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I'HONE TYLEB 1000.
Evening Edition. ;;i:i '
Morning Edition. f P. M.
Sundav Edition M.Jlaturdajr
DoTYHrry W.. (lied at his home, 4412
North 29th street. Sunday, 1:46 a. m.,
May 23, 1920, aged 49 year. 8 months,
23 days. Mr. Doty Is survived by his
mother, sirs. W. J. . Doty, one sister,
Mrs. O. H. Tank of Omaha; on brother,
D A. Doty of Portland, Ore.: one niece.
Miss Genevieve Sanders of Omaha one
nephew. Arthus R. McFarlaad of Omaha.
Funeral Wednesday, May 26, 1920. at
o'clock from the home of his sister.
Mrs. O. H. Tank, 2761 Vane St. Inter-
WILCOX Delia.'. 1M3 N. 17 th. May 22,
aired 62. Funeral from Hoffman Funeral
Home. 24th and Dodge, Tuesday, 830
a. m. Deceased is survived by her hus
band and four children, Rolaifd b. Stiles
and Kdwln R.. Mrs. Louise Wright and
Mrs. Helen Kuha. IirKrmenf. Fort
DmlKe.I a. I
KAIRCH. lewis, aged 63 years. May 12,
-Funeral Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock
from N. P. Swanson's chapel, 17th and
Cuming Sts. Interment Fisher's Farm.
STACK & FALCONER,
' Thlrtv-thlrd and Farnam. Harney 64
"TAGGART & SON,
UNDERTAKERS AND BJIUAiJuna.
Tclonhone Douglas 14. 2216.Cumlng SU
"HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertakers and Kmbalmers.
Phone H. 26. Office 2(111 Farnam.
.HULSE & RIEPEN,
Pioneer Funeral Directors.
1 0 1 South ltilh St. Douglas 1068.
' I NEW LOCATION .
CROSBY'S NEW FUNERAL HOME.
2018 WIRT ST.
Away from noise of busy streets.
PH ON K wiilwrsBii.
DUFFY & JOHNSTON,,
UN'DErtTAKERS. 717 S. 18th. Tyler 1676.
DEE L. LARM0N
1814 Douglas St. Douglas 8244.
L. Henderson, 1619 Farnam. Douglas J248.
JOHN BATH, 18th and Farnam. D. auOO.
THE largest display of monuments In
the United States. FRANK SVOBODA.
1215. 8. 13th. Phone Douglas 1872-6216.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births Roscoe and Ohea Lucile Bolen,
4519 Lafayett avenue, boy; Deagotln and
Barbara Pepelnag, 123? South Fifteenth,
boy; Lawrence and Ruth Bates, hospital,
girl; Russell and Blanche-JSenier, 4019
Seward, boy; Edward and Tony Travis,
1122 South Second, boy; William add
Margaret Jones, Boquet hotel, boy;
William and Josephine Mlnear, hos
pital, twins; John and Delia Mur
ray 4617 South Seventeenth, boy; Rosa
and Hazel Drlsty, 2437 Titus avenue, boy;
Frank and Alma McArdle, R. F. D. . boy.
A. Raulelgh and Maude Taylor, R. F. D.
No. 1. lrvlngton, boy; Cloyd and Olive
De -Lay. 2615 North Sixty -second, girl;
Henry and Martha Bridwell, -351S North
Thlrtylxth. girl; Jonathan and Lillian
Carrel, 4007 North Twenty-ninth, boy.
John and Agnes Stors. 2770 Clarlison ave
nue, girl; Domlnick and Filomena Fistill,
3061 South Twenty-eighth avenue boy;
Lawrence and Josephine KolodrleJczak,
3501 South Thirty-first, girl.
Deaths-r-Lonetta Draggoo. Infant, Six
tieth and1!; Frank Uher, 63, 416 Walnut;
William Worthy. 71. hospital: Rosle Lee
McMahon. 1. 2718 North Twenty-etglith;
Christian, Mortcnsen. 62. hospital; Susan
Comstock. 84, 3716 Cuming. '
. . - w ir i 91 plurlrsnn. Neb..
and Lorena Heater, 23, North Bend, Neb.
Archie L. Rice, 45, Omaha, and Mamie
Hrfrvey. 40, Omaha.
Amell Kavan, 30, Omaha,"and STary
Cherney 23, Omaha.
Salvator Vasta, 30. Omaha, and Car
nitla Cappelo, 18, Omaha.
Clifford Richie, 27, Casper, Wyo., and
Sudle Wilson, 19, OnuUu.
John E. Kurth. 23. Waterloo, la., and
Hot tens Khepherdson, 23, Omaha. -,
Oeorg P. Madison,, over 21. Omaha,
and Mary O. Fleming, over 18. Omaha.
Vers D. Quackenbush. 36, Omaha, and
Rose E. Hill, 35, Omaha.
Harr E. Johnson, 27, Ralston, Neb.,
ana Esther Lswson, 22, Omaha.
LOST, FOUND AJJD REWARDS,
i'OR ARTICLES LOST on street cars tele
phone Tylr 800. W are anxlou to re
store Idst articles to rightful owners.
OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
LOST Pocketbook at V'nlon lopot con
taining 114 and gold wrist watch, Elgin
. make, with initials E. L. J. Phone or
N Writ Mr. Mary Jarnan, Sprlnjlield,
I.OST Purse containing two $10 bills,
. check for $24, on Fremont brewery, on
train between Fremont and Omaha, or
at station. Reward. Call Harney 6881.
LOST Tiny pet poodle playmate of
twin babe. Call Colfax 4168 and
, receive reward. .
LOST Kodak at Rourke Park. Reward
for return to box office Orpheum the-
LOST Horn-rim glasses at Central High
school or Dundee car on Saturday.
- v $30Q REWARD
For return of Bulck roadster No.
108020. taken from In front of Brandels
Theater May 16. No questions asked.
CALL WEBSTER 3331.
tR. C. B. FOI.TJ6, formerly of Room ,
Creighton Blk., moved to 612-620 World-
- Herald BUlg.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
. magazines. We collect. W distribute.
' Phon Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1111 Dodge street.
PERSONAL William H. Read, send your
, address to Mrs. V. H. K., Anita, Iowa.
' Boa 1 4 9.
PATIENTS to carefor in my home; ele
trie bath and massage. Webster 2911. ,
)R. HOLERAN Electro therapy and
massage. 318 Neville Block.
' STf. WURN, Optician (formerly of 590
moved to 684 Brandels Bldg.
PR. BURKE moved to 62 Douglaa block.
Carrie J. Burford. 620 Pajtton Bid. D. 1208.
WE HAUL, anything, anywhere, any Urn.
Mauling aii kind. walnut 5iK
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst box
pleating, covered buttons, all size and
styles: hemstitching, plcot. edging, eve
. let eut work, button holes, pennants,
' - Ideal Button and Pleating- Co 108
4LSI uwii u e) i cs ay irw.
Top Notch Shop Hcmstlichlng. braiding,
- beading, all kind piaatlng. Doug. 6011,
Room 13, Dougla Blk.. 16th and Dodge.
Brown Bin, jougias 1136,
CARPENTERING, -repairing, remodeling
doirs. L. J. Erlekson. Call Walnut
fPr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bid.
tURPlNES SCHOOL OF DANCING,
fancy tag and soelaL $01 Crouns
. Bide, opposite pojstofflce. Phon Har
y (439. Douglas 3669. Also dancing
. ttlY HtwiaJf 4 Smitf vtatni,
iHOV DARE "TOO COCK I ( iTWff" II ft TAXE IT RWiHT Jt 11 a ' 1 THlt TERRIBLE-1 WISH jfQ ZZ I ' CfTr
NEaKEANO J T2 " 0 OUTANOPUTIT ,'t' MX MOTHER AN' FATHER UP --2TUJ
J J ! IHVvj "
""jTe ' ' lKTt rtATWM tame. Ina f S'SLS
II I-- IIM ..
Summer dancing rates. Learn to danca
correctly for 13, where dancing. Is a pleas
ure. ITTTT PTT TTFarnam. D. 7850. Class
AHllj-X llNrJ3ch0oi for Dancing. 2424
t rianrlnr at 9 n. m. Monday, Thurs
day. Saturday ; private lessons any time.
WITT' PTMTT 2424 Farnam. Doug.
lYllllj-r UN Jl 7850. Summer danc-'
Ing rates. Leam to dance correctly or
93. where dancing is a pleasure. f
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY. Incorporated. Dougla 1107.
Arlington Blk.. Omaha, m.
PHIL W1NCKLER, discreet, strictly con
fidential investigator: all branches.
Harney 6708. Tyler 884, -
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evi
dence -.cured In all cases, jyier no.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau. Railway
Ex. Bldg, Douglas znss; wignt, mi. son.
FULL dress suites and tuxedo for rent.
109 N. 16th St. John Feldman. P. 3128.
VACUUM cleaners, delivered, called for,
60o day. Vacuum Cleaner Service Co.
Call Wen, 161)1 rrom in a. m. w i v
HOOVER and other sweepers for rent. De
ELECTRIC Vacuum Cleaner. $1 day, de
livered. Calfax 4116. ,
ELECTRIC vacuum cleaners for rent.
REDI-MADE OA'RAGES,' wood or steel.
Send for circular. Redl-Mad Housing
Co.. 2241 Howard. Red 3tai.
Gas Stoves Connected.
The gas man: house piping; stoves
V connected. Walnut 2008. ,
GXs stoves connected $2, Rebuilt. Harney
277 days or Harne y 1619 evenings.
HATS cleaned and blocked while you wait,
at 'Paxton Hat Works, lt07tt Farnam
St.;. work guaranteed. D. 6939.
HATS cleaned, reblocked, ladies1 straw
hats specialty. Mastoa Bros., 1520 Har'y.
to buy back at, small prorit. unuaa
JEWELRY Co.. 402 N. 16th St. Doug.
" W. C. FLATAtf.
jewniij ,..- - - - - -
Sixth Floor. Securities Bldg.
Kodak Developing and Finishing.
ENLARGING, copying and coloring.
Amateur finishing. Write for prices.
Omaha Photo Shop, 201 Barker Blk.,
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
... .. . , n.w TCx-livn ft 1 I. (1 7
write ior prices. xu- .n --
Lumber and Buildings.
TRY H. M. KEVAN. 644 SOUTH 30TH ST.
Mattress and Springs.
CITY MATTRESS CO. Mattresses mad
over. Box springs repaired. ' 2814 Cum
Ing. Harney 7162.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
PAPERHANGING," .painting. Eatlmates
free, that cost nothing and sav money.
PAINTING, paperhanglng, decorating;
.quick service; low-st , prices. Harney
PAPERHANGING. $7 per rm. and up, In
cluding paper ana worx. wainm
FIRST-CLASS paperhandlng. painting. H.
A. Clapp. Douglas 4909., ;
PAINTING, paperhanglng and paperclean-
Ing. Douglas 6 322.
PAINTING, paperhanglng and plastering.
Phone Walnut 4567.
PAINTING and paperhanglng. Phone
PAINTING and paperhanglng.
PAINTING and paperhanglng. Webster
WALL paper cleaning. Walnut 7f7.
QUALITY PHONOGRAPHS "
AND .RECORDS. LOWEST PRICES.
CASH OR TERMS.
THE MUSIC SHOP, INC.
1616 Harney St Douglas 6839.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Dougla printing -o. xei. uuugiaa mi.
I, .Razor Blades Sharpened
SAFETY razor blade aharpened, new ra
zor, razor blades sold. Omaha Razor
Sharpening Co.. 1522 V. Podg.103 N. 16.
Roofing. T -
Get Our Klgu.s,
Our Rofa Are Our Proof.
All Work Guaranteed.
NORTHWEST READY ROOFING CO.,
802 South 31st. Harney 2674.
DEEN Rug Factory Extra high grad
rugs made. Dougla 7892.
WEAVING, old rug remade. Tyler 1423.
Q A PTTCJ BARGAINS.
J. Derlght Safe Co.
We rent, repair, sell needle and part.
15th and Harney. Douglas 1973
OMAHA STATIONERY CO., 207-9 S. 17th.
M. KEISER. 306 South 18th. Doug. 118T.
PATENTS Send sketch or model for
preliminary examination; booklet free;
patents obtained. Sturges & Sturges
Registered United States Patent Law
yers, 328 Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
INTERNATIONAL PATENT CO.. Patent
attorneys; procure, buy and aell pat
ents. 1716 Dodge St., Omaha.
THEATRICAL, historical and masque cos
tumes for amateur theatricals and par
ties for rent at T. Lleben & Son, Omaha.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S.-llth. D. t28.
INTERIOR varnishing, enameling, floor
retlnlshed, waxed, wallpaper cleaned.
Wa;i Paper Cleaning.
EXPERT wall paper cleaner. Call Tyler
Main springs. $1.60; clearing, $1.60;
1wtg. $1 to $1.50; watch crystala, 25c.
All work guaranteed. Phone Tyler (60.
THE W. C. FLATAU -STORE.
Room 601 Securities Bldg.
OMAHA WELDING CO. "The Careful
Welders. 15th and Jackson. D. 4397,
17th and Martha Sts., Omaha, Neb,
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can b
purchased at Rlalto Drug Stor. 16th
and Tniitsa St. ni
, ". nep.
4 PER cent Interest compounded quarterly
o vln- American Stat Bank; 18th
Furniture and Household Goods.
SELECT TOUR SPRING HOUSE FUR
NISHINGS FROM THESE BARGAINS
Adam period bedroom suite at 1213;
an Adam Period dining aulte, at $163;
largo collection of fine furniture; room
size rugs at a great reduction; can
mahogany living room suite, at U85
STATE FURNITURE COMPANY. ' -Corner
14th and Dodge Streets.
J Opposite U. P. Headquarters, Omaha. Neb.
Extra high grade and staple furniture,
rugs, pianos, talking machines, 3 van
and storoue wagona and furnishings of
seven good homes.
Will be sold In my Auction House,
southwest corner 18th and Webster Sts.,
Wednesday, May 26th Starts at 1 p. m.
This is a-btg sal. . Watch the papers
, JAMES L. DOWD, AUCTIONEER.
If you have anything to sell call Doug.
, Doug iis or xyier sop
MAHOGANY library table, two chairs to
match; mahogany, victrola. Ice box, oak
dining room table. Eclipse gas rang?.
'Address 4227 Harney St. Phon Walnut
MUST sell at once upright Weber piano
, and an assortment of household furni
ture. 645 South 25th avenue.
WE sell new and near-new furniture,
stoves and rugs at lowest prices; cash
or payments. Amer. Furn. Co.. 606 N. 16.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
O A D AT t1 XII 43TTnr A T. unslslna a
padding. John Taff. 1824 Webster;
Tyler 4857, .
60 per cent off on all phonographs; 86c
records, 45c; records exchanged, loo.
Sha les Phonograjh Co.. 1404 Dodge.
DRUMS, traps, marimba, instructions,
.repairing. Phone Harney 2967. Geo. A.
A. HOSPE CO. aErr.nhd,DemJ,c
Pianos for rent, $4.00 per month.
Store and Office Fixtures.
WE buy, sell ana make deaks, safes, show
esses, shelving, etc. Omaha Fixture &
Supply Co., 11th and Douglas. Doug.
Typewriters and Supplies.
" I ADDING MACHINES
ALL MAKES, bought, aold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
Get our prices befor you buy. Every
.Central Typewriter Exc.
Doug.4120. . 1912 Farnam.
WE buy, sell and exchange all makes
of typewriters. Write for list. Miaiana
Office Supply Co.. 1404 Dodge.
RENT an Oliver typewriter three months
for $6.00. Oliver Agency. 1912 Farnam
St. Douglas 4120. Omaha. Neb.
ALL MAKES Typewriter Co., "all makes."
zua s. istn nt. xyier -sis.
FOR SALE 4 Great Western Heaters;
good condition; at a bargain ir taxen at
once. G. E. O'Nell, Circulation Dept.,
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattresses
made from your own leathers, summer
and winter sides. 1907 Cuming. D. 2467.
GERANIUMS, Petunias, Salvias, Pansles,
etc., at right prices; vegetame pianis oi
all kinds. Colfax 3999. A. V. Ferguson.
OPTICIANS' trial cas and watchmakers'
tools for sale. Wl Securities Bldg.
BARGAIN In used Hoover Sweeper and
1900 electrla washer. Call Joe Myers,
FOR SALE Popcorn machine. Tel. Har
ney S114 or South 2128. .
DRY KINDLING WOOD.
CO. HARNEY 1837.
$125 Parker shotgun, 12-gauge, $50. South
REED baby carriage for sale. Douglaa
WANTED TO BUY.
WE BUY baled wast paper, old maga
zines and newspapers, state quantity
you have on hand. Write or phone for
prices. Omaha Paper Stock Co., 15th
and Marcy. Dougla 169.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desk; nsed desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam, D. 6146.
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT.
MACKS BOND HOUSE,
1421 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 3544.
CAMEL pay best prices tor second-hand
furniture, clothes, shoe. If you hav
anything to sell please call Web. 3663.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
furniture. Ty. 2698. A Zavett. 705 N. 16.
THE BEE will publish free a situation
wanted ad under thl classification for
soldiers and Bailors and marines who
will show their discharge paper at our
office in the lobby of The Be building.
Seventeenth and Farnam.
JOB COMPOSITORS, 2 first class, or
Gordon and Kelly atonemen; can come
to Omaha In 3 days' notice; city ex
perlence. Y-1137, Bee. .
CEMENT Work, painting. Call Webater
3680 before 8 a. m. and after 6:30 p. m.
LAWN-MOWING; mower furnished. Wal
JANITOR want work, or day work. Web.
WOMAN with small child desires position
as governess or nursemaid. College
graduate with hospital training as nurse.
Address Mrs. F. Newman, Pierre, 8. D.
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't miss them.
Laundry and Day Work.
WOMEN who want day work call Afro
American Employment Agency, 2522 V
Lake St. Webster 6976.
EXPERIENCED colored laundress wishes
bundles of all kinds. Webster 1976.
LAUNDRY WORK for Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday. Wiebater 3086
EXPERIENCED woman, laundry and day
work. Webster 6099.
IltONftNG and 1
housecleanlng, SOo per hour.
CURTAIN'S- laundered, work guaranteed.
Webster 6579y ;
EXPERIENCED laundress and, day work.
LAUNDR.Y WORK, day work.
COLORED girl 'want Cleaning by day.
EXPERIENCED laundress. Call Doug. 8011.
CLEANING and laundry. Douglas 6400.
WANTED Bundle washing. Webster 1 379.
BUNDLE washing wantedT "Walnut"$26tl
DAY WORK WANTED. WEBSTER 479?.
CLEANING, experienced. Webster 3264.
LACE curtal ns, bundle washing. Web. 173T
DAY WORK, by the, hour. Web. 6028.
SMALL bundle washing. Webster 4877. i
DAY WORK of any kind. Wbster 4571.
DAY WORK, reliable. Webster 1951.
PAY work, laundry. Webster 6034.
BUNDLE washing. Webster 1397.
DAY WORK. Webster 1888,-
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
SHIPPING clerk. $30 per wk.; office
clerks, $90-$100-$110-$125; stenographer,
secretary, 4ut-ot-town, $126-1136; file
clerk, $95; office boy. $70.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY",
1138 First National Bank Bldg. .
BOOKKEEPER and credltmen, $176.
Retail shoe saleaman. salary and com
mission. xjajb lttaxi CO. V, 0, W. Bid
THE BEE: OMAHA,
See Jiggt and
Page of Colors in
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
TRAVELING- salesman, established firm.
$140; traveling auditor, experienced,
bookkeeper, $200; young men, assistant
In credit department, $125; atenog
rapher. $110; assistant bookkeeper, mill
ing company, $1D0; messenger boy, $65.
WESTERN REFERENCE as BOND ASS'N
Originators of the Reference Business.
736 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. .
Professions and Trades.
WANTED AT ONCE.
APPLY ROOM 825.
W. O. W. BLDG.
WANTED High grade designer for stor
fixture work. Selling ability necessary.
Also want an experienced detaller for
tore fixture work. Walrus Mfg. Co.,
WANTED Young man to learn optical
trade. Good chance, .for advancement.
Mid-West Optical Co.,. 303 Balrd Bldg.
BARBER WANTED. $30 per week guar
anteed. Good location. Educational
center. Box 113. College Springs, la.
BIG demand for barbers; call or write
for free catalogue. Mofer Barber Col
lege, 110 8. 14th St.
FIREMEN, brakemen, $176-$260 monthly;
experience unnecessary. Writ Railway,
Y-1099, Bee. '
Brush hands wanted. Call Wal. 879.
Salesmen and Canvassers.
APPLY SUPT. BALCONY,
Experienced stock salesman to sell the
Guaranteed Dividend Preferred stock of
an old established Omaha company
rated at $500,000. High credit which
has paid regular dividends for ten
years. Good leads furnished. Call
Room t, Wead Bldg.
ONE EXPERIENCED IN
LAYING CARPET AND LINOLEUM.
APPLY TO SUPT., BALCONY
STOCK - SALESMEN
$2,000,000 eorporatlon selling In Iowa
and Nebraska: 8 per cent participation
preferred stock; best proposition ' In
Omaha. Rm. 6. Wead Bldg., 18th and
WANTED High grade solicitors to can
vass In Omaha for The Bee. Apply at
Bee office; Inquire for Mr. Rook. Y-1046,
CAN us a few high powered atock sales
men. Choice territory open. Only ex
perienced men need apply. Large Issue
to be id. Business will show very
large proms. ox u-4i, omana Bee.
SALESMEN For household specialties;
men 'with car can make good money,
fall and see us and let tm explain. C.
F. Adams Co.. 623 8. 16th St.
SALESMEN City or traveling; experience
unnecessary; bigidemand for men, $2,000
up. Writ for opening and particulars.
Box K-7, Omaha Bee.
SALESMEN We want a few mora young
men to Join our club In scientific sales
manship; complete training; $30 posi
tions furnished free. Box K-6, Bee.
Hotels and Restaurants.
KITCHEN and pantry help. Apply Black
TO RUN ERRANDS. ,
OVER It YEARS OLD.
EXPERIENCED soda dispenser for eve
nings. 2561 Leavenworth.
MEN WANTED TP
WORK IN CLAY
PLANT, $5.50 PER
DAY AND U P.
- CHEAP HOUSE RENT
E X O E L L E N T
ONLY MEN WHO
ARE LOOKING FOR
MENT THE YEAR
LEHIGH SEWER PIPE
& TILE CO.
204 First National Bank
Fort Dodge low.a;
TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1920.
Maggie in Full
The Sunday Bee.
HELP WANTED MALE.
UNIQN STOCK YARDS CO,
YOUNG MAN CAPABLE
OF TAKING CHARGE OF PAPER
GOOD SALARY TO THE
MR. SINGER, BALCONY.
TO WORK IN OUR BAKERY SHOP.
f LOOSE-WILES BISCUIT CO.,
12TH AND DAVENPORT.
S HOURS PER DAY. APPLY
AMERICAN RAILWAY EXP. STABLE,
16TH AND DAVENPORT.
TO WORK INOUR BAKERY SHOP.
LOOSE-WILES BISCUIT CO.,
" 12TH AND DAVENPORT,
SWITCHMEN, experienced In yard or
train service. Steady employment in
yard service In our Chicago terminals
to fill vacancies left by former em
ployes who have quit their positions
and are working elsewhere. Apply to
R. J. Dlppel, Agent C. G. W., office
near 16th and Leavenworth streets,
Omaha. Transportation for Chicago fur
nished to applicants qualifying.
LABORERS for steam shovel grading and
Quarry work, $4.60 to $10.00 . per day.
National Stone Co., Cedar Creek, Neb.,
or 1042 Omaha National Bank Bldg.,
LABORERS and helpers, black or white,
ateady work; excellent chance for pro
motion. Call for storekeeper at Cass
St. Gate. U. P. shops.
TRAIN and yard men, railroad experi
ence, for service Chicago and Kansas
City. Apply W. P. Theihoff, Burlington
Route, 1004 Farnam. i
WANTED Experienced iodtt fountain dis
penser. Apply between I'ana li a. m.
at 8oda Inn, iu8 Farnam.
YOUNG man to learn bookkeeping and
stationery business. The Oraahar New
Co.. ItSh and Davenport,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
BOOKKEEPER and stenographer, light
work, $110; bookkeeper, some experi
ence, $110; stenographer, small office,
$100; stenographer and clerk, $86;
P. B. X. operator and typist, $70;
comDtometer onerator. $75: typtat. $80.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N
Originators of the Reference Business.
736 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
STENOGRAPHERS. $126-$U0-$100-$ 0-$86-$75;
bookkeeper, $125; file clerk,
$95; typist and clerk, $80-$86; typist
and clerk, $100; P. B. X. operator and
clerk, $70; office clerks, $80-$75-$70-$86-160.
WATTS REFERENCE COMfANX,
1138 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
STENOGRAPHERS, $136,. $126. $110 and
Beginner atenographer, $1$ to $10
Bookkeeper. $21 to $30 week.
P. B. X. operator, $15 to $1$ week.
BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE ASS'N.
917-18 W. O. W. Bldg.
STENOS., TYPISTS, COMPT.
OPRS. SEE US FOR rKtlS
JOBS. 1907 HARNEY STREET;
EMPLOYERS' fKEt. LAsUK
Apply at once.
ITEN BISCUIT CO.
Bookkeepers. J 25-1100-890.
File clerk. $95-$100.
THE MARTI CO., 1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
COMPTOMETER OPERATOR WANTED.
MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE.
CARPENTER PAPER CO..
9TH AND HARNEY. TYLER 266.
P. B. X. AND TYPIST, $75; clerk. $7t-
$85; stenographer, 8125.
COMMERCIAL REFERENCE CO.
1616 City National Bank.
YOUNG girl wanted to assist In office
and run errands. Good chance for ad
vancement. Midwest Optical Co., 303
CHAS. L. FISH. Piano Tuner, violin, pi
ano teacner. uoirax 4u(
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
We Need Help
On account of our enormous Increase
In business during the 20 per cent reduc
tion on our entire stock of merchandise,
It Is necessary to procur mor help In
.order to glv customer our usual effi
AND OTHERS f
who car to loin our organisation, may
apply to h superintendent, balcony.
SALESWOMAN wanted. To carry first
class lln of popular priced brassieres
In neighboring cities. One acquainted
with department store and specialty
shop preferred. Stat age and experi
ence. Addresa formtU Brassier Co.,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS.
SUPT'S OFFICE, BALCONY,
WANTED Women to canvas subscrip
tions for The Omaha Be In the city
.and Council Bluffs. Apply at The Be
office, between I and 1:30 a. m. or
$ and 6:30 p. m. Inqulr for Mr. O'Nell,
LADY canvasser for electrlo iron and
lamps; good proposition. C F. Adam
Co.. -623 S. 16th St,
Professions and Trades.
Do you want a permanent position T
No profession today offer better op.
portunltle for good salarlc and steady
mployment than local or long dlstanc
Th work la fascinating, pleasant,
healthful aurroundlnga, annual vaca
tion with full pay. Sick and accident
benefit without cost to employ.
No xperlence necessary. Substantial
weakly pay whll In training. Rapid
Parent Invited to Investigate working
New Telephone Building,
Nineteenth and Dougla Streets.
SEVERAL GOOD POSITIONS FOR
CAPABLE YOUNG WOA1EN TO HAN
DLE LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE
MESSAGES. NO BUSINESS TRAINING
IS NECESSARY AS WE GIVE YOU A
THOROUGH COURSE OF INSTRUC
x 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 SHOWS
INTEREST AND ABILITY. THE
WORK IS PLEASANT AND THE
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 AP
PLICATION. $1$ NEW TELEPHONE CO.
1 CORSET DEPARTMENT.
. PERMANENT POSITION.
APPLY SUPT. BALCONY,
APPLY TO SUPT. N
TO WORK IN OUR ICING AND
PACKING . DEPARTMENT; GOOB
WAGES; PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS,
J.OOSE-WILES BISCUIT CO..
" HTHjAND DAVENPORT,
YOUNG girl wants lodging and one meal
a day In exchange for light housework
In th vening. Bos 100, FUttsmoutta,
Drawn for the Bee by McManus.
Copyright. 1920 International News Servlc
HELP WANTED FgMALR
Professions and Trades.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Experienced woman for cook
and assistant in home work. Small
family, no laundry, wages $60. . Wal-
WANTED An experienced housemaid;
references required. Mrs. L. L. Kountze.
423 South 39th Street. Tel. Harney 187.
WANTED Maid for general housework ;
no objections to colored. Apply In per
son. Dr. Anderson. Council Bluffs.
WANTED High school or college girl to
assist with housework for board and
room, and wages. Har. 600. 17o( So.
WANTED Good girl for general house
work; one who will go to summer re
sort; good wages. 1616 Evans. Web. 2536.
EXPERIENCED white girl for general
housework; 3 In family: no laundry;
good wages. Walnut 1827.
FOR LAUNDRESSES. DAY WOMEnT
ETC., LOOK IN THE SITUATION COL
UMN OF THE BEE. .
WANTED Competent girl tor housework,
permanent position, excellent family.
Box K66, Omaha Bee.
WANTED An experienced cook (white);
references; wages $60 per mo. Harney
WANTED Competent housemaid. Apply
jwra. waru duibcsm, i-s t.u
GOOD atrong woman for cleaning, 20 So
20th. - .
YOUNG girl for housework. Web. 1467.
COMPETENT cook, good wages. Har. 352.
EXPERIENCED second cook. Har. 352.
. COUNTER AND FLOOR GIRLS
WANTED AT ONCE.
STEADY WORK GOOD WAGES.
CITY NAT'L BK. BLDG., BASEMENT.
GIRLS to work on aoda tables. Good pay,
steady work. Green Eoo.n Cafe. Brandels
LINEN GIRL WANTED.
APPLY SANFORD HOTEL.
FIRST CLASS cook. Wise
hospital, 26th and Harney.
TWO waitresses wanted at once. Busy
Bee Cafe. 218 South 14th.
PANTRY and kitchen help, wanted at
BIG SISTERS ASSOCIATION, for tha
benefit of business girls. 623 Be Bldg.
SETTLED young woman to run elevator.
El Beudor Apartment hotel, 18th Dodge.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barbertrade; big demand; wages whll
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Tri-CltKBarber College.
WANTED Two good lady barber or
first-class male barbers. Address John
Bohn, Columbus. Montana.
DAY SCHOOL. NIGHT 8CI-OOL.
Complete courses In accountancy, ma-
chine bookkeeping, comptometery, short
hand and typewriting,- railroad and
wiring telegraphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches.
l Write, call or phone Douglas 1565 for
large Illustrated catalogue. Addrea
Boyles Building, Omaha, Neb.
LEARN tire repairing and retreading;
also tube repairing and all rubber vul
canizing IN THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
'TIRE REPAIRING SCHOOL IN OMA
HA. Three weeks learning. $15. Write
i NATIONAL TIRE SHOP.
17th tnd Capitol Ave.
Van Sant School of Business,
Day and Evening Schools. !
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE Lumber yard., hardware and
general merchandise store; in nev live
promising town, in the rain belt section
of Colorado. Business runs about $10,-
000 a month. No competition in lum
ber or hardware; twenty-five miles from
Denver In Irrigated and dairy aectlon.
International line of Implements, Bulck
automobile agency for Dougla- county:
live town and In live community. Good
clean stock which will Invoice about
$35,000. Write for Information. Arthur
Maroney, 760 Clarkson St., Denver,
A XfONF.Y MAKER.
We are offering for Bale a confec
tionery. Ice cream and bakery store, the
best In Casper, Wyo., and It has a fine
location; lease runs two and one-half
more years at $150 per month. Daily
receipts $400. This Is a wonderful
money msker for some one to step Into,
and It Is priced right at $30,000; terms
given. The Dobbin Keaity ompany.
212 O. S. Building, Casper, wyo.
In a central Nebraska city a billlar.1
pool, cigar, bowling and soda fountain
Dusiness, now paying o,vuu per rem,
3 billiard, 7 pool tables, 2 bowling al
leys, all in first-class shape; must sell
on account of other business interest
MANUFACTURERS' representative want
ed. open office; manage salesmen; won'
derful opportunity; meritorious proposi
tlon; sells to all wholesalers and re
tallers: should net $10,000 annually
' $600 to $2,000 capital required. Scott
Corporation, 72 W. Washington, Chi
FOR SALE Only vulcanizing shop in
good live town of 1,300; good business
and good reasons for selling; this shop
will not be for sale sfter June 1. For
further particulars write Lock Box 395,
FOR SALE or trade. Hotel, 7 rooms,
13 rooms In all, only hotel In town of
450, owner and wife too old to continue
the work, price turnlsned, I3,zuu, Ad
dress Hotel, Wlldon, la.
IF YOU want to Invest $125.00 In a spe
ulatlon where total loss is impossible
and may make you iioo.ou tor every
dollar Invested, write Box 92, Muskogee,
UP-TO-DATE clothing store In western
Neb.; modern fixtures; will Invoice about
$30,000; only store of kind In city; must
sell at once. Y-1132. Bee.
FOR SAljE OR LEASE Newspaper In
good town of 600 population. Possession
klven July 1. Lock Box 88, Western,
FOR SALE Only drug stock and doc
tor's practice. Eastern Nebraska town.
$1,000. half cash. Y-1133, Bee. .
FOR SALE First-class csfe In good oil
town of 3.600. Writ for particular. Box
673. Glenrock Wyo.
OUR business Is to'liuy snd "sell youf
business. Quirk Servlc Selling Expert.
514 Brown Bldg. .
TO get In or out of business. See Z.EWIS
A CO. 411 UcCague Bldg.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
LARGE FURNISHED ROOM
WITH- PRIVATE FAMILY,
NEAR 34TH AND HARNEY,
FOR ONE OR TWO ' GEN
TLEMEN. HARNEY 7221.
TYLER 1000, AND ASK ABOUT OUR
BIG ROOM LIST PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR
READERS AND ADVERTISERS.
2025 MAPLE Nicely furnished rooms In
private family: gentleman preferred.
ROOMS FOR RENT.,
Furnished Rooms. '
UJ4 NORTH 19TH Two nicely furnlsheel
rwmi for light housekeeping: all mod
ern convenience. Near car line; walk
NEWLY furnished, outside rooms, near
Farnam and 26th. Also suit of room
for fouff Gentlemen only. Dougla
BEAUTIFULLY furnished room In private,
modem home, gentleman preferred.
COOLi COM FY front, room, In Hanscom
park neighborhood, near Field club.
Gentlemen only. Harney $145.
9,19 SOUTH 26TH, nlcly furnished room,
' private home, walking distance. Tyler
NICELY furnished room, private family,
walking distance. Call Douglas tui.
NICELY furnished room, suitable for on
or twoVer.'lemen. Call South 8878.
LARGE Jat front room, stsll In gsrag,
breakfaTt If desired. Hsrney 1844.
MOTHER and daughter to share horn.
Kererence exenangeu. narney ijni.
STCELY furnhedWm, modern, prlvat
home; near oar line. Harney 1913.
ONE nicely tiirulshed sleeping room with
or without bord. Douglss 4320.
1539 PARK AVE., furnished room for on
or two. Harney 6193.
1816 WIRT Roomafor rent, phone Wb-
ster U 4. V- .
NICE sleeping rooms, 626 So. 26th Av.
H o usekeepin g Rooms.
664 SO. 2iThTsT. Three Isrge. cool, nice
ly furnlsh'-d. parlor floor rooma; piano.
2118 GRAM) AVE Suite of rooms for
light thouateeplng. Co I tux 1224.
FURNISHED Tight housekeeping rooms.
H block to car. Walnut M52
710 NO. 16TH Light housekeeping rooms.
Tyler 6837. '
Board and Room.
2569 Dodge: good room and board, also
garage. Harney 7039. ,
TWO young ladle to board and room.
Room and Board Wanted.
WANTED Board and room In modern
private home. Answer by letter stat
ing particulars. Box Q-5, Omaha Bee.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
$160 A MONTH, attractively furnished
nine-room hsus facing west side of
Hanscom park; large cool rooms;
garage and laundry, store rooms. From
June 15 to October 1. Telephone Har
I URNISHED aeven-room atrlctly modern
house, good 'neighborhood, to adults;
reference. 4319 South 22d St Call at
ter 6 p. m.
LIST your property for rent or sal with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
, Realtors. Tyjer7a.
THREE room house, three lots, 36th and
Drexel, Inquire 3511 D-exel.
F OR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
HOME WITH CONVENIENCE OF
Suites of two and three rooms In
beautifully appointed building. Linen
bedding, china, cooking utensils, heat,
gas, light, water, phon and other
necessities furnished. W assume your
servant problem. Every courtesy ex
tended In showing apartments.
Dodge, st Eighteenth. Tyler 4200.
l-room apartment, large rooms and
beautiful grounds. $75 a month, a 3
year lease Is required.
W. FARNAM SMITH &
1320 Farnam St.
FOR RENT fiom June 15 to Sept. 16,
well furnished four-room, moaern apart
ment, in Dundee, with south and east
exposure; no children. Call between 4
p. m. and 8 P. m, at 4824 Chicago 8t.
FOR RENT" Five-room apartment. West
Farnam, with garage: not completely
furnished, sTrom June 1st to November;
rent $85. Address Q-37. Omaha Bee. '
NEW apartment In Dundee, furnished,
three rooms, bath, kitchenette, $80 per
month. No children. Walnut 4645.
DALLAS APTS., 2564 Marcy On room
.and kitchen. Dougla 9183.
FOUR room brick flat. Call Webster 1640.
3-ROOM apartment with sun parlor, pri
vate bath. Referenc required. Har
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Apartments & Houses.
WANTED To rent two or three rooms,
unfurnished, modern. Col. 613.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING
HOUSEHOL DOOODS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and Jackson Sts. Dougla 288.
MOVING7 PACKING. STORAGE.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
806 South 16th. Doug. 4163.
GLOBE VAN, TRANSFER AND
For real service In hauling or stor
age, call Tyler 230 or Dougla 4338.
Auto or wagon service.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
LET us estimate your moving, packina
and storage. 1605 Davenport. Doug. 2908.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bo'wen Co. Tyler 3400.
CAPPS-LONG TRANSFER CO.
Heavy hauling, furniture, piano mov
Ing and live atock hauling. Prompt ef
ftclent service. Douglss 6251.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
HIGH GRADE SHOW HARNESS
$126 value at $85 per aet. Including
army and war harness; 30 per cent dis
count on all harness goods and col
lars. Wrfte for free price list Desk 8.
MIDWEST HARNESS CO.,
706 North 16th St.
FOR SALE Twenty head of fine farm
horses, mare and mules. Seme of meres
In foal. All stock guaranteed sound
and in good condition. Apply at M. C.
Peters Mill Co., 29th snd B street or
after 6 p. m.. phone south 475.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
WHITE CHINA GEESE
Egga for hatching, $1.00 each or ( for
$4.00; stock, $15 a pair; single bird, $10,
G. W. MoCullough. Braddyvllle, la. Rt. 1.
18 CANARY BIRDS, mostly singers: wsnl
to sell all to one party. Phone Walnut
THOROUGHBRED R. I.
egga for sale; 11 for 13.
WHEAT screenings, $2.50 per 100. Wag
oner. 801 No. 16. Dougla 1142.
BUFF ORPINGTON eggs. $1.60 to $3.00;
thoroughbred prize stock. Douglss 4641.
1C0-EGG tocubator. 2867 Bristol.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
BARGAIN PRICES THIS WEEK ON
1 Fierce-Arrow, T-passnger.
1 Westcott Chummy Roadster.
1 Steven 5-passenger. , '
1 Auburn "6."
1 Allen touring.
1 Jeffery 6-cyllnder touring. ,
And a number of other car n
(rucks of all size.
STANDARD MOTOR CO.
4121 NORTH 24TH. COLFAX 981.
LATE '19 FORD SEDAN $854
1916 FORD. OVERHAULED. NEW
117 FORD ROADSTER. OVER
1919 OVERLAND TOURING, OVER
1917 C'HEVOLET TOURING. OVER
THESE CARS ARE BARGAINS AND
WILL GO QUICK.
We have several rebuilt and reflnlehei
Hudsnns In closed and touring model;
exceptional values; terms If desired.
GUY L. SMITH. -Southeast
Cornr ot tt and Tarus
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