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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1911)
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MOBNY TO I PAN
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bodv h . "rm ur "n for any-hnri-.
0 ow" furniture, pianos,
a stea.'iv ."K""?' ,,r "yne holding
sotiah y "'"'Ho'i-at the most rea
f i m chur"M- All we at-k l.i your
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M 1.'. , . .'. NO "a tape No
JJ 0.a. yulckly, privately, cheaply.
in iiismna.nn. of 1 ,U
n Installments of l. sJ.
J III Installments -f 2.5.
.No other churges.
11 nnl"'". mau' J.'1"" u," month to
one year. Terms to suit you.
ii .'-"'ANTEi-. loan CO.;
JI na ,' !"." Impertinent.)
-. ...Linen m.k. Over Neb. Cycle Co. II
it i, , ' 'ol" "a "rney. M
Douglai 6' 4V I..,. A llif 1
1 H A.N l a V i .N ( I "ilON lS V.
a , VOl'R CREDIT.
a a000 "ere s yuur employer' ts at
... OVR PLAIN NOTE
is ail we ask, no security, no indorser.
. 'Nn are niaklng
SI I .CI A L T 1 f A N H Si i 1 V 1 N 1 RATES,
Borrow $,0.uo, return 40c. per week.
Borrow $20.0o, return Moo per week.
Borrow $30 oo, return $1.20 per week.
Borrow $40. Oo, return $1.60 per week.
Borrow tuO.Ou, return $2.00 per week.
Call and let lie explain.
OMAHA TRUST CO..
437 Board of Trade Bid. Tel. Doug. Sill.
tt H t "V v . T- x r i-,-v--
$10 TO $100
li LOANS ON PtmNiTrnu nivnn t?
t charges you can fford, and
without the red tap and delay you
experience with other companies.
ESTABLISH 1'OL'R CREDIT
HERE. It's a GOOD AS A HANK
ACCOUNT IN TIME OF NEEDi.
NOTE THE6E RATES:
W, you pay back 111.60.
$15, you pay back $17.00.
tin, you Day back $28.00.
160 you Jay back $55.00.
NO OTHER C HA RUES.
Weekly or Monthly Payment.
OMAHA FINANCIAL CO.. H
-10 Brown Blk. Oppoelte Bran-
dela 8. K. Cor. lGth and Uoujla. tt
'Phone Douglas m. VI
III ttlttltt It I
USE OUE MONEY FOR
We make loans on all kinds of chattel
julckly and privately. Phone Doug. 1236.
HOME LOAN COMPANY.
323 Famam St. Room 8, Patterson Blk.
AT REASONABLE RATES.
Nebraska Loan Co.,
30 Bee Bid. Douslas 1858. A-1358.
MONEY loaned suianea people, women
keeping house and others, without se
curity; easy payments. Of ficea 1n 6T prin
cipal cities. Toltnun, 603 Omaha Natl
Bank Bldg., formerly N. Y. Life Bldg.
STAR LOAN CO.
16 TO 1100
Purnlshed salaried people without secur
ity, Indorsement, delay, publicity, extor
tlon or decepilon. Terms to suit. 644 Paxton
DIAMOND loans lit and 6 per ceuu
"W. C. Flutau, Dodge. Red W1B.
OFFERED FOR HEAT.
Doard and Rooms.
O. M. K. hauls trunks, n. Gil. A-2611.
Portola. family hotel, th Ave. and Har.
St. James Hotel Steam heat, bath,
home cookiiik; winter rales to few couples
at j0 per mo.; daily, 1.2i. Near all
WARM looms and excellent meals.
K. ith St. Phone Douglas 313$.
. . 31H N. id,
beautiful furnished rooms
all modern; walking dls-
2103 Douk'lax. beautiful furnished rooms.
board; convenient; all modern; walking
Rooms and board;
MRS. MILLER, US N. il, bext board
ana room in city.
SUITE of rooinx; one large room; ex
cellent home cooking; private family. Call
NICE place for nice DeoDle. THE MAD.
ISON, 21st and Chicago Sts. 11.00 and up.
L naer new management.
BRIGHT, warm room In private
ramliy; close to Crelghion college; rea
tollable. Phone Harney 6258.
FINE for two young ladies; good fam
lly; very convenient. Phone Harney 668.
Dewey European Hotel. 13th & Farnain.
THE SHK1NER rooms, single and en
auite, modern. 2tth and Harney.
LARUE furnished room, 80ti S. 21st St.
LARUE trunt room; newly decorated
and furnished. Harney 4215.
1MM Capitol Modern
two blocks to car.
DEMRAbLE furnished room, privato
family. 2iUK N. 2tli. Phone Webster 60,6.
inJl N. 17th 2d Lour, nuclei u, furnlshud,
'J WO dexirabie looms lor lour young
men. an s. 2uth Avt.
FOR a dainty desnert use DHleell's Ice
cream. If Mrs. J. F. Monroe, 214 S. 41st
HI., will come to The, Ht-e office within
turee da s we will Rive her un order for
a quart brick of this flno lie ream.
Furnished lloos.-k.-cpioit Rooms.
The Manuel and Howard, 21 & Howard,
z and 4-rm. apts. 1:3 to J40.
MA A. HTli Aludel n houuekeif Olliif ruuniil
I '. light basement, cozy and warm;
cheap. H"i S. 2fth.
LLJiiT housekeeping rooms; private
family. 2872 Pratt St.
I furnlshea ue.iiiatiie rooms, modern ex
cept beat. Phone Harney 3iSX
TV0 liousehi e,ui room.-; modem,
$4 50; one housekeeping room, 13.60.
30 S. 26th Ave., pleasant housekeeping
tmnii; conveniently equipped; modern;
Phone Harney 4348.'
NORTH 23D, bos Strictly modern ruimi.-,,
furnished or unfurnished, for housekeep
ing. D. 470L
Hotels and Apartments.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for gen
lleinen. THE CHATHAM, 110 S. 13th St.
Hub Hotel, steam-healed. 1 Doug. t7
DODGE HO i EL, lath and Dodfce; all
Steam-heated rooms: special week rate.
Excellent mwo, Jul N. 2t,lh, So. Otnaua.
Howard Hotel, elegant rs. 10O2 Howard.
Elk hotel, rooms 26c snd 6tic. 817 N. 16th.
HOTEL ALBANY; most elegant rooms;
Lot and cold water; fireproof; prices
leasonahle: both phones. 1111 Douglas.
HOTEL Flomar, 17th and capitul Ave.
Burlington, n.cr ro .ms. 1 blucK to depot.
CAS.-4 Ho'lEU "ice rooms. LOU Cass StT
WlM'SoR HOTKI4 Rooms ioc to 11.50.
OXFORD snd Arca.i-, special w'kly rate
Council Bluffs. r.u"in.-()irie1 jlotpl
IJOO to . W per week Vfe'iet, JlUlCl
Apartments and Flats.
SIX roims. first floor, modern except
best. 2xU Rees St.
Six roums. second floor, modern except
test, ?w R es St., 113 eaJ.'i.
CHI:IS ItoYFR. l-i m.d Oimlnt .ct.'.
6-T;ob..l t.partii. nt ill tlic L'H.Uh. A-
L'.y 4.S omaiia .Nit 1 liiu.k J-..J.., ur ihiii
OFFERED FOR HKXT
Apartments nnd Flats.
WTKAM 1IKATKI) I'HldAIHl FLATS.
Separate homes, t-room, full, modern,
fireproof stairways, new decorations,
shade, ran ire. hot water all year, lanltnr,
walking- distance. Winter: $32. $tt. $35;
summer. 110 less. Yon can't live as well or
comfortably or (heap elsewhere. Refer
PAYNK & SLATER CO.
Sole) Ate., 6th Fl.. Omaha Nat. Mk. Rlrtg.
I.ick at f.'M So. 2Mh St., a 5-rooni.
strictly modern "St. Iiuls" flat, within
easy walking distance. Can be seen any
time. Vacant December 1.
PAYNK A PLATER CO.
Sole Aiients, 6th Floor Omalia Nut. Rank.
Look at 5iW 8 2,Mh St.. a 6-room,
strictly nmdern "St. lrfiuls" flat, within
easy walking distance. Can be seen
any time. Vacant December 1.
PAYNE SJ.ATEU CO..
Sole A uentrt.
Sixth Floor Omaha Nitionnl Hank Rldg.
3 AM) 4-ROOM flats, walkina "dlsfanc:
all modern except hent: water Included,
for only 113.00 nnd I1S.W per month. A
snap for email family. Call at 2tui Dewey
Ave. See Mrs. Ring.
Fully modern, 5-rooin heated apart
ment In the excellent West Farnain Uia
trlct; very choice.
JOHN W. RUB1S1NS, FARNAM ST.
i-room flat on Sherman Ave. Web. B7ii5.
TWO HEATED APARTMENTS.
Strictly modern and iii'-to-untf. within
easy walking distance. $0.
PAYNK SIATKR CO, .
Sole Agents, lith Floor Omaha Nat. Rank.
HOT water heated, best system heat,
8-room new flat, all hardwood finish,
M7.0H. 603 S. 22d.
1 8:K N. 17th A unfurnished basement
US N. 17th. 2d floor. 4 unfurnished
rooms; ' bath.
FOR RENT ElKht room house, choice
location, Sitth St., near Farnam, for four
months from December 1 to April 10,
furnished completely. Tel. Hsrney 3577.
Om. van and storage Co.. packs, moves,
stores household goods. Fireproof stor
age. 804 8 lKth. Branch, BOO S. 17th.
TeL. D. 4163; A-1335.
Hoasea and Cottages.
WALL PAPERPlnt,nsr pap'r hang-
U1JX XJ: JZiiVf -i,nr. picture
framing. Monson, 803 park Ave. H. 6290.
6-ROOM cottage, modern, excent furn
ace. 828 S. 19th Ave. Hlxenbaugh, Bell
SMALL house for rent to colored peo
ple, 10 per month. Oet key next door
north or telephone WebBter 6024. B18 N.
2ti36 PARKER ST., 1.
C rooms, modern except furnace, and
will be In first-class condition; lti, In
cludes water. ,
BARNES & WILSON, 406 Bee. V. S641.
I:rit4 N. 20l'l-l HIV rr,ms imul.rn ..p.M
628 N. 32d, rooms, 20.
2406 Capitol Ave., 7 rooms, modern, 130.
312S Chicago, 8 rooms, modern, barn. $40.
2707 Farnam, 9 rooms, modern, $42.i.O.
Rrandels Theater Bldg.
FINE 7-ROOM HOUSE, 118.00.
N. W. Cor. 25th and Sahler Sis.. 7 rooms.
modern except furnace. 116: Includes
water. This is reduced for Immediate
rental and Is a snap. Uood condition.
BAKNra & WILSON. 406 Bee. D. 3041.
137 DOUGLAS, 8 rooms, modern except
heat; 130 per month. Tel. Douglas lfiHS.
112.60 Three rooms. 2U21 Douglas St..
modern except heat.
119.50 Six rooms, 2R18 Grant St., mod
ern, new house, reduced rental.
$32.60 Eight rooms, 1510 Madison Ave.,
modern except heat.
125 Six rooms, 2506" St. Mary's Ave.,
modern except heat.
130 Six rooms, 001 S. 18th St., modem
133.60 Seven rooms, 18th and Emmet
St., almost new, strictly modern.
$36 Eight rooms, 1143 8. Stfth St., mod
ern, good barn.
$37.60 Five rooms, 628 Park ave.; mod
145 Seven rooms, 120 N. 31st Ave.,
Three rooms and bath In afivyette, In
cluding refrigeration, vacuum cleantr.g.
laundry and Janitor service. Rental
137.60 per month.
GEORGE & COM PA NT.
902-13 City National Hank Bldg.
Phones Douglas 7f6, Independent A-17M.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed, fur
warded; cheap freight rates; moving and
storing. Expressmen's Delivery Co. Tel.
Douglas 84. City office, 213 S. 17th St.,
Houses, Ins. Rlngwalt, HrandelsTh. Bldg.
COTTAGE Five rooms, bath, Bus. 010
N. 20th St. Harney 6064.
OMAHA EXP CO., moving vans and
storage. Trunks, baggage del. D. 334.
416 N. 17th.
Ffmifioa ln P"s of the city.
XIUUBCS erelgh Sons A Co., Bee Bldg.
SIX and seven-room modern flat, hot
water heat, for 140. Tel. Webster 14!8.
FOR RENT Close In, low winter rates,
614 N. 22d St., 6 rooms, all modern,
624 N. 22d St., 7 rooms; modern, ex. heat,
2006 Blondo St., 6 rooms, 111. Tel. Red. 6264,
26O0 MAPLE ST., 6 rooms, modern, ex
cept furnace. 120. Hall, 433 Ramgo. D.
14O0. A 4406.
DO YOU KNOW CHEAP RENT?
Good, full, modern house. 8 large rooms,
1513 N. 20th St., tight and warm; front
and back stairs, newly decorated inside
and out. worth more money, but want
good tenant, so make It S30. Come and
see it. If tenant takes good care of prop
erty, deduct 125 from rent of last month
of year. T. J. HOOK, olfice Hoi N. lMli
St. PAYNE A SLATER CO., Omaha
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
CLOSE TO B. Hi M. DEPOT.
lok at 826 Pierce St., an 8-room,
strictly modern house. In a very desirable
location to keep roomers, t'i.
PAYNE A SLATER CO..
Solo Agts., 6th Fl., Omnha Nat. i:k. Bldg.
L1NNEY and 26th r.is., 6-rooin cottane
modern except heat.
. I) ROOMS. CLOSE IN.
KI4 So. 24th St., -room, strictly mndern
house, hot water heat, within easy wsU
11 if disiunce, only $15.
PAYNE A SLATER CO,
Sole Agents, lith Floor Omaha Nat. Bank.
TENANTS. U)OK HKRR.
HALF MONTH REBATE.
8-r . mod. good repair, well locited. blk.
to car, large yard, trees, etc., 1421 Vinton
St. and 2015 S. l ith; reul bargains; i t lit
reduced from $21 to $16 each.
fc-r., new. mod., 636 N. t en. Hvd., net f.o.
6-r., C. W will repair, 734 Bancroft, lli.
8-r., mod., 2204 Maple, $2o; choice corner.
6-r., mod., elcc. light. Ij04 N. 31st. $13.
8-r.. mod., 2lo8 Franklin, $20, or for sale
on rental terms.
Alto 14 others, $6 to $2'!.
RUSSFLL A M K1TRICK.
432 Ramge Bldg. 16th and Harney.
$207 rooms, 362s N. 27th; 22. 6 rooms,
3410 N. 24th; 1117 Park Ave., modern. $30.
Tel. Webster 1677.
One Month's Rent Free
Almost new 5-room brick flat. 18 blocks
from postoffloe, $26. Tenant taking six
months' lease will be given one month's
J. H. Dumont & Son
1605 Farnam. Douglas 90.
FoR RENT I-arge nine-room house at
1013 Pierre street; modern; in good repau.
Tel. Doug. 1149.
EQUITABLE LOAN COMPANY.
15 Nobrsska National Bank Bldg..
I2ih and Farnam Sts.
Four bedrooms, bath acd toilet on sec
ond floor; large family room, dining
room, buttery-kitchen, refrigerator room,
hall and vestibule on ftrt-t floor; full
icinenL basement; furnace heat; every-tl-.lnsr
first-class and strictly modern, lo
cated ut lill Georgia Ave. See the owner
at l.tfj Georgia Ave., or 'phoao Harne
i 1 t.-. i i'i.ii.i; n but lum,
xnim: r.isir, unin.v
iiuu. ipIlq:.! kOUk, laie mi, il. ei.4.
onmtw) FOH KK.XT
Houses and ( ottasjes.
J-ROOM bouse modern except haat, 1411
N. 24tll St.. 120.
7-rconi house, modern except heat, Clil
Chailes SL, 1!.
rooms. 2d floor, 1100 N. iOth St., mod
ern except beat, 114.
S-room cot Inge, modern except heat, 13.14
N 23d St.. 120.
5- room house, modern etcept heat, 161S
Cotbv St., !.'.
6- nn.m. 1ft f'.oor, lfCJ N. 26th St., partly
6- room, 2d floor. IHOJ N. Sdth St., toilet,
7- ioom Iuhmc, modern except heat, 20
I xa 1 (1 at., f2i).
CHRIS HOVER, 2'.'il ami Cuming Sls.
Aioi '1 .KN eix-r. on. tioufc, 2110 Cap.lol
Ave. Harney ItOt.
672 S. 2MH SI.. S rooms, completely
modern, i .00. IUI1. 43J Ramge. D. 7400.
FOR LENT-b our-ioom cottuse on 2Mb
Ave. betnten Dmine and Douciaa streets.
See Dexter L. Thomas i Hee Hlils
VHI.N K I ebli ill. cheapest 1
with bath, buseincnt, In city.
N. 23.1. "
100 1 11 house
COll'AUi'., Wu; ni rooms and
newlv pupeied, walklny alstancc.
723 S. lMh
8 rooms, nil nicdein,
modern House, 1761 S, Vlh St.,
1703 Mandn son.
Tel. Douglas 63T.1
Mores and Offices.
WISH to sublet suite of
five rooms In
Call D 4128
Cltv Nstlonal Hank HMk.
FOR OFFICE OR STORE. '
The main floor, space In the Young
Men's Christian Association ltldg.. now
occulted by the Omaha Electric l.ighl A
Power Co., slxe 42x6S, with Vault oxua.
Possession February 1. 1I2.
J. II. DL MONT fi SON.
10O,") Farnam St., Omaha.
'Phone DouglRS 6W.
WASHINGTON HA LL Lodges, dances,
banquets. C. C. Sorensen. I 2325. A 2320.
OKKKKKII FOU KALE.
PIANO, slightly used.
at a bargain.
Co., If tli ami
Segerstrom llano Mfg.
FOR SALE Furnished flat, eight room.
Tel. Doug. 416.
LIGHT TOUCH MONARCH VIMRLK
for rent. THE MONARCH TYFE
W RIT i:UCO., 411 S. l.ith. Phone l W.
"Smith premiers, models No. 2 or
No. 4, In excellent condition, rented three
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO
lUth and Douglas.
RENT on Oliver typewriter from the
Oliver Typewriter Co. Douglas 2a 1 9.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LI N E of
all mukes of typewriters, factory rebuilt;
1. rices right: It will pay you to see us
TVl'Eu 11 ITER INSPECTION AND SUP
PLY CO., 1808 FARNAM Sl
.-Practically new R flat comet
sell. $36. Call Web. 6M-
KINDLING, $4 load. H. Gross. W 2S81.
GENERAL contractors' ouillt, also
teams and wagons. Caldwell c Drake,
oew Court House. .
FOR SALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tablws and
li..u liner ullevu anil accessories; bur tlx
lure. ,f nil kinds: easy payments. Th
Brunswlck-Balke-Collander Co., 407-409 b
SIX-FOOT bookkeeper's desk, oak fin
ish, for sale at $10. Apply George VV
W l ight Bee Publishing Co.
FOR SALE Two scholurshlps In the
fttuAhn. Cnmmerc in I t'olleae and one In
Bovlas colleue. Business ofilce. Omaha
of 173 lots of tiniedoeuied household goods
November 27, 28, at, tJiTiaba Van antl
Storage Co.. 1120 N. IOth St
SAFES Overstocked with second-hand
safes, all sizes and makes: bargains,
American Supply Co.. 1110 Farnam St.
EDISON Standard Phonograph and
Flower Horn. $10. 3106 Ave. A, Council
Get ln the Game
Electric Pianos, $100 each. Slot Ma
chines, Athletic and Peanut Machines and
Scales, new and id-hand. Write for our
list of bargains. Better still come and
see ua. We also do repairing.
ACME MACHINE CO. m a
3124L'venwoith. Phones: H. 213; Ind. A-M33.
FOR RENT Richmond electric vacuum
cleaner. Webster 0624.
DR. MAXWELL. CURES PILES. 4;
Om. Nat. Bk. Blug. PAY WHEN CUREU.
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Gladlsh Pharmacy, 12th and Dodge.
Massage, Rlttenhuuse. 306 Old Boston Bid,
rQEORGK-Y.IiN"G will not be respon
sible for debts contracted by his wife,
who left him August 16, and all debts
contracted by her from and after date
recorded will not be recognised by me.
YO"UNcT"women coming to Omaha as
stiangers are lnvlud to vlait tho Young
Womtn s Christian association building
ut Hevetitetnth ar.d Hi. Maiy's Ave.,
wheie they will be directed to suuauie
buardlng places or otlierwise assisted.
Ixiok tor our tiavelcts' aid ut tha Union
HINDOO 'TABLETS will build, bract.
Hti engthen. hn: BELL DRUG CO.
"WE rent and repair all fttnds of sowing
mat-hints, ind. A. I0u3, lmugius luoj.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
l6lh and Harney Sts.
i vj 1 1 1,' ii eutment. Mrs. Steele,
i.UVrjYUL-i io7 B lUh Zd floor, rm 6.
MASt AijE Swedish moveiuenii li ith.ng
better lor iheumutism; laules, 1; gentle
men, fl...o. apt. 2, 1MJ2 Farnain. D. o2to.
"THE "SALVATION ARMY solicits "cast"
oft clutlung. in tact, anything you do not
htcd; we cl.ect, repair unci sell, at 131
.N. lith St.. lor cost ol collection, to the
worthy pcor. Cull phone Duuglus 412a and
waguns will nll.
l VSAIJI' laih. halt glow aruniatio
iUAUOAUU treatment. Mine Allnn
ChlcagoJO!) S. I.th St., 1st flor. D Ju65.
Dr. Burke, women's diseases. 41 Doug. Bis
l V1JV l- 'I'll ' treatment. E. T7ott77l6
.u.iu.ujiitg 1ilhi J(1 fllJOI. 3i)
Call Webster 6430.
ETTA GoLDSliUR Y, niunlein"ing, hair
dret.slng;iiew parlors. 303 Neville. U. 3ti3.
MAS-SAUE tieaim ts. Mi7sFTT7x-
..' T -J "rti'l"1' 1 ' 1'S-J7. 2 fl.
MRS SN YDER. Swedish liiassuge,. batlu,
radiator and vlbrutor treatment. Ths
Dunsuny, Fiat JLloh and Pierce. D. 43o.
HAZEL LEAF PILlCONESBc.il
remedy for itching, bleeding or protrud
ing piles; 60c poetpuid, esinp.e' rree.
Sherman A McConneil Drug Co., Omaha
M. RaERY tt.e, small children.
BABIES to care fur.
manicuring, vibratory mas-
sage treatments, ti. I
in floor, jmm Dodge.
1 1 H an excellent show at the American
tnester. If F. B. Harwoou, 812 S. i2d St.,
will come to The Bee office wltnln three
days we will give blni an order for a
la,r of tickets.
I -OIL' LT I IV A N D I'E'FhT K K
ROUP easily cured b Boo mui.a
Roup Cure, too box if your dealer can
not supply you, write us direct, sending
dealers name. Boll WHITE CO., 2904
N. Hit li St., Oinsha. Webster 6637.
FRESH GROUND BONE
ilAKKB HENS LAY.
WE HAVE IT.
THE NEI.RASKA HERD H .
PHONE D. I2M. 1613 HOWARD HT.
EVERY person knoas who D. J)' Brlen
Is because tie has made imiaU famous
with his candy, if Mrs. M. Luwon, 101 1
:". ilih St, South 1 nun he will come to
1 he : u.'f.ca wi hir. lliiee duvs we w;ll
il.-a her in cirCi-r fur a uO-cont but ut
ui Lrlan a ody free.
AHiTHAl II OK til IK.
Abstracts. M. T. Rrennan. r?4 Rrandels Th.
lll ll.OEHS' IX'OII M ATIO
Electrlo gas fixtures, tmiaha Silver Co
Lleal Cement Stone Co.. 17th and Cuming.
Amer. Suly. Co , root g, paints. lbW I Nlch.
Fuohs. Son A llllnd. pKintlng, decorating
w .t si i ts: n to 11 1 y7
LIST your cltv property for sale with
Voael, 4iK Rarbai h Hldg.
CITY PROPERTY FOR . l.K.
MUST sell my home of 7 rooms, strictly
modern and new; finished in osk, best
of everything; must be seen to be appre
ciated; one block to Farnam car. Price,
14.300; tl.tXD cash, lal. .u per month. N
Sen 11 fine one on lke street, feet
west of telephone exchange. All specials
pild. The best lot In omaha f ir small
flat, two small cottages or home. Two
car lines; prowlnj; values here. 1'lice,
or this: lrt Florence, northwest corner
Main and Clay, rest front: fine for busi
ness or home. $l,i. No eh down; 100
per year. Call owner. Wet-ster 2tiz.
Make Me an Offer
oil the 8-room modern bouse at bS
Geoigia Ave. cM.ith St.1, Just one block
east of Hanscom Park. House In fins
condition; fine east frunt lot, with tome
splendid shrubbery, etc. Terms.
430 Board of Trade Rldg.
Phone Douglas 1510.
K) CASH, 3o monthly, buys 6-room
home, full two stories, strictly modern,
oak finish, brand new, never occupied,
near KounUe Place. Price, $:i,t'.V Com
plete In every way. Phone Owner, Har
ney 5210, for more (information.
Don't Build, Buy This
140,000 will buy a pressed brick fashion
able apartment house of 70 rooms, with
large porches, in good condition, close in;
we.i rented; five year lease. Cost iVi,200.
Arthur C. Grossman,
208 Roston Store Ridg. phone Doug. 1107.
18 ROOMS, ALL MODERN.
We have a two-apartment house, con
taining 13 rooms, two oath rooms, seven
bed rooms, with parlor, dining room and
kitchen in each apartment, with new
plumbing and good heating plant.
This property Is too large lor personal
owner and It Is a splendid proposition for
some one who will buy It and divide It
into four three-room apartments. Owing
to tho arrangement of the house this
work can be done at a very small ex
pense snd when completed the apart
ments will rent for $25 inch. The buyer
run live In one apartment, rent the rest
ami make a good investment put ol your
The building Is well built and In good
condition; oniy thirteen minutes' ride to
the center of tho city; one block from the
Dodge street rar line and In good esi
THE NUMBER IS 2819
N. 20TH ST.
It Is Just north of Ohio on the Flor
ence Blvd. A good six or seven-room
modern house will be taken In exchange
si the right price. This proposition Is
certa.nly worth looking at.
NORRIS & MARTIN,
400 Bee Bldg. Doug. 4270. A-4270. '
Three-room house, partly modern; lot,
C0x70; corner Spencer and 20th Sts.; pav
ing paid; permanent walks; has good fu
ture value for home or business. Good
location for small store; close to Lake
street school. Price, $1,200. Cash re
quired, $100, balance, 20 per month.
Owner, 'Webster 2013.
Is the Road to
lUAtil l.A.XU FOH 9AI.R
8,920 ACRES In the San Luis valley.
Colo., lor sale at a bargain; good terms
and tine lend. L. Crocker, Beatrice, Neb.
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed bv the
ATLANTIC, BIRMINGHAM A ATLAN
Lands adaptable to the widest range of
orops. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming country. Its soil,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. II. LEAHY, DEPT. K,
General Passenger Agent,
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm Is to insert a small want ad
In the Des Moines Capital. Lurgeat cir
culation in the state of Iowa, 43,000 dally.
The Capital is read by and believed ln by
the standpatters of Iowa, who simply re
fuse to permit uny other paper In their
homes. Rales, 1 cent a word u day; $1.26
prr line per month; count six ordinary
words to the line. Add re.-a Des Moines
Cupttal, Des Moines, la.
215 ACRES one mile from Conwav
Taylor County, lowu. Good Improvements.
176 m ips or more In cultlvatln and giaas,
remainder oak and walnut paiiture. I'. he,
f7.5o per ucrc. Address 1'. O. Box lU.
Cold weather makes big coal bills.
Why not tuke a trip with us down ts
the gulf coast of Mexico, whuie there Is
no fiost or cold weutlier'f
Where the gentle gint breeies eqiiullxe
the temperature, making it pleasant, de
lightful winter und summer.
hero yon can grow the finest oranges,
lemons, grapo fruit, bananus, pineapples
and otner t . I run fruits.
Where you cun grow big crops of uorn.
Whero one crop of corn pays for the
land. Where they grow big crops of cot
ton, cane, the fiber plant from whloh
binding twine Is mane, and from whloii
fortunes are being realised. Where the
ruliilsll Is abundant In the growing sea
son, but little In tho winter months.
Where the tame grassis grow trom 6
to 8 feet high, whore tattle, hogs and
horses are grown with little expense.
Where poultry is produced in all na-
son9 of ths year, Where bees make honey
every month, Where vegetables grow to
Where mere sre many Americans now
located. ..here you will have American
neighbors in an American colony. Where
no Mexicans own land. Where you will
bn close to railroad and near the great
hurbor of Tamplco.
Where the cliinute la healthful. Where
we can sell you good, rich, black lund at
$12.00 per acre on very easy terms. Writs
Our next excursion Deo. 6. Ruilroad
fare from Omaha to Tamplco and return.
ciioi 1 ir i.a.n l' i ll.,
fM Prandels Bldg, Omaha. Neb.
Build yourself a home on the Gulf
Coast. No extrsmes of weather, either
hot or cold. No drouth, Good, rich lands
from $10 up, Wa own them. Easiest of
terms. We want farmers. Write for our
COAST REALTY AND COLONY CO.,
SMALL RANCH tot sale near town,
about 7uu acres, Improved, $16 per acre;
this is a bargain. J. C. llcrslua, hit
NEBRASKA and Oregon land, $4 up,
I9i uitnutls Uik Dumbo, sb,
It HA I, ESTATE
K4IIM A Mll I (Ml FOH N A l.K
FARM AND RANCH FOR SALE
M) acres adjoining town at crossing
of two trunk line railways. Ideal trsrt
for fruit, dairy or general farm and
stock ranch. In essy reach of the best
cities In .astern Oklahoma: M) acres
suitable for any crops grown In this
climate; of the remainder UO acres is
high ground and especially adapted 1o
fruits of all kinds; balance pasture. All
fenced and 200 acres ready for the plow;
balance timbered. Price 120 per sere; on
easy terms; title guaranteed. This Is an
unusual bargain. Hpiich I .and Invest
ment Company, 203-6 Flynn-Ames Bldg.,
A FEW snaps In Rruln county. South
Dakota, lands, will pay railroad fnre to
buyets not satisfied. J. A. S'rany,
Pukwann, S. 1 1.
EXCURSION to Monte Chrlsto (Texasl.
tho beuutilul, I'uesuay, Dec. u. " I lie idjU
place tor winter homes or investment.
1 tta tor booHlet and other I11101 niatum.
U. i--. Kellogg, liuum 4, Slur.it liiug.,
AoduOoti, lit. Agents wanted.
320 ACRES FREE.
Your homestead rig tit good tor U-0 acres,
and 110 leeiuciicu trwiuniiu. we can locate
you un suiuu ui the uolcesl tiacts. tan
also buy some choice Hauls school lanu
cheap. Best land osuik rspidly luneii up.
Act iUiik. Audi ess 1N01 tow estei u i.huu
Co., tli Dooly lik.. Salt Lake City, L la.ii.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED C.ly lnai
Farnain Smith Ac Co.,
and wai rams. v ,
I3.ii Farnam St.
OMAHA 1'iipeiiy and Netnaxka Lands.
O'KEEFK HE A I. ESTATE CO..
1018 New Omaha Nat l Bank Building.
"VANTKD city leans. Peters Trust Co.
IIOii to $liuiu0 made promptly. F. D.
W ead , Wead Hidg.. IMh and Farnam.
"MoNKY to loaiiB on business or resi
dence properties, $i,0iu to uuii,tM). V H
THOMAS, 501 First Nat I Bank Bldg.
WAN T E I F A KM liOANS"
vestment company, Omaha.
BEM IS-CA RLBERG CO..
Loans, $. and up.
Omaha sat 1 Bans
LARGE LOANS, municipal bonus, mm l
gages bought and sold. S 1 II LI, BROS-
FARM LOANS; no commission; optional
ayments; cheap money quick service.
Ol'ln 8. Merrill, 1213 City Nut 1 Bank Bldg.
FOI t HA LE t)I t EX CH A NO E
WK exchange properties of merit. C. W.
Welsh, SI2-13 O. N. Bk. Bldg. lkiug. 7Mte.
DE7T7NOW direct. Co-operative cue
turners' list postpaid ind your ad In liH)
magastnes for price of one, only 6 cents
per word. Box 704. Enid. tiki.
$3.1wi:j)oo. $7,000. $ io.ooo,"i n5.ooo, $20,000
stocks of dry goods and groceries to ex
change for land or town properly. Fre
mont S. Gibson, Charles City, Is.
WANT land in No. or So. Dak for good
brick plant near Omaha.
IDA NEFF, 436 Bee Rldg.
FIVE-ACRE SUBURBAN HO..E, Im
proved with 7-room houxe; choice locu
tion and many takable features; value
liUOi; easy terms or 'will exchange for
Omaha or South Omaha Income property.
An opportunity. Investigate.
OUl.X B. MhKnil-b CO.,
Rooms 1213-14 City National Bank Bldg.
WANTKIV TO RORROW
WANTED frlvats party to carry loan
of $3,600 on good secui tl y. Address, 2.
tee office, bouln Oniulia. Neb.
- n. r a.-.-r-3-i-T-
WANTED TO BUY
2d-hand goods. Meeer, 10a) Center. D 6.163.
I?1! Shames Fur Co., 70s N. luui,
Uoniana. we buy all kinds of raw
furs; pay high prices. Try ua.
EVH.RY person knows who L. J.
O'Brien is l.ecause he has made Omaha
famous with his candy. If J limes Rich
ardson. Hit N. 41st St., will come to The
Bee olfice within three days ws will give
him an order for a oo-cent box of
O'Brien's candy free.
FOR a dainty dessert use Dalxell's Ice
cream. If Mrs, li- D. Thorpe, Hi 8. 42d
St., will come to Tho Bee olfice within
three days we will give her an order for
a quart brick of this flue Ice cream.
WANTKll TO RENT
WANTED Houses and flats to rent.
Have more customers thHn we can supply.
Rentals taken rare of. Furnished rooms
for rent. Schnelder-Fehr, 424 Paxlon
Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FAMILY of four seeks hlgh-olaea board
ing place; must be suitable for cultured
people, neighborhood and house must ba
high-claw; near West Farnam St, Ad
dress D 620, car Bee.
THREE adults and 4-year-old want
completely furnished apartment. Please
do not reply unless neighborhood and all
else qualifies for refined ople; West
Famam district. Address C SS9, car Beo.
WANTED Furnished suits near good
boarding place, suitable for family of
three adults and child. No objection to
outskirts if near Farnam St. Only high
grade place considered. Address N 668,
PRAC'l 1CAL nurso. Call II. boio, A-2J74.
WANTED Experienced meat
wants position at onceffAddrer Y 65,
MAN wants position taking care of
furnace for room and board. E 71i, Bee.
Vol .NU luuy Willi ouu year experience
as stenographer wishes a position In a
lirm; salary accoiuinw to aululy. O 703,
WASHING or cleaning. Ihuisday, Fit
day, Sulurduy. Web. 420.
KOREAN buy waniM posiitou at house
work and as waller tor vale. Box 14., So.
"POSITION by Ihlrd-yar high school
boy; will work from 12 to 6:20 p. in. M.
WHITE woman desires day woik; lit-ut
and ciean. 'Phone D. 6740.
"sri'UATio.N wanted A manager of
general store, country town; expe.ienced.
o U.3, Bee.
lilgh school gradusie, stenugi s pher,
clerical ur bookkeeping; uiieipuilenocd.
1. 610, Bee.
SITUATION wanted by competent lad,
stenugrapher. Can luku rapid dictation
ana can tl auscrhue nlo. lletereiiccs as
to ability. W 616. Bee.
AN ed ma led woman desirea work la
Omaha or elfaeivhrru In Institution or lam
lly to usslst In keeping and taklug cure
of children. S ebster 3177.
1MDY stenographer desires position;
experienced, good references, moderate
salary. A 760, Bee,
POSITION wauled by stenographer, 8
months' experience; use any machine and
will give reference. W 16, Bee.
STUDENT wains place to work for
hoard. Phone B glhO. Walter NTuwadde,
2'. 10 Davenport St., Omaha.
YOUNG man wains poeitlou
lender ; experienced, S 616, Bee.
WASHING nd curtains done. T, H. 743J.
BOOK KEEPING and clerical work
svenliujf ami Saturdays) us typewriter.
Address L 741, Bee
4213 S. loth St.
iot Ml man wants work evenings and
Sundsy. B 77. Bee.
LADY wants position as housekeeper
In smsll hotel or lespemahls rooming
house; experience ana rsreienca. c ibs.
EVERY person knows who 1j. J, O'Brien
Is because be has made Omaha famous
with Ins canny, ir Mrs, n. K. Hanford
130 N, 42d St., will come to The Bee office
within three, days w will give her an
older for a lJ-cent box of O'Brien's
OMAHA, THE CiRAIN MARKEtT
W F. F K fl GRAIN CO., grain mei chaiila
ront-lunment a solicited. Brunilcis.
noi,h.u in iiiiai.n 1.0., grain coiia.gn
menls isillcitBd, glum bougiu . . am. a.
LIVE STXK.'K MARKET OF WEST
Ship your stork to South omaha, sve
mileage ami shrinkage; your consign
ments receive prompt and csretul Munition.
LIVE NTOCK COMMISSION
CI I A NTS.
Myers Urns K- Co. Strong and responsible.
v ool HKOS . j:!4 Is" erx c h a n g eHUI tl.
Great V est. coin. Co., Omaha A Denver.
. R. SAG I H S' iN .lust hanv.e shep.
VT f. i y n K a c'o.."l li' V: T "h .i .h 1 1
1 A1I1I Bid is. hacilie cattle, h gs, sheep
Clay, R.xhlnson A 1 o., i0 Fxi'h. nidg.
It'irrMste Co. ilet ter results ship to us
Ti l tt Kr It 11 ' K f. V CO.. id Exch. liitlg
i.rT il7)TiKY:'l jTn 7 2JiTl-'.xc!v Bldg.
( ex i Jones om. Co.. bunch of hustlers.
I si in. rs L. S com. Co.. iist Excliange.
Deiioslt proceeds of sniimtils in Stocit
Vai-ds Nat'l batik. Only bank at ysrds.
Mutin l.ros. A 3U".-4 Ex. llhig.
Ale.. uTLiiciiaiiaii & Son, iil-oJ Ex. Bldg.
GOVERNMENT SALE INDIAN LANDS
Absolute Title Given the unalloted
lands of the Choctaw ami Chlckasuw Na
tions of the Five Civilised Tribes In Ok
lahoma snd not Including the coal and
timber segregations, will bo sold at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder at the
following ttinis. tlnns and places ut not
less than the minimum price stated In
the advertisement: Grady county. Chlck
ssha, 6sS tracts, 37.600 acres, November
2, 3, 4. Stephens county, Duncan, 7.10
tracts, 1,300 acres, November; 6, 7 8;
Jefferson county, Ryan, 703 tracts, 411,400
acres, November 9, hi, II; Iahs county,
Marietta, S64 tiacts. 75. TOO acres, Novem
ber 18. 14. 15. 16; Carter county, Ardmore,
1.178 tracts, B.I.300 acres, November 17. 18,
20, 21. 22. 2.1; Murray county. Sulphur, 363
tracts, 26.000 acres, November 11, 26; Gar
vin county, Paula Valley, 621 tracts, X.M
acres, November 27, 2S, 2!l; MoClaln
county, Purcell, 26 tracts, 14.600 acres.
December 1, 1; Pontotoc county, Ada, 6W
tracts, 4.1,300 acrrs, December 4, 6, 6;
Johnson county, Tishomingo, 664 Irscts,
30,200 acrrs December 7, , 9; Marshall
county. Madlll, 27! tracts, U.500 acres,
December 11; Bryan county, Duiant, 506
tracts, 26,100 acres, December 12, 11; Atoka
county, Atoka, 1,30 tracts 124.000 acres,
December 14, II, 16, Id, ID;' Coal oounty,
Coalgate, 1)09 tracts, 64.000 acres, Decem
ber SH, 21, 12; Hughes county. Calvin 437
tracts, 60.700 acres. December 26. 27; Pitts
burg county, McAlester, 1,630 tracts, 167,
100 acres, December 28, 29 80, lull; Janu
ary 1, 3; Haskell county, Stlgler, 411
tracts, ,10.300 acres, January 3, 4: Latimer
county, Wllburton, llll tracts, 16,010 acres,
January 6: Leflore county. Poteau, 275
tracts, 21. KO acres, January 6; Pushma
taha county. Antlers, 641 tracts, tU.000
acres, January 8, , 10; Choctaw county,
Hugo, bn tracts, Si.f.isj sores January 11,
12. 13; Mci'urtaln county, 'idabell, 7:8
tracts, 64,600 acres, January 16. 16. 17. 18,
r.'12. Not more than 160 acres of agri
cultural and 640 acres of other lands will
bn sold to one person In any one nstlon.
Agricultural lands are those having a
minimum valuation of 18.00 or more per
sere. Terms are 25 per cent at the time
of sate, 25 per cent In twelve months,
and 60 per rent In two years, with 6 per
cent Interest. Payments must be made
In the form of draft or certified check,
payable to J. G. Wright, commissioner.
Upon full payment being made at nny
time deed will Issue. Immediately after
approval of sale certificate of purchase
will Issue and possession ba given, but
cutting of timber or drilling or mining
for minerals thereon will not be per
mitted until full payment of purchase
price. Right ts reserved to reject any or
all bids. For tnfarmatlon apply to the
Commissioner to the Five Civilised Tribes,
Muskogee, Oklahoma, or any of the Dis
trict Agents as to lands within their re
spectlve districts. Lists of these lands
have been prepared by counties, showing
the terms of sale, the description ot ths
various tracts and minimum price. It
will bo Impracticable to furnish each In
quirer all of these, lists, and It Is sug
gested that person desiring such Infor
matlnn spolfy the locality in whloh they
are Interested. Blue prints of the various
counties, showing the location of the land
to bo sold, will be rumislied upon appll
cation to the undersigned upon the pay
ment of 10.50 for eaoh oounfy in the
form of draft or postal money order
J. G. WRIGHT, Commissioner to the
Five Civilised Tribes, Muskogee, Oklu
homn, August 1. If 11,
FORT I1GAN. COLORADO. NOVEM-
ber 20. 1911. Healed proposals. In tripli
cate, will be received here until 10:10 a. m.
December 20, 11111, for the construction of
a new water distributing syetem. Blank
forms for bidders, plans and specifica
tions may be had upon application. The
United States reserves right to accept or
reject any or all proposals or any pait
thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals for the
onslructlon of New Water Distributing
System." and addressed to the construe
ting auartermaater. Fort Logan, Colorudo
T, T. Filssell, Captain and quartermaster,
U. 0. Army, constructing uuartermaster.
IN. U-lA-iO-it. V. 9-10.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received until noon.
December 1, 191L at tha office of the
undersigned, for th construction of a
building at Curtis, J shrn.sk, for th
School of Agriculture. Plan, specifica
tions snd bidding blanks are oil file at
th offlu of Burd 1 Miller, Architect,
734 Brandels Theater Bldg., Omaha, and
th oftlc of secretary of state, Lincoln.
NH-d-lGt secretary of fetal.
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IMON STATION Tenlh nnd Mason
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orrgon Express all 35 pm a 6:10 pm
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Centen'al State Sp'c'l.all :30 pin a 12 25 nm
Colorado Express a s:itu pin a 4.60 pm
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Stromsburg Local b!2:41 pm b 1:30 pm
Chicago, Rock Island st Pari fie
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a s:4.-i pm
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Denver & California.. a 4 10 pm
Pugel Sound Express. a 410 pm
Nebraska poims a 8.20 am
Bl.11 k Hills a 4:10 pm
Lincoln Mall b 1:30 pm
Northwest Express. . .all :3-" pin
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SMUGGLE COOLIES OYER LINE;
Organized System Unearthed by :
M , - 1 1 A . 1
special xeucrtii aBcuv.
BRING CHINESE FROM CANADA ;
Rand Alleged to Hiuna-alo Clitaaei p-
Across llordee bjr Way of Wtnd,
or and Toronto by Plnclosj
Men In Freight Cars.
CHICAGO. Nov. 24. On of tha largest
Chinese smuggling dens unearthed by
federal officers in year was revealed to
day when "Crappy". Nelson was arraigned
before United States Commissioner Foots,
chnrged with bringing Chinamen into thin
country from Canada. Twenty men
oharged with being implicated ln the plot
s under arrest In Chicago, New York;
and Detroit, where the band macie us
heamiuartcra, according to a government
agent who has been working on the case.
Those under arrest In "Chicago are:
"Crappy" Nelson, Lome Stonebeig, Al
bert Arthur, alias "Jlmmla" Oulette;
Oordon Ferris. Moy Blng. wealthy mer- ;r
chant; Chung Hu and Moy Foot. J
Those under arrest In New York are. ;
Wollle Tom, Jock Norn. Nig On. Nina1 '
Back Sun, Nlng Hong Jon, Moy Sal Tlghe. "
wealthy Chinese merchant; Doa Shin,-"09
Ling Hung Seung, Nlng Chung I aim, Ling
Kwonil Fook, Ming Inn, Ching Quong
and Nlng Jung. '
Frank Walsh is under arrest In Vfit "
trolt. V7 1
Special Agent Danneburg, who rr.ada j '
the arrests, wua assisted ln trailing tha 'u
alleged smugglers by his wife, a brldo of
a few months. Ha says the band brought
most of the Chinamen to thla country by
way of Windsor and Toronto, Canada, by
breaking the government' seal on freight
cars a few miles from the border, putting
the men In the cars and then sealing tha
doors again ln such a manner that detec
tion was avoided. According to Special
Agent Danneburg, members of tha gang
received $1,600 for delivering a Chinaman
from China either to Chicago or New
York and that $300 was the amount
charged fur bringing a Chinaman front
Canada to thla country.
The Chinamen, It Is said, arrived at
Vancouver, H, C, where they were put
to work until they had earned their
Later the Immigrant were taken either
to Windsor or Toronto by representative
of the alleged smuggler and brought into
thi country la freight car.
Has Husband Held
On Bigamy Charge
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. Nov. II
Perseverlng use of the malls by a de
serted Nebraska wife has brought C. L.
O'Donnell fuce to face with a charge of
bigamy. Ho was arrested today at Great
Falls, Mont., according to a telofram
received yeslerday by Sheriff .Bhurp, and
will be returned to thla county to stand
trlul for . marrying Mis Pearl Wilson
of Salt Luke City in August. 1910, tvhllo
Kittle Hull O'Donnell, whom he married
at Omaha. In 1305, was living at Lincoln
Tripoli City Under
Siege by the Turks
PARIS, Nov. 24. That the town of
Tripoli is virtually besieged by Turk .
and that Horns Is In no better situation
I the opinion of tha correspondent ot
the Temps, who ha succeeded In join
ing the Ottoman force near Zouagher.
Ills dispatch tell of the Turkish slUo
of the war under date of November 13
"It I certain that after a month ar.d
a half war, after large expenditures
and serious losses, th Italian are no
further advanced than on the day follow
ing their disembarkation. If the Turkish,
force are Inferior ln number to the
Italians, they make up In confidenco
what they lack in numbers.
"I expected to find disorder and dis
couragement. On th contrary, avery
where I met order, discipline and con
tentment. "Patient and ready for everything, ths
Turkish soldier Is accepting all without
complaint. If he suffer he know it is
for the empire of Islam, while the Arab
knows that If h die paradise wltli
Mohammed will be hi."
Bryce Will Not Talk
of Cabinet Position
WASHINGTON. Nov. I4.-Jame Bryce
ambassador of Great Britain to the
Untied States, tonight declined to make
any statement concerning th report from
London lhat Sir Edward Grey shortly
will retire from th office of secretary
for foreign affair of tho British empln
und (.hat Mr, Hryue Is slated to lucceedsv-i
him In th cabinet. Mr. Bryce ba rep
reerrt hi government in Waih'.ci-'u
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