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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, APRIL 28. 1921.
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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
ANUKIISUN Theodore, aged 20 year, 5
month. 19 day, and Ruth, aged 17
years. 10 nuplin, 11 day, beloved aon
anil (IttUtflMer or Mr. ana nir. Aiiwri
Anderson. Fiftieth ahrl Orant atreet.
Keiiialn nt Johnson A Swanson
rhaprl until 1:30 p. in, Thursday: then
to the Swedish Free Mission church,
Tweiity-soventh and Mason treets,
whrr a:rvlc will be held at 3 p. m
Interment prospect Hill cemetery. .
HI ATP Winifred 0.. April 25, 1921; age
Funeral s-rvlces will be held from
fanitlv residence. 6201 Chicago atree'
Friday t 10:30 a. m. Iniernient Holy
CARD OF THANKS.
WK wish to thank our friends for their
kindness and sympathy shown In the
loss f our beloved nusuana ana lamer.
MrH. Mary Nelson and Sons.
STACK & FALCONER
riKRC A fl5TT AVpp SEHVICB
ABKimrtJ,1IJUljAi'I:' HARNEY 44
Ttilrty-thlrd and Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
101 South lth St. Dougla lit.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertaker and Embalmere.
Ption H. 2C5. Offl-'e 5611 Farnsm.
KOR AMBl LANCE call South 6,10. Korlsko
Funeral Home. 2Sd and O St.
LEE L. LARMON
1114 Ooimla St. Pougla 8244.
L. Henderson. lol farnam, Douglas l-'4j.
JOHN BATH, 1804 Farnam. D. 1101.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Jay and Elizabeth Dudley, 117 Nortl
Twenty-sixth street, boy.
Joseph and Mary Trets, 6322 Evan
Frank nd Mary Bno, 13JJ South
Twentv-aecond treet, boy.
William and Amy Parker, J38T Miami
Joseph an Mary Petafc, MIS South
Thirty-aecond street, girl.
Frank and Viola Oraakowtak, 4030 South
Twenty-evnth atreet, boy.
John and - Ro Gresham, 8021 Brows
William and Oertrud Richard, hos
Arthur and Margaret Btora, hospital,
Albert and Dorothy Dunn, hospital, boy.
Mr Porta l' Comstock, , hopltl.
Archibald L. Mulrhead, 87, 771T North
Mr. Miranda McBrld. 76. 1J54 South
Mr. Mabel A. Erlckson. 5. hopltal.
Besa Eleanor Cook, 41, 6338 Spencer
Anna Dorothy Peterson, 6t, 11!4 Park
Walter E. Scott, S, J010 North Twenty,
Luella Mae T,smb. 31. 01 Park avenue.
Martin Luther Vanarsdale. 72. I86S
Thomas Roscoe Zenor,. 24, Boone, la.,
and Ida Zenor. 21, Boone, la.
Charles TC. Hasmussen, 30, Omaha, and
Inarrid nrtstiansen, zs. omana.
.LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
IFOR ARTICLES LOST on atreet car tele-
phona Tyler sou. wa are anxious 10 re
Btore lost articles to rightful owner.
tOST Open face Hallmark mini watch,
rear of south base-ball aiamonaa, tam
wood park. Call Walnut 316S. Reward.
GRAY Persian cat, near S8th Ave. and
Harney. Harney 3119. Reward.
YELLOW Angora cat; reward. 1901 Btn
ney. Web. 3219.
Woodmen of the World attend the
grand rally and reception In Druid Hall,
1 24th and Ames Av.p Thursday, April
23, at I p. m. sharp.
THE SALVATTON Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magaiines. We collect Wa distribute
Phone Doug 4116 and -our wagon will
rail. Call and Inspsct our new borne.
1110-1113-1114 Dodge St.
I WANT to hear from Charley Casteel or
any member of the Patterson family,
formerly of St. Clair county, Missouri.
' Martin L. French. Lawyer, . Okemah,
MY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HES8
& SWOBODA. 1416 FARNAM STREET.
Swedish massage, massuese 209 S.20. D.6S77
WEAVING, old rugs remade. Tyler 1438.
RENT Vacumn cleaner, 11 up. Wat 1I4T.
MAS9AGE 210 North Seventceht St.
LL DOUGLAS r.4.
SWEDISH MASSAGE. 818 Neville Black.
ACCORDION, aid", knife, aunburst. box
pleating, covered buttona, all site and
atylea; hemstitching, plot edging,- eye
let cut work, buttonholes, nennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co.. 101
Brown Blk. Douglaa 1936.
Neb Pleating & Button Co.. 18u4 'amain
St.. 2d floor. Douglas 6670.
Clothing and Furs.
WE remodel your fura and make them
Ilka new. Fur atored and lnaurad
against all losses.
KNEETER ALASKA FUR'CO..
303 8. 16th. Doug. 71(8.
I DO all klnda remodeling, repairing. Sea
my book of plana of bungalowa aiid
garages. Alvia Dickaon, So. 1714.
LEARN TO DANCE RIGHT.
Fancy. Stage and Ballroom
Dancing 'l aught
Lesson by Appointment.
EMPRESS RUSTIC GARDEN.
Empress Theater. Tyle- 6641.
KEEP'S HOTEL ROME
LET KEEP'S teach you to dance. Spe
cial attention to children. Satisfaction
assured. Dg. 3581. ...
ITal-Pirits School or Dancing, 2431
DlCITIUV Farnam Doug. 76.
&ELLABLB Detective Bureau. RaJlwai
Kz. Bldg. Doug. 2051. Night Col. 1811.
JAMEtl ALLAN. 112 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all ease. Tyler 1134.
DRESSMAKING Evening gowns. Wal
Painting and Paperhanging.
fcALL W. F. BOVAT. artistic Interior dec
oratlng, better painting and papering.
SAVI8 it CO., flrst-elaea painting, paper-
Banging; work guaranteea. Tyler 090.
INTERIOR varnishing. enameling, floors
waxed, wall paper cleaned. Walnut 481.
PAINTING and paper hanging, cleaning
and repairing, web. 6091. work guar.
FIRST-CLASS paper hanging and paint
Ing; Harrar A. Clapp, Douglaa 4909.
V. INT waahlng, wall paper and window
shade cleaning. Ganer. Colfax 2248.
PAINTING, paperhanging and wallpaper
cleaning. J. Nan, Walnut 44(7.
WALLPAPER cleaning; wa guarantee beat
work In elty. Doug. 929(.
PAINTINGand vrnlshlng floors. Tig.l3$
'JlLX. clean, patar 4elli -.
REMEMBER. THE OeWb
VHCN I COORT1N'
XOU? TO CAUL. ON -sou
V 1 FvJPOV
.1.1 I - -
J. W. MARTIN, patent atty.. 171 Dodge,
DIAMONDS', wuh ThviSK
to buy. back at amall profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO.. 401 N. 16 tb St. JOUg
37th. and Martha St., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray Iron casting.
30.000 GIANT TANSIES Come see them;
other (lowers and igctable plants. Col.
3999. A. V, Ferguson. 60th and Ames.
PAXTON HOTEL. TURKISH BATH.
Massage, bot .acka.
CONCANNON BROS.. TYLER 6731.
THEATRICAL costumes for amateur the
atrical, etc., to rent at- Theo. Lleben
Son, 1519 Howard St., Omaha.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlalto Drug Store, 16th
and Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Writs for price. The Ensign Co., . 607
SAFETY raxor blade sharpened, new ra
zor, razor Diauea sola, umin Kazor
Sharpening Co., 1622 Dodge. 108 N. 14.
WILL do brick- and cement work at rea
sonable wages. Call Spencer. Harney
NEW and rebuilt electrical apparatus.
LeBrcn Electric. 318 S. 12th St.. Omaha.
CEMENT floors, sldewslks, plastering a
specialty. Douglas 6692. A rettit.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S. 31th. D. 0628.
Furniture and Household Goods.
NEW furniture at lowest prices, used
sewing machines,. Iceboxes, 45-lb. cot
ton mattresses, 30; new garbage cans,
11.60 up. E. Vaks. 2C10 N St., So.
Omaha. So. 2370.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattresses made
over In new tlcka at half the price of
new peas. 1PU7 Cuming. Doug. 8467.
ONE dining room table and China cabl-
ct, vvij' . living, puv nu. uiiii. ki. lint.
ERNIS Martin bed, child bed. Tyler
GOING abroad; will sell furniture. Col.
DAVENPORT for sale. Webster 2756.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
GEORGE A. SMITH Dealer In drums.
xylophones, etc., Instructions, repairing.
Address 2761 Davenport St. for catalog.
Phone Harney 2967. Try Smith' pedal.
Violin making, repairing, bow repaired, ex
pert work. Jerome Carter, 1 Frenjer Blk.
BIGGEST phonograph bargains In Omaha.
aniaea monograph Co.. .1404 Dnago.
Typewriters and Supplies.
All MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agent for the CORONA.
Get our price befnre you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Douglas 4t!0. 1912 Farnam.
PROTECTOGRAPHS. P. E.'; bargain.
jcis rarnam iiiag.
1-TON Falrbanka No. 4 atandard
' acale, SSxJH foot platform, also
28-lnch Buffalo Forge Co: exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17lh and Farnam St. Phone Tyler
BASE BALL TEAMS Guaranteed official
league bails, (18 a dozen; Louisville
Slugger bats, ix for IIS; uniforms, $7
each and up; heavy ball shoes. (5.75
pair; large catalogue for dime. Bullock'
Sporting Goods, Dept. B York, Neb.
ONE PERFECT Blue White Weeselton,
free from flaws and Imperfections,
, weight 1.64 K. and beautifully and cor
rectly cut. Estate settlement and must
be sold. Inquire E. M. Fisher, Ham
W rent repair, sell need!? and parte.
16th and Harney. Douglaa 1(71.
WW aro mniHnc, n ,, Yl . . .1 . . - f .
after May 1. Kindling delivered a
usual. Micklin Lumber and Wrecking
Co., Web. 0459.
WE buy. sail safp. make desks, show
cae, ate. Omeha Fixture Supply Co.
8. W. Cor, nth and Douglaa. D. 2724.
STTTTS SAVB 60 PER CENT.
WUlllJ D. B. GROSS,
401 N. JiTH ST. DOUGLAS 5049.
THREE Kdlson dictating machines, . In
good condition. A bargain. (06 World
Q A TT BARGAINS. 12th Farnam.
OJ XjO j, j. Daright Safe Co.
FULL drees suit and tuxedoa for rent,
109 N. 16th St. John Feldman. D. 3128.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DEvSKS
New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. D. (140.
MR. FARMER If you have ear corn,
white oat or alfalfa, write England
Milling Co., England, Ark. State price
and shipping point.
13 TEARS of age; university education;
executive ability; now employed, but
circumstances fore change. Call Tyler
LINOTYPE operator wants situation in
small town. P. O. Box 794. Omaha.
SITUATION wanted by Job printer In
small town. P. O. Box 794, Omaha
HOUSEKEEPER--Refined southern widow.
26, competent, good health, deairea po
sition; housekeeper, nurse or companion
In home of elderly gentleman or lady of
means. Object a permanent congenial
home. Mrs. Iva M. Livingston. Cara
General Delivery, New Orleans. La.
Watch til Domestic column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are alwaya
advertised. Don't mlsa them
Laundry and Day Work.
DAY -work. Mrs. Graham. Colfax 1913.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
CARPENTERS wanted. New building.
18th and Harney Sts. Geo. Klene & Co.
WANTED Experienced drug clerk with
references. Apply Mr. Sherman, Gen
eral Office, 2d Floor, 19th and Farnam
Sts., Sherman McCpnnell Drug Co.
OMAHA EMPLOYMENT BUREAL.
121 N. 16th St Phone Douglaa 1112
GRANITE Letterer At once. Cherokee
Monument Co., Cherokee, Iowa.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGR.
110 So. '4th. Write for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
(TI1RF!E voud salesmen, one as crew man-
Adum Co., 6;S 8. 16th St.
I II , I '
AM" ID CO OUT A.N' IbOY
OU L.OLUV-POP'b A.N ID
MEET VOUR, FATHER AN
WE D bT UP UNTIL
NI6HT - .
HELP WANTED MALE.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WB REQUIRE THE SERVICES OF
THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED, EN
ERGETIC SPECIALTY SALESMEN TO
CALL ON MERCHANTS. EXCLUSIVE
TERRITORY. LIBERAL COMMIS
SIONS PAID 'WEEKLY. WE ARE THE
OLDEST AND LARGEST HOUSE IN
THE INDUSTRY. ARE YOU SEEKING
A HIGH-GRADE PROPOSITION. WITH
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT AND
RAPID ADVANCEMENT? . IF SO,
TELEPHONE MR. GEORGE F. WIL
LIAMSON. OUR ASSISTANT SALES
MANAGER. ROME HOTEL. OMAHA
WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY. HE
WILL ARRANGE PERSONAL INTER
VIEWS. BOX T-1506, OMAHA BEE.
Traveling salesmen in Iowa and Ne
braska to sell egg case as a side line.
ACME BOX CO.,
39th and Paclflo Streets.
SALES Manager as Distributor Direct
factory representative; a man or firm
to take over the exclusive selling of the
most needed auto accessory; bar none;'
nationally advertised; no competition.
Don't answer unless you can finance In
itial order to secure agency, Alcemo
Manufacturing Co. 121 Bridge street,
Newark, N. J.
WANTED Three young men of neat ap
pearance for salesmen, out of town
work. Salary and commission and good
chance for advancement. Call between
10:30 and 11:30 or between 1 and 4
o'clock. Room 310, Fontenelle hotel,
ask for R. M. Allyn.
SALESMEN To get In touch with us re
garding exceptional sales proposition,
which can net salesmen with auto
about 1260 per week year around, prop
osition selling to auto owners in this
territory. Midwest Motor and Supply
Co.. Belolt, Kansas.
THREE middle-aged salesmen of pleas
ing personality to call on my live list of
prospects; an accumulative proposition
where each sale produces you more
business. Must be a sticker. See Mr.
Larkln, between 10 and 12 a. m., 404
Agents and Canvassers.
AGENTS WANTED A reputable concern
Is In a position to grant the exclusive
selling rights for an Ignition Timer for
Ford car. An exceptionally profitable
- proposition on an exceptionally good
article. A hustling man with a Ford car
calling on the garage trade can make
big money. Give full particulars about
yourself In your first letter. Address
Postofflce Box N, Norwalk, Conn.
WANTED Jobbers or agents to sell G.
M. C. Metallic Grease and G. M. C.
Auto and Tractor Oil. Exolusive line,
as this Is the only metallic grease In
the United State. Liberal commis
sion for live wire. Write for exclusive
territory to Gearo Mfg. Co., Qulncy, 111.
WANTED Canvassers to sell high grade
toilet articles. Big Profits. P. O. Box
117. Norwich N. Y.
MEN wanted to set pins at Farnam
Bowling Alley, 1807 Farnam.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
EXPERIENCED sewing girls on tents
and awnings; none but experienced need
apply. Nebraska Tent and Awning Co.,
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Experienced maid . to live In
house for laundry and chambermaid
work; references required. Apply Mr.
Arthur C. Smith, 1303 Park avenue.
Watch the Domestic Column of The
Bee Want Ads, Good, well-paid end
homelike place alwaya advertised
WANTED White girl or woman for
housework; small family; time off; ref
erences exchanged. Harney 4238.
WANTED Experienced white girl for
general housework. Small family; good
wages. Call Walnut 6884.
COMPETENT white maid, general house
work, no washing. Reference. S722 Pa
cific. Harney 12o0.
WANTED competent maid, small family,
best of wages, no laundry. 110 So: 61st
St. Wal. 1619.
WANTED A woman to help with house
work and take care of a sick lady.
WANTED EXPERIENCED OPERA
TORS ON POWER MACHINES MAK
ING SHIRTS AND OVERALLS, GOOD
WAGES, STEADY EMPLOYMENT
GUARANTEED. APPLY AT ONCE
BYRNE & HAMMER DRY GOODS CO.
9th & HOWARD STS.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boy to learn
barber trade: big demand: wagea while
learning; atrlctly modern. Call or write
1401 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT "SCHOOL.
Complete courses 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 phona Douglaa 1566 for large
Illustrated catalog. Address
Boyles Bldg., Omaha, "en.
Van Sant 8chool of Buslnes.
Day and Evening Schools.
221 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR NEBRASKA OR PART OF
STATE; BEST PROPOSITION
EVER OFFERED; QUICK
TURNOVER: SMALL INVEST
MENT; A BARE OPPORTUNI
TY WITH EXCEPTIONAL POS
SIBILITIES. SEE MR. BLISS.
BILLIARD PARLOR FOR SALE.
BILLIARD PARLOR In good town in
agricultural and oil belt of Wyoming
for sale. Price and detailed Informa
tion on demand. No trade considered.
This place Is a money maker, clean
etock and up-to-date In every respect.
Only reason for sale; too much other
business. Address Box 227, Basin, Wvo.
FOR SALE Moving picture building and
complete equipment, doing a good busi
ness and in the best town In Boyd coun
ty; must sell at once; need money;
. write for further particulars. Box O
65, Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE Ford agency In town of 760
population, good territory, and fine op
portunity for right party. Address Box
1603, Omaha Bee.
WANT to hear from owner having busi
ness for sale. J. C. McConney. ilOS
Farnam atreet. Omaha. Neb.
TO GET In or out of bnslneaa, aaa LEWIS
Co.. 411 McCague Bldg
EXPRESS business for sale. 3216 Leaven
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ATTRACTIVE room for young lady: walk
Ing distance; references. Harney 4477.
NICE room for one or two. Girls pre
ferred. Home prtvlleses. Call South 2874.
PLEASANT froru room, well furnished;
suitable tat fst. illi faarcey HU
S. Patent Offica
I II II I I li.. J I
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS T
Or have you planned on making a
change, which will be more convenient
for you 7 If ao, then call The Bee Want
Ad Dept., Tyler 1000, and we will ..ot
only furnish you with a complete .oom
list of choice vacant rooma In Omaha,
but also keep your number on our
'Want to Rent" Hat for further refer
ence In case you wanted to make an
other change. These lists are absolutely
free of charge to all reader and adver
tlaera of The Omaha Bee and publisher!
aolely for their convenience and benefit.
Call any time. Tyler 1000. Want A3
PLEASANT room, board If desired. ad
Joining bath in modern, private home,
on Sherman Ave. Car line; nice loca
tion; very reasonable. Call Webs'.er
4929 Sunday or evenings.
3010 DODGE, furnished room in nice
home; walking distance; business man
preferred. Har. 7246.
NICE SOUTH rooms for gentlemen on
second floor at 4409 So. 22d St. South
NICELY" furnished room for single party
or young couple. AVebsler '6154.
SINGLE rooms, 13; large front room first
floor, 16; close In. Tyler 5029.
2 MODERN sleeping rooms, suitable for
two. 623 S. 10th St.
FURNISHED room, modern. Reasonable.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST i.'F 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. "V ANT
THREE very desirable modern rooms,
lurnisnea or uniuriiisneu, buhhuio ii
light housekeeping, private home, ex
cellent location. Call Harnev 0307.
TWO first-class light housekeeping rooms,
eompletoly furnished. Webster liiii.
2107 Wirt St.
SUITE OF ROOMS, running water, gas
, range, east porch 623 South 16th.
603 SO. 27TH 2 rooms; everything fur
nished. Board and Rooms.
FOR CHOICE BOARD AND RM. WATCH
THE BEE WANT A Do. AND IF YO'J
DO NOT FIND WHAT TOTT WAN IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL TY. "500
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
LIST OF ROOMS.
ROOM and board for two men in private
home, walking distance, 10 weeK. zua
2124 Davenport; board and room.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
TWO acres, house, 1204 S. 64th; 6 rms..
Iioorea acne, irun, garage; oov pci
year. L. L. Johnson. Douglas 1602.
NINE-ROOM colonial house, all modern;
garage; rent reasonable, coirax iob.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
TWO-ROOM furnished apartment In the
Bosworth, 22il and Howard Bts., laf.ou
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
Tyler 0644. 17th and Farnam Ste.
THREE rooms and bath, completely fur-
msneo ; wuai; line piupusiuuu, atiu wiiv
lng distance; 175 to good party. Doug
NO. 20 Kingsborough, 3 rooms, 140.00.
No. 8 Nathan. 3 rooms, 152.00.
No. 3 Montlcello, 4 '4 rooms, 1105.00.
No. 7 Ardmore Terrace, 6 rooms. 1126.
No. 23 Mount Vernon, 6 rooms. 1140.00.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
Tyler 0544. 17th and Farnam Sts.
FLAT 0 rooms and sleeping porch to
party buying furniture, west rarnam
District. Harney 2348. .
Peters Trust Company,
Sneclaltsts In apnrlmeni management.
MODERN 5-room flat and sleeping porch,
May 1, (76. Tyler 3S73.
FOR RENT Business Property.
SEE F. D. WEAD. 110 8. 18 TH ST.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
MOVE IT YOURSELF.
Do you busy people know es
pecially those who have to put
In a full day'a work that you
can rent a one-ton Ford truck
and 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 cloae.
Drive It Yourself Co.
STORAGE MOVING, PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS,
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
1107-11 Howard St. Djuglas 0288.
Separate locked room for household
goods and piano, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
404 South 16th. Dong. 4141
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 140
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let -us estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1606 Daveroorl. Doug. 290s.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
ONE pair bay horses 9 STS. old, weight,
2,400; 1 black borse 7 yrs., weight, 1,300;
1 sorrel horse 8 yrs., weight, 1,300: 2
light driving horses, 1 heavy set double
harness. 711 N. 16th.
LIGHT team, harness, light delivery
wagon. A. Alera, 40th and Bedford.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
BABY CHICKS ALL LEADING BREEDS
For prompt delivery, order now from
this adv. from the company that
handles thousands of highest quality
chicks daily. Mixed chicks 113.00 per
hundred. Pure-breds correspondingly
THE LINCOLN HATCHERY,
The iRrgest electric hatchery In the world.
THOROUGHBRED baby chicks. 18c up;
15 varieties of Irfghest quality; broilers,
12 to 15c each, according to age. Spe
' clal sale
NATIONAL CHICK CO.
718 N. 16th St.
WHEAT screenings. 11.60 per 100, del. A.
W. Wagner, 801 N. 16th. Doug. 1142.
WILD Mallard duck eggs. 10c- Douglas
GOOD family milch cow. Colfax 4SI.4.
TWO fresh milch cows. 1903 S. 6th.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
SOME bargains In used furl curs. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
SeVvlce Station. 16th and Jackson.
FOR SALE A bargain. 6-ryllnder .Mitchell
touring car; ru-i 7.000 mile Jackson
Garage. SOth snd Sarengn. Colfax STtill.
VPWD i AM li"'iijM. )ld H.id cxonai
aitAWVEil ALTO CO.. .aOFarnai:
SJZ J IOCS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
I DiON'T ;T HOME
ONT1U FtSJE IN THE
WERE. THE DAVb
1921 BY INT L FCATURI StftVICK. INC.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
Before You Buy!
EKE .THE FIRM WITH THE
"A SAFE PLACE TO BUT"
Auburn Chummy roadster.
Studebaker light six.
Every car a bargain at the price
we ask, considering excellent
Cadillac Used Car Dept.
"A Safe Place to Buy."
Farnam at 26th. ilar. 0710.
Will sacrifice. Call after 6 p.
FOUR-TON truck for sale cheap. Good
condition. 1919 model. 3119 R St.
WANT TO HEAR from owners who have
well-located city Income property which
they wish to sell; give full particulars
when writing. E. P. Lucey & Co.,
Storm Lake, la.
160 ACRES and stock, (8.000. Equity
Land Exchange. St. Paul. Minn.
Real Estate Loans.
WE have cash on hand to loan on Omaha
E. H. LOUGEE. INC..
63 Keeline Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2716.
1100 to StO.000 made Dromntly.
F. D. WEAD, Wead Bldg., 110 S. 18th St
Stocks and Bonds.
FOR immediate sale will sacrifice stock In
Wykota Oil and Refining company of
Newcastle, Wyoming. If sold this week
will sell at 8c per share. Address, Box
FOR SALE Ona share Happy Hollow
club stock. J. N. Lewis, Douglas 3dlt.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
To huy or kH Omaha Ral Kstato pp
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douglas 142M.
LIST homes and ln"oine nrnnerty with
GRUENIG REALTY CO.,
1418 1st Nat. Bk. Dnug. 1966.
WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES
C. B. STUHT CO..
City Nat'l Bldg. Douglas 8787.
HAVE Inquiries for homes do you want
to sell your property? List It with
C. A. Grlmmel. Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
PTpT'Cirnm REAL ESTATE":
OlllIVlJ J. X Seng, Rents, Insures
330 Peters Trust Hldg. Doug. 0653
PT TiTRP TTXTQ real estate
.J. 1 Jl(DXLliN& Ins. and Rental.
603 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Douglas 2182
THE Old Reliable Real Estate Offica.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
1506 Dodge St. Douglaa 1146.
Western Real Estate Co., 411 Karbach B.
I WILL buy two or three good cotlagei
for cash If a bargain. Box X-48.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE or trade equity and all-modern
, 5-room bungalow. II nr. 4606.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
DUNDEE DOUBLE CORNERS
We have two of the most sightly
' corners on Fifty-second street; price
ALFRED THOMAS & SON,
604 First National Bank.
GLOVER & SPAIN
Care sell your property. Douglas 2860.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
4-room house and basement, two large
lots, poultry conveniences, 12.000.
5room house, two large lota 12,500.
These properties near Military ave.,
very small payment and terms to suit
Offered at low price for quick sale. Will
sell separate. F. A. Stroup & . Son,
Harley Hotel. Omaha.
Near 49th and Cuming
Five rooms, finished In oak,
and white enamel sleeping porch:
fireplace, built-in bookcases, full
baRement, furnace heat; priced to
sell. Call Walnut 2282.
, George & Company
paid down will handle a fine six
room home In Dundee, located
near 60th Ave. and Farnam Sr,
on cast front lot. Furnace heat.
For further Information, call
George & Company
New 6-room and bath, full 2-story
and attic home: complete In every de
tail: beautifully finished and decorated;
finely located: east front; near carllne
and school; priced right, 12,600 cash,
good terms on balance. 316 S. 50th St.
Mattson & Smails
Dong. 8102 1214 City Nat'l Bank.
STRICTLY modern, 6-room and
Bleeping pori-h. Dundee bungalow.
Call Wal. 2283.
la1,;. ACRES. 3 mites to Omaha with new
In provements: must be seen to be ap
preciated: owner leavlnff; quick sale.
sd.St.d; no colored. Nethnwav, Cnl. 14n9.
7-RM. rs.. all moiK, 3 large lots. 132x360;
all kind bearing fruits except peaches;
beautiful view, ideal location and home;
no colored. Price . 17 0A. i"olf:ix 14"9.
NtillA WAYSuburban pwp-fcyTcol. 1401.
J NOT COIN
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
FIVE ACRES CHEAP If taken by May 1.
with seven-room modern house, 3-story
barn, chicken house, one acre fruit, 1
acres alfalfa. 1.200 feet fronting on
Washington highway, at 3330 McKlnley
St., Tel. Colfax 4538. Mrs. Ada Ford
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West Farnam Home
On 37th St., near Farnam. well
constructed 2-story and attic 6
room, modern frame house, fin
ished in quarter-sawed oak 1st
floor except kitchen; large at
tractive living room across entire
front, with brick fireplace; din
ing room; butler's pantry; con
venient kitchen first floor; 4
corner bedrooms and bath second ;
maid's room third; full cemented
basement; garage, cement drive:
east front lot: price 110.500;
Must be sold, want offer; good
. Fowler & McDonald
1120 City Nat'l Bank. Doug. 1426.
Bemis Park District
6 Rooms Modern $5,500
A real buy for someone, consists of
6 rooms, all on one floor, large living
room, nice fireplace, breakfast room,
good basement with laundry conveni
ences, large lot, garage, only block
to Harney car, fine location. Very
reasonable terms. Call Douglas 9585 for
appointment. Won't last long.
H. W. Volland
'10 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas 958.".
LET ME OFF at the boulevard. Many
times you'll say this and you'll bo
proud to own this. A lovely stucco,
unusually planned, but most conven
ient. Three rooms downstairs in beau
tiful oak with breakfast room: two
bedrooms upsalrs finished In oak and
birch; lovely sun room. Owner must
sell. Terms, 11,600 down. Price,
Douglas 422(1. 234 Keeline Bldg.
FOR SALE, In Clalrmont under
construction, full two-story, kella
stone residence, east front, oak
and white enamel finish, six
large rooms and bath. Price,
17,500. For particulars call
33d and Cass
Six rooms and bath, strictly
modern. Nice lot. Paving paid.
Trice, 13,600. 1,750 cash.
Osborne Realty Co.,
5",0 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas 22S2.
6 rooms, modern except heat, lot 50x
160. H block to Harney car, 13,950. Call
H. W. Volland
10 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas 9585.
FOR SALE Five-room bungalow
in Clalrmont; pine finish; one
block to car; about 12,500 cash,
balance about 130 per month.
Omaha Real Estate and Investment.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton Blk. Phona Tyler 4880.
3306 FOWLER AVE.. 7 rms.. mod. ex ht:
2 lots, cblcken house, fruit trees. !700
cash. bal. mo. creign. 60S Bee. u. ovm.
MINNE LUSA homes and lota offer tb
best opportunity to invest your money.
Phone Tyler 117.
HOUSES for colored, small payment down;
Davis. 2630 Grant St. Webster 2420.
J. B. ROBINSON, real estate and tnven
ment 642 Peter Trut. uoug. sij.
T. E. BUCK CO. buy and sell home.
2868 Bauman Avenue
One Block to Car and
This Minna Lusa bungalow Is
now vacant. Move In It today. You
cannot duplicate It at the price.
Six rooms, sun room, living room,
dining room, all with oak floors
and finish. Kitchen, bedroom and
bath, oak floors with white enamel
Has all the built-in features
fireplace with grate, buffet, book
cases, kitchen cabinet, tiled floor
and base tub in bath room. Water
heater, coal bin large enough for
the winter supply of coal. Extra
fine electric fixtures, screens,
cement drivo to a double garage
with floor - drain and electric
lights. In fact, all that is needed
to make a complete home.
Yours for $8,500, $1,500
Cash, Bal. $75.00 Per Mo.
Creigh, Sons & Co,
608 Bee Bldg.
Minne Lusa Bungalow.
2725 IDA ST.
We have just listed these two
high-class bungalows, both, very ,
neat and up-to-date, with two
car garages. Arrange for inspec
tion. Price and terms right.
In the same district, at 2424
Newport, we have a two-story,
seven-room modern honse; tile
bath, fireplace, sunroom, etc. A
very attractive home at reduced
Glover & Spain
2850. 918-20 City Nat'l
Owner Must Sell
Strictly modern, 6 rooms and
bath; hot water heat; real tile
bath room; built-in tub, pedes
tal lavatory, etc. Sun room; all
oak floors, three rooms oak fin
ish: ivory enamel bedrooms. Fine
full basement, 2 floor drains. Good
attic. Paving paid. Near car
line. Price, 16,690, easy terms
to suit buyer. Key next door
west. See owner at 1624 Victor
avenue. Webster 0725.
Miller Park Bungalow
6-room Btrlctly modern bun
galow, all on one floor; oak finish
and oak floors, built-in book canes,
beam celling, buffet and sunroom,
2 rooms parti,, finished off on sec
ond floor; full cement basement,
furnace heat; garage and drive;
one block from Miller Park. 1,
block from car. Price 17,000
Payne Investment Co.
&17 Dm ah it NationAl Rank Rldfl1.
iouta 1781. V
Drawn for The Bee by McManu
Copyright, 1921 International New Service
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
1500 cash buys 6-r., modern home;
garage and chicken house; full lot.
Price, 13.600; bal., 135 a mo.
1600 cash buys 4019 N. 26th Ave.,
6 rooms end bath, mod. except heat.
1660 cash buys -room house, modern
except heat, at F.lghth and Hickory Sts.
11,600 cash buys modern bungalow
with good garage. Paved St., nice lo
cation, near car. 4130 N. 17th St.
D. E. Buck & Co.
441 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Douglas 2000
A. W. PJerrou, Web. 0832. B. J.
Newlon, Har. 6942. D. E. Buck, Col
$5,250 $1,000 Cash,
$45.00 Per Month
Buys seven-room all modern
home, living room, diulng room
and kitchen on first floor, four
nlco bedrooms and bath on second
floor: full cemented basement:
beautiful corner lot, 63x127; lots
of fruit and shade trees; located
just one block west of Prettiest
Mile, at 6102 North 22d street.
Payne & Carnaby Co.
(16 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
Five Rooms Modern
Just on the market,, a new
five-room bungalow at 38th street
and Charles. Nice living room and
dining room In oak, with built-in
bookcases. Two dandy bedrooms
with bath between. Kitchen has
large built-in cabinets; full ce
mented basement and floored at
tic. Price 16,760, f 1,250 cash.
Payne & Carnaby Co.
61$ Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
Large living room, dining room,
kitchen, sun parlor, breakfast room,
three large - sleeping rooms with' extra
closet space, tiled bath room. A real
home on 47th Ave., east front. Pre-war
price, 18,600. Webster 6305.
DO YOU WANT A BUNGALOW?
Wo have several first-class buys In
mod., oak finished bungalows. Close to
Kountze and Miller Parks. Call Mr
RASP BROS., 212 Keeline Bldg. Ty. 0721.
Six rooms, modern except heat 12.359.
!?!!!! aBh' 126 Per mo- E- M. Davis,
2530 qrat St. Web. 2420. '
3026 SO. 32d STREET
Strlotly modern home on cor
ner lot, paved street, one block to
car lrne. Large living room across
entire front of house, dining room
' with built-in buffet, large kitchen
with built-in cupboard and Ice box
room oak finish In living room
and dining room, oak floors
throughout house. Three large
bedrooms and bath on second
floor; plenty of closet room. Full
cement basement: Garage.
C. G. Carlberg
212 Brandeis Th. Bldg. Dg. 0585.
South Omaha, $2,500.
My nice home, partly modern, corner
AMOS GRANT CO.,
Doug. 8880. 330-2-3 Brandeis Theater..
Ten-room frame home, modern ex
cept heat, arranged for two families,
house In good condition and. priced to
sell quick. Paved street and only one
block to car. 1600 cash. Price. 13,000.
L. D. SWANSON,
408 Brown Block. Douglas 1437.
TUIMV nD irurci
For 1450 cash you can buy this 6
room, all modern bungalow, being built
now. You can have your choice of In
terior and exterier finish If bought this
week. Fine location. Call Mr. Cole,
Walnut 6432 evenings or Douglas 7412
Real Estate Transfers
Harvey J. Wing, et el to William
Warren Miller, 33d St., 83 ft. S.
of Burt St.. E S, 45x67.75 $ 1,300
Emanuel C. Grant and wife to Rob
ert S. Turner, Ellison Ave., 200 ft.
E. of 24th St., S 8. 45x125 6,760
Mrs. Frank F. Haney and husband
to John Julis, 20th St., 175 ft. N.
of W St.. W 8, 25x130 100
Mary 8. Joslln to John Nyhoff, et
al, Farnam St., 166 ft. E, of 27th
Ave.. S S, 40x134 . 100
Nels Peter Nelson and wife to An
tone Fazekas, 17th St., 86 ft. N.
of Ames Ave., E S. 80x128 600
W. F. Norton and wife to Harry H.
Billy, S. W. Cor. 27th and Sara
toga St., 41Uxl06 6,000
Provident Real Estate Co. to Sam
uel W. Lewis and wife, 60th St.,
260 ft. 8. of Francea St., E 8,
Augustus K. Sloan and wife to
Swan Westln, 60th Ave., 360 ft.
S. of Leavenworth St., E S, 60x
Swan Westin and wife to Robert
E. Sanderson, 60lh Ave.. 360 ft.
S. of Leavenworth St., E 8, 60x
Swan Westln and wife to Robert
E. Sanderson and wife, 6Hh Ave.,
410 ft. 8. of Leavenworth St., E
S, 100x116 2,100
Lena Rossltto and husband to Clr
ino Lafata, 9th St.. 250 ft. N. of
Frances St., E S. 60x142 1,760
Clrlno Lafata and wife to Salva
tore C'attano, et al, 9th St., 250
ft. N. of Francea St., F. S, 60x
Paul W. Kuhns and wife to Ar
thur J. Wennlnghoff and wife,
46th St.. 47 ft. N. of Wirt St.,
E S. 45x127 100
-Raymond J. Rutt and wife to An
ton Hoffman, Jr., and wife, N.
W. Cor. 26th and Mason St., 28x
Abraham R. Marsh and wife to
Carl F. Hlbbard, 41st St., 82 ft.
N. of G St.. W 8, 41x125 1,400
Abraham R. Marsh and wife to
Maude McKinney, 33d St., 400 ft.
8. of Martha St.. W 8. 38x140... 4,600
L. H. Stephena to Samuel J. Brum
baugh, 8. E. Cor. 20th and I St.,
George Luther Rlcheaon and wife
to Sarah Zorlnsky, et al. N. E.
Cor. 25th and Meple St.. 44x120.. 10,700
Tnme A. Qnlnu and wife to l.ula
N. Jerome. S. E. Cor. 34th Ave.
and Spauldlng. 160x128 900
Bennett W. Shonuuiat to Emma
Kersler. N. E. Cor. 18th and Ohio
St.. 40x105 2,600 i
Wallace Asked to '
Grades of Wheat
Claim Made That Present
Plan Is too Tccliincal for
County Buyers Millers
Washington, April 27. Modifica.
tion of federal grades on spring:
wheat was asked of Secretary Wal
lace by Representatives of Minnesota
and North and South Dakota on the
ground that they are too technical to
be applied by country buyers and are
causing widespread discontent
among; farmers who think they are
being discriminated against. Repre
sentatives of the millers opposed
modification, declaring difficulties
would be remedied if country eleva
tors had better trained men.
A committee representing the
Minnesota legislature presented a
tentative set of grades which would
provide that any moisture content
over 16 per cent be made a part of
the grade designation, eliminate the
subclass "red spring" and abolish
grade five in all classes.
Deputy Inspector McGovern of
North Dakota placed samples of the
various grades of "dark northern"
wheat, on the secretary's table and
said that although it was all the same
wheat, varying only in percentage of
wild peas, on April 20 there was a dif
ference between grade No. J, and
"sample" grade of over SO Cents a
bushel to the farmers.
Commissioner Murphy of South
Dakota urged modification ,of the
grades to allow the use of "the judg
ment of the -men" in applying them,
declaring it was difficult to set a
standard for the entire country wnicn
would meet local conditions.
Decision was reserved by Secretary
Refuses Reduction in
Western Rail Rates
"" Washington, April 27. The Inter
state Commerce commission refused
to order a reduction in railroad rates
from points of origin east of the
Rocky Mountains to points in inter
mountain territory. Complaints of
business organizations and others
were dismissed, the commission hold
ing that existing tariffs, which are on
a parity with those to Pacific coast
points, were not unduly prejudicial.
The complaints contended for a
graded reduction based on the rates
to the Pacific coast, fixed so steam
carriers could compete with water
commerce passing through the Pana
The proposed scheduleg were op
posed by manufacturers and business
organizations of the Pacific coast,
while numerous eastern shippers and
manufacturers intervened to oppose
a part of the proposed changes which
tended to increase rates from the
east to the Pacific coast.
in Emergency Tariff
Measure Is Revived
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wire.
' Washington, April 27. The senate
finance committee decided upon a
substitute draft for the exchange
equalization clause in the emergency
tariff measure. The provision in the
bill creating a limitation of 66 2-3
per cent in calculating currency de
preciation as affecting mports was
stricken out entirely. The section was
rewritten so as to fi!ace the entire
valuation of imports either on a
home market value or the export
sales prices. Whichever of these
two prices is the higher at the time
of sale as measured in American
money, is to be taken in reaching
A number of minor and technical
amendment sup-p-ested bv CUStOm
and tariff experts have also been
placed in the bill, wmcn win proD
ably be reported to the senate Fri
day or Saturday.
Successful Candidates for
West Point Announced
Washington. April 27. (Special
Telegram.) The War department
annnnnrpH the fnllowinGr candidates
to be admitted to the West Point
military academy on July i, as re
sult of the entrance examinations
held in March:
Nebraska John Salisbury Fisher,
Beatrice; Harry T. Hayne, 4508
Vnrth Twentv-fourth street. Oma
ha; Ira Kenneth Evans, Columbus;
Harold Shafer Gould, Alma; Mere
dith D. Masters, Crawford; Earl
Walter Barnes, Crawford.
Iowa Charles Frank Coulter,
Iowa City; George Henry McManus,
jr., Waterloo; George W. M, Dudley
Sigourncy; Virgil . Pogue, Ot
tumwa; Clifford P. Bradley, Des
Moines; Glen Darwin Myers, Corn
ing; Ernest Victor Homes, Defiance;
George Kchl Hauck, Jr., Rotfe.
Reduction of Third in
Passenger Fares Proposed '
Washington, April 27. A flat re
duction of 33 1-3 per cent in passen
ger rates through the sale of mileage
books, was proposed in a bill intro
duced by Representative Flood,,
democrat, Virginia. It would direct
the Interstate Commerce commission
to issue books of not less than 1,000 ,
miles at this reduction from the
"Roosevelt Coin" Proposed
In Bill Introduced in House)
Washington, April 27. Coinage
of a 2 1-2 cent piece, bearing the
likeness of Theodore Roosevelt, with
the date of his birth and death, is
provided for in a bill introduced in
the house today. Its limit as legal
tender would be 40 cents. ,
Vote on Dyer Bill Delayed.
- Washington, April 27. The Dyer
bill to permit federal incorporation
of American business concerns en
gaged in China trade, and to exempt
them from corporation and excess
profits taxation, was discussed for
six hours in the house today, but th
final vot; was put over unti tomor-
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