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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1917.
RilAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Now, ? rooms, Bleeping- porch, cak aft'!
birch On(h. buffo t and bookcase, beam
rt-iUiilL double Hobri, mirror doors, floored
attic, pressed brick foundation, beat ma
terial and workmanship throughout, south
front, loae to car. Beat buy lu Omaha,
0ner, DoukUb 1 52.
11.500 FOR A FIVE-ROOM HOUSE
Only ban built a tea yeara; all modern
except heat. 1160 down, balance 116
monthly. Located at IU0 Burdette St
70S Omaha Nat. Bk Bid. Phone D. UM
West Farnam District
8 roomti. alrtctly modern, practically
new, brick and ntucco house, including
nun room and uleepinK porch; hot water
mt, beautifully floUhed and decorated,
oak throughout. irarHRp for 3 cars, lot
55x122, located near 38 Lh and Caaa, com
manding a line view of the city. Price
Hiatt Company, ,
,5-7-f Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldf. Tyler 0.
$100.00 CASH. ,
Pay this aa the first payment on 3280
Kminet St., a 6-room. partially modern
houtte on a corner lot. This place la a
bargain at the price asknd on theae easy
termi. Be sure to see tha house,
CREIGH, SONS & COMPANY,
608 Bert Bldg.
Two Classy Bungalows
5 dandy rooms and bath, oak finish,
guaranteed furnace and plumbing, ele
gant lighting fixtures, very choice lota,
60x123 each, only 1 block to Amea Ave.
uar. Prices only $2,800 and $2,860. Terma
cum be arranged or good kt taken as
first payment. Let us show you these at
RASP BROS., REALTORS
gtO-12-ll Keeline Bldg. Tyler 721.
NEAR 24TH AND CAMDEN AVE.
r$300 DOWN, $27.50 A MONTH.
6-roora brand new, strictly modern bun
galow. Oak floors and oak finish. Full
cement basement, furnace heat. Lot 45x
120. On paved street. Price $3,700. If
looking for classy bungalow, brand new,
n easy terms, grab this at once.
"PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
-j637 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
" 2418 LARIMORE AVE.
6 rooms, modern except heat, newly painted
and decorated; clone to car and paved
street. Price. $2,260, balance easy pay
ments. Hastings & heyden (Realtors),
1614 HARNEY ST. TYLER 60.
T $900 SPOT CASK
will buy my $1,800 eauity in brand new,
utrlctty modern 5-room bungalow finished
In oak. No better in Omaha. Mortgage
$1,600. B. & L., 6367 N. mh St. Colfax
6-ROOM modern home; hot water heat;
good lot; pcvod street; will take used
car, value up to $5U0, as first payment.
Calt owner. Colfax 2634.
. ' NEW BUNGALOW.
Five rooms, strictly modern, finished to
Oak. Located at 3923 ti. 26th 8U Price
11,160. Terms. Will take small cottage
NORRI3 & NORRiS.
400 Bee. Building. Phone Douglas 4276.
FOR SALE Five-room house, modern ex
cept heat; paving fully paid, $2,300. 2711
Maple St. Web. 1616.
6-ROOM California bungalow; will take al
most nothing down to right party or take
lot or auto as first payment. Colfax 4133.
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT.
Living room, den, dining room, pantry
and kitchen on 1st floor, two nice bed
rooms, bath., and plenty of closets ou I'd
floor, -brand new and all modern, . full
cement basement with hot and culd water,
paved, street, CU.se to school. Located on
36th Ave. near Martha. .
C. G. CARLBRG,
310-312 BrandelS Theater Bldg.
THE GREATEST GAIN 68.71
la paid want-ads ever mad by anj
Omaha paper, to tha rword of THfl
OMAHA BEB for ml.
BEST RBSULIS LOWEST RATS
Fine location, east front, paved street,
t rooms, hardwood-floor and finish, close
to school and ear. A bargain at $3,000.
Easy terms, call owner, uiug. iias.
FIVE rooms," uew, oak finish, fully dtstso
rated, all modern, etc., $2,760: $200 cash.
balance monthly. Doug. 392.
NfilW bungalow, also . s-r. and gardening,
your terms and prloe; In v. with $400, rant,
S houses (cost $3,600), 12,600. D. 2107.
J. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate aid Inaur
, ance. 4411 Bee llldg. loug laa 07.
R, S. TRUMBULL.
411 World-Herald Bldg. O. 1724.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINNA LUSA, 3ut) dif
ferent buyers decided that it was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lota.
' ,. JF YOU wU come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES VV. MARTIN . CO.,
742 Omaha K at. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
CUMING, near 29th St., ;2 or 44 feet, muat
be sold to close estate. Grimmel, 849
On aha Nat'l Bank BKg.
- THE GREATEST GAIN 68,78
In oaid want-ad ever made by i
Omaha paper la the record of THE
OMAHA atum tor isie.
BEST KtCSTl 1PfeV L W W8T RUTH.
GARDEN lots. $82 to 1166 each. Terms $1
cash and 60 cents week. Address Box
REAL ESTATE Investments
19TH AND ST. MARY'S
Large lot, brick and frame Improve
. menu. Sure to Increase In value rapidly.
.210 Keeline Bldg.
$7ft,B0.. Income it per eenti one year old
mt Mo.Joo in uadn ' bsi.Dc.
or nagottabl. papaya.
DflmrU. 1111 CUT N.t'l Btnfr tyat.
SEE U8 FOR
, A. P. TUKEY SON.
(20 mm National Bnk Bill.
O Home Builders preforre $1 shares.
Cash dividends Tuly and January 1, You
can order by mall 1.000 to 6,000 shares at
any time. American Security Co., Fie,
Agt Omaha, .
REAL ESTATE WANTED
rt Art! WU 4. ft and 4-rouiued bouses tha'
can be sold for into cash, balance 116 pet
month; rad oomplvt description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1120 Parnam. Tel. Doug. 1044.
tasT your 6 and tt-nkm bouses with us
WE UK 1,1 I'HEM UbHORNE REAL'!
CO Ootig 1474.
. I WILL buy a good Dundee home, six to
eight rooms, for cash, west of 49th and
east of 62d. Box 207, Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
IV E have some good burnt and rents,! prop
erties for Neb. or Iowa land. Edward V
Will tarns Co.. Omaha Nat'l Bank Bide.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Located on California street betwien
6Uib and filst. Only one-half block from
car line. We have one of the most at
tractive homes in all Dundee. Big living
room ..rmnKenient wth fireplace, beamed
ceilings and built-in bookcases. Four fine
bod rooms and a bath on the second floor.
Large convenient basement with utiimual
good hec', plant and attic over the entire
house. The lot is 50x136. Buautlful shade
and shrubbery. Easy terms to the right
Tyler lasts, kbaiiivkh ssa nnae rmijr
Corner lot, on car line. In best part of
Dundee, handy to school, stores, etc
House constats of seven rooms in best of
condition; oak finish with oak floors
throughout. Double garage. 18x22, ard a
good buy at $6,600.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
119-20 Clfy National.
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive houses. Before buying
be sure and sec
GEORGE & CO.,
BAHTON Dundee borne, 95,000. 8-room, all
modern; large lawn, wltb garage. fc D.
weed, aio a. ith St.
ANNEXATION of .'luruiiue wilt incroase the
ialue of acreage. Nethaway. Florence IX.
MEDIUM PK1CED HUMES.
On toe South Sld, on full-slsed lot.,
ranging from I1.6UU to ,3,M In different
localities wltb all city Improvement.,
near .ohoola and ohurche.; can bo bought
from us on a small oash payment.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
492S 8. 14th St Phono South 1141
SMALL ACKfcAOhl 'OR HUNT,
aores, Nortb Omaha; gardening dla.
trlct, 4-room bouse; barn, bog r. ise, .U.
Tyler 1630. Kit Rose Bldg
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO RENT
When you can own a farm In the Trin
ity River Valley of East Texas, for $26
per acre. Easy terms to Actual settlers.
Our next excursion la March 6. Write, for
W. S. FRANK, ,
201 Neville Block, Omaha, Neb.
THE GREATEST GAIN- -68,716.
Jn paid want-ads ever mad. by any
Omaha y ,er, la the record t THE
OMAHA BEE for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE.
tiAifeU AU)AL.fcA iN DaUUMlDA tNatat
Hay) tola winter. First cutting, iO days;
$60 to $t0 annually on ISO land. 624
Pax 'on Blk. Walnut tlS7 (evenings).
for sale cluvek-lamd farms.
Grains thrive. Drouth, hall unknown.
Root crops, dairying, gracing, Ideal. Fine
roads, market; 13 growing days. Aver
age killing frosts October 2, Terms easy.
George Howell, Jr., 28 Bacoo Blk,, Mar
1 CAN locate, you on a 160-acre homestead
In northern Minnesota, wnere you can
prove up on your land and get your pat
ent from the U. S. government the same
day you file on It, without your living on
It or making any improvements. Address
315 Omaha, Neb.
SMALL MO. farm $io cash and $6 month
ly; no interest or taxes; highly productive
land; close to $ big markets. Write for
photographs and full Information. Muuger.
A 119 N. Y. Life Bldg.. Ka nsas City. Mo.
GREAT BARGAINS $5 down and $6
. monthly, buys 40 acres, good fruit and
poultry land, near town, southern Mis
souri. Price only $200. Addras Box 808,
Excelsior Sf.liigs, Mo.- t
SNAP FOR SALE BY OWNER.
1H0 acres Folk county, Nebraska, good
terms, 120 acres In cultivation, 40 acres
in pasture, 80 acres In wheat, looks fine;
all fenced and cross-fenced, with new oak
posts, 1 rod apart, 8 galvanized wires,
new; two wells and windmill; 4-room
house; big double corncrlb; barn for ts
horses; big haymow and granary; all
buildings uew and painted. Tbla ia a bar
gain at $12u per; land lays level; 12 ml let
southwest of Columbus, 7 miles from
Duncan and 8 mileB from Shelby. Address
J. V. Shipley, Florence, Neb, Phone Flor
WE FARM the farm we sell you.
THE HUNGERFORD POTATO GROWERS'
Co-operative Potato Fanning,
16th and Howard Sta., opposite Auditorium,
.'OK SALE best large bony high grade
medium priced land In Nebraska; vary
little money required, C Bradley, Woi
WET land made dry enough for crops or
no pay. Is our way of draining land. No
tract too large or too wet. Guarantee
Drainage Co., Oakland, Neb.
WE OWN 150,000 ACRES.
$7.50 to $25.00 per acre.
Reasonable terms. (
GRIMMER LAND CO.,
GET a farm home In rich corn and clover
belt of northwestern Wiaconaln along new
Sop line, 60 miles St. Paul-Minneapolis.
Landoeekers all say: "I saw nothing bet
ter." You'll like this wonderfully prosper
ous stock and dairy region too. Rich
oils, hardwood timber, plenty rainfall,
healthful climate, beautiful lakes, fine
schools. Creameries everywhere. $16 per
Cere and up. Map and list free. Baker,
N. 117, St. Croix Falls, Wis.
0 ACRES level, 20 cleared, frame house,
$1,800. $800 cash. Tom O, Mason,
Cumberland, Ms. v
FARM LAND WANTED
ft A r CHUB, Farm Lands, bought, sold, ex
changed. S, 8. and R. B. Montgomery.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
apt Serving our Investors for It
v O years without a loss is our rec
ord In faena.lng first Mortgages on pro
ductive Nebraska farms. Our Joane run
In amounts from $609 to $26,000. We
eolleot alt Interest and principal free ot
KLOKB3 INVESTMENT COMPANY,
846 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE 6 per cent real estate mort
gage on down-town rnal estate; denomin
ation $100 and $1,00016,000. Tax ex-
BURNS, BRINKER & COMPANY,
Omaha National Bank Bldg.,
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
6, 6fc and $ jer cent. Reasonable com
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
119 South 17th., Omaha, Neb,
City and Farm Loans
$, Btt and 6 per cent. Also first rnort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H, Dumont fle Co. 416-11 Keeline
Bldg., 17th and Harney.
THE GREATEST GAIN 68,738
In paid want ads ever made by any
Omaha paper la the record ot THE
OMAHA BEE for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RAT13.
6 I'KR CENT to $ per cont on best class city
residences In- amounts $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETgna TRUST CO., 1821 Farnam gt,
III. 000 MORTGAGE," bearing 8 per cent
semt-ann,, secured or property valued at
$16,000. Talmadge-Loomia Inr, Co., W, O
Real Estate. Loana Mortgages.
rTTr A REALTY fCoT. REAL ESTATE,
D1U FARMS AND CITY.
1014 w. o. w. Bidg. Doug, aoe.
SHOPEN 4 CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
$500.00 to loan on Omaha real estate or
Central Nebraska land.
W. L. Holby A Son. Keeline Bldg.
MONEY to loan on improved farms and
ranches. we alio buy goon farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha
MONEY on and for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
Om. Nat, Bk. Bldg.
MONEY HARRISON A MORTON,
916 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES, EAtjT NEB. FARMH.
OKBErB R. K. CO., loll omana wal l.
FARM and city loans. fi-M, and 6 tier cent.
W. H. Thomas, Keeline Bldg. Doug. 1049.
WORLD REALTY CO.
CITY and farm loans, lowest rates.
E. H. LOUGKE, Inc., 638 Keeline mg.
$100 to $10,009 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Bts.
LOW RATES. C. G. CARLBERG, 312
Brandl Theater Bldg. D. 588.
NO DELAY In cluaing loans. W. T. Graham,
f.04 Bee Bidg.
Abstracts of Title.
T Qn, Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
IVCII 305 S. 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Maw. Bonding and Ins1 Co.
Rtnc6All"STRACTCO,. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebranka. 200 Brandets Theater.
s Financial Wanted.
WANTED A large loan on 1,000 acres good
western Iowa land, two sets of improve
ments. Call Douglas 2410.
gallaghb;r & nelson.
Represent prompt pay lnnurance com
panies. 644 Brandets Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
FO'SALK OR TRADE judgement $J00
note $500, will be good In future, need two
second-hand tars, will trade one or both.
Box Y 881, Bee.
1914 Cadillac, 7 -p., extra fine condi
tion I ?60
1914 Moon, 6-p., extra line condition 700
1910 Franklin, 7-p.. a bargalp 260
1914 Btevens coupe, best buy 1,600
1911 Stevens limousine, good taxi.,. BOO
1913 National, 4 -p.. for speed 1,000
1916 Packard, good as new 2,600
1916 Packard, good as new 2,400
' 1914 Packard roadster, bargain 1.250
1910 Reliance truck ,600
ORR MOTOR SALES CO.,
40th and Farnam. Harney 414.
USED CAR DEPT. I
Douglas 829. 2047-49 Farnam.
Touring cars and roadster of Overland,
Studebaker, Maxwell, Ford. Oakland,
Mitchell, Bulck and Hudson makes.
TERMS IF DESIRED.
Prompt attention given to all Interested
FOR SALE CHEAP New Waite 8-lti
tractor, road speed 1 to 12 miles, working
speed I to miles per hour; weight
2,700 lbs.; Waukeshaw motor, 3Hx6Vi ;
can be equipped with rubber tires for
, , road work. Factory price $H50, our price,
$ti00. The T. G. Northwall Company.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Farnam St. Douglas 3310.
1914 Hupmobile "32" $300
1918 Saxon $360
1916 Overland Touring $376
1914 Chalmers "6" Sacrifice
BARGAIN Seven-passenger Hulon 64 tour
ing; has detachable Berlin top for winter
use, seat covers, extra tire and rim, shock
absorbers ; excellent condition : for your
convenience this car can be seen at Guy
L. Smith's garage.
Cash rebate on your auto lnnurance pol
icy if you car ia equipped with
Phone Douglas 3217. 894 Brandeis Bldg.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Used Car Dept.
221G-18 Farnam Rt, Douglas 863.
Almost any make at reasonable prices.
FOR-SALE Four-paaseng .r roadster, slx
, cylinder Continental motor; all standard
parts; two extra tires, spot light, etc. 250.6
Farnam. t '
WE will trade you a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
30th and Harney. Douglas 6251,
PASTT FOR YOUR USED CARS.
AUTO EXCHANGE, 2107 FARNAM. D. 6035.
100 Bargains .Thursday Morning
at 8:00 Sharp
Continuing Friday and Saturday,
.March 1st, 2d, 3d
But come Thursday and get. first choice. We've had some startling machine sales
in our time, but this one is going to be the climax. The very peer of all.
FAMOUS MAKES-SINGER, WHITE, DAVIS DOMESTIC, NEW HOME,
WHEELER & WILSON AND MANY OTHER MAKES.
$15 takes choice of 20 fine
$21.50 takes choice of B New
Home Machines, just like new,
not a mark on themj worth $40
Domestic . . .
Household . .
. . .$5.00
Read on and you will be
amazed at these bargains:
WHEELER &- WILSON Think
of this make at $7.50
WHITE A famous make and a
good value, at. $5.00
SINGER Another well known
make, fine, at $6.00
100 NEW. WHITE MACHINES FOR RENT.
We'll Have Extra Salespeople on Hand. No Waiting. ,
Mickel's Nebraska Cycle Co.
' ' 15TH AND HARNEY STS. PHONE DOWLAS 1662.
I IN I VUL. CO..
1514 Davenport Ht,
60 Per Cent Saved on Year Tire Expense.
FOR' SALE or exchange, Cadillac coupti.
Fully equipped, noo catth; can use late
Ford. 811 Iowa Bldg , along City, la.
PIERCE ARROW, 4-paaaengfr, 1x36, eet
covers, electric lighting system, excellent
condition. Will demonstrate. Harney 26$T.
316 S. 24th, CROStJTOWN GARAGE, D. 4443
Repair work that satisfies at reasonable
prices; parts 01 au Kinas.
USED Ford roadsters for sale. Inquire ot
Standard OH coi .any. 611 Brandets Bldg..
or 14th and Ixicunt streets.
WILL pay CASH FOR several used TWO
CYLINDER CARS. Phone Harney 1708
and aak for JOHN.
BKRTSCHY "Kan-Fix-It." Southeast oor
now 20th and Harney Sta. Douglas 1562.
TELL A ' BUS kTjCYTauto repairing; expert
mechanics. 2318 Harney Bf. D. IMP.
FORD touring for sale cheap.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Garage, 2010 Har
ney St. Tyler BS&.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Baywdorfer, 210 N. lath.
NEW. Auto Radiator Repair Service, and
prices right 218 S. 19th. D. 7390.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
gains la used maennies. victor itooa, "ine
Motorcycle Man," 2708 Leavenworth.
$HH Salvation Army Industrial Home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, maga
slnes. We collect. Wj distribute. Phone
Doug. 4186 and our wagon will oall. Call
and Inspect our new home, 1110-1112-1114
THE tireatest GAIN 52,733
in Paid Want-ads ever made by an
Omaha papur is the record of THE
OMAHA HER for 1918.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE.
MISS LARSON Baths, massage and mani
curing. Scalp and facial massage. Staats
Institute, 1606 Hnrnoy St. D. 7097. Open
evenings and Sundays.
LUELLA WEBSTER, manage and maul
curing. 818 Paxton blk. Red 2400.
MANICURING, facial, scalp treatment.
Staats Ins., 1508 Harney.
MAK BliuclMAN, scientific masse uese and
bathsA 203 Karbach blk. Red 2727.
SWITCHES, pompadours and curls mads
from combings. Call Colfax. 1653.
ALlTRHght Private Maternity Home, 3011
Miami StWibster 3808,
SCIENTIFIC masVage, 630 Bt& Bldg. Phone
Douglas 6372. ,
Manicuring and mass. 1623 Farnam. Rm. It.
MISS LiLLY. bath wasMge,1322 Farnam St
ETBROTTMagnettc"roasage. 3434 Cuming"
Mlss'Kilna. scientific massage." R. 228 Neville.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
MONEY TO LOAN
COULD YOU USE
$240.00 OR MORE.
If you could get It at a very low rate
of Interest and where you would be pro
tected from high rates and unfair treat
Why deal with a company that does not
treat your deal with utmost privacy.
We do not advertise misleading rates
and we give ycu a contract book showing
just what you are charged for the loan
and the amount of each payment per
Our bond and license protects you; be
sides we have been In business twenty-five
OMAHA IOAK COMPANY.
.140 Paxton Blk. . Tel. DU;&B 2295.
FWRNITURH, pianos, and notes as aecurity.
$40 8 -mo. H. H. goods, total cost, $3.60
940 " Indorsed notes, total cost, $2.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts, proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
Organized by Omaha Business Men.
432 Rose BldgHth and Farnam. Ty. 666.
?H"pctTon Dial Gross! 410 N. 16th". R. 6061.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
one male pup, same breed, 7 months old,
$6' two puppies, 7 weeks old, the pair for
$7 E. A. Kaufman, Phone Florence 190.
lBr.reenln'g$1.50 100. A.W.Wagner. H01 N. 16th
STANDARD Rotary model, big
value, at, only $8.00
SINGER A machine that sews
perfectly, at $8.00
SINGER Here's one that will
sow nicely, at, only $5.00
DOMESTIC Good make and good
condition, at .....$4.00
SINGER Attention. Here's one
that sews, at $1-00
WHITE 5-drawer, Golden Oak,
worth $25, goes at $14.00
WHITE A beautiful , machine
and like new, at $20.00
SINGER 7-drawer, dark oak, al
most new, at ....$20.00
STANDARD Automatic drop,
good as a new $40 machine, for
ELDRIDGE A good $35 machine
that will stand up for 25 years
yet, at $14.00
Horses LiVe Stock Vehicles
A PKRCHKRON pedigreed horse; $ years
old, for sale; weigh 1,900 lbs.; registered;
No, 1 horse. Matt TrUrweiler, Fullerton,
FOR SALE Pair of gray mares, weight
1,800. Team, harness end wagon and coal
box. till. 48218. 26th St., South Slde.
VOR SALE cheap, a good sound black mara;
will work aingle or double.' Call Harney
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Mary I. France to the McCague In
vestment company, Thirteenth street,
west atde, 80x61, undivided one
Michael L Clark, sheriff, 8, M. C. to
the McCague Investment company,
Thirteenth street, 60 feet south of
Davenport street, wast side, 4tx
66, undivided one-half ,.
Emma P. leader and husband to Wil
son H. Rred, Twenty-ninth street.
S03.T feet south of Pacific street,
west aide. 60x142 1
Grace L. Miller' and husband to Has
tings A Heyden, northwest corner
Forty-eighth street and Underwood
avenue, 60x121 3
Charles W, Martin and wife to Llsste
Klrkland, Twenty-fourth street, 91
feet south of Vane street, west side,
Elton A. Clark to Walter A. Hoggs,
northeast corner Twenty-first and
K streets, 90x100 1.160
John O. Starner and wife at a to Han
nah Flach, Browne street. U9 feet
wast of Twenty-fourth street, south
side. 80x142 1.&00
Joaeph V. Kaspar and wife to John
J. Oatrontc, Thirteenth street, 193
feet south of William street, west
aide, 76x140 4.260
DEATHS ft FUNERAL NOTICES.
NIELSEN, Nela, February 27, 1917, age 21
years, 8 months and 16 days.
funeral services wilt be held from
Bra 1 ley A Torrance chapel, 19th and Cum
in streets, Thursday, March 1, at 1:80
o'clock, p. m. Interment Sprlngwell cem
etery. Services private.
NOTIOB OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
Notlo. 1. hereby given that th. rgul.r
annual meeting ot tb. atookboldar, ot the
South Piatt. Land Company will be held
at th. OHIO, of Ml Compear, Room m,
First National Bank Building, Llnooln. N.
braska, at 11 o'clock a. m., oo the M Tenth
day ot March A. D. ml,
Lincoln, Nebraska, March Ith, lll.
a B. MORRILL, Froldt,
W, W. TURNER. Secretary and Treasurer.
The annual mooting of the stockholders
( The Be. Publishing Company will be
held at th. office .( said company, Omana,
Nebraaka, at o'clock p. m., on Monday,
March Ith, lilt, (or the election of the
Board of DlKCtor. tor th. .cuing year
aud tor the transaction of inoh otber buol
pew a. may proporly Mm. before th. meet
By order of th. President
. P. im or.Ury.
Killed When Italian
Transport is Sunk
Nice, Feb. 28. The family of the
Serbian' general, Ilia Goikovitch,
which ia living here, wa officially in
formed yesterday that the general
in., hi. ;fr voVifii the Italian trans-
port Minas was torpedoed on Febru
ary is. ine aerDian coioneis. jra
goutin, Doulitch and Milan Bistch,
perished at the same time and their
f-:i:., ...kt ,r, ,ln riiirlinar here.
have been so notified by the Italian
An official statement issued by the
German admiralty on February V an
nounced the ainking of the Minu by
a German submarine. It was stated
that the transport was carrying 1.000
soldiers to Saloniki and that all on
board, with the exception of two men,
f.iv vnltr Want Ad a chance to
make goon, Kun it in intiire
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HOUSEHOLD Standard make
a bargain at $13.50
NEW HOME Well known make;
good value, at $12.00
NEW HOME Late rotary, $40
style, at, only $19.00
NEW HOME Fine case and a
$30 value, , at $16.50
DAVIS Sews finely; in neat,
light oak, at $11.00
WHEELER & WILSON 5-drawer,
golden oak, only $12.60
NEW HOME 5-drawer, worth
$85, goes for $14.00
WHITE Rotary, $58 value, goes
at, only $18.00
WHEELER & WILSON 5-draw-cr,
oak; bargain, at. $13.60
Remember We Have Others.
, NEEDLES FREE
A package of. Needles free with
every 10c bottle of Mickel'i Oil.
26c belt for 18c
BOMB GREAT WEAPON
IN EUROPEAN WAR
Hand Grenades, Introduced by
Germans, Accepted by All
MANY KINDS ARE IN USE
(Corre.pondence of The AMoclatd Prfee.)
With the French Army, Feb. 12.
In connection with the importance
attached to the hand grenade and
bomb in trench warfare, it is inter
rating to note that the first use ol
these weapons in the present war
was by the German forces in the Ar
gonne and in Belgium in December,
iyi4. The forces employing them
were the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Ger
man corps. It was from these corps
that the garrisons of Meti and Strass
burg were drawn, so that it is proba
ble that they had been provided with
their bombs from the stocks of these
fortresses, and trained there in their
ud to this time tue minenwerier.
which had been studied in Germany
before the war, does not seem to have
been regarded as anything except a
fortress weapon. Its use, however,
in trench warfare, became general on
the German side in- January and Feb
ruary. 1915. so that it must have been
manufactured in considerable quan
tities at the end of 114.
Shrapnel Cases as Weapons.
The French displayed their tradi
tional powers of improvisation in the
ren v thev made to these new weap
ons. They collected the shrapnel
cases that had been fired by the Ger
man 77 tie d tfun. of which there
was an abundance. They mounted
the shrapnel cases on wooden stands,
which they naa something oi me
,earance d a toad, whence came
the word "crapouillot, now a general
term for trench mortars, and used it
as a miniature mortar to throw ex
plosives into the enemy trenches. It
was a simple and not ineffective weap
on, with the great advantage of being
supremely cheap and easy to manu
facture. Its official name was the
Cellerier. after the artillery captain
who invented it.
In addition to the .Cellerier cra
pouillot, a number of six-inch mor
tars were sent to the trenches from
the arsenals, and in March they Were
reinforced by a complete system of
scientific trench artillery, including
the admirable fifty-eight-milometer
Many Hand Grenades
Meanwhile the use of hand gren
ades was steadily advancing. The
first grenades available were of the
mnit indent model, fitted with an
exposed time fuse and drawn from
the stocks still presm. siege ma
terial. In repruary, lvu, tne mer
man.. nrofitiiiB- bv their superior
manufacturing power and their state
of preparedness, were already provid
ed with offensive grenades, that is,
grenades which cither produced no
splinters at all or splinters that car
ried so short a distance that the man
who threw them was in no .danger
even if he was without cover.
At all times, the Germans made use
of two kinds of grenades, the one
consisting of high explosives without
any metal envelope, the other having
a steel envelope in two parts, fitted
together like the shell ot a tortoise.
Despite this important material ad
vantage, which was of the greatest
value in hand-to-hand fighting, the
Germans failed to make any impres
sion on the French lines during the
spring of 1915, and about July of that
year the French troops were provided
with grenades of both the defensive
and offensive , type that 'were quite
equal to the German.
Taxes in Increased Sums
Flow Into the Treasury
(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)
The Hatftie. Feb 12. A 'sum of
$79,467,500 flowed into the Nether
lands treasury Irom taxes in lyio, as
compared with only $67,845,444 in the
year 1915, an increase of $11,622,056
and a surplus over the estimate of
nearly $6,400,000. Further, the special
taxes devoted to the service of the
war loans, and the extraordinary war
levies, yielded $13,240,000, while re
ceipts from posts and telegraphs In
creased by nearly $1,200,000.
These- amounts, and a great deal
more, have been , ouicklv swallowed
lip in the country's vast expenditure;
they are nevertheless regarded as a
verv satisfactory sign in view, of gen-
craj conditions in Europe.1
China Proposes to -Stop the
Sending Laborers to France
Cnrre.pondnce f. The Asaoclated Pre...)
Canton, China, Feb. 12. Governor
Chun Ching-lai: has instructed the
Canton police force to prevent the
further recruiting of Chinese laborers
for France. Many thousands of Can
tonese have already been sent from
Hong Kong to assist the French in
agricultural work, and in trench dig
ging and building of roads behind the
fighting line in France.
The forcible sciaure by the French
of an addition to its concession in
Tien-tsin haS estranged Chinese sym
pathy, and is responsible for the order
in this city against the recruiting of
further Chinese labor for France.
Socialists Send Delegation to
Germany to study J-ooa Kitcnen
((lorreepondflice ol Thy AHaurlaled i'reiw.)
A....J.m ;..tK.rlcn,l. Frh 12
A municipal deputation, headed by a
socialist alderman, is being sent to
Germany to study the system of pop
ular food kitchens in the large Cities
there, presumably witn a view to me
possible institution of similar estab
lish men tsintheDutchcapital.
lMstreeslng Cough Cured.
Dr. King's New Discovery not only slops
your oough, but hardens your system against
colds; kills the germs, AU druggists Adv.
Professor of Princeton Is
Delivering Lectures in China
(rorrfNpondonoe of The Associated Press.)
Peking, Jan. 15. Prof. Robert Mc
Nutt McF.lroy, head of -the depart
ment of history and politics of Prince
ton university, who came to China
several months ago as the first ex
change professor from America, has
completed a scries of thirty lectures
in North China and left Peking this
month for central and south China.
wh?re he will lecture at the leading
Prof. McElroy had audiences with
President Li Yuan-hung and prac
tically all the members of the cabinet,
who showed much interest in the ex
change professorships and expressed
their gratification that the Chinese
students are to have the opportunity
to hear prominent American educa
tors. He will visit India and the
Philippines before returning to the
German Manufacturer Gets .
Record Fine for Sneaking
Zwickau, Germany, Jan. 12. The
roeord fine of nearly a quarter of a
million marks has been levied on
Ernst Goeldner, a manufacturer of .
Krimmitschau, for wrongfully using
in his factory goods that had been
confiscated by the government, and
then for selling at more than the
maximum prices the goods manufac
tured from the illegal materials. -
Goledner put up a valiant defense,
but his downfall in court came large
ly because his competitors, over
whom he had h:ld the whip hand
while he had operated with confis
cated materials, were on hand in
force to rebut every piece of evidence
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Of Eczema on Her Face. In Terrible
Condition, Lasted About Six
Months, One Cake Cuticura Soap
and One Box Ointment Healed.
"When my little girl was a baby, her
face was in s terrible condition and not
knowing what it was we bad her treated
but she was not healed. We were told
Itwaseciema. It left her but came back
under her knees getting worse and worse.
It came in a rash and was red and sore
and seemed to smart and bum causing
her to be constantly scratching, and her
stockings seemed to irritate her. This
lasted about six months.
"Then I sent for a free simple ol
Cuticura Soap and Ointment They
relieved her immediately and I had not
used one cake of Cuticura Soap and one
box of Cuticura Ointment when she was
healed." (Signed) Mrs. E. E. Peters,
18 Irving St,, Battle Creek, Mich..
Oct. 17, 1916. , ,,
Thousands of people, young and old,
suffer torture of body ana mind because
of skin troubles which might easily be
cleared away, or might have been pre
vented had Cuticura Soap been used for
every-day toilet purposes with a touch
now and then of Cuticura Ointment.
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Musterole Loosens Up Those Stiff
Joints Drive. Out Pain
You'll know why thousands use Mus
terole once you experience the glad re
lief it gives.
Get a jar at once from the nearest v
drug store. It is a dean, white ointment,
made with the oil of mustard. Better
than a mustard plaster and does not .
blister. Brings ease and comfort while
it is being rubbed on lr
Musterole is recommended by many
doctors and nurses. Millions of jars1 are
used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff
neck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu
matism, lumbago, pains and aches of the
back or joints, sprains, sore muscles,
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of
the chest (it often prevents pneumonia).
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