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16 A. LANSING HAS HOPE OF AVOIDING WAR Secretary of State Asserts it Is Endeavor of Government to Remain at Peace. TIME OF ANXIETY FOE ALL Washington , Feb. 10. Secretary Lansing, speaking at a banquet of Amhurst alumni here tonight, said that although the United States un deniably was near the verge of war, "there always is the hope that our country may be spared the terrible . calamity-of being forced into the con flict. "It is a time," he said, "of anxiety for us all, a time of heavy responsi bility for some of us. We are looking forward into the uncertainties of the future and we are striving to read what it holds in store for us and for our country. We can hardly close our eyes to the fact that we are standing near to the verge of the war which has for two and a half years wasted the .great empires of Europe and brought untold woes to mankind. Purpose it Peace. "Ominous though the situation may seem, there always is the hope that our country may be spared the terri ble calamity of being forced into the conflict. It is now as it has been from the beginning the wish and endeavor of this government to remain at peace with all the world if it can do so with honor. "I cannot discuss here the supreme subject of American thought today, either to review the past or to prophesy for the future. It is not a time to speak, it is time to think, to think earnestly and deliberately. It is a time for coolness and self-restraint, rather than for surrender to the natural impulses which are aroused by great events affecting the national honor, the national duty and the na tional welfare of our country. Says Nation Can Trust Chief. "I can only say this, that with the same patience, the same forbearance, the same deliberation and care with which he has met the previous diffi culties in our foreign affairs, the presi dent will meet the present crisis. The nation can trust him to act justly and honorably and fearlessly' whatever may be before us. In his hands the destiny of the United States is sure; the national honor is safe." Union Man Umpire 1 Can't See the Idea Of Players' Strike Efforts of the Base Ball Players' fraternity to burst into the ranks of organised labor are tll-advtsed, in the opinion of William J. Byron, who holds down an umpiring job tn the National league, who thinks he is in i a position to be exceptionally well ' posted on this matter, for be knows the players' angle and he it a staunch union man. As a member of the steamfitters' craft, he works all win ter, laying down fhe old pipe wrench iust in time to resort to President Tencr each spring. He has a full un ion card and nobody is any more loyal to the principles of organized toil. , 1 "The main trouble with admitting the Olivers fraternity to the ttaen- tion of Labor," says William, "is that base ball isn't labor at all. There is absolutely nothing in common be tween dashing over the greensward for a couple of hours every afternoon and putting in eight hours wrestling pipes or running a lathe. "The services of a ball player to his club cannot be measured in terms of anything that union labor reeog nixes. When the leaders of the fed eration came to discuss the minimum wage question with the magnates. they would be completed at sea, for they would be up against a new sort of game entirely. You couldn't fix an hourly wage, nor a daily wage and the unions probably wouldn't want to out up a light to give the athletes a bigger yearly remuneration than is earned by the highest paid of the skilled trades. It wouldn t teem con sistent with our policiet to do so, "Ball players, at a rule, are very well off. There are undoubtedly some individual cases in which they get the worst of it, but and ideal condi tion cannot be expected in any line of work, nor can it be brought about by force or by any other method that has been discovered. Scouting Umpire Discovers "Find" On Two Occasions George Van Haltren was catling them behind the bat in a game at at Mary's college on a recent Sunday, says Billy fitz ot uakland. .' I tit vet eran was amazed at the wy in which the pitcher of the Oakland Native Sons team was curving the ball over the plate. Fast ones, slow onet, sharp curves and a baffling change of pace stood the St. Marys boys on their heads. The youngster out there m the cen ter ot the diamond was as cool as veteran, and working with amazing orecision and head work. Van Haltren believed he had made a "find," and approached the kid after the game with the idea of learning his name and trying to sign him up- for his old tnend Mcuraw. "My name's Kramer," said the vounffftter. "'Wi' Kramer. theV call me. You got me with the Giants once. Van Heltren understood the mys tery then, for be remembered that this was the buck who was grabbed out of the Oakland Polytechnic High school by Harry Wolverton and kept with the Sacramento coasters until they blew up, when he drifted to the northwest and was then hooked by McOraw on Van Haltren a recom mendation. In the east Kramer's health failed and the Giants sent him to the Inter national leaarue. later offering him the Oaks. At the time Oakland had all the pitchers it could use, so it passed the boy up, and he then pro cured his release from New York and came home. Now Kramer seems to have recovered his health and to be again electrifying the bush umpires. Persistent Advertising la the Road to Success. .. .. . .. Want -Ad Rates NO AO TAKEN FOB LB THAU A TOTAL Of Me OR MW THAW lSe PK WAV. CASH WTTH ORDR. u-1 cl.j ,u. Tantavl. lc par word each Inaartlon If rarmarrapnea or nmpier - Hb, par , t r mora mtru Ijaaruoo. (Const all word to lha Una.) TTCATTOKS WAKTTI). Waaklr rata "" CARDS OF THANKS, PKATHB AND i par Una ' Inaartloo (Count al Mrtl 10 too Una.) (Minimum chars a, 14 eauta.) MONTHLY HATH FOR gTANDrNO ADS. (No ehansa of copy anewe. Ona Una '.'- Two liaae or mora p"' - ICCUnt ft TTOTOa IO --, ALT. PORKION ADVBRTlBmu HELP WANTED OWU - . ona uma Ho par word! 'two or mora eonaacotl. In- aarllo-a. mot. mmuvkflnK RATH On Iml. rooltrr mmi OU A''T??'' THK OMAHA BSE (vr 44,404 MTH CKNTUBT FARMER. (oar 11I.4W waoKIT). . oombtnat etrralatlon wlf- wilt raacB both tha olty ana rural rldnt. Special Raff. Kataa. Rata. Inaartlona In Omaha Baa and Inaortlan In ttlh Can. Farmar, par Una Inaartlon, In Ona Baa an Inaartlon In IMk Can, Farmar, par word M Inaartlona In Oman Baa and Inaartlon In Stk Can. Farmar, par Una Inaartlona m Omaha Baa and 41c 7Se Inaartlon In llth Can. Farmar, par word lie (Caatraot rataa on application.) THB BKB will not Da moponalbla for mora than ono Inoorract Inaartlon 01 an u.-.-i.am.i.1 far mora than ona Uma. ADVKRTISKRS ahonld ralaln racatpla 1a br Tha Baa In payment ror want -.oa, m ml.t.b. n ha ractlBad without them. tJSB THK TRLICPHONH If yon cannot con veniently brins or aend in yonr a... far a Want Ad Taker, and yon wtll ro oelve the name good eerrlra aa whan de livering yonr ad at the office. WANT AD COLUMNS CLOSBl BVBNTNO EDITIONS MORN-NO EDITIONS !: P. Si. DEATHS FUNERAL NOTICES. MUNDRLIN Mra, O. F., 4a, a roalfltnt or rm.h. for thlrtr yaara. a an at a o oioca Friday nlzht after -an niooaa 01 urea. weakn. . Tha funeral will be new rrora onr resi dence. Flftletk and Nabraaka avenue, Tneaday. 1:10 p. tn. Mra. Mundelln la ar rived by her hue bend and fire eona, O. w., Richard and uerman, an 01 umana, end B. H. and If. A., Portland, Ore. and two dauihtara, Mlaiea Koala ana mane. Interment will be made at Fereat Lawn cemetery. WOODMAN James A., February S, lm, umI Ta .ra. Funeral Borneo, will oa naia rrom w rraldeaca of hla eon, Artnnr n. woooman, 9"X Canltal avenue. Sunday. February 11, l o'clock, interment roraat w oemetery. nimriNnien: Rlnlr. died Saturday, Feb ruary 10. aa"f 11 yeara. n.io.n. - Omaha tblrly-aeven yean. Fath.r of Mra. H. F. L. Bckerman, Funeral Botlea later. CARD OF THANKS. WB THANK our friends for their kind or preaalona of aympathy aurlnc our room bereavement in tne aenm ox boiw a. Schroeder. MR. AND MTtS. P. C SCHROBDtm AND FA.MILT AND NBI.L C MURPHf. LEqAL NOTICES "TeiMOLDRRer MRKTINO. The annual meeting of the toekholden ' Ttio Baa Publtahing Comnanr will be held at tha Offloa of aald oompaoy, Omaha, Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. m., on Monday, March Ota, lSiT, xor tne aiecxipn pi me Board of Directors for the ensuing year and for tho transaction or such other busi- less as may property oomo mora un neoi- taf- By oraer or wo i rwiufaii. N. FEIU wr(4l Notice Is hereby given that the regular annual meeting ot the stockholders of the South Flatto Land company win oe neia at tho office of saHd Company, Room T01, Vint National Bank Building. Lincoln. Ne braska, at 11 o'clock a. nv. ea tho Seventh day or Marcn a. Uaoom, aneoraaaa, snare a ea, im. a H. MORRILL, Preeldont '. W. TURNER, Sooretary and Troaeurer. nHT-FOdSOt REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Marr B. Sor-r an4 aaa ta A. H. wa, aont-aaal eoniar nnau aTaaoa and Spring straat, 4Sxll4.. Saulb Omaha Land eompanr to At- aian-ar Bawlrkl. TBinr-nno nnn, a, r..t anuth at atraaL Mat alda. SOll It m Alraandar SawlaU and wlfa ta Patar Stank. win. and wlfa, TUlrtr-nnn atraat. SI faat aeath al atraat. ItillO tT( Anton Svakada and wlfa ta Xaral iAnaha and arlfa, aouthwaat pornar Thlrtr-foorth and B atraata, 11U 110! aottthaaat aaraar Tlrr-tUUI and atraat, tiilSO MM Bmmat -. Bnunbaash to Bdward F. Wllllama. Brown, atraat, !. raat aaat af TklrUath atraaL aouth alda. loxlil TH Scott HIU oompaar la Hatan I. Wrath at al. Thlrtf-aaooaa avan-a, 1SS faat oauth of Jac-aoa atraat, aaat aala. 40HI0 John r. riaek and wlta ta H. C. Darta, rortv-faurth atraaL It raat aouth 01 Rnialaa atraaL aaat alda, 10-110... 4 'kranoa K. Ml-tor and haabaad ts Ar thur H. RlnswalL oraea atraat. ii faat aaat ot Twanty-thlrd atraat, north alda, Ihltl Nalla B. Travar to Mlnala Klnkanan at aL Wirt atraaL 411.44 raat aaat at Tb.lrtl.th JU-a-L aouth alda, 44a 111 4 Ahe-andar Back and wlf. to Blmar 3. BarL aouthwaat cornar Twanty-nith and Woolwortk .Taonaa. 44stST. dlTldad 4a SLpnund Ama-aan and wlfa to Jo- aaph EL -Utlar at ax, Twaniy-nutn atraaL 111 faat aorta at rareanl atraaL aaat aula. 40x114 1,1 Oasrsu A. Manor and wlfa to Mary Bran, Thlrty-tnira atraai, iit raat aorta .1 Grand mw aaat alda, 40x lis 441 Jahn Happa to Hanry C. Otoon. narth- waat eomar Thirrr-aacoM ana -oror atraaU. 11.1140 S.IM Llllla Caok and huaband to Vara B. Darla, ThlrtT-nrat atraaL JM root aouth af Popplatoa UTanua, waat , alda. 10-144 I Omaha. Raal Batata -ampanr to Bar. lay O. Moorhaad. Charlao atraaL faat aaat of Porty-aaTanth atraaL north alda, 40x140 1 South Omaha Land company to AL. : frad C. Kannady, oauthwaat oornnr Thlrt7-al.hth and B atraata, HQs x SI I; aouthaaat oornar Thlrty-nlnUi and B atraata. 114-114 1,111 Sooth Omaha Land company to Bona 1 Ltrtnsaton, narthaaat oornar Thlr ty-ulnth and B atraata, 1I4.IS114.. Ill Willi. Raalty company to D. V. Sholeo eompany. Victor avanua. III faat waat of 8-rtaaath atraaL aouth alda, 44H1.7 1 John T. Xctchnor and wlta to Honry Fartlr. Mapla atraaL 41 fat waat of Thlrty-alshUl atraaL north alda, 44H14 171 Mattla M. Maekay and ho. band to Thomas Plynn. Thlrty-althth atraaL . 144 faat north of Spalding, waat alda. . IOiU4 ITS Loula B. Blwood and wlfa to Blancha 1. Blwaod, Jaahaan atraaL 44 faat waat of ThlrU.th atraaL aautk alda, Ilil Mlehaal U Clark, aharlft. to Omaha Loan aaooalaUon. Fuurtaaath atraaL 111 faat north of Phals. atraaL aaat alda, 4i:l4 LIU Ma V. Joato to Bmma U. Btavona, Capital ayanoa, 104 faat want at rittr-nrat atraaL north aMa, Hi 111 4.104 f. H. Btoyar and wlfa to Pator Shaw, Purty-aaranUl ayanua, 1M faat aarth of Cum las atraaL want alda, 44 14 THE OMAHA FLORISTS. BEST QUALITY CUT FLOWERS OT plan (a Art combination! shipped every wbers. Excellent eervl- tn our custom era In put years recommends. HESS A H WO BO DA, 1416 Farnam St Doug. J ML Fon,.n.n. LEE L. LARMON 1114 PPOglM 8t, LOUTl LAROBBT aMartmnrtt of fresh flown. U HENDERSON, 1519 FA K NAM- PARKER Flower hop, 411 8. 14th. P. 1101. A. DONAOHUE. 1:2 Hmr Dou. 1001. BAT rt. National 1 rin4 rrimrn t. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. HULSB RIEPEN, onderUkim and ra- DUFFT JOHNSTON, em b I men nd Tu- niral dlrortora. 717 n. 18tn Bt. Tyir l7f. FRATERNAL ORDERS. CROUNSB HAIiL. Oppoelta postoffle. New htl for lodge meetings snd dances. Ktreilent floor. TOUNO ds DOHKflTT. MS Rrandels Theater Rldg. lug. 171. BIRTHS AND DEATHS. IllrthiWiiiiiun T. and Nan Urtza, 33X1 fVtuth BflventMbRth. Kirl: John P. and Ireno Hrtndfirvon. 1040 Rnuth Thirteenth, (trl; Asa and Beiwie Tadler, 3811 Miami, bor; Jotwph and Henrietta Kotola, 1000 Hward, rlri ; Karl and M-ty raii, -8J North Thirty-ninth, a-trl: Burton J. and Eva M. No! land. 717 North Twenty-alghth afenne. ho: Frank F. aatl Kiiia vtmrnon. Mi North Twentj-flfth aTenni. lrl; Joawrph F. and Jeanette C. Murphy. 4363 Wirt, boy. Deatne J. X. Annerawn, 1, mwuiuw. Mart Pakei, 77, 410 North Thlrty-flrat; J. JorenaVia, . noapili; W-ner rr-aninij, M. hospital; John A. FUr. 40. 4004 Har ney ; Helma A. Dnyle. 41. 3320 Parker; KdwaM Hurley, II, 12t Booth Thirty -ninth a vn oe, , . .,, MARRIAGE JJCENSES. The foilowiof 'marrfa lknjea ba botn tMDOd: Nam an Afliroaa. Joaopb PnjWft, Omaha " Marie VltoH, Oman Walter Allen, Omaha . , , Margaret Paekar, Omaha . OMae Chlorton. Omaha . . , Hoaan Popo, Omaha. Chart Gal lap, Periia, lm., TAara liopea, Omaha BUILDING PERMITS. F. W. Hendricksoo, 4234 Mayberry, frame dweMTng. 11,500, LOST-FOUND-REWARDS IF you loas anything and will advsrllas U her yon will iureiy recorer it u iuun by an honeat per eon. Remarkable reeov erlna are broasht about every day through rhtti Mlnmn THE HONKHT WAT, If yw And omthlnf of value, or keepeake of value oniy io the owner, ta to tnaert a email ad. The owner of the article In moat caiea la wlll- Ing to refund the r.oet of advertlalng. OMAHA -TCdUNriL BLUFFB BTRKBT RAIL WAT COMPANY. Peraona having loet eome artlrlo won Id do well to call up t of! lee of the Omaha fc Coanell Blaffe Street Railway company to ascertain whether they left It Id the treat car. Many article each day er turned In and tho company ta enxjoua to reatore them to tho rightful owners. Call Tyler 100. LOfiT Small gold brooch wreath set wttb pearls. Finder please telephone wensier OIL Reasonable reward. LOFT Between I'arloy hotel and 12th and Famam or Harney, one platinum flin tier ring set with diamonds and emerald; one gold dlaomod solltars ring; ooo plati num lavalltore with two diamonds sot In onyx; wrapped together In tissue paper. Liberal reward. Phono Miss Reynolds, Douglas 412, or Harley Hotel evenings and Sunday. . THE GREATEST OAIN 61,730 In paid want ads over made by any Omaha paper, Is the record of TUB OMAHA BEE for 1011. BEST RESULTS LOWBST RATE LOST On Clifton bill, black bag containing purse and card case, rinaer please re turn to owner. School for Deaf, Omaha. FOUND Soda Fountain, GREEN'S PHARMACY, 10th and Howard. LOST Large Airedale dog, December IX. Wore tan collar. Reward, couax SILVER brlndlo hull terrier; welirhe from 30 to 20 jba.; rewardHarawy azir. LOPT Red horn cow, tn North Oma Wednesday. Phone uoiiax iuu. FOR SALE MucelUneou Furniture and Household Goods. BCONOHT 8 ALB By purchasing your fur niture whore your money goes uie xaxui est. Onr goods are rare bargains at tho prices wo quote. Don't taks our word, all we ask ts that you come and see. The STATE FURNITVRHI CO. 14th and Dodgs 8ts. Douglas 1317. THB ORRATFWT GAIN 51,731 In paid want ads aver made by any Omaha paper. Is the record of THK OMAHA BKK for llll. BK8T RKSOLT8 LOWEST RATE. HON BY -RAISING SALS. $l,M0 stock of furniture, ruga, linoleum, all kinds of bedding, complete lias of house furnishings. 1I31MI47 N. 34th. Tot Web. 1197. Open T:I6 a. m. till 11 p. m. SQS MADE FROM CARPETS. Writ, for llluatruted foldar of nn, mnda from earnnta. Fralcht paid. Lin coln Rug F-etory, Ltncaln, Nab. TWO book dank, drawer aacUon, Oloba- Warnacka mlaalon ooo , uiaaaooca baby walkar, larga brown road go-cart. Won. 4141. STOVES, ALL KINDS! Baa ua 4raf Prlcaa rlahL City Furnltura C- 147 14th. Loyal Furnltura Co. Ill N. llth BL DININtl tabla and 4 ohalra, Danayatto anlta. ruga, walnut hadroom anlta, hraaa bad. plana plarar, bargal-a. llll -rmna. PUHnb aak dreaarr and rooking chair, vary chaap. Call Harney . AM laarlng city, aoma furnltura for aula. Walnut llll. MAHOtlANT antiqua buffaL 140 yaara eld. Boa 171, Boa. 1300 HAlioOANT piano; leaving city: flrat claaa coodltlon. 1134 caah. 1344 B. 14th. Pianos and Moskal Instrnmetits. PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE ON APOLLO AND HOi. , PLAYER PIANOS. Wagnor (mahag-tu) lilt Arlon (oak) 414 Oroaa (walnut) US! Steinberg Co. (oak) 1144 Colby Duncan (ebony) ..............I 14 Klng.bury( ebony) !4 Klna-bury (aak) 1174 Cable-Nalaon (walnut) llll flta.r Ji Son (mahogany) ....llll Good square piano for beglnnera ...I It Tel-ma aa law n ll.ve weaaiy. A. HOSPE CO.. llll DOUGLAS ST. OMAHA, HEB. PtANn.PLATER. mahocanr. pratHlcallr new. excellent tone, perieoc oonaiuon; win sacrifice. 2211 Rrtos. tlflS MAHOOANT Diaxi , Mueller lias oosbb ftrst-ciaos oonaitioa, iui onsn. Aces S. lsth. J fURNACB. aa good ss new, eheap. 1101 Wooiwortn Are, "Pianos and Musical Instruments. VERY special bargain In high grade pLarvo, cash or easy isrms. utu iv. iareniwri. foreuoons. . Sewinf Machines. "Dewing machines" Wo rent, repair, sell noodles sa4 parti Of oil sewing mac ni nos. . MlCKKL'S ' NEBRASKA CYCLE CO., llth and Harney Bta. Doug. 1HI. Billiards and Pocket Tables. rOR SALE BILLIARD TABLES. Brand mw, carom aad pocket, with complete outnt, fuo; oeeeno-nana laoioo at re docod piicos: bewltng alters aad supplies; uir narmonta. Cigar stars fixtures i specialty, (tend for ratalosma THB BHUN8W1CK-BALKB-OOLLKNDER CO., 407-401 South JQth Harness, Saddles, Traveling Goods. WB MAKE them ourselves' and sell direct to consumer, so middle man's profit Why pay two . profits for inferior goods when you oaa got high-graos goods at (list " ALFRED CORNTRH Co. XSlfl Farnam 8L Omaha, Nob. SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY FOR SAUE MiscAcllaneout Machinery and Eng-incs. NEW AND SECOND. HAND MOTORS. KXPERT ELECTRfCIANS AND MACHINISTS. LB BRON ELECTRICAL WORKS, 2U-20 S. 13th St.. Omaha. BOILERS, steam, electric, gas engines. Pipes Oross Wrecking Co., lilt Cuming. "Printing and Office Supplies. COMMERCIAL Duplicating Co., also public Stene. Phone for prices. Douglas 2803. 140 Pazton Bin GET our prices on Job prlnllnit. ITnITKIj HTATKD fHlPiTIINU WJ,. Bee Bldg. Douglas 1173. WATERS-EARNHARDT Ptg. Co., quality printing. Tel.. Doug. 3110. 5J4 8. 13th St. Tnisiri tttrm ariH S.ttnnl!e JFV" " " w"' ' rnarhlnaai sold the same aa re NEW machines sold tho same aa rent 33 per month. See us before yon buy or rent. Shipped any place on teif days' free trial. Butts' Typewriter Exchange, 4)0 S, lth St., Omaha, Neb. TTPEW :RITE RS sold, rented and repaired. Rent an Oliver typewriter 3 months for b. Central Typewriting Exchange, 1906 Fa mam. RICH INOTON8, Monarcba and Smith Pre miers for rent; sent anywhere. Remington Typewriting Company. D. 1284. GUARANTEED typewriters. 10 up. Write for list Midland Typ. Co.. Bee Bldg. Miscellaneous. OMAHA PTLLOW CO., Down Comforters made over just Hko new. ' All your own fee there back, when we renovate. Wo call for acl deliver. 1107 Cuming. Doug. 3407. FOR SALE Uncalled for rugs at weaving price. Gate City Rug Manufacturing and Carpet Cleaning Co., lbll N. 24th SL Webster 1041. OAK and glass partitions In fine shape, also large office table. Phono P. 4113. DESKS, safes, scales, showcases, shelving, etc. Wo only sell, Omaha Fixture and Supply Co. 414-14-11 B. 12th. Doug. 2734. DRT KINDLINO BOX COMPANY. WOOD. ACME HARNBT 1117. ICE for sale at reasonable price at the chute. If orders are given tmmeaiaieiy, Call Walnut 2022. SALT, I1.7& bbl. A. W Wagner, 201 -N. 14th. SWAPPERS' COLUMN IF TOTJ HAVE aoma article that haa out lived Ita naefolnaaa to yon. make np little ad atid run It In thie column at lc per word Ton will be more than pleaaen with tha remarkable offerlnia you will receive. One or two Ineerttone In nearly all eaeea are anrflrlent to set what you want. TRT IT TODAY. THW GREATEST OAIN 51,728. In- paid want-ads eror made by any Omaha paper, Is tho record ot THE OMAHA BKB for 1118. BEST REHUI.TS LOWEST RATH. 1.10 STUHTEVANT electric suction cleaner for new or nearly new Remington auto loading shotgun, rifle or electric fans. Phone Benson 121 or 713-W! WaSTKD Standard typewriter In exchange for Vlctrola and records. Box J, war- yard. Neb. WK swap or buy kodalu; fit rosdevn toped free, one -day servtce. Kase Kodak Studio. Nerlllo Blk- llth and Harney. A LITTLE AD in this column will bring about some remarkable exchanges. INTERNATIONAL truck to swap Tor Box Boo. wood working machine. PRICE TBEPLB player piano to swap for good farm team of mares, wagon and harness; value to B0. Phone Colfax 318. CASH and board at the beat hotel In Omaha for equity In cottage or vacant lot. Box Sift, Boo. WANTED TO BUY. WANTED To purchase, old books of all description, large or small collections; no matter what you have, send postal and buyers will rail and pay cash, city or country. Box 7251, Bee. . GUTTMAN IVZ. ESS Clothes, Pianos Office Furniture, Trunks, flhoes. Douglas 8871. Res.. Webster 4804. DESKS DESKS DESKS New desks, used desks, bought, sold and traded. J. C. Reed, H07 Farnam. D. ! WANTED Old false teeth. Don't matter If broken. I pay l to 15 per set. Man io L. Maser, I0flT 8. Fifth St., Philadelphia, Pa. Will send cash by return mall. TT?TTfTWQ Py" highest price for JmNiVllNo clothes, shoes, trunks. etc. Red KIT. Res., Douglas MM. WANTED TO BUT Second-hand "I. C 3. Reference Library" volumes oa aa ve ma in g. Address BOX HOI, Bee. A UNIVERSAL or other food make trailer; must bo la gooa oonaiuon. &w . Boo. . WANTED To buy soms good second-hand lumber. A, O. Heckathorn, . s. u. nv. 7, Box IMA, Benson, Neb. WALNUT logs, high. floe. Address Box 311, Ieo. ANNOUNCEMENTS Accountants. E. A. DWORAK, C.P. A. SSS Rami Bl-s. Phena Pots. " Hraaa and Iron FotmdlieS. Paxton-Mitcba II Co.. Tth and Martha fits. Bakeries. ORTMAN'S HBW RNOLAND BAKKRT, lit S. 14TH BRANCHES PUBLIC MARKKT AND UiTHRN RROTHRR8. OCR MOTTO "BETTER BAKB.P COOPS. CAKES, pastry and fancy bakery gooas supplied to parties, lodges ana wwnim menu. . H. Reader, IBM N. llth. W. 3.37. Baths. tixrrrMG Turkish baths. piu nni ahaolutalv sanitary bath. Highly rooommonded by physicians. Staats Iturtltnta, 1.0S Harney 8t IX 7QT. Open ovonlogs and Bun days. rR BKND A So Id h ur . steam. Modern Turk Ish BATHS AISLi MAiwAU ta. irnva-o apartmonu for ladles, with lady attend ants. 11 Farnam. Phone Doug. 5877. RITTENHOtrSB sanltartom; all kinds baths. German nurse, maasage, baths or an Kinas. lit Neville gioeK. ism ano narnwy. Carpenters and Contractors. LBSSARD SON. 1011 Cuming. Tylsr lt-1 ChiropractonL DR. BURHORN. ROSE BLDG, Palmar school grad ua to. Dong. S3 TT. ChiroDodists. Carrie J. Burford. 30 Paxton Blk. Red 4I6T, Dancina Academy. rt T TTVP BALL TUK3-. THURA. XJEJ JJUVJU BAT., SUN. EVE. SCHOOL MON. EVE. Ill a 18 th SU Op. Fontanel la. Detectives. Private detective, evidence secured, an cases. strictly conndenttaL. uov. ret no. eee. JAMBS ALLAN, 111 Neville Blk. Evidence secured In all cases, xyier lias. Interstate Detective Ass'n, 43 Ramgs Bldg. Dressmaking. Exp. drcosm'k' wk. private fain. H. 405Il Sewing by dajr im Locust Webster 161. Mrs. R. A. Connelly. 100 Balrd Bldg. P. 370s. Terry Dressmak'g Co., SOth. and Farnam. SBWINO--DAY OR WEEK. TYLER HI. , Everything for Women. ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, pot pleating, covered outions, an sises ana styles, bsmsUtchlag, ptcot edging, em broidery, beading, braiding, cording, eye- lot cut worn, outunnoies, pennanis. IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO 100 Douglas Blk. Douglas 103I. VAN ARMAN Drsss Pleating and Button Co., lls-7 Paxton BIK. oug. lies. Acror dton. knife, side, space, box, sunburst and combination pleating, hemstitching, ptcot odglng, pinking, niching, covering but tons, all styles and all sixes. Price list free. ACCORDION, Side, Knife, Box Pleating, Cov. Buttons. Hemstitching. Neb. Pleating and Button Co, 431-3 Paxton Bin. k. tits. Electrolysis. Superfine ue hair removed by electricity; neo die work guar'nd. Mlas Allender. U Beo. FUtures and Wiruur. nTTPVTM ElectHc washing machio XJ U .Vlii electric Irons and reading . lamps, till Cuming 8t Douglas Hit. Furnace Cleininn. BORNEMAN, fur., ohlm. cleaning. D. T. Hair Dressinff1 IDEAL Hair Parlors, lo7 Baird Bldg. Mani curing, toilet articles. Douglas sib. Insurance, BANKERS LIFE OF LINCOLN. 11-14 City Natl. Bank Bldg. Doug. 3111. Job Printiiir. OATB CTTT Printing Co.. htgh-grado print tag. IUI N. 141k. Phons weo, iffi, 11. 1917. ANNOUNCEMENTS Massenres. SWEDISH and muecular maaaaie, electric treatment of all .nlnda. Btaau Inatltute. KM Harney St. Douslaa 7I. Open ot enlnca and Snndaya tBi.irc rhlropodyT Minnie Nafla. tOS-14 Balrd Bids., Hth - Douslaa. D. . fiss"LILLT Haaaare. bafha. 1st: Farn'm. Patent Attorney-. PATRNTS procured, bomht and Mid. Inter, national Patent Co., HI Brandela. D. 6691. Painting and Paper JSanfrinfr PAINTINO and cleanlns," ISc per room and up. We olean carpet. In your home with out removlns aaine, $1 per ruff and np. Webater !S1. CALL Charlea Roadh (or paper hanKtnff and Interior decoratlnff. Douslaa -310. Pianos for Rent. II. W per mo. A. Hoepo Co.. 1-11 TSonaiaa. Theatrical Costumes. IARGKST atock of coatumea for theatrlcalej and maaqnranes tn tne ronntry tor late or rent. Lleben & Son. 161 Howard. THEATRIC 1, sown,, full dreaa aulta, for rent. 204 N. 17th. John Feldman. D. 3126. Towel Supplies. Omaha Towel Supplr- 207 S. 11 III. D. 62. Wedding Stationery. WrTDDTNG announconifiu-i and prlnttnff. Douslaa Prlntlnff Co. Tel. Dooff. 614. Where to Eat. EAT HOME COOKED MEALS NEW DKUCATESSEN. 1IM FAi-NAM. BlIRROUGIia CAFE. OMAHA. NEB. (Berrtoe), LINCOLN. NEB. S16 8. llth St Ht 8. Utb St. BUSINESS CHANCES Would You Like To see $375 GROW INTO $1,500 In 3 years and every year thereafter produce a steady income of $500, without any time or attention on your part? If you have $75 to $375. a success ful Nebraska farmer will tell you about one of the safest investments on earth. Bank reference, invest ment secured, write E. T. JONES, Elmwood, Neb. WANTED AN ACTIVE OB SI LENT PARTNER, MAN OR WO MAN. TO INVEST 120.000 IN BUS INESS THAT IS IN DEMAND AM. OP THE TIME AND WILL EARN 40 PER CENT PER ANNUM ON AMOUNT INVESTED. DO NOT WASTE TOUR TIME OR MINE UNLESS YOU HAVE THE ABOVE AMOUNT TO INVEST IN A SAFE AND SOUND PROPOSITION. BOX 1I2, BEE. Receiver's Sale Head House, principal hotel In Jefferson, Iowa, and eighty acres of Cass county, Minnesota, land. Bids wilt be received by the re ceiver at his offfloo at Hubbard, Iowa, until midnight of March 14, 1917. For full particulars inquire of O. O. Marahman, receiver, Hub bard, Iowa, or of N. H. Austin, equitable owner, Eagle drove, Iowa. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY. Wanted a red-blooded man of unques tionable reputation between the age of 28 and 40 to fin a position or trust with growing Omaha concern. Salary depends on the ability of applicant Applicant must furnish high-class ref erences as to character and ability. This patttbn requires an Investment of from $b,00 to $7,0-0, which will return an In come of at least lb per cent annually In a reputable Omaha inannfacturtng com pany, which has boon operative for five years and la emlrorsed by the leading people of Omaha. In replying, please mention references, which will bo treated confidentially. Box 1224, Bee ESTABLISHED paying millinery shops for sale at Tama, Eldon, uresco, uewut, Wyo. ming. Nora Springs, St Ansgar. Kensett Parlcersbura. Rock Valley, Woodbine, GranTtlle, Marcus, Tripoli. Wesley, Clarion and Eldora, la.; Heron Lake, Lo Sueur, Lanesboro, Spring Orove, Alexandria, Min neapolis, Minn.; Canton, Alexandria, Cen tervllle, 8. D. ; Wayne, Hosklns, Nellgh, Nob. New millinery departments, no old stock, at Keokuk, la,; Owatonna Thief River Falls, Minn.; Marquette, Mich.: Jamestown. N. D. ; Wallace and Bonner's Perry, Idaho Investment 1200 to $600. Write or wire for particulars. Strong & 'Warner Co., leading wholesale milUnery, St Panl. FIRST-CLASS confectionery and lee cream business, malting own oanay ana ice cream; well established and doing a rood business: proa per eras Nebraska town of 8,000; sales for 1116 averaged over $1,004 per month; will stand the most rigid investigation: everything In flrst olass condition; beat of reasons for selling; do not answer unless you mean business. Box Y-848. Bee. -TRER for six months. Mr special offer to Introduce -ray magasane "investing xor Profit. It la worth $10 a copy to any one who has not acquired sufficient money to provide Docessltlea and comforts for self and loved ones. It shows how to become richer quickly and honestly. "Investing for Profit" Is the only progressive financial journal and has the largest circulation In America. It shows how $100 grows to $2,200. Write now nd I'll send it six months free. H. L. Barber. 664-22 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. FREE FOR ONE MONTH. Our weekly magaitne, "Inside Invest ments" Is devoted to a financial idei wnrthv of consideration. A real 'Inside In vestment" should easily double In value every three months. Figure for yourself what $100 would amount to in a few years If Invested and reinvested on that but a onr magazine points una way to making such Investments; $8 per year. Send today for one month's free subscrip tion. Address Mclntyro Companies Lim ited. I0T2 Westminster Bldg.. Chicago. PATENTS PROTECT AND THAT FAY. BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE. Bend sketch or model for search. Highest reference Beet results. Promptness assured. Watson E. Coleman lawyer 134 F St. N. W.. WASHINGTON. D- C. LIGHTNING puncture sealer: startles the automobile wona: automatically ana m stantly seals all tire punctures; sold on money-back guarantee; highest endorse ments; lOo per cent profit; established manufacturer desires sales managers; ex clusive territory: ISOo to $1,000 capital re quired. Secretary. 834 National Ufe Bldg, Chicago. $106,000 FOREIGN corporation has excep tional ooening tor live saies manager u sell patented specialty to merchants and manufacturers; no competition ; highest endorsements ; exclusive territory; tre mendous European euocess; new In Amer ica; $600 to $1,800 capital necessarr, Brott Manufacturing co, i w. ataaiooa, cm cago. $100,000 MANUFACTURING corporation wants eanable man to manage office and salesmen. Possibilities unlimited. From $300 to 9700 . capital necessary. You handle own money, WiU pay expenses to Chicago If you are man we want Secre tary, 1011 Republic Bide, Chicago. HERE'S A SHOW FOR YOU. Movie show In live Iowa town, doing a large business. Well equipped; French plate grill screen. Owner must sell. Make your own offer. MOVIE SHOW DEPARTMENT, 411 Raaa Bid.. Tjlar 741. BIOUBST SPOT CASH FA-D tor atoroa aaj atocJu of marchaodlaa, la cltj or eouutrr; aulck action. OMAHA A-WAflH CO.. ' III Omaha Nat. Bank BUS, Tai. Seusla. 1US. BUSINESS CHANCES CANDY STORE AND FACTORY. On ono of tho busiest streets in Fan Francisco. CaL, store, sods, fountain and fa-lory, complete In every detail; estab lifibfd trade. 3,60Q, terms. H. Neuhaus ft Hon, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San Fran elsco, Cal. THK GREATEST OAHf S,Tli In paid want-ads ever made by any Omaha paper Is tho record of THE OMAHA BEE for IB 18. BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE. GOOD BUSINESS OPENINGS On the South Side, if for sale, ere reas onable la pries and are worth while, you may be sure are listed exclusively with the SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., 4126 S. 24th St. Phone South 1247, "ORnALE-Jewelry store In good Iowa town of &S0 population. Good location, ter tory and rich German and Irish commun ity. AM new fixtures and stock. Will invoice around 11.600. Muit sell st once. Good reason. Box T 83. Bea GOING furniture and undertaking business In good town in eastern Neb., ot tt,v, possibilities unlimited for bustler with capital; 118,000 takes everything; "n't buy new stork aa low at present prices. Box Y-842, Bee. BROAD minded lady or gentlemen to con nect with an honorable and lucrative Busi ness enterprise without competition. 8om investment required. Bright future. In vestigate. Box 417, Boo. MEAT MARKET. For sale cheap. In town of s,M0 people. Only one other shop In town. Call or write. Palace Market MeCook, Neb. HARDWARE STOCK Good town, 7,000 people; fine business opportunity; cash deal, no trad. Address P. O. Box 205. Columbus, Neb. FOR SALE or Exchange Only paper and Job plant in western Nebraska, county seat. County and ballot printing. Might con sider real estate on this. Writs A. K. Holmes, Taylor, Neb. FOR SALE Good, clean stock of hardware; live town, central Nebraska. Good rea son for selling. Be Quick. Address Y 257. Bee. LIVE congenial partner to travel. Take full charge big paying business. Invest ment required. This Is worth Investiga tion. Box lt&S. Bee. FOR SALE Restaurant confectionery and rooms. Established 1886; fine business, a good oponing for a live wire. Address G. M. Dlschnor, Garretson, S. D. MOTOR ITEMS will tell yon who made tha nrnt automoDiie ana otoer .nrormaiioa. We will mall you copy free upon request. Loomls & Riesa, 30 Broad St.. New York, N. Y. ILLINONS manufacturer wants manager with 8200 to 8700. oiten store, handle new DeLuxo-A-Tone Phonograph; retails $16 or more; plays equal to any 60 instrument; should clear $5,000 first year. DeLuxe, 1427 Csrroll Ave., Chicago. AN OPK)RftTNTTY to make $6,000 to $10. 000 per year is offered to reliable men to manage branch for distribution or an in vention that reduces tho cost of living. Only men of renponlbillty who can finance themselves considered. Address Presi dent, 1100 Washington Blvd., Chicago. $35 WILL start you in business sharpening sarety razor Diaaes. mere is a gooa iit In it In it. Booklet of information fur' nlflhed free. Am. Sharpening Machine Co., Chicago. INVESTORS WANTED Don't Invest 1 cent until you rad Successful Finance and learn how fortunes are made and lost by investors; free trial subscription. Success ful Finance, 640 Federal St, Chicago, III. COMB, billiard ball and barber shop, doing good pay In f? business. Sell right for cash. Call up today: Walnut 1629. or Monday, Doug. 8862. BUY AMALGAMATED OIL, 1-cent a share; 100 ner cent dividends In 90 days possible; production now coming in, ground floor stock. 1-cent a share, doubles price shortly, $1 par value. $10 buys 1,000 shares. Write for full details. Amalgamated OH Co., 1220 Colcord Bldg.. Oklahoma City, OkL RESTAURANT and Cafe right; doing a good busineas; price $i0. UANGESTAD, Suite 422, Bee Bldg. D. 3477. FURNITURE and lease of a good, modern hotel; lively town, doing capacity busi ness. A snap $2,000. GANG EST AD, Suite 422, Bee Bldg. P. 3477. MILLINERY store at a sacrifice. 420 Rose Bldg. Tyler 761. LOCATION WANTED for lumber yard, central or weateru Ne braska. Might buy est&bllahod yard. Box 1277, Bee. MOTION picture machines (new and re Omaha Film built), theaters supmien. Exc han ge, 108 S. 14th St. COMPLETE fixtures of 2 -chair barber shop. very reasonable. Miner etotei, eouio Omaha. Phone South llll. WE BUY, wo sell motion picture theaters, machines, feature uma. jo-operauv Film and Supply Co., 210 Bromley Bldg. WILLIAMS, established 2- years. To buy or oeu Dusiness see urn. in mciiifs Bldg. Reference, U. 8. National Bank. DOWD Sale and Auction Co., Omaha, have closed out more mdse. stocks than any other Arm In U. 8. Write for tenw. IF YOU want to sell or bny a business or rooming house call on Busch Borgbos, 730 World-Herald Bldg. Phone D. llll. GOOD opening for the second drug store corner bunding. A spienaia location. o dress O. M. Dlschner. Garretson. S. D. PATENT for sale. Will arrange to mfg. on royalty. Or wilt sell outright, some thing new and a seller. Box Y 3, Bee. FOR SALE New model K vnleaniier, loca ted in live Colorado town. li33 a. am SL Phone Harney 471t. FOR BALE Store and six Irving small stock groceries and notions, 60x125; 12.000. 3411 Ames Ave. lot DRT CLEANING business, doing $2,000 a year; can be doubled; cheap lor cash. Address Pantorlum, Sutton, Neb. TO GET in or out of business call oa GANG ESTAD, 422 Bee Bid. DOOg. M77. GUARANTY PLAN; get In or out buslnesa All states. F. V. Knlest, Bee Bldg.. umana. MOVING picture show for sale. 1011 S. 84th St. Harney 83. WANT Job printing plant to move to small town. Canan, Mccague bids. 2S-ROOM hotel for sale or trade. Box Y 321, Bee. - FOR SALE First class bath, masosjte par lor; excellent location, jjox mi, tee. Rooming H oases. THESE are both good locations for rooming houses; will male l u s-year tosses; rental reasonable. Capitol Ave., 17 rooms, modern. 2310 So. 13th St.. 14 rooms, modern. CREIGH, SONS & COMPANY, Douelas 200. Realtors. 60S B Bldg. ROOMING HOUSES. Rooming house sacrifice, 7 rooms, well furnished, strictly modern, close In; best of furniture, ror quick ssje, 420 Rose Bldg. Tyler 7B3. Tyler 7437. EXCELLENT for rooming bouse: 124 N. 24th St., 1-room. an mooern. F. D. WEAD, 310 8. 18th. P. 171. ROOMINO HOUSES, all sises, great bar- galns. I Rose mog. tvnone iTier mi. AUTOMOBILES 5UT0 CLEARING HOUSE 1200 Farnam St. Douglas 3310. Cadillac Touring. 1916 steams-Knight Touring. 1918 Chevrolet Touring. ALL TO B3 SACRIFICED. NEW 3Tx4 Goodrich Sllverton cord easing and tube; original coat. I&O.M; our price. 46. Why not buy this ana sevs money r W. U. CLEMENT JJUTUJVD JKJ., 1614 Farnam. Douglas 6218. WILL buy for you that new or used auto from dealer or Individual on easy PT- ments. Interest 8 per cent; no oonua C Ellis. 410 8. Itth. Doug las 003L 15 PCT. "ah mhsts on your auto Pel Icy If your car ts equipped with Phone Douglas 3217. 804 Brandeta BMg. 1013 PAIGE, electric equipped. 1210. 11014, 0-t0 Maxwell speedster, 400. Sevoral second-hand Franklin. TELL BINKUCY, 231 Harney St D. 1ST0. 200 SHARES of Gross) ft Dixon and some cash for good second-hand Ford car. J. H. Johnson, S761 N. 46th fit. Phone CoL 3511 2 IN 1 VUL. CO, 1SU Davenport St. i.0 Per Cent Saved on Year Tire Expense. 'prst BAlllnc auto accessory on the market Bis money. Mod en Tire Tool e., 1610 Howard st. IX 4441, CRORSTOWN gar, 115 S. nth Bt, parts for Hup 10, A p parson '00 and 11, Olds ii. Klaxons. , era. WANT a lets six ante for collateral security; parable monthly; good as essn. C J. CANAN, 610 McOagne BMg. AUTOMOBILES Twenty-One Slightly Used Late Cars Electric Lights and Starters Have been traded in as part payment on new Overlands. 2 Coupes 2 Roadsters 12 5-passenger 4 7-passenger 1 Light Truck Makes B u i ck, Overland, Maxwell, Stu de baker, Ford, Mitch ell and .Waverly Electric Coupe. Willys Overland, Jnc. Used Car Department, 2047 Farnam St Tel. Douglas 3292. FORD ONE-TON TRUCK ATTACHMENT. THE CAMELFORD CONVERTS ANY FORD INTO A STURDY ONE-TON TRUCK. $40.00 DEALERS. THIS IS THE T,OW5JT MONET-MAKINO PROPOSITION ON EARTH. WRITE FOR PARTICITLARS. MARBMONT MANUFACTURING COMPANY. BOIaB MAKF.KS. lit S. WABASH AVEL, CHICAGO. W7LLTBVKRXANI),' ING USED CAR DEPT. Douglas 3290. 20 4 7-49 Farnam. Overland Toortnr &d Roadsters. Studebaker touring. Maxwell tourings. Ford tourings. Oakland tourings. Mitchell tourings. Botek tourings. Hudson tourings. Terms if desired. Prompt attention grran to an hteceste out-of-town buyers. HIOH-GRADE late date six onto wanted, for client that has two clear high-grade lots In the New Brownell Hall and Falr aero district, adjoining Dr. Evans late purchase lot. at 11,100. Too will better appreciate this offer after tho new t3M,o0e) Brownell school Is erected. C J. CAN AN, 610 McCagne Bldg. WE will trade jou a new Ford for ymsr old one. INDUSTRIAL GARAGT5 CO., SOth and Harney. Douglas nil THREE autos. In good condition, for sals, or will consider personal property. C. J. CANAN. 510 MftCague Bldg. WILL pay CASH FOR several used TWO CYLINDER CARS. Phone Harner S70 and ask for JOHN. BKRT8CHY "Kan-Fix-It " Southeast cor- nr a win ano nmwy pis, wwsimm CASH for any Ford. Wobster 318$ evenings. Red 7401 days. Wanted. WANTED Good 1016 or 1017 Ford. Will take It In as part payment on MS acres of state school land worth $640. Write owner, R. W. Ludwlclc, Lincoln, Neb. Auto Livery and Garages, EXPERT auto renairin. "service car al ways ready. ' umana uarago, zviv .ner- ney St Tyler SbS. Auto Repairing and Painting. 1 100 reward for magneto we can't repair. Colls repsirea, waysaoner, aiw r. iun. NEB. Auto RadLator Repair Sorvice, and prices right sib p- rtn. u- SITUATIONS WANTED WEEKLY RATE. 20c PER LINE. Business ads, regular rates; 2 lines one week......... Ooo 1 lines one week 60s each extra Une 30e per week Hale. FOUR YEARS EXPERIENCE. Capable young man, single, four year office experience desires position with per son or firm who can offer a future for honesty, energy and ability, present em ployment four years, furnish references and bond, go anywhere. Box Y 837. Bee, ALL round flrst-class French chef, best of references, xs yeare ehuuiiv sua kixi oi experlence. Economical, sober, steady. Want posltioo. Will guarantee flrst-class, quick, economical service. Box 1241, Bae. THE GREATEST GAIN 60,710 tn paid want-ads ever made by any Omaha paper is the record of THB OMAHA BEE for 1114, BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE. CHAUFFEUR, colored, age 25 years, wishes position In private lamuy; earerui anver; seven years' experience; all around man; experienced with ill makes of cars. Box 1314. Bee. OUNG man who has had four years' of- flee and banking experience, wtshes a position In bank. Can give flrst-ctaas reference. Write Box Y 834, care of Bee. POSITION as bookkeeper or manager of small business wanted. Dane, aged ST. college graduate. State salary, etc. Write A. Larson, Elkhonu Iowa. POSITION wanted by young man. Five years' experience as bookkeeper and stenog rapher. Address Box 1170, Bee. MAN" wants position taking care of office. city references, tan uoug. ..z. IKS1DB work, mHdle-ard man; handy with tools or machinery. Web. 6210. OFFICE or house cleaning by man or woman. Colfax 4011. ASHES of aUsJpds of hauling. Tyler 15P0T Female. WIDOW with two children would like nosl tion as housekeeper or cook; country pre ferred. Mrs. A. M. Newlln, SIS I. 10th St.. Lincoln, Nelfc EXPERIENCED stenographer wants work during spare time. Call Douglas 1720 day time, or Harney 0267 evenings. POSITION wanted by lady cook In small town; can cook with or without meou; state wags. Box T 847. Bee. THB BEE charge for "Situation ads" Is lower than any other form of advertising not enough to cover the cost of printing. WANTED Laundry work or housnwork. Mra Julia Jones, 044 N. 37th. Harner 6717.