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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1921
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MAIN OFFICE.. ..17th and Karnam Sl.
South Side Thllipa Dapartment Etora
Council Hltiffa 16 S.-ott St.
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mora than ona Incorrect lnaartlon of an
advertisement ordered for mora than ona
CLOSING HOURS FOR WANT ADS.
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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES
I.l.XOf.'. All Elisabeth, age 23 yeare,
Feb. 1 4. 1921, nt 2506 Dewey Ave. Sur
vived py parent. Mr. and Mra. Thomas
Dunn, IuiIhp, In.: d slutere. Winifred.
. Lettte, Rose. Marie, Florentine, and
Allen 2 bnilh.ru Prank and Charles.
Deceased ivib charter member of
Daughter of l belle. Remains will Jle
In state at Heefey ei Ileafoy's Chapel tin
. t: 9 a. m, Tuesday, thence forwarded to
Dunlap. la whero acnlce of burial will
tlce place. 1
KKCK Elizabeth, aged 7:1 years, died
Saturday at tho home of her niece, Mra.
Xr R. Johnson, 21 1 S. $:id fit.
Funeral TueediiV. 2 p. m. from Brewer's
funeral hoiua, 2ifh and K, Elder Jiiim
Huff officiating, llurlal Walnut Hill ceme
tery. HARARAS Klmer'l,.. aged 3 years. Feb
ruiry 14. 1931. Hon of Mr. and Mra. John
, W. Rarabeia. Residence. 631J Miami
Funeal from P-ro's Chapel. 23d and
l-timlng street, Wednesday, 2 p. m. In
terment. Rohemian National cemetery.
STACK & FALCONER
riBRCKA MRTTT AMPI? service
Thirty-third and Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS!,
701 gouth16th St. Douglel2!G.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertakers and Kmbalniare.
Phone II. 265. Office 2611- Farnam.
FOR AMBULANCE call South 0, Korlsko
l uneral Home, 23d and O Sta.
LEE L.LARM0N r"F"
1HI4 Douglas St.
JOHN' RATH, lsth and Farnam. Dg. 3U00
.L. Henderson, !f,IO Frnain. Douglas 124S.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
William an Edna rrentcce. hospital.
Harry and Benluli -l.ee. hoipltal. boy.
Louie and Mario Straley. hospital, hoy.
, W, ii. and Beiilslj Borden, hospital.
Raymond and Petrir.ia Jones, hospital,
J. Marry' and Snruh KulokofsKy, hos
Julian and Mildred Rail, hospital, girl.
Curtis and Ed!t!i Cork, hospital, boy.
Harris and Florence, Piper, hospital,
Sidney and t.e'o Calvert, hospital, boy.
l.oula aod Fannie Reubenstetn, hospital,
Henrv and Kelllo Oaden. hospital, girl.
Charles and Alma Taynr. 2434 Patrick
Ttnn.tamln and Mary Harrison. Fifteenth
and Ylntoii streets, boy.
Rokeo and Blanche Hanley. Twelfth
and Harrison streets, girl.
Thomaa and Kvolyn Wymond. 4507
South Twenty-sixth street, boy.4
.lofen and I.orct'iii Mcrran, hospital, girl.
Elmer and Ruth Small, 2310 Cuming
NlcUndeme and Raffesle 'Agostlno, 1040
South Tn enty-socond rtreet, twins, girls.
Roy. and Mae Bovdon. hospital, boy,
William and Ellen Scott, httspitaC girl.
Mike and Rosa Plantamuro, Ralston,
Arthur and Margaret Johnson, Forly
slghth and M streets, boy.
George and I'carl Furse, 2214 Drexel
Nelse and Viola Vasey, 6007 South
Forty. first avenue, by. ,
Clarence E. ami Catherine Hall, 6819
Rail toad avenue. r!rl. ' -
i.jiiu inn eiinn jiiincoca, oiio .-sunn
orly-fourth avi.gue. (;;:i.
Karl and Katllcen Harp, 2424 Jones
Clasence and Ella Smith, 725 So. Eight-
i.ynn and eima Hnncock, S416 rortn
Forty-fourth avt.gue. p.rl.
'Karl and Katllcen Harp, 2424 Jones
eenth street, boy
Joseph and Mary Rao, 2210 Pacific
street, boy. t
Friuik and Anna Szanlcki, 39 1 S Arbor
Audrea and Seboslinna Tarascio, 131S
South Eleventh street, boy.
IJ. and KUzi AVhUmarsh, Ralston. Neb.,
boy. ' ,
Lewie and Olgt Richter, 2012 North
'Eighteenth street, pirl.
Harold and F.dna Douglas. 201S South
Thirty-second avenue, boy.
Chris and Chrlstena LlnHerud, 3916 Gor
don atreet, (IrL .
Mra, Margaret Frances Clausen, 42. hos
Ruth E. Geamcnn, Infant, hospital.
Joseph f. Bohac, infant, hospital.
Wflllam Maxwell. 21. hospital.
Reb.ecco Reld. 89. hospital.
Mary Sophia Gre.m. 77. hospital.
Christopher Otto Plager. 5, hospital.
Emily Alice McPariiel, 5$, 3163 Fowler
a ven A.
. Mrs? Amelia Fagerberg, 80, 113 South
Ross De Witt, 3, 2217 Butt street.
Nels Ahlgrren, 1. hospital.
i-arry At. Willing, 61, hospital.
R. ' Hendereon, L'S, hospital.
.lames H. Conr.nran, 68. hospital.
Mrs. Mary Turner, 4", 2S03 North
, Ralph O. Van N1;?. 54, hospital.
Mra. Marv Hachor.be.rg. 41. hospital.
John F. Bartlett, over 21. 3loux Cin)',
Ja ". and Eth?l M. Smith, over 18,
Otto Lelstlko. 23. Omaha, and Ethel
Nehlcen, 26, Omahn.
" Cecil W. Petit. 2o, rulsvllle, Xeb.'.'and
y Clara Ann L'mbland. 24. Eagle, Neb.
j ' Elmer M. Ward, 20.. Council Blufs. Ia.,
and 'Alice O. Longunecker. 17, Omaha,
' Erie Valllna, "'.'S, Crafton, Xeb., and
.Jennie Peterson, 26. Omaha.
Karl S. Eselin, 24, Omaha, and Viola
Parrtsh, 20, Omaha.
John Williams, 21. Walnut, la., and
Ella Marxen, 18, Lewis, la.
Earl It. Simpson. 23. Omaha, and Elta
M. Chappell. '."t. St Louis. Mo.
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
HANDBAG lost at Brandeis. about (IS
and pair of glasses in purse. Party
finding it keep (ii as reward and re
turn glasses and handbag to the office
of tha Bee. Mrs. Chris Johnson, 1530
Third Ave. Red. Sill.
L'-ST A handbag containing $16 and a
a pair of glasses. The party w4o found
the same may Si'cp the money If they
will return the bag and glasses to The
Omaha Bee. No questions asked.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on street cars tele
phone Tyler 800. We are anxious to re
store lost artirl" to rightful owners.
OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
LOST On Friday, February 4. Bar pin.
Ftlligre design. Green setting. Peals
nn e ich end of pin. Reward. Phone
Col. LIE dog, 1 year old, white feet, breast
and collar. Answer to name of Prince.
510 X. 41st Ave. C.ill 4105. Reward.
LOST On the 4th of Feb.. diamond lava
liere containing three stone. Liberal
reward. Call Harney 2211.
LC'ST tlrav purse Saturday evening. 16th
nnd Howard. Return to Omaha Bee
"Want Ad" counter.
FR EE YOEMAX FREE.
Omaha Homestead No. 1404. B. A. Y..
will give a dance, card party, entertain
ment at Swedish auditorium Wednesday
evenlrsr. February 16.
EVERYBODY WELCOME. '
DIXiREK of Honor members of Anni
versary lodge. No. 220 are requested
to attend the funeral of Sister Clara
Falconer at her home. 2304 Grace St..
Tuesday at ! p.,m. Burial Walnut Hill
Cemetery, Council Bluffs?
Til el SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicit your old clothing, furnltur.
magazine. We collect. We distribute
Phona Doug 41SS and our wagon will
rail. Call and Inspect, our new bom.
1110-1115-1114 Dodg 8L
INFORMATION wanted a to where bouta
of Leonardo Revelgia. Reward. Notify
Laigice Revelgil, 134 Hickory St, Sha
X W. MARTIN, patent atty.. 171 Dodge.
HPK1NS NATIONAL DETKCTIVK
AGENCT. lncjrpnrated. Douglas 1107.
Suite $0$, Paxton block, Omaha, Neb.
f - " 1
DO tOO WANT
TO tEE ME
MASSAOK 210 North Seventeen! St.
SAT IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
A SrVOBODA. 14U FARNAM BTRET
SWKDIsn maattaffe, ex. niapaeufe. I . 6H77.
RENT, vacuum clenner. tl up. Wal. 1947.
WEAVING, old ru remade. Ty. 1433.
Peteulve Bureau, Railway
Doug. 20SC. Night Col. 3K12.
JAMES ALLAN. 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all casen. Tyler 1136 -
LEARN TO DANOU RIGHT.
Fancy. Stairs and Ballroom
Lesson by Appointment. .
EMPRESS RUSTIC GARDEN.
KEEP'S HOTEL, ROME
LET KEEP'S teach you to dance." Spe
cial attention to children. Satisfaction
assured. Dg. 2581, Har. 2792.
School for Danc.ng. 2424
Farnam. Doug. 7850.
ACCORDION. ld kntfc, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
styles: hemstitching, pivot edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co.. SOS
Brown Blk. Douclns 1936.
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 24(57.
DIAMONDS. 1,"Kh t
'price wrth privilege
to buv hack at small profit. GROSS
JEWELRY; CO.. 402 N. 16th St. :outf
27th and Martha Sts.. Omaha, Nub.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
.nv lrnn enstiilfi-s.
SAFETY rasor blades sharpened, new ra
zors, razor blades sold. Omaha Razor
Sharpening Co., 1522H Dodge. 103 N. 16.
PAXTON HOTEL TURKISH BATH.
Massage, hot packs.
OONCANNON BROS., TYLER 5731.
WE do all kinds remodeling, 'pairing
See our book of plana on bungalows, ga.
rages. Dickson & Newman. So. 2794.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlalto Drug Store. 15th
and Douglas Sts., Omaha. Neb.
FILMS developed: printing and enlarging.
Vrlte for prices. The bnslgn Co.. -60,
CLIFTON Hill Transfer Co., moving, pack
ing handling and shipping. Wal. 1154.
OMAHA WELDING CO. 'The Careful
Welders." loth and- Jackson. D. 897.
FULL dress suits and tuxedos for rent,
109 N. 16th St., John Feldman. D. 5128.
Neb. Pleating Button Co., 1806 Farnam
St. Doug. 6670.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 a 11th. D. 62S.
Furniture and Household Goods.
IN going through your attic, don't you
find a lot of clothing, furniture, pic
tures and ether articles that vou have
no further use for? And have you ever
stepped to mink, mat someone might
be only too glad to have them? Then
why not let the pttbllo know you have
those articles useless to you through
a little want ad in The Bee? It costs
vsry little and a 3-day ad would almost
be sure to sell It for you. Try It. Call
Tyler 1000 and ask for tha Want Ad
ACORN, range, good brass bedstead and
. spring. 2119 Enni.et. Web. 1651,
TO party -buying furniture will rent 3
rooin apt. South -174,
FURNITURE lor sale reasonable. 6235
X. Uth St. Col. 4975.
IF YOU want to furnish a small home
cheap call Tyler 4315.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
PIANOS FOR RENT
We do expert tuning, re
pairing and moving. Phone
your orders to Domr. 1623.
Schmoller & Mueller
J.514-U DODGE ST.
BIGGEST phonograph bargains in town.
$35 size, $17.50: $150 size. $65: $200
size, $95; $1 recordr. 45c. Records ex-
cnangei, loc. snlaes Phonograph Co.,
1404 Dodge BL Doug. 2147.
A. H0SP CO
' Piano for rent.
art and music
Typewriters and Suppiies.
ADDING MACHINES. I
ALL MAKES, bought, old, rented and ,
repaired. Sole agent for the CORieNA. i
Get our price before you buy. Every
machine guaranteed. ;
Central Typewriter Exc. !
Dougla 4120. t913 Farnam.
PROTECTOGBAPHS. F. & E.'b: bargain
f.18 Farnam Bldg. i
A I. SO
SECOND HAND LUMBER
SUCH AS ACCUMULATES
AROUND A FINISHED BIG
Phoenix Utility Co.-,
4TH AND LEAVENWORTH
1-TON Fairbark No. 4 atandard
acale, 3ix3H fool platform, also
28-inch Buffalo Forge Co. exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Be office,
17t"h and Farnam Sts. Phone Tyler
W rent, repair, sell needles aod pert.
15th and Harney. Dt.ufias 197J.
SURE and safe investment, city warrant
to pay you 10 per cent Interest, $100,
$500 and $1,000 amount. E. G. Solomon,
617 Karbach Bldg. Dougla 6262.
FOR 8ALE Pure Kentucky leaf tobacco
at 40c, 30e and 20c per pound. Delivered
to your address. Charles Tabcllng, Tar
WE buy, sell safes, make desks, .how
case, etc. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co.
8. W. Cor. 11th and Douglaa D. 2724.
TEN-FOOT fountain and rarbenator, dirt
cheap. Good terms. Box W-199. Bee.
SAFF.S BARGAINS. 12th & Farnam.
oftf Cjk-' J. J. Darlght Safe Co.-
EXPERT roofing, chimney repair.
.IIT TRUE That
VOO TOLD Some
MEMUERa OF The
fLUe THAT r7Vb
A RONE HEAD?
sure; : how l
DID I KNOW VOU
WANTED TO BUY
New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1307 Farnam. D. 614S.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
'urnlture. Ty. 2591. A. Zaveit. 706 N. 18.
TRAVELING salesman with successful
tire sales record in Nebraska and west
ern Iowa wishes to connect with repu
table company. Addrcea Box H-39, Oma
GRADUATE nurse will care for paralyzed
mental or chronic patient In my haaaa,
412 So. 48th St., Wal. 4293. S
REFINED middle-aged lady wishea place
as housekeeper. Box W-168, Bee.
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 aak for the
Want Ad Dept.
ANY KJND of day work or cleaning,
first-class laundress. Airs. Tate, Wehsttr
FAMILY washings called for and de-
llvered. Walnut 1214.
WOMAN wants di: work, any kind. Web
Curtains & blankets, 2613 4 Capitol. H.
DA YWORK by colored woman. Web. 4744.
WHITE lady wants ldry. work. Col. 2611.
CLEANING laundry daywork. Web. 6383
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
MEN to learn vulvanlztng. Tuition free
and f 5 dally while you leam If you buy.
Anderson Vulcanizing School, 1218 Har
ney St.. Omaha.
NTED Two sash and door men, four
cabinet bench men, two general ma
chine men. L'hrlch Mtllwork, Ltd., In
.WANTED A chauffeur, references re
quired. Mrs. Charles R. Hannan, 80i
Secbnd avenue. Council Bluffs, la.
FIREMEN, brakemen. beginners, 3150-200,
later 8300. Write Railway, Box T
1424. Omaha Be.
MOLER BARBER COLLEG9.
110 So. '4th. Wjte for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors
SALES representative for
Kohler Enameled Plumb
ing Ware and Kohler
Automatic Power ana
Light, an electric unit for
Age 25 i0L35; married
man preferred; good ed
ucation with some knowl
edge of gas engines and
electricity ; capable of de
veloping into branch
manager. Write fully
WANTED Advertising salesmen and zone
managers to sell outdoor advertising.
- Firat-class men with experience along
this line. Nat l Highway Marker Assn..
Vt. Dodge,' Ia.
i THREE good house to house men steady
work, good commissions. C.""F. j
Co.. 623 South Hth St.
; Salesmen for city work. None but hustlers
need aptly. 801 World-Herald Bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Experienced stenographer. Ap-
ply Dg. 3124.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED A NU'-'RER OF GIRLS BE
TWEEN 17- AND 24 TEARS OF AGE.
$14 PER lVK'-li; TO START. APPLY
ROOM 614, NEW TELEPHONE BUILD
Watch the Domestic Column of The
Ree Want Ads. Good, well-paid end
homelike places always advertised.
WHITE girl for general houseU; no
laundry; must be good cook; good
wages. Har. 0675. 3006 Pacific.
WOMAN wanted for general housework,
small family, no v ashing. Call So. 296:).
, MAID wanted, general housework; refer
I ences required. Call Har. 269.
WHITE GIRL for general housework,
laundry. Wal. 5179.
HELP WANTED. 7
Male and Female.
: WANTED Men, ladles and boy to learn
' barber trade: big demand; wage while
learning: atrlatly modern. Call or write
: 1403 Dodge St'. Trl-Clty Barber College.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT CHOOL.
Complete courses in accountancy, ma.
chine bookkeeping, eomptometry, short
hand and typewriting, railroad and wir'
lesa telegraphy, civil service and all
Kngllsh and commercial branches. Write,
call or phone Douglas 1566 for larg
illustrated catalog. Address
ROT LBS COLLEGE,
Bodies Bldg.. Omaha. 7'eh.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening School.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
i . BUSINESS CHANCES.
j FOR SALE One of the best equipped
1 cafes in the stute of Nebraska, doing a
business -.from $3,000 to $6,000 per
month. The reason for selling disagree
ment nf nartn.rMhhi. Will aell in n nilirb
buyer for $18,000 cash or will take
lady partner. Address P. O. Box 151,
Grand Island. Nob.
WEEKLY pa9er and Job office: three pa
pers, light expenses: aell reasonable,
cash or terms. Col. . 4354 or Colfax 023X;
also address Box H-38, Omaha Bee.
PICTURB show for sale. Write or wire I
Emil Hauerwine. Crookston. Neb.
TO GET in or out of business. e LEWIS
& Co.. 411 McCague Blag.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
SLEEPING ROOM, modern home, Kounte
Place. Web. 4097.
NICK, modern front room, no other room
ers. $5 a week. 2420 Burt. Ty. 5464.
2110 Chicago: two nice sleeping rooms.
I FURNISHED rm.. 2 gentlemen. Har. 7136.
I PLEASANT front room. Apply 22u No. 23.
U. S. Patent Office.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARK YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS?
Or have you planned on making a
change, which will be more convenient
for you? If so, then call The Bee .Vant
Ad Dept.. Tyler 1000, and we will not,
N only. furnish you with a complete ;oom
Hat of choice vacant rooms In Omaha,
but also keep your number on our
''Want to Rent" list for further refer
ence in case you wanted to make an
other change. These lists are absolutely
free of charge to all readern and adver
tisers of The Omaha Bee and publlshea
solely for their convenience and benefit.
Call any time. Tyler 1000. Want Ad
ARE YOU looking for a clean, warm
well furnished sleeping room close in.
Call Mrs. J. H. Cooper, 2007 St. Marys.
2 NICE mis., private family. Gentlemen
preferred. 1123 N. 20th 8t. Har. 4465.
VERY desirable room. West Farnam home,
meals if desired. Har. 6391
NICELY film, rm., near car line, 1518
Lake St. Webster 3738.
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. PUBLISHED EVERY
WEEK FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF OUR ADVERTISERS
AND READERS. TYLER 1000. VANT
NICE large front rooms, furniahed for
housekeeping. 034 S. 28th St. Harney
TWO nicely furnished, clean. modern
rooms: walking distance. Doug. 5319.
623 S. 16TH Nice suite of rooms, steam
heat, water, gas range.
LARUE front room and kitchen furnished.
4326 Patrick Ave.
TWO rooms, modern except heat. H. 5487.
Board and Rooms.
FOR CHOICE BOARD AND RM. WATCH
THE BEE WANT ADS, AND IF YOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT TOTT WANT IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL TY". "Olio
AXD ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
MODERN room with board, suitable for
T. Hansrom Park District. Har. '3166.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
, Dodge, at 18th Street
Omaha's Newest, and Finest Ex
clusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For 4
FOR rent, modern 4-room apartment. Web.
SUBLEASE to party buying furniture, two
rooms and bath. 2219 Howard. St. Bos
worth Apts., Apt. No. 10.
a choice 6 -room apartment on the third
fioor, south and cast exposure, sun room
mahogany and ivory enamel finish, to
he decorated to suit, fireplace, very
complete, well built and nicely located,
maid's room and heated garage may be
There is also a sliiiitly smaller apart
ment In the sumo building, 620 South
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
17th and Farnam St.
CORNER apartment. Birchwood. 4808
Dodge, 6 .rooms, immediate possession.
$125. Walnut 6299.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialist In apartment management.
WANTED TO RENT.
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
ABSOLUTELY modern furnished apart
ment or housekeeping rooms, consisting
of at least two bedrooms, private bath
and kitchenette, for refined counJe with
baby t year old. Must be In respectable
neighborhood, either west or north. Give
full description, rental price and when
ready for occupancy. Box ,W-167, Bee.
FOR RENT Business Property.
FOR RENT One building 46x110, garage.
March 1; one building 20x34; also 90
pairs roller skates in good .shape for
sale. J. P. Johnson, Geneva. Neb.
I SEE F. D. WEAD. 310 8. 18TH ST.
Office and Desk Room.
EXCELLENT office space with use of
desk and telephone. 32t Securities Bldg.
DESK space n office, well located. 609
Paxton Bldg. Douglas 1411.
DESIRABLE rooms for a dentist. Call Dg.
6370, between 2 and 5 o'clock.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY iN3 CO.
STORAGE, MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS,
Hth- and Jackson Sts. Douglas 0283.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAOE
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAX AND STORAGE CO..
816 South 16th. Doug. 4163.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Uoweu Co. Tyler $409.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1605 Davenport. Doug. 2908.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
HARNESS AND SADDLES.
We make them ourselves and sell .hein
direct to the farmers. You get the
best that can be made at first cost,
you don't have to pay any mlddleinau'a
profit, and then get poor harness. We
are making a big reduction in prices
nesrly pre-war prices. Harness, from
$40 to $100 per set. Our goods are
guaranteed.. Tle store is 62 years old
and the oldest saddelery store in the
west. Alfred Cornish - Co.. Successor
to Collins & Morrison. 1210 Farnam St.,
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
PRIZE-WINNING chicks for prompt de
livery. Heavy laying, big-honed Minnr
caas, Anoconus. Orpingtons, Rrds. Rocks,
Wyandottes, Irfghorna. 'Delivered free.
Catalog. Murray McMurray, Box 112,
Webster City, Iowa.
CHOICE S. C. White Leghorn cockerels.
, Col. 4534.
Wlto Wyandotte hatching eggs. Col. 0289.
RED cockerels. $1 50 en-h. Col. 3245.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE,
PIERCE-ARROW Berlin limousine body,
Morocco leather upholstered. AUTO EX
CHANGE CO.. 2204 Farnam. D. 603.
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
20th and Harney' St.
GRAN'J -6, Into model. Bargain. Come
fur demonstration. 2106 Leavenworth.
DODGE SEDAN. LIKE NEW ; WILL
TRADE FOR IHlDGE ROAD.' Well, 654(1.
liiTHAXON SIX. 4-fnw -nger. all Inborn!
condition, priced to well. Call Har, M.'
i it i
i j ii
SEE J IOCS AND MAGGIE IN FULL "
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
TOO ONDER STAND
VOU TO PROVE
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
We have some splendid l5l9
newly painted Fords for sale, cash
or terms. Try one and you'll buy
Drive It Yourself Co.,
1314 Howard St. Doug. 3622.
1918 Chalmers 7-passenger touring,
thoroughly renewed, worth $650. Monday
and Tuesday only, 1390. Another spe
cial tomorrow. Trawver Auto Co.
SOME! bargains in used Ford cars. Mc-
cairrey Motor co. . ine nanay ora
Service Station. 16th and Jackeoo. Doug
Repairing and Painting.
2768 Burt. Harney 6811.
TIRE REPAIRING Expert work guaran
teed for life of casing. Write or phone
ftr rtri.. ll.t lilvhrpu Ar narcel Post
paid both ways. EVERREADY T1RF
SERVICE CO.. 314 So. 19th St.
FOR RENT 1K0 acres of well-Improved
land in Douglas countv. Will rent for
cash or on shares to .responsible party.
Address T. F. Qulnlan. J. L. Brandei3
& Sons Omaha. Neb.
LISTEN! 120-acrc farm, house. barn,
spring; price $1,650; easy payments.
Have other farms, list free. WARD,
Mountain Home. Ark.
FOR real bargains in farm lands write Lee
Hartin. Salem, Ark., Fulton county.
WE have for sale five improved Rock
Road stock and grain farms. One
220-acre, highly improved, at $20D per
acre, 160 acres at $150 per acre. 240
acres on electric car line. $75 per acre.
$800 acres worth $160. Three seta im
provements at $60. A dairy. 80 new.
30 per cent off cash value. We have
many other genuine farm, bargains
close in. Write Geo. A. J3ond, care
Gregg Realty Co., 314 Bonflls Bldg..
Kansas city, Mo
FOR SALE IDEAL STOCK RANCH.
3.440-acre stock ranch in western Ne
braska, 10 miles from countyseat; well
fenced and cros'-feuced in pastures;
plenty of running spring water for
stock; situated mostly in wooded hills:
plenty of growing timber, pine and
cedar for - shade, shelter, wood, poles,
posts, etc.; blackroot, wheat and gram
ma grasses. Ranch will run 300 head
of cattle: 150 acres good, lvel alfalfa
land to be irrigated by owner's private
Irrigation project now under construc
tion which goes with the ranch; that
part under the Irrigation ditch has pro
duced without irrigation an abundance
of hay and feed for winter; 160 acres
now In winter wheat: 100 acres of this
land this year made 3-bu. of wheat per
acre. 1.000 acres of this ranch could be
tractor farmed: all good, rich soli. Have
40 head of registered Hereford cattle
and complete lino of horses and ma
chinery which I will sell with the ranch
or not, as suits the buyer. Good 10
room dwelling house, all modern im
provements, spring water piped through
out: Delco electric lights; garage; pro
ducing apple orchard and plenty of wild
fruit. Rank barn, 24x80; corrals, sheds,
etc. Price, $25 per acre. $40,000 carried
back on ranch on long time at 6 per
cent, must have SIC. 600 caslt and will
consider good first mortgage paper or
first-class farm on balance. No agents,
you deal direct with the owner living on
the ranch. Possession March 1. Ad
dress Box Y-1K2. Omaha Bee.
Improved .640 Acres,
$14 an Acre
Ona mile from Ilaleey, Neb., on coun
ty road; rural delivery: sell on good
terms. Owner, Mrs. E. Green, 4506
Virginia Ave.. Oakland, Cal.
South Dakota Lands.
$950 160 acres, rcrkins county.
$1.200 160 acres, Jonca county.
$4,010 640 acres, Carson countv.
Hobart. Phoenix Building. Minneapolis.
We are offering for sale at from
$100 to $150 rer acre the best
improved farms in the United .
States, situated close to thriving
towns and cities, in the greatest
state In the Union Old Virginia,,
close -to the best markets, where
orn Is todrfy telling for $1 per
bushel: whero oats are selling for
$1, and whera hey Is selling for
$35 per ton. " .
Write or Wire
208-209-210 Central National Bank,
I ANDOLOGY special number juat out,
containing 1921 facts of clover land i
Marinette county, Wisconsin, If for
a home or as an Investment you are
thinking nf buying gojd farm rands
where farmers grow Meh.'send t once
for this special number cf Landology
it i rree on request , Address SkltMai
more-Riehle Land C143J SkldmQfWf
Rlehle Bldg.. Marlnel
Real Estate Loans.
Money on City Property
HAVE $1 0,000 to plate on first mortgage
on Improved city properly. Apply.
H. A. Wolf Company,
582 Sauhdera-Kenueiiy Hldg. Tyler 3160.
WE have cash on band to loan on Omaha
E. II. LOUGEE. INC..
638 Ketilne Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.. '
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2715.
For Farm Loans in eastern Nebraska see
Paul Peterson, 364 Brandeis theater
$100 to $10 000 mad promptly.
P. P. W EAD. Weed Bldg.. 310 3. 18th St,
PROMPT aervlce. reasonable rate, private
j money. Garvin Bro. 345 Omaha Nat.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
To buy or aell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
'1120 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Dougla 142$.
HAVE only $300 rash, want 4 or 6 room
house: not particular, hut want gonl lo
cation, $30 or $36 a month. Address
Box 2626, Omaht Be,..
THE-Old RellablTnteaT EataT "office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO..
imi rinrte. St. Onurlaa 1146
1 llHrti w
I KNOW DOT
4E-T YOO TE.T-
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WE CAN SELL'
GLOVER & SPAIN,
LTST home and Income property with
GRUENIG REALTY CO.
1418 1st Nat. Bk.
WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES.
C. B. STUHT CO..
-City Nat'l Bldg. Douglas 8787.
DTpTprTirp REAL ESTATE
JJ 11 V J-V J-J i. 1 gen,. Rent. Inure
350. Peter Trust Bids.
PT Tl CDDT XT C! REAL ESTATE.
.J. I JCil5rJ2iiN OIn. and Rental
605 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Dougla 21
W. G. SHRIVER?PnEc.TATfi
1047-9 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 13
HAVE Inquiries for homes do you want
to sell your properly? List it with
C. A. Orlmmel. Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bide.
Western Real Estate Co.. 412 Karbnch Big.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
WE HAVE an unusually well located plee
of traclige, 31x132; tracks on both
sides,. Alfred Thoma A Son, (04 lit
. v 113 FEET ON 11TH ST..
$50 PER FOOT.
BOSTWICK. 400 Peter Trust Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
WALSH-ELMER CO., Realtor. Real
Estate, Investment, Insurance, Rentals.
Tyler 163S. $33 Securities Bldg.
SMALL store with flat above, on car line,
modern, rent $720 year; price, $4,500;
easy terms. Douglas 1734 day.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
161 ACRES, trrlga'lon district, near Gar
den City. Kan. ; beet and alfalfa land; 130
acres under ditch, bal. pasture: small
set buildings; grove, -trees and fruit
trees; priced right; consider eastern Ne
braska or Iowa land or stock merchin
dls. Address Box Y-1431. Omaha Bee.
FOR EXCHANGE $12,600 second lnbrt
gsge secured on 420-acre farm. 45 miles
northwest Minneapolis; mortgage is
good. Will exchange for other property.
Schwab . Bros.. 1028 Plymouth Bldg.,
CLEAR lot. So. Omaha for car. Benjamin
& Frankenburg. Doug. 4)722.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
822 N. 50th Ave.
Good seven-room house: big double
garage: big lot: $8,350. Wal. 3010.
NETHAWAY, Suburban prop'ty. Col. 1409.
FOR SALE 7-rooin House, all modern,
n. e. cor. 2110 J St possession given
medjgtely. Tel. call So. 0123.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Wft have a two-story home, liiodnrn
in every way in a splendid neighbor
hood, rlopo to Saunders school. Price
'anil t 'tit. a vrry reasonable.
Alfred Thomas & Son,
604 First National Hank Bldg.
A wcll'located, 5-rooni bunga
low. Modern in every respect and
on a corner lot. Near 33d street
car and close to school. Priced
Chas. E. Belman,
702 Peters Trust Bldg.
Omaha Real Estate and Investment.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 4389.
5-room strictly modorn bunga
low which it looks like- some
body ought to be able to make
some money on. This consists of
a large living room, dining room,
built-in buffet, two bedrooms and
hath with base tub, kitchen on
first floor. Oalt floors through
out. All oalt finish and white
enamel. Full cement basement,
furnace heat. This bungalow is
vacant and can give possession at
once. This belongs to an out-of-town
owner and through a mis
fortune lie la compelled to sell it.
Payne Investment Co.,
627 Om. Nati Bk. Bldg. Deng. 1781.
$4.300 Five rooms, strictly mod
ern. Lot 44x125.
14 500 Five rooms, strictly mod
ern, near ilith and Laird.
$5.000 Five rooms, strictly mod
ern, north of Mlnne Lusa.
$6,000 Semi-bungalow, garage,
jK.noo Choice live-room bunga
w low. garage.
JS.500 Florence bouleard, extra
rice, five-room bungalow, ga
rage. $7.500 Minn I.uea special. Stuc
, co, fireplace.
Osborne Realty Co.;
520 Peters Trust Hldg. Jjouglaa 2282.
6-room homo on corner lot. Living
room across front, dining room and
kitchen down and three bedrooms and
bath up. Oak finish; fireplace. Good
basement and furnace. Priced right at
GLOVER & MORELL
718-20 KeeMne Rid .'
TvTc'r 312 3.
West Farnam District
Owner leaving city. rr?tty
six-room, two-story home, about
four, yeam old: garage; rholrn
east front eorncr lot: paving all
paid: about two blocks to the new
Trips school. For appointment.
Osborne Realty Co.',
lan Patera Trust Bldg. Doug. 2287
I I I l J 1 I L I
for The Bte by McManus
IVSl International News Service
21 Bv NT L FtATURt Stwvict. INC.
Is a Police Patrol Spoken of As a
The habit of referring to the vehi
cle used to convey prisoners and dis
orderly persons to a police station or
prison as a "Black Maria" had its
origin in Boston durijig the colonial
days when a negress by the name of
Maria Lee kept a boarding house for
sailors in one of the roughest sec
tions of the city. "
Maria was a woman of gigantic
s-tatue and prodigious strength, and
was, therefore, of great assistance to
the authorities in preserving the
peace. The entire lawless element
of that part of Boston stood so in
awe of her that whenever an unusu
ally troublesome person was to be
removed to the station - lioiise the
services of "Black Maria" were usu
ally required. One of t he stories
told of her is that she took at one
time, and without assistance, three
riotous sailors to the lockup, and
then, glancing around, demanded to
know whether "Thar's anyone eke
who needs Maria's help?"
So frequently was her assistance
reeded that flic expression, "Send for
Black Maria," became a synonym for
the removal of prisoners to jail a'
synonym which prcsisted long after
the original Black Maria had been
supplanted by a barred and guarded
(Copyright, 1920. by the Wheeler Sydi
Close. S. P. Shops
TDgden, Utah. Feb. 14. -Five hun
dred men are affected by an order
posted at the Southern Paci(V: shops
here today, closing the shops to
night until the morning of February
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
PRETTY PRAIRIE PARK HOME.
Six rooms, sleeping porch and
" bath, oak finish, choice lot. with
paving all paid. Trees and shrub
ery; one block to Sherman Ave.
car and two blocks to 24th St.
Osborne Realty Co.,
30 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas 2282.
7-Room Modern House
Havinsc fireplace, hot waicr
htr four taping rooms some
oak ftnfeli.Aelertrte light, corner
lot 6fxl0n, paving paid for, near
Omaha University. Terms all
W. H. GATES
647 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1294.
ti-ROO.M house, full size concrete base
ment, 5 years old, 2 lots 50x140 each,
good place for chickens or gardening.
Wal. 0608. 4724 Charles.
Cottage Bargain $2,100
Four-room cottage with lot. 50x17.
facing FontenHle rark. on paved strer-t.
$50f cash fWill handle; balance like
Osborne' Realty Co.,
530 Peters Trust Bldg.
FOt'R-ROOM newly decorated cottage,
$300 cash down will buy. x
R. F. CLARY CO.. Col. 0175.
SPECIAL terms on 2823 Seward St. 4-rm.
bungalow. Modern, $200 cash. bal. mo
Crelgh. 60$ Bee. Doug. 0200.
MINNE LUSA home and lot offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
' Phone Tyler 187. )
A FEW homes and lota for sale I- Park
wood addition; a safe place for Invest
ment Morris & Norris, Douglas 4270.
3. B. ROBINSON, real estate and Invest
ment, 642 Peters Trust. Doug. 8097.
Six-Room Modern House
Having hall, living room, dining
room and kitchen on 1st floor,
three sleeping rooms unit bath on
2nd floor: good basement with a
large furnace, lot 52x124.
W. H. GATES
6047 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. 'Doug. 1294.
7-ROOM modern home, llanscom park
district. $4,500, bargain. Doug. 0S27.
PUT YOUR RENT
MONEY TO WORK
Make It You Buy
No matter what rent you are
paying, we can sell you a
house on the monthly pay
ment plan, and save you
Let U Prove It to You.
Creigh, Sons & Co.
608 Bee Bldg. Doug. 0200
you years of experience in
selling your house. We are
experts in this line of busi
ness; competent, energetic
salesmen that are not afraid
to work. 1 Call us
A. P. Tukey & Son
620 First Natl. Bank BId.
Phone Doug. 4223.
South Side Office
Of Omaha vBee Moved
To Department Store
The South Side branch office of
the Omaha Bee has been removed
to the Philip's Department store.
Twenty-fourth and O streets, tin
niest convenient point on the South
Side, where advertisements, sub
scriptions and al! items of news may
The new telephone number i
South .itiSc! and there will be a clerk
in attendance at all times to answer
the phone. Anyone having items
of news of interest to the people
of the South Suit are requested to
call tip our branch office at the store.
Files of both morning and evening
editions ..ill be kept for the con.
yenience of patrons or anyone wish
i."? to refer to them.
"Lookout" Flashed Warning
To Revelers, Police Say
Standing at the front cf tin- silt
thjnk parlor of (Just KoMa, Tlrr
Weth and R streets, yesterday, Sid
Carter, negro, M)6 R street, turned
an electric switch which flashed a
little light in the rear of the place to
notify revelers there of tly approach
of the law. Sergeant Thtstrup aut'
oflicers of his rum squad charged,
following a raid on the place and the
confiscation of three pints of litpior
tinder the bar.
Carter was fined $25 for being an
inmate of a disorderly bouse by
Judge Dunn in South STde police
court, and Kosta was fined $100 for
illegal possession of liquor.
Neighbors Throng Court
For Chicken Case Hearing
Neighbors of Ernest Storm, 432'
South Twenty-eighth street, and Mrs.
II. W. Carlson, 2738 1 street,
thronged South Side police court
Storm was arrested Saturday after
officers followed a trail of chicken
blood from the rear yard of the Carl
on home to the kitchen of the Storm
home. He was accused of stealing
two chickens whose heads wete
found lying in the Carlson yard.
Storm denied the charges and
Judge Dunn continued his case until
February 25, pending further investi
Suit of Clothes Prompts
Judge to Hold Prisoner
When the suit of clothes George
Morrisey, State hotel, was wearing in
South Side police court yesterday
, was identified by Vasel Terchek,
'4721 South Twenty-fifth street, as
one of two suits stolen from his room
last Saturday night. Judge Dunn or
dered Morrisey bound over to the
district court on charges o burglary.
His bond was set at $1,000.
South Side Brevities
Scargo No. . 5-room apt to party buy
ing furniture. So. 4784.
Illinois eoa $rl. Howland Lumber
Coal Co., phone South 1614.
Children's and Indies' sewing, babies
l.ivette. fancy lingerie a specialty. South
The funeral of Mrs Augusta Clements.
Twenty-seventh and Harrinon streets, will
be held In St. Agues church this morning
at -9. Burial will be in Graceland Park
Joe Williams, Twenty-fifth and M
streets, was fined $15 for assault and
battery' on Fred Moore, 2511 Z street,
during an argument Sunday by Judge
Dunn yesterday in South Side pollcecourt.
After Johanna Pedeckl, 5502 South
Thirty-third street, caused the arrest of
her hu.band. William. ' on charges of
drunkenness and nj,uiiiig bis '.unity. Ju1
Dunn released h'ni on $'-5 bond pending
a settlement of their difficulties. William
it to appear in South Side pnlfce court
and report progress February 26.
The or 111 team of South Omaha camp.
No. 10:15, X. W. A., In ch-ir,';e of Cap
tain A E. H. Thompson, will g to
Piplllipn Toepilay evening, where a nutn-"
l:er -ftf candidates for membership o
Papillion this evening, where a number
of candidates for membership of Papillion
fonn of initiation, by the South Sid
Co. Pays Usual Dividend
Stockholders of the lowa-Xrbras-ka
Investment company, at their an
nual meeting yesterday re-elected
the following directors: Guy Cox.
Mark M. Shaw. Silas A. Harris, H.
W. Shaw and R. A. Bleicher.
Ih company's officers for the en
suing year are: Mark M. Shaw,
president; Walter A. George, vice
president; T. E. Torrison, vice presi
dent; Silas A. Harris, secretary;
Joseph F. Micck, assistant secretary.
The Capital Stock of the company
is $250,000. The company enjoyed
a profitable year and declared the
Turpentine Makes Big
Drop in Price at Savannah
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 14. Spirits
turpentine broke 42 1-2 cents a gal
lon today, sales being made at 50
cents. The last quotation at which
spirits were sold was 92 1-2 cents last
November. .Since then the market
has been inactive.
Rosin failed to fo!low-t!ic lead of
spiritst the quotations being the old
price of $11 for all grades, and no
By J. J. MUNDY.
When you move into a new neigh
borhood it is more than likely that
the most undesirable persons will be.
the first to uiake advances along ihe
line of friendship and familiarity.
It is well to be careful about get
ting too familiar with those who
make an effort to stand on a friendly
footing with you, a comparative
The particular person, the one who
is careful in his or her selection of
friends, will not go further at first
than it is 1o get out with those you
until convinced that you are g per
son whom they would not be
ashamed to present to their tried and
You will not be given a welcome
by the best people if you allow your
self to become intimate with those
who do not stand well.
It is so much eayer to not get in
than it is to gtt oitt with those you
accept as friends should they prove
to be undesirable.
Why handicap yourself just to
avoid a few lonesome hours?
If you have attached to you as
friends those who are not acceptable
to. others you will have a hard lime
to make more careful people believe
that you will not insist on your new
ly acquired friends being taken up
and mingled with by those who do
not desire their society. Make friends
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