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II IK BEE OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1914. Drawn for The Bee by Cliff Sterrett Polly and Her Pals The Young Lady Makes an Investment mimovtf tAPAii M,E Gun fl6uRE it out For I YOURSELF 1 lEAE v.i is-ri ni-il 1 tl Strt A Qtit$TKi OF fiErUTH PA. n im REALIZE Hew do Vfltf .KE REJl MMK 6reat (ivtiSl VjtfHERE'P I Bourn rr MftH -THAT ,Ovt imf youpk 6ohha Oml 1 TotD MAVoubl MV NEU7 MINK I'tMsJ HVWK CX-U IN I IlL tin n oaT Dorr MUPF, P4 . if . ...I "THAT IF , r T 0$ RKHT TMMlAJMfT if n Rjy FOK I (J IV' rr UntlMT TO 1 CHMIJ ,4 Mxl Sk 1 0 .ie Ui inner n AMD unL . Eighty j iw'5 A VEAR r 1 1 1 aiSHfiL I V'ftlT IT: SI 9 m ' 1 ' VA r- l WANT ADS Want ads rocelml at any tlmo, but to Muro proper classification raait bo presented before 12 o'clock noon for tbe evening edition anil 7:30 p. in. for tho morning and Sunday editions. Want ads received after well hours will haro their -first In sertion under tho bending, "Too La to to Classify." CASH KATE Foil WANT MM HEGULAIl CLASSIFICATION! Ono Insertion, 12 cents per line. Two or more consecutive ,lncr lions, 0 cents per lino. Ouo lino per month, 91.80. Twenty cent a minimum charge. Advertisements churned to- patrons having accounts are measured by the line, not by tho word. CHAltOE KATES. tUx words to tho line. Ono Insertion, 13 cents per Hno. Tiro or more consecutive liiscr lions, 9 cents per line. Ono lino per mouth, $130. Twenty cents a minimum charge. .VOTE Tho Heo will not bo ro spoBsiuio for more than oho wrong Insertion duo to typographical error. Claims for error cannot bo allowed after tho tenth ot tho following month. An advertisement Inserted tu bo run until forbidden must bo stopped by written order. Verbal or telephone cancellations cannot bo no i-eptoU. OU..VTJIS AM) I'UMCUAL NOTICES ARNEYMrs. II. J. of Chicago at Murstlilcs, Jil.. on HatuiMiiy iiign., wh lormeiiy Mint May u Council oi tins city. Will bo burled trom her parents' rest lence at 3W Soum Mliiuioeiun street at 1:30 Wednesday morning. January i, to it. Patrick's church at J u. in. JurUl t Hi. Mary's cemutury. WEST LAWN CEMETER. Most acctsslblo modem cemetery la Jmnho. Perpetual care ot lots una single iraves without cniirgc. In tuso ot lm nrdlute noca ttlcpnono Uoug.as VO or darney nna our trco uutoinoblle is tt your service, 'fhu purchase of a slngi vrave starts trie ownerimy ol u tunmy ot on easy pay menu. WK8T LAWN ClCMKTEItY, V Wlthlt Ulilg., ISth and llnrney Bts. th una Lincoln Ave. IIIHTIIM AND IIHATHS. Ulrtlis-K. W. u..u tl. Anderson, S722 Hamilton, boy; ltoy anil frunces Uud ley, hospital, Bin; J. C. una Mary ?oublo, WW Ohio, boy; niid.JIorman oncck, JH5 South Kutoentli. Klrj; C. and 3ruco ifetlers, 'Mi Kvans, giri; C. lr. ind Nancy K. Lambert, nonpltul, boy: i. and. Ueila Lynn, twt iiarnoy, girl; M. ind i. Mitchell,.! UurUcitc, ooy; A. L. ind Mlna Matsdn. tat Illmebaugii, boy; IV. 11. and Jl- Kowiund, 1B3 Sherwood, joy: Q. U, and lop rfouthworth, !W Joutli Ninth, girl; II. W. and MaVtha I'ruelsen, Wli Nbrth Twenty-fourth, boy, Ueaths-Irono Carman. '!!', Krancls; A. K. Davis, 3 years, lias North ieventcenth; M. M. Hawkins. 71 years, llll North Twenty-ninth; Harriett "atha vay, 6S years, hospital; Stella, A. Kuhn, a years S17 North Tweiuy-tUlrdi Hon Marks, h years, I8, Nicholas; C. Mur phy, years. hospiUll Mattle Majors, tt Jeirs, hospital; UeraldYoder. McClene. than? 2 years. 1 North Twenty-ninth. " " MARK1AUU L1CBN8HS. l'crmits to Wed haVo been granted tho iollowlnc couples! Name and Address. Age. Harry Bherman Woodruff. Jr.. Omaha 21 Odette u, KCPlinser. umvw,, Italph . Madison. Omaha... vtniiia ci Miller. Hnrlatl. Ia. ItPiltlkm lfrlall HmlllH . ......... 41 U lUiaill w "( ' ' ' Mirmlo Feenan, Omaha an Timothy J. Dwyer. Omaha.. JO iusan M. Flanagan, Omaha 31 rhomas J. Halllcan. Moorland, la. M Kllsabeth M, Wllhelm, Moorland, la.... SS Frank Versockls. South Omaha. JJ BtnnlslftVa Klbartas. Bouth Omaha U MUII'DINU I'HRMlTS. ' A Koppenhauor. 2l North Forty-flfth avenue, frame, IJ.WO, and TKl Martha, frame, IJ.KW. and !7 Martha, frame, I&M0 J? Btanwood. 3712 North Forty third, fram... ll.5tM; K. A. Bowerwlne. Wl North Forty-secondt frame. U.QQQ. HELP WANTKI VKAIALE. Agrati and Mnlfavromeio. w 1 vt-p nslMlni1li-. Annlv at once. Phono D. 2115, jullus Orkln. 1510 Doug. las St .h . .1 . . Mm. I K.Htf nffnrji nil II 1 1 I'll r live proposition for lady solicitor. In- uiure 01 Mr. Davuuuu, w. ..v., business department MADAM You cap make ISJ.W per week introducing articles that every woman oeeda and buys; experience or capital unnecessary. Mary Short, &)1 Monon Building. Chicago. lluusekecpOra one Uotnrstlra. lOLVED-Tlio Uco will run a Servant aW Wantea'Ad FltEBuntll you Wi t 1 lesirea i-esuue. 1 i iiv w v. . ,7 tf Orashau South Omaha and Council muff Hrtng 'd to I'M Uee office or .iapnone -tyior -iv - TmM tprri?NT clrl for general houss- A vv..--- - , r . 1 1 Til llartiv. vnru: no waaniui.. - mum .naml Iwiuiawork. 4911 Far i.m St.. Dundee. Phono Harney 1046. a K'TlflvJlinH irlrl to assist With ....r..1 hnnuworli: tood .home. 1526 North Jvn hi. TT, . r. " . i'.l" .,7 In hntinAWork all OH a S5th Ave. Phone Harney 7043. aousewors.. kqw me . . . - "WANTED competent cook In family of !. references required. 411 B. mil St " WANTED Competent inn tor aeneiai oouework; three in family; wages 15, leiepnono uougias iw. i a- vth at. WANTED A competent cook; refer- rnces roiiuireu. juss fara avo, it. mix. EXPERIENCED girl for general house- work, good wages, no wosning; usrman or BAkernian preteTtd. w o. t MUrellnneoat. OOVERNM ENT Jobs open to. men. aorosn: big pay Write for list of post .ions now available. Franklin Institute, Dept. :u-J, itochester. r. YOUNQ woDen coming to Omaht at strnnaers are Invited to visit ths Young Women's Christian associttion building nt i,t. V-niy'a Ave. and 17tb 6L, wheie Ihpy will bs dlrecteti to suitable boarding places or otlierwli assisted. Look for vur uaveiers g4iue ui iue umcn aiuiioc HELP WANTED FEMALE. Jtl.crllnnroo.. AUTOMOUILE8. SIntorcrcles. WOMEN Get government Jobs; big E;?!i.wYrMoi.vii,ilSnofiit.,,Unn.i-fnrM BAnOAINB In all makes of ued motor ?v mISIk8, . r5klJn lnlltule- DeDl M cycles. Victor II. Itoos, "The Motorcycle J. ltochcstcr. N. Y. Man." CT03 Leavenworth St. IIEL1 WANTED MALE. ,ll?.$Ji?K&!?n'n, i SECOND-HAND MOTOnCYCLES AaenO, tfiilmnieu unci Snlleltuis. MICICEL'S NEDOAHtCA CYCLE CO, . 16TH AND HAIINEY. AGENTS WANTED. 111 I want every experienced newspaper IIUHINEBS CHANCES. solictor In Nebraska, Iowa and South mwoa miAnoco. Dakota to write me at onco for my latest WANTED Mustier who baa from II, two proposition. I have something mo good to i:A,n capital to Invest In u growing that the old tlmo ag-nts will all want retail business that now sells over W,9M It and I will bo glad to give It to them, per month. Una who dpes not smoko at I pcssonally guurunteo this to be the all, chew or drink. Could uso a ment best proposition ever given nowspaper cutter, grocer, baker, chemist, handy solicitors. Answer by mall only to Harry man or office man. For more Infornm- U. Clark, 331 Chamber of Coimnercu tlon call or wrlto Ualcony Office, 1020 P Uldc. Omaha. Neb. at., Lincoln. Neb. WANTED Ti io more reliable men to "TO OCT In or 'out of business, call on travel and solult. Apply at once, 706 QANQESTAD, 4O4 Ilco Dldg. Tel. D. 8477. Urandela theater bulldfng. WANTED -An Idea. Who can think 01 some slmplo thing to patent? Protect SALESMAN WANTED. your Ideas, they may bring you wealth. Write for "Needed Inventions" and "How; First-class salesman, single man to Uet Your Patent and Your Money." 1 llandolph & Co., Patent Attornoys, preforred; traveling. Washington. D. C. i International Slide Mfg. Co. Phono D. 7. Free Lance at any new, stand, 10c. , TO QUICKLY sell your business or real nyUl cstato write Kennebeck Co.. Omaha. lloonilnor llonaes fur SnlO. WANTED Hoy 17 or 18 yeors of age to run errands and make himself generally EIGHT nicely furnlsned rooms, full of useful around office; must be clcancut, permanent roomers. Money mukur. Down- fairly well educated and willing to learn; town. Cheiip rent, bargain at 1275. 712!$ salary 125 per month. Call ut Uee office H. 16th. First flat. and ask for X. Y. Z. r - - r-s-. v- c'"lcnl n" ur,loe- HUHINE8S PERSONALS. WANTED Hilling clerk who Is rapid itnrhcra. PakbmCoHth'andonems Udahy KIASSEIl'S barber shop HAN 42 i-ft,?!.r"?,l:r" Ht" nn" JoneB YEAHd IN OMAHA. 117 Furnam St. 1U Fuelurj unit 'I rnilen. cnalrs. lOo shave and neck sliuvli. WE CLObU ALL DAY SUNDAY. Drug .tore snaps; Jobs, knelst. Uee Hid. HAmcuT' utol Hensnaw lJarber shop. OE1 Into the most pro'Uublo bus.nesj .. ' ' of t&.-ny, tho auiomobllu luslness, und urn I'ounariM, become inUepoudent. Our large, well- equipped shops ofter tho opportunities ot Pqxton-Mltchell Co., 27th and Martha Sts. K'urmiitf thu business by actual expert- uhirniimntorZ ' ence oa ullfnront makus of curs, out uniroprooiors. terms utu moderate. Wrlto or call. Na ,,, , .... tlonul AUto irainmg association. at4 N. J. C. Iiwrencc, D. C. Z322 Howard. D. 8161 Mb M omnlia. Neb. Tel. Webster MIX w K.I'urvlance-.D. C.oa Pax. Ulk. u. Wfi. MEN WANTED Can quality In few Clilnn I'nliitliiir. week for positions wultlng. lcarn the Olilnn I alntinir. barber iruuo; everything In business ,.,.,. . .. ' " ' .. ... . taught .juichly, clieupiy, thoroughly; CHINA painting, outside firing done, moiiej eurnuu while learning; aiwuys Mrs. F. C. ilaynes, 152j S. Mix fct. D. suro of worn; b.B wages. Cull 1 at oncu Crl.nmcr,.B i)nre and HuiuUlen. or write. lolcr Uaroer Louche, llo a. ' "'' -7 DAVID COLE CItliAMERY COMPANY. HBLl-L- omaha Bininoviasin ttu.eaA Coal Dealers. ailnoelinnuuiiH. . HALED kindling. National Box Co.. 30th MEN with pdlcntublo Ideas write Kan- nna 1'acltlc. dolph & Co.. Wa.hlnutoiu D. C. BA COAI "Johnson's Special." C. YOUNU MEN, yoa- should liim tns q)U.UU S. JOHNSON, lbth and lxard. automobllo liusliieBs and learn .1 IHuHL """ ' . . ......L ' lCum moio inunoy than you. ovor did be- Cotumers. tore. We huve both a uuy und a night uuss, so you have no reuson tor dciuy. i.'ULL dress suits; party dresses for sale Como In. NOW. , or ront. Open evenings. John Fcldnmn, NEUHASKA AUTOMOU1LB bCHOOL N. 17th. Douglas 3128. 5 Dodge at. Hitorica masquerade costumes to hire PLABTKHElt (two contracts about jfo), al Tlieo ijleUon & Bons. 15H Howard St. nfcw work to good man, who is looking . ; .. .... tor homo and would Itko to get thts work Dnnclnir Auademlea. extra on down payment, ualanco vusy monthly. Address at once. M 154. Uee. Tango, social dances a specialty. D. SS07. demand, Parcel post. 175 and up monthly. Wrlto Immediately. American Institute dept. 10J. Kansas City, Mo. MEN, 18 to 35, wishing to bo railway .rr. I, tor tu for OOOK vf information to Y 3ttu, Uoe II1U1& UlCIKBl ! 7. ' - . .1 .1..!.. u-nntflll- llll? tin HA1L.WAX mull mand; parcel post. 75 and up monthly. Wrlto immediately. American Institute, Dept. iw. Kuiinun V-J'.'?!; a. DouglaB Medicine show; salary or r.er cent; state it you are registered. If Dr. is. u, uuiiiii WANTED SITUATIONS. Bundlu washing, and Ironing. H. 5846. vmiKin min attendlna lloyles colleu wains work for board. D. 1565. ' .nmit.inmii! uni.,i iiv vniinif man. aged 13. lnsldo or outsldo grocory store. can give reiorcHvcw. w. .... .... .... I. I.... 1... ,rrtl ! M 1 (1 r1 V 11 H WAIS THU-I-oniliuu. , ""11 ....... companion for elderly or Invalid lady. Address M 303. Ucp. . oretevatoroperatoVroTtl.'wiTliain Kraklno t keeper. xperiouvv - - Call Webster 7710. . O U r. u . lauy . "r".w.Man na. goo,l knowledge "if wnTraV office work! can give good references us to rh.ra'clff and ! ability. DojiKjssHfu. DAY work wanted. H. 6131 ANNOUNCE.MENT8. Gibson's Buffet Si! South 15th St "p. B. Orlftltb. wig mfrTu Frenser Iilk. "SvTTance at any newstand for 10c. Francis Potter. 1 Ulbion mandolins, guitars. R.MJli. iVth! Dougv. 3b oV 'teoi: - . ..nt - ....nraf aitrvice. STr"' ' ";....... iifi..riiwwn iiiNCI from IIHODEQ AAHD'8ATthe sfoN ot the CHOWN, up tho uuluiim oAiii and Dougias. 4008 Leavenworth, successor to Marshal Cement Stone -'o., jtarnwy w 1X000 FOP. INVALIDS. 1 .. ... ,1, A T bHI.b Tin m m Jmir. Lnat, 11.50, or Saturday lavening x-oai. ii.oo, ir Country Qentleman, 11.50, contributes from DO CCniS IO i wwonn u. muu u ima nM . V. n inw.lMi ll-nslnn Ann. Must luivo 467 subscriptions In January. Your renewals count Mall or phone Douglas iiw, umana. UOltUOW. Xlir. Msustiina map. vt iDimnnllllTM y niin . ... ...li...lin In thu Vnlinip wnm.fi'i Christian Aaa'n will be appreciated. Wedding announcements. Doug. 1'tt. Co. KHEE A calendar ot art given with i -ry purchase. Meyer Klein. 523 N. IS St Piano tuning. U C. Haselton. Tel. 11.6177. REMOVAL Announcement J. C. Wood O Co., the old reliable cleaners and dyers, to 516 8. 16th St. Phone Doug. 1619. ATTRACTIONS Omaha film, exch., 14th and Doug. Mo tion picture machine and film bargain AUTOMOUILES. 1109 forfeit for any magneto ao can't re pair Coll reimlrlrig Baysdorfcr. 210 N. IS. WE make a specialty ot auto foredoor body building and painting. Highest quality work. Win. Prelffer Carriage Wks. D. GOZ, 26th Ave. and Leavenworth. Two-ton Kelly truck, nearly new; -ost 13.150: will sell theali or trada for cloar roi-city Ptlton s garage. z?ai Furnam. TUHPIN'S NEW DANCING ACADEMY, zstn uud l'arnum. Now anon for nrlvato lessons and rentals. Assemblies every Tuvs, eve. High sohool socials every Sat. cvo. Adult be ginners class Mon. ami 'i nure, liar. biu. Jawoll Simpson. Douglas Auditorium. Monday evening. Doug. 2421 or Web. 2401. Detect I rea. JAMES ALLAN. 313 Neville Ulk. Evi dence secured In all cases. Tyler 1136. OMAHA Sec. Serv. Dot. Agcy., bonded. Douglas 1319. 427-28 Poxlon block. DrrssniBklngr. Terry Dressmak'g college, SOth & Farnam. SEWINO by day; experienced. Ited 6398, Everythlnir for Women. Plumes mado over, cleaned, dyed, curled. uertna itruger, -J I'uxtou iiik. d. Ladles' tailoring, guar. 11. 3M1, 3iZ Cum'g. FlnrUts. A. DONAOHUK, 1C23 Har. D. 1001; A. l(X)i HESS & BWOllODA. 1415 Furnam St. U HENDEltSON. lOlil Karnain. D. 1258. PATH'S, florists, lloyd Theater Uldg. T Fura, FUIt repairing. II. Fenster. H10 N. 21th Nuraerlea unit tieeila. BTEWAHTB BEEDSMAN. 110 N. 16th l'lnmblnir. PLUM1I1NO and heaUng. FUehcr & Council, 131& William St Douglas 6737. Plumbing, boating. FAUN AM PLUMU- INU CO., bi07 N. 21tn. W. 7fc2S. W. 3001. Eve, Prlntlnir. DOUGLAS Printing Co. Tel. Doug. 614. WATEUS-UAUNHAItT I'U. Co., qual ity iwlntmg. Tel. Doug. 2190. C24 8. 13th. CENTRAL PRINTING CO., Doug. 3751. Patente. 11. A. Sturgea. 630 Urandela The, Bldg. D. O. Bamell. I'axton Blk. Tel. Red 7117. Sheet aletnl Works. CARTER Sheet Metal works. 110 & 10th. Skates, SKATES sharpened, 15c Mlckle, the Neurassa yycie v.o. Stores sua Office rtxtarca. Desks, safes, scales, showcases, shelv ing, etc. We buy. we sell. Omaha Fixture and Supply Co.. 414-16-18 S. ltth. D. 2724. Wines and Liquor. WILLOW Springs beers, liquors, cigars, fcandwtches. Alex Jetes. 201-3 a 13th St. Storra, Furnaces and Repairs. ) NBW furnacN. Marvel. Excelsior and uougias; itero scnooi room neaters; im press and Sultan steam and hot water pollers, thermostats, tank heaters and asbestos covering. OMAHA STOVE RE PAIR WORKS. 1206-8 Douglas. Tyler 20. Wlndoir Screens. GET your screens rewired at lowest prices. Hammer & Selander, 3110 S. 23d. Phone Tyler 1191. Trunks and Hultcaaes. FREL1NG & STUINLK. ISU Kainam St LIVE STIOCK Itliv SALE Hunch unit Vftaletea. NEW and seconr-nand wa.oiu for sat. t;th Ave, and Leavenworth St A. B. C of Omaha AAItON s Jewelry Gift Shop, 16th and Farnam Just shop around and then get our prices. BELL DKUO CO. Now location, 1316 Farnam. Everything new. Old phone DourIrr 2623. Come, call or wrlto. Itubber goods. FOR everyone using abdominal sup porters, the Il.-P., a new Idea, made to measure, most comfortable. Rolen Mfg. Co., 301-3 lloston Storo Uldg. D. 2537. KEIIH Abstract Co., 306 S. 17th St. Hotter be safe than sorry. Huvc Knrr do your title work. PHOTOOHAPHEIt. W. W. Scc-tt. Takes photographs anywhere, any time. 318 McCagu llldg., 15 Sc Dodge. D. 2605. VACUUM clrnneiH, every typo, sold. Sanitary Service Co., Tel. Douglas 2OT4. WE rent, repair, sell needles and pas for all sewing machines. Nebraska -Cyclo Co., "Mlokel's," 15th and ''ncjr Ol J. "LFOUglaS 16UZ. EDUCATIONAL. 'HE MID-WINTER TERM OF BOYLES COLLEGE OPENS MONDAY. Jan. fl. In both the day and night schools in Omaha and Council Bluffs. "i will absolutely guarantee a good position for every graduate of tho business and shorthand or telegraphy departments of either or my big schools. More than that, 1 will accuro a place for any young man or woman to work for his or her board whllo attending It such position Is desired. 11. n. UOYLES. keeping, stenography, stenoty.iy, tcle- b.un, vivit mivaq unu Puiesniunsnip. aiiv autiuRuo ,a reuuy. au, wnie or phono for It Hoy Ice College. IStli and THE VAN SANT SCHOOL STENOGRAPHY ONLY. DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL Patronized by the educated and experi enced. No solicitors. Telephonu or write lor catalogue Omaha. Neb. MONDAY, JANUARY 5, IS THE OPEN- lU IJAV OF THE WINTER TERM OF THE MOSHER-LAMPMAN COLLEGE. Uasurnassed claLses In all hualnesa and Engllsli branches, shorthand, stenotyoy and typewriting. Graduates are guaran tied good positions. Pluccs provided for young people to work tor board. For a now tree catalogue aaureas jviosner Lamnmun College. 1815 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb. A' WAV anun ai u u.owu.it. n .w... " limited scholarship In Boyles Business college. Omaha; good tor either short hand .or business course. Apply, at th office of Omaha Bee. nnt. l . t ... .11. i .iil im. LOST AND FOUND. OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET RAILWAY COMPANY. P.mnnn imvlnir lost soma article would do well to call up the office of the Omaha & Council Ululfa street uanway com pany to ascertain whether they left It la the street cars. Manv articles each day are turned In aiid tho company la anxious to restore them to tne rigntiui owner. v.au uoug ias 48. LOST A mink muff, Sunday night ,at or near the Empress theater. Liberal reward If returned to 1623 Harney St. LOST Gold pencil, Sunday, Hanscom park ice. Reward, can uea ua. LOST In Hrandols Storo Saturday a turquoise and pearl ring; IS reward for its return, box im, TcKaman, iseD. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY FURNISHED SALARIED PEOPLE and other upon their own names; rates cneap, easy payments. .Nor ton & to.. x uoaru or iraao jiuiiainsT, OlAojn diamonds. Gross Jewelry & -'---pan Co.. 410 No. icth. Red 60SI. MEDICAL Piles, Fistula Cured Dr. 11 R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and other rectal diseases without surgical operation. Curo guaranteed and no money puld until cured. Write for ibook on roctul diseases with testimonials.) DR. E. it TARRY. 240 Ilea Blug.. Oiaaho. Dr. Baker Medical Offices. DISEASES OF WOMEN. Consultutlc.il and examination free, 210 South 14th Street Omaha. Neb. OFFERED FOR RENT. Apartments and Flats. 1809 FARNAM t. rooms, completely mod ern; suitable location for offices, studio, denial or dressmaking rooms, etc., for tenants wishing homes adjoining. Had Ulst. Co.. 433 imrase. uougias iiuo. STRICTLY high grade steam heated apartment on vcst Farnam street, w1U janitor service, iteierences required. JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1803 FARNAM ST. 3122 CASS practically new flat, 7-room, ... .CI 11 ail mouern. iuimuu am .v. 3-R., ALL modern, with Janitor service; first floor. Lorraine A parts., 17th and Maple sts; aiongeaont wen. 3713. REDUCED FOR WINTER. 118. 6-rm. flat. 1203 N. 24th.. Cosy. D. 4512, Gordon Van Co. Moving, Packing, btorace. zi9 n. inn St.. or zio h. itiii st. Tel. d. at TWO 5-room flats, :545 Cap. Ave. D. 459. Apartainenta and Flnta. THE DOUGLAS ALMOST COMPLETED. Contains five rooms and sun parlor. making a 6-room apartment. The living room, dining room and main halls are finished In red oak. A craftsman colon ade opening separates the living room and dining room. All rooms are acces sible to each other through a central hall. Tho sun room will bo heated and can bo used as un extra bedroom. These apartments will bo strictly up to data. and as there are only a few of them you snouia inane arrangements to see them at once, these belnc about the onlv avail. able apartments in the city with a sun parlor or sleeping porch. Located at 26 th Ave and Douglas St. 'For further Infor mation can II. 1HM. Send for our complete Ifst. HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St Board ana Roopjs. THE IRVING See our rooms: finest n city: modern reasonable. 210: LeaveA- worth i. lose in ihiuk'lns .vii 11133 PARK AVE., room and board for ono or two young- men In very desirable nome; must no seen to bo appreciated. liarney bus. Unit In uud Apurtuieuts. DODGE HOTKL-Moderm roaronahtr. I OPFEKED FOn RENT. REAL ESTATE. I I'arnlabcd ltooraa. NICELY furnished rooms; new', remod eled flat: modern; reasonable. Ill 8. 17th. NICE large room for 2 or 3 gentlemen; every convenience possible. Doug. 2057. 2018 DAVENPOrtT. I or 1 nicely fur nished housekeeping rooms. I'nnilklieil IliiunekceiiliiR llooma. 3 ALL modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping; very convenient. For Partlculnrs call II. 2266. 5 FITIINIHHED or unfurnished; gas; bath. W. 5178. Ilunitra nml Cottascs. T-TTT?T TT7 Storage and Van H M JKI I J Y Co- OoodB BtoruJ, moved. packed, shipped. JCth and Jackson Sts. Doug. 1516. GlobeVan& Storage Storage 12 per month. Packing und shipping.'- 3-horso van with 2 men, 11.25 Per hour. Douglas 4333 or Douglas 373. rfniicna In all parts of the city. NEAT, desirable 6-room cottage: mod ern except furnace. C28 S. 13th Ave.; 323. uougias ran. 1613 HALL AVEL-7-r.. modern; 130. 5100 Underwood Ave.. Dundee: 8-r.: 160. THOS. F.-HALL, 433 Ramge Bldg. D. 7406. 2913 MASON: nice Urge brick for 2 lamiucs or roomers. II. 1550. FOR IlENT Two-Story frame dwelling. on Cass, near 26th; modern. Crelghton university. Douglas 2320. NOTHING like It. steam heat 4 or 6 or 7-room flats and houses 220 N. 23d. MAQQAItU VAN AND STOH.GE CO. nacka. moves, stores und shlpa household goods and pianos. Douglas 1496. .1 n Pnnil Exp. Co.. -furniture moving if. v, xi,i.u in. mn ii hnn, n ;ii: SPLENDID ulace corner ISth and Wirt No better neighborhood. First class and beautiful Fjno garage. Seo It W. 3917. 1151316 Pierce. City water, gas. D. 4512. A COMPLETE LIST of vacant houses. apartments and flats that urn for rent. This list la comDlled ilaJIv. You will ba lurnisned a list tree oi charge by calling uougias in j. umana van & storage uo.. M a 16th St. 6-R. CLOSE IN. WATER. OAS. 111G LOT. BARN. Paved, 1 Block to Cuming. O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO. 1016 Omuha Nat Doug. 2715. MODERN brick house, close In. Har. ney. 6504. 3412 Burt, 6-r., mod. ex, heat lis. 2531 Spencer, 6-r,, mod. ex. heat, 115. 3206 Maple, 4-r., city water, 38.60. 3S10 Camder. Ave., 6-r., well, 12.50. 333 Rovd, 7-r.. well. 114. 4010 Parker, 6-r., well. 10. 3723 Ohio, 7-r., well, 10. CREIGH SONS & COMPANY. 503 Uee Bldg. Douglas 200. Storva and Utflcea. DESK room. Mertz, 870 Brandels Bldg. STORE for rent. 19th and Leavenworth. Inquire at feed store. FOR RENT The office on ground floor of The Uee building occuDled bv tha Havens-Whlto Coal company. Frontago on Farnam St., and occupying about 1,500 square feet, wlth extra entrance on the court of the building. Large vault Fins office fixtures for sale. Apply N. P. feu. uee oitice. llll FARNAM ST., 3.000 square feet 1809ft Farnam St., 1,750 square feet, 1503 Farnam (In rear). nultnbU fnr shops; atcam heat; hot and cold water iurmsnea. xnos. tr, nail. 433 Ramge Uldg. Douglas 7406. 1607 DAVENPORT. 11x20. Harney. 6031. 1607 DAVENPORT. UxCO. Harney 5064. llara lor Rent. Tlarn. suitable for ten earn. 2226 Howard. OFFEUKD OR .HALE. Typewriters, .JIDHIIlUIO DW'U, IKIIICU) 1 L.UI1 V.tU" tral Typewriter Exchange. 307 3. 17th St Typvrriter. RENT Remingtons. Monarchs and Smith PrenMers of their makers. The Remington Typewriter Co. Telephone uougias 1824. Rental credited tt you purchase, and only very newest and highest grade machines sent out Rates, three months for IS for understroke machines, or 13 per month for latest model visible writers. TYPEWRITERS sold and rented every. where. L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Company, lSl'J narnam nt. umana. iseo. Mlacellaiieoaa. FOR SALE at a aiscount, a tun, un limited scholarship In Boyles Business college, Omaho-. good for either short- nana or ousineao uuuraw. svvy w office of Omaha Bee. SAFES Overstocked, second-hand, all maKes. J. J. uenum omc v-u., i.in r animu. FOR SALE New and second-hand carom and pocket billiard tables und bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix tures of all kinds; easy payments. The BrunawlcK-uaiKe-uoiienacr to., i'Ji-ivj a. 10th St 110 Uuys Best Coal for tha money; try Ifd.uo Web gli Harmon & Weeth PERSONAL Mrs. Brooks, Swedish massage. Doug. 8732. MAGNETIC Trt., 1K Vinton. D. SJ26. THE Salvation Army Industrial home Bollclts your old clothing, furniture, mag alines. We collect. Wo distribute. Phone Douglas 4133 and our wagon will call. Call and Inspect the new home, 1110-1112-1114 Dodge St YOl'Nu women coming iw .uiiiiu us 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 tho Union station. MASSAGE Miss Walton, room SI Ne vllle block, 16th & Harney. Phone D. 4297. AT A RS A OF, Swedish movement. 418 itlAOOAULl j,ee BldK Douglas 6372. 63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY. Bexten Pharmacy, 12th and Dodge. LJlJljU J-iA-t ltalrd Bldg Miss Burns. LAURA WILSON, bath. mass. D. 8731. MISS FISHER, mass., elec. treat D. 43S0. Turkish bath, mass. Davldge blk. D. 6895, Klec. mass., bath. 214 Ilalrd Bldg.. 17 A D. MAGNETIC Trt. 1S2S Vinton. D. tiJJU. MRS. BNYDER. Electric Trt. D. 43SJ. MASSAGE, ltd S. tlth St Mrs. Steele. REAL ESTATE. AUTRACTS OF TITLE. REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract It'iflce in Nebraska. W Brandels theater. CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. Turner Estate Property 211 South 32d St., just north of Farnam St. This house Is a very substantially hllllt R.rnnm. fnnriurn hnllR... The finish orf the first floor Is quarter-sawed white oak with heavy oak paneled doors. lrour good-slsed bedrooms ana Daxn un Via BMinnil flnnr On. tnnntlH and grate In living room and one In the south bed Fun cemented basement with brick partition walls. Good furnace. Lot 60x136 ft. Houses adjoining this property worth from 115,000 to 125,000. Price, 16,500. Immediate possession. Key at our office. George 8c Company Phono D. 756. 002 City Nat. Bank Bldg. FIELD CLUB BUNGALOW .. . Viall llvlnir room, dining room, finished In oak, kitchen, pantry, 2 bedrooms, bath, linen bRsement, modern In every respect, ex. terlor of Colorado red sand trimmed with - a a. 1. A. tl KlnUVS In ncarora stone, i pck iu uu, m"i. school. Price, 14.000; liberal terms. BEMIS-CARLBEKtt UU., S10-312 Brandels Theater Bldg. Two good Omaha lots valued at 1500 each to exchange for equities In Omaha residence property. H. H. HARPER, 1013-14 City Nat Bank Bldr. Phone Douglas 2596, Investigate 2030 Spring St; 11 room house, gaa and water; good condition; $350 cash down, balance monthly, same as rent Web.796. JOHN W. KUMUina. izv iwu...' w, f , , T t.' Alt mnilnrn S.mnm linllSe. 2Jl OAUUlH w v. l . --. built and occupied by owner; no reason able cash offer will be refused; no en cumbrance. 3324 N. 20th St. Web. 3443. 160 CAS1I first payment, 2505 Pierce St., 8-room, good chlckon house; lot S3xlSS. Phone D. 3607. HHATi ESTATE. FAUBt RANCH LANDS FOR SALR. Canada. . .n M I 1 I.' A an an 1 fii9 m )n the famous Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada, district, in h'b vatlon Good buildings, horse and cattle v.Bli??I Imnl.m.nt sheds. 2 houses etc.; 7 miles fencing, telephones. Heavy clay loam with clay subsoil. Sev eral thousand trees planted, up to 30 feet; VA i mlea from railroad at Tuxford. flour ishing village; 4 elevators; 16 miles from isnillb 41 n ,,(.,. nn 11 It f- Mnose jaw. uim im.o .w..w ?'? ..i.r. .1; gh,h. flwner retlrlna 1010 lane. .,,tnra. Box 861 Uy..laT"'5askatchewan: Canada. Kansas. . . . r, nUi.,1 ..nflntv. lmDfOVftd alfalfa0 quarter; Price." T 2M; Wms. S.'An.'it: mi t.-.nt sixth street Kansas UWIICIl wv. " city. mo. Minnesota. . . nr II o Hftnnaann. lis 1W lnllea from a good railroad town: part under cultivation, balance meadow Snd nasturo land: good soil good eight room house, worth 13.000; barn, granary, corn cribs, cattle sheds, machine sheds, etc" m cows, 20 head of steers and heif ers', three horses, hogs, chickens, com nlete sot of farm machinery, buggies. waaons. rieds. W tons of hay. 1.200 bas ket! of corn. 150 bushels mixed grain. J1.0.18. ?L-7. J,.r. tn fact everything on the'fann goeT cept the furniture; price 12.000:Bonevha ca 1028 Plymouth Bldg. Minneapolis. Minn. ' Miscellaneous ctv-Kn for list of special bargains of Imnrovcd farms, T prairie and timber lands r Mnnesota and Wisconsin. Fred Mohl. 511 CapUal Bank Bldg.. St. TaUl. Minn. REAL ESTATE LOANS. ' .M . ,inmi mnrli. nromPtly. F. D, Wead. Wea'd Bldg.. 13th and Farnam. pity LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co., 6fe 'O 310.11 Hrandels Theater building. WANTED City loans, Peters Trust Co. gvin BBOSemAnit MONEY on hand at lowest rates for loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city property In any amounts. 11. W. BINDER, City National Bank Bldg. FIVE per cent farm loans; optional payments. Wm. McCormlck. 1201 Farnam. CITY and farm loans. Lowest rates. No delay. J. II. Dumnnt & Co., 1603 Far ntm St , Omaha. WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St CITY property. Large loans a specialty. W. II. Thomas. 22 State Bans; Bldg. OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.. 1C10 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2711 LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros. HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nat WANTED TO DPT RACHMAN will treat you right: beat prices for furn.. clothes, shoes. W. 8146. HIGHEST prices paid for men's cast off clothes and shoes. Doug, 017 LIVE STOCK MARKET' or WEST 8hlP live stock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion. Live Stuck Commission Merchants MAnTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg. LEGAL NOTICES. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice Is hereby given to the stock, holders of Lec-Qlass-Andrcesen Hard ware company that the annual mettlng of the stockholders ot the company will be held at the offices of said com pany, corner of Ninth and Harney streets, in the city of Ommia, in the state of Nebraska, on Tueday, Jauuury IS. A. D-. 19H. at o'clock p m.. for the purpose of electing a board or directors for the company to serve during the en suing year, und to transact such other business as may be presented at such meeting. H. J. LEE. President J. CLARKE COIT, Secretary PlS-d30t LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE. Tho annual meeting of the stockholders of The Bee Building company will bo held at the office of that company in The Bee building at 4 o'clock p. m. on Tues day. January 20th, 1914, for the election of a board of directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction ot such other business as may properly come be fore tho meeting. By order of tne iresiaeni. N. P. FEEL, Secretary. Omaha. Neb., Dec. 29. 1933. d-30toJ20 RAILWAY TIME CARD. UNION STATION Tenth Jb Mason. Chicago, Iloclc Island Jb Pacific EAST. Rocky Mountain Limits! ...a i:tt aa all:K pm Chlcasa Local PasMnger ....bl0:M am bl0;U pm Chlcaco Oar Ki press a 6:W am a 4:4S ya Cblctgo Nit" Expres a 4:10 pm a 1:11 pm Des Moines Local PaM......a 4:7 pm aUtU am CHIcto-NU Umltcd jl 4:01 ma a l.w i WKBT. Colorado A California Ex... jl 1:26 pn a t:N pa Okla. & Tcxaa Expreu ....a 4100 pm all; am Bockr Mountain Llmlt4..aU:17 pn aJ:t7aa Union Pacific Depirt Antra. Orerland Llmlus ..a l:M am a l: pa California Mall a 4:M pn a 3 MS am Omataa Exprtaa aC:Hpn Atlanta Expreu a :M am Los Angeles Limited all:tlam a :4 pm Dtater Sp.Ul ....a 7:SS am a iM am Colorado Exprtia .....a 4:i0 pm a 4:0 pm Colorado Bpeclal all:0.am a 1:04 in Ban Franclioo Limited ....al0:M am Paclfla Limited .al:lo am a 7:U pn Ongon-Waahlnxtoa Limit!.. alOJO am a 1:18 pm North Platte Local .a ttl! am a 4M pn Orand Island Local., a &U0 pm al:M am Btromtburc Local blt:41 pm b 1:20 pa MUionrl Pacific K. C A St L. Eip- a 1:00 am a 7:15 an K. C. & St L. Exp alliis pm a.tJO pm K. C & St. Paul all:M am i pm Chlcnfao Great Western Tnln Cltr Limited jl 8:30 pra a tilO arv Twin Cltr Express a : am a 1:00 pm CI lea go Express a 1:15 pm a t:(l pi Chicago, SIlliTankee St St. 'Pant Pacltlo Limited a 7:60 pm U:ll aa Chicago Special a f.to pa 7:2 aa. San FranclKO Limited ......a l:(0,am Siti pm Chicago Daylight Special ....a 7:10 am lt:ts pra Manilla Local ....a 6:00 pm 11:61 am Illinois Central Chicago Limited a kH pm a 1:20 am Chicago Express a cM am a 1:10 pn Wabash ' Omaba-St Loul. Exp a :J0 pm a till an Mali aad Express a 7:02 am all:ll pa Stanberry Local from C. B...b 5:00 pm blO;lS am ChicaRO Jk. Northweatern I NDRT1IDOCNO. IwJ.n. a& '! am alOilo pn PkoU Paasenger b7:45 am a f.U am SJoux City Local a S:25 pm a J::i,pm Minneapolis Express 11:11 pm allilo am "fotV.EU,VT"".. v 'M "n Twin Cltr Limited l:0S pm a 7:J1 an EASTBOUND. Denrer Special a JUS am a 7:20 am Carroll Local a iiov r a :00 pm Hawkero Express a 7:. fcm all:6 pm CblMgo Local ..aU:30 pm a 1:1$ ya Carroll Local a 4!J0 pm ,al0:00 am Chicago Special ........... ..a':M pnv a 7:zv-sm San liranclsco Umlted a 3es un al0:15 am Orerland Limited a S:0ir pm a 7:50 am Oregon-Waihlngtoa LIm. ...,a 0:10 pm alO:J6 km Loa Angsles Limited a :SS pm all:10 am WESTBOUND. Chadron Local v. a'l:tO am Llncoln-Dallaa a J:M am a t:z0 pm Lincoln-Long rine a 2:U pm al0:is cm lUatlngs-Superlor b z:U pm b 5:20 bra Deed-Hot Springs a S:K pm a S:20.dih Cssptr-Lander a 3:K pm all:oo am Alblon-Oakdsla b 6:30 pm b 1: S5 BURLINGTON STATION Tenth and Mason. Burlington- Denier Limited Chicago-Omaha Dearer and California. u.. Depart . .a S:o am i. .a 4:10 pm ...a 4:10 pm ...a t:so am ...a 4:10 pm ..b 1:10 pm ... lltxS pm ...a 1:15 am ,..a 7:2Spm ...b 3:03 pm ... S:ll am ...sl2:30 pm ...a 7:15 am ...a 7:15 am ...all:33 pm ...a 3:45 pm ...a 6:30 pm i..b 3:35 pm ...a 4:30 pm ,..a!0:4l pm ...a 1:15 am ,..a 8:30 pm Sunday, Arrlra. a 7:oo am a 1:30 am a, 3:30 pm a 3:30 pm a lno pm a 3.30 pm a 3:30 pr' a 7:00 am a 1:10 pm a 1:00 am bll:20 sm a 1:50 am a 3:40 pm a!l:20 pm alt:J0 pm a 3:55 pnT a 3:00 am bll:00 am all:5 am a (:(0 am a :10 pm s 7:50 pm Puget Sound Express....... Ntbraika l'olnta Uiack Hills , Lincoln Mall Northwest Expraaa Nebraika Express Lincoln Looeal Uchurler-Platumouta .... Plattsmouth-Iowa Bellevue-l'Iattimouth Chicago Speclil ., Chicago Special Denver Special Chicago Express Chicago Past Express , Creaton ijocai , U. U & K. C. Special ... K. C. a St. Joseph K. C. ft St Joseph Lincoln-VUttimouth (a) Dallr. Q-) Dallr ex. WEBSTER STREET STATION Fif teenth .and Webster. Missouri Pacific Falls Cltr Passenger , Local .Freight Chicago, St. Paul, Omaha Twin Cltr Pauenger Sioux Cltr Express Sioux Cltr Pauenger .... Emerson Local Depart Arrive. ..b 1:45 pm M0:43 am ...b :U sm b 4:30 pm Minneapolis a Depart Arrive. ..b t:zs am a 1:33 pm ..b 3:35 pm bll:(5 sm ...e 3:33 am ..b 4:00 pm b 3:10 ami Culls from the Wire - .CaJeb?'. MoNaby was elected president of the Chicago Board of Trade yesterday. juomer- Jones last night had com pleted arrangements to leave for Trini dad, whence she was deported Sunday by military authorities. ' James M. Lynch, recently appointed ,Nf.w aY?1 Bate commissioner of labor, left Albany last night for Indianapolis, to sever his. connection with the Interna tional Typographical union as Its presi dent. As residuary legatee under Miss Elira Andrews' will, which was probated In Baltimore. Cardinal Gibbons, may re ceive between 1200,000 and 1300.000. The cardinal said the money would be used for Catholic education work. The United States supreme court yes terday reversed a decision of the federal c?.?rt.8 '.1 New York "hlch was unfavor able to the government In its case against J. B. Regan, a New York hotel man lahbT?aw,:'th V,,aUOn 0t th contract . h,,.1. M'"H?' a highway contractor testified, at the resumption of District Attorney Charles S. Whitman's "John Dde" Inquiry at New York veaterdav that when he was employed in the statu engineer department for three JearS part of his salary woa held back arid he assumed It was for campaign contrlbu! tion purposes. u Headache tablets labeled as contoin ng acelphenetldln. but not stating thkt the ingredient Is a derivative of ocetan lllde are mlsbranded, within the meaning of the pure food law. The supreme court yesterday held the Intention of confess to ward consumers against certain drugs was not met without designating sub stances derivative of such drugs. For five years at least the Western Fuel company of San Francisco , S Played Santa Claus for emri..yea of thl Pacific Mall Steamship tympany b? 'naking donations of coal or cash This evidence was adduced vmi... dy Si l.he .""JPtlon of the trial of the Western Fuel company, eight of whose officers and employes are chareed I" fL Indictments with having de frauded the government by conspiring to fiortedW'"1 f CU8tm8 dUUe on ,m"