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THE BEE: OMAttA. MONDAY. JANUAKY 1U, 1U21.
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lAc per line per day, 7 comccuilvt days
lie) per line per duy. SO consecutive dns.
No ada taken for a than a Intal of 3io.
These raws apply either to the Datly
er Sunday Bee. All advertisements ep
par In both morning and availing dally
papera for the ona charge.
CONTRACT KATES ON
APPLICATION.
Want ada accept! at tli rollowir.g of
fices: MAIN OFFICE. .....17th and Farnam Ms
South Side i.t IS IS N St.
Council Bluffs 16 S.-oU 8t.
WANT ADS HKCKIVED BY PHONIC AT
TYl.EK luOo.
1 HE BEK will imt bo responsible for
mora than one Incorrect Insertion of an
advertisement ordered for mora than ona
' CLOSING HOURS FOR WANT APS.
F.vantng Kdltlon H - M.
Morning Kdltlon 00
S'inday Edition 9:00 P. M,. Saturday
DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
HOBART Charles M., pioneer commer
cial photographer of Omaha, passed
away suddenly Saturday, .lanuary 8.
Mr. Hobart was well known to many
business men of Omaha, having beer
In business here for the past 26 rears.
Service Monday at 2:30 p. m. from tha
Brirkct chapel. Interment at Mar
seilles. 1M.
DAHLltKRU John H Oas street,
born March. 1810: Uleil. January 8. 19-1.
aacd 80 years. 10 months.
Funernl Tuesdav afternoon, January
11, at 2 p. ni.. from the residence to
Forest T.awn cemetery.
FA TT K ISO NN el M e Shcely, died Satur
day. Jan. S.
Funerii Monday at 3:30 p. m. Services
at 6eotllsh Rite cathedral,
"FUNERAL directors.
STACK & FALCONER
OMAHA'S BEST
5bbro A MBUL ANCE m
Thirty-third and Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
' PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
T01 South liith St, PouKlna 12-"-
TTEAFEY- & HEAFEY,
Undertakers and Kmbalniera.
Phone H. 805. Office- 2611 Farnam.
FOR AMBULANCE call South 680. Korlsko
Funeral Home, 23d and O Sts.
FLORISTS.
LEE L. LARMON
Fontenella
Florist
1814 Douglas St.
" Douglas 8244.
JOHN BATH. 18th and Farnam. 1) 8000.
L. Henderson. 1518 Farnam. Douglas 1248.
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
FOR ARTICLES LOST on eu-eet cara tele-
nhnn Tvl.. BOO W r 'anxiOUS tO TO-
, store loat articles to rightful owners.
company.
PERSONAL.
XHB SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magaxlnes. We collect. We distribute
Phona Doug 4186 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home,
1110-1112-1114 Podge St.
PATENT ATTORNEYS.
J. W. MARTIN, patent atty.. 1 71 8 Dodge.
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVK
AGENCY, Incorporated. Douglas HOT.
' Arlington Block. Omaha. NebM
BAY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
A SWOHODA." 1415 FARNAM STREET.
KENT Hoover vacuum cleaner, months,
IS; delivered ones a month. Wal. 1847.
WEAVING, oH rugs remade. Ty. 1483.
t' M AS8AOE 21fl North Seventeeht St.
"-' FwEPISH manage.. 318 Neville Block.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Dancing Academies.
KEEP'S HOTEL HOHH.
Lot Keep's teach you to dance. Be
ginners' classes. Mondays and Wednes
day!, 8:45 to 12: advance class, Tues
day, 8 to 8:46; assembly dances, Tuea
day, Thursday and Saturday, 8:45 to 12.
Children class Saturday, 1:20 to t. Pri
vate lessons by appointment.
Phono Doug. 2581. Harney 2792.
XTsi Pino School for Dancing. 242
XVClTJTlHv; Farnam. Poug. 1858. .
Detectives.
.BEL1A1JI.E Detective . Bureau, Rallwgy
El. Hldff. uoug. iuatt.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evldenco
eecured In nil cases. Tyler 1136.
Hemstitching: and Pleating.
Neb. .Pleating ft Button Co., 1806 Farnam
St. Doug. fi70.
Miscellaneous Announcements.
OMAHA PILLOW COMPANY. Mattresses
made over in new ticks' at half price of
new beds. Pillow renovated and mede
up In new feather-proof ticking. 1907
DIAMONDS Sfc VAZ
laa 4
SAFKTT raior blades sharpened, new ra
sTirs. rs7or blades sold. Omaha Rar.or
Sharpening Co.. 1622H Podge. 103 N...t
FULL drees su'.tt and ?l0 for ren'.
109 N. Hth St.. Johnjrejdman. P. 3138.
w."si urrrmr.T.T. ffl.
ITth and Martha Sts., Omaha. No.
Brass, bronne, aluminum and machine
gray Iron cast.ngs.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlalto Drug Stors. lBth
ano uougias ot"
FILMS developed: printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. Tha Enalgn Co.. 1307
tiowarn ns.
OMAHA WELDING CO. "The C"f'
tx-io " ,15th and Jackson.. D. 4317.
,Omaha Towel Supply. 207 .S-l.bPjii
WALLS cleaned. Gnver. C9jja33j8
FOR SALE.
Furniture and Household Goods.
M AH. piano bench, like new. Har
6063.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
A. HQSPE CO.
Pianos for rent.
Everything In
art and music
Dr.OIS. traps, marimbas, inatruct.ons, re
pairing. Phone Harney 29.. Geo. A.
Smith. 2781 Davenport 8'.
Typewriters nnd Supplits.
TYPEWRITERS
ADDING MACHINES.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
Get our price befora you buy. Every
machine guaranteed.
Central Typewriter Exc.
" Douglas 4120. 1912 Fnrnam.
PKOTECTOORAPHS. F. 6 li's; bargains.
S20 Neville Bldg. '
HOLTON special tromtone (new), satin
finish, gold bell. 375. Colfax 0512.
Miscellaneous Articles.
"SEWING MACHINES
W rent, repair, sell needles snd parts.
15th and Harney.
IXoglaa 197S.
6URE and safe Investment, city warrants
to pay yoa io per tcui, i.'lvpm
' $500 and 11.000 amounts. E. G. Solomon,
517 Karoacn mag, wm'" -. x
AVE buy. sell safes, make desks, show
f cases, etc. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co.
IJ. . I. Of. L wiiw "
"DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS.
mat crt - T" A VT CV
n BF.CURITIES BLDG. TY. 28i.
RED RIVER early Ohio potatoes. 81.56
ne'r bushel, delired. James Anderson,
iw . ,.....- r'Airav i r. h s
. A-I shape, all attachments, east-nable.
phone colrax
CORN GRINDER, reasonable, never been
used. 4413 No, Im Bi. or puoiie -o.
fax 2369
O A 17 IPC! BARGAINS. 12th ft Farnam.
OAJf JElO J. J. Darlght Safe Co.
ORGANDY flovTirorjle. VaL0tel7.
"wantelTto buy.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
' New desks, uscfl desks bought, sold atM
traded. J. c Keen. . -
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
'urnllure. Ty. 269A, A. Zavett. 706 N. 16.
WANT 10 buy Ford roadster body with
, . ion and windshield. . Webster 6-H.
SITUATIONS WANTED.
Mate.
HAULING ashes. 12 a tnb. Wal. 36U.
, , Laundry and Day Work
"HONE yeur ad In to The Bee. ft aaves
i time. Call Tyler 1000 and ask for the
.. Want Ad Dept.
AX wory .wasted, jtarney J HOI.
BRINGING UP
L -ynTScs- J -I
SITUATIONS WANTED.
Laundry and Day Work.
IRONING, cleaning, daywork. or laundry,
exDerleneed colored lady. Webster 63P3.
DAY WORK by experienced lady, or work
as JanUresa. Competent. South 441. ' .
BUNDLE washing, to take home, flrat-
class Isundreas. Tyler
PLAIN sewing done by day at S370
South 32d Ave.
DATWOHK, experienced colored lady.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Webster 4391..
F1RST-CLAS8 laundress. Webster 3973.
PUNDLE washing called for, del. Col.
DAY work, cleaning. Ironing. Web. 6023.
LAUNDRESS wants day work. Wob. 1308.
DAYWORK, any kind. Exp. Web. 4425,
DAYWORK, cleaning, oxp. Weh, 1977. t
DAY work wanted. Colored. H. 7026.-
P AY work, ox p. Colored. Web. SS20.
PAY work wanted. Webster 6631.
DAYWORK wanted. Harney 7012.
SMALL bundle-weshings. exp., H. 7320.
1st class laundry. Web. 1877.
1st class laundress, ref. Web. 6308.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Omces.
WANTED Experienced grain man for
Nebraska branch office who can buy
any merchandise grain in carload lots.
Box Y-198S. Omaha Bee. -
Salesmen and Solicitors.
LARGE manufacturer wants men to open
branch offices' and manage salesmen.
.300 to $1,500 necessaiy. Exciuslvu
rights, patented article, money-making
possibilities unlimited. Pay your -x-penses
to Dallas if you qualify. Address
Box 1511. Pallas, Tex.
SALESMAN WANTED Well . equipped
salesman to call on physicians, etc. A
vory exceptional opportunity la offered
for Immediate work. State age and ex
perience. Box 121, Philadelphia.
WANTED An experienced salesman ' to
represent us In Nebraska. We manu
facture a complete line of suitcases,
trunks and bags. Puro Trunk & Bag
Co.. St. Joseph, Mo.
SPECIALTY" salesmen wanted, in silver
ware, rugs and blankets. Can use a
couple of good men, out of town work.
C. V. Adams Co:, 623 So. lth.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Experienced white cook for
downstairs work only. ' No washing;
two adults, two children end nurse in
family; good home; good wafres. Mrs.
F. L. Pevereux, 1700 S. 32d Ave. Har
ney 0670.
GTRL9 I
Watch the Domestic Column of Ths
Be Want Ads. Good, well-paid and
homelike places always advertised.
COMPETENT white girl . for tfener!
house work;, no laundry, lit North
' 28th Ave. -v
COMPETENT plain cook at pnee. Mrs.
Charles K. Hannon, 80E South. Second
avenue. Council Bluffs, ' la.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED Experienced vegetable girl In
kitchen. Apply chef, Omaha Athletic
club, 1714 Douglas St.
Miscellaneous.
WANTED.
10 GIRLS
BETWEEN AGES OF IT AND
24 YEARS.
8TH GRADE EDUCATION OR BETTER.
APPLY
ROOM 814, NEW TELEPHONE BLD9.,
.19TH AND DOt'GLAS STREETS. .
HELP WANTED.
Male and Female
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; mg demand;, wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Podge St. Tri-Clty Barber College
3186 MONTH. Hundreds railway mall
clerks. Omaha examinations Jan. 'ID.
Sample questions free. Franklin Insti
tute. Dept. 228-K, Rochester, N. Y.
EDUCATIONAL.
. DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL. v
Complete courses in accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comtumetry, short
hand and typewriting, railroad and wire
less telegtaphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches. Write,
call or phone Pouglas 156S for large
illustrated catalog. Ad.'.rets
BOYLES COLLEGE,
' Boytes Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Van Sant School of Business.
Pay and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Pouglaa 6890.
HIGH school students, tutored In all
subjects. 415 N. 40th. Harney 2949.
LESSONS given on -Ukulele. Ty. 4843.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
TO GET In or out of business, ee LEWIS
Co., 41kttcCague Bldg.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Furnished Rooms.
ARE TOU LOOKING FOR BOOMS
Or have rou plunned on making a
change, which will be more, convenient
for you. If ao, then call The Bea Want
Ad Dept., Tyler 1000, and we will not
only furnish you with a complete room
list of cho'ce vacant rooms in Omana.
but also keep your number on our "Want
i to Rent" list for further reference In case
you wanted to make another change.
These lists are absolutely free of charge
' to all reader and advertisers of The
Omaha Bee and published solely for
their convenience and benefit. Call any
time. Tyler 1000. Want Ad Dept.
SINGLE rooms for-men only, running hot
and cold water, steam teat. Within
walking distance. Browu Bachelor
Apts., 608 N. 21st. Doug. 6844.
SINGLE and double rooms for men only,
running hot and cold water,-steam heat,
walking distance. Brown Apts., EOS N.
21st. Douglas 6644.
LARGE furnished room, well heated, bath
adjoining, modern, private, Farnam car
line; suitable far 1 or 2 gentlemen.
llmirlftji 9209
COZY room for . to teachers or
business women, who are willing to stay
with child few evenings each week: ref
erences. Harney 6914.
SOUTH room private entrance, large
enough for 2 young men. Steam heat
room, always warm. 140 for V 130 for
1, 1S09-8O. 32d.
COLONNADE. 2474 Harney St.. furnished
rooms with lavatory, steam heat. Doug
las 4913.
PERMANENT home, room and board for
one gentleman, nice cozy rooms, strictly
modern. Call Colfax 0639. '
BEAUTIFULLY furnished large front
room, suitable for two, on car Una
Har. 7378. -
BEAUTIFULLY furn. rm. In strictly mod.
prlv. home, near. car line. Har. 1913.
4 ROOMS furnished or unfurnished, well
heated. Call Walnut 6848, Benson Cafe.
1911 FARNAM Connecting front living
and bedroom, steam healed flat for gents
or couple, also single room.
FURNISHED rooms In modern flat: walk
. lng distance. Call at 614 North 21st
or pnone Dougiaa ssfiz.
ATTRACTIVE south room, gentlemen
prcrerred; references. Harney 2BII un
til 4 o'clock.
NICELY furnished room with private
family Hi) 8. istn Ave. Har. itii
2F1S Jones St. Desirable room. pi'ivue
, i . 1 1 1 1 . . i-.ii m ..i. mvw'i.
SLEEPING roosi, 1041,3. 2Stb St. liar-
near aos
FATHER
DO NtU
Think fttrRE
THE ONLY
EE)
iprrTA
ONE Tha.t'5
MARR1EP .
FOR RENT ROOMS.
T
Furnished Rooms,
FURNISHED tind unfumlshtd rooms, also
garage sp.tve, 3026 Davenport, liar. 0203.
ATTRACTIVE south room, gentleman pre
ferreed; breakfast If dealred. Wal. 1313.
3220 PRATT Comfortable rn. for emp.
married couple or 2 ladles. Web. 6267.
1 OR 3 rooms, private, close to-car: ga
rage. 3117 Lincoln Blvd. Har. 6984.
MODERN furnished room, 2 gentlemen,
or couple employed. Colfax 2127
102 S. 41st -Nice large front room for 2
. young men; references. Har. 4112. L
NICE warm room for 1 or 2 gentlemen.
Call Har. 5291.
ATTRACTIVE southeast room, rrodern
home, best of car service. Walnut 3319.
DESIRABLE room. Apply The- Stei-llns.
phono, Tyler 0409.
HEATED furnished rooms for rent down
town district. Call Douglas 802 .
2316 PINKNEY Two warm south front
rooms, modern, near car, fine location.
266? Bt. Mary ave., 2 furnished frlodern
whrm front rooms. Pff. 4433.
NICE, clean, pleasant room In nice loca
tion. 702 S. 29th St. Har. 373T.
1720 DOPGE Furnished rooms, modern.
SLEEPING rm., 1041 3. 29th. Har. 736j.
THREE rooms, heat. 31(1 week. Wal. 6237
LARGE south front room. Wa!. 8183.
3 SLEEPING rooms. 2613 Mason St.
NICELY-furnished room. Webster, 416H
Housekeeping Rooms.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS IN CITY. WE HAVH
THE. BEST IN CITY. CALL TYLER
1000. WANT AD. ASK ABOUT -OUR
BEK ROOM LIST. PUBLISHED EVERY
WEEK FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF OUR ADVERTISER
AND READERS. - TILEH 1000. WANT
AD.
NEATLY furnished room for light house-
Keeping; also Bleeping room. iu et,
29th St. Har. 7866.
2223 Pratt Comfortable room for employ
ed, married couple, or 2 ladles. eb
ster C267.
FURNISHED light housekeeping roomy,
walking atstance, on car line. Doug.
8304.
TWO furnished rooms, part linen, gas
and electricity furnished. sis montn.
Walnut- 4280.
-ml Davenport St., 2 modern. bright
rooms, range, heat, electric Rights. Har
ney 4988.
S20 SOUTH 26TH STREET, one two-room
apartment for light housekeeping.
TWO large rooms and kitchenette. Web-
iter 1069. Kountze Place.
117 N. 23D ST., two largo -housekeeping
rooms, Btrictly private.
ROOMS, everything furnished. 2204
Maple St.
SMALL housekeeping rooms. Doug. 4688.
1720 DOPGE Housekeeping rms. for rent.
4713 PAVENPORT. 3 housekeeping rooms.
NEATLY fur. hskkpg rm. Harney 736d.
4718 Pavenport. 3 housekeeping rooms.
T WO Bleeping rooms. Webster 6205. f
SLEEPING rooms. 114 No. 18 St. ! V
Board and Rooms.
r'CR CHOICE BOARD AND RM. WATCH
THE BEE WANT ADS, AND IF YOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN
THE WANT,. COLUMN CALL TY. 1000
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
LIST OF ROOMS.
HOME LIKE furnished double room, suit
able for 2. with board, ?10. , Har. 2129.
NICE south front room for two ladles or
couple employed: two meals. Har. 1313.
NICE room with board for two gentle
men, also slttglo room. Pouglas 4669.
WILL board and room two children, pri
vate home: reasonable, wal. 1273.
ROOM and board In private home for
lady; close to car. Web. 6629.
ROOM and board for two gentlemen.
North Side. Webster 6339.
EOARPING school for children over 4
years of age. Har. 2949.
2726 SO. 19TH ST. Nice front rooms, good
board. Call Tyler 6940. ,
915 S. 20th In' rear, ona or two rooms.
walking distance: reasonable. Dg. 634!.
ROOM and board in private family; nice
part of town; reasonable. Kouth 2258.
Unfurnished Rooms.
TWO unfurnished rooms on bath, floor,
inuuein exvepi ueai; reasuiiuoie. weu.
1438. .
TWO . unfurnlahed housekeeping rooms,
Webster 6205.
TWO unfurnished rooms, good neigh
borhood; no children. $15. Wat. 1150,
ONE basement room, reasonable. Pg. 6349,
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Furnished.
3 ROOMS, two acres, 34th and Poppleton
avenue, sis.
5 rooms, all modern, 232 Ida street,
JSO.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
17th and Farnam Sta. Tyler 0644.
Unfurnished.
1506 SO. 32nd 14-room, all modern,
steam heat. Elmer Neville, SOS Ne
ville block, Pouglas 2454.
FIVE-ROOM house for rent. Call eve
nings. Pouglaa 3330.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
Furnished.
THE EL-BEUDOR.
Dodge, at 18th Street
Tyler 4200
Omaha's Newest and Finest Ex
clusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
Future Occupancy.
FOR RENT A sunny, six-room apart
ment, furnished. Harney 6023.
Unfurnished.
5 ROOMS, Mount Vernon, 624 South 31st
street, 1106.
5 rooms, Ardmore Terrace, 49th and
California streets, $125. .
5 rooms. Mount Vernon, 62 4 South
31st street, 8140.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
Tyler 0544.
3 7th and Farnam Sts.
TADOUSAC
APARTMENTS
i Located on 38th Avenue, be
tween Farnam and Dewev Avenue;
Omaha's finest and newest apart
ment building; suites of three, four
and five rooms; in Omaha's most
exclusive residence distrfct. Prices
$100 to $150. Building now ready
for occupancy.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co..
1 Realtors.
1016 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
. Douglas 2715.
A f-ROOM apartment In qrle of Oma
ha's nicest buildings, the Ardmore Ten
race in Dundee at 49th and California
Street. Rent, $126.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
Tyler 0644. 17th and Farnam Sts.
8 ROOMS, 70S4 North 16th street. $15.
PETERS TRUSI COMPANY
Tyler 0644. I7th anil Varnam ts
Peters Trust Companj,
Specialists to apartment njanagemet.t.
Registered
L', S. Patent Office.
AriO I HAVF .
I vish
AGREED TO
MY WIFE
and i coat)
OWORCE
FOR RENT Business Property.
SUITE of very desirable second-story of
fices for huI) lease. Phone Doug. 8714.
ebfTd7 w1sap731o s. isth st.
WANTED TO RENT.
Business Property.
WANT to rent small store suitable for
soft drink parlor. . Address Box R-909,
omana Bee,
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY am? van CO.
STORAGE. MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOOPS ANP PIANOS
REASONABLE BATES.
FREE REN"IAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AN D A PARTMENTS,
Kth and Jackson Sts. Douglas 0283.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE.
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
Separate locked rooma for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
shipping.
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
808 South 16th. Doug. 4188.
METROPOLITAN
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by II. R. Bowen Co. Tyler $400.
GLOBE VAN. TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO.
For real service1 in hauling or stor
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4381.
Auto or wagon service.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and storage, 1605 Davenport. Doug. 2908.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
FOH SALE Fresh mlloh cow. Col. 4625.
FARM LANDS.
Kansas Lands.
EIGHTY acrns, mile town, house, barn,
40x60 out bldg., 25 pasture, 14 alfalfa,
i timothy meadows, 25 wheat, town
school; possession; price $100 per acre;
terms. P. H. Atchison. Waverly, Kan.
Wisconsin Lands.
l.ANPOLOGY special number Just out,
containing 1921 facts of clover land In
Marlnetto county, Wisconsin. If afor
s home or as an investment you re
thinking of buying goid farm lands
where farmers grow rich, send at once
for this special number of Landolngy.
It Is free on request. Address 8kld-more-Rlehle
Land Co., 433 Skldmore
Klehle Bldg.. Marinette. Wis.
FINANCIAL.
Real Estate Loans
WANT $40,000, 10 ysars first mortgage
on 363 acres black, level, second bottom
land land, all tillable, well Improved,
mile to station in N. W. Missouri, near
Iowa line. Address Box Y-1,386, Omaha
Bee. -
WE have cash on band to loan on Omaha
residences.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.,
538 Kecltne Bldg.
I HAVE two real estate mortgages, one
for $2,600 and one tor $2,000 to net pur
chaser ten per cent. Security ample.
H. M. Eaton, phone Walnut 1414.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Ooug. 271$.
I OFFER eastern Nebraska farm loans,
tax empt, rates 6 to 7 .percent. Paui
Peterson, 264 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
I MAKE farm loans, eastern Nebraska,
lowest rate, best option. Paul Peterson,
364 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
WANTED Loan of $10,000 on 80 acres
fully improved Irrigated land; give
bonus of $300. Box Y-I387, Omaha Bee.
$100 to $19,000 mad promptly.
F. D. WEAD, Wead Bldg.. 310 8. 18th St.
PROMPT service! reasonable rates, private
money. Garvin Bros. 84S Omaha Nat.
Miscellaneous.
WE will buy a small amount of Martel
gas and oil stock. The Bankers Invest
ment Trust, 906-6-7.- Pioneer Bldg., St.
Paul, ' Minnesota.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
We have some splendid 1919
newly painted Fords for sale, cash
or terms. Try one and you'll buy
it.
Drive It Yourself Co.,
1314 Howard St. Doug. 3622.
DODGE SEDAN. BUMPERS
FRONT AND REAR, AND
OTHER EXTRAS. LISE NEW,
$1,050.
AUTO EXCHANGE,
2204 Farnam. Dour. 6031.
Rebuilt Truck Bargains
1- ton White, like new, good tires, ex
traordinary value. Guaranteed.
2- ton Republic, completely over
hauled, new tires, good body and cab,
1-ton Republic, new cushion tires, A-l
condition. Only $445.
Nebraska White,
REBUILT TRUCKS ARE DEPENPABLE
Tyler 3436. 1411 Capitol Ave.
WHY PRIVE
AN LD FORD
WHEN $1 PER DAY
WILL. BUY A NEW FORD?
Will trade your old Ford toward the
down payment of a new, , self-starter
equipped touring car. The condition of
your old Ford no object. The older they
are tho better we like them. Don't de
lay, but come, in today and get our lib
eral exchange proposition.
M'CAFFREY MOTOR CO.,
15TH ANP JACKSON STS.
DOUG, 3600.
1918 CHALMERS TOURING.
IN FINE MECHANICAL CONOITION.
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE.
CALL TYLER 0027.
OAKLAND Pansiblo Six.
MARSH-OAKLAND CO.
20th and Harney Sts.
ONE new truck. 6 new tires, closed cab,
large stock body: $600 cash. Owner
leav!n g clty1 Colf ax 24 1 6.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-Chalmers 7-pas-senger,
fine shape. Call South 3343
alter 7 p. m.
SOME bargains in used Ford csrs. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, 15th and Jackaon, Doug
Ins ?500. .
ttUT OVERLAND roadster. $60 down.
balance easy payments. Twenty other
THAf"VF.n AUTO CO., 2210 Farnam St.
2fc, OR 3-TON dump 'truck, with Wood'n
hoist, for sale very reasonable. For
particulars call Tyler 1976 or Web. 622(1.
1919 Scrlpps-Bonth, wire wheel, roadster.
Call owner. Tyler 1600 evening, or Ty
ler 1369 day time.
THE PIXIE FLYER,
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOS COilPANT,
262U Farnam St.
H"iUe-. tm r JW
r i ah i i -s r r
SEE J1CGS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
OWST think My wire says
! HAVE NO LOVE TOR NATURE ,
OR THE BEAUTIFUL.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
FORD Roadster In fine shape, for -r.le
reasonable. Address Box XXX, Omaha
Bee.
rt'RD coupe, six months old, with extrar;
excellent condition; $576, rart , cash.
Call Monday, Tyler 2469.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
WRITE for our list of guaranteed rebuilt
i motorcycles. Victor H. Roos, 27th and
Leavenworth, Dept. B. Omaha. Neb.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WE have some live buyers for good 8
and 0 room houses, well located. If
vou hava property for sale list it with
us.
D. V., SHOLES CO..
Realtors
Douglas 004S . 915-17 City Nat'l.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER MI'DONALD
1110 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douglas 1428.
LIST homes and income property. , ,
GRUENIG REALTY C6.
1418 1st Nnt. Bk.
Doutr. 19CS.
IF your house Is for sale we want the
listing. i
A. P. TUKEY & SON, Realtors.
620 First National Bank. Doug. 4223.
Can pay $760 cash and $26 monthly
on five jr six room cottage, give ad
dress and best price. Bos W-9S. Omaha
Bee.
IF YOU are thinking of selling we hava
buyers. Can make a quick sale, i
RASP BROS.; Realtors. I
S10-12-14 Keelina Bldg. Tyler)721.
WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNREE HOES.
, C. B. STUHT CO.,
City Nat'l B'.dg.
Douglas 8787.
ilST NOW We can. get you results and
get them quickly on five or six-room
bungalows, west or northwest. Alfred
Thomas ft Son. 604 First National Bank.
THE Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
1306 Dodgo St. Douglas '1843.
ntnTTnmm i ! i r". rstth
Olri iVili i. J. aM. R.nts Insures.
350. Peters Trust Bldg. Dong 0681. !
Pt rrTrnRTPTCREAL estate.
. J. 1 JllAJDiliiNoina and Centals
80S Omaha Nat'l B!t. Bldg. Pouglas 2U5
W. G. SHRIVERf ATE
1047-1 Omaha Nat Bk. wag. uoug. isss
Western Real Estate Co.," ii 2 Karbach Bids.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
2 ACRES FAIR ACRES
DISTRICT
Tha most desirable unimproved piece
fronting on Podge street. Very high and
sightly. Adjoined by ona of the finest
on tha hill. . . . .
Tot a short time only we are authof
IzeS to sell at $7,600. This Is at the rate
of $3,760 per acre. Nothing near can,
be touched at that figure.
Buy now. Tou will Bave money even
though you don't build for several years.
Reason for the bargain, non-resident
owner want money.
WALSH-ELMER CO.,
Realtors
Tyler 163$.
333 Securities Bldg.
CUMING Near 2$th St., 44 feet: must be
old to close estate, u. a. umuiun.
Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
Trackage.
113 FEET ON 11TH ST.,
$50 PER FOOT.
BOSTWICK, 400 Peters Trust Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
INVESTMENT FOR HOME
Rental property $4,000. equity $2,760.
Rr-nts $46, to exchange for home, 6 or
rooms. .
GLOVER & SPAIN.
918 City Nat. Bank, Douglas 2850.
GET IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF.
I have restaurants, groceries, two
movio homes, a drug store, rooming
houses, garages and others. - See Erhorn,
C26 Peters Trust (Bee Bldg.)
WALSH-ELMER CO., Realtors. Real
Estate, Investment, Insurance, Rentals.
Tyler 1636. 333 Securities Bldg
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
WILL TRAPE 160 acres of Keith cnuntv
grass land, all clear for residence or
Income property. S. C. Brogan, Key
stone. Neb.
WILL trado good lots for equity in mod
ern or part modern house. Poug. 0722.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
Florence.
NETHAWAY. Suburban prop'ty. Col. 1400.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T: BOHAN,
621 Taxton Blk. Phone Tyler 4380.
CHOICE lots, attractive suburban loca
tion, 6-room house, newly decorated:
gas. water, electric lights. $3,000. $200
down. Pouglss 4228.
A FEW homes and lots 'for sale In Park
wood addition; a safe place for Investment-
Norris ft Norrls. Pouglas 4270.
CHOICE 8-r. brick and gar., flno location,
west, Im. poss. Owner. Wal. 0697,
J. B. ROBINSON, real estate and invest
ment. 442 Bee Bldg. Pouglas 9097.
North.
5-ROOM strictly modern house, block
to car. 83.600, half cash. Would con
sider lunch or soft drink parlor In
small Iowa town. Box W-108, Omaha
Baa,
SEVEN-ROOM modern house, south front,
paved street, garage. If bought direct
from owner will accept $1,000 cash first
payment: balance monthly. Col. 1169.
M1NNE I.USA lot. Will sell $360 equity In
lot located -within one block of Prettiest
Mile clubhouse. " Will consider Ford in
exchange. Colfax 1987.
5-ROOM house, paved street, for $2,000.
Easy terms. Vol. 0175. R. 1 F. Clary
Co.. North Omali.i Realtors, 2414 Ames
8 VS.
$6,000 will buy eqnlty In fine suburban
home or will consider trade on close In
home. Call owner. Colfax 4158.
SPECIAL terms on 2323 Seward St. 4-rm.
bungalow. Modern. $200 cash. bal. mo.
Crelgh. 608 Bee. Doug. 0200. .v
TWO large lots, 7-room house, all modern
but' heat. Leaving city and must sacrifice
at once. Colfax 4168.
MINNE LU8A homes and lots offer tho
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tyler 187 -
BENSON ft MEYERS CO.. 424 Om. Nat'l.
South.
I'OR SALE By owner. room lious,-,
part modern, barn, outbuildings, street
paved, half cash. Price $3,S0O. Thone
South 4772.
The Readers of The Bee
Have Faith in Our Want
Ads. Why? Because They
Are Mutual Friends.
i -ii
WTLL.
7 I RIGHT'. I WER!
COPVRvOHT. 1MI.BY INTL
More Truth
-By JAMES J.
THE WOMAN CHILD
Look at the way s!v hangs onto the cover;
Look at the cute little fuzz on her lid;
Look at that smile; it just makes people love 'er
Gosh! but she sure is one wonderful kid.
Talk? Stick around when she yells for her dinner
Gets every single darn word she is told.
Rotten, I guejra, when she's just a beginner;
This is her birthday; she's seven months old!
Fond of; her mother? Well, so's every baby,
But look at her balancing there on my knee,
Look at the smile that she hands me, and maybe
You will decide she is fonder of mel
When about midnight she starts in to riot
With colic or something like all babies do
I am the guy that can make her keep quiet
By taking her up for an hour or two.
Why does she look like say, some how or other 1
Before she arrived I was strong on the hope "
That she would grow up as the split of her mother,
An' yet I ain't sorry J had the wrong dope.
She's some little peach is this lady well rather
She's got 'em all licked in the beauty show game;
That's more than a person can say of her father,
An' yet she's the image of me just the same.
I got to step out and go after the dollars;
That kid can't be dressed like a small village hick;
She'll need pretty clothes, an' swell shoes an' fur collars
" An' all that a girl ought to have pretty quick.
It's goin' to take money, I tell you, to dress her.
But when she's dolled up she will be a joy;
"A boy is less trouble!" you ARE a bum guesser!
Say, what made you hink that I wanted a boy?
THPV VlTPr
Too bad they didn't wait to fireproof the Chicago river till after the
price of coal came down.
i CAN'T BE TOO CAREFUL. '
The halls in which Dempsey fights are usually suffocating. He
doesn't like a draft. "
TOO DULL.
Blue isn't the kind of local color that will give dramatists much of
achance.it .
Dog Hill Paragrafc
-By George Bingham
Slim" Pickens was caught yester
day i while trying to flirt with a
voung lady at Tickville. The at
tention of "the Town Marshal, about
a block away, was attracted when
Slim began clearing his throat right
loud at the girl.
Dock Hocks, who was extremely
popular with the fair sex just be
fore Christmas, says he hasn't even
been smiled at now for two or three
weeks.
. While Poke Eazley's mule was
noticing what it was doing this
week it walked off into an old cis
tern on Musket Ridge. Poke says
if his mule don't use more prudence
he is gting to have to get it a pair
of specs.
I'M THE GUY
I'M THE GUY who is always too
busy. . , ,
And that's the plain unvarnished
truth. I'm so busy I haven't time
even to think. I'm the busiest man
in two counties. 1
I haven't time to listen to your
proposition, even if it meant a mil
lion to me. I've so much work be
fore me, I haven t time tor anyming
else.
As for listening to mere gossip
don't dare mention it to me.
nf ,.e T tinvc lots of time to
fiddle around things that don't help
msiness any. IJt oodles oi umc ior
ixing up an old chair or a broken
typewriter instead ot sencn g.ioi
someone wno couiu uu mc j"
few minutes. And I can stand around
bossing a job that would bt aonc
better without my interference.
But for everything else, I m too
bus v. I haven't time.
Don't try to tell me I m really as
buy as a moth circling a light, or
a dog chasing his tail. I know
hetter.
j So take yourself and your proposi
tion to someone else who isn t too
busy to talk to you.
$ Q ' '& All
El
Drawn for The Bee by McManus
f'npvriirht. 1 1'L'O International News Service)
FPATUIIESE.RVICF.lNa
Than Poetry
MONTAGUff-
TT NfW
e... .
Romance in Origin
Of Superstitions
By H. IRVING KING.
Thowing the Shoe.
The question of throwing an old
shoe after a bridal couple is regard
ed by most authorities as the sur
vival of a very ancient custom con
nected with the transfer of property.
Among the peoples where the cus
tom is first found existing women
were regarded as a species of prop
erty and in some ancient civiliza
tions, that of the Jews especially, the
removal and giving of the shoe or
sandal confirmed an exchange or
'sal(S a custom asserted to have been
derived from the Egyptians or some
other peoples with whom the Jews
were brought in contact.
A superstition with regard to tnc
worn shoe was very widespread and
existed even among the barbarous
races. Some have even tried to as
cribe it to the time when the brine
groom carried off the bride by force
and the bride's family threw things
after him as he decamped. In old
Saxon marriages the bride s father
handed the bridegroom the brides
shoe and he touched her with it on
the forehead in token of authority..
The idea of luck, which attaches
to the throwing of the shoe, would
indicate that originally it had to do
with some religious rite the propi
tiation of some god or goddess.
Copyright. 1920. by
The McClure Newspaper Syndicate.
WHY-
Does Steam Appear When Water Is
Heated?
While we are accustomed to think
of water as a liquid, it is, m reality,
a combination 'of gases which mav
be separated by the application ot
heat. In addition, water is constant
ly evaporating, whether the tempera
ture be hot or cold, and this evapor
ation" is nothing more than the
changing of a portion of the water
into the form of a gas which is, ot
course, invisible.
But when heat is applied this
change occurs very rapidly and the
surrounding air becomes saturated
with the gas and is unable to hold it
all. Moreover, the gas from the
heated water is so much hotter than
the surrounding air that it is cooled
and turned into drops of liquid water
once more. It is this cloud of
minute water-drops in the air which
we recognize as "steam" and, pro
vided that the surrounding atmos
phere does not become overheated
from the sieam, the latter will slow
ly mix with air and disappear in the
form of a gas( though the portion
which has been rapidly cooled will
settle on. the ground or floor, just as
dew settles on the grass in summer.
A motor wheel mounted in a
frame that terminates in a single
runner supporting a saddle has been
invented in Switzerland to combine
the sports of motorcycline and skat
ing. .
fun
Holding a Husband
Adele Garrison's New Phase oi
Revelations of a Wife
The Way Madge and Dicky Made'
Their Long Journey.
Dicky's' prophecy was only loo
truly fulfilled. The train was so
late that waiting for it became one
long-drawn-out agony of fat'gue. It
was due at Aberdeen' at V;30, yet
midnight found us slill silling on
(he long bench seat which ran around
threy! sides of the room.
A number of other travelers shared
our vigil, and for awhile I amused
myself with watching the manner in
which the different people took the
long delay. One tall, thin woman
with a lorgnette which she kept in
constant use, walked regularly to the
ticket window every ten minutes and
asked the perspiring ticket agent how
late the train was. 1 marvelled at
the unfailing courtcsv with which
he answered her. all hough l:c had
announced shortly after the train
was due, that it was delayed, and
that he would call out the hour of
its arrival in plenty of time for
everybody to get thir things to
gether. The Long Wait.
Another stout, middle-aged wom
an, with a strong, good-humored
face, amused me in far different fash
ion. She was accompanied, by two
attractive-looking children i and a
lanky Wcsf Indian maid, and she
was evidently accustomed to making
herself comfortable and at home in
all sorts of places.
She wasted no time in questions.
After the first announcement of tb
ticket agent, she improvised a coticli
on the seat out of a steamer ni.
which rolled tightly in a shawlstrau
was one of her bundles, put the fw
children on it, and covered them with
their outer coats and her own heavv
English topcoat. Then with a kindly
question to the maid as to l.er com
fort, she opened a large suitcase
bulging with an assortment of cloth
ing hastily and badly packed, and an
immense portfolio like a lawyer's,
brief case, overflowing with all sort?
of papers, and proceeded to sort and
repack in as leisurely and unper
turbed a fashion as if sh? were in
her own bedroom at home.
I guessed that she had prepared
for this journey upon very short
notice, had been compelled to "throw
things together," and was seizing the
first opportunity to arrange them
properly. I also decided that she
was one of those women who have
so many irons in the fire that they
never get any of them properly
tempered, and I was guilty of a
pharisacial gladness as I contrast
ed my own preparedness of packing
with the haste and confusion which
her suitcase betrayed.
The other travelers ran the gamut
hetween the nervousness of the tall,
thin woman and the placid compos
ure of the stout one. The men
spent their time in traveling back
and forth hetween the station and
what m old times had been the bar
room of a small hotel across the
courtyard from the station.
The Journey End.
Dicky and Maj. Grantland inves
tigated the. accommodations of the'
hotel and ruefully reported that
there was no suitable place for a
woman to rest. Thev made me as
comfortable as possible in a corner
of the room, with my feet on -a
suitcase, a topcoat behind me for
a pillow and another spread over
my knees. In this fashion I read
aiid dozed the time away, except
for the intervals when, cramped be
yond endurance, I rose r.nd walked
up and down the platform.
It was past 3 o'clock wen after
two or three false alarms .which
brought everybody out on the plat
form in readiness to go, and then
sent them back to the shelter of
the station again the long-expected
train finalK' screeched it
way down the track, and the
fatigued and exasperated passen
gers clambered on as hastily as pos
sible. "Good-by!" Huglj Grantland held
out his hand to Dicky and then to
me when we were safely aboard
"I do trust you have a pleasant
journey."
"Why! Aren't you going north
on this train also?" Dicky and I
stammered the question in concert.
"Unforunately, no," he answered.
"I am not going north for two or
three days. But I'll try to see you
when I do get there."
"Be sure you do," Dicky reptfrd.
as the officer lifted his hat and jump
ed from the train just as it w;as about
to pull out.
But I, who understand his every
inflection so well, knew that there
was no real cordiality in the invita
tion. I knew also, as in his wake I
followed a grinning porter down the
aisle to the drawing room Maj.
Grantland's ' thoughtfulness had
proved for us, that the fact of the of
ficer's remaining behind had in some '
curious fashion made him angry.
I did not find out his particular
grievance, however, until near the
end of our journey. We were both
too exhausted to 'do anything save
crawl into our berths when the porter
had made them up, and we slept
until nearly noon of the next day. as
apparently did most of the passen
gers on the train, fqj many of the
berths still had the curtains closed
when we passed through the cars
to breakfast.
Following breakfast, the news that
we would have to travel from Wash
ington to New York in a day coach
so upset Dicky's fastidiousness that
he evidently forgot all other griev
ances. But as we rushed into the biK
station in New York, he !-poke sud
denly and caustically, as I called to
his attention a bag he had left be
hind. "It's too bad Faithful Fido
couldn't have continued his watchful
caret" he snapped. "If I had known
that he wasn't coming north himself
and that he was only dancing
around there to be sure that I looked
after you according to Hoyle, I'd
have landed him one."
But I paid no attention to his ill
humor. I had caught sight of Lil
lian on the platform, eagerly looking
toward the train, and I ' forgot
everything else.
(Continued Tomorrow.)
Parents Problems
Should the play of small chil
dren be supervised or should thev
be left to follow their own inclina
tions? Children should as much as pos
sible be left to follow their own
inclinations when playing. Thi
will develop resourccfulnes of many
kinds,
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