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THE BEE: OMAHA, APRIL 1917.
Want-Ad Rates 0SK THE TELEPHONE If you cannot con VMtkntly brina" or semi in your tug. Ask for Want Ad Taker ind you will re , celv. the name good arrvk-o aa when de livering your ed at thl offlrp. FIIONK TV1.KB 1000. WANT A COLUMNS CLOSE: EVBN1NU EDITIONS 12:00 M. MORNINf EDITIONS 10:00 P. M. KO An TAKEN FOR I.ESH THAN tdr, ONE TIMB. IIR 1.K.MK TH AN I Or A KAY. 1CAHH WITH OHIlr.R. P tM Solid IN" Display). PEH WOHD, EACH INSERTION. If Paragraphed or Displayed In Larger Type: He pprlfne one time 7o per line, 2 or more 'consecutive Insertions. SITUATIONS WANTKD. Weekly rate 20c per line CARD OF THANKS. nKATH AND FUNKRAi. NOTICKS. 10c per Hue O'-h insertion (Minimum chartee, 60 cents.) MONTIU.V RATE FOR STANDING ADS. INo change of copy allowed). One line II" Two llnea or more It. 20 ALL FORKICIX ADVERTISINO I'NDER HKLP WANTED CLASSIFICATIONS: Sc per word one time lHc per word, two or more consecutlvo in sertion. RPKT1AT. COMBINATION HTK. On Land, Poultry and Other Advertising. THE OMAHA BEE (over 60,000 -dally, i 201a CENTURY FARMER (over 110,000 weekly). A combined circulation which will reach both the city and rural resident. Special Reg. Hates. Rate. 2 Insertions In Omaha Bee sod 1 Insertion In 20th Century Farmer, per word 6c 7c 7 insertlona In Omaha Bee and 1 Insertion In 20lh Century Farmer, per word ........ 10 Vac 12c (Contract rates on application.) Movie Program Current offerings to the Motion Pic ture Theater In Omaha. (Change Daily.) Downtown. RINCEHS, 1317 DOUULAS MOLLY KING IX THE "MYSTERY OF THE DOUBLE CROSS" "KINO RIVALS" North. DIAMOND, S4TH AND LAKE ' PEARL WHITE, In "PEARL OF THE ARMY" VALKVRIKN, In 'THE 1MAOR MAKER" URA.ND, S4TH AND BINNEY WILLIAM DESMOND, "THE ICED BULLET" HHOP, 21TB AND LOTHROP RETURN' ENGAGEMENT "THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE" AND COMEDY RK, 1DTH AND CALIFORNIA TINT MARSHALL. In "THE MAI1PIE" "SPIKES HUSY BIKE" L-KO AND ANIMATED WEEKLY South. )LLO. 2TH AND LEAVENWORTH VIOLET MERSEREAU, "SUSAN'S GENTLEMAN" BOULEVARD, 93D AND LEAVENWORH BABY MARIE OSBORNE IN 'TWIN KIDDIES." FAVORITE, , 1718 VINTON ' "THE MAGIC MIRROR" "NEWLY WEDS MISTAKE" "CANIMATED NOOZ" , 16TH AND DORCAS MRS. VERNON CASTLE, CHAPTER NO. I, PATRIA." West. 2565 FARNAM ONE GOOD PICTURE and REFINED COMEDY South Side. J4TK AND H XiiEDA BARA. in "THE TIOEK WOMAN" AND COMKDT 1 ORPHEUM, 24TH AND M y BESSTE LOVE, in "NINA THE FLOWER GIRL" METRO DREV. COMEDY Deaths & funeral hotices. GAUUIIAN Mrs. Like, aged 63 yrs, died Humlay, April I at T;5fl p. m. She In sur vived by her husband, and the following children: Mra. J. M. Tyler. Messrs. Ed ward W. Gaughan of WlchltaJtan.: James A. flaughan, John L, Uaughan, Peter J. Claushan, and Mra. Loula Crosn letter, South Omaha. Funeral will be held from the residence, SSllq atreet to St, Agnes church, Wed nesday morning at I o'clock. Burial will ho In fit. Mary's cemetery. WINTER Jean M., beloved wife of L. H. Winter, died Monday, Aprll t, age 29 yeara, She la eurvtved, besides her hue band, by two brothers. H. J. jRcBurney, Kaneaa City,., Mo., W. T. McBumey, Omaha, and two sisters, Mm. W. A. Autry, Richmond, Cat., and Mra. F. R. Auer of Omaha. Funeral services at residence, B64S Our field St, Benson, Wednesday at 2:S0 p. m. Friends welcome, interment West Lawn cemetery. LANK Mrs. Mary. April 9. 78he Is sur vived by one eon. William, and three daughters, Mrs, Mnmln Huuey, Mrs. Rath er In e Daly, Miss Myrtle. Funeral Wednesday morning from real- . d tin re, 3031 Leavenworth St,, at 8:30 a. m. to St. Peters rburch at t oVIock. Inter ment Holy fiepulutaer cemetery. Auto serv ice. BORENSKN Joseph H., son of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Sorensen, at the residence. 2114 Spencer St.. Monday. April ff, age 22 years. Funeral from St. Mark's Lutheran church, 20th and Burdette, Wednesday, April 11, S p. m. Interment Forest Lawn cemetery. MCAFFREY Dennis, Hft-d 49 years. Ho Is survived besides his wire by five children, Funersl Wednesday morn In it from resi dence, 4tlR Brown St., at IT.afl a. m. to Holy Angels' church at I o'clock. Inter y ment Holy Bepulcher cemetery. t 'JlLLSUNAda M.. April lb79lfc," aged' 63 years, 1 month and SS days. ' Funeral from family residence, 408 ( nice go Bt Thursday, April 12, at 1 p. m. Interment Qulncy, 111. St. Louis pa- pen pieaae copy. Monuments and Cemeteries. The largettdlsp1ay In the United States. FRANK HVOBODA, 1318-H 8. 13lh. rhones Douglas 171-11516. FLORISTS. HE1NG members of the National Florists' Telegraph Delivery association, we are In position to deliver flowers on short notice anywhere in the V. 8, or Canada. Hess m Kwnb.de. Florists. LARGEST assortment of fresh floweri. L. HENDERSON. 1519 FARNAM Pnntatiall. yiorl.t, LEE L. LARMON JSlsjlouilaiBt; Donilaa 1141. PARKER riowar shop. 411 H. 16th. D. iTo:. &ATH. National Florist. 180. Farnsm St. A. DONAOHLiE. 122 Harnsy. Doug. lOOli FUNERAL DIRECTORS. IIULIIB A RIKPEli, aodertak.r. and tm- oaimsra, TCI a. utn. Douilaa 111. El.TFT JOHNSTON, embalmars and tu neral dlnctora. 717 i. UthSt. Tyler 17, JOHN A. GENTLEMAN, undartakar and . amoaimar. a.zt lvnworlD. uouir. issl. BUILDING PERMITS. Anton IlUzek. 1416 Fort, frame dwelllna. $00; Union Investment company, 4818 j-'ougias, irime dwelling, is.ooei H. Skog tnan, 102 South Forty-first avenue, brlrk veneer dwelling, 17,100; K. Krummea, 1X01 1 AiUth Viflv.Mi-mnil vmiiib f rst ma atwalllnv t'. ofi; Annie Marklcwlca, 4J2I Sharp, frame WTrviung. f.vv. J MARkiAGE LICENSES. - The following permits to wed have bui Isxued : Name and Residence. Ag. Warren R. Wilson. Dee Moines, la 28 Margaret P. Mack. Hartlngton. Neb 28 Andy Tuenattls, Omaha SS Florence Dire keen, Omaha 20 Tracy Karl McCandelf. Blnlr. Neb 23 Annie I. Jacobaon, Hlalr, Neb.... 19 Guy O, Eldridge. Omaha 21 ElKle rjerron, omaba IS Robert P. Hamilton, jr.. Omaha.. 23 Mary J, Stroud, Omaha 20 Mutt S. hlcker. Omaha 2? Armella achlnker, Omaha ... v ........ . ' Albert B. Peck, Omaha 21 Gladys I.. Newcomer. Omaha 20 Warren A. Howard, Omaha over 21 Ruth Gould, Omaha over U Frank Slllen, Council Bluffs, la 2 Uelt-n Dunk, Council UlCffu, la , 1 Ernest W. Truman, rr., Lincoln, Nab.ovr 21 .vljiry McXaniara, Omaha over It Paul C. Diirfietil. Fremont. Neb Laura A. achleibliiser, Yutan, Neb 18 WtlHam J. Mnrchnm, St. .To8?ph, Mo... 36 Knitllri A. Grumwald, St. Joseph, Mo.... 26 B 1KTHS A N U DEATH S. Hirths Meyer ami Dora Caren, 1715 Web ster, glr! : Frank Albert and Charlotte Amanda flandreen, 3022 Corby, girl; Henry Lillian Skokan, 4711 South Twenty- nrt, girl, P. L. and Frances Perkins, 3221 I'-att, boy; Joseph and Mary GablT, 3622 HlonUo, boy: Curtis B. and Edith M. cook. 4426 South Twnnty-aecond, girl; John T. rind Lucy oanlce, Florence, boy; JTmik and Katlo I.u tier, fltio North Twenty-elchth av- inue, girl; Jcnon and Dora Adeken, 4702 North Thlrly-third, girl. Deaths William H. Lee. 79 years. 1401 South Eighth; Fred H. Seldel, :! ycara. filS Shuth Twentieth; Jennie E, liaker, ..8 yearn. K'10 Capitol avenue; August Carlson. 35 years, 4643 Dodge; Abe M. Perry, 63 years, hospital; Pauline Miller, 1 year, 2536 Capi fol avenue; Rudolph Zimmerman, 25 yeara. hospital; Ka ferine Kucerlk, 68 years, 6M4 Seuth Twenty-second; Elizabeth E. Van Ntiss. 48 years, hospital. LOST-FQUND-REWARDS IF you 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 nr value, or a keepsake or value only to the owner, Is to Insert a small ad. Tho owner of the article in most canon la will ing to refund thftcoKt of advertising, OMAHA ft (OV N C nBl70"F FIj-flTRBET RAILWAY COMPANY. Persons -having lost noma article would do well to call up the office of the Omaha ft Council Bluffs Street Railway Company to ascertain whether they left It In the steeet car. Many articles each dny are turneH In and the company Is aVixlous to restore them to the rightful owner. BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE. The reasons for the growing popularity are Best Results and a Rate of lo per word. When you want both of tha above, CALL TYLER 1000. LOST Flexible platinum bracelet,, set with forty diamonds, lost soniewhertr on street, probably in shopping district, March 28. 3100 reward If returned to Guarantee Clothing Co.. 103 Bo, 16th St. LOST A silver engrav.nl case, striped with blue. Reward. Leave case with Mr. An demon, Office. LOST Black hand bag between Thirty- third and Dodge, or Bath, Florist's. Re turn to Bee office. FOUND a sanitary Soda Fountain. GREEN'S PHARMACY. 16lh and Howard, FOR SALE Miscellaneous Furniture and Household Goods AUCTION SALE. FURNITURE, RUGS AND COMPLETE. HOUSEFURNISHINGS OF A 16-ROOM HOUSE, AT 1310 S. S2D STREET. Wednesday, April 11, sale starts promptly at 1 p, m. consisting of complete law library, good aa new, cost about $200; 10 large rugs, 8 dressers, sewing machine, 3 dining tables and chairs, 10 rocking chairs, buffet, bookcase, library tablet, wardrobes, gas stoves and plates, sanitary cou'hea and pads, 8 VeniU-Martln bed springs and matreasei, geveral chiffoniers, about 18 bedspreads, 28 sheets, table linen, picture, lace curtains, lawn mower, garden tools, kitchen cabinet, dishes, cooking utensils and hundreds of articles too numerous to mention. Take tho Hanscom Park west side car. Sale starts at 1 p. m., Wednesday, April 11, at 1319 B. 326 St. JAMES h. DOWD, AUCTIONEER. AUCTION. 1 Don't forget the big auction sale of the complete furnishings of a 16 -room house TODAY at 1311 S. 82d St. Sale start at 1 p, w, JAMES L. DOWD. Auctioneer. BARGAINS IN FURNITURE. I gas stoves, 5 each; 26 beds, $1 each; I Ice boxes, ruga of all kinds, tables, chairs, china kitchen cabinets, buffets, dressers, trunks, suitcases, leather daven ports. Alt ktndi of bedding, Full line of poultry netting. 1030-47 N. 24th St. Tel. Webster 1007. Open till 8 p. m. AUCTION, 3 P. M. This Is the biggest opportunity ever ortered tn Omaha to obtain high grade furniture, ruga and stoves at youn. own price. We must vacate our warehouse. Our loss Is your gain. STATM FURNITURE CO., 14th and Dodge Sis. BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE. The reasons for the growing popularity are Best Results and a Rate of lo per word. When you want both of the above. CALL TYLER 1000. Comp, ltne of H. H., office furn. rofrig, gard nose, tciroia and lea coilers. Loyal Furn. Co., ?1 N. lth: City Furn. Co., 107 8 14th. BEAUTIFUL golden oak dining room set and gas range; leaving city; must sell at once. 288tt Ohio St. RUSH right down and get your share of all ainns vurmture at sacrifice. oo N. 16th. Eclipse gas stove, 16; kitchen cabinet, 83; areaaer, in; library table, 87. web. b14. GAS stove for sale. Call Web. 2080. Barrels and Boxes. 2D-HAND harrcls, carload lots a specialty. aicfteirnan warrei co.t aamj-H $t s. Bide. Billiards and Pocket Tables. FOR SALBTLLURD TABLES, Brand new carom and pocket, wllh complete outfit, 1160; second-hand tables at re duced prices; bowling alley and supplies; easy payments. Cigar store fixtures a specialty. Sond for catalogue. THE HRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO., 407-40 South lOUl St. Harness and Saddlery. WE make thorn ourselves and sell direct to consumer: no middleman's profit. Why pay two profits for Inferior goods when you can gel high grade goods at first costT .Alfred Cornish $ Co., 1210 Far nsm at., umana. xscd. Printing and Office Supplies. COMMERCIAL Duplicating Co.. also public Steno. Phone tor prices. Douglas 2803. 6io fax ton Bin. GET our prices on Job printing. UNITED BTATES PRINTING CO., Bee Bid. Douglas 1l7i. WATBR8-BARNHARDT Pig. Co., quality pnnting. rat, noug, jisd. tz s. lath at. Lumber and Building Materials. SAVE HALF on beams, columns. brlckTR Gross Lumber and Wreck. Co. Web. 2884. Machinery and Engines. NEW AND SKCOND.HAND MOTORS, EXPERT RLKCTRTCIAN8 AND MACHINISTS. LB BRON ELECTRICAL WORKS, 218-10 B. 12th St., Omaha. Nurseries, Seeds and Plants. FINE NURSERY STOCK AT SALES UHOUND, 16TH AND DAVENPORT. UATH CITT NURSERY. DOUG. SOSO. M. P. BYRD NURSERY CO. 11th and Can. Itol, moved from 17th and Dodge. Office, u. ivsw. r.r. ana nes col. 343V. web. 3(142, Sewing Machines. DEWING MACHINES We rent, repair, sell beedles and parti w kii sewing, mac nines. MICK EL'S NEBRASKA CYCLH CO.. loth and Harney Bta. Doug, 181 Store and Office Fixtures. ONE addreasograDh machine. 1 nmchin for addressing carda. 73 traya and one cabinet fora holding trays. Apply at Beaton A. Laler's office, on balcony of jb( noor ok tn uartman Furnltura com pany. s . FOR SALE Miscellaneous Typewriters and Supplies. TYPEWRITERS eoirt, rented and repaired. Typewriting Comny. D. 1284. tor lint. Midland Typ. Co., 1404 Dodge. Miscellaneous. 8ECOND.HAND merry-go-round for aale cheap. C. j. Palm, park man ager, Omaha ft Council Bluffs Street Railway Co., Omaha, Neb. iFOR SALE Buffalo scale, S.500 lbs, capac ' Ity; good condition. We are replacing siime with larger scale, necessitated by purchase of automobile trucks. McCaffery Uros. Co., Tyler 40. 120 8, 17th St, OMAHA PILLOW CO., Downy Comforters made over Just like new. All your own feathers back when we renovate. We call for and deliver. 107 Cuming. Doug. 24(17. DESKK, Huteu, scales, ffhowcasen, shelving, etc. We only sell. Omaha Fixture and Supply Co., 414-18 8. 12th. Doug. 2724. DRY KINDLING WOOD. ACME BOX COMPANY. HARNEY 1837. SWAPPERS' COLUMN IF YOU HAVE Home article that has out lived Its usefulness to you mako up a little ad and run It In this column at lc per word. You will be more than pleased with the remarkable offerings you will receive. One or two Insertions In nearly all cases are sufficient to get what you want. TRY IT TODAY. 5-P1ECE bedroom set, colonial styta, black iNui, urU BiinriKa ana oeeiy mattress, worth 1400. Will trade for 1-carat dia mond. Douglas 7180. WE swap and buy kodaks; films developed irae; one-nay service, Kase Kodak Studio, Neville Blk., Ifith and Harney. WANTED TO BUY, BEST RKSULTS A FAIR RATE. Tho reanons for tho growing popularity are Best Results and a Rate of lo per word. When you want both of the above CALL TYLER 1000. DESKS DESKS DESKS New desks, used desks, bought, sold and traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. D. 8146. GET THE FULL VALUE FOR YOUR 2D- hand ULUTiiKS and SHOES. Will call. Give us a trial. Phone Douglas 6133. JENKINS Pay highest price for JJJimilNO clothes. ihoM. fn.nl.. etc. Red 3297. Res.. Douglas 8032. SELNEK will treat you right; best prices pam ior furniture and clothes. Call Web. 1847 or South 1(588. IF YOU II.. VE ANY FURNITURE FOR nAura, i:ai,j LIMUEHBAUM, WEB. 7483. DIAMONDS 409 8 16th 8L Uin.m.JViUdSOh BERGMAN A CO. WE wilt pay very good prices for your old '-an us nrst. Doug. (.914. WANT pool hall or grocery store. .ju none mug, l'none Tyler 753. IF YOU HAVE ANY FURNITURE FOR on it rj irAiiij jjUWDBRBAUM, WEB. 7483, B. LAYTIN pays highest prices for old ciotnes. snoes and hats. Phone Tyler 630. WANTED TO BUY Few cows, fresh In middle of summer. Call S. 2015. SMALL let crushing machine. Call Doug- HOOKS, bought. meaeiLoyal Hotel Bldg. Hjghest prices for 2-hand clothes. T.1S34-W. ANNOUNCEMENTS CALL Smith Taxi Co., Douglas 580. Cadlllao b, iimouatnes and touring cars. Accountants. E. A. DWORAK, C. P. A. pas Kainge-Bldg. Phone Doug. 3169. Accordeon Pleat inc. ACCORDEON, side, knife, sunburst, bo im pi. i nig, coverea nutions, all sizes and styles, hemstitching; plcot edging, em broidery, beading, braiding, conling, eye let cut work, buttonholes, pennants. IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO., 200 Douglas Illlt. Douglas 1J36. VAN ARM AN Dress Pleating and Button v,o., t.it-f rax ton hik. Douglas 8109. Carpenters and Contractors. LEflSARD A SON, 2021 Cuming. Ty. 1682. Auto Ambulance. OUR new Invalid coach is now tn service. rrornpt attention to all calls, either day or night. W.-C, Crosby, Webster 47. Bakeries. ORTMAN'S NEW BfN GLAND BAKERY, 313 N. 18TK. BRANCHES PUBLIC MARKET AND HAYDEN BROTHERS. OUR MOTTO "BETTER BAKED GOODS." MOORFIELD'B sulphur steam baths for lame hiiu Benin-men, natural mineral water. Opposite Postofflce. Oeo. S. Con- vtinnon, aim ana jq. rnone BOUtn 3932. MASSEUSE by Apt,; manicuring, physical uu. misn naiaer. as nevuie IK, l. 4297. R1TTENHOUSB Sanitarium ; all kinds baths. Haira hik.. i7tn and Douglas. CENTRAL Bath Ipalltute, 1606 Harney. J'OUJ, VVVf, Anna Flaher, sulphur batha. mass. D. 16B9, Brass and Iron Foundries. Paxton-Mitcholl Co., 37th and Martha Sta. Cards. SEND lOo for dosen finest linen visiting caraa pnniea wun your name. Reliable Printing. Siept, A. Box 2132, Bee. Chiropractic and Spinal Adjustment. Dr. Burhorn, Rose Bldg. Palmer school graduate. Douglas 6341., ChiroDodists. Carrie J. Burford, 620 Paxlon Blk. Chiropractors. Drs. 8. hy. BHIInghm, 20fi3 Farn. D. 7608. Dancinar Academv. DR TJTXR 1)ALL TUBS.. THURS.. XJXJ UUVCi SAT., BUNEVB. SCHOOL EVK. 111S. 1 S th St..Xp. Fontenelle. Fixtures arid Wirintr. DTTPTiTTN 3ltrlo washing machines. lamps. 3353 Cuming St. Douglas 2619. Pianos for Rent. $3.60 per mon. A. Hoape Co.,' 1612 Douglas. Defective OMAHA DETECTIVE ASSOCIATION, 931 1st Nat'l Hank Bldg. Phone Tyler 1510. JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence -yu.u i.i ali vut.ua, iymr not, 8. D. JOLLY, 613 Tax ton. Red 740 1 . 'ft-.. 1. ahSlCSOMiaiWlIg. MRS. M. T. Mottas. 638 6. 27th. liar. 8931 SUh suit specialty, plain sewing. Col. 1040. WILL sew curtains. Benson 372-W. Mrs. R. A. Connelly, 415 Karbach. R. 1794. TERRY Dressmaking Co., 20th and Farnam. MaMatnraa Massage, chiropody. Minnie Nagle, 108-14 " "ma-, mn ana uougiss. V. 3468. CENTRAL Bath Institute, 1506 Harney. 'UK. vvwi, MISS LILLY, bath, massage. 1322 Farnam. Hat Cleaners. ALL kinds hats cleaned and reblocked: la dies' hats special. 1620 Harney. R. 4873. Houseclcaning. ODD Jobs, paint and floor varnish, flna paint and carpet cleaning by our rug .iuitw, ioijk. ) 811, WE'LL clean your house from top to bottom. Prices ronmnshln Tiaa T .... . evaporates. DOUg. 7841, t, Furniture painted or varnished. Call Col. 620, Insurance. BANKERS LIFE OF LINCOLN, 313-14 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 2819. STURGES A 8TURGES. U. S. and foreign pmcim nq trauemaras. 830 Bee Bldg. PATENTS procured, bought and sold Inter, national Patent Co., 683 Brandels. D. 8691. Ragtime. Learn to play popular music !n 24 lessons. 8916 N: 24th. Phone Web. 3068 after 8 p. m. Roofing, DOES you roof leak? Our product can be put right over shingles. Work guaranteed, v Call Home Roofing Co., 633 Brandels Bldg. m Fhona Doug. 7768. Rug Manufacturers.-' FLUFF rugs, rag rugs, carpet cleaners. " J, W. Fotcar it Co., 1542 S. 24th. D. 3S11. Shoe Parlors. SIIIINE, clean, bronia. 1833 Farnam. ANNOUNCEMENTS SITUATIONS WANTED Painting and Paper Hanging. Laundry and Day Work. ' TO BJtlOHTEN TOUR HOME Want day work by rellaMe oroan. Red 450? . SEB,B,E?,'A"K , . Ep. woman wanta day wort. D. .184. Wall Paper, Paint, and Olass, Plctur. - ; . . . rrr; Framln. Palming and Paper Hannlnf. WANTED Day work. Call a.pat.r all. ' 422 8. 2lh. Phone B. HI. DAY work or houseckanlnt, eip. Web. 4657. I CHAS. CLAPP for paintlnt; and paperbang. DAY work wanted. Webster 2327. . In; estimate! free. Phone South .44. Cleaning. dayoThr. Mrs. Scott. Web. 74. i Palntlnar. paperhanglrat, cleaning. H. 677. Coli ornan wanta day work. Web. 3101. Safei. Miacellaneoua. SAFES BROJA'u.BrW"'kTr"oW" Prtle. that wiTnTiaVden. plowed. W. 6217. Theatrical Costumes. THEATRICAL owna. full dress .nils for HELP WANTEDMALE rent. 204 N. 17th. John Feldman. D. 3128. , Towel Supplies. Stores and Offices. . , , .;" ' . ... COST CLERK, 76 to 8t; Office Clark, 175; Omaha Towel Sopply, 207 8, 11th. P. 2. l.,,,,, CXt BkKpr au0,. Wedding Stationery. rapher, $75; ortic clerk, tso; orrtce WEDDING announcement, and prlntlnr Clerk, 135; Office Boy, 1:6 to 330; Shlp- Douglaa Prlntln. Co., Tel. Doue. 44. Clerk, 178. ir 7 p WATTS REK. CO. 1133 First Nat. Bk. Bldir. CAT T.rriic- rfj-vcrk ii-vatc WANTED Assistant bookkeeper, one who r.A I rlUMfc,-CULrVC.D M tALa. has had eiperlence with automobile shop NEW DELICATESSEN, 180 FARNAM. work preferred. Address Boi 2732. Bee. BIJRROUOHS' CAFE. 4 MALE STENO $75.$0 OMAHA, NEB, (Service) LINCOLN, NEB. BOOKEEPER t. 80 318 B. lth. 132 S. 13th St. THE CANO AOE.NCY, 600 BEE BLDG. ' ASSISTANT bookkeeper, youns maa with RI TIINIFQC. CHANrrQ some experience preferred; salary de- OUJIllCja LflfttLJ pends; 150 to 360. Box 2734, Bee. BOOKKEEPER, large mfg. rm. $75. LUMBER YARD. THE MARTI CO., 1817 W. O. W. Bldg. Established 7 year. In the most active "'I " "?rl'ZL.X?fZ! building district In Omaha. Will be sold ""L T. ' recommendation. at Invoice on account of the dissolution ." " of co-partners. Corner plot, 150x180. with TIM BKEEPEK, young man, $6. Union Pacific spur. Full equipment of THE MARTI CO., 1817 W. O. W. Bldg. frne horses and wagona. Price about $18,- PrnfRRinna anri TrnVa 000. Lumber spot cash, but liberal terms iTOteSSIOnS and irafleS. will be given on the ground. Call at our PRINTER WANTED Job and ad man, one office; no Information given by letter or who can handle presses. Steady Job In phone. modern office for reliable, ateady man. To commence work within week. Advance, SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., Holsteln. la. ALL-ROUND automobile machinist; one 4323 South Mtb Street. that la capable of taking charge of .Bop; -1- no other need apply; steady work for the right party. Lock Box 446, Valentine, OIL INVESTMENTS. -5 WANTED A good shoemaker at one. A Have 3.000 acres of valuable oil and gas man capable to do anything; steady work lease, with 30 producing wells. In shallow for the right man; no boozers need apply, fllelds; have one-half Intereat In 2,000 Address Geo. II. Schreefer, Grand Island, acres In wildcat stuff, good geology dope. Neb. with well drilling, all located In Kan- THOROUGHLY COMPETENT flour packws eaa. Have two complete atrlngsot tools wanted for steady work; state If married ,5m "?,a1S "niS'"'- . , or "lnle n(1 lve rfrences. Address ' . sell for $150,000, property paying P(),tomce BoI 36, 0mahl. 20 per cent on this amount and not one- ... , tenth drilled up. A good proposition for WANTED First-class upholsterers; good a new Block company. Address Boa 485, wages; steady work; open shop; give ref- Independenre, Kan. erenc. In first letter. A. JEPSEN A . SONS. Denver. Colo. s SOUTH SIDE OPEININGS. WANTED At once, a granite cutter; must be able to handl. pneu. tools. Address Meat market, delicatessen, store, black- Stuart Marbla and Granite Works, Stuart, smith shop, stationery atore, real estate la. Steady work to right man. office, bank and many other good oppor- WANTED A man to do bushellng and op- tunltle. listed exclusively with the erat. a ateam press; steady work; good oraTi-ir wages. Wire or write. Cherokee Dry SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. Cleaning Works, Cherokee. Ia. 4025 Bouth 24th St. WANTED Sixv first-class stove plate mol ders for floor work; steady work. Security ' .BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE! Kan.atyMMo C" 0',k"""' the reasons for the growing popularity - . ar. Best Results and a Bate of lc per WANTED BLACKSMITH IN NEW, GOOD word. LOCATION, CONNECTED WITH AN IM. When you want both of the abov, PLEMENT BUSINESS. HILAND, NE- CALL TYLER 1000. BRASKA. HIGHEST SPOT CASH PAID for stores and ELECTRICIANS ATTENTION Wanted atocka of merchandise, in city or country; flrst-clasa wlreman. Steady work. Good quick action. ' wages, ffhos, Durltln. 222 Cuming St. OMAHA SALVAGE CO., WANTED Automobile mechanic with 750 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. mall capital: fine opportunity. In .outh- Tel. Douglas 1832. eastern Nebraska. Box 2128, Bee. BRANCH MANAGER wanted by Omaha DRUG POSITIONS ALL STATE, manufacturer; must furnish god refer- CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO., til", t" Ve." ',,;000,t: .,M0(I' Perm- 1015-16 City National Bank Bldg. nent position for the right party. Address Box 8220, Bee WANTED Experienced body builders and ANEXCEPTIONAL offer In a confectionary S'Vi'" C" ator. located In close proximity to hospl- tal and school. $500 will handle. George LEARN barber trade; low rates now. Call D. Knapp, 762 Omaha National Bank or write Barber College, 1124 Douglas St, building. , ATTENTION ELECTRICIANS! HOTEL, 21 rooms, nicely furnished, with Keep away from Omaha. Trouble on. cafe catering to university and seminary FOUR first-class aolderera. Hlcka Returning trade. $500 will handle. George D. Co.. 3013 Cuming St. Knapp, 762 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. for sale Billiard hall with Ave pool Salesmen and Solicitors. and on. billiard tables; fixtures nearly WANTED Salesman who are olean, of good new; good stock on hand. J. W. 'ail- appearance and personality to sell a lot nec,t. Proprietor. Red Cloud, Neb. proposition to the citizens of Omaha x- CAN uae good man with small capital to cluslvely. Salesmen who are willing to . travel with State Right Feature Films. hustle can earn from $150 to $200 a month. Experience not necessary. Manager 210 '"'e business contains the greatest of Bromley Bldg. "" v ' merit and I. well and favorably known IF YOU want tV. .ii k.... - , l to all in tht. city. Call for Mr. Shade, iff tuu want to sell or buy. a business or ona withnnti tii i rooming house call on Busch & Borghoff withnell Bldg. 730 World-Herald Bldg. Phone D. 3310 ADVERTISING apecialty salesman for our Motion nit.ir. ... , ' complete line of line art calendars, alum!- bullS theaters Su?d 'n W " clh' "" 'd "ec1"- r'"8' '- Exchanae l l a ii?S . n""!a F"m '"'"I", thermomsters, pennant., sign, and "-SSSiyjiJ Li!i5Sl: metal noveltle Exclusive territory aa- 1. ii. ,fICTE "chlnes, new and re- signed. Connect with the fastest growing nuiit, an makes; supplies. Western Sup- specialty house In Nebraska. M. F. Shafer ply Co., 201 Nat'l Bldg. at Co.. 12th and Farnam 8ta fourth floor. Ti.xTn.c,i?.'r,.0.l'L0' buale call on EXPERIENCED stock salesman wanted to OANQESTAD. 422 Bee Bldg. Doug. 3477. tell preferre? stock for an Omaha Co., I guarantee sale of any business or real es- tnat s conducting a profitable business tate. F. V. Knlest, Bee Bldg., Omaha and wn0 ean furnish bank and commercial FOR SALE Small store, $200; living rooms. agency reference. Address Box 2139, Bee. A. Brown, 2812 Webster St., Omaha. ' experienced man wanted to promote ' DOWD SALE AND AUCTION cri ifis 'tock ln8T for a Nebraska corporation W. O. W. Bldg Red 3286 ,h,t ls operating and doing a profitable ' business; good referenc. required. Ad- Rooming Houseg. dresa Box 2202. Be.. , 8 ROOMS of line furniture all tilled' a WANTED Salesmen- to sell Perry auto bargain; part cash; save commission 'and locks direct to auto owners. Commission buy from owner. 214 s. 25th St And guarantee, all or part time. National , Auto Accessories Co., 886 Brandels Bldg. BiimimA WANTED Salesman to aelt to banks, manu- S1TUATIONS WANTED facturers and general supply houses, our . war maps for advertising. C. S. Hammond V.EEKLY RATE, 20c PER LINE. Co., 30 Church atreet, New York. Hn., nn." week' ""Xl" . SALESMAN wanted tor good territory; p.r- 3 line. 2. :::::::' it san,,nt po,mon- mu"""" b" c- Each extra line. Vo'o' per 'week i WANTED Two live salesmen to call on Male. auto owners. Call Doug. 6002. MARRIED MAN, 30, desires connection with WANTED Good real estate aalesman. 420 firm where promotion follows hard work. Rose Bldg. Tyler 753. Can write forcefull business letter, operate , e , , typewriter, fair penman and quick at fig. iracitv ScnOQIS. urea. The past twelve years were spent In AUTO MECHANICS. the government service, resigning recently EARN BIG MONEY. to take up something having a more at- Never Idle Big Demand. tractive future. References as to my char- Easy to Learn by Our Methods. acter and can show my ability, It given NATIONAL AUTO TRAINING ASSN., the opportunity. Interview desired. Ad- 2817 N. JOth St., Omaha. dress Box 2750, Bee. ' Send for. Free Catalogue. CALL or write for our free illustrated cata BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE. logue explaining how we teach tho barber The reasons for the growing popularity trade quickly by actual experience, care are Beat Results and a Rate of lo per ful Instruction, etc.;' largest modern word. equipped barber college In the west. When you want both of the abov. Moler'. 110 S. 14th, Omaha, Neb. (Eatab- CALL TYLER 1000. listed 1833.) NIGHT AND DAY SCHOOL Autos and SITUATION by young married man. Ten electric starters. For particular, call , years In painting and decorating business. Douglas 4473 or write us. Wholesale house preferred. Anything AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE COLLEGE. considered. Address Box Y 045, Bec Temporary address. 407 8. 20th St.,rOmaha. FIRST-CLASS enrpenter wants day work LEARN barber trade; be Independent; more and odd Jobs. Estimates larrnished. Tyler than make your expenses while learning, Wages or percentage. We don't over- EXPERIENCED colored chauffeur wants charge you to begin. 1402 Dodge St. teady position; has beat f references. TRI-CITY BARBER COLLEGE. can do own repairing. Call Harney 6093. NIGHT SCHOOL Autos and electric atart- Whltewaahlng, windows washed, rugs beaten r";. For Particulars call Dougla. 173, or screens repaired, hung. Call Walnut 1868. write us. ... ... AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE COLLEGE, HOUSECLEANINO, fine paint and paper 2059 Farnam St., Omaha. cleaning. D. 8054. Sanitary Cleaning Co. EXPERIENCED houseman wants work by BpyS. the day. Red 4968, William Delaney. WANTED Boys for factory work; oppor- W ANTED Position aa hoisting engineer. L. tunlty to learn trade If desired. Epstein I,, otommen, Havelock, Neb. Lithographing Co., 417 So. 12th St., fifth GEORGE moves anhea and will do general jrrr.-.n r ; hauling Web 6036 COLORED boy wanted to work around . r-r ' cleaning place; must be willing to work; hour Web 170l'001VOr th d,r M "teady work; good pay. 2907 Leavenworth. ... r-. ' . TWO large, strong boys, those who live at i,4. curtains done. Tyler horn, preferred; $1.40 per day to start; good chance for advancement. Omaha Female STOUT boy wanted to learn trade. Cham- ' zl plon Iron Work, 15th and Jackson. noaft!, BOYS WANTED to learn trade ; -musrEril poaition as practical nura. or bachelor. . . T ...,i ,. quartera. Webster 3744. yrs. age. Gordon Lawless Co.. 8th & Dodge. tTtvy- ..i.. in,- . i : T WANTED Delivery boy with bicycle. Bath. LADY would like typewriting work lo do m,.-,-, ..n. at home. Box 2803. Bee. the Florist, 1904 Farnam. COMPETENT nurse or companion to In- WANTED-Colored bellboys. Apply Omaha valid. Web. 6583. m' : nurse wants position. Harney 4994. Miscellaneous . Laundrv and Plav Wnrk COMMON laborers, U. P. R. R. atore de- aunory ana Uay Work. partment; steady work, good wages; WANTED Work by an experienced colored chance for advancement. Apply Cm. St. woman for two or three days In week. gate: ask tor storekeeper Good references. Call Web. 1629. YOUNG MEN WANTED Government rall- FOR experienced bundle washing call Web- way mall clerks. $76 a month; sample ex- ater 1877. Prompt delivery.' aminatlon questions free. Franklin In- RELI ABLE colored girl want, day work. stltule, Dept. 337-D, Rochester, N. Y. Wehater 3748. Miss Dunn. DAY work wanted. Call after 7; p. m. . .Tt"..'"4 1- WANTED W. can use a limited number of CALL DOUGLAS 4873 for washing br house me0 between 21 and 40 year, of ag. as cleaning by the day. ; DAY work wanted by experienced colored CONDUCTORS AND MOTORMBN. woman. Tel. Harney 3996. Bundle washing and day work. Web, 3745. TVLXl 'a'na babita and muat come well recommended. Washing. Ironing, gon. taouacwork. Ty. 1854W Bundle washing and day work. Web. 3093. Apply In person between th hotira of , nT.aA ,. , rT ,. T m. and 1 o'clock noon at oHlcea E. colored lady want, day work. Har. 5758. 8uperlntendnt of Traneportatlon. Room Reliable col, lady wanta day work. D. 69S. 0S, eecond floor, Merchanta National Curtalna laundered. 25c per pair. Web. 7t8. Bnk BW- ' ' PAY work, cleaning or Ironing. Web. 703. QMAHA St COUNCIL BLUFFS LAUNDRY or cleaning, day work. Web. 3873. STREET' RAILWAY CO. Wanted bundle wah.. lartlea' clothee. C. 288. L y M;or.h-.a""" or cleaning. Wal. 2831. ABORKRH wanted at 60th and WebaterSu. BUNDLE wavbing neatly dona. Colfax Monday mornlna. HELP WANTED MALE Miscellaneous. WANTED A flrst-clasa porter, onft who trong and understands automobiles. Ap ply J. R. Qrotenbluk, H ml dor ft MvjbIc Mouee. 1807 Farnam. ATTENTION, farmera. If you want help we can aupply you. Blurt City Employ. ment Bureau, 916 w. Broadway, y, iun.uoiE,io ana innurers wan tea. Appiy Sunderland Broa. Co.. couth yard, 20th WANTED Freight handlora. L'nlon Pacltlc rei g nt Kouweth and Jackson Sta. LABORERS wanted, 210 S. l.ih, at room 3 open evenings. HELP WANTED FEMALE Stores and Offices. GIRL STENOGRAPHERS. No flllnff fees with us, All kinds of good places open. BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE ASS'N, 1202 W. O. W. Bid. BILL CLERK STENO 3 STENO TYPIST 40 THE CANO AGENCY, 600 BEE BLDG, BEST RESULTSAKAm"RATE. The reasons for the growing popularity are Best Results and a Rate of lc per When you want both of the above CALL TYLER 1 000. STENO.. 375; Steno$65"l Steno.. tfio" Ledger Clerk,, 350; Office Clerk. 340; Bill uierK. 5U. WATTS REF. CO. 1138 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. WOMAN of brains, force, culture above the ordinary, for high class pMpostton as of fice manager. Interview only. Box 2789, Bee. STENOGRAPHER, icood future. $50. Billing clerk, quick on machine. 355. THE MARTI CO., 1317 W. O. W. Bldg. STENOGRAPHER and clerk; give full ex perience first letter; salary $70. Box 2793, Bee. See Oo-Operative Reference Co. for com- mercia positions. No filing fee. Professions and Trades. THE Nebraska Telephone Company offers an exceptional opportunity to young ladles to learn local and long distance telephone operating. Permanent positions, opportuni ties for advancement; good wag4?n, A aalary is paid while learning. Parents desiring to acquaint themselves with the working conditions or any other details are especially invited to accom pany the applicants. Apply to C. F. Lambert, 1807 Douglas St. LEARN barber trade. 1402 Dodge St. Household and Domestic. WANTED White girl, must be -competent cook, clean housekeeper, strong and healthy, who la willing to do any kind of housework from cooking to washing and ironing. In consideration of 330 per month clear, with prospects in wages, country home, on Lincoln Highway, of Omaha family of two, one day off each week, prefer one who appreciates coun try home during summer months. Call Harney 1814. ' WANTED A neat, middle-aged lady for housekeeper, and that ia used to being on the farm. No objection! to small child. Small wages, but a permanent home. H. Bruhn. Washington. Neb. WANTED Middle-aged lady aa house -' n.BOjBi- uii runcn, oiaio wages. Aaaresa E. E. Bloomfleld, Gary, Banner County, Neb. a WANTED A neat white girl to help with housework and care of small boy; no washing. Mra. Geo, Barker, Jr., 3629 La fayette Ave. Walnut 2452. WANTED A maid for cooking, private family, good wages, pleasant room with bath. 3709 Jonea St. GOOD experienced girj for general house- worx; gooa wages. azs uass at. wal nut 1710. GIRL for general housework; small family; good wages. 116 ci. 38th Ave. Harney 2428. COMPETENT white maid for general house work; no washing. Call Walnut 367. WANTED A woman for plain sewing, few days each week. 509 Bee Bldg. GIRL for general housework; care of 8 chiaaren; no laundry. Walnut 358. WANTED Competent girl in small family. 480 Douglas. Walnut 2015. WANTED Reliable white girl for general housework. Walnut 1958. WANTED A girl for housework. Harney 1546. 1429 S. 31st StT f Hotels and Restaurants. DISHWASHER wanted at once. 1215 Far nam" St. Miscellaneous. WANTED Marker and aseorter; also girl to taxe charge Of flat work ironer. Sey mour's White Laundry, Sioux City, la. WANTED Strong, willing and handy wom an Tor cleaning, Phone only Doug. 7841. EDUCATIONAL 4 BOYLES COLLEGE DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL Every day is enrollment day. Book keeping, shorthand, Btenotype, typewrit ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer cial and English branches. Catalogue free. BOYLES COLLEGE, Dotielaa 1565. 18th and Harney fits. VAN SANT SCHOOL OF. BUSINESS, DAY AND EVENING SCHOOLS. Second Floor Omaha National Bank Bldg. Entrance 220. Douglas 5890. Y. M. C. A. Day and Night School. . Persistent Advertising Is the Road To Success. FOR RENT ROOMS ATTENTION, ROOM HUNTERS! If you fail to find the room you desire among these ads call at Tho , s Bee office for a Room List Gives complete detailed description of va cant rooms in all parts of the city. If more convenient phone The Bee Want Ad Dept. and give your name and address and a list will be mailed to you at once. New lists are Issued every week. Furnished Rooms. BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE. The reasons for the growing popularity are .Beat Results and a Rate of lo per wor'd. When you want both of the above CALL TYLER 1000. A LARGE, neatly furnished room with large closet for couple, gentlemen or iaay; an modern conveniences; private family; no children; no other roomers; on car line; board if preferred. 2411 S- 24th St., 1st floor. Douglas 864JL ATTRACTIVE front room, white furniture; cretonne covering ; modern home, warn ing, distance; serve breakfast; everything above average; good service, Harney 319 TO RENT Large, well furnished front rooms, two closets; no otner roomers, i.au Sunday or after 6 p. m., Tyler 1930. 72 So. 2Pth Ave. VERY nicely furnished rooms, wtngle or for two, all modern nome, wiinin waiauiK um tanco, close to Farnam or Harney car. 109 So. 2tth Ave. ! LARGE room, comfortably furnished, suit able for one or two; iianscom rarK-aia-trlct, half block to car, walking distance. 1128 So. 31st St. Hj-.rnoy 14iil. VERY desirable rooms, newly furnished throughout, to gentlemen only. 3uu, far nam St. Walking distance, Harney 29'Jfl. HIGH-CLASS rooms, one of Omaha'a finest closp-ln homes. Gentleman preierrea. us S. 2Sth Ave. , BRlrtHT aunny southeast room, in modern home, on car line, walking aisiance. rea sonable. 1520 S. S4th St. Douglaa 7558. FURN. or unfur. rooms, single or en suite; walking diet, ana gooa irana. wco. mn. A CHOICE of two rooms In modern private home for refined gentleman. Harney 5931. FURNISHED apartments for housekeeping; two or more rooms, aae L,eavenworin. NICELY furnished room for rent, 4831 H S. 24th. So. Omaha, 3d noor. somn am.. WORK INGM EN'S HOTEL Free baths; clean rooms, tor men, aw g. mm FARNAM, 2822 Two nice housekeeping TOOm a; eigCtriClft?, nicum. an.s. r III1QV, vuua, Htrnoy. Walnut 3270. Adults. 455t Harnev. Walnut S270. NEWLY furnished front room, $2.60 per ween. ii awewe TWO, furnished rooms, modern, 2431 So. 16th Bt. tan ryicr pih. 131 N. 31ST AVE Desirable room; One lo cation. Harney us. FOR RENT ROOMS Housekeeping Rooms. HOUSEKEEPING rooms, II. &0 and up; sleeping rooms. $1; front rooms In suite, reasonable. Nicholas Rooming House, 1104 North Ifith St. TM'O auites of light housekeeping room and single room; new furniture; close In; walking distance. 2580 Harney. Phone Red 82 1611 Howard, hk. "and aletp. mis. Stm. heat. TWO housekeeping rooms; linens; gaa fur nished; washing privileges; private home. 83S S. 19th. .ilO NO. 26TH ST. Elegantly furnished light housekeeping rooms, clean, atrictly mod ern, reasonable rent. THREE modern furnished houaekeeplng rooms; pantry and gas range In kitchen. 4244 Harney St. TWO-c-3-room suites for light housekeeping. 216 N. aid St. Phone Douglaa 7993. MODERN rooms for housekeeping and aleep- in g. 819 S. 25th St. 4 MODEKf; housekeepinK rooms. 816; block to carLJS23 Lahe. Webater 2390. HOUSEKEEPING roolnai 13 to tiT"" 2204 Webster. Doug. 8084. 1609 CALIF. Hk. and sleep rms. Reas'ble. Board and Room. EXCELLENT room and board In private family. Harny 1254. Hotels. ROOMS, 12 jik.; apts. with kitchenette. Steam heated. Ogden hotel. Council Bluffs. Unfurnished Rooms. two large modern rooms. $16 a month, 632 S. 30th. Call Hiirney 30(11. TWO large modern rooms, $16 a month. 632 S. 30th. Call Harney 3061. FOR RENT FURNISHED $ Apartments. APARTMENTS, all sizes and prices, aplen did location. 24th and Farnam. P. 1472 Houses. NICELY furnished six-room, all modern house. Douglas 1741. FOR RENT HOUSES West. i 208 S. 41ST Modern. 7 rooms, $25.00. ' JOHN N. FRENZ ER, DOUGLAS 654, 7-ROOM stucco, modern,1 (40.319 N. 38th Ave., fine street. Douglaa 2947. North. , DUNDEE RENT BARGAIN. Here's what you've been looking for: Very choice 7-r., strictly mod.; practical ly new; special features; beautiful loca tion. 6013 Davenport, $47.60. Several others, $10 to $25. IT K I TRICK REAL ESTATE CO., Realtors, 316 Ramge Bldg'. D. 100. Tyler 2140-J. SIX-ROOM modern, oak finish, newly deco- ratea, 33. I4i)i otnrop. Doug. 1869. 2635 PARKER St., 7 rms., mod. ex. ht., $lT E. H. Benner Co. D. 8406. 6-ROOM house, all modern. 3932 N. 23d. 820. Colfax 3272. 7-ROOM modern house. 3436 Parker. South. FOUR rooms, clean, rpodern, 2 blocks to car, garage, nne shade. 4016 No. 26th St. EIGHT-ROOM modern house, 1962" S. 15tb St. Douglas 6210. FOR RENT Two five-room houses. 1406 sT llth St. MAY 1ST, 7 rooms, first-class, tZS. 810 Geongia Ave. - Miscellaneous. PARTLY MODERN. B-R., 611 Martha St .N $12.60 MODERN EXCEPT HEAT. : 6-R., 1602 No. 27th St 12.60 STRICTLY MODERN. 6-R., 2876 Saratoga St 20.00 6- R., 1824 No. 27th St 21.00 7- R.. 2505 Pierce St. (Well arranged for two families) SO.flO T-R., 4612 So. S3d St. (Good brick ' dwelling close to business cen ter of South Omaha) 26.00 T-R.., 2726 Plnkney St. (Garage In rear) 30. 00 7-R., 701 So. 18th St. (Very lose in) J5.00 fl-R., 559 So. 26th St J2.50 10-R., 2221 Dodge St. (Well arranged tor keeping roomers),...,.,, 40.00 FLATS STRICTLY MODERN. 6-R., 207 So. 30th St J6.0O HEATED APARTMENTS. STOECKER APTS., 823 So. 24th. 3-R., Apt. 9, $15 summer; 920 winter. S-R.. Apt. 6, $20 summer; $25 winter. WE HAVE OTHERS. SEE OUR COM PLETE LIST BEFORE RENTING. PORTER & SHOTWELL, Realton, 202 So. 17th St. Doug. 6011. Offices with HOME BUILDERS. BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE. The reasons for the growingf popularity are Best Results and a Rate of le per word. When you want both of the abov CALL TYLER 1000. 3 ROOMS, all modern except beat; newly decorated; tn dandy shape; on paved street; $10 per month. See TRAVER BROTHERS. S19 First National Bank Bldg. Douglaa 6886. 8-ROOM modern house with garage for S cars, close to car ltne, on paved atreet. $30 month. Douglaa 2588. HOUSES In all parts of the city. CKE1UH, SONS ft CO., 608 Bee Bldg. FOR RENT APARTMENTS West. VERY CHOICE 4 or 6-room steam-heated apartment on W. Farnam St. JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST. North. FOUR-ROOM, steam-heated, $18 mo., near postofflce. G. p. stebblne. 1610 Chicago. SEVEN-ROOM Bteam-heatd, $35; near post- office. G. P. Stefablns, 1610 Chicago. !TABROOK apartment, four rooms, $26 month. G. P. Stebbins, 1610 Chicago. South, THREE and four-room apartments; modern. 816 S. 2L'd St. Phone Tyler 2246. Miscellaneous. PETERS TRUST COMPANY. RENTAL HEADQUARTERS FOR OMAHA. FOR RENT Suburban ACREAGE FOR RENT. 1i acres on Fort Crook car Una with modern 5-room houae, barn for 1 2 head of stock, chicken house, tight fence and all high class country Improvements. Will ha leased for 1 year to a responsible ten ant at a neoconable price. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. 4926 South 24th St. FOR RENT Business Prop'ty Stores. FOR RENT MAY 1ST Two modern Btorerooma, 16 by 60 each, with full basements, 624 and 626 S. 16th St, For particulars see Conrad Young, 322 Brandels Thea trr. Douglas 1071. STOREROOM, 16th and Pine; very reason able rent; good location for small bust- ess. ALFRED THOMAS, 308 Farnam Bldg. 4718 So. 24th St., near P. O.. $85. E. H, Benner Co.. Rainge Blk. D. 8408, MODERN stor,e, 16th St., near postofflce. $75 month. G. P. Stebbins. 1610 Cblcago. MODERN STORES AND OFFICES IN FAR- nam Bldg. .First Trust Co., D. 1151. Offices and Desk Room. DESIRABLE office rooms In the remodeled Crounse block, 119 N. 16th St., opposite postofflce, $10 to $15 per month. Conrad YounK 322 Brandels Theater. Doug, 1671. FOR RENT The bank room in the Brom ley building, 210 S. 13th. This la a fine targe room with bank fixtures. W. Ham- tnnnit. 910 H 13th St. CHOICE office space. Balrd Bldg., 17tb and UOUiM. meatus tuii vsv. WANTED FO RENT Unfurnished Apartments and Houses. tvfct want uiun nouse and apariiiieiita tj rent. The fact that we have practically cleaned out our big list Is conclusive proof of the efficiency or our rental service. If you want to keep your places rented see Payne A Stater Co., "Omaha'a Rental Men." 616 Omaba National Hank Bldg. Douglas 1016 LIST your houses with us for rent. The demand is gooa ana w nave t waiting Hat. J. H. DUMONT ft CO. (Realtors). 416 Kecllne Bldg. Phone D. 690. i