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    THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1916,
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FOR RENT HOUSES
Miscellaneous.
WlTRtVF. WHAT VOV WANT.
HDVSKS jNO CoTTAilES,
PARTLY MODERN.
.r HOI Maple Bt I .00
MODKllN KXCEPT HKAT.
l-r. 4907 N. 29th St.. a rood cot
tase. hsvtna- olectrle Uahla. araa
and Military plumbing 18.C-0
i-f. 2110 Saratoaa St.. strictly mod-
am In .vary respect xcpj bat.. 30.90
4-r. 21 N. 27lh 8t .. 18.M
1-r. 2799 Seward St 12.60
STKIOTLT MODERN.
-r. 313 Howard St, choice de
tached hmiM In first-class resi
dence district. 930. or with garage 22.90
7-r. 917 S. 26th St.. strictly modern,
first-class condition, within wslk-
Ins dtatanca to buslnsss canter... 21.00
. 1-r. 8909 N. Hth St 10.00
-r. 999 Park Ave.; will decorate
to ault tenant and Imtall elactrlo
lights, bargain 26.00
l-r. 1717 Park Avs.. good brick
dwalllng. nswly decorated through
out and In first-class resldenoe-
aactton 22.00
t-r. Ill N. 10th St 84.00
11-r 2691 Harnay St., cholca brick
dwalling. well arranged for keep
ing roomers and boardera; very
close In 00.00
11-r. 111 B. 29th St 71.00
WE HAVE .OTHERS. SEE OUR COM1
FLKTE LIST BEFORE RENTING.
PORTER 4 81IOTWKLL,
. 302 S. 17th St Doug. (012.
FOR RENT Ap'H and Flat
West
YOU'VE SEEN NOTHING BETTER
CLOSE IN.
East half of double brick house to let
T rooms and rec. ball; oak woodwork,
high-class fixture! and decoration; extra
large porch; $46. See owner next' door at
8ZZ3 CkDltol Ave. Phone R. 4102
VERT choice 6-room t earn-heated apart'
ment on west Farnam 8L
v Tit K US rooms
nd bath, near II tl I
nay Very deatrabie. Ocljr lis. Brneal
Bwet. New Hamilton. t 14TI.
MUcellaneouf.
.POUR-ROOM, ateam heat, janitor service.
crose -in. Hen' $20.60. Heat furnished.
Three-room. Rnt (16.50. Heat furnished.
RENTAL DEPT., 411 Rose Bldg. Ty. -487.
Eishl-room modern brick, only 13a.
WRIGHT LASBURT, D. IM.
FOR RENT Business PrVty
Stores.
, (ART 107 STth. steam heat,
46.00.
SOT S. 13th, brick, with basement, IS0.00.
JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglass 654.
fWO modern stores near poslofflce, 60 and
170. 'J. e. Sttbblns. 1810 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
t&tfIUABLK office rooina :n the re mutinied
Crounse Block, lit N. 16th St. (opposite
postofftca), 110 to If 16 per month. Conrad
Tou:.g. MSBranaeia Theater iMug ioji
CHOICE OFFICE SPACE, Da.rd Bldg.. 17th
and Douglas. McOasue Inv. Co.
Miscellaneous.
FOR RENT In wholesale district, building
formerly occupied by National Printing
Co., at bv9-U So. i:th St. 4 floors, 44x66
, zeet. Well constructed. Steam beat. Reas
onable rent.
BENSON ft MYERS CO.,
' 424 Omaha NaL Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT Lar Two-story storage house.
Excellent trackage and other co,.velences
witntn business section. Bos 6 sets. Bee.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Houses and Flats.
WHAT have you for rent In the way
of four, flv and six-room modern
up-to-date apartments? Prefer
ence will be given to those In better
districts of the city. Want to deal
direct with owners. No agents. Tele
phone Douglas 1018.
, WANTED listing on cottages or houses to
rent or sell on easy payments. Have cus
tomers waiting. Inquire 413 Karbacn
Block. Douglas 360,. ,
MOVING AND STORAGE
PI RBP; .OOF WAREHOUSE.
Separata locked rooms tor household
goods and planoa; mov'ng. tacking and
. shlpptiig-
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.
102 8. 10th St Douglas 41(1.
FIDELITY Kl FREE
Phone Dougias I8 for complete
., list of vaca.il bouses and apart--;
menta, ulao for storage, moving
16th and Jackson Sts.
uaciilna and storage,
i Lviue-iiis a us.
OloDe, Van and Storage Co.
' For real moving service try us. Large
horse padded vans Storage. II month.
Satisfaction guaranteed We move you
QUICKER, CHEAPER AND BAFP.R.
Phone rjlH'ISJ or DouKlas 4328. -
GOKDON .VAN CO.
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
Packing, -atorags
tng 21, N. HID
Dous-laa ,a
and mov.
St Pbone
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
STORAGE CO.
Careful atuattou gives to orders (of
moving, t-cklng or storage; office al Ray.
toond Furniture Co.. nil and 18U How
ard 8r Pbons n ii2t.
Maggard
Van and two mea
11.316 oer hour.
Van and Storage Co. Moving, packing
storage and shlpclng Phone Doug 1411
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West.
WEST FARNAM HOME
SACRIFICE.
On account of death In the faintly, the
owner of thla 7-room, strictly modern
borne Is compelled to sell. Oak finish,
oak floors throughout, uullt-lii fireplace
and bookcases. Dandy sleeping porch.
Full cement basement, furnace heat
.Paved atreet. paving paid. Can lie halt
dtrd on easy terina Elegant location.
-This Is nearly new and I block from far
nam car line. Sue this rlghl away. If
Interested.
'PAYNE INVESTMENT CO,
OMAHA NAT. BK. I1I.DO D. 1711.
WEST FARNAM
DISTRICT
Atfwm fif.iisW mat nnrk uf f "SnA
llswaa l.HA Saftfl 3.('.tsl-n h,1UH tlaait an.s.tka
or rarnam. on s. tfjto pcea up-to
ate icr mty patiicuisr. Far further la
formation see
Aj.rKK.Li THOMAS
Ml'St SELL CATmVDRAL'jjlSTRICf!-
Two new, modern lioniAs, one 7 and one
,-room. uak and birch finish. All built
in feature.. Very bent ma'.erlai and work
manshlp Close In. llest buy In Omaha
OWNER. D. 1E3.
Bum Homes.
PHONK BKNeoN 1J3.
K. S. Trulllnuer.
SCt LINCOLN BLVD.
strictly modern. Mtb
Douglas 1 8 in.
U -room house.
Ho: water heat
Nort!k
" LESS THAN COST
KOUNTZE PLACE
DISTRICT
A traco1. ali modi-rn l-rdom house, lo
ratcd on a large corner, with beautiful
shade .r'je. Thv first floor Is finished la
settled oak; four corner bedrooms and
an oxtra large sleeping porch second
floor: fall cemented baoment; hot water
hfatliig piar.t. Thiv plac-o cost about
48.100, but we ?an sell It for much less.
Phonu us at once, for It's a snap
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Doug. 75tf. 902 City Nat. Bank Bidg.
MUST BE SOLD
THIS WEEK.
Must sell my 7-room modern homo, lo-
Pl,tce, and If sold before we move wUl
give It aw&y for $3,250; all Uxea paid.
Splendid furnace, with best oil burner at
tachment. Irge lot, 60x124; all paving
tald; garage. If interested see me at
I'lace,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
North.
3019 LARIMORE.
A fine little 2-room home, well built.
A lull cemented basement. Thla Is prac
tically new. $1,200 will buy; only 1100
caah. balance 112 per month. Call Tyler
.0 nd ask for Mr. Glealng. Office open
eveblnga, 7 till 9.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 HARNEY STREET.
SPECIAL BARGAIN.
13 and 424 North l,th street -cools
vard; two houses, with 1120.00 annual
r-ntal, large lot, oloaa In. Want offer at
S. P.
Tyler loot.
BOSTWICK a SON,
toil Bm Bldg.
NEW BUNGALOW.
A five-room, strictly modern bunga
low, with oaib. It la finished In oak.
up-to-da,e bullt-ln feature, and light
ing fixture., full basement: larg. aula
Mated at 9129 North 2Mb St Prtoe,
2,160. Bssy term. .
NORRIS & NORRIS.
too Baa Building. Phone Douglas 497a.
stE my beautlrul. brand new Miliar pari
bungalow for 92.100 Easy terms Close
to toooi ana carnn. coiray. 1229.
7-ROOM HOUSE IN NORTH PART; COST
97,000; SELL AT 24.200. ADDRESS 6499.
KOUNTZK PLACE rertrtctod tlatrtot
dene for sals r V Knleat. 9919 N 19th.
FOR SALE t acres Improved. Col 1949
South.
CHOICE RESIDENCES
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT
W have ttro eleaant alx ttnrl mmh
room dwellings, brand new, built by day
labor, all ready to move right Into; two
blocks from beautiful Hanacom Park, near
Windsor school and West side car. These
unusuaiiy attractive dwellings, fin.
Ished in oak, press brick foundation large
full also basement; three nice, large bed
rooms and bath upstairs In each; large
living room downstairs; one house haa ran
room, the other fireplace; both have otner
attractive features that we'll not attempt
to explain, but will be glad to ahow them
to you upon appointment. We can arrange
-.t mui.neiory verms.
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Doug. IPO. Ground Floor McCague Bldg.
FlVfc KOOMS-NEW
All modern in every detail; living and
dining roon; all oak finish. wth built-in
bookcases, pantry vtth elaborate cop
board's; Icebox room;- full basument with
floor drain, shades, vlectrlc fixtures and
screens; an lurnisnea. This is a real bar
gain at IK.760; 1600 uti. balance 01
terms to ault Others ak as much as
,iu- Lfooaiea ai leio Deer park Blvd.
lci am snow you m week.
TRAVKR 4.UU&,
70ft Omaha Nat. Bk. Doug.
Evenlnga Web. 481.
6-ltOOi! BUNGALOW.
Oak floors throughout, oak
finish la living and dia
log rooms, large, light,
white enamel bedreotma;
good location, restricted
sedition A bargala t
$I,16A. Easy terms.
BENSON CAKsllCHAKU
4t Pax ton Hioch Dougiaa itss.
aoUSEH WANTaUf
WK HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMES
WORTH THE MONEY IN ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY. LIST YOUR PROPER.
TY WITH US FOR RESULTS.
J'NBIL'S REAL ESTATE INS. A OCT.,
firandels Tbester Bldg Trier to?.
1410 CENTER St.. (-room, new, modern
home, walking distance. Terma.
BERK A A M'JSIL. Deug. 6f7.
Miscellaneous.
PUBLIC AUCTION,
8-room Modern House, Located zt
. 212 North 22d Street,
Will be sold at Public Auction
Friday, Sept. 29, at 10 a. m. sharp.
This -well built house must be
moved and will likely go at -a
great sacrifice. Is finished la V
oak downstairs and la modern.
If you have a vacant lot that
you would like to have a good
house on, now is your time to
buy the house.
N
Sale takes place at above address
N Friday, Sept. 29, at 10 a. m.
JAMES L. DOWD,
Auctioneer.
DO YOU WANT A PRETTY
HOME?
92x100 CORNER; SOUTH AND
EAST FRONTAGE.
Tou ean't find a prettier place; -room
house, oak floors and finish, beautifully
decorated; exterior of house recently
painted; ornamental shrubbery around the
entire lot, shade trees and flowers. Thla
property has been the home of present oc
cupant since It waa built a few years ago,
and It shows that good care. Garage In
the rear. Street paved and paid in full.
We want you to see this property It
will please you.
HIATT COMPANY,
146 Omaha Nat'l Bank. Tyler SO.
$4,500
A THOROUGHLY MODERN
HOME
of sIk rooms, near Field club; finished !n
oak first floor. Dandy fireplace. Three
bedrooma. In walnut, mahogany and birch
finish; full brick foundation. Entirely
up-to-date In every detail.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
101-2 Una, Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doutla 2474.
CLOSE IN.
SIX-ROOM MODERN bungalow near
Field Club; eaat front; paved street; hot
water heat; a bargain at $1,800. 10 per
cent down, balance monthly payments.
Douglas &074.
GOOD 8-room modern house for only $3,60.
Hardwood floors, both up stairs and down,
aleei-'lng rooms finished in white enamel
eleotrlo light, 00-foot corner lot, a good
nome, wen located.
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha Nat. Bank Bidg.
Doug. 1204, Webster 2688.
INVESTMENTS, INSURANC7 4400 In.
tome on prloc 99,600. 'lelng 9 houses.
rooms es,:b near high school and
I'retguton college. Alao 9 and 4-room
bungalows. 9200 down, and two 3 rooms.
,04 down, balanoe monthly.
CHAS E. WILLIAMSON CO.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
West.
CATHEDRAL District. 10ilJ8. eaat front on
41st Ave.; nonresident owner saotiflelng
ror quicK sale at ,700. This is a bargain.
Glover A Spain. Doug. 8962.
North.
AFTER looking at HINNE LUSA 200 dif
ferent buyers decided that It wis the best
proposition on the msrket and they
backed their Judgment by buying lata
If TOU will corns out today you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
Tyler 187.
749 Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE.
9 dandy vacant lot. tiock to oa
tfn. out to 91.0,0 easb lor quick sale.
CALKINS CO..
Douglas 1921. City Nat. Bank Bldg.
MiiceUaneotr.
A CJOOD lot for 979.M 8 good lot. fer
97C.OO each Close to a car line. SI dowa
and 800 per week. Bog 9099. Omaha Bsa,
AbAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'ty
INCOME progeny near Ford plant.
"wn-r. warney lab.
FOR well located business lot call J 1
TLary Harney SSbi.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Benson.
START YOVR HOME IN BENSON!
BUT THIS LOT.
llO.flo down and tlO.GO pr month; price
$100.00; slss 60x138; located on Locust
St., between Clark and Burnham. not far
from ennool and ear line. Geo, R. Wright,
ises oince, cm ana.
bunded.
116 SO. 50TH AVE.
Just completed, a very attractive home
In the new restricted district of Dundee;
located on a full east front lot. a high
riass nome. nicety rtnished and thorough
ly well built, stucco exterior finish. A
large bedrooma on the Id floor and large
iinianea ame. First floor haa large llv
Ing room and sun room combined with
ai tractive fireplace, nice dining room
ana complete Kltcnen. Arrange with us
for Inspection; price and terms very
reasonable. -
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Doug. S,S.
91,-90 City National.
LOT BARGAIN IN
EVANSTON, $1,100.
Owner leaving city and Is sacrificing
on price; $150 caah and 210 a moath.
This la a vary desirable lot facing Mr.
Evan'a home.
OLOVER A SPAIN,
DUNDEE Well located lot, beautiful vl.w;
aouth front; paved streets; paving all
paid; can sell at bargain price. C. A.
Gnmmol. Phone D. 1419.
Florence
AK-SAR-BEN visitors, let Nethaway show
you property In beautiful Florence.
South Side.
4-ROOM resldvnoe. South S'de. 91.400; ,4,
caah. balanc. lit per moi tfc Dous,. 9292.
MitcelUnecd..
HILLCREST
Only taw tracts left; ohsapaat and
beat aeraag. property near th. city. Price,
and terms vary reasonable. C R. COMBS.
914 Brandels Theater Bldg p. 1914
4-A. Blk
In Palracrea; new Brownell Hall
C J Canan MeCacue Bldg.
district
90 ACRES. 21 mile, from Oiouha. Imsss
par aerw; term., soma exchange. Archer
neany. sbb tsranael. Blag
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, ..ft and -roomed bouses thai
can te sold for $10j cash, bale oca lift
pr mvuin; give oompiete description Brst
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1120 Fareem St Tel. Doug. 1041
OUR specialty handling property tor out-of-
town ownora.
OALLaOHER NELSON. Omaha. Nee.
HAVE buyers for small houses and lots la
nono umaoa write 062. Bee
REAL INSTATE Investments
SEE US
. roR
INVESTMENTS AND
SPECULATIVE PROPERTY.
A. P. TUKET a SON,
Phone Doug. 402. 1507.8 W. O. W Bldg.
EVERT LITTLE BIT added to what you
nave makes a little bit more. Home
Builders guarantees shareholder T per
cent, pays more, small or large Invest
menta made any time. Ask about the
plan. Home Builders, 7no 17th and
uougias Bts. Phone Douglas 9018.
1NCOUE PROPKRTT
Renting for 842 par month. Price 27.000.
Mortgage 92,900. Want land or residence.
w. a. fhahk. 201 Nevllla
REAL ESTATE.
WM. COLFAX.
708 Keellne Bldg Doug
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
ACREAGE on the csr line.
$1,000, tn north
and southwest psrt; 4 ac.
Phone Douglas 2147.
sightly, $1,000.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands, Etc
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
7-room modem house with hardwood
finish In first story, except kitchen end
oath room; pine, finished natural, upstairs
luii oilmen iea oasemeni. J'rice ,
mortgage Z,400. will exchange equity
for vacant land with good hard Bull In
ANeorsaa.
J. H. DUMONT A CO.,
410-18 Keellne Bldg. 17th and Harney.
EIGHTY ACRES FOR COTTAGE.
seven miles north of North Platte
room house, barn, well and mill; SO acrea
cumvaiea oaiance hay and pasture
fenced. Price $2,000. Will take Omaha
property in exchange or sell on easy terms.
.riere is a cnance to get a nice farm right.
KAor HKOS.
Douglas 1663. 106 McCague Bldg.
TWO 40-acre improved farms, near Me
Allan and Mission, Tex. Best land
world for oranges, lemons and grapefruit.
Corn, alfalfa and truck farmlna- oav bis.
Price, $20,000; will exchange for cheaner
farm land, cattle ranch abutting lake or
utile river No stump land wanted. Dr.
a. Hprecner, Tripp B. D.
FINE Brown county, Nebraska, ranch te
trade for good lumber yard or hardware.
or both combined, fine water, graaa and
hay; extra good improvements, well
stocked with cattle, horses and machln-
er. A afl reus Y-tbo, Bee.
BEAUTIFUL farm home, J miles from
Payettevllle, Ark., seat stats university, on
beat road, fine neighbors. Will trade for
umana reaiaence or western Nebraska
oiear,
OEOROB O. WALLACE, 14 Keellne.
BEE WANT ADS GAINED ll.llt MORE
ru auo man any otner Omaha news
paper gaicea in nret seven moot be 191$.
Good result at lesa
post la the res son why.
GOOD lot. "desirable location, will take uaed
rora aa part payraert. webater 4148,
Ranch specialist, set: or trade ranches for
uy property u. cranta, 670 Brand) I Bid
FINANCIAL
Real Estate. Loans. Mortgage,.
We are ready at all times to
make loans on first, class city
troperty and eaatcrn Nebrag
a farms. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
212 South 17th St.
( PER CENT 10 4 per cent on beat class city
residence, te amounta 92.000 up, also farm
roans. neaaonaoie commissions.
PETERS TRUKT CO.. U22 r'arnam St.
OMAHA nomea. East Nebrasits farms.
O'KEEKE REAL ESTATE CO..
1019 Omaha Nat Pbons Douglaa 9719.
S,t00 MORT!AQE. bearing ( oor cent semi.
ann. ; secured by property vslued at 17,000.
Talmage-I.omis Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
J pet
money harkison it mukton
919 umaha Nat'l Bank Bldg
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
rancnaa. ws aieo ruy good farm mort.
vagea Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
DON'T FAY IN INSTALMENTS!
PAY IN 2, 8. 1 or 6 YEARS. BEST PLAN
SHUPEN A CO.. KEEL1NE BLDG.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED!
THUS U McOARRY.
KEEL1NE ULDO TEL. RED 4944.
81,0 to 910.000 made promptl) P D Wsad,
Wssd Bldg., Itb and arnam aia.
REAL ESTATE loans,' 4 per cent! dea
D. IS. BUCK ft CO..
812 Omaha Nat. Bank.
PARM and city loana. ami 4 per cent
W H Thorns. Keellne Mg Doua 144a
LITY and farm losna, 9 4tfe, , per cent,
i. H Dumonl a) Co 419 Keellne Bldg
NO DELAY.
1. T. OR AH AM.
BEE BLDQ.
IONET on hand for city
farm loans. H w Binder.
National Bank Bid.
and
City
( PER CENT and 9 per cent money. Toland
ft Trumbull, 418 Bee Hldg. I.uwI-s 4707.
GARVIN BROS,
S46 Omaha
Natl Bank Uld
Abstracts of Title.
Kerr
Title. Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
101 S 1 7th St.. around fiM.
Bonded by Mass Bonding and Ina. Co.
REED ABSTRACT Cu.. oldest abstract of
tics tn Nebraska. tU Brendeta Theater,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
California Lands.
CAN sell you best land In California on
your own terms. Call or phone W. T
Smllh Co., 114 City Natl. Bk. lllrtg.
Minnesota Lands
40. to or ISO acres good heavy soli, well
settled part of Todd county, Minn., good
roads, scLoois and churches; price $16 to
$10 per ajre; lerma $1.00 per acre caah.
balance $1 94) per acre a year; 6.000 acreo
to select from. Agents wanted; will make
a low railroad rate to Inspect. Schwab
Bros.. 102$ Plymouth Bldg., Mlnueapolla.
Minn.
Missouri Lands.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $16 caah and f$
monthly; no Interest or taxea; highly pro
ductive land; close to $ big markets Write
for photographs and full Information.
Munger, A-llf. N. T. Life Bldg.. Kansas
City. Mo.
Montana Lands.
WANTED About $6 families from the mid.
die west to go to Montana and settle on
our highly cultivated ranch. Small pay
ment down, balance In nine yearn; good
schools, churches; excellent climate; big
yields and high-priced marketa; main line
of railroad through tract You cannot do
better anywhere in the west. Deal direct
with owners and Join next excursion. Call
. or write. Beaverhead Land Co., 1S17 City
National Bank, Omaha. References, Mer
chants National Bank, Omaha.
Nebr s Lands.
1,66$ acres ,nesr Wood lake; cuts 4H tons
hay; running water; fair bulldlnrs:
fenced; this Is In the big hay country
and this ranch Is priced to sell; $lt.60 per
acre; terms.
THOMAS CAMPBELL,
Keellne Building.
FARM FOR SALE To settle sn estate.
160 acres, Pawnee county: rich land,
well Improved. House, large barn.
c hards, abundance of water. Go and look
It over. Address Ouy W. McC racket!,
H Irwin Ave.. N. B. Pittsburgh, Pa,
HO AND 160 AC it K 9. 1$ miles from Omaha
I . O., within miles of Benson and alec
trio car. No trade. $140 per acre.
JOHN N. FRENZER, 111 South ISth.
ICO AND S0-ACRB Johnson county. Neb.
farms; well Improved. A bargain la Im
prjveo io in Sarpy county.
STEWART,
lit & nth.
FOR 8AT.K .1A 9ITU ImnMvaJ l.naf Ik
fuming county, nen. ; pruse ana term
iism,. rv. j, ngrwnermer. wiensr. weo.
South Dakota Lands.
FOR BALE OF EXCHANGE 40-acre 1m
proved corn, cattle and hog farm In South
iJakote. J. c. Jt-nsen, Mitchell. S. D.
Wisconsin Lanaa.
UPPER WlSCONSlrt best dairy end gn
erai crop state In (be union. Settlers
wanted; landa for sale at low ptioee ea
easy terms; excellent landa for atoea
raising, as a ror boon let lb on Wlsco.islo
neutral Liana Grant; stste acres wanted.
ll interested in fruit lands, aaft fur book'
let en Apple Orchards. Address Land Com
mlsstoner Boo Rtllway. MlnnsapoHa. Ulna
Wyoming Lands.
VVOMINU homesteads, will locate you on
choice 32Q acres for 60c per acre. Frank
uun, (Jasper, wyo.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
YOU.NO TADPOLES lOo EACH.
They are scavenger, and will keep your
rian gioo, in clean, healthy condition.
MAX OEISI.ER BIRD CO.
DA.MAOED WHEAT $1.24 a hundred. A. W.
Wagner, 801 M, 14th.
AUTOMOBILES
1918 OVERLAND, model 82, almoat new.
Will aall for 2450. Will consider Ford aa
part payment.
WILLYS-OVERLAND, INC..
2047 Farnam St. Doug. 8290.
AUTO CLEARINGHOUSE
2309 Fa. nat.. St. Douglas 381).
116 Chalmers Roadster.
1010 Paige Touring.
1016 Dodge Touring.
1010 Pullman Touring.
VELlh, 40, good condition, touring oar, $125!
Flanders "20," touring car, $125.'
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
2216 Farnam.
AUTO INSURANCE
Fire, Theft and Liability at lowest ratea.
K1LLT. ELLIS ft THOMPSON.
111-14 City Nat l Bank Bldg. Doe. 281t.
BEE WANT-ADS GAINED l.St MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gainea in rirst seven months 18J4.
uooa rosuiis at less
cost Is the reason why.
IF TOU want to buy a Ford on payments,
or Borrow tne money to ouy one, see us.
t-osi s is to 20 extra and legal Interest.
ABBOTT BROS. AUTO CO.,
Bm. t. Patterson Blk. D. 4810 City.
WE will trade yon a new Ford for your aid
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE COX,
loth and Harm. Doug. 8181,
FOR BALE 1 SIS Packard twin alx, model
l-Jb, has run less than 10,000 miles; new
itoyn r. uiammin, ureignton, Neb.
NEARLY new 8-cyl-, t.pass. hlgh-grada
touring car to trade for roadster of equal
value. Address Room 141, Harley hotel.
CROS8TOWN OARAGE, D. 4442, 118 fl. 84th7
Parts for Midland, Oldsmoblle, Hup
" ivrPr8fJ8i u ana no, veils "40,
(JUKI) tires for Fords, 20x8, $8.88; SOxStt,
f ii. bo. KTaeoei uros, V. 4818. 2618
iinum at. ,
Auto Repsinnc and Painting.
HTKOMHERO SERVICE STATIONT"
For expert repairs on your car, see
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS, 1608 Jackson St.
iar Durei.org my specialty. Ked 4142.
$100 rewsrd for magneto we uma't repair.
v,uii9i rvuairea. oaysaorrer, liv n 18th.
NEB Auto Radiator
Reoalr
Service and
uriree rtgbl
llth Pt
U 7199
Auto Storage and Garages.
DON'T throw away old tires. Ws make one
new tire irom x oia ones ana save you 10
par cunt, a in i vulcanising (JO,, I6IQ Dav
enpoit St.. Omaha. Neb. Dougtaa fl: 14 -
EXPERT au'o repairing, Service car al
ways resay." umaha Garage, 2010 Harney
si - i yiar see
Auto Tires and Supplies.
IS. ooo STUCK of Pennsylvania ttree, guar-
iiiDna i,vvu rniiee. tor sais at reduced
piiig py uuojin (jo,, mi t.nicago.
Automobiles for Hire.
FORD for rent. You may drive it. I charai
oy mne. voug. twi, evenings, D. 3870.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HARLET'DA VIDSON MOTORCYCLES Bar
una in usoo macoinne victor Hooa. "Tb
Motorcycle Man.' 8702 Leavenwortkv
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Miss Mary L. Whlpperman to
Phena Krogh, Florence boulevard,
847 feet north of Kansas avenue.
weat side. 66x146 ,aa
"r . uooa 10 vnaries A. Heaty.
northeast corner Twenty. eighth
avenue and Grant atreet. hatiim
Hastings A Heyden to Paul . Moser.
Blnney street. 100 feet west of Kor-:
tleth street, north side. fiA.i?n
400
Barkercompany to Marvin A. Knhn
soutneast corner Thirty-second and
Myrtle avenue. 9fial00 ,
M. E. Howell to Nora O. Dow. Thir
ty-ninth street, 144.41 f.-t south of
Jamea B. Moore and wife to Christen
.enecn, nurineaei corner Twentieth
and Burdette atreeta, 40x94; Bur
detto street, 99 feet eaat of Twen
tieth street, north side, ttxioo. ,
Lloyd N. Osborns and wife to Leonard
nerainian, nonnwesi corner rorty
second and Corby streets. B0.I ?ft ,
tonad B. Rergman to Lloyd N. Os
borne, southeast corner Tlil-ty-fourth
and Haskell atresia. HOtiyi, ,
Builders' Investment comnsny to Emu
E. Brodecky, Twenty-ninth street,
160 feet north of Poppleton avenue,
west side. 60x142 n tne
Emll J. Holmstrom and wife to Stan- '
aru a. noore, weoster street, 266
feet west Thirty-fourth street,
south slds 44x120 ,j
I
REAL ESTATl TRANSFERS
Floret, re F. Hull and husband to
Robert II. Thompson, Farnam street,
ninety-five feet east of Fortieth
street, south side, 47x1)6 $,000
United Real Btitate and Trust com
puny to Frank C. Kelly, Evans
street. 100 feet west of Elvhteenth
street, north side, $0x116 $00
Uargratha Nelnon and husband to
Fonte nolle I .and company, southwest
corner Bluff and Scott streets, Flor
ence. 130x480
Mary J. Nelson to Fontm11e Land
company, southeast corner Bluff and
Scoll street. Florence, JMxaao 11
Jjuetna Cook to James F- Cook, (trend
avenue, sixty feet weat of Thirty
seventh, north side, 00x136.
John F. Kelley to Leo N. ftwanson.
Fortieth street, 160 feet north of
Spauldlng atreet, east side, 120x114. 400
Jurors' Chivalry
Shields Women in
Criminal Cases
"Records of criminal courts of
Douglas county show that it is al'
most an impossibility to convict
woman of committing crime," said
County Attorney Magney in discuss
ing the acquittal of Mrs. Ada Weath
erly, the white wife of a burly black
man. Mrs. VVeatherlv admitted ta
tally stabbing Minnie Wilson, her
rival for the affections of her com
mon law husband, but claimed self
defense. The jury was out but eigli
minutes.
"There are few jurors who don
allow the sentimental aide of the
criminal case to appeal to them when
a woman is concerned. I had oc
casion recently to investigate simi
lar cases in the recorda of Cook
county, Illinois, of which Chicago is
the center, and I found that out of
hundreds of women arraigned, only
small percentage was convicted.
Masses of evidence and testimony
apparently have little effect on the
minds of jurors. They think first
ot the woman and the etiect a peni
tentiary sentence would have on her
little ones and companions.
Despite the fact that she was ac
quitted by the jury at J o clock Wed
nesday afternoon, Mrs. Weatherly
was not in condition to leave the
county jail because of a hysterical
attack following her realization that
her attorneys had won freedom for
hen She wept for joy throughout
tne night and was released 1 hurs
flay morning. She left the court
house on the arm of her spiritual ad
viser, Mrs. Hill, after spending 100
days behind the bars awaiting trial.
Out of Work and
Despondent, Old Man
Tries to Kill Himsel;
Despondent because he was too old
to work and worried lest he prove a
Duraen to ins son-in-law, Joseph still
monk, 68 years old. 2117 F street, at
tempted suicide Wednesday nitrht in
a South Omaha alley. He shot him-
seit in the abdomen and in the neck
and Uy in the alley alt night. He
was found huddled on the back door
step of the McMillan home. 4411
South Twenty-first street, and was
rushed to the south bide hospital. At
tendants there report his condition
critical.
Stillmonk left the home of his son.
in-law, V. E. Hydock. at 7 o. m.. sav
ing he was going to take a short walk.
A few hours later, Claire McMillan
heard two shots rintr out. Neighbors
searched the alley near Twenty-first
and I streets, but in the darkness
found nothing.
1 he bullet into the abdomen did not
penetrate the vitals, but took a cir
ctntous course. The greatest fear
from the wound is blood poison. But
the shot in the neck went up through
the old man's mouth and out through
nis nose.
Stillmonk first told the police that
he was the victim of highwaymen,
who shot him when he refused to
give them his money and watch, but
later he admitted that he tried to
take his own life.
Federal Grand Jury
To Report October 9
Jurors drawn from the Omaha.
.Norfolk. Lhadron and North Platte
divisions to serve on the federal grand
jury tor tne September term of court.
wit,h instructions to report October
J, are as lonows:
waiter H. Bakar or Henrr
L. S. Bucknar of Ewlng.
John Cerr of Stafford.
J. T. Fletcher of Orchard.
Frank Ollater of Pender.
Aadrew q. Holt of Oakland.
Frank B. Johnson of Omaha.
N. A. Lawla of Arcadia.
W. S. Linn of Carroll.
Jullu, Boaek of Grand Island.
John W, Bender of Humphray.
Bert Cummlna of Arcadia.
Chris Oruenthe. of Columbus,
Carl Hollander of Crowell.
Harry II. Johns of Burwell.
Frank Lllley of Tryon.
Carl Kinks of Bassett.
Earl McHargue of Central City.
W. H. Myers ot Fort Crook.
II. O. Shedd of Omaha.
John M. Zrust of Clarkson.
John Paul of Palmer.
F. S. Tucksr of Florsnea.
ALTERNATES.
W. L. Eckler of Belgrade.
William Winch of Homer.
Oconto V. Brill of Loup City,
Robert Snelt of Atnsworth.
Hugh Haass af Rogers.
John F. Dreuguls of Serlbner.
William D. Runler of Alliance.
Sues City for Damages
For Grading of Street
Damages to her orooertv on Elm
street caused by street grading has
caused Joanna Sorkowski to bring
sun against tne city ot umaha, ask
ing payment of S2.000. She com.
plains that the city authorized the
grading ot fclm street between Twen
ty-fourth and Twenty-seventh de
spite the fact that the petition was
not signed by owners of 6fl nrr rent
of he property frontage affected and
m wncn tne street was graded ner
i'.eet frontage, occupied bv three
cottages, was left twelve to fifteen
teet below the street line. She al
leges that the earth piled in has
blocked her orchard and danrnrrrl
ner property.
roperty Ordered Sold to
Satisfy Divorce Decree
Property owned bv James McMar
tin on the South Side has been or
dered sold by the sheriff to satisfy a
mvorcc accrec issued ry judge Les
lie to Mae McMartin. Nonsupport
is charged. The minor child Helen
and $1,000 for the education of the
girl were awarded to the wife.
hreda Trabitz has been awarded a
ivorce from . Alfred on grounds nf
extreme cruelly. Her maiden name,
lTcda Buchholz, is '-stored.
Charges of nonsunoort hroiio-lit a
divorce to Hazel Williams from James
in Judge Mays court.
Hee Want Ads Produce Results.
MANY PRESIDENTS
HAVE VISITED CITY
Wilson's Coming at Carnival
Time Recalls Crowd Which
Greeted McKinley Here.
AT THE GREAT EXPOSITION
By A. R. CROH.
With a past and future (get that
"and future?") vice president here
this week and the present president
of the United States in our midst next
week, it is interesting to note that
Omaha has entertained many presi
dents. The roster of our distinguished
guests includes Presidents U. S.
Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, Grover
Cleveland, Benjamin Harrison, Will
iam McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt,
William H. Taft and now President
Wilson.
U. S. Grant was the first president
to visit Omaha. He came Nnvrm.
Jier 1, 1875, accompanied bv Mrs.
Grant and a great staff of generals
and colonels. An artillery salute was
fired as his train rolled into the sta
tion and the Twenty-third infantry
oanu was on nand.
The party was escorted to the high
school grounds, where the children of
the city schools were given an oonnr-
ttmity to gaze upon the president
There was a reception in the cus
toms house building, dinner at the
Grand Central hotel and the party
proceeded westward in the evening.
("eneral fron, via,, ..,4 lir vermin
November 3, 1879, cnrotite home from
his trip around the world. On this
occasion he attended church at the
First Methodist church, a small
frame building near Seventeenth and
uavenport streets.
President Hayes, accompanied by
airs, naves ana tne r two sons, came
to Omaha September 3, 1880. they
were welcomed in Council Bluffs by
a delegation of Omaha citizens.
Among other places, they visited the
high school and, at the suggestion of
Mrs. Hayes climbed up the tower to
get a view of the city and surrounding
country.
President and Mrs. Cleveland soent
a few hours in Omaha October 12,
im. ror tnis event a triumphal arch
had been erected at Sixteenth and
Farnam streets. A detachment of sol
diers from Fort Omaha and several
bands added color and gaiety to the
occasion.
President Harrison Next.
President Harriscr. was here May
13, 1891, accompanied by Mrs. Harri
son. John Wanamaker, then post
master general, was among those with
them.
The engine of the presidential train
was profusely decorated with flags
and bunting and cheering thousands
were at the atation to meet it.
The nartv oroceeded in carriages
to seventeenth and rarnam, where
a big platform had been erected. A
salute ot twenty-one guni was fired
by a battery stationed on south
Twelfth street as the procession
started from the station.
After the speaking the party en
tered The Bee building, where a re
ception was held in the rotunda. . This
was probably the first time that a
presidential reception was ever held
'
in a newspaper ouuaing.
since the time of Harrison presi
dential visits have become the rule
because of the growing importance
ot Umaha.
President McKinley was here twice
during political campaigns. But his
most notable visit was made daring
the Trans-Mississippi exposition.
It is recorded that 3UUUUU people
thronged the city on that occasion.
It was October U, 1B98. He delivered
an adrrest at the exposition grounds.
1 he day s admissions were VH.4U, be
ing nearly twice aa great as any pre
vious day. tvdward Kosewater headed
the committee that received the presi
dent and he was entertained at the
Omaha club.
Omaha will have to go some if
its reception to President Wilson
equals those in honor of his prede
ccssors in the great office.
"Catniped Kid" in .
Telephone Mystery
Dey catnip me kid and take him
jubilee court." complained an ex
cited voice over the telephone when
County Attorney Magney took down
the receiver. "Dem jubilee officers
dey bus' up me home. Please, Mr.
Lawyer-man, you lix it tor me.
Despite- eilorts ot the prosecutor
to secure head or tail of the troubles
of the complainer, the county attor
ney failed to set enough information
on which to investigate the activities
of juvenile authorities under the
guidance of Probation Officer Miller.
Uuess the jubilee court will look
after the youngster properly at Sat
urday's session," mused the prosecu
tor. iremen Called to City Hall
To Find Fire in Stove
A pedestrian was strolling by the
city hall yesterday morning at 7
when he saw smoke issuing trom a
window on the fifth floor of the muni
cipal building. He went promptly to
a tire box and sent in the alarm. 1 he
firemen came with alacrity, and then
some, bolted quickly to the fifth floor
to find a merry tire doui' s duty in
a little stove in the office of the su
perintendent of schools.
J. lie black smoke which the alarm
ist saw had its origin in some fresh
soft coal. The firemen did not find
the pedestrian. A temporary pipe
carried the smoke from the stove out
the window.
ncreased Charity Work
Keeps Guild Very Busy
A membership campaign to in
crease the number of section presi
dents is the present interest of the
Needlework guild. At a meeting
Wednesday in the home of Mrs.
Robert Cowell, Thirty-ninth street,
Mrs. J. J. Stubs, president, urged all
members to co-operate in the work
of getting new members.
The fall work of the society win
start soon with the distribution of
warm garments to needy persons.
Last year more than 2,000 garments
were given away and the executive
board sees even greater need this sea
son. Conghs aad Celda An Dangatraa.
Intsrnal throat and ohest troubles pro
duce Inflammation. To reduoa Inflammation,
loossn cough, destroy cold geyns, use Dr.
King's New Discovery. All druggists Adv. j
Extreme Weakness
and Suffering
Read How Mrs. Goodling got
Relief and Strength.
York, Ps. "I have used Lydla E.
rinkham's Vegetable Compouid and
found It to be all yon
say it Is. I wsj so
sick that I could not
stand at my sink to
wash dishea and I
could not sit without
a pillow under me.
I had the doctor
every few days but
since I have taken
the Componnd I
don't have to send
for him. I have had
three children and could not raise any of
them, but since I have taken the Com
pound I have a bright baby boy. I
advise every suffering woman to try It
and get relief. It has done wonders for
me."-Mra. Catharine Goodling, 138
E. King Street, York, Pa. '.
When a medicine has been successful
in bringing health to so many, no
woman has a right to say without try
ing it, "I do not believe it will help
me. " There must be more than a hun
dred thousand women In this country
who, like Mrs. Goodling, have proven
what wonders LydiaE. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound can do for weak and
ailing women. Try it and see for
yourself.
If there are any complications
you don't understand, write)
Lydla E. Pinkbam Medicine Co.
(confidential), Lynn, Mass.
To Regain a Healthy
Girlish Complexion
If you would have a clear, fresh,
girlish complexion, one ounce of ordi
nary mercolized wax will aid you in
this direction more than shelves full
of cosmetics. It produces a natursl
beauty. This wax, procurable at any
drug store, completely absorbs a bad
complexion, revealing 'the healthy
young skin underneath. Its work is
done so gradually, day by day, that no
inconvenience is caused. The wax is
applied at night, like cold cream, and
removed in the morning with soap
and water.
Another valuable rejuvenating
treatment this for wrinkles is to
bathe your face in a solution of pow
dered saxolite, 1 oz., dissolved in 'A
pt. witch hazel. This has a remark- ,
able action in smoothing out the lines
and "firming up" the loose tissues.
Advertisement.
To End Catarrhal
Deafness and
Head Noises
Persons suffsrliif from catarrhal daafntsa
and hsad noises will b flail to know that
tills distressing affliction can b iueetis
full trsatsd at home br an internal rnmedv
that In many Instances haa effected a com
plete cure arter all else has failed. Sufferers
who 9ould scarcely hear a watch tick havo
hsd their hearing restored to such an extent
that the tick of a watch was plainly audible
even or alght inches away from tlther ear.
Therefore. If too know someone who is
troubled with head noises or catarrh, or
catarrhal deafness, out out this formula and
hand to them, and you will have been the
means of savins' some poor sufferer perhaps
from total deafness. The - prescription csa
be prepared at home, and la made as fol
lows i
Secure from your drnnlst 1 om, Psrmlnt
(Double Strength), about 76c worth. Take
this homo and add to it H pint of hot water
and 4 Di. of granulated sugar ; stir until
dissolved. Take one tables Doonfa four tlmee
a day.
The first dose should beerln to relieve the
distressing head noism. headache, dullneee
cloudy thinking, etc.. while the hearing;
raumly returns as the system is invigorated
by the tonic action of the treatment. Loss of
smell and mucus drooping in the back of
the throat, are other symptoms that show
the presence of catarrhal poison, and which
are often entirely overcome by this effica
cious treatment. Nearly ninety per cent of all
ear troubles are said to be directly caused
by eatarrh, therefore, there mast ba many
people whose bearing can ba restored by
this simple homo treatment. ,
Ever verson wha Is troubled w4ta luwJ
noises, catarrhal deafness or catarrh hi an
form, should givi thla prescription trial.
AaveriiBemenu ,
BARBER FINDS SIMPLE
WAY TO EASE HIS FEET
Barbers are great foot sufferers, as a rule.
One barber who has (Men for yeare a victim
of this trouble recently discovered a aim
pie way to relieve his foot aches, palm and
discomforts. He Is telling all his friends
and clients about It and there ta general re
joicing among those who formerly euffertd
terribly from this trouble. This barber dis
covered a preparation called Wa-Ke-Ta In
the corner drug store. He bought a It-cent
package and taking It home, dropped two
labials In a basla of hot water and bathed
hie feet for a few minutes. To his delight
every ache and pain disappeared and his
feet no longer trouble him. Tou can do
the same. You oan use Wa-Ne-Ta with de
lightful effect fn your body bath. .Leaves
skin soft and anttseptlcally clean. If your
druggist hasn't Wa-Ne-Ta, send ue It cents
and we'll mall you a sample package pre
paid to your address. I c. Landoa. South
nenn, inu.
NUXATED IRON
-A it
jg. gncmsm wvrwnBUI OI
delicate, nervous, run-
aown people zoo per
cent in ten days in
many instances. 1100
forfeit If it fills aa per
full explanation in larg
article soon to appear tn.
this paper.
Ask your doctor or
druggist about it
bherman a McOonnell Drua? Storm alwavs '
carry it in wtoc k
YOU NEED
to aid nature occasionally when your
liver is sluggish, your stomach dis
ordered or your bowels inactive. Let
this safe, mild, dependable remedy
regulate these organs and put them
in a sound and healthy condition.
BEECH AM'S
PILLS
Una, Sals ml Aay Medktaa 4. ta. WsrU,
her., lahaea. 10a. le.
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families read The Bee
exclusively.
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