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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
CAREY Wm. J. aged 64. He Is sur
vived, besides his widow, Mrs. Hanorlia
Carey, by ooc won. Michael McCarthy;
6 daughters. Airs. A. H. Mtddnugh, Miss
Helen Carey. .Mrs. Robert E. Dnlan.
Mrs. Anton Schnevkb-rger, Mrs. Fred
Ruth. Funeral Thursday morning from
wtdesce, 2204 S. 10th St. at H:30 a. in.
10 St. Patrick's church 9:00 a. in. In
terment St. Marys cemetery.
CARD Of THANKS.
WR WISH to extend our thanks to our
many frlenda and neighbors, also lodges
B. R. C. of A.. No. "49: Benson lodge
No. 221, I. O. O. F., Hesterian encamp
ment No. 2 I. O. O. F., and B. R. C. of
A., for their kindness and sympathy
during our late bereavement at the
death of our beloved husband, son and
brother. Mrs. Ethel Kocar, Mra. Fran
da Kocar and family.
""HULSE & RIEPEN,
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
T01 South 11th St. Douglas 1 226.
STACK & FALCONER,
Thlrtj -third and Farnam.
TAGGART & SON,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALME-RS.
Telephone Douglas 714. 32 1ft Cuming St.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,'
Undertakers and Emta liners.
Phone H. 266. Office 2611 Farnam.
LEE L. LARMON
1S1JI Douglas St, Dougles g;44.
JOHN BATH. lMh and Faronm. D. 3000.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births George and Teresa Smith, hospi
tal, girl; Roland and Ethel .OrOonuul, mH
pltal. girl; Charles and Mary William",
hospital, boy; William and Alblna Hnkcr,
hospital, girt; William and Maud Chaves,
hospital, girl: William and Myrtle Han
dera, hospital, boy: Victor end' Lottie
Ganz. hospital, boy; Jake and Bessie Ros
enthal, Omaha, girl: Joseph and Julie
Bolos, -1442 South Thirteenth street, boy;
John and Elllana Sleccnsky. 3610 South
Twenty-fifth street, boy; Edward and
Ella Nelswanger, 4431 South Twenty-sixth
freest, girl; Amos and Esther Smith, 1612
Sprsgue street, hly: Edward and Mary
Cartwrlghi, 314 North Fifteenth street,
boy; Nelson and Emma Reuner. Ralston,
Neb., girl; Robert and Helen Miller. 452
South Thirty-eighth avenue, boy; Frank
and J. sura Mullrk, 6S23 Military avenue,
flrl: Sehastlsno and Lalvatora Marehrsi,
1314 South Sixth street, girl: Vlnrenso end
Rosa Coco, 1117 South Heventh street, girl.
Oeaths Nancy Jane Thompson, 67 years
ld. 23n3 I, street; Walter Leroy Selhy, 65
rears old. 4808 Davenport street; Mrs. Es
ther Rehfildt, 21 years old, hospital; Mrs.
Anna Keefe. ! years old, hospital: Baby
Sanders, Infant, hospital; George Dwyer,
7 '( old, 1712 Burt street: Kate
Kumph. 68 years old, lf15 California
itreet: Minnie K. Curtis. 61 years old. 1S44
Vorth' Sixteenth street; Archie Balrd
Burk, !3 years old, 418 South Fifteenth
itreet; O. S. Moen, -53 oears old, hospital.
The following couples have been issued
licenses to wed:
tnhn G. Houska, 52. Omaha, and Marie
Schoenlng, 19, Council Bluffs, la.
Vincent J. Caerwtnsk) 14, Omaha, and
Clara Stollnskl.' 24. Omaha.
Alfred B. McKelth, over 21. Wlsner,
Neb., and Adelaide Hull, over 18, Wlsner,
Waller 9. Collins, 33, Omaha, and Hattle
II uber, 29, Omaha.
Michael Toth, 21, Omaha, and Irene
Nemeth, 18, Omaha.
Harry M. Levin, over !t. Defiance, Ia
and liottle Horn, over 18, Omaha.
Edward J. Mulholland .27, Omaha, and
Thelma L. MrMahon, 19, Omaha.
Arthur Wilson, 26, Leon la., and Nora
Thompson, 26, I. eon, la.
Henry Andresen, 29. Millard, Neb., and
Elsie Retmers, 26, Millard Neb.
James Frosh 46, Clark Grove, Minn..
and Harriet Williams, 29, Oinaha.
v James- I Hamilton, 24, Walthlll, Neb.,
and Mable Merrick, 18, Walthlll, Neb.
John D. Pavllk, 30, Verdlgree, Neb., and
Agnts I Nedorost, 27, Verdlgree, Neb.
Rimer D. Small, 23, Omaha, and Ruth
Cullen, 19, Omaha,
Oeorge C. Flack, 2926 North Forty-nlth
avenue, frame dwelling. 13,00a.
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
LOST On Center street between 35th
and aviation field, gray gabardine raln
( ' coat. Finder call E. A. Coltemlre.
Council Bluffs 1341 and receive liberal
FOR ARTICLES T,OST on street cara tele
phone Tyler 800. We are anxious to re
store lost articles to rightful- owners.
OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RT.
LOST Invoice book, aluminum cover, con
taining check, between 13th and Blvd.
and Avery, Neb., on lower road. Re
ward. - Louis H. Clnek, 3212 S. 24th St,
LOST A black grip with two handles
containing clothing, between 13th and
Jones and 3tst and Pacific Sts. Finder
please call Harney 1200. Reward.
LOST Sliver-top handbag containing $12
small change. Tyler 3400; after 5, Tyler
35 HEW ARD for the return of 30 lost
Monday morning. Web. 83.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
v Sealed bids will be received at the of
fice of the County Auditor, Ida Drove,
Iowa, until 1 :S0 o'clock p. in., September
7th, 1920. for grading, draining' and In
cidental Work on the primary road from
Holsteln southeast through Ida Grove and
Bids will be opened at the above office
promptly after the time for receiving
same has br-ca closed.
A certified check for five (5) per cent
f bid, made payable to the county audi
tor, shall be filed with rsch bid, which.
In rase of a bidder receiving the award,
should lie fall to execute a contract and
file bond within ten (10) daye after the
acceptance of his bid. shall be retained
by the county as liquidated damages.
The proposed -work consists of con
structing approximately 19.02 miles to
finished grade, Involving approximately
169,001 cu. yd. of excavation. 16,40 lln.
ft. of 6-lnch tile drain. 1.500 lln. ft. 7
inch tile drain, S.S7S lln. ft. 8-lnch tile
drain, and one tile Intake. .
Plkns and specifications for the work
may be seen and may be secured at the
above office or at the office of the
countv engineer. Ida Grove, Iowa, or at
the office of the State Highway Commis
sion at Ames. Iwa. The county reserves
the right to waive all technicalities and
to relect any or all bids. All contracts
awarded for this work are subject to the
approval of the State Highway Commis
sion before becoming effective as eon
tracts. E. H. PHILLIPS,
A-ignft 83, 1920, County Auditor.
TO AVIATORS: Don't overlook the Oma
ha to Crawford airplane race: the first
in the etatr; wcellent Opportunity lor
manufacturers U demonstrate their
planes. Race starts from Omaha te-
tween 8 and 3 o'clock on the morning
nf Scntembe 16 Each plans mint
land at Grand Is'.and where the mayor
will give the their clearance card".
The next lending Is the goal at Craw
fird. Each plane to circle ovr the
cliv one and le.nd on the landing ft fid
in Crawford city park. 11,000 to the
first. 8600 to tn second, and $300 to
the third. Gasoline, oil and hotel bills
Willis In the c'ty during the fair to all
losers. free license to carry passengers
It all eoavstai.ts and no planes allowed
t j carrT- oassencers during the' fair ex
cept those who have competed in the
race. All arUiors are Invited to join
In this, the fir-, race of Its kind in the
west, and to which people nf the state
will be looking forward. The line of
travel will be from Omaha to rremowr,
Cnlumbui. firjnd Island. Broken Bow,
Alliance and l.en to Crawford. Write
to for fsrthee information. Crawfjrd
Trl-State FaL' Association. Aran L.
Hungerfnrd, fiesldent: Dr. B. e.
lileharUF. secretary , Crawford, Dawes
' county. Ne'. raska.
PERKINS COUNTY will hold its eighth
annual fair at Grant, Neb., on September
i- S anJ, J. 19:e. F. A. Edwards. Secy.
I JUVT HATE
TO LOO AT
there to H
MUCH TROU&LE I
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. 'We distribute.
Phone Poug. 4136 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home,
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
ELECTRIC baths, Swedish or elec. mas
asge, In home, or will go out. Web. 5911.
NURSE takes patients, prlv, homes. Wal.
ELECTRO Therapy massage. 318 Neville
SYSTEM of Swedish Massage In horns or
will go out. Douglas 954
MASSAGE 310 North Seventeenth 8t.
WANTED Candy wheels. 49 show, doll
racks, ferrls wheel, merry-go-round,
grease joints, juice joints. Sept. 9, lu,
II. 1920. at Uraddyville, la. 3 good days.
Write P. E. Carver, Secy. What have
P I P'k" T'N ' S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY, IncorpotHted. Douglas 1107.
ArllngtonBlk. OniTha, Neb.
JAMES ALLAN. 312 Neville Blk. Evi
dttnre scured4n all cases. Tyler 1136.
r.Kl.lABI.K Detective Bureau, Railway
Ex. Dlrtg. Dona,, 2066. Night, Col. 4G5.
Carrie J. Burford, 620 Paxlon Bld D. 11 Si.
KEEP'S-Hot el Rome, reopens Saturday,
Aug. 2. Call Doug.j 2681 or Har. 2792,
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. 6. W. Bid.
TRUCKS FOR HIRE
Tour haullmf contracted by day,
month o. year. Trucks all sizes; best
service. b.st rates. Phone. Tyler 1976.
Hemstitching 2nd Pleating.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst box
1-leatlng, covered buttons, all sixes and
styles: henistltchirrf. plcot editing, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennat.ts.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co.. 308
Brown Blk. Douglas 1936.
Top Notch Shop Hemstitching, braiding,
beading, all kinds pleating. Doug. 6011.
Room S3. Douglas Blk., 16th and Dodge.
Gas Stoves Connected.
CONNECTIONS, 2. house piping, H. 1619.
Painting and Paperhanging
GOOD painting, paperhanging. Quick
service. Reasonable prlces. Web. 2733.
PAINTING, papering; lowest prices.
PAINTING. paperhanging, piasteilng.
FIRST-CLASS paperhanging, painting. D.
PAINTING and paperhanging. Wtl. 6452".
JAMES W. MARTIN. Talent Attorney,
1716 Dodge St. Patent your Invention
and sell It to a manufacturer who
QJ A 'pTrqBAROAINS. 12th Farnam.
OATTjO j j DM.,,ht Safe Co.
We rent, repair, sell needles and parti.
Uttf ni Harney. Douglas. 1973
to buy back at small profit. GROSS
JEWELRY. CO. 403 N. 16th St. Doug
WB WRITE fire, tornado, automobile, in
demnity, ourglary and all other forms
of Insurance. Edward F. Williams Co.,
.803-804 Omaha Nat Bank. Doug. 420.
PAXTON-M ITCHELL CO.
21th and Martha Sts., Omaha, Neb
Brass, bronxe, nlumlnum and machine
gray iron castings.
SAFETY razor blades sharpened, new ra
' rors, razor blades sold. Omaha Razor
Sharpening Co.. 1522V, Dodge. 103 N. 16.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlalto Drug Store, 16th
rna puugiag sts.. omana. reo
HATS cleaned and blocked while vou wait.
. at Pnxton Hat Works, J607U Farnam
St. Work guaranteed.- P., 6939
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co., 1607
.1. WEBORC!. piano tuner. Call Web3ter
2M1 at 7 a. m. Just back from Minne-
PIANO class lessons for beginners, 60s;
Rraduate experienced teacher, Colfax
JOHNSON, chimney sweep and furnace
cleaning, repairs; 20 years' experience.
CARPENTERING, repairing and remodel
ing done. L. J. Erlckson. Call Walnut
FULL dress suits and tuxedos for rent.
109 N. 16th St. John Feldman. P. 3138.
OMAHA WELPINO CO. "The Careful
Welders.'' 15th and Jackson. D. 4397.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Douglaa PrlntingCo. ' Tel. Douglas 644.
CARPENTERING, contracting, building.
City Mattress Co., mattresses remade. U.
RENT Hoover sweeper.
WEAVING, old rugs remade. Tyler 14::3.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S. 11 th. D? 628.
DRESSMAKING All kinds. Web. 6623.
Furniture and Household Goods.
MOVING to California, will sacrifice fur
niture of B-room bungalow, Including gas
fange, 3300 piano, $200 phonograph, rugs,
curtains and drapes. All for only $750.
Real bargain. Call Walnut 1307 or ad-
liress Box R-82. Omaha Bee.
WE buy old and new furniture, we pay
best prlco. Eureka Furniture Co. Web.
FURNITURE of 4-room apt., also apt.
for rent, 330. Oncarllne.Doug. 192S.
FUMED oak dining tables, ( chalrsrHar
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
ATHOSPE co. stsjj:
Pianos for rent, 9 4. 00 per m-ntii.
DltUMS. traps, marimbas, instructions,
repairing. Phone Harney 4967. Geo, A.
Smith. 2761 Davenport 8t.
MUS'T SACRIFICE my new $350 phono
graph for 9190. Address Box R. 74. Om
PLAYER PIANO, almost new, 120 rolls
and bench. Cheap. Douglas 9048.
MAHOGANY Vlctrola. with 25 records",
bargain for quick sale. Tyler 2991.
PHONOGRAPH for sale at bargain. Leav
ing city. Hox.Jt-76. Omaha,
PIANO, cheap, nave no room. South 723.
PLAYER piano. Leaving 'city, p 1929.
Typewriters tnd Supplies.
ADD I KG MACHINES
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
Get our price before you buy. Every
Central Typrewriter Exc.
Douglas 3130. 1912 Farnam.
WE buy. sell and exchange a, I makes
" of typewriters. Write for list. Midland
Office Supply Co.. 1404 Dodge.
ALL MAKEs'Typewrtter Co.. "alllnakes,"
205a18th St. Tyler 2414.
ROYAL typewriters, HI models, for rent.
Royal, Typewriter Co., 316 S. 19th 61
FROTECTOGRAi-HS, P "K.'s; bargains.
3:0 Neville Bldf. i
r Y, i )
N' SevE DON'T
HA.VE TO LOOC
req T' i
GLASS FOR SALE.
SIZES 6x7, 6x8, 8x10, BEST GRADE;
CAN BE USED FOR HOT HOUSES,
WIRELESS SETS, ETC.
NEW YORK CONCORD GRAPES for
jelly; table use, grape juices, or juices
of grapes. "Bring your baskets." Prices
right for first-class fruit. Houston
jrrult Farm, 8703 No. 36th St.Col. 4464.
OMAHA 'PILLOW CO. Feather mattress
es made from your own feathers, sum
mer and winter sides. Pillows renovated
and made up In new featherproof tlck-
lng. 1907CumIng. D.2467.
ATTENTION YOUNG LAWYERS!
Law office equipment for sale. Call
at 316 McCague Bldg. before Aug; 25th
or phone Douglas 1324. Mrs. Dundey.
GARAGE, closing out shop, complete lino
of machinery for sale. Uuick Motor Co,,
327 West Broadway, Council Bluffs. Ia.
WE buy, sell ssfes, make desks, show
cases, etc. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co.,
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas.D. 2724.
WILL sacrifice perfect Vi'esselton diamond
ring set in pent' mounting. Call
Blessing, Douglas S H 8.
TOMATOES, 31 per hiishel. E. J. Bak
er's Truck Farm, Bennon Acres. Wal
FOR SALE Large floor mirror, plate
glass, suitable for clothier. Bargain.
1 710 No. 24th.
FOR SAt.K 5 year lease on fine suite
of office In best office building in the
city. Bry A-4, Omaha Bee.
SECTIONAL bookcase?, library table, por
tleres, etc S611 Jackson. Har. 1466.
SAFE for sale. 76: bargain. F. II. Gross
man. -400 First Natl. Bk Bldg.
GRATES for sale. Walstrom, 60lh and
Sprague. Colfax 1 91 S.
WINC H EST ER .22 sped al rlf!. Col. 277 0.
CAPET suit. size -,16, "Harney 4955.
KINDLING and"lumbcr. Web. 459.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks boupht, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. D. 6146.
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT.
MACK'S BOND HOUSE.
1 4 21 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 3644.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
furniture. Ty. 2598. A. Zavett, 706 N. 16.
WANT to1 buy Ford chassis on one-ton
Ford truck. Call Lester. Tyler 345.
BEST prices, furniture, clothing. Ty. 859.
CHEMIST with six years' experience In
chemistry and essay work wants con
nection with reliable firm; best of ref
erences. Address Box R-65, Bee.
REFINED whits chauffeur wishes posi
tion In private family. Best of refer
snces. Address Box X-57, Omaha Bee.
EXPERIENCED carpenter wants work.
Watch - the Domestle column of Th
Bee. . Lots of good places arc always
advertised. Don't miss them.
TOUNG practical nurse, out of town, de
sires pnditlon as phystcian'e assistant.
Office experience. References. Address
Box Y 124L Bee. j j
WANTED-Cooklng, hotel or restaurant.
Web. 6308. ; -
Laundry and Day Work
WOMAN wants day work. Call Afro
American Employment Agency. 2522 Vi
Lake. Web. 6976.
work: . experienced.
BUNDLE washing, day work, experienced.
DAT WORK wanted; experienced. Web
WANTED Dsy work, experienced. Doug-
DAYWORK, all kinds; references. South
BUNDLE washing; day work. Webster
DAT work wanted; colored lady. Web,
DAT work wanted; experienced. Web.
COLORED woman wants laundry. Web
BUNDLE WASHING; soft wator. Web
KITCHEN work. cleaning, day work,
colored glrL Web. 4505.
DAT work, cleaning, cooking; colored.
LAUNDRY, day-work. Call p. m. Web
DAY WORK, cleaning, laundry, expe
rienced. Dg. 8368.
LAUNDRY, cleaning. Mrs. Gibson. Col, 3234.
DAY work wanted; experienced Web 2238.
DAY work. exp colored lady. Web. 3863.
LAUNDRY, day work, exp. Web. 6727.
BUNDLE washing wanted. Webster 1349.
DAY work wanted, experienced. Web. 6469.
BUNDLE WASHING wanted. Web. 2461.
BUNDLE washing, Webster 3303
BUNDLE washing soft water. Web. 6949.
DAYWORK, houiecleanlng. Webster 6219.
DAY work, exp., competent. Tyler 3 1 58;
BUNDLE washing wantd. Web. 6619.
LAUNDRY work. Mrs. Gibson. Cot. S234.
WANT LAUNDRY work. Web. 1256.
DAT work, housecieanlng. H. BI29.
WORK by day or hour. Web. 3449.
BUNDLE washing. Webster 3303.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
BKKPR. and cashier, small wholesale
house, 9160; asst. bkkpr., young man,
9126; steno., credit dept. wholesale
house, $126; general office clerk, credit
dept. wholesale, $126; record clerk, con
struction company, out of town, $110;
traveling salesman, staple line, estab
lished trade, $200. expenses and com
mission. WESTERN REFERENCE BOND ASSN.
736 First National Bank B!dj
BOOKKEEPER, good future, $135; steno.,
$125; office clerk, credit dept.. $100.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
912 First National Bank Bldg. ,
WANTED Young man for filling orders
and help in stork; steady position. The
' Robert Dempster Co.. 1813 Farnam St.
P. B. X. Orerqtor wanted. Dresner Bros.
Prof ssions and Trades.
WANTED AT ONCE
ON NEW WAREHOUSE
WAGES 60C PER HOUR.
- T. F. REINER,
i CARROLL, IOWA.
First-class. a! round engraver; also
si-prentlce for ecr.pt and plain letters,
recuttlng mach'tie work; steady posi
tion Karri full nartlritlar a XMnit-1
Embossing A Engraving Co., Kansas
yy n n
IT 3EEr) TEiRtauE
WIFE TOBE A.LONE
HER HOOMO HVINC,
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
ERICSON, NKB., a village of 250,
drawing trade frorn an unlimitid
territory, needs a good experi
enced butcher. Butcher shop and
. equipment, good ice supply and
ice hcune a'.' available; splendid
opportunity; liberal patronage as
sured, for further information
Ericson Community Club,
' V. H. Breeden, Pres.
FORD AND FORDSON
capable of holding position of
CADD0CK & BURKE, ,
AUTHORIZED, FORD SALES 1
WANTED Two electric arc welders by
manufacturers of pipe and tanks In
Portland, Oregon, who are neat and
rapid In their work and thoroughly ex
perienced In welding from sixteen
gauge to quarter-inch plate, especially
In tanks and pipe. Pennanent position,
good working conditions, and an ideal
climate. Wages 82 cents per hour and
bonus. In answering sate age. number
of years welding experience and name
of present and past employers. Coast
Cuhert and Flume Company, Portland,
WANTED York Republican wants good
all-eround printer to take charge of
printing department. Must be capable
of producing superior printing products.
State your qualifications and experience.
Do it quick. Republican Printing Co.,
BRICK masons required for work at
Casper, Wyo. Rale $10.00 per day eight
hours. Steady work. Apply Midwest
Refining Company, Casper, or L. C.
Welch, P. O. Box 240. Denver, Colo.
A" ANTED Young man for raised emboss
ing work; steady position, good pay;
must be energetic: experience not neces
sary. The Robert Dempster Co., 1813
Fa r n a m St.
WANTED A reliable man capable of tak
ing charge of our shipping and stock
room; must have pep and know your
business. Salary depends on your abll-
lly. Box A-65. Omaha Bee.
YOUNG man, study law. Eve. downtown
sessions. Unlver. of Omaha Law Dept.
Thorough course; nomlnsl tuition. Bee.
404Omaha National Bldg.
LINOLEUM layer and carpet man wanted.
Good position and salary. Write. Give
full particulars. C. H. Hill Furniture Co.,
Ft. Dodge, Iowa. .
GOOD vulcsniser; none but A-No-1 need
apply. Wire salary and experience; must
be In Casper September 1. Casper Sup-
ply Co.. Casper, Wyo.
WANTEDr Man experienced in amateur
. finishing; must be capable of earning
good salary. The Robert Dempster Co.,
1813 Farnam St.
WANTED Timekeeper for construction
work; good salary- Apply Bates &
Rogers Construction Co., Fremont, Neb.
MOLE Ft BARBER COLLEGE.
110 SO. 14TH ST. CATALOGUE FREE.
GORDON press feeder wanted. Douglas
Trlntlng Co.. 109 N. 18th St.
GOOD bushelman who knows how to
press. Call Harney 3997.
SHOE salesman wanted, Phillips Dept.
Store, So. Side.
AUTO mechanic wanted. Walnut 4743.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
CITY OR COUNTRY.
Experience u n n e cessary.
You can make up to $500
per week selling oil leases
for Gulf Coast Develop
ment & Refining Company
of Omaha. You are losing
time and money until you
become Identified with our
selling force. You will never
be ' disappointed in the
methods employed and the 1
assistance rendered from
the office to every individ
ual salesman connected with
our t organization. Write,
wire or call on the
740 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Long distance phone Tyler 398.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESMAN.
For silks: also wool dress goods
Departments; steady position.
WANTED Salesman for Omaha and vi
cinity. Young man, some previous suc
cessful wholesale selling experience, to
represent us, retail grocery trade: per
manent opportunity for advancement for
real selling ability. Address, giving
age, reference, list of previous em
ployers, amount starting salary expected.
Retail Sales Department, The Quaker
Oats Co., Railway Exchange Bldg., Chl
SPECIALTT salesman on silverware, rutcs
and blankets; can use couple of good
men out of town work.. C F. Adams
Co., 623 So. 16th St.
SPECIALTT salesman on silverware, rugs
and blankets; can use couple of good
men out of town work. C. F. Adams
Co.. 623 So. 16th St. -
SALESMEN calling on cigar, confection
ery. drug and billiard trade to sell Zln
Zln confection. It's a prize. Write today.
Premium Novelty Works. TOO East 40th
WANTED Salesmen" with established
trade In Nebraska, to carry 14 samples
men's welt shoes. Can be carried as a
(Ids line. E. B. Plekenbrock k. Bona,
WANTED A No. 1 dry goods salesman.
Philips Dept. Store. 24th and O Sts
Agents and Canvassers. '
WANTED State distributors for tho
worlds best horse twitch: easy to sell;
farmers buy it: big commissions; some
good states open. Dr. McCall Ona
Man Twitch. Co., Grand Island, Neb.
SEE JICGS AND MAGGIE IN FULL .
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
WOULD VOO eVA,iT
FOR ME. ON THE
IF WCSiE TO
HELP WANTED MALE.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED Jewelers and stone setters.
Meyer Jewelry Co., Boley Bldg., Kansas
. SEVERAL WANTED
FOR OFFICE WORK, 16
YEARS OR OVER.
APPLY OFFICE MANAGER,
SWIFT & CO.,
SOUTH SIDE, OMAHA.
AN OFFICE BOY.
MORRIS & CO.
BOY WANTED FOR ALL DAY
JEE MR. HADLEY, BEE
204 BEE BLDG.
MUST BE 16 YEARS OLD.
FOR GENERAL OFFICE WORK.
SPLENDID ' OPPORTUNITY.
MORRIS & CO. OEN'L OFFICES,
We have aeveral openings for young
men to learn telephone switchboard in
stallation work: liberal starting salary,
with opportunity for advancement in
an interesting Job. Apply Room 218,
Telephone- Bldg.. 9 a. m. and 4 p. m.
V ANTED Boy to wait on tables at soda
fountain. Beaton Drug Co
iVANTED Messenger boy. Live Stock Na
tional Bank.. South Slde
UNION STOCK YARDS,
IN DRIVING THE WHITE.
UPDIKE LUMBER & COAL
15.TH AND WEBSTER STS.
WB have a wonderful position open In our
delivery department for a young or
middle-aged man who has had some
selling experience, one who Is willing to
work and Is able to drive a Ford car.
We have a good proposition to offer.
Do not telephone. Ask for Mr. Lester,
Dresher Bros., 2217 Farnam.
PORTERS. PERMANENT PO
SITION AND GOOD SALA
RIES. APPLY SUPT. ON BAL
CONY, BRANDEIS STORES.
APPLY ROOM 825.
W. O. W. BLDG.
YOUNG man with some experience In un
dertaking business, who is a careful au
tomobile driver. G. H. Brewer, 4609
EXPERIENCED mechanic -wanted. Ap
ply Military Garage, Benson, Neb., 6116
WANTED Man to wash windows and
floors. Wise Memorial. 25th and Har
ney. YOUNG boy, over 18. for Rlalto Candy
Kitchen. 1418 Douglas.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
CASHIERS AND INSPECTORS.
GOOD PAY1 AND PERMANENT
APPtT GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE,
WANTED Young ladies to enroll In our
short courses tn shorthand, typewriting,
accounting, auditing and general office
training. By our method of individual
Instruction In these courses you can
qualify for a high class position in from
four to six months. We secure a posi
tion for yon just as soon as you are able
too fill It. Enroll now In our day or
evening classes. Tuition rates are reason
able, payable in monthly Installments.
Call and see ua or telephone your regl".
tratlon. Phone Douglas 7415. Dworak
School of Accounting, second flour Wead
Bldg., Eighteenth, and Farnam.
I II II I ' ' -v
i i ex
) NEVE.R. KMEvW THERE
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iTTlt 38 iao st tan PiATuas Sfsvws. ic.
bO - I'VE
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 5 IV M.
American Telephone &
STENO.. small office. $100: steno., to
manager, uptown office, 8125; steno..
Insurance office, $130: sleno., north
9-iwhi, 1 1-S ; bkkpr., Elliot t-Flsher op
erator, flit); steno. and bkkpr,, 812'';
good typist bllllliB clerk. $1"": P.RX
uperalor, somo typing, tui: ty pint, in
surance nffli-e. $100; TV R.X. operator.
$85: comptometer operator. $100.
WESTERN REFHRENCE BONO ASSN.
736 First National Uanli Bldg.
STENOGRAPHER, private secy"!. $115
8125; billing clerk, figure discounts,
$100; office clerk, good future. $80-$85.
THE MARTI COMPANY.
1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
STENOGRAPHERS. $75 to $125; bkkpr.,
WATTS REF.CO., 91 2 .Ist Nat. Bank.
BOOKKEEPER and""nfflce girl. Apply
-Adams Laundry. 1U-17 California.
EXPERIENCED P. B. X. operator. Black
WANTED -P.-B. X. operator. Dresljer
Professions and Trades.
Do you want a permanent position?
No profession today offers better op
portunities for good salaries and steady
employment than local or long distance
The work Is fascinating, pleasant,
healthful surroundings, annual --aca
tlons with full pay. Sick and accident
benefit without cost to employes.
No experience necessary. Substantial
weekly pay while In training. Rapid
Parentalnvlted to Investigate working
: New Telephone Building.
Nineteenth and Douglaa Streets.
MRS. KNEPPER, .
WANTED Sewing machine operator for
auto tops and seat covers. Auto Trim
ming & Equipment Co., 1718 Cass. Dg.
EXPERIENCED girl in hat dept. to re
trim men's hats. Dresher Bros, 2217
AN EXPERIENCED chocolate dipper
wanted, $18 guaranteed. Omaha Candy
WANTED Experienced girl to do press
ing. Carey Cleaning Co., 2401 No. 24th
GIRL wanted in shipping room. Dresher
Bros., 2217 Farnam. -
EXPERIENCED hairdresser wanted. Ty.
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
TO TAKE CHARGE OF STOCK OF
GOOD SALARY, PERMANENT
APPLT GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE,
THE manufacturer of the best selling
line of Dress Shields. .Sanitary Goons
and Waterproof House Aprons on the
Pacific coast is open for representation
In this territory. Give details as to ex
perience in calling on department stores
In first letter. A top-notcber can make
good money. Benedict Mfg. Co., 691
Mission St.. San Francisco.
Household and Domestic. ;
COMPETENT white girl for general house
work: no upstairs work: pleasant room
on second floor; good wages. Harney
EXPERIENCED girl for general house
work: small faintly, no washing, good
wages. 1043 So. 'SOth Ave. Har. 3155.
WANTED Girl for general housework;
good wages. Apt. 209 St. Regis, 37th
and Jones Sts. Har. 4227.
WANTED Nurse maid, three children.
Mrs. Chas. R. Hannar. jr., 803 Second
Ave., CouncilBluffs, Ia.
WHITE girl for general housework. Ref
erences. No washing. Good wages. 6123
Burt. Call Wal. 238.
WANTED Refined girl or woman for
housekeeper. Write Miss E. Grant.
Hayes Center, Neb.
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
Mrs. A. L. Diet. 410 South 38th St.
COMPETENT girl for general house work:
Scandlnavaln preferred; three In family.
WANTED An experienced maid for gen
eral housework. References. Har. 352.
GIRL to ssslst with housework and care
for children; good wages, Wal. 490.
WHITE girl for housework; no washing;
good home tojrlghglrl; Webv1421.
EXPERIENCED colored maid for- general
housework. References. Har. 902.
GIRT Tor hotircwnrk; no washing or
cooklng; Har. 2,.'0S or lUr. 42S5.
WANTED Girl for general housework, no
laundry, goodwages. Wal. 6179,
COMPETENT w"om;in for general house
work: no laundry. Har. 2650.
GIRL t assist with housework ; no wash
ing or cooking. Walnut 1003.
W A N T EDG I rl for general housework.
WANTKI-ilousekeeper. Telephone Coun
tU Bluffs 111. ai
Drawn (or The Bee by McManus.
Copyright, 1920 International News Srreiea.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Hotels and Restaurants.
DISHWASHER wanted; good wages. 16l"2
So. 6th St., Council Bluffs. Phone Red
LAUNDRESS wanted at Old Peoples'
Home. References required. Wal. 3737,
wXlTRESS wanted, good wages. 1512 So.
6th gt Council Bluffs, Phone Red 866.
COOK, best of wages, 1612 So. 6th St.,
Council Bluffs, Phone Red 866.
DINING ROOM. GIRL Wise Memorial
at Wise Memorial Hos-
IS TEARS OF kr.E OR OLDER,
FOn MAILING DEPARTMENT.
STRlICINO blonds and brunettes wanted
for musical comedy company. Prefer
those, who can atng. Wardrobe fur
nished Address with photos. 0 W. Hop
kins, Gayety Theater, Mloux City, Ia.
BIG "SISTERS ASSOCIATION, for the
benefit of business girls. 623 Bee Bldg.
MRL 'wanted for relief work, appiy Wise
Memorla hospital. Tyler 1671.
WANTED Experienced girl for kodak fln
islilng. Ka.se Sludlo.
Male and Female.
WANTED Young men and ladies expe
rienced In soliciting Insurance or maira
r.ine subscriptions or advertising solid
tors. Must furnish references. Big op
portunity to make money. Call 2406
Amen Ave. (Upstairs.)
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to lesrn
barber trade: big demand: wages while
learning; strictly modern. Csll or writs
1403 Dodge St. Trl-Cltv Bsrber College.
TWO OPENING DATES
BOTLKS BUSINESS COLLEGE AND
SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPH T
Day and Night 6chooI.
Write, call or phone Douglas 15(5 for
Boyles Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
amerTcaiTTnpt Ttutb of-business
omaha's efficient business
Day and night school. Douglas 7774,
Cor. 14th and Dodge. I. O. o. F. Bldg.
Van Sant School of Business,
Day and Evening Schools.
i:0 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
PIANO class lessona for beginners, 60c;
graduate experienced teaoher. Col
DON'T mis this opportunity; an Inde
pendent fortune for you. Haven't the
money to handle t he' proposition; would
consider a good car as part payment for
balf Interest or all. Phone Web. 14ii3
After 7 p. m.. and Sunday phone Web.
A complete moving picture theater
outfit, 400 chairs, screen, machines,
desk, poster boards, stage, stage equip
ment, drop curtains, in fact a complete
outfit, all In first-class condition. Ad
dress R. M. Stunteueck, Wymore, Neb.
RESTAURANT for sale; sickness reason
for selling: place doing good business;
will eel cheap for cash. Doug. 6588 .
SO. SIDE Good paying 1 4-room rooming
house, 2514 N St. Call So. 2089.
TO GET In or out of business. S LEWIS
& CO.. 411 McCague Bldg.
MOVING picture show for sale, newly
equipped. Webster 210.
GARAGE for sale with equipment. Call
Mr. Clark. Wal. '-'395.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
THONE 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 nice large front room. 1 1-2 blocks
from Crelghton college, preferably young
student. Good, quiet; clean place. Dg.
TOUNG traveling man occupying room
with twin herie In nrtvnte fnmllv desires
I roommate; walking distance. Har. 6407.
TWO. three or four rooms completely fur
nished; 2 blocks north of postoftlce.
Douglas 9446. 402 N. 16th.
FOR RENT Furnished front room, steam
heat; private family; traveling man pre
ferred. Call Harney 4932.
NICELY furnished room, every conven
ience, In apartment, close In. Tel. Har
ney 88431 -
DUNDEE, nicely furnished room. Gentle
man: references. Wal. 3286. Private
325 N. 36th Corner front room, can ac
commodate gentleman, with breakfast.
Dougla s 27 81. ;
KOUNTZE park district, attractive front
bed room, breakfast if desired. Webster
L.P.GE front, all modern, $5 week. Web-
SUITE of rooms, suitable for 2. either
ladles or gentlemen. Tyler 2094,
SLEEPING rooms, reasonable. Dg. 7071
246SST. MARYS AVE.Large. bright mod-
ern room. Dg. 6770. Reasonable.
COOL, attractive rooms; fine location; also
garage. Phone Webster 6338.
3C10 DODGE Comfy, modern room. IL
HOME for 2 gentlemen. Harney 1044.
NICELY furnished leeplngroomTy. 5318.
NICELY furnished room. Harney 7221.
SOUTH room for girls. Tyler 3638.
ROOMS for rent. 626 25th Ave.
ROOM, partly furnished for light house
keeping, working men preferred. Call
T g.731 L
LARGE room, kitchenette, running water,
also two large rooms, 2566 Douglas St.
2 OR 3 ROOMS, ail modern, running
water, private hath. Webster 4669.
EAST front, 1 rooms, modern furnished
suite: also one. $5 up. Har. 1836.
MODERN, everything furnished, 2U
Sherman Ave..11 Apartment 6.
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
rooms. 6239South 23dSt;
DODGE 2606! Two light housekeeping
TWO furnished "rooms, nice yard. Har
ney 4001. ; .
2 MODERN rooms; private home Har.
DODGE 1720 Housekeeping rooms reason
able. MODERN room with kltchenet. Dg. 7650.
3 LIGHT housekeeping rooms. Web. 802.
2T,IGHT housekeeping rooms. Web.
CLOSE in. large room. Dg. "072.
Board and Rooms.
2516 JONES If you want excellent board
and room, private home, call D. 3J40.
NICE large room, bath adjoining. 2 meals.
MODERN rooins"wlth kitchenette. Doug-
2569 DOPGE St. Rooms for gentlemen;
good board, Harney 703t
Board ar.d Rooms.
ON HARNEY car. board and room for
2 gentlemen or couple. Harney i4.
SINGLE or double rooms, best home cook
ing, plenty of It. reasonable. Har.74e.
NICELY funiUlied rooms. ..1HS',!?.'
THREE 'to five, light," neatr'atcr sad gas
furnished rrti'in. ilwr. 7101.
Miscellaneous. ' .
For all kinds of merchandise;
must be able to park china, glass
ware, etc., carefully; splendid op
portunity, good palnry. Address
Box D-93. Omaha Bee.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
BEAUTIFUL West Farnam dis
trict home. Nine rooms, perfect
condition. $125 per month. Private
familv onlv. Year lease.
THE BYRON REED '
Doup. -'97. 1012 Farnam St.
4-ROOM house fur rent. Web. 2420.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
Conveniently located. Furnished
throughout. Suites of two and three
rooms, with combination tub and shower
bath. Kitchenettes completely equipped.
Weekly rental inclcdes light, brat, gas,
teltpho.no and maid service. An Ideil
home for those whi desire comfort and
service. par';uents shown by appoint
ment. Dodge and ISth. Tjl;r 4200.
COMPLETELY furnished 3-room apart
inent. private bath, walking distance.
Brown Apartments. 60S N. 21st St.
2-OR 3-ROOM furnished apartments with
private hath; walking distance. Brown
Apts., 608 N. 2!st St. Douglns 6644.
APT." 4 rooms, bath, for rent to party
buying furniture, $30. On cafllne. Dous-
' 1 9 ,
TWO rooms and kitchenette at 410 Swe't
LET us rent your house or flat. Benjamin
Franlienbcrg. 6'.'4 Bee lldg
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses
WANTED Rooms or apartments suitable
for occupation by t'-achers during the
school year. References preferably
ftom teachi rs roqulrert. Write ad
dress, telephone number, terms, io
Miss Elizabeth Ryan. 2016 Ohio, ehalr
msn welfare committee. Omaha School
FOR RENT Business Pi operty.
TIIR EE-ROOM OFFICE SUITE.
Wlll'aell lease, furniture and flxlUi...
for three-room office suite. Lease runs
over 16 months yet. Rental only $51.
Prominent building. Furniture, fixtures
and carpeting will Invoice about $600
$1,100 cash will buy lease, furniture and
all. All answers strictly confidential.
Box A-66, Omaha Bee.
Garages and Barns.
QARAGE for rent. Dg. 7551.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
HORSE, weight 1,400 lbs, Web. 1443."
G OO I work ho rserh eap. Tyler 26t4.
LIGHT wagon for sale. Web. 68r.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
MIXED grain, $3.76 per 100 lbs., delivered.
A. W. Wagner. 801 N. I6th St Doug.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
WE assemble and forward carloads of
both houselrold goods and automobiles.
Watch this column, as It will keep you
Informed where we are making carload
shipments to. ; i
If' you are shipping to any of the cit
ies represented or to towns adjaeeat to
our snipping points, see us about our
rates, as It is likely that our tbrougt!
rate Is less than the regular local rate
and you hava the advantage of carload
Today we are accepting shipments for
the following cities:
Los Angeles, Cal. -Chicago,
GORDON FIREPROOF WARE
HOUSE AND VAN CO,
219 N. 11th St.
Phone Douglas 394. Omaha, Neb.
STORAGE, MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and Jackson Sts. Douglas 288.
VAN and STORAGE CO
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 3401
MOVING. PACKING, STORAGE.
Separate locked rooms for householi
goods and pianos, moving, packing am
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806South 16th. Doug. 416
GLOBE VAN. TRANSFER AND
For real service in hauling or stor
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4331
Auto or wagon service.
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1606 Davenport Doug. 2903,
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
BUY A GUV L. SMITH
A Safe Investment
This week we are showing a fine lln.
of cars In all models and slr.es. Ever
one of our cars are completely rebuilt
and reflnlshed. We ask you to take no
risk and guarantee every car in every
way. Come In and look them over.
You will be surprised.
Hudson Super Six Sedans.
Hudson Super Six Speedsters.
Hudson Super Six Phaetons.-
Hudson Super Six Limousine. '
Essex Sedans, 1920.
Scripps-Bopth Touring, 1920.
Cadillac "8" Limousine. 1
Studebaker "4" Roadster, 1918.
Haynes Touring, 1917. . .
Overland "6" Touring, 1918.
Chevrolet "8" Touring, i
Lexington Touring, 1919.
and several others in the paint shop.
Call Douglas 1970 for Information and
GUY L. SMITH,
26th and Farnam Streets.
"1918 DAVIS CHUMMY
A-l mechanical condition; good
tires, new paint job. This car is I
bargain and has had excellent
care. Address Box R-79, Oinaha
1918 FORD TRUCK- .
Truck mounted on roadster
chassis; has covered body, with
drop curtain on three sides;
good tires; motor in good shape
Address Box R-80, Omaha Bee;
fcJOMK' bargains In used Ford cars, mV
Carfrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, Utb and Jacksoa, Doug-
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