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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 27, 1919.
V i - AUTOMOBILES AUTO, EXCHANGE CO. , SPRING IS HEJIE i i NOW IS THE OPPORTUNE TIMB TO . PURCHASE THAT USED CAR AT ITS . TRUB VAUJB. Oakland Saoalbl tlx. nearly nw.. 1700 Overland touring-, modal SO 4 SO Bulek 81s 0 Scrlppa-Booth 4, HIT .. 460 .Overland roadater, ltlT I7f Studebaker Six. touring, 1117 ISO Studebaker rour, touring. 117 400 Maxwell touring, HIT 150 Saxoa Six, touring 1(0 Overland touring, HIT yS Mitchell touring. ltl 450 Chalmers 10, (our pasaenger..... 150 Hudson (-40, roadster (00 Hudson 1-40, touring (50 Hudson super six, touring, new tires 100 Hudson super six, touring, like new bargain. Hudson super six, speedster, nearly new reasonable, Cadlllao touring, model IS, like new ; a snap. ' FORD BAROAINS. Fori touring. 111 !50 Ford roadster, 1(11 150 Ford roadater, 1(17 -.500 Ford roadster, HIT, like riew, de mountable rim and other extras... 176 Ford touring, HIT 350 Ford touring, HIS , 400 Ford coupe, demountable ..rims. Helnse starter. Tale lock and other extras '500 LIBERTY BONDS TAKEN AT FACE VALUE IF YOU ARE DISSATISFIED WITH TOUR OLD CAR TRADE IT TO US FOR ONE TOU CAN USE. OPEN SUNDAYS 10 TILL 3 V AUTO EXCHANGE CO. 2000 Farnam St. AUTO CLEARING HOUSE . U12-14-16 Farnam St. Now Is the time and this Is the place to buy a high grade used car worth the money. We have several hundred satisfied customers. Why not add your name to our list? Don't buy a new car when you can buy a high grade used car for half the money. The other half you can buy Victory bonds with, whereby you can kill two birds with one stone. Have an automobile and bonds, too. We have the following list of cars: V t(H Scrlpps-Booth ( $ (0ft HIS Dodge coupe 1.20O H17 Dodge Sedan 1,000 1918 Chalmers Duplex 1,000 . 191! Chevrolet roadster 500 . 1111 Ford Sedan 1,400 HI Saxon Six 900 HIS Studebaker roadster 650 HIT Ford Sedan 650 HIS Mitchell Six touring ...i.... . 550 1917 Hupp roadater 750 HIS Ford roadster 400 H17 Overland 85-4 600 HIS Ford touring 275 HIS Four touring, starter, lights demountable rims (00 HIS Moon (50 ' HIT Chevrolet' S50 Hl( Dodge touring (50 O. HIT Maxwell touring S50 Hl( Maxwell touring 250 -HlT King Eight 500 . HIS Mitchell Six 500 HIS (-40 Hudson (60 And many others. We buy, sell, trade and take Liberty bonds. We will do anything you want to If yeu will play fair. All cars sold on a S-day money back guarantee If not satisfied. Omaha's largest used car store. AUTO CLEARING HOUSE Phone Douglas 6383. VALUES THAT ARE REAL IS WHAT WE SELL. II1S Stuti roadster, t Cord tires. 118 Mitchell Six touring (600 11 Saxon roadster ,...... 225 11 Chevrolet 450 118 Chevrolet 350 191T. Chalmers six 650 . HIT Saxon 426 ltlT Ford touring 325 11T Ford touring 600 "-. 111 Hup roadster 900 191 8tuts roadster 260 111 Chevrolet .'. 2i5 11( Ford touring 860 T5-B Overland touring ............. 226 1114 Ford touring. ALL CARS SOLD ON A MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE, - AND WHEN BETTER VAL UES ARE SOLD WE WILL SELL THEM. TRAWER AUTO CO., Doug. 07. 1910 Farnam. RENT A NEW FORD DRIVE IT YOURSELF II CENTS PER MILE. ' TOO ARB COVERED BT INSUR-. ANCH AGAINST LIABILITY RESULT ING FROM ACCIDENT. I TBW 1(1 HODEL FORD CARS. FORD LIVERT CO.. DOUG. 8622. 1114 HOWARD. - NEW TIRES ON SALE. Firestone, Congress, Lee Pullman, risk. . Write tor prices. Mention sizes. KAJMAN TIRE JfOBBERS, 2016 Farnam. 1100 Reward for any magneto we can't rK pair. Sole mfrs. of new self-spacing affln lty spark plug. Baysdorfer, 210 N. 18th. THE DIXIE FLTER. W. R, NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY, 1620 Farnam St - USED CARS. 1 Ford touring car, 1917 (360.00 I Oldsmobile trucks, 1ft ton... 300.00 1 Maxwell sedan. 1917 300.00 1 Bulck sedan 350.00 1 Mitchell touring, 1(15 250.00 1 Overland touring, 1917 400.00 I Mitchell roadster, 1916 200.00 I Hupp-2 roadster, a snap 150.00 Auto Repair Shop, for sale or trade. TjiI. r9 Intn E- rl. - U.. n 1(11 Davenport St Phone D. 1141. 111 aeven-psssenger Bulck touring car. mwuvi mwt iu sirs oiass conauinn, . newly painted, a bargain. NEB.BUlCK AUTO CO. Tyler 17(0. " 19th and Howard TOR SALE One and one-half ton Ford truck, (400; one 1817 Ford touring, (300; on 1(17 Ford touring, (350; one Jackson touring, (200; and 1 model Sl-Overland truck, (160. Call at 12(7 South 13th St Douglas T620. - MEEKS AUTO CO. , Used cars bought, sold and exchanged. We bay for cash and sell on time. Full . line to meet from. Middle State Garage . tIt-t Farnam St Douglas 410L MEEKS AUTO CO. FORD sedan, 1(18, In unusually good con dition, u. B. rauison Motor Co. Ames Ave. and Florence Blvd., Authorised Ford "dealers. Tel. Col. 14. USED CARS AND TRUCKS AT BARGAIN PRICES. STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO., 1(20 Farnam St Omaha, Neb Used can of exceptional value. GUY L. SMITH, ISSI Farnam St D. 170. ONE 117 Studebaker (-cylinder; vr haoled; refinlshed: one 1918 4-cylinder 8tudebaker. Call Harney I75( WANTED FOR SPOT CASH. 100 USED CARS; quick action; no delay. Auto Exchange Co. 205 Farnam St D. (036. UiLLING onfy privately-owned used cars. The Omaha- Usd Car Market. 3517 Leavenworth St Tyler 1347 STOR SALE Ford truck, - 117 - model; heap. Webster 1282. AUTOMOBILE electrical repairs; service station for Raytield carburetors and Colombia storage batteriea Edwards. NEW and used Ford, Ames bodies. Im mediate delivery. O'Rourke Goldstronf Auto Co.. 3701 So. 24th. So. . OAKLAND, Sensible Six. . - MARSH OAKLAND. CO.. - .J3( rarnam 81 AUTOMOBILES EXPERT Repairing Guaranteed service. SERVICE OARAOE. Hth and Leavenworth. Doug. 7000 BARGAINS IN USED CARS. McCaffrey Motor Co.. ISth and Jackson. Ford Agents. D. 1600. GOOD FORD ROADSTER with delivery box car, la an A-l condition. Call Doug. SMS. ' - FORDS, cash, time, Liberty bonds. All; models. Ford Market. 1230 Farnaru Street GOOD USED CARS. GUT L SMITH NEARLr NEW, Oldsmobile coupe. Must sell. Military Osrage. Benson 111. - Cars tor Hire. FORDS AND LARGE CARS FOR HIRE. I Drive yourself; at very reasonable)! prices: no exirss to pay neoraaita serv ice Garage, Hth and Farnam. Douglas TStO. Trucks PROMPT DELIVERY CN ALL MODELS NEBRASKA WHITE CO. FRED C ROGERS. Mgr., Tyler 1747 147-11 Capital Ave. Tire and Supplies. .. CLOSING OUT STOCK FIRESTONE TIRES' SOxS, plain 30x8 V, non skid. 31x4, non skid. . . 32iSS. non skid .... .110.26 .....(14.50 . .. ..(22.50 .... (17.60 4x, non sKia 25.60 We have all sixes equally as cheap REBUILT TIRES CRT KURE METHOD 30x3 17.25 30x3 H .- (8.50 GOOD-WEAR TIRE AND GARAGE CO. 27th St., Near Leavenworth. D. 4700. TIRES ONE-HALF PRICE. GUARANTEED 3.000 MILES, y 10x1 ( 7.601 30x3 ft I S.2S 82x314 10 261 32x4 11.76 12x4 11.601 34x4 12.00 W furnish the old tires. Agents .wanted. I IN I VULCANIZING COM PANT, 151( Davenport Street. NO need for steam soaked carcasses. We retread and rebuild tires by Dry-Cure process. Ideal Tire Service. 2576 Har ney St New and Used Tire Bargains. Call or write for prices on repair work We can save you money. Work called for and delivered. Farnam Tire and Rubber Co., Harney 8758. 2914 Farnam St. GAIN more miles; have your tires re treaded by G. & G. Tire Co. 241S Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-W. Motorcycles and Bicycles. EXCELSIOR .MOTORCYCLE I - AND SIDECAR HIS TWIN CYLINDER, THREE SPEED. . Electrically equipped, generator, amme ter, lights, horn, speedometer three near ly new non-skid tires, leathekalr cushion tandon, pump. Cost 1496 newV-wtll take 1325; run only 6.000 miles; engine Id fine condition. Phone or, write 3. C BUssard, to South list St, Omaha. Phona Harney 1371 IARLET - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES Bargains In used machines. Victor H. Roos, the Motorcycle man, 27th and Leavenworth sta Repairing and Painting. VVB NOT ONLT REPAIR TOUR RADIATOR, - BUT CAN BUILD TOU A NEW ONE. RADIATOR REPAIR 8HOPS and DEALERS: Write us for prices on new core .No weeks of waiting for that new radiator or .fender. Built to your order, any style, for aatomoblle, truck nr trr -tor. In 14 hours. Patronise your home Industry. The only Radiator and Fender manu facturing company In the west. OMAHA RADIATOR AND TIRE COMPANY. 181 Cuming. 10(4 Farnam. Omaha, Neb. Beautiful Dundee Residence Eleven RoomsBrick Veneer ; ( $22,000 First offering of a new Colonial home, ideally located, on an east front lot, 75x127; in the best part of the Dundee district. First floor: Vestibule with tiled floor, coat closet with mirrored door, living room. 13x28. with fine fire place; built-in bookcases on 'each side; very attractive sun room, 10x16; dining room is very good size, and has entrance from sun and living rooms; butler's pantry, between dining room and kitchen; Pullman breakfast nook off from kitchen; plenty of cupboard and closet space; fine refrigerator room. Entire downstairs, with the exception of the kitchen, is finished in oak; kitchen in birch and maple. Second floor: On this floor there are five rooms and bath, all finished in birch, with oak floors. Trimming is finished in white and Frenchy gray enamel, and mahogany and walnut stain. One room is com THE BYRON REED CO. Douglas 297. DUNDEE, HAPPY HOLLOW AND FAIRACRES. No Better Place to Live, No Safer Place to Make a Residence Investment. " N- vmuentngJ,e' P"11" trom n these desirable addition on 1 . SLP3 ? Ione:.tenth down 51 one per cent, of purchase price, payable month rL.nn.hi. kifti- JUV 'C? J1 for buildin operations and is protected br h It dln brt'o". which safeguard the purchaser and assure the future I il.i? . iP Top?- W?,J:,not Urt now towards owning your home by investing wiiT ii.j? I! ehu ,ce DU,ldjn8 to location where values are bound to increase, .win gladly show the property by automobile at your convenience and submit rlats and prices upon request. ...... . NEW DUNDEE STUCCO HOME. I1I.50S buys an attractive, nearly new 2-story and attic g-room modern stueeo house, newly decorated, finished in oak and birch with oak floors throughout, having ?i p. cf ??d buUt-i i bookcases in living room, built-in buffet in dining room. i,V?I i? . ti' Tm- MM's .quarters on thlrd Located on east front lot 60x186 feet in Dundee s new addition. Convenient to car line. Something desirable and attractive. , ...... - HAPPY HOLLOW LOT CHEAP. i . if . ""J? 5. fini ,ot on Happy Holfcw Blvd. 72x1(8 feet, with paving paid for in full, close to fine homes and convenient to street car line. If interested, better act quickly, as this lot cannot last long on the market at this price. . CLOSE-IN HOME AT A-LOW PMCET Here is an opportunity to secure an unusually well constructed 14-rooVi modern house for only (9,000, originally costing over $36,000. This house has a new hot water heating plant, is finished in solid black walnut, with quarter-sawed oak floors, first floor. There are rooms on first floor, 8 bedrooms, 2 complete bath rooms and large cedar closet on second floor. Large garage, with room for S or 4 cars, with living quarters above. Only one block to car line. Corner lot, 80x182 feet, with wide parking.- This is an unusual opportunity to secure a bargain close in. CATHEDRAL DISTRICT. y -$M00 buys a choice of two good 7-room, 2-story modern frame houses, located on-east front lot near 40th and Hamilton SU. Very reasonable. Terms to good party. These are priced right and should sell quickly at this figure. 84,250 buys a 2-story, 7-room modern house, with garage, located on east front lot on 40th St., near Chicago St., with paving paid in full. Terms. $609 cash, balance 140 per month, including interest at 6 per cent.- Possession May 10. " NORTH SIDE HOMES. ' IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. This is a good 2-story, (-room modern house, finished in oak and white enamel, with oak floors throughout, newly painted and decorated. Located on large lot on Florence Blvd., 2 blocks from car line; running spring of water, on rear of lot. This is one of those deep lots fiicing west on Flor ence Blvd. which are in demand,- especially if one wants a good place for garden. Price (8,000. 1 Must be sold. This is a good 2-story, T-roont modertThouse. finished-ta. oak and quarter-sawed pine, located in Kountie Place, near 18th and Pinkney. Has living room, sun room,, dining room and kitchen, first floor, t bedrooms and bath, second. Price (4,760. Reasonable terms. $3,000 buys two 6-room cottages, modern except heat, always rented to good tenants, located on south front lot 86x100 feet, just east of 24th St., south of Ames Ave. A good investment. Must be sold. Want offer. ACRE TRACTS. . 6 acres, well improved, with a good 6-room modern house, barn, garage, t chick en houses, good well, bearing fruit of all kinds. Located in Florence. Beautiful view. Price (7,000. . 9.K acres, unimproved, on paved road, just north of Florence city limits. 2 fine building sites. Price (8,000. , 6 acres, improved, with new 2-storsv 6-room modern house, barn, chicken house, Summer buniraluw, good well, gasoline engine, reservoir, etc. 2Vi acres in cultivation. balance in fruit and pasture, with fine (9,000. Owner may consider 7 or 8-room, 2-story modern houee in good neighbor hood at actual cash value as part payment, worth not to exceed $6,600. GEORiGE & COMPANY, Douglas 756, REALTORS $02 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. AUTOMOBILES. Repairing and Painting. FORD chassis, fine condition; motorcycle side car, almost new. Goodwear Tire) and Garage Co., 17th, near Levenworth. Douglas -4700 EXPERT auto repairing; service car; day and night service. Good Wear Tire , Garage Co., 27th near Leavenworth. iougias 4uu F. P. BARNUM COw S12S Cuming. Doug. las H4 Hish grade automobile painting. . PERSONAL. THE SALVATION Army industrial Home solicits your old clothing, furniture, magaslnes. We collect We distribute. Phone Doug. 4125 and our wagon will call. Call and Inspect our new home. 1110-1112-1114 Dodge St. YOU NEED NOT BE WITHOUT trie Real Article. Make In your own home, tbe SHma aa the brewer or distiller can. Eight, valuable formulas, (1. Northern Dint. Co., Minneapolis. Minn. TOBACCO or snuft habit cured or no pay. (1 If cured. Remedy sent on trial. 8u perba Co. Wd. 117. Baltimore. Md. JAMES 11. HANLEY has reopened his law office, 1613-14 City National Bank Bldg. Telephone Douglas 1370 POULTRY AND PET STOCK. WE HAVE )a few Purebred S. C. White Leghorn hens at (1.75 each-t-018.00 per dozen. Barred Plymouth Rock and Rhode Island Red hens at (2.00 each. Also some male birds of these varieties at (3.00 each. These prices are for Im mediate selling. Red Feather Hatch 'ery. Phone Tyler 20. 2th and B etreets. FOR SALE Twelve pure-bred Buff Rock hens. Excellent stock; laying. (28.00. Too crowded cause of selling. Also Buff Rock eggs for hatching. (1.60 for 15. (8.60 per hundred. Mrs. R. W. Hicks, Sargent. Nebraska. ROSE-COMB Rhode Island Reds, dark red color, good type eggs. (2 and (3 per 16. W. O. Schorls, 480S North 42d St. Colfax 2823. THOROUGHBRED White Rock eggs. Fishel strain. (2 for 16, (S for 24, (5 for 48. Postpaid. Fine laying strain. Oslo Shrum. Fremont, Neb. ROHK Comb Rhode Island Red eggs for hatching. Hens -with baby chicks. Col fax 1041. - WHEAT screenings (2.00 per hundred. A W. Wagner, 801 N. ISth St., Doug. 1143. BEAUTIFUL long-haired kittens, finest stock. Three litters. Ben. 472. J FOR SALE Two fresh goats; also billy goat Call Olfax 2962. Horses Live Stock Vehicles. DON'T FORGET the big horse and mule auctions at stock yards stables next Wednesday. Expect s good run of choice farm mares, matched teams of farm chunks and one carload of farm mules S.iln starts at 10 o'clock. L C Gallup. Auctioneer. FOR SALE Stallions and Jacks, regis tered. Will sell on time. 3. 3. W lea endanger, Randolph, Kan. FOR SALE Two teams of mares, ( and T years old; well matched and sound; all good workers, right off the farm. Call at 817 South 23d St., one-half block south of Leavenworth. Notice to Farmers and. Teamsters: Twenty-five sets of double harness at less than cost; quitting business reason for low price. Call at residence, 2124 Lake street. FOR SALE: The best family-broke mare In Omaha, 1,100 pounds, cunningly built, young and sound, . light wagon and harness. 221J Dodge. . Harness, Saddles and Trunks. We Make Them Ourselves. ALFRED CORNISH ft CO.. 1210 Farnam. FOR SALE A nice little, young mare; welght near 1,100 lbs.; only (86. Also digger one. 2216 Dodge Bu FOR SALE A cow and a heifer. Call Walnut 3757. MONEY TO L'OAN. ORGANIZED by the Business Men of Omaha. FURNITURE, planoa and notes as security, (0. S mo., H. goods, total. (3 50. ' PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY. 431 Security Bldg.. ltith. ft Farptm. Ty. (( LOANS ON DIAMONDS, JEWELRY "AND 11. LIBERTY BONDS. OCT 1 2 f W. C. FLATAU, EST. ISM." 10 6TH FLR. SECURITY BLDG., TT. 60. LOWEST rates. Private loan booths. Harry Maleahock, 1614 Dodge, D. 661. Eat 1891. DIAMOND AND JBWELRT LOANS. bination of sun, sleeping porch and bedroom, being heated, and having enough windows to make it an, upstairs sunroom. Beauti- f ul tiled bathroom, solid base tub, pedestal lavatory. Third floor: Two rooms, completed, finished and heated; also storage space for trunks, etc. Basement: Excep tionally complete, and showing conclusively the grade of con struction. There is a brick wall - through the center of the base ment, dividing the furnace room ana iaunary, ana providing a brace or support 100 per cent ! stronger than the usual wood beam. Excellent vapor vacuum heating plant; Humphrey instan taneous gas heater: two vegetable and fruit rooms; play rooln for children; laundry tubs, etc. Brick garage for two cars. Beautiful . lawn. One of the most attractive homes in Dundee. Possession June 1. 1612 Farnam Street. shade trees. Located in Florence. Price FINAL i . e t . l . - ' " SjAlLE Minne Lusa Lots Opportunity is knocking at your door, and it is your last chance to buy in this wonderful addition. ' Had it not been for the check on-the sale of all property caused by the great war, the lots would have been sold out long ago. 692 Lots Sold 100 Lots Unsold We are going to sell the remaining 100 lots at the same old prices, in the next 30 days $600 TO $900 Look at the Others First Get Their Prices ... - - - T' Then come out and see these beauti ful lots, where a million dollars has . been put into HOMES all around them in the last three years. ' ALL have sewer mains, gas mains, water' 4 mains, sidewalks, shade trees, orna mental lighting system, perfect erade,;all of which is paid in full. -' TERMS ' ' ' $50 cash or Liberty Bond, and the balance .$10 to $15 per MONTH. Start a savings account NOW, by buying one of these lots. YOUR neighbors and friends have bought there, ask them. - . ; We are seljing them fast, and are starting 50 houses, to cost over $200 000. Come out today and see why others have bought. Sundays call Judson Van Doran, Colfax 2384; E. A. Hoisington, Colfax 3472, or M. O. Headley, Colfax 3482. r i Charles W. Martin & Co. . Realtors 742 Omaha Nat'l Bank LOTS Bldg. Tyler 187. COMMERCIAL GUIDE. Automobiles. M'CAFFRET MOTOR CO., 10th and How ard. Doug. (&00. Ford cars and repairs. Authorised agents for Ford cars. Auto Repairs. AMERICAN MACHINE WORKS, 110 & inn. u. 4581. Automobile work, cyl. bor ing, pistons fitted, auto parts made to order. Auto Painting. ROKSSIG, W. v., 144 8. 40th. liar. 1448. we mane oiq autos look like new ones. BERTSCHY MFG. ENC11NF.BRINO CO. S. S. Cor. 20th and flarney Sta, old parts made new, new parts made, too. D. G6S. Boiler Manufacturers. DRAKE WILLIAMS, MOUNT CO., Jld ana nicKory. u. lots. Mfrs. of boilers, tanks, smokestacks, oxy-acetylene weld. Auto Tires. TWO-IN-ONE VUI-CAN1ZINO CO., lilt Davenport at. Douglas 2lt. . Auto Tops and Trimmings. ENGLISH. HOS. F., 231 Harney. Doug las tint- satisfaction guaranteed, rne DcM is none Tao gooq Baggage and Transfer. OMAHA TRANSFER COMPANY "THE ONLY WAY." Telephone Doug. 295. Hth and Jackson. Banks. AMERICAN STATE BANK, 18tlf and Far. nam. Wead BJock. Phone Tyler 00. Cement Products. OMAHA CONCRETE STONE COMPANY, zstn Ave. ana Hanixr St. Colfax 85. Ice Machines. BAKER ICE MACHINE CO. mti ana wicnoias. j. u. Baker, free. Butter (Wholesaler). ALFALFA BUTTER CO., 130-24 N. 11th St. Doug. 3903. W. W. Richardson. Pres. Biscuit Manufacturers. ITEN BISCUIT CO., Capitol Ave., 12th to latn ui. Doug. snow Wlilto bakery. Mfrs. of cracker:, cakes and cookies. Attorneys. FI5HER, H., 1418 First Nat. Bank Bldg. d. i6. Attorney ana counsellor at law. GRAY A BRUMBAUGH, 213-14 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Red 3157. General prac tice lh stale and federal courts. FORD, TRANSFER CO., 817 Douglas St Tyler 8. "Always at your service. Cash Registers. MORRTL CASH AND CREDIT REQI8- ISTER CO., 210-211 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 4403. E. W. Hart. Pres. Doctors. CAMPBELL, DR. S. M., Physician and Surgeon, 1804 Farnam St. Douglas 1220. Electrical Goods. LE BRON ELECTRICAL WORKS 318 S. 12th. Douglas 2176. Largest elec trics repair works and contracting com puny In the middle west. Dry Goods (Wholesale). BYRNE & HAMMER DRY GOODS CO., 9th and Howard Sts. Douglas 206. Cloaks, suits, ladles' and men's furnishings, art goods, millinery and draperies; all kinds of fancy and staple Dry Goods. Electrolysis. Superfluous hair removed, electricity; needle work guaranteed. Mis Allenaer, ' 024 Bee Bldg. Hardware . PETERSON & MICHELSON HARDWARE Co.. 4916-18 S' 24th St. South Side. Phone South 171. Chiropractors. 10TH YEAR IN OMAHA; fired out of Continental Blk.; new location, 4S4-4SS Brandels Th. Bldg. Dr. L. N. Carpen ter. D. 381. Engineers, Consulting & Supervising HENN1NGTON ENGINEERING Company, 12th and Harney streets. Douglas BZ29. Skilled municipal Improvement en gineers, sewer, paving, electric light, waterworks, appraisals, reports. ANDERSON & BENNETT, 14 Bee Bldg., Douglas 1430. Heating, ventilating ana power plants. Engineers and draftsmen. Foundries (Iron and Brass). PAXTON-M ITCH ELL CO., 2614 Martha at Harney 1661. Machine, gray iron, brass, bronze and aluminum castings. OLSEN 4 SCHLINGER, 1407 Jackson. D. 7491. Brass, bronze and aluminum cast ings Ice. OMAHA ICE AND COLD STQBAOE CO., McCague Blk., ISth and Dodge, Douglas 664. Wholesale and retail lefe Live Stock Commission. ROSENSTOCK BROS., 126 Exchange Bldg., Omaha. Stockers and feeders our specialty. Mirrors and Resilvering. OMAHA MIRROR AND ART GLASS CO., Douglas 6625. 1614 Cuming St. Patent Attorneys. PATENTS procured, boueht and sold, tn ternt'l. Patent Co., 683 Brandels. D. 0691, Stationery and Supplies. OMAHA STATIONERY CO.. THE, 307- -nn r. n . X 1 Y A 1 . dftE l"l , ,1 OV9 0. Bevemeeiiiii, uuusian ovu. io, typewriter, architects' and engineers' supplies. ijooae-mai ucvu-cp Tank Manufacturers. NEBRASKA & IOWA STEEL TANK CO., 1301 Williams Ave. Webster 278. Printers' Supplies. BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER, 1114 Howard 8t Douglas 1076. . Printers' supplies Pleating and Buttons. VAN ARNAM'S DRESS, PLEATING, HEMSTITCHING AND BUTTON CO., D. 8109. Rms. 336-87 Paxton Blk. 3d floor. Printers. - OMAHA PRINTING CO., 13th and Far nam. Douglas 346. Printing, stationery and office furniture. Packers. CUDAHY PACKING CO., South 2340, South Omaha. School Furniture and Supplies. OMAHA SCHOOL SUPPLY CO., 1108-13 Nlcnoias St. Douglas iu. "Evervtning ror scnoois. DOUGLAS PRINTING CO., 109-11 N. 18th. Douglas 644. Fine commercial printing. EDDY PRINTING CO., 322 Bee Bldg., Douglas 8647. Fine commercial printing. Tin and Sheet Metal Works CARTER SHEET METAL CO., 108-10-12 S. 10th St. Douglas ouz. sKyiignta. ic i ceilings ana gaivamzpq miceia Paints, Oils and Glass. BARKER BROS. PAINT CO., Douglas 4750. 1 1609 H Farnam St. Undertakers. HULSE & RIEPEN, 701 8. 16th. D. 1226. Undertakers and embalmers. Personal attention given to all calls and funerals. HEAFEY & HEAFEY. 2611 Farnam. Har ney 265. Undertakers and embalmers. CROSBY WILLIS C, 2511-13 N. 24th St. Phone Webster 47. Council Bluffs Directory. Coal and Ice. Phone 2860. Caterers to heat and cold. DODGE ELEVATOR CO., 520 Pearl St. LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed Proposals are Invited and will be recolved by the Village Clerk ot the Vil lage of Ralston up to 8 p. m. Wednesday, April 30, 1919, for Improvement Districts Nos. 2, 3, 4. 6 and 6. Said Improvements consist oi -mo iuiiu.h'o. - said village, from the center line of Main to the center line oi nnuiu, i.anY.uU, Street from the center, line of 77th to cen ter lino of 76th Street; 75th Street from the center line of Main to the center line of OSkwood; May wood Street, from Main Street to 80th Street; 79th Street from Oakwood to State Street; State Street from 79th Street to Miller Avenue. Bids for such improvements must be made upon limestone, concrete, granite concrote. bitumlous macadam, asphalt con crete, brick block and macadam. In ac cordance with plans and specifications for same, now on file In the office of the- Vil lage Engineer? Harry A. Nelson, 424 Bee Building, Omaha. Said bids covering paving, curbing and park guttering,. In ecordanoe with plans and specifications Hie with the Village Engineer. . u , Propoxate shull be made separately upon each separate paving district, and shall be sealed and marked "Proposal for Paving and Curhlng Street Improvement District NOII Zf -T I an ' -- aiw - " shail be addressed to the Village Clerk of the Vliiuge oi niuBiu", ; k. -". must be accompanied by a certified check, payable to Village of Ralston, for $100, . , , taitln that Pillltru l will be entered Into, should award be made thereon, ana wnuu tra. "j consldrea as iiiiiuu -.. , . shall be forfeited to the Village of Ralston If said proposal m auuciiit-u uu fail to enter Into contract as prepared by City Engineer, and under which proposal was mnoe. The Board of Trustees reserve the right to reject any snd all bids. Copies of ordinances passed by Chairman and Hourd of Trustees, covering eaeh of the above improvement districts, may be seen at the office of the Village Cleric, Village of Ralston. x n'ted Ralston, Nebraska, April 2.1. 11. (Signed) BOARD OF TRUSTEES. ' Village' of Ralston. , A28-27-28-28, J. F. GODWIN. Make a "Resolution Today . To Own a Home . This ad appeared last Sunday. Seven families have started this week by each buying a lot. There are two reasons why you should buy one of these lots. First,.-they are located right and have all improvements in. Second, they are priced right, really below value. Look these over. Two lots between 25th avenue and 26th street, on Pinkney street; south front, on paved street. $800 each. Four sold next to these last week. . ; One lot, west of 27th street, south front, on Pinkney street. Street paved. Price, $650. y. " ; . Two lots on 30th and Saratoga streets, paving and im provements in. Price, each $400. ' '7 . One lot on Saratoga, just west of 41st street, 455x125 feetv Price, $400. v - One block on Grand avenue and 38th street, on paved street. Price, $400 to $650. ' One lot just south of Deer Park Blvd., on 17th street. $450. . .: v i .r:; Now is the time to buy, while prices are low. See us, TRAVER BROS.1 ' Douglas 6886. 50 ACRES Just west of Fairacres,von the next range of hills, 5 miles straight v . west of Sixteenth and Farnam Sts., : "through Omaha's finest homes. High nd sightly, wonderful view. 40 THOUSAND DOLLARS .will. buy it, about cashbalance 4 ., years, 6; don't hesitate on this, : SEE it today. :: Sundays call: Judson Van Doran, Colfax 2384. E. A. Hoisington, Colfax 3472. ' M; O. Headley, Colfax 3482. . Charles W. Martin & Co. : REALTORS 742 Omaha Nat'J Bank Bldg. Tyler 187. GEN. PERSHING ATTENDS A. E, F. G HAMPIONSHIPS Great Assemblage of Military, Naval and Civilian Officials See Final Bouts of Tourney; Babe Asher Wins. Paris. April 26. The srrcat- est assemblage o American military, naval and civilian officials probably ever seen at a boxing match gather ed at the Cirque De Paris tonight to witness the final bouts of trie Amer ican expeditionary force boxing championships. The finals had been postponed in order to permit General Pershing to attend. In addition to the commander-in-chief Major General Har- bord, Admiral Benson, Herbert C. Hoover, Henry White and Brigadier Generals Fiske, Brewster, McKin stry, O'Connor and Duncan were oresent. The. program called for six 10-N round championship battles. In the bantamweight "Babe" Asher of De troit was to meet George Shreiber of Philadelphia; John Pundy of Pittsburgh whs the championship of the featherweight class without a fight as his opponent, Tommy Gherity, sailed for home. The winners of the "Bushy" Graham-Lee Patterson lightweight fight and the Fay Kaiser-Bob Martin heavyweight clash, it is announced, will contest for a $5,000 purse at the Willard-Dempsey champion ship battle against two opponents who will be picked by Colonel John son, the athletic director for the American expeditionary fortes, after elimination bouts. Graham comes from Brooklyn, Patterson from Jop lin, Mo.; Kaiser from Pittsburgh, and Martin from New York. The other bouts will be: Welter weights. Johnny Summers cf Brook lvn vs. William Kleck of New Or leans; middleweights. Johnny Clark otNewYork vs William Walters of Philadelphia; light heavyweigh, Eugene Tunny vs. Ded Jamieson of Milwaukee. "Babe" Asher of Detroit won tin bantamweight championship of the American expeditionary forces to night by knocking out Geors;e Schrciber of Philadelphia, iu the seventh roud. . 819 First Natl. Bank Bldg. v Murphy-Did-Its Tackle Longeways' in Bluffs This Afternoon at 3:30 Across the muddy Missouri this afternoon a fast and -hard fought,, contest is expected when the Murphy-Did-Its and the Longeways of Council Bluffs will clash. The game will start at 3:30 o'clock. This will mark the initial game for .both teams and also the first" game of the 1919 season between the class A clubs. Considerable rivalry exists between them. Both teams are members of the Greater Omaha league. Mayor Zurmerhlen of Council, Bluffs will pitch the first ball and John M. Henry -will try and receive it. Steymestzs Stevenson, president of the school board, will be the batter, while Bill Keeline, president of the Chamber of Commerce, will be seen at the initial sack. Six Crews Entered In Seine River Rowing Regatta Paris, April 26. (By Associated. Press.) Six crews are entered for the international rowing regatta on the Seine Sunday afternoon for the trophy offered by the-Rowing club of, France. The Australian crew has withdrawn, leaving France, Por tugal, New Foundland and New Zeal and, and also Alsace Lorraine and . America to try their speed from the Port Royal to the Alma Bridge, a distance of about one mile and a half. ' i Next to Portugal the merican expeditionary force has the lightest crew on the river, but the Ameri cans have the advantage in height -the average being 6 feet, or tw . inches more than the New Zealand crew, which comes next, 1 s College Base Ball. ' ' Annapolis. Mil .Navy, I; Bw.thmor. .1, (eleven lnntngn). Mndlson, Win., April !. Wl.ron.ln lost to ChlcHRo 4 to 2 In th openlnf w.atcrn ennferenr. ha, ball pram. her. to1ay, Errora contributed to all th acorlnf. WW- ' cnrisln getting only two bits and Chicago three. . , ' Ann Arbor, Mich., April Mfchlga , . defeated Indiana 4 to at baaeball to dxy. Parka allowed the vlaltora but on hit and atrurk out 17 batamen, 10 la th first (our Innings. Score; ' R. ,H. B. TndUna , g Mlrhlnnn ( f Bntterlea: Kunkl and DeJIi; Parka and Huber. SUNDAY SPORTS ... , ' Bee Want Ads pay big profUft Q the people who read then T. VI VI i' ,4