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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1916.
FOR RENT HOUSES
IIS S-ROOM cottMe, mod. ex. beat. 280S
30 6-room hunffalow. strictly modern,
new, 242s Laurel Ave.
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
tiToftTTiMS.. ltm mod. ex hC
25.00 Swell ounsalow, 3811 Brown St.
92.(08 rmo., oak flolahed, strictly up-to-date,
8111 Maple St.
40.00 6 rm., Bemla park nelahoornooa.
We have a larse list.
EDWARD r. WILLIAMS CO., D.
COTTAGE, 3 large rooms, toilet and s0,
3010 Charlea. 10; city water.
Home, 2 roome with basement for waan
room, etc. 6. 46th and California.
Deiter I Thomas, 412 Bee Bid. Phone
at office and residence evenuie-
12.50 til N. ltn 1.. e-r. .
242 SO 2114 Chicago St.. 11-r., all mod.
Good for roosting house.
H. A. WOLF,
tl4 Ware BI- Douglaj J0S.
HOITES FOR RENT.
CREIQH, SONS CO..
101 BBS BLDO. DOUQ. '
FOR RENT Ap'U and Flata
ARE YOU 1'OUR OWN JANITOR?
There's no need to be. Rent a cosy flat
In the Carlylo, 25 South 18th St. 4
rooms and tile bath, on first floor, the
most desirable of all. Here you have no
car fare. Ready January 1st. , I3.&0
summer; $42.60 winter.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
filfi Omaha Nat'l Bldp, Phone Doug. 101B.
67 8. S4TH ST., 6 ' rooms, mod., brick ter
race, building nw ana compi,
heat, $37.60. Summer rate, 132.50. Very
good. Vacant Doc, 16th. See now.
I. V. SHOLES CO.,
i& fMfr Nat. Bk. Bldtc. Doug. 49.
4-room Hat ll-00
W. 6. FRANK,
Dong. 800. 201 NeWllejlocjt
VERT choice 6-room iteam heated apart
ment on West Farnaro St.
JOHN W. ROB BINS, 1802 FARNAM 8T.
' Three-room apartment, tith and Har
ney. Harney ..
JUAj modern 4-room Apt Steam heat 663
S. Zeth. Harney ihl
VERT beautiful 6-iVora apartment, wlU
sublease. Call and look this over. Suite 8.
Tr) N Herman ADts.. 2601 Sherman Ave.
2203 N. ilST ST. 4 nice rooms, private
bath, only $13; alao 3 nice large rooms.
warm tor winter, .v
THREE, tour and five-room apt.
California, t-au iniM
J61S FRANKLIN 6 rooms, modern except
heat, rnoy uong. ,
WELL heated 3 and 4-room apartments;
i-oanonable. Webster isu.
8 OR 4 RM. Apt. Call Burdette.
V .orlmanl at 420 South
b ttUUHO) uiinivi u - - -
26th Ave.; private basement, beat and
janitor service, o.
a-.m.Tcmv a. trvwa sV
424 Omaha National Bank Btdg.
jlO.BO 3 large room Apt., part modern, 1916
Elm St., near 20th and Vmtoo.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and raor
lng. 211 N. 11th St. Phone
Globe Van and Storage Co,
For real moving service try ua. Large
3-horse padded vans. Storage, $2 month.
Satisfaction guaranteed. We move yon
QUICKER, CHEAPER AND SAFER.
Phone Tyler zav or uongiaa
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Careful attention riven to orders for
moving, packing or storage. Office at
Raymond Furniture Co.. 1513 and 1616
Howard St. Phone D. tit.
FIDELITY S2Ki&- FREE
llat of 'vacant houses and apart-
' ments. Also for storage, moving,
'a; 16th and Jackaon Sts.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving; packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO
802 8. 16 th St. Douglas 41 1$,
Maggard J&- mm-
Van and Btorare Co.. Moving Packlnr.
Storage and Shipping. Phone Dong. I486.
T. f PT?1?T Express and Moving.
U J. VI .HI
Packing and storage.
1307 Faro am St
FOR RENT BusinewPrVty
STORE FOR RENT.
116-17 North 24th St, store room, tlx
SO. basement and one large display win
dow. Good location for retail store or
BhP ARMSTRONG-WALSH CO.,
Tyler 1638. 833 Rose BlAg.
STORE room, 624-6 South 16th street, will
be for rent March 1st; 33x60, full base
ment, steam heat Can partition to make
two stores wlto frontage or is zee. eaco.
322 Bntndels Theater Big. Doug. 167L
STORE ROOM at 180. Farnam St, T.
Hall, 433 Ramge Btdg D 7408.
MODERN store, 16th St, near postotXioe:
low rent G r. Hysooina.
Offices and Desk Room.
DESIRABLE office rooms In the remodeled
Crounse block, lit N. 16th St (opposite
post off ice), $10 to $16 per tuontb. Conrad
Young, BZl pranoeia i pester, wui. inn.
CHOICE office space. Baird Bldg., 17th and
Douglas Mccagne inv. uo.
GOOD garage, reasonable, for dead storage.
Paved street, aisi ana ieavenworm. n-
LAROE, light basement 16th and Howard,
cheap. Wright & Lasbury. Doug. ltz.
6 DOWNTOWN store rooms.
Co., 803 S 13th. D. 1161.
Unfurnished Houses and Flats,
WANTED Listing on cottages or houses to
rent or sell on easy payments. Have cus
tomers waiting. Inquire 411 Karbaoh
Block. Douglas 3007.
WE want more houae-a and apartments to
runt. The fact that we have Dractlcally
cleaned out our big list is conclusive proof
of the efficiency oi our rental service.
you want to keep your places rented see
Payne & Slater Co., "Omaha's Rental
Men," 616 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
BEAUTIFUL NEW WEST CASS
Six large rooms and bath, stucco, com
plete in every detail; for the money you
can t beat it. iocaiea at dd jaos oi.
For price and further details see owner,
3562 Cass, or call
) OSBORNE REALTY CO.
701-2 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1474.
3618 LINCOLN liLVD 11-room house.
strictly nodern. with hot water beat
WEST FARNAM, stucco, 7-r., modern. Lot
value, 13,000; Boubb value, 34,000. All for.
fMOO 319 No. 38lh Ave. Doug. 2847.
iivf-iour ft'.'i-tly modern lungaIow.
hnth It Is finished In oak, up-to-huilt
In features and lighting tlx
i. full tmriement, large attic. Located
tli North iftb St. Price $$.160; easy
NORRIS & NORR1S,
lutf Bee Bldg.
Phone Doutrtas 4270.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Down and easy monthly payments buys
a fine new 6-room house with 'large at
tic, full cemented basement bath, water.
lectrto light guaranteed furnace, etc.
The location Is Ideal, facing one of Oma
ha's most beautiful parks and play
grounds. The neighborhood is new and
good. Owner desires to sell at these
terms before winter sets in. Phone Doug.
3628 days or Harney 3566 evening. (A
closed car for cold days.)
Beautiful Stucco Home
An 8 -room home in a good location, all
modern conveniences, only block' to
Kountze Park and public ptayground for
children. House only 6 years old and in
fine shape. Owner must sell. Ought to
have $3,600, but for quick sale will take
$2,760. Only $360 cash, balance 'monthly.
Call Tyler 60 and auk for Mr. Oleslng.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Hamoy Street.
$20 PER MONTH.
6-room modem cottage located at 1846
North 18th Ht, on comer lot, both streets
paved. Price, $1,600. Possession at once.
. HIATT COMPANY,
li Omaba KatU Bank Bids. Tyler 10.
6-room, strictly modem brick bunga
low, 1 block west of Kountse Park; en
tire house finished In oak and birch;
built-in fireplace, bookcase and buffet;
beam ceilings; large lot, south front, on
paved street paving paid; nice garage.
WlU sell on terms or discount for cash.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
117 Omaha National Bank Bldg. D. 1781.
FOB NEW BUNGALOW.
Strictly modern throughout, oak finish
and floors, bullt-ln bullet, tinted walls.
drop light fixtures, full basement, half
block to school and car line. Owner leav
ing city, must sell. This property cost
13.500. Will sell for 12.000: 11,300 cosh.
bal. $10.80 a mo. till paid. Phone me full
appointment. Auto service.
D. E. BUCK CO.,
OI! Omaha Nat'l Bank. Douglas 5221.
KOUNTZE PLACB, restricted district, resi
dence for sate. A. V. Knlest, 3610 N. nth.
A beautiful J -story home, newly built,
6 rooms and sleeping porch, oak finish
and oak floors throughout, full cemented
basement Rogers furnace. Located on
corner lot east front paved street, one
block to Field club, 2 blocks to car, 8
blocks to school. Price $4,600. Balance
easy monthly payments. Call Tyler 60
and ask tor Mr. Lowrey.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Street.
SEVEN-ROOM ALL MODERN HOUSE,
LOT 60x142, OOOD OARAOE. FINE
SHADE. OWNER LEAVING CITY.
WILL SELL A WAT BELOW ACTUAL
VALUE. ONLY $800 CASH, BALANCE
LIKE RENT. BEE IT TODAY. 281T 8.
2 .ID ST. PHONE SO. 2816.
Full block, IS lots, well set In fruit
mall house, good barn, water main In
streets, cement walks to all parts village,
electric lights, the making of a charming
ana prontaoie nome, ta&By terms.
GEORGE O. WALLACE, $14 Keellne Bldg,
$260 CASH, $28.60 PER MONTH,
will buy one of the nifltlest bungalows In
town, 6-r., and bath; strictly modem, oak
finish, with a number of special features
rooms all decorated; high grade lighting
ana ptumoing xuctures: run cement base
ment furnace; dandy east front lot; Ihk
blocks to car. Price only $3,100. Let us
show you thif bargain. Terms to suit.
RASP BROS., Douglas 166$.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMES
WORTH THE MONEY IN ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY. LIST YOUR PROPERTY
WITH US FOR RESULTS,
O'NEILL'S REAL ESTATE & INS. AGNCY.
pranaeia i neater mag. -ryier in.
In the ELEVEN Months of 1916
The Bee gained. . . .63,910 paid ads
MORE THAN DOUBLE
the COMBINED gain of the other
two Omaha papers
Lowest Rate. Beat Results. Best Service
NEW bungalow; also 6-t. and gardening
your term and price: Inv. with $400, rent
a houses cost la. too), iz. ova u. 1117.
FIVE rooms, new. oak finish, fully deco
rated, all modern, etc., $2,760; $200 cash,
balance nontbly Colfax 78J5
BUNGALOW BARGAINS 3 rooms
easy terms; also $400 Income Investment
(downtown), for iz,500. Estate property.
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINNB LUSA, $00 dif
ferent buyers decided that it was the best
proposition on the market, and they
DacKea tneir judgment oy buying iota.
IF YOU will come out today you Will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
US Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg Tyler 1(17.
Improved and unimproved, In on. to
ten-acre tracts, on or near Bellaru. ear
Una. Best of school facilities.
C. R. COMBS,
Phono Dong. 31. 80 Braodets Theater.
60-PT. LOT. 1101.
Pin lots to select from, II cash, 60o a
week. Box 8181. Bee.
KLAL ti i A I E Suburban
. BENSON SNAP, $3,150
8 rooms, strictly modern, cornor lot.
east front, high and sightly; S&00 cash,
balance easy terms.
P. J. TEBBENS,
605 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Phone D. 212.
START YOUR HOME IN BENSON t
BUY THIS LOT.
$10.00 down and $10.00 per month; price
$200.00: slie. 60x128: Jocated on Locust
St.. between Clark and Burn ham, not far
from school and car line Geo. a. Wright
Bee offictj. Omaha.
In Sunset Addition
Located at 4811 Dodge St. Beautiful
home of 6 rooms, only been built a few
years; oak finish and modern In every
detalL Dandy lot Price $4,700. Part
tevms. We want you to see this. Call
Tyler 60 and ask for Mr. Olening.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Street.
EXCELLENT BUILDING SITE
iMrae lot on Dodge St., near 43d: nei
residences on all sides. Will sell at bar
gain on reasonable terms or will build to
Call owner. Walnut 1660.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
NKTHAWAT hn 3, 4, 6. 30 and 136-acrt
impr. tracts for city property. Flo. 338.
Just beyond city limits, a fine 17-acre
farm, well improved, suitable for slock,
dairy, fruit and truck, or general farm
ing. GKORC1E O. WALLACE, 14 Keellne Bldg ,
REAL ESTATE Investment
. CLOSE-IN INCOME
We are offering to tne conservative In
vestor several choice brick Income prop
erties located where the ground Is ad
vancing every year, as we want money
to improve ground recently purchased.
These are A -No. 1 propositions and are
offering at cash values. See ua person
ally for Information.
T RAVER BROTHERS.
05 OMAHA NAT. BANK BLDG.
A. T. TUKKT & SON.
Phone Dour iOi. l07- w, O. W. Bids.
MAKE US AN OFFBR ON AN J800.M
EQUITY IN A FKOSl'Kt'TiVK Arr.
HOUSE SITE. 8-ROOM DOUBLE HOUSS
(RENTED), ON LOT. THIS MUST BK
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
92J-30 CITY NATL HANK BLDO.
Double brtrs St. Louis flat, within four
blocks of 16tb and Harney; close In: bar
Dong-las 1313. City National Bank.
Corner, close In, two houses, annua
rant $730. Prloa. IS.5M.
8. P. BOSTWICK SON.
80S Be. Bldg. Tyler 160s.
706 Keellne Bide. Dour 1111.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Landa, Etc.
HAVE two 160-acre farms and ons 80-acre
farm, eastern Nebraska, to traae ror oity
ARCHER REALTY CO..
filto Brandeln Bldr.
TRADE TRADES TRADES.
Farms. Cattle, Ranches. New Apart-
ments Fiats, etc. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
, 12-ROOM roomlns house for sate or eg'
change for equity In lots or house and lot.
or good oar; good location. Call Doug-
iss base alter e p m.
MUST SELL, or trade, leaving city, new -
room house; strictly modern; garage; small
payment down. 2615 Fort St.; 13,000.
Owner, I. Smith, Room 414 Caatle Hotel.
VE have for exchange farms, first mort
gages. Improved city property. What have
you? W. T. Smith Co., .14 City Nat. Bk.
WE have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or la. land. uawara r.
Williams Co.. Omaha Naff Bank Bldg.
Ranch s. )Clalist, sell or trade ranches for
city property. E. Franta, B7B Branqpn mag.
GOOD lot, desirable location, will take used
Ford as -part payment, we osier zs.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
Fine site on B. ft M. R. R., sixe 16x166,
can be bpughv cheap. C. A. Grimmel,
849 Omaha Nat. Bank. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 5 and 6 -roomed houses that
can be sold lor $100 cash, balance 910 per
month; give complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO..
1SJS0 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 106.
LIST your 5 and 6-room houses with us.
WB SELL. THciaL OBilUKnUf Kbaul X
CO.. Dour. 1474.
FOR SALE. See F. D. Weadi 111) B. 18 th St
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos, ind. notes as security.
140 6-mo. H. H. gas., total cost, sa.ou;
$40 " Indorsed notes, total cost, $2.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts., proportionate rate,
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
Organised by Omaha Business Men.
433 Rose Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty. 666.
Real Estate. Loans, Mortgages.
CITY AND FARM LOANS:
E. H. LOUGEE, INC,
638-40 Keellne Bldg; Douglas 9125.
HOME BUILDERS guarantee 7 per cent.
Surplus for the paat 6 months will go to
shares issued up to Jan. 1st, 1917. You
can order by mail, as many shares as you
like. Shares, $1.20 each.
HOME BUILDERS, Inc.,
17th and Douglas Sts. Omaha, Neb.
CITY and farm loans promptly made.
Kates, 6, 6 14 and 6 per cent. Reasonable
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
312 South 17th, Omaha, Neb.
6 PER CENT to 6 per cent on best class city
residences In amount lii.ooo upf also
farm loans. Reasonable ronimlnston.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 122 Farnam Ht.
SHOPEN & CO.. PRIVATE MONEY.
$3,000 mortgage bearing 6' per cent seml-
ann. ; secured hy property valued at $11,000.
Talmage-Loomis Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
f. T. GRAHAM,
OMAHA homes, East Nebrsiaka farms.
O'KBKFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Doug. 2716.
FARM and city Joans, 5-fi and 6 per cent.
W. H. T nomas, Keellne Hldg. Doug. 1648.
MONBY HARRISON & MORTON,
916 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
MONEY to lota on improved farmw and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort-
gagee. Kloke inv. Co.. Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
TIIOS. L. McGARRY,
KEELINE BLDG. TEL. RED 4344.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Weftd Bldg., 16tn and Farnam ats.
MONEY on hand for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm' loana, 6, hVt and 6 per cent
J. H. Dumont & Co,, lt Keenne mag.
Abstracts of Title.
T. Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.
XVcll an f, s. 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded hy Manx, Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED A B; TRACT CO., oldest abstract of
fice in NebraHka. . 206 Brandeia Theater.
THE OLD LINE
Bankers' Life of Lincoln
The Company of Big Settlements.
Liberal Contract to Agents.
Kilty, Ellis & Thompson, General Agents.
Doug. 2615. 913-14 City Nat'l Bk. Bldg,
GALTLAGHER & NELSON,
Represent prompt pay insurance com
panies. 644 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
HRFEREE'S SALB GREAT BARGAIN
The following Buffalo County lands for
Bain bv referee, December 20, 1916,
o'clock at the Court House, Kearney, Ne
braska: East "4 or nee. j. Town. ,
Kangft V!- First class pasture. Well
' fenced. Also the NE of Sec. 1-8-16,
fpnr-fld. all under cultivation. Good build
ings. AImo houee and 2 lots In the City
of Kearny. Inquire of N. P. M Donald,
Referee, or John N. Dryden, Attorney,
K'-arney. Neb. 1
16 ACRES Sarpy county land, all In al
falfa, for sale or lease.' For Information
cail Harney 4882.
CAN sell or exchange any land you have toA
rfer. C J. Canan, McCaguo Bldg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
' SSft acres choice land in red location.
Will give clear oVrd for two llrit crops.
T. H. CAMPBELL & SONS,
PROSPERITY IN CANADA Thousands of
farmers Id Western Canada have sold tneir
crops this year for more than tlu total
cost of their isnd. Land at !6 10
an acre has produced crops worth 94" to
7& an acre. Stork raining and dairying
are equally profitable hogs sd beff
highest In country's history, irrigation
districts produrtng more alfalfa end fod
der crops than ever before. net your
farm home from the Canadian Pacific
Railway. Last year 1 asked you to tnkt'
advantage of this opportunity you might
have paid for your farm wth the Xli
crop again t eitsnri the invitation. Good
land from $11 to $30 per acre; Irrigated
land from Sf; 10 years to pay; govern
ment guarantees land and water titles.
Pay In full at any time If desired. We
will lend you up to $-.000 in improvements
In certain districts, with no security other
than the land. Ready-made farms sold
on sped"! easy terms. Loan for live
stock after one year's occupation, subject
to certain reasonable conditions explained
on request. Low taxes; no taxes on im
provements. Free schools; full religious
liberty; good climate, and the best neigh
bors in the world. Other farmers becom
ing rich In Western Canada; you have
the same opportunity. Buy direct from
the Canadian Pacific Railway. Write for
free -book and full Information. J. S.
Dennis, asslsUnt to the President, Cana
dian Pacific Railway, 83 Ninth Avenue,
1'algary, Alberta. 'anuria.
FARMING IN" FLORIDA k)ur lands are
extremely fertile, Clay subsoil. Prac
tically twolve months growing season.
Abundant, well distributed rainfall. Good
for trucking and citrus culture. Close to
transportation, on branch of Dixie high
way settled and proaporuun community.
Chance for big pro tits to right men. Our
book. "Farming In Florida." tells all.
Write for free copy today, O. P. Hwope
Land Company, Ovledo, Seminole county.
PALM BEACH COUNTY We have the
rword cron truck, earden and citrus fruit
. land in the United States. Buy land on
easy terms from A. Parsons Son, 661
Brandets Bldg. Phone Doug. 7(L4.
Note A personally conducted excursion
to the Sunny South leaves Omaha Janu
ary 2d; already some of Omaha's leading
business men have Joined us. Make your
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 cash and $6
monthly"; no interest or taxes; highly pro
ductive land; clone to 3 big markets.
Write for photographs and full informa
tion. Munger, A-H, N. Y. Life Bldg..
Kansas City, Mo.
GREAT BARGAINS $6 down, $5 monthly
buys 40 acres, good fruit and poultry
land near town, southern Missouri. Price
only $200. Address Box 80S, Excelsior
FOR SALE 1,080 acres In solid block of red
and black loam land; about 100 acres
cleared! balance mixed hardwood timber
and grans; good buildings; Insured for
$2,600; fencing and other Improvements;
good spring water; two trout streams;
Bel I wood station and Northern Pacific
sidetrack on Jand; state road from Su
perior to Ashland just completed through
land; In the fruit belt; best land, location
and bargain in northern Wisconsin, Ad
dress M. J. Bell, care of Bell Lumber
Company, Minneapolis, Mlnn
UPPER WISCONSIN Beat dairy and gen
eral crop state in the union. Settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices or
easy terms; excellent lands for stock
raising. Ask for booklet S6 on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; state acres wanted.
If Interested In fruit lands, ask for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land Com
missioner Boo Railway, Minneapolis, Minn.
FARM LANDS FOR RENT
GARDEN AND FRUIT
On Dodge Road. $ miles from P. O.
18 acres best garden land, acre and half
asnararus. S acres graces and other fruit.
new 6-room house and good barn. Rent
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Phone D. 756. 902 City Nat Bank Bldg.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOR SALE- 1 team, 6 and 7 years; 1 team
chunky mares with foal; 1 set double har
ness; cheap If taken at once. Call 212 80.
ONE set of single harness, heavy; 1 set
of single hraness, light. 1404 a. 11th.
DouglHS 214. r
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
, $1.60 a hundred.
W. Wagner, 801 N.
USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
Phone D. 8203. 204T Farnam St.
1 1MB Overland Coupe.
1 Overland Touring.
2 1H16 Overland Touring. .
1 116 Ford.
1 lfllS Ford.
11 J 13 Oakland.
1 Cab Coupe.
These cant are In. first-class condition
and at prices of $126 and up.
Llat furnished to out-of-town purchasers.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Farnam St. Douglas 3310.
Cadillac "&" touring, sacrifice,
19l Saxon Roadster, $260.
1916 H learns Knight four, sacrifice.
1916 Maxwell tour., $325.
In the ELEVEN Months of 1914
The Bee gained .... 63,910 paid ads
MORE THAN DOUBLE
the COMBINED gain of the other
two Omaha papers
Lowest Rate, Beat Results. Best Service
aT.913 Hupp Touring "22" tou. car. .$150.00
1 l-cyl. Franklin roadeter 250.Q0
TELL ft BIN K LET,
2218 Harney H'- Doug. 1848.
FOR 8 ALE One model 1917 Overland
KnHdMer, almost new, $450, Inquire Mr.
Marmaduke at Overland Service Station.
20th and Harney.
D. 4442 Crosstown Garago 315 S, 24th. SL
Parts for Hup "20," Apperaon, Oldsmo
bile, I. H. C. trucks, etc. Careful re
pairing; pull-in service.
WE will trade you a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
20th and Harney. Douglas 62E1.
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Douglas 86$. 2216-18 Farnam St.
S.O.S. MOTOR CO. oK:
2406 Leavenworth. Used Cars.
THE Fontenelle Automobile Co. All kin if s
auto repair work at reasonable prices. OH,
gas and accessories. 216 S. 19th.
CORD tires for Fords, 30x3, 8 66; 30x3 H.
$11.66. Zwlebel Bros. D. 4871, 2512 Far
BERTSCHT "Kan-Flx-IL" Southeast corner
20th ami Harney Sts. Douglas 7228.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we cant repair.
Coils repaired. Baysdorfer, 210 N. 18th.
NEB, Auto Radiator Repair Service, and
prices right 218 B 19tb St. D 7890.
Automobiles for Hire.
FORD for rent. You may drive It. I charge
by mile. Doug. 122. Evenings. Tyler la is.
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PEACE RUMORS HIT
OMAHA GRAIN MEN
Kaiser Wilhelm Talks Like a
Hague Delegate and Wal
lops High Price Wheat.
CEREAL DROPS SIX CENTS
High-priced grain got a hard swat
in the face when wheat sold off 4 to
6 cents a bushel, with corn quoted at
2(?3 cents, and oats a cent lower than
the close of Monday.
The decline in grain prices came
riffht at the opening of the market
and was brought about by reports
that Germany was ready to sue for
peace and end the European war.
This report put an end to dealing on
the Omaha market and practically
all of the wheat was carried over.
However, sales made were around
One car of corn was sold, fetching
86 cents. This was the only offering,
holders feeling confident that an ad
vance would soon follow the decline.
Ilifri. was nnihiiiE doing in oats,
rye or barley. None of the cereals
was called for and none was offered.
The Omaha option market was as
Hull anil uninterestine as the cash.
The pit was deserted and but few
trades made. However, , the futures
dealt in were all off several cents
Wide Price Range.
The range of prices on the Chicago
market was the widest in several
weeks. Kor instance, Monday May
futures on wheat closed at $1.75, and
this morning opened at $1.74, running
down to ?1.6&'i and later reacting a
couple of cents a bushel. ,
Mnndav the lulv option closed at
$1.48 and Tuesdav morning opened
at $1.46fi; quickly running off to
$l.4Z'A per bushel, with a reaction of
J cents, most ot wnich was lost De-
fore the close ot the market.
It is the talk on the floor of the ex
change that instead of being losers
by the drop in prices on grain, Omaha
men are big winners. it is
said that those who bought and who
have been h Iding high-priced wheat.
scentimr t .e decline, have been sell
ing futures, thi- making more than
they have lost on the actual wheat in
storage. Then, there were another
lot of the dealers who for several
davs hive had been anticipating the
decline and had been selling quickly
after buying the actual stuff. In this
way they are asserted to have more
than come out even.
Movie Men Confer
With Women Over
A conference of morie men, in
eluding owners of forty-three picture
shows and "managers of seven film
exchanges, has been arranged for
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at
the Young Women's Christian asso
ciation by Mrs. W. S. Knight of the
Omaha Woman's club educational
committee, which is campaigning for
better films and special children's
programs. Superintendent Graff of
the public schools and members of
the Welfare boara win aiso atteno.
Children's programs will soon be
put on in all local movie houses, Mrs.
Mrs. t. H. Dumont. Mrs. Johnson,
Mrs. George B. Darr, Mrs. J. A.
Maxwell and Mrs. E. S. Jewell are
members of Mrs. Knight's commit
tee, which is supporting the move
Two Injured When
Auto Overturns in
Avoiding a Train
Miss Mariorie Warner, 3622 Haw
thorne avenue and Miss Gene Mackum,
3857 North Seventeenth street, sut-
fcred injuries which necessitated their
removal to the Lord Lister hsopital
early when an automobile driven by
James Craig, a chauffeur, turned tur
tle at 1 wentietn ana Ames avenue.
Four other occupants of the car, one
woman and three men whose names
arc unknown, were bruised and cut
but otherwise uninjured and were able
to go to their homes without aid.
.Craig overturned the car when he
turned sharply to avoid a collision
with an engine on the "Belt line."
All of the occupants were thrown out
and Miss Warner and Miss Mackum
were rendered unconscious. Dr. C.
B. Koltz Was called and he ordered
their removal to a hospital.
Trainload of Buicks is
Coming West On Flatcars
One hundred and fifty thousand
dollars worth of Buick automobiles
are moving toward Omaha, loaded on
fifty Rock Island flatcars. They left
the Buick factory at Flint, Mich., and
are due here any day. The machines
are consigned to the Omaha and Lin
coln agencies and have all been sold.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
H A RLE V-DA VI I WON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains In used machines. Victor Roes. "Too
Motorcycle Han," S70S Laavsnwortb.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Ma'rgaffltha Nasi t al. to Albrt 8.
Ritchie. Farnam itwet, 160 ft
ant of Thirty-seventh treat, aouth
Clara U. I. 1-Iampnon and husband to
Hugh II. Harpr, Thlrty-ililh ave
nue, 40 feet aoulh of Pratt street,
weal Bide, 40x1.14 1
JoMf Hnydl and wife to MateJ Karon
and wtfa, Monroe Htrent, U8 feet
went of Thtrty-alxth streat, aoath
Side, 100x126 t0
L. W. KrlKbaum and wife to Albert
A. KrlBbaum, northwest corner For
tieth and R streets, 37x126 1
Mary K. Miller to John Harvey, Jr.,
Korty-flfth street, 100 feet south ot
Maple street, west side, 60x142 1
Evelyn E. Kohler and husband to
Blanche Kalrman. Hickory street.
S3 feet east of Seventh street, north
side. 33x182 1
Jnppe Jnppeten and wife to tilna Cod
Ion. Bancroft street, 167 feet west
of Second street, south side, Irreg
ular, approximately 47x226 600
Johanna Stengleln to F. J. McHhane,
Twenty-fourth street, 100 feet south
of Bprattue street, west side, tOx
Blulnore Place company to Km ma By
ar, Imogen1 ntreet, Benson, 60 feat
north of Main street, east side, 60x
Kate A Lite et al. to Vaclav Jlraalc,
Twelfth street 168 feet south of
I street, wtat side. 40x110 1
HAS BONE TO PICK
Proposal ot Stook Yards to
Raise Price of Corn Arouses
Ire of the Delegates.
OPPOSED TO EMBARGO, TOO
The farmers' congress, which
opened its three-day convention in
Omaha this moaning at the Hotel
Castle, will probably hold a thorough
discussion of the proposed increase
the charge for corn led to hogs
shipped to the South bide stock
yards. The farmers are a unit in
opposition to tne proposal m mc
varH mmmnv to raise the price of
corn to $1.50 trom the present charge
of $1. The case is betore tne state
I. u. tiiinncil, secretary oi uic
Kraclfa Knrniprs' ronsress. ' recently
attended some conferences in Lincoln,
at which the cost of corn at the yards
and other matters before the State
commission were discussed. He
touched on the matter in nis annual
report to the congress this morning,
thouiih he am not go inio u m anj
It is understood that many of the
delegates here at the congress are
ready to give some experiences in the
matter of their dealing with the yard
company's corn prices in their ship
ments of hogs to the market.
Urges Embargo Fight. s
Kn-rrtarv Griimell also urged that
lake definite and vigor
ous steps against the proposed em
bargo on gram snipped oui oi im
United States. The Farmers con
gress, like the Farmers' Co-operative
Grain and Live Stock association,
which met a few weeks ago, believes
that if the farmer mustell on the
open market when that market is
low, then he must be accorded the,
same privilege to sell on the open
market when that market is high.
Secretary brinnell recommenuea
that the farmers make a close study
of the federal farm loan bank apt,
that they learn all the details of it
and avail themselves of its advan
tages as soon as the banks ar? estab
lished. He congratulated the Farmers
congress on the fact that a farm loan
act has finally been secured, after the
Farmers congress naa tougiu ior u
fir manv vnn. For vears the sub
ject of rural credita was one of the
principal topics discussed at the
Farmers' congress meetings and the
errrotsrv told the Jelcarates thev need
not be, modest about claiming at least
a part of the credit tor Having
brought about the passage of the act.
Appeal! (or Memben,
He urged a closer co-operation of
the various organizations of farmers
and also aoDealed tor a larger mem
bership of the congress, to be more
thoroughly representative of all the
farmers' organization! in the state.
Thf Farmers' congress is the big
farm organization to which delegates
are accredited from all oi the other
farm organizations in the state. It
is mmmonlv referred to as the clear
mo house for the solution of such
Droblems as come up before the vari
ous bodies and which tre common i
problems to all those engaged in ag
The secretary has also collected 1
lot of information on the car shortage
situation and was kept pretty busy
answering questions on the subject.
Frank Tannehill of Norfolk, vice
president of the congress, is presid
ing in the absence of George Coup
land. Mr. Coupland is in California,
where he has been tor some time on
account of ill health.
' Subject to Croup.
"Our little aiirl is snbiect to fre
quent attacks of croup," write! F. O.
Strong, Calpella, Cal. "I always give
her Chamberlain1! Cough Remedy, as
one or two aosc oi 11 cures ncr.
This it a favorite remedy for croup.
as it can be depended upon and is
pleasant and sate to take, it contains
no narcotic. Advertisement.
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Hanscom Park Boys H
To Have Feed On l
Boy Scout Leaders
Hoys of the Hanscom park district
will he treated to a dinner Thursday
evening at the Hanscom Park Metho
dist church by leaders of the boy scout
movement in Omaha.
An invitation to every boy living
in the Hanscom park neighborhood
who is between the ages of 12 and 18
years has been invited to attend the
dinner. It is expected over 100 boys
will accept and arrangements are be-.
ing made to accommodate that num
ber. The boys will he urged to take the
pledges of the Boy Scouts of America
and if a sufficient number assert their
willingness organization of a camp
will probably be consummated at the
time or, at least, as shortly afterward
E. M. Reynolds is the leader in the
movement. William E. Kavan and
Lew Sholes make up the committee
in charge of the dinner. Mr. Rey
nolds, C. H. English, W. F. Schilder,
Rev. E. D. Hull and others are ex
pected to address the boys and urge
them to take the pledges.
Indication Hd Hrvth Hoar tttomach.
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