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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1917.
FOR RENT HOUSES
partly mdRjrn. .
SR.. ill Hinbt tl 111.10
1-R., 1311 Capitol Av. ... .t
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
s-R.. i: So. ITtk 81 15.00
l-R.. 11 No. th St 11.(0
4-K., Mi Pl.rca St.. 10.00
-R . 1134 No. !7th tit 11 00
7-R., I7K Plnknar Bt. (taras.).. 10.00
l-R.. SSI So. Ittt St., 13. SO
10-R.. 1111 Dodie St 40.00
l-R., 107 So. SOlb. St IS. 00
IIS So. 14th St.
8-R.,Apt. Or 116 auram.r; $10 wtnttr.
l-R-', Apt. 5.; S30 summer, v( IIS winter.
WE HAVE OTHERS. SEB OUR COM
PLETE LIST BEFORE RENTING.
PORTER- A SHOTWELU Rwltors.
101 So. 11th St. Doul. SOU.
Offices with HOME BUILDERS.
1113 S. lid St. l-r. mod. house. ...... W.0
1411 Capitol Ave., 8-r. mod. house.... 2S.O0
1011 Oraco St.. 8r. mod. hoaae -10.00
To N. 18th St, S.r. part mod. houae. 17.00
1410 Seward St., 7-r, part mod. houae. 16.00
1024 Corby St., S-r. part mod. houae.. 11.00
ALFRED C. KENNEDY CO.,
I0S South 18th St. Douglas Tit.
lUS-lbN. 43d, 6 rma., each... 121.00
S31 S. 34th Ave., rms.... .'. 17.10
3510 Seward St., t-rra, bungalow. .. SO. 00
3060 Woolworth Ave IS. 00
117 8. 29th St , IS. 00
138 Rosa: Bldf. Tyler 1B38.
t32.60t-roora .and sleeping porch, strictly
modern t nice and eool for summer.
137.60 t rooms and sleeping porch. In
SCOTT & HILL CO
McCagua Bldg. Douglas 1001,
WHAT HAVN TOO FOR RENT
la the way of four, fin or tlx , rooj
modern up-to-4ata apartraentaf Frsfsr
ance will be given to those In better
districts of the city. Want to deal direct
with owners: no agents. -
TELEPHONE DOUOLAS 101S.
I-ROOM modern house, with taraga for I
cars,, close to car una, on pavsd strsst,
ISO month. Douglas his.
HOUSES In all parts of the city.
CREIOH. 80N8 CO.. SOI Bes Bldg.
I1C7 DAVENPORT 8 rooms, new, 141.10.
B. H. Banner. Doug. 8400. ' '
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FOUR-ROOM, ateam-heaUd, 118 no,, near
poatomoo. o. F. Btcbmna, lsio Chicago.
8EVBNROOM ele-am--heatd."2l.; near poet-
otrice. o. p. stebbinn, 1610 Chicago.
JGSTASBOOK . apartment, four rooms, $21
month; O. P. Btebblns, lsio Chicago,
if'OR BENT Attractive 4 -room apt In the
Phaltan, 625 S. 21nt Ave. Eaay walking
diatance. H. W. Binder, 823 City Nat.
Banlc Bldg. Apt. Phono Tyler 1718; office
pnono Doug. 1X64,
Wve-ROOM. Jower flat, . modern; on "car
Una, , 8604 Leavenworth St, Telephone
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
RENTAL HEADQUARTERS FOR OMAHA
FOR RENT Buinc Prop'ty
. ' FOR RENT MAY 1ST.
Two modern storerooms-. 16x60 each.
with full basementa, 24 and 626 S. 16th
St. For particular see Conrad Young, 822
Branaeia Theater. Douglaa 15T1.
STOREROOM, 18th' and Pine'; Very1 reason
able -rent; good location for amall buil
308 Farnarn Bidg.
NEW modern atorea on Leavenworth be
tween 24th and 25th ma. sso to 160.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1808 FARNAM ST.
STOREROOM. 20x60, with baaement, WS
p. ZHtni Bt., .Harney r'oa.
bESK room and one of fihone. 413 Bee
Bldg. . ' . -
MODERN atore, lfith' St.. near soatoffloe.
875 month Q. P. gtebblni, 1610 Chicago.
MODERN STORES AND QFFICES IN FAR-,
nam magi First Tiuat co. u. uti.
Offices and Desk Room.
CHOtCtJ 'office space. Balrd Bldg., 17th and
pougiaa. McCagua inv. Co.
LANDLORDS. ATTENTION l
We trill eecure a desirable tenant for
your vacant atore,' houae or tat within-8
dayi If on,tha South Bid ana in Unable
condition,, or pay you a month'a rent.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., ,
INCORPORATED. CAPITAL 82R.D0O. " ;
482S 60. 34th St. Phone South 1247. "
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, 1 ' storage and, mov
ing. 219 N. 11th St. Phone
Douglaa 884, :
FIDELITY US&- FREE
Phone Douglaa 88 for complete
Itai of vacant houaea and - apart -menta.
.Also . for atorage, moving,
16 th and Jackson Sta.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
" STORAGE CO.. '
, Expert aerviee; prompt attention, , Your
moving, your paciung. your lorage.
Main Office, Central Furniture Store,
17th and Howard. Tel. p. 7785.
Separate locked rooma for household
gooda anil pianoe; -moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN' 'AND STORAGE CO.,
802, So. lth St - Douglaa 4168.
Van and two men,
11.16 per boor.
Van-and Storage Co., Moving, Packing,"
Storage and Shipping. Phone Doug. 1486.
Globe Van and Storage Co,
For 'rial aerviee In moving, packing and
atorlng, call Tyler 280 or Douglaa 4838.
J" "A"' "PPPTl -Expreaa Co., Moving,'
V IXEjEjIJ: Paekinlr and Storage,
1807 Fawjarn Web. 878. Doug. 6146.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
FOR SALE OR RENT-Seven-rem modern
house, .well located near car line In Dun
dee';; Teh Owner, Wal. 326 or Doug. 744.-
' - North. "
'8,800 COZY cottage on a corner lot where
everything Is strictly modern and up-to-date.
Five nice rooms and bath, all On
one floor,' large attic, partly floored; Handy
garden; aome-young fruit and nloe hedge;
3 blocka to car; owner tearing city, so
this la a, sacrifice sal, f 600 will han
OSBORNE RBALTT CO.,
70LJL Omaha Nat. Bk, Bldg. Tyler 488.
NEAR 26f H AND ELLISON AVE.
$300 DOWN AND $35 A MONTH.
Just listed,, a brand new ..room bnnra.
low corner lot; oak floors and oak fin
ish Priced at 13,100..
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
HT Omaha Nat" Bk. Bldr D. 1711.
8-roorh full 2-atory house, modern, flro
place,. hot. water heat, large 80x140 ft,
lot, One lawn i and shade trees, paving
paid. .Reduced to (4,350 for quick sale.
- 2 4 It Omaha Nat. Bank.
PINKNET ST. BARGAIN.
New bungalow of 8 rooma and sleeping
porch; Oak finlah; handsomely decorated;
worth 84,50 but you can buy It thtt
week for $3.B0 on Rasp terms (whfrh
are dfad easyj. Immediate action will
get you Immediate posieealon.
" , RASP BBOS.. Realtors
J10-K-14 Koellne Bldg. Tyler Kl.
WAVERLY PARK BUNGALOW
Brand new bungalow, juat being com
Dieted; 6 rooma all on one floor: stair
way to floored attic; oak fin Ian In living
rooma; run cement bament with not
and oold water; east front lot, located
high and sightly, Juat aouth of Fonte
nail park, will be sold on payments.
C. C CARLBERG, Realtor,
810-818 Brandela Theater Bldg.
FOR, SALE. .
T-r. houae. fully modern, on S2d and
Ellison Ave. Thta la a anap at 18,860.
Terms very easy. Doug. 3600.
W. B. FRANK, 801 Neville Blk.
Five rooms, strictly modern, finished In
oak: located at 3823 N. 3tth St. Price,
83,180. Terms. Will take small cottage
NORRIS A NORRIS,
400 Bee Bldg. Phono Douglas 4178.
3-ROOM house, In good repair, all modem,
one-half block to oar line, frutt on place:
price 83,860; will take good second-hand
auto as nrst payment, f none owner,
NEAR 34TH AND AMES AVE,
Brand new bungalow, 6 rooms and bath,
strictly modern; oak finish and up-to-date
In every way; lot 80x121.. Prtct. 83,860.
Cash or en Rasp terms. See this and you
win aay it is tne Best vaiue in town.
' RASP BROS., Realtors, .
, 810.12-14 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 731
(ROOM house, 2 lots, actually worth 13.500,
for 82.060, cash 8200, balance term Call
evenings. Harney 8364.
A Thoroughly Modern Home
New- six-room homo of tha semi-bungalow
type, strictly modern and up to the
last minute In every detail: oak floora
throughout, oak finish first floor, three
nearooms ana natn witn beautiful white
enamel and mahogany doo finish. Book
cases, colonnade seats, etc., built-in. Full
brick foundation, floor drain, eoat bin,
etc. All bul it by day labor and la nicety
decorated ready to move right In. Many
' other attractive features too numerous to
. mention. Let us show you the biggest
vaiue in ine city tor tne money.
OSBORNB REALTY CO.,
701-2 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 418.
BRICK AND FRAMB S EM I-3UNQ ALOW,
Situated on. high and tightly choice
tot tn jneia ciuft district; nice shrubs and
trees. Thla beautiful homo la thoroughly
modern in every respect, oak finish and
oak floors throughout! vestibule, fireplace,
bookcases, seats, buffet, sun room, French
. aoors to sun room, etc.; extra largo clos
ets: attractively decorated and is practl
, eally new. Price only 6,680 Call offlee
xor surtner particulars ana appointment.
U8BUKNHJ REALTY CO., .
701-8 Omaha Nat, Bk. Bldg. Tyler 488,
A OKNTLEMAN'B BOMS
Overlooking Hanncom Park. Plot IGOt
180. Contains twelve large rooma, three
batha with toilets. Innumerable oloaets
and pantries; steam beat, aeven flroplaoea
etna nmsnea in oak ana manogany, rnoe
611,000 and only 82,500 caaji requited.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.. INC,
4826 S. 14th St. Phono South 1247.
' Stucco construction, 6 large light rooma.
. Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price
33,800. Easy terms. Another new build
ing for 33,660. Call Douglaa 1728 day.
wainut iBBg evenings.
Building located 2612-3624 N street, South
umarta. Neb. win be at Paxton Hotel
Monday and Tuesday. Look It over. Make
me your beat otter. S. J. waghaider.
FOR SALE Beautiful I -room houae facing
Hanacom park; also for rent or for aate,
s-room house. 2 batha, auitabia for 8 fam
' Ulee; half block to car. Phono Har, 88,
WORLD REALTY CO., un.J,a"tM
J. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and lnsur-
aneo, 443 Bee Bldg. Douglaa 8097. .
R. S. TRUMBULL,
1308 1st KatM Bank Bldg. 81 iTt.
REAL ESTATE -B'ncM PrTpty
FOR SALE CHEAP New frame bulldlnr for
Karage, imiil. 'las-eo.- iat at. wai.
B. A. WOLF, Realtor. Ware Blk., Specialist
10 downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE Investment
FOR -a' aafe terastment, ffuarantMd T per
cem PI et.ww to .a.wuu.ww.
HOME BUILDERS 11.0 SHARES
are the beet In av.ry way.
Office, 17th and I)ouglas St, Omaha
$7S,000-Incom. It par cant; on. year
eld; very An. location; mortgage 128.000
ana will acoepc tze.vuo in trao.( m.
no. cash or negotlabl. papers.
Donglas 1311. City Nat Bank Bldg.
SEE TJS FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKET A SON,
tit First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
CLOSE IN FLATS FOR LAND.
Two good, strictly modern St. Louis
flata. Income. $960 per annum. Price 810,
000, Mortgage, 83.800. Owner wants land
not too far from omana.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO.,
. 801 Omaha Nat. Bank BMg. Douglaa 120.
A SECTION Brown Co. land at 112. &0 per
aore, 30 acres broke and balance hay and
pmsturqo will trade for hotel or acreage.
425 Brandela Bldg. Paul Sydone.
6-PASSENGER car, good looker, good
shape; will eichanga. Call south eon or
INCOME property in Benson for Income
property, in Omaha. Tel. Harney 4068.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
Five dandy lots at southeast corner Slat
Ave. and JackHon, 60x130 each; cneapeat
lota In the market; at $1,850 for inside
and little higher for corner. Terms If de
sired. . ,
GLOVER & SPAIN,
l-80 City National. Dour. 3tJ.
Ask us tor the 10 reasons why we think
Wavvrly Park la a good buy. Flntahed
lota as low as $650. $10 cash.
. Harrison & Morton,
IB Omaha Nat, Douglaa 814.
AFTER looking at MINNA LUHA 100 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was tha beat
propoaltlon on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lota.
IF TOU will coma out today you will
underatand why tha otbera are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
1 Omaha Nat Bank Bldl. Trier 1IT.
BARGAIN Vacant lot, 52x110, on 28th
Ave., near Tate.; make me an offer. C, A.
Orlmmel. Mt Om. Nat. Bk. Bldt.
HAVE tract of ground bounded by three
atreeta, with aewer and water In, contain
ing 20 lota. Anyone wanting building lota
It would pay them to Inveatlgata. Can
be used for a suburban homo. Do not
compare thla with acreage. Thla la right
In the city, close to car line and good
school. Can give terms. Tor further In-
formation aea TRAVER BROTHERS, 111
Tlrat National Bank Bldg. Douglas S
FOR BARGAIN, in clo.c-ln vacant aea
HUFFMAN, 413 Bes Bldg.'
BEAUTIFUL - ot Iota rlc. 1:20, only
42 uash and EO eents per wee.. Doug. 1202.
FARM LAND WANTED
WIS. nave cash buyers for. good Kimball
INTKR-STATR REATTT CO.,
828-30 City Nat. Bank. Tel. Doug. 8882.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Itrtok and stucco home, six rooms and
sleeping porch. thoroughly -modern
throughout; all floors of oak: oak trim
downstairs: white enamel upstairs: built
In buffets fireplace, bookcases, kitchen
cabinets, etc. ; large lot Owner must
sacrifice. Prefer to deal with buyer o
reet. Would accept light automobile or
lot aa part payment. Bo 8098. Bee.
Well located lots en easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes. Beforo buying
be sure and see
GEORGE & CO..
11ARQAIN DUNDEE LOT, EAHT FRONT.
IU0 cash. TBxl88 feet.
F. D. WEAl). 310 SO. 18TH BT,
5-ACRE blk., Falracre and Brownell Hall
district. Snap. C. J. Canan.
NEW T-room modern house for sale. W.
Q St district, on car line, good location
8600 down, balance like rent. The prlee
Is right. Call up and make appointment
to see it,
- J, H. KOP1ETZ. Phone Bouth 847.
FLORENCE Real Estate Co.. Phone Flo. 808
On a small cash payment we will buy
tha lot you select, build a homo after your
own plana and you can pay for it on
small monthly payments, without extra
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
INCORPORATED CAPITAL 828,000.
4835 fl. 84th St. Phone South 1S47.
MEDIUM PRICED HOMES
On the South Side, on full aised lets,
ranging from 81.800 to 83,000, in different
localities, with all city improvements, near
schools and churches; can be bought from
ua on a small cash payment.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
1 acre, with building, close to ear lino. 81,800
8 acres, with Improvements. 1,700
4H acres unimproved, on car line 1.800
3 acres unimproved at B4fn and Q Sta. 1,260
J. H. KOPIETZ, 4783 S, 3UH Bt.
tt ACRE tracts, 8478, 810 down, 87.60 mo.
uioee in ifmmr car. ioug. oim,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 8 and 8-room houaes that can
bo sold for 8100 cash, balance 818 par
month) send complete deaoriptlon first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1110 Femam. Tel. Doug. 1044.
GOOD HOUSES for aale or rent In all paru
of the city.
ALIsSN ft BARRETT.
818 B Bldg. Doug. 7788,
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments, have parties waiting. Western
Real isatate. is Karoacn ia. v. soot.
LIST your S and 8-room houses with
WI SELL THEM., OSBORNB RBALTT
CO.. Trier 4.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Sift. INVESTOR or man with small means,
here's your opportunity. Owner says sacri
fice H section fine wheat and alfalfa
land, 83.000 cash, 88,000 at 8 per cent Be
quick If won't last. MR. HUTTON, 586
FOR BALE In Fresno and Kin counties,
Ban Joaquin Valley, California, Ideal land
for alfalfa, grain and fruit growing, atock
and poultry raising. One-tenth down and
nine easy annual 'payments on balance at
8 pot, In good farm neighborhood, close
to market Over 16,000 acres of choice
land, at vary reaaonable prices, to select
from. To be sure you ara getting what
you want; you may lease for one, two or
three years with option to purchase on
above terms. Write for details of thla at
tractive method of buying on terms in
reach of anyone. . Tou could ask for no
fairer deal- San Joaquin Valley Is In the
heart of wlnterless California; 40 Acres
enough and should Pty for Itself In five
yeara. Tou can ttart here with only
81,000 and make good. I will gladly
place you In touch with those having the
t lands for sale. This Is such an easy way
to gat a California farm that my advice
la to act quickly. C. L. BeagraTea. In
dustrial Commissioner, A. T. ft B. F. Byes'
8107 By. gxcr., Chicago.
FOR SALE -IMPROVED FRUIT. DAIRY
and stock farms, 20, 40 or more acres, In
vicinity ot Fresno, Ban Joaquin "auey,
- heart of wlnterless California, greatest
raisin belt In world; now paying good
profits; houses, barns, fences, live stock
everything ready; crops In many Instances
paving better than 8ivo an acrs. sz.&oo
will buy a 810,000 place, with long time
on balance. Tour farm Income will take
care of future payments. Only limited
number of farms .can be had on these
terms, so writs today. I will gladly put
you la touch with those having farms for
sale. C. L. BE AQ RAVES. Industrial
Commissioner, A. T, ft S. F. Ry 8007
Ry Exoh.. Chicago.
440 .ACRES, Routt county, Colorado; all
rencea ana cross xencea; ceaar poata ana
Darnea wire; two sets or gooa improve'
ments; all. subject to Irrigation; unlimited
supply of water: paid up. water rights; lr
rlgated system laid- out by government
engineer.- This farm la located S miles
from shipping station. There are now 40
acres of thta farm In wheat; 380 acrea
ready for amall grain this spring. Will
furnish seed for sowing. This farm has
paid better than 88.000 per year Income
on one ha If of same In cultivation. Owner
has recently acquired- Uli tract of land.
out can not operate, but is in a position
to offer at a bargain. Is well worth. 846
per acre, but I am authorised to sell 830
per acre cash.. If you have not all cah.
or a small piece of 'Clear .property, will
take it at oasn value ana make terms.
- T. W. LAWSON;
615 Commerce Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Alter April zi aaareaa Denver, coto.
care Albany hotel, for seven days.
RAISE ALFALFA In FLORIDA (Natal
nayj tnia winter. First cutting so days;
160 and 890 annually on 860 land. 028
Paxton Blk Walnut 3687 (evenings).
FOR SALE CLOVER-LAND FARMS.
Grains thrive. Drouth, hall unknown.
Root crops, dairying, grazing, ideal. Fine
roaas, mantel ; hb growing aays. Aver
age killing frosts October 3. Terms easy.
ueorgs Howell, jr., 22 Bacon Blk., Mar
SMALL MO Farm 810 cash and 85 month
ly; no interest or taxes; highly productive
land; close to 3 big -markets. Write for
photographs and full information, Mungtr,
A-tis, w. x. iiro isiag., Kansas City, Ho.
GREAT bargains, 6 down, 35 monthly, burs
u acres gooa iruit ana poultry land near
town, souinern Missouri. Price only 2200.
AQaresa tsox sua, isxceis.or Springs, Mo.
VALUABUE Oiark frm rmrh s-mzlnv
umDcr ana mineral lands for sale; prices
irum fs.uv per acre up; write us your
wants. McCleHan ft Henry, Eminence, Mo.
Flax Is selling at more than 88.00 per
bushel at country points In Minnesota and
North Dakota today and may go higher;
new land easily produces 13 to 35 bushels
per acre; brak sod and sow seed up until
June 16; lots of time for this year's crop;
X own a number of choice, smooth tracts
of best prairie sod in Northwestern Minne
sota and offer at low price of 880 to 836
per acre, easy terms; this year's flax
crop will pay for the land; you may never
again have such an opportunity to be
come Independent; It la the chance of a
lifetime; coma at once and. sea mo or
write, but act promptly.
OUT B. ELWOOD,
T48 McKnight Bid., Minneapolis, Minn.
240 ACRES, 45 mllea from Minneapolis, near
two gooa railroad towns; one-bair under
cultivation, balance used for paatur and
hay; can practically all bo cultivated;
good set buildings; this land will produce
60 bushels of corn per acre; country Is
thickly settled; complete set of machin
ery; 37 head of atock, consisting of 11
cows, balance 1 and 2-year-olda; 4 good
horses, 26 .hogs, chickens and everything
on the farm goes at 166 per acre; one
half canh; Immediate possession can be
had Schwab Bros., 1026 Plymouth Bldg.,
MONTANA HoVestEAPS 16.000,000 acreV
t4o or e:v a .is ror you. Circulars free.
Write HonirntitRd Pureau of Montana,
Dept. 26, Box 846, Butte, Mont
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Farma on 10 years' time, per cent
Interest; wo offer quarters, half seotlons
and seetton of good, level, dark aandy
loam farm land In the beat farm district of
Holt county. Neb., ten mllea northeast of
Atkinson, en terms of 10 per cent cash
and tba balance in twenty yearly pay
menta. Unimproved land at 835 to 340
per aero; Improved half sections, 848 per
acre, If purchaser improves the land at
once no cash payment win ne requirea,
We will loan each buyer 81,300 to buy
cattle and hogs; wo are willing to h!p
reliable, energetlo farmers who can fur
nlth flrst-clasa reference,
J. O. PATTERSON ft CO., owners.
802 New England Bldg.. Kanxaa City. Mo.
HERE are land bargains for the land buyer
wo are going to sell the Lisco ranch In
tracts to suit tha purchaser; the land Is
located in oaraen, cneyenne ana ueuei
counties; the ranch contalna 60,000 acres.
fifteen miles of North Platte river front.
and all the river bottom and all the Ruah
creek valley; a lot of good, level farm
land on tba table; terms on-tnird caan,
balance 8 per cent Interest. Purchaser
can name the else of the farm no wants.
Wo will sell the outside first. First man
up gets his choice of the land. Now
is the time to buy. p, n. wiuiams, nept.,
Llsoo Land company, Llsco, Neb.
830 ACRES, six mllea from the Colorado
line, two miles from railroad town, level,
good soil. In this locality they last year
raised from 80 to 60 bushels of corn to
tha acre. It la out of the hot wind dis
trict Will trade for good Omaha prop
arty. Price 218 per acre.
BIG 4 REALTY CO..
1016-18 W. O. W. Bldg. Doug. 8486.
I A REVIEW farm, 260 acres, 3U miles
west of Lincoln, Neb. A dairy and hog
farm, well equipped with build Inge. 80
acrea alfalfa. No waste land. Write for
particulars. I must sell soon. C. H. An
drews, 713 P St., Lincoln, Neb.
FOR BALE OR TRADE.
1,440 acre ranch Southwestern Thomas
County. Neb., partly lmproved,vprlca 8)2.60
ARCHER REALTT COMPANY,
Douglas 3410. 680 Brandeis Bldg.
SMALL Nebraska farma on easy payments
8 acrea up. We farm the farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers' As
sociation, 16th ana Howard eta., omana.
FOR SALE Best largS body hllh grade,
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, wol
WET land mads 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.
feAST central Neb., 80 acrea. hlshly Im
proved farm, elose to town, snap, terms,
ponsesston at once. a. e. and n. XL Mont
New York Lands.
NEW TORK FARMS WRITE FOR CATA-
LOO. FREE FOR ASKING, GIVING PES
CRIPTIONS. PRICES, TERMS, ETC., ON
HUNDREDS OF FARMS. SQUARE DEAL
REALTY CO., 42 THE FLORENCE,
SYRACUSE, N, T.
South Dakota Lands.
FOR SALF OR EXCHANGE.
840 acres, lying on a flne auto Toad,
near Henry, Codding ton county. Bouth Da
kota. Thla Is a high-class farm, highly
improved, fine grave, plenty of good water,
MID-WEST LAND CO.,
1087 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1168.
81,500 MTQK,, bearing 0 pet semi-annual.
secured by property valued at 64,760.
Ta Image -Loo mis Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
. H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans,
City Nat'I Bank Bldg.
$600,000 city and farm loans, 4H per cent
Eseiln, 612 Paxton Blk. Red 7401.
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages.
City and Farm Loans
I, BH and per cent Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real eatate for
sale. X H. Dumont ft Co., 416-18 Kaolins
Bldg., 17th and Harney.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Re tea
6, and 6 per cent, Reaaonable com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
. 213 South 17th, Omaha, Nob.
I PER CENT to 8 per cent on beat class city
residences in amounts 83.000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1888 Farnam Bt
MONET to loai on Improved farms and
ranenes, wo also ouy good rarm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
6H AND 6 per cent farm and city first mort
gages for sale. B. H, Lougee, Ino. 588
Keellno Bldg. '
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
o'kebfb r. b. co., ion omana Nat'I.
FARM and city loans, 8. 6H and 8 per oant
w. h. Thomas, Keeiine Bldg. Doug, 1843.
NO DELAY IN CLOSINO LOANS.
W, T. Graham, 804 Bee Bldg.
SHOPEN A CO.. PRIVATE MONEY.
CITT GARVIN BROS.,
LOANS. Om. N.L Bk. Bid..
MOIIBT HARRISON A MORTON.
is omana Nat. Bank Bin.
3100 to 310,000 made' promptly. F. D, Wead,
weaq mog.. lain ana rarnamms,
LOW RATES. C O. CARLBERG, 111 Bran-
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686.
Abstracts of Title.
Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co..
806 S. 17th St. ground floor.
Bonded ny Mass, Bonding andina. co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of
flee In Nebraska. 208 Brandela Theater,
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay fnsuranos com
panies. 844 Brandels Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
140. a mo h. goods, total cost. la.&o.
840, 8 mo Indorsed notes, total cost, 83.60.
Smaller, large am'ts, proportionate rats.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
Organised by Omaha Business Men.
482 Rose Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty. 868.
.LOOK' LEGAL RATE LOANSI LOOK!
$ 80.00 costs you 8 8,26 for six months.
103.00 costs you 20.37 for ono year,
. 166.00 costs you 8L 20 for ono year.
.304.00 costs you . 40.80 for one year.
300.00 costs you 60.00 for one year.
Other amounts in proportion.
BAST PAYMENTS. UTMOST PRIVACY.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY. .
' 840 Paxton Blk. T-l. Doug. 2206.
Persistent Advertising' is the Road
DR. B, R., TARRY,
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical op
eration. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid until cured. Write for book on rec
ta, diseases with testimonials.
DR. E. R. TARRY,
340 Bee Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
WHY SUFFER? Latest and Most Scientific
Treatment lor All Diseases. Dr. Charles
Barnes, 613-620 Rose Bldg. Examination
and Consultation free. He is curing thou
sands. WHY NOT YOU7 Delays are dan
geroua, If you can't call, write. Hours
8 a. m. to 6 p. m.. 7:80 to 8:30 evenings.
Sunday by appointment
RUPTURE Successfully treated without a
surgical operation. call or write Dr,
Frank H. Wray. 306 Bee Bldg.
DR. KNOLLENBERG, SANITARIUM,
idy attendant 24th and Farnam. D. 7398.
Dr. C, J. Lawrenc-t), Balrd Bldg. D. 8461.
Dr. Franc-re Dawaon. 602-3 Rose Bldg. T, 2386
. .Tnhnstnn. 1326 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 6S2I
Hr. Bradbury. No pain, 812 W. O. W"Bidg.
laft Dont. Rim 208 Hose Bldg. D. 2186.
TH"e Salvation Army Industrial Home ao
Helta your old clothing, funlture, maga
lines. Wo collect. We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4126 and our wagon will oall. ta
and inspeot our new home, 1110-1112-1114
Pod geS t .
B KSTR RSuXtS A FAIR RATE
The reasons for the growing popularl'-y
are Best Results and a Rate of lo per
When you want both of the above
CALL TILER 1000.
BATHS ami massage. Central Rath Inatt
tute, 1608 Harney Bt. D. 7087. Open
even in se,
PRIVATE home for sick ladles, best care,
vary reae, 2606 Bristol St. Web. 3908,
MEt HANO THERAPY treatments. Mil
Halloran, 333-3 Neville Blk. '
LUELLA WEBSTER, masease and man!
curing, 618 Paxton Blk. Red 3400.
MAE BHUGMAN. scientific masiieuae and
batha. 20- Karbach Blk. Red 272T,
8CIENTIFiC massage, 838 Beo Bldg.. P"hOi.O
FACE and scalp massage. 238 Neville Blk.
Ann a Ftiher. sulphur baths, mass. D. 1 f 69.
MISS LILLY, bath, massage, K33 Farnam.
Manicuring and mass. 1613 Farnam. R. 13,
KM MA BROTT maaaaglng. 3130 Harney.
USED CAR DEPT.
Doug. 833. 2047-8 Farnam.
Touring cars and roadsters of Overland,
Studebaker, Maxwell, Ford, Oakland,
Mitchell, Bulck and Huflaon makes.
TERMS IF DESIRED.
Prompt attention given to all Interested
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE.
2308 Farnam St. Douglas 2810.
'16 Hudson. 340.
16 Haynea light six.
Burns gasoline, kerosene, distillate
double power and mlleafe; cute your
luel cost hair, money itack guarantee.
WILMO PRODUCTS SERVICE STATION
218 B. lth. D. 6186,
VltRDtrriA 4. .a. k..tl. ajfi U B U jaas.
Mnaon motor. Bells bury racing axle. H, T.
maaneto. etc.. suitable for racing at fairs,
etc, 3300. C mas town Oarage, 316 8, 24th
HI. jJOUg. 4 I I;
WE will trads you a naw Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
30th and Harney. Douglaa 6381,
FOR SALE Small auto truck, In excellent
condition; leaving city. Phono Douglas
TjCLL 8k IUNKLET.
Auto repairing; expert mechanics.
3318 Harney St. Doug. 1640.
BARGAIN Electrto car and rectifier, good
condition. Tel. v, 770, or walnut tti,
BERTS'- HY "Kan-Flx-It" Southeast, cor
ner 20th and Harney Bts. Douglaa 8662.
CASH FOR YOUR USED CARS.
ATT TO EXCHANGE, 2107 FARNAM. D. 8088.
NEW and used tires for aale cheap. Auto
salvage and Exchange. 110 so. ntn.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 2010 Har
nay St Tyler 666
Auto Repairing and Painting.
8100 reward for magneto we can't repair
cons repaired. Bayaaorrer. no w. mn
Tires and Supplies.
DRIVE your-car over and let ua test your
tires. Proper inflation and tire ears
mean long mileage.
THE TIRE 8HOP.
D. F. Crow. 3818 Farnam. D. 4178.
NEBRASKA Auto Repair Worka. Services
and prices right 316 s. 12th St. P. 7o.
1, 40-H, P. MARINE type, 4-cyllnder gaso
line motor with Bosch magneto. I set or
S4-lnchx4-lnch Firestone demountable
rims. A pair of 16x4 Firestone demount
able rims, 8 seta of truck driving sprockets
ami chalna. All kinds of automobile
springs. Transmission gears for Locomobile
80 and Sterna 0. Bosch magnetos of all
kinds. See Cart A. Anderson, 1407 Jack'
son St,, or call Douglas 2418.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Used Car Dept.
3316-18 Farnam St. Douglas 868.
Almost any make at reasonable prices.
FOR SALE Two-ton General Motor Co'e.
truck; good running order; good tires and
condition; not abused; can bo bought
right. Phone Doug. 2634.
BARGAIN! f 136. Flvo-pasaengar touring ear.
Call Young, Douglas 856.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
R. a R. I. Red and Andalualan eggs from
thoroughbred mated pena lor sale, wal,
3174. Clifton Hurat Poultry Yards. Omaha,
ONE light Brahma rooster and one Whits-
Created Black Polish rooster for sale at
8816 N. 27th St. Prlza winning stock.
ENGLISH Coach Doge for sale. Web. 3401,
2121 seward. Mario Aoermatny.
Motorcycles and Bicyclet
HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains la used machines, victor H. Roos.
"T&s uotoroycio Man." mn ana heaven
worth. WILL ADVERTISE FOR
MOM TO WIN WAR
Every Means of Appealing to
Public Will Be Employed to
Make Loan Success.
DONE WITHOUT ANY COST
Washington, April 23. A nation
wide advertising campaign of extra
ordinary proportions has been decided
upon by Secretary McAdoo as the
most effective means of disposing
quickly of the $5,000,000,000 bond .is
sue. So many patriotic offers of aid have
poured into the treasury department
that practically every method of pub
licity will be at the government's dis
posal without charge.
Newspapers, magazines, street car
advertisements, even the billboards,
soon may be summoning every Ameri
can to do his duty by subscribing.
Large advertising agencies have of
fered their services, free of cost, in
writing the advertisements.
Many newspapers have opened their
advertising columns with no charge.
Officials have welcomed such offers
and expect others. There will be no
general campaign of paid advertising,
!t was said authoritatively tonight, nor
the incurrence of any items of expense
whatever that are not absolutely es
sential, the administration's desire be
ing that the issue may be placed at the
least possible cost.
Five million dollars will be avail
able for all items, including the high-
pricea distinctive paper upon which
the bonds will be engraved and the
mechanical and clerical expense inci
dental to their issue.
Sir Ernest Shackleton Here
On His Way to Firing Line
Sir Ernest Shakleton. Antarctic ex
plorer, stopped off in Omaha for fif
teen minties Sunday night, on his
way to New York from San Fran
cisco, He is bound for the British
Bronzed, short, stocky and excep
tionally modest and retiring is Shakle
When asked about his views on the
entrance of this country into the war
he declared that since he resigned his
lieutenant s commission in the navv.
it would be out of place for him to
venture an opinion. He declared, how-
ever, that the American navy can give
mvaiuame service By keeping the sea
lanes open so as to permit food and
munitions to reach the allies. ,
MUST PREPARE TO
TAKE PART IN WAR
At Patriotio Church Meeting
Mr. Loomis Points to Meth
ods Pursued by Germany.
SPEEDY ACTION IS URGED
N. H. Loomis declared Sunday
that this country must lose no time
in preparing for the worst that can
possibly happen in the war with Ger
many. He and R. L, Metcalfe were
the speakers at a union patriotic serv
ice of all the Congregational churches
in the city, held in the First Congre
"Frightfulness," Mr. Loomis said,
"is a cardinal principle of Germany's
war code. She violates international
rights, laws of civilized warfare and
all human rights without a qualm in
the attempt to attain her ends."
Mr. Loomis read extracts from
speeches and soldiers' diariej to prove
this. These extracts told of hundreds
of Belgian citizens being lined up and
shot and of a village being sur
rounded by soldiers and then set on
fire, the inhabitants being shot down
as they tried to escape.
Extracts from the writings of a
German war authority said that bru
tality and terrorism are absolutely
essential to success in war.
Mr. Loomis illustrated Germany's
belief that she is God-chosen by quot
ing from a speech of a great German
professor, who said:
Flower of Culture.
"The war has demonstrated that
the Germans have been chosen from
all earth's people to rule. We possess
the necessary power and force. We
are the flower of earth's culture. Sub
jection to our guardianship it the only
sure road to progress."
"It is almost impossible to believe
that any man could voice such be
liefs," said Mr. Loomis. "We must
face these facts and realize that if we
make the mistakes of England in be
ing slow to prepare, this same ruth
less foe may even overrun our own
country. We believe this is a most
just war. We believe that God will
guide us in it and we know victory
will be the outcome because our cause
A white-haired quartet of civil war
veterans gained much applause by
their songs, one of which was inter
spersed with bugle calls.
Rev. F. J. Clark, the pastor, pre
sided. Prayers were offered by Rev.
G. A. Hulbert, St. Mary's Avenue, and
Rev. F. W. Leavitt, the Plymouth
Progressives Declare for
Vigorous Conduct of the War
New York, April 23.Prominent
progressive party leaders issued a
statement here tonight pledging their
support of the administration s war
plant and urging the adoption of
measures, which they said they be
lieve to be "immediately necessary."
Among those who signed the state
ment were; Hiram W. Johnson. Ray
mond Robint, Harold L. Icket, Wil
liam Draper Lewis, GiffOrd Pinchofc
Milet Fomdexter, Ogden Reid, E, A.
van valkenburgn, Chester. Rowell
and William Allen White.
"Believing that our country has en.
terea tne great war rightly, wisely
ana or necessity; mat it it our duty
as a great free oeoofe to take our
part in the difference of liberty, democ
racy ana civilization against the at
tack of militarism, and that our tober
purpose is to secure a just and last
ing peace! we support with alt our
hearts and all our oowers the war
plan of the government, declared by
the president in his address to con
gress on April 2," the statement said. -J
Attempts of Two Persons '
To Kill Themselves Fail
Two attemoted suicides were frus
trated by the prompt work of Police
Surgeon Nigro last night
ency is believed to have prompted
inrs. manic uicnniu, is, iwi far
nam street, to take poison. She told
her husband she intended to take her
life. He entered the house just as
ah. rata.il a hnttt nt tn'tnn ,n k.
lips. In the struggle part of the liquid
was spilled, but not before she had
swaiiowea some ot it.
Til health i hliv,t k-
the motive of Mrs. G. W. Hempstead,
24, 1616 Cass street, to take her life.
Logan Billingsley, Convicted
Bootlegger, Escapes Prison
Seattle. Wi.h Anrtl 71
Billingsley, under sentence to thirteen
monms imprisonment in a federal
penitentiary for cohspiracj to violate
the federal laws by importing alco
holic lifltmr Iritn ihm ' .tat fXraki
ington and the principal witness for
me swie in ine recent wnisKey gratt
trial here, has escaped.
He sawed his way to freedom from
the immtorratinn rlt.ntlnn : ,t,,U.
where he has been held since he re-
reiv.d hta nt,i I... Tk,.J...
some time after midnight last night!
no trace ot mm nas been lound.
Lincoln Finally Gets
National Amateur Title
TnHtflnannli. Tn An.il ?t
H. Lowrv. oresident nf th. Matlnn.t
Amateur haahall aunriatlnn tnnish,
awarded the 1916 championship in the
association, to the city championship
team of Lincoln, Neb.
Lincoln was to have met a team
from Cleveland for the championship
but a hitch occurred because of lack
of interest in Cleveland and that city
was given Until April 21 to decide
whether it rnuM ata a mm ,
Cleveland next Memorial Day. Cleve
land failed to guarantee satisfactorily
that the game would be played on
mat aay. .
German Socialists Want
Separate Peace With Russ
Copenhagen. Cvia London Anril
23. Saturday's Berlin Voerwaerts,
wnicn nas neen received Here, con
tains a detailed report of the big so
cialist conference, showing plainly
that the German majority socialists
under the leadership of Philippe
Scheidemann, despite all denials, are
working for a separate, peace with
Russia if a general peace it not ob-
MORE SDOAR FOUND
Warehouse Men Explain How
Some of the Enormous Stocks
LARGE PRIVATE SUPPLIES
Further search for sugar stored in
Omaha for speculative purposes yet
terday revealed that there are large
private stocks which would bring the
total above 15,000,000 pounds, as told
exclusively in the Sunday Bee.
In most instances owners said the
sugar is being held for private con
sumption. John Bekins, manager of the Oma
ha Van & Storage company, said:
"The sugar is shipped on one bill
of lading to its destinations and mere
ly held over here. The 750,000 pounds
of sugar shown in the assessor's fig
ures represents what we had on hand
at that time. We had considerably
more than that the first of the year,
but large quantities were shipped out
"When the sugar is shipped out of
here it goes to other cities and to
local jobbers. When the sugar people
ship their commodity they have the
privilege of four months storage in
Officials of the Gordon Van & Stor
age company, which had 880,000
pounda on hand when the assessor's
figures were compiled, said that it
had all been shipped out.
J. J. Cameron, of the Omaha Re
tail Grocers' association, said: "Re
tail grocers in Omaha are able to get
only one bag at a time from the
wholesalers here, or, in some cases,
two, three or four bags, according to
the size of the retail concern,"
Censorship Measure Branded
. Assault on the Constitution
New York, April 23. Resolutions
declaring that the censorship pro
vision of the espionage bill "is an as
sault upon the very foundation of
our free institutions, freedom of
thought and freedom of speech," have
been adopted by the Publishers' as
sociation of New York city, it was
Senators and representatives from
this state are requested to vote
against the measure. The resolutions
"There exists a voluntary censor
ship suggested by the government
which newspapers are observing in a
most "patriotic way. Every self-respecting
newspaper expects to co
operate with its government in re
fraining from the publication of newt
that would give aid to the enemy.
Doet any one believe there is in the
United States a single newspaper
which would willingly print that
which should be concealed? Newspa
pers that wilfully violate the spirit
of censorship and publish prohibited
information of military value could be
prosecuted under the law of treason.
"The American people are entitled
to a full, free and frank statement of
all that occurs, whether it be good or
bad. They must have, confidence that
they are getting the truth. There
can be no justification tor a restric
tion that abridges the liberties of the
Berlin Strikers Ordered to
riesume woric at once
Amsterdam (Via London), April 23.
The Berlin Tageblatt says the
strike In Berlin now is confined to the
Deutsche Waffen and munitions fab
rike, where all the strikers have been
ordered to resume work within 24
houra. Those not complying with this
order who are liable for military serv
ice will be called to the colors.
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Try Q-Ban Superfine Hair Tonic:' Q-Ban
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BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered Or.
Edwards' Olive Tablets are
a Harmless Substitute - '
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablett-the sub
stitute (or calomel are s mild but tare
laxative, and their effect on the liver is
almost instantaneous. They are the re
sult of Dr. Edwards' determination not
tn treat livpr anrf Kniv.l vwnnlainf. illm
calomel His efforts to banish it brought
out these little olive-colored tablets.
These pleasant little tablets do the
good that calomel does, but h. ve no ba
after effects. They don't injure the
teeth like strong liquids or calomel.
They take hold of the trouble and)
quickly correct it. Why cure the liver
at the expense of the teeth? Calomel
sometimes plays havoc witl the gums.
So do strong liquids, It is best not to
take calomel, but to let Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets take its place.
Most headaches, "dullness" and that
laty feeling come from constipation and
a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets when you feel "Ioggy"and
"heavy." Note how they "clear" clouded
brain ind how they "perk up" the spir
its. 10c and 25c . box. All drusgu.
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