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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES
SUMMER Miss Rosa, December 12. aged
32 years, at her residence, 614 Park ave
nue. Funeral services from the Hoff
man funeral home Friday at 2 p. m.
' Interment Pleasant Hill cemetery. De-
' ceased la survived by her parents, Mr,
. and Mrs. Isadnr Sommer; one sister,
Miss Helen, and one brother, Max.
CROUNSE Mrs. David, age 28, died at
Ford hospital of pneumonia. Funeral
i . at 1 p. m. from her residence, 010 North
CARD OF THANKS.
A We wish to thank our many friends for
'i: their kind acts, sympathy and beautiful
floral offering received during the Illness
and death ot our beloved wife, mother,
:. Sister and aunt
CHESTER D. PERLET.
ELIZABETH I. PERLET.
MR. AND MRS. A. W. PERLET.
S MR. AND MRS. R. D. CATHERWOOD.
't vb wish to express our sincere thanks to
our neighbors and friends, espe
dally to the members of the Omaha
i . Fire department for the many kind
deeds, and also for the beautiful floral
offerings for our beloved nusoana ana
' father. Mrs. P. T. Connolly and family.
riX LEE L. LARMON
U14 Douglas St. Deuglaa 8244
Flowers anlpped everywhere. Ex. paid.
Henderson. 1611) Farnam. D. 1248
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
. Undertakers and embalmers. Tel. II.
t(. Office 2(11 Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
Pioneer Funeral Directors
101 Bo. 16th St. Phone Doug. 1220
HOFFMAN FUNERAL HOME
Hoffman quality service costs leaa.
24th and Dodge. Douglas S901.
' STACK & FALCONER
Independent Undertaker. 33d-Far. H. 400
il L. DODDER CO., Funeral Director.
F. L. Feru, Mr., 83d and Cuming- Sta.
Phone Douglas 677 Auto ambulance.
JOHN A, GENTLEMAN, undertaker ard
emhalmer. 8411 Farnum Bt Har. 312
MONUMENTS & CEMETERIES,
WEST LAWN CEMETERY.
Family lota on easy payment:
l thoughtful service: perpetual care; street
5 cara to- entrance. Phone Walnut 820 or
i Dougla 829, and our auto will call for
THE largest display of monuments In
. the United States, FRANK SWOBODA,
121 8. Mth. Phone Douglas 1872-6216.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births John and Anna Rodlk, 6012
South Twenty-fifth, girl: William and
Ella Delmer, Route N. 5, Sarpy county,
boy; Eugem and Stella Coffeen, 3309 Ar
bor, boy; Herman and Lena Kurl, five
mile west of Omaha, girl; Max and Annie
Bolster, 3926 L, girl; Frank and Susie Har
ris, 1534 North Eighteenth, girl; August
and Helen Newhaus, Route No. 7, boy;
Thomas and Isabella Golden, 6012 South
Twentieth avenue, boy; George and Agnes
Zagurskl, 2364 South Twenty-ninth, girl;
Smll and Hilda Anderson, 608 North Forty-first
. Deaths Lutlcla Whitley. 62, 4010 Par
ker; Harry F. Kruse, 22. hospital; Helen
?'asko, 39, hospital; Brltta C. Johanson,
3,, 2508 North Sixty-third; Charles
Thoelcke, 68, 3013 'Dewey avenue; Jean
ttte Plek, 77. 2219 Evans; J. A. McLaugh
lin.' T4, 2013 Douglas; Benjamin A. Court
ney. 61, 1424 North Nineteenth: John O.
Allen, 66, 2415 Capitol aenue; Edward M.
lAndreesen, 74, Colonial apartments: Leigh
R. Howell, 29, 4109 North Twenty-second;
IKred I Mace, 28, hospital; Sarah A. Gard
ner, S3, Old Peoples home: Charles Mc-
cartny, , 3016 rastenar; ratricK Rtorti
:ner, 14, 4120 South Fortieth: Anna Koslk,
44, 52 V; Horace M. Clark, 34. 3015
North Thirtieth: Jennette P. White, 34,
hospital; Tllller S. fltolze, 28, 2870 Plnkney;
Sarah JU- Parley, 36, 1309 South Thirty-
second; Alva Carlson, 1, Fifty-sixth and
Pratt; Ada F. Rodgers, 11, 3315 Daven
port; ;Vernon D. Kaser, 12, 2030 Spring;
Kdlth T. Kaser, .35, 2030 Spring; Joseph
Nekola. JS. 6632 South Twenty-third:
Gladys Orantam, 12, 2933 South Twentieth;
Marlon Wright. , 2614 North Seventeenth;
Thorns W. Mitchell, 87. 2705 Caldwell
avenue; Margaret Shanahan, 7, 2913
South Sixteenth; Martha Olbson, 20, 2677
Harney). Alton II. Peterson. 14. 6573 Mi
ami: Florence Tenhaltf, 49, 2616 Mere
dith avenue; Martin B. Melneke, 25, hos
pital. Fort Omaha: Clara S. Hunter, 29,
hospital; Carl p. Frlck, 23, hospital. Fort
Omaha; Alice Forz, 21, hospital.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Furniture and Houshold Goods.
XMA3 SHOULD BRING GREAT
CHEER THIS YEAR.
Tou may In assured of th cheer this
year INjou seek the roc at select of your
gifts from our stock of Purnltura and
House Furnishings. We want to claim
your attention on a few of the Real
Big Values for little money. 845.00 Lux
urious Arm Cbalr. big back. 322.50; 118
Reed Rocker, cretonne, lonae cushions,
spring seats, 39.95; other chairs snd
rockers 14.75 to 375.00; 311.60 Vernls
Martin Beds. $5 S : 819.60 Vernls Martin
Beds. 113.76: 342.60 Heavy Brass Beds.
927.50: Electric Table Lamps, 33.95 to
$ ff. 7 5 ; Matting and Cedar Chests as low
as 32.28. We specialise on complete fur
nishings for hotels, rooming houses and
homes. We pay the freight.
STATE FURNITURE CO.,
14th and Dodge Sts. Opp. U.P. Bldg
HELP WANTED MALE.
Wstera-Barnhsrt Ptg. Co., 414 8. 13th St
Furniture, stoves, rugs, linoleum, Vlc
trolas. trunks and suitcases, bedding and
linen Better goods for less money.
Credit If you wish. Open evening.
1839-47 N. 24tb St Phones: Web. 1(07.
-Three soft coal stoves. Web-
Pianos and Musical Instruments
PIANOS for rent 14 per mo. A. Hospe Co.
Typewriters and Supplies.
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING)
NEW AND REBUILT
The most complete line of Typewrit
er and Adding Machines west of Chi
cago. Can furnish any make at most
any price you desire to pay. We rent
and repair all makes and will buy cr
trade for your old machine, Every
machine guaranteed. See us before
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
(Established over 15 years.)
Douglas 4121. 1905 Farnam St.
TYPEWRITERS all makes, sold, rented
THE W. N. LONO COMPANT.
1915 Farnam. Tel. D. 3961,
BARGAINS 1212 Farnam. CJ A T7IT?0
, co. oar
J. J. Derlght Safe Co.
PATENTS procured, bought and aold. In
ternational Patent Co.. (83 Brandelt
STUROES & STURGES. U. S. and foreign
patents and trademarks. 330 Bee Bldg
Dledrlck, P. L.. 216 8 20th. Tailor. D. 3432
Omaha Towel Supply 207 S 11th. D 6S2.
WEDDING announcementa and printing.
Douglas Printing Co Tel. Douglas 644.
ONE of the best paying confectioneries,
soda fountain and cafe. Rent with liv
ing rooms, 330. Just the place for man
and wife. This place must be sold by
January 1. Fixturea the best money
can buy. Price of fixturea, 81.800. In
voice stock. Might consider some trade.
Phone Tyler 1782-W.
NEBRASKA farm mortgage Incorporation
for ale. Have charter and article of
Incorp. with broad authority and ready
to transact business. Box 6476 Om. Bee,
RENT an Oliver Typewriter, three month
for IC.00. Oliver Agency, 1905 Farnam
A TYPEWRITER wlfl" make an Ideal
Xmas gift. We have them at 110 up,
Write for list. Midland Typ. Co., 1404
Store and Office Fixtures.
WE buy, sell and make desks, safe, show
case, shelving, etc. Omaha Fixture ft
Supply Co., 11th and Douglaa. D. 2724.
SEWING MACHINES .
We rent, repair, sey needle Cftd part
OS ail sewing mac-nines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.
15th and Harney St. Doug. 1662.
HARDWARE, HEATING AND PLUMB
ING FOR SALE.
One of the best fbwns on the main
line of the Rock Island, between Des
Molnea and Omaha. About (9,000 stock,
clean and up to date. Can show a big
money maker. Other Interests demand
attention. Charles Snyder, Adair, la.
FOR SALE 2 double cell from old Dodge
county Jail, 12x28x7 ft. high: In perfect
condition. Mercer Auto Parts Co.. Fre
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feathers steamed.
renovated and made up In new feath
proof ticking. 1907 Cuming. Doug. 2467.
SAVE on lumber, doors, screens, roofing;.
elec. motors, pipes, beams. H. Gross
Lumber & Wrecking Co., 21st ft Paul.
WANTED TO BUY.
LIBERTY BONDS; PRIVATE PARTY
WILL PAY SPOT CASH FOR LIB
ERTY BONDS; WILL ALSO BUY
YOUR RECEIPTS FOR BONDS PART
LY PAID UP; ALL TRANSACTIONS
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. 411 Mc
WANTED TO BUY.
STOCK WANTED Sammies Oil, Hull
Copper, Hoffman Oil, Afterthought Cop
per, Harroun Motors, Globe OH, Liberty
Bonds and other stocks. Will pay cash.
A. L. DEIBEL.
Boatmen's Bank Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
705 So. 16tli St.. will pay the beat
prices for old clothes, shoe, rugs, trunks,
tools and job lots of all kinds. Write
or phone today and tell ma what you
have. Phone Dougla 8092. Residence,
Available January 1st; man, 31 years
old, married; experience as corporation
secretary, treasurer, chief accounting of
ficer, manager of office force and de
tail clerical covers general and manu
facturing business; satisfactory creden
tials furnished. Will consider location
with high-grade, established company or
parties only In Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri
or Kansas. If Interested, address Secre
tary, care Box 744, Oklahoma City, Okla.
EXPERT efficiency man wants position
as auditor; will give complete financial
statements or Install system, Omaha
Bee, Box 6125.
Professions and Trades.
AT FORT OMAHA 25 LABORERS.
CARPENTERS WANTED MONDAY
C. A. WICKHAM
OMAHA RAILWAY mall clerk cxamlna
tlons coming. Women, girls eligible.
Commence $93 month. Wonderful op
portunity. Permanent positions. Candl
datea coached free. Write Immediately,
Franklin Institute, Dept. 659-K, Rdches
ter. N. Y.
WANTED Automobile mechanics; must
be experts In all lines of automobile
work; do not apply unless good; send
references; also state wages. Box 614,
Grand Island, Neb.
FOR GENERAL AUTOMOBILE TOP
ENGLISH TOP CO.
231 K HARNEY
WANTED Cleaner and spotter capable of
managing plant: state wages; give ref
erence. Address Wnrdrobe, Ottumwa, la,
FIREMAN for heating plant. Fairbanks-
Morse & Co. 902 Harney St.
WANTED Good country printer at once.
Montttor. Manning. la.
WAITED 2 first-class auto mechanics,
Agents and Canvassers
HISTORY OF WORLD WAR. Authentic,
complete and Illustrated from official
photographs of allied governments. In
troductlon by General March, chief of
staff, U. S. army. Biggest commissions
to agents. Prospectus and outfit free.
Send 10c for mailing. Bible, Educational
Society, 7th and Pine St., St. Louis, Mo
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
WIDOW, 48; good general appearance,
with girl of 12, desires position
housekeeper, where a good all round
reliable woman Is needed; farm or town,
Best references. Box Y 263, Omaha Bee,
Laundry and Day Work.
EXPERIENCED colored lady wants
bundle washing. Iron and cleaning. Har,
BUNDLES carefully laundered. Call and
deliver. Web. 4283.
COLORED lady wishes day work. Web.
FIRST class colored laundress. Web. 6308
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
- SOLDIERS' EMPLOYMENT
Wa will assist returning Omaha
and Douglas County Soldiers to
secure employment. No charges.
OMAHA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
17th Floor. W. O. W. Bldg.
Phone Tyler 1234.
LIBERTY BONDS Private party pay
spot cash for Liberty bonds. Will also
buy receipts for bond partly paid up
All business strictly confidential. Open
till 8:30. 4S1H4 S 24th St., upstairs,
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks: used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1201 Farnam. D. 6140.
WANTED TO BUY Small portable pastry
oven. Coal burner. Burlington Eating
House, Ravenna. Neb.
WE buy waste paper and pay good prlfes.
Phone or write Omaha Paper Stock Co.
LIBERTY BONDS bought, ill South 15th
ACCORDEON, Bide, knife, sunburst, box
pleating-, covered buttons all sizes and
stylea; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cut work, button holes, pennants
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO.
300-303 Brown Bldg Phone D. 136.
HEMSTITCHING, PLEATING. BUTTONS.
O. U. VanArnam Pleating Co..
836-7 Paxtnn Bloc'.;. Phone Doug. 3109.
AWNINGS AND PORCH FURNITURE
Auto touring tents and csmplng supplies.
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT & AWNING CO.
Baggage and Express.
THE ONLY WAY r,f
THE OMAHA TRANSFER CO.
PRIVATE tables for parties at Holme1.
I Permits to wed have been granted to
- Nam and Residence. Age.
,1nlel O. Chapln.Councll Bluffs, la... 60
Uertrude Dexter, Council Bluffs, la... .40
Calrtn E. Wilftelm, Dunbar, Neb 26
Grled Heesch, Nebraska City, Neb... 2 4
.William A. Moore. Omaha .38
Ruth E, Gordon, Omaha 36
Christian I Nielsen, Kukman, la 29
Dagmar Chrlstensen. Kukman, la 18
LOST FOUND REWARDS
.OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
' - Person having lost some articles
would do well to call at the offices of
the Omaha ft Council Bluffs Street Rail
way company to ascertain whether they
left It In the street car.
Many articles each day are turned In
and the company Is snxlou to restore
them to the rightful ownera
LOST- A wrist watchlet. between 24th
- and Cumtng and Brandels stores, with
- Initials W. M. O. In back. Keepsake
from -husband la army. Reward. Web
J-OST Package of photographs on Doug,
las St, between 15th and 17th or in the
Empress theater; finder please call
Ty ler 2262-W; reward. -
'FaSS book, contains trip pass to Los
Angeles and return to Omaha: also an
' nual pass. W. J. Jlrltton. Notify Union
Pass Bureau. Douglas 4000.
LOST Cameo brooch, between 24th and
Farnam nl Brandels store. Finder
please return and receive reward, Har
J.OST Glasses In case between 13th and
Fsrnam and 4th and Nicholas, Satur-
dsy evening. Reward. Walnut 1370.
1.0ST A Hungarian prayer book In an
' automobile. Saturday abeut 1 o'clock; If
found rail South 281.
X.OST Black seaV scarf In Burgess-Naah.
Call D.038 and receive reward.
LOST Eye glasses In a case. Phone Har
ney 1665 '
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
?fEW "BUICK SIX TOURING; used just
(0 daysr leaving city; cheap If sold at
one. Mr. Hurst. Harney 945.
Furniture & Household Goods.
BARGAIN Just a few heating stoves
left; ahMf house furnishing ot all kinds.
Loyal Furniture Co.. 223 N. lth Bt
&ININi ROOM SET, mission oak finish,
table and six chairs, china closet, ma
hogany library table, Harney 46H.
(IRON bed, one rug and one dfeaser. 219S
"UflMi Ifc .Webster HTj . ,
Bronze Memorial Tablets.
Bronze Tablets and Bank Signs.
All classes of cast bronze work.
Designs and estimates furnished.
F. R. McCONNELL
427 Railway Exchange, Omaha
Brass and Iron Foundries.
PAXTON-M ITCH ELL CO..
27th and Martha Sts., Omaha. Neb,
Brass, bronze aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
FULL dress suits for rent 19 N. 16th St,
opposite Postofflce. John Feldman.
Dr. J. C. Lawrence. Baird Bldg. D. 8461.
PPINOGRAPH. Dr. Edwards.24h. Farnam
KEL-PINE Academy. 2424 Farnam. Class
and private lesson Learn to dance for
$- where learning la a pleasure. D.
KEEP Hotel Rome class and dancing
every Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
Private lessons by appointment Call
Douglas 2581 or Harnev 2792.-
KEEP DANCING AT KEEP'S.
Home hotel. Phone Douglaa 2581. Har
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W.O.W. Bldg.
Taft's Dental Ami. 308 Rose Bldg. nj1
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evi
dence secured In sll cases Tylr. 1136.
FILM developed, rolls 10c; packs, 15c;
one-day service. Kase Studio, Neville
Fixtures and Wiring.
TlTTT? IV l"MElectrio washing mschlnes
lectrla Irons snd reading
2223 Cuming St. Dona-las 2519
171lYil71Nltth privilege to buy
back at small profit GROSS JEWELRY
Co.. 402 N. 16th. Red 6081. .
DR. MABEL WESSON,
614 Brandels Bldg.
T. 29SO H 4741.
PILES, fistula and other rectal dis
eases cured without surgical oper
ation. Cure guaranteed. AV rite for
book on rectal diseases with testi
monials. i DR. - E. R. TARRY,
, 240 Bee Bldg, Omaha.
"' -v L-" "
WANTED Young boy to run errands and
general office work: good chance for ad
vancement. The Smlth-Koppel Co., 420
city Nat. Bank.
OFFICE manager, splendid firm, $200.
THE MARTI COMPANY,
1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
BOOKKEEPER, small office, 3100.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat'l Bank,
STOCK clerk, young man, 365 to t5.
Western Reference and Bond Ass'n.
WANTED Upholsterer for furniture de
partment. Box 41 405. Bee.
.Salesmen and Solicitors.
SALESMEN wanted to sell our high grade
teas and coffee to our old customers on
comrtrteslon and salary. Write for our
proposition and samples. C. L. Staple
& Co., Dept D-24, 626 Stockholm St,
WANTED Good reliable salesmen to sell
our up-to-date line of Calendars and
Advertising Novelties. Liberal commls
Ion. Write for particulars. The Best
Mfg. Co., 24 William St, New Haven
operate street cars for position
conductor and motormen.
Returning soldier will be given
Wage. 41 to 45 cents per hour
snd BONUS OF $5.00 PER DAY
4 a r t a g present emergency.
Stesdy positions. Apply at Sup
erintendent ef Transportation.
OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS
STREET RAILWAY CO.
Merchants National Bank Bldg.
WANTED Men 19 to 60 years for gen
eral yard work; steady work for goood
men. Apply timekeeper Union Stock
Ymrria On Rnnth Omah,
VaNTED Blank book finisher and for
warder; highest wsgea Writs or wire.
Brown A Saenger, Sioux Falls, S. D.
WANTED Young ladle to learn how to
operate Comptometers and Burroughs
Calculating and bookkeeping machines.
A good position absolutely guaranteed
to every graduate. Time required to
compute course. 6 weeks to 3 months
Day and evening classes. Call and see
us or telephone Douglas 7416 for par
DWORAK SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING,
Second Floor Wead Bldg.,
18th and Farnam St.
20 cashiers and wrappers.
Apply to Supt. at once.
STENOGRAPHER to fnanager St ttm-
very llttle'shorthand, mostly clerical
and typewriting, 365. Western Refer
ence and Bond Ass'n.
WANTED Names women, 18 or over,
wishing permanent government positions.
$90 per month. Address Box 261, Oma
STENOGRAPHER, good future, 75; tem
porary stenographers. 315 to 320 per wk.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat'l Bank.
TYPIST and office clerk, 385.
THE MARTI COMPANY,
1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
Professions and Trades.
NOW A WAR
LEARN LOCAL AND
Good salary paid while learning. Per
manent positions open: excellent oppor
tunity for advancement; ret into essen
tial war winning work.
APPLY TO C. F. LAMBERT.
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO,
1807 DOUGLAS ST.
NEWLY furnished, modern rooms from
33 un. 6f,9 S- 2Cth Ave.
HEATED rooms. 32 50 week. Apartmeni
with kitchenette Opden hotel. Coun. H
7-ROOM strictly all modern, newly decor
ated; all In fine condition, 332.50. 1506
So. 29th St. Red 6S2.
4160 CHICAGO, 7-r., mod., garage, 327.60.
4736 N. 3Gth, 6-r. cot., mod. ex. ht, 317.60.
4702 Bedford Ave., 6-r., two lots, 315.
RASP BROS., Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
3623 LAFEYKTTE AVE., 7 rooms. . 330.00
3216 Burt street, 8 rooms 340.00
ARM STRONG-WALSH CO.
333 Securities P.Idg. Tyler 1536.
BIRKETT & CO.
Care ot property and Insurance. 250
Bee Bldg. Douglas 632.
LIST your propertv for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors Tyler 729.
IN "ALL PAhTS OF THE CITY.
CREIGH SONS A CO.. Bee.
PETERS TRUST CO.,
Specialists In Apartment management.
2568 Douglas St.. 9 rooms, 833; 4119 and
4128 N. SSth, 812 and 314.
JOHN N. FRENZER Douglas 664
A FEW housts for colored. Good loca
F. D. WEAD. 210 S. 18th St Tyler 151.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
TIZARD PALACE BLOCK.
One steam heated, unfurnished flat;
5 rooms and bath; central. Apply R.
Tlzard, 220 No. 23d St. Phone Red
3 or 4-room apartments; steam heated.
816 South 22d. Tyler 2248,
613 N. 2lst 4 and 6-room heated apart
ment. Modern. Newly decorated. 328.
Douglas 8039 or Ty. 3840.
PAYNE & SLATER COMPANY.
Omaha's Rental Agents
616 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldk. D. 1016.
FOR RENT Business Property.
FOR RENT AND BALE.
HOUSES. COTTAGES A APARTMENTS.
AMEPICAN SECURITY CO..
JfOJaiTth 8t. Douglas 8011.
WE SELL, rent. Insure and make loat.
on city property, north
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Ames Ave. Col. 217.
BARGAINS In hi-mes. Investments, prop
erties and acreage near Omaha. Harrl
son A Morton. 916 Omaa Nat Bk Bldg
REAL ESTATE-Business Property
WE NEED small homes or-slnalMnvest-ment
. H. A. WOLF CO.,
Electric Bldg. Tyler 86.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.
Income. Business and Trackage Specialists
16th snd Dndge Sts Dnurlss 416
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
Three dandy five-room modern
cottages; corner lot; paved street;
two blocks to car line; alwavs
rented at $950 a year. Owner is
leaving city and has cut price to
$8,150 For all three. Easily worth
$3,000 each. Propertv carries a
loan of $4,800. Would like part
cash and Liberty bonds for bal
ance. If interested call.
J. L. HIATT CO.,
QOA FIRST NATIONAL PHONE fiQ
W-' BANK BUILDING. TYI.EIt "
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR
Two lots south of Elmwood park. In
Overlook addition, full size, 60x160. for
sale cheap, or will exchange, with
some cash as first payment on a bunga
low In the south part of town. Ad
dress BOX YX 256. OMAHA BEE.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
225-ACRE FARM, 37.262.
IN LEADING CORN COUNTY.
100 acresmachlna worked, dark loam
tillage; 35-cow pasture: estimated 1,000
cords wood; 125 bearing apple trees;
fine selection other fruit; 2-story, 8
room house, good repair, running water;
SO-cow basement barn, granary, poultry
house; 40 Inches rain frnnually. Nearby
farmer makes 80 to 100 bu. shelled corn
to acre yearly. Widow's low price,
37,262, part down. If taken soon she In
cludes cews, poultry, potatoes, wheat,
corn, stove wood, machinery and tools,
Including potato digger. Details, psge
69, Strout's Big Catalog. Bargains 17
states. Copy mailed free. Dep't. 3072.
E. A. STROUT FARM AGENCY, 402
Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Farm Near Omaha on
' Dodge St. 'Road
133 acres on Dodge St. road, all under
cultivation; fair Improvements. Price
3250 per acre; easy terms. Ask us for
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
4K-418 Keellne BldfT. Phone Douglas 690.
1,280 acres deeded, 310 per acre; 1.2S0
lease, all fenced. Fine lakes, plenty hay.
Telephone. R. F. D. Write owner, John
W. Lhotak, Burwll, Neb.
MRITE me for pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches In good old Dawes
county. Arab L. Hungerford. Crawford.
HOOD Omaha Income property for clear
weatern land or eastern Nebraska farm.
Mr Pease. 511 Brandels Theater Bldg
ALFALFA whiat and corn Irrigated
farms and ranches, SIS to 8170. Send
for list Cover A Co . Cozad. Neb
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. 860 per
a., Including paid up water rights. Henry
Levi C M Rvlnnder 864 Omaha Na
ill E 8A1.VAT10N Army industrial H.m.
solicits your old clothing, furniture
magaxlnes. We collect. We distribute
I'hons Doug. 4135 and our wagon wll
call. Call and Inspect our new horn
1110-1112-1114 Pndve St.
MONEY TO LOAN.
organized by the Business Men of Omahi
FURNITURE, pl.nos snd Botes as secur
tty. 940 6 mo.. H. goods, total. tS 10.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
432 Security Bldg . 16th AFarnam Ty6l
Loans ondia mondr. jewelry ani
11 f LIBERTY BONDS. OCT
1 I'l 0 W. C FI.ATAI', EST 1893. u
6TH FLU SECURITY BLDG TT l
Lowest rates Private loan booths llarr;
Maleshock, 1514 Dodge D. 6619 Est 1891
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY I OA US
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVL.J.
BUSINESS property and Investments.
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
420 First National Bank Bldg.
BRICK store building, 21x120 feet. Lo
cated In best business block In city.
Cellar cemented. Entire building in ex
cellent condition. Charles Kohl, Has
WEST Farnam building lots as low as
8395; 810 down. 35 per month; all Im
provements. DoukIrs 5074.
FOR RENT A steam-hented store room.
22x46: full basement; 325 a month. lOih
MODERN store, ltilh St., near postofflce;
low rent. O. P. Stebbtns. 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
TWO completely furnished office rooms,
with use of phone, typewriter and pri
vate office with roll top desks; reason
able rent to the right party for about
six months. Box 3697, Omaha Bee.
CONSIDER the Bee building when choos
ing offices. It Is time well spent. Key
stone Investment Co., Tyler 131.
WANTED TO RENT.
RESPONSIBLE family will give excellent
care and reasonable rental for modern
furnished house to family leaving city
for winter months. Address Box Y-265,
Omaha Bee. .
MINNE-LUSA; nice lot on Titus Ave., can
be hought at a bargain; this lot must be
sold Tall owner evenlnes. Walnut 70
ACREAGE tracta. 91 down. II weekly.
S. W Field club: high and sightly: rich
soil; 3295 and up; new add. ; Introductory
offer: no taxes; r.o Interest till Jsn. 1,
1920 The Byron Reed Co. D. 297, 1612
ONE. TWO AND THREE AND
ONE-HALF TON MODELS
EQUIPPED WITH BUDA MOTORS
AND TIMKEN AXELS AND BEAR
I.VGS; ALSO WORM DRIVE.
We are selling out our truck stock at
VICTOR MOTOR CO.,
120 ACRES choice feeding and farming
lot. Nllsson. 422 Securities Bldg.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
WANTED TO RENT 3 or 4 furnished
rooms for housekeeping. Givo descrip
tion, location and price. Address Box
Y-264, Omaha Bee.
WANTED to buy at once, a good located
meat market In a country town. Ad
dress to Ben Ronbicek, R. R. 2, Box 16,
Soteswomen and Solicitors.
YORK WAIST STORE.
TYPIST WANTED Douglas 7163.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Competent and reliable cook
who will also take care of small house.
Small family; 2 meals a day to pre
pare. Colored Woman preferred; 312 per
week. Call Walnut 49.
WANTED A woman of good refinement,
between 40 and 60, to do housework;
small wages and a good home to the
right party. Call Tyler 2900, between
10 a. m., and 5 p. m.
WANTED Girl for general housework;
no washing; good wages. Mrs. R. M.
Burruss. 2219 F St. Phono South 231.
WANTED To rent furnished farm on
shares by man of 42: experienced; ex
pect necessary equipment to farm suc
cessfully; would consider salary, but pre
fer shares. Box 26. Spalding, Neb.
1.41 ACRES, BENSON
One block paved road, nine blocks
car; fine laying ground. House has elec
tric lights, furnace, cistern water, well,
garage and poultry house; all fencea
with woven wire. Exceptionally good
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1014 HARNEY ST. PHONE TYLER 60.
HERE'S A GOOD BENSON
For a very reasonable price; 6 rooms
and bath; modern except heat; new gar
age; fine lot; good neighborhood. A
snap at 32,200; 3200 cash is all that la
required, balance 320 monthly.
Real Estate. Loans & Mortgages.
6 PER CENT mortgages, secured
E. II. LOUGEE, INC.
638 Keellne Rider
MOVING AND STORAGE.
Storage and Forwarders.
Douglas 3429. 1110 Douglas St.
FIDELITY STORAGE CO.
16TH AND JACKSON DOUG. 283.
STORAGE MOVING. PACKING.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
Ji RTTtcri Express Cu., Moving.
. Kj. IXLjLjU packing and Storage
1207 Farnam St Web 2743 Doue 6146
WANTED A respectable white woman
cook without children. For particulars
wrlto Box 304. Valentine. Neb.
A WHITE woman cook at the Douglas
County hospital. Room, board and laun
dry and $76 per month. Ilamey 652.
PROFESSIONAL man wants first-class
housekeeper. Catholic preferred. Box
A COMPETENT loundress at the Douglas
County hospital. Room, board and 346
per month. Harney 652.
WHITE girl for general housework, no
washing. Douglas 4816.
COOK WANTED South Side Hospital.
Phone South 68.
WANTED A cook.
F. A. Nash, 504 So.
WANTED Second girl. South Side Hos
pital. Phono South 68.
WANTED Woman for housework. Two
In family. No laundry. Douglas 7163.
OMAHA PAPER STOCK,
1STII AND MARCY.
WHITE women wanted for janltress
work Also women for scrubbing. Very
good pay. 540 First Nat. Bank.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning, strictly modern. Call or writs
1402 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College.
Phone D. 2147.
MOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladles to learn the barber trade.
Call or write for free catalogue. 110
8. 14th St., Omaha. Neb.
ELVET coats cleaned and steamed, $2.50.
Carey Cleaning Co., 24th and Lake Sts.
Intensive training for office workers.
Course In Bpokkeeplng. Shorthand,
Stenotypy, Typewriting. Rsllrosd and
Wireless Telegraphy. Comptometry. Ma
chine Bookkeeping and all English
branches. Students admitted any day.
Telephone Douglas 1565.
tilth snd Harney Sta N Omaha. Neb.
RELIABLE AUTO SCHOOL.
Best electrical and self-starter
courses. Easily lesrned. No booka Flee
catalog. National Auto School. 3814
IWrth 10th St. Omaha. Neb.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
120 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
LEARN Mother shorthand and typewrit-
lng. Day and ntgnt classes, timana
Shorthand College. Bee Bldg.. D. 662S.
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos: moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND 8TORAGE CO.,
806 8. 16th. ' Douglas 4163
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving packing
and storing call Tyler 230 or Douglaa
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
1457 PINKNEY ST.
6 large rooms; reception hall, living
room, dining room, kitchen, pantry and
rear entry on first floor; one extra large
and two large bedrooms, hall, linen
closet and bath upstairs; screens and
storm windows and screened-in front
porch; fine level lot and paved streer.
house all decorated and painted; oak
floors and finish In part of house; ono
block to car. A real bargain at the
price nf $4,000, and everything in Al
condition. Call Tyler 60 and ask for
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
5 Vii and 6 per cent; loans for March 1.
64 per cent. Dumont & Co.. Keellne Bd
2525 Farnam St.
12 PLR CENT for your money, Gilt Edge
Security ABBOTT 4 Patterson Blk.,
No Delay Closing Loans.
W T. GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bldg Doug. 1533.
OMAHA HOMES EAST. NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2716.
$100 to 310.001) MADE promptly. F. D
Wead, Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY
VV. H. Thomas & Son.. Keeline Bldg.
SHOPEN A COMPANY. Doug. 4223.
Stocks and Bonds.
WE BUY and sell Liberty Bonds. Mack's
Bond House. 1421 First Nat Bank Bldg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. S. FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK
COLORADO land, a cholco tract near Ak
ron In Washington county: will be aold
cheap, at a bargain. Clauson Bros.,
A HOME FOR A
Four-room cottage, with lot 60x126
feet; one block from 24th St. car line.
Trice $1,200. Get a comfortable home
with room for flower and vegetable
garden and stop paying rent.
J. H. DUMONT & CO., Realtors,
416-418 Keellne Bldg. Phone Douglas 690.
BARGAIN TO CLOSE ESTATE.
Near lfith and Locust, double apart
ment, 9 rooms and bath In each, large
lot, fine place for rooms and board for
railroad men, or live In one and rent
the other; $2,500 buys It.
P. J. TEBEENS CO.,
60S Omaha Nat. Bk.
NEW, 7-room. oak finish, large lot.
double garage; price $6,750; terms.
6137 North 24th St. NORRIS A NOR
RIS Douglas 4270
YOUNG & DOHERTY,
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
322 BRANDEIS THEATER D 1571
$3,350. Up-to-date 5-room bungalow, 3011
No. 28th Ave. Monthly payments. See
Grlmmel. Thone D. 1615.
MINNE I. USA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tvler 187
Just listed a modern two-story
square frame residence, situated
near the Windsor school, finished
in oak: Raratje. Easy terms.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 919-20 City Natl.
WILL sublet my beautifully furnished
apartment; 4 rooms with 5-room ac
commodation; close In. Call Tyler 3694
Sunday only. References required.
EXPERIENCED auto radiator man. Write
or call at 709 Pearl St.. Sinus City. la.
WANTED A driver tA drive Republlo 3 OR -ROOM apt.; private bath; house
truck. Washington Markel, . . . j Keeping, tin bo. uw
SOUTH 8IDE SNAP
7-room, strictly modern except heat,
cottage, located near 21st and Castellar;
4 rooms on first floor, 3 bedrooms and
bath on second; full cement bssement;
owner, leaving the city for California,
has reduced the price from $2,200 to
$1,600 cash. This won't last very long
at this price. Call us for appointment,
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., Realtors,
637 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
A tract of 480 acres In Washington
county; will sell cheap with terms: con
sider some trade. Clausen Bros., Klron,
IMPROVED quarters, half sections or
larger, Lincoln county, Colorado. Bar
gains. Easy terms. Good crops. Write
John L. Maurer, Arriba, Colo.
A BARGAIN IN A FINE 120-ACRE
114 mile from a good town, highly
Improved; fine elprht-room house, mod
ern, and Just completed at a cost of
$6,000 last year; large barn.
20 acres In fall wheat: 30 acres of
clover; 110 acres of fine laying land;
10 acres of rolling laud but all good
Page county productive soil; price $225
if sold before January 15. Address Lock
Box 56, Clarlnda, la.
Cadillac Used Car Dept.
We are offering the following cars at
special prices for the next five days:
Hudson Super-six Cabriolet, In excel
lent condition and repainted $1,500
White Touring Car in fine condition.
Stearns-lCnIght Touring. New motor.
In excellent condition $1,500
Mitchell Touring. In good condition.
Paige Touring Car $1,000
We will accept other cars as part pay
ment and also will extend credit where
the purchaser so desires.
A SAFE PLACE TO BUY USED CARS.
Jones-Hansen Cadillac Co.
Harney 710. Farnam at 26th.
with touring body and beautiful limou
sine body made by Kimball. The entire
outfit will be sold lor one-halt the cost
of the limousine body. Apply Fay
Rogers, Supply Department, Woodmen
ef the World. Phone Douglas 4570.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
.Michael L. ClarliTeherlff. to Omaha
Loon & Building Ass'n, 60th Ave.,
3.1 ft. south of Hamilton St., East
Ride, 4S. 6x126 $ 3,12i
W. S. Snyder and wife to Charles O.
Johnson, southwest cor. 31st and
Cass Sts., 100x120
Dundee Realty Co. to Adnlph Sachs
51st St.. 225 ft. north of Farnum
St.. west side, 60x133
Dundee Realty Co. to Adolph Sachs,
61st St., 125 ft. north of Farnam
St., West Side, 60x135
Kate Smht to Joseph P. O'Kecfe.
northwest corner 33d and Emmet
Sts , 150x128 . ',
Laura M. Peters to The Nebraska
M. E. Hospital and Deaconess
Hone, C.lenwood Ave., 200 ft.
south of Lincoln Blvd., West Side,
Irrcg. pleco 6.001
Joseph Barker Tr. and wife to
Lizzie cuff. Mth Ave., 80 ft. north
of farter Blvd.. Eust Bide, 80x
Jesoph Koutsky and wife to David
I). Hnney, northwest cor. 22d and
1, fit , 60x1,10
Ollvo B. Clark to Charles 11. Otis
and wife. Illnney St., 124 ft. west
of 20th St.. North Side, 60x124
Chrlstene Staeker and husband to
Wlllard S. McEachrom, south
west cor. 29th and Pratt Sts.,
Thought Nose Broken
When Doctor Orders
Whisky for Breaks
A belated account lias been re
ceived of a recent automobile ac
cident in which "R. A. Leussler, vice
president of the Omaha & Co mti!
Bluffs Street Railway company, and
Alvin Johnson, attorney, suffered in
juries. In the rush of matters con
nected with the street car strike the
real news of that accident was tem
The accident occurred at Thirty
eighth avenue and Leavenworth
street. A prominent physician, who
happened to be passing in his auta
mobile, ordered the victims into a
house, where he attended them. He
examined Mr. Johnson and an
nounced that he Jiad suffered a
broken arm whereupon whisky wa
given as first aid. Mr. Leussler
watched the proceedings for a while
and then he exclaimed to the doc
tor: "I believe I have suffered a broken
"We don't prescribe whisky for
broken noses," the doctor replied.
"I'll be derntd if I can understand
why whisky will help a man with a
broken arm and be of no value to a
man with a broken nose," was Mr.
Extra good 1917 Chevrolet $375: half
cash, balance on terms; eighteen others.
See us first.
TRAWVER AUTO COMPANY,
1910 FARNAM STREET.
FOR SALE Two-ton truck; perfect con
dition; priced right; reason for selling,
moving away. Address Box Y-262, Oma
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO.
2020 Fsrnsm St Omaha. Neb.
OAKLAND, Senslhle Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO..
23') Farnam '
BARGAINS IN USlfDCARS
McCaffrey Motor Co.,
ISth ano Jackson Ford Agents. O 3600
AUTOMOBILE' electrical repairs; service
station for Rayfleld carburetors and
Columbia storage batteries. Edwards
2616 N. 19th. Webster 1102.
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH. 100 USED
CARS, quick sctlon; no delay Auto
Exchange Co.. 2059 Farnam St. D 6033.
QUALITY USED CARS,
VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILE CO.,
2406 LEAVENWORTH ST.
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. SMITH.
26th and Farnam Sts. Douglas 1170.
WE ARE THE USED CAR MEN,
TRAWVER AUTO CO..
1910 Farnam. Harney 414
HAVE ten new 3-passcnger roadsters,
regular price $1,165, sale price $950. Call
SCRIPPS-BOOTH demonstrator at bar
gain. Phone Tyler 1368. 2514 Farnam.
Tires and Supplies.
160 acres 6 miles of good county seat
town; on state road and all good, pro
ductive soil; moderate Improvements;
four-room house, with summer kitchen,
barn built 1 years ago; cow barn, for 10
cows; double cnrncrlb and brick cave.
Price $21,600; $3,500 cash and balance In
10 years at 6',i. Mr. Renter, why pay
$15 to $20 rent Own your own farm.
Lock Box 56, riarlnda. Ia.
80-Acre home Southeastern Kansas; well
Improved; black land; will exchange for
S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
218 City Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
"In the Heart of the Range'
The Jordan Valley Project.
An empire In the making, land $1 00 per
acre plus the cost of the water. You can
file on grazing homestead entries nearby.
Llerature and particulars on request.
Next excursion December 14.
HARLEY J. HOOKER
822 First Natl. Bk. Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
Land along a railway and lying with
in the newly created Kentawka Drain
age district, Neshoba county, Mississip
pi, Is being subdivided and sold on easy
terms. Water In this locality Is pure
and plentiful; the vicinity the health
iest; the land easily and cheaply
cleared; markets north and south ac
cessible; and the soli rich, virgin', In
exhaustible. We challenge the whole
south as to price, terms and quality of
land. An Investigation will convince you
that this Is an excellent OPPORTUN
ITY. Neshoba Land company, Clay
ton T. Rand, Sole Agent, Philadelphia,
SLEN'DIDLY finished, nearly new bunga
low: pillock to car; nicely situated:
$3,500; $1,200 cash, balance easy. Call
Mr. Browne, Inter-State Realty Co., 151$ I
City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Douglas 6236.
1 SECTION wheat land, 60 acres llvel;
8 miles from town; one 'crop will pay
land; wheat made 30 bu. last season;
good terms; will sell all or part; Liberty
bonds taken as first payment: write
owm-r Guy Forsllng. Bushnell. Neb.
iudti.it i i'uiiy. unproved corn and
AlfAlfa fsrma at the rieht rjrlca. M. A
i LARSON. Central City. Neo.
TIRES ONE-HALF PRICE.
GUARANTEED 3,009 MILES.
30x3 $ 7 50'3flx3V4 $ 9 25.
32x3' 10.25132x4 ,11.76
32x4 1 1.50;.14x4 12.00
We furnish the old tires.
2 IN 1 VULCANIZING COMPANY,
1516 Davenport Street
BARGAINS IN USED TIRES
30x3 36.50 30x3Vs I 101)
32x4 $9 00 34x4 $11.00
Shipped subject to examination on deposit
of $1. Savs 15 to 60 per cent on re
built and new tires. Write for prices.
OMAHA RADIATOR & TIRE WORKS.
1819 Cuming. 2064 Farnam.
"NEW "TIRES ON SALE.
FIRESTONE, CONGRESS, M'GRAW,
WRITE FOR PRICES. MENTION SIZES.
KRAMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 2016 Farnam.
GAIN more miles for less money. Re
tread your tread-worn tires by G. snd
O. Tire Co.. 2415 Leavenworth. Tyler
BUY Lee puncture-proof pneumatic tires
and eliminate your tire troubles Powell
Supply Co., 2051 Farnam St.
USED tires, first-class condition, $6 to
$15.. Sent on approval. Duplex Tire Co..
116 8. 17th St
FORD light delivery, good running or
der; will sell cheap. H. 1786.
Repairing and Painting.
Wrecked and leaky radlstors repaired
and rebuilt; large stock used rsdlators;
New Ford honeycomb rsdlators.
OMAHA RADIATOR St TIRE WORKS.
1813 Cuming. 2064 Farnam.
Auto Truck Freight Lines
Make Rapid Strides Here
Rapid strides are being made by
T. M. Gillan of the Chamber of Com
merce in lining up the automobile
freight and live stock transportatior
in and out of Omaha. Working with .
the Nebraska Railway commission,
Mr. Gillan has been able to briuji
?bout the establishment of a stand
ard and uniform rate.
The rate as established i!
i of a cent a mile per 100 pounds,
up to V2 cents, the diiTerence de
pending upon the classification and
the character of the freight.
Attention is now being paid to the
return load problem, and already il
has been worked out to the extent
that it has become possible for the
(tuck owners 1o generally carry full
loads to and from the point:; from
which they start, or to intermediate
Mr. Gillan is now figuring on 3
loading dock somewhere i'i the io'i
bing district and at a co'ivrmcnt -point
where merchants ca:i deliver
consignments that ar Kii'3 out
cn the truck lines. Auto truck own
ers now have to go from one job
bing house to another, picking up
their loads. The erection of a ware
house with a moderate storage ca
pacity is contemplated.
German Potash Mines Arc v
Stripped of Machinery
During the last few days the Ne
brafka potash producers have been
receiving a large number of ex
tremely high offers for their potash 1
which is now in storage, as well as
occrs for their output during the
next two years. After investi
gating the source and reason for
these offers at this particular time,
the facts were borne out that the
buyers of potash had very recently
learned that the entire potash mines
of Germany had been stripped of
their machinery during the war
period, and tl iron used for the
manufacture of munitions. Thi?
rondition naturally brought aboul
the desertion of the German potash
mines, and good authorities esti
mate that it will be between eight
and ten years before these mine!
can again be put into opertion. This
will mean that for a long time there
will be a heavy demand for Ne
braska potash and that the industry
will continue upon a firm basis for a
good many years to come.
EXPERT radiators, fenders and auto
bodies; repairing at reasonable prices.
Prompt attention given to garage
work; ship your radiators direct to us
NEBRASKA SERVICE GARAGE.
1104 North 18th. 216 8. 19th 8t
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos. the Motorycls Man. 17th and
RATTLE SNAKE OIL
Is a sure relief for deafness, dryness snd
ringing In the head; the oil will pene
trate through to the Inner ear and
cleanse the way from the arteries tubes
and air passages. R. B. Scruggs, Box
236, Wlllsw Springs. Mo.
RUPTURE successfully trested without
surgicsl operstton. Call or writs Dr.
frank B. Wray. 0S Be Bldg.
Mrs. M. Moore Says Hubby .
Wanted Money; Asks Divorce
Because her husband nagged her
for money she herself earned and
would "go into fits" if she spent of
the money for herself, Maude A.
Moore has filed a suit for divorce
against Robert C. Moore. She asks
the custody of their baby son,
Robert jr. and iS per month for hi
Alice Sales asks the court for. a
divorce from Harvey Sales on the
grounds of crueltjand desertion.
Judge Davidson and Mrs.
Wagoner Married in Omaha
The marriage of Mrs. Eva A.
Wagoner to Judge Samuel P.
Davidson of Tecumseh, Neb., took
place Thursday evening in the home
of Mrs. Wagner. A few intimate
friends were present and Rev. Ed
ward Hart Jenks performed th
ceremony. Judge Davidson is a
prominent member of the Nebraska
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