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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16. 1917.
REAL ESTATE Investment
HARNEY STREET '
Clone to 34th St. This la a wU
ronstrurtni. well-rrnwl part
men t houno in excellent condition,
netting a ubalanlial Income on the
purchase prU and In the Una ol
Omaha' growth, where land value
re Increasing rapidly. There la ad
ditional ground which oan b Inv
. proved which go?a with thta prop
erty and It Is something worthy of
prompt Investigation, aa th prloa
and tncooia are attractlva,
George & Company,
D. T6 102 City Nat Bk Bid,.
A Small Investment
15,00 Three modem houaea, Hani.com
park district, near park Ave. and Pactttc
Sta. Ground 12x71. Paving paid In full.
Annual rental 1786. Can be Increased.
Tyler 1586. S3S Rose Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
ACREAGE AND SMALL FAKM3.
A fine tin within tea mile radlua of
lfith and Karnam. Some special bargains.
GEORGE Q WALLACE 614 Keellne Hi -Is
HTAHT YOUK HUAJIC IN HUN3UN
BUT THIS LOT.
llt.00 down And tlO UO per month; price
1 2 00. SO; slss, 60x13; located on Locust
fit., between Clark and Burn ham, oot far
from school ant. car Uoo Geo B. Wright.
B- on i. Omaha.
SEVERAL lots, building restriction. I3,
600.00 Adjoining Happy Hollow Clrela
6400.00 lo 11,000.00.
W L SRLBV f SONS. Doug 1610
A DUNDEE lot bargain, near school and car
Una. Write Box 9863. Bee.
1260 ACRE, acreage sold; 3 tracts left at
1800. Last chance. Call Netbaway, Flo
W have a large number of small house
with 3 to 4 rooms, ranging In price from
6600 to 61.300. Om full sited lots, which
can sell at your own terms.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
"B S- Htb KL Phons South 1347.
RESIDENCE property for sale, a choice
residence property in Omaha, good loca
tion, modern and nearly new. Owner
wishes to leave town. Will sell right
with good terms. Clauson Bros., Klron,
LIST your 6 and 6-ruom bouses with us.
WE SELL THEM. USBUHNS REALTY
CO.. Doug 1474.
KOM bAU aee D Wea,d. 310 8 IStta t
WANTED 4, 6 and l-rovmed houses that
can be sold for $100 oaah, ba.aocj $16 per
month ; fit complot description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1330 Farnam. Tel Doug. 1061
rOMK to us with your real bargains.
EDWARD F WILLIAMS CO. "oug. 430.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
SALE OR EXCHANGE 10.000 acres Bel
trami County, Minnesota. Best wholesale
or colonisation tract land lh northern
Minnesota, traversed by two good auto
mobile roads. Will sell at right price and
terms or exchange for income roal estate
or merchandise. Address Box 185, Inde
A 12-ROOM rooming house for sale or ex
change for equity In lots or bouse and lot,
or good -oar; good location. Call Doug
las 6806 after 6 p. m.
HAVE two itiu-atre farm and one 80-aor
farm, eastern Nebraska, to trad for city
. ARCHER REALTY OO.
68 A Brand els Bide
WE have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or la. land. Edward P.
William Co.. Omaha Nat') Bank Bldg
TRADFS TRADES TRADES
Farms, Cattle.'Ranches, New Apartments,
Flats, etc. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson Block.
Ranch ' clailal, sell or trade ranches for
city property I. Franta. 67 brandels Bldg
160 ACRES, improved Nebraska farm, for
Omaha rental or Income. Box 92 2d, Boo,
Real-Estate, Loans. Mortgage j.
OITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
5f:& and 6 per cent. Reasonable com
mission. i: .;
UNITED STATES TRUST CO
. . ,. s SU South 17th, Omaha, Neb.
THE GREATEST GAIN 66,718
In paid want-ads ever made by any
OMAHA BEE for 1016.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
6 PER CENT to 6- per cent on best class city
residences In. amount $3,000 up; also
(arm loans. Reasonable commission.
HETERH T1.US1 CO.. 1823 Farnam St
31,100 MORTGAGE bearing 6fe pr. at. semi
ann.i secured by property valued at $6,00(1.
Tal mage -Loo mis Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
FARM and city loans, 6-6 4 and 6 per (cent,
W. H. Thomas, Kaolins Bldg. Doug. 1643.
8HOPEN A CO.. PRIVATE MONEY.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraal farms.
- O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Oma ha Nat'l. Phone Doug. 271 6.
V MONEY-rHARKlSON A MORTON.'
v v . . an umana jvat l Bans; Bldg
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and'
ruin aatjaa. nv mim uuj wv laiiu luvtri-
gages. Kloke Inv Co.. Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
, TH09. L. HcGARRY,
K RBI, INK BLDG TEL. RED 4S44
RELIABLE Insurance. See O'Neil Real
Estate and Insurance Agency. 62-6 Bran
dels Theater. Tel. Tyler 1034.
MONEY on hand tor city and
farm loans H. W. Binder. Ctty
National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE loans, 6 per cent.
D. E. BUCK A CO. 012 Omaha Nat. Bank.
CTTY and farm loans, lowest rates.
E. H. LOUQEE, Inc., 638 Keellne Bldg.
CITY and farm loana, 6, b and 6 per cent.
J. H. Dumont & Co.. 416 Keellne Bldg.
6100 to $10,000 made promptly. f D. Waad.
Wead BUg.. u.n and Farnam Sta.
Stocks and Bonds.
FOR BALE Ten hares City National bank
stock. L-Smith, Castle Hotel.
WANTED To borrow $6,000 by March 1
from private party. Will pay 6 pet. and
give first mortgage on well-improved east
rrn Nebraska farm. Box $981, Bee.
WANTED High-class truck agency to
finance and sell automobile trucks. Beck
Auto Truck Works, Cedar Rapids, la.
Abstracts of Title.
Title. Guaranlw and Abstract Co.,
JCXr 106 d. 17th at." ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins, Co
KKED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of
net in Nebraska. 306 Brandels Theater
GALLXHER & NULSON,
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panies 644 Brandels l4g.. fmaha. Nb.
L ARM AND RANCH LANDS
CALIFORNIA farms near Sacramento, for
i.ile Easy payments. Write for list E.
R. Waite, Shawnee, Okl.
FOR SALE 160 a. farm, irrigated land
under best ditch lo county. Abundance
of water. Address owner. Box 71. H. 1.
A 'wood. Colo
PALM BEACH COUNTY W. turn th.
record crop truck, garden and cltrua fruit
land In tb. United Statea. Buy land on
easy terma from A. Parana A Sou. 868
Brandela Bldg Phone Douglaa 7846.
Note A peraonally conductid excuraloo
to toe Sunny South' lea Omaha Janu
ary 16; already noma of Oraana'a leading
bualnea. men have Joined us. Make your
RA18B-"ALFALFA IN FLORVdA (Natal
Hay) tola wlotar First eutUng, 90 daya;
169 to 889 annually on 869 land. 686
atautto, B11L Walnut 1681 (OTanlnga).
FARM AND lNCH LANDS
, Missouri Land.
SMALL U.fcStH'Hl FARM 118 rash and U
monthly: no interest or taxes, highly pro
ductive land; close to ft big markets.
Write for photographs aod full Informa
tion. Mungsr. A-11S. R T Ufa Bldg..
Kanssa City. Mo.
OKKAT BARGAINS $5 down, IS monthly,
buys 40 acrea ood fruit and poultry
land, near town, southern Missouri. Price
only JJCW, Addresa Box Hub. Uxcelalor
M nncsota Lands.
BAROA1N 420-acrs stock farm, 46 miles
from Minneapolis; a boat ISO acres under
cultivation, bslano meadow and pasture
Ur , will cut several hundred tons good
quality hay: fair set buildings: good toll,
an excellent farm for stock: $36 per acre;
one-half oaah Schwab Bros. 102J Ply
mouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Ulna.
NEAR SOUTH OMAHA.
140 acres: Beat crop-growing land Is
the state Corn making 76 bushels to
acre; db9 tons alfalfa raised on place
this year. This to all valley land, all level
and tillable except a few acres around
buildings and feed lots. Modern bouse,
good barn, large sheep bare corner! b, bog
. houses and all necessary building for
cattle, i bog and sheep feeding. Water
piped to all buildings and feed Iota. Pine
blue grass pasture. All heavy blsck loam
soil. Located near grade and high schools
and only one-half mile from Intsrurbaa
ear Una For pries and turns Inquire of
C. it Combs, 80s Brandela Theater Bldg..
Omaha. Neb Phono Doug Mil.
640 acres choice wheat land. In fine lo
cation; good 6 -room bouse, barn 32x46,
good water uppl; 830 acres plowed, 00
acres fall wheat, which goes with place;
30 acres alfalfa, f ced hog-tight: land
well fenced and cross-fenced; near school.
Price, $26 per sore, cash, balance at
6 per cent.
J. H. CAMPBELL A SON.
FOR SALE Best large body high grade
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
CAN sell or exchange any land you have to
offer. C J Canan, McCagu Bldg
1.0O0-A. FARM for" Tfe or trade.' D, 0707,
A WTolandA Co.. 443 Bee Bldg.
FARM LAND WANTED
RANCHES and Farm Lands bought, sold
and exchanged. S. 8. and R. E Mont
gomery. FARM LANDS FOR RENT
160-ACRE Improved farm In central Ne
braska, 110 acres In cultivation, balance
meadow and posture. Box 9730. Bee.
We make one now tire from the old
- GUARANTEED 3,000 MILES
We Buy and Sell
USED CARS TIRES AUTO PARTS
Live agents wanted. If yon are a hus
tler write lor our agency proposition.
' 2 IN 1 VULCANIZING CO.,
1616 Davenport St., Omaha. ,
FOR SALE SEVERAL ELECTRIC CARS.
LIGHT DELIVER TYPE, BODIES IN
FAIR CONDITION. MOTORS AND BAT
TERIES IN GOOD SHAPE. WILL SELL
AT ANT REASONABLE FIGURE. AD
DRESS, THE KLEISHMANN COMPANY.
427 PLUM STREET. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Farnam St.
1916 Cadillac "8."
Caah rebate on your auto Inauranc, pol
icy U your car la equipped wttb
Phone Dourlaa 8817. - 894 Brandela Bid.
S.O.S. MOTOR CO. d
3406 Leavenworth and
Fireproof storage, $6 per month. Day and
night service. Phone Tyler 717.
1 7-paa. 6 cyl. Franklin $360.00
1 $ cyl. Franklin, speedster ........ 360.00
1 single cyi. motorcycle 36,00
331$ Harney St Doug. 160.
THE GREATEST GAIN 68,738
In paid want-ads over mads by any
Omaha paper,- to the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1016.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
WE will trad yon a now Ford for roar
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO,.
30th and Harney Douglas 6361.
FOR SALE TWO FORD CARS, 1 ROAD
STER, 1 TOURING. BOTH IN GOOD
CONDITION. PRICED RIGHT. N. L.
GRUB Bo, 24Z4 L STREET,
CROSSTOWN OARAGE. $16 8. 24th 8L
Douglas 4443. Part for Hup 20, Apper
son, Oldamobll. L U. C. truck, eta Used
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES
C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Douglas $63. t216-13 Farnam St 1
FOR SALE Owing to my luiving city, oiy
1916 Overland coupe Is for sale, cheap,
cash or payments. Addross Apt. 807, New
FOR SALE My 1916 Overland touring. Just
overoauiea ana rennisnea. Must sacrifice,
as leaving city. Call D. 6661 after 6 p. in.
REBUILT high and low tension magnVtoeV
magneto parts and magneto repairs. Mst
to I, I486 South 16th. Tyler 11U-J.
BALL and roller bearings all makes of cars,
good as new at half the price. Mattox.
1426 South 16th. Tyler 1113-J.
FTR8T reasonable cash offer takes ray 1916
juaxweu touring car, just ur new. Call
Tyler 1816 after 6 p. m.
A NEW Studebaker machine for sale or will
trade tot property or diamonds. Red
6081 or Harney 3048.
WILL TRADE Ford Sedn.n for touring and
difference. Walnut 3104, evenings.
BElrSCHY anHi'U-Tt," Soutneaat" cor-
ner 2tb and Harney Sta Douglas 1396.
Auto Livery and Garages.
bArLvni . uiu rvLHtviiiu, awrvive car SJ-
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 3010 Har
ney Ht Tyler 656.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't renalr.
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer. $10 J 8th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Semes, and
prices right 218 a lfith St D. 730,
Motorcycles and Bicycles
H ARLK YnjAVIDSON MOTRCYLEsT
Bargains In used machines. Victor Roo.
"The Mniorrycle Man." 3'fOl Leavenworth.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FOR SALE English bloodhound pups, 8
weeks old, male and female, right. W.
L. Barr, Conway, Iowa.
DAMAGED screenings, $1.60 a aundred. A.
W. Wagner. 601 N. 16th.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos, Jd. notes as security.
$40 6-mo. H. H. gds,. total cost, I H,
$40 " Indorsed notes, total cost, $2.60.
Smaller, larger am'ta., proportionate rat.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
Orgs nixed oy Umana Business Men.
432 Rose Uldg.. 16tb and Parnatu. Ty. 666.
Dr. E. B. Tarry cure, pliea. Oatula and
Uer ncUi fllaMae. wltaout aurgtcal
operation. Cure guaTanta.d and no mooai
paid ontll eurwl, Wrtti for book on ra
tal dlaeaaaa with taatlinonlala. DR. . ft.
TABRI, 2io Baa Bldg , Omaba, N.b
Policy holders of fraternal
or assessment orders whose
rates are being Increased will
And It to their advantage tdk
communicate with Box 9731,
Uve, Slate data of birth.
Manicuring and mass 1623 Farnam Km 1
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
licit your old clothing, furniture, mage
sloe. We collect W distribute. Phone
Doug. 4126 and our wagon will call Call
and Inspect our new tioma 1110-1113-1114
THE OR ID A TEST GAIN 46.73$
Omabs paper, to the record of TH8
UMAHA BKB for 1114.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATH '
MIPS LARSON BtnsTmaaaaffe and itnanl
cur? r. Scalp and facial massage. Staata
Institute, 1606 Harney St D. 7097. Open
venlnga and Sundays.
Sulphur, steam and eucalyyptus baths for
chronic diseases; exp. attendant for ladlea
and gentlemen. 4nj-3 Rose Bldg.Ty. 3363.
MISS NASH, BRUGMAN, scientific maaseuae
and batha. 203 Karbach Blk. Red J 7 37,
RUPTURKWucceMfully treated without "a
surgical operation. Call or writ Dr.
Frank H. Wray, 306 Be Bid.
OMAHA'S MEN'S SPECIALIST.
Ill CROUNSB BLK --OPPOSITE P P,:."1
MISSES LILLY AND QOULf-Batn. mas-
sage im Farnam St. Phone Doug 3410
LUELLA WEBSTER, massage and matu-
rurlng. 618 Paxton B!k. Red 3400.
SCIENTIFIC massage. 620 Be Bldg. Phone
Douglas 6372. I
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
James H. Lamberton and wife to
Charles W. Simon, southeast cornor
Thirty-sixth street and Kansas ave
nue, 132x2934 $3,000
Herman R, Schroeder and wife to Min
nie Matson Blackett Plnkney street
47 feet west of Twenty-second street,
north fide, 47x120. 1
Thomas F. Kennedy and wife to Stand
ard Investment Co., southeast cor
ner Thirty-sixth and Farnam streets,
Alfred W. Gordon and wife to Stand
ard Investment Co., Harney street.
386.6 feet west of ' Twenty-eighth
street, north aldo, 66x132 1
WOMEN WANT ONLY
AN EQUAL CHANGE
Miss Agnes Burns Would De
stroy Political Oligarchy and
Set Up Real Democracy.
NEEDS OF WORKING GIRLS
To make real the so-called equal
opportunities for women in industry
is one reason working women crave
the ballot, according to Miss Agnes
Burns of Chicago, organizer for the
National Woman's Trades Union
league, who addressed the political
and social science department of the
Omaha Woman's club Monday.
"Women want the ballot not only
for the equality it will give them in
society as it now is, but in order to
change society, to make it a democ
racy as it was intended not to per
mit a few to govern and control
"Of course, our success depends on
women's comprehension of the mean
ing of citizenship and her attitude
towards life, but even if she blun
dered as badly as man has, she would
still be entitled to the vote, i
"Working women seek the' ballot
for specific things as well the eight
hour dav. the minimum wage and
fire and health protection, which arc
only to be secured by those who have
voting power. The legislation is se
cured easily enough,, but the enforce
ment of enacted laws is th?obig thing
to work for.'L " . , .
Last night Miss Burns told the
needs of the ballot for the woman
in the working, man's home, f She
also told of the coal miners' struggle
to organize. Miss Burns' father
helped organize the United Mine
Workers of America, said to be the
largest union in the world.
A luncheon will be given at the
Commercial club today for Miss
Dr. M. 0. Ricketts,
Well Known Mason, '
v Is Called by Death
Mathew O. Ricketts, aged 60 years,
colored physician and surgeon and a
resident of Omaha almost forty years,
died Monday morning in St. Joseph
hospital in St. Joseph, Miss. He had
been ailing for six months with in
testinal trouble. His brother Oscar
of 1119 North Nineteenth street, this
city, was at the bedside when the end
Dr. Rickett's life story is the rec
ord of a self-made man. Although
at first hampered by lack of finan
cial means, nevertheless he won pub
lic and professional recognition by
perseverance and ability. He came
to Omaha when 19 years from Louis
ville, Ky., his native city. He grad
uated from the Omaha Medical col
lege and later built up a wide prac
tice. In 1895 he was elected to the
state legislature and served Doug
las county for four years.
Dr. Ricketts was a member of Ex
celsior lodge No. 40 of this city. He
was a past grand master of the Mis
souri lodge and will be buried under
its auspices Wednesday afternoon. In
terment will be in St Joseph, Mo.
Old Union Pacific Bridge (
Is Now Being Dismantled
The Union Pacific is rapidly dis
mantling the old bridge over the Mis
houri river here, the work so far hav
ing to do with taking down the over
head steel. As fast as it is taken
down it is piled up on the floor of the
old structure ana later loaded onto
flat cars and hauled away to the
yards, to be stored until sent out
onto the Short Line, there to be put
into new bridges.
Woodard is Going to Eat
Fresh Eggs from This On
Assistant Postmaster Woodard is
the latest recruit to the back-to-the-farm-buying
campaign being waged
by postoflices all over the country.
A letter from W. P. Schack, a farmer
at Walnut, la., who stated he had
strictly fresh eggs for city people,
looked so good to the assistant post
master that he sent his order for six
dozen of the selected hen fruit.
Coughs and Cold Are Lhutgermiii.
Internal thrtmt and chest troubles pro
duce Inflammation. To reduce' Inflammation,
loMiifr. rough, destroy cold germs- use Dr.
King's -New Dlwovery. All druggists, Ad.
SMART ALECK DOES
NOT KNOW SO MUCH
Woman at Whom He Laughed
Has Endured Hardships to
Make Bravest Stop.
CONQUERED DRY YEARS
By A. R. GROH.
"Look at that rube woman don't
even know how to go in through a
revolving door," I heard a young
smart 'Aleck giggle as he observed a
small, elderly woman stopping,
puzzled, at the door of an office build
ing. Smart Aleck Simplcbrain' knows
how to enter through a revolving
door. But the catalog of the other
useful knowledge that he possesses
wouldn't require much space.
I happen to know something about
the tittle woman he laughed at. She
has been a widow for thirty years.
In 1880 she and her husband came
to Nebraska and bought 160 acres
of land, three miles from a certain
town on the Union Pacific railroad.
Five years later the husband died of
typhoid fever, leaving her with five
children, aged from six months to
There was a heavy debt on the
farm and the husband had had no
insurance. The easy thing to do
would have been to give up and go
back to her relatives in eastern
Saves Her Pennies.
But she didn't take the easv wav.
She trusted in Him who cares for the
fatherless and the widow. She se
cured a hired man to do the heaviest
farm work. She herself toiled every
waking moment, in the house, in the
garden, in the fields. She saved every
Sickness came. Serious contagious
disease attacked the little brood. She
nursed them through. '
At times it seemed there wasn't a
ray of hope for the brave, struggling
woman. Notes fell due and fore
closure stared her in the face. She
secured extensions of time. She
worked and raked and scraped, and
managed to pay the interest
Then came the awful dry years of
1894 and 1895. It seemed that fate
had struck blows which could not pos
sible be endured. But this widow did
endure them and she rose from them.
Through those awful years of poverty,
while her children were still small,
with debts piled up about her and
threatening the farm, she struggled on
with the ; unfaltering faith and per
severance tnat is characteristic ot
Bountiful Years Follow.
Those dry years proved to be the
climax of misfortune, the "darkest"
just before the dawn. A year or two
later tne eldest daughter got a posi
tion, teaching country school. The
two boys were old enough to do a
good deal of the farm work. Bounti
ful crops followed the dry years. She
I gan to pay the principal of the
mortgage. Before many years it was
wiped out and they had even bought
; Today they own 320 acres of the fin
est land in Nebraska, well improved
and tree trom debt two ot the daugh
.jrs are married. The eldest lives at
home with her mother. , One of the
sons is married and lives across the
road. Ht has a big automobile.
This is the woman, Smart A. Sim
plebrain, in whom you have found so
much amusement because she didn't
know how to enter through. a revolv
Yes, I knew you would want to
apologize as soon as you had stopped
tb think. You were a bit thought
less, that's alL
Police Close Unique
... Case of Stolen Goods
Of $1,200 worth of goods stolen
from the M. E. Smith company by J.
H. Anderson, colored, employed as
a porter there, $1,125 worth of arti
cles have been paid for by persons
who took advantage of the janitor's
bedrock prices for "swell scenery,"
according to Steve Maloney, chief of
detectives, who handled the case.
In addition to this, thirty-six per
sons, after they had paid for the
goods, appeared in police icourt and
pleaded guilty to having purchased
stolen property. Not one qf them at
tempted to prove their innocence and
all received thirty-day suspended sen
tences. . The chief of sleuths says the
case was one of the most unique he
ever worked on.
Detectives Grab Two Men
For Highway Robbery
Two alleged bandits, believed to
have been responsible for many re
cent holdups in Omaha, have been
placed under arrest by Detectives
Pszanowski and Barta and are held
at the city jail for investigation. They
gave the names of Fred Davis and
Arthur Smith and live at 1609 Cali
Davis, the elder of the two, carried
a pair of knuckles. The pair an
swers the description of two men
who have staged several holdups on
West Farnam street
KEEP A JAR OF
It Quickly Loosens Up Coughs and
Colds in Throat or Chest
Just a little Musterole rubbed on your
sore, tight chest before you go to bed
will loosen up congestion and break up
most severe colds and coughs.
Musterole is a clean white ointment
made with oil of mustard. Simply rub
it on. No plaster necessary. Better than
mustard plaster and docs not blister.
Thousands who use Musterole will tell
what relief it gives from sore throat,
bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion,
pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and
aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore
muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet
and colds (it often prevents pneumonia).
PRESIDENT OF THE NEW
Y. W. H. A.
Miss Malvina Newman was elected
president of the new Young Woman's
Hebrew association, comprising a
membership of 300 young women, at
a meeting held Sunday afternoon. The
Young Woman's Hebrew association
was fostered by the consolidation of
two organizations, one originally
termed the Young Woman's Hebrew
association and another, the Young
Mens Hebrew association auxiliary,
which Miss Newman formerly headed.
Miss Hannah Greenblatt is the new
vice president: Miss Mildred Levy,
recording secretary; Miss Ethel Katz,
financial secretary; treasurer, Miss
Bess Adlcr; board of directors, Miss
Jessie Krueger, Miss Hazel Cooper,
Miss Ida Raisman, Mrs. Maxim Kon
ecky, Mrs. Harry Lapidus and Mrs.
Henry Monsky. i
A special meeting to complete un
finished business is called for Thurs
day evening at 8 o'clock at the Young
Men's Hebrew association club rooms
in the Paxton block. r
Miss Newman served at one time as
president of the woman's auxiliary to
By Sunday Work in
Shop and Saloon
Burglars who backed' a wagon up to
the rear door of the Mid-West Iron
works, Thirteenth and Izard streets,
Sunday night, made away with ma
chinery and tools valued at $500.
Among the things stolen was a new
typewriter and many drills. The rob
bers gained entrance after they had
jimmied the lock on the rear door.
Burglars forced a transom in the
rear of John Klauck's saloon at 207
South Thirteenth street and stole
twenty-five quarts of 100-horse power
whisky and $v in cash.
tawer, in Salouii Brawl,
Chews Opponent's Nose
O. Power, charged with having
chewed off James " iitten'a nose in a
brawl in a saloi-.i . Saturday night,
has been bound over to the district
court charged with mahem. His bail
was fixed at $500. . Whitten lives at
5064 South Thirty-ninth street.
No Need To Rub!
FOR stiff sore muscles apply
Sloan's Liniment to the pain
or ache, it qttkhty penetriies
and soothes without rubbing.
Rheumatism, gout, lumbago, neuralgia,
sprains and bruises are quickly relieved by
its use. Cleaner and more promptly effec
tive than mussy plasters or ointments, It
does not slain the skin or clog the pores.
The family medicine chest in thousands
of home has a place for Sloan's Liniment.
At all druggists, 25c. 50c. and $1.00.
LOW FARES SOUTH
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
Reduced rate, round-trip winter excursion tickets on sale daily to many points
in the South and Southeast.
New Orleans $44.31 Augusta, Ga. .. .$52.77 Havana, Cuba.. .$92.15
Tampa, Fla $66.16 Palm Beach ... .$73.06 Charleston $54.56
Miami, Fla $76.66 Mobile $44.31 Ormond, Fla. .. .$60.96
Jacksonville, Fla., via direct routes $54.56
Jacksonville, Fla., via New Orleans in one direction $65.56
Jacksonville, Fla., via Washington in one direction $63.76
Liberal stop-overs allowed. Other attractive diverse route tickets on 'sale, also delightful tonr to
the West Indies and South America, going via New York, returning via New Orleans or Galveston. Three
daily trains provide service of the well-known high standard of the "Milwaukee" road and afford good
connections at Chicago for all points South and East Let ua help you plan your winter trip.
1317 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
JOBLESS MEN AND
WOMEN SEEK WORK
Oo-Operative Free Employ
ment Bureau Will Help to
Solve Big Problem.
MANY FILE APPLICATIONS
Though it had been open for only
a few hours, the Co-operative Free
Employment bureau, maintained by
the federal government, the state ard
the county, was running full blast in
its permanent quarters in the court
house at noon. Applicants were
waiting to inquire about prospective
positions and jobs (there is a differ
ence between the two, according to
the government employment experts)
and several telephone calls were re
ceived from employers who have
In addition lo being backed by the
federal government, the state and the
county, the bureau is all that the
name implies free. There is abso
lutely no charge for either the person
seeking work or the employe who had
a job open. It is by no means a char
itable venture, but aims to help peo
ple to help themselves.
AU Kinds of Work.
All kinds of work are handled
common labor, skilled labor and the
vocational. The room in which the
bureau is located was donated by the
county board. It has an exceptionally
large space, being formerly utilized as
a public library branch. The tele
phone number is Douglas 8496. The
quarters are near the Harney street
M. A. Coykendall, a federal im
migration inspector, is in charge of
the government interests at the pres
ent time. He will be tucceeded by
another man from Washington, D. C,
at a later date. The other bureau
worker in the men s department is E.
G. Jones, representing the City Wel
In the women's department Mrs.
Zaida Diamond reDresents the welfare
board and Miss Kathleen O'Brien the
federal government. These two aay
there is a great demand now for house
maids. "We will attempt to solve the
servant girl problem, declared the
woman sent here by the federal gov
Those interested in the free em
ployment bureau believe that in time
the state will join in the movement.
There are no state funds available
for the work at the present time.
New Bank at Hamlet.
Avoea. Neb.. Ian. 15. (SpcciaLV
The Farmers State bank is a new in
stitution just established at Hamlet,
7 - vided.
cars dining service famous for its good
cooking experienced train crews and attend-
ants, who take especial care of ladies and
children traveling alone.
This train, like all Baltimore ft Ohio through trains,
goes via Washington. Liberal stop-over privileges en
able you to visit the interesting points enroute.
Four all-steel trains daily from
Chicago to the east
Th, Plttsburfh-Washlngton-New York Express . , t:25 a.m.
The Washington Special 10:45 a.m.
The Washington-New York Limited . , , 5M pjs.
The Washington-New York Night Express ... 10.-00 p.m.
All trains laavt Grand Central Station, Fifth Avenue and Harrison
Street, Chicago, c. C. BLR1CK, Traalln Ptumt Aant.
Mi Woodman of th. World Bids, Omaha, Nab.
Phono Douglaa 967.
Baltimore & Ohio
"Oar Pautnttn Arm Oar Gout"
E. BOCK, City Passenger Agent,
C, M. a St. P. Ry.
Neb. O. E. Nutzman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Nutzman, south of
Avoca, is president. The bank is
capitalized at $25.000.
Looks Like McCormack'
Will Fill the Auditorium
When the box office sale of seats
for the McCormack concert at the
Auditorium Tuesday, January 23,
opened this morning at 9 o'clock a
long line was waiting. The seat sale
to date has been extremely heavy and
has every indication of a complete
sell-out before the week is over. The
local management is planning to uti
lize every available nook and corner
so there will be no one disappointed
in seeing and hearing this celebrated
Royce Steals Watch and
Police Hock His Liberty '
Found guilty of petit larceny, Har
ry Royce, who gave his address as
the Workingman's hotel, got thirty
days. Royce broke into Sam Zedon's
room in a hotel at 716 North Six
teenth street and stole $15 and a
watch. At the police station he con
fessed to Detectives Pszanowski and
Why Envy Her? You Can
Have Good Hair By
Begin tonight Rub gently spots of
dandruff, itching and dryness with Cu
ticura Ointment , In the morning sham
poo with Cuticnra Soap and hot water
using plenty of Soap, best applied with
i the hands, because it makes them very
toft and white. Rinse with tepid water.
Read directions around Soap. Nothing
better, purer, sweeter than Cuticura
Soap lor everjr-day toilet uses, assisted
now and then as needed by little touches
of Cuticura Ointment. You can have
samples free by return mail for the ask
ing. Address post-card: "Cutiejra,
uwff. iu, poarcoa. aoia ererywaere.
de luxe train
and New York
r ', " a i
Whether on business
or Dleasnre. take this
solidall-steel train from
u leaves urana cen
tral Station every
morning at 10:45
o'clock! The utmost
convenience and pleas
ure in traveling is
and observation sleeping:
Agenta For All Steamship Lines.
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