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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
a hark bargain.
A 5-room strictly modern Ii-iory cot
sf taga in a good ndghl-orlviod. Uur price
$.t.2a0. Sec us on thin.
. HIU 4 RKALtTY CO..
P 101S-14 W. O. W. Uldjf. Doug. 3ts4.
A -SNAP Seven rooms and oath ; new ; all
i.Hn - -. IW.Il .1.111 ku.llu
." SIM N'. aIh Ave.
If It pays the landlord to own
your home, why not own
$100 down 115 per month.
b rooms, electric light, gas, toilet,
nicely decorated; cement walks; 3 blocks
to car and school. Call loug. 4013 dur
ing office hour and Col. 2450 after 4 p. m.
fc.. I. Morrow.
Large living room, dining room, k I tones
n Ant floor, three large bedrooms and
balb on second door; oak fintib and oak
floor; built-in bookcases and bufUt: tuli
basement; gusrsnteud turn-ace; esei front
lot; paved street: Cine location. Prlos
SCOTT AND HILL CO.,
Dong 1009 Qmund Fir Md'iru Bids
Modern to the minute, ranging in price
from 3,000 to 94.000, on Urge plota, re
fined surroundings and every known Im
provement and convenience; for sal at
your own terma, excluaively oy the
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO,
926 S. 34th St. Phone South 1247
THE GREATEST UAlN -hiUJS
Id paid want -a da ever made by anl
Omaha paper, la tbe record of TUi
OMAHA BES for 111.
BUST RESULTS LOWEST RATS
Pine location, east front, paved street.
I rooms, hardwood floors and finish, close
to school and ear. A bargain at 13,09.
Buy terms Call owner Doug. HM.
NEW bungalow, also 8-r. and gardening;
tout terms and price; Inv. with $400, rent.
I houses (cost 43.100). $2.600. D. 317.
P1VB rooms, new, oak finish, fully deco
rated, all modern, etc., $3,760; ISO cash,
balance monthly Colfai 7135.
OWN jour own home, but be sure to bur
It from OrtmmeL 84$ Omaha Nafl Blag.
HOUSES in all parts of the city.
CRKIQH. SO.JS & CO.. KM B Bid.
J. B ROBINSON. Real Estate and Insur
snce. 442 Bee Bldg. Dougiaa 8017.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
44-FERT on Leavenworth, corner 62d. Close
to McKeen's home and Lockwood Place.
Will sell for cash, cheap, or terms; would
consider Ford or other make light car
in exchange. Call owner. Harney 1341,
LOT In West Lawn addition, oQxin ftiot.
Zd ana wooaiana Ave, io uown; toe a
week. Price $31$; no Interest or taxes for
3 years. Phone Walnut 3614.
A CATHEDRAL district lot bargain; 44 foot
frontage south; best bargain in the district
at $600. Phone Doug. 6074.
AFTER looking at MINNS LUSA, $00 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed tthelr Judgment by buying lota
IF YOU will come out today you wtll
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO..
74a Omaha Nat. Bank Bldii. Tyler l7.
iHbi OKUATJftJ'i liAlW ...111
In paid want-ads v.r made by any
Omaba paper 1. tbe record of TUB
OMAHA BBE tor lilt.
BUST KiSSULl'S LOWEST RITE.
REAL ESTATE Investments
An out-of-town owner needs money and
must sacrifice this property. 60x96 feet,
with 2 cottages, on lath St., north of
Leavenworth. Price $4,750; all paving
J. H. DUMONT & CO..
414-18 Keelino Bldg. Phone Doug. 690.
30th and Farnam
Brick (lata renting at $1,200 a year,
and rents can be Increased. Price for
quirk sale, $10,600; mortgage, $6,600;
$4,000 for equity. This Is a cash price
for quick sale; no trades.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3,62. DlS-SO City National.
A. P. TUKET & SON,
US Flrrt National Bank Bids.
I7..M4. Income 12 per cent; one year old
very floe location; mortsag. ,2S,ov and
will accept $S,,fr,0 In trad.; balauoe
eaab or negotiable lm
Donna. HIS. Clt, Nat'l Bank Bids.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
Down Town Business
Thla Is a three-story brick building In
established retail district, with stores be
low and fiats above ; located 1 h blocks
from 16th and Harney Sta.; lot 60x132 ft.
Under lease to good tenants for $0,310
per year. Price only $26,000 for long time
leasehold. Desirable terms. Pays nearly
10 per cent on purchase pries.
George & Company,
10! City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Dougiaa 756.
N. E. comer 19th and Lake fits., 6 -room
house, mdern except heat, with room for
mail store building, $1,800, A bargain.
245-7-1 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. Tyler SO.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTKD 4. I and 6-roomed bouses tbs1
can be sold for $100 eash. balaDce tie per
month; send complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1120 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1044.
LlST your 6 and 4-room bouses with us
WB SELL THBM OSBORNE RE A LTV
.:m lions 1474
WILL buy a good Dundee home, alx to
eight rooms, for cash; weat of 4$th and
east of Gild. Box 307, Omaha Bee.
LIST your 6 and 4-room house with
UPWARD F. WILLIAMS CO., Doug. 410.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
44-1 CO acres C 3 W trackage at
GtbsoB. Suitable for Industry d fairing
large area with low price. Also have 4
acre beautifully located on boulevard B
K. part without trackage. W L. blbr
Bona. Keellne Bldg
REAL ESTATE Other Cities
ELEPHANT Butte Dam. Rio Grande Vaf
ley. World's greatest Irrigation enter
prise. Watering Dona-Ana farms. Now
ready for settlers. Practical, real co
operation protecting home seekers. Writs
for circular. No. SO, Dona-Ana Farms
Alliance, El Paso. Tex.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
START YOUR rlOhlh. IN HfcNSON
BUT TilS LOT.
Ho no down and 3l04 per month; prlc
nu wu; siae. tsiizs: looeieo on uocus1
St., between Clark and Bstnbam. not far
rrom sellout ani far line. Geo U right
Ree ( )ff ice. I ma ha
SKVKHAL luia, building ieirli-tlon. $$,
60. 00. Adjoining Happy Hollow Ulrol
4)0 00 ft) 11. 1-01 1 00
W L SKI.BV A HONS. Uoug 1610.
1V1 Miles From Florence
Pine, large, partly modern home, on
high, nig hlly location.
6 acres grapes,
370 bearing trees,
17 acres alfalfa.
All equipment, including team, cow, etc.
Owner leaving for Wyoming. Price, $2X,-f-O't.
Call Tyler 60 and aak for 41 r. Man-
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
16H Harney St.
WANTS AN OFFER.
Owner leaving slate must sell ?H seres
Improved, near Florence; is soklng $2,000.
F. D. WE AD, 310 8. ISth St. D. 171.
$l'6ii ACKti, at-reagw sold; I iracts left at
$300 i,aal chance, tall Ns'bswsy. Flo
A GENTLEMAN'S HOME.
A stately, spacious mansion on 32d Ave.,
overlooking Hanaootn Park with 13 large
airy rooms. 1 Mre places, steam heat and
Innumerable clooeie and pantries. Ter
raced plot, 140x176 feet. Price, $1I,0.
Only $2,500 eaab required. For ssle only
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
426 9outb Mtn St. Phone South 1S47.
MEDIUM PRICED HOMES. ,
On the South .side, on full-sliced lots,
ranging from $l,5tm to 3,00fl In different
. localities, with all otty Improvements,
vieur schools and churrlivs; can be bought
from uh on a small cash payment.
SOUTH i )M A 11 A INV HST.U E.T CO.
49Sft S 24lb 81. Phone South 1247
We have a tatge oumbor of small bouses
with I to 1 rooms, ranging Id prtoe from
$oo to tl.xov. od full stied lota, which
we can sell at ytmr own terms.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO..
4926 8. 24fn St. Phone South 1247.
Well improved Will take good bouga
low as part payment.
8. P. BOSTWICK SON,
Tyler 1(08. $00 Bee Bldg
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
13 ACRES, new mod. 8-rm. house, all other
necessary bldgs. Fruit of every kind. Nice
omooth land, Just outside of Council
Bluffs. Nicest place in Potto wattamte Co.
Trade equity of $4,000 for Omaha prop
erty. Tou must act quickly.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
2-30 City Nat. Doug. 88S3.
FOR sale or exchange, 40 acres clear Im
proved Irrigated land In western Colo
rado; for stock or clear property In north
west Kansas. Price $3,300. If Interested,
writs owner, Charles E. Koonts, Colby,
AUTO WANTED Will exchange 30-a. good
level land and good soil in Hamilton Co.,
Kan., for car. Must be as good as new.
Price $&00. Ford preferred. George N.
Brown, Mount Pleasant, la.
TO EXCHANGE 320 acres Improved farm
In Oklahoma, for Oen. Mdse., or Bdwe.
Must be good. Address Box T 486,
THE GREATEST GAIN C$,711
In paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper, te the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for lilt.
BEST, RhbULTS LOWEST RATE
NONR ESIDENT what have you, 8 -room
house, 5 -year-old. Strictly modern. Oarage.
Northwest. Owner, Smith, Room tvt,
Wti have sum, K'jud human and rental prop
erties for Neb. or Iowa land. Edward lr
Williams Co.. Omnhs Nat'l Rank Bldg
LOTS, southwest of Hanscom Park, to
trade for residence. Address Box 1180, Bee.
FARM LAND WANTED
RANCHES, Farm Lands, bought, sold, ex
changed. 8. 8. and R. E. Montgomery.
MONEY TO LOAN
HIGH CLASS LOANS,
$50.00 to $200.04.
Ten per cent interest per annum and 10
per cent brokerage fees. Provided by law.
Uasy Payments. Utmost Privacy.
Twenty-five Tears Established.
OMAHA LOAN CO,
Licensed and Bonded.
Tel. Doug. 2296. Room 340 Paxton Blk.
FURNITURE, pianos, ind. notes as security.
$40 4-mo. H. H. gds., tout cost. $3.60;
$40 " Indorsed notes, total cost, $2.40.
Smaiisr, larger am'ts., proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOClETi.
Organised by Omaha Business Men.
412 Roae Bldg.. 16th ard Farnam Ty 44s.
ZT n Dta. Gross, 410 N. 14th. R. 4031.
Real Estate. Loam, Mortgages.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
. tH and 4 per cent. Reasonable com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO,
212 South 17th, Omaha. Neb.
City and Farm Loans
5, b and 4 per cent. Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H. Dumont & Co., 414-18 Keelin
Bldg.. 17th and Hneyj
FPERCENTto per" rent on best class city
residences In amount $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1822 Farnam St.
THE GREATEST GAIN 6$, 731
In paid want ads ever made by any
Omaha paper Is the recond of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE.
BTANDARD SECURITY AND
9 WBAD BLDG. 18TH jJl0 KAHKJUJL
$4,500 MORTGAGE bearing $ per cent scmi
ann., secured by property valued at $11,600.
Talmago-Loomta Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
SHOPEN A CO.. PRIVATE MONEY.
$600,000 to loan on Omaha real estate or
Central Neb. land.
W. L. Selbey & Sons, Keelina Bldg.
MONEY to loan on improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
irages. Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
RELIABLE insurance. See O' Neil's Real
Estate and Insurance Agency, 433-4 Bran
reis Theater. Tel. Tyler 1024.
MONEY on and for city
farm loans. H. W. Binder,
National Bank Bldg.
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
MONEY HARRISON A MORTON.
U 10 III Omaha NatBank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES! KA8T NEB. FARMS.
O'KEBFB R. K. CO.. 10U Omaha Nat'L
FARM and city loane, l-lhk and per cenL
W. H. Thomaa. Krollne Bldg. Doug. 1641.
WORLD REALTY CO.,
CITY and farm loans, lowest rates.
E. H. LOUPES. Inc.. 63S Keellne Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Weed,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sta.
LOW RATES. C. G. CARLBERG, 812
Brandeis Theater Bldg, D. 86.
NO DELAY In closing loans. W. T. Graham,
604 Bes Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
SPECIAL BARGAIN CLOSE OUT.
Uncle Sam Co. Oil Stock.
6.000 shares One Certificate, $14.76.
10,000 shares One Certificate, $37.60.
26,000 ahares One Certificate, $73.64.
60,000 shares One Certificate, $137.
Old established oil Co., having oil pro
duction, refineries, pipe lines.
J. F. HOLLICKE CO., Stock Brokers,
104 E. First St., Wichita, Kan.
Abstracts of Title.
Tf at Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co4
AYCl I 305 8. 17th St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
FEED-ABSTRACT CO., oUestusUf of-
flee In Nebraska. S0( Brandeis Theater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt psy tnsuranre com
panto. M4 Prandris Hfdg., Omaha, Neb.
WANTED Private loan of $4,000 for 6
years, 6 per cent. A l farm security In
central Neb. Box 1333, Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
HAIbtt ALFALFA IN FUlKIDA t Natal
Haj tola winter First cutting, to days.
$60 to $Bi' annually on $60 land. 43$
Psi'on tiifc Wwinm r:;:? .evenings)
FOR SALE CLOVER-LAND FARMS.
Grains thrive. Drouth, hail unknown.
Root crops, dairying, grating. Ideal. Fine
roads, mtirkfit: 143 growing days. Aver
age klltinK frosts October 2. Torms easy.
George Rowel), jr., 2$ Bacon Blk., Mar
60,004 ACRES, cut over hardwood timber
land, $4.76 acre; terms; aiso improved
farms; grand grain, stork country; all
bargains. G. P. Stebbins. 1610 Chlcaio.
Missouri I ands
SMALL MO. -pirm $ 10 oaan"nT$Vinonl$
ly; no interest or taxes; highly productive
land: close to 2 big markets. Write for
photographs and full information. Munger,
AIIN.YLlfo Bldg.,Kansas City, Mo.
GREAT BARGAINS $6 down, $6 "monthly
buys 40 acres, good fruit and poultry
land, near town. Southern Missouri. Pries
only $200. Address Box $0$, Excelsior
WANTED Renter for 640-acre ranch, west
em Nebraska ; 400 acres alfalfa; a good
property; rash rent, $1,260; reference! re
quired. Aug. Burger. 64$ Bee Bldg.,
WE FARM the farm we sell you.
THE HUNDUUKOHD POTATO OROWBRS
Co-operativit Potato Farming,
I6tn and Howard Bis., opposite Auditorium.
Wki'l land made dry enough for orops or
no pay, Is our way of draining land. No
tract too large or too wet. Guarantee
Drains e Co Oakland. Ne
South Ddtota Lands.
FOR SALE Three Improved quarters of
In nd, near town in Gregory county, South
Dakota. Two improved half sections In
Brule county. Sooth Dakota; all good al
falfa, com and grain land; will take soma
trade. 130 acres near Shenandoah, la.
Ask the owner, G. A Sbadle, Shanan
WE OWN 150,000 ACRES.
$7.50 to $25.00 per acre.
GRIMMER L.AND CO.,
WILLYS -OVERLAND, INC
USED CAR DEPT.
Douglas 3290. 2047-49 Farnam,
Overland Touring and Roadsters.
Stude baker tourings.
Terms If desired.
Prompt attention given te all Interested
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2309 Farnam St. Douglas 3310.
Cadillac "8" Touring.
1914 SI earns 'Knight Toortng.
1116 Chevrolet Touring.
ALL TO BE SACRIFICED.
316 R 24TH ST., Crosstown Garage, D.
4443. Single cyl. Harley motorcycle, $26;
1911 Parry touring car, used very little,
new tires, perfect running, order, $136;
windshields, $6, eto.
Cash rebate on your auto insurance pol
Icy if your car Is equipped with
Phone Douglas 3217. 144 Brandeis Bldg,
1 IflVa PAIGE. "electric equipped, $310.
11914, 6-60 Maxwell speedater, $440.
Several second-hand Franklins,
TELL A B INKLE Y,
2318 Harney St. P. 1670.
WE will trade you a new " pord for your
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO..
20th and Harney. Douglas 6261.
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES.
C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO. .
Douglas 863. 2314-1$ Farnam St
2 in 1 Vul. Co.
We are establishing
a new era In Vulcanized tires.
WILL ry CASH FOR several used TWO
CYLINDER CARS. Phone Barney 6708
and aak for JOHN.
BERTSCHY "Kan-Flx-It" Southeast cor
ner 20th and Harney Bta. Douglas 3662.
CASH for any Ford. Webster 2168 evenings.
Red 7401 days.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Garage, 3010 .Bar
ney 8L Tyler 666.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Bayadorfer. 210 X. 18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service, and
prices right. 218 8. 19th. D. 7390.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES Bar
gains In used machines. Vio'or Rooe, "The
Motorcycle Man." 1703 Leavenworth.
THE GREATEST GAIN 63,738
In Paid Want-ads ever made by an
Omaha paper. Is the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1914.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, maga
stnes. We collect. We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4126 and onr wagon will call. Call
and Inspect our new home, 1110-1112-1114
MISS LARSON Baths, massage and'manl
curlng. Scalp and facial massage. Staata
Institute, 1606 Harney St, D. 7097. Open
evenings and Sundays.
PRIVATE home for Invalids and sick peo
ple, L. Honlg. 3343 Pratt St. Colfax 3384.
Greatest Used Sewing Machine Bargains
Ever Offered By This House s
SINGERS WHITES WHEELER & WILSONS NEW HOMES
$4.00 S10.00 $12.00
$5.00 $11.00 $15.00
It yon need a sewing machine come in and iee what
real bargains these are.
Three drop-head Singer machines, worth $35 each,
your choice tor $14.75.
100 new ball-bearing White machines to rent
Nebraska Cycle Co.
Open Saturday Evening Until 9.
Douglas 1662. 15th and Harney.
MISSK8 LILLY AND GOULD TUth, mas
sage. 132$ Farnam St. Phone Doug. 3414.
Ll'RLLA W kBSTKRTmaaeage and mani-
Paxton Blk. Red 2400.
MiSS S. BENJAMIN, manicuring, facial.
scalp treatment. Rtaata Ins. 1604 Harney.
MISS NASH BRUGMAN, scientific manseue
and hatha. 303 Karbach Blk. Red 372T.
ALL "Right 7 Private Maternity Home, '3411
Miami St. Webster 3909.
SCIENTIFIC massage. 620 Bee Bldg. Phone
R. BROTT Magnetic massage. 544 Cuming
MISS LILLY, inaas., chiropody. 1332 Farnam.
Manicuring and mass. 1423 Farnam. Rm. II.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
THOROUGHBRED iWton "bull pop;" oof k
screw tail; 4 months old; nicely marked.
Very, reasonable. Phone Harney 6047.
THOROUGH HRED White"" Wyandotte and
Rhode Inland Red cockerela for sale. Call
Screenings $1.60 100. AW. Wagner. 801 N. 16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
THE M1860UR1 PACIFIC RAILWAY
DISTRICT COURT OK THE UNITED
STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT
OF MISSOURI, EASTERN DIVISION.
GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY OF NEW
YORK and PKNJAM1N F. EDWARDS, as
Trustees, COMPLAINANTS, vs. THE MIS
SOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY,
DEFENDANT, IN EQUITY, CONSOLI
DATED CAUSE, NO, 4640.
Referring to the final decree) entered In
the above entitled cause on December 21.
114, and to the copy of the Plan and Agree
ment of Reorganisation, as modified July
26, 1916, of The Missouri Paclfto Railway
Company ind St. Louta, Iron Mountain and
Southern Railway Company, on lite in the
onVe of the Clerk of the United States Dis
trict Court for the Eastern Diatrict of Mta
sourl. Eastern Division, notice la hereby
given that complaints as to the fairness or
qultablenesa of the offers to creditors of
the defendant. The Missouri Pacific Railway
Company, mads In or pursuant to aaid Plan,
will be heard by the United Stales District
Court for the Eastern Dlsirin of Missouri,
Eastsrn Division, at the Untied States Dis
trict Court Room in the City of St. Loula.
Missouri, on March 6. 1617. romnvinrlnt t
' two o'clock P. M.. from tho following per
i sons or corporations: tl) Those who prior
.o in entry oi sain aecree, according to the
orders of as hi Court, filed with (teorge C.
Hltchcftck, Special Master, their claims or
demands agralnst the defendant Railway
Company those who prior to the entry
of said decree asserted such clsimn or de
mands by action In any court of competent
Jurisdiction; (3) those who prior to the en
try of said decree filed Intervening petitions
In the above entitled cause or In any con
stituent cause; and (4) thoae who, having
a lien op any of the property of the de
fendant Railway Company, by Intervening
petition, filed In the above entitled cause,
prior to March I, 1917, asnert a liability of
said defendant Railway Company for the
debt secured by such lien. All such persons
or corporations who make no such com-
Elelnt at the time and place aforesaid will
t barred from doing so thereafter.
Dated, January U 1S17.
, . t W. W. NALL,
Clerk of the United States District Court
for the Eastern Diatrict of Missouri, East
TITK MISSOURI PACIFIC
HT. I -OU 1 8, IKON MOITXTATN AND
HOFTHKRN RAILWAY COMPANY.
TO HOLDERS OF UNSECURED CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE MIS
SOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
OR ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN AND
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY WHO,
ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 21, 1114,
ASSERTED THEIR CLAIMS OR DE
MANDS (1) BY FILING THE SAM 10
WTTH GEORGE C. HITCHCOCK. THE
SPECIAL MASTER APPOINTED BY THE
UNITED STA TEH DISTRICT COURT FOR
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI.
EASTERN DIVISION. IN THE CAUSE
THEREIN PENDINO ENTITLED "GUAR
ANTY TRUST COMPANY OF NEW
YORK AND BENJAMIN F. EDWARDS,
AS TRUSTEES, COMPLAINANTS.
AGAINST THE MISSOURI PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY. DEFENDANT.
CONSOLIDATED CAUSE NO. 4640," AND
IN THE CAUSE PENDING IN SAID
COURT ENTITLED "UNION TRUST
COMPANY OF NEW YORK AND BEN
JAMIN F. EDWARDS, AS TRUSTEES,
COMPLAINANTS, AGAINBT ST. LOU1&
IRON MOUNTAIN AND SOUTHERN
RAILWAY COMPANY, DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED CAUSE, NO. 4486." OR
(8 BY ACTION IN ANY COURT OF
COMPETENT JURISDICTION. OR (8) BY
FILING INTERVENTION PETITIONS IN
SUCH CAUSES, OR IN ANY CONSTIT
UENT CAUSK THEREOF:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all hold
ers of claims or demands above desrrlbed
that, upon the filing on or before March
15, 111?, of proper evidences of such claims
or demands and assignments thereof with
Ouarsnty Trust Company of New York, No.
140 Broadway, New York City, as Deposi
tary under the Plsn and Agreement of Re
organization, as modified July 26, 1914, of
The Missouri Pacific Railway Company and
St. Louts, Iron Mountain and Southern Rail
way Company (under which the under
signed are Reorganisation Managers), such
holders will receive receipts therefor enti
tling them to receive, when and as provided
In said modlflod Plan, and subject to an
the provisions thereof. Convertible Five Per
Cent Preferred Stock of the New Company
te be organised pursuant to said modified
Plan, or Voting Trust Certificates for such
Preferred Stock, at par, to the extent that
their claims or demands may be established
In either of the above entitled causes In the
United States District Court for the East
ern District of Missouri, Eastsrn Division.
Forms of the assignments to be filed as
aforesaid and copies of said Modified Plan
and Agreement will be furnished, upon re
quest, by Guaranty Trust Company of New
York, 140 Broadway, New York, or Mer
cantile Trust Company, 721 Locust Street,
St Louis, MiMeourl.
Dated, New York, January 21, 1417.
KTHEIN, LOKR CO.,
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of The Bee Publishing Company will be
hAld at the office of said company, Omaha,
Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. m., on Monday,
March 6th, HIT, for the election of the
Board of Directors for the ensuing year
and tor tho transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly come before the meet
ing. By order of the President.
N. P. FEIL, Secretary.
NOTICE 6r STOCKHOLDERS'' MEETING.
Notice Is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
South Platte Land Company will be held
at the office of said Company, Room 701,
First National Bank Building. Lincoln, Ne
braska, at 11 o'clock a m., on the Seventh
day of March A. D 1117.
Lincoln, Nebraska, March 6th. 1117.
a H. MORRILL, President.
W, W. TURNER, Secretary and Treasursr.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Wheat and Oats Advance a Lit
tle On Very Slow Cash
CORN IS FAIRLY ACTIVE
Omaha, February 4, 1317.
The cash grain situation was very slow
today, and while there was a pretty fair
trade In corn, the sales of wheat and oats
were extremely light. There waa, how
ever, a fair demand for wheat and only
a moderate demand for corn, the basis on
corn, as compared with the option, being lc
lower than on yesterday, although the cash
market on corn was quoted from c to 1c
Wheat advanced about So and oats was
quoted from lc t le higher, No. 3 white
oats being quoted at 64c and the No. 4
whits at 63He.
No. 2 hard wheat sold at 1. 7441.76; no
sales of No. 3 hard were reported and No.
4 hard waa quoted at 1..
White oorn sold on a much better basis
than either the yellow or mixed, the com
mercial grade of white selling at 4 4 St
and the yellow and mixed of the aams
grade bringing from 46 So to 6c.
There was no rye received today and this
market was quoted nominally unchanged,
while barley was fairly active at steady
price, the No. 4 grade selling at 11.12 and
rejected at 94c.
Clearances were, wheat and flour equsl
to 1,191,000 bushels: corn, 63,000 bushels;
oats, 246,000 bushels.
Primary wheat receipts wsre 641.000
bushels, and shipments 644, 0 bushels
against receipts of 1.2:6.000 bushels, and
ahlpments of 697.600 bushels last year.
Primary oorn receipts were 937,000 bush
els, and ahlpments 444,000 bushels against
receipts of 1.461,000 bushels, ana snipmrniB
of 667,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats recelnts were 664,000 bush
els, and shipments 462,000 bushels against
receipts of 737.000 busneis, sna snipmvuui
of 610,000 bushsis last year.
CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Duluth .' 16
Omaha 38 47 10
Kansas City " "
St. Louts 62 64 30
These sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 3 hard winter: 2 cam. 41.76;
1 oar, 1.74fe. No. 4 hard winter: 1 oar,
tl.73i4. No. 4 hard winter: 1 oar, 31.47.
Barley No. 4: 1-8 car, 11.11. Rejected:
1 ear, 44a
Com No, S white: 1 car, 6e; I earn,
f6Ho: 1 oar, 96c. No. 1 yellow: I ears,
64c. No, I yellow: 7 cars, 4o. No. 4 yel
low: 1 car, 9c. No. t mixed: 1 ear,
Uhie; t ears, 66c. No. I mixed: 17 oars,
He; 1 oar, IBc. No. I mixed: 1 car,
Oats No. 1 whits: t can, 64c. No, 4
white: t S-i ears, 6lo. Sample white:
t car, 63 Sc.
Omaha Cash Prices: Wheat No. S hard.
6174tl.7Kr No. 9 hard. 61.734tl.74: No. 4
hard, II. 17491. 66; No. 3 spring, $1.691.74H:
NO. 1 Spring. Sl.SBVl.ISVk- worn ru.
whits, 644Ft4Sc; No. I white, 94066cH;
No. 4 white. 96U64c: No, 6 wnue, v
lc: No. 6 white, 4tt4M6c; No. f yel
low, 06 44 49 66c ; No. I yellow, tt9c;
No. 4 yellow, 446&Hc; No. 6 yellow.
4fc06fc; No. 6 yellow. 64e94&; Ns. 2
mixed, 46isj66Mc: No. I mixed. 9t4 :
No. 4 mixed, M1nkti; No. 6 mixed,
84 H 4 16c; No. 6 mixed. 94t04c. Oats
No. 2 whita, 640644c; standard, 639
64Ho; No. 6 white, 6SStr64c; No. 4 while,
6S9aSfco. Barley Malting, S1.10fl.l6; No.
1 feed, 94rj1.0A. Rye No. 2. 61.364)
1.31 c; .No. 8, 41.34 SC 1.360.
The local future grain situation was rather
quiet today and the market lacked any de
cided sentiment to give either side of the
market any Important advantage. The un
certain condition of the market at present
Is due to the political situation and the
lank of shlnnlne facilities and neither side
would take any decided position while these
conditions exist. The closing prices, how
ever, on May and July wheat were a irine
higher and somewhat higher on May corn.
Oats continued uulet and maae rainy gvou
gains in sympathy with wheat and corn.
Local range or prices:
Art. (open I High I Lew.
Close. I Yea
1 66H 1 44 144 1 47 146
1 41 1 48 141 1 43 141
I 30 1 31 180 1 31 110
7 66 47 07 tT
94 44 94 6 66
61 68 63 63 62
44 60 46 60 49
nhlrjiKo closlna d rices, furnished The Bos
hv Lusan A Bryan, stock and grain brok
er. Sib SOUtn BlXieenin street, uroina
Art I Open- I High. Low Close. Yes
Wht I I I 1 1
May 1 64 1 71 163 1 69 149
July 1 46 1 47 146 1 47 144
Sept 1 II 1 88 136 1 17 184
ay 1 01 1 02 101 1 01 101
July SI 1 00 99 16 II
May 64 66 64 64 64
July 63 64 63 68 61
May 16 60 30 03 21 60 21 17 21 60
July 21 00 21 66 21 00 31 40 14 80
May 14 80 16 62 16 60 14 60 14 42
duly 14 47 16 76 ll 66 16 73 14 66
May 16 63 II 76 16 40 IS 72 16 67
Juiy 14 70 16 87 16 76 16 67 16 70
CfJlCAOO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Crop Damage Reports from Nebraska a
Factor In Lifting Price of Wheat.
Chicago, Feb. I Betterment of condt
tinna for raltwav traffic hnlood to strength
en the wheat market today and so, too, did
large clearances st the seaboard. Prices
finished unsettled but Mc net higher,
with May at ll.ttii.a na JU'y l
ti.474Sl.47U. Corn gained a shade to So,
oats 0o end provisions 16940c.
Upward swings lor wneai vaiues
riant at the opening and were al no time
given any lengthy Interruption. Settlement
of a threatened strike hero that would
have Involved the swttenmen 01 eignieen
railroads tended materially to favor the
hni in. who soon had a further advantage,
owing to reports that the Canadian Pacific
line was sending tuo cars 10 Minneapolis 10
IaIia out wheat and flour for the British
government. Besides, advices Indicating ser
ious crop damage in iNenrasxa, unitnwma
and sotuhern Kansas tended to lift prices.
The stimulus, however, which carried quo
tations to the topmost point of the session
was the announcoment that seaboard clear
ances of breadstuff were equal to 1,121,000
bushels of wheat, about as great a total,
apparently, as would have been shipped
al this time had there been no widening
of the activity of Herman submarines.
According to one authority, the convic
tion seemed to be growing that either by
convoys or armed vessels the entente allies
would move grain and provisions from
American ports now as fast as the supplies
could be sent forward from Interior tre
mtnals. It wss argued that with convoyed
or fully armed vessels, the losses from
submarine operations. Judging from past
experience, would prove relatively negli
gible. On the other hand, bears contended
that the recent rate of exports, barring to
day's record, would by no means exhaust
the domeKtlc stock of wheat.
Corn prices harden d chiefly on account of
assertions that much of the buying today
of futuro deliveries was for tho seaboard.
Country offerings remained light and Ar-s-entine
eroD news bullish. Values In the
oats trade were fortified by reports of
liberal purchases for Europe. Estimates of
the amount thus taken vanea wiaeiy.
A sharp upturn In hog qoutatlons lifted
provisions. On ihe bulgo there waa a good
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Harold W. Graham to Jennie M.
Shaffer, Fourteenth street, 81 feet
south of Pacific street, cast side,
61x166 8 1
Ina D. Chuman and husband to Anna
R. Rahn. northeast comer Thirty-
fifth and Fort streets, 100al20.6. . . . 460
Charles A. KUassen and wife to C. EJ.
Haney, Jackson street, Florence.
160 feet west of Bluff street, south
side, 122x132; Corby street. 10 feet
east of Twenty-eighth street, south
August Rathjen and wife to Edward
F. Suva, Thirty-first avenue, 142
feet north of Larimore, west side.
Anne Olssn Odn to William J. Peter
sen, northwest corner Thirty-fourth
and Wright streets, 62x132 760
Daisy M. illnlkue and husband to Axel
A. Maragos et al, Twenty-fifth street,
60 feet north of Mason street, west
side, 60x128 8,662
Hllma (i. Melady and husband to How
ard Saxton, Chicago streft, 238.2
feet east of Thirty-third street,
north side, 60x120
Frank W. Carmlrhael and wire to
Dorothea Skrlver, southfkst corner
Forty-sixth and Miami streets, 60s
deal of prodt-taklng by holders, especially
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: Nos. S and
3 red, nominal; No. 2 hard, 81.77; No. 3
hard. 81.74. Corn: No, 2 yellow, nominal;
No. 4 yellow, 99cfTl.Al; No. 4 white. 99c
V tl orv oats: No. 3 white, 664T6Sa;
Mandard, 664y67c. Rye, nominal. Barley,
tl.00ttl.3l- Heeds: Timothy, 13.60 6. 60;
clover. I13.00nyl7.60. Provisions: Pork,
USJiTS; lard, 116.37; ribs, fU.13tf
li 76. t
11 utter Higher: creamery. 82043c.
Klgs Higher; receipt In, 444 cases; firsts,
13 c; ordinary flrats, 40941c; at mark,
caufs Included, 40q41'-
Fotaloea Higher; receipts. 46 ears; Wis
con. In white, IS. 30412.40; Michigan white,
K.aMj 3.40; Idaho, Colorado and Washing
Poultry Alive, lower; fowls, 30c; springs,
NEW YORK CJENF.RAL MARKKT.
Quotations of Ihe Day on Vartona leading
New Tork. Feb. I, Flour Steady.
Wheat Spot, firm; No. 1 hard, 11.16; No.
t northern, Duluth, 83.06; No. 1 northern.
Manitoba, 63.06, f. o. b. New York.
Corn Spot, firm; No, 3 yellow, $1.17, o. I
t New York.
Oata Spot, firmer; standard. 66460.
Hay Firm; No. 2. 91. OA I. OS.
Hop Kasy; state, common to choice,
111. :&47c; pacific coast, 1914, 1114r.
Hides Firm; Bogota, 43c; Central Amer
Leather Firm; hemlock firsts, 5"c; sec
Provisions Pork, strong; mess, 633,604
3S. SO; family, 13.00 36.00; short clears,
ni. 00(P34. 00. Bxcf, firm; mess. 933.0049
11.60; family, . 6627.00. Lard, firm;
mlddlA west. 116.661916.76.
Tallow Firm; city. 11 0. nominal: coun
try. llVI2c; special, 11c.
Butter Unsettled; receipts. 4,647 tubs;
creamery higher than extras, 46c; creamery
ex Iras (93 score), 44c; firsts, 37 0 43o; sec
Eta Unsettled; receipts, 1,101 cases;
fresh gathered, extra flrsls. 47c; firsts,
46 4J 44 o; refrigerator seconds to first,
Cheese Firm; receipts. 1.648 boxes; state
held specials, 36j'2fo; state held, aver
age fancy, 3644360.
lVu I try Dressed firm; chickens, l439c;
fowls, 1 Sty 34c; turkeys, 30034. Live eas
ier; chickens, lln; fowls, 860230.
Minneapolis drain Market,
Minneapolis, Feb. I. Wheat May, 91.73
91.73; July, 91.74. ('ash: No. 1 hard,
11.1101.63; No. I northern. 1.740
1.77; No. 1 northern, 61.71 91-77.
Com No. I yellow. Ilc99l.00.
Oata No. 1 white, 63963.
Barley iocs II. 14. a
Hye 9l 344rI.I6.
Omaha Hay Maraai,
Omaha, Feb. I. Hay Cheloe upl- ad,
112.00011.60; No, 1, lll.009U.60i No. I,
16.611016.60; No. I, 17 60 96.60; No. 1 mid.
land, lio 60011,44; No. t. I6.M9MO1 No,
1 lowland, 1.0001.16; No. . I... 191.60;
NO. I, 94.4404.64.
Alfalfa Choice, 91T.0491T.Lit No. L
H6 bW0.64; standard. li nni4.6i No. 1.
916 66011.64; No. 1. 9l.66 914j.ru.
Straw On 17 007 6: wheat. 16 04
Kama CHy Geawwal Market.
Kansas City, Feb. I. Wheat No. 1 hard.
I1.7d01.74; No. 1 red. 91.7301.71; May,
11.1801.41; July, 41.43 0 1.43 .
orn no, s tnixea. ncoi i.uo ; no. x
whits, 410011.00; No. 1 yellow, I9c0
11.01; May, 99c; July, 17 a
oats no. 1 wnue, twufttc; no. 1 mixea,
St. Louis Grain Market,
St. Louis, Feb. I. Wheat No. 1 red,
91.R401.66; No. I hard, 91 63 01.14; May,
91.70; July. 11.44.
Corn No. I, 11.01; No. t white, 91.010
1.42; May, 91.01; July, 91.00.
Oats No. 3, 64066o; No. I white MOM
naL Auxiliary to the Modern
Orthodox Society Formed
An auxiliary to the Jewish Modern
Orthodox society was formed at the
home of Mrs. Jacob Slosburg, jr.,
Thursday afternoon Mrs. Samuel
Robinson was named president; Mrs.
Harry Kulakofsky, vice president;
Mis. Samuel Zimmerman, secretary,
and Mrs. Arthur Rosenblum treas
urer The purpose of the auxiliary is to
co-operate with the Modern Ortho
dox society in bringing a rabbi who
shall conduct services in the manner
approved by the organizations, and
to assist in raising funds for the
Meetings will be held once a month.
Western Roads Will Not
Send Cars East of Chicago
Official orders have gone out from
the Rock Island, the Milwaukee, Un
ion Pacific, Burlington and North
western prohibiting their cars going
east of Chicago, whether loaded or
empty. This is done, it is asserted,
in an attempt to try and relieve the
freight car shortage, which, it is as
serted, has tightened up rapidly since
the U-boat campaign started.
Car accountants of the roads pro
mulgating the recent order estimate
that the roads named at this time
have 50.000 more of their cars tied
up east of Chicago than they have for
eign line cars in their possession.
Good Demand for Corn to
Be Sent South and West
While the demands for cash grain
was the lightest in a number of days,
the prices ruled considerably higher.
Wheat sold up 3 cents, fetching
$174jal75; corn 'i to 1 cent up,
selling at 9596 and oats A to yt
cents up and selling at 53 Mi (j 54 cents
Wheat receipts were thirty-two
corn sixty-seven and oats ten car
loads. During the last few days a strong
domestic demand for corn has de
veloped and large quantities arc be
ing bought for shipment south and
Lou Traynor Draws the
Hoodoo Number for Show
Lou Traynor, automobile man, does
not fear the hoodoo of No. 13. When
the automobile men drew for space
at the automobile show he was No.
13. Just to show his disregard for
the hoodoo usually assigned to that
number, he took space No. 13 just to
make it go double. Guy Smith was
the lucky man ana drew no. l.
The National Capital
Friday, February 8, 117.
Met at 11 a. m.
(Commerce committee reported river and
harbor bill carrying 931,000,006, Senator
Kenyon serving notice he would submit a
substitute carrying blanket appropriation of
923,000,000 to be expended oy tne war de
partment. District of Columbia appropriation bill de
bated. Banking and currency committee eonsld
rf) amendments fan federal reserve act.
Railway bill to supplement Adamson law
Passed District of Columbia appropriation
Adjourned at 1:16 p. m. to 11 a. m. Satur
Met st 11 a. m.
Resumed debate on naval bill.
ijffHIt inquiry uuiuiuauu,
Adjourned at 6:10 p. m, to 11 a. m. Satur-
Washington, Feb, 9. (Special Telegram.)
A nostofftce has been established at Col-
denser, Sheridan county, Nebraska, with
Charlos I. Metcalf as postmaster.
James L. Carver, Cdar Rapids. Neb., has
b"n appointed typewmor in tne Depart
ment of Agriculture
Quibbling Over a Cent
Is Expensive to Doud
Because large corporations earninf
huge annual incomes quibble over the
payment of 1 cent of taxes, it costs
H. A. Doud from $1 to $3 a month
to be cashier of the local internal
Income taxes are computed to the.
fraction of a cent. Uncle Sam de
mands the benefit of that fraction,
providing it is over five-tenths of a
cent Thus if an income tax is com
puted to be so many dollars and so
many cents and an additional frac
tion of a cent more than five-tenths
Uncle Sam wants full payment of
that additional cent.
But the corporations always ne
glect to pay that cent And it musl
be paid by somebody. So. Mr. Doud.
rather than necessitate the navment
of 2 cents postage and cost of sta
tionery, digs down into his own
pocket and pays the 1 cent himeslf. It
happens so often Mr. Doud has to
pay back to the government quite a
large part of the salary he draws
in the course of a year.
Coldest Weather Centers
In Eastern Nebraska
The Missouri valley is again the
coldest locality east of the Rocky
mountains. The railroad reports in
dicate that along the Missouri valley
and through the eastern part of Ne
braska and western Iowa tempera
tures were down to zero and 10 de
grees above. Out in the western por
tion ot the state and oyer in Wyoming
it was 14 to 38 above, the warmest
being up in the northwest corner of
Snow flurries Thursday night were
pretty general, with a fall of two to
three inches out through the central
part of the state.
King Ak's Working Crew
Will Be Guests at Banquet
The working crew at King Ak's
Den are going to be guests of honor
Thursday evening, February 15, at a
banquet in the Fontenelle hotel. The
announcement cards bill the honored
diners as The Initiating Crew and
Hustling Committee," but that is only
their "nom de table." The board of
governors will be hosts. The first
course of the banquet will be served
at 6:30 o'clock and Samson insists
Nonsupport Figures in
Two of Three Divorce Cases
August Carlson didn't provide the
necessary provender for the house
hold. Christine Carlson alleges in a
divorce suit filed in district court, and
she wants her freedom.
Cecelia M. Wavra is suing Frank
Wavra for divorce on grounds' of al
Georgia E. Whitmire would be
freed from Thomas C. Whitmire. She
alleges cruelty and nonsupport.
Police Hunt Man Whose
Goal is Fifty Thousand
"My goal is $50,000 in the next ten
days for the Belgian relief fund," read
the cards which "J. E. Carsens" had
printed at the plant of Mangum & Co.
If "J. E. Carsens" will please try to
collect money from the police depart
ment his goal will be gaol for a while.
Already there is a warrant out for
his arrest, charging him with intent
to obtain money under false pre
tenses. Officials of the Belgian relief
fund discredit him.
ALLIE MURRAY, 21, 2219 North
Twenty-eighth street who died at a
local hospital Thursday, wtll be burled
from Crosby' chapel Saturday after
noon at 2 o'clock. Interment will bt
in Weat Lawn cemetery.
HERALD FRY, 8-year-old eon ot
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Fry, 4818 Charles
street, who died following a severe
attack of measles, will be burled Sat
urday at 2 o'clock. Interment will be
in Weat Lawn cemetery.
HOMER BYAR, who died at Tampa,
Fla., where he had been for some time
because ot 111 health, will be burled
from the family residence, 2418 Sew
ard street Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock. ' He la survived by a widow.
S. E. GREEN8LATE, 622 South
Forty-first street, who died Wednes
day, waa burled at 2 o'clock from his
late home. Rev. C. E. Cobbey of the
First Christian church officiated. In
terment waa in the West Lawn ceme
tery. PETER WEYER, for many years a
resident of aouthern Oage county,
died Viesday night at his home near
Barneston, after a brief illness of
paralysis. He waa 73 yeara of age and
leaves a uidow and family of children,
J. A. FULLER, aged 60 yeara, who
died Thursday morning, will be burled
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
hla late home, 4004 Harney street,
liev. Dr. DeLarme will officiate. Inter
ment, private, will be In Forest Lawn
DR. WILLIAM MABON, auperln
tendnnt of tho Matteawan state hospi
tal for the Insane since 1906, died at
New York City from pneumonia Fri
day. He waa one of the beat known
alienists in this country and waa chief
alienist for the state In the Thaw ease.
MRS. JOSEPH MEYER, probably
the oldest woman In Oage county,
died at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Phillip Graff, four miles west of
Beatrice, aged 94 years. She was a
native of Germany, and had been a
resident of Nebraska for nearly forty
yeara She la survived by five children.
MRS. HILMA DOYLE, 43, died
Thursday at her home, 8828 Parker
street of tuberculosis. She la sur
vived by a husband, Irvtn J. Doyle,
and two children, Irvln, aged 12, and
Helen, lb; and a sister, Mrs. Amanda
Jones ot Falrbury. Mrs. Doyle waa a
resident of Omaha all her life and was
active In churoh work. The funeral
will be held from the family residence
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with
Interment at the Prospect Hill ceme
tery. MRS. MARIE PAKES, a resident
of Omaha for twenty-five years, died
Thursday afternoon at the home of
her son, Frank Pakes, 419 North Thirty-first
street Mrs. Fakes was born
In Bohemia aeventy-seven year ago,
coming to this country in 1892. Be
sides her son, Frank, she la survived
by two daughters, Mrs. Anna Vachal
and Mrs. Marie Rybln, and twelve
grandchildren, all of Omaha. The
funeral will be held from the resi
dence of her son Saturday afternoon
at 2:30. Interment will be In the Bo
hemian National cemetery.
D. Homethlns for Year Cold.
At the Ant sign of s eousb or cold toUo
Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honoy, Tou won't .lif
ter lona. - l&o. - All drurgl.t.- -Ad.
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