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Classified Advertising Rates
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( lta per lino )mr day, S consecutive days
15 per line per day, 7 consecutive days
lie tier line jtr day, 30 consecutive days
No ads taken for leas than a tutal of 33c.
Thcso rates apply eltlier to the Dully
or Suniluy Hee. All advertisements ap
lfKr In both morning and evening daily
Haters for the one charge. -
CONTRACT RATES ON
1 Want ad accepted at the following of.
.MAIN OFFICE... ...17th and Farnara Sta
Pouth Sldo S313 N SC.
Council Bluffs IS Scott St.
. i WANT APS nrcCKITKD DT PIIONhl AX
, TVLKR 1000.
TFIE BEK wUI not be responsible for
moi'O than ono Incorrect Insertion of an
advertisement ordered for more than ouo
.. f time.
.'JUOEINO HOURS FOR WANT ADS.
Evening Edition ..11:48 A. M.
Morning Edition I9 P. M.
Sunday Edition .... ..0:80 P. M,. Saturday
DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES
80RN8U.N Martin, aged 73, 813 N. 5th
St.. died Sunday evening.
Funeral Wed, it I K m. at residence.
Tlurinl at Surlnirwell cemetery.
PITSROK A 1VTRTTT AWPR SERVICE
ARROWAiUSUL,ArS,jl:i HARNEY 64
Thirty-third and Farnam.
HULSE& RIEPEN .
PlDNElBK FCNKUAIji DIRECTORS.
701 flDUthltitU St. DouKla122e.
"HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertakers ond Umbalmers. '
Plume Hv 203. Office Still Farosm.
FOR AMBULANCE calf South 680. Korlsko
Funcrali Hume. 23d and O Sts.
1S14 Douglns St.
,1 OHN BATH, IStb, and Farnam. iOW.
U Hcmlernon. 1510 Karmin. Douglas Tt48.
Birilis Lloyd and JlaSon Thomas, 48th
and V. girl; William and BfMio Bwlloelt,
hoFpital,. girl; Anton and Mary Ofitrega,
4430 S. 4 1st, boy; llesbert nnd Agatha
nion, tSl N, 25th, 'feirl; Chartes and
Lydiii Savag 29 N. 44th, boy: John end
Ludimila Barta, l;t27 Drexel. bay; ern
and Margaret Wright, hospital, boy; loyd
and Maude Henzte. hospital, twins, girls;
Arnold and VirKinia And-rson, hoiip tal.
Kirl: Thomat and Mary Wilson, hospital,
niri: Oscar and Marlon Person, hospitul,
anri H11H1 .TnhnSUll. hospital,
eirl: James and Orwco Kipler, 2100 How- L
ird. boy; Francis and lleta Parmer, 210"
Howard, boy; Frank and Frankte Twiss.
923 S. Jlat,. boy; Howard and Beulah
Walker, hospital, boy; David and Marie
Pfelffcr, howpltal, boy; Corrll nd Pearl
Kuhnes. hospital, girl.
DcathsNWry -A. Duncan, 65, iSoS J.
2l1h; Honrv Boyce. it. 8192 Abw Aw,
Ralph K. Razner, Si, Omaha, and Eva
Blake, 27, Omaha.
Edwin O. Adee, 26, Minneapolis, Kaifc,
and Blanche M. Platte, Zl, Omaha.
Jnmes Edmonds, &, Omaha aad Anale
HaVklns, 4, Omaha. .
John Ersklnc, 42,-,AV"eot)iTig "Water, Neb.,
and Mary ltunyan, 44.,; Weeping Water,
George-. R. ' Newman 2S, JCorth Platte,
Neb., and Sara, R. Coon, 27, Brady, la.
Ernie McKee. 22, Vallejo, Cal.and Dor
othy Alt, 20,. Council Bluffs, la. . ,
Jack Sims. J8, Omaha, and Hazel Os
borne, 23, Omaha.
Herman Frumkln, 24, Lincoln, Neb., and
. Ttllle Cohen, 23, Omaha,
, Jacob Pankowsky, 21, Omaha, and'Lll
i Han Mason, 16, Omaha.
fellas U, Camel, 22, Omaha,, and Mar
gie Mae Sbaader, 18, Omaha.
William J. Hanafan, 24. Council Bluffs,
la., and Margaret Webb, 2, .Council
Paul E. Fletcher, S2, Omaha, aAd Rose
M. Jensen, 18, cnaha.
Irvln L. Benedict, over il, Omaha and
Addle O. Deems, over 18, Omaha
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS
LADY'S platinum .Irregular oval-shape
, dinner ring, e;t with diamonds, in
'Brandcls or Burgess-Nash or on street
car. finder return for liberal reward.
No questions asked. Phone Dong. 1815
or Walnut 2810.
LOST Alligator traveling bag contain
ing infanta clothes, etc, between Bur
lington station and 19th and Cuming.
Reward. Ketnrn to E. J. KrauL 618
1 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 1M6.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on street cars tele
phone Tylor iOO. We are anxious to re
store lost articles to rightful owners.
OMATtA A COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY
COM PAN Y.
LOST Racoon fur neckpiece in Rlverview
park Sunday afternoon. Finder j lease
call South 3197 and receive reward.
LOST Fox terrier dog, white with black
and brown spots; answers to name of
Bummer. Col. 4426. Reward.
LOST CAMEO BROOCH.
WARD. DOUG. 7608.
TO WHOM IT MAYOONCERN: Notice
la hereby given that I will not be re
sponsible for any bills hereafter con
tracted by ray wife, Edmwe Kourmbets,
who ha left my bed and board.
Omaha, Web., Dec, 2J, 1920. .'
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. We distribute
Phono Doug 41.15 and our wsgon will
calL Call and Inspect -our new home,
1110-1112-1114 Dodge Bt.
J. W. MARTIN, patent atty., 1T16 Dodge.
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AOENCT, Incorporated. Douglas 1107.
Arlington Block. Omaha, Nb.
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
& SWOUODA. 1415 FARNAM STREET.
MATTiUCSSE3 remade, springs repaired.
TREATMENT, expert Swtd. mass. D. 6877.
MANICURING, massages. 830 LeFlang B,
RENT Hoover vacuum. 11.25. Wal. 1947.
WEAVING, old rugs 'remade. Ty. 1412.
MASSAQE-7-210 Norts, Seventecht St.
KEEP'S HOTEL ROME.
We teach ballroom and all kinds of
fancy dancing. D. 2581 or H. 2'12.
TTol-Pino School for Danc.ni, 2424
XVtJI-AUie Farnam. Doua. 7850.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Railway
Ex. Bldg. Doug. 205S. Night Col. 3812.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured .In nil cases. Tyler 1136.
Hemstitching and Pleating.
ACCORDION, aide, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons,- all sizes and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye.
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co., 108
Brown Blk. Douglas 1936.
Nel. Pleating A Button Co., 1806 Farna,iu
St., Doug. 6670.
SAFETY rasor blades sharpened, new rs
,ore. razor Made. o!d. tmiaha Razor
SlinrjwmliiK Co., lkXSI Dodge. 13 L N. Id.
iii.-.I.I ." tfftj.VfHOL OINTMENT can he
purchase at Hlalto Drug Stort, JCtli
k, Ut BVUBll Dl,, PJMDA, ACD,
tlTAMONfiS We ay th bw,t
LJljtilJVi LfO prlct with privilege
to buy back at. small .profit
402 N. 16th
laa 5049. i
OMAHA riLLO COMPANY. Mattresses
made over In nVn' ticks at half price of
new beds.- Pillnlks renovated and wadq
up In nfcw fcatlir-proof licking. 1901
Cuming street. Dougljis 2467.
z7th and Martha Sts.. Omaha. Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray Iron ca.ft.ngs.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co., 160J
Howard St '
FULL dress suits and tuxedos for rent,
109 N, 16th St.. John Feldman. D. 3128.
WEDDING announcements and printing
Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 644.
OMAHA WELDING CO. "The Careful
Welders." 15th and Jackson. D. 4397.
CABINET work of all kinds,
mau, Web. 3179.
L. V. Hol-
Omaha Towel Supply. 27 S. nth. D. 628
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bldg.
Furniture and Household Goods.
1 BUFRJ5T, 1 dining table, 1 library table.
1 Oartand range. 6 leatner scat dining
chairs and mahogany piano bench. Web.
jt 507. ' -
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
YEAR END CLEARING SALE.
Every phonograph In the house must
ba sold by January 1, regardless of cost.
1125 size, 145; 1140 size, $55; 1200 size,
175. 11 records, 45c. Records ex
changed. 15c. Shlaes Phonograph' Co.,
140 Dodge. s
TWO WONDERFUL USED PIANO BAR
ONE KIMBALL AND .ONE ESTEY,
IN FINE CONDITION.
CHAS. H. THATCHER, ,
T19 DODGE ST.
A. HOSPE CO.
Pianos for rent.
art and musio
DRUMS, traps, marimbas, instructions, re
pairing. Phone Harney natw. ceo. a.
Smith. 2761 Davenport St.
CHICKERING & SONS, mahogany baby
grand, lile new, bargain, uoug. jutib.
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented) and
repaired. Sole, agents for the COKciNA.
Get onr price bifore you buy. ISvery
Central Typewrite Exc.
Douglas 412CK 1912 Farnam.
F. & E.'s ; bargains,
32 N-vllh- Tildsr-
suaie. u'x;.'.., ;im'I ..at.orni. hison
iS-liic!i Bufruio Forije Co. exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17th and Farnam SU Thone Tylar
IN GOING through your attice, don't ,you
find a lot of clothing, lurniture, pic
tures and other articles that you have
no further use for? And have you ever
stopped to think, that someone might
be only too glad to have them? Then
why not let the publio know you have
those articles useless to you through
a little want ad. in the Bee? It costs
very little and a J-day ad would almost
bo sure to sell It for you. Try it. Call
Tyler 1000 and ask for the Want Ad
We rent, repair, sell ncedl-s and parts.
15th and Harney. Douglas 1973.
RESTAURANT ANIJ CABARETS
Chicken tomalles specialty. Webster
1349. From 10-doz. up.
SURE and safe investment, city warrants
to pay you 19 per cent interest, 1100,
1500 and 11,000 amounts. E. G. Solomoo
617 Karbach Bldg. Douglas 6262.-
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS.
FRED C. TAYLOR,
602 SECURITIES BLDG. TYLER 3C85.
WS buy, sell safes, make desks, show
caaes.etc. Omaha Fixture ft Supply C
& W.-Cor. 11th and Douglas. D. 2724.
FOR SALE cheap, or will trade. 6x7 cam
era lor typewriter, also a 33x4 K tire and
tube for 30x3V. fhone Harney 4451.
GILBERT & BARKER gasoline pump.
practically new. Cost $275. Sell for 1125
easo. 211 Brandcls Theatre. '
Q A TP TPQ BARGAINS. 12th & Farnam.
iJXXS: IUO j. j. Dsright Safe Co.
PULLMAN conductor uniform, almost r.ew.
size 42. 411 N. 20th. Doug. 41U".
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
n New desks, used desks hought. snld and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnara. D. 8146.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes nnd
-"urniture Ty. 269. A. Zavett. 705 N. IS.
HAULING ashes. 12fcc a tub. Wal. 3516.
WELL exp. Janitor. Tyler 6210.
Watch thi Domestic column Of The
Bee. Lots of good places art klway
advertised. Don't mla them.
SEWING, sllkc, velvets, skirts. Jackets, re
lined, remodeled. Reasonable. Har. 6804.
Laundry and Day Work
MEN'S silk shirts, collars, underwear, etc.,
carefully laundered and mended. Ty.
4315. ' i
DAY work, cleaning, Ironing. Web. 6621.
DAY work, exp. white woman. Doug. 8333.
SILK shirts laundred. mended. Tyler 4315.
WOOL blankets, lace curtains. H 1130.
SILK bundle washing. Web. 3343.
Stores and Offices.
SALESMAN, specialty exper., 1176, ex
913 First National Bank Bldg.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Men, wishing positions as fire
men, hrakemen, colored train porters on
large Nebraska roads, write immediate
ly for full information; no experience
necessary; 1150-1250 month. Inter Rail
way Dept. 232, Indianapolis Ind.
UNNEIt. furnace and' radiator man. a'l
around, wanted. One who can handk-
sbop himself. Steady, married num.
, Stats best price. Goldschmldt Hard
ware Co., Kinsley, Kan.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE.
110 South 14th St. Catalog free.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTtED A live salesman who calls on
, r.ll the big retail trade in th" slaie ' f
Nebraska to sell our line of fresh vfM--r
pcurl buttons as a side line Will r-iy
rrood coniniWion to tbi rlht ii,r.,l
.state how long you have traveled tlil I
territory and send references. HrltT'iTt
4 Peats jMittoa fi 2bsU to
V ' 1" " 1
j r did hx r
HELP WANTED MALE.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
We want a niun f,r Nebraska who
knows tha state thoroughly, particularly
hardware, drug or general store trade,
prove sales record and unquestionable
references essential; preference will be
give niun who has a car; large line
inado. in our own American and foreign
faotorles, well known to tho trade. If
yoii are now traveling for a jobber and
want to better yourself hers is an op
portunity, commission basis, Write giv
ing 'all details to H. A. Silberstein,
Salesmnnanger, Hotel Fontenelle.
SALESMEN get busy; Something new
tfto hnst dor-anno money nuiker you
ftve nnw; mnuH'inc men. subscription
men. lake notice if li to $250 a week
appeals to you. See Mr. Lehr, Paxton
Hotel, Room 454. from 9 a. m. to 6
p. m. Ex-servlco men preferred
Enough said. Investigate. -
SIDE LINE SALESMAN Covering dry
goods, notion, novelty,, department and
general stores, to carry the most in
teresting snap fasttier proposition on
' the market, dealing dirent with the fac
tory. Weekly commission checks. Write
specifying territory, f P.' O. Box 3063,
Falrhlll, Philadelphia, Pa. -
WANTED at once, salesmen to sell tires
In country directto consumer and to
dealers In small towns on liberal com
mission proposition. iMust furnish own
car. This Is a money maker for a
hustler, Call on -Fordcord Rubbe
Company, Grand Hotel, Council
Bluffs, la. ' ,
TWO high grade city salesmen to call
on business men only; unlimited pos
sibilities for the right .-men. Omaha
Western Pales Company, .1102" Farnam
St., second floor.
SPECIALTY salesmen Wanted,' in silve
ware, rugs and blanaet. can use a
couple of Vood men, out f town work,
C. F. Adams Co.. 23 -8oi 16th.
MAN wanted to set pins at Farnam Bowl
ing Alley. 1807 Farnam St.
HEEP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
TEN office clerks, 3 months, temporary,
,$65; steno., insurance experience, $100.
BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE ASS'N,
917-18 W. O. W. Bldg.
STENOGRAPHER.! $100-1110; Burroughs
operator. S90-193. .
THE MARTI CO., 1126. W. P., vW. Bldg.
GIRL for bookkeeping, small wages to
start. Must be able to type .Address,
Box X9X. Omaha Bee. "
CTRL for clerical work, one living home
preforred. Small wages. Address Box
H-46. Omaha Bee.
Household and .Domestic,
.WANTED AT ONCB
Good girl for general housework. Small
family, modern conveniences Laundress
kept. No small children, good wages,
good home tt rlghtjgirL Address Box
X72. Omaha Be r
' .. . - . '
Watch ' ths Domestl lathn of The
Bee W-ant Ads, Good, well-paid and
homelike places a,lways advertised.
WANTED Competent white trl for gen
eral housework, good wages, 3519 Cum
ing St., Harney 0596.
WANTED Experienced second girl, Mrs.
c e. 'uiter, 101 worm dstn street.
Phone Harney 106S.
WANTED White girl for ganeral -housework,
small family, call fralnut 323.1.
COMPETENT white second maid. Mrs. A.
W. Gordon, 3611 Jackson. Har. 0061.
' 10 GIRLS
, BETWEEN AGES OF 17 AND .
24 YEARSi '
ITH GRADE EDUCATION OR BETTER.
ROOM 614. NEW TELEPHONE BLDG.,
19TH AND DOUGLAS STREETS.
wanted. Apply at
1508-10 Douglas St.
Male and Female
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St Trl-Clty Barber College
BOYLES BUSINESS COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY
Day nnd night. Catalog free. Ad
dress H. B. Boyles.-J'res., Boyles Build
ing, Omana, Neb.- Telephone Doug
las 1565. -
- Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening -Schoots.
320 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE Cafeteria seating 100 people.
In Sioux Falls. 8. D. Price 15.000. One
hslf Interest, $2,500. Will trade. North
western Real Estate Exchange. 110 S
Phillips Ave., basement, Sioux Falls,
S. P. . - : -
TO GET In or out of business, see LEWIS
A Co.. 411 McCsgue Bids
FOR SALE Leading real estate olflce and
business brokerage offlue in Sioux R'alls,
S. D. Commissions averaging $1,001) per
month. See Agent, basement Smith
block, Sioux Falls, S. D.
TO SELL A BUSINESS, 636 BEE BLDG.
HOTEL In live city, building and two lots,
15 rooms. 18.000, includes furniture, easy
terms. Northwestern Real Estate Ex
change, basement Smith block, Sioux
Falls, S. D.
FOR RtiNT ROOMS.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS7
Or have 'you planned on making a
change, which will be more convenient
for you. If so, then call The Bee Want
Ad Dept., Tyler 1000, and we will not
only furnish you with a complete room
list of choice vacant rooms In Omana,
but also keep your number on our "Want
to Rent" list for further reference In case
you wanted to make anothor change.
These lists are absolutely free of charge
to all readers and advertisers of The
Omaha Bee and published solely for
their convenience and benefit. Call any
time, Tyler 1000. Want Ad Dept.
COMPLETE RM. LIST OF ALL CHOICB
ROOMS IN OMAHA FOR BENEFIT OF
OUR READERS AND ADVERTISERS.
CALL FOR IT ANY TIME. TYLER
1000. WANT AD. "
ROOM in prlvatn family tor l.tdy horns
evenings. Hnusconi park district, 1 block
to car. Har. 5204.
FURNISHED room for man and wife,
1216 Mason. Call Tyler 0418. Colored
rUNNlSflHD room, close in, for I, in pri
vate family; breakfast It desired. Tyler
STEAM-HEATED room In private family;
no other rnowrrs: close In. Doug. ; n s 5.
1'I.KASANT rom for liufy; breukfastf
tleslr.td; close In; ref.-i'ers. TTar. "4.10.
;..:'.I.Y fnri i.- I'ed riiojii. iiiuitlet n, 14
vltlioufc liidt wen only. Tyler 5XJ4.
I 2 LARGE steam-heated front roouiB, suit'
able (or i, till ttoulli 15 iU SW
OMAHA, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 28,-1920.
SEE J IOCS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
if YOUR wife WUZ cxr
COLUECT ON VQUR.
f INTL FtATURt
FOR RENT HOUSES
BEAUTIFULLY furnished, well
large front room. Har. 7.178.
NICELY furnished sleeping room with or
without board. Web. 2070.
Single mum, 1 r ;i n Park live. Har. 7378.
MODERN rooms for rent. So. 2624.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LtST OF HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS IN CITY. WE HAVE
THK; BEST IN CITV. -CALL TYLER
1"00. WANT AD. ASK ABOUT OUR
BEE ROOM LIST. PUBLISHED EVERY
WEE! FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF OUR ADVERTISERS
AND READERS. TYLEK 1000. WANT
2-ROOM apartment for light housekeep
ing, electric lights, gas range, laundry
privileges, walking distance. 124 N. 24th
1-ROOM, will furnish for light house
keeping, 620 IS. 20th St. Douglas 4688.
3 OR 4 modern rooms for light house
keeping. Locatioi" close In. Tyler 696.
2 LIGHT housekeeping rooms,
2605 Dodge. Har. 1141.
SUITE of 2 rooms on first floor, modern.
MODERN housekeeping rooms. So. 2624.
Board and Rooms.
FCR CHOIfE BOARD AND RM. WATCH
THE BEE WANT ADS, AND IF YOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN
THE WANT COLUMN HXALL TY. 1090
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
LIST OF ROOMS.
ATTRACTIVE room with board for 2,
medorn, with home privileges; convlent
ly located. . Har. 3166. 1546 So. 28th St.
TWO unfurr.tshed rooms, close in, 620 S.
20th St. Douglas 4688
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR SALE Six-room house at 608 S.
Main Ave., or t7 N. Minn Ave., Sioux
aFlls, S. D. $.',000 each. Northwestern
Real Estate Bixrhange. 110 S. Phillips
Ave., Sioux Falls, S. -D.
4-ROOM irrodern house, furnished, 140,00,
3024 Evans. Doug.' 3556. '
FOR RENT Five-room cottage, 2444 S.
16th St.,. $30; 3-room brick flat, 2518 N.
31st St., $14. S. S. and R. E. Mont
gomery Doug. 1313. Walnut 2136.
EIGHT-Room house, with garage, two
Ipls, 4318 Ames avenue.' Rent 160.
DPTt'DC tiji-ct' i r
i cxr.aj iivi;ji v. w
17th Hi Farnam St.
MODERN 4-room bungalow, $26. 3927 N.
45th St. Col. 3507.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
THE EL-BEUDOR. j
Dodge, at 18th Street!
Omaha's Newest and Finest
elusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
S AND 3-room furnished apt., steam
heat, within walking distance. Brown
Apts., 508 No. 21st. Dg. 5644.
Located ott 3Kth avenue between Far
nam and Dewey avenue; Omaha'a finest
and newest ajjartmnt building; suites
of three, four and five rooms; in Oma
ha's moat exclusive residence district.
Prices, 5100 to $150. Building now
ready for ocrupanry,
ESTATE COMPANY, I
. 1016 Omaha Rational Bank Bldg.,
10-room flat, located 24th and Ames
Ave.; good condition, desirable to rent
ost rooms, , heat furnished; $60 per
GRUENIG REALTY CO.,
1418 First , Nat. Bk. Doug. 19C6.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists In apartment management.
FOR RENT Business Property.
9 E1S F. D. WEAD. 310 S. 18TH ST.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS 'AND PIANOS. ,
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
; CO.MPL4'ITK! LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
lOth and Jackson Sts. Douglas 0289.
MOVING. PACKING, STORAGE.
Separate locked rooms for household
! goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
806 South 16th. Doug. 4163.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by II. R. Boweu Co. Tyler 3400.
WE can save you money en automobiles
and household goods to California In
through cars. j
Omaha Van & Storage Co.
806 So. I tit it 4it.
GLOBE VAN. TRANSFER AND
For real service in hauling or stor
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
Autrt or wagon service.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and s'torage. 1605 Davenport, Doug. 2908.
AUTpMOBILES FOR SALE.
We have some splendid 1919
newly painted ords foi sale, cash
or terms. Try one and you'll buy
Drive It Yourself Co.,
1314 Howard St Done. 362?
GOOD CLOSED CARS
AT REASONABLE PRICES
. LIBERAL TERM'S
1921 Ford Coup ,
Driven less than 1.00O mlbs.
New 1921 Nash Sedan, 7-passeugcr
$500 under list.
1920 Douglas 4-passenger Sedan
1920 Ford Coupe, a bargain
1920 Ford Sedan, refinlshed.
1918 Dodge Sedan, overhauled and re.
1918 Oakland Coupe.
1918 Cadillac Brougham I
Wo also curry a full line of open
cars, ion. to stlect from.
MEEKS AUTO CP.
2047-48 Farnam St. Doug. 4101.
FDR SALE at s special price, two J-ton
White trucks. One new, tlrt) other run
500 miles as a demonstrator. Call
SOME bargain n used Ford rars Me'
Caffrey Motor Co. The Hendy Ford
Service Stutlnn. 16th and Jockson. Doug
Fl)R SALB by owner. 1917 Dodge touring.
Kxcelient. i-hnp. J175. C.-in be seen at
Vinton garage, DUO Vtnteu SI. Phftnf
Tyler Mr, s.
I gcr.. Curl. Sovib
:;Si1 ntv, :
OK HALE or trail c, Chalmers 7-passcii
i'.'r, (Ins snaps, S, 5J13-nlur 3 p. m.
HURftY AN "bENO
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
OAKLAND Ser.slbls Six.
1917 FORD touring, fine shape, $175 for
quick sale. Call C. Brownell, Flomar
hotel. Douglas 3340?
THE DIXIE FI,YER,
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY.
2520 Farnam St.
BOWSER gasoline pump, same as new.
Complete, half price for cash. 211 Bran
34 OR 3-TON dump truck for sale
sacrifice. 1501 Marcv St.
TRUCKS Any size for hire,
best rates. Tyler 1976.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
WRITE for our list of guaranteed rebuilt
motorcycles. Victor H. Roos, 27th and
Leavenworth, Dept. B. Omaha. Neb.
buy real farrri for
IF you wa
at to bu;
1426 Shawnee Ave.,
Underwood avenue, west of Dnudee,
about ICO acres,
GEORGE AND COMPANY
South Dakota Lands.
FOR SALE, RENT OR EXCHANGE 80
acre farm 9 miles from Sioux Falls, S. D.
Between Go:son and Brandon, one mile
from town. Improved. Geo. S. Geis,
owner, Smith, Blork, Sioux Falls, 6. D.
FOR SALE M l0-aera homestead In
South Dakota, $4,000; house, barn,
fenced, part plowed. Geo. S. Gets, 110
S. Phillips Ave.. Sioux Falls. S. T.
2240 ACRES Oil land for lease In Osage
Wyoming oil field. Any part or all.
Producing wells adjoining It, address
Dell Phetteplase, Nefsy, W'yo.
Real Estate, Loans.
WE have cash on hand to loan on Omaha
E. H. LOUGEE. INC., s
538 Keellne Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.."
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. J715
$100 to $10,000 made oromDtl.
F. D. WEAD. Wead Bldg.. 810 S. 18th SI
PROMPT service, reasonable rates, privru
money. Garvin Bros 346 Omaha Nat
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE buy and sell Omana real estate.
C. B. STUHT CO.,
Douglas 8787. 1S City Nat't
To buv or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Nat. Bit. Bldg. Douglas 1426.
LIST Hemes and income propertv.
GRUENIG REALTY CO.
1418 1st Nat. Bk.
CHE Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO..
1506 Dodge St. Douglas 1345.
Sells. Rents. Insures.
950. Peters Trust Bldg. Doug 0631.
PT TTRR i7TGPbal estate.
.J. 1 III CD ill IN O Ins. and Rentals
605 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Douglas 2182
W. G. SHRIVERfrnEcfAT
1047-8 Omaha Nat Bk. Rldg. Doug. 1838
Western Real Estate Co.. 412 Karbach Bldg.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
CUMING Near 29th St., 44 feet: must be
sold to close estate. C. Au UrimmeL 849.
Omaha Nat'l. Brink Bldg.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
113 FEET ON 11TH ST
$50 PER FOOT.
BOSTWICK. 400 Peters Trust
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
RENTAL $45 PER MONTH.
, Located south of Leavenworth street,
near 26th; store and cottage. Might
consider an exchange for smarter prop-
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 2850 018-20 City National.
GOOD duplex will net over 10 per cent
of price asked. Well located, practical
ALFRED THOMAS & .SDN.
VALSH-ELMER CO.. . Realtors. Real
Estate. Investment. Insurance. Rentals
Tyler 1536. 333 Securities 'Mx.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE;
TO EXCHANGE Etiulty in half section
, Charles Mix county lan! for city in
come, .property, good mortgages, Liberty
bonds, or western land. Box Y-1377
Omaha Bee. -- ,
WILL trade good lots for equity In mod
ern or part modern house. Doug. 0122.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
.VETHAWAY. Sub'i-ban orop'ty. Col. 14'.'
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
.'621 Paxton Blk. Phone TylerN880.
BEAUTIFUL duplex In heart of West
Farnam; very valuable ground; rents,
$190; nap, $16,000, terms. D. 1734, days.
TWO choice lots, attractive suburban, lo
cation, 6-r. house, newly decorated, gas,
water, eleo. Its. $3,000. $200 down. D. 4228
A FEW homes and lots for sale In Park--wood
addition; a safe place for Invest
ment Norrls A Norrls. Douglas 4270.
J B. ROBINSON, teal estate and invest.
. ment. 442 Bee Bldg. Douglas 8017.
' KOUNTZE PLACE
6-room house, all modern, hardwood
finish und floors, convenient to cr
line, schools snd churches, near
lvountze Park. Terms. r
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
DotUias 0046. 915-17
l-ROOM lieuse, pnvd street, for $2,000,
Way terms. Col.H175. R. F. Clary Cn ,
'' North Omiiiia Realtors. 2411 Ames Ave.
SPECIAL terms on 2s:;l Seward St 4-rm.
bungalow. Modern. $200 cash, bal. mo.
Crelgb. 60S llee, Doug. 0200.
MINNhl LUSA homes and Jots offer the
best opportunity to Inyesf your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
'24 -m. Nat'l
FOR COLORED. ;
Twi neat 'collages, now vacant,, con
futing or three rn-itiia and two room
respectively, lor only $!.ITJ. JI.OQ. IU
llnliitlc th.i. '
t AUOS GRANT COMPANY,
-CaV tilt. tSv-i-t-i-l ri4l TVBM.
1920 INTL FtATURt SIMVICt. INC j V" ' " I IS. '2 8
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' Copyright. 1920 International "Newt Service
Bee Shoe Fund
The following contributions have
been received for The Bee's1 Free
Previously reported , .$1,668.2$
Oeorge Spokes . .vr. f.00
Clara L. Peterson 1.00
S. W. Francis, 1.00
.The Stromsbtrrg Bowling club
Ed. Stewart, Stromsburg, Neb... 2.00
Em II S. F. Johnson, Stromsburg,
Dtt J. Barber, Stromsburg, Neb.. .60
O. J. Fernqulst, Stromsburg, Nb. .50
Axel Carlson, Stromsburg, Neb... .50
Axel Carlson, Stromsburg, Neb... .50
F. O. Borgstrora, Stromsburg, Neb, .60
Walt Newman. Stromsburg, Neb. 1.00
Dave Johnson, Stromsburg. Neb.. 1.00
M, A. Dunn, Stromsburg, Neb.,.. 1.00
A. F. Nordberg, Stromsburg, Neb. 1.00
E. a Carlson, Stromsburg, Neb.. 1.00
Joo Newman, Stromsburg, Neb,. ,50
Charlie Nofd, Stromsburg, Neb.. .50
Melvln HulQuest, Stromsburg. Neb. .50
J. C. Shinkle, Stromsburg, Neb., 1.00
Brief City etct'
Store LootP-Thieves looted the
general store of Julius Schmidt at
Elkhorn Sunday night and escaped
with $100 i merchandise.
Pastor Leaves Kev. J. D. Kuy
kendall, pastor of Plymouth Con
gregational church, Eighteenth and
Emmet streets for the past wp
Man Robbed Three footpads at
tacked Juan Kemenos, Ninth street
and Capitol avenue, Sunday night
and robbed hirn of $315", he reported
to police yesterday.
Ordinance Deferred An ordi
nance raising the pay of police-1
nSAw .y Itlfl ICA X 4 V- '
,ll71t ILUlll J.V IU . 1IIUI1LI1
was deferred yesterday for another
week by city council .
years, left yesterday for Miami, Fla.,
to assume the pastorate of the Con
gregational church there. , He
preached his farewell sermon Sun
day. No successor has been' named.
FarweH 1 ' Banquet Officers and
employes of the Burlington railroad,
will give a farewell banquet to' Cr.
AV. Holdrege, retrVing general
manager, at, the Hotel Fontenelle
the evening of January 4.
Ponds Formed for Skating
Ponds in the city parks will be
made suitable for skating by the
city park department. Areas have
been flooded in Turner park and the
recreation field at Thirty-second
street and Dewey avenue. . j
Women Clerks Needed Elizabeth
Stearns, in charge of tbe women's
free employment bureau maintained
in the city hall by the board of
Publio Welfare, states that she can
place a limited number of women
whq desire clerical employment.
Creamery Gives Bonus Kirsch-
baum & Sons creamery distributed
$8,000 in bonuses to 44 employes, all
who had been with the firm more
than a year receiving 2 to 15 per
cent of their salaries, i Those em
ployed for less than a year were
given a $5 gold piece each. .
Bank Sues Bibikcrs The Con
tinental and Commercial National
bank of Chicago filed suit yesterday
in district court against Thomas
W. Cullen and Joe C. Allgaier of tha
Cullen Brokerage company, asking
13,oS8.&4 alleged to tip due m pay
ment for S70 bags of sugar.
Judges Attend Meeting The
seven Omaba district judges have
been, invited to attend a meeting at
Lincoln today, where they will con
fer with Governor McKelvie and
other state officials in connection
with the meeting of the State Bar
Omaha n to Lecture C. E. Chllde,
manager bf tho traffic bureau"of the
Chamber' of" Commerce, has been
asked by the Dean of the University
of Nebraska College of Law to ad
dress the law school February 25,
on the subject of "Practice before
' Killed in Crash Ifr. and Mrs. C.
A. Barnard, Kirby, W'yo., were killed
Sinday night when their automobile
fell from a viaduct two miles wfest
o Thrfrmopolis, OTyo., it was learned
here yesterday. Mr. Barnard, a
prominent Mason an.1 Shriner, wa,s
well known in Omaha.
Court Ordop Asked Mallory Mor
gan, divorced from his wife eight
years ago, filed a petition in district
cour yesterday askinsr for an order
which would permit him toee his
daughters. He alleges he called at
2855 Bau man '- street Christmas
morning to see the girls and his
former wife slammed the Goor iff his
Banker Ifi-lps Skaters John W.
Camble. vicf president of the First
National bank, organized a "work
ing crew" to clear the Hanscom park
pond of snow on Christmas day. The
work was started after a score of
young skaters arrived at the pond
and found tlfe ice covered with
Man Identifies Bandit Sylvester
Henderson, 123 North Tenth street,
arrested. Monday morning by De
tectives 'Franks and Graham, was
identified by John Novak, Oxford
hotel, as one of the mon who robbed
him of $400 Ui a daylight holdup at
Ninth street and Capitol avenue
ITearing Postponed Hearing of
an injunction to close Scheschy's
road house In East Omaha, east
of CarteV Lake, was postponed in
district court yesterday until Jan
uary. 4, Sheriff Clark and his. de
puties raided the place Christrfcas
morning and arrested two men who
are alleged to have, ybeen selling
Sues Streot Railway John Rang
er filed suit in district court yes
terday against the Omaha & Coun
cil Bluffs Street Railway company,
asking $C,0Q0 'damages. , He says
a street car collided with his auto
mobile at Fortieth and L streets May
18, 1918. Joseph Labanowsky, who
was .riding with him filed suit for'
Loan 'Rvconimemlod The olty
council, acting as a committee of
whole, recommendod yesterdny
morning the loan of $125,900 of city
funds to the Metropolitan water
district. The water board declared
the money was needed, to meet the
first bond Interest obligation of the
tra plant. The lua'i was for six
months. . "
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What Mrs. Lukens Suggested.
Mrs. Lukens came out on the ver
anda as my mother-in-law left me,
her manner breathing her usual ef
"Let me give you a hand with
those," she said briskly. "I'll set
them just inside the door where no
one can see them. Then you can
wait here with me until the taxi
v I wondered at the phrase "where
no one can see them," which I fan
dec Mrs. Lukens had uttered with
special significance. Did she know
that I was trying to keep my point
of departure from Dick's knowl
edge? "Your mother-in-law told me a
little of your difficulty," Mrs. Luk
ens went on, and I did not know
whether to be annoyed at the inclu
sion of our landlady in our domestic
affairs, or pleased that my mother-in-law
had secured the old lady's
capable aid. Her next words ban
ished every1 other thought but glad
ness. "I think you may be sure, Mrs.
oraham, that my lips are always
sealed concerning things confided to
me. And don't worry about my opin
ion. I knew the ridiculousness of
men long before you were .born.
We simply have to' take things in
our own hands occassionally. But
enough of that! I want to give you
one piece of advice. If you wish td
get away without any one learning
the particular station from which
you leave, don't take your first cab
to that station. I'd wander over the
landscape and admire the scenery a
little if I-were you." K
I did not tell her that I had already
planned this. But I smiled 'whim&i
cally to myself at trie thought that
three women Mother Graham, Mrs.
Lukens and I had figured out the
same scheme for eluding Dicky. I
wondered if Dicky would have the
same thought, or if he would not
cfedit us with so much resourceful
ness. But my response, was prompt.
"What , station would you advise
for my final departure:"
"Southern Cedars," she replied,
without .hesitation. "Jt is much
larcpr than the others, and vou will
be less likely to attract attention. If
I were doing it, Her old eyes righted
up with a gj.eam of interest, and I
saw for an instant the same love ot
the unusual, the adventurous in
Ihem that wcs mirrored in my moth
er-in-law's, and was an integral
part of mo.
If 1 were doing it, cue re
peated. "I would go to Hamlet, dis
miss my taxi driver at the waiting
room of the station there, wait until
he is out of sight, arid then question
the ticket agent about train. Pre
tend to be disappointed, then get
nnothcr taxi driver and go to Ab
erdeen to the station thcts You
won't have to talk to the agent--it's
a comparatively b;i.y p'.icc. Hut
vou can dismiss your driver, and in
few minutes secure another, sad go I
,? V""vC foil'
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t-j Southern Cedars. Go to one of
the hotels and secure a room, for
the train doesn't go from there un
til after-10 o'clock, and vou'll want
'a place te stay. Then you can se
cure your reservation as far as you
can go, but-6 wouldn't get it, or
register under my own naTie, if I
were you, thft is, if you think your
husband is determined that you
shati not go."
I gazed at her with frank admira
tion in my eyes. She had made corr
crete and available the hazy scheme
that had been floating around in my
own brain, but which my vague
knowledge of the nearby villages
"You are wonderful Mrs. Luk
ens!" I exclaimed. . "And I shall
follow your advice to ths letter.
You don't know how .much you
have helped me."
"I'm very glad that I could be of
service," she said, perfunctorily, and
I saw that her natural diffidence had
triumphed over the excited interest
which she had given to my prob
lem. The hTJrn of a taxi punctuated he
words, and we both moved quick,'
toward the door.
"There heis," she said, and the'f
she turned to me, seized my hand;
in hers, pulled my head down and
kissed my cheek. I would not have
been more surprized if some bronze,
statue had come to life and had em-'
braced me, for while she is brisk,
kindly and efficient she has always
impressed me as being distinctly un
emotional. "Good-bye, my dear," she said.
"You have been like a ray of sun
shine since you have been here.
Don't forget me, and come back to
us when you can." i
"I'm not likely to forget kindness
such as your?, Mrs. Lukens." I said
sincerely, returning her kiss. And
then I turned to pick tip mj bag
gage, stopping involuntarily at the
insistent ringing of the telephone
bell. I think the same thought
struck both of us, that in s,ome way
the summons concerned me.
"I'll answer it," Mrs. Luker
whispered. "If it's your husband, ,
I'll say I haven't seen you, and do
you get away instantlv. If it should
be anything else of importance for
you to know I'll nod to you. and
you can wait and se what it is."
Sues to Recover Money ,
He Invested in Stock
An order of attachment was al
lowed Bernhardt Fischer, 2416 Sher
man avenue, against the property cf
the Skinner Packing company for
$5,100 yesterday by District Judge
Wakeley, pending trial of suit -for
that amount filed yesterday by
Fischer against the packing com-i
panjv He bought stock in the com
pany, Init now thinks it is not a
good an investment as he says t!)e
Mock alcman,rrpreented it to be.
He asks to ha his money refunded
to, bin v x ... . .
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