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THE TiF.K: OMAHA. MONDAY. APRIL 21. 1922.
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ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN.'
Drawn for The Bee by Sidney Smith
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Mrs. Deer Explains,
l or the firt time in hit life Niitu
t'lr (r!t nuii grown up. Ht forgot
that ht r l not yet lived a whole
mnmer. He had nude a tiggrtion
it hit mother which the ha1 prompt
ly acted upon. It had never hap
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Didn't the moon fall into the watfetf
pciird before. And that was enough
to raue him a great deal of pleasure.
Then there wa something eUe
that made Nimble believe hinuelf
to be a person of ome account. A
ttrange affair had happened at the
lake. He had een it all. He had
taken part in it itself. Really it was
no wonder that he began to talk
"It was lucky I was with you," he
remarked to his mother as they rest
ed amid the tangle of Cedar swamp.
"It was lucky we weren't any
father out in the lake," she ex
claimed. "If you hadn't been with
me, no doubt I'd have gone where
ihe water was much deeper. And
that light would have caught me
before 1 could have, reached the
What his mother said made Kim
ble feel bigger than ever. He wasn't
quite sure what had happened back
there, where they had been surprised
while eating; water lilies. But he
meant to find out, for he thought
it would make a good story to tell
"Would the moon have burnt us
if it had hit us?" he inquired.
"What in the world are you talk
ing about?" his mother asked him.
lie looked puzzled at her question.
"Wasn't that the moon that lit up
the lake along the shore?" he de
manded. "Certainly not," she replied.
"Didn't the moon fall into the
water," he asked.
"No, indeed!" his mother chied.
He had thought he had a wonderful
tale to tell. And he couldn't under
stand yet why everything wasn't as
he had supposed. .;.
"I was sure the moon fell into the
and. th lake blew up." he
explained. wnat was mat ternoie
noise we heard, if it wasn't the moon
bursting into pieces?" ' ' .. ' . .
His mother didn't laugh. . Instead
she was quite solemn as she answer
ed Nimblc's last question.
"That V she said "that was a
gun that you heard. And the light
that you Saw came from a lantern
in a boat."
It was very hard for Nimble to
believe what she-, told him. .. , - Aj
"T .1 U. T L- I . : f !..
moon whistle past my head," he
"A bullet!" his mother declared.
A slip snnke she moved a little dis
tance, to a spot where the trees were
. not so thick. And she raised her
nose towards the sky. ; "There I"
she said. "There's the moon! It's
still up there where you've always
Nimble looked; and at last he
knew that his mother had made no
mistake. But somehow he was more
frightened than ever. -'
"Then'.' he faltered, "then' there
, must "have been men in the boat
men that .turned the light upon the
"shore and fired the gun!"
"They were men yes!" said Iris
mother. "And they were law-breakers,
too. I hope the game warden
win caicn tnem at xneir tricks.
"What is a game warden?" Nim
ble asked her.
"He's a man" she answered. "He's
a man that looks after all of us
forest folk and he's the best friend
we've got. s Goodness, child! Are
you never going to stop asking oucs-
(Copyright, 1922.) :
By J. J. MUNDY.
Why Not Get in Line for the Top.
There are many persons who think
that if . they have a graduation
certificate, that means no more of
Graduation in any subject means
a certain period of instruction is
over and an opportunity now given
for putting into practice the knowl
The sooner young folk get the
thought of graduation as a finishing
of . school, or a finishing of study,
out of their heads, the sooner they
will come to a practical understand
ing of what graduation means.
The finishing of anything means
no more progress along that line.
The proper student spirit is a spirit
which should actuate all through
one's life, "on the way to vthe top,
always," spirit. Although ' no one
reaches the top of anything worth
while, one can keep climbing.
The higher one goes in the uphill
route to real knowledge, the easier
it becomes to go forward.
Get out of the habit of thinking
of graduation as '"finishing."
Choose the sort ot instruction
which puts you in line for the tpp.
then go as tar as you can, doing
ch step so thoroughly that it needs
not to be done over again, but forms
a stepping stone to luture growth.
Make this a rule ot lite, whether
it be in books, music or in manual
labor, and results will shine out for
a big success as you apply your
Read The Bee AH the Way
Through. You Will Find It Inter
esting. - - ' - " - .-
mat rcLU oot or s
CAR WINDOW AM' I
MfttH'T IT A
Dog Hill Par agrah
By George Bingham '
Slim Tickens is ambitious to be
come a show man, and will soon
know howf to walk a slack wire, as
he has been rehearsing on the clothes
line in the back yard. He says he
would make much better headway
if he didn't fall off so often.
Just an illustration of how "com
petitors watch each other and try
not to let the other get ahead, about
two weeks ago the Rye Straw store
keeper washed his front window, and
today the proprietor of the Bound
ing Billows store was seen doing
Frisby Hancock complains that
some unknown person has relieved
him of one dollar. Its disappear
ance is shrouded in deep mystery.
It has been missing since the day
his wife patched his pants.
What should be done in the. case
of a boy of 10, who leads other boys
of his own age into mischief, chief
ly ' in the direction of pactical
jokes? What should .the mothers of
the other boys do?
The parents of such a boy need
to be wide awake. They should try
to divert their son s ingenuity ana
energy into other channels, such as
bov scout activities, without in
juring such a valuable trait as his
gift for leadership. They should not
let him feel that he makes himself
important by his pranks. Mothers
of the boys who are misled by this
nng leader should urge their chil
dren to set uo their' own superior
standards and not tamely follow his.
Farmer at Bloomfield
Is Attacked by Bull
Bloomfield, Neb., April 23.
(Special.) Rudolph Raducchel, a
farmer living near here, had a nar
row escape from death when he was
attacked by a 2-year-old bull. Mr.
Raduechel managed to grab the ani
mal by the horns and avoided be
ing gored. His cries for assistance
brought the hired man and other
attempts failing to quell the bovine,
a shotgun was procured and the ani
mal shot. - It took five shots to kill
it.- Mr. Raduechel was badly bruis
ed, but no serious injuries were sus
tained. Tecumseh Girl Injured
Jumping From Moving Car
Tecumseh, Neb., April 23. (Spe
cialsEdith Peters, 14, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. O.- Peters, was
painfully injured when she jumped
from a moving automobile. She was
riding with schoolmates and when
they passed the schoolhouse the driv
er refused to let her out. The girl
jumped while the car was running
25 miles an hoirr. , .Her collarbone
was broken in two places and she
received bruises and lacerations to
her side and limbs.
Drouth Endangering Wheat
Crop at Big Springs Broken
Bigsprings, Neb., April 23. (Spe
cial.) A four mouths' drouth here
was broken 3-esterday afternoon by
an inch of rain. This will greatty
help the wheat crop in this section,
.Weak ) beaViing to die out.
' - 1922 "ar Inrw Fiatuiw Sewviea, Ihc I " " 44 ,
p. . riMt urri
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Livestock and Poultry
Men Meet in Tecumseh
Tccumsch, Neb April 23. (Spe
cial.) The Johnson County Live
stock and l!oultry association held
a banquet in Tecumseh last evening,
with 200 present. The banquet was
in the basement of the Methodist
church, and was served by the ladies
of the Tecumseh Woman's club.
Charles Hall of Omaha was one of
the speakers. The matter of improved
livestock is being given a great deal
of attention in Johnson county at
the present time.
Reduce Ice Prices
Beatrice, Neb., April 23. (Spe
cial.) Local ice dealers have an
nounced a reduction in the price of
their product from 60 cents to 50
cents a hundred for the coming sea
son. Classified Advertising Rites
ISa dcF l!ne( count I worda to line) 1 day,
16o per Una per day, S conaecutlve day.
ISO per Una per day, T conaecutlve day.
14o per Una per day, 10 conaecutlve days.
No a da taken for lea than A total of SSe.
Theae ratea apply either to th Dally or
Sunday Bee. All advertisement appear
In both mornlnc and evening- dally paper
(or tb on charge.
CONTRACT RATES ON
Want ad aocepted at th followlnf of
fice: MAIN OFFICE 17th and Farnam Bfs.
South Side .485 South 24th St.
Council Bluff IS Scott St.
WANT ADS RECEIVED' BY PHONH
ATLANTIC 1000. .
THE BEE will not ba reaponalbla for
more than one Incorrect lnaertion of an
advertisement ordered for mora than ona
CLOSING HCURS FOR WANT ADS.
Evening Edition 11:45 A. M.
Morning Edition S:00 P. M.
Sunday Edition 9:00 P. M. Saturday
DgATH ft FUNERAL NOTICES.
ENOSTROM Clarence P., ate 27. He is
survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Engstrom; two brothers, Alvln of
Omaha and Norrls of Lincoln; three sla
ters, Mr. O. Clark and Mrs. J. G. Nel
son of Omaha and Mrs. W. B. Wilson of
. Funeral Tuesday afternoon from resl
. dence, 69 So. 49th St., at 2 p. m. In
terment at West Lawn cemetery. Gen
tleman Moituary In charge.
HA NCHETT Alfred, the younger son of
Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Hanchett, died at
his home, 120 S. Sixth street, Council
Bluffs, Saturday evening at S o'clock,
from acute1 heart trouble. -
The services at th home will he held
Tueaday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The funeral will be private. It la
the family's wish that no flower b
AUTOMATIC sealing concrete burial
vaults. Recommended and for sala
by all leading undertaker. Water
proof, no steel to rust, no wood to de
cay. Insist upon the AUTOMATIC
SEALING VAULT manufactured by
Omaha Concreta Burial Vault Co., 6210
F. J. STACK.& CO.,
Successor to . .. ,
Stack & Falconer
Thirty-third and Farnam.
T .F.F. T . A P MOW 1 Douglaa.
Phone DO. 8244
SAT IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
& SWOBODA, 1415 FARNAM 8TREET.
L. HENDERSON, 1S07 Farnam. J A. 1168,
JOHN BATH. 1804 Farnam. J A. 1906.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY
Undertakers . and Embalmer.
Phone HA. 0265. Office 2611 Farnam,
Hulse & Riepen,
Funeral Directors. 2224 Cuming.
Visit Forest Lawn -
The greenhouses are . very beautiful
theae days. Order are bing received
for the coming season. The selection
of a family burial lot should be made
well before the actual netd of it when
clear unhurried judgment will In
sure a wise decialon. Offices at the
Cemetery (north of City Limits) and
720 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
LOST Between I4th and 28th, on Poppla
ton or on Crosstown car; pair uf tor
toise shell glasses.- HA. 5664.
REWARD for return of watch, nam E.
M. Kennedy lnaid back; no queatlona.
LOST German police dog. female, re
ward. WA. 3477. Ben Arrlena.
LOST at P. O. Black vanity case. AT. 8tl.
FOUND Cameo brooch. Call WE. 4245.
EXPERT massage. 404 N. lth. Apt. 4.
CARE tor children any time. KE. 2222.
EXPERT MASSAGE ATLANTIC 954.
bk.nt urmm cleaner, ,76c. HA. 1071.
HuME for homeless children. Kb. 0360.
1 1 WCUL.NOW WHAT 00 0U KNOW AftOOT I I HE'LL &C wqkqcbm' 1 1 fefVV-". I i T1.
THAT-1 WCMT TO LONCH WITH JLjfXE WHOtjE COT Mt HAT fW'-IUL .TTt
i i ii nil - i i i i.iiT4Tuff .kini-A ill nil ii ii a v i ii ii i4in TnniiT.up. i i wj' n i l i i i i r-1
THE SALVATION Army Industrial bom
otlclte your old clothing, furnltura,
magailne. W collect, W dlalribute.
Toon DO. 4115 an dour wagon will call.
Call and Inapect our nw bom. 1110.
1112-1114 Dodg St.
r'oitle-rtn ft- A. H., Chiropractor, I'M
ViribUn paxton block. AT 747.
WE. (929. Offlr hra., 11 a. m.-:S0 p. m.
MAGNETIC batha; Violet Ray treatment
wl th manages. HI 3. lOlh. AT. 9381.
THEATRICAL historical maanue costumen,
for play and parties, at Lisbon , Oman.
SULPHUR batha. Swedish massage, chl-
. - i - . r . . an a on.U Cti
ropody. cvnuinas iu . u o. 'fii ...
FISHER bath, mass., manicuring. 121'
NEB. PLEATING ft?
ed Bnttona. 1804 Farnam, 2d Floor.
ACCORDION, aide, knife, box pleating;
covered buttona, all atylea; hematltch
Ing, buttonholes. Writ Ideal Button
Pleating Co.. 308 Brown Block. Omaha,
Neb. Telephone JA. 1934.
FOR flrat-clasa carpenter. HA . 4996.
FURNACE AND TIN WORK. WA. 2971.
FLOOR laying, machine sanding. AT. 4633.
LESSARD A BON. 1021 CUMING. AT. 1432
iVTriVD'Q ISIS Farnam atreet
JV.jJT O Douglai S440. Clan and
private leanons. Ten Instructor.
DETECTIVES that get results. Leary L.
Oberlin, 409 Paxton Block, J at 1819.
Night, Ha. 4099.
Independent Detective Bureau, 304 Neville
Blk. AT. 5601: night. WA. 4045; KE. 0464
RELIABLE Detect Bureau. Railway
Ex. Bldg., JA. 2056. night, KB. 3812.
JAMES ALLAN, Sll Nevlll Blk. Evidence
cored In ill caae. AT lantla 1134.
DR. B. C. DEWELL, DENTIST.
310 Arthur Building. AT. It4l.
DENTAL X-RATS, 6(1 each. $3 a full set
61 Securities Bldg., 16th and Farnam.
DRESSMAKING In your home. Th best
1 always cheapest. AT. 2446 eves.
DRESSMAKING, guaranteed and reason.
able. WA. 6645.
Nouveau dressmaking ahp. 432 Paxton Blk.
CLEAN, mend, tailor; aults. furs. Ha. 6804.
SEW, shirts, dresses. AT. 0205.
GEN. hauling and ashes, reaa. AT. 9668.
ENLARGEMENTS, oil coloring, developing,
printing. Kase Studio, 21S Nevlll Blk
FILMS DEVELOPED FREE.
Th Ensign Co., 1607 Howard St.
J. W. Martin, Patent Attorney, 1713
Dodge, room 209. Also Washington, D.
C. I help Inventors ell their patenta.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
PAINT., PAPERHANGING. WALL PA
; PER CLEANING A SPEC. REAS.
PRICES. E. H. MOORE. DO. 1671.
PAINTING and paperhanglng. Stucco
painting a specialty. AT. 3397.
1ST CLASS painting and paperhanglng.
PAPERING, painting; low price. JA. 3023.
EDDY Printing Co. 211 S. IS St. Do. 8447.
BRITT Printing Co.. J01 Bromley Blk.
DIAMONDS price with privilege
to buy back at small profit. GROSS
JEWELRT CO., Omaha, Neb., 402 N.
16th St. Telephone DO. 5049.
I WILL NOT be responsible for debta con
tracted by my wife. Rose Raschke. from
this date. William Raschke.
OMAHA PILLOW COMPANY, Mattresses
made ever In new tlcka at half price ot
new bed. 107 Cuming. J A. 2467.
FULL DRESS auita and Tuxedoa for rent.
J A. 3128. 109 N. 16th St. I. Feldman.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded at
the i Sherman ft McConnell Drug atorea.
DR. A. C. SABIN. RECTAL DISEASES.
Suit Sit Arthur Bldg., 310 S. 18tb St.
IRONING and cleaning. Webster 4224. '
RUGS and carpets cleaned.- AT. 9668.
Furniture and Household Goods.
SIX rooms beautifully furnished Including
piann and all household furnishings.
B-247. Omaha Bpc
FOR SALE Antique oak bed and dresaer.
DINING RM. SET REAS' ABLE. HA. 6147.
HIGH oven Jewell gas range. AT. 9549.
FOUR room of furniture. 276. KE, 2040.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
GEO. A. SMITH Dealer In drum, xylo
phones, etc.: Instructions, repalrina;
3711 Davenport St. FBon HA. 2197.
TRADE your uaed piano on a new play
r plana. Balance a low a 110 per
luuntn. niarr. sola uguailR.
BAX.IO for 812; in very good condition.
au .a wunroe. v a. 19.
ATHLETIC CLUB membership, 150 net.
-v - j . umina nee.
...... t, ; ; -.r r
I SMALL Bushman grand piano. Cheap for
1 NEW plajer piano, n price. AT. HIS,
ICC JlCCl AND MACCtt, IN FULL
PACE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
Clothing and Furs.
DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS.
For aale, a taw unclaimed, all-wool
"Dundee'' avilia, cheap, alteration free.
. North weat Cor. llth and Harney Sta
ARMY ahoea. 4 20. 104 No. 14th.
Typewriters and Supplies.
All MAKES bought, aold, rented and
repaired, Sol agent for th CORONA.
Get our price befora you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc,
J A. 412. 111 Farnam.
GUARANTEED typewriters, 112.60 and up.
Midland Office Supply Co., 1404 Dodge.
GARAGES built, new lumber, 1100 op.
ailCKlin Ijumoer cs renin; ma
ana ouraeue cim. vveuaier dooo,
WE buy, sell safe, make deaka, -how-.
raaes, etc., Omaha Fixture A Supply Co..
8. W. Cor, llth and Douglaa. JA. 3724.
EXPERT aewing machine repairing.
15th and Harney. DO. 1171.
FOR SALE Drop head sewing machine;
attachment; bargain, (10. 2671 St.
Marys. Apt. 3.
BARITONE, trombone, alto. Wilkinson
Mutlc Shop, 221 tArthur Bldg.
FOUR by fours and other used lumber.
Bradley. Merriam & Smith.
GOOD gentle riding horse, must ba aold
at once. Write 2123 North 28th St.
FOR SALE 1 harness. Call HA. 7376.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, uaed desk bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Famam. DO. 4144.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
YOUNG men for civil service position.
Railway mall clerk, 41,600. Postofflce,
11,400." Departmental, (1,800. Panama
service, (1,600. Experience unnecessary.
For free particulars ot examinations,
writ J. Leonard (former civil service
' examiner), 909 Equitable Bldg., Wash
ington, D. C.
WANTED Clerks, cannier", bookkeeper,
who desire to prepare for high grade
office position to enroll In our classes
In business administration. Office
management, accounting and C P. A.
training. Write for catalog or call
Dworak School of Accounting, 18th and
Professions and Trades.
WANTED A good all around man for
dry cleaning plant; must be good In
- apottlng, bu.ihllng and lady's wear; give
full particulars In first letter. Address
Clarke Warchobe, Box 444, Halting.
WANTED A good steady, experienced
barnyard and house man, with good
references, who can drive car. Wagea
to right man without board, (80. Box
X-B0, Omaha Bee.
DO you want to increase your income?
Write the National Auto School, H814
N. 20th St.. Omaha, for catalog.
MEN, for firemen, brakemen: beginner
(150, later (250. Railway. Box Y-1860,
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE.
110 8. '4th. Write for catalog.
" We can give a few
more men steady em
ployment hauling gravel
for road improvement.
They must be reliable
and able to purchase a
motor truck by paying
a small cash payment,
balance easily paid from
earnings, besides giving
you a profitable job. ,
Give phone number
, when possible, as quick
action is necessary to se
cure a good job.
Box Y-1860, Omaha Bee.
ANY intelligent pereon. ettber x. may
earn (100 to (200 monthly corresponding
for newspapers; (15 to (26 weekly In
apare time; experience unnecessary: no
canvassing; subjects suggested. Send
for particulars. National Presa Bureau,
WANTED Experienced asphalt steam
roller man for seaaon'a work out of
town. Satisfactory aalary to right man.
Experience, record and reference re
quired. Apply Bey Construction Co..
Standard 1 Bldg.
WILL pay boy' tuition througn business
coll.ge for doing about an hour'a liaht
Janitor work; no Sunday work. Call
Douglaa 7774 ilunda).
HELP WANTED MALE.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WE HAVE vacancy In our aalra depart
ment for an experienced aaleaman, with
ambition to make money and a perman
ent connection where there 1 opportun-
. Ity for rapid promotion and Increased
earning power. If you are 85 years or
more of ag. apply at 435 Securities
building between the hour ot I and 18
a. m. for interview.
WANTED Salesmen with reference rep
resent best Investment opportunity. The
Mexla Gusher Oil Field, co-operation
and literature. MEXIA Richland Oil
Syndicate. 1C08 Main St.. Dallas, Tex.
Salesmen to aell paint and oils direct to
farmers, eommiaslon bsais. Big money
for producers. Farmers' Pslnt and Oil
Co., 61 Federal Reserve Bldg.. Omaha.
INVESTMENT salesmsn with banking
experience and acquaintance In Omaha
and Nebraska preferred. Box B-23.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Young ladtea to enroll In our
day or evening ciaaars in stenography,
higher accounting and business admin
istration. By our method you will suc
ceed. We secure position for our grsd
uales. Call or' write for catalog.
Dworak School of Accounting, aecond
floor, Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam
Professions and Trades.
, Must have principal Immediately, elec
MUSIC AND DRAWING TEACHER
Election on receipt of applicant.
ENGLISH AND HISTORY. LATIN.
HOME ECONOMICS. COMMERCIAL,
MANUAL TRAINING, AGRICULTURE,
PHYSICS, DOMESTIC SCIENCE, ATH
LETIC COACH; TEACHERS FOR
EVERY DEPARTMENT TO BB
. FILLED IMMEDIATELY.
FARGO TEACHERS' BUREAU.
412 Karbach Block.
Household arid Domestic
EXPERIENCED white girl for general
housework; small apartment, small
family; must go home nights;' refer
ences required. HA. 1212.
WANTED Experienced ' white girl for,
general housework; no washing, W. D.
Hosford. HA. 0087.
WANTED Experienced cook, preferably
German, city, references. G. Storz, 3708
Farnam St. Harney 0620.
WHITE girl, general house work, family
two. 504 So. 36th St. HA. 4355.
Male and Female.
Experienced house to house demon
strator to . demonstrate for drug store.
Venus toilet preparations. Salary ami
commission. Venua Manufacturing Co.,
6922 Military Ave. WA. 0332.
GOVERNMENT positions open to men.
women, 18, over. Hundred sppointed
every year. Good salary. Writ for
f re list positions. G. , Robblns, 171
Pope Bldg., Washington, D. C. ,
WANTED Men, ladle and ooy to learn
barber trade; big demand; wage while
learning; strictly modern. Call or writ
1403 Dodg St. Trt-Clty Barber College.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL
Complete course In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptoraetry, 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
. Boyle Bldg., Omaha, Neb. '
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
ANNIE E. GLASGOW, voice and, piano,
- 503 Karbach Blk. JA. 1081.
FOR SALE A complete blacksmith tool
ready to start in business, also new
small dwelling house for (600 on easy
terms. Write Box Y-1864. Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE High clasa confectionery
and candy making equipment. Inquire
sterling candy Kitchen, sterling, Colo.
FOR SALE Soft drink parlor and barber
anop. dBUZ L t.- MA. 36iZ.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
554 8. 26TH AVE. Two nicely furnished
rooms; private family; gentlemen or
gins employed, tier, exchanged. Walk
HOTEL SANFORD. 19TH AND FARNAM.
HOTEL HENSHAW, 16TH AND FARNAM
Special rate to permanent guests.
FURN, rms. with priv. bath; warm, com
fortable, cheerful; price reasonable, day
or wk. Hotel Hamilton. AT. 4701.
ATTRACTIVE room In strictly modern
private home, close in; excellent board
If desired. JA. 2781.'
PARK AVE., 630 Newly furnished room
for 1 or 3 gentlemen; walking distance.
NICELY turn, room for gentleman, cloa
In. private family. (4.50. HA. 66K4.
ATTRACTIVE room for ladiea employed;
3024 CASS ST. Two modern front room,
furnished or unfurnished. HA. 2372.
NICELY furnished rm.; colored. WE. 1897.
TWO cosy rooms, private home. HA. 7460.
for The Bee by McManus
FOR RENT ROOMS.
OFFERS TO DESIRABLE
Ol'KSTS A FEW OUTSIDE
ROOMS. ALL MODERN CON
VENIENCES. (5 PER WEEK
AND VP. 1ITH AND HOWARD.
GET OUR ROOM
through The Bee furnished room di
rectory. Call at office for Hat of choice
desirable rooms In all part ot th city.
A servic that benefit both advertiser
and room aeeker. .
CALL MA. 3467 If you want a lovely
modern room In private home, good loc.
Till GUIDE TO
th better housekeeping room 1 the
directory furnished to advertiser and
room nunter. uau ri om uiuc it
free copy containing desirable vacanclea
in nil au. ui iu vi. n.
1123 SOUTH. 32nd St.. nicely furnished
apts., large sleeping porch, garage. Also
fine large sleeping room. HA. 1075.
8 furnished rooms, modern, first floor,
nice yard. HA. 4001.
3 LARGE rooms, adjoining bath; water In
krtchen, everything complete. KE. 345U.
FOUR furnished housekeeping rooms and
sleepingrooni. reasonable. 2703 Farnam.
MODERN apt., private family. WE. 676S.
UNION Hotel. 33 per week and up.
Board and Rooms.
Room for couple: convenient, pleas
ant home hotel. For reasonable prices
we serve best meals In city. 25th and
SOUTHEAST room in modern home, ex
cellent meals, lady preferred, priced
low because of distance, home privileges.
LARGE attractive room with board; home
privileges. Hanscom Park, 1646 So. 28th,
NICE room In modern home with ex
cellent meals. Will make reaaonable
rate to two gentlemen. HA. 0417.
PLEASANT rooms, A-l meals. AT. 7110.
HI REE upstairs rms. Light, water, heat,
ga fur. Ko children. 4247 Erakin
UNFURNISHED room for light house-
Keeping. cios in, atrictiy modern, rea
sonable rent. Call AT. (260.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
CONGENIAL couple to share modern
home, with dining room and kitchen
privileges, Bemls park. HA. 7226.
6-ROOM furnished modern bungalow with
gsrage, (100. 4316 Burt St. '
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
2, 3 and 4 -room apartment. Private
bath or snower. walking distance.
Brown Apts.. 608 N. 21st St. AT. 7449.
VERY desirable furnished ant.. 2 rooms,
kitchenette, bath and porch; east front;
nrst-ciass and reasonable. KE. Z46U.
TO SUBLET 3-room furnished apartment
In Dundee, until Sept. 15, Reference
required. , Phone WA. 2246.
CHOICE modern 2-room apartment and
bath. 2063 Farnam. -
TWO-ROOM apt., furnished, newly paper
ed 201 .California.
FURNISHED modern ' 2-room apartment.
3837 So. 23d St.
Only One Apartment
In the New Mildred, located in Dundee
at 49th and Dodge streets; 6 nice rooma,
well arranged, good value, at, (90.
No. 8 Kingsborough,
2538 Dodge St. v
A second floor, east exposure apart
ment In this convenient and attractive
building, three rooms, $60,
No. 7, Flo Les,
20th and Capitol Ave.
Living room, dining room, bedroom
and kitchen. A comfortatle arrange
ment, at, (67.50,
Three convenient rooma with 5-room
accommodations. A pleasant location
for the summer and a warm horn In
the winter, from (60 to CO.
Five rooms, well located, a Pleasant
home with apartment service, (60.
Peters Trust Co.,
."WHERE OMAHA RENTS."
AT. 0544. 17th and Farnam. .
Peters Trust Company,
WHERE OMAHA RENTS.
, 4-ROOM apt for rent
THE W. J. PALMER CO..
Cl Keellne Bldg. AT. 80.
MAPLE ST., 1818. dandy large modern
apartment; tile porch: rent reasonable.
STEAM-h-ated apartment. 4 rooma. close
in. G. P. STEPPIXS. 1610 Chicago. .
2212 N. 21 ST.. dandy modern brick apia,
rent reasonable. See janitor.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
K K'l'l'llAtu imulMUor," II l.eshnrn,
II iMiiingloa and It. i ' Med saltliig
sis. Mis Ash. S:4 North 1Mb,
rsi'Kiiil I1a"v ln.-u"b"lur. II. LearmrlT.
II. orplnnen nd It '. Itrd ttiflg
a. lr.. i lh. 3:4 Ni.rlh 3th.
Kr'I'ECTIVB AT ONCE. WILL KMKP
OVKS EVENING! AND SUNDAY TO
n:rAirt on hcplacb bat run if. a.
Battery and Parts Co.,
2414 rtllNtM ST.
I1KAI, DHKI "OAK UAIUMIN:
'Ii nr Time. Huv or Dell,
Fonts, limn 80 and nr
Hodiie. Uuii-k ami olheis. (100 and
Ford bodies winter tor
titit.nisutoM AUTO TALES Co,
I.H Harney hi. nlrl Oarsse.
UOMK bargalu In used Fords; prompt
asuvery en new vorns.
M'CAFFItKY MOTOR TO,. '
The Handy Ford Servic Station.
18ih nd Jack.on Bij Do. JMll.
BUT A OUT I. SMITH UBBIJ CAR.
A Salt Investment.
2th nd Farnam Sta Toon PO. lt,
1931 ESSEX Touring Car, looks and run
Ilk new. Owner forced In all or trade
for cheaper rsr. Thone Kenwood 36.
LOOK over our list of used cars
THE AUTOMOTIVE MARKET.
2068 farnam St. AT. 7(18.
STUDUHAKKR, lJl special (. 4 pa.'en-
ger, cnumy ro'lter. run 8.104 miles,
good- 1-s new. rash. KK. (18.
I'OHD Trans, complete, (To: rmfgnrts, per
11 LA. tu . 1 . , i. .....
Parts Co.' 1018 Harney Street.
USKD cars, worth your money, st Ne
K---1.- u. I. ... ..... j ., a
... nmnm vu.iiiuu. -W in .Oa nVWBTH
WHTTV7T.V vm& and rap. man!
iiuuuiji WK GuAR. s. n.
U8KI) radiators, all make for sale. Uro
ough Radiator Repair. 20J Karnsm.
CADILLAC coup for (860 or trade. J A.
HOLLY, expert auto trimmer. 613 S. 841 T
1 TWIN llarley, (65. HO. 6645.
TPAPHTQ v'r't M. A. Laraon, Central
A1 I IV mO city. Neb., your want for
acreage tract, farms
North Dakota Lands.
LAND YOU CAN PAY FOR
,'Our new plan of Belling farm homes
without profit and under supervision ol
County Farm Bureau merite your In
veatlgatlon; If you ara Interest. d In get
ting a farm home, write Land Depart
ment. Cara County Farm Bureau, Court
House, Fargo, N. D. I
Real Estate Loans.
WE have fa ah on band to loan on Omaha
E. H. I.OUOEE. INC,
838 Keellne Bldg.
t7nim T.nJTiCi No de'ty on weatern
r Xl III LlVdllb Neb. farma. ranchea.
Kloke Investment Co., 848 Om. Nat'l Bk.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 2715.
FIRST mortgage loans made promptly on
Omaha real estate, Sbnpen A Co.,
Realtors. JA. 4228. 234 Keellne Bldg.
(100 to (10.000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead D. H. Bowman. Wead Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
LIBERTY BONDS bought and sold. AT.
8844. Mack'a Bond Houae, 14(1 1st Nat.
J. H. M1THEN paya moat for LIBERTY
BONDS. 21 City Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
Charles W. Young & Son
Real Estate, Rentals, Insursnce,
1603 City Nat. Bk. AT. 8688
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estste see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Nut I Bk. Bid. JA ekion U2
List your home Buy your home.
blJNDEK & OTIS,
' Real Estate, Loans. Rental. JA. tM I .
RTpT'Cirprp Writes Tornado and
UHVIYIll 1 X Windstorm Insurance.
8S0 Peters Trust Bldg. JA. OHM.
NEW homes completely financed. Pay
like rent. C. T. SPIER CO., Realtors,
304 Peter Trust Bldg. Douglas 4887.
iTRTTF,NTfr Co. List WItB
VJAW U XjIM VJ u for quick result.
1418 let Nat'l Bk. Bldg. J A. 18(.
WANT 8 or 7-room. well located, In Dun
dee, by the ftrat; have cash. Box 121,
HAVE Inqulrle for home do you want
to nil your property T Llat It with
C. A. Orlmmal. Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
GEO. T. PORTED A CO.
Real Ei late. Rental. Insorsnce.
10S South 18th. AT. 298.
Western Real Estate Co. JA. (60T.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
SEE F. D. Wead & D. H. Bowman.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
NETHAWAY sells and trades. KE. 140.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
D. E. BUCK CO. buy and aell home.
VISIT model home at 2821 S. 34th St. -.
furnished by Orchard & Wllhelm Co.,
built by C. O. Carlberg. Open week dav
2 to 8 and 7 to S p. m.; Sun.. I to 5 p. m.
COLORED, -room modern, smsll psy
ment. E. M. Davis. 2530 Grant St. WE.
2420. . ,
3901 O. 17TH ST. 7-rma.'. modern. - easv
payments. Immediate possession, Crelgh,
808 Bee. JA. 0200.
Six-room oak finlsTicd seml-hungalow.
full brick foundation: choice east front
lot; price only (5,800 and (1,000 cash
will handle. Why pay rent?
Osborne Realty Co.,
810 Peters Trust Bldg. J A. 2C82.
7-room modern home, near Hanscom park.
THE LOT YOU WANT.
Arcadia Court, lot 22. 43x120, all spe
clsls In and paid, paving, (00. WE.
4B. Close to Miller park..
South of Farnam oa (1st: (2.(80.
Phone. WA. 4187.
24th and 27th 8ts. Will sell on easy
payments or will build to your, order.
Ralston Lots !!" !
i'i.n, uuotu, eay
payment. Phone Stewart. Balatea. 1-W.
Five loom, eA: l.iftlis JA-ieee. ,
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