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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES
NELSON Mra. V. W.. August 18, 1920
ate 40 years 1 month 4 days.
Funeral at 2 p. m. from family reel
dence. 902 South Forty-fifth street In-
, , ir.n. nmalirv. Sna If
aurvlved besides her husband by one
son. Harold; five hrothers Carl. John.
Justice and Max Peterson of Omaha and
E. Peterson of Mt. Pleasant. la.; two
sisters, Mrs. J. E. Wooley of Omaha and
Mrs. A. L. Holmes or can t''iyjgi:
GOODALL Francis A., aged 62 years
Survived by five sons, Francis J. John
. . i...T,h four daughters
Martha, Mary, Alice and Mrs. Thomas
Funeral from family residence, 27J
. . . . vwiAav at 10 a. m. to
c. i.kn. rhnrch at 10:30. Interment
St Marys cemetery. .
BYRNE John, aged 45 years, died at Og
den, Utah, Aug. 16. He la survived by
his wife, four children, father, Jamea
Byrne of Omaha.
Funeral Kru'ay morning at X.30
a. m. from Hafey ft Heafey a chapel to
St. Patricka church at a. m. Burial
HULSE & RIEPEN,
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
TOl South 16th St. DouglaaJ328.
STACK & FALCONER,
Thirtv-third and Farnam. Harney 84.
TAGGART & SON,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
Telephone Douglas 714. 881 umlngSt.
TTEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertakera and Embalmers.
Phone H. 865. Office 2811 Farnam.
LEE L. LARMON K"
1814 Douglas Bt.
JOHN BATH, 18th and Farnam. D. 3000.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
'. Births Oowan and Ruth Williams, hos
pital, boy: Twice and Anna Tormassl, 223
South Eleventh atreet,' girl; Emll and Anna
Kopecky, 2444 South Twentieth street,
boy; Leroy and Nora McArdle, 304 South
Thirty-fourth street, girl; Harry and Mabel
Uross, 2314 South Tenth street, girl; Al
fred and Edna Johnson. 610$ Walnut
street, boy; William and Marie Moran,
Carter Lake club, boy; John and Catherine
Pelser, 1600 Elm street, girl; Frederick
and Josephine Miller, 2117 Martha street,
boy; Jake and Besslo Rosenthal, hospital,
girl; Arthur and Allca Marshall, 3515
North Twenty-seventh street, girl; Frank
and Marie Kompare, 8201 Madison street,
girl; Rosnrlo and Maria Sortlno, 1716 South
Thirteenth street, boy; Frsncesco and
Sebastlana Fanclullo, 1436 South Thir
teenth street, boy; Charles and Lillian
Purrs, 4003 T atreet, girl; Alfred and
Mary Mockelatlnn, 2107 J atreet, girl; Jofln
and Margaret Jackson, 2815 Jefferson
and May Negro, 2885 staple street, girl;
street, girl; Ram and Camela Catalano.
220 South Twelfth street, girl: Angelo
Sol and Jennie Nogg, 2606 Hamilton street,
Deaths Mrs. Frances E. Wise. 74. 1307
South Thlrtv-fourth street; Timothy Sulli
van, 80, 4836 South Twenty-fifth street;
James Workman. 3. Ralston. Neb.: Francis
A. Goodail. 62. 2769 Webster street; Frank
J Kolar, 30. 1508 Farnam atreet; Cather
ine E. Kelley, Infant, 2622. Orand avenue;
. . . , n ChlMrn atreet:
Christian H. Von Krluth. 35. hospital.
Nels J. Johnson. 67, hospital; Leslie Ott
man, 9. hospital: John W. Doran. 61.
2613 Grant atreet; Charlee A. Bell, 2.
.' The following ' persona were Issued per-
WA'ba?tWT.dOM.. . Ord, Neb and Lil
lian K. Green, 22, London, England.
Albert Volkman. 19. Chicago, 111,, and
hose MHIer, 32. Chicago. Ill,
Jesse Hansen. 21. Atlantic, la., and Fern
Cnmphell, 22. Atlantic, la.
Charles E. Westnrman. 30, Omaha, and
Ma' Hennlnrscn. 27, Omaha.
Oscar D. Decher, 53. Omaha, and Mil
dred M. Snider. 2S, Omaha.
James Powell. 31, Sioux City. Ia . and
Lucille Helen Presley. 26 Sioux City. Ia.
Harrison D. Forrest. 4S. Grand Is and.
Nob., and Maa Dennon, 23, Grand Island,
NNMls Andersen, 20, Omaha, and Anna
Kage, 33, Omaha. ,
Louie H. Slwcod. 35, Bellaire. Kan., and
Grace A. Wlllard, 57, Mound, Minn.
Arthur Rowe, 20. Dsota, Neb and
Grace Wallace, 19, Blair. Neb.
lo Machmlller, 25, Omaha, and Irene
Maclveel, 25, Desmlth, S. f
Joe Dumaske. 24, Tllden, Neb, and
Ruby Lmille llurham, 19. Nellgh, Neb.
fTmlly V. Hladlk, 2. Akron. 0 and
Rose M. Petersen. 25, Bennington, Neb.
Ruben J. Holmgren, 23, Omaha, and
Ftrne Barker, 18, Omaha.
Gilbert K. Gillman. 23, Omaha, and
Florence West, 22, Omaha.
Lewis Yates. 43, Omaha, and Josephine
Kemertsen, 25, Omaha.
-j. H. Kopleti, 3718 F atreet, frame and
Itucco dwelling, M.500.
V. I Armstrong. 3870 LeavenwortR
atreet, addition to cement block dry clean
In g bulldlngL600.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on'atreet ears tele
phone Tyler 800. We are anxious to re
store lost articles to rightful owners.
; OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
WHITE and vellow male Persian vi,
strayed from 03 South 31st St. Sunday;
vnluablo only to owner; reward for re
turn or Information. Phone Harney
tilt tor Mrs. Lewis
LOST In Brandels" store or between there
and C. B. Q. headquarters, one $20,
two jlO and three (5 bills. Finder re
turns to Miss Frances Bentley. 4035
n . . . .... ur.i tec
sewara oi. rowwu. ..
- LOST On stret car or on Douglas be
tween 16th and 14th, 116 In small
; memorandum book; finder please return
to 2427 TempWon St. Col. 1186. Reward.
LOST Pearl broocM with diamond set
ting, at Happy Hollow Saturday night,
tne fin. i.i m-i n i rrwum. " ' w
LOST Gold cuff button ; letter M en
graved on button. Leave at Sanford
hotel ana receive rrwnm.
OLD-FASHIONED barpln with ( email
diamonds, old family keepsake. Doug.
LOST Collie dog with black collar, brass
studding. Return to American Railway
LOST Pair gentleman's tortoise shell bi
focal glasses. Reward. Bar. 6314.
LADYS' Waltham wrist watch, between
Chicago and Cass on 19th St. Dg. 8055.
LOST Auto tire and license plate No.
LOST Dark blue trlcotlne ault coat e
ward for return. Har. 6382.
TO AVIATORS: Don't overlook the Oma
ha to Crawford airplane race; the first
In the state; excellent opportunity tor
manufacturers to demonstrate their
' planes. Race itarta from Omaha te.
' tween I and ( o'clock on the morning
of September 1 Each plane mut
land at Grand Is'.and where the mayor
' will give them their clearance cards.
The- next landing Is the goal at Craw
- fird. Each plana to circle over the
city once and lend on the landing fl;Id
In Crawford city park. $1,009 to the
first, $503 to tn second, and $300 to
the third. Gasoline, oil and hotel bills
wnile in the c'ty during the fair to all
losers. Free license to carry passengers
, to all conVstar.ts and no planes allowed
tA cam rjissenaers during the fair ex
cept those who have competed in the
race. All aviators are invited to Join
In this, the flirt race of its kind In the
west, and to which people of the state
will be looking forward. The line of
travel will be from Omaha to Fremonr,
Columbus, Grand Island, Broken Bow,
. Alliance and then to Crawford. Write
um for further information. Crawfjrd
. Tti-6tate Fair Association. A rah L.
. Hungerford, riesldent; Dr. B. F.
' Richards, .sec rotary; Crawford. Dawea
' county. Nebraska.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
- magailne. We collect We distribute.
' Phone Doug. 4136 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home,
- llia-1113-1114 Dodge 8t . -
GWEDISH massage, by appointment, at
y.jvr residence. Jiiss XUaabeth, As
' son, Couc .Hl i i
I'M OlNi TO HAVE
A MOTTON-HEAO FER
0 NAVE T EARLV-
WILL give school girl room, board and
clothes In exchange for company, CoL
ELECTRIC baths. Swedish or elec. mas
sage, In home, or will go out. Web, 2911.
NURSE tades patients, prlv. homes. Wal.
CHAS. L. Fish, piano tuner. Violin and
r.lano teacher. Colfax 4907
MASSAGE 210 North Seventeenth St.
Electro Therapy massage.
WILL care for children.
318 Neville Bids;.
CLOSED AUGUST 14 TO -AUGUST 28
NKBR. PLEATING BUTTON CO.
1806 Farn am. second f loor.
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bid
ct?uuvd nivriilfi BiTRS
lf F,f ,-PINF, School for Dancing,
t:iass at s; cmcinw at s p. m. sionmy
Thur. Sat. Private lessona ahy tlmo
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AOKNCT, Incorporated. Douglas 1107,
Arlington Hlk. Omaha, Nen.
JAMES ALLAN. 312 Neville Blk. Evi-
dunce aecurrd In all cases. Tyler 113.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Hallway
KX. Bldg. Dong. 2056. Night. Col. 405,
WE WRITE fire, tornado, automobile, in
demnity, ourglary and all other forms
of Insurance. Kilward r, Williams uo
8Q3-804 Omaha Nat. Bank. Doug. 4ZQ.
ni A HffnXTrvO We pay the Beat
to buy back at small profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO., 402 N. 16th St. Doug
las 5049. v
Gas Stoves Connected.
CONNECTIONS, 2; house piping. H. 1619
TRUCKS FOR HIRE
Tour haulin contracted by dav.
month o.' year. Trucks all sizes; best
sarvlce, best rales. Phone, Tyler 1976,
INTERNATIONAL PATENT CO., patent
attorneys; procure, buy and sell pat-
nn. in uoiye yi., umana.
Hemstitching and Pleating.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst box
pleating, covered buttons, all tzea and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co.. 301
Brown Blk. Douglas 1936.
Top Notch Shop Hemstitching, braiding,
neaaing, an Kinds -leating. Doug. 6011.
Room 33. Douglas Blk.. 16th and Dodge.
Painting and Paperhanging
PAINTING and paperhanging. Wsl. 6462.
Kodah Developing and Finishing.
FrLMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co., 1607
Carrie J. Burford, 620 Paxton Bid. D. 11 38.
O A TjiriCBARGAINS. 12th & Farnam.
"f i-i3 J. J. Dtrlght Safe go.
We rent repair, sell needles and parts.
16th an! Harney.
2'th and Martha Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray Iran castin g.i
SAFETY raxor blades sharpened, new ra
zors, razor blades sold. Omaha Razor
harpenlng Co. . 1522 Dodge, 103 N. 1 6 .
BULL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rialto Drug Store, 15th
end Douglas sts.. Omaha, Neb.
HATS cleaned and blocked while you wait,
at Paxton Hat W.)i-ks, 1607V Farnam
St. Work guarantied. D. 6939.
J. WEBORG, "p!anotuner. Call "Webster
2841 at 7 a. m. Just back from
PIANO class lessons for beginners, 60s:
graduate experienced teacher. Colfax
FULL dreas aulia and tuxedos for rent.
109 N. 1.6th St. John Feldman. D. 3128.
OMAHA WELDING CO. "The Careful
Welders.' 15th and Jackson. D. 4397.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 644.
DRESSMAKING, silk shirts specialty.
RENT Hoover sweeper. Tel. Webster
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S. 11th. P. 628.
RENT elect-lc vacuum cleaners. D. 5718.
WEAVING: old rugs remade. Ty. 1433.
PRKSSMAKING. all kinds. Web. 6622T
Furniture and Household Goods.
of unredeemed hnurehold goods at 807
South 17th St., Saturday, Aug. 21, 10
OMAHA VAN ft STORAGE CO.
FURNITURE of 5 rooms for sale: all In
good condition; leaving city. Address
Box R-l. Omaha Bee.
BEAUTIFUL walnut Queen Ann bed, $60.
HOUSEHOLD furniture for sale. 116 So.
2th St. .
Oak dining room set. Wal. 6726.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
A. HOSPE CO.
art and music
Pianos for rent, $4.00 per nunth.
DRUMS, traps, marimbas, Instructions,
repairing. Phone Harney 2967. Geo. A.
Smith. 2761 Davenport St.
PATHE phonograph, like new. Including
16 records. $100 caBh. Leaving city.
837 So. 24th.
FINE orchestra violin, banjo and piccolo,
bargain. 2416 Davenport. Tyler 4633.
PIANO. Smith ft Birnes. $126. Dg. 464.
I IANOS for sale; bargain. Doug. 9227.
FINE Zither harp. $7. Walnut 2908.
UPRIGHT PIANO. $90. Harney 6658.
Typewriters snd Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agenta for the CORONA.
Get our price before you buy. Every
Central Typrewriter Exc.
Douglas 8120. 1912 Farnam,
WE buy, sell and exchange all makes
of typewriters. Write tor list Midland
Offlce Supply Co.j 1404 Dodge.
ALL MAKES Typewriter Co., "all makes."
- 206 S. lth St Tyler 2414.
ROTAL typewriters, all models, for rent
Royal Typewriter Co., 21$ 8. 19th St
F. E. checkwrlters, bargains. 320 Neville.
ffLASS FOR SALE.
SIZES 6x7. 6x8. 8x10, BEST GRADE;
CAN BIS USED FOR HOT HOUSES,
WIRELESS SETS. ETC.
ENGRAVING DEPT. . v
OUfeT &OON A
THE THIN COME!
FROM THE WORE
COL.F- OO fOO DAVNCE?
yu.L.f PASTIME I A.f -
I LL COOK 'EMJ
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattress
es made from your own feathers, sum
mer and winter sides. Pillows renovated
and made up In new featherproot tlck-
lng. 1907 Cuming. D. 2467.
WE buy, sell safes, make desks, show
cases, etc. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co.,
8. W. Cor. 11th. and Douglas. D. 2724.
ONE velour suit trimmed with beaver col
lar; brown checked ault, velvet coat,
heavycollar. 2407 Browne. Col. 1361.
BRICK 15,t)00; partly cleaned; at $12.
Jim. 38th Ave. Doug. 2947.
A LARGE safe for sale or trade for small
BROWN reed" baby carriage. Wal. S104.
DRESS, trlcotlne, size 38 Doug. 8625.
KINDLING and lumber. "Web. 459.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. D. 61 48.
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT.
MACK'S BOND HOUSE.
1421 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 3644
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
rurniture. Ty. 2598. A. zavett, 705 N. 1 6,
BEST prices, furniture, clothing. Ty. 869.
WANTED Clerical position In bar.k or of
fice by young m&n: colleee education:
active partnership In some businas con
sidered; best references, iiox x-1234.
CHEMIST with six years exnerlence In
chemistry and essay work wants con
nection with reliable firm; beat of ref
erences. Address Box K-65, Bee.
REFINED white chauffeur wishes posl
tlon in private family. Best of refer
ences. Address Box X-57, Omaha Bee,
EXPERIENCED icarpenter wants work.
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't miss them.
Laundry and Day Work
EXPERIENCED laundress with references
wants work Tuesdays, Wednesdays. 45o
per hour, carfare. Mrs. Baasett Tyler
WOMAN wants day work. Call Afro
American Employment Agency. 2522 Vt
Lake. Web. 5976.
BUNDLE or family washing, wet or
rougn dry. Z245 North 19th. Web. 4427.
LAUNDRY Day work; experienced.
LAUNDRY. -Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
BUNDLE washing. Fries reaaonabls.
Web. 2461. .
BUNDLE washing, neatly done. ,-Tvler
BUNDLE washing, day work.
LAUNDRY for Mon.,' Tue., Wed.
CLEANING, day work, experienced. We
DAY WORK wanted;
WANTED Day work, experienced. Dout-
DAYWORK, all kinds; references.
BUNDLE wsshlng; day work.
DAY work wanted; colored lady.
BUNDLE washing, experienced.
DAY work wanted; experienced.
LAUNDRY, day work, cleaning.
COLORED woman wants laundry.
DAY work, laundry, colored
WASHING wanted. Webster
soft wator. Web-
DAY work, laundry, exp., colored. Web. 3631.
DAT WORK Call after 5 p. m. Web. 4953.
LAUNDRY, day work, exp. Web. 6727.
BUNDLE washing wnnted. Webster 1349.
BUNDLE wishing, day work. Web. 4493.
DAY work, laundry, experienced. Web. 4448.
IRONING, cleaning, half days. Web. 2222.
DAY work wanted, experienced. Web. 6450,
BUNDLE WASHING wanted. Web. 2461.
Daywork. laundry, experienced. Tyler 1671.
BUNDLE washing, Webster 3303
BUNDLE washing; soft water. Web. 6949.
DAYWORK, houaecleanlng. Webster (211.
DAYWORK, Exp. colored lady. Web. 2861.
LAUNDRYwork.Mrs. Gibson. Col. 2234.
WANTED Day work. Webster 6867.
DAYWORK by the hour. Web. 0 2 8;
WANT LAUNDRY work. Web. 1256.
WORK by day or hour. Web. 3449.
DAYWORK wanted. Web. 1430;"
BUN.JLE washing. Webster 2303.
COOKING wanted, exp. Ty. 6472.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
SALESMAN (first-class securities), $200
and expenses; general office man to
take charge ef department, $126 to
BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE A"SS'N.
917-18 W. O., W. Bldg.
WANTED Young man between the ages
oi 9 and 30 years; good opportunity for
advancement for one not afraid of work
and capable of handling details. Box
Y 1236, Bee.
STENOO. and CLERK. $126; bookkeeper.
WATTS REF. CO., 912 1st Nafl. Bank.
ASS'T bookkeeper, small manufacturing
WESTERN REFERENCE BOND ASS'N.
736 First National Bank Bldg.
YOUNG MAN to learn trade; splendid op-
poriunny tor ngnt party. loug. soso.
Professions and Trades.
FORD AND FORDSON
capable of holding position of
CADDOCK & BURKE,
AUTHORIZED FORD SALES
, AND SERVICE,
We have several openings for young
men to learn telephone swttchbosrd in
stallation work; liberal startln salary,
with opportunity for advancement In
an interesting job. Apply Room 216.
Telephone Bldg.. t a. m. and 4 p. m.
WANTED Jewelry Jobbers, platinum
workers and setters, union shop, best
wages and pleasant surroundings. Writs
for Information. Hymen-Abraham Jly.
Mfg. Co., Globe-Democrat Bldg., Bt
FIRST-CLASS WAGON BLACKSMITHS
ANDREW MURPHT SON,
WANTED Three coremakers and three
moulders. Best of working conditions
snd high wants. Union shop, no trouble,
working t hours, $8.30 per day. The
John Beaton Foundry Co., Atchison, Kan.
CHANDELIER makers and . spinners,
steady work, highest wages. Apply to
the Batley-Reynolds Chandelier Com
pany. Kansas City, iio.
s WMCRC OOE,
MA.5HE 5T THESE
FOR R1NT HEADED
POT ft ONTO ME.
JHELP WANTED MALE
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Good young shoemaker; first-
class reoalr man: must be good on
champion or Landis; $30 per week. Fort
Form Shoe Shop, 14 w. t irsi at., xuisa.
WANTED Experienced picture frame
maker, must be all round man. Good
wages to the right man. Deborah's Art
Shop. 721 Francis St, St. Joseph, Mo,
YOUNG man, study law. Eve. downtown
sessions. Unlver. of Omaha Law Dept
Thorough course; nominal tuition. Sec,
404 Omaha National Bldg.
WANTED Two plowholders for grading
camp. $200 per month and board. Ap.
ply 806 Brandels Theater.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE.
110 SO. 14TH ST. CATALOGUE FREB.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Everywhere, city and
country, experience un
' necessary, to sell oil
leases in the Great
High Island District
Gulf Coast Oil Fields
of Texas. You can
make $500 per week
selling for our company.
Big commission. Every
body buys. Our com
pany is a fine, produc
i n g, money - making
company. We own pro
ducing' wells at Hum
ble Gusher Field, Tex
as. We own all our
own drilling rigs and
equipment. We start
drilling at High Island
as quick as our men
can rig up and spud
in. These leases .most
valuable on the mar
ket. Government re
ports describe High
Island with wonderful
possibilities. Sale just
started. Big advertis
ing campaign is com
menced. Act on, that
impulse. Get in quick.
Come to office if pos
sible . Talk it over.
- Write or wire for your
exclusive territory. Get
our bulletin hot off
the press with map of
Gulf . Coast . Fields.
Most wonderful gusher
district in America.
These leases going into
big money and chance
for every lease-owner
to clean up $50,000 on
Looks like a sure shot.
Get in quick. Work
and we work with you.
This proposition going
over the top into big
money. Address sales
740 FIRST NAT. BANK BLDG.,
Long. Distance Tel. Tyler 398.
SALESMEN OR SALESLADIES Every
where, city and country, to sell royalty
In Homer and Bull Bavou Louisiana 'ill
fields; 600 acres surroondod with big
wells; one well completed: many others
drilling: leases owned by such com
panics as Sinclair. Texas Standard, etc.
This Is sure an opportunity for you to
make big money quick. Call Mr. Pot
ter, room 404, Fontenelle Hotel, for ap
DESIRE the services of salesmen for Ne
braska to rroresent a wholesale and
manufacturing men's furnishing goods
concern. Liberal commission ana good
territory. State experience and give
references In first letter. Address Mgr.
of Sales. Box 1343. Pes Moines. Ia.
YOUNG MEN We offer a business oppor
tunity and a financial future with on
of the most progressive manufacturing
industries In America. If you are In
terested In a position with a future call
SALESMEN calling on cigar, confection
ery, drug and billiard trade to sell Zln
Zln confectlon.-Jt's a prize. Write today.
Premium Novelty Works, 700 East 40th
Street, Chicago. , -
WANTED Salesmen with established
trade In Nebraska, to carry 24 samples
men's welt shoes. Can be carried as a
side line. E. B. Flekenbrock e. Sons,
Dubuque, la. t
WANTED Salesmen, experience not nec
essary, will show you how to make $75
per week. Cail or write Omaha Vaeuetto
Co.. 307 Flnancn Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
TRAVELING salesman, staple commodity.
$175 to $200 and expenses.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N,
736 First National Bank Bldg.
SPECIALTY salesman on silverware, rugs
and blankets; can use couple of good
men out of town work. C. F. Adams
Co.. 623 So. 16th St.
Agents and Canvassers.
TELEGRAPH operators and agents. Can
use seversl experienced men; permanent
position; minimum rate 68c per hour.
Apply by wire or letter. Supt. C. O. W.
R. R Clarion. Ia.
HOUSE ts house men wanted. Agents are
coining money selling Cramer's Brus
sell Fibre Brooms. Call at 2866 Farnam
or phone Har. 6688.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED Second cook and dishwasher,
La Rue Cafe, 24th and Ames Ave.
LIGHT WORK, GOOD SALARY.
FOR YOUNG MEN WHO CANNOT DO
HARD LABOR. APPLY SUPT.
AN OFFICE BOT.
MORRIS v CO.,
" i SOUTH SIDE.
21 AMBITIOUS young men to become
salesmen; $1,600 up; experience unnec
essary. For openings and particulars
writs M-12, Omaha Bee,
av f.m . Jiur
r.D TOO ORDERED ROA.VT
FOR GENERAL YARD WORK
UNION STOCK YARDS,
TOR SERVICE IN HOUSE
WANTED Man old or young to do
cashier work from 6 to 12. Sherman
A McConnell Drug Co., 16th and Harney.
WANTED Elevator p'.lot, must be over
18. Blackstone hotel.
TEAMSTERS wanted. Platner Lumber
and Coal. Wal. 330.
MAN to wash floors and windows. Wise
Memorial Hospital. "
MEN wanted for warehouse work. 11th
ana Nicholas sts.
PORTER wanted. Keen hotel.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
We have openings for five cap
able young women wishing to take
up Long Distance Telephone
318 Telephone Bldg.,
Between 9 A. M. and S P. M.
American Telephone &
WANTED GIRLS TO WAIT ON
SODA TABLES; SHORT
HOURS, GOOD SALARY. AP
PLY SUPT., BALCONY. BUR
WANTED An experienced floor lady, one
wno is capaoie oi taking and handling
glrla in factory; experienced In sewing
auto tops, seat covers and radiator
covers prcieraoiy. Apply
OMAHA AUTO TOP CO.,
709 S. 16th St
STANDARD OIL CO.,
1912 Farnam St.
OFFICE clerks, good penmen and bright
beginners, $65-$70-$76; P. B. X. opera
tor, ijii ana meais.
THE MARTI CO., 1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
STENOGRAPHERS, $76 to $125; typists,
id to siuu.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
912 First National Bank Bldg.
TYPIST and ass't cashier, small Insurance
WESTERN REFERENCE A BOND ASS'N,
u first national nana iag.
WANTED Competent stenographer and
clerk; good salary. Call Council Bluffs
665 between z and 5 p. m.
STENOGRAPHER wanted. Apply H. R.
Bowen Co., Howard St., between 15th
WANTED Typist for bllilng. Apply Mc.
Cord-Brady Co., 13th and Leavenworth.
YOUNG lady for cashier. Sherman A Mc-
Connell Dnig Co., 16th and Harney.
Professions and Trades.
Do yon want a permanent position?
No profession today offers better op
portunltlea for good salaries and steady
employment than local or long distance
The work is fascinating, pleasant,
healthful surroundings, annual -vaca
tlons with full pay. Sick and accident
benefit without cost to employes.
No experience necessary. Substantial
weekly pay while In training. Rapid
Farenta invited to investigate working
New Telephone Building.
Nineteenth and Douglas Streets.
EXPERIENCED HELP IN ALTERATION
APPLY SUPERINTENDENT ON BAL
CONY, . BRANDEIS STORES.
I 7 :
0 VOU TOLD ME
5 VOO VAJZ..CONNA
HAVE A MUTTON-
iff i20 at ihtC rsaruai vca. U
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Professions and Trades.
Bright, young girls, 16 to 26 years of
age, for factory work.
BEMIS BAG FACTORY
11th and Jackson Sts.
WANTED Pupil nurses; 2-year course,
$20 monthly; uniform, room, board,
laundry and extras provided; grammar
school education or better. Woman's
Konpltal, 460 E. 22d St., Chicago, II h
TWO ladles wanted; experienced in men's
alterations: good salary. The Una Hive
Clraners and Dyers. Dg. 1440.
WANTED Rural teachers; salaries $100
to $130. Apply to County Superintendent
of Schools, Glasgow, Mont
WANTED rls. 201
aids (white). Clarkson
Burgess Shirt Co.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED A refined white woman, 25 (o
40 years of age, for general houxework:
small family. Mrs. A. L. Ralnalter, 1111
S. 31st. Phone Harney 4918.
GIRL wanted for housework; no washing
or cooking; good wages and good ho-rte
to right pr.rty. Address Box X-26,
WANTED An experienced housemaid on
or before Sept. 1. References required.
Mrs. L. L. Kountzc, 423 So. 39th St
vtAMTED at once, sood white girl or
woman to assist with housework. No
washing or cooking, rood home. Dg
WANTED Girl for general housework.
good wages. Apt. 209, St. Regis, 37th
ana jones. nar. 4237.
MAID for general housework: good wages
2 In family; laundresa employed. Mrs.
v. u. JBeiaen. wal. n. .
WHITE girl for general housework. Ref
erences. No washing. Good wages. 5122
i3un. van vtai. zas.
WHITE girl to care for child afternoons
or evenings; r,ty references required,
WANTED Middle-aged woman for house
Keeper. Mrs. K. Li Lewis, Osceola, Neb.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
uood wages. Harney 4227.
GIRL for general housework, 3 in family
no wasning. nar. 3&iz.
-A competent housemaid. Har-
W ANTED An experienced ma'd for gen-
menu nouseworK : references. Har. 352.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED Second cook and good girl for
housework and part time Ironing for
mo went m August or September 1.
ck:qui tor tne uear. wal. lbs.
DISHWASHER wanted, no Sunday work.
Appiy nmei oepu union stock Yards,
MAIDS WANTED, EXPERIENCED; TOP
- aALAn iAt.:K.a ma b hotel.
GIRL for dining room work. Mercy Hoi
rltal. Council Bluffs. Phone 672.
TWO maids for floor work. Clarkson"HoT
FLOOR maid wanted.. Clarkson hospital.
WANTED Experienced elevator onera
tors, permanent position and splendid
apiiij oupt., yaicony,
BIO SISTERS ASSOCIATION, for the
Dencrit oi business girls. 523 Bee Bldg,
Yi ASHMAN, experienced; steady position.
pen iaunary, LeavcpworthKan.
GIRL wanted for relief work. Apply wise
Memor!al Hospital. Tyler 1571.
WOMAN wanted to take charge of sew
Ing room. Clarkson Hospital.
Male and Female.
WANTED Young men and ladies ex
perienced In soliciting insurance or n.a
gazine subscriptions or advertising so
licitors. Must furnish references. Bit:
opportunity to make money. Call 2496
Amos Ave. (Upstairs.)
WANTED Men, ladies and boys to learn
barber trade: big demand: wagea while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
103 uoage ot Trt-t'ity Barber college.
TWO OPENING DATES
BOTLES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY
' Day and Night School.
Write, call or phone Douglas 1566 for
Boyles Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Van Sant School of Business,
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
PIANO class lessons for beginners, 60c;
graduate experienced teacher. Col
FRANK HENY, teacher, saxaphono, MIs-
ner scnooi. 1'atterson Block, umana,
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Small manufacturing business. Money
maker, with small capital. Will consider
Omaha property In trade. Call on or ad
dress. J. M. Kyde
68 West Bt Blalr.Neb.
DON'T miss this opportunity. An In
dependent fortune for you. Haven't the
money to handle the proposition. Would
consider a good car as part payment for
Interest or all. Phone Web. 1403 after
7 p. m. and Sunday phone Web. 1865.
CONFECTIONERY for sale; fine fixtures:
wen locatec; lining a nice business; solid
marble fountain. Address Dr. Blsop,
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
RESTAURANT for sale, sickness reason
for selling; place doing good business;
will sell cheap for cash. Doug. 6689.
TO GET in or out of business, see LEWIS
& CO.. 411 McCague Bldg.
SO. SIDE Good paying 14 -room rooming
nouso ror sale. po. zuss.
MOVING picture show for aale, newly
equipped. Webster 210.
GARAGE for sale with equipment
Mr. darn, wai. szsd.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
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.
COOL, attractive room In Hnnscom park
district, suitable for sna or two. nuo
S. 32d St
221 N. 24TH ST. Cool front room, mod
em, private home, reasonable, riyier
FURNISHED room In all modern apart
ment on car line. Private family. Web.
I NICELY furnished room, modern, home
J privileges. Phone Harney 7421.
FRONT room, gentlemen. Bar. 133$,
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Furnished Rooms. v
COOL, attractive rooms; fine location; also
garage. Phone wctister 633S.
FOR RENT Furnished room, near cur,
1518 Lake St. Web. 3738.
ALSO single room, garage in rear.
So. 19th St. Doualaa 4963.
2564 MARCY Large room, light house
keeping. Douglas 9183
3C10 DODGE Comfy,
modern room. H.
LARGE room, modern home; 2 ladles.
BOARD and room.
619 So. 26th Ave.
FURNISHED room for 2. Col. IS28.
TWO furnished light housekeeping rooms,
private home, no children. 3112 Cali
fornia. H. 4341.
SINGLE rooms; light housekeeping; In
cluding bath: walking distance; block
to car. H. 3737.
TWO ROOMS, light- housekeeping; rca-J
sonable. 2813 Dewey. 1
housekeeping rooms at 2222
110 So. 261 h Ave., 1 room, housekeeping,
600 So. 28th, 2 or 2 well-furnlshod modern
2712 HOWARD 2 front rooms, bath-room
TWO or 2 light housekeeping rucms.
2 MODERN rooms; private home.
3 OR 4 modern furnished ro-ms. Col. 4637.
Board and Rooms.
WANTED Salesladies for vegetable dept.
Apply manager grocery dept., Hayden
COMFY, cool rooms, suitable for two; good
board; walking distance. Douglas 1083.
519 SO. 26TH AVE. ; board, room. D. 8095.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Elght-rocm modern, furnished house,
double garage, shown by appointment
AMOS GRANT CO.,
330-2-4-6-8 Brand. Th Bldg. Doug. 8380.
FOR RENT Strictly modern six-room
house at 4116 Dodge St.. $60 per mo.
Immediate possession. W. G. Clarke,
1610 C St, Lincoln. '
6 -ROOM house for rent, 225 Francis.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
Conveniently Itcated. FurnlsHed
throughout Suites of two and three
rooms, wlh combination tub and shower
bath. Kitchenettes completely eaulDDed.
WcekljT rental IncK-des light, heat, gas,
telephone and maid service. An ideal
home for those wht desire comfort anl
service. tpar'menta shown by appoint-
jiii-nu uoage ana istn. xyier 4200.
114 So. 38th Ave. Two 3-room apart-
jiicma, one iurnisn"a.
333 Securities Bldg.
i OR 3-ROOM furnished apartments with
private Dam; wanting distance. Brown
Apis., 60S n. 21st St. Douglas 6644.
WANTED TO RENT
I am willing to pay a liberal rental
on one year a lease for a modern 7
8-room house in Cathedral or West
rarnam district. Wou d want nosaes.
slon about September 1st to 15th. What
nave you to offer?. Answer before Frl
day. Box Y-1235. Bee.
LET us rent your house or flat. Benjamin
ft Frankenberg. 624 Bee Bldg
FOR RENT Business Property.
WAREHOUSE space in modern six-story
i-unureie warenouse; on gooa tracKage;
rates reasonable. Call G. H. Ruthop.
FOR RENT In Dundee, store' room. 5019
inaerwooa. inquire 601S California.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses
SMALL family wants to rent a six or
seven room house In Dundee or Field
Club district Good references. H. I.
Dodson. Nebraska Telephone Co.
FOR RENT Business Pioperty.
FOR RENT Warehouse t 19th and
Nicholas streets; 52,000 square 'eet;
lnrge elevator. Also building on Leaven
worth street, west of 30th. about 13.000
square feet;- steam heating plant? fine
for storage or gatage. Apply W. G.
Brandt, Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
FOR SALE Saddle horse.
Welterhouse, Ft Omaha.
POULTRY AND PET STfJCK.
MIXED grain $3.76 per 100 lbs., de
llvcred. A. W. Wagner, '801 North 16th
ot. upugiai llz.
DOGS CATS PETS.
YOUNG slngers,l7. Col. 3132.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY NTrANB CO.
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS 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. 4163.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 3400.
GLOBE VAN, TRANSFER AND
For real service In hauling or stor
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
Auto or wagon service.
IINIOV TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your movli.g, packing
and storage. 1605 Davenport. Doug. 20J.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
Buy a Guy L. Smith
A SAFE INVESTMENT,
We always have a few first-class
used car j 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 lA NEW FORD DRIVE
THE MOST ECONOMICAT, AUTO
MOBILING; CHEAPER THAN OWN
ING A CR. NKW A-l CONDITION.
SF.LF-STARTEhS OPEN DAY, AND
NIGHT THE 365 DAYS.
1314 HOWARD STREET. DOUG. $622.
A REAL BARGAIN
National T-paasenger, in excellent cone
dltlon; only been driven 2.600 mllest
looks snd runs like new; dandy car iof
a large family; will sell at real sacri
flee; very liberal terms If desired. .
MORSE-STUTZ MOTOR CAR CO., ,
2427 Farnam St Douglas 1311. J
, This week we will release an Essex;
Sedan demonstrator used 2.20a mt)B In
this city only. Just like new. Same
guarantee aa a new one. A smart and
economical little sedan for a lady to
drive. Call Douglas 1970 anl make a
date for home .demonstration.
- GUY L. SMITH,
26th and Farnnm.
1920 FORD COUPE.
Starter, demountable rims. Hassler
shock absorbers. Victor lock, double
feal piston rings: In excellent condition;
$785 cash, $815 terms.
OMAHA DISTRIBUTORS CORP.
724 South lfth St.
WE SAVE YOU
$5 out of every $10 on auto Insurance.
Phone Dnuglaa '7768. 312 Peters Trust
Bldg. Continental Inv. Co.
19J0 MAXWELL AT HALF LIST PRICE.
'19 OVERLAND 90, LIKE NEW, $400.
'18 SCRIPPS, $400. '18 BRISCOE, $226.
SOME bargalna In usvd Ford cars. Mc-
carrrey Motor Co. Ths Handy Ford
Service 8tatlon. 16th and Jackson. Doug
1918 KING 8 sport model car; wire wheels.
etc.: cash,' terina or Liberty bonds, cr
smaller car accepted as part payment
Address Box R-68, Omaha Dee.
DO YOU want a good automobile at a
bargain price? Alt makes and sizes.
Terms or cash. Call Mr. Jones, D. 6188.
FORDS, DODGES, BUICK FOR SALE OR
TKADK. EAST TKRMS. CALL 8. 191.
O'ROUKE AUTO CO.. 3701 S. 24th St
BARGAIN'S In new and used cars. Also
Ford bodies, at Goldstrum Auto Sales.
1318 Harney St. Tyler 714.
KTUDEBAKER. fine condition, for ssle at
bargain. Leaving city. Address Box R, 96,
THI3 DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY.
2520 Farnam 8t
OAKLAND Fenslble Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO
23o9 Farnam Bt.
good used cara to selscl
from. All rtrlces.
MEEKS AUTO CQ1:J02Farnam.
WANTED For apot cash. 100 used csre,
quick action: no delay. Auto Kichangs
Co 2059 Farnam St. Douglas 6035.
SCRIPPS-BOOTH, first-class shape, cord
tires, severnl extras, bargain for quick
cash sale. H. 2781.
FORD Sedan, 1917, Grey-Davis starter.
$500. Call Tyler 886. 2662 Leaven
worth. CHALMERS 6-cyl,. 7-paes. cheap for cash.
rerrect running condition. Col. 4679.
1920 FORD RUNABOUT or truck; good
condition: for aale. Walnut 6649;
FORD touring fire condition; reasonable)
oat gain, wox n-, umana nee.
1917 late model Ford roadster, A-l condi
tion ,T a 1 1 at 2957 Harney street
SCRIPPS-BOOTH 8, Chummy, cord tires.
fine condition. Harney 2781.
FORD touring. 1917. real bargain.
Hiirney 2(90 after 6 p. m.
1918 STUDEBAKER. just like new, flrst-
ciass condition. Tyler 1466.
DODGE touring ca"-; excellent condition;.
n-asonapie. i'oug. aD.
DANDY service tru'k for sale; a bargain.
t ail .Mr. .len.-ven. 'y14')40;
NEW Oveiland touring at wholesale. Dg.
WANTED A good second-hand Ford
Touring car or Sedan body with top and
windshield, also Ford radiator. Give
complete Information with price. Bon
Y 12 3 1 Bee.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
WE HAVE a number of guaranteed re
built bicycles priced as low as $20. Vlc
tor H. Rons, 27th and Leavenworth.
DANDY bicycle, steel rim snd" clincher
tires. $15. 2514 H St So. 3543.
Reparing and Painting.
RADIATOR CORES INSTALLED.
Manufactured In Omaha, 24-hour serv
ice for auto truck and tractor. Exp-rt
radiator and fender repairing; body
dents removed; new fenders made.
OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR ivIFO. CO.,
1819 Cuming St. Tyler 917.
Tires and Supplies.
30x3. $5.00; 30x3H. $6.00.
All, sIzm In proportion. Look ove
our rebulliu. Opn Sundays. Tyler 2986.
S A VICE TIRES.
908 N. 16th St Keystone Tire Shop.
NEW TIRES FIRST-CLASS.
Sflx? $10.95 ' 32x4 $10.95
30x3 13 95 I 33x4 20.95
26xt 29.96 34x4 23.9$
GOODRICH FORD TUBES. $3.50.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 1 722 CUMING.
NEW GUARANTEED TIRES.
30x3 $ 9.75 I 33x4 $21.50
30X3 ft iz
12.90 I 34x4 SI. 75 f
lRD TIUE CO., 410 Nd. 16th. 1
Colorado T.anrla. V. i ,
FOR THE RENTER
and the man with smsll means that
wants a home I have soma very good
places near "Cheyenne Wells, Colo., thst
will suit you at bargain prices with
E. M. HOTTORFF. Phone Harney $835.
3520 Martha St., Omaha, Neb.
360 Lucas county, la., corn farm. Level
tractor land in cultivation. No better in
state. Price, $200. Mortgage, $25,000, t
per cent; wants clear Canada for
equity. 800 Keith county, Neb., In culti
vation. Improved. Price, $100. Mortgage,
$28,000, 6 per cent. Wants Omaha prop
erty.W. J. Good, Castle hotel. Omaha,
GOOD LAND ON CREDIT.
Big opportunities for you In Kalkaska
and Antrim roomies Mich. Mnke a
home on hardwood land, growing blk
crops of clover, alfalfa, grains, pota
toes, etc.; $15 to $35 per acre; easy
terms; 10 to 160 acres; schools, churches,
markets, railroads own your own home;
booklet free, fcwilgart Land Co.. J 1253)
First Nat'l Bank Bldg.. Chicago. III.
FOR SALE 640 acres Deuel county. Neb.,
land; will divide; finest of them ill;
600 acres under plow. $20,000 worth
brand new Improvements; $28,000 loan,
3 to 5 years 6 per cent; balance 'i cash
or good exchange. Price $126 per
acre and worth the money. Wire you're
enroute. 3-e It today. T. A. Smith,
Juleaburg, Colo. :
FOR SALE 1(10 acres in Custer county, 2
miles from Ansley; good Improvements;
7il acres in corn, 30 acres of sweet eorn,
balance hayland and pasture; will sell
horses, machinery and give possession
at once. B. Jones Ansley, Neb.
4,000 ACRES Box Butte county farm am
$25 to $35 an acre In half section lots.
S. S. AND R. E. MONTGOMERY,
213 CltyNatlonal Bank Bldg;
YOUR FARM OR "RANCH
turned quickly Into cash by our unique
method. Write for booklet. Nebraska
)tvAun!lonc., Central City. Neb.
A. A. PATZMAK. Farms. 11 Karbach Blk.
South Dakota Lands.
RANCH for sale. Meade county, S. D., one
ot tne dcsi small ranrnes in the north
west: 640 acres fine sandy loam, no
gumbo; 40 acres alfalfa, much SBors
good alfalfa land: timber. natuVal sltel
ter; living springs, pure water; good
small house, long distance phone;
garage; barn, 40x32; ahed, 30x:;
other buildings; fenced and cross-fenced;
windmill; corrals, etc. All in good re
pair and ready to operate. This must
be sold at once and for only $20 per
acre. Will carry $6,000 at 6 per cent.
John P. Everett, Lyons. Nebraska.
Bee Want Ads Will Boost Your
Business. Use Tliem.
Real Estate Loans.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
416-4H Keellne Bldg.
OMAHA lOMES EAST. NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
101Om. NitBk. Bldg. Doug. J7H.
DIAMONDS ANJD JEWELRY LOANS
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashock. 1514 Dodge. D. 5611, Es. 1891.
prTvatf money. '
$100 to $10.(100 mads promptly.
F. D. WEAO Wend Bldg.. 21 sT 18th St.
SHOPBN ft COMPANY. Doug.
PROMPT service, reasonable rates,' private
money, Garvin Bros., 141 Omaha. Pi'
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