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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1916.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Globe Van and Storage Co,
For real moving service try tie. Large
3-horee padfted vane. Storage, IS month.
.Satlefaetlou guaranteed. Wa move you
QUICKER. CHBAPER AND AFER.
Phono Tyler 230 or rtoufflee 13SS.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
ing. Ill N. 11th 8t Fhona
METROPOLITAN VAN" AND
Careful attention given to orders for
moving, packing or storage; ornce ac nay.
m.id Furniture Co., UU and 116 How
trd it. Phono T 24.
"T " i TT?T7T"
tl. V. XitCiiKi Dacking and storage.
1207 Farnam Doua-laa ana,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
A vary attractive homo especially well
hum: excellent location, near Joslyn's:
offered for eaio for the first time. Thla
i a U-room house. 8 bathroom, garage.
ec. ; large corner lot. Price and full
particular! If Interested.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
lt-lft City National.
i.nwim house Just north of Dodgs t.
on tid St., and 7-room houae juat aotith
of Farnam, on J so. uotn places up-w
date In every particular. For further in
ALFRED THOMAS -
SOS Flrat Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Located west, and convenient to car
line; modem sxoept heat; a bargain If
old thla week; $3,300; S2S0 caah and
122. SO per month. Call Douglas 5074 for
appointment vo inspect.
f i V .'a. J I V VJ -J A
Located west, and convenient to car
line; modern except heat; a bargain If
.. .. a. I. . 1 AA. C9KA ai.ti mrA
old lata wmiti euu
122. B0 per month. Call Douglas 6074 for
appointment w inpm-
N1FTT 7-room strictly modern home. Sac
rifice by owner. Don't fall to aee Inside.
Terms. , 1514 N. 41at.
DUNDEE lot; will build a WELL BUILT
HOME to your orasr. . a. xruiunger,
Phone Benaon lit.
BUNGALOW JUST COMPLETED
Arg llvtaf room, dining room and
kitchen on flrat floor; three large bed-
oak floora throughout; bullt-ln bookcaeea
and buffet; full basement ; everything
complete and up-to-date. Located at
031 Nicholas BLi aaay term.
SCOTT AND HILL CO.,
Doug. 1001. Ground TL McCagua Bldg.
SIM DOWN AND BALANCE 135 A MO.
I rooms, strictly modern bungalow:
brand new; has bullt-ln bookcases, col
onnade openlnga and window seat; oak
finish and oak floora throughout; full
cement basement with furnace heat;
floored attic; south front; close to street
ear, park and acnooi.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Douglaa 1781,
F1v rooms, atrlotly modern, full base
ment, furnaoa heat, oak finish and oak
floora, ntoely papered and latest lighting
fixture. Located suss nor in jbiu oi.
Price 3.ioo. Terms.
NORRIS & NORRIS.
49 Be Bldg.
Pnon Douglaa 421e.
W EAR KB PARK BUNGALOW, Juet cora
sletedf strictly mod.; oak finish, with oak
noon; large kitchen, with built-in cup
board; high-grade lighting and plumb'
Ing fixtures; enamel and tile bath room,
two large bedrooms; full cement base-
mailt; furnace heat; dandy east front lot
rrws tor quick sale, 13,100. Easy terms.
RASP BROS. Doug. 16ES.
THIRTY-THIRD AND FOWLER.
Dandy new cottage, 6 rooms and bath:
strictly modern; fine, real braas fixtures,
good furnace, dandy lot, olose to Mon
mouth park, school and car line. Owner
will take 12,700 for quick sale; S600 cash
win nanaie. must do iom in next ten
days. Phone me.
P. T. TEBBENS.
SOB Omaha Natl. Bk. Bldg. Phone D, 211
NINE -room modern house for only 13.160;
hardwood floors, two bath roome, house
In good order, lot 50x124 ft., with paving
paid for; has a garage; In Kount&e Place,
at 1115 Emmet
W. H. GATES, ,
47 Omaha Nat'l Batik Bldg.
Douglas 1204. Webster 268ft.
A SACRIFICE SALE
tl.TIO BUNOALOW for 13.250. On account
of leaving city will sacrifice our home;
a thoroughly modem, 5-room bungalow,
at 1821 Fowler Ave. Built for home, al
most new, and complete In every detail;
tl,2S0 cash required. Phone Colfax 209S.
11,600 FOR A FIVE-ROOM HOUSE Only
been built a few years; all modem ex
cept heat; $160 down; balance (16 month
ly. Located at 1110 Burdette St.
705 Omaha Nat. Bk. Phone D. 888.
NIFTY, all modern stucco bungalow," flre
place, etc.. In south part of city. Price,
$8,600; easy terms. Colfax 1886.
KOUNTZE PLACE restricted district resi
dence for sale. F. V. Knleat. 8615 N. 11th.
$4,500 BUYS $5,500 HOME
Large living room, dining room, kitchen
on first floor; three fine bedrooms on sec
ond floor; fireplace, bookcases, coat hall,
etc.; beautiful oak fin lab; choice 60-foot
east front lot; owner aays sell; ita a bona
fide sacrifice; who gets It? to see, today
call Harney 4601, or by appointment any
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-8 Om. Nat'l. Bank Bid. Doug. 14T4.
I -ROOM BUNOAIOW.
Oak floora throughout, oak
finish In living and din
ing rooms, largo, light,
white enamel bedroom;
good location; restricted
sddltton, A bargain at
83,160. Eaay term.
BENSON C ARM ICH A EL,
142 Paxton Block- Douglaa 178$.
FIELD CLUB HOME.
A strictly modern home, with 8 room,
bath and sleeping porch; oak finish and
every convenience. East front lot 63i
11$ foot one-half block north of Wool
worth Ave., and In the eholceat part of
the Field club district. Price $7.OU0.
J. H. DUMONT CO.,
418-1$ Keeltne Bldg. Phone Doug. 880,
INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE $400 In
come on price, $2,600, being $ houses, 8
rooms each near high school and
Crelghton college. Also few bungalows,
8100 down, and $ room. $95 down, bal
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO.
WB HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMES
WORTH THE MONEY IN ALL PARTS
OF THB CITY. LIST YOUR PROPER.
TT WITH US FOR RESULTS.
O'NBIL'S REAL ESTATE eV INS. AOCT..
Brnndeli Theater Bldg. Tyler 101..
NEW COTTAGE BARGAIN.
Five room, electlio light full cellar,
larg chicken house, fine well and pump,
cement sidewalks, dandy tot, close to
school, Juat west of Fort Omaha; price
cut to $1,860, small payment down, bal
ance easy payments.
r. I. TEBBENS.
not Omaha Natl. Bk. Bldg. Phone D. till.
Ill DORCAS St.. let 40x110 1700
lilt S. 21th St., lot 1001150 11,100
EERKA MU3IL. D. nil
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
WE HAVE customers for new I, 8 and
7-room houaes that can be sold on eaay
terma. We eell on an average of two or
inrti a week on tills basis. If you want
10 sen, net witn
THE BYRON REED CO.,
111 s. nth.
DOUBLB hetiee and two oottagea, corner
lot, four blooke from 14th atraat car Mao,
en Franklin St. Owrtar anxloua to Mil, or
iraae ror food paper.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
I4 Brand.la Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
SITE FOR $2,250.
Located on Harney ear line; haa south
and east exposure; else 110x100. If yon
are looking for a site to build a flat or
an apartment nave us enow you tnie cor
ner. HIATT COMPANY,
246-7-t Omaha Nat Bk. Tyler 0.
FOR SALE Acre lot, cloae to Elm wood
park, by owner. Beautiful location. Prloe
li.ooo. call Tyler 1741.
After looking at MINNIE LTJflA 80$ dif
ferent buyers decided that It wa the beat
proposition on tha market and they
backed their Judgment by buylns? lota.
If YOU will oome out today you will
nnaeratana way otners are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN 4 CO.
711 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
I dandy yacant lota, V, blook to oar
line; out to ai.vvu eaao lor quloK Bale.
CALKINS at CO.
Douglaa 1111. City Nat. Bank Bids.
FOR SALE or trade, cornar lot, 10th and
uuraatta, ln Mae. to oar. call walnut
1611 or Zd and Hamilton.
CUMINO Near llth St. II or 44' feet
muat ba aold to cloaa eatatA Orlmmol,
umana jNat Bank Bldf.
CLOSE TO TRACKAQB.
Bancroft and 16th, althor undar or l.y.1
with viaduct; lota abutting on Burling.
ton B. H., (660 to 11,000.
GEORGE O. WALLACE. 114 Kaolin.
A good lot for 176.00. 6 food lota for
176.00 oaoh. Cloao to a ear Una. $1 down
ana toe per weak. Box tola. Omaha Boa,
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Go out to Lynnwotd todar and . tb
beautiful lots wo sr. sailing from 146t to
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phon. Doug. 611 1617-1 W. a W. Bldg.
8TAKT IUUK HOME IN BENSON I
BUT THIS LOT I
111.11 down and 110.00 per month; prloe
iua.ua; else, loxlli; located on boeual
St. between Clark and Burn ham. vol
far from achool and car line. Geo. R.
Wright Bee office. Omaha.
$1,000 Two full lota on the northeast cor
ner of Bind and Webster. Ground 100
xI86. Immediately across the 'street
east from the Arthur Cooley borne.
This la restricted district and la only
one block from the car line. Only
on houae can be built on the two
lots. Not another location of equal
site In Dundee will compart with It
for the money. . .
$8,500 South weat corner of list and Cali
fornia. 76x160 ft of ground. Bast
front on top of the hill. Only one
block from the car line, cement
walka and paving on both aides and
all improvements paid for ln full.
This it an unusual opportunity to
get cloae to the car lino and yet be
In one of the finest district In
Dundee. See it today.
Tyler 1838. Roee Bldg.. 18th and Farnam;
BEAUTIFUL FAIRACRES HOME
Located on the high ridge cloae to Dodff
treat, with an expanatv view over the
surrounding country. The location la
one of the beat ln this beautiful diatrict,
having been aelected when thla section
waa flrat laid out. Bealdea the natural
location, much money and thought have
been spent In flower, shrubbery and
trees, making a beauty a pot seldom
equalled. There Is a two-story brick
house on this place, substantially built
and very homelike In arrangement. It
ha eight good-stied room and two
bathrooms. Hot water heating plant.
We will very gladly glva you any fur
ther Information about this place and
will make arrangements for you to see
It If Interested.
GEORGE AND COMPANY,
902 City National Bank Bldg. Doug. T68.
A "peach' of a house, located on Dodge
St. between 48th and 48th HU., practically
new, strictly mod., living room, with fire
place, dining room and kitchen on first
floor; four bedrooms and bath on second.
Let us show you this.
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
lit City Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 4$.
Six rooms and sleeping porch; modern
ln every way; first-class repair; oholce
location; Immediate possession; for ahort
time will make price of $4,000. Terms.
Call owner. Doug. 482$. or Walnut 8078.
E-ROOM bungalow In Dundee, all stucco,
for aale by owner, 14.760; brand new; $200
cash, balance like rent. Box 475$, Bee.
1$5-ACRB farm at a great big bargain. See
Nethaway, Florence, Neb. Tel. Flo. Ha.
5-ROOM residence. South Side, $1,800; $60
eaan, balance lift per montn. .uoug. si.
11 ACRES. II mllea from Omaha. 1100. M
par aorei termai aome exchange. Arcner
Realtr. ISO Brands). Bids.
S-A. Blk. In Falracrea; new Brownell Hal)
dlatrlot. c. J. canan. uecasue Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'ty
FOR BALE IMzlll; facea thre. atreete:
near new Ford building ; aplendid manu
facturing alte. Addreaa B-.ll. Bee.
REAL ESTATE Investment
NO BtAN ever got rich on a eelerr. You
oan inveet a amau or large eum wltn
Borne Builder., and you are guaranteed
T per cent en your Inveatment flherea
new 11.10 each. Safe, profitable Invest
ment. No apeoulatlon.
HOME BUILDSRS, INC.
17th and tiouglaa. Phone Doug. 1011.
101 Kaeluie Bldg. Doug. 1171.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
IVi A., lightly, S2d and Orow, 11,100 1 Itt
A. on paved St., 11,000; 1 A., Ill and
Paclno, 12.000 caah. Doug. 1117.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 5 and $-roomed houses that
can be sold for $100 cash, balsnos $1$
per month: glva complete description Srst
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1820 Famam St Tel. Doug. 1044.
OUR specialty handling; property for out-of-town
OALLAOHEJAJELSON. Omaha. Neb.
HAVE buyers for small houses and' lots in
North Omaha, Writs 5062, es.
Periistent Advertising Is the Road
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands, Etc
WE HAVE a few Rret-claaa apartment
bulldlnge to be exchanged for farms. It
Is a fact that very few better Invest
ment can be found than Income prop
erty In Omaha. Values are Increasing,
rentals are assurea.
Heatings dt Hoyden. 1014 Harney.
WANTED To exchange desirable residence
properties In Orand Island and Nebraska
lands, all clear, well seoured first mort
gages and cash, for a good brick bust
ness property In a growing and well
established city In Nebraska. V. S. Land
and Loan Company, Bos $04, Orand
BEE WANT ADS GAINED lt.BIt MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained In flrat seven months 1914,
Good result at lees
cost Is the reason why.
FINE Brown county, Nebraska, ranch Is
traae ror good lumber yarn or nan) war.
or both combined; fine water, grass and
hay; extra good Improvements; well
stocked with cattle, horses and machinery.
Aoqreaa n-toe. Bee.
13-R. mod. residence; paving paid; want
5-r. mod. bungalow as flrat payment; bal
ance easy term. Morgan. Doug. 4ITI.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
COLORADO land excursion poatponed on ac
count of strike. Make Inquiry. Netha
way, Florence, Neb.
40, 10 OR 160 ACRES GOOD, HEAVY
soil, well settled part of Tudd county,
Minn., good roads, schools and churches.
price $16 to $30 per acre; terms $1.00 per
acre casn. balance ii.oo per acre a rear.
5,000 acres to select from. Agents wanted;
win mane a low railroad rate to inapeot.
Bcnwab Bros., 1021 Plymouth Bldg.. Mln
AN HONEST AD
Hen ask us, "If your land la as good
as you say it la, why Is It so cheap 7"
The honest answer Is, Speculators picked
up this land years ago and have not Im
proved It The cattlemen also, who have
the run or thla land free, have die'
eouraged settlers from coming In and
locating. Now the speculator la ready to
ell at a fair price, and the cattlemen
are well fixed and the country is now
ready and open for settlers, men who will
farm this land a It ahould be, and they
win mane a mucn. if not mors money.
all things considered, as back oast on
tne high prioed land. Just think of It,
our small grain Is making 1$ to $$ bu.
this year at $1.16 par, and wo have a very
fine aiand of corn, and yet thla has been
the driest year for twenty veara When
you can buy land that will produce as
mis is aoing, wun nogging it m metn
ode, don't you think It a good Investment T
Heavy black loam soli, with clay subsoil.
only $16 to $15 an acre. Wo raise alfalfa
and all other grass and grain that la
raised In the saat. No purer water, and
plenty of It; good schools, churches, mar-
xets, teiepnones; a good class of neoD e.
County fair and chautauaua and lyceum
annually, and Grant, the county seat, Is
a gooa, growing town, with electric light
and water works. This is an honest ad. be
boneat with yourself and come and see
If there la such a thing aa an honest
real estate man. Agents wanted In
every county. Dave Hhuter Co.. Grant, Neb.
140 AND 10-ACRE Johnson oonntv. Nh
ikirnsj wu improvea. a Bargain ln lm-
provea sv in aarpy jo.
$1$ S. 17th.
LAND NEAR OMAHA FOR SALE.
6)4 A., very choice land. Juat N. W.
Benson. Belongs to bank. Muat sell. A
bargain. See me for pries and terms.
J. A. ABBOTT. 4 Patterson Blk.. City.
FOR SALE -480 acres Improved land In
uarneid county. Nebraska. Price and
terms right Address Box 211, Broken
FARM" for sals by owner; choice 220-aers
riia, n. bi, nma. ; una improvements
terms to suit Address T, 501 Bee.
NEBRASKA farms, all parts of state; prices
fiv w flow par acre. W . x, SMITH CO.,
$14 City National Bnk Bldg. Doug. .Ill,
$0 ACRES of good farm land near rmh
rncs is rignc & r. Hostwick Son, 10$
160 ACRES, fine, level, well located, $7,000
improvements. J. motions. Elk horn, Neb.
$37 ACRES of mountain land In Marlon
county, Tennessee, well sdapted to stock,
fruit, garden, vegetables, etc. Amos L.
urirritn, Jaaper, Term.
UPPER WISCONSIN Beet dairy and gen-
rai crop aiaie in me union, settlers
wanted; lands for sals at low prices on
easy terms; excellent lands for stock
raising. Ask for booklet lb on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; state aores wanted.
If Interested In fruit landa, aak for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land Com
mlssloner Soo Railway, Minneapolis, Minn.
GET Uteratur end maps on th cheapest
gooa isna in unnea states.
BAKER dt TILLOTSON.
ICth and Douglas St,. Omaha. Doug, ml,
ACREAGE to 6-A. tracts on oar line.
ussy terms, u. it. comns, in Hraadela
Then. Bldg. Doug. SOU.
Real Estate, Loins, Mortgage!.
Drawing 7 pet. intereit, payable
semi-annually: due in 3 or 5 years.
Secured by 160 acres level farm
land in northeastern Colorado, near
the Nebraska line, valued from $2,
000 to $2,500.
E. T. Heyden, 1614 Harney St Ty. 50.
1 PER CENT to 1 per cent on heat olaaa oltr
realoeaee, in .mounts 11,000 up; aleo farm
loam. Reaaonabte commlMtona.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1111 F.rnam St.
11,101 MORTQAOB, bearlna 7 per cent ml-
ann. ; aecured by property valued at IM00.
Tatmag-e-Loomla lnr. Co., W. O. W. Bid,.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
101$ Omaha Nat. Phone Douglas K718.
MONEY to loan on Improved farmaand
ranchea. We also buy good farm mort-
Kiok inv. Co., Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. McOARRT.
it Eg LINE BLDG. TEL. RED 4$44.
$100 to $.5,000 made promptly. D," Wead,
Wead Bldg.. Uth and Famam BLa.
REAL ESTATE "loans, 4 per' cent. " See
D. E. BUCK A CO..
$12 Omaha Nat. Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM.
CITY and farm loana, $, 54, pr cent
J. H. Dumont A Co., 414 Keeltne Bldg.
MONEY on hand for city " and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
Natl. Hank Bldg.
FARM and city loana, 1-IU and I per cent
w. it. Tnomae, .ooiino mqg. Doug. l,s.
C .4. HONEY HARRISON eV MORTON
111 Dm. ha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Abstracts of Title.
flno-rantaa Abatract Co. We oan bring
VJUdl dilute 40wn your abatract on
ahort notlee. R. 7, Patteraon Rldg. D. 2147.
Uar Title, Ouarantee and Abetraet Co.,
r 106 s. 17th St. ground floor.
Bonded by Maw. Bonding and Ina. Oo.
REBD ABSTRACT CO.. oldeet ab.trXoi lf"
Mfoe JnwN.braaka.wM101 Brand.la Theater.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
OOOD "milk" odw for sals cheap. Phone
bouih ii ti.
Wagon umbrellas. 11.00. Wagner. 101 If. lth.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
MOW la the proper time for your blrda to
anea reataora. "axing ana Moulting reed,"
lie per box, la what be needo now. llaz
Oelaler Bird Co,
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
STOLEN Automobile. $60 reward; light
Bulok. sti-oyltnder, 1414 model. License
number 1061 -Nebraska; engine number
191444; frame number on front 119447
Equipped with three F1retone tlrea. one
Goodyear and aleo one Ftreetone on the
rear of the car on an extra rim. Identltl
cation marks are a buckle In the metal
body In front of the left rear door; top
boot Is patched; gaa tank bee a small
dent on the top: top Is slightly torn In
the roar panel near the bow. Addreaa
owner, Paul Peterson, telephone D-12B0 or
Walnut-$10. Brandeia Theater Bldg..
Firs, Theft and Liability at lowest rates.
KILLY. ELLIS A THOMPSON,
412-14 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 1811
BEFORE yon buy look these oars and prloe
over, it win pay you well!
Chevrolet Roadster $59
191$ Indian Motorcycle, food as new. 174
C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
1114 Famam. Douglas $9$,
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
l$09 Famam. Douglaa $$10.
Ford Roadster $1T5
Cole Touring 660
Overland Touring 9T4
Bulok B 9$ Roadster 415
BEE WANT-ADS GAINED 19.599 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained in met seven montos .11.
Good results at lees
oost Is ths reason why!
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY -O'BRIEN AUTO CO.,
1114 14-11 Famam it
WE will trad yoo a new Ford tor your old
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO.,
90th and Harney. Dour- $151.
R. C. H. light touring oar, late 1914 mode).
CROBSTOWN OAF. AG HI. PQUf.
ltl FORD touring; excellent condition
$290 cash; no trades. Box $709. Be.
Ford touring oar and some cash for 1914
Overland. Aak tor Mr. rarrar, oei rar
Auto Storage and Garages.
DON T tnrow away oca urtw. " w iw
new lire irom mu uii.s ssii j"
... . I Viilra.nl,nsr Cft IKIl rsV
Mr PRUT auto roDalrlng, "aervlce car al
ways) ready." Omaha Garage, $010 Harney
Auto Repairing and Paintingj
$100 reward for magneto ws can't repair.
Colls repaired, uayaaonor. miv v.
NEB Auto Radiator Repair Service and
e a at a in. a n Tien
pncM runt, m o. ui m..
Auto Tires ndugpjjct
$5,000 STOCK of Pennsylvania tires, 9r"
anieea e,vvw mus,,
prices ny Duo Tire wo., in ibiwii.
SEE us for bargains In standard makes.
Expert lire repairing. ,wui
Motorcvclea and Bicycles
hTrlEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains in uwa maonin. "
Motoroycle Msn." 170$ Leavenworth.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Emma M- Chr!stenen to Anne
Johanna unnsteneen, aim
feet east of Twentieth street, south
-14. inllTlll $
Isaao'c. Miller and wife to Daniel T.
Shea, Bras me street, .iu
mvtv.a.nonil BOUth Side. 60x1 20 . .
Charla L. MatUon to Ellen Newlon,
northwest oorner t niriy-in.ru ma
T .nnnrt tatraette. 92x79
Thomaa W. Blackburn and wife to J.
L. Tennant soutneasi corner wu
ty -eighth avenue and Fort Omaha.
90xl22H . 1,
J. B. Koaol and wife to jonn J. no-.
gac, TJltrty-secona a.rk, -v
feet south Frederick street east
Jensle O. Franrlsco and husbana to
Joseph H. Tetivs, l-wsniyseconu
street, 100 feet north of O street,
amt sildM 100x190
Adolph Moskowlta and wife t al, to
Airaira Mutter compinji wouluwwi
corner Eleventh and Capitol ave
Anna O. Berg and husband to unriat
B. Chnstenaen ana win, cniaweu
street, HO feet west of Twenty-sev-nth.
south Bids. 60197
Fred Chrleteneen and wife to David B.
Buck, Main etreet o teet went oi
Halcyon avenue, north aide, 60x129
Rasp Bros, to Fannie Friedman, Cas-
leler street, mu feet waei. or rwen
ty -ninth street, south side. 90x116..
Laura A. Hamilton to Mornlngald
Land company, southeast corner
Burnham and Seward atreets, 93. Ix
POLICE TO PROTECT
KIDDIES FROM ADTOS
Gas Bike Oops Detailed to Sec
that Motorists Drive Slow
CHIEF ASKS CO-OPERATION
Chief of Police Dunn has issued
orders to his motorcycle policemen
to enforce the traffic regulation per
taining to motor vehicles passing
school buildings. He also would ask
motorists to co-operate by observing
these regulations. Slow down signs
will be placed in front of schools.
This was done last year.
We believe co-operation all aroui;.! i
will bring results, but we intend io
enforce the regulations wrien neces
sary, said the chiet.
Must Observe Regulations.
"The speed limit for automobiles
passing school buildings is eight miles
per hour," observed Captain Henry
Heitfeld, of the police department,
when he was completing arrange
ments for the protection of the little
folks on the opening of the fall term.
With schools ODening. special officers
and police have been detailed to the
vicinity of the various school houses
to watch automobiles and drivers of
other vehicles to see that they obey
The oolice are going to "make it
hot" for the men who violate traffic
regulations near the schools, and
extra prosecution will be employed to
see that their punishment is heavy,
Captain Heitfeld said. Particular at
tention will be paid to the down town
"What and Why" Contest
Is Postponed One Week
The "what and why" contest of the
Commercial club is not to be decided
until September 14. The committee
having this in charge held a special
meeting and decided to postpone the
date from September 6 to the later
This is the contest in which reaions
are to be offered as to what kind
of factory would best succeed in
Umaha, and why. 1 he reason given
for the postponement of the close of
the contest is that the schools and
business colleges are now jut open
ing, and it has been indicated to the
committee that many of the students,
particularly those or the business col
leges, will be anxious to compete.
BULLISH TREND IN
OMAHA GRAIN TRADE
Aftermath Influences of Recent
Labor Troubles Send
Wheat Prices Up.
CLOSE TO YEAR'S HIGHEST
The adjustment of the labor con
troversies that existed between the
railroad managers and the trainmen
made itself felt on the Omaha Grain
exchange. Wheat made an advance
of 5 to 7 cents over the closing price
of last Saturday, selling at $1.46
1.50 per bushel, spot, with the De
cember and May options 3 to 5 cents
higher. In fact cash wheat came
pretty near to touching the high mark
of the year. Receipts were heavy,
there being 224 carloads on sale.
Corn was strong to a half cent
higher, selling at 0 cents a bushel,
while oats were still stronger, the gain
being 1 to 134 cents, selling at 43A
4454 cents per bushel. There were
forty-one csrs of corn and sixty-five
cars ot oata on sale.
Stocks Show Increase.
Stocks in storage in Omaha ele
vators continue to increase, having
reached over 30,000,000 buihels more
than on the corresponding date of a
year ago. In bushels, now and one year
ago, stocks in storage are al toiiows:
Now. Tear Are.
. .. 111.000 118.000
... Ill, 000 106.000
Total 1.441,010 114,001
Chiefly Wheat and Oats.
The total increase is 3.084.000 bush
els and It will be noted that it is
lamely wheat and oats. Dealera assert
that while there is an enormous for
eign and domestic demand, the high
prices have been such an incen
tive to farmers to sell, that it has
been impossible to get the grain out
as fsst as it has come in.
With the railroad labor situation
practically cleared up and the foreign
demand increasing, instead of dimin
ishing, local dealers assert that they
can see no reason why gram prices are
going to be much lower in tne near
Highest at Chicago.
Sent. 5. Heavy buying on
the part of large houses forced the
value of wheat today sharply higher.
In some cases the advance amounted
to 6V4 cents a bushel, the September
delivery touching $1.51 K. against
$1.45 at the close on Saturday.
Although the settlement oi tne rail
way strike was partly respomible, at
tention chiefly centered on a state
ment by a leading expert that the con
dition of the domestic spring crop at
harvest was the lowest ever known.
According to another authority, the
1916 croo in the United States was
25,000,000 bushels, under bread and
seed requirements, ana suowea no
surplus for export.
"Y. M." to Hold Receptions
For Boys of omana
The hnvi' rleoartment of the Young
Men's Christian association has issued
invitations to most of the boys of
Omaha from 10 to 16 years old, to at
tend one. of a series of ten afternoon
parties and receptions to be held at
the aainciation building, beginning
Thursday afternoon, and continuing
until the end ot next wee.
The bovs of the South Side, who
have no building, are being taken care
of as well as possible under the direc
tion ot h. t. Merman, tn cnarge ot
the boys' work in that district. Mr.
Herman is organizing clubs tn
churches and halls and is superin
tending the activities of these clubs
and teaching English to classes of for
eigners who are eager to learn.
Mr. Herman and K. M. flower will
meet the leaders of the boys' clubs
and the social workers in the district
Thursday evening to make more plans
for the program this winter.
September 4th to 8th
For this occasion the ROCK ISLAND offer the following excellent
LEAVE ARRIVE LEAVE
OMAHA LINCOLN LINCOLN
8:30 a. m. 10:20 a. m. 9:30 a. m.
1:30 p. m. 3:22 p. m. 1:45 p. m.
3:45 p. m. 6:00 p. m. 4:05 p. ra.
11:16 p.m. 1:02 a.m. 12:02 a. m.
Through trains make no intermediate stops.
'Stops at Fair Grounds.
September 5th, 6th and 7th.
LEAVES OMAHA 7:30 A. M. ARRIVES LINCOLN 9:30 A. M.
Returning, Leaves Lincoln 7 P. M., Stops at Fair Grounds.
SHE WOULD HAVE WOMEN
"MAN" THE RAILROADS.
a-JJSS CASOHHI KATXCMSTCIN,
Mils Caroline Katzenstein of Phil
adelphia executive secretary of the
Equal Franchise society, says that If
the girls and women of Europe can
take up the usual work of their fight
ing men, even to the running of
trains, there is no reason why the fair
sex of America should not do the
same or even better. Miss Katzen
stein said that if girls replaced the
striking trainmen as conductors and
brakemen, they would have to wear
a fitting costume. Bloomers, she
thought, would be advisable.
Go to Hastings for
All the twelve active Methodist
ministers in Omaha and some of those
retired will go to Hastings next week
to attend the Nebraska conference,
which opena Wednesday. Bishop
Homer Muntz will preside.
Rev. U. G. Brown, district superin
tendent, states that, one of the princi
pal things to come before the confer
ence will be the establishment of an
endowment fund for the retirement
of aged and ineapicatated ministers.
A fund of $500,000 may be set as the
goal to be reached in Nebraska for
Some changes in Umaha Methodist
pulpits are contemplated. The Trinity
Methodist congregation's pastor, Rev.
John W. Poucher, is in Texas with
the Nebraska troops. His charge-will
be kept open for him for two or three
months longer if he is likely to return
in that time. If he does not. he will
be well provided for when he does
Potato Yield in Western
Nebraska Above Average
Burlington officials are in receipt of
advices from the potato-producing
area of western Nebraska,' Colorado
and Wyoming, indicating that all
through these districts the crop will
be above average, and many of the
producers believe the yield will be
200 to 250 bushels per acre.
1 he same advices from the west in
dicate that in northwestern Nebraska
the average yield of wheat is twenty
three bushels per acre, grading No. 2
hard and fetching a good price on the
local market. Farther west, and on
the Casper division In Wyoming,
wheat is turning out around an aver
age of twenty-seven bushels per acre.
Do SnmethlBa for Tour Cold,
At the flrat alsn of a couth or eold take
Dr. Bell's Plno-Tar-Honer. Tou won't suf
fer long. ISO. All druggists.--Adv,
SEPTEMBER 7TH-OMAHA DAY
Regular Fares Will Apply
Obtain Tickets at City Ticket Office, 14th and Farnam,
, W. 0. W. Building, or Union Station.
J. S. McNALLY, D. P. A. ' ,
Lincoln Attorney to
Tell of "Y" Activities
On Mexican Border
All relatives and friends of the
Omaha guardsmen now at Camp
Llano Grande, Texas, are urged to
come to a meeting at the Young
Men's Christian association Wednes
day evening, when Roscoe C. Ozman,
a Lincoln attorney who has just been
appointed one of the secretaries at
the camp, will tell of the work which
is being done by the association for
the soldier boys. He will accept any
gifts which Omahans wish to send to
the soldier boys, either to individuals
or to the organizations as a whole.
L. A. Seligson Dies Monday
In Cell at the City Jail
When Turnkey John Brady, mak
ing the rounds of the city jail Monday
afternoon, passed the cell occupied
by L. A. Seligson. alias Fred Nelson,
he noticed that the latter was lying
on the floor. Investigation disclosed
the fact that Seligson was dead.
The man had walked into the po
lice station in the morning and eid
he was on the verge of delirium trem
em After being administered a
treatment by police physicians, Selig
son was locked up in a cell at hit own
request. The coroner took charge of
PRICES AND CREDIT
We are aelltnf hlsjh trade Diamonds,
Watrhes and Jewelry on credit, for leas
than you find anywhere elas tn the coun
try, By "leas" ws do not mean simply
low prices, but ws mean a combination of
three thinie: (1) Low Prices. (K) Re
markabla valuea for the money spent.
(1) Our tlbeial credit terma payments
so issy that the most mod. at salary can
meet them. Tour credit every honest
peiYon'a firedlt Is iod with Loftls Bros.
A Co. No red tape to go through--
em bar raisin z dMalln everything confi
dential. You pay tn small amounts, week
ly or monthly, a.i aulia your onnvenlenoe.
Ring, 14k solid
gold, Loftla "Per
fection" mounting .... Tw
$1 a Week.
No. 4 Man's Dia
mond Ring, wrong
tooth mounting, 14k
olid goio, TKR
$1.68 a Week
KM HI .K MR
We ferry a rwat complete ssaortmsnt
of Emblem Charms, Buttons, Ptns and
Hinge for all Fraternal Organ! rations.
Prlre and terma to null any puree,
Open Dally to I . m. turdayo Till 9t30
Call or writs for illustrated eataloej No.
90S, Phone Douglaa 1444 and our salsa
man will sail.
a -X "4 JM i
11:30 a. m.
3:45 p. m.
5:47 p. m.
1:50 a. m.
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