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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. MARCH "SO, 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
$250 DOWN $20 MONTH
PRICE ONLY $2,000
Mvs-room stens nousa, furnace, electric
light: good well, two food Iota, about
84 Mocks to ear.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-1 Om. Nat Bank Bldg. Tyler 4I.
Nice lot In Weat Farnam district F.
D. Weed. 810 South 18tn St.. weaaBioa.
DUNDEE HOME. T-rooro Jnod.. very choice,
practically new. 6013 Davenport, 160.
M'KITRICK REAL ESTATB CO. D. 106.
Nine rooma, atrietly modern; built for
a home, wtlh quarter eawed oak finish;
bot water heat: finished attic, complete
baaement. pleetered. Full lot on Lafay
otto Ave. Blvd., near 88th. Oarage. Non
raatdent owner has cot the price to $0,000
for quick aale; the house alone coot better
than tMOO and the lot la worth 11,000.
Investigate at once,
GLOVER & SPAIN, (Realtors),
TXnlflaa 81168. 010-30 City National.
KOUNTZE PLACE HOME
1031 Wirt St., nearly new; T rooma.
oak (tnlah throughout, hot water heat;
3808 garage; lot 60x128; beautiful ahado
treea and hedge. WtU trade even for
aatlafactory bungalow In good neighbor
hood. Phone Webater 6378.
" 'HOUSE AND 3 LOTS
Six roomi and leeplng porch, oak fin
tab, trictly modern throughout; good rar
age or barn, built about 8 yean; SO fruit
trnea, 46 trap vlnea. Tula !i i dandy
and onlv t blocks to car.
OSBORNE! REALTY CO.,
701-1 Om. Nat. Bk. Bid. Tylar .
NEAR 26TH AND FIKKNBT ST3. Nearly
nff J.itory bungralow of 6 rooma and
sleeping porch, oak and birch finish, ale
trantly decorated, Immediate poMesaton,
for only S,950 canh or the usual Rasp
terms (which are always dead easy), bet
us show you this at once. RASP BROS.,
?io Keeiine mag. vyiet vai.
BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE.
The reasons for the growing popularity
ara Best Results and a Rata of lo per
Whan you want both of the above,
2Ahh TYLER 1000.
Five rooms, strictly modem, finished In
oak. Located at 62S N, 26th St. Price
SS.150. Terms. . Will take small oottag
NORRI8' ft NORRIS,
400 Bee Bldg. Ptioi.e Douglas I87,
BUY FROM OWNER.
Large, six-room house,-full cement base
ment and furnace; large yard and chicken
houae: plenty of fruit. Ph. Benson 731-J.
SIX-ROOM house, two lota, store room, i
closets, sommer kitchen, barn, coal shed,
chicken house; fruit; close to school and
t:ar. High and sightly: 12,000. Terms. Col
NEAT 5-roorn cottage, modern except heat,
11,800. 2617 Decatur. Web. 1678.
place for gardening. Price 11,800; llBfl
cash: balance SIS per month. Colfay 8753.
SIX -ROOM bungalow with throe lots; good
place for gardening , .Price 11,800; 1150
cash, balance 115 per month. Colfax 2763.
. FIVE ROOMS
. A strictly modem 5-room cottage, with
fleered attic, lot 60x130, vrtth nice maple
shade trees, 1 block to car line, located
f : at 4tVH Charles St. This la an excellent,
buy. . Can make terms.
HIATT COMPANY, .
146-7-S Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Tyler 0,
Five rooma and bath, all on one floor;
oi.k finish, bookcases, buffet, French
doors, sun room, floored attic, full base
ment Also dandy six oom semi-bungalow,
all oak finish and white enamel on
second floor, beautifully decorated. These
are brand new built by day labor; close
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-8 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 4.
New 1-r., sleeping porch, oak and birch
finish; buffet and bookcases, beam cell
ing, double floors, mirror doors, floored
attic; best material and workmanship
throughout: south front, close to car, close
- In. Best buy In Omaha.
OWNER. DOUGLAS 152.
CATHEDRAL DISTRICT MAY 1.
New white stucco, (-room house with
sun room, sleeping porch, tiled bath ro6m,
French doors, mahogany woodwork,
garage. Will decorate to suit tenant.
Price, 50. Harney 4778.
All modern, oak floors, garage, 50x131
ft. lot, paved street, near 26th and Fort.
Worth $3,500, will take 1. 000 lot or auto
as first payment or terms to suit.
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 731.
FOR SALE or rent, 7-room house at 53d
and Center Sts. On car line. Walnut 827,
Stucco construction, i large light rooms,
Oak floors, oak and enamel flnish. Price
83,800. Easy terms. Another now bulld
iir for (3,650. Call Douglas 1721 days.
Walnut 1580 evenings.
J. a ROBINSON, .Real Estate and Insur-
snce. 44? Bee Bldg. Douglas 8087,
WORLD REALTY CO., Sfifii?''
R. S. TRUMBULL,
81 J World-Herald Bldg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
FULL SECTION Banner county, exchange
. home In Omaha.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO.,
829-30 City Nat. Doug. 886?.
TO EXCHANGE Some splendid clear farm
land for unincumbered city property. D.
T. Mauller, 1057 Omaha National Bank.
WB have soma good homes and rental prop
ertles for Neb. or Iowa land. Edward V.
Williams Co., Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
BUY A LOT IN
BEAUTIFUL WAVERLY PARK
OMAHA'S MOST SIGHTLY
RESIDENCE DISTRICT '
ON FONTENELLE BOULEVARD
Just the place you would like to live. Convenient to car,
near the park, close to school. Buy a fine residence lot
in this addition.
$10 CASH 1 A MONTH
PRICES, $550 AND UP .,
Cement sidewalks, shade trees, city water, gas, electric
lights, 47th Ave. to be paved. A number of fine homes
now being built. Call us for appointment to see Waverly
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
1614 HARNEY STREET. 5 PHONES, TYLER 60.
REAL ESTATE Investments
A SAFE INVESTMENT
76x11s feet, located In the rapidly In
creasing weat and north district 8. B.
corner of 33d and California flu.; double
frame flat and double family house, bring
In enough rent to carry the Investment.
Thta property should double in value dur
ing the next Ave years. For price and
terms call .
OSBORNB REALTY CO., '
7M-I Om. Nat. Bk. Blrtg, Tyler
A 4-ftat brick building, located near Slat
ft Davenport Sts,, 8 yars old. renting for
$1,500 per year. Each tenant furnishes
own heat. Price fia.MO, pays about 8
pet. on Investment Come to office for
C G. CARLBERG. REALTOR,
til Brand ell Theater Bldg.
7 GUARANTEED YOU
On your money In any amount by
HOME BUILDERS, Inc.,
11.00 8harea. Omaha.
SEE US FOB INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKET b SON.
020 Flrat National Bank Bldg.
378.000, In oome IS per cent; one year
old: very fine location; mortgage $26,000
and will aooept 220.000 1n trade; bal
ance eaah or negotiable paper.
Douglaa 1211. City Nat. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINNA LUSA 300 dif
ferent buyer, decided that It waa the beat
propoaltlon on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying Iota.
IF TOU will come oot today you will
nnderatand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
743 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
BEAUTIFUL ' ot lota, rice 11:20, only
12 caab and B0 centa per wee. Doug 8802
FARMS, ' acreage and Dundee property a
operlalty 8. ARION LEWIS. 408 Bee.
REAL ESTATE B'ne Pr'pty
H. A. WOLF, Realtor, Ware Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
FLORBNCB Real Estate Co., Phono Flo. 808.
On a small cash payment w will buy
the lot you select, built a home after your
own plans and you can pay for It on
small monthly payments, without extra
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
INCORPORATED CAPITAL $36,000.
4026 So. 84th St. Phone South 1247.
MEDIUM PRICED HOMES.
On the South Side, on full sized lots,
ranging from 11.600 to $3,000 In different
.(.mimes, with all city Improvements
near schools and churches; can be bought
from us on a small cash payment.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO
DUNDEE PROPERTIES, t
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes. Before buying
be sure and see
GEORGE & CO.,
HAVE calls for Dundee homes, and would
like exclusive listings on a few bungalows
and houses from $3,500 to $12,000. C. A.
Orlmmel. 849 Om. Natl. Bank mag.
TWO NEW HOUSES.
See them while they are going up. They
will be five rooms on one floor: lot
KiWiKi,- nno.half hlnflc tit school, near car
line. Prica $1,750, part cash, balance-
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4925 8. 24th St. Tel. South 1847.
SEN these large garden tracts, 126x128, for
$476: $10 down, $7.50 per month. Close In,
' 1 blook to car line and paved street.
8hulr ft Gam- Phone Doug. 6074. 204
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4. 6 and -room house that can
be sold for $100 cash, balance $16 per
month; send complete description first
W. FAR NAM SMITH & CO.
1820 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 104.
LIST vour ft and 6-roora houses with us.
WB SELL THEM. OSBORNE REALTY
CO.. Doug. 1474.
A GOOD 4 to -r. 'home,' about $2,000. F.
D. Wead, 310 South 18th St.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Careful attention given to orders for
movinsr. nackinv or storage. Office at
Raymond Furniture Co., 1511 and lBlt
Howard KL rnone iraug. poat.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
lng. 219 N. llth.SC Phone
Phone Douglas 88 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Sts.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving; packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
v803 So. 16th Stfr Douglas 4163,
Maggard JftE Eg.""-
Van and Storage Co., Movl- g. Packing,
. Btorage and Shipping. Phone Doug. 1498.
Jp "DTT'PT Express Co. Moving.
. J, JXCjEjU Packing and storage
1307 Farnam St. Web. 8748. Doug. 0146.
TWIN CITY EXPRESS CO.. 1622 Caes St.
Douglas 1717. Trunks stored a specialty.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For re, service In moving, parking and
storing, call Tyler 330 or Douglas 4338.
1.S00 MTGE., bearing $ pet., aemi-aunual.
secured by property valued at $.I60. Tal
mageI,oomts lnv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
H. W. BINDER,
Money on hand for mortgage loans. City
Nat. Bk. Bldg.
LEADING automobile storage battery
agency, omaba, requires 13,000 to $6,000
Box 3242, Bee.
Real Estate, Loam and Mortgages.
CITT and farm loans promptly made. Rates
5, H and per cent. Reasonable com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
Ill South 17th. Omaha, Neb.
& PER CENT to 4 per cent on best class city
residences tn amounts $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1833 Farnam fit.
MONi? to loan on Improved farms and
ranches, we also buy good farm mort
gage . Kloke lnv, Co.. Omaha.
8HOPEN CO., PRIVATE MONET.
Om. Nat Dk. Bid,.
C1 MOIIET HARRISON A MORTON.
1 lO (16 Omaha Nat. Bank Bid,.
OMAHA HOUES, EAST NKB. FARMS.
OKSEFG R. E. CO., loie omaua Nat.
FARM and city loana. &, ftH and fl per cent.
w. H. Thomaa, Keellne Bid,, uoug. let,.
CITT and farm loana, loweat ratea.
B. H. JLOUaEE. Inc., oas Keelln. Bid,.
NO DELAY IN CLOSINO LOANS.
W. T. Graham. 601 Bee Bid,.
910(1 to $10,000 made promptly. F. P. Wead.
wead Bid,., I8th and Farnam Bte.
LOW RATES. C. G. CARLBERG, 313 Bran.
dele Theater Bid,. U. 685.
Stocks and Bonds.
ONAHMAN IRON CO. STOCK.
1.600 SHARES Onahman Iron Co. atock
for aale at 11.3S. will .all part. E. H.
Fuller, 4056 Harriet, Mlnnoapolla.
ONAHMAN IRON CO. STOCK.
1,600 SHARES Onahman Iron Co. atock
(or eale at 61.66. Will aell part. E. H.
Fuller, 4666 Harriet, Minneapolis.
Abstracts of Title.
T7'a, Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
lJ.CH 806 8. 17th St.. iround floor.
Bonded by Mae Bondlnf and Ine. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldeat atatract of.
flee in Nebraska. 206 Brandela Theater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panies. 644 Braodels Bldg., Omaha, Neb,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
RAISE ALFALFA In FLORIDA (Natal
Hay) this winter. First cutting to days;
$60 and (90 annually on ISO land. 636
Paxton Blk. Walnut 2fifi7 (evenings).
SMALL MO. Farm 310 cash and $6 month
ly; no Interest or taxes; highly productive
land; close to 3 big markets. Write for
photographs and full Information. Munger,
A-119 N. Y. Like Bldg., Kansas City. Mo.
FOR SALE CLOVER-LAND FARMS.
Grains thrive. Drouth, hall unknown.
Root crops, dairying, grazing, Ideal. Fine
roads, market; 14S growing days. Aver
age killing rroflta October 3. Terms easy.
Oeorgs Rwell, jr., 32 Bacon Blk., Mar
quette. Mich. .
240 ACRES, 46 miles from Minneapolis, near
two good railroad towns; one -half under
cultivation, balanc used for pasture find
hay; can practically all be cultivated;
good set buildings; this land will produce
60 bushels of corn per acre; country Is
thickly settled; complete set of machln-
ery; 27 head of stock, consisting of 11
cows, balance 1 and 3 year olds; . 4 good
horses, 25 hogs,' chickens and everything
on the farm goes at SS per acre; one
half cash; immediate possession can be
had. Schwab Bros., 1038 Plymouth Bldg.,
Sale of City Lots
NOT COUNTRY LOTS NOR EVEN SUB
URBAN LOTS, BUT CITY LOTS.
RIGHT IN TOWN. RIGHT ON
OR NEAR STREET CARS
42d to 45th Streets, Leavenworth to Pacific Sts.
City Water? YES.
Cement Sidewalk? YES.
Electric Light? YES.
Above improvements all paid for? YES.
Restricted for residences? YES.
Prices $450.00 to $750.00
These prices include all the above men
tioned improvements, in and paid for.
TERMS $10 to $12.50 a lot cash, bal
ance $10 to $12.50 per month.
You can't beat it, and will never again be
able to equal it. Start now to put away
something each month, (and soon own a part
of the earth.
SALE, SATURDAY, MARCH 31 and
two days following, 2 p. m. until night.
We will be on ground Friday, 3 p. m. till
night, to show lots. v
Take Leavenworth Street car and get
off at 44th Street, or call our office and go in
automobile any time before the hour of sale.
It will be our pleasure to show you these lots. ',
642 Paxton Block. Douglas 1722
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
TV ILL sell at a sacrifice li acres adjoining
Council Bluffs. 13 acrs bearing grapes; S
aores garden. J. S. Moabacher, 1636 Madi
son Ave., Council Bluffs.
POSSESSION ArRIL 1ST. 1917.
ISA acres, till under Irrigation, 60 acres
tn alfalfa, balance plowed and ready foi
crop this year, good new six-room house
new barn tor SO head of stock, new gran
ary and chicken house, only five miles
to good town on main line of the Union
Pacific It, R. Small csah payment, bal
ance IK years time. This Is a rare op
portunity to go right to work and put
In your spring crop.
BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
1016 V. O. TT. Bidir. Dou,. 8166.
N. o, H & 1314-47; two miles north
of Lodge Pole. Nob.) unimproved; all In
grAss; south side rough; north side and
largest part level table land with some on
west side sloping to west; title clear;
$1,290. $1,300 oaah. balance I per cent
W. S. Craig, Cotad, Neb.
320 ACRES, joining town Flneblufts, 60
acres hay meadow, 160 acres cultivated.
60 In winter wheat, running water year
around. All can be cultivated; fenced;
poor set Improvements. Priced to sell. No.
trades. 3418 N. 69th Ave., Benson. Neb,
SMALL Nebraska farms on easy payments
6 acres up. We farm the farm we sell
you. Ths Hungerford Potato Growers' As
sociation, 16tU and Howard Sts., Omaha.
CHOICE 160-ACRH Oage county farm. Im
proved; 120 acres under plow, one 1
mites from tom-n and school.
ARCHER REALTY CO..
60 Brandels Bldg,
41.800 440 ACRES imp. middle Neb. farm,
on main line B. A M. Ry., $600 cash, 1600
6 yrs., 1600 10 yrs. at 6 per cent, for Quick
sale. C J. Canan. McCague Bldg. Don't
WET land made dry enough for crops or
no pay. Is our way of draining land. No
tract too large or too wot. guarantee
Drainage Co., Oakland, Neb.
BAST central Neb., SO acres, highly Ira
proved farm, close to town, snap, terms,
possession at once. S. S. and JR. 12, Mont
go in ery.
ARE YOU DISCOURAGED
with the High Cost of Living In Ne
braska? Then come wtlh us on our next
excursion to the Trinity River Valley
of East Texas on April t. We want you
to see and Investigate our corn and al
falfa land we are selling for the low prtqs
of S5 per acre; easy terms. Be Inde
pendent and purchase a farm of your own
in this "Sure Crop Country," where the
rainfall Is ample and the climate de
For further Information call or write
W. S. FRANK,
Sfti Neville Elk., Omaha, Nebraska
GREAT bargalnr, $6 down; IB monthly, buys
40 acres good fruit and poultry land near
town, southern Missouri. Price only 1200,
Address Box COS, Excelsior Springe, Mo.
FOR SALE If bargain In land Interests
you, see D. T. Mauller, 1067 Omaha Na-
FARM LAND WANTED
WANTED 5,000 acres, worth IIS, graving
land in N. Nebraska, w. soutn iaKota,
to accept on big Iowa tract. H. Richard
son, 2921 a. 9th St., Des Moines, la.
USBD CAR DEPT. '
Don,laa tit. :o7-4 Farnam.
Touring car. and roadat.r. of Overland,
Studebaker, Maxwell, Ford, Oakland,
Mltcbell, Bulck and Hudson makea.
TERMS IP DESIRED.
Prompt attention Uvea to all lntereatad
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
3209 Farnam St,
Ford touring . ...
Light "6" Paige
Hudson "8-40," sacrifice.
Win will trad yoc a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
30th and Harney. " Douglas 6361.
C W. FRXnCTS AUf 6 CO.
Used Car Dept.
I3U-1I Fsmsm SL Douglas IM.
A 1 most any make at rfssonsble prices.
FOR aale, cheep for cash, lat model five
passenger car. wui take rvra in pan
payment. Call after t p. m. 1420 &
Ill S Overland touring oar, good tires, good
running order, I lift, crosstown Garage,
Jlt S. !1th. Phone Douglas 4443.
14 FORD touring car, 1P6; IS Ford tour-
tng car, good snaps ls. lie so. mn
FhOne LKtug. SflJP,
BARGAIN 16 Maxwell roadster, " electric
starter, good tires, lifts. Auto Salvage
and Bir hangs.
TtLL A niNKLKT.
Auto repairing; expert mechanics.
2318 Harney St. D. 1.40.
2 IN VUL CO,
1610 Davenport St
60 Per Cent Saved on Tear Tire Expense.
BKRTSt'HY "Kan-Klx-Ii.'' Southeast cor
ner 10th and Harney sts. iJougias aon.
CASH FOR YOUR USBD CARS,
AUTO EXCHANGE, 810T FARNAM. D.
CASH PAID FOR USKD CARS. AUTO
SALVAGE AND EXCHANGE.
BARGAINS IN USKD CARS. 110 SO. 17TH,
DOUO. K70. -
Auto Livery and Ganges.
WHITS 4 CALFK garage, 711 B. 17th, suc
cessors to Smith Dea mer oarage t aay
and night storage; repairs and supplies.
A ehance to pleas you what we ask.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Oman oarage. nar-
nny St. Tyler ,
Auto Repainnsf n Painting.
1100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repairea. naysuorrer, n. w.
f irea and Suppliei.
NEBRASKA Auto Repair Works. Services
and price right, zis 3. ma St. i. .avu,
Motorcycles and Bicycle
HARLEM - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE
Bsrgalns in used macntnts. viator noos,
"The Motorcvols Man.1' 1708 Leavenworth.
TWIN Excelsior ekes p. Webster I4.
THS Salvation Army Industrial Horn, eo
licit, your old doming, furniture ma
alnee. We oollect. We dletrlbute. Phone
lout. 4121 and our wa,on will call. Call
and Inapeot our new home. 1110-U11 1114
BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATH.
The reaeona for the frowlnl popularity
are Beat Reaulta and a Bat, of lo per
When you want both of the abov.,
CALtl. TIIjBR jwnw.
ETTA 8TUROKSS, maeaato, eleotrlo Turk-
lah bathe, manleurln,, facial ana aoalp
treatment.. HOI Harney. Open .v.nln,.
WANTED 8m!l child to board In Ceth
olio home; mother', oara. Addreaa Box
MKCHANO THKRAPT treatnwnle,
Kalloran, til l Neville Blocai
MISS EDNA, aolenttflo tnaaaase, 894 Ne
ville Blk. Open evening, and Huntley.
LUKLLA WEI1ST1CR, maaaaKe and mani
curing, H Faton Blk. Red .
HAS BKtTQMAN, aclentlAo maaeeua, and
bathe. 303 KarDach Hlk. Red 373T. ,
ALL Rlghtr Private Maternity Home, SOU
Miami St. WnMter 3001.
SCIENTIFIC maaeage, 430 Bee Bldg. PLone
MISS LILLY, bath, maaiege. U3i rarnarn
VIOLET RAT treatment. 341 Bee Bldg.
Manicuring and maaa 1423 Farnam. R. It.
OR. B, It TARRY.
Dr. B. R. Tarry cure, pllee, nttula an
other rectal diaeaees without surgical op-
oration. Cur. guaranteed and. no money
paid until oured. Writ for book on rec
tal dlieaiee with teatlmonlelt. .
DR. a. R, TARRY,
340 Be, Bldg. Omaha, Men,'
WHY SUFFER T Leteet and Moat Belmtlflo
Treatment for All Dleeaaea, Zr. Charle,
Bamee, 613-530 Roe. Bldg. Examination
and Oonaultatlon free. He la ourlng thou
sand.. WHY NOT YOUf Delayl an dan
gerous. If yov can't call, write,. Hura
3 a, m, to I p. m., 7:30 to 1:30 evenings.
Sunday by appointment.
RADIUM water baths and Hot Springs mer
cury treatment for rheumatism, or. xp.
Pyor, 14 Patterson Block. D, SI34.
RUPTURE Successfully treated without a
surgloal operation, call or writ. air.
rranK H. wray. noe Mae mag.
Surgical operatlonss provsnted. 4tl
DR. KNOLLENBERO. SANITARIUM.
Lady attendant, 34th and Farnam. p. T308.
Dr. C. J. Lawrence, Balrd Bldg, D. 84(1.
Dr. Prancea Dswaon, S03-3 Roae Bldg. T. 3348.
Pre. Johnston, 1338 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 4833"
Dr. Bradbury. No PainTsiS W. O. W. Bldg
Taft'a Dent. Hmi.. 303 Roae Bldg, D. J1SS.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
Cyphera' Incubators and hovers. Stewart's
Seed Store, 11 N. nth Bt opp. p. o.
Queen Incubators and colony hovers. Stew
ert'o Seed Btore, 113 N. nth. Opp. P. O.
Screenings. SI SO 100. Wagner. 801 N. 16th.
Persistence Is the Cardinal Virtue
MONEY i"0 LOAN
LOOK I LEOAL RATE LOANSI LOOK I
S 10.00 coeta you I 3.3S for sis month,,
103.00 coals you 30.37 for one year. .
154.00 coats yon 81.30 for one year.
304.00 coats you 40.80 for on. year. ,
800.00 costs you 40.00 tor one year.
Other amounts In proportion,
EASY PAYMENTB, UTMOST PRIVACY.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY,
340 Paxton Blk. Tel. Doug. 3338.
FURNITURE, planoa and notes as security,
(0. S mo., H. goods, total cost, 33.80,
840, S mo., Indorsed notee, total oest, 83.89.
Smsller, larger ara'ts, proportlonst. rat.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
Organised by Omaha Buslnsss Men.
433 Rose Bldg.. lth and Farnam. Ty. 888.
lk pet. on Dla. Qroaa, 410 N 18th, R. 8081
Go to the
56th and Q Sts.
Introduction of Two-Tear Com
mercial Coursejrfow Before
South High Faculty.
TAKES EFFECT NEXT FALL
Two and three-year courses of
study in commercial work arc to be
included in the work of the South
Hit-h school beninm.iff with the fall
term next September, provided the
high school ta.ulty acts favorably on
the suft-restion of Principal Huwaldt.
The principal said yesterday he would
present the matter at the next meet
ing of the faculty which is this week.
He has full power to order such a
Need More Horses.
A call for more horses at the horse
market at the stock yards has been
sent out by Manager Frank Simpson
of the Horse and Mule company. The
latter said yesterday, "We have buy
ers for more than twice the number
of horses that have been here the last
two or three days and besides that
there are otber buyers who want to
come here, but arc kept away by the
lack of supplies."
Report has it that when 1,500
horses and mules were shipped in a
few weeks ago but a nominal number
was left over from the week's sales.
The French demand has picked up
very much daring the week.
Committee to Lincoln.
Five property owners representing
the Civic association wilt go to Lin
coln soon to meet with the State Rail
way commission to discuss the matter
of demanding two new depots within
the city limits. At a meeting of the
association Tuesday eveninj the com
mittee was framed.
Philip Krause, Albright grocer, will
be chairman of the coi.i. littee with J.
L. Duff, George Parks and 1. J. Breen
as other delegates. A fifth was an
nounced. Recruiting Brisk.
Recruiting has picked up consider
ably at the local open-air station at
Twenty-fourth and N street:. The
sergeant in charge reported yesterday
that twenty-six recruits was the total
up to yesterday noon.
Daily large crowds . of packing
house men listen attentively to ex
planations from the officers during
the noon hour, The first Jlme the sol
diers visited the .packints district,
more than 300 men heard the talk.
Normal Students Visit.
Fifteen students of the Peru State
Normal school under the leadership.
of Prof. Gerry of the institution spent
the day at the stock yards yesterday.
The visit marked the first of series
of annual excursions that will be
made by agricultural and domestic
science classes of the normal school
Luncheon was served in the ex
change dining hall. The morning was
spent viewing the yards in general
and the afternoon in a trip of in
spection at the bwitt packing plant.
Prepare for Trip.
Preparations for the annual north
west stockmen's excursion beginning
April 8 are going on art the exchange.
A. F. Stryker and W. B. Shellberg
hare been daily working up the roster
of commission and stock men who
will compose the deleea.ion.
The trip will be the longest ever
taken by yards men. More men are
expected, to remain during the entire
tnreo we,eKa man oeiorc. .
Decide City Champ.
The chamnionshio community
center basket ball game of the season
takes place this evening at 8 o'clock
at the Omaha "Y" floor between the
Wheeler Memorial five and the First
Methodist team of the North Side,
These two teams by a process ot
elimination have come to be leaders in
their resoectire leagues, A delegation
of South Side rooters will accompany
the local five. , ,
Increase for Cudahy Employes.
A mm tnprease ai from S to
per cent, applying to every employe
trom common laoortr to siuum
workmen, and taking effect April 1,
has been declared bv Cudahy Packing
company omciais. . x no raisn appuc.
tn all Cudahv Dlants in the country.
atTeetinff more than 8,000 employes.
General Manager M. K. Murpny
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Albert Neuberger arid wife to Hiram
B. Manvtlle, Ptnicney street, oeo reel
east ef Twenty-seventh street, south
Albert B. Bruce and wife to E. L.
Kinney, Wakeley street, 100 feet eaet
of Forty-eighth street, north side,
Albert fl. Ritchie and wife to Albert
u-rtiln.. Irniirteniitli street. 800 feet
aouth of J street, weat aide, 80x180. 888
Clara Flicker and huaband to Rosa
ft,ml.nri. enuthfleat corner Blsht-
eenth and Fort streets, 44x1(11.... 1
Ethel M. Van Valkenberg and huaband
to Charles W. Martin, Bauman
street, 88.S feet seat of Thirtieth
etreet, north side, 43x130
Elltsbeth Kerner et al to David Cole,
H...M .treat. 18 feet eaat of Elev
enth etreet, north aide, 83x183 7,000
Charles W. Martin and wife to aterrui
H. Oarrleon, Newport street, 168. S
rt ..at nf Thirtieth BtrMt. south
Roae C Gentleman to Benjamin Sonl
berg, Thlrty-aecond avenue, 93.3 feet
south of Jackson strset, east side,
Sterling Realty Co, at al to Harry A.
Tukey. northwest corner Seventeenth
' and Howard streeete, 804x100.6...
Roae C. Oentlemsn to John L. Lynch,
northeaat corner Thirty-second and
Poppleton, 74x100 ,
Mary B, Glover and huaband to John
L. Lynch, Thirty-flftn strset, 104.4
feet north of Lafayette av.nu.. west
John L. Lynch and wlfo to Thomaa J.
Lynch. Twenty.alxth street, 146 feet
north of St. Mary's avenue, eaat aide,
Elisabeth Bushier to Olive L Durfee,
northweat oorner Forty-fifth and
Burdette streets, 66x130 1,1(0
Lena Moskovlts and husband to Anton
H, Smith, Twenty-flret strset, 66 feet
south ot Wsbster street, east side,
Anton H. Smith and wlf. to Lena
Moskovlts, southwest oorner Thirty
sixth and Charlee streets, 41.8x130.
Amanda M. Orove and huaband to H.
0. Hell, southwest corner Twenty
second street and Willis avenu., 46x
John A. McKensle to P. H. Dearmont,
Meredith avenue. 188 feet weat ot
Thirty-third strset, north slds, Jx
Ellsabsth M. Shahan t. W. C. Olm
stead, Larlmore avenue, 348 feet east
of Twsnty-slxth strset. south side,
Mary IS. Olbbs and husbsnd to Jean T.
Lyons t si, Cass street, 183 feet
west of Ftlty-sscond etreet, Irrognlar
approximation, 70x130 ..."
John L. Lynch and wife to Rose C.
Oentleman, Jackaon etreet, 80 feet
weat of Seventeenth strest. aortn
side, 80x138 , . !
Etta S. Davidson and husband ,t al to
Jonae Frledel, northeaat corner
Thirty. flrat and Mason streets, 46x
of the local plant made the announce
ment this morning. "The advance is
wholly voluntary on the part ot the
Cudahy Packing company and !
made out of consideration for the
high cost of living.' he said. The
new wage will apply to foremen, their
assistants, checkers, etc. besides the
common and : killed labor. The min
imum raise for all will not be less
than 2y cents per hour. Boys and
girls will receive an increase of fully
m to is per cent.
Ihe increase means an addition of
a half-million dollars to the annua
pay roll of Cudahy employes. The
bulk of this will be borne at the
plants at Kansas City, Sioux City,
Wichita and Omaha. It is the third
witl.in the last fourteen months and
runs from 25 to JO per cent increase
in that period, or practically an aver
age of J0 per cent.
John Cerveny, Jr., Dead,
Mistaking bichloride of mercury
tablets for headache pills caused the
death of John Cerveny, 21 -year-old
popular Bohemian man, son of John
t-erveny, sr.. iMb South twentieth
street. The poison was taken Thurs
day and death followed Tuesday at
tne soutn umana Hospital.
Young Cerveny is survived by hit
parents, three brothers and four sis
ters. He is one of tha best known
oung men of the Brownpark district,
rhe funeral will be held Sunday aft-'
ernoon at 2 o'clock from the resi
dence to the Bohemian National hall.
Rev. O. Cherbat officiating. Burial
wilt be in the Laurel Hill cemetery.
Magic City Bowling.
let. 3d 3d. Total
Sneed ...,,.,,...4....16S 80S 183 661
Hancock 188 308 300 876
Wlleon 166 166 166 416
Green 173 184 164 831
Blake ,.116 314 Sll SIS
i Totals 844 868 SIT 1737
STARS AND STRIFES.
1st. Id 3d. Total.
Randall , Its 164 170 61S
Bloomqulst .188 138 138 44
Marshall 16S 161 1S6 466
Collins .....110 804 106 SIS
Eotemeyer ISt 143 148 483
Handicap II II 41 ss
Totals 83S 614 S4S II0S
' - ' Magi. CIlF Owst.
Th four boys arrested by hollo, laet
Sunday evening for alleged autonobll.
eteallng war, turnd orar te iuv.nll au
For Rent Store., houses, cottage, and
Sate. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
Th. Jungman school hasar held at the
city hall yesterday turned a great eeecM.
Hundreds of paopt. vlslud th. sal, taWe.
and purchassd artlolea.
For Rant Stores, houses, college, and
data. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. .
FIRE INSURANCE, choice of 13 leading
Mexican Iamb, .old at another rwoord
pries of 116.36 at th. yarda Wedncedey.
Shearing stock also toprwd tha prerlou.
,uw. lutln Hmmm nr. a. SI a.B..
The X L elub will give at dancing party '
Wedneeday .vanlag. ; April 11. at Rush
Tha Armour 01.0 ehib will sir, a concert
this evntng at th. Wheeler Memorial
church. James C, Wrath Is Isadsr. , ,
Laying Plans for i
On Court House Lawn
Effort of patriotic societies and
citieens to have a historic monument
erected in front of the court house
are to be revived, according to John
Lee Webster, one of the leaders in
the movement. , . 4 , , . . . ,
Conres now a Chicago sculptor, '
r- TT:t ! I - .1...
s-rcucriia. w, miuaru, wuu way
ment. Mr. Webster is in receipt of
photographs of the model and blue
prints of the ground plan. The model
a for monument twenty-five feet
high, twenty-one by fourteen feet at
the base, with figures on the four sides
each about eight leet high, ine fig
ures will be cast, in bronae and the '
shaft aculotorcd out of gray granite
to harmonize with the court house.
A giODe jour icei in diameter wouiu
surmount the proposed shaft Bronze
panels six feet long and thirty inches
high would be on the four aides of
The photographs of the model show
historic and patriotic groups on the
four sides of the base. The front of
the monument depicts a pioneer and
a French trapper. On one aide is
Chief Blackbird and seated Indian
watching the approach of the white
shows a primitive Indian and a Span
iard. Still ai.nther is a woman Ne
braska, Girl of the West, with a child
holding a book (tending beside her.
In a tetter to Mr, Webster the
sculptor says that the cost of such a
monument would b! $70,000.
Relief Workers in Belgium
Will Be Interned Fortnight
Washington, March 29, Officials
of the State department today con
firmed reports that American relief
workers withdrawn from Belgium
and northern France would be taken
to Germany and submitted to a short
"news quarantine." ,
This procedure was agreed upon
a long time ago when it seemed prob
able that the Americans would have
to leave. Officials here, therefore, re
gard it as entirely correct. .
Seven members of the commission,
who have been working at the French
front, will go to Baden Baden. Ger
many, for two weeks under full free
dom of movement The forty or so
workers in Belgium will assemble for
a similar period at any city agreed
upon by them. Minister Brand Whit
lock will not be detained in any way,
but will proceed immediately to his
post at Havre, France, the temporary
Belgian capital. ,
Central High Vice Principal
To Talk to State Teachers
Vice Principal J. F. Woolery of the
Central High school will give an ad
dress at the meeting of the East Cen
tral Nebraska Teachers' convention
to be held at Fremont Friday. His
topic will be a monograph on "The
Changes Needed in American Second
ary Education," a presentation and
criticism of a paper on that subject
by Charles Eliot of Harvard univer
sity. Judge Ben Lindsey of Denver
will also be present during the con
vention. Everybody Wants to Be
Colonel, Says Major Todd
"Everybody wants to be a colonel,"
according to Major I. V. Todd of the
First Battalion. "The men who have
already applied to our station and
through other channels for such a
position would almost make up two
complete regiments. If they really
want to enlist where they would do
the most good, they ought to become
privates in one of our infantry com
panies." . '
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