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THE r.FK: OMAHA. MONDAY. Al'RIL 10. 1922.
jOnialian Tells of
Attack on Yanks
Gfiirral Morrow Railed Up
in Kpne of Rimian
Officer l.y J. P.
"Gen. Grrgorie SeinenofT hfutJ
nttr hue tif n allowed to Und in
Iht Inifrl htatri. He u the mon
tcr of the tin, n ritcmy of the
American people and the 'worst nun
:rit hat ever lived, m my opinion.
Thu ilid an Onilin. J. P. Cle
Und, 4103 I.afivftte avenue, who wat
a nirnibrr of the Aiin-riran forrei in
Viluria and a personal wilnt, of the
tttlintr of Gen. Chariest I. Morrow'
troop liy the anti-hoUbevik follow
of Sftnenoff, exprei himself
utter reading the account of General
Morrow's atatement, condemniiiif the
Kutian. in 1 he Hcc.
Worie Than Kaiier.
"We talk about the lir." lie
adiled. I tell vou the kamer an
faitfiel compared to thi man. There
H not an fxrrsiori in Mnauagc that
fully describe him in all hii srue
somcnr. lie i absolutely without
conscience, lie had the most horri
ble way of putting men to death by
taking them out in the wood, cut
ting them to piece and scattering
the iart. lie ha left behind him
' bnililatr-H hmlirs anrl hours of If)
ihmi Risian teani. whom he mur
dcred in cold blood.
With graphic vividne he told
how this so-called tyrant of Siberia
controlled three armored tram on
the transcontinental railway, train
which always left behind them a trad
of blood and gruesome deeds.
Mr. Clcland, who was field super
intendent of the United States postal
agency at Vladivostock, Siberia, took
notes on his experience abroad and
i has a comprehensive report of what
took place during the American oc
cupation in RtKiia. Regarding the
"butcher" mentioned in General
Morrow's telegram to Secretary
Hushes, he wrote:
Writes of Attack.
"The armored cars stopped just in
front of the American cars with
their machine guns along the sup
posed line of the bunks. The Ameri
cans, upon Vcig attacked, surged out
and fought from the ground with
rifle, pitol and hand grenade, and
before long the train began to back
way in the direction from which it
came, and was fired upon by the
Americans as long as it was within
range. An effort was made to put
the engine out of commission with
band grenades, and was partly suc
cessful. The Cossacks backed down
the line and getting our commander
cn the telephone offered to sur
"They afterwards explained that
th American fire was so excessive
ind destructive that they were taken
by surprise. Our commander refused
to accent the surrender unless they
were willing to leave the train with
out arms and this they finally agreed
do after a short parley.
Loot of All Kinds.
"In the cars was loot of every
description, clothing of all 1 kinds,
boots, shoes, blankets, towels, soap,
stationery, books, perfume, pistols
and grenades. On the wall of the
officers car was a life-size picture of
SemenofT and near it a beautiful gold
pnd silver eikon image of the Greek
At the time he reached this car,
Clcland said, the picture was partial
ly destroyed. He picked it up. cut
off the lower "part and brought it
with him as a souvenir. He also has
in his possession a breech block of
a three-inch armored gun mounted on
the train, as yvell as a saber used by
one of Semcnoff's men.
Mt. W. C. Mton nnyt 'visit from
kr father, M. Aaron, of Grwnwood latt
Sim. A. Mnwll of C Molni l
vlaltln at 'h home of her daughter.
Mr. B. K. Fisher. .
A bahy ahower waa alven Friday In
honor of. La Pell, baby eon of Dr. and
Jlra. B. B. Bowan. ,
XlPk Farrell h Fon to Kanaaa City,
whera he was railed on account of the
IUne of his alsler.
Mrs. J. C. Brown of Bed Oak. la., ar
rived here last week, havln been aum-
moned on aroount of the Illness of her
ister. Jlrs. -It. S. T.edwich.
At the election Tuesday, n, N. Hunter
and n. S. I.edwlch were elected to the
vlllaae board and Mrs, Charles Martin.
Georite Reills and Arthur Pflue to the
Mr. and Mrs. K I,. Snyder entertained
Bursts at a dinner party Friday. Thoae
present were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson
and daughter. I.urill: Miss Madeline
lev. the Misses. Lnrson ' and Gros
Scck and Miss Freda Schmidt.
U- .,n.nH. H n,,F l..f
m'eek was rt. H. Hunter of Ooodland. Kan.
Severs! arownups' enjoyed a "kid'
rarty Tuesday evenlnir at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Johnson. The men
vera dressed in knee panta and the wom
en lit knickerbockers.
The Ralston "Woman's club met Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred S.
Johnson. "The Meanin of Arbor Day"
was the topic of discussion with a study
of the life of J. Sterling Morton, founder
of Arbor day. Mrs. D. I,. Ham and Mrs.
John Urlon were the leadera In the pro
gram. Fifty guests were entertained last eve-
nine; at tne home or Jir. ana Airs. n. 1.
Propst. the principal diversion helm a
bunco party. Prlies were won by Mrs.
V. Teahan and Mrs. F. S. Johnson and
the boohy nriie was carried, off by Flor
ence Propst and Theodore Anderson
C. M. I.lnscott has purchased a pair
of Shetland ponies for the use of his
children, Jud and Betty.
A petition protesting against the' loca
tion of a hog- ranch next to the Bellevue
cemeterg is being circulated.
Miss Louis Branstadt has returned to
the state university after spending the
spring holidsys with her psrents.
After spending several daya .visiting his
father. L. Branstadt. Karl Branstadt
returned to his studies at the University
Mrs. John Peters of Laurel Is a guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Frazeur. Mrs. Peters has been making
her heme with her sister at Laurel.
The Master's Invitation," Is the topic
for the meeting of the Chrlstisn En
deavors this evening. Miss Ma-ida Shall
cross will have charge of the meeting.
A "penny carnival" will be given Fri
day evening tn the Stepp building by the
Christian Endeavor society for the purpose
of promoting the "get-together" spirit
among the people of Bellevue. Walso
rfsallcross will have charge of the
At the election last week Benjamin
Ptauffer and Harry Bennett were elected
members of the town board of trustees.
C, L Phelps and C. A. Mitchell were
elected to the three-year terms on the
achool board and F. A. Huglna to the
unexpired two-year term.
o .ui.,ni rcariitts of the high school
announces that preparatlona are being
made for the Snare declamatory contest
and that Letha Gove. Ruth Phallcross.
Eleanor Sevlck and Ethel Hanson have
registered aa contestants. The contest
will lane piece or uinnu
Aa entertainment for the benefit of the
a cowv or
Red Cross mill be given at the Bfllevue
1'reabyterian church under the direction
of l M. Hiart and It. 11. Johnson and
his South High community players have
been aecured la put on m playlet. Other
features will be vocal and tnetrumeutal
selection and orchestral numbers In cub-
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Mla Iva Rrown of Crete and
Edwin BlmoniJs. Hellevua boy and gradu-
te of Poane college. - 1 he ceremony was
performed Thursday, Rev. C F. Holier
offclating. The witneseea were Kllsworlh
Simcnris, brother of the groom, and
Leonard Steele, a college friend. After
the ceremony the young couple, accom
panied by the groom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. K. Simor.ds. custodlaiia of the
Rellevue Auto club, went to Crete to visit
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs A. K.
Brown. The couple wilt make their home
in South Omaha.
A dance waa given last night In Wood
men hall for the benefit of the Belle
vue High baseball team and a large crowd
waa preaent. Manager William Trent an
nounces the first gams will be played
April 1 on Bellevue grounds with a
team from Company I, Fort Crook. The
following la the lineup of players of the
Rellevue team: Charles Carper and Field
ing Clark, pitchera; Verio Bressman. first
base: Andrew Klntner. catcher; Renjamln
Searle. second bsse; Harry Bennett, short
stop: Karl I.anheine, third base; George
T.angheine. left field: Earl Kintner. right
field; John Bressman. center field: Jos
Good and Cyde Wall, utility fielders.
Miss Agnes Spearman visited friend
in Waterloo Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Frye hsve moved
here from Omaha and will live 011 the
Miss Una Srhram was taken to sn
Omaha hospital Monday, where ahe
underwent an operation.
Max Peterson pleaded guilty before K.
H. Nlckerson Wednetday and waa fined
1101) for the illegal manufacture of liquor.
Mr, and Mrs. - Martin Kaues celebrated
their 2Sth weddlnr anniversary last Sun
day, when over 60 people gathered at
The two residences on the new court
house site were sold Tuesday. The third
one was bid in, the highest sum bid
oeing only 1525.
George Rahn Jiad his touring car. which
was stolen lat fall, returned to him
Wednesday. He had recently purchased
a new machine.
Mrs. W. V. Welch will lesve Monday
for Kentucky, where she will visit her
son, l.leut. Welch, who is recuperating
from Injuries received in a balloon ex
plosion. Bert Cockerlll has commenced suit tn
district court agsinst Dr. William I..
Shearer and Dr. Frederick O. Beck, both
of Omaha, charging they failed to set his
Jaw properly when he hsd fallen from
a loaded wagon which passed over his
head, crushing his lower Jaw.
The village and school district election
wa3 held' Tuesday. Charles Trumble and
Dr. CI. H. Margaret were elected on
school board for a three-year term; Mrs.
C. D. Brown for .a two-year term; Mrs.
C. E. Marshall for a one-year term, and
H. A. Sander and Henry Cordes were
elected a village trustees.
Real atat Transfers.
S. E. Cor. 42d and "M" St., 6.132,
Leonard F, Van Sant and wife'
to Temple McFayden t
S. E. rcr. 28th Ave. and Mary St.,
42x120. Charles W.' Martin and
wife to Marina Hultgren
California St., 60 ft. E. of 43d St.
SS. 0xl23., Herbert T. Condon
to Elner S. Adamson et al
24th St., 97 ft. N. of Marcy St.
ws., 46x120, Charles w. Martin
and wife to Lyrtia O. Swanson.. 1,100
60th St.. 94 ft. N. of Cuming St. ,
ES., 60x126, Grace L. McGahey ,
and husband to Ray E. Freet
and wife ,
S. W. cor. 27th and Chicago Sts.
50x162, Frank P. Walker and wife
' to Ernest E. Austin
Ust St., 9 ft. N. of Farnam St
WS., S6x68, Fred O. Hartman
ana wife to Pearl H. Clarke
Spencer St., 82 ft. E. of Florence
Blvd. SS., 42x124, Carl J. Hester
and wlfo to Bertha J. Guild ...
60th St., 193 ft. N. of Howard St.
WS., 48x135, Alice L. Geiselman
to Letta G, Taylor
California St.. 200 ft. W. of 4th
St. S!. 60x136, Delia R. Belden
and husband to Edward P. Smith 17,000
Mayberry St., 60 ft. W. of 46th
Ave. NS., 60x130. Frank J.
Slscskowsll and wife to William
N. W. cor. 35th and Parker St.,
0xi:7H. Alva E. Royce to Ida
Rosen et al
5it St..- 1 1 5 ft. 8. of Farnam. St.
ES.. 49x135. Fred H. Cehllng and
wife to George E. Wagner and
Spencer St.. 214 ft. W. of 45th St.
44x138. International Realty as
sociates to Albert J. Edie
Spsulding St.. 41 ft. E. of 44th Ave.
SS., 40x106 4, John F. Flack and
wife to T.ee Windsor et al ...
Mavberry St.. 60 ft. W. of 41th
Ave. NS.. 60x130. William S. Mc
Clung and wife to John Mokohus
S. W. cor. 23d and Goff Ave . 80x
4. Samuel Carr et al to T. A.
37th St.. 140 ft. N. of Leavenworth
St. Es.. nxlia, 1. J- nannanan
and wife to Catherine T. Kelly.. 6,500
Charles St.. 300 ft W. of 3Sth St.
NS.. 60x130, Eugenie M. Earle to
Slat St.. 6 ft. S. of Marcy St.
ES.. 44x70. Eugenie . .bane 10
48th Ave . 100 ft. N. of Decatur St.
WS . 126x300, Freda Scott and
husband to Myrtle B. Mariner
4Sth Ave., 100 ft. S. of Burdette
St. ES, 60x128. Edward B. Lar
son et al to John Larson and
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160 ACRES clear land 24 miles from I
Huso. Colo., for a Cadillac. Must be in !
good repair. Box B-205, Omaha Bee. 1
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Evening Kdltlon 11:45 A. M
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Visit Forest Lawn.
Forest Lawn cemetery has a new beau
ty with oath changing aeason.- The large
greenhouaea are open for Inspection every
day. It la but wisdom to aelcct a plot
before necessity compels one 10 00 so.
Offices at Cemetery (north of city lim
its), and 720 Brandcla theater.
F. J. STACK & CO.,
rk rocw AMBULANCE S Vo "
Thirty-third and Farnam.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Cndertakera and Embelmers.
Phone HA. 26S. Office 2311 Farnam,
Hulse & Riepen,
Funeral Directors. S224 Cuming,
,1 24th & Wirt.
WE. 004 T.
LEE LARMON &u
SAT IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
A SWOBODA, 1410 HKM omoc,,..
L. HENDERSON, 1607 Farnam. JA. 1268.
JOHN BATH. 180 Farnam. J A. HO.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
i.riST On 33d St.. between Mason and
Pacific. fGr collar, sable animal, one
head and one tall. Return Mrs. C. E,
Fuller, 101 North 39th St. Reward.
Arthur Freeman, Omaha, 23, and Eliza
beth Dolejs, Omaha, 21.
CharliS II. Retmerlh. Casper, Wyo 30,
n,i Frfna A Minn. Milwaukee. Wis.. 25.
LeRoy Francis Donery, Omaha, 21, and
Helen Lorrans Dougberty, Omaha, 19.
Beniamln P. Schneider, Omaha, 36, and
Olga Kaul, umana, .jj
AUTOMATIC aeallng concrete ' burial
vaults. Recommended and for sale
by all leading undertakers. Water
proof, no eteel to rust, no wood to de
cay, ilnalat upon the AUTOMATIC
SEALING VAULT manufactured by
Omaha Concrete Burial Vault Co.. S210
North SOth. , .
IF any one knows the whereabouts of a
Mr. La Verne T. Shobe will communi
cate with N. S. N'clson, Bentley, Alta.,
he would hear of something to his In
terest. Ha is a mechanic in some
garage, formerly lived, in LaCombe, Al
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. We distribute.
Phone DO. 4135 an dour wagon will call
Call and Inspect our new home, 1110.
1112-1114 Dodge St
KATHRYN L. RILEY
Skin and scalp specialist. Residence
work solicited. Appointment, JA, 326.
I am not responsible for any debts con
tracted by my wife. Agnes Havel.
ock. AT. 747.
JXl 10U11 paxton Block. AT,
Office hours. 11 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.
THEATRICAL historical maeque costumes,
for plays and parties, at riepen umm
MAGNETIC baths; Violet Ray treatment
with massages. 614 S. 19th. AT. 9381.
SULPHUR baths. Swedish massage, chi
ropody. Evenings to 8. 209 So. 20th 8t.
EXPERT massage. 404 16th, Apt. 4.
RENT vacuum cleaners. 75a HA. 1071.
EXPERT massage. 210 f. 17th St.
FISHER baths, mass. 320 Arthur Bldg.
MASSAGE. Sun. and eve. aptm. At. 6365.
NEBR. PLEATING ?Tb:
1806 Farnami 2d Floor. DO. 5670.
PATCH plaitering. I cement work, paint
ing, paperhanginfc. Call DO. 4758 or
RICH black decayfd manure for garden
or iawn. i ieitverpa. 1'ricca reasonaoie.
Call WA. SJ15 K'-3.
FLOOR laying ma.'-hlne sanding. AT. -5533.
LESSARD ft SON.2021 CUMING. AT. 1632
private les.ons Ten Instructors.
LEARN to dance at Kelpine's academy,
class and private lessons. DO. H60.
nt-:rwi moth and
- THC NEW'
l V .i rJ I mr
ACCORDION, aide, knife, bos pleating
covered buitons, all atylea; hemstitching,
buttonholes. Wrlle Ideal Button
Pleating Co., i Brown Block. Omaha,
Neh. Telephone JA-il
Ipocpendent Detective Buresu. r.04 Neville
BJk. AT. 6301 ; night. WA. 4041; UK, 04S
RELIABLE I'etec.'.ve Bureau. Hallway
Ex. Bldg.. JA. 205. night. KB. 8811.
JAMPS ALLAN. JlTNeylHe Blk. Evidence
secured In all cases. AT lantlo 113.
DENTAL X-RAYS. 60 each, II a full set.
619 Securities Rlilg.. !ih and Farnam.
Easter sewing: lst-cl's wk.: reas. WA. 43H
Nouveau dressmaking shp. 432 Paxton Blk.
CLEA N.mend. tallor:sulTs, furs. Ha. 68041
FANCY PRKMtiMAKI.NO. AT 2017.
LET Sliippnrd do It. Sodding, black earlh
ar.o: machine for lawn, w A. i jm.
GEN. hauling and ashes, reas. AT. 9658
ENLARGEMENTS, oil coloring, developing
printing. Kaae Studio, til Neville Blk
FILMS DEVELOPED FREE.
The Enalgn Co., 1607 Howard 8L
J. W. Martin. Patent Attorney, 171J
' Dodge, room 20. Also Washington. D.
' C. I help Inventors sell their patents.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
PA PERH ANOINU, painting. All kinds.
Lowest prices. Work guaranteed. F.
Raster. J A. 3023,
FOR PAINTINO, PAPERING.
A. ROSS. DOUGLAS 7296.
1ST CLASS painting and paperhanging.
FOR good paperhanging call HA. 391
PAINTINO, papering, reas. WA. 3B04.
EDDT Printing, Co. 213 S. 13 St. Do. 8647,
BRITT Printing Co.. 201 Bromley Blk.
to buy back at small pront. okuoo
JEWELRY CO.. Omaha. Neb.. 402 N.
lth St. Telephone DO. 6049.
L'N'TIL further notice the Gnswold Bus
w make Counc Blurts only, ptari
Ing and stopping at Chamber of Com
OMAHA PILLOW COMPANT. Mattresses
made over In new ucks at nai price 01
new beds. 1907 Cuming. J A. 2467.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded at
the 6 Bherman s Mcconneii urug stores.
DR. A. C. SABIN, RECTAL DISEASES.
Suite 810 Arthur Bldg., 210 h. istn bi.
FANCY cakes and salad dressing made to
order In private home ilA. ZU4&.
BLACK dirt and fertilizer, ashes and rub
bish hauled. Atlantic 6721.
RUGS and carpets cleaned. AT. 9658.
Furniture and Household Goods.
HOOVF.R sweeper, large wall mirror, ma
hogany dresser and cninonier to matcn,
large mahogany dresser, chest of draw
ers, child's bed, Jardiniere. Phone
FOR SALE High grade William and
Mary buffet; good as new, can ik.tu.
WILL sub-lease a very desirable four-
room apartment to party buying furni
ture. For information call WE-6461.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
$235 Phonographs for $53
SOLD OVER 100 IX THREE WEEKS
IX OMAHA. BRAND NEW THONO-
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
GRAPHS, STANDARD MAKE. BEST
MACHINE MADE. MUST BE TURNED
INTO CASH AT ONCB. MUST SEE
THESE WONDERFUL BARGAINS TO
APPRECIATE THEM. LESS THAN
HALF MANUFACTURING COST.
Townsend Sporting Goods
1309 Farnam St.
HAINES upright piano and bench, ma
hogany flnlsn; good condition. RE. 0801.
IMPERIAL GRAND UPRIGHT PIANO,
BENCH, GOOD CONDITION. WA. 1040.
JOHN TAFF saxophone shop, repairing,
Schmoller & Mueller Bldg.. 1516 Dodge.
UPRIGHT oak piano, J90. MA. 0734.
GEO. A. SMITH Dealer In drume. xylo
phone, etc.; Instructions, repairing;
2761 Davenport St. Phone HA. 2967.
TRADE your used piano on a new play
er piano. Balance as low ss 810 per
month. A. HOSPE CO., 1513 Douglas.
MAHONGANY player and bench with 75
rolls of music; like new; half price.
Clothing and Furs.
DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS.
For aale. a few unclaimed, all-wool
"Dundee" suits, cheap, alterations free.
Northwest Cor. 15th anr Ham!
FCRS remodeled, relined 'and cleaned.
KNEETER ALASKA FUR CO..
t3 S. 15th St. DO. 72S.
ARMY shoes, 12.80. 706 No. 16th.
ut: . mwt r ; 1 wa.0 mohc
It itwa tuir h u4t4
tVlH k QovUst Of 1 HIV
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t( Mill WITH ATUtteo..
tit JICC9 AND MACCIE IN
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HAVE BREAKFAST AT
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Typewriters and Supplies.
All MAKES bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
Cat our prlcee before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
J A. I. 113 Farnam.
uf'AlANTEKI typewriters. l2.60and up!
Ml. Han. I Office supply Co. 1404 Dodge.
UAItAOKS built, new lumber. 8100 up.
Mi. klln-Lumber & Wrecking Co., 24th
and Burdette His. Webstor 6565.
WE buy. sell safes, make desks, show
rases, etc., Omsha Fixture A Supply Co.,
a. w. cor, utn ami Douglas. J A. Z7Z4.
THREE new 9 bank adding machines to
sell 50 less than retail price. O. D.
Patterson. In04 Farnam St.
EXPERT sewing machine repairing.
16th and Harney. DO. 173.
FOIt SALE Oarage 12xl,
1001 ,. 16th 81.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J C Reed. 1207 Farnam. DO. 614
trimming, screens, carpenter, WA
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
TOUNO men. over 17, desiring government
positions, 1130 monthly. Write for free
list of positions now open. J. Leonard
(former civil service examiner). 909
Eciuttable Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED At Casper, Wyo., vulcanlzer;
must be f rsl class. Wr ta giving eg'
perience and references to P. O. Box
DO you want to Increase your Income?
Write the National Auto School, 2814
No. toth St., Omaha, for catalog.
I FN, for firemen, brakemen. beginnera
1160, later 8250.. Railway. Box Y-1860,
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE.
110 8. '4th.. Write for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED A live agency traveling man
calling on the retail trade to handle
an up-to-datn line of chlnaware, con
sisting of dinner sets, open stock and
assortments. Can lie given full -time, or
handled as side line: samples light; lib
eral commission- Writo tlte Majestic
China. Company, Sebring, O.
AN opportunity for an experienced aaies
man, persevering and a hard worker,
to. represent a reliable manufacturing
company in the state of Nebraska. Must
be over 25 years of age. Excellent
chance for right man. Liberal salary
and bonus, with expenses advanced.
".Small car an asset but not essential.
In answering state age, references, past
sales experience, address a phone num
ber to insure prompt interview. Box
Y-1857, Omaha Bee.
VAPOOILRS for all cars, prevents car
bon, lubricates valves, increases power.
Now used on 17 different make cars,
Omaha. Want distributors, salesmen,
Omaha, . every city and county, Nebras
ka, Iowa. Liberal proposition. Call 6
to 6 p. m. .or address Cavers, 2420 Far
OMAHA field open for man to wholesale
our ten items.
1844 "O,-Lincoln. Neb.
GEM OIL BURNER CO.,
WELL digger wanted to sink large shal
low well for the town ot VslI, la. Ad
dress M. J, Monaghan; Town Clerk,
Vail, la. '
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
CALL J. A. Youngstrom, second floor.
I. O. O. F. Bldg., Doulas 7774, for per
sonal instruction In shorthand, type
writing and bookkeeping.
Household .and Domestic.
BRIGHT reliable woman or maid for gen
eral housework, small family, must be
good cook, convenient kitchen, maid's
mv very plcanant, priv. bath. HA. 0601.
WANTED White cook. Must be expe
rienced. ' References required. Mrs, E.
W. Nash. WA. 5931.
WANTED A, competent girl for general
nousework. References required. Call
RELIABLE woman for general house
work. Capable of taking charge. Web.
WHITE GIRL for housework. Will take
foreigner. 4218 Davenport. Walnut 2291.
Male and Female.
MEN. WOMEN. IS, over, wanting govern
ment positions; railway mail, postofftce,
other positions: salary 81.400-81,800; ex
perience unnecessary: full particulars
free. Write O. W. Robbins, Civil Service
Kxpert. formerly with government, 171
Pope Bldg.. Washington, D. C.
WANTED Men. ladles and soys to leara
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning: strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St Trl-Clty Barber College
WANTED Married couple, no objection
to one child. Experienced in farm
work. Bohemian preferred. Write
Box 64. Beemer, Neb.
ANNIE E. GLASGOW, voire and piano,
503 Karbach Blk. J A. 1081.
F (SVN EACH MQRNIN
oh: YE t). NOW
THAT'S ALLRHT-TOU WON'T"
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses In accountancy, ma.
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short
hsnd and typewriting, railroad and
wireless telegraphy, civil service and all
English, and commercial brsncjteo.
Write, rail or phone Jackson 166 for
large llluatrsted catalog. Address
Bovlcs Bldg,. Omaha. Net).
Van Bant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Orasha National Bank Bldg.
1607 FARNAM 6-room apartment, com
pletely modern; sultsble for offices,
studios, dental or dressmaking rooms,
etc., for tenants wishing home adjoin
ing. T. F. Hall. 43 Railway Exchange.
FOR SALE Hotel fixtures and equipment
In 23-room, new, modern hotel building.
Good Investment for right party, Ros
cne Lunger. Gibbon, Nch.
FOR SALE A snap Best complete set of
bar rixtures In esstern uoiorano, ai a
ascraflce. Write P. F. Drehau, lliff,
AN V bualnesa sold for cash, no publicity
10 to 30 days. Northwestern Selling
System, Sioux City.
7-RM. steam heat; downtown location,
00 and terms. AT. 3797.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
On ar line, suitable for two families.
located 29tli snd Hickory, immediate
American Mortgage &
. . Finance Co.,
411 Brandeis Theater
Bldg. AT. 5911.
FIVB room, partly modern, 1205 Pacific
Peters Trust Company,
"Where Omaha Rents" i
AT. 0544. 17th and Farnam St.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
' Farnam at 24th.
Single 'room with private bath at
810.50 per week; for two, 112.50 per
Two large outside roornB with bath,
120 per week.
A SATISFACTORY PLACE TO LIVE.
GET YOUR ROOM
throuch The Bee furnlehed room dl
rectory. Call at office for list of choice
desirable rooms in all parts oi tne city.
A service that benefit both advertiser
and room seeker.
LARGE south room in modern home, near
Fsrnam car line, suitable for two. not
and cold water in room, laundry priv
lieges, board it desired, walking dis
tance. Harney 1615.
HOTEL SANFORD. 19TII AND FARNAM,
HOTEL ftENSHAW, 16TH AND FARNAM.
Special rates to permanent guests.
FURN, rm. with priv. bath; warm, com
fortable, cheerful; prices reasonable, day
or wk. wotei Hamilton, at. tivi.
SLEEPING rooms. $2.50 and up, newly
decorated. 1537 N. 19th St.
TEL. DO. 6860 1 or 2 large clean rooms.
private home, walking distance.
BEAUTIFUL furnished room in - Dundee
home. WA. 1475.
ELEGANTLY fur. large front room; West
Side car line; reasonable: ref. HA-1076,
Emmet St., 2116 Nice room; large closet.
UNION Hotel, 12 per week and up.
THE GUIDE TO
the better housekeeping rooms 1 the
directory furnished to advertiser and
room hunter. Call at Bee office for
free copy containing desirable vacancies
in all parts of the city.
23 11, SO. 29TH. Two front rooms, 2d
floor; furnished for housekeeping. 84 per
week. Would care for child for em
ployed couple. HA. 6038.
707 Dodge One, two or three-room
housekeeping spartment; completely
furnished; modern; 84 to 89.
511 S. 24TH ST. Completely furnished
two rooms. Telephone, bath, laundry
privileges. AT. 7110.
POPPLETON AVENUE 2573, two newly
furnished rooms, 836 per month; walk'
TWO or three furnished housekeeping
rooms, w'alking distance. 2-3 Park Ave.
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, li blocks
from Hanscom Park West Side csr line;
reasonable; references. Harney 1075.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 408 North 22d.
2-room modern, nicely furnished apt.
TENTH at 2516 South 1, 2 light house
keeping rooms, nicely furnished.
close to car.
light housekeeping rooma
1523 South 25th St.
ATTRACTIVE light housekeeping
for rent. 2118 N. 15th St.
THREE rooms, pantry and closet, gas
furnished. 1537 N. 19th St.
TWO or three, rooms, modern. WE 2416.
LARGE seml-bHseinent room. DO. 5580.
THREE rooms, upstslra. 312 N. 2Mb Ave.
Board and Rooms.
ATTRACTIVE room for 2 gentlemen,
home cooking. Tel. WE. 4626.
for The Bee by Sidney Smith
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Drawn for The Bee by McManui
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FOR RENT ROOMS.
Board and Rooms.
NICELY furnished rooms for one or two,
excellent hoard. 611 South 24th St.
ITNFCifNTiTl rfb rooinToe light house
keeping, close In. strictly modern, rea
sonable rent. Call AT. 3260.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
1 rooms. No. 12 Nathan. 1544 Willis
Ave. Winter. 860; summer. $52.60.
3 rooms with 6-room accommodation,
No. 207 Turner Court. 310 Dodge 8t.
Winter 65, summer $6.
1 rooms. No. 19 Kintsborough, 2631
Dodge St. $65.
4 rooms. No. I Flo T.rs. 10th and
Capitol Ave. Summer 362.50.
5 rooms. No. 7, Mildred. 49th and
Dodge Sis., on II) years" lease. 390.
6 rooms. No. 2 Klwood, 49th Ave.
and Dodge St. 8125.
Peters Trust Company,
"Where Omaha Rents"
AT. 0544. '
17th and Farnam Sts.
STRICTLY modern 4-room aeml-basement,
close in: rent $40 per month. Athlone
apartment. 26th and Douglas St. Janitor
Peters Trust Company,
WHERE! OMAHA RENTS.
PLEASANT apartment. 4 rooms and bath,
walking distance, janitor service, saa,
2.111 SO. 29TH. Four-room flat. 1st floor
electric lights, sink, inside toilet, $15
per mo. HA. 603.
STEAM heated apartment, 4 rooms, close
In. G. P. STEBBINS, 1610 Chicago.
FOR RENT 6-room apartment, excellent
location. - 56 per montn. J A. nu.
1810 MAPLE ST., dandy large. light, mod
em. tile porch, rent very low.
FOR RENT Business Property,
. for Rent
12.000 feet or part of floor space. Can
be used for light storage or manufac
turlng purposes. Centrally located in
wholesale district. Apply
201 South 11th St.
1807 FARNAM Store room, 24x132. K
tenant wants more room, will build two
atones above, each 66x132, with light on
three sldea. Thomas F. Hall. 434 Rail
way Exchange. DO. 7406.
FOR RENT Some very choice offices,
- also large office space consisting of
. 1,400 aiiuare feet, 400 First Natl Bank
mag. ai. odou.
MERCANTILE STORAGE AND WARE
HOUSE CO.. 11th and Jones Sts.
H. M. Christie, warehouse & track'ge prop.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
PACKING STORING SHIPPING.
Phone Jackson 0JS8.
1107-11 Howard St
Separate locked rooma for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
BEKINS OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE.
80 south letn. do. is.
ESTIMATES furnished on etorsge and
moving. Contracts taken by Job or nr.
Globe Van A Storage Co.. J A. 4338. AT.
oz30. 620-Z4- jvortn itn bi.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
HARNESS AND SADDLES.
We make them ourselves and sell
thera direct to the farmers, you get the
best that can be made at first cost.
Harnees that sold for $95 last year,
$65 now. Write for free catalog.
ALFRED CORNI8H A CO..
1210 Farnam St.
HORSES boarded, hired out for riding
witn instructors, stalls rented and cheap
storage for autos and trucks at 2215
Izard St. Phone day or nlglit AT 1969.
FOR SALE Spotted pony, buggy, hsrnens.
well Drone to ride. 4422 South 27th Rt.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
CLEANED WHEAT SCREENINGS, $1.75
JrrJK 100 FUUNUS. A. W. WAGNER,
801 N. 16TH. JA. 1142.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
REAL USED CAR " BARGAINS.
Cash or Time. Buy or Sell.
Fords, from $50 and up
Dodge. Bulcka and others. $100 and
Ford bodies winter tope.
GOLDSTKOM AUTO CALES CO..
1318 Harney St. Central Garage.
SOME bargains in used Fords; prompt
delivery on new Fords.
M'CAFFRET MOTOR CO.,
The Handy Ford Service Station.
16th and Jackaon Sts. Do. 3500.
LOOK over our Hat of used cars.
THK AUTOMOTIVE MARKET,
S056 Farnam St. AT. 7SJS.
MAGNETIC COIL. $2.60; fan. 75c; horn.
i.oo; tunes. 6Hc. Net. Auto Parts Co.,
11 Harney St.
90 DODGE touring car, lat clais con-
oinnn. Nebraska Etorag & Battery Co.,
AUTOMOBILES FOR f ALE.
Useti Trucks fur Sale at a
lllr I c- l !.
11 luahitt h a tan 1 Mf.
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Younj; & Duhcrty,
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,ifi... mn wit fur f.. AJi1r
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Real Estate Loans.
" Money to Loan
w nailing appllcsllnne (r fs"n
Inatu, -r leni emi..nua inisiest;
t, 1 or 1 yeai. Kh prrpatinent
print. Lit imiHoted farroe in
.Sebraaka "! vn well-located, inodete.
up in dale oiri. e. banK and tnn nlll
buildings 111 l.miutu end Omaha,
E. R Stephenson,
Oi' Hnm 11 Mutual Rldg
VK bate vash on hsnd to loan oa Omsha
K. II. fOrOKB 1NC
tl Ke-llne Bldg
Varm TTiane No "delay oa weeiera
T arm AjOdnS N.br. f.rme. ranches.
Kloko Investment COm 4IOm. NflBsnli.
OMAHA 1IOMKB EAST NEB." FARMS.
O KEKVK REAL ESTATE CO
101 om. Kal. UK. Bldg. Jcisoat.
rfhST mortgsgt loana nisdo promptly
en Omsha real esiete. Shopea Co
Resltnre JA. lij'l?.,l,nij,l5.
Ilo-"to 110 noo mad promptly. T. D.
Weed I. If. Bowman. Weed Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
LIBERTY BONUS bought and sold. AT.
3644. Ma. k s Bond Jtouse. 1421 1st Net.
J. H. MITHENPamoet foVUBERTi
hukds. i.i city rec i. nana piog.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
AI'cflON SALE Wanted the opportunity
to explain my satem of selling your
land and sub. division sl at auction.
Sntlsfleii clients In 2 different states.
Tsui F. Un. k-linsn. Real festal. Auo
tliineer, Paullins. la.
" List your home Buy your boma
BINDER & OTIS,
Real Estate, Loans. Rentals. JA. 181.
Real Estate. Rentals, Insurance.
1602 City Nat. Bk. AT. .
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1130 City Net' I Bk. Bldg. JA ekson 14?
327 Securities. Pl.lg. AT. 4966.
Realty Co. List with
us for oulck result.
1418 1st Nat'l Bk. Bldg. J A. 16.
DTTiTTJ'rrirp Writes Tornsdo and
DljAiVEl 1 1 windstorm Insurance
35 Peters Trust Bldg. JA. 0633.
GEO. T. PORTER A CO.
Resl Estste. Rentals. Insurance.
106 South lth. AT. .
WANT or 7-room. well located, In Dun
dee, by the first; have cash. Boi 121,
HAVE Inquiries for homes do you want
to sell your property? List It with
C. A. Grlmmel. Omaha Nat l Bk. Bldg.
WANTED Mailing list for real estste.
Addre.s C. L. Omsfad. Glen Rock, Wyo.
Western Real Estate Co. J A, 8607.
REAL ESTATE, INVESTMENTS
SEE F. D. Weed & D. H. Bowman,
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE $30,000 first mortgage
secured on 730 acres ot land that th
owners expect to sell at 150 per acre.
Will take sn equity in a good fsrm or
city property up to $25,000, btlance
ensh. Schwab Bros.. 1028 Plymouth
Bldg., Minneapolis, llnn.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
NETHAWA7 sells'and trades. KE. 140.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
2894 California St; ;
A mont dfslrnh! home, ha ten r$
roomn, onk finlnh, lar(f basement, hot
water heat. South front lot. If you do
not nepd all the room youraelf, let th
unoccupied help pay for th houne by
rentinR them out. Prico and terms
Gallagher & Nelson,
652 Peters Trust Bldg.
AT OWNERS PRICE.
Largo sized six-room seml-bunf alow
in Clairmont addition. Enst front. Pav
ing ami specials paid.- Convenient terms
arranged. Call evenings or Sundays.
SMALL cottage and outbuilding with two
full lots. $1,800 cash; one block from
Leavenworth car line. 810 S. 49th Ave.
- Miller Park Special
Choice seven-room stucco semi-bunga
low, complete In every detail, dandy
fireplace, bookcases, sun room, white
enamel kitchen, three large bedrooma
. and bath; extra large closets; garage.
east front lot with paving all paid.
This Is one of the neatest snd best lo
, cated homes In this choice datrlct. Let
us show you a real home.
Osborne Realty Co.jj
630 peters Trust Bldg.
1414 N. S3D ST Six-room modern, easy
payments: buy for a home.' Crelgh, Ml
Bee. Jack. 0200.'
D E. BUCK ft CO. buv and sell homes.
$500 CASH AND $40 PER MONTH
buys a 7-..hus in fair shape with new
furnace, near Hanscom park and Field
F. D. Wead ft D. If. Bon-man, At. 0161.
VISIT model home at H821 8. 34th St.
furnished by Orchard A Wilhelm Co..
built by C. G. Carlberg. Open week daks
3 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. ; Sun.. 1 to 6 p. m.
Ralston Lots rVV-" !.'?;
payments; Phone Stewart. Ralston. 10-W.
CHOICE Pa'rkwootTnt, 44x5T8feet, at
6551 Florence Blvd., must sell at once.
Call KE. 0460.
South of Fnrii am on Slst;
Phone. WA. 4187.
On S. side of Lartmore Ave., between
:4th snd 27th Sts. Win sell on easy
payments or will build to your order.
MODERN SCBURBAN HOME, lit ACRES.
olL-vro L-I? HE,
$500 CASH AND $65 PER MONTH
Buys a pohby 6-r. mod. home with
osk finish downstairs; garage In rear.
F. D. Wead A D. H. Bowman, At. 0)61.
WK DON'T ADVERTISE ON SUNDATS.
1U11H run in R ADS THROUGH
THE WEEK. PAYNE INVESTMENT
Diamond a part pooieoU J A. Jii.