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Omaha Sunday Bee PART FIVE Want-Ad Section PAGES ONE TO SIX FAST FIVE Want-Ad Section PAGES ONE TO SIX The Real Estate and Want -Ad Guide To All of Greater Omaha SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS. VOL. XLVI NO. 43. OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1917. ff" REAL ESTATE VALUES Always M UpwaiM in a SI WENS CITY The Growth of Omaha is steady and sure. Buy a Piece of Real ' ' Estate and let it Grow in Value With Growing Omaha. THE Want-Ad Rates ..SK CHE TELEPHONE it you cannot con veuleotly bring or nnd In your ads. Ask ror a Want Ad Taker and you will re elve tbe iaoi( good service when de livering your ad at lb office. PHONE TYLER 1000. WANT AO COLUMNS CLOSE: EVENING EDITIONS 1":00 II. MORN I NO EDITIONS 10:00 P. M. NO AI TAKF.N FOB 1KSS THAN gOe, ONETIME, OR LESS THAN lue A DAY. CASH WITH OKDEtt, 1 A Set Solid (No Display). I k per word each Insertion w IT Paragraphed or Displayed Id Larger Type. So per line .....one time 7n oer line. S or more consecutive Insertions. SIX AVERAGE! WORDS TO THE LINK. SITUATIONS WANTED. Weekly rata XUo per line CARDS OP THANKS, DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES. lOo per line each Insertion (Minimum charge. 60 cents.) MONTHLY RATH) FOR STANDING ADS. (No ebango of copy allowed.) On line $1.86 Two lines or more 11.80 ALL FOREIGN ADVERTISING UNDER HELP WANTED CLASSIFICATIONS: So per word one time lo per word, two or mora oonsecutlra In sertions. SPECIAL COMBINATION BATE. Ob Land, Poultry and Other Advertising. THE OMAHA BEE (over 60.000 dally). 3UTH CENTURY FARMER (over 110,000 weekly). A combined circulation which will reach both the city and rural resident Special Reg. Rates. Rate. I Insertions In Omaba Bee and 1 Insertion In 80th Century Farmer, per word... 6o fo T Insertions In Omaba Bee and 1 Insertion In 80th Century Farmer, per word 1040 Mo (Contract rates on application.) DEATHS & FUNERAL NOTICES. BRICK Thomas, aged 36 years, died Fri day morning. He is survived by wife end Infant son, four brothers, Michael, Edward, William and Morris; two sisters, Mary and Margaret. He was a member of the Omaha Fire Department for the last ten years. Funeral will be held Monday morning at 9 o'clock from family residence, 4504 Hamilton St.. to St. Cecelia's church at 9:30. Interment Holy Sepulcher cemetery. DONLEY Mrs. Anna, axed 65 years. She is survived by one son, Richard; two daughters Mrs. Mlcbael Stanley and Mrs. Edward Pont. Funeral Tuesday morning from resi dence, 808 S. 18th St., 8:30 a. m., to St. Phllomena's church at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Bepulcher cemetery. REDDAN James, aged 67 years, at the Na tional Military home. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cecelia Redilan; one son, John, and three daughters, Gladys, Myr& and,. Mrs J. H. Penewit, all of Omaha.-" . Interment will be In Kansas Monday morning, March 19. PARKER Rufus 8., aged 63 years, died March 16. He is survived by his wife and two children, Thomas F. of Oraata and Mrs. J. L. Burr of Kansas City. . Funeral Sunday at 8 o'clock from Ma sonic temple. Friends Invited. Interment West Lawn cemetery. HACK ETT Harry J., March 16, 1917, aged 57 years. Funeral Sunday, March 18, 1917, from Bra iky & DoTrance chapel, lath and Cum' Ing Sts., at p. m. Interment Forest Lawn. CAMM Thomas, aged 72 years. , Funeral from St. Andrew's churcn, 41st and Charles, Monday, at 2:30 p. m. Friends welcome. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. HUL3W A RiEPEN. undertaker, .ad em bmm.r., 701 So, llh Bt Doul. 1286, DUFFY JOHNSTON, embalm. and m l.ral dlrwtnr, 717 8 1tb Bt Tvl.r U1K FLORISTS. BEING members of the National Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association we are In pu. Hloa to deliver flowers on abort notice anywhere to the- D. 8. and Canada. Hess X- Swoboda. Florists. LARGEST assortment of fresh Sowers. ,. L. HENDERSON, 1519 FARNAM. Fontenello Florist LEE L. LARM0N 1814 Douglas St Douglas 8244. PARKER Flower shop. 411 a 16th. D. 8108. A. DONAOHirE. 1622 Harney. Doug 101. BATH National Florist. m4 Farnam St. FRATERNAL ORDERS. MEMBERS of Covert Lodge, A. F, and A, M. No. 11, will assemble at Masonic Tem ple at 2:30 Sunday to attend the funeral of Past Master Rufus S. Parker. By or der of Worshipful Master Thomas Fal coner. BIRTHS AND DEATHS. Births George and Mayme LaVallle, 1807 G, girl; John E. and Ecka Gammer, 3128 Haskell, boy; Calpkes and Mary Emery, 1309 Ames avenue, girl; James and Hazel led rick, 4619 South Twenty-fifth,, girl; Morris and Ida Bernard, hospital, boy; Henry and Toby Fox, 2809 North Fifty ninth, girl; Carl and Naclo Cosentlno, Thirty-sixth and Cuming, boy; N. R. and Vera Finney, 2211 Douglas, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Clncirlpint, 1007 South Twentieth, boy; James and Theresa Capelleupa, 3108 Popple ton avenue, boy; Tonls and Mary Nickel, 4434 South Twenty-seventh, boy; Andrew and Elizabeth Mats, 4308 South Thirty-eighth, girl; Peter and Sofia Stew ard, 4426 South Thirty-second, boy; Wil liam and Vorsula Stankkvo, 6312 South Thirty-third, girl; James and Anna Krun storad, 6014 South Twenty-sixth, boy; Joseph and Marl Ziskoveky, 4406 South Forty-second, boy; Stove and Katie Gerjevio, 2820 R, girl; John and Frantleka Soulcky, 3626 V, Iftrl; Joseph and Tresa Krbovec, 3023 T, girl; Johan and Anna Jojan, South Thirty-second, girl; John Henry and Amelia Card, 2116 North Twenty-fifth, girl; John L, and Har riet Achterberg, 2610 Davenport, boy. Deaths Vaclav L. Vodlcka, 1614 William, 72; Evan Philips, 60, 1408 South Sixteenth; Joe Grelner, 30, 6109 South Twentieth; Girt Merman, 43, 816 North Twenty-fourth; Elizabeth B. Shu man, 43, hospital; Mrs. Kelt Hi Sherwln, 60, hospital; Bertha Butler, v:, 601 North Eighteenth; William W. Mc Donald, 48. 22SO Burdi-tte; Minerva John- . ... ' ?--1 MnittlMlng. CARD OF THANKS. VIJ WISH to thank the many friends and nelghioni for their kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral offerings during our talc bereavement In the loss of our be loved father, Wm, H. Lee. ELIZABETH B, LEE, JOHN H. LEE. ' MRS. JOHN UPTON. WE wlwh to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation tot the kindness and sympathy shown us during the sickness sod death of our beloved h unhand and father, and also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mrs, George A. Nelson and son. Ha villi. m MARRIAGE LICENSES. I'urnilis to wed have ' sen Issuon to the following: Niniie and Residence. Age Arthur W. Davey, Omaha.... . jl Ethel E. Thompson, Omaha Z'i SPECIAL NOTICES SPECIAL NOTICE Proposals for general construction, heat ing and plumbing, electric wiring and ele vators for a hotel building at York, Neb., will be received until 8 p. m. Thursday, March 29, 1917, at the oftlce of tbe presi dent Of the York Hotel company at the First National bank. Drawings and spe cifications may be obtained at the otftVe of Frederick W. Clarke and Edwin B. Clarke, a re hi tec's. iS2 Bran e Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Bidders will bo required to deposit 826.00 as a guarantee that drawings and specifications will be re turned In good condition and that a bona fide hid will be BJ"mltted as requested by the bidder for the work. In which case, the check will be returned. In any other event, the check will be forfeited to the architect to cover the cost of the unuset' drawing. 'Bidders are re quested to submit figures on a base bid and on alternates as listed. All bids to be accompanied with a certified check for 81,000.00. YORK HOTEL COMPANY. By Charles A. McClnud. President. NOTICE. I, V. 8. Bledsoe, will not he responsible for any bills or accounts con true ted for by my wife, Mrs. V. 3. (or Lona) Bledsoe, on or after this date, March 16, 1017. LOST-FOUND-REWARDS IF yon lose anything and will advertise It here you will surely recover It if found by an honest person. Remarkable recov eries are brought about every day through this column. THE HONEST WAY, If you find something of value, or a keepsake of value only to the owner, is to Insert a small ad. The owner of the article In moat caeca la wlli lng to refund the cost of advertising. OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET RAILWAY COMPANY. Persona having lost some article would r do well to call up tbe office of tbe Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway company to ascertain whether they left It In the street car. Many articles each day are turned tn and toe company Is anxious to restore them to tbo rightful owners. Call Tyler 800. THE FEBRUARY SCORE. Of Paid Classified compared with 1916 THE BEE gained. 8 8 6? lines THE NEWS gained 770 lines THE WORLD HERALD LOST 14 lines Figures complied by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an independent audit bureau. LOST On or near 27th and Ogtleu Sts., one pair nose glasses; heavy shell rim, gold chain. Call cashier Omaha Bea or Col. 3676. Reward. LADY'S blue georgette blouse, between high school and 23d and Davenport, between 3 and 4 p. m. Friday. Call Webster 1890. Reward. FOUND a sanitary Soda Fountain. GREEN'S PHARMACY. 16th and Howard LOST Boston bull dog, white face and one glass colored eye. Reward. Doug 2168. Dr. v. K. Tarry, 240 Bee Bldg. LOST Large gray muff on Fort Crook car or In South Omaha. Miss Plummer. Bellevue 126. Reward, LOST Lady's gold watch. Return to Lor etta Ryan, 6324 So. 38th. Tel. So. 1371. Reward. ' LOST Female collie pup, 10 months old; disappeared Marcf Reward. Call South 34J1. GOLD pin lost on street or car; Under please call Harney 1014; reward. CAMEO brooch, lost. Liberal reward. Call Miss Salyers, Douglas 78&:i. LOST Fancy comb near 15th and Famam. Please phone Web. 6729. MEDICAL DR. B. R, TARRY, PILES, FISTULA CURED. Dr. E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and other reotal diseases without surgical op eration. Cure guaranteed and no money paid until cured. Write for book on rec tal diseases with testimonials. DR. E. R. TARRY. 140 Bee Bldg. Omaha, Neb, WHY SUFFER? Latest and Most Scientific Treatment for All Diseases. Dr. Charles Barnes, 618-620 Rose Bldg. Examination and Consultation free. He is curing thou sands. WHY NOT YOU? Delaya are dan gerous. If you oan't call, write. Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., 7:30 to 8:30 evenings. Sunday by appointment. RUPTURE Successfully treated without a surgical operation. Call or write Dr. Frank H. Wray. 806 Bee Bldg, RADIUM water baths and Hot Springs mer cury treatment for rheumatism. Dr. M. Pyor, 14 Patterson Blk, D. 6824. Chiropractors. DR. KNOLLENBERG, SANITARIUM. Lady attendant, 24th and Famam. D. 7296. Dr. J, C. Lawrence. Balrd Bldg. D. 8461. Drl Frances Dawson. 602-3 Rose Bldg. T 2868. Drs. Johnston. 1326 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 6529. Dentists. Dr. Bradbury. No Pain. '12 W. Q. W. Bldg. Taft's Dent. R ma, 308Rose Bldg. D. 8 fit if FOR SALE Miscellaneous Furniture and Household Goods. BARGAINS IN FURNITURE. I gas stoves, 86 each; 26 beds, 1 each; I Iceboxes, rugs of all kinds, tables, chairs, china kitchen cabinets, buffets, dressers, trunks, suitcases, leather daven ports. Alt kind of bedding. Full line of poultry netting. 1830-47 N. 24th St. Tel. Webs, t 1601. Open till g p. m. THE FEBRUARY SCORE, of Paid Classified compared with 1911 THE BED gained... 8967 line THE NEW3 gained .770 lines THE WORLD HERALD LOST 14 line Figures complied by Warfleld Adv. Agcy.. an Independent audit bureau. FOR SALE. A grocers's combination ice box used only 3 months, half price. Tel. Douglas 8827. Com. Ilos of H. H. goods, office Yu7n7Prlce right Come to be convinced. Loyal Furn. Co.. 823 N. 181b: City Furn. Co.. 107 S 14. FOR SALE Bedroom, dining room set, s Itary couch, desk. Harney 1098. HOUSEHOLD furniture for sale, bargain, 6147 Davenport. Telephone Walnut in 22. Pianos and Musical instrument. EU1MON diamond point Aa phonograp model A, mahns-any cabinet, 81 roc ords, excellent condition, value 1136. First offer of ft6 takes It. 410 8w eel wood Ave. Douglas 7458, FOR BALK York "professional" B fiat ; tenor slide trombone, with ran?, silver . plated, satin flrileh. Splendid, lone, excel- - lint condition. Harney 4,14. FOR SALE Miscellaneous Pianos and Musical Instruments, A-SNAP I am moving from the city and am compelled to sacrifice my beautiful piano, a high grade standard make; write or call Q. to. Dalbey, 42S4 Wirt St. FORBALE 8800 Apollo piano player. Like new, 60 records. Cash 8460. Host reasons for selling. C. C, Fiehor, Norfotk,NelK Foil's ALK-Uprlgiit piano, mahogany case, nearly new, Telephone Tyler 2527-W. FLAYER-PIANO, beautiful tone, latest Im provements; slightly UHod; cheap. 213 Evan. , 8 25 B UYS "square" piano. Douglas 6390. "Billiards "and Pocket Tables. FOR SALE BILLIARD TABLES. Brand new, carom and pocket, wltb complete outfit, 8160; second-hand ttHes at re duced prices: bowling alleys and supplies; easy payments. Cigar stura fixtures a specialty. Send for catalogue. THE BRUNSWICK-BALK E-COLLENDER CO.. 47-409 Soulb10th St. Lumber and Building Materials SAVE HALF on beams, column? brick. H. Gross Lumbttrand Wreck. Co. Web. 24. Printing and Office Supplies. COMMERCIAL Duplicating Co.. also public Steno. Phone for prlvea Douglas 1803. 640 Paxton Block. GET our prices on .lob printing. UNITED STATES PRINTING CO.. Bee Bldg, Douglas 1178. WATEItS-UARNilAHDT Ptg. Co.. quality printing T nmjn 8190 624 S. 13th Bt Harness and Saddlery. WE make them ourselves and sell direct to consumer; no middleman's profit; why paytwo prollls for Inferior goods when you can get high grade gdods at first cost? Alfred Cornish & Co., 1210 Famam St Omaha. Neb. I Machinery and Engines. NEW AND SECOND-HAND MOTORS. EXPERT ELECTRICIANS AND MACHINISTS. LE BRON BLECTRIOAL WORKS, 2i-:n f 12th St.. Omaha. FOR SALE One 1 -horsepower new Way gasoline engine; one bone cutter and helt Ing, mmplcte. Phone Benson 763-W after 6 o'clock. Typewriters and Supplies. TYPEWRITERS sold, renled and repaired Rent an Oliver typewriter 8 months for 86. Central Typewriting Exchange. 1906 Famam. REMINGTONS. Monarehs and Smith Pre miere for rent; sent anywhere. Remington Typewriting Company. D. 1284 GUARANTEED typewriters. $10 up. Write or list. Midland Tvp. Co. Bee Bldg Sewing Machines. SEWING MACHINES We rent, repair, sell needles and purta of all sewing machines. ' MICKEL'S NEBRASKA CYCLE CO., 16th and Harney Sts. Doug. 1668. Miscellaneous. OMAHA PILLOW CO., Down Comforter! made over lust like new. All your own feathers hack, when we renovate. Wo call for and deliver. 1907 Cuming. Dour. FOR SALE Uncalled7 for rugs at weaving price. Gate City Rug Manufacturing and Carpet Craning Co., 1618 N. 24th St. Webster 1643. DESKS, safes, scales, showcases, shelving, etc We only tell. Omaha Fixture and Supply Co.. 414-16-18 8. 12tb. Doug. 8724. . DRY KINDLING WOOD. ACME BOX COMPANY. H AR NET 1837. Kindling wood cheap. 1267 8. 13th. D. 1710. 8AT.T 91 7R hhj A W Wsnr. ni N 16th SWAPPERS' COLUMN IF YOU HAVE some article that has out lived Its usefulness to you make up a little ad and run It In this column at lo per word. You will be more than pleased with tbe remarkable offerings yon will receive. One or two insertions In nearly all oases are sufficient to get what you want TRY IT TODAY. WE swap or buy kodaks; films developed frae; one-day service. Kase Kodak Stu dio. Neville Blk.. 16th and Harney HAVE iwo-cyliiulur Iiu.;niatlunal I ruck, A-No. 1 condition. Will trade. Marlon Automobile Co., Council Bluffs, la. TWO, four and six-room houses for sale or trade, or give good terms. Phone Wal nut 827. WANTED TO BUY. WANTED, OLD FALSE TEETH. Don't matter If broken. I pay $1 to $6 per sot Mail to L. Mazer, 2007 S. 6th SL. Philadelphia, Pa, Will send cash by re- . turn mall. DESKS DESKS DESKS New desks, used desks, bought, sold and traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Famam. D. 6146. clothes, shoes, trunks. eta Red 8297. Ree., Douglas 8088 DIAMONDS ".SSSSAI?0 WANT pool hall or grocery store. 420 Rose Bldg. Phone Tyler 758. GET the highest price for old clothes. Sell to B. Laytin, 603 N. 16th St. Tyler 630. OLD books bought. K loser, Loyal Hotel Bldg. BOOKS bought. Kieser, Loyal hotel Bldg. ANNOUNCEMENTS I WISH to announce that T have put Into service a new and up-to-date auto Invalid coach. This car Is of the very latest model, with electrical equipment, well heated and well lighted, and ihas all neccasnry medical equipment, I will be plfased to serve you at any time and I will unsure you that at all times I wilt give prompt attention to your calls, day or nttfnt. Yourn truly, Willis C. Crosby, 2611 No. 24lh St., Telephone Webster 47. Accordion Plea tins;. ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, box pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and styles, hemstitching, plcot edging, em broidery, beading, braiding, cording, eye let cut wo rk.l buttonholes, pennants. IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO.. 800 Douglas Blk. Douglas 1836. VAN AM AN Dreaa Pleating and Button Co. 236-7 Paxton Blk., Douglas 3109. Baths. ELECTRIC Ttirk1:h baths, massage, experi enced operators. Staats' Institute, 1606 Harney, Dg. 7097. Open ovenlngs and Sun. BATH aud massage, tnrnlcurlng, physical culture. Miss Walker. 224 Neville Block. KITTEN HOUSE sanitarium; all kinds baths. 2IH-14 Balrd Blk.. 171b and Douglas. German nurse, massage, baths of all kfnda 228 Neville Block. 16th a "djlarn ey. Brass and Iron Foundries, Paxtcin-Mltcheli Co., 27th and Martha Bts. Carpenters and Contractors. I.RHHA KD fON. 2021 Cuming Tyler 1638. Chiropractic and Spinal Adjustment. Dr. Burhorn, Rose Bldg. Palmer school graduate. Douglas 6347. Accountants, E. A. DWORAK, C. P. A. ft3 etnr Bldg Phnn Doitr "ire Cards. JBf-.ND 10c for dosm finest lln-n vlslllng ranis priniiI with inir rinni". Reliable 1'riril).!,, Dvpt. A. Box 2133, Bee. ANNOUNCEMENTS Bakeries. ORTMAN'S NEW RNntANU BYKKHY. 113 N. ItTtl BBANCHKS PUBLIC MAItKliT AND HATHKN HHOTHKKS. OUR MOTTO "BETTKR BAKKD OOOD8." CAKU3. pastry and fancy bakery Rood, .upplted lo partlea, lodirp. am! .nt.rtaln- tlinnta Z H. K.frter. Hurt N IHth W SSS7 Chiropodists. Carrl. J. Bnrrord. 620 Paxton Btk. Bed U8T. Dancing Academy. DELUXE Sfv TUES,, THURS.. SAT., SUN. EVE. SCHOOL MON. EVE. . Ill S. 18th Mt Op. Fontenelle. GENEVIEVE HAUFLAIRli Telephone Web ster 6336. Detectives. COMPETENT InvektlgHior, evidence secured, civil criminal caaes. 6i9 Paxton. Doug. 60U2 OMAHA DETECTIVE ASSOCIATION. 931 1st Nat'l BankBldg. Phone Tyler 8810. jXil ES ALLAN, 111 Neville Bik. Evidence secured In all casea Tyler 1186. sT Drj6ix"YT6lVpato"nr Hed74oi. Dressmaking. SILK suit specially, 16.60 to $7.00; also any kind of plain sewing. Colfnc 1040. -For'e'ii. dreiininiikcr. Wpb. 3HK7 SSI 4 Pinkney. WILL sew curtains. Ilcitaon 372-W. Lay otTea forbHby, everyth'g romp. Col, 1934. Mrs. H. A. Connelly. 416 Kurtmctl. K. 1794. Terry Dressmaking Co., 20th and Karnam. Electrolysis. Superfluous hair removed by electricity; nee dle work guar'nt'd. Miss A I lender. 624 Bee. Film Finishing. KODAK Films finished. Professional work for amateur photographers. Sund trial roll to Reod Studio, Norton. Kan. IPixtures and Wiring. KlW ttlectrio was blug machines, electric Irons and reading 2328 Cuming St. Douglas 2619. lamps. In sur nee. BANKERS LIFE OF LINCOLN. 918-14 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug 8819. INSURANCE Fire. Tornado, Automobile. C. A. Orlmmel, 849 Omaha Nat. Bank. Masseures. Masssge, chiropody. Mtnnle Nagle, 808-14 Balrd Bldg. 17th and Douglas. D. 8468, MISS HALLE, massage, baths 1600 Harney. D. 7097. MISSMLLT, hath massage. J 322 Farnam St. Miss Burke. Massage. . Room 228 Neville MISS'EaT71nanicuro"nias8agcr2fo."N.'"l7thT Patent Attorneys. PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Inter national Patent Co., 688 Brandela. D. 6691. Roofing. DOES your roof leak? Our product can be put right over shlnglea. Work guaranteed. Call Home Roofing Co., 633 Brandels Bldg. Phone Doug. 77B8. Safes. Q A TTPQ BARGAINS. 1218 Farnam, Deright Safe Co. Theatrical Costumes. THEATRICAL go' as, full dress suits, for rent. 204 N. 17tb. John Feldman. D 1128. Painting and Paper Hanging. TO BKIuHTHN YOUR HUMW SEE FRED PARKS, Wall Paper, Paints and Glass, Picture Framing, Painting and Paper Hanging. 4622 8. 24th. Phone So. 101. Painting, paperhanglng. cleaning. H. 6779. Pianos for Rent. 83.60 per mo. A. Hopse Co.. 1618 Douglas. Towel Supplies. Omaha Towel Bupnly. 807 8. 11th. D. 628. Wedding Stationery. WEDDINO announcements ant printing. Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Doug, 844. Where to Eat. EAT HOME COOKED MEALS NEW DELICATESSEN. 1806 FARNAM. BURROUOHS CAFE. OMAHA, NEB. (Service), LINCOLN. NEB. 816 8. 18th. , 138 8. 18th St. BUSINESS CHANCES . DO NOT BUT STOCK IN OIL DEVELOPMENT COMPANIES, A few hundred or a few thousand shares, bought at 1 cent to 81 per share, gives you such an Indescribably small share In the huge capitalization of the average company that your profits would amout to little or nothing, even though a gusher Is struck. Then there must not be forgotten the old familiar program so dear to the heart of the promoter and so wofl known to the American public of "freezing out" the minority stockholders before "the melon Is cut.'' Buy the land. Own It and everything under It, Profit by the enhancement which surrounding development brings. Drill on It, lease it to a big operating company, build on It, live on It, grow strawberries, grapes, fruit, vegetables, poultry. Do whatever you please with It. Let It be yours without any reservations, restrictions or assessments. 1 Oil Is seeping out in a dozen places throughout my tract; lead haa been found In chunks weighing 19 pounds and pure enough to run into bullets. Other valua ble minerals are In evidence. Well known and successful Kansas City geologist pre dicts oil will be found In paying Quanti ties. For only 826, payable $2.60 monthly, you can buy a one-acre tract within 3 miles of good railroad town (all seepage In adjoining section) and a pro rata inter est In ten 2. 000-foot wells to be drilled. Acre tract owners will own all of the wells and everything produced by them. You cannot possibly lose a cent. Tou are buy ing the land at its present actual value. One lucky strike among the ten wells means a fortune. Land has been Inspect ed and approved by authorities of several states, under their "Blue Sky Laws." Full Information, bank references and letters from dozens of satisfied purchas ers, who Inspected, free. Send today. Willis R. Munger, H-11I, New York Life Bldg., Kannaa City, Mo. FOR SALE -Thoroughly equipped and best poylng weekly paper and Job plant In best farming community In western Ne braska; official county publishing and printing; 1100 Job work now on hook; paper runs two pages advertising a week; can be doubled; add rate 16c Inch; high est Job prices; plant equipped with motors; one man and apprentice can handle work; sworn paid up circulation 1,000; town to have 14 new residences and five new business housea in spring; must sell quick, account other interests. T-M00 gets this bargain, 81,000 cash, balance terms. Don't write unless you mean busi ness. Address Box Y-912, Bee, Omaha. PATENTS THAT PROTECT AND PAT. BOOKS AND ADVICE FREW. Send sketch or model for search. Highest references. Best result a Promptness assured. Watson E. Coleman AX 124 V St., N. W.. WASHINOTON. D. a OPPORTUNITY. Splendid opportunity for msll order huphiflfls; capable of yielding large for tune. Fully protected by patents; stock, literature, printing, everything ready for Immediate results, ((od reason for sell ing. Address Manager, Bog 376, Central 1. O., Toledo, Ohio, BUSINESS CHANCES " KHKK FOR "ONE I MONTH Our weakly magnslne, "Inside Invest rnvnta." is Uovotfd to a financial Idea worthy of consideration. A ri'al "Inside InveMtmcnt" should or ally douhle In value every throe months. Figure for ynurnetf what $100 would amount to In a few yearn If (i.Vftttrtl mid reinvested on thai bun l. Our niasHxIne points the way to making sui'h Investments. ll'.OO pr year. Henri today for one month's froe subscription. Address Mrlnlyre Companies. Limited. 202 Westminster BIcIr., ('htengo. IF YOU ra In thn market fur a buntm-aw, look over the following lint of clemi money-making places: Omaha grocery stores, omnho. drug stores, Omnha nnd Nebraska, pool halts, Omaha, luwa and NehniHka movie shows. Omaha rooming houeea, restaurant a, barber shop ; most any business you desire that will stand the bent of Investigation. &co mo bo fore buj htg. LUND, .. 420 none Bldg. Tyler ?Sfl. A OOOIt OPENINO for a suitable parly to anrure an Interest In eatadllHhed. growing real est (tie com pany. Incorporated under Hie laws of Ne liraika, A lluo opportunity for an active, am bilious man to learn the real estate nnd Insurance business. $1,000 cash re quired. Investment secured and $1 &0 monthly guaranteed from start, Address Box 2169. Bee, THE "FE Bit U AbTy SCORE, of Paid Classified compared with 1918 THE BTCE gained 8961 lines THE NEWS gained 770 lines THE WORLD HERALD LOST .14 lines Figures complied by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an 1ndependentaudlt bureau. MANUFACTURER'S "repreHentstive "wanted to sell for us on commission, large whole salers and manufacturers In hardware, gas, machine shop, mill supply, electric and auto accessory trade. Orders repeat steadily year round. We are thoroughly established with best reputation and plenty capital, (live your references, etc. Stuart, While Terrace, Newark, N. J. SPLENDID OPENINb Manwltn sales' and managerial ability who can Invest $2,000 In capital stock of largest auto accessory firm west of Chicago can secure responsi ble position. Company paying good profit. Need additional capital tu cover new field, Bank and trade ref erencea Bog 1437, Bee. 6IAllHIEDMAN oTxcFentbablts, with twelve years' experience as a banker, de sires to purchase working Interest tn coun try bank or will assist In organising new bank with local parties. Address Box Y-91I, Bee. $100,000 M ANUFACTURINO corporation wants capable man to manage office and salesmen, Possibilities unlimited. From $300 to $700 capital necessary. You han dle own money. Will pay expenses to Chicago If you are man we want Secre tary, 1012 Republic Bldg., Chicago. HIGHEST SPOT CASH PAID for stores and stocks of merchandise, In olty or country ; quick action. OMAHA BALVAGE CO., 760 Omaba Nat Bank Bldg. Tel. Douglaa 1638. UNUSUAL opportunity for good general mercantile business. Centrally located busi ness block to rent or sell. Occupied con tinuously for twenty years by the princi pal clothing and dry goods .Blare, -Will be vacated July 1) rent reasonable, ' Apply to H. W. tllatfclter, Central CI ty, Ne b. HAVE position upon for traas. and credit mgr., large auto accessory firm. Invest ment of (2,000 required. Company paying large divider da. Neef. more money for expansion. Position ptrmanenL Address box iv it, ee. WANTED Will sell capital stock of local corporation In blocks of $200 to $6,000, Over 20 per cent dividends now being paid. Also have position open with Investment for A-l sales manager. Address Bos 1917, Bee. FINE location for general merchandise busi ness. Best farming section, northeast Ne braska, '.'own has water, electrloty, new $;i0,000 high acbool. Large brick store for rent or sale, r 7 870 Bte, . FOR SALE A good up-to-date hotel, atiout 126 rooms, centrally located, near (heaters and business; first-class furniture; fine dining mom. Price $12,000; will trade for first-class city property. Address Box 2173, J3ee. EVERY merchant buys new changeable sign for window advertising. Large metal sign with 270 letters. Your profit 9&o on every $1.60 sale. Changeable Sign Co,. East 10gd St., Cleveland, Ohio. OIL I FORTUNES! Iuvest $2 monthly. Well now down 1,702 feet, showing oil and gas. Write Bennett Co-operative Co., 322 First Nullonal Bank Bldg., Houston, Tex. INVEST $10 In Loo Lick. It's a Ky. prop osition that will make you much for lit tle. An acre of ground may make a mil lion. Write "Loo Lick," 22 Ky. Post Bldg.. Covington. Ky. MOVIE HHUW lease, machines and other equipment, downtown location, big money maker; make offer. LUND, 0 Rose Bldg. Tyler 758. THE only livery and feed barn In good town; will stand Investigation; other busi ness reasons for selling. Call or write Elmer Mlchelnen, Florence, Neb. Flor ence 131, MARRIED MAN OF STEADY HABITS, EXPERIENCED MERCHANT AND BOOKKEEPER, DESIRES TO PUR CHASE WORKINO INTEREST IN SMALL BANK. BOX T 907, BEE. FIRST-CLASS location for garage, corner lot, 120 feet square, best location In good Iowa town; on main line C, B. A Q. Will sell at bargain, on good terms. J. H. Barttett, Vllllsca, la. WANTED, wa have a flue opening for a live young man who can Invest from $2,000 to $5,000 In a well-established wholesale bus iness. Ad dress p. o. box 297, Omaha, Neb. WANTED, young man who"can lnveatfrom $&00 to $1,000 and become traveling sales man with one of the best welling lines In I he west. Address 11. H. 11., p. o. box 297. Omnha. Neb. MANUFACTURERS Let us figure on your dies, tools. Jigs and fixtures. We also do contract manufacturing. Elkhart Stamp ing ft Tools, Elkhart, Ind. FOR SALE A good modern hotel, 90 rooms, first-class furniture, central location, doing good business. Price $8,5(10 ; good rettHon for selling, Address Box 2174, Ut-e. LAROE depL store town of 6,000, has a prominent space to let for a manicurist, dressmaker and fancy goods; expense very llght. BoxY J910, Bee. A DVKRTIHE--Get business everywhere; 25 words In 100 monthlies, $1; 100 weeklies, $2.60; 40 Sunday papers, $10. Cope Agcy., St. Louis. WANTED ReP-.ble lady or gentleman with $300 cash; good clean business; $100 per month guaranteed; money secured. Box 2116, Bee. LET us start you In business for yourself; no Investment required. Send 2o stamp for information. Manager, 916 Andrus Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. WE BUY, we sell motion picture theaters, machines, feature films. Co-operative -A1"1 !nd. ,8"bply Co 110 B"mlgy B'df- IF YOU want to sell or buy a business or rooming house call on Buacb A Borghoff, 780 World-Herald Bldg. Pbone D. 8319. MOTION, picture machine (new end re built), theaters supplied. Omaba Film Exchange. 108 S, 14tb St. COMPLETE fixtures of S-cbatr barber ebop. very reasonable. Miller Hotel. South Omaba, Phone South 19H3. MOVING PICTURE machines, new end re built, all makes; supplies. Western Sup ply Co.. 201 Nat. Bldg i ROOMS, 8200; 14 rooms. $31.0; 10 rooms, $400; 2M rooms. $700. HUFFMAN, 418 Bee Bldg. BUSINESS CHANCES WANTEI t Elt-ot ilc light or telephone plant In Nebraska town, Cunsn, MeCague Bldg. I guarantee sale of any business or real es tate. F. V. Knlest. Bee Bldg.. OmebS. DOWD SALE AND AUCTION i CO.," 112$ W, O. W. Bldg. Red 3386. TOOET In or out of businesscsll on OANUESTAD. 428 Bee Bldg Doug. 8477. Rooming H ouses. NINE-ROOM brick, best location, high itrade furniture, clean nice home and good huslnesa combined. Investigate. Doug. 4080. THN-KOOM rooming lvuis for aale cheap. 2ii9 a 30th. Phone Red 1014. SITUATIONS WANTED WEEKLY RATE. 3 He PER LINE. Business ads, regular rat est 8 Hues one week 40c 8 linos one week. sue Each exl ra lino .20o per week Male." FAHMUHS For nmrrkd or single men. call. write or phone Cunningham Employment Agency- HI 8. Mth 8t. Douglas 1396 Will T E WAS M I NO, windows washed, ruga beaten, floors waxed, polished. Walnut 18tiN. PAtNTINd. denning ami odd Jobs by re liable man. Wm. .Jensen, l til 6 N. 34th. OEOHOli moves sflhse and wilfdo general hiullnx Well -03 WANTEh Work as chauffeur. Experience 6 years. References,Addres Bog2166, Bee. VNTKliioi'itUm as chsuifour ny young man of good habits. Tel. Douglas 8477. Female. AN INTELLIGENT middle-aged woman with soveral years' experience wanls posi tion as ma tinging houaekeeper In first claps Instliute. Best of city references. Address Box 2038, Bee, WANTED Place as housekeeper for wld. owor or bachelor on farm or ranch, by widow with boy 8 years. Mrs. C. Hanson. (Ilerin, Neb. Box 14. . WANTED A position ns housekeeper on a ranch or farm by widow with two children. Address Mrs. Biiort, 608 N. Terry Ave. Peoria, III. MfDDiE-AOED lady would like position si housekeeper or taking care of Invalid lady, best of references. Douglas 8830. REFINED colored lady would like position as houaekeeper for bachelor or taking care of bachelor apts. Webster 167$. P rue i leal nursing or matron with husband's assistance; speaks 8 languages. Web 980. Laundry and Day Work. WANTED By competent while foundress, work to do at home; rough dry, 36o per dos. Call for and delivered. Doug. 9336. poamoNsriien or will take charge of rooming house, beat ref erences Jurnlnhed. Box 2088 Bee. COLORED laundress Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday; good worker. Dnuttlas NH43. FIRST-CLASS laundry, day work or bundle washing. 1629 North 84th Bt. Wab. 6060. EXPERIENCED iaundressi day work, wash ing. Ironing, cleaning. Webster 8913. WANTED By white woman, day work. Mrs. Bewart. Webster 1286, WANTED Fancy, Washing. Silks a si cllaty. Webster 1218. LAUNDRY work wanted by Danish woman. Tyler 1614-W. . . . .' BUNDLE" washing and day work. Wsb- ster 4134. DAY work wanted. Phone Web. 6994, 1ST CLASS Indry. and day work. Web. 2148. Washing and lace curtains done. Tyler 1144. WORK" by"dayor-week, Webster 6499. DAY work, cleaning or Ironing. Web. 7034. Wanted Famiiyhundle washing. Har. 4608, Wanted biindlo wash., ladles' clothes. O. 388. Day work, washing or cleaning. Wal. 2b38. WEEK work wanted, home nights. W. 4921. DAY work or housecleanlng exp. Web. 467. Want day work by reliable woman. Rod 4K50. LAUNDRY or cleaning, day work. Web 8978. Lace curtains nicely laundered. Web. 84HI Colored' woma"n wants dsv work. Web. 840L Exper'ced woman wishes day work. D. 9184. Ex. colored lady wants day work. Har. 6768. BUNDLE washing and Ironing. B. 1624. Hoteli and Restaurants. reliable employment agency. 1610 Davenport St. Douglas 186$. Headquarters for hotel help. HELP WANTED MALE ex i " ' 'i. fo. EST.. DM 'It'.t RETAIL LUM BER BUSINESS IN DESIRA BLE MINNESOTA TOWN. MOOD SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. ONE WHO H PEAKS HERMAN PRE FERRED. POST ION "LST RE FT I USD QUICK. BOX Y hfl, PoKIYJvi.LY OPEN'- NO RED TAPE. Bookkeeper, Uy bank experience $86 Bookkeeper and stenographer, Iowa. ,.$86 Bookkeeper and stenographer, Omaha. $76 Bookkeeper. oral wholesale bouse,... $70 Stenographer, lumber firm . . .$76-$R0 T4ool.kee.per, small bank ,..$U6-$76 Bookkeeper, lumber linn ,.,.$76-$D6 Office clerk, R. R. experience $76 Off Ire clerk, quick at figures. ........ .$"6 Aw 1st tint lumber yard man $06 Stenographer, local Jobbing house $76 Stenographer, Norfolk, Neb 870 Office clrk, good penman $&0 Order clerk, husky young man 846 Office clerk, high school graduate. ,, .840 Automobile mechanic, experienced. 176-9100 ALWAYS BUSY THERE'S A REASON. NO FIl.fNO FEE; only 60 cents to In vestigate references. THE MARTI COMPANY, 1317-18 W. O. W. Bldg. THE FEBRUARY 8CORE. of Paid Classified compared wltb 1918 THE BEE gained $867 lines THE NEW:i gained 770 lines THE WORLD HERALD LOST 14 llnss Figures compiled by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an Independent sudlt 'ureau, BKPR,. able to lake complete charge, $76; steno. and bkpr., $100; retail clerk, $76; retail elk., $(10; steno,, $86; traveling sales man, $100. WESTE11N REFERENCE A BOND ASS'N., Originators of the Reference Business, 762 Omaha National Bank Bldg. U. S. 0(WERNMBNTwanTsc examination, April 13; $76 to $120 month; steady work; common education sufficient. Sample questions free. Write Immediately, Frankll-.t Institute, DepL 238-C, Roches ter, N. T. 3 RTENOS ,. STENO RAILROAD CLERK ...$85.00 .. 76.00 ,, 76.00 LEDGER CLERK 60.00 THE CANO AUKNCY, 600 BEE BLDG. Professions and Trades. BE AN automobile expert In six weeks; our big book tells you how. Rahe's Automo bile School. 601 E. 11th St., Kansas City, Mo. DRUO POSITIONS ALL STATE. CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.. 101,6-lt City National Bank Bldg. HELP WANTED MALE Professions and Trades. WOOD BOX DEPARTMENT. Men of good character for sawing, nailing and trucking; experience preferred, Address Box 20b9, Bee. 'WANTED Kxperieiicul young salesman for drapery and rug section. Give full de tails, staling experience, by whom em ployed, and salary expected. Kaufman Co., Colorado Springs, Colo. WANTED PosTt Ion as painter, 12 years' experience, Will accept out-of-town nr traveling position; references. B 3179, nee. WANTED-CAMP COOKS. CALL ATJ.018 HARNEY. UPHOl-STKRERS WANT KlV-No labor trouble. Steady work. Good pay. h. P. Kate M fg. Co., Ka nsaa ,Hy.MoL WANTCD--Soda"dlspenser with experience. Single. Send reference. Writs at once. H. F. Malka. Chadron, Neb COMMON Tabor, Union Pacific Store Dept. Apply Cass Street Gats, ask for storw- keeper. , T. ANTED Competent drug clerk. Sherman McConnell Drug Co.l6thimdJ5odgeSts. LEARN barber "uade;" low rates now. Call or write BsrberjCollegelJjouglaa i8(t. WANTED atTVnce, first-class meat gutter. WashJngton JMarkM, 1407 ruglBB. MEN who are abia to dig"and nave some mechanical ability. Apply Box 8040. Bee. W A N T R D M ec hanlce, experienced" In In stalling weather strips. Box 317, Pee. Salesmen and Solicitors. LIFETIME Job for honest application writ ers, stock company now collecting nearly two million dollars a year In premtume; offers entirely new form of health and accident Insurance policy; nothing like it anywhere; covers every form of human disability common to both aexes for a limit of $100 a month for $ months; death benefits from $600 to $7,600, according to nature of the accident. Pries $10 yearly, no other charge; accept men and women between 16 and $9 years of age; excellent side line, Some now earning $100 a week. Renewal commissions paid. Address with reference Great Eastern Casualty Co., 710 Laclede Gas Bldg., Bt, Louis. Mo. WERE YOU EVER OFFERED A OROCERY STOREY OUR PROPOSITION IS BETTER. Let us tell you how you can handle flour, canned goods, provisionsan entlro line of groceries, as well as paints, roof ing, slock foods, automobile and machin ery oils and greases. No rent to pay; no Investment tn stock, Large orders taken from samples. Qonds of guaranteed and proven quality. Belling experience not necessary. Very profitable work for "workers. Address R. S. Hill, President Hitchcock Hill Co., Chicago. , Reference: Any bank or express company. WANTED 20 furniture salesmen; apply Mon morning. Beaton & Laier Co., 415 S. 16th. - AUTO LOCKS. - 100,000 oars In use In Nebraska. Every oar needs a Look. "Perry" Is only one reducing Insurance premiums up to 40 , per cent - We have complete line high elass accessories and need salesmen, all or pert time. Bales guaranteed. NATIONAL J TO ACCESSORIES CO.. , Brandels Building, Omaha, - . WANTED SALESMEN. All or part time. Sales Guaranteed. . Our devlos took gold medal California ex position. Every auto ownsr needs. Pre vents spring breakage, makes ear rids 60 per cent sasler. Small selling pilot 100 per cent profit G. L. W. SPRING OILER CO., Brandels Building, Omaha, Neh. ADVERTISING specialty salesman for our complete tins of fine art calendars, slurol num, cloth, fsns, lead pencils, rulers, oel luloid, thermometers, pennants, signs and metal novelties. Exclusive protection given good men In ibis olty and outside terrt torlese Connect wltb the fastest growing specialty house In Nebraska, li. P. floater 4 Co. 18th and Farnam Bts. Fourth Boor. WANTED. Tonng men as auto a ;oeesory salesmen. Earn 830 to $60 weekly. Our line exclusive, well advert laed ind fully guarantee. Testimonials from ttrms. Individual garages and banks everywhere, AUTO DEVICE SALES CO Brandels Bldg.. Omaha. SALESMAN by large manufacturers of! novelty lacs curtains and yard goods, to represent us In Nebraska and South Da kota. Commission basis only. Strong side line. Samples weigh 6 lbs. Address with business references. Stats territory de sired. D. E. Friend, Mgr. Sales Dept., 847 Fifth Ave., New York. SALESMEN I Side line, calling on garages and hardware trade with Oreasotl. Posi tively beat transmission and differential grease; packed In motor cars. Demand enormous. Make $60 weekly by our spe cial credit proposition. Graeplt Mfg. Co.. Chicago, III, ' SALESMEN WANTED Side line; liberal commissions to sell paints and roofings to dealers, etc. We sre long established and goods are well known and advertised. Pocket samples. State territory covered; how often, and lines you carry. DepL 7, L. Ferguson, 816 South First SL. Bt. I)ul, Mo. ADVERTISING SALESMEN. Particularly those who have successfully sold "Syndicate Service." Excellent op portunity, $100 to $500 weekly earnings. To secure attention application must give full details of your business experience, Mershon Advertising Agency, Gas Bldg-, Chicago. 8 P lijci A LTT SALESPEOPLE Men and women to demonstrate and sell the cele brated Imperial Kerosene self-Heating Iron. A high-class article with limitless possibilities of sale. Good territory tor good people. Imperial Brass Mfg. Co., Dept. C, 1311 W. Harrison SL Chi eago, 111, SALESMAN wanted. High grade traveling salesman capable of earning $3,000 and expenses annually. . Staple line to general merchandise trade. Attractive proposition to dealers. Commission contract for 1917. Address Sales Manager, 612 Hearst Bldg., Chicago. SALESMEN, everywhere, sell our 31 -Jewel watches on credit paymenta, $3.60 month. We pay straight salary, all expenses and extra commissions. Reliable goods, per manent positions. Writs The Pope Co., Longvlew, Tex. SALESMEN We have a dandy new, live, up-to-date merchandise premium proposi tion for side-line salesmen, to be sold in towns of less than 100,000 population. We lake back all unsold goods. Pays $5.00 commission. Write today. Can field Mfg. Co., 303 rtlxel st Chicago. LIVE wirs only to got In on ground floor selling famous Utility Safety First Khaki "Coverall" ,on commission basis only. If , you are selling cheap overalls do not answer. Give full particulars In first let ter. Utility Garment Co,, Chicago .V