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1HE BEE! OMAHA. TUESDAY. MAY 2&, VJW
EFFORT MADE TO
Drawn for The Bee by Sidney Smith
CARP CAVIAR CLOSES AT 61
DRIVE It YOURSELF
Failure to Provide Chart of
Freight Rates Cheoks Prog
By E. C. SNYDER.
Kperlnl Correspondent. Omaha Bee.
Washington. May 24. (Special
Telegram.) At the request of E.
Buckingham, president of The Ak-Sar-Ben
Exposition company. Con
gressman Jefferis had a conference
today with officials of the Interstate
Commerce commission with a view
of having .the commission promul
gate rates on freight to the exposi
The Chicago & Northwestern rail
way has built a sour track into the
Vr ISN'T ONE OP THOSE B-V BY NIGHT THIN6S
M 6Q1N6 TO fcDE OH HS
k RENT A NEW FORD-PRIVE
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WHERE JUtY i-uf n U ,LT. c?--, ,
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sSSl ATnE-MT SKT ONE OF" fHOSE OIL.
WElS WhRE YOU TAKE. A SHOVEL AND A
' N,t-r TV4P SOO AND
THE MOST ECONOMICAL AUTO
MOBILINCJ; CHEAPER THAN OWN
ISO A OAR. NEW. At CONDITION.
KBLF-STARTERS. OPEN DAT AND
MOHT THE tit DATS.
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WASN'T SO FAR.
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MANS PROPOSTort ni la r w
1111 FORD iedan, starter and lights. Fn
eellent condition,. Call D. 8288 or D.
sreic. invtis iwK-j
THE. NATVOH'S APPEnzE(2.
" FORDS, BUICKS, DODOES.
2r and used can: cash' or time.
Ford bodies, commercial bodla.
OOLDSTRUM AUTO SALES CO..
1111 Harney St. Tyler 714.
Open Day and Night.
AN AUTO BARGAIN
OWNER will aell hie "Wlllye-Sllent
Knight" motor. flve-pessenger touring
auto. If you have been looking for a
food opportunity, now is your chance.
Residence U North 40th street. Phone
1929 8TUTZ aeven passenger touring car,
driven less than 3,000 mllei. This tar
ta in perfect mochanlcal condition and
. looks like new. List price, 13,850; will
ell for 12,750. Call Douglaa 306 J
WILL trade my 1920 model Oakland
4-door aedan. driven only 8,000 mile,
for good city lot in Omaha and caah
difference. Box Q-74, Omaha Bee.
SOMB bargains In uaed Ford cars. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy ford
Service Station, 16th and Jackson. Doug
1918 FORD seuan. starter and lights, ex
cellent condition. Call Doug. 6216 or
Doug. 3982 Sunday. .
THE DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANT.
2520 Farnam et.
At'TO CLEARING HOUSE,
KXCEPTIONAL USED CARS.
r'i t" I i un u i. , I h 1 a eiv
MARSH OAKLAND CO.,
j;iti farnam ot.
WE HAVE 60 good used cara to select
from. All prices.
MEEKS AUTO CO.. 2028 Farnam.
R"eO, 1918, 7-paaaenger, 6-cylinder, fine
ahape, $550 for quick sale. Walnut
4MJ. flvenmga, iona v.
WANTED For apot caah, 100 used cara,
quick action; ro delay. Auto Exchange
Co.. rarna.u pi. t-uug. w.-oo
FOR TERMS ON USED CARS
Look for thf -i-d, seal on windshield.
FORD touring ..--. good condition, new
tires: "uat be b:d. by Thursday. Room
:43. Tyler 1313.
MUST aell my Ford touring car, nearly
new, with aelf-starter. Sea it at 181
1919 Oakland, brand new top. Juat over
hauled, bargain. Walnut 4743 or Evga..
(Jo I rax J3SU.
1917 FORD roadstor In fine condition.
Bargain for soma one. Cash or time.
Colfax 1488. .
. LEAVING city, will sacrifice Chandler
sedan, and Studehaker six, good as new.
Valnut1083. J . .
J-a"ssENOER family car; Jeffry four,
in first class condition. Priced for quick
anle. Harney 5496.
1918 DODGE touring, good tires, good me- L
WANTED to buy old tlrt?H. 8. & A. Tlra
and Rubbor Co., 2523 Farnam St
BRAND new Ford sedan, starter.
inountablo rims, wepster t.ai.
FORD speedster for safe, 8276 cash. Call
J iflt ..moo v.mm..
FORD SEDA"N, A-l condition; lots of e
traa. Phone Harney 8338.
19;7 FORD touring, a real bargain, fine
condition. Harney 2790.
FOR SALE 1919 Dodge Roadster. Dealers
mil Smith 1349.
D 6834. 1st Class conqiuun,
1919 BUICK touring car, perfect condition.
. . . . . . i. . ikbC
1917 PAIGE touring; beat of condition.
Webster 6130. i
191 CHANDLER, chummy roadster. Call
Repairing and Painting.
RADIATOR CORES INSTALLED.
Manufactured In Omaha, 24-tour serv
Ira for auto, truck and tractor. Expert
'.radiator and fender repairing; body
dents removed; new Coders made.
OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR MFG. CO..
1819 Cuming St. .Tyler 917.
Tires and supplies
i ,.m.-o OTDTPTT.V TTTPSTR
30x8 75 30x3 312.7S
.tliSU . 17 35 - 32x4 20.50
SHIPPED SUBJECT TO EXAMINATION.
- . STANDARD TIRE CO..
410 North lth St. Douglas 3830.
USED TIRES. . -
30x1, 15.00; 0x3. 16.00. '
All siiea In proportion. Look over
our rebuliti. Open Sundays. Tyler 3988.
908 N. 16lh St. pystone Tlra Shop.
AUTO electrical repairs; service ftatlon
. for Hayfleld carburetor and Columbia
."rage batteries, Edwards. 2t)l N. 19th.
N E W R EPUBLeC TIRES CHEAP.
S0X3V, FISK $12.95 I 34x4. .... .331.95
a-i 9.95 I 36x4 26. 95
KAIMAn'tIRE JOBBERS. 1722 CUMING.
ONE t H. P. A. C. MOTOR with bat
fry charging generator; also Marvel
cylinder reborlng machine-. For quiet
, sale see Carl A. Anderson, the magneto
man. ipio jwub.
Mnrorcvcles and Bicycles.
HA RLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargalna In used machlnea; send for list.
Victor H. Rooa, 27th and Leavenworth.
Fine 160-Acre Farm
Threa mflea railroad town; 30 acrea
blue grass. 80 acres corn; good improve
ments; well and windmill; county high
way Prlca 8110 per aere. Possession
any time. Caslda. Clark and Spanglor
Lana CO.. uttawa. nan,
WRITE us for prices and terms on lands
in Thomas county. Kansas. Felton &
West, 307 Crounse hiock.
20 acres well Improved, large orchard,
ood water, close to school and town.
83.000; 1500 will handle. Hop on cars,
come to see It. Owner. Wellman jArthur,
A, .l. VI.1. KlQ.
In Spite of Everything
Good Corn and Alfalfa
Land Is Gain? Higher.
Why? Because at Is the
Safest Investment Known
Invest now In this money making little
Tanch of 520 acres, located 1 mile south
of Gandv, the county scat of Logan
county. Neb. About 300 acres under plow,
balance 'the very best of pasture. Soil
' gocd black loam with clay sub-soil; farm
land Ues level to gently rolling. Im
provements: Good story and half, 9-room
house with basement; good ham for 16
horses; mow for 15 tons of hay; hen
house, garage with cement floor; all
, fenced nd cross-fenced; good well and
windmill. Price $67.60 per acre, $5,000
rash, $10,000 January 1, 1921, balance
good toms. Here is ihe place that will
' anpeal to the man who hps children to
educate as Candy has one of, the best
high achools in Nebraska. See M. A.
Larson, Central City, Neb. '
Northeast corner Box Butte County,
15 per cent best of farm land, Rose
bud s!lt loam soil, a anap at $25 an
S. S. and R. E.
213 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
. 195-acre Platte valley farm: black,
andy loam; well Improved; 8-R house;
large barn, corncrib, cattle and hog
sheds, etc.; 14 miles to market, 18
miles tn Omaha. Price $185 per acre.
Phnne Tvler J022 or write
STEEL REAL ESTATE INV. CO.,
211 Davidge Block.. Omaha.
FOR quick sale, prices at $145 per acre,
480 acres, well Improved, 7 miles north
east of Spalding, .Neb., land la rolling,
the very best corn and alfalfa soil. Will
take In well located Omaha horn up
WRITE. PHONE O RWIRB A. J. LEUT
HAU8ER. WISNER, NEB.
FOR SALE Choice half eectloa Improved
Duel county. Neb., land located in the
heart of the wheat belt, five miles from
town; must sacrifice because of III
health. Buyer will receive owner'a share
f t hli year's crop. T-1131. Bee.
SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA weUimproved
(0-acra corn farm; black soil: no rock:
small pasture with spring water; $1,000
down. Charles RotflUU owner, Vesta,
."eb. ...... , .
CORN AND ALFALFA FARMS,
IMPROVED. IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA,
at th right price. Write for list.
Central City. Neprasha. (
160 ACBES raw wheat land. 13 miles
south of Blx, Kimball county, Neb.,
aoutheast quarter aectlon 3, township 12,
ranfte 64; $6,200. half cash. Fred C.
Taylor. 601 Securltlea Bldg., Omaha,
For Neb. Farma and Ranches see
Qraham-Fetera Realty Co..
H9 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.. Omaha
A. A. PAT'Z.MAN. Farma. 301 Karbach Blk.
New Mexico Lands.
WRITE FOR free Illustrated booklet de
scribing; agricultural and business; op
portunities in hortnenstern New Mexico.
Productive soil, healtful climate, alti
tude 6,200 feet. Rrowlng towns, excellent
for farming and atock raising. We have
no lands for Male but are interested in
the development of this territory. Ad
dreiw Earle O. Reed, Agricultural A Kent,
R. 212. Railway Exchange Bldg., Den
ver, Colo. ,
40 ACRES 3400.00 Prospective oil, gas,
asphalt, mineral, timber and grazing
land in Southeastern Oklahoma, near
railroads, towns and roads. Absolutely
clear titles; bonded abstract. No
reservations; limited acreage; part cash,
balance monthly. Referenoe, any bank.
M. E. Williams. McAlester, Okla;
South Dakota Lands.
Tripp Co. South Dak.
1. 480 acres, well Improved, 14V4 miles
. from town.
2. Five good separate prairie Quar
ters from 7 to 16 miles out. Can ar
range terms or take some secured pa
per. Liberty bonds, or other good se
curity as part payment. N Might con
sider weil located - Omaha city real
estate. Box 463, Winner. S. D.
FOR SALE 166 acres at 3160 per acre.
25 acrea In townslte half mile from con
solidated school, store and elevator;
In Kingsbury county, S..D. 13.000 will
handle same. F. Jaehn, Huron, S. D.
BARGAINS In stock ranches and Irrigated
farms. Write E. S. Hartwell. Newell. 8. D.
220 ACRES deeded, 240 leased; all under
ditch; 150 cultivated, 100 In alfalfa; fine
stock ranch, outside nange; good Im
provements. Address owner, J. D. Wil
liams. Crowheart. Wyo.
FOR Information in regards to Wyoming
land, ranches and irrigated land, write
Gordon G. . Johnstone, Box 61, Doug
F.RMS for sale or exchange. Over 100
large and small, in Illinois, Missouri and
Arkanraa. Write Forman. No. 817 In
ternational Life Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.,
for free list.
WILL sacrifice choice quarter South Da
kota land, will consider a now model
car or lots In good location. Douglas
1082. Write 2012 No. lst St.
Real Estate Loans.
FARM and city loans.
E. H. LOUOBE, INC..
628 Keellne Bldg.
CITY AND FARM LOANS. 6 PER CENT.
, DUMONT & CO..
416-418 Keellne Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST. NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO., ,
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2716.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lcwest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashock. 1614 Dodge. D. 6619. Es. 894
J 10" to $10,000 made promptly.
F. t. UEAD, Wead Bldg., 310 S. 18th 8t.
SHOPE & COMPANY. Doug. 4228.
PROMPT service, reasonable ratea, private
money. Garvin Bros., 345 Omaha Nat.
D. E. BUCK. Loans. 442 Omaha Nat.
Stocks and Bonds.
FOR SALE Two quarter-acre tracts In
the Gulf Coast Development company.
Subdivision tracts were withdrawn
from the market at $500.' Make me an
offer. P. O. Box 1196. Omaha. Neb.
WANTED A loan on new garage build,
inr on main street in. town; value $11,
(100: want 86.000 to complete. W lve
Address, Box f647.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
i v jr. innuirtRa far .rood homes in good
locations. Do you want to sell your
DronertvT List It with C. A. Grim-
met, 849 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
TOU WANT TO SELL THAT HOUSEI
Want quick action? Just try us.
Csll Tyler 496.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.. 430 Bee Bldg.
FOR quick and satisfactory results In
selling Omaha property call on
Schroeder Investment Co.
538 Railway Exchange.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Eatate sea
FOWLER & M'DONALD,
1120 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug, uzb.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
?4 Patterson Blk. Doug. 3558.
WK H4AVE cash buyers for cottages and
bungalows nicely located. Shrlver,
1047-9 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 163$.
WANT to buy from owner 6 to 7 room
' modern or part modern house, on pay
ments, lor COlorea. wqpaier
E. G. SOLOMON
Sir Karbach Blk.
WE have purchasers for 5, 6 and 7-room
houses, can wainui iii..
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
WALSH-ELMER CO., Realtors. Real
Estate. Investments, Insurance, Ren
tals. Tyler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
FIVE-ROOM new modern bungalow and
garage. Oak floors and finish, built
in features. Might exchange for vacant;
prefer close in, or old house close , ls
Owner. Colfax 3104-3029 Pratt St.
BEAUTIFUL large hill tract lots in best
f rvuinHi Bluffs. What have you
- to trade. Carl Changstrom. 2020 Far
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
THE BEST BUY IN BENSON. $4,800.
Glen Park Addition. New houae.
Five rooms and bath, Jiving room and
dining room in oak, built-in bookcases.
Two large bedrooms, oak loors. kitchen
In white enamel, bulltin cabinet, large
garden and fruit trees. Call Walnut
2153 for terms.
MOVE IN TOMORROW
Dundee Home for $7,800
Six rooms, besides sun rooni and
ctvi'nr rnnm. full two-Story : f ullv
r- modern .and in good condition;
nicely deccratea; wnue enamei
finish; full lot, handy to caiyline;
paving all paid. Arrange to sec
this house at "once; it must be
GLOVER & SPAIN
Douglas 2850. 918-i0 City Nat. Bk.
JUST BEING COMPLETED.
Large J-story Kellastone residence: large
living room, dining room, sunroom. fin
ished In oak, and white enameled kitch
en on first floor; 3 bedrooms, bath,
closed-ln sleeping porch on second;
built-in bathtub; white enameled finish
with mahogany doors; oak floors
throughout; maid's room and bath on
third floor; hot water heat; plastered
basement; double garage; full cement
drive; on paved street; block to car;
can give immediate possession; must bo
sen to be appreciated. Price only
$17,000; about 18.000 cash, balance on
terms. Phone Walnut 2R12.
Six rooms, besides sun room and
sewing room; full two-story. Fully
modern and in good condition;
nicely decorated; white enamel
finish. Full lot, handy to car line,
paving all paid. Arrange to see
this house at once; it must fie sold.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 2850. 918-20 City Nat. Bkr
DUNDEE home for sale by owner; hot
water heat; oak floors. Phone Walnut
C. L. NET HAW AT for suburban prop
erty. Florence Station, Omaha, Neb.
VACANT and for sale. A nice home or
can have an income along with the
home. It Is a 9-room, all modern house
and a double garage with two house
keeping rooms in it, all In splendid con
dition and new decorations. Tel. Harney
:ill4 or South 2128.
HOUSE and lot for sale. 4622 South 31st.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
NEAR DUNDEE AND FARNAM CAR.
Brand new stucco bungalow, built by
day labor, using the best grade of mate
rials; f.Irlshed in oak, with 1014-in. face
by 13-16 oak flooring throughout house;
bedrooms, bath and kitchen finished in
white' enamel; rooms all artistically dec
orated; living room 12x18 ft.; number of
. special features; full baaement stairs to
2d floor; high-grade fixtures; screens,
-window shades, water meter; In fact, a
complete home; lot 60x130 ft.; paving
paid. Price $6,500; $1,500 less than it
should sell for.
RASP BROS.. REALTORS,
110-12-14 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
Two-story frame and stucco
residence in Dundee. Large liv
ing room, fireplace, dining room,
kitchen first floor; three bed
rooms, bath second floor. On
paved street. Press brick founda
tion. Only $11,000, "part cash,
balance easy payments. Walnut
4125 CORBY ST.
5 rooms, reception hall and bath;
strictly modern; close to car and school;
60-ft. lot; fujl basement; brick founda
tion; A-l plumbing; guaranteed furnace;
located wightt built right; priced right;
easy terms. 1 '
A. R. KELLHii,
609 Paxton Block.
Five nice rooms and bath, all on one
floor; oak finish, bookcases, buffet, sun
room with French doors; large full
basement; splendid attic, floored; seven
windows: snap at $6,300.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
430 Bee Bldg.
A Real Bargain
Bearutttul Montclalr home. 2-story, 7
room, atucco, V block to car line, south
front; all large rooms; fireplace in
living room; oak finish downstairs,
white enamel upstairs; oak , floors
throughout; must be seen to be, appre
ciated. Price $11,500; can arrange terms.
rnone wainui oi
""Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
651 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 4889.
v .a c 4 ,f
Fontenella Aptf., Seotttbluff, Neb.
GOOD PAYING INVESTMENT
Strictly first class, new apartment building, pressed buff brick, finished in oak and harwood
floors. On corner lot in- finest residence district. 12 apartments, all leased by yearpresent
rental easily increased 20. Price $50,000, cash required, $25,000. Thii building must be seen to
be appreciated, and could not be duplicated at this price. Good reason for selling. , Write or see
owner at. once.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
6-room, stucco bungalow, large living
room, dining room and kitchen down
stairs; nicely finished In oak; 2 bed
rooms and bath on second floor; white
enamel finish. Price only $8,600. Terms.
Fj)rjaruhirjLcaUjy alnut2 812.
SEE THIS BEFORE YOU BUY.
Five-room Kellastone In Leavenworth
Heights; oak finish downetaira, white
enamel with mahogany doors upstairs;
oak floors throughout; corner lot; paved
street: 2 blocks to far; seady for Im
mediate possession; full plastered base
ment; $7,000; terms. Call Walnut 2813
Balance easy terms. Will give you Im
mediate possession of this 6-room home
on 19th ave.. between Jackson and
Jones. Shown by appointment. Call D.
4911. Tyler 6t67 evenings Mr. Spence.
Five-room, frame bungalow, dining
room and living room, finished In oak;
bedrooms finished in hard pine; A block
to car. Price $4,600, $1,000 to $2,000
caah, balance monthly. .Walnut281 2.
POSSESSION now. $17,600 buys the resi
dence northeast corner 38th avenue and
Davenport street. Douglas 2947. .
J. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Invest
ments. 442 Bee Bldg.. Douglas 8097.
Here is a beautiful home, consisting of
7 rooms, strictly modern in construc
tloa and arrangements; downstairs of
which has quarter-sawed oak floors and
finish. Second floor thera are 3 nice
bedrooms and bath. There is 200 feet
of ground suitable for gardening and
i hlrken raising. This property overlooks
Miller pnrk. Fort Omaha and gives a
beautiful view In four directions. It Is
certainly a bargain at the price offered,
$6,800, about $2,000 cash to handle.
D. V. SHOLES CO.
915-17 City Natl. Bk. Bldg.
5 rooms and bath on first floor; S
rooms and hall on second; large south
front lot on paved street; worth the
money; $1,000 cash, balance on monthly
payments. Call today.
R. F. CLARY CO.
2404 Ames Ave.
Five rooms, bath and reception hall,
all in oak on first floor; bookcases, buf
fet, two bedrooms on second floor; fuU
basement: storm cellar; garage; east
front; best bargain on North Side for
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
430 Bee Bldg.
FULL' lotsj small house, 16 fruit
trees, 3 kinds of berries; plenty of
shade; good well; brick storm cel
lar; brick coal shed, all inclosed.
With them good title. Price
$1,800. 3902 Spaulding St. Call
Worth While Bargain
6-room bungalow, all modern, finished
In oak; large lot; one block from Blvd.,
3 blocks to car- and school; $1,000 cssb
will handle, balance on monthly pay
ments. Call today.
R. F. CLARY CO.,
2404 Ames Ave.
HERE is a bargain in 6-room new home.
Strictly modern, just being completed,
located in Montclalr addition. I can
save you real estate commission, and
30 per cent which la last year price
on labor and material. Must have not
less than $1,500 cash payment, balance
terms Only home buyers need apply.
This Is your chance. Write T. F. Ahl
berg. 3112 California street, or call at
this address. No information given
over the phone.
Owner leaving city and Just listed for
first time, this 6-room. strictly modern
stone bungalow; oak finish; rhoif lot;
near Prairie Park; prlc lor quick sale,
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
430 Bee Bldg.
'G. J. Appleberg,
SCOTTSBLUFF, NEBRASKA. '
"Fastest Crowing City in the Wm
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
5 -room house, modern except heat;
comfortably built, eonveniontly located;
large lot: excellent condition; H block
to car. Thla place la a bargain and
cunnot be duplicated for the price.
F.mall pavment down, balance reason
able terms. Call owner, Webster 488. .
1901 Blnney. 9 rooms, strictly modern,
oak floors, hot air furnace, east front,
nice shade, 13,600. 1
Five rooms, all modern, oak finish.
Price, $4,760; $1,160 down, balance,
U7.50 oer month. Owner In house.
8349 No. 69th. Webster 3537.
FIVE-ROOM, all modern bungalow, on
Ames Ave. Trice $5,000; $1,000 cash.
Call Sunday. Colfax 950 or Colfax 648.
R. F. CLARY CO..
404 Ames Ave. Colfax 17$.
Corner lot, seven rooms, modern, gar
, age, fruit trees. One block to car.
eW terms. Call Wal. 11163 fo ap-
3J6S HAMILTON 7-room, modern, larga
garage. hicat.tv mv. CO..
407 Brown Blk. Doug. 1528.
$000 DOWN, $50 per month buys a five
room house, nice location, at 6351 N.
30th St. See owner, A. Smith, 819 N.
27th St.. Council Bluffs, la.
at 2410 Wirt St., 8 rooms, modern, and
call Tyler 950 or Colfax 8140 for ap-
milntwant Tt'a a Miro.atti
A FEW homea and lots for sale In Park
wood addition; a safe place for lnvest
ment.' Norrls & Norrls. Doug. 4270.
BUNGALOW, 6-room, oak finish., brand
new, nice lot, paved street. $5,250.
easy terms. Call daya. Douglas 1734.
FOR SALE One of the best located resi
dences In Minne Lusa. Owner leaving
city. Call. Tyler 3512 or Colfax 3289.
KOUNTZE Place, 8 rooms, modern, oak
floors, finish; bargain, $6,860; terms.
ALFRED THOMAS. 604 First Natl. Bank.
2827 SEWARD 4-room." new. modern
bungalow, $500 cash, balance monthly.
MINNE LUSA homea and lots offer the
beat opportunity to Invest your money.
niunc 1 jtcr lot.
$ ROOMS, nearly modern, large lot and
garden; act quick. 9302 North 30th St.
6-ROOM COTTAGE A bargain, $1,200;
$100 cash; balance easy. Johnson, Web
ster 4160. ;
GROCERY STORE with 6 llvlngi rooms
and garage. A bargain, $3,700. Terma.
FOR quick reeults list with Benjamin &
jranwenperg, oa dkv cms. u"..uj
HOUSE and lot, cheap. Must be sold at
once, zizi uamaen Ave. i.ub.
MODERN cottage, 5 rooms, 2 lots, $2,860.
un terms. argain. vrmnui ou.
BENSON & MEYERS CO.. 424 Om. Nat'l.
1S05 AND 1S07 SO. 26TH ST.
Seven rooms on each side. Thorough
ly remodeled and strictly modern. Three
iarge living rooms downstairs and four
sleeping rooms upstairs on aach side.
Barn or garage. Paving tax all paid.
One side la vacant. Purchaser can oc
cupy at once. Or will rent for $40 to
$46 a month; other side rented. Price,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 Harney St. PhoneTyler 60.
ci... MHma a,., ,.n.n4lmi liall . 1 1 nn
one floor, oak finish, strictly modern In
every respect, lot 60x150, priced at $5,
600; reasonable terms.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
430 Bee Bldg.
17TH AND B Sts. All modern 7-room
cottage on paved street, paving paid;
4 hlncka from school and car line. Will
redecorate for purchaser. $4,000 with
time. Frank Kullsek, 819 Ho. &4tn,
owner. Douglas 2000; or eves. Walnut
SIX .rooms, partly modern. Harney 1135.
ft rnnm modern. 2 blocks from car. S.
W. Hanscom Park. Owing to 111 health
owner muat sell to change climate. Four
large bed rooms with ample closets and
floored attic. Garage. East front on
large corner lot. Priced right ana lm
moHlMtA nnRRAflsian. ,
8 room modern, oak finish. Large lot,
Georgia avenue, $7,000.
7 room modern, good location, $4,850.
6 room modern, choice location, ua
rage for two cars. $6,850.
CONBOY & GREEN,
OMAHA IS SHORT
2,500 HOUSES, SAYS
Too Many Spendthrifts and
Not Enough Builders Adver
tising ' League Is Told.
'In five years we have dropped
back two years in our building;
Omaha is short 2,500 houses," said
Erastus A. Benson of the Ben
son & Carmichael Realty company,
addressing the Advertising Selling
league on. Business Conditions 01
Today," at the Fontenelle Monday
evening. J.' B. Crabbe entertained
the club with humorous readings.
Victor White, prominent Omaha
business man, talked on the value of
attending a national advertising club
It will be impossible to make up
the time lost in building operations
.1 - t- i : -
in less man eiKnt years, actuiuuiK
Mr. Benson. There is about 60 per
cent of the necessary supply of ef
"Frugality, honesty and industry
are still virtues, the fundamentals
never change," the speaker said, "but
we are losing sight of them. If a
man from Mars were to have
dropped into Omaha and looked at
the full naee advertisements of the
30 per cent discount sales, last week.
he would nave nurriea away, airam
that someone might steal his flying
Mr. Benson declared that we are
now a nation of spendthrifts and the
sense of value seems to have de
parted from us. 1
"Compared to what some of the
men are getting now Esau trading
his birthright for a mess of pottage
was a bloated profiteer," he said.
"The law of compensation is as un
changeable as the law of gravitation
but we have disregarded it."
Victor White said that for the
$100 invested in the trip to the na
tional advertising convention the
men going would get $500 worth of
knowledge. Special courses will be
given in different kinds of advertis
ing. The convention, this year, will
be held at Indianapolis.
Dunn Becomes Chief of
" Ditfsion of Compensation
Lincoln, May 24. (Special.)
Lester L. Dunn of Lincoln has been
appointed chief of the division of
compensation under the Department
of Labor and began his duties this
morning. He takes the place recently
vacated by J. H. Jeffrey of Omaha,
who resigned to go into' business in
Real Estate Transfers
Omaha Loan & Building Ass'n. to
Laura A. Brown, 27th St., 115 Mi
ft. n. of Plnkney St., w. s
40157 ft v.i"-:- J'400
Dovld H. Christie and vJIfa to
Emma Nina Kruspak, 18th at.,
120 ft. n. of Manderson st., e.
s., 20x140 ft.: 18th St., 98 ft.
n. of Manderson st e. a., 22x
105 ft 3.600
Emma Nina Kruspak and husbsnd
to Addie Williams, 18th St., 120
ft. n. of Manderson St., e. . s..
20x140 ft.; 18 St., 98 ft. n. of
Manderson St., e. s.. 22x105 ft.. 2,800
Nura Fenton to William E. Currin
et al.. T St., 200 ft. w. of 3th
St.. n. s.. 60x131.6 ft , 1,000
Arthur C. Thomsen, referee, to Ben
Jf.min E. Tebault and wife, Wash
ington at., 100 ft. a. of 17th st
n. s., 50x130 ft 175
Charles W. Martin and wife to
Elisabeth Kirkland. Newport ave.,
267 ft. w. of Minna Lusa, n. a.,
42x120 ft 800
James W. Jardlne et al.. to John
L. McCasrue, Jr.. Pierce St., 180
ft. a. of 27th St.. a. s.. 60x168 ft.. 3.500
Louis Berka et al.. to Charles K.
Tady. 17th St.. 720 ft. s. of Wil
liam at. w. s. 33x125 ft S.600
"red DeLamatter and wife to Bob-
ert E. .Harney, 41st St., 247 ft. s.
of Ames ave.. e. s., 40x280 ft 1,800
TSnfiel B. Oarllck and wife to
F.mll Konowsky. 26th St., 142.5
ft. n. of Bancroft St., w. s., 23.76X
100 ft S0
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
will put you In a new, all modern, 5
room bung-alow. Rent money pays for
It. O.-iod neighborhood of all new homea
and home owners. Wal. 5432 evenings,
or Douglas -7412 daya. Mr. JCole.
BIRKEf T & Ca.Xr "reVf;
and Insures. 250 Bee Bldg. Douglas 633.
FIVE-ROOM, brand"' new bungalow,
strictly modern; good location; 1500
rash; balance terms. Wslnut 5373.
1 WANT A HOME?
Possibly we have.lt for you. It roals
nothing to phone Douglas 134 or come
tn 1506 Dodge St. '
REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS.
N. W. COR. 18TH AND DODGE. D. 601S.
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANT.
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES.
NOTTPE TO CONTRACTORS.
i The Board of Education, City of Omaha,
i will receive bids up to and until 12 o'clocK
' (noon) June 3. 1S20, for extending Cut-
Stone Work of Basement down to new
! Grade and other Betterments and 1m
! piovementa In connection with the Cen
I tral High School Building, as per plans
! and specifications by the Architects, John
I.atenser A Sons. Bids to be addressed to
i the undersigned, sealed and enclosed in
properly endorsed envelopes.
Copies of the plana and specifications
can be obtained from the Architects upon
A oertlfled check or cash In the sum of
Fifty (150.00) Dollars must accompany
all applications -for piano as a guarantee
that bids will be submitted on same, the
same to be returned when the plans and
si educations are returned. v
All bida must be submitted on blank
proposals, which will be furnlshtd upon
application to the Architects.
Each bidder must submit with his pro
posal a certified check or cash in the sum
equal to two ( per cent) per cent of his
proposal as s guarantee of the acceptance
of the contract If awarded; said check to
be drawn in favor of the Board ot Educa
tion. Cltv of Omaha.
The Board reaervea to Itself the right
te reject any or an Bins or to waiva any
irregularities In the bids.
W. T. BOURKE.
Secretary Board of Education.
ne.1 City Hall. Omaha, N .
AND THEN DANCE
Omaha Boosters Are Guests
Of Oxford Business Men at
Ending Second Day.
Oxford, Neb., May 24. (Special
Telegram.) The Omaha trade tripe
pers arrived here on schedule time
and marched to the city auditorium
for the John McCormack concert, a
surprise which Chairman Hoel of
the trade extension committee had
planned. The Omahans expressed
surprise when they viewed the audi
torium, which is one of the finest
buildings of its kind in the state.
There were hundreds of visitors
from nearby towns to welcome the
trade boosters. Following the con
cert a dance was given in honor of
At Wauneta and Culbertson bands
were out to greet the boosters. At
Wauneta the Omaha delegates vis
ited the big flour mill which is op
erated by power from, the French
man river. '
At Culbertson '.he business men
ore promoting an $800,000 beet sugar
factory .The citizens of Palisade
presented a huge boquet of flowers
to C. E. Childe, traffic manager of
the Chamber of Commerce of Oma
ha and a former resident of Palis
ade. The second day of the trade
journey ended when the special train
arrived here. "Everything's great."
sums up the general sentiment of
the live wire business men.
Poison Gas Is Used ,
In Killing Several
Thousand Prairie Dogs
O'Neill, Neb.. May 24. (Special.)
A prairie dog "town" of 4,000
holes, one of the largest in Holt coun
ty, has just been destroyed and the
dogs and duds exterminated by the
use of gas by County Agent Lan
caster and James Crowley, lessee
of the J. H. Hopkins ranch north,
east of O'Neill. The ranch, compris
ing more than 1,200 acres and con
sidered one of the finest stock and
farming small ranches in the county,
is the property of Attorney J. H.
Hopkins of Omaha. The prairie dogs
had earned a foothold in the pasture
a number of years ago and gradual
ly had extended their domain until
it included more than a half section,
the holes and tunnels making the
ground dangerous, for stock. Three
davs were required to exterminate
the pests, carbon gas on cotton be
For P. Fryberger Granted
Lincoln, May 24. (Special;)
P. Fryberger, who part of the time
carried the name of P. H. Adams,
working for the Southern Pacific
railroad company at Benecia, Cal.,
will have to return to that state on
a requisition granted this morning
to answer to the charge of embez
zling four pay checks amounting to
$310 and two railroad tickets. He
was arrested, at Nelson and will be
returned to the coast state.
Deaths and Funerals
Funeral services will be held tomorrow
at 2:30 p. m.. In the Cole-McKay under
taking parlors for Mrs. Margaret
Buchanan, who died Friday at her home,
2452 South Nineteenth street,
Kuneral aervlcea for Hans Jensen, J
vears old, pioneer resident of Omaha, who
died Saturday at hli home. 2907 Ames
avenue, of pneumonia, were held today at
10 a. m at the N. P. Swanson chapel.
He was a member of Covert Masonic
lodge and a veteran employe of the
M. & O. railroad. His widow survives.
Burial was in Forest I-awn cemetery. .
Richard E. Piles. 84 years old, retired
farmer, dletf Sunday at his home, 814
South Fiftieth avenue. The body waa
taken in Oakland, la., for burial. His
widow survival. ;
Harry P. Doty, 48 years old. died sud
denly in bed at 2 o'clock Sunday morn
ing, at his home, 4412 North Twenty
ninth street. Heart disease was the
cause. Mr. Doty was foreman of the
Omaha Body Works. He had been a resi
dent of Omaha all his life. Funeral serv
ice will be held Thursday at Johnson &
Swanson's funeral parlors. Interment
will be in West Lawn cemetery. His
Funeral services for Mrs. Katherlne
Rcmlck, 67 years old, who died Saturday
at her home, 1741 South Twenty-seventh
street, were held yesterday at Hulaa
& Rlepen's funeral parlors. Mrs. Remick
died following an Illness of 10 days. Her
husband and several children survive.
Raymond W. Swan, U-year-old son of
-ir. ana Mrs. c. a. swan, cummg
street, died Saturday at Monrovia, Cal..
where he had gone a year ago for hla
health. The body will arrive In Omaha,
Wednesday, Funeral aervlces will be held
the following morning at Walnut Hill
Methodist church. I Interment will be In
Forest Lawn cemetery.
Divorce Petitions. '
Leonard A. Porter, against Blanche Por
ter, extreme cruelty.
Tlllle Mlschler against Qeoige K. Mlsch.
ler, extreme crdelty-
Irene Haspen against Henry H. Heipsn,
Anner P. Danlelson from Harry A. Dn
Helen 1'avls from F.arl Pavls. cruelty.
Mary Klsh from Samuel Kish, cruelty.
grounds for delivering material for
the construction of the grandstand;
and the other buildings, this switch
to be used later in the handling of
agricultural and live stock exhibits
during the exposition.
Unless freiffht rates are issued
very soon, according to Mr. Bucking-
J .. . .. .. r . i. :
nam, tne completion oi me exposi
tion grounds will be delayed and in
consequence the date of the exposi
tion will have to be changed. It
appears that the railway company
has made tormal application ior a
switching rate to apply on cars han
dled to and from the grounds, but
nothing has conic of the request,
which has prompted Air. uucKing
hani to fret busy, as there is consid
erable steel and other material now
Mr. Jefferis was told by the Inter
state Commerce commission that im
mediate action would be forthcom
ing just as soon as they were advised
by the Nebraska State Railway com
mission as to their action on intra
state rates. Mr. Buckingham was
advised to get busy with the Ne
Girl Clerk Is Given
$10,000 in Will Left
By Her Former Boss
The will of James Dickison,
former, manager of the Burgess
Nash company hosiery department,
who died suddenly in Chicago a
month ago, provides that Miss Vic
toria Guggenmos of the same de
partment, shall receive his entire es
tate, it became known yesterday. It
is said that the estate may total
$10,000. Dickison .and Miss Gug
genmos had worked together in tne
same department for six years.
Dickison's wife dide a year ago.
Miss Guggenmos was greatly sur
prised when she learned that she
had been made heir to the estate.
Dickson knew she was engaged,
and .probably left her the money to
help with her future home, she said.
He had no relatives in Omaha, bui ,
his will provided that should he di
by accident $2,000 of an accident
policy which he carried should go
to his sister, Mss Alice Dickison,.
of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Shortage of Materials
Delays Paving Contracts.
Commissioners Are Told
Paving contractors told city offi
cials yesterday afternoon that in
ability to obtain materials is the rea
son they are behind in their con
tracts. It also is stated thai in somt
instances inability to obtain the usua
financial aid froiw banks is affecting
the paving situation.
Mayor Smith, City Commission
ers Ure and Towl and .City En
gineer J.' A. Bruce conferred with
contractors who are delinquent,
some contracts having been signed
more than a year ago.
The officials urged the contractors
to do the best they can to push the
work. It was stated that the Puring
ton Brick Co., at Galesburg, has 3,
500,000 bricks in their yards ready
for shipment and that their daily
shipments are less than half the nor-
Tax No. 10,000) for Motor
Vehicle Issued in Omaha
Tag No. 10000 in class S, Omaha
wheel tax, was issued yesterday
by City Clerk Hunter to Paul Hoag
Class No. 3 includes all motor
vehicles of five passengers or less
capacity, and is the largest class in
The issuance of 10,000 tags this
year shows an increase of 600 over
The total number of wheel tax
tags issued this vear for all classes ,
of vehicles is 14.&00.
Jack Vlsiak. 1708 South Thtrty-aixth
street, was fined 825 for operating an au
tomobile while Intoxicated. (
Joe Williams, Mike Rack and Bill Bar
chus. Atlantic hotel, atarted a wrestling
match that ended in their arrest. Mike
was fined 812.(0.
Theresa Bowen. 4839 South Twenty.'
fourth street, forfeited a tli bond In police
court, while her husband, Isaac, paid a,
110 fine for Intoxication yesterday.
Now Is the time to plant flower beds
and flower boxes and vases. A large aa
sortment can be had a Henderson's green
nouses. Twenty-fifth and H street, as
well as cut flowers.
O. W. Norrls, negro. 2417 Caldwell street,
was fined 85 for assault and battery on
complaint ot T. M. Miller, who told the
police Judge Norrls had beaten him with
a shovel, a club and a brick.
There will be no meeting of South Side
Mystic Workers this evening as the mem
bers and their friends have been Invited
to attend a box social that evening at
Swedish auditorium, Fifteenth and Chicago
. Arrested on complaint of the parents of
a young g'.rl with whom he has been
keeping company against their wlahes.
Julius Llehr, S4 years old, 4311 South
Twenty-seventh atreet. la being held by
police for Investigation. . His trial comes
When police answered a hurry call ta
Twenty-second street and Poppleton ave
nue Sunday night to disperse a crowd of
40 hilarious young men, they found only
Richard White, 4211 South Sixteenth
atreet. He was flntd tit In police court
Arrested on a second offense of receiving
stolen goods, Abraham Welner, Junk deal-
er, 4832 South Twenty-sixth street, was
fined 8100 In police court yesterday. He
was fined 25 on the same charge two
weeks ago. The judge recommended that
his license be revoked.
Women who testified to the good charge
ter of Charles Whaler, 2311 Monroe atreet,
succeeded in having Mm dismissed In po
lice court yesterday, following his arrest
Ifor Investigation. Police ssy he waa hiring
Fords for all night rldca nd operating?
a flashlight in the neighborhood.
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