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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
NOE Mra. Mary Harries, axe IS years,
died suddenly at, home Tuesday after
noon, April 5. j
Funeral private from residence, 1530
South 2th St., Thursday at 3 p. in.
She la aurvle( by hor husband, Albert
Noe; two sons. George, of Maxatlan,
Mexico, and Albert, of Omaha. Please
1,1 DSTER Edward J., age 7 month. :
day; son of Mr. and Mra. O. C. I.id
ater. Funeral Thursday, 1 p. m from j
Staik AY Falconer, parlors. Interment
Forest l,awn cemetery.
CARD OP THANKS.
We desire to sincerely thank our friends
and neighbors, who remembered us
with so many acts of kindness, and for
floral offering at the time of death
and burial of Mrs.. Kate Allen. William
Allen. Joseph Allen. Mrs. John O'Brien.
Mrs. Frank Vomweg, children; Mrs.
Sophia Roth, mother; brothers and
STACK & FALCONER
Thirty-third nd Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS
?oi soithBt. JEL0'"-12?.
HE A FEY & HE A FEY,
Undertaker and FTmbalmera.
Plion H. Offlo SHI Farnsm
s'OR AMBULANCE rail South 80. Korlsko
Funeral Home, Hid aid O St. i
T ITU? T T ADMnM fontenelle
MM Douglaa St.
I-. Henderson. 151 1'iirnam. Douglaa 1248.
jdliNATliT- ISO-Fa mam. D. HOI.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Chrl and Aim Paulsen, hospital, girl;
Srtney and Pearl Shepherd, 4M5 North
Thirty-eighth atreet, boy.
Le and Fern Marshall, !415 North
Fortv-fifth avenue, girl.
neorge and Rosa Simon, 1214 Pierce
Mlchsel and Lllll Kara, 110 Cass
St reef, boy.
William and Orac Paper, 4114 North
Twenty-third street, boy.
Oeorge Hnrjr Jackson, 4", 2760 Grant
Virginia Lucll Carlson,. 1, 2S67 Capital
Han Frederick Nlcolalsen. infant, hos
pital. Ophelia Tisdal, 17, tot North Forty
Frank Thompson, unknown, hospital.
Daisy MeWayne, 23, hospital.
Rernlce A. Sag, 50. 3319 Chsrles street.
Chri Lyon, 71, (54 8outh Thirty-fifth
Chrlstin Sorcnsen, 64, 6822 North
The following persons wer issued per
mit to wed:
Mike X. Poulson, 24. Council Bluffs,
7a., and Sima.Ls.llch 21, Council Bluffs,
Richard Ware Hall, 32, Omaha, and
Mildred Bernloe Rhodes, 22, Omaha.
Vincent Knapp, 72, Omaha, and Lizzie
Bell, 62, Omaha.
Daniel V. Shtller. 24. Omaha, and Arfina
L. Lundbarg, 18, Omaha.
John King, S7, Lincoln, Neb., and Edna
Chandler, 28, Lincoln, 'Neb.
Roy O. Wetler !2. Tempteton. Ia., and
Iiene Wagner, 19, Havelock, Neb.
leorge .1. Padrmos, 24. Omaha, and Lil
lian K. Holmes, 20, Kaylor, S. D.
Anthony Zrout, over 21, Chicago, III.,
and Rose V. Browne, over 18, Omaha,
William Morris. 47, Omaha, and Mary
Higglns. 46. Omaha.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on street car tele
phon Tyler 800. W are anxlou to re
tore lost articles to rightful owner.
OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
LOST Opal and pearl brooch with 'dia
mond center, Saturday evening. Prob
bl' at Kelplnes Academy. Reward.
FEMALE DOG, nursing pups, part Aire
dale, short hair, nearly all brown, suit
able r-Mvard,. 1223 First Nat Bank Bldg.
SABLE fur with small platnum diamond
1 in. 2311 Emmet street. Welter (Has.
LOST Fcathtr neckpiece between 20th
and Locust and 1,6th and Plnkney. Web.
LOST Amber rimmed glasses Sunday,
....... .win. i,ra, vtainut W243.
FEMALE Airedal dog, name Brownie;
. suitable reward. Douglas 6689.
ONE-SKIN Marten neckpiece Friday. Will
reward finder. Harney 0044.
LOST Diamond-shap.Td club pin set with
pearl. Web. 43K3.
pAIR of glasses in case. Call Tyler
THB SALVATION Army Industrial home
oltcita your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We colleot. W distribute
Phon Doug 4U6 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new borne.
110-11:2-1114 Dodge St.
TO whom, it may concern: I will not be
held responsible for indebtednrss In
curred in.my wife name, Marie Burdge,
on or after April 4. 1921. Earl M. Burdge.
PIPKINS NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY, Incorporated. Douglas 1107.
Suite 308. Paxton Block. Omaha, Neb.
Swedish massage. 209 S. 20th. D. 6877.
FRANK W. Everything settled. Please
write. Father. i
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
A 8WOBOUA. 1 41S FARNAM STREET.
RENT Vacumn cleaner, $1 fl. WaL 1147.
EXPT MASSEUSE 209 Bo. 20th. D. 6877.
MASSAGE 210 North Seventeeht St.
MASSAGE CALL DOUGLAS 9549.
ACCORDION. ld", knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered button, all sires and
style; hemstitching, plot edging, eye
let eut work, buttonhole, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co.. 101
Brown Blk. Douglas 193.
Neb. Pleating & Button Co.. ISud farnam
St.. 2d floor. Oouglas 670.
QTTTTQ SAVE 60 PER CENT.
O U X X O D. B. GROSS.
402 N. 16TH ST. DOUGLAS 6049.
I WILL furnish' material and build good,
strong 10x16 garage, two coat of paint,
tor 1126. Stevens. 4409 S. 22d. 8outh
". DO all kind remodeling, repairing. 8ee
my book of plans of bungalowa ai.d
garages. Alvin Dickson, So. 2794.
IVE BUILD and repair anything made of
v . wood or cement. Col. 6159.
BRICK, plaster, cement work. Wal. 4567.
CUM ENT work and painting. Web. 0618.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Railway
Ex. Bldg. Doug. $056. Night Col. 3612
JAMES ALLAN. (13 Naville Blk. Evidence
secured ia all caaea. Tyler 1136
WB remodel your fur and make them
Ilk sew. Fur . tord and Insured
gainst all lease - , .
. KNEETBR ALASKA FUR CO..
303 a Hth. Dong. 7383.
LEARN TO DANCE RIGHT.
Fancy, Stag and Ballroom
t Daaeiog Taught, , ,
T.eeson by Appointment.
EMPRESS RUSTIC GARDEN.
CmpraM Theater. Tler i(lt.
LET KEEP'S teach you to dance, Spe
cial attention to children. 8atIafaction
assured. V. !681.
tTol Pino Suhool for Danc'.ng, S42I
Farnaro. Doug. 760.
! ' DR. MABEL WESSON.
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon.
HUM First National Bank Bldg
Painting and Paper Hanging.
HOUSES and screens painted, repaired,
hung. Wut. 612J, between :30 a in.
to 6 p. m. ' ,
FIRST-CLASS paper hanging and paint
ing; estimates given. Douglas 4909.
PAINTING, paperhanglng and wallpaper
cleaning. J. Nau, Walnut 4567.
C. E. JONES, painting and paperhanglng;
first-class work. Harney
J W. MARTIN, patent atty.. 1716 Dodge.
Sturgesa AS Stuross, registered patent at
torneys. 4"2 Peters Trust Bldg., Omaha.
DIAMONDS pric. with ,h;rtv,SK
to buy back at small profit. GROSS
JEWELRT CO.. 402 N. 16th St. )oug
27th and Martha Sts., Omaha, . Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machlns
gray Iron castings
SAFETY rasor blades sharpened, new ra
zor, razor blades sold. Omaha' Kazor
Sharpening Co., 1622H Dodge. UK N. 16.
PAXTON HOTEL TURKISH BATH.
Massage, hot ,acks.
CONCANNON BROS.. TYLER 6731.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Hlalto Drug Store. 16th
and Dougla Sts., Omaha. Neb.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Writ for prlcea. The Ensign Co.. 607
HAULING, moving, all kinds, 92 hour;
orders taken for black dirt, fertilizer,
Keglbtered physician, strictly confidential,
consultation free, appointment only. Har.
NEW and rebuilt electrical apparatus..
LeBron Electric, 318 S. 12th St., Omaha,
FULL dress suit and tuxedo for rent,
109 N. 16th St. John Feldman. D. v128.
LET Sheppard haul it. Black earth,
mulcher and ashes, etc. Call Wal. 1214,
A. OLSEN, auto express, furniture moving
and hauling. Tyler 5656.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S. 11th. D. 0628.
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. Dg. 3138.
Furniture and Household Goods.
of fine household furniture to be sold
at the storage ;eompany, 1109-21 How
ard Street, first floor. - Everything has
been opened up so that each piece can
be examined: there are complete sets
for Living Room, Dining Room. Bed
Rooms as well as many odd pieces. This
furniture is from a fine Omaha i ..'Sttlence.
but it will be offered for sale a' a frac
tion of its value,
Friday 10 to 12 A. M.
Saturday 2 to 4 P. M.
RAILROAD salvage, new bankrupt stock
of furniture, glassware, hardware, granite-ware.
E. Vaks, 2610 N St. S. Sli'0.
LJKE niw. Veruis Marl In bed, or trade
for 3-4 bed; also grafonola. Col. 1327.
Two stoves, 10; 1 kitchen stove and
soft coal heater. 2524 Elm. Tyler 2567.
EARLY English dining room suite, fine
condition. 165. Douglas 3228. ,
DETROIT Jewel gas range, good as new.
Colfax- 3329. 1812 Shsler St.
3 burner oil stove ;heap for rash. 2581
hpauinlng. Webster 6327.
GOLDEN oak buffet, practically new.
1121 N. 17th St.
LLOYD PRINC'SS baby carriage. H. 2773.
SEWING machine for sale. 3S37 S. 23d.
OAK dining room suite, $70. Wi. 6749.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
GEORGE A. SMITH Deaeler in drums,
xylophones, etc., Instructions, repairing;
address 2761 Davenport St.. for cat.
Harney 2967. Try Smith's pedals.
VIOLIN making and repairing, bows re
paired, expert work. Jerome Carter,
room 1. Frenaer block, i
A. HOSPE CO.
Pianos for rent.
art and musia
BIGGEST phonograph bargains in Omahs.
Shlees Phonograph Co.. 1404 Dodge.
SPRING SUIT, size 38, for sale.
Typewriters and Supplies.
All MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole ager.ta for the CORONA,
Get our prices before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Douglas 4120. 1912 Farnam.
PROTKCTOGRAPHS. F. A E.'s: brgaln.
f!9 Farnam Bldg.
1-TON Falrbanka No. 4 atandard
scale. SVixSH toot platform, alio
28-Inch Buffalo Forg Co. exhaust
fan. - inquire at Omaha Be office.
17th and Farnam St. Phon Tyler
ONE 1600 NATIONAL CASH REGIS
TER. 9115 MEAT SLICER.
9175 TOLEDO SCALE.
$146 TOLEDO SCALE.
AT A BARGAIN.
TAflLE SUPPLY CO.,
17th and Dougla.
W rent, repair, sell needl? and part
16th and Hsrnev. D..iigla 1973.
STTTTS SAVE 60 PERCENT,
kJ l) 1 X O D. B. GROSS.
402 N. 16TH ST. DOUGLAS 6043.
WE- buy. aell safes, make desks. how-
cea. etc. Omaha Flxtur Supply Co.
a W. Cor, 11th and Dougla. D. 2724.
NEW and used lumber. Kindling deliv
ered. L. Mleklln & Sor AS28 North
21st St. Webster 0459. .
FOR SALE Genuine quarter-sawed oak
desk, new. Room 323 Peter Trust
SAFES BARGAINS, 12th A Farnam.
OAJ? CjO j. j. Darlght Safe Co.
RASPBERRY plants, evenings or Sunday,
PRACTICALLY new fumed oak buffet. H.
HA.VD-palnted china for sale. Ty. 1544.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
Nr d sks. used di-ks bought. s,;td i'i !
traded. J. C, Reed, 1207 Faruaru. D. H1,
OUR. LtTAE on
WON'T LAT A.NrVfEK
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WANTED TO BUY.
WANTEli to buy. Mahogany desk and
typewriter desk. Box K 88, Omaha Bee.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoe and
'urnlture. Ty. 2698. A. Zavett. 706 N. Ill
Watch the Domestic column of Th
Bee. Lot of good places ar always
advertised. Don't mis them.
Laundry andDay Work.
C'1"RTXIN'S and bundle "washing done.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Office
BRIGHT TOUNO MAN FOR CLERICAL
POSITION. A GOOD CHANCE TO ONE
WHO IS WILLING TO WORK. STATE
AGE. EXPERIENCE AND SALARY
EXPECTED. ADDRESS BOX K-90.
WANTED First-class real estate sales
W. FARNAM SMIITH A COMPANY.
1320 Farnam St. . Doug. 0564.
EXPERIENCED clerk with good refer
ence. J. Helphand Clothing Co. 314 N.
Professions and Trades.
SIGN AND BULLETIN painters wanted,
to take over territory. Must have Ford
truck. Our men averaged 13,600 last
year. Reference required. Art Bulletin
System, 830 Wade street, Cincinnati, O.
'VANTED Commercial and bulletin sign
painters, also bill poster. Good wages,
permanent employment, open shop.
Stoner-McCray System, Des Moines, la
MOLER BARBER COLLEGB.
110 So. Mth. Write for catalog.
OMAHA EMPLOYMENT BURSAL.
121 N. 15th St. Phone Dougla 1112.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Want two retail automobile
salesmen for Omaha work, selling
popular six-cylinder medium priced
car. Will pay salary and commis
sion or straight commission with
drawing account. Prefer steady
married men as positions are
permanent. Beply at once, Pox
K-S2, Omaha Bee.
WANTED Salesmen who afe producers,
to sell charter member life insurance
contracts. New plan of organization.
Hundreds of South Dakota business and
professional men affiliated. A reliable
and profitable proposition open for
renl salesmen. Good territory open.
Write at once. Policyholder's Life In
surance Company. 507-10 Sloug Falls
National Bank building,- Sioux Falls,
One who is intelligent, conscientious
and a hard worker, to represent a re
liable and well established company in
the State of Nebraska. Salary and
bonus with expenses advanced. In re
ply give reference, past sales experi
ence, age and telephone number to in
jure prompt interview. Address Box
V-1476. Omaha Bee.
THREE good salesmen, one as crew man
ager for household specialty. C, F.
Adam Co., 623 8. 16th St.
FILM sulo!man wanted; one who can sell
films. K-9. Omaha Ree.
Agents and Canvassers.
WANTED Agenta for my adjustable cur
tain rods no more'nailing on the win
dows, simple for a child to put up, sells
like wild fire, from 3 to 12 at every
call. Write for my special price list.
Chas. O. Biekel, S743 N. Troy St.. Chl-
l cago. 111. -
MEN wanted to set pins at Farnam Bowl
ing Alley, 1807 Farnam.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Household and Domestic.
Watch the Domestic Column of The
Bee Want Ada. -3ood, well-paid end
homelike places always advertised
HOUSEKEEPER, white, small family, one
who Can go home nights. Colfax 4630.
WANTED White woman for house work.
Good home. 4608 Izard. I
COMPETENT white girl for second work.
A. W. Gordon, 3611 Jackson.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED White woman for press mangle
atnd trolling hoard. , Dougjas 0228.
CASHIER wanted, must typewrite, 1819
WANTED Cook at St. Catherines hospital.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men. ladles and boy to learn
barber trade; big demand; wage while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Tri-City Barber College.
MAGAZINE people, get in touch with,
us at once, fastest sellers, best rates.
Standard Clearing House, 431 S. Dear
born St., Chicago, III.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT ""CHOOL.
Complete course In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short
hand and typewriting, railroad and wire
less telegraphy, civil service and all
'English and commercial branches. Write,
call or phdn Dougla 1565 for larg?
Illustrated catalog. Address
Boyle Bldg.. Omaha, "eb. '
Van Sent School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
1-ARTY holding deed to four tracts in
the Gulf Coast Development and Re
fining company, will sell for the orig
inal cost price of $30 per tract. Box
O-20, Omaha Fee.
EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD Investment, will
pay 100 per cent on money Invested.
If Interested address. Q-13 Pmalia Bee.
WANT to hear from owner having busi
ness for sale. J. C. McConney. il03
Farnam sVeot. Omaha, Neb.
TO GET in or out of business, LEWIS
A Co.. 411 McCague Bldg
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ROOM 87
Or have you planned on making a
change, which will be mor convenient
for you 7 If so, then call The Be Want
Ad Dept., Tyler 1000, and we will ;.oi
otity furnlah you with a complete .oom
list ot choice vacant rooms In Omaha,
but also keep your number on our
'Want to Rent" list tor further refer
ence in case you wanted to make an
other change. These Hat ar absolutely
free of charge to all render and adver
tiser ot Th Omaha. Bee and published
solely for their convenience and benef't.
Call any tlm. Tyler 1000. Want Ad
3010 Dodge St. In nice home, south front
room, walking" distance., Facing Turner
Parlt. Har. 7246.
DESIRABLE room, prl.ste family, ;
tuii-,lL i "r lailtusu man, w
Tyler 6H i
V. S. Patent Office
WHAT DO XOg
ME AH &T COMING
OUT HERE WHILE
i DiO IT roR
FOR" RENT ROOMS.
SLEEPING room in modern home; walk
ing distance. Harney 1615. 124 S.
31st Ave. .
ROOM In private home, gentleman pre
ferred, garage If desired. Walnut 1419.
VERY desirable room, connects with bath,
private home on ear line. Web. 4929.
NICE south room, private family, close
to car, reasonable. Webster 6267.
SLEEPING rooms, reus., 117 Capitol Ave.
NICE front room, modern. Colfax 1161.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS IN CITY. WE HAVE
THE BEST IN CITY. CALL TYLER
1000. WANT AD. AStf -ABOUT OUR
BEE ROOM LIST. PUBLISHED EVERY
WEEK FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF OUR ADVERTISERS
AND READERS. TYLER 1000. . .ANT
FOR RENT 3 furnlBhed housekeeping
rooms, 4 block to ear, 2 blocks to Vin
ton school, newly decorated and clean,
825 pei; month. 2030 Spring.
1129 S. 28TH ST. Nice place to live;
well furnished 2-room, cuzy apartment;
light, gas and heat furnished; close to
ear Ifne: welt located.
TWO light housekeeping rooms, on car
line, walking distance, an modern, pri
vate home. Douglas 8.104.
NEWLY FURNISHED houackeeplng room
apartment, walking distance. 2114 Chi
cago. Douglas 0223.
NICELY furnished, clean, light housekeep
ing rooms. Webster 0802.
!605 DODGE 2 rooms; everything fur
nished. Harney 1141.
1S06 CHICAGO, light housekeeping rooms.
Board and Rooms.
FOR CHOICE BOARD AND R.M. WATCH
THE BEE WANT ADS. AND IF YOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT YOTI WANT IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL TY. '900
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETv
LIST OF ROOMS.
PLEASANT, extra large room with board
for 2 persons, also garage. Walnut 1914,
FOR RENT HOUSES.
EIGHT rooms, all on one floor; modern
but heat. 3705 Q St.,, $25. Douglas
FOUR-ROOM house at 7rt8 N. 28th Ave.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS,
WE have a 3-rm. and bath, completely
furnished, apartment, 25th and Harney,
to rent for $95. This is worth the
money. Bedford-Johnston Co., Douglas
No. 18, Burdett Apts., 4 room. ...3 40.00
No. 9, Flo Les, 4 rooms 60.00
No. 3. Monticello, 4V rooms 105.00
No. 7, Ardiuore Terrace, 5 rooms.. 126.00
No. 19. Mount Vernon, 6 rooms.... 140.00
PKTERS TRUST COMPANY
Tyler 0344. 17th and Farnam Sts.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists In apartment management.
WANTED TO RENT.
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
Six-room furnished house, will lease 6
months. Must be able to pay in ad
vance and give references, feoutn 0816.
Unfurnished Apartments and" Houses
SM ALL house or flat, 3 or 4 rooms, from
.May 1, by elderly couple without chil
dren; preferably in district near 24th
and N streets. Man steadily employed.
Box 0-19. Omaha Bee.
FOR RENT Business Property.
WANTED on 6-year lease, salesroom and
service station to cover 4.000 to 5.000
square feet, willing to take space with
central located garage or auto sales
room. Address service station. 714 So.
10th St., or call Tyler 0705.
TO LET 1 0,000 eq. feet of floor space
at 414-416 South 11th street. Applv
W. FARNAM SMITH & COMPANY.
1S20 Farnam St. Douglas 0564.
SEE F. D. WEAD. 319 8. 18TH 8T.
Office and Desk Room.
Olfices for rent. Apply H. E. Izard, Room
0i, Neb Power Co., 15th and Farnajn.
FIDELITY STORAGE &
Save money on freight. Special
rats on consolidated car ship
ments to Chicago, St. Louis, Los
Angeles and Denver.
FIDELITY STORAGE &
1107-11 Howard St. Doug. 0588.
(Formerly 16th and Jackson Sts.)
MOVE IT YOURSELF.
Do you busy people know es
pecially those who have to put
in a full day's worn that you
can rent a one-ton Ford truck
hnd Drive It Yourself night, or
day and do all your trucking or
moving. Handle your own stuff
and cut your cost half In two.
We never close
Drive It Yourself Co.
. M 3VTNG.. PACKING, STORAGE
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and planes, moving, packing and
OMAHA- VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 South 16th. Dnue 4163
FIDELITY lvA" CO
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS,
1107-11 Howard St. Douglas 2S8.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 340
UNION TRANSFER CO
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1605 Davaroort. Uiw. 290s.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
SINGLE Comb Red eggs for hatching
from prize winning stock. $2 for 15 or
$15 for inn. Huston Fruit Farm, 8703 N.
Soth St. Col. 4464.
THOROUGHBRED baby chicks, 12c and
up, 15 varieties of blue rlPhon winners.
sational unica, ua j. mm.
WHEAT strcenlna-s $1.55 per 100 lbs.,
delivered. A. v. Wagner, 801 North
lth St. Douglas 1142.
REDS, thouroughbreds. eggs $1.25 setting
AXi'O.VA nte for batching. Col. 3624.
i BABY chicks fur i-ale. Doug. 211
SEE J1CCS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
SS3 1 ' WT THE 1 ft- fc ft X flU.
IF & NEIGHBOR TO O -'TVv
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AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
$30,000.00 automobiles and
Address Box K-89,
1920 Buick touring: perfect condition.
Car has had excellent care. Many ex
tras. An opportunity to buy a car
without defects. Harney 6570.
SOME bargains ill used Kord cars, Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. Th Handy Ford
Service Station, 16tu and Jackson,
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
20th and Harney Sts.
FORI COUPE, late model,, excellent con
dition, many cxtra9. Call Harney 6459.
One G. M. C. Model 31 1',4-U-ri truck,
complete with stock rack and pneu
matic tires; used one seasen; A-l
One n?w G. M. C. Model 16, complete
with oat), box and stock rack.
One All-Amerlcan 1-ton. pneumatic
tirce and stock rack; used as demon-
One K-44 roadster 1920 Bulek; A-l
condtion; 6 tire.
A. J. HANSEN. Walnut, Ia.
FOR SALE Choice quarter, 160 acres.
No. 1 land for wheat, corn, barley, oata,
potatoes, etc., With fair lmprovement.On
account of sickness and quick action
will sell at a great sacrifice; have al
ready sowed 45 acres of barley; have
"seed" for oats, 25 acres; corn, 60 acreB;
potatoes, one acre; ground ready. Will
furnish the horses, feed man to put the
--crop In. Price $37 4 acre, half cash, In
2 payments, one to close the deal, etc.,
the other October 1st. Bala-icn S to 5
years at 6 per cent. Box 79 D. P.. Proc
tor, Colo. Logan county.
0 acre Iowa farm,
314 N. 16 St.
160 ACRES and stock, $8,000. Equity
Land Exchange. St. Paul. Minn.
LOW jrrictd farm for sal In good dairy
country. $20 to $75 per acre. The E. H.
Shreve Real Estate Co.. Union City, Pa.
5C AN ACRE CASH
Texas school land for sale by the
state at $2 per acre; 6c per acre cash,
balance in 40 years, 6c per cent Interest.
Send 6c postage for further informs- I
tlon. Investor Publishing Co., Dept. 25. J
Man Antonio. Tex.
- Wisconsin Lands.
LANDOLOGY SPECIAL NUMBER: Just (
out, containing 1921 faots of clover land i
In Marinette county. Wisconsin. If for
a home or as an investment you are I
thinking of buying good farm lands
where farmers grow rich, send at once j
for this special number ot Landology. j
It is free on request. Address Skid-
more-Rlehle Land Co., 433 Skidmor- .
Hiehle Bldg., Marinette,' Wis. 1
Wytming Lands. '
GOOD 320-acre relinquishment for sale
cheap if taken at once. New house
within 3 miles of Vpton. Wyo., one
fourth mile from main road. Address
W. V. Sage, Agent C. B. & Q. Upton,
Real Estate Loans.
WE have cash on band to loan en Omaha
E. H. LOUGEK, INC..
538 Kecllne Bldg.
! OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
j O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
! I01 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doue. S715.
FARM loans, best terms and rates. Paul
Peterson. Rm. 33, Douglas block, 16th
and, Dodge Streets.
100 to $10,000 mad promptly.
F. D. WEAD. Wead. Bldg.. 310 S. 18th Bt
Stocks and Bonds.
EXCEPTIONALLY good Investment, will
pay 100 per cent on money invested. If
Interested, address Box O-l? Omaha Bee.
Wanted To Borrow.
WANT $40,000 10 years, -first mortgage
on 365 acres, black, level, alfalfa, sec
ond bottom, $250 land, well improved,
mile to station. In northwest Missouri,
near Iowa line. Address .Box Y-1477,
FOR REN T.
FIRST-CLASS BRICK TWO-STORY AND
Close In, approximately 10,000 square
feet on Missouri Pacific tracks; large,
desirable offires facing south building,
located at 1614 Izard St., Ca.l Tyler
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
To buv or aell Omaha Rual Estate ee
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1130 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Dougla 1426.
VE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES.
C, B. STUHT CO.,
City Nafl Bldg. Douglas 3787.
WE can sell your home, lot or invest
ment property. Realtor service.
GLOVER & SPAIN
Iiouglas 2850. .
HAVE Inquiries for homee do you want
to aell your property? List it with
C. A. Grimmel, Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
REAL E S TAT E:
Sells, Rents. Insure
350 IVters Trust llldg.
PT T F TJ IJ TP M Q Real estate
.0.1 LJliDCjri O ins. and Rental
605 Omaha Nat'l Bk. M'llg. Dougla 2182
W. G. SHRIVER BEA1L..TE
1047-t Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1686
LIST homes and income property with
GRUENIG REALTY CO.,
1419 1st Nat. Bk. Dug. 1966,
TUB Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
150 Dodge St. Douglaa 1346.
Western Real Estate Co.. 413 Karbach B.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
DUNDEE DOUBL12 CORNERS
We have two of the moat sightly
corners on Fifty-second street; priced
JVT.FRFD THOMAS SON,
04 First. Kallotial Bank.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
EQUITY in two beautiful suburban lots,
very cheap If taken at once. These lots
ar near Ak-Sar-Ben field. T. R,
Lackey, 3330 McKlnley.
5 acres In Florence Heights, 1,300 ft,
fronting on Washington highway at No.
3330 McKlnley St. Entrance at corner
34th and McKlnley St. Seven-room
modern house, 3-story, born, 1 aero
fruit, t acres alfalfa. Must sell in 10
days; a bargain. Easy terms; see own
er on the place. Colfax 03JI. R. Lackey.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
Owner Expects to M'ake
California His Home.
Must Sell His 3-Story
and Basement Brick,
Located In the best part of
the wholesale district. Construct
ed to carry heavy weight. Each
floor insulated with mineral wool.
Insulation costs what we are ask
ing for the building. Building In
first class shape, small elevator.
' Price 25,000.
, A. P. Tukey & Son,
620 First Nat. Bank.
DUPLEX press brick flat, walking dis
tance, oak finish, Incom $1,200; price,
$9,500. Call day, Douglas 1734.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
FOR EXCHANGE 100 acres near Los
Angeles, Cel.: 30 acres bearing oranges,
3 acres bearing lemons, balance farm
land; all piped for irrigation with un
derground cement pipe lines; 100 shares
of water goes with land; 8-room house.
Price $64,000. Mortgage, $14,400.
252 acres northeast of Brawley, Cal., on
main highway; 20 acres In fruit, 45
acres alfalfa, balance in barley; water
stock goes with land; 16 head of horses
and mules, 4 head of cattle; 2 tractors,
small house and outbuildings. Price
$75,(00. Mortgage, $8,000.
Want first-class Improved Nebraska or
Kansas grain ranch up to $125. Out. Ad
dress Parmelee & Clark, 628 S. Myrtle
Ave., Monrovia, Cal.
TO exchange for apartments or flats,
fine 160 acres all tillable Iowa farm,
grove, orchard; hog-tight fences; 8
room house; 25 miles east of Sioux City.
Worth the money. Address Box K-17,
REAL ESTATE fcr Sale or Exchange
Have 800 acres ii: a body, central Iowa,
city business property. Hansen, 60O
three sets improvement. Want good
Iowa Building, lie Moines, Iowa.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
We are offering what we con
sider the best value in this en
tire district In a brick veneer
house. This Is a very substantial
home, well built, well arranged,
priced Tight and in one of th
best restricted blocks in Dun
. dee. Large living room with fire
place. French door to sun room,
large dining room, butler pan
try and kitchen with built-in
features. Four nice bedrooms
and sleeping porch, 2d floor.
Maid's room and bath 3d floor;
vapor heat. Garage and drive
way. Shown only by appointment.
Price, $20,000; $7,600 cash.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Doug. 2850. 918-20 City Nat. Bank.
5 acres In Florence Heights. 1,200 ft.
fronting on Washington highway at No.
3"S0 McKlnley St. Entrance at corner
34th and McKlnley St. Seven-room
modern house, 3-story, barn, I acre
fruit. 3 acres alfalfa. Must sell In 10
days: a bargain. Easy terms; se own
er on the place.
NETHAWAY, Suburban oroo'ty. Col. 1409.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
A Real Bungalow.
Eight-room strictly modern
bungalow. Large living room with
fireplace, beamed ceilings, attrac
tive dining room, paneled walls.
Two fine bedrooms, bath and
kltchep with all built In features.
First floor all finished In oak,
three nice sleeping room econd
floor, dandy basement, with
laundry facilities. Two blocks to
car line and school. One of the
best built home on our list. Lo- t
cation at Forty-second and Cali
fornia streets. Shown -by appoint
ment only. Call Walnut 6032.
J. L. Hiatt Company,.
Hiatt Bldg. . i
1914-16 Dougla. Tyler 0063.
OWNER LEAVING CITY
$500 Cash Buys
Five rooms and bath, very neat, best
repair, oak floors, nice basement and
sub cellar for fruit room. Screens and
storm windows complete. Good corner
lot. Chicken house and chicken yard.
Will sell 24 thoroughbred chickens reas
onable to purchaser. Nice location near
K rug's Park. Priee $3800. $500 cash, bal
$35 a month. Phone for appointment, it
will please you.
D. E. BUCK CO., REALTORS
442 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Doug 2000 Coif 28S4
33d and Cass.
Strictly modern. 2-story, 6
rooin home, full cemented bsse
ment; good lot with paving all
paid; pries only $5,600; part cash. '
Osborne Realty Co.,
6S0 Peters Trust Bldg. Pouglss 2282.
8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE.
On 19th St., south of Cuming; lot 66x
180, for $.",750.
W. H. GATES.
647 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1294.
Omaha Real Estat and Investment.
.JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton Blk. Phon Tyler 4880.
Miller Park Bungalow
6-room strictly modern bunga
low, on one floor, with oak floors
throughout; all oak finish and
white enamel; bullt-ln bookcases,
built-in window seat; combination
bedroom end sunroom: full ce
ment basement; nice floored attic;
south front corner lot. Price la
Payne Investment Co.
637 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Douglas 1'
Drawn for The Bee by McManus
Copyright, 1921 International News Servic
Committee of 5,000 Holds
Ratification Meeting Tonight
The committee of 5.000 will hold a
meeting at its hall. 201 Lyric build
ing, tonight to ratify the nomination
of A. Sutton, J. Dean Ringer, Roy
M. Towl, Thomas Falconer, John
F. Murphy and C. A. Grimmel, the
six candidates it endorsed for th
city commission, at the primary
Tuesday. Dr. J. M. Banister, retired
nrmv ollicer, ana Kev. rraiiK u.
Smith, pastor of the First Central
Congregational church, will make
speeches. The six candidates are to
be present and tell how they won
the political fight
John ' Blessington vs. Violet Blessing
, Bertha Morely vs. Richard Morley.
Lela Farnberg vs. John A. Farnberg.
Clara Marteila HArt va. George H. Hart
Mamie L. Garrett vs. Joseph P. Gar
Belle Kropla vs. Fred Kropla, "unity.
Vera, 43ooper v. Layton Clifford,
Extraordinary five-room, stucco
bungalow, long living room, fire
place, bookcases, buffet, white
enamel kitchen, bedrooms and
bath, full basement, now vacant,
must be seen to be appreciated;
$2,000 will handle.
Osborne Realty Co.,
BS0 Peters Trust Bldg. Dougla 22S2.
North of Bemis Park
5-room strictly modern bunga
low, all on one floor: full cement
basement; good attic, with 2
rooms finished; east front, cor
ner lot: paved street, paving all
paid. Price $4,800. Vacant, can
give possession at once.
Payne Investment Co.,
r Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Douglas 1.81.
. Modern Home $4,450.
5 ROOMS AND BATH.
' $860 cash. BaJ $40 month. Buys S720
No. 20 St. Immediate possession. 2 tons
coal in coal bin, paint furnished free to
purchaser. Paving paid. East front. Nio
lot. See It today, phone
T. E. BUCK CO., REALTORS
412 Omaha Nafl. D. 2000. Coif. 2824,
Dandy Bargain, $5,250.
File liouse, 6 roams and bath and at
tic: double garage; paved streets: lots
of fruit r.d shade; 28th and Spauldihg;
$1,2j0 cash will handle.
P. J. Tebbens Co.,
605 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Phone P. 2182.
For salei Six room, strictly modern,
oak floors, laundry In basement. Sma'l
payment down, balance like rent. Call
3306 FOWLER AVB 7 rms., mod. ex ht.i
2 lots, chicken Iioum?, fruit trees. $700
cash. bal. mo. Crefgh, 608 Bee. D. 020.
MINNE LUSA home and lot offer h
best opportunity to invest your money.
Phone Tyler 1ST.
HOUSES for colored, small payment down.
Davis. 2530 Grant St. Webster 2420.
J. B. ROBINSON, real estate and Invest
ment. 642 Peter Trust. Doug. o7.
D. K. BUCK & CO. buy and sell homes.
HA.WSCOM PARK SNAP ON SOUTH
Act quickly If you want this all
modein six-room home on earllne: two
story; oak finish: east front on nice lot.
Owner leaving city and is making a
bargain price and terms. Sea !t today.
GLOVER & MORELL.
718-20 Keeline Bldg. Tyler 3623.
NEAR 26th and Leavenworth, very good
6-room, all modern home, -in good re
pair; garage, corner lot. paved streets.
Owner moving to Minneapolis. A snap
at $5,750. About $1,250 cash.
RASP BROS.. 212 Kecllne BWg. Ty. 0721.
For Sale or Trade.
Eight rooms, hot water heat,
quarter sawed oak. fireplace,
. tiled bath and shower, toilet,
bath and billiard room In base
ment; large 90x186 foot lot. beau
tiful sliade trees. House in ex
cellent condition, both inside and
out. Now vacant, Immediate po
session. Two blocks to two car
lines, one of the best built
homes In the city and must be
seen to be appreciated. Price,
$16,000 on reasonable terms or
owner will trade for a smaller
home, well located , and carry
bark difference. For location,
terms, etc., call
J. L. Hiatt Company,
Hiatt Bldg. 1914-16 Douglaa. Tyler 0063
A Beautiful New Home
Only $500.00 Down.
A 6-room. all modern home
with beautiful oak finish. Tiled
kitchen and bath floors: one
piece sink and drain board, base
tub and pedestal lavatory. Built
in book cases and kitchen cab
inet. Beautifully situated and
not far from car line, school and
park. Call Mr. Cole, Douglaa 7412.
Onlv $750 Down
Bungalow South of Hans-
Has five rooms and sun parlor, oak
floors throughout, oak tfnd whi'e enamel
finish, full basement, good furnace, full
size lot. This won't last, so mnke your
appointment early. Phone Dougla 1506.
or Harnev 7407. evenings.
10 ACRES with $5,000 worth of improve
ments. Price. $6,600. Act quick. No
colored. Colfax 1409.
NEW 4-room cottage with two lots; price,
once. Col. 1409.
-ROOM stucco nous for sale. Bargain.
Call Harney 1507.
We Can Sell Your Home
Payne & Carnaby Co.
25 Year' Realtor Service
616 Omaha Nat. Bldg.
Young Men to Be
Given Outing Free
Two Military Training Camps
For Civilians to Be Con
ducted in Seventh
Citizens' military training camps
are to he conducted by the War de
partment during the coming sum
mer for the training of young men
who have passed their 16th birthday
and who are not over 35 years of
age. These training camps will be
opened not earlier than July 15
nor later than August 10 and will
continue for one month. They will
be modeled and fashioned after the
Tlattsbiirg and similar officers' train
ing camps that were run by the
War department during the world
war to train officers for the expand
The objects of these citizens'
training camps are to bring together
young men of all types, both native
and foreign bom; to develop closer
national ond social unity; to stimu
late the interest of the youths of
this country in the importance of
military training as a benefit to the
individual taking such training and
as an asset vital for the problems
of national defense.
No Obligation Incurred.
The camps will show the public
by actual example that camp instruc
tion of the kind contemplated will
develop the young men physically,
mentally and morally and will teach
Americanism in its true sense
through patriotism and self-discipline,
resulting in greater national
strcngthboth civil and military.
There will be no obligation rest
ing on the men who attend these
training camps other than that thev
shall properly conduct thcmselve's
during the period of the camp and
receive the instruction given. At the
close of the camps, the young men
will return to their homes without '
being tied up with any contract or
agreement of service. This is simp.lv
a plan to give the young men all the
benefits of a few- weeks' training
without enlisting them in any of the
military forces of the United State
Applicants for these camps must
have average general intelligence
and. be of good moral character. n
educational qualifications are prc-
scnoeti or required, hach, candidate,
before admission, will file a rer-tifi-
cate from a qualified physician stat
ing that his health and strength are
adequate for the course of tfaining;
such certificate to be on official
blanks to be furnished to the ap
plicants; also a certificate from a
schoolmaster, clergyman, priest or
rabbi to the effect that the candidate
is of good moral characteh and aver
age general intelligence.
It is the desire of the War depart
ment to train the maxanum number
possible in the appropriations made
by congress. Transportation charges
of applicants will be paid to and
from ramps. Subsistence will be fur
iiibeti without charge to ai' men at
tending the camps, but they will not
In the Seventh corps a.'ea. which
embraces the states of North and
South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska,
Iowa, Kansas, Missouri a.id Arkan
sas, two camps will be conducted
one at Fort Snclling, Mini:., which is
situated on the edge of Minneapolis,
and the other at Camp Tike, Ark.,
which is adjacent to Little Rock. Am
plications to attend the dtizens' mili
tary training camps should be sent
to the commanding general. Seventh
corps area. Fort Crook, Neb., at
tention Major Lemmon
Dcshler Woman' Club
Starts Public Library
Deshler, Neb., April 6. (Special.'
Deshler now has a public library
under the auspices of the woman's
club. A room in the public school
buildino; has heen fitted up. Some
books .have been obtained and a
traveling library from the state li
brary has been arranged for, the
first shipment of books arriving this
Real Estate Transfers
Eugene E. Foley to Ellse Opal
Paulson et a, 8. W. Cor. 18th &
Camden Ave. 82x102 ..$
Cain Devlaene and wife to Odtel
Desmet West "T" St. 50' W. of
37th St. S. Side 50x120
George F. Jones and wife to Henry
Laurer, 27th St.. 158 4 ft. S. of
Pratt St. W. Side 40x157
Calvin C. Rlmerman and wife to
John H. Drexel, Fontenelle Blvd.
660'S of Miami St. E. Side
Charles Schcrer and wife to James
W. Hansen et al. 16th St., 517 ft.
S of Vinton St., E. Side,
Esther W. Kunnard to William A.
Rildwln. S. W. Cor. 32nd and
Miami St.. 100x120
Matilda Chrlstlanaon to Margaret
M. Frledgen, 9th St. 600 ft. S. of
Hickory St.. W. Side 70x140
Augusta Abendroth to Ernest A.
March. 22nd St., 120 a of Clsrk
St., E. Side, 60x140
Harry A. Foster to Leander Blnugh
et al. N. W. cor. 3tn ana iveu
man Ave., Irregular tract
Jurgon Bruhn to George W. Hupp
Ontario St., 60 ft. N. of Spen
cer St., E. Side. 60x120
Philip Lovlnson and wife to Shir
ley C. Kennedy, l.na bi., u. o.
of Clark St.. W. Side. 33x140
John M. Cahill to Bessl Cahlll,
Grant St.. 150 ft. -W. of 42nd
St.. S. Side. 50x12 .
Tomole McFayden to Frances B
Pvkel, 60th St.. 118.3 ft. 8. of
Maple St.. W. Side, 40x106 4
Verna A. Nelson and hus. to Wil
liam C. Uaapke, 31st. St., 194 ft.
S. of Dewey Ave., E. Side,
Om. Loan Bldg. Ass'n. to Gor
don C. Plrnock Jr.. 16th St. 600
ft. N. of Deer Tark Blvd., E.
Nora E. Foils and hus. to How
ard J. Roth and wife, Mayberry
St. 176 ft. W. of 42nd St. N.
Barker Co. to Ernest C. Margaret,
33rd St. 166.7 ft. S. of Myrtle
Ave., W. Side, 43x112
John M. Daugherty and wife to
John D. Crelghton. Franklin
St. 150 ft. W. of 48th St., N.
Leona L. Edwards to Daniel n.
Hachenberg. Emmet St. 300 ft.
W. of 14th Ave.. S. Side,
Marv T. Chaneks and hus. to
Julius J. Hettwer. Flo. Blvd. 361
ft. N. of Burdett St., W. Side,
William Sanlnk to Julia Sanlnk,
N. K. Cor. 34 and "J" St.,
Irma E Horskv to Anton Vnv
s'k. 17th St. 44 ft. JT. of N. St.,
W. Side. 43x115
Joseph M. Klslckl and wife to
Brvron E. Harklns and wife.
Va'l'ev St. 126 ft. E. of SOth St.
N. Side. 6isl2
Arcadia Land Co., to Otto C.
Johnson and wife, Laurel Ave.,
40 ft E. of 51st Ave., N. Stde,
Arcadia Land Co., to Jamea O,
Nelson and wife. Laurel Ave ,
83 ft E. of 81st Ave., N. Side,
4x120 ,..., ......
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