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THE BEE OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26, 1921.
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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
KEPLER John William, aged t6 yrs..
Jan. 25, 1921, at the realdence of his
son-in-law, E. V. Rosengre n. 2441 n;
St. Funeral, Wednesday afternoon at .1
o'clock from N. P. Swanaon's chapel.
17th And Cuming Sta. Interment, Dor
LODOK ROOMS for rent. Col. 0176,
"STACK & FALCONER
5'kko AMBULANCE g'Sf .
Thirty-third and Farnarm
H U LSE & RIE PEN
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
'701 SouthlHth St. Douglas 12IC.
"HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
i lindertakers and Kmbalmers.
Dione H. 205. Office 2611 Farnam.
FOR AMBULANCE call South 680. Koriako
Funeral Home. 2J1 ami J ,aia-
LEE L. LARMON
181 Douglas St.
JfVtlN HATH. 18t!i and Famnm. P SO00.
J.T Henderson. 1510 Karnain. Douglas 1248
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
--John and Wsle (iiillowas-. hospital, girl.
Ben and Bessie llimelbloom, 2211 Clark
:. Jake and Yetta Prltz, 2045 North Nine
teenth atreet, boy. '
Harry and Maa Hatqber, 2420 Camden
. - Kline'r and Nnnnle Carson, 8405 Cali-
I.ii'tiin streei, gin. . . .
Aiise and KaUilena Ilennlngsen, J145
Soulh ElKhtoenth utrret, boy.
'' R. V. and Mary Leonard. 270 Bristol
Charles and Frances Kanllnger, 420
:rklne ftreet, Kill. .... . . .
Tlu-odoro and K.dlth niunk, Bellevue
Jboulfvard, Route No. 6, boy.
Patrick and Ellen Brennen, 61i Sarpy
a 3'rank and Nora Quick, hospital, srlrl.
:r..Tes and Astrld Landholm, hospital,
lHarnlfl and Julia Andreasen, 2514 North
?5is1y-fir.st straet. Rlrl. ' . ' '
"Clarence and Irene Pamp, R. F. D. No.
B'iiisou slatlon. Klrl.
Ralph Stephens, 20, 1559 North Seven
. Mrs. Henrietta Josephine Pearson, it,
!1U! l 1 1 a I.
i.vhIa't AhhAtt. HI. honnital.
Mrs. Sophia Olscn, 77, 3133
Forty -second atreet.
; Haby Crimes, infant, hospital.
Ma by Grimes, infant, hospital.
The following persons were Issued per
mits to wed: i
Clarence J. Meany, over 21, Omaha, and
J'earl Maria Crowe, over 18, Omaha.
X iawrenca W. Moreiand. 18. Oma,ha, and
?t)iinle Nazarrjus, IS, Omaha.
V Fred D. Barnett, 24, Kansas City. Mo
,and Agnea Barth, 22, Milwaukee, Wis.
John Urek, 14,. Omaha., and Anna SuteJ,
to, Omaha. ' ' ' ' ' '
David Burkland, 86, 'West Point, Neb.,
and Theodora Lundgren, 311, Omaha.
Marshall H. purcell, 40, Omaha, and
TUlle Allen, 36, Omaha.
; Oscar A. Sohn3, 22. Junction City,. Kan.,
and Ruth Klaus, 18, Abilene, Kan.
: Juan Homes, 23, Omaha, and Gtmdolupe
Reyes. 21. Omaha. -
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
I FOR ARTICLES LOST on atroet cars tele-
phone Tyler 800. We are anxious to re
, store lost articles to rightful owners.
I OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RT
t LOST Near city ball, red bill book. Find-
er please kep money, return book and
receipts to Bee office.
LOST Bunch of keys with T. P. A. identi
i fleatlon tag. Please return. 40 Tem
f Inal BIdg. Reward.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. We distribute
Phone Doug 4135 and our wagon will
cull. Call and inspect our new home.
iuu-1112-1114 Dodge St.
J W. MARTIN, patent atty.. 1716 Dodge.
C PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY. Incorporated. Douglas 1107.
Arlington Block, Omaha, Neb.
; SAY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HE8S
! & 8WOEODA. 1415 FARNAM STREET.
SWEDISH massage by masseuse. Dg. 6877.
RENT, vacuum cleaner. $1 up. Wal. 1947.
WEAVINO. old rugs remade. ,Ty. 1433.
Dressmaking of all kinds. Web. 6622!
MASSAGE 210 North Seventeeht St. ,
SWEDISH massage. 31$ Neville ftlock."
i KEEP'S-HOTEL ROME
LET KEEP'S teach you to dance. Spe
' clal attention to children. Satisfaction
'' """""Ed. pg- 2W1. Har. 2792.'
f TTol Pino School for Dancing, 2424
?.XVCI-JTlIie Farnam. Doug. 7850.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Railway
Ex. Vldg. Doug. 2066. Night Col. 3812.
. JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured in all cases. Tyler 1130.
Hemstitching and Pleating.
Neb. Pleating A Button Co., 1300 Farnam
St. Doug. 6670.
TCn tjav thft hmt
nrlne with nHvUeife
t buy back' at small profiC GROSft
JEWELRY CO.. 403 N, ;6tb St. Doug-
OMAHA PILLOW COMPANY. Mattresses
made over In new- ticks at half-price of
new beds. Pillows renovated and made
up In new feather-proof ticking. 1907
Cuming street. Douglas 2467.
WE do all kinds remodeling, 'ipalrlng.
See our book of plans on bungal'-ws, g.
'rages. Dickson & jiewman. ao. im.
FILMS developed: printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co.. HOJ
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlalto Drug 6tor, 15th
ana Ajougias gt .. yjnina. iwv.
7.K an u.rih, Kfa HmRhlL Nflb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
SAFETY raior bCdea sharpened, new ra-
1. ' j ...1.1 OM.hi Hani,
r.i) r. inaur uiaurn .win.
Sharpening Co.. 1522 Podge. 103 N. 10.
" PAXTON HOTEL TURKISH BATH.
Massage, hot packs.
CONCANNON BROS.. TYLER 6731.
OMAHA WELDING CO, "The Careful
Welders. " I5tb and Jackson. D. 4397.
FULL dress suits and tuxedos for rent.
let w. 16tn St., Job" reiaman. u. iit.
PAPERHANOING and painting.
Omaha Towel Supply 107 & llth. 1X 623.
Furniture and Household, Goods.
IN gomg through your attic, don't you
find a lot of clothing, furniture, pic
tures and ether articles that you have
no further use for? And have you ever
topped to think, that someone might
be only too glad to have them? Then
why sot 1st the pobllo know you have
those articles useless to you through
a little want ad In Tha Bee? It costs
very little and a t-day ad woald almost
be sure to sell It for you. Try It Call
Tyler 1000 and ask for the Want Ad
THREE-ROOM apartment with five-room
.accommodation to party buying small
'amount of furniture. Call. Har. 4442.
9 AS range, Detroit Jewel, high oren. ex-
oelleht condition. $26. Walnut, S820.
iVOBY ret babf buggy. 2Saau. St
I I'VE COT ATEri DOLLA I III HUH? HE HADN'T COT A CENT- II II I I! ( KMiVLV AT TEtS 1 1 J!S4 WOW! THE.
" M nPOr7?K,T?AKiOCK"L 0-r! WELL HE WON'T BE ABLE TO ET MORN M-. CLD f UP BARREL lt
Lror!0rHT,U HADN'T EVEM fec FARE, r TA ' TTv-r-wfl--l
. J 9 II tsET MORNirsc- 1 1 i92i .y ;, -,atu siWv.c. inc. Hitlr
- FOR SALE,
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
Wonderful bargains, price cut on
standard makes to less than half reg
ular1 price of manufacturers, also a
fw used phonographs for Uttla money,
big saving, act quickly.
BIGGEST phonograph bargains In town.
1136 size. 149. SO; $150 size, 105; $300
also, J135. Records free with each
phonograph. 91 records, 4"c; records
exchanged, Ml. Hlilaes Phonograph
Co., 14U4 Dodge St.
TO MAKE room for new stock, will sacri
fice all phonographs on hand; 3K15 size,
$19.50; $150 size, JB5; $1 records, 46c;
records exchanged, 15c. Schlaes Phono
graph Co., 140 Podge St.
. Big price reductions on surplus stock
of new and used pianos and player
pianos In gramls and uprights. Real
bargaina that will save you money.
A. HOSPE CO.
Pianos for rent.
art and music
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
Get our price before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Douglas 4120. 1912 Farnam.
WE SELL AND RENT OUR OWN MAKE
OF TYPEWRITERS, SPECIAL RATES
TO STUDENTS ON THREE-MONTH
RENTALS. L. C. SMITH & BROS.
TYPEWRITER CO., 403 WORLD-HERALD
BLDG. TELEPHONE DOUG. 221J.
PROTECTOGRAPHS. F. & E.'s; bargains.
320 Neville BIdg
1-TON Fairbanks No. 4 standard
scale, 3'4x3'4 foot platform, alio
21-lnch Buffalo Forge Co. exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17th and Farnam Sts. Phone Tyler
TO MOVE OR WRECK.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
10-room double house, two 6-room
apartments to be moved or wrecked.
For sale heap. For particulars call
Doug. 2000, or Colfax 2834.
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts.
15th and Harney.
SURE and safe Investment, city warrants
10 pay you to per cent Interest, lion,
$500 and 4U.O0O amounts. E. G. Solomon,
SU'Karbach Bldg. Douglas '6!2.
WE buy, sell Bafes, make deaks, show
cases, etc. omaha Fixture & Supply Co.
S. W. Cor, llth and Douglas. D. 2724.
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS.
FRED O. TAYLORs
603 SECURITIES BLDG. TYLER 3635.
R A TcTcQ BARGAINS, 12th & Farnam,
0-tt.r Ui3 j, j. Darlght Safe Co.
FOR SALE One ladles' diamond
Hk. Phone Harney 2731.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. D. 0146.
WILL buy second-band clothing, shoes and
urntture. Ty. 2698. A. Zavett 706 N. 1.
OUTTMAN pays highest prices for men's
clothing, furniture, etc. H. 1172.
ENGINEER Ice refrigerating and power
plant. 15 years' exper. Box W-136, Bee
Painting, pprhg., plastering. Wal. 4567.
DRESSMAKING, all kinds, by day. Web.
DRESSMAKING by day. Web. 0597.
Laundry and Day Work.
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't miss them.
PHONE your ad In to The Bee. It saves
time. Call Tyler 1000 and ask for the
Want Ad Dept.
BUNDLES, day work, laundry. Web. 6004.
LAUNDRESS wants day work. Web. 6063.
CLEANING, laundry, day work. Web. 6383.
DAY work, laundry, cleaning. Web. 4123.
DAY work wanted. Experienced. Web. 6631
WORK as maid, waitress. Web. 4142.
Bundle washing neatly done. Web. 3197.
DAY work by colored woman. Web. 6194.
DAYWORK. Experienced. Webster 66.6.
HOUSEMAID wants work. Ref. H. 0805.
BUNDLE WASHING, daywork Har. 6679.
Laundress wants daywork. Ty. -1916.
1ST CLASS laundress. Tyler 4328.
1ST CLASS laundress. Web. 2973.
DAY work wanted. Webster 3204.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
CANDY maker wanted; a steady Job fr
a good all around candy maker for
wholesale and retail trade. State ex
perience and salary wanted in firat let
ter. Can also use four good chocolate
dippers. McDowell Candy Co., Falr-
liury, Neb. ' f
BOOKBINDER Wanted Forwarder and
finisher preferred. Will consider for
warder only. Write Hawkeye Bindery
Co.. 215 Fourth St.. Pes Moines, Iowa.
WANTED AM experienced clerk fr
country general store. Kindly" state Sal
ary wanted with full particulars. Ad-
dress Box T-1409. Cms ha Bee.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGIt.
110 So. 14th. Write for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Salesmen for Nebraska territory to
sell high-grade line of men's neckwear
and men's (furnishing goods. Liberal
commission. Give age, experience, ref
erences and full details In first letter.
American Manufacturing Company, Box
1343. Dea Moines, la.
SPECIALTY saieamen in silverware, rugs
and blankets; can use a couple of rotu!
'men. Out-of-town work. C. F. Adams
Co.. 323 8. lf.th St ,
MAN wanted to set pins at Farnam
Bowling Alley. 1807 Farnam St,
Professions and Trades.
COMPTOMETER operator, nice office, $30
or $95; Pt'B. X. operator, $i.
BUSINESS MEN'S. HEKERENCW ASS'N,
917-11 W. O. W, Bldg, I
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED rntelllgfnt women to canvass
house to house In Omaha and Council
Bluffs. Good salary. Only those who
are willing to work eight hours a day
need aptly. Expurience not absolutely
, necessary. Apply to Mr. Long, City
Circulation Department, The Omaha Bee.
HThXOUKAPHER and bkkpr.. $90-$100;
stenographer, private sec't'y, $115-3125.
THE MARTI CO., 1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
Stores and Offices.
Young Lady Wanted
To solicit classified advertising on tel
phone. Prefer one with experience. State
experience and salary expected. Box
Y-1410, Omaha Bee.
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
Young Lady Wanted
To solicit classified advertising on
telephone. Prefer one with experience.
Slate experience and- salary exptected.
Box Y-1410, Omaha Bee.
Household and 'Domestic.
Watch the Domestic Column of The
Bee Want Ads. Good, well-paid and
homelike places always advertised.
WANTED By bachelor, housekeeper on
a farm; no objection to 1 or 2 small
children. Wm. Cornwall, Route 1, Schuy
WAKTKn A t-lrl to stav with a youne
married woman nights. Room and
breakfast free. So. 0690.
WANTED Experienced white cook, ref
erences required. Miss E. W. Nash,
N Walnut 0099.
WHITE woman for general housework.
Call Douglas 7014.
YOUNG WOMEN OF AMBITION1 SEEK
ING EMPLOYMENT AT GOOD WAGES
WITH OPPORTUNITIES FOR RAPID
ADVANCEMENT WILL FIND IT TO
THEIR INTEREST TO INVESTIGATE
THE OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYMENT
WITH OUR COMPANY OFFER.
NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE
CO., EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, iNEVV
TELEPHONE BLDG, ROOM 614.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladies and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Trl-City Barber College
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses In accountapcy. ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short
hand and typewriting, railroafl and wire
less telegraphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches. Write,
call or ph,one Douglas 156a for large
illustrated catalog. Address
BOYLES COLLEGE, -Boy
It s Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Van Sant School of1 Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
120 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Fore Sale Best paying hardwaW business
in northeast Nebraska. Annual net
profits $10,000 to $20,000. Long lease on
low rental basis. Will sell for cash
or Liberty bonds. No trades considered.
Box Y-1399, Omaha Bee.
Everything for the tire repair man;-sed.
jiew equipment, tools, repair material.
Vulcanizers Supply Co., 2912 garnam.
TO GET In or out of business, see LEWIS
& Co.. 411 McCague Bldg.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS T
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 Omaha,
but also keep your number 00 our
"Want to Rent" list for further refer
ence In case you wanted to make am
other change. These lists are absolutely
free of charge to all readers and adver
tisers of The Omaha Bee and published
solely for their convenience and benefit
Call any time. .Tyler 1000. Want Ad
TO employed couple or .business women,
furnished room in strictly modern noma
Kitchenette If desired. Colfax 4096.
1110 DODGE! Two furnished rooms, prlv.
home, breakfast if desired, garage.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT Large, nicely
furnished front room for gentleman.
8LEEP1NG room, furnace heat, bath, $3.6t
per week, gentlemen only, ao. ua.
TWO rooms furnished. Modern. Private
laundry privileges, wen. S4. .
Furnished room, 4220 Cuming. Wal. 2959.
CLEAN, comfortable room. Harney 6148.
SINGLE room, coxy, warm, yg. 4901.
1CELY furnished room. Har, 1924.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS IN UTJ. Wiu have,
THE. BEST IN CITY. CALL TYLER
1000. WANT AD. ASK ABOUT OL'n
BBH ROOM LIST. PUBLISHED EVERY
WEEK FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF OUR ADBRT1SER9
AND READERS. TYLEK 1000. WANT
AD. ' '
FURNISHED light housekeeping rooms,
walking distance, on car line. u.
Board and Rooms.
FCR CHOICE BOARD AND RH. WATCH
THE BP;K want alio, anu if jkju
DO NOT FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL TY. 1000
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
LIST OF ROOMS.
BOARD and room, private family. 631
8 2th Ave., phone Ty. 3014.
FOUR unfurnished rms.. bath, $20 month.
(25 South 80th,. Dg. 236.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Near Miller park on Florence boule
vard wa have a good, 8 -room house;
all modern, hot water heat; garage;
beautiful grounds. Will make lease.
D. V. SHOLES. CO.,
Douglas OOtt. 115-17 City Nail
S. Patent Office.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
SIX-ROOM, all modern house, 145. 2816
No. 25th St. Douglas 3560 or Tyler 1910.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
Dodge, at 18th Street
Omaha's Newest and Finest
elusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
COMPLETELY furnished two and three
room apartments, will accommodate 4
people. Steam heat; within walking
distance. Brown Apia., 603 N. 21st,
A very choice five-room apartment In
the brand new Mount Vernon located
at Slat and Dewey streets. This apart
ment Is very conveniently arranged,'
having large, comfortable living room
with fireplace, cheerful dining loom, sun
room with- wall bed, good airy bedroom,
tile bath and convenient kitchen. Maid's
room and heated garage may be had In
In Dundee five rooms and sun room.
2-storv, heated, terrace in the very
popular building Ardmore Terrace lit
49th and California streets: very nicely
arranged, a good place to live
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
"WHERE OMAHA RENTS"
17th and Farnam Sts Tyler 0n44.
Located on 38th Ave., between
Farnam and Dewey Ave.; Omaha's
finest and newest apartment build
ing; suites of three, four and five
rooms, in Omaha's most exclusive
residence district. Prices, $100 to
$150. Building now ready for oc
cupancy. O'Keefe Real Estate Co.
1016 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
114 South 38th Avenue,
Very desirable 3-room apt
rms. Fine location, tlarage.
Tyler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
4-ROOM, strictly modern apartment; oak
finish, newly decorated. 3012 Sherman
Ave. Swensen Sales Co.. 507 Paxton Blk.
THREE-ROOM apartment with five-room
accomodations to party buying small
amount of furniture. Call. Harney 4442.
3 AND 4-r. htd. apts., $37.60-$45. See Jan.,
Maple Court, 18th and Maple. Web. 494.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists In apartment management
SIX-ROOM, all modern house, $45. 250S
Maple. Tyler 1910 or Douglas 3566.
FOR RENT Business Property.
2016 FARNAM ST. Store with full ce
ment basement. Auto row. Steam heat
furnished. Suitable for Yiny retail
business or office.
Tvler 1 B ? 6. 833 Securities Bldpr.
FOR RENT Store Toom, good location.
S. K. Wilson, Atlantic, iowa.
SEE F. D. WEAD. 310 S. 18TH ST.
Office and Desk Room.
DESK space for rent
Bldg. Doug. 3663.
MOVING AND STORAGE. ,
otod ri-c xmVTTMn PACK TNG
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS ,
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS,
ldth and Jackson Sts. Douglas 0233.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE.
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE. '
Separate locked . rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
806 South 16th. . Doug. 4168.
i METROPOLITAN '
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. - Tyler 1400.
UNION TRANSFER CO. '
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1605 Davenport Doug. 2908
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
FEBRUARY and March baby chicks; pure
bred: eleven varieties; catalog free.
Murray McMurray, Bok HZ, Webster
City, Ia J
BARLEY. $2.60 per hundred, delivered.
A. W. Wagner, 801, N. 16th St. D. 1142.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
We i 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. JJoug. J622.
1917 Buick Six.iTouring
Rebuilt, repainted, ncv tires, $578.
I AUTO EXCHANGE CO.,
' , 2204 Farnam.
SOME bargains In used Ford cars. Mc-
faf frey Motor , Co. The Handy Ford
ervlce Station, 15th and Jackson, Doug
THE DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY.
2520 Farnam St. -
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
20th and Harney Sts.
TIRE REPAIRINOExpert iork guaran.
teed for life of rasingS Wilir cr phone
for price list. Express ot parcel Post
paid Mbth ways' EVERREADY TIRE
SERVICE CO., 314 So. 19th Bt
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
WRITE for our list of guaranteed rebuilt
motorcycles. Victor H. Roos. 27th and
Leavenworth, lJept. B, O
WANT to rent good farm. Oood references.
Equipped and experienced. Jiox y-i4U,
, The opportunity of a. life time. Splen
did hardwood lands In Antrim, Khi
knska and Otsego counties, Michigan,
at only $15 to $35 per acre. Easy terms.
Excellent location, near markets, schools,
R. K.. lakes and, streams. It costs noth
ing to Investigate. Write for big free
booklet. SWIG ART, J-1252, First Na
tional Bank Bldg., Chlcngo, 111.
LANDOLOGY special number Just out,
containing 1921 facts of clover land l
Marinette county, Wisconsin. If for
a home or as an Investment you are
thinking of buying goid farm lands
Where farmers grow rich, send at once
for, this special number of Landolocy.
It Is free on request ' Address Bkld-more-Rlehls
Land Co., 411 Skldmore
Itlchle Bldg.. Marinette, Wis,
SEE J1GCS AND MAGC1E IN
PACE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY
A BARGAIN a 160-acro farm In Alberta,
Cunads; situated withlu 2 miles of a
railroad town, all open prairie land, H
under cultivation, other Improvements;
must sell owing to Illness; price $22
por acre, half cash or $20 per acre, all
cash. Write T. E. Olson, Prcscott,
M) ACRES first class land 64 miles
from market, 30 acres cultivated, can
break 300 on half crov payment. $6,400
to responsible farmer. Owner, G, Bross
ean, Marcelin, Sask.. Canada.
Real Estate Loans.
LOANS on bouses and business prop
A. PTUKEY & SON,'
630 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. P. 4223.
WAST $10,000, 10 years first mortgage
on 365 acres black, level, second bottom
land, all tillable, .veil Improved, mile to
station In N. W. Wisaeurl, near Iowa
. line. Address Box Y-13S6. Omaha Bee.
WE have cash on hand to loan on Omaha
E. II. LOUGEE. INC
53S Kecline Bldg.
OMAHA HOMER EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2716.
3100 to $10,000 made Dromntly.
F. D. WEAD. Wcad Bldg., 310 8. 18th St.
PROMPT service, reasonable rates, private
money, oarvin tiros. 34b uniapa wau
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M DONALD
1120 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douglas 1426.
WE HAVE customers for real estate, both
vacant and Improved.
D. V. SHOLES CO.':
Douglas 004'). 915-17 City Nat. Bk.
THE Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
1606 Dodge St. Douglas 1345,
LIST homes and income oronertv with
GRUENIG REALTY CO.
1418 1st Nat Bk. Doug. 16,
WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES.
I C. B. STUHT CO..
' Sells. Rents, Insures.
350. Peters Trust Bldg.
ti t m nnnn xt o real estate.
1.0. 1 jZljDJjilNOlna and Rentals
60S Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Douglas !1
W. G. SHRIVElfS ATB
1047-3 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1333
' LISTINGS WANTED.
Western Real Estate Co.. 412 Karbach Big.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
COMING Near 29th St.. 44 feet; must oe
sold to close estate. C. A. GrlmmeU 149.
Omaha Nat'l. BanK uiag
113 FEET ON 11TH ST.,
$50 PER FOOT.
BOSTWICK, 400 Peters Trust Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
This property consists of three 3
room .cottages and a two-story frame
flat with 6 rooms on each side;
ground, 112x127; $8,000 on easy terms
win buy it.
.irurn TwniTAfi A SON
604 First National Bank Building,
BMAlL store with flat above, on car line,
modern, rent $720 year; price $4,600;
easy terms, uoug. xt&i. unya.
wai.sb.ei.mer CO.. Realtors, Real
Estate, Investment, Insurance, Rentals.
Tyler 1535. ii& securities diqk
FOR SALE Tract of Gulf Coit Devel
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
WHAT you got to trade for o of the
finest ranches in Montana: 10,000 acres.
Large acreage Irrigated. Ftne Improve
ments. Railroad through tract, elevator
, . ii urnnriovfiil
alfalfajnovv growing. , Four miles from-
town ot a.uuu. jiaeai cbhuujuh iw dw-h
and general farming. Price $45 "per
acre. A bargain. MiUer & Kenyon,
FOR EXCHANGE Quarter section good
level raw land In Cheyenne county,
Colorado, for Loa Angeles or vicinity.
O. H. Lotts, 322 South Burlington, Los
Angeles, Cal. , r
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Good 100
acre Iowa farm, $220 per acre; equity,
$20,090. for Omaha Income property.
What have you? Colfax 0164.
FOR EXCHANGE 640-acre Improved
. farm for" merchandise stock or clear
Income property. Farmers Umon Co
operative Assn., Clinton, Neb,
320 ACRES Canada land clear- In Man
itoba for Okobojl Lake shore prop
erty. Write L., Box 3.11, Spirit Lake, la.
WILL trade good lots for equity In mod
ern er part modern house. Doug. 072.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
BUILT FOR A HOME
Located at 5005 Webster St., full two
story kellastone and brtek; attractive
living room with fireplace and built-in
bookcases; largtt dining room; up-to-date
kitchen with breakfast- nook, built-in
oablnets, refrigerator room, four corner
, bedrooms,- on. with three . exposures;
large closet In each room, also linen
closet and extrri closet In hall,'' tiled
bathroom with btilt-in tub and pedestal
lavatory; extra toilet a.nd lavatory be
tween two bedrooms; nice basehaent with
lanudry tubs, toilet, coa bin. fruit room,
etc. Beautiful lighting fixtures and ar
tistic decorations. Lot 50x128 with paved
alley. Just built Immediate possession.
Look this over add see me for price
and terms.- ' -v-
C. A. ORIMMEL, Realtor,
Omaha Nafvljk. Bldg. Phone D. 1615.
NBTHAWAY, Suburban prop'ty. Col. 1409.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
West Farnam District
Eight rooms and sleeping porch; In
first-class condition; lot 60x136 feet;
one block fram Blackstone hotel; ga
rage fof one car. Here Is a property
worthy of your Investigation. Can
GEORGE & CO., ,
EARLY birds set theworms. See our com.
pleto lists of spring buys. Price In your
favor. Shopen & Co., 234 Kecline.
Five responsible parties to
form eompany and operat in
Canadian oil field the com
ing field of this continent.
Investigate do not pass up
Wm. J. Kelly,
Tyler 0134, or address
Box H 23, Bee
Fine, modern, , nearly new Dundee
home, sightly location; price $11,000;
Good home on Leavonworth, near
Lock wood; price $',500; terms.
Happy Hollow Blvd., beautiful homes;
3S4Brandci3 Thaater Bldg. D. 1805.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOH AN,
621 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 4380.-
$8,500 Value for $7,000
Six rooms, bath and sleeping
porch, oak finish, neatly painted
and decorated throughout, full
basement; choice lot with plenty
of, trees and shrubbery; paving all
paid; one block to Sherman Ave.;
Two blocks to 24th street , car
service. Located in the beaiitiful
Prairie Park addition.
Osborne Realty Co.
530 Peters Trust Bldg. Doug. 2282.
NORTH SIDE, $5,500
. Seven rooms, hot water heat. This
home is In excellent condition through
out. Living room arrangement on the.
first floor and tour bedrooms and bath
on the second floor. Paved street anil
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 2850. 918-29 City Nat'l
Douglas 1533. 701 Peters Trust Bldg.
$4,000 $1,200 Down
$27.50 Per Month
Five-room bungalow, oak finish,
floored attic; convenient basement, ga
rage, dandy back yard, all fenced, close
to car and schools. For appointment
call Mr. Mead, Tyler 4701. evenings.
Hastings & Heyden,
' 1614 Harney St. Phono Tyler 0050.
OWNER a builder. leaving city March
15. Want to sell quick; big bargain,
6-rflom modern bungalow. Oak doors,
bookcases. French doors, garage, ton
truck. Worth $5,000, will sell for $4,000.
$2,200 cash. Balance long terms. House
rents for $45 "per month. Box W-125
TWO CHOICE LOTS.
$325 each. East fronts, near
33d and Laurel Ave., just south
of the boulevard; easy terms.
Osborne Realty Co., Douglas 2282.
5-ROOM house, paved street, for $2,000,
easy terms. Col. 0176, R. F. Clary Co.,
North Omaha Realtors, 2414 Ames Ave.
A FEW homea and lots for sale in Park
wood addition; a safe place for invest
ment. Norris Sc Norrls, Douglas 42T0.
SPECIAL terms on 2823 Seward St. 4-rm.
bungalow. Modern, $200 cash. baL mo
Crelgh. 608 Bee. Doug. 0200.
MINNB LUSA homea and lota offer the
bst opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
J. B. ROBINSON, real estate and Invest
ment. 542 Pirters Trust. Doug. 897.
BENSON A MEYERS CO.. 424 Om. Nat'l
Located near 51st and Nicholas, six
rooms, all modern:-birch and mahogany
In living room and dining room; white
enamel kitchen: throe bedrooms and
bath second floor; oak floors on first
pine second; full basement, furnace
heat; 'price $7,250; terms. ,
803 North 49th Ave., five rooms,
frame construetlon, onft and white en
' amel finish, full basement, pressed
brick foundation, furnace heat, built-in
features; price $8,500; terms.
5012 Davenport Street
Seven rooms and sleeping porch;' fin
ished in oak first floor, white enamel
second floor; newly decorated, hot water
heat, Ruud hot water heater; paving
all paid; this property can be handled
on a $3,000 to $4,000 cash payment
Well constructed two-story, six-room
frr-me house, located near 50th and
Chicago streets; bak and white enamel
finish, tastily decorated; furnace heat;
two car garage; here is an opportunity
to buy a good home.
For further information regarding the
above homes, call '
GEORGE & CO.,
Five-room, strictly modern cot
tage, all on one floor, full cement
ed basement with a dandy extra
large hot water heating plant, ga
rage fastened on house or built
With house, also heated with hot
water heat. A dandy floored at
tic, extra large lot on paved street,
paving paid, corner lot, east front.
One-half block from car line,
located near?0th and Ames, and
can be bought for $4,200, $2,700
cash. If there ever was a snap
in the city of Omaha we will prove
that this 13 one. This must be
sold as soon as possible. Owner
' has reduced the price to a figure
that certainly will make it move.
See us at otH-e.
537 Om, Nat Bk. Bldg. D. 1781
Modern 5-room, l!i-storv house.
AMOS GRANT CO.,
Doug. 1380. 330-S-4 Brandels Th. Bldg.
Should children be taught to care
for their own rooms and posses
sions? By all means. Begin when they
are babies, bv having them put away
their toys when they have finished
play for the day. Teach them to
put away their own coats, caps and
rubbers as soon as they can learn.
Gradually advance to care of their
Drawn for The Bee by iMcManua
Copyright, 1921 International News Service
Would Allow Joint
Built on Poor Farm
Health Commissioner Edward.-),
Harry Tukry and David Cole were
not received with open arms by the
county board yesterday when they
submitted a proposition, of a joint
hospital by city and county on the
county farm site.
Commissioners L'nitt and O'Con
nor asserted that their experience
has been that when the city and
county went together on any prop
osition the county was required to
pay most of the cost and the city
en joyed most of the benefits.
The commissioners favored allow
ing part of the county farm to be
used if the county would be al
lowed credit for value of the land
Woman Tries to Kill
Self by Inhaling Gas
Mrs. Mary Loughrey, 2418 Cass
street, was found prostrate at the
foot of the stairs in her home at 3
this afternoon by Mrs. Lottie Smith
and Mrs. Mary Ames.
Policy were called and the woman
revived. She is expected to recovef.
Police say investigation of the cir
cumstances revealed the woman had
attempted to take her life by gas.
They-, say she had attached a hose
from a gas jet to her mouth, but
upon being partially overcome by
the gas, stumbled to the stairs and
fell to the first floor.
A note, left by the woman, said,
tier, tmsband, who is employed at
the Washington market, had threat
ened to leave her through jealousy
over his brother.-.
The note declared tlie' husband
had his trunk all Hacked readv to
leave, according to police. v
Beatrice Guard Company to
Have Federal Inspection
Beatrice, Neb., Jan. 25. (Special.)
--Company C, which was organized
here some weeks ago, has secured
the necessary quota of men, and will
be given a federal inspection here
Wednesday night. Emmett Powell,
an overseas veteran, has been named
Romance in Origin
Of Superstitions J-
By H. IRVING KING.
Opening An Umbrella in Jhe House
This superstition dates back to the
days when in the Orient the umbrel
la was the distinctive badge of mon
archs and great nobles. Even today
the king of Siam bears as one of his
titles "Lord of the tent house and
umbrellas." In ancient times the
monarch, the satrap, the great offi
cer of state, gave judgment seated
under an umbrella if in the open, and
if the palace under an umbrella or a
canonv which reoresented it. Some
even see1 in the Orental dome a rep
resentation of the umbrella in stone
a permanent umbrella, as it were,
sacred to royalty, great lords and
the tombs-of royalty and greatness,
Now for a suitor or a courtier to
open an, umbrella in the house of the
mighty v would appear like an as
sumption of royal prerogative a
vjlation of etiquot which would
surely get the offender into trouble-
in other words, mighty "unlucky
(or him.- Once give anything the
name of being "unlucky" and there
"Irani, indeed, is going with all his
Rose. . t
And Jamshyd's sev'n-ringed cup,
where no one knows."
But what was, for good reason,
unlucky in the' palace of Harun-al-Rashid
is "unlucky" today in a New
tngland cottage for no reason at all.
(Copyright, 1921, by the McClure News-
By J. J. MUNDY
Brain and Brawn.
, Too many folk endeavof toavw'd
any task which necessitates thought.
Many do not hesitate to -expend
physical powers, but will get as far
as possible away' from anything
which demands concentration or the
use of their brain power.
Isn't it strange when it is well
known , that brains are so far su
perior to brawn in earning capacity
except in exceptional cases.
Why is it that you so dislike to
If you can work out a problem
with little thought and no apparent
concentration you are not averse to
But are you willing to spend one
hour thinking with all your might
over any one serious question, puz
zling situation, or circumstance?
Isn't it a fact that after trying in!
a desultory manner to solve a cer-
tain condition you put it from you .
The easiest way to you meaning
the least mental effort and eventu
ally the most expensive method for
Jt is the thinking,, man who is
It is more important now than, it
has been for some time that a man
he the valuable one in the place
.where he is employed.
Copyright, 131, International Feature
Fanners to Fight
Cattlemen Near Alliance Plan
To Stop Spread of Scab 4
Alliance, Neb., Jan. 25. (Special
Telegram.) Definite plans for deal
ing with the scab and other diseases
among tattle and hogs were made at
a meeting here of the executive
committee of the Nebraska Liv
Stock Growers' association and fed
eral and state officials of the bureau
of animal industry.
The consensus of opinion was that
the disease was brought into Nebras
ka bv cattle shipped from Wyoming
and "South Dakota, and which had
rot been properly inspected before
shipment. While the scab disease
has not as yet reached alarming
proportions, the stockmen deemed it
advisable to take immediate action
to prevent spread of the malady.
The plan provides for the inspec
tion of all herds between now and
March 15, under1 supervision of state
and government veterinarians. It"
the condition of the herds .shouh'
warrant it. a creiipral oiiarailtilie will
be applied. Otherwise the situation
will be handled through notice to
all stockmen to dip their cattle inij,
mediately under state and federal
The executive committee als de
cided to appoint a committee of
representative stockmen to investi
gate the high selling charges and
low cattle and hog prices at Omaha
and other big markets to which west
ern Nebraska cattle are shipped in
large numbers. The committee tr
be appointed will join with members
of the maha live stock exchange in
placing the complaints on yardage and
feeding before the state railway com
mission and the matter of alleged
excessive commissions before the
state department of agriculture.'
Tuberculosis and other diseases
among cattle and hogs were also dis
cussed and recommendations made
to deal effectively with the situation.
Ice House Employe Hurt
W hen Caught by fchatting
North Platte, Neb., Jan. 25.
(Special.)Tom Adams, foreman
at the Pacific Fruit express ice
houses, had a narrow escape from
death when, as he was working near,
a shafting, his clothing was caught;
and he was thrown about the shaft.
Tearing of his clothing saved him
from being hurled into the elevator -to
a sure death. He was taken to
his home, where examination
showed him to be suffering from
severe bruises about the body, hist
right leg and thigh being torn bf,
Crowd Watches Constable
Force Entrance Into Shopi
Constable William Fleming
caused considerable commotion on
the neighborhood of Sixteenth and
Manderson streets yesterday whea
he forced an Entrance, to the shoe
repairing shop of Joseph Gurcuilo
to serve a writ of replevin.
The constable suspected that Gur
cuilo was anrted and hostile, so he
went into the place in battle array,
only to. emerge without seeing the
cobbler or firng a shot Two shoo ,
repairing machines were taken by '
Real Estate Board Opposes
Municipal Light Plant Bill
The legislation and taxation com
mittee of the Omaha Real Estate
board voted yesterday against
House Roll No,,, i, now before the
legislature and aimed to olace con
trol of municipal electric light and
power in the hands of the Metropoli
tan Water board.
The committee recommends favor
able consideration of the bill passed
by the 1917 legislature, allowing the
city to buy the present plant of the
Nebraska Power company at its
Dumont Will, Made in 1884
Is Offered for Probate
The will of John H. Dumont has
been filed for probate by a son, John
R. Dumont, who asks to be named
as administrator. Tht; petition states
the estate is worth $1,000. It is be
lieved that Mr. Dumont had deeded
his property to members of his fam
ily. The will was made in 1884 and
the witnesses were Elbert T. Duke,
C. P. Ncedham and C. S. Hunting
ton. There are four surviving chil
dren. Stanilarrl Kr?urf Ppica
Of Gasoline and Kerosene
The Standard Oil company an
nounces a reduction of 2 cents per i
gallon in their service station and V"
tank wagon selling price op. gaso
line. This makes the price 27'-.'-cents
a gallon at Omaha. Kerosen
oil is reduced 3 cents, making tilt
price 16;4 cents a gallon at Onia!:.
This 'change follows a reduction in
the price of crude and a lowering cf
refinery billing price.
Owner of Garage Used as
Distillery Plant Arrested
R. A. Coylc, Creighton student,
was taken into custody yesterday by
Coyle owns the property occupied
by the garage, but his defense is
that he rented it to Frank Coleman.
Police can't find Coleman
Coyle was pinched. Municipal
Judge Robert Pat rick sio-npfl !,
bond on which he was releaosl
Resident of North Platte
39 Years Dies in Hospital
North Tlatte, Neb., Jan. 25,--Willard
Hansen, pioneer resident,
who was custodian at the local high
school for 36 years, died at the ho.
rital after an illness of one wtt
He was horn in Deimark in 1855.
married there in 1870. and his wife
died here last March.
He came to North Platte in 1882.
An adopted daughter. Miss Th a
SnpoLpr tnr Iritli T im.;..
Has Nervous Kreakdown
Beatrice. Neb., Jan. 25. (Special.)
Father Cronin of Wvniore. who. re- V
cently returned from a trip to Ire
land, where he witnessed the dis
turbances in that country, has been
seriously ill the past few diif. from
a nervous breakdown which he suf
fered while filling a speaking en
gagement out in the state. His con
dition is improving slightly, '
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