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    REAL ESTATE WANTED
WILL par "cash (or good six or Nrto
room bom, iluit be w!l locattd and
priced right. Reply string tall de
scription. Box' T-8, Omaha Bee.
WE have a client (or a high cl 7 r
' n-roora on the Vrettleet Mil: raut be a
real homo with plenty ot (round. Fhone
ua it on re.
R. F. CLARY CO.,
1 184-8 Amn At.
Colfsx 1TI.
. HAVE $1,000 CASH
to par a first paymtnt on modem ill
r seren-reem home, not too far from
Mr or school: gtv (nil deacrtpUon and
uest price A-43. Omaha Be.
'E can sell your I, or T-room bungalow
r bouse. List with ua (or ruiulta.
I'rnmpt Inspection.
Osborne Realty Company
41 Be Bids.
Tyler 488.
1 CAN pay cash If the price la right (or
a five or six-room modern cottaice or
bungalow, would prefer to be on pared
street and not over two block to car.
Address, A-43, Omaha Be.
buy or s.ll Omaha Real Estate ae
fowler & Mcdonald
1H0 City Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Dong. 1488,
HAVE cash buyer (or cottage and
bungalow r.lcaly located. Shrlver, 1047-
Omaliii Nat. Bank Bldf. I. i486.
RUAL EBTATB and all kind of Insurance.
HERMAN8EN CO.
748 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
IHAVE a good vacant l'it worth HMO
to trade (or new Ford Sedan. Box
A-ll, Omaha Bee. .
( HAVK 1508 cash and can 1'ay $30
monthly on a five-room cottage or
'mngalnW- Address. A-44. Omaha Bee.
W have buyer waiting. List with
EDWARD WILLIAMS CO..
808 Omaha iNatlonal Bk.BJdg.
LIST your properly with Martin Pedersan
248$ North 24th St. Webster 4fi:o. eve
nings, and Sunday. Webster 4881.
WANT t to 7-room home from owner on
payment. Tyler 5724 or Webater 4150.
REAL ESTATE, UNIMPROVED.
West
CUMING Kear 29th St, inxTii; nu be
old to cloe an eatate. C. A. Orlmmel,
14 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
. FOR SALE.
Thr-tory brick building, (all cor
ner lot In whole! dlatrlcl. Foeaeiglon
K wanted. '
DUMQNT & CO.
1 KTln Bldg. Phon Doug.
INCOME FOR LAND.
W hv 11 houaeg Uated In Omth.
Owner want land.
S. . R. B. MONTOOMERT.
Ill Cttr National
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
TOR BALE OR TRADE.
MODERN 10-ROOM HOTEL.
Located In t central Nebraeka. In
good, live town of 700 population.
Th only hotel tn town. What have
youT Addrea M. A. Larion, Central
Pity. Neb.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
In aore Missouri timber land. Ad-
drM G. BX Nlpp, ear Puritan Mfg. H
supply Co.. ioi worm I7tn.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
10 R sal or trade. Three house on two
lots. Located, at 8th and Grant Stn.
part modern. If Interested, address Box
T 1008, Omaha Bee.
Council Bluffs.
WELL-IMPROVED 1 acres, 7 -room house,
i good barn, t chockea houses, 2 raves,
good well, fruit. Close to Council Bluffn.
li aore under cultivation. Price 1600
per acre. Johnny Devlin, 210 N. 26th
St. Douglas 7172.
4 ACRES In Counoll Bluffs. One mile
from Omaha car line. Rich, well-drained
and level. Can be bought for 11.400.
Terms, U cash; bsUnre to suit buyer.
McOee REAL ESTATE CO.,
101 Perl St . Council Bluff. I.
Dundee.
W timulaltx In Dundee home.
C. B. STUHT CO..
I1S-14 City National. Dougla I77.
South Side.
T'nR SALE Five room house, all modern,
S01 So. 21st St Call So. 1435.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
West
i LAIKMONT BUNGALOW.
Immediate possession, large rooms,
onk finish, fully modern. In fine re-
fair: about 11.600 cash. Call Tyler 721.
V1AI1A Ri'B' Potato and Investment.
J. J. MUI4VIHILL,
I'OO Brsndel Theat. Doug, tt.
WB bav tasb buyer lor WM Farnara
M4 Dundee homes. 'Phone Douglaa
074 and w will call and Inspect your
property Shulwr 4 Crv.
Omaha Ileal Estate and Investment.
JOHN T. B0HAN,
31 Psxln Blk 'Phon Tyler 4880
for good homes on good terms.
OSHORNE REALTT CO.,
Be Bldg. Tyler 46.
iiti FRANKLIN. 4-room house. 2- lots;
fin (or garden; $200 cash, 115 per mo
Crelgh. 60S Bee Bldg.. Doug. 200.
J. B. ROBINSON'. Real Estate and Invest
tnents. 448 Bee Bldg.. Dougl 0T.
North.
BENSON MEYERS CO.. 44 Om. Xat't
IV AVERLT " "P ARK Practically new 6
room bungalow In first class condition,
on paved street, with garage apd drive
way. 13.700 cash to handle. Located
at 2148 N. 47th Ave.
HOUSES FOR SALE
EASY TERMS
On 8-room close In modern, except
heat, 83, 600.
On 8-room clos In, modern, hot
"r
, Hot
ter neat n.uuu.
One fi-roam near Fontenelle Dark.
water heat, corner lot, shade and fruit
- trees, $3,600.
One 4-room near Fontenell park,
modern except heat. 83.2001.
S. S. & R. E. Montgomery
Dougls 1813. Walnut 8136.
MILLER PARK
BUNGALOW
BRAND NEW
JUST FINISHED
Five exceptionally large rooms and
bath all on one floor; choice oak finish:
fireplace, all the built-in features;
atucco with textile shingle roof; garage;
reedy for occupancy.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
430 Bee Building.
Tyler 488.
CHOICE. CORNER LOT
SEMI-BUNGALOW
Six good rooms and bath, oak finish,
right up to date tn every respect, gar
age, splendid vain for $8,000. On Sher
man Ave. car line.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
. 480 Bee Bldg. Tyler 488.
Near Fontenelle Park
Six rooms, all modern house, 1 blocks
from car Una and good school; house
In first class condition; large lut; full
cement basement, hot air furnace. Price
' 84,600, part cash. This 1 an extra good
house for the money. '
E. E. AUSTIN,
Tyler 785. 1808 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
CLAIRMONT
BARGAIN
Five-room semt-bungalow. - only 1
, (lock to car: ha large living room,
dining -room and kitchen on 1st floor i
nicely finished In oak; 2 bedrooms and
bath on "d floor, white enamel finish.
Price $4,000. Easy term. Fop appoint
ment can walnut :sis
LEAVENWORTH
HEIGHTS BARGAIN
Five-room stucco, all on one floor; oak
and white enamel finish; built-in book
rase and kitchen cabinet; full plastered
basement Price $8,000. Immediate
possession. Call Walnut 2812 for further
particular.
CATHEDRAL
DISTRICT . .
f $-room modern house, with or with
out furniture; near car line and i
blacks from St Cecllas cathedral. A
food home and fin location. Imme
diate possession. Inquire of owuer,
4170 Cs St.
. MONTCLAIR
. BARGAIN
Six-roem frame bungalow, oak finish
throughout, with garage; full cement
basement, on pared street; 1 H blocks to
iisrney car itne. rrice io.suv. uon i
fall to ee this.
CaU Walnut 2$18 for
appointment.
L FEW home and lot (or sale In Park
wood Addition; a a( place for lnrett
taent Norrl MerTl. Doug. 4210.
BRINGING UP
vaxouase on h , ir I oh:vdu oarlinc,5o Mi Ml I I you oont .l I
HOME WOULD XOuLfH 6WC V 00 HAVE t5EEN y-rr1 I I REAUZC HOW
ftp r Iwri ytarua i'vis. im v y
New York Financial News
By NEW YORK TIMES. -
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wir.
New York, March 7. It was
manifest last week that new and po
tent influences were at work in the
international money market. Thf
depreciation of sterling exchange
below the par level was 29 per tent
at the week's minimum quotation
for sight drafts on London and at
the maximum level this percentage
had been reduced to 24 per cent.
The advance of the London rate
from the lowest to the highest
levels was more than 28 cents to the
pound. On Friday sterling was al
most 50 cents to the pound above
the minimum point of 3.19 estab
lished on February 4. French, Bel
gian and Italian rates gained in
strength as sterling gained and it
was significant that Scandinavian
and "Swiss exchanges rose with
vigor after the improvement of
sterling had made considerable
progress. It is hardly to be ex
pected that the exchanges will be
able to maintain the advantage
gained in the last fortnight in fact,
there was a considerable reaction o,f
sterling on Saturday.
Speculative Buying Comes.
. Doubtless a large volume of
speculative buying occurred after
rates began to rite and a part of
these purchases would be likely to
come upon the market quickly for
the purpose of realizing a tidy
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
North.
Mitchell Investment Co.
Twenty-fourth and Ames. Phon Col.
fax' 217.
Offers personal and experienced serv
ice la the management of property,
either a rental or sales agent
ACREAQK
Two acres; 7 -room house, part mod
ern: barn, garaga and chicken houses;
fronts boulevard; southwest corner 36th
St. and Curtis Ave.; house In flrst-clSK
condition. around alone worth tho
money asked.
JOHN T. BOHAN.
631 Paxton Block. Phone Tyler 4880.
ALL modem, S rooms, south front, 3
blocks to 24th street car line. Price.
84,000; $700 cash. May take little lens.
For colored. For appointment call
Webster 88.
A LI, mod. 6-r. bungalow, east front, cor.
lot. close to car line and school: ready
to move In. $5,00081,500 cash. U
1734. days: Col. 1135, nights.
THREE and twelve-room houses, modern;
lot 62x185: walking distance. $8,800.
Harney 6705.
UEAUTIFUL 6-r. mod. bungalow; now
vacant; near car; snap. $5,350; terms.
Douglas 1734 days.
7-ROOM home (or 13,800, at 362$ S.
28th Ave. Write Cy A. Elandson, Het
tinger, N. D. '
YOUNO & DOHERTY.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
338 BRANDEIS THEATER. D. 1761.
STRICTLY-MODERN, 8-room home, hot
water heat, price $5,000; small payments.
Call Tyler 2724 or Wqbster 4160.
FOR COLORED 6 rooms, modern, exoept
nest. $400 down, balance like rent For
appointment call Webster 839.
A SNAP Only $3,000; $500 cash; 5 roomsj
ill modern, snutn front; lot 60x160. For
Colored. For appointment csll Web. 888.
..ilX.NE LU8A homes nd lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money
'Phone Tyler 187
FtR quick results" list with Benjamin ft
Fran ken berg. 624 Bee Bldg. Douglas 733.
FOUR ROOMS, with 2 acres, a bargain.
Tyler 2721 or Webster 4150.
South.
Mr. South Omaha Man
Dandy six-room semi-bungalow, sun
room, built-in-features; oak finish;
choice east front; about two years old:
price reduced to $5,600 less than It
would cost (or house alone. Owner leav
ing city: quick possession.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
430 Be Building.
Tyler 488.
FOR SALE Real bargain: two large four
room nouses, gas, electric llgnts. etc.;
large lots; located at 2011 and 2013 Oak
St. For quick sale, $1,800 each, If sold
together $3,600: half canh will handle.
Tyler Hit or Douglas 7786.
Miscellaneous.
FIVE ROOMS
Nearly New
Strictly Modern
In a choice neighborhood; I
have a good S-room home: the
rooms are fairly large: the base
ment is cemented, has floor drain,
guaranteed furnace, etc; hack
porch enclosed; near Miller Park
school and just a half block to
car; in the Holy Angels parish:
price $S,2S0,' $2,000 cash and $35
per month. Phone Harney 3556
t -t
evenings ana aunaays.
BEAUTIFUL BRICK
BUNGALOW
Jost listed en of the most attractive
liomes In Bern Is Perk district; has large
living room, fireplace, nice dining room
and kitchen on first floor; second floor
ha two large bedrooms with large
closets and tile bath. This house was
built 5 year ago by th present owner
for hi horn and I on of the best
built house w have seen. In perfeot
condition; large east front lot. Price
$10.00.
D. V. SH0LES CO.
REALTORS.
Doug. 46. 9H-17 City Nat Bank Bldg.
LE AVE N WORTH
HEIGHTS BUNGALOW
PRICE ONLY $5,500
Five rooms and bath, all on one floor;
bookcases, buffet, French door to sun
room: all built-in feature In kltthen;
full basement, floored attic; nicely deco
rated; vwner In California; possession
April 1; $8,000 cash to handle
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
30 Bee Building.
Tyler 486.
$2,000.
- Tw 4-room cottage, big lot walking
distance, win rent for $12 each; must
be oid, submit offer; shown by ap
pointment W. O SHRIVIR, D. 18.
We Hv Property for Rnt or Sal.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO.
KjW. Cor Hth end Dodge. Doug. 601$.
BIRKETT & CO.
and Insarea- 250 Bee -Bldg. Poualaa 838.
2, 4 and 6 -room house on eay term,
for colored A. J. Davis. Webater 88 9.
HAVE a few bargains In 6 and 8-room
house. Call Doug. 7172 for particular.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED An az-eook, whit.
1718 Dodge. . -1688.
apply
KITCHEN jrablnet parlor suit, dresser,
- caeca, bedrug. Phen Tyler 2488.
FATHER
profit. Also, h is reasonable to as
sume that exporters who held their
bills back when they saw the trend
of the market last Tuesday and
Wednesday were willing to offer
them at the higher, prices of Satur
day and this process may continue
for a time, but the factors which
bring an ebb and How of quotations
are not of the sort to submerge the
larger aspects of the foreign ;x
change market in recent days. That
the financial community has grown
more cheerful since the middle of
February than before over the finan
cial and industrial outlook for Eu
rope is evident in the comment of
bankers. Because this is so, it is
difficult to refer to tangible develop
ments affecting the exchanges as
the dominant ones in the market for
sentiment has a way of exerting a
wider influence at times than con
crete economic terms. Germany
has not yet been aided by an inter
national loan, arranged by the allied
leaders, but the very fact that such-
a step is under discussion by the
supreme council at London has
created the impression thai this for
mer enemy country will be. enabled
to restore her industries, and trade
with assistance from Abroad.
Gold Talk Stimulating.
r The report that Great Britain and
trance would undertake the ship
ment to the United States of $250,
000,000 gold has been toned down by
banking comment from London, yet
there was no doubt last week but
that the thought of gold imports,
whether in. large or small amounts,
was stimulating to the sterling mar
ket.. What appears to have caused
the exchanges to advance was a
mixture of favorable sentiment with
several tangible events. Among the
latter was the program being shaped
by the British treasury for meeting
the $500,000,000 Anglo-French loan
maturity next October. Presumably
some gold will be sent for this pur
pose, which was the basis for the
story of a vast movement in con
templation. Whether the metal will
begin to come in moderate amounts
in the near future or not until
toward autumn is problematical.
The strength of the Anglo-French
bonds in the last few weeks, the ad
vance being from arotlnd 94 to 98,
suggests that the treasury is utilizing
balances here for the accumulation
of the securities below par. In this
connection, it seems probable that
the British and Freach and quite
likely the Belgian and Italian gov
ernments have Jbuilt up larger
balances than are generally known
through the current offerings of their
new loans in this country through
banking channels.
Issues Widely Advertised.
The issues have been widely ad
vertised, the high return and
speculative possibilities through ex
change movements have been im
pressed upon the investing public.
Also it is known that many millions
of dollars worth of German munici
pal issues have been placed in the
United States this year. These
various transactions have oppor
tunity for influence upon the ex
changes in proportion to the decline
of exports from this side to the
countries affected and to the increase
of imports from them by the United
States. ' ,
Stocks last-week profited some
what by the stimulus which came
from the rise of the foreign ex
changes. Speculative conditions,
however, were still under the damp
ening influence of inadequate ctedit
facilities for market purposes. While
call money moved down- from 10 to
6 per cent before the end of the
week, there was no discernible ease
ment of time money rates and none
was looked for previous to the due
date for initial income tax payments.
The position of many industrial
stocks seems strong as "far as earn
ings prospects are concerned and
railroad issues stand to profit by 'a
constructive application of the rail
road law, yet it is axiomatic that a
broad bull market cannot be sus
tained without plenty of credit, pref
erably at low cost. Suggestions of
concerted action by the European
countries and the United States to
ud the industries of stricken coun
tries is stimulating to sentiment over
the longer future of business and
trade, but not particularly encourag
ing to the immediate market for se
curities. -United action means new
demands upon credit and threatens
to nut further limits upon the
amount available for speculation.
I Manicuring Lion's Nails
Is No Job for Young Lady
Cincinnati, Ohio, March 7. Ten
men and considerable maneuvering
were necessary to manicure, the
nails of Nero, the big Numidian
lion at the Cincinnati ioo, recently.
General Manager Sol Stephan
found nails on Nero's forepaw had
not been manicured for three or
four years. In the jungle manicur
ing is not necessary because the
earth is soft, but the cage floor is
oak and the nails become ingrown.
Nero objected aa strenuously as
possible, but the operation was com
pleted with the aid of blacksmith's
nippers. Biting the iron bars of
his cage during- his rage would
have injured Nero's teeth, and to
prevent that a piece of soft wood
was thrust between his jaws when
he showed a disposition to bite.y
Nero was forced to the front part
of his cage by means of a sliding
false back, which was pufled for
ward by means of a block and
tackle. The operation occupied only
a few minutes but the preparations
for it required several hours
v: ' 'V- . -
THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. MARCH 8. 1920.
Sh
Page
Editors Throughout Country JPraise ,
Pershing as a Soldier and a Citizen
General Perilling may not be
nursing any presidential ambitions
but he won't lack for enthusiastic
boosters, especially iu his home state
of Nebraska. The Lincoln Pershing
club is a pretty wide-awake aggrega
tion." Herald. Bridgeport, Neb.
"We have heard of a third term
for Wilson because of the war, and
of a term for Baker Daniels,
Hoover, Wood, Pershing and now
Gerard. Following" wars nations fre
quently select one of their prominent
factors for such preferment. If it is
desirable, regardless of all else, for
the United States to do so at this
time the logic of events and history
certainly point to Nebraska's own
leading figure, General Pershing."
Independent, Grand Island, Neb v
"Pershing's name wil be presented
to the. republican .convention for the
nomination as its candidate. Arid the
party will do itself an honor to
nominate him." Register, Neligh,
Neb.
"Some months ago there was a
great deal of talk of how bitterly
the returning ' soldier felt toward
Pershing, but this talk now has
about died out.
"Politicians take the view that as
memory of hardships and discom
forts grow dimmer the soldiers will
come more to think kindly of the
man who led them in France, and
that on the basis solely of a soldier
candidate Pershing is likely to prove
stronger than Wood." Philadelphia,
Pa., Enquirer.
"Although he is a full general of
the United States army the only
one since the time of General
Ulysses S. Grant General Pershing
is the acme of democracy.
"On every hand, according to
stories emanating from cities where
he has been a guest, Pershing has
greeted mothers and veterans, em
braced children orphaned by the
great war, warmly clasped the hands
of the former veterans who crowded
to his side and, when he espied the
gold chevron of a former veteran in
the reviewing of troops, he has halt
ed the formal inspection long
enough to inquire regarding the unit
in which the veteran served.
"Through his crowded itinerary
the characteristics which were the
factors in the selection of him as the
.American leader snap and an un
failing patience are evident."
Tacoma News-Tribune.
"Although the visitor (Pershing)
made no committal expression -dur
ing his stay, Mark W. Woods, chair
man of the Nebraska committee
which has organized formally to
boost his candidacy, said General
Pershing will have more pledged
delegates than any other candidate
at the republican convention,"
Chicago (III.) Post.
"In his greetings it could be seen
that Pershing was partial to the men
In uniform and the children. Nothing
better became him than the exhibi
tion of this partiality." Sacramento,
(Cal.) Union.
"The Pershing boom seems to be
growing- stronger. Most people re
gard his availability from a military
standpoint. That is the source of
his popularity He is a great gen
eral. But that is not the wlwle mea
sure of his fitness for the office of
president.
"He is one of the best educated and
ljest informed men in America today
on international questions. And his
knowledge is on straight and not cut
on the bias. He knows the Mexican
situation thoroughly and under
stands our relations with our wards
in the Philippines. Beyond doubt
he has a full, practical grasp of all
political questions. He is a repub
lican." Kendall (Wia.) Keystone.
"The close tip given Rockford
(Illinois) yesterday is gratifying.
One concurs in the judgment of
sending a man of Pershing's type
"over there." Somt one either knew
a good man or guessed right. Wil
son's enemies say it was an accident.
But, anyhow, we won the war.
Rockford (111.) Star.
"Pershing possesses all-around
qualifications for public affairs. He
has the administrative faculty, and
although unpracticed in public
10 BONDS
Mark 10,000-4 City
of Berlin, $142.50.
Mark 10,000-4 City
of Meunchen, $142.50.
And 25 Other Different 4 Car
man City Bond at game pric).
Mark' 100,000, Option
Good for 6 mos., $300.
Other Amounts in Proportion
French Govt Bonds .
French City Bonds
Send for complete" price lists
We tell chock at daily lowest
rate on Berlin, Paris and Lon
don. Money transferred by ca
ble to all part of Europe. I
Quotations sent by wire or'
mail on request.
HENRI WOLF V COMPANY
Stock Broker end Specialist in
Foreign Exchange
309 Broadway New York City
Jigs ud Maggie in Full
of Color in The Sunday Bm.
speaking, speaks well. General Per
shing won his spurs in the Philip
pines, and received them from Mr.
Roosevelt, then president And as
long as he lived Mr. Roosevelt fol
lowed with a lively sense of pleasure
the rising fortunes of the young of
ficer he had signally promoted."
Washington Sunday Star.
"This country, which in times past
has shown a certain fickleness in its
regard for national heraes has dis
played no diminution of its affec
tions for Pershing. The qualities of
leadership displayed by Pershing
amply justified the great trust im
posed upon him. In a soldierly way
he did 'his best, and his achievements
undoubtedly place him among the
nation's greatest military leaders."
Seattle Post Intelligencer.
"A few ex-service men have been
heard to discredit the general and
his overseas work. But thiswould
have been true of any man the gov
ernment might have placed at the
head of its army. And the same fault
finding would have been done by
some men no matter what Pershing
might have done. There are men
who dislike any man who has suc
ceeded. The farther into the past the
war recedes, the more the veteran
will recall the happy, pleasant things
he had in the army and the more, he
will recall the happv, pleasant tings
he experienced." El Paso, (Tex.)
Herald.
"General Pershing could not by
any means be classed as a partisan,
and yet there are thousands of vot
ers in both tht republican and demo
cratic parties eager to support him
for president. This is because they
believe him safe and sane and they
arg'JC that in command of the Amer
ican army abroad he proved his
ability to satisfactorily perform the
duties of chief executive." Wash
ington Post.
"The fact of being an independent
republican does not interfere with an
honest expression from us as to
General Pershing's ability and
chance of securing the republican
nomination for president of the
United States. The first noticeable
strong and predominating point or
feature in Ins career is his ability
to organize; a very necessary quali
fication to be president of the
United States. Pershing has also a
knowledge of character which en
ables him to select the right man
for the right place. He knows who
will fill the bill and who will not,
and for that reason commands the
best taient for the place, which is
essential to success. He might fall
short iu statesmanship, but would
more than make good that defi
ciency by calling around him men of
the highest order in that particular
line, and so throughout all of his
appointments. General Pershing is
not afraid to assign a man of ability
to a place out of fear of being
eclipsed." Kauff man Progressive
News, Greencastle, Pa.
"News of further development of
the Pershing boom for president
comes to Washington coincident
w;th tiie signs of trouble among the
boomers of Wood. In addition to
the plan to obtain the Nebraska
delegation for Pershing' the gen
eral's supporters are said to have
received assurances that Pershing
can have the delegates from Mon
taia and Wyoming. It is also prob
able that a strong fight will be made
to secure the Missouri delegation
for Pershing." C. C. Brainard in the
Brooklyn, (N. Y.) Eagle.
"In the republican field the im
pression is gaining ground in Wash
ington that Pershing is steadily
forging to the front. The boom for
Pershing has gained much favor in
Washington during the last week,
since it was ascertained that he will
accept the presidential nomination
if it is tendered him by the repub
licans." New York City Telegram.
"The day is coming jndeed it is
here when evety American soldier
UPEDIKE
We Specialise ia th. Careful
HaadUsw of freer of ,
Grain and Provisions
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Chicago Board of Trad
Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce
t Loui Merchant Egcbang
Ransa City Board of Trade
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Omaha Grain Exchange
We Operate' Office at: '
Omaha, Neb. Sioux City, la.
Lincoln, Neb. Atlantic, la.
Heatings, Neb. Hamburg, la.
Holdrege, Neb. Des Moines, la.
Geneva, Neb. Milwaukee, Wis
Chicago, III. '
and all of the office are con
nected with each other by private
wire.
We Selkit Yeur Patronage.
THE UPDIKE GRAIN
COMPANY
Craia Exchaag Bullaiag
Oaaaha. Neb.
P. S. Cash Coasign meats Solicited.
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who served in France will make it
his boast that he "fought with
Pershing." Certainly every Amer
ican citizen who is loyal to his coun
try and its causes glories in the
record made by the gallant army of
America in the great war and by
its competent and soldierly com
manding general.
"The choice of John J. Pershing to
be head of the American expedi
tionary forces was most fortunate. It
is to the credit of the president and
the secretary of war that the selec
tion was made solely on the ground
of merit and that they gave Persh
ing the authority of generalissimo.
He discharged his great trust with
fidelity, courage, boldness and dip
lomacy and witlr- full understanding
of the magnitude of his tasks and of
his. obligations to oilr allies.
"Sometimes we hear that Pershing
is not popular with the soldiefs. It
is the weapon of envy and detracr
tion. It is not in any sense dis
creditable to him; it would be dis
ci editable if he had as a soldier
courted popularity through the arts
and devices of the politician. What
Pershing was thinking of in France
was service, not fame; achievement,
not case; results, not explanations;
victory, not immunity.
"To the soldier in France Persh
ing was efficiency plus. The soldier
had confidence in himself and in the
army and not a small part of his
confidence was his belief in his cause
and his trust in Pershing. He knew
that no needless sacrifice would be
made; but he also knew that any
necessary sacrifice would by no
means be avoided. Every move
ment was carefully timed and mea
sured and aggressively prosecuted!
and for that reason the war ended
in a minimum of days, and even with
a minimum of effort after the Amer
icans got into action. ,
What the American soldier knew
then about Pershing, the Ameritah
citizen knows now. The country is
grateful to him and gives him a high
place in its affection, respect and ad
miration." Portland Oregonian,
Missing Links' Missing
Drinks Agitate Cincinnati
Cincinnati, O., March 7. Sol
Stephans. superintendent of the Cin
cinnati zoo, is looking for a cold
cure for monkeys. For 40 years he
has doctored the monkeys coughs
nnd sneezes with whisky and sugar.
Now there is no whisky at the" zoo
and a half dozen monkey are sniff
fing. Sugar stra i gh t is ineffective.
South Side Brevities
One sir-room house, 81,800; on six-room
houae, $1,400; all modern except heat. EI.
D. Jones, Barber. 2402 N Bt.
Mr. Z Klrstleh, merchant tailor, das
located at 492G South Twenty-fourth
street. He has Just arrived from the east
with the latest fashion In all ort of
goods. Call South 1328.
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and
Victory Notes
Bought and sold at the
New York market
price less at (mall com
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For fifty-nine years in
vestors in tht farm mortgage
of the United States Trust
Company, and its affiliated
institution, have not suffered
the loss of a single dollar In
principal or interest.
We have an extensive list
of high elasa farm mortgages
and farm mortgage bonds in
denominations of $100, $500,
$1,000 and oyer.
Detailed circular upon
.request.
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Charlotte, Artichoke - Eating
Monkey, Making History at
Express-Train Speed.
San Francisco, Cal., March 7,
Charlotte, the artichoke- a t i n g
monkey at Golden uate park, nas
hern matcinir history at a rate and in
a manner that is prematurely-silver,
ing the locks of D. Wooster Taylor,
superintendent of the children's play
ground.
Charlotte, who is called Tacko by
the common herd, orglnally cam
from Brazil, but she accompanied
the United Stales marine corps to
France in the honorary capacity ot
mascot.
There and elsewhere, hdwever, she
proved to he "too hot stuff" evSJl
for that gallant band of fire-eaters.
So, when they got back here, they
wished her on Golden Gitc park.
Deprived of the society of marines,
Charlotte at first refused to be convt
fofted. But presently and quite by
accident, it was discovered that she
was as fond of artichokes as she was
of the marines. She refused every
thing except artichokes cooKed,
canned, or raw all were artichokes
that-eame to Charlotte's net In the
close season for artichokes, how
ever, those vegetables came high.
But in view of the pains he had
been to secure the monkey s pres
ence at the playground, Taylor wis
afraid to complain.
One after another he melted down
three Liberty bonds into artichokes.
Then, just as the bottom fell out of
the market and artichokes became
cheaper, Charlotte wearied $f them
and took to eating little girl's hats.
Tar-macadam his given the best
service of any kind of street paving
tried in Calcutta. v
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By Home PttiUete, fee ef
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WE OFFER
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Mortgage Bonds
Denominations
$250 S500 $1,000,
Tax-Free in Nebraska
They are secured by newly im-
. proved business property, cen
trally located in Omaha, which will
be occupied by its owners. These '
bonds bear 6 interest, payable .
semi-annualy and convertible on
option of purchaser, any time
after one year upon 30 days' no
tice filed on any interest date. !
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Maturity, 1923-1927
American Security
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OMAHA -
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THROUGH WITH
PACT THIS WEEK
Administration Forces Ready
to Agree to Any Cofflpromist
WhSAh Cvnmnte All Bft
itiiitfii UAeinpio nil wui
Moraf Obligations.
Chleaew Trlboae-Omaha tW iu8 Wir.
Washington, March 7. That the
peace treaty with its lSgUt of na
tions covenant will be disposed of.
this week in the senate Is the gen
eral expectation.
Th debate will be resumed to-
Sorrow with Senators Borah and
itchcock endeavoring to hssten ac
tion by immediate consideration ot
the article 10 reservation and Sen
ator Lodge insisting npon the dispo
sition of at) other reservations first.
The deadlock between the. ma
jority of the senate and the prtsi--dent
on article 10 continues unim
paired. The president is intent ttpem
preserving tne moral1 obligations,
which, he said, is more comAtlting
than a legal obligation of the United
States to preserve the territorial in
tegrity and independence of other
nations.
Stand lor Exemption
The majority of the senile Is in
tent upon exempting the United
States from any mors! or legal obli
gation of this character and believes
it is supported therein by th ever
whelming jentmient of the c6untry.
The administration forces are
ready to agree to a eompfomtse
which exempts from any obligation
but a moral one. Senator Lodge
and his supporters are ready t
agre if the exemption is eKttndsd
to include the moral obligation. The
can hrlween the two factions has
been narrowed considerably but it
i far ffAm heina closed.
Democratic senators are becoming
more and more restive and the indi
cations are that there will be further
r!ortiona of the administration, but
that Senator Hitchcock; can hold tn
line 4 sufficient number to defeat
ratification with the aid of the re
publican irreconcilables if the presi
dent continues to oppose the Lodge
reservations.
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On new Omaha business property
Denominations: "
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