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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916.
FOR RENT HOUSES
IN ANY OF THK KOLUIW INOj
HOUSES AND COTTAUES
4-R. S401 Maple SI ?!
.R. 2401 Parker St. JJ-JJ
4- R. ISIS Carter Lake Blvd 14.00
I-R. Sll Martha St
7-R. 6018 North 42d St
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
6-R. 2904 Saratoga si, .. . . . . ... ..
.R. 2BI9 N. 27th St. (colored! . . . 16.00
6- R. J2J3 S. th St mi
7- R. 1315 Capitol Ave.
5- R. 3607 N. 30th St "
-R. 1302 N. 46th St. (only I20 la
April 1.1 ....
-R. 433S Franklin St
5- R. 3311 N. 20th St. (Choice bunga
low. garage In tear)
-R. 4112 Farnam St " V"
-R. 1414 Laird St ?
7-R. 97! N. 87th A4
7-R. 390S N. 18th St. ;v',""V'
7-R. 4110 N. 20th St. (Choice de
tached house with garage In the
r-ar.1 Reduced to
7- R. 4812 S. 28d St "
.R. 3849 Oherlee St "
8- R. 3901 N. 17th St. -vv 3'"
8-R. 1717 Park Ava. (Choice ""'
dwelling, newly deooratod Inalde
.R. 2608 Dewey Ave. (Oood brlok
dwelling, very close In. well ar--.Unged
for keeping roomer..) ... 45.00
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
6- R. 116 N. 24th St. (2d floor).. 112.50
6-R. 208 8. 80th St 26.00
PORTER & SHOTWELI,
202 S. 17th St. Doug. 60U.
FOR RENT Ap'to and Flats
NE.W "JDALIA" APARTMENTS.
116-17 N. 8D ST.
In Omaha'a choice and aelect residence
district; conaletlng or:
4-R. apartment with bullt-ln bed and
... .huh hM built-in
man areas, ne . ,
nhirfAnier. maklna practically a 6-room
apartment. , t . ,.
6-R. apartment with bullt-ln bed. smell
dreaalng room which has bullt-ln chif
fonier, aun parlor with tile floor, built-in
bookcases, making practically a 6-room
All apartmenta finished In while
.n.m.l mr.A rn.lt beautiful I V deCOrated,
exclusive llrhtlnu fixtures; gas range
with oven above, refrigerator Iced from
outside; large light kitchens; el. light
..... ..nir.,B fn, electrical
appllancea; and lampa: Murphy-ln-a-door
beds; wall eafea, vacuum sysiem. e"
dryer In laundry; French doors In living
rooms; double curtain rods. Absolutely
up-to-date and complete In every respect.
Call lie for aoDOlntment. of Janitor will
show you through.
Omaha'a Largest Rental Agency.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
' 1614 Harney.
1 Located at 83d and California, very
beautiful and up-to-date, In a good loca
tion; on Hartley car line. One -room
Apt., ooniMUHi ' miu .
In bed, dining room with built-in bed, and
.email areeaing room, wiuuu u -'
chiffonier, kitchen and bath.
J - nnnalsHncr rtf HvlntF room.
dlnlns room with built-in bed, email
dreulnff room ana oum-in cniiioiuor, ueu
room, kitchen and bath. Very choice and
Onen today. Janitor will how you
r u-- t .xMast Pantol ArmnrV.
HASTINGS A HBTDBN, 1614 Harney St
FOR RENT Dundee five-room apartment,
W. I SBLBY AVSONB,
" "' er ai-nr 1D1DTU ff.MT
water and janitor eervlce; large joonu; all
in sood ahaDe; only $82.50 winter, 2t.0tt
tummar, Phone Douglae 4810.
n, nifi x v x j. w fi
1110 N. 22d,, 4-r. flat, eteel rang, fu
plate, Kltcnen -caoinei, wur vmo,
HASP BRQ3. Douglaa Wl.-
' 1 1 w -- V75 Mcwr tTJTrw wt.at
HOT N. 2Sd: flrst-olase condition; all
modern; 20 a month. Phone Doug. 0
MOST modern, up-to-date brick flat In city.
w. ten oaa Hr TV flSfil.
Harney a 8 oi
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
"OMAHA'S RENTAL MEN.
and Ule bath, exceptionally large living
room. n rw- fv- , . , .
no car fare; $S5 lummer; $42.60 winter.
PORTLAND ANNEX, Park Ave. and Leav
enworth, brand new S room and delight
ful eun iroom, new wallpaper, new gae
tove and refrigerator; everything freen
and clean. heat ana water iurnieneu
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
61ft Omaha Nat'l. Bldg.
I - ROOM, aimoei now, , . "
Jackion St. xeiepnone vmu- w
"six large rooms, inside flat, in brick build-
l 4-RM. AdL in Sterling; no car tare. Flrat
Trust Company. D. ,1161.
626.00 22i B. 10th St, 6-r., flat, all modern.
..e no MO TVT 1th at e. lt
636.00 623 S. 6tb St., 5-r., all modern
H. A. WOLP,
614 Ware Block. Douglaa 6068,
TROOM flat for rent, 26 per month; cloae
In. Phone voug. ios.
FOR RENT Bu&ipest Pr'p'ty
RESTAURANT. 107 B. 16th; steam heat
Hall, 24th and Parker, on year's lease.
807 South 13th St. good brlcK. su.
JOHN N. FBBNZER, DOUGLAS 664.
TWO modern stores near postofflce. Low
rent U. r. Hteooins, iom tmttvgu.
Offices and Desk Room.
rtttMTRART.Hl studio location In Weed Bldg.
18th and Farnam, and in Baldrlge Bldg.,
20th and Farnam; rental reaeonaoie.
F"i D. WEAD, Wead Bldg.
DESIRABLE office rooms In the remodeled
Crounse block, 119 N. 16th St. (opposite
postofflce), $10 to 1S per month. Conrad
Young, 32 uranaeis meaier. uvui. nu
CHOICE office apace. Balrd Bldg., 17th and
Douglas, McCague inv. to.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Houses and Flats.
WHAT have you for rent in the way
of four, flva and six-room modern
up-to-date apartments? f refer
ence will be given to those in better
district of the city. Want lo deal
direct with owners. No agents. Tele-
WANTED Listing on cottages or houses to
rent or sell on easy payments. Have cus
tomers waiting. Inquire 418 Karbach
Bleck. jjougias siuf.
GALLAGHER A NELSON
will look after your rentals. 04 Brandeis
Bldg. Doug. 6882. t
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
We have for sale on very easy terms a
splendid residence at ill N- 83d St This
house baa sight rooms, all in fine con
ditio. The lot ta 60x141. I Is In a very
desirable neighborhood and the price to
801 First National Bank Bldr
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT 8 -room, I
baths, nearly new; big discount, only
16,660. See It 8B6 N. 66th Ave.
1811 LINCOLN BLVD 1 1 -rosm house,
strictly modern, with hot water heat
Douglas Ills. .
MINNE LUSA SNAP.
Owner is railroad man and making
Change. Will sell at ft, sacrifice; brand
new bungalow, 6 rooms and bath, stucco
frame, oak and birch, all built-in fea
tures, all on one floor with large attic;
room for $ more rooms; one block to car
line- paved street; 600 cash will handle.
p. J. TEBBIN8 CO.,
$06 Omaha Nat. Bk. Phone D. 1182.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
A five-room, strictly modern bungalow,
with bath. It is finished in oak, up-to-date,
bullt-ln features end lighting fix
ture; full basement, large ettlc. Looated
at 6821 North 26th St Prloe. 11,160; easy
NORRIS & NORRIS,
400 Bee Building. Phone Doug. 4170,
1260 CASH, $39,60 MO.
Buys one of the clansicst bungalows on
the mitrknt today; 6-room, strictly mod.,
oak finish, high-grade fixtures ; has a
number of special features; full base
ment, furnace heat; dandy east front lot;
1H lks. to car; south of Wavcrly Tark.
RA8P BROS., DOUQ. 1CBS.
AN ESTATE orders one remaining properly
closed out. A 6-r. house, business lot.
Military Ave., only ll.lbO, A great bar
gain. OKORQE Q. WA1XACK, 614 Keellne Bldg.
KOUNTZE PLACE restricted district resi
dence for sale. A. V, Knlest, SBIii N. 18th.
6-ROOM cottage on Florence Blvd., for only
61,750. DougUs 1204.
FOR SALE I acres improved. Col. 1646.
HAN SCO M PARK DISTRICT.
Just finished and up to the minute six
room bungalow; large living room, fire
place, beam ceiling, bullt-ln bookcasee,
dintnir room, bullt-ln buffet, plate rail and
paneled walls, kitchen and pantry on first
floor, tnree large oearooma apa uaia on
enrond floor: full basement: large east
front lot, with shade trees. We will be
glad to call for you and show you this
SCOTT & HILL CO,
Doug. lOOt. Giound Floor McCague Bldg.
FIVE KOOMb NEW
All modern in every detail; living and
dining room all oak finish, with bullt-ln
bookcases; pantry with elaborate cup
boards. Icebox room: full basement with
floor drain; shades; electric fixtures and
screens; all furnished. This is a real oar
gain at 62,760; 1600 cash, balanoe on
terms to suit. Others ask as much as
1,260. Let us show you this week.
706 Omaha Nat. Bk. Doug. 86ft.
Evenings Weh 46.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Eight-Room Modern House at
709 South 18th Street.
Will be sold to the highest bidder on
Monday, Nov. 13th at 10 a. m.
House Muet be Moved From Lot.
This Is a well built house and a chance
ot pick up a bargain.
DRAKE & CO., Owner,
James L, Dowd. Auctioneer.
VERY SPECIAL BARGAIN.
$2,100 will buy 66x140 ft, with good
house, on 38h, just off Leavenwortn; non
resident owner Easy terms.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST.
NEW 6-ROOM BUNGALOW
Very easy terms. 1210 S. 26th Ave. Red 1661.
$200 DOWN, BALANCE $25 A MO.
nearly new. airicuy moaern. ubk un
ion and oak floors In living room and din
ing room. Colonnade opening, bullt-ln
bookcases and window seats. Full cement
basement. Furnace heat. Price $2,600. A
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. D. 1781
INVESTMENTS. INSURANCE $400 income
on price, 2,60O, being 3 houses, e rooms
each, near high school and Crelghton
college. Also 6 and 6-room bungalows.
$200 down, and two a-roora, ibl down,
balance monthly. ;
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMES
WORTH THE MONEY IN ALL PARTS
... OF THE CITT. LIST YOUR PROPERTY
riWITH US FO RESULTS. .
O'NEILL'S REAL ESTATE A INS. AQNCY,,
Brandeis Theater Bldg. Tyler 1024.
WE have clients with cash who are looking
for good, first-class, close-In Investment
246-T- Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 0.
NEW bungalow: also S-i. and gardening
your terms and price; Inv. with $40, rent.
I nouses (flat coat sa.nuoj, x,tQp. u. 1107.
FIVE rooms, new, oak finish, fully deco
rated, an modern, eto $2,760; 9iQ9 cash,
balance monthly. Colfax lsst.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
CARPENTERS and builders, call to see us
this week. We have some special bar
gains in some low-priced lots, where yon
may build small modern homes. They
have all street improvements; are close-in,
near car line and are selling for about
SHULER & CART,
204 Keellne Bldg. Phone D. 6074.
Choice west front lot on 34th street,
between Dodge and Davenport St. This
block Is being built up with fine homes.
Get in bn this price $1,360.
D. V. 8HOLES CO.,
Doug. 46. 16 City Nat Bk. Bldg.
AFTER looking 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 TOU will come out today you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO,
142 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldf.
One of tha choice lot. In the addition
slse. 46x186; east front, and on the car
line, mce, tu. Terms siv casn and
17.60 per month.
C. A. ORIMMEL.
149 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldf. Phone D. 1616.
OWNER must mJ east front lot on Fonta-
nell. Blvd.. In Clalrmoat. Will Mil at
auriflo. price If take, at enae. Call
ACRES SOUTH. .
Improved and unimproved In one to
ten-acre tracts, on or near Betlavue oar
Una. Best at school (acuities.
C. R. COMBS,
I'bono Doug. 6,16. 60, Brandeis Theater.
A FINK place for chicken raising, garden
Ing or fruit trees and berry bushes; 10
good lots: one block from oar Una and
close to school. Price, $76; $1 down
and 60c per ween on eacn lot Box T04T.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
, 5 Acres
With 4-Room House
If you want a good surburban home
where you can grow me oesi Kina oi veg
etables, you should look at this property.
About 3 acres of good level rich black
loam soil, the balance can be used for
pasture. Has running water. This is loca
ted northwest of Benson, mile from the
paved road and the new town or "west
Benson." This Is the finest kind of land
for potatoes. Will sell on payment down
of $271), balance very easy terms, rrice,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 60.
START TOUR HOME IN BENSON I
BUY THIS LOT.
10.00 down and 110.00 per month; price
$200 00; slse 60x12$; located on Locust
St, between Clark and Burnbam, not far
-from school and car line. cc R Wright
Bee office, Umana.
10 Acres Northwest of
Within one-half mile of paved road; fine
laying land. Has 8 acres in raspberries.
& acres In alfalfa, 1 acres cultivated. Will
sell fur $400 per acre on very easy terms.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Street
REAL ESTATE Suburban
, A Fine
New larre 4.room bun.alow, full cellar
with outside cellarwity. Poultry house.
Four lota. Now belnit fenced chicken
tight. One block to paved road. Price,
1,176; ISSO cash, balance like rent.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Street.
ROOM residence." South I'd $l.0t: 460
oath, balance 816 per mot tb Pous 6886
NE THA WAT has 8. 4, I, 80 and Ill-Mr
Impr. tracts for city property. Fin, m.
ACRES WEST, NEAR OMAHA.
60 acres -"4 mile from West Dodge St.,
on high ridge, unimproved, $fln0 per acre.
40 acres14 mile from West Dodge St.,
well Improved, $676 per acre.
20 acres mile from West Dodge St.,
fair Improvements, good truck farm,
IS 00 np crm
$ acres On high point between Dodge
St. and Benson, nearly level, cnoice unim
proved property, $800 per acre.
All located within 6 miles from Six
GEORGE & CO.,
Phone D. 766. 001 City Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
New 5-Room Cottage
With One Acre '
Located within one block of the main
street, paved road and Benson Gardens
jitney line; has electric lights. Land la
level and has the richest kind of soil.
Would make an Ideal place for raising
chickens, have a garden and some fruit.
Only 5c car fare down town. Will sell
on payment aown oi saoo ana me (nu
ance about the same as rent.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Street.
REAL ESTATE Investments
10 PER CENT NET.
A close-In corner, well Improved, two
hlnflks from 16th. on one of the main busi
ness streets where values are Increasing
rapidly. First time offered; the cost ouy
on the market toaay.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douilss 39S2, ,!-! City National.
A. P. TUKBY SON,
Phona Pouar. 08. X0J- W. O. W. Bldf,
FOR MA LB.
Double brick St. Louis flat, within font
block, of 19th and Harnayi olose In I BM
fsln price. i
Douglas 1311. CI'; National Bank.
Corner, close In. two houses, annual
rent ,720. Price, ,6,600.
S. P. BOSTWICK SON,
300 Bee Bld. Tyler 150,.
WE have clients with cash who are looking
for good, first-class, close-in investment
ft8-T-l Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler .
te,800 Brick Hat near 30th and Farnam
remeu ei tow
GLOVER ft SPAIN. .
Douglaa 9. ,lt-0 City Natldhal.
REAL BStATB. .
-- WK. COLFAX .
1.1 Keellne Bldg. Doug. Mli.
REAL ESTATE B'nesi Pr'pty
44x66 feet, 10th and Burt Sts., $$,$00.
40x6$ feet, with half interest In 16
foot driveway, near $0th and Farnam Sts.,
$1,000. J. H. Dumont ft Co.. 416-18 Kee-
line mag, mono uougias
INCOME! property near Ford plant. 14th St.
Owner, Harney 83&t.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands, Etc.
HAVB two 180-acre farms and one $0-acre
farm, eastern nenrasaa. to wane ior ciiy
ARCHER REALTY CO.,
$80 Brandeis Bldg.
Ranch specialist, sell or trade ranches for
city property. IS. crania, Die nranaen wm.
TRADES TRADRS TRADES.
VtLrmm. dnttle. Ranches. New Apart'
ments, Flats, etc, ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
FIRST-CLASS west Iowa farm to deal for
Nebraska or Colorado lana.
i THOMAS CAMPBELL,
f KEELINE BLDG.
A 12-RDOM roomlna house for sate or ex
change for equity in lots or nouse ana ioi.
or good car; good location, uau uoug'
las 689$ after 8 p. m.
WE have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or la. lana. tuawara s.
Williams Co.. Omaha Nat'l Rank Bldg.
OOOD lot, desirable location, will take used
Ford as part payment, Webster 4
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We have a cash customer for small Inv
proved acreage tract near Omaha,
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Doug. 297. 212 8. 17th St.
WANTED 4. 6 and btroomed houses that
can be sold for $1U0 cash; balance lift
per month; give complete description nrsi
W FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 10S4.
WK HAVE customer for a $ or 6-rm, house
or bungalow; not far from high school.
What have you? CALL US VP. HURRY.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
911-10 City National. ; P. $86
WE have buyers for your property.
INTER -STATE RKALTI CO.,
129-10 City Nat'l Bldg. Doug. $861.
FOR SALES F. D. Wead, 310 S, lUth St.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos, Ind. notes as security.
$40 fl-mo H. H. gds., total cost, $3. SO.
$40 " Indorsed notes, total cost, $2,40,
Smaller, larger ara'ts. proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
Organised by Omaha Business Men,
4!$ Rose Bldg., lHh and Farnam. Ty, $6$.
Real Estate. Loans, Mortgages.
5 PER CENT to C per cent on best class city
residences in amounts iz.u'io up; also
farm loarsi Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO., 12 Farnam St
si. E00 MORTGAGE, bearing S per cent semi
tnn.: secured by farm, 2 miles from town,
valued at $4,600. Talmadge-Loomls Inv,
Co ., W. O. W. Bldg
REAL ESTATE loans, $ per cent , See
D. B. BUCK CO.,
Ill Omaha Nat. Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM,
OMAHA homes East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL E8TATE CO.,
101 6 Omaha Nat'l. Phona Doug. lfl$.
FARM and city loans, 6-6 H and $ per cent
W. H. Tnomas, jveeune oiur. uou(.. imi
7ir MONEY HARRISON ii&SrBS
U0 916 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We slso ouy gooa iarm mon
gages. Ktoke Inv. Co., umana.
DON'T PAY IN INSTALLMENTS,
PAY IN S, 3, 4 or 6 YBAR8. BEST PLAN.
SHOPEN ft CO., BLtLHJ.
RE ALKSTATE" LOANS " WANTED,
THOH. U McOARrtt,
KEELINE BLDO. TiiL. RED 4344
Real Estate,Loans, Mortgages.
PER CENT and " per cent money. Toland
A Trumbull, 44$ Bee Bids. Douglas 6707.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
weed Bldg., isth and yarnam ms.
MONEY on hand for city
fnrm loans. H. V. Binder,
National Bunk Bldg.
Nat l Rank Btdg.
CITY aud farm loans. 6. 6. tf per cent
J. H. iMimont 'o.. 418 Keelire wag.
Stocks and Bonds.
FOR SALK Block treasury stock. Uwld
mine, Leiidville, (,'ulo. ir mterfstea w
m for particulars. Address Bo T00,
Abstracts of Title.
If- Tide, Uuarantee and Abstract Co.,
JEYCII aofi 8. 17lh St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Mann. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ADSTHACT CO.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebrnska. 206 Uvandels Theater.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
H ARLR Y-D A V 1 1 SON 'MOTORCYlTLBS. Bar
gains in used machines, victor Rons, 'ine
Motorcycle Men,"' U7G3 Leavenworth.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
PALM BKACH COUNTY
Heads the poll for net profits from Its
truck farms and citrus fruit groves, and is
slso elected the finest climate In the
world. For particulars und literature
A. PARSON A SON,
Phone Doug. 748. 6S2 Hnindels Bldg,
DUVAL County, Florida, offer ureal op
portunities for profitable rarming ana
stock raising. lnvosllgate. l-aml are
fertile and cheap. Illustrated booklet.
Publicity department, Duval County Com
missioners, Jacksonville. Kla.
$40 PER ACRK, 10 acres fourteen miles
from Council Bluffe, aUJctiiN email wm
tlon and school; main automobile rottd :
fair set of Improvements; Ideal stock and
grain farm; small payment down, balance
long time; low rate of interest. .1. O.
Bone, 163 Lafayette Ave.. Phone 364S.
IOWA and Neb. farms, all slxos, within
driving distance or Onmha w. t. wmun
Co., 114 City Nat'l Bank Dldg., Omaha.
140-ACRE FARM 45 MILES FROM
Minneapolis; t miles from two good rail
road towns; good Bft of buildings, consist
ing of 7 -room house, largo barn, granary,
com cribs, machine ahd, windmill, etc.
10 acres under cultivation; ran practi
cally all be cultivated; no waste land;
excellent corn land; SO head of cattle,
consisting of 12 cows, balance one and
two-year-olds, 6 horses, hga, chickens
and complete set of machinery every
thing on the place, Including one-third
of this year's crop, goes at $60 per acre;
$6,000 cash, all the time wanted on bal
anoe, fl per cent Interest, fchwtfh Bros..
10aa Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM S10 rush and $5
monthly; no Interest or taxes; highly pro
ductive land; close to 3 b'g markets.
Write for photographs and full Informa
tion. Munger. A-119, N. Y. Life Build
Kansas City, Mo.
GREAT BARGAINS $5 down, 5 monthly.
buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry iana
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
i00. Address Bos 808, Excelsior Springs,
VALLEY COUNTY FARM
THURSDAY. NOV. 11, 2. P. M. .
AT ORD. NEBRASKA.
660. acres well Improved 3 to miles of
Ord, 380 acres under plow. XO acres al
falfa, balanoe hay and pasture. For full
NEBRASKA AUCTION CO.,
Central City, Neb.
v OOOD WHEAT AND CORN LAND.
160 acres, 14 ml. McCook, fVi another
good R. R. town. Black loam, 100 ac.
cultv. one field. Balance good grass.
Fenced. Price $1,860. Terms. Cornelius &
Co., Hastings, Neo. -
SMOOTH 80 near town. Johnson Co,, Neb.
Reduced price for 10 days; possession
given. Baay terms. "r
. i STEWART,
318 8. lTth.
A SNAP for sale. 118 acres for sale 3tt
miles from Blair, Neb. I will be in
Omaha at the Arcade Hotel, November 18
and 14. K. Martin, owner,
A HIGHLY improved farm for grain rent.
TULANU ft THUHBUL-li,
Douglas 8707. , 448 Bee Bldg.
CAN sell or exchange any lands you have to
offer. C. J, Canan, McCague Hiag.
Call or write for my free book descrlb
tng good corn and alfalfa land In east
Texas for lis per acre.
W. S. FRANK,
101 Neville Blk.
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and gen
eral crop state in the union. Settlers
wanted; lands tor sale at low prices on
easy terms; excellent lands for stock
raising. Ask for booklet 86 on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; state acres wanted.
If Interested In fruit lands, ask for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land Com.
mlasloner Soo Railway, Minneapolis, Minn.
USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
Phone D. 8312.
2047 Farnam St.
FORDS, TOURING CARS, $175 UP.
Also Bulcks. Studebakers, Hupps and
other light cars from $126 up. Lowest
prices in America, cars aemonstraiea.
List furnished to out-of-town purchas
era. fiend for Itj no obligation.
Who's setting the pace now?
In the first ten months of 1918
THE BEE ruined 47.B40 Paid Ads.
EXCEEDING the COMBINED GAIN of
the other two Omaha paper lor same
period by more than
80,000 PAID ADS.
Good Results. Good Rates. Good Service.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
M0f Farnam St. Douglas S3 1 0.
1111 Bl.arna Knlrht , touring l,60(l
1,1. Hudson (tlx model 64 M0
11 Hudson Coup. M0
1,17 Hsscwell Tour., brand now ... 640
Fire, Theft and Liability at lowest rates.
KILLY, ELLIS THOMPSON,
818-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2819
Douglas 868. 2218-18 Farnam St,
A CAR that Is properly rebuilt Is in most
caeeB a good bur Rain. Our facilities are
your Insuranre. Phone Tyler 71T.
8. O. S. MOTOR CO.. 2408 LEAVENWORTH
DON'T throw away old tires. We make one
new tire from two old ones and save you
B0 per rent. 2-tn-l Vukanlxing Co., 1616
Davenport St., Omaha, Neb. Doug Ins 2914.
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES
C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Douglas sr.3, 221G-JK Fur nam St.
WB will trsde you a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO..
20th and Harney. Douglas E26I.
CROKSTOWN GARAGE, 31 1) S. 24th St.
Doug. 4 4 4 .J. We liny OLD CARS, Parts for
Hup 20, Oldsmoblle, Chevrolet, A p person
CORD tires for Fords, 80x8, IS. 66; 30x3 Vt
811.88. Zwlobel Bros. D. 41.78. 2518 Far
OUR REPAIR WORK WILL SATISFY YOU.
TELL & BINKLKT.
2818 Harney St. Douar. 1B40.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
STROM BERG RBKVH -K STATION,
GEORGIA W. WILLIAMS. 1506 Jackson St.
Carburetors my specialty. Red 4142,
10O reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repair1!. Mayenorrer, zjo N. mm.
NEB.' Auto Radiator Repair Sorvlre, and
" Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT suto repairing, "service car at
ways ready." Omaha Garage, 2010 Harney
St. Tyler &!. i
Automobiles for Hire.
FORD for rent. You may drive It. I charge
by mile. Doug. J6JZ. Evening, Tyler 1838.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
WORK team ToTnato. cheap for cash. Call
Bourn ior. a. u, 71
A Hon I y o u n t' t earn for sale cheap. Call
'OULTRY AND PET STOCK
DAMAOKn WHKAT, "liTBO a handrei. A.
tt Waitner, ,01 N. Iln.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
tfrantu A Boneo'n and wife to Barker
Co., northwest corner rorty-flfth
Knit t Irani mfrmMk. irresular
prRlHemtmt, 1 171 SO ,...,...$ 1
W. Grimes ami wife to M, A. Teasi.
Twenty-fourth atreei, 10 feet south
of Ohio street, west side, 21.1110.. $.000
J. V. Grimes and wife to M. A. Pease.
southeast corner Twenty-lhirn ana
c treet. 4OK130 M0
Issnr N. Oiilll to flanfoni K. McCet-
lum. Crown Point avenue. 10$ f'st
weat of Twenty -seventh street, north
elde. 60ia !
Florence K. Mlxter arid husband to
Charles H. Peels, Twenty-second
street. 3S feet south of Rurdette
Court, weal side, asl40 - t, 150
,yman K. HWby and wife to Melville
R ftiurtr.uin. northwest corner
Twenty-second and L streets, loxlSO. 1
Qutney Realty co. to I'aut HaisovsKy,
Thirty -sixth street, aso teei soum
of O street. wtnt side, 40x11$. 3$$
F. .1. Mi-Shana, Jr., nherlff, to Censer
vnttve Savings and Loan associa
tion 1 210
United Rc Hstate and Trust Co. to
Lticio Dlliglto, Kleventh street. ln$
ffot south of William ureet. west
Ml.lf, 36x1 ;to 1U
GeorKe W. Peck and wife to Harry K.
An l In, Forty-fifth street, eouth of
Maple street, west side, 60x143.,.. 1
Must Show Cause Why They
Should Not Give Notioe of
Stockholders' Meeting, i
DISPUTE WITHIN COMPANY
Following ction brought by Edwin
T. Swobe, i stockholder in the Na
tional Fidelity & Casualty company,
Frank McCoy, president; , Nye F.
Morehouse, secretary: N. B. Uodike,
W. J. Havnes and O. Mosher, officers
and directors, have been ordered to
appear before district court Friday to
show cause why they should not issue
notices of a meeting of the stockhold
The action to show cause was
passed upon in Judge Day's court The
u aintitt is the state ot Nebraska, on
the relation of Governor Morehead,
Willis E. Reed and William H. irmth
acting on the state insurance board.
A stockholders disagreement is said
to have precipitated the legal action,
High School Boys
And Girls Do Not
Know How to Study
Knowing how to study is a lost art
among high school students, accord'
ing to frof. Herbert Browneil oi the
University of Nebraska, who ad
dressed the physical science section of
the teachers convention. Jnditter
ence to learning is general among stu
dents, but even where there is a de
sire to learn, there is the necessity for
knowing how to study.
Constructive thinking, development
of power ot initiative, encouragement
to do more difficult tasks, are benefits
derived from the difficult study of
ohvsical science, he said.
I hat teachers should not discourage
students who do not know the ap
plication of all the laws of physics
was a point empnasizea by rrot.
Browneil. "Learning that certain
things can be accomplished and get
ting the relationship of important
things in life are far more important,"
he pointed out. tits talk was on
the' furpose ot rnysics in tiign
Headaches, neurasthenia, constipa
tion and a host of like ills of child
hood can be traced to bad posture in
the school room," declared Miss
Susan Myrick in the physical educa
tion conference of the state leach
ers convention at Central High
school. "Only the erect position is
assurance that there is no posture
strain, said Miss Myrick, who is su
perintendent of physical training at
Hastings. I nis conterence proved
most interesting to school ma'ams, as
the large auditorium was crowded to
the doors and many waited outside
for a chance to hear the health talk.
Eugenics and biological hygiene
were advocated by Miss Myrick.
This country is gaining in many
things, but not in the physical char
actenstics ot tne race, sne saia
Winter Swoops On
According to the reports to the rail
roads, the western part of Nebraska
is getting a little touch oi winter. All
through the western counties ol tin
state there was rain Wednesday aft
emooii, turning to snow during the
night. This morning in many local!
ties snow covered the ground to
dcDth of an inch. '
Bridgeport was the coldest point in
Nebraska, the temperature there our
ing the night getting down to fifteen
degrees above zero. Temperatures of
eighteen to thirty-six above were the
rule, with slightly warmer in the ecu
tral and eastern portions.
Because Wife Died
Brooding over the recent death of
h s wife. William Kincharnt, M
Templeton street, shot himself below
the heart. The attempted suicide was
made in tne nome 01 nis menu, n.
Rnrcham. 3618 Boyd. At the Swedish
Mission hospital it was said he would
Certain articles of diet tend to
check movements of the bowels. The
most common of these are cheese, tea
and boiled milk. On the other hand
raw fruits, especially apples and ba
nanas, also ffraham bread and whole
wheat bread promote a movement of
the bowels. When the bowels are
badly constipated, however, the sure
way is to take one or two of Cham
berlain's Tablets immediately after
NEW YORK STOCKS
Wall Street Proceeds to Buy
Regardless of Political
RAILS RATHER BACKWARD
Nftw York. Nov. RKriilMi ot pollll-
nl coiMUlrratlona Wall Hlrfl, or at lt
h moit venturMom membrrt ot that com
munity, continued Unlay to manifwat thMr
llrf In ba.-lc and intrlnaic vtmtmiona oy
fr and confident buylnn of aiocka, p.
tally lndualrUlf, iq.ulpmnta ot tha taml-
Ralla wim- backward and alurflah and
motor Mv.ffrd from th m nwtralnta ao
lilt ihrvMi In that particular (roup. Tne
movinitn(, an a vvhola, wan obvlouaiy of pro
fiMlotinl or t (tin, public tntert holdhn aloof
n view of pOMMlhlfi rnntlnKenrl,
Many nw rf'orOa wrs ml, fhlf a motif
hfe hflnn Central Laathar, which roaa
1 point to U9; Lackawanna mii, i u,
; American Writtn Papar, proff-rred,
to International Paper ft to 7;
Union Ban and Tuper (new lamt t to 107;
American I.LcomUva to m, and Allta-
ChAlmra prefer rod to . In addition, 8ara-
HoxfciH'k and lh arverAl laaufa of tha Quit
0tatA fttefll rompany, roRistorrd new maxl
Over one-third of the total turnover of
bout l.MMOO" aharra Vns contributed hy
I'nltrd Hlaiei ftte-l. Leather and the Ma
rine, the fiwt njmrd xupplylnir t7H,000
Other atronit and m tlve liwi.t. Ineludtn Re
public iron, Crui'thl Steel. Trended Steel Car.
American Car and the Ruirara.
ronpera, n a Whole, were prominent
throughout, hut Kftlna ro comparatively
mnll dearKe the brilliant atatementa aub-
n lit tad by (he Utah and fhlno comi'anlea,
nd another nhurp riao lit the refinrd metal
to 30 H centa. with a premium on thin
price for tmmodiata delivery. Katlmntea
for atel carnlnga for the current quarter,
popularly placed at an unpfacadi-niad volume,
arruunted for the atrencth of that taaua In
trie race uf bear preaaure.
uealtnra in iwnda wera moderate and lack
ing In .ture, axrept. for the strength of
lachawHima fltel hm and United tltatea
Steel stinking funda. Total aalea, par value.
15,410,000, Untied Statea bonda wera un
changed on tall,
Sal pr. Ktvh. Low. Clna
Am, Beat flua-ar d.dAA tiu inau iftau
Am. Can fl.100 3 t
Am. Car A Tdry.. 1P,00 71 fl 7H
Am. Locomotive., , 48.000 Iflii 9ti 97
Am. Hmolt. Uef S.ROO lllH llOH 111
Am. nugar nr. ,, z,uo 131 ns
n m, 1 lei.,.
Am. Zinc, L. 8.
.011 n,i i3J isau
'.oo SM, u k h
70.300 9t 1S 7S
1,100 TH los loH
:o,oo o n i
1,400 US II IN
t.ioo tiu tH is
Bait, ft Ohio ...
Brooklyn R. T. ,
Butt A flu p. Cop,
Cal. Peroleum ,.
Can. Paeiflo ...
,nn 113 IT, ITS
..110,100 111 11014 111
. enlral Leather
II Vi 114
Ches. A Ohio ,
C, M. A B P....
Chi. A Northweat.
too i:H nil lsitt
R. I. A P. Rv.
Colo. F. A l..v..
Corn Prod. Ref, ,
Orulcble 8tea , ,,
niatlller'a Sec. , .
Oen, Kteetrlc . , . . ,
Ot, North, pfd ..
Ot. N. Ore Ctfa ..
Illlnota Central .,
interb. Con. corp.
Inau. Comer , , . .
International H. ,
int. m, M. pfd ota 67.700 1124 'H l-nH
van. v,. do siv js ai
in.cott Cop, ,, 11,400 It (. Vi 14
4k N 1344
c. Patrol 1,600 111 110 HOti
Mo K. T. pfd..
Montana Powsr ..
NAtlonal Load ,.
Navada Ooppar , ,
N. T. Central ....
N. T., N. II. (I..
North. Parlflc ..
Pac, T.I. A Tal,
1,600 IDH 'I H I0H
7.000 2H :SH 1
1,100 10ll 10IU 10IU
1.600 II 104, lOti
00 1,1 111
2,100 113 . 1
Ray Cons. Coppsr. 13,100 30
11.100 not. 1
Rp. 1. A S
8hat. Arts. Cop. .,
11,100 1141 314,
3,100 1 ,1 31
3,000 101 41 10114 10141
3,000 JH4 .214 114
1.400 130 121 121
00 234 14 22 .
400 231... 23414 224 ,
14,400 1614 1604 160U
Btud.bak.r Co, ..
Tan. Ooppar ......
Tax. Company ..
union racuio . . . .
Union Paclflo pfd,
U. 3. . Alcohol..
u. a. nto.i
rj. a. Bt..i otd ..
1.200 1434 141
17,200 1264 122
1,300 121 121
ll.OOO 114 112
Waba.h pfd "B". .
W.at.rn Union . ,
1.100 1114 3041 31
600 103 10141 103
11,100 St 164 1574
Total aataa for th. day, 1,600,000 sharaa.
Haw Task Monay Market.
Naw York, Nov. l.rMaroantils Paper-
14 per e.nt.
Btarllnf uacnanaa so-day Dim, ,4.T u
oemmarclal 10-day bill, on b.nka, 14.70 44 :
commercial 10-day bills, 14.704 1 demand,
4.76 11-11; cables. 14.71 7-11.
Silver Her. uhqi Mexican aouara,
Bonds Government eteaayl railroad
Tim. Loans nrm o asys. ioi per
e.nt: 10 daya. 33i4 par cant; all months,
I4I4 Pr c.nt.
Call aionay aieaayi ntan, I, p.r o.nt
ruling rat., 1 per c.nt; last loan 24 per
cent; closing bid, 2 4 per cent; offered at
IV, par cent.
U. a r.f Is, "t II 4 K. C. X. ref 6s,, 11 .
do, coupon ....'-- at un vel
U. 8. I. re ,.100 M.. K.iT. 1st 4s 71
do. coupon .. 1004 Mo. Pan, o 1.. 102
U. 8, 4., cel.. ,110 Mont. P. 6a II 4
"do. coupon ..liv t. . I. i;. aep os.iis'a
Am. I4m.lt Is, ,110441V. T. City 44s. 1114
Am. Tel Tel N. Y, N. H,
SV 4t. Ill 11- A CV BS.lintt
Anglo-Prenrh Si 16 North. Psc 4s.. 1244
Atchison gen 4s. !84North. Pac. 3s.. 664
Ban. unio ,s neur.. o. li. rei ,s sde
Relh. Ht. ref Os.lOlViP. Tel. Tel. Is.10114
Central Pac 1st. !04Penn. con. 44s. .10544
Cbea. Ohio cv Penn, gen. 44S.1034
cv 46s Bftieneaaing gen is.. I.v.
C B. Q. J 4s 1144 81. 1.. F.
C, M. a II. P. ref 4 34
cv 6s 10I48O. Pac. cv Is, .106V4
C, R. I. P. Ry. Pat rf. 4s.. I2!4
ref 4s I7480. Ry 6.. .,,,.1024
C. A . ref 4 4s 16 4 Union Pacific 4s II
U. K. u. e ,s BJunion r. cv ,s.v4
icrl. n 4. 73 U. 8. Rubber Ss. 101 41
Oen. Electric 6I.106HU. 8. Bteel 6s ..1074
Ot. N. 1st 4U.100 4West. Union 44s 17
111. cent, rer 40 iiu. 01 uan., isai ss
Inl, M. M. 44s. 1014
London Htocli Market.
I.ondon, Nov. 0. The uncertainty of the
result of the presidential election caused a
slump In the stock exchsnge today and the
list closea oun, penning no iinat decision.
Silver us r. S4ttc per ounce.
Money 6 per cent; discount rate,, short
snd three months, 644P544 per cent.
New York, Nov, 3, The coffee market
was aul.t, but prices ruled easier under
scattered Irnde selling or liquidation. After
opening et a decline of one to three points
prices steadied on covering, but eased agnln
itnd closed st a net decline of one to three
points. Hales. 13,260 hags. Closing bids:
November, 3.3fir: December, 6.300; January,
3.34c; February, 1.33c; March, l.4lc; April,
1.4Hc; May, 8,61c; Juno, 6.68c: July, 3.01c;
Auguat, 3.36c; September. 8.70c; October,
Hpot coffee Quiet. Rio 7's. 144c; Santos
4's, 104c. Comparatively few fresh offers
were reported In the cost and freight mar
ket and quotations were unchanged around
10c to 10.10c for Snntoa 4's. The official
cables reported no change In the Hraxlllan
Omaha Hay TJnrUet.
Receipts lllht on both hay and slfalfa.
Market Is firm and steady, the demand Is
Pralrlo Hay Choice upland, 110.60ft
11.00; No, 1 upland, 0.60fl10.00; No. 3 up.
land. 18.000.00; No. 3 upland, Ifl.00O7.00.
Midland No. I. Il.6010.00; No. 2, 37.00
Lowland No. 1, I6.0047.00; No. 1, 14.00
O5.00; No. 3. 33.00 4,00.
Alfalfa Choice, 116.00: No. 1, 114.00;
standard, IU.00OU.60; No. 2, llO.OOitf. 12.00;
No. I. .00( 10.00
Straw Oat, 16.0001.50: wheat, 15.00
till and Rosin. ' ,
Havannnh, Oa., Nov, I. Turpenttne4-Mar-ket
firm. 4844 : sales, 211 bbls: receipts,
343 bbls; shlpm.nts, 116 bbls; stock '11,111
Rosin Market firm: sales, 1,308 bbls: re
ceipts, 1,231 bbls; shipments, 1,300 bbls;
stock. 77,342 t,01S. WUOte; A, B.- C, D, B
33.36; T, a. H, 1, K. M, 11.36; N, 16.60
W.O, 16.16; W.W, 16.86.
. Three British Ship. Sunk.
London, Nov. I. Lloyd's announces that
the British stesmera Sheldrake, Sk.rrle. and
Hunnyslds, have been aunk. , .
Hacking Night Cough Relieved.
Dr. Bell's Pln.-Tar-Honey tak.n a little
at a time will stop your cough, soothes Irri
tation. Only 26e. All druggists. A4v.
IS. ,00 Itt 34 SO
1,500 4H I3H l
11.200 tti ISU IIU
1.300 llt Ilii llti
31,700 14 ll; l!U
1,300 IIU 41 451
1,100 Slli lit, 31
100 lljii 111 111
100 110U 111 HI
11,600 ibH : ll
too lost, ioh ioch
1.300 11G nil us
11.100 ;'! tit! 7
SOME OF STUDENTS
SHOULD BEOS FARMS
Professor Says They Try to Get
Some of Them to Return to V
Till the SoU.
TALK OF RURAL SCHOOLS
"Too many students come to the
universities without any definite pur
pose. They come because it's the thing
to do to go to college and they pais
the time as best they can studying
sometimes, when there's nothing else
to do. We have 5,000 students at the
state university and I often wonder ,..
why some of them come."
Dr. James E. La Rossignol of the
school of commerce of the state uni
versity philosophized thus in the
course of an address Thursday morn
ing in the commerce section of the
State Teachers' association conven
tion. ' "'
"We try to get some of them to (O
back to the firm," he continued in
humorous vein, "but they don't want
to do that. We'd like to see each of
them take a ten-acre plot of ground
and find happiness. But they won't.
iney want to get a degree, wnat a
degree is good for nobody knowi, but
they want one anyway.
To Qo Into Business.
"The school of commerce wi es
tablished at the university in response
to a demand from the students, not a
spoken demand, but a demand never-
theless. There they were, plenty of
them that intended to go into busi
ness, but who wanted a degree first,
and they were not making good use ,
of their time. Some of them were
taking the fine arts course, which was
no good to a man going into business
unless he had plenty of time to waste
just getting 'culture,' whatever that is.
"The fine arts course was originally
designed as a training for theologians, "
giving them Latin and Greek and
Hebrew.? In England they give it to
'gentlemen and gentlemen in Eng
land are men who live without work
ing. "Some men at the university take
law or engineering as a course
though they expect to go into busi
ness when they get through college.
"The school of commerce provides
a useful course for auch students. The
'longest way round' is not 'the short
est way home' in education.
"We are already having great at- -mand
for our graduates and the stu
dents are taking to the course so
readily that we are thinking of mak
ing it harder to keep them out. The .
demand for graduates is for such work '
as secretaries of commercial clubs ,
and municipal managers."
Story Teller' League.
In the story tellers' league at the
Castle hotel the science of telling
stories to children was discussed be
fore an audience that crowded the ball
room. Story telling, which used to be
a natural and spontaneous art among
primitive people, has now become a
science that must be taught and that
has its rules. ..-, "
"In telling stories to children" iaid
Claire McPhee of Lincoln, "you must .
be dramatic. That doem't mean nec
essarily that you must gesticulate and
expressionize. But you must feel the
-story and have in your voice the quali-
ties expressive ot the story you art -.
Katherine Gamble of Tecumseh
spoke on "Dialect Stories In Chil
dren's Literature," Georgiana Davis of
Omaha told of story songs and Pearl
S. Kelly of Peru discussed story tell
ing in primary grades. , , 3
In the agricultural section Mrs.
Vera B. Taft of Aurora spoke on "Ag
riculture in the Rural School." Mrs.
Julia Walker of Indianapolis told of
what the study of agriculture has done
"The corn yield in Indiana has been
greatly increased and the cost of pro
ditcing a bushel has been reduced from
S2 cents to 22 cents," she said. "And
we have more and finer hogs and cat
tle than ever before. This waa done '
principally through inspirational and
educational work among the boys and
"When a boy gets properly educat
ed he goes to his father and says, 'Pa,
that's a bunch of scrub cattle we've
got. Let's get rid of them and start
reeding cattle that's worth while.
And our land is sour. Let s fertilize
it scientifically and see what we'll
raise then.' "
John Boehr of Hastings told what '
has been done by the garden club
market and Lew T. Skinner spoke on
Boys and Girls Clubs in Nebraska.
Autos Crash and
One Man is Injured
Bumping into another auto, almost
tearing a piazza away from a house,
smashing their machine pretty well
and scaring countless pedestrians
were the achievements of Ralph
Brown, C. P. Carlson and Jerry Fitz,
who were in charge of the Carey
Cleaning company s auto when it
smashed into another car at Twenty-
second and Evans streets. Brown was
badly hurt aud attended by Dr.
rruner. - ' - :
The Carey company's car was south
bound. Another machine, bearing the
initials "J. A. P.," was coming from
the west. The two met and Brown,
who was at the wheel, swerved
sharply. ; The Carey car with the
three boys catapulted up a bank and
rammed into the house at 2202 Evans
street, prying loose a part of the ver
The unidentified car was able to
proceed under its own power, but the
Carey machine was disabled by the
Ninety Days in Jail
For Holding Up Man
George Moore, 712 North Sixteenth
street, arrested on suspicion of being
one of the three men who held up and .i
robbed William Miller of his watch .'
and $90, was discharged when arraign
ed in police court. He was not posi
tively identified. . "
W. L. Hogan, Des Moines, accused
of robbing A. Bushner, 518 North Sev
enteenth street, of his watch and $70
wai sentenced to ninety days in jatL .
Melvin Reed, colored, caujjht in the .
act of stealing D. H. Hardm'a auto,
was bound over to the district court 1
with bonds fixed at $750.
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