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1UE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1921.
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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
8TEINER Dr. N. SS43 Dodge St.. Da
comber SO, 1920, aged years, at a
local hospital. The deceased Is aur
vived by hla wife. Stella, and cne daugh
Funeral servlrcs from the Hoffmann
Funeral Home January 1 at 4. JO p. m.
Kemalni will be shipped to David City.
Neb.. Sunday at 1:68 p. m. Interment
will take place In old family lot of
that city Monday.
tSUSTAFSON liinma, wife of E. L. Qua
tafson, 511 Iiard. died at local hos
jltal Friday morning. Funeral Sunday
a p. m. from Kounue Memorial church,
I6th and farnam. nev. v. -' nmi.i
hfflrlnllng. lUirlal at Forest l.awn.
K'NTiiHT Mra. Phoebu. died Dei. 29.
Services Sunday at I p. m. from the
home of Ueo. i. nice, lasi . tn ve,
Interment Mt. Hope cemetery.
STACK & FALCONER
Thirty-third and Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN ,
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS. I
Tl South Ith St. Douglaa 1226.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
I'ndeHakeia and Embalmera.
Phone H. 2(15. Office !61t Farnam.
FOR AMDULANCK call South 680. Kortako
runorai Home. si ana r aim.
LEE L. LARM0N
till 4 Doufclns St.
li. ISth and
n! 1519 Kart
Farnam. V 8000.
mum. Douglita 1248.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
"WILL colored lady who picked up email.
Kold. wlshhone-ahaped pin, aet with
pearl, on 30th end Fort car. Tuesday
evening, call Webiter 2115. Suitable re
LADY'S plfttlnum dinner ring, aet with
diamond, in Brandela or Hurgesa-Nash
or on Btroet car. Finder return tor lib
eral reward. No queatlona asked. Phone
Dougl.ia I St 5 or Walnut 2810.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on atreet car tele
phone Tyler 800. We are nnxlous to re
atore loat articled to rightful owners.
OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY
LOST On caHtbound Leavenworth car or
on weatbounii L atreet car. .11.0 black
leather brief cnae. Finder plense tele
phone Tyler tilt or Harney Hil and re
ward will be paid.
' LDiSTSlncj' Christmas day. brown cow
with white face. For leward call at
r.T 1 0 S. 3.1d. Phone South 1062.
LOST Foie Terrlor dog, white with black
and brown apota. Anawera to name of
TBuinnior. Col. 4426. Reward.
XOST Lady' platinum diamond ring;
, , 'liberal reward. Phono Walnut ; 2870.
Douglas 1 HIS.
LOST Lady'a wrist watch In Burgeaa
Namh Friday; $15 reward for return.
LOST Diamond ring In Brandela Stnrea
or Farnara cur. Liberal reward. Wal.
LOST Oold cuff link initial W. W. T.
Finder plenae call Ty. M24. Tuple.
LOST Old-fashioned diamond bur pin. Re
ward. Harney 6206.
THH SALVATION Army Industrial home
aollclta your old clothing, furniture,
s magatainea. We collect. We diatribute
Phone Doug 4135 and our wagon will
call, Call and inapect our new home,
H10-11!3-1114 Dodir St.
ORIENTAL Rne Bath, aootliea tired
I eorvea, bcautlfiea akin, furnishes oil
. which alda In rcalstance of colds. Tylor
J W. MARTIN, patent atty., 1710 Dodge.
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL PETECTIVB
AGENCY, Incorporated. Douglaa 11(7.
Arlington' Block, Omoha, JCeb.
A'Bl'SINKSS woman with child over 3
years may receive board and room, also
carp of cniki, Hnmey riMi).
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS FRtW HESS
& SWOBODA, 4415 FARNAM STREET.
MATTRESSES remade, springs repaired.
H. 1762. ,
DKKSSMAK1NO wanted. Douclaa 6492.
TREATMENT, frxpert Swcd. mass. D. 6877.
MANIOURINC, mnssaKcs. 330 I.-;Flang B.
RENT Hoover vacutm, 81.25. Wal. 1947.
SWEDISH ma.isnRt. 31N Neville BloclTl
Rent Elec. Vac. Cleaner, $1 day. Col. 4116.
WEAVING, old rug remaTeTyTl 43lT
MASSAGE 210 North Seventecht St.
. KEEP'S HOTEL ROjTiJ ''
Let Keep's teach you to dance. Be
ginners' classes. Mondays and Wednes
days, 8:45 to 12; advance class, Tues
day, 8 to 8:45; nssembly dances, Tues
day. Thursday and Saturday. 8:45 to 12.
Children class Saturday, 1:C0 to 3. Pri
vate lessons by appointment.
Phone Doug. 251. Harney 2793.
Tv'fjl.PJno School for Dancing, 2424
A H1C Farnam. Doug. 7850.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Railway
Ex. Bldtr. Dou. 20.il;. Night Col. 3812.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In nil cuses. Tyler 1136
Hemstitching and Pleating.
ACCORDION, aide, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cnt work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co., 308
Brown Blk. Douulas 1936.
Neb. Pleating A Button Co., 1806 Farnam
St. Dour. 6670.
OMAHA) PILLOW COMPANY. Mattreaaes
made over In new ticks at half price of
new beds. Pillowa renovated and made
up in new feather-proof ticking. 1907
'Cuming atreet. Douglas 2467.
1HS Sims Carpet Cleaning Co. with 20
years' experience, nowing, laying, reno
vating. All work done under contract,
also we clean wallpaper with ytara' ex
perience. Manager S. S. Sims, Tyler 4119.
DIAMONDS price with privilege
buy back at small profit. QKUna
WELRY CO.. 402 N. 16tb St. Doug-
17th and Martha Sta.. Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray Iron ca st:ngs.
S.4FETY rasor blades sharpened, new ra
zors, razor blades sold. Omaha Razor
Sharpening Co.. 1522Vi Dodge. 103 N. 16.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlalto Drug Stor, 15th
and Douglaa Sts.. Omaha. Neb.
FILMS developed: printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co.. 1'J7
FULL dress suits and tuxedos for rent.
109 N. 16th 8t.. .tonn reiaman. v. dizn.
VI EDDINQ announcements and printing
Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglas S44.
OMAHA WELDING CO. "The Careful
Welders." 15th and Jackson. D. 4397.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 8. 11th. D. 628.
Furniture and Household Goods.
KNORMOU5 cut! In living room dining
aets, bort-oom furniture, also auctloa
price! on ruga Home furniture Co.,
South Side. ' "1
FOR SALE All the furnishings of a aix
room apartment complete to go to houae
keeplng In. Phone Har. 6023.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
CLSANUP SALE ON PHONOGRAPHS.
I12S Pat he. 856; 1166 Columbia. 6!;
S 1 7s Sonata, 375: 1200 Whltehouae, 176;
SI records. 46c; records exchanged. 15c.
SHLAES THONOORAPH CO.. 1404 Dodge
WILL take In aa part trade, good make
phonograph for upright HlDil Kimball
ktaks laaa, .Wat, 1749.
Mf?.0ICCV I WOULD UKZ MOO
CLU& IF VOO ARC IN FAVOR
L-.W. we MUST VTOP AMUSEMENT ON
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
TWO wonderful used piano bargains. One
Kimball and one Estey. In ft.0 condi
tion. (Jhas. H. Thatcher, 1419 Dodge.
A. HOSPE CO.
Ptanoi for rent
art and music
SAXOPHONE, band Instrument repairing,
2d-hand aaxophone. Myers' Saxophone
Shop, 1126 S. 29th St. H, 4793.
DRUMS, traps, marimbas. Instruction!, re
pairing. Phone Harney 2967. Geo. A.
Smith, 2761 Davenport Bt .
CHICKERING A SONS mahogany baby
grand, like new, bargain. Douglas 1068.
ALMOST new $200 alio phonograph and
40 records, 190, Web. 021L
OLD violin for aale cheap. Doug. 775.
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, solU, rented and
repaired. Sola agent! for the CORONA.
Get our price before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Douglaa 4120. 1912 Farnam.
PROTECTOGRAPHS, F. - K.'s; bargains.
820 Neville Bldg.
1-TON Fairbanks No. 4 standard
scale, !ttx8tt foot platform, also
28-lneh Buffalo Fofge Co. exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bea office,
17th and Farnam St Phone Tyler
IN GOING through your attice, don't you
find a lot of clotninK, lurntture, pic
tures and other articles that you have
no further uae for? And have you ever
stopped to think, that someone might
be only too glad to have them? Then
why not let the public know you have
those articles useless to you through
a little want ad in the Bee? It costs
very little and a 3-day ad would almost
be sure to sell It for you. Try It. Call
Tyler 1000 and ask for the Want Ad
BURGLARS AND SNEAK
THIEVES Keep them out with a Sentinel alarm,
simple and sure. No burglar ever pass
ed one. 32.60 installed. Phone Tyler
4860 for demonatratlon.
We rent, repair, pHI nred(?a and ports.
llith and Harney. Duglaa 1972.
SWEET potatoea by mail, we have com
ing soon, car Southern Nancy Hall
Sweets; guaranteed fine; half ' bushel,
postage paid within 160 miles, 11.36;
:mn miles. $1.65.
W1CKHAM BERRY FARM, Salem, Neb.
SURE and safe Investment, city warren's
to pay you 10 per cent Interest, 810'l,
(500 and $1,000 amounta E. G. Solomon
617 Karbach Bldg. Douglaa 6212. I
FOR SALEAlfalfa hay, baled. 817 ton;
or delivered, 320 per ton. 66c per bale,
retail. Phone Black 3316. A. J. Brown;
1810 Ave. O, Council Bluffs.
WE buy, sell safes, make desks, eho
cases etc. Omaha Fixture St Supply Co,
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douclaa. D 3724.
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS.
FRED C. TAYLOR.
603 SECURITIES BLDG., TY. 3686,
GENTLEMAN'S leather coat for sale, A-l
condition, size 40, bargain if told at
once. Call 45 S. 24th Ave.
PULLMAN conductor unlfo-m, almost
new, size 33. 411 North 20tli. Dg. 4100.
Q A FIVQ BARGAINS, 12th & Farnam,
OrVT XUO j. j. Darlcht Safe Co.
DARK gray overcoat for sale, best ma
terial, size jo. lyier ,
KINDLING for sale by loud. James May,
ATHLETIC club membership. Tyler 3047.
ORCHESTRA music for sale. Wal. 4830.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. D. 6140.
WILL buy lecond-hand clothing, shoes and
-urniture. Ty. z&9. A. zavett. 7ui in. it.
WANTED Position as night watchman
and fireman. References furnishea.
John Ewing. Phone 866, Co. Bluffs, la.
WALLS cleaned, H. Mell. Douglaa 9506.
HAULING ashes, 12c a tub. Wal. 3515.
WELL exp. Janitor wants work. Tyler 6210.
Watch tht Domestic column of The
Bee. Lota of good places are always
advertised. Don't miBS them.
SEWING, silkr. velvets, skirts, jackets, re-
lined, remodeled. Reasonable. Har. tsin.
PRACTICAL nurse wants position. Dg.313li
Laundry and Day Work
DAY work wanted.
DAY work, or aa janitress. South 44S1.
DAY work, cleaning. Ironing. Web. 6622.
DAY work. exp. white woman. Doug. 8333.
WOOL blankets, lace curtains. H 1130.
CLEANING, ironing, colored. Har. 616a.
DAYWORK. exp.-colored. Web. 4391.
First class laundress. Tyler 4328.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
TWO candy salesmen, Omaha and Hastings
hrtQts. Salary and com.
THE MARTI CO.. 1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
Professions and Trades.
LEARN th best trade. Barbera wanted
everywhere. Earn while you learn.
Few waeks completes our course. Write
today for special proposition and free
Illustrated catalog. Moler Barber Col
lege, 110 S. 14th.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
A 33-YEAR established concern desires
representative calling on retail hard
ware and department stores In eachj of
the following states, Nebraska end Saith
Dakota, on strictly commission hfsla.
State what portion you cover regularly
and what line you now handle and how
olu-n you cover the territory. Address
Lock Box 116, Teorla, 111.
WANTED at once, salesmen to sell tires
In country direct to consumer and to
dealers In small towns on liberal com
mission proposition. Must furnish own
car. This la a money maker for a
hustler. Call on Fordcord Rubber
Company, Grand Hotel, Council Bluffs,
WESTERN 8TATES AUTO ASS'N NEED
TWO MEN WHO ARE WORKERS FOR
TERRITORY CLOSE IN. BIO OPPOR
TUNITY. CALL MR. GEORGE AT
GRAND HOTEL, COUNCIL BLUFFS.
SALESMAN for boilers, radlatora, heating
uu juuuiuinc supplies ior Nebraska ter
ritory. Must be experienced In atesm,
Box"'w63 Watr hea'ln,r' Bm
SPECIALTY salesmen wanted, in silver
ware, rugi and blankets. Can use a
couple of e-ood men. out nf town work.
C- F. Adams Co.. 622 So. 16th. .
WANTED Five Bond and Stock 8alra
men.t0 ork on le45 turnlahed. The
Bankers Investment Trust tot flssaar
SW. . Paul. juaa.
TO JOIN OOR
OF THE BLUE.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Agents and Canvassers.
FOR the new ytr, why should life in
surance agents in Nebraska plod along
In the old rut, when a proposition is
open for you that will meet present
financial and other conditions? Some
thing now In "Old Line" life Insurance.
We want good men and will use them
well. It la to your Interest to engage
witn the Columbia Lire insurance com-
vany of Fremont, reb.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
YOUNG ladlea to enroll In our day or
evening classes, now forming In uregg
shorthand, typewriting, comptometer op
eration, bookkeeping and higher account
ing, individual Instruction, tuition pay
DWORAK SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING,
2d Floor wcad Build., 18th and Farnam
Telephone, Douglas 7415.
Professions And Trades.
WANTED Ladles to learn barber trade
Special rates and Inducements.
TRI-CITY BARBER COLLEGE.
EXPERIENCED girl wanted In collar de
partment. Hlnchey Laundry. 2301 N
St. South 4760.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED AT ONCK
Good girl for general housework. Small
family, modern convenience! Laundress
kept No small children, good wage!,
good horn to right girl. Addresi Boi
X72, Omaha Bee
' Watch thi Domestic Column of The
Bee Want Ada. Good, well-paid and
homelike places always advertlaed.
WANTED White girl for house work;
small family: good wages. Mra. G. H.
Tratt, 3604 Woolworth Ave. Har. 0633.
FAMILY of two wants first-class waah
woman. Will bring and call for laundry.
Phone Harney 0598.
WANTED Experienced white cook. 600
South 38th St., phone Miss Jessie Mil
lard. Har. 0776.
WANTED A competent cook.
az.na nve.. Har zi)6.
WANTED White laundress, references re
quired, Har. 0672. 3709 Jones.
WANTEDA competent second maid, ap
ply 206 So. 32nd ave., Har. 206.
BETWEEN AGES OF 17 AND
8TII GRADE EDUCATION OR BETTER.
ROOM 614. NEW TBLEPHONB BLDG.,
19TH AND DOUGLAS STREETS.
Male and Female
CLERKS (men, women) over 17, for
Postal Mail Service, 1130 month. Ex
aminations January. Experience unnec
trunry. For free particulars, write J.
Leonard (former Civil Service Exam
iner, 909 Equitable Bldg., Washington,
WANTED Men, ladles and boya to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
" 140J Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College
BOYLES BUSINESS COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY
' JANUARY 3.
Oay and night. Catalog free. Ad
dress H. B. Boyles, Pres., Boylei Build
ing, Omana, Neb. Telephone Doug
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
WANTED An honest business gentleman
that has lots of pep and 36,000 cash to
start a business in umaha that
nnn.nl tn (v.ru .(Hnn fit rimnh. Ci
make better than 30 per cent on yo
money. And a position If you wl:
Box W-92, Bee.
RESTAURANT for sale cheap.
315 No. 16th St., Dg. 7667.
TO GET In or out of business, see LEWIS
ft Co.. 411 McCague Bids.
FtU'R pool tables for sale,
takes all. 2709 Q St.
RESTAURANT for sale. Douglas 6786.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS?
Or have vnu planned on making a
change, which will be more convenient
I for you. If so, then call The Bee Want
Ad Dopt., Tyler 1000, and we will not
only furnish you with a complete room
llfit of choice vacant rooms In Omaha,
but also keep your number on our "Want
to Rent" list for further refertnee In case
you wanted to make another change.
These lists are absolutely free of charge
to all readers and advertisers of The
Omaha Bee and published solely tor
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.
VERY comfortable modern room forre
fined gentleman in private family (no
children). West Farnam district. Walk
ing distance. References. Call Harney
SINGLE and double rooms for men only,
running hot and cold water, steam heat,
walking distance. Brown Apts., 60S
No. 21st St.. Dg. 6644.
1302 SoUth 30th Ave., nicely furnished
room In very nice location, very desir
able, must be seen to be appreciated
COLONADE HOTEL. .
2474 Harney, furnlahed aleeptng
rooms, good heat.
BEAUTIFUL steam-heated rooms for 2 or
or 4 young men. Walk. diet. Tyler 2764.
NICELY furnished rooms modern apart
ment. Breakfast if desired. Tyler 1835.
2 LARGE steam heated front rooms,
suitable for two. 618 South 19th St.
LOCATION central on cross-town line, 2
outside rooms. Apply 220 u, N. 23d.
636 PARK AVE., room and alcove. Walk
ing dlatance. Private. Harney 4028.
5SS PARK AVE. Room and alcove; walk-
. Ing distance. Private. Har. 4028.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished well heated,
i large front room. Harney 7378.
SINGLE room. 1633 Park Ave. H. 7376.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS IN CITY. WE HAVE
THE. BEST IN CITY. CALL TYLER
1000. WANT AD. ASK ABOUT OUR
BEE ROOM LIST. PURLISHED EVERY
WEEK FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF OUR ADVERTISERS
AND READERS. TYLEH 1000. WANT
JIT4 Harney, furnlahed housekeeping
and sleeping rooms; hot water heat
2 furnlahed light housekeeping rooms,
modern, prefer eupl! aokloysd, garage.
Webster OH. (,
T VOO WOt tNirV I OO MAKE MS ftlCK- VOO NEVER II HELLO-1 THl MR. 00?
n y"N I LEFT THt UXE ANY AMUEMENT AFTER TH! I'M IN FASOa rvB Twat n ncr I -J
FOR RENT ROOMS.
" Housekeeping Rooms.
HOME-LIKE furnished double room, sult-
1. 1 n 1.1. t -.) ,1. , I ,1.n
TWO modern housekeeping room! within
walking distance. Doug. 8849.
1-ROOM, well furnished, for light house,
keeping, 620 8. 20th St, Dg. 4688.
Board and Rooms.
FCR CHOICB BOARD AND RM. WATCH
THB BCD WANT ADS, AND IP TOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT IOU WANT IN
THB WANT COLUMN CALL TY. 1000
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
LIST OF ROOMS.
FURNISHED room with board for two-
gentlemen or man and wife, modern
noma privileges, call Webster 6006.
BUSINESS woman with child over S years
may receive noara ana room witn care
of child. Harney 2949.
NICELY furnished sleeping room, with or
wunoui ooara. , web. 1070.
ROOM and board In private home for lady.
Close to car. Web. 6529.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage, 444 S.
15th St., 320; 1-room brick flat, 2613 N.
3 1st St.. tie. S. a and R. E. Mont
gomery, Doug. 1311 Walnut 2136.
140 PER MONTH (-room house, modern,
3806 N. 17th St Key at 3802 N. 17th.
Phone Webster 1169.
(-ROOM house, modern except heat I 2717
8. 12th St. Douglas 7165.
I-ROOM, modern but heat, 2d floor, $25.
3706 Q -St. Douglas 3556.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
Dodge, at 18th Street
Omaha's Newest and Finest
elusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
WALKING distance west, beautiful 8-rm.
and bath apt, with EVERYTHING
FURNISHED. Ideal for working girls
or nurses, 595 mo., no lease. Douglaa
1734 or Douglas 8867.
TWO and (-room furnished apt!., steam
neat, within walking distance. Brown
Apts., 508 N. 21st St. Douglas 6644
Located on 38th avenue between Far
nam and Dewey avenue; Omaha's finest
and newest apartment building; suites
of three, four and five rooms; In Oma
ha's most exclusive residence district
Prices, 1100 to 1150. Building now
ready for occupancy.
1016 Omaha National Bank Bldg.,
FIVE-ROOM apartment In Monticello, 520
eoutn mat street 1106. 5-room apart
ment In Ardmore Terrace, 49th and
California street 1125. 5-room apart
ment In Mount Vernon, 520 South 31st
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
Tyler 0644. 17th and Farnam Sts.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists In apartment management.
STRICTLY modern, 5-room brick flat In
good neighborhood; possession Jan. l.
Inquire 604 First Nat. Bank.
MODERN 2-room heated apartment, 1629
1'arK Ave.; private home, on car line.
Phone Harney 2210.
FOUR all outside light rooms. Location,
central. Apply 220 N. 23(1..
FOR RENT Business Property.
8KB F. D. WEAD. 310 B. 18TH ST.
Garages and Barns.
FINE garage for rent, for 3 cars. 2403
N. 18th St. Webster 2329.
FINE garage for rent, for 3 cars, 2408 No.
18th street. Web. 2329.
CAR space, 618 S. 26th. Dg. 8885.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY and van CO.
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
' HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and Jackson Sts. Douglaa 0288.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE.
Beparate 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 H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 8400.
WE can save you money on automobiles
and household goods to California In
Omaha Van ft Storage Co.
06 So. 16th St.
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 us estimate your moving, packing
and storage, 1606 Davenport, Doug. 2908.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
AIREDALE critics, genuine hlgh-clasa
certified pedigreed pups. Drive out, you
are welcome. Papplo Airedale Kennels.
78th and Dodge, Omaha.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
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.
You must, see and drive this car to
appreciate what a bargain it la
PHONE TYLER 4434.
SOME bargains In used Ford cnri Mo
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station. 16th and Jackson. Onug
WILL sacrifice Ford touring, 1917, In ex
cellent condition, for 3175; leaving city.
Phone Doug. 3340. C. Brownell.
DANDY Chalmers, 7-passenger, fine
shape, for sale reasonable or will trad.
Call South 3343 after 7 p. m
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
20th Harney Sta
2V4 OR 3-TON dump truck, with Wood'i
hoist, for sale very reasonable. For
particulars call Tyler 1976.
THE DIXIE FLYER,
W. B. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY.
2520 Farnam St
OOOD Ford touring, for sale very reason
able, or will trade. Address Box X-3-X,
FOR SALE Good 3-ton While truck, run
only 600 miles.. Phone Douglaa 6464.
WILL sacrifice late model Ford roadster.
Address Box R-222, Omaha Boo.
1910 FORD COUPE, In A-l condition,
bargain. Call Douglas (464.
FORD aedan, 1920, brand new. never used.
Cash or tlmv Tyler 014.
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AUTOMOBILES FOR SAE.
Your opportunity to purchase a
Re-new-ed Caddillac, or a good
used car, at a wonderful bargain
The condition of these cars at
the prices asked, offers an oppor
tunity for you which you may not
find again for years.
Buy from a concern in which
you can rightfully have confidence.
Take advantage of this
Cadillac 33 Touring,
Hudson Super Six, $950.
Buick, nearly new,
Stearns Knight, $1,200.
A safe place to buy.
J. H. Hansen Cadillac Co.,
Farnam af26th Harney 0710.
' AN OLD FORD
WHEN 1 PER DAY
WILL BUY A NEW FORD?
Will trade your old Ford toward the
down payment of a new, lelf-starter
equipped louring car. The condition nf
ydur old Ford no object Vhe older they
are the better we like them. Don't de
lay, but come In today and get ourllb
eral exchange proposition.
M'CAFFREY MOTOR CO..
15TH 'AND JACKSON STS.
GOOD CLOSED CARS
AT REASONABLE PRICES
1921 Ford Coupe
Driven (ess than 1,000 miles
New 1921 Nash Sedan, 7-passenger
3500 under list.
1920 Douglas 4-patisenger Sedan
1920 Ford Coupe, a bargain
1920 Ford Sedan, refintshed.
198 Dodge Sedan, overhauled and re
paired. 1918 Oakland. Coupe.
1918 Cadillac Brougham
We also carry a full line of open
cars, 100 to select from. 1
MEEKS AUTO CO.
2047-48 Farnam St.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
FIVE passenger Jordan BrouBham. Terms
If desired, t all Harney 5459.
DODGE SEDAN. BUMPERS
FRONT AND REAR. AND
OTHER EXTRAS. LIKE NEW,
2204 Farnam. Dour. bO.31.
WILL sacrifice dandy Reo 6: might con
sider smallfr car in trade. Harney
6256 or Webster 0729.
DODGE Touring, fine condition, very rea
sonable Call owner. Tyler 35s7.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
WRITE for our list of guaranteed rebuilt
motorcycles. Victor H. Roos, 27th and
Leavenworth, Dept. B. Omaha. Neb.
FOR RENT 160-acre Improved farm. 12
miles N. W. of Omaha, fine stock farm.
Paul Peterson, 264 Brandel! Theater
160 ACRES, Imp., near Lincoln, Neb. Cash
rent. Box W-91, Omaha Bee.
ACRES, 1.440, Prowers county, Colorado;
grain and stock proposition; well lo
cated; level wheat land; improved;
219,400; easy terms: possession. Louis
Miller, Frankfort, Ind.
120 acres one mile east of Lovcland.
Iowa, 66 acres in corn, 25 orchard, bal
ance pasture. A fine location for stock
and poultry farm. Will trade and as
sume on income, resident or lands.
M'VEIGH REALTY CO.,
Doug. 1966. 1418 First Nat'l BanH.
LOOKING FOR A
If 5'nu are, an opportunity is before
you. Hardwood land In Attrim and
Kalkaska counties, Mich., at only $15
to 235 per acre. Small down tayment.
easy terms. Excellent location. Special
features and ways of helping settlers.
Write for big free booklet. SW1GART
LAND CO., J-1252, First National Bonk
Bldg., Chicago. III.
Fourteen miles from Omaha P. O. Well
Improved, good locality, 4 miles from
station, rolling land, fine for stock. 240
acres; very easy terms. Will take city
property or raw land.
VV. T. GRAHAM,
Doug. 1533 704 Bee Bldg.
TWO Improved ciuarters, adjoining, 165
nn acre: 6 miles 2 towns; good soli;
some level; one mile river; school,
church, 1 j half broke; $100 commis
sion; terms. V. Lund, Republican City,
FOR SALE 1(10 acres of land In Cheyenne
County, Neb.; 100 acres fine winter
wheat; price $R0 per acre, .1. M. Ben
nett, Wayne, Neb.
2240 ACRES Oil land for lease In Osage
Wyoming oil field. Any part or all.
Producing wells adjoining It address
Dell Phetteplase. Nefsy. Wyo.
Real Estate Loans.
WE have cash on hand to loan on Omaha
E. II. LOUGEE, INC..
638 Recline Bldg.
FOR SALE $7,000 first mortgage on
Washington county farm valued at
$48 000. Good rate. Taul Peteraon, 564
Brandela Theater Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EA8T NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE RlCAL ESTATE CO..
101$ Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 71
2100 to $10,000 made promptly.
D. WEAD. Wead Bldg.. $10 8. 18th Bt
frROMPT genrlca, reasonable raiea, privatl
mow. Oarrta Broa. ttl Owkft tfV
Stocks and Bonds.
82,000 WILL buy half Interest In patented
article, on market for three yeara, uni
versal demand, carrying profit of 300
per cent, througn wholesalers. Net
profit should be 110,000 this year. Box
' MORTGAGE FOR SALE.
A 14,000 mortgage secured by good
quarter land, mortgage given by banker
of Council Bluffa It runa little more
than three yeara yet, drawl ( per cent
Interest. Need money and If taken
soon, will discount mortgage 3600, net
ting purcnaser nearly 12 per cent inter
est on nis money. For psrtlculars ad'
dresa box 166. Haxtun. Colo.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
DO YOU WANT TO SELL?
We have buyers for up-to-date five
and six-room houses from 34,(00 to
16,000. If you want to sell call
BENSON & CARMICHAEL.
642 Paxton Block. Tyler 8540.
WE buy and sell Omana real estate.
C. B. STUHT CO.,
Douglas 8787. 913 City Nat't
To buy or sell Onuha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Nat Bk. Rid. Dnnrln. lit!
JblST homes and income property.
liKUUNlU REALTY CO.
1418 1st Nat Bk.
W. G. SHRIVR
1047-9 Omaha Nat Bk.
B'.dg. Doug. 1131
LISTINGS WANTED. '
Western Real Estate Co., 412 Karbasb Bldg.
THE Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO..
1506 Dodge St. Douglas 1345.
BIRKETT .ff.A k T, T
ftso. Peters Trust Bldg. Doug 0621.
PT TTTPPITMC! REAL ESTATE.
.J. 1 iNoii,s. and Rentals
605 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Douglaa 2142
LIST your house for sale with Glover &
Spain. Realtors. 9J9-20 City National.
Douglas 260 .
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE or exchange Fire proof gar
age building, 40x100; modern; haa elec
tric power and lights, city water, furn
ace; retiring room for ladies In office;
retiring room In atorage room for men;
good location In town of 600 hustling
and friendly people In Story county, la.
Building leased to reliable and respon
sible tenant. $50 per month. Want
$8,000 for building and will take up to
$10,000 general merchandise, clothing,
groceries, hardware or furniture. Deal
direct with owner. N. M. Everhart,
WILL trade good lots for equity In mod
ern or part modern house. Doug. 0722.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
CUMING Near 29tb St., 44 feet: must be
old to close estate. C. A. Grlramel. 84$.
Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE cheap: 2 lots on Ak-Sar-Ben
Hill. Inquire 2623 Charles.
113 FEET ON 11TH1 ST..
$50 PER FOOT.
BOSTW1CK. 400 Peters Trust Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
Y'ALSH -ELMER CO., Realtors, Real
Estate, Investment, Insurance, Rentals
Tyler I63S. 332 Securities lid.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
NF.THA WAY. Sub'.'-han oruiiy. Col. 14f
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
BUNGALOW, High, aightly location on &ved street
In excellent neighborhood. Close to
school and car. House has five excel
lent rooms. Oak and enamel finish.
Tastily decorated. $760 cash, balance
monthly. Call Grant Benson. Evenings
and holidays Walnut 1580.
642 Paxton Block.
HOftrE IN CEAIRMONT.
S-room bungalow,' Kellastone son
i struction, just being completed.
Oak and white enamel finish, block
to carline. Restricted neighbor
hood. Price, $6,500. Easy terms?
' for particulais, call Walnut 2812.
Omaha Real Estate ana investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
21 Paxton Blk.
Phone Tylir 4880.
2 choice lots, attractive suburban locatlcM,
6 r. house, newly decorated; gas, watr,
elec. Its. $3,000. $200 down. Dg. 4228.
A FEW homes and lots for sal la Park
wood addition: a aafelace for Invest,
nient Norrls & Norrla Douglas 4270.
J B. ROBINSON, real estate and Invest
ment, 442 Bee Rid. Douelss 807.
Beautiful 7-room house with heated
garage, vapor heat and hardwood fin
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
Douglas 0046. 915-17 City Nat.
5-ROOM house, paved street, for $2,000;
easy terms. Col. 0175. R. F. Clary Co..
North Omaha Realtors. 2411 Ames Ave.
BUY equity In fine suburban home;
about $5,000 to handle or will consider
close In home. Owner Colfax 4166.
SPECIAL terms on 2S23 Seward St 4-rm.
bungalow. Modern, $200 cash, bal. mo.
Crelgh. 608 Bee, Doug. 0200
MINNE LUSA homes and lota offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
ItENSON METERS CO 114 om. Nat'l
NEAR 20th AND VINTON STREET
We have a real bargain for someone
with limited means. This consists of
three $ small houses bringing a total
of $540.00 a year and with wonderful
future possibilities as business property,
good frontnge on Vinton street.
D. V. SHOLES CO.. Ilesltors.
Douglas 0046 $16-17 City Nat'l.
Iuuce in nereis bi..ii mm ... 7
meeting of tho stockholders of Tha Mid
land Title Guarantee & Abstract Co. will
be held nt the of ft of said company at
Room 100. Voters Trust Building. Omaha,
Neb., on Tuesday, Uanuary 4. 1921, at 4
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mav properlv rome before said meeting.
MIDLAND TITLE. GUARANTEE & AB-
DJJ.J1. 3i Fr!idnt
Drawn for The Bee by McManus
Copyright. 1920 International Newa Service
Bushels in 1920
54,743,000 Bushels Shipped
Out by Local Exchange
Omaha Still Second Larg
est Market in World.
A total of 62.176,000 bushels of
grain were received and 54,743,700
hushels were shipped out by th!
Omaha Grain Exchang; during tho
year just closed.
Wheat receipts at Omaha in 1920
were 24,786,000 bushels, against 23,-000,000-
ushels in 1919. Corn arri
vals totaled 20,277,000 bushels as
compared to 23,000,000 bushels the
A total of 13,982,000 bushels of
oats were received, while 14,500,000
bushels represented the receipts in
1919. Total rye receipts for the
year just closed were 1,969,000 bush
els, compared to 1,450,000 bushels
the preceding year. Barley receipts
were 1,162,800 bushels as compared
16 2,635,000 bushels in 1919.
Receipts Lighter Than Average,
For the past two vears receipts
at all terminal markets have been
lighter than the average for a num
ber ot years before, several factors
have contributed to the decrease. In
1919 embargoes, a' car shortage and
a short crop of corn grown in 1918
were the main causes. During the
early part of 1920 the car shortage
Ftilliaffectcd the crop movement and
caused farmers to feed much ot their
grain, particularly corn, that other
wise would have reached primary
points, grain men say.
And finally, the big drop in com
prices this fall has caused many
farmers to hold their grain either
lo teed or for better figures. Since
a large part of the corn crop does
not ordinarily reach, terminal mar
kets in volume until January and
February, however, the record corn
crop raised the past season may be
reflected in very large receipts of
this cereal during the next month
or two, grain men say. The volume
will largely depend upon whether
corn prices make material advances
from present levels, however.
Second Largest Corn Market.
In the meantime Omaha retains
her position, held for a number of
years, as the second largest corn
market of the world.
Likewise the continued progress
of the Omaha Grain Exchange is as
sured. This market is situated in the
heart of the richest agricultural dis
trict in the world. In the states di
rectly tributary to the Omaha market
there was produced in 1920 almost
half of all the grain grown in the
Omaha, in addition, is the only
strictly primary market in the United
States. Practically all of her receipts
are directiy from the farm, while ar
rivals at other terminals come to a
large extent from other markets.
Moreover, Omaha ships grain to
every section of the country and
large shipments from this market go
directly to the seaboard for export.
Receipts and Shipments.
A table showing the total receipts
and shipments of grain during the
past year, as compared with those
of the preceding year, follows:
(in bushels) 1520
(In bushels) -
54,743.700 0, 150, 000
Divorce Suits Fall
Off in 1920; Civil '
Cases Show Increase
There were 1,403 suits filed for
divorce in t,he office of the clerk
of the district court in 1919 and
1,419 in 1920. There were 235 per
sonal injury suits filed in l'19 and
308 in 1920. Total number of civil
cases of all kinds filed in 1P19 was
3,286, as against 3.427 in 1920.
Total number of criminal cases in
1919 was 1,064 and 980 in 1920.
There were 1,022 divorce decrees
granted in 1919 and 1.029 in 1920.
Fifty-five thousand dollars in ali
mony was received and paid out
through this office in 1920.
The total number of civil caes
tried by jury in 1920 was 209 Out
of this "number 139 verdicts were
returned in favor of the defendants.
57 in favor of the plaintiffs and
there were 13 disagreements.
Navy Recruiting Station Here
Cost Total of $230,500 in '20
"An expenditure of $230,500 during
1920 in Omaha is recorded by the
United States navy, according to
Capt. J. H. Comfort, naval inspec
tor for the middle western states.
That amount includes salaries of
officers and enlisted men on recruit
ing duty in Omaha and the living
expenses of offices.
Approximate expenditures are as
Kent, heat a'nd llvht
Salaries (40 men
Snlarli'H (four offlcoral.
I'inurcs on the exoenditures of the
army in Omaha are unavailable.
In Stock Marked
vinrir y mi m
Sharp Advance in Prices
Traced to War Conditions--Public
Goes on "Strike",
And Value Tumbles.
By International News Service.
New York, Dec. 3!. The stock
market passed through an eventful
period through a period of read
justment following the war durinp
which values were driven up to
dizzy heights far beyond their trUr
levels. Just as sharp as had beer,
the advance earlier in the year, jui
so sharp were the declines whicl
followed when stocks were driven
down to their true levels. In fact,
so precipitate did the decline be
come that toward the latter part ti
the year in November bany fs
sues were forced down far below
their intrinsic values.
The advance in prices can easib
be traced to the natural effect oi
war conditions. Salaries were high
money was plentiful. Speculation
was rampant. Everybody, seemed
imbued with the fever to invest
money into something that would
bring immediate and big returns.
The people had to have sonic out
let for their excess funds and tbe
gtock market furnished the mediurii.
An era of luxury buying set ki.
Everything shot up to unheard el
Gambling and "speculating in food
stuffs and other necessities began,
with the public being forced to foot
the bill. Such inflated conditions,
however, could not long exist. The
country had to get back on a peace
basis, the pu&iic went on a suert i
"strike" against the high cost tf j
living. It was not an organized
tnrt Knt timnlv an expression oi-.
protest against the exhoroitatu
prices. The Federal Reserve banks
came to the relief of the public l,y
increasing its discount rate.. This
materially checked the wild, specu
lation and tended to throw on the
market much of the necessities that
had been hoarded. ' ",
High Prices Drop. k I
The outpouring of the hoajfded
goods, as well as a falling off ir the
demand of the public, quickly com
pelled a reduction in prices. Th(
Strike" of the public caused a slump
in the business world. Industrial
nlants hv the score bcean reducinc
their production, cutting down their
number of emploves and violently
slashing wages. This was particu
larly true in the textile, automobile,
tire, independent steel and copper in
dustries. Concerns were caught
loaded up with commodities at the
high levels and as a result annual
inventories were effected at enor
mous losses. Extra financing was
needed by many and a number of
corporations had to pay big rates of
interest to secure ' accommodation.
Money was at a premium with banks
demanding the most gilt-edged se
curity. There was a heavy enlarge
ment in bankruptcies and approxi
mately 7,000 concerns with liabili
ties estimated at over $300,000,000,
are estimated to have gone-, touthe
wall during 1920. Scores of corpora
tions were torced to either cut
entirely suspend their dividends.
Stocks Forced Down. 1
Naturally, this period of transition
in the industrial world was reflect
ed on the stock market in a sharp
downward movement in yalues from
the hight to.., which they had ben
driven by the public's fevered imag
ination. Industrial issues led the vio
lent declines !
The railroad stocks were helped nn
the early part of the year by the in
creased freight and passenger rates
granted by the government and by
the passage of the Cummins-Esfcfc
bill prohibiting strikes of the rail
road workers. Talk of segregation
by many railroads of their old, coal
and timber holdings contributed 4o
the upturn in this group. However,
the stagnation in the business world
was soon reflected in a marked de
crease in railroad earnings and this
class of stocks shared in the late
year decline. i
The following table of 35 leading
industrial and railroad issues, show
ing their high and low prices Jn
1920, illustrates how violent the re
adjustment in the stock market has
been. High prices for the year, are
given with low prices reached ,late
in December. ' ' .
American Beet Suftar. . .
American Locomotive . .
Atlantic Gulf and W. I.
Beth Steel B
Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul.
Cluett Pea body
Columbia Gnphaphone ...
Cuba Cane Sugar
N. T., New Haven ft Hart.
Pan. Am. Petroleum
Republic Iro4 & Steel
Royal Dutch , ....
Union Pacific 129
United Retail Stores ........ Lj
United States Food Prod 78S
1'. S. Rubber 143
U. S. Steel 10$
934 Miles of Omaha ;
Streets Cared for In "20
City Commissioner D. B. Butler,
superintendent of the street cloanint;
and maintenance department, reports
that lie has found 9.U miles of streets
in Omaha. 677 miles being unpaved
and 257 miles paved.
The following is an abstract of the
work of this department during thi
last year: !
57,450 square jariln of asphalt laid in
tho repairing of paved street!.
1.4S6 lineal feet of culvert! constructed.
? qui hinri, of dirt streets repaired.
4.'S6 block! of dirt streets repaired and
67.315 blocks of naved.
clrane.i by 'White V lima."
iS.)65 blocks of paved streets dry
cleaned bv wngona. trucks and laborers.
16.916 loads ot sweeping hauled o'jt
33,696 blocks of paved streeta flushed.
T.104 blocks of weeds cut. '
90.1S6 loaas or snow nauten. .
x 701 InnriM nf cinders hauled for rebalr
of unpaved street. A
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Irlng paved 1
4,0:0 tona ot 1
thit. 1 I
2,962 rave-ins ana vrsanouts
Material used In repairing
streets: 5,100 tons or aaiiu, 4,0;
Hone dust. 3,010 tons ot aapha
Canada proposes to enact legisla
tion as a solution of her industrial
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