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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1917
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Houses and Flats.
WB CIUARANTKK to advertise your rental
property if you Mat wtth ua. Mr. Jacobeon.
MIT. Itental Dept.
BIG 4 REALTY CO..
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldr. O. 3436
Offices and Desk Room.
IhBSK room, pbone, 17.60. 626 Paxton Blk.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
ing, lit N. utb 8U Pbone
431obe Van and Storage Co,
For real movinc wrvie try ds. Lars
, l-horw padded vans. Storaxe, 2 month.
AfttUf action grarantHtfl. We move yoil
QUICKER, CHEAPER AND SAFER.
Phone Tyler 2S0 or DodkLu 4338.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Cterefnl attention rtvan to orders for
mo Tin, packing or atoraxe. Office at
Raymond Furniture Co., 1613 and 111
Howard St Phone D. 6634.
Separate locked rooms for bouse bold
toods and pianos, moving, packta and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO,
103 8. 16th St. Jouglas 41 3.
FIDELITY SSSJSgl- FREE
Pbone DookIsji 388 for complete
list of vacant houses snd apart
ments. Also for storage, moving,
Jth and Jsckson Sts.
Maggard Si -J Z"-
Van and Storage Co., Moving' Packing.
Storage and Shipping. Phone Dong. 1499.
fixpreaa and Movlni
Packing and storaga
1307 Farnam SL Pouglas 346.
TWIN CITT KXPRESS CO., 1622 15asa "St
Douglas 1717. Trunks stored a specialty.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
A OENTIaK MAN'S HOME.
On 32d St.. overlooking Hanscom park;
h fine, stately, spacious residence In the
center of a beautifully terraced plot, 150x
175 feet. Contains 12 large, airy, sunny
rooms, with innumerable closets, butler s.
steward's and maid's pantries; billiard
parlor and veranda In cupola facing the
park; full basement, partitioned for en
gtneer, laundry, lumber room, wine and
fruit cellars; steam heat, gas, electrictty
and 7 fireplaces; bathrooms on each floor
and 3 toilets. Price, $12,000; any reason
able payment down accepted, balance
mortgage at 6 per cent For sale only
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4926 S. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
WEST FARNAM HOME.
Beautiful large stucco house, exception
ally well built, has imr.ienae big living
room with fireplace, dining room, sun
parlor, butler's pantry, kitchen on first
floor, beam ceilings, q. s. oak, four big
oea rooms, large heated sleeping porch,
beautiful tile bath, shower bath, on sec
ond floor: hot water heat. Corner lot.
garage for two cars. Owner's business
compels him to leave the city. Excellent
place. Let us show you this house.
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
115 City Natl. Bank Bldg. Dong. 49.
$250 Cash, $28.50 Per Month
Will buy one of the niftiest bungalows In
town; 6-r. and bath; strictly modern; oak
finish, with a number of sperial features;
high grade lighting and plumbing fixtures;
full cement basement ; furnace ; dandy
east front lot; 1V4 blocks to ear. Pries
only 13,150. Let us show you this bargain..
RASP BROS. Tyler 721.
WEST FARNAM, stucco, 7-r modern.. Lot
value, $3,000; house value, 14,000, All for,
$6,000. 319 No. 88th Ave. Doug. 147.
Bight-room modern bouse, and a bar
gain at $3,360. Not a new bouse, bat In
repair and well built Largs lot and
garage. Sasy terms.
"NORRIS fit NORRIS, ,
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Douglas 4370.
FOR RENT New 6-roora modern bungalow,
2106 Evans St, $30. Resident leaving
city. Will sell new furniture reasonable.
Douglas 1633 or Webster 4036.
MINNE LUSA Nice lot on Titus Ave., near
24th St, can be bought at a bargain.
This lot must be sold. See me quick. C
A, Orlmmel. 849 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
6-ROOM modern home for $2,600, on Flor
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha National Bank Bldg. P. 1394.
KOUNTZE PLACE, restricted district reel
4jence (or sal. A. V. Knlest U1S N. 18th.
i, I AND 7 ROOMS.
Strictly modern and up-to-date ; oak
finished and oak floors: boUt-ta feature.
Ideal location; low prices; i 'horns us for
appointment; we will be glad to show
SCOTT & HILi- CO.,
Doug. 1009. Qround fir. MeCagn Bldg.
$100 DOWN, $20 A MONTH.
8 -room, strictly modern home. South
front on paved street Priced at $3,000.
. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
537 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
THE GREATEST GAIN 68,738
In paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper, is the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1816.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
RESIDENCE property for sale. A choice
residence property In Omaha, good loca
tion, modern and nearly new; owner wish
ing to leave town will sell right with good
CLA US EN B ROS., Kiron la.
NEW bungalow; also --i. and gardening;
yoar Utidi and p" s; lnv. with $400, rent
3 houses cost IH.-OO). $3,600. D. 3107.
FIVE rooms,' new, oak finish, folly deco
rated, all modern, etc.. $2,760; $200 cash,
balance nonthly Colfax 7836.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
Fronting south on Farnam St., between
30th and 24th Sts. This can be bought for
less money a front foot than any property
in this block. For full particulars call on
GEORGE AND COMPANY,
Phone Dong. 7S. 902 City Nat. Bk. Bid,,
Double brick slore building, on corner
lot st street transfer point. Price, $12,000.
Income now $1,140, will be $1,200 after
June, 1918. Leases have 3H years to run.
This Is a better buy than dwelling
houses, flats or apartments, as the stores
are leased for a term of years and the
U-nants take care of all Inside repairs.
Aak us for particular.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Doug. 90.
STORE property for sale. Located In South
Omaha; good location; small store; new.
with grocery and butcher shop fixture.
Will sell cheap with terms.
CLAUSEN BROS., Kiron. Ia,
REAL ESTATE Investments
Close to 34th street This Is a well con
structed, well arranged apartment In ex
cellent condition. Will net a substantial
Income on the purchase price.. There is
also additional ground to be improved. It
will be well worth your time to investigate
GEORGE AND COMPANY.
Phone D.75. 902 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
It E A L ESTATE Bargains.
U. IMHTKUBl.NS. 1610 Chicago St.
R?L ESTATE LnvestroenU
INVESTMENT LOOK AT THIS.
6Kxl40, Improved, with 8 modern cottage
In good repair; monthly rent $63; located
just off Lesvenworth St A bargain at
$6,600. $1,600 cash will handle this
SHULER & CARY,
Phone D. 6074. 204 Keellne Hid,
Twe-apartment building, 6 rooms each
and garage. Large comer lot. room for
additional Improvements; modern and In
good condition. Located In first class
rental district. Owner might consider
clear cottage as part payment.
GLOVER & SPAIN.
Douglas SMI. 91,10 City National.
A P. TUKBT SON.
176,000. Income 12 per cent: one year old
very line location: mortgage 126,000 and
will accept $20,000 In trade; halanoa
caab or negotiable papers.
Douglas 1313. City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Corner. cloM In. two bouses, uui
rent 1720. Price. 16,600.
8. P. BOCTWICK SON.
W0 Bee Bldg. Trier 16.8.
701 Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1172.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
FINE BLACK HILLS SO DAK.
BOO acres well -improved, fenced In 6
fields. 86 ACRES ALFALFA, 20 acres
more under the plow, 300 acres more good
black plow land, balance fine rolling pas
ture; 3 wells, good water, about 36 feet
deep, with rock walls. NO GUMBO OR
HARD PAN on ranch and no sand.
House 3 rooms, screened porch, cellar,
storage cave, milk house with cement
floor, horse barn, buggy shed, chicken
house, large board corral).' Owner's price
$10,000. CLEAR. Will sell on very easy
terms or might take some good lncomo.
S. S. & R E. MONTGOMERY,
806 Ora. Nat Bank, Omaha, Neb.
BARGAIN Leaving city, sell or trade,
nearly new 6-room house, strictly mod
ern, hardwood floors, all improvements in;
lot 60x120; garage; $2,900. $600 cash, bal
ance time. Call owner, I. Smith, Room
606, Castle Hotel.
Save two l6Q-cre farms and one SO-acrt
farm, eastern Nebraska, to trade for olty
ARCHER REAX.TT OCX.
180 Rrandels Rids
A 12-ROOM rooming house for sale or ex
change for equity In lots or bouse and lot,
or good car; good location. Call Doug
las 5885 after 6 p. m
WANTED House In Dundee for clear house
In Kountze Place. Will assume mortgage;
pay equity In cash. Give lot, block, de
tails and price. Address 9712, Bee.
PRESSED BRICK FLATFORSALE OR
Large modern pressed brick flat build
ing one block from car line, oak floors and
finish, full cement basements, good loca
tion and close in. You could not build
this building for less than $30,000. Own
er's price only $20,000; mortgage $7,000,
6 pet.; party also owns fine modern store
building and 6-room house they will put
in with this flat and wants a good farm
S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
805 Omaha National.
WE have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or la. land. Ed warn f
Williams Co.. Omaha Naff Bank Bldg,
TRADES TRADES TRADES.
Farms, Cattle, Ranches, New Apart
ments, Flats, etc. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
WANTilD-To .sell or exchange my equity
la Jot -261,. Westmoorland addition. Phone
Banch s iclaltst, sell or trade ranches for
city property. K. rranta. 671 Branoela Bldg.
CLEAR 640, Nebraska land, $8; for Omaha
home, clear. 636 Paxton Blk.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
THE GREATEST GAIN 68.733
In paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper, la the record of THE
OMAHA BKE for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
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 TOU will come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
742 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 187.
SEE me for a special iot bargain near 16th
and Evans; paving and all improvements
In. P. T. Tebbens, 60S Omaha Nat. Bk
TWO HOUSES TO BE MOVED.
1914-16 Douglas street for sale and to
be moved at once from the ground they
now occupy. ' Make us an offer. Some
one will get these at a bargain.
246-7-9 Oman Nat Bk. Bldg. Tyler 60.
69-Ff. LOT, S102.
Pine lot. to .elect from, II cash, toe .
week. Boz 1181. Bm.
Persistence 1. the Cardinal Virtue In
KtAl LSI ATE Suburban
ACREAGE AND SMALL FARMS.
A fine list within ten mile radius of
16th and Farnam. Some special bargains.
GEORGE O. WALLACE. (14 Keellne Bldg.
S acre.; fine east front on Knur park
road; lays nearly level; fine building
245 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Tyler M.
START TOUR HOME IN BENSON I
BUT THIS LOT.
$10.00 down and $10.00 per month; prtc
$200.00; else, ,0x128; located on Locust
SL, between Clark and Burnbam, not far
from school and car line Qeo. B. W right.
Bee office. Omaha.
EXCELLENT BUILDING SITE
Large lot on Dodge St, near 43d; new
residences on all aide. Will sell at bar
gain on roasonablo terms or will build to
Call owner. Walnut 1M9.
SEVERAL lots, building restriction. $V
600.00. Adjoining Happy HOUow Circle.
$400.00 to $1,000.00.
W. L 8ELBT SONS. Dong 1610.
$260 ACRE, acreage sold; 2 tracts left at
$300. Last chance. Call Netbaway, Flo.
We have a large number of small houses
with 3 to 4 rooms, ranging in price from
$600 to $1,200. on full tiled lots, which
we can sell at your own terms.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4926 8. 24th St Phone South 1247.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 6 and C-roomed bouses that
can be sold for $100 cash, balance $16 per
month; give compete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO..
1830 Farnam. Tel. Doug. toil.
HAVE customor who has $2,000 cat4f) to
invest in drug store in srasu town any
where In Nebraska.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
929-30 City National. Douglas 8862.
WILL exchange fine half section wheat
land, eastern Colo., clear or encumbrance
for Omaha property. Box 9742., Bee.
POME to us with your real bargain.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS ' CO. Doug. 420.
LIST your S and 6-room house with ua
WD SELL THEM. OBSUKNff RSALTT
CO., Doug. 1474.
FOR SALE See F D. Wead. 310 B. 16tb St
FARM LAND WANTED
I HAVE some viry good Omaha cottages to
exchange for la. or Nb. land. Write
me. stating what you ha1. Address
9743. Omaha Hc.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
CITY and farm loans promptly mad.
Bate, t, b, and 6 per cent Reasonable
UNITED STATES TRUST CO-
313 South 17th. Omaha. Neb,
THE GREATEST GAIN 68.738
In paid want-ads ever made by any
OMAHA. BKK tor 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
SHOP EN CO.. PRIVATE MONET.
6 PER CENT to 6 per cent on best class city
resldencv In amount $2,000 up; also
una loan. Reasonable commlsston.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1822 Farnam St
FARM and city loans, 6-6 and I per cent
W. H. Thomas. Keellne Bldg Doug. 1648.
OMAHA homes. East Nebrasl farm.
0KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat l. Phone Doug. ITU.
UHKRT HARR IRON A MORTON.
" 916 Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg.
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gage. Kloke inv. Co., oma&a.
CITY and farm loans. Invest rate.
E. H. LOUOES. Inv.. 688 Keellne Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS L. McUARRT,
KEELINE Bl.DO TEL. RED 4344.
RELIABLE Insurance. 8to O'Nell's Real
Estate and Insurance Agency, 613-4 Bran-
upib i neater, lei. oner ivi,
REAL EST AB-ioana, ipr oant
D. E. BUCK A CO..
912 Omaha Nat Bank.
$4,000 MORTGAGE bearing 6 per cent semi
ann.; secured by property value at $16,900.
Ta Imago -Loo mis inv. Co., W. O. W. BldgJ
MONET on band . tor city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder. Qty
National Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6H and ( per cant
j. H, LMimont a vo, is Keelineuiag.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. Y D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., Ii'.h and Farnam Bta
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
Also a Share of the Profits.
We guarantee 7 per cent dividend earn
ings on our Preferred Stock, and have
never declared less than 9 per cent In
vest your money with us aod participate
In our profit sharing plan.
We Declared 9 Per Cent i 1916.
Tour money Invested with us Is limply
secured by all our Real Estate, Mortgages,
Contracts and Apartment Houses. Only a
few shares left,
Write us for further particulars and for
our "Investment Book."
Authorized capital, $300,000.
Hastings & Heyden,
1614 Harney Street. Phone Tyler SO.
FOR SALEr-i-100 shsre , American Tele
graphone tor $260.00, 16,000 Uncle Sans
Oil for $100.00. 200 Afterthought Copper
tor $300.00. A. L. Delbel, Little Rock, Ark.
Abstracts of Title.
IV nrr Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
JXcII 306 S. 17th St, ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 206 Brands is Theater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panie. 644 Brand els Bldg.. Omaha, Nsb.
Give your Want Ad a chance to
make good. Run it in The Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
HOMESTEAD in river valley; will locate
you tor $60. Information write J. W.
Sneathen, Tim pas, 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 culturs. Close to
transportation, on branch of Dlxl high
way settled and prosperous community.
Chance for big profits to right men. Our
book, "Farming In Florida," tells alL
Write for free copy today. O. P. Swops
Land Company, Ovledo, Seminole 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 A Ron, 662
Brandeis Bldg. Phone Douglas 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
rXiSEALFALFA IN FLORIDA (Natal
Hay) this winter. First cutting. 90 days:
$60 to $80 annually on $60 land. 62$
Paxton Blk. Walnut 2687 (evenings).
BARGAIN 420-acre stock farm, 46 miles
from Minneapolis; about 120 acres under
cultivation, balance meadow and pasture
land; will cut several hundred tons good
quality hay; fair set buildings; good soil;
an excellent farm for stock; $36 per acre;
one-half cash Schwab Bros. 1026 Ply
mouth Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 cash and $6
monthly; no Interest or taxes; highly pro
ductive land; close to $ big market
Write for photographs and full Informa
tion. Munger, A-119, X. T. Ufa Bldg.,
Kansas City, Mo.
FINE 80-ACRE HOME
All hesvy BLACK LOAM SOIL only
ONE MILE from GOOD town, all under
cultivation, fenced with full cedar posts,
only five hours' ride from Omaha. Im
proved as follows, all buildings being prac
tically new and in fine condition:
House about 28x28; three large rooms on
ffrat floor; second floor finished in one
very large room; can be nuule into three
good, big rooms with couple partitions.
This house Is fully equipped with Blau
gas plant for cooking and light; also haa
sink and water In the kitchen; also good
brick cellar, with cement floor, making it
almost as modem' as a city home.
Barn 80x30, with 20-foot posts; two fine
granaries In it; room for ten head of
stock; solid concrete floor, with two ce
ment drains; hog house about 10x40, wtth
solid concrete floor; also a cob and coal
house. X can give possession of these
Improvements at once and possession to
the land March 1 1917.
This Land belongs to a widow and she
will sell It on terms; price Is right
S. S. & R E. MONTGOMERY,
806 Omaha National.
DAIRY OR STOCK FARM.
200 acres In Middle Loup river, 3 tnttes
southwest of St Paul, Neb.; 46 acres In
cultivation and balance flrst class pasture,
mostly timbered. Plenty grass for a 6
months' season, all fenced, good Improve
ments. I'erms to suit purchaser. Write F.
Uuggenmos, Dannshrog State Bank, Dan
240 ACRES, Kimball county, wheat land, at
$12.00 per sc.; all tillable; good loca
tion. Buy this If you want a real snap.
J. H CA.U'HE1,I, & SON,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
NEAR SOUTH OMAHA.
340 acre: Best crop-growing land la
the state. Com making 76 bushel to
acre; 60 tons alfalfa raised on place
tnit year. This is all vsitey land, all level
and tillable except a few acre around
buildings and feed lots. Modern house,
good barn, large sheep barn, corner! b, hog
bouse and all necessary buildings for
cattle, hog and sheep feeding. Water
piped to all buildings and feed lots. Ftne
blue grass pasture. All hesvy Mck loam
oil, Located near grade and high schools
and only one-ha If mile from Interurban
car line. For price and trnis Inquire of
C. R. Comb, 809 Brand la Theater Bldg.,
Omaha, Neb. Phone Doug. 3916.
DOUO. Co. farms; 300 ac. $100. Y0 ao
9176; SO ac., $160; 40 ac, $860. W. T
Pmlth Co., 914 City Nat l Bank Bldg.
160-A. GRAINS; rent Imps. fine.
TOLAND A THUMHULL.
P. 6707. i4s Use Bldg.
CAN sell or exchange any land you have 10
offer. C J. Cm nan. McCaaue Bldg.
We are going to the Trinity River Val
ley. In East Texas, on Jan, 16. Can sell
you good corn and alfalfa land at $26
per acre. Your own term.
Call or write for book.
W. S FRANK.
201 Neville Blk.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FOR SALB Whlteyandotto cockeris
and one good duroc hoar. Call Co t fax 1313.
DAMAGED screenings. $1.60 a hundred. A.
W. Wagner. 601 N. 16th.
THE GREATEST GAIN 68.738
In paid want-ads ever mde by any
Omaha paper, la the record of THE
OMAHA HKR for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
ISO, Farnam St.
1915 Cadillac "."
FOR SALE SKVERAL ELECTRIC CARS.
LIOHT PKLIVKRY TYPH. BODIES IN
PAIR CONDITION. MOTORS AND BAT
TERIES IN GOOD SHAPE. WILL SELL
AT ANT REASONABLE PIOURE. AD
DRESS, THE n.EISIIMANN COMPANY,
427 PLDM STREET, CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Cash rebate on your auto Insurance pol
icy If your car Is equipped with
Phona Douglas 2317. 894 Brandeis Bldg.
kJwW.U. 1UU A V'W. Heated
3408 Leavenworth and
Fireproof storage, $6 per month. Day and
night service. Phone Tyler 717.
REBUILT high and low tension magnetos.
magneto parts and magneto repairs. Mat
tox, 1428 South 16th. Tyler 1113-J.
1 7-pass. cyl. Franklin $280.00
1 9 oyl. Frarfklin, speedster 160.00
t slngl cyl. motorcycle 36.00
TELL & BINKLEY,
S318 Barney at. Doug. 1640.
1 USED 3-ton truck, $460.
1 used 1-ton truck, $176; good condition.
1 used 44-ton truck, $160; uootl condition.
ANDREW MURPHY & SON,
14th and Jackson Sts.
FOR SALE Owing to my leaving city, my
1916 Overland coupe Is for sale, cheap,
cash or payments. Address Apt 807,
CROSS-TOWN GARAGE, 316 South 24th
St. D. 4443. Storage batteries changed
and repaired; carbon turning, welding,
etc. Pull-in service.
FOR SALE My 1916 Velle six -cylinder
touring car, equipped wtth cord tires. I
am leaving city. Call D. 6661 after 6 p. m.
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES
G W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Douglas 863. 1216-18 Farnam St.
BALL and roller bearings all makes of cars.
good as now at half the price. Mattox,
1484 South 16th. Tyler 1113-J.
CASH or payments. A four-cylinder, thirty
horsepower touring car at $160. 2318
CORD Urea for Fords, 30x3, $8.66; 30x4 H.
$11.. zwientti xtroa, u. 4878. 1618 Far-
WE will tnut yoa new Ford for yoar
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO,
SOtta and Harney. Donglas 61(1.
BERTSGHY "Kan-Ftx-It" Southeast cor
ner 20th and Harney Sts. Douglas 7396.
FIRST reasonable cash offer takes my 1916
Maxwell touring car. Just like new. Call
Tyler 1816 after 9 p. m.
3,000-LB. truck for sale; bargain for cash.
Call Colfax 3889.
OWE 1,600-1 b, Bulck truck. See Blhler. Ill
a. 1 Bin.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing, 'service car al
ways ready. Omana Uaraga, 2010 Har
ney St Tyler 666.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
AT 14 PRICE.
Below Is a partial list of our I to 1 w
$0x3 .,..$4.00 34x4 ....$ 9.44
30x3)4)... 6.60 36x4,.. U.16
13x4 .... 9.36 36x4.... 11.49
2 IN 1 VULCANIZING CO-
1636-1$ Davenport. Douglas 2814.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer, 210 N. 18th.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
NEB. Auto Radiator Bepalr Service, and
price right SIS B. 19th St D. 7290.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HAH LEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargain In used machines. Victor Roo
The Motorcycle Man." 3703 Leavenworth.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
RENTED my farm; will sell my four
matched marcs, dapple grays, 2,600 lbs.;
bays. 2,700 Iba. Hans Schlll, 210 S. 28th St
SKVERAL good second-hand wagons very
c&eap. Anarew uurpny & son, i4ln and
Dr. E. R- Tarry cures pile, Ostul and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid until cured. WrtU for book on rc
tal diseases with testimonials. DR. B. R.
TARRY. $40 Bo Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
licits your old clothing, fumtrure, maga
zines. We collect. We distribute. Phons
Doug. 4126 and our wagon will call. Call
and inspect our new home. 1110-1113-1114
THE GREATEST GAIN 68,738
Omaha paper, Is the record of THE
OMAHA BKR for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
MAGNETIC massage. 2424 Cuming.
RUPTURE Successfully treated without
surgical cperauon. Call or writ DC
Frank H. Wray, 306 Bee Bldg.
STAATS INSTITUTE, 1606 Harney; mus
cular massage; ds ins 01 an kinds, open
from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Dong. 709Z.
OMAHA'S MEN'S SPECIALIST.
21$ CROUNSBBLK- OPPOSITEP. O. east
MIRK NASH. MAE B RUG MAN, sc1sntlfl
masseuse and baths. 203 Karbsch Blk.
MISSES LILLY AND OOULD Bath, mas
sage. 1 rarnani m. Thone Doug. 3410
LURLLA WEBSTER, masseuse. 818 Pax too
Blk.. 10 1, m. to I p. m. Red 3404V
SCIENTIFIC massage, 630 Bee Bldg. Pbone
WANT to adopt or raise
a small baby.
1888 Farnam. Rn. 19.
Graduate masseur. Appointment only D. 6336.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, planes, Ind. notes as security
$49 6-mo. H. H. gda, total cost. $3 60;
$49 " Indorsed note, total cost $3.69.
Smaller, Isrger ain't, proportional rata
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
Organised by Omaha Business Me.
HI Rose Bldg.. 16th and Farnam. Ty. flit.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
George Dobson to Myrtle Chase, Thirty-second
street, ;00 feet south of
Pot) pic ton avenue, east aide, 60i
140 $ 1
F .1. McShiti. Jr. nhertfT. to Oeorg
Dohaon, Thirty -second street. 800
feet south of Poppleton avenue, 60s
140, Thirty-eighth street. 160 feet
north nf Spnldtng. east aide. 130114 1,78,0
Stella A. Dowd and husband to Myrtle
Chase. Thirty-second street, 160 feet
south of I'oppleton avenue, east aide,
Elisabeth Keck, et al to Clara C.
Krary. Spruce street, 20 feet east
of Sixteenth street, north side, 4flx
Barker company to Walter Willis, La
fayette avenue, 160 feet west nf
Thirtieth street, north side, 60x139. 1
Howard H. Helntselman and wife to
Grace TrnMlnger. Harold street Ben
son, S9ti feet north of Main street,
east side. 40x186.77 1
Imperial Investment company to Stand
ard Oil company, northeast cor
ner Thirty-sixth avenue and Lin-
cln avenue. 64x133.81 1,760
lleury ('. Cook and wife to William
R. Nichols, northwest corner Forty
flfth and Military avenue. Irregu
lar, approximately 136x131.3 2,360
T. rl. Collins and wife, et aL. to Car
rie L Mackenale, northwest corner
Forty-fourth avenue and Pratt street.
F. J. McShane, jr., heriff. to Alex
Welnandt, Wirt street. 462.6 feet
west of Twenty-fourth street, north
sld"". 34.82x131.76 1,025
Jeff W. Bedford and wife to Strlla
R Wilson, southwest corner Six
teenth and Brown streets, 41V.X128 1
Momlngalde Land company to Anna
Miner, Seward street 40 feet east
of Clifton avenue, south aid, 40x131 236
Home Bonders' Investment company
to Charles M. Crane. Camden ave
nue, 304 feet east of Forty-eighth
street north side, 40x139 230
Emilia J. Skogman to the McNlsh
Land company, Fifty-third street 200
feet north of Farnam street aast
side, 60x189; Fifty-second avenue,
160 feet south of Dodge, east aid,
Nellie M. Matthews and husband to
George T. Btufflebeam, Thirteenth
street 80 feet south of U street west
side, 40x180; Thirteenth street 160
feet south of U street west side, 40x
Barker company to Otto A. Johnson,
southwest corner Twenty-ninth snd
Indiana avenue, 47x131 1
Security Land and Improvement com
pany to Bertha Muser, Savage street,
240 feet west of Nevada street,
south side, 40x160 400
Daniel M. Williams to Utile B. Wil
liams, Main street Benson, 46 feet
west of Erwln, south side, 46x130.. 1,480
BANK STATES MENTS.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THB
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK,
at Omaha, In the State of Nebraska, at the
closa or Business on ueoemoer si, isis;
Loans and discounts $ 7, 417,198. 4
U. 8. Bonds:
U. S. bonds depos
ited to secure
U. S. bonds
pledged to se
cure U. S, de
Total U. 8. bonds 130,000.00
Bonds, securities, etc.:
Bond other than
U. 8. bonds -
pledged to secure
than U. 6. bonds
unpledged 68,021. $6
Total bonds, securities, eta. 96,011.86
Subscription to stock of Fed
eral Reserve Bank, (6 per
cent of subscription).,.,...., 30,009.90
Value of banking house 146,9M.OO
Net amount due
reserve agents. $ 940,770.97
Net amount due
clearing house. 376,011 . 94
Other checks on
banks in same
city as re
porting bank... 7,901.$$
and other cash
Items 3946$. 34
and cents .... 493.08
Note of other
national banks 29,460.00
In vault and
Reserve Bank. 941, $36. 66
with U. S.
Treasurer .... 2,600.00$ 3,$9fi,069.44
Capital stock paid In $ 600,
Undivided profits.. $.31, 804. 88
Less expenses. In
terest and taxes
Circulating notes outstanding..
Due to banks
and backers... $3,366,204. 67
to check 6.670,401.2!)
deposit due In
lens than 30
days 114. 047. 22
Certified checks 139,471.70
outstanding . . 158,866.92
of deposit, pay
able after 30
days or more... 691,443.99-
State of Nebraska, County of Douglas as:
T, Frank T. Hamilton, cashier of the above
na mcd bank, do solemnly swear that the
ft bo vp statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
F. T. HAMILTON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before m this
3rd day of January, 1917.
(SEAL.) B. B. WOOD.
Correct Attest :
U. SAM ROGERS,
FRANK T. HAMILTON,
The annual meeting of th stockholders of
The Bee Building Oompsny will be held at
the of fie of that company at Omaha at 4
o'clock P. M. on Tuesday, January 10. 1917,
for the purpose of electing directors for th
ensuing year and the transaction of such
other business as may properly com before
By order of the President.
N. P. KEIL, Secretary.
Notxc la bsrwby gtven that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Omaha
Oas Company will be held at the office of
the Company, 1609 Howard St, at 19:89 a.
m., Monday, January 16th, 1917, for the
election of Directors for the enaolng year,
and for the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come before the meeting.
FRANK T, HAMILTON, President
GEO. W. CLA B A UGH, Secretary.
HEW YORK STOCKS
Market Again Subjected Al
most Entirely to Caprices
INTEREST IS INTELLIGIBLE
New York. Jan. 6. The market was again
subjected almost entirely to the caprices
of professional traders today, that faction
availing Itself of various developments
and complications to depress prices of lead
ing stocks from 8 to 6 points. Extensive
short covering contributed to Irregular snd
for the most psrt normal rallies at the
Price movements were most bewildering
throughout the session, not less than three
successive declines snd rallies occurring in
the first three hours, with some relaxtlon of
pressure later. Public Interi'St was alto
gether negligible, even the more represen
tative rails showing little support from
Following the usual ens torn. United States
Steel was again the storm center, that stock
recording an extreme decline of t points
at 8I.09S and a net loss of IVi,
Steel again furnished a prcponerant share
of the day's business, far outsrtplng the
combined dealings In coppers, rails and the
Ralls were Inclined to advance until
heavy Helling In other quarters created gen
eral Irregularity. Canadian Pacific was
moat heavy of the high grade transporta
tion stocks, while low priced Issues of that
group wore dull and sluggish.
Equipments and Munitions kept pace with
Steel, Hethlehrm Steel losing 16 points.
Whipping shares were heavy to weak. At
lantic, Gulf and West Indies making an
extreme recess recession of points.
Sugars also developed reactionary tend
encies with Petroleums, Industrial Alcohol
and Central Leather, even Sloasaheffleld
Steel, on which dlvlrnd were resumed at
the rate nf 4 per cent failed to hold Its
early advance. Total sales of stocks
amounted to 960,000 shares.
Increased firmness In Sterling and further
shading of marks were lh only changes
recorded In foreign remittances. Domestic
money rales were unaltered, with a very
light Inquiry over the weke end. Fore
casts point to another large local gain of
cash, mainly from Interior points.
Additional wsaknens in traction Issues
featured the Irregular and narrow bond
market Total sains, par value, $6,040,000.
United States' 8s advanced per cant and
Panama 3s, 1 per cent on oalL
Number of sales and range of prices of
Open. High. Low. Close.
Am. Best Sugar ... 8.4O0 97 94
American Can 3,000 49U 48 48H
Am Car A Fdry... 1,300 67 66 66 Si
Amer. Locomotive,, 12,600 78 1 76 U 74&
Am. Smelt A Rfg.
48,800 107 101
am. nugar nrg
Am. Tel. A Tel....
Am Z. L A S
Baltimore A Ohio..
Brooklyn R. T
Butts A Sup. Cop. .
Canadtan Pacific. ..
Chesapeake A Ohio
C, M. A St P....
Chicago A N. W...
C, R. I. A P
Colorado Fuel A L
Corn Prod. Rfg.. . .
8.1US 111. 101 111
1.100 laat. 11114
13.400 108 108
400 81 81U
1.100 46 46 46
3.100 36 36 36
6,600 161 167 167
37,100 98 90 91
8.900 11 U
Crucible Steel 33,600
Distiller's Securities 1.000
Erie 7,800 I3U
General Electric... 600 167 4
Gr. Northern pfd. 900 Ut lit hi 116
KtT. norm. lire, cirs suv 10 Vk ao
Illinois Central ... 400 106H 106
Inter. Con. Corp... 1.200 IS 16t
Insplr. Copper 11,800 68 66
tntor. Harv., N. J. 800 121 121
Int. M. M. pfd. otfa 10,900 8U 8641
K. C. Southern.... 300 26 ft 36ft
Kenneoott Copper. . 11,000 46 43
Louis. A Nash
Mex. Petroleum... 61,000 106 102
Miami Copper 8,700 41
k. t., pro..
N. Y. Central
N. T . N. U. A II.
Norfolk ft Western
Northern PacUle ..
Pacific Tel. T.I
V.ioo 'jo 14
Ray Con. Co,.
Heading 16,700 10914
Hep, iron nteei.. 11.800 80
Shnttock Aria. Cop 600 36
Southern Pacific... 1.100 97
Southern Railway.. 11 800 1314 81 31
maneoajcer ua .. o.suo lus), iv44 ion
rexas liompanr.., a,,uo S3,
Union Pacific 10,300 144
Union Pacific. pM 900 8314
u. a. ina. Aiconoi n,,vuu 120
U. a Steel 306,400 113
U. S. BtMl, pfd.... 6.100 119
Utah. Copper 81,600 101
Wabash, pro. "B"
Western Union 100 96
Westlnshouae Else. 1.700 64
Total aalan ror tne gay seo.ooo .tiaras.
. New York Montr Market.
New Tork, Jan, 6. Prime Mercantile
Fp.r 4 par cent.
Sterling Bxchange 6litr-day nllU,
84.71; commercial sixty-day bills on banka,
84.7114: commercial siity-day bUla. 94.71:
demand, 14.76: cables, 94.76 7-16.
Silver Bar, 76.: Me, lean dollar., 68 14c
Bonds OoYefument, Irrapiiar; railroad.
Time Loan. Bmay; sixty and ninety day
9 9)914 per oont: six month., 314(81 per
U. 8. ref. 3s rag. 99'M. P. con. (....161
do coupon.... 98 Mont. Power 6..190
U.S. 3s, reg.,.,110 N. T. C. d. 6s. .111
do coupon. ...110 N. T. C 4s '66..11014
U.S. 4s. reg 110 N. H. H. o.ts.110
do coupon. ...110N. P. 4a...., 88
A T ft T. c. 4 14.101 do 3. 68
Anglo French is SlliO. S. L. r. 4s... 9314
Atchison gen. 4s 9614P. T. ft T. 6s. .101
R ft O. 4s 93Penn. con 4Us,.107li
Beth. S. r. 6.. ...101 do gen. 4s..l03
(!, p. 1st 92 Reading gen. 4a 96
0. ft O- o- 414s.. 9JSt. L. ft P. t. 4s 83
CD. ft Q..J.4S.... 988. P. cv. 6s 103
CM. ft St. P.c. 6s.lort do ref. 4. 93
C.R.I. ftP.r.4s... 7614Houth. Ry. (a. ...102
c. ft n. r. 4n-. ao u. r. 4s 8914
D. ft Rd. c. 4s.. 8.114 do cv. 4s 64
trie gen. 4s.... 72 U. 8. Rubber S..103
tOen. Elee. 6s. .106 U. B. Steel 6s. ..106
Q. N. 1st 4s..,.100We,t. Union 4, 87
I. C. ref. 4s 63liDom. C (1831). ..100
U ft N. un 4s... 96 T S .
M.K. ft T. 1st 4s 7414 -Bid.
Liverpool Grain Market.
Liverpool, Jan. 6. Wheat Spot. No. 1
northern, Duluth, 17s 8d ; No. 3 hard, winter.
17s 4d ; No. 1 Manitoba, oic, 18s id: No. 3,
I7H 1014U: No. 3, 17s 8d.
Corn Spot, American, mixed, new, 14a 4d.
LOT OWNERS' MEETING.
Notice Is hereby given that the Annual
Meeting of Lot Owners of Prospect Hill
Cemetery Aasoclatlon will be held at the
office of Isaac A. Coles, Secretary, rooms
214-18 uranaets Tnesler Building, Monday
Evening, January 8, 1917, at 8 o'clock.
ISAAC A. COLES, Secretary.
199 10! 14
67 14 6T
66 14 68
pjOME pUlLDERS PAYS 7
SHARES ADVANCED JAN. 1ST.
Par Value $1.00 now $1.21.
Growing Yearly with the Surplus
because they participate in profits left over after the
regular 7 cash dividends are paid.
When these shares are exhausted, which will be
soon, an increase of capitalization will be authorized
consisting of Non-participating shares guaranteed 7
straight cash dividends payable January 1st and
HOME ftUILDERS Inc.
American Security Co., Fiscal Agents.
G. A. Robrboufh, Preaident.
C. C. Shim.r, Secretary.
WAIL OF WOE IS 1
RDMBLM AT FORT
Soldiers, Homeless and in Debt,
Eagerly Await Governor
Neville's Coming. '
PROMOTIONS ARE MADE
The Nebraska National Guard is
homeless and in debt. Its present
liabilities are $2,500 and it has no way
of meeting them unless the' state
legislature makes a special appropria
tion for the purpose. The boys
abandoned the lease to their old arm
ory headquarters when they started
for the border and now they have no
place to store their guns and other
Governor Keith Neville will un-.
doubtedly hear a long tale of woe
about the plight of the fighting men
when he comes to Fort Crook. The
need of civilian clothing is one phase
that will be presented to him. The
governor and Mrs. Neville will arrive
at the post at 2 o'clock Saturday after
noon. Gets Promotion.
Major W. E. Steele, who Is an
Omahan, is the first military man to
get preferment from the new gover
nor. Thursday Governor Neville ap
pointed him assistant adjutant gen
eral of the Fourth Nebraskan Nation
al Guard to succeed A. R. Hysel, who
has been transferred to the quarter
Headquarters announces that Cor
poral Earl R. Sherwood has been
made a sergeant of Company B;
George H. Swan has been made cor- .
poral of Company A; Corporal Wil
liam A. Blomberd and Corporal
Charles H. France have been pro
moted to the sergeant's rank in Com
pany C; and Thomas A. Brogan haa
been appointed corporal of Company
General Phil Hall has returned from
Lincoln where he, with ten more
soldiers from Fort Crook, acted as
military escort to Governor Neville
at the inaugural exercises.
Druggist's Widow Will
Take Charge of Estate
Nora L. Fenton, widow of the late
Jeremiah J. Fenton, Sooth Side drug
gist who died several weeks ago, will
be appointed administratrix of the
estate, according to filings made with
Clyde Sundblad, clerk of the county
court. Mr. Fenton, who owned four
drug stores on the South Side, left
an estate estimated to be worth
Saloon Licenses Denied
When Securities Are Fakes
The city council rejected seven ap
plications of saloon keepers upon
showing by Assistant City Attorney '
Te Poel, who reported that he was
unable to confirm ownership of real
estate as claimed by sureties named
in bonds filed by these applicants for'
Auto of Rev. Titus Lowe
Is Added to List of Stolen
Rev. Titus Lowe, pastor of First
Methodist church, parked his auto
mobile at Thirty-ninth and Cuming
streets. Daring bis brief absence the
car was stolen. Detective are on
the trail of the sinners.
Court House Dares City
Hall to Curling Game
The city commissioners have berii
invited to select a team of city hall
men to meet a team from the court
house in game of curling on the la
goon at Miller park.
BKAnsTRKKTU TRADE REVT1CW.
rata. Mneh 1m Marked Thaa la Feraer
New Tork, Jan. 6. Bradstroeta tomorrow
While post-holiday enrjot . eonttnne. to
character trad, conditions, th. pan., m this
respect Is much 1ms marked than In former
yearn and In fact th. momentum heretofore
attained ha. been so grant that enrrent
movem.nU bar. remarkably qtrick. Inven
tory In commercial channels oeenptaa con
siderable attenUon, but this task la being
hastened and Industrial lines sustained ac
tivity In making up product, i. .till th. rule;
though, of courae, new buying la devoid
of previous feverish aspects. Bom. salesmen
are again on th. road, and Judging from the
volume of spring orders received, th. new
year certainly has opened auspiciously.
TTalk of early peace In Europe haa diminished
and while high prices tenjl to anoourage con.
eervatlem, It Is well known that manufac
turera have not been abl. to get up good for
stocks, and therefore th. country la well
nigh barren of ready supplies. Jobbers re
port a satisfactory volume of re-order, and
country merchants apparently have had
their shelves well cleared out. Weakly bank
New Tork, Jan. 6. The metal exatsangs
spot East 8t. Louis delivery,, 9. aajfced.
Copper, nominal; electrolytrlc, that, second
and third Quarter, 9S6.oot9I3.60; Iron
steady and unchanged. Tin, steaarj spot,
At London: Spot copper, tlSS; return.
1129; electrolytic, 1144. Spot tin 118, 16s:
futures. 1183, 10s. Lead. 130, 10a; spelter.
Omsha, Jan. 6. Bank clearings for Ocnaha
today were 95,928,314.39 and for th. corre
sponding day last year 94,084,081. 4S.
202 So. 17th Straat.
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