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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1916.,
: 7? .
, DAY BCHOOL.
Every- day Is enrollment day. Book
keeping, ehorthand, stenoiype, typewriting,
toleifrapby. civil service all comnftcrai
mnd English branches. CatalofUa free.
Dooglaa H6. lath and Harney Bta.
VAf BANT SCHOOL OP BUSINESS.
Kt DAY AND EVENINO SCHOOLS,
sy Second Floor Omaha National bank Bide,,
.4 Entrance, 220. Douglas Agio.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOH RENT (-room cottage, modern except
' heat. Phone Walnut bOO or Inquire at
4108 Lafayette Ave.
1 Jit. 00.
2 bath, West Farnam district.
Phone Doug. 2947.
1515 GRANT ST. 7-r.. conm.. modern, $25.
T- F. Hall. 421 Ramge Bldg. Doug. 7408.
7-ItOOMmod. house with garage In Flor
ence. Flo. 242.
1111 PARK AVE. 7-r. mod, brick.
Wl HAVE WHAT YOU WANT.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES,
1111 Carter Lake Blvd 114.00
2401" Parker 10 00
1401 Maple St t oo
6016 No. 42d St 10.00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
1004 Saratoga St 120.00
1410 Carter Lake Blvd 14.00
4-R.. Illl No. nib St. (for colored). 15.00
t-R.. 217 No. lath St 22.50
6-R., 203 South SOth St 125.00
4-R., 4112 Farnam St 25.00
T-.. 2205 North 18th St 20.00
t-A.. 2201 North 11th St. (strictly
modern detached house) 10.00
i-R., 1717 Park Ave. (good brick .
dwelling, newly decorated inside
and out; flret-class residence seo-
tlon) ' 3-00
t-R.. 2003 Dewey Ave': (close in).. 45.00
11-R., 411 South 32th St (cboica
brick dwelling. In the West Far
nam district) 75.00
WE HAVE OTHERS SEE OUR COM
PLETE LIBT BEFORE RENTING. .
PORTER SHOTWELL, .
202 South 17th St. Doug. 6013.
15.0(1109 So. 28th St., 4-r., gal and water.
$20.90 1734 Bo. 27th. fi-r., modern, lat
floor, St. Louts flat.
$20.00 4786 So. 27th, 4-r., on second floor.
$26.00 1706 Burt, Id floor apartment,
three rooms and bath, with heat. Good.
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY.
916 City Kat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 4ft. i
lQS PARK AVE., 8 rooms, modern. Fine
location and arrangements for rooms.
' 112 6. 86th Ave., 6 rooms, modern. West
Farnam district. $85.00.
4160 Wakeley street, north of Davenport
-r it., 6 rooms and sleeping porch and sun
room. New, never been occupied. $45,
Tyler 1586. Rose Bldg.
$27.602639 Davenport St., 8-r., all mod.,
$18.001608 N. SOth St, 6-r., all mod. flat,
$32.60668 8. Iftth St., 9-r all mod.
H. A. WOLF.
614 Ware Block.
The Be. carried
4,)0I WORE PAID Want Ads Orst I
months of 1916 than same period ISIS.
This figure EXCEEDS THE COM
BINED GAIN of the other two Omaha
papers by OVER 20,000 PAID ADS.
Reason: Better Reeults, Better Rates.
NICE 7-room flat. 1907 Cuming St., I2t. 6
roora bouse. 1720 N. 2tth St., .only S12.
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
CREIOH, SONS & CO.
IM BEE BLDQ DODO.
HOUSES, modern, 6, 7 and 11 rooms.
FIRST TRUST CO. Doug. 1151.
FOR RENT Ap'U and Flats
SENT CUT TO IIS.
1110 N. S2d i.r. flat, steel range, gas
plate. Kitchen cabinet, water paid, lit.
. i RASP BROS., Douglas 1669.
(-ROOM modern apartment at 420 South
. Stth Ave;, private basement, heat and
. Janitor services, $40.
BENSON at MYERS CO.,
1 414 Omaha Nation Bank Bldg.
and 4-r. apt., sttb and Harney,
HEATED FLAT, strictly modern.
8. 14th Ave. Tel. Red S657..
t-R. mod, flat, 2208 8. 21th, 120. H. 4711,
FIVE-ROOM APARTMENT, $37.60.
-' Large light rooms, with east, south and
west light. Tile bath, oak floors. Plenty
of heat, $87.60 per month. Georgia Apts.,
1040 Georgia Ave. This Is the best apart
ment now available In Omaha at less than
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
1822 Farnam St. Douglas 898.
BRICK Oat for rent, $26 per month;
rooms, modern. Phone Doug. 162.
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
Two modern stores near Postof flee. Low
rent. O. F. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
Offices and Desk Room.
DESIRABLE studio location In Wead bldg
18tb and Farnam, and In Baldrlge bldg..
SQth and Farnam; rental reasonable,
V. P. WEAD. Wead Bldg.
DEmUABIsE office rooms in ths remodeled
CrotUM Block, 118 N. 16th St. (opposite
postoff.es), $19 to $16 per month. Conrad
Toung. suz ursnaeis TBtatr uoug lJl
CHOICE office space, Balrd Bldg., 17th and
Douglas, McCague Inv. Co.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Houses and Flats.
HAVE parties wanting to rent five, six and
eight room houses In thj West Farnam,
Dundee and Field club districts of the
city. Want good houses in good neigh'
borhooda. Write at once and secure good
tenants, want to hear from owners only,
No agents. Address 5 9 & 2. Omaha Bee.
WANTED lisilng on cottages or houses to
rent or ceil on easy payments. Have cus
tomers waiting. n quire 413 Karbaeb
Block. Douglas . 87.
will . k after your rentals, see Brandels
Bldg. Doug. 3381.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real moving service try us. Large
(horse padded Vans. Storage, $1 month.
Satisfaction guaranteed. We move you
gUlOKKR, CHEAPER AND SAFER.
rnonu ryier zsv or uougias 4338.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
ing iifl N. 11 tn St. Phone
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Careful attention given to orders foi
moving, packing or b tor age, office at Ray
mond Furniture Co., 1613 and 161 & How
ard St. Phone D. 6524.
FIDELITY skhwcb FREE
Phone Douglas 2s 8 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Sts.
J. C. REED
1307 Farnam St.
Express Co. Moving,
packing and storage,
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.
802 a 16th St. Douglas 4183.
Van and two men,
11.26 pr-r hour.
Van and Storage Co., Mvtng, Packing.
storage-and shloplng Phone Douglas 1496.
Motorcycles an(J Bicycxes
BAR LEY -DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains In used machines. Victor Rooe. "Ths
Mutorcyale Man." "708 Leavenworth.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
We have for sale on very easy term a
splendid residence at 110 N. 33d St. Thle
house has eight rooms, all In fin con
dition. The lot is 60x143.. I Is in a very
desirable neighborhood and the price la
208 First National Bank Bldg.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT 8 -room, t
bathe." nearly new: big discount, only
36.2S0. See It. 323 N. 3Stb Ave.
V. L. SELRY 80NS have not yet formed
the habit of cheapening their houses. o
that the price sells them.
CAPITOL HILL SNAP 33,500. -7-room,
modern cottage, close to high
school: paved street: nice neighborhood.
ARTHUR CHASE, 604 Bee Bldg. D. 1538.
3618 " LINCOLN BLVD-ll-room bouse,
strictly modern, with hot water beat
EQUITY in lot, 43d and California. Cathe
dral District. Box 7243. Bee.
3019 Larimore Ave.
3 Rooms $1,250
$100 Cash $12.50 a Month
Only been built 2 yean; In line Condi
tion. Electric lights, full cemented base
ment; cnment sidewalks. Paved street
and a dandy, level lot. Call Tyler 50 and
uk for Mr. Glesing. Office open evenings.
7 till .
HASTINGS '& HEYDEN,
1614 HARNEY STREKT.
NEW BARGAIN TWO LOTS.
SPECIAL LOW PRICE.
B rooms and bath, oak and brick finish,
large living room with fine fireplace and
bookcases, dining room, built-in buffet, 2
ted rooms and kitchen, large floored attic,
splendid cellar, furnace, etc. This Is the
best bargain In Mlnne Lusa addition and
I can prove It.
P. J. TEBBIN8,
60S Omaha Nat. Bk. Phone D. 2182.
MY HOME FOR SALE.
Built only three years. 1 Has three bed
rooms, sleeping porch and bath on the
second floor; vestibule, large living
room, dining room, butle'a pantry, kitch
en and rear entry on the first floor; full
basement; 60-foot lot, No. 8332 Walnut
St. Phone Harney 6718.
$60p EQUITY In furnished 4 -room house and
garage, all modern. Will sell with fur
niture or spearately. Call Colfax 8692
after 6:30 p. m. '
BARGAIN New 8 -room strictly modern
bungalow, hot water heat; coat, $2,(100;
my $1,425 equity for $1,000 cash. Colfax
Will sell my house and lot for small
cash payment down, balance long time.
FOR SALE I acros Improved. Cot 1848
KOUWTZE PLACE restricted district resi
dence for sale. W. V. ktnisst, 8616 N. 16th.
HANSCOM PARK MODERN
HOME IS GOING TO BE
We have been instructed to sell the
property located at 1306 South Slst St.
this week If possible.
Six rooms, modern, full lot, paved street,
paving paid, good garage, fine shade trees,
close to car line and school.
Let us show you this property and make
us your best offer.
Somebody Is going to buy a bargain.
246 Omaha Nafl. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 80.
NEW BUNGALOW . 1
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT
LARGE living 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 basement;
guaranteed furnace; large south front lot,
close to car, school, stores and park. Will
call for you and show you thl bunga
low. Phono us for appointment.
SCOTT AND HILL CO..
Douglas 1006, Ground Floor McCague Bldg.
, FIVE ROOMS NEW ,
All modern in every detail; living and
dining' room all oak finish, with built-in
bookcases; pantry with elaborate cup
boards; Icebox robnu. full basement with
floor drain; shades; electrlo fixtures and
screens; all furnished. This Is a real bar
gain at $3,760: $600 cash, balance on
terms to suit. Others ask as much as
$a,360.' Located at 1816 Deer Park Blvd.
Let us show you this week,
105 Omaha Nat Bk. Doug. 8888.
Evenings Web. 4886.
2573 POPPLETON AVE.
This Is an 8 -room house, ail modern,
with furnace heat, and large corner lot
83x100, now offered at the low price of
$3,000 cash payment of $800. If not sold
Immediately will rent at $27.60. This is a
handy location for one"employed In south
GLOVER & SPAIN,
111-20 City National.
BEST BARGAIN IN TOWN.
7-room brick. 4 bedrooms, parlor with
fireplace and one in reception hall; oak
Xlnish; stationary wasntubs in basement;
on car line: best neighborhood In town.
8008 Pacific, and only $80 per month. See
it at once. Vacant November 1.
L. B. SPAULDING & SON,
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMES
fFORTH THS MONEY IN ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY. LIST SOUR PRuPalK
TY WITH US FOR RESULTS.
O NEIL'S REAL ESTATE INS. AOCY,
Brandels Trweter Bldg Trier 1134.
SOUTH SIDE HOME.
Corner 18th and O, near proposed street
car extension; full lot, D-roora house, city
water, gas; only fl.&otl: easy payments.
GEORGE G. WALLACE, 614 Keellne Bldg.
New bungalow, 6 moms, all on one floor,
strictly modern; on very easy terms; close
In; located 1210 So. 26tb Ave. Tel. Red
GOOD 7-room modern house, hall, living
room, Horary ana aming room, an tin
Ished In oak; a nice arrangement, kitchen
and large basement bricked up and ce
iwnl floor; furnace hfat ; three eJeuping
rooms and oath on 2d floor; house '
well built, and good as new; south-front
lot, 60x124, with paced street; good
nvtghborhoud, convenient to two car lines
and boulevard, owner paid S4.UU0,
rash, for this place year ago. and for
certain reasons wants to sell and Is will
Ins to lose some. If you want something
' like this, better see me soon.
' W. H. GATES,
C47 Oiniiha Nut, Ltanlt Blilg.
Douglas 1294. Webster 2888.
$200 DOWN AND $25 A MONTH.
6 rooms, strictly modern cottage, lo
cated within 10 blocks 'from the post
offlco. Has hard oak floors. Plumbing
and fur n are practically new. South front.
Paved street, paving paid. Why pay rent
when you can own your own home close
in and save carfare?
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha National Bank Hldg, P. 1781.
VAM.EY OF DELAY
WINTER COMING ON
STOP PAYING RENT.
When you can buy a haw, all-modern
oak-flnlsh bungalow on almost your own
terms. See us today.
106 McCague Bldg. Douglas 166$.
INVESTMENTS. INBURANC7 $400 In
come on price. $2,600, "wing 8 houses. 6
rooms each near high school and
Crelgbton college. Also 6 and room
bungalows 8 2 Of down, and twu 1 rooms.
S8i down, twlanoe monthly
CH AH K WILLIAMSON CO
NEW bungalow: also and saniening,
your terms and price; Inv. with $4f0, rent.
8 houses if Jot cost $3,600), $2 600. V. 3107.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
FIVE room,, new,
rated, all modern,
oak finish, fully deco
de . 13.750: 3200 cash,
Got anything you'd like to swap?
ths "Swappers' Column."
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
LARGE 60-FOOT LOTS.
1100 TO IW5.
In city llmlte: one block to car ho:
paved street by the property. '
ONB DOLLAR DOWN.
10 CENTS PER WEEK.
There are fifty of theai: they will not
last very long. Phorte ue for particular
Phone D. 6071. not Keellne Bid
AFTER looking at MINNE LUSA. $00 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the beat
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
If YOU will come out today you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
74$ Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
OWNER must se.l east front lot oa Fonta
nels Blvd., In Clalnnont Will sMl at
sacrifice price U taken at once. Call
MINNE LUSA Nice lot on Titus Ave., near
24th St., can be bought at a bargain; this
lot must be sold. See me quick. C. 'A.
Grlmmel, 84 Omaha National Bk, Bldg.
Improved and unimproved In one to
ten-acre tracts, on or near Bellevue car
line. Best of school facilities.
C. R. COMBS.
Phone Doug. $918, $09 Brandels Theater.
BUY THAT LOT NOW
If you are thinking of building In the
' spring, or later, why not buy that lot
now in Beautiful Waverly Park, on
Fontenelle Boulevard. Prices: $560 to
I ft 60, on easy payment plan. , Ca.ll Tyler
60 and ask for Mr. Uteslng.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
' ItU HAitNEY STREET.
. FINE plaoe for chicken raising, garden'
tng or fruit trees and berry bushes; 16
good lots; one block from car line 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)
BUY THIS LOT.
$10.00 down end $10.00 per month; price
8200.00; stse 60x136; located on Locust
St., between Clark and Burnham, not far
from school and car line. Geo. R. wrlaht
Bee office. Omaha.
6016 Cuming St. Strictly modern, new,
7-r. house, bard wood finish, extra well
built and right up to the minute, ready to
occupy. Price 86,400. Easy terms,
S. P. BO 8T WICK ft SON,
300 Bee Bldg. Tyler 1606.
NETHAWAY has J, 4, 8, 20 and 186-acre
impr, tracts lor cuy property, no, zzs.
6-ROOM residence. South Side. $1,100; $60
cash, balance lib per moi.t. Doug. SJis.
REAL ESTATE Investments
Rental $540 per year. Price $3,200. This
Is a close-in fl-room house arranged for
3 families. On 28th St., between Far
nam and Leavenworth. This is an excel
lent proposition on a reasonable-priced In
vestment. Investigate It Interested.
GEORGE & COMPANY.
Phone D. 766. 63 Clly Nal'l Bank Bldg.
i INVESTMENT AND
A'. P. TUKEY BON.
Phone Doug. 602. 1607-8 W. O. W. Bldg.
101 Keellne Bldg Doug.
Double brick Bt. Louis flat, within (our
blocks of Hth and Harusy; olos. In; bar
Douglas 1311. City National Bank.
FATHER TIHB has his hand on your shoul
der Tou need a staff, a savings account,
a litne money well Invested. Home
Builders suaranteea 7 Der cent, cash dlvl
dends. payable Jan. 1st and July 1st. Tou
can begin any time with any amount The
plan of Investment Is simple.
HOME! BUILDERS, Inc.,
17th and Douglas Sts.
' WE HAVE A SPECIAL BARGAIN
IN AN APARTMENT HOUSE S1TEV
IF SOLD SOON.
CLOSE-IN AND REAL SNAP. TERMS.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO., '
21 City Nat l. Bk. Bldg. Ph. Doug. 1862.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands, Etc-
EXCHANGE Los Angeles, mighty attrac
tive eight-room bungalow on paved street,
all conveniences, hardwood floors, furnace,
fireplace, sleeping porch, garage, abun
dant shrubbery, flowers. Might exchange
for good Nebraska farm, $6,000. F. H.
Ruble, Broken Bow, Neb.
HAVE! a five-room house worth $8,000; In
cumbrance, $1,100; In Omaha; will sell at
a sacrifice or trade for acreage or cheaper
house, or what have you? O. A. Elsasaer,
Florence, Neb. Phone Florence 437.
HAVE two 160-acro farms and one 80-acrs
farm, eastern Nebraska, to trade for olty
ARCHER REALTY CO.,
680 Brandels Bldk.
FORD car and rooming house to exchange
together for lots or equity in house or lot,
Call Ug. 68H after 8 p. m. Box 7080,
Farms, Cattle, Ranches, New Apart
ments, Flats, etc. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
WE have some good homes and rental prop
ertiea for Nob. or la. land. Edward F.
Williams Co:rnRha Nat.Bank Bldg.
OOU1J lot, deslrabli
location, will take used
Ford ss pa rtpay
Ranch specialist, sell or trade ranches for
city property. E. Franta. 67f Braudels Bid.
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
DOWN TOWN LOTS.
44x66 feet. 19th and Burt Sts., $2,200.
40xtl8 'feet, with half interest tn 16-foot
dfiveway, near 30th and Farnam Sts.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
418-1 Keellne Bldg. Phone Douglas 690.
INCOME prot-erty near Furo plant. 16t
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 6 and 6 -roomed trjuses that
can be sold for 810(1 cms a. balance 818
per month; give complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
183V Farnam St Tel. Doug. 1864.
1 HAVE several parties wanting to tx
change Omaha property fur acreage. Call
W. 8. FRANK.
801 Neville Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
We have buyers for your property.
INTER-b ATE REALTY CO..
S2I-S0 City Nat. Bldg. " Doug. 8862
FOR SALESF. D. Wesd.1il s" into
-Live Stock Vehicles
DRIVING team, T and 8-ys.ra-ol(l ; hvagy
harness. Will trad fur Ford. Doug. 4CUU.
Real Estate, Loans. Mortgages.
S PEH CENT to . per cent ob best elsss city
residences lo amqunts IMCO up. ala-
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1I2S Farnam 81.
II.H00 MORTC1AOE bearirVlTe V, " per cent
eeml-dnn.: secured by property vslued at
IT. too. Talmaie-Loomls Inv. Co.. W. O. W.
OMAHA homes. Eaat Nebraska (arms.
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
101 Omaha Nai l. Phone Iloualea ITlt
pAKM and city loans, t-ttt and per
W. H. Thomiia. Keellne Bldg.. Doug
MONEY HARRISON A MORTON
816 Omaha Nat ) Hnnk Bldg.
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. w also buy good ranu raori
gages. Kloke lnv. Co., Omaha.
lioTPjtr" Tn.n8tal.lm knts.
PAT IN 8. 8. 4 or 6 YEARS. BEST PLAN
bhopen co.in keel.1nb ml.lhj.
"real estatp. loans "w anted. .
THO& L. MeUAKRY.
KEELING ULDO. TEL. RED 4844.
1100 lo $10,000 made promptly. F -D. Wead.
Wead Bldg., 18lb and Farnam ate.
REAL ESTATE loans. 8 per cent. 8m
D. E. BUCK CO.,
til Omaha Nat. Rank.
CITY and farm loans. 6. KV., 8 per cent
J. H. Dumont Co., 418 Keellne Biag.
PER CENT and 6 per'cent money. Toland
A Trumbull. 448 Bee Bldg. Douglas 6707,
V. T. GRAHAM.
MONEY on hand for city and
firm loans. H, W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
GARVIN BROS. J.VnT.
We re 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.
T. Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co..
XVcir so, s. 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
HEED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of-
flc. In Nebraska. 10. Brand.ts Tneaier.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
PALM BEACH COUNTY.
The banner crop lands of Florida. Ten
million dollars spent on drainage oanals
and Improvements, Best and safest lands
In the union for truck growing or citrus
fruit groves. 868 growing days a year; no
winter here, all sunshine. For prices and
terms phone or write
A. PARSONS A SON,
Phone Doug. 7848. 888 Brandels Bldg.
140-ACRE FARM, ib MILES FROM
Minneapolis; i mues rrom two gooa rail
road towns; good set or Duuatngs, consist
ing of 7-room house, large barn, granary,
com cribs, machine shed, windmill, eto.
180 acres under cultivation; can practi
cally all be cultivated; no waste land;
excellent corn land; 80 head of oattle,
consisting of 18 cows, balance one and
two-year-olds, 8 horses, hogs, chickens
nd comnlate set of machinery every
thing on the plaoe Including one-third
of this year s crop, goes ai sew per acre,
Ifl.ooo cash, all the time wanted on bat
ance, 6 per cent interest. Schwab Bros.,
1088 Plymouth Biag., Minneapolis Minn,
WILD and Improved farms In best Minns-
sots dairy district, u. mmeriron, sauaoa.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 cash and $1
monthly; no interest or taxes; nigmy pro
ductive land; olose to I big markets. Writs
inr nhotoB-raDhs and full information.
Munser. A-lll. N. Y. Ufa Bldg., Kansas
(iRK at bargains 15 down. $5 monthly.
buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry iana,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
$200. Address Box 808, Excelsior Springs,
FARM For sals, 180 acres; $18 per acre)
house, barn, orchard ana spring; easy
terms. J. B. Christlson, Waynesvllle, Mo,
THREE ranch snaps in Montana that must
go quick; 8,484 acres custer Co., 8ft per
acre: 20 acres Rosebud Co., partly lrrl-
gated, $11 per acre; 18,000 acres Big Horn
Co., solid body, Improved, 76 per cent til
lable, $18 per aors. J no. A. Martin,
Aberdeen, B. P.
CAN sell or exchange any lands you havs to
otter, U. J. uanan, ucuague mag.
!,& acres .near Wood lake; cuts 400 tons
hay ; running waier; iair Duuaingsf
fenced; this Is In the big hay country
and this ranch Is priced to sell; $18.80 per
FOR Nebraska and Iowa farms, state what
you want, we have it. w. T. BmitD u.
814 City Nat. Bank Bldg., Omaha.
160 AND 80-ACRE Johnson county. Neb.,
terms; wen improved, Bargain m lav
prjved 80 In Sarpy oounty.
iu a. nth.
UPPER WISCONSIN best dairy and gsa-
rai crop state in the union, settlers
wanted; lands for sate at low pnoes sn
easy terms; excellent lands for stock
raising, ask for booklet 8ft on Wlsoousls
Central Land Grant; state acres wanted.
If Interested in fruit lends, asg wr noon
lat on AddIb Orcbarda Address Land Com-
mission r Soo- Rsllwy, Minneapolis. Mlna.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
JUST received, new'shlpments of bright red
Japanese Goldfish. Special price, JSC eacn.
Max Oelsler Bird Co.
DAMAGED WHEAT, 11.60 a hundred. A.
W. Wagner, 801 n. letn.
1916 Overland touring car, fully
equipped, starter and electric lights, 1.60.
Will consider Ford as part payment.
2104 Farnam St.
WE CAK USE TWENTY LIGHT
CARS. IF YOU CARE TO EX
CHANGE YOUR CAR FOR A
NEW ONE, THIS IS YOUR
2650-1-4 FARNAM BT.
Who's sutting the pace now?
In the first nine months of 1118
TUB B R K gained 42,904 Paid Ads.
EXCEKDINQ the COMBINED GAIN of
the other two Omaha papers for same
period by more than
20,000 PAID ADS.
Oood Results. (Jood Ratoa, Good Service.
Drive cars to 2047 Farnam St. Ask for
Mr. Farrar. Fords wantM In sxchaog. for
overland, and larger cars.
Bring in Your Ford
We Will Take It in on
A New Maxwell
C. W. Francis Auto Co.
Firs. Th.ft and Liability at low.st rat.a
KII.LT. E1.US THOMPSON,
13-14 City Nal. Uk. Uldg. 'Juug. 2tl..l
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2:09 Farnam Bt Douglas 8310.
1Mb Overland Touring $400
1916 Dodge Touring 836
llIG Chevrolet Touring 400
Hudson Coupe, late modol. sacrifice.
ON K used two-ton truck. $460; one usod
one-ton truck, 8200; one used rrar.lt 1 111
roadster, 8200. These trurks are In first
clusa shape and real bargains. Andrew
Murphy A Son. 14th and Jaekson.
CROSSTOWN GARAGE. 31 S. S4th St.
Doug. 4448. We buy OLD CARS. Parts
for Hup 80, Oldsmotflla, Chevrolet, Apper
WS will trad, you a asw Fort ior roar et.
INmiHVRIAL OARAOR CO..
loth snA Hsrwr. Doug. Illl.
ONE PACKARD oiosrrt laundaul.t body, for
sal. at a bargain. K. c. Kmltri. o: Far-
nam at. Phon. Poug. 7
COHD tlrta (or Fords. lOll. iS.st: JOll
Ill.fK. Zwlsbsi uroa. u. .sis.
5UH RKPA1R WORK WIM. BATtSFt TOlT
TELL ft UINKLCI.
lilt Harn.y Bt Doug. H4.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT soto rapalrlng. "s.rvlo. oar al
ways r'sady." Omaha Oarags. 1010 Harnsv
St. Tyl.r ess.
Automobiles for Hire.
FORD foi r.nt. Tou may drlv. It. I charga
by mil.. Doug Mil. Bv.nliiga. D. 1. 71
Auto Tires and Supplies.
DON'T throw awsy old tlras. W. malt. on.
a.w tiro from Id, ttos an, sav. you ..
p.r coat. I In I Vulcanising C. . Illl Pav
.nport St.. Omaha. N.b Douglas St 1.
Auto Repairing and Painting
RTROMBRRO 8KRV1CB STATT6n.
OEOROB W WILLIAMS. 1101 Jackson St
110" reward for magn.to w, can't repair.
. .11. r.pslr.d. Bsysdcrfar. 311 N. lltS.
KiEB Agto Radiator R.patr SarvTo. aaj
pries right. Ill lllk St. D. TIM.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Columbian Invsstment oompany to
Charles W. Young, southeast cor
nor v-iftv. third knd Hickory streets.
hixlil I -00
J. P. Heach and wife to Agnes Mo-
Kenna, southwest corner Tnirty
fnurth avenue and Fremont, Blk
horn snri Missouri Pacific railway,
Irregular, approximately Tdxlll. . . 1,000
P. J. MeShane, jr., sheriff, to Hans
Wii If, WakfOey street, 10 feet east
of PortV-ssventh street, south Side.
Barker oompany to Frank P. Kennedy,
Cuming attest, HI feet esst Of Thirty-second
street, north side, 80x110
Thomas Crawford and wife to Jessie
Storrler, Pavenport street, 131 feet
west of Twenty-sixth street, south
Mattte M. Mackey and husband to Cora v
K. Chapman, Thirty-ninth street, iiu
feet south of Sorasus street, west
side, 40x184 1
Julius G. Gaebel and wife to F. M.
Patterson and wife, Van Camp ave
nue. 301 feet southeasterly of Twen
tieth street, northerly side, 100x130 1
John W. McCulley and wife to Henry
8. Hoover, Twtnty-nlnth street, 161
feet south of Fort Omaha avenue.
west side. 117xlS4U 1,100
George Fessenden to Thor Jorgensen,
Twentv-elshth avenue. 369 feet north
of Kill-on avenue, ftSVsxUs 410
Byron Jteed oompany to reter c.
Vlthen, Twenty-third street, 30 feet
north of Caatelar street, west side.
Hugo F. Bill and wife to K. E, Bill,
Thlrtv-thlrd street. Ill feet north
of Mason Street, west side, 44x135, 4,500
Laura M. Heldltnger and husband to
Mary B. Archibald. Twenty-third
street. 05 feet north of Manderson
street,' east side, 40x134 1
Clark B. Firestone, Kxtr., to Alice
Cole, southeast corner Thirty. fifth
and Firestone avenue, irregular, ap
proximately 00x133 ,
Mlna Doll to Julius Wsstrom. Jones
street. It feet west of Thirty -fifth
street, south side, 13x134 1,000
Adrian Pomes and wife to Oertrude
S. Bowman, Twentieth street, 41
feet north of Bancroft street, west
side, 40x00 1
NOTE FROM WILSON
President Expresses His Ap
preciation for Entertainment
While in Omaha.
NOTE FROM MRS. HUGHES
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Webster
bave received letters of thanki for
their Omaha entertainment from
President Wilson and Mrs. Wilton.
Mr. Webster is president of the State
Historical society and introduced
.President Wilson at the dinner given
him and Mrs. Wilson at the Fonte
nelle. The letters come from Shadow
Lawn, the summer home, and is on
White House stationery.
President Wilson's letter to Mr.
"May I not in person say how much
Mrs. Wilson and I have appreciated
your gracious letter of October u,.al'
dressed to Mr.. Tumulty? We both
enjoyed the day at Omaha altogether
and shall look back upon it as one of
the pleasantest memories of the year.
Cordially and, sincerely yours,
Mrs. Webster's note from Mrs.
Wilson was a gracious "Thank you"
Mrs. Charles S. Elgutter is also
treasuring; a note of thanks from Mrs
Wilson. Mrs. Elgutter sent Mrs
Wilson . a "Greater Omaha Cook
Book," compiled by the women of
Temple Israel sisterhood, the day
Mrs. Wilson was here.
Just as highly pritd 11 the letter
of thanks R. J. Kilpatrick of Beatrice
has received from Mrs. Charles Evans
Hughes, perhaps the next "first lady
of the land," for the handsome Polar
bear rug he presented Mrs. Hughes.
For Debate On Wet
And Dry Question
The Nebraska Prosperity league
has challenged Dr. Titus Lowe, pas
tor of the First Methodist church, to
debate the prohibition question with
its representative, Hon. Jacob E.
Meeker, M. C, at the Boyd theater
Should the challenge be declined,
Congressman Meeker will deliver an
address on "Sane Business and Sound
Democratic Oratory Too
Much for City Hall Roof
Did democratic oratory in the city
ball puncture the roof to the extent
that a new covering must be laid?
That question has been asked, but not
ret satisfactorily answered.
The council allowed C. J. Shea
Roofing company a contract to do the
work on a bid of $516, with stipula
tion that the city retain the copper
of the present roof and sell old mate
rial to best advantage. The bidders
proposed to do the work in exchange
for the copper, but the council ac
cepted the alternative bid.
BUY WHEAT ON ALL
Traders Talk $2 Wheat, but
Uncertainty Drives the
DURUM SETS A NEW MAEK
While traders still talked $2 wheat,
there was enough of a feeling of un
certainty to drive prices off a cent
a bushel on the cash sales, though the
futures were well up to the high
marks of Monday. Cash wheat (and
there were ninety-two carloads of it)
sold at alljhe way between $1.67 and
$171 H per bushel.
The demand for wheat was fair, but
there was no scramble to get hold of
it as there had been during the last
two or three days. However, ad
vices are being sent out to buy on all
breaks, as the tendency, it is as
serted, is toward higher prices.
Durum Up 3 Cents.
Durum wheat set a new high mark
and went up to $174(3178, an advance
ot i cents per busnel.
Corn receipts were light, there be
ing; but seven carloads on the market.
Prices were all the way between 88
and 96 cents per bushel. Ninety-six
cents was paid for No. 2 white, a new
high mark. Un the whole, corn prices
Dunns the trading hour rye reacnea
a new top price, selling at $1.2
1.8 per bushel, s cents better man
ths hiffh nrir nf Mnnrl&v.
Oats were hiaher. selling at 49
49, cents, J cents over Monday
Will Talk Friday at
Senator Albert I. Beveridge of In
diana will speak Friday evening in the
Auditorium under auspices of repub
lican county central committee. He
is regarded as one of the foremost
public speakera of the day and never
fails to interest his audience, uur
a this campaign he has been ad'
dresiins larire tratherinars.
full details ot his visit in umana
have not been worked out. A recep
tion committee will be selected. It
is expected that the senator's address
will be of exceptional interest.
Democrats will be invited to attend
President Felton of
Great Western to
Talk to Bankers
President Samuel M. Felton of the
Great Western is over from Chicago,
having come to deliver an address
before the Nebraska bankers asso
ciation on "Passenger Traffic."
Assertintr that the Oreat western
is doinat a better business than ever
before in its history, President Fel
ton is pleased with the outlook and
sees no reason why the heavy freight
and passenger traffic should not con
Durinff his stav in the citv Presi
dent Felton .is the guest of Gurdon
W. Wattles, one of the directors of
the ureat western.
Protests Against c
Paying for Paving
On Center Street
W. L. Walker, owner of crooerty
at Fifty-fourth and Center atreets,
filed with the citv council protest
against special taxes assessed for
oavinir which recently was conv
plcted on Center street. He alleges
that the special taxes are not equal
to benefits accruing to property
owners; furthermore, property own
era did not petition for the improve
ment. The paving was ordered under
a provision of the law which au
thorizes the city council to proceed
without petitions in cases of "main
thoroughfares." The protest will be
considered by city council sitting as
board of equalization on Novem
Woman Sues When
House is Searched
, Aa-nes Chester. 4211 South Thirty
eighth street, South Side, has brought
nuit for $.yxju damages trom tne tiur
lington railroad and George C. Phil
Hub. a special asrent for the road.
Mrs.- Chester alleges that on Sep
tember 28, 1915, Phillips illegally en-
tered her home and searched the
premises, taking three rolls of clotl
and a revolver, saying that the cloth
and revolver had been stolen from a
Burlington railroad car.
Mrs. Chester asserts at the time she
was a dressmaker, but lost her busi
,iess on account of the occurrence an !
was forced to take a position with a
packing house, which in turn com
pelled her to keep her 6-year'olr;
daughter out of school to care for her
3-year-old daughter while ihe was at
Death Follows Man's
Fall from Bicycle
George A. Tramisiea, aged 23 years,
died Monday morning at his home,
1712 Charles street, of acute menengi
tis and injuries received when he fell
from a bicycle near his home. He
had been employed as elevator con
ductor in the Baird building and was
a cousin of Dr. J. A. Tamisiea. He
is survived by his father, G. E. Tami
siea. Funeral services will be held
Wednesday morning at 8:45 o'clock
from Hoffman's chapel and at the
Holy Family church at 9 o'clock. In
terment will be in Holy Sepulchre
Rock Island Agent Goes
To Colorado for Health
The brief stay of John E. Utt, gen
eral agent of the Rock Island, after
a summer spent in the Wisconsin
woods, did not bring the relief antici
pated. While here Mr. Utt's condi
tion became more critical and now he
h.a crnn tn Colorado, houinir that
the change of climate witl prove bene
ficial to his health. .
LAW THE HIGH ROAD
TO WHITE HOUSE
But Farmers and Clergymen
Father Many of United
MOST OF BRITISH ANCESTRY
By A. R. GROH.
All boys learn, during their early
days in school, that they may become
president of the United States some
Most of us, by the time we reach
the age of 30, would sell our chance
at a very moderate price. ,
Most boys, anyway, have little de
sire to be president of the United . v.
States. Personally. I was ambitious
to be a railroad engineer or a news
boy on a train so that I could ride
all the time without having to pay
Another boy I knew longed, some
day, to become the driver of a large, i
blue garbage cart that used to pass .
the house. And any number of tkem
cherished the ardent desire to be one
of the men who sit on the heads of -the
elephants in the circus parade.
But I never knew a single boy who
wanted to be president ol the United
States. " :
Presidential Material. '
However, men are known to cher
ish this ambition. Let ua turn the
pages of history and observe what
were the occupations of the men who
became presidents of this republic.
Twenty-seven men have been pres
ident and nineteen of these were law
yers I Three were statesmen, two
were farmers (Washington and the
first Harrison), two were soldiers
(Taylor and Grant) and one wis a
public official (Roosevelt).
In their earlier lives the range of
occupations was somewhat wider, also
somewhat humbler. Millard Fillmore
waa a tailor and Abraham Lincoln
was a farm hand. .
Do you find your occupation among
any of these, sir? Well, I don't find
mine and I'll sell my chance at the
presidency very cheap.
Now let's go back to the fathera
of the president! and tee what their
occupationi were. .
Few Lawyers' Sons.
Ah. here we find a very pleasing: ab
sence of lawyers. Only two presi
dents had fathera who were lawyers.
They were Taft and J. Q. Adams.
The fathers of most of them were
either farmers or clergymen. There
were fourteen whose fathera were
farmers and three whose fathers were
clergymen, the latter being Arthur,
Clevenand and Wilson. Charles Evana
Hughea is also the son of a clergy-
Three presidents were aons of mer
chants, namely, Buchanan, Hayes and
Koosevelt. . lirant s tather waa a tan
ner. Andrew Johnson's father fol
lowed the humble calling of sexton
The astounding thing about our
presidents is that all but two of them
were ot British ancestry, ihe two
exceptions were Van - Buren and
Roosevelt, both Dutch; The others
were either English, Welsh, Scotch
or Scotch-Irish. (Well, I'm English
Irish on my mother's side.)
All the president were either poor
or in very moderate circumstances,
Fortune seldom takea a child from
the lap of luxury and throws the
mantle of greatness over him. Most
of us can qualify on that count, any
way, can't we? . .:
Wants $50,000 Work
On Court House Lawn
Henry K. Bush Brown, prominent
Washington sculptor, was in the city
a few days ago conferring with John
Lee Webster, president of the Frtenda
of Art, with regard to placing hla
massive work, "The Indian Buffalo
Hunt," in front of the court houae.
The price is placed at $50,000. Neither
Mr. Webster or the directori of the
society have taken any action in the
The Friends of Art spent $8,000
last year on paintings which hang
in the public library gallery. One is
Boys Prompt Blind
Man to King Alarm
The village cutups pulled one of
their usual "good jokes at Thirteenth
and Douglas streets when they direct
ed Henry Swiggens, a blind man, who ,
wished to post a letter in a fire alarm
box. They succeeded x in getting
Swiggens to turn in an alarm and
then left, him to suffer- the conse
quences. The blind man explained
satisfactorily to the authorities, who
would give much to catch the come
Pioneer Resident of South ,
Side Dies at Long Beach
Mrs. Tom Gillispie, for thirty-five
years a resident of South Side and
one of the first five women who set
tled in the village, died Monday at
Long Beach, Cal. The body will be
brought here for burial. The funeral ,
will be held Thursday afternoon
from the late home, 4023 L street.
Services will be held in St. Bridget's
church and burial will be in Holy
Sepulcher cemetery. Mrs.- Gillispie
was 55 years old and ia survived by
five children, all of the South Side.
Street Car Hits Auto, Owner
Seeks $1,200 Damages
D. C. Bradford seeks $1,200 from
the Omaha & Council Bluffs Street
Railway company, alleging in a peti
tion filed in the district court that on
the morning of August 30, 1916, an
eastbound Farnam street car ran into .
his limousine at the intersection of
Twenty-seventh avenue and damaged
the machine to the extent of the sum
named. .- - - ... v . -
Sues Because He Says He
Was Hit with a Gun Butt
Alleging that on October 10, this
year, Fred Palmtag, special agent for
the Missouri Pacific, beat him with
the butt end of a gun, Charles Lane
has brought suit for $1,000 against
Palmtag, the Maryland Casualty
company and the Missouri Pacific
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