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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1913. WANT ADS Want atl received at nny time, hut to Insure proper classification must bo presented before 12 o'clock noon for tho crcnlng edition and before 7 30 p. ni. for tho morning and Sun da editions. W.tnt ada received nftcr such hours will hare their first insertion under tho heading, "Too Late to Classify." C.SH RATES TOR WANT ADS REGULAR CLASSIFICATION: One insertion 12 cents per lino. Two or more consecutive Inser tions x ! cents a word. No adver tisement taken for less than 20 cents. Two or moro consccutlro Inser tions 0 cents per lino. One lino per month $1.80. Twenty cents a minimum charge. Advertisements charged to patrons having accounts are measured by the line, not by tho word. NOTE Tho Boo will not be re eponilblo for more than one wrong Insertion due to typographical error. Claims for error cannot bo allowed after tho 10th of the following n -nth. An advertisement inserted to bo run until forbidden must bo -opped by written order. Verbal or telephone cancellations cannot be accepted. CHARGE KATES. Six words to tho line. Ono insertion 12 cents per lino. Two or moro consecutive tnsei t-onn 0 cents per line. Ona lino per month $1.80. Twenty cents a minimum charge. Advertisements charged to patrons having arcounts are measured by the l.no, not by tho word. LODGE JVOTICKS. iioir.be, of Danla Lodge No. 119, D. 8. 8. aro requested to attend the funeral of our late sister, Bodll Rasmussen, Tues day, July IS, at 2 p. m., from Hoffman's undertaking parlors, 31th and Dodge. Friends and other sister lodges Invited. MARY OEHCKE, Secretary. Dagma Rebecca, No, 143 wilt meet at the luncral parlors of Leo Hoffman. 24th and Dodge at 2 p. m., Tuesday, July IS, to pay last respects to our late sister Bodll Rasmussen. Alt members are re quested to be present. ADELE HENRIKSEN. Secretary. BIRTHS AND DEATHS. Births R, O. and Edith Brownoll, hos pital, girl; A. J. and Bossle Brown, 2713 rhtcago, boy; C. and Ella Coppock, 2324 Wirt, boy; Leon and Edith Cppeland, 26 California apartments, girl; George and Minnie Faulkner, 11& North Seventeenth, gtrl. O. O. and Pearl Gltbraltti, 33111 Blondo. boy, H. and Pearl Lintncr, 1513 Cuming, Klrl, B. and Bertha Leonard. 421 Dorcas, girl. Frank and Agnes Michalck, 1727 bouth Fourteenth, boy; B. and M. Millard, 123 North Thirty-ninth, girl; M. and Cath erlne Polcar, hospital, girl; Soren and E. Rasmussen, 3332 Ames avenue, boy; W, H, and Agnes 12. Ritchie. 2117 Pratt, boy; 8, and Pearl Stafford, 3211 Burt, boy; 11. A. and Laura Belle Wilkinson, 3174 Mere dith, boy. ... Deaths W. Rocheford, 62 years. Twenty second and Leavenworth; John H. Frank. Sin, 34 years, 413 North Thirty-fourth; 1'. F. Schnake, 77 years, 2410. North Seven teenth. BUILDING PERMITS. , Mrs. Gendall, 2473 North FItty-tlfth, Forty-second, frame, $2,0CO; D. M. Wilson, 2321 North Forty-seventh, frame, 32.000; Mrs. Ilodsen, 2i Florence boulevard, name, jz.iw. HELP WANTED l'KAIAL 13. AKiilft uuil anteawoiuvu, wanted nigh-class thoroughly ex perienced millinery salesladies for Kan sas City, Mo.; none but experienced need appiy. Acaress jiox u on, umana moo. ANTED Millinery salesladies; good samry to those who are thoroughly ex perienced; others need not apply. 'Apply A Freeman. iseDrasxa cioimnir uo, LADIES, $2 to $5 a day, something new, make others work tor you. V. 8. llarrl son, 310 Securities Bide. Des Moines. Ia. Factory noil Trades. LADIES can decorate pillows at home, experience unnecessary, good pay, call rnrannnttl. ""it 7 Ha l!Htv Housekeeper. kUil Lomeatlua. THE SERVANT GIRL PROBLEM SOLVED The Bee will run a' Servant Girl Wanted Ad FHEB until you get the desired results. This applies to residents of Omaha, South Omaha and Council Bluffs. Bring your ad to The Bee office or telephone Tyler 1000. aiRL for housework In family of 2. Must be experienced. Best ot wages. Good homo to right party. References required. Tel Harney 6870. Mrs. Peier EIrad, 6003 Davenport. WANTED Good muld for gen eral housework; two In family: no washing ift ironing. References required. Mrs. Frank Crawford, Apt 7, The West Far nam. 2417 Dewey Ave. Tel. liar. vxi. WANTED A good girl for general housework: Rood wages; no laundry; references required. Mrs. I. W. Carpen ter tiarncy cnu. EXPERIENCED gtrl for general house. worn: no waanwR. Mrs. w. J. nyncs k: te. Har. 4764. WANTED A girl for general house work. Good home to right party. 4912 Dodge. WANTED Good girl tor general house work; good wages, uarney ir.il. iss B. earn m. WANTED A competent gtrl for genera) nouieworx; email nouse; gooa wages, jurs. l u. uouia. ir. aibi. WANTED A competent girl for general housework; small family. Har. 320. WANTED A gtrl mornings, 613 Park Ave WANTED A good girl for general housework. 3310 Dewey Ava. liar. 4401 WANTED A girl for general house. WOTK. 610. IS, ZlB,t, WANTED A good girL 3004 Farnam. Call 8unday afternoon. Good wages. GIRL wanted for general housework four in family. 874 S. 36th Ave. Har. 5180. COMPETENT girl for .general house work. No washing. 904 B, S3d. WANTED A good gtrl for general housework. Harney (SO. Mrs. A, 8. Wil liams. YOUNQ'Strl to assist with housework and care ot 2 children. 4211 Cass. Harney WM. WANTED at once, an elderly lady who wishes a good home. Good pay to right party. Telephone Harney L GIRL for general housework, two in family, good wages. Call Harney 41. Mtscellanpuua. YOUNG women coming to Omaha, aa st.anstrs are invited to visit the Young Women's Christian association building at St Mary's Ave. and Uth fit, where they will be directed to suitable boarding Places or otherwise assisted. Lock for our travelers' guide at the Union station. LA.DIK& If vou wiuit tu maV'. mmiy In all or spare time on something strictly Ulgbgrade; a, proposition of real merit; work you will be proud of; writs for the special summer offer I am making iiuw 10 HmBiiious women. is, ttwarts. tough. Box P. Toledo O. ""LADIES MaV shields; W per Imn arcd cm make two an hour; no can vaMlng. American Co., Sheffield sta tion, Kansas City, Mo. WQMRN. yet gOVernBWBt Jobs. Big pay. 'Pull" unnecessary. List of post. tJon obtalaa tile free. Franklin Institute, ""HAVE yu seen' ' fitlroopbagus 1 HELP WANTED MALTS. HAVE you seen a Sarcophagus? A Kent, Salesmen and Solicitor. THE DIAMOND METAL , STAMPING CO. Incorporated capital $50,000. Wants a local agent In every county sent In the state of Nebraska, also western Iowa. They manufacture the only practloal FLEXIBLE METAL WEATHER 8TRtP. Meeting all requirements and made from sine. This takes a salesman or a car penter with sales ability. I want a thoroughly reliable agent in each county. I can place him In position to make good money If he Is a hustler. For further particulars address T. H. Wiley, 5003 Capitol Ave., Omaha, Neb. Agents, Salesmen Solicitors. WANTED Successful salesmen to sell merchants, banks and doctors outside Omaha; make all towns In each county; old established St Louis concern ' and want salesmen who will give all their time to this business; we will pay bis money for energetic, hard workers; per manent positions. Address D. E. Buckley, sales manager, 721 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. JAEGER VACUUM 8WEEPF.R8. Get the sates. Larso profits and still sold at a price below any other. The best carpet sweeper type cleaner on the market We have the live salesmen with us, and are selling to the quantity men. Why not to you? Jaeger Mfg. Co., 60 Brandels Theater Bldg., Omaha, Neb., or Chicago office. USB Spain time picking up magazine subscriptions; soliciting not necessary; big profits; market all about you; every one reads mainlines, Address Circula tion Mgr., 6761 Drexei Ave., cnicago. Make big money handling our line of household specialties. Valuable premiums given. ' Wrlto for new summer catalog now. Wllmor Supply company, 2720 Adams street. Chicago, HI. WANTED A high class reliable state sales manager for a store fixture with out competition. Commissions (300 to W0J per monin. Address, xne uucKiey upo clalty Co., Lima. O. WANTED 4 young men of good op. pearance; high school education pre ferred, to solicit advertising. Good prop osition for the men that make good. Ad dress S. 178. Bee. WANTED 4 nnat-apncarlng young men to travel. Apply 70S Brandels The. Bldg IF you can Sell advertising and want le make money during the summer, ad dress N 103, care Bee. WANTED A talesman. 323 a week guaranteed. 943 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Boys. WANTED Strong errand boy. 418 H. 14th St. Clerical and Office. BOOKKEEPER. $65. Address L 103. Be. Factory and Trades. GET Into the most profitable business of today, the automobile business, and be come independent. our large, wen equipped shops, offer tho opportunities of learning the business by actual ex perience on different makes of cars. Our terms are moderate. Write or call National Auto Training association. .2814 N. 20th St, Omaha, Neb., phone W. 5943. MEN wanted to learn the barber trade: best trade In existence for poor man; machinery can t Kin it; our graduate greatly In demand; top wages to holders of our certificates: few weeks completes. Tools given; catalogue free. Moler Bar ber College, 110 B. 14th Bt. ATTEND the RIGHT SCHOOL. Larg '. te.t equipped xcnool and repair shoo in entire west. Price no more than any ot li'e so-caned scnonib. uquipmeni Ann faculty not to be compared In any par ticular. NtSUllAHKA AU'iOMUllim SCHOOL. 1417 Dodge. Phone Doug. 3043. KOUIt vounir men to sell advertising during the summer; good proposition; ex- erlonco unnecessary. Address a-isi, care WANTED- First-class trimmers and makers for high-grade millinery; good ,n I V. . ....tlk... Iran. ma I I , , DftlUI J IU 11.11, IHIHCBt VJ l mo. Aaaress iiox i- zvi, umana ec, WANTED Bench man for sash and door factory. Geo. P. Bmlth Co., Charles City, la. Neb. Van Court Sti.se Co..1605 Howard: Bt WANT A TELEGRAPH' JOB ? We haVo one watting for you. You can qualify for it in u few snort montns at uuylith COLLEGE OFFICIAL UNION PACIFIC R. It TRAINING SCHOOL. .We, will supply you with a place to work for board wnno attenaing ana tree transpor tation to your post when your course is completed. Bend for our catalogue toaay. BOYLE8 COLLEGE. 1600 Harney St, Omaha, Neb. Drug storo snaps: jobs; Knelst, Bee Bldg. Factory ana Trades, HELP Call Omaha Employment Bureau, BARBER wanted-J. C. lleunlnrs. 1415 Main Bt, Florence. 1.000 MEN to eat salt nork and eggs. 10c, COFFEE JOHN. 14th and Capitol. Miscellaneous. DO TOU want an advertising position? Free information regarding openings and qualifications. f.ot a scnooi or employ ment agency. tl Advertisers' Bldg. Chicago. WANTED Names of men, 18 to 45 wishing to become Omaha mall carriers. commence, n month. Address Y 173, Bee LOCOMOTIVE firemen, brakemen, wages about 3100; experience unnecessary. Bena age, stamp. Address x 1M Bee. POSITION by a. comnetent widow lady, who deilres domestic work -during day as she prefers to go home nights at present, but later on desires to get a position In a respectable widower's noma out western states as I want to leave tno city. Address J ioi Bee. ELDERLY lady in quest ot health would like to get In with a good private nome, ana (jnrisuan family, or as com. panlon at home while member la absent Apply ian Monroe Bt. Boutn Omaha. WANTED Position in bank as assist- experience. First class reference. All ures- itnierest, nrtn, titn. position as housekeeper. 620 8. 17fh Ave. .1 .... . UIIU WIIIIU ,T U U I u ,,HQ a, xei. Tyier uco. EXPERIENCED Chatfeur want nnsl tlon as chatfeur In private family; refer- ences given. Address u-aw, Bee. A YOUNO man. good barber, four months lit this country, wishes jposltlon as oaroer. Aaaress ii-zue. care uee. HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE. GOVERNMENT Jobs open to men and women. Thousands of aDDOlntments. Write for Ust of propositions. Franklin institute. Dept. 2U E. iiochester, N. Y. EXPERIENCED hand button hole maker on shirts. Albert Cahn. 211 & 14th Bt., 3d Tloor. WANTEDSITUATIONS POSITION wanted by young man, aged Kiint years' exoarienee in central store, two years as traveling salesman for vent's furnishing goods house. 1 am an experienced bookkeeper and have good. recommendation ana can give oanic rei- erence. Have position now as manager of general store in small town. Personal reasons ror cnanging. w. tr. xserry, uutiaio, mo, AKNOTJN CKMENT8. Gibson's Buffet (It South Uth Bt NEWEST. mi model utomoblU It to bo seen At Stevens-Duryea BOLD BY R. N. Howes & Co. WEAK A DIAMOND f5 A YEAR. W redeem any atone bought tram us at 10 per cent discount within a year; a $W diamond redeemed for lii after 12 months' use; "At the Sign ot the Crown Up the Golden Stairs.'1 Fred Brodecaard Jewelry Co.. 16th and Douglas. Standard Furn. Rep. 1st cl. rep'g. Red (Sl P. H. Griffith, wig tr.fr. U Frnr liik. ILVVB you seen a iaroophacua? ANNOUNCEMENTS. HAVE you seen a Sarcophagus? HAZEL, LEAP PILE CONES Best remedy for Itching, bleeding or protrud ing piles; 50c postpaid: samples free. Sherman A. McConnell DrUir Co.. Omaha. Vddu t announcements Dnug. I'tg. Ua. ATTRACTIONS 2 aeroplanes, now booking, third sea son, some open time. Write at once or call Douglas 3631. Loch-Coleman Avia tion Co., 313 Bo. 17th St., Omaha. Omaha film exch., 16th and Doug. Mo tion picture machine mid film bargains. AUTOMOn ILES DRUMMOND'S Big new garage at 2Cth and Karnam. FORE DOORS SEAT COVERS. Electric Coupe at one-third of Its value for cask Will trade for real estate. New batteries and In fine condition. Call 310 Bee. Doug. 2H. 11. N. Howes & Co. NEW DEALERS Stovens-Duryea Cars 2214-221S Farnam Street. Repairing Storage General Gurage. MAKE OFFERS. Must bo sold in the noxt three days re gardless of the price, a clean stock ot groceries ana meat maricet togetner or 111 sell the fixtures separate. 1523 Vln- ton St., Thone Doug. 1530. B. N. HOWES & CO. NEW DEALERS Stevens-Duryea Cars 221S.221R Fftrniim f. Rebalrlng. Storage. General Garage. EXPERT and guaranteed repair work l all kinds of cars: battery charging and magneto repairs; castings welded: bargains In used cars. BCATES MOTOR CAR CO.. 1415 Dodge. BEST AUTO PAINTING Fore doors. slip covers, new tops and bodies built to order. WM. PFE1FFER CAKRRIAGE Works, 25th Ave. & Leav;nworth. D. 6322. NEW S-Passensor 1913 Cartercar: 31.400 takes It. Cost 31.750. One 4-h. p. Thor. motorcycle. 172. LeBron Electric Works. 313 8. 12th. FOR SALE 1912. model No. 20. Hup runabout. Will bear Inspection. W. 8. Cooper, Council Bluffs. Phone 372. DAY storage: good service: Dollte at tendants; autos washod and polished at the Down Town Garage, 1418 Howard bt. ONE second-hand Interstate, one sec ond-hand Reo: bargains. Inter-State Automobile Co., 310-12 8, 13th St. GENTLEMAN'S roadster cheap. Get car with a record. Good condition. Ad- ress it. 1j. Crlssman, 2024 Farnam. 1100 reward for any magneto wo can't re pair. Coll repairing. Baysdorfer. 210 N. 13. Motorcycle. POPE MOTORCYCLES. powerful. speedy and of graceful design; proven magnificent nui cumnera; tour moueis, 3166 to 1230; good proposition for sub. gents, BPEciAL, riuuE on aioaei ii for short time, with clutch and sprlnn seatpost, freight prepaid, 3138. "Pope quality has never been questioned." write for catalogue or can ror aemonsirauon. THE, DIERS CYCLERY. 303 N. 24th St. noutn umana. BUB-AUENTS wanted for the Yal motorcycle In nearby territory. Also bar. gains In all makes used motorcycles. Vic tor II. lloos, "tne Motorcycle Man. liar. ley-uaviuson ana xaie motorcycles, nui Leavenworth St. Omaha. Neb. WlllTE FOR LIST OF SECOND.HAND MOTORCYCLES. MICKELS NKllllAoKA VlUUti V.U., 15TH AND HARNEY. SECOND-HAND AUTOMOBILES WILL sacrifice my 40-horiepowor run about; never been used. Address A 41, cure Bee. BUSINESS CHANGES TO ret In or out of business, call on GANOESTAD, 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D. 34(7. R; N. Howes & Co. 2216 Farnam Street, agent In Nebraska and western lowi Stevens-Duryea WANTED a erocery for my 80 acres good land near Bhelton, Neb.; every foot In corn. Price $76.00 per acre. Clear. Address 2310 Cumlngs. LADIES, furnishings goods, dresses, skirt, store for sale. Consider part cash. real estate. Aaaress, ueax w, jvenneoecn Co., Omaha. FOIt RENT 6-room house with small atoro attached. Stock for sale. S. Coren- man. 176 H. zstn. Boutn omana. HAVE comnletety equipped garage for tale at a bargain. R. B. Held, 340 Bran dels Theater. WE HAVE SAFE INVESTMENT WITH GOOD PAYINO POSITION FOR RIGHT PARTY. ADDRESS A-2X BEE. TO get In or out of business or to sell or buy real estate, call at 403 Paxton Block. Phone Doug. 4318. A WELL eaulnned blacksmith shorn good reason for selling. Gabrlelson & Co., Newman Grove, Neb, TO QUICKLY sell your business or real estate, write Kennebeck C?., Omaha. FOR SALE Small lunch room, doing good business, at 2129V. Farnam St. FIRST CLASS candy kitchen and Ice cream parlor. Eaulnned for candy and Ice cream making; power freezer. Doing excellent business and sales run from $000 to $800 per month. Will stand Investl gallon. In goo,v live Nebraska town ot 12,000. Addresr. x zoo, care Bee. BUSINESS FKRSOtfAIiS, Abstractors. S. M. Sadler & Bon, 218 State Bk. D. 1321. Amateur Priutlnsr and Finishing. FILMS loo. prints 2c to 4c Sander. holm Photo Co., U2 No. 16th. Omaha, . .eb. Uarber Sauna, TEN CENTS shave and neck shave. E cents shine. l-assers, 1S17 Farnam Bt Brass Foundries. Paxton-Mltchell Co.. 26th and Martha Sts. Uhlrouractora, J. C Lawrence, D. C. 1323 Howard. D. 840, Lte W. Edwards. M.D., D.C.. 34th A Far. UutlUoKp ana Contractors, Howard M. Laubach Co., excavating, concrete foundation, sidewalks. D, 6103. 60s Bee Bldg. Carpenters, builders. Shop till N. 24th Figure with 3. F. Wilson & Co. W. it Chiropodists. DR. ROY. 1508 Farnam. Douglas t. Creameries, Dairies ant. !f applies. DAVID CCLB CREAMERY COMPANY. Detectives. JAMES ALLAN. SU Neville Blk. Evt dence secured in all cases.. Tyler 113C Omaha Be Ser Agcy. 428 Paxton. D. 121. 3)resaiuaktnn. Terry Dressmkg. college. 90th tt Farnam. Oragi, DRUGS at cut prices: freight paid on $19 orders) catalogue free, Sherman A McConnell Drug Co., Omaha, NeU. Hverytblnu- for Wouica. TURKISH bath. im Farnam. D. 60S. Florists, A- Donaghue. 1607 Farnam. Dour. ISOt HESS & BWOBODA. 1415 Farnam 8t L. HENDERSON, 1611 Farnam. D. 1363. Fariitlerc Repairs. MUSES' Piano and Fumttur hospital. tt Leavenworth. D. tm. First-class work 1LYVE vou sean a fiarcoohagusT A. B. C. of Omaha HAVE yon seen a Sarcophagus? ARKIN'S KOSHER CAFE stands for quality, quantity & econ omy. 81R H. 15th. middle of block. 2d floor. BEDDEO For 11.00 per week cIoth.is the entire family. 1417 Douglas. Empress AN If SEAT 10c. ANY TIME KERR Abstract Co.. 305 S. 17th St Better be safe than sorry. Have V... A .1.1 . 1. NEBRASKA CYCLE CO., "Mlckel's" 15th anG Harney. Douglas 1C6I. of all flwlnff machines. v ACUUM Cleaners sold and rented. Vacuum cleaning done In the home Sanitary Service Co. Tel. Doug. 2304. Vacation Hints 1 h IV7? ,nt ,ho Y- M- c' A- on Carter lake this summer and reduce the cost of high living, a postal from you ad dressed to the V. M. C. A. will bring full information. Tel. Tyler 1C00. OLD SAXON INN, MILLARD. NEB. Auto tourists' headq tors. Paved roads from Omaha, free auto sheds, waiting rooms, ladles and gentlemen. Storx beef that made Milwaukee Jealous on draught Ired Marode, Prop., Bell Phone Millard 3. BUSINESS PERSONALS YOU can see n sarcophagus. itat Clcnners. WE clean, dye ahd reblock all ladles' and gents' hats. New York shine parlor, 106 8. 16th, opposite Hayden's. luaurnitcc. TORNADO 1024-O'NelU's, INSURANCE -Call 1505 Farnam St. Tylor INSURANCE, Fire, Tornado. Auto. Dan It Bmlth. 32d Bee Bldg. Tel. D. 970. Mtislc, Art and Lnnicuatrcs. Hetherlngton, violin teachr. 1313 Far.W752 Nnraerlen and Seeds. STEWART'S SEEDMAN. 119 N. 16th. ' UsteopatliM. Alice Johnson. 30?-!i Brandels The. Bldg. lucr llauicer. Uso Snowflnke Pacts. Omaha Paste Co. Patents. D. O. Barnell. Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117. HIRAM A. STURGES, patent lawyer, 646 Brandels Theater Bldg. Doug. 3469. l'rllKlui.. DOUGLAS Printing Co. Tel. Doug. 044. WATERS-BARNHART Ptg. Co.. qual ity printing. Tel. Doug. 2190. 624 80. 13th. Films, 10c, prints. 2c to 4c. Sander holm Photo Co.. 612 N. 16th. Omaha, Neb. Tho Rnbor Printing Co. rSn,plSJSf BEE BLDG., ENTRANCE ON COURT. McOatfln (MAC), the PRINTER. D. 2S2S. CENTRAL PRINTING CO. Doug. 3754. Pnbllo Stenographer. Ida M. Walters. 815 Om. Nat. bk. D. 1460. Minnie Phalen. 615 Brandels Bldg. D. 3456. Sheet Aletnl Works. Carter Sheet Metal Works. 110 3. 10th. Store mill Office Fixtures. DESKS, safes, scales, showcases, shelv ing, etc. Ve buy, we sell. Omaha Fixture and Fupply Co., 414-16-13 8. 12th. D. 27t Trunks unci .Suitcases. FREL1NO & 8TEINLE, 1503 Farnam St Wines uud Liquors. WILLOW Springs beer, liquors, cigars, sandwiches. Alex Jetcs. 201-3 S. 13th St VIRGINIA DARE wine, 05a a large bot tle. Klein Liquor House. 622 N. 16th St EDUCATIONAL MOS1JER-LAMPMAN COLLEGE Unsurpassed classes. Finest quarters. Graduates are guaranteed good positions. Work for board. For free catalogue ad dress Mosher-Lampman College. 1815 Far- iiuiu ot, umana, meo. BOYLES COLLEGE. DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL . , ALL THE YEAR. Comnleta rnurMi in nmiii.,. nA.v keeping, Stenography, Telegraphy. Civil Service and Salesmanship. The catalogue i icuujr. ..-aii, write or pnone for It Boyles College. 18th and Harmv Bt. Omaha. Neb. THE VAN 8ANT SCHOOL. Founded in 1831. Stenography only. Pa- irumzeu uy uie euucuteu ana experienced. Individual attention. EVERY graduate succeeds. Catalogue ready. Omaha. Neb. LIVE STOCK FOIt GALE Horses and Vehicles, Harness of all kinds, the largest stock in tne cuy at attractive prices. Jonnson Danfnrth, 10th and Jones. Conn, WILL furnish cows to produce milk for us. Aiomuo. uaii Douglas ui. LOST AND FOUND OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET RAILWAY COMPANY. Persons h:vlnaT lost soma art lei would xJo well to call up the office ot the Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway company to ascertain whether they left it In the street cars. Many- articles each day ara turned In and tho company Is anxious to restore them to the rightful owner, Call Doug las M, LOST For terrier doi harness H. 431. and. collar on. with tag No FOUND Lady's silk auto cloak on West Farnam street near W. D. Moores resi dence, on evening ot the Fourth. Owner may nave some by calling at Bee office ana paying lor this aa. LOST Saturday morning In the Bran dels store, some valuable certificate papers; or value to no one out owner; iiDtrai rewara. uia auami at. LOST A female brown Boston bull ter rier, wime spot on breast Tel. Web. or Harney 3458. Reward. MKPICAL Piles, Fistula Cured Dr. X It Tarry cures piles, fistula and other rectal diseases without surgical operation, Cure guaranteed and no money paid until cured. Write tor book on rectal aiseases with testimonials. DR. E. It TARRY. Bee Bldg.. Omaha. Dr. Bakor Medical Offices DISEASES OF WOMEN. Consultation and examination free. 210 South ltth Street Omaha. Ntb. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY furnished salaried people and omera upon ineir own names, cneap rates, easy payments. D. H. Tolrr.an, 336 Board 01 iTaue uuuaiug- OFFERED FOR RENT. Apnrtiueuta and Flats. Gordon VanCo.Sil 31 N. 11th St. or 210 S. 17th St TsL D. 3M. MODERN in new Troy. 8008 Harney, 83S. THOS. W. IIAZEN. 307 McCague Bldg. D. 1300. 107 FARNAM w rounu, completely modern; suitable location for offices, studio, dental or dressmaking rooms, eta. for tenants wishing homes adjoining. Halt Dlat Co.. iS Ramg. D. T4CC MODERN apartments of 4 rooms each, gas ranges In kitchens. $14 to $16.60. THOS. W. HAZEN. $07 McCague Bldg. D. 1300. DESIRABLE 4-rootn modern apartment. See Retchenburg Bros.. Doug. 1946. HAVE you seen Sarcophagus! OFFERED FOIl RENT. HAVE you seen a Sarcophagus T Apartments and Flats. THE OROa New four and five-room apartments, all modern conveniences. Gas stoves and refrigerators Installed, modern laundry In basement, storage rooms for free use of tenants. Sleeping porches. On beautiful Forest hill. 9th 8t and Forest Ave. Walking distance. Apply to Omaha Realty Owners' Corporation, 1202 W. O. W. Bldg. Tel. Douglas 4650. SIX-ROOM modern flat. 1112 8. Uth 561 S. 27th St, 6-room flat. Doug. 64ot Honrd and ltuoma. MERRIAM 3 or 4-r., private bath; also small suite; 1 or 2 single. 303 N. 20th; nice, cool rooms with board; homo cooking. Furnished Uoona. FRONT room for 1 or 2 men. near 30th and Farnam, facing Central Blvd.,; pri vate family. Tel. Harney 6902. 2706 FARNAM, 2 cool, nicely fur nished rooms; cheap; or board and room, 35.00. 'STRICTLY modern, gas. electricity; near crosstuwn and Farnam lines. 2317 Harney. NEWLY furnished rooms; ttcum heat 1708 Jackson St Tyler 152L MRS. M. A. KING desires to announce that she has opened a large up-to-date rooming house at 170S Cass and desires to nnnounce to her friends and patrons that all possible comfort and conveniences are provllded. TWO cool, clean, modern rooms for housekeeping; ront reasonable. 1024 S. 10th St Phone Douglas 4202. NICELY furnished front room suitable for one or two gentlemen. Will rent rea sonable. Residence, 712 North 27th Ave. Famished Honsekeeplns; Ilooms. 2419 DODGE, cool, nicely furnished two room suite. Pleasant locality. Uufnrnlahed Ilooms. THREE bath room, unfurnished rooms; private 2617 N. 18th. W. -7178. Ilotela sail Apartments. PTiAZA House of coolness. 14th and x xjxuja n0Ward. Each room modern; electric fan. Special summer rate 35 per week and up. Tyler 234. DODGE HOTEL Modern, r-aaonabl. Furnished Houses. HANDSOMELY furnished house on N. 24th car Tine for small family 6 months, 335. Tel. Doug. 305S. FURNISHED 6-room cottage. Two months. No children. Harney 6845. Houses anil Cottaires. TJNTTT?T Trpxr Storage and Van h )H. . I Y Co. Goods stored, J"l-y-l-i--L A A moved. packed, shipped. 16th and Jacksbn 8ts. Doug. 1516. A COMPLETE list of all vacant houses, apartments nnd flats that are for rent This Is a list compiled dally and can be seen free of charge at 309 South 17th St OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO. 2310 DOUGLAS, 11 rooms, modern, $50.00. 2566 Douglas, S or 6 rooms. 3S04 North 24th; modern 6 rooms, $25.00. Flat, 2303 Leavenworth, 6 rooms, $20.00. JOHN N. FRENZER, DOUGLAS 654. FOR RENT, 2222 S. 16th St. 4 rooms. $10.60: 4 rooms. 3S.60, partly modern. Gallagher & Nelson, Douglas 33S2. FOR RENT. 8 rooms, strictly modern house, walk- Ing distance, close to church and schools, 336. Gallagher & Nelson. Doug. 33S2. CALL and stfo 6-room cottage: modern except heat 3032 North 23d, $20. Phone Doug. 7868. MAGGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO.. packs, moves, stores and ships household goods and pianos. Douglas 1496. TWO-STORY brick flat, on 25th. near California. Crelghton University. Doug las 2320. FOR RENT 7-room house, all modern. at 25th and Parker. W. 122. 7 ROOMS and bath. All .modern. 1026 N. 33d. Inquire' 2715 Chicago. FOR RENT Deelrable 8-r. modern house, newly remodeled. 2604 Decatur. CENTRAL, all mod. 4 and 7-r. flats and houses unequalled. Tliard. 220 N. 23d. Jp T?0orl EP. Co., furniture moving. . xteea Two men ti nour Wt TWO nice houses: atl modern: cars: Dundee. Harney 2558. HniiRAM In all parts ot the city. STRICTLY modern 6-room house. 2333 So. 81st So. Tel. Homey 1913- 8 ROOM8. modern. 112 N. 26th. D. 2717. FOR RENT August 1st AH modem home. Driveway and garage. 1113 So. 30th Ave. $45. Tel. Har. 3603. FOR RENT Modern, aeven-room brick, 205 So. 23th street. Inquire 3424 Farnam. 6-ROOM cottage. 1717 Leavenworth. Tel. t. 3802. : Stores and Offices. von TtENT The office on around floor of The Bee Building occupied by The Havens-White Coal company. Frontaga on Farnam St. and occupying about L600 square feet, witn extra entrance on mo court of the building. Large vault Fine office fixtures lor sale. Appiy w. i-. Fell. Bee Otflcs- 111 8outh 15th: steam heat; 009 South 15th St.; brick; $25.00. JOHN N. FRENZEH. DOUGLAS 664. BRICK stores. 17th and 18th and Cum Ing. $25 to $50. . THOS. "vV. HAZEN. 207 McCague. D. 1300. STORE room for rent. Retail location. Near 16th and Farnam streets. Occupied now. Will lease. W. Farnam Smith St Co., 1320 Farnam St. OFFERED FOR SALE. Furniture. FOR SALE An early English dining room suit;. Kxcenem conaition. very leasonaoie. can uarney sza. Musical Instrument. ELECTRIC piano. $125. 119 N. 16th. Typewriters. REBUILT and slightly used typewriters rented and sold on easy terms. Omaha Typewriter Exchange. 411 s. 15th St. RENT an Oliver typewriter 3 months, $4. The Oliver Typewriter Co., Douglas 2919. 'Rebuilt typewriters rented, eold; easy terms, uutts xyi'ew er ex., uu g amam. TYPEWRITERS for rentr 3 months. $5. CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. Miscellaneous. FOR SALE New and second-hand carom and pocket billiard tables and bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix tures of all kinds: easy Payments. The Brunswlck-Balke CollenJer Co., 407-409 8. 10th St irivn earloada of beer bottlea for sale. Quarts and pints. Nathan Stlenberg, 1013 liarney street. EMPTY Ink barrels for sale. Apply Be Publishing Co.. I7tn and yarpam nts. HALL'S safes, new and 2d-hand. Corey et MCKenile Ptg. CO.. iw uarney. u. iv 8x8 air compressor. $13 S. ltth. SAFES 2d-hand. American Supply Co. Lumber $13 to $18 in: Gross Wrecking Co. FOR SALE-Second-hand hot air fur- nace. 1036 N. 84th. Phoqa uarney sag. PET STOCK. 3 full-blooded fox-terriers. Web. 4391. PERSONAL. Miss Fisher, mas., bath, clec treat D. S&. THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast- off clothing; in net. anything you do not need. We collect repair and sell at 131 N. 11th Bt, tor cost of collection, to the worthy poor. Tel. Douglas 4115 and wagon will call. MASSAGE MRS. RITTENHOUSE. SOS Boston Store. Eve. and Sun. appolnl's. 63.DAY BLOOD REMEDY. Bexton Pharmacy, Uth and Dodge. MANICURING Face, scalp and mag netic treatment Miss Debar. 204 S. nth. HAVE you seen a Sarcophagus? PERSONAL. HAVE you seen a Sarcophagus? YOUNG women comlnc to Omaha as strangers are Invited to visit the Young Women's Christian association building at 17th and St Mary's Ave., where they will be directed to suitable boarding places or otherwise assisted. Look for our travelers aid at the Union station. rAKSA(Jh: BwedHh movement 413 MAQQAUJ-i Bee BUg. Douglas 6372. LOVEJOY. WEB. 65S. Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs. Massage, 1st fl.,r.6. 1723 Dodge. Mrs. Steele. MAGNETIC HBALINd-1829 VINTON. Spondylo Therapy Massage. 1913 Farnam. FOIt SALE OH RENT. PARTLY furnished modern cottage. Hanscom Park district. Call Douglas 6232. REAL ESTATE AUSTItACTa OF TITLE REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract ot flee In Nebraska, 206 Brandels Theater. ACREAGE FOR SALE. 8H ACRES In Council Bluffs, H mile from paved street, car line and cltv school, sidewalks and electric wires run by and It Is on one or tne principal streets leading out of the city. A good place for a home for gardening, fruit growing, chickens, hot houses, bees or any purpose you can uso land for. It is good garden land, with 7- room house, barn, chicken yards and some fruit and Is worth the price of $3,760. Terms If desired. M GEE REAL ESTATE CO., ICC Pearl St., Council Bluffs. 12-ACRB FARM 5 miles of city, on excellent road; good, smootn garaen iana, nice orcnard and small vineyard; 6-room house, barn, cave cellar, chicken yard, etc We know of no better place near cither city for the price, $2,500; $1,000 cash, balance to suit M'GEE REAL ESTATE CO., 105 Pearl St., Council Bluffs. CITY PROPERTY FOU SALE. NEAR Cathedral, almost new 6 rooms, all modern, decorated, leaving city. Harney 6119. 6-ROOM cottage; two blocks from car; north front; lot 50x128; $1800. Address D 178, care Bee. SEVEN-ROOM house; strictly modern; 28th Aye. and Bristol; just completed. In quire of owner. D. 3409. TO BUY, SELL OR RENT, FIRST tiBH JOHN W. BOBBINS. 1802 FaRNAM ST. FOR SALE Beautiful residence, north part of city By owner. Web 1592. REAL ESTATE. FARM A IIANCII LAND FOR HAL1C. California. CALIFORNIA land to exchange. W. T. Smith Co.. 816 City Nat. bank. I Colorado. 320 ACRES .for $50o. to actual settler only. Must .have your tiling rights. Only 17 miles from main line Rock Island, 133 miles east of Denver, In rain belt where good crops have been raised for 30 years. All nlco level land. Han small sod house. J. A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb. 320 ACRES at $400 to actual settler only; must have your filing rights; only 17 ml. from main line U. P. 100 acres nice land in body, balance cut with draw, good pas ture; good dug well; lays by school sec tion; can be rented be an acre or usea without J. A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb. FOR SALE 640-acre ranch, seventeen miles from town; good water and build ings: at $10.00 per acre if taxen at once. W. E. DUbert. Mltcneii, NeD. FABM TO RENT on a 4-year lease. 321 acres: halt farm land: half alfalfa. Box 743, Genoa. Neb. REAL ESTATE LOANS. MONEY to loan on Omaha homes. No delay. J. H. Mlthrn Co.. inc., 921 City National Bank iiing. uougias ins. CITY loans wanted. Loans for build ing purposes. w. XI. XllUatAB, 223 State Bank Bldg. OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.. 1010 Omaha National. Douglas 2713. LOANS on farms and Improved city prcperty, 5, SM and 6 per cent; no delay. j. H. uumont l,o iw rarnaiu at. $100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wcad, Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam. WANTED City loans and warrants, W. Farnam smith ft uo., law f arnam at. GAEVIN BEOS. PHRASE RctL CITY LOANS. Bnmls-Carlberg Co., u 310-812 Brandels Theater Bldg. LARGE loans our specialty. Btull Bros. WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co. HARRISON & MORTON, 916 Om. Nat FLORENCE ACREAGE. See C. L. Nethayay, local agt. Flor. 276. SUMMER RESORTS. FOR RENT New 8-room cottasre. near Omaha Beach, Lake Okobojl, la. New furniture and bedding; large, screened-In porch; good shade and water; fine loca tion. Price. $75 per month, and worth it O. C. Hlllman, Ilayward. I a. WANTED TO BUY. Dolraff 2d-hand atore cava hlcheat nrleea for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607. TWO experienced bank men. best of references, want to buy control In fair sited country bank or two smaller banks, or win esiaoiisn ana manage nana, iur nlshing halt capital. Will fully protect anyone contributing balance if not In ac tive work of bank. Might consider Join ing with small bank to Increase capital It business to Justify. Middle west pre ferred. Address, Y 200, Bee WILL buy slightly used Ford It offered at banraln. State condition, price. P. 206. STEAMSHIPS. ANCHOR LINE STEAMSHIPS Sail every Saturday to and from NEW "V'ORK LONDONDERRY GLASGOW Ocean passage 7H days. Modern rates. For book ot tours, rates, etc, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, Gen. AKts.. 35 W. Randolph St, Chicago, OR ANY LOCAL AGENT. LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST. Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion Live BtocLc Commission Merchant. MARTIN BROS & CO.. Exchange Bldg. HAVE you seen a Sarcophagus? LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE is hereby, given that sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Directors of the Farmers' Irrigation District at their office in the City ot Scottsblurt. Neb., for the purchase of $76,500 of the 6 per cent serial bonds of the district until 13 o'clock m. on the 5th day ot August, 1313. Bald bonds are issued by authority ot an act of the legislature of the state of Nebraska approved March 26, 1895, session laws 1895. Chapter 70. and the amendments thereto, and pursuant to a vote of a majority ot the qualified electors of said district. The board ex pressly reserves the right to reject any and all bids and will In no event sell any of said bonds for leas than ninety, five (95) per cent of the face value thereof. Uy order of the Board of Directors. HEYWARD L. LEA V ITT. Secretary of tho Farmers' Irrigation Dis trict. J.ltdm. HAVE you seen a Sarcophagus? Advertising is bat another word for closer co-operation between buyer and seller, for mutual benefit. PARCEL POST LIMIT IS RAISED I to Be Inoreaicd from Eleven to A r, . a "f 1 4 iweniy rounds. SECOND ZONE IS ABOLISHED nates for the Second Zone Will Bet the Santa an for the First, the Two Zones Belncr Con olldated.' Effecttvo August 15 the limit en ths weight ot parcel post packages will be lifted from eleven pounds and increased to twenty. ThU announcement was mada by James L. Stlce, superintendent ot the Fourteenth division of the railway mail service, upon receipt of notification from Postmaster .General Bruleson. In addition to Increasing the weigh limit on parcel post packages the second xone will be abolished, the first and sec ond zones being consolidated and the rates applying to the first zone will pre vail. Under this new order the rates for I - n l.lana 1 Tl mIU. senuins tt h;asd a. uiui,..,u v. ........ will be Identical per pound with the rates on a package going but ten miles. There Is also a possibility that In ths near future the rates on all zones will bo reduced slightly, or a flat rate may be established which will bo tho same for any distance per pound. This, how ever, is still only under consideration. The rates on parcel post packages ovei the eleven pounds will be In proportion to the rates on smaller packages, that is, an increase of 3 cents per aooraonu pound. There will be no change In the sire of the packages, under the new order, th seventy-three-inch limit still remaining In effect. No Additional ClerUa. The new system, according to Mr. Slice, will affect tho railway mall service some what, but the fourteenth division is pre pared to handle it with little change In the facilities. No additional clerks will have to be put on to handle it. When the parcel post went Into effect on January 1 the facilities at the Union Pacific trans, fer were Increased, as far as space was concerned, until on June 1 the space was double what It had been originally. The heavier packages will increase the bulk of mall considerably and take up more space, but Mr. Stlce Is confident that there Is plenty of facilities to take care of the Increase. "I figure that we will have enough fa cllltles to handle the heavier malls," said Mr. Stlce. "In the annual report I hava Just completed, which shows that the Increase In mall handled by the clerka during the last six months has been 12 per cent over that of the corresponding period last year, we, therefore, know approximately what wo. will have to con tend with. Ten per cent of this Increase was due solely, I believe, to the parcel post." It did not require on act of congresi to increase the limit on weight on parcel post packages, the postmaster general having been given authority, by the original act, to make any change he thought beneficial to the department The postmaster general, however, could not make this change without the ap proval of the Interstate Commerce, com mission after It had made an lnvestlga. tlon. This Investigation was made and the commission approved tho plan. Assistant Postmaster Woodard when Informed ot the change In the weight Bald he had been expecting it and was pleased. Ho said It meant an increase in the business, as many packages sent by parcel post now carried the limit In weight He said a big Increase in the business would also be due to tho con solidation of the first and second zones. "We may have t6 put on wagons," said Mr. Woodard, "to carry these larger packages, as It would be impossible for a regular carrier to take out but two or three twenty-pound packages with his load." Lineman Eeceives a Heavy Electrical Shock on High Pole John E. Mc&lure, lineman for th nfi,. uiiio T.lvht nnrl Pnwr Co.. uiiihir uitk vn withstood the extraordinary experience early yesterday of having 2,300 volta of electricity pass through his body. While working with C. W. Billings, an other lineman, on a high ?ole at Twenty third and Cuming streets, he accident ally caused a circuit between live wires with his two hands with the result that he was tightly held by the magnetlo In fluence. In a couple of moments Billings suc ceeded In getting his companion worker loose and after carrying him down the pole took him Into the office of Dr. B. G. WIUIs, a few steps down the street where the unconscious man was brought back to life. McClure was then conveyed to the of. fices of the Omaha Electrlo Light and Power Co., where he was placed under the care ot the company physician, who found that the patient had withstood the shock without any serious effect. It was first reported that McClure had been killed by the shock. Mercury Goes to 101 at 3 O'clock, Hottest Day of Present Tear Monday up to 3 o'clock went Bun- day's high temperature Just one better in bringing the Fahrenheit to 101 degrees. It was a real sample of torrid tempera ture with the humidity ' of a tropical climate. At 1 o'clock the thermometer at the weather bureau registered 95 de grees; at 2 o'clock It Jumped to 00 and at 3 o'clock Is reached tho summit for this year 101 in the shade. Nine out of seventeen of the station, in the state ot Nebraska under the di rection of the United States weather bureau reported temperatures of 100 or over Sunday, Holdrege being the high est with 110 and Culbertson second with 106. Peacemaker Dies -from His Injuries George 8. Carson, a telegraph aperator at Arlington, Neb., died Monday morn ing at the Nicholas Senn hospital as ths result ot blood clots at the base of his brain, caused by a hammer blow he re ceived while acting aa peacemaker in a family quarrel. N. U. Unthank, pro-, prletor ot an Arlington hotel, Is being held by the authorities there. Carson is declared to have attempted an arbitration between Unthank and hi wife aa the two were engaged In a heated discussion.