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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
CARR Mr. Mary, May 4, aged 7- years,
at a local hospital. Services from Hoff
man funeral Horn, Saturday at 8:30
a. m., to Sr. .Vr-M.a'n rliurrli at a. nr.
Interment Holy Srpulrher cemetery. I if.
c eased la aurvlvetl hy ono sister, Mrn,
Anna Callahan, Uancroft (XebJ papers
SANPEUHOIaM Charles ., wared 13
jonrj, 4 month), 27 days. .May 3, l!KM.
Funeral 8a t unlay aftrrnnon nL 5
r'clrtL'l from family reMdpni'. H'-S N.
SOtli M , to flwerhah MifM-ictn rhuPl., Ctl f
and Pavenport 8ts., at 2:30 p. m. In
terment In Forest I.uwn vemotery.
""STACK & FALCONER
'riTo 'AMBULANCE .
Thirty-third and Farnam.
""HULSE & RIEPEN
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
701 Bouth lthSt. DougUa 13fS
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Phone H. 266. Office 5611 Farnam,
FOR AMBULANCK call South 680. Ksrl.ko
Funeral Home. 2Id Mid O Sts.
LEE L. LARMON
1114 DouKlaa St. Douglas 8244.
L. Henderson. HIS Knrnaiii. pouglaa ljMs.
j"oHN1ThT1804 Farnam. D. 1MI.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
William and Mary Schwce. 6:24 Bouth
Twenty-first street, girl.
Homer and Itegliia Banner, 6016 South
Seventeenth street, boy.
George and raullno Fink, 1310 South
Twenty-eighth slreet. girl.
Edward and Elizabeth Ttoberts, 3480
South Sixteenth, street, girl.
If. Lyler and Anna Johnson, 4732 North
Fortieth avenue, boy.
John and I.aura Pordeu. hospital, girl.
Edward and Genevieve Metiulllan, 2501
Franklin street, boy.
Peter and Ethel Nelson, 3130 Toung
Nelson Smith. 8, hospital.
Alberta J. Slachotka, 1, 3519 South
Mr. Ann Fosslcr, 62, hospital.
Frank Seward. 31, hospital.
Merton O. lleadley, 47. 2890 Mary street.
Babv Markshury, infant, hospital.
Patrick C. Caldwell. 07, 5220 .South Thirty-sixth
F.lmyea Bpaun, 65, 2554 St. Marys ave
nue. Sirs. Minnie Maekey. 34,. hospital.
Margaret Brlghtenberg, Infant, hospital.
Oertrude Dlsher, 33, hospital.
Elsie Gross. 24. hospital.
Catherine Walker, 2. hospital,
tleorge Andrew Stanley, 62, 816 North
' MARRIAGE LICENSES.
1 The following couple have been issued
licenses to wed:
Charles F. Mock, 41. Omaha, and Bessie
McPherson, 34. Omaha.
Edward I.. O'Shea. 28, Petersburg. Neb.,
and Zaifla Pollock, 24. Scottsbluff. Neb.
Melvln II. Hass. 29. Omaha, and Mary
K. Flthian. 25. Omaha.
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
J'OR ARTICLES LOST on street care tele-
phone Tyler oo. we are anxious io i
store lost articles to rightful owners.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. KY.
Lost Black leather music' folder contain
ing music. Bartlett Quigley, Radium
hospital, 34th Farnam. Reward.
GRAY Persian cat, near 381h Ave. and
Harney. Harney Slip.
LOST envelope with mortgage and other
papers. "Wal. 237.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial horns
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
inagaaines. We collect. We distribute
Phone Dou. 41S5 and our wagon will
call. CaB and Inspect our, new borne.
1110-1112-1114 Podg St
I WILL give here or in your home eleu
tronette or violet ray treatment, also
massage. Doug. 6841.
BAY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
ft RWOBODA. 141S FARNAM STREET.
Swedish massage, massuese.209 S.20.D.5877.
WEAVING, old rugs remade. Tyler 1433
RENT Hoover Yacuum. It up. Wal. 1947.
MASSAGE 210 North Sevetiteeht St.
ACCORDION. sld?. knife, sunburst, bo.t
pleating, covered buttons, sll sizes sod
styles; hemstitching, plcjt edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co.. 308
Brown Blk. Douglas 1S36,
Neb. Pleating A Button Co.. lSUo Farnam
St.. 2d floor. Douglas 6670!
I DO sll kinds remodeling, repairing. Bee
my book of plans ot bungalows aud
garages. Alvin Dickson. So. 7I4.
TVEJ rsmodel your furs snd make them
like new. Furs stored snd Insured
against all losses.
KNRETEK ALASKA FUR CO.,
503 8. 15th. Doug. 7288.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Railway
, . Ex. Bldg. Dong. 2066. Night Col. 1812.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In sll cases. Tyler 1136.
LKARN TO DANCE RIGHT.
Fancy. Stage and Ballroom
Lesson by Appointment.
EMPRESS RUSTIC GARDEN.
Empress Theater. Tyle 6445.
KEEP'S HOTEL ROME
LET KEEP'S teach you ta dance. Spe
cial attention to children. Satisfaction
assured. Dg. 2681.
TJir School tor Dancing. 2421
XVcl-A lilt? Farnam. Doug. 750.
Painting and Paperhanging.
DAVIS CO. First-class paintinsr. rP"
hanging: work guaranteed. Tyier 099.'.
INTERIOR varnishing, enameling, floors
waxed, wall paper cieanea. wainui
FIRST-CLASS paper hanging and paint
ing: Harrsy A. Clapp. Pouglaa 4909.
PAINTING, paperhanging snd wallpaper
cleaning. J. .au. vvainut at.
J vV. MARTIN, patent sttyM t71 Dodge.
DIAMONDS?;. pw.'h T,,SK
to buy back- at smsll profit. GROSS
JEWELRY .CO. 403 N. 16th SC. Doug
37th and Martha Sts., Omaha. Neb.
Brass, bronse. aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
J'i.000 GIANT PANSIES Come see them:
other flowers and vegetable plants. Col.
$999. A, D. Ferguson. BOth and Ames.
PAX TON HOTEL TURKISH 3ATH.
Massage, hot packs.
CONCANNON BROS.. TYLER 1731.
THEATRICAL costumes for amateurs the
atricals, etc.. to rent st Theo. Lleben
Son. 1518 Howard St.. Omaha.
HAULING sll kinds. 12 per hour. Orders
taken b'sek dirt and fertilizer, ashes
ana ruDoien namen. o.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rtalto Drue Store. 15th
and Douglss 9ts.. Omaha. Neb.
FILMS developed: printing and enlarging,
vrrito for prices. The Ensign Cn .107
MW and rebuilt elevtricsl apparatus.
H Omaha Towel Surrly.:CTlTtnTr52 i
f I KIN) IT PAbT THI'b
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Miscellaneous Announcements. j
WRITE me If annoyed by the Pocket j
liopher, O. P. Wyland. Harlan, la. j
Furniture and Household Goods.
BIG AUCTION SALE
Furniture and Household
Goods , I
1507-9 Capitol Avenue,
Half Blk. East of P. 0.
Undoubtedly tho largest an lea that
wo have liart in our new location. We
have furniture conelgnetl to us by Mr.
H. B. Kaynolds. C. A. Johnson, from
th imaha Van Co., furnitut from
Mm. AS. U. Hagar, J. V, Doujchprty,
Mrs. Anderson, P. Lohr and others
Thern Is furniturn of cvwy kind and
quality and la now on display in r,ur
Mr ainUlou house. Y are open from
R a. in. to 6 p. in. Come in and se
what jou are buying, Ulad to have
Salt's ach day, Friday and Saturday,
at I p. m.
Frank B. Stephenson,
Our phone number is Atlantic B205.
RAILWAY salvnso furniture at low prices.
New 45-puund cotton mattress, $C,
t'tilna, dishes, cut glass and antiques,
mirrors, linens, ttoro fixtures, etc. I'l.
Vaks, 2610 N h;t., So. umaha. So. 2370.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattresses mad
over in new ticks at half theprice of
new beds. 1:07 Cuming. Doug. 2467.
FORnRXcVllfNllE AM-t'ast combTiiaTlon
round oak range for small cabinet gas
range. Walnut 2099.
FOR SALE K perfect 48-Inch waxecT-
oak; round dining room table, 420. Col
KITCHEN range for sale. Walnut 5842.
BABY cab for sale. Pouglaa 8860.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
IF YOU are looking for a real piano
bargain it will pay you to see the fol
lowing pianos before you buy:
Mahogany case, CThiekering & Sons.
"Walnut case. Kinpsbury.
Oak case, 'Kimball.
Oak case, Hamilton player piano.
Mahogany case, Adams Suhaaf player
All In flist-class condition and fuNy
guaranteed. VK. SOUS, Chas. H.
Thatcher. 1419 Dodge.
GEORGE A. SMITH Dealer In drums.
xylophones, etc., 'Instructions, repairing.
Address 2701 Davenport St. for catalog.
IMione Harney 2907. Try Smith's pedal.
BIGGEST phonograph bargains in Omaha.
Milaea Fiionograjn Co.. 1404 uooge.
Typewriters and Supplies.
All MAKES, bought sold, rented snd
repaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
, Get our prices before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
FOR SALE Used Corona, perfect condi
tion, 137.60. Jackson 3254. W
PROTKOTOGRAPHS. F. at K.'a; oargains.
l is s'arnam uiag.
1-TON Fairbanks No. 4 standard
scale, Si3',4 foot platform, also
28-Inch Buffalo Forge Co. exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17th and Farnam Sts. Phone Tyler
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts.
15th snd Marnev. Di.oglas 1971.
WE are moving to 24th end Burdette Sts.
after May 1. Kindling delivered as
usual. Micklln Lumber and Wrecking
Co., Web. 0459.
WE buy, sell safes, make desks, show
cases, etc Oms.ha Fixture & Supply Co.
S. W. Cor. ll'.h and Douglas. D. 2724.
Q A V 17 Q BARGAINS, ltth & Farnam.
OAr CjO j. j. Parlght Safe Co.
FULL dress auits and tuxedos for rent,
109 N. 16th St. John Feldman. D. "128.
FOR SALE Oak desk 6 foot table type
writer, etc. 412' Karbach Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks', used desks bought, sold snd
traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. D. I14.
WE AIM TO PAY FULL VALUE FOR
FVRN1TURB. RUGS, ICEBOXES, AT
. WANTED SITUATIONS.
YOUNG man willing worker wishes start
with some firm. Box 0-67 Bee.
YOUNG woman, university graduate,
teacher of English and languages, is
open for engagement for the summer, as
tutor or companion for one or two chil
dren, either to remain in the city or
to travel. Box 0-K9. Bee.
Watch the Domestio column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are slways
advertised. Don't miss them.
HOUSEKEEPING by young widow with
little girl in respected home. Aver
tiser is of good character. Write ju-it
what you have. Box L'Sl. Oakttale, Neb.
Laundry and Day Work.
EXPERIENCED woman wants day work.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Experienced telephone Bwitch
board wiremen for 'permanent employ
ment In our Fort Dodge. Ia.. factory.
State experience. Give refereuces.
Monarch Telephone Mfg. company.
WANTED Printer , permanent. open
shop. Mitchell Daily Republican,
lyttchsll. s. I.
WANTED One first class granite ietterer
at once, apply B. C Starlin, Miasouri
OMAHA EMPLOYMENT BUREAL.
121 N. 16th St. Phone Douglas 1112.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGS.
110 So. ,14th. Writs for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
SALESMAN for Omaha, Council Bluffs
and adjacent territory by pharmaceuti
cal house with well established trade In
this territory.. The house is one of the
largest and best known In their line.
Give age, exprience snd references In
first letter. Address Box Y-1517, Oma-
ha Bee. -
WANTED Two young men as salesmen;'
experience unnecessary ; salary. Room
27. Merchants hotel.
WANTED Two experienced (t-hv men;
tig n'.ony 10 tikiu mcu, u. ji, t-Oipcr,
T-r-rn m 1
t III III 9S. V
Salesmen and Solicitors.
One of the most successful tiro manu
facturers in America has an immediate
opening for a salesman af lilKh caliber
and real ability. Our proposition scll-j
Hself. The heat tire in the country ami
a proposition that insures success t.t
dealers and distributers. The man v:j
want must be an experienced tire sales
man. Ho must have a real record. H
must have the personality am! nbllitv
to sell the best tiro dealers In every
community. Wire or write, giving full
details relative to your experience, age
snd salary required. S. L. Blood, Sales
Manager, The Dayton Rubber Mfg. Co.,
EXPERIENCED truck salesman; good
proposition to the right man.
Omaha Auto Sales,
SALESMAN wanted by reputable firm;
salary $40 per week with liberal bonus;
call st 9 and 11 n. m. or 1 p. m.
Hawaiian. School of Muaic 420 Paxton
WANTED Salesman experienced in sell
ing patent medicines. A chance to get
an interest in established business. A
wonderful opportunity. Park Chemical
Co., Ottumwa, la.
Teamsters and Chauffeurs.
WANTED Brown taxical, drivers. 50
cash bond required. Omaha Taxlcab
& Transfer Co., 27th Ave and Harney.
LEARN telegraphy in three months!
Work for hoard while attending. Tui
tion reasonable.' Position secured. Rail
road wire ftr practice. Catalog free.
Address Hnyics College, Boyks llldg.,
WANTED 1.000 men to wear Uncle Sain
shoes at $2.90 pair. Mid-West Harness
Co., 706 N. 16th.
WANTED An experienced car washer to
work nights. PumlPe Garage. 401S Dodge.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Household and Domestic.
Watch the Domestio Column ot The
Bee Want Ads. Good, well-paid end
homelike places always advertised.
COMPETENT white maid for general
housework, 3 in family, best wages,
references. Mrs. W. S. Weston, 303 So.
61st St. Walnut 0278.
WANTED A white girl for house work;
small family: good wages. 3504 Wool.
worth Ave. Har. 0633. Mrs. G. 11. Pratt.
WANTED at once girl to do general
. housework. Phone Market 4300 No. C
or apply No. 0. Ft. Crook.
LADIES wanted who can do art work at
home spare time, experience unneces
sary, good pay. Call forenoons. Room 30,
Douglas Block, opposite Hayden's.
RESTAURANT at Staplcton, Neb., end
of tho U. P. road. 100 miles northwest
of Kearney. Buildings, stock and fur
niture for sale. M. J. Snyder, Staple
ton, Neb. .
EVERYTHING for the tire repair man;
used, new equipment, tools, repair ma
terial. Vulcauizers Supply Co., 2912
SAFE, sound and good paying Investment
in established Omaha business. Good
reason for selling. Bx.' X-50 Omaha Bee,
TO GET In or out of business, see LEWIS
Co.. 411 McCague Bldg
Male and Female.
WANT rtJ Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Trl-CHy Barber College.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL. ,
Complete courses In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short
hand and typewriting, railroad and wir
less telegraphy, civil aervlce and all
English and commercial,. branches. Write,
call or phone s?ougla1J565 for large
Illustrated catalog. Address
Boyles Bldg.. Omaha. b.
Van Sant School of Business.
Dsy and Evening Schools.
.231 OmahaT National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARB YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS?
Or have you planned on making a
change, which will be more convenient
for. you? If ao, then call The Bee .Vant
Ad Dept.. Tyler 1000, and wo will ot
only furnish you with a complete -oom
list 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 ebsolutely
free of charge to all readers and adver
tisers of The Omaha Bee and published
solely for their convenience and benefit.
Call any time. Tyler 1000. Want Ad
LARGE, clean, attractive front room
overlooking Hanscom park: plenty of
hot water: Modern: private home; on
car line: close in. Harney 7378.
EEAUTIFUL room, furnished in walnut,
strictly modern, home privMeges, car
line. Colfax 145S.
TWO desirable furnished rooms. Near
16th and Locust. Modern home. Web.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL Clean room with
bath, 32.60 week and up. 2310 M St.
NICE large bedroom, very desirable loca
tion. Newly- decorated. Harney 7169.
LOVELY room with board for two in
modern Dundee home. Walnut 622.
420 S. 26TH. two nice sleeping rooms,
close in, reasonable. Atlantic 4787.'
ROOM in private home, on car line;
breakfast if desired. Harney 6630.
FURNISHED room for colored. 2614 Sew
ard. Call Webster 1897.
MODERN sleeping room. Douglas 9083.
Mod. room, private, hoi water. D. 7442.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST C-F MOUSE
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
614 S. 29th. 2-ROOM apt. clean and cozy,
gas range. Ice box, running watrcr,
everything furnished complete for
2960 HARNEY 3 or 3 rooms and kitch
enette; large front rooms facing south;
beautifully furnished and newly deco
rated. Call evenings, Harney 7169.
keeping, on ground floor, with water.
Har. 1282. Call mornings or evenings.
MODERN, furnished room and kitchen
ette in nice home. Walking distance.
2566 DOUGLAS, 2 large rooms, 1 room and
kitchenette, running water. HaV. 6868.
318 8. 26TH Light housekeeping rooms;
reasonable. Harney 122';.
Fur. bkpg. rooms, reasonable. Web. "::
Board and Rooms.
and room. Uarnty 1- i 1.
V. S. Patent Office
FOR RE MT ROOMS.
Board and Rooms.
FOR CHOICE BOARD AND nil. WATCH
THE WKE WANT APS, AND IF YOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT YOU WAN" IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL TY. :n
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COM PI, ET 3
LIST OK ROOM
WALKING distance, clean, desirable
rooms with board; modern, private,
home ; excellent location; near 27th and
California; reasonable. Pouglas 9094.
EXCELLENT board and room, private
home, walking distance, 2883 Capitol
FURNISHED room with board; two in
family; men preferred. Colfax 1363.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Five room a and hath, all modern,
nicely furnished, paved street and car
lino, 2210 Ames Ave. $60,00. Adults
only. Good rferenco required.
P. J. Tebbens Co.,
(105 Omaha Nat. Bit. Phone P. 2182.
6-HOOM house for rent at 3129 S. 18th.
Phone Tyler 4117.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
THREE rooms and bath, completely fur
nished; west; fine proposition, and walk
ing distance; $75 to good party. Doug
3-ROOJI APT. for light housekeeping;
close to University hospital. WA 0265.
BUSINESS girl to share small furnished
apt.; walking distance. Harney 2182.
4-ROOM, well ventilated, apartment,
$47.50. .lanitor service. Web. 4945.
in Portland Apartments Park Ave. and
Leavenworth Street. Pick out your own
paper if taken today. Rent only $90.
Payne & Car.naby Co.,
"Omaha's Rental Men."
616 Omaha Nat l Bldg. Jackson 1016.
216 SOUTH 25TH AVE.
Splendid close-in flat, strictly mod
ern; 4 bedrooms: immediate possession.
Payne & Carnaby Co., .
"Omaha's P.enlal Men."
616 Omaha Xat'l Bldg. Jackson 1016.
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
For rent, 7-room apartment on South
GEORGE & CO.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists in apartment management.
UNFURNISHED first floor apartment; pri
vate entrance, porch. Adults only. Red
1721, Council Bluffs.
FOR RENT Business Property.
SEE F. D. WEAIX 310 S. 18TH ST.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED Small warehouse, 8.000 to
10,000 square feet floor space, short
term lease. Atlantic 3tiu.
--i7Tto Avn CTncTrr-3 USED CARS bought, sold and exchanged.
MOVING AND STQRAUfc.. Trawver Auto Co.. 2210 Farnam St.
MOVE IT YOUKSKLF. $350 for good Reo 6 Touring, best run
Do you busy people know es- ning order. Atlantic 1500. I
peciallv those who have to put , TTr ; T- ;
in a full day's worK-,that you $28i for Chevrolet touring, very fine order, ,
can rent a one-ton Ford truck late 1919. AValnut 5544.
and Drive It Yourself night or 4rccnri
day and do all your trucking or Accessories.
moving. Handle your own stuff FORD owners at last a real transmission
and cut your cost half in two. Dan(li fiveryready satisfies, $1.60 a set
We never close. witb. rivets, postpaid or at your dealer.
TiriVP If YmirSPlT IjO Wilder-Miller Co., 18th and Webster
Tm Tfowlrd. 1 Do! glas1 !' """'
FIDELITY irfvAv ' CO. : financial.
storage moving, packing Real Estate Loans.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS. , , , . ,
RFASONABI E RATES " have cash on hand to loan on Omaha
FREE RENTAL SERVICE. " residences.
COMPLETE LIST OF E- ViV. Vi'mL "
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. 5J8 Keeline Bldg.
1107-11 Howard St. Jackson 0288. OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE. ,,. S?,'KEKF 5?A&,?STAT?,,,?,0, 71 K !
Separate locked rooms for household 1011 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2716.
goods and pianos, moving, packing; and FARM LOANS closed promptly, best rates
shipping. and terms. PAUL PETERSON, 33
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.. Douglas Block, Omaha.
06 South lth PL- " $foo to $10,000 made promptly.
METROPOLITAN F. P. WEAD. Wead Bldg.. 310 S. 18th St,
VAN and STORAGE CO. ""real estate wanted.-
Owned bv H. R. Bowen Co. Tyler 140 To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
"UNION TRANSFER CO. . FOWLER & M'DONALD
Jf.t$V?&&?F&i: 1120 City Nat: Bk. Bldg.. Douglas 1426,
i LIST homes and income property with
""HORSES AND VEHICLES. GRUENIG REALTY CO.,
For Sale. 1418 1st Nat. Bk. " Doug. 1160.
FOR SALE at 1512, 14 Burt St. One 2- WE SPECIALIZE IN nvtiUKK HOMES
seated buggy, 1 cart, 1 old phaeton, 1 C H. OlUHl tJ.,
saddle and bridle, 1 single harnesa. City Nat'l Bldg. Douglas 3787.
ONE covered wagon, horse and harness; HAVE inquiries for homes do you want
cheap it taken at once. Call DO 6320 to sell your property? List It with
during business hours. . C. A. Grlmmel, Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
NICE driving mare, harness, rubber tired PTT? TtTTrTT REAL ESTATE":
buggv $125. Doug. 6935. 1903 Vinton. XJAAVAV J-J X X Sells. Rents, Insures
Wagons, Col. 10C5. A. Johnson, Benson, 350 reterjTro;tBiag. Doug, 0033
- P. J. TEBBENS PnsAandERlntIl
I'OULTRY AND PET STOCK. 605 Omaha Nat'l BH. B'dg. Douglas 2182
tThJrIJuGHBRED baby chicks, $1.80 to T?,91i,RlllbJrIe Vf? J"!
$4.25 per dozen, 15 varieties ot highest M CAGUE INVESTMENT CO..
quality. Special sale. 1608 Podge St. Douglas 1I4S.
. NATIONAL CHICK CO. LISTINGS WANTED "
We Deliver Phone Doug. 8300. Western riejLjJM.to.. 411 KartaJ.
ffifg REAL ESTATE-UNIMPROVED.
to 18c. according to age. National Chick VACANT lot In Minne Lusa, at bargain,
Co.. .18 N. 16th hi. ; by owner. Box Q-94. Bee.
WHEAT screenings, $1.50 per 100, deliv'd. ,
A. W. Wagner, 801 N. 16th. Dg. 1142. REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
live stck: . Do you Believe In
TWO fresn milch cows for sale. Call
pougias 1309 after 6 o'clock. gt Marys Avenue?
TWO registered bullB. Colfax 1688. 1708-10 Jackson Street, brick building:
FRESH cow and calf. Tyier 3257. lot. 60x132; paved alley;, $2,900 gross
1 . rental. See us for price and terms.
EARMLANDS; GLOVER & SPAIN,
For Rent realtors.
. 918 City Nat'l. Douglas 2850.
' FOR RENT. . : : .
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
Tu'PTltV AfTeS SiX-ROOm TO EXCHANGE Somo cash and clear,
AWeill -n.LI.CO UJA. IVWUIII beautflI, m0ll!Tn 6.r0om bungalow; 2
rooms in oak; 2H blocks from 2 car
Ueiiisp lines; In Walnut Hill, for 6 or 7-room,
HUUOCi good, modorn. 2-story house near car
line on West Side. Address Box Y-1519,
Omaha Bee. ,
Good barn, chicken house, fins : -
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
concrete cave, lots of fruit; two .
and one-half miles north of Flor- r : ; 7. .. , .-
4-R.M. cottage, lot 70x132, electrio ltcht,
snce; possession at once; now good well, fruit, etc.; price $2,250. small
payments: possession May lu; no col
vacant ored. Nethaway. Kenwood 14t9.
J 7-RM. res., all mod.; 3 large lots 132x360;
T. T-Tlflff f!flin I V!J Yl V all kinds bearing fruit except peaches;
. lXiatb VUUipatl , beau vie-. luRl iocation and home; no
colored. Price $7,800. Kenwood 1409.
BETTER VALUES Nethaway. Flor. prop., no col. Ken. 1409
Hlatt Bldg.. 1314-16 Douglas. '
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Tyler 0063." -
, ; ' West.
Nebraska Lands. Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
160 ACRES all level. M a.;rfs under cult l- JOHN T. BOHAN.
vatioti, mil. s fnm. Pit Sprlnss Neb. PaKXan Blk. ' rhnnB Tylr 4880.
Uorth 8.., i-fi- acre, will s'-ll for 86:' f.tt. .
ll.imn ftsh down. , F, Ft. llcppock, Ful- NEW 6-roem modem licuc-e. U. Fischer,
Urtoa, Neb. .' i lvi. IWi,
SEE JIGGS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
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1921 by Intx FEATune SERvice. Inc.
FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE.
115 acres Iowa farm, 5 miles northeast
of Council Bluffs, cast of Lincoln Higli
wsy. 80 acres In cultivation, good 5
room bouse. Will sell on easy terms
snd will accept Omnlia or Council
Bluffs property ns down payment.
1HY A MAYNE.
Council Bluffs, 34 Pearl St. Tel. 101,
Omaha, 605 Keoline Bldg.
160 ACRES and stock, 38,000. Equity
Lsnd Exchange. St. Paul. Minn. '
Farm, 320 Acres, Only
In prosperous community, convenient
tovn markets; splendid hunting ftnd
fishing: big free bluegrass Btock range;
level inachino-worked lime soil tillage,
cuts l1 tons hay acre, grows good al
falfa crops; bountifully watered By
springs and creeks; abundance wood and
timber: SO apple, plum and pear trees:
attractive cottage overlooking beautiful
river; 10-eow barn, etc.; owner unable
occupy makes low price $4,000 and In
cludes team horses, hogs, etc.; part
cash, easy terms. Details page 83, II
lus. Catalog, 1,100 bargains, froe. Strout
Farm Agency, 831 B. F.. New York
Life Bldg., Kansas City. Mo.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
Used Car Department.
Cadillac 55 Touring
Cadillac 65 Sedan
Cadillac 57 Phaeton
Cadillac 57 Touring
Packard 6-Cyl. Touring
, Buiclc Roadster
A SAFE .PLACE TO BLT
J. H. Hansen Cadillac Co.,
Farnam at 2$th.
' Harney 0710.
SOME bargains lu used Ford cars. Mc
Caffiey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, 15th and Jackson,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
New 5-Room Bungalow
An exceptionally fin 5 -room, .
strictly modern bungalow; oak
throughout ; nicely decorated ;
Kuod basement attic; now vacant;
possession at once. Me can sell
this on a small cash, pay men'.,
balance same as rent.
J. L. HIATT COMPANY,
Owner leaving city, must sell
this fine residence located on 41st
S t. . H hloclc from lHindec car. I
block from 40th and Cuming car.
This house is excellently arranged,
having 4 fine bedrooms and larga
sleeping porch on second floor. -Z
rooms finished, on 3d; two baths,
hot water heat, two fireplaces; all
wall3 canvascd and decorated in
oil. Large lot, garage, paved al
ly and strcpts. nil paid for. Thia
house la a BARGAIN, 114.500. Pp
us at once and' let us show you
D. V. Sholes Co.,
Douglas 0046. 915-17 Cily Nat'l.
Fine Seven-Room House,
This oast front 2-story stucco,
commanding" beautiful view of the
city, built by the present owner;
quarter-sawed white oak floors
and finish downstairs; den, built
in cabinets in kitchen; three bed
rooms and tiled bath on second
floor. Marvel hot air furnace,
Kuud heater; laundry room with
plastered ceiling. Lot, 75x121
feet. Located at 348 N. 37th.
street. Trice reasonable.
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
630 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Jackson 4223.
Up-to-the-minute houses in
Omaha's exclusive buifgalow sec
tion. Paved streets, close to car
and bordering: on Elm wood park.
Five and six rooms, excellent ar
rangements, ' superior workman,
ship and construction. A few
completed, others building. Prices
$6,750 to $8,750. For further in
formation call Grant Benson,
Benson & Carmichael,
642 Paxton Block. Tyler 3640.
Evenings Walnut 1580.
West Farnam District
This seven-room house at 3611
Jones St., has large living room,
dining room and splendid kitchen
downstairs and four dandy bed
rooms and bath upstairs. House
about 3 0 years old, splendid con
struction. Can be sold on very
Payne & Carnaby Co.,
"25 Tears' Realtor Service."
1S Omaha Nat'l Bldg. Jackson 1016.
Modern six-room home all on
one floor; three blocks to car.
Alfred Thomas & Son,
004 First National Bank Bldg.
Near 43d and Mayberry, 8
rooms, living room, dining room,
sun room, den, kitchen on first
floor. Three bedrooms and sleep
ing porch and bath on second
floor. ' Lot 43X108. Price $8,
000.00. E. H. Benner Co.
D. 8406 Realtors. 437 Railway Ex.
6-R. ilOD. ;- oak finish, fireplace; east
front; garage. Close in, near park and
carline. $5,750. Must have $1,250 cash.
Miller Park District
25th and Crown Point
5-room strict! modern bunga
low, nil on one floor; built-in
bookcases, built-in buffet; combi
nation bedroom and sunroom;
full cement basement, furnace
heat; large attic, all plastered for
2 rooms, partly finished, making
7 rooms if you need it; garage
and drive; paved street; one block
to car; one block to Miller park;
close to Miller Park school; $7,000.
Payne Investment Co.,
637 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
CONFECTIONERY. Two-story bldg.. near 3Cth and Ames.
Doing fine business. Six-room, modern
flat, 3d floor: S-room, modern flat and
store room, first. Fine small stock of
groceries and bakery goods. Must sell
on account of ill health. tVlll consider
a small residence as part payment, or
sell on terms.
R. V. BARRETT, Colfax 18C7.
MINNA l.USSA BUNGALOW; six large
rooms and bath, oak finish, large fire
place, bookcases, buffot. bedrooms, fin
ished in white enamel with oak floors:
stair to attic, full basement, furnace
heat: cast front corner lot. Present
owner built this house nbout two years
ago for a home: a real pickup st
$9,000; about $2,500 cash. ,
RASP BROS., 213 Keeline Bldg. AT. 0721.
5 Rooms, $2,700.
Fruit, chickens, garden. Owner leav
ing city. Must sacrifice, $700 cash,
bal. $20 per mo. Near 4Sd and Brown,
2 Mocks to car and scliool.
R. W. BARRETT. Colfax 1867.
XS.750 $500 Cash.
Four-room, cony bungalow. Just com
pleted. Full basement and paved street.
Two blodks north Krug park. Move
R. W. BARRETT. Colfax 188,.
8-room strictly modern, dsndy loca
tion, small payment down, balance like
rent. E. M. Davis, ioju urani
j Weber 2420. ;
; T-Tt MODERN; oak finish ; fireplace:
. i... Qnn.. "t-'sna iTRO
j garage. i.h'k iu. . v ,
can to nanru. .i-.ihihi. .-
HOUSES f"r 'Olo:ed. small pa.woent down.
TMvts r.'"n OlSi'l SI. Weh.ter 24J"
b. E. BUCK i co. buy and sell Homes.
ii..ev I "
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Drawn for The Bee by McManulJrl0 TrIrt Vtfrv
Copyright. 1921 -International Nes Service I X 1 tllll 1 tvl T
WILL YOU hUT
NE. WITH YOUR
CE. "bURe I'lM
Chamber of Commerce
Planning Its Annual
Frolic and Barbecue
Plans for tlu annual frolic and
liuihccue of the Chamber of Com
merce are under way.
Date of tho festival has been set
for June 4 at Elmwood park.
Fully 5,000 are expected to attend.
Doc Fryc, who has presided for
years over these events, will be chef.
Charles Gardner, song leader of Ak-r.r-Ben
fame, will be present to lend
his voice in cheering- up the cooks.
Others who are interested in plan
ning the affair are: G. M. Horton,
W. J. Cully, II. F. Chenowcth, J. M.
Gillan, Charles .Stcinbaugh, C. L.
Sykcs, R. E. Langdon, E. V. Gwynn
V'aughn, G. P. Horn and if. A. Tan
cock. Omaha Camps Win Prizes
At Woodmen Competition
Lincoln. Mav 5. (Special.)
Omaha Camp o. 120 drill team
walked away with the $75 first prize
at the competitive drill pageant
staged here at the closing of the big
Woodmen encampment.. South
Omaha Camp .Xo. 1095 won the sec
ond prize of .$50.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
8 rooms strictly modern, large lot.
small payment down, balance like rent.
Call Webster 0923.
8306 FOWLER AVE., 7 rms.. mod. ex ht.;
2 lots, chicken house, fruit trees. $700
cash, bal, mo. Crelgh, 608 Bee. D. 0200.
MINNE LUSA homes and lots offer Iks
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
J. B. ROBINSON, real estate and Invest'
metit. 642 Peters Trust. Doug. 80M.
Five-Room Modern House
3405 South 34th St.
New five-room modern home, with
up-to-date built-in features, such as
built-in bdokcases. buffet, cupboards
and Ice box room. The house is lo
cated on corner lot with paved streets;
C. G. Carlberg,
I Pougias O.'sj. 312 Brandeis Th. Bldg.
On Fierce Street, five rooms
with city water, electric lights,
large lot fenced, with nice shade
trees, some outbulltings.
Amos Grant Company,
Douglas 83S0. 3S0-2-4 Brand. Th. Bldg.
$300 DOWN will buy new modern 4-room
home. Hot water heat. $3,600, balance
only $32.60 per month. Atlantic 3623.
Near Dundee, practicable for garden
ing or keeping f-jw cows; 4-room house,
barn, etc.; rent $30 per month.
GEORGE & CO.
Strictly Modern Homes
7 rooms: full 2-story: first floor :
has 3 large rooms and hall; oak
finish and floors; 3 beds-corns, en
closed sleeping poach and bath on
second; full cemented basemen'.;
newly painted: splendid condition.
Price $7,500; $4,000 cash required.
4359 Hamilton St.
6 rooms and sunroom; splendid
construction; first floor has S
rooms and sunroom: oak floors and
finish throughout; 3 bedrooms end
bath finished in white, with oak
floors. See this today; $1,500 cash
2316 South 35th Ave.
6 rooms, all modern; oak floors
and finish in living room aSid
dining room: 2 nice bedrooms with
maple floors: bath and kitchen:
large east front lot; $5,500; $2,500
Corner 38th and Charles.
5 rooms; brand new; just being
completed; living room and dining
room have oak floors and finish;
2 nice east bedrooms with white
enameled bath; kitchen has built
in cabinets; full cement basement:
both streets paved; $5,750; $1,500
Payne & Carnaby Co.,
"25 Tears' Realtor Service."
618 Omaha Nat'l Bldg. Jackson lOlo.
E. H. Benner Co. to Build
200 FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOWS
$300 down, $48 monthly; Sf l.ono
down, $43 monthly. Plans at our of
fice. E. H. Benner Co.,
437 Railway Exchange. Tt. MH6.
YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS.,
For $450 cash you can buy this tive
room, all modern bungalow being built
now Name your choice of Interior mid
exterior finish If bought this week;f'nc
location. Call Mr. Cole. Walnut 432,
evenings, or Douglas 7412, days. .
SAVE and HAVE
If you are paying
rent you are NOT
If you are paying
for a home you
Buy your home on
Creigii, Sons & Co.
60S Bee Bldg. Doug. 0200
Dull. Says Agent
For Big Company,
Many Firms So Overstocked
They Will Not Buy for
Years; Demand Eutircly
For Fresh Skins.
The hide trade is extraordinarily
dull, and that is describing the situ
ation very mildly," said B. Deutsch
of Kansas City, representative of
F.lkin & Co. of Chicago, one of the
k.rgest handlers of hides in the
I'nited States, who visited the Omaha
stock yards yesterday.
"Demand for hides at this' time is
confined almost entirely to fresh
tncs, which are rather scarce at
present. The returns from coyntry
hides will hardly cover the expense
of transportation, on account of the
low market price.
"Many of the eastern tanneries
have stocks of hides in such large
quantities that they will not be in
the market for more for several
years, while other tanneries are
closed. Only about 30 per cent of
the tanneries are in operation. Only
a small fraction of the value of fin
ished leather is charged up to the
first cost of hides, such as used in
"Freight from feed lot to market,
from market to tannery, from tannery
to factory, from factory to jobber
and from jobber to retailer, all goes
to the cost of shoes. It is very "prob
able that shoe dealers are making
too large profits on the shoes that
ordinary people wear. , According to
experts who study costs, there is iw
pair of shoes made that should sell
at retaU at a cent more than $10, and
that is a pretty steep price for the
average man to pay.
"There is an enormous over-supply
of hides in the country, and some of
those hides will deteriorate so much
in the next two years that they will
have to be used for manufacturing of
A drove of steers numbering 250
was bought on the local market yes
terday by representatives of Wilson
& Co. for export to England. Since
the demand on the local market for
cattle for export, which started about
two months ago. over 1,000 head
have been bought here.
Fly From Lincoln for
University Day Here
Following their arrival in Omaha
bv airplane yesterday afternoon, Ira
Floniger and Edna' Dippell took a
continued flight over the city, viewed
the Xebraska university hospital and
returned to Ak-Sar-Ben field where
thev were grectd by friends.
The two flyers cama herc to spend
"University day" today.
Mr. Floniger was a lieutenant in
the aviation department of the army
and served overseas during the war.
Miss Dippell belongs to Delta
n . r jj i.. -r
weal vrraiiuuaugiiieT ui "HiF
J. Sterling Morton Dies
Caroline Morton, o, great-grana-daughter
of the late J. Sterling Mor
ton of Nebraska City, died yesterday
in Chicago of cancer, an unusual dis
ease for a child so young. "
Caroline was the daughter of
Sterling Morton, son of Joy Morton,
Chicago lawyer and capitalist.
The little girl was named for- her
grandmother, who was Carrie. Lake,
daughter of the late Judge George
B. Lake of Omaha, who died several
years ago. . Her father is a nephew
of Dr. F. W. Lake. 5010 Capitol
avenue, and of the Charles L. Deuel
family of Omaha.
Real Estate Transfers
Ralph JT. Brown snd wife lo Wil
liam 11. Warner and wife. 29th "
St., 273 ft. N. of Mason St., "W
S, 48.13x140 $10,800
Henry B. Payne and wife to Frank
lin Hawkins et al.. X. TV. cor.
ner 33d and Boyd Sts.. 4"xl28.. 3,150
The Byron Reed Co. to Minnie Dyer,
Cedar St., 282 ft. E. of 66th St.,
Louise Schoepflin to George P. Dur
nall, 33d St., 106 ft. N. of Jaynes
St.. K. side. 40x133 300
Charles B. Shufelt and wife to
George B. Shufelt, 25th St., 41 Vs
ft. S. of Saratoga St., W. side,
Mary Nowaczyk and husband to
Harry L. Buckles, TVoolworth
Ave., 50 ft. W. of 27th St., S.
side, 50x100 3,800
Alonzo C. Fleetwood and wife to
Carl Larsen and wife. Davenport
St., 112 ft. E. of 25th St., N. side,
Frank J. Kutak and wife to Joseph
TV. Kastl and wife, 12th St., 2S'i
ft. S. of Hickory St., E. side,
5014x150 '. 1,100
Batle Willis to M. Virginia Wcll
sie, Crown Point Ave., 125 ft. TV.
of 25th Ave., S. side. 45x120 4.005
Carl A. Johnson and wife to Louis
W". Eipperle, 44th Ave.. 288 ft. N.
of Pratt St., TV. side, 40x137 411
Margaret E. Adams to John L.
Tinim. 24th St., 122 ft. N. of
Sprague St., E. side. 37x124 4,250
Harry Reuben and .wife to Jacob
Rife, 16th St., 287U ft. S. of Wil
liam St., TV. side, 97x120 14,000
Christine Olsen to James Dowd and
wife, 23d St., 120 ft. S. of Mason
St.. E. side. 26x124.7 1,750
Stanley J. Green and wife to Jennie
E. Gorton, Emmet St., 174 ft.
TV. of 18th St.. S. side. 60x124.. 4,000
Katherlne Plnkerton et al. to Kath
erlne TVIllls, Bristol St., 645 tt.
W. of 24th St., S. side, 33x132.. 1,650
Dora B. Conslghy and husband to
Katherlne I'inkerton et al., 41st
St.. 188 ft S. of Dodge St., TV.
side, 46x125 4,500
Frank E. Gomber and wife to Wil
liam 41. Gember, Park Wild Ave.,
225 ft. S. of William St., E. 2
William II. Russell and wife to
Rosa T.. Abrahams, N. E. cor. 27th
and Seward Sts., 60x83 8,000
"William P. Campbell and wife to
Clarence C. Shaw and wife, 53.1
St., 100 ft. S. of Center St., TV.
side, 50X140 3,250
Fannie Gross and husband to Anna
Stern (und. H Interest). Chicago
St.. 108 ft, TV. of ,26th St., S.
Llby Abrams and husbapd to Er
nest Stern, Burdette St.. 180 ft. K.
of 25th St.. S. side, 28x126 1,$
TV. M. Ralnbolt and wife to Henry
Hammerly, X. TV. cor. ,30th and
Orover Sts.. 484x123.6 17$
Stanlslaw Tatars to Andrew Micek
and wife, 28th St.. 150 tt. S. of
F St., TV. eld. 60x150.... 1,121
Lisle G. Austin and wife to Barker
company, California St.. !0 ft.
TT. of 51st St.. X. S., 50x135.... $,$"(
John O. TVentworth and Wife to
Barker company. 49th AVe., 96
ft. N. of Burt St.. E. S., 47x70.. T.iOt
Beesle Blotcky to TVtlllam If. Gor
don. 4 ft. S. of Jackson St., E.
S.. 25x140 ;,6!
Barker company to Charles D. Pen
nlston. Nicholas St., 89 ft. TV. of
1 Oregon Trsil. S. S 47x120 854
, W aldo H, Rothert and wife to
' Amanda A. - Pillsbury, Fonlenelle
I nivd.. 450 ft. B. of Miami St., E.
I S 50x12$ ,., !.:?$
: Edward T. Heyden and wlfa to
Baker Ice Machine company, N.
TV. cor. 16th and Evans Sts., $0x
123 , 1 iJ
ratrlck H. Hammond and wife to
Bsker Ice Machine company.
Msnderson St., ion ft. TV. of
Sherman Ave,, N. 6, ti!0...... $00
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