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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15. 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
New t-r. strictly mod. home: oak ftntih.
full hutment; ale cor. lot. i pmved at,;
1 hlk, to oar; high, oifrhtty location. In
Bemia park district. An uoumuU value
at 13,850. Beet terms.
HERE'S A DANDT HOME SNAP.
5 -room cottaps, mod. ex. ht. ; level lot,
bam, trees, shrubbery, paved street, etc.;
every t hint; In best repair; close la, near
27th and Poppleton. Only 12.400, and on
terms you can easily nanaie.
Another home b&nraln you can't beat:
NEW DUNDEE BUNOAL.OW. frame
and stucco. 8-r.. strictly mod., all duui
In features; complete la every detail; oak
throughout; nice, level lot; soutn ironi;
garage and cement drive; paved street;
blk to car, near 48th and Underwood.
Snap at 94,800; best terms.
M'KITRICK REAL ESTATE CO.,
Realtors, 316 Ram Re Bid.
Douglas 1483 or Tyler 8140 J.
$250 CASH, $30 PER MO. will buy a classy
new bungalow of b-r. and bath, oak
finish, with oaK floors, rooms an decor
ated, best of fixtures, full basement, fur
mcp. east front lot. IK block to car.
Cheap at 18,460, owner must sell, will take
$8,100; would consider rora auto or gooa
bulldinff lot as first payment.
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 72L
WEST KAHNAM, stucco, 1-r., modern. Lot
value, $5,000; house value, t4.t0t. All for,
(MOV., lit No. 38th Ave. Doug. 3147.
$250 CASH, $31.60 per mo., will buy a brand
new buncalow of 6-r. and bath; strictly
mod., oak finish, with oak floors; hlgh-
rrade fixtures, full basement, furnace; lot
50x130 ft.; 1 blk. to car, 3 hike, to school
house; worth $3,360. Owner must sell, so
will take $2,800. Let us show you this
RAMP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
Five rooms, strictly modern, finished In
Oak. Located at 392S N. Sfith St Pries
$3,160. Terms. Will take a mall cottage
NORRIS A NORRTS.
400 Bee Building. Phone Ponglai Q7T
FIVE-ROOM cottage. Vot 27x160 ft Inquire
608 Poppleton Ave. Cheap for cash, owner.
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT
Living room, den, dining room, kitchen
and Dan try on 1st floor; two nice bed
rooms and bath on 2d floor; living rooms
finished In oak, brand new, entirely mod
ern, nice east front lot. all sodded, cem
ent basement and walks, paved street.
close to school. Price only 3,uu; ?iou
down, balance monthly.
C G. CARLBERG,
812 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
"BRAND NEW BUNGALOW.
Living room, dining room, kitchen, pan
try, three bed rooms and bath all on one
floor; stair way to atue; living rooms iin
ished In oak; full cement basement; all
modern corner lot, paved street; close to
school and in Hanacom park? district.
Price $3,760; $300 down, balance monthly.
C G. CARLBERG,
$12 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
' CLOSE IN
Laves Uvttl room, dlstnf room, kltobu
m first Doors throo tar bedroom, u4
katb on second floor; oak finish and oak
noon; Mllt-I bookcases and ballet; fall
basement; tmruteod tnrnaos; east froal
lot; paved treat: fine location. Prtos
ta.SM. Term ,
SCOTT AND MILL CO.,
Dong. 100$. Ground Fir McCague Bldg.
THE GREATEST GAIN 68, 7M
In paid want-ads aver made by any
Omaha paper, is the record of THB
OMAHA BEE for 116. , , ,
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATI
Modern to the minute, ranging In pries
frewn $3,000 to $6,000, on large plots, re
fined surroundings and every known 1m
provement and convenience: for sale at
your own terms, exclusively by the
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
4126 S. 24th St Phone South 1247.
Fine location, east front, paved street,
k rooms, hardwood floors and finish, eloes
to school and car. JA bargain at $3. MS.
Easy terms Call' owner Otttg -17l.
FIVE rooma, new, oak finish, fully deco
rated, all modern, etc. I2,75: $200 cash,
balance monthly. Doug. 33.
NEW bungalow, also 8-r. and gardening;
your terms and price; tnv. with $400, rent
t houses (cost $3,600). $2,600. P. 1107.
J. B. ROBINSON. Real Estate and Insur
anca. 442 Bee Dldg. Douglas 8097.
R. 8. TRUMBULL,
513 World-Harald Bldg. P. 1734.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
LOT in West Lawn addition, 60x132 feet
, 6 2d and Woodland Ave. $20 down; 76c a
week. Price $310; no Interest or taxes for
2 years. Phone Walnut 3614.
SEE THESE LOTS!
If you want to make an Investment that
wi,U surely make money for you. Thin
corner lot, 130x124, will give you room
to build three cottages that could sell or
rent at once. These lots are only two
blocks from the car line, havel water and
sldowalks. The owner's price is very
reasonable. Address of lota, southeast
corner of 40th and Camden Ave. Ves!
Tou can buy these lota on payments.
CREIGH, SONS & COMPANY,
Douglas 200. Realtors. BOS Bee Bldg.
AFTER looking at MINNB LU8A. 300 dif
ferent buyers dodder", that it was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment ' by buying lots.
IF TOU will come- ont today you will
understand why. the others sxe buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
748 Omaha Nat. Bank: Bldg. Tyler 17.
TUB UKslATaUl UA1N tg.7IS
in paid wanted, ever mad. by any
Omana paper la tbe reoord of THE
OMAHA BUB for ltle.
BEST RKSIII.TS I.OWE8T RITB.
A B0NAF1DE '
From $4,500 to $3,000 ,
On 4 Acres Improved
In Keystone Park
We offered this at $4,500 last year, but
property haj changed hands and owner
absolutely says sell in thirty days.
Uoed S-reom house, electric lights,
rough plumbing; good well; poor barn;
one-half In alfalfa. Pine, high, sightly
location. Call Tyler 60 and ask for Mr.
HASTINGS & HEYD EN (Realtors),
. 114 HABNBT ST.
REAL ESTATE -B'nes Pr'pty
Down Town Business
This is a three-story brick building In
established retail district, with stores be
low and flats above; located ltt blocks
from Ifth and Harney Sta,; lot 00x132 ft
Under lease to good tenants for $0,240
per year. Price only $26,000 for long time
leasehold. Desirable terms. Pays nearly
10 per cent on purchase uric.
George & Company,
M City National Bank Bldg. '
Phone IMugla. 164.
FOB BALD Reasonable. FILLING! STA
TION AND NECE88ARY EQUIPMENT.
Excellent location for amall garage and
repair abop. Low rent. Address Box 1111,
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
. IKAUtAGE. -
44-lotl acres C S. t 11 trackage al
Ulbsoa. suitable tor Industry desiring
larga area with low price. Also have I
acres beautifully located on boulevard. a
B. part without trackage W L. Seiby
Hone Kelln Rldg
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
Screenings li. 50 10. A.W.Wagner, Ml NTttn
REAL ESTATE Investment
A Good Buy
Full lot, right down town, with brick
improvements, paying 7H per cent net on
the full price. This property has a specu
lative value In addition to a safe, steady
income. $8,000 cash, or possibly less, will
handle for a quick deal.
GLOVER & SPAIN
Doug. 3962. Realtors. $19 City Nat'l Bk. Bldg,
$7f.000 income 13 per cent, one yeai old
very fine location; mortgage ,26,000 and
will aoeept 120,0ft in trade; balance
ceso or negotiate papers.
IVmgtat 1313 CUy Net'l Bank Bldg
LET your money earn T PER CUNT In
Home Builders' $1.00 shares. Cash divi
dends Jan. 1st and July 1st. Secured by
morteasps on new homes. Non-Dartlcl-
pattng Preferred Shares Guaranteed T per
cent now ready. Offices, 17th and Douglas.
EAL ESI A I E--To Exchange
THE GREATEST GAIN M.7IS
In nald want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper. Is the record of TU a
UAt An A KKB I0r 191.
BEST RESirLTS LOW EST RATS
'OH SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Improved 160-acre farm, it ml from Bea
trice, about 120 acres under cultivation.
RCFER REALTT CO.,
680 Brandeis Bldg.
NONRESIDENT," what have you? Six-room
house. 5 years old. Strictly modern, uar
age. Northwest. Owner, Smith, Room 008,
WE bave some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb or Iowa land Edward V
Williams Co., OmMha Nat'l Bank Bldg
REAL ESTATE Suburban
START YOUR HOME IN BENSON.
" BUT THS LOT, ,
$10.00 dowo and $1 00 per month; prlo
$200 00; site. l0xl 28; located on Locus'
St., between Clark and Bar bam, not far
from school and oar line, Geo B, Wright.
Bee Office, Omaha
5019 Burt Street 4 rooms, including
nice sunroom, on the first floor and 3 ex
ceptionally large and well-arranged bed
rooms on the second floor. The interior
arrangement of this house and the finish
of same is exceptionally attractive, lo
cated on a full lot, with good garage and
driveway, 2 blocks from Dundee car line
and convenient to school.
SI6-7-S Omaha Nat.
SEV'UKAL .' ioia, building restriction. II,
696.00. Adjoining Happy Hollow Circle.
Ilul on to SIMM....
W L SKI.BV SONS, Doug. 1111.
WANTS AN OFFER.
Owner leaving state must sell 7Vj acre.
Improved, near Florence; la asking 12,000.
F. D. .VEAD, 110 8. llth St. D. 171.
I26U ACHiS. acreage sold; I tracts left at
8et Last ousnce.. Call Nelbaway. Flo
. , South Side, i
A GENTLEMAN'S HOME
A stately, spacious mansion on I2d Ave.,
overlooking Hanseom Park.-with II large
airy rooms. 1 fire planes, ateam heat and
Innumerable closets and pantries. Tor,
raced plot, 111x176 feet ' Prloe. 111,101.
Only 12,600 cash required. For sale only
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4126 South 14th St. Phone South 1147.
MEDIUM PRICED HOMES.
On the South Side, on full-olied lots,
ranging from H.tno to S,o in different
localities, with ail city, lmprovetoenu,
, near school, and churches; can be bought
from us on a small cash payment.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
4126 8. 14th St. ' Phone South 1247
We have a large oumbet of small bouse,
with I to 4 rooma. raogtag In prion from
1600 to 11,1011, on full slsed lots, which
we can sell at your own terms.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4126 S. 24tb St Phone South 1247.
Well improved Will take good Ounge
low as part payment,
& P 30STW1CK St SON,
Tyler 16,4 100 Bee Bldg
BUILD YOUR NEST
TO SUIT YOURELF.
We have just the place to build
' It, A flue one-acre tract all in al
falfa, lays high and sightly, just
slopes enough to drain well. Owner
wants cash and will sell at a sacrl
k flee for a quick sale. Price only '
-. BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
101S-U W. O. W, Bldg. D. 348.
SMALL ACREAGE FOR RKNT.
74 acres, North Omaha; gardening dis
trict, 4 -room house; barn, hog house, etc,
Tyler 16 JO. 233 Rose Bldg
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WAN1WL 4. 6 and . roomed bouses tbar
can bs sold for 10 cash, balance lib per
month; send complete description Drst
VV. FAKNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Karnam. Tel. Dong. 1004.
LIST your $ and 6 -room bouses with us
WK SELL THEM OS BURNS REALTY
CO Doug 1471 .
I WILL buy a good Dundee home, six to
eight rooms, for cash; west. of Hh and
east of 6 2d Box 807, Oman Bee.
Real Estate, lxans, Mortgages.
v (0n Serving our Investors forM
v O years without a loss Is our rec
ord in hanuiing first laortgagas on pro
ductive Nebraska farms Our loans run
In amounts from $.W to 126.000. - We
collect all interest and principal free oi
KLOKB INVESTMENT COMPANY,
146 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
CITY and farm loans pro ptly made. Rates
fi, anjp S per cat,.. Reasoaable oom
UNITED STATES TRbST CO.,
til South 17th. Omaha, Neb.
City and Farm Loans
5, ft to and 6 per cent Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H. Dumont A Co., 41-1 Keellne
Bldg., 17th and Harney.
I PER CENT to it per cent on best class city
residences In amount 12,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PET SIRS TRUST CO.. 1821 Karnam St,
THE GRhiATtiST GAIN -68,7141 -In
paid want ads ever made by any
Omaha paper Is the record of TUB
OMAHA BEE tor lilt.
BttST RE8ULT8 LOWEST RATS.
1L100 MORTGAGE bearing 6 "4 per cent
seml-ann., secured by property valued at
16.000, Talmage-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W.
STANDARD 8KCURITT AND
I WEAD BLDG. 18TH AND FAR NAM.
SHOPEN si CO., PRIVATE MONET,
1600.000 to loan on Omaha real estate or
Central Neb. land.
W. L. flelbey A Hons, KeeHne Bldg.
MONET to loan on improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Klok inv. Co.; Omaha.
RELIABLE Insurance, See O Nell's Real
Estate and Insurance Agency. 031-0 Bran
rels Theater Tel. Tyler 1014,
MONET on and
tor city and
farm loans H. W
National Bauk Bldg.
Binder. City .
INSURANCE. Fire, Tornado. Automobile.
See Orlmmel. H4l Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
CITY , - GARVIN BROS,
LOANS ; Urn Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Real Estate, Loam, Mortgageg. .
M0NKY-HAKRI8ON . MORTON.
1 11 Omaha Nau Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES. BAST NKB FARMS.
O KKEFE R B CO.. llll Omaha Nat'l.
Tahm and city loans, and f per centT
W H Thomas. Keellne Bldg Doug 1648.
WORLD REALTY CO., X"1"
CITT sod farm loana. lowest ratea.
E. H. LOUUEB. Inc. U KeoUna Bldg.
Real Estate. Loans. Mortgages,
1100 to 110.000 niade promptly. F D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., !Hih and Famam Sta.
LOW RATES. C. O CARLBERG, 111
Brandos Theater Bldg. D. 616.
NO DEI.AT In closing loans W. T. araham.
104 Bee Bldg.
Abstracts of Title.
Tfarr Title. Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
1VCI1 06 8 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and lna. Co.
REED' ABSTRACT-C0.7oldMt' abstraol of
fice in Nebraska. 204 Brandela Thsater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panles. 044 Brandeis Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
MONEY TO LOAN
COULD YOU USE
134.00 $:40.00 OR MORS.
If you could get it at a very low rats
of Interest and where you would be pro
tected from high rates and uniair treat
Why deal with a company that docs not
treat your deal with utmost privacy.
We do not advertise misleading rates
and we give you a contract book showing
Just what you are charged for the loan
and the amount ( of each payment per
Our bond and license protects yon be
sides we havo been In business twenty-five
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
S40 Paxton Blk. Tel. Douglas 2196.
FURNITURE, pianos, Ind notes as security.
KOO-mo rl. H gds., total cost, 13. o0;
140 " indorsed notes, total cost, 12.10,
Smaller, larger am ts.. proportionate rata
PROVIDENT LOAN HOC LETT.
Organized by Omaba Business Men,
432 Rose Bldg 16th srd Famam Ty Hi
i n Dla. Otoss. 410 N. 16th. R. 08L
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
HA1SU ALPALKA IN FLORIDA tNatal
Havl ttals wlntes First cutting. 00 days:
tt0 to IHO annually on t0 land. Ill
Pax'in Blk Walnut s:7 levenlnasi
160 ACRES of best Arkansas valley land
joining Garden city. Kan.; so acres wneat.
In tine shape; 40 acres alfalfa; good Irri
gating plant; all In fine shape to make
moncs; will sell cheap, according to others
of same quality and location) walking dis
tance or 4,ooo high scnool ma caurvbe.
Address T. Hatch, Clmmeron, Kan.
FOR SALE CLOVER-LAND FARMS.
Orains thrive. Drouth, hall unknown.
itoot crops, dairying, grazing. Ideal, Fine
roads, market; 143 growing days. Aver
age killing frosts October 3. Terms easy
Oeorge RowelL jr., 18 Bacon Blk.. Mar
MINNESOTA STATE SCHOOL LANDS The
state of Minnesota will offer early tn
March, 00. 000 acres of her choice State
School and University lands at prices
ranging from $6 to $10 per acre. These
lands will be sold in tracts of 40 acres
and upwards. A cash payment of about
12 per acre is required; the balance- may
be paid on or before 40 years, with In
terest at 4' per cent per annum. For fur
ther information call or write M. T. Bayer,
purchasing .,Agent, -313i, Nicollet. Ave.,
j . , Missouri .Lands. vs
SMALL MO, Fann-iH cash and IS month
ly: ne interest or taxes: highly ioroduatlve
land; close to S big markets. Write for
photographs and run information. Manger,
A-110 N. Y. Life Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo.
OR15AT BARGAINS V down, 15 m ntnly
bays 40 acres, good fruit and poultry
land, near town. Southern. Missouri.. Price
only 1200. Address Box 8Q, Excelsior
Springs, Mo. o-'t- ' 'i j.
Nebraska Lands. '
THE BON tfoISST OF THl BON TON.'.
160acre(, improved, good neighborhood,
ideal paying, mile to high achool, 12
grades, and several churches,, etc. 4 mile
of qarldy town, on transcontinental auto
route, handy to Omaha. If you are extra
particular as to location and lay of land.
If you want something extra choice, then
do not fall to see this as THIS IS OOLD
DOLLARS. Price only 110 per acre tor
short time only, then not on the market
at any price; The owner does not need
your money, hence liberal terms, but you
need this farm. This farm stands a good
Increase. It Is well worth $226 per acre
today and will eventually be worth $800
to $400 per. Goes for $190, March 1st pos
session. Do not write but wire as to
when you will be here.
ORIN, S. MERRILL COMPANY,
N. E. Cor. 23d and M 8ts South Omaha.
100 ACRBS. - 3 miles from Gordon. Neb., 10
acres plowed, 70-&0 acres plowable; 'also
contains sand pit yielding $g to $10 dally.
Well' Improved; liouse, barn;' cattle shed,
well, windmill and cave. Mortgaged for
$550 due in J years at 6 per cent. Owner
'will take $2,500 and assume mortgage.
Possession March 1. Box Y 850, Bee.
WE FARM the farm we sell you.
TUB UUNQtiRFOKD POTATO GROWERS
Co-operative Potato Farming,
IBth and Howard Sta., oppcslte Auditorium
Wli.'j tand madtf dry enougn for crops or
no pay. Is our way of draining land. No
tract too large or too weu tiumrsn.es
Drainage Co,. Oakland. Neb.
ONE-HALF' sec'tion Buffalo Co. com and
alfalfa land, value of lraprovementaover
' $6,000; finu" Ircation; $00 er acre; deal
witb6wner., Box Y 840. Omaha Bee.
$40 A. GOOD landrsome improvements, tn
Logan Cp-, Neb., all clear, to sell lor $6 an
acre. Thin Is a REAL SNAP.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
121-30 City Nat, Doug. 882.
For SAL.U Best large body bigb grade
medium priced, land in Nebraska; very
little money . reouired. , C. Bradley. Woi
nach. Nb. ....
WE OWN 150,000 ACRES.
$7.50 tQ $25.00 per acre.
GRIMMER LAND CO.,
Marinette, -Wisconsin. '
, A CATTLEMAN'S PARADISE.
- 1,700-ACRH RANCH.
Located In tbe far-famed Laramie val
ley, Wyoming, close to the eity of Lara
mie, the educational center of Wyoming.
The State university Is located here; also
the state experimental stock farm. This
place has telephone and free rural de
livery. This ranch will run 10,000 sheep;
Is all fenced, and Is one of the best im
proved ranches in the stats. Price only
$9 per acre; owner selling on account of
BIO 4 REALTY CO.,
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg. D, I4S0.
GK-VERNMENT LANDS- Many thousand
acres, agricultural and timber, In Oregon
and California, railroad grant lands, will
beT opened to homestead and sale; large
sectional map and entry modifications,
.n formation about county soils, products,
climate, rainfall, elevations, etc., postpaid,
$1. Con lan A Co., 234 North llth St,,
THH GREATEST GAIN 61.718
In Paid Want-ads ever made by sn
Omaha paper, Is- the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1110.
BEOT RESULTS LOWEST RATE.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, maga
stnes. We collect. We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4126 and our wagon will call. Call
and Inspect our now home, U10-IUX-U14
MISS LARSON Baths, massage and mani
curing. Scalp and facial massage. Blasts
Institute. 1606 Harney fit D. 7017. Open
svenlngs and Sundays,
PRIVATE home for Invalid and sick pea-
pie. nonn, a trail OU iJOliax. 1184,
MISS LILLY Bath, massags. 1322 fax
nam Ht. Phone Doug. 2410.
LUBLLA WEBSTER, massage and maol-
curing. 61 h Pax ton Blk. Red 1400.
MISS S. BENJAMIN, manicuring, facial.
scalp treatment. Hlaala lna. 1606 Harney.
MISS NASH 13 HUGH AN, scientific masseuse
and oaths. 203 Karbacb Blk. Red 172?.
ALL Right Private Maternity Home. 10 U
Miami St. Webster 2901.
SCIENTIFIC massage. 620 Bee Bldg. Phons
Douglas S37J, ;
E. BROTT-Magnellc massage"! 2Tm"rng
MI3S LILLY, ma'ea., chiropody. U22 Farnam.
Manicuring and maas. 16-3 Faruaui. Bm. 11-
USED CAR DEPT.
Douglas 3aro, 3047-41 Farnam.
Overland Touring and Roadsters.
Terms If desired.
Prompt attention given to all Interested
ojt-oz-town ou: era.
AUTO CHARING HOUSE
1301 Farnam 8L Douglas 1310.
1116 Bulck Roadster.,... ..Sacrifice
1114 Saxon Roadater 1360
1911 Hupmoblle Saorldce
llll Sterns Knight Sort(lc.
Cash rebate on your auto Insurance pol
loy If your car la equipped with
Phona Douglas 1317. 894 Brandeis Bldg.
11911 'PAIonT e'leetrie squippsdT' $I1S. "
11914, -k0 Maxwell speedster, $400,
Several second-hand Franklins.
TELL A U INKLE Y,
1311 Harney St D. 1ST.
AUTOMOBILE OWNERS A membership
with us entitles you to tree car inspec
tion, cleaning, repairing, ete. Further in
formation, address Auto Savings Co.. Oen
WE will trade you a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO..
10th and, Harney, Douglas I1IL
2 IN 1 VUL. CO.,
161$ Pa von port St.
60 Per Cent Saved on Year Tire Expense.
PArtTY leaving city will dispose of Hudson
automobile and player piano, at sacrifice,
inquire New San ford Hotel, Room 614.
D. 444a. CRfcST6wNTa7age7lir
St., parts r II' p 20, Apperson '09 and
'11, OJds 11. I .axons. $2, etc.
WILL pay CASH FOR several used TWO
CYLINDER CARS. Phone Harney 1701
ana ask. tor juhn.
1914 Hupmobile roadster at bargain; dec
trie lights, self-starter. Call Harney 419tS.
BKRTSCHY "Kan-Flx-It." Southeast cor
ner 10th and Harney Sis, Douglas 2662.
CASH for any Ford WebsteTTllI evenings
Rq 74Q1 daya
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 3010 .Har
ney St.. Tyler 666.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Bayad offer, 110 N. 18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service,
prices right. 111 S. 19th. D. 7110,
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HARLEY-DA VIDSON MOTORCYCLES Bar
gains In used machine Victor Rooa, "The
Motorcycle Man." 1701 Leavenworth
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
NOTICE to the farmers. Pair of farm marefe
with a good inch and a quarter harness.
7 and 8 years old; weight 2,300 lbs., I3ti0.
Also a team of mules 7 and 8 years old.
weighing 2,500 lbs., $140. One good single
driving horse for sale. 1810 Mason St.
BARGAIN for cash; 10 big farm mares,
span mules. Lady Owner, 1127 Douglas St.
FARM LAND WANTED
"RAI'CHES, Farm Lands, bought, sold, e
cnangeo. a, m, ana it. ju. uoatgomery.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Irenaeus Snuler, et al, to Thomas J.
Craig, Forty-third street, 40 feet
south of California street, west aide,
43.4x100 I 1
W. L. Rose and wife to John Huffman,
Chicago street, 166 feet east of
Twenty -seventh avenue, north side,
Leona R. Dillon and husband to Jens ,
P, Jeppesen. Leavenworth street, 92
feet east M Fifty-third avenuet
nortH Bide, 46x130 1
Benjamin F. Marshall and wife to
Carl H. Nordman and wife, "X" ,
street, 100 feet west of Forty-third
street, south side, 60x111 1,100
Marren K. Sorensen and husband to
Vogel Investment Co., northwest
corner .Twenty-third and Burt street, -44x112
Hastings A Heyden to Ella C. Lauder,,
jfiriy-rirst street, 200 feet south of
Burdette, east side, 60x121 ....... ..21
Q: H. Payne, trustee, and wife to
Ella C, Lauder, southeast corner
Fifty-first-- and Burdette, 60x128 ... 1
Provident Real Estate Co., to William '
Hughes, Fifty-first street, 200 feet
north of Francis, east side, 60x127 tt 155
Arthur Rhoadea- and wife to Barton
Welch, Poppleton avenue, 60 feet
east of Forty-ninth avenue, south
side, 60x109 ., . s
James Edmunds to Mildred E. Barrett,
Tntrty-wtn street, z&t feet north of
Grand avenue, west side, 40x120 .... 1.300
Barker Co., to Jennie Burroughs,
northwest corner Forty-second and
Marcy streets, 44x101 1
Agnes UJcik and husband to R. C.
Person, linogene avenue, Benson, 180
feet north of Military avenue, west
side, 66x221 2,000
Lucy C. Lindsay and husband to Wll- .
Ilam E. Busby, Dewey avenue, 70
feet west of Twenty-ninth strut,
south side, 86x69 2,100
Mattle L.- Moores and husband to As B.
Jaqulth, Capitol avenue, 200 feet
west of Fffty-drst street south aide,
60H19 . . . ..... .... . i. 1
Joseph N. Snltaer to Brick Frost, Burt
street. 120 feet west of Twentieth
street north aide, 80x122 1
Home Real Estate A Investment Co.)
to Laurtls Chrtstensen, northwest
corner Sixteenth and Canton. 60x63 U 1
Jeff W. Bedford A Son, Inc., to Stuart
a. jonnaion, souinwesi, comer 1 nir-ty-fourth
avenue and Sprague, 42x120 1
Persls B. Smith and husband to Abe
Mtzel. Charles street, 130 feet east o.
Twenty-fourth street, , north side,
John B. Klausne and wife to Charles
P, Traver, southwest corner Twenty
fifth avenue and- Dodge street,
74.126x88 ... .;.,.,..;,..,... 1
O. P. Shoff and wife la Lula N.
Jerome, Templeton street, 394 foet
west of Twenty-fourth street, south
side. 60x132 " 1
Lula N. Jerome to Vslnorg Margretha
Kahler, Templeton street. 394 feet
west of Twenty-fourth Street south
side, 50x182 1
Nellie E. Pulver and husband to Percy
R. White, Davenport street, 250 feet ,
went of Fiftieth street, south side,
Mary Burkart to Anna Doerwald. ,
Twenty-fifth street, 66. S3 feet port
of Leavenworth street, west" side,
83.4x182; northwest corner Twenty
first and Monroe street. South
Omaha, 42x130 V. 1
. Robert Anderson and wife, et al, '
to Adolph Von Dollen, California
street, 423 feet esst of Thirty-sixth
street, north side, 48x143 1
STOCKHOLDERS' MEET I NO.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of The Bee Publishing Company will be
held at the offlos of said company, Omaha,
Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. m., on Monday,
March 6th, 1917, for the election of the
Board of Directors for the ensuing year
and for tbe transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly come before the meet-
By order or tne rresiaeni.
N. P. FE1L. Secretary. .
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
Notice Is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
South Platte Laud Company will be held
st the office of said Company, Room 701,
First National Bank Building, Lincoln, Ne
braska, st 11 o'ciock a. m.. on tne .seventh
day of March A. D., 1917. . ,
Lincoln, nenraava, aiarcn eta, hit,
C. li. MORRILL, President
. W. TURNER, Secretary and Treasurer.
Charles Sherman Will s
Build Store Buildings
Bids are to be opened February 20
op the job of constructing the' solid
block front of two-story store build
ings for Charles R. Sherman, between
Thirty-fifth avenue and Thirty-sixth
street on Farnam. Architect Raaoke is
receiving bids. The cast ninety feet
will be nttca up lor a service depart
ment and show room for the Coad-
Marsh people, who will handle auto
mobiles. The next forty feet west are
to be occupied by a moving picture
show. The ninety feet on the 'west
are to be occupied by a scries of
stores. The construction is to he of
brick, concrete and terra cotta. Work
may be started early m the spring.
LOVE AND ILLNESS
Methodist Pastor Harries Here
With Sick Daughter and
Then He Marries.
MISS SUNQSBY IS BRIDE
A hurried trip to Omaha to place
his 15-ycar-old daughter, Fay, in a
hospital for an operation (or ap
pendicitis did not prevent Rev. J.
Bruce Wylie, pastor of the Methodist
church at Winside, from heing mar
ried on Wednesday. The bride, Miss
Mabel Slingsby, of Arcadia, came to
Omaha to have the wedding per
formed here instead of at Winside,
so the couple were able to carry out
their intention on the day originally,
As the day for the ceremnoy ap
proached plans for it were clouded
by the ilfness of the pastor's daugh
ter, whose mother died years ago. But
when a successful operation was per
formed Tuesday at the Methodist hos
pital here the minister and his
betrothed decide to go ahead with
the wedding and she came to Omaha.
Rev. E. K, Hosman officiated at the
ceremony, which was performed Wed
nesday noon at the Walnut Hill Meth
odist church. Rev. Mr. Hosman is
superintendent of the Norfolk district
of the Methodist church, in which the
groom's pastoral charge is located.
Rev. Mr. Hosman was formerly in
charge of the Walnut Hill church
here , Only close relatives witnessed
the wedding. ,
Rev. and Mrs. Wylie are registered
at the Keen hotel and will go to
Winside this morning.
Realtors Give Creigh
A Handsome Carving Tray
A. I. Creigh, for five years secretary
of the Omaha Real Estate exchange,
was presented with a handsome Shef
field carving tray by the Omaha Real
Estate board, the newly incorporated
organization which succeeds the old
exchange. Mr. Creigh gave up the
secretaryship when the new organiza
tion was formed.
The first of the auctions to be held
by the Omaha Real Estate board is
to be the last Wednesday of this
month, in the Commercial club rooms.
Certain properties will be listed for
auction, and the meeting will be an
open one. Anyone may bid, but the
bid must be made through a realtor.
The word "Realtor," it was said, has
been gaining great Momentum since
the members of the board adopted it
as the term to designate the members
of their profession or business. Many
persons seeking to list property with
some real estate concern are writing
for lists of the realtors. .
The Hiatt company was elected to
membership in the board.
Steel Sheds to Be Built
Over Road in Snow District
Work is now under way on costly
steel construction snow sheds on the
Union Pacific at Rock River, Wyo.,
according to announcement by Gen
eral Manager W. M. Jeffers. The
work is being ruined and will prevent
a recurrence of the recent snow
blockade, which delayed trains there
for a considerable time.. . I
Two and one-half miles ,of vine
roofed and sided steel work at Rock
River will cost the Union Pacific thou
sands of dollars, but will guarantee
freedom from all delays by snow at
that point in the future, Manager
Jeffers says. During the recent block
ade the snow which fell naturally at
Rock River was not bad, but snow
from Elk mountain, twenty-five miles
away, was drifted deep over the road's
tracks and Manager Jeffers lived on a
rotary snow plow for a week directing
the reopening of the line.
Predicts Great National
Drama for This Country
Granville Barker, English play
writrhf arinr and. nrnducer. SDeaks
at the Fontenelle' Monday at 4
o'clock under the joint auspices of
the Drama league and Tine Arts' so
ciety. In advance of his, coming Miss
V, MMi,(yh nrrairlrnt nf the
Drama league, lectured on "The
Madras House, one ot nis piays.
Tuesday at the Blackstone.
"I predict that in fifty years Amer
ica will bave developed a great na
tional drama," says Barker. "All
signs point to a drama from this
country unequaled now in Europe,"
is his sanguine prophecy. ,
Auto Bandit Gets Stiff
Sentence from Judge Sears
James Murphy, the second of a
trio of alleged automobile bandits
which figured in a "feign of terror"
in Omaha last month, pleaded guilty
to highway robbery before Judge
Sears of the district court and was
sentenced to from three to fifteen
years in the ; state penitentiary.
Charles Fisher, another member of
the band, was found guilty by a jury
last week. He will be sentenced lat
er. The third alleged auto highway
man, Pete Baltzer, said by the police
to have been the driver of the' car, is
to be tried on the same charge in
the near future.
MRS. ELIZA BETH WELLS, wife
of Dr. H. L. Wells of West Point, died
at the family home Wednesday of
acute throat trouble. Hhe had been
HUfterlna; greatly for Home months and
her death watt not unexpected. She
leaves a husband and four children,
one of whom Is a cadet at the United
States Military academy at Went Point,
N. Y. Another 1 principal of the
schools at Carter, S. D. Mrs. Weils
was the eldest daughter of the late
judge H. D. Readlnger. She was
cloaeiy Identified during her whole
life with the best efforts in the Chris
tian and social life of the community.
She was a member of the Congrega
MRS. CHARLOTTE NEtT, widow of
Fred U Neu, aged 80 years, died at
her home southeast of Avoca, Sunday,
of old age. Mr. and Mrs. Neu located
In Otoe county in 1866, where they
have since resided. She is survived
by five children, Henry F. Neu of
Table Rock, Neb.; Magdalena plllen,
Orleans. Neb.: Mrs.. Elizabeth Patter
son, Lincoln, Neb.; F. .L. Neu, Univers
ity Place, Neb., and Mrs. Amelia An
derson, Douglas, Neb.
Tired, Aehioc Muaclea Bsllavad.
Sloan s Llnlm.nt. lightly applied, a little
quiet, and your aoreness disappears like
maclc. Oct a lie botlla today. , All dras-stsls.-AdferlleomenL.
, TO HIGHSCHOOL LAD
Seventh Death from This Dis
ease Since the First of the
' Present Year.
FUNERAL ON THURSDAY
Walter Kocper, 17-year-old pupil of
High School of Commerce, suc
cumbed to cerrebro-spinal meningitis
Tuesday afternoon. This was the
seventh death from this disease since
January 1. Mr. Koeper attended
school as usual last Friday, and on
Saturday morning he became ill. He
was sent to a hospital, where he grew
worse until the end came in less than
He was in his second year at the
Commercial High. His former edu
cation was al! received at Saratoga
school. He was the youngest child
and only son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Koeper of 2211 Larimore avenue.
Three surviving sisters are; Mrs.
Joseph Reams of Grand Island and
Misses Emma Slid Gertrude Koeper,
who live at home.
The funeral will be held privately
at 2 p. m. oi. Thursday, with burial
at Forest Lawn cemetery.
The young man was a member of
the Boy Scout troop which meets at
Pearl Memorial Methodist church.
He was born in Omaha.
"Kidding" the shy ones, furnished
indoor sport for the Rotary club
Wednesday noon at Hotel Fontenelle.
Eight members who had consistently
endeavored to avoid speaking before
the club on an announced program,
were suddenly called upon in suc
cession to make talks.
W. L. Masterman, coffee and spice
dealer, told the Rotarians he roasts
nothing but coffee when they asked
him to tell what he thought of the
"Don't you ever give out any spice?"
they then asked. He replied, "Never."
Dr. Frank Conlin,odn to be mar
ried, was another shy one asked to
talk, but he tried to avoid it by ex
plaining that he had been doing a lot
of talking lately. He didn't have to
tell why he had been talking so much.
John McCague, jr., was chairman.
Other "shy" speakers were Lester
Hcyn, Billie Wood, George Pray,
Charles Jewell, Jack Sharp and Kurtz.
Masterman and Wood were chosen
as the "best" speakers of the bunch
and will be required to make regular
talks at the next meeting. At that
time Robert Trimble will be expected
to tell of his recent trip to Hawaii.,? .
Diving Autoist is Hurt; - -Wants
City to Settle
The city has been called upon to
pay for Harry J. Binkley's loop-the-loop
advertisement! in an automobile
in an alley between Farnam and
Douglas atreeta, west of Forty-sixth
street, on the afternoon of Febru
ary 8. V
Mft Binkley negotiated a twelve
foot' embankment with injuries to
himself and damage to the automo
bile. Louis J. Traynor, owner of the car,
also asks the city to make monetary
,mnj, tnv thi, HamaireH machinf. It
is alleged that a twelve-foot drop was
lett unprotected ty tne city.
Prisoner Falls and Ruptures
Artery Over His Eye
Blood spurted out of one of the
cells in the city jail at an early hour.
Earl Breeding, laborer of 2204 St.
Mary's avenue, had fallen on the ce
ment floor with auch force that he
ruptured an artery over his right eye.
He bled profusely until a physician
arrived. ' - , " ,
Give your Want Ad a chance to
make good. Run it in The Bee.
HAWTHORNE'S IMMORTAL CLASSIC
"THE SCARLET LETTER"
AN EPIC OF THRILLS AND THROBBING EMOTION
I PANTHEA I
I (Not a MrloJ, but a MvoB-roal ouor-
I During Enfa-mnt This Fosturo Matlaoo
BABY MARIE OSBORNE
' ' "TWIN KIDDIES" 1
America's Youngest Star
In a play which plaasas and satisfies
Aged Trusty at Poor Farm
Given Another Chance
, Admitting that he had done wrong,
Olaf Benson, aged inmate and trusty
of the county hospital, arrested for
taking morphine from the drug room
of the institution and peddling it to
inmates, was given his freedom in po
lice court. "I know I done wrong,
judge, but I want another chance,"
Carl Norgaard, an employe, who,
was arrested with Olaf Benson,
charged with inducing the aged trusty
to steal the morphine, was sentenced
to thirty days in the workhouse.
Proposes Big Prizetor
Paris, Tuesday, Feb. 13. A prize
of 500,000 francs for the crew of any
French, allied or neutral vessel which
succeeds in destroying an attacking ,
submarine is provided for in a resolu-
tion introduced in the Chamber of
Deputies today by Andre Lefcvrc.!.
The resolution says that the Germans
are attacking without distinction
ships of all nationalities, armed or
unarmed, and that this creates a new
situation which must by no means
February 15, 8:15
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