllam Baehr.
Funeral to be held Thursday morning at
s:30 from the residence or Mrs. Baehr
(15 N. 54th St., then to St. Johns
clfurch. Interment Holy Sepukher ceme
tery. ANSEN Mary. Nov. 4. 1 1 IS, aged 78
yean, 10 months and 22 days.
Funeral services, will be held from
the residence of her son, Steve Hansen,
1820 N, 27th street, Wednesday, Novem
ber f, at 2 o'clock p. m. Interment,
Mount Hope cemetery. Friends Invited.
Deceased Is survived by her three sons,
Steve and Chris of Omaha and Charles
of Council Bluffs.
- bENRT HaTryTTged 28, died Nov. 3, at
- Norfolk, Neb. Survived by mother, Jo
hanna Henry; sister, Katherlne; sister,
; l Mrs. John Pollock; brothers, Fred of
Chicago, George of St. Louis and Paul
. Louis ef Omaha. Furteral will be held
i-' at Hoffman parlors, 2 p. m. Wednesday,
MECKMA Peter, aged 22 years, at a local
hospital, of Influenza.- x
Funeral Wednesday morning from
.. Heafey & Heafey parlors, 4708 South
V', tTwenty-fourth street. South Side, at
,..'!. J4:S0 a. in. Burial St. Mary's cemetery.
Ha Is survived by his parents, Mr. and
.' Mrs. Meckma, and one brother, George.
'' VrUCKET George Cojvin, agedTsi years;
, Nov. 2, at a local hospital.
Services from Hoffman Funeral Home
Wednesday, 3 p. m. Interment, Forest
v Lawn cemetery. Deceased Is survived
by his wife, Marie, and two sisters, Mrs.
J. H. Jessen, Monroe, Neb,, and Mrs, L.
Thomas, Marshfleld.' Ore.
fcROFT, L. HARRY Eldest son of Mr.
V :and Mrs.' Henry L. Croft, residing 1614
8. 28th St., died of pneumonia, follow
Ing an attack . of Influenza. Service
from Hulse & Relpen at 2 p. m. Wednes-
"flay, '.November (. Interment West
MAHONEY Timothy, aged 60 years.
Funeral Wednesday morning at 8:30
m. from Heafey & Heafey parlors,
4706 South Twenty-fourth street, South
Side, to St, Agnes church at a. m.
' Burial St, Mary's cemetery.
-NOLAN Mrs. Hose,, aged 68, died at
4 Funeral, from John A. Gentleman
mortuary 8411 Farnam, Wednesday
morning at 11 a. -m. -Interment St,
SIMMS Charles F., age 61 years.
- Funeral from First Presbyterian
church, Thirty-fourth and Farnam,
- Wednesday, at 3:80 p. m. Friends welcome.
Forl:?..u LEEL. LARMON
1814 Douglas St. 'Douglas 8244
A. DONAGHUE uHr.
Flowers shipped everywhere. ' Ex. paid.
BATH. Careful Florist, 181)4 Farnam St.
L. Henderson. 1619 Farnam. D. 1248
LOST FOUND REWARDS.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons having lost soms articles
would do well to call at the offices of
the Omsha & Council Bluffs Street Rsll
way company to ascertain whether they
left It In the street car.
Many articles each day are turned In
and the rompany la anxious to restore
them to the rightful owners.
LOST Sunburst with 60 pearls and dia
mond. Is valued as keepsake. Finder
phone Col. 3082 and receive reward.
SUiTCASE. between Missouri Valley and
Omaha. Contents value to owner only.
Reward. Benson 175-J.
LOST Small purse, gold monogram ''(5.
M. C.," containing keys and money. Re
ward. Walnut 1204.
LOST Gold chain with locket,-Monday.
Keepsake of family. Reward. Call South
2S6 after 6:30 r. m.
LOST Roll manuscript music; reward.
Call Walnut 3026 day. Walnut 23DO evenings.
LOST White bulldog, brindle fare, fall
Harney 6581. Keward. North Bend
LOST In Burgess & Nash store, kodak
picture of sons In service. Harney 4252.
LOS T V h i7e buildoV,-bfi rid! eT facer SouTh
Side. Call Harney 55S 1. Reward.
LOST Maple-leaf garnet breastpin, Sun
day. Reward. Walnut J3S,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Furniture and Household Goods.
YOUR home siToTlp bT-Tcozy
The cold days In November should
find your home furnished cozlly and
comfortably warm. A new rtjg on the
floor, a duofold bed added to your fur
vnlshings, a good soft coal heater to
romb.it Jack Frost and the terrors of
his sitng can bo supplied by us at a
great saving to you. We make a spe
cialty of complete home outfits, also
hotels and rooming houses. , Railroad fares
refunded to out-nf-tmMi buyers within
50 miles of Omaha on purchase ftf 820
STATE FURNITURE CO.,
14th and Dodge Sts. Opp. II. P. Bldg.
Furniture, stoves, rugs, linoleum, Vic
trolas, trunks and suitcases, bedding and
linen. Better goods for less money.
Credit If you wish. Open evenings.
1839-47 N. 24th St. Thones: Web. 1607,
PHONE TYLER 1400.
Practically new Axmlnister rug, 12x
15. $40 cash. 2509 Bristol street.
BARGAIN Just a few , heating stoves
left; also house furnishings of all kinds.
Loyal Furniture Co.. 228 N. 16th St.
DINING room suite, gas range, refrig
erator, mahogany cchter table. Very
cheap for quick sale. H. 48.
FOR SALE Large fumed oak library
table and 2 chairs. 3620 Poppleton Ave.
Phono Harney 4720.
GENUINE leather "bed davenport, excel
lent condition; will sell cheap. Phone
Harney 6795. y
FOR SALE Eclipse gas stove, good con
dition. Call Walnut 1243.
Pianos and Musical Instruments
NOTICE Local 2068, railroad carpenters,
special meeting Sunday, November 3;
HULSE & RIEPEN
Pioneer Funeral Directors
101 So. 16th St. Phone Doug. 122S
HOFFMAN FUNERAL HOME
Hoffman quality service costs less,
24th and Dodge. Douglas 3901.
SUACK & FALCONER
Independent Undertakers. 33d-Far. H. 400
K. L. DODDER CO., Funeral Directors.
: F. L, Fero, Mr., 33d and Cuming Sts.
' Phone Douglas 677 Auto ambulance.
JOHN A. GENTLEMAN, undertakeTTnd
"mbalnftr. '3411 Farnum St Har. 892.
MONUMENTS & CEMETERIES.
WEST LAWN CEMETERY
Family lota on easy paymenta
Thoughtful service. Ferpetual care of
lota and graves free. Street car to en
trance. ' In case of Immediate-need tele
phone Walnut 820 or Douglas 82S and
oar automobile calls for you.
WEST LAWN CEMETERY.
8th and Center. Office 15th ft Harney.
larffeat rllsnlAv rtf mnmimAnta I.
tha United States. FRANK swnnnni
1218 B. 13th. Phone Douglas 1872-6218.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births and Deaths.
'Births John and Michllena Dogoda,
1001 Molly street, girl; William and Lil
lian Bindley, 2007 East Locust street, girl;
Rudolph and Susan Wilson, 2620 Taylor
treet, girl; Royand Helen Kirk, 3317
Myrtle avenue, boyj Fred and Ottilie
Schroeder, Florence, farm, boy; Frank
and Delia Festener, 352S North Twenty
eighth avenue, girl; T. A. and Kathryn
Graoe, 6514 North Florence boulevard,
boy; Thomas and Anna McGulre. 6060
South Forty-first street, girl; Fred and
Mertal Wolf, 6411 Maple street, boy; Al
bert and Catherine Woberg, 3015 Bur
' detta atreet, boy; William and Esther Si
'fol, 1412 North Thirtieth street, boy;
Reuben and Mary Keeley, 4821 Leaven
Worth. atreet, girl; James and Blanche
Lambson, 208 Center atrcet, boy; Jonas
and Effle Nelson, 4602 Ames avenue, boy;
.-Alfred- and Louise Stelnert, Twenty-fifth
and Douglaa streets, twins, boys;
Harold ind Olivia Thomas, 2605 Wirt
street, boy! Marie and Bessie Weiner, 1518
North Seventeenth street, boy; Alvln and
Mabel Wilson,, 2324 South Twelfth street,
Deaths Frank Stawxlak, 8 months,
2407 Valley street; Andrew Ncvey, 64,
one mile west of Florence; Sebastians
j D"Ag-sta, 8, 1320 South Sixth street; William-
R. Henderson, 29, 2816 Seward
atreet; Mrs. Emma Stallery, 25, 1903 Capi
tol avenue; Mary Koxlal, 1, 2905 South
Twenty-seventh street; Elizabeth J. Wa
terman, 70, 4J; Amea avenue; Mrs. Ar
mtnda Whoeler, 51, hospital; Louis Rada
Irevic, 82, 1214 South Thirteenth street;
Charles R. Atsen, 27,' 2610 Dodge street;
Edgar C. Martin, 30, 608 North Twenty
first atrpet; E. I. Altman, 27. 1803 Lo-
cuat s treat; Marie Cernello, 21 hours, 121
Woolworth avenue; Leona M. Rowell, 20
days. 8107 Locust street.
h SEWING MACHINES .
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts
of all sewing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.
15th and Harney Sts. Doug. 1662.
The following permits to wed have been
4. Mill v auu num j. 1 , ' n
Edward E. Slocum, Omaha;.... 37
-Virginia C Seymour, Omaha.; 38
JacobS. Matuazskt, Council Bluffs, la... 21
Lois M. Price, Council Bluffs, la 17
Franklin E.'Ayers, Frankfort, Ind 28
Minnie Miller, Omaha
George Lander, Omaha r 48
Nora walker; Omaha 22
The following building permita have
been Issued: -
Union Stodt Tarda company, fccomotive
, coaling plant, 87,000.
' L08T Bunch keys between South Side
' postofflce and Melcher's drug store.
South Bide. Please leave at drug store.
TAKEN UP-rOue stray a leer. Telephone
The Best Place to Buy
Good Used Pianos.
AH used instruments are thor
oughly ovehauled in our complete
ly equipped repair department,
making it possible for us to guar
antee used players, pianos and or
gans the same as new high grade
A partial list of bargains on
hand today. , This list changes
constantly. Write or phone us
for the one you prefer. We will
make comfortable terms.
Henderson Piano, oak $235
Remington Piano, mahogany. 190
Cable & Son Piano, walnut. 170
Geo. Steck Piano, ebony 165
Newton Piano, mahogany... 195
Kingsbury Piano, walnut 190
Strope Piano, ebony.... 150
Price & Teepje Player, mahog-
King Player, oak 350
Karn Player, mahogany,... 450
Hospe Piano, walnut 395
Pianos for Rent
At lowest prices; special rates
to those who rent for the season.
Six months' rent allowed if pur
Done by experts and guaran
teed by us. Charges reasonable.
Special price for yearly contract.
Call or phone for particulars.
A. HOSPE CO.,
Established 1874. 1513 Douglas St.
othe ! Gulbransen PIiZ
A. HOSPE & CO., 1613 Douglas, have pianos
to rent at 23.60 per month, or win sen
on easy terms.
MAHOGANY player piano, good as new.
2150. Call 041 a. Z4tn tn., apt n.
Store and Office Fixtures.
TEN cars used lumber. 225 and up per M.
New roofing, 21 25 to 21.75. Doors, 82
up. Electrical motors and machinery.
II. Gross Lumber and Wrecking Co..
21st and Paul streets. Omaha.
WE buy, sell and make desks, safes, show
cases, sneivtiiK, uiu.. . .
Supply Co., 11th and Douglas. D. 2724.
Typewriters and Supplies.
TYPEWRITERS sll makes, sold, rented
THE W. N. LONG COMPANY.
1915 Farnam. Tel. D. 3969.
ADDING MACHINES, all makea bought,
rented and sold.
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
1905 FARNAM ST.
WE BUY, sell or exchange typewriters;
guar, typewriters 210 and up. Write for
list. Midland Typewriter Co., 1404 Dodge.
RENT an Oliver Typewriter, three months
for 26.00. Oliver Agency, 1905 Farnam
ONE 9-column Jurroughs adding machine
for sale at a bargain.
1905 FARNAM ST.
Machinery & Engines.
TWO horizontal boilers, 80 H. P. each,
five years old; 2400 each. Call Tyler
ONE John Deere Bailer, with or without
engine; 16x18 bale. One O. M. C. -ton
truck, A-l condition, fully equipped; cab,
prestollte, cattle and grain rack; run
about 1,000 miles. Walter Petersen,
Florence, Neb. Phone Benson 3515.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feathers steamed,
renovated and made up In new feath-
proof ticking. 1907 Cuming. Doug. 2467.
STOCK of Military Lockets. Fireproof
Safe. Burroughs Adding Machine, small
size; Oak l)sk. Douglss 169.
WANTED TO BUY.
TPM VI WQ n" JUBt relumed and
tllliiN XVIIN O wtn gtva you the same
good service that he gave In the past.
Help win the war. Sell your old clothes,
shoes, rugs, tool, trunks and buy W. S.
S. Will call. Re. D. 8032. office D. 8092.
WANTED Bun divider and trough,
also dumping rack. 113 S. 16th St.
Phone Red 2870.
WE buy store storks of furnishing, cloth
ing, shoes. Write 618 South 10th or
phone Tyler 956.
THE NATIONAL CLEANING CO., Un
careful clothes cleaner. Harney 6012.
VM. R. PATRICK, attorney.
Natl. Bk. nidg.
NHTHA WAY for sheriff by petition.
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 D. ll.lii.
G. U. VanArnam Pleating Co.,
336-7 Paxton Ulocli. Phone Doug. 3109.
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
THE OMAHA TRANSFER CO.
REPUBLIC AUTO EXPRESS COMPANY
will haul everything for you. Packages
less than 20 lbs., 15 cents. D. 7453.
Brass and Iron Foundries.
27th and Martha Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze aluminum and machine
gray Iron castlnEs.
Dr. J, C. Lawrence. Biird'Bldg. D. S461.
gPINOGRAPH. Dr. Edwards.24th. Farnam
FULL dress suits for rent. 109 N. I6th St.!
opposite Postofflce. John Feldman.
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W.O.W. Bldg.
Taft's Dental Bins., 3mThose Bldg. D.21S6
JAMES ALLAN. 312 Neville Blk. Evl
dence secured In all cases. Tyler 1136.
KEL-PINE Keep Dancing Academy, 2424
Farnam. Class and private (lessons.
Learn to dance for 25 when learning is
pleasure. Dancing Monday and Thurs
day. Douglas 7850.
KEEP Hotel Rome class and dancing
every Monday. Thursday and Saturday.
Private lessons by appointment. Call
Douglas 25S1 or Harney 2792.
Fixtures and Wiring.
I") TTT-?Tf TNElectri0 washing machines
l U AtiVAi.electrle irons and reading
lamps. 2223 Cuming St. Douglas 2519.
FILM developed, rolls 10c; packs, 15c;
one-day service. Kase Studio, Neville
Watera-Barnhart Ptg. Co.. 414 S. 13th St.
DT A MO'WriQ'Ve th best prce
XJi.n.iX.KJViUKyl privilege to buy
back at small profit. GROSS JEWELRY
Co., 402 N. 16th. Red 6081.
PILES, fistula and other rectal dis
eases cured without sufgical oper
ation. Cure guaranteed. Wrjte for
book on rectal diseases with testi
monials. DR. E. R. TARRY,
240 Bee Bldg., Omana.
Dledrlck, P. L., 216 S. 20th. Tailor. D. 2432.
BARGAINS 1212 Farnam. Q A TP TTCJ
J. J. Deright Safe Co. 0i.r HlO
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. In
ternational Patent Co., 683 Brandela
STURGES & STURGES. U. S. and foreign
patents and trademarks. 330 Bee Bldg.
Omaha Towel Supply 207 S. 11th. D. 682.
614 Brandels Bldg.
T. 2960. H. 4741.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
. Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 644.
SHOTUUN. new, Harrington-Richardson,
latest model, automatic ejecting, single
barrel, 12-gauge. 87. 3937 N. 86th Ave.
TWO SUITS, practically new. good style
for young man, size 37; blue stripe and1
prey; reasonable. Tyler 1122.
ONE single driving harness (used), good
coi-dltlon. Tel. Wal. 25'M.
WANTED To get acquainted with men
of means that desire to enter the oil
producing business on the basis they
play It here, without loss of time on
their part. We wish to raise a drilling
fund to be deposited In trust with bank
for developing an oil lease on which we
have encouraging geologist report, and
believe It will place us in the mil
lionaires class. No stock or promotion
deal, we take oil for our work, write
Minot & Mlnot, Mayor Bldg.. Tulsa, Okl.
OMAHA restaurant opportunity; large
handsome, equlDped, well located, old
established; worth $10,000; must sell or
722 First National Bank Building.
GROCERY STORE AND FIXTURES.
Good location and good business, 4104
Grand Ave. Must be sold at once.
Would make terms on same. Must act
quick. Tel. Col. 3544 or H. 6785.
CASH grocery, profits 24 per day, rent
812,50, two nice living rooms, work for
yourself, few fixtures, reasonable price,
5501 North Thirty-fifth street.
AUDITS, INSTALLING SYSTEMS, COST
FIGURING AND FINANCIAL i RE
PORTS ARE CONSCIENTIOUSLY
DONE BY AN EFFICIENCY EXPERT:
J. S. KING, ROME HOTEL.
YOUNG MAN, age 22 years, experience In
city bank, wants position. Country
bank preferred. Box 4436, Bee.
WANTED By neat appearang young man
a position its chauffeur for a private
family. ' Call Tyler 961.
EXPERIENCED cook want position in
hotel or restaurant. Call after 4. Web
FIVE years' experienced hotel clerk wants
position, night or day. Call D. o!6
EXPERIENCED fireman wants work.
Phone Webster 6194.
EXPERIENCED carpenter wants work.
LADY of 10 years' experience selling high
grade grocery specialties to the trade,
wishes position with responsible fl.m.
Address Norfolk, Neb., South 4th. Cash
YOUNG lady, college graduate, wlshea
comptometer position. Thone Red 7177.
EXP. dressmaking and alteration work
done. Douglas 4901.
PRACTICAL nursing. Confinement cases,
PLAIN and fancy sewing. Webster 2463.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Young man capable taking
charge of yard office operated by coal
and building material company. Reply
in own hand writing and state refer
ences. Box 4.100, Omaha Bee.
WANTED One prescription and com-
, pounding druggist and one counter sales
man. Apply General Office. Shermsyi
& McConnell Drug Co, 2d floor, 19th
and Farnam Sts.
WANTED All-around drug clerk for
first-class drug store; registration neces
sary. Write, wire or phone D. S. Glbbs,
Registered or unregistered dryg elk (small
town), short dist. from Oraa., 2100-2125.
Co-Operatlve Ref. Co.. 10 1 5CityNat.Bk.
WANTED Man above draft ago fot posi
tion as bookkeeper in club, Rood sSary
with board. Phone Douglas 2374,
Bo7)K KEEPERS." $135," 212572100. 290!
WATTS REF. CO , 1138 1st Nat'l JJank.
HELP V'ANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
' Professions and Trades.
Apply in person to the
superintendent of trans
portation, second floor.
Bank LUdg., Omaha.
OMAHA & COUNCIL
Chemist for analytical work In labor
atory of large food Industry; good op
portunity for an aggressive, conscien
tious man; state age, education, ex
perience and salary desired.
Box 4580, Omaha Bee.
CARPENTERS and electricians, both
union and nonunion, wanted on govern
ment work of the most essential kind.
Lots of overtime and the very best of
conditions; steady work. You are needed
to do your bit. Free fare to work. Go
Tuesday and Thursday eve. Apply
FOUR EXPERIENCED ROOFERS
TO LAY READY ROOFING, 85 A DAY.
NORTHWEST BEADY ROOFING CO.
1130 SOUTH THIRTY-FIRST ST.
WANTED One prescription and com
pounding druggist and one counter sales
man. Apply General Store, Sherman
&i McConnell Drug Co., 2d floor, 19th
and Farnam Sts.
UNION carpenters, electricians, steam fit
ters and plumbers not employed call
at Labor Temple for government work.
Long Job and steady work. Overtime.
Non-union men are Invited to call.
MEN WANTED FOR SEWER WORK;
55 CENTS PER HOUR. FORTIETH
STREET AND PAXTON BOULEVARD.
JOB JUST STARTING. SIX MONTHS
GOOD, all around Blacksmith wanted;
good wages; steady Job; year around
house furnished. M. W. Hauge, Avon,
EXPERIENCED dry cleaner and spotter,
immediately; salary 240 a' week. Call
Colfax 14, or apply 4408 N. 24th St.
Modern Dry Cleaning Co.
WANTED Competent engineer; none but
those with references need apply. Clark
son Hospital, 2100 Howard St.
WANTED Experienced washman, 230 a
week. Alliance Steam" Laundry, Al
WANTED Tailor at Wayne Cleaning an,d
Dye Works; permanent position. Wayne,
FIREMAN wanted. Henderson, the flor
ist, at 25th and H Sts. South Omaha.
WANTED Two meat cutters. Apply
Washington Market, 1407 Douglas St.
WANTED Upholsterer for furniture de
partment. Box 41405. Bee.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED Col lector for Nebraska; ex
perienced1 single man, age 18 to 45; sal
ary $27.00 per week. Bonus and rail
road permanent position! Manager, 312
WANTED Salesmen who are capable of
earning 2150 per week. We have a good
live proposition that will Interest you.
Call on T. J. Cochrane, 312 Baird Block.
WANTED Two energetic men for steady
position. One for city, one for road.
Must be able to call on tho public.
Anply T. J. Cochrane, 312 Baird Block.
CITY salesman, exceptionally good line,
$150. Western Reference & Bond Assn.
Agents and Canvassers.
AGENTS to sell our rebuilt cord type
tires, good position. Omaha Radiator
and Tire Works, 2064 Farnam.
WANTED Night engineer. Nebraska
School for the Deaf. Telephone Wal
WANTED A boy over 17 to learn trunk
and case making. Frellng St Steinle,
1803 Farnam St
WANTED By experienced young man,
some one with capital who desires to
enter banking business, need not ba ex
perienced. BOX 289,
Laborers or handy men; good pay,
steady work; no time lost on account
of material or weather.
OMAHA GAS CO.,
20th and Center.
WANTED A good second baker exper
ienced with oven work. A nice big airy
shop, day work, tip top wages to the
right party. Apply to Monogram Bak
ery, Grand Island, Neb.
PRINTER wanted, must be good on ads.
Jobs, and presses and have some knowl
edge of linotype; state wages In first
letter. News-Times. Kingsley, la.
OMAHA railway mall clerk examinations
coming. Hundreds needed. $92 monthly.
Sample questions free. Franklin Insti
tute, Dept. 231-J, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED Men 19 to 60 years fof-vgen-eral
yard work, steady work for good
men. Apply timekeeper. Union Stock
Yards Co., South Omaha.
WANTED AT ONCE Engineer for a
small light and power plant; good sal
ary and good hours. Address Win. A.
J. Retter, Village Clerk, Talmage, Neb.
BE a detective. Excellent opportunity;
good pay; travel. Write C. T. Ludwlg,
' 875 Westover Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED Chicken ruffer.
Poultry Co., Fremont, Neb.
Stores and Offices.
STENOGRAPHER, splendid firm, $90-100.
Stenographer, small office, $60-270.
Stenographer, whL, $65-$75.
Stationery saleslady, $15 wk.
THE MARTI COMPANY,
1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
Laundry and Day Work.
WANTED Ironing and cleaning by re
liable colored women by the day. Web
LAUNDRESS wants Fridays and Satur
days out. Webster 6557.
CLEANING and day work done. Dg. 4859.
CURTAINS laundered, work guar. H. 1130.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Shotgun or pump gun, 12
gauge, for cash. Arthur Johnson, Co
nttSKS DESKS DF.STCS
I New deska; need desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C Reed, 1201 f araasa. S. 1141.
WANTED: EXPERIENCED RAILROAD
OPERATORS AND STATION AGENTS
IN NEBRASKA, COLORADO AND
WYOMING: $98.70 TO $121.00 PER
MONTH. DESIRABLES CLIMATE,
SPLENDID WORKING CONDITIONS.
FREE TRANSPORTATION FROM
POINTS ON THI8 LINE. APPLY TO
SUPERINTENDENT, C B. & Q. RAIL
ROAD, 1004 FARNAM STREET, OMA
HA, OR EMPLOYMENT DEPART
MENT, C. B. A Q. RAILROAD,
CREDIT man. $160.
Assistant credit man, $130-2150.
Salesman, must be good, $150 and op.
THE MARTI COMPANY,
1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
For bank positions see the Waltera Co.,
liii run Mat'l Bank Bldg., Tyler 480.
STENOGRAPHER. $125; Stenog., $100;
Bkkpr., $100; Stenog., $90; Stenog., and
Diet. Opr., $90; ca&Jilcr and Bkkpr., $85;
voucher clerk, $80.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nal Bank.
WANTED Two collectors. We have a
vacancy In our collection department.
Must be able to furnish bond and refer
ences. Apply T. J, Cochrane, 312 Baird
NOW A WAR
LEARN LOCAL AND
Good salary paid while learning. Per
manent positions open; excellent oppor
tunity fcr advancement; yet Into essen
tlal war winning work.
APPLY TO C. F. LAMBER.
NEBRASKA "TELEPHONE CO.
1807 DOUGLAS ST.
DWORAK SCHOOL OK ACCOUNTING.
Second Floor Wead Bldg.,
lxth and Farnam Sts
Household and Domestic.
with two small
children wants competent lady to take
charge of home and do family work.
Good wages. H. L. Jacobs, Rushville.
WANTED An experienced telephone oper
ator. Applv v
UNIOI OUTFITTING CO.
Sixteenth and Jackson Sts.
WANTED Competent white girl for gen
eral housework, references; no washing;
good wages. 6122 Burt St. Call Wal
MAID for general housework, family of
four. No laundry. No objection to
middle-aged woman. Harney 3577.
WANTED White maids; good wages;
good hours. Apply housekeeper Black
stone hotel, 36th and Farnam
WANTED Maid for general housework in
family of two; best wages and no wash
ing. Harney 263.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Mrs. Arthur Gulou. Harney 362.
GIRL for general housework, 2033 Dodge.
Red 6475. J
WANTED Competent secottd cook. Ap
ply Clarkson hospital, 2100 Howard.
WANTED Good girl to assist with gen
eral housework. Call Walnut 3568.
WANTED Competent second cook. Apply
Clarkson Hospital, 2100 Howard.
WANTED Competent girl for general
housewrk; good wages. II. 430.
MIDDLE aged woman for housework; no
laundry. 3128 Corby.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED Floor maid and dining room
girl. - Apply Clarkson hospital, 2110
Agents and Canvassers
WANTED Ladies for house-to-house ad
vertising. Article sold In grocery stores.
Short hours ahd good salary. Call be
tween 7:30 and 9 Tuesday and Wednes
day. Ask for Mrs. Cole, Hotel Snnford.
WANTED WHITE JANITRESSES. AT
TRACTIVE HOURS. ArPLY ROOM
825. W. O. W. BLDG.
TEACHERS Rush calls, good salaries,
all lines, good references and photos;
state salary., Stewart School Service,
Male and Female
STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper, out-cf-town,
8100. Western Reforcnca &
For bank positions see the Walters Co.,
1424 First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Tyler 480.
GENERAL office clerk, $75.
Reference & Bond Assn.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Young ladles to learn how to
operate Comptometers and Burroughs
Calculating and bookkeeping machlnea.
A good position absolutely guaranteed
to every grLoduate, Tim required to
compute course, s weeks to i monrna.
Day and evening classes. Call and see
usor telephoie Douglas 7415 for par-
Needed at one for aewlng; experience
not necessary; good salary and ateady
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT AWNING CO.,
1801 Howard Bt
U. S. GOVERNMENT wants thousands of
clerks; men, women; $1,100 a year. Ex
aminations held in Omaha Dec. 7th;
candidates coached free. Franklin In
stitute, Dept. 231 H, Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning, strictly modern. Call or write
1402 Dodge St. Tri-Clty Barber College.
Phone D. 2147.
MEN-WOMEN Get U. S. government po
sitions; omana examinations uec. i.
Write for sample coaching lessot.a.
Franklin Institute, Dept. 232-J, Roch
ester, N. Y.
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.
-Y. M. C. A. NIGHT SCHOOL
will reopen Monday.
25 different subjects.
Salesmanship and Personal Effi
ciency begins Thursday evening,
SPECIAL WAR COURSES.
Room 319, Y. M. C. A. Tyler 1600.
C. J. SHAW, Director.
SPECIAL COMPTOMETER NIGHT
Starting Monday, Nov. 11, we will have
night classes for young ladles employed
In offices where comptometers are used.
Tuition to this short course, $30. Terms.
Enroll any day or evening. The only
school In the state operated by the
manufacturer of the comptometers. Felt
& Tarrant Mfg. Co., 504 McCague Bldg.
Phone Douglas 1493.
Intensive training for office workers.
Courses in Bookkeeping, Shorthand,
Stenotypy, Typewriting, Railroad and
Wireless Telegraphy, Comptometry, Ma
chine Bookkeeping and all English
branches. Students admitted any day.
Telephone Douglas 1565.
18th and Harney Sts. Omaha, Neb.
Opening session Thursday Eve., Nov. 7,
7:30 Free lecture.
Chas. L. Sykea, Instructor,
Y. M. C. A.
Tyler 1600, Room 318. 17th and Harney.
C. J. Shaw, Director.
RELIABLE AUTO SCHOOL.
Best electrical and , self-starter
courses. Easily learned. No books. Free
catalog. National Auto School, 2814
North 20th St. Omaha. Neb.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Sank Bldg.
LEARN Mosher shorthand and typewrit
ing. Da and night classes. Omaha
Shorthand College. Bee Bldg.. D. 6528.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
SANITARY modern rooms for wnen only.
$2.50 per week. Sunshjne apartmenta.
609 N. 17th St. J. B. Robinson, 442 Bee
Bldg. Douglas 809".
NEWLY furnished, south exposure In pri
vate family, home privileges, H , block
from car. 1511-A Vinton St.
WARM front room, private family, walk
ing distance. $3.60 per week. Harney
NEWLY furnlBhed, modern rooms from
$2 up. 669 S. 26th Ave.
ONE sleeping room, one housekeeping
room. 2013 Harney at.
1520 South Twenty-fourth St.
kltchenetto, in modern house, on car
line, walking distance, washing priv
ileges. Tel. Douglas 7758.
25TH AVE. and Farnam St., Throe rooms
furnished or unfurnished for housekeep
ing; modern .except heat; no objection
to small children. Douglas 8767,
312m - CALIFORNIA Two furnished
- rooms wltrt heat, modern; reasonable.
4 UNFURNISHED, modern rooms, alao
soms large housekeeping rooms, 2540
. Capitol. Call Douglaa 69l.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Board and Rooms.
PLEASANT home prlvll.gea, large room.
uoi ier neat, with private family,
board; references exxchanged. Tyler
COZY room, home cooking, on carllne in
refined widow's home. Phone Webster
SOt". 2890 Maple. Inferences.
NICELY furnished front room, suitable
or iwo, private, breakfast and dinner
served. Harney 3536.
TWO ladies may have furnished room and
. uemis park district. Harney
HEATED rooms, $2 50 week. Apartments
wlth kitchenette Ogden hotel. Coun. B
FOR RENT HOUSES.
I OR RENT Very cholee nine-room house
on 37th St.. one block from Farnam
car. Immediate possession Phone
FLAT. 2305 Leavenworth, 6rms. .$2o700
256R Douglas, light housekeeplng.$33.00
JOHN N. FRE.NZER, DOUGLAS 554.
VERY desinable five-room house. 7f
modern, wrth garage. In Mont Clair.
Call owner. Harney 1387.
5-ROOM home, 270S Seward, $14.
3-room cottage, 2408 Seward St., $9.
6-ronm flat, 1604 N. 24th, $14.
All In good repair. Red 682.
NICE 4-room cottage' partly modern.
good lot, block to car and stores;
$1,700. $00 cash, long time balance.
THREE or four clean, newlv papered
rooms. $12.00 to $14.00. Phone Red
4122, 2419 Cuming.
MODERN 9-room house, 2635 Davenport,
excellent repair, nice yard. Call Har
FOR KENT Five-room house, modern
except heat. 3015 Miami St. Webster
3-ROOM house, $7.50. 6424 North 33d
Ave. Colfax 2192.
5-ROOM cottage, modern except heat,
Diock to car. 1748 S. 28th St, Douglas
6-ROOMS modern except heat, 2507 Plercv
street. Tyler 220S-J.
5 ROOMS, modern except heat, $116
Leavenworth, $18.00. Douglas 6947.
1142 SO. 32D, 7 rins.. ..30.
X617 Park Ave., 8 rms $35.
3216 Hurt St., 8 mis., $40.
Tyler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
4736 N. 36TH ST.. 5-r., mod. ex. ht $17.50
2631 Harney, 7-r., mod., $35.
2721 Hamilton, 6-r.. mod., garage. $18.
RASP BROS., 210 Keeline Bldg. Tyler 721.
LIST your property fur rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler 729.
BIUKETT & Co.
Care of property and Insurance, 250
Beo Bldg. Douglas 6:12
IN ALL PAP.TS OF THE CITY.
CREIGH SONS A- CO., Bee.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
UNDINE APARTMENTS have one three
room with hath and five-room accom
modations. Located at 2652 Dewey Ave.
$35 summer and $45 winter. New and
thoroughly modern. See us at once.
Phone, Douglas 6886 : evenings Douglas
815 1. Traver Bros., 819 First Nat. Brank
2122 N. 24TH ST. Flat, modern except
heat. Webster 4365.
Specialists In Apartment management.
PAYNE & SLATER COMPANY,
Omaha's Rental Agents,
416 Omaha Nat l Bk. Bldg. D. 1018.
FOR RENT Business Property.
THE BE13, building has offices that will
please you. Better Investigate. Key
stone Investment Co., Tyler 131.
FOR RENT A steam-heatd store room.
22x46; full basement; $25 a month. lOih
MODERN store on 16th St. near post
office. Low rent. G. P. Stebbins, 1610
Office and Desk Room.
FOR RENT Suite of 6 office rooms, com
prising all of second) floor, southwest
corner 16th and Dodge Sts. Very suit
able for physicians or dentists with
common reception room. Inquire in
drug store and rooms will be shown.
TWO completely furnished office rooms
with use of phone, typewriter and pri
vate office with roll top del'ts; reason
able rent to the right parif for about
six months. Box'SfiO?. Oma:j Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses
WANTED to rent at once, 6-room house or
apartment centrally located. With
garage preferred. Phone Tyler 1000 and
ask for Mr. Ragan.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY STORAGE CO.
16TH AND JACKSON. DOUG. 283.
STORAGE MOVING. PACKING,
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianoa; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
80S S. 16th. Douglas 4163.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
' For real service In moving packing
and storing call Tyler 230 or Douglaa
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans; careful men. Fur
niture pack., stoorage. 1117 Chicago
Douglas 3354. '
Jf RTTm Express Co., Moving.
. J, IVIjLjL yawing and Storage
1207 Farnam St. Web 2743 Doug 6146
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Nice 6-room bungalow, oak finish,
south front, block from car; 46th and
Marcy Sts.- Terms $500 cash, balance
$35 per month.
Benson & Carmichael,
842 Paxton Block. Douglas 1722.
Owner wants an offer for northeast
corner 48th and Cuming; good store
building with 4 rooms and bath in rear
and barn, 85x100, paved street.
P. J. TEBBENS CO.. Phone I). 2182.
LOT with all Improvements, on paved
street; good district; $395 to 2495; $5
down; $5 per month. Dosglas 6074.
A REAL INVESTMENT
We have one eight-room and one nine
room house, located In the north part cf
the city, strictly modern except heat,
on large lot, 60x160 each, that can be
bought on terms of $200 down and $25
per month. One priced at $1,600 and
the other $1,700, and can be discounted
for all cash. Showing a rental Income
of $51.00 per month. A little better
than 20 per cent on the amount of
money Invested. The owner of these
properties, recently lost her husband
and Is compelled to sell. If looking for
a real bargain call us. Shown only on
Payne Investment Co.,
-837 Omaha Nat'l. Bank nidg. D. 1781.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
5 rooms, strlrtly modern stucco bun
galow, located within one-half block of
Miller park, all on one floor; oak flnlsn
and oak floors; built-in features; nice
garage and cement drive; full cement
basement: furnace heat; on paved
street. Priced at $4,800. If looking for
something new. complete with garage
and all, don't fall to see this.
J PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
63T Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg. P. 17V
NKW, 7-room. oak finish, large loT
double " garage; price $6,760; terms.
6137 North 24lh St. NORRIS A NOR-
RIS. Douglas 4270
$3.350 Up-to-date fi-room bungalow, 3"ii
N. 28th Ave. Monthly payments See
Grlmmel. 'Phone Doug. 1616.
MINNE LUSA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tyler 187
2353 S. 36TH AVENUE.
6-room bungalow, all on one floor,
corner lot 49x133, paved street, all
modern, located a few blocks southwest
of Hanscom park. Price $3,860; $200
cash, balance $36 per month.
C. G. CARLBKRG. REALTOR,
313 Brandeis Th. Bldg.
A Fine Home for Sale
All modern. On paved street. Cor
ner lot with nice lawn and hedge.
House 26x40. Has 5 large rooms and
hall, 3 large closets. Screens and storm
windows and doors. Fruit cellar ana
coal bin. Fine light fixtures and dec
orated. Good car service. Close to
school and church. $3,850.00. $950.00
cash and balance monthly. Buy direct
from owner. x
A dandy four-room house on two fine
lots for only $1,850.00. Has full
cemented basement and cement walks.
Electric lights, water and sewer.
Fine place to garden or raise chickens.
$100.00 cash will handle. Balance
$17.50 per month.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES & APARTMENTS.
AMEriCAN SECURITY CO.
102 S 17th St. Douglas 6012.
WE SELL, rent, insure and make loans
on city properly, north.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
54th and Ames Ave. Col. 217.
V. FARNAM SMITH A: CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1320 Farnam St. Douglas 664.
BARGAINS In himes. Investments, prop
erties and acrrage near Omaha Harri
son & Morton. 916 Omaha Nat Bk Bldg
120 ACRES choice feeding nnd farming
Int. Nllsson. Securities Hldg.
F D WEAD-SELLS" RETl7 ESTATE
REAL EST ATE-Business Property
WE NEED small homes or small invest
H. A, WOLF CO.,
Electric Illilir. Tyl-r 85.
M'CAGL'E INVESTMENT CO
Income, Business and Trackage Specialists
15th and Dodge SlsJ Pimglas 415.
BUSINESS property and Investments.
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
420 First National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT SUBURBAN.
GOOD Omaha Income .property for clear
western land or eastern Nebraska farm.
Mr. Pease. 211 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Acre Farm, New, House,
Just outside city limits. 2 blocks frore
car at Florence: four rooma. Can glv
adjoining ground, balance easy monthly
payments. Call Walnut 2124 this even
ing. Tyler 64 during day.
1614 HARNEY ST.
Real Estate. Loans & Mortgages.
6 PER CENT mortgagee, secured by
E. II. LOUGEE. INC.
538 Keeline Bldg.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6Vi and 6 per cent; farm loans fn
March 1 closing i per cent. J. H
Dumont Co., 418 Keeline Bldg.
No Delay Closing Loans.
W T. GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bldg 12ou?: I535'
OMAH A " H OM ES -EAST N E B. FAR M S
O'KEEKE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2715
$1 00 to" $T6T60'I MADE promptly. F. D
Weed, Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam
LOANS 0 N C I T Y F R O P E R T Y
W. H. Thomas & Son.. Keeline BWi.
SHOPEN & COMPANY. Doug. 422$.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
Our next excursion to MeOehee, Ark
W S. FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
FOR-SAITe Good' half section" Improved,
all tillable, 135 acres broke, 75 In fsl"
grain; bargain. Write Owner, Frti
Summers, Furt Mongan, cSlo.
TWO Lincoln county level sections, n
sand or gravel, dark loam soil, ever:
acre cultlvatable. $15. Terms. Whlti
& Hoover, Omflha Neb.
EIGHTY acres, one-half mile from Wood
ruff, Kan., on tho Prairie Dog valley
letel, well fenced, good improvements
plenty of timber and water. Fifty a ti
fall wheat, looking flue. Team, harnea
and wagon, ono tow. two sows and 1
shoats. three dosen hens and nearly nev
farming tools, some feed. Possession a
once. A bargain at $110 per acre. Term:
$2,500 at 6 per cent, balnnce cash. Thb
layout Is worth more money, must sell
Address J. A. Reeder. Republican City
$160 BUYS 10 lots with good chance for j
OH Call lied 7401 613 Paxlon Block
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Have some new pressed brick Omaha
business property, will exchange for
ranch or farm.
S. S. & R. E. Montgomery,
213 City Nat'l Bank BTdg.
REAL ESTATE TO J2XCHANGE
DODGE THE HIGH
COST OF BUILDING.
Trade your vacant lots for this 7-room
modern home; lot 45x138, with shade
trees and shrubs; good neighborhood;
2',i blocks from car line; pacing all
paid; price, $5,500; mortgage, $2,400.
Owner will take well located vacant lots
or small cot! age for equity, t
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-418 Keeline Bldg. Doug. 690.
5 rooms, strictly modern stucco bunga
low, located within one-half block of
Miller Park. All on one floor. Oak
flnlHh and oak floors. Built-in features.
Ne garage and cement drive. Full
cement basement, furnace heat, on paved
street. Priced at $4,800. If looking
for something new, complete with gar
age and all, don't fall to see this.
- PAYNE INV. CO.,
Doug, 1781, 637 Omaha Natl. Bk. Bldg.
Equity in Dundee Lot
to Exchange Toward the Purchase
of Good 5 or 6-Room Cottage or
This lot lies just south of Dodge St..
on 51st Ave., and Is surrounded by $15,
000 and $16,000 homes. Owner Is In
service and wants to make his ex
change for the benefit of relatives. Let
us know what you have to offer.
J. L. HIATT CO.,
QOA FIRST NATIONAL
UV HANK BLDG.
NICE little 2-acre farm; 3-room stucco
house; chicken houses, etc. Will exc.
equity on cottage on North Side.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
1516 City National. Douglas 6236.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
ACREAGE tracts, $1 down, $1 weekly.
S. W. Field club; high and sightly; rich
soil; $295 and up; new add.; introductory
offer; no taxes; no Interest till Jan. 1,
1920. The Byron Reed Co. D. 297, 1612
FOR RENT SUBURBAN
High-Class Home in
$7,600 An extra well built home,
stucco finish over tile, In excellent
shape throughout; large living room
arrangement, with brick fireplace; com
fortable dining room, with French doors
connecting complete kitchen; four nice
bedlrooms on the 2d floor and two large
rooms finlsheld In attic; first-class hot
waater heating. plant; large lot, with ce
ment driveway and garage. A desirable
home In every way; well located and
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 919-20 City National.
FOR property in Dundee. Happy Hollow
and Falracres, call GEORGE AND COM
PANY, 902-12 City Nat. Bk. Doug. 758.
24U-ACRE improved farm 60 miles frorr
Minneapolis. One-half under cultiva
tion, balance meadow and pasture land
no waste land; 6-room house, corn crib
granary, barn that will hold 30 hear;
of cattle and 6 horses, hog house ant
chicken house; good well of water.
Price $17.50 per acre. $2 000 rash., bal
ance 6 years. 6 per cent. Schwab Bros,
102S Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn
200 acres c!r.3 to Omaha, well im
proved; plenty of alfalfa, timoHiy and
lover; fine soil; land lays gently roll,
ing; only one mile to loading station.
For full particulars see
W. T. SMITH CO.
226 nty NatBank Bldg. Omaha, N-b.
We have several very attractive prop
erties for sale In Dawes, Keya Paha ani
Brown counties. These are places thi;
we have personally Inspected, and r
recommended as being good buys. Send
for list and photos slating as to youi
waflts. Kloke Inv., Co., Omaha.
DOUGLAS COUNTY FARMS.
160 acres. Improved. $2on per acre.
80 acres, Improved, $200 per acre.
80 acres. Improved, $300 per acre.
WIDOW lady will sell her J.i-acre farn
to close estate. One mile to town oi
5.000; 16 miles from Omaha. Owner
Mrs. M. L. Scott, Pacific Junction, la
WRITE me for pictures and prices of rnj
farms and ranches In good old Dawei
county. Arah L Hungerford. Crawford
MERRICK COUNTY. Improved corn am
alfalfa farms at the right price M A
LARSON. Central City. Neb
ALFALFA wheal and corn irrigaltc
farms and ranches, $15 to Jl10. 9n!
for list Cover ft Co , Cnzart Neh
80-ACRE good Improved farm near Lin
coin at $10,500. Good terms Write a.
once to John L. Msurer, Arriba. Colo.
"In the Heart of the Range"
The Jordan Valley Project.
An empire In the making, land $1 00 pel
acre plus the cost of the water Vou can
file on grazing homestead eniriea nearby
Llcrature and parUcuIrrs on request.
Next excursion November 16.
HARLEY J. HONKER
940 First Natl. Bk. Bldg Omaha. Neb
FOR SALE OR TRADE 117 acrea What
have you? F H Schlev. Council Ulufia
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 pel
a.. Including paid up water rights. Henry
Levi & C. M. Rylander. 864 Omaha Nat.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
All makes. With and without starters
25"to pick from. Phone D. 1241 or call
at 1616 Davenport
BOYLAN AUTO CO.
1917 Ford Touring Car, in fine condition
Winter top, self starter. Price $650.
If Interested, call Tyler 63 or Colfai
1915 PACKARD touring car, A-l condi
tion, new tires, $750. Will take Foid
car as part payment. Call at 2661
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO.
2020 Farnam St. Omaha. Neb.
WILL sell reasonably Ford grocery truck,
first-class condition. Col. 3544 or H. 6785.
1917 DODGE roadster; good condition,
good' tires; $700. Daunts, Tyler 380.
for packing trench tins of hardbread, for closing and
capping tins and for sealing tins with electric soldering
We guarantee you $10.00 per week to start and pay
you more as you learn and earn more. We also pay you
a 10 per cent bonus at the end of each four weeks of
steady work Our week's work ends at 12:30 Saturday
noon. Cafeteria serves good hot lunches for only 12c
We want girls and women to take these jobs who
are ready and willing to work on what Uncle Sam needs,
even if they don't have to work to support themselves.
IT IS YOUR PATRIOTIC DUTY TO HELP RIGHT
NOW. v .
Apply at once to Mrs. Emery, Employment office,
1212 Capitol Ave. middle of the block, second floor.
Write us, please, if you live outside of Omaha or Coun
ITEN BISCUIT CO.
Snow White Bakery, Omaha
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