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CONTRACT RATES ON
Want ada sccepttd at tha following of
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MAIN OFFICE. ...17th and Farnam Sta
South Blda 281H N Sr.
Council Bluffs IB Scott St.
WANT ADS RECEIVED BT PHONE AT
THE BEE will not be responsible for
mora than ona Incorrect lnaertlon o( an
advertlaamant ordered for mora than ona
CLOSING HOURS FOR WANT ADS
Evening Edition .11:45 A. M.
Morning Edition :00 P. 11.
Sur.day Edition ......:00 P. II.. Saturday
DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
HOMELIU?1- Ptrea W, beloved wife of
Charles A. Homellus, died Wednesday.
November 10, aged 61 years. She la
survived hy two daughter, Martha M.
and Caroline M. of Omaha, and one son,
Charles A. of Homer, l.a.
Funeral services at Ilanarom Park
Methodist church Sunday, November it,
at 3 p. m. Interment, private, at Forest
I. awn cemetery. -
MORRISSEY Thomas Francis: aged 4
voars; aurvived by hla mother, Mrs.
Bridget Morrlee ; 6 brothers and 4
Funeral Monday morning from resi
dence. 120 N. 86th Ave., at 8:30 a. m.
to St. Ceclllaa Cathedral at 9 a. m.
Interment Holy Sepulchcr cemetery.
ATTENTION members of Alpha Camp
No. 1, W. O. W. The funeral of Nov.
,1. W. Hood will take place Sunday,
1 4th Inst, at 2 p. m from tha family
residence. 42$ I Burdette street. Mem
hera of the camp especially reqeusted
to be present.
M'CAV Mra. Mary Helen, wife of W. H.
McKay of 5134 N. 83d St., Friday. Nov.
12. Survived by husband and elx chil
dren. Funeral service at family resi
dence Monday, Nov. 13, at 2 p. m. in
terment Forst Lawn cemetery.
MRS. JMXSI13 MOSS, 34 years old. 2801
Miami street, died Sunday at the Ford
hospital. fhe leaves a husband, two
brothers and a, sister. Funeral services
will b announced later. . .
STACK & FALCONER
iMBne AMtiTTT A'IM'Ti, smviru .
ARHUW AlUOUljAiMljCi HABNEY 64
Thirty-third and Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
PIONKER FUNERAL DIBBCTORS.
:ll South Idth St. Douglas i2g.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertaken and Embalmers.
Phone H. 165. Office 2811 Farnam.
FOR AMBULANCE eall South eioTkoTlsko
Funeral Home, 23d and O Sta.
LEE L. LARMON S."
1814 Douglaa St. Douglas 1244.
JOHN BATH, lath and Farnam- D. 8000.
I,. Henderson, i61 Farnam. Douglaa 134S.
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
LOST Black and white pointer dog.
Kor reward ,
Call Walnut 0095.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on atreet cara tele
phone Tyler SO0. We are anxious to re
store loat articles to rightful owners.
OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RT.
LOST Boston terrier bulldog, year old,
whit and dark brown, answers to nane
of Blng.. Tax No. L-0; rewarVl. V.
'P. Jeep. 102 No. 83d. Walnut 2588.
LOST Cat. Mack, yellow and white, near
;10 Wirt street. Reward If returned to
gQ 9. 40th. Harney 0046.
THE 8ALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
' magatlnea. We collect . We distribute.
V ona Doug. 413S and our wagon will
all. Call and Inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1114 Dodgo St. '
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY, Incorporated. Douglaa 1:7.
Arlington Blk.. Omaha, Neb.
Phone Doug. 6877.
MASSAGE 210 North Seventeenth St.
RENT else, vac, cleaner, $1 day. Col. 411
I'lectro-Therapy massage. 318 Neville Blk.
Carpenters and Contractors.
CARPENTERING, repairing, retrodaling
done; storm windows put up U J.
Erlckson, call Wal. 1637.
L. 1.' D ' e U'ifVT i-a Aa
KEEP'S HOTEL ROME.
We teach ballroom and all kinds ot
fancy dancing. D. 2681 or H. 2792.
Trplp'na' School for Dancing. 2424.
XC1 1 illc Farnam, Doug. 7860.
I'R. SKCOR. 1017 1st Nat'l Bk. Ty. 2188.
J AMES ALLAN, 812 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all cases. Tyler U36.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Railway
Ex. Bldg. Dong. 2086. Night. Col. 4S.
to buy hack at email profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO., 402 N. 16tS St. (Doug
las 504. I
HEWING, silks, velvets, skirts, Jackets,
relined, remodeled, reasonable. It. 6804.
1 LAIN sewing, reliable;
QUILTING to order. Call Colfax 0358.
Have you hauling to do every day or
so that doesn't pay to buy a big truek?
Investigate my proposition. - ilcVay.
HAULING all kinds, ashes, rubbish, etc.;
rlndera delivered; basements cleaned
Doug; 8136. ,
HAULING, all kinds, trucks ail sixes; best
" c "cut rnicB. 1 1 yier lltD.
HAULING, ashes, rubbish.
Hemstitching and Pleating.
ACCORDION, aide, knife, sunburst box
Pleating, covered buttons, all aixee and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholee, pennants.
Ideal Button "and Pleating Co.. 208
Brown Blk. Douglaa H36.
Nebr. Planting A Button Co..
nam St. D. 667.
JAMES W. MARTIN, Patent Attorney.
1716 Dodoge St. I Patent your invention
and sell It to a manufacturer.
We rent, repair, sell need lea and parte
15th and Harney. Douglas 1973.
27th and Martha Sta., Omaha. Neb.
Brass, bronse. aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattress
es made from, your own feathers, sum
mer A winter aides. 1907 Cuming. D. 2467.
SAFETY razor blades sharpened, new ra
rors. raxor bladea sold. Omaha Raror
" S"arPnlngvCo,. 15;; 14 Dodge. 103 N. 16.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlalto Drug Store, 15'h
and Douglas Sta.. Omaha. Neb.
POTATOES and applea delivered in five
bushel lots or more, any part of the
1 lota crr
rltv Cll Tvler SJ3S.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Wrlti for prices. The Ensign Co., J 607
LEWIS N. BOISEN, watchmaker and
Jeweler. (01 Securities Bldg. Phone Ty
ler 0960. - .
DICKSON Newman, building, repair
work: -garages, 1150 up. S. 2791 or
SAY IT WITH I LOWERS FROM HESS
A 8WOBODA, 1415 FARNAM STREET.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Douglas- Printing Co. Tel Douglaa 644.
OMAHA WeVdTnq CO. "The Careful
Welders." 15th and Jackson. D. 439?.
Q A "prQ BARGAINS, Uth Farnam.
OAf iO J. , J. Darlght Safe Co.
FULL dress sulfa and tuxedos for rent,
' 10 N 16th St.. John Frldmsn. 1. 3138.
MATTRESSES remade, springs rep. Jttl 7 63
I T. Bradbury.-Ko pain. il v". O. W. Bldg.
otnaha Towe nnpl. 207 s' llih. f Vf"
WEAVING, Old ruga remade. Ty. 1433.
rJ"V ifS3Baf BYOULV-l CAN'T 1
S SvCKwPo RA,N ' HAVEN'T
y ' f-JfeRS CEt1rr' FCR A TAXI 1
y WfiC MA'E NEVE$? i
) (.TL "ofcTO LEFT ME. A -J),
tgkff -twCr S cent- f YW
Furniture and Household Good.
HIGH GRADE FURNI
TURE FOR SALE
Open for Inspection All
Having given up housekeeping
I offer for sale the following fur
niture: 1 living room set.
1 complete dining room set.
3 bedroom suites, one of which
And numerous other furniture
that goes to make up a first-class
home. Will sell it all or separately
at very reasonable prices. Furni
ture is at 3323 rarnam M. borne
one will be there all day Sunday
to permit the inspection of this
Telephone Harney 5327.
SIX-HOLU conl range, with water back.
A-l shape, $20: also gaa atove, H. Web
TWO elegant Simons twin beds or wilt
exchange for baby crib and baby car
riage. Dg. 749.
HOOVER vacuum, like new, $48. W. 1947
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
rfEELNrt IS BELIEVING.
Coma in and let ui show you how
we can save you $G0 to (100 on phono
graphs. $1 records, 45c. Records ex
changed, loo. Shlaes Phonograph Co.,
140 4 Dndxe St, Open Tues., Thurs. and
A. HOSPE CO. tTnJfualc
Pianos for rent,
DRUMS, traps, marimbas, Instructions, re
pairing, fbone narney 26. ueo. A.
Smith 2761 Davenport St.
1LAYER piano, lota of rolls: excellent
condition; bargain. uouax m.
$27 i GRAFONOLA outfit for $125; piano,
$100. ooutms 9449. i
$265 VICTROLA for 8150. Colfax 0348.
OAK library table; $15. Tyler 4310.
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents fcr the CORONA.
Get cur price before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Douglas 4120. 1912 Farnam.
PROTECTOGBAPHS. F. E.'a; bargains.
820 Neville Bide. . .... ...
ALL KINDS OF BOTTLES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CALL DOUGLAS 6407,
OR DOUGLAS 0402.
1-TON Fairbanks No. 4 standard
acale, 34x3H foot platform, also
28-inch Buffalo Forge Co. exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17th and Farnam St. Phone Tyler
GLASS FOR SALE.
SIZES 6x7. 6x8. 8x10, BEST GIIADE;
CAN BE USED FOR HOT HOUSES.
WIRELESS SETS. ETC.
TF TOU Is'EED XMAS MONEY.
Why not sell some of those clothes
you laid away, or those pictures, trunks,
furniture, etc.. stored in the attic?
Someone may be giad to get them, and
an ad in The Bee will help you dis
pose of t-iem. Call the Want Ad De
partment. Tyler 1000.
LADIES' fur coats. Why pay $150. Will
sell you same coat $75, also a $250 aeal
coat $140; have 3 beautiful mink coats
i and 3 seal coats trimmed with beaver,
marten and squirrel. Never worn. Hotel
Harley, 20th and Farnam. Mrs. JIc
Namara. suite 111.
SURE and safe Investment, city warran's
to pay you 10 per cent Interest. $100,
$500 and $1,000 amounts. K. G. Solomon
517 Karbsch Bldg. Douglaa 6262.
WE buy. aell safes, make desks, show
cases.etc. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co.
S. W. Cor. llth and Douglas. D. 2724.
LARGE real Russian Fitch cape, latest
mod"!, perfect matched skin, worth $500.
sell $325. Tyler 5031.
WANTED 40 kitchen chairs in excel
lent condition. Call M. Prcece, Hotel
WILL sell or rent live mallard decoy duck.
NEW gray switches, real hair. Col. 3571.
GROCER'S ice box for sale. Tyler 3680.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks bought, sold and
tiaded. J. C. Reed, 120' Farnam. D. 6116.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
furnllure. Ty. 2598. A. Zavett. 705 N. 16.
GUTTMAN payr highest prices for furni
ture and men's clothes. Harney 6172.
PAINT OR PAPER on ceilings and walls
cleaned, varnishing, ' staining waxing.
Douglas 9505. H. Mell.
HE'S PECT ABLE middle aged lady would
like position as housekeeper In t-achelor's
or widower's home. Have little boy 3
years old; good home considered more
than high wages. .Would 'like country
or ranch home. 3IU4 So. 43d St., and
Oak. Phone Walnut6160.
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee. Lota of good placs are always
advertised. Don't miss them.
Laundry and Day Work.
BUNDLE washing, call msrn'gs, ev'gs.
DYVVORK. Wednesdays and Friday. Dg.
DAY work, experienced, competent h"
IIRST CLASS ironing, running": com
petent; experienced, Web. 4148.
Wipl blanket I see curtains. Har. l!30.
L AY WORK, experienced, South239u7
Laundry and Day Work
CLEANING, Ironing, exp. Web. 1975.
DAT work wanted. Web. 8941.
WHITE woman wsnls ljnrtry. Col. 2511,
ijELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
Young man, , wide awake and
ambitious, 18 to JO, to put in
OMAHA LIBERTY FIRE
1817 Douglas St.
WANTED Experienced Bank Cushier.
Charles A. Wilson. Akron, Colo.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED (S'lrst-claas shoemaker of sev
oral years experience for repairing.
I..tndls & Champion machine, $6.00
per day. Address J. E. Graber,
14 West First. Tulsa. Okl.
WANTED A good Job printer, perma
i.ent situation. Monarch Printing Co.,
WANTED Mechanical and architecture
draftsmen. Befinite Co., 1023 Harney.
FIREMEN, brakemen. $250-1300 monthly;
experience unnecessary. Write only,
Kallway, Box T-1331, Omaha Bee.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE.
110 SOUTH 14TH ST. CATALOGUE FREE
Salesmen and Solicitors.
to Sell .
Address Box R-SO.i.
SI'Ei.'l ALTV talesman in silverware, rugs
and blankets; can use couple of good
men; out-of-town work. C. F. Adams
Co.. 623 South Sixteenth St.
WANTED Five salesmen for city work,
good pay to hustlers, for appointment
call Walnut 3699.
AGENTS capable of handling a high-class
proposition. s0 and bonus. Heo Jiooay
601 World-Herald Bldg.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED Man to wash dishes from
6:30 p. m. to 10:30 p. in., apply Oma
ha Club, 20th and Douglas Sts.
WANTED Several energetic yonng men
to represent us In this city and vicinity;
the work consists of soliciting, collect
ing, etc.: salary $30 weekly, excellent
chances for advancement. For particu
lars write Continental Adjustment Co.,
Dept. 204, McKay Bldg.. Portland, Ore.
HELP WANTED FEMALE,
Stores and Offices.
GIRLS and young men to prepare for
government positions, $1,100 to $1,600
per year to start; , personal Instruction
in shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping,
accounting, etc., enables you to qualify
quickly. Call Douglas 7774.
STENOGRAPHER wanted. One who can
do bookkeeping preferred. Moderate
salery to start. Give experience, age and
phone number. Address Box X-123.
U. S. GOVERNMENT wants hundreds
women and girls as file clerks; $1,340
year; particulars free; answer Imme
rllately. Box Y-1341. Omaha Bee.
COLORED girl wanted to ailanver pnon-,
good wages, Webster 4150.
Professions and Trades.
An agreeable ami profitable occupa
tion for young women.
See Mrs. Morris for positions tnd op
portunities in this employment,
bloom 616 New Telephone Building.
.VTED Wa.ht drapers, finishers, and
helpers; also girl who understands cut
ting and making linings. Jessie F. Fox
774 Saunders Kennedy Bldg.
CHOCOLATE dipper wanter. ?20 week.
Olympia Candy Kltohcn, 15th and Far
nam. Saleswomen and Solicitors.
WANTED Energetic ladls to take orders
for "BA1ICELEY CORSETS." Orders
may be ttken In your own home. Earn
$5 a dav and up whll? learning. Miss
Ella Quinn. City Mgr.. 1439 X. 17tn.
WANTED Five salesladies for city work,
good pay to hustlers, for appointment
call Walnut 3699.
Household and Domestic.
Watch the Domestic Column of The
Bee Want Ads. Good, well-paid and
homelike places always advertised.
WANTED AT ONCE
Good girl for general housework. Small
family, modern conveniences Laundress
kept. No small children, good wages,
good home to right girl. Address Box
XI2, Omaha Bee.
WANTED Experienced second girl,
small family; no laundry; references.
Mrs. W. J. Hynts. 433 So. SSth St...
WANTED Middle-aged woman for com
panion to aged lady and help wlih
housework, ills. J. M. Dunbar, Avoca.
WANTED A rood maid, small family,
nestJof wages, laundrv done. Mrs. G-o
E. Mlckel. 110 South 61st St. Wal. 15 1 9
WANTED Elderly woman to assist with
general housework; small family, good
home. Call after II a. m. Har. 5183.
GIRL for general housework: small faml
Iv; no washing; wages $12 per week.
MFANTED An experienced housemaid.
Mrs. Chas. M. Wllhelm, 3602 Jackson
St., Har. 206. .
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
Mrs. Arter. 3526 Harney. Harney 6865.
WANTED Housekeeper for a lone man.
Address Box 676, Pierce, Colo.
Hotels -nd Restaurants.
WAITRESS wnnted at once. La Hue
cafe. 24th and Ames Ave. Col. 08.S9.
WANTED Competent while cook: two In
family. Harney 0775.
AN elderly lady for companion for a young
widow living on a farm; small wags;
oorresnoiKl with Mrs. Anna Voss, Mil
"BIO 818TBRS ASSOCIATION f.r t"ii
benefit cf business girls. 663 Bee Blag
I NEVER HAVE. ANW LUCK -
PeOMiiEO ONTY I'O MEET HIH
OUT HOW AM ) ONNA MAKE
IN "Tr-tUb RAllS
Male am) Female.
WANTED Men, ladles nnd boys to lenm
barber trade: big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Tji-Cily BHrber Colluge.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses in accountancy, machine
bookkeeping, comptometry, shorthand
snd typewriting, railroad and wireless
telegraphy, civil service and all Eng
lish and commercial branches. Write,
call or puuue Dougms 1566 for largu
Illustrated catalog. Address
Boyles Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Van Sant School of B'islness,
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg
GEN ER AL Jl ERCH AND1SE.
'In town of 500, northeastern Colorado,
doing lamest buwinesH in town, fino lo
cation and is fine opportunity for a
live mm. I'ltsent owner desires to re
tire' account old aue. Soft water, elec
tric listlits, high school in town. Stock
will run around $20,000, with easy terin.i.
Will help finance responsible man. The
Sedgwick Investment 'Co., Sedgwick,
FIRST-CLASS, fully equipped blacksmith
shop, 7 miles from Omaha, for sale.
Box 216. Ralston, Ncb
TO GET in or out of business, see LEWIS
& Co.. 411 McCaguo Bldg.
FOR SALE 14-room rooming house, furn
ished ' for sleeplne and housekeeping,
furnace heat brick flat, terms. 17i!0
FOR RliNT ROOMS.
COMPLETE RM. LIST OF ALL
CHOICE ROOMS IN OMAHA
FOR BENEFIT OF OUR
READERS AND ADVERTIS
ERS. CALL FOR IT ANY
TIME. TYLER 1000, WANT
ir,'.2 SOUTH 31st', very warm nicely fur
nished room, corner room, large closp',
line modern home, one block to We.t
I'ark car, one block to good hoarding
place; also small room, $10. Harney
SINGLE and double rooms for men only.
running hot and cold water, steam neat,
wallilns distance. Brown Bachelor
Apts., SO" No. 21st St. Douglas 5li4t.
Very desirable room or sleeping porch
with' dressing room.- West Farnam dis
trict. , Phone Harney 6076.
DESfRABLE steam heated front sitting
room and bedroom adjoining for couple
employed or 2 gentlemen, modern; als-J
sleeping room, Web. HiOD.
NEATLY furnished front room; strictly
modern, suitable lor z, preier coupio
employed; garage if desired. Web.
NICE room for one or two; girls pre
ferred; walking distance to south Oma
ha. 4 740 S. 13th St.
TWO sleeping rooms, reasonable, youn
men p-ef-.rrivl, 2501 .St. .Marys Ave.
"424 A ST.. MOUTH SIDE Beautifully
furnished room for 1 tp ! young men.
NICELY furnished room, breakfast, din
ner if desired, reasonable. Dg. 505O, or
NICELY furnished front room: private
modern home; gentlemen preferred. Har.
FURNISHED room in modern home.
Hanscom Park district; reasonable. liar.
II 4 1 0.
NICE steam heated sleeping room lit mod
ern private home. 1507 Yates. Web.
WANTED A modern room, with break
fast in a good neighborhood, by mother
and daughter. Wal. 2390. all clay.
LARGE., sleeping room, suitable for two.
1128 NT. 17th. Call, Web. 2508 after five.
COMFORTABLY furnished 2-room apart -
cient. 2501 St. Mary Ave. Ty. 2093
MODERN room, employed couple or
ladies, close In, Park Ave, Har. C 4 ; :t .
ROOM-"Ff'tt KENT," $3 PKH W K E K,
LADY J'HEFERRED. HARNEY5S11.
WELL 'furnished, clean room in steam
heated apt. private family. Har. 1604.
NICELY furnished sleeping rooms, reason
able, call Webster 080.1.
NICELY furnished rooms. .1111 No. 25th
St., Tyler 4S14.
BEAUTIFUL room, gentleman preferred.
NiCKLY furnished, 116 N. 25th St. Ty
FURNISHED rooms. 2035 Harney. Dg.
WEST FARNAM Large, nice front south
east front room on car Hue. Har. 4S15.
COZY warm, homeliko room; modern;
private fa.nily. 2204 Emmet. Webster
ONE large room furnished for housekeep
ing. 25U6 ioui;las.
MODERN furnished room. 17tli and Chi
cago. CIo urv A p L No. 6. Call D. 7 67 5.
NICELY furnished room, private family
for gentleman. Harney 4465.
SOUTH room. Vlfo and cheerful for the
winter. Call Har. 6918.
DUNDEE, comfortable warm rooms. Wal.
FRONT room for rent. Harney 7283.
NICE modern steeping room. Harney 3172.
CAM ."'( Ml COM PL KTE LI ST 6 F 1 1 0 US k2
KEEPING ROOMS IV CITY. WE HAVE
THE. BEST IN CITY. CALL TYLER
1000. WANT AD. ASIC ABOUT OUR
BEE BOOM LIST, PUBLISHED EVERY
WEEK FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF OUR ADVERTISER!
AND READERS. TYLER 1000. WANT
TWO nice, modern housekeeping rooms
to couple who work, 2209 1 street.
Board and Rooms.
FOR CHOICE BOARD AND RM.
WATCH THE BEE WAN!'
ADS, AND IF YOU DO NOT
IM'D WHAT YOU WANT IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL
TY. 1000 AND ASK ABOUT
OUR COMPLETE LIST OF
VEST Farnam -distrii't, well furnished
front room, large closet, private family,
1 block from car; hreal.Li.st if desired.
Telephone Wal. 3054.
TWO rooms in modern brb k flai ; Hans
com park district. Heat, light, phone
furnished. Adults only. Har. 1230. 2MI3
Poppletoll Ave. '
THREE large roc nis, with bath, all mod
ern except heat. S2u. Harney 2752.
THREE cozy rooms, modern exempt heat.
4222 Lafayet leA vc. W a 16 38 0 ,
UNFURNISHED rooms, $1 ft room; clean,
warm. Call wejbsirrMi2.
TWO unfurnished front rooms, modern
except heat: $U Har. 4081,
TWO modem looms, walking distance.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
HOUSE of six rooms, modern except
beat, ga litvitcr In hsirroom on cai
llnc, $1", niso garage, $1. Dg. 7162.
SEE JIGGS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
AH! HA" THINK
I HAVE IT tsOLVEO.'
FOR RENT HOUSES.
VKHY desirable homo finished in oak
throughout. Four bedrooms. Hot water
heat. 3S117 Fttruiim St. Vacant aoon.
Tyler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.'
5-room 'house. No. 1415 N. 38th St.
Inquire of owner at 1415 N. 40th St.
Not have ov;r three in family. J3. P.
Griffin, Back door.
FIVE-ROOM house, furnished or unfur-1
msneo, rnr rent, south
FORWENT APTS. AND FLATS
THE EL-BEUDOR. ;
Dodge, at 18th Street
Omaha's Newest and Finest Ex
clusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
WE don't: object to children in our apt.?.
Have a :,-room, completely ' furnished
apt. In "Hollywood" for $95 per month.
W ORTH T 1 1 K MONEY. DO U G LAS 1734
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists In apartment management.
Furnished apartments in the
blackstone hotel. h. 946.
FOR RENT Business Property.
FOR rent or sub-lease, storeroom 25x107
feet, best location In Kearney, Neb. We
are vacating January 1, to get larger
rooms. Rcferencea required. J. C. Penny
Co., Kearney, Neb.
1WO story brick building, 22x60 feet, on
l lth, near Douglas, fine for small factory
or jobbing. $125 per month. Dg. 1734.
FINE ground floor office space for rent.
Ask for Hopson. The Hopson Co., 203
s. mil st.
SINGLE office located in front of eleva
tor. Apply First Nat. Bank. Room 400.
WELL located store loom, suitable for
offices. Doug. 5832. Mr. Kemp.
SEE F. D. WE AD, 310 8. 1STH ST.
For Rent Offices.
VERY attractive smalt office; rent very
reasonable, (.'all room 409 Finance
Bldg. (Old telephone building). 1817
MOVING AND STORAGE.
WE assemble and forward carloads oi
both household goods and automobile.
Watch this column, as it will keep yen
informed where we are makir g carload
Jf you are shipping to any of the cities
represented or to towns adjacent lo out
slapping points, see us abort 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
ice. Today we are accepting shipments to
the following cities: Los Angeles, CaI.;
GORDON FIREPROOF WARE
HOUSE AND VAN CO..
219 N. llth St. v
Phone Douglas 394. Omaha. Neb.
STORAGE. .MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAL SERIVCE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS,
lfith and .Tackscn Sts. Douglas 28S.
MOVING, PACKING. STORAGE.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, narking and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 South IClh. Doug. 41(1
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 340C-.
5l6bE VAN. TRANSFErT AND
For real service in hauiing or stor
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
Auto or wagon servioe.''
" " UNION TR ANSF ERC(X
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and storaee. 10; Davenport. Doug. 290S.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
f21 S, F
for sale. E. Backstrom
7tn St., Des Moines, Lt.
FOCK months old Airedale pup.
HOLLER-HARK mountain canaries. Wal.
Will TE Koxvrriert7or-Wa lnut"003L
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
HAY, $18 per ton, delivered. A. W. WS
oner. 801 No. 1 tit h St. Doug. 42.
THOROUGHBRED Jersey bull calf to em
change for ton of hay. Colfax 0270.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
.We have some splendid 1919
newly painted I'ords for sale, cash
or terms. Try one and yoii'll buy
Drive It Yourself Co.,
1314 Howard St. Douc. 3622
THERE IS BUT ONE WAY
to buy o jfood quality used
i ar. Wf have a larvse number
of different malirs in jrood
ronditlon. Our noiWtinn rep
I'psonts rool rubstflritial value
Ht prices far below their ac
CAN WE SERVE YO.U?
2f.,lh and liar i:e
.Waiiy m-iv Hudson Speed
ster for sale at a bargain.
Terms If desired. Call Har
ney uOeti. -Mr, Blessing.
Typo f.". .7.passenger, touring, in r
relletit condition. Terms if desired,
Call -Mr. Blessing. Harney 50(6.
YOU W ANT TO SELL IT
ADVERTISE IT IN THE BEE.
STORAGE FOR RENT
Live or dead storngo for automobiles
PALACE AUTO LIVERY CO..
:5d &. Cuming Sis. . Doug. Old
KEEP THE RAIN
orr ONTIL I ,T
t i-wwr-i -
I LL HOCK
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
$35 WILL rent space for your car uniil
April 1. 1921, at 1501 Marry St.
Hartung'a Transfer Co., Tyler 1976.
BARGAIN In 2ti or 3-ton dump body,
also Wood's hoist. Very reasonable,
address Box XXX, Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
1917 Maxwell Roadster. , Good run
nine order. Only $125. See car at Vln
ton Garage. 1630 Vinton St., or call
Guaranteed batteries at Vi price. Ty
ler 6343. 26lo Leavenworth.
REO SIX SEDAN, NEW TIRES. BAR
GAIN. GOOD AS NEW. RUN ?,000
BRAND new Stephena Salient Six, only
driven few weeks: owner leaving city.
will sell cheap for cash, one-third off
less than new cost. Phone soutn Zd3.
SOME bargain In used Ford irnre Mo
Caffrey Motor to. The Handy Ford
Service Station. 15th and Jackson. Doug
FOR SALE Dodge commercial car, fine
condition. Has been driven 3 000 miles.
Priced right for quick sale. Call Doug
FORDS. DODGES. BUICK FOR SALE OP.
TRADE. EASY TERMS. CALL S. J55
O'ROURKE AUTO CO.. 3701 S. 24th St.
WANTED For snot nash. 100 jsed cars
quick action; no delay. Auto Exchange
Co.. 2059 Farnam St. uougiaa nven
WE have 60 good used cara to seiec
from. All prlceB.
KEEKS AUTO CO.. 2026 Farnam.
THE DIXIE FLYER,
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY.
2520 Farnam St.
OAKLAND Ser.sible Six.
MARSH -OAKLAND Co
20th Harney Sta.
FORD TOURING, new tires and tubes,
new radiator, recently overhauled, $225.
YOUR hauling contracted by hour, day
or year. Trucks, any size; best service,
best rales. 1501 Marry St.
1919 OAKLAND ROADSTER. WILL
SACRIFICE. DOUG. 7040.
FORD SEDAN, perfect condition, all ex
tras. $750 for quick sale. Tyler 4449
1918 A-l I'ORU truck, a bargain.
Grocery. 27th and Lake Sts.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
WRITE for our list of guaranteed rebuilt
motorcycles. Victor 11. Roos, 27th and
Leavenworth. Dept. B, Omaha. Neb.
Real Estate Loans
WILL pay good interest for $10,000, $4,000
of this amount wanted at once, balanco
over a period of several months if more
convenient for party making loan. Se
curity, Omaha real estate, gilt edged.
Boe, Box W-ll.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1116 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2716
WE are again i:i position to make first,
mortgage loans. SHOPMN & CO., 234
$luo to $10,000 made promptly.
F D. WEAD. Wead Bldg., 310 S. ISth S
l'BOMPT service, reasonable rates, private
money. Garvin Bros. 346 Omaha Nat
I 'ARM for rent, 240 acres, 24 miles from
Council Bluffs, miles from Hender
son. All good land. .1. G. Bone, Grand
hotel. Council Bluffs, la. Phone 273.
Colorado Lands. -
Pay Cost of Putting in
Crop, $10,000, Balance 6 Per Cent
On Crop Payment Plan.
640 a. 150 a. in wheat, 610 broken,
5 mi. t iwn. The crop will likely sell
atone at S23.O00 nct fall. T. A.
1 Smith, .lulcsburg, Colo.
ItiO ACRES, all in wheat; new improve
ments; 2S miles Denver. 2 miles Ben
nett: two large elevators: consolidated
school: terms. T. C. Shoinber, owner,.
160 A. Burlington, Colo., $600 down or
will take Omaha property. Colfax 4182.
4 Texas Lands.
5C AN ACRE CASH
Texas school lands for sale by the
state at $2 per acre; Ec per iicre cash,
balance in 40 years, a ner cent interest
Send 6c postage for further informa
tion. Investor Publishing Co., Dept. 26.
San Antonio, Tex.
24 ACRES IMPROVED
Graham-Peters Realty Co.,
829 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.. 6maha, Neb.
Douglas :'S3. Evenings Wal. 1103.
SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA, center of a
great farming country. Write for free
agrlrultural booklet. Board of Com-m-rce,
Wanted Houses to Sell
The Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
The McCague Investment
If. 06 Dodge St.
WE WANT HOUSES TO SELL.
Buvers galore! Come in and see us.
". T. MULVIH1LL, Realtor.
200 Brandcis Thca. Bldg.i
Phone Doug. 0096.
To huv or sII Omaha Real Estate ac-i
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1I20City Nat BU Bldg Douglas J426.
YOU "WANT TO SELL THAT HOUSE'
Want quick action? Just try us. Call
OSBORNE REALTY CO.. 420 B51.
W. G. SHRI VERrSi11"
in4 7 - Oma haNa t Bk.B!d g.Doug. 1 6 36.
HAVE Inquiries for homes: do you want
to sell your property's List it with C.
A. Grtmmel. Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
LIST your home with me or lr yon an
looking for house see ine. Frank J
Panowlch, 636 Pax'on bik.
LiFt YOU R PROP ERT Y WITH
GLOVER Jfe SPAIN, Realtors.
C18-20 City NafI Bank. Douglas JSJ'O.
HAVE buyers with $600 cash down. List
with us. R. F. Clary Co., 2404-06 Ames
Ave., North Omaha Realtors. Col. 0175.
605 Omaha NafI Bk. Bldg. Douglas 2182
LISTINGS WANTED. .
Western Real Estate Co., 412 Korbarh Bldg.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
WE II AVE an unuaually wll locale.l ple'e
of trackage at 7lh and Leavenworth,
81x132. tracks on both sides. At right
price Alfred Thomas. hOI First l.'et'l
Bee want ads arc best business
Drawn for The Bee by McMamis
Copyright, 1920 International Nrwa Service
Red Cross Booths
Drive Now Open
Workers in Campaign 1 As
signed to Duty fin Banks,
Hotels, Theaters, Stores
' And Railroad Stations.
Scores of booths will open Mon
day morning in banks, hotels, thea
ters, stores and railroad stations for
the sale, of Red Cross memberships.
The booths will be in charge of vol
tintecr workers, as follows:
Banks: Mrs. R. Kulakofsky,chairman.
First National bank. Miss Mollle Corby in
charge, Omaha National bank, Mrs.
liarry Fleishman. United States Na
tional bank, Mrs. Abner Kaiman. Ne
braska National bank. Miss Etta Saler.
Merchants National bank, Mrs. J. B, Katz,
Corn Exchange bank. Mrs. Mate Mantel.
Slate bank, Miss Bessie White. Con
servative Savings and Loan, Mrs. Bram
scn and Mrs. S. H. Schaefer.
Hotels: Mrs. Arthur Mullen and Mrs.
Peter Jolly, chairmen. Conant hotel. Mrs.
Jay M. Cook In charge. Fontenelle hotel,
Mrs. F. L. Smyth'. Henshaw hotel. Mrs.
Penn Fodrea. Castle hotel, Mrs. J. Hamil
ton. Hill hotel, Mrs. James H. Hanley Loyal
hotel, Mrs. D. J. Creedon. Paxton hotel,
Mrs. Ireno Murphy. Wellington Inn. Mrs.
F. E. Masterson. Carlton hotel, Mrs. B.
Reese. Sanford hotel, Mrs. A. Fall. Mer
chants hotel, Mra. P. Gilllsple. Rome hotel,
Mrs. J. Shields. Blackstone, Miss Mary
: Stations: Mra. C, J. Hubbard, chairman
Burlington station. Mrs. B, C. Fowler, in
charge, SIrB. Marie Neisman. Mrs. Harry
Mallow, Mrs. Anderson. Union station,
Mrs. C. J. Hubbard In charge, Mrs. John
Golden, Mrs, John La Valle, Beatrice
Department stores: Mrs. Maud Fleharty,
chairman. Brandois stroes. Mrs. Mae
Hull. Mrs W. C. Bailey, Mrs. Earl Sweet.
Hayden Bros.. Allss Esther Christiansen,
Miss Alice Ulman. Thomas Kllpatrlck & Co.,
Miss Dollle Brrnett, Miss Hellina Brlsbin.
Burgess-Nasii Co., Mrs. Maud Sevrens,
Mrs, A. A. Nelson. Mrs. Ruby Nearhood.
Orrhard & Wllhelm Co., Mrs. Nan Caesar,
Mrs. Louise Saffren. Thompson-Beldon
Co.. Mrs. Harriet Sickles. Mrs. Ie?o Hadis.
Central Market, .Mrs. Marie Erlckson, Mrs.
Mable Cronemeyer. Eldredge-Reynoldi
Co., Mrs-. Alice Burnett, Mrs. A. M. Post.
Theaters: Mrs. L. J. Healey. chairman:
Strand, Canteen Company A, in charge of
Mrs. (1, L. Bradley; Orpheum, Canteen
Company B in charge of Mrs George Prinz;
Gaycly. Canteen Company C, In charge of j
Airs, ham Burns; Brantleis, Canteen Com
pany D, In charge of Mrs. S. S. Caldwell;
Empress, Canteen Comnany F. in charge
of Mrs. A. F. Smith: Sun, Canteen Com
pany G, in charge of Mrs. A. D. Klein:
Moon, Canteen Comnanv H. in chars-e nf
Mrs. H. H. Baldrige; Rialto. Canteen Com
pany j, in charge of Miss Elizabeth Kerns:
Muse. Canteen Comiaanv I. tu cluirtrA nf
Mrs. Barton Millard.
Drug stores In charge of Mrs. ft. A.
Findley and Miss Katherine McCormlck.
Clubs In charge of Mrs. .1. E. Davidson:
Protestant churches in charge of Mrs. W.
E. Bolln. Catholic churrhes under No
tional Catholic Women's league, under
leadership of Mrs. L. C. Nash. Camp
Firo girls In eharsre of m.ikinc- v.Ma rn,i
arm-bands. Boy Scouts In charge of
messenger and poster service, and assist
ing in ckurcaes. Mrs. R. M. Swltzler will
have charge of booths on South Side.
Washington. D. C. Nov 1 4 rsn,.ui
cicftmiu. j.,,,? ui. ..oi. junan a. Ken
ramln, liith cavalrv. is relieve,! tmm ,intv
rori. j a, nusseu, vv yo., and will pro
ceed to Omaha.
Postmasters anon nled- TiBiiinti r
Feight at Prole. Warren county, Iowa, vice
cisie j.. hooi. resigned: Ennis w. Pointer
t Nefsy, West county: Wyoming, vice
lohn E. Higglns, removed: H. F. McPher
on at Corson, Minnehaha county South
uaaoia, vrce Ole E. Fauske, resigned.
113 FEET ON 11TH ST.,
$50 PER FOOT.
BOSTWTCK. 40 Peters Trust Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
I NEED a Ford and will sacrifice mv
. leaje on 10 ax'res oil land In Texas,
valued at $S00. Box T-I33S, Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
VALSH-ELMER CO.. Realtors, Real
Estate. Investment, Insurance, Rentals
Tyler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
NETHAWAY. Sub'.rhan prop'ty. Col. 14'A
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Omaha Ral Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxlon Blk. Phone Tyler 4S80.
A FEW homes and lots for sale In Park
wood addition: a safe place for Invest
ment. Norrls Norria. Douglaa 4270.
FIVE-ROOM cottage, all modern, vacant.
For quick sale. $4,000. See owner,
FOR SALE 4907 Davenport, eight-room
house, two lots, garage, double sleeping
porch, in excellent condition.
FOR quick sale. 1416 N. 22:h St., 6 iiik.
$250 cash. $15 per V.o. Creigh, 60S
Bee. Doug. 0200
J. B. ROBINSON, leal estate and !avejl
ment. 442 Bee Bldg. Douglaa S 0 7.
BENSON - METERS" CO.." 424 Om. Nat'l
7 ROOM, hot water beat, corner lots.
. $37.30 per mo., Immediate possession.
S and R. E. Montgomery. 213 City Natl.
FOR COLORED Five rooms, part mod
ern: price $2,2oo; $260 cash, $22 month.
Benlamln & Frankenburg. 624 . Peteri
Trust. Douglaa 0722.
MINNE I.USAhome and lota offer the"
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler I'M. '
COLORED Four-room modern home; ilo
cash, ba!a-.v easy. Johnson, Web.
5 ROOMS struuv modern, full basement,
2 lots, garag" -'i-nt drive. Col. 4182.
TDT P tTTTT R E A L E S T A T E;
OiniVll1 J. sells. Rents, Insures.
360. Peters Trust Bldg. DongM?-
i-ROOM, cement biock house. near
Windsor school. .$3,000.
G. P. STEBBINS, 110 Chirago.
8 to 12
Now is the time to convert your
ln interest bearing securities
into those with higher yield. Call
for personal interview, or write
2d Floor Wead Bldg.
ISth and Farnam,
Phone Douglaa 5832.
By ALEXANDER DANA NOYES.
Chicago Trlhune-Oiunha lie Leased Wire,
New York, Nov. 14. -It was said
repeatedly in Walt street during Uii
week's persisten,' and heavy declines
in all the markets, that something
must have happened in the business
community of which the public bad
not learned. As a matter of fact
nothing had happened, or was hap
uening, except what any intelligent
watcher of the business situation
should have knoVn more than three
mouths ago. It was then clearl
apparent what kind of situation had
teeen created by the frenzied spec
ulation which had been pursued for
a year on the basis of widclv
extended credit, and which had beem i
continued up to the very moment
when the banks had to take in sail
and when the consuming public snd
ccnly stopped buying.
There was a more or less preva
lent idea that UV awkward conse
quences had been averted at that
time by a quick response of the
mercantile community to the federal
reserve board's warnings, and no
they might have been, if merchants
and producers generally had recog
nized and accepted the situation.
Unfortunately the belief was wide
spread that the reserve board was
exaggerating the matter, that prices
of merchandise which were falling
in the spring because of the ti lit
money would advance again in the
autumn because of curtailed pro
duction. Business concerns which were then over
extended and which would not get their
loans renewed, had to sell their goods n
once; every bodv saw the evidence of that,
liquidation In midsummer, not only in the
"million dollar clothing sales," but lu
the host of retail shops, which had sud
denlv come Into existence, offering stand
ard goods at heavy reductions, But this
represented only the Helling which could
not be deferred. Other large accumula
tions of merchandise were stubbornly
withcld from market In the hope of
better nutuinn business. Even the man
ufacturers postponed, their "spring an
nouncements." for weekB beyond the cus
tomary date. When these large pro
ducers gave no hop of anything but
much lower prices, the holders of the
unsold blocks of merohnndlso knew that
further delay on their own part whs
Impossible. The events of thn last fori -night
and especially of the past week,
have been the quite inevitable consequence.
Klectlon Influences Mnrkets.
Persistence In the Idea of a return to
the old high prices has been costly.
It was remarked last week that Ihe
election had Influenced the drygoods mar
ket, but only because holders of mer
chandise who ought to have liquidated
long ago, stick to their position beraus"
things were "hound to be better after
the election." thus leaving an accumu
lated selling pressure to occur when the
hope was disappointed; that the grain
growers' propaganda for $3 wheat did in
fluence the grain market, but only be
cause of the belief instilled that our
farmers would dellberatoly sacrifice their
own trade to Candad. and that the night
riders nnd the conventions did influence
the cotton market, but only because of
apprehHMun that. If the marketing of
cotton vee actually checked, the southern
ban.tK, whose funds were tied up in It.
would be left in an awkward situation.
' So far as concerns the actual strain on
credit due to coincidence of tha demand
of ordinary trade with the demands of
speculative, dealers who had oversiaye,;
their market, lt W possible that the worst
is over. What Wall Streets calls '"The
Peak" of Hie money stringency would or
dinarily have occurred by the middle of
November and, in fact, the statement pub
lished Saturday for the entire federal re
serve syrtem showg at least some relaxa
tion of the strain. A week ago both the
total loan account and the total note cir
culation of the 12 reserve banks reached
the high mark of their history, having In
creased almot uninterruptedly since the
middle of September. Last week thr
loans decreased $63,900,000 and their out
standing notee $35,800,000, end the ratio
of reserve, although iia improvement was
only fractional, Is nevertheless higher
Vhan any since October 1,
Quotations by Gilinsky Fruit Co.:
Oranges 126, 588, 11.00: 150. 27.0, 12. Oo;
376, 200. 21C. 12.60; 324. 360, 10.00. Lem
ons 300 G. B., 7.00; 360 G. B., 6 80; 30
!. C. 6.50: S60 S. C 6.00. Grape Fruit
4C, 64, 6.00; 64, 70. 8, 6.60. Grapes Red
Emperors. 2.60: Ditto, Drums. 7.O0; Al
monas, 8.00- Pears Colorado Keifers box,
Apples Michigan Bsk. Keifers, ! 00;
Extra fancy wash delicious 66064, 72, Sc.
a?. 5.00; 911. 100. 713, 12.. 18, Jo, it,:;.
4.50; New York haldwins bbls.. 6 50: New
Tork baldwins befct, 2 00; New York var
ieties bbls.. 6.60: New York varieties
bskts,, 2.25. Idaho Jonathans Exira
'ancy fall sizes) 3.50; Fancy (nil sizes)
3.25: Choice (ail sizes) 3.00. Extra fanjy
Idaho rellrlous 160. 163. 3.60; 175 and
smaller. 3.00, Choice Wlnachee delicious
313 and larger, 3.50: 125. 138. 3.25: l5o,
163, 3.00; 175 and smaller, 2.75. Winter
Bananas Fancy, per box, 3.50. Jonathars
Face anil fill. 2.75.
Cranberries Bells and Bugle, per bl: .
15.00; Jumbo, 17.00; .Late Howe, 15.00;
Celery California Bough Jumbo. Cr:.,
8.00: California Jumbo. Do., l.o.
Vegetables Onions; No. 1 Red Globe,
2'iie: No. 2 Red Globe, lic; crate Span
ish 50 s and 72s. $2.50.
Polatics Red Star, sweet, barrel. $0.00;
Jersey hampers, $3.75; Arkansas baskets.
$2.00: Minnesota Rod River Cut, 2."r. :
Nebraska Ohios, cut, $2.25; Idaho White,
Cabbage Crate, or sack, pound, 2c. Ton
lots, sacked, 1 K'C
Nuts English walnuts; No. 1 Diamond.
2714c; No. 2 Diamond, 21 He: Budded
Diamond, 31c; large, 18c; medium, 16c;
walnuts, 1XL.. 2Sc: Drake, 20c; small
pts 5 cents a pound above list.
txiCoanuts saeli lots, s.ou;per dozen,
Peanuts Jumbo: raw. 17c; roasted, 19c;
No. 1 raw. 12c: roasted, 15c.
Miscellaneous Checkers. Chums, Cracker
Jacks, 100 to case, prize, $7.0; No, P.,
$6.75; 50 to case, prise, $3.50; No. P
Honey 24 frames, $6.50.
Dromedary Dates 36 packages. $ii.7S
Figs 24. eight ounce. $.00; 50. st
ounce, $4.50: 70. four ounce, $6.&0:
pound fancy, 17ic; choice. 16'; foiu
crown Smyrna, pound, 32c; seven; crown
Smyrna, pound. ,",8c.
egotables Root; neets. carrots, paxs-
nipsl bagoes. per pound, 24c; turnips. 4 :
green pepoers. basket, $2.00: cauliflower,
crates, one doxon. $2.25; head lettuce.
erate, $5.00: head letturce. dozen. $2.00:
California tomatoes, lugs. $3.00: leaf let
tuce, dozen. 75c; egg plant, dozen, $2.00.
Oysters "King Cole" Chesapval.-e
standard, $2.75 gallon; 65o large cans; 4.".-
s.nall cans; "King Cole" Chesapeake se
lects, $.1,15 gallon; 70c large cans: 0
small cans;; King Cole" northern stand
ards. $3.35 gallon; 70c large cans: 50. i
small cans; ''King Cole" northern selectv
.i.i0 gallon; ,c large cans: inc smaU
cans; King i ole New J oris counts, sl,",!
gallon: 80c largu cans; 60c small cans.
fresh tlsn t nannei caitssii, sizes ti
t, 23c pound: bullheads, large northern,
c pound: fresh halibut, 5-8 pounds. 2":
pound; fresh red salmon, 23e pound; fr.-sii
rail salmon, ttc pouna : nannur, meaium,
32c pound: frozen halibut, medium. 'c
pound: halibut, chicken. 21c pound; char
nel catfish, northern stock. 32c pour, !
trout, sUes to suit. 20 pound; b!B(li bass
o 35c: black bass, medium lo small.
Kc pound; crrrpics. o. .. 24c p;nc .
( -oppies. medium, 15c pound; whitcfis.:.
tine sixes, market black cod. 17c pound.
Frogs Jumbo. $3.73 dozen; ivdium,
$1.85 dozen: small. 65c dozen.
do not worry the ittvestor
who buys high grade listed
stocks and bonds outright
and holds them for pel U1&-
The Kriebcl Plsn ot oat-right buv
log on coa-resucnt Delineate will
make of twj a good invewor. lt
enables von to control five times as
Urge Mock of aerurMei as too
could control on s cash basis. You
let all dividends while paring.
Oox tnssjaxine, "Inmmnl," will
keep you poeto-1 on the vital news
about tbe better class of listed MniH
ties. Ask us to send it to eon free
for sis months. Dept. 1.
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