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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
J1Y LAND Mrs. M aged Us years. De
ceased wm born in Omaha.
Funeral will b held Wednesday, :t5
tin., from family residence, 2515 S.
I tit at., to St. Tatrlcka church at
in. Interment Holy Sepulcher ceme
tery. The funeral of Charles H. Garvey
will be held from family residence, itio
South Fifteenth street, :45 a. tn. Thurs
day to St Patrick church s a. m. In
terment St. Marys cemetery.
STACK & FALCONER
Thirty-third and Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
PIONEER FUNHRAL DIRECTORS.
701 South 16th St. Jackaon 1228
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertaker and Rmbalmers.
Phone H. 2(15. Office 2611 Parnara.
FOIl AMBULANCE call Market OrtSO.
Korlsku Funeral Home. S3d and O Sta.
TPP T T A TJlUrflM Ifontonelle
114 Douglas St.
L. Hendnrson, 161 Farnam. Jackson 126H.
JOHN BATH, 18"4Farnam. D.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
James and Kdna Carder, 2012 N, boy.
Howard and Nolle Whltcomh, 4017
Fred and Ida Peterson, hosullal. boy.
Joseph and Zofie Domitro, Fifty-sixth
and q, girl.
Oeorfe W. and Mary Furllch, 3804 W,
Walter and Margaret Rouse, Omaha,
Erall and Anna Jacobaen, Irvlngton,
Fred and Brldl Gibbons, 1510 North
Roy and Minnie Hollenback, hospital,
Charles and Golden Crocker, 4201 South
Steve, and Anna Stefanskl, 4002 South
Thirty-sixth street, boy.
Richard and Mary Bablch, Fiftieth and
Lillian Konrad, 2, 3017 South Ninth.
Baby Bporven,. Infant, 5256 South Fifty,
Hugh Kelly, , 2726 Blnney.
Endora Cleg-horn. 6, 2I South Thirty
second, Karl C. Abbott, 27, S0 South Twenty
third. Alvln Francis Curtis, S, 2S0( Valley.
Lydla Jarrett, 4, hospital.
Ledyslaue Stefanskl, infant, 4002 South
Thaddeus Leueyswskl, infant, '4327
Thoma Baldwin, 4, 04 North Nine
teenth. MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Edward Addison, 19. Council Bluffs, la.,
and Helen Storms, 18, Council Bluffs, la.
Leo Gardiner, over 21, Omaha, and
Clara Louise Peterson, over 18, Omaha.
Vernon B. Capallte, 23, Omaha, and
Margaret C. WilfonB, 22, Omaha.
Harold M. Dlr. 21, Madison, Neb.,
and Elsie D. Peterson, 30, Cedar Rapids,
Charles A. Phillips 21, Omaha, and
Maria Miller, 18, Omaha.
John Kearney, 48, Omaha, and Ematine
Johnson, 10, Omaha.
Harold E Campbell. 21, Omaha, and
Vera M. Garrison, 28, Adams, Neb.
TV' alter O. Head ley, 24, Omaha, and
Helen H. Meyer, 24, Omaha.
-v. v Leo W. Dougherty, 24, Omaha, and
Fay L. Stewart, 21, Omaha.
John H. Davlea, over 21, Omaha, and
Louis H. Moore, over 18, Omaha.
George J. Brabee, 25, 'Weston, Neb., and
Rose Kucera, 20, Valparaiso, Neb,
Gerald Sampter. 24. Fremont, Neb., and
Marl Ellen Pettlt, 25, Fremont. Neb.
Phelps E. Grlswold, over 2L Omaha,
and Ethel Josephine Parsons, over 18,
John Hoyfla. 28, Omaha, and Rose
Kudner, 22, Omaha.
James Ciiek, 22, Osmond, Neb., and
Mina Wltte, 25, Bennington, Neb.
Max Burkbart, 23, Anita, and Fay Roy,
24, Albuquerque, N. M.
William Bagilon, 48, Omaha, and Mary
Barone, 40, Omaha.
Herbert Walton, 25. Omaha, and Hasel
E. Marshall, 28, Omaha. -
Herbert T. Heavey. -28. Omaha, and
Winifred Waits, 28, Omaha.
Frank J. Cerray, 23, Omaha, and
Frances Konas, 22, Omaha.
E. J. Masilko, 22, Omaha, and Catherine
Hayes, 36, Omaha,
Joe Damboldt, 37, Omaha, and Anna
Hash, . 40, Loveland, Colo.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on street car tele
phone Tyler 300. We are anxious to re
to lost articles to rightful owners.
: OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
Monday evening, in or around Rialto
theater, one. man's bloodstone ring.
Finder call Webster 2124. Reward.'
IN the vicinity of 18th Doug., a small
amethyst rosary, four medals attached.
Liberal reward. Market 1230.
LOST Monday, Shrine emblem, amall
diamond set, with safety catch. Walnut
MAN'S pocketbook by working woman,
containing about $30. Reward. DO 4129.
BLACK handbag containing child' coat
on Crosstown car. Reward. At 1234.
HOUSTON hotel. Gothenburg. Neb., un
der new management; dining room will
open June fi; rates 22.50 per d ly and
up. The place that ticKles your pal
ates Stevens Stevens, Proprietors.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial horn
solicits your old clothing, furniture.
magazines. We collect. We distribute
Phone Doug. 4125 and our wagon will
rail. Call and Inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
fRAlNKU nurse will take old people or
invalids to her home. Price reasonable.
AY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
A SWOBODA. 141ft FARNAM STREET.
.VIOLET ray and massage. Minnie'John
son. 2226 Farnam. Douglas 844.
MASSAGE 310 North Seventeenth Street.
WEAVING; old rug remade. AT. 1433.
Swedish massage, rnassuese.209 8.J0.D.5ST7.
RENT Hoover vacuum. 31 up. Wal. 1947.
ELECTRIC bath and massage. WE. 2911.
ELECTRO massage, 318 Neville Block.
MASSAGE Call Douglas 0549.
ACCORDION, aide, knife, aunburat. box
pleating, covered button, all else and
tylea; hemstitching, ptcjt edging, eye
let cut worm, nnttonnoias. . pennant.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co.. 308
Browa Blk. Jackson 138.
Men. Pleating Button Co., 1804 rarmn
St. 3d floor. Douglas 670
OARAGE 1100 and up; house remodeling,
screens, porches, new and repair worX,
satisfaction guaranteed. W. 8terna,
4409 S. lid. Market 082T.
HATTIB Putnam Nubone Oorset Shop.
108 Karbech Bl., At. 891.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau. Railway
ex. Bid. JA lti&. Night col. sin.
JAMES AU.AN. 812 Neville Blk, Evidence
. assurta la all cases. AUaaty jjf.
( ' COULD JOtV -71T75
DIE DAHCItS- j rpl'X
LEARN TO DANCE RIGHT.
Fancy, 8tage and Ballroom
Lesson by Appointment.
EMPRESS RUSTIC GARDEN.
Empress Theater. Atlantic 5645.
T-1 Pra School tor Dancing, 2421
JtVCi-nilC Farnam. Doug. 760.
lreesmaklnit. Call Harley hotel,. Room 24a.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
... .. - , n- - i . 1 r IA1
write lor prices. ia cnnin v.,,.. v,
FILMS developed, one-day service. Kase
Studio, 213-29 Neville Blk.
BRiTT Printing Co., 7 Klks Bldg.
WE remodel your furs and make them
like new. Fur atored and Insured
agalnat all losses.
KNKETEK ALASKA FUK t-U
203 8. 16th. Doug. 7388.
Labor and Building.
WE can build you a good garage for
8100. wo also deliver Kindling. MirKlin
Lumber & Wreck Co.. 24th ana Bur
dette, Webster 6565.
Painting and Paperhanging.
INTERIOR varnishing enameling, floors
waxed, wall paper cleaned. Wnluut 4h3I.
ALL kinds of painting and paper hanging,
work guaranteed. L. P. Mortpnnen. I. 46SH.
PAINTING, paperhanging and wallpaper
cleaning J. Nau. Walnut 4507.
J W. MARTIN, patent atty 1718 Dodge.
DR. J. A. TAMISIEA, physician and sur
geon, 622 W. H. Bldg. Phone AT. "473.
DIAMONDS pcewuh thX&7
io ouy l'kck ai small prom. tnj&g
JEWELRY CO.. 402 N. 16th St noug
PAXTON-M ITCH ELL CO.,
27th and Martha Sts., Omaha, Neb.
- Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray Iron caatlngs.
RAZOR BLADES sharpened. Single, 36c;
aouDie edge, 4oc aoz. Mall orders so
licited. Omaha Sharp Co. 103 N. 16th.
NEW and rebuilt electrical apparatus.
tieuron electric, xis a. iztn St.. umana.
FLAT TIRE? CALL D. (i(l03,
WHITELEY, The TIRE MAN. 320 S. 13th.
ROGERS Confectionery Store, 24th and
Farnam St., Jackson Ot27.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S. 11th. JA. 0528
Furniture and Hounsehold Goods.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattresses made
over tn new ticks at half the price of
new beds. 1907 Cuming. Jackson 2467.
Pianos and Musical Instuments.
GEORGE A. SMITH Dealer in drums.
xyiopnones, etc., instructions, repairing.
Address 2761 Davenport St. for catalog.
Phone Harney 2967. Try Smith's pedal.
BIGGEST phonograph bargain in Omaha.
Shlaes Phonograph Co. 1404 Dodge.
BARGAIN In mahogany upright Steger
& Son. Jackson 3067.
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. E.'s: bargains.
is rarnara mag.
Ws rent repair, sell needles snd part
16th and Harney.
TRUNKS and traveling goods, at low
prices- will take your old trunk In on
a new one; we do repairing. Alfred
Cornish A Co., 1210 Farnam St.
WE buy, sell safe, mak desks, (how
case, etc. oraana Fixture A supply Co.
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas. JA. 3724.
QAPPQ BARGAINS. 12th Farnam.
OAX EjO j. j. Darlght Safe Co.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. D. 6148.
Watch the Domestlo column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't miss them.
POSITION as bookkeeper or cashier, 7
years experience, good reference, box a
Laundry and Day Work.
BUNDLE washing at home, Web. 3804.
DAY WORK, 40 and 45c, Web. 2365.
DAY WORK, laundry. Webber 0202.
DAY work wanted. Webster.. 1390.
Salesmen and Solicitor.
A large middle-western
concern desires the
services; of several
high-class salesmen to
sell a complete line of
heavy service cotton
goods. Duck, canvas,
drills, waterproof ma
terials, bleached and
dyed goods to the re
and repair trade.
This is a splendid op
portunity for hard
men. Ambitious young
men without road ex
perience will be con
sidered. Address Mr.
Rankin, P. 0. Box 921,
fiSS iilmi Mk 1'wduce" Kesulu!
HELP WANTED MALE.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
EXPERIENCED salesmen only by knit
goods firm making high grade sweat
ers, bathing suits and novelties; terri
tories open. Texas. Iowa, North and
South Dakota, also eastern territory.
Box T-1554. Omaha Bee.
S7 MILES per gallon made with new pat
ented gasoline vaporiier. Write for
particulars. Stransky Vaporizer Co.,
Pukwana, S. D.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Machinist-operators, printers
and pressmen. 48 hours, ideal working
conditions and top wages. Unless above
average, do not apply. Hutchinson Office
supply and Printing Co. Hutchinson,
FIREMEN, brakemen, beginners 1150, later
Zb0 monthly. Railway. Box Y-1555. Bee.
MOLEIt BARBER COLLEGE.
110 So. . 14th. Write for catalog.
1,000 MEN WANTED TO WEAR
Uncle Sam's Shoes at 22.90 Per Pair.
MIDWEST HARNESS CO.. 706 N. 16th.
WANTED Experienced A No 1 Job com
positor, steady position to right party.
416 So. 14th St.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
PERSONAL Instruction offered in short
hand, typewriting, comptometer, book
keeping, etc. Low rate. Call Douglas
7774, or write Am. Inst, of Business.
WANTED Two high school teachers foi
consolidated school; good town; new
building; write B. D. Parsons, Secy.,
Household and Domestic.
Watch the Domestic Column of The
Bee Want Ads. Good, well-paid and
homelike places always advertised.
WANTED A competent white cook, ref
erences required. Apply Mrs. Ward
Burgess, 122 N. 22d Street.
WANTED Middle-aged woman to assist
with general housework. Go home
nights. Call Harney 6183.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED An experienced waitress for
counter and table work. State experi
ence and salary expected in first letter.
A steady job for the right party. Bruns
wick Restaurant, Fremont, Neb.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT.
In the present business condition
those who can do more than one thing
are in demand. Comptometer knowledge
isn't heavy to carry nor tedious to ac
quire, but it rays big dividends.
Day and Night Courses. x
Douglas 1493. 403 Mlckel Bldg.
"The School That Graduates Experts."
WANTED A girl to sell ice cream, pop
and cigars. 1232 So. 13th, ,
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages whlls
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Tri-Clty Burner College.
WANTED Couple to be married In
public in the city soon. Liberal Induce
ments. Bee. Box A-28.
WANTED Printer, straight matter man
or woman. Steady job. Enterprise,
BARBER shop for sale. 6-chalr shop,
up-to-date, doing $10,000 cash business
yearly. In good Kansas town. Owner
in city today and until Thursday noon.
If interested see me at 638 Paxton Blk.
WANT to hear from owner having busi
ness for sale. J. C. McCqnney, 1102
Farnam street, Omaha, Neb,
FOR SALE Meat market and residence
adjoining; excellent business in live
district of St. Paul, by owner; cash.
Address Box Y-1651.
1113 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone Jackson 3122.
Largest and oldest extension School of
Accounting in America. A nationally
' known Association of . Certified Public
Accountants. Under our method you
can qualify quickly. Come and se us
or phone for appointment
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT CHOOU
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 phone Jackson 1565 for large
Illustrated catalog. Address
Boyles Bldg.. Omaha. Tb.
Van Bant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
120 Omaha National Bank Bide
GLASGOW, ANNIE E voice and piano.
503 Karbach Block. Jackson 1081.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARB YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS T
Or have you planned on making a
change, which will be mors convenient
for youT It so, then call The Bee JVant
Ad Dept., Tyler 10(10, and we will -oi
only furnish you with a complete oom
list of choice Tscant rooms In Omaha,
but also beep your number on our
''Want to Rent" list for further refer
ence in case you wanted to make an
other change. These lists are absolutely
free of charge to all readers and adver
tisers of The Omsha Bee and published
solely for their convenience and benefit.
Call any time. Atlantlo 1000. Want Ad
Dept ' - ,
ROOM for gentleman In private family,
near blvM. walkttig distance. Harney
NICELY furnished rooms, private family,
gentltman preferred. Call Har. 0845.
NICE FRONT room for 1 or 2, private
home of Jewish family. Webster
TWO NICE front rooms, modern, private
nome, wanting uigvancp, n.mcj
S1'20 GRACE Nice front room to colored
people, vveosier twiv.
2 LARGE rooms. Apply 220tt N. 23d St.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST 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. ATLANTIC 1000.
. WANT AD. .
TWO cool hkpg run, everything; furnished,
$7 week., mod., prlv. home. WE. 3865.
3 front hkpg. rim. 605 8. 27th. HA. 2508.
FRONT room snd kitchenette. At. 0860.
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 CALTj AT. 1000
AND ASK ABOUT OUR CQMPI.ET1
LIST OF KOOMfl.
2883 CAPITOL Ave., excellent board and
room; private home, walking distance.
LARGE room, two gentlemen. Good home
cooking; walking distance. Harney 1308.
2013 N. 18 Nicely furnished rooms.
No objection to small children. W. 0802.
35S3 JONES Nice large room, with board,
for two, $8 week each. AT. 4544.
Kl'RNlSHEl) rooms and board. iiU
Dgdce. AT. till.
S. latent Offlc
Eft" COLLY I CAvRYin'
A. HOD lb A VACATION
COPAREO TO OANCirs'
WITH THAT WOMRIS I
LIKE Ao F I WU
FOR RENT ROOMS.
THREE pleasant rooms, private bath, 2d
floor. Separate entrance; can furnish
bedroom: on carline; garage. K1S. 4277.
2817 POPPLETON Ave., 4 modern un
furnished rooms, with kitchenette, for
light housekeeping, call Harney 3331
FOR RENT HOUSES.
BEAUTIFUL 8-room residence In select
district located at 2585 Titus Ave., June
16 to Sept. 1. Rental (125 per mo,
Applicant must give first class references.
Call Kenwood 5243.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
COMPLETELY furnished 2 and 3-room
apartments;, will accommodate four;
private bath with shower; walking dis
tance, is r own Apta., 508 N. 21st St.
CHOICE, cool, roomy furnished apart
ment, flvo rooms and sleeping porch, 31st
and Farnam sts. Page Apts. Includes
garage, -until October 1. 3110 per mo.
Call Douglas 7716.
SUITE of 3 rooms, excellently furnished.
with bath; all modern equipment; rent
reasonable. 2063 Farnam St.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists In apartment management.
MODERN Apt., 2 rooms, kitchenette and
bath. Janitor service. $45.00. The Persh
ing. 823 S. 24th.
3 TO 6-ROOM modern flats; move now.
Ksenn. 622 raxton BlocK.
$40 5-room modern flat, 2828 N. 16th.
Key at wour store.
FOR RENT Business Property
8EE F. D. WEAD. 210 S. 18TII ST.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
MOVE IT YOURSELF.
Do ypu busy people know es
pecially those who have to put
in a full day's worn that you
can rent a one-ton Ford truck
and Drive It Yourself night or
day and do alt your trucking or
moving. Handle your own stuff
and cut your cost half In two.
We never close.
Drive It Yourself Co.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
Omaha van and storage co..
103 South 16th. Doug. 4163
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bewen Co. Atlantic 3400.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your moving, p.icktng
and storage. 1605 Davenport. JA. 2908.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
TEAM of mares, wagon, harness, 8 acres
corn, i acre potatoes. Kenwood 2215.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
WHEAT screenings $4.60 per 100: del. A.
w. vyagner, But IN. loin. us. ms.
WHEAT screenings, $4.50 per 100 del. A.
w. Wagner, 801 N. 16th. DO. 1142.
AIREDALE pups, 2224 Dodge. AT 5873.
FORTY laying hens. Kenwood 4467.
MILK - cows, $40 and up. AT. 3357.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
BE SURE TO ATTEND
USED CAR SALE
- PETERSON MOTOR CO.,
, . S71J Farnam St.
ALL THIS WEK
S T U T Z .
1920, 4-passenger, run only 6,000 miles.
Postively good as new and genuine
Will give terms and take in good
low priced car as part payment.
Phone Mr. O'Dell, Harney 0868, busi
Harney 0100 evenings.
1920 Buick Roadster.
Here you are, an exceptional good
K-44 1920 Buick roadster with new
tires and reflnlshed complete. Every
detail on this car is Just like new and
our price Is right. Call Douglas 1970
Guy L. Smith,
Good mechanical condition.
And a bargain.
For $750. terms.
Call Mr. O'Dell, Harney 0863, busi
Harney 0100 evenings.
SOME bargains In used Kurd cars. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. Tba Handy Ford
Service Station, "b and Jackson,
NEW and used cars bought and sold.
Goldstrom Auto Sales. 1318 Harney.
USED cars, bought, sold and exchanged.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.. 2210 Farnam St.
1919 ALLEN touring; new motor; new
tires; new paint; $475. Walnut 6544.
GOOD as new. In perfect condition, 1920
Buick Touring car. Kenwood 1577.
1919 SCRIPPS-BOOTH 6: runs like new;
a bargain. Walnut 5544.
Repairing and Painting.
WHITE garage; gen. auto repair, storage
and auto painting; day and night serv
ice; all work guaranteed. New manage
ment. Olen Morse, 723 S. 27th. JA. 0422.
Clltes & Peterson, auto repair. 810 S. 2oth.
HOLLY, expert auto trlmmej.. 812 S. 24th.
INTERLOCK inner tires and reliners do
prevent punctures and blowouts. Vul
canizers Supply Co., 2912 Farnam St.
EQUITY Land Exchange, St. Paul, Minn,
Real 'Estate Loans.
WE have caab on hand to loan on Omaha
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.
538 Keellne Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 2715.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly.
F. D. WEAD. Weed Bldg.. 310 8. 18th St.
1ST MORTGAGES bought
Ja. 1180. (
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
RTpTTj'rprp REAL ESTATE:
XJiniYXJ 1 1 g.,11.. Rents, Insures
350 Pettrs Trust Bldg. Jackson 063.1.
WANT a 5 or 6-room home: can pay $:00
raxl, $25 a rnnnth; good party. Bnv
eVkO. Giuuba Bus,
SEE JIGGS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Not. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 1426
HAVE inquiries for homes do you want
to sell your property 7 l-ist it with
t:. A. urtmmel, Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg
LIST homes and Income property with
GRUENIG REALTY CO.,
1418 1st Nat. Bit. Bldg. Jackson 1966.
WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES
C. B. STUHT CO.,
City Nat'l Bldg. Douglas 87ST,
THE Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
1506 Dodge St. Douglas 1345.
LIST with us. We guarantee results.
Star Realty Co., 715 Bee. Douglas 6545.
Western Real Estate Co., 413 Karbach B,
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
$200 lot easy terms.
Amos Grant Co.,
330 Brandels Th. Bldg. Douglas 8380.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
VACANT lot, trade for auto. Harney
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
New Dundee Home.
Six-room (3 corner bedrooms), 2
story home. Beautifully finished. Fire
place. Complete In every detail. Garage,
$2,500 cash; terms on balance. 317 S.
Mattson & Smails,
Douglas S102. 3214 City Nat'l Bank.
Nethaway. Flor. prop., no colored. KG, 1409
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Lovely Home Priced
Right Built Right
6 lovely rooms. Cozy sunroom. Large
sleeping porch. Fine full basement. At
tractive shady yard. Phone at once for
appointment for inspection. You will
feel at home as soon as you are Inside.
BROWN REALTY CO., JACKSON 1506.
(Evenings Wal. 6391).
205 South 19th. St., Room 211.
Well-built home with large liv
ing: room across front, dining
room and kitchen, downstairs.
Three bedrooms and bath upstairs.
Finished in oak, maple and birch.
Larsre beautiful lot. Specials ,
paid. Price $8,760 on terms. Pos
session at once.
E. H. Benner Comany,
437 Railway Kxoh.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton Blk. Atlantic 4880.
D. K. BUCK A CO. buy and sell homes.
Miller Park Bungalow
We just listed this morning
one of the most up-to-the-minute
complete bungalows in the
Miller Park district, consisting
of 5 rooms and bath on first
floor and special built; all oak
floors and oak finish, built-in
bookcases, built-in buffet, com
bination bedroom and sunroom,
full cement basement, and dandy
big attic, garage and drive, paved
street, south front, half block
from car, 2 blocks from Miller
Park and close to school. Own
er would consider taking In a
good lot, rightly located. Small
cash payment for equity. Pos
session given shortly.
Payne Investment Co.,
537 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. DO. 1780.
Sundays call KE. 3227.
On King St., 2 blocks to' car.
Beautiful corner, 256x130. An
ideal country home with all city
advantages. City water, sewer,
cement sidewalks and electric
lights. All kinds of fruit, shade
trees, lots of shrubbery. All kinds
of berries and grape vines. The
most wonderful view in the city.
A thoroughly modern house of 7
rooms. Four rooms finished In
oak and bath on first floor. Ce
mented basement, fine furnace.
Owner is leaving city and can
give Immediate possession. Ask-
ing $7,500 and is well worth It.
v but let us show you and make
Charles W. Martin & Co.,
T42 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. AT. 0187.
A Modern Home
At Pre-War Price.
HOT 'WATER HEAT, COMPLETE
PLUMBING. ELECTRIC LIGHT,
ALL FOR 83,900.
4039 Ames avenue, has large
IP-'ing room, dining room and
kitchen on first floor; two splen
did bedrooms with large cloaets
,-tntl fine bHth room nn Necond
floor; fine garden and chicken
house. Call at store, 4001 Ames
avenue, for key and see us quick
for easy ternte.
Payne i Carnaby Co.,
Twenty-five years' Realtor Service.
(16 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Jackson 1018.
STRICTLY MODERN. BRAND NEW.
If you have a little cash and can
make good monthly payments I can
sell you a 5 or 6-ronm home, well lo
cated. Douglas 7412 clays. Atlantic
2501 evenings. Mr. Carse.
t J I At II I i c- &. ri . I latll ft -i
1921 BY INT L FEATURE StRVICf. Ir "j 6'8
The entire real estate, persons) property, bills and accounts receivable,
equipment and good-will of the Farmers' Union of Bayard will be sold for
cash to the highest bidder on Wednesday, Jun IS. 1921, at the hour 'of
2 p. m by the Board of Directors of the Farmers' Union of Bayard, at the
office of Richards ft Carter, Bayard, Neb.
None but sealed bids will be considered, and ssid sealed bids must be
mailed to Richards ft Carter, Bayard, Neb., so that they may be received before
the hour and day set for the sale.
A certified check for $230 must accompany each bid. Each prospective
,. bidder will have the opportunity of inspecting and invoicing the said Property
after June 8, 1921. IRA DORMER, See.
Purse $400, claiming four and one
1481Pats!e Harris (101).
1494Waneta Park (101).
1507The Boy Favorite (106).
May Craig 10).
14! Bula Muld (106).
1505 frisple (113).
1507 Tom Caro (114).
149SPatsy O'Neil (106).
1488 Bon Box (118).
Purse $44)0, claiming four and one.
1491 Apple Blossom (100).
1488 Blue (106).
1491 Dolly Link (106).
1487 Nadlne H (106).
1501 Stllpo (111).
1501 Sparton Boy (111).
1506 John Npohn (111).
. (1500) Kimberly (118).
Five and a half furlongs, claiming
purse $400, three and upward.
1482 Bess Welch (103).
1505 Zainer (103).
1502 Repent (103).
130STempy Duncan (105).
1593Rutb Wehle (106).
1495 Hand Sweep (108k
1507'Jlunter Piatt (111).
1484 Jno. R. Roche (116).
1601 Kl Capltana (116).
1506 Blue Jay (116).
1501 Old Man Crlt (116).
Purse $400, claiming- six furlongs,
8-year-olds and up; maidens,
1409 Big; Cedar (10S).
1507 Alice Byers (105).
1490 Jessie Wood (110).
1501 Pembroke (110).
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Out of town owner is anxious
to sell his beautiful home at 4317
Franklin street, first floor has nice
large living room, dining room and
kitchen, oak floors and finish.
Three nice bed rooms and bath,
full cemented basement, nice large
lot, lots of trees and shrubbery
double garage, street paved. See
this today at 4317 Franklin St.
Payne & Carnaby Co.,
818 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. JA. 1018.
5 ROOMS $4,750.
Strictly modern bungalow, oak fin
ish; corner lot; easy terms.
Glover & Spain,
Jackson 2850. . 018 City Nat'l.
2882 IDA ST.
At this address we have a
splendid kellastone bungalow not
yet 8 months old. The owner
. is moving away and wished to
sell. It has five fine rooms be
sides a delightful breakfast room.
. Finished in oak from top to bot
tom. Very convenient and pretty
built-in features. It has a tile
bath room, floored attic, full
cement basement. The house
fronts south on a dandy lot. 12,000
cash to handle.
Payne & Carnaby Co.,
818 Omaha Nat'l Bldg. Jackson 1016
5 ROOMS AND BATH, 82,700.
Four good rooms downstatrs, one big
bedroom and bath up; full basement
not finished; aewer, lights and gas; wa
ter In street, pipes all in but not con
nected; 60 ft, lot; IV, blocks to car
and stores, 2V& blocks to school; sick
' nass compels sale; no raise In price;
8800 cash, balance $28 per month in
cluding interest. Open for inspection
any evening after 8. 8426 Taylor St
PRICE $7,600 11,000 CASH.
Mlnne Lusa bungalow, 6 large rooms
and bath; oak finish, oak floor, stair to
attic; rooms nicely decorated; full base
ment: furnace heat: exterior, shingle:
double garage to match house, solid ce
ment drive; located close to car and
school; owner leaving city this week;
RASP BROS., 212 Keellne Bldg. AT 0721.
Seven-room modern house, garage.
4720 N. 39TH ST. Good -room house,
modern except heat $700, balance
monthly. Creigh, 608 Bee. JA. 0t30,
SOUTH FRONT; 5 rooms; sunroom; frame
and stucco bungalow; garage to match
Alfred Thomas & Son. Jackson 0064.
J. B. ROBINSON, real estate and Invest
ment 543 Peters Trust Doug. 1097.
Supply Your Needs
Bee Want Ads Best Results
The Board of Education will
sell at public auction at ten
o'clock a. m., Monday, June 13,
1921, four houses located as fol
lows: 3032, 3102, 3208 Burt
St. and 811 North 31st St.
Houses to be removed within 30
days. Terms cash. James L.
Dowd, auctioneer. Sale will be
held on the premises. For 'par
ticulars of sale, inquire of the
W. T. Bourke, Secretary,
603 City Hall.
Drawn for The Bee by McManu.
t'DDvriBht. 10-1 Intr" -, Service
Texas Chief (110).
Air Queen (110).
R. Lester (115).
Doctor Blues (115).
Little Red (115).
Ak-Snr-Brn Queen's Handicap.
Purse $1,000, three and up; six fur
furlongs. 1503 tiuldles (95).
1483 (irnmbling Ina (100).
1508 Sandy II (112).
1493 Fhrone Ward (112).
1496 Orchid King (113).
1509 Byrne (114).
1593 Loyalist (117).
1503 Herder (117).
1493 Rifle (120).
1497 lady In Black (126).
Coupled as N. H. I'pdlke entry,
Coupled as Dondas entry.
Turse $400, claiming- one mile, three
1499 Lola (109).
1510 Howard Bland (114).
1504 Patsy Mark (114).
1504 Rwenson (114).
1510 All Bright (114).
1498 Canute (117).
Hasty Riches (117).
Purse, $400 claiming one mile; three
1510Audrey K (107).
1496 Camilla Muller (109).
1498 BUI Sparks (114).
1496 Dragon Rock (114).
1484 Brando (114).
1504 N. K. Seal (114).
Apprentice allowance claimed.
Weather clear. Track fast.
Women Voters of
State in Session
Umaha Women dpeak at
Opening Meeting of Lin
The second annual convention of
the Nebraska League of Women
Voters opened in Lincoln yesterday
morning with 100 women in attend
Mrs. Charles H. Dietrich of
Hastings, state president, presided
The big business of the morning
was the amendments to the consti
tution and the following recom
mendations made by the executive
council: First, that the league as
an organization shall not endorse
candidates; second, that al! officers
of the league as individuals shall be
permitted to work for or against
candidates; third, that the league
may publish the record of candidates
Omaha women who spoke at the
mornine session were Mrs. Charles
Johannes; treasurer; Dr. Jennie
Callfas, who spoke on social Hygiene,
and Mrs. Cyrus Mason, on govern
Other Omaha women attending
include Mesdames Draper Smith, R.
B. Howell, Hester Bronson Copper,
G. Bronson, F. H. Cole, Irving Bax
ter, E. W. Spencer, H. J. bailey and
C. J. Hubbard.
Mrs. E. S. Rood of Omaha, chair
man of the Douglas county league
and vice chairman of the board ot di
rectors, is not attending the conven
tion. . .
The nominating committee of the
Nebraska League of Women Voters
presented the following slate for elec
tion at the afternoon session: For
president, Mrs. C. G. Ryan of Grand
Island: first vice president, Mrs. E.
D. Healy of Bloomfieldf second vice
president, Mrs. John Senning of Lin
coln; . third vice president, Mrs.
Charles Dietrich ot Hastings; secre
tary, Miss May Gund of Lincoln:
treasurer. Mrs. Ward fc.. Miater oi
Omaha; and the following directors:
First Congressional district, Mrs. E.
F. Pettis of Lincoln; Second district,
Mrs. H. T. Bailey of Omaha; Third
district, Mrs. Louise Ornsby Thomp
son of Central City; fourth district,
Mrs. T.'E. Vance of Muford: fifth
district, Mrs. A. H. Brooks of Hast
ings; Sixth district, Mrs. C. H. Rock
well of Valentine.
Increase in Use of Drugs
Is Blamed on Prohibition
St. Louis, June 7. Belief that the
advent of prohibition has caused a
most serious increase in the use of
habit-forming drugs was expressed
at opening sessions of the convention
of the International Association of
Chiefs of Police.
Emphasis was placed on the addi
tional difficulties met b police due
to the perfection of more rapid means
of locomotion, including th airplane
and automobile, in the annual report
of Supt. E. Van Buskirk of the na
tional bureau of criminal identifica
tion. German Defense in Silesia
Is Being Strengthened
Paris, June 7. (Havas.) News
paper dispatches from Silesia report
the continual arrival of German de
fense organizations in upper Silesia
and it is declared that the situation
there is becoming increasingly se
rious. Newsprint Prices Lower
New York, June 7. Reductions in
the price of newsprint paper from
$110 a ton to $95 were announced by
the International Paper company and
the Canadian Export Paper com
pany. The lower quotation applies
to deliveries in the third quarter of
Is Sole Survivor,
Of Noted Group,
Late General Horace PortesJ
Saiil tn TTdva TTnrl Most Aciiln
Intellect of Trio; Success
ful Rail Promoter.
At the head of the great stairway
which leads from the main floor of
the Union League club to the li
brary, a portrait of Gen. Horace
Porter was hung a few days before
hU Heath Th na inter had caufifht
anil nlnrerl nnnn the ranvas the fa
miliar and characteristic expression
which even in moments oi excite
ment dominated General Porter's
foatiirpc U seemed almost as
though the pictured lips would part
Chaunrcv M. Deoew stood for
many minutes on the day of Gen
eral Porters death bctore tins por
trait. He was much affected by it.
Hp sairl that it was a true likeness
of a great American and one with
whom he had been in intimate
frionrUhin fnr manv vears. He
turned his face for a moment to
conceal his emotion and then, mas
tering himself, said sadly, "My
friend has gone and I, three years
his elder, have been left."
Depew, Joseph H. Choate and
General Porter were a distinguished
group of three of the generation
that has passed who had gained na
tional reputation and who repre
sented not only much that was best
in New York City but also in the
United States. , Of these three, De
pew alone remains and there is no
promise of a succession to ' these "
three in the generation which is now
taking the place of the older genera
tion, of which a few venerable men
, Acute Intellect.
General Porter possessed perhaps the)
most acute intellect of any of the three.
He differed greatly in many respects from
the other two with whom his name bad
been so frequently associated. AH were
masters of one form or another of publlo
speech. Each reached his highest power
as an orator by methods which dis
tinguished each from the othera.
No man labored with more Intense con
centration of mind while preparing tha
sentences which he was to deliver In
publlo than General Porter. He carved
each sentence as the sculptor carves the
marble. He aimed at perfect concentra
tion Into the simplest form of a thought
which he believed to be worthy of utter
ance and as he always thought concisely
so his sentences were many times of epi
grammatic form. Ho adopted the long
sentence and he was almost noedlesBly
critical in his choice of words.
Character of Intellect.
This, however, was characteristic of the
Intellect which distinguished General Por
ter. In all hia varied activities as a
soldier, as a director and promoter of rail
roads and as a diplomat his mind operated
exactly as it did when he prepared his
addresses. His only book, "Campaigning
With Grant," which will remain probably
the classic story of the war. as General
Grant was identified with it and which!
admirably supplements uenerai urani o
personal memoirs, was prepared with In
finite toll. Yet so complete was the mas
tery of General Porter of the art of com
position that the report which he made
in this book of the campaign with Grant
reveals not the slightest hint of the
labor which wars bestowed upon it.
General porter unnersiooo oom uus .
and the science of politics, out never
cared to play the game. Hla intensity of
purpose ana persistency wero
when others, having failed to obtain the
money needed to secure on the banks of
the Hudson the resting place of General .
Grant. General Porter set out upon tnt
miftainn snil In a few days was In pos-.v -
Handling of Ball Problems.
An Interesting- and instructive report
could be made of General Porter's master
ly handling of certain rauroaa prooiems.
His triumph was so great as to bring him,
substantial fortune. it
It was a common possession or uit
three distinguished Americans tnai an
were gifted with a sense of humor and
the capacity for wit. Choate chuckled
and even gloried in his wit. With Depew
the expression was more in the form of
humor than wit, but it came spontaneous
ly. General Porter, a solemn face, a
peculiar grim expression which always
accompanied his flashes of brilliant wit
and the charm of his humorous allusions
undoubtedly added to the affect irhictt
he sought to produce.
Unlike Choate or Depew, General Por
ter saw severe service in the war. And
It was a silent testimony to that servlco
which was given when nls swora ana
army hat were placed on his coffin on
the day of the funeral. Many have been
told that General Porter was the sur
vivor of the historic meeting between Gen
eral Grant- and General Lee at Appomat
tox. That, however, was not correct. Lin
coln's son was there, standing -In the
shadow of a corner of the room and he
now remains the aole survivor of that
Never Acted Fart.
General Porter differed from the other
two who together with him constituted
the most Interesting and remarkable trio
ot their generation in being always sin
cere. He never acted a part. -
Choate was a consummate actor ana nm
most brilliant addresses reflected tnis
nower. He was not a profound thinker
as Porter always was and as Depew is)
frequently. But the personal charm of
the man, the noble, Apollo like head, the
beautiful tones of his voice snd his per
sonality as a whole captivated those whs
Porter, on the other hand, was always
sincere and many times very impressive.
The closing paragraph of nls address on
Lincoln is a gem of English and deserves
to be ranked as a classlo with Blaine's
peroration in his eulogy upon General
Depew epitomized tn a rew woras tne
distinguished characterlstio of Horace
Porter wnen ne aaia, - mat ts a laiimui
likeness of one of the great Americans."
By Dr. Dwight Murray
At National Meeting
Boston, June 7. Use of the Sun--
day newspapers as a connecting1
link- Ktivn th nrnfpccinnal rfnr. .
tor and the layman was suggested
toriay by Lr. uwignt Murray or
Syracuse, N. Y., speaker of the house
of delegates of the American Med
Physicians should take the public
Jntrt iUnir frtnfirlpnr trt a larcrer de
gree than in the past, he declared
in an address at the opening session
of the house of delegates meeting
here in connection with the annual
convention of the medical associa
tion. , , . . .
Tk ..iWr'i ttand was tioheid hy
Tl TJ.".K, Wnrt of Pupblo. Colo.. "
president-elect of the association.
"Medicine snouia lie aavcruscu.
. .m 'lt should be oooularized.
Much more work should be done by :
the health authorities along these :
lines. State societies should have
nawi crrtarie who can cive their
full time to the work and the Amer
ican Medical association should have
a staff of naid secretaries to do or
Iowa Representative Would
Change Transportation Act
Washington, June 7. Repeal ot
the section of the transportation act
authorizing the Interstate Commerce
tommission to fix such rates as will,
vield railroads a return of at least
5 '4 per cent of the aggregate value
of the properties, is proposed in a bill .;.
introduced by Representative Sweet. ::
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