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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920.
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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
WORIAKTT Kathryn K.. aged 45 yaara,
beloved wife of Mr. Chea. J. Morlarty,
aurylvad by kuaband and ona "on. John,
alao parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kuan
Kiittiral. Thursday, from family resi
dence, 801 North Thirty-ninth street,
( a. m., to St. Cerlllas cathedral :16
a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre ceme
tery. SHACKLEFORD -C. D., aged 70 years.
It months? 6 daya.
Private funeral will be held from tha
home of hla daughter, Mra. Dr. A. C.
Htokes, 4714 Davenport, Wednesday.
10:30 a. m. Interment Forest Lawn
cemetery. Please omit flowera.
FARN.SWORTH E. "P., aged 71 yeara, died
Monday morning at an Omaha hospital.
Funeral Wednesday at 3 p. m,, from
Brewers Funeral Home, 24th and K Sta,
Burial at Oraceland Park Cemetery,
R. I.. Wheeler, officiating.
ALL members of I. O. O. F., No. 148. are
requoated to meet at the Odd Fellows
Hall Wednesday at 2:15 to attend the
funeral of lata brother K. T. Ferns
worth. John A. Burda, Noble Grand.
STACK & FALCONER
Thirty-third ' and Farnam. Harney 64
HULSE & RIEPEN
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
701 South l(!th 8t. Douglas 122S.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertaken and Embalmars.
Phon H. 266. Office 2611 Famam.
FOR AMBULANCE call South 680. KorUko
Funeral Home, 23d and O Sta.
LEE L. LARMONlCiM.eU'
1114 Dougtaa St. Douglaa 8244.
JOHN BATH, 18th and Farnam. D. 3000?
L. Henderson. 1611 Farnam. Douglaa 1241.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births William and Laura Baker, 5619
Tlatlroad avenue, boy; Olat and Ida
Kkstrom, 2411 Wirt street, girl; Harry
and Margaret Black, hospital, girl: Wal
ter and Margaret Bergman, hospital, girl;
Kdwln and Nancy Johnaon. 316 North
, Twenty-first atreet, boy; Wllllanv and
Genevieve Lehner, hospital, girl; Ben and
, Mary Wolbach. 3923 L atreet, boy; Joseph
i and Martha Crnkovlch, Thirty-ninth and
Madison atreeta, girl; Loea and Julia De
vogla, 6004 South Thirty-eighth atreet,
i hoy; John and Hulda Lane, 4421 South
Seventeenth atreet, boy; A. L. and Annie
Sedwick, hospital, boy; Luciano and An
gela Lanterl, 1129 North Seventeenth
atreet, boy; Oscar and 8igrld Peterson,
hospital, girl; Samuel and Matilda Rosen
blum, 4(187 Douglaa atreet, boy; Andrew
and Hulda Hansen, R. F. D. No, 2, Fort
Calhoun, girl; William and Frances Sul
ley, hospital, boy; Rudolph and Edna
Postal, hospital, boy; Carl and Katherine
Phelps, hospital, girl.
Deaths Herbert payne, 60,' hospital;
Maggie Mlsfeldt, 39, hospital; Sarah Re
becca Srhechter, 68, 6022 Izard atreet;
John. Tlerney. 65, 1707- Leavenworth
street; John J. Brown, 4, hospital:' Ade
line Martin, t, hospital; Eda Ernstlne
Stajohn, 31, hospital; Laura Amelia Pal
mer, 13, hospital; Oscar D, Helmes, In
fant, 4426 North Fifteenth street; San
ford A. Van Luven, 64,. 4718 North Forty
aeventh atreet; Baby Race, Infant, .1408
Webster atreet; Eldro Nelson, 14, 3118
Cottage Grove: Mrs. Christina O, John
son, 78. 2660 Pratt street; Rosa
Synowleckl, 1, 2999 South Twenty-eighth
street; Anton Buglewtca, 4. 6202 South
Twentieth street; Loula Peers, 2, 4108
Orchard avenue; Dnse Hallat, 2, 6521
South Thirty-first street.
Tha following persons were Issued per
mits to wed:
Te Forest H. Dwver, JO, Omaha, and
Nellie L. Cone, 21, Omaha.
Seaver A. Sellne. 27. Omaha, and Emrty
Spnngenberg, 28, Omaha, ' .
Herbert J. Ronnesu, !). Omaha, and
lturalia V. Card, 23, Omaha.
Oeorge IV. Fastman. over !, Omaha,
ind Julli M. Fitxserald, over 18, Omaha.
Jack Berlin, over 21. Chicago, III. and
Bessie B. Llnslti, over IS, Kansas fflty,
M'j. ' v '
Joseph P. Ttarlna, 27, Crelghton, Nib.,
. end Mary Schaefer, 19, Crelghton, Neb.
Joseph A. Tourek. 25. Omaha, ' and
Maria K. Dldla. 21. Omaha. ;
Frank San Filippo,' 26. Omaha, and
flraila Anzalono, 18, Omnha.
Edward Brown, 28, Ayr. Neb . and Cath
arine Cooney, 23, Hastings. Nell.
Theron Olttlna, 24, GrlswoHd, la., and
Marie Derrlckaon, 23, Red Oak. Ia.
Thomas Jackson, 53. Valley. Neb., and
Jaret Falconer( 50, Valley, Neb.
Harry A. Strack, 25, Omaha, and Ei.een
. K Inner, 23, Omaha.
Constant J. Kimling. ?7, Omaha and
May Parsley, 28, Omaha.
George F. Jackson, 36, Omaha, and
Eadle J. Spencer, 40, Omaha.
Aaron Shsfer. 27, Omaha, and Lena
I Kiasne, 21, Omaha.
Theodora F. Cherek, 16, OmahaanG
Anna B"sta, 21, Omaha. i
Bert R. Crandall. 26. Denver, Col"., and
Katherine Zeman, 21, Pulaska. Pa.
L. L. Knuntae. 423 South 3Stvi St., frame
addition to frame dwelling. $7,500.
J. H. Sing, 2010 North 66th St., frame
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on street cars tele,
phon Tyler 800. We are anxious to re
store' lost articles to rightful owners,
OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
PARTY who took seal coat with beaver
trimming rrom home 3823 s. 23rd St.
waa seen leaving with coat and 's
known. Return to owner and avoid
LOST Valuable cameo stickpin bet. 8th
and Hickory "and 6th and Hickory. . Re
ward. Doug. 0265.
LOST Large beaver collar on blvd. bet.
Omaha and Florence. Doug. 7256. Re-
LtfST Lsdy's black seal collar on Flor
. ence road. Reward. Webter 2160.
LOST Ring of keya. Reward return tj
Ralph Tuttle. 3723 O St. S. 944.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. We distribute.
Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
nail. Call and Inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
MRS. DYMOND. Swedish masseuse, form
erly of Solar Sanitarium, will civ treat
- roents In home and at her home. D. 8994.
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY, Incorporated. Douglaa 1'7.
Arlington Blk... On aha. Neb.
RELIABLE party without children desires
to car for small child. Colfax 3729.
RENT elec. vac, cleaner. 81 day. Col 4116.
RENT Hoover vacuum aweeper. Har. 1071.
MASSAGE 210 North Seventeenth St.
17A1 TJinn School for Dancing. 2424
JVcl-lT lllC Famam. Doug. 7860.
KEEP 8 HOTEL ROME. "
We teach ball room and all kinds of
fancy dancing. P. 2581. or H. 379 2.
' Fancy dancing for children,
season. $20. keep's. hotel rome.
EWINO. allka. velvets, skirts. Jackets re.
linen, remoneiea. acaaonimp. n.
DRESSMAKING. CALL WALr 5626.
JAMES ALLAN. 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all eases, lyier iio.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau. Railway
Ex. Bldg. Doug. 2056. Night. 'Col. 45.
DIAMONDS "wuh prlv,le"e
to buy back at ' small profit GROSS
JEWELRY CO. 402 N. lth St. IVoug-
I m MAvPiFrk. I f : V -,. '
' I ' "OH! DO YOU ,
V zr th'n vou are ' rv fA
E ONLY ONE ) (
DR. 8KCOR. 1017 1st Nat. Bk. Ty. 2138.
Painting and Decorating.
f-AINTINQ, papering, reasonable ;rlcea
house painting specialty, fc'rank Kull
aek, Webster 3025. or Walnut 1427.)
Painting, papering, plastering. WaL 4567.
JAMES W. MARTIN, Patent Attorney,
1716 Dodge St. fatent your invention
and sell It to a manufacturer.
Hemstitching and Pleating.
ACCORDION, aide, knife, sunburst box
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pltatlng Co., 101
Brown Blk. Douglaa 1936.
!ebr. Pleating & Button Co.. 180C Far
nam St. D. 6670.
Wa rent, repair, sell needles and parta.
16th nd' Harney. Douglaa 1972.
NEBRASKA Vulca Patch Sales Agency.
411 So.-24th; distributors for vulca
Pater:, Parker'i Lightning Auto Polish,
Bear Non-Skid Emergency Chains; or
' der by ma P.
27th and Martha Sta., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze, aPjmlnum and machln
gray Iron castings.
SAFETY raxor blades aharpened, new ra
zors, razor blades sold, umana itazor
Sharpening Co., 1622 Vi Dodgo. 103 N. 16.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattreaa-
ea made from your own feathers, sum
mer A winter sides. 1907 Cuming. D. 2467.
BALL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can bo
purchased at Rlalto Drug Store. 15-h
and Dougtaa 8ts., Omaha. Neb.
HATS cleaned and blocked while you wait.
at Paxton Hat Works, 1607 Vs f arnam
St. Work guaranteed. D. 6939.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
writs ror prices, ine unsign to., ju
WEDDI.NO announcements and printing.
Douglaa Printing Co. Tel Douglas 644.
FULL dress suits and tuxedos for rent,
109 N 16th St., John Feldman. D. 3U4.
CORSETS made to order. Call' Webater
6515. ; ' V
OMAHA WELDING CO. "Tha Careful
Welders." 16th and Jackson D. 4397.
RENT Hoover vacuum, 11 25. WaL 1947.
Q A BARGAINS. 12th F
DAP HiO j. j. Darlght Safe
GFT olar flgui-ea on roofs. North Wcat
'Read) Roofing Co., 803 H. :1.
M VTTR ESS ESS remade, springs rep. H. 7163
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bldg.
6lna ha Towel Supply. 207 g. 11th. D. 628
WEAVING, old rugs remado. Tyler 1433.
Furniture and Household Goods.
24 complete homes of extra good fur
niture to, be sold as fast as we can sell.
3 days. Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day, October 18th, 19th and 29th. Sale
Btarts each day at 1 p. m. sharp, in my
Ruction house, southeast corner 18th and
Webster Sts. .
' Remember this sale lasts 3 daya and
is one of the bigest aales I have ever
conducted on furniture consisting of 6
extra good pianos, 6 atandard talking
machines, 4 extra good earlor suites and
6 extra good living room suites com
plete, duofolds and davenports, dining
room sets all kinds, 3 mahogany dining
room seta complete and 2 American
walnut dining room sets complete. Over
100 ruga all kinds, Including oriental,
Anglo-Persian, French and royal wllton,
body brussell and axminester, all aizes.
Bedroom suites, the very best In Amer
ican walnut, mahogany, white Ivory,
circaalon walnut bedroom suites com
plete. Brass, Vernls Martin and Simon
beds complete. Beautiful dressers, chlf
flonlers. chttforobes, dressing tables In
oak, I walnut and mahogany, all kinds.
Drapes, linens, cut glass, hand painted
china, bedding blankets, haviland china,
sunroom and wicker furniture. Ice boxes,
kitchen cabinets; gas steel, coal ranges
and heating stoves, laundry and cooking
utensila. A complete stock of groceries
to be sold for the creditors. Automobile
and hundreds of articles too numerous
to mention. 24 homes of furniture. Sales
run 3 days.
JAMES L. DOWD, Auctioneer.
If you have anything to sell, call
Douglas 3285 or Tyler 966.
WE BUY old and new furniture. We pay
beat price. Eureka Furniture Co., Web.
3380. 1417 North 24th.
GOOD child's bed and mattress, also 600
pound frafo for sale. Phone South 0231.
LARGE sized baseburner. Colfax 2433.
FURNITURE-for sale! DougJ 047.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
A. HOSPE CO. -SSSSSJS
Pianos for rent, 4 per month.
DRUMS, traps, marimbas, Instructions, re
pairing. Phone Harney 2967. Geo. A.
Smlth 2761 Davenport St. .
MUST sell my beautiful S150 mahogany
phonograph; 42 records and needles. All
for 185. Walnut 3941.
BRUNSWICK phonograph, mahogany, $80.
Call Apt. 8 or 2 The Newton. Ty. 0957.
WILL sacrifice $285 Vlctrola phonograph
for $165; bargain. Douglas 3pft6,
ALMOST new Knabe piano. Cheap.
GUITAR, bmnd new. cheap. Wal. 1796.
UPRIGHT piano for Bale. Ty. S965.
Typewr.ters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agenta for the CORONA.
Gt cur price before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Dcuglas 3120. 1912 Farnam.
ALL MAKES, Typewriter Co., "all makes."
205 a 18th at. Tyler 24.
PROTECTOGRAPHS. F. i E.'; bargains.
S!fl Neville Bldg.
1-TON Fairbanks No. 4 standard
scale. 3Hx3H toot platform, also
28-inch Buffalo Forge Co. exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17th and Farnam St Phone Tyler
1000. . .
GLASS FOR SALE.
81ZES 6x7. 6x8. 8x10. BEST GRADE;
CAN BE USED FOR HOT HOUSES.
WIRELESS 8ETS. ETC
4 Tyler 1000.
On payments to reliable people at
r- THE DIAMOND SHOP.
(02 Securities Bldg. , Tyler 36S5.
IDEAL, No. W. 28-7 hot wat-jr boiler, Just
the thing for an apartment house. Prac
tically new. with extra set of grates.
Cost $674. Will sell for $425. 2701 Leav
LARGE size hot air furnace, 26-inch fire
pot. Big enough to heat store or 6-r.
house. Cost new $250. Will sell for
$125. Call Mr. Edtnan, Harney 2406.
iiURE and safe Investment, city warrants
to pay you 10 per cent Interest, $100,
$500 and $1,000 amounts. E. G Solomon.
617 Karbach Bldg. Douglaa 6262.
WE buy. sell safea, make desks, show
cases, etc. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co..
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas. D. 2724.
ONE No. 6-25-A International steam boiler,
rate 1,350 feet, cost new, $505, will aell
at $350. 2701 Leavenworth'.
l'OH SALE 2 tubulat boilers, 16x5 and
ex3. Both In excelleat condltii n. Call
Douglas 6808. Mr. Downs.
FOR SALE Used furnace, good condi
tion, 24-Inch fire pot. Phone Walnut
1566. 4917 Burt St!
KVMMAUE sale will be held at 6n So.
13th Jt. Wedntsday, Oct. 20th. Door
open 9 a. m.
RUMMAGE sale Wednesday. Oct. 20, at
622 South 13th St. Clothing of all
FOR SALE Good sized refrigerator, opal
lined, practically new. Call Walnut 0070.
SEVERAL office desks and chairs, good
condition, 2566 Farnam St. Har. 0210.
ONE Cahner doughnut machine, complete,
very cheap for cash. Doug. 6660
ALFALFA hay In stack. On Ocdge atreet
road. C. W. Sears, Doug. 8081.
HONEY white clover, fineat quality. In all
.glass Jars. Doug. 1112.
TAUPE fox set for sale.- Call Doug. 2787.
GOOD motorbca,.1 can use on river. Dg.
2D-HAND lumber, 1828 N. 21st. Web. 469.
LAWN manure for sale. Wal. 3515.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS' DESKS DESKS
New deaka; usd desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reeo. 1207 Farnam. D. 6116.
WILL buy aecond.hand clothing, shoes and
furniture. Ty, 2598. A. Zavett. 706 N. 16.
LIBERTY bonds bought. Macks Bond
House, 1421 First Nat'l. Bk. Bldg.
WANTED TO BORROW.
WANTED to borrow, $700 or $800 on
Stearns Knight touring, car n A-l con
dition. Box- R-37, Omaha Boe.
CORRESPONDENCE with a per
sonality is the specialty of a young
man whose services we can no
longer use because we are discon
tinuing some of our lines of work.
He has served us so satisfactorily
that we want to help him get the
sort of position he deserves.
Phone Tyler 4400 and let us ar
range an interview for him.
WANTED By man and wife, to take
charge of well stocked farm, one that
will produce 'feed for atock. Everything
furnished, prefer percentage of Increase
Instead of salary. Am thoroughly ex
perienced. Reference furnished. Make
r me an offer. Am 38 years of age. Ad
dress Box 662, Cheyenne Wyo.
AUDITOR and office manager, .former res
ident of Omaha, thoroughly .familiar
with' all details of department store Re
counting and system, now connected
with chattt store. In the east, desirous of
returning to Omaha or vicinity. T-1310,
WANTED By well educated young man,
a position aa companion or valet for a
responsible party; am 20- yeara of age,
single, and well acquainted with all
make of cars, I am willing to travel
If desired. Call Walnut 0839.
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
YOUNG woman wlshea steady position as
housekeeper In bachelor's or widower's
home. Phone 860-W. or address Mrs.
I,. Meston, Platismouth, Neb., care F.
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee.. Lota of good places are always
adverttred. Don't misa them.
Laundry and Day Work
BUNDLE washing called for or discount
If del. Roughdry or flnlHhed. Web. 6161
EXPERIENCED laundresa and Ironer with
references. South 4461.
DAY work, bundle washing; experienced.
SMALL bundle washing wanted. Harne
DAY WORK, bundle washing. -Webster
HALF days, cooking, cleaning. Web. 3343.
Day work by hour, reliable, sol Dg. 1132.
DAY work, experienced. Colored. Ty 3168.
DAY work; house cleaning. Harney 61 2
DAY work wanted, experienced Web 62lT
WOOL blankets, lace curtains. H. 1130.
BUNDLE washing. Webater 13V9.
HALF days, by the week. Web. 4505.
COLORED girl wants day work. Web. E442
WASHING and ironing. Webster 2317.
DAY work.' laundry, rap. Web 1306.
DAY work, with ref. Web. 6004.
DAY work, exp. Tyler 04!.
DAY work. Tyler 0413.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
"Certified Public Accountants."
First class qualified aenlnr assistant
wanted for New York office, salary
$4.000-$5,000. Must have had consider
able experience In investigation work.
State qualifications and give references
as to character and ability. Apply T.
L.. Box Y-1314, Omaha Bee.
ACCOUNTANT. $125; aaalatant ledger
clerk, $110-1115; office clerk, good pen
THE MARTI CO.. 1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
STENOGRAPHER. $140; stenographer.
$126; office clerk, good future, $100.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
912 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
MEN quick with figures to do tabulating
work during election. Apply J. A, Raw
lings, Editorial Rooms, World-Herald.
WANT some married man or woman to
sell popcorn evenings. Good pay. Write
Tor interview, lock nox 66.
WANTED An experienced drug clerk.
St. Joseph Drug Co., St. Joseph. Mo.
Professions and Trades.
FiREMEN, brakemen, $2?6-$:60 monthly.
experience unnecessary, write Railway
Box Y-1313 Omaha Bee.'
FIREMAN WANTED Stationary engine
at pumping plant.. I'lattf muuth Wattr
Co., Plattsmouth, Neb
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Thoroughly experienced and
capable packing house coop?r. Steady
Job and permanent connection guaran
teed for the right partv. Must be In
dustrious, sober and a man who -la look
ing for a permanent connection. Ad
dress Box Y1316, Omaha Bee.
YOUNG men, etudy law. Eve. downtown
sessions. Univer. of Omaha Law Dept.
' Thorough course; nominal tuition. 8ec
404 Omaha National Bldg.
WANTED Young man for olothlng and
furnishing department. Martins, Grand
WANTED Flrat class auto trimmer. Coli
seum Motor company, Casper, Wyoming.
Moler Barber College,
110 So. 14th St. Catalog Free.
ATTORNEY to take charge of office In
western city. Box Y-1308, Omaha Bee.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED Experienced tire sales
men with executive ability, capable
of being promoted to manager of
branch stores. State briefly your
experience, ' whither married or
single, what part of the country
you are most familiar with,1' sal
f.ty wanted and volume of business
"secured for last, or present' em
ployers; also the class of trade.
Only tried and producing sales
men need apply. Box . Y-1296,
We have a splendid opening for
a man with candy experience to
take full charge of Omaha terri-
! tory, must be a good executive and
be able to handle men. Our line
of confection is nationally adver
tised and is in tremendous demand
everywhere. Unless you ' are
thoroughly qualified and can
measure up, don't waste your time;
to the man who is a live wire and
can qualify, we offer a big future.
Call in person, Fontenelle Hotel,
between 8-and 12 'a. 'm. 'E. J.
Gutgsell. . .
Wanted By large educational Institu
tion, two real salesmen, capable of earn
ing six to eight thousand dollars per
year. The men selected will be given
Individual training In the field by sea
soned ' salesman. Expenses training
period advanced. An exceptional oppor
tunity for a clean cut, aggressive sales
man. Call Room 129 Hotel Fontenelle,
Monday evening, 7 to 9, or write Box
0-38, Omaha Bee.
SALESMEN A real opportunity. We, a
lnrge Cleveland manufacturer, want an
able salesman to represent a high-class
specially needed by all retail merchants.
Selling experience an asset, bu not
essential. We will co-operate with vou so
you will be able to draw larger com
mission checks weekly than you ever
thought possible. Position permanent
State age. Address E.. D. Nykamp, box
no, station tj, Cleveland, d
DISTRICT sales manager. Industrial
lroposttlon. now more than 60 per cent
financed, Has opening for high-class
man with managerial capaolty. To such
a man, who has six or more salesmen
he can bring with' him, we have an un
usual offer to make. Wire or write at
once, W. J. Tarronce, 328 Bedell Bldg.,
San Antonio, Texas.
SPECIALTY salesmen in silverware, ruga
and blankets; can use couple of good
men, out-of-town work. F. C. Adams
Co.. 623 South 16th St.
SALESMEN High pressure men required
ior aaie ciean proposition; responsible
house; perfect co-operation; no stocks.
Address Sales Manager, 927 South Hen
derson, Frt Worth, Texas.
MfANTED Ten salesmen to sell stock in
local farmers' elevators and mills. The
Bankers' Investment Trust, 906 Pioneer
Building. St. Paul, Minn.
We pity 80 cents an account; other
agencies pay 20 cents. C"j0 weekly.
Illinois Adjusting Corp., 12; N. Dear
SALESMAN An organizer lor state 01
Nebraska; specialty line, well adver
tised. Box 1304, Omaha Bee.
Teamsters and Chauffeurs.
To haul coal
And . building material.
Call Walnut 0301.
UPDIKE LUMBER & COAL CO.,
45th and Dodge. .
wanted at once, steady work and good
wages for man who is willing worker.
Must know city well, - Apply today.
8th and Dodge.
Fine opportunities for boys who can
attend to business. Clever youngsters
will find experience here equal to busi
ness education. Good pay.
Apply general manager's office.
ABOUT 16 YEARS OF AGE,
FOR BANK WORK.
CALL SOUTH 4780
OR DOUG. 226.
WANTED Bright boy. 16 or 17 years, for
office work and to run errinds. Chance
to learn advertising buslnea. Apply 406
World -Herald Bldg.
BOY wanted for errand and general office
work. Opportunity for advancemet.t 210
City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Stores and Offices.
GIRLS to take course In shorthand, type
writing, bookkeeping, etc.; peraonal In
struction enables you to finish quickly:
lOUNO lady wanted to work I'. eton No
ex'irlence required. H1iernian-MC(.on-1
i.ell Drug Co. 16th, Harney Sis.
SEE JIGG3 AND MAGGIE IN FULL.
PACE Or COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BLX
00 "VOU CIVE XQOR
AN ALLOWANCE OR
aHE. AK FOR MOMEY J
.-tar-. . ....
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Young lady atudenta to enroll
In our short courses In stenography,
typewriting, operation of comptometer
and Wghor accounting. Day and night
classes. Individual Instruction. Position
secured for every graduate. Call and
see us or telephone Douglaa 7415.
DWOR.AK SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING,
Second Floor Wead Bldg., 18th ft Farnam.,
EXPERIENCED ledger clerk for Bur
rough's posting machine. Dg. 4692.
MACHINE girls wanted at once. Stand
ard Laundry. 2403 No. 24th.
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 V
Room 616. '.
New Telephone Building. .
19th and Douglas Streets.
' , .... WANTED.
MESS HOUSE COOK, WHITE.
P. K. RANCH," SHERIDAN, WYO.
' SEE JOSEPH BARKER.
207-11 8. 19TH ST. DOUG. 1350.
TWO GIRLS WANTED
FOR CANDY FACTORY.
ONE BON BON DIPPER.
ONE CHOCOLATE DIPPER.
APPLY SUPT., BALCONY.
BUTTON girl, lso girl for pattern work
in . pleating establishment. Experience
unnecessary. Good wage's to beginners.
Van Arnam Pleating Co. 412 Paxton
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Middle aged woman for house
keeper on farm, must be neat, no ob
jection to one child. Must furnish beat
references. Box. Y1217, Omaha Bee.
COMPETENT girl for general housework,
must be experienced and a good cook,
laundresa kept; pay good wages. Ad
dress Box X 67, Omaha Bee.
WANTED Competent white girl for gen
eral housework, 2 In family, no wash
ing, good wages. Har. 4042. 1320 So.
34th St. . '
WANTED A maid for general house
work, 2 In family, small apartment.
Apply 626 S. Slst St.. Apt. 22. H. 1067.
MAID for general housework; permanent
place for right party. Mrs. Chas. Mc
Monies, 1610 S. 35th St. Har. 6470.
WANTED A young girl or middle-aged
woman to assist with housework; good
home for right party. Har. 4061.
WANTED Competent whit, maid for
general housework, 2 In fanlly: emali
house. Phone Harney 477
NEAT white girl for general housework.
No laundry work. N. C. Leary, 1304 S.
36th St. Har. 2290.
WANTED White reliable cook. Refer
ences required. Mrs. Arthur Stqrz, 315
S. 64th St. Wal. 3215.
WHITE maid for general housework. No
laundry. Pleasant room and bath, 1709
Jones St. Har. 672.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
3 In family, no children, good wages.
Call Walnut 2965.
WANTED Experienced girl for eecond
. work. Mrs. Joseph Barker, 426 Nu. 38th
St. Har. 0027.
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
Mrs. Arter. 3526 Harney St Phone Har
MAID wanted for general housework. Mrs
Geo. T. Porter, 3625 Lincoln Blvd. Wal
WHITE girl fijr general housework. Mri.
F. L. Devereux, 1706 So. 32d Ave. Har
RELIABLE girl to help with housiwork.
Nice room and good wages. Mrs. F, D.
Wead, 602 So. 40th, Harnev 171.
HOUSEKEEPER wanted by young man
on' farm. State wages wanted. Box
Y-1309, Omaha Bee.
EXPERIENCED child s nurse. Mrs. V. L.
Devereux, 1706 So. 32d Ave. Harney 670.
WANTED Girl to assist w'.th general
housework. No washing, walnut sz
WANTED Maid, no laundry, references.
Mra W. J. Haynea, 432 So. 38th St. Har
EXPERIENCED child's nurse. Mrs. K.
H. Patterson. 127 No. 40th 8t. Har. 3f7.
WANTED White laundress for Monday
and Tuesday. 3709 Jones. Har. 0672.
WANTED A white girl for second work.
Telephone Harney 69.
Hotels and Restaurants.
GIRLS wanted to wait on table at svia
fountain. Good pay. Beaton Drug Co.
FLOOR maid wanted. White. Clarkson
BIG SISTERS ASSOCIATION for the
benefit of business girls. 663 Bee Bldg
WANTED Messenger girl, IS to 18 year.
Apply room 713, new telephone Bl.ig.
Male and Female.
15 YOUNG MEN .
AS DANCINO INSTRUCTORS.
APPLY JACK CONNORS.
AT EMPRESS RUSTIC GARDEN.
WANTED Men, ladlea and bays to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College.
AMBITIOUS men. women over 17 wanted;
U. S. government positions; IU6-II95
month; list poaltlona free. Franklin In
stitute. Dept. 228-H, Rochester, N. Y.
LEARN tire repairing and retreading;
also tube repairing and all rubber vul
canising IN THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
TIRE REPAIR SCHOOL IN OMAHA,
Three weeks' training. 126. Write cr
NATIONAL TIRE SHOP.
17th Street and Capitol Avenue.
We da not aell vulcanising machinery.
f :. - flp s
tao Isrru riaruat lavtes. ta. p1
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complote course's in accountancy, machine
bookkeeping, comptometry, shorthand
and typewriting, railroad and wireless
telegraphy, civil service and all Eng
lish and commercial branches. Write,
rail or phone Douglas 1666 for large
illustrated catalog. Address
Bnyles Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Van Sant School of Ulslneai
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg
$2,600 will buy a one-half Interest In
a new but going business which will
make a small fortune within the next
On account of other business, It ia
Impossible for the owner to devote any
time. You must be capable of taking
full charge and the active management
of the business.
The specialty which we are marketing
Is a Kerosene-Gas Heater that heats and
the demand tor such a heater ia unlim
ited, which wa can proVe to you by
orders and correspondence now on hand.
Don't pasa this up If you desire to get
into a money-mnklng business on a
small amount of capital. Address at
once Box O-40, Omaha Bee.
MOVIE THEATER Iowa, good lo.atlon,
town 4,600, seating 600; on? other tnovle
In town. Address Box Y I30i Omaha
TO OET in or out of business, see LEWIS
& Co.. 411 McCarue Bldg.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE.
An elegant 10-r., strictly mod. home.
Fine oak floors and finish; excellent
basement. Also good 7-r. house on
same lot.' A total of 17 rooms. H
block to 3 tar lines. Income nqw over
$2,000 and owner occupying part of
house. In choice location. Near Park
Ave. and Leavenworth.
BROWN REALTY CO..
Doug. 1605. 211 Kennedy Bldg.
FOR SALE 8-room rooming house and
restaurant. Call South 3360.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
PHONE THE WANT AD DEPARTMENT,
TYLER 1000. AND ASK ABOUT OUR
BIO ROOM LIST PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUL
READERS AND ADVERTISERS
LARGE room, good location, family of
home privileges to right party. No other
roomers. Breakfast if desired. Gentle
men only. Refa. Walking diet. H. 4101.
SINGLE and double rooms for men only;
steam heat, running hot and cold wa
ter; within walking distance. Brown
Apts., 508 N. 21st St. Doug. 5644.
116 PARK AVE. Large fronc room In
modern home; gentleman preferred, but
will consider married couple employed
or two girls. Harney 6170.
Very desirable room or sleeping porch
with dressing room. West Farnam dis
trict. Phone Harney 6676.
1309 SO. 32D, large front room for 1 or 2
employed steam heat; private outside
ijAnua ruum LumiHiieu ur uiiLurtiinneu,
sir.glo or together, 1 blk. to car. Web.
NICELY furnished rooms, modern home,
steam-heated; - walking distance; Har.
NICELY furnished room, private family,
suitable for 2 gentlemen, $3 week. Har
BEAUTIFUL large front sleeping room
suitable for 2 gentlemen or employed
couple. Webster 1376 .
NICE modern room for two. Gen'.iemen
preferred, reasonable. 2608 Capitol Ave.
Dg. 6408. , 1
FURNISHED room, private home; business
woman preferred. 125 No. 83d. H. 5087.
LARGE well furnished room for gentle
men, very large closet. Douglas 8144.
FURNISHED rocm for rant. Har. 1281.
1045 So. 29th St. Gentlemen preferred.
LARGE, well-furnished room for 2 gen
. tlemen, very large closet. Tyler 25t0.
ROOM and board, 1822 Webster, three
blocks from Webster street station.
NICELY furnished room, modern ho ne for
one or two gentlemen. Har. 3574.
ROOM for two nurjes; house privileges.
Nurses' club registry. Har. 1473.
ROOM for 2 young ladles employed; also
canaries for sale. Harney 6198.
STEAM HEATED ROOM WITH RUN
NING WATER, 2474 HARNE7Y.
FURNISHED room for rent, close In, Call
Tyler 6080. 2219 St. Marys Ave.
2X12 DOUGLAS, well furnished rooms, $2
up. Good heat. Call Dg. 872.
2 FURNISHED rooms for rent; working
couple preferred. Har. 3729.
NICELY furnished room, private family
for 2 gentlemen, Har. "176.
LARGE and small furnished front rooms.
1S20 Capitol ave. Ty. 4959.
1543 No. 16th St., nicely furnished rooms,
reasonable. Webster 802. i
2 NICELY furnished bedrooms; walking
distance. 560 S. 26th Ave. H. 1719.
1543 N. 16TH St., nicely furnished rooms,
reasonable. Webster 802.
2 NEATLY furnished rooms, use of living
room, modern. Cel. 1699.
NICELY furnished room, for ren. 1618
Lake St. Web. 3738.
712 NO. 19TH ST. Nice sleeping rooms.
Call Tyler 4328.
EXCLUSIVE room, gentleman. Harney
BEAUTIFUL large room alcove. Dg. 8144.
3 sleeping rooms, reasonable. Web. 1609.
SINGLE room 623 So. 16th. Act. 12.
SLEEPING room with porch. II. 3576.
2704 FARNAM, 2 nice sleeping rooms.
ROOM for rent. South 1494.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms to respectable
people: walking distance. 1717 Burt
St. Dg. 8144.
FOUR large housekeeping rooms, every
thing furnished. 1503 Blnney St., Web.
SUITE of light housekeeping rooms
Steam heated. 623 So. 16th St. Apt 12,
HOUSEKEEPING suite, two modern
rooms. 911 S. 21st St. Doug. 7650.
1643 N. 16TH ST. Furnished room for
light housekeeping. Webster 902.
1914 WEBSTER. Housekeeping rooms for
bachelor. $3 week, gaH rurn.anea
2 LARGE light, warm, rooms for house-
Keeping. 13U9 so. 3na oi.
TWO-ROOM suite for housekeeping. 3119
California Harney 400L '
SUITE of housekeeping rooms, 2d floor,
basement room. Harney 0604.
S NICE rooms for housekeeping; every
thing complete. Webster 1609.
ONE large room with kitchenette, run
nlng water. 2566 Douglas.
I STEAM-HEATED rooms with running
water. 2474 Harney.
2222 FARNAM SUITE
911 SO. 20TH ST. Housekeeping rooms.
Call Douglas 7650.
LARGE basement housekeeping room.
Doug. $349. ' . -
712 NORTH 19th St. Housekeeping rooms.
HOUSEKEEPING rm., furnace ht. P. 8144.
Board and Rooms.
LOME privileges for two young gentle
men in private family. Col. 627.
Drawn for The Bee by McMamu.
Copyright, 1920 International News 8artea
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Board and Rooms.
EOARD. room to married couple or t
perrons employed, very desirable rocm
Modern, respectable district, home priv
ileges, home cooking. Web. 1166.
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT
Room with breakfast and dinner
private home, reference required. Call
LARGE, nicely furnished room; good
board; suitable for 2 gentlemen or cou
ple employed. In private family. Har
FURNISHED room In, beautiful private
modern home, 1 block to Farnam car
line. $25 month. Walnut 0977.
BOARD and room for gentlemen, con
venient to 2 car lines. Modem, private
home. Har 7021.
Nice comfortable room, board all conven
iences, close Crelghton college, gentle
men. Dg. 2781.
BOARD and room, private home, near
Farnam car line, gentleman preferred.
NICELY furnished room, private nome.
north side. Married couple employed.
Col. 3216. - ( '
BOARD AND ROOM. MERSIAM HO
TEL, 26TH AND DODGE STS.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, mod
ern, steam heat. 1524 So. 26th St.
TWO large rooms newly decorated, ateam
heat, 1209 So. 32nd St. Har, 6030.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
CALL TYLER 2058.
UNFURNISHED housekeeping, partly
modern. Web. 3936.
2 UNFURNISHED housekeeping roo.na to
FOR RENT HOUSE.
FOR RENT In Bellevue, 10-room home
with garage, hen house and tennla
ground. 1H acres with fruit and shade.
Possession at once. Colfax 0270.
NEW large 4 -room bungalow oak floors
and finish, also garage. $43.00 per
month, 2 months In advance. 361$ N
MOD, five-room bungalow. 6006 N. 30th.
FOR RENT APTS AND FLATS.
BEAUTIFUL apartment, 3 rooms and bath,
completely rurnisnea, walking distance.
west: t: references; Douglas 1734.
FURNISHED apartments In the Black
atone. Harney 946.
Several more of the beautiful new.
iive.room apartments.in the. Mount ver
non, 31st and Dewey avenue, are no
ready for occupancy by those desiring
sometning exceptionally cnoice. rrice
i2V ana 140 per montn. Maid's room
In bullding. Steam heated garages If
' 17tli and Farnam 8 la
ONE 6-room flat, west Farnam dis
trict; heat, water and janitor serv
ice furnished; immediate posses
sion; close to school and car line
Monthly rental, $112.50.
J. L. HI ATT CO.,
900 First National. Tyler 0063.
' Dodge, at 18th Street
Omaha's Newest and Finest Ex
clusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
9-ROOM flat, all modern, but heat. $35.
3706 u St. ioug. 3506 or Tyler 1910.
2010 N. 23D ST., three exceptionally nice
rooms, zo. Harney 3ao. '
FOR ' RENT Business Property.
to get a good-paying business, one of
tne most up-to-aate confectioneries In
Omaha; long-time lease, low rent; own
er has business out of Omaha; will con
sider real estate In exchange or one
half cash, balance terms. Price $16,000.
This Is. a going business, first-class In
every respect, and will stand the closest
Investigation. If you have money or
good real estate, address Box O-ZO,
Omaha Bee. '
WANTED 100 CARS FOR DEAD STOR
AGE. HARTUNG'S TRANSFER CO.
TYLER 1976 or WEB. 6224.
1JESK room for rent after November 1.
Inquire 1616 City Nat'l. Dg. 8360.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY and van CO.
STORAGE. MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and Jackson Sta. Douglaa 28$.
MOVING. PACKING. STORAGE.
Separate lockeu rooms for hnueeho.d
goods and piano, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
06 South 16th. Doug. 4163.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler ;400.
GLOBE) VAN, TRANSFER AND
For real service in hauling er stor
age, call Tyler 230 er Douglas 4838.
Auto or wagon service.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us eatlmate your moving, packl.ig
and storage. 1606 Davenport. Doug 3908.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
FERRETS for sale, write H. R. Peck.
601 Southeae 6th St.. Des Moines, la.
Young thoroughbred Boston ten-ior. ('. 0270
iOR sale, 4 Airedale puppies. Col. 770.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
GOVERNMENT and farm harneaa and
leather collars, 35 per cent diaceunt.
Write for free price llat. Desk No. (.
Mid West Harness. 706 No. 16th St.
PAIR of marea, weight 2600 lha. T and $
ears old, sound. 219 No. 24th St. Web.
3 SINGLE harnesses, one top buggs. $19
No. 24th. Web. 2883.
1 LIGHT double harneaa. 21u9 No. 24th
St. Web. 2883.
ONE four-year-old mare. 2109 No. 24th
St. Web. 2883.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
WANTED For spot caah. 100 .iaed care
quick action; no delay. Auts Exchange
Co., 2069 Farnam St. Douglaa 60f6
18 Chalmers six. dandy condition, $509.
Twenty other bargains. 2210 Farnam.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
CADILLAC. USED CAR'
A SAFE TLACE TO BUY
Cadillac 57 touring;
being painted; in perfect
Buick 4S-K touring;
good paint and tires. A
dandy good car, not
Dodge touring; in
good mechanical condi
tion; tires and paint fair.
Hudson Super Six
touring; in good condi
Velie touring; wire
wheels; good paint and
tires. A good little ca;
for the money.
new paint; in good me
chanical condition and
Overland coupe. A
nice little car ior cold
weather. Runs well and
has good tires; paint
Paterson 1920 touring.
New car. High grade
light six at a bargain.
A SAFE PLACE TO BUY.
J. H. HANSEN
Farnam at 26th,
HUDSON SUPER SIX
This week we are showing a
beautiful Super Six Limousine
which is just like new in every re
spect. Has had careful city use
and is as good as the day it left
the factory. Seats seven people
comfortably and would make an
ideal chauffeur driven family car.
Beautifully finished and trimmed
GUY L. SMITH
26th and Farnam. Doug. 1970.
40 ahares Baaket Store Company
preferred 7 per cent participating atock
for high-grade touring er closed car;
must be In flrat-ciasa condition.
219-220 City Nat. Bank
Bldg., Tyler 1360.
Buy a Guy L. Smith
We always have a few first-class
used cars which are real bargains.
Each is guaranteed and with a
real service behind it Call Doug
las 1970 any time for description
of cars and prices. " '
HUDSON SUPER SIX
We are showing two current
model Hudson touring cars which
have been exchanged on closed
models- recently. They have had
very little use and are just like
new. Both cars carry our regular
guarantee. You can get a real
bargain here so don't delay. See
them. this week.
" GUY L. SMITH .
26th and Farnam. Doug. 1970.
Will exchange 80 acres Colorado agri
cultural land for standard make car.
Will give liberal exchange. Land priced
worth the money at $100 oer acre. Will
not consider any old or run-down car.
Call Tyler 1360.
This knight motored four pas
senger coupe is equipped with
wire wheels and is in first-class
condition throughout. An ideal
car for winter use as it has a heater
and all conveniences. We will
guarantee it in every respect and
closed cars are going to be scarce
this winter. See this one today.
GUY L. SMITH
26th and Farnam. Doug. 1970.
A FEW GOOD BARGAINS.
Apperson 17-6 chummy.
Apperson 17-8 7-psasenger.
Auburn almost new. equipped with
cord tires and wire wheels.
1917 Stearns. A-l mechanically.
APPERSON NEBRASKA MOTOR CO.,
2626 Dodge St. Tyler 4434.
FOR SALE Late 1919 Oldsmoblle truck.
-Il.l II k.- --- .nnl...J , I . V.
grain body, A-l condition and good tires.
This la a snap for someone. Box Y-1115,
3Vi OR 3-ton dump body and Wood's
Hoist for sale at bargain. Hartung a
Transfer Co.. 1501 Marcy St.. Tyler 1976.
HUDSON SUPER SIX
These early autumn days turn
our thoughts to a closed car, and
a Hudson is a strictly high-grade
car which will give lasting and
satisfactory service. We have
several styles, so look them over
early and get the body you prefer.
All cars carry our regular service
GUY L. SMITH
26th and Farnam. Doug. 1970.
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 St.
$31 WILL rent apace for your car nnttl
Marcn 1. nil. at lsoi Marcy St., Har
lung's Transfer Co., Tyler 1976,
SOME bargains In uaed Ford cars. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station. 15th and Jackson. Doug
FIVE-PASSENGER touring, good tires.
new top. new paint, fine running order.
$260. See car at 422 So. 16th. week
DICKSON A Nea-man Build garage.
driveways, sldewalke and do general re
pair work. Phone South 2794 or So. 17(1.
FORDS, DODOES, BUICK FOR BALK OR
TRADE. EAST TERMS. CALL 8. $9.
O'ROVRKB AUTO CO., 1101 S. $4tk (.
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