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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY. AUGUST 15, 1921.
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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
SEDLM AYR Joseph, died at hia home,
7 2d and Pratt fits., Urnaon, at tha ago
of 78 yearn. lf la eurvlved by one aon,
.lnaph, who resides In tha Phllipplns
Funeral servlcee at Ilulti & Rlepen's
chapel, 23d and Cuming Sts., Monday,
Aug. 15, at 2 p. m. Intarmant, Ever
green cemetery. Frlnds welcome.
STACK & FALCONER
Thirty. third and Farnam.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY
Undertakers and Embalmsra
Phono HA. its. Off Ira 2611 Karnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
;224 Cuming St. Jackaon 1328.
FOR AMBULANCE call MarKet 06s0.
KorlaKo Fuaaral Home. 23d and O Sta.
LEE L. LARMON S"
1814 Douglas St. Douglaa 8844.
JOHN BATH. 1SU4 Farnam. Jackaon HOC
1,. Henderson, 1507 Karnnm. Jackson 1!S8.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
LOST 876.35 by workng man Thursday
evening between Basket atore Number
II and Rosenbluma grocery. North
16th: ona $20, five $10 and one $5 bllla.
Pleas leave at Basket atore, or at 1903
Casa. Liberal reward. O. F. German.
LOST Male brlndle bulldog, white atreak
between eyes, eara not clipped, ahort
tall, broad heavy collar. Liberal re
ward for return. 3223 Caas St. Phone
FOR ARTICLES LOST on atreet eara tele
phono Tvler 800. We are anxious to re
atore loat articles to rightful ownera.
OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RT.
HAY mare, wrlght about 1,200 Ibj.; white
spots on forehead, ahod on front feet,
body long: reward. Lewla Clerent, 3211
W. St., Market 4738.
LOST Near Fontenelle hotel, seal ring
with two email diamonda. Reward at
clerk's desk. Fontenelle Hotel.
"The Dodge County Fair"
wants good clean concessions and rldea
for the annual fair, Aug. 30 to Sept. 2.
Write Bernard Mennlcb, Secretary,
THE SALVATION Army Industrial noma
aollclta your old clothing, furnltunjLl
Phone Douglaa 413S and our wagon
will call. Call and Inspect our new
home. 1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
" HAY FEVER -SUFFERERS.
Hay fever positively conquered by
St. A. P., a harmleM compound' discov
ered bv French chemist. Send for trial
treatment, $1. Malgnen Chemical Co.,
Dt-a Moines. la. "
SAY TT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
A SWOBODA, 1415 FARNAM STREET.
HATTIE Putman, Nubotie Corset Shop,
502 Karbarh Block. AT. 2993.
WILL cars for 9 or 3 littlo
mot hec'n. ca re. Walnut 2005
KLECTRIC batha and massage. Web. 2911.
CHILDREN cared for by week. Wal, 4661.
MASSAGE 210 North Seventeenth Street,
KENT HOOVER vacuum, $1 up. Har. 1071.
ACCORDION, aide, knife, aunburat, bot
Pleating, covered buttons, all alija and
at j-lee; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pirating Co.. SOS
Brown Blk. Jackson 1936.
CLOSED AUG. 7 TO 22.
Nebraska Pleating and Button Co.
BRICK plasterer and cement, new and
repair work. J. Nau. Walnut 4567.
Vol Pin a School for Dancing. 2424
JVei-JTine Farnam. Douglas 7860.
Use Bee want ads speedy results.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau. Railway
T.I. Bldg.. JA. 2056. Night. KEN. 881$.
Independent Detective Bureau, 804 Nevilla
Blk. Atl. 6501; night, Wal. 4056; K. 0465.
JAMES ALLAN. 313 Neville Blk. Evidence
aecured aa all caaea. Atlantic 1136.
EXCLUSIVE dressmaking, beading,
braiding, embroidering. Moderate
prlcea. Webster 5718.
DRESSMAKING. 408 SOUTH 24TH ST.
FURS remoiieled, rellned and cleaned.
KXEETER ALASKA FUR CO.,
203 S. 15th St. Douglaa 7288.
FILMS developed, one-day service. Kase
Studio. !il3-2 isevine hik.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co., 1607
BRITT Printing Co.. 7 Elka Bldg.
J. W. MARTIN, patent atty.. 1718 Dodge.
Painting and Paperhanging.
rAPERHANOlNG, painting, varniahlng,
floora waxed, paper cleaning. WA 456,.
FIRST-CLASS painting imd parerbanging.
H. A. Clapp. Douglaa 4909.
SUITS, overcoata rellned. alt., cleaned and
pressed. Prices right. HA. 6804.
Requires a knowledge of tree life. Do
not let a "butcher" ruin the work of
years. Call Jackaon 1149 for expert
Omaha City Forestry Co.
404 Bromley Bldg.
T.andsoape Engineers. Insect Control.
.DIAMONDS p;r,h -SS
to bu back at email profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO.. 40$ N. 16th St. Doug-
BEFORE you throw away your old hats,
drop in at the Mid City Hat and Clean
ing Shop, reasonable prices. 224 S.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattreeaee made
over In new tlcka at half the price of
tiew beda. 1907 Cuming. Jackaon 2467.
RAZOR BLADES sharpened. Single, 85c;
double edge, 43c dor. Mall orders so
llelted. Omaha Sharp Co. 10$ N. 16th.
KEW and rebuilt electrical apparatua.
LeBmn Electric, lis b. hid bc, uimm.
WHITELY, tire and radiator man; reaa.
prlcea: work guar. 920 8. l$th. DO. 6609.
. ROGERS Confectionery Store, 24th and
Farnam St.. Jackaon 0127.
Tjmaha Towel Supply. 201 8. 11th. JA. 063$
Furniture and Household Goods.
FURNITURE of seven-room house, in
cluding piano, $375. Call Monday.
Harney 4164. 214 S. I3d
SIX rooma of furniture complete for aale
cheap. Phone. Webater 2777.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
VIOLINS, bows, atrloxs nnd repairing at
lowest prices. Matthews' Studio, 0
Douglas Blk., Opp. Uayde-i. AT. 2096.
HELLO' MR. JICC1
I'M L-OCKY TO PINO
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
GEOROS A. SMITH Dealer In drums,
xjlopho in. etc., Inatructlone, repairing.
Address 2781 Davenport St. for catalog.
Phone Barney 2967. Try Smlth'a pedal.
$T25 VICTOR. $8B; $200 Brunswick, $150;
$160 Columbia. $85; $176 Cathedral, $66;
all new. Shlaca Phonograph Co., 1404
Typewriters and Supplies.
All MAKES bought aold. rented and
repaired. Sole agenta for the CORONA.
Get our prlcea before jou buy. Eery
Central Typewriter Exc.
Jackaon 4120. 1912) Farnam.
We rent, repair, eel' needle and parte.
lBlh and Harney Douglai 1978.
TRUNKS, baga and suitcases. Why pay
two middlemen proflta. Buy from fac
tory direct. Send for free catalog. Acme
Trunk A Bag Factory. Spring Valley,
WE buy, aell aafea, make desks, show,
caaea, etc. Omaha Fixture A Supply Co.,
S. W. Cor. 11th and Donglaa. JA. 2724.
BUY your kindling wood now. Will be a
ahortage In fall. Acme Box Co. HA. 18S7.
26 GROSS 24-oa. new quart alze beer bot
tlea. Charlea .Tarl. 1703 Leavenworth.
$275 FOX gun for sale at aacrlfice.
A-104, Omaha Bee.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New deaka, uaed deaka bought, (old and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. D. 6144
WANTED To buy parcel poet mall wagon
without running gear preferred. Carrier,
Route 1, Arlington, Neb.
BEST prlcea paid for clothing. AT. 0869.
A YOUNG WOMAN with two email boya.
dealrea a position aa housekeeper ror
some good man, good home and school
near. Bo ,133, Homer, Neh.
Laundry and Day Work.
work, with reference.
BUNDLE waahlng, day work, or cleaning
mornings and evenlnga. WE. 6350.
LAUNDRY work or cleaning. WE. 58t.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Fast accurate stenographer
for permanent position with progressive
manufacturing company. Chances for
advancement are excellent for ambttioua
young man. Salary $130 per month.
Reply In writing to Bee Box X-7, atat
ing age and experience In detail.
fOUNG man, study law! Evening down
town aeaslona. University of Omaha.
Professions and Trades.
With 4 years' experience
11th and Casa Sta.
WANTED at once, all around black8mjth.
No floater; ateady Jon; muat be good
workman, J. M. Wooster, Fairbury,
FIREMEN, brakemen, beglnnera. $160,
later, $260 monthly. Write Railway.
Addreaa Box Y-1618, Omaha Bee.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE.
110 S. 14th. Writ for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Who Travel in a -FORD
Why waata all that "energy fighting the
steering wheel 7 Use it on your cuatomera.
Let ua attach a Worm Steering Gear.
Special prlcea made to traveling men.
Sprague Tire Company,
18th and Cuming Sti.
SALESMEN calling on general stores;
sideline, faat-selling special boy's over
all. . 1 sample. Big commissions. Repeat-orders.
Cincinnati Over Mfg. Co.,
SALESMAN To sell printed envelopes
UirV IV uu.llica, .i..n, . i . .....
vicinity. Complete line and big factory.
Liberal commiaaion. Addresa Box Y
1641, Omaha Bee.
WORK CLOTHING FACTORY
A thoroughly established middle west
concern, now operating three work
clothing factories, wishes to secure the
services of a thoroughly experienced,
competent general superintendent.
The qualifications are complete and
satisfactory experience In the manufac
ture of overalls, one-piece garments,
work shirts and children's rompers.
The applicant must understand the
details of all modern ftctory operation.
The concern in question Is planning
to greatly Increase factory production
within the next few yeara, beginning
Immediately. Factories for the manu
facture of other lines will be estab
lished as soon as consistent with good
This position, therefore, offers excep
tional opportunities to the thoroughly
trained factory executive who would
like to make a connection which will
be not only permanent, but which will
offer unlimited opportunities for ad
vancement. If for any good reaaon applicant Is
not now employed, thia fact alone will
not necessarily adversely affect his ap
plication. Th salary will depend largely upon
applicant's experience and ability, but
will bs commensurate with the responsi
All correspondence will be considered
strictly confidential, and ahould satis
factory arrangements be concluded ap
plicant will have ample opportunity to
leave any present connections.
In answering this advertisement give
complete details regarding age, expe
rience, names of past employers or con
nections, present salary, and any other
information which will prove of Interest.
Address Manufacturer, P. O. Box $33,
1,000 MEN WANTED TO WEAR
TJnde Sam'e Shoes at $3.90 Per Pair.
MIDWEST HARNESS CO., 70 N. 16th.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Competent atenographer for
law office. Stats experience, salary
wanted and give references. Dee Box
2J v. r
HrVVE A C$CR -THfbt
TO ORDER FOR
Household and Domestic.
Watch tha Domeatlc Column of The
Bee Want Ada. Good well-paid and
homelike place always advertlaed.
WANTED Neat experienced girl or wo
man for general hbuaework; no waah-
Irtg; muat have reference. Call HA. 2476.
WHITE girl, competent, for general houae
workj S In family. 604 S. 36th. Harney
WANTED Ten girls for work In Snow
White Bakery; muat be 16 yeara or over.
Apply at once to auperlntendent'a of
fice, third floor.
ITEN BISCUIT CO..
13th and Capitol Ave.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL. '
Complete couraea In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, ahort.
hand and typewriting, railroad and
wlreUaa telegraphy, civil eervlce and all
Engllnh and commercial brancbea.
Write, call or phone Jackaon 1566 for
large illustrated catalog. Addreaa
Boylea Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
Van Sant School of Bualneaa.
Day and Evening Schools
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
GLASGOW, ANNIE E- vole and piano,
609 Karbach Block. Jackaon 1081.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladlea and boya to learn
barber trade; big demand, wagea while
learning: atrlctly modern. Call or wrlta
1 408 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College.
Merchandise at Auction
The trustee of the Leader Store at
4729 8. 24th St., South Omaha, will
offer for aale at auction to the highest
bidder for cash Tueaday. Auguat 16, 10
a. m., the entire atock and fixtures,
which will run aa followa: Men'a and
boya' clothing, ehoea and furnlahlnga,
$11,652.35; ladlea' and miasea' coata,
suits, dresses and underwear, $10,117.08.
A very complete Bet of up-to-date store
fixtures, conslettng of plate glaee coun
ters, ehow tables, ahelvlng and elec
tric lighting, $6,768.78; making a total
inventory of $28,428.21. Thia atock posi
tively will be aold to the highest bid
der. There la no reserve or limit. Store
only one year old. (Write for com
plete Inventor'). L. W. Edwards,
Col. B. J. Newlon,
442 Omaha National. , JA. 200.
IN SOUTH OMAHA.
Rent $100 per month. Grocery atore
for aale, established business for 15
yeara, clean ttock and fixtures. Very
reasonable on time. 4705 So. 24th St.
PICTURE Bhow for aale, which la fully
equipped In every reapect. Population
3.600. Have other business. Addresa Box
Y-1634, Omaha Bee
FOR SALE Clgara and tobacco, eofi
drinks and confectionery atore. Priced
to eell. N. W. Johnson, Brady. Neb.
WANT to hear from owner having busl-
neaa for sale. J. C. MCVonney. lonum
al building. Omaha, Ntb.
FOR SALE Movie theater in Iowa
county aeat town, 5.000 population.
' Seats 450. A bargain. Addrcfa. Box
Y-1640, Omaha Bee.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARB YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS
Or havo you planned on making
change, which will be mora convenient
for yout If ao, then call Tha Bee ; Win
Ad Dept., Tyler 1000, and we will not
only furnlah you with a complete room
Hat of choice vacant rooma in Omaba,
but alao keep your number on our
"Want to Rent" Hat for further refer
ence in caae yon wanted to make an
other change. These lints aro absolutely
free of charge to all readers and adver
tisers of The Omaha Bee and publlahed
solely for their convenience ana benerit.
Call any time. Atlantio 1000. Want
FOR gentleman, large room, two cloaeta
and bath, one block from Farnam on
83d St. Phone ma. a.m.
DESIRABLE front basement room, water,
gaa, toilet, cellar; adults. Telephone
VERY desirable large front room, suitable
for two, with west side car line; ref
erence. Harney ioio
MODERN furnished room weat farnam
dlatrlct on Farnam car line. HA. tiii.
NICELY furnished modern rm. In private
home. 2109 Sherman Ave. WE. 35i6.
1136 SOUTH 81st, nicely furnished room
for gentleman. Harney
NICK clean rooma, reasonable. Har. 2605.
NICE room In modern home. HA. 3539.
TWO nice sleeping rooms. 2124 Douglas.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS IN Ul I. JT L2"
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.
TWO nicely furnished housekeeping rooms.
MODERN xooma, with kitchenette, bath;
half diock to car. lei, jvenwouu
THREE unfurnished rooms, suitable for
two. 2211 D Street, South Side.
Board and Rooms.
FOR CHOICE BOARD AND RM. WATCH
THE BEE WANT ADS, AND IF YOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT TOU WANT IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL AT. 1000
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
JjIfctT UF nUUHB
tat a hA.. fur w entleman and
. mother, with private bath, in good
nelghbornooa wun garage preien-u.
Box R-40, Omaha Bee.
EXCELLENT board, modern home, no
otner roomera, privileges. -jiuu
' wood 1999.
TWO-ROOM suite, with private bath,
now ready. Merriam Hotel. 106 S.
25th St. Douglas 807.
814 SOUTH 25th St., 2 rooms.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Four ropms of a modern
house furnished, living room, dining
room, kitchen and one bedroom. 2711
B St. Phone Market 8S63. ,
BEAUTIFUL 4-room apartment, lower
floor; a real home; walking distance.
281 Dodge. -
FOR RENT-APTS. AND FLATS.
COMPLETELY furnlahed 8-room apt.,
private bath, walking distance, urown
Apt.. 608 No. 21et street. Douglaa 6644.
ATTRACTIVE 2-room furnlahed apart
ment: tuea oatn; close in. -23d
LARGE modern, welli-furnished front
room with kitchenette.. 2063 Farnam Bt,
ST. CLAIR. -$
rooms. Call Harney 0647.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists la apartment management.
U.S. TaUnt Office
I OlON T '
FOR RENT Business Property
WELL located corner store. Cloa to Cas
tle hotel. 22x6 with basement.
PETERS TRUST CO.,
"Whera Omaha Renta"
Atlantic 0644. 17th and Farnam Sts.
Desirable atora room on 8outh 16th
street, 20x60 ft., with full basement
GEORGE & COMPANY,
CORNER store. 22x60. 701 8. 16th St.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY
"Where Omaha Rents."
17th and Farnam Sta Atlantic 0644.
SEE F. D. WEAD. 210 S. 18TH ST.
Stores and Offices.
STORE room with furnace heat, complete
bath room in rear. . 1912 Cuming St.
inquire J i . i-o iunu mm
OFFICE space, 105 So. 15th St., ground
floor. Jackson 2388.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
riUEjljl.il W. AND VAN
STORAGE MOVING, PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS,
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES TO ALL
1107-11 Howard St. Jackson 8288.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
BEKIn's'oMAHA VAN AND STORAGE,
806 South 16th. Douglaa 4163.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Atlantic 3400.
ruTMl lt'Q e,,rnl.h,l nn ilnrfl,. Jb mOV
Ing. Contracts taken by Job or hr. Globe
Van & Storage Co.. J A. 4338, AT. 0230.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
BABY Chicks, reduced pri'es, purebred;
Leghorns, Rocka, Reda, Wyandottes,
Orpingtons, Best Laying Strains. Post
paid, catalogue. Missouri Poultry Farms,
CHEAP, ttken at once, thoroughbred Pitt
bull pups, 2 months old. Council Bluffs,
40th and Avenue D.
THOROUGHBRED good dogs for sale.
Price $6. Webster 139L
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
Not Abused Cars.
Ford roadater, with starter, $275,
Ford coupe and sedan.
Olds "8" touring.
Haynes. 1920. touring.
Bulck touring, $475.
16-valve Ford racer.
W havo been selling more cars than
we have had an opportunity to buy. If
they are used, not abused, we will buy
about 40 cars.
Saleaday Car Co.
40th and Farnam.
FORD touring cars, roadsters, tracks;
1919, 20 and '21 models: with or -1th-out
starters. We ara not In the used car
bus'.deea and do not sell for a profit,
bot aro replacing our old equipment
... . V. t. . . ,.14
wltn new. ;rive-ii-iourcj, v-w..
Howard St. Phono Douglaa 2622.
SOME bargains in used Ford cars. Mc-
uanrey .motor .-j - -
Service station, iota ana vnpmvu,
Douglas 8600. .
191 NEW painted Dort Touring, leas
than 1-3 price oi now car.
ney 327 at 111 S. 40trL
A real trailer for camping an haul
ing. Webster 6349.
NEW and uaed cars bought and aold.
Goldstrom Auto Sales, ma narney.
BUY A GCY L. SMITH USED CAR,
26th and Farnam SL Phone D. 1970.
NEW 1921 Dodge coup at a bargain
price. Owner does not need. Call
Kenwood 4959. .
USED cars, bought, aold and exchanged.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.. 2210 Farnam St.
$125.00 for a 1918 Overland five paasetiger.
Will demonstrate. Phone Kenwood 0791.
Repairing and Painting
Clltes & Peterson, auto repair. 810 S. 25th.
HOLLT. expert auto trimmer.' 81$ B. 24th.
IMPROVED . 1.200-ACRE RANCH.
Near North Platta at aacrlfice price.
Must aell at once. Box 94, North
EQUITY Land Exchange, St. Paul. Minn.
SOLDIERS 640-acre homesteads, seven
months' residence. Duff. Caaper, Wyo.
Real Estate Loans.
Wo have cash on hand to foao on Omaha
residences. ' -
E. H. LOUOEE. INC.,
638 Keellne Bldg.
HELD Land Co., real estate, loans and
insurance. 6054 Military Ave.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Jackaon 8718.
$100 to $10,000 mad promptly.
F. D. WEAD. Woad Bldg. 310 B. 18th St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
To buy or aell Omaha Real Eetate see
FOWLER & M 'DONALD
1120 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 142.
WB SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES
C. B. STUHT CO.,
City Nat'! Bldg. Douglas 8737.
THE Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
150 Dodge St. Douglas 1345.
LIST with us. Wo guarantee resultB.
8TIF.R REALTY CO.. 715 Bee. DO. 54.
Hare You Property to Sell.
List it With
Binder & Otis
823 City National Bank Bldg.
Wa Malta Omaha
Monthly Installment Plan,
Prepayment any lime.
L'jane an Business Properties
Liberal Optional Privileges.
SEE J IOCS AND MAGGIE
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE
OH: YEbAND LATELY
Ur WaW I
IT OF I
I M BEEN bMOKIN3 A
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
PROMPT sales of your real eatate; we
have many buyera and solicit your busl
ness. Shopen ft Co., Realtors. J A. 4228.
HAVE inquiries for homes do you want
to aell your property T List it with
C. A. Grlmmel. Omaha Nat l Bk. Bldg.
Sells. Rents. Insures
360 Peters Trust Bldg. Jackson 0688.
LIST homes and income pioperty with
1418 1st Nat. lk. Bldg. Jackaon 196.
WANT to buy 6 or 6-room home, west or
aouthweat; $l,o6o caah. Address.. Box
K-7, Omaha Bee. '
TO BUY OR SELL real estate see Glover
A Spain. 910-20 City National Bank.
VACANT lot on 47th and Cuming St.,
Omaha, Neb. Price $6D0. Owner, T. B.
Syphers. South Colby, Waahlngton.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
East front, on Fontenelle blvd. Own
er will sacrifice tor quick sale. Call
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
E. H. BENNER CO, TRACKAGE.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
SIX-room bouse, three acres, near Flor
ence. $3,600. G. P. Stebblna, 1610 Chi
cago. HOUSE and 15 acree near Florence,
$5,300; a bargain, G. P. Stebblna, 1610
Nethaway. Flor. prop, no colored. KE. 1409
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton. Blk. Atlantic 4880.
SEVEN-room modern houae, near 36th
and Jackaon streets, price $6,500; $1,000
caah, bal. terma. F. D. Wead, 310 S.
18th St. Atlantic 0151.
$3,750, SIX rooma, corner lot 100x159,
must be sold. Alfred Thomas A Son,
J A. 0064.
J B. ROBINSON, real eat- te and Inveat
ment. 642 Peters Trust. DO. 8097.
D. E. BUCK & CO. buy and eell homes.
Near Omaha University
7 -room, strictly modern home on
Evans street; vacant now; paving
. paid. $1,000 will handle.
Payne Investment Co.
637 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. 1780.
Sunday call Heintxe Walnut 2085.
$1,000 $4,600 $45 PER MONTH.
A real buy. Six-room, two-story
square bouse, strictly modern, neat and
homelike. East front. Owner leaving
OSBORNE REALTY, CO..
630 Petere Trust Bldg. Jackaon 2282.
ON account of leaving city muat dispose
of equity thia week. 5-room . stucco
bungalow, near Miller park. 'Will sell
or trade. Consider car. lot, or mortgage
In trade. Kenwood 0279.
800 buildings, with boilers low and
high pressure radiation, plumbing
fixtures, machinery, etc.; laundry
machinery, electric motors, refriger
ators, furnaces complete, 24-ton ice
plant, coffee roasting plant, bakery,
harness, nose bags, saddles, stoves,
ranges, kitchen tables, dining room
chairs, clothing, rubber boots, shoes,
overcoats, undershirts, service hats,
khaki breeches, beds, cots, pillows,
mattresses, comforts, bed sacks, of
fice supplies, office furniture, field
desks, water coolers, scales, fire ex
AUGUST 16, 17", 18, 19
10 A. M. SHARP
H. L. ROGERS
Quartermaster General of the Army
Gerths Realty Experts of New York
and New Orleans, Auctioneers
Building, 801 Camp Fun
Gerth's Realty Experts
Fruits and vegetable quotations fur
nlahed by the Gllinaky Fruit company,
1016-17 Howard atreet:
Bananas, per pound, 7c.
Grape fruit. California, half boxes, $2.50.
Lemons, golden bowls, $7; silver cords,
Oranges, 126-150-176, $7; 200-216-250,
$7; 288, $6.76; 324, $6.60.
Peaches, Foley's, $1.50.
Pears, California Bartletta. $4.25: Wash
ing Bartletts, $3.00; Colorado, bushel bas
Grapes, Thompson seedless, $2.28.
Plums and prunes, giants, $3.00; gross,
$3.00; grand dukes, $3.00; blus diamond,
Cantaloupes, turlock standards, v$3.50;
turlork flats, $1.25.
Watermelons, crate lots, per pound. Sc.
Honey dews. 6-8-10 to crate, $3.00.
Apples, 163 and larger Wlneaapa, $3.26;
Michigan basket, new, .$3.60; California
Gravenatetna, 126 and larger, $4.26; 138
and smaller, $4.00.
Berries, black berries, market price:
red raspberries, market price.
Potatoea, home grown, per pound. 2H;
sweet potatoea. hamper, new stock. $2.25.
Cabbage, crate lots, 4c; small lots. 6c
Onions, bushel basket, Spanish seed,
$2.50; sack yellow, 4c; small lota yel
Vegetables. green peppers, basket,
cucumbers, tomatoes, beets, carrots, tur
nips, egg plant, market prices.
Celery, Michigan, per doxen, 75e.
Repack baskets, crates, 250 basket, $3.50.
Peanuts, 10 pound ran. salted. $1.50;
15 pound carton, aalted, per pound, 12c;
30 pound pall, aalted, per pound, 13c;
60 pound carton, aalted, per pound, 11 He;
175 pound barrel, salted, per. pound. 11c;
No. 1 roaat, 9c; No. 1 raw, 11c; Jumbo
roaat, 14c: jumbo raw. 17c.
Wholesale prices of beef cuts effective
August 15. are as follows:
No. 1 ribs. 2le; No. 2, 16c; No. 3, 13c.
No. 1 loins. 30e; No. 2. 20c; No. 3, 16c.
No. 1, rounds, 18c; No. 2. 16fte: No. 3. 16c.
No. I chucks, Uttc; No. 2, lOVic; No. 3.
ty,o. No. 1, plates, 5c; No. 2, 4Vc; No.
'3c. . ' .
No. 2 plates, 4c; No. 3 plates. 2c.
Omaha Hay Market.
Prairie Hay Receipts light, good de
mand for better grades. Prices higher.
Alfalfa Receipta, nominal, Uttla de
mand. Prlcea unchanged.
Straw Light receipta, limited demand.
Upland Prairie Hay No. 1. $11.00
$12.00; No. 2, $9.0010.00; No. J. $7.00
'Midland Prairie Hay No. 1. $!2-60'
11.60; No. 2. $8.0010.00; No. 3, $7.00
8'Lowland Prairie Hay No. 1, $$.00
9.00; No. 2. $7.00 8.00.
Alaflfa Hay Choice. $17.0018.00; No.
1, $16.00 16.60; standard, $12.00014.00;
No. 2, $9.0011.00; No. 3, $7.008.OO.
Straw Oat, 88.00S9.00; wheat, $7.00
New York, Aug. 13. Silver Bar. do
mestic, 99 Vic; foreign. 61c; Mexican dol
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
4720 N. 39TH Good 6-rOom houae. modern
except heat, 3700. baianca monthly.
Crelgh. 603 Bee. Ja. 0200.
HOUSE and lot, $1,200; bargain. G. P.
Stebblna, 1610 Chicago.
Q I BELIEVE YOU J
ro THfb one, i r
1921 $)r IWfi..rTtATUM.tHviot. Inc. I II 8-'S
for The Bee by McManus
Copyright. 1921. International Nw Service
Omaha, Aug. 13.
Receipts were: Cattle Hogs Sheep
Official Monday ....10,922 3.117 18,821
Official Tueaday 6.381 7.907 16,403
Official 'Wednesday.. 6.160 9,277 9,782
Official Thuraday .. 6,173 7,248 13.608
Official Friday 2,233 4.920 3,944
Estimate Saturday.. 42 2,900 ....
Six days this week.. 30, 915 36,369 66,678
Same daya laat wk..31,M7 43.448 78,634
Same two wks. ago. 24,410 44,974 40,627
Same threa wks. ago, 23,636 59,683 61,677
Sams daya year ago. 17.400 37,766 93,353
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock Yards. Omaha, Neh.,
for 24 houra, ending at 3 p. m., Aug. 13,
Missouri Pacific Ry 1 -.
Union Pacific R. R .. 14 .. ..
C. N. W. Ry.. east.. .. 2
(!. A N. W. Ry., west 10 .. ..
C, St. P., M. A O. Ry 6 .. ..
C, B. & Q. y., eaat .. S .. ..
('., B. A Q. Ry., west...... .. 8 .. ..
C, R. I. A P.. east 1 .. ..
C, R. I. P., weat 2
Totals receipts 1 43 .. 3
Armour A Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Dold Packing Co
Morris Packing Co
Swift A Co
J. W. Murphy .
Swarts & Co
Cattle: No cattle were on ' aale thia
morning, the one load received being billed
direct, and prices were nominally called
ateady. Total receipta for the week are
30,900, as against 17,400 a year ago. The
spread of steer prices is widened out this
week, good kinds, both native and west
ern, selling strong to 1525o higher,
while the plainer claaaea have been alow
and weak to as much ss 25c lower. Top
on cornfed reached 810.CS and full loads
of westerns brought $8.00. Most kinds of
cows and helfera ar off 26c o more for
the week. There was some reaction In
stockera and feeders after the early ad
vance, but the market la still mostly -5c
higher than laat week's close. 1
Quotations on cattle; Choice to prims
beeves, $9.6510.20; good to cholco
beeves. $9.009.60; fair to good beeves,
$9.40ig8.90;; common to fair beeves, $8.00
6)8.40; cholca to prime yearlings, 39.90
10.26; good to choice yearlings, $9.40
9.86; fair to good yearlings, $8.609.26;
common to fair yearlings. $7.758.60;
good to choice grass beeves, $7.008.0O;
fair to good grass beeves, 15.76ft. 75:
common to fair grass beeves, $4.765.76;
Mexican beeves. $4.506.OO; choice grass
helfera, $5 606.0O; fair to good grass
heifers, $4.60J6.60; choice to prima grass
cows, $6.606.00; good to choice grass
rows, $4.855.40; fair to good grass cows.
$4,004.75; common to fair grass cows,
$2,0013.75; good to choice feeders. $7.00
7.76; fair to good feeders, $6.257.00; com
mon to fair feedara. $5.266.00; good to
choice stockera. $6.507.25; fair to good
atockers, $5.7696.60; common to fair
atockers, $4.005.40; stock cows, $3.00
4.50; stock helfera. $3.7605.25: stock
calves, $4.607.36; veal calves, $4.00". 75;
bulls, stags, etc., $3.604.26.
Hogs Receipts of hogs today were
limited to 2.900 head and prices paid
ruled strong to about a quarter higher.
Shippers bought most of their hogs at
162.ic advances and. small packing
droves were put up at 1016c advances.
Best light hogs made a top of $10.25 and
salea were scattered on bulk of tbo
supply, ranging from $8.00 to around
$10.00. The market daring the past
week haa ahown a sharply lower tend
ency but part of the early decline has
been regained and current values on
hogs are hardly more than 35860c lower
than a week ago.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
47. .360 140 7 85 28. .367 .. 7 90
50.. 376 70 7 96 S3. .STS .-: .. 8 00
46. .312 .. 8 05 68. .345 40 8 10
69. .319 200 8 15 66.. 280 .'. 8 20
39. .810 .. 8 30 68. .293 80 8 35
46. .268 8 40 70. .260 70 8 45
46. .303 70 8 60 67. .287 ,70 8 68
63. .248 70 8 76 72. .260 70 8 85
82, .211 .. 8 90 65. .273 9 4)0
7-4. .287 40 9 25 65. .247 40 9 50
66. .233 9 60 41. .224 .. 9 76
71. .238 SO 9 00 25. .237 .. 10 00
62. .249 .. 10 10 72. .199 .. 10 25
8heep No sheep or. lambs were re
ceived and prices were nominally steady.
Very little change has occurred in any
branch of the trade during the last week
and fat lambs are cloaing ateady to
strong with fat sheep slow, ateady to
easier. Oood fat lambs are now bringing
$10.25 10.50 with good natives around
$9.:69.60. Fat ewes ara quoted up to
$5.00. fat wethers up to $5.75 and fat
yearlinga up to $6.75. Some Increase haa
been shown in the feeder demand and
thin lambs are strong to a quarter
higher for the week, selling largely from
$7.76 on up to $8.35.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Fat
lamba, westerns. $9.5010.60: fat lambs,
natives. $8.769.50; feeder lambs, $7.75
(38.25; cull lambs, $3.006.50; fat year
linga, $5.767.0O: fat ewea. . $3.25 ft 5.00;
feeder ewes, $2.25193.25; cull ones, $1.50
CHICAGO ' CLOSING PRICES.
By Updike Grain Co.' DO 2627. 'Aug. 13.
. I Test
1.234 1.24H 1.24 1.234
1.33'i 1.24H 1.23'i
1.25S, 1.25 U ' 1.25 1.28 i 1.26?l
1.26 1,25'. a
1.11'.' MIS l.lli l.HVi l-ltTi
1.114 1.11 111 L11H HI'
.66 Is .it .56 H ..$ -66 4
.56 .55 .63 .55U .55 i
.65 H 66H .56 '.j
.36 .SS' .3514 .354 .3$
.39 .8$K -SH .S8i .39
.39 I .'V
18.00 18.00 17.60 17.50 18.00
10.96 11.03 10.95 11.12 10.95
11.05' 11.16 11.06 11.16 11.07
9.80 9.80 9.80 9.80 9.80
9.63 ' 9.65 ' 9 65 .9.SS 9.65
I 9.60 I 9.60 9.60 9.60 9.60
U. of N. Notes
Miae Maude Bryant has been sypoint
ed to a position In the finance depart
ment at the state university.
Mr. and Mra. Blakesele returned Sun
day from their .vacation In the Orana
valley of Colorado. The trip was made
Miss Gold! Feis of the commercial
teaching .staff. Wayn- State normal, was
a caller at the college Tuesday. Mss
Rels graduated from 'the N. 8. B. nor
mal department with the claas of 19.0.
Mlsa Clara Holmes, student In the nor
mal department of the school, has been
elected commercial Inatructor In Bakers
field. Cal.. and Miss Eether Miller of the
1SH claas, has received election to a
similar place on the faculty at Brlatow,
Miss Ruth' Dixon departed Monday for
Peru, where 'ehe at once entered upon
her duties ss secretary to President A. L
Cavlneaa .of . the state normal eehool.
' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ' Beam were
among the callera of tho week. Mra.
Peam was formerly Miss Marjorle Maeon,
and both she and Mr. Beam were mem
bera of the class of 1920. They will make
tbetr home In California.
Miss Evelyn Gardner haa accpled a
stenographic position In the office of Mr.
F. C. Crocker, breeder of fine live atock,
at Filley. Neb.
Mra. Oearhart. mother of Miss Ruth
Gearharr, formerly a member of the N.
S B faculty, arrived from Chicago Fri
day for a visit at the homo of Mlas Ger
Aug. 13, 1921.
Wheat receipts today were 1(56
cars, corn 80, oats 36, rye 31 and
barley 1.1. Wheat' prices were gener
ally unchanged to lc higher. Corn
was unchanged to lc lower. White
was Jlc to lc off, and yellow and
mixed generally c off. Oats were
y3c to lc lower. Rye declined a cent.
Barley was unchanged.
No. 1 hard: 1 car, $1.1$ (dark): 1 car,
$1,171 (66 per cent dark); 2 cars, $1.17;
1 car, $1.17 76 per cent dark); 2 cars,
$1.16; 1 car. $1.15; 1 car, $1.13 (yellow).
No. 2 hard: 1 car. $1.20 (dark): 1 car.
$1.18 (dark); S cars, $1.1T (specisl bill
ing); 3 cars. $1.16; 1 car. $1.16 (apeclal
billing): 1 car. $1.16 (amutty); 3 cars,
$1.14; 4 eara. $1.14; 1 car, $1.14 (smuttyt;
I car, $1.13: 7 eara, $1.13 (smutty); 4 eara.
SI. 13 (yellow);' 1 car, $1,121 (yellow);
6 eara, $1.12 (yellow); 1 car, $1.11 (yel
low). N'o. 3 hard: 1 car, $1.18 (dark-); 1 car,
$1.17 (dark, smutty); 1 car. $1.11 (dark,
smutty); 1 car, $1.15 (amutty): 1 car.
$l.t6 (heavy, smutty): 2 cars. $1.14; 4
eara, $1.14 (smutty); cars, $1.13; 3 cam,
$1.1$ (smutty): 9 cars, $1.13 (smutty);
1 car, $1.12; 8 eara, $1.13 (yellow): 1 ear,
$1.11 (smutty): 3 eara, $1.11 (yellow)j 1
car. $1.11 (yellow, smutty); I car, $1.11
No. 4 hard: 1 car, $1.1$ (amutly): S
rare. $1.11 (jellow);. 3 eara, $1.10 lamut
ty): 6 eara. $1.10 (yellow).
No. 6 hard: 1 car. $1.13 (dark); 1 car,
$l.t2 (amutty): 1 car, $1.10 (smutty).
Ssmple hard: 1 ear. $1,131 (heavy).
No. 4 spring: 3 cars, $108 (northern).
No. 1 mixed: 1 car. $1.13 (durum).
No. 3 mixed: I car. $1.11 (amutty); 1
No. 2 durum: 1 car, $1.11.
Uo. 3 durum: 1 car. $1.0 (smutty).
No. 1 white: $ eara. 46e.
No. 1 yellow: $ eara, 47c; ear, 46a
(no billing.) ... , ,
No. 2 yellow: 1 car, 471e (special bill
ing): 3 cars, 47c.
No. 1 mixed: 1 car, 4614c; 1 ears, 460
(no billing); 1 car, 46c.
No. 3 mixed: 6 cars. 46r.
No. 3 mixed: 3 cars. 46c.
No. mixed: 1 ear, 46c.
No. 3 white: 1 car, 31e; 1 ear, S$!ic;
3 eara. 29c: ( cars. 2814; 1 car, 27c
No. 4 whits: 1 car, 80c: I ear, 3814e;
1 car, 28ct 2 cars, 2714 T14 cars, 2.c
Sample white: 2 ears, S8c; 1 tar, 260
(very poor, 26 lbs.)
No. 2: S ears. 98c; $-( car, 97e.
No. 3: ears, 97c.
v.. 1. 1 Ma IV t6e. -
Sample: 2 cars, 96c.
No. 8: 1 ear, 65c.
No. 3: 1 car, 63e.
No 4: 1 ears, 60.
Sample: 1 ear, 46c; 1 ear. 48c; cars,
OMAHA RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Today. Ago. Ago.
...166 271" It
... 36 83 f
CHICAGO CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
KANSAS CITY RECEIPTS
. ST. LOUIS RECEIPTS.
....... i 46 84
Today. Yr. Ago.
tdmiidv bvptiVt vn SHIPMENTS.
Receiots Tooay. ir.
Oats , 1,677,000
NORTHWESTERN WHEAT RECEIPTS
. ... 49
PROGRESS OF THE CROPS.
Weekly Crop Bulletin of tho AgTlcuHar-1
. Bureau of tho Omaha Chamber of
The Improved weather conditions for
corn in all Mississippi valley atates, not
ed laat week In thia bulletin, is reflect
ed in all the official reports this week.
More moisture came to moat of the ter
ritory laat week, especially to the mora
southerly districts and there seems to ba
no further occasion for anxiety on tho
score of laok of moisture to make tha
crop. The cool nights sine August 1.
which hav kspt temperature averages
from 3 to 6 degrees below normal
throughout tha corn belt, coupled with
large rainfall, hav retarded maturlt
of the corn plant 'until now aome. anxiety
la beginning to be felt lest such condition
continuing may result in a soft corn crop.
This feeling Is more pronounced in. tho
Kansas City dlatrlct, whera soma sta
tions report more than six Inchea of rain
,.: . i . .A1 T ,h nnrthnm
wumn in. jiofc " . - -
stretches of the corn belt, particularly in
me UaKOHB SHU auniirm,,., tu-
made eteady progress throughout the aea
son snd la now ao far matured that
very good crop is assured. In the drouth,
district, although condltlone hav Im
proved ao greatly: there Is a certainty
that many of the fielda will prove to hav
a large per cent of nubbins and still
more of it will be shallow In ths grain.
Under such clreurnatances and "with con
siderable damaged areaa In the eaatem
cotton atatee and in ths weat a large part
of Texas. Oklahoma and Kanaaa, ex
tending Into southwestern Nebraska and
eastern. Colorado still needing moisture.
It would seem that much larger reduc
tions in estimates of the crop thsn th
ss.000,000 bushels of the August 1 es
timate ahould be made. The states In tho
Mississippi valley drouth srea had ap
proximately S6.0OO.fl0O acres In their suf
fering sections. They were given a max
imum crop proepect on July 1. It would
be easy Indeed, therefore, to scale the
estimate three timea tha reported de
creaae. Thresher return reports from the spring
wheat belt are very meager and are grv
en in the most general- terms. One geta
very little light on the actual crop yielo!
from that source. The current reports
of wheat yields one gets from the mar
ket reporta are not enlightening, either,
sine they ao frequently appear to bo
"doctored" for market propaganda. But
in aa much as the new future trading act
penalizes the circulation of false mar
ket reporie. we win - -
of truth and righteousness In ths grain.
""fhe'eotton states had much grain from
.. . . ..,i... -Arth nii . . .1 ana
tne tiea niver i,.- -- ...
very high tempersturea All "W
ffood progreea r-cif,'.
wevll. which is the great present enemy
of cotton, work, most In wet "tathsr.
which washee off the poison dusted on
the plant, and which I. efficient only n
rlrv weather. A1o ahedding of Moon
without fertilization of th flower occurs
when there Is much rain. The cotton crop
may. llierenire, u- it-,..-. " ,
. . , . . jt ,. ,, Fruit
snd truck hav been very plentiful In tha
south ana tne ueoria bcko iv
haa been practically all marketed, will
. . w . ....! frelvht
tates and leave a fair return to the grow
er. Arizona naa irn n-, .
en cotton made from volunteer aecdlngs.
in -.. .i... .w hi t. standard
I niB win an,c mai. . ..-
of cultivation expected from growing cot
ton unaer irriaaiion inriuui i iwj
prove a disappointment.
The eoaat and mountain tates
had mostly rontlnued dry 'h- """"
high temperatures along the California
coast. No Important change have taken
place in agriculture In that territory. Dry
farming la at further dlaadvant.ge and
In Oregon the unirnsaieo -
-hA -ir", . "".rowing
districts In the east ar dl"rrn"f,:
The New York state apr r,;n.
?. i-f' n.vcL'"15,. 5:hV
surrerea ne.viiy i,i -----
and will . probably lv. only on. -third f
normal rrop. i n - r - -
and Michigan which furnlah the main
part of the eastern aurplua. outald of
New York state, make a better showing
aa Ontario and the lower St. Lawrene
valley report normal crops -i -nyir.. -the
west we hav continued fair proa
pects for fruit in tba mountain valleys
and Fugcl ftouna coumry -above
It Is expected that much of tha
Puaet' Sound and California fruit will be
aent to Atlantic coast eltle. by water
transportation through the Panama ea
hal Should this occur, th nilddlewast. '
. , ,. -1., ...!,,,. a. a, tA-.l .
wnii-n ia ... . . - -
supply, will be dependent on th Inter-
mountain i.i-a. in- i' - al
ready coming to market from, th rco
valley la. New Mexico,.
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