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"Revelation of a Wife"
BRINQING UP FATHER
fte j iocs avo maccic is run.
CACC Of COLORS IN JIIE J. USD AY tUt
Drawn for The lice by McManui
What Dkky Did to Help M.rlg. fend
i feortiy ihitrcu Jicr.
ii4 quiet, iinfnful jMjr
uey homf, Dirky, kni ami I-j
journey which I could tint Jirlp ton
tracing ij my trip into the city,
n hi ouarre innd'tiis
Jhe niemnrv tA the tm-kieri.Mn
foreigner, with hi knowledge of me
and mine, haunifd me more tluu I
would hve hern williii lo admit to
any one. i y not iut mre of mv
tfaion (or within? that I hid not
rcnhed him to J Jirky to minutely.
ana wnen 1 thought ot repeating; that
IfKripuon to Lillian the convic
tion came to me suddenly that I
inni do noihing of the kind.
"Picky." 1 tnirlilrnlv. "iust
wrwt d'd you tell Lillian shout that
unknown woman telephone to vou
concerning! me? 1 have a rcasou'ior
"Just what I told you." he an
swered, imitating my low tones for
though Katie was three scat otT, im
mersed in her favorite "movie maga
inr." we both had reason to know
the keenness of her far, especially
when something; was dicusrl which
he had no husiness to hear. Not that
Katie knowingly would ever betray
knowledge so Rained, but her loyalty
and truth were counter-balanced by
her volatile indiscretion, so that wc
Rave her no chance to reveal our e
cref, innocently or otherwise.
"Does Lillian know that I regis
tered as Mrs. Black at the hotel?"
.Naturally not!" Dicky retorted a
hit savagely. "It wam't anything I
would have been particularly anxious
to spill, and. as it happened. I didn't
really grasp the delectable fact mv
self until I was on the train. So
Lillian simply got my first impres
sion that you were at the hotel under
the care of some woman named
"I see," and then for a lonsr five
niinutea, while the rcencry slipped
by, I went over the story Dickv h.id
told Lillian, planned what to add to
"t, tested it from every angle, and at
last looked tip to find Dicky's eyes
quirricaliy fixed upon me.
"What's the big idea?" he aked.
"You look as if you might be Wells
or Calsworthy in 'the throes of com
"I'd. ' like either one . of them to
tackle the job of tooling Lillan, I
"Oh-hl" Dickv whistlcdV. "That's?
the trick, is it? What is it you don't
want her to know?"
"Anything about that man on the
train," I rejoined. . "I'll tell yon why
some time; please don't make me
"Have it your own way," Dicky
agreed, indifferently; "But "why all
the mental strain to fix up a story
for old Lil? Simply tell her these
facts, part of . which she already
knows., Train delayed you caught
in mob at station felled by swinging
door stunned picked up and car
ried to waiting room. Recovered
consciousness here comes invention
kindly woman . named Black help
ing you. When able to navigate she
assisted you. to get taxi and go to
hotel, and you gave her money to
telephone me. Then she went away,
and in confusion you-didn't get. her
address. She might .have been trav
eler front 'Frisco for all you know.
How's that?" ' , '''
I stared at him in frank admira
tion. On the spur of the moment,
without a second's hesitation, Dicky
had invented a tale absolutely plausi
ble, and. which J. compared with my
own toilsome and undeniably clumsy
invention- with : little .-feeling of
chagrin.- "' " ' ' . ', '
"It's simply wonderful, Dicky, I
said heartily, "and it solves my prob
lem completely. Even Lillian,
shrewd as she is, can have no sus
picion that I am holding anything
back. And then, most of it is truth,
anyway," I added with a little sigh
of satisfaction, for I hated the de
ception that little tale involved.
Dicky laughed provokingly.
"Anything that aids your Puritan
conscience to whip the devit around
the stuaafi, eh?" he- asked teasingly:
"You see, there's where I have the
advantage.' I'm just a natural liar,
and I have no scruples or conscience
to hamper me, so I can do an artis
tic job off occasion. I've often
thought I'd put up a sign: 'Plain and
fancy ones concocted for every pos
sible occasion. Special attention
paid to those required by gentlemen
who wish to keep wives happy and
unsuspicious-' -' -
To laugh naturally and lightly at
this sally, to keep my face from reg
istering the thought which had
flashed to my brain-that Dicky's
proficiency in deception - was such
that I could never be quite sure he
was telling me the truth, was one
of the hardest bits of work I ever
aid in my life. But I think I suc
ceeded, for Dicky's face and eyes
showed nothing but appreciation of
his own powers and amusement at
my appreciation of them.
But during the rest of the journey,
indeed, until our arrival at home
with its attendant problems effec
tually banished both introspection
and retrospection, Dicky's facility in
prevarication troubled my "thoughts.
OW- Mirt. WANT 0O TO COOK
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JKAL KSTATE IMTROVED.
til. tkalfe to lik U;ji It tftfs. Iki 14
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Northwall & Jnhnun,
THE TALE OF
LBY ARTHUR OT BAILEY
It Was a Bear.
When the bear ro;e out of the
bitches and looked at him and said
"Woof!" too Johnnie Green did not
bellow as the Mulcy Cow had. But
he turned and ran. Once he tripped
on a root and felt headlong. But he
was on his feet again in a jiffy, and
running faster than ever. And
though he had only half as many
legs as the Mulcy Cow, lie reached
the pasture fence not far behind her.
It was the first time Johnnie Green
had known the Muley Cow to jump
the fence back into the pasture, after
jumping out of it. Before fhe had
always made hint let down the bars
for jier, quite as if she had never
done such a giddy thing as to leap
over(a fence. Now. however, she
wa-m too great a hurry to bother
with bars. io she topped the fence
like '."a deer. While Johnnie slipped
through it like a pig a few seconds
Dog Hill Paragrafs
By George Bingham
The Deputy Cotxtable captured a
stranger here lat Tuesday morning
end held him for investigation. There
Old Spot, too, -neve $uess& howh
had scared the bear.-
later, and old Spot wriggled under it
like a weasel soon afterward.
Once in the pasture they all three
went slipping and sliding down the
steep "hillside, tore - through the
prickly raspberry patch, . splashed
through the brook,, and never stopped
until they saw Johnnie Green's father
raking hay m a field near by. As
they came to a halt, they looked at
one another somewhat foolishly.
lou were scared, Johnnie Green
accused Spot. "You made a loud
enough racket; but you tock good
care to keep out of the bear's reach."
I he dog spot barked his denial.
He had been the last to run away.
And he thought that proved he was
the bravest of the three. .
"You were the.scaredcst, Johnnie
told the Muley Cow.
And she didn t deny it. How could
she know that the most frightened
of all was young Cufty Bear, and
that even then he was scrambling
up the steep side of Blue Mountain?
He was still putting as much ground
as he could between himself and the
three odd folk he had met by acci
dent in the back pasture.
Old Spot, too, never guessed how
he had scared the bear. And Johnnie
wouldn't havp known it, either, ex
cept for what Farmer Green said
when he heard about the adventure.
"That bear is probably running
yet," he said as he threw back his
head and laughed. "He'll never stop
this side of the mountain. He must
have come down to pick blackberries.
But he lost his taste for them when
he saw you."
Ho" Johnnie Green exclaimed all
at once. 1 might have lassoed tnat
bear if I had thought m time.
Why do children whose parents
speak excellent Englii-h use bad
grammar? Is it "natural" to be un
grammatical? The children hear many other per
sons besides their parents speak!
They imitate . servants, other child
ren, and others, in addition to imi
tating their parents. This is one ex
planation of bad grammar. Another
is that it is necessary 4o. learn : to
speak English, just as it, is any other
language. Gradually, in school and
through instruction at home, the
children will learn English gram
mar. .: Do not be discouraged if now
they say "Me "and htm"; - simply
teach them that.."ile and I? is cor
Two Tickets Placed in Field ,
for Wausa Village Election
Wausa, Neb., March 26. (Spe
cial.) Two tickets have been placed
in the field fieri to be voted a at the
village eter f tour "The" progressive
party has placed in nomination W.
C Peters, Albin C Anderson and EL
L, Swanson for members of the 'vil
lage board. The people's party has
ominated W. C Peters, C. II. Fet
xson andL-vfc.-Goieson, -r---
By J. .T. MUNDY.
Are You , Contented With Being
'Are you of the sort that resents
any suggestion that you could make
an improvement in your work?
Do you take offense at once if a
criticism is made?
Do you make remarks of this
order: "So and So cannot teach mc
.."My work is just as good as his,
and I do not know whv I should
be pulled to pieces if I am just as
good," is another remark often heard.
But are you "just as cood." and is
that as far as your aim goes?
Is it too much trouble to study to
be better than the other fellow, and
hence you resent anything which
would make you work harder?
Your attitude should be one of
constant alertness to find out in
what the other fellow excels.
You should be glad to know where
by, you could .increase your learning
or' your -speed or your facility for
turning out good work.
You may be letter perfect, you may
be above criticism in a technical way.
- But there is a quality of the soul
which,' imparted to the simplest
thing, makes or puts it out of the
; . . (CopyrinM. IMS.)
Read The Bee All the Way
Through. You Will Find It Inter-
Korcl livn rmli la lit lrs"t
mt mnti boauiiful iii(Ty in this
! limy. On m-tount ot u ixttiittl
lirauiy It l r-cojiiucl mi t( h
llliiM crtltrt''S In Itin rou'ttO. I
i nnlt or ths dy lnulit, 'tt of
fit I !..
was no specific charge aRainst him,
but at first it was feared that he was
an insurance agent in disguise.
Poke Eazleys wife says even at his
best 1'oke never was what you might
call handsome., but that if he gets
much worse looking than he is i w,
she is going to have to get her some
smoked glasses to look at him
Washington Hocks says we will
never have good roads as long as we.
use them so much.
Alliance Commerce Body
Holds Annual Meeting
Alliance. Xeb., March 26. (Spe
cial.) Nearly 200 attended the an
nual meet and banquet of the Al
liance Chamber of Commerce in the
gymnasium of the new Methodist
church. The principal sneakers
were John M. Flanagan of Omaha,
state secretary of tne ar Finance
corporation, and Robert I. Elliott,
president of Chadron State Normal
callcge. Chancellor Avery of the
state university, who was to have
made the principal address, was un
able to attend.
Mr. Flanagan's talk was confined
to the work of the War Finance cor
poration and contained a plea for the
public to get behind the banks in
securing loans for the farmers and
livestock men of western Nebraska.'!
Mr. Elliott spoke principally along
educational lines. Following the
speaking program, four new mem
bers were elected to the board of
directors. They were Charles Brit
tan, vice president of the First State
bank; True Miller, automobile deal
er, C. A. Newberry, hardware mer
chant, and Floyd Lucas, .lumber
F. J.'STACK &"CO.,
Fl,k A K'lf"Hr
MAII VS llKSr.
IS AM B U LAN CE',Ki
Thlrly-thltit ami Furitum,
t'nderfakeri and Kmhslmara.
Phnna HA. !. Otflca 1311 Karnam.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
0K"A. BMITIl Dalln"druma7 vl
I'tinnr, aii'.i Inmrurllona. r-i'inui
:.l tvriitrt ll. Phot, II A. :!.
TUAlfK your "'! piano in m play
rr piano. hUn.- a low aa 10 ir
ltiinlh A,II'I'H OX, ISM Itouflaa.
JcllS' TAt' ,nh"M ahu. rrpnlrmc,
a.hmnlliT Mullr Hide Hit I'ona.
Clothing and Furs.
Hulse & Kiepen,
Fonral Tlreilnr. v:;4 ftimlti.
LEE LARMON u
FI,OWF.RR FROM HSM
1416 FAKNAM BTRKET.
SAT IT WITH
IHIvNDER.sOX, 16U7 Farnam. J A.- lts,
JOHN BATH. 1S04 Fumarn. J A. 190S.
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
LOST Fox torrlr. liUck and white
arota. Wor" har-now. Ana. to nanio ot
llanly." lteward. 3932 N. Slat St.
I.OHT GOLD WRIST BftACKLFT
WATf'H WITH Mu.S'lOItAM U. W.
MRKRAT, KEWAnn, WA. 01 i4.
LOST Thum. night, On. High aehool.
ffmull brown purse containing check nnd
keya Viil. to owner. Reward. HA. 04-8.
LOST Ool l Kvrhrp pencil, namo en
graved, Frank Drexel; reward If re
turned to Frank l.tresel, 141 Farnam.
LOST Hoa'on hag. Reward for return to
5134 N. !3rl St. KK. 27J9.
THH SALVATION Army Industrial homo
aollelta your old clothing. furniture,
nint-tzlnes. Wo collect. Wo distribute.
Ptinne HO. 413S an dour wagon will call.
Call and Inspect our new home. 1110-1111-1114
KATHP.yN h. HU.hX
Pkln and sculp specialist. Residence
work solicited. Arpolntment, JA. 326.
far-lerm PR. A. N., Chiropractor, 108
Vctil&UJI paxton block. AT. 8747.
Office houra. 11 a. m. to 6-.30 p. m.
THEATRICAL hlHtorical mnaciuo costumei,
for playa and parties, at Licben'a. Omaha
SIAGNliTIC hatha: Vlolrt Hny treatment
with massages. 514 8. 1Mb. AT. S381.
SULPHUR baths. Sweii'ib massage. chi
ronodv Eveninga to 8. So. 20th St,
UNDKR- new management. Expert maa
sage. 404 N. 16th. Apt. 4.
RKNT vacuum cleaners. 7Sc. HA. 1071.
MASSAGE Sun. and eve. aptm. AT. 6J65.
ACCORDtON, side, knife, box pleating
covered buttons, all styles; hemstitching,
buttonholes. Write Ideal Button &
Pleating Co;, 80S Brown Block. Omaha,
Neb. Telephone JA-1936.
NEBR. PLEATING SKf;
tons. ISIS Farnam. 5d Floor. DO. 667(1.
I'UNUUfcJ WOUI.KN MILLS.
For sale, (ew unclslmml. all-wool
"runile'' aulte, cheap, aMeratinna free.
Northwest Cor. ir.ih and Harii-y rile,
FlltS remodeled. Mined and cleaned.
KNKKTKH ALASKA Hit Co..
:m r!jihst. io.
A ft VI Y ah.Te.. t: d, ;u4 0. Ith7
Typewriters and Supplies.
All MAKKt bouiht, aold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
Oet our pricee befote you buy. Lvery
Central Typewriter Exc.
J. u. ma rarnam.
Iu FAHNA.M 1-room apartment, rmif
(il-leiy tnodersi amiable far officae,
atulh, dental or ituiakiiif ronia,
etc, f"r leuan'a wishing home a.lloln
Ing. T. V, Hall, 4j4 Kallay tacbange.
In. lit la "4"
Foil AI.K l)ro note, all oak futures,
"d fnunialn, fino prascrlptmn fcusineaa.
o palnte, oils: esiabMslied business,
lined reason for selling, box .
ilrand Island, N-b.
WH KALK Leading cafe In county aeat
town; railroad renter: doing good busi
ness. Owner bsa other business. Uqx
Y.I13. Omaha Hee.
ANY buaineaa aold for rash, no publicity;
10 to 3 days. North eatera Helling
Sielem. Wou City.
H.IXPO TASII Hl'VH
PAlliK) llltl'ii BI SIKKSS,
I'HCiNE MARK KT 4JI.
UI'AHANTKFIi typewriters. I12.S0 endup,
Ml'llan.1 office Supply Co, 1404 1'odge.
WK buy. aell enfea. make deaka. ahow
caies, etc.. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co,
n. W. Cor. Uth and Douglas. J A. 2724.
EXPERT aiiWlnir machine- repairing.
15th and Harney. DO. 1I7S.
TWO flat top ilcxlis and chairs. At Jadl,
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, itt1 dfeka boiiRht, Kold and
traded. J C. Rtert. 1207 Farnam, UO. 6H6
VANTr.l A Baa pump, 1 or 6 valluiiB,
WANTKIJ. day work, any kind. MA. 4?15,
Laundry and Day Work.
PAY WOKK wanted. Bundles. Ret. WB
WOMAN want day work. Web. .".214
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
YOVNil men. over 17. desiring govern
ment positions, $130 monthly, w-rite for
free list of positions now open, J. Leon-
sni. (former civil service examineri
Eriulinhle Bldg., Washington, D. C,
Professions and Trades.
JIOXOTYrK KUYBOARD OPKRATORS
rixpericnccu on larui or raiuiuK norit.
Permanent position. No labor troubles.
vlous positions held with length of time
In ...h 1! 1? IHIVVI,'! 1 WV . RHa
co., 731 riymouth St., cuioago, in.
DO you want to Increase your Income?
write the National Auto School. Z814
No. 20th St., Omaha, for catalog.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SEWER LA
BORER. NO OTHERS NEED APPLY.
MEN for firemen, brakemen. beginners
8150. later $250. Railway, Box Y-1820,
MOLKR BARBER COLLEGE.
110 S. 14th. Write for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
PATCH plastering, paperhanglnc and re
modeling a specialty. WA, 0997.
Box Butte County Voters .
League Names Ticket
Alliance, Xeb.. March 26. (Spe
cial.) A n2w ticket of proposed
candidates was tentatively launched
at a meeting of the Box Butte Coun
ty Voters' league held at Heniing
ford. The meeting was attended by
about 100 men, principally farmers
and Alliance railroad union men.
The men, although not favoring aj
third party, kit for further consid
eration the matter of which party,
the republicans or democrats, they
will choose as the vehicle of their
proposed candidates. Indications
were that the democratic party will
be chosen, ' most of those present
favoring this choice. The ticket as
tentatively agreed upon is as fol
lows: For state senator, Rev. B. J. Min
ort, Baptist pastor, Alliance: repre
sentative, A. F. Gordon, Heming
ford; commissioners. The Rev. F. A.
Kline, Fairview, and A. Ilageman,
Alliance: treasurer, Mrs. E. A.-Ford,
Hemingford, and C. R. Powell, Al
liance; clerk, A. H. Robbins, Al
liance; attorney, .William Iodence,
Hemingford; sheriff, Lloyd Gwymi,
Alliance; superintendent. Miss Su
san Frazier, Alliance.
Moving, hauling of all kinds. JA. S398.
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These rates apply either to the Daily or
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iur toe one coarse.
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WANT ADS RECEIVED BY PHONE
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iVlTlTP'Q ISIS Farnam street.
XVJllEjr O Doiicia, 8440. Class and
private lessons. Ten instructors.
LEARN to dance at' Kelpine's academy,
clnss and private lessons. DO. 7850.
DENTAL X-RAYS. 60c EACH.
3 a full set. 619 Securities Bldg.
Independent Detective Bureau, 304 Neville
Blk. AT. 5501; night. WA. 4046; KG. 0465
RELIABLE Detective Bureau. Railway
Ex. Bldg., J A. 2056, night. KE. 3812.
JAMES ALLAN, S12 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all cases. ATIantic 1136.
DRESSMAKING in your home. The best
is always cheapest. AT. 2446 evenings.
Nouyeau dressmaking shp. 432 Paxton Blk.
FANCY DRESSMAKING! AT-?M7.
Linen and Art Needle
Exceptional opportunity for addi
tlonai income for man having estab
Kfliccl ccfnnectlons with department store
trnde. Our housekeeping linens are
sold to the linen department, and our
stamped linens to the art departments
and needle work shops. We prefer a
man already carrying lines appealing to
tneso departments, but, not conflicting.
Address reply to Derryvalo Linen Co.,
inc., East 2:d St., New York Citv.
WANTED High grade salesman to sell
furniture at retail in good Nebraska
town of 12.U00 people. Large stock, well
established business: commission basis.
Furniture experience not absolutely
necessary, hut must be a real salesman
and "go getter.". Address Box Y 1S43,
SALESMAN to -all on trade in Omaha
. and vicinity; sale made in nine out or
ten stores called on. BANGOR SALES
CO., Bangor Uldg., Cleveland, O.
WANTED An experienced oiler with fire-
mans license. 31st and Upaulding.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
CLEANING, tailoring suits, furs. HA. 6804.
ENLARGEMENTS, oil coloring, developing,
printing. Kase Studio, 813 Neville Blk
FILMS DEVELOPED FREE.
The Ensign Co., 1607 Howard St.
J. W. Martin, Patent Attorney, 1712
Dodge, room 209. Also Washington. D.
C. I help inventors sell their patents.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
FAPERHANGINO, painting, patch plas
tering. For guaranteed work tall WA.
EDDY Printing Co. 212 8. 13 St. Do. 8647.
BFtITT Printing Co.. 201 Bromley Blk.
DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
SANFORO Virginia, sister of Walter H.
Panford. entered Inte rest Friday March
24 at the ace of 61 years.
Funeral service at her brother's resi
dence, 4820 Florence blvd., Monday.
March !7. at 2 p. m. Interment Forest
Lawn cemetery. Frienda welcome. Please
LAWLER Mrs. Mathew, widow late
Matthew Lawler, former Omaha busi
ness man. Died Mercy hospital, Chica
go. 111.. Friday. March 24. Short illnesi.
Interment. Peoria, 111.
AUTOMATIC sealing concrete burial
vault. Recommended and for sale
by ail leading undertakers. Water
proof, no eteel to rust, no wod to de
cay. Inaiat Upon the AUTOMATIC
FEALTNO VAULT manufactured by
Omaha Concrete Burial Vault Co., Kit
price with privilege
to buy back at amall profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO.. Omaha. Neb.. 402 N.
16th St. Telephone DO. 6049.
black dirt and ferti
rubbifh hauied, and
RAZOR BLADES sharpened. Single, 86c;
double edge. 45c doa. Mall orders so
licited. Omaha Sharp Co.. 103 N. 16th.
OMAHA PILLOW COMPANY. Mattresses
made over in new ticks at hal price ot
new beds. 1907 Cuming. J A. 2467.
BYRD NURSERIES Landscape planning
a specialty. Phone for special price list,
" WA. 3S76. 66th and Dodge.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded at
the 5 Sherman & McDonnell Drug stores.
DR. A. C. SABIN, RECTAL DISEASES.
Suite 810 Arthur Bldg.. 210 8. lsth "St.
E. H. BENNER Company, insurance.
S406. 437 Railway Kxchangn Bldg.
HOUSES painted. Best o( material used.
WILL take child In my home. WA.
SCREENS rewired, glaiing. KE. 2701.
Furniture and Household Goods.
FOR CALF: Box couch. ; Englander
metal folding bed with mattress, 810;
kitchen cabinet, $5; dresser. cup
kcard. 85; gaa plate, 84. 4416 North
87th St. Kf. 236.
FINE dining ! -m set, 2 bclroom sets,
lund-y, garuen hose, etc., 3309 Daven
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Young ludy students to en
roll in our courses in stenography.
Higher Accounting and General Office
training. Day and evening classes. Tui
tion payable monthly, call or write for
catalog. Dworak school or Aceountlng,
18th and Farnam streets.
LADIES become beautv onerators: e-ood
wages, private instruction. Parkvale
Boauty Parlor. MrB. Sawyer, propri
etor. Small tuition. Call Harney 5416.
Custom -work. Popular prices.
AT ONCE Five ladies to travel, demon
strate and sell dealers. 340 to 875 per
week. Railway fare paid. Goodrich
Drug Co.. Dept. 103A, Omaha. Neb.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Experienced white second
maid. Jlrs. Edward Burke, 3646 Burt St,
work. CaH WA. 1435.
WANTED White maid for general house
work. Call WA. 14S5.
Male and Female.
ANY intelligent person, either sex, may
earn 3100 to 3200 monthly corresponding
for newspapers; 35 to 815 per column;
all or spare time; experience unneces
sary; no canvassing. Send for particu
lars. National Press Bureau, Buffalo,
MEN. WOMEN. 18 over, wanting govern
ment positions. Railway mall, postofflce,
other positions. Salary 31.400-31.800.
Experience unnecessary. Full particu
lars free. Write O. W. Robbins. Civil
Service Expert, formerly with govern
ment', 171 Pope Bldg., Washington. X. C.
WANTED Men, ladies and ooya to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning: strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Tri-Clty Barber College
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short
hand and typewriting, railroad and
wireless telegraphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches.
Write, call or phone Jackson 156S lor
large Illustrated catalog. Address
Boyles Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
Van Sant School of Business.
Pay snd Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR K E N TBusineMl'ropert y.
1V FAItNAM Miiilt"..li, S4U3 If
tenant went mure rKttt, will build 1o
ainnea l"c, r. It ml ;. with Mubt "it
three sido. Tltniiia I'. Hall, 4.4 Kali
ay Kv-litpg. I"',
MYHiANTli.K'h'ntKAilK ANI WAKt.
IUlJil:;CO..lIiltiid Junea rwa.
FIltKr National i..nk' HMg , "4t't. Aj piJ
small uffir !r rnt.
tLKi'Titic" iigiitTa"g"jMi:V"x. 4th.
ctywh, iuisTtf. sujrWo7iiiyiiiii
H. M. Chrletle, warehou Irsck'ge prop.
F. iwka")"asi IHIWMA.NVti"""
T OFFERING A FEW PKSIR ABT.R
ROOM. WITH OR WITHOUT MATH,
AT MOST ATTRACTIVE WEEKLY
HATL8. MANACER WILL BG
PLEASED TO SHOW THEM.
OWNER ALSO OPERATING
AN EXCELLENT DOWNTOWN HOME.
Til I RT VI Til RE 1-3 B 10li INCHES
OET YOUR ROOM
through The Bee furnished room di
rectory. Call St office for list of choice
desirable rooms In all Paris of the city,
A service that benefits both advertiser
and room seeker.
Fl'UN. rms. with priv. bath; warm, com
fortable, cheertiil: prices reasonable, day
or wk. Hotel Hamilton. AT. 4701.
TEL. HA. 6276, beautifully furnished
room half block to car. Gentlemen pre-
Cilli.'AiiO ST.. 254 Three nicely fur.
lushed rooins In private home. AT. Sfc26.
821 S. 3CTH Delightful room in lovely
modern home. Garage. 11 A. 4iM.
LAKOE, plensant room, reasonable. WE.
CLAREMONT HOTEL 17th, near Jack-
UNION Hotel, 2 per week and up.
THE GUIDE TO
the better houaekeeplng rooms Is the
directory furnished to advertiser snd
room hunter. Call at Bee office for
free copy containing deairabls vacancies
In ell parts of the city.
WARM and well furnished one and two.
1 1, inn Hpuruuenis, uuse ill. .id, 0,.
TWO furnished housekeeping rooms. Heat,
electric light, 85. 270 Dodge.
Board and Rooms.
For reasonable nrices we serve best
meals In city: convenient, pleasant home
hotel. 2th and Dodge.
714 N. 19TH ST. Desirable homeliki
room: private dining room. AT-5560.
2206 N. UTH ST. Three rooms, 1st floor;
gss range: shades, sing: adults.
ATTRACTIVE rm. with board for 2. walk
ing distance. 325 N. 26th. JA. 2781.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
SMALL house, mostly furnished, south
part of South Omaha, halt block from
car line. Call Doug. 8972.
J22.50 6 rms. not modern. 830 S. 19th St.
FOR RKNT or Sale 271G Bristol- 7 rms;
will deom-ate. Douglas 5351. f
C27 S. 17TH AVE..-EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE,
PARTLY MODERN. HA. 1601.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
1p Qroom modern apartments. THE
"DRAKE RENTAL AGENCY.
1.702 Howard St. AT. S708. J A. 2805.
No. 5 Ardmore Terrace,
49th and California Sts.
Five rooms and sunroom two-story
arrangement nicely located in Dundee;
No. 24 Mount Vernon,
524 So. 31st St.
Four rooms and dining alcove an at
tractive apartment in a new building,
. No. 5 Mildred,
49th and Dodge Sts.
Dundee's new apartment house five
rooms pi pa sunt and convenient, ex
ceptionally well lor-atod, on on and one
half years lease. $9M0.
No. 8 Flo Les,
20th and Capitol Ave.
Facing Central High school well ar
ranged 4 rooms; winter, $70.00; sum
No. 207 Turner Court,
3106 Dodge St.
Three rooms 5-room anfommftfiation.
In this rnw building located ftcrons from
urner rarK; winter, 6o.00; summer.
No. 2 Kingsborough,
2538 Dodge St.
Three-room a very attractive small
Peters Trust Company,
"Where Omaha Rents"
AT. "544, nth and Farnam Sts.
MOVING AND STORAGE
PACKIN'i NTOItl.Nil HMII'HIXO.
Phone Javkeon t:-J
II07-U Howard .
FI H K"hi MJK'w A li KH OC'SB
Serarat lH'krl rnuiua (or household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
BEKINS OMAHA VAN AND STORAftB.
I0 South lth. I'O. lt.
ESTIMATE! furnished on alora and
movlnr. Contracts taken h Joh of hr.
lilon. Van & Ktnraca Co.. J A. 431s. AT.
QUO. 6:0-:4 North Itith tit.
11 AH. NESS AM) MAIlLIUtS.
Wl malts them ourselves snd sell
them direct to ths farmers, you get ths
heat that can b mads at first cost.
Harness that sold for 9i last year,
Ida fmw. Writs for frea catalot.
ALFRFI) COItNISIl A CO
1 21 0 Farnam St,
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paimeiiui . f..r s aw.its. 4-"s, ft
ties, Jt-k ;e.
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H'l'htHl t4 - lit! $4
ruttm.miug if .n l.kiiti fwiij
fruiit ' h (ti-H U' '! I'y.it ill '
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Osl)ornc Kcalty Co.,
Il Feiera Ttui Ill-is- J A :
" iut i:"iu r.i'
I f 4 lil.tl mV a li S"d .IM )'
s hoto s 'otd ns Is ur IHas and l t
a pay lr it tuei as ! tv i.ni;
rta S'ihis rholta eaa sa, 4..t trHHt
loia. AT, llol Huudaf. 1. Till dot,
11.' If 4 i,.,iii inaai, ti r ini.'lern,
I'oilts so4 ! cnhtiiit 11 Is S forsam,
all Kenwo,M a;s af'r a atiipts las)
aarn huti.uy froi-i 1 nil a. Ai.u peso
1 ful plans snd (ir lutrtlluit. 4,t
N. Sid A.
Llilll r-ltHM hou.at, il.'-i'lp"si-i.lbaU
sl HamiHoii. W K. !..
Ralsfdn Lots ;u:ul;:;
POULTRY AJND PET STOCK.
CLKANKI wheat scrccnlnKs, $1.7.", per
100 pounds. A. V, Wagner, 01 N.
11th. .Im-kson 114:.
llork tennis; can"- H.1M1 per set
$7..'.0 per 100. KK. "i.".4.
BUFF OfirF.'N set. hen. II. SO. KK. 313
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
Drlvs up to ths
Sprague Tire Co.,
18th and Cuming Sts.
RF.AU U8KD CAR BAKOAIN3.
Cash or Time. Buy or Sell.
Fords, from ISO aid up.
IjoJge. Bulcka and others, 1100 snd
Ford bodies wlnl'T tops.
OOI.DSTKOM ALTO SALES CO..
1"18 Harney St. Central Garaice.
BOMB hrcaln In used Fords; prompt
uenvery on new torus.
M'CAFFFSY .MOTOR CO.,
Tha Handy Ford Servlcs station.
15th snd Jackson Sta. UO. 3600,
FOKU, UOMKiVU:K, hXij.n."
Motor Exchange Co.,
Svn rooms snd Path; ronssxina" f
four rootna. reception hall snd ftreulera
first floor; 3 larss pxlrsms and hsifc;
liaaernent dividi-'l with Prlek wain.
P.uth front; psvlni pM. Ileal atu
for S. lot. Can t handled with il.liO
Osborne Realty Co.,
110 Tc'ers Trust Tlldr.
NF.W huusea ll.aio down; llanscnm
I'srlc district; well built : tloia to tar
Una. C. O. Carlhert. Itaaltor. ,1a. 0J.
Cathedral District Lots
I fanf south front, beat buy in Ihs
dinrin; thess lots ara sast of 40in
Gallagher & Nelson,
J2 Tetera Trust Bid J A Sun.
On S. aide of l.aritnors Av., between
:ilh snd ;'th Mr will sell on aaay
payments or wilt build to your order.
FINK M'NDKt; LOT.
9. I!, corner Ii3d and Dodje St.. Mtx
10 feet; prli-s .' 0rti. owner. 3110 Jlyr
tls Ave. Fhnne II A 3IJJ.
CIKiICK of two adjninlnit south front Iota
In center of Minne I.usa. All sneeial
taxes paid out in full. Tries 11,000.
Box 63s. Blslr. Neli.
CIIOICB Parkwood lot. 44x531 feet, at
iol Florence Blvd., must sell at ones.
Call KB. 0IH0.
L'AST front cornT lot, l'i blocks from
Miller Park, H!0. JA. 0364.
"DeDcndabla Used I'Mre'
202 Farnam. " luug-.
BUT A GUT U SMITH USED CAR.
a. tsaire investment.
Phona DO. 1970.
26th and Farnam Sta.
LOOK over our list r.f used cars.
THH AUTOMOTIVE MARKET.
5050 Farnam St. AT. 7835.
PISTON. t0c; large timiuK Bear, 50c;
cam shaft. 7f.c. N'euraska Auto Parts
Co., 101i Harney St.
USED radiators, all makes for sale. Green
uugo rtacnaior nepatr. 2U., rarnam.
FOR SAIyE .Maxwell tuorlng car; in A-l
I.UMUIIIU11. V.H1I .MA. lOlt.
TOURING car, good condition, to exchanga
iur uverianq -lire mock, rl a. 441S.
ONE 191S Apnerson Chummy, overhauled
anfl painted, $400. Call Harney 6750.
HOTjLY. expert auto trimmer. S12 8. 24th.
SEVERAL improved cattle ranches in
southern Holt county and central Gar
field county, Nebraska, for sale or rent
Bargain if taken at once.
MATLARD & CO.. Norfolk. Neb.
ff4 RMQ Vrits M. A. Larson, Central
i liViUU city, Neb., your wants for
aereaa-a tracts, farms.
SOLDIERS 640-ai-ro homesteads, 7-month
residence Duff. Caster, "Wyoming.
LANDOLOGT free; special number. Just
out, containing many facts of clover
land in .Marinette county, Wisconsin. If
for a home or an Investment you ara
thinking ot buying good fa lands,
where farmers grow rich, send at once
for thia special number of Landology.
It la free on request. Address Skid-more-Riehle
Land Co.. 433 Skidmora
Riehla Bldg., Siarinette. Wis.
Real, Estate Loans.
Morris Apartment Hotel
18th and Dodge Sts.
Apartments consist of living room,
dressing room, kitchenette and bath.
W eekly rental Includes heat, light, gas,
phona and maid service. Either weekly
or permenent guests. Phone AT. 3210.
Peters Trust Company,
vnene OA1 A HA HKNTB.
TWO five-room apartments for rent:
.v.a'j ann tzs, joai B. 20th. Phone
DAVENPORT. 2H18-24 Hildrich Apts., !
mm. lurnisnea. tiecino ngnts, steam
STEAM heated aparruents, 4 rooms, closa
i. . i. oieooiiis. iftiu t.:nicago.
4 TO 7 rooms, modern. Freo rant until
April l. bselin. Jackson 491.
SIX-ROOM flat, newly decorated, 13th
miu iuann. A I.
BINNET ST., 1607. 5-room unfurnished
upanmem. J A.
NICE 6-room flat, 2224 N. 20th St. Web
FOUR-room modern brick flats at 2213
zist t., iao ani o5 month.
FOR RENT Business Property.
THREE story hrirk building lth and
iMcnoias. ez.uuu aiuara feet floor
soar, will rnt as a whole or In part.
Apply W. G. Brandt. Care Orchard-Wit-
WB hava cash on hand to loan on Omaha
E. IT. I.OUGEE. INC.,
638 Keellne Bldg.
Farm T,nancNo delay on western
A dllll AJUclIib Nebr. farms, ranchea
Kloks Investment Co., 845 Om. Nat'l Bank.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NF.H. FARMS.
OKEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 On). Nat. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 271 S.
FIRST mortgage loans mado promptly
on Omaha real estate. Shopen & Co.,
.iieaitors. JA. 422S. 234 Keellne. Bldg,
1100 TO 110.000 made promptly. F. O
Wead A Bowman Co.. Wead Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
LIBERTY BONDS bought snd sold. AT.
3644. Jlack'a Bond House. 1421 1st Nat.
J. H. M1THEN pays most for LIBERTY
BONDS. 921 City Nafl. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
Lint your rmme Buy vour hom
BINDER & OTIS,
Real Estate, Loans. Rentala. J A. fill.
Charles W. Young & Son
Real Estate. Rentals, Insurance.
1C02 City Nat. Bk. AT. 9668.
HAVE Inquiriea for homes do you want
to sell your property? List it with
C. A. Orlmmel. Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
141 let Nat'l Bk. Bldg. JA. !.
V. ROT WOODWARD.
Investments and Insurance.
JA 3236. 702 Peters Trust Bldg.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate sea
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Nat'l Bk. Bldg. J A ckaon 1421
RTRJvF.TT wH- Tornado and
UliVAXJl 1 Windstorm Insurance
350 Peters Tru?t Bldg. J A. 033.
WANT 0 or J-room, well located. In Dun-
oee, ty tn iirst; nars cash. Box 121,
GEO. T. TORTER A COt
Real Estate, Rentals, Insurance.
103 South ISth. AT. 2391.
Bee Wants Ads Produce Resulls.
FIRST National Bank Hldg.. 400. Apply
1 Very tholes suits of offices.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
.Nr.lllAWAI sells snd trades. KE. H0.
Twice Below Par
35,000 Five-room strictly modern bun
galow located in ,Mnntclalr, all on
one floor, oak finish and oak
floors, built-in features, full ce
ment basement, good atflc. Good
lot, fpuih front. 11,500 cash, bal
17,300 Five-room semi-bungalow, located
near Slat and .Myrtla avenue In
Montclair. largs living room across
front, dining room, kitchen on
tho first floor, finished In oak.
two dandy bedrooms and bath on
the second floor. Oak floors, whltn
enamel finish. Dandy lot, paved
streets, garage and drivs. 31,500
down, balance monthly.
$S,000 Seven-room two story strictly
modern houso in Miller park dis
trict, large living room, sunroom
and kitchen in tha first floor,
built-in features, .oak finish and
oak floors, three bedrooms and
bath on tho second floor, hard
pine finish. Dandy aouth front
lot on paved street, paving paid.
Garage and drive. 14,000 cash,
18,500 Six-room strictly modern bunga
low, five rooms and bsth on th
first floor, finished in oak and
one on the second, built-in fea
tures, fireplace, bookcases, built
in features In the kitchen heater,
full cemented basement, every
thing complete. Dandy east front
lot on boulevard, all paid, garsea
and drive. Handle on reaaonabls
?7,830 Seven rooms, full two-story house,
located near Hanscom park, largo
living room, sunroom, dining
room and kitchen with built-in
features on the first floor fin
ished in oak. Three, bedrooms
snd sleeping porch nnd sunroom
on the second floor with oak
floors and white enamel finish.
Full cement basement, furnace
heat, corner lot, paved street all
around, all paved. Garage and
drive. Tart cash, balance month
ly. $17,o00--Seven-room, full two-story strict
ly modern house, located in tha
very cream of Dundee, three larga
rooms namely, living room, dining
room, kitchen with built-in fea
tures, oak finish and oak floors,
four bedrooms and bath on tha
secend floor, tile bath, oak floors
finished In white enamel. Full
cemented basement, furnai a heat,
dandy double garage and drive,
paved atreet, all paid. Will sell
on reasonable terms or discount
Pane Investment Co.
527 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. DO. I "St.
Five-room stucco bungalow; fireplace,
oak finish; white enameled bedrooma;
south front. 16,00". Owner leaving city,
Osborne Realty Co.,
630 Peters Trust Bldg. JA. 22J.
Diamond as part payment. JA. 866S.
SEVEN-RM.: STKAJI HEAT: DOWN
TOWN LOCATION; 1600; ."6 CASH.
iou neTer near or a
Home Off ner being sup
ported hr his reMites.
riot many an old man,
who doesn't own his
Hume, is not able to
rare for himself iu his
Consult a Realtor and
make yourself indepen
dent, by Owning a
OWAHA REAL .
ESTATE BOAR l