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THK BEG: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAY 1. 1022.
A4.lt C ' Kt , at
'Revelations of a Wife"
Tht W Lillian ! Wdit Pr.
pared to Meet Dr. Petite
Ir tk tint a few seconds to reca'.l
tti bn I niesnit Pr. I'rtttt lif nt
ta n by the ban4 of Jerry Titer.
"I fin eiva you wmnitwrnt
at J o'clock ihi evenm. Vie b
on time, II. I. .
A i I patifil it bark to Lilian I
siefj. ity knew, that it h
who hal preifribej tbe phraoloiiy
f thit nifwagr I Uo knew by the
energy with) nhirh lie went t the
j-reprtiom Ut our return home
Out the read between the lines of
the note the importance of the torn
n.g appointment with Knherine, for,
t( course. I knew, without her tell
ing me, that we would Uni our lit.
t!i friend in the phytic iaa'i office.
"How did you get down here,
Jerry?" he a.krd that youth, a
he lustily put Marion' thing and
lirr own into a auitcaie,
."With liaby and the wagon. iee?
he returned, pointinir to tlie turn in
the winding road leadm.; to the
beach where "Baby," a bony, de
crepit old hore. the Joy and pride
of Jerry'i heart, waf contendly
Dooner Drive Ba-bee.
"Why can't you help Katie-puk t'P
here and bring the tiling back on
the wagon while Mr. (irahain and
'start along? 1 ou wont ininq rw-
ig un the wagon will you. rvmier
'.t I muni noting." Kane re-
Marion's voice held a wistful note,
and she R.vrd at hrr mother eagerly.
"What ia it. Marion?" Lillinn
fts.ert a knnuintr lllllle at me which
I returned. It was very clear what
the little girl wished. ..
"Mayn't I stay and help Katie and
Jerry pack tip, and ride up with them
on the wagon? Jerry let we drive
liahy if I'm very careful."
"Dooner drive Ba beetoo," my
small soi put in hopefully.
Lillian laughed aloud.
"What are the comfort of a good
motor car to the delight of riding be.
hind Rabv with ones. hand on the
reins?" she commented. "What do
vou think about Junior? Marion may
"Richard Second" walked toward
Katie with his funny, choppy little
gait, clasped her hand firmly.
"Dooner stay by Katie, drive-Ba-bce."
he announced with an air of
finality and an intimation of Katie's
phraseology that convulsed us. ,
"I don't mind, of curse," I said
klowtv, "except" , .
My 'voice trailed off, and Lillian
"I know, you don't want to let jura
out of our sight after last spring,
but surely with Katie and Jerry and
Katie stooped and swung the child
high in her arms. "
"That's Different." ' ' .
"I, like to see anybodies pet dis
Imbee now,"' she announced fiercely.
"Over me ven I dead, not before.
"He may stay, Uien," 1 saia wim
HMon derision. "Onlv keep him
right with jou, every second."
' Vou bet your DOOts, i.aue prom
ised cheerfully, -and with a-last direc
tion or two. Lillian and I climbed in
the car and started homeward. .
"Smith has seen that fellow in the
hospital," Lillian declared with con
viction as we drove along" the wind
ing wood-road. "I feel it in my bones,
and if so we ought to get home as
soon as we can and. make arrange-
. .1 rrv - x -s-A.v S, Via
house tonight while we're at Dr. Pet
tit's office. I don't 'want any- pos
sibility of your- mother-in-law be
Vng frightened.", ' '
"Why! You don't think" I be-
"I don't think anything" - Lillian
retorted, "but that with Smith in the
neighborhood I'm going to miss no
precaution. He's altogether too tond
of nocturnal excursions to suit me.
I made no further queries, but oc-i-iipicd
myself with explaining to my
mother-in-law that we would drive to
1'iig Harbor before 8 o'clock, and
that the Ticcr family would remain
in the house until we returned at
' She had teen in high pood humor,
'ext 'biting i'o ;us proudly the spot
lessness of the house a condition in
cidentally explaining ,Celia Ticcrs
fagged look and ignoring the un
pleasant feeling which Iiad lain be
tween us since ner savage scoring of
me on the day when Tom Chester
lunched with us, but at my announce
ment the color flew to her withered
cheeks and she turned on me ang-
r:Iv. . , . .
N'd like to know why? she said,
"i wasn't aware that I had reached
1 i.n itrn E.tl TV VfT
"It was not my suggestion," I re-
.4 -II lt f IUj.M,.nAi1
.turnea ingiaiy. ;irs. unucmvuu -
' quested it for reasons of her own."
"Oh! My mother-in-law's voice
fairly aripped mysterious- knowl
edge. "That's different. I under
She' made no further protest, but
went around all the evening as if she
had swallowed the entire third act
of a melodrama. .
A Silly Song
By A CUCKOO BIRD
Oh the world has gone to blazes,
and this life is full of woe, with it s
fnolish fads and crazes, and its
scramble after dough. - Thus the pul
piteers are saying, as they wave their
legs and arms. And the people hear.
them braying and are nuea wnn
wild alarms. They would make all
things unlawful that us common dubs
enjoy. Having nm nicy say is
ful, and our morals will destroy; fi
we listen to each duffer, as he wiU
ly wags his jaw, telling us that we
must suffer, 'till we pass another
law. So we go ahead and make it,
and prohibit something more, for we
know that we can break it, as we've
often done before. And we know
no retribution; all the laws of Blue
are jokes. You can change the con-
ution, but you can t amend us
How can children best be taught
From the time the children are
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BtCACH OF COUftT
Bt COLLX ILU -SURPRISE
HA,6tC AN INVITE THC COUNT
OE HiUfit? TO HA.VC OlNNCt WiTrt
UV tsMC'LL. THINK I'M COIN tN FER
60CCT AN' MC'LL TO NA,,tN'-
- I'LL CAUU HIM UP!
bahics, train them in the practical
thing of relights: kindness, patience,
etc. As soon as they can understand
what is said to them, teach them to
pray, that is to speak to (lod as a lov
ing father. Tell them Bible stories.
When they reach the proper age send
them to Sunday school and take
them to church.
Custer County Firemen
Hold Meeting at Broken Bow
Broken Bow, Neb., April 30.
(Special.) The volunteer firemen of
Custer county met here for their an
nual convention and banquet. Sar
gent sending 16 representatives,
Gallaway nine. Merna eight, Anscly
six. Mason City four, and Bcrwyn
four. The new fire truck was used
in showing the visitors about town
during the afternoon.
Classified Afterliting Rates
lo pr llnt( count 6 word to line) 1 dar.
llo per lln per day, S conarcutlv day.
15o per tin per day, 1 eonaecutlvo day.
14o par Una per day, SO conaeoutlva day.
No ada taken for leas than a total of 3 bo.
The rato apply Hber to the Dally or
Sunday B-. All advertlaements appear
In both morning and evening dally paper
for th on chars.
CONTRACT HATES ON
Want ad accepted at the following of.
MAIN OFFICE. ...17th ami Farnam St.
Mouth Side OSS South :4th . St.
Council Bluff 15 Scott St.
WANT ADS RUCEIVED BY rBONJB
THB BEE will not b reaponaible for
more than on Incorrect inaertion of n
advertlaemeni ordered for mora than on
CLOSING HCURS FOB WANT AIDS.
Evening; Edition. 11:45 A. M.
Morning Edition. .....:00 P. M.
Sunday Edition S-00 P., M. Saturday
DEATH ft FUNERAL NOTICES.
GRANDON Mrs. Nora, ag 69, Sun
day morning at her home, HI North
Kluhteenth atreet, following ahort. III
nm. There ar left to mourn hr loss
three daughters, Mrs. Kllcn Uolden,
Mr. Jennie Tomsen of Omaha, lira.
Oeorgt T. Drevaen of BaaBett, Neb., one
atatr, Mra. Jsrry Leary, and eight
grandchildren. Deceaacd " waa a resi
dent of Omaha for the pat 48 years.
Funeral service will be hold Tues
day at 8:30 a. m., from family xeai
dence, Sit North Eighteenth etrect, to
Holy Family church at a- a. m. In
terment .family lot at St. Mary ceme
KICE Harry D., April 27, 1922. . He la
. survived by hi wife. Mra. Rice, and
two daughters. Miss Oladya of Omaha,
and Mr. W. R. Burrell of Milwaukee.
Funeral aervlcea will be held from
family residence, 1923 Emmett treet.
Monday, May 1, at 11 o'clock. Inter
ment Forest Lawn cemetery. ' ; - '
M'OURTT Mrs. Lulu, April 24, 1923,
ged 48 years. She Is survived by one
sister, Mra. Jack Bible of Weat Cheater.
Funeral ervices will be held at
Bralley & Dorranc chapel Tuesday, May
. S, at o'clock. Friend invited. In
terment at West Cheater, N. Y.
BROWN Mrs. Bertha K aged 60 years,
beloved wife of Joshua V. She la sur
vived besidea her husband by on daugh
ter, Mr. F. L. Stephen.
Funeral Monday afternoon from John
A. Oontlemen'a mortuary at 2:30 p. m.
Interment Foret Lawn cemetery.
NELSON Cecilia, aged 62 yeara, 1 month,
3 day: beloved wife of Ola Nelson.
Funeral Monday at 2 o'clock from
Stack & Co.'a parlor. Interment at Mil
lard cemetery. Friends are welcome.
Visit Forest Lawn
Forest Lawn cemetery Is a plac of
peac whr beautiful green lawns and
many tree delight th eye and af ford
pleasant memories of th last resting
place of th departed. Lot owner
should plac their order for flower
bed at the green house now. Offices
at the cemetery (north of city limit)
and 720 Brandei Theater Bldg.
F. J. STACK & CO.,-
Stack Sc Falconer
Thirty-third and Farnam. .
HEAFEY & HEAFEY
Undertaker and Embalmers.
Phone HA. 0265. Office 2611 Farnam.
Hulse & Riepen,
Funeral Directors. " 22J4 Cumtng.
T W T A PMflM 1 1 Douglas.
Pbon DO. 8244
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
ft BWOBUUA, lie r Atxnai o".
L. HENDERSON, 1507 Farnam. JA. 12S8.
JOHN BATH. 1804 Farnam. JA. 1906.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
LOST Pair of snell-rimmed glasses io
case, on Turner Blvd.. between Mason
and Pacific. Owner, 1016 Mason. HV.
LOST Wednesdsy night at Brandeia r
taurant or 17th and Douglas, email gold
mesh bag. Reward WA. 2451.
LOST (lold watch, near Swedish Misaion
hospital. Reward. WK. 3635
LOST Wrist -watch valued as keepsake.
Reward. HA. 5S3S.
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IT tb ItHOEEO ISICE
OF OU TO INVITE
ME TO A NICE, HOME
AUTOMATIC malina concrete burial
vault. Ileroiuinend-H nd for sale
by nil leading undertaker. Water
proof, no steel t rut. no wood to de
ray. Insist upon th AUTOMATIC
Fb'ALINO VAULT manufactured by
Omaha Concret liurial Vault Co., S210
Nnrth SOth '
TUB SALVATION Army Industrial horn
ollclta your old clothing. furniture,
magazines. We collect. W distribute.
Pnone DO. 41IS an dour wagon will rail.
Call and Inspect our new bom. 1110-1112-1114
A. N., Chiropractor, il
Pnxton block. AT S747.
WE. 692S. Offlc hr., 11 a. m.-:J0 p. m.
MAGNETIC baths; Violet' Ray treatment
with ntassgcs. 614 S. 19th. AT. 3S1.
THEATRICAL historical masque costumes,
' for playa and parties, at Lieben's. Omaha.
SULPHUR batha. Sweillsh tnaasage, chi
ropody. Evening to 8. i0 8. 20th SI.
FISH Eli buth, mass..
OSTKOl.OllY massHges, aptm. AT. 6S65.
CARE for children ny time. CB. 2222.
EXTERT MASSAGE. ATLANTIC 9B4
RUNT vacuum cleaner. 7io. HA. 1071.
EXPERT maaaage. 210 N. 17th St.
Kxp. rnassftge; manicure. 404 N. 16th. Apt 4.
Private home for small children. Ket 0280.
1806. Farnam; , 2d Floor.
ACCORDION, side,. knlf, box pleating;
covered buttons, H Styled hemstltch'-
trig, buttonholes. Wrife Ideal ButtffO &
Pleating Co., 308 Brown---Block, Omaha,
Neb. Telephone' J A. 1936.
FURNACE AND TIN WORK. W A. 2971.
FLOOR laying, machine sanding. AT. 6533.
LES8ARD & SON. 2021 CUMINQ. AT. 1633
Vt1 TT1 D'Q 1818 Farnam street.
XVXJlllA O Douglas S44D. Class and
private lessons. Ten Instructors. .. , .
Inojpenlent Detective Bureau, 304 Neville
Blk. AT. tax; ntsnt. wa. ivb, ivj.
RELIABLE Deteci'." Bureau. Railway
EX. Bldg., J A. ZUSO. nignt, tta, aaife
JAMES ALLAN. 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all peases. AT Untie 1136.
, DR. B. C. DEWKLL, DENTIST.
810 Arthur Building. AT. 1368.
DENTAL X-RAYS. 60 eaclh, 13 a full set.
619 Securities Bldg., ISth and Farnam.
DRESSMAKING by the day, guaranteed.
Call evenings. WA. 6645.-
Nouveau dressmaking ahp. 48 2 Paxton Blk.
CLEAN, mend, tailor; ault. furs. Ha. 6804.
GEN. hauling and ashes. reas.,-AT. 3413.
ENLARGEMENTS, oil coloring, developing,
printing, Kase Studio. 213 Neville Blk,
FILMS DEVELOPED FREE. ,
The Ensign Co., 1607 Howard St.
J. W. Martin, Patent. Attorney. 1712
Dodge, room 209. Alao Washington-. D.
C. I help Inventors sell their patent.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
1ST CLASS painting and paperhanging.
Douglaa 4909. .
PAPERING, painting; low price. JA. 3023.
EDDY Printing Co. 212 a 13 St. Do. 8647.
BRITT Printing Co.. 201 Bromley Blla.
TRUNKS, bags and suitcases direct from
. factory to you; beautiful line, of guar
anteed' wardrobes. Send for catalog.
Acme Trunk Factory, Spring Valley,
DIAMONDS pTfc. pwfth
to buy back at small profit GROSS
JEWELRY CO. Omaha, Neb., 402 N.
16th St. Telephone DO. 6049.
RUGS washed, new rug manufactured
from old; rag carpet weaving; mattress
es, pillows renovated, made-' to order.
Gate City Rug & Mattress Cleaning Co.,
939 N. 24th St, JA. 2722. -
OMAHA PILLOW COMPANY. Mattresses
made ever In new ticks at half price of
new beds. ' 1907 Cuming. JA. 2467.
FULL DRESS suits and Tuxedos for rent.
JA. 3129- 109 N. 16th -St.. I. Feldman.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded at
the 6 Stierman st wcunnni '"";
nn a n Q.ttTM RSPTAt, tStHKASES.
Suite 810 Arthur Blag... zio b. mn
FOR SALE Or trade, auto repair tools
and service car. Reasonable. WE. 0833.
RUGS AND CARPETS CLEANED. AT 8413.
Furniture and Household Goods.
FOR SALE Arco-W'and stationary vac
uum cleaner. In first-class condition;
auitabl for apartment hotis or resi-rton-e.
Write Nebraska Power com
pany, g-neral superintendent. Omaha.
10-ROOM house, well furnished; cheap for
QUICK SHir; iprius. J .
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
TRADE your used piano on a new play
er piano. Balance ss low as 810 per
month. A. HOSPB CO..- U Douglaa
I KNOW HY
Clothing and Fur.
DUNDE1S WOOLEN MILLS.
For aal. a few unclaimed, all-wool
"Dundee" ault. cheap, alteration free.
Northwest Cor. 16th and Hartley St.
CLEAN, mend, tailor suits, furs. 11.
ARMY ho. 82.90. 706 No. lth.
Typewriters and Supplies.
Alt MAKE8 bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agent for the CORONA.
Get our price before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc,
j A. 412. 1912 Farnam.
G U ARAN T E k! typewriters, 812.60 and up.
Midland Office Supply Co-.. 1404 Dodge.
Store and Office Fixtures.
Foil SALE Office fixtures, files, adding
machines, comptometers, dictaphones,
desks, chairs, desk lamps, electric fsns.
Store fixtures: Cash registers, scales,
counters, showcaaes, meat blocks, r
Warehouse equipment; Stueben lift
trucks with platforms. " .
Call AT. 715 South 9th, or.Phon
,. Miscellaneous Articles.
WE buy, ell -safes, make desks, -how-cases,
etc., pmaha Fixture & Supply Co.,
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas. JA. 2724.
EXPERT sewing machine repairing.
- MICKELS, j
' ISth' and Harney. DO. 1171.,
GARAGES built, new lumber, 8100 op.
.Micklin Lumber & Wrecking Co., 24th
and Burdette St. Webster 6656.
SPRAY your frui-t trees now. Arsenate
V of lead, 2a cents a pound. JA. 2491;
FOlt SALBJ Camping outfit; 7x10 tent,
etc Inquire '9629 North 28th Ave.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks ought, sold and
traded. J.- C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. DO. 6146.
FOR first-class carpenter. HAr. .4996.
N Laundry and Day Work! . .
WHITE' woman wants bundle- washing.
, Kenwood 22S6, '''.
WOMEN' wishes day worli-, or bundle
washing, WE. 1038. --
WANTED Daywork- by hour. WE. 2366.
Stores and Offices.
CIVIL SERVICE has position, for young
-men, 18 upward; railway mall, 11,600;
, departmental, 81,300; Panama service,
- 81,600. Experience Unnecessary.. ' For
, free particulars of examinations, writ
JV" Leonard (former civil service ex
aminer), 909 Equltabi .Bldg., Wash
ington, D. C.
Young man, married or single; rapid
and accurate at figures, for clerical posl
tlo. In answer state ..age, . salary, .ex
perience and. .reference; Good; chance
-for advancement. X-87, Omaha Bee.
BOOKKEEPER wanted. - One not afraid
of a hard Job. One ,who can met the
public In a courteous manner.. This :s
a permanent place in a large local in
stitution. Give age, experience, whether
married or single and salary wanted In
first letter. Address X-96, Omaha Bee.
BANK DISCOUNT CLERK.
I CITY" EXPERIENCE.
BOX X-10S, OMAHA BEE.
Men Wanted .
We can give a few
more men steady em
ployment hauling gravel
f r road improvement.
They, must be reliable and able
to purchase a motor truck by pay
Ing part cash, balance easily paid
from earnings besides giving you
a profitable Job. No more
trucks will be sold than the Jobs
can take care of Indefinitely.
Glv phone number when pos-
eible. Quick action 1 necessary.
Out of town Inquiries oItcltd.
Address Box T-1860, Omaha Bee.
WANTED Kxperieoted card writer, ca
pable of fast work, for department
store. -Appiy superintendent,
MEN WANTED ON PAVING WORK AT
HARLAN, IA. -
rn i 1 1 j i , ) i
SEE JICCS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLOR IN THE SUNDAY BtL
t'VE INVITEO THE
THE COUNT OE.
NiLEt for. Dinner?
1921 y Int l Fcaturc Scuvict, Inc.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
t North Platte, Neb., for steady
work. 8140 per month, nine-hour day.
Vnlon Power & Light Company, 4;4 Klrt
National Bank Building.
DO you want to Increase your Incomer
Write the National Auto School, i814
N. 20th St., Omaha, for catalog.
MOLER BARB BR COLLEGE.
110 & Mth. Writ for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
SALESMEN wanted to represent The
Uerlach-DeLux. direct-by-mail advertis
ing media, holiday greetings, etc., for
exclusive territory. Personal Interviews
Monday and Tuesday Fontenelle hotel.
James R. Talcott, district sales mana
ger. TWO high grade men to travel and aell
new newspaper advertising service. $26
commission on each salo, paid at once.
If engaged a field man will sell In your
presence and instruct you. For prompt
Interview give qualifications and phone.
Box B 2C2. Omaha Bee.
FOl'R good house to house men for
household specialties. Good men make
big money. Are you one of them? C.
P. Adams Co., 623 So. 16th St
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
Teachers Wanted .
Principles, domestto and social sci
ences; music, drawing, English, history,
Xatin. mathematics, physics, chemistry,
French, home economics, normal train
ing, civics, publio speaking, .agriculture,
manual training, coaches for both boys'
and girls' teams; grade teachers; teach-
ers for every department. : "
Fargo Teachers' Bureau,
412 Karbach Block.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Competent cook, small family,
good wages, city references. G. Storz,
3708 Farnam. . HA. 0620. - -
WHITE GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSB
.WORK.' WA. 3912. ;
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladies and ooys to lesrn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St, Trl-Clty Barber College
G1LRS and boys to take up shorthand,
typewriting and bookkeeping; day or
evening work. Personal instruction.
- Call Atlantlo 7774.
DAT SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL
- Complete course In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, abort
hand ' and typewriting; railroad and
wireless telegraphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches.
Write, call or phone Jackson 1665 lor
large illustrated catalog. Address -
Bdyles Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Van Sant School of Business,
Day and Evening Schools.
720 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
ANNIE IS. GLASGOW, voice and piano,
603 Karbach Blk. JA. 108L '
FOIt SALE Drug store location, i candy
. kitchen and soda fountain, all new fix
tures complete, located on good cor
oner in . Waterloo, ia.' Will sell for
82,000. Worth double thai VTce. H.
F. Moffet, 612 Mulberry St.,, Water
loo, la. ;
RAISE big capital for any - legitimate
business. Write for free book "Quick
Financing" and my free plans showing
how companies raise large capital by
my easily operated method. Cunning
ham, 464 San Fernando Bldg., Los
CONCESSIONS for sale at Lakeview park,
including restaurant, soft drinks, penny
arcade,-box -ball alleys and games
FOR RENT ROOMS.
PARK AVE. and Farnam. 218H; clean,
j well furnished room, in modern apart
ment. Ladies preferred. References..
HOTEL SANFORD. 19TH AND FARNAM,
HOTEL HENSHAW, 16TH AND FARNAM
Special rates to permanent guests.
FURN. rms. with priv. bath; warm, com
fortable, cheerful; prices reasonable, day
or wk. Hotel Hamilton. AT. 4701.
2, 3 and 4-room apartments. Private
bath or shower. Walking distance.
Brown Apts., 618 N; 21st St. AT. 7449.
FURNISHED modern 2-room apartment,
Inquire 3837 So. 23d St.
BEMIS PARK, large south room, fur
nished; women preferred. WA, 2044.
1123 SOUTH 32d St.. large elegantly fur
nished room,, board optional. HA. 1076.
NEWLY furnished room, walking distance.
gent, fret. HA, 2003. 530 Park Ave.
SWEETWOOD AVE., 410 Moderate priced
rooms, close in, gentlemen preferred.
SUN room near Crelghton college on
Harney car line. AT. 1595.
NICE sleeping rooms; board if desired;
614 N. 21st. AT. 2093.
;28 FARNAM: for rent, large modern
room reasonable. HA. 2835.
LARGE front room, suitable for two; near
:16th and Farnam. HA. 6242.
HSKG. rm. with kitchenette. 2669 Farnam
SLEEPING and hskg. rooms. Web 2415.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
00 OOC-HT TO KNOW THAT THlt
t THE CftC OA.Y OUT. I HAVEN'T
A THINC, IN THE t-VOOO THttk tt
FOR RENT ROOMS.
A deliKhtftilly furnished bungalow. 6
rooms, double garage. 5111 Capitol
Peters Trtist Co.,
"Where Omaha Rents"
17th nd Farnam Sis.
UKT VULK ROOM,
through The Bee furnished room dl-.
leclory. Call at office for list of choice
desirable rooms In all parts of the city.
A service .that benefit both advertiser
and room seeker.
GKT TOUR ROOM
NO. 25 ALSATIAN APTS., at 116 South
15th Street. See janitor; 818 per month.
CLAFnMONT HOTEL 17th near Jackson,
clean, comfortable, homelike atmosphere.
Ratea 85 to $10 weekly. Tel. DO. 2785.
TH"1 GUTDB TO
th better housekeeping rooms 1 the
directory furnished to advertiser and
room hunter. Call at Be offic for
free copy containing desirable vacancies
In all parts of the city.
TWO housekeeping rooms. 86 per week;
single sleeping rooms, 12.50 .per week.
708 South 16th St. '
FORTY-FIRST AVE., 618 : N. WA. 2913.
Five rooms for housekeeping: furnished.
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, mod. 85 to $7
per wk. 124 S. 31st Ave. HA-3718.
703 FARNAM, clean 4-room apt., .one
sleeping room, also garage. HA. 1002.
Board and Rooms.
Room for .couple; convenient, pleas
ant home hotel. For reasonable price
we serve, best meals .inr pity. 25th and
Podge, i '. t , -
ROOM! and board desired by oUng cou
ple, congenial surroundings; husband
travels. Box T-1874. Omaha Bee. .
LARGE, attractive rdom with board;
- home privileges. -Hanscom Park, 1646
outh-28th; Has 8168.- f '
PLEASANT rooms. A-l meals. AT. 7110..
PRIVATE bath, cabinet kitchen,
housekeeping and lsiundry jirivi-
leges. A cleaiT fend sanitary one
room apartment " ifer 137.60 pert
month..- Call AT. 9708.
UNFURNISHED . rogm for. light house
keeping, close In. strictly modern, rea
sonable rent Call AT. 3:50.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
561 South 26th street, 2-room. neatly fur
nished apartment. Walking distance,
. including telephone andV piano. Reason.
' able. At. 6051.
THREE-ROOM' apt newly papered, nice
furniture, piano .Included.- 2019 Cali
foupr.tflimr.r tj-ttoStkh sin
2. 3 and 4-room apartments. Private
bath or shower. Walking distance.
Brown apts.. 60? Kf. 21st St. AT. 7449.
FURNIHED modern 2room. apartment.
Inquire S837 So. 23d St.
CHOICE modern 2-room apt., with bath;
everything furnished. 2063 Farnam.
. No. 11 Mildred, ;.
49th and Dodge Sts.
Five-room apartment in this well ar
ranged two-story bedrooms and bath
upstairs separate basement splendid
location , ...., 190.00
' Ayres Apartments,;
603 South 31st St.
Five rooms ground floor, three sides
exposed good location ...860.00
No. 8. Kingsborough,
2538 Dodge St.
Throe- rooms--coiivenlent attractive-
well located ..-...feo.M
No. 19 Flo Les,
20th and Capitol Ave.
Four rooms third floor, north and
east exposures large, pleasant room
for ..'.';.. $57.60
For May 10.
Three rooms No., 5 NATHAN 16th
and Willis avenue living room, bedroom
and kitchen, screened porch. ,..'..152. 50
For June 1.
Five rooms IjrO. 12 MONTICELLO,
620 South 31st street a choice apart
ment in the attractive new building
Peters Trust Co.,
"Where Omaha Rents"
17th and Farnam Sts.
MODERN apartment of 4 rooms with 6
room accommodations; also 6 rooms,
ground floor apartment. The Cheodo
Apt., 26th- Ave. . and Marcy. Phone,
216 PARK AVE. Fine six-room apart
ment for rent; no heat except hot
water; 877.50 per mo. Inquire 214 Park
Ave. HA. 2046.
Peters Trust Company,
WHERE OMAHA RENTS.
STRICTLY modern, 4, Ideal unfurnished
room spartment, ground floor, private
bath. Inquire "3837 So. 23d St.
of 4 and 6 rooms. The
S. 26th St. Ph. ,IA. 1422.
EIGHTEENTH .ST.. 620 South: 2-room
spartment all modern. 816. KB. 3272.
UNEQUALLED sleeping porches each S,
4 or 6 -room apt. 2:04 North !3d.
STEAM heated; four-room; close in, 140.
C. l Stebbens, 1610 Chicago.
The Bee by Sidney Smith
Drawn for The Bee by McManui
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS,
JBHAL'TIKl'L apartment with garage. Two
ta rooms, living room, uining roum, ?
..niu. hull , lrlthti SUA nee month.
Il Park avenue. Inquire 214 1'srk
avenue. References renuireo. iia.
MODERN apartment., 1st floor; 4 rooms
and nstn: pnvsie garasw ik umivu
Walking .list .ore. WA. 3H8S.
FOR RENT Business Property
(50 SQUARE FEET of spsce at S4 Brom
ley Building, suitable for light manu
facturing. Peters Trust Co.,
"Where Omaha Rents"
17th and Farnam Pis,
TEL. DO. 5197 and ask for Mr. Danforl
for rent new brick building. 150x150. on
Missouri Pacific tracks; suitable for
storag and I equipped-with manurao.
turlng macmn.ry and nas nice ouices,
Will lease for one year.
TWO-STORY and basement bricfc' build
fng 1113 Harney St.
Peters Trust Co..
"Where Omaha Rents"
17th and Farnam Sts.
MERCANTILE STORAGE AND WARE
HOUSE CO., 11th and Jones Sts.
H. M. Christie, warehouse & track'ge prop.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
PACKING STORIJ4Q SHIPPINQ
Phone Jackson -0381.
1107-11 Howard St. : .
Separate locked rooms-for household
goods- snd piano moving, .packing and
.shipping. ' -' " '' -
BEKINS OMAHA VAN AND' STORAGE.
SOS South -16th. ' DO. 416J.
ESTIMATES furnished on storage and
moving. Contract taken by Job or br.
Glob Van & Storage Co., JA., 4338. AT.
0220. 620-24 North 16th St.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
ONE Mexican Chihuahua puppy .for aale.
Call WE.. 07.48. .
PUPPIES for sale. 4617 Podge, WA. 0700.
SINGLE C Anrpna pullets, Ji.25. DO. 4638.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
EFFECTIVE AT ONCE; WILL KEEP
OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAY TO
REPAIR OR REPLACE BATTERIES.
Battery and Parts Co.,
, , 241 FARNAM ST..- .
. REAL USED . CAR BARGAINS. -Cash
or Time- Buy or Sell;
Fords, from 160 and up
Dodge, Buicks and others, (100 and
Ford bodle iwlnter top.
GOLDSTROM AUTO CALES CO.,
1318 Harney St. - Central . Garage
SOME bargain In used Fords; prompt
delivery on new Fords.
- M'CAFFRET MOTOR CO.,
' The Handy Ford Service Station. -15th
and Jackson Sts. DO. 3600.
FOR SALE 3-ton Mack truck, lH-ton
Master truck, 1-ton Republlo truck, all
in good condition. Call AT, 715 South
9th or phone AT. 0440.
LATE model Ford rladster, new body,
. new starter, motor completely over
- hauled; good tires. Call Mr. Barrett,
Harnoy 0346 or Market 1257.
FORD parts, triple gear, 11.00; trsnS
drums, II; trans disk set, SI. Neb, Auto
Parts, 1016 Harney St.
BUT A OUT U SMITH USED CAR. -A
26th and Farnam St.. Phone DO. 170.
WANTED Dealer for Eureka Dry Bat
tery; three year guarantee. Write Box
42, Carroll, Neb.
IF you have a can to aell,. let us sell it
t your price, less a small commission,
Blackstone garage, 3814 Farnam St.
LOOK over our list of used cars. -THE
J056 Farnam St. AT. 78S5.
USED cars, worth your money, st- Ne
braska Oldsmobil Co., 18th and Howard
, Sts. AT. 1770.
FORD sedan, 1919, reasonable by. owner.
Will carry reasonable amount In month
ly payments. WE. 2934.
WWfTF.T.V Sells fish tackle, base
' AAA A AJAJ A ball, golf, tennl goods.
USED radiators, all make for sale. Greea
ough Radiator Repair. 203 Farnam.
1918 APPERSON chummy; overhauled
and painted. $300. HA. 6750.
1921 STUDEBAKBR light six. .See me at
once. Call AT. 8389.
1921 FORD COUPE. LOOKS LIKE NEW.
OVERLAND 83; ail new tires; 150. JA.
0524. , .
SPECIAL six Studebaker. 675. HA. 6750.
HOLLY, expert auto trimmer. 112 8. jitST
DODGE TOURING. 1920. HA. 6760.
IMPROVED - 40-ACRE FARM
100 miles of Minneapolis, nice set
buildings, good soil, in well settled
district, part cultivated; 2 horses, 4
cows, 7 hogs, chickens, farm machinery
and everything on th plac goea at
2.000; $500 cash and balance t to 10
years. 6 per cent Schwab Bros., 102
Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.
FARMS i'm iL A- Lron. Central
Xl.rWHiO city. Neb, your wanU Xor
. acreage tracts, farms, .
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Money to Imn
mw to $.00
qi Furniture, IManof, Etc.
I Id.n l4 fU, maulh.l
OMAHA LOAN CO.,
. knU, h lila.lt I'l J. f'
M.,tht ,HH.r Uli MUa !
Real uta Loans. "
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K, H. lOt'llEf! lHKm
Farm Loans 5:
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tin; urAi. KTrM ro.
inn. K H.Hi.l lUt,
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Stock ! Bond.
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MHKItTT HONI'H beught .4 told. AT,
44. VSr' PoIlu. 1.11
I. II. MTH KM !. mat for l.lrir.HTI
ilONHa. til lli Mt I. nana mar
lluMMTiW HA UK. At'AltTME.sr
W. J. Palmer Co.,
i:ini M.ti.g.iu.ot fp.ot.li.ia
' K.-iitt Hid. 0 AT,
Charles W. Young & Son
lie.! I'!t. Tten'.K lw"
IWJ illy N'ai. UK. AT.
To tu nr ll Oin.h. H..I K.l.t .
FOWLER & M DONALD
115t Cltjr Nri Hk. Pldf. JA ckm
BINDER & OTIS,
Weal fc.tat., l.niv ",'',Ji,',.
niI: l.'li,T ' Toru.de and
JJliWVI-J 1 1 Wiii.l.torm Iti.iir.nc.
. H 1'eter Tru.t m-lg. J A.
NEW home fiiuplt"ly fln.nc.d. Pay
likTnt. t, T. nrir.ii m """;
SS4' I'.ter TrutIllilg. lla4T.
GRUENIG u for quick rult
WANT or J-room, "will lo-atea. In ll in
dee. by th Ural; bv. cl. '
HAVE) Itiqulrlx for home do you want
to ..II your property t l.lt II
C. A. Orlmm.l. Om.ha Wfl Bk. Wld.
GEO. T. PORTER 4 CO.
Real Kst.t. R.ntalfc Iournc.
msouth lmb; A1UL'ii
aT'w'KUI. 4'I.OHKD dual.
If. 8. MANV1LI.E, Realtor,
A T. 2"3. Hi I'eter. Trust Bid ;
LIST your home for with W
hav th customers. 1'ayn Investment
Western Real Kstat Co. J A. $607.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
CAR to trade for lot. AT. 958..
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
SEE F. D. Wesd A D. II. Bowman.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
THAW AT sell and trade. Khi. '140S.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
D. R. BUCK H CO.buy and aell """as.
" Do You Want
A Poonfifnl rTnmp At
A Real Bargain Price?
Nearly new 5-room semlbungs
low, all finished- In oak. situated
on corner lot with double garag..
If you are Interested in something v
, , well worth tbe money, don't fall
to see this. Located at-W, f. 1
33d SU ' -
Phone Harney 5459.
NUW modern 6-room bungalow. 420
Mavborry Ave. Call between 2 and
' 6:30. , -
NKARLY IK1NK ' . '
MILLER PARK - e
A beatitirul five-room bunaglnw that
will make you take notice. Fine ex
terior appearance with a green shingled
roof, oak floors, oak snd enameled fin
ish, modern to the minute; $5,000 and
easy terms. JA. 3566. ' '
North Side Bargain
, Five great big rooms, bath snd re
ception hall, strictly modern ,1 choice
south pront lot, on paved street; one
block to car; $1,000 cash will' handle..
'Let us show you. ' ,-
; Osborne Realty Co.;
630 Peters Trust Bldg.
J A. 22fl5
3901 NO. 17TH ST. 7 rms., modern, easy
PJ-UICII LB, J 11,1.1 C ll.l, UCH1VU, V.,Clall,
' 608 Bee. JA. 0200.
6001 N 24TH ST. Five-room ' house: sale
or trade. C. S. Snellen, 1TE. 1384.
FOR SALE OR RENT Six-room modern
u n .. qcia -ran...
ll,,UnC' .VI, .. 11 11C13L.
- SOUTH : ' -
$3,0003114 So. 22d. Good 6-r. coltage, g'l
modern; ' good baseinent; all tl
' good order; $60.0 down; good buy.
$5,500 142d Pasnflena Ave. A pew paved
street, close to school and car;
very good location; hers you find
one of the best built, 5-r., strictly
modern homes there Is In Omaha.
all In the best -of condition; im
' mediate possession will -he given.
C. B. SCHLEICHER,
1912 Vinton St. AT. 0905
3052 S. 34TH ST. 6-room bungalow. $7,
260. C. G. Carlberg. Realtor. 312 Bran
deis Th. Bldg. Jackson 0586.
30TH OAK, 6-rm. mod., oak, finish; well
. located; $6,250: $1,000 cash.
CHAS. B. 'BBLMAN, AT.' t!60.
COTTAGE and lot. near union depot.
$1,050, easy terma. P. D'. Wead, 31o
South 18th. St., At. 0181.-
S. side of Larlmor Ave., between
24th and 27th Sts. Will sell on easy
payments or will build to your order.
AT. $640. : .
Ralston Lots Jn2entu,,r0sw,nri.
payment. Phone Stewart Ralaton. 10-W.
South of Farnam on 6"!st; $2,160.
Phone. WA. 4187.
i .Bemis Park District
' ' Leaving the city, will sell my 'str-
-room modern home, completely fur-
nished, garage. 3205 Lincoln Blvd. HA.
WALKING distance. $4,750. 6-room mod
ern, paved street.
BEST & GESTR7NG. AT. 6135.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Secured short time in
vestments to yield 7, 8,
and 9 per cent.
- - Room 3, Wead Building-,
18th and Farnam Sts.
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