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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1920.
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CONTRACT KATKS ON
Want ada accepted at tha following ot
MAIN OFFICE. ...nth and Farnam Sts
South Bide 111! N ft
Council Bluffs 16 Bootl St.
WANT ADS RECEIVED B I'HONK AT
THE FEB will nut ba raaponalbla for
mora than ona Incorrect Insertion of an
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time. i i
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SACK & FALCONER
Thirty-third and Farnam. Harney
TaULSE & RIEPEN
riONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
7"! South Hth St. Douglaa 122
"HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
ITndertakera and Embalmers.
fhone H. 203. Office 2611 Farnam,
FOR AM BALANCE call South 680. KorUko
f uneral Homo. 23d and O sts.
EEE L. L ARM ON r1'
1814 Pouglaa St.
JOHN BATH, Hth and Farnm. D. 3000.
L. Handeraon. 1519 Farnam. Douglaa 124S.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS
, STRAYED from Ralston, Neb., tha night
or uct. 13, ona ngnt-roiorea Jersey cow,
weight 1,200 I I.e. Teat tag In right ear,
wearing leather halter. Call Ralston
I 43. W and receive reward and pay for
' an your trouoie.
,' FOR ARTICLES LOST on atreet cara tela
' , pttotia Tyler SCO. We are aniloui to re
store loat arflclea to rightful owner.
OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
I 1 LOST Brlndla bulldog, white feet, white
. 1 oreaai. ?.iBf.L,aKe st. and recelva re
! ' LOST Little boy'a cravenette raincoat In
tit wn town district. Finder tall Walnut
! , , " LOST In Gaiety theater mink fur acarf.
call lira. Cavanaugh, Tyler 3210. Re
I . '.. ward. '
? ' f6ST Fitch choker. Return for liberal
, rawara. Harney t.5.
i ' i,OST Oold pearl ring, down-town dls
trtot. Reward. South 1116.
TH& SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits- your old clothing, furniture,
magatlnea. Wa collect. W dlatrihuta
Phona Doug. 41S6 and our wagon will
, can. uau and inspect our new home,
1110-1112.1114 Dfldira St.
RENT Hoover vacuum aweeper. Har. 1071.
t Si ASS AGE 810 North Seventeenth
KoTPl'tlo School for Dancing. 2424
Avei-He Farnam. Doug. 7860.
KEEP'S HOTEL. ROME.
W teaeh ball room and all klnda of
fancy dancing. D. 2681, or H. 279 J.
FANCY DANCINi FOR CHILDREN.
SEASON, 20. KEEP'S. HOTEL ROME.
', SEWINO. allka, velveta, aklrta. Jacket! re.
lined, temodeled. Reaaonable. H. 6804.
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
, AQENCT, Incorporated. Douglaa 107.
Arlington bib... omar,a, nep.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
aecured In all cases. Tyler 1136.
T RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Railway
Ex. Bldg. Doug. 2066. Night, Cul. 465.
? , Painting and Decorating.
. TAINTINO, papering, reaaonable ;rlees
." , house painting specialty. Frank Kull
. aek. Wabater 3026, or Walnut 1427.
- PAPERHANQINQ and painting. Walnut
' 48. ; ,
Painting, papering, plaaterlng. Wal. 4567.
JAMESW. MARTIN, Patent Attorney,
1716 Dodge St. Patent your Invention
and sell It to a manufacturer.
Hemstitching and Pleating.
ACCORDION; aide,, krtife. aunburat box
pleating, covered buttqna, all alzea and
at y lea; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennanta.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co., 208
B rownvBlk. Douglaa 1036.
Top Notch Shop Hemstitching, braiding,
beading, all kinds pleating. Doug. 6011.
Room 33. Douglaa Blk.. 16th and Dodge.
Xebr. Pleating & Button Co., 1806 Far-
nam St. D. 6670. -
W rent, repair, aell needles and parts.
repair, aell needles
15th and Harney..
NEBRASKA Vulca Patch Salea Agency,
411 So. 24th: distributors for Vulca
Patohv Parker's Lightning Auto Polish,
Bear Non-Skid Emergency Chains; or
der by mai).
PAXTON-MITCHELL CO., ,
17th and Martha Sts.j Omaha, Neb.
Braaa, bronze, aluminum and machlrte
gray Iron casting!.
SAFETY razor bladea sharpened, new ra
lori. raior bladea aold. Omaha Razor
Sharpening Co.. 1522H Dodge. 103 N. 14.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattress
ea made from your own feathers, sum
mer at winter aides. 1 9 0 7CJ mlng. D. 2467.
BALL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchaaed at Rlalto Drug Store, 15'h
and Douglas Bta.. Omaha, Neb.
HATS cleaned and blocked while you wait,
at Paxton Hat Works, 1607ty Farnam
at. Work guaranteed. D. 6939.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co., 1607
STRY exchanged fjr Liberty bonds.
announcements and printing.
Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglaa 644.
. t Fl'LL dress suits and tuxedos for rent,
..v 109 N. 16th St., John Feldman. D. 3138.
CORSETS made to order.
t . . i , . wn,r ntwrt rv . t v. r ... 1
Welders. " isth and Jackson. D. 4391.
RENT Hoover vacuum. $1 25. Wal.TSTf.
Q A TlCJ BAROAINS. 12th & Farnam.
J-ik-) J. J. Darlght Safe Co.
OKT ouf figures on roofs. North West
Ready Roofing Co.. 80 a 8. M.
M 4.TTRESSE3 remade, springs rep. H.7162
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 931 W. O. W. Bldg.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S. 11th. D. 528.
WEAVING, old ruga remado. Tyler 1433.
Furniture and Household Goods.
WE BUY old and new furniture. ,We pay
beat price. Eureka Furniture Co, Web.
8- 1417 North 24th. , .
GOOD child's bed and mattress, also 609
pound faafa for sale. Phone South 0231.
STOVE Soft coal heater. Co'fax 4S60.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
A. HOSPECO. ,M-JLS
Pianos for rent. 34 per month.
DRUMS, trapi, marimbas, instructions, re
pairing, Phone Harney 2967. Geo. A.
Smith 2761 Davenport St.
2JAHOOANY player piano, very reasonable
. If taken thla week. Douglas 3066.
WILL sacrifice 3285 Vlctrola phonograph
i tor t!65; bargain. Douglaa 3066.
Typewriters and Supplies.
ADDING MACHINES .
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sola agenta for tha CORONA.
Gat cur price befor you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Douglas 2120. 1912 Farnam.
ALL MAKES, Typewriter Co , "all makes."
206 S 18th St Tyler 2424.
PROTECTOGRAPHS, F. & E.'a; bargains.
320 Neville Bldg.
GLASS FOR SALE.
erZtS 5x7. 6x8, 8x10. BEST GRADE;
CAN BE USED FOR HOT HOUSES.
WIRELESS SETS. ETC
v ENGRAVING DEPT.. ,
HANDSOME aeal stole, about 2 yards
, Joins, never worn, 216: seal muff. 115:
' Blink and squirrel stole; also beautiful
seal coats, sacrifice. 8utte 111, Hotel
JIarley. 20th and Farnam. Mrs. Mc
'amara. V '.
DiAMOND for sale cheap. Blue white
stona, clean cut, weight about six-tenths
. - carat. 4.-63, Omaha Bee,
1 I ONP-TWO- WOOHEAS j I DON'T Von TMiW ; 1
DC-Re- IWcsSeJ ' rP-, -ISSS . , 9
NE-rTA L ."V 1 VOICE?! I THINK Ifi . jHCW5RErAARe,V.E
FOR SALE, v ' HELP WANTED-MALE. ' HELP WANTED-FEMALE FOR RENT-ROOMS. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
Miscellaneous Articles. Salesmen and Solicitors. Professions and Trades. - Housekeeping Rooms.
1-TON Fairbanks No. 4 standard
scale, 3Hi3H foot platform, also
28-lnch Buffalo Forge Co. exhauat
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17th and Farnam St. Pbone Tyler
SURE and safe Investment, city warrants
to pay you 10 per cent interest, siou,
$600 and 11,000 amounta. E. G. Solomon.
617 Karbach Bldg. Douglas 6262.
At Nathan Steinberg's.
1019 Harney St. Doug. (166.
MULTIGRAPH, complete "with type and
other accessories. Motor-driven, f ire,
stone Tire & Rubber Co., 2566 Farnam.
WE buy, aell aafea, make dfsks, show
cases, etc. umana f ixture at supply v;o..
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas.. D. 2724.
LARGE 'drill press with electrlo motor.
complete with alnglea and tools, f ire
stone Tire & Rubber Co., 2666 Farnam.
ONE No. 6-25-A International steam boiler,
rate 1,360 feet, cost new. 1605, will sell
at 4360. 2701 Leavenworth:, i
APPLE8 for aale, sprayed and hand pick
ed, 1 mile north, 1V miles west 01 nai
alon. Beavers Farm. Walnut lf,S43.
FOR SALE 2 tubular bollera. 16x6 and
tx3. Both in excellent conduits, call
Douglas 6808. Mr. Downs.
SEVERAL office desks and dhalrs, 'good
condition. 2666 Farnam St. H. 120.
GUITAR, brand new. CheapiValj 1796.
COAT, auit, cape, dresses Harney 6920.
L'LECTRIC Grill, used twice. Tyler 6229.
2D-HAND lumber, 1828 N. 21st. Web. 459.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; usd desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C Reeo, 1207 Farnam. D. 6116.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
furniture. Ty. 54. A. aavett, ?u . ie.
LIBERTY bonda bought, Macks Bond
House. 1421 First Nafi. ok. mag.
CORRESPONDENCE with a per
sonahty is the specialty of a young
man whose services we can no
longer use because we' are discon
tinuing some of our lines ot work.
He has served us so satisfactorily
that we want to help him get the
sort of position . he deserves.
'Phone.Tyler 4400 and let us ar
range an intervievj for him. '
AUDITOR and office manager, former res
ldent of Omaha.' thoroughly laminar
.with! all details of department store ac
counting and system, now cormectea
with chain store in the east, desirous of
returning to Omaha or vicinity. Y-1310,
IF YOU are in need of a stenoera
pher we know of one you would
like havine. As forme employers
of hers, we are anxious to help
her to secure a good position.
Phone Tyler 4400 and let us.tell
you about her. ,
TWO excellent g?rl clerks of ours
are losine their positions through
a discontinuance of some of our
work. We can give tpem unquali
fied recommendations. Phone Ty
ler 4400. , I
rHACTICAL nurse and competent house-
keeoer (widow), age 48. wlsnea place in
good plain home for aelt and oung
daughter, good health and appearance
best references. Omaha bee, Box Y
Watch tha Domcatlo column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don t miss tnem.
Laundry and Day Work
("BUNDLE washing called for or discount
if del. Roughdry or finished. Web. 6161
DAY work, bundle washing; experienced.
SMALL bundle washing wanted. Harne
DAY work, experienced. Colored. Ty. 3158.
LAUNDRESS wants Mon..
DAY work, house cleaning.
DAY work wanted, experienced. Web 6216
WOOL blankets, lace curtains. H. 1130.
BUNDLE washing. Webster 3379.
DAY work. Tyler 412.
HALF dayB. byjhe week. Web. 4505.
HALF DAYS, cooyng, cleaning. Web. 33J2
WASHING and Ironing. Webster 2317.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
MEN quick with figures to do tabulating
work during election. Apply J. A. Raw
lings. Editorial Rooms, World-Herald.
Professions and Trades.
YOUNG men. study law. Eve. downtown
sessions. Univer. of Omaha Law Dept.
Thorough course: nominal tuition. See.
404 Omaha National Bldg
FIREMAN WANTED Stationary englna
at pamplng plant. . Plattsmouth Water
Co., Plattsmouth, Neb. '
WANTED Plasterers, onion Job. two
months' work. Apply Archie Allison,
WANTED First class auto trimmer. Coll
aeum Motor company, Casper. Wyoming.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE,
110 So. 14TH ST. CATAI.Oe FREE.
WANTED Mechanical draftsmen. Reflnlte
Co., 1023 Harney. Ty. 2856;
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED Experienced tire sales
men with executive ability, capable
of being promoted to manager of
branch stores. State briefly your
experience, whether married or
single, what part of the country
you are most familiar with, sal
ary wanted and volume of business
- secured for last, or present em
ployers; also, the chss of trade.
Only -tried and producing sales
men need app.'y. Box Y-1296,
J " . i
' ' ' ' " O-lfl lao av iMit PtaTuat vic. lie - "
WANTED Four1 reliable, high.
?rade. toonotch salesmen at once.
Live leads furnished. Easy propo-
sition to handle. Yoit QUALIFY
your prospects ONLY, our mana
gers CLOSE the sales. If you
make less than $10,000 to $25,000
vearlv. vou can't stav on the sales
force. Our best men are .making'
1. -1- r a ,wA i I
as mgn as $ju,uuu ycany. tins is
not a stock, bond, leasing or pro
motion proposition. It's a perma
nent connection, and unftss yflu
can show a clean character and a
successful selling record, do not
apply. Suite 1123-24, First Nation
al Bank Bldg.
SALESMEN wanted by actlva pro-luclng
oil company. Strong co-operation, aome
leads furnished. No advance marl. Wc
want clean cut men who can aell a clean
cut proposition, truthfully and on Us
merits In the state of Icwa. 238-240 City
Natl. Bank Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
.'N USUAL opportunity for live wire pro
moter and aalesman to handle big Oma
ha deal; only men of large ability will
be considered. Remuneration limited
only by his own efforts. Address Box
i-43, Omaha Bee.
VLESBOARD salesman. We offer you
a quality line of 100 different assort
ments. Commissions paid on receipt
of order. Iowa Novelty Company,
Mullln Bldg.. Cedar Rapid a. Ia.
SALESMEN High pressure men required
for aale clean proposition'; responsible
house; perfect co-operation; no stocks.
Address Sales Manager, 927 South Hen
derson. Fort Worth, Texas.' . '
SPECIALTY salesmen in silverware, rugs
and blanketa; can use couple ot good
men, out-of-town work. 1 C. Adama
Co.. 623 South 16th St.
WANTED Two 'experienced provision,
salesmen, -one for city and one with car
for country. Omaha Sausage Co., So
0697. ; ;
SALESMAN An organizer Cor state ot
Nebraska; specialty line, welt adver
Used, Box 1304, Omaha Bee.
TWO experienced provision salesmen, one
for city and One with car for country.
Omaha Sausage Factory, So. 0057.
Hotels and Restaurants.
PAN WASHERS WANTED.
ABOUT 16 YEARS OF AGE,
' FOR' BAVK WORK.
' CALL SOUTH " 4780 "
OR DOUG. 226.
WANTED Bright boy. 16 or 17 years, for
office work and to run errnnds. Chance
to learn advertising busines?. Apply sue
BOY wanted for errand and general offioe
work. Opportunity for advancement 210
city iNat i .pan .piug.
work at soda fountain
Beaton Drug Co.
STEADY WORK, GOOD PAY.
ADDRESS BOX R 40.
OMAHA BEE. '. 4. '
6) B.XFERIENCED corn huskera wanted
at once; 6c per du, also wsra ana room
County Agent, nocuweu mt, m.
WANTED Gordon feeders, familiar wltn
color work. Beacon rreis. yti. riowaru.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
FOR INDUSTRIAL PLANT.
ADDRESS BOX X 202,
WANTED Youn lady students to enroll
in mil short courses in aienuKrtiui.y,
typewriting, operation of comptometer
and mgncr accounting, tju-i u ""
classes. Individual Instruction. Position
secured for every graduate. Call and
see us or telephone Douglaa 7416.
DWORAK SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING
Second Floor Wead Bldg.. 18th & Farnam.
GIRLS to take course In shorthand, type
writing. oooRKeepmg, eic; "
struction enables you to finish quickly:
WANTED WINDOW TaRIMMER.
Apply Phillips 1epi. Dior.
24th and O StsSouUhJSlde
r-ABD PRINTER WA
Anniv Philllos' Dent. Store,
24th and O Sts South Side.
WANTED Ladles' clothea Ironers. Stand
ard Laundry. Z403 wo. - m,
MACHINE girls wanted at once. Stand
ard I-aundry. zuj jmo. itia.
Professions and Trades.
GIRLS! ? ,
WHY NOT LEARN A
Telephone operating is perhaps
the most fascinating work open to
young women today.
Good wages are paid, meals are
furnished at cost and light and
cheerful rest rooms are furnished
exclusively for the operators.
Young women between the ages
of 16 and 30 can be operators.
Apply to "
New Telephone Building.
19th and Douglas Streets.
Bee want ade are business getters.
CALL DOUGLAS 1930.
Household and Domestic.
COMPETENT girl for general houaework,
must be experienced and a good cook,
laundress kept; pay good wages. Ad
dress Box X 67, Omaha Bee.
NEAT white girl for general houanwork.
no laundry work. N. C. Lsary, 1S04 S.
35th St.Harney 2290.
WANTED White girl for general house
work, 2 In family, small bouse, laun
dress kept. Good wagea. Walnut 4568.
WANTED Experienced girl for second
work. Mrs. Joe JJarKer, 426 Piortn asm.
I Har. 0027. ;
MAID for general housework; permanent
place for right party. Mrs. Chas. Mc-
Monles. 1610 S. 36th St. Har. 6470.
WANTED White reliable cook; references
required. Mrs. Arthur Storz. 315 So.
64th St.. Walnut 8215.
WHITE maid for general housework. No
laundry. Pleasant room and bath. 3709
Jones St Har. 672.
COMPETENT girl for general houaework.
Mrs. Arter. 3526 Harney Ht. Phone Har
WANTED Competent whlto maid for
general housework. 2 in fHUlly; small
house. Phone Harney 4779.
MRS. GEO. T. PORTER, 3625 Lincoln
Blvd., maid for general nouseworn. wal
nut 2829. i
WHITE girl for general housework. Mrs.
F. L. Devereux, 1706 So. 32d Ave. blar
EXPERIENCED child's nurse. Mrs. F. L.
Devereux, 1706 So. 32d Ave. Harney 670.
WANTED Girl to assist w.th'" general
housework. No washing. Walnut 3233.
WANTED White second mn'd. Mrs C. W
Hamilton, 1112 Tark ave. Hir. 2891.
WANTED Experienced white second girl.
Mrs. W. D. Hosroru, 62b 8. 37tn St.
COMPETENT white girl for general house
work. 118 North 38th Ave.
GIRL for , general housework. Wal. 897.
Hotels and Restaurants.
GIRLS wanted to wait on table wt aida
fountain. Good pay. Beaton Drug Co.
WANTED PANTRY GIRLS.
BIG SISTERS ASSOCIATION, for tha
benefit cf business girls. 663 Bee Bldg
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade: big demand: wages whllf
learning; strictly modern. Call or wrl;
1403 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College,
AMBITIOUS men, women over 17 wanted;
U. S. aovernment Dosltions: 2135-2195
month: list positions free. Franklin In
stitute, Dept. 228-H, Rochester, N. Y.
LEARN tire reDalrlnz and retreading:
also tube repairing and all rubber vul
canising IN THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
TIRE REPAIR SCHOOL IN OMAHA.
Three weeks' training, $25. Write or
NATIONAL TIRE SHOP.
17th 8treet and Capitol Avenue.
We do not aell vulcanizing machinery.
Van Sant School of Business,
Day and Evening 8chools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg
CAFE AND ICE CREAM PARLOR Best
In Iowa county seat of 2,600, on River to
River automobile highway. No competi
tion to speak of. Only 1 other small
cafe. Good equipment, Including soda
fountain, cigar and candy cases, lunch
connter. Ice King refrigerator and elec
tric piano. Living rooms upstairs.
Will sell for 31,800. Invoice small
stock. Reason for selling, other busi
ness. Address Box 246. Oxford, Neb.
rOR SALE My equity In 40-room hotel,
doing a good business, located In a coun
ty seat town In northeastern Iowa;
population 3,000 and business equal to
town twice Its size. This hotel Is
steam heated andv In splendid repair,
good reasons for selling and 3an tn
bought on easy terms. Ad-lress Box Y
1302, Omaha Bee.
(26,000 buys foundry and machine shop,
real estate, machinery equipment and
stock In good thriving city, half cash.
Box Y-1298. Omaha Bee. (
MOVIE THEATER iowa. good loiatlon,
town 4,600, seating 600; one other movie
In town. Address Box Y 1301 Omaha
SHOE Repair 'Shop, unequalod opportun
ity; cross-town corner. Appjy 220V4 N.
TO GET In or out of business, see LEWIS
A Co., 411 McCague Bldg
FOR SALE 8-room rooming house and
restaurant. Call South 3360.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
PHONE THE WANT AD DEPARTMENT,
TYLER 1000, AND ASK ABOUT OUR
BIG ROOM LIST PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUL
READERS AND ADVERTISERS
TWO pleasant connecting front rooms,
suitable for 2 or 3 gentle.nen or couple
employed; hot and cold water in rooms.
628 So. 26th St..' Dg. 8976.
SINGLE and double rooms for men only;
running hot and cold water; ateam heat,
walking distance. Brown Apts., 608 N.
21st, Douglas 6644.
NICELY furnished room In private horn'
for gentlemen. Price reass.iabla. - 4250
Douglaa St. Walnut 69.
WELL-FURNISHED room for gentlemen,
West Farnam. nr' car line. Refer
ences. Har. 3620.
618 N. 41ST AVE. Nicely furnished room,
private home, gentlemen preferred, wal.
VERY large room for 2 or 8 students;
waiKlng distance. 628 so. 2tjtn St., Dg.
SLEEPING room for one or two gentle
men In private home; price .reasonable.
NICELY ' furnished room, private home,
north side, married couple, employed.
Colfax 3216. k
1309 SO. 32D, large front room for 1 or 2
employed ateam heat; private outside
NICELY furnished rooms, modern home,
steam-heated; walking distance. Har.
3 LARGE rooms furnished or unfurnished.
single or together; 1 blk. to car. . Web,
NICELY furnished room, private family,
suitable for 2 gentlemen, $3 week. Har
BEAUTIFUL large front sleeping room,
suitable for 2 gentlemen or employed
couple. Webster 1376 .
FURNISHED room, private home; business
woman prorerred. 126 mo. 33d. tl. 6U87.
2218 DOUGLAS, walking distance, large
furnished room, gooa neat. Doug. Bisz
LARGE well furnished room for 2 iientlf-
men; very large closet. Ty 2550.
NICELY furnished room for one or two
gentlemen. References. So. 2780.
FURNISHED rooms for rent; working
couple preferred. Har. JI729.
628 SOUTH 25TH AVE.. FURNISHED
LARGE, well-furnished room for 1 gen-
tlemen, very large ciostt. Tyler 25oO.
NICELY furnished, walking distance,
modern. 2550 Harney SL
1543 No. 16th St.. nicely furnished rooms.
reasonable. Webstar 692.
SEE J1CCS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PACE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
SLEEPING rooms, walking distance. HaA
priCELY furnished front room in private
nomc. aim Lummr. nmiiui ivvo.
NICE, modern room for two gentlemen
reasonable. 2508 Capitol Ave. Dg.' 6408,
SLEEPING room with porch. Harney
2 NICELY furnished bedrooms; walking
distance. 660 S. 26th Ave. H.1719.
i NEATLY furnished rooms, use of llv-
Ing room, mpdern home. Colfax 1699.
SINGLE room 623 So. 16th. Aat. 12.
LARGE sleeping room. Dg. 8144.
3 Bleeping rooms, reasonable. Web. 1609,
HOUSEKEEPING rooms to respectable
people; walking; distance. 1717 Burt
S t. Dg. 8144.
SUITE of light houaeiteeplng . rooms
Steam heated. 623 So. 16th St. Apt. 12.
813 S. 23D 2 light 'housekeeping rooms
no objection to children.
TWO-ROOM suite for housekeeping.
iJalifornia Harney 4001.
ONE large room with kitchenette, run'
nlng water. 2666 Douglas.
2 NICE rooms for housekeeping;
thing complete. Webster 1609.
Board and Rooms.
KOARDTi room to married couple or
persons! employed, very desirable room
modern.vrespectaBie district, nome priv
lieges, nomecooKing. werjter un,
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT
Room with breakfast and dinner.
private home; references required. Call
BOARD and room for gentleman; conveni
ent to 2 car lines; modern, private war
BOARD and room for gentlemen; private
1 blk from car line: all wees: Har
FURNISHED room In beautiful private
modern home, 1A block to Farnam car
line, montn. walnut 0877.
BOARD and room, private home, near
Farnam car line, gentleman preferred.
TWO large rooms newly decorated, steam
heat, 12C9 So.32nd st.Har.6U3U.
2 FURNISHED housekeeping room
couple employed Tyler 2058.
FOR RENT HOUSE.
BRAND new 6-room Mlnne Lusa bunga
low, completely furnished, electrically
eauiDPed laundry, garage for one car,
Will rent for 6 months at 2125 per
month. Call Colfax 0702 for appoint
FURNISHED 6-room cottage, 3119 Call,
fornia St. Harney 4001.
FOR RENT APTS AND FLATS,
Several more of the beautiful new,
flve.room apartments In the Mount Ver
non, 31st and Dewey avenue, are now
ready for occupancy by those desiring
something exceptionally choice. Price
$120 and $140 per tnonth. Maid s room
in building. Steam heated garages if
17th and Farnam Sts.
Dodge, at 18th Street
Omaha's' Newest and Finest
elusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
2010 N. 23D ST., three exceptionally nice
rooms, 320. Harney 4330.
BEAUTIFUL apartment, 3 rooms and bath,
completely lurnlsned, warning distance.
west; $95; references; Douglaa 173
FURNISHED apartments in tha Black-
stone. Harney 945,
FOR RENT Business Property.
DESK space for rent; includes ste
nographic and telephone service.
MATTSON & SMAILS,
1213 City National Bank Bldg.
FOR REN'A 2d floor, 20x128, hand ele
vator, steam heat. 1111 f arnam.
MOVING AND .STORAGE.
WE assemble and forward carloads f
both household goods and automobiles.
Watch this column, as it will keep you
Informed where we are maklrg carload
If you are shipping to any of the cities
represented or to (owns adjacent to our
shipping points, see us about our rates,
as It Is likely that our through rate
Is less than the regular local rate and
you have the advantage of carload serv-
Today we are accepting shipments for
the following cities:
Minneapolis, Minn. '
Los Angeles- Cal.
San Francisco, Cal.
GORDON FIREPROOF WARE
HOUSE AND VAN CO..
219 N. 11th St
Phone Douglas 394. . Omaha. Neb.
STORAGE, MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE IT ST OF
HOUSES AND AI .iRTMENTS.
16th and Jackson Sts. Douglaa 288.
MOVING. PACKING, STORAGE.
Separate locked rooms for househo.d
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
Ml 6 South 16th. Dpug. 4163.
VAN and STORAGE CO,
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler MOO,
GLOBE VAN, TRANSFER AND
For real service In hauling or stor
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
Auto or wagon service.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let ua estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1605 Davenport. Doug. 2908
' POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
FERRETS for sale, write" H. R. Peck.
601 Southeast 6th St.. Pes Moines. Ia.
ROLLERS Harz mountain canaries.
ILJ1SES AND VEHICLES.
" Fof'Sale.' ",
GOVERNMENT andtfarm" harness and
leather collars, 35 per cent discount.
Write for free price list. Desk No. I.
Mid West Harness, 706 No. 15th St,
HORSES and mules, harness, wagons, sale
or trade. Reld'a Transfer Barn, 2223
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
WE SAVE YOU
$5 out of every $10 on auto .nsurance.
Phone Douglas 776S. 812 Peterj Trust
Bldg. Continental Inv. Co.
S'l'UDEBAKER 4. 6-passenger, fine condi
tion, cheap. 3901 Oold bU 11.. 648L ,
Buy a Guy L. Smith
We always have a few first-class
used cars which are real bargains.
.Each is guaranteed and with a
real service behind it. Call Doug
las 1970 any time for description
of cars and prices.
We have some splendid 1919
newly painted Fords for sale, cash
or terms. Try one and you'll buy
Drive It Yourself Co.,
1314 Howard St. Doug. 3622.
$35 WILL rent space for your car until
March 1, 1921, at 1601 Marcy St., Har
tung's Transfer Co., Tyler 1976.
SOME bargains In used Ford cara. Me
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, 16th and Jackson. Ooug
DO YOU want a good automobile at
bargain price? . All makes and sizes.
Terms or cash. Call Mr. Jones, D. 6188.
DICKSON & Nevrman build garages,
driveways, sidewalks and do general re
pair work. Phone South J794jorSo. 1761.
FORDS, DODGE8,"bUICK FOR SALE OR
TRADE. EASY TERMS. CALL S. 299.
O'ROURKE AUTO CO.. 3701 8. 24th 8U
5-PAS8ENGER touring, good tlree. new
top, new paint, fine running order, $250.
Seo It at 422 S. ISth. Week days.
WANTED For spot cash. 100 ased cars
quick action; no delay. Auto Exchange
Co., 2050 Farnam St. Douglaa 6036
THE DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY.
2620 Farnam St.
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
, MARSH-OAKLAND Co
20th Harney Sts.
WE have 60 good used cars to aelec
from. All prices.
MEEKS AUTO CO.. 2026 Farnam.
PAIGE, 1920 Larchmont, run 1,000 miles;
will take $1,000 less than cost. Walnut
FORD touring, fine shape. Web. 4984.
AUTO painting. 2768 Burt. Harney 681L
Tires and Supplies.
NEW TIRES. FIRST-CLASS.
30x3 $ 9.95 I 32x3Vi $14.(5
30x3 V4 11.95 33x4 20.95
3Gi4 20.95 24x4 20.4
Goodrich Guaranteed Ford Tubea. $2.60.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 1722 CUMING.
NEW TIRES, 60 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
, . f, r i n n . , , 1 -
.... 9. tO I MAI , . 1I,.B
30x3tt 11.90 33x4 ,. 19.50
32x31,4 14.90 i 34x4 20.00
Mall orders filled.
STANDARD TIRE CO., 410 N. 16TH ST.
220-ACRE improved farm, 6 mi. S. W. oi
wray, in wneat district; jsi acres in
cultivation: $90 Der ac. for Quick sale
$8,000 down, carry balance. Box O 33
160 ACRES Burlington, Colo., $500 down or
win taae umana property, (joirax 4isz,
4,000 ACRES Box Butte-county farm land.
$25 to $35 an acre In halt section iota.
S. 8. AND R. JS. MOMUUMlSKt,
, 213 City National Bank Bldg.
LANDOLOGY SDeclal number Just out con
talning 1920 tacts ot clover land in
Marinette county, Wisconsin. If for
home or as an investment you are
thinking - of buying good farm lands
where farmers grow rich, send at onco
for this special number of Landolcgy. It
is free on request. .Address Skldmore
Rlchla Land Co., 433 Skldmore-Rlehle
Bldg.. Marinette. Wis.
24 Acres Improved
Graham-Peters Realty Co.,
829 Omaha Nat Bit, Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Douglas 553. Evenings wal. 1103.
Real Estate Loans
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan boo'.hs. Harry
Malashock.11514 Dodge. D. 6611 Es. 1894.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB FARMS,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 271S.
V PRIVATE MONEY.
2100 to 210.000 made oromDtlv.
F. D. WEAD, Wead Bldg. 310 S. 18th St
42 SHARES Drefered stock in Steril Mfg.
Company at 25c on dollar. Address rt.
O. Stevens, Gen Del., Omaha, Neb.
SHOPEN & COMPANY. Doug. 422S
PROMPT aervlce, reasonable rates, private
money. Garvin Bros. 345 Omaha Nat.
REAL ESTATE WANTffD.
To buv or sell Omaha Real Estate srf
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Nat Bk. Bldg. Douglas 1424.
YOU WANT TO SELL THAT HOUSE, t
Want quick action 7 Just try ua. cal
OSBORNE REALTY CO.. 430 Bea Bldg.
W. G. SHRIVER7ntuLricS.TATE
1047-J Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1636.
HAVE Inquiries for homes; do you wa.it
to aell your property? List ' win
A. onmmei. umana jyt, BanKBiag
LIST your home with me or if you are
looking for nouse sea me. rrana J-
WANT homes In colored neighborhood.
Benjamin & Frankenberg. Doug, tii
WE HAVE an unusually well located piece
of trackage at 7th and Leavenworth,
81x132, tracka on both sides. At right
price Alfred Thomas, i04 First Nat'l
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
WALSH-ELMER CO., Realtors. Real
Estale, Inveetment, Insurance, Rent
ale. Tyler 1638. 332 Securltlea Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
HAVE EASTERN COLORADO
LAND.' WILL EXCHANGE
FOR STOCK MERCHANDISE
IN GOOD LOCATION. ACT
PROMPTLY. W. L. QUIRX,
PATHFINDER HOTEL FRE
MONT, NEB. -
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
6-ROOM home In Benson, 2 lots, lots of
fruit. Price $3,750; $600 cash, $35 per
month. Doug. 4238.
6 rooms and bath, strictly modern.
Very small payment down. Wal. 4921.
NETHAWAY.I Suburban prop'ty. Col. 1404.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
BRAND new 6-room stucco bungalow, with
double garage; well built by owner; nice,
large living room, with fireplace, and
dining room finished In oak: two bed
rooms, bath and kitchen finished In
white enamel. Price $7,750. 4222 Park
er St. Walnut 2481.
Bee want ads are best business
Drawn for The Bee by McManu.
Copyright. 1920 International Nwi Service.
BUT JHE VvA3 A.
UONCi TlPAE. IM'
Tiits" to t:
Expect Sum Taken In
Humane Society Drive
Will Total $7,000
A count conducted at headquar
ters in the Omaha National Bank
building Saturday night showed that
$5,872 "had been turned in by work
ers in Nebraska Humane society
button tiay fund raising drive Sat
urday. The amount is expected to
be increased to nearly $7,000 by
money gathered in Benson, no re
port of which had been received,
canvasses of theaters, which were
conducted in the evening, and check
A check for $100 was received
from Mrs. Gejjrge Joslyn and 'checks
for $50 were given by Walter W.
Head, Miss Jessie Millard, J. E.
Davidson, E. E. Bruce and F. S.
Martin. Hundreds of checks for
lesser amounts were sent in to the
The South Side Woman's club, in
charge of the drive on the South
Side, collected $495 on the streets
and in a house-to-house canvass.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler488
A FEW homes and lots for sale In Park
wood addition; a safe place for Invest
ment Norrls & Norrls. Douglas .4270.
BRAND new bungalow, oak finish, beauti
ful decorations; reduced from $7,450 to
$6,900; easy terms. Douglas 1734.
BENSON & MEYERS CO.. 424 Om. Nat'L
FOR SALE 6-room all modern house,
full cement basement, floor drain, cis
tern and city water In basement. Lo
cated In Benson. V,' block to car line.
2740 No. 64th Kt. Walnut 4481.
2446 WHITMORE. "aTrew 6-room modern
bungalow. Tours for J.'.iiou casn ana
hal. mo. Crelgr.', 608 B. Dg. 200.
MINNE LUSA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money,
Phone Tyler 187. , -
6ROM. oak finish bungalow at a' bar
gain. Vacant. 4C30 N. S6th Ave4. 'Easy
payments. Douglas 8656: or Tyler -1810.
5 ROOMS, strictly modern, full basement,
2 lots, garage, cement drive. Col. 4182.
J. B. ROBINSON, real estate and invest
ment, 442 Bee Bldg. DoUglas 8097.
COLORED, 7-room house, modern, $3,600.
Bargain. Dg. 4641. .
NEAR Hanscom Park, good location, eight
rooms, modern, well built home; very
reasonable. 3111 Pacific St. Har. 1658.
16-ROOM- modern house and $2,000 worth
of furniture, all for $10,000. Splendid
location for boarders. Dg. 4641. :
Move into a new home and pay
for it like rent. 5 rooms, oak and
white enamel finish; small cash
payment will handle.
Call Mr. Bilby, Walnut 2378,
evenings, or Douglas 2428 days.
POSSESSION AT ONCE.
6-r. cottage in good condition, mod. ex.
heat; location bright and home-like; 42
feet frontage on 24th St.; close to O
St School advantages good, parochial
as well as public; price, $4,000. Terms,
discount for cash, payment of $2,000;
balance carried over.
708 Keellne Bldg.l
BIRKETT & CO., !,;.:
real estate. 250 Bee Bldg., Douglas 633.
THE manufacturer of a
household appliance has deal
ers (department stores, elec
tric shops, hardware and fur
' nitare stores) who need sales
men trained to sell this and
other appliances. We will
train men of good character
and place them to advantage
with our dealers. Actual work
in the field during the train
ing enables them to earn more
than an average salary. See
Mr. Jech at Granden Electri
cal Ct., 1511 Howard, after
3 p. m.
(Copyright, 1920, By The Wheeler
Does a Nail Get Hot When Ham
mered? Th heat generated by constant
hammering upon a nail is the
product of friction, just as our
finger burns when we slip it
rapidly over a comparatively
smooth surface. In the latter
case, however, the friction is much
more apparent than in the for
mer where the molecules of
which the nail is formed are so
tiny that their vibration against
each other cannot be observed.
At one' time it was thought
that all bodies contained a sub
stance which produced heat sand
that, when hammered or rubbed,
this substflnce was thrown off
and made itself felt. Count Rum
ford, who made a deep study of
this and other physical proper
ties, demonstrated that heat is
not a substance but a property;
not Isoniething which is inherent
in a body, but the result of out
side causes. The same friction
which heats the head of a match
to a point where the chemicals
applied to the wood burst into
flame,' is responsible for the heat
ing of the nail when hammered.
In fact, if the blows be continued
for a sufficient length of time,
the hammer itself will become
hot. But, owing to the differ
ence in size, it naturally' takes
longer to become heated than the
nail though this is compensated
for by the fact that the former
will retain the heat much longer.
Holding a Husband
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
Revelations of a Wife
Tlio Stcssntre Itlta Brown lft for
"You ire sure. Madge?" 1-ellA
I drew a quick breath of relief.
I The victory was won. I smiieti
down at me tense tune iu:t um
Itftetl to mine, and forgave her the
folly of listening to Kita Brown's
falsehoods In my Joy that Alfred
Durkee faithful and loyal lover
reed not suffer the pain bf know
ing how grossly hl little sweet
heart had doubted his honesty and
"As sure as I am that you need
a switching more than any had
child I know." I answered whimsi
cally. "You will come to me your
self when the two years are up and
say humbly, 'You were right, oh,
craclous sage. I thank you for your
wisdom You little goose.". I added
tenderly.' as her lips quirked Into
a smile while the tears were yet on
her lashes. "No wonder Alf adores
you. You are the prettiest thing.
53ut you need a little beauty treat
ment, just now, so He down while
I prescribe for you."
I pushed her back on her pillows,
renlenlshod the basin of cool wa
ter on the chair by her bed, and
put some small .towels over the back
of the chair. ,
Rita's Veiled Threat
"Now," I said, practically wring
ing out one of the towels and lay
ing It across her eyelids, "as soon
as that gets warm wring out an-,
ether and apply it. There's more
cool water In the pitcher over thpre.
If you need- it, but you won't.
This treatment will banish the tear
marks from your fa'ce, and I'll be
bark soon with some tea and
things. J don't want to see the sign
of a tear when I return."
I went swiftly out of the room.
A I desopnded the stairs I heard
the ring of the telephone. With the
feeling that It might be for me, I
hesitated, and the next second
Heard Mrs, Lnken's voice: "Mrs.
Oraham? I think she Is In the
house now. I'll call her."
.' I pushed open still farther the
dining room door, already ajar, and
"I couldn't help hearing my
name, Mrs. T-ukens. I was on the
Ftalrfi. Thank you so much for tak
ing the call." (
"You are very welcome," she re
'pl'ed conventionally, but her smile
6si she relinquished the telephone
was anything but perfunctory. I
realized again that for some reason
or other Mrs. Lukens genuinely
It' was Edith's voloe again over
the,., telephone, and there was a
tenseness underneath' Its common
place inquiry which I understood,
and prepared to. answer.
"I have a message for you and
I.llla," che Bald. "On the way over
here. Rita stopped at the telegraph
office to send a wire, and found a
message there which demands her
rresence In New York Immediately.
Sh will be compelled to miss the
"veddlng and won't even have time
to see you or Lena again, sue
asked me to remember her partic
ularly to you and to tell you to be
sure she would never forgpt all your
kindness to her,, and would wait for
an opportunity to repay it In full."
Why PI1 Edith Hesitate?
I Shivered - Involuntarily as she
finished, for I knew-, enly too well
what the Ironical message meant,
fully realizing what a formidable
enemy Rita Brown could be to any
one. I wondered how much Edith
Vntfn- .,nB ,1.. ...1 ,
of the words she had just repeated."
ITer next words betrayed her nerv
ous worry. . '
" "Isn't LIla coming home pretty
soon ?" she asked.; ."Alfred tele
phoned awhile ago, an& was so dis
appointed to find her out He said
as long as she wasn't here, he and
your husband " she hesitated
perceptibly over the word, "would
'lay and Ylay a few holes of golf.
He Is to telephone again In a half
I made a sudden; oulck resolve.
"Rend him over here after her
when he telephones," I said quick
ly. "And don't worry over any
thing. Everything Is all right. Leila
will tell you ell about It when she
"Thanlk you," she said gratefully.
"Good-b(y," and the receiver clicked
upon its hook.
For a foolish . second or two I
stood tormenting myself with the
remembrance of the way she had
heistated over my -husband's name.
It was the same hesitation which
Dicky elways experiences In speaK
lng of her, and I nex'er have been
able to determine whether it meant
n ronsciousness of ihis thoughts
dwelling too much upon Edith, or a
suspicion of my' jealous feeling to
ward the Virginia girl.
In another minute, however, T
had roused myself and hurried to
word the cottage kitchen. Bv dint
of much tactful urging, the lmner
turbaftlei Mandy was Induced to hur
ry a trifle, and I soon returnpd tn
Leila with a tempting little tea. I
found her religiously following my
e wet tow
val at the
instructions concerning the wet tow
els, end I smile with approval
"Now you're a n!ce-lookInr
cgain. T said cheerily
you've eaten every crumb
of this I'll
make you pretty, to receive a nice
looking gentleman who is coming to
take you home."
I'M THE GUY
I'M THE GUY who punc tuates his
remarks with "See "
Why shouldn't I? I've got to be
sure you get the drift of my re
marks. See? Of course I don't ex
pect an answer, and so I don't give
you time' tr' say whether you see or
you don't see. See? Nor do I In
tend to cast any reflection on your
But you see, "Pee?" Is such a
handy little word to break up a line
of talk, and give one a chance to
think ahead. See?
Of course when I've finished, you
may be all at sea. you've weathered
so many "See's." See? Sort of water
on the brain. See?
No amount of calls or sarcasm Is
going to make mo dron It. See? If
you don't like It, you don t have to,
sep? Yott heard me. See?
I Mike that little old "See?" It's
good enough for me. and it's got to
suit yon. So you might as well make
up your mind not to let It bother
Should school bova be allowed toV.
work on Saturdays?
This would depend upun the na
ture of the work and the physical
condition of the particular boy. The
school teacher and the family phy
sician should be consulted.
Sixty-nine per cent of the world's
yield of copper is produce.l in Amer
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