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DEATH & FUNERAL, NOTICES.
UKYNdUiH Loren A.. 813',4 Leaven
worth, March 20, aped 43. Funeral from
Hoffmann funeral home, 24th and Dodge
Sts., Wednesday 2:30 p. m. Interment
" West I.awn. Deceased la survived by
' his wife, Sarah, and sevin children,
Ruby, Kena Marie, Hurh. Gladys, Loren
A., Jr.. Frank and Joseph.
WALLANDEfi Jack, aged 2 months, be
loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Q. Wal-
lander, at th horn Monday at 6:30
r P. Ill,
Funeral eci.lcea Wednesday at 2 P.
m. from Jackson's undertaking parlors.
Internn'it Forest Lawn cemetery.
KKIMLIiKSKI EolTll Blanche, Infant
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Krlmlofakl,
til tho residence, 1624 Victor Ave., Sun
day, March 21, 1920, aged 4 months.
Funeral from residence Tuesday,
March. 23, 1920. at 3 p. m. Interment
. (raccl".'id Park cemetery.
JjAV Joslah W.
- Fineral services will be held from
residence of his daughter, Mrs. A. H.
Hall, 310! Curtis avenue, Thursday at
S " . 3 p." m. Interment at family lot at
Forest Lawn, under direction of Crook
Post. O. A. R. Rev. SaVidge officiating.
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FOR ARTICLES LOST on street cars tele,
phone Tyler (10. We are anxious to re
store lost articles to rightful owners.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
LOST- rings', one set with diamonds,
the other with sapphire, on West Leav-oiiow.-tn
car 01 Burgess-Nasb. Rewurd.
LUST Ilrown mackiuaw coat, J2 reward.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
sollcta your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. We distribute.
Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1114 Dodge stree
THOMAS I1AMEH left Waukesha ahout
25 vars ago. When last heard from
he was In Nebraska. Any lnformatlow
from him or his heirs will beto their
advantnge. Address D. J. Hemlock,
Atty.. N!5 flinnd Ave., Waukewha, Wis.
SMALL Mary Ann. aged 76 years, at
i. her residence. 3519 Sherman Ave.,
March 23. 1920.
Funeral. Wednesday afternoon. 2:30
p. m. from N. P. Swanson's chapel, 17th
. and Cuming His. Interment. York, Neb.
EKLLEY Phillip, 6-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. John F. Kelley. Monday even
i" Ing following an operation.
Funeral from tho home, 47th and .1,
Wednesday, 2 p. m. Rev. Father Oabriel
t officiating. Burial. Holy Sepulchur.
GOODWIN Squire C, March 22. 1920,
aged 61 years, at his residence, 290
' Charles St. Funeral from St. Pauls
Epibconal church. 32d and California
Sis.. Thursday 2 p. m. Interment For
" est I.awn cemetery. Friends Invited.
KMALI. Mary Ann, aged 75 years, at her
, residence, 3S19 Sherman Ave., March 22,
1920. Funeral Wednesday afternoon,
2:20 p. m., from N. P. Swanson's chapel.
,, . 17th and Cuming Sts. Interment at
LEE L. LARMON FVZZT
11 Poiigjns St.
L. Henderson, 1 5 19 Fa rnam. Douglas 1248.
'JOHN BATH. 18th and Parnam. T. 3000.
STACK & FALCONER,
'Thirty-third and Farnam. Harney 64.
, FRED E. FERO,
SS.1 and Coming Sts. Phone Douglas 677.
, 1 NEW LOCATION
CROSBY'S NEW FUNERAL HOME,
1018 WIRT ST.
i Away from noise of busy streets.
PHONE WEBSTER 47.
. HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertaker and P.mbalmers.
Pionl H. 265. Office 2611 Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN,
' Pioneer Funeral Directors.
Tot South 16th St. Douglas 1068.
.t TAGGART & SON,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
Telephone Douglas 714 2216 Cuming St.
" DUFFY &T0HNS0N,
UNDERTAKERS, 717 S. Kith. Tyler 1676.
MONUMENTS & CEMETERIES.
'THE largest display of monuments In
the United States. FRANK SVOBODA,
..... 1215 S. 16th. Phone Douglas 1875-5216.
felRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births John and Emma Overbeiser.
4410 North Sixtieth, girl: Alma and
.K,lla Jones, J637 Burdette, boy; Roy anil
1 Carrie- Secret, 5450 South Twenty-fourth,
boy; Cenovevo and Rita Ogeda, 6209 South
Twenty-second, girl: Lawrence H. and
'Mary Mlllerr 2526 Jefferson, girl: Jns"ph
" and Emma Tourek, 1449 South Twelfth,
boy: Fabian and Minnie Hanson. 1314
Burt, - girl: John and Luella Kalhorn.
401 U, Tioy; Charles and Lula Long.
291 Monroe, girl: Domenlco and Maria
Giordano. 1118 South Twenty-second, boy:
Tur and Hllma Carlson, 2526 Hlmebaugh
avenue, boy; William and Ruth Fleming,
Deaths William J. Holmes, 59, Flor-
'enca. Neb.; Crmrles Muff, 68, 4415 North
v Thirty-first: Mary An Small. 75. 4519
Sherman avenue; Mary C. Fulton, 62, 2S04
Ruggles; Evelyn B. Krlmlofsky. Infant,
' 1624 Victor avenue; Ellla L. Cowin, 70,
833 South Thirty-seventh: David Masters,
Jr., infant, 2923 Leavenworth: Fred
Strube, 77. hospital: Alice Sams, 71, 1920
South Thirteenth; Oladys Troubrldge, In
fant, 2207 North Twentieth: Harry Har
vard Hallsteadt. 39, 1504 Burt.
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The following couples have been Issued
licenses tc wed:
Name er.d Address. Age
.Terry A. Koublnek. Oxford Junction, la. 29
Maudo Smith, Montlcello, la 30
fharle W. Oray, Omaha 21
Margaret Funk,-Omaha 19
IJovd L. HowelL Omaha 22
Lola B. LIvesay Sioux City, la 18
Hsrrv' Glassburg, Omaha ,..24
"Jlertha Berkovitr, Omaha 18
r.dward J. Palmer, Monkton, Vt BS
Avi E. Tomlinson, Wood River, Neb..S7
William D. Stevens, Shelton, Neb 26
Esther A. Bauer, Defiance, O X
Charles Tt. Tramble, Omaha 34
.Lillian Ellis, Omaha , f 32
T-elie Fraitlo, Council Bluffs. Ia 24
Maria Ella, Omaha 18
Manuel Cook, Omaha .....24
Madeline Lafayette, Omaha 17
Homer X. Banta. Burlington, Ia 28
Mabel Henry, Waterloo, Ia 27
Everett' P. Nlday, Chicago, 111 24
Mildred Henson. Omaha 19
Vincent P. McDonnell, Omaha .'...II
Rose M. Hohl. St. Louis. Mo 18
Lincoln P. Talley, Omaha ...25
Jlay Punches. Omaha 20
"Joseph L. Funk. Lincoln, Neb 28
Sophia Terkelsen, Lincoln, Neb 34
Shades L. Pickett. Des Moines, Ia 30
Delia Thompson, Des Moines, Ia 29
Matt Anderson, Bavard, la ...25
Jeanette Gladem, Bayard. Ia 18
Glenn P. Klrschner, Omaha over 21
Marie Watson, Omaha .over 18
Martin Atkinson. Des Moines, Ia 25
Mabel Wilkinson, Des Moines, Ia 25
Carl Kerst, Omaha 26
Bernlce Tipton, Omaha 20
Z, BUILDING PERMITS.
v iV William Irving, 2224 Fort street, remodel
frame dwelling. 1.000; Omaha Loan &
Building association, 209 North Thirteenth
mstreet. alterations to brick building, 16.000:
j V. P. Chlvo, 1020 South Twenty-fifth
ave, frame dwelling. 2.500; Matson
Smalls. 818 South Fiftieth avenue, frame
Mwoiilne. S6.E00: 320 South Fiftieth ave-
nue, frame dwelling, $6,600: 319 South
Flftleth avenue, frame dwelling, $6,1i00;
"310 South Fiftieth avenue, irame awemng,
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
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2 LOST MONDAY NOON ON FARNAM
as STREET BETWEEN 46TH AND 48TH.
GVXTLEMAN S 17-JEWEL WATCH;
HUNTING CASE; SMALL CHAIN AT-
TACHEU. CALL HARNEY 6419.
tFLOOR lamp delivered to 324 No. 2ith,
ZT about a week ago, without name of
5 sender or to whom sent. Owner may
- S hav same by calling Tyler 1648 and
paying for ad.
jELOST Pi Phi Chi fraternity pin, set In
' 2 pearl. In Hayden, Bros, grocery depart
30 mnt or mi Dodge between 16th and
a) loth. Reward . an narney i
lLOST On Leavenworth or Florence car
or west on t urns avenue nmpen i
5 and H:S0 Monday a. m.. diamond
brooch act with pearls. Satisfactory
54,-" -r . f. -vv-.
MananEe treatment uiven at their
home, by appointment. Mrs. M. Ritten
Imuse. Pouglas 9080.
PAT1KNTS to .care for. in my home.
Electric Bath and Massage. Webster
2911. i i .
DU. HOLEFtAN Electro therapy and
massage. 318 Neville Blk.
MASSAGE' Maniuurfle. 210 N 17th St;
open until 9 p. m.
WE buy combings and cut hair; also ui4ke
switches from combings: all work guar
anteed. The Erickson Hair Shop, 2201
Chicago Ave.. Minneapolis. Minn.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlaito Drug vStore. 15th
and Douglas Sts. Omaha, Neb.
WEDDING annourcements and printing,
Dou?l.T3 Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 644.
Clothing and Furs.
FULL dress suits for rent. 109 N. leHh St
John FVidman. Phone 3128.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
stye-; hemstftching, picot, edgings, eye
let cut work, button holes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co., 308
Brown Blk. Douglas 1936
Brass and Iron Foundries.
T. paxton-mitchell co,
27th nnd Martha Sts.. Omaha. Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray iron castings.
Baggage- and Express.
Mid-West Transfer Co.,
Express and baggage, furniture mov
ing, country hauling. Tyler 3760. 413
South ll'th St.
Hartung's Transfer Co.,
1211 HOWARD ST. TYLER 1976.
Trucks, any size, leased, or your hsul
lng contracted by hour, day or year.
R. R. Ticket
Office. D. 295.
"The Only Way"
Omaha Transfer Co.
CARPENTER work, all kinds, contracts or
hour. Estimates furnished. Tyler 4259.
CARPENTERING, repairing, remodeling
done. L. J. Erickson, Walnut 1 637.
Carrie J. Burford, 620 Paxton Blk. D. 1208.
Collections made everywhere.
THE MERCHANTS CREl'lT RATING CO.
D. 3949, Suite 23 Arllngtpn Bid. Omaha.
'TrTTIT TTXTTns-honl for Dancine. 2424
IVJlllJ-A liN Jl(Farn8m. D. 7850. Class
at 8; dancing at 9 p. m. Monday. Thurs
day. Saturday: prlvateJesmisjwiylme.
iffsS PAULINECAPPS Artistic dancing,
17th and Farnam. Misner scnooi, i-ai-terson
Blk. Pupil of Denishaun school.
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bid.
PHIL. WINCKLER, best shadower and
Investigator in Omaha; personal service.
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY, Incorporated. Doug. 1107.
Arlington Blk . Omaha, Neb.
JAMES ALLEN, 312 Neville Blk. Evi
dence secured In all cases, "tyier me.
DRESSMAKING and alterations; work
guaranteed. Webster ofitto.
PLAIN SEWING all kinds; men's shirts
specialty. Douglas 46&H
DRESSMAKING and alterations; work
guaranteed. Tyler 3979.
DRESSMAKING done reasonably. Walnut
DRESSMAKING and altering done. D. 7643.
FOR dainty tiny tola clothes, call II. 2165.
Hats cleaned and blocked.
HATS cleaned, reblocked. ladies' straw
nats specialty, aiastos pros., idm nai y.
WEAVING: all rugs remade. Tyler 1433.
HAULING by day, week or job. Harney
ALL kinds of ashes, refuse hauled. Wal
VACUUM cleaners, delivered, called for,
60c dav. Vacuum Cleaner service to.
Call Webster 1657 from 10 a. m. to 4
p. - , ,
ELECTRIC heaters. $10.50; vacuum clean
ers. J37.50; Mola wasning macnine.
Lalley-WIIs'on Electric Co.. 1:107 Farnam.
ELECTRIC vacuum cleaner, il a day de
livered. Colfax 4116.
RENT Hoover and other electric vacuum
sweepers, delivered, wenster -'s.i.
ELECTRIC va?uum cleaner for" rent.
Call Douglas 5718.
REDI-MADE GARAGES, wood or steel.
Send for circular. Keai-siaae nousing
Co.. 2211 Howard. Red 3657.
Gas Stoves Connected.
The gas man. House piping, stoves
connected, light transferlng. Walnut
GAS STOVES connected, $2; fuel, lights
and connections; rebuilt gas stoves;
reasonable. Harney l" is.
GAS stoves connected. J2.00; repaired and
repaintea. ah lunus s wuir, xuh-
service. Harney 1619. .
GAS stoves connected, $2.00. Tyler 4439.
Gold and Silver Plating.
SILVERWARE, all kinds replated. re
paired, refinlshed like new.
J. L JACOBSON. 636 World-Herald Bldg.
y tnt-rlor Varnishing.
INTERIOR varnishing, enameling; floors
refinlshed. waxed, wall paper cleaned.
back ai small profit. GROSS JEWELRY
Co.. 402 N. 16th St. Doug. 5049.
W. C. FLATAU.
Jewelry Established 1892.
Sixth Floor. Securities Bldg.
Kodak Finishing and Enlarging.
FILMS developed: printing and enlarging.
Writ for prices. Tha Ensign Co.. 1607
Q. S. Collins. Justice of the peace. Room
16, Patterson Blk. Douglua 3205. .
I FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
MATTRESSES made over. Harney 7162.
City Mattress Co., 2814 Cuming.
DR. MABEL WESSON.
211 Balrd Bldg., 17th and Douglas.
T. 2960. H. 4741.
, Painting and Paperhanging.
PA PER HANGING, painting, estimates
free, that co.t nothing and may save
you money. Tyler 2765.
PAPERHANGING, quick service, lowest
prices, new stock paper. Harney 3814.
PAINTING, papering, free estimates Call
mornings or.evenings. aHrney 6740.
PAINTING, paperhanging and decorating:
work guaranteed. Webster 3031.
PAINTING, painted wails washed, wall
paper cleaned. Webster 1156.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
PAINTING and wallpaper cleaning. Tyler
PAINTING, , paperhanging
cleaning. Douglas 6322.
PAINTING and paperhanging; first-class
work. Douglas 763.
PAINTING, paperhanging and plastering.
Phone Walnut 4667.
PAPERHANGING. quick service, lowest
prices, new si ock pa per Harney 3814.
PAPERHANGING and painting by con
tract. Tyler 4 8
PAINTING and paperhanging; estimates
free: work guaranteed. Doug. 8561.
PAPERHANGING, $6 room and up. In
cluding paper, work. Walnut 4998.
PAINTING and Papering,
Furniture and Household Goods.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattresses made
over In new ticks at half the price of
new .beds. 1907 Cuming St. Douglas 2467.
WE sell new and near-new furniture,
stoves and rugs at lowest prices; cash
or payments. Amer. Furn. Co.. 605 N. 16.
FURNITURE for sale, at 2647 Itaese.
Call before 9 a. m. oY after 6 p. in.
BUFFET and dining table for sale. 2301
Pianos nnd Musical Instruments.
MCSIllIANS SUPPLY SHOP.
404 Karbbach Blk. Phone Douglas
We curry a complete line of saxo
phonrs. band Instruments, drummers"
supplies, saxophone reeds, mouthpieces
and accessories. Saxophones repaired and
AUnQPr?. Everything In
. XlUOr J4J KjKJ. art and music.
Pianos for r.iit. t4.00 per month.
1,000 Columbia records for sale or ex
change for what have you?..' Douglas
8104. 3223 So. 24th.
DRUMS, traps, marimbas, Instructions,
repairing. Phone Harney 2967. Geo. A.
Smith. 2761 Davenport St.
BARGAIN in player piano; like new.
Pouglas 4703. ,
BEAUTIFUL 'mahogany player. Call Ty
PIANO nf bargain. Harney 2074.
Lumber and Building Material.
TRY H M. KEVAN. 544 SOUTH 30TH ST.
Store and Office Fixtures.
STURGES & STURGES. registered patent
, attorneys. Patents obtained in U. S.
and foreign countries. 330 Bee Bldg.
WE PATENT your invention and sell it
to manufacturers who need It. Interna
tional Patent Co.. 582 Brandela. Omaha.
COCKI.fi PRINTING CO.
1816 St. Marys Ave. Douglas 2831.
GET OUR FIGURES.
Our roofs are our proofs.
All work guaranteed.
NORTHWEST READY ROFFING
S02 So. 31st. - Harney 2574.
BARGAINS. 12th Farnam.
.T. J. Derlght Safe Co.
Safe . Repairing.
E'ERT safe opening and repairing.
American Safe & Tlmelock Repair
Works. Harney 3220.
We rent, rnalr. a 'M nerdls and parts.
15th and Harney. Douglas 1973.
BY registered tree surgeons; trimming,
cavity work, bracing, planting, trans
planting, removing, treatment of insect
and fungus pests and diagnosis and
treatment of disease and injury. Over
200 satisfied local customers; no charge
PAGE TREE SERVICE.
211 Davldge Block. Tyler 4800.
OMAHA STATIONERY CO., 307-9 S. 17th.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S. 11th. D. 528.
?f. KEISER, 306 South 18th. Doug. 1187.
THEATRICAL, historical and masque cos
tumes for amateur theatricals and par
ties for rent nt T. Lieben & Son, Omaha.
Main spring. $1.50; cleaning, $1.50;
Jewels, $1 to $1.50; watch crystals, 25c.
All work guaranteed.
THE W. C FLATAU STORE,
Room 601 Securities Bldg.
FOR SALE MISCELANEOUS.
Furniture and Household Goods.
AUCTION AUCTION! '
Extra high grade and stample furnl
t u r e. Pianos, Talking Machines,
and furnishings of several good homes.
Will be sold In My Auction House,
Southeast Corner 18th and Web
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24,
Starts at 1 P. M.
This is a big sale, consisting of 3 ex
tra High Grade Pianos. 2 Standard
Pianos. 2 Standard Talking Machines,
Standard Electric Lamps, 1 expensive
Mahogany Parlor Suite, 1 expensive Ma
hogany Davenport and 2 Mahogany
Chairs to match, 1 Circassian Walnut
Parlor Suite, several good Mahogany and
Oak Library Tables, 7 -extra good nearly
new Wilton Rugs, size 9 by 12 and sev
eral smaller Wilton Rugs, 9 good Ax
minster and Brussells Rugs, size 9 by
12, and several smaller Rugs, 1 very ex
pensive Mahogany room set; this is a
dining room set to be used In break
fast room or apartment, consisting of
(late Leg Table and 4 expensive Chairs
ta match, 4 good Oak Dining Room Sets,
complete, and extra pieces of dininj?
room furniture, 1 Mahogany Bedroom
Suite, 1 Circassian Walnut Bedroom
Suite and Birds Eye Maple Bedroom
Suite, all except the bed, which Is
brass; several good Mahogany and Oak
and Walnut Dressers, Chiffoniers and
Dressing Tables, several Massive Brass
beds complete and several Vernis Mar
tin and Simons Beds complete, several
large Leather Rockers, and 1 Novelty
Horn Chair, 4 High Oven Gas Ranges,
Kitchen Cabinets, Ice Boxes, Dufold,
Sanitary Couches and Beds, Writing
Desks and Bookcases. Dishes. Cook
ing Utensils, Linens and hundreds of
articles too numerous to mention.
JAMES L. DOW1). AUCTIONEER,
If you have anything to sell call Doug
las 3285. Tyler 9'i6.or Douglas 8878.
COMPLETE FURNISHINGS OP A
BEAUTIFUL 9-ROOM HOME
at 2220 Willis Ave.,
Friday, March 26. Starts at 1 P. M. Sharp.
Salo will take place In the residence.
This is extra good furniture and con
sists of evci thing used in a first-class
home. Owner going to California.
Watin the papers for details of this
JAMES L. DOWD. AUCTIONEER.
Ph. Doug. 32&5, Tyler 966, or Doug. 8878.
BEST BARGAINS IN OMAHA.
Solid oak Jacobean William and Mary
8-plece dining room suite valued at $275
to go at $175. The suite consists of
chairs, leather seated; an extension
table and a very roomy buffet. Other
suites In same style. A William and
Mary, in walnut, $290 value, at $197.60.
A William and Mary, in mahogany, $400
value, at $240.
STATE FURNITURE COMPANY.
Corner 14th and Dodge Streets.
Opposite U. P. Headquarters, Omaha.
COMPLETE 6-ROOM HOME OF GOOD
at 2616 North 15th St.,
Thursday, March 25, Starts at 1 P. M.
This sale will take place in the resi
dence. Everything must go linens,
dishes, furniture and complete furnish
ings of 6-room home. Owner leaving
city. Watch the papers for details.
JAMES I.. DOWD. AUCTIONEER.
Ph. Doug. Use, Tyler 966, or Doug. 8878.
$25,000 stock of furniture to be sold: 300
. stoves of all kinds, rues, linoleum, phon
ographs, duofolds, tables, chairs, china
and kitchen cabinets, dresses, chiffon
iers, beds, springs, mattresses, trunks,
suityaaes, bedding, linen, etc. Open till
p. hi. i.rniL ii you. wisn. IBJS-tl
I N. 24th St. Web. 1607. '
WE buy, sell and make desks, safes, show
cases, shelving, etc. .Omaha PMxture &
Supply Co., 11th and Douglas Doug.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents for tho CORONA.
Get our prices before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Doug. 4121. 1905 Farnam.
WE buy, sell and exchange all makes
of typewriters. Write for list. Midland
Office Supply Co.. 1404 J3odse.
RENT an Oliver typewriter three, months
for $6.00. Oliver Agency, 1906 Farnam
WANTED Position as housekeeper by
woman with two children; must be near
school; expect good wages and will give
careful, good service; good cook; ref
erences exchanged. Mrs. Borchers. Col-
fax 273. 3191 Fowler Ave.
Watch the Domestic column of The
Beo. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't miss them.
NEAT colored school girl wants work
evenings. Webster 6216.
WANTED Position as cook for noonday
luncheon. Webster 5053.
Laundry and Day Work.
HOME laundrj, all kinds of family wash
ing, rough dry, finish curtains, blank
ets, etc; work guaranteed Colfax 2284.
EXPERIENCED colored dressmaker wants
sewing by the day, 60o an hour. Web.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
ANDREW MURPHY & SON,
WANTED Newspaper makeup; linotype
machinist; machinist operators and
floor men: non-union : references re
quired. Address Fort Smith Printing &
Publishing Fraternity (comprising two
dally newspapers and seven job shops).
Fort Smith. Ark.
EXPERIENCED hand laundry wants bun
dles of all kinds, lace curtains and fancy
clothes. Webster 1975.
ANY kind of bundle washing. Men's
bundle a specialty. Webster 3948.
BUNDLE and family washing called for
and delivered. Walnut 1214
LAUNDRY work for Monday, Tuesday, and
. Wednesday. -Webster 3086.
EXPERIENCED laundress and ironer;
reference. South 4461.
LCOLORED woman wants cleaning; 50c
DAYWORK and washing, colored girl.
DAY work, colored woman. Webster 3467.
BUNDLE washing, soft water. Webster
DAY WORK Experienced colored lady.
BUNDLE washing and laca curtains.
BUNDLE washing; experienced laundress.
GENERAL blacksmith. 10S1 M St.
job, send weges Lincoln. Neb.
WANTED Buttery man, experienced with
electric vehicle batteries as well as S.
L. I. Must have good references as to
character, as well as ability. .Write all
particulars In first letter to Frost Tire
and Baltery Co., Sioux Falls, S. D.
BARBER STUDENTS WANTED
Special offer: wages; big demand for
graduates. Call or write for catalog.
MOLKR IiARL'EK COLLEGE
110 South 14th St. Phone Doug. 7777.
WANTED 300 carpenters, 76 masons, 200
mechanics, 100 bricklayers, 400 farm
hands. We hsve requests for labor of
all kinds. Highest wages paid. Write
today. Industrial Commissioner, Chas.
McCaffree, Capitol Q-81, Pierre, South
WANTED An auto repairman; one who
can do general overhaulllng and other
work connected with a garage". State
wages wanted, married or single and
experience; steady Job. Write or phone
W. E. Amos, Lincoln Highway Garage,
BUNDLE washing called for, dellverd.
Webster 62! ti
DAYWORK Rt liable1 colored woman.
Ir6n!NG and day work; experienced.
Large, electrically operated National
Cash Register; 4-drawer; cabinet stanS
register. Keys from lc to $90. Excellent
Inquire, W. H. Qulvey,
Bee Publishing Co.
AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS CO.
Sales Bureau, 1111 Harney St.. Omaha,
Thursday, March 25, 1920, 9:30 a. m.
Our Last Auction Silverware, Men's
and Ladles' Suits, Silk Sweaters. Elec
tric Lamps, Auto Supplies, Trunks. Suit
cases, etc., containing merchandise of
every description will be sold to the
highest bidder for cash.
F. B. STEPHENSON, Auctioneer.
A. J. SAMPSON. Sales Agent.
IRONING, steady work, half day or hour.
DAY WORK, cleaning, good worker. Web
LAUNDRY work, reliable woman. Web
BUNDLE washing dons cheap. Webster
DAY work, experienced lady. Webster
DAYWORK, experienced laundress. Web
ster 39 'i5. '
LAUNDRY WORK, cleaning, 40c fcous.
DAY WORK Reliable colored woman.
Webster 3254 after 6 o'clock.
LAUNDRY work; experienced colored lady.
DAY work, colored lady. Webster 5201.
DAY work, colored woman. Webster 2498.
LADY wants day work. Webster 2093.
PERFECT bundle washing. Webster 4209.
DAY work, nliahle woman. Webster 4115.
DAY WORK Colored lady. Webster 1226".
IRONING and daywork.
DAYWORK and cleaning. Webster 6099.
LAUNDRY work wanted. Webster 4393.
WANTED Bundle washing. Webster 2238.
DAYWORK and cleaning. Webste5j8.
DAY-WO RKndHTleaning. Webster 1873.
DAY WORK nnd laundry. Webster 6034.
DAYWORK wanted. Webster 6216.
CLEANING or ironing. Webster auzu.
NEW electric washing machine, $75.
standard make. Why pay fancy retail
prices? We are western distributers for
the factory. Omaha Western Sales Co.,
phone Doug. 4423.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattresses
made from vour own feathers, summer
and winter sides. 1907 Cuming. D. 2467.
Live fish at Lipsman's Fish Market.
2507 Q St. Phone South 3637.
STRAWBERRIES ALL SUMMER. Ever
bearing plants for sale. Box 38, Deni
DIAMOND, l4k. Beautiful stone. Bar
galn $650. Box B. 29. Omaha Bee.
DRY KINDLING WOOD. ACME BOX
CO. HARNEY 1837.
GOOD drophead sewing machine; cheap.
KINDLING delivered. $3.50 per load. Web
TWO pair army officers' puttees. Douglas
WANTED TO BUY.
Hijfr prices for certain Issues this
wefk. We will help you make your in
come tax return. Strictly confidential.
639 Securities Bldg.
WE BUY baled waste paper, old maga
zines and newspapers. State quantity
you have on hand. Write or phone for
prices. Omaha Paper Stock Co., 15th
and Marcy. Douglas 159.
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT.
MACK'S BOND HOUSE.
1421 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone Tyler 3644.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed 1207 Farnam. D. 6146
Liberty Bonds Bought
610 World-Herald Bldg."
WILL buy second hand clothing, shoes
and furniture. Tyler 2598. A. Zavett,
705 North 16th St.
WANTED To buy 10-year-old girl's bl
cycle. Harney 6394.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR FURNI
TURE, RUGS. STOVES. TYLER 4988.
THE BEE will publish free a situation
wanted ad under this classification for
soldiers and sailors and marines who will
show their discharge papers at our
'office in the lobby of The Bee building.
Seventeenth and Farnam.
A'OI'NG man with a thorough knowledge
or accounts aesires position with a mer
cantile firm, or. other industry. Trust
worthy, steady, reliable, and neat In ap
pearance. Address Box A-98, Omaha
EXPERIENCED office manager and cred
it man wants position with wholesale
house. Best of references. B 31, Omaha
ENGINEER and electrician desires posi
tion as superintendent of small electric
plant. Steam, oil or gas. Address Y-1019,
HOUSECLEANING by hour. window
washing, carpet cleaning, by experienced
colored man, Tyler 4690.
FOREIGNER wants Job on farm In Ne
braska or Iowa. Write Dan Poppos, 3548
Monroe St., Omaha, Neb.
1-TON TRUCK and driver for hire, by
hour, day or week. Harney 3S74 or
COLORED man wants wall paper and
carpot cleaning. Webster 2524.
ASHES hauled and grading done. Col
WANTED Hauling refuse and cinders;
manure for sale. Walnut 5393.
WHMTE man wants 'window washing and
house-cleaning. Tyler 4277. '
ASHES hauled; reasonable rates. Webster
WALLPAPER cleaning. Walnut 792
DAY WORK wanted. Webster 4055.
DAYWORK" vanted. Webster 2927.
BUNDLE washing. Y.'ebster 1379.
Day work. Call Tyler 3194.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
Young Man Wanted
For advertising department of
a large corporation. Excellent
opportunity to learn advertising
and salesmanship. Experience
not necessary. Prefer young man
who knows city well. State age,
lowest salary you will start, tele
phone number and experience, if
anv. BoxY-1030, Bee.
BANK CASHIER, Nebraska town, $150
$200; stenographer; fltst-class, $125
$150; stenographer and clerk, $100-$125;
stenographer and bookkeeper, $125;
bookkeeper, general ledger, $150-$175;
typist, stock record, billing, $75-$90;
typist to assist shipping clerk. $100: su
perintendent of stockroom. $100-$125;
collector, $75-$100; ledger clerks, $76
$!)0; office bovs, $5)-$65.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N
' Originators of the Reference Business.
7;16 rirst iNajlonai rsanK niag.
2 CLERKS for general office work, $90
to $100; stock clerk, hardware firm,
$100; 3 stock clerks, drugs, $85; steno.
groc. firm, $100; clerk who can operate
typewriter, $90; young man clerk, $75;
office boys. $65; clerk, good future,
4lfl. hn.lrUprnpr nprt.. pm. $150: Stock
f clerk, $19 per wk; man for shipping
room, $21 per wit. Employers iteierence
Co., 224 Bee Bldg. '
CREDIT MAN Retail exp., $340-$.'l5n.
ACCOUNTANT, executive ability. $200.
BOOKKEEPER, uptown, $135-$150,
LEDGER CLERK, good penman, $100
$150. WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
1138 First National Bank V.'O g.
STENOGRAPHER, $100: chance of ad
vancement. BOY STOCK KEEPER. $65.
OFFICE BOYS, $55.
RIGHT REFR, CO.
1012 First Nat. Bank Blil g.
EMPLOYERS' FREE LABOR BUREAU
FREE TO EMPLOYER
FREE TO EMPLOYE
IF YOU ARE OUT OF WORK OR
NEED HELP. SEE US. 1907 HARNEY
PRICING clerk, fsmiliar with invoVr's,
$100-$125: stock clerks, , $80-$90;
THE MARTT CO., 1126 W O. W. RIdg.
BRICK masons required for work at Cas
per. Wyo. Rate $10- per day. eight
hours. Steady work. Apply Midwest
Refining Co., Casper, or W. A. Mortimer,
Midwest Refining Co., Denver, Colo.
WANTED First class woodworkers, lo
work on truck wheels only. Apply nt
once. Truck and Tractor corporation,
WANTED A good grainer; Inside Job; no
ladder or scaffold work; permanent po
sition. Apply John Martin, Supt., 2925
W. Broadway, Council Bluffs.
HELP WANTED MALE
MEN Three young, energetic, steady po
sltlon, $15 weekly to start: quick promo
tion to road work. Call from 8 to,9 or
3 to 6. S12 Balrd Kldg., ask fori Mr.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
LAROUKUS and holnori. wlilto or colored:
pood wanes, steady work, chance for
promotion, u. i. n. k.. ftore jjfpt. Ap
ply Csa St. gate. Ask for storekeeper.
WANTED iSlKing; yuuntf man to work In
ico cream room. Uood pay; nteaiiy
work. Apply Mr. Phelps, (ircen Room,
POSITIONS, locations, etc., for doctors,
dentiii druKKtats. veterinarians, nurses
V V. Knlest. 212 Hee nidst.. Omaha.
MAN wanted to work In drug BtoreSiH
around work. Apply at Drug tstorc, 32nd
Ave. Hnd Arbor St.
WANTEO A gardener; Bond pay, reason
nhlo working hours. Apply Mr. laard,
40 1 Klwtrlr HMg.
EXPRUIRNCr-D house-mmi wanted. Clalr
mnnt Inn, 17th and Jackson. Douglas
WANTED Jnpanefju cook for private ftun
' lly. Harney 50.
PAINTEK and pa perhanger wanted; J, an
hour. Wit) mil 4rrti.
WANTED Japanese man for house and
ard work. Harney 675.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
GOOD opportunity f ir, two stenographers
In live insurance office. Good sulary.
Apply Foster-Barker Company, 700
STENO Understanding of bookkeeping,
small office, fine place, lfii)-115.
STENOGRAPHERS, i-5, $110, 100,
190, $85. $76.
ASST. BOOKKEEPER, uptown, $H0.
EEDGEK CLERK, Rood future, $6-$X0.
OFFICE Cl.ERK. good penman, $76-$SO.
OFFICE CLERKS, $75, $66, $60; File
Clerk, $55. V
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
1 1 3S Firs t Mnt i onsl Ba n k Bldg.
RAILWAY mall clerks wanted. Com
mence $110 month. Sample examina
tion questlcns free. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 228 C, Rochester. N. Y.
STEADY position f.ir good blacksmith
and 'horscshoer, write. Rellly & Eyre,
Superior, Neb., for particulars. State
wages and experience.
TWO A-No. 1 tinners to do furnace, cor
nice, skylight and shop work. Good
wages. Simon Brothers, North Platte,
FIREMEN, BR AK EM EN $175 to $225
monthly; experience unnecessary. Write
Railway Association. Y-999. Omaha Bee.
WANTED Competent truck mechanics;
wanted, warehouse men. Inquire Stand
ard Oil Co.. 14th and Locust Sts.
WANTED- Tinner and plumber combined,
married man preferred. Box 11, Paw
nee City, Nf
WANTED First-class vulcanizer and tire
repair man, Yellowstone Tire and Vul
canizing Cornpnny.'Billlngs, Montana.
PAPER HANGER and palmer wanted;
one that can do furniture repairing.
WANTED Order fillers and stockroom
men. Powell Supply Co., 2051 Farnam
BARBER WANTED Guaranteed $25 and
per cent over $35. Slater Bros., Gretna,
WANTED First class butcher to run his
own business In a store with the best
of trade. Tyler 4718.
WANTED A first class baker, at once.
Kesslars Bakery, Central City. Neb.
HOFFMAN machine operator. Dresher
Bros.. 2217 Farnnm.
PRESSEIl WANTED Dresher Bros., 2217
Salesmen and Canvassers.
Young Man Wanted
To solicit advertising for a large cor
poration, experience not necessary, good
opportunity to learn advertising and
salesmanship. Reply stating age, salary
wanted, telephone number and experi
ence If any. Bo Y-10S1, Bee.
WANT EXPERIENCED SALESMEN
FOR THE FOLLOWING DEPART
MENTS; WAIST GOODS, DOMESTICS
AND LINENS; STEADY POSITIONS
AND BEST SALARIES PAID. APPLY
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OF
FICE. 4TH FLOOR.
SALESMAN to handle a limited amount of
oil stock for home company which Is
paying 2 per cent monthly dividends.
No wildcat scheme, but substantial
and attractive, easy to sell, liberal com
mission. Call Tuesday or Wednesday.
Room 213. Flatiron hotel, Omaha.
$800 to $1,000 DAILY made by new sales
men of old firm of high repute; just
opening branch offices here; no stock
for sale. The amateur or has-been need
not apply. We remunerate liberal
enough to Interest salesmen of class.
Phone Yates, Douglas 6120. -
STOCK SALESMAN WANTED.
' To sell stock In a three million dollar
corporation. Real salesmen take notice.
Good commission; good leads; every as
sistance to the salesmen given. Address
Y-1011 Omnha Bee.
WANTED: COLLECTOR FOR
Salary and bonus. Good chance for
advancement for right man. Sc' Mr,
Gordon, Sos Balrd Bldg., 17th and Doug.
SALESMEN We want a few more young
men to Join our club In scientific sales
manship. Complete training $25; posi
tions furnished free. Box Y-9151 Bee.
AUTOMOBILE salesman wanted; must
be first-class experienced man. Talt
Auto Co.. Lincoln. Neb.
Ajents and Canvassers.
For producers of Hail Insurance writer
In Nebraska: no notes to handle; cash
when hjstnes3 Is written; can start at
one. ;.f.ral Agent. Box 677, Grand
Tslar . Neb.
WANTED Nl o appearing girl, with
some stenographic experience, accurate
In hr work, but particularly with! abil
ity to mctt the public. To the rlpht
party this will offer a permanent posi
tion in well known financial institution.
Answer hy mail in own handwriting,
givinp complete details as to character
istics an J. experience. Write Box. No.
R-30, Omnha Bhp.-
STENOGRAPH EH for bank official, J100;
stenographers. $KO-$100; stenographer
and clerk, $125; stenographer, beginner,
$55-$60; bookkeeper, some steno. work,
$100; typist. $75-$S5; general office
clerks, some bookkeeping, $R0 to start;
ledger clerks. $75-$90; file elerks.
WESTERN REFERENCE BOND ASSN.,
Originators of the Reference Business.
73fi First National Bank lildg.
STENOS. see us for that position you are
looking for; F.O different positions open
for your acceptance at once. Typist,
downtown, $85: typist, $70, $10, $90;
Burrough's bookkeeping machine opr.,
$100; file clerk, $ti0; film inspectors, $12
Professions and Trades.
Po you want permanent poiltlonT
No profession today often better op.
portunltlei for good salaries and iteady
mploymcnt than local or Ions dtitanca
Tha work la fascinating, pleasant,
healthful , aurroundlnga. annual vaca
tion, with full pay. Sick and aoeldanl
benefits without coat to emploea.
No experience necessary. Substantial
weekly pay whlla In training. Rapid
Tarrnts Invited lo Investigate working
New Telephone Building,
Nineteenth and Douglas Street.
WANTED Two experienced alteration
wome'i. lo work on coats. Apply Super
intendent, balcony. Bufgess-Nash.
Want experienced alteration hands;
steady position and best salaries paid.
Apply Genera' Supt' Office, 4th Floor.
SEAMSTKESrt At once. Dresher Bros.,
Household and Domestic.
WANTED AT ONCE.
Good home: good wages. Writ Mra,
Jos. Burn, Iowa City, la.
WANTED A COMPETENT WHITE MAID
FOR UENERAT, HOUSEWORK. MRS.
BAT.PH PETERS. 614 SOUTH 40TH
STREET. HARNEY 305.
W .ANTED Housekeeper, family of four,
three children in school, ages 10, I, 1 3 1
stato wages wanted. Box 663, Shelton.
EXPERIENCED MAID FOR GENERAL
HOUSEWORK. MRS. K. H. PATTER-
SON, 12? NORTH. 40TH ST. HARNEY
WANTED White , girl for housework;
small irtuiiiy , k'ou wkscb, duvi , uui-
worth Ave. Harney 633.
RANTED A white cook; no washing;
references required. Mrs. D. W. John
son. 15 Sowth 49tf St. Wslnut 354.
WANTED White girl for gemral house
work: no laundry; good wages. Mr.
O. W. Johnson, 105 South 49th BL
VOR LAUNDRESSES, DAT WOMEN.
ETC LOOK IN THE SITUATION COL
UMN OF THE BEE.
WANTED Girl for general housework;
family of three; easy work; small house.
GOOD GIRL FOR flENERAL HOl'SE-
WORK: GOOD WAGES. CALL. DOUG
NEAT colored woman for housekeeper.
Call Wehsler 4150 after G.
CHAS. L. KISH, piano tuner, violin end
rlano teacher, coirax 4ut.
WANTED Competent cook. Mr. Ward
Burgess. 122 N. 22d.
MAID for general housework; small house.
620 S. 31st. Harney 3011.
GIRL or woman for general housework.
Good home. Harney 4192.
Hotels and Restaurants.
With bookkeeping knowledge preferred.
Apply in person at once.
WESTERN SALES CO.,
WE have several excellent positions now
open. Good salaries. Dicta phoiTe oper
ators,, stenographers, cashiers, office
RIGHT REFERENCE CO..
3H2 First Nafl Bank Bldg.
Dont pay for a job. We have many
free Jobs. $80, $S5, J90, f95, J100, etc.
Can use some beginners. 1907 Harney St.
EMPLOYERS FREE LABOR BUREAU.
OFFICE clerks, all fine places, $?5,"'70
and $86: typist, auto Co., $85; book
BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE ASS'N.
917-18 W. O. W. Bldg.
WANTED Girl for stenographic work and
filing. Ni'ed not he experienced. Will
pay $55 to start. Box No. X-36, Omaha
BOOKKEEPER, $100; able to do some
COMMERCIAL REFERENCE CO.,
1516 Cjty Nat. Bank.
STENOS., $76-$S0-$9O-$10O; typlsts, $75
to $100: file clerk, $70; office clatks,
THlp MARTI CO., 1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
BOOKKEEPER, nice small office. $100.
COMMERCIAL REFERENCE CO.
1516 Cltv Nat. Bank.
OFFICE GIRL wanted. Dresher Bros.,
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
WANT EXPERIENCED SALESWOM
EN FOR THE FOLLOWING DEPTS. :
COATS. SUITS. SHOES, BLOUSES,
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR CORSETS,
FANCY GOODS, MILLINERY, LACES,
LINENS, WHITE GOODS AND TRIM
ON ACCOUNT OF OUR PERCENT
AGE. BASIS IN ADDITION TO
STRAIGHT SALARY. YOU HAVE AN
OPPORTUNITY TO EARN THE BEST
PAY IN THE CITY OF OMAHA. AP
PLY TO OFFICE OF GENERAL SU
PERINTENDENT. 4TH FLOOR.
EXPERIENCED SALESLADY WANTED
IN CANDY DEPARTMENT; GOOD
SALARY. APPLY O. S. COBB, AT
THOS. K1LPATRICK CO.
BARCLEY corsets, complete line; silk and
knitted underwear: guaranteed hosiery.
Salesladies make $5.00 day and up.
TO TAKE FULL CHARGE
OF ICE CREAM PARLOR;
APPLY MR. PETROS,
WANTEDGirl to assist with houswork.
One who works part of day, or high
school girl. Good home. 3323 Harney.
GIRLS to wait on soda tables, good pay,
steady work. Apply Cashier, Green
Room. Brandela Stores.
YOUNG lady to work at soda fountain.
Sherman & McConnel Drug, Co., 16th
WANTED A COMPETENT "SECOND
MAID. 206 S. 32D AVE. HARNEY 206.
EXPERIENCED pantry girl, white in
ferred. Omaha Cluh, 20th and Douglas.
DIET kitchen girl wanted. Wise Memor
ial Hospital. 25th nnd Howard.
CHAMBERMAID wanted. Apply Clalr-
mnnt Inn. 17th and Jackson.
GIRL to wait on' table at soda fountain.
Beaton Drug Co.
TWO white maids wanted. Apply Clark
FOR TACKING AND LABELING
FROM 4:46 TO :30 f. M.
GOOD PAY, STEADY WORK.
J.OOSE-WILES BISCUIT CO.,
12TH AND DAVENPORT.
WANT WRAPPERS AND INSPEC
TORS; STEADY POSITIONS TO
RIGHT PARTIES. APPLY GENERAL
SUPT'S OFFICE FOURTH FLOOR.
Professions and Trades.
Professions and Trades.
OMAHA REFINING CO
WANTED f'ortiuan, tinners and meehan
- Ics and five master plasterers; tinners,
90c ner hour: plasterers, $1.00 per hour:
open shop town; excellent working con
ditions. If your services are O. K. at
the expiration of 60 days your trans
portation will he refunded to you.
Write or wire F. R. Cnrtv. Open Shop
Assn., P. O. Box 814, Beaumont, Tex.'
BOYS WITH -WHEELS ATTENTION!
WE WILT. GUATt.ANTEE YOU $73 A
MONTH AND IF YOU ARE A GOOD
LIVE INDUSTRIOUS B Y YOU CAN i
EASILY MAKE $100. APPLY N. C. '
NELSON. 307 SOUTH 14TK STREET.
WANTED Colored boy to wash uishe at
soda fountain. Beaton Drug Co.
RELIABLE. EXPERIENCED CHAUF
TEUR. MUST BE WHITE; GOOD SALARY
TO RIGHT PARTY; REFERENCES
MR. E. JOHN BRANDEIS,
BRANDEIS STORES want experienced
white porters; good a1ary. steady po
sitions. Apply Supe'iritndr.nf office.
Did you ever stop to consider wht an
important position a long distance tele
phone operator holds? She la the con
necting link between the business men ot
Omaha and those of other large cities
and the completion of many big business
deal depend largely upon the speed and
accuracy of her work.
We still have some ot these fascinating
positions left. Tou will receive a substan
tial salary and rapid advancement - to
executive position is assured the girl
It h ability.
Y.u may fil your application with
Miss Bell. 31S New Telephone Building.
THE AMERICAN TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH CO.
LADY masseuse wanted, at once. Tyler
4:' 10. -
WANTED Two experienced alteration
women to work on coats. Apply Supt,,
Balcony, Burgess-Nash Co.
LADY collector for magazine subscription
collection work; strictly commission, but
lady who put In at least seven hour
a day ian average between $15 and $36
per wer-k: position permanent. See Mr.
Hlake or Miss Heaton, 301 Balrd Bldg.,
17th an.- Douglas Sts.
STOCK GIRLS FOR COAT, SUIT AND
DRESS DEPTS. Apply AT ONCE.
OR KIN BROS.. CON ANT HOTEL
BLDG., 16TH STREET.
THE BIG SISTERS will help any girl or
woman- needing assistance during tha
prcscn emergency. Telephone Harney
6734 day or evening, or Tyler 1138 In tha
40 GIRLS WANTED
for working ir; seed house, filing pack
ets. Csli at DeVaughns Seed Housa.
1614 Harney St. -
EXPERIENCED bindery girl wanted.
Omaha Printing Co.. 1301 Farnam St
LADY canvassers; straight salary. H. R
Bowen Co.. 1515-15-17 Howard St.
CHECKER WANTED Dresher
Male and Female.
WANTED Men. ladles and boys to leara
barber trade; big demand; wages while
x learning, strictly modem. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College.
Van Sant School of Business.
. Day and Evening School.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldf.
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