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THE BEE: OIVlAHA, WKDWESDAY. APRIL' 21, 1920.,
MOVINO ANn stnpir.p ' :
'i ..c.. AUrc MOVING. r-CKINS
VrOUSEHOLD GOODS AND TIANOB.
. ., Rltifinvifiiia CliFVD
r.lljSB RENTAL SERVICE. "
r . COMPLKTK LIST OF"
J 'HOTJSKa AND APAKTM1JT8.
L21tfc1"' Jnckson Bta. Douglas tt.
I MOVING. PACKING, STORAQ& '
I FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
Separate locked room for household
' mr?a. na PUoa moving-, poklng and
: lipping y
OUAHA VAN AND BTORAOH CO..
lo Booth lth. Dour. 41 t.
fRY US FIRST
American" Messenger & Express
-Douglas so, ol W do moving of
all kind. Let us haul your trunk tor
quick service. ,
VAN and STORAGE CO.
' Pw"d by H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 149.
., HENRICKSON TRANSFER
THT5 WORLD MOVES SO DO WB ,
CITT AND COUNTRY HAULING.
V Fhona Colfn 1274 days, or Calf ax
. if 2330 evening.
; UNION TRANSFER CO.
LKT ua tlmafe- our moving, packing
and atones. 1608 Davenport Doug. 2901.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
U High grade show harness
' 1' wnliiaM m ftflft . -.,t Inoliiillnv
army and warTSuxness; SO per cent Uts
count on aft-Tiarness goods and col
lar. Write for free price Hot. Desk; .
MIDWEST HARNESS CO., ...
7og yo. iBtti pt.v
OR SALE Twenty head of fine farm
horse, mare and mules, Soma of mares
in foal. AH stock guaranteed sound and
In good condition. Apply at 3 C. refers
Mill Co.. 39th and B streets ft after
p. m , phone South 4TB.
i,f flass con-
PLATFORM spring wagon, firs
amont 48il n. 8th, col
illLCH COW3 FOR SALE. SO. 3006.
, POULTRY AND PET STO
frlOROUOHBRED-White Leghorn cock
erel,' ! White Leghorn letting egg.
UOURia 7658. ,
THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock and fl.
W. Leghorn hatching eggs, 11.50. llar-
'fi'HEAT screenings. (2.50 per 100. pounds.
Wagoner. 101 Nrth lth St. Doug. 11 43.
ANCONA eggs for hatching. Call Mrs.
C. A. Meyers, Council Bluffs. Red 3334.
i'HOROBRED Rhode Ishind Red hatching
eggs, ll for 13. col, S245,
ROSE COMB Rhode island Red eggs for
hatching. A. L. Down. Colfax 46QS.
BUFF ORPINGTON eggs. 11.50 to 3.00,
thoroughbred prize stock. Douglas 4041.
TWO pedigreed Boston bull terrior for
"v sal. Harney 1178.-
WHITE Wyandotte hatching eggs, $3 per
BARRED ROCK eggs. Sc. South 645.
. ' to
- AUTOMOBILES FOR JJALE.
miVE IT YOURSELF
RENT A NEW FORD DRIVE
ITHT5 MOST ECONOMICAL AUTO
MOBILING; CHEAPER THAN OWN
ING A CAR. NEW, A-l CONDITION,
BELF-STARTERS. OPEN DAT AND
' NIGHT THE R5 DAYS.
UU HOWARD STREET. DOUG. IS23.
You Cannot Afford
to oVerlonk this bargain. Bulck Light
a!, used only a few week. or ap-
otntmenrcai, Tyler 4gvz.
19 FORDS, BUICKS. DODGES.
New and used cars; cash or time.
Ford aodlea, commercial bodies.
, 'OOLDSTRUM AUTO SALES CO.,
J51I Harney St., Tyler 714,
:, Open Day and Night.
- REfaUlLT HUDSON
' ' SUPER-SIXES. '
We have several rebuilt and reflntshed
Hudson in closed and touring models;
ejccptlonal values; terms if desired.
GUY L. SMITH,
Sruthent Corner of 26th and Farnatji.
I OMKbargalna In used Ford car. Mc-
i ntrrey Motor uo. rne nanny rora
. Sorvtce Station. 15th and Jackson. Doug
i Mitchell light six... ..$55
17 Bulck light six.. 725
IS Ford tourlpg 340
Twenty others from 1175 up.
TRAWVER AUTO CO., 2210 Farnam.
f HE GUMPfJ-
' " TURN .dN THE .SPOTLIGHT,: HENRY;
Drawn for The Bee by Sidney Smith
jnv3 IS TH;TrtlRO
U.HT ANDY HAS ,
womaH tr-r BLACK
NEW. Fpbp Forav,
he. tAaV aT-
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COME ON -TftKE A,
OOK AT ME 3LX WP-
SHElL. THINK THIS tS A 4W
OF JIA.V CELET&RATlOH. I'LL
"SNAP THOSByOLO HYES VCazJ
IHITHX IHtTrtt- M CjCrUl-'Ut.
OP PtN WHEELS ?
TACKED TO A
WHAT DO YOU SE OUT HERE
SOMESOPY EUSE MOVED
THAf YOU'RE TyJN- TO MAKE
AN tliPRESSAON WITH ?
,VHV THE SCENERY ? WHAT'S '
'THESa SHOW? COMEDY
PRAM A 7
CURTAM- VNISIS THE
i-AST ACT "TAKE YOUR
' : BOW - "TAKfc OFF YOO?l
. NrVRDRoB&VND pctt
"THAT BOO.VJET N - I
WATER- . .' 7
. 'tOU'RE THRoucj H
,TOR THE NtQ?NT
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MISSOURIHO down, ,$5 monthly buys
40 acres, truck and poultry land nea
town southern lie. Price $24. Send
.for bargain list. Box 169, Mt. Vernon,
A. A. PATZMAN. Farms. 301 Karbach Blk.
FQS. KEITH AND PERKINS K
... COUNVY LAND 1
Writ us for list befora looking else
where. FELTON & WEST,
80T Crounse Bldg. Opposite P. O.
Phone Tl 4648.
CORN AND ALFALFA FARMS,
IMPROVED. IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA.
I atythe right price. Write for list. 1
LARSON ft CARRAHER,
. 1 Central City. Nebraska. '
For Neb. Farms and Ranches see
Graham-Peters Realty Co.,
I3t Omaha Nat' I Bk. Bidg.. Omaha.
v; 4,0Q0 ACRES
Northeast corner Box Butte- County,
S per cent best of farm land, Rose
bud silt loam soil, a snap aL 2i au
S. S. and R. f.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
Three-story brick building, full cor
ner lot In wholesale district. Possession
It wanted. , ,
DUMONT & CO.,
411 Keellne Bldg. " Phone Doug. 690.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
y MONEY MAKE
Apartment In excellent location, well
built and very modern throughout. Best
of tenantsLarge corner lot. Will guar
antee fli.OOO per year net income. Prico
for quick sale $4", 000. Half cash, If In
terested see ' , , .
D. E. BUCK, '
. ' ; 44 J Omaha Nat'l. Bk. D. 2000.
WALSH-ELMER CO., Realtors,
Estate. Investments. Insurance,
tals. Tyler 1536. 333' Securities
REAt ESTATE OTHER CITIES
On lake Okoboll, situated on Lot 9,
- Block 22, Okobojl City, owned by the
George Hooper estate, for sale. South
. front, fine beach, nine rooms; . electric
light, gas, .fireplace, Furniture includ
ed. Just e)at of "The lnu." An ele
I-'will receive offers up"4o the close
of business Muy 1, 1920. Mall offers must
contain certified check for I1.60CT to ap
ply on purchase price if accepted; bal
ance due when court approves deed.
W. L. UUND, Administrator,
21 S City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Improved Fprm ;
April 27, Tuesday, 1 p.vm.
FOR TERMS ON USED CARS
VAN BRUNTS. - '
i Look for th red seal on windshield.
WANTED For spot cash, 100 used cars;
muick action; no delay. Auto Exchange
Co., 205 Farnam St. Doug. 6035.
WE HAVE St good used car to aelecl
v from. All price.
MEEK8 AUTO CO.. 502 Farnam.
USED CARS OF QUALICTt
' STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO.,
2020 FARNAM ST.
THE DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY.
v 2520 Farnam St.
i . AUTO CLEARING HOUSE,
I0S3 FARNAM. -EXCEPTIONAL
OAKLAND Sensible Six. ,
MARSH OAKLAND CO..
2309 Farnam St.
1915 liaht Hudson truck. 4 cylinders:
A cheaD for cash. Tvler 2986.
"ONE-TON Ford truck, bargain. Webster
; , 2SS4. V
ONE-TON TRUCK. Ford; bargains Web-
FORD coupe. 1'JIH chassis; good ondi
' tlon. Walnut 203. , '
Repairing and Painting.
RADIATOR CORES INSTALLED.
' Manutaetured In Omaha. 24-hour aery
Ice for auto, truck and tractor. Expert
radiator and fender repairing; body
dents removed; new fender made.
. OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR MFG. CO.,
1819 Cuming St. Tyler 917.
Tires and Supplies.
NEW TIRES,. STRICTLY FIRSTS.
S03 .......I 9 i 80X3H 113.75
2x3'4 17.86 32x4 20.60
SHIPPED SUB.1KCT TO EXAMINATION.
STANDARD TIRE Op..
tin North 16th St. t Douglas 3830.
. ' USED TIRES,
30x1, 11.00; 30x34 36.00.
All slice in proportion. Look over
eur rebuilt. Open Sundays. Tyler 2936.
SAV1GK TIRES. "
: 903 N. 16th St. Keystone Tire ghop.
," NKW REPUBLIC TIRES CHEAP.
'jdT.lu. F1SK S12.95 I 84x4. ...... 121.95
30x3 J. 9.95 I 36x4 26.95
,KA 1MAN TIRE JOBBERS. 1733 CUMING.
AUTO "electrical repairs; serviced station,
- for Hayfielrt carburetor and Columbia
J storage battefles. Edwards. 2616 N. lj.
On the above date In the Gem
ter, Qgallula, Neb., we will sell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder regard
less of pries the " following described
real estate, located 6 miles due west of
Ogallala and 34 miles east of Brule,
Neb., on a good level road to town and
about 60 rods, from thi$ Lincoln high
way: All lots, one, two, three and four
in Sec. 17; T. 13, R. 39. west of the 6th
V,, M., Keith, county, Nebraska, except
thm railroad right-of-way, containing
. 144.7 acres more or less, according to
government survey. Terms of sale; 15
per cent of the purchase price cash day
of salew when possession will be given.
Purchaser to assume a mortgage of
38.500 duo March 1, 1925, Rearing In
terest at the rate of ( per cent. Re
mainder of purchase price November 1,
1920, when a good and sufficient ab
stract of title together with warranty
deed will be delivered to purchaser,
improvements: $10,000 worth of fine
Improvements, built 5 years ago. as fol
lows: Good 1 -story, 7-rooni house,
with basement and furnace; water In
kitchen; plenty of nice shade trees:
also rice little bearing orchard; good
basn for( horses; stanchions for 10
cows; nwfw for 25 tors of hay: hog
house; chicken house; granary and new
garage, with cement floor, room .for 2
cars: good well and windmill; 95
' acres fenced. 60 acres fenced hog-tight,
125 acres in cultivation, including 60
Nacre qf alfalfa which cut 150 tons last
season,' balance ' pasture. Soil, rich
black loam. Land lies level. Is all sqb
lrrigated and excellent lfalfa land and
well adapted to the production ef corn,
wheat, oats, barley and beets. Posses
sion, day of sale. For further Informa
tion address Nebraska Realty Auction
- Co. Central City. Neb., Mark Carraher,
Auctioneer; it. A." Larson, Owner.
New York Lands.
3700 cash.' $100 yearl; good buildings.
70 acres farnr tools, nons, is.vuu.
56 acres. 3 cows. team, tools, $4,000.
40 acres, 10 cow. team, tools, $4,200. J
15 acres, fruit farm, $1,400., "4
120 acres, 20 per acre, possession to
No snow. 1
2436 S. Snlina, St.. Syracuse, N. Y.
LANDOLOGY, a magazine giving the facts
in regard to the land situation. Three
months' subscription free.. If for a home
or as an investment you at thinking of
buying good farm lands, simply write
me a letter and say, "Mall me LAND
OLOOY and all particulars free." Ad
dress Editor, Landology, Skidmore Land
Co.. 433 Skldmore Bldg., Marinette. Wi.
Real Estate Loans.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly.
F. D. WEAD, Wead Bid g., 310 S. 18th St.
-Ul I'd L' JC, .1 r. I V X l,u. J.
Lowest rate. Prlvat loan booths. Harry
. 1 1 1 . . r , J r-n TV EGIO Va 1 flQJ
mauiaiu'i K, tail diibv, w'ttf.
VfTull STvyTa IT A 2T 11? TV B At?fR
OMAHA HOMES EAST, NEB. FARM8.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
10U1 Cm. Nat Bk Bldg. Dou. 271$.
PROMPT service, reasonable rates, private
money. Oarvln Bros.. 345 Omaha Nat
Stocks and Bonds.
FOR SALE for nuick enfch. y30 shares
American State Bank totV at $95 per
share. Box K-t, Omaha Bee.
FARM and city 'oans.
E. .H. I.OUGEE. INC
X 62 SK eellne Bldg. '
, PRIVATE MONEY.
1 SHOPEN A 'COMPANY. Doug. 4,28.
ns. 443 Omaha Nat
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
hARLEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargain in used machine. Victor H.
'Boor, the moturcycl man. 87th and
.Ills' HABLEY-DAV1DSON Motorcycle,
4 t with aide car, cheapv , Tyler 2178.
LIVE havo served the Omaha public In
w t: - i -.
36 year. W have many calls now for
botneit List yair pnlperty with us. W
will serv you ro your Best interests. .
Mc Cague Investment. Co
Ranches and Farm Lands
cattle ranch, 5.000 acre
leased, that goe wltn
ranch; good Improvements; all under
fencsr running water; some -- timber.
Priced for quick ale. $17.69 per acre.
640 acres, fell level; good soil: small
Improvement; one mil good store, post
office, high school. Priced $30 per acre.
330 acre, all level; good 4-room house,
small barn, garage, chicken house: good
well, soft water at door; one-half fenced.
Prico, pr acr. $20.
If. you or In th Jnarket for a tanch
or farm, writ
5. M. CLAYT(k
Room 11, First National Bank; Bldg.,
Colorado Springs. Colo.
) , , I bought right and will aell yon at-
: t...-i.. ,(.ht anw nmr nt 7000 flrrSa
' of tb best wheat and corn land Id
,: . east Colorado. Writ for facta, now.
, Go our crop. Investigate.
, R. T. Clin. Owner, .
. " . ' Brandon. Colo.
UARTER seetkn. close to Burlington,
Colo., partly fenced, 60 acre under cul
tivation, well and windmill, no other
' Improvements. Prtc $35 per acre; $500
down will handle. Address Box K-54,
icn Ji'RES in Burllneton dtstrtct,
proved, $30 pertacra. Wonld consider
Omaha property as part payment. Phone
OoltX 4183. Frank Gaas, Owner. - 4003
" No. 25th St. Omaha. J
REMEMBER WE ARE CUTTING
A 6,009-ACRE TRACT OF -:-
LAND IN THOMAS-CO.
' To auil pchtet; ever 3.500 acre hi
wheat; nito for cur list N ,
FELTON & WES?
tOT ifrouns Biqar Tyler 4V
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
HAVE YOU A 5 TO 7-ROOM
HOUSE FOR SALE?,
For quick results list it with,
W. FARNAM SMITH St CO.,
Phone Doug. 664. 1320 Farnam St
YOU WANT TO SELL THAT HOUiB
Want oiilck actiao? Just, try us. Call
Tyler 491. -
OSBOR.N'B REALTY CQ...' 480 Be Bldg,
To buv orXcell Omaha Real Estate se
FOWLER & McEJONALD
1120 Clfy Nafl Bfik Bldg. Doug. 1426,
WE HAVE ccah buVsrs for cottage n
bungalow nicely located. Sbriver, 1047
9 Omaha Nat.' Bank Bldg. D. 1636.
REAL ESTATE and all kinds of insurance
748 OmahayNat. Bank-Bldg.
WANT to buy from owner, 6 to 8 room
house, on payments, for colored. Web.
4160. . -
E. G. SOL0MON)R"e
SI 4 Brown Block.
to 8 -room house,
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
v The finest 32 acresNn Douclas
county facing east 6n Krug-Park
1 r ' 1 , 1 . j . a
roaa, lew diocks to pavcu street.
High, and sightly .location; land
lies Dractic.allv level. Owner will
sell oh easy tcrnis or trade for a
Kooa ciose-in investmenx. ror
price and terms call
A. P. TUKEY &--S0N.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
WE have nine houses and one brick flat
in Omaha; well rented, to exchange for
S. SI & R. E. MONTGOMERY",
213 City Nat. Bank; Doug. 1?13.
BEAUTIFUL larga hill tract lots In best
part or council jjiuirs. wnat nave you
to trade, carl Changstrom, 2UZ0 Far'
4 ACRESln Council Bluffs One mile
from Omaha car line. Rich, well-drained
and level. Can be bought for $1,400.
Terms, Yt cash; balance to suit buyer.
McGEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
105 Pearl St Council Bluffs. Ia.
$10,500 Eight roonvf and, sleep
ing porch; sun roomlivHiig room,
dining room and kitchen fist
floor; three bedrooms and sleep
ing porch Second floor; floored
attic;jfull basement; oak rWors
throughout and oak finish first
floor; full lot,' nicely located,
with garage for one car. First
time offered. ..
GLOVER & SPAIN
918-20-Cijy Nat." Douglas 2850.
A good 6-room house, having nice
living room, dining room, butler's pan
try and kitchen on first floor, with, oak
floors and oak finish: second floor has
3 large, pleasant bedrooms and tiled
bath. Well located and a bargain at
' the price asked. Mustibe sold at once.
D. V. SHOLES CO.
Douglas 46. 915-17 City Nat'l. Bit.
A cozy little stucco bungalow is
'just being completed. - It is strict
ly modern, has oak floors and fin
ish, white enamel in bedrooms.
Close to car. Price $7,000; $1,000
cash, $65 per month.' Call. Mr.
Carse at Douglas 3575 days, tlft
Peters 'Trust Bldg
"DUNDEE HOME .
NEW MODERN, UP-TO-DATE SIX
ROOM. HARDWOOD FINISH, BRICK
FIREPLACE; VERY NICE; READY
TO MOVE RIGHT INTO, FOR $9,800.
ON REASONABLE PAYMENTS.
Yf. H. GATES
647 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldgr. D. 1 204.
We apccialtze in Dundee homes.
C. B. STUHT CO.,
912-14 City Katlonal. Dougiss 87S7.
DUNDEE, modern 7-room home for sale
by owner'. Walnut 3 621.
NEW 7-ROOM, with sunroom: strictly up
to date; 51st and Underwood: close to
school and Happy Hollow club; imme
diate possession; $13,500. Call owner.
C. L. Nethaway for suburban property.
Florence Sta., Omaha. Neb., Col. 1409.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
West Farnam Bargain
't A very well built and' attractive 8
room home, having large living room,
with fireplace, library; nice dining
rbom, with French doors onto an optr
porch; butler's pantry and Wtchcn, on
. fist floor. Upstairs there are 4 very
pleasant sleeping ooms and bath; fin
ished room on 3d floor; large lot, and
Jtarage for -4 wo cars, with living quar
ters above the garage. This house is
a wonderful bargain for the" man who
appreciates value. Must be sola; Pps
session immediately. Must act quick.
D. VTSHOLES CO.
.- REALTORS,-' "
Douttliis 46. 915-17 City Nat'l. Bk. Bldg.
' Beautiful five-room easf- frcit
bunealow in .West Farnam distri
and closeo.new Cathedral. Built
four yeafs aeo by owner. Has
five rooms on one floor finished in
oak and birch. On paved street,
convenient to sclwol arid street
car. For shorW.time only; price
SchroedeB Investment Co.
- 538 Railway Exchange. , ,
tfOA FIRST NATIONAL
Vw BANK BJJ1LDING.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. '
Larire two-story stucco residence! hs
large iaing room across entire front of
house, with fireplace; large dimng roonj.
breakfast room, kitchen, on' first floor;
three bedrooms, bath and closed-ln
sleeping porch on second floor; oak fin
Irh downstairs: white enamel and ma
hogany j doors unstalrs: oak .floors
throughout; large attic, plastered;, bn ce
ment; on paved street: .south front;
ne-hslt block to rnr; restricted nelitn
borhood: am offering this home
fiul"k ! " Phan WnJnirt
- tfiim riinill in.., ii ,i
Dodge St. and 32nd (Ae.
Corner lot, 93x135 feet. Good 12rroom
house, all modern, finished ln'ook with
oak floors' throughout. ' Thi property
would make an idoul location for bnch
elors' quarters. Price $15,000; $4,C(00
cash, balance handled jti terms.
GEORGE & COMPANY
902 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Kstatn and Investment.
J? J. MULVIHILL,
200 Brandeis Theat.
WEST FARNAM '
A good 7-room ll modern, well lo
cated on paved street and In-line shape;
can be shown by appointment. Price
$6,500 and well worth the money. Call
Sunday Walnut "815, week days Doug
las 3575. .
A. W. TOLAND CO.,
' 410 Bee Bldg,
REAL VALUE FOR
$5,000 ' ;
seven rooms and baftt., strictly mod
ern, oak floors, stucco: ctrotqje corner
lot; on paved Street; one block to two
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
430 Bee Bldg.
Omnb Real Estate and
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler
FOR quick results list with Benjamin
Frankonberg. 624 Bee Bids,'. Douglas 723
J. B. ROBINbON. Ri ai Eat.ite and Iisrest
mcnts. 442 Ben Bldg.. DoUKlas 8097.
FOR SALE By owner, 6-room cottage;
modern except heat. $3,500. Har. ti'174:
BUY FROM OWNER'6-ronm house, i lots,
$2,7.00. 4925 Deestur. Walnut 3173.
BENSON MEYERS CO., 424 On
jlDA t 1.11J , I 1 11 . 1 , JL .
Here is a beautiful home that must
be sold at onqo as owner is leaving the
cify; located 131 North S4th street. 21i
blocks from Farnam car line. Beauti
ful living room with fireplace; hall;
- paneled dining room; large screen
porch; 4 nice bedrooms with large
sleeping porch; bath room, including
shower; maid's room and bath on third
floor; refThitewatcr softener and Ruud
heater; garapre; beautiful grounds and
shrubbery. This houBe was btrtit only
three years ago.
If you want a real home located on
J a quiet trcct, don't fail to look at ihls
at once, as It is a genuine bargain.
KLOKE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
f Douglas 1150.
WEST FARNAM HOME
- Nine-room sturro, eak downstairn,
maple upstairs;- fmo condition; close to
Cathedral on 39th street. Party leaving
town, make offer.
S. S. and R. E.
VS13 Vly Natl. Bank Bldg. Doug. t313
45th and Franklin Sts..
Mighty good G-room, all modern homo;
every convenience; laro south front lot;
quick possession. Price $5,000; $1,500
cash down. .
R. F. CLARY CO
2404-06 Ames Ave. Colfax 17
SIX ROOMS, STRICTLY MODERN.
37,000, J,i CASH. -Buys
this six-room, strictly modern
house, located on a lot 30x135, near 31th
and Franklin Sts.; dandy, living room
and dining room and Urge .kitchen on
the first floor; three large, light bed
rooms and bath on the second floor; hot
water heat; 'full cement basement with
laundrv facilities: only 1 block to car
line and school: built for home by the'
owner and in excellent condition; key,'
at our OTnce. i
COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT CO.,
1516 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Douglas 3032. Pgugla 5236.
Four-room house; electric lights; ce
ment basement; hedge around place
house ' three j years old; lot 204x100;
$1,500 cash; ta lance terms.
4703 North. 36th Ave., Immediate pos
session; 6 rooms; modern: nice location;
$1,500 cash; balance terms.
, M DEUEL & CO..
2405Ames Ave. CojTax 726.
6 ROOMS, HOT WATER
Very fine house, all modern, nice lot,
fruit and shade; paving paid; xnear 27th
and Bristol. Price 36,000; terms on
P. JrTEBBINS CO,
605 Omaha Nat. Bank. Phone D. 2182.
N M IN NIC LUSA.
An elegant bungalow of 5 room,s;
living room across entire front of house,'
with fireplace", large dining room, with
large buffet; every built-in feature In
kitchen; large full abasement,' cemented
with pressed brick foundation. .See this
a one at once. J'or appointment call Mr.
Tollver, Tyler 721.
' D , Tin,,, n,'. , ,
imvtr jinuo., iia. iveeiine Aiag.
A 7-ROOM . AND RLEEPTNQ PORCH
MODERN HOME fN MAPLE STREET,
, NEAR OULEVARJ). VERY DESIR
ABLE. PRICE ?5.750 ON EASY TERMS.
CALL MR. BROWNE. TYLKR 43181
I . INTER -STATE REALTY CO., -
2520 Farnam Street.
.For Sale By Owner ;
GOOD 7-ROOM HOUSE, ALL MOD
ERNS LARGE BASEMENT, ALSO
GARAGE; i;,C0O. 2025 NORTH 19TH
STREET. WEBSTER 4901. f
A FEW homes and lots for Bale in Park
wood Addition; as safe place for Invest
ment. Norris & Norrls, Douglas 4270.
FOR SALE By owner, 6-roora all mod
ern cottage, furnished or, uSifurnlshed,
with garage; corner lot. 3618 Boyd St.
4-ro.ra, new, modern bun
nBk v, I . I. 1 . .
i i-nii, i ntniito 'iiiuii Lilly,
Bee. Douklsa 200?
UINNE LUSA home and lots offer tb
best opportunity to Invest, your, money,
'-rtrone Tyler 187
i F.'VE ROOMS 2 LOTS -13.200.
NOW VACANT. '
1509 DOWN AND $31 PER MONTH.
R. V. CLARY CO., " v
2404-6 Ames Ave. Colfsx 175. )
6-room bungalow: Just whlrt you will
appreciate for a home: look ' it overt
location 7103 N. 24th St.! a district of
, all new homes.' Trice $6,600.
V i ' '
Anotiior one on 36th St., josthorth of
AmesAve.; vacant soon. Priced at
$3,100; better arrange to see this one
before you buy. Can show you by ap
MtAGUE INVESTMENT CO,
Doug. 1315.' 1506 DodgMtT
Evenings call Mr. Lnwler, Col- 2571.
TWO 8-R00M HOMES
Fine condition, all modern,- hot water
, i heat, $l,0oo down, balance tiasy terms,
$4,000 and.' $4,400. located WIS and
1614 Burdette stree t., street to be paved
this yeafty '
K ' 5723 FOWLER AVENUE.
Eight-room modern, hot water
Ofjner Jot. fine shade and fruit,
. $3,850'; easy ternis.
S. S. Ad R.-E.
" Raise Pittsburgh Teachers.
Pittsburgh,' April 20,-At an an
nual cost of $1,16?,S72, the salaries
of 2,562, tfcachers in the public
schools were increased by the board
f education. ,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
"SticriiicePrice y i
7 rooms, hot water heat, one block
to carline; 87th and Antps; large lot;
all modern; not new, but. one big snap
for $1,200. Owner leaving, city; $1,000
cush will handle now.
R. F. CLARY-CO.,
24IVI-6 Amef' Avn. - Colfax 175.
SOLD IN FLORENCE
i FOUR SOLD THIS WEEK.
TWO GOOD BAROA INS LEFT.
One 5-rooiu, all " modern, , oak finish,
. One 6-rooiiK beautiful home and full
ere, $4,760. ' , . , ,
ACT ON THIS QUICK.
R. FCLARY GO.v
2404-06 Ames Ave. Colfax 175.
yflne 6-Room Stucco 1
On ioQge near 43d; all Improvements
rlald. Your opportunity to nave $il,B00
on present building cost. Offered for
$8,500; $4,500 e.ish' will handle.
R. F. CLARY CO.,
2404-06 Ames Ave. ?."LJil;
Worth While, Grand Ave.,
Snap , .
Seven rooms, all modern; larpe south
front lot: slnrte: brautiful location:
-will sell quick 'for $i,200; $1,000, exsh
R. F. CLARY CO.,
2104-06 Ames Ave. Colfax 175. '
Two t dandy, almost new; both, In
walking distance from 24th and Ames.
$5,XQ erh. Ono can bo bought with
$1,800 caslft. down. The other will re
CiUire more cash down.
. These cannot bo du'dicn.ted for $8,000.
R. F. CLARY-CO.,
2404-06 Amps .Ave. Colfax 175.
. PRICE ONLY $8,300
Splendidly well, built, two-story square
house; oak fniah nnd strictly modern In
every respect; garage; lot 0x140; two
blocks to park, car and school, West
. Side. Shown only by appointment..
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
430 Bee Ulrlg.
NEARLY NEW STUCCO BUNGALOW?
Five rooms and bath (living room
about 12x20), all handsomely decorated:
60xl40-foot lot; juved 'street; located
south .of Vinton on beautiful 18th
street. An exceptionally big bargain at
$5,000; about $1,600 cash.
RASP BROS., 212 Kce'lne Bldg-. Tyler 721.
A lovely home of 10 moms, a half
block from car, two ilocks from tho
park and has a lovely big lot fttcing
east. Arrangement is fine, tile vesti-
bule, big roomy living room, den and
v the, dining room Is great. Ail bedrooms
upstairs and third floor has 3 rooms
and bath. Throe-car garage with ce
ment drive. This won't last long at
$7,500. Terms of $if00.or let's have your
SHOPEN & CO.
Douglas 4228. Keeline 31dg.
f-R. MOD., near' Manscom Park, $4,500;
good terms and immediate possession
- 8-R. Mod., choice located; $7,000.
6- R. Mod., Hanscom P.irk; 6.R00.
7- P... New Home Cathedral Dlst.;
CONBOY & GREENE,
600 Peters Trust Bldg.
Doutr. 3H41. .Webster 0166.
Buy Improved Acres
- "We offer you a dandy choice, good
homs and fertile ground, from $3,000
to $5,500. These are snapsT Owners
leaving for east. .Don't delay; $1,000
cash down on either.
R. F. CLARY CO.,
2404-00 Ames Ave.
33d and Woolwbrth
Seven rooms, all modern; lot BOxlSO;
nil specials, Including orwfimontal s'treot
lights, paid in full; $5,H00 will buy this,
with $2,500 cnh clown.
R. F. CLARY CO.,
2404-00 .Ames Ave. "rolfnx 115.
. NW 5-R00M
$500 DOWN; BALANCE
Strictly modern bungalow; firsf
"clas9 in every detail can be bought
on above terms; good neighbor
hood Call Douglas 7412 days or
Walnut S432 evenings; ask for Mr.
"A neat 5-rcom house with 4 largm,lots.
yard fenced an Ideal little piece of
acreage right In town, asking $700
down. (Might tako considerable less.)
Easy monthlv payments. .'
Amos Grant Company, '
334-6-S TirnndsiR Theater Bldg.' Doug. -33S0
BIRKETT & CO. SSfi"
and insures. 250 Bee Bldg. DougUs 633.
'REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTSr
- AMERICAN SECURITY CoV
N. W. Cor. lSth nd Dodge. Doug. E013.
213 'City Natl. Batik fitdg.
f" .-. f -i
Now is the time to order your
awnings and porch curtains. Do not',
wait unfil.lhe sun has faded your
UraperiesVand rugs Protect them
with awnings made by
AMERICAN TENT &
, we Furnish designs an
4Cth 4nd Farnam St. '
TL Harney 5022
; J. S. OPDAHL, Mgr.
Four Men In Auto V
Viblims of 'Accident
' When Car Overturns
s ;, - - -.'X;..
. Four men riding eat on Missouri
avenue iu an autoniobile wer vic
tims jof -an accident, late .Monday
night when their car overturned at
the corner of South "Thirteenth ave
nue. ''. ' '
M. F. McCabe, 2917 Dorcas street,
driver of ' the machine, suffered a
sprained, back and numerous cuts
and bruises. He was attended by
police surgeons of South Sidesta
tion, booked for intoxication,, and
taken to his home.
His ; three companion's, O. II.
Hhnihcfl, 1816 Chicago streetTom
W. Marrow, 3609 Charles street, and
E. F. Farnam, 1506 Colbysstreet,
were arrested and charged with in
toxication. Their case was coittin
ued until this morning.
Ask Federal Inspection
At Higgins Packing Plant
According to" John W.. Pepper-dine,-
new general manager of thq
Higgins Packing plant, an applica
tion has been filed with the govern
ment asking that federal inspection
he installed at tlfc plant to go into ef
fect May 1.
Manager Pepperdine says the
Higgins Nompany will endeavor to
broaden its territory for distribution
of its output by opening a number of
branch houses and refrigerator lines
in a number of states contiguous to
1 Says Biizzard Worst Ever
Word was received Wclnesdajr
from Bruc'e McCulloch, editor of the
local Stock Yards Journal, that he
was stormbound at Bushtiell, Neb.,'
and would be unable to' return to
Omaha until rail routes were cleared
and passenger traffic resumed. Mr.
McCulloch said the storm in westr
ern Nebraska was the worst known
in the hjstory of the state since 1873
and that the storm caused several
thousand dollars' worth of losses
to stock raisers. ' .
Given 60 Days for r "
Insult to Waitress
Police Judge Fitzgerald yesterday
sentenced 'Louis Kenienas, 5049
South : Twenty-fourth street, to 60
days in jail for his part in a fight
growing out of alleged insults to a
waitress in a South Side restaurant
Monday night. ,
Joseph Zuger, 2815 R street, a re
cently discharged soldier, who came
to blows with Remenas after de
manding the datter apologize to the
waitress, was discharged by the
Money Missing From Pocket .
Of Dead Man, Charge Made
O. F. $cully, ' .1121 Turrfer boule
vard, son of A. J. Scully, who was
instantly killed Saturday night
when struck ff an automobile at!
Thirty-first and' Farnam streets, re
ported to police yesterday that his
father had 'between $25 and $50 ! in
cash in his pockets at the time' of
tti'j accident. ' TheNjiioney w"as miss
ing vhen the body was taken home,
12-Year-0ld Lad Found
Rififng Grocer's Till
Lawrcuce Griggs, 12" j-ears old,
2520 Q street, was turned over to
juvenile authorities yesterday as in
corrigible. John Bighlia, grocer,
charged he cattcbt the Vy Monday
night rifling tlur cash drawer of his
.store at 5131 South , Twenty-sixtli
street. The lad is 6 feet tall and has
the appearance of a man of 30.
Take' Badge Off Patrolman
Found Drunk or Beat
Patrolman Philip Crosby, 3821 X
street, was stripped of his badge
Monday night by Acting Captain
Phillip Wentz of-, the "(South 'Side
police, wno reported he found Cros
by intoxicated at Twenty-eighth and
Q streets. Police Chief Ebtrstein
will fake final action in the casa
South Side Brevities
Wanted to buy a trunk. , Call So. S53S.
"Fo'dnd Bunch of keys betVcen O 'and
P strieta-on 41st aVonuo. Tel. 4574.
tlood wheaf hcreenlnps for chlcken"Yeed,
$2.75 a sack. Call A. L. fcerunuist, )x Son.
Beuth 62.. I
Vote for .T. P. tTvkk, 21 years In South
Omaha, (rom packlnff bouse boy to- busi
ness man and lawyer. Now republican
candidate for - police magistrate. (
T wish to thank our many friends and
also- the employes 'oj tho Leon Brothers
company, casing workers of Armour & Co'.,
Amerlcien Tent and ,-AwnIng conyiany,
T'nltcd Slates Rubber compsny and mem
bers of Degree of Honor So. 2, - for the
kindness end sympathy extended and toy
the beautiful floral offerings at tho time
of . our sad bereavement in the death of
our wltn and mother. Mm. N. Bliumncy.
M. Khumnoy Mrs. W. tv Curran, John,
Opal, Kilecn and Frank O'Connqr.
A London railroad terminal in
Ahich accidents have happened be
cause trains cofcld not be stopped in
time has been' equipped with hy
draulic buffer-'. , ,' , ' -,
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( Continued from Page 10.)
fore one of the. largest crowds that
ever turned out to a base ball game,
by a score "of 14 to 11. The Wichi
tas played fine ball in-the field and
hit at opportune tinies", whilufcthe
Boosters made a tofal of eight er
rors, all of which counted in the
sc&re. Berger's hitting and fielding
was sensational.. "
The score.; ...
, . WICHITA.
! - . AB.H.O.
Mnrr. If 5 0 1
Smith, eft. 6
W'slib'n, 2b 4
3 3 0
S. 2 3
I 2 1ft
rti A V
i DEd MOINES.
A, J AB.H.O.A.
fi H ol'cher, ss 4 0 2 1
2 li French. Sb
1 Sl.Mllan, If
1 10 1 Hustk. lb
6 2 0 2Rreen, rf
4 4 t 4IOoffev. 2b
6 3 0 .OiMagulra, cf 6 1
4 1 10 3Lomr, c 3 1
4 3 0 f'lAndorsoil, c 3 12
30 liMers, p 2 3
; ;MocKoiew,p. l i
Total 41 17 27 llUJi essant p i 5
- , ; I Totals $7 15 24 8
D(S Moines ,..,.....1 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 311
WUiita .....0 ItHIM X 14
, Two base hits: Men, Bergrer, East,
Breon, Buckolew. Throe bass hit: Butler.
Home ruiv 'Washburn. Sacrifice hits:
Hollochcr, Washburn (2), Hasbrook. - Left
on bases: Dcs Moines, 7; Wichita, ll'
Hits; Off East. 10 In 6 1-3 innings; off
Mor, 11 in 6 1-3 InnlnRs; oft Buckolow,
1 In 2-3 inninBS. Struck out: By East,
2; 'by Gregory, G; by Mera, 3. , Bases on
balls: Off East. 6: off Mens, 4. Hit by
pitched ball: By East (French). . Runs:
Wichita, Smith, Washburn (2), Beck, But
ler (aTP-Berger iu), Coy, Yaryan; Dos
Moines, French (2), Milan (2), Hasbrook
(3), Brecn 2). Lonp, Mera and Buckolew.
Errors: Wichita, Washburn; Des Moines,
Hollochcr (5). French', Mafjulre, Anderson.
Umpires: Daley and Llpe. Time: 2:20.
Keileher and Conroy Ard
Put Out of Ga'me in Second
OUlnhoma City, Okla., April 20. Nearly
five thousand poople saw St. Joseph t;e
Ihe opening game from Oklahoma City to
day, 7 to 5. Manager Keileher and Second
Kaseman Conroy were put out of the same
for disputing a decision in thoxsocjond lu
ldnff. St. JOSEPH. I OKL,. CfTY.
1 OlPItt, Tf 4
1 1 Tiuffh.es, ss 4
0 1 Lind're, 3b 4
0 IjDonnelly.lh 4 J. 12
2 OlOrlKirs. If
3 OUfriffin. cf
2. Salisbury, p - 1
30 927 18
3 0 1
4 2 It
4 3 7
Williams, p 3 0 0
Totals 34 11 27 Kl 1
xB.itt.ed for Salisbury in
xpatted for Salisburft in ninth.
St. ' .Tcseph 00 3 1 1 0 0 0 2 7
Aklahema . City. 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 !J-r5
Two base hltsi: Clroth, Huprhcs. Griffith.
Three base hits: Pitts, Shestak. Home run:
Oroth. Sacrifice hits: Williams. Covington."
Stolen bases: Doimolly, Griffith. Earned
runs: Off Covinc:t7n, 4 In three and one
third innlnps: off Salisbury. 8 In five and
two-thirds innings.-Hits: Off , Covington.
6; off Salisbury, 5. Base on balls: Off
Covington. 2: off Salisbury, 2; off Wil
liams, 6. Strbek out: By Covington, 3; by
Salisbury, 4; by Williams, 6. Double plavs:
Cnlq, Hushes and Donnellv; Groth a"nd
Allon. Lett on basol -Oklahama Citv. 9;
St.. Joseph, 1. Runs: St. Joseph. Bon
newltz, Crosby (2), Groth (2), Shestak
(2); pklahoma City, Titt (2, HuKhes1,
Ramsey, Griffith. Errors, St. Joseph,
Bonnewits. Keileher. fKrby; Oklahoma
City, Oriftgs. Umpires: Jacobson and
Lau2. Time: 1:45.
American Association. -
Kansas City, Mo., April 20. R.H.E.
fj- Paul ...713 0
Kansas City ; o 4 1
Batteries: Overlook and Hargrave;
Horstman, Bcedle, Johnson and Sweeney.
Inlianapolis, April 20. Columbus-Indianapolis
Louisville, April 20. Toledo-Louisville
postponed; wet grounds.
Milwaukee, April 20. Minneapolis-Milwaukee
postponed; wet grounds. t
St gnding, of the Teams
, W. L. Pct.l W.
Omaha ..1 0 l.OOOlTulsa ... .0
Siouic City 1 0 1. 0Q1-s Molnes.O
Wichita... 1 0 l.TOOIJoplin 6
St. Joe....l 0 1.000Okl. City..O
. W. L. Pet. v ' W.
Mlltslgh ,4 1 .8()0jp'dolphla ' 2
Brooklyn !4 1 .80(T)noston ...3
Cincinnati 3 1 . ,75o:.'ew York.l
St. Louis, 3" 3 .SOOiChicago ..1
W. L. Pct.l W.
.5 0 1 .OOOIWasVton
Chimgo-. .2 0 1.000'P'deIphia .1
Cleveland 4, 1 .8T0'Ne York.l
St Louis. 1 1 .500Detrolt ...L
Base Ball Notes
wiui.-ciKJ,; M'm y:). ine ienat
il,.,;.. ,n.J.. ti, Cl f-,
i a. mite Miu5u udii piayt
their roster. Thev are Shanks.
and Schacht. The latter is a
hurler. ; .
. Gr,easy J'eals, Redoutfielder,
"- t's-n-i v.vuv "uiuip uas a
brothef who also sports a"
t n TI It l ,.-. r
iiaimic. jney can mm. vviody.
He's playing ball at West Virginia
Pitcher Higgins, opening name
unknown, is the first hurler to come,
through with a no-hit game for the
1920 season. Pitching for Atlanta,
he blanked Chattanooga in the open
ing game of the Southern associa
tion, 5 to 0. ' I .
Catcher Yclle and Infielder Siglin
of the Tigers have been released.
Yclle goes to Frisco and Siglin to
Portland. . -
Bcrnie Neis, the midgef. outfielder
with the Dodgers,, is one of those
fellows who can hit from cither side
of the plate. Brooklyn fans like him.
The wounded soldiers of Fort
Sheridan were ntertaincd by the
local colony of boxers last night.
Jack Coyne, Paul Burke and several
otlier local boxers made the trio to
the army post.
Husker Practice Delayed.
Lincoln, Neb., April 20. (Spe
cial.) Nebraska university trac
practice in preparation Tor'' the
Drake relays has been delayed a
good'' deal on account of rain'. Coach
Schu'te intends to take four teams,
four-mile, mile, half-mile and quarter-mile
to Des Moines for the
Drake clasMC - In Krelzlcr, Dorn
Only One Charge Against Navy ,
Could Be Considered Grave,
Assistant Chief of Op- r
- - crations Sys.
. .,. . '. ;
-Washington, April 20. Rear1 Ad--miral
Sims "strained a point to make
a case against the navy ' when he
diarged that its failure to co-operate
fully with 'the allies' during the first
few morithsof Atherican paYticipita
lion in the war postponed1 victory.' -four
-months, Captain Pratt, wartime ,
assistant chief of 'operations, de
clared before the senate committee
investigating the Sims-Dapiels row.
- Pratt said only 'one charge made
by Sims ccmld. properly be consid
ered grave. That, lie said, Was the .
assertion that "failure of the navy
to throw its full weight into the -struggle
from the start ecst $1S,
000.000,000 and 5(10,000 lives.
Praw told the coiuniittee that dur- -ing
the early part of the war only
nine or ten anti-submarine craft" '
were kepi at home to protect the
Atlantic coast, whije during the same
period the British aifmirality kept .
Ill destroers with the grand fleet"
and entirely- out of antisubmarine
operations. , ' (
Sims was under a "misconception '
of his poitwn when he compared
his jdiities with " thdse .of General , :
Per,hing," Pratt continued. The ad-;
miral wasnot an independent com
mander-in-chief, he said, but the
representative in London of the chief .
of operations. r , - ' --. " -
Some of the factors that caused
delays and1 mistakes that might b
avoided in tuture wars, the captain
declared, were lack of material prep- ,
aratiori of adequate supplies and re-
pair bases, of sufficient personnel -r
afid training facilities,xand of mod
ern methtnls of organization and ad;
ministration. : . ,
-"I ask you to consider file navy
of Aprils 1817, then the navy of
November,- 1918, and finally the
navy -of today," the i witness -said.
"With N men leaving the service in
droves and ships lying Idle at the'
navy yards, your navy of today is .
bitt a battered hulk ofwhat it was
on Amistice day. VVere war to be ;
declared today would it , be trfe
navy's fault that we were' not in
stantly prepared?" ' i
Ctlll uiui uvuuuv. u, VX , I
milers who with the support of a '
tourtn man snouia represent .Ne
braska creditably in the four-mile
event. ,-. ,. ' ' ,
With the Pugs
Chicago, April 20. Tom Bigger, '
chairman, of ihe Michigan boxing . ,
commission, says a big army match
is urUler wayfdV May 3 at' Detroit ;
betw'en . Bob Martin and. Ted ' '
Jamieson. This bout, if made, 11)""""" "
test the real fighting ability of ,1h '
A. E. F. champion.
Willie Green, who was slated foi
a tussle with Teddy Murphy at Mari- r
nctte, Wis., April 30, had to post
pone the contest on account of i
match at Streator, April 27, which
would make it impossible for him to , !
fill both dates. Theres a ruling in !
Wisconsin that a boxer can not en
gage in a contest six days before a
match that takes place kT any part
of the Badger state. ' " '
Johnny Ritchie will take on Mik " ''
Dundee in the final bout in a card '
arranged" by John Wagner for th :
first show o( Jhe season at Mari
nettej WTis., April 30. ,
, Six Teauas Apply.
Six teams last night applied fol -.
franchise in the' Church Base Call . v
league for the 1920 season. Th'ej :
are the Pearl 'Memorials, first and '
second team, Grace Lutheran, Hirsi '.
Memorial, First, M. E. and th4'Y"
Dormitory. Two more franchises. re
main open. -
Peters Throws Smith. .
Charley Peters, the wtestlina -sheriff
of Papillion, ' Neh., threw .
Pleasant Smith two falls in 21 and :
16 minutes, . respectively,; at Thcr - " '
mopofjs, Wyo., Saturday night. ' .
Hockey Teanv Arrive a. ' "
Antwerp, April 20. America' '
hoakey team, which is entered in ' ',
the first big events of the Olympic
.games to be held here this spring -and
summer, arrived Tuesday. , "
Hockey Team Arrives.
.Antwerp, . April -19. America's
hockey team, which 'is entered in the
first big events, of the Olympic '
games to be" held here' this spring ; :
and summer arrived Tuesday. ! -.' ' .
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Pioneer Woman, 90 Years
Old, Dies at Jewish Home
Mrs. Lizzie Levin,' 90 ; yearsi bid,
who has been living at the Tewish '
Old Peoples' home, .2504 'Charles ,
street, died at the home last night.
Mrs. Lej'in has been a resident, of
Omaha Jor 28 years. . - '
She issurvivl by two sons, Ap
nold Levin, 2051 North nineteenth -street,
and Israel Levin of Chicago." v
111. The funeral service will be held, V".
at the Old Peoples' home this after- v
hoon at 2:30. j Burial will be in Fish
er rpinplnrv '
Negro Woman Arrested for.
Stabbing AnotBer in Back'
Amy" Grimes, 6024 South "Twenty-sixth,
had" an altercation with
Mrs. Douglas Thomas, 2615 1 street, .
Tuesday afternoon. She was taken
to 4hey South Side jail by the" po
lice on a charge of having stabbed ,';
Mrs. Thomaj- twice iu the back with
a penknife. Both Wothen are nc- '
grccs. - ' . -
Estate bf Oil Ulagnate
; Valued at $12,383,980 '
St. Louis, April 20. The total
value of the estate of John.T.
Milliken, oil magnate, who died in
January, 1919, was $12,3S8,980, ac
cording to a first settlement, filed
in probate court here Ttfesday,
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