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Walnut Office 1 North, 40th St.
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DEATH & FUNERAL JNOTICES.
ASH Amelia Jl.. at the 'restMsjm-e. 1822
Manderson, Tuesday, May 11. 1920. "Red
H vear 4 months 6 days. 1Jr. Ash is
survived by her husband, A. t . Ash. five
' brothers Ilnry rrante. Omaha; John
Pranle Cndv, U'vo. : Fred JHmes
1'rantt. Milliner, N. D, : William Prante,
rru Jeh. and three stters, 6Vrs. Anna
Helms Hullertnn. Neb. ; .Mrs. I.uUu Clary,
Peru Neb : Mrs. Crook. Nebraska City.
Funeral from residence Thursday, May
13. 1920. Jntermfnt I eruweo.
LK.nORRWOOD Mm. Elizabeth, May 11,
nged 78 years, at the home of her
' daughter. Mm. Joseph Hartnelt. 2563
S Mnrvx Ave. Deccn-sed Is survived by
her dauehtcr. Mrs. llartnett. and two
sons. John O. Bcrger of Omaha and
Snmuel rwgir of Los Angeles. Notice
of funeral later.
RUTIT TtEBEKAIl LOVlC.E NO. 1. -i
All members are reiisted to attend
1 funeral of Sister Lertgerwind. Thursday.
2 u. m., from Hoffnmn Funeral home.
y II.A JF.NSR.V. N. O.
ROSE UOLt'EN. See.
SxHFTiLMSIVHoliry K sg"i 65 years.
10th and lirexel fits., dforl Tuesday
' morning. Funeral from Brewers chapel
Thursday 2 r.. m Rev. C. Wr Holler of
ficiating. Burial at Gracejand Park
SonfoN Mrs. Ellen, May 10, 1920, age
7 1 years.
Funeral Thursday at 5:50 P. m. from
ihe f.rnve At. K. church. 22 J and Sew
ard street. interment. Forest Lawn
Ol.ONY frrle. May 12. 1920
Funeral. Frldiiv, Slay 14 at 2:20 p. m.
at Masonic temple. Services in charge
of MtieMv chapter Eastern Star. In-
toTmeut Forest L,awn.
rXCK & FALCONER,
hv-niird -"".dFarnarn. Harney 64.
TAGliAK J & SUIN,
NDERTAKERS AND r.MBAfcMERS
,i,hnn.. nonnlaa 714 221S Cuming St.
IKIeEY & HEAFEY,
CJkJfikn, and Kmbalmers.
Ino'ie H. '5. Office 2611 Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN,
Pinnr Ftineral Directors.
bl South Iflth St. Douirla IftM.
CROSBY'S NEW FVNERAL HOME, '
Away, jrVom noje of busy streets.
l J6th. Tyler 1676.
lie. O. 7fiuni'
mt9 nVii Ell
Kron aWl MnrewrO"
FrlTYnh anflvFajWilm. D. 3000.
jj(ikjr.ipWvU Bougla 1872-6216.
Births-tytWuViAiSr TI.nfll T.'ried. 1
EdnalChaMam1. tAWJ .
nickandeietrfnflf 2025 Ave-
oAf orlrl. ' ll
' McIVw.rtl.Ji' years.
R(JOwiitV5 42. hospital V
ien Morton'. 4. 2jfcO -FwrkHn street;
locker, Infant, hos-
nr.ti(rtnl ftt rtif ti
Itlhelmlna C. 1
rnth streeU iili
spital, boy ;
iVn Hirelt 1209 North
Hutahftfft 79. hospital;
t7, "Emmet ctreet.
Jio'iSflwtpfcwJbave been issued
tlC. Ponat, 22, Plattsmouth, Neb.,
irio Bahula'?9. ?mahtt, -
ra Ann LrtTaha and Marina
It ItiUtf n. U, Omaha, and Rae
Pfrry h. Ambrose, 2TI. Omaha, and An-.
te"-I.anpa, 19, Omaha.'
T:Jr1bisMiM)MkALtKan8as City, Mo., and.
a&yTotiansas City: Mo.
flrSfr,fhfft'-28. Lincoln, Neb., and,
iJrftaBfcW. JsHicoln. Neb.
RoljJIt-ilauAVtY, 24, Council Bluffs, Ia., j
d tWfS'e TOteWs, 21, Omaha,
Roli4rUKaa4idge, 21, Omaha, and;
t'f HAJtrtf BPi. 20, Murdock, Neb. ,
urnues. 3a, umana, ana
tfimm, 19, Omaha.
Uk-flaX BJlaEanylf-s, 36, Sioux City, la..
Vllllm, 32, Sioux City, la.;
ft'lse. 2T Weeping "Water,
inyetS 29, Weeping Water, Neb.
Brown. 45, Brule,, Neb., andi
I. Whaley, 43, Wolsey, S. D..
MarloTi. 31. Omaha, and Lela
135. Omaha. .
mln Johnson. 81, Fremont. Neb.,
ler, 29, Fremont, Neb.
"OUMD AND REWARDS.
R ARTICLES LOST on atfaet cara tele.
honlSTyJa)r4i00. We are aniaous to re-
torafTmel idea to rightful owner
bTMI JilPUNCIL BLUFFS ST. P.T.
-Small finger ring; setting 6 small
tied hiirhlv aa knensake:
Mrs. B. W. QUI, 620 N.'l
5ide Fiirmm or Crosstnwn
or Rialto theater, pearl aun-
with diamond center. Liberal re-
of- Security Bank of W!n-
afn the vicinity of the post-
l.-idy. Douglas 491.
gold open-faced lady's watch
lgkCKiamel pin. Walnut 464.
BlE S.iHTVl'ION Army Industrial home
ollctltir old ciotning, lurmture.
Srnagasnes. .We collect We distribute.
I'honef bjmbw. 4136 ana our wagon win
lal-.. ' lOkJItand Inspect our new home
1110-mrr-ni4 Dodge atreet.
lORGIl JUVnSTEEL;. Important business.
ooanmunlcate witn your motner,
Sharp, wiiua. Kan.
le for debts contracted after
Margarete Breeden. George
Mtltute, uoder old manage-
'n-1S Harney St. Tyier 4315.
HLtIENTI to. care for In my home; elec-
Htxle bat! MM massage. Webster 2911.
iflSSAOlt Maatcuring, 210 N. 17th St.:
-Electro therapy and
Notch ShodMlematltchlng. braldi
icadia. all kinds pleating. Doug 6011
ftoom 33-paab:las glH., 16th and Dodge.
, knife, sunburst, box
buttons, all sizes, and
ng. plco edgings eye.
ulton botes, pennants.
-- IW -r Co.. 201
eatlr.f f cove
R J. RUHEES.
Carpenter work: all kinds of new raj
CjB:"K4Sk RJf?57 .rirJirifii. remodeling
fenA"li' r EicTonI"Tall Walnut
H3KM!lJJxi: Frank Ku-
BRINGING UP FATHER-
Maggia and Jigga In Moving Picture! They're a Scream
at Utual! At Your FaTorite Moving Picture Theater.
Drawn for the Bee by McManus.
Copyright, 1920 International Newt Service
rlQU CO RICHT DOWN CNE TO CIT L SHE THE! I'LL TAKE. 1
KOETM-Y DReyLrvr. DfV 1 TrkNT PRESENT 1 CHOICE OF ETHE 1 tuf oil L,'
" j-U" XHKX HR.JKC'o THtVEOlTME . j THE PILLOW.
u : . - li' i I wom. v , - N pillow', n ; )
j 1 v IMO e (MTt. raaruag Slavics, inc. J " SfJ
I - , . 1 . 4
BARBERS If razors balk, write me for
help. O. Berry, 1511 Que, Lincoln. Neb.
Carrie .T Burford. 620 Paiton Blk. D. 1106.
If 7T PTXTTTSchool for Dancing. 2424
lJllij-rllNlliFarn8m. D. 7850. Claaa
at 8;' dancing at pt m. Monday. Thurs
day, Saturday; private lessons any time.
Dr. Brartbnry. No pain. 921 W. O. W. B'.d.
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AOENCr. Incorporated. Doug. 1107.
Arlington Hlk . Omaha, Neb.
iWL WINCKLKR, discreet, strictly con
flilentlal investigator; all i branches.
llnrney 6708. Tyler 3K4.
JAMES ALLAN. S12 Neville Blk. Evl
dnce secured In all cases. Tyler 1 136.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau. Railway
Ex. BMk. Douglas 2056. Night. Col. 466.
alterations; all kinds of
2018 Davenport St.
DRESSMAKING Children's clothea
clalty. Harney 7177
FULL dress suites and tuxedos for rent.
109 N. lfith St. John Feldman. D. 3128.
ELECTRIC heatera. $10.60; vacuum clean
ers. $37.60; Mola washing machine.
Lalley-iWIIson Electric Co.. 3 307 Farnam.
VACUUM! cleaners, delveredr' called foi
60c day. Vacuum Cleaner Service Co.
Call Web. 1657 from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
HOOVER and other sweepers for rent.' De
livered. Webster 42S3
cleaners for rent.
ELECTRIC Vacuum Cleaner, $1 day. de
livered Colfax 4116
Gas Stoves Connected.
GAS STOVES connected. $2. Fuel, lights
and connection Rebuilt gas stoves.
Harney 1619. ,
The gas man; house piping; atoves
connected. Walnut 2008
HATS cleaned and blocked while you watt,
at Paxton Hat Works, 160714 Farnam
St. ; work guaranteed.
HATS cleaned, reblocked, ladles' straw
hats specialty. Mastos Bros.. 1520 Har'y.
WEDDING announcements ana printing.
Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglaa 644.
back at small profit GROSS JEWELRY
Co., 402-N. 16th St. Doug. 6049.
va r FI.ATAU.
Sixth Floor. Securities Bldg.
Kodak Finishing and Enlarging.
FILM S developed : printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co.. 1607
Howard 8t. -
Lumber and Buildings.
TRY H. M. KEVAN. 64 4 SOUTH 30TH 6T.
Mattress and Springs. .
CITY MATTRESS CO. Mattresses made
over. Box sprinTts repaired. 2814 Cum
ing. Harney 7162. ,.
PATENTS Send sketch or model for
preliminary examination; booklet free;
patents obtalneuT Bturgcs & Sturges.
Registered United States. Patent Law-
yars. 328 Bee mag. , umana.
INTERNATIONAL PATENT CO.. Pafent
attorneys; procure, biy and sell patents.
1716 Dodge St.. Omaha; v
REDI-MADE GARAGES, wood or ateel.
Send for circular. Redl-Made Housing
Co.. 2211 Howard. .Red 3667.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
PAPERHANGING, painting. Estimates
free, that cost nothing aod may eave
you momy. Tyler .2765,
PAINTING and paperhanging done by
contract or hours. .Walnut 1427., Frank
Kulisek. m '
PAINTING and paper hangWg, first class
vork and quick service.
PAINTING, paperhanglng, decorating;
quick service; lowest prices. (Harney
PAPERHANGING'. $7 per rm. .and up, ln
c I udlng paper and work. Walnut 4998.
FIRST-CLASS paperhanglng, painting. H.
A. Clapp. Douglas 4909.
PAINTING, paperhanglng, first class
work. Walnut- 3604. , - ;
PAINTING, paperhanglng and paperclean-
PAINTING, paperhanglng and plastering.
Phone Walnut 45ii7.
FOR the best .painting and paper cleaning
call Walnut 2008.
PAINTING and paperhanglng. Tyler 4302.
WALL paper cleaning. Walnut 797.
AND RECORDS, LOWEST PRICES.
CASH OR TERMS.
THE MUSIC SHOP, INC.,
1516 Harney St. Douglas 6839.
DEVELOPING, rolls, 10c; ' packs, 16c;
printing, copying, color work enlarge
ments. Omaha photo shop, 201 Barker Blk.
Razor Blades Sharpened.
SAFETY raior blades sharpened, new ra
zors, razor blades sold. Omaha Razor
Sharpenirg Co.. 1622H Dodge. 103 N. 16.
' Get Our Figures.
Our Roofs Are Our Proofs.
All Work Guaranteed.
NORTHWEST READY ROOFING CO.,
802 South 31st. Harney 2574.
DEEN Rug Factory Extra
rugs made. Douglaa 7592.
WEA.VING, old rugs remade. Tyler 1433.
e a pro Bargains. 12th Farnam.
O.rt.X' HiJ j j bright safe Co.
Screen and Repairing
SCREENS repaired, put up. Webster 6233.
Wa rlnt. repair, sell needle and part.
16th and Harniv. Douglaa 197S.
OMAHA STATIONERY CO.." 307-9 S. lffST
306 South 18th. Doug. 1187.
THEATRICAL, historical and masque cos
tumes for amateur theatrioaia and par
tles for rent at T. Lleben ft Son. Omaha.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 8. 1 1th.
INTERIOR varnishing, enameling, floor
refinlshed,' waxed, wallpaper cleaned.
Wall Paper Cleaning.
WALLPAPER cleaning; walls, woodwork
cleaned; screens painted, repaired. Col-
fax 5Co. .
LIGHT hauling, any kind, anywhere; sat
isfaction guaranteed. ,Wai 1161,
OMAHA WELDING CO. "The Careful
Welders." 15th and Jackson. D. 4397.
PAXTON-M ITCH ELL CO.
27th and Martha Sis., Omaha Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rialto Drug Store. 15th
and D.mwl.is Sts.. Omaha. Neb
DUMP ashea S. W. corner 35th said Fran
, els. Douglaa 420.
day, experienced colored
60s hour. Webster 1042.
WANTED Typing work during spate
time. Douglas 1236.
.Laundry and Day Work.
Furniture and Household Goods.
In accordance with 'the provisions of
the statute of Nebraska, I will sell at
public auction at the police court room,
12th and Dodge Sts., In the city of
Omaha, state of Nebraska, at 1 o'clock
p. m., Friday, May 21, 1920, all un
claimed personal property which may
have been in the Vossesslon of the po
nce juage or cmer or ponce ror s x JST CLASS house-cleaning; call
months prior to said date. This sale I Webster 6143.
CEMENT work, basement digging, alao
Watch the Domostlo column of The
Bee. Lots of good planes are always
advertised Don't miss them.
WOMEN who want day work call Afro
American Employment Agency, 2522', 4
Lake St. Webster 6976.
WIDOW would Ilko position as house
keeper, country or city. Douglaa 8562
or 217 Poppleton Ave.
LADY wish 2 children desires position as
housekeeper. References given. Box
K-8. Omaha Bet
EXPERIENCED colored laundress wishes
bundles of all kinds. Webster 1975.
LAUNDRY work for Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday. Webster 3086.
Bundle washing. Webster 1379.
Includes all kinds of goods, such as
cutlery, bit'ycles, harness, watches, dress
goods, clothing, trucks, grips, revolvers,
one Bulck touring car and one Ford
touring car; all to be sold without re
serve to the highest cash bidder. Money
derived from this sale to go to the
Omaha police pension fund. Come and
get some of the bargains.
Chief of Police.
IRONING and housecleanlng, 60c per hour,
SELECT YOUR SPRING HOUSE FUR
NISHINGS FROM THESE BARGAINS
Adam period bedroom suite 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
STATE FURNITURE COMPANY.
Corner 14th and Dodge Streets.
Opposlet U. P. Headquarters. Omaha, .Neb.
BEAUTIFUL furniture for the
home to be sold from our new
store at 2568-70 Leavenworth,
street; .open for business May "12,
1920. Call Tyler 3040 or Harney
LARGE, solid black walnut wardrobe, $15:
solid oak hall rack, $8; solid oak stand
or small table, $5; three-piece solid black
walnut bedroom suite, with good springs,
$35. Must be cash. 2601 Capitol Ave.
Tel. Harney 6564.-
FOR SALE Furniture 4-room modern
flat; party buying funlturo can rent
flat. Doug. 6157.
WE sell new and near-new furniture,
stoves and rugs at lowest prices; cash
or payments. Amer. Furn. Co., 605 N. 16.
FIVE-ROOM apartment and furniture for
sale; also rooming house: owner leaving
city. Call Har. 4453.
Ft)R SALEc Furniture for 3-romn apart
men. Doug. 2653, evenings 8295.
DINING room set and other furniture;
dealers. 4702 Florence blvd.
FOR SALE Rurnlture for 6-room houaj,
1602 Oak St. Tyler 4567.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
DRUMS, traps, marimbas. Instructions,
repairing. Phone Harney 2967. Geo. A.
Smith. 2761 Davenport St.
A. HOSPE CO. ?rVter.yalnms
Pianos for rent. $4.00 per month.
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, beugbt. sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agenta for the CORONA.
-l Get our prices before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Doug. 4120. 1912 Farnam.
WE buy, sell and exchange all makes
of typewriters. Write for list. Midland
Office Supply Co.. 1404 Dodge. ,
RENT an Oliver typewriter three months
for $6.00. Oliver Agency, 1912 Farnam
St.. Douglas 4120, Omaha. Neb.
TODD checkwrlter. like new; half price,
. Bhtp anywhere. Doug. 7130, 320 Nevilla
ALL Makes Typewriter Co.; '
205 S. 18th St. Tyler 2414.
Store and Office Fixtures.
WE buy, sell and make desks, safes, show
cases, shelving, etc. Omaha Fixture ft
Supply Co., 11th and Douglas Doug.
We have 150 bu. jof No. A-l potatoes
can ship out local at $5 per bu.
FARMERS UNION MERC. CO.,
PROGRESSIVE The best everbearing
strawberries, $2 per hundred; pansles in
bloom, large assorted colors, 76c per
dozen, or both, prepaid. .$2.60; plant
growers over 20 years. We please. Col-
- fax -3999. A. D. Ferguson, Station D,
FOR SALE 3 Great Western Heaters;
good condition: at a bargain if taken at
once. G. E. O'Nell, Circulation Dept.,
Omaha Bee. -
FOR SALE One horse shovel plow, one
hand wheel garden cultivator. Bought
new, used about one day. Tel, Wal
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattresses
made from your own feathers, summer
and winter sides. 1907 Cuming. D. 2467.
FINE YELLOW seed corn, 1918 crop: lots
of l,to 100 bushels; test A-l. Z. E.
Proctor, Oretna. Neb.
BARGAIN in used Hoover Sweeper and
1900 Electric Washer. Call Tyler 1011,
psK tor Joe-ftreyers.
KINDLING delivered at $3.60 per load,
also some ajood lumber for sale. Web.
SECOND HAND laths, doors, screen doors,
windows, Webster 752.
NEW 24-inch furnace, $00; 1 two-panel
oak door. Wal. 693.
DRY kindling wood,
Acme Box Co. liar-
WANTED TO BUY.
WE BUY baled wasfe paper, old maga
zines and newspapers. State quantity
you have on hand. Write or phone for
prices. Omaha Paper Stock Co., Iltb
and Marcy. Douglas 169.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. D. 6146
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT.
MACKS BOND HOUSE.
U1421 First Natl. Bank Bldg. Tyler 3644.
WANT to buy small soda fountain. South
re inuiiipsun, i. ain bi. weDSter
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
furniture. Ty. 2598 A. Zavett. 705 N. 16.
CASH FOR LIBERTY BONDS.
LEWIS ft CO.. 411 M'CAOUE BLDG.
THE BEE will publish free a situation
wanted ad unfcr thia classification for
soldiers and sailors snd marines who will
show their discharge papers at our
office In the lobby of The Bee building.
Seventeenth and Farnam.
EX-ARTILLERY officer, married, age 33,
energetic, reliable, university graduate;
sales and executive experience; wishes
responsible position with live concern.
Box K-, Omaha Bee. '
YOUNG man with university education
desires' to become associated with some
live concern in or out of Omaha. Box
221. Grand Island, Neb.
WANTED Hauling refuse and cinders;
manure ror aaie. walnut 6393.
by experienced help.
EXPERIENCED laundress and day work.
LAUNDRY work; day work. Web. 4393.
COLORED girl wants day work, 40c per
hour. Tyler 6047.
EXPERIENCED woman; laundry and day
work. Webster 6099. '
BUNDLE-washln g wanted. Walnut 2 26
CLEANING and Ironing. Webster 4116.
LAUNDRY and day work. Webster 2219.
DAY WORK WANTED. WEBSTER 4796.
LACE curtains, bundle washing. Web11727
CLEANINGwanted. Web. 3254 after" (.
DAY WORK of any kind. Webster 4571.
DAYWORK. laundry. Webster B034.
DAYWORK wanted. Webster 6216
DAY work wanted. Webster 4642.
DAY work Vanted. Harney 7043!
DAY WORK. Webster 4255.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
YOUNG men wanted, between 21 and 30
years of age, for special outside work.
Splendid opportunity for those who ire
ambitious and energetlo to secure per
manent positions with early advance
ment. One hundred and five dollars per
month to start Box D-93. Omaha Bee.
Young Men's Business association can
furnish you with bookkeepers, truck
drivers, store salesmen, shipping clerks
and all kinds of clerical help. Employ
ment services free. Phone Tyler 4210,
308 -Finance Bldg. '
BOOKKEEPER, A-l, $150-$176; office
clerk, $100; stenog. and bkkpr., out of
town, $100; asst. bkkpr., temp. 4 months
possibly permanent, $100: adding ma
chine opr., good future, $76; salesman,
trunk experience, salary open.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
1138 First National Bank Bldg.
WANTED Sales manager, experienced
and capable of taking charg'e of organi
zation for financing a legitimate tractor
and harvester company that has de
veloped machines of great merit and Is
now a going concern. An opportunity
for the right man. Y-1120. Omaha Bee.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper, traveling
position, auditing work. $200 and exp.;
stenographer, some ledger work, $125;
stenographer, beginner, $85; statement
clerk, bank. $70.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N.
736 First National Bnk Bldg.
CREDIT and collection man for credit
department. Good future prospects.
Salary $40 week.
BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE ASSN.,
917-18. w. u; w. cmg
AUTOMOBILE salesman, city, $200-25ti;
bookkeeper and steno., $160; claim
clerk, $100; office boys. $60-$5O.
THE MARTI CO.. 1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
WANTED Two strong, young men to
learn good wholesale - ousiness; siu
chance for advancement.
Professions and Trades.
WE WANT two first class storage bat
tery men and auto electricians to take
full charge and-Dperate a Wlllard serv
ice station by June 1st at Wapato,
Wash., and also one at Sunnyside, Wash.
We will pay a guaranteed salary of $150
per month and a per cent of all busi
ness. This means all the way from
$175 to $250 per month and a steady
position to the right man. Married man
preferred. We must have recommenda
tions. This Is operated under a corpora
tion of Yakima, Wash., which has four
Willard service stations. Wiseman.
Spencer ft .Tacklett, Inc., Yakima, Wash.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY YARDS,
KANSAS CTY. MO.,
TRAINMASTER'S OFFICE. .
15TH AND NICHOLAS STREETS,
OMAHA, NEB. '
sash and door men." Open shop, 8-hour
day. Rates up to 80c. per hour. The
Hallack & Howard Lumber Co., Denver,
WANTED Bricklayers. Ironworkers, In
side wiremen, lathers plasterers, paint
ers, tinners, plumbers and hod carriers,
In Butte, Mont; wages $9 a day up.
American planf summers work. Address
Associated Industries of Butte.
WANTED To hear from good fast ama
teur ball players. All positions. State
experience and salary. Wire or write.
. F. L. Whitelock, Secy., Sidney, Neb..
WANTED AT ONCE
watch maker and optician. Good po
sition for rhrht man in. best town In
western Nebraska. Write Mason
Spangler, Scnttsbluff. Neb.
BRICKMAitONS wanted; apply GeilTiey
Construction Co. of Hastings, Neb.; write
ojp- phone; transportation furnished to
HELP WANTED MALE.
Salesmen and Canvassers.
We have an opening for a food
salesman which offers an oppor
tunity for you to make more
money than on any other proposi
tion now available; references re-
The Inter-State Company,
207 South 18th Street.
Four men to call on the farmers In
Nebraska and western Iowa. Experience
In our line not necessary. From $10
to $20 a day assured tt right man.
Position permanent. Apply Eugene
Wolfe, 203 Farnam Bldg., 13th and
Farnam Sts., OmaHa.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WOOD workers wanted, steady work.
Apply foreman, 1224 N. 11th St., Omaha
Hardwood Lumber Co.
WANTED Night watchman: good salary;
reference required. Apply Standard Oil
Co., 1912 Farnam.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
MR. CHAPMAN, BALCONY.
WANTED High grade solicitors to cau
rass In Omaha for The Bee. Apply at
Bea office; Inquire for Mr. Rook. Y-1U45,
DON'T READ THIS
If you are making over $75 a week. Two
neat appearing young men. 23 to 25
years, to travel' west with manager.
Demonstrate and sell. We teach and
train 4,-ou. Salary guaranteed. See J.
Gordon, Rome hotel, 7 to 9 a. m., 2 to
8 p. m.
A WOMAN WHO I
SEEKS A FUTURE.
To an experienced business woman
who has some knowledge of credits we
have created a position that offers un
limited opportunities for future ad
vancement, with a good salary to begin
with. All Interviews held strictly con
fidential. See Mr. Kinney, office man
ager Union Outfitting Company.
STENOGRAPHER.S,$125, $110, $100, $9,0.
$85, $80: beginner stenographers and
typists, $60-$76; bookkeepers, $125, $100,
$90: stenog. and bkkpr., out of town
bank, $85 to $100; office cierk, exp.,
$75-$80; office clerks, $65; file clerks,
$65-$70: P.. B. X. opr., $75-$80.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
1138 First National Bank Bldg.
STENOGRAPHER, some filing. $115;
stenographer with some experience,
$75-$85; typist, $80; young lady, credit
department experience, $100-$125.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N,
736 First National Bank Bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED AT ONCE.
Markers. sorters, handlroners and
press machine girls. Apply
EVANS MODEL LAUNDRY.
llth and . Douglas Sts.
CHECKER and spotter.
2217 Farnam. f
'Saleswomen and Solicitors.
WANTED Women to canvass subscrip
tions for The Omaha Bee in the city
and Council Bluffs. Apply at The Bee
office, between 8 and 9:30 a. m. or
6 and 6:30 p. m. Inquire for Mr. O'Nell,
WANTED Women to distribute coupons
houso to house. No. selling, pleasant
work. Good pay. Apply K. F. Wash,
nwitt Co., istii ana Leavcnwonn.
Call between 4 and 6 p. m
LADY canvassers for electric Irons and
lamps; good proposition. C. F. Adams
Co.. 623 8. 16th St.
At the Paxton hotel for a few days
Oil Is making rr PPl rich;- yoisr
ship can t come In unless you send one
out; Iowa man comes back from Mon
tana to get his relation In: he Is here
You can talk with him. This Is a real
oil company with bank references and a
few shares of stock to se at 6c, pjr
share. Our field man y Its worth $1
per share. Room 425. Taxlon hotel.
FOR SALE Electrical contracting and
supply business In progressive western
Neb. town of 4,500 population. Numer
ous business houses and residences un
der construction, big appliance
and repair business. Owners, ex-soldiers,
desiring to take up land. A good bar-il5-
8S0 ACRES" oil lease, Allen and Woodson
counties; shallow field; sure shot; ad
joins production and ple line; sell all
or rrt. Address ,4337 Broadway, Kan
sas City. Mo. ,
FOR SALE First-class cafe In good oil
town of 3.500. Write for particulars. Bog
673, Glenrock Wyo.
In or out ot business. See LEVi 13
TO get In or out otbusines
ft CO. 411 McCaguV BldgJ
ROOMS FOR RENT.
PHTNFTHls" WANfAD DEPAR'rKNT.
TYLE1 1000. AND ASK ABOUT OUR
BIG ROOM LIST PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR TIE BENEFIT OF OUR
READERS AND ADVERTISERS.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Stenographer. We desire the
services of an experienced stenographer,
one who Is accurate and good on ma
chine; no others need apply. The Inter
State Co.. 207 S.18th St., Omaha. Neb.
STENOGRAPHERS, $125-$115-$VlT0: Comp
tometer operator, $126; typists and
clerks, $75-$80; filing clerk. $65-$70.
THE M ARTI CO., 1126 W. O. W. Bid g.
EXPERIENCED stenographer who will
do general office work. Gordon-Raln-alter
Co., 801 Douglas.
WANTED by wholesale house competent
stenographer. Good salary, Tyler 2206.
GIRL to clerk in delicatessen department.
Central Market, 1608 Harney St.
OFFICE girl and helper. Dresher Bros.,
Professions and Trades.
Direct to car owner, 30x3 non-skid,
$11.75; tubes, $2.25; other sizes in pro
portion; guaranteed 6,000 miles on lib
eral adjustment basis. Big commissions
paid weekly. AUTO TIRE CLEARING
huuhs, loot' west latn. i.nicago.
WANTED Neat appearing young man, 17
or 18, to travel with advertising mgr.
A chance to make money and see the
country. See Mr. Malcolm at Merch
ants Hotel, mornings between 7 and 8.
SALESMEN We want a few more young
men to Join our club In scientific sales
manship: complete training; $30 posi
tions furnished free. Box K-6, Bee.
SALESMEN For household specialties;
men jsith car can make good money.
Call and see us and let us explain. C.
F. Adams Co., 623 S. 16th St.
SALESMEN City or traveling; experience
unnecessary: big demand for men, $2,000
up. Write for openings and particulars.
Box K-7. Omaha Bee -
Hotels and Restaurants.
Teamsters and Chauffeurs.
TEAMSTERS wanted, apply 13th and
California, Omaha Hardwood Lumber
SEVERAL BOYS WANTED FOR SHIP
PING FLOOR AND FACTORY WORK.
THE SKINNER CO.,
14TH AND JACKSON STS.
BRIGHT boy over 16 to run errands. Ap
ply Morris ft Co.. South Side.
OFFICE BOY wanted.
P. Cook Co.
BIG demand for barbers; call or write
for free catalogue. Moler Barbae' Col
lege. 110 S. 14th St.
MEAT CUTTER wanted: must be gold
salesman. Fred Ehrhardt, 810 JM. Six
teen! ti street.
WANTED Expert foreman for stair an. I
cabinet department. Out of 'town. Y-1121
Salesmen and Canvassers.
HAVE opening for young man experienced
in selling, city worn, salary ana com
mission. Phone Douglas 3854 for appointment.
UNION STOCK YARDS CO.,
SOUTH SIDE. '
WANTED EXPERIENCED FURNITURE
UPSETTER AND PACKER. STEXDY
POSITION. UNION OUTFITTING CO.,
16TH AND JACKSON.
SEVERAL GOOD POSITIONS FOR
CAPABLE YOUNG WOMEN TO HAN
DLE LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE
MESSAGES. NO BUSINESS TRAINING
IS NECESSARY AS WE GIVE YOU A
THOROUGH - COURSE OF INSTRUC
TION BEFORE ASSIGNING YOU TO
COMMERCIAL WORK AND PAY YOU
WELL WHILE YOU ARE LEARNING.
FREQUENT SALARY INCREASES
AND RAPID ADVANCEMENT ARE
ASSURED THE GIRL WHO SHOWB
INTEREST AND ABILITY. THE
WORK. IS PLEASANT AND THB
HOURS REASONABLE WITH REST
PERIODS BOTH MORNING AND AFT
ERNOON. WHICH MAY BE SPENT IN
OUR COMFORTABLE REST ROOM,
MISS BELL WILL ANSWER ANY
QUESTIONS AND RECEIVE YOUR APPLICATION.
J18 NEW TELEPHONE CO.
WANTED Competent housekeeper for
three bachelors in West Farnam apart
ment for summer months, during days
only. Best wages. State qualifications.
kox w-az. umana Hee.
WANTED Girl for general housework
small family; no washing most be will
ing to accompany family to mountains
in Bummer. Phone n arney S7a.
WANTED Girl for general housework,
small family, no washing, mjtst be will
ing to accompany family to mountains
In summer. Ph'ne. Harney 676.
WANTED AT ONCE Girl for genesal
housework: no washing: small family;
best of wages: room with private bath.
53ii wooiwortn Ave.
KEFINED middle aged woman for com
panlon; also assisting with child for few
weets: good wages; good home. Har
WHITE girl for general housework, fami
ly of twnaBdults; laundress kept. Mrs,
Autnur storz. walnut 3215.
COMPETENT maid for general housework
no laundry and good Wages. Mrs. Ralph
meters, ti r. ctn r.
FOR LAUNDRESSES. DAY WOMEN
ETC. LOOK IN THE SITUATION COL
UMN 1K Tilt" BKE.
WANTED For the- summer, maid for
general housework; two. in family; best
wages. ryier :. (.
NEAT colored girl to assist with house
work. Colfax. 2050. .
COMPETENT girl for housework .' eooJ
Wanted to assist With hniiaAnrnlr
ana partial care or child. Harney 3586.
Hotels and Restaurants.
COUNTER AND FLOOR GIRLS
WANTED AT ONCE.
STEADY WORK GOOD WAGES.
CITY NAT'L BK, BLDG.. BASEMENT.
tuumfcu girl lor washing s ver nrt
glasses. Phelps Hut, 1408 Douglas. Call
, Walnut 3737.
at Old People's Home.
FI-OB maid wanted at Wise Memorial
Do you want a permanent! position T
No profession today offers better op
portunities for good salaifcs snd steady
employment than local or long distance
The work Is fascinating, pleasant,
healthful surroundings, annual vaca
tions with full pay. Sick and accident
benefits without cost to employes.
No experience necessary. Substantia)
weekly pay while In training-. Rapid
WANTED Young man with grocery ex
perience preferred, to work In shipping
department as order clerk; good, proposi
tion to party who can qualify. Apply
to shipping clerk.
LOOSE-WILES BISCUIT CO.
12th and Davenport.
Parents Invited to investigate working
' Apply to
New Telephone Building.
Nineteenth and Douglas Streets.
8 HOURS PER DAY. APPLY
AMERICAN RAILWAY EXP. STABLE,
15TH AND DAVENPORT.
WANTED A poultry grader and picker;
one with experience and famlher witn
handling dry-picked, milk-fed poultry;
this Is a Bteady, all-year-'round position,
when writing please states wages wanted
and give reference. H. M. Noack &
Sons. Arlington, Minn.
TRAIN and yard men, raroad experi
ence, for service Chicago and Kansas
City. Apply W. F. Thelhoff. Burlington
Route, 1004 Farnam,
WANTED Lineman ami groundnAn;
. steady work. Hennlngson Engineering
Co.. 12th and Harney.
MEN wan ten to handle lumber, apply
, foreman. 1224 N. llth St. Omaha
Hardwood Lumber Co.
MEN to drive taxica4a. Apply In per
son. Omaha Taxicab and Transfer Co.,
14th and Jackson.
EyPERfTENCED truck 3 rivers. Apply
Omaha Taxicab and Transfer Co., 14th
APPLY SANFORD HOTEI
GIRLS WANTED NOW
FOR STEADY WORK
In various departments of the Snow
IWhlte Bakery; good pay to good work
ers; must be 16 years of age or over.
. Apply at once to Supt. Costello,
ITEN BISCUIT CO
Capitol Am., 12th to 13th Sts.
Office Entrance Middle of Block.
WANTED. APPLY AT ONCE,
BET. 1STH AND 16TH.
NURSE under graduate, salary $60 and
maintenance; permanent position.
Wayne-Hospital, Wayne, Neb.
Not over 25 and not under 17
years for the stage; former stage
experience not necessary, but
must be of neat appearance. If
you have no future and have ."a
desire to go on the stage, this is
a wonderful opportunity. We are
showing only the large towns an3
have the best conveniences for
the road. We guarantee you 40
weeks' work with the best of
wages. Call and see us at once.
Mrs. McMoore, Room No. 1, 216
North Seventeenth street.
COLORED GIRLS WANTED.
OMAHA PAPER STOCK CO..
18TH AND MARCY. DOUG. 169.
BIG SISTERS ASSOCIATION. - for the
benefit of business girls. 623 Bee Bldg.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men. ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand: wages while
learning: strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College,
WANTED Day cook; man or woman.
Dunn's Eating House, Missouri Valley,
DAY SCHOOL. NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, eomptometry, short
hand and typewriting, railroad and
wiring telegraphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches.
Write, call or phone Douglas 1665 for
large Illustrated catalogue. Address
Boyles Building, Omaha, Neb.
NEWLY furnished outside rooms, wsfklng
distance from court house; also suite of
rooms for four; gentlemen only. Doug
las 7239. J
:'.i;o PACIFIC, nicely1 furnished room,
with running mater, gentlemen pre
ferred; reference reqiilrdHaTney106.
410 ITwEET WOOD AVE. Nicely furnished
room, suitable for one or two. with prlv
llege of making own breakfast.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT Room In pri
vate home, near car line: gentlemen
enly: ref-rence. Harney 3620. ,
2222 FAR NAM ST. Nice, clean sleeplfs;
room: under new management; sultaHe
for one or two. .
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room In
prlvato family; gentlemen preferred.
Webster D079: .
Nl("rET.YTurnished room in private home;
West Farnam district; walking distance.
41M CUMING Southeast room, moil
home, on Farnam car 14ne. Walnut 3;
22U ST. MARYS AVE. Nicely -furnished
room for wno or two people. Ty4er 502
2108 CAPITOL AVE; deslrslile modern
room for one or two. Douglas 6408.
ONE lurse front room and alcove, suitable
for three . 701 So. lfith. 3d floor.
NICELY" FURNISHED ROOM IN PRI-
VATE FAMILY. WALNUT 69.
FURNISHED rooms for rent, 626 So. 25th
Ave. Tyler 128. r
FURNISHED room for ono or two. Harney
fi 1 BR.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
llcht housekeeping with modern con.
venlences, located at 1424 N. Nlnteenth.
.22:4 NORTH 10TH All modern furnished
room for light housekeeping. Webster
2617 CAPITOL AVE Light houskeepiny
rooms. Harvey 7048.
Board and Room.
2709 FARNAM Furnished room and board,
for three; gentlemen preperred. Harney
BOARD and room for two;
preferred. Harney 2129.
man and vvife
FOR RENT HOUSES.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler 729..
APARTMENT consisting of 4 rooms and
2 bsths; -large yard: no objection to
-year lease required; JljO
a month. t
W. FARNAM SMITH
1320 Farnam S.
18TH AND DODGE 8TS.
I Two and three-room apartments com.
pletely furnished. Hotel service. Tyler
APARTMENT having large living room,
dinlnp room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms. 2
bath rooms, also large yard; rental 8225
a month. M
W FARNAM SMITH
1320 Farnam Sr.
DALLAS APTS. Two rooms ami kitchen
ette. 2564 Marcy.
FOR RENT Business Property.
VERY desirable store building on Far
nam St.: in center of automobile district;
22x132 feet; modern front; fine location
for auto salesroom, accessories or ma
chine line; good lease. Phone Doug
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY. ArifvAN CO.
STORAGE. MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and Jackson Sts. Douglas 2.
Globe Van, Transfer
an Storage Co.
For real service In hauling or s?ofag
call Tyler 230 or Douglaa 4338. - Auto or
MOVING. PACKING. STORAGE.
Separate locked rooms for household
goodsund pianos, moving, pscklng and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 South 16th. Doug. 4161
UNION TRANSFER CO.
LET us estimate your moving, packing '
8nn storage, tticis pavennort. loog. ZUB.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 3400.
CAPPS-LONG TRANSFER CO.
Heavy hauling, furniture, piano mov
ing and live stock hauling. .' Prompt ef
ficient service. Douglas 6251.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
'SALE OF HORSE COLLARS.
We have over 1,000 horse collars n
hand that were bought before the pres
ent high nrices. We are sclllnc a regu
lar 35 collar for 83.60, a good 17.50 col
lar for $5. and 18 collar for J6. Our.
best heavy dray collars, 18-Inch draft
curled hair face that sell regular for $10
or Jll for 8.
ALFRED CORNISH & CO.,
1210 Farnam St.
HIGH GRADE SHOW HARNESS
8125 values at $85 per set,, Including
army and war harness; 30iper cent dis
count on all harness1 gods and col
lars. Write for free price list. Desk 9.
MIDWEST HARNESS CO..
708 No 16th St.
THE CLUB FRANCA IS D'OMAHA an
nounces the opening of a class to study
French. All those interested should
plione to MOA. O. Cattin, Douglas 4624
or Harney 3831.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
221 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
MUST GET OUT OF
OF POOR HEALTH
Dandy grocery and meat market busi
ness, good trade, clean stock, good
neighborhood. Auto truck and fixtures
$1,400. will Invoice stock. Would
consider trade on strictly "modern home.
Wo also have other trades and ex
changes. WM. N. HILL
Formally of Scott & Hill Co.
TI. 4413. 619 Bee Bide.
HANDIRONERS wanted at once. Expe
rience unnecessary. Kimball Laumlry
Co., 1507 Jackson St.
YOUNG lady to work at La Belle Institute.
1760 Leavenworth. Douglas 6626.
GIRLS wanted for bindery work.Reee
Ticket Co., 10th and ilarney,
Th bpst and mnjt popular rPFtaur
ant frj Omaha, InrlinllnK 9-yfnr lease,
nlmoRt new pcmipmmt, ctfarln a net
profit of II.ROA per month. Thin 1 an
extraordinary opportunity; possession at
E. G. SOLOMON
2 Karbach Block. Douglas 5262.
OUR business is to buy ana sell your
business Quick Service ScUicg Experts,
614 Brown Bids.
,,f..,. -; V"-1 "V---C
FOR SALE Twenty head of fine fam
horses, mares and mules. Some of mares
In foal. All stock guaranteed sound
and In good condition. Apply at M. C.
Teters MMI Co.! 23th and B streets or
arter 6 p. m plione South 476.
HOUSE, harness and wugon, $30,
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
BUFF ORPINGTON eggs. $15o"to $3ToO;
thorou ghhred prize stock. Doug. 46 4 1 .
WHEAT screenings, $2.50 per 100. waa
oner, 801 No. 16. Douglas 1142.
THOROUGHBRED R. fSTRed hatching
eggs for sale; $1 for 13. flfa'8245.
THOROUGHBRED k. C. Buff Orpington
eggs for hatching.' Walnut 1939. .
REESER'S poultry remedy "for sale at
1128 N. '18th St. Webster 2151.
lnutiful Persian kittens.
AUTOMOBILES JFpR SALE.
DRIVE. IT YOURSELF
RENT A NEW FORD DRIVE '
THE MOST ECONOMICAL AUTO
MOBILINO; CHEAPER THAN OWN-I?A.iAn-
NEW- A-l CONDITION.
jr.i.r-nrAKTBRS. v OPEN DAT AND
i-.ijni inc. fltl& MATH
H14 HOWARD STREET. DOUO. ill.
u. . several rebuilt snd reflnlshefl
llu, .ns In closed snd touring models;
eicept.onal values; terms If desired.
uUY L, SMITH,
SutJstCorncr of 26th and Farnam.
WANTED For spot cash, 100used cars",
Co., 205 farnam eu Doug. &,
ra DAT AND 1
JDSON - "
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