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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1916
FOR RENT HOUSES
IVE-ROOM holme, nil modern except heat.
884 S. 2sth. Harney 2891.
MODERN cottage, five roemi. large cement
Daeement, 1041 a. U4th St.
1818 I' ARK aVE '-r. mod. brick.
WE HAVK WHAT YOU WANT.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES
-R. 8491 Maple 8t I .
.. 8401 Parker St 10.00
4-R. 1816 Carter Lake Blvd 14.00
7-K. 8018 No 42d St 18.00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
l-R. 8904 Saratoga St ItO.OO
6-R 2818 No. tlth St. (for col
l-R. 2231 So. 8th St 14 00
B.R. 2720 Corby St 180.00
l-R. 3607 No. 80th St 2. 00
6-R 1S02 No 4Sth St 17.80
6-R. 4336 Franklin St 10.00
l-R. 8918 No. 10th (with garage).. 81.60
6- R. (112 Farnam St St. 06
T-R. 978 No. 27th Ave 16.00
T-R 8906 No. 18th St 80 00
7- R. 4110 No. !0th St 87.60
6-R 3801 No 17th St 10.00
6-R 1717 Park Ave., (choice brick
dwelling- newly decorated Inside
and out) , M.M
.R 2008 Dewey Ave. (good brio
dwelling: very close In) 46.00
f.R. 201 So. 30th St. (strictly
modern flat, with hardwood fin
ish and built-in ' uffet) (86.00
WE HAVE OTHERS. SEE OUR COM
PLETE PRINTED LIST BEFORE RENT
INO. PORTER 6HOTWEIX.
808 So. 17th St. Pout, 6016.
16.001109 S. 28th St., 4 rooms, sub-base-ment.
gas and water.
610.60 2712 Shirley St., 6 rooms, water
and gas; good for the money.
$20.00 1734-36 S. 27th St., St. Louis flat;
your choice of 1st floor or upstairs apt.,
modern: reasonable rent: close to car.
126.00 Heated 1712 Burt St., id floor
apartment, 8 rooms and bath; modern.
840.00 2103 Lothrop St., 6 rooms, mod.,
hot water heat; sun porch and sleeping
porch; good neighborhood and good
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
IIS City , Nat. Bank Bldg. Dougr, 66.
1408 N. 24TH ST., 6 rooms, strictly modern;
easily heated; 827.60.
1R4S Reward St.. 6 rooms;1 bungalow.
8623 Cass St., 10 roomB; arranged for
roomers or two families.
Xyler 1636. 836 Rose Bldg.
The Bee carried
47,640 MORE PAID Want Ads first 10
months of 1016 than same period 1816.
Thl. flaure EXCEEDS THE COM
BINED GAIN of the other two Omaha
papers by OVES 80,000 rAll sin,
Reason; Better Results. Bsttsr Ratal.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
CREIGH. SONS 4k CO.
101 BEE BLPO DOUO
FOR RENT Ap't and Flats
JTOR RENT Dundee five-room apartment.
W. L. SELBT SONS.
I and 4-r. apts., 14th and Harney. Her.
nor 447. ;
RENT CUT TO 116.
1110 N. 22d 6-r. flat, ateel range, gas
plate, kitchen cabinet, water paid, IIP.
RASP BROS. Douglas 1663.
ttrtRT modern, un-to-date brick flat in city.
Hot water heat 8621 uass an. u. ei.
l.nnnu almost new. modern flat, 2712
Jackson St. Telephone Walnut 1084 or
4.RM. flat; modern except heat; aouth front
first floor. 2618 Marcy. SIS.
4-RM. Apt. In Sterling; no car fare. First
Trust uompany. u. im.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
"OMAHA'S RENTAL MEN"
irwm PATtT.Tl.E 826 South ISth St.
rooms and tils bath, exceptionally
larga living room, fine front Borah.
Here you have no ear faro. IIS
summer: 141.10 winter.
TOTftTLAND ANNEX Park - Ave,
... --Leavenworth. Brand now, I rooms
, and delightful sun room) now wall
paper, new gas stovo and rsfrlfsra
- tor; everything fresh and elean. 166
heat and water furnished.
PAYNE SLATER CO.,
616 Omaha Nat Bldg.
126.60 111 I. SOth St., l-r., flat, all modern.
17.601617 Clara: Bt, s-r. iiai.
taa no eta r. Ilth St. l-r. flat.
117 60 8638 Davenport ft, l-r., all mod.
831.00618 S. Ilth It, ,6-r., all modern
H. A. WOLF,
14 Ware Block. Douglas 8068.
MOST modern up-to-date brick flat In city;
hot water haatl walking distance, u. oou.
8-ROOM flat for rent IIS per month; oloas
In. Phone Doug. 161.
FOR RENT Buiines Pr'p' ir
TWO modern stores nsar Postoffloe. Low
rent O. P. ItebMns, nil Chloago.
STORE room, 1111 Cuming St Phone
Offices and Desk Room.
desirable atudlo location In Wead bldg
16tb and Farnam, and in Baldrlge bldg.
lots ana rarnam; rental roasonaoio.
F. D. WEAD. Wead Bldg.
DESIRABLE office rooms In tho remodeled
Crounse block. 118 N. 16th St., (opposlts
postofflce), 110 to 116 per month. Conrad
Young, 322 Brandels Theater. Doug. 167L
CHOICE office space. Balrd Bldg., 17th and
Douglas McCague inv Co.
BUILDING FOR LEASE.
Desirable corner oentrallr located, anlt
able for semi-retail and wholesale llnee;
about 100 feet good modern ahow win
dows; about 16,000 sq. ft floor space!
steam heat, electric light
GEORGE & COMPANY,
fhone p. 763. 02 City Nat. Bank B1d
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Housci and Flats.
HAVE parties wanting to rant flva, als and
ltht room houses in tbj Weit Farnam,
Dundee and Field club districts of the
lty. Want good housss In good neighborhood-.
Write at once and secure good
isn.nti. Want to hear from owners oniy,
No agents. Add rein Box . Omaha Bss.
WE HAVE customer lor a 6 or rm, house
or bungalow; not tar from nign senooi,
What have you? CALL UB UP. HURRT.
929-80 City Nail. 1
WANTED Haling on cottages or houses ts
rent or soil on soar Daymen uavs out
tomers walUag, .nquirs 41 1 Ktrbacb
Block. Douglas 97.
UALLAOHER A NKL8CN
k alter your rent nig. 4i Brajidelf
Furnished Houses, Flats.
FURNISHED rooming house or hotel
small town. All particulate In first letter.
Hurry I A. R. Turnee. 21 OA Douglas SL
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
We nave far sale on very easy terms
Splendid reeldeaee at 116 N. ISd St This
house haa elsht rooms, all in flno eon.
dltlon. The lot te 60H43. V la la a very
desirable nelsnborhood and tbo price
808 First National Bank Bids.
Thlr ts a good 1-story frame house with
t rooms, strictly modern and In Rood con
dition, one-half block of the Farnsm car
tins and close to the Blackstone hotel,
GEORGE & COMPANY
902 City National Bank Bids.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
WKST FARNAM DISTRICT 8 -room, I
baths, nearly new; bis" discount, only
15,160 See It. Ill N. lath Av..
1(11 LINCOLN BLVD ll-room
trlotly modern, with hot water Beat,
2418 Larimore Ave.
$150 Cash Price $2250
A fins I -room home, full cemented
basement ; bath and toilet ; just newly
painted and papered. Call Tyler 69 and
aik for Mr. Olenitis.
HASTINGS & HAYDEN
1114 Harney St.
A five-room, strictly modern bungalow,
with bath. It Is finished tn oak. up-to-date,
built-in features and lighting fix
ture,; full basement, large attic. Located
t 1923 North 26th St. Pries, $3,160; easy
NORRIS & NORRIS,
490 Bee Building.
Phone Doug. 4270.
NEW BUNGALOW, 11, HO.
Just west of Port Omaha, 4 rooms and
bath, electric light, fine well with pump,
good cellar, cement walks, chicken house
and close to school. $150 cash, balance on
your own terms. This la a bargain and
beats paying rent.
P. J. TEBBENS,
f)B Omaha Nat. Bk. Phone P. 3188.
AN ESTATE orders one remaining property
closed out. A 6-r. house, business lot.
Military Ave., only 11,260. A great bar
gain. OEUK(JH) O. WALLACE, 614 Keellne Bldg.
KOUNTZIS PLACE rertrloted district resi
dence for sale F v Knleat. 6616 w. Ilia.
FOR SALS 8 acres Improved. Col. 1646
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT.
Just finished and up to the minute Big
room bungalow; large living room, fire
place, beam calling, built-in bookcasss,
dining room, built-in buffet, plate rail and
paneled walls, kitchen and pantry on first
floor, three large bedrooms and bath on
second floor; full basement; large -jaet
front lot, with shads trses. Ws will be
glad to call for you and show you this
SCOTT & HILL CO., N
Dpug. loop. Qiouad Floor McCague Bldg.
All modern in every detail; living and
dining room all oak finish, with built-in
bookcases; pantry with slaborats cup.
boards; Icebox room; full basement with
floor drain; shades; tlsctrlo fixtures and
screens; all furnished. This Is a real bar
gain at $1,760; $&00 cash, balanos on
termg to suit. Others ask as muo as
1,260. Let us show you this wash.
T RAVER BROS.,
70s Omaha Nat. Bk.
VERY SPECIAL BARGAIN.
$2,100 will buy 66x140 ft., with good
house, on 28th, Just off Leavenworth; non
resident owner. Easy terms.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1102 FARNAM ST.
VI HAVK) XiUTKRB FOR HOURS
WORTH THS MONET 1M ALL VARTI
OF THE CITY. LIST YOUR PROPBR.
TY WITH .US FOR RESULTS,
CNHIL'B REAL ESTATE A INS. AOCY.,
Brandels Tbester Bldg Trier ills.
NEW 6-ROOM BUNGALOW
Very easy terms. 1810 I. 86th Ave. Red 1661.
$260 CASH, $28.60 PER MO., will buy one
of the niftiest bungalows m town, 6-r. ana
bath; strictly modern; oak finish, with a
number of special features; high-grade
lighting and plumbing fixtures; full
ment basement, furnace; dandy east-front
lot; lVt blocks to car. Price only $1,100.
Let us ahow you this bargain.
RASP BROlV, Douglas 1663.
INVESTMENTS, ( IN8URANCT $40 Is-
esms on pries. 11,109, -Mine i nouses,
rooms saoh nsar high school and
Crelghton college. Also I and t-roous
bungalows, UOO down, and twt I rooms,
fit down, balance monthly.
CHAS. B. WILLIAMSON CO.
WE have clients with cash who are looking
for good, first-class, close-in investment
84B-T-S Omaha Nat. Bk, Bldg. Tyler 10.
NEW bungalow also l-i. and gardening;
your terms and pries; inv. witn moo, rent.
I houses (flat cost 13.500). la. 600. D. HIT.
FIVE rooms, nsw, oak finish, ' fully "deco-
rated, all modern, etc., U,7io; saoo oasa,
balance monthly, Colfax MIS.
CARPENTERS and builders, call to see us
this week, we have soma special bar
gains in soms low-priced tots, where you
may build small modern nomss. rnsy
have alt street Improvements: are close-in,
near car Una and art selling for about
SHULER A CART,
104 Keellne Bldg, Phone P. 6074.
APTER looking at MINNE LUSA, 300 dif
ferent buyers deemed tnat it was tne oesi
proposition on the market and they
hacked their judgment by buying lots.
IF TOU will oome out today you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
743 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
On of the choice lots In the addition
slse, 4xlI6; sast front, and on the oar
Una. Pries. $760. Tsrma $10 cash and
$7.60 per month,
C. A O RIM MEL.
S4t Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Phono D. Ills.
OWNER must sea east front lot on fonta
nel. Blvd., In Clatrmont Will Mil at
tacrine prlos U taksn at onos. Call
Douglas 17 SI
Imnroved and unimproved In eat
ten-acrs tracts, on or near Bsllsvut oar
Una, Best of school facilities.
C R. COMBS,
1'hono Doug. lilt. KOI Brandels Theater.
A PINE plaoa for chicken raising, garden.
Ing or fruit trses and berry bushes; 1
good lots; ons block from car line and
close to sobool. Pries, 7lo; 1 down
and too per week on each lot Boi 7D4T,
REAL ESTATE Suburban
STAR'S YOUR HOME IN BENSON I
BUY THIS LOT.
110.00 down snd 110,00 per month; pries
12(10 M; slse 60xl!s ; located on Locust
St,, between Clark and Burnham, not far
from school and oar Una, Oso. R Wright.
Rea office. Omaha.
We have Just listed a 7 -room, brand
new home In Dundee, Well located, with
in one-half block of both street car lines
Living room running fu 1,- length of the
houss with built-in fireplace and book
cases. Dining room has built-in bookcases
and plate rail. Has one of tho nicest but
ler's pantries that you ever looked at.
Nice kitchen with one-pleee sink. Three
bedrooms snd combination bedroom and
sun room on second door. Bath room has
tile floor, also bath Is a bass tub. Tha
floors of ths entire house are genuine oak.
Finish downstairs Is oak and white enamel
upstairs. Qood floored attlo on third
floor, Full cement basement. A good
furnace. On paved street, paving all paid.
Owner has reduced the price of this prop
erty 11,000 within the last ten days.
Shown only on appointment.
PAYNE INVBSTMENT COMPANY,
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. D 1TI1.
601 Cuming St. Strictly modern, nsw,
1-r, house, hard wood finish, extra weli
built and right -up to ths minute, ready ts
occupy. Pries IS, 400. Easy terms.
S. P. B08TWICK 4k
100 Bee Bldg,
fc.ROOM residence, South Stds. fl.ftOO; Si
cash, balance lib per mot tb Dou sill
NR THA WAY has I, 4. ' 2o snd IsR-aer
linpr. trauts tui elty property, Fie. 331,
REAL ESTATE Suburban
S ACRES, s-room house, barn $ 3.600
120 acres, 12 miles of P. O It. 100
JOHN N. FRKNZKR Doug. 4.
TW6"XCRBC bearing 'fruit trees and 6
room modern house for sale cheap, In
Omaha. Watts, 611 Paxton Block.
REAL ESTATE- Investment
13-ft corner, Farnam and ltd, $250 a
front foot. Ws do not know of anything
on the street as good for the money. Have
client who would taks a long lease on
a building on this ground at a fair rental.
Thla kind of property Is scarce and very
little of It on the market. Buy. Improve
and Isase this and you are assured a
steady Income and, with the growth of
the city, a very substantial increase.
HARRISON & MORTON,
A. P. TUKBT & SON,
Phone Dour. 608. 1607-8 W. O. W. Bile
Double brick Bt. Louie flat, within fear
blocks of letb and Haruoy; oloae In; bar
v CALKINS CO..
Doutlas 1811. City National Bank.
WB have clients with cash who are looking
for good, flrst-claBs, close-in investment
HI ATT COMPANY,
J4S-7J-9 Omaha Nat. JWiJBIdr Tyler IP.
IO0(h--Br.rk "flat, near 30th and Farnam;
rented at ffiw a month.
OLOVER A SPAIN.
Douglas 3962. 91. 20 City National.
fit, Kvsllns Bldg Doug. IITt.
REAL ESTATE BW Pr'pty
44x66 feet, 19th and Burt Hta., $2,200.
40x feet, with half Interest In It
foot driveway, near SOth and Farnam Bts
$1,000. J. H. Dumont ., 416-18 Kee
llne Bldg. Phone Douglas 690.
INCOME property near Ford plant.
Owner, Harney $164.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate. Lands. Etc.
840-ACRE Improved land, Kimball Co., Neb.
12 r- near Kimball: no sand: want hard
ware or general store ; also have good
hardware at Hamlin, la., for sals lor hub.
R. Hansen, Hamlin, la.
HAVE two no-acre farms and one SO-acre
farm eastern Nebraska, to trade for oity
ARCHER REALTY CO.,
S0 Brandels Bldg.
t, sell or trade ranches fer
E. Franta, 76 Brandels Bldg.
Farms. Cattle. Ranches, New Apart
ments, FlaU, etc. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
FIRST-CLASS west Iowa farm to deal for
Nebraska or Colorado tana.
A 12-ROOM rooming house for sale or sx
change for equity in lots or house and lot,
or good car; good location. Jau ioug
las 66, after $ P. m.
WE have soms good homes and rental prop
erties for Nb. or la. land. uawara .
Williams Co., Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
GOOD lot, desirable location, will take used
Ford as part payment. Webster 4Z4I.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 6 and 6-roomed houses that
can be sold lor live casn; Daianee ,id
per month; give complete description ftrst
W FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1880 Farnam. Tel. Poug. 1064.
1 have good Income propertr renting for
61 per month; mortgego, 18,600. Price,
17,600. Want land or acreage.
W. S. FRANK,
101 Neville Block.
WB have buyers for your property.
INTSR-BTATH nJUALTT CO..
128-80 City Nat'l Bldg. Doug. 1662.
FOR SALES F. D. Wead, 810 8. 16th St.
Real Bttatc, Loam, Mortgage!.
CITT and farm loans promptly made. Rates,
I, b and I per oent. Reasonaoia com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
II! South lTth, Omaha, Nob.
i PER CENT to t per oent on best class) city
residences in amounts $2,000 up ; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO,. 1SJ1 Farnam St.
$g,000 MORTGAGE, bearing ik Pr cent
semlann. ; secured by farm 6 miles from
town, valued at iil.ooo. raimaage
Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W, Bldg.
ESTATE loans, per
D. HI. BUCK it CO.,
IIS Omaha Nat, Bank.
OMAHA homes East Nsbraaka farms.
O'KKBFH REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Doug. JT1B.
FARMand city loans,' and C per cent
W. H. Thomas, Kesllns Bldg. Doug.. 1141.
MONEY HARRISON MORTON
118 Omaha Nat'l, Bank Bldg.
MOKBY to loan on improved farm, and
ranches. We also buy good farm raort
gagea. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
DON'T PAY IN INSTALLMENT.
PAY IN 8, 8, 4 or 6 YEARS. BEST PLAN.
SHOPEN ft CO., KBBLINS ULDU.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
TUOS. L. McOARRT,
KBHLINE BLDO, TEL. RED 4844.
I PER CENT and I per pent money. Toland
tt Trumbull, 448 Bee Bldg. uouglas S707.
160 to 810,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg.. 16th and Farnam 8ts.
MONEY on hand for city
farm loans. H. W. Binder,
National Bank Bldg.
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
fnrm loans, B, BU
Dumont ft Co..
41 Keellne Bldg.
Stocks tnd Bonds.
FOR SALE Block treasury stock. Oo'.
mine, Leadvllle, Colo. If interested see
me for particulars. Address Box 1900,
Abstracts of Title.
Title. Ouarantee and Abstract C
SOB S, 17th St. ground floor.
Bonded by Mi
Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of-
flee In Nebraska, soa Branasia Theater.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos, Ind. notes as security.
140 f.mo H. H. gds total cost, VS. BO,
140 ' Indorsed notes, total coat, $2,60.
Smaller, larger am'ts, proportionate rats.
' PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
Oraanlsed by Omaha Businees Men.
432 Ross Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty. IBB.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
DA MAO ED WHEAT, 11.60 t hundred. A.
W. Wagner, 101 N. 18th.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Heads ths poll for not profits from Its
truck farms and citrus fruit groves, and is
also elected ths finest climate In the
world. JTor particulars and lltsratura
A. PARSON ft SON,
Phone Doug, 7i4. 62 Brandelg Bldg,
4o""P BR A CR E, 160 acres fourteen mlli
from Council Bluffs, adjoins small sta
tion and school: main automobile road
fair set of improvements; Ideal stock and
grain farm; small payment down, balance
long time; low rate of interest. J, i
Jones, t.a Lafayette Avo. Phone 864H.
IOWA1 and Neb. farms, all sizes, wtthln
driving dlatitnte of Omahs. W. T, Hmlth
Oo 814 Clly Nat'l Bunk Illdg., Om.iha.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
140-ACRK FARM 46 M.IAE8 .FROM
Minneapolis; S mites from two good rail
road towns; good set of buildings, conflat
ing of T-rooin house, large barn, granary,
corn cribs, machine shed, windmill, etc.
160 acres under cultivation; can practi
cally all be cultivated: no waste land;
excellent earn land; 10 head of cattle,
consisting of 12 cows, balance m and
two-year-olds, 0 horses, hog", chickens
snd complete set of machinery every
thing on the placs, Including one-third
of this year's crop, goes at ISO per acre;
IMOO cash, all the time wanted on bal
ance, t per cent Interest, Schwab nros,,
1021 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
GREAT BARGAINS 6 iiown, $6 monthly
buys 40 acres good fruit and prultry la rut
near town, Boullurn Mlnnourl Prlt-e only
$1100. Address Box 808, Excelsior Springs,
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 cah and 16
monthly; no Interest or taxes; highly pro
ductive land; rloso to 3 big nmrkfts.
Write for photographs snd full Informa
tion. Munger. A-Ut, N. Y. Life Build
Kansas City, Mo.
SMOOTH s "near town, Johnson" Co., Neb!
Reduced prtre for 10 days; possession
given. Easy terms.
216 8. 17th.
A HIGHLY Improved farm for grain rent,
TOLAND & THl'Mm'LTi.
Douglas 6107. 44S Hen Bldg-
cXn sell or exchange any lands you have to
offer, C. J. Canan, McCague Bldg.
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and gen
eral ' crop atate In the union. Settlera
wanted; lands for sale at low prlros on
assy terma; excel lent landa for ntark
raising. Ask for booklet 35 on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; Htale arroa wanted.
If Interested In frutt lands, auk for book
let on Apple Orchards, Atldreaa Land Com
missioner Soo Railway, Minneapolis, Minn.
USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
Phone D. 8288.
8041 Farnam Bt.
. REBUILT OVERLANDS.
FORDS, TOURING CARS, $175 UP.
Also Buleks, BtiulffbRHpr. Hupps and
other llaht cars from 61J6 up. Lowest
prices In America. Cars demonstrated.
List furnished to out-of-town purchas
ers. Bend for It j no obligation.
Who's sottlni the pare now?
In the ilret ten months of 1616
THR BKK rained 47.840 Paid Ada.
EXCEEDING the COMBINED OAIN of
the other two Omaha paper lor same
period by more than
80.000 PAID AD8.
Good Results. Oood Rates. Qood Rervtoe.
AUTO CLEARING! house
8208 Farnam St. Douglas 8810.
1618 Stearns Knlsht 8. touring 11,600
1814 Hudson Six model 64
1114 Hudson Coupe "
HIT Maxwell Tour., brand new ... 640
UTOT INSURANCE "
Fire, Theft and Liability at lowest rates.
KILLY, ELLIS THOMPSON,
116-14 City Nat. BH. Bldg. Doug. 2416.
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES
C. W. FRANCIES AUTO CO.,
Douglas 858. . 2216-18 Farnam St,
DON'T throw away old tires. We mnhe one
new tiro from two old ones ana onve you
60 per cent. 8-ln-l VuMntilng Co., 1611
Davenport St., Omaha, Neb. Douglas 8914.
WE will trade you a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO.,
10th and Harney. Douglas 6681.
CBOSSTOWN OARAGE. 816 8. 24th
Doug. 4442. We buy OLD CAIto. Farts tor
Hup 20, Oldsmohlle, Chevrolet, Apperson.
FOR SALE Hupmoblle, 88 h. p., 1114; can't
keep It over wtnter;,wlll sell at a Bargain,
Lau narney ...
CORD tires for Fords. 308. 88.66: 80,3V,
111.66. zwlebel Bros. V. 4S7S. 2ftis f-ar
OUR REPAIft WORK WILL SATISFY YOU
TELL St BINKLEY,
1818 Rarney St. Doug. 1640
Auto Repairing and Palnting.
STROM BERQ SKRVICH STATION.
OEORGE W. WILLIAMS, 1500 Jackson SL
Carburetors my specialty. Red 414Z.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Maynaorrer, iiw w, isn.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service, a
prices right. 218 S. Ilth St D. 7310.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto renal r In k. "servlbe car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, ilQ Harney
Di. jyier one.
Ive ft. I char
ngi. Tyler m
FORD for rent. You may drive ft. I charge
by mile. Doug. s.za. Evening!, Tyler mstt,
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
H AR LET - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains In used machines. Victor Roos,
Motorcycle Man," 2703 LeavBnworth.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Charles W. Martin and wife to Ger
trude V. Fratt, Mary street, 86.5
feet east of Thirtieth street, south
slds, 42x110 160
George N. Rose and wife to Glenn
A. BNgnt, tsvana street, nenson,
4B0 feet west of Kennedy, north aids,
Bankers' Savings and Loan association
to Emma Ds vore, Thirty-fourth
street, IB feet north of Arbor street.
ssst Slds, 49x140 1,600
Gsorgs C, Johnson and wlfs to Helen
D. jotinson, jrorty-ntnin avenue, no
feet south of Cuming, east aldf ,
Margaret E. Angel to Morris Zalt
chick, Burdetts strset, 142.4 feet
sast of Twenty-seventh strset, south
slds, 10x126 -, 1,100
Edward M. Slater and wife to A. L.
Slater, Lake street, ISO feet Went of
Sherman avenue, south side, 40sl !i 6
Nathan Wilson, referee, to Fred O.
Swanson. Leroy avenue, so feet
south of Allison, west side, 60xl2N. 160
Elisabeth Kuhlman to Joe MhtruIIb,
northeast corner Tenth and Douglas
Howard W. Harvey and wife to Mag-
dalena Conoannon, southwest corner
Twenty-ninth and Charles streets,
F. J, McShane, Jr., sheriff, to Commer
cial Savings and Loan association,
southwest corner Thirty -second and
T streets, 44x74 1,63
Foreign Trade of U.S.
Eight Billion Dollars
New York, Nov. 7. The foreiei
trade of the United States (or th
rali.nrlar vrar nf lyio win annroxi
mate the sum of $8,000,000,000 or
about one-fifth of the entire interna
tional trade of the world, according to
estimatei made public here today by
the foreign trade department of the
National City bank.
New Citizens Do Not
Like Wilson's Writings
Lead, S. D., Nov. 7. (Special.)-A
strong Hughes sentiment is said to
exist here among the large foreign
element of the city, attributed to
data on hand quoting from President
Wilson's "History of the American
People," In which the president before
entering politics is put down as stat
ing that "the foreign population it
more to be desired as workingmcn,
not as citizens," referring to the Chi
nese, the lower classes "from the
south of Italy and the meaner soit of
Hungary and Poland, where there is
neither skill nor energy nor any initia
tive or quick intelligence." The foreign-bom
population takes exception
to any affront to their pride of race
and so open a belittlement of their
Claim of Largest Number Not
Sustained by Comparative
SWEDEN GIVEN THE LEAD
Recently a' correspondent asked a
question which predicated as a fact
that there were an unusually large
umber of very old people more than
100 years old ill Ireland. In replying
stated that I did not know of proof
that there was an unequal number of
centenarians in Ireland, A very cour
teous Irish sentleman differed with
me, saying there were more centenari
ans in Ireland proportionate to popul
ation than m any other country in
the world, and that the reason was to
be found in the simple diet of the old
time people and especially in the cus
tom of eating bread containing a good
deal of bran. ..
I promised to investigate for him.
As the result of that investigation I
ill sure that there are other countries
with more centenarians than Ireland
The report of the rcmstrnr general
of Ireland shows that in 191 1 there
were 1,154 people over 95 years of age
population of ,.iW,.'4ll. In that
year there were neatns, ot
which 461 were of people 95 years of
age and upwards. Of these 461, 123
were reported as being over 100 years
i he report says: Absolute verifica
tion of the ages of very old people is
not possible, owing to the absence of
public records for remote periods, hut
on secondary inquiries having been
made as regards persons returned
during some recent yeari ai centen
arians, it was found the age was cor
rectly stated in almost every instance,
so far as the registrar could ascer
The figures quoted above show that
about thirty out of each 10,000 of the
population are 95 years of age or over
and sixteen out of each 10,000 deaths
are deaths of centenarians.
How do these figures compare with
other figures? I have not been able to
make an absolute companion because
of several defects in the statistical
data. In addition to the inaccuracies
due to faulty registration 100 years
ago, there is the trouble whieh comes
rom a tendency to lump old people 65
vears and over in one table: 75 years,
85 years and over, and 95 years In still
other tanies. ulover s united states
census office life tables for ten regis
tration states in 1910 shows that for
each 10.000 persons born forty become
centenarians. This is at the rate of
four per 10,000. Of each 1,000 persons
HIU years old living at the beginning
of a year, 402 would die before the
end of the year.
But America It a young nation, a
ittle over a century old, and, there
fore, but few centenariani are to be
expected among its people. We ex
pect to find a few centenariani per
million population in a young country
or in a country where the population
is Increasing rapidly, in tne united
States, as well as we can judge, the
population fl increaiing at the rate of
about a million a year; the death rate
is around 16 and the birth rate around
25.5. The population is nearly 100,-
000,000. The annual increase from ex
cess of births over deaths is nearly
750,000. The remainder of the growth
is, due to exceii of immigration over
A Land of Elders.
In Ireland the birth rate is 23; the
death rate Is 16.46; the population is
4,458,000. The excess of births over
deaths would indicate an Increase of
population of about 29,000 a year.
However, we find that the population
of Ireland decreased at the rate of
50,000 a year for many years and is
now decreasing at the rate of about
25,000 a year. This li due to an excess
of emigration over immigration. A
low birth rate, a high death rate, a
heavy emigration -rate, and a decreas
ing population make tor a population
In which there is a preponderance of
old people as compared with a young
country growing in population as is
the United states, and quite independ
ently of the effect of the foods cus
tomarily eaten in the two countries.
A fairer comparison, therefore, is he
tween Ireland and some of the older
countries of Europe.
The number ot people over 93 years
of age per 1,000,000 Inhabitants in dif
ferent countries is as toliows: f.ng
land and Walei, 13.5; Scotland, 15:
Ireland, 21.3; Denmark, 25; Norway,
20; Sweden, 28.5; Finland, 14; Russia,
12.5; Austria, 13.5; Hungary, 11.5;
Switserland, 15; Germany, 16.5; Hol
land, 18.3; Belgium, 20.5; France, 24;
Spain, 14.5; Italy, 17; Bulgaria, 18;
Serbia, 11; Australia, 11; Canada, 10;
United States, 12.
These figures do not Indicate that
the Irish people are the longest lived
of all peoples.
. Metchnikoff quotes extensively
from Chemln, "who," he says
"brousrht together the ancient and
new records on the centenarians of
all countries up to the end of the
nineteenth century." Metchnikoff
does not allude to evidence of un
usual longevity of the Irish people
in found 5,455 centenarians in Servia.
Bulgaria and Koutnania, and Orn-
atein found 278 persons over 95 years
of age among the 0UU,UIM (jreeks
Chcinin wrote: Although these fig
ures appear to be exaggerated, it la
undoubtedly the case that the pure.
keen nir of the Balkans and the
Dastoral or agricultural life of the
natives predisposed to old age." Chcm
iu wrote that in the Commune of
Sournia and In the Department of
the Somme, both in Trance, there
is a disproportionate number of very
Snudby of England, In his book on
old age, makes no reference to cen
tenarians In .Ireland. He saya that
it is more common in Russia than in
other parts of the world for individ
uals to exceed a hundred years. He
savs that at the celebration of the
centenary of the battle of Borodino
(1812), eight participants In the bat
tie were found to be alive. He re
fers to three interesting characters.
each well over a hundred, who par
ticinated in the Napoleonic wars.
Several participants in the Greek war
of independence (1825 to 1827), lived
to be over lot) yeart ot age.
Saundby does not accept the state'
ments as to the longevity of the
Bulgarians In their entirety. He
says: "There arc no means of deter
mining with certainty the ase of the
people in Bulagria." The opinions of
men who have investigated longevity
do not sustain the idea that the , Irish
are longer lived than any other peo
ple. When compared with the people of
England, Scotland and Wales, the
people of Ireland are long lived, as
the figures already quoted indicate.
In 1910 sixty-live persons over 100
years of age died in England and
Wales. Compare this with the 123
deaths in a year of centenarians in
the very much smaller pupulation of
Or note this comparison'. In Eng
land and Wales, for each 1,000,000
population there were 4.S centenar
ians, as compared with 9.1 in Scotland
and 110.4 in Ireland.
A closer analysis show that, as
compared with the Scotch and Eng
lish, the Irish baby has a somewhat
high death rate. Between infancy
and 03 years of age the death ratet
are nearly equal, between 65 and 85
the Irishman has a very little advan
tage. If the Irishman can get by 85,
his chance of reaching 105 is much
better than that of the Scotchman or
Englishman who is competing for
the same goal. Dr, A. W. Evans in
St. Louis Globe Democrat.
Panama Business Men
Buck Pending Law
troiTi"M,ohdpr,'e ot The Aorllr,t 1'reM. )
Panama, Oct. 2, The employers'
liability law which has passed the Na
tional Assembly and is in the hands
of the president for signature is being
vigorously opposed by local business
interests and foreign corporations do
ing business in the republic. The lat
ter feel that in the event of the act
becoming law it will be applied un
equally and made a means of holding
up the outside corporations. The op
position of local interests is based
partly on the application of the law
to themselves and partly on their gen
eral desire to have nothing done to
discourage the investment of capital.
The most objectionable feature, ac
cording to the opposing employers, is
the provision of half pay during sick
ness incurred while at work. This
is believed to be capable of infinite
abuse, for the reason that many of
the laborers lay off a great deal and
lie around their quarters in a condi
tion between plain laziness and a sort
of sickness which is the result of
hookworm and lack of proper nour
ishment. About 70 per cent of the
people have the hookworm, according
to the reports of the Rockefeller
foundation and in some districts over
half of the people are chronically in
fected with malarial fever.
Another prime objection to the law
lies in the procedure outlined for Us
application. This requires that funds
be deposited in the national treasury
to guarantee the payment of liabilities,
or that every employe be insured In
an insurance company for the purpose
to be organized in Panama. The for
eign corporations profess to believe
tnat tne lunus tncy put up win lie
stolen; and they do not think an in
surance company could be handled
economically or even safely, so that
they would be liable to lose all that
they invested with one.
The corporations contend that the
law, while excellent in many respects,
il too far ahead of the economic and
sanitary developments of Panama.
They claim it has been adopted from
laws recently enacted in highly de
veloped countries and is not ap
plicable to Panama. ' j
Germans Make Ghent
(Corresponclones nt Tho Assoetated Press.)
The Hague, Netherlands, Oct. 1.
It is reported that the University of
Ghent will open late this month or
early in November as a Flemish in
stitution, in accordance with the ideal
of Governor-General von Blissing,
notwithstanding the sharp opposition
of the Belgium government at Havre.
Anonymous circulars are being dis
tributed among professori and stu
dents calling upon them to boycott
ijlient nereattcr, the university au
thorities, however, have already se
cured fifteen Flemish and twenty-five
uutcn nrotessors. most ot tnem ou te
unknown men, who have hitherto helk
minor positions in the educational
realm. A number of distinguished
scholars have declined the proferrcd
posts, notwithstanding the guarantee
of a high pension should they be
ousted from their positions after the
A body calling itself "The Flemish
University association and compris
ing more than a hundred members,
has lust issued a manifesto, sinned hv
two parliamentary deputies and others
letting forth reasons why the decree
of the governor-general in this matter
is to be regarded as a lust lega de
cree of s competent authority." orais
ing those wno nave joined the staff of
the university and condemning former
professors who have declined to serve.
Ibe Belgian government at Havre.
names of three Ghent professors from
the role ot tne Knights of the Leopold
Urier for co-operating in the new
scheme, which, in its view, aims at
dividing Belgium. The Belgian gov
ernment is itself prepared, it is stated,
on the conclusion of peace, to lay a
inn netorc I'arnamcnt tor the hlem
ijhiring of Ghent, having already had
such a plan under consideration be
fore the outbreak of the war,
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Woman Sues Former
Alleging that her former husband,
Fred M. Cute, slandered her, Mrs.
Edith B. Clute has tiled suit with
the clerk of the district court for $5,
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