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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1921.
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MAIN OFFICE 17th and Farnia Sta.
South 8idt 4936 South 24th fit.
Council Bluffa la Scott St.
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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
OL1NC1IARD Edward, aged 60 years, at
the homo of hla brother, Albert, 3416
Jscksnn 8t., Auk. II. Ha Is aurvtved
by six brother Hiid thrtt sisters.
' Funeral Thursday afternoon from John
A. i.tntlemnn'a mortuary at 4 p. m.
Interment Forest Lawn cemetery.
WB winh to thank our many friends anil
neignnors ror their sympathy and beau
tiful floral offering during the death
cf our beloved Hon, Fred, Mr. and Sire.
Fred Rnpay end Family.
An. Ideal location Just north of city
llnilta and west of Florence with mllce
of macadam pavement. 320 tcrce. Per
petual car. Not operated for profit.
Office 42d and No. City Llmite. City
office, 720 Hrandrla Theater.
HULSE & RIEPEN,
(Formerly at 701 South Sixteenth St.)
' Have moved to
1214 CUMING STREET.
STACK & FALCONER
ROW AM B ULANCEh a?vomi
, Thlrty-thlrd and Farnam.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Phone MA. 265. Office 3611 Fsrnsm
FJ,B AKBULANCH call MA rket 060.
Korlsko Funeral Home. tSd and O Sta.
LEE L. LARMON IZZf
1814 Douglaa St.' Douglas 8"4-4.
JOHN BATH. 1104 Farnam. Jackson 1308,
! Henderson. 1607 Farnam. Jackson 1261.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
girinli nd EV MaJor' KD'i Pierce,
Julius and Mary Filipowic, 4300 South
John and Anna Bojan, 3I6 H, girL
William and Anna Slegl, htspltai, g'rl.
Filadelfo and Lucia Caniglia, 611
Christ and Bertha Kalb, hospital, girl.
Thomas and Edna McCormick. hospital,
Elton and Cecilia Bradley, hospital,
Henry and Nina Schmitt, 2857 Vr.
William and Bess Streeter. hosnital.
John and Leslie Schmidt, hospital, boy.
Oliver ana Mabel Milligan, hospital,
Herman and Dora Lorencen, hospital,
Frank and Blanch Lynch, hospital,
James and Ann Blakeney. hospHa), boy.
Hubert and Oraca Reynolds, 4232 May
berry avenue, girL
Hannah Lewis, 63, hospital.
Hannah Goodrich Hemmings, II, 2521
Andrew A. Palm, 14. 6201 Center.
Mrs. Dorothy Alice Hill, 60. hospital.
Erull P. Reinhardt, 26, Omaha, oiid
Ollle P. Morrison, 23, Omaha.
Clyde C. Hill, 25, Goodland, Kan., tnd
Datsy Holtberg, i5, Omaha.
Benjamin F. Margolen, 26, Omaha, and
Cells D. Ross, 20, Omaha.
Charles Garrett, 46, Omaha, and May
Wilson, 29, Omaha.
Rlnaldo Sihilla. 25, Omaha, and De'.fir.a
Aldera, 20, Omaha.
Loula Carlson, over 21. Omshn, and
Amanda S. Holman, over 21. Omaha.
Bernard Caffrey, 18, Columbus, Xek,
and Elizabeth, fi. Bledlngtc, 27, Norfolk,
K 'i.' Fred Shields, 21, Omaha, and
Catherine Hofmann, 10. Omaha.
David E. Boggess, 37, Des Moines, la.,
and Flora B. Whetsel, 37. Des Moines, la.
Albert J. Rumley, ii. Ouaha, and
Anna E. "Wlleon. 38. Omaha.
Paul A. Gantt, over 21, Ames, la., ana
Beth E. King, over 21. Omaha. '
Fred Hoppe, 36. Omaha, ani Florence
McBride, 23, Omaha.
. Giuseppe Sesto, 30, Omaha, and Lucia
.Franco, 20, Omaha. '
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS!
PARTIES known who atola 60 or more
thoroughbred pedigreed Toggenberg
goata from tha goat farm at 60 S.
I 13th; return at once to avoid further
FOR ARTICLES LOST on street eara tele
phono Tyler 800. W ara anxious to re-
store lost articles to rightful owners.
S OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RT.
'LOST Airedala dog, 72d and Military
Ave.! had collar with chain attached.
reward. Call walnut ev
LOST Case containing tortoise-rimmed
nose-glasses. Liberal reward. Doug.
LOST Brindl Boston bull terrier, male.
Call JA. 4093. Reward. ,
HATTIH Putman, Nubono Corset Shop,
601 Karbach Block. AT. 293-
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,.
Wgaslne. W collect. W distribute.
Phone Douglas 4135 and our wagon
will call. Call and inspect our new
home, 1110-1113-1114 ionge b'..
J.UBONE corsets. Mary Schaefer. fitting
guar., surg. belts. 615 N. 25 St. DO. 7236.
BAT IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
& 8WOBODA, 1416 FARNAM STREET.
ELECTRIC bath and massage. Web. 2911.
CHILDREN cared for by week. Wsl. 4661.
MASSAGE 210 North Seventeenth Street.
KENT HOOVER vacuum. 31 up. Har. 1071.
BATH massage. 318 Neville Blk.
ACCORDION, aide, knife, sunburst, bos
pleating, covered buttons, all sizja and
styles; hemstitching, picot edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co., 303
Brown Blk. Jackson - 1036.
NEB. Pleating & Button Co.. 1806 Farnam
St.. Id floor. Douglaa 6670.
BRICK plasterer and cement, new and
repair work. J. Nau. Walnut 4567.
Vol Pino School for Dancing. 2424
JVei-jT Hie Farnam. Douglas I860.
Farnam. Douglas 7860.
fa Dancing Academy, Har. 2792.
1818 Farnam. Douglas 8440.
DRESSMAKING, fancy and plain. Web.
DRESSMAKING. 408 SOUTH 24TH ST.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau. Railway
Ex. Bldg., JA. 1050, Night, KEN. 3312.
Independent Detective Bureau, 304 Neville
Blk. Atl. 6501; night, WaU 4058; K. 04t.
JAMES ALLAN, 311 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured in all cases. Atlantic 1114."
J"UR3 remodeled, rellned and cleaned.
KXEETEB ALASKA FUR CO
103 S. 16th St. Douclas 7288.
tflLMS developed; printing and enlarging.
I Writ for prices. The Ensign Co., 1(67
Howard St. , .
FILMS developed, one-day service. Kase
t 8tudia, 311-: Ntviile Elk.
I DON'T FEEL VERY WELL BUT
GUESS I BETTER CT
6IT TO THE OFFICE -
I WONDER WHO THAT
X V. MARTIN, patent atty.. 1714 Dodge.
LOHRMAN, the reliable ladlee' tailor, 1320
Farnam. Stands for atyle, price and
quality. Katabliahed alnce 191(1. Prewar
price. Order your fall clothe now.
Have It ready when you want It.
SUITS pressed, remodeled, lined. HA. 6801,
Hay Fever Sufferers
Quick positive relief by using M, A.
P., an antiseptic compound discovered
by French chemist. Send II for trial
treatment. Muignen .Chemical Company,
! Molne, la.
to buy back at email profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO.. 40S N. 16th St, Doug
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattresses made
. over in new tlcka at half the price of
new beds. 1P0T Cuming. Jackson 2467.
RAZOR BLADES aharpened. Single, 35c;
double edge, 4So doa. Mall ordera so
licited. Omaha .Sharp Co.. 103 N. 16th.
NEW and rebuilt electrical apparatus,
neuron mectrto, III B. 13th St., Omaha.
WHITELY, tire and radlatpr man; reas.
prices; work guar. 320 3. 13th. DO. 6603.
FULL dress and tuxedos for rent. John
Feldman. 10 JT. lth St. Jackson 3128.
ROGERS Confectionary Store, 24th and
Farnam St.. Jackson 0127.
Omaha Towel Supply, SO 7 8. 11th. JA. 0628
BRITT Printing Co.. 7 Elks Bldg.
Furniture and Household Goods.
STUFFED rocker, ,$; floor lamp. '14;
trunk. $5; baby buggy, flu. Call Har
ney 7130. .
FOR SALE Ona Hoosier kitchen cabinet
ana 8X1J Axminater rug. HA. 4660.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
GEORrsH 4. SMITH Dealer in drums,
xylopho. es, etc.. Instructions, repairing.
Address 2761 Davenport St. for catalog.
Phone Harney 2967. Try Smith's pedal.
BARGAINS In used saxophones, saxo
phones, band inatruments. Repairing.
Myer Sax, Shop. 1123 S. 29th, 1IA. 4T93.
VIOLINS, bows, strings and repairing at
lowest prices. aiattnews- ntuiio, do
Douglaa Blk., Opp. Haydena. AT. 2096.
Clothing and Furs.
DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER TO
WEARER. SAVING YOU LARGE
THE OPENING OF OUR NEW
Offering for this week a nelectlon of
150 FUR COATS AND WRAPS
Priced from $35 to 8165. which com
pare with retail store prices ranging
from 149.50 to 3325.
The models are both plain and
luxuriously trimmed with beaver, squir
rel, marten, and Australian opossum,
in all lengths and sizes.
Also a beautiful selection of capes,
coatees-, stolts, and chokers.
All merchandise guaranteed. Call and
convince yourself. Deposits accepted.
Chas. J. Goldstein Fur Co.
16TH AND DOUGLAS 8TS. OVER
FRY SHOE STORE.
TEL. JACKSON 1132.
MAIL ORDERS .GIVEN PROMPT
FOR sale, a few unclaimed, all-wool "Dun
dee" suits, cheap, alterations free.
DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS,
Northwest Cor., 15th and Harney Sts.
Typewriters and Supplies.
AH MAKES bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Solo agents for the CORONA.
Get our prices before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Jackson 4120. 1912 Farnam.
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts.
15th and Harney. Douglas 1973.
WE buy, sell safes, make desks, show
cases, etc. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co.,
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas. J A. 2724.
FOR SALE Two Jewel furnaces almost
new. Apply 400 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
S gross 24-oz. new quart size beer
battles. Charles Jarl, 1703 Leavenworth.
POWERS well machine, half price. Terms.
Write J. W. Hobcon, Plattsmouth, Neb.
BUT your kindling wood now; shortage
this fall. Acme Box Co.. Harney 137.
DIAMOND stud, 2Vi karat, worth $800.
for sale at sacrifice. At. 6760.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. D. 6146
HELP the American Legion help the ex
service men. Give us a chance to get a
man for that vacant job you have. No
charge for employer or employe. Jack
son 2714. Douglas 676R.
MAN Some general office experience, de
sires position as stenographer. Walnut
SITUATION WANTED By colored woman
as maid, wits reference. Call Market
Laundry and Day Work.
LAUNDRY work or house cleaning,
SEWING and day work.. WA. 4M4.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
With 4 years' experience
11th and Cass Sts.
BRJ.CKLAYKR9 art being paid $10 per
day in Dallas. Lots ef building under
construction. Suggest you wire or write
us if you are interested In coming here
to live. Dallas Open Shop (Siiuare
lesl) Association, Second Floor South
land Life Hid?.. Dallas. Tex.
.dOLER BARBER COLLEGE.
110 B. 14 IP. Wrlie.for catalog.
) Y, -1 I I
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
fOCNG man, atudy law! Evening down
town sessions. University of Omaha.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Two mor good men wanted
by well-established company. A
bright opportunity for the right
men. Make appointment. Doug
67 MILES per gallon made with new
patented gasoline vaporizer. Write for
particulars. Stransky aporizer Co.,
Pukwana, S. D.
WANTED Distributor for a nationally
advertised product. Call Mr. Mattlngly
or Air. r- ore, noom zui, r omeneiie noiei.
WANTED Married man to work on
farm: must be experienced; house fur
nished. Writ F. C Crocker, Castle
1,000 'MEN WANTED TO WEAR
Uncle Sam's Shoes at 12.30 Per Pair.
MIDWEST HARNESS CO.. 706 N. 16th,
Professions and Trades.
TEACHERS Grade, with two years' col-
. lege training; Latin, domestic science,
mathematics, with degrees. CItne Teach
ers' Agency. Columbis, Mo.
Household and Domestic.
Watch the Domestic Column of The
Bee Want Ada Oood . well-paid and
homelike plncrt alwaye advertised.
WANTED Experienced white second girl
with good references. Apply Mrs. W, H.
M.cCord, 5201 Davenport.
WHITE GIRL for general housework:
small family; must have ref. It. 0160.
WANTED Ten girls for work in Snow
White bakery. Must be IB years old
or over. Apply at once to Superintend
ent's office, third floor.
Iten Biscuit Co.,
13lh and Capitol Ave
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
foaming; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Tri-Clty Barber College.
FALL TERM SEPTEMBER 6.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
' Complete courses in accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short
hand and typewriting, railroad and
wireless telegraphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches.
Write, call or phone Jackson 1565 for
large illustrated catalog. Address
Boyles Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
GLASGOW, ANNIE E., voice and piano.
o03 Karbach Block. Jackson 1081.
WANTED Distributor for a nationally ad
vertised product. Call Mr. Mattingly or
Mr. Fore, Room 207, Fontenelle Hotel.
FOR SALE Good paying drug store.
Cash at 90 per cent. Secured terms or
trade. Cowles Pharmacy, Tutan, Neb.
WANT tq hear from owner having busi
ness for sale. J. C McConney, Termin
al building, Omaha, Nib.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS?
Or have you planned on making a
change, which will bo more convenient
for you? 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 lists are absolutely
free of charge to all readers and adver
tisers of The Omaha Beo and published
soleiy for their convenience and benefit.
Call any time. Atlantic 1000. .Want
15TH AVE., 614 SOUTH Nicely furnished
room, walking distance. Dg. 7052.
NICE clean room for 1 or? girls; private
home. Jackson 0567.
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.
FARNAM St.. 2709, 2 or 4 rooms with
kitchenette for light housekeeping.
HK. rooms. Har. 2505 or Dg. 7086.
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.
THREE modern unfurnished rooms, sep
arate entrance. Garage optional. 4112
X. 33d St.. KE. 3708.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Beautifully furnished, living room, din
ing room, breakfast room and kitchen.
4 bedrooms and bath. Hot water heat.
$150 per month. Possession Sept. 1.
.mimon ados, evenings Atlantic 1910.
FURNISHED cottage for rent at Lake 1
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
FOR RENT Six-room furnished apsrt
ment, desirable location, walking dis
tance; will sublease to party buying
furniture. An opportunity to get a nic
homt reasonable. Harney 7289.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists In apartment management.
WANTfcD TO RENT.
Office and Desk Room.
WANTED Office room with use of tele-
pnone; state price wanted and what
you hav by letter to Box T-1647. Oma
FOR RENT Business Property
For rent st Grand Island. Xeb.,
"equipped with hog hoist and d, horning
machine; also single and double bee;
hoist, up-to-date sausage equipment.
Capacity of plant, car of hoga and car
of cattle daily. Present lase expires
November 1. 1921, Address Loup Val
ley Packing Co., C. E. Rssset. Scvy.,
in West Kn.-nie fit. ('.rand Island,
0. S. Tatent Offiet
( HELLO! OH IS THIS III II II ... ThII ( SO THAT CUY I'M GL'AD IM
WyVES? Ml IV V THINKS HE'S jlOMNAj 5lCK; .
' 1921 v'lNT tTFtATURI SCRVICt. NC 2
FOR RENT Business Property.
DESIRABLE office space in Wead bldg,
F. D. WEAD,
318 South 18lh St. AT. 0151.
CORNER store. 22x0. 701 S. 16th St.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY
"Where Oms ha Rents."
17th and Farnam Sts. Atlantic 0544.
GOOD store in good location.
F. D. WEAD.
SIS So. 18th St.
SEE F. D. WEAD. 210 S. 1STH ST.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
WHEAT screenings. $1.60 per WO, del.
A. W. Wagner, 801 N. 16th. JA. 1142.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY STa'n CO.
STORAGE MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES TO ALL
1107-11 Howard St. Jackson 0288.
Separata locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
BEKINS OMAHA VAX AND STORAGE,
806 South 16th. Douglas 4163.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Bowen Co. Atlantic S400.
ESTIMATES furnished on storage & mov
ing. Contracts taken by Job or hr. Globe
Van & Storage Co.. JA. 4338, AT. 0230.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
We have been selling more cars than
we have had an opportunity to buy. If
they are used, not abused, we will buy
about 40 cars.
Saleday Car Co.,
Fortieth and Farnam St.
FORD touring cars, roadsters, trucks;
1919, '20 ana moaeisi wnn or witn
out starters. We are not 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.
FOR SALE Cadillac Victoria Coupe,
model 5,, driven 15,500 miles: excel
lent condition. Cosh only. No trades
considered. Phone Harney 7176 or
SOME bargains in used Ford cars. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, 15th and Jackson.
BUY A GUY L. SMITH USED CAR.
A Safe Investment.
I6th and Farnam St. Phone D. 1970.
HUDSON sedan, good paint, good tires.
good motor; trade for new Ford sedan
and $300. Address Bee Box X-9.
NEW model 85 Detroit electric sedan. Leys
than wholesale. Address Box Y-1650,
FOR SALE 7-passenger car in first class
condition: pest offer takes It. Fbone
USED cars, bought, sold and exchanged.
TKAwvurt auto CO.. 2210 Farnam St.
Private car, Wcstcott, cost $2,650, wilt
lane saou ir sola at once. Ken. 2961.
NEW and used cars bought and told.
uoiastrom Auto-Bales. 1318 Harney.
Repairing and Painting
Chtes & Peterson, auto vepair. 810 S. 25th.
HOLLY, expert auto trimmer. 812 S. 24th.
INTERLOCK inner tires and relincrs do
prevent punctures and blowouts. Vul
canizers Supply Co., 2912 Farnam St.
ATTENTION! LANDSEEKERS Good
naruwooa lanas in iwjclugan. well locat
ed; 20, 40, 80 ac, tracts, $15 to $30 per
ac. Small pmt. down. bal. long time.
Wo help you. Send for free booklet.
Swigart Land Co., J-1252, First Natl.
Bk. Bldg.. Chicago.
EQUITY I.and Exchange, St. Paul. Minn.
South Dakota Lands.
SOUTH DAKOTA You can own your
own rarm, write ror free literature
describing the state and its oppor
tunities in farm lands. South Dakota
produces annually more new agricul
tural wealth than any other state. Land
is low priced. Write today. State Im
migration Department, Irwin D. Al
drich, Commissioner, Pierre. S. D.
SOLDIER 640-acro homestead, 7-month
residence. Duff, Casper, Wyo.
Real Estate Loans.
We have cash on hand to loan on Omaha
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.
638 Keeline Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Om. Xat. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 2715.
3100 to $10,000 made promptlv.
P. P. WEAD. Wead Bldg. 31U S. 18th St.
HELD Land Co., real estate, loans and
Insurance, 6054 Military Ave.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
We have several clients for 6 and S
room bungalows in all parts of the
One client has $2,600 cash; three with
$2,000 cash, and several with $1,000
and $1,500 cash. These rlien's must
have homes at once. Xo inflated values
List your property with Tukey. Four
expert salesmen at your service.
A. P. TUKEY - SOX,
620 First Nat l Bk. Bldg. J A. 4 '-'23.
Evenings call Mr. Schermerhorn, WA.
0145; Mr. Beveridge, AT. 4701.
I want immediately, 6-r. oak. gar
age, good location, the best that $8,000
cash will buy. Don't inflate. Price
your property at ita reel value and we
can make a deal.
Har. 6545 Evenings Har. 6701.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Xat. Bk. Bldg.
GRTIENIG REALTY CO. LIST
VJXVU AJAIiVJ homes and income
property with us. 141s 1st Xat'I Bank
Bldg., Jackson 1966.
W ANTED To buy u six-room house, two
stories. Field club or southwest district.
D. V. SHOLES CO..
Jackson 0046. 915 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDKB HOMES
C. B. STUHT CO..
City Nat'l Bldg. Douglas 8787.
THE Old Reliable Real Estme Office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
1508 Dodge St, Douglas 1345.
HAVE Inquiries for hoinna do you want
to aell your property? List it with
C A. Grlmmel. Onmha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
850 Peters Trust Bldg. Jackson 633.
PROMPT tales, of yavr real estate; we
hav many bur and solicit your busi
ness. Shoptn Si Co.. Realtors. JA. 422!.
SEE JIGCS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PACE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
TO BUY OR SELL real estate see Glover
Spain, 910-20 City National Bank.
LIST with us. We guarantee results.
STIER REALTY CO.. 716 Bee, DO. 6545.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
Saturday. Aug. 27, 11 a. m. on th
premises. Two lots, size 114x124, south
east corner of Sherman Ave. and Em
met St., hountzo Place. Fine location,
among beautiful homes, south and east
fronts, large enough for 3 houses.
Terms: 1-3 rash; balance, 3 years, S
COL. C. i CALHOUN". Los Angeles, Cat
COL. JAMES L. DO WD, Omaha,
East front, on Fontenell blvd. Own
er will sacrifice for quick sale. Call
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Fine Income, Good Home
8 rooms, strictly mod. Owner now re
ceiving $125 Income from 4 rooms, lives
in the other 4. Lavatory In each bed
room, oak floora and flnsh down. Ga
rage for 3 cars, snlendid lot. 4 blocks
from postofflce. Only $8,000, about half
easn. uertainiy pay you to Investigate
mis at once. Sunday Wal. 6391.
BROWN REALTY CO..
205 So. 19th St.. Room 211.
TALK ABOUT INVESTMENTS.
Listen to this: Just off 16th, M block
from Ford plant on Cuming, lot 44x66.
Has a real income besides being an in
vestment itself, specials all paid. An
s-room nouse in gooa snap ana
room house returning 3756 annually.
Price, only $6,000. Your chance to buy
right for only 31,000 down. Call us for
J A. 4228. Kecline Bldg.
CORNER lot with store and flats above
and three cottages. Income $1,935
ALFRED THOMAS & SON CO.
604 First Nat'l Bk. Jackson 0064
E. H. BENNER CO. TRACKAGE.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
HAVE clear quarter section of land in
Colorado and some cash for good 6
room, all-modern house. Address R-34,
TWO-STORY brick building on public
square in Charlton Iowa for Nebraska
or Colorado land. Box 124, Shenandoah,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
6-ROOM mod. house, Palmer Ave. Also
acre in Sunkist Acres. Red 1673.
For $4,650 you can buy a neat strictly
modern home In Dundee. This is not
a new home but is well worth the
money. Pine finish, paved strict, pav
ing paid. Three blocks to car. $1,000
cash will handle. Ask for Mr. Carse at
Douglas 7412 days.
Nethaway. Flor.-prop, no colored. KE. 1403
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Five room, end bath
Full cement basement
Ivory and white enamel finish
Quarter sawed oak floors
Beautiful wall paper
Large lot, 40x128.
One block from car line
Three blocks from Cathedral
Ready in two weeks
Northwall & Johnson.
DO. 7487. 603 Electric Bldg.
314 S. 57th St.
Nine-room buff stucco, located on an
east front lot, 150x160 ft. This home
Is finished in white quarter sawed oak;
oak paneled dining room: beamed ceil
fngs: kitchen with latest of built-in-
features. Garage for three cars. The
attractiveness of this home cannot be
realized without your personal Inspec
tion. Price and terms given upon ap
plication. George & Company.
A fine bungalow of 6 rooms finished
In oak throughout. Built-in features.
Large attic; full cemented basement;
excellently arranged. Garage. Owner
leaving city. Must be sold. A bargain
Charles W. Martin & Co.,
742 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. AT. 0187.
CLAIRMONT BUNGALOW, very at
tractive home, oak finish and floors,
strictly modern, nic yard. Good garage.
Price $6,500: $500 cash.
NEW BUNGALOW, 6-r. modern, oak
finish. Irftrge corner lot. good garage.
Price $3,500. Terms $1,000 cash. Phone
D. E. BUCK & CO.,
4 42 Omaha Natl. Bit. Jackson 2000.
Evenings: Xewton. Ha. 6942: Perrou,
Web. 0832: F.uck. Ken. 2834.
Owner Leaving City.
Fie-room home in Walnut Hill dis
trict. Price for quick sale, $2,200 with
easy terms. Largo shady lot, close to
car line and good school.
N. P. Dodge Company.
T. W. Metcalfe. Manager . Local
404 Mlckel Bldg.
A fine' new S-room bungalow close to
Clairmont, j block to car and 2 blocks
to school. Csll Lambert, KE. 2606 even
ings, or DO. 7412 days.
123 NO. 43D AVE.
See this beautiful stucco bungalow. All
floors finest oak. Mahogany and white
enamel finish. Tile bath, steam heat. A
beautiful bargain. Easy terms. Jackson
3656. Evenings Atlantic 1910. .
Omaha Real Estat and Investment.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Patton Plk. Atlantic 48S0.
i ROOMS at 630 North 41st Ave., 7 rooms
at 1106 Lincoln Blvd. Phons owner and
builder. Har. 3195, or Harney 0?27.
J B. KORINSON. real est te and Invest
ment. 642 Pet, r Trust. P . R097. ,
O. E. iH'CK & CO. buy and tell humca.
Where It Started
According to tradition boinljs, the
favorite weapons of. anarchists, tcr
rorists and other undesirable citizens,
were the invention of a bishop. Ga
len, bishop of Minister, is credited
with being the author of these de
vices. The first recorded throwing
or bombs was on the 4th ot March,
1580, on the town of Wachtendouck,
(Copyright, 1921. Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.)
Real Estate Transfers
Daniel Manning and wife to Roy
- Clement McCormick, Lafeyetto
Ave.. 60 ft. W. of 42d St., 100x150.$ '
Francis Dworak and husband to
Joseph Fedr and wife. 18th St..
200 ft. S. of U St., E. S. 26x130. . 800
rea M. Clute to Paul Springer, 35tli
St., 63 ft. S. of Parker St.. E. S.
Ldyla c. Bruechert Woth and hus
band to Louis Berka, et al, 11th
St.. 90 ft X. of Dorcas St.. E. S.
a. w. Volland and wife to Louis
Berka. tt al, Cass 8t 40 ft. W.
of 44th St., S. S. 40x128 300
Clara Somer and husband to Lida
L. Leet. Miami SL. 100 ft. W. of
43d St.. 50x120 2SS
Annie Clniosky and husband to An
ton Oltveckl. 19th St.. 155 ft. S.
of P St., E. S. 26x130 1,050
Samuel B. Williams and wife to
Henrv Ouade. 1r.. N. W. Cor. Sotlf
and A St., 150x280 1,200
William H. Russell and wife to
Henrv Ouade. Ir.. 33d St.. 63 ft.
X. of Davenport St.. E. S. 60x121 1,800
Joseph Lee Stewart and wife to
Charles H. nurKe. rowier Ave.,
43 ft. E. of 38th St., N. S. 40x150 3,00
Conrad A. Swanson and wife to
.Tnrnes A. Howard. 68th St.. 131
ft. X. of Ohio St.. W. S. 60x163.. 5,500
West Farnam Home
7 rooms and sleeping porch: full 2
story house ; consisting of a large living
room across the front, dining room and
kitchen on the first floor, finished in
quarter-sawed oak; 4 bedrooms and
sleeping porch on the second and 2
rooms finished on the third floor that
can be used as maid's rooms; dandy big
lot on paved street, paving paid; ga
rage. This property belongs to an out-of-town
owner. Just received a mes
sage from him to get an offer on same,
Can be bought at a bargain figure.
Payne Investment Co.,
637 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg., Doug. 1780.
42D AXD JACKSON, $3,230.
A nifty S-room all modern bungalow
and a lovely lot. Only one in the dis
trict a the price. Somebody with
$1,000 or $1,500 can get a bargain. Call
SCHROEDER INVESTMENT CO..
Realtors. J A. 3261.
I Need Cash,, Must Sell
My home of 7 rooms, mod., at greatly
reduced price. If you are looking for
a bargain and have a reasonable cash
payment call Jack. 1030. Xo dealers
17th and Willis Avenue.
Five rooms, all modern. Oak finish,
white enamel . bath, floored attic. 1
block from ear. Paved street, good
neighborhood. A snan at $5,000.
JA. 1434. 1806 Dodge.
Harney 1731 Evenings.
I have 20 houses for sale, small pay
ment down. 4, 6, 6 and up to 10 rooms,
able to sell at $200 and $225 and $260,
cash, balance monthly.
E. M. DAVIS,
2530 Grant St., Webster 2420.
Near Kountze Park. A dream of a
bungalow, 6-r. Beautiful hedge, cor
ner lot, paved street, garage, all for
$5,500. Must sell by Sept 1.
Doug. 6545. Evenings Har. 6701.
CHOICE MINNE LUSA LOT.
28th and Titus, south front, all paving
and specials paid. Price $1,000, or will
turn in on five or six-oom cottage.
OSBORNE REALTY CO., Jackson 2282.
. SACRED HEART PARISH.
Seven rooms and bath, strictly mod
ern, good lot; paving all paid; one block
to car. Price $4,500, terms.
OSBORXE REALTY CO.
603 Peters Trust Bldg. Jackson 2282.
4720 N. 39th Good 6-room house, modern
except heat, $700, balance monthly.
Creigh. 608 Bee, Ja. 0200.
8-Room modern bouse, Kountze Place, new
garage, price $6,500. Box R-53, Bee.
Field Club District.
Six rooms, south front, near school
and car line, white quarter sawed oak
and oak floors throughout. Porch
screened, windows weather stripped. Im
mediate possession. Owner wants offer
George & Company.
NEW all modern 5-room bungalow near
24th and Bancroft. $4,600. Easy terms.
FIVE-ROOM house. $1,200; big bargain.
Phone Jackson 0327
; i TO 10 ACRES.
Within walking distance of South
Side industrial district and in direct
line of Omaiia's natural growth south
ward. Few have eer made mistakes In
buying land bordering on a fc rowing
city. This land Is admirably suited for"
small gardening, poultry raising, etc.,
and the location makes it an ideal
homeslte. Will sell on terms of $50 an
acre down and small monthly pay
ments. For appointment call Max
Agor, Harney 1216, or Douglas 6074.
$3,700 Two Lots.
All modern but heat. Th amount of
ground gives plenty of room for garden
and there is quite a little fruit. We are
offering this on very reasonable terms
if so desired. Call Ed Hpicka at Dg.
8215 in the evening or at the office dur
ing the day.
Amos Grant Co., Realtors.
Dg. 8380 330-2-4-0-8 Brandels Th. Bldg.
Only $500 Cash.
This will put you in a five room
bungalow, oak finish and In fine order.
Arranged story and half plan. Price
$4,600. We feel that this is a very good
value for the money, fall Mr. Dickaaon
or If you want fcim in the evening phone
Amos Grant Co., Realtors.
D 63S0. :30-:-4-6-$ Erandcs Th. Bldg.
Drawn for The Bee by McManus
Copyright, 1921. International New Service
Dog Hill Paragrafs
By George Bingham
It has now leaked out as to why
the postmaster has been wearing his
shoes for the last few days. The in
spector is coming.
While the postmaster was tempor
arily absent from his post this morn
ing a calf walked into the postofiice
and chewed up a let of mail. How
ever, the calf was still looking hun
gry when it departed as most of tne
mail was one cent matter.
Yam Sims has rige-ed " a French
harp and is trying to break into the
ranks of society through the Excel
sior 1-iddiing. band. However, the
tront line is still holding firm.
Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adams.
Strand Norma Talmadcrc in "The
Sign on the Door."
Sun Mabel Julienne Scott in
Don't- Neglect Your Wife."
Rialto Roscoe Arbuckle in ''The
Dollar a Year Man."
Moon "Ccld Steel."
Empress "Roads of Destiny."
Muse "What Every Woman
Grand "Danger Ahead."
Louis XIII. Kine of France in the
17th century and now dead nearly
three hundred years, wrote music for
movies. What's more, he wrote mu
sic for Dcuglas Fairbanks. In fair
ness 'to his majesty, however, it
might be well to explain that- Louis
did not know at the time he was
writing this music that it was for
the citervescent Doug. But the fact
remains that it will be one of the
featured selections in a synchroniza
tion being prepared by Louis Gott
schilk, noted composer, for the
"Th ree Musketeers," soon to be re
leased. . '
On completion of "The Sin
Flood," members of the cast pre
sented Frank Lloyd, the director,
with a pipe. On it was. inscribed,
'"From the survivors of the flood."
"Little Lord Fauntleroy" is at last
finished in its picture form. It is
Mary Pickford's most pretentious
production and has taken several
months in the making. Miss Pickfonl
will rest for a time before starting
Mary Miles Mintcr is ncaring
California again alter having made
an extensive tour of Europe with
her mother and sister. She visited the
fiandcrs battlefields and met innu
merable world celebrities while
Yachting on the blue Pacific is
becoming the ultra sport of the film
famous. The latest to be won over
to it is John Griffith Wray, noted
director, who not only owns two
sea-going crafts, but is, beside, a
member ef three yacht clubs. He
spends all his week-ends abroad with
his wile, when he works on the
manuscript of a stage play he is
ONE of the liveliest skits of the vaude
ville, stage is the headline offering
this week at the Orpheunt, which,
together with a varied and spirited bill, is
showing its popularity In immense audi
ences. It is the handsomely mounted of
fering of Blossom Seeley. As lithe, grace
ful and spdightly as ever, the star is
once more presenting "Miss Sj ncopatlon."
Again this season Bennle Fields, the ex
pert singer of coon songs in her principal
support. With Hilly Arlington, the fun
niest musical comedian on the stage, three
other fun-makers are appearing in th
laughable sketch. "Mistakes Will Happen."
The act Is scoring a tremendous laughing
hit. Another amusing feature is the
humorously solemn monologue of Jot
Browning. Mae Melville, accompanied by
George Rule, contributes a funny skit. Sel
dom has the Orpheum so much laugh
compelling entertainment to offer cs these
three acts provide.
Beautifully costumed 1s th artistic
musical novelty offered by th Virginia
Belles as the stellar act of the Empress
show which concludes ita engagement with
tonight's performances. All are talented
musicians and their program Is more than
acceptable, being varied and showing
some lterestlng novelties. A vehicle re
plete with entertainment is thst pre
sented by Clifton & Kramer, who possess
extraordinary talent as singers and come
dians. An act which claims the atten
tion of lovers of terpslchor Is that Intro
duced bv the Dancing La Rsrhc. They
feature In their -t, "Th Red Wall!:.'
which is a revelation In speed, skill ami
n iff i
Romance in Origin
By H. IRVING KING.
The harct in this country lias not
nearly the reputation it has in
Europe for all-round magical prop
erties. But it has not entirely lost
its mystic character even if on this
side the Atlantic it is only a shrub
and on the other side it grows into a
small tree. In this-country it s in
high repute as material for divining
rods and in some sections children
play at conjuring with hazel wands.
In Germany as in this country, it is
thought that no wood is so Rood for
divining rods as hazel and the Ger
man peasant cuts a twig of hazel in
the spring for use as a lightning
protector for the rest of the sum
The reputation of the hazel comes
from the fact that it is one of Thor's
plants and is supposed to have
sprung from the lightning itself. In
many parts of Europe it is supposed
to be a great aid to fruitfulness and
also is much used in love divina-
Just why the hazel is a "lightning
plant" is not apparent. It emerges
in this condition from the far, dun
clouds of Norse mythology and con
tinues as such today. Sonic author
ities think that the ancient Norse
men regarded the hazel as an em-
bodimcnt of the lightning and as
such worshipped it. In some parts
of this country there may still lurk
other superstitions regarding the
hazel allied to those so common in
Copyright, 1S21, by The McClur News
Does the Moon's Reflection Ap
pear to Follow Us on the Water?
Everyone who has been to the sea
shore or even on a lake or river,
for that matter has noticed the
phenomenon of the moon's rays upon
the water. No matter where one
kocs oh a moonlight night, the moon
appears to make a path or light
directly in front, an illusion compar
able to that of the eyes of a picture
which appear to move or follow
everyone that looks at them.' But
when wc remember that everyone
notes the same thing at the same
time regardless of the angles from
which they are looking it is et oncd
apparent that the "path of the moon"
must be an illusion rather than a
The effect is due to the fact that
the entire body of water Is lighted
just as brightly as the limited sec
tion of which each individual is con
scious, but, owing to our compara
tively narrow angle of vision, we a:c
conscious only of that part of the
reflection directly in front of us, the
remainder passing to cither side and
being lost, so far as the individual
is concerned. This may be proven
by moving a little to the right, when
we see a part of the light which for
merly passed outside our angle of
sight, on the other hand, the portion
to the left is again lost and the ap
parent "path" remains of the same
width. It will also be noted that the
"moon path" is wider on a rough or
choppy sea, because the waves inake
additional angles which asist in re
flecting the rays of light, just as the
beams will be reflected momentarily
from waves which are far outside thj
(Copyright. 1921, Wheeler Syndicate. Inc.)
By J. J. MUNDY.
Money and the Wife.
Mr. Married Man, you would be
quite indignant if your wife asked
you to give an account of every dol
lar you spent, but it sne asKs you
for a dollar you are quite aggrieved
if she docs not tell you at once,
what she intends doing with it.
As long as you do not tell her
what you spend, why should you ask
her for what she has spent her
You cannot treat your wife as a,,
child, making her give an account
ing of every little penny she parts
Now be honest, how would you
take it if vour wife spent as much
as you do foolishly?
Would you stand for it without
making strenuous objections?
Why do you not want her to quiz
you about the expenditures you
You say you pay the bills when
she goes out with you why, of
Well then, she cannot be always
out wifh you and she has desires
and certain demands made on her
as a member of society, which causes
her to spend money when she is not
out with you.
Do you consider you have more
rights with the family income than
Is this the way you look at your
wife's side of the money question?
Copyright, 1921 International Feature
Do You Know the Bible ?
(Cover up the answers reaa in ques
tions and see If you can answer them
Then look at the answers to e If you
Follow These Questions and Ans
wer As Arranged by
J. Wilison Roy
1. By what other name was tha.
disciple Thomas called?
2. What was , commanded to
sprinkle blood on the great toe of
the right foot?
3. Where do we find reference to
4. Why was Ichabod, son of
Phincas, so named?
5. Who was known as a mighty
hunter before the Lord?
6. Who was Pekahiah?
1. John xi. 16.
2. Exodus xxix. 20. -
i. Numbers xxiv. 7.
4. I Samuel v. 21.
5. Genesis x. 8.
6. 2 Kings xv. 23.
(Copyright. 1921. Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.)
Ncbra?kani in Capital
Washington. Aug. 22. (Special Tele
gram.) W. E. Tilberg of Midland ro'.
lege, Fremont, who is touring throngs
the east and south, paid bis respect i
A. o. Gordon of Merna Is in the natienal
capitol for a short vidt.
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