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DEGREE OF Ho"Noh members.
Grand chief of Honor Florence T.
Owens will visit Washington lodge Thurs
day. Oct. 14. at A. O. IT, W. hall, at I
p. m. Matters of Importance -.will ba dis
cussed. Sister lodgers Invited Mrs. Ag
nes McArdle. C. of II. Mrs. Bridget Don
STACK & FALCONER
OMAHA'S BEST. "
Thlrty-thlrd and Farnam. Ilarnejr (4.
HULSE & RIEPEN
riONKER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
1l South Ulh Bt, t Douglas 122g.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
rhone II. 265. Office 2811 Farnam.
FOR AMBULANCE call South 6S0. Korlsko
Funeral Home, 23d and O Sts.
LEE L. LARM0NFCEu'
1S14 Douglas St. Bouglas 244.
J OH N BATH. lth and
Fartiam. 1). 3000.
I.. Henderson. 1619 Farnam. Douglas 1148.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births .Tames and Tear! Davis, 3325
Camden avenue, girl; Paul and Alice
Cramer, hospital, boy: Weldon and Ger
trude LlnUhat, hospital, girl; Leo and
Gladys Brown, honpltal, girl; Harry and
lska Rotholz, hospital, girl; Ray and
Margaret Farrows, J927 South Twenty
fifth street, girl; Marcus and MabM
Humphrey 2903 Decatur street, girt;
Harry and May Converse, 3608 North
JForty-fourth avenue, boy; Raymond and
MJonevleve Stevenson, 2821 Crown Point
venue, boy: George and Mary Cook, 4713
Mouth Twentieth street, girl; Macedonlo
and Soledad Magana, 2904 G street;, boy;
Oeorite and Bessie Kama, 4410 South
Twelfth atreet, bey; John and Josephine
Melocrnro, 2244 North Nineteenth street,
boy; Elmer and Carrie Hansen, hospital,
, girl; Nunzlo and Conoetta A llano. 1145
North Nineteenth atreet, girl: Howard and
Hostile Back. 1401 South Twelfth streat,
girl: Thomas and Marie Berton, hospital,
girl; Bert and Marin Hynes, hospital, girl;
Charlie and Alice Hallberg, 811 Castclar
htreet, boy; Liovannl and Angela Brognn,
1406 William street, boy; Charles and
Agnes Plvonka, 6845 South Twenty-first
street, girl; oJe and Bessie Kalnlt'k, 1912
Charles atreet. glsl; Horace and Florence
JtcGruder, 3113 Fontenelle boulevard,
girl: Joseph and. Alolsla Krejcl. 194J
(South Fifteenth street, .girl; Arnold and
Blanche Black. 1703 North Thlrtv-thlrd
street, girl; Willlnin and Edith Walker,
hospital, girl; Ernest and Dorothy Otto,
hospital, boy; George and Clara Hoaley,
hospital, boy; Walter and Edna Truelsen,
hospital, girl; Otto and Katherlne Grafts
, kow, hospital, glri; 1. J. .and Mabel
Thompaen, 1623 Manderaon street, boy;
Jacob and Sophia Svaclna, 5613 South
Twenty-second street, girl; Frank and
Klsle Leaders, 1131 Lake street, girl.
Deaths J. D. Bailey. 28, hospital;
Galtano Nastase. 81. hospital; George
Warno Gates. 6, hospital; Veronica Lenci
rwskl. 1, 3517 South Thirty-sixth street;
Josephine. Kmleclk. 5, 4107 South Forty
first street; Mrs. Julia Sykera. 30, Route
5, South Omaha; Mrs. Mary E. Clouae, 32,
2718 South Sixteenth street; Vornon Stln
son, 27, hospital; Joseph M. Leidy, .07.
'.'816 Meredith avenue; Banno Zerkowskv,
M, hospital; William H. Baumgardne'r,
28, hospital; Mrs. Hattle Batimgirdner.
il. hospital; Annie E. Whltmore, 68, 1818
Webster street; Abraham Whitmer, 84,
408 North Sixteenth street; Lee S. Kstelle,
72, 163 Cass street; Elliabeth Burgett,
9, hospital; Kathryn Claassen, 1, 1323
South Sith atreet; Frank William Green
man, 61, hospital; Powell Herbert Gard.
nor. Infant, hospital; Robert ,E. Rains.
Marriage licenses were issued to tha fol
James K. Murray, 22, Omaha, and Leon.t
Setbold, 21, Omaha.
Bosie Stanclet, 21, Omaha, and Florence
Johnson, 19, Omaha.
Paul Abegglen, 28. North Bend, Neb.,
and Estella Fresch, 23, Columbus, Neb.
George Drummond Smith. 25, Omaha,
and Florence Pausner, 19, Beatrice, Neb,
Gua Klmmel, 33, Omaha, and Edna
Grace League. 21, Walnut, la.
Henry B. McCall, over 21, Omaha, and
Grace Cox. over 1, Omaha.
James K. Smith, 27, Lincoln. Neb., and
Jennie Johnson, 24. Lincoln, Neb.
Rlflnh V.. T.evenn. 97. T.na imli (!
and AdenaA. JerTe, 26, Omaha. I
Raymond T. Smith, 27. Omaha. ana
Elsie Wittke, 23. Racine, Wis.'
Alphonse J. Ramn, 28. Omaha, and Ger
trude A. Miller, 25, Omaha. ,
John J. Leahy, 22, Omaha, and Mary
Ann Clayton, 23, Albion, Neb. '
Julius L. Gagtnn, 23, Omaha, and
Tonetta Kiefer, 24, Omaha.
Austin -Wearne. 23, Marshalltown, la.,
and Grayce Marks, 20, Arapahoe, Neb.
Joseph L. Jnros. 29, Omaha, and Helen
Perina, 20, Omaha. , .
Verne McPherson, 27, Neligh, Neb., and
Hilah Fisher, 26, Omaha.
Frank A. Lynch, 29, Sioux City, la., and
Mabel O. Olson, 22, Sioux City. Ia.
France M. Lake, 24, Omaha, and Carrie
E. Ellis, 34. Omaha.
A. F. Levy, 184 North Forty-third
street? frame dwelling. 34,000.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
PURSE containing Liberty bond and money
amounting to 1200. belonging to Joseph
V. Flearl, in vicinity of Kountze park.
' Finder please return to residence of Al
bert Miller, 3315 Sherman Ave. Reward,
Telephone Webster 4811.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on streat cars tele
phone Tyler 800. We are anxious to re
store lost articles to rightful owners.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
LOST Black and white Llowellan setter
female puppy. Liberal rewaid offered
for Information or return of dog. Ar
thur P. Gulou. 401 9. 4iit. Har. 362.
LOST Probably between 16th and Harney
and King Fong restaurant, a platinum
bar pin with diamond and two pearls.
Call Walnut 2101. Liberal reward.
STRAYED or . stolen from HO 4 North
Forty-second street, young Airedale male
dog, answer to, name of Bags. Walnut
LOST Ladies' wrfst watch, between 24th
and Howard and 17th and Douglas, Sat
urday. Reward. Call Doug. 6960, Apt. C
LOST Brlndle bulldog, white feet, whit
breast. 2864 Lake St. and receive re-
ward. Tag No. 1763. Web. 2948.
LOST In Lothrop school district, pair of
shell-rimmed spectacles. Reward, Web.
J 18 4 L .
LOST Fitch choker. Return for liberal
reward. Harney 6258.
MOST Gold pearl bag, downtown district;
reward. South 1116.
AT a meeting of the .director! of the
Grange Co-Op. Elevator Co.. held at
Gibbon, Neb., September 25. 1920, It
was decided to receive sealed bids on
the elevator together with all property
vi ioe company. All Dias must te re
ceived on or before October 23. 1920. and
tha board reserves the right to' accept
or reject any or all bids. Directors
Grange, co-op. Elevator Co.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. W collect! Wa distribute
Phona Dou. 4131 and our wagon will
van. i. an ana inspect our new Home,
niO-1112-1114 Dodge St. . '
MRS. DYMOND. Swedish) masseuse, tormar
ly of Solar Sanitarium, will aire traat.
rpents In home and at her home, P. 1994.
WANTED Children to board, good home,
yi car. nhinia IZiiS.
HKXT Hoover vacuum, IL25. Wal. 194
tIAS8AQE 210 North Seventeenth St.
SWEDISH Massage. 318 Neville Block.
rol-Pino School for Dancing. 2424
CVC1-A7 UlC Farnam. Doug. 7850.
KEEP'S HOTEL. ROME,
W teach baU room and all kind of
fancy dancing. D. 2581, or H. 2792.
fANfCT DANCING FOR CHILDREN.
BBASON. 20. KEEP'S. HOTEL ROME.
Dressmaking. . '
8EWINQ, silks, velvets, skirt, jackets re
lined itmodeled. Reasonable. K. (191
HOME- TONKHT-Jlit '"OVK
WirE WAITIN' FER "TOO
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY, Incorporated. Douglas 107,
Arlington Blk., Omaha,. Neb. ,
JAMES ALLAN, 313 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all cafes. Tyler 1136.
RELIABLE DetcetlVe Bureau, Railway
Ex. Bldg. Doug. 2056. Night. Col. 466.
INTERIOR varnishing. decorating,
enameling, floors reflnlshad, wall papor
cleaned. Tyler 1426.
PAINTING, papering, reasonable prtcea.
House painting specialty. Frank Kuli
sek. Webster SMS, or Wal. 1427.
PAPBRHANGING and painting? Walnut
Painting, papering, plastering Wal. 4567.
Hemstitching and Pleating.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst box
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
styles; hemstitching, plcut edging, eye
. let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
'Ideal Button and Pleating Co., 308
Brown Blk. Douglas 1936.
Top Notch Shop Hemstitching, braiding,
beading, all kinds pleating.- Doug. 6011.
Room 33, Douglas Blk., 16lh and Dodge.
JAMES W. MARTIN,- Patent Attorney,
1716 Dodge St. Patent your Invention
and sell It to a manufacturer. .
We rent, repair, sell noedles and parta.
15th and Harney. - Douglas 1973.
pay the best
price with privilege
to buy back at small profit. GROSS
JEWELRX CO., 402 N. 16th St. Doug
NEBRASKA " Vulca Patch Salts Ager.ey,
411 So. 24th; distributors for Vulca
I'ctch, Parker's Lightning Auty Polish,
Bear Non-Skid Emergency Chains; or-
dcrby mat. .
27th"and Martha Sis., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
SAFETY raiior blades sharpened, new ra
zors, razor blades sold. Omaha Razor
Sharpening Co.. loiig Va Dodge. 103 N. 16.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattress
es msde from your owui feathers, sum
mer & winter sides. 1907 Cuming. D. 2467.
BALL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can e
purchased at Ktalto Drug Store, lo'h
and Douglas -Sts., Omaha, Jeb.
HATS cleaned and blocked while you wait,
at Paxton Hat Works, 1607 H Farnam
St. Work guaranteed. D. 6939.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Unslgn Co., J607
Howard St. i .
DENTISTRY exchanged t.v- Liberty boirls,
face value. Dr. Secor, 1017 1st Nat'l IJk.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 644.
FULL dress suits and tuxedos for wnt,
109 N. 18th St., John" Feldman. D. 3128.
CORSETS made to order.
OMAHA WELDING CO. "The Careful
Welders." 16th and Jackson. D. 4397.
RENT Hoover vacuum. 31 25. Wal. 1947.
Q A TclQ BARGAINS. 12th & Farnam.
OJir AJO x Daright Safe Co.
GKT our figures on roofs. North West
Ready Roofing Co., 803 S. M.
M 4.TTRE8SES remade, springs rep. H. 71 63
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bldg.
Omaha Towel Supply, 207 S. llih,
WEAVING, old rugs rematT
Tyler 1 4.13.
WILL trade good coal range with water
back for typewriter, phonograph or
what have you? Webster 2471. 2004 N.
Furniture and Household Goods:
"WE BUY old and naw furniture. We pay
best price. Eureka Furniture Co., Web.
6206. 1417 North 24th.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
a., hospe co. retrd,nm8usrc
Pianos for rent, $4 per month.
DRUMS, traps, marimbas. Instructions, re
pairing. Phone Harney 2967. Geo. A.
Smith 2761 Davenport St.
MAHOGANY player piano, very reasonable
If taken this week. Douglas 3066. .
WILL sacrifice 8285 Vlctrola phonograph
for 3165; bargain. Douglas 3066.
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKF.8, bought, sold, rented and
revaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
Get cur price before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc
Dcuglaa 2120. 191 3 Farnam.
ALL MAKES, Typewriter Co.. "all makes."
205 S 18th St. Tyler 242 4.
NO. 5 UNDERWOOD, 1st class condtion,
349.50. 1404 Dodge St
PROTECTOGR A PHS, F. & E.'s; bargain.
120 Neville Bldg. ,
, 1-TON Fairbanks No. 4 standard
scale, 3Vix3 foot platform, also
28-Inch Buffalo Forgo Co. exhaust
'fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17th and Farnam St. Phone Tyler
GLASS FOR SALE.
SIZES 6x7. 6x8. 8x10. BEST GRADE;
CAN BE USED FOR HOT HOUSES.
WIRELESS SETS, ETC.
HANDSOME seal stole, about 2 yards
long, never worn, $15: seal muff. 115;
mink and squirrel stole; 'also beautiful
seal coats, sacrifice. Suite 111, Hotel
Haney, zoth and Farnam. Mrs. Mc
Na mar a.
LADY sells handsome Fur Coat, $75; a loo
3 other French seal coats, never wora.
sacruice, Hotel Mariey, 20tn and tar
nam. Mrs. McNamara. Suite 111.
Sl'RE and safe Investment, city warrants
to pay you 10 per cent Interest, 3100,
ouu ana si.uvu amount, a. u. soiomon
617 Karbach Bldg. Douglas (382.
MULTIGRAPH, complete with type and
other accessories. Motor-driven. Fire.
stone Tire Rubber Co., 2666 Farnam.
WB buy. sell safe, make desks, show,
cases, etc. Omaha Fixture ft Supply Co.
8. Cor. 11th and Pouglas. 272.
LARGE drill press with electric motor,
complete with singles and tools. Flre-
stone Tiro & Rubber Co., 2666 Farnam.
CNK No. S-26-A International steam boiler.
rate 1,350 feet, cost new. 9505, will sell
at ssbu. zioj. eavenwortir.
DIAMOND for sale cheap. Blue white
tone, clean cut, weight about six-tenths
carat. R-63. Omaha Bef.
SEVERALxofflce desk and chairs, good
condition. Za66 Farnam at. H. 120,
ALFALFA hay In stack. On Dodge paved
rosa. y. n.oears, oug. avst.
TAUPE FOX SET FOR SALE. DO. 2787.
2D-HAND lumber, 1828 N. 21st. Web. 459,
GOOD plush coat. Walnut JSJS,
ANNniiNPKMRNTJL I WANTED TO BUY. I HELP WANTED MALE. I HELP WANTED FEMALE
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Good 1-ton or lH-ton motor truck In
good condition for cash. Address Box
R-22, Omaha Bee.
DESKS DESKS, DESKS
New desks; used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reeo, 1207 Farnam. D. 6116.
WILL buy second. band clothing, shoes and
furniture. Ty. 2598. A. Zavett. 705 N. 16.
LIBERTY bond bought. Macks Bond
House. 1421 First Nat'l. Bk. Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY Good trunk. Box
' O-40, Omaha Bee.
WANTED Steady place on farm by ml 6?-dle-aged
single man. Box 0-48, Omaha
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't miss them.
FIRST CLASS dressmaker, makes suits,
fancy gowns, fine remodeling, out, by
day. Call Harney 4293.
Laundry and Day Work
BUNDLE washing called for or discount
!f del. Rnughdry or flnlahed. Web. 6151
DAY worit, laundry, cleaning, exp. Web-
DAY work, bundle washing; experienced.
IRONING, cleaning, day work. Webster
CLEANING, all kin,ds, ironing, day work",
experienced, colored. Tyler 1739;
SMALL bundle washing wanted, Harney
DAY AVORK, bunule washing. Webstjr
DAY work, .experienced. Colored. Ty. S158.
LAUNDRESS - wants Mon., Tues. S. 616.
DAY work, liSuse cleaning. Harney 51 2.
DAY work wanted, experienced. Web 6216.
DAYwork,cleaning, experienced. II. '6945,
BUNDLE washing.. 'Webster 1 319. ;
DAY work.' ' Tyler 413.
Stores and Offices.
CORRESPONDENCE with a per
sonality is the specialty of a young
man whose services we can no
longer use because we are disebn
tinuing some of our lines of work.
He has served us so satisfactorily
that we want to help him get the
sort of position hf ' deserves.
Phone Tyler 4400 and let us, ar
range an interview for him.
A YOUNG man who has had expe
rience as. an oifice and shipping
clerk will make some one as excel
lent an employe as- he has been for
us. Call us at Tyler 4400 and let
us tell yon about him. ;
MEN quick with figures to do tabulating
work during election. Apply J. A. Raw
Jtngs, Editorial Rooms, World-Herald,
Professions and Trades.
WANTED A BARBER TO RUN SHOP
AT FORT- CROOK. CAN EARN 3300
EASILY EVERY MONTH. WE SUPPLY
SHOP. HEAT. LIGHT. HOT WATER.
CHAIRS AND CUSTOMERS. APPLY
LIEUT. K. P. MORTIMER, FORT
A tinner and furnace man to take
charge of shop. Salary depends on
ability. Courtrlght Hardware Co., Fre
YOUNG men. study law. Eve. downtown
sessions. Unlver. of Omaha Law Dept.
Thorough course; nominal tuition. Sec
404 Omaha National Bldg.
BUSHELMAN wanted In first class cloth
ing store; will pay good salary. Tha
Magees' Clothjjg Co-., Sterling, Co lo.
WANTED Plasterers, union Job, twa
months' work. Apply Archie Allison,
WANTED First class auto trimmer. Colt-
seum Motor company, Casper, wyomlag,
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE.
110 So. 14TH ST. CATALOG FREE.
WANTED Mechanical draftsmen, P.flnlte
Co., 3 028 Harney. Ty. 2856.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED Four reliable, high
grade, topnotch salesmen at once.
Live leads furnished. Easy propo
sition to handle. Yon QUALIFY
your prospects ONLY, our mana
cers CLUbfc, the sales. It you
make less than $10,000 to $25,000
vearly, you can't stay on the sales
force. Our best men are making
as high as $50,000 yearly. This is
not a stock, bond, leasing or pro
motion proposition. It's a perma
nent connection. anr unless you
can show a clean .character and a
successful selling record, do not
apply. Suite 1123-24, First Nation
al Bank Bldg.
WANTED Exoerienced tire sales
men with executive ability, capable
of being promoted to manager of
branch stores. State briefly your
experience, whether married or
(single, what part of the country
' you are most familiar with, sal-
;.ty wanted and volume of business
secured tor last, or present env
ployers; also the. class of trade.
Only tried an producing sales
men need apply. . Box Y-12y&,
WANTED Salesman, by long established
automobile distributor, handling two best
known and advertised automobiles. Per
manent position, wltt? a chance of mak
Inn an assured Income. Absolute confi
dence resaected. Answer, alvlnr age.
whether married or stnglt, experience In
selling ana if any la tha automobile Busi
ness, also reference and salary desired.
It you feel that you haven't it In vou
to make Kood, do not waste your time
and our time by answering this ad, as
we are looking for only -a hlgh-cl-ss
man and producer. Box 0-49, Omaha
TRAVELING salesman: candy line, west
ern Iowa; established trade; headquar
ters in umana: salary open.
WESTERN REFERENCE BOND ASS'N,
iao First national Bank Bldg.
SPECIALTY salesmen In silverware, ruga
and blanket; can use coupla or good
msn, out-of-town work. C. F. Adam
Co., 623 South. 16th Bt
WANTED Several good, live aaleamen
, that csn sell rubber footwear, write,
Hood Rubber Products Co., Davenport,
Bee want ads are business getters
BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1920.
Hotels and Restaurants,
MESS HOUSE COOK, WHITE.
T. K. RANCH," SHERIDAN, WTO.
SEE' JOSEPH BARKER,
207-U S. 19TH ST. ' DOUG. 1350.
PAN WASHEftS WANTED.
Teamsters and Chauffeurs.
Wanted at once: best of wagos to
willing worker; must know city well.
8th and Dodge Sts.
OF BRIGHT BOYS
FOR OFFICE WORK.
GOOD PAY AND OPPORTUN
ITY. APPLY OFFICE.
SWIFT & CO.
SO. SIDE, OMAHA, NEB.
AUOUT 16 YEARS OF AGE,
FOR BANK WORK.
CALL SOUTH 4780
OR DOUG". 226.
WANTED BrlKht boy. 16 or 17 years, for
office work and to run errtnas. cnance
to learn advertising, business. Apply 806
World-Herald Bldgi ,
WANTED Messenger boy; light work;
hours, about 8 a. in. to 3:30 D. m. In
quire journal-Stockman Co.. Stock Yards.
WANTED Messenger boy, light work
hours 8 a. in. to 8:30 p. m. Inquire
WANTED Delivery boy with wheel. Alex
ander Drug Co., lith and Fa natr
ERltAND boy wanted. See Mr. Tully,
Midwest Electric, 1207 Harney.
BOY to worc at soda fountain after school.
Beaton urus co.
BELL boy wanted. Hotel Keen.
APPLY SUPT. ON BALCONY.
WANTED Broom makers, open shop, best
wages and conditions. Apply at Free
man Broom Works, South 6th and Pa
CARD PRINTER WANTED.
APPLY PHILLIPS . DEPT. STORE,
24TH AND O STS., SO. SIDE.
WANTED Chicken pickers for scalding
poultry. Apply Swift ft company, Beat
WANTED WINDOW TRIMMER.
APPLY PHILLIPS DEPT. STORE,
24TH AND O STS., SO. SIDE, OMAHA,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
IF YOU are in need of a stenogra
pher we know of one you would
like having. As former employers
of hers, we are anxious to help
her to secure a good position
Phone Tyler 4400 and let us tell
you about her.
TWO excellent girl clerks of ours
are losing their positions through
a discontinuance of some of our
work. We can give them unquali
fied recommendations. Phone Ty
STENOGRAPHER, produce firm, 3125;
bookkeeper and stenographer, small up
town ofttce, 9100, $1Z;; typist, Dank,
380; filing clerk, 385; Burroughs Post
Inff Machine oDerator. 3100.
WESTERN REFERENCE ft BOND ASS'.N,
1306 First ."National tanic mag.
GIRL WANTED FOR ADDRESSOGRAPH
FOR TEMPORARY WORK. ONE WITH
SOME KNOW' LEDGE OF MULTI,
GRAPH PREFERRED. APPLY
SPRAGUE TIRE ft RUBBER CO..
18TH AND CUMING.
BOOKKEEPER to take full charge. 3135
9150; cashier, 9165.9175; candy sales
THE MARTI CO.. 1128 W. O. W. Bldg,
GIRLS to take course In shorthand, type
writing, bookkeeping, etc.; personal in
struction enables you to nnisn. quickly
positions furnished. Call Doug. 7774.
STENOGRAPHERS, 875 to 1125; dicta'
pnone operator, smu. , -
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
913 First Nat. Bank. Bldg.
WANTED Reliable cashier who Is quick
at Ilgurea and willing worker, salary lisu
per week: Call In person only.v Milder
Grocery co . 24th and N streets.
STENOGRAPHER wanted. Must be ex
perienced. Some bookkeeping. Address
Box X-301, Omaha Bee.
YOUNG lady to woik In prescription dent
merman Mcionnci urug Co., itn and
Professions and Trades.
' , Young Women
16 to 25 Years
We have a few positions in our
LONG DISTANCE operating de
partment, which must be filled by
capable young women. If you have
an eighth grade, or, better still, a
High School education, see MISS
BELL, within the next few days at
318 Telephone Building
and Telegraph Co.'
SEE J1CCS AND ; MAGGIE IN FULL
FACE OF COLORS Ity THE SUNDAY BEE
Professions and Trades.
WHY NOT LEARN A
Telephone operating is perhaps
the most fascinating work open to
. young women today.
Good wages are paid, meals are
furnished at cost and light and
cheerful rest rooms are furnished
exclusively for the operators.
Young women between the ages
of 16 and 30 can be operators.
Apply to '
New Telephone Building.
19th and Douglas Streets.
TaLS WANTED NOW
FOR STEADY WORK
In various departments of the Snow
Whito Bakery. Must be 16 years of age
or over.tGood pay to good workers. Ap
ply at once to Supt. Costello.
ITEN lySCUIT CO.
SNOW WHITE BAKERIES.
Capitol Ave., 12th to 13th Sts.
office Hntrancb Middle of Block.
WANTED Ladles' clothes inner. Stand-
ard Laundry. 2403 No. 24th.
MACHINE girls wanted at once. Stand
ard Laundry. 2403 No. 24th.
Saleswopien and Solicitors.
SAE8 LADIES wanted for dry goods
ana. woman s ready-to-wear, state in
first letter ammount of experience and
whom with last and what salary
wanted. Kamsay Bros, ft Co., Pitts
burg, Kan. .
Store demonstrator by largest dis
tributer in city. Salary a.id car fare
Must be live wires. Give experience and
telephone number in letter. Write Box
x-82. Omaha Bee.
Household and Domestic.
COMPETENT girl for general housework,
must be experienced and a good cook.
laundress Kept; pay good wages. Ad
dress Box X 87, Omaha Bee.
WANTED Experienced second "girl by"P,
D. Smith. St. Edward, Nep. ; two In fam.
ily. No laundry. Wages 350 month and
WANTED A good girl for general house
work; 3 In family, no children; good
pay and good home to right party. Call
WANTED White girl for general house
work, 2 In family, small house, laund
ress kept, good wages. Call Aval. 4o
EXPERIENCED NURSE FOR 2-YEAR-
OLD CHILD; REFERENCES RE
QUIRED. MRS. ROEDERHAR. 693,
A MAID for general housework: no laun
dry work. Mrs. John Mir.lop, 3r.,-8U3
Willow Ave., Council Bluffs. Tel. 817
WANTED A comVetent girl for general
housework; must be good cook; no
laundry. Phone Har. 3014.
WANTED White reliable cook; references
required. Mrs. Arthur Storz, 315 So.
64th St., Walnut 3215.
WHITE enatd for general housework. No
laundry. Pleasant room and Dam. 3iu
Jones St. Har. 672.
WANTED White girl for general house
work, Mrs. F. L. Devereux, li06 bo.
33 Ave.. Harney 670.
EXPERIENCED WHITE MAID FOR
GENERAL HOUSEWORK. MRS. BOED
ER, HAR. 593.
COMPETENT irlrl for general housework.
Mrs. Arter. 3526 Harney St- Phone Har
WANTED Maid; no laundry; references.
Mrs. w. J. Hynes, 432 south 38th St.,
COOK WANTED. GOOD WAGES. MRS.
A. W. GORDON. 3611 JACKSON. HAli
DOMESTIC help wanted at 1619 Lothrop
St. for part of day. Phone eb. 2688.
WANTED White second ma'.d. Mrs.' C,
Hamilton. 1113 Park Ave. Har. 2891,
WANTED Girl to assist with genera
housework. No washing. Walnut 3233,
NEAT colored woman as housekeeper, no
children or washing. Webster 4160.
EXPERIENCED girl for general hou-
work. No laundry, w alnut S60.
WANTED Woman to do family washing
and ironing. walnut 4961. -
WANTED A white girl for second work.
Telephone Har. 69,
EXPERIENCED second girl wanted; good
wages. N. B. Updike, 3514 Jackson,
WANTED Experienced white .second girl.
Mrs. w. U. nostord, ti2S o aftn.
EXPERIENCED child nurse. Mrs. IC IL
Patterson-. 127 No. 40th St. Hr. 38V.
GIRL for general housework. Wal. 897.
Hotels and Restaurants.
TWO Bus girls wanted at once. Best
wages. Harmony Cafeteria, 1609 Harney.
GIRLS wanted to wait on table at siJa
fountain. .Good pay. Beaton Drug Co.
WANTED PANTRY GIRLS.
PLEASANT, profitable work in your
spare time for particulars write Box
Y-1299, Omaha Bee, 742 Market, San
IilO SISTERS ASSOCIATION for tha
benefit of business girls. 663 Bee Bldf.
WANTED White scrub woman. Apply
hoOsekeeper. Omaha Atnietto jiud.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men. ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly moaern. -.an or wm
1403 Dodge Bt. Trl-Clty Barber Collage.
WANTED Exnerlenced man or woman
tnwnrk In confectionery, lea cream and
luncheonette place. Write at once fori
position. C. L. Peck, Neola, la.
Bee want ads are best business
i.iv arunrii xioht BCHOOIi.
Complete course In accountancy, machine
bookkeeping, compUimetry, shorthand
and typewriting, railroad and wtretee
telegraphy, civil service ana an ens
n.h and commercial branches. Write,
call or phone Douglas 1565 (or larg
lllustratod catalog. Aaaress
Boyle Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
Van Sent School of Bialnes,
Day and Evening Schools.
1:0 Omaha National Bank Bldg
CAFE AND ICE CREAM PALLOR Best
in lowa county seat oi z.ouu, on mver to
River automobile highway. No competi
tion to speak of. Only 1 other small
cafe. Good equipment, including soda
fountain, cigar and candv cases, lunch
counter,. Ice King refrigerator and elec
tric piano. Living rooms upstairs.
Will sell for 11,800. Invoice small
stock. Reason for selling, other busi
ness. Address Box 246. Oxford, Neb.
FOR SALE Printing and office supplv
business in town of 25,000 In lowa. .i
magazine Intertype, Mlehle press, Kelly
press, two jobbers, one with Miller feed-
, er, folding machine and other machinery.
uooa Dusiness. aiway lliaoo money, jran
time to the right party. Manager wants
to specialize In one branch of business
Write H. V. Mercer, Ottumwa. la.
FOR SALE Drue store, best location In
state. 30 years or business oy same man.
Extra good deal to right party. -Part
cash down, balance on time. Good rea
son for selling. No trades. R, M. Splits,
OR SALE Or trade." a general mer
chandise storo, building and dwelling.
In a good live little town and a cash
business In tha wheat belt In north
eastern Colorado. W. R. Stewart. Wig
926.000 buys foundry and machine shop.
real estate, machinery equipment anu
stock In good thriving city, half cash.
Box Y-1298, Omaha Bee.
DOMESTIC burner, 609 No. 16th St.;
makes gas from oil and air: simplest,
best and cheapest on the market; burn
ers and territory for Bale.
FOR sale or trade, bakery in town of
1,500, good reason for selling. A money
maker, vt . K Barnes, oriswoiu, ia
FOR SA.LE Bulk apples, car lots. Wick-
nam uerry f arm, gaiem, -Nep.
TO GET In or out of business, see LEWIS
C0., 411 McCagua Bldg.
ATTRACTIVE 8-room flat, modern, close
in, 9o a month. si..'0'J lor quicK saie.
213 No. 24th. Douglis 4669! ,
A restaurant and rooming house fcr eal.
Call So. 33C0.
PHONE THE WANT AD DEPARTMENT,
TYLER 1000, AND ASK ABOUT (-)Ut'
BIO ROOM LIST PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR
READERS AND ADVERTISERS
TWO Dleasant connecting front rooms,
suitable for 2 or 3 gentie.nen or couple
employed; hot and cold water In rooms.
628 So. 26th St,, Dg. 8975.
315 PARK AVE. Largo front room H
modern home: gentlemen preferred, but
will consider married couple employed
or two girls. Harney 61 iO.
FURNISHED room In private home for
girl, who can have privnege ot using
kitchen and dining room. Close In. Rea
sonable. Har. 7177.
SINGLE and double rooms for men only;
running hot and cold water: steam heat,
walking distance. Brown Apts., 60S ,N.
21st, Douglas 6644.
EXCEPTIONALLY nice room, 16x20; pri
vate family; modern. 2 car lines; walk
ing distance. 2305 Cass. Doug. J433.
FURNISHED room In beautiful private,
modern home, one-half block to Farnam
ar line. 32 month. Wal. 877.
NICELY furnished room In private home
for gentlemen. Price reasonable 4Z&0
Douglas St. Walnut 59.
WELL-FURNISHED room for gentlemen,
West Fsrnam, nar car line. . Refer
ences Har. 3620j
VERY large room for 3 or 3 students;
walking distance. 628 So. Stith St., vg.
618 .NORTH 41st Ave., nicely furnished
room, private nome; gentlemen. vau
FRONT furnished sleeping room for 2
people. 1147 North 17th St. Web. 5103.
LARGE room for 1 or 2 employed; steam
heat; private outside entrance. H. b030.
1529 PARK Ave., nicely furnished room.
newly decorated, on car line. i. lltj
NICELY furnished bedrooms; walking
distance. 560 S. 26th Ave. H. 1719.
212 DOUGLAS: walking distance; large
room for 2 gentlemen; god heat.
NEWLY furnbhed sleeping room, gentle-
man or married couple. Har. 1130.
LARGE well furnished room for 2 Klitle-
men: very large closet, ry Zo o u.
1543 NORTH 16th St., nicely furnished
rooms. Reasonable. Webster 802.
NICELY furnished room for one or two
gentlemen. References. So. 8,80,
LARGE fronfr room in private home; gen-
jjemcn preferred. ryierjzzoo.
FURNISHED rooms for rent; working
couple preferred. Har. 3729.
TWO sleeping rooms, strictly modern, ki
privatenonie. web. 2870.
526 SOUTH 25TH AVE.. FURNISHED
4202 AMES AVE., nicely furilshed room.
SLEEPING rooms; walking distance. Har.
1 OR 2 elegant rooms, moilern Web. 531,
EXCLUSIVE room, gentleman. Har 04H1,
SINGLE room 623 So. 16th. Apt. 12.
SLEEPING room with porch. H. 3576.
2 BEAUTIFUL rooms. Call Ty. 14!0.
MODERN sleeping. rooms. Djf. 7077;
LARGE sleeping room, Dg. SH4.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms to respectable
people; walkln? distance. 1717 Burt
St. Dj. 8144.
SINGLE housekeeping rooms with bath.
Walking distance, for coupla employed.
2208 HARNEY Suite of rooms, gas range,
running water, also single housekeep
ing reoms, -
STRICTLY modern heated and furnished
1 room, large closet. References. 3012
SUITE of light housekeeping rooms.
Steam heated. 623 So. 16th St. Apt. 12.
1543 N. 16TH ST., furnished room for
light" housekeeping. Webster 802
LARGE room, kitchenette, running water,
2 basement rooms. 2566 Douglas
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROC MS.
NORTH 19TH ST. TTLER 4328.
813 S. 23D 2 light housekeeping rooms;
no objection to children.
MODERN rooms for light housekeeping.
1720 Dodge St. Dg. 7077.
SINGLE housekeeping rooms. Har. 6295.
Board and Roms.
HANSCOM. PARK DISTRICT.
Room with breakfast and dinner,
private hnme; references required. Call
1643 North 18th St. Bedrcom, parlor, pri
vate residence, sultabl4or 1 or 2 gentle
men employed. Breakfast If deslrrd.kCall
3877 CAL1FORNJA. Board and room
for 2 gentlemen. ' Harney car line.
BEMIS PARK Rooms for nurses, also for
gentlemen. Board If desired. Wal. 723.
BOARD AND ROOM. M ERR I AM HOTEL,
SoTH AND DODGE STREETS.
COMFY room and breakfast for 3 ladies
or gents employed. Col. 4381.
TWO large rooms. 623 N. 17th St.
WANTED 2 or 3 rooms: walking distance
of 24th and N Sts. Box 0-47, Omaha
8-ROOM. modern except furnace, all on
one floor, $35. 3706 CJ St. Douglas 3556
or Tyler 1910.
rooms, modern except neat, ju
month. 528 No. 32nd. Douglas 5383.
Bee want ads are best ousiness
Drawn for The Bee by McManus.
Ooprrigkt, I9t0 International Ntwa Servlca,
FOjt RENTAPTS AND FLATo.
Dodge, at 18th Street
Omaha's -Newett and Finest Ex
clusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
COMPLETELY furnished two anil three-
room apartments. Walking distance.
Brown Apartments, 80S North Twenty
BEAUTIFUL apartment, 3 rooms and bath,
completely furnished, walking distance,
west; 95; references; Douglas 1734.
3-ROOM apartment with 6-room ascom-
modatlons. Furniture for aale. Ty. 3250.
FURNISHED apartments ill the Black-
stone. Harney 946.
FOR RENT Business Property.
HANDSOMELY appointed offices
in the best oftice building in City;
two larce ronms with tlirp nri-
N- ..,. v. .. , . ..:-. k 1 i i (f
aic irsuita, ruiiciijk; lot law ill 111
or doctors; furniturf and equip
ment will invoice about $8,000.
Phone Douglas 1160 or address
Omaha Bee. Box 46669.
DESK space for rent; includes ste
nographic and telephone service.
MATTSON & SMAILS,
1213 City National Bank Bldg.
WANTED 100 CARS FOR DEAD STOR
AGE. HARTUNG'S TRANSFER CO.,
TYLER 1976 OR WEBSTER 6226.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
WE assemble and forward carloads o!
both household goods and automobiles.
Watch this column, as It will keep you
Informed where we are maklr g carload
If you are shipping to any of the cities
represented or to towns adjacent to out
shipping points, see us about our ratea
as it is likely that our through rate
Is less than the regular local rate and
you have the advantage of carload serv
ice. Today we are accepting shipments for
the following cities:
Los Angeles Cal.
San Francisco, Cal. -Chicago,
GORDON FIREPROOF WARE
HOUSE AND VAN CO..
219 N. 11th St.
Phone Douglas 394. Omaha. Net.
AND VAN VV.
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 househo.d
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
tOS South 16th. Doug. 416S.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned ty H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 34O0.
GLOBE VAN, TRANSFER AND
For real service in hauling or ator
re, call Tyltr 230 or Louglas 4338.
Auto or wagon service.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1605 Davenport. Doug. 2908.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
FERRETS for sale, w.rlte II. R. Peck,
601 Sduthen-i' 6th St.. Pes Moines. Ia.
BEAUTIFUL yellow canary birds. Walnut
HORSES ANJD VEHICLES.
GOVERNMENT and farm" harness and
leather collars. 35 per cent discount.
Write for free price list. Desk No. f.
Mid West Harness. 706 No. 16th St.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
Neither age nor miles
diminish the value of
and you cannot Ret Ca
dillac quality In any
other car than a '
Type 57 Town Car.
Special body. Just rc- .
painted. A very beau
tiful car at an astonish
ingly low price. -
Type 57 Touring.
Nearly new cord
tires. Just repainted.
Tvpe 53 Touring. RE-NE"W-ED.
Type 59 Touring.
Used as a demonstrator
for a short time.
Painted Hunters Red.
Goodyear cord tires.
The advantages of ac
curate workmanship, fine .
machinery, fine tools i
and skilled operatives,
are present in a RE-NEW-ED
Cadillac to a
degree which would not
be possible in a new car
of equal cost.
We also have a com
plete line of used cars
of miscellaneous makes.
These cars are all in
good condition and
many are newly painted.
Patterson 1920 Touring.
Buick 1919 Touring.
Hudson Super Six Tour
ing. Overland Roadster.
Studcbaker Touring. ' ,
YOU ARE SURE THAT
OURS ,IS A SAFE
PLACE TO BUY. ' ,
Farnam at 26th
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
Buy a Guy L. Smith
We alwayi have a few first-cl
uoFft rarn which are real barfii.fi!'. 1
K.ich ii guaranteed and w-ith a
real service behind it. Call Doug
las 1970 any time for description
of cars and prices.
W are showing 5 1920 Hudwn tour
ing ca's which hav been slightly used
hare In o.nahs. Tha owners turned
thorn In on enclosed models and ; tliar
are excellent autoiuolll bargains at ta
price wo aU. If you aro going to gt
a high grade car this Is a chance 10
savo soino niony. , .
Guy L. Smith,
We have some splendid 1919
newly painted Fords for sale, cash
or terms. Try one and you'll buy
Drive It Yourself Co.,
1314 Howard s. Doug. 3622.
WE SAVE YOU.
$5 out of every $10 on auto insuranoe.
Phona Douglas 7708. 3IS Peter Trust
Bldg. Continental Inv. Co.
J35 WILL rent space for vour car until
March 1, 1921, at 1501 Marcy St. Har
tung's Transfer Co., Tyler 1979.
SOME bargain in used Ford cara Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. Tha Handy Ford
Service Station. 15th and Jockson. poug.
las 3500. J
DO YOU want a good automobile at
bargain prlve? All make and sizes.
Terms or rash. Call Mr. Jones, D. 6188.
DICKSON" ft Newman build garage
driveways, sidewalk and do general re.
pair work. Phone South 2794 or So. 1761.
FORDS, DODGES, BHICK FOR SALE OR,
TRADE. EASY TERMS. CALL 8. 9.
O'ROURKEUTOCO8701S. t4th SU
6-PASSENGKIl touring, good tires, new
top, new paint, fine running order, $260.
See It at 423 8. :otn. ween gays.
WANTED For snot cash. 100 jsed ca
quick action; no delay. Auto Exchange
Co., Z0li9 Jt arnam Bt. uougiaa vnu
THE DiXIlS FLYER, ,
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANT. ,
2520 Farnam St.
OAKLAND Ser.slble Six.
20th Harney Sts.
WE have 60 good used cars to select
from. All prices.
MEEKS AUTO CO.. 2028 FanarrK
SEVEN-PASSENGER Reo 6, 5 new tlreaj
original finish, Uka new. Har. 6258 or
1920 FORD Sedan, perfect condition, good
tires, etc., cheap. Cash or terms. Tyler .
WILL sacrifice Stearns Knight roadster.
11 any extras. Perfect condition. Dg 7464.
FORD sedan, fine condition; starter and
extras; u n I y 8660. Doug. 6749.
Tires and Supplies. .
NEW TIRES. FIRST-CLASS.
30x3 .......8 9.95 I 32x34 $14.91
30x3H 11.95 I 33x4 20.99
3Cx4 20.95 I 34x4 20.9$
Goodrich Guaranteed Ford Tube. 92.60.
KA1MAN TIRE JOBBERS. 1722 CUMING.
NEW TIRES-50 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
40x3 .$ 9.75 32x4 $19.11
ftOvSU. 11 On I S.1vA . 10 KA
32x3' j 14'90 i 34x4 20.00 A
Mai order filled.
STANDARD TIRE CO., 410 N. 16TH ST.
30x3. $5.00; 30x3. 99.00.
All sizes In proportion. Look over ouf
rebuilt. Open Sunday. Tyler 2989.
, SAVIGE TIRES.
90S N. 16th St. Keystone Tire Shop.
640 ACRES IMPROVED AND 320
ACRES UNIMPROVED LAND
FOR SALE. EASTERN COLO
RADO; WANT $25,000 STOCK
MERCHANDISE AS PART
PAYMENT. C. V. NELSON,
3012 DAVENPORT, OMAHA,
160 ACRES Burlington, Colo., $500down or
will take Omaha property. Colfax 4182.
341 acres Elk county, Kan., large modern
house, tenant house, 3 barns, all good
alfalfa land, one mile of high school;
corn this year will make 80 bu. per acre.
Price 865,000. will take some exchange.
' Address Room 112, Harney Hotel,
Prices ranging from $25 to $100 per
I want 250 practical farmers who are
willing to invest and farm these lands.
Will sll any amount to reliable parties,
from 10 to 25.000 acres, on liberal terms.
J. R. Andrews
4,000 ACRES Box Butte county farm land
$25 to $35 an acre In half section lot
S. S. AND R. E. MONTGOMERY.
213 City National Bank Bldg.
rtro GRANDE vallev nubile sale at au
tlon; fifteen irrigated farm tract ni
Improved farms, November 9, Addresl
Drawer ZT,9. Mercedes, Tex.
HOMESEEKERS send for Virginia farK.
list. Dept. 69, Emporia, Va.
Cozy Home for $1,200-
Forty, level, highly productive, no
rocks, 15 under cultivation, balance eas
iest possible clearini?. nice little, 3-room
bungalow, good cellar, small frame bam.
and garage, good well, on main roadiy
miles to school, free tius to school, 12
miles, from Webster, Wis., on Soo iine.
. 85 miles northeast of St. Paul, 1 mile
from projected electric railway on which
50 miles of grading have already been
done. Will sell for $1,200 cash, or could
accept $00 cash, and give terms on bal
ance. Compelled to raise money on short
notice Is the reason for this extremely
low price, and It will pay you well to
come on the iiixt trafn If prepared ta
take advantaifV of the situation. Good
corn. aats. wneat, clover, timothy an
potatoes raised hero and a fine count
to live In. Owner, 804 Glob Bids-. 8U
ram. .-Minn. -
LANDOLOOY special number Just out con
taining 1920 facts ot clover land in
Marinette county, Wisconsin. It for a
home or as an Investment you are
thinking of buying good farm land
where farmers grow rich, send at onro
for this special aumber of Landology. It
Is free on request. Address Skldmore
Richie Land Co., 433 Skidmora-Klehla
Bldg., Marinette, Wis.
1EXAS OIL LEASES AND CHEAP LANDS
Several thousand acres choice lease
and feo lands mar drilling well In
twenty counties in Central. West and
Southwest Texas, New five and tt-vear
lenses, good titles and very low rentals.
For quick action will make ycu best
prices you ever heard of. Write or wir
A. F. LUSE,
433 Burton Bldg. Fort Wnrth. Tex.
Real Estate Loans
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest ratea Private loan boo'ha. Harry
Malashock, 1614 Dodge. D. 5619 Es. 1994
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB FARMS,
O'KEEFE REAT, ESTATK CO..
1018 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. poug. 2711,
$100 to $10,000 made promptly,
r. D. WEAD, Wead Bldg. 3 IK 8. 19th St,
SHOPEN A COMPANY. po-"9
PROMPT ervlce, reasonable ratea, privet
money. Garvin Broa 846 Omaha NaU
REAL ESTATE WANTtTD.
Wanted Houses to Sell
Our organization backed by 40 yeara
of experience In real estate Is at your
service; buyers call on us every day.
We need listings In all parts of tha
McCague Investment Co.,
Doug. 1345. 150 Dodge St.
To buv or ll Omaha Rest EsUte
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 'City Nat Bk. Bldg. Douglas 1499.
tOU" WANT TO" SELL THAT HOUSE, f
Want quick action T Just try ua Call
OSBORNE REALTY CO.. 430 Bt Blo.
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