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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 7, 1918.
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-Using Be WanntAio m a llgraledl SMdtly Private
ay if OattMg nun Towxh With a Laupgeir OppOTtaenty
: DO YOU KNOW?
There wars l.eoO.CCO new sutoe mann
Jactured In HIT. Tba government says
n!y 2S.00 shall bs made In 1111. That
means mort persons will bur used car
ind all the mora reason (or to existence
t a different kind of a uied house.
DO YOU KNOW?
We hart brought tba selling of a need
auto up ta a legitimate, dependablt stand
ard. We glvs yon tha ear you want, t Ivs
yo tha lowest prlea In tha waat, quality
considered. A different kind of a uied
-ears bousa li here, and we want tha op-
. portunlty ta prove thla to you.
Chalmera' Six Touring Car 1111 ISOO
Mollne Knight T-pass T0
Packard Six, newly painted 100
Overland Touring, electrlo light and
Studebaker Six, touring 450
Scrlpps-Booth Roadeter HO
Oakland Touring, aleetrlo lights and
; starter U
Studebaker Touring, good tires 1(0
Cutting Car, In good shape 1(0
.Rambler Touring, 1114 1(0
Chalmers II, touring 1(0
' Taekard Twin Six at a bargain.
Ford Tourlsg, good running order,. 211
, ,Ford Touring, 1IU 215
Ford Roadster, nearly 'new tto
Ford Touring. lflT, with tots of ax
. tra equipments and newly painted. 421
Ford Sedan, 1917, natural wood
' wheels and demountable rims 0(0
Haxwell touring, lilt 2(0
. Overland roadster, model T5 400
Studebaker, newly painted 400
Marlon 40 roadster, electrlo lights and
' ' starter 200
Saxon Sis lflT touring 600
Bupmoblla touring, ll (00
Chalmers Light Six, llks new. (0
Brlsoos touring 2(0
Bulck 2T-B. newly painted 450
If yon are dissatisfied with yourold ear
trad It to us (or one you can us.
Douglas (021. 20(1 Farnam St.
SERVICE GARAGE CO.
HTH AND LEAVENWORTH STREETS
W. F. OERKE. MGR.
1 HIT Stuts touring.
1 191T Cadlllao $ touring.
1 HIT Jeffery t touring.
1 1111 Hupmobtla touring.
I 1911 Allan Club roadster.
., 1 Bulck racer.
1 HIT Cols touring.
, 1 191T Mercer apaedster.
.. J. D-87 Bulck touring.
1 D-4 Bulck tourring. "
1 Oakland touring.
I Overland touring.
1 Overland roadster.
. 1 Maxwell touring.
J. Chevrolet touring,
i 1 Mitchell 4 touring.
1 Chalmers touring.
. t Studebaker touring. - j ,
1 Ford truck,
1 Auburn truck. ;
l.Tourlst tratlar. 1
. Fords. 1914. 1111, HIT, till models.
1 TtadM taurine?.
an tha than listed ears are In perfect
" mechanical order and will damonatratad
to prospective buyer's satisfaction.
.' ALWAYS OPEN
A SAFE PLACE TO BUY
' I USED CARS
If you are looking for t used oar we ,
would advise you to com In and look
vsr our stock. All cars are In first
,V; class mechanical shapa and are ready for
l' your Inspection. We hava on hand
. JUT Hudson Super-vStx Speedster
. wire wheels L660
1917 Apperson Chummy Road-
1917 Saxon Six Chummy Roadster. 750
. 117 Bulck Bis Roadster......... 800-
Itlt Bulck Six' Roadster 760
11T Bulck Six Touring T7I
1916 Dodge Touring.............. (00
1916 Dodge Touring 560
1911 Maxwell Roadster............ 400
, HIT Maxwell Touring.... 450
11 1911 Palg St 200
' 1911 Studebaker 4 260
HIT Ford Touring... 426
HIT Ford Touring 275
'Hit Ford Touring;... I5t
1914 Ford Chassis 200
HIT Republic Truck 660
Ford Truck. WIU-Uoll attachment 400
HIT Dort Touring 886
HIT Elcar Chummy Roadster.
Hit Bulck 11
HIT Ford Roadater
AH ears wtll be demonstrated to your
We carry tb stock and make the
. prtca. , .
100 USED CARS FROM
- r $100 UP
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
'! ' ittf fsrnam Street.
; ' HIT Ford Roadster.
-!.Hlt Ford Taurine
HIT Ford Touring. .
;:,' ltlt Ford Coup.
J ' i Hit Dodg Taurtnr.
1918 Baby Orand Chevrolet.
' RepBbU -toa Track,
V INDUSTRIAL , GARAGE
' Ittk M Harney . , Dssglas 11(1.
THE STUNG BUYER
The stung buyer usually looks for the
lot. garage. Oak finish. House In fine
pried loose a car and who bite on decoy
advertisements, or those who go straying
along the curb markets or the corner
open air emporiums with full confidence In
their own smartness. Smartness avails
one nothing In the used car game the
other chap is always atlll smarter; else
be wouldn't make his salt
There Is. of course, a legitimate field
for the sale of exchanged motor cars, and
there are many responsible businessmen
engaged In the selling of them.
1117 Ford Coupe.
1917 Ford Sedan.
1911 Malbohm Roadster,
1915 Velle Touring.
1915 Chandler Touring.
1915 Paige Touring.
1915 Allen Touring.
J917 Ford Roadster,
1917 Overland 75 Roadster
1917 Overland 75 Touring.
ItU Overland 12 Touring.
1915 Overland 81 Boadstar.
1911 Overland 10 Roadater.
1911 Overland 90 Touring.
1911 Overland (0 Country Club.
1919 Overland 86-4 Touring.
Wlllys-Knlght 4 Touring.
2404 Leavenworth St. Phono Tyler 213S.
We Try to Please. Fords Our Specialty.
WE ARE THE USED CAR MEN.
When better used car values are offered
wo win oner mem.
. 1917 Chalmers Six $ 7(0
1917 Chalmers Six 700
1917 Bulck Light "lx 00
1917 Rulck Light Six 7 SO
1917 Bulck Light Six 700
1917 Hudson Super-Six 1,100
1911 Hudson 0-40...
191C Briscoe Eight
1917 Briscoe Tom
1914 Hupp 32
1(15 Model K Hupp Roadster.
FORDS' FORDS! FORDS! FORDS!
1911 Touring, practically $500
1912 Touring, used a little , 475
1917 Touring, good tires ", 400
1910 Touring, an awful good one .' 3(0
1910 Roadster, repalned Juo
1917 Roadster 375
Every car demonstrated to your entire
satisfaction and sold under a 24-hour
trial, and money back It not satisfied
1910 FARNAM ST. DOUOLA8 9070.
SOME FINE HIGH GRADE
USED CAR BARGAINS
1 Packard Twin Six touring car, fully
equipped, four new tlrea. Car la In A-l
condition. Price i!,260.
1 J91Telght-eyl!nder Cadlllao Brome.
Is In splendid condition. New Royal Cord
tires. Our special price, 22,600.
1 -Sli-cyllnder seven-passenger Wlnton
ear. In tins shape. Fully equipped. Price,
GEORGE F. REIM CO.
218T AND HARNET.
"IJSED TRUCK FOR SALE.
Two-ton chain driver truck 1uat over.
hauled. Buda motor, either with or with
out body. Best offer takes It.
I VICTOR MOTOR CO..
Tel. Douglas 8486. 2615 Farnam St.
Tires and Supplies.
tOxt, plain, 210 85.
80x8 plain, 212.76.
t0x2H, non-skid, 215.40.
Oood used Ford tlrea. 88.00 and up.
Other alsea In proportion. Retreading;
OMAHA RADIATOR AND
Express charges paid when cash tsnt
ltlt Cuming St., Omaha, Neb.
2.800 Miles Guaranteed.
tOxt, 17.78; 80x8, 8S.75; 11x2 H, 210.86;
82X4, 812.85; 84x4, 818.25; 15x4V, 216.60.
write ua today for particulars.
- Expert Radiator and Ttr Repairing.
"2 IN 1" VULCANIZING CO.,
1618 Davenport St Omaha. D. 2914.
TIRB bargains at unheard of prices; all
brand new, 18 atandard makes. Come in
and let our goods and price settle 1 the
SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
x OMAHA CUT RATE TIRB CO
"Nebraska's Ttr Bargain Center."
Douglas 2910. 2W) 8. 19th St
NEW UP-TO-DATE Speedster Body for re
modeling any Ford, material highest
quality Attractive appearance, a great
bargain, 2(6.00. Write for catalog, toth
Century Equipment House, Dept A, 858
w. Madison street, Chicago.
to start on the job of gaining
the addition of beautiful homes, is the place to buy YOUR
- YOU KNOW. A 4
that Omaha is growin&at a remarkable rate. That there is
not a house "For Rent" that is desirable in every way.
That VERY FEW new houses are being built. That there is
going to be a serious SHORTAGE of homes in a few
months. We are building a few more beautiful
and some larger houses in BEAUTIFUL MINNE LUSA.
If you do not get that new Home now you may regret
it We are selling them as fast as they are completed. Act
today and get choice of fixtures and decorating.
is the prettiest and BUSIEST spot in Omaha.
Sunday call: E. A. Hoisington, Colfax 2202, or M. O.
Headley, Colfax 3482.
CharlesW. Martin & Go.
742 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg, . ' Tyler 187
Tires and Supplies.
BUICK light six touring '&
Chalmera roadster '"9
Maxwell touring 453
BARNL'M SMITH CO.,
3123 Cuming St.
NEW TlftKS AT M PRICE. ALL SISJKS.
NEW 30x3 Republic. 19.75 Ford tubes, IJ.35.
lfKW 30x3 I,BB TIKES 115.25
NEW 32x31.4 FIRESTONE TIKES JIS.OO
KAI.MAN'S TIRB JOBBERS, 1731 Cuming.
INSIST on O. & O. quality retrend and
save 50 per cent on your tires. Bargains
In new and slightly used tires. O. & .
Tire Co.. 2415 Leaven'th St. Tyler 1361-W.
BUY Leo puncture-proof pneumatic tires and
eliminate your tire troublea. Powell Sup
ply Co., 3061 Farnam St.
TIRB price wreckers. This Is no I-ln-l tire.
COMBINATION TIRB FACTORT,
433 S. 13th. Axis Wanted. Omaha. Neb
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HARMS Y-DAV1USON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos, the Motorcycle Man, 27th and Leav
NO drugo, no massage, but a wonderfully
successful home treatment for prostata
disorders; no failures on record; one-third
of our patrons are physicians; no matter
what you have tried, no matter how old
the case, this method quickly removes
the causo in a natural, harmless way; tell
us about your case In confidence. The
Electrothermal Co., Oliver Bldg., Steubun
A BOOK WORTH READING To the first
100 persons sending 10c to pay postage,
packing, etc., wo will mail a copy of
"The Comeback," a timely, well-written,
Interesting and Instructlvo book. Address,
Publishers, The Comeback, P. O. Box
1001, Detroit, Mich.
THE Salvation Army Industrial Home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, maga
zines. We collect. We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4135 and our wagon will call. Call
and Inspect our new home. 1110-1112-1114
WHITE a song, patriotic or popular. 1
compose music and guarantee publica
tion. Send words today. Thomas Mer
lin, 037 Reaper Block, Chicago.
MISS ALLEN Massage, faclai and scalp
treatment. 1803 Farnam St., Room 2.
MISS FISH Kit, sulphur, steam baths and
masssge, 870 Bran. Thea. Bldg. V. 1559.
MAE BRUGMllNTTcTentiric masseuse and
baths. 203 Karbach Blk. Red 2727.
MASSAGE and hatha Miss Halran, 232-
BATHS and massage,
Miss Harlan. 223
Manicuring and mass. 1628 Farnam. R. II.
MORPHINE, liquor and cigaret habits suc
cessfully treated at your home. No pain,
sickness or loss of time. Send stamp for
booklet of Information. Dr. Quayle Sani
tarium, Madison, Lake county, Ohio.
RUPTURE euccessfully treated without a
surgical operation. Call or write. Dr.
Frank H. Wrav. 208 Bee Bldg.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
AIREDALE PUPS FOR SALE
Ten. choice pupa, farm raised, bright,
strong and active. These are pupa of
quality, good style and conformation.
Dam, Kendall's Bertha. 221421, sire, Su
preme Judge, 241670. Wtll also sell tried
brood matron two yeara old. Address
B A, OIETZEN, Marquette. Neb.
2,000 DAY-OLD-CHICKS Rocks, Reds,
Orpingtons. Leghorn. Webster, 1708,
WHEAT screenings, 23 60 per 100. Delivered.
Wagner. 801 N. 16th Et.. Pbone Doug 1143.
ANGORA kittens; six handsome fellows, for
sale. 1541 Willis Ave. Tel. Web. 635.
CHICKS FOR SALE 5 weeks old, 25o each.
Horses Live Stock Vehicl
FOR SALE Two thoroughbred Jersey
calves, one bull and one heifer. Telephone
Council Bluffs, 121.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security
240, 6 mo., II. goods, total, 13.00.
Emsller. larger am'ts. proportionate rate
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
431 Securities Rfrlg.. 16th ft Farnam. Ty. 668.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AM) JKWKI.KI
1 (if SMALLER LOANS. OCT,
A O W. C. FLATAU EST. 1852. O
6TH FLR. SEOURITINES BLIK). TY. 960.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths, llarfy
Maleshock, 1614 Dodge. D. 6619 Est. 1891.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Charles E. Smith and wife to William
B. Davis and wife, 64th at, 100 ft.
south of Lake St., w. side. 60x128 t 1.660
Battle Hennlssey to James McRobert.
n. a. cor. 63d and Blondo St., 128x
200 .'. 1.0M
Lewis T. Pterson and wife to Fred
Bering, Hascall St., 200 ft west of
21st at. a. side, 60x128.5 fOO
Frances Hough, and huaband to Clara
Curtis Imlay, 21st st, 60 ft north of
Evana St., w. aide, 40x67 4,250
Emma A. Myers and husband to Hans
J. Petersen, 60 St., 200 ft. south of
Center St., w. side, 40x144 850
Rasmus Nielsen and wife to Marie B.
Monger, Marcy St., 60 ft. east of 43d
St.. a. side, 45x108 6.250
Wilson T. Graham and wife to Ben
Wolfe, 27th st, 200 ft south of
Caldwell at, e. side, 85x125 2.000
Maggie Nuckolls et al to the S. D.
Mercer company, a. w. cor. 4,0th and
Cuming at, 60x1881.5 17,000
Home Real Estate St Investment com
pany to Herman Aye, CaUfornla st,
68 ft. east of 17th at, 10xxl32 8.000
John O. Nielsen and wife to Samuel
B. Williams. 27th st, 60 ft south of
A at, w. side, 60x150 2.100
Tomas Sejnost to Linn P. Campbell,
n. 0. cor. Second and Poppleton, 50x
100 and other property 2,650
A representative list of the best
of any article refer to the list
.HERMAN, A. W.. 2311 N. 24th St Webster
2883 Auto livery and atorage.
IITH TAXI CO.. Doug 6s, 1417 Ksrnam.
Funeral cars firfnlebei Al 8mlth. Mgr.
ROESSIO. W. F. 144 8. 40th. Har. 1441,
We make old autos look llks new ones.
OREENOUOH AUTO RADIATOR REPAIR
ING. 2020 farnam Douglas 2001.
AMERICAN MACllINU WORKS. 110 H. 11th
Doug 4881. Automobile work. cyL boring,
pistons fitted auto part made to order.
BER'I'SCHY MFO. & ENGINEERING CO..
8 E. Cor. 20th and Harney Sts.. old parts
made new. new -ar made, too." D 2552.
TWO-IN-ONE VULCANIZING CO.. 1518
Davenport St Douglas 2914
Auto Tops and Trimmings.
ENGLISH. THOS. F.. 211S Harney. Doug
las 2785. Satisfaction guaranteed.1 'The
beat I none too good
DICKINSON, CHAS. T.
511 Paxton BllaJ
FISHER. H., 1418 First Nat Bank Bldg. D.
1268. Attorney and counsellor at law.
FITZGERALD JAMES M., 1017-20 City Nat
Bank Bldg. Douglaa 4508.
GRAY BRUMBAUGH, 313-14 Omaha Nat
Bank Bldg. Red 3167. Genera) practice In
atato and federal courta.
HODDER, E. C. 644 Omaha Nat'l Bank
Bldg Douglas 2244
MATTER8, THOMAS H.. Lawyer, 262 Oro,
Nat Bank Bldg Douglaa 4227.
Abstracts ot Title.
MIDLAND TITLE GUARANTEE! St AB
STRACT CO.. 1714 Farnam St Douglas
DALTON ADDING AND CALCULATING
MACHINES. 434 Ramge Bldg. Doug. 1441.
M'CAFFREY MOTOR CO.. 10th and How
ard.4 Doug. 8600. Ford cars and repairs.
Authorized agents for Ford cars.
M1NTYRB-HAYWAR MOTOR CO..
2427 Farnam. Douglaa 2406.
Stearns-Knlght and Regal car.
SAMPLE-HART MOTOR CO.. 18th and
Burt Tyler 613. 100 per cent Ford serv
ice to Ford owners.
AMERICAN STATE BANK. 18tb and Far
nam. Weed Block. Phone Tyler 80.
ITEN BISCUIT CO., Capitol Ave., 12th to
12th St Douglas 2122. Snow White bak
ery. Mfrs. of crscxers. caxes and cooklea.
FENOER, N., 205 Brandela Theater Bldg.
Douglas 2762. 'Blue prints that satisfy."
Baggage and Transfer
OMAHA TRANSFER COMPANY,
"THE ONLY WAY."
Telephone Douglas 296 14th and Jackson.
FORD TRANSFER CO.. 817 Douglas St
Tyler 2. "Always at your service."
FOLEY AUTO EXPRESS, 1007 V, Howard. T.
141. Let us contract to do hauling for YOU.
DRAKE. WILLIAMS. MOUNT CO., 23d and
Hickory. D. 1043. Mfrs. of boilers, tanks,
amokeatscka and oxy-acteylene welding
LB BRON ELECTRICAL WORKS,
lit S. 12th. Douglaa 2176. Largest elec
trical repair works and contracting com
pany In the middle west
J. HENRICKSEN. THE LOYAL JEWELER,
Douglaa 1674. 201 N. 16th St,
Building and Loan Associations.
OMAHA LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIA
TION. N. W. Cor. 15tb .nd Dodge. Doug
lea 270. 6 per cent es estate loans.
POPE DRUO CO., 1302 Farnam. D. 2672.
Gen. Agt NTAL'S FAMILY REMEDIES.
ALFALFA BUTTER CO., 120-24 N. 11th St
Douglaa 8903 W. W Rlchardaon. Prea.
HORR1L CASH AND CREDIT REGISTER
CO.. 218-222 City Nat'l Rank Bldg.
Douglaa 4408. E. W. Hart. Prea.
10TH TEAR IN OMAHA; fired out of Con
tinental Blk; new location, 424-486 Bran
dela Th. Bldr Dr. L. N. Carpenter. D. 6881,
OMAHA CONCRETE STONE COMPANY.
istn Ave. and Sabler est Colfax 886.
ROGERS CONFECTIONERY. 24tb and
Farnam Sts. Pbona Douglas 127.
A. B. SWEET 8HOP, THE. D. 2820. 16th
Jackson. - Dainty luncbea and lea cream.
Fancy and ataple groceries
EADES, DR. O. F., 201 Paxton Block.
D. T728. Not the cheapest, but tht best
Dry Goods (Wholesale).
BYRNE St HAMMERS DRY GOODS CO.
tth and Howard 8ta. Doujlss 206. Cloak
aulta. ladtea and mens furnishing, art
goods, millinery and draperies; all kinds
of fanny and sts pie Dry Goods
ANDERSON. DR. MART
80S Bee Bldg.
Superfluous hair removed, electricity; needle
work guaranteed. Miss Allender. 624 Bee.
Engineers, Consulting & Supervising.
HENNINOSON ENGINEERING CO.. 1122
Farnam. D. 82!9. Skilled municipal Im
provement engineers; sewer, paving, elec
light, water works, appraisals, reports
ANDERSON BENNETT. 424 Bee Bldg.
Douglas 1430. Heating, ventilating and
power planta. Engineers and draftsmen
BRANDEIB FLOWER DEPARTMENT.
Foundries (Iron and Brass).
PAXTON-MITCHELL CO, 2614 Martha bt
Hartley 1662. Machine, gray Iron, brass,
bronxe and aluminum castings
OLREN A SCHL1NGER. 1407 Jackson. D.
7491. Brass, broos. and aluminum cast
ings. Fish (Wholesale).
BOOTH FISHERIES CO.
1808 Leavenworth St. Douglaa 626
1608 Farnam. Douglas 648
Live Stock Commission.
ROSENSTOCK BHOb.. iji Eichafcge Bldg.
Omaha. Etockers ani1 feeders our specialty.
business houses in Omaha and Council Bluffs. When iri need
below. You can depend upon excellent service and values.
FORD HOSPITAL, Zuil. and Douglaa Sts.
Douglas 340. hi charge of Dr. Michael J.
Ford, surgeon-in-chief Tba most com
plete hoollal In the west.
PETERSON & MICKELSON HARDWARE
CO.. THE, 4916-18 S 24tb SU. Soutb Side.
Pbone South 171.
NEAL INSTITUTE. 1602 South lltb St.
Groceries and Meats.
PUBLIC AND EMPRESS MARKETS.
Douglaa 2792 Wholesaler) and retailers
of everything In eatables. Watch (or data
of opening In First Nat'l Bank Bldg
8CHNAUBER St HWFFMA 08 N ltb
Douglas 1420 8tnple groceries and meats
W131.ER. JOHN. 4s;b and Leavenwortb.
Walnut S343. Free deliver
OMAHA ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO..
McfTague Blk.. 16th and Dodge. Douglas
BAKER ICE MACHINE CO..
664. Wholesale and retail tea.
ltth and Nicholas J. L. Baker.
Paints. Oils and Class.
BARKER BROS.' PAINT
1608V4 Farnam Str
:). Douglaa 4750.
INDEPENDENT LUMBER CO..
40th and Leaven world Harney 424.
HOAGLAND & CO., GEO. A., 724 S. Main St
Phone 245 Lumber. Iln. and cement.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DAVIS. DR. WILLIAM WINDLE.
Physician and Surgeon.
1120-21-22 First Nat Bk. Bldg. Tyler 116.
CAMPBELL, DR. 8. M.. Physician and Bur
geon. 104 Farnam St Douglaa 1220
BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER.
1114 Howard St Douglaa 10J6 Printers
supplies. School Furniture and Supplies.
OMAHA SCHOOL SUPPLY CO..
1108-12 Nicholas St. Douglas 1911.
"Everything for schools."
OMAHA PRINTING CO.. 12th and Farnam.
Douglaa 846. Printing, atatlonery and of
fice furniture v
DOUGLAS PI.INTING CO.. 101-11 N. 18tb Bt
Douglas 8647. Fine commercial printing.
EDDY PRINTING CO.; THE. 322 Bee Bldg
Douglaa 8647 Fine commerclar-prlntlng.
NEBRASKA & IOWA STEEL TANK "O.
1201 Willis Ave. Webster 278.
Stationery and Supplies.
OMAHA STATIONERY CO.. THE
207-302 So. 17th. Douglas 805. Offlcs. type
writer, architects' and engineers' sup
plies. Loose leaf devices.
BATRY VIM CO. OF OMAHA, 216 8. 20tn
St Phone Douglas 7661. We rebuild deaO
atorage batteries to full efficiency.
TOWNSEND GUN CO.. 1514 Farnam.
Douglaa 870. Outing and camping supplies
and outing clothing.
Tin and Sheet Metal Works.
CARTER SHEET METAL CO.. 108-10-12 8.
10th St Douglas 602. Skyllghta. atea)
ceilings and galvanize'' sheets.
Tents and Awnings.
NEBRASKA TENT & AWNINO CO..
1204 Farnam. D. 3329. When you think 01
tents or awnings think of Douglas 3229.
Pleating and Buttons.
VAN ARNAM'S DRESS PLEATING. HEM
STITCHING AND BUTTON CO.. Doug.
1109. Rooms 336-27 Paxton Blk.. 3d floor.
Typewriters and Supplies,
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
1905 Farnam. Douglas 4121. All makea.
Mirrors and Resilvsring.
OMAHA MIRROR AND ART GLASS CO
Douglaa 6525. 1614 Cuming St
ANDERSON. CARL A.. 141,7 Jackaon.
Douglaa 2418. Specialists 1c Bosch Igni
tion systems and Helnza '-ctrlo starters.
Wall Paper and Paint.
TETTER-WALL PAPER CO.. 1414 Harney.
Phons Douglaa 930. Wall paper and In
terior decorations. Wholesale and retail.
WIEMER, O. I. 2302 Cuming. Doug. S763
Wholesale and retail wall paper and
paints. Also painting and decorating.
HULSE & RIEPEN. 701 fj. 46th. D. 1226.
Undertakers and embalmers. Personal at
tention given to all calls sad funerals
HOFFMAN. LEO A.. Cor. 24tb and Dodge.
Dougiaa 2901. Experts In embalming and
funeral directing Private chapet
HEAFEY St HEAFEY. 2611 Ea-rham Har
ney 265 Undertakers and embalmers.
CROSBY, WILLIS C. 2511-18 N. 24tb St
Phone Webster 47. ;
CUDAHY PACKINO CO.
South 2340. Soutb Omaha
PATENTS procured, bought and aold. Inter
national Patent Co.. 5HJ Branoeia. u. bi.
OMAHA NAT'L BANK. Tyler 100; 17th and
Wall Paper and Paint.
iW-rg i.. 211 S. Main bt
Ht We band! the best In wall
pa, . And paints.
Council Bluffs Directory
COMMERCIAL NAT'L BANK.
Broadway and Scott St Pbone 41.
HOOD'S BARBER SHOP, 629 W. B'dway
Red 1307. Baths In connection.
Observe the number of clean towels used
on each customer.
Boots and Shoes.
TIERCE SHOE CO.. 419 West Broadway
Phone 669. Strong St Garfield's men's shoes
Wright St Peters' and E. P. Reed's ladles'
shoea Dr. Reed's Cushion Sole Shoes.
Coa. and Ice.
DROGB ELEVATOR Co.. 620 Pearl St
Phone- 2So Caterers tohestsnd cold
O'NEILL BROS., 121 W Broadway.
Phone 629 Coal, wood and feed
NEW COUNCIL BLUFFS COAL ft ICE CO.
(l-ll W Bmadwav Phone 71
BOLTON. (L. H.I TOURIST GARAGE. 160
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High class photo plays. Vaudeville Id
'BLUE GOWNS' ARE
Reconstruction Workers' Sta
tus Established, and Corps Is
Busy in France Tutoring
Washington, June 29. Teachers,
nurses and healers, too, are the "Blue
Gowns" of the army medical corps,
at work now in the hospitals of the
United States and "over there."
Reconstruction aides is their offi
cial name, but ttfe cheery hue of their
distinctive uniform has already won a
handier name for the special corps of
70 women whose membership treats
and teaches among the maimed sol
diers brought bark from the battle
front. Theirs is the work of coaxing
back the wasted "muscles and disused
limbs of wounded men, and later by
patrent tutoring instilling deftness in
new arts and vocations which the hos
pital schools are planning for the re
Most of the "Blue Gowns" were re
cruited from the instruction staff Sa of
manual training schools and civilian
hospitals, where experienced workers
were found available.
"Beside a table a young fellow in
uniform was carving a conventional
flower border on a wooden picture
frame," says an official description of
their work. "The design was his own
and the work his first piece. He was
inclined to be clumsy because he was
using his left hand! A 'Blue Gown'
was ready to guide and advise him.
The use of this man's right hand has
been permanently lost; it.was thought
by him at one time that he was handi
capped for life as a money earner, be
cause his successful profession had
been that of a mechanical draftsman.
So it is that he is wood-carving, not
as a possible vocation, but to train his
left hand. Not only are his jingers
becoming nimble by slow degrees but
his mind is at the same time occupied.
As he becomes adept in. left-handed
carving, he is preparing or the time
when he will again begin to draft,
this time with his left hand. This
mental concentration upon a new task
is believed by doctors and psycholo
gists to be a valuable antidote for dis
couragement. "At the same open-air worship,
which is the veranda of a hospital, one
man was intent upon knitting a scarf.
He had chosen worsted of a coral
pink, and- the knitting was being done
upon a wooden framework. One
group of men, temporarily crippled,
were carving designs upon wooden
blocks, and several were learning to
weave upon hand looms."
Typewriting and basketry, and also
the childhood lore of the spelling
book and the arithmetic are some of
the convalescent activities which the
"Blue Gowns" direct. In the treat
ment rooms inside, they were guiding
electrical appliances and administer
ing the complicated series of treat
ments that perfect the restoration
work started by the surgeon at the
front. There is a large field for their
work among soldiers who have been
imprisoned for weeks in casM"and
bandages after a wound has fereen sus
tained, and the army provides
through the "Blue Gowns" the trained
Since the corps was organized tinder
Miss Marguerite Sanderson last Janu
ary, pay and status for its members
have been established. They receive
$50 a month while on duty in the
United States, and $60 a month if they
go abroad. They are housed at the
hospitals, or allowance of $62.50 a
month additional is made for quarters
outside. Age limits have been fixed
from 25 to 40 years. '
Rookies at Camp Funston
Stage Home Talent Shows
Camp Funston, Kan., JiKie 28.
The rookies idea of a big game at
which the lid on risibilities is kept
close against the ceiling and some
times threatens to go through the
: tlio u'Frktv "stunt nieht" oro-
gram. Every Friday evening is de -
voted to this entertainment. Home
talent" simply is permitted to run
riot, and while some of the turns are
greetedvwith shouts of "Give "im the
hook," the majority of the numbers
prove their merits and encores are in
order. " . ,
Here is the latest 'stunt night
program given at Young Men's Chris
Piano Solo Elmer Barr, Company
Fancy Dancing and Light Comedy
George Martin, Company 44.
Vocal Quartet "Fatty" and three
others, Company 43.
Impersonation and Reading
Michael Greenbbrg, Company 42.
Tenor Solo Ben Arnheim, Com
Reading Innocents Abroad,
(Mark Twain) Solomon Bloom,
Song "We're on Our Way to Ber-
THIS MAN THREW
THE KAISER INTO
BIG SNOW DRIFT
Ole Jonsrud on Death Bed Re
calls What He Did to Wil
helm II in Norway Many
By Associated Press.
Viroqua, Wis., June 29. During t
conscious moment Ole Jonsrud
turned over in his death bed
and chuckled. He was telling au
thorities at the county home hers
the story of how he seized th
German kaiser, Wilhelm Hollen
zollern by the nape of the neck and
seat of the trousers and chucked him
into a snow drift in Norway.
"If I had only realized my oppor
tunity," Jonsrud muttered, "my
nephews and America's sons would
not be sacrificing their lives on the
altar of Wilhelm's greed and fright
fulness." After relating the incident, which
wsa confirmed by his sister. Mrs.
Martha Gottlieb of Chicago, and
other relatives, Jonsrud, who had
been a resident of Westby for many
years, died at the county home,
where he had been ill for some time.
The incident involving the rough
handling of Wilhelm, then crown
prince of Germany, came to light in
a letter from Jonsrud's niece, who
pointed to the affair with pride. The
superintendent tf the hospital ques
The crown prince was 19 years old
when he and a companion engaged
Jonsrud, a coach driver, to convey
them1 from Sondre-land, Norway, to
Odncs, a distance of several miles.
Severe weather conditions obtained
and the horses picked their way
through the snow drifts with dif
ficulty. Suddenly the crown prince burst
forth with a volley of oaths of pro
test at the slow pace and commanded
Jonsrud to lash the horses. The
latter refused and the crown prince
seized the whip and began beating
the animals. They darted into a
gallop and got out of control of
When they were brought to a
stop, Jonsrud seized Wilhelm and
hurled him foremost into a drift and
then held him there while the
crown prince sputtered and cursed. ,
"Do you know who I am?" Wil
"No, and I don't care," Jonsrud re
torted. The driver was amazed at the end
of the journey to receive a check for
50 crowns signed by the crown
"It was the big event of my life."
Northcliffe Sends American
Boys July Fourth Message
Detroit, Mich.,.June 29. A Fourth
of July message to American boys
from Lord Northcliffe, British pub
lisher and journalist, urging them to
"Get prepared; keep prepared," in the
event that the war continues so long
that they will be' calld upon to fight,
was made public here today.
"The lesson of this great war is
preparedness," said Lord Northcliffe
in his message, which will appear in
the July issue, of The American Boy.
published here. "Now it may be
God grant that it may bel that you'
American boys of 1918 shall not be
called to go forth to a foreign land '
and fight beside your fathers and
brothers and the men of military age
in Britain and France for world free
dom and justice to the weak, as well
as the strong. We hope this war will
end in victory long before you can be
called to the flag. But my message
to you is to remember that no man
knows what tomorrow will, brint;
"A great many of you millions of
American boys are close to manhood
now, and to many such boys may fall
even yet the task of 'going over to
help your men and ours to win the
war on the field of battle. A great
many, the majority, of the American
soldiers already in the field sturdy,
brave chaps were boys like your
selves only a short time ago. And
just as they march to the front with
a glad, heart and a-song on their lips,
and a great and solemn vow to 'carry
on' for victory, whatever the cost, so
will you go if the opportunity comes.
"But my message pf 'preparedness
to you does not nfean only that you
will be prepared to go and fight when
the call comes. Preparedness means
that you can help nov. Do your bit,
whether it is gathering kindling so
that your father will have more
money to buy Liberty bonds, or
looking after the baby so that your
mother may go out and sew for the
Red Cross. Do your bit, if it means
giving up sweets and movies and use
less spending of money, to help
Uncle Sam by buying thrift stamps,
by running errands for the Red Cross,
or by splitting wood for the widow
whose son is fighting 'over there.'
"Let this Fourth of July have a
new significance to you let it mean
aore than ever before. Let it im
press on you that the American bov -
and the British boy will stand to-'
gether for all time in a common bond
'chums' and faithful companions
against the foes of right and liberty."
lin." William II. Hollingsworth, the
author, and chorus, Company 41.
Musical talent among the new ar
rivals as expressed through the me
dium of a piano, is hors de combat
just at present, while vaccination is
having due effect. But that does
not affect the warblers. So Mr.
Guthrie is making up for the deficit
in piano music among the "interned"
(at detention camp.) just now by
holding big sings. As accompanist.
Song Leader Guthrie has found a top
liner who manipulates a large, voci
ferious accordeon. He is Henry Staf
fard of Company 9, D. .B.
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