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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH SI, 1917.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
BBAtmrCL -ROOM BUNGALOW.
TMt house facet east la on a hiah.
tfhUy lot block from car lino. It bat
full eomont bament Furnaco hat,
Thor It a beautiful largo living room,
don and dining room In light dull fln
Thoro are two largo bedrooms with
plenty of oloaet apace. Everything In
Small Payment Caeh.' -Balance
Telephone Today For. Appointment.
Will take you to aeo thla bouie tody
TELEPHONE DOUG. I!2 .
Owner being transferred Chicago, haa
Itited hfa -room, nearly new1 homo. Liv
ing room, dining room, kitchen and un-
room.on first lor, wun urepiact. inn
bookraes. Dining room haa bullt-ln buffet.
Second floor, three bedrooms and tiled bath.
Third floor finished off In one large
room. All the floor In the house are oak.
Owner has reduced the price of this prop
erty tTtO within the laat week. Bee thli
and make us an offer.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
M7 Omaha Nafl Bank Sldg. P. MM.
A LITTLE 0. 8. A. means Independence.
' Km lot in Weat Farnam district. F.
D. Weed. 310 South 18th St. Wead Bldg.
" , 7 BEAUTIFUL HOME ,
' , ON .
t- PRETTIEST MILE.
FOR SALE EAST TERMS.
Thla 6-room house facing east en the
Boulevard, In beautiful neighborhood. Is
' close to car line, furnishing excellent
, afreet car service.
The bouse Itself li tn excellent condi
tion and la modern throughout. Principal
rooma In oak. There la a fire place In
' living - room. Furnace heat. The base
ment la cemented, aH rooms are large.
Thm im nientv of room n rear of lot
for garden and garage; get the rest of
description oy inspecting youroon.
Be sure to sea this early It will go In
Small Payment Cash.
,l Balance, Easy Terms.
TELEPHONE DOUO. MM ANT TIME.
Today or Tomorrow.
BIG BARGAIN IN
Nln. rooms, strlotlr moa.ru i built (or
bom, wtlh Quarter wed oak flnleh;
bat wtr heat; finished attio; complete
basement, plastered. Full lot on Later
tta Ave. Blvd., near ISth. Garaso. Non
realdent owner ha cut the price ts SS.000
for aulek aale: tbe house alone coat better
than MOO and the lot la worth IS.000.
Investigate at once.
GLOVER & SPAIN, (Realtors). .
Ponflaa ! SIS-SO City National.
NORTH SIDE BARGAIN
Hav. just listed ft praotlcallr new,
room all modern home, located! near
tforane Blvd. and Ames Ave., which
we can sell tor 13,000 en easy terms,
Phone Tyler 0. US Omaha Mat. Bank.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
MUST SELL AM LEAVING CITT, .
Leaving city. Eight rooms, all modern,
tiAt water heat, full basement large attic.
tn excellent condition, BO -foot south front
lot, beautiful lawn, shrubbery, family gar
den; on paved streets, taxes pVd; n'r
enurch and scnooi, s-minuw car service,
built for a home. $1,200 cash, balance
easy payments. Address 2031 Fowler Ave.
NEAR 25TH AND PINKNET STS. Nearly
new 2-story bungalow of 6 rooms and
sleeping porch, oak and birch finish, ele
gantly decorated. Immediate possession,
for only 91,150 cash or the usual Rasp
trms (which are always dead easy). Let
us show you this at once. HASP BROf..
110 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
; All modern, oak floors, garage, 50x189
ft. lot, paved street, near 26 th and Fort
Worth $2,500, will take $1,000 lot or auto
aa first payment or terms to suit.
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
1611 GRANT ST. New 6-roora bungalow,
oak finish, strictly modern, beautifully
decorated; lot 40x1 OS; paving all paid; for
' quick sale, $2,150; ' $250 cash, balance
monthly. Don't wait too long. Some
body Is going to get this. Tyler T21.
BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE.
The reasons for the growing popularity
are Best Results and a Rata of lo per
Whan yon want both of tba above,
CALL TTLER 1000.
' Five rooms, strictly modern, finished tn
oak. Located at 8922 N. ta St Price
1.160. Terms. Will take small eottage
NORRIS NORR18, v
400 Bee Bldg. Phoi.s Douglas 4272.
Must sell my brand new B-room, strictly
modern bungalow, worth $2,600. Leaving
the city, and will take $2,600 If I can get
$1,000 oaeh. Tour own terms on balance.
I20T N. 38th St. Colfax 4061.
' BUY FROM OWNER.
Large, six-room house, fall cement base
ment and furnace; large yard and ahlcken
house; plenty of fruit Ph. Benson 721-j.
fix-ROOM house, two lots, store room, 5
closets, summer kitchen, barn, coal shed,
chicken house; fruit; close to school and
car. High and sightly; $2,000, Terms. Col-
SEAT 6-room cottage, modern except neat
$1,209. MIT Decatur. Web. 1672.
place for gardening. Price $1,200; $122
cash; balance $1$ per month, Colfax 2762.
I. . A. revealed soon. Watch the daljy
1611 WOOLWORTH AVE. Modern -r. and
finished sleeping porch, oak floors; would
oonslder trade or equity. Call evenings,
Douglas 2472. Richard Hewitt, 212 N.
BVERTBODT boost for 8. 8. A.
'OR SALE or rent 7-roem house at 61d
and Center Bts. On car line. Walnut 227.
Stucco construction, 2 large light rooms.
Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Pries
23,(00. Easy terms. Another now build
ing for 23.650. Call Douglas 1721 daya
Walnut 1580 evenings.
. B ROBINSON. Real Estate and Xnaur
' ance, 442 Bee Bldg. Douglas 2027.
VORLD REALTY CO.. ""bS'T
- R. a TRUMBULL,
LI World-Herald Bide. D. 1714.
EAL ESTATE Investments
1 GUARANTEED YOU
On your money lh any amount by
HOME BUILDERS, Inc.,
SEE V FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKBT a SON,
tot First National Ban Bld.
971,96, In oom. IS per cent; on. year
old; very fine location; mortgage 111,000
and will accept 120.000 In trade; bal
aae. cub ar nefotlabl. papers.
- CALKINS CO.,
PeeaSM Ilia, City Nat. Bank Bids.
Ill will auk pwv kwr artier Mtliea.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WB here some good homea and rentel prop,
rttos for Neb. or Iowa land. Edward F"
Williams Co.. Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg
WATCH S. 8. A.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
S, I. A. means sveeesa for you.
AFTER looking at MINNA LUSA 100 dif
ferent buyera decided that It waa tb. beat
propoattlon on th tnarkat and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
IF TOU will oome out today you will
nnderstand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
Tel Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 17,
8. S. A. Is something that cannot be stolen,
cannot burn up, cannot run away.
7 CHOICE LOTS
31st Ave. and Jackson .
We have T very desirable tots on 21st
Avenue, Just south of Jarkson street. In
cluding two corners, which are being of
fered right now t a big discount from
former prices. Will sell separately. Chance
to get a cloee-tn lot In a desirable dis
trict at a bargain, full particulars of
GLOVER & SPAIN. REALTORS.
Douglss 2202. 212-930 City National.
8. 8. A. is the true basis ( all wealth.
BEAUTIFUL ' . ot lota ' 1:20. only
12 cash and Bff cents per wee- Doug 8392.
FARMS, acreage and Dundee property a
apeolalty. & ARION LEWIS. 498 Bee.
REAL ESTATE B'new Pr'pty
MAKB up your mind for 8. I. A.
H. A. WOLF, Realtor. Ware Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
8. S. A. Is your opportunity. Grasp. It.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
WHEN will you benefit from 8. 8. AT
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes. Before buying
be sura and see
GEORGE & CO..
cTAVB oalls for Dundee homes, and would
like exclusive listings on a few bungalows
and houses from 23,600 to 212,0007 G. A.
Qrlmmel. 242 Om. Natl. Bank Bldg.
IT TOU find It hard to make both ends
meet, try 0. 8. A.
DUNDEE HOME, 7 -room mod., very choice
practically new. 2012 Davenport, $50.
M'KITBICK REAj ESTATE CO.. D. 100.
OMAHA people Want 8. 8. X.
FLORENCE Real Estate Co.. Phono 2lo. 202.
HOM ERE E KERB. ATTENTION.
On a amall cash payment ws will buy
the lot you select, built a horns after your
own plans and you can pay for It on
small monthly payments, without extra
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
INCORPORATED CAPITAL 226,000.
4936 60. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
MEDIUM PRICED HOMES.
On the South Side, on full slsed lots,
ranging from 21.100 to 13.000 In different
' localities, with all city Improvements,
near schools and churches; can be bought
from us on a small cash payment.
SOUTH OMAHA INVKSTMEN1 CO.
HAVE IS acres, 1 ml. So. of Q St.; lies
gently rolling; very fertile. It taken at
once, 2222.00 per acre. Terms.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
929-20 City Nat'l. Douglas 2862.
Sale of City Lots
NOT COUNTRY LOTS NOR EVEN SUB
URBAN LOTS, BUT CITY LOTS. ,
RIGHT IN TOWN. RIGHT ON
OR NEAR STREET CARS
' 4d to 45th Streets, Leavenworth to Pacific Sts.
' City Water? YES.
Sewer? YES. 7.. ' , 7
Gas? YES. . 7 .
- Cement Sidewalk? YES.
"" Electric Light? YES.
' Above improvements all paid for? YES.
Restricted for residences? YES. -
Prices $450.00to $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 sooA own a part
of the earth. " 1 -
SALE, SATURDAY," MARCH 31 and
two days following, 2 p. m. until night.
We will be on ground Friday, 3 p. m. till
j night, to show lots.
Take Leavenworth Street car andget
off at 44th Street, or call our off ice and go in
automobile any time before the hour of sale.
It will be our pleasure to show you these lots.
.-- 77', REALTORS 7- : :
.J&L. . 642 Paxton Block. Douglas 1722 .
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
LET US SHOW TOU THESE Two Sne
properties, Saturday afternoon or Sunday.
2300 CASH. 220 PER MONTH,
One acre, lays almost level, has nearly new
five-room, house, full basement, southeast
exposure. Thle Is Just the place for a
truck gardener. Pries only 12,220.
590 CASH, 220 PER MONTH.
Two acres, good nearly new four-room
houne, wtlh full cement basement, good
barn and chicken house: some small
fruit. This is a real bargain at 12,200.
BIG FOUR REALTY CO..
1015-19 W. O. W. Bid. Douglas 3482.
8. 8. A. wltl bring you back to nature.
SBK those large garden tracts, 126x122, for
$476; 210 down, 97.50 per month. Close In,
1 block to car line and paved street.
Rhuler A Cary, Phone Doug. 6074. 204
Keellne Bldg. X
6-ACRE blk., Falracre and- Brownell Hall
district Snap. C. f. Canan.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 2 and t-room houses that can
be sold for 2100 cash, balance $12 per
month; send complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1820 rsrnnm. Tel. Doug. IM4.
LIST your & and t-room houses with us.
WE SELL THEM. OSBORNE RBALTT
CO.. Doug. 1 474.
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments, have parties waiting. Western
Real Ketate, 412 Karbach Blk. P. HOT.
A" GOOD 4 to 6 -r". home, about $3"6o"5. 'f.
D. Wead, 210 South 12th 81.
LIST your ft and 2-room house with
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO., Doug. 42t.
City and Farm Loans
2. 14 and per oent. Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H. Dumont A Co., 416-12 Keellne
Bldg., 17th and Harney.
$l,Bo MTGE., bearing t.pct., semi-annual,
secured by property valued at $4,210. Tal
m age -Loo mli InvCo., W. O, W. Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans, city
Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
ClTT and farm loans promptly made. Rates
t, H and per cent. Reasons bis com
mission. . ,
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
211 South 17tb, Omaha, Nib,
ft PER CENT to 2 per cent on best olsss city
residences to amounts $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1222 Farnam St.
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Ws also buy gooa zaraa more
gages, Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
8. 8. A Is one road to happiness.
8HOPEN CO., PRIVATE MONET.
PITT C1ARVIN BROS..
O LOANS. Om, Nat Bit. Bide,
imilRTHARRISON A UORTON.
O SU Omaha Nat. Bank Bid,.
OMAHA HOMES. EAST NEB. FARMS.
Q'KEEFB R. B. CO., 1012 Omaha Nat.
FARM and city loans, 2, Iti and 2 per cent.
W. H. Thomas, Keellna Bldg. Doug. 1242.
CITY and farm loans, lowest rates.
E. H. LOUGEB, Inc., 232 Keellna Bldg.
NO DELAT IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. Graham, 204 Be Bldg.
$100 to' $10,000 mads promptly, T. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Bts. -
LOW RATES. C. G. CARLBERG, $12 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686. ,
Stocks and Bonds.
ONAHMAN IRON CO. STOCK.
1,20ft SHARES Onahman Ivon Co. stock
for sals at $1.36. Will sell part B. H.
Fuller, 4666 Harriet, Minneapolis.
Abstracts of Title.
XTarv Tltla Guarantee and Abstract Co..
"wi 106 s. ntn sc., grouna iioor.
Bonded by Mass Bonding and Ins Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., Oldest abstract at
tics In Nebraska. 202 Brandels Theater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
pantea. 144 Brandeii Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
RA18B ALFALFA In' FLORIDA (NaUl
Hay) tills winter. Flr.1 outllna seye;
It and 110 annually on M0 land. Ill
Paiton Blk. Walnut Hit (avanlnn).
SMALL MO Farm 110 eaah and II manlb
I,; no !ntn. or taxes; hlfhly productive
land; elOM to I bis markela. Writ. Mr
photographs and full Information. MunSer.
A-110 N. T. Like Bids.. Kanaea City. Mo.
LAND HUNGRY MEfTT
Work for yourself! Ooed land for
poultry, fruit, vegetables, nesr good mar
kets, towns, schools, in Michigan's fruit
belt, fll to $1 per acre. 181 to 1100
dewo, balance small monthly or yearly
payments. Write for big booklet free.
Owner, George W. Swtgart. D-1I4I first
Nat Bank bldg., Chicago, 111.
FOR BALB CLOVER-LAND FARMS.
Grains thrive. Drouth, hall unknown.
Root crops, dairying, grailng, tdeal Fine
roads, market; 141 growing days. Aver
age killing frosts October t. Terms easy.
George Riwell. jr it Bacon Blk Mar
240 ACRES, 41 miles from Minneapolis, near
two good railroad towns; one-half under
cultivation, balance used for pasture and
hayj can practically all be cultivated;
good . set buildings; this lsnd will produce
40 bushels of corn per acre; country Is
thickly settled; complete set of machin
ery; IT head of stock, consisting of 11
cowa, balance 1 and I year olds; 4 good
' horses, 15 hogs, chickens and everything
,on the farm goes at $6 per acre; one
halt csih; Immediate possession can be
had. Schwab Bros. 1021 Plymouth Bldg..
WILL sell at a sacrifice 11 acres adjoining
Council Bluffs, 11 acres bearing grapes; 1
acres garden. J. 8. Mosbaohar, 1631 Madi
son Ave., Council Bluffs.
tM ACkkS DAWES COUNTY.
Nina miles southwest of Cbsdroo,
acres very bast of farm lsnd, be lanes
flna ptature, heavy grass. - NO SAND.
' Plenty of timber for fuel and posts, areafe
and never-felling aprlnga. One of tb best
combination places tn Nebraska " Pries
111.04) per acre, easy terms. Call or write
for full particulars.
KLOKE INV. CO.:
MS Omaha Nat Bank Bldg., Omaha Neb,
110 ACRES, joining town Pine bluffs, R
acres hay meadow, ISO acres cultivated,
SO In winter wheat, running water year
around. All csn be cultivated; fenced;
poor set Improvements, Prlcsd to sell. No.
trades, itis n. ism Ave., tfenson, nen.
SMALL Nebraska farms on' sasy payments--S
acres up. We farm the farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers As
sociation, Uth and Howard fits., Omaha-
CHOICE 1S0-ACRB Gaga county farm, Ira
proved: 120 acres under plow, one 1
miles from town and school.
ARCHER RBALTT CO., .
480 Brandels. Bldg.
11,100440 A. Imp. mtddls Neb. farm, on
main Una B. U. Ry.. 100 cash, 00 (
yrs., 100 10 yrs. at t pr. ct. for quick sals.
C. J. Canan, McCagua Bldg. Don't linger.
WET land made dry enough for crops or
no pay, Is our way of draining land. No
tract too largs or too wet Guarantee
Drainage uo.A uaaiann. wen.
EtAST central Neb., 10 acres, highly lm
proved farm, close to town, snap, terms,
possession at once, S, B, and 1L D. Mont
gomery. . .
ARE YOU DISCOURAGED ,
with the High Cost of Llvtng In Ne
braskaT Then come wtlh us on our nest
exourslon to the Trinity River Valley
of East Teias on April t. Ws want you
to see and Investigate our corn and- el
falfa lsnd ws are selling for tho low prios
of $35 per acre; easy terms. Bo Inde
pendent and purchase a farm of your own
In thla "Sure Crop Country," where the
rainfall Is ample and the climate de
lightful.. For further Information call or writs
W. S. FRANK,
101 Neville tlk., Omaha, Nsbraska.
GREAT bargalnr, t down ; IS monthly, bays
40 acres gooa rruu ana poultry iana near
town, southern Missouri. Price only I06,
Address Bog 101, Excelsior Springs, Mo.
USED CAR DEPT.
Cnslas 19. ' 1047-M Farnam
Tourlns oarS and roadsters of Overland,
tndebakor. Maxwell, Ford, Oakland,
lfUch.il. Bolek and Hudaon makes,
TERMS IF DESIRED.
Prompt attention given to all Intonated
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
Hot Farnam St Bouslaa till.
Ford touring ..
Lltht "" Palga ,.,....1471
Hudson "f -40." saerlflos.
Mitchell '' 50
WS will trad, jou a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL OARAOE CO.,
tOth and Harney. - Dougla. Hit
C. w, FftAttCiS Aut6 CO.
Used Car Dept.
2)14-11 Farnam Bt Douglas I SI.
Almost any make at reasonable prices.
FOR sals, cheap for cash, lata model five
passenger oar. Will take Ford m part
payment Call after S p. m. 1416 .
1011 Overland touring oar, good tires, good
running order, ills, crosstown uarage,
21S 8. 24th. Phono Douglas 4441.
Auto repairing; expert mechanics.
1111 Harnsy t P. 1140.
2 IN 1 VUL CO.,
1616 Davenport St
10 Per Cent Saved on Tear Tiro
BERT6CHT "Kan-Fix-It." Southeast cor
ner 20tb and Harney Bts. Douglas 2SS1.
CASH FOR YOUftTJSKD CARS.
ATJTO EXCHANGB, HOT FARNAM. D. 601S.
WE PAT CASH FOR FORDS.
lie a, itth st.
Auto Livery and Oarages.
WHITE A CALFB garage, TU S. 17th, auo
esssors to Smith A Doafner Garag! day
and night storage; repairs and supplies.
A chance to pleas yoq Is what ws ash.
HAT xkiy A. uiy igiwii iut, iivu sa-
wave raadv." Omaha ttaraaa. 1010 Har-
Auto Repiirinr tivl Psintini.
tlOO reward for masnsto w. ean't rapalr.
Colls repaired. Baiadorfer. 110 W. llth.
Tires and Supplies.
NEBRASKA Auto Repair Work,. Services
and prima nsnt. us lets sl D. tm.
Go to the
56th and Q Sts.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HARLET DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargalna In uaed marhlnea. Viator Rooe,
"The Motnravele Man, nil Leavenworth.
TWIN Bxcel.lor rh.ep. W.heler 3H
THE Salvation Army Industrial Homo so
licits your old dot hint, furniture mega
Btnes, Wa collect We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4UI and our wagon will call. Call
and Inepeot our new home. 1116.. lit 1114
BEST RKSULT8 A l''AIR RATE.
The reasons for the growing popularity
are Best Results and a Rata of lo per
When you want both of the sbovs, j
. CALL TTLBR 1000. '
ETTA STUROKSS, maBeage, sleotrlo Turk
Ish baths, manicuring, feels I and acalp
treatments. 1604 Hartley. Open evenings
WANTED Small child to board In Cath
otlo homo; motkers care. Address Box
MECHANO THERAPY treatments. Miss
Halloran, 113-1 Neville Block.
MISS KDNA, eolentlAo massage, Sll Ne-
villa Blk. Open evenings and Sundays.
LUELLA WEB3TKR, massage ad men!-
curing. SIB Fsiton Blk. Red 1400.
UAH BRUOHAN, scion 10 ' masseuse and
baths. 101 Karbach Blk. Red 1131.
ALL Right Private Maternity Home. 101
Miami St. Webster I0O8.
SCIBNTiriC masaags, S.O Bee Bldg, Phone
MISS LILLY, bath,' message. 1323 farnam'
VIOLET RAT treatment 421 Bee nidg.
PR. . R. TARRT,
Ir. E. X. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal dlseaae, without surflcal op
eratton. Cure suaranteed and , no money
paid until cured. Wrlta for hook on roe
tar diseases with testimonials.
DR. E. R. TARRT. .
140 Bea Bids. Omaha, risk.
WHT SUFFER T Latest and Most SclentlSe
Treatment for All Dlseeaes. Dr. CbarlM
Barnes. tlt-BIO Roa. Bids. Examination
and Conoultatlnn fr... H. ts ourlns thou
sands. WHT NOT YOUr Delays are dan
serous. If you can't , eall. wrlta. Hours
a. m. to I p. m.. T:I0 t. 1:10 .v.nlnsa.
Sunday by appointment
RADIUM water baths and Hot Springs mer
cury treatment for rheuraatlam. Dr. K.
Prof, 14 Fatteraos Block, p. 1114.
Rtfp-TURlE" Bgcc.-tullr treated without a
aurslcal operation. CalI or writ. Dr.
Frank H. Wr.y. 0 Bee Bias.
Sursloal operatlcna srevantL 411 bhx Bid.
DR. KNOLLBJDBERa, SANITARIUM.
Lady attendant. 4th and Farnam. P. Tits.
Dr. C. J. Lawrence. Balrd Bids. P. 1481.
Dr. Frances Dawson, toj-t Roe. Bldk. T. 1 144.
Pre. Johnston, lill W. O. yy. Bids. P. 4ll,
Dr. Bradbury. No Fain. HI W. O. W. Bids.
Taft's Dent. Rma. I" Roe. Bids. P. tltT
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
Cyphers1 Incubators and hovers." Stewart's
Beea store, lit w. ntn at., upp. r. u.
Queen Incubators, and colony hovers. Stew
art's Seed Store, lit N, 10th. Opp. P. O.
Screenings, $1.80 100, Wagner, 101 N. llth.
HorMa Liv Stock Vehiclca
BIO auction at Benson, Saturday Mkroh til
tl p. m. If you are Interested la horses,
cows, ate,, go to tho Benson Auction
every Saturday. F. D. Van Pelt. Auc
tioneer, Phone Douglas 1111. W, 8.
Wright,' Manager. Phone Benson tl.;
rOCR good work horses. J. F. Anil, ' Al"
bright Call South 4S0.
MONEY TO LOAN
LOOK I LEGAL RATE LOANS! LOOK I
10.00 costs you I CIS for six months.
1 101.00 costs you 10, IT for one year.
1st. 00 costs you 11.10 for one year.
104.00 costs yon 40.10 for ons year,
too. 00 oasts you 60,00 for ons year.
Other amounts In proportion.
EASY PAYMENTS, UTMOST PRIVACY.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY
140 Paaton Blk. Tel. Doug. IMS.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
140, t mo., H. goods, total oest, 11.10,
140, mo Indorsed notes, total cost, ll.tt.
Smaller, larger am'ts, proportionate rata
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
Organised by Oms ha Business Men.
4IJ Rose Bldg.. 14th and Farnam. Ty. ttt.
t pet on Dla. Qross. 410 N. Itth. R. tOIL
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
V Tho undersigned will receive bids for the
construe len of a store building to be erected
at Kewell, B. D., for the N, M. Bra (ton
Mere. Co., according to plans ana specifica
tions an file at the office of tho above
Bids to be entitled to consideration, must
be mads on the "Form of Proposal" which
Is bound with each copy of the specifica
tions, all blanks filled In and properly
Each proposal snail do aooompaniea oy
a certified check for two per oent of the
amount of the bid, mads payable to the N.
M. Bratton Merc. Co., which check ahall
remain tba property of the N, M, Bratton
Mere. Co. upon the failure of tho accepted
bidder to sign ths contract or furnish tho
bond required In "Form of Proposal.'
Cheeks of rejected bidders shall bo re
turned upon tho awarding of the contract
or tho rejection of all bids.
Proposals shall bo addressed to If. M.
Bratton, president of tho N. M. Bratton
Merc. Co., In an opaque sealed snvslopa
marked "Pessonal," and bearing the title
of tho work and tho name of tho bidder.
Plana and specifications will bo on fllo
at tho office of tho N. M. Bratton Mere.
Co., and ons copy will bo on fllo at the
Bulldera ; Exchange, St Pan), Ulna., for
tho convenience of contractors.
Contractors desiring a sst of the plans
may obtain the same by depositing 111
with tho N. U. Bratton Mora. Co. whlofc
amount will bo refunded apon the return
of tho plans In good condition.
The N. M. Bratton Mere, Co. ressrves ths
right to reject any or all bids or to ask
for revised bids on ths data of opening of
bids If ehangea are made requiring the
AU bids are to be In tho hands of N. M.
Bratton before, noon of April IS, HIT, and
ara to ba opened at I O'clock p, m,, April
IS, HIT. (Signed)
N. M. BRATTON MERC. CO.
A. E. RICHARDS, Secretary.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Paul Herman and wife to Mat hi as
Peterson, Washington street, sixty-
two feat west of Twenty-fifth street,
south side, 431101..... 41,100
Htmon Goldberg and wife to Annla
Dowd, northesst corner Twenty-sixth
and Z streets. 10x121 100
Peter F. Frenser and wife to the
Alfred Bloom company, California
street, sixty-six feet oast of. Six
teenth street, north side, ttxll!.... 1 1
Anhcuacr Busch Brewing association
to Thomas Jones, Dodge street, six-ty-slx
feet osst of Twelfth street,
north side, 48x110 1,000
Frank Bevlck and wife, et al, to Vac
lav Prochaska and wife, D street,
14T feet west of Seventh street,
north side, 44x110...., t 1,400
Carolina L, Barkalow to Engelbert
F. Folda, northwest eornor Thirty
seventh and Chlcego street, 04x160. 1
Charles W. Martin and wife to Ethel
M. VanValkenberg, Whit more street, .
lot feet east of Twenty-eighth ave
nue. 11x114: northeast corner Thir
tieth and Bauman streets, 4I.Bxl20.. 1
Augusta Becker- and husband to Clar
. ance Lucas, northwest corner Twen
ty-sixth and Cuming streets,' llxtt. , 1
Hans Nielsen and wife to Jenelns
Petersen, Vinton street. 100 feet
enat f Vhlrte-.foartk street north
Olds, 100x121.1 9.10
Walter L. Miller end wife to Edwara
J. Wolf. Donsrlaa street 141 feet
east af Forty-elghth street, north
South High Glee Olub An
' nounoei Concert for April
14 in Auditorium.
PLAN TRIP OVER STATE
The Boys' Glee club of South High
hat prepared an entertainment for
April 27. H. G. Pyke. leader, is put
ting the body through preliminaries
for a formal "mock trial" and "Ha
waiian night" in the school auditor
There are twenty-eight men in the
company. Guy Emigh and Merle
Reeves are leading soloists. The boys
arc preparing for a trip through the
state, which will be made soon after
the entertainment is completed. Mr.
Pyke, the director, was a member of
the Purdue University Glee club four
. Principal numbers of the April
program will be a Hawaiian musical
and a mock trial with scenery to
match. The move is bscked by the
Board of Education. There will be
six straight numbers besides the com
edy. General Wage Increase.
Twenty-five cents per hour is the
minimum wage for unskilled labor at
the packing plants of the city. The
third increate in fourteen months
was announced to take effect April 1
and means a general raise of 2Vt cents
per hour for all classes of labor. Eight
thousand men were affected.
Cudahy'a were first to make the an
nouncement. Swift'a followed suit
closely with Armour's snd Morris
coming in on the home stretch. At
ths Cudahy plant the increase varied
with the classes of labor above unskilled,-
ranging from 5 to 12H per
Important Masting Ahead.
Mayor Dahlman will be honor guest
at the next meeting oi the East Side
Improvement club. President Frsnk
Richardson made this announcement
last evening. Other commissioners
will, also be in attendance with the
Ths meeting is set for April 14 and
will be held in the Hawthorne school
building at Eighteenth and Missouri
avenue. Important matters will come
up for consideration..
Kids Meet st Library.
Forty-one children, the big part of
them little tots, attended the "Story
teller's league" meeting at the public
library yesterdsy. Miss Swsrtzfander
of the Central library led them. Ses
sions are held every Thursday after
noon at i o'clock. Miss Contey, one
of the local librarians is assisting in
. Armours Sing.
Before 1,000 people, who packed the
auditorium of the Wheeler Memorial
church last evening Armour's Glee
club gfve a splendid musical program.
The crowd was the largest yet gath
ered her for a musicalj.
Laura Peterson wss leading so
prano soloist Forest Dennis, grsd
uate of tha Jouth High school, led
in tha baritone singing and "Ted"
Lehmer, also a South High alumnus,
plsyed on the violin.
Mr. Wrath opened the program
with an organ selection, which was
followed by- two songs, "Onward
Christisn Soldiers," and "The Stsr
Spsngled Banner," by the Glee club.
The entertainment ended with both
singers and audience singing "Amer
ka." ' Confident.
Usually business houses evsde the
question of comparison. Her at
Flynn'e we rave it. ' We know we
have the line and we are equally con
fident that our prlcinga will make bet
ter than a fair comparison, with any
line that migfw be classed, in the same
range of quality as ours.
Therefore, you can aee we are not
wholly selfish when we ask you to
look tier before you uy. Look here
first; if you save a little money, it's
just as good as the money you work
for. JOHN FLYNN & CO.
Mad citr a if.
For stent fltorss, hovms, eottsses and
Sets. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
Cbarlla Burba has eatl.4 a satherlnt ot
tbs junior Boy Beauts ot th. wheeler Me
morial ohureb tor Monday avenins. These
scouts will form on. o( th. .Isht troops
that ara bains orsanlaed. bera by . B.
I-IRB INSURANCE, eholoa of II Iradlns
companies; prompt sorvlo., lowest rates.
SOUTH OMAHA INVBSTMENT CO.
A mMtlns ( tba Jv Dealer. Bullous
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
side, tlilli r. 4.700
John K. Hlgbes and wife to Merle M.
Klla., northwest oorner Morton ava-
and Bed strMt, Bn.on lOgltS' 1
B.nson Land oompany to John K.
HIsbM, southeaat oorner Clarbe and
Karl strMt, Sanson, IOiIIS
Qulney Beolty oompany t Barbara'
Matussewokt, t at. Tblrty-Mvanth
street, eighty fort aoath of O strsot,
west .Id., Stalls , 1 IM
Let The Omaha Bee help you
with your Spring Shopping
The Bee maintains it Shopping Service as a
convenience for those of its readers who cannot
come to the city to shop, or for "shut-ins" in
town who are unable to see for themselves the
new things displayed in the stores. Polly The v
Shopper will gladly help you with your needs,
so there's no reason why you should shop hap
hazardly through Eastern catalogue houses
when, you can have someone personally superin
tend your shopping for you in the metropolis of
your state, where merchandise is arriving daily
from New York. Watch for the gossipy notes
of the hew things in the shops and about town
by Folly The Shopper in the Society Section of
Tha Sunday Bee. .
".".!;.': ; - . ' .' ' TV'
THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGE TO OUR
READERS FOR THIS SHOPPING SERVICE.
asaeolatloa will k. held Sunaar menus.
Rernetfln. I08S South Twenty-fifth street, '
made this announcement this meralns. It
Is probable that offlcera will be eleotea.
Ted Bratton will lead boys of th. Whe.t.r
Memorial Sunday school on a hike to Bella
vue tomorrow mornlns. the weather per
mlttlns. A trip through th. oolles. will
Blrhteen deiesatea and alternates war
elected at a meetlns of the South Side A.rl.
of Kases held Tuesday evening t. maka tb.
of tlHglee held Tueeday evening to make tha
the three-day seuelon of the Nebraoka Stat
association, which will b. bald then.
rrancls X. Bu.hman and Beverly Bayn.
appear In "Th. Ureat Secret" at the Beea.
tonight This Is doubl. bill nlfht at lh
Dr. B. L. DLanney. local phyelctan. baa
Juat undergone a aerloua operation at tha
Nlcholaa Senn hoapttal. His condition Is
said l ba critic. I. .
Priest Says Every
Man the Author of
The closing of the three-day Lenten
retrest of the people of the Holy
Family parish ended last night with
an address on "The Value of Life" by
Rev. John Palubicki of Fullerton, who
had been conducting the three-day
services at the Holy Family church,
Eighteenth and Izard streets.
"Man is the cause of his own un
happiness," Father Palubicki said.
"Life has been fashioned by God and
one must obey the rules set down by
Him. Unhappiness is brought sbout
by the violation of these laws."'
In the ssme way he aaid that man
is the author of his own happiness.
He ssid that everyone must pay
penance if they are to get the moat'
out of life. "Penance," he said, "con
sista in bringing the lower aenses
under the domination of the' upper
faculties and will."
A large procession of children of
the Holy Fsmily school wss one of
the features of the evening's program;
The boys wore black and white cas
socks. The girls wore white dresses,
wreaths and white veils.
The following assisted at the clos
ing service of the triduum: Rev. D. ,
r. ncrriugiuii, siev j. vv. uivuouu,
Rev. I. C Buckley, Rev. P. A. Flana
gan, Rev. M. Gluba, Rev. J. Palubicki,
Rev. P. Moran and Rev. R. S. Dowd.
Railroads to Also Apply
. To the State Commissions
Chicago, March' JO. The railroad
having announced that their applica
tion to the Interstate Commerce com
mission for an advance in freight
ratea will be followed by application 1
to tha atate commissions, sn snalysis
of the, latter is to be published in to
day's issue of the Railway Age Ga-'
Th analysia will state that th rati'
road, or oublic utility commissions
r. Herrington. Kev. j. w. stenson,
kt forty-six statea hav 158 members,
snd of these seventy-nine, ar exactly
one-half, are lawyers. Only ten of
the 158 have had railway experience.
The atudy includes forty-seven com
missioners in forty-six states, New
York having two commissions. Mon
tana did not report Of the nonlaw-.
yers on the commissions, the Gazette
in advance apeech says thst thirteen
are farmers, thirteen public officials,
six merchants, five civil engineers,
four bankers, four editors, three uni
Live Stock Shippers Are
. Protesting Rate Raises
Chicago, March 30. The National
Live Stock Shippers' Protective,
league last night sent to the Inter
state Commerce commission a tele
graphic protest against a proposed
general advance in freight ratea. The
league asks that no increase be
granted until details of the requests
of the railroada can be digested and
a full hearing had .on the subject.
The league has as members such
organizationa aa the American Live
Stock association, the National Wool
Growers, the National Live Stock
exchange, the National Meat Pack
ers' association, the Southern Cattle
men's association and the Society of
The protest aaserts that "an in
crease of 15 per cent, ss proposed,
would lay such an embargo on traffic
in thousands of instances as to change
the profitable operation ef business
andfrom one point to another and
work a complete and disastrous revo.
lution in the business interest of
Chicago Food Rioters
Attack Meat Markets
Chicago, Marcti 30.Eight meat
markets in the West Side Ghetto
were attacked by a crowd of aeveral
hundred men and women in a food
riot yesterday afternoon. Enraged by
the" high prices demanded by the
store keepers for their products the
rioters attacked the owners, seized
qusntities of meat and threw it into
tha street. The women smashed the
store windows arid overturned coun
ters. Twenty-seven women and three
men were arrested.
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