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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
KOCH FredT AuKHat 3. 19:11, alTed m7
Funeral servires will be held from tit.
Taul Kpisi-opul church, Thirty-second
anil California, Friday, August 6 at 3:30
o'clock p. in. Interment West Lawn
cemetery. Friends Invited.
HULSE & RIEPEN,
(Formerly at 701 South Sixteenth St.)
Have moved to
22:4 CUMMINQ STREET.
STACK & FALCONER
5 rro A M B U L A N C E ar Vo
Thirty-third and Farnam.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY
Cndrtakra and Embalmers.
Phone HA. 265. Office 2B11 Farnam.
FOK AMBULANCE call Market CbcO.
KorlsKo Funeral Home. 23d and O Sta.
LEE L. LARMON FVHZT
IM4 Dougla St.
JOHN UATH. 1u Farnam. Jackson 1906.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Bohumll and Johanna Plarek, boy. 641S
.lames F. and Gertrude Hurd, boy, 2924
1'red and Sadie Uehllng, girl, hospital.
James and Emma Miller, boy, Flfty
aorond and P.
Anton and France Benedetto, girl, 1129
II. K. and Maude Melluni, boy, 4604
Edgar and Clara Geesman. boy. hos
George and Orace Kay, girl, 3302 Bed
Orlando and Genevieve Gasson, boy,
21"9 North Twenty-eighth.
James and Lola Harvey, boy, hospital.
Frank and Kdna I.af. girl, hospital.
Forrest and Pearl Tatroe, boy, 1814
John and Frances Karpf, girl, 116
Frank and Myra Benton, girl, 6064
Edmonrl I.evellle, 64. hospital.
Rudolph Heller, 1 day, 3836 Drexel.
Maria Hennig Sturn, 7J, 6019 Blnney.
Joseph Urbance, jr., S months, 1608 N.
Frank W. Fogg, 60, 3116 Dodge.
William Malloy, 61, hospital.
Josephine Howard, 26, hospital.
Daniel Splllard, 69, 3609 Newport ave
nue. MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Permits to wed havo been Issued to the
Orville Lee Hedrlck, 25, Pawnee City,
Neb., and Alsyn V. Mohrman, 20, Omaha.
Leo J. Anibs, 26, and Anna T. Grlnnell,
Ernest L. Brown, 24, Omaha, and Alice
I,. Irwin, 21, Omaha.
Ernest O. Drexel, over 51. Omaha, and
Clara M. Gottneld, over SI. Omaha.
John D. Suchart. 24, Omaha, and Mar
garet Carr, 20, Omaha.
Ed Various. 27, Omaha, and Bessie
Vnnnl 26. Omaha.
Edward B. Glllen, 23, Omaha, and
Clara M. Glllen. 25. Omaha.
Thomas P. Petersen, 29, Moorecroft,
Wyo., and Clara A. Bulwam, 28, Exeter,
Charles H. Johnson, 3fi, Council Bluffs,
la., and Delia M. Rust, 21, Oakland, la.
William H. Heltrltter, 64, Sioux City,
la., and Elizabeth J. I'arko, 62, Sioux
City. la. . ,.
Forrest Anspach. 36. Nebraska City,
mid Avis Ramsey, 25, Nebraska City.
Rufus Rogers, 21. Sa;ben. Neb., and
Eva N. Wilson. 19, Sarlien. Neb.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on street cars teis
phon Tvler 800. We are anxious to. re
store lost article to rightful owners.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
LOST Suitcase containing lady's apparel,
on West Q street, between 4 and 8
o'clock. Finder notify Harney 381S.
3421 Parker St.
AUG. 1, on S. 33d, bet. Dodge and Far
nam. cold watch, hunting case, How
ard movement, pleas
call HA. 2367.
CAMEO brooch, on Benson car or Krug
park, Wed. evening, valued as heir
loom. Return Keen hotel. Liberal reward.
ETRAYED or stolen, brown mare, weight
about 1.250, shoes on all feet, right ear
slit. Joe Paot. Kenwood 4213-3.
AT Union station or on car. bunch keys
on ribbon. Reward. KEN. 4293.
WHITE spits dog, tag number 4925, call
Atlantic 4838. Reward.
Wrist watch. "B.S." on hack. W' A 2238. Rwd.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
(ollclts your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. We distribute.
Phone Dougla 4135 and our wagon
will call. Call and Inspect our new
home. 1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
It prevents the hair falling out or
turning Bray; often restores gray hair.
This Is no fake. Enclose stamped, self
addressed envelope to P. O. Box 66,
Denver, Colo., for Information.
LOEBACK will not. after
be responsible for any bills
made by his wife. Mrs. Alice I.oebeck.
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
ft SWORODA. 1415 FARNAM STREET.
HATTIB Puinam Nubone Corset Shop.
802 Karbach Blk.. At. 293.
CHILDREN cared for by week.
MASSAGE 21U North Seventeenth Street.
(Swedish massage, massuese.209 S.20.D.6877.
WENT HOOVER vacuum, 81 up. Har. 1071.
ELECTRIC bath and massage. Web. 2911.
WEAVING Old rugs remade. AT. 143S.
MASSAGE Call Douglas 9549.
SWEDISH massage. 318 Neville Block.
MASSAGE For appointment At. 6365.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all size and
styles: hemstitching, picot edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co., 308
Brown Blk. Jackson 1936.
N;b. Pleating & Button Co.. 1806 Farnam
St. 2d floor. Douglas 6670.
BRICK plasterer and cement, new and
repair work. J. Nsu. Walnut 4567.
T"el Pino School for Dancing. 2424
XVcl-X IHC Farnam.. Douglas 7850.
RFT.IABl.R Detective Bureau, Railway
Ex. Bldg., J A. 2056. Night. KEN. 2813.
Independent Detective Bureau, 304 Neville
Blk Atl. 6501: night, Wal. 4056: K. 0465.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
fee u red In all cases. Atlantic 1136.
DRESSMAKING. 408 SOUTH 24TH ST.
SRWING. all kinds. Harney 1615.
Fl'US remodeled, rellned and cleaned.
KNEETER ALASKA FUJI CO..
20.1 8. lath St. I Dmiglas 72M.
FILMS developed, one-day service, Kas
Studio. 213-2 Neville Blk.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging
Writ for price. The Ensign Co., 1607
URITT rrintiu, Co.. I Elk Bldg,
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ANNOUNCEMENTS. HELP WANTEDFEMALE. HORSES AND VEHICLES. REAL ESTATE WANTED. f c Lite c hv . . . -
Painting and Paperhanging.
PAPKRHANUING, painting. varnlshlnB,
floor waxed, paper cleaning. WA 4567.
URST-CI.ASS painting itnd paperhanging.
H. A. Clapp. Douslas 49(19.
J. W. MARTIN, patent atty.. 171 Dodge.
Omaha Indian Pow-Wow
Macy, Neb., Aug. 10 to 22. Sunday.
big days. Old-time Indian war dances
In full costumes, paint and feathers,
Thomas Walker, See'y.
pay the beat
1 price with prlrllegs
to buy back at amall profit. GROSS
JEVi:i.RY CO.. 402 N. 16th SL Doug
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattreses made
over In new ticks at hat; the price of
new beds. 1907 Cuming. Jackson 2467.
RAZOR BLADES sharpened. Single. 36c
double edge, 45c dos. Mall orders so
licited. Omaha snarp Co. 103 N. Ifitn.
NEW and rebuilt electrical apparatus.
Liotsron uiecmc, 318 a. I3tn St.. omana
ROGERS Confectionery Store, 24th and
Farnam St., Jackson 0127.
vHITELY, tire and radiator man; rea.
prices; work guar. 320 S. 13th. DO. 6603.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 S. 11th. J A. 062S
Furniture and Household Goods.
Of unredeemed furniture and house
hold effects to satisfy accrued storage
charges. Kale 10 a. m., Saturday,
Omaha Van & Storage Co.,
806 South 16th street.
COMBINATION bookcase. Dg.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
GEOROK .. SMITH Dealer in drums.
xylnpho s. etc., Instructions, repairing.
Address 2761 Davenport St. for catalog.
Phone Harney 2967. Try Smith' pedal.
WONDERFUL rnrgains in phonos and rec
ords. Shlaes Phonograph Co., 1404 Dodge,
FINE mahogany piano. Reas. MA. 2160
Typewriters and Supplies.
All MAKES bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agent for the CORONA.
Get our prices befor you buy. Eery
Central Typewriter Exc.
Jackson 4120. 1912 Farnam.
Lumber and Building Material.
NEW and used lumber, kindling delivered.
Mickiln Lumber Wrecking Co., 24th and
Burdette Sts. Tel. Webster 665S. - .
W rent, repair, sel needle and part.
16th and Harney Douglas 1978.
WHILE the weather permits we are able
to till our Kindling orders an over the
city; prepare yours now and save worry
later. Mickiln Lumber and Wrecking
Co., 24th and Burdette. Webster 6665.
FOR SALE New Wallls tractors, four-
wheel, 81,200; three-wheel, 31,000, tho
two for less. Write E. E. Hazcn, ex
dealer. Hiawatha, Kan.
WE buy, sell safes, make desks, show
cases, etc. Omaha Fixture & supply Co.,
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas. JA 2721.
BUY your kindling wood now: be shortage
this fall. Acme Box Co., Harney 1807.
WANTED TO BUY..
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. D. 6140
USED mimeograph or multograph; good
condition; reasonable. liox A-yo. iee.
BEST prices paid for clothing. AT. 0869.
WHITE chauffeur wishes job after Au
gust 15; good references. Box Y-1617,
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't miss them.
REFINED widow, American, wants po
sition as housekeeper, or as a compan
ion to Invalid. Address Box Y-1620,
Laundry and Day Work.
WHITE woman wants day work. D. 8333.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Credit man, experience In
placing credit lines, analyzing ac
counts and writing collection letters
necessary. State age, experience and
salary expected. Give phone number.
All replies confidential. Address Box
A-91, Omaha Bee.
Professions and Trades.
Experienced overall and pant cut
ter. Must bo able to mark and use
electric cutting machine. Union shop.
Give references in first letter. Address
Boss Overall Factory, Los Angeles, Cal.
HOLER BARBER COLLEGE.
110 8. 14th. Write for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Who Travel in a
Why waste all that energy fighting the
steering wheel T Use It on your customers.
Let us attach a Worm Steering Gear.
Special prices made to traveling men.
Sprague Tire Company,
ISth and Cuming Sts.
WILL pay boy's way through business col
legs for doing about an hours light
Janitor work. No Sunday work. Call
1.000 MEN WANTED TO WEAR
Uncle Sam's Shoe at 33.90 Par Pair.
MIDWEST HARNESS CO.. J06 N. 16th.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
TEACHERS, register free. Many call.
Westmore Agency. Spokane. Wash.
Household and Domestic.
WANT a girl for general housework, Mr.
O. P. Stebbcn. 2032 Dodge,
Household and Domestic.
Watch the Domestic Column of The
Bee Want Ads. Good well-paid and
homelike plaoo always advertised.
WHITE glr competent, for general house
work; 2 In family. 604 S. 36th. Harney
EXPERIENCED white cook. Mrs. W. D.
Hosford, 626 S. 37th St. Harney 0087.
WHITE maid for general housework,
Mrs. Ralph Peters, 614 S. 40th. HA 0205.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men. ladies and boy to learn
barber trade; big demand, wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge 6t. Trl-Clty Barber College.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete course In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, hort
hand and typewriting, railroad and
wireless telegraphy, civil service and all
Englirh and commercial branches.
Write, call or phone Jackson 1566 for
large Illustrated catalog. Address
BOYLES COLLEGE, -
Boyle Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
GLASGOW. ANNIE E voice and piano.
"503 Karbach Block. Jackson 1081.
FOR SALE Small coupe, Just the thing
for man and wife, can be bought on easy
terms. Inquire 916 Vi West Broadway,
Co. Bluffs, D. 4516.
PAYING cash grocery, sales over 350,000
annually, Invoice 15,600; no trades; ill
. health. Orocerterla, 113 N. 29th St.,
WANT to hear from owner having busi
ness for sale. J. C. McConney, Termin
al building, Omaha, Neb.
GROCERY STORE and meat market,
good trade. 2621 N St. Market 3620.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS 7
Or have you planned on making a
change, which will be more convenient
for youT If so, then call The Bee Want
Ad Dept., Tyler 1000, and we will not
only furnish you with a complete room
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 list are absolutely
free of charge to all reader and adver
tisers of The Omaha Bee and published
solely for their convenience-and benefit.
Call any time. Atlantlo 1000. Want
Ad Dept. (
2216 Davenport Large rm. for 2 gentle'
men, strictly mod., prlv. home, close in.
FURNISHED room In private family,
beautiful home,; also garage. Har
SUITE of beautiful rooms, including sun
room, strictly prlvato, 3405 Dewey. HA,
LARGE neatly furnished room, modern,
private home, close In. HA. 3631.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF 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.
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, walking dis
tance, very reasonable. Harney
TWO rooms and kitchenette reas. HA 2505,
1806 CHICAGO, housekeeping rooms.
Board and Rooms.
FOR CHOICE BOARD AND RM. WATCH
THE BEE WANT ADS, AND IF YOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL AT. 1000
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
LIST OF ROOMS.
LARGE room with alcove, 2 closets, nice
for family of three. HA. 2848.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
NICELY furnished house, beautifully lo
cated in Hanscom Park district, one
block from West Park car line. For
particulars call Harney 6093.
FIVE-ROOM bungalow and garage, not
yet one year old; strictly modern, $80
per montn. 2526 Nortn istn si. par
ticulars, Harney 4886.
2336 S. 32 AVE. 10-room brick and 8
car garage, oil heat, 2150; references
required. Call Harney 6683.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
31st and Farnam St. Clarlnda Annex,
five large comfortable rooms and sleep
ing porch, completely furnished, ready
for housekeeping. Will sublet until Oct.
1, next. Call Doug. 7715 week days
during business hours.
TO sublease, corner apt., with large liv
ing room, dressing room, kitchen and
tile bath to party buying furniture;
south exposure; reference required.
3122 Chicago St., modern, with kitchen
ette and bath. Rent reasonable. Phone
CLARINDA 31st and Farnam St.; very
fine six-room apartment. Including
maid's room and maid's bath adjoin
ing. Newly decorated, extra large fine
rooms, real fireplace, large balcony over
looking Turner Park. Price 3130 per
month. Call D. 7715 week days during
Peters Trust Company,
Specialist In apartment management.
DOUGLAS 6123. all modern flat to party
buying furniture, 6 room complete. Will
sacrifice If sold this week.
1818 Maple. 6 nice large rooms, modern,
FOUR room apt. Close In. Call JA. 0327.
FOR RENT Business Property
CORNER store. 22x60. 701 S. 16th St.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY
"Where Omaha Rent."
17th and Farnam St. Atlantic 0544.
SEE F. D. WE AD. 210 S. 18TH ST.
Office and Desk Room.
DESIRABLE office in the Wead Bldg.,
18th and Farnam St. F. D. Wead, 310
S. 18th St. Atlantic 0151.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
STORAGE MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
REDUCED FREIGHT RATE8 TO ALL
1107-11 Howard St Jackson 0288.
Separate locked -rooms for household
good and piano, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
606 South 16th. Dougla 4163.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Unwen Co. Atlantic 8400.
Use Bee want ads speedy results.
II. S Patent Office
ALL our horses, wagons, harness. We are
replacing with trucks. Will sell reason
able. Cudshy Packing Co. South Side.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
WHEAT screenings. 81.60 per 100 pounds.
Del. A. W. Wagner, 801 N. 16th St.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
Not abused cars. Bought, sold,
SALEDAY CAR CO.,
40th at Farnam.
FORD touring cars, roadsters, truck;
191. '20 and '21 model; with or 'It fl
out (tarter. We are nut in the used car
business and do not sell for a profit,
but are replacing our old equipment
with new. Drive-It-Yourself Co.. 1314
Howard St. Phone Douglas 3622.
FABRIC TIRE REPAIRS
BLOWOUTS OR RELINER8.
Three-ln. 82.25; 3i In. $2.50: 4 in. 83.00.
Used tires. Ford sizes, 83.00 and up. Hart
Tire and Rubber Co.. 718V 8o. 16th.
Truck tire repairs a specially.'
SOME bargains In used Ford car. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, 15th and Jackson,
BUY A GUY L. SMITH USED CAR.
A Safe Investment.
26th and Farnam St. Phone D. 1970.
A MARMON 34, renewed, 1 a better
car at Its price than any new car for
tne same price. H. Pelton Z019 Farnam.
INTERLOCK inner tires a-i rellner d
prevent puncture and blowouts. Vul
canlzers Supply Co.. 2912 Farnam St
WANTED To buy good second-hand
truck, 2-ton capacity. Dan Quinton,
USED cars, bought. old and exchanged.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.. 2210 Farnam St.
SCRIPPS-BOOTH model G. excellen
mech. con.; good tires; $250. WE. 6586,
NEW and used cars bought and sold
uoidstrom Auto Sales. 1318 Harney.
Repairing and Painting.
CHtes ft Peterson, auto repair. 810 S. 25th
HOLLT. expert auto trimmer. 812 S. 24th.
Used Tires Cheap
Standard makes, 30x3, 33; 30x3
ij.s"; azxa, .du; rour-mcn, .".
ADAMS TIRE & RUBBER CO..
6058 Military Ave. Walnut 6089.
FOR SALE or trade by owner, 160 or 120
acres in the wheat and corn belt of
oio.. easy terms. Box F, Holyoke, Colo,
EQUITY Land Exchange. St. Paul. Minn,
South Dakota Lands.
FOR SALE by owner, two good farms In
nana county, south Dakota. Both are
very good land and a bargain at the
price I will sell. One 961 acres, 600
acres in crop, balance In pasture, has
three groves and two wells and tho place
is leniru. win Taae some trade on
this farm. One .320 acres. 160 acres In
crop, balance In pasture. Has one grove
na ins piace is renced. u. L. Sllvis,
jo lentrai Trust Bldg., Rock Island
$1,000 Secures 250 Acres
With Good Team, Crops,
7 cows, tools, vehicles, machinery, etc.
snort walk, fine R. R. town, advantages
ciose cny marKets cut 60 tons hay, pas
tures 26 cows, 20 acres pasturo sheep
fenced, estimated 1.000 cords wn.irt ;
fruit; 10-room house, running spring
water; 3 barns. Splendid stock and
dairy opportunity. Owner retiring, J3.800
lanes an. t,uuo down, easy terms. De
tans page 17, Big Catalog. Strout
Farm Agency, 831 B F, Naw Yorx Ufa
tiog., Kansas city. Mo.
Real Estate Loans.
We have cash on hand to loan on Omaha
E. H. LOUGEE, INC..
538 Keellne Bldg.
HELD Land Co., real estate. loan and
insurance. ouo tu Hilary Ave.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 2715.
8100 to 810.000 made promptly.
F. T). WEAD. W.ad Bldg. 310 S. 18th St.
REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE FOR SALE.
A second mortgage for 36,300, inter
est 7 per cent, at a good discount, upon
a three-story mercantile building on
Farnam street, vauled at more than
350,000, and upon which there is a first
mortgage of 32.800. Address Attor
ney, care of The Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
Mrs. Home Owner,
We Can Sell Your
Home for you at a fair figure. Our
salesmen are experts and know how.
List with us and leave It in our hands.
We do the rest. We sold J 127,000 worth
of homes since June 1, We have buyers
waiting for Hanscom Park, West Side
or North Side homes.
D. E. Buck & Co.,
442 Omaha Nat. Bank. Douglas 8890.
TO HOME OWNERS.
We have clients for several 6, 6
room house wanted In all part of the
Dundee home owners: We need a
home for a client with 210.000 cash.
No Inflated values wanted.
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
820 First Nst. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 4223.
WE NEED WELL LOCATED LOTS.
We are having a large demand for
and are SELLING lots. If you want
to sell and want real service, call us
at once. If your price Is right, we'll
WILLARD C. SLAB AUG W. Rltor
McCague Building. Jackson 2!6.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 1426.
WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES
U a. MUHT CO
City Nat'l Bldg. Dougla 8787
THE Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
MLAUUii INVESTMENT CO.,
ioub uoage Ht. Dougla 1345.
PROMPT sales of your real estate; we
n many ouyers ann solicit your busl
ness. Shopen A Co., Realtors. J A. 4228.
HAVE Inquiries for home do you want
XT L our property r i,isi it with
C. A. Grlmmel. Omaha Nat'l Bk. Rw.
350 Peter Trust Bldg. Jackson 0633.
homes and Income property
1418 1st Nst. l.k. Bldg. Jackson 1966.
WA NTED Cottage, between Omaha and
xoutn Omaha preferred, 11,600 to 12,600.
Sox R-70, Omaha Be.
SEE JICCS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
WANT to buy 6 or 6-ronm home, west
or southwest; 11,000 cash. Address
Box K-7, Omaha Bee.
LIST with us. We guarantee results.
STIER REALTY CO., 716 Bee. DO. 6546
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
DUNDEE LOT SNAP
Three choice Dundee lots, well lo
cated. On corner lot, two Inside lots
adjoining at 83,000.
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY.
915 City Nat l Bank Bldg. Jackson 0046
East front, on Fontenelle blvd. Own
er will sacrifice lor quick sale. Call
NICE res. lot. For sale. Jackson 0206.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
24th Street Investment.
A business corner with a future on
N. 24th St. Consists of stores and flats.
Gross income about $3,700. Price $28,000.
About one-half rash.
Alfred Thomas & Son Co.,
Jackson 0046. 604 First Nat. Bank.
B. H. BENNER CO. TRACKAGE.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
WANTED Stock merchandise. 10 to 820,-
uuo, lor best located and improved stock
and grain Tarm in central Iowa;
miles to county seat town of 3,000,
Owned by two young men now em
ployed In large department tor and
want small business of their own. No
objection to small town store; best of
terms on balance on farm. If Inter
ested get busy; prefer to deal with
owner. we are no traacrs. Aaaress
Box Y-1621, Omaha Beo.
SPLENDID residence lot to exchange for
painting and paper hanging. Phone HA,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
BRICK VENEER HOME.
A beautiful, Ideally arranged, strictly
modern home. High class construction,
brick veneer, double garage and fine
east lot. There is nothing missing to
niako this a perfect home. Must be
seen to be appreciated. Call Jackson
H. A. SCOTT COMPANY,
207 McCague Building.
Nethaway. Flor. prop, no colored. KE. 1409
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
This all modern, 5-room cottage
Is one of the best buys In Omaha.
Oak finish throughout; built-in
buffet, bookcases and china
closets; two large, airy bedrooms,
tile bath, screened in rear porch,
full cemented basement, gas water
heater. This house Is in perfect
condition and is close to two good
car lines. Priced to sell at once
for 34,750 on terms. Evenings call
Mr. Shaver, Kenwood 3768: Mr.
Smith. Council Bluffs 21965; Mr.
Bughjer, Harney 0572; Mr. Hays,
Harney 4526; Mr. Anderson, Har
N. P. Dodge & Company,
T. W. Metcalfe,
Manager Local Department.
404 Mlckel Bldg., 15th and Harney.
Telephone Douglas 0S29.
This Is a dandy 7-room, strictly
modern home, well built; oak fin
ish 1st floor; good hot water heat
ing plant: large lot; driveway and
parage for two cars. Owner leav
ing city and very keen to sell.
Price and terms right. You can
get a real buy. Arrange with us
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Jackson 2850. 918-20 City National.
SEVEN ROOMS MODERN
Seven-room, full two-story home, In
fine repair; large 50 foot lot. paving
paid; one block to car line, close to
school and churches. Owner leaving
city In a few days and has cut price to
(5.750 for quick sale. A real buy at this
J. L. HIATT COMPANY,
1914-16 Douglas St. Atlantic 0061
Conveniently located near car line
and schools. Consists of 5 rooms with
oak floors and finish, built-in features;
$4,600 and not overpriced. Reasonable
terms. HA. 6701.
STIER REALTY CO.,
715 Peters Trust Bldg. DO. 6545.
$4,200 West Leavenworth
Six rooms, new; will be made all mod
ern: terms. S500 down and S40 a month.
Amos Grant Co., Realtors,
DO 8380. 330-2-4-6-8 Brandels Th. Bldg.
CLOSE WALKING DISTANCE.
GROUND ALONE WORTH THE MONEY.
Six-room, strictly modern, on one
floor; 11,000 down; price, $5,000: $50
month: choicest location; a wonderful
buy, will double In value.- Call Jackson
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
21 Paxton Blk. Atlantic 4880.
$3,750. SIX rooms, corner lot 100x159,
must be sold. Alfred Thomas & Son,
B. ROBINSON, real estate and Invest
ment. 642 Peters Trust DO. 8097.
D. E. BUCK & CO. buy and sell homes.
Ames Avenue Bungalow.
Five rooms and bath; all modern; oak
finish; paving all paid; $4,700; part
cash, balanco on terms.
P. J. Tebbens Co.,
605 Omaha Nat'l Bank. Jackson 2182.
IP you have an equity In an old house.
a good vacant lot. second mortgage or
contract and would like to apply It on
a fine new E-room, strictly modern
home, a stucco bungalow facing east,
It will pay you to ask for Mr. Cars at
Douglas 7412 days.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
SURE A BARGAIN
Come see and make offer. Nice home,
6 rooms, barn, chicken coop, trees;
good wster. Must sell In ( days. 2125
8. 43d. Walnut 2166.
CAN YOU BEAT THIS?
Five-room, all modern, oak finished
bungslnw: brand new; look at It; $5,300,
only $1,200 rash 2760 Laurel Ave.,
wner, kvahnter 6749.
Frightening Simon Screecher.
Mr. Meadow Mouse acted as if
he thought he had been a great help
when he said that Chirpy Cricket
would have to think of another way
to avoid Simon Screecher's cruel
talons. But the more Chirpy turned
the matter over in his mind the
He jumped right oxmr Mk Meadow
Mouse and hid under the fence.
further he seemed to be from any
plan. For several days and nights
he puzzled over his problem. And
every time he heard Simon Screech
er s unearthly wail he shivered so
hard that his fiddling actually seemed
to shiver too.
Mr. Meadow Mouse inquired reef'
ularly whether Chirpy had hit upon
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Here la a really good house arranged
on 2 floors. In Kountze Place. Not
an old timber, but a strictly up-to-date
property. When you see this houso
you will see the opportunity to buy
more for your money than you have
been offered for some time.
Amos Grant Co., Realtors,
DO 8380. 330-2-4-6-8 Brandels Th. Bldg.
OR COLORED 5 rooms, 6 rooms, 7
rooms, modern, small payment down.
DAVIS. 2530 Grant St., Webster 2420.
4720 N. 39TH Good 6-room house, modern
except beat, 1700. balance monthly.
Creigh. 608 Bee, Ja. 0200.
FIVE-room house, great bargain at 11,200.
Phone Jackson 0327.
Field Club District.
Six-room house located on nouth front
lot, block and a half to car line and
two blocks to Field club school. First
floor finished in whit quarter-sawed
oak; dining room finished three-quar
ters in white quarter-sawed oak panels.
Three very lan?e bedrooms second floor.
Oak floors throughout. Front porch
screened, windows weather-stripped, etc.
This home is worth your investigation.
George and Company,
3063 South 33d Street.
Splendid 5-room, 2-story dwelling, oak
finish, built-in features, awnings, ga
rage, paved street, one block from car
line. Quick possession as owner is
leaving town. Must ho seen to be fully
appreciated. Price for quick sale, 86,500;
$1,500 cash, balance 5b per month.
C. G. Carlberg, Realtor,
Jackson 05S5. 312 Brandels Th. Bldg.
Good house on mighty easy terms,
property considered; located south of
the St. 'Joseph hospital.
Amos Grant Co., Realtors,
DO 8380. 330-2-4-6-8 Brandels Th. Bldg.
WE NEED MORE
HOUSES TO SUP
PLY THE DE
MAND IF YOURS
IS FOR SALE,
TELL US ABOUT
608 Bee Bldg. JA. 0200
$37.20 PER MONTH
Brand New Move Right In
Opportunities like this are few and
far between. Prire is low and terms
dead easy. Call me today.
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any plan. And at last Mr. Meadow
Mouse announced that he would have
to think of one himself. So he sat
down and looked very wise, while
Chirpy Cricket fiddled for him, be
cause Mr. Meadow Mouse explained
that his wits always worked better
when somebody made music for him.
Chirpy Cricket fiddred and fiddled
and fiddled. Now and then he paused
to ask Mr. Meadow Mouse how his
wits were working. And each time
that he inquired, Mr.- Meadow Mouse
assured him that his wits were work
ing very spryly and he expected to
have an idea any moment.
Well, the whole night passed in
that fashion. Toward morning Mr.
Meadow Mouse murmured that he
was too hungry to do any more
thinking. He said he was going into
the fields to find something to eat.
But lie promised to set his wits to
working again the following evening.
So Chirpy agreed to meet Mr.
Meadow Mouse at dusk and fiddle
for him some more.
Then Chirpy hurriedly gathered
some blades of grass and carried
them home with him. For he was
hungry too. And when the day
came he spent it between dozing and
nibbling the grass and hoping that
Mr. Meadow Mouse wouldn't forget
But Mr. Meadow Mouse didn't
forget. He was on hand bright and
early at dusk, waiting for Chirpy
when he came crawling out of his
hole in the twilight.
Chirpy had scarcely settled himself
and begun his fiddling when Simon
Screecher's wail floated over the or-1
chard. And when he heard it Chirpy j
couldn t help jumping. He jumped
right over Mr. Meadow Mouse and
hid under the fence. And he wouldn't
come out for a long time, though
Mr. Meadow Mouse called and called
to him that he didn't believe there
was really any danger, it was so
early in the evening.
When Chirpy finally did creep out
from under the fence he told Mr.
Meadow Mouse that he couldn't do
any more fiddling that night.
"Simon Screecher has upset me,"
he said. "I don't feel cheerful. And
I can't play a single note unless I'm
in good spirits."
"My wits seem to be working to
night, even without music, Mr.
Meadow Mouse informed him with
a knowing air. You re worried. I
can see that. Now, the thing for
you to do is to stop worrying your
self and get Simon Screecher to do
it. Let Simon -shiver and shake"
How can I do that?" Chirp v
asked him. "I hope you can teil
me; for I certainly don't know of
"Didn't you notice his cry a little
while ago?" Mr. Mtdow Mouse
asked. "Didn't you notice how his
"Yes!" Chirpy said. "Yes! Now
that you speak of it, I remember that
his voice shook a good deal."
"Ah!" Mr. Meadow Mouse ex
claimed. "Something had frightened
him. Now, you had just begun to
fiddle before he cried out. And
there's no doubt in my mind that
your music scared Simon Screecher.
So all you need do to feel safe from
him is to fiddle a plenty every night.
If you do that you'll have him so
worried he'll never trouble you."
Chirpy Cricket felt so happy all
at once that he began a lively tune.
And sure enough! Simon Screecher
squalled almost immediately.
"That proves it!" Mr. Meadow
Mouse exclaimed. ,And then he said
good evening and ran off to the place
where Farmer Green had been
threshing oats, feeling very well
pleased with himself.
Chirpy Cricket took pains to fol
low Mr. Meadow Mouse's advice.
And neither Simon Screecher nor
his cousin Solomon Owl troubled
Chirpy all the rest of the summer.
He fiddled the nights away with
more pleasure than ever before. And
by the time fall came all his neigh
bors agreed that he had done even
more than his part to make the sum
mer gay for everybody.
(Copyright, Grosset & Dunlap.)
Bishop Tihen Is Guest of
Pope Benedict at Vactican
Rome, , Aug. 4. Monsignor J.
Henry Tihen, bishop of Denver,
Colo., was received in audience by
Pope Benedict yesterday, presenting
a report of his diocese which the
pontiff found to be most satisfactory.
Later, Bishop Tihen introduced to
the pope a group of 30 American
pilgrims, to whom Pope Benedict de
:vercd a short address.
The pontiff said he greatly appre
iatcd the visit of the Americans
.specially because of the difficulties
of travel at present and the oppres
sive heat. He imparted the apostolic
benediction at the close of his talk.
U. S. Dirigible to Leave for
United States August 25
Washington, Aug. 4. The mon- !
;ter British-built naval dirigible will
I sail from Howden, England, August
25 for its station at Lakchurst, i.
J., the Navy department announced .
Beeves Sold Flere
For Shipment to
Stock Brings Fancy Price o
$9.60; Beemer Man Tops
Market With Year
Five carloads of long-fed, heavy
breves were brought to the stock
yards yesterday by T. M. Carraher
of Spalding, who sold the animals to
a representative of an eastern buyer
for shipment to the Atlantic coast.
The stock brought the fancy price,
for large cattle, of $9.60.
All of the cattle brought in by
Mr. Carraher were bought on the
local market last year as feeders and
he made a comfortable cleanup on
the deal and will put in another
hunch of feeders.
The top price of $10 for the day
was received yesterday by Henry
Miergord at the stock yards for a
load of mixed yearlings averaging
845 pounds, which he brought iu
from beemer. Mr. Miergord said
the cattle made him a little profit
in spite of the low price received
and he expected to stock up with
feeders for this winter.
An enormous supply of grain will
have to be used on the cattle feed
lots this fall in Nebraska, accord
ing to C. O. Nelson of Greeley, who
was a visitor at the local stock yards
yesterday looking over the market.
Mr. Nelson said there was a larse
amount of last year's corn in the
bins of the farmers of the state and
the present year would show an un
usually large yield, it the tanners
don't make arrangements to feed a
lot of this grain they will be com
pelled to build a large number of
cribs to store the surplus," said Mr.
Brothers Who Engaged in
Rumpus Must Live Apart
Mike and Joe Bernica, brothers,
were unable to live in a state of
brotherly love in their South Side
home, so they will live apart, ac
cording to a ruling by Police Judge
Wappich yesterday morning.
3Iike was fined $10 on a charge of
assaulting John, and in his plea of
extenuating circumstances the defen
dant asserted that John had been
training to be a prize fighter and
invited him to test his strength.
John, however, insisted that Mike '
used a blackjack in his demonstra
tion of physical prowess.
South Side Church Sued
For $1,100 Bill for Pews
Charles S. Bates filed suit in dis
trict court yesterday against St. An
thonys church, South Side, for $1,110
dnp hp avs. for 34 news and
kneeling benches which he furnished
the church on an oral contract last
March for $1,160. Only $50 has been
paid, he says
The health department reported
- j:.. : tUm
live new cases oi uiyiuuci m m mi y
South Side yesterday, making a total
of 33 cases now under surveillance."
South Side Brevities
For Sale At a bargain, 6-room house, nil
modern; 3-room house, water and lights.
Call Market 1072.
World of wear in every pair.
Sold exclusively at
PHILIP'S DEPT. STORE
24th and O Streets
Your dollar will do more
for you here at Flynn's by
double and triple than you
could hope for most of the
time during the past five
See our Dollar Sale Its
an inspiration to live and
proof of our slogan
Shop and Save At
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for the benefit and
c o n v e n i ence of
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