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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1917.
FOR RENT Business PiVty
STORE FOR RENT.
1U17 North !4th St., at on room, SSi
f 0, bement and fine l&rr dtaplajr win
dow. Good location for retail itor or
Tylr int. 2X3 Rom Bldg.
Northwest corner 18th and Wirt, 1 store
buildings, just vacated, A-l corner, NEW,
160 for outside bldg. and $25 for other.
Call us for appointment.
HASTINGS A HKYDEN, 114 Harney. T. 80.
Offices and Desk Room.
INSURABLE office rooms In the remodeld
Crounse block, lit N 16th St. (opposite
postollloe). 110 to tit per eOonth. Conrad
Toung, S22 Brandels Theater Pong. 16T1.
CHOICE oiice space. Batrd Bldg., lTth and
Douglas. HcCague Inv. Co. '
Garages and Barns.
ONE-HALF" of Karage.
2758. Roger Holman.
49J3 Bart. Walnut
LARGE, light basement. 18th and Howard,
cheap. Wright ft Laaburr. Dong. 161.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Houses and Flats.
Ive' want more houses and apartments to
rent. The fact that we have practically
cleaned out our big list ia conclusive proof
of the efficiency of our rental system. If
yon want to keep your places rented see
Payne & Slater Co., "Omaha's Rental
Men." 818 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 101S.
WE GUARANTEE to advertise your rental
property If you list with us. Mr. Jacoboon,
Mgr. Rental Dept.
BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg. P.
Furnished Houses and Flats.
I WANT to rent a 4 -room furnished apart
ment Must be modern. Mr. Thackston,
WAMTKD Small furnished apartment
good neighborhood. Box T 76., Bee.
MOVING AND STORAGE
"GORDON VAN CO.
Packlnc. .tor., and mor
tal, ill N. 11th Bk Poos.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real moving service try us. Larga
(horse padded vans. Storage. 12 month.
Satisfaction guaranteed. We move yoa
QUICKER, CHEAPER AND SAFEBU
Phone Tyler 280 or Douglas UM.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Careful attention given to orders tot
moving, packing or storage. Office at
Raymond Furniture Co.. 1611 and 1611
Howard St. Phone P. SC14. -
Separate looked rooms for household
goods and planes, moving; packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO,
80S S. 16th St Douglas 41 81.
Phono Douglas 288 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
meats. Also for storage, moving.
Hth and Jackson Sts.
n.r.A Van and two men,
Maggara per hour.
Van and Stortge Co., Moving Packing.
Storage and Shipping. Phone Doug. 14K.
J- C. REED
1207 Farnam St.
Exoress and Moving.
Packing and storage
TWIN CITT EXPRESS CO., 1622 Cass St
Douglas 1717. Trtinks stored a specialty.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
$200 DOWN-$35 A MONTH.
6 -room, fuiciij ucm.- -
homo. Oak finish and oak floors in three-
rooms, oaiance nam pine.
on pavea street, mw uuuw
be bought for about what the house cost
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., "
537 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1781.
WEST FARNAM HOME.
RAnurtftil larite stucco house, exception
ally well built, has immense big living
room with fireplace, dining room, sun
parlor, butler's pantry, kitchen on first
floor, beam ceilings. Q. s. oak, four big
hod riMnu. larite heated sleeping porch,
beautiful tile bath, shower bath, on sec
ond floor: hot water heat Corner lot;
garage for two cars. Owner's business
rnmnals him to leave the city. Excellent
place. Let us show you this house,
D. V; SHOLES CO..
lis Cttv Natl. Bank Bldg. Doug. 49.
Wkst FARNAM. stucco, 7-r.. modern. Lot
value, 13,000; bouse value, 64,000, All for,
to.Ofy. 1 No. 58th Ave. Doug. 247.
' SOMETHING SPECIAL!
NEAR UNIVERSITY OF OMAHA,
Seven rooms and bath. Including living
uk A..nl. A. .nil hnnkiaaa. min
ting room with china cabinets and buffet,
hrMirfiutr room, lanra kitchen. Second
floor: Three fine bedrooms, bath, linen
cioseu oeauuiuiiy uuiou ... cin
Choice Bouth front lot, only block
to car. ror appointment can
nCRnWMR RRAT.TY CO..
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1474
MINNS LUSA Nice lot on Titus Ave., near
24tn Bl. can DO WU(U- rargain.
This lot must be sold. See me quick. C
A. Orimmel, 84 umana wat- nana mag,
fc-ROOM modem home for $2,500, on Flor
W. H. GATES.
fl47 Omaha National Bank Bldg. P. 3
KOUNTZB PLACE, restricted district, resi
dence for sale. A. V Knlest 3515 N. lltn.
Eight-room modern house, and a bar
gals at $8,360. Not a new house, but in
repair and well built. Large lot and
garage. Easy terms.
NORRIS & NORRIS,
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Douglas 4 no.
I, 6 AND 7 ROOMS.
Strictly modern and up-to-date ; oak
finished and oak floors; built-in features.
Ideal location; low prices; nitons us for
appointment; we wlli be glad to show
VU' SCOTT & HILa. CO.,
Doug. 1000. Ground fir, McCague Bldg.
Spent in this coxy 6-room bungalow will
be a very happy one. Just a small down
payment and easy monthly tnntallments
and you will soon own this strictly mod
ern east front home. It Is close to car,
npar school, has large lot an1 In the
bfst nctKbborhood In Omaha. Phone
imug. 3ti28 days or Colfax 292 evenings.
WE HAVE BUYERS POR HOMES
WORTH THE MONEY IN ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY. LIST YOUR PROPERTY
WITH US FOR RESULTS.
O NEILL'8 REAL WSTATEAINS. AGNCY,
Brandels Theater Bldg. Tyler 1034.
THB GREATEST GAIN 68,7$
In paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper. Is the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for lilB.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATB
RESIDENCE property for sale. A choice
residence property In Omaha, good loca
ii(1n. modern and nearly new; owner wish-
lng to leave town will sell right with good
CLAUSEN BROS.. Klron Ia.
hrw tmnsalow: altf '-I. and gardening
your terms and P' e; inv. with $400, rent.
; 1 bouses cost $2.600). l,QQ. P. IltT.
FIVE rooms, new, oak finish, fully deeo
, rated, all modern, etc.. $1,760; $200 oash,
balance monthly. Colfax 781ft.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
STORE property for sale Ixwatad in South
Omaha; good location: small store; new,
with grocery and butcher shop fixtures.
Will sell cheap with terms.
CLAUSKN BROS.. Klron. Ia.
REAL ESTATE Investments
Fronting south on Famam St.. between
20th and 24th Sts. This can be bought for
less money a front foot than any property
in this block. For foil particulars call on
GEORGE AND COMPANY,
Phone Doqg. 766. Wfl City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Close in. within 300 feet of this street
of rising values, we have four brick flats
that bring In 8100 a month- This is an
exceptionally good buy and 84,600 will
handle; balance straight loan.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 918-20 City National.
A. P. TUKET A SON.
HOME BUILDERS SHARES
participate In Surplus Pro Ota which have
increasea ii.ou to si.au per snare on
which 7 per ,cent dividends are paid
January 1st Order now and save the in
crease. AMERICAN SECURITY CO
$76,000. Income 12 per cent; one year old
very One location: mortgage iztsooo and
wilt accept $20,000 In trade: balance
cash or negotiable papers.
CALKINS ft CO.,
Donglas 1818. City Nafl Bank Bldg.
Corner, close In, two 'houses, annual
rant 7. Prtos. s.tss.
a P. BOSTW1CK SON,
S0 Bss BMU. Tyler 1M.
IN Keellne Bldg. Done. Itfg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
BARGAIN Leaving city, sell or trade,
nearly new 6-room house, strictly mod
era. hardwood floors, alt improvements In
lot 60x120: garage; $3,00. 00 cash, bal
ance time. Call owner, I. Smith, Room
60a, Castle Hotel.
HAVE two 160-acre farms and one 80-acre
farm, easeern Nebraska, to trad cor city
ARCHER REALTY CO,
680 Brandels Bid.
$3,200 equity In 8 -room, modern home near
Turner park and Famam St.; for vacant
lota, clear cottage or land.
' GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 8W2. 818-20 City National.
A 12-ROOM rooming house for sals or ex
change for equity in lots or bouse ana lot,
or good , car; good location. Call Doug
las D8io alter t
CITY property to exchange for a hog ranch
on Mo. river witmn it mi. oi umana.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
029-30 City National. Dong. 8862
WE have some good homes and rental prop-
rues for Neb. or la. l an a. icawara r.
Williams Co.. Omaha Naff Bank Bldg.
Farms. Cattle. Ranches. New Apart
ments. Flats, etc. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
Ranch s Mlallst, sell or trade ranches for
city property. B. Franta. 676 Brandels Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
: FULL ACRE LOTS
. Lot l,"1 Boulevard Addition, $676.
Lot 4, Boulevard Addition, $700.
r .. Lot 6, Boulevard Addition, 8700.
Only $6 cash $6 per month.
Readv to olant this spring.
These acres are. located at the aodth-
west corner of 38th Street and: Webster
' Avenue. They are high ami overlook the
new boulevard. One of them fronts on the
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone; Douglas 602.
020 New First Nat Bank Bldg.
SEVERAL CHOICE BUILDING
Located near West Fsrnam car line, $306
to $496. On grade, sewer, city, water, gas,
sidewalks. They are bargains and will be
sold on easy terms.
SHULER & CARY.
204 Keellne Bldg. Phone D. 6074.
THB GREATEST GAIN 68,7M
In paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper, is the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATB
AFTER looking at MINNE LUSA. 800 dif
ferent buyers decided that it was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come oat today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
742 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bid. Tyler 187.
SEE me for a special lot bargain near 16th
and Evans; paving and all improvements
in. P. T. Tebbens, 606 Omaha Nat Bk.
60-FT. LOT, 810$.
Fine lots to select from, $1
week Box 8181. Bee.
Is ins Cardinal Virtue In
-5 ( A I E Suburban
ACREAGE AND SMALL FARMS.
A fine list within ten mile radius of
16th and Farnam. Some special bargains.
GEORGE G. WALLACE, 614 Keellne Bldg.
START YOUR HUJdtt IN BENSON!
BUY THIS LOT.
$10.00 down and $10.00 per month; price
$SO0.00; else, 60x138; located on Locust
St, between Clark and Burnham, not far
from school and car line Geo. B. Wright.
Bee office, Omaha.
EXCELLENT BUILDING SITE
Large lot on Dodge SL, near 4Sd; new
reeldenoes on all sides. Will seU at bar
gain on reasonable terms or will build to
Call owner. Walnut 1640.
SEVERAL lots, building restriction.
600.00. Adjoining Happy Hollow mrcie.
$400.00 to $1,000.00.
W. L. 8ELBY SONS. Doug. 1610.
NETHAWAY has three -acreage tracts at
$260 per acre before Jan. 1. TeL Florence
We have a large number of small bouses
with $ to 4 rooms, ranging in price from
$600 to $1,200, on full sized lots, which
we can sell at your own terms.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4B26 S. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, I and 6-roomed houses that
can be sold for $100 casn, balance $16 per
month; give complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & COH
1S20 Farnam Tel. Doug. 1064.
HOME to us with your real bargains.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO. Doug. 480.
LIST your 6 and t-ruom houses with us.
WB SELL THEM. OS30RNB REALTY
CO., Doug. 1471
FOR SALE Bee F P Wead. 110 S. lith St
Persistence is the Cardinal Virtue
Real Estate. Loans. Mortgages.
Serving our investors for SO
years without a loss is our rec
ord In handling first mortgages on pro
ductive Nebraska farma Our loans run
in amounts from $600 to $26,000. We
collect all interest and principal tree ot
KLOKE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
84S Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
CITY and farm loans promptly made.
Rates, 6, $H. and $ per cent Reasonable
UNITED STATES TRUST CO,
il! South 17th, Omaha, Neb.
THB GREATEST OAJN 6I.7SS
In paid want-ad. ever mad. by I
OMAHA BEE (or 11.
BEST RUSULTS LOWEST RATB
BHOPEN CO., PRIVATH MONET.
16.000 MORTOAOB bearlna: per cent
aeml-enn.; ..cured by property valuea at
TVIni age-Loo mte Inv. Co.. W. O. W, Bids.
I PBR CBNT to pr cent on belt clee. city
reeldencai In amount .z.aoo up; UN
farm loan. Reaaonable oommlaalon.
PETERS TRUST CO.. Hit Farnam St.
I. T. OK AH AM.
FARM and city loana and per cent
'. H. Tttomae, Keellne Bids. pous. lew.
OMAHA hamea. East NebraaLi farma.
0'KI!;ii:lll RalAl. CiSTATK UU.,
1014 Omaha Nat'L Phone Don.. 171.
MONET HARRISON MORTON.
10 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bids
MONE3T to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
CITT and farm loans. Invest, rates.
E. fl, LP UP EE. Inv.. 688 Keellne Bldg.
RBAL ESTATB LOANS WANTED.
THOS. I. McGARRT,
K EE LINK BLDO. TKL. RED 4341.
REAL ESTATE loans, C per c
D. . BUCK ft CO.,
812 Omaha Nat. Bank.
MONEY on hand for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg. -
$160 to $10,000 made promptly. F D. Weed,
Wead Slug.. jEift and Karnam Bts.
Nat l Bank Bldg.
$42S ON short time notes, aluo a $450 second,
will discount lor casn. irtiiax wo.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6 and 8 per cent.
J. H. Dumont & Co.. 418 fteeiine uiag.
Stocks and Bonds.
ALSO A SHARE OP TrHB PROFITS. ...
We guarantee T per cent -dividend earn
ings on our- Preferred Stock, and have
never declared less than ft per 'ant.
vest your money with us end participate
in our pront snaring pian. .
WE DECLARED H PER CENT IN 11(16.
Tour money Invested with us Is simply
secured by all our Meal isstate, Mortgages,
Contracts and Apartment Houses. Only a
few shares left.
Write us for further particulars and for
our "Investment Book.
Authorised capital, $300,000.
HASTINGS ft HETDEN,
1614 Harney Street. Phone Tyler 60.
WB BUT ANfTSELL
Onahaman Iron Co.
Cuyuna-Sultan Iron Co."
American Manganese Mfg. Co:
N. W. States Portland Cement.
C. B. UPDIKE, INC.,
610 Andrus Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
FOR SALE 100 shares - American Tele
grapbone tor $260.00, 16,000 Uncle Sam
Oil for $100.00, 2 00 Afterthought Copper.
for $200.00. A. L. Delhel. Uttle Rock. Ark.
Wanted to negotiate with A banker or
capitalist who is in position to bacic up
and finance a well known up-to-date busi
ness. Graduated capital required to keep
in pace with the development ot estab
llshed business which will bear closest In
spectlon. Will 4. Ive guaranteed Interest on
the money advanced besides an Interest
In the net profits of the business without
taking up the active time of investor.
Dr. Isidore Daneky, Room 408 Paxton
block, Douglas 7117, Omaha,. Neo.
Abstracts of Title.
T'An. Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
C11 805 a. 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
: GALLAGHER & NLSON,
Renresent prompt pay Insurance com-
panles. 644 Brandels Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
Give your Want Ad a chance to
make good. Kun it m Ihe cee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
BEST BARGAINS in eastern Colorado
160-e. tracts, fine farm land, $H per acre.
$300 cash, 6 yearly payments on bal. Write
McKibben, Box 92, Ft. Morgan, Colo.
FARMING IN FLORIDA Our lands are
extremely fertile Clay subsoil. Prac
tically twelve months' growing season.
Abundant well distributed rainfall. Good
for trucking and citrus culture. Close to
transportation, on branch of Dixie high'
way settled and prosperous community.
Chance for big profits to right men. Our
book. "Farming in fionaa. tells ail.
Write for free copy today. O. P. Swope
Land company, uvteao, oenuoois county.
PALM BEACH COUNTY We have the
record crop truck, garden and citrus fruit
land In the United States. Buy land on
easy terms from A Parsons ft Son, 662
Brandels Blag. J'hone uouglas 7846.
Note A personally conducted excursion
to the Sunny South leaves Omaha Janu
ary 16; already some of Omaha's leading
business men have Joined us. Make your
RAISE ALFALFA IN FLORIDA (Natal
Hay) this winter. First cutting, to days;
$E0 to $60 annually on $60 land. $21
Paxton Blk. Walnut 2647 (evenings),
BARGAIN 4 20-ac re stock farm, 46 miles
from Minneapolis; about 120 acres under
cultivation, balance meadow and pasture
land; will cut several hundred tons good
Quality bay; fair set Mtuaings; gooa sou
an excellent farm for stock; $26 per acre;
one-half cash. Bobwat Bros. IMS Fly
mouth Bldg.. Minneapolis, Km
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 caeh and ,1
monthly; no lntereet or taxea; highly pro
ductlve land; ckoe to a big market.
Write for photograph, and full informa
tion. Monger, A-llt, N. T. Ufa Bldg.
Kanme City. Mo.
FOR SALE, or will trade for Omaha real,
dence property, well Improved .took and
grain farm of 1,0 acree. Owner, W. P.
Campbell, Qulro. Mo
HOME SBEKKRH! Free trip" to Oregon.
Write for particular, and booklet. Have
ome of the beat farma In the etate for
eale. $20 to $100 per acre. Miller &
Walter. Lock Box 8$. Corvallle, Ore.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
NEAR SOUTH OMAHA.
$40 acres: Best crop-growing land la
the state.- Corn making 76 bushels to
acre; 0 tons alfalfa raised on plaos
this year. This Is all valley land, all level
and tillable except a few acres around
buildings snd feed lots. Modern house,
good barn, large sheep barn, corncrib, bog
bouses and all necessary buildings for
cattle, hog and sheep feeding. Water
piped to sll buildings and feed lots. Fine
blue grass pasture. All heavy black loam
soil. Located near grade and high schools
and only one-half mile from lnterurban
car line. For price and tvrms inquire of
C. R Combs. 0 Brandels Theater Bids.,
Omaha. Neb. Phone Doug. $016.
140 ACRKf. Kimball county, wheat land, at
I1J.M par ac.; all tmabla; rooa loca
tion. Buy this If you want ft re.1 aup,
J. H. CAMPBKLL SON,
FOR SALE Brat larse body hlsh srad.
mediant priced land In Nebraaaa: very
lltll. money required. C. Bradty. Wol
DOUO. Co. tarme; 300 ac tlOO. 10 ac.
1176; to ac, 1150: 40 ac, I2t. w. i.
Bmlih Co.. 014 City Nat'l Bank Bids.
A, GRAINS; rent. Impa fine.
TO LAND ft TRUMBULL,
6707. 44$ Bee Bldg.
CAN ull or eichanse any land you ban t.
offer, c J. canao. Mccasue mam.
We are going to the Trinity River Val
ley. In East Texas, on Jan. It. Can sell
you good corn and alfalfa land at $2e
per acre. Your own terms.
Call or writs for book.
W. S FRANK,
201 Neville Blk.
EXTRAORDINARY VALUE IN USED CARS
Two 1916 Overland Roadsters; a tew
Overland tourings; Overland coupe; Cole
coupe; Fords; Buirks; Studrbakers, and
others. All thoroughly overhauled snd In
A-l order. Prices remarkably low. List
of bargains famished to out-of-town buy
ers on request. Iemonstratlons made.
Used Car Dept., 2047 Fsrnam St
Phone Douglas 3202.
THE GREATEST GAIN 68,721
In paid wsnt-ads ever msde by any
Omaha paper, Is the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1016.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
imti SAL.B SKVTCRAL m-.ttCTRlC' CARS,
LIGHT DELIVERY TTriQ. UUMBM
PAIR CONDITION. MOTORS AND BAT
TERIES IN GOOD SHAPE. WILL SELL
AT ANY REASONABLE FIGURE, AD
DRESS, THB FLEISHMANN COMPANY,
427 PLUM STREET. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
9AS Famam St. DoUElSS $$10,
1016 Maxwell, touring $326
1014 Oakland, touring ,.$JfiO
1016 Huff-Brooks, 6-cyHndor. .,$260
1914 Mitchell " $400
Cash rebate on your auto Insurance pol
icy If your car Is equipped with,
Phone Douglas 2217. 804 Brsndels Bldg,
S.O.S. MOTOR CO.
2406 Leavenworth and
Fireproof storage, $6 per month. Day sad
night service. Phone Tyler 717. .
1 7-pass. $ eyl. Franklin $260.00
1 $ oyl. Franklin, speedster $60.00
I single eyl. motorcycle t $6.00
$$18 Harney St
CROSS-TOWN GARAGE, $16 South 24th
St. D. 4442. Storage batteries changed
and repaired; carbon turning, weiaing,
etc Pull-in servios .
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES
C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO
Douglas r$. 1210-1$ Farnam St
CASH or payments. A four-cylinder, thirty
horsepower touring car ai idv, aio
CORD tires for Fords, 20x3, $S.6; 20x2
$11, .6. Zwiebel tfroa. u. ,, mis rer
WB will trade yoa a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO
20th snd Harney. Douglss SMI.
BERTSCHY "Kan-Ftx-It." Southeast eor
ner 20th and Harney Sts. Douglas 7291.
1916 FORD, 1-ton truck; will take another
Ford as part payment Colfax 267e.
USED magnetoes, magneto repairs, magneto
repair parts. Mauoi, nzs.B. istn.
1914 FORD touring, line shape, extra equip
ment, cheap. Colfax 4183.
GOOD spark plugs, three for $1; $$.60 doxen
Mattox. 1426 U. 16th,
2,000-LB. truck for sale; bargain for cash.
Call Colfax 3889. -
ONE 1.600-lb, Buick truck.
See Blhler, 111
BALL and roller bearings.
Mattox, 1424 S.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT cuto repairing, "service oar al
ways ready. Omaha Garage. 2010 Har
ney Bt Tyier m.
Auto Tire and Supplies.
AT H PRICE.
Below Is a partial list of our $ la I vul
20x2 ....$6.00 $4x4 ..,.$ I.$0
20x21.. . $.60 . $6x4.., 11.16
$2x4 .... $.26 $6x4.... 11.60
t IN 1 VULCANIZING CO
1616-2$ Davenport Douglss Mil
Auto Repairing and Painting.
il Oft reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer, 210 N. Uth.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service, and
prices right 218 b. loth Bt. u. 7319.
Motorcycles and Bicycle
HARLEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines. Victor Roos,
"The Motorcycle Man," 2702 Leavenworth.
is the Cardinal Virtus In
E. IL Tarry cure. pltM, flettile and
.(Mr Nctal dlMMM. without mrsieal
operation. , Cor. gnarmntMd and no raMey
paid until cored. Writ, for book on rec
ti 1 dlMeM. with tertlmonlaJa. DR. a. IL
TARRY tit Bm Bid... Omaha. Neb.
THB Salvation Array lndaetrlal home
Helta your old clothing, furniture, maga.
lno We collect We dletrlbute. Phono
Doug. 412ft and our wagon will call. Call
and Isepoct Mt new home. U10-1UJ-U1,
THB ORKATEBT OAIN .78
Omaha paper, la the record of THB
OMAHA BEB for U16.
BUBT RKBULTS LOWEST RATB
RUPTORA occeMfuUy treated without
eorglcal operation. Call or write Dr.
Prank H. Wray. 30 Bee Bldg.
STAATS INSTITUTE, 1606 Harney; mue
cular maaaage; bath, of all klnda. Ope.
from 9 a. m. to t p. m. Doug, 70,7.
OMAHA'S MEN'S SPECIALIST,
lit CROUNSB BLK. OPPOSITE P. O. eaat
MISS NASH. MAE BRUOHAN, Klentlfl,
rnr-n and batha. 10$ Karbach Bile
LUKLLA WEBSTER, maaaou.., Gil Palto.
Blk.. 10 a m. to , p. m. Red $iqo.
$20 Bee Bldg. Phone
MAGNETIC manage. 1414 Coming.
Manicuring and I
1621 Farnam. Km. IP.
Graduate maaMur. Appointment only D. $22$.
MISSES LILLY AND OOUI.D Bath, maa
aage. 1122 Farnam 81 Phen, Doug. 141,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
WIHIhiii II. Ford and wife to th lm-
manuel Deacon institute, Mere
dith avenw, 17 feet east of Thirty
sixth street, north side. x128 $2,700
Lottie Nelson snd hunband to Kllsa-
beth Thelle, northwest corner. Twenty-seventh
and Miami streets, 46x
Frank J. Dlshner to H. F. Pom. Em
met street, 110 feet eait of Twenty-fourth
street north side, 60x124.. 1
Wallace Martin to John C. Planck,
Crown Point avenue, 280 feet wat
of Twenty-fifth avenoe. north side, .
Nathan Bombers and wife to C. W.
Francis, Ames avenue, 1M feet west
or Thirtieth street north Side, 60s
Willis Crosby snd wife to James A.
Waller, Twenty-sixth street, 80 feet
south of Kraktne street, west side,
Thomas Burt snd wife to Harvwy J.
Grove, southeast corner Halcyon av
enue and- Evans street 60x126 .... 1
Hiram S. Manvllle and wife to Jalla
Cramer, Fontenflle boulevard. 200.X
feet south of Bedford avenue, Oxl37 !
Byron Heed company to Jorgen 0.
Jorgennen, Twenty-fourth street, KO
feet north of Castelar, east side, 40 x
Antonte Kunot snd husband to Ste
phen Horn to. Twenty-third street,
1114. $ feet north of U street, west
aide, 60x10 1.360
Alfred G. Ktllk snd wife to O. Ray
mond and wife. California street 10
feet west of Fifty-first street, south
side. 50x186 300
Fannie Chtpuhln and h unhand to May
ilutrhlnson. Twentieth street, bo reei
north of Paul street west side, I0x
Hannah M. Harmon and husband to
Joseph C. Weelh, southeast corner
Twenty-fourth street snd Orsnd
avenue, irregular,, approximately
Hastings A Heyden to Csrl Rehn,
Blnmy Htreet, 136 feet east of
ThLrtv-lhth atreot. north aide. 40x
Carl Rehn and wife to Augusta Eng-
Strom, Blnney strnet. 135 feel east
at Thlrtv-ihth street, north side.
Daniel T. Shea to A. L. Johnson, Br-
skine street. 160 feet east ot Forty-second
street, south side, fOx
ISO '- 1
Minnie Mataon Blackett and husband
Charles W. Martin, northwest
Twenty-eighth and rowier
avenoe, 62x100 , . . ,s '
Lata N. Jerome to Frank V. Nor-
vll ffortlA.h street 60 feet nortn or
Bmile street, west side, 60x120 1
Prlscilla C. Hell to Carl Johnson, Cali
fornia street 1 feet east ot Twen-tv-third
street sooth side, ITxM.,
Erall Carlson and wife to Gustavo
Junge, Clinton avenue, Heneon, iw
t annth at AUtmtt. east side. 60s
Johanna Bailey and hushud to Nels
Peter Netoon, seveDteenin sr n.
fMt nutb of Fort street, west side,
fiW12J! ' 10
Bo Hand L. LaBorde and wire tto Anna '
K. Honer et sL, Ontario street, nv
feet southeast of Twentieth street,
nnrth airin. trrrula.r. aoDroxlmately
Th. annual mMtinr of th. atoekholdm of
to. BUU Baring. uomn jumiiuon will
b. hold in th. offlo. of th. ...Dotation U
1023 Harney itrMt. Poll, will b. .pan. from
0 a. m. untU 5 p. in. for th. election of .two
director, in plan of S. C. Hodder and BUB'
uel Beea, whose term, expire.
SAMUEL REES, President.
IRVING 0. B ARIGHT. Secretary.
S41 DSO DT.
tu. .nnnil mmitin of the stockholders of
The Bee Building Company will be held et
the office of that company at Omaha at 4
o'clock P. M. on Tuesday, January IS, 1911,
for the purpose oi eieouna aimwn w mi
ensuing year and the transaction of such
other business sa may properly corns before
the meeting. )
K oraer OI me rrreiuoin..
N. P. FfiUL, Secretary,
rv,. .nntMl meettn of the stockholder
th Haatlnsa and Northwestern Railroad
company for the election of seven director!
and the transaction ef such other business
as may corns before the meeting will be
held at tne ottice oi si. ju. -jaivin, -
Dodge street, Omaha, Nebraska, on Mondsy,
the 1st dsy of January. A. D. 1017, at 11
o'clock a! m. T. M. ORR,
Dewey Denies All
Charges in Suit
Of Charles Kelpin
County Clerk Frank Dewey has
filed a special appearance with the
clerk of the county court, answering
the election contest suit instituted oy
Charles Kelpin, defeated candidate
for the office, and denvinsr every ane
gation made in the latter's petition df
The formality of a hearing will
probably be followed by a counting
ot votes cast in tne iiovcroocr cicv
tion. The county clerk 'defeated Mr.
Kelnin bv a maiorhv of 2.289 votes.
The unsuccessful candidate started
contest proceedings several weeks
Clyde Sundblad, clerk of the county
court, heaved a Dig sign not oi re
lief when it became practically
certainty that the suit will come
to a complete recount of the votes.
Mr. Sundblad has recounted the votes
in twenty-five contest suits. He said
that out of the entire twenty-five not
a single one of the parties bringing
the suits was successful.
The closest contest in the history
of Mr. Sundblad s connection with
the countv court was that of C,
Lobeck against Henry McDonald in
1902. Mr. McDonald deteatea Mr.
Lobeck bv one vote. When the bal
lots were recounted it was found that
Mr. McDonald had a majority of
Wide Ranae of December
Temperatures in Omaha
Spring zephyrs with balmy atmos
nherc .iave vied with real wintry
weather at wooing Omaha during the
month of December. The mercury
ranced a 1 the wav from 64 degrees
above 'ero on December to 14 de
grees below on December . Ine
greatest daily range was on Decem
ber 19, when the thermometer regis
tered a variance of thirty-five de
grees, and the least range was on the
very next day, when the variance in
temperature was only six decrees.
Precipitation for the month was
.26 below the average, there being
only .65 precipitation. The snowfall,
howeNrer, was S.8 inches..
Three Former Omaha Men
Are Given Good Promotions
Promotions have come to three of
the Burlington office employes who
were in the company auditing depart
ment when it was maintained here,
prior to being transferred to Chicago.
J. D. Shields, auditor of expendi
tures, has been appointed auditor of
freight accounts, vice J. W. Newell,
who has resigned and accepted a bet
ter position with the Lehigh Valley
roatf H. W. Johnston, who was an
assistant in the office of Mr. Shields,
has been promoted to head of the de
partment. Breathing Become. Eaator.
After a few dowe of Dr. BeU'. Plne-
Tar-Honcy Inflammation 1. .Treated, you
cough lees and breath easier. Only 25c.
All drugglaM . Advertlnemont.
HIGH IS AGAINST
Anti-Saloon League Superin
tendent Says it Would Not
Be Fair to Some Voters.
FOR LIMITED SHIPMENTS
I am not in favor of bone-dry
liquor legislation," announced Rev. r.
High, superintendent of the Ne
braska Anti-Saloon league, during a
discussion over the prospective pro
hibitory law, which soon will engage
the attention of the legislative solons
"While 1 personally favor bone-dry
prohibition, yet it would not be fair
to many who voted for the prohibi
tory amendment to enact sonu of the
features as proposed," added the anti
saloon man. .
He contends that it would be fair
to all concerned to permit limited
shipments of liquors for private use,
but he would not venture an off-hand
opinion as to what quantity should
be regarded as reasonable for home
consumption during any stated period.
Young Man Killed
In Auto Accident,
. Girls Badly Hurt
Auburn, Neb., Jan. 3. (Special.)
Larry Kerns, son of Mr. and Mrs,
J. W. Kerns, prominent Auburn fam
ily, died yesterday afternoon, the re
sult of an automobile accident just
west of town at an early hour in the
morning. Mr. Kerns, Warren Chu
man and Misses Mae Jobe and Mabel
Mann were returning from a dance
at lohnson and iust as they were as
cending the cemetery hill the car
skidded and plunged down an em
bankment, throwing the occupants
out. Mr. Kerns suffered a concus
sion of the brain and died without
Miss Mann has also Deen uncon
scious exceDt for a few moments,
and it is feared that her injuries may
prove fatal. Miss Jobe suffered a
broken arm and bally sprained Dacie,
besides minor bruises. Chuman was
not injured ' and went to a nearby
home for assistance. One of the
women was thrown so far from the
car it was some time before the res'
cuinsr oartv could find her.
The deceased leaves, nesiaes nis
narents. four sisters and five broth
ers. He was an employe of the
Kerns Lumber company and had
hasts of friends in eastern Nebraska,,
Jumps Through Window
To Keep from Being Robbed
Two-etorv head-on dives into con
crete sidewalks hold no terror for
C. F. Clark of Little Sioux. Ia., ei
pecially if his bank roll is in jeop-
Tuesday Clark met P. L. Hadley,
who took him to his room on the
second floor of a hotel at Twelfth
and Douglas. There Clark overheard
Had ev remark that he intended to
rob him. Clark made a bee-line for
a window, crashed through and his
leg was fractured when he hit the
sidewalk below. But he saved his
roll of 50.
Clark was attended by fonce sur
geons Shook and Myers and sent to
bt. Joseph s hospital.
Hadley was arrested.
New Police Judge to Be
On the Job on Thursday
At a prolonged session of court
Wednesday morning Police Judge
Foster disposed of practically all
cases on the docket and prepared to
turn the affairs of the office over to
Police Judge-Elect "Jimmy fritzger
aid, who will take up his new duties
Judge Fitzgerald occupied a chair
beside Judge Foster throughout the
session and made himself familiar
with the affairs of the office. Judge
Fitzgerald and Judge Madden will
nreside alternately at the central sta
tion court and South Side court for
Sunlight Thieves Get
Loot from Omaha Homes
Daylight burglars within the last
two days have broken into two
Omaha homes and made away with
articles of value.
William Wilson, 1721 Willis ave
nue, complains that men broke a
front window in his home and took
cut glass, jewelry and clothes to the
value of $150.
F. A. Johnson, 3230 North Twenty
third, reports that burglars broke in
the back door of his home and stole
clothes, silverware and $5 in cash.
Persistence is the cardinal vir
tue in advertising; no matter
how good advertising maybe
in other respects, it must be
run frequently and constant
ly to be really successful.
John C. Morron .
Of Maxwell Board :
' New York, Jan. 2. The retirement ,
of Eugene Meyer, jr, from its 'di
rectorate has given the Maxwell
Motor company the opportunity of
having John C. Morron, one of the
really strong constructive lactors m
latter Hav husiness on its board. The 1
Atlas Portland Cement company has
Mr. Morron as its president He is .
also director of the Guarantee Trust
company of New York, the Inter
continental Rubber company, the Na- ;
tional Bank of the Republic of Chi
cago, the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, ,
the Chicago Oreat Western ranroaa
and' a trustee of the American Surety s
company of New York. Mr. Morron
is widely recognized Dy tnose wno
know as a man of broad vision and
quick action and has a substantial
reputation tor great constructive
work. The Maxwell Motor company
will now have at its command the ,
great abilities of Mr, John C. Morron.
Uncle Sam Wants Citizens
Ready for Battle at Sea
Wanted 10,000 civilians to qualify
and enroll in the naval volunteer re; ;
serve, '". v
This is one of Uncle Sam's new
preparedness moves and in order to
see that Nebraska rcts tne opportu
nity of sending its full quota of men
Leonard W. Trestcr of Lincoln has
been appointed by the Navy depart
ment as chairman of the Nebraska en-
rollment district. ' .?
Civilians who take up the training
aVe required to pay their own ex
penses (about $30.) ;' However, just
as soon as tne civilians quauiy as
naval reservists they get a small re
tainer and their expenses are there-.
after paid by the government "'
Civilians who apply tor tranrmg
are under no obligation to enroll in
the naval reserve upon completing
The Navy department is to es
tablish training camps at Newport,
San Francisco, Chicago and Norfolk,
where civilians will be drilled for one
month in the same manlier as regn- i
i ........ t
lar rcbiuuo iui 111 navy
Nebraskans desiring to take the
training can get further information
regarding the cruises, expenses, etc,
from Leonard W. Trester, chairman
of the Nebraska enrollment district,
Freight Business In and
Out of Omaha is Enormous
With railroad freight trainmen
there has never been a greater de
mand for their services than now. All
of the roads operating out of Omaha
are being offered all the freight they
can handle, and as a resolt the roads
are running numerous extra trains.
The demand tor treigtit trainmen
is so heavy that more than half of
them, of their own option, are work
ing sixteen hours daily, whereas they
are required to put in but ten hours.
In many instances brakemen who
have been working only a few months
have been given trains and switchmen
have been taken out of the yards and
put onto irains. The switch yards
are filled with new men. .
Gasoline and Kerosene
, And Crude Oil Up Again
Gasoline and kerosene have soared
again. Gasoline rose 1 cent a gal
lon, making its present price 20 cents
for low-grade and 23 cents for high
test .gasoline. Kerosene is now sell
ing at 7yi cents. ' .
And crude oil has advanced an-,
other 10 cents a barrel, making a 60
cent advance in that commodity since
November 15. The new boost means
that gasoline and kerosene will have
another raise in price within a -week
or ten days. v..-v..
Wife of Methodist Bishop
Is to Speak to Women
Mrs. Homer Stuntz, wife of
Bishop Stuntz, will speak Thursday
morning at 10:30 to the Women's
Foreign Missionary society of Trin
ity Methodist" church. The meeting
will be at the home of Mrs. Jo
seph Kellcy, 2108 Binney street Mrs.
Stuntz spent years in India and it is
said she has a message of strong in
terest for the women of Omaha.
Prof. Canby of Yale Guest
Of the University Club
Prof. Henry Seidel Carrby, assist
ant professor of English at Yale uni
versity and the author of several
standard books on the technic of the
language, will be the guest of the
University club Thursday noon.
Prof. Canby is here as the guest of
the Yale Alumni association.
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