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TFJ3 BEE: OMAHA, rKlUAY, MAY 27, 1921.
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DEATHS & FUNERAL NOTICES
llTN'KK Mrs. HaruHra. No. 2224 South
17th atreet. May !5, sued 5 yeare.
Funeral service! from residence Sat
urday morning at :30. to St. Wenc
Uua church, t a. m. Interment in fam
ily lot at St. Mary cemetery. Deceas
ed la survived ly three sons and four
dauehtera, Mra. Koe Seldl. Mr. Anna
McClary. Emm, Tlllle. Joseph, Ml
rhsel unit Kilward Hynek.
JARKHVHST Adeline, nued 64 yearn.
Wednesday a. m., at hor home. i'So!
Funeral Friday at 10 u. m. from
Brewers Funeral Home. 2tth and K
atreeta. Burial at Gracclund Park ceme-
flAUTTEH Genevieve, aged 52, paused
away May J 4 at ber residence, 312 S.
Funeral May 28 at 2:30 at her home.
Interment Forest Lawn.
JETEftSEN Walter, May I, 1!1. aged
23 yeare, I months and it days.
Funeral. Saturday, at 2:30 p. m,
from Johnson A Swansnn chapel. In
terment Springwell cemetery,
L STACK & FALCONER
Thirty-third and Farnam,
HUD3E & RIEPEN
PIONEER FUNKJ1AL DIRECTORS.
- 701 South 16th St. l,nlid
"HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertakers and Embainier.
Phone H. Ml. Office tCll Farnsm.
FOR AMBULANCE call Market oesoT
Korisko Funeral Home. 23d and qta.
LEE L. LARMON
1114 Douvlaa Bt. Douglas HI.
L. Hendernon. 1610 Farnam. Jackson 12SH.
JOHN BATH, 1104 Farnam. D. lit.
BIRTHS AND SIXTHS.
' Olln and Margaret Hicks, hospital, boy.
Sam and Rachel Bartlett, 2224 Wash
ington street, boy.
Frank and Julia Klser, 6717 South
Fifteenth street, hoy. ,
Albertus and Grace Scovtlle, hospital,
Jake and Tlllle Elklan, hospital, girl.
Sum and Bebecca Temin, hospital, girl.
.Tnaenh and Christine Sturua. 2)12 t
. gtreet, girl.
Ous and Josephine Johnson, Forty
Ighth and 2 afreets, boy.
John and Mary Teteracn. 6C14 South
Twenty-fourth street, boy '
Fred snd Kosaria Urato, 317 Williams
Dumllru and Mary Pop, 2807 R atreet,
Claud and Ethel Howell, 2209 Evans
, gtreet. girl.
Peter and Josephine Broe, 1705 Monroe
: gtreet, girl.
Everett and Margaret mice, hospital,
Frank and Nettle Rldgeway. hospital,
Raymond and Carrie Oorinly, hospital,
fiRroifl ana vieo varr, tdiv nnuiwm
Walter and Bertha Braymen. hospital,
Uftrev mnA flertruclA Wiaeman. husDital.
John Smith, 77, 30G? South Thirty
, U T.-. I Infant 1 fl "J i t
Carl C. Burnett, SS, tii South Thirty
Mary J. Slebbins, 14, (32 South Twenty
Lucina Register Wells, 6S, 113 North
Jiappy Jiuiiow uvuirsni
Absolom Waggoner, 73, hospital.
. Louis V. Vogel, CS, 2813 Woolworth
Edith M. Johnson. 48, hospital.
Rose White, 7 mouths, 627 South Seven
- teenth avenue.
Mary E. McBrlde, 76. 4912 Capitol
The following persons were Issued per
mits to wed:
Eugene Dohard, 23, Omaha, and Irene
Mills, IS, Omaha.
Charles J. Robertson, 43, Omaha, and
Mary V Thares, 32, Omaha.
Edward L. Knox, 23. Oakland. la., and
Ruth Robinson, 24, Oakland, la.
William R. Moran. 24. Omaha, and
Bridget Burnes, 29, Omaha.
Eddie Copsey, 21, Gretna. Neb., and
Ellen Merrill. 21, South Bend. Neb.
Fred J. Fejtferly, 30. Omaha, and
Opal Robertson. 21, Omaha.
LOST On Farnam car, or between 18th
. and Farnam and Burgesa-Nash store,
$3,000 United Klngilom 14 per cent
bonds and J1.000 Northern Pacfic-Oreat
Northern 4 per cent bonds. Reward for
return to Miss Rice, care of Peters
T)!amnnd bar rj'.n. threo larre-slec
diamonds sot around with about 3U
small ones. - Zo questions asked. Call
BROWN and white Boston bull pup, tap
ered ears: answers name of Tuck; last
seen at !th and Pewey following a
man: reward: no question! asked. C34
S. 36th St. Douglas 9353.
J TOR ARTICLES LO&T on street cars tele
phone Tyler 800. Wo are anxious to re
store lost articles to rightful owners.
OMAHA ft COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
WILL party ihi called Sun. about gold
foun. pen please call Harney 6J74.
A BUNDLE of thades. Party finding same
please call Webster 1S25. Reward,
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
eollclte your old (tlotblng. furniture,
magaslnes. We collect. We distribute
Phono Doug. 4116 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1114 Podgo St
AY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HKS8
8WOBODA. 1416 FARNAM STREET.
FLOORS revarnished, waxed, polished.
ELECTRIC baths and message. Web. 2911.
MASSAOE 210 North Seventeenth Street.
WEAVINO. old rugs remade. AT. 1433.
Swedish massage, massuese.209 S.20.D.5877
RENT Hoover vacuum. 11 .up. Wal. 1947.
MASSAGE. Call Doualaa 9.149.
MA88AQE treatments. 319 Neville Block
A.CCORIUON. eld, knife, eunburat- bo
pleating, covered buttons. aH sliea and
styles: hemstitching, plcjt edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button snd Pleating Co.. 201
iirewn lllK. jacason ljt.
Neb. Pleating di Button Co.. lSui Farnam
St,. 2d floor. Douglae 6070.
GARAQES -6100 and up: house remod
ellng; screen porches: new and repair
wora: aatisraruon guarantees. w,
Stephens. 4409 8. lid. Market 0527.
LEARN TO DANCE RIGHT.
Fancy, Stage and Ballroom
Lesson by Appointment.
EMPRESS RUSTIC GARDEN.
Empress Theater. Atlantic 6645.
KEEP'S HOTEL ROME
LET KEEP'S teach you to dance. Sna.
clal attention to children. Satisfaction
asaurea. int. jcsi.
'VTol-PirtO School for Dancing, 1424
AVCi-A 1LIC Farnam. Doug. 7M.
RELIABLE .''elective Bureau. Rsllwai
F.x. Blrta. .1A ri.,s. Nirht t'.'-I. -113.
JAMES ALLAN. 112 Neville Bik. Kvnt.uct
scuuran to. a:i esses, Atiantio n-s.
fATHETR- WILL YOU
TELL THE! MMO I
WANT TO bEE HER?
I've Eaten rinonc
FOR HER ALL r
WSJ remodel your fura and make them
like new. Furs stored and insured
against all losses.
UNKliTKK ALASKA Fl'R CO.,
201 8. 15th. Doug. 11(1.
Painting and Decorating.
LATHIN'U, painting, wall paper cleaning,
ropairlng all kinds; lowest prices, Doug
INTERIOR varnishing, enameling, floors
waxed, wall paper cleaned. Walnut' 4621.
FIRST-CLASS paper hanging and paint.
Ing: Harrsy A. Clapp. Douglas 4909.
DAVIS & Co. First-class painting, paper-
nHnsing, worn guaranteed. At. 0J9O.
PAINTING, paperhanglng and wallpaper
neaning. J. Nau. Walnut 46B7.
WALL PAPER cleaning. DO.
J W. MARTIN, patent alt.. 1711 Dodge.
DR. J. A. TAMISIEA, physician and sur
geon, u22 World-Herald Bldg. Phone
DIAMONDS We pay the
to buy back at small profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO.. 401 N. 16tb St. loug
PAXTON-M ITCH ELL CO..
37th and Martha Sts Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronie, aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
RAZOR BLADES sharpened. Single, 36c;
double edne. 45c doz. Mall orders so
licited. Omaha Sharp Co. 103 N. 16th.
PAXTON HOTEL TURKISH 3ATH.
Massage, hot acka.
CONCAXNON BltOS.. ATLANTIC 6731.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlalto Drug Store, 16th
and Douglas Sts., Omaha. Neb.
LET us clean your rug. Orientals our
specialty. MONROE JtUO CLEANING
Co., 471S S. 24th. MAR 3533.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
write for prices. The unsign jo .-SOT
NEW and rebuilt electrical apparatus.
i.eHrcn uiectric. 318 s. lith tit., omana.
DR. CONCANNON, chiropodist. BuHhman
BIK., lGth and Uouglas. Voug. blGb.
WRITE me If annoyed by the Pocket
uopher, o. P. Wyland. Harlan. la.
DAVID Colo Creamery Co.. 14th and
Jones. Fresh liquid buttermilk.
FILMS dovi-loped, one-day service. Kase
studio. 213-29 Neville lilk.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 P. 11th, JA. 0628
Tailoring, rolining. nlterat's. spec. H. 6804.
CEMENT work of all kinds. HA. 8161.
H. J. Hough piano tuner. AT. 2475.
PLAIN sewing; call Walnut 2074.
Furniture and Hounsehold Goods.
2610 N Streot. South Side
Between 2fith and 27th on N Street, East
U. P. Rallwav Tracks.
Friday. May 27, 1921. Sale Starts 1 P. M,
unis will be tne Dlggost lurnlture
snle ever held In South Omaha. It will
pay every woman, man and child to
attend this salo. All goods offered
will be sold to the highest bidder
There will be no misrepresentation or
by-bidding. Everything aells.
One of the biggest lot of goods ever
offered at auction consisting of: Oas
rantfes, ice boxes in all sizes, sewing
machines of all makee, electric grills,
electric vacuum cleaners, rugs in "Wil
ton, AxmiiiBter, Brussels und velvets in
all sizes. Condemn rugs in nil sizes,
linoleum by the yards and by sample
pieces, mat and grass rugs in different
nixes, library tables and dressers in all
kinds and styles. Kitchen cabinets
and kitchen tables, extra dining room
chairs of all kinds.
New oil stoves in two and three-hole
burners, quick meal coal range, extra
ovens for gas and oil stoves.
Cupboards, chlffloners, hufffts, din
ing room sets, beds in Vernis Martin
and Simons complete. Baby beds and
rocking chairs of all kinds, any amount
of extra mattresses any amount of
dishes and cooking utensils will be of
fered nt this sale.
Garden tools, hose and many other
articles too numerous to mention.
There will also bo in this sale a
grand stock of millinery goods.
Be sure to attend this sale as you
buy at your own price. Remember tho
date Friday,' May 27. 1 p. m. The
place. 2610 N street. South Side.
ROBERT A. GRUBB. Auctioneer.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Prices reas
onable for quick sale. Also all kinds of
tools. Phone 3468. 625 Roosevelt Ave.,
NEW 2i yard real Austrian tablecloth
witn l dozen napkins to match; all
hand hemmed; will sacrflce. DO. 1030.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattresses insd
over in new ticks at half the price of
new beds, 1907 Cuming. Jackson 24117.
FOR SALE Early English buffet, prac-
ncany new. n eoster 5829,
Pianos and Musical Instuments.
GEORGE A. SMITH Dealer In drums.
xylophones, etc., Instructions, repairing.
Address 2761 Davenport St. for catalog.
Phone Harney 2967. Try Smith's pedal.
649.60 BUYS new 8150 guaranteed phono-
grapns; just a few left. Shlaes Phono
graph Co., 1404 Poda-e.
BIGGEST phonograph bargains in Omaha.
inises rnonoarann uo., 1404 Dodire.
BARGAIN in mahogany Steinway up
right. Just like now. Jackson 3066.
Typewriters and Supplies.
All MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
Get our prices before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Jackson 4120. 1912 Farnam.
PROTECTOGRAPHS. F. ft E.'s; brrgalns.
19 Farnam Bldg.
1-TON Fairbanks No. 4 standard
scale. SVjxIH foot platform, also
2S-lnch Buffalo Forge Co. exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17th and Farnam Sis. Phono
Ws rent, repair, sell needles sod parts.
16th snd Barney. D,onas 1971.
WE buy, sell safes, make desks, show
cases, etc Orasna Fixture ft Supply Co.
S. W. Cor, llth and Douglas. J A, 3724.
FLAT TIRE? CALL I). 6608.
WHITELEY. The, TIRE MAN. 320 S. 13h.
S A (VFQ BARGAINS. 12th ft Far nam.
XjO j. j. perlght Safe Co.
HIGH-GRADE hoys' bicycle. Wal. 0513.
LARGE reed baby buggy. KEX. 2770.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks bought, told ana
traded. J. C Reed.jp7 Farnam D. 14.
I'l I'.ST-CLASS cook or second cook;
hotel in town or out; ret. Web. 53UH
BOOKKEEPING position wanted by
young lady of 22 with four years' rank
ing experience. Efficient with various
details about good sized country bank.
L'omplimentd for getting out work
quickly and efficiently. Best of ref
erences. Address Box T-liJU, Omaha
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are always
sdvertlsed. Don't miss them.
Laundry and Day Work.
Laundry, day work. 40 & 45c. Web. 0202,
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Linotype oporator. Day work,
845 a week,' 48 hours, Hogau-Tryou
Co.. 503 S. 13th, Omaha,
MO LEU BARBER COLLEGB.
UO So '4th Write for catalog.,
Solesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED Salesmen to
sell porch and lawn
chairs in city. Acme
Box Co., 39th and Paci
SALESMAN wanted: 30 years nf age to
take orders and measurements for our
all-wool suits, 820 to $30; nearby terri
torycommission basis. Splendid oppor
tunity selling consumer. Hauger-Martin
Co., Grand Rapids. Mich.
Agents and Convassers.
reliable; to sell most practical sliding
clothespin bag ever introduced. Positive
seller. No competition. Protected. Ku
Ku Mfg. Co., St. Louis.
VACATION position, college student.
teacher. Splendid experience, $2 13 for
three months; bonus; leads tu future.
Box A-3. Bee.
1,000 MEN WANTED TO WEAR
Uncle Sam s Shots at $2.90 Per Pair.
MIDWEST HARNESS CO.. 70ii N. ICth.
LEARN telegraphy in three months!
Work lor board wnile attending, lui
tton reasonable. Position secured. Rail
rood wire for practice. Catalog free.
Address Boyles College, Boyles Bldg.,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED An alternation woman, one
that can alter and sell both, must be
able to work fast and do it well, prefer
some one from 35 to 40 years, with no
less than eight years experience. In
answering, give age, nationality, height,
weight, color hair, and salary wanted,
also forward photograph. We are not
looking for Just an average person, must
have unusual ability. Kepp Baertach Co.,
Rapid City. S. D.
WANTED Mansrie girls.
EXPERIENCED dressmaking wanted.
Prneoplo Bros., 7 and 8 Buird Bldg., 17th
WANTED at once, experienced bindery
girls. Apply 1214 Howard.
Household and Domestic.
Watch the Domestic Column of The
Bea Want Ada. Good, well-paid and
homelike places always advertised.
WANTED A competent woman for gen
eral housework in family of 4 adults.
3113 Woolworth Ave., Harney 1839.
WANTED Competent for general house
work, two in family good wages, ref
erence required. Walnut 6065.
WANTED White girl for general house
work, small family, good wages, aii
N. 24th. Webster 2891.
WANTED White girl for general house
work; small family; good wages. 3oH
N. 24th. Webster 2891.
WANTED Good cook, white, 210 S. tThir.
ty-second Ave. Harney 0530.
WHITE girl for general housework. 1609
S. 33rrt St.
TEACHER or college student for vaca-
catlon. Pleasant, healtntul worK.
Salary $315 for 90 days. Box A-l, Bee.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladies and boys to .earn
barber trade; big demand; wages wnue
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1401 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Burner College.
DAY SCHOOI NIGHT -CHOOL.
Complete courses In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short
hand snd typewriting, railroad and wire
less telegraphy, civil service snd all
English and commercial branches. Write,
csll or phone Jackson 1666 for large
Illustrated catalog. Address
Boyles Bldg.. Omaha. ",.
Van Bant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
GLASGOW, ANNIE E., voice and piano.
503 Karbach Block. jacKson mm.
EVERYTHING for the tire repair man;
used, new equipment, tools, repair ma
terial. VuKanizers Supply Co., 2911
FOR SALE One delco light plant in good
condition. Reasonably priced. John
Bader. Scrlbner, Neb.
SOFT drink parlor, lunch room, pool
hall: very reasonable. Co. Bluffs 929.
TO GET in or out of business, Bes LEWIS
& CO., 411 McCague Bldg.
POOL hal and soft drink parlor.
South 13th St. AT. 1902.
I HAVE to offer for Bale the furniture
of an 8-room residence: beautiful porch
and shade trees, In a fine residence dis
trict known as Hanscom Park. Rent,
only $55 per month. A beautfiul home,
furniture is first-elass.
I have a beautiful 8-room flat On
California St. Mahogany furniture
throughout; in a nice neighborhood.
I have six rooms of good furniture
on Capitol Ave. $250 cash buys It. Rent,
125 per month.
' J. D. BRAZIE,
Tel. Jackson 337S. 202 N. 16th St.
Crounse Blk., opposite Postofflce.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Furnished Rooms. -
ARB YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMST
Or 'lave you planned on makltg
change, which will be mors convenient
for youT If so, then call The Bee .Vant
Ad Dipt.. Tyler 1000, and we will .01
only furnish you with a complete .ooro
list of choice vacant rooms in Omaha,
but also keep your number oa our
'Want to Rent" list for further refer
ence In case you wanted to make .in
other change. These lists are absolutely
free of charge to sll readers and udver
tlsers of The Omaha Bee and publlsheo
solely for their convenience and henef't.
Call any time. Atlantis 1000. Want Ad
j Di-;.CT IFl'L lare front room in lienils
j park home, lunrricrl couple or Indies,
i employed. No other roomers. Wal. 6645.
U. S. Patent Office
sav - cam'T rou
HEAR THE BELL
WHEN tT RiNt"
XCAN'T HEAR '
FOR RENT ROOMS.
COZY room for young man in private
homo within walking distance and on
car line, $4. 2927 Cuming. H. liva.
LARGE front room, private home, mod
ern, double, $5; single, $2. 1515 S. 15th.
TWO cool front rooms, ladles employed,
home privileges; Dundee car line. Har
Jil S. 29TH Large cool room for 2 men.
Walking distance; reasonable.
LARGE furnished rooms, close-in.
N. 25th St. Atlantic 6126.
621 S. 16TH, large and small rooms at
reasonable rates. '
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS IN CITT. WE HAVE
THE BEST IN CITY. CALL TYLER
1000. WANT AD. ASK ABOUT OUR
BEE ROOM LIST. PUBI.I8HED EVERY
WEEK FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF OUR ADVERTISERS
AND READERS. ATLANTIC 1000.
TWO PLEASANT MODERN RMS. EV.
ERTTHINO FURNISHED. REASON
ABLE; NO CHILDREN. WAL. 2005.
VERY desirable, 2-room modern house
keeping apt.; walking distance. Har
TWO connecting front light housekeeping
rooms; also sleeping rooms. 1817 Cap
638 S. 27TH 2 newly decorated cool rooms
1st floor, single, or ensuite; walking dis
tance. NICE housekeeping apartment, also two
sleeping rooms; close In Douglas 7458.
TWO light housekeeping rooms,
pletely furnistfed. 2613 Mason.
i LIGHT housekeeping rooms, nicely fur.
nishd. 2824 Farnam St.
LIGHT housekeeping rms. ATlantie 1853.
2 HKP. or sleeping rms. DO. 6680.
Board and Rooms.
FOR CHOICE BOARD AND RM. WATCH
THE BEE WANT ADS. AND IF YOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT TOTT WAN" IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL AT. 1000
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
LIST OF ROOMS.
WILL give evening dinner in my private
home, excellent conking to teacr.ers or
business women, reasonable, walking
distance to town. Address X-70, Oma
leu South 25th St. Douglas 2076.
CLOSE-IN, large, cool rooms, suitable for
two; best board. Atlantic. 1533.
BD. and rm. for girl, $6 wk. Web. 0304.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
For rent, six rooms, strictly modern.
Close tn. Call Web. 0923.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
MODERN furnished Apts; ahjo unfur
nished. The Pershing, 823 S. 24. Doug
THREE-ROOM apartment, furnished, $65.
419 Sweetwood Ave. Free janitor. D.
COOL 6-rm. apt. 1st floor, for summer
months, front porch. Webster zmu.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists In apartment management.
MODERN brick flats, now vacant; move
'.n. Eselin 622, Paxton Block.
WANTED TO RENT.
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
WANTED To rent furnished cottage at
Lako Okobojl during the summer.
Douglas 7582 or Walnut 3203.'
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses
WANT to lease 10-room home; must be
modern and well located with two stall
garage. Possession any time before
August. L. E. Hurts, care Fairmont
FOR RENT Business Property.
SEE F. D. WEAD. 910 S. 18TH BT.
OFFICE space In First Nat'l Bk. Bldg, to
reputable physician.- Box 0-83. Bee.
OFFICE space for rent. Jacksnn 3741.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
MOVE IT YOURSELF.
Do vou busy people know-
peclally those who have to put
in a full day's worn 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 tuff
and cut your cost half In two.
We never close.
Drive It Yourself Co.
STORAGE MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE
COMPLETE LIST OF 1
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
1107-11 Howar St Jackson. 0288.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods snd pianos, moving, packing snd
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
106 South 16th. Doug. 4161
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Atlantic 3400.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
- Let us estimate your moving, necking
J and storage. 1605 Davenport. J A. 2908.
M'CLOUD Van A Storage Co. Doug. VIOa.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
THREE large work horses, weight 1,400
lbs., set double harness, 1 D. Stroud
wagon; all In No, 1 condition. 703
N. 16th. Apply office. AT. 5933.
GOOD buggy iiorse, weight 1100 to 1200;
5 years oia; ?so. AlarKet usii3.
l-OULTRY AND PET STOCK.
5,000 Baby chicks on sale each day.
jeweu s rouitry reea ana oupyiy. iao
N. 16th St. Douglas 6390.
WHEAT screenings. $4.50 per 100, del.
. .1 LA. XT ni- .149
B. ORPINGTON, and Plymouth eggs.
$1.00 setting, half price. JA. 0327.
R. I. R. CHICKS, 15c each. U.ack 4115,
215 Vine St.. Council Bluffs.
R. I. H. hatching eggs, $1.00 per setting.
BABY CHICKS, 15c. 1646 So. 26th Ave.
USE our Ford motor while yours la being
repsired. Our service exchanging mot
ors Is 1 'i hours out, 1 i hours In,
OUR AUTO REPAIR CO..
We repair all makes of cars.
4216 No. 24t'- St.
NEW ami used ears bought and sold.
Goldstrom Auto Sales 1.118 Harney.
GOO I as new1, in perfect condition, 1920
nu'clc murine car. Kenwood 1677.
L'S'-;t c:irs. houirht. Fold slid exchaneed.
U TRAWVER AUTO CO.. 2210 Farnam SL
SEE JIGGS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
e?lP VAN WINtSLE.
COMPARED TO VOO
WH"Y DON'T YOU VlOVy
jOmc Lire o
1921 sr Intl FiATunt
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
YOU have been looking for a
good psd car at a reasonable
price. We hava about 20 dif
ferent ones for you to select
from. Our annus 1 spring sale
) now in progress. Cash or
terms. Open evenings.
Mid-City Motor & Supply
MITCHELL Six roadster, A-l condition;
must be seen to appreciate; must sll
on account of sickness; pnrty leaving
city June 1. Best offer takes it. Cau
be seen at Davenport Garage. Ask fur
-Mr.. Peters. Douglas 9673.
WE are open evenings during our Annual
spring used car sale, now going on.
Mid-City Motor & Supply
SOME bargains in used Kurd cars. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, IE to sod Jackson.
1918 DODGE touring car will sell at a
saerlflco for $575. Call Harney 7119.
USED parts for Fords and other makes
at a bargain. 1016 Harney. D. 4931. .
160 ACRES and stock. $8,000. Equity
Land Exchange, St'. Paul. Minn.
FOR SALE 160-aere farm, close to R.
R., 20 seres cleared In hay and winter
wheat, lots of good pine and cedar
timber and wood for a life time; good
family orchard, good buildings ind
water. Will sacrifice for quick sale,
price $2,760. Owner, O. C. Isom,
Alfalfa Farm on Improved
Road, 12 Hogs, 10 Cattle,
Farming tools.. Included; 120 acres,
convenient R. R. town, advantages:
productive tillage; 10 acres alfalfa;
wire-fenced pasture; 2,000 corda wood;
73,000 feet timber; fruit; oak-shaded
dwelling, big barn, tenant house, poul
try houBe. etc. Owner unable to oper
ate, $2,500 gets all, easy terms; see
page S9, Illustrated catalog, 1,100 bar
gains. Free. Strout Farm Agency,
831 B. V., New York Life Bldg., Kan
sas City, Mo.
Real Estate Loans.
WE have cash on hand to loan on Omaha
E. H. LOUGEE. INC..
638 Keellne Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O KEEFE REAL, ESTATE UU
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 271.
1100 in 110.000 made nromDtly.
F. D. WEAD. Wead Bldg.. 310 S. 18th St.
1ST MORTGAGES bought. 636 Bee Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
To buv or sell Omaha Rial Kstste see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Not. Bk. Bldg. Jaeksen 1426
1. 1ST homes und Income priinerly with
GRUENIG REALTY CO.,
1418 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 19H6.
WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES'
C. B. STUHT CO.,
City Nat'l Bide. Douglas 8787.
THE Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
1506 Dodge St. Douglas 1345.
HAVE Inquiries for homes do you want
to sell your propertyt List it with
C. A. Orlmmel, Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
DTPT7 iVrPT' REAL ESTATE:
DlXvJVjZil I eells, Rents, Insures
360 Peters Trust Bldg. Jaekron 0633.
PT TTTRPTPMC heal estate
. J. 1 JliniOililNO Ins. and Rentals
60S Omaha Nat'l Bk Bldg. Jackson 2182.
Western Real Estate Co.. 413 Karbach B.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
BRICK STORE AND APTS.
On close In transfer corner. Income
over $8,000 for quick turn $60,000 takes
It. About $25,000 cash needed.
21! Keellne Bldg. AT. 0721.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE or will trade for Omaha Im
proved suburban scrcage, 160-a farm S.
E. Neb. Box 0-97, Bee.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
New -room and bath, full !-atory
and attic home. Complete in, every
detail; beautifully finished and decor
ated; fjnely located, east front, near
car line and school. Priced right, $2,600
csah, good terms on balance. 316 So.
60th St. Open today.
Mattson & Smails,
1214 City Nat. Bank.
Nethaway. Flor. prop., no colored. KE. 1408
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton Bllt.
MONTCLA1RE classy bungalow, t rooms,
south front, must sell at once, $6,850.
Terms, Call at once. Jackson 2261.
Buyer and Seller
List your property with us to
sell, we get results for you.
Creigh, Sons & Co.
608 Bee Bldg. Jackson 0200
I lit I Ul, CV V V" 4
OH' I CAN'T
AROUNQ hfij J
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West Farnam Home.
Near 27th and Farnam, 8 rooms, 2
stories and attic; quarter-sawed oak
finish, first floor except kitchen. 4
bedrooms and bath, second; 1 on third.
One-car garage. Well-constructed house.
East front lot. Price (10,500. Must be
sold. Want offer.
Fowler & McDonald,
1120 City Nsfl Jackson 142S.
Fine location; beautiful corner,
&Gxl3Q; aouth front ; all kinds of
fruit and berries; Ideal country
place; 2 blocks to car line. Cement
walks. Thorouphly modern 7 -room
home; furnnce heat; oak finish
and floors on firm floor; pine and
maple on second; elepant condi
tion. Owner in leaving: city, can
Hive Immediate ponscHSion, A
$10,000 home for $7,600. Better
buri-y on this one.
Mandy Lee Poultry Farm.
Containing 6 acres; large S-room
bungalow with enclosed porch;
furnace; city water; electric
lights; sewer; cement walks; fruit
and berries: 6 large poultry
houses, all fenced hog-tight; doz
ens of large oak trees; lies high
and sightly: S blocks to the car
line on a good road. Price $12,000.
Terms. Immediate possession.
Charles W. Martin & Co.,
724 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bid. Atlantic 0187
South Miller Park,
6-room strictly modern bunga
low, all on one floor, oak floors
and oak finish, full cement base
ment and floored attic; lot, 60x
160 feet, on paved street, paving
nearly paid; half block from car,
half block to church and close
to school. Price $6,500. It's a
real bargain and can't last at this
Payne Investment Co.
837 Omaha Nat. Bk Bldg. D. 1781.
1630 VICTOR AVE.,
Very attractive bungalow, fine
rooms, strictly all modern, in
rood condition; house about 4
years old. Terms can be arranged.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 2850. 918-:0 City National.
New t rooma and bath, oak fin
ish in every room, bullt-ln kitchen
cabinets, fine basement, furnace,
floor drain, etc.; nice lot, paved
street, near car line, near 10th
and Sprague. Priced right, $1,000
cash, balance on payments.
P. J. Tebbens Co.,
605 Omaha Nat. Rk.
. 5-ROOM BUNGALOW,
$4,100 $600 CASH.
All modern, newly decorated and
painted, new furnace. - Nice lot with
garden space and fruit trees. Vacant
June. 3916 No. 26th St. JA. 2666, eve
ning Atlantic 1910.
4811 Bedford Ave.
6 rooms, all mod., now vacant. Has
.lust been redecorated und pnlntsd. This
IS a snap. $3,650 with $500 cash,
Jacksnn :JS5. evenings Atlantic 1910.
4720 N. 39TH ST. Good -room house,
modern except heat $700, balance
monthly. Cr-iah, BoK Ree. JA. 0200.
MINNB LUSA homes and lots offer the
beat opportunity to Invest vour money
Phone Atlantic 0107.
J. B. ROBINSON real eslute and Invest
merit 54$ Peters Trust finuv ''7
HOUSES for colored, small payment down.
T)vl. 2630 Orsnt St. Webster 2420
COLORED J-6-6-rm. cotasgea, $50 ca.in
up. Johnson, Webster 41i0.
r. K. BUCK nV ro buv snd sell homes.
FOR 8tLB Four 6-room cottages, lust
papered and painted, near 2 car lines,
on laved street: sidewalk, city water,
gas, electric light and sewer; 15th and
Vinton, I block north. Only $2,000 to
$2,200 each. $300 down, balance Ilk?
rent. Now vacant. Owner, Market 3270,
In this district of wonderful development we
have some decided bargains in lots and homes.
Splendid building sites in nearly ail blocks, with
all improvements in street. ;
$800 $850 $900
And Fine, Completely Modern, Up-to-Date
with ideal surroundings, at PRICES less than cost
to build TODAY.
Charles W. Martin & Co.
742 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Drawn for The Bee by McManua
Copyright, 1021 International News Service
ets voo oo
NOU 4lT TIREO
Romance in Origin
By H. L. KING.
As everybody knows Hallowe'en
that, is the evening of November
is th night especially favorable for
the practice of all sorts of magic
rites, especially of those "projects"
of love divinations and charms, by
which j'oung men and maidens seek
to know something of their future
partners, or see them evolved vis
ible from thin air. Ghosts and spirits
walk about and wicrd things arc
said to happen on Hallowe'en.
In some places boys mount pump
kins on poles and, draped in a sheet,
carry them about simulating ghosts.
All this is but a perpetuation of
that feast of the dead which our an
cestors celebrated on November un
numbered centuries ago. Nearly
every savage race on the globe has
such a feast today on some date
when the spirits of the dead are supposed-to
return to their earthly hab
itations. Ours is a perpetuation of
the old Ccjtic feast of the dead,
which was celebrated on the Celtic
New Year's day November 1.
In the hopes of supplanting an old
pagan custom by a Christian observ
ance Pope Gregory IV in 835 estab
lished the feast of All Saints for
November 1. Cut this substitution
not working as well as was expected
a feast of All Souls was instituted
and November 1 being already oc
cupied, was placed for November 2.
Or rather the custom grew up trom
the example of Odilo, abbot "f
Clugny, spreading throughout Chris
tendom, though it is said never to
have been formally sanctioned by
the church itself. This custom of
celebrating a mass for "all the dead
who sleep in Christ" on November 2,
it was thought would be sufficiently
analogus in its idea to wean the
people from their old heathen rites
oi November 1. It was the church s
second attempt to do away with the
old pagan feast of the dead, the
maimed rites of which still flourish
among us in the observances of Hal
lowe'en. Copyright, 1921. by The MoClure News
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
On 69th, between Leavenworth and
Msson Sts., you will find 5 stucco bun
galows that are certainly "up to date;"
6 rooms, oak floors, enamel and ma
hogany finish, tiled floors in kitchen,
bathroom and vestibule, fireplace in liv
ing room, breakfast nook in kitchen;
large lot SOjtl'0, high and sightly;
these bungalows are priced below cost
and on terms; look them aver and ace
mo for further Information.
C. A. Grimmel,
Omaha. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. KIS.
Three Houses for $2,800.
$300 down on the whole bunch.
$30 per month. Each house has
4 rooms with electric lights. Now
rented. $15 per month each.
Amos Grant Co., Realtors,
16,000 $1,000 DOWN,
Balance tike rent, and you will own
this modern 6-room home, handy to
car and good school on paved street
with paving paid.
ALFRED THOMAS ft SON,
Jackson 0064. 604 Klrst Nut. Bank Rldg.
Five room, new, well located, cast
front, oak floors, oak finish. Com
pletely modern. l,arge living room.
Ready for occupancy. Atlantic 1300 eve
ning. Doug. 741 2 days. Mr. Carse.
. FOR SALE.
Five-room house, new and modern,
good nelthborhovnl ; can make easy
terms to good party. Collins,. Wal. 0127.
AT lantic 0187
France Looks to
U. S. for Solution
Of War Problems
Member of Chamber Says v
America Has Right to Im
pose Conditions in Ex
ecution of Treaty.
Kf The Associated Tress.
Taris. May 26. An appeal to
America to step in and find a solu
tion to 'the European situation was
voiced bv M. Nohlcinairc in the
chamber " of deputies today during
discussion of the government's for
"The coining hour is the hour of
America," he said. "She has not
signed the treaty, but she has her
word to (.ay. Why should not
America impose precise condition
for the execution of certain clauses
of the treaty; for instance, repara
tions? We iook to America for the
return of normal conditions in
Premier lliiand, again replying to
"Our program is clear and de
finite. There is no room for dis
cussion. Our decisions arc taken
and communicated to Germany;
penalties are ready to be enforced.
"The rcichstag has approved the
Wirth cabinet, which has declared,
its readiness to fulfill Germany
obligations and if tomorrow. Ger
many should attempt to default,
France knows what remains to be
"But I have no right to say m
advance that the German govern
ment is composed of men who will
try to evade their obligations and I
have no right to make their task
"We have before us, a debtor who
has declared his readiness to pay.
We have the necessary strength to
act if he docs not. I believe it is
France's honor to act with modera
tion and await developments."
Passage of Measure
To Aid Soldiers Urged
By House Committee
Washington, May 26. The house
committee on interstate and foreign
commerce, voted to urge prompt pas
sage of the Sweet bill designed to
carry out the recommendations of
the Dawes commission for the con
solidation of the various government
al agencies having to do with sol
The hill nrobablv will be brought
up in the house at an early date and
its passage is regarded as .foregone
conclusion. Meanwhile the senate is
going ahead with the Kcnyou bill,
endorsed by the administration, creat
ing a department of public welfare
under which all the various agencies
dealing with world war veterans
would be consolidated.
That part of the Kenyon bill which
deals with soldiers' relief is much
the same as the provisions of the
Sweet bill, so that there is little
chance of friction between the tw"
houses over the measure.
"Kissing Blonde" In
Murder Case Found
Chicago, May 20. The "kissing
blonde," the young woman with
whom Herbert P. Ziegler was seen
dancing in a North Side cabaret
just a few hours before he was kill
ed by Mrs. Cora Isabcllc Orthwein,
was located today. She is Miss Be
atrice Brenner, according to a state
ment by Assistant State's Attorney
Lloyd Heath, who is to prosecute
the murder charge against Mrs.
Orthwein. The trial was continued
until next Tuesday.
Ever since the morning of March
1, when Ziegler, district manager for
a tire company, was slain in the
apartment of Mrs. Orthwein, the
srarrh frr thr- "kissintr blonde" has
gone on relentlessly. It is believed
she will be able to reveal tne secret
motive which led Mrs. Orthwein to
clmnt 7ieeer after a wild drinkinsr
party and a lovers' quarrel earlier in
Conference Is Planned
London, May 26. (By The Asso
ciated Press.) Lord Burnhani, in
hr-half of the Emoire Press union, of
which he is president, today invited
American newsnarjers to sentl dele
gates to an Anglo-American press
conference here within the next year
to further the good relationship oc
ionship be- ,
ended at a ft
rnor of the (
tween the two peoples.
The invitation was cxte
iimrhcrtn of the American
rlnl in hnnnr nf the crovcrnor
British branch of the Sulgrave in
Lord Buruham declared such a
press conference would do much to
rmrffv the atmosnhcre and cement
the tics of fricndsrr'p between Eng
land and the united Mates.
Harding Returns to Capital
After Very Stormy Voyage
Washington," May 25. President
and Mrs. Harding and their party
returned to Washington today, the
presidential yacht Mayflower
reactMnn: its dock at the navy vara
at 10:20 a. in., on the return trip
from New York.
. The Mayflower had a rough voy
age, virtually all the way from New
York. It was said, however, that
the president and his guests returned
in perfect health, although their .
rest had been disturbed during the
night by the rolling of the ship.
Real Estate Transfers
Bnra Vnrtlnla Leslie to Wlll'am
n. Porter. 5"th Ave., i tt of
Military Ave. . a. 6dU5.G. . , , i,to6
Byron Reed f'o.. to Klmer O. An
demon. Cedar at.. S!9 ft, w of
tilth at., n. a. lxl 151
Elmer O. Anderunn to Minnie
Hyer. CVrtnr el.. 329 ft. w of th
St.. n. a. 4TxlJR STS
riiu tholouiew Real Ctate Co.. to
Albert A. Wedemeyer and wife,
t7th at.. 4J ft. n of Ainea Av.
w. . 4"ll(lft.,.; 1,(100
Cliail'-n K. Hell Hnd wife to Thom
as O. Warfleld, Harney t 15
f . w of SSd at., a. a fOxloO 1 1.00
William K. Nielsen and wife to
Thomaa Winters, i al. Lake st ,
125 ft. e. of SOth al., an, ISxlO".. I tIS
Herman K. Kemerp and wife to
Mrs. Jennie llell, ;rnt t.. 100
ft. e of 7th t.. . 4txi:s lit
Htih H. Knrner and wife t Kd
ward .1 Turner, Kth St.. 15(1 ft,
nf UliUory St., r. n. SAlldt.... 1.311
Hurh II. JInrnPr nnd wife to Kd
nid J Turner, Harrey st . lffl
fl. w of (3d Ave. a. t. .013i, . 1,009
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