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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY,' OCTOBER 24, 1916.
TOR RENTFURN ISHED
Apartments and Houses.
FOR RENT Furnished house in desirable
district of funaca, tvzi uai norma ai.
Tel. Walnut 650.
M COMPLETEL.Y lurnished House, 1 Dloca
from ear. ivvi tsmney. wcd. av.
FOR RENT HOUSES
STEAM HEAT AND JANITOR
' Beautiful, nw, brick residence, eight
room, modern throughout, 4101 Far
Cat) Waiih Bros. Co. Tyler 631.
M 1MT-18 City Nat Bank Bide.
FOR RENT -room cottar modern except
heat. Phone Walnut 600. or inquire - at
4108 Lafayette Ave. "
ALMOST new 4-roora bouae, with or without
furniture, for rant cheap.
4-ROOM cottage, with water and gas. 91808
Davenport, Tel. Harney 1818.
l-ROOM t hatha. West Famam district
146.00. Phona Doug. 2947. '
6 -ROOM cottage. 6 fill Leavenworth St. Mra
Cole, Walnut 8418.
NEW 6-ROOM FLAT.
Only 120 a m6nth, very doss rtn, ALL
WODERN. prcssad brick. SNAP. ' Located
1107 North 23d SL Tenant still there.
Look It over. .
6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE.
318 North S7th Ave.. ALL MODERN.
Will decorare to suit. ONLY 121 a month.
Key next door south. Phone Walnat 2136
or Douglas 1810. -
HOUSE VACANT NOV, 1.
320 Sherman Ave., 7 rooms, 1 new,
fj snape, rent reaaonapie.
.1518 GRANT 6T. 7-r., conm modern, 125.
T. ,F. Hall. 421 Rimse mag, uoug. lews.
SEVEN-ROOM modern house for rent at
2551 Spencer Ht. uall Harney aipi.
NEARLY new all modern 6-room cottage,
429 Decatur. Walnut 2826."
6-ROOM cottage, all modern. 815 No. 27tb
Ave Phone Harney 2662,
- f-ROOM mod. house with garage In Flore
nee.. Flo. 22.
1116 PARK AVE 7-r. mod, brick.
1521 OAK 4 . noma; gaa anr toilet Inside,
WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
4-R., 1415 Carter Lake Blvd
4-R., 3401 Parker
I-R., 1401 Maple St
T-R.. 1016 No. 4Jd St......
, MODERN EXCEfT UMIAT.
I-R.. 1104 Saratoga St 120.00
Kll Carter Lake Blvd 14.00
4-R.. till Nsf 17th St (lor colored). 15.00
l-R., 117 No. 18th St 21.50
I-R., 109 South 80th St 125.00
l-R.. 4111 Farnam St 15.00
7-r... 8105 North 18th St 10.00
a-R.. ssol North 17th St tatrlctly
modern detaohed house) 10.00
l-R 1717 Park Ave. (good brick
dwelling, newly decorated Inside
and out: flrst-claaa residence Mo
tion) J 11. M
I-R.. 2601 Dewey Ave. (closs In).. 45.01
11-R., 411 South 98th St. (choice
brink dwelling. In the West Far
nam district) 76.00
WE HAVE OTHERS. SEE! OUR COU
PLETS LIST BEFORE. RENT1NO.
PORTER & SHOTWELL.
tot South 17th St Doug. 6011.
1101 PARK AVE., 8 rooms, modern. Flnel
location ana arrangements xor rooms.
112 8. 95th Ave., I rooms, modern. West
Farnam district, 936.00.
4160 Wakeley street north of Davenport
St., 6 rooms and aleepthg porch and sun
room. New, never been occupied. 46.
Tyler 1636. Rose Bldg.
11.00-1109 SO. 18th St., 4-r., gas and water.
820.00 1734. 8o. 27th, 6-r., modern, 1st
floor, St. Louis flat
910.001738 So. 27th, 6-r., on second floor,
, good. .
126.00 1701 Burt Id floor apartment,
. three rooms and bath, with heat. Good.
. D. V. SHOLES COMPANY,
16 City Nafl Bank Bldj1. Doug. 4.
127.602639 Davenport St, l-r., all mod.,
.. new furnaoe. '
918.001608 tt. loth St., all mod. flat.
'931.60661 & 16th St, l-K, all mod.
A A.' WOLF,
114 Ware Block.
. . The Bee carried
41,101' MORE PAID Want Ads Urst I
months of 1911 than 'same period 1916.
, This figure EXCEEDS THE COM
BINED GAIN of the other two Omaha
papers by OVER 20,000 PAID ADS.
Reason: Better Results. Better Rates.
WHAT have yon for rent In the way of
four, five and six-room modem up to
date appartmenta. Preference will be
given to those In better districts of the
; . city. Want to deal direct with iVwnere;
Telephone Douglas 1016.
MICE 7-room flat 1907' Cuming St, 925. 6
room house, 1720 N. 36th St, only 912.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
HOUSES FOR BENT.
CREIOH, SONS A CO.
901 BEE BLDG. DOUG. 101.
HOUSES, modern, 6, 7 and 11 rooms.
FIRST TRUST CO. Doug. 1151.
FOR RENT Ap'ta and Flat,
RENT CUT TO 915.
1110 N. 22d 4-r. flat steel range, ga
plate, kitchen cabinet, water paid, 916.
RASP BROS., Douglas 1663.
l-RM., STRICTLY mod. flats. North 26th,
I 826.60 monthly Davis. 2118 N. 18th.
I-ROOM .modern apartment at 420 South
16th Ave., private basement, heat and
Janitor services, 140.
BENSON & MYERS CO., .
424 Omaha Nation Bank Bldg.
1 and 4-r. apta.. 24tb and Harney. Har-
I-R. mod. flat. 2308 8. 24th. 120. H. 4711.
FIVE-ROOM APARTMENT, 937.60.
Large light rooms, with east, south and
west light. Tile bath, oak floors. Plenty
of heat, 837.60 per month. Georgia Apta.,
1040' Georgia Ave. This Is the best apart
ment now available In Omaha at leas than
PETERS' TRUST COMPANY,
1621 Farnam St. Douglas 898,
BRICK hat for rent 926 per month; 8
rooms, modern. Phone Doug. 151.
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
TWO modern stores near Pos toff ice. Low
rani, u. r. Bteooins. 1610 Chicago.
Office ind Desk Room.
DESIRABLE studio location In Wead bldg
18tb and Farnam, and in Baldrlge bldg
10th and Farnam; rental reasonable.
r. v. w had, wead Bldg.
i .jllUAULli; utr.ee roume in the remodeled
Crounae Block, 111 N. Iftb St (opposite
' poatofflce), 110 to il6 per monta. Conrad
rnu. a tir nrnqip rn-eir uoug 1471
CHOICE office space, Batrd Bldg., 17th and
Douglas Mccagui mv. Co.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Houses and Flats.
UNTbl) llsilng on cottages or houses te
rent or cell oo easr payments. Have cue-
tomera waiting. nqulrs 411 aLarbae
- Block. Douglas 07.
GALLAGHER at NELSON
will . k aftefc your rental. u Braodels
BIO. LOUg. SMI. '
MOVING AND STORAGE
FIDELITY fiSSSa. FREE
t Phone Douglas it88 for complete
Mat of , vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
istn ana jacKson sta.
Jf T?I7I?T" Express Co. Moving,
j JXEjlltU packing and storage.
HOT Farnam St. Douglas 14i.
Separate looked rooms for bousebold
goods and ipianof, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AMD STORAO CO.
0 a 16th St. Douglas 4181.
TIT a crrro ifan and two men.
"&& II. li per hour.
Van and Storage Co., Moving, Packing.
4ora and shipping. Phona Douglas 1498.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Globe Van and Storage Co.
' For real moving service try na Large
8-borae padded vans. Storage, II month. -Satisfaction
guaranteed. We mpve. you
QUICKER. CHEAPER AND SAFER.
ypone yierjs or uougias aaas.
GORDON VAN CO.
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSH. '
Packing, storage and mov
- lng 111 N. 11th St Phone
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Careful attention given to orders tor
moving, paoklng or atorage, office at Ray
mond Furniture Co.. 1611 ana) nit How
ard St. .Phone D. 1514. ,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
' , SNAP
Only 1300 down and $36 per month buys
. brand new, beautifully decorated all
room home, strictly modern In every de
tail; right on the Farnam car line.' Price
bas been cut to only 14,200. We can
recommend thJB as a genuine bargain.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-2 Om. Nat l Bank Bldg. Doug. 1474.
EQUITY In lot, 43d and California. Cathe
dral District. JJox is, nee.
BEAUTIFUL HCJME. , .
. We have for sale on very easy terms a
splendid residence at 118 N. 33d St. This
house has eight rooms, all In fin con
dition. The lot is t0zi48. I is In a vary
desirable neighborhood and the price U
- ALFRED THOMAS, 1 '
v 80S First National Bank BIdf.
NEAR 30TH AND DODGE, i
Nearly new 1-story, strictly modern
home on tba boulevard, I blocks from
Farnam street. 4 bedrooms and ttie bath
room, living room, dining room, den and
kitchen. Oak finish and oak floors. Built
in buffet, china closet, fireplace and book
cases, clothes chutes, storm windows, gar
rage. Lot 60x136 feat, with room for an
other house facing on SOth St. This Is
an elegant home as well as an Investment
and well located. . Prload at a bargain
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., t.
Omaha National Bank Bldg.' D. 1781
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT S -room, I
baths, nearly new, big discount, only
15,260. See it. 323 N. 38th Ave.
W. U SELBY A SONS have not yet formed
the habit of cheapening t&eir nouses, so
that the price sells them,
1611 LINCOLN BLVD 11-room house.
strictly modern, with hot water heat
- AUCTION SALE.
15-Room House and Large Lot Lo
4219 North 24th Street, Omaha.
Will be sold at Auction to the highest
bidder on the premises.
Tuesday, Oct. 24th, at 2 p. m. Sharp.
Thla tss ak wall -hill It mrutiM-n IiaiibsV imt
one block south of the Amea Ave. car barn.
well located- for a rooming1 house, easy
to rent, on car line and will likely sell
at a great sacrifice.
Terms of sale, one-third of purchase
price caBh, balance' long time at low rate
of Interest i
This property must sell on above data,
and will likely go at a great sacrifice.
The owner has placed the sale In charge
Of Dowd Auction Co.
Don't fall to attend this aale.-
JAAfJES L. DOWD, .Auctioneer.' .
. , MY HOItfE FOR SALE., ..
' v Built only three years. Has three had
rooms, sleeping porch and bath on the
second - iioor; vtutiouie, .aarge living
room, dining room, butler's fantry, kitch
en and rear entry on the first floor; full
basenaent; 60-foot lot,. No. S3J3 Walnut
St Phone Harney t?tt.
NEW BARGAIN IN MINNE LUSA '
SPECIAL LOW PRICE.
rooms and bath, oak finish; oak floors
throughout and iftrlctly modern; pressed
brick foundation. Owner lives In house
and will make special low price for quick
8746 BAUMAN ST. COLFAX 3827.
Will sell my house and lot for small
cash payment down, balance long time.
1811 California. . t
KOUNTZB Place, modern. 6 roW bunga
low; built-in features, oak floors. A bar
gain. 8631 North 18th. Owner, Web. 3081.
FOR SALE 1 acroa improved. Cot 1146
KODNTZB PLACE reatrloted district resi
dence for sale. F. V. ktnlaot. S6it N. 14th.
iNIEW BUNGALOW -
: HANSC&M PARK piSTklCT
LARS IS llvinr room with built-in book
cases, dining room with plate rail and
paneled walls, kitchen, two bedrooms and
bath all on one floor. Oak finish and
oak floors; large attic; full baaement;
guaranteed furnace; large south front lot,
close to car, school, stores and park. Will
call for you and -show you this bunga
low. Phona us for appointment
SCOTT ANjj HILL CO,
Douglas 1061. Ground Floor lloCaxui Bldg.
FIVE ROOMS NEW ,
All modern In every deUll; living and
dining room all oak finish, with bullt-ln
bookcases; pantry with elaborate eop
boarde; Icebox room; full bsaeTnent with
floor drain; ahedea; electric fixtures and
scraelis; all furnished, Thla Is a real bar
gain at 11,750; 1600 cash, balance on
terms to suit Others ask as much as
13,260. Looated at 1616 Deer Park Mvd.
Let jia show you this week.
i TRAVER BROS.. "' '
101 Omaha Nat Bk. Don, lilt.
Evenings Wsh. 4816.
WB HAVB BUTBRS FOR HOMES
WORTH TUB MONET IN A1X PARTS
OF THE CITT. LIST TOUR PBOPaUt.
TT WITH US FOR RBSULTB. -O'NBIL'S
REAL BBTATB INS. AOCT.
Brandels Theeter Bldg Trier Ilia.
260 CABH. ' ,
I New bungalow, I rooms, all on one floor;
strictly modern; on very easy terms: close
In; located 1210 So. 16th Am . Tel. Red
ONK 8-room and one 1-room house and lot
part mod. 2512-14 Reee St. 12.200 cash
buys both. E. P. Denning, Tyler 2006.
PRICE REDUCED $500,
'THE NEW BUNGALOW v'
BARGAIN REFERRED TO
IN OUR SUNDAY AD.
Close in and vary fine location; large
living room, bullt-ln bookcases, dining
room, ouiit-in butret, plate ran ana pan
aiad walls; kitchen and pantry on first
- floor: oak flnish- and oak floors; three
' large bedrooms and bath on second floor
full baaement; guaranteed furnace; eaat
front lot, on paved street. Phone fpr afr-J
point ment ana let us show you this bun
SCOTT & HILL COMPANY,
Dour- 100. Oround Floor, HcCagua Bldg.
INVEttlBNTS. InWraNCTMOS Tn"
eome on price, Hloo, 'Ming t bouses, I
rooms each near high school and
tjreignton collage. Also and s-roora
bunaalowa. Ii0 down, and two l room
4, II& down, balance monthly. i k
CHAB. E WILLIAMSinW CO. , '
NEW bungalow; also 3-i. and gardening;
your terms and price; Inv. Vlth 34 CO, rent.
3 houses (flat cost fl.600), I. 600. D. 3107.
FIVE rooms, new, oak finish, fully dero
rated, all modern, etcf, $2,750; 200 cash,
lialanrn monthly. Colfax 1836. v.
Got anything you'd like to swap?
the "Swappers' Column." , r-.,
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
SEVERAL FINE LOTS
lN CLAIR MONff.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
81 City Nafl. Phona Doug. 1863,
LARGE 60-FOOT LOTS.
1100 TO 1176.
' In elty limits; one block to oar Itne;
paved street by the property.
ONE DOLLAR DOWN.
SO CENTS PER WEEK.
' There are fifty of them: they will not
last very long. Phone us for particular.
. 8HULER - CARY.
Phone D. 6074. 304 Keellno Bldg.
AFTER looking at MINNB LUSA, 300 dif
ferent tmyera deciaeox tnat it was tn neat
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
If YOU will coma out today you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
743 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
OWNJLtR must aell east front tot on Fonta
nels Blvd.. In Clatrmont W1U soli at
. aaorlfloo price U taken at ones. Call
MINNE LUSA Nice lot on Titus Ave., near
84th St.. can be bought at a bargain; this
lot must be sold. See me quick. C. A.
Orlmmel, B43 Omaha National Bk. Bldg.
i Improved and unimproved in ona to
ten-acre tracts, on or near Bellevue car
line. Beat of school facilities.
C. R. COMBS,
Phone Dojig. 3I1(. 808 Brandels Theater.
A fINB place for chicken raising, garden
f lng or fruit trees and berry bushes; 10
good lots; ona block from oar Una and
close to school. Price, 760; $1 down
and 60c per week on each lot. Box 7047.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
START YOUR HOME IN BENSON 1
BUY THIS LOT.
110.00 down and 110.00 per month; price
1300.00; also 60x138; located on Locust
St., between Clark and Burn ham, not far
from school and oar Una. Geo. R. Wright
Bee office, Omaha.
12 ACRES lis miles from Benson, 1 acre
Benson Oardan, highly Improved. Walnut
This Is a highly 'developed home with
every convenience, located on the high
ridge close to .Dodge St., affording a mag
nificent view of Elmwood park, Happy
Hollow ffolf grounds and the surrounding
country. This location was selected when
the seotlon was first put on the. market,
and much thought has been given to beau
tifying the place, and money spent for
flowers, shrubbery, trees, eto. The house
Is a 8-story brick, substantially built; very
home-like tn arrangement. Mae hot wa
ter heat, 10 good-alxed rooms, J bathrooms,
fine garage and other convenlenoea too
numeroua to mention. The place must be
seen to tye appreciated. ,
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Phone D. 751. 102 City Nat Bk. Bldg.
. . DUNDtE. .
' loll Cuming St . Strictly modern, new.
-l-r. house, hard wood finish, extra well
built and right up to the minute, ready to
occupy. (Prlce 66,400. Easy terms.
S. P. BOSTWICK SON,
100 Bee Bldg. Tyler 1501.
NETHAWAT has 1, I. 5, 10 and 115-aera
Impr. tracts for city property. Flo. 126.
6,-ROOll residence. South Side. I1.4M; 160
cash, balance til per. month. Doug.' 1111.
REAL ESTATE Investments
HARNEY STREET, '
" . $40,000. ' ,;').'.
Brick Improvements, In line for Imme
diate Increase. '
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Doug. 2111. 111-10 City National.
' A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone Doug. 602. 1607-6 W. O. W, Bldg.
7M KMllne Bldg. IX.ua. II7L
Double brick St. Louis flat within four
blocks of 16Ut and Harney; close Ini bar
gain price. I,..', ,
CALKINS a CO.,
Douglaa 1111. City National Bank.
FATHER TIME has his hand on your shoul
ders Tou need a otair, a aavlngs account
a little money well invested. Home
. Builders guaranteee 7 per cent, cash divi
dends; payable Jan. 1st sAd July 1st Tou
can begin any time with any amount The
plan of Investment is simple. , V ,
HOMO BUILDERS, Inc., ' iV
, )7th and Douglaa Sta. 4
i t "nv
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
- Real Estate, Lands. Etc.
HAVE NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE TO
EXCHANGE FOR LOT OR
' 1 BUNGALOW.
Have a nice 1 full two-story, 6-room
house, oak floors throughout, white enamel
finish on second floor. Flra place In liv
ing room, full cement basement, hot air
heat, built about four years. Lot 44x166.
Uarage and drive. ' .j i J
This Is a mighty good buy. Faoea Miller
Park on 24th St., owner has given price
of 84,600 and will consider a well located
lot or 6-room bungalow. Reason for sell
ing, wants to get house with rooms all on
one floor. ,
This is an opportunity for someone to
get a mighty good deal. v
' ' HIATT COMPANY.
246 Omaha National Bank. Tyler 80.
EXCHANGE Los Angeles, mighty attrao-
tlve eight-room bungalow on paved street.
all conveniences, hardwood floors, furnace,
fireplace, sleeping porch, garage, abun
dant shrubbery, flowers. Might exchange
lor good NeorasKa rarm, ib.QuO. Sr. M
Ruble, Broken Bow, Nyb.
HAVE two 160 -acre farms and ona 80-acra
farm, eastern Nebraska, to trade for olty
ARCHER REALTY CO..
v 6fl6 Brandels Bldfc
FOKD car and "rooming house to exchange
together tor lota or equity, in house or lot.
Call Dg. x686 after pi m. Bos 7010.
TRADEH TRAfH;a TKADBS.
Farms, Cattle, Ranchen, New Apart
ments, Flats, etc. ABBOTT, 4. Patterson
Block. ' .
OOOD Wyoming farm to trade for 6 or
room moorn r!Si(irnc. Box 7367, Beu.
Vt'ti have so mi' fcood homes and renufl prop-
ertlcs for Nob. or la. land. ICdwHld K
Williams Co., Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
OOOD lot. .lesirHblx locatlonr will take uied'
Ford as parr payment. WebsW 434M.
Ranch specialist, sell or trad ranches for
city property. E. t'raola, 674 Brandels Bid.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pv'ty
DOWN TOWN LOTS.
44l feet, llth and Burt Sta., 11,110.
40x68 feet.' with half Interest In 11-foot
driveway, near loth and Farnam Sta.,
J. H. DUMONT CO..
416-11 KMllne Bldg. Phone Douglas 611.
INCOME property near Ford plant lith St
Owner. Harney 1.164
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 6 and , -roomed houeee" that
can be sold for 6106 cash, balanos 111
per month; give complete dMorlptton nret
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1110 Famam Bt Tel. Doug 1014.
1 HAVB several parttea wanting to ex
change Omaha property for acreage. Call
W. S. FRANK.
Ml Neville Bldg , Omaha, Neb.
29-80 City Nat. . Bldg. Doug, lilt
WANTED Listings of real eetate In O.jih.
for sal. N. ,P. Dodge Co.. Harnsy St
v,t 16th TelephoneUougHJI
FCSALES-iF. D. wied. 110 8. 11th at
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
5 PER CKNT to 6 per cent on best class city
residences In amounts 62, Dot' up, also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1621 Farnam 8t
ilTcCIO MORTGAGE bearing 6Vj per oent
seml-ann.; secured by property valued at
7,600. Talmage-Loomls lnv. Co., W. O. W.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE .CO.,
1016 OmahaNat'l. Phone Douglas 1711
FARM and cltyl loane. 6 6Vj and 6 per oent
W, H. Thomals, Keellne Bldg., Doug. 1646.
6f MONEY HARRISON tt MORTON
pLU tlli 0nith Nat'l Bank Bldg.
MONEY to loan on Improved farma and
ranchea. We aleo buy good farm mort-
gage.. Kloke lnv. Co.. Omaha-
DONTPAY IN INSTALLMENTS.
PAY IN I, 2, 4 or I YEARS, BEST PLAN
8HOPEN A CO., KKEL1NB BLDQ.
"REAL-ESTATn LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. UcOARRY,
KKELINU BLDO. TEL. RED 4944.
1100 to lio.000 made promptly. F .D. Wead,
Wead Bldg . Hlh and Farnam Sta.
REAL ESTATE loans, I per cent
D. E. BUCK St CO.,
Ill Omaha Nat. Rank.
CITY and farm loane. I, 5H. 6 Ver cent
J. H. Dumont & Co., 116 Keellno Bldg.
5 PER CENT and 6 per cent money. Toland
ft Trumbull. 44S Bee Bldg. Douglas I70T.
W. T. GRAHAM.
MONEY on hand for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
M National Bank Bldg.
We are ready at all times to
make loans on first-class city
- property and eastern Nebras
ka' farms. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
212 South 17th St
Abstracts of Title.
, Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
CI I sol 8. 17th St, ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract oi
flce In Nebraska. 101 Brandels Theater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Florida Lands. ,
PALM BEACH COUNTY.
The banner crop lands of Florida. Ten
million dollars spent on drainage canals
and improve menu. Best and aafest lands
In thei union for truck growing or citrus
fruit groves. 366 growing days a year; no
winter here, all sunshine. For prices and
terms phone or write
A. PARSONS ft SON,
Phone Doug. ,7848. 663 Brandels Bldg.
140-ACRE FARM, 46 MILES FROM
Minneapolis; 8 miles from two good rail
road towns; good set of buildings, consist
ing of 7-room house, large barn, granary,
corn orlba, machine shed, windmill, eta
160 aores onder cultivation ; oan practi
cally all be. cultivated; no waste land;
excellent corn land; 80 head of eat tie,
consisting of II cows, balance one and
two-year-olds, 8 horses, bogs, chickens
and complete set of machinery every
thine on the place Including one-third
of this year's crop, goes at 360 per acre;
I8.UO0 cash, all the time wanted on bal
ance, I per cant Interest. Schwab Brae.,
1028 Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
POOR MAN'S CHANCE, from 10 acres up.
First payment, 86 up. Choicest truck,
dairy, farm land. Beet location, markets.
Write today Northlands Co., Duluth,
WILD and Improved farma In best Minne
sota dairy district C. Nimerfroh, Mllaoa,
SMALL MISSOURI FARM 810 oash and It
monthly; no interest or taxes; highly pro
ductive land; close to I big markets. Writ
for photographs and full information.
Hunger, A-118, N. 1. Ufa Bid., Kansas
GREAT BARGAINS 36 down, 5 monthly,
buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Pries only
1200. Address Box 808, Excelsior Springs,
FARM For sale, 120 acres; 16 per acre;
bouse, barn, orchard and spring; easy
terms. J. B. Chrlstlson, Waynesvlila, Mo,
THREE ranch snaps in Montana that must
go quick; M4 acres Custer Co., 6 per
acre; 20 acres Rosebud Co., partly Irri
gated, 111 per -mere; 14,000 acres Big Horn
Co., solid body. Improved, 76 per cent til
lable, 111 per acre. Jno. A. Martin,
Aberdeen, 8. D.
CAN sell or exchange any1 lands you have To
offer. C. J. Canan, McCague Bldg.
1,846 acres .near Wood lake; cats 400 tons
hay; running water; fair buildings;
fenced; this la In tbe big hay country
and this ranch Is priced to sell; f IX.eO par
FOR Nebraska and Iowa farms, Stat what
you want, we hav it W. T. Smith Co.,
014 City Nat. Bank Bldg.. Omaha.
160 AND 80-ACRE Johnson county. Neb.,
farms; well Improved. bargain la un
proved 80 In Sarpy oounty.
no a 17th.
FOR PALE Best largjn body high srade
medium priced land la Nebraska; vary
little money required. C. Bradley. Wol
UPPER WIBCONSlNBeat dairy nod gen
oral crop starts In the nulon. Settlers,
wanted: lands for sale at low prioeo oa
asy terma; excellent lands for steok
raising. Ask fori booklet 16 on Wisoonsia
Central Land Grant; state acres wanted.
If Interested In fruit lands, aatt for book
let oo Apple Orchards. Address Land Com
missioner Boo Railway, Minnas polls, Mlna.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
R. L HENS, 76c and 11. 1127 Franklin
Phone Webster 622,.
BULL pupplea for sale cheap. Call Walnut
i- t " ' '
1916 Overland touring put, fully
equipped, starter ana ejeeuic Hints, lt.
Will consider Ford as part payment.
2204 Farnam St.
ONK used two-ton truck, f 4D0 ; one used
one-ton truok, 1200; ono used Franklin
roiulatef1, 8200. Thae track are la first
claas shapo and real bargains. Andrew
Murphy A Son, 14th and Jackson.
WE CAN USE TWENTY LIGHT
CARS. IF YOU CARE TO EX
CHANGE YOUR CAR FOR A
NEW ONE, THIS IS YOUR
S660-t-4 FARNAM ST.
Who's setting the pace now?
In the first nine months of 1811
THE BKE gained 48,804 Paid Ada.
' EXCEEDING the COMBINED GAIN of
the other two Omaha papers for earn
period by more than
20.000 PAID ADS.
Good Results. Good Rates, Good Service..
1 -' -"
FORDS WANTED ,
Drive oars to 2047 Farnam St. Aak for
Mr. Farrar. Fords wanted In exchang for
Overlands and largr ears.
Bring in Your Ford
We Will Take It in on
A New Maxwell
C. W. Francis Auto Co.
Fire, Theft and Liability at lowest rats.
KILLT, ELLIS 4k THOMPSON,
111-14 City Nat Bk. Bldg. Oougllll.
A.UT0 CLEARING7 MOUSE
1201 Farnam St. Douglaa 1810,
1016 Overland Touring ,..900
1914 Dodge Touring 816
1011 Chevrolet Touring..., 400
Hudson Coup, late model, sacriflo.
CROHSTOWN GARAGE, Jli I- 24th St
Doug. 4448. w buy OLD CARS, parts
for Hup 20, OVlemobll. Chevrolet, Appar-
WS will trad yon a nw Ford tar your M
n. ' f
INDUSTRIAL GAR AOS OO..
ltb and Harny. Doug. 4811,
6-PASSENOER touring car, etectrto llghta
and starter; splendid condition; fsto.
rnons miner, uougiaa iivi.
CORD Urea for Fords, 10x8, 8.66; IQxt.
811.61. Zwlebel Bros. D. 41 74, 111!
OUR REPAIR WORK WILL SATISFY YOU.
TELL BIN K LET.
Mil Harnav at. . Dou. 1140.
STEVENS touring oar, T-paangr. Mil
Park Av. Harney 806
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 2010 Harney
Bt. Tyier bd.
FOR R E NT arage aul table for storage or
repair shop; will accommodate 18 cars or s
trucks. Harney 688. ;
WELL built barn, suitable for aoy slsa oar.
1411 Vinton. Harney l87. L
Automobiles for Hire.
FORD for rent. You1 may drlv tt. t charge
by mile. Doug. 1422. Evening. D. 8674.
Auto Tires and Supplies,
DON'T throw away old tires. We make "m
per oent. I In V Vulcanising Co., 1611 Dav
nport St. Omaha. Nab. Douglas 1.14.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
STROM BERG SERVICE STATION.
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS, 1604 Jackson St,
Carburetors my specialty. Red 4141.
100 reward for magneto w can't repair.
Coll repaired. Bayadorfw. 110 N. llth.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service and
prices right 116 a. llth St D. lilt.
Motorcycles and Bicycit
BARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains tn used machine. Victor Roos, "Th
Motorcycle Man,- -J us fjaavanwoixo.
Benson Realty company to Atonso P.
Knapp, Harold street, Benson, is -
feet north of McKInley street, west
.14. in.lll . . 11.800
Jennie O'Brien and iU3baufc to Anna
J. Smiley et ai., Tnirty-iourw sireei .
122.1 feet south of Poppleton are.
nua, east side, 14x117.1 1
William H. Smalls to Frank W. Klue
mire, Maaon street, 110 feet east of ,
Thirty-eighth street, north side, 4tx
Elizabeth R. D. Hill and huaband to
Elisabeth C. Orahara, Twenty-fourth ,
' street 100 feet south of Laird street, . ,
street, east side, 100x114; Twenty- 4
first street, 160 foot south of Laird
street, wast side, 100x184 2,710
Edward Hagati to Lena Paulsen, Burt
street 100 feet west of Forty-eighth
treet, north side, 60x1 28., , TOO
Lena Paulsen to Edward Hagan, Fow
ler avenue, 184 feet west of Thirtieth
street, north aide. 60x128... 4,000
Caroline L. Poppleton, trustee, to Ire
naeus Hauler at at, Cans street 100
feet west of Forty-third street, north
side, 60x121 1
Caroline L. Poppleton, trustee, to Ir'
naeu Shuler et at., Cass street, 800
feet west of Forty-third street, north
side,. 60x180 1
Refusal to Treat. Commercial
Submarines as Merchant
men Brings Note.
WILL NOT SUBMIT 10 IT
Chriitianis (Via London), Oct. 2i.
The German minister hai presented
to the Norwegian a note protesting
against Norway's embargo on the tub-
marines of belligerent countries. The
cabinet diicussed the n6te, but its de
cision has. not been made public.
The press unanimously supports the
government in Iti right to issue such
In ordinance, as Sweden has already
Note Serious One,
London, Oct. 23. Dr. Alfred Zim
merman, the German under secretary
for foreign affairs, is quoted by the
Norwegian correspondent of the
Copenhagen Aftenposten as declaring
that the German note to the Norweg
ian government is a serious one, con
tending that Norway's action conflicts
with paragraph U of The Hague con
vention and is incompatible with strict
neutrality, and furthermore that Ger
many will not calmly submit to such
During the continuance of the nego
tiations, the correspondent adds, many
German submarines are operating off
the Norwegian coast and are stopping
and examining vessels leaving Nor
Provisions of Ordinance. '
The Norwegian ordinance with re
spect to submarines of belligerent
powers forbids such vessels from
traversing Norwegian waters except
in cases of emergency, when they
must remain upon the surface and fly
the national flag. Mercantile subma
rines arc to be allowed in Norwegian
waters only in a surface position in
full daylight and flying the national
Any submarine violating the ordi
nance will, according to hs provisions,
be attacked by armed forces.
STORY OF DEAL
Candidate Asserts Nothing
Said in Private Not Said
to All the People.
STATEMENT FROM WILLC0X
(Continued From Tag One.)
cratic national committee that he had
entered into a secret agreement with
the American Independent conference,
ii. which Jeremiah A, O'Leary is said
to be the central figure.
His denial was in reply to a state
ment issued from democratic head
quarters in this city, containing what
purported to be I feport made by Mr.
O'Leary at the session of the confer
ence in Chicago. In this alleged re
port O'Leary was quoted as having
said: "Mr Hughes promised that his
future conduct in the speech-making
line should be entirely satisfactory to
the interests of the committee."
Charges Made In Statement
The democratic statement charged
that O'Leary and his committee were
delegated to meet Mr. Hughes and
ascertain hit attitude with reference
to "Mr. Roosevelt's pro-British and
anti-American utterances in particular
and his (Mr. Hughes) policies in gen
eral." ' , '
The republican reply was issued at
Montclair at midnight after a three
hour conference between National
Chairman VV. K. Willcox and Mr.
Hughes. The fomer called early in
the evening, took dinner with the
nominee and afterward went into con
ference with him over the nomiuet't
recent trip. While they were con
ferring the democratic statement was
read to them over the telephone. A
few minutes before midnight Chair
man Willcox Issued this statement:
Mr. Hughes1 Reply.
"Chairman Willcox said this evening
that the matter referred to had been
brought to the attention of Mr.
Hughes over the telephone and that
Mr. Hughes replied:
"'I saw the persons mentioned it
their request about the middle of Sep
tember, just as I have seen all persons
and delegations so far as posiible who
have asked me to receive them.
" '1 have said nothing in private that
I have not said in public. At the very
beginning, in my speech of acceptance,
I declared my position in favor of the
absolute protection of American lives,
American property and i American
commerce. This I reiterated to these
nersons and I have stated it to all
others who have asked interviews, as
well at in my public speeches. , ,
Made No Agreements. " '!
"To this maintenance of all Amen
can rights I adhere and shal' continue
to adhere. I have declared over and
over again that I have made no pri
vate agreements and have engaged in
no intrigues and I repeat that state
ment'" After quoting Mr. Hughee as above,
Chairman Willcox. statement con
" 'Chairman Willcox further laid
that the national committee has not
had and has not now any agreement
or understanding with anybody on
such a matter." "
Apparently neither Mr. Hughes
nor Mr. Willcox knew that the state
ment was to be forthcoming until aft
er dinner tonight. Mr. willcox, on
his arrival at Montclair, announced
that he had called to confer with Mr.
Hughes concerning the last trip and
the itinerary for the next one. Early
in the evening Colonel George Har
vey called and paid his respects to
Mr. Hughes. Colonel Harvey was
not present,- however, at the confer
ence between Mr. Hughes and Mr.
Read Over Telephone..,
, The statement issued by the demo
cratic committee was read over the
telephone to Mr. Hughes and Mr.
Willcox by an employe of the repub
lican national committee at New
York, into whose hands copy had
fallen, about 9 o'clock tonight. It
was then taken down- by a stenog
rapher, over the telephone, and tran
scribed. With the transcription be
fore them, Messrs. Hughes and Will
cox prepareu( the statement, which
Mr. Willcox issued.
The committee which saw . Mr.
Hughes included, besides Mr.
O'Leary, "Will R. McDonald of New
York, Carl Schmidt of Detroit chair
man of the national committee of the
American .Independent' conference,
and Frank fceiberlich of Boston. It
was appointed at a meeting in De
troit on. September 27.
The alleged disclosures, for which
the democratic national committee
announced it assumes full responsi
bility, purpprt to have been taken
from "the official minutes and au
thenticated stenographic transcripts
of certain proceedings of' the Ameri
can Independent conference the
high-sounding tttle ot the secret,
racial organization under which Jere
miah A. O'Leary and his associates
have been making their furtive .and
nation-wide campaign in the interest
of Charles Evans Hughes."
At a conference held September 30
last it is asserted, O'Leary made his
report, which, in substance, was that
Mr. Hughes had assurred the "spe
cial committee" (O'Leary and his as
sociates) that he had sent a con
gratulatory telegram to Colonel
Roosevelt on the occasion of the
colonel's Lewiston, Me., speech, be
fore he (Mr. Hughes) had actually
read the address. According to
O'Leary, the democratic statement
said, Mr. Hughes "had simply glanced
over the newspaper Headlines and
comments and felicitated Colonel
Roosevelt upon what apparently was
a great, republican utterance."
A statement read to Mr. Hughes by
the "special committee," according to
the democratic ( national committee,
said in cart:
"We, representing a large per
centage of the voters of the United
States who believe in the principles
of American independence and sov
ereignty, in conference assembled at
Detroit. Mich.. September 7. 1916. have
been attracted by ' the telegram of
congratulation wnicn was km oy inc
Hon. Charles E. Hughes, republican
candidate for president of the United
States, to Theodore Roosevelt upon
the deliverance by hfm of a public
speech at the city of Lewiston, Me.,
which carried with it by expression
and implication, an endorsement by
Mr. Hughes ot Mr. Kooseveits pro
British and anti-American public ut-
- . ' . A :"
terances, which position has hereto
fore been condemned by us in con
ference and convention, as inconsist
ent with American ideals and Ameri
"Under the circumstances we desire
to call the attention of Mr, Hughes
that Mr. Roosevelt, actuated by race
prejudice and a desire to serve Brit-
isn interests, designedly attacxea a
large part of the American people,
while fie did not mention any of the
flagrant arrogant and continual trans
gressions upon American right by
'We. therefore, designated Carl E.
Schmidt. Will R. MacDonald. Jere
miah A. O'Leary and Frank Seiber
lich as our representatives to nlice
before Mr. Hughes this document, and
we further respectfully request and ,
empower them to secure from Mr.
Hughes a definite statement for the
benefit of a broad and liberal Ameri
canism that has been offended by
the British propaganda, creating as
it does racial antagonism In our coun
try with resultant destruction and sur
render of American rights, whether
or not he will administer the presi
dency of the United States in ac
cordance with the spirit of the fathers
and the whole Amreican people, in
stead ot at the behest of present day
tories, materialists and war partisans
who proclaim the fatal doctrine that
American patriotism is British sub
serviency, and the 'spirit of 76' is a
treasonable hyphenism. ,
"To this document, we, the under
signed, representing various organs,
individuals, constituents and interests
throughout the United States, affix
our names as an indication of our ap
proval ot those we rcpreaent."
O'Leary was shown a copy of the
charges made by the democratic com
mittee at the close of an address he
made here tonight, in which he de
nounced the Wilson administration.
He expressed surprise and at first said
he had "nothing to say." Later, how
ever, when aiked if he had ever dis
cussed the British blacklist with Mr.
Hughes, he 'said:
"I never did submit any such ques
tion to Charles E. Hughes."
O'Leary refused, tov. discuss the
Four Homes Already
Started in Waverly ,
Yhe construction of four residences
h,as already begun in Waverly Park
addition, which was placed on the '
market by the local real estate men
for the International Realty Atsoci.
ates Saturday, October 14. , Other
houses ate soon to be started there. .
Byron Hastings made a report on .
the addition and the progress of the
sale of lots at the last meeting of the
Omaha real estate board. He said
that while the entire addition did not '
sell out in a single, day, this after'
all was not to be expected, but that .,
people are going out to look at the ,
addition every day and prospects are,
good for closing out the entire addi
tion by the first of the year.
Would Not Know What to Do .
With Things Prayed For
According to Burd F. Miller, if the
oravera which are sent forth bv in
dividuals throughout the world were
to be answered, we would need more
lunatic asylums than we could build.
because they are so selfish in their
nature that chaos alone could result
from their gratification. - , '
He said that nine out ot ten men
would not know what to do with the '
things they ask for in their prayers,
and that if soW of them were to be
answered the shock would drive them
to inianity or kill them. The Lord s
Prayer might well be studied by all
with good results, as no one who un
derstood anything of its nature could
find anything selfish in -it w
' the great trouble is, said he, :
few understand this group of sacred
words and therefore we hear them
spoken mechanically and with little
reverence. . But with the Theosophist
this is nor so. because ne is searching
within himself for that which always
responds to the highest in nature."
Woman's Hughes Party to "
Close With Chicago Meet
i Chicago, Oct. 23. The campaign of
the national woman's party in the
twelve suffrage states in support of
Hughes nd Fairbanks will be closed
with a man meeting in Chicago Sun
day evening, November 5, according
to an announcement made here today.
Inez Milholland Boissevain will de
liver the principal address at the
church mass meeting. Arrangements -have
been made to flash a final call
to women voters in the capital of each
of the suffrage states by long distance . ,
telephone, where targe electric signs ' ! I
will emblazon this slogan: "Vote
against Wilson. ' He kept - United
States out of suffrage." '
Mrs. Boissevain, who is' now making
a speaking tour of the suffrage states
in the west will arrive, in Chicago,
November 4. . if''
Hold Up Passenger. Train,
sBut They Secure No Loot
Shereveportf La., Oct. 23. Vicks
burg, Shreveport and Pacific pas- '
senger train No. 2, eastbound, was
held up near Rayville, La., tonight by
five robbers, but it is said -that they
obtained nothing. The men boarded -the
train at Rayville, crawled oyer 'the
tender and forced the engineer to
bring the train to a stop, after it had ' ,
proceeded about a mile. '
They failed in an attempt to un
couple the passenger cars and then
tried to break into the express car, but
the doors were locked. They fired a
number of sliots through the window '
of the baggage car. Nobody was hit.
A railroad flagman, who was a pas
senger, fired at the robbers and fright
ened them away.
Will Have New Church in '
Central Park District
The Central Pari- Congregational
church is to have a new place of wor- .
ship. This was decided upon yester
day when at a business meeting of the '
congregation the report of the official
board was adopted. A start will be ,
made in three weeks to raise funds for
the $18,000 building. It has sot been
decided whether to build oa the site .
of the present church or to secure
new lot. ,;;":( ; ';' ,
XawnlSt aast Bsswtbss rasas. ' ,: .
Sloan's Llntrnaat la a wonderrat mMlelM .
f.r MraWa and skaqi. ateatlas faisai a
otud la salafal stmt It atocsj tba aeka. t
Only 26c All drusflsts. Aavortlssnuafc
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