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THE BEE; OMAhM tnuKSDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1916.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE HAVE WHAT YOU WAN'
HOUSES AND COTTAdES
l-R 9401 Maple St I
-R. 3401 Parker St 10.00
4-B. 1C1S Cuur Lake Blvd 14.00
1-R. 1016 No. 42(1 St 11.00
MODKRN EXCEPT HEAT.
E-R. 2904 Saratoga St 8SO.00
l-R. Silt No. 27ih St (lor col
ored) 7. 1.M
-R. 2188 So. th St ,...,14.00
; STRICTLY UODERN.
4- R. !7! Corby St 110.00
5- R. SS07 No. 30th St... 50
l-R 1302 No. 45th St.
-R. 643 So. 30th St. (close In).
l-R. 43 Franklin St
l-R 3013 No. 30th (with garasa)..
l-R 4113 Farnam St
7-R. 973 No. 37tb Avi
7-R 8908 No. 18th St
7.R. DIE Ro, 26th St. (brand now.
trtctly modern brick dwelling).. 88.00
J.R. 4110 No. 30tb St 37.60
l-R. 3901 No. .17th St 30.00
l-R 1717 Park Ave. (choice brick
dwelling newly decorated Inside
and out) 13.60
l-R. 3008 Dewey Ave. (good brick.
dwelling vary cloee In) 46.00
E-R. 308 So. 30th St. (itrktly
modern flat, with hardwood tin-
lab and built-in Hirfet) 336.00
WB HAVE OTHERS. SEE OUR COM
PLHTB PRINTED LIST BEFORE RENT
303 So. 17th St. Doug. 6013.
35 3014 WEBSTER, 7 rooms, strictly mod.
3303209 Casa. 6 roome, strictly modern.
. 812.501664 N. 20th, 4 rooms, water paid.
412.502221 California. 5 rooms.
R1NGWALT BROS.. Brandels Theater Bide;.
HOUSES TOR RENT.
CREIUH. SONS CO.
MB BEE BLDO DOIIO 100
S-nOOM MOD. COTTAOE close In,
Flrat Trust Co. D. 1161.
FOR RLNT Ap't. and Flats
FINE WEST FARNAM APT., $42.50
The best apartment now available In
Omaha: Colonial Act.. 38th and Farnam
Five large light rooms, Wi.60. See or
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
- 1622 Farnara. Douglas 898)
fOR RENT Dundee flve-rflom apartment,
- W. I SELBT BON8,
J-ROOM flat for rent. Modern except heat,
tiw. 2Sio f arnam. inquire 2DS Far-
(iW steam-heated apartments, 1914 Burt
St.; rooms, 'modern ; winter prices, 3.6u
ana jd.uw. n
f INO WALT BRQS.,.t Brandels Theater Bldg,
ii-ltUuM modern apartment at 420 South
26th Ave.; private basement, heat and
- BENSON & MYEKS CO.,
424 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bidg, Doug. 746.
...ifiUa., nut lot t
tii, ;it) pr munUi.
fhonc Doug. 6a.
FOR RENT Businesa Pr'p'ty
UASii-MKNT, 111 S. 16th, steam heat, liili.
ti07 S. 13th St., good brick, $30,
JOHN N, FRENZait, Douglas 654.
WO modern stores near Poitoff.ce. Low
i rent. Q. P. Stebblns. HW Chisago,
FOR RKNT Modern
heat. 41 Ames av
store room, steam
. Colfax 2900.
Offices and Desk Room.
UtitUHAULM studio location In Wead bid
18th aud Farnam, and in Baldrlge bldg..
sum ana f arnam, rental reasonable,
f. D. WEAD. Wead Bldg.
, DU81UABLB office rooms In the remodeled
4 Crounse block. 119 N. 16th St., (opposite
postofflce), 10 to $16 per month. Conrad
young, 3Z2 Brandels Theater. Doug. 1571,
CHOICE office space, Baird Bldg., 17 tt and
uougias. ucuague xuv, am.
WANTED TO RENT.
Untarnished House i and Flats.
WB want more houses and apartment to
' rent The fact that we have practically
cleaned out our big list Is conclusive proof
of the efficiency of our rental service. If
you want to keep your places rented aee
Payne & Slater Co., "Omaha's Rental
Men." 616 Om, Nat. Bit. Bldg..Doug. 1018.
YtANTiilt llsiinc on cottages or bouses to
rent or celt on eaer payments. , nave ous
tomers waiting, .nqulr 111 KarbMfe
, Block. Pouglao 0T.
. QAlAtAUUldH 4 NKL8CN
will k after your rentals. 144 Branded
Bldg. Doug. bsu.
Furnished Houses and Flats.
We have desirable tenant for good
room furnished apartment, lease to April
GEORGE, & COMPANY,
902 City Mat. Bk. Bldg)
Phone D. 768.
tfUKNISHlfil) rooming house or hotel In
small town. All particulars In flrst letter.
Harry A, E. Turnee, 2101 Douslaa St.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West Farnam Residence
Thia is a good J-story frame house, with
I rooms, strictly modern and In good con
dition; one-half block of the Farnam car
line and cloee to the Btackstone hotel.
GEORGE AND COMPANY,
902 City National Bank Bldg.
We have for sale on very easy terms a
splendid residence at lie N. 33d St. This
house has eight rooms, all In fine con
Uillon, The lot is 50x143. It Is In a very
'login. bit neighborhood and the price is
308 First National Bank Bldg.
:', ') 4819 CUMING ST.
I 13,780 Five rooms, brand new, rooms
. all on one floor; absolutely confplete and
ready to occupy; paved street, paving
paid. Ten-year guarantee on textile shin
gles. Can give possession at once: easy
HI ATT CO.,
,;AA U.BEAT THis? MUST BB "SOLE
AT flhlCIil I , .(Crvl . n,,
2 S1U.. 1200 CASH. PBICB 82 Dull
d.r., strictly mod. bungalow; good as
new; east front; paved street; close In
An nusual value; a lota if desired. '
M'KITRICK R. E. Co. D. 7482. T,er 214Q..T
w I'AniNAfli WJaTKlCT s-room. 1
. baths, nearly new; big discount, only
IMtO. Bee It. 128 S. aith Ave,
ill L1NCOI.N fll.VD-U-roon, SHiaT
etrletly modern, with hot water h.L
MY HOME FOR SALE.
Built only three years. Has thrs bed
rooms, sleeping porch and bath on the
second Ioor; vestibule, Urge living
room, dining room, Sutler's pantry, kltch
sn and rear entry on the first floor; full
basement; to -toot lor. No. 8332 Walnut
St. Phone Harney j7S.
t HAT nve-roum cottage on Florence Boule-
vard for only $i,7&0, for a few days.
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Doug, im. Web. 2688.
ARM KKS, ATTKNTXON -Chance to buy g
room, new, modern, stucco, and e-room,
new bungalow, or trade for acres or fruit
rHncb, Total value $0,000. Call Webster
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
$3,250 Will buy the modern home at 2638
javenpori st. tdib is ii.ooo less than
me price on the adjoining house and lo-
ox same size.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1803 FARNAM ST.
AN ESTATE orders one remajnlng property
t cioiea out. a e-r. nouse, oustnees lot,
unitary Ave only II, U0. a great bar
GEO ROB O. WALLACE. 514 Keellne Bldg.
blttUNTZt:: rLACsi rwirlctwd district reii
flenra Tor sale. F. V Knleei. Ifilfc K
FOR BALK t merB Improved. Col hi
NEW BUNGA' OW
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT
Large Jiving room with but Ma book
cesee, dining room with plate rail and
paneled walls, kitchen, two bedrooms and
bath, all on one flour. Oak finish and
oak floors, large attlot full basement
guaranteed furnace; large south front lot,
close lo oar, school, stores and park. Will
-au for you and show you this bung'
low. mono us xor appointment.
SCO IT AND HILL CO..
Douglaa 1009. Ground Floor McCague Bldg
All modern in every detail; living and
dining room alt oak finish, with built-in
bookcases; pantry with elaborate cap-
boards; Icebox room; full basement with
floor drain; shades; electric fixtures and
screens; all furnished. This is a real bar
gain at H.750: thw casb. balance
term to suit. Others ask as much as
J.260. Let us show you this week.
TOt Omaha Nat. Bk.
Wit HAVE BUYERS FOR HOUrl
WORTH THfil IIONBY IN ALL PARTS
OF TUB CITT. L1BT YOUR f ROrKK
TT WITH UB FOR RESULTS.
JNUIL'U REAL EST AT U A INS. AOC1
Rrandols Theater Bldg
New bungalow, 6 rooms, all on one floor
strictly modern; on very easy terms; close
In; located 1210 So. 1Mb Ave, Tel. Red
NEW 6-ROOM BUNGALOW
I Very easy terms. ,1110 South 26th Ave,
DON'T PAY RENT ANOTHER
Bay this strictly modern, new, 6-r. and
bath, oak finish, with oak floor! through
out; has a number of special features;
large Kucnen, wun ouuwn cupooaruu
high-grade lighting- and plumbing fix
Wren; enamel and tile bath room, window
b hades, full cement basement, furnace
heat, dandy south front lot, street being
paved, close to cur and about 16 minutes'
ride down town. Price 12,860; 1360 oash
108 McCague Bldg. Douglas 1663.-
. STOP THAT RENT BILL.
A new five-room cottage on large cor
ner lot, S4xl!26: Just being started: mod
ern in every detail; oak floors; cloat In
and near West Farnam car line.
$2,350, 1300 Down,
$26 per Month. '
- ' Ready December ISth.
"i SCHULER & CARY,
204 Keeline Bjdg. Phone Doug. 6074.
INVibTMNTti, 1.NSUHANC7 4UU In
come on price, sz.frvu, 'teing I bouses,
rooms each near high school ai
Creigbton college. Also ft and (-room
bungalows, 1200 down, and two 1 rooms.
H down, balance monthly.
CHAH. B. WILLIAMSON CO.
Ni-JW bungalow: also 3-1. and gardening
your terms and price; Inv. with $400, rent,
b houses (fiat cost ia,&oo), ix.&oo. D. tioi
FIVE rooms, new, oak finish, fully deco
rated, all modern, etc., $2,760; $200 cash.
balance monthly, uoua isat.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
. , LOT SNAP." ,
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT.
' Close to Farnara car, Prinibyterlan
- church and the new Henry W. .
Yates' school site; west front on
34th St.; first vacant lot south of ,
Davenport, gome fine homes bulld
' lng-ln this block. This lot only
$1,850, subject to paving; -48138 ft.
D, V. STOLES CO.V v "
816 City Nat. Bk, Bldg. . - .- Doug. 4$.
v BUY AND BUILD.
A, email apartment or flats on this line
Military Ave. lot. Just south of Patrick
Ave, The lot has a frontage d 60 .feet
and- would make an Ideal location for such
a building. The present owner will trade
his equity or sell on payments. This Is a
proposition worth Investigating,
. CREIGH, SONS & CO,
608 Bee Bldg.
AFTER looklnk at MINNB LUSA. 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand wny outers are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
lit Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
OWNER must aej east front lot on Fonts
nelle Blvd., In ClairmonW Wfll seU at
aaortfioa price it taken at ohoe. Call
MiWNjfl lusa w ice lot on Titus Ave., near
mtn dl, oan oe nougat at a bargain; this
lot must oe sold, Bei me quick. C. A.
Grlmmel, 848 Omaha National Bk. Bldg.
ACRES SOUTH. .
Improved and unimproved In one to
ten-acre tracts, on or near Bellevue car
Hue, Beat of school Iaolllt.es. ,
C. R. COMB 3,
Phone Doug. 1916. 808 Brandels Theater.
F1NU place tor chicken raising, garden
ing or fruit trees and berry bushes; 1ft
good lots; one block from car line and
close to school. Price, $760; $1 down
ana too per week on each lot. Box 7047,
REAL ESTATE Suburban
START YOUK HOilfcJ IN BENSON 1
BUY THIS LOT.
$10.00 down and $10.00 per month; price
$200.00; sUe 60x128; located on Locust
6t between Clark and Burn ham, not far
from school and car Une. Oeo. B. Wright
Re office. Omaha. ;
$016 Cuming St. Strictly modern, new,
7r. house,, hard wood finish, extra well
built and rigbt up to the minute, ready to
occupy. Price $6,400, Baey terms.
8. P. BOB'.' WICK sc SON.
800 Bee Lldg. Tyler' 160$.
NKl'HAWAY has 3. 4, 6, ti) and 125-acre
Impr. tracta tor city property, Flo. 228.
i-ttuull residence, South Side, $1,UU; C
cash, balance $16 per month. Doug. 612$.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
, DOWN TOWN LOTS.
44x06 feet, 18th and Burt Sts., $2,200.
' 40x68 leet, with half Interest In 16-foot
driveway, near 20th and Farnam fits.,
J. H. DUMONT A CO.,
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Douglas 600.
ItNyOMiii property near rord plant.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
DAUAOKD WHJiAT, II. so a bunttred. JL
W. Waa-ner. aoi N. Ifitb.
REAL ESTATE Investment
Dp YOU WANT TO MAKK tSSs.DO
ON A ItOC.Oa INVESTMENT?
t&Ss.9fl equity $600.00 worth of furni
ture, ..room, mod., new collate and
Karaee, eldewalka, etc., paid; party must
lrave city at once. Tbla anap. cornea pnly
ones in . tiretime.
WBITK, CAU, OR PHONE QUICK.
INTERSTATE! REALTY CO..
2-30 fITY NATIONAL HLDO.
MONK IlOimi.AS 82.
10 PER CENT NET.
A ctote.ln comer, well Improved, two
blocks from 16th. on one of the main bua.
Inc.. Btroeta wnero values arp Increa.lna
rapidly. First tint offered; the best buy
on the market today.
GLCVER & SPAIN,
Douglaa 3c:. lll-SO City National,
' ' INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKKY SON,
Phone Dout. (01. 1601 -I W. O. W. Bid,.
Keellne Bide Dciui.
Double brick St. Loula Rat. within tou.
blocka of letb and Harney; oloa lo; bar.
Douvlaa 131S, City National Bank.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands, Etc.
farm, eastern KeWaaka, to trade for city
ARCHER REALTY CO..
680 Brandels Bldb.
FORD cai and rooming house to exchange
together for lots or equity in house or lot.
Call Lit. .fcaai. atier 6 p. m. Box 7080,
THAUBS TRADES TRADES.
Farms, Cattle, Ranches, New Apart
ments, Flats, etc, ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
Wfa3 have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or la. lanC. Edward F.
Williams Co., Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg,
OOuD lot, desirable location, will take used
Ford as part payment Webster S48.
Ranch specialist, sell or trade ranches tor
city prouerty. B. Franta. 678 Brandels Bid,
SUMMER RESORT IN PARK REGION OF
MINNESOTA FOR SALE.
If you are a sportsman read this ad over
more than once. Then get busy; Its the
opportunity of a lifetime.
For good reasons the owners of one of
the finest summer resorts In the northern
woods has decided to place his property
on the market. Tble Is not one of the
conventional summer resorts It's vastly
different from the ordinary run of them.
Main dining room and cabins are of logs.
The location Is an Island of 24 acres In
one of Minnesota's grandest deep-water
lakes. The boating and bathing are un
excelled; there are bass grounds where
thla gamey fish Is caught in abundance,
together with pike, trout, crapples ana
other varieties; the hunting In season Is
groat Near by the Mississippi has Its
source In Itasca State park, and about all
there is a scenic grandeur that fasolnates
the eye, and furnishes a constant source
or delight Here one may Idle away a
summer In Idealistic simplicity, with every
appealing sport at the command of
visitors. Tne owner wants to sell it, but
would take land in North Dakota or Mon
tana as part payment Some one who
wouia buy it and convert tt into a club nroD
erty for a company of wealthy sportsmen
wouia mane a tenstrme.
For full particulars address
J. O. CHRYSLER A SON,
. . Lake Park. la. ,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, S and 6 -roomed houses that
oan do soia ior siuu casn, balance 816
per month; give complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & Co.
132P Farnam Bt. Tel. Doug. 1064,
HAVE several, parties wanting to
change Omaha property for acreage, i
W. S. FRANK,
!0l Neville Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
WE have buyers for your property.
lrt THJit-STATIS REALTY CO,,
628-30 City Nat Bldg, Doug. 8S6J.
FOR SALES F. D. Wead, 810 So. 18th St.
'Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
PER CENT to 6 per cent on bust class city
residences in amounts 82,000 up, also
larm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1822 Farnam St.
82,400 MORTGAGE, bearing 6 per cent semt
ann.; secured by property valued at 87,000.
Talmadge-Loomls Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
W. T. GRAHAM,
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
' O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Doug. 2715.
FARM and city loans, 6-6 Vt and 6 per cent.
w. n. xnomas, .ft.ee.ine mag., Doug. 1648,
MONEY HARRISON A MORTON
616 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort-
gages. Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
DON'T PAY IN INSTALLMENTS.
PAY IN 2, S, 4 or 6 YEARS. BEST PLAN.
SHOPEN & CO., KEELINE BLDG.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS, L. McGARRY,
KEELINE BLDG. TEL. RED 4344.
PER CENT and 6 per cent money. Toland
ft Trumbull, 44B Bee Bldg. Douglas 6707,
MONEY on hand for city and
farm loans. H. W, Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm loans, 6, ,6Vi, 6 per cent,
j. tt. jjumont sc uo ib Keciine Btag,
6100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
Stocks and Bonds.
Due Mehrn.lfo t- .
mortgages are not af
fected by European wars
or panics. Amounts 6400
-to mv.vvv. we collect all
Interest and principal
free of charge; 60 years
in me iveDrasKa farm
neia wiinout a joss is our record.
KLOKE INVESTMENT C6MPANY.
801 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
MAKE me an offer on any part ten shares
commonwealth Mortgage Co.. common.
Unusual opportunity. Act quickly, Address
i Gap, Bee.
Abstracts of Title.
Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
206 6. 17th St.. around floor.
Bonded by Maes. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of-
fice in Nebraska. 806 Brandels Theater.
MONEY TO LOAN
Furnlt-ire, Pianos, lnd. notes as security.
140 i-mo. H. H, gds., total cost, $8.60,
140 ' Indorsed notes, total coat, fi to
Smaller, larger am' in proportionate rate.
rnuviuniriT luan society.
Organised by Omaha Business Men.
432 Rose Bidg., Ifitb and Farnam. Ty. 666
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
CALIFORNIA poultry farms near Los An-
geies ior sale, easy payments. Writs S.
R. Walte, Shawnee, Oki.
PALM BEACH FARMS COMPANY,
Farm lands are the Banner Cron Forma
of Florida, producing three crops a year.
You can buy a 6, 10 or 20 acre tract on
easy terms, 6 acres, $10 down, $10 per
inontn; ten acres, down, $20 per
For Particulars and ''Iterator
, Call, Write or Phone,
PARSONS & SUN.
662 Brandels Bidg Pho: s Douglas 7846.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FINE Improved 80-airw farm, all tilled1, no
waste land, one mite from Ames, la.
W. Poosbe, Grn. la.
KASTFRN shore of Maryland; water front
farms, - oysters, crabs, fish, ducks; fine
climate; level land; grow everything:
bargains In the union. Ask for llluetrati
ratalog. H, 1. Tats. Prlncpsi Anne, Md,
StO-ACRH FARM, 6 MILES FKu:
Minneapolis; 8 miles from two good rail'
road towns; good set of bulldinc. consist.
tng of 7-room house, larg oarn, granary,
corn cribs, machine shed, windmill, etc.
intt acres unoor cultivation; van practl'
tally all be cultivated: no waste land
eacellent corn land: SO head of cattle.
consisting of II cows, balance one and
two-year olds, it hortt-a, hotts, ehlckens
ana complete set ur mecmneryev en
tiling on the placer including one-third
of Ibis years crop, govs at S0 pr acre;
IS.UflO cash, all the lime wanted on bal
ance. ner cent Interest. Schwab. Brua.
1031 Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn
SMALL MISSOURI FAliAI 4J10 tush and J
monthly; no interest or Usvs: highly oro
ductive land; close to JS big markets. Write
lor photographs an full information.
Hunger. A-118, S, T. Lite Bldg., Kansas
uity, uo, .
OR EAT Bargains t duwn, $& monthi
buys to acres good fruit and poultry la'i
near town. Honthern Missouri. Price on
8200, Add res Box 08, F.xoelslor Springs
. AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Improved 146-acre Ioup Valley Farm
in Piaite county, woo., win be sold
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, AT 2 P. M,
Farm Is 6 miles southeast of Genoa and
6 miles southwest of Monroe, Neb.; very
easy terms. This la a good, well Improved
If Interested, write Dowd Auction Co.
Omaha, Neb,, for further Information.
JAMES L, DOWD, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE 8-0 acres unimproved land.
miles from Newport, Nob.; ltitt acres of
meadow, outs 180 tons of hay, balance
farm ana pasture, rrlced at 66,400,
oumbrance. 83,000, runs 6 years at ti per
cent balance cash. Address Box 137, Bas-
640 ACRES, Al land, well Improved and
gooa location in Kimball county: clear.
Will consider Omaha property or farm
down this way.
THOMAS CAMP BE DL,
Keellne Building. V
160 AND so -ACRE Johnson uuunty. Neb.
xarms; weik improved. bargain la im
prjvca so to sarpy county. y
116 s. nth.
FOR Nubiaska and Iowa tarms, stat wh
you want, ws havo It W. T. (Smith Co.
114 City Nat. Bank Bid.. Omaha.
138,000 BUYS 1,280 acres Improved land
miles from Hldney, Neu. Michael ;
Ruddy, Albion, Nob.
fruit SALE Best larg-i body high irrade
medium priced land In Nebraska! very
mtie money requtrua. u. Bradley, wol'
CAN sell or exchange any lands you have to
oner. j. j. tjanan, AlCLague flldg.
South Dakota Lands.
100-ACRB southeastern S. "u. farm for sale
a bargain at 866; good terms. Thos. P.
King, Armour, S. D.
Wisconsin Lap as.
DPFtfR WlaCONSlN beat dairy and gen'
imi orop state in ice union. Bottlers
wanted; mods for sale at low prtoeo on
easy terms; exoeltent lands for stocg
raising, ask ror booklet 66 on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant, state aoroa wanted.
u interested m truit lands, ask for book
let on Apple Orchard. Address Land Com-
mlssloner Boo Rllwy. M Innwapolls. Mine,
FARM LAND WANTED
DAIRY FARM WANTED.
Party with 70 head of etock wants
dairy rarm. can take possession March 1,
1817 or lll. Address Box 7662, Bee.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
about 2,960 lbs., and wagon, for
oivt n. ma. i;onax s(j.
. USED CAR DEPARTMENT;
Phone D. 1211. . 1047 Farnam St.
REBUILT OVERLANDS. '
FORDS, TOURING CARS, $175 UP.
Also Bulck,, Btudebakera, Huppa and
other light cara from 1125.00 up, Loweat
price, id America, car, demonstrated,
' Llat furnished to out-of-town purchaser,.
oena ior 11, no ODllgatlon.
USED CARS AT REAL
PRICES 1914 Interstate, T-passenger, good con-
1914 Abbott-Detroit, 7-passenger, elec
tric light and starter, $300,
1914 Ford touring, just overhauled, $266.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Douglas 86S. 2216-18 Farnam St
Who's setting the pace nowT
In the first nine months of 1916
THE BEE Sained 42.90(1 Paid Attn
EXCEEDING the COMBINED OAIN of
the other two Omaha papers for same
tenoa oy mors man
20,000 PAID ADS.
Good Results, Qood Ratgs. Good Service.
Fire, Theft and Liability at lowoet rate,.
KILLT, ELLIS THOMPSON,
11-14 City Nat. Uk. Bid,. ')ou. ,81,.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
209 Farnam St
1914 Hudson Coupe.
1916 Velte Six, Touring.,.
iBie ruiman, Touring
1916 1 Mitchell, Touring, gacrlflce.
FOR SALE 2 -passenger rebuilt Stanley
Steamer, very classy appearance, unsur
passed power, Bpeed and ease of oncra
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AS PARTY TRAITOR
(Continued from l'.re On..)
its clutches, and today the oartv is be'
ing doininated by that power, and he
is acting with that power.
"Under such conditions is Mr.
Hitchcock entitled to the vote of any
democrat, who believes that the party
should be the representative of the
people, rather than the representative
ot the liquor interests of this state
Asks Support For What? '
"Further, lie is asked the support
of all democrats on the ground taht
President Wilson needs bim. At the
democratic convention held at Colu
bus, his friends in the convention
sought to pass a resolution endorsing
his actions as democratic United
Mates senator, not (or the matters on
which he stood with the president
but oil those in which he opposed
"Now if the president needs him
and he is with the president after
elected in the same way as before
tne Columbus convention, of course,
as a democrat he could learn the
inside work being done by the demo
crats, who were supporting the, prcsi
dent, and thereby could aid the re-
publicans, with whom he was acting
prior to the loluinbui convention,
and for which aid to the republicans
ne asked tne endorsement of the
"I am in favor of helping the prcsi
dent by not giving Mr. Hitchcock
tne privilege of consorting with re
publicans and giving them inform.
tion which, as republicans, they
would not otherwise receive. ;
"On Sundty. October 29. his oaDer
published an article under large black
Headlines as lollows:
Backward Democrats falling into
line,' 'That C. M. Skiles. dry leader.
states belief whole ticket will be
elected. , -
"If he relies UDon such statements
to bring support tor his election. 1
ask why the retail liquor dealers sec
retary, in 1910, wrote to' all the saloon'
keepers of this senatorial district, urtr
ing uicir support ior wir. aicues tor
senator, as he had pledged himself
to them, which pledge, in writing, was
procured by one of the attaches "of
the World-Herald office. One of the
letters of the secretary of the Liouor
Dealers' association, I have in my
posessession. ; '
Mr. Neville is ostens blv our Can'
didate for governor. He says he is
opposed to the amendment, but will
carry out the laws if the amendment
carries. Let us employ someone who
will not only carry the mout, but
who is willing to do so. The distillers.
brewers and liquor dealers are sup
porting Mr. Neville. If elected, and if
the amendment carries, he will be in'
fluenced by those who made him, or
have happen to him what hapened
to the man who would not veto the
eiKht-o clock closintr Jaw for them,
Let us have one who not only will
carry out the law, but who is willing
to do so.
Now if Mr, Hitchcoek. the brew
ers, distillers, and liquor dealers, with
the aid ot those tn control of the
democratic oartv) in this Btate. mani'
pulate the oarty for the Duroose of
serving tne liquor Interests - of this
state, should not Mr, Hitchcock have
been satisfied? .
"But Mr. Hitchcock and his allies
were not satisfied. They must destroy
the man who made democracy de
mand respect both in state and na
tion; destroy, if they could, the man
who made it possible for a demo
crat to hold office in this state: who
made president, Mr. Wilson, the man
who asked Mr. Hitchcock to have
Mr. Bryan sent as a delegate to the
St. Louis convention Mr. Wilson, to
whose coat-tails Mr. Hitchcock wants
to hang, because, as he savs. Mr.
Wilson needs him. ,
This seems to come with very poor
grace at this time, and had his sup
porters, who now urge his election
so strongly on the ground that the
president needs him, had the presi
dent so much in mind, they should
not have nominated a man who had
sought the party endorsement for
actions in opposition to the president,
"I address this t the rank and file.
Of course, it is expected that as a
rule those who have aspirations for
office, or even a thought that they
might want one. will be reeulari but
those who desire to maintain the name
for all the party has been since 1896
until they sought to destroy the man
who roused it from its ilumber. will
only find salvation through the rank
and file voters of a progressive
democracy) "MATT MILLER."
Mr. Uraff writes to Senator Hitch
cock as follows from his home in Ban
croft: "Your very nice circular letter
of the 27th inst. to hand, and contents
carefully noted. The two principal
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
. J. HcShan., Jr., sharlR. to R. C.
SLr.hlow, Evans atraet, 140.8 feat
east of Thirty-first atraet, south slda,
60x128: Evans street, feet east '
of Thlrty-tlrst street, aouth aide, aOx
m s too
Lena Mead to Kobert A. McGaohron,
Plnkney street, 78 H feet east of
Twenty-eighth street, south aide,
3914X 123 ISO
J. L. Tennant and wife to Austin
Clark, Twenty-eighth avenue. 290
feet aouth of Ellison avenue, eaat .
aide, SdxlRO ,.'. 1
Barker company to Grace L. Jeneen.
Lincoln boulevard, 277 net west of
Oregon Trail, nurth aide, 30x100... 1
arry Braun to Emma N. Anderson,
Jones street, 66 feet east of Six
teenth etreot, north side, 06x133 ... 13.000
Freda Hansen ana nusuand to winter
Bylee, Thirty-second avenue, 87.0 feet
aouth of Valley, west side, 43.3x120
Charles W. Martin and wife to Myrtle
L. Pratt, Newport, 130 feet cast of
Twenty-eighth avenue, aouth side,
arte Crawford, et al., to Jennie smith,
Emmet atroot, 400 feet west of for
ty-third etri-et, south aide, 30x128. 423
ihn Hybln and wlte to Joseph. Ne.
kola, Twenty-third street, 173 feet
north of w street, 23x180 no
u. uioson ana wire to Joseph T.
Rynkoekl, soulhweet corner Twen-
ty-flrst and 0 atreeta, 40x130....... 3.000
John Htuoen, jr., to df,-ar Hcott,
Woolworlh avenue, 04 feet onat of
Twenty-ninth atreet, aouth aide, Ir
regular, approximately 33x60
eorge ,1. smnelluncner and wife.
northeast comer Thlrty-tlrac and
Miami, 30x120 i
Frank A Frutt and wife to Viola
ITrohardt, Newport, 86.8 feet west
of Twenty-eighth avenue, north aid.,
,2X1211 , - 1
a A. Alwlne to Omaha Loan and
Building association, Grant street,
113 feet west of Twenty-ninth street.
north side, 40x118 ,
Abble 0. Lake, et al. to John J. Mul
vlh 1. Douglaa street, 140 feot east
of Twenty-fourth street, north aide,
. Bedwell, trustee, tc Otto A.
Ttllesen, Thirty-eighth street, 173
feet south of Ames avenue, west aid.,
Hattle N. Oehorne and husband tff
Ewald T. otto, 7w.nty-Hfth ave.
nue, 110 feet north of Plnkney
street, eaat aide, 44.1x188...,.,,.,.. a
W. 8. Wright and wife to First Pres
byterian church of Benson. Main
street, 200 feet west of Fifty-eighth
atroet. Benson, north side, 80x118... 1,400
reasons you give therein for being re
turned to the United States senate
sound very nice to a real Wilson dem
ocrat; but when compared with your
conduct in the senate for the last
three or four years, it is difficult for
one to believe that those are the real
purposes of your desire to be re
elected. "If, as yon claim, your chief motive
and desires to be again returned are
to assist the president to carry out
progressive legislation and to help
him in keeping this country out of
war, it will become necessary for you
to act somewhat different in the fu
ture than you have in the past in or
der to be of much value, for is it not
true that in the past you have upon
numerous occasions very much ham
pered' and liarrasscd the nrenirlent
along tnese lines ! Uid you not know
from the beginning that the president
was opposed to your munitions em
bargo bill, and did vou not a so know
that the senate and house both were
also opposed to this measure, and did
you not also know from the start that
your embargo bill stood no more
show of passage than a snowball
hades? Then why did vou do it? Did
you never stop to think, senator, that
your action in this matter was very
uniair to tne president, esoeciallv
from one that promised nnd nretond-
eo io stanci oy tne administration f
Personal Organ Silent.
"The democrats of .Nebraska have
never by you through the World-Herald,
or in any other way, been in
formed why you pulled off this stunt,
for do you not realiie that we are in
the habit of doing some of our own
thinking, and that we have tried very
hard to find the real underlying mo
tive for this peculiar action of yours
in introducing that bill, and the only
reason to us appears to be this: You
must have i had in mind that this
would be the proper way to make you
Jolid with the German vote, not think
ing how it would affect the president
or the rest of the state ticket at the
coming election. I notice now that if
returned you will be good, but did you
ot mane us mat promise betoref Did
: occur to you, senator, that the dis
sensions in the democratic party in
Nebraska at the present time and the
opposition by our German friends to
the president is something you arc
principally responsible for? ; ..
"Do you think now when you re
flect back over your past conduct that
it is a little tate to proclaim to be the
only simon pure supporter of the
president in Nebraska? And . many
democrats are of the opinion' that
your sole reason in supporting the
president now is to therebv Dull vour.
self through again, '
Not on the Squar.
"Are you , not somewhat worried
that many democrats feel that you
have not always played the political
game on the square to all those faith
ful boys that in the past have been
your loyal (upporters? Do you not
sometimes feel, senator, that thou
sands of your supporters in the past
have a right to think that you have
on numerous occasions stacked the
Nebraska democratic oolitical cardi
and when you had to strengthen your
nana you couia sup a card trom the
bottom of the deck and did so?
In your endearma: letten vntt seem
to be worried for fear that I may be
misinformed to your attitude toward
the president. If that Is the case, you
will have to Jay the blame for it to
the World-Herald, for' I have always
supposed through that oublication
you kept us informed as to your; ac
tion upon public questions.
"Sting" Home to Roost.
"I admit that the short note nur.
porting to be from the president salt
ing us Doyi to again support you must
be highly pleasing to you, but how
often do you find one candidate nnen.
ly fighting another upon the samej
party ticKetr i well remember when
a number of years ago you contracted
that sting of ingratitude, from which
it seems you have never fully recov-
crea, ana i tear it is going to cause
you more or less trouble the 7th of
next month, I, admit you have been
quite successful in building up a po
litical machine within the democratic
party in this state, actuated, no doubt,
to counteract your affliction referred
"Trusting the time mav come acain
that you mav be entirely cured nf this
disease referred to and that all vour
oia irienns mat nave so loyally stood
by you in the past will again rally to
your support, I sincerely hope, sen
ator, that with the coming election the
last sting of what appears to have
neen almost an incurable disease with
you may completely disappear arid
that you can overlook the very few
t:.: i j; . , ,
yuiiMtai uiaappuimniems you nave in
we past encountered upon the polit
ical checkerboard. .
Seepage in Quicksand
Causes Heavy Loss
.. To Power Company
Grand Island. Neb.. Nov. 1. f.W-
ciai icicgram.j siow seepage
mrougn the underlying quicksand to
day caused a severe loss to the Cen
tral Power company's Boelus com
pany water power plant when one of
the flumes caved in and the turbine
engines went out of commission
About one hundred feet of the runway
collapsed completely and the owners
of the plant estimate their loss at
from $3,500 to $5,000. The river is not
at any unusual height and it was only
the character of the sand in connec-
iion with the seepage winch caused
The company's service was uninter
rupted, the local steam plant being the
source of supply.
Dr. Stork is Busy
Here Last Month
Dr. Stork evidently believes in
growing with growing Omaha. Last
month he brought 260 baby boys and
girls to Omaha, while during the tame
month last year he brought only 250.
Omaha Sends Sixteen
Lads to Uncle Sam's Navy
Uncle Sam added sixteen sailors at
the local navv recruiting office in the
postoflice building during the month
of October. Fifty-six applicants wer:
examined. The navy is still short
about 20,000 warriors, and at the pres
ent rate of acceptance will have to
examine about 225,000 men before- the
desired number can be secured.
Join the BwanDera' Club.
free, Call at Bee office.
SUES FOR DRIVIMG
Margaret Sautter AlbeS that
Husband's Parents Poisoned '
Eis Mind Against Her.
ASKS FOE $30,000 DAMAGES
Too much step-mother-in-law and
father-in-law and alleged alienation of
affections of her husband on the part
of the defendants, John Sautter, well-to-do
Sarpy countv 'farmer, and his
wife, Marcarct Sautter, are worth
$30,000, in the opinion of Anna Saut
ter, who has filed suit with the clerk
of the district court. , ...
Charges that her husband's mind
was poisoned and prejudiced against
her and that his father and step
mother eventually induced him tg
abandon and desert her are made by
the plaintiff. . "
It is set forth tjat Herman B. Saut
ter and the plaintiff were married in
Omaha, sroiug to one of Jolin Saut-
tcr's farms in Sarpy county shortly
afterward. The petition relates that
everyining was1 mnmmj smootniy un
til the plaintiffs father-in-law and hia
wife, who is his second helpmate,
started to harrass and "nag" the
" Too Much to Eat.
ft ta lll.n.J thf IaV. nA Xn
garet Sautter charged young Sautter
and his wife with being extravagant
and with having "too much to eat."
In the course of time, the petition
states, Herman Sautter was ordered
on tne tarm which his tattler gave
Among the allegations against John
Sautter is that he made the plaintiff,,
work so hard as to cause the pre-
mittlr. hirth nf Um kk., Tl. ha.
tition states that when Anna Sautter
was in a weakened condition her
step-mother-in-law told her that "she
ought to be thankful she had a name
for the baby."
When a reauest was made that.
John Sautter act aa godfather at the
christening ot, the child, the petition
charges, the defendant said '"he isn't
dead yet" and refused to have any-'
thing to do with the christening.
Bryan to Talk for ,
The Drys Here on
W. J. Bryan of Lincoln will apeak
here Saturday ' evening under ; the
auspices of the Anti-Saloon league.
The location has not been decided,
but, it is believed a large tent will
be cr'ected at Fifteenth and Capitol
avenue. - - -
tit will be met at 5 o. m. at the
Union station by a committee com-.
prising Lysle i. Abbott, L. J. Quinby,
W. R. Patrick. I. J. Dunn, C. G. Cun
ningham, J. V. Sterett, L. 0. Perlcy,
J. Speedy. John Fiti Roberts and C.
K. snerman. Mr. Abbott will preside
at the meeting, which will be called at
8 o'clock. .
Mr, Bryan is a well known temper
ance spcuitcr, who has been heard on
the chautauqua platform on numerous
occasions, i He served for a short
period as secretary of state and is re
membered aa having (been a oresiden-.
tial nominee on the democratic ticket,
He lived at Fairview, near Lincoln,
for many years. He is a brother of
the mayor of Lincoln.
u Part of Big Fortune .
At direct descendant of Gideon ,
Howland of Dartmouth, Mass., who
died many yeara ago, George W.
Holdrege of Omaha, general manager
of the Burlington and a member of
the Grinnell family, it numbered
among the list of heirs to a trust
estate of $1,250,000, of which the late
Hetty Green had life use, and has
filed his claim with the trustees. This'
estate, acquired in the whaling indus
try at New Bedford, Mass,, by the
father of Miss Sylvania Ann How
land, was passed on by her to her
niece, Hetty Green, more than fifty
yeara ago, . .. -,
Now it is to be apportioned among
the descendants of Gideon Howland.
There are some 440 claimants, scat
tered all over the United States, The
Grinnells are among the inheriting
T.ftS!P5! TTicj Pnrcjo
"And Then Finds It,
John O'Neill, ironworker, is con
gratulating himself on a rare piece of
good fortune. O'Neill, while on his
way to work, extracted his wallet
containing a $20 gold piece and sev
eral coppers to purchase a morning
Bee. 1 his occurred at Sixteenth and
Dodge streets. After walking on sev
eral blocks he discovered that he had
dropped the purse, instead of return- '
ing it to his pocket. He retraced his
steps and Several yards from where
he purchased the paper, an earlier
edition of The Bee rose with a gust
of wind from the sidewalk. His purse
containing the $20 gold piece was un
der it. Subscribe for The Bee and
Real Estate Board
Ed M. Slater was elected nr.-sident
of the Omaha Real Estate board at
noon. G. D. Tunniclifife was elected
vice president. Hugh Wallace wal '
elected treasurer, and A. I. CreiKI
was re-elected secretary. ,
t. K. Benson. Harry A. lukev and
Harry Wolf were made members of
the executive committee.
Will Missouri Fool the
, Omaha Pumping Station?
A communication from a resident o
North Omaha has reached the Com
mercial club, saying that there is dan
ger of the Missouri river changing its
channel and leaving the intake at the
metropolitan pumping station ; dry.
The club took no action in the mat- -ter,
General Manaser R. B. Howell
of the Metropolitan Water district re
cently said that' reasonable precan-
tions had long since been taken
against such a possibility.
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