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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1918.
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FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Furniture and Household Goods.
DI.NINO ROOM SET. mission "oak" flnlshT
table find six chn:rs. china closet, ma
hogany library table. Harney aiin.
LIOHT onk sideboard In good condition
and reasonable. Webster 2Di9.
and Musical Instruments
CLARINET, lib low pitch Boehni, nearly
new. A Hospe, 1..13 Douglas St.
PIANOS for rent $4 per mo. A. Hmpe Co.
Typewriters and Supplies.
T V I ' E W K I T E R S A N D A DDI NO
NEW AND REBUILT
The most complete line of Typewrit
ers and Adding Machines west of Chl
caKO. Can furnish any make at most
any price you desire to pay We rent
and repair all makea and will buy rr
trade for your old machine. Every
machine guaranteed. See ua befor
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
(Established over 15 years!
Douglas 4121. 1905 Karnam St
THE W. N LONO COMPANY.
1915 Farnam Tel. D. 3969.
NEBRASKA tarm niurtgage in corporation
fur sale. Have charter and articles of
lncorp. with broad authority and ready
to transact business. Box 6476, Om. Bee
LADY wishing to enter-in7o small "pay
ing business, wishes partner or party
to furnish capital.
FOR SALE Confectionery and luncheon
busimss. Call Oolf.ix 3936.
DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES
VeLSEN Blanch "L wife of John 11.
Nelsen, at the residence, 6535 Blnney
fit.. Tuesday, Dec. 17. 1918, age 31
yean. Mrs. Nelsen Is survived by her
husband, her mother, Mrs. Ella Imbody,
nd two sisters, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Funeral from Crosby Parlors, 2511 N
I4th St., Thursday, Dec. 19, 1918. at 2
p. in. Interment, Mount Hope come.
T T I.iPMAM
Flnrlata XJXJU XJ. UillWtlVll
1814 Douglaa Bt. Douglas 8244
Flowera snipped everywhere. Ei. paid.
. Henderson. 1519 Farnam. D. 1248
TlEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertaken and enibalmera, Tel. H.
I6(. Office 2611 Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
Pioneer Funeral Directors
ytl Bo. 16th 3t. Phono Doug. 1121
HOFFMAN FUNERAL HOME
Hoffman quality aervlca costs leaa.
" 14th and Dodge. Douglaa 3901.
.:. STACK & FALCONER
Independent Undertaken. SJd-Far. H. 400
fc. L. DODDER CO., FuneTaT Directors;
F. L. Fero, Mr., 83d and Cuming; Sta.
Phone Douglaa 877 Auto ambulance.
' JOHN A, GENTLEMAN" undertakerari
embalmer. 3411 Farnum 8t Har. 812.
MONUMENTS & CEMETERIES.
WEST LAWN CEMETERY.
Family lota on easy payments;
thoughtful aervlce; perpetual care; afreet
art to entrance. Phone Walnut 820 or
Douglas 829, and our auto will call for
THE largeat display of monumenta In
the United 8tatea. FRANK 8WOBODA,
1218 a 13th. Phone Douglaa 1872-5218.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
7ygmont and Julia Sawvlrkl.
4113 woutn Twenty.eixth atreet, boy; F.
J. and Alice Ladd, 2116 Spencer street,
boy; Joseph and Rose Kruml. 6838 South
Nineteenth atreet, arlrl; Jacob and Mary
tiorens, 6612 South Nineteenth street, boy;
Clyde and Theresa Roeder, 3862 Harney
street, girl; Thomas and Helena Urlffis
6315 North Twenty-sixth street, girl; Mor
ris and Sarah Welsman, 1417 North Sev
enteenth street, boy; Alessandra and An
gelina Tudlsco, 1328 South Twentieths
nod, oujf . cnitivi9 miiu rain x'nuam-
mentl. 1205 William street, girl; Salva-
f tore ana Marianna Clrco, 309 Woolworth
Mvanuv, sin, viuuenu anu e?sbib oucna
nek, 918 Homer street, boy.
Deaths Edwin Dunland, 65, hospital;
George B. Jones. 70, 3407 Parker street ;
Joe Chops". 43, hospital; Margaret Peter,
en, 80, 6818 Florence boulevard; Hattle
Morgan, 44, hospital; Henry Conney. 64,
4524 South Twenty-eighth street; Laura
H. Callaway, 27, hospital; George Di
Johnson, 63, 3116 North Twenty-fourth
street, George Allls. 63, hospital; Johanna
Murphy, 71, Good Shepard convent; Mamie
Bomar, 36, 809 South Nineteenth street;
F.mma 3. Fottelger, 46, hospital; Emma ;.
JJoud, 61, 144 North Forty-first street;
Jacob D. Eckleg, 54, hospital; Charlotte
M. Dewey, 11 months, 2817 North Twenty-fourth
street; Robert ? P. Wlnkelmanti.
16, 205T Deer Park boulevard; Willie
Brown J, 2705 Burt street; John Humer,
f, 2944 Castelar atreet; Mary W. Long.
89, 3716 F street; Emma C O'Brlan, 23.
4836 South Twenty-fourth street; Adam
Jodlowskl, 6, 4227 South Thirty-eighth
street; Helen Olen, 7 months. 3918 Y
treet; Minnie Bell, 41, 2616 Cumins
street; Blanch C. Nelson, 31, 6534' Bln
ney atreet: Eileen Barry. 29, 205 Soutu
Twenty-fifth avenue; John T. Lynch, 33.
hospital; Lucy Inskeep. 34, 2302 Lalrl
ttreet; Sadie V. Entevisla, 1 month 272.1
North Twenty-sixth street; John M. Man
.rson. 32, 320 South Thirty-seventh
street; Alice Burke, 26, 3607 North
Twenty-second street; Louise M. Oelko,
41, 3911 North Twenty-third street: John
Dexter, 38, 1555 North Eighteenth street;
Myrtle C. Sutton, 6. 813 North Twenty
eventfc street; Oeorge BT. Watson, 24,
hospital, Fort Crook; Wei J. Bettls, 21,
hospital. Fort Crook.
RENT an Oliver Typewriter, three months
for tG. 00. Oliver Agency. 1905 Farnam
A TY P EW RITF.K w 1 1 i make aVHcleai
Xmas gift. We have them at 110 up.
Write for list. Midland Typ. Co.. 14o4
Stor and Office Fixtures.
WE buy. sell and make desks, safes, show
cases, shelving, etc. On. aha Fixture A
Suppjy Co , 11th and Douglas. D- 8724.
"SEWING MACHINES .
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts
of all sewing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.
15th and Harnev Sta Doug 1662.
Clothing & Furs.
FOR SULE Beautiful knitted baby hoods"
331 S. 23d St.
A LIVE WIRE Young man discharged
from the army; held officer's commis
sion; desires situation with live, grow
ing ronrern. Expert offl.e man and
typist. Understands clerical work thor
oughly. Aged 22 years. Phone Doug
las t;9M or writ" Box 5797, Omaha nee.
EFFICIENCY expert wants position from
1 o'clock to 5. Will take charge of
bookkeeping department and render
complete audit with financial state
ments. Will also Install system if de
sired. Box 57or, Omaha Bee.
WANTED By married man, employment
on farm: will furnish best of references;
I am experienced In all kind of farm
work. W. 11. Dallke. Rohn. Neb.
BRIGHT boy 11 years old wants home in
country where he ran do light work for
his keep. Address Ed Biggs. 317 N. 17th
PAlNi l N'ti! CAR PETS A ND TTnD-JOBS
THE NATIONAL CLEANING CO.
HELP V'ANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
NOW A WAR
LEARN LOCAL AND
Good salary paid while learning. Per
manent piai Hons open ; excellent oppor
tunity for advancement; Pet Into esien
tial war winning work.
APPLY TO C. F. LAMBERT.
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO
1807 DOUGLAS ST.
MAN with one-ton Republic truck wants
steady Job Douglas S7IJ.
YOUNG lady tpyist. excellent references,
wants Omaha position by Jan. 1st. Ex.
perlenced in title abstracting, county
record and general office work. Fast
and accurate. State salary. Address
Box SiiSI. Omaha B"e
only. Web. Sinn.
Laundry jind Day Work,
colored lady wants
bundle washing. Iron and cleaning. Har.
OMAHA PILLOW CO Feathers ateamed,
renovated and made up In new feath
prooftlcklng. 1907 Cuming. Doug 2467.
SAVE on lumber, doors, screens, rooflrg.
elec. motors, pipes, beams. H. Gross
Lumber & Wrecking Co . list & Paul.
WANTED TO BUY.
Spot cash for Liberty bonds and
for partly paid up. See me if you
need the money and must sell.
300 MeCAGUE BUILDING,
15th and Dodge.
W ANTED TO B I YLTR E RT Y BO N Ds7
PRIVATE PARTY.AND STRANGER IN
OMAHA WILL PAY SPOT CASH FOR
ANY ISSUE OF LIBERTY BONDS.
WILL ALSO BUY YOUR RECEIPTS
FOR BONDS PARTLY PAID FOR :
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL: MONEY
WAITING AT ONCE. ROOM 542 SE
CURITIES BLDO., COR. 16TH & FAR
LAUNDRY work wanted; carefully laun
dered and returned. Webster 4421.
KXI'KR 1 ENOED colored lady wish7sdav
work, cleaning. Webster 4419.
WORK by the week by reliable colored
girl. Webster 3925.
COLORED lady wishes day work.
WANTED--A practical nurse. Call Har
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
PETERS TRUST CO.,
Specialists In Apartment management.
2568 Douglas-St., 9 rooms. $3R 4119 and
4128 N. 3Mh, S12 and S14.
REAL ESTATE-Business Property
WE NEED small homes 0r amall invest
H. A. WOLF CO..
Electric Bldg Tler Hi.
A FEW houses for colored. Good loca
tions. F. D 'WRAP, 210 S. 11th St Tyler 151
B1KKETT A CO.,
Care of property and Insurance.
Bee Bldtc. Douglas 632.
TIZARD Palace Block. Central West. 3
room apartment, bath, porch, first fiooc.
Apply ::o'j N. 23d Phone Red 4232.
3 or 4-room apartments
X16 Soulh 22d. Tyler i
lSL';i VVIriT ST., 4 rooms, serond fioor,
$27 50. Armstrong-Walsh Co.. 333 Se
curities HJilg. Tyler lSJii.
ARE 'YOU YOUR OWN
There's no need to he. rent a five
room apartment. Newly decorated and
floors In tin-top condition. Two danty
bedrooms. First floor south and cast ex
posure. Phone Douglas 1 0 1 .
PAYNE & SLATER COMPANY.
Omaha's Rental Agents
616 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Blilk. D. 1016.
FOR RENT Business Property.
Household and Domestic.
M'CAOUE 1NVESTM ENf'CU
Incoma. Business and TrHd-jme Specialists
15th and Dodge Sis Douglaa 415
BUSINESS property and invesimenta
A. P TUKEY SON
420 First National Htik Bldg
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR
Two lota south of Eimwood park. In
Overlook addition, full slzj, 60x150. for
sale cheap, or will exchange, with
some cash as first payment on a bunga
low In the south part of town. Address
BOX YX 256. OMAHA nEB,
GOOD business corner, ld"U4, to ' trade !
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
"In the Heart of the Range."
The Jordan Valley Project, .Malheur
County, Oregon; an empire In the mak
ing; the land of opportunity; 20.U0U
acres open for entry, fertile soli: plenty
of water; land with full water right;
$71 00 an acre; terms; homestead entries
nearby. Write for literature and details
to Jordan Valley Farms, 822 First Na
tional Bank Bldg, Omaha. Neb Next
excursion January 5th
BUICK, model D44. 1917 roadster. In ex
cellent condition mechanically! This
car has a world of power and at the
price we offer It for will make a real
bargain. This Is one of the niftiest care
on whet Is.
Chalmers 1917 roadster, equipped with
six wire wheels and two spare tires
all In excellent condition, high speed
motor. We will sell this car for $750.00.
Easy worth $1,000.00.
JEWS TO SUBMIT
BILL OF RIGHTS
Will Request Provision in
Peace Treaty to Safeguard
All Races; Nine Dele
for ehpap western land
property. iv m. .Morgan, isos Sahler.
160 ACRE farm It, miles
Sherman county, Neb. for
C. M. Morgan, 1SHS Sillier.
FOR SALE Or will exchange for liberty
bonds at par, $2,000 ecinitv in $3,200
properly in Hastings. Address Henry E.
Davidson. Box M. Hastings. Nebraska.
from town, f
;i le or trade. 1
Colfax 36611. I
120-ACRE farm, well improved, '31, miles
from Blair. Neb. for sale or irade CI
M. Morgan. H0S Sher. Coif;,x 36S. !
('mtir't.' rtnn'o,.rrt "u...-n.,..j e .. - . 1 .. I
trade. E. M
re, improve, 1. fr sale or
.Morgan, ISOs Sahlcr. Col-
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
WANTED Elderly lady to help in fam
ily as mother has gone to help husband
with news stand part of day. Box 471,
COMPETENT maid for general house
work; city references required; good
wages; small family; no washing. 527
S 37th St.; Harney 314S.
WANTED Cleaning and day work. Doug.
Stores ana Offices.
WANTED TO BUY.
STOCK WANTED Sammies OH. Hull
Copper, Hoffman Oil, Afterthought Cop
per, Harroun Motors, Globe Oil, Liberty
Bonds and other stocks. Will pay cash.
A. L. DEIBETi.
Boatmen's Bank Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
LIBERTY BONDS; PRIVATE PARTY
WILL PAY SFOT CASH FOR LIB
ERTY BONDS ; WILL ALSO BUY
YOUR RECEIPTS FOR BONDS PART
LY PAID VP; ALL TRANSACTIONS
STRIWTLY CONFIDENTIAL. 411 Me
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks: used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1201 Farnam. D. 6146.
JENKINS, 1705 Soulh 16th, will pay best
price for old clothes, shoes. Job lots of
all kinds. Residence, Douglas 8032. Of
fice. Douglas S092.
Permit! to wed have been lisued to
Kama and Residence. Ago.
Joseph Vraaplr, Thurston. Neb 26
Mary Jaaa, Thurston, Neb S3
flamuel Levy, Omaha J
Isabella Jacobs, Omaha.... U
Delbert V. Richmond. Boone, la SI
Ethel Runyan, Boone, la. 23
Tom Goat Erka. Omaha 31
A.nna Erka. Omaha 23
To whom It may concern: I will not be
responsible for bills contracted by my
wife, Lena Lebbert, after Dec. 17. John
iTTENTION L. N. 2058. also B. & B.
employes. Special meeting Sunday, Dec.
13, Labor Temple. Prominent speakers
I to I p. m.
WANT TO BUY The book entitled
"The Great Works" by T. K. Either new
or seco:id hand. Address Box Y 271,
WANTED TO BUY Small portable pastry
oven.' Coal burner. Burlington Eating
House. Ravenna. Neb.
WE buy waste paper and pay good prices.
Phone or write Omaha Paper Stock Co.
WANTED To buy. a baby carriage, In
goid condition. Walnut 1141.
LIBERTY loans bought. Ill Soulh 15th.
ACCORDEON. aide, knlfer sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons all sizes and
atyles: hemstitching, picot edging, eye
let cut work, button holes, pennants
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO.
300-308 Brown Bldg.. Phone D. 1936.
H E M ST I TC HI NGP L E A T I NC.7 B UTTONS.'
U. U. VanArnam Pleating Co.,
33H-7 Paxton Bloc:;. Phone Doug. 8109.
BOOKKEEPER, also take charge of small
office-, $125; cigar clerk, salary depends
on experience. Co-Operative Reference;
Co.. 1015 City National Bank Building.
BKKPR, must have experience $125.
Office manager and bookkeeper, $125.
THE MARTI COMPANY,
"l!L- LL- Bld'
GMNERAL accountant. $150. Western
Heferenco & Bond Ass'n.
WANTED Upholsterer-f or furniture de-
partment. Box 41105. Bee
Professions and Trades.
OMAHA RAILWAY mail clerk examina
tions coming. Women, girls eligible
Commence $92 month. Wonderful op
portunity. Permanent positions. Candi
dates coached free. Write Immediately
Franklin Institute, Dept. 659-K, Rochea
ter, N. Y.
WANTED An experienced barber to lease
first-class barber shop In large hotel
with billiard room In connection; must
be financially reliable and be able to
furnish bond. Apply to I. L. Essen, 10u
WANTED Experienced Store keeper for
first-class hotel; must come well recom
mended and must be In a position to
furnish bond. Apply to 1. L. Essen, 10t
WANTED Man experienced In sheet
metal work, with capital to purchase a
working interest In a wholesale estab
lished business. Address Box 6579, Bee.
WANTED Experienced bindery girl.
steady position. I. A. Medlar Co., 416 S.
W A NTE D TaTinrat Wayne Cleaning and
Dye Works. Wayne, Neb.
WANTED A girl to help with house
work. Can go home at night. Apply
at 2112 Charles St. Webster 5746.
CO MP E TENT w h 1 to" ifirl ' for ge ne fa I
housework; no laundry work; wages.
$9. Phone Walnut 22S. 5122 Burt.
EXPERIENCED girl " for general house
work. Two In family. Highest wages.
224 South Htli. Phone Douglas 62.
WANTED A respectable white woman
cook without children. For particulars
write Box 304 Valentine. Neb.
WANTED A girl to help with housework
to go home at night. Webster 5746.
G I It I, WANTED $10 perweek, two In
.family. Call quick at 114 N. 30th St
Fine location for drug store in new
building on 30th, near Miller park.
Strictly laodern full cemented base
ment: fumiace heat: new location: no
competition. An opportunity for a live - Ml r. Kenwood lots, handy to school,
wire. Reasonable rental f'"- $275: Liberty bonds accepted.
I P. .1. TEBBENS CO, Pboi.e "1S2.
.1. L. HIATT CO.MPTNY.
!00 1st Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Tyler f
WEST Farnam building lots as "low aa
$395; $10 down. $5 per month; all im
provements. Douglas 6074.
FINE new store room and basement at
27th and Leavenworth Sts. ; steam heat;
for particulars see Conrad Young, 322
Brandels Theater Bldg. Doug 1571.
FOR RENT A steam-heated store room
22x46; full basement; $25 a month. 10th
MODERN store, 16th St., near postoffice;
low rent. Ct. P. Stebhlns, 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.
CONsTdeR the Bee building when choos"
ing offices. It is time well spent. Key
stone Investment Co.. Tyler 13!.
NUBSE maid, white, $15 per week.
S. 35th SI. Harney 3913.
WHITE girl for general housework, no
washing. Douglas 4S16.
COO K w a n 1 7i " a t o n7e7 " S o"u 1 1 i Slde H oa-
pital. Phone South 6S .
W A NTE D Tlouse m a I d , white."" Tel7 Har
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTEfT, at once, experienced house
keeper for hotel; 150 rooms. Apply In
person. Manager. Wellington Inn.
WHITE woman wanted for janitor work
evenings. 540 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Male and Female.
WANTED Experienced shipping clerk.
Box 4771, Omaha Bee.
WANTED, competent houseman. Call
Salesmen and Solicitors.
SPECIALTY salesman. Dairy, horse and
poultry feeds. East and southeast sec
tions In the market for district proposi
tion. Know all Jobbers; 15 years de
voted this line. Reference ace high.
Can produce 5,000 tons 1919. Competing
conditions. Gralnman. Address Box
Y 272. f una ha Bee.
DOCTOR with bank reference wanted "at
once. Neb. R. Rf town; 500 pop., mostlv
Americans- some surgery; modern, new
8-hed hospital; nothing to buy; equipped
office for rent; doctor leaving specializ
ing; he left $S,000 practice; wire or
write Dr. M.. Palmer. Neb.
AWNINGS AND PORCH FURNITURE
Auto touring tents and camping auppllea.
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT & AWNINO CO.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evl.
co aecured In all cases Tyler 1136
Baggage and Express.
THR niMT.V WAV w.o. w.Bidg
- ' -- i.ij. Douglas 295
in c. u.MAHA TRANSFER CO.
PRIVATE tablea for parties at Holmea'
Bronze Memorial Tablets.
Bronze Tableta and Bank Signa.
All ciassea of cast bronze work.
Designs and estimates furnished.
V. R. McCOiv'VFr.T.
427 Railway Exchange. Omaha
Brass and Iron Foundries.
PA VTOM. f TTPri PI T . CO
27th and Martha Sta.. Omaha' Neh
Brass, bronze aluminum and machine
gray iron castings.
Dr. J. C. Lawrence. Balrd" Bldg. D. 8461.
SP1NOGRAPH. Dr. Edwards.24lh. Farnam
FULL dress suits for rent. 109 N. 16th SU
opposite fostorrice. John Feldman
tMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persona having lost some articles
would do well to call at the offices of
the Omaha A Council Bluffa Street Rail
way conpany to aacertatn whether they
left It In the street car.
Many articles each day are turned In
antl tht company Is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owners.
LOST Up town Saturday, mesh bag, con
tainlng glasses, gloves and money.
ward. M. N.. Tyler 321.
BETWEEN 16th and 20th. on Dodge St..
bunch of keys; finder return to Box. 6733,
Omaha Bee. Reward.
1JO&T Puree on West Farnam St. line
going east, suitable reward. Harney
LOSTA milch cow, color red, white face,
hornless. Call South 442. Reward.
LOST $100 Liberty bond No. 6,672.028.
Phone Webster 5051. Reward. j
LOST BAY MARET-CALL DOUG. 7316.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Furniture and Houshold Goods.
XMAS SHOULD BRING GREAT
CHEER THIS YEAR.
Ton may be assured of this cheer this
year If you seek the most select of your
gifts from our stock of Furniture and
House Furnishings. We want to claim
your attention on a few of the Real
Big Values for little money. $45.00 Lux
urious Arm Chair, big back, $22.50; $18
Reed Rocker, cretonne, loose cushions,
prlng seats. $9.95; other chairs and
rockers, $4.75 to $75 00: $11.50 Vernis
Martin Beda, 15.85; ID tt Vernis Martin
Beds, $13.75; $42.50 Heavy Brass Beds.
$27.60; Electric Table Lamps. $J.9S to
$6.75; Matting and Cedar Chests as low
as $218. We specialise on complete fur
nishings for hotels, rooming houses and
homes. We pay the freight.
8TATE FURNITURE CO..
14th and Dodge Sts. Opp. U. P. Bldg.
KEL-P1NE Dancing Academy at Council
Bluffs. Eagle Hall. Class from 8 to
dancing 9 to 12 Wed.. Sat. and Sunday.
rnr private lessons call 1. 7S5fl.
Dj-ratUmryNopaln. 921 W.O.W. Bldg.
Taft's Dental Rms . 30SRo7e Bldg. dTub!
HLM developed, rolls 10c: packs. 16c:
one-day aervlce. Kase Studio. Neville
Fixtures and Wiring.
FiTTP XTT "MEIectrlc washing machtnea
xyuiniiiVlcctrlc Irona and reading
'ampa. Z2Z3 Cuming St. Douglaa 2519
TIT A lUfiNnQ'" w tn be pf'
-"-'tth privilege to buy
back at small profit. CROSS JEWELRY
Co.. 402 N 16th. Red 6081.
DR. MABEL WESSON.
614 Brandels Bldg.
T 2960 H 4741.
PILES, fistula and other rectal dis
eases cured without surgical oper
ation. Cure guaranteed. Write for
book on rectal diseases with testi
monials. DR. E. R. TARRY.
240 Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
Furniture, stoves, rugs, linoleum. Vlc
trolaa, trunks and suitcases, bedding and
linen. Better goods for less money.
Oedlt It yon wish. Open evenings
1831-47 N. 24th St Phones: Web. 1607.
ItARGAIN Just a few beating stoves
left; also house furnishings of all kinds.
Loyal Funslturs Co., 22 Ko lth St
Waters-Barn hart Ptg. Co.. 414 8, IStn St.
BARGAINS 121!. Farnam.
J. J. Dertght Safe Co.
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. In
ternational Patent Co.. 683 Brandels
STURGES & STURGES. U. 3. and foreign
patents and trademarks. 330 Bee Bldg.
Dledrlck. P. L-. Zlt S. 20ih. Tailor. D. 2432
Omahs Towel Supply 207 S 11th. D. (82.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Iouglaa Printing Co, Tel. Douglaa 141.
WANTED Good live wire at once to
travel and sell stock In new corporation;
we pay 25 per cent commission; must
furnish reference with first letter. Ad
dress the Grain Treating Machine Co..
Aberdeen, S. D.
WANTED Good reliable salesmen to sell
our up-to-date line of Calendars and
Advertising Novelties. Liberal commis
sions Write for particulars. The Best
Mfg. Co., 24 William St.. New Haven.
WANTED Good cutlery salesman for Ne
braska and the Dakotas. Western States
Cutlery and Mfg. Co., Boulder, Colo.
in Handkerchiefs, Men's rurnishlngs.
Ladies' Neck Wear, Toys.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand: wages while
learning, strictly modern. Call or write
1402 Dodge St Trl-Clty Barber College
MOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladles to learn the barber trade
Call or write for free catalogue. 110
S. 14th St.. Omaha. Neb.
VELVET coats cleaned and steamed, $2 50
Carey Cleaning Co.. 24th and Lake Sts
Intensive training for office workers
Courses In Bookkeeping, Shorthand.
Stenotypy, Typewriting. Railroad and
Wireless Telegraphy, Comptometry, Ma
chine Bookkeeping and all English
-ranches. Students admitted any day
Telephone Douglas 1555.
Hth and Harney Sts. Omaha. Neb.
M'REAGE tracts. $1 down. $1 weekly.
S W Field club; high and sightly; rich
soil; $295 and up; new add . Introductory
offer: no taxea; no Intereat till Jan. 1,
1920. The Byron Reed Co D. 297. 1612
120 ACRES choice feeding and farming
lot Nllsson. 422 Securities Bldg
ESTATE SUB U R B A N .
WANTED TO RENT.
HERE'S A GOOD BENSON
For a very reasonable price; 6 rooms
md bath: modern exeept heat; new gar
ige; fine lot; good neighborhood. A
nap at $2.2U0; $200 cash is all that is
-equlred. balance $20 monthly.
Unfurnished Apartm'ts and Houses
MODERN five-room steam or hot water
heated apartment In residence neigh
borhood. Box 5743. Omaha Bee.
WANTED to buy at once, a good located
meat market in a country town. Ad
dress to Ben Ronblcek. R, R. 2, Box 16,
MOVING AND STORAGE.
TRANSFER CO. '
Storage and Forwarders.
Douglas H429. 1110 Douglas St
FIDELITY STORAGE CO
16TH AND JACKSON DOUG 2S3
STORAGE MOVING. PACKING.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACAN1
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
Separate locked rooms for houaehoio
goods and pianos: moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 S. 16th. Douglaa 4163
Nonresident owner wants offer. Seven
ooms and bath. oJk finish, strictly mod
rn, choice south front lot, house now
arant. asking $4,000 but make offer.
Keys at our office.
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
701 Om. Natl. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
Real Estate, Loans & Mortgages.
6 PER CENT mortgages, secured by
E. ,H LOUGEE, INC.
538 Keellne Rldg
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
$VJ and 6 per cent; loans for March 1
6 per cent Dumont A Co.. Keeline Bd j
12 PER CENT for your money. Gilt Edge
Security ABBOTT 4 Patterson Blk.
191S Kord Sedan run only 2.500 miles,
in the best of condition mechanically as
well as In appearance. Will climb auy
hill on high and is a very comfortabfe
car In winter. Will sacrifice this car
Bulck. model E-49. with convertible
op, just like new. This car has only
oi-en driven three months. The present
rice of this car with equipment is
i2.KO.00. Owner leaving city and will
icnflce for $1,650.00.
Mitchell. 1917 Speedster, with high
vmed motor In the finest kind of con
dition and appearance. Price, $775.00.
NEBRASKA Bl'ICK AUTO CO.
1914 FARNAM ST.
"ghtly ujjd for demonstrator.
PAIGE-FA1 R FIELD,
Good condition, rcpaiutrd.
MOTOR CAR CO.
Two mors ntw Ruloks yostrrduy run
icss than Jim nVIs. Now .Vord sdan,
IttIS rhevrokt sedan.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE,
Doug. 20.12 Farnam.
Seven -passenger STEARNS-KNIGH'l
-1th touring body and beautiful llmou
line body made by Kimball. The entire
utfit will be sold lor one-half the cost
if the limousine body. Apply Fay
Rogers, Supply Department, Woodmen
if the World Phone Douglas 4570
" TH EY ' R E "GO I NG F A ST."
Fords at invoice this week to clean
louse s to choose from.
1914 touring, new tires and body, $185.
Ills Sedan, original tires, $725.
1917 and '11, tourings $360 to $460.
TRAWVER AUTOCO., 1 91 ! Farnam.
Xt'EPTIONAL auto opportunity; a prac
tically now 1 91 S Chandler Speedster,
passenger, touriiuois blue finish; wire
wheels; combination touring and sport
'op; unenualed bargain; cash or liberty
bonds. Call Douglas 723.
No Delay Closing Loans.
W T GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bldg Doug. 1533.
OMAHA- H O MES E AST N EB "FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg Doug2715
$100 to $1 (TooY MAD E promp t'iy7F.'"T)"
Wead, Wead Bldg., 1 St h and Farnam
Loans on c'lfir property"
W. H. Thomas & Son., Keeline Bldg.
SHOPEN & COMPANY. Doug. 4223
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO.
202o Farnam St Omaha. Neb.
OA K LANDSenslblfSlx.
MARSH OAKLAND CO..
2301 Farnam St
T f1 RlTTrTI Kxpreaa Co.. Moving
O. IXUUU Packing and 8torag.
1207 Farnam St Wb 2743 Doug 614'
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Stocks and Bonds.
RELIABLE AUTO SCHOOL.
Best electrical and aelf-startet
courses. Easily learned. No booka Fite
"italog. National Auto School, 2S14
North 20th St. Omaha. Neb
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. Louts, Mo.
AGENTS Don't wait longer. Start now
taking orders for our "Complete His
tory of the War." Best terms. Write
today for free outfit. Nichols Co., Na
WANTED Good strong boy as
apprentice In pressroom. Ap
ply to Omaha Bee.
20 First-Class Laborers
Report at 27th and Whiteiuore St
MINNE LUSA ADDITION.
WANTED Two first-class hard candy
men that are good on satin-finished and
pure sugar goods; prefer men that are
capable of taking charge of depart
ments; permanent position for the right
men. Send reference with application.
Address Minnehaha Candy Co, Sioux
Fails. S. D.
WANTED A first-class pump and wind
mill man; no boozer wanted. E. C.
Wheelock, Hiawatha, Kan.
WANTED Young man willing to work to
learn auto painting. .-Call Douglas 8044.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Youn ladles to learn bow to
operate Comptometers and Burroughs
Calculating and bookkeeping machines
A good position absolutely guaranteed
to every graduate. Time required to
complrte course, C weeks to 3 months
Day and evening classes. Call and see
ua or telephone Douglas 7415 for par
ticulars. DWORAK SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING.
Second Floor Wead -Bldg.,
18th and Farnam Sta.
STENOGRAPHERS. $110, $90, $75, $65.
Stenographer and clerk, $65.
Typist, musix be ajbod, $60.
Typist and office clerk. $65-$70.
THE MARTI COMPANY,
1126 W O. W. Bldg.
WANTED Names women. 18- or over.
wishing permanent government positions.
$90 per month. Address Box 261, Oma
EXPERIENCED P. B. X. operator. Apply
M. C. Peters Mill Co., 29th and B streets.
THREE stenographers and typist, $60-$45j
bookkeeDer (insurance). 1x5-190
Co-Operatlve Ref. Co., 1015 City Nat Bk.
STENOGRAPHER, financial organization.
$75. Western Reference ft Bond Ass'n.
OFFICE clerk, good penman, $100.
WATTS HEF. CO.. 1138 1st Nat l Bk.
STENOGRAPHERS. $85, $80. $75, $70. $69.
WATTS REF, CO., 113 1st Nat'l Bk.
CANVASSERS WANTED. A good paying
proposition; well advertised. Call on
F. C. McDonald, Paxton hotel, between
12 and 2.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
LEARN Moiher shorthand and typewrit
ing. Day and night classes. Omaha
Shorthand College. Bee Bldg.. D 6528
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FURNISHED room with bath, good loca
tion. Call Harney 1399 between 8 and
9 a. m. or 12 and 1 p. m.
NEWLY furnishtd. modern
$2 up. 659 S. 2';th Ave.
HEATED rooms, $2.50 week. Apartments
with kitchenette Ogden hotel. Coun. B
FOR RENT FURNISHED.
DUNDEE 6-room furnished home,
N. 50th Ave. Walnut 1150.
11 ROOMS. HOT WATER HEAT
124 S. 24th St., all modern, in good
repair, especially desirable for rooming
house; oak finish; large vard; rental,
GEORGE & CO.,
902Clty Nat'lBk Bldg. Doug. 756.
11-ROOM house, strictly modern, fine for
rooming house, $J5. 2622 Capitol Ave.
Nowly decorated and painted. Red 682.
2601 Capitol Ave.
Brick house, good
Five-room, modern except heat, 3025 Pratt
3-ROOM apartment, all modern except
heat; newly decorated; nice yard and
shade; southeast corner 30th and Sara
toga Sts. For further information call
819 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. Douglas 6886.
WEST FARNAM, $12,500
A very attractive well-built home,
tapestry brick with stone trimmings
Located on Califronla street near 3 S t li
On the first floor there Is a large livinc.
room with fireplace, sun room, dinlnit
room find kitchen; 2d floor, four bed
rooms and sleeping porch, tile bathroom.
Complete basement with hot water heat.
Cement driveway and garage for two
cam. Might consider desirable smaller
home as part payment. Easy terms can
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 391! 2. 91S-20 City National.
FOR SALE 1,000 shares Sammies oil
stock at .18. Oles Stofer. Snyder. Okl.
V'E BUY and sell Liberty Bonds Maclcs
Bond House. 1421 First Nat Bank Bldg
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. S. FRANK, 201 NEVILLE BLK.
Six rooms and sleeping porch, oak fin
ish, strictly modern, oak floors through
out, floored attic, full basement, press
brick foundation. Just like new through
out. Price only $4,800. Terms. Lo
cated near 31st and Harney.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Om. Natl. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
NORTH SIDE SNAP.
$300 DOWN AND $25 A MONTH.
5-room strictly modern bungalow, all
on one floor; oak floors; pine finish;
full cement basement; furnace heat
floored attic; corner lot: paved street;
1 block to car line; 2 blocks from
Miller Park School. Price, $3,000.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
537 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
FILLER PARK BUNGALOW.
Owner leaving city .Ian. 1st.
Why not buy your family a real
Christmas present in this bungalow
dream? Five rooms and bath, oak fin
ish, beamed ceilings, fireplace, bookcases,
buffet, etc etc. Built for home and
priced at $4,500. A REAL SNAP.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Om. Natl. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
dPROVED quarters, haif sections or
larger, Lincoln county, Colorado. Bar
gains. Easy terms. Good crops. Write
.lohn L. Manrer, Arriba. Colo.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
McCaffrey Motor Co..
16th anc Jackson Ford Agents D $500
AUTOMOBILE electrical repairsfTervlce
station for Rayfteld carburetors and
Columbia storage batteries. Edwards
2016 NL 19th Webster 1102.
GLOBE VA NA N b" STO RAGE CC7 will
store your auto. Rates for Ford cars,
$3 a month; large cars, $5 a month
VANTED FOR SPOT CASH. 100 USED
CARS, quick action; no delav Auto
Exchange Co.. 2059 Farnam St. D 6015
GUY L SMITH.
26th and Farnam Sis Douglaa 1970.
WE ARE THE USED CAR MEN.
TRAWVER AUTO CO..
1910 Farnam Harney 414
QUALITY USED CARS.
VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILE CO..
2408 LEAVENWORTH ST.
FOR" s ALETs i"7Ford Coupe7A"TTonlfu
tlon, all new tires. Box 7, Bertrand.
.Ml-Acre home Southeastern Kansas: well
Improved; black land; will exchange for
S. S. & H. E. MONTGOMERY.
213 City Nat'l BankBldg. Omaha. Neh.
NEW, 7-room. oak finish, large lot,
double garage; price $6,760; terms.
6137 North 24th St NORRIS A NOR
RIS Douglas 4270
$2,500, STORE building, 3 living rooms in
fear, all modern good location. C. A.
Grimmal. Phone, Douglas 1615.
Ml NNE LUSA homes and Tots" offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tylni 187
2 NEW 6-room bungalows, terms If de
sired. C. M. Morgan, 1808 Sahler. Col
YOUNG & DOHERTY,
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
322 BRANDEIS THEATER. D. 1571.
FOR SALE About acre near 69th and
Spencer Sts., two buildings; fruit, etc.
sewer and paving; worth possibly $1,800.
If sold now. $1,300. Call N. W. Browne.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
1516 City National Douglas 6236.
WHEAT FARM IN
160 acres, with fair Improvements; 80
acres In winter wheat, 15 acres pasture,
balance reserved for spring planting;
rented for one-halt of the small grain
and one-third of the corn; all level land,
with good soli; 5 miles from railroad
town on the Lincoln Highway. Price
$130 per acre; terms, one-fifth cash or
Liberty bonds, balance easy payments
iit 514 per cent.
Will Trade for a
Farm Near Omaha or
A Good Mortgage.
Owner would buy a farm within 25
. lies of Omaha, or a good real estate
mortgage, deed the wheat farm clear
and pay the difference in cash.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-418 Keeline Bldg. Fhone Douglas 690.
Tires and Supplies.
SAVE 40 PER CENT ON YOUR TIRES.
II AVE THEM REBUILT
C.000 MILES GUARANTEE
TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRING.
DOUGLAS TIRE & VULCANIZING CO.
New Location. 2557 Farnam St.
TIRES ONE-HALF PRICE.
GUARANTEED 3.000 MILES.
30v3 $ 7 60:30xS',4 t 25
32x314 10.2532x4 11.75
32x4 11.50134x4 12.00
We furnish the old tires.
2 IN 1 VULCANIZING COMPANY.
1516 Davenport Street.
BARGAINS IN USED TIRES
30x3 $6.50 30X3V4 7 00
32x4 $9 00 34x4 $11.00
Shipped subject to examination on deposit
of $1 Save 15 to 50 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 OR PRICES. MENTION SIZES
KRAMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 2016 Farnam.
Tires & Supplies.
GAIN more miles for less money. Re
tread your tread-worn tires by G. and
G Tire Co.. 2415 Leavenworth Tyler
3 QUARTER SECTIONS.
AND THEY ARE SNAPS. j
T.eeoteH 1m lerrlelr ennnfv i IA 3 And I
5 mi.es from town; good soil and the I UY Lee puncture-pro.if pneumatic tires
best of pure water at a depth of from I and eliminate your tire troubles Powell
10 to 20 feet; 40 acres of wheat on each Supply Co. 2051 Farnam St.
Hiarter, looking fine. Trices: $20,000. J USED tires, first-class condition, $5 to
$21,000 and $24,000; about one-half cash, i $15 Sent on approval. Duplex Tire Co.,
balance terms. Possession March 1
100 acres well Improved, one-half mile
to town: good soil, 15 acres alfalfa, an
ideal little stock farm; 60 acres under
plow. Price for 10 days only $137.50 per
acre: about one-half cash, balance terms.
The above farms are all in the Great
I'latte valley. If you want to buy a
pdiiH farm Hi the ripbt Tirlce. dOll't
write, but come at once. M. A. Larson, j
Central City, Neb.
116 S. 17th St
FORD light delivery, good running or
der; will sell cneap. H. 6786.
Repairing and Painting.
6-RM. house, md. ex. ht. 2505 N. 25th,
$15 per mo. Mr. Pease, 211 Brand. Thea.
FOR RENT 6-room house, 1411 Garfield
St. Call Wal. 522.
Close In, 5 rooms, modern ex
cept heat, 70S So. 24th St $ 25.00
Suitable for Rooming House,
2518 Davenport St., 10 rooms $35.00
2965 Pacific St., 9 rooms 35.00
No. 5 Shelby Court, 5 rooms $15.00
602 So. 29th St., 5 rooms 20.00
No. 9 Shelby Court, 4 rooms 7.00
380$ No. Hth St., 5 rooms $27.50
1228 Park Wilde Ave., 7 rooms $20.00
241$ Seward St., 7 rooms $22.50
PETERS TRUST CO.,
1622 FARNAM ST.,
PHONE TYLER 544.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY,
Realtora. Tyler 72$.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY,
CRE1QH SONS & CO,, Bee.
THE ONLY IMPROVED
ACRE, 2 BLKS. OF CAR
On our list at the price and terms.
Brand new, 4 rooms, pantry and good
basement. Acres is all In alfalfa. Priced
low at $2,500, and for $250 cash or
Liberty bonds you can get a contract
and can move Into your "Own Home"
by January 1, 1919.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN.
1614 HARNEY ST. PHONE TYLER 60.
TWO REAL BARGAINS
-r., fully modern, oak finish, garage,
large lot, paved street, renting for $26.
Price, $3,300, $300 cash.
6-r., mod. ex. ht., In fine repair, 50x
128 ft., east front lot, $2,250; your own
terma and Immediate possession. Lot
or auto considered on either.
RASP BROS . 212 Keeline Bldg Tyler 721.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES A APARTMENTS
AMEPICAN SECURITY CO..
202 8 17th St. Douglas 6018
WE SELL, rent. Insure and make Iobls
on city property, north.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO..
24th and Ames Ave. Col. 217.
Wrecked and leaky radiators repaired
and rebuilt; large stock used radiators:
New Ford honeycomb radiators.
. . . . .. . . a n-rrR- nieDITO
rAKMo rAKMd r Aravio jsmiing
All sizes, all prices and several with
exceptionally good terms; Douglas and
Sarpy counties, and a few good buys
in Iowa. If you will havo $3,000 or
more by March 1. I can fix you out.
Some exceptionally good bargains; some
nifty ones. Do not delay. Call fore
noons If convenient.
ORIN S. MERRILL CO.,
1015-1016 City National Hank Building.
F.XPERT 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. 218 S 19th St.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
1 SECTION wheat land, 500 acres ilvel;
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
owner, Guy Forsllng. Bushnell, Neb.
HA RLE Y-D A VI DSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines. Victor H
Roos. the Motoryclt Man. 27th and
WRITE me for pictures and prlcea of my
farms and ranches In good old Dawei
county. Arab L. Hungerford. Crawford
GOOD Omaha Income property for clear
weatern land or eastern Nebrssks farm
Mr Pease. 211 Brandels Theater Bldg
ALFALFA whtat and corn Irrigated
farms and ranchea, $15 to $170. Send
for list Cover Co . Cozad. Neb
MERRICK COUNTY, Improved corn and
alfalfa farms at the right price. IL A
LARSON. Central City. Neb
BARGAINS In homes. Ineatments. prop- WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. $50 per
ertlea and acreage near Omaha. Harrl- I a.. Including paid up water rights. Henry
ton i Morton, til Omaha Nat. Bit. Bldf ) Levi & C M. Rylander, $51 Omahs Nat
I'HE SALVATION Army Industrial Home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect We distribute.
Phone Doug. 4135 snd our wagon will
call. Call and Inapect our new home
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos and notes ss secur
ity. $40. t mo.. H goods, total, $3 50.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
432 Security Bldg. !6th A Farnam Ty 661
LOANS ON DIAMONDS. JEWELRT AND
11C7 LIBERTY BONDS. 90
12 '0W. C FLATAU, EST 1892. 1
TH FLR SECURITY BLDG TT tit
Philadelphia. Dec. 18.-A bill c
rights which it is proposed shall be
incorporated in the organic laws ol
states, that may be established as i
result of the world war, was adopted
at the final session today of tht
American Jewish congress and wil
be presented to the Versailles peace
conference by a delegation of nim
representing the Jews of the Unitet
The delegation, which was increa.i
ed from seven to nine and elected b;
the congress, is as follows:
Judge Julian YV. Mack, Chicagi
president of the congress; Stephei
S. Wise, New York; Louis Marshall
New York; Col. Harry Cutler, Pro
vidence, R. I.; Jacob de Haas, Ne
York; Rabbi B. L. Levinthal, Phila
delphia; Nahuni Syrkin, New York
Joseph Barondess, New York, am
Morris Weinchevsky, New York
Bernard G. Richards, New York, i
secretary of the delegation which i
tinder instructions to leave for Eu
rope as soon as possible.
Bill of Rights.
Mr. Marshall, chairman of th
committee on Poland, in presenting
the bill of rights to the congress ex
plained that it was drafted jointly l;
four committees that have been con
sidering conditions in Russia; Po
land, Galica, Lithuania, I'krainia, ant
the new Slovak nations. The re
port, presented by Mr. Marshall
That the American Jewish con
gress respectfully requests the peao '
conference to insert in the treat;
of peace as conditions precedent t
the creation of the new or cnlarget
states which it -is proposed to cal
into being, that express provision h
made a part of the constitution o
such states before they shall bt
finally recognized as states by tin
signatories of the treaty, as follows
1 All inhabitants of the territory
of (name of nation) including sucl
persons together with their families
who subsequent to August 1, 1914
fled, removed or were expellct
therefrom and who shall within tei
years from the adoption of this pro
vision return thereto shall for al
purposes be citizens thereof, provid
ed that such as have heretofore beei
subjects of other states, who drsin
to retain their allegiance to sucl
states or assume allegiance to theii
successor states, to tiie exclusion o
(nationality) citizenship may do m
bv a formal declaration to be tnadi
within a specified period.
'2 -for a period of ten vears Iron
the adoption of this provision n
law shall be enacted restricting an
former inhabitant of a state whicl-
included the territory of (name c
nation) acquiring citizenship there
Equality Under Law.
3 All citizens of (name of v.:.
tion) without distinction as to ract
nationality or creed shall enjoy cquu
civil, political, religious and nations
rights, and no laws shall be enacte
or enforced which shall abridge th'
privileges or immunities of, or im
pose upon any person any discrimi
nation, disability or restriction what
soever on account of race, national
ity or religion, or deny to any per
son the equal protection of the law
"4The principle of minorit.
representation shall be provided fo
"5 The members of the variou
national as well as religious bodie;
of (name of nation) shall be accord
ed autonomous management of theii
own communal institutions whethei
they be religious, educational, char
itable or otherwise,
"6 No law shall be enacted re
strictingfthe use of any languagt
and all existing laws declaring sucl
prohibition are repealed, nor shal
any language test be established.
"7 Those who observe any othei
than the first day of the week as
their Sabbath shall not be prohibitet
from pursuing their secular affairs
on any day other than that whicl:
they observe; nor shall they be re
quired to perform any acts on theii
Sabbath or holy days which they
shall regard as a desecration there
of." The congress adopted the propo
sition of the national Polish depart
ment and Polish national defense
committee for a commission to in
vestigate conditions in Poland af
fecting the Jews and to make a
public report of the findings.
The congress adjourned to meet
within one year after the signing of
the peace treaty or sooner if tho
European delegation should deem i
May Deport Aliens.
New York, Dec. 18 Mayor Hylan
today notified the police department
"To look carefully into the record
of every person arrested in connec
tion with red flag propaganda," urg
ing that in cases where those arrest
ed cannot prove their American citi
zenship, steps be taken for their dc
RUPTURE successfully treated without
surgical operation. Call or write I"
Frank H Wray. 308 Bee Bldg
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Lowest rates Private loan booths. Hsrry
Maleshock. 1514 Dodge D. lf Est 18IL
DIAMOND AND JEWELRT LOANS.
Barker Co. to Alex O. Oustafson,
Myrtle ave., 131 ft. w. of Oregon
Trail, s. s., 48x116 $
Barker Co. to Alex O. Gustafson. s.
e. cor, Oregon Trail snd Lafayette
ave., Trreg. piece
Everett T. Hendricks to Morris Fo-
gel, Willis sve.. 81 ft. w. of. 22d
St., n. a, 54x69 l,;r
Katie Peterson and husband to S.
M. Jewell, 21st St.. 80 ft. a. of V
St., w. s., $0x130 i ?
Rose Ann Lenagh to Frank Blga,
38th St., 80 ft. n. of L St., e. . '
Barker Co. to Reglna M. Beck.
Hamilton St.. 1412.6 ft. w. of 2 2d
St.. s. s, 47,5x120 , 4,(50
Joseph H, Case and wife ts Thomas
Belghtol, n. a. cor. 41st and Cas
telar at., 50x128 ...'.... 150
Louis Shlnrock and wife to Louis
M. Jensen, Ogden ave., 170 ft. w.
of 14th ave., n. s, 40x120 200
Dean B. Cummlngs and Helen M.
Best, Miami St.. 100 ft . of 43d
St., s. s., 60x120 1
Belle Williams and husband to Ben
Handler, 27th ave., 122 ft. s. of ,
Bristol St.. e. .. 40x102.82 1,(00
Charles W. Msrtln and wife to Ray.
mond O. Toung. Mar St., 1(1 ft.
w. of 24th st, n. s., 44x120, and"
other property J.toa
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