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FoLWY Mrs. Elisabeth, aged 69 years,
widow of Timothy Foley, resl-
dent of Omaha 4 years: born In County
Cork, Ireland. Survived by (our sons.
Timothy J.. Daniel Michael and
Thomas, and two daughters, Mrs. Mar
garet Hyland and Mrs. Donnle Kane.
Funeral Saturday, 8:30 a. m.. from
faintly residence, 2(116 South 11th St.. to
St Patrick church 9 a. m. Interment
SFkiNNEY Wm, B., aged 69 years, at
family residence. 345ff S. 15th fat, Au
gust 6. 1920. Resident of Omaha 38 years.
Th deceased la survived by a slater,
Mra. Frank J. Kelly, and brother, Frank
P. McKlnney. , .
Remains will b shipped from Heafev
St Heafey chapel Friday, 5 p. m.. vli
th Rock Island, to Davenport, la., (or
services and burial.
ANDERSEN John F., aged 6 yea,
three months, 17 days; August B. 1920.
Funeral 8unday afternoon, 2:30, (rom
family residence at 603 North Thirtieth
street. Internment Forest Lawn ceme
tery. Friends welcome. '
CARD OF THANKS.
WE WI8H to express our thanks to the
many kind (rlends (or their acts of
kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral
tributes given ua In our late bereave
ment, the lllnesa and death of our be-
j loved wife, mother and sister. Al
Moyer and Family, Brothers and Sisters.
HULSE & RIEjPEN, t
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS
701 South 16th St. Douglas 1226.
STACK & FALCONER,
Thirty-third and Farnam. Harney 64.
.TAGGART & SON,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
Telephone Douglas714. 2216 Cuming St.
"HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Phon H. 265. Office 2611 Farnam.
LEE L. LARMON
mi 4 Douglas St. Douglas 8244.
JOHN BATH. 18th and Farnam.' D,
BIRTHS AND DEATHS
""Births Harold and Clara Snyder, 3015
North Thirtieth street, girl; Severln and
Minnie Beck. 3415 Taylor street, girl; Fred
and Rlllus Mllllkln. hospital, boy,; Warren
"d Mary 'Barney, South Twenty,
third street, girl; Tatrick and Bessie Phe
lan, 3226 Myrtle avenue, girl; H. ". and
Pearl Bilby. 1041 North Thirty-third
street, boy; Benjamin ami Dora Reynolds,
hospital, boy; Leslie and Frances Way,
hospital, girl: Olef and Sophie Ostlund.
1545 South Twenty-eighth street, girl;
Oeerg and Sophia Kanger, 3605 Spring
street, girl; Ernest and Anna Nelson, 422
North Twenty-first street, boy; Julius and
Gertrude. Laraen, hospital, girl; Joseph
and Esther White, hospital, girl; Wllhelm
and Hedvlcka Kopacx, 1427 South Four
teenth street, girl; Santo and Providenca
Ponacusso, 1602 South Fifth street, boy;
Alfto and Graxla Messina, 2733 South
Twelfth street, girl; Angelo and Qutsepepa
Loaolo. 422 William street, boy.
Deaths Walter Robertson, 2 years, hos
pital; Gulseppe Rantlaxzo, 21 years, hos-
Lltal; Vera May Dearth, Infant, 2219
The following couples have been lssu-sd
licenses to wed:
Harry T. Miller, 29, Omaha, and Billy
Williams, 20, Omaha.
John 8. Kimball, 30, Harlan, la., and
Ruth L. Wooster, 22. Kiri'.man. Ia.
Charles F. Rick, over 21, Omaha, and
Elisabeth W. Peterson, over 18, Omaha.
JoTin T. Redvelskl, 20, Omaha, and
lltud Babb. 17, Omaha.
William N. Gewmner, 23, Omaha, and
Elizabeth Reeh, 21, Omaha.
' Frank H. Uggla, 33, Omaha, and Bell
"Moore, 28, Omaha. I
Benedetto Qulnxl. 23, Omaha, and An
toinette Dt Sarro, Omah.i.
Walter Bradford, 33, Omaha, and Fran
ces Taylor, 27, Omaha.
William Floyd Martin, 24, Lincoln, and
Ruth Olive Ph'.lltps, 20, Lincoln.
Thomas Cralge, 56, Seward, and Pearl
Wait, 39, Seward. "
Pleasant H. Wales, 46, Omaha, and
I.ula Burton, S, Omaha.
Charles Washa, 1822 South Sixth', train
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
LOST at Krug Park, Aug. 5, small
crocheted ecru bag containing liberty
bond and pom money. Bonds no
good to anyone but owner. Finder
pleas return to 1327 So. 10th. Liberal
reward. Douglas 2846.
Lost strayed or stolen, dark yello-v
dog. slue of Fox terrier, answers to
nam Buddy. White atrlpe between
eyes, white chest and feet, tag No.
764. 3901 Dewey Ave. Harney S215.
l?OR ARTICLES LOST on street cars tele
phone Tyler 800. We are anxious to re
store lost articles to rightful owners.
OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RT.
X.OSI Lady's wrist watch, with gold
bracelet, Swiss movement, Wednesday
venlng between 60th and 48th, on Un
derwood Ave., then south to Cass. Re
ward. Walnut 2655.
iOST Sum money. Inst Thursday between
West Side Pharmacy, 4Sth Leavenworth,
and Pharmacy 35th Leavenworth. Notify
Omaha Steel Works. 48th Leavenworth.
LOST Boston bull terrier; female, dark
brlndle, white forehead, screw tall, col
lar marked H. D. 3433 'So. 15th. Re-
-., rv..i-- rani
TAKEN from Park West car, brown sult
rase conalnlng old clothes. Please call
Colfax 21C1 after 6 o'clock. Reward.
LOST Collie dog, coat clipped Hon fash
Ion. Reward for return or Information.
sUTlTCASE containing lady's clothes, July
SB. Web. 1120. Reward. ,
LOST Amethyst pin. Reward. Wal. 1796.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicit your old clothing, furniture,
magaslnes. W collect. We distribute.
Phon Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
tail Call and Inspect our new tome,
in-1112im Dodge St
EavINO adjusted the differences between
my wife and myself, I hereby retract
the statement that I will no longer be
responsible for her debts. George A.
flEAL Swedish massage; baths by skilled
operators, at sanitarium or your home;
alao room with nursing care tor patients
by week. Douglas 6877.
ELECTRIC baths. Swedish or elec. mes
sage, In home, or will go out. Web. 211.
KURSK takes patients, prlv. homes. Wal.
Massage, electric treatment. 318 Neville Bk.
' MASSAGE). 110 North 17th St.
CLARK'S colored jais orchestra. Wal.
INTERNATIONAL PATENT CO., patent
attorneys; procure, buy and sell pat
. ent. 1711 Dodge 8t Omaha.
Carpet . Weaving, Rugs.
WEAVING, old rugs remade. Tyler 1438.
Carri t. Burford, 620 Paxton Bid. D. 1208.
Contractors and Carpenters.
CARPENTERING, repairing, remodeling
done. L. J. Erlckson. Call Walnjit 1637.
EXPERIENCED carpenter wants work.
D. 6606; ' ;
DRESSMAKING, shirt making. Har.4677.
DRESSMAKING, all kinds. Web. 5622.
' SrTBradhlffrTNb palo, ill W. O. W. Bit
A. CHANCE IN THE.
OF ME SITTim on
HA1 ALU ME CLOTHED LOCKED j
UP- the CAN5 WILL URE
17"l?T PTM1? School for Danelnt.
J.HiLf-rliN Hi 2424 Farnam. D. 7160.
Class at 8; dancing at 9 p. m. Monday,
Thur. Sat. Private lessons any time.
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY. Incorporated. Douglas 1107.
Arlington Blk.. Omaha, Neb.
JAMESALLAN. 312 Neville Blk. Evl.
dence securea in sn cases. jricr
R'ELIAB'lE Detective Bureau, Railway
Ex. Bldg. Doug. 2066. Night. Col. 466.
FULL dress suits and tuxedos for rent.
109 N. 16lh St. John Feldman. D. 3128.
RENT Hoover sweeper.
RENT e lectrlc vacuum cleaner. D. 6718.
Gas Stoves Connected.
CONNECTIONS. 82; hojusopiplng;H. 1619.
HATS cleaned and blockd while you wait,
at Paxton Hat Works. 1607 Farnam
St. Work guaranteed. D. 6939.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S. 11th. rX62S.
Hemstitchins: and Pleating.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst box
pleating, coverea ouuons, an ua
styles; homestltchlng, picot, edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co 108
urown ma. uoug ius i ao
Top Notch Shop Hemstitching, braiding,
I 1 1 - 1 1 1-1 J ..I . I .. Ta..m CA11
ueaunis. ail kiiiub picaima. uui vua.
Room 33. Douglas Blk.. 16th and Podge.
WE WRITE fire, tornado, automobile, in
demnity, burglary and all other forms
of Insurance. Edward F. Williams Co.,
803-804 Omaha Nat. Bank. Doug. 420.
WANT steady Job hauling with team of
horses, .phone Tyler 163.
Kodak Developing and Finishing.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co., 1607
Painting and Paperhanging.
FOR painting and paperhanging at rea
sonable prices call Walnut 2973.
PAINTING and paperhanging. WaL 5451.
to buy back at email profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO.. 402 N. 16th St D6ug
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 644.
Razor Blades Sharpened.
SAFETY rasor blades sharpened, new ra
zors, rasor blades sold. Omaha Rasor
Sharpening Co., 1522(4 Dodge. 103 N. 16.
Q A TTTTQ BARGAINS. 12th A Farnam.
OAF jO j. j. Derlght Safe Co.
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts.
16th and Harney. Douglas 1978.
OMAHA WELDINO CO. "Th Careful
Welders." 16th and Jackson. D. 4397.
PAX TON-MITCHELL Co.
27th and Martha Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronse, aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rtalto Drug Store, 16th
and Douglas Sts.. Omaha, Neb.
PARTIES Interested In collection of
stamps address Box Y-1213, Omaha
Furniture and Household Goods.
Seven Complete Homes of Extra Good and
In My Auction House, Southeast
Corner 18th and Webster
SATURDAY. AUG. 7TH.
Starts at 1 P. M.
This Is a big sale and consists of
pianos; talking machines; parlor suites;
living room furniture, duofold and
davenport; Wilton, Hartford and Ax
minster rugs of all slies; several good
dining room sets, complete; bookcases;
writing desks; sewing machines; bed
room suites; brass and Simmon beds;
springs and mattresses; dresser and
chiffoniers; kitchen cabinets; gas
ranges; Ice boxes, in fact, the complete
furnishings of seven good homes.
JAMES I DOWD & CO., AUCTIONEERS,
If you have anything to sell call Doug.
3286 or Tyler 996. '
Big sale of extra good furniture and
furnishings In my auction house, south
east corner 18th and Webster.
SATURDAY, AUG. 7. STARTS ,AT 1 P. M.
This is a big sale, consisting of seven
JAMES L. DOWD CO., Auctioneers,
If you have anything to aell call
Douglas 3285 or Tyler 966.
COMPLETE living rooms and dining
room suites, practically new. Tyler 6203.
FURNITURE for sale at" 2222 Farnam St,
MAHOGANY bedroom set.' Harney "7114.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
WONDERFUL bargains In phonographs,
save 850 to $100; 85c records, 45c; rec
ords exchanged, 15c. Shales Phono
graph Co., 1404 Dodge St.
A. HOSPE CO. art and music
Piano for rent, 14.00 per month.
DRUMS, traps, marimbas. Instructions,
repairing. Phone Harney 2967. Oeo. A.
Smith. 2761 Davenport St
PIANOS for sale; bargain. Doug.9227.
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sol agents for the CORONA.
Get our price before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc
uougias 4120. Farnam.
WE buy, sell and exchange all make
ot typewriter, write for list. Kiaiana
Office Supply Co., 1404 Dodge.
ALL MAKES Typewriter Co.. "all makes."
ZQ5 8. 18th Bt. Tyler 2414. .
ROYAL typewriters, all models, for rent.
Koyal Typewriter Co.. 816 8. lstn Kt.
F. ft E. checkwrtters. bargains. 320 Neville'
GLASS FOR SALS
SIZES 6X7. 6X8. 1X10, BEST
GRADE; CAN BE USED FOR HOT
HOUSES. WIRELESS. 8ETS. ETC.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattress
es made from your own feathers, cum
mer and winter side. Pillows renovat
ed and made np In new feathrprof
ticking. 1807 . Cuming. D. 2467.
WE buy. aell safes, make desk, show
, rases, etc Omaha Fixture A Supply Co..
& W. Cor. 11th and Douglas. D. 1724.
, f r j r
Mft WITH r -50IN4
HONTlNCi TOMORROW A.NO
WANTS "YOU TO HAN UP
- r. m.ic
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN
TWO 16-30 snd six 12-20 new Ad-vanc-Rumely
Oil Pull Tractors. If
Interested write or wire box S28, Dan
KINDLING and lumber. Web. 419.
WANTED T6 BUY.
WE BUY baled waste paper, old ma (ra
tines and newspapers. State quantity
you have on hand. Write or phone for
prices. Omaha Paper Stock Co., 16th
and Marcy. Douglas lit.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desk bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. D. 6146.
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT.
MACKS BOND HOUSE.
1421 Ffst Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 3644.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
furniture. Ty. 2698. A. Zavett. 706 N. It.
REFINED white chauffeur wlshe posi
tion In private family. Best of refer
ences. Address Box X-67, Omaha Bee.
CEMENT finisher. Doug." 3217 or Web
Watch the Domestic column of Th
Bee. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't mis them.
WANTS housework, 'girl 22 years, Just
come from Denmark. Write to S. Jen
sen, Valley. Neb.
Laundry and Day Work.
WOMAN wants day work. Call Afro
American Employment Agency, 2522 Si
Lake. Web. 6976.
LAUNDRY, day work, cleaning, tx
perlenced. Webster 6862.
LAUNDRY, day work, cleaning, exp.
LAUNDRY, Tuesdays and Wednesday.
BUNDLE WASHING wanted.
LAUNDRY for Man., Tue., Wed. Web
CLEANING, day work, experienced. Web
DAY work, laundry, colored laundress,
DAY WORK wanted; experienced. Web
ater 3965. ,
WANTED Day work, experienced, Doug
BUNDLE washing, prices reasonable. Web.
BUNDLE washing, daywork.
LAUNDRY, day work, cleaning.
BUNDLE washing. Colored lady. Wen.
DAY work, laundry, exp., colored, Web.
SILK bundle and family washing. Web.
BUNDLE washing; day work. Webster
DAY work wanted; colored lady. Web.
BUNDLE washing, experienced. Webster
DAYWORK, all kinds; references. South
DAYWORK, exporlencesd, laundress, Web.
DAY work wanted; experienced. Web.
DAY work; laundry; experienced. Web
LAUNDRY, day work; references. South
LAUNDRY work, white woman. Coif. 2511.
DAY work, cleaning, laundry. Web. 3151.
DAY work, colored woman. Web. 6472.
DAY work wanted. Webster 6644.
BUNDLE washing. Webster 1379.
DAY work wanted, experienced. Web. 6450.
LAUNDRY Day work; exp. Web. 4796.
DAY work, exp. Web. 6702. Mrs. Scruggs.
BUNDLE WASHING wanted. Web. 2401.
Daywork. laundry, experlenced.Tyler 2571.
BUNDLE washlngT Webster 3303".
DAY work, laundry, colored. Web. 6127.
IRONING, cleaning, by day. Web. 2222.
DAY WORK In prlirate home. Web. 6216.
BUNDLE washing wanted. Web. 5808.
BUNDLE washing, reasonable. Webl 27.
LAUNDRY work wanted. Webster 4495."
BUNDLE wsshing; soft water. Web. 6949.
DAYWORK, housecleanlng. Webster 6216,
BOUOHDRY bundlewashlng. Web 646Q.
BUNDLE wsshing wanted. Dg. 3199.
DAYWORK by the hour. Web. 6028.
DAY WORK wanted. Tyler 3671.
DAYWORK wanted. Web. 1430.
WANT LAUNDRY work. Web. 1256.
DAY work wanted. Web. 1224"
DAY WORK, laundry, exp. Web. 3780.
BUNDLE washing. Webster 3303.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED By a rubbei plant making
heels and all kinds of molded goods, a
man who has experience and Is able to
take complete charge of the production
and the business In general. This Is a
wonderful chance for some msn to show
his worth and be assured of the future.
Give references and state experience and
salary In your first letter. The Premier
Tire and Rubber Co., Kansas City, Mo.
PUBLIC accountant, traveling, 8200; city
salesman, 1176; bkkpr., auto tires, sio;
bkkpr., wholesale, 3150; typist and
clerk, $125; office clerk, 1 90 ; steno., be
ginner, $90; stock clerk, 835; clerk, be
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N
736 First National Bank Bldg,
WE CAN usd a number of first-class,
capable people In desirable high sal
aried positions. Don't 'ail to see us
RIGHT REFERENCE CO.,
636 First National Bank.
BOOKKEEPER, good future. $125- 150.
Office clerk and typist, $100-$110.
THE MARTI COMPANY,
1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
LEDGER clerk, good future, $160; stenog.,
$125-$150; clerk, familiar with mdse.,
$125-35; office clerk, $100.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY.
1139 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
ASSISTANT cashier of southern city bank
with practical experience desires offi
cial conneotlon with bank In city of
not less than 5,000 population. Address
Box Y-1214, Bee.
YOUNG MAM Clerical position, good op
portunlty. Standard OH Co., 1912 Far
nam 8 '
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED Experienced piano and Vic
trola salesman In the richest agricul
tural part of the country, and one of
the best home cities In the United
States. Good salary, commission and
exDenses. References required. Ross
P. Curtice Co., Lincoln, Neb. Established
for 40 year. 'Largest musio merchants
In the state.
8TOCK salesmen wnnted. financial In
stitution now placing Its stock desires
a few mor men. Good territory open
and some lead for good men. This
Is a high-class proposition and our
salesmen now placing this stock are
very successful. For further Informa
tion apply box T-1222 Bee.
To sell high-gsade, dividend-paying
stock. Extraordinary proposition, fast
seller, big commission. Write at once
for Interview. Box Y-1220. Bee.
SPECIALTY salesman on silverware, rugs
and blankets; can use couple of good
men for out ef town work, C F. Adam
Co.. (21 8. 16th St
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920.
FOR AN ARn'-'
TO DO ALU THE WORK
IN THAT FLAT.'
HELP WANTED MALE
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Men and women every
where, city and country,
to sell oil leases in the
great High Island Dis
trict Gulf Coast Oil
Fields of Texas. You
can make $500.00 per
week selling for our ,f
company. Big commis
sion. Everybody buys.
Our company is a fine,
producing, money mak- -mg
company. We have
just struck oil on our
10,000-acre lease in
Wyoming. We will bring
in a big well on our 88
acre lease, Burkburnett,
Texas, very soon, now
drilling. We own 7 fine
producing wells and
drilling more at Humble
Gusher Field, Texas.
We own all our own
drilling rigs and equip
ment. We start drilling
at High Island as quick
as our men can rig up
and spud in. These
leases most valuable on
the market. Govern
ment reports describe
High Island with won
. derful possibilities. Sale
just started. Over 30 per
cent of entire tract sold
before big advartising
campaign is com
menced. Act on that
impulse. Get in quick.
Come to office if possi
ble. Talk it over. Write
or wire for your exclu
sive territory. Get our
bulletin hot off the press
with map and pictures
of great gushers of
Gulf Coast Fields.
Most wonderful Gusher
District in America,
These leases going into
; big money, and chance
for every lease owner
s to clean up $50,000.00 on
"small investment. Looks
like a sure shot. Men .
backing this company
"old-time operators." This N
' company has made good
every promise. Every
prediction has come
true. This company has
never drilled a dry hole.
This is Nebraska's very
own oil company. Fully
98 per cent of our inves
tors are citizens of Ne
braska. Every citizen
a prospect; every citizen
our friend and booster.
This means immediate
big business for every
salesman who uses his
red-blooded brain ,
power. Get in quick.
Work and we work with
you. This proposition
going over the top into
OFFICERS IN CHARGE. :
H. R ELLWOOD,
OIL OPERATOR OF
x OMAHA. NEB.
WILLIS E. REED,
First Vice President.
FORMERLY ATTORNEY GEN
ERAL FOR NEBRASKA,
W. J. GASKILL,
Second Vice President.
LIVE WIRE BUSINESS MAN
OF OMAHA, NEB.
These men do big
things, play the winners.
We refer you to any
body in Nebraska.
Call, write, wire or phone
740 First National Bank Bldg.,
y Omaha, Neb.
Long distance phone Tyler 398.
WANTED First-class stock salesmen whj
can furnish references to sell preferred
stock In growing corporation now paying
good dividends, participating In all the
profits. Inquire 2404-06 Ames Ave., up
stairs. TWO middle-aged salesmen who wish to
get off the road or those wishing to
Increase their earnings, will find splen
did opportunity by calling at 201 With
nnll Bldg., 9 a. m. to 12 m., or phon
Dj82 for appointment
TWO NEAT appearing young men, 18 tJ
20, some high school education, desired
to work locally and travel; $26 per w!K
and commission. Apply between 8- a.
m. or 6-8 p. m. to Winer, Loyal Hotel.
Unusual Issue, big seller, good terri
tories, attractive commission. Writ for
intervlew at once. Box Y121, Bee.
WANTED Salesmen with established
trad in Nebraska, to carry 14 samples
men's welt shoes. Csn be carried as a
side lln. E. B. Plekenbrock 4a Sons,
WANTED Salesmen for country, with
auto; can mak real money, all or part
time. Call or writ Omaha Vaeue'te
Co.. 807 Finance Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
WANTED Fiv single - young men fot
j clerical work: salaries from $140 to $200.
Phon J. 6565.
s, t- l
SEE JIGGS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
HELP WANTED MALE
Professions and Trades.
For silks and dress goods depart
ments; permanent position with fine op
portunity for advancement. Apply su
perintendent. DAVIDSON BROS. CO.,
SIOUX CITY, IA.
WANTED One good machinist and on
good automobile repair man. Scotta-bluff-Overland
Co.. Scottsbluff, Neb.
FENDER REPAIR MEN.
SKILLED MECHANICS ON,Y.
OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR
We have several openings for young
men to learn e!ephone switchboard in
stallation work; liberal starting salary,
with opportunity for advancement In
an Interesting job. Apply Room 16
Telephone Bldg., 9 a. m. and 4 p. m.
A FIRST-CLASS man to manage a re
tall implement atore. Must be able to
speak Bohemian. Box Y-1218, Omaha
YOUNG man, study law, Eva. downtown
sessions. ITnlver. of Otnsha Law Dept.
Thorough course; nominal tuition. See..
404 Omaha National Bldg.
WANTED Good Job printer; permanent
situation. Monarch Printing Co.. Coun
cll Bluffs. Ia. .
MOLDERS Bench and floor men, steady
work. Berry Foundry, St Joseph, Mo.
GRANITE letterer wanted at ouce. The
Cherokee Monument Co., Cherokee, la.
110 SO. 14TH STA CATALOGUE FREE.
BRIGHT. ENERGETIC OFFICE BOY.
, PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO.,
11TH AND HOWARD.
WANTED 3 husky boys, 16 years and
older, for factory work. Apply- at 7:39
a. m Bemls Bag Co., 11th and Jones.
MARRIED man to work on farm. Must
be willing to work; nearly aU work mo
torized. Steady job all the year. Enoa
Nelson. Big Springs. Neb.
25 ambitious young men to become sales
men; $1,600 up; experience unnecessary.
For openings and particular writ
M-lt. Omaha Bee.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
WANTED AT ONCE.
APPLY SUPT., BALCONY,
APPLY AT ONCE.
1517 DOUGLAS ST.
BOOKKEEPER, out of city, $175.
Stenographer, few months' exp., $10-195.
Comptometer operator, $90-$100.
Office Herk, uptown, $60-$65.
THE MARTI COMPANY.
1128 W. O. W. Bldg.
STENO, financial firm, $126; steno., small
office, hours 8:30 to 4:30, $110; steno.
and clerk, $00; Bkkpr., some shorthand,
$100; Elliott Fisher operator, $125;
clerk, some typing, $80; file clerk, $70.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N
736 First National Bank Bldg.
WE CAN use a number of first-class
capable people in desirable high sal
aried positions. Don't fall to sea us
RIGHT REFERENCE CO.,
638 First National Bank.
BKKPR., $100; steno. and bkkpr.. $110
$115; stenog., $120; stenogs, $100, $95,
$90, $86; typist, $115; dictaphone opr.,
$85, $96; file girls, $65, $70.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY. '
1138 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
WANTED Elliott Fischer bookkeeper,
must have at least one years experi
ence and capable of balancing own
books, good salary. L. V. Nicholas Oil
Co., 17th and Howard Sts.
COMPETENT stenographer; experienced;
new office; good ray; needed at once.
Concrete Engineering Co.. 1145 Omaha
National Bank bldg.
GIRL for South Omaha branch office;
prefer one living In South Omaha.
uresner aros.. zzn f arnam.
YOUNG LADIES, experienced file clerk
and general clerk. 1912 Farnam St.
EXPERIENCED cashier wanted. Alex
ander Drug Co., 17th and Douglas,
WANTED Young lady- as cashier. Fox
'Drug Co., 1504 Farnam St.
OFFICE girl to take orders. Dresher
Bros.. 2217 Farnam St.
Professions and Trades.
Do you want a permanent position T
No profeaslon today offer better op
portunttle (or good aalarles and stead
employment than local or long distanc
Th work la fascinating, pleaaant,
healthful surroundings, annual raca
ttona with full pay. Sick and accident
benefit wicoout cost to siftployts.
No xperlnc necessary. Substantial
"weekly pay while In training. Rapid
Parent! Invited to InTMtlgat working
New Telephone Building.
Nineteenth and Douglas Strssta,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
EXPERIENCED FUR FINISHER.
SEE MISS LUND.
Saleswomen ana Solicitors.
I have just connected with a wonder
ful DroDosition. Most legitimate, clean
honest, refined proposition. Something
to sell. Live women with good appear
ance and pleasing personality with rea
sonable ability, should average $16 to
$2& per day on commission. I am a
woman and knew that this Is a wonder
ful chance. Married or single. All or
part time. Experience unnecessary. City
or country. Write or call but get in while
you can make a lot of money. At of
fice 8 to 10 a. m., 6 to 7 p. m. Miss
Madge M. Coons, 740 First National
Bank Biag.; umana, wen.
Household md Domestic.
WANTED September 1. reliable girl for
general housework In family of three.
No laundry work. Must be good, plain
cook and neat housekeeper. $16.00 a
week. References required. Address
Mrs. W. V. Megeath. 1V43 bouth Dzd
WANTED A refined white woman, 25 to
40 years of age, for general housework,
No washing. Good wages, small family.
Mrs. A L. Rainalter, 1111 So. 31st,
Phone Harney 4918.
WANTED at once, white woman or girl,
no " washing or cooking, good home,
WANTED A competent second maid,
with references. Har. 206.
WANTED White girl for general houje
work. Call Harney 1342.
WANTED A competent cook with ref
erences. Harney 206.
lotels' and Restaurants.
WANTED Woman for aecond pastry
cook; 6 days and no Sunday work. Har
mony Cafeteria. 1609 Harney at.
EXPERIENCED second cook, references.
Flatlron Cafe. 1720 St. Marys Ave
Phone Tyler 4022.
BIG SISTERS ASSOCIATION, for the
benefit of business girls. 623 Bee Bldg.
BOYS OR GIRLS,
OVER 16 YEARS,
OFFICE MESSENGER WORK.
CUDAHY PACKING CO.,
Male and Female.
WANTED Young men and ladles to sell
tbb SCHMOLLER & MUELLER and
COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH. An on
portunltv to make $50 to $100 per week.
Experience In this line not absolutely
necessary. See Mr. Hammon.
SCHMOLLER A MUELLER PIANO CO.,
WANTED Men. ladles and boys to lesrn
barber trade; big demand: wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge Bt Trl-Citf Barber, college.
DAY SCHOOL. NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses In accountancy, ma
chin bookkeeping, comptometery, short
hand and typewriting, railroad and
wiring telegraphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches.
Write, call or phone Douglas 1566 for
large Illustrated catalogue. Address
Boyles Building, Omaha. Neb.
Van Sant School of Business,
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR sale Electric shop In a good . town.
Office on main street I will, sell my
complete electric stock and business.
Can get right man agency for farm
lighting plant. Have two months work
on hand. Price $960.00. If Interested
write or sea Leo M.cGrath. Chappell.
BIG MONEY $50 to $100 Invested a
ground floor members on our double
object plan gives cpportunlty to make
$500 to $1,000 In 60 to, 90 days. Act
quick. Shauble, 259 Dwlght bldg., Kan
sas City, Mo. I
FOR SALE Stock of Implements in a
first class town, good location and good
business. Box Y-1217, Bee
TO get In or out of business. Se LEWIS
CO 411 McCague Bldg.
PHONE THE WANT AD DEPARTMENT,
TYLER 1000, AND ASK ABOUT OUR
BIG ROOM LIST PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR
READERS AND ADVERTISERS
ONE large front loom, south exposure,
with sleeping porch, also 3 other
large rooms, all on bathroom floor,
private residence. Plenty of shade
trees, gentlemen preferred. Tyler 2237,
2616 Foppeiton avenue.
A NICE COOL, COMFORTABLE ROOM,
SUITABLE FOR 2; PRIVATE FAMILY.
BtJCATION VERY GOOD. PHONE
SINGLE rooms for men only, running Lot
and -cold water; walking distance.
Brown Aps 608 N. 2 1st Doug. 664 4
LARGE cool room, mahogany suite, for
gentlemen; attractive surroundings.
Zdro. ana xiownru. ifim ..II,
2 NICELY furnished rooms, modern, pri
vate residence; gentlemen preferred, ref
erences. Walnut 3788.
LARGE cool room, bathroom floor; mod
ern.' private home; gentlemen pre
ferred. Walnut 3679.
BEMIS PARK Cool, attractive room with
bath, gentlemen preferred; breakfast
LINCOLN Apartments, 2102 Chicago; fur
nished housekeeping and sleeping rooms.
LARGE front room, breskfast, can have
garage. Hansom Park District. Har.
2514 JONES Very desirable room: strictly
. . ki. , a i j,..
modern nome; reaiwii.uie. uuk -.
l,K halh. M.M.m,n
8025 Nicholas. Harney 4060-.
NICHf'furnfshed modern room for hou-
keeping, waiaiag aisiance. u .
COOL front downstairs room. Harnay
ATTRACTIVE room, private family. Web.
MODERN room, horn privileges.
LARGE, cool south room. Douglas 6277.
212N. 26TH Large, cool rooms. Ty. 8417.
COOL, attractive rooms. Douglas 7854.
ROOMS for rent, 626 South 26th Ave.
VERY nicely furnished two-room suite for
tight housekeeping, walking distanc.
1414 Cass, . T
Drarn for The Bee by McManu.
Copvrli'ht I"?" (ntcmsHniuil New Servie
TO DO LOT ,
FINO THlti UlT-Lti
iaz ar ,NTi rTuff inc.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
MODERN housekeeping rooms; also large,
cool sleeping room. 1914 Chicago St.
NlCE, cool, light housekeeping room,
laundry privileges. Webster 802,
1 OR t ROOMS, first floor, no children. 614
$628 CAPITOL, cool light housekeeping
Board and Rooms.
BEAUTIFUL large room and board, sult
sblo for 2 gentlemen, one block to car.
668 SO. 26TH AVE. Room and" good
board to college boys. Harney2129.
3 UNFURNISHED rooms at 1310 South
30th Ave. Har. S719.
LIST your property for rent or sal with
i FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler TJI.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
HOME WITH CONVENIENCE OF
Suites of 2 and three rooms In beau
tifully appointed building. Linen, bed
ding, china, cooking utensils, heat, gas,
light, water, phone snd other necessi
ties furnished. We assume your servant
problem. Every courtesy extended In
EL-BEUD R APARTMENTS.
Dodge at 18th Tyler 4200.
VERY desirable apartmen in Dundee;
rent $70; leasee must purchase furni
ture. Victor Roos, Harney 2406.
8-ROOM-FLAT, strictly modern, newly
decorated. 2109 Sherman Ave. Web, 6638,
EIGHT-ROOM, all modern, $86. Inquire
659 S. 26th St.
LET us rent your house or flat. Benjamin
& Frankenberg. 624 Bee Bldg ,
FOR RENT Business Property.
Office space, second floor, 19th and
Douglas Sts., available on or before
$18 South 18th St
Two outside rooms In Brsndels Bldg.
About 450 sq. ft. floor space.
F. D. WEAD,
310 S. 18th. Tyler 151.
FOR RENT Business rooms, one suit
able for pool room, 23x60; other suit
able lor grocery or rurniture store,
23t90. On main street in thriving town.
For Information write Box 196, Sherl-
dan, Wyo. ;
FOR RENT Entire second floor, 22x132
ft., at 1111 Farnam St. suitable for of
fice or small factory. Key on first
floor. Telephone Douglas 4199.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
WE assemble and forward carloads of
both household goods and automobiles.
Watch this column, as it will keep you
informed where we are making carload
If you are shipping to any of the cit
ies represented or to towns adjacent to
our shipping points, see us about our
rates, as it Is likely that our through
late la less than the regular local rate
and you havo the advantage of carload
Today we are accepting shipments for
the following cities:
Loa Angeles, Cal.
San Francisco, Cal.
Kansas City, Mo.
GORDON FIREPROOF WARE
HOUSE AND VAN CO.,
219 N. 11th St.
Phone Douglas 394. Omaha, Neb.
FIDELITY XK van CO.
STORAGE, MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOOD8 AND PIANOS,
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and Jackson Sts. Douglas 288.
MOVING, PACKING. STORAGE.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
806 South 16th. Doug. 4168.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen'Co. Tyler $400,
GLOBE VAN, TRANSFER AND
For real service In hauling or stor
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338,
Auto or wagon service.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1605 Davenport Doug. 2908.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
SPECIAL SALE USED CARS.
1918 Oakland. j
Model 35 Buick.
Model 46 Buick.
The above cars are In A No. 1
NEBRASKA OLDSMOBILE CO.,
Buy a Guy L. Smith
A SAFE INVESTMENT.
We atways have a few first-class
used cars which are real bargains.
Each is guaranteed and with a
real service behind it. Call Doug
las 1970 any time for description
of cars and prices.
DRIVE IT YOURSELF
RENT A NEW .'FORD DRIVE
THE MOST ECONOMICAL AUTO
MOBILINO; CHEAPER THAN OWN
ING A CAR. NEW. Al CONDITION.
PELP-8TARTERS. OPEN DAT AND
NIGHT THE 166 DAYS.
1114 HOWARD STREET. DOUG. 1611.
WE hare been forced to take a 1-ton
truck to aatlsfy an Indebtedness and
will sell for the balance due us. Liberal
terms to responsible psrty. Harney
1M0 FORD RUNABOUT or truck; good
condition; tor sale, .vt ainui seta, t
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
A REAL BARGAIN .
National 7-paasengor, In excellent con.
dltlon; only been driven 1,600 miles;
looks and runs like new; dandy car for
a large family; will sell at real sacrifice
very liberal terms If desired.
MORSE-STUTZ MOTOR CAR CO..
1427 Farnam St Douglas 1111.
NEW FORD 1920 COUPE
Here yiTu are. A new 1920 Coup
with the following extraa: Hasslers,
Speedometer, Starter, Dash Lamp, Axlo
Bracea, Bosch Magneto, Cutout, De
mountable Rims and extra tire and rim.
OversliW steering wheel. Many other
extras. Ready for delivery. Call Douir
las 1970 for Information. Guaranteed In
GUY L. SMITH,
26th and Farnam Sts.
WE SAVE YOU
$5 out of every $10 on auto Insurance.
Phone Douglas 7768. 312 Petors Trust
Bldg. Continental Inv. Co.
1918 BRISCOE TOURINU, $260.
1920 MAXWELL. $S26.
1919 CHEVROLET, $450.
1917 OVERLAND ROADSTER, $17$.
THAWVElt AUTO CO., 2210 FARNAM
OVERLAND, S-paasengar, first- clasa
shape; good tires: will sacrifice for $176.
Can be seen at Crcighton Garage, 17th
and Davenport St.. after 6 o' clock.
DO YOU want a good automohlle at a
bargain price? All makes and sires.
Terms or cash. Call Mr. Jones, Doug-
SOME bargains In used Ford csrs! Mc
, Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, 16th and Jackson. Doug
FORD truck, 1918, panel" body. ThUTi
a dandy, for only $325. Can b seen st
Le4yenworlQ Heights Garage. Walnut
WANTED For epbt cash. 100 used cars,
Ju,ck",ctln: no at,ay- "o Exchange
Co.. 2 059 Far nam St. Dougla 6035.
160 CASH and $20 per month" for 10
months buys a 1918 Ford - in truck
complete. Webster 3565 after 6.
1918 MITCHELL 6. overhauled" fin
anape, good tires, must b sold at one.
STUTZ speedster; specially built for
track; $395. Call H, 2029 between 6
and 8 p. in.
MITCHELL, cost $1,860, for sale at $750.
Good as new. 8S23 No. 30th. Colfax:
OAKLAND. 30, good condition, 6 tires and
tubes, good paint $176. Terms. Doug.
THE DIXIE FLTERl
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY,
SD2U Far nam St
OAKLAND Rnlhl SI.
MARSH OAKLAND CO..
ious rarnam Bt.
MAX.WELL touring, 1918 model, first
class shape, brand mew tires, $266 If
taken at once. Call Walnut 4373 .
1918 DODGE TOURING. $800 buys It
Mcuaicr oitoo aiier o.
NEW and used cars; also Ford bodies, at
Goldstrum Auto Sales Co., 1318 Harney
St. Tyler 714.
WE have 50 good used cars to select
from A II nrlr.i
MEEKS AUTO CO.. 2028 Farnam.
overhauled, painted. Harney 6750.
GARAGE, 10x16 fet complete. $T6T
Dickson A Newman. So. 2794 or So. 1761.
HUPMOBILE, bargain for cash; terms;
consider part irade. 1329 8. 32d St
1918 FORD roadster, bargain. Must' selL
Call Harney 2790 after 6.
Repairing and Painting.
RADIATOR CORES INSTALLED.
Manufactured In Omaha. 24-hour serv
ice for auto, truck and tractor. , Expert
radiator and fender repairing; bod
dents removed; new fenders made.
OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR MFG. CO..
1819 Cuming St. Tyler 917.
Tires and Supplies.
$0x1, $6.00; 10x3 H, $8.00.
All sizes In proportion, rook over
our rebullts. Open Sundays. Tyler 196$,
901 N. 16th St Keyston Tire Shop.
NEW TIRES FlRST.Cr.ASS.
30x3 $10.95 I 32x4 $10. 9E
3x3U 13.95 33x4 20.95
36x4 29.95 I 34x4 20.95
GOODRICH FORD TUBES, $2.60.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS, 1722 CUMINO.
NEW GUARANTEED TIRES.
30x3 $ 9.75 I 33x4 $21.60
30r3 12.50 I 84x4 ....... 21.75
STANDARD TIRE CO., 410 No. 16th.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
INDIAN MOTORCYCLE fpr sale. Pur
chased July 1. Bargain. Call Christy, Ty
FOR SALE If taken before Sept. 1, 640
acres, 487 a. In body, 163 a. mile from
main body, Hj miles from First View,
Colo; $40 an a.; $4,000 down, balance
terms to ault purchaser at 6 per cent
Might consider good grain elevator
property as part trade. Write J. B.
Haaaman, Coleridge. Neb.
5.000.000 ACRES Canadian Pacific rail
foad farm land for sale, 20 years time,
See me for full Information. Low rata
excursion each Monday. John Barber,
Agent, Keellne Bldg., Omaha.
North Dakota Lands.
FOR SALE BT OWNER One of th
finest and best agricultural sections In
locality; 2V miles from city of New
England. Hettinger county. North Da
kota. Well Improved, all under culti
vation. Power plow proposition from
one end to other. Now growing a 150
per acre crop. Fine market for very
thing; churchia, modern school, hlgn
school, grsded roads, telephone. Just
the thing for man with growing family.
Why rent when a few yeara rent will
buy your own farm. Price $75 per?
acre. One-third to one-half cash, bal-
ance on time. Write me for further1 t
Information. J. J. Murphy. New Engi '
land, N. D.
FOR SALE Overlooking Washington, D.
C flnu building lots. 3 miles from Whits
house, on highlands of Virginia, at Lyon
Park, Arlington county: 20 minutes from
heart of city over good roads or by ex
cellent electric car service; all conven
ienccs, Including cement sidewalks, sew
ers, gas and electricity; 60-foot lots for
$15 cash and $15 per month; reference.
Citizens National bank of Alexandria,
Virginia. Apply for further information
to Lyon A Fitch, owners. Clarendon, Va.
214-Acre Farm, With
Horses, 22 Cows,
Irt great dairy section; splendid pros
perous farms; machine-worked fields;
30-cow spring-watered pasture; quan
tity wood and timber; 400 sugar maplea;
variety fruit; 2-story, 20-room house;
furnace; water m kitchen; maple shade;
magnificent view; 82-foot basement barn,
garage, ice house, other buildings; all
excellent condition; owner unable farm,
throws in 3 horses, 22 Holstein cows, all
machinery and part household furniture,
part growing crops: only $4,000 cash re
qnlred, balance easy terms. Details of
this and 375-acre farm with 30 cattle
and all equipment page 24 Strout's Big
Illustrated Catalogue Farm Bargains
83 States. Copy free. Strout Farm
Agency, 831 B. F., New York Life Bldg.,
Kansas City. Mo.
KIMBALL COUNTY WHEAT
Yielding from 25 to 60 bushel to
Farmer paying for their land with
one year's crop.
320 acres. Improved farm. 150 acre
summer-fallowed and ready to seed to
'fall wheat. Price, $50.00 per sere.
480 seres. Improved farm. 310 seres
In wheat. This wheat Is now being
headed and stacked, one-third goes to
purchaser delivered at elevator.
irice soa.cv per acre.
X have several bargains In 160, 120
and 640 acre improved and unimproved
FRANK A SMITH.
A REAL FARM HOME
1-2 Mile From Central
1 125 acres highly improved, one
half mile from paved street of th?
best little town in the state. If
interested at all waste a stamp and
write for full description, M. A.
LARSON, Central City, Neb;
TOUR FARM OR RANCH. '""
Turned quickly into cash by . our
unique method. Write for booklet Ne
braaka Realty Auction Co., Or sural City,'
A. A. PATZMAN. Farma. 11 KtbachBUtT
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