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MAIM OFFICB. ...... .17th and Farnam.
Ame Offll 4410 North- toth St.
Park Office ...2616 Leavenworth 8t.
South Sloe S31S N St.
Walnut Office 1 North 40th St.
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DEATH L & JPERAL NOjnCES.
8TUHR Orutzie, widow" of Marx Stuhr,
' -died Sunday. April 1H. aged 8 year
and 10 months.
Funeral service at the residence nn
' West Dodge alreft Wednesday, April
21 at 9 o'clock. Rev. F. ,VV. Seeeko
will officiate. Interment Evergreen
CC OX nTc'liard, age 73. He la survived
by four daughter. I. C. Pogue, Mrs.
Frank Welner, Mrs. Geo. Smith, Mr,
f Alice .Matbew. , I
Funeral Thursday morning from resi
dence. 1513 North 17th, .at s:30 a. m to
Holy family Church at a. m, inter
ment Holy Bepulcher Cemetery.
. VaNHORN lr h., April 17, 1920, aged
'Vuneral Wednesday, April Zl.at J:30
p. m., at Bratley & Dorrance's Chapel,
lth and Cuming St. Interment Forest
COCKRELL Mrs. L. M., aged 43 year,
at a local hoapital Sunday morning.
Funeral from residence. 441T S. 22d,
Wwl..rl.v mt 9 n. ni.. Rev. R. L-
Wheeler officiating.. Burial In Grace-.
land Park cemetery..
JOHNSON Car I Is ta, 2342 N. 63d St.; died
April 17, aged 4 years. months,. 20
day. Service Wednesday at 8 P . m.
' Iroih th home of A. Traynor, 3915 Cali
fornia.. Interment Forest Lawn cenle-
6PELLMAN LawTenre, age 81 years.
Muneral i Thuraclay morning-at :30
, from the residence, 2420 Ames Ave. to
Holy Angela ihureh at a. m. Inter
ment H'y Sepulcfter Cemetery,
fcrKINERT Frank .T., aged 56 years Fu-
neal. Thursday 10:30 a. in. froln Hulse
Kelpen'a chapell. . . , '
CARD OF THANKS.
VE WISH to thank our many kind friends
Vand the Switchmen' Unto of N- A.
(" Overland Idga No. 5, for their kind
was, sympathy and floral offerings ten
dered at tha death of'eur beloved, brotlir
i er and uncle. Burt V. Palen. ;
Mn Tom .MeOowan and Family,
jlra. Julia Wright,
Vr. and lira. i. . Farmer and Family,
Mr. and .Mr- L N. wrignt ann ramuy.
' CTBrRTHS AND DEATHS.
V ""Births Joseph and Helen Mulligan,
Caplftpl aveiltie, boy; John and Bailor
Byagekl, .1605 North Sixteenth street, boy;
Har and Nora Martens, hospital, girl;
S Walter and Marie Llckert. 2767 Burt
. utreet, boy Frank and Katherlne Weles,
8910 North Flftv-aecond street, boy; Jam cs
. end Prudence Queen, hospital, boy; Wll
llamand I.ucy . Schmidt, hospital, boy;
. Melville and Snrah Carter, K10 North
" Twenty-fifth avenue, bby; Milton . and
Daisy -Milan, 2426 Parker street, girl;
. Boy and Ivy Gustason, 3216 Cuming street,
Deaths Charles Kndlae 25, .--hospital,
Marzell Walker, Infant, 1316 South Twelfth
atreet; August Hertzberg, 65, 6322 Plnk-
! ney street; Robert Wilson, 84, hospital;
Bert V. Tolen, 41, 1610 South Twenty
fourth street; Cleo Jones,' 1, 107 South
I. Twenty-eighth avenue; Helen Marie Col-
. Una, Infant, 312 Pine street: .William
Oeorge Sehlueter, 7, hospital; Alberta
Louise Stltt, Infant, hospital; Thomas Pat
rick Fox, 18, 813 South Twentieth street;
Franaea Tus Koetter, 62, hospital; Doro
thea M. Lourn, 6, 3027 Lincoln boulevard:
Frank Cummings, S3, hospital; Elbert WIk
glnn, infant, 4824 South Twenty-sixth
atreit; Mary V. Cox, 75, 1S1J Leaven
worth street; Charles Flora, 68, hospital;
Klsle Dohsa, 18. 342 .South Fifteenth
. street; Cellsta Johnson, 64, 2342 North
kjARPENTERlNO. repairing. remoueimg
lone. L. J. f.ricKsnn. r-iiuno
CARPENTER work, all kinds, contract or
hour; estimttrea i rnrn.siieu. u'"
The followVg couple have been Issued
. licensea to wed:
' John S. Mitchell, 30, Council Bluffs. In.,
and Muriel Points, 18, Council Bluffs, la.
John Murnane, 30, Omaha, and Louise
Sicczkowskle. 20, Omaha, .
Kdwnrd A. Relalng, over 21, Omaha, and
Teresa Clngfober, over 18, Omaha.
,T. B. McArn, SI, Omaha, and Florence
Sparks, 26,; Omaha..' -v
Richard R. ' Olsen. 23, Omaha,' an Lu
Ua H. Reynolds, 18, Omaha,
Leroy Franklin, 21, Omaha and' Jo
aephine Davis, 18, Omaha. ,- - j
Frank S. Havlik, 26, Omaha, and Vlasta
Vonaaek, 24, Omaha. -
H. Joseph Cohen, over 21, Chicago, 111.,
and Lillian Meyer, over 18, Omahft.-
Kmll F. Slezak, 25, Omaha, and Anna
A. Tesnolldek, 24, Omaha., . '
Maxwell F. Farley, S5, Omaha, and
Sada Phelan, S5, Omaha.
Samuel H. Mahan. 44, Omaha, and Mary
K. McRann, 24, Omaha.
Forrest B. Frlege,' it. Council Bluffs,
la., and Mary Ax tell, 18, Council Bluffs. Ia.
Krbla A. Christy, 24, Kansas City, Mo.,
' and Opal Rice, 25. Kansas City, Mo:
Drake Realty Construction company,
Third and I'leroe streets, frame manufac
f tMrlng-building $10,000; Henry Doorly,
. 323 South Thirty-sixth street, frame addl-
tlrn to dwelling. 82,000.
1814 Dcoglas St.
Henderson. 1519 Farnam. Douglas 1248.
' jpHN BATH. 18th and' Farnam.
STACK & FALCONER,
v ' PIERCE-ARROW
' I AMBULANCE SERVICE.
t. THWrty-thlrd and Farnam. Harney 84.
j HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
' v " Undertaker and Embalmers. " .
: Phone H. 265. Office 2611 Farnam.
U HULSE &RIEPEN,
, P4oneer Funeral Directors.
' T01 South 16th St. Douglas(,1086.
' TAGGART & SON
. dndertaki:rs and .i.;balmers.
Telephone Douglas 714 2216 Cuming St.
DUFFY & JOHNSON,
" ' UN'DERTAKERS. 717 8.16th. Tyler 1678.
I ' " NEW LOCATION
CSOSBTS NEW FUNERAL HOME,
1 2018 WIRT ST.
Away from noise of busy streets.
PHONE WEBSTER 47.
MONUMENTS & CEMETERIES.
THE lnigest display of monuments In
the United States. FRANK SVOBODA,
ljjS S. 13th. Phone Douglas 1812-5216.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on street cara telel
phono Tyler 800. We are anxloun te re
store lost article to rightful owner.
.. OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RT.
LOST Lady's 'Bold Elgin wrist wutch. In
f. Brandeia store: finder please call Walnut
al 2lfl flnd rt?cetve reward.
.' COST Brown Scotth collie pup. In viclnTty
i of SOth and California. Reward. Harney
' 4791; .
EbsT A pocketbook containing $68.
Hunter Inn Tailor Shop. louglas 6960.
LOST Smalr- blue enameled pin with ster
ling back, between 45th and Farnam and
40ih and Cuming, on Farnam westbound
' car, Sunday, morning; reward. Call
Tyler 2988. . .
LOSTi Whtta Boston buljdog, with
brlndle spots, male; spiked collar, tug
No, 3388. 1919 tag. Douglas 9133. 217
N. 25th St.' Reward. '
HOME DINNERS For a good old outfc
ern style chicken or fiah dinner r a
good, juicy plank ateak with all of
Its delicious trimmlngsk call Alfred
Jones. Web. T5I.Jm Cajdwell St.
"YOUr'n'EEDS VRK MINE."
. . Frank E. Stone, republican candldataJ
" ataie represemanve.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
v aollcts your old clothing. furniture,
magasines. We collect. We distribute.
Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and tnspect our new bom.
. 1110-1112-1114 Dodg tre
BRINGING UR FATHER-
Sen Jigg nd Maggia In Fall
Pag of Colttrt ia The Sunday Baa.
Prawn for the Bee by McManus.
Copyright. 1920 International Newa Serviea
CO AND LET FIDO S 7 HCjW COOLO . A 1 L ? V " ( ) . 5 ' ' " "
tN-CMS'T VOO HEA.R I Of Wi VHILE - - lAr7 1 1 T-v () ' a fl HOPE I KIN 1 TYfiX VNT ' ( K i. :
.HiriSCTCHINCAThs '-flN: - - V TWj RESO THl 1 - 1 l'! 1 4A ' M
N. ' l.m 5 ' ' ' 'v ''''
20 Intl MTUai Slavic. INC - ' ' I r ' " ' ' -'
GRADUATE nurse will care for Invalid or
"nervous patient In lier home. Walnut
4-'93. i; ..
under new man-
1506 Harney St. TylcrJ315,
HAVE biby boy, 3 weeks old, fur. adop
tion, at St Joseph Hoapital. s
MASSAGE Manicuring, 210 N. 17th St.;
oren until 8 p. m
PATIENTS to care for "i my home. Elec
trie Bath and Mnssage. Webster 8911.
DR HOLERAN Electro thorapy and
massage. SIS. Neville Bldg.
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bid.
AOCOItClON, aide, knife, aunburat. box
pleating, covered button, all lxe and
style-; hemstitching, pieot, edgings, eye
let cut work, button holes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co.. 10$
Brown Blk. Douglas 1936.
Baggage and Express.
Hartung's Transfer Co.,
1211 HOWARD ST. TYLER 1976.
Trucks any size, leased, or your haul
ing contracted by hour, day or year.
' GEORGE OSTROM TRANSFER. "
Express, moving, live stock hauling.
5308 Cuming St. Phone Doug 8753.
Braiding and Beading.
Top Notch Shop Hemstitching, braiding,
beading, all kinds pleating. Doug. ,6011.
Room .33. Douglas Blk., 16th & Dodge.
Carrie .T. Burford. 620 Paxton Blk. D. 1208.
Clothing and Furs.
FULL dress suits for rent. 109 N, 16th 8t
John Fc-Jdman. ' Phone 3128.
OMAHA STATIONERY CO., 307-9 S. 17th.
Da ncing Academies.
tTlTT T3tXf TScbooT for Dancing. 2424
IVTiLl-i liN i-Farnam. D. 7850. Cl&a
at 8; dancing at 9 p. m. Monday, Thurs
day. Saturday; private lessons any time.
PMTlTnk- CAPPS Aitlstlc dancing.
Seventeenth and Farnam. Mlsner School,
Phtterson Block. Pupil Dennlshawu
School. Harney 6413. .
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AOENCf,' Incoi porated. Doug. 1107.
Arlington Blk . omana. iseo.
pit IL Wi NCK LE R. Harney 6708. Tyler
3S4, confidential investigations made at
rea sonable rates. '
JAMES ALLAN. 313. Neville Blk. Evi
dence secured In all cases. Tyler 1136.
Shlrtf-making and ' mending.
Douglas 46R4. 1
DRESSMAKING, aerations: all klnda of
DllESS.MAKINO and alterations. Wort
uuranteed. Tyler!979. r .
DRESSMAKING ChiTilren'a clothes spe
cialty. Harney ' i. .
Kodak Finishing and EnlargjniL
FILMS developed: printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co.. 1607
Razor Blades Sharpened.
SAFETY razor blades sharpened, new ra
sters, razor blades sold. omana itazor
Sharnenirg Co., 1522 Dodge. 103 N. 16.
VACUUM cleaners, delivered, .called for,
60c day. Vacuum Cleaner Service Co.
Call Webster 1667 from 10 a. m. to 4
p. m. ; '
ELECTRIC heaters. $10 50; vacuum clean
era, $37.50; iMola washing machine.
Lalley-WHpon Electric Co.. 1307 Farnam.
RENT Hoover and other electric vacuum
sweepers, delivered. Webster 4283.
cleanera .or rent.
ELECTRIC vacuum cleaaer,
llvered. Coifes 4116.
$1 day, de-
HATS clenned, reblocked, ladies' straw
hats specialty. Mastos Bros., 1520 Har'y.
1607 Vk Farpam. Doug-
DR. MABEL WESSON.
211 Balrd Bldg., 17th and Douglas.
T. 2960. "H. 4741.
RKOI-J1ADE GARAGFS. wood or steel.
Send for circular. Redl-Made Housing
Co., 2211 Ifowqrd. Red' 3 6 57.
Gas Stoves Connected.
The gas man. House piping, stove
connected, light transferring. Walnut
20n, , '
GAS STOVES connected, $2; fuel, lights
and connections; rebuilt gas stoves:
reasonable. Harney 161 9
GAS stovea- connected. $2. Tyler 44.19.
hack at small profit GROSS JTTWELRY
Co.. 402 N. 16th St. Doug. 5049.
Jewelry EBtnbllhed 1892.
Sixth Floor. Securltlay Bldg.
STl'RiiKS & TlTROES, registered patent
attorneys. Send sketch or L model for
free opinion of patentability. Prompt
action. Sn"les facilities free. 330 lite
Bldg.. Omaha. i "
INTEKNAtTonaL PATENT CO.. Patent
attorneys; procure, buy and sell patent.
1716 Dodge St., Omaha.
COCKLE PRINTING .CO.
1 816 St. Marys Ave. Dou glas 283 L
WEPDI.NU announcement and printing.
Douglaa Printing Co. Tel. Oougias644.
BARGAINS. 12th Farnam.
.1. J. Derlght Safe Co.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
Prices right; sanitary wall paper
cleaning; 19 years at the business;
prompt attention glv all orders, phone
PAPERH AN'GING, painting, estimates
tree, I Pa
it toft nothing and may . aave
iey.v Tyler t76J
INTERIOR varnlshiug, enameling, floor
refinisrred, waxed, wallpaper cleaned.
FRED KEEft Colfax 2701, painting and
pnperhanging. .Wallpaper cleaning,
prices. New Stock li
PAINTING, painted walls washed,
papr cleaned. Webster 1156.
H. A. Clapp.
PAINTING, paperhanglng and plastering.
Phone Walnut 4567.
WANTED Painting and paperhanglng,
1st class work. Wal. !607.
PAI N'TIXG, paperhanging and paperclean
, lng. Douglas 6322.
PAINTING and "paperhanging. Tyler 4303.
THEATRICAL, historical and masque coa
tumes for amateur theatrical and par
tlcs for rent at T. Liehen A Son. Omaha.
EXPERT afa opening and repairltii
American Safe- Tlmelock Repair
Works. Illarney 3;L'0.
Screen and Repairing
wJKEENi repairtd, put uu.
Wa rent, rennlr. sell neetlia and part.
Hth and Harney. - Douglas 1973.
M. KEISER. 306 South 18th. Doug. 1187.
' Towel Supples
Omaha Towel Supply, 207 3. 11th. D. 628,
Mattress and Springs.
CITY MATTRESS CO., ,
Mattresses made over; box springs re
paired; 2K14 Cuming St., Harney 7162.
' GET OUR FIGURES. ' . ,
Our roofs are our proofs.
All work guaranteed.
NORTHWEST READY ROOFING CO.
802 S. 8lst St. Harney 257-4.
MOVING, hauling, all kinds; quick.
Ice Webster 4209.
HAULING All kinds ashes, jefuse hauled.
Walnut 8515. T ,
IIAUJLINGyayoroiitract, Tyler 1976.
ASHES and refuse hauled. Doug)a 80T?.
' , Welding.
OMAHA WELDING CO.
WEAVING, old rust remade. Tyler 1433.
PAXTON-MITCH ELL CO.
., 27thi and Martha Sts., Omaha Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
pray Iron earnings.
HELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT) can ' be
purchased at Rlalto Drug Store. 16th
and DoumJ.is St?.. Omaha. Neb.
DUMP ashes S. W. corner 35th and Fran
cis. Douglas 420 -
Furniture and Household Goods.
I have ever halt
In mv Auction House,
st Cor. 18th and Webster Sts.,
One of the biggest and bnat sales of
Extra High uradu F.urniture
Wednesday, April 21. Starts at 1 p. ni
This Is a sale of four of Omaha's
best homes of furnishings and furniture,
consisting of. 3 upright grand pianos,
2 standard talking machines and records,
1. intest style silk velour divan and chair
10 mutch. This suite cost over $500. 1
very expensive, overstuffed silk vclour
parlor suite with Inserted cane seats and
extra cushions. This suite is like new
and the' best I have ever sold. 1 very
expensive William and Mary dining room
sot, complete, (American walnut), 54
inch table, beautiful buffet and high
back chairs to match. This is a won
derful dining room set. 1 Stickley solid
oak dining room set. This is absolute
ly the best oak dining room k&( that
money can buy, belongs to Mr. Loury of
Dundee. This set has to- be seen to be
appreciated; 3 other good oak dining
room sets, complete: 4 very best Anglo
1'erMan rugs, size 9x12. These Anglo
I'erslan ruprs are like n w and came from
four of Omaha's best homes. Six ex
tra gVjod Wilton' velvet ruga, 9x12 and
4 Wilton ruts, size iix9, and several
smaller AViltohs; several good axminster
nnd brussols rugs, all sizes; electric
lamp, solid mahogany library table and
everal oak and walnut library tables;'
'3 very best mahoganv bedroom suites,
2 with poster beds and 1 with Queen
Asnn. These bedroom unites are'Jlke new
and consist of beds equipped with box
springs and mattrey, dressers, dressing
tables and chiffoniers' and chain; 1
beautiful American walnut bedroom
suite, complete. This is an Adam period
aad the best. . Several . massive brans
beds, complete, and several Simon's and
Vernis Martin beds, complete; - several
mahogany, walnut and oak dressers,
chiffoniers and dressing tables; Oriental
rugs. I will sell 1 Oriental rug, size
about 9x12 and 5 smaller Oriental rugs;
sewing machines, sectional bookcase,
linens, drapes, wicker furniture, porch
furniture, high oven gas range, like new;
steel range, kfltchen cabinets. Ice boxes,
dishes, cooking utensils and hundreds of
articles too -numerous to mention.
JAMES L. DOWL), Auctioneer.
If you hav anything to sell callJ
Doug. 3285. Tyler 966 or Doug. 8878
SELECT YOUR SPRING HOUSE FUR
NISHINGS FROM THESE BARGAINS
Adam period bedroom aulta at $213;
an Adam Period dining suite, at $153.;
large collection of fine furniture; room
size rugs at a great reduction;, cane
.mahogany living room suites, at $185
: each. ,
STATE FURNITURE COMPANY.
Corner 14th and Dodge Streets.
Oppeslet V. P. Headquarters. Omaha, Neb.
Extra high grade and staple furni
ture, rugs, pianos, talking machines
and furnishings .
In My Auction House.
Southeast corner 18th and. Webster Sts.
Wednesday. April 21st; Starts at 1 P.M.
It . will be a big sale; watch the pa
JAMES L. DOWD, Auctioneer,
If you have anything tO' sell call
Doug. 3285, Tler 96 or Doug. 8878.
or payments. Amer. Furn. Co.. 605 N. 16.
new ' and near-new furniture,
mr rugs at lowest prices; cash
FOR SALE Srfnitary couch and pad, $5.
' Call Web. 14 5.
OAK DUOKOLD with tapestry upholster
ing,, including cotton felt mattress. Col
. Leaving the City.
Will sell the furniture of our beau
tiful Weft Farnam home, consisting of:
Mahntfun Uinlng Uible.
WnlntK dreaper. v
' Oak din luff room chairs (6).
Japanese carved teakwond rhnJr.
In panose carved teakwnod tabtniret.
x Malioaany music cabinet.
Pat lot table. , '
Knamoled iron bed.
Ufutiful (jrarTd piano. i
Miss Ziisa, 124 N. SIkl Ht. . Tel, H. 1793.
Pianos nnd Musical Instruments.
LOttTES1v P R IC ES
Omaha on. guaranteed higrh-grade
phonographs. Cash or credit. We also
carry a full lino of the latest records.
THE MUSIC SHOP, Tnc.
1516 Harney St. Phone Jouprlas 6839
A. HOSPE CO. fZ?&lJZ
Pianos for rm HfO per month.
DltUMS. traps, marimbas. Instruction,
repairing. Phone Harney 267. Geo. A.
Smith. 271 Davenport St.
HIGH ORADE upright td be sold for stor
age and repair charges. Douglas 4703.
HOWARD piano, practically new. Excel
lent conditkm. 1260. South 1108
IVilt sacrifioa upright
BUCAUKK of leaving the city and break
ing, up housekeeping, will sell unusually
fine grand piano, made for exposition
purposes, In excellent condition, J750.
B. Kdward Zeiss, 124 N. 33d St. TeL
Store and Office Fixtures.
WE buy. sell and maka desk, safes, show
cases, shelving, etc.- Omaha Fixture A
Supply Co.. ,11th and Dougla Doug.
Typewriters and Supplies.
WE buy. sell and exchange all make
of typewriter. Write for Jlat. Midland
Office Supply Co.. 1404 Dodge.
. ADDING MACHINES
V ALL MAKES, bought, aold, rented and
repaired. Sole agent for the CORONA.
Get our prices before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc
nouK.4120. 1T191'-L! Fa-mam.
Yrx"U. JtrKEVA-N. 644 SOUTH 3UTH ST.
Typewriters and Supplies.
RENT an Oliver typewriter 4hree months
for J8.00. Oliver Agency, ,1918 Fauiam
St., Douglas 4120, Omaha, Nob.
ALL Wakes Typewriter Co.; "all makes."
205 8. lSHi St. Tyler 2414.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
FINE shade trees, elms, maples, e'tc, for
sale at 2831 4th Ava., Council Bluffs.
Now Is tho time to get them planted.
Phone Co. Bluffs, Red 3279.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattrease
made from your own feather, summer
and wl nter sides. 1907 Cuming. D. 2467.
FISH! FISHI! FISH!! .
Live fish ' at Lipman'a Fish Market.
2507 q atreet. Phono South 3637.
CHAMBERS Flreles Cooker Qaa Range,
S45 If aold today; party leaving city.
Webster 2604, . '
DRESS FORM, good condition, slightly
used, $8. Council Bluffs Red 3279.
CO., HARNEY 1837.
BABY ,carrlage, first clasa condition, for
sale, eolfax S338.
R SALE. ' CALL
WANTED TO BUY.
WALNUT Loga Wanted 12 Inches and
up In diameter.-' Will buy standing tim
ber or logs delivered any railroad sta
tion in carload lots. Frank Purcell
Walnut Lumber Co.. 12th and Belt Llnei
Kansas City, Kan. ,
WE BUY baled waste paper, old maga
zines and newspaper. State quantity
you have on hand. Write, or phone for
4 prices. Omaha Paper Stock Co., 15tb
and Marcy. Douglaa 159. .
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT.
MACK'S BOND HOUSE.
- 1421 First Nat Bank Bldg.
Phone Tyler 3644.
DESKS" DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks bought, aold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 3 207 Farnam. P. 6146
WANTED TO BUY
SIX dining room chairs; must bo In
good condition. Phone So. 3479.
Liberty Bonds Bought
610 World-Herald Bldg.
WI LL buy s.econd-hand clothing, shoes and
furniture. T 259s. A. Zavett. 705 N. 16.
CASH FOR LIBERTY BONDS.
LEW'S & CO.. 411 M''OUB BLDG.
BEST prioes furniture, stoves, rugs, men's
clothing. Tyler 859.
WA.TE1 Used steel safe, cabinet . or
large safe. T. Brady. -Worthing, S. D.
THE BEE will publish free a -stuatlon-wanted
ad under this classification for
soldiers and sailors and marines who will,
show their discharge papers at our
office in tile lobby of The Bee building.
Seventeenth and Farnam.
EXPERIENCED ' farmer wants to work-on
farm on shares; must furnish every
thing. L. E. Covert, 67lh and O.
COLORED Janitor with wife for apart-
H'J-J1 ouse. I1 h one Web. 53 0
FLOOR POLISHING: rug elearnlng. Call
Noyes Pharmacy, 40th and Dodge.
WILL do painting and decorating for car,
work guaranteed. Wainut 280.
WHITE man wants window washing and
houseclea ning Tyler 4277.
CEMENT work, basement digging, also
palming. Wehstur 3580.'
COLORED boy wants work evenings and
Saturdays. Webster 3343. '
' Webster 0053.
work or day work.
ASHES hauled; reasonable rates. Webster
COLLEGE student desirua afternoon
work. Write K-57, Omaha Bee.
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't miss them.
OFFICE cleaning, evenings or day; steady,
colored lady; city reference. Calfax 49 8 4.
SEWING by day, experienced colored
dressncaker. 50c hour. Webster 1042. '
FOR nurses by the hour, or massage. Call
Walnut 4293, or Walnut 4956.
Laundry and Day Work.
Bundle washing. 'Webster 1379.
BUNDLE washing called
livered.t Webster 621.
for and de-
FIRST-CLASS colored laundress with ref
erence. Webster 530S. .
WASHINGS wanted. Called for and de
llvered. V Tyler 3357. '
CURTAINS laundrled; work guaranteed.
, Webster 5579.
BUNDLE washing. Experienced laundress.
L A U NDRTf'work; experienced colored l.-Wy.
BUNDLE washing and h4U piece. , Web-
EXPERIENCED laundress and day work.
LACE CURTAINS, bundlo washing. Web
by day or week. Webater
BUNDLE washing, soft water.
GENKRAL cleaning, guaranteed.
reliable, colored. Douglas
DAY Work; colored; experienced. Webster
3343. ... -
BUNDLE washing to take home. Webster
LAt TNDRY work,; day work. Web. 4393.
BUNDLE washing, ift water. Web. 6949.
LADY wants day work. Webster 2093.
DAY WORK; reliable; colored. Doug.' 5037.
DAY WORK and laundry. Webster 5034.
Bundle washing wanted. Webster 1379.
LAUNDRY work, white woman. Tyler 1477.
CLEANING and Ironing.
LAUNDRY and day work
DAY WORK wanted. Webster
BUNDLE WASHING. Webster 698.
Bundle wyishlng wanted. Walnut 2269.
Daywork.T colored la dy. Webster 110 4.
DAYWORK wanted. Webster 6216.
DAY work, laundry. Webster 6034.
DAY WORK. Webster 4259.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
YOUNG men wanted, between 21 and SO
yeara of age, for special outside work..
Splendid opportunity for' those . who ara
ambitious and energetic to secure per
, manent positions wljh early advance
menu One hundred and five dollar per
month to tart. Box D-9S, Omaha Bee.
MAN who has had bank cashier exper
. lence In a country bank, office manager
of financial Institution and charge of
branch offices, salary $200 up; book
keeper, some experience, to atart on
sales ledger, 1140; general office clerk,
knowledge of bookkeeping, 1106; Bur
rough' posting machine operator, al
ary open; stenographer, South Side,
9VS; stenograpner ior DanK, wesiern
'Nebraska, 125; since clerk, young
man, some ledger experience, $90-1100;
' experienced' bank teller, city, $125.
WESTERN REFERENCE A BOND ASSN,,
Originators of tho Reference Businea.
736rirat Kational Bank Bldg.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper. Cudahy
Packing Co., 14th and Jones.
BOOKKEEPER and clerk, 160-$160.
8 ashler and general clerk, $126-$130.
ffice clerk, packing house experience,
$116-$125; assistant bookkeeper, $110
$120; office clerks, $SO-$90-$100.
THE MARTI CO., 1128 W. O. W. Bldg.
RAILWAY mall clerk examination May
15. $110 month. Sample question free.
Franklin Institute, Dept. 228. D. Roches
ter, N. Y.
WANTED Experienced shoe man; in
quire in perton. The People' Dept.
Store, Council Bluffs.
Professions and Trades.
BARBER STUDENTS WANTED
Special offer; wage; big demand for
graduate. Call or write for oatalog.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
110 South 14th St. Phone Doug. 7777.
WANTED Body finiBhor. wheel striper,
. gear atriper, varnish-' rubber, in large
buggy factory, St. Louis; steady work
all year; satisfactory wages. Apply at
office John Deere Plow Co., 9tlj and
Howard Sts., Omaha.
WANTED Forwarder and finisher, union,
steady employment, $39. Transportation
advanced. Spokane Typothetae, 609
phamber of Commerce Bldg.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
TWENTY LIVE WIRE SALESMEN.
To Corns to Yakima, Wash.
To dispose of the capital stock of
Puritan Rubber Co., Yakima, Wash., au
thorized capital $1,000,000. This ls an
exceptional proposition, one that Is sup
ported by business men of unquestioned
integrity. Proposition appeals to in
vestor same as salesman. Big advertis
ing campaign Just started. If you are
a LIVE WIRE SALESMAN, a good or
ganizer with a clean slate, and want a
sales contract in which you can make
from $5,000 to $20,000 djring this year
with a company .hat has an excep
tionally bright future, wire or write us
Immediately. Address Pnrltan Rubber
Co., Suite 16-17, Wilson Bldg., Yakima.
Wash. , .
Two high-powered salesmen;
able to finance , selves. Should
ear $800 to $1,000. Close co-operation.
Securitiy selling, experience
desirable. No stock. Writ, giving
experience, for interview.
T. O. Box 256.
WANTED High grade' solicitor to can
vass In Omaha for The Bee. Apply at
Bee office; inquire for Mr. Rook. Y-1045,
WE want a few more Inxeperienced young
men to join our club In scientific
salesmanship; complete training, $25.
Positions furnl.hed free. Box H-50. Bee.
ANTEI) Experienced salesman familiar
with farmer trade preferred. This prop
osition will pay from $500 to $600 per
month. Address K-48, Omaha Bee.
WANTRD Experienced stock salesman to
hurdle large issue of stock In business
that shows large dividends to Investors.
Box K -60. 'Omaha Bee.
WANTED Sausage casing and butcher
suprtly salesman; experienced and ca
pable of earning a good salary. Pack
ing house experience would qualify. Ad
(lress with particulars. Y-1075, care Bee.
Teamsters and Chauffeurs. .
8 HOURS PER DAY. APPLY -AMERICAN
RAILWAY EXP. STABLE.
15TH AND DAVENPORT.
Good salary. ' .
Apply Supt, balcony.
WANTED Two boys for soda fountain.
Apply Rlalto Drug Co. 15th and Doug
WANTED Bell boys."
BOTH 16 YEARS AND OVER:
OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN
.' APPLY '
IUGG8 OPTICAL CO.,'
769 BRANDE1S BLDG.
ASK FOR W. E. CARLSON.
, STOCK BOYS,
APPLY SUPT., BALCONY.
WANTED 4b men, 16.75 per day and up.
Steady work year around; only men
wanting, steady work need apply.
Johnston Bros. Clay Works, Clayworks,
la. (Four tnllea south of Fort Dodge
on M. & St. L)
Claretnont Inn. Douglas 2735.
WANTED Laborer OMAHA ELEVAT
OR CO.. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
WANTED Experienced laundry .man. Au
ply LJ,atkatuoe Hotel, I k '
300 FARM HANDS
Married or Single
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Professions .and Trades.
Call in Person -Friday
morning, Apnb 23, 1920.
and bring this advertise
merit with you.
U. S. EMPLOYMENT
1019 N St., Lincoln, Neb.
. . 25 MEN
. YARD WORK.
UNION STOCK YARDS CO.,
Married preferred. -Not
hard work, '
UPDIKE LUMBER & COAL CO.
" Walnut 300.
FARMER wanted; one who understand
fruit and vegetable raising; good pay
for right man. Apply 632 Bee Bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
GENERAL office clerk, some bookkeeping,
$105; Burrough's posting machine oper
ator, $100; comptometer operator, $75;
stenographers, $100-$125; stenographer,
secretary, $126; stenographer, .bank In
western Nebraska town,' $100; stenog
rapher, beginner, $65-$70; stenographer
who wishes toi work near home, north
part of city? $90-$100; beginner stenog
rapher and P. B. X. operator, $70-$75;
file clerk and assistant P. B. X. opera
tor, no experience -required. $60-$75;
typist, $6i-$75; cashier, grocery exper
ience, $-$105; file clerk, $65-$70.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASSN.,
Originators of the Reference Business.
736 First National Bank Bldg
, WANTED. f;
STENOGRAPHERS. $0, $90. $100, $110,
or better; good uptown place waiting.
Typists, general office clerks, i comp
tometer operators. Good opening for
experienced dental assistant. Right
Reference Company. 1013 First Nation
al Bldg. '
WANTED To engage services of experl
enced'corsetlere. One who is thorough
T conversant with buying and selling.
Answering, state where, how long em
ployed and salary expected. Kaufman
& Co.. Colorado Springs. Colo.
WANTED Dictaphone operator. Mid
West Electrio company, 1207 Harney
APPLY BRADSTREKT CO.,
12TH AN O FARNAM STS.,
' APPLY BRADSTREKT CO.,
CORNER 12TH AND FARNAM STS.,
STENOGRAPHERS, $120, $110, $100, $90,
Tvplsts nd billers. $76. $80, $90.
Office clerks. $0. $75, $66; adding ma
chine operator, $70, $0;girl for mail
room. $70. ,
THE MARTI CO., 1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
NOW OPEN-K)ne of the bi-st positions In
the citv for a skilled multlgraph opera
tor. Farmers' Union St,ate Exchange,
11th nnd Janes Sts
WANTEi Stenographer for private cor
respondence of general manager of
large company. Address Box K-27,
Omaha Bee. .'
WANTED typist to use dictaphone and do
general office work Temporary position.
Married woman preferred-Webstrr 6279.
You will find that the Amorfcan Tele
phone and Telegraph company la a
mighty fine plnca to spend your working
day. It is a place where each girl'
welfare I of primary fconslderation and
1sh Is given the advantage of a com
fortable ret room, a below cost cafe
teria and congenial companions. ,
The salary Is good, and the' frequent
lncreasea make It a very attractive' offer
to any ambitious girls
, Mis Bell will tell you all about It.
A3'l8y-NEW TELEPHONE BLDG.
American' Telephone & Telegraph Co.
SPOTTER wanted; also girl to learn; best
wages and aplendld opportunity to learn
good trade. Dreaher Bros., '2211 Far
WANTED Experienced orderly for op
erating room work. Apply to . Noye
HospUal., St. Joseph. Mo. '
Household and Domestic.
go home night. Five-room apartment;
two In family;' Sundays and evenings
'off; good wages. Phone . Harney 4o;tr,.
J.Alb. for general housework, two in fam
ily. Refereneea required. Mrs. K. Lp
dike, 3512 Farnam St. Phone Harney
GIRL for general housework; 2 In family,
South 2111 mornings. 4;lt s, 23d tit.
Do you want a permanent position T
No profession today offer better op
portunity for good aalarle and tteady
employment than local or long dlatanc
The work 1 fascinating, pjeaiant,
healthful aurroundlnga, annual vaca
tion wlt'h full pay.. Sick and accident
benefit without coat to employe.
i . '
No experience necessary. Substantial
weekly pay wtjlie In training. Rapid
Parent Invited to Investigate working
BIO SISfKlts ASSOCIATION1; for IhiJ
benefit of limine girl, 2 Beet 010.8
Male and Female.
EXFERJEXCED MAN OR WOUA
TO TAKE AND DELIVER .
" - . -" ' ' : . f'
rAT0K AND JEWELRY REPAIR ;
WORK. GIVE ESTIMATES. .
, PERMANENT POSITION. GOOD-
SALARY. ' .' '
APPLY SUPT. OFFICE, BALCONT.
1 " -..r. ;;;
WANTED .Men, ladle and boy t Ierj
barber trudo; big demand; wage wblH
learning; atrlctly modern. Call or wrlti.
1403 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College
Room 611 '
New Telephone Building,
Nineteenth and Douglaa Street.
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
BRANDEIS STORES '
WANT EXPERIENCED SALES PEO
PLE IN LADIES' HOSE, LADIES'
KNIT UNDERWEAR, AND JEWELRY.
PERMANENT POSITION. GOOD SAL
ARY. APPLY SUPT., BALCONY.
WANTED SALESLADIES FOR
OUR COAT. SUIT, DRESS AND
BLOUSE D E P A R T M E N T S ;
STEADY POSITIONS, GOOD
SALARIES. APPLY AT ONCE.
CONANT HOTEL BLDG. .
SIXTEENTH STREET. .
Household and Domestic.
WANTED An experienced white maid for
second work, on first floor. Apply Mrs.
W. H. McCord. 5201 Davenport.
REFRESHMENTS and service for wedding
and home dinners. Punch bowls, silver
ware and dishes to rent. Alfred Jones,
2S11 Caldwell St. Web. 752.
BOYLF.8 COLLEGE. ( '
Complete course In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, bor( ,
hand and typewriting, railroad an4J .
wiring telegraphy, civil ervica and afti
English and commercial branch. Wrlt
call or phone Douglaa 1565 for largt
Illustrated catalogue. Addreaa
BOYLES COLLEGE, !
Bojrle Building. Omaha. Web.
Van Bant School of Bualneia.
Day and Evening School.
121 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
II AVE 1,200 acre in one of Parlshea, la
which great lrnmcr fiold are located.
In Louisiana. Want one or two net
with $5,000 or $10,000 to form com.
pany lor promoting. Greatest oppor
tuuity of a lifetime for right parti
to make fortune In oil game. Addresk
nox K-w. omana, ee.
FOR SALE Hotel, furnished; restaurant
and soft drink parlor in connection
In excellent condition, with city watel
and electric lights; stopping point ful l
automobile parties; on O. L. V. highway) ;
hetwoen Omaha and Lincoln. No agenU
need reply. Elderly people wish to re
tire. Inquire E. Knoll. Gretna, Neb. '
BUG clEA NING BUsTnESS Experlenc
unnecessary; easy money: valuable for-
inula: best loratlon: mean rent: email "1
capita); present owner unable to handle,?' I
This Is a snap. Tyler 2b.
DRUG STORE for iTale in good town i
northeast Nebraska. Death of owner I
cause for sale. Address P. O. Box 157, ;
University Place, Neb. Phone 113, TJnl
verlty Place. Nch. ' t
THE niftlst and best money-making ho- '
tel building in Oie state for sale. Com
and see It. Deal direct with me and "
save commission. Y-1059. Bee.
FOR SALE Ono of the best equipped
bakeries in northeast Nebraska, Good
shipping facilities. Price "reasonable.
LUNCHROOM nnd confectionery businem;
gooa reason ior soiling can oe tti
Arjuress ward 6e Leonard. I
TlftE shop 'caulnned for sale. Free In
etrurtions. Learn in 6 days. Latest
method. Anderson Steam Vulcanisser
Co.. 1620 Capitol ave. Tyler 3044.
OUR business Is to buy and sell you
business Quirk Service Selling Expert,:
n4 Hrnwn Bldg.
1 y - u um 11 ere ,
1 be givn.
1317 Q t
WILL sell tin shop; good location; steady
, business. Doesn't require much money.
JAd (I ress Y-l 05 7. Omaha Bee. -BASKET
CARRIER SYSTEM for eale. ,116
S. lfith St.
POOMS. FOR RENT.
competent white 2d maid for
downstairs work only. apply
mrs ward burgess. 122 io. 23d
MAID for general house wjirk, two In
family; references required. Mrs. E.
Updike, 3612 Farnam. I Phone Hnr. 513.
MAID FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
OOOD WAGES; PLACE PERMANENT.
1610, SOUTH 35TH ST. HARNEY 5470.
WANTED White girl to do work In five-
room apartment; can go home nignts.
Call Mrs. Hughes. Harney 4036.
WANTED A second cook I and dining
room girl. Ford hospital. Douglas 340.
Inquire Miss Baker.
WANTED-A widow lady, with a boy or
girl., as housekeeper for a bachelor on
a ranch. Joe Smiley, care Merchants
Hotel. Omaha, Nb.
Furnished Rooms. ,
PHONE THE WANT AD DEPARTMENT,
TYLEU 1000. AND ASK ABOUT OUR
BIG ROOM LIST PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF JUF
READERS AND ADVERTISERS. . '
WANTED Good girl or woman for gen
eral housework. Hlgnest salary paiu.
References required. 3217 Poppleton
Ave. Harney 1531.
FOR LAUNDRESSES, DAY WOMEN,
ETC, LOOK IN THE SITUATION COL
UMN OF THE BEE. '
GIRL for general housework, no laundry,
good pay. 2214 F St. South 1954.
Mrs. E. G. Smith.
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Call at 23 So. 6th St., Coun
cil Bluffs, Ia. I
WANTED AT ONCE .
White girl to assist with Housework
No washing or cooking. Douglas 6203.
WOMAN, general housework; no cocking;
no emmren; good pay, uoygiaa 4zi.
GIRL for general hpusework. Phone liar
ney 332; Address 3119 Cass St. -
GIRL to assist with housework; no
laundry; good wages. Har. 5634. j
GIRL to help In kitchen: small hospital.
Wayne Hospital, Wayne, Neb.
COMPETENT white ginl for general
housework. 4643 Dodge. I
220. . 62S n. 37th.
GOQD girl for general housework.
ney 22S9. , .
GIRL' for general housework, family of 3
adults; no washing; good wages. . 545
S. 25th Ave. D. 3161.
WANTMD Competent housekeeper,
fl. 27th. South 915.
WANTED Good white laundress; electric
washing machine. If. 2290. Mrs. M. C.
Lenry. 1304 S. 3'r.th
Hotels and Restaurants.
COUNTER AND FLOOR GIRLS
WANTED AT ONCE.
STEADY WORK GOOD WAGES.
CITY NATL BK. BLDG., BASEMENT.
EXPERIENCED ady cook for cafe. Best
of wages; steady place. Write W. W.
Hockinherry, Oakland, la.
THREE nice appearing girls to wait
tables, $16 por week. Olympia Candy
' Kitchen. '
EXPERIENCED colored waitresses and
waiters. Good wages. Blackstone hotel.
WANTED White women to work In
kitchen. 24th Pratt. '
TO WORK IN OUR ICING AND
PACKING . DEPARTMENT; ' GOOD
WAGES; PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS.
LOOSE-WILES BISCUIT CO.,
'12TH AND DAVENPORT STS.
WANTED AT ONi'lC
FOR FACTORY WORK.
GOOD WAGES. STEAY WORK.
LPSTEN LITHOGRAPHING CO.,
417 SOUTH 12TH ST.
FURNISHED front room, "walking dls.
tanxo; privilege light housekeeping. 2534
California. Douglaa 5598. . .
NEWLY furnished front room auitable for :
two. 2813 Shirley. Hanscom Park dia
' trict. Harney 6263.
FRONT furnished bedroom for rent, walk
lng distance. Gentlemen only. $30.
Harney 31 K5. .
FURNISiTeD room, exclusive location;
Duude car line, gentlemen only. Har-
Ii ey 4112.
NICELY furnished room; walking dis
tance; men only. 614 S; 25th Ave. Doug'-"
las 7052. ,
NEATLY furnished room ' In modern
home in Koutzo Place. Web. 4097.
FOR RENT Furnished rohm, private fam-
I ly, 668 so. 8 tn St. narney yxai.
TWO rooms and kitchenette, modern, nice
ly furnished. 410 Sweetland Ave.
NICELY' furnished room. 1518 Lake St,
Web. 37 3 S.
MODERN room for rent at 4T20 S. 25th.
LARGE front room with alcove. In nrlvata)
home, for lady or gentleman. Call Har-
ney 31 6.
2659 DODGE Attractive 1 room for . two.
Good board. Harney 7039.
WILL share home with young 01 elderly
couple. Douglas S513. '
TWO light housekeeping rooms, 20 South
20th. ' ,
Board and Room. .
ROOM AND BOARD FOR TWO GENTLE.
MEN; MODERN HOME: FRONT AND
BACK ROOMS. WEBSTER 6338.
BOARD and room for ! or t ladle or
'gentlemen. Harney 2798. '
2559 DOlV.E Attractive room for two!
good boa rd. Ha mey 7039. ,
RooM and board for two, in modern home.
WILL board n child. Walnut 29SS.
MOTHER'S CARE given vchlldren. HaVney
FOR RENT HOUSES.
LIST your property fur rem or sale
FIRST, TRUST COMPANY,
Realtors. Tyler 72.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
Wanted" to Rent by May 1
FOUR, FIVE or SIX-ROOM HOUSE.
DESIRABLY LOCATED- IN . SOUTH
SIDE; RELIABLE TENANTS. SOUTH
FURNISHED apartment; Dallas apart
ments.' 2564 Marcy: two room and
. kltcbenet te, Dou glas 91S3.
18TH AND DODGE STS. ' I
Two and three-room apartment com
pletely furnished. Hotel aervtce. .Tyler
WANTED TO RENT.
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
Wanted to Rent -
APARTMENT OF 2 OR S 'ROOMS
AND HATH: WELL LOCATED?
WALKING DISTANCE: BY 3 OIRL3
F.MPI.OYED. ADDRESS, BOX K-$l, '
WANTED TO RENT XJtNISHn
, Two bachelors want furnished anart.
menl or two or three connecting room.;
Must be desirable in good location.!
r in-iu? 1'iiuBinB, .mi;, aionoay.
WANTED 5 or 6-room modorn house byl
iny i;,reiiame tenant, walnut 2201.
wantud. Call Dofe'la
WANTED TO KENT Five to seven-room
modern nouuo: bungalow or lower
duplex, available May 1 or before; will
lane year lease or longer; location
ciliier Omaha or Council Blriffa; use of I
phone, Douglas 2301.
"7" VOR RENT, l "
Full basemtnt, with elevator on track
also olhr stnrase space. - . .
AMERICAN .TRANSFER CO.,
louglas3 !9. fl 10 Douglas.
WANTED TO RENT bYMAT "l. ""
Four, five or six-room house, desir
ably located In South Side; reliable
tenants. South 122.
FOR BENT fiff lie ,pace xlR ZTZZi
floor. 1322 Farnam. Tyler 239e,
(JlobeVan, -Transfer J
an Storage Co. sr'i
?'.'(,L'.,'H, '"rvlce In hauling or'atorara'
call Tyler 230 or Dougiaa 4ik Auli S,
wugon amice, ,. j
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