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THE BEE; OMAHA, MONDAY, APRIL' 12, 1920.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
AUTO CLEANING HOUSE.
EXCEPTIONAb liaKD CARS.
BEST VALUES IN USED CABS.
TB.AWVER AUTO CO,
OAKLAND Sensible Bla.
MARSH OAKLAND CO..
33U Farnam St
Late 118 Ford touring car, used rtry
nttlo, been. In storare lor nearly a year.
'"" ior qui ck eaie. 1'oug.
UAROAIN In 19U Ford, only 32. Call
OVERLAND ROADSTER. 7S B; new WU-
it pwy, sami. Tyler
MAXWELL CAR, 11, fine shape, 300;
MS9 Seward. Webster 4177.
118 KISSEL 6. Snap. Cord tires. Al
rendition. Harney 4S.
11 JORDAN for sale. Call Douglas 7247
after a p. m.
TRUCKS for hire. All alies. Reliable
ervlce. Tyler 1978.
FORD touring car. running order. Walnut
4SH. ?718 North Sixtieth.
MAXWELL touring, good condition. Call
owner at Webster 6468.
MAXWELL roadster, good paint, fine
ahape. 1175 takes It. Webster 4160.
Repairing and Painting.
RADIATOR CORES INSTALLED.
Mairutactured In Omaha, 24-hour eerr
Ice for auto, truck and tractor. Expert
radiator and fender repairing! body
denta removed; new fenders mad.
OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR MFO. CO
181 Cuming St. Tyler I1T.
Tires and Supplies.
NEW TIRES, STRICTLY FIRSTS.
.76 31134 113.75
3?'H 17.85 82x4 zfl.50
MilfilU SUB.1ECT TO EXAMINATION.
STANDARD TIRE CO.,
41 North 18th St. Douglas 3830.
30x3. $5.00; 30x34. 18.00.
All alzra In proportion.. Look ever
cur rebullts. Open Sundays. Tyler 2986.
00 N. 18th St Keyatone Tire Shop.
NEW REPUBLIC TIRES CHEA P.
30xSK i F1SK 313.96 I 84x4 321.15
30x3 .96 36x4 86.95
KAIMAN TIRK JOB B E R3. 1733 CUMINU.
IT'S ALL IN A LIFETIME.
Drawn for The Bee by Sidney Smith
AUTO electrical retain; aervlce atatlon
i or ttayneifl carburetor ana Columbia
storage batteries. Edwards. 2616 N. 19.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
HARLEY . DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargalna in used machines. Victor H.
Roos, the motorcycle man. 27th and
Ranches and Farm Lands
10,000-acre cattle ranch, 6.000 acres
deeded, 6,000 leased, that goes with
ranch; good Improvements; all under
fence; running water; some timber.
Priced for quick pale, $17.60 per acre.
640 acres, aH level; good anil; small
Improvements: one mile good store, post
office, high school. Priced 120 per acre.
320 acres, all level; good 4-room house,
email barn, garage, chicken house; good
well, aott water at door; one-half fenced.
Price, per acre, 320.
If you are In the market for a ranch
or farm, write -
J. M. CLAYTOR .
Room It, First National Bank Bldg.,
Colorado Springs. Colo.
SAN LUIS valley (Colorado) ranch. 800
acres, convenient to railroad and town,
. beat Irrigation, two flowing walla, large
. residence, on slate highway, splendid
soil, well fenced; 160 acres alfalfa; K5
acre; reasonable terms. W. W. John
ston, owner, Hooper, Colo., or 418 Barth
mag., Denver, coio.
I bought right and will sell you ab
solutely right, any part of 7,000 acres
of the best wheat and corn land In
eaat Colorado. Write for facts, now.
Sea our crops. Investigate.
R. T. Cllna, Owner,
' Brandon. Colo.
FOR. SALE Sec. 15-11-46, Cheyenne
county, Colorado; fqur miles, from sta
tion; on main graded road; near school;
fine soil; level; $26 an acre If sold be
fore May 1; part cash; balance 6 per
cent Thla Is a snap. Address owner.
TJ. S. Conn, Wayne, Neb.
160 ACRES unimproved In Burlington dis
tricts Will consider Omaha property
or car as part payment; $30 per acrew
Frank Gass, owner, 4006 North 26th St.,
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILROAD now
offering 3,000,000 acres, mixed farming
lands; very easy terms. Get my folders
explaining plans. John L. Barber, Ne
braska agent. Keellne Building.
IOWA farm at a sacrifice. Well Im
proved; 3 mi'.ea south ot Turin, la.; must
be sold at once. J. Helphand, 814 N.
275-Acre Fine Franklin
r County Farm
68 miles Kansas City; 7 miles Otta
wa; 1 mile station Santa Fa Trail high
way; 60 acres timothy and clover; 80
acres alfalfa; 60 acres wheat; land all
tillable; 100 acres -hog-tight; good 7-
room house; large new barn; double
rorncrib; hog house; never falling
water with engine to pump; mile to
publto school; ihi miles high school: 7
miles college; price $186 per acre. Will
give possession now, this tall or next
spring. Will loan hi the money If
wanted at 6 per cent. Come at one If
you want a fine home.
CASIDA A CLARK LAND CO.
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SEB J. M. Hastings. McCracken, Kan.,
for land bargain. This Is just one In the
great wheat-belt of Kansas. 3,000-acra
farm and ranch, all amooth, ti per cent
plow land, only 3 miles from railroad
and trading point; 660 acrea In wheat;
fair Improvements: all fenced; good
shallow water; rich soil and being so
near market Is a bargain price at $35.
REMEMBER WE ARE CUTTING
A 6.000-ACRE TRACT OF
LAND IN THOMAS CO.
To suit purchaser; over 2,600 acrea In
wheat; send for cur list.
FELTON & WEST,
307 Crounse Bldg. Tyler 4648.
LAND ON CREDIT.
In Michigan's best counties; raises fine
grsln, fruit, truck: only $16 to $35 per
acre: very easy terms; In tracts of 10
to 160 acres; no swamps or atones; free
farm advisers and insurance; money
loaned after land Is paid for to erect
buildings and buy live stock; near good
markets, schools, churches, hard roads,
railroads, etc.; best land In U. 8., from
largest eompanv. Write today for free
booklet Swleart Land Co., J1263 Flrat
Nat. Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111.
FOR SALE OR RENT
145 aaeres of the very best of aub
Irrtgated land, located 6H miles west
of Ogalalla, Neb., and Stt mile eaat
of Brule. In the Platte valley. 136 acrea
under plow, of which 60 acrea are in
alfalfa which cuts 176 tons per season.
This place has about $10,000 worth of
fine Improvement, nearly new. A nice
voung orchard and plenty of shade trees.
I will sell this farm on the very best
of terma or will rent to a good responsi
ble man. Possession at once. For fur
ther Information, address M. A. LarBon,
owner. Central City. Neb.
S.6!S-acro ranch, 45 miles from good
R. R. town; two sets of good Improve
ments; all fenced and cross-fenced;
creek, springs and well water: will cut
1.000 to 1,100 tons of good hay; balance
is pasture and alfalfa. This la the best
ranch In this section.
Price $30 per acre; will carry $26,000
Have other small ranches and good
farms la South Dakota, priced right.
R. A. PARKS.
FOR KEITH AND PERKINS
Writs us for list before looking else-where-
FELTON & WEST, .
30T Crounss Bldg. Opposlta P. O.
110 acres unimproved farm land In Thomas
county. Neb., between Thedford and
Haleey. Black loam and clay sub-oll.
$27.60 per acre for quick sale, one-half
cash. Balance 3 years, or trade tor good
Omaha property. Sea or writ J. H.
Bo I an. $20 So. 18lh St. Phone Doug.
CORN AND ALFALFA FARMS,
IMPROVED. IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA,
at tha right price. Write for list.
Central city, weoraska.
For Neb. Farms and Ranches as
unnwrvim nvauy -o.,
33 Omaha Nafl Bk. Bldg., Omaha.
A. A. PATZMAN. Farma 301 Karbach Blk.
SHAWNEE. OKLAHOMA, centfr of a
great" farming country. Write for our
free agricultural booklet Board ot Com
merce, SfeMTBAt, QU,
TEXAS OIL LANDS.
Fortunes made on small Texas oil
leases; ten-acre tract In 20 different S.
Texas counties; 200 acres, $300.
We have small and large tracts In the
three best S. Texas counties, Duval,
Reeves, Atascosa, $7 a acre up; titles
guaranteed. Send money order or check.
Twin City OH Lease Co., Lanier hotel,
San Antonio. Texas.
LANDOLOGT, a magastne giving the facta
In regard to the land situation. Three
months' subscription free. If for a horn
or as an Investment you are thinking of
nuying good farm lands, simply writs
me a letter ana ssy, "Mail me LtAri if
OLOOY and all oartlculara free." Ad
dress Editor, Landology, Skldraoro Land
Co.. $33 Bkldmoro Bldg.. Marinette. Wis.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
FKEK inscriptions ot best land and farm
bargains; state acreage wanted. H. L.
Wood, Mgr., Valley Land Co., It Hall
Ave.. Marinette, wis.
640-acre homesteads for filing; pat
ented land and relinquishments for sale,
In center of Osaga and Upton oil fields.
Call or write, Cok Bros., Upton, Wyo.
Real Estate Loans.
OMAHA HOMES EAST, NEB. FARMS".
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Cm. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Dou. 1716.
$100 to $10,000 mads promptly.
F. P. WEAD. Wead Bldg.. 810 8. 18th St
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booth!. Harry
Malashock, 1614 Dodge. D. 6618. Es. 1884
PROMPT service, reasonable ratea, private
money. Oarvln Bros., 846 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM and city loans.
E. II. LOUOEE, INC.,
638 Keeline Bldg.
SHOPEN A COMPANY. Doug. 4328.
D. E. BUCK. Loans. 443 Omalra Nat
Stocks and Bonds
Wanted $3,000 loan on $3,000 frater
nal Insurance policy. Man wishing to
make loan la beneficiary. Face ot policy
will come to beneficiary upon death of
Insured, who la 61 years old and In poor
health. Will arrange mattera so that
entire $3,000 will be paid to note holder
upon death ot insured, and will keep
up premiums tn Insurance. Chsnea to
make from $300 to $1,000 In short time.
Address Bee. Box M-3.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WE havo served the Omaha public In
buying and aelllng real estate for over
36 years. Ws have many calls now for
homes. List your property with us. We
will serve you to vour hast interests.
McCague Investment Co
Do You Want to Sell
' That home or apartmet' building? Wa
have lots of buyers anJ will give you
Schroeder Investment Co.
638 Railway Ex. Bldg. Doug. 3261.
YOU WANT TO SELL THAT HOUSE T
Want quick action! Just try us. Call
OSBORNE REALTY CO.. 430 Beo Bids'.
To buv or cell Omaba Real Estate see
fowler & Mcdonald
1120 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 1426.
WE HAVE cash buyers for cottages and
bungalows nicely located. Shrlver, 1047
8 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. P. 1836.
REAL ESTATE and all kinds ot insurance.
HERMANSEN A CO.
748 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
E. G. SOLOMON fn.t
314 Brown Block. Doug. 8262.
WANT to buy 6 to 8-room house on pay
ntenta from owner. Webster 4160.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
Three-story brick building, full cor
ner lot In wholesale district. Possession
DUMONT & CO..
418 Keeline Bldg. Phone Doug.
BEST BUT IN OMAHA.
Lot, 20x130, West Side, near Ak-Sar-ben
grounds. $360. Owner. Dong. 1868.
LOT 60x160 In business block. 40th and
Hamilton. Inquire 1014 Farnam. Doug
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
WALSH-ELMER CO., Realtors, Real
Estate. Investments. Insurance, Ren
- tals. Tyler 1636. 833 Securities Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
WE have nine houses and one brick flat
in Omaha; well rented, to exchange for
S. a & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
213 City Nat. Bank. Doug. 1313.
BEAUTIFUL larg hill tract lots In best
part of Council Bluffs. What have you
to trade. Carl Cbangstrom, $020 Far-
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
4 ACRES In Council Bluffs Ons mils
- from Omaha car Una. Rich, well-drained
and level. Can be bought for $1,400.
Terms, H cash; balance to suit buyer.
McGEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
106 Pearl St Pound! Bluffs. la.
SIX-room, modern bungalow with garage,
half block to car, two blocks from
Dundee. Full cement basement Price
$6,600. Liberal terms. Call Chaa. E. Bel
man, D. 8406.
We specialise In Dundee homes,
C. B. STUHT CO.,
812-14 City National. Ponglaa 8787.
DUNDEE, modern 7 -room home for aala
by owner. Walnut 1621.
FOR SALE Oua 7-room all modern house
and garage; a large cave; lot 60x160; on
paved street; car line in front of door.
Can be bought at a bargain If taken at
once. Priced so you cannot resist
Owner leaving city. Call South 641.
C. Im NETHAWAY for suburban property.
Florence Sta., Omaha, Neb. CoL 140$.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
FOR SALE 7-room modern house, 6107
Cuming. First floor haa living room, full
length of house, dining room, bath, fin
ished in eak; kitchen, butler's pantry,
white enamel; second floor, 4 bedrooms
and bath; lot 60x138; price, $10,000
cash. Can give possession by May 10.
Phone, Walnut 1816.
OMAHA Real Estate and Investments.
J. J. MULVIHILL,
100 Brandels Theat.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 48f.
FOR SALE Four-room burralow with S
acres at 7074 Pratt St. Phone Harney
6486. Owner will be at placo Sunday.
FOR quick results list with Benjamin
Frankenberg. 634 Bee Bldg. Douglas 711.
3. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Invest
ments, 442 Bee Bldg.. Douglas 8037.
BBNSO.V A MEYERS rp.. 424 Om. Nat'l.
Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
422 NORTH 31ST ST.
This is an 8-room, all modern
home, well constructed: four large
bedrooms; good oak floors; white
enamel finish; fireplace; cistern.
Located on eas&'front corner lot,
60x100; pavinsr all paid. Price
and terms right Arrange 'with
us for inspection.
GLOVER & SPAIN
Doug. 2850. 918-20 City National
6 and 6 rooms, oak finish; all mod
ern; separate heating plant; houae In
splendid condition; on car line and with
in sasy walking distance; $4,000 cash;
Oak finish; house not modern, but hss
electric lights; 160-barrel cistern, piped
Into house; good chicken house; screened
In porch; house t years old; $1,000 cash,
M. DEUEL & CO.
2406 Amei Ave.
Splendid five-room bungalow; all the
built-in features; strictly up to the last
minute; frame and stucco; garage;
choice lot; one block to ear. Pries
only $7,000. Owner leaving city.,
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
430 Bee Bldg.
. All modern, $4,600, $2,200 casK, bal
ance $27.60 per month.
$2,600, $500 cash, $26 per month bal
1,600 cash and balance to suit. Call
Walnut 6222, Walnut 4226 and P. 8480.
A REAL BARGAIN
in modern 7-room home, very desir
able, with garage, one-half block to
car, two blocks to school, paving paid.
JC.269. 3308 Decatur St. Call Webster
3537 for details.
WARM COMFORTABLE HOME.
Large 8-room house, 6 rooms first
floor, parlor, living room, den, dining
room, kitchen; 4 bedrooms and bath on
second. Dandy furnace. Call Webstar
TWO SMALL HOUSES. '
One S-room modern except heat; one-
4-room, on the same lot, iz.boo lor
both, $500 cash. For colored. Webster
6908 or Webster 839.
ONLY $300 DOWN.
5-room cottage, partly modern, paving
paid. 2636 Franklin St. Price, $1,900.
Call Webater 8637.
FOR SALE 6-room modern stucco bun
galow, furniture and piano nearly new,
leaving city, $8,000; third cash, balance
one year time. Colfax 4081.
FOR COLORED S rooms, partly modern.
Jtt diocks from car line; newly painted
and papered, $2,100; $460 cash. Call
Webster 838 or Webster 5908.
A FEW homes and lots for sale In Park
wood Addition; a safe place for Invest
ment. Norrls At Norrls. Douglas 4270.
$827 SEWARD, 4-room, new, modern bun
galow, $500 cash, balance monthly.
ij reign, 60s see. uougias zoo.
MINNS LUSA homes and lots otter tha
best opportunity to invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
NEW up-to-date 4-room bungalow; oak
nnisn, $4,ioo; $660 cash, for colored.
Webster 6808 or Webster 836.
FOR SALE 7-room partly modern house
on Seward St. For particulars, ae
M. A. Jones, 335 Cedar St. '
1116 No. 17th St ( rooms, part modern,
$2,280. North. Douglaa 807. .
SIX ROOMS ON BOULEVARD
NEAR HANSCOM PARK. ,
Four good rooms down and two bed
rooms and bath up. Not new but In
good condition. $4,500 will buy this and
very eaay terma given.
Eight-room modern, nearly new; close
to Hanscom Park and one block from
West side car. East front. $7,000.
Eight-room modern, Bemis park.
Choice lot. $9,000. Owner leaving city
and will make verv reasonable terms.
CONBOY & GREEN,
D. 3841. Tyler 4677. Web. 6166.
This new, well built house, having
sunroom, 1 I, living room with fire
place, nice dining room and kitchen on
first floor and S large bedrooms and
bath on second; nice east front lot
64x111; csn bo seen Sunday; located at
1630 8. 33(1 St. Look thla over.
D. V. SHOLES CO. ...
Doug. 46. 915-17 City Nat'l Bank.
FOR 8ALB BY OWNER.
EXCELLENT HOME ALSO VALUABLB
FOR BUSINESS LOCATION.
Six-room modern house. Oarage tor
two cars. Large beautiful corner lot
on Leavenworth car line, $6,600, Terms
It desired. Call Harney 1288.
TWO modern brick houses, east fronts,
walking distance, $12,000; 10-room mod
ern house well located, walking dis
tance. $6,000; two eight-room modern
and on four-room house on one lot,
class to the business district; out of the
city owner prices them to sell quick,
$6,860; four choice lots, splendid loca
tion, near the Catholic cathedral, owned
by widow, she says they must be sold.
Ses me for price, I. N. Hammond, 803-&
Brandels Theater. Telephone Doug. 6881.
nTDVPTT P. PA Real estate
and Insures. 250 Bee Bldg. Douglas (38.
REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS.
AMERICAN HKCTIRITY CO.
N. W. Cor. 18th and Dodge. Deug. 1011
REAL ESTATE, OTHER CITIES
NEWLY built, large, modern log cabin,
coonie stone fireplace, beamed ceiling,
large garage, ice house tilled. Located
on Mantrap Chain of Lakes. Beat
Muskey, Bass. Pike lakes In Minnesota.
B. M. Sabin, 1586 Dayton Ave., 6t. Paul,
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES.
OFFICIAL . NOTICE OF CITY BOND
Notice is hereby given that, nursusnt to
Ordinance No. 10665. passed by the Coun
cil of the City ot Omaha, a special election
win ce neia tn tne city ot umana, Doug,
laa County, Nebraska, on Tuesday, April
30, 1920, at the polling places designated
below, for the purposo of submitting at
ssld election the question and proposition
of authorising ths City Council of the
City ot Omaha to Issue general bonds of
tha City not to exceed tn the total amount
Two Hnnderd Fifty Thousand Dollars
(8360.000.00). the proceeds thereof to be
used In tha purchase of ground and ths
erection of a branch library, and to con
struct an addition, mainly for auditorium
purposes, to the Public Library, on prop
erty now owned by the City. The bonds
to mature In twenty (20) years, to bear
interest at a rate not greater than fire
per cent (5 ser cent), navable aaml-in.
autUr and tvMsaoad by aaasxed aotiDoas:
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES.
and bonds to be sold In accordancs with
law. Said proposition shall bo submitted
In the following form:
"SHALL THE CITY COUNCIL Or
THE CITT OF OMAHA BE AUTHOR
IZED TO ISSUE AND DISPOSE OF
OENERAL BONDS OF THE CITT,
NOT EXCEEDING IN AMOUNT TWO
HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOL
LARS (3250,000.00). TO RUN NOT
EXCEEDING TWENTY (20) YEARS
FROM DATE, TO BEAR INTEREST
NOT EXCEEDING FIVE PER CENT
(5 PER CENT), PAYABLE SEMI-ANNUALLY
AND EVIDENCED BY AN
NEXED COUPONS: THE PROCEEDS
THEREOF TO BE USED IN THE
PURCHASE OF GROUND AND THE
ERECTION Of A BRANCH LI
BRARY AND TO CONSTRUCT AN
ADDITION. MAINLY, FOR AUDI
TORIUM PURPOSES,' TO THE PUB
LIC LIBRARY AND ON PROPERTY
NOW OWNED BY THE CITY 7"
Said question shall be submitted to said
electors and the votea thereon ehall be
"Yea" and "No," and all ballots having
an X opposite ths word "Yes," shall be
considered as authorizing said bonds, and
all ballots having an X opposite the word
"No" shall be considered aa against tha
autnorisacion or saia Donas.
The location of the polling booth in
eacn election precinct is as follows: .
1st District, 4013 Sherman Ave.
2d District, 3723 Sherman Ave.
3d District. 3608 Sherman Ave. .
4th District, Lothrop School, 24th and
5th District, Eaglns House, 32d and
4th District, Northeast Cor. 24th and
7th District, City Hall. Florence.
8th District, 6626 N. 80th.
3th Distrlot, 6808 N. 24th. '
10th District, 6332 N. 24th.
11th District. 4104 N. 24th.
12th District, Omaha University, 24th
13th District, Colfax Garage, 4507 N.
14th District, Engine House, 30th and
1st District, 2825 Sherman Ave.
. 2d District, 2025 Sherman Ave.
3d District, 1629 Sherman Ave.
4th District, 1504 N. 24th.
5th District. 1829 N. 24th.
6th District, Lake School, 19th and
7th District, 261$ Sherman Ave.
8th District, 2902 Sherman Ave.
9th District. 3240 N. 24th.
10th District, Engins House, list and
11th District, 2516 N. 24th.
12th District, Garage, 2417 N. 24th.
18th District, 2708 Lake.
14th District. 1820 N. 24th.
15th' District, Long School, 26th and
1st District, 1101 N. 18th.
2nd District, Engins House, 16th and
3rd District, 1514 Davenport. .
4th District, Engine House, 12th and
5th District, 1620 Oapltol Ave.
6th District. 1616 Chicago.
7th District, 720 N. 16th. 1
8th District. 1812 Cumins:.
9th. District, South deor, annex, Keltom
School. 22nd between Nicholas and Paul.
10th District, 2210 Cuming.
Ilth District. The Madison. 3102 Chicago.
12th District, Dwelling, 624 N. 20th.
13th District, Basement High School.
14th District, Garage. 2526 Dodge.
16th District, 624 N. 24th.
16th District, Engine House, 914 N. 24th.
17th District, Garage, 2830 Caldwell.
18th District, Webster School, 38th Ave.
18th District, Dwelling. 2866 Chicago.
1st District, Corn States Serum Co.
Office, 1026 Mason.
2nd District, Engine House, 11th and
3rd District, Central Garage, 131$ Har
ney. 4th District, 103 S. 16th.
6th District, City Hall. 18th and Far
nam. 6th District, Court House, 17th and
7th District, 1708 Jackson.
-8th District, 1810 St. Marys Avs.
9th- District, Drug Store, 1923 Leaven
worth. 10th District, 2121 Leavenworth.
11th District. Dwelling. 629 S. 21st Avs.
12 District, 216 8. 20th
1st District, 1203 S. 6th.
2nd District, Grace Chapel, South Side,
William between 6th and 6th.
3rd District, Engine House, 8th and
4th District, 1704 S. 10th.
5th District, Train School, 6th and
6th District, Engins House, 11th and
7th District, New Bancroft School, 8th
8th District, 1261 S. 12th.
9th District, 1259 S. 16th.
10th Distrlot, School, 15th between Wil
liam and. Pine,
11th District, Lincoln School, 11th and
12th District. Drake. Williams & Mount
Office, 1925 S. 20th.
jam District, lOJi vinion.
14th District. Engine House. 20th and
16th District, Vinton School, 23d and
16th District. Caateliar School. 18th and
17th District, 2328 . 20th.
18th District, 1227 S. 22nd.
1st District, 4118 8. 13th.
- 2nd District, Edward Rosewater School,
13th and Phelps.
3rd District, 4001 S. 24th.
4th District, South Side High School,
23rd and J.
6th District, Garfield School. 16th and H.
6th District, Eagle Hall, 23rd and N.
7th District, Hawthorns School, 18th
between Mo. Ave. and M St.
8th District, School. 20th between O
and P. ,
9th District. 6133 S. 24th.
10th District, School, 19th and U.
11th District, 8113. R. R. Avs.
1st District, Dwelling, 3714 8. 24th.
3d District, School,' 37th and F.
3d District. 4636 8. 24th.
4th District, Engins House. 26th and L.
5th District, City Hall South Side.
6th District, Store, 2715 Q.
7th District. School. 27th and Jefferson.
8th District, School. 32d and U.
9th District. Engine House, 21st and R.
10th District, School, 39th and X.
11th District, 3726 Q.
13th District. Engine House, 33d and K.
13th District, School. 424 and L
EIGHTH WARD. .
1st District, Dwelling, 1114 8. 27th.
2d District, Dwelling. 1541 S. 26th.
3d District. Engine House. Ed Crelih-
ton and Park Ave.
4th District, 1204 8. 24th.
6th District, Garage, 2606 8. 32d Avs.
6th District, 1507 Park Ave.
7th District, 1334 Park Ave.
8th District, 8206 Poppleton, garage In
8th District.. Beal School. 48th and
10th Distrlot. Windsor School. 24th and
1st District, 2523 Farnam.
2d District, 2626 Farnam.
3d District, 708 S. 24th.
4th District, 2701 Leavenworth.
6th District. Engins House. 27th. be
tween St. Marys Ave. snd Leavenworth.
th District, 2V0Vi Farnam.
7th District, 719 Park Avs.
8th District. Farnam School. 29th and
9th District, Garage, 3617 Farnam.
10th District. Engine House. 36th and
nth District, io7 Far avs.
13th District, -3303 Leavenworth.
13th District. Basement School. 28th and
14th District, N. w. cor. 40th and Tar
J 5th District, Garage (rear), 304 8. 49th.
Kta District. 4V721 Laavsoworth.
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wire.
New York, April 11. The spread
of railroad labor disturbances last
week, with its threat of reaching
into new territory before irresnonsi
ble walkouts terminated, added one
more burden to the manv which in
dustry has had to shoulder in the
last 18 months. It needs no statis
tics to show that heavy losses of
production and a severe retardation
of distribution accompanies a great
tieup of transportation facilities.
This is to be considered supple
mentary to inconvenience and ac
tual physical suffering which goes
with a stagnation of the delivery
into consuming channels of the
necessaries of life.
Prior to the refusal of Chicago switch
men to work 10 days ago, the Industries
had been feeling considerable relief from
the winter difficulties of railroad ship
ments. The delivery and payment foe
gooas long neid In warehouse was grad
ually acting to relieve a congested situa
tion of credit tied up In commodities.'
Sign of Price Recessions.
There were signs of price recessions In
markets that ' had begun to receive In
creased quantltlea of manufactured prod-
ucii. it looKea as tnougn tne spring
wouia progress with somewhat easier con
ditions for both Droducara and conaumera.
But the strikes, engineered for a purpose
as yet obscure and In defiance of author
ity of organised labor, have changed all
that. Should Insurgency be calmed within
the next few days. It will require weeks
before the roads are again able to report
a resumption of traffic Improvement which
began with the passing ot adverse weather
The high cost of living problem la put
further than ever from a practical solu
tion and the high cost of doing business Is
mad even higher than before. The on
point ot comfort In the exasperating situa
tion has been the sober and helpful attitude
of responsible railroad union officials and
tha thought thereby implied that when
the present mess Is straightsned out,
the hand of conservative labor will be
Much Cold From England. -
Approximately $48,200,000 gold has been
sent to New York by the British govern
ment since the movement began a fort,
night ago. and recelota of nurchaaea made
by bankers In the auction market bring
the total Imports up to 351,400,000.
This comprises aa much of the metal
as local bankers estimated would come
m tha Initial stage of preparations for
me Angio-f rencn loan maturity, a pro
duct of the cold movement and of re
newed confidence in International condl
tlona as affecting Great Britain primarily
waa seen last Monday In a quotation of
if. tie, tor sterling sight drafts, tne rate
shooting across the 34 mark for the first
time in more man tour montns.
Tha latsr reaction to 33.86 at ths end
of ths week waa not unnatural In view of
the extraordinary rlss which had previous
ly occurred. The atory ot French and
Italian exchange was aulte different and
not altogether explained by newa of either
foreign or local origin, aoia aeciinea
to new low records, trance aelllng down
to about ( l-6c each and lire to ap
proximately 4c In American currency corn
Dared with a normal value of 19.2c. It
could be argued that the reflection of
Frencn currency inflation ana adverse
balance of trade In low exchange was
aggravated by the cost in money and
In lessened production of Increased mili
tary operations tn Germany. But that
factor did not affect Italian rates. Italian
exchange Is under government control,
which seeks to eliminate, speculative op
erations. It may be, af soma bankers
hold, that ths absence ot a short interest
In ths lire market because ot trading re
strictions has helped to accelerate the
Influence on Market.
The atock dividend slogan had a de
cided Influence In laat week'a stock
market speculation. Six per cent call
money until Friday's rise to 10 per cent
worked to expand tha operations of trad
ers whoae thought of profits was stirred
by the prospect of having shares given
to them free, provided they guessed the
fortunate stock. The conjunction of these
two factors was exactly right for pool
managers, and the bulging quantltlea of
a number of Industrial Issues showed them
to be active participants in the market.
The paat has shown that severe reactions
come sooner or later In atocks boosted by
concentrated buying in which sound
economic Influences play only a minor
part. The stock exchange took time by
the forelock In the case of Stromburg
Carburetor, heading oft what looked like
another accumulation of shares of a limit
ed capltillzatlon in a few hands. The Stuts
Motor episode has Imparted a lesson to
the Stock Exchange management, without
cny apparent evidence as yet, that over
scaloua speculators have taken It to heart
Political Instruction School
For Women Starts Saturday
A school of political instruction
for women under the auspices of
the Omaha School Forum will be
gin next Saturday and continue ev
ery Saturday for eight weeks. The
lectures, by eight noted educators,
will be held in the council of the
chamber of the City hall at 10 a. m.,
2:30 p. m. and 8 p. m.
Tickets for the course are being
sold for $2, single admissions, 75
cents. Omaha school teachers will
sell the tickets.
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES.
1st District, School, $2d Ave. and Daven
2d District, Garage, 3104 Cuming.
3d District, Oarage, 3514 "Lafayette.
4th District, 602 N. 33d.
6th District, 107 N. 40th.
6th District. Enclna House. 41st and
7th District. 46tb and Iiard. TeleDhona
8th District, 4619 Cuming.
9th District. Dundee Schoul. 61st and
10th District, Engine Houset 50th and
1st District. Howard Kennedy School.
30th and Mapls.
la uiatrict, i.n& n. 83d.
3d District, School, 36th and Franklin.
4th District, School, 48th and Corby.
6th District, 2205 Military Avs.
6th District, 2202 Military Avs.
7th District. Rosa Hill School. Benson.
66th and Arthur,
8th District, Engine Houss, City Hall,
9th District, 6053 Military Avs.
1st District. (224 N. 0th.
2d District. Central Park Retinal. 414
and Grand Avenue.
Id District, Dwelllnfc, 4724 N. 40th.
4tB District. Monmouth Park School.
13d and Ames.
5th District, Druid School. Main Floor.
th District. 4001 Ames Avs.
7th District, Florence School. Jlst. fee.
tween State and Wlllet.
The polls will open at I o'clock a. m.
and closs st 8 o'clock p. m.
HAKLEI a. MOORHEAD.
AT. 8. . It, li, 11, li, li, 16, 17 and 1$.
My HEART and
By ADELE GARRISON
How. Robert Savarin Thrilled
Madge by the Declaration of His
Determination About Lillian.
Robert Savarin spent the entire
forenoon preceding 'Lillian's arrival
in the company of his liege lady's
small daughter. Marion led him all
over the Durkee place and ours, and
if there was a tree or a bush, a
flower or a chicken on the two
places whose acquaintance he did
not make, whose family history he
did not learn, it wasn't Marion's
At 11 o'clock I went in search of
them, and found them in the row
boat on the little lake at the foot
of the garden. The artist, looking
extremely happy and supremely un
comfortable, was sitting in one end
of the rowboat, while Marion in the
middle, flushed and determined, wa3
rowing him about the lake.
Marion has learned to row in
child fashion since she has been
with us, the little lake, in no place
over three feet deep, being an
ideally 'place for juveniles, and she
naturally is anxious to display the
accomplishment. That the boat leaks
slightly, and that her oars are apt
to slip, sending splashes of water
over her passengers, are matters of
supreme indifference to Marion, al
though in other situations she is
prettily solicitous concerning the
comfort of her elders. But on the
subject of rowing her brain is
single-tracked and enthusiastic.
A Hppy Couple.
"Hoo-oo! Marion!" I called
'Time to meet mother I"
She turned the boat so quickly
that Mr. Savarin nearly lost his
balance. I caught a glimpse of mod
ish masculine shoes describing an
arc toward the sky, and held my
breath as the artist righted himself
with an effort.
"Oh-h, Uncle Robert, I'am so sor
ry 1" the child exclaimed. "I guess
you're not very used to rowboats,
are you?" with impertinence as un
conscious as it was amusing.
"I guess I'm not, sweetheart." he
answered, and they were near
enough now for me to see the fond
twinkle in his eyes as he looked at
her, "not this kind, anyway. But
I'll learn if you'll help me."
"I'll take you out for hours every
day you're here," Marion declared
with her words strongly italicised,
and Mr. Savarin laughed outright
as he met my amused eyes.
"Are we going to meet mother
with the car, Auntie Madge?" Mar
ion queried, and in the same breath:
"May I put on my pink dress?"
"Surely, dear," I returned, "but
you must hurry. We haven't very
much time. Uncle Robert will ex
cuse you if you run, I know."
She tied her boat and skipped
awav with a backward wave of the
hand. Robert Savarin's eyes fol
lowed her fondly, and I knew his
thoughts from the sigh that invol
untarily escaped his lips. But the
next instant a totally different ex
pression crossed his face, and he
looked at me with a rueful smile.
Can Lillian Resist?
"Marion is not the only one who
will have to change," he said, glanc
ing down at his bespatter! and
rumpled clothing, so trim and im
maculate an hour before.
"Marion's seamanship is rather
trying," I laughed, then added prac
tically: "If vou will give your things
to Katie when you come down again
I can promise you they will be re
turned to their pristine freshness.
Dicky says she's a wizard."
Thank you, that is very kind, he
said perfunctorily and with his mind
We had almost reached the house
when he spoke again.
Will vou have room in your car
for me to go to the station also?"
"Oh, surely!" I exclaimed. "You
must pardon my remissness, but I
had hesitated to ask you because "
"Because vou thought I might
shrink from first meeting the woman
I love before the eves of other
people," he finished, smiling down
at my chagrined astonishment. "My
dear lady, that would have been very
true six months ago. but that time
has passed for me. Let us speak
plainly, once for all. It has only
been within the last few months
that I have completely lost the
haunting fear that some day there
might come over me again that
awful cloud ".
He stOODed. and I fairlv held mv
breath, rememberinir the 15 vears
of mental loss to which he referred.
The best specialists long aeo as
sured me that I need never fear its
return," he went on, "and now my
own inner consciousness confirms
their decision. At last I am a man
again, among men" he lung his
hands wide with a sudden dramatic
gesture "and, make no mistake, I
shall use all my returned strength
to claim and protect what should be
my own by all the laws of God and
nature, if nat of man."
As he went on to his room with
a little courteous inclination of the
head I felt my pulse thrill with ex
citement and admiration.
Would Lillian be able to resist
such impassioned persuasion as Rob
eit Savarjn'si! ,
Rivals Famous Red
Hotel With One Bath
Chlcafo Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wire,
Chicago, April-11. Horrors Sat
urday night and no bath facilities,
Foster hall, one of the women's
dormitories at the University of
Chicago, has become a little sister
to the bolshevik hotel which boasts
1,000 rooms and one bath. Foster
hall is even worse off, for it has had
no bathroom facilities whatever for
four days and here it is Saturday
The Easter blizzard is to blame.
The snow piled up' on the roof and
began to ooze through the slates as
it melted. The water leaked into
the bathroom transforming it into
a fish pond. The ceiling began to
slough off and fall and an order was
issued prohibiting any one from en
tering the room .
One venturesome co-ed sneaked
in after a pet cake of soap, but
hustled out, wearing a scared look
and a coat of plaster and calcimine.
There are 40 girls in the dormitory
and, under their rules, they have
missed a 160 baths in tbV four days,
and now it is Saturday fjght.
Danish Farmers Peeved
About Labor Troubles
Copenhagen, April It. A ma
jority of the Danish farmers, who
are the backbone of the nation,, are
exasperated over the continuous
labor troubles, which are preventing
the transport of farming produce to
England and the United States, and
contemplate direct action by cutting
off Copenhagen and other Danish
towns from agricultural produce,
meat and grains until the strikes are
The bakers, masons, seamen and
longshoremen are still on strike.
The longshoremen are willing to
negotiate, but are informed that this
is impossible until work is re
sumed. Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
14 MEN JAILED
ON CHARGES OF
Officers Start National Cam
paign; More Than $100,000
in Tickets Seized by
Columbus, Ohio, April 11. What
is declared by local police officers
to be the start of a nation-wide cam
paign against four big lottery com
panies operating throughout the
country was taken here when 14
Columbus men were arrested and
jailed on charges of selling lottery
tickets or promoting a lottery. More
than $100,000 worth of lottery tick
ets were seized here, the police say.
The four lottery companies arc
said to be the Honduras, the Cuban,
which is declared to be conducted
through the National Bank of Cuba,
the Metropolitan, whose headquar
ters arc in Montreal, but whose
printing establishment is said to be
in Toledo, Ohio, and the Alaskan.
According to the local police, they
learned of the alleged lotteries when
ticket salesmen approached a police,
man and asked him to buy ticket.
The police state the tickets were of
fered for sale at from 50 cents to
$10 each and that the prizes otterea
ran as high as $10,000 and $20,000.
The police said all information re
garding the lotteries had been placed
in the hands of federal officers.
Members of Reserve Board .
Discuss Discount Rates
Washington, April 11. A series
of conferences attended by the gov-
ernors of the federal reserve bank'
and members of the federal reserve
board ended without announcement
as to probable changes in rediscount
rates of reserve banks.
Higher rates were discussed as 1
possible means of checking the in
creasing flow of commercial paper
into the reserve institutions, but
there was no indication of the at
titude of bankers. It is known,
however, that the situation created
by the constant demands of member
banks upon the rediscounting priv
ileges of the federal reserve system
is about to force some action.
Indictments Returned 1
Against Negro Soldiers
Santa Fe, N. M., April 11. The
federal grand jury returned 15 in
dictments againsf members of the
regiment stationed at Columbus,
N. M. for the pas three years and
recommended to the court and the
war department that this regiment
ought to be removed from the Mexi
can border. The report stated that
the civil authorities were unable to
cope with the situation as regards
bootlegging and gambling.
Mexican Train Dynamited.
El Paso, April 11. Mexico City
newspapers arriving here reported
another train dynamited by bandits
in Chihuahua. According to the ac
count, the train was en route from
Tnrrenn in friiriiia Vina when it was-
dynamited, eight kilometers south
Of Ceballos station.
Make A Start
The End Is Easy
Unless You Own a
Homo, ar Have a
"Heme Fa ad,"
Sooisthfcif' Wrong. v
Buying lots or acreage is a
snap, once you get started.
Many buyers pay up much
faster than their contracts
O. W. Helvey, in April,
1918, bought a $750 tract on
$10 a month terms over
six years. He paid out and
took his deed in January,
Lillie Olson, March, 1917,
bought a $62$ lot on $10 a
month terms a 5-year con
tract She paid out and
took her deed, March, 1919.
Advise with a Realtor. Any Omaha Realtor can
show you, in a short time, how to become a Real
OMAHA REAL ESTATE BOARD.
INVEST YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL GROW -T
LOT SALE. EXTRAORDINARY
On Saturday, April 10th, 2 P. M., we will start the sale of
17 choice lots in South Omaha, near 36th and F streets.
Within easy walking distance of all South Side industries,
with monthly payroll of over $1,500,000.
No safer investment possible. These lots will grow in value
as fast as any property in Omaha.
Prices from $250 to $500.
Lots 50x130; a few 65x130.
Terms easy. A small payment down and monthly payments
from $5.00 to $10.00 per lot .
Make arrangements at our office to see the lots before Sat
urday or meet us at 36th and F streets, Saturday afternoon,
from 2 till dark.
South Side Land Company
Telephone Douglas 9388. 403 Brown Blk., 16th and Douglas
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