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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY, 26, 1918.
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REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
t-ROOM cottage, two block from car.
full lot, $2,000. Terms. S300 cub. balance
$20 per month.
BENSON AND CARMICHAEL-
64! Paxton Block.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGE8 AND APARTMENTS
PORTER A SHOTWELL. ;
J03 8 17th St. Douglas 5018.
HOME AND HOMESITES.
83T Omaha Nafl Bk. Bldg. Doug, mi.
"OR SALE OR RENT Five acres with
four-room house, garden nearly 'all In.
Mrs. Pallas. 6136 Wirt St.. Benson.
REAL ESTATE B'neaa Pr'pty
. INCOME 11.200.00.
v PRICE $8,600.00.
This is a new business building on N.
J4th St. Building 39x100 feet. Lot 61x100
feet. There Is a 5-year lease to one tenant
at $100 per month. He has a good paying
business and the lease is well secured.
'. We consider this one of the best little In
vestments In the city.
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
330 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Phone Doug. 603,
IF you are looking for a store building, ca t
. us. We have six dandy locations In differ
ent parts-f the city.
A. P. TUKEY A SON,
6S0 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Phone Doug. 503.
WB WILL buy your horn or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO.
Electrlo Bldg. Tyler 8 a.
BUSINESS property and investments.
A. P. TUKEY and SON.
(20 First National Bank Bldf.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
Income, Business and Trsckage Specialist
15th and Dodge Ste Douglas 415
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Nice 5-room cottage, well located, i
. blocks from car, in good repair. Terms,
1300 cash, $30 per month.
Benson & Carmichael
642 Paxton Block.
Sunday, Wal. 2324.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
In Dundee we have a 10-room, modern
house, arranged for two families; two fur
naces, two baths, lot 50x160. Great bar
gain. Easy terms. See It today, 4915 Web
N. P. DODGE A CO., Realtors,
15th and Harney Sts.
9-ROOM MODERN HOUSE.
9-roem modern house; beautiful city and
country home and 10 acres; five acres in
orchard; located in southeast part of
Council Bluffs, fin Woodbury Ave. Just
one block of "South Ave., the thorough
fare Into the city from the south. For
particulars see N. P. Dodge & Co., 15th
and Harney Sts., Omaha.
WHY NOT START NOW?
To own your home by purchasing a
lot in Happy Hollow or Dundee's new
addition on our easy payment plan.
These lots are In one of the best lo
. cations In Omaha and all public Im
provements are In and paid for, except
paving Installments not delinquent.
Will be glad to explain to you our easy
payment plan and show the property
at your convenience. Plats and prices
furnished upon request.
GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756
S-room brick house, having hot
water heat, 2 bathrooms on second
floor, etc., double garage, extensive
planting of trees and shrubbery;
about 3 acres of ground, fronting on
paved road. Something desirable and
should be seen to be appreciated, as
Improved tracts for sale in this dis
trict are few.
GEORGE & CO. Doug 756.
We can offer a few desirable acre
tracts In this high class district on
terms of only one-tenth down and ' 1
per cent of purchase price payable
monthly. TractB average from 1 to
- 3 acres. Buy now for the future. Sea
us for price and location.
(GEORGE & CO., Doug. 756
HIGH and lightly Dundee lots, $875 to
- 81,150. Easy, terms. Loan arranged for
building purposes. Phone D. 6074. Shuler
a eery, aeaitors.
NEXT DOOR TO DUNDEE.
IX rooms, all modern, oak floors, two
years old, one block to car lne, four
; blocks north of Mina Lusa; chicken
i (house, lot and garage; Mot 80x160 feet;
' tl In young fruit; this Is an exceptional
( bargain at $3,000. 3104 Weber St Tele-
phone Florence 503.
4 miles west of Elmwood park, 40 acres
well Improved, 10 acres in alfalfa, 20
acres cultivated, balance In shaded pas
ture with spring stream and orchard,
right In line of increasing values. For
price and terms see
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.
1016 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
(iHIRTY acres on Ames Ave., 40 rds. west
of Fontenelle Park.
FIRST TRUST COMPANY OF OMAHA,
400 first Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 729.
62ND AND SEWARD.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
GOOD HEAVY HORSE, top-buggy, and
harness, 8100. ' Bargain. Will separate.
4622 S. 22d.
FOR SALE One team of gray horses, t
years old, weight 3.600 and straight
Jones Transfer- Co.. 34 No? Main St.,
Council Bluffs. Iowa
ONE Jersey, good heifer calf, and one Jer
sey, will be fresh soon. Seven Oakei
Farm, Florence 340.
TOR SALE 10 Holsteln cows and heifers.
Apply F. C Bliss, 254 Exchange Bldg..
J5XR SALE Very pretty black and white
pony. Well marked, very gentle. Doug-
30L8TEIN cows for sale. Inquire David
Mensgii. Phone Benson 290.
,VHY SUFFER! Latest and most Scientific
Treatment for All Diseases. Dr. Charles
(' Barnes, 613-22 Securities Bldg. Examlna-
I tion and Consultation Free. He Is reliev
ing thousands. WHY NOT TOUT Delays
are dangerous. If you' can't call, write.
1 . .Hours : ka m. to t p. m.. 7:30 to 8:36
evenings, Sunday, 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
JtUPTURE successfully treated Without a
L surgical operation. Call or write. Dr.
beak B, WW. sOI Bee Bldg. ,
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
WE want 100 mortgage on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing.
e: h. lougee, inc,
638-40 Keellne Bldg.
QUICK ACTION ON LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM,
604 Bee Bldg. Douglas 1633.
DIVIDENDS OF 6 PER CENT OR MORB.
One dollar starU an account.
OMAHA LOAN A BLDG. ASSOCIATION.
5i2 PAUL PETERSON,
, 364 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on band for mortgage loam.
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. 2716.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
6, 6H and 6 Per Cent
J. H. DUMONT CO., Keellne Bldg.
PI CTt MONEY
"72 10 HARISON A MORTON,
(19 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
1100 to 310,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
fesd, Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sts.
EY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co.. Omaha.
SHOPEN & COMPANY. Douglas 4228.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Kceline Bldg.
LOW RATES C. O. CARLBERG. 312 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 685.
CREIGHTON PARK LOTS.
810 CASH. 610 MONTHLY.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Equipped Tractor Worked
Farm 75 bu. Shelled Corn
On main macadam road between large
cities, 5 minutes walk high school,
churches, stores, cannery, etc. Auto bus
passes door three times dally to city 260,
000; 94 acres rich clay loam soli, clay
subsoil, for big crops corn, potatoes, wheat,
alfalfa, etc. Has grown 75 bu. shelled
corn per acre; spring-watered, wire
fenced pasture, milk collected door, good
wood, timber. First class slate-roofed
house, verandas; spring water house,
barns. Slate-roofed stock barn, carriage
horse barns, garage, 3 big slate-roofed
granaries, new poultry, corn, spring
houses; to settle quickly will Include cows,
heifers, pigs, poultry, pr. horses, pr. mules,
plows,' harrows, corn-workers, corn drill,
potato digger, wagons, buggy, runabout,
harnesses, tools, etc., all for only 86,800,
easy terms, Immediate possession. Details
page 34, Strout'i Catalogue. Write today.
E. A. STROUT FARM AGENCY,
Dept. 3073. 205 South 18th St., Omaha, Neb.
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
640 ACRE RANCH
On the Calamus river, small Improve
ments, 26 miles south of Ainsworth; easy
IMPROVED 80 ACRES
14 miles from Omaha postofflce, 7 miles
from postofflce in Council Bluffs and 6
miles to paved road, IVi miles from Cres
cent, la., on C, N. A W. R. R. ; 40 acres
valley plow land, best.soll, balance rough
pasture partly covered with walnut and
oak, from 4 to 12 Inches; small house
and stable. Price J90 per acre. No
trade. Terms if desired.
0' Keefe Real Estate Co.
1017 Omaha Nat'I Bank Bldg.
120-ACRE IOWA FARM.
Ten miles of Council Bluffs. Two miles
of small railroad town. 75 to 80 acres
valley land. Good 6-room house, barn,
orchard. 20 acres of alfalfa. On main
road. This Is a warm, sunny spot, pro
tected from the winds from the north,
east and west. An ideal place for a
farm home and a mighty good farm for
the price. 3120 per acre. Let us show
you. McOee Real Estate Co., 106 Pearl
Street, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
6-ACRE SUBURBAN HOME.
In Council Bluffs. Only a few blocks
from school, car line and paved streets.
A beautiful place, with fine yard, lots
of native shade trees and shrubbery. A
fine bungalow house of 8 rooms and large
sun porch, screened and glassed In. Good
barn and garage, etc. Owner would ex
change for land. See us about It. McGee
Real Estate Co., 105 Pearl Street, Council
CENTRAL Missouri farms. Send for list;
10 farms with full description and price
for each. In Missouri's best grain and blue
grass county. Koontz & Palmer, Fulton,
MISSOURI 310 and down, 85 monthly, buyi
40 acrei good farm and fruit land near
town, southern Missouri. Price only 8200.
Box 35. Mt Vernon, I1L .
GREAT BARGAINS 35 down, 35 monthly
buys 40 acres, good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
3220. Address Box 282, Springfield, Mo.
FOR SALE Judith basin land; 280 acres
level land, mile from Stanford; 170
acres In wheat, all fenced; running water.
376 per acre. Stanford Ranch Co.. Stan
4, 80 OR 160 ACRES; GOOD HEAVY
soil; well settled part of Todd county,
Minn.; good roads, schools and churches.
Price 315 to 822.60 per acre; terms 81 an
acre casl balance 31 an acre a year;
6,000 acrei to lelect from. To actual set
tlers who w.ll pu. up buildings and Improve
land we will give deed and take mort
gage back for full purchase price for t or
10 years. ( per cent Interest Schwab Bros..
1028 Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
SPLENDID prospects for a good yield on
the lands of our company, here in 8t
Louis county. Better come and look them
over, now. Your spring's work Is done.
This Is your chance to get located this
. year. Maps and illustrated literature free.
Arnold, Com'r., Iron Range Railway, 607
Wolvln Bldg., Duluth, Minn.
GOOD FARM BUYS
The best In Washington county,' 18 acres
pasture, i In alfalfa, balance cultivated,
small orchard. Improvements, 8 room
house, barn for 8 head horses, cement
floored corn crib, 3 cattle sheds, chicken
coop, pump house and garage, 800 rods
of 24-in. fencing, 6 miles to Calhoun or
Bennington. Will divide. Price and terms
Cheyenne County, Neb.,
' . 160 Acres.
miles east of Sidney, 1 miles south
of Colton, on the Lincoln Highway, 7
rm. house, barn 8 head horses, granary,
buggy shed chicken house, well wind
mill and a variety of young fruit; 20
acres rye 20 acres wheat, 40 acres corn,
t acres oats, 3 acres - alfalfa. 3 acres
garden, balance 70 acres pasture. Price,
340 per acre, half cash, balance t years
6 per cent
O'Keefe Real Esfate Co.
1018 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
59 ACRES Irrigated land, Lincoln county;
rich Platte valley land; all under Irrlgs-
. tlon; 8 -room house, barn, etc; acres of
alfalfa. Price 3109 per acre; 34.0C0 cash
required. Immediate - possession. White
Hoover, 464 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
I am offering some attractive proposi
tions, all level, good soil. In land located
in Keith and Perkins counties. Nebraska. I
have had land Interest In these counties
for more than 10 years. I am raising
wheat barley and torn, which pay a
handsome revenue, with wheat not above
the average yield, when reasonably well
farmed, paying In 1916,, a trifle over -437
per acre, and In 1917, a little over 347 per
acre. At the present time I have corn
in the granary that will compare favor
able with corn raised anywhere.
I have Improved and unimproved lands
that are choice, that range In price from
335 to 365 per acre, that I can sellen
reasonable terms and can farm the same
should they be sold toa speculator de
string to have this done. Write for list
C. K. DAVIES,
MERRICK COUNTY BARGAIN.
160 acres, lies level, nicely Improved.
I miles from good town on mam line
of Union Paclflo R. R,, only one-half mile
to rural high school; perfect level road to
town; good 8-room house, well sheltered
by plenty of shade trees, barn for 12
horses and five tons of hay, nog shed,
chicken house, granary and garage, good
well and windmill, besfOf water at a
depth of 20 feet; 80 acres under plow,
15 acres In alfalfa, balance patsture which
can all be broken and profitably farmed,
all good black sandy loam soil that
produces any crop grown In Nebraska:
price, for a short time, 385 per acre,
about one-half cash, balance term; noth
ing doing on any trades. See M. A.
Larson, owner. Central City, Nebraska.
FARM FOR SALE
240 acres, less the right-of-way, 70
acres of Wood River valley land, balance
rolling; 130 acres In cultivation, 30 acres
alfalfa; balance pasture land and wild hay
meadow. About 40 acres seeded to fall
wheat. Five-room house, stable for eight
horses, well, windmill, new chicken house,
hog house and granary. Price 357.60
per acre; good terms.
C. K. DAVIES,
FOR SALE 480-acre Buffalo county farm.
y to settle an estate; 230 acres pasture; 35
alfalfa; 20 of wild hay, meadow, balance
farm land. Land rolling with heavy clay
.subsoil. Fenced and cross fenced; 3 good
wells and windmills; 7-room house; barn
40x42; other outbuildings 1 5 miles from
railroad town; mall and telephone. Sold
subject to lease. Possession March 1.
Price 342 per ..acre, half cash. Terms on
balance. T. C, Box 125.
960 ACRES Two hundred level; 20 alfalfa;
balance pasture, three miles depot; no
sand; three wells; barn 32x40, granaries;
house 25x26; all good condition; hog
house. Incumbrance 312.000, 6 per cent;
runs four years; 10 per cent down. Alfred
Flint, Litchfield, Neb.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS AKli SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at best
prices write Geo. Antlll. Blair. Neb.
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches in good Old Dawes County.
Arah L. Hungerford. Crawford. Neb.
NEXT DOOR TO DUNDEE.
LAKE SHORE lots and acres on The Yel
low Lakes, the Boo Line Fishing Lake of
Wisconsin, home of the big fish; 20-acre
tract and cottage for aala; also lots on
which we will build cottages to your order.
Write for particulars.- Burnett County
State Bank, Webster, Wis.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farmi, 360 per a.,
including paid-up water rights. Henry
Levi C. M. Rylander. 154 Omaha Nafl.
640-ACRE Wyoming homesteads. Write
for Information. Frank Duff, Casper,
1,000,000 ACRE ranch with cattle and"
horses, state Tamaullpas, Mex to close
Amir, estate, vast resources. Price and
terms on application. Address L. A. An
derson, 1500 Adams St., Brownsville, Tex.
FOR SALE Fox River valley and dairy
farms, grain and poultry farms, from 10
to 225 acres. James Dorsey, 34 Noiting
BIk., Elgin, HI.
RANCHES of all sizes and kinds, eaay
terms. A K. Patzman. 201 Karbac BIk.
CHOICE FARMS. Nllsson. .422 Rose Bldg
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us It you
want to keep It
E. P. SNOWDEN ft SON,
610 Electrlo Bldg. Douglas 9871.
WANTED 20,000 acre of Kimball and
Banner county land. Must be first-class
farm land. Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box Y 467. Omaha Bee.
THE Salvation Army Industrial Home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, maga
zines. We collect. We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4135 and our wagon will call. Call
and Inspect our new home, 1110-1112-1114
WRITE A SONG Patflotlo or popular. 1
compose music and gaarantee publication.
Send words today. Thomas Merlin, 624
Reaper Block, Chicago.
OMAHA Bath Inst Electric, steam or tub
baths, massages of al lklnds. 228 Neville
BIk. Douglas 7361. 16th and Harney Sts.
MISS FISHER, sulphur, ateam baths and
massage, 870 Bran. Thea. Bldg. D. 1669.
MASSAGE, baths, manicuring physical
cuu. miss waiker, zzt isevme bik.
MISS ALLEN, massage, facial and scalp
treatment. 1802 Farnam St Room 2.
MAE BRUGMAN, acientiflo masseuse and
baths. 203 Karbach BIk. Red 2727.
Manicuring and mass. 1623 Farnam. R. 19.
SCIENTIFIC mass. 518 Paxton BIk. D. 6372.
MISS WEST, manicure, mass. 310' N. 17th.
Miss Holran. masseuse. 228 Neville BIk.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
517 So. 35tlTSt.
A beautiful 5-room almost new bunga
low, finished on outside in stucco; inside,
front room and living room finished in
hard oak, built-in bookcases, beamed ceil
ings, panelled walls, bedrooms and bath
finished in white enamel. Nice attic,
large basement, 'good plumbing and fur
nace Lot 44x100 feet 3360 cash, bal
ance' 131.60 per month. For price see
H. A. Wolf Co. " .
614 Electric Bldg. . Tyler 85.
MODERN HOUSES. ..
4-r., 2420 Hickory, bungalow, terrace, 324.
l-r., 1416 Wirt good location, vacant June
7-r , 1124 N. 40th, good location, choice, 336.
HOUSES MODERN EXCEPT FURNACE.
6-r. 2863 Maple, good house, 324.
' HOUSES PART MODERN.
WANTED Husky young man to take charge
of small warehouse stock, keep the
records thereof and delivered with proper
414-18 B. 16th St
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Real Estate Business for Sale
Owing to the draft the Northwest Loan
A Realty Co. will sell their good going
business, including equity In lands, con
tracts for sale of lands, good paper. In
surance and loan connections. Only good
real estate office and business of its kind
in town, located on ground floor on
principal corner. Good opportunity for
hustlers. This Is an opportunity to get
practically all the going business In the
Smith River valley, one of the best val
leys in state of Montana. $16,000 buys
the business. Including the lands and
everything pertaining to company's af
fairs. Write Northwest Loan A Realty
Co., White Sulphur Springs, Mont.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
Farnam at 26th.
3 CHOICE BUYS.
Near 25th and Evans, all modern house.
( rooms and bath, oak finish, paved
street, near School, car line and church.
Owner will take 33,800 for quick sale.
Near 27th and Poppleton Ave., almost
new well built house, 6 rooms and bath,
oak finish, paving paid, rents for 830 per
month. Price only $3,060. Worth more
but owner wants Immediate sale.
MINNE LUSA SPECIAL.
Want to close up a sale on this new
bungalow, textile roof, 6 rooms and tile
bath, strictly modern, oak finish, fireplace,
bookcases, built In kitchen cabinet.
Sightly located, near car line. This place
la worth 34,760, but first party with de
posit gets this for 34,200. Oood terms.
P. J. TEBBENS, Realtor.
60S Omaha Nat. Bk., Phone D. 2182.
Kountze Place Home.
One of the best 7-room homes in beauti
ful Kontse Place. Complete In every de
tail; quarter sawed oak finish and floors
on first floor; exceptionally fine- electric
light fixtures; four bed rooms and bath on
aecond floor. Floored attlo Full base
ment, divided Into apartments for laun
dry, fruit and furnace rooms. Hot wa
ter beating system. Dandy garage; choice
lot. 60x128, paving and all specials paid.
This property would cost 39,000 to dupli
cate, but price Is cut to $6,000 for quick
sale. If you want a real home, call us
for appointment ,
Osborne Realty Co.
701 Omaha Nat'i Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
Exceptional West Farnam Home,
Price Only $5,500.
Beautiful six-room stucco, full two-story.
Large living room, splendid fireplace, ves
tibule, double lockers. Pretty dining room
and handy kitchen; nice tiled breakfast
room with casement windows Second
floor, three bedrooms and tile bath, ped
estal lavatory and bass tub; extra base
plugs In every roomzj all oak and birch
finish; full brick foundation. This home
Is complete In every respect and would
cost $6,C0O to duplicate.
Osborne Realty Co.
701 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
DISPLAY REFRIGERATOR Oood as new.
Dark oak finish, 7-foot high, 8-ft. 8
Inches wide, 10-ft. long. 9 double glass
doors, mirror in center, 4 under doors, 3
with butter tub racks attached. Side
door for storing cheese and butter, side
doors for Ice. can use half or all; marble
slab across front. Sliding ahelves on
bottom doors. A snap for anyone want
ing an Al refrigerator. Will sell for one
fourth of its value. Write or phone us.
1 Nlckle Mint peanut and popcorn roaster
in good running order. Clean and bright,
for $35 Style No. 211. Paps and Ander
son, Cfeston, Neb.
STENOGRAPHER and secretary. $100; ste
nographer. Insurance office, $85 to $100;
stenographer and bookkeeper, automobile
jflrm, $75; general office olerk, $65; assist
ant bookkeeper and cashlsr, investment
firm, $85; bookkeeper, $100,
WESTERN REFERENCE A BOND ASSN.,
Originators of the Reference Business.
736 First National Bank Bldg.
SPECIAL BARGAIN. (Read.)
Near Lothrop school, specially well
built house, 7 rooms and bath, strictly
modern, almost new, fine garage and lot,
60x131; shade, paving all paid, only
$4,200. $1,000 cash, balance on terms.
Act quick. 1
P. T. TEBBENS, Realtor
605 Om. Nat. Bk.. Phone D. 2182.
Miller Park Bungalow.
Choice six-room bungalow, all on one
floor. Oak finish and floors, bookcases
and French doors. Choice east front lot
with dandy garage. Only one block to
park Price only $4,000; $1,000 down will
handle. Best buy in this choice section.
Osborne Realty Co.
701 Omaha Nat'I Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
SALESMAN, $126-3130; salesman, salary and
Bookkeeper and steno., out of city, $90
$100. Office clerks, $75-90; stock clerks,
Steno., $100-3110; steno, $76-386.
THE MARTI SERVICE,
915-16 W. O. W. Bldg.
Five Lots. ,
Five rooms and room for bath; oak fin
ish and floors; full brick foundation, fur
nace heat, electrlo light, good well; east
front. Nearly an acre of ground. Price,
only $3,300; $300 to $500 down.
Osborne Rfalty Co.
701 Omaha Nat'I Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
South Side Bungalow,
Price Only ?J,iuu.
Five rooms and bath; strictly modern,
oak finish, full basement, choice lot; $760
down, $30 per month. Close to cross town
Osborne Realty Co.
701Omaha Nat'I Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
OIL STOCK Only company of the kind
complying with all "blue sky" laws of
eastern states. Own land, drill outfit,
tools, etc., new and complete. Strongest
endorsement. Highest grade oil In Amer
ica. Only small additional sum needed.
Invest $10 up, cash or time. Send for
folder. King Oil Co., 604 White Bldg.,
inn-inn. t. K1.7S.
Duunn.c.i., " J - - - - - -
Office clerks, $90-$80-$76-$65.
Typist, $66; Burrpughj opr., $65.
$ Errand girl, $30; office girl, doctor'!
office until Sept., $30.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Five rooms, one and a half story. Oak
finish down and maple floors up. Living
room scross entire front Built-in book
cases, large lot and paving all paid. Own
er says sell this week Essy terms.
Bedford-Johnston Co.. Realtors.
2Zt Keeiine oius, wm. -v.
STENO, $86-3100; steno and office clerk,
$76-$80; comptometer and office, $66-376;
dictaphone. $76; blller, $65-$76; assistant
cashier, $60-$70; typist, $50-$56.
THE MARTI SERVICE,
915-18 w. O. w. aiag.
BOOKKEEEPER, good future, $126.
Bookkeeper, uptown office, $100.
Ledger clerk, A-l place, $90.
Assistant teller, good personality, $95.
Stock clerk, good future, $76.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
1138 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
-r., 4544 N. 14th, bungalow, $15.
6-r., 4606 Blondo, good condition, $11.
Send for our weekly printed list.
OMAHA'S LARGEST RENTAL AGENCT.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney.
10 ACRES Improved and planted; chickens,
cow.horse. Implements exchange one or
two cottages. Borne cash. All clear.
74 acres Improved and planted east
front In Keystone Park. All clear. Ex
change part 6 or 6-room cottage. Some
cash. Call Mr.i Browne. Walnut $007, or
4-ROOM cotage, garage, $ lots, on very
reaaonable price and terms. This Is In
Benson and 6 blocks to car; $300 down,
320 month. Call Walnut 8007. Monday.
CITY collector $18 and commission weekly.
Apply today. W. A. Hlxenbaugh Co.,
1814 St Mary's Ave.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
If you want to) rent a house there are
Realtors who can serve you better, for this
Is not our specialty, but if you want to
buy a home our sense of truth Is too
strong to permit ua to say that there are
others who can serve you better. We have
had 30 years' experience building and
selling and our customers are our beat ad
vertisement Ask any of them. We have
houses from $3,600 to $6,600, well located,
and everyone cheap at the price.
Two-story, six-room and breakfast room,
stucco, exceptionally fine finish, two fire
A REAL BARGAIN Six-room stucco
bungalow; less than year old; beautifully
finished and decorated. Owner Is leaving
city and must sell before June 1. Price for
quick sale, $4,660.
A CBACKKRJACK Flve-reom etucce
bungalow, brand new, three elegant rooms
on first floor, two real bedrooms and bath
on second floor. Living room and dining
room finished In oak; all other rooms In
enamel. Beautifully decorated. An honest-to-goodness
bargain at $1,960.00.
What we ask le that you put your time
against ours and look over these houses.
Today calt Walnut 1680, Walnut 3812.
, Benson &
843 Paxton Block. Douglas 173.
Price, $10,500 Rental, $1,140
Not the stsreotyped brick flat but a
fine appearing double house which looks
like a fine single residence. High grade
face brick all four sides. Asbestos roof.
Quarter-sawed oak finish and floors and
tils bath rooms Six rooms and eleeplng
porch In each division. Double garage.
Walking distance. Live In one house,
rent the other and let It pay for the
property. One-half cash required.
THIS 13 MEANT FOR A LEADING LAW
If a Chicago lawyer, under 40, and of
the highest standing lor anility ana in.
tegrlty, having good reason for now
locating In Omaha, and wishing to form
n..llnn .Ant. in VAII nAMHSlllK H(i -
VUllllvw.lv.., ww.-.w .
in... ambition and tact: It he had
. . AAA In AAMVtA tkt TtkClirA.
iriOU UOI a.vuv vmmvm ... ' --
..n.. HaaItaiI Vw an ahaolutelv
clean record and referencea from some
of the leading law firms of the country
ss well as from leading business men,
anu tiuatii, r.
perlence and connections with numerous
Chicago corporations no wr '"
secure their law ousm vui.uh
would you let him In your own game7
If so. address box 7a,
"HOUSES AND COTTAGES
4-r.. 601 Martha St Hl.60
vnmr.nM lCXCEPT HEAT
-r, 3 No. 17th St
$-r.. 1804 Webster 8t $-00
l-r., 1919 Chicago St $36.00
$-r.. 706 8. 13th St $20.00
PORTER & SHOTWELL
201 8. 17th St. Doug. $013
Offices with Home Builders
TAKES 7 RM. HOUSE
2619 Hamilton St. Only two blocks
from 24th St. car line. Furnace, bath and
gas. Big barn. Deep lot. Paving paid.
Priced to sell. See us at once.
Tyler 163$ Realtors.
' BEMIS PARK
7-room strictly modem home, large
south front lot. oak finish, hot wster
heat, close to car line and new cathedral.
Can be bought now at $4,750. which la
less than cost of Improvsments. Easy
J. L. HIATT COMPANY,
900 5SSS 63
OFFICE manager, accountant, $176; As
sistant manager, Branch office, $1266
Bookkeeper, lumber and coal offlc4,
$100; credit manaffer, $126; general office
man, $100; traveling salesman, hardware
trade, $125 and bonus, city salesman, $126.
WESTERN REFERENCE A BOND ASS'N,
Originator of tha Reference Business
736 First National Bang Bldgr
STORES FOR RENT
ir.i. ..i TTnwarii fit., beautiful earner
rooms with basement, rent very low, in
.v.. r..ltnii Ttntal RMS'.
421 8. 15th Bt, small room, rent low.
1422 8. 16th S Store and basement
H. A. WOLF CO.
til Electrlo Bldg. ..Tyler $6
18th and Dodge Streets
Two room apartments.
Phone, Tyler 3210.
SIX-ROOM, 2-STORY. $3,750.
- Modern two-story, esst front home,
near Lafayette Ave., all large rooms and
large lot; only 6 years old; a bargain at
$3,760 and easy terms.
22$ Keellne Bldg. Doug. $140.
DUNDEE BUNGALOW SNAP.
Six-rooms, all modern. Buffet garage
and large sightly lot This place la of
fered at a real bargain as owner Is leav
Ing town. Price $3,600 for quick sale, on
223 Keellne Bldg Doug. 3140.
New 8-room bungalow In Montclalr,
finely furnished. Garage. Everything
complete. Will lease for slg month to
mall family. Raferencee. $66. Bo
Strictly modem brick residence, j
room and bath, finished In oak and
birch throughout Fireplace and plenty
of closets. Full and absolutely dry base
ment Owner leaving city, will aaorl
floe If sold at once. Telephone owner
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Modern Oak Bungalow $2,950.
Five rooms on one floor, near North 45th
8t ear. Completely modern and large lot
Terms, $250 cash and $37.50 per month.
Bedford-Johnston Co., Realtors.
233 Keellne Bldg. Doug. 3140.
.. Near 30th and Vinton.
Five room cottage, water, gas, electric
light; choice south front lot; price only
$1,760. $300 down, $20 per month,
Osborne Realty Co.
701 Omaha Nat'I Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
GENERAL office clerk, who underatanda
bookkeeping; must be good at flgurea and
have good education; salary $96 to $100;
must be filled at once.
WATTS REF. CO., 113$ 1st Nat, Bk. Bldg.
Buys a high-powered old modeled ear,
which will make an Ideal rebuilt truck
and speedster. Card-Adams Motor Co.,
3421 Farnam St.
EXPERIENCED warehouse man capable of
handling men, to take charge of a large
house furnishings warehouse. Application
from out of city considered. Box 4371,
EXPERIENCED man to hang shades and
draperies. Permanent position. Appli
cation from out of city considered. Box
4271, Omaha Bee.
7 ROOMS. 629 8. 19th, close in, $42.60. 10
rooms, $11 N. 25th, arranged for lfJt
HASTINGS HEYDEN. 1614 Harney.
BOOKKEEPER, who can do small amount
of steno, work, small office, good location;
salary, $65 to $75: good future. ,
WATTS REF. CO.. 1138 1st Nat. BIT. Bldg.
640 ACRES Cherry Co., Nebraska, trade for
good, clean stock general merchandise.
Prtce $22,400, clear, full particulars. D.
MrLeod. Valentine, Neb.
EXPERIENCED rug salesman. $80 to $100.
Six retail salesman, $76 to $88. Watts
Ref. Co., 1188 First Natl. Bank.
HIGH-GRADE, saleaman, territory worth
, 'I fin , t J n ft mnA ,n.n...
WATT8 REF. CO.. 1138 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg
FOR RENT Large, cool, nicely furnished
room, Hanscom Park district. Reasonable.
Call H. 1208.
REFINED young man as stock clerk to
learn the drapery business, Box 4271,
EXPERIENCED furniture paeker and up-
fitter. ORCHARD A WILHELM, 414-18
8. 16th St,
7-ROOM, all modern. 106 8. 8flth St., $45,
JOHN J. MULVIHILL,
300 Brandels Theater Bldg. Douglas 96.
CUMING Near 29th St, 22 or 44 ft; must
be sold to close estate. C. A. Orlmmel, $4$
, Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
PRIVATE office with use of reception room,
Apply 916 W. O. W.
OFFICE clerk, grain experience. $115,
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg.
OSTRON, Henry E., May 36, 1918, aged 65
fears. Funeral Wednesday, May 39, 1916,
from family resldenoe, 6128 N. 23d St, at
3 p. m. Interment In Forest Lawn.
FAMILY LEAVING CITY for summer, have
a nicely furnlshsd -room house for rent
815. 2617 Florence uiva. rnone m
IVORY REED four-wheeled go-cart, with
hood, perfect condition, pnone i. m
FOR SALE New 8tesjrns-Knlght P'
senger roadstsr. A Bargain, am uonae '
BEAUTIFUL modern seven-rooni home.
with garage, (exceptional Daraain.
Manderson street. Oo see. It. Douglss 786.
ALMOST NEW 1917 .Pathfinder, In fine
condition. Box 7938, Omaha Bee.
Whan anarle nine habitually be
nm fnul'H with oil and soot, it is
a rmnA nlan to investigate and see
,i,. ,... tiiKv mav not be oroiectinK
VVUblllV, - J J -. - . -
too far into the combustion chamber,
:..i..l.. ...Vian Viv are Incited in
cither one or the other of the valve
Tf hv Are ft r re we a inio
Pucivtae "'v w" - . ,
. . al .aAal Af
the valve port caps, wc
the caps with the plugs in mem wm
be the best way to determine ic -"-
.... T t . U m Mt tr anrl
anion. vinc puinu vi "v",.;,
t .u .t-11 .ImiiM extend verv little
III liis onvi. - ' ,
beyond the inner faces of the valve
caos. Anyway, aajusunenu i i
carbureter or lubricating system
should be made to prevent excessive
gas or oil teed.
t- ..... r tti starter is out
j ii -------
of business and the crank handle is
not available, it is possible to start
iu. .r,nin. hv iarWiner ii n the rear
wheels, blocking the front wheels and
then shifting into nign, aner wmi .
tV,. t!nlara are nrimed. tie Spark
and throttle are set and the engine is
cranked by turning a rear wne.a
doing this the operator should take
hold of the tire ratner man vmc
and must be careful not to get caught
when the wheels start to revolve.
Watch the Battery.
Do not forget that' from now on
until the end of the warm weather,
the battery is going to need extraor
dinary attention. The electrolyte
evaporates much more rapidly in
warm weather and the cells should
be inspected once a week and the
liquid brought up to the proper level
with distilled, water.
Tires on the Wssh S',and.
Before running the car on the
wash stand, the tires should be care
fully inspected to see if all of them
are properly inflated and that all the
lugs are tight. If this precaution is
not used, water may work its way
into the tire. .
Foolish Things Mailed to Soldier.
The Boston postofflce protests against
the number of paroels of useless things that
it,, aiii anMlers overseas
parcels that take up time In handling that
could much better be devoted to other more
useful things. '". a :
The Boston erald says that 'one days
Inspection In New York recently disclosed
1 642 boxes of matches, for example, though
the shipment of Inflammables is forbidden
even In domesrto malls. One parcel had a
bouquet of artificial flowers, one a baby
outfit and one a quart of whisky. Many
packages had fruit, sure to become b""a
and rotten before reaching the soldiers,
who have the privilege of buying; fresh
fruit, fresh from Italy and Spain, at the
Young Men's Christian association rscrea
tlon roome at their camps. In faot, two
thirds of the articles found In that days
inspection are on General Perlshlng'i can
teen list and are sold to the soldiers at
virtually wholesale prices. f
The quantity is Illustrated by a rekent
shipment of mall on an army transport that
contained 716,980 letters and 335.840 parcels,
the letters filling J46 sacks and the par
eels 7,452 sacks. All this when It got to
France filled a train of 1 ears.
Senator Lodge said at a dinner at New-
P"Bhe Osrmansxare the stupidest people
the world has ever eeen. To talk of this
war as a 'defensive war that waa forced
upon them! To talk of Belgian and France
and England aa their "unprovoked assail
ants' I Really, the atupldlty of the Germans
"It reminds me of the burglar'e appren
tice. A burglar, followed by his apprentice,
was stealing along the Ink-black hall of a
house when he atumbled over a chair.
"Who'a there V cried a startled voice
from a bedroom. .
'Miaow mew-mlaow!" went the tror-
,1r'It's'onlty''the cat, dear.' said the voice,
plainly much relieved.
"A moment afterward the appenUoe
tumbled. ... , '
," Who'a there T cried the Voice again.
"The apprentice eurely of German descent
waa ss prompt and ready aa hie master.
" Only another caW be piped, cheer
fully." Washington Star.
MANY WOMEN NOW
EMPLOYED IN THE
An economic by-product of the war
that is of unusual significance and
interest is the introduction of female
labor in the trreat motor car factories. -
Brought about by necessity and 4 the V
urge of patriotism, competent ob
servers have come to the conclusion
that it is proving to be an excellent
development from every; viewpoint;
"We are now employing a goodly
number of women in our factory,'
says Harry M. Jewett. president of
the Paige-Detroit "Motor Car com--pany.
"This situation has, of course,
been caused by the war. With thou
sands of men drafted into the army ,
and the extraordinary demand made
on man power for purely industrial
purposes there has developed in De
troit alone a shortage of skilled labor
now estimated by our board of com
merce statisticians at 20,000 and
which they say will soon reach 33,000.
This condition has necessitated a
readjustment. It gives trained work
ers a greater opportunity and it has
opened the way for new labor in posi- ,
tions where training and skill arenot ;
so greatly needed. .Asa matter of
fact it was absolutely necessary to .
get additional labor if the work on
government contracts was to be kept
up to schedule and also if our ordin
ary industrial activity was to be
maintained at a reasonbale rate of ,
speed. Consequently; . the ' employ
ment of women in certain depart
ments was a logical and natural de
velopment I '
At the Faige we are employing
our women largely in inspection work
where they do not displace skilled
mechanics, but yet find a congenial
occupation which they arc entirely
competent to followi In fact, in this
line of work they are especially ef
ficient and, because of their tempera
ment they are even more conscien
tious than men. The consequence is
that the work is being done as well
as or better than before, the men
are able tither to take up their mili
tary duties or more up to more re
sponsible jobs and the wheels of in
dustry are kept turning. It seems to
be the logical solution of the prob
lem and one that is proving advan
tageous to all concerned." . .
Huns Violate Sanctity of ; ,
Altar; Stop Belgian Mccs
Washington, May 24. As a climax
to atrocities in Belgium, the German -
military despots now have gone so
far as to interfere with the religious
liberties of the civilians populations
of the occupied territories. ; t
A letter written to Pope Benedict
by the bishop of.Tournai, made pub
lic here by the Belgian legation,
tells how Bavarian soldiers summa
rily halted religious service through
out one-third of the bishop's diocese
on November 14, last year. '
"I am fulfilling a painful duty.
estAfA t-kati Kichnn "in 5t (nrtni nr . vtiii r
holiness of the profanations com
mitted in my churches on November
14, last, by the Bavarian , army.
Throughout the depot rone, that is to
say throughout one-third of my
diocese, the soldiers came to the
churches and convents at 8 o'clock in
.U - Thau mnrnmA tht ,,rv.
ices, emptied the churches, , and m
some of them obliged the priest at
the altar to interrupt holy mass."
200,000 Troops Go Overseas
In the Month of May
Washington, May 25. Mot than '
200,000 Americans' will have been sent
abroad during May, and that number
orobablv will be much exceeded next
month, members of the senate mili-
tary committee were xoio iouay i
their weekly conterence witn secre-,
tary Baker and his assistants.
r,rr satisfaction with the soeed
with which the troopa are going
abroad was expressed by tne senators.
Y. W. C. A. NOTES. 4
G. W. Noble, president of tht
Young Men's Christian : association,
will bring the message at the' vesper
hour Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Mrs. J. H. Cain will sing. ( At the
social hour which follows, Miss Grace
Shearer is hostess.
lne Business women s emu win
hold its closing meeting Tuesday
evening at 6 o'clock. Howard Ken
nedy ""will speak on "Child Labor
Problems." E. D. Gepson will bring
the latest ideas on "Child Labor Wei-.
fare" from the national conference ol
social work, just held in Kansas City
Mo. Soloists are Miss Nancy Hulst,
pianist; Miss Belle von Mansfeldc,
violincello; Mrs. Edith Wagoner, ac
The student clubs of Central, South
and Commercial high schools, will
hold their annual banquet in the gym
nasium Saturday at 6 o'clock. Miss
Katherine North i chairman of the
banquet committee and Miss Alice
Douglas of the decorating committee,
All industrial clubs will hold a
house party at Camp Brewster the
week-end of June 1. Each club is ar
ranging several original stunts foi
Saturday night which will be "stunt
night" at camp. Registrations must
be in at the Y. W. C. A. not later
than Friday evening.
The Young Women's Christian as
sociation will celebrate its silver an
niversary with a dinner Monday even
ing at 6 o'clock. The speaker will be
Congressman Daniel P. Stephens of
Fremont. No regular supper wilLbe
served in the cafeteria that evening
but everyone is cordially invited . to
the dinner, plates 50 cents each. Res
ervations should be made not later
than Saturday evening to the Y. W.
The Wily Snake's Glide, -Did
yon ever watch a snake gliding over
the ground In graceful curves and did yoo
ever atop to think of the mechanical princi
ples Involved in Its motion T . The snake
movsa along the ground . In undulating
curves produced by the contraction of the
longitudinal system of muscles to alternate
sections of Its body. That alone would not
produee a forward notion, however, were It
not tor the friction of the scales on th
underside or tne snaas s oooy,
roughness of the ground. By bracing the
rear part of the body, the forward part
la enabled to glide forward and by revers
ing the process the rear part la, draggte)
forward to a new position. Popular Science)
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