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THE BEE: OMAHA', WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920. -'
i rT.ft CENT FARM LOANS PER CENT
Will loan 71 to 10 dollar par acre on
choice farm In Washtns-ton. Doue-las.
tUfpy er.4 Casa counties. Option (ranted
tq jnaka payment any tlma and atop
Int. oil amount paid. Small com. See.
call or writ Paul Peteraon. financial
Correspondent for the Conn. Mutual
Life In. Co., S4 Brandela Theater Bldg.,
Omaha. Phone D. 1806 or Walnut 3106.
In Spite of Everything
Good Corn and Alfalfa
Land Is Going Higher.
Why?. Because it Is the
Bafest Investment Known
Inveat now In thla money making little
ranch of 620 aorea, located 1 mile aouth
of Oandy, the .county Beat of Logan
county, Neb. About 300 acre under plow,
balance the very beat of pasture. Soil
good black loam with clay eub-eotl; farm
land Ilea level to gently rolling. .Im
provement: Good atory and half, room
houae with basement; good barn for it
humea; mow for 15 tone of hay; hen
houae, garage with . cement floor; all
fenced and cross-fenced; good well and
windmill. Price 167.60 per acre, $5,000
cash, 110,000 January 1, 1921, balance
good torma. Here la the place that will
anpeal to the-man who haa children to
' educate a Oandy haa one of the beat
high achoola In Nebraska. See m, A.
June 10th, 2 P. M. '
On the above date at court houae,
I Crand Island, Neb., we will sell at public
; suction to the Highest bidder a highly
j Improved farm of 286 acrea, located hk
I mile from the corporate limit of Grand
island. Write for detailed description.
Nebraska Realty Auction Co.. Cantral
I Ity, Neb.
' -4,000 ACRES
Northeast corner Box Butte County,
5 per cent best ol farm land, Hose
bud silt loam soil, a snap .at (26 an
S. S. and R. E.
M City Nat. Bank Bldg. J"
It5-acre Platte vallev farm: Mack.
snildy loam; well Improved; -R house;
large barn, corncrib, cattle and hog
sheds, etc.'. lH mile to market, 18
miles to Omaha. Price 1185 er acre.
Phone Tyler J022 or write
STKEL REAL ESTATE INV. CO.,
ii uaviage biock., umana
COR quick sale, priced at $146 per acre.
480 acre, well improved, 7 miles north
east of Spalding, Neb., land Is rolling,
the very beat corn and alfalfa soli. Will
take In well located Omaha home up
WRITE, PHONB O RWIKB A. X LEUT-
HAUSER, .WISNBK, NEB. .
CORN AND ALFALFA FARMS.
IMPROVED. IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA,
at the right price. Write for list.
, LAR80N ft CARRAHER.
- Central City, Nebraska.
160 ACRES raw wheat ' land,' 12 miles
south of Blx, Kimball county, Neb.,
aoutheast quarter section S, .township 12,
range 64; $6,200, half cash. Fred C.
Taylor. 601 Securities Bldg., Omaha.
A. A. PATZMAN. Farms. 301 Karbach Blk.
SOO acre well improved, large orchard,
good water, close to school and town.
$3,000; $600 will handle. Hop on cars,
com to see It. Owner, Wellman Arthurs
Mountain view, mo.
New Mexico Lands.
WRITE FOR free illustrated booklet de
scribing agricultural and buitness op
portunities In northeastern New Mexico.
- Productive soil, healtful climate, alti
tude 5,200 teet, growing towns, excellent
for farming and stock raising. We have,
no lands for aale but are Interested in
the development of this territory. Ad
dress Earle O. Reed, Agricultural Agent,
R, 212. Railway Exchange Bldg., Den
ver; Cold .
40 ACRES $400.00 Prospective oil, gas,
asphalt, mineral, timber and ' grazing
. land In Southeastern Oklahoma, near
railroads, towns and roads. Absolutely
clar title; bonded abstract. No
reservation; limited acreage; part caah,
balance monthly. Reference, any bank.
M. E. William. McAlester. Okla.
South Dakota Lands.
Tripp Co. South Dak.
1. 480 acre, well Improved. 14 H mljea
-from- town. . j - . . . .
3. ' Flvei good separata prairie quar
ters from 7 to 16 miles out. Can ar
range term or take some secured pa-
i pel, Ajiuercy wuue, ui viuci bvvu pj-
curlty a part payment. Might con
sular well located Omaha .city real
estate. Box 463. Winner. S. D.f
FOR SALE 166 acres at $160 per acre.
25 acre In townslta .half mile from con
solidated school, (tore and elevator;
In Kingsbury county, S. D. $3,000 will
handle same. F. Jachn. Huron, 8. D.
BARQAINS in stock ranches and irrigated
farms. Write E. S. Hartwell, Newell, S. P.
120 ACRES deeded, 240 leased; all under
ditch; 15ft cultivated, 100 in alfalfa; fine
stock ranch, outside range; good Im
provements. Address owner, J. D. Wll-
llams. crowneart. wyo.
FOR information in regard to Wyoming
land, ranches and irrigated . land, write
Gordon O. Johnstone, Box 61, Doug
las, Wyo. -
'MINNESOTA lands. 30 improved farm
offered for sale by owner on long-time.
, One-fifth cash. Located In Red River
valley proper, near Argyle, Stephen,
Donaldson 'and Tyler, Minnesota. Write
for descriptive booklet and piles list.
M. Laurttsen.. 62 2d Ave., S. Mlnneap-
- - Miscellaneous.
F.RMS for sale or exchange. Over 100
large and small, in Illinois, Missouri and
Arkansas. Write Forman, No. 317 In
ternational Lit Bldg.. St. Louis, Mo..
for free list.
VTT.T. .sacrifice choice ouarter South Da
kota land, will consider a new model
car or lot in good location, uougia
108S. - Write 2015 No. 61st St.
FINANCIAL . .
Real Estate Loans.
FARM and city loans.
B. H. LOUOEE, INC., Vi
528 Keeline Bldg.
CITT AND FARM LOANS. 6 PER CENT.
DUMONT & CO.,
" "416-418 Keeline Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST. NEB. FARMS,
O'KEEFE REAL 'ESTATE CO.,
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2715.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS,
lowest rates. Private loan booths. Hsrry
Malashock. 1614 Dodge. D. 6619. Ea. 1894
Real Estate Loans. '
. PRIVATE MONEY.
HAA A tlAHOA ... .H. nvnmnflv
.Tj. WEAD. Wead Bldg., 310 S. 18th St.
SHOPEN A COMPANY. Doug. 4228.
tKOMPT service, reasonable rates. Drivata
money. Garvin Bros.. 345 Omaha Nat
t. E. BUCK. Loans. 442 Omaha Nat.
Stocks and Bonds.
JTOR SALE Two quarter-acre tracts In
I the Qalf Coast Development company.
Subdivision tracts were withdrawn
from the market at $500. Make me an
' offer. P. O. Box 1196, Omaha, Neb. .
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
SAVE inaulrles for jooi homes In good
location. Do you want to sell your
property T List It with A. Grira-
melr 849 Omaha. Nafl Bk. Bldg.
JOU WANT TO SELL THAT HOUSE
Want quick action? Just try us.
Call Tyler 496.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.. 430 Bee Bldg.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD,
1120 City Natl Bank Bldg. Doug. 1428.
fAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
' JOHN W. SIMPSON
!4 Patterson Blk.
WE HAVE cash buyers for cottages and
bungalows nicely located. Shrlver,
1047-t Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D, 1638.
E. G.SOLOMON -
III Karbach Blk.
WE have purchasers for 6, t and 7-room
houses. Call Walnut 1153.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
VDne of the finest located lots in
this restricted residence district.
On paved street, two blocks to
car, rine Domes on an siaes.
Owner is leaving city and wants
' offer for this lot. For further in
formation call Walnut 1580 eve
' WA.NT QUANT 3
r Know you aj?s
BKAU-E No ON?
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
WALSH-ELMER CO., Realtor, Real
Estate. Investments, Insurance, Ren
tals. Tyler 1636. 333 Securities Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
FIVE-ROOM new rriodern bungalow and
garage. Oak floors' and finish, built
in features. Might exchange for vacant;
prefer close in, or old house close In,
Owner, Colfax S104-3029 Pratt St.
BEAUTIFUL large hill tract lot in beet
part of Council Bluff. What have you
to trade. Carl Changstrom, 2020 Far
WANTED To hear from parties having
hardware stock to trade for) equity 'in
Western Nebraska Farm.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
THE BEST BUY 15 BENSON, 14,800.
Olen Park Addition. New house.
J-lve rooms and bath, living room and
dining room in oak, built-in bookcase.
Two large bedrooms, oak floors, kitchen
in white enamel, butlttn cabinet, large
garden and fruit trees. Call Walnut
2153 for terms.
NEW DUNDEE HOME
Sightly location; frame con
struction, press brick foundation
and porch; six fine light rooms,
and basement; first floor has
large living room, with fireplace
and bookcases, dandy light din
ing room, well arranged den and
kitchen; second floor has three
corner bedrooms and tile bath;
house is extra well constructed
and finely finished; tastily deco
rated and .complete in every de
. tail; a real classy place and a snap
at the price. For appointment
call owner, Walnut 1S80.
A-dandy 8-room bungalow in a very
good residence block, having 5 rooms
and sun room; garage, drive; In fact,
complete to the last detail. Price
D.V. SHOLES CO. '
Douglas 46. 915-17 City Nafl Bank Bldg.
DUNDEE home for sale by owner; hot
water heat; oak floors, f hone Walnut
2 New Bungalows
Immediate possession. Strictly mod
ern, lust completed and ready to oc
cupy. Finished In oak and quarter
pawed pine with oak floor throughout.
Price $5,000-- and " 6,000 'respectively.
Easy terms. Must be seen t be ap
preciated. Located near 30th and
Craig St, in Florence.
FOWLER & M'DONALD
Doug. 1426. 1120 City NatT Bk. Bldg-
C. L. NE1HAWAT for suburban prop
erty. Florence Station, Omaha, Neb.
HOUSE and lot for aale. 4622 South 31st.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
, DISTRICT, $8,500
A good 8-rbom' modern home,
with hot water heat; finished third
floor, making six bedrooms in all;
east front lot, 42x160; can arrange
terms and early possession. -
GLOVER & SPAIN
918-20 City Nat'l.
N Two-stbry frame and stucco
residence in Dundee.- Large liv
ing room, fireplace, dining room,
kitchen first floor three bed
rooms, bath Second floor. On
paved street. Press bric-k founda
tion. Only $11,000, part cash,
. balance easy payments. Walnut
We have the best buy in the
Cathedral district. Beautiful home,
good lot, garage, two blocks to
car. Can make excellent terms.
Call us today, sure.
J. L. HIATT CO. .
Tyler 63. First Nat. Bank Bldg.
, ' We have just listed one of the largest
sacrifices In a residence property we
have handled for months; consisting of
n 8-room full 2-story house, large liv
ing room, dining room and kitchen on
the first floor finished in oak; 4 extra
nice bedrooms and bath on the second
floor with sleeping porch; - two nice
maids' rooms on the third floor; full
cement basement, furnace heat; paved
street, paving all paid; large lot; gar
age. Owner is leaving city and has of
fered to sacrifice this for $12,000 on
the following terms; . $3,000 cash, bal
ance to be arranged. Properties of this
kind in this same neighborhood have
been selling in the past few month
for $15,000 to $16,000.
' - COMPANY,
E37 Om. Kan Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1781,
See Mr. Olbson. '
8unday calls. Colfax 3227; j
4125 CORBY ST.
I rooms, reception hall and bath;
strictly, modern; close to car and school;
10-ft. lot; full basement; brick founda
tion;, A-l plumbing; guaranteed furnace;
located right; built right; priced right;
- A..R.-KELLEY, :
600 Paxton Block.
Omaha Real Estate and Investment.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
21 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 488$.
POSSESSION now, tll.W buy the resi
dence northeast corner 38th avenue and
Davenport itrttt. Doua mi;
rAS TELlr PHONE
AS NVUCH AND I't
ThE service -
rAANACaER- I WAN?"
TO REPORT VP0"-&1VCME-
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
720 SOUTH 36TO
$6,500 Cash Balance Mo.
This lovely six-room home is offered
for the first time; newly decorated and
better built than a new home; plenty
of closet space; hot water heat; full
cement basement; close to' car and
. schools. Evenings. H. 4996
1616 City National. Dg 3932.
Nlc six-room homes, "modern except
heat. 3006-3007 Franklin. Go see them,
then see us,. Com'l.. 1516 City Nat'l.
Near the Field club we have this fine
2-story frame residence, built four
year ago and lived In only by present
owner; In perfect condition; ha every
thing that goe to make a modern
home fireplace, bookcase, aunroom,
sleeping porch; dining room is paneled
with oak; very livable and attractive
place. Price, $11,000. Show only by
BURR-SPIER CO. .
204 Bee Bldg. Douglas 4857.
J. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Invest
ments. 442 Bee Bldg.. Douglas 8097.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
' A SNAP AT $7,800.
You should, see this dandy 2
story house. IFirst floor in oak,
second floor in! white enamel. Liv
ing room has fireplace, buffet in
dining room, pantry, ice box room
off kitchen. Three nice sjfeeping
rooms, including a closediri sleep
ing porch. Fine big lot, shade
and shrubs; only. a block to school.
Houses in this neighborhood are
selling around " $10,000. ' Owner
leaving town' and must sell. Call
us for details and appointment.
J. L. HIATT CO.
Tyler '63. First Nat' Bank Bldg.
5-Room Modern, $4,750
First time offered.--,.-,A cozy,
welL built 5-room home' complete
ly modern; 2 bedrooms, upstairs;
full basement . with- ' stationary
tubs, floor drain," etc.; comer' lot;
paved street; convenient to two
car lines. Price, $4,750, $2,500
cash. Call .
Schroeder . Investment Co.
Douglas 3361. ' 538 Railway Exchange.
FULL lots, small, house, 16 fruit
trees, 3 kinds of berries; plenty of
shade; good well; brick storm cel
lar; brick coal shed, all inclosed.
With them ' good title. Price
$1,800. 3902 Spaulding St. Call
, 8-ROOM HOUSE .
On a beautiful corner lot. 67x122,
with a dandy hedge, large shade trees
and flowers. House was built by a
lumber man and has been his home
eince; quarter sawed oak floors and
firash downstairs; all windows plate
glass on first floor; large living room,
library, dining room and kitchen; four
fin bedroom and bath above; garage
for three cars; located at 2203 Miami.
Can be handled on $2,500, balance
monthly. Don't pas this up.
.133 Securities Bldg. Tyler 1536.
2716 AMES AVENUE
Dandy five-room bouse all on one
floor; on large south 'front rot; finished
in oak and white enamel. Just newly
' decorated; has large attic. Ready for
occupancy. Price, $7,250.
C. G. CARLBERG
212 Brandels Theater Bldg. Doug. 586.
$4,800 $1,700 Cash
SixV rooms, hot water heat, beamed
ceilings, newly patnted, .paneled walls
In living room. H. 4996 evenings.
151 City National. Dg 3932.
For sale by owner; 4 rooms and bath;
strictly modern; full cemented basement,
walks, and paved street; full east front;
corner lot; fine lawn and garden; )
blocks to car line; fine neighborhood of
home owners. Will be open Sundays.
Immediate possession; $800 to $1,000 to
handle. 4902 N. 27th St. Phone So. 2544.
NEAR HANSCOM PARK.
1321 S. 28th . St.; exceptionally well
built, all modern 8-room home, or 7
rooms and sunrcom at small expense; 2
blocks from park and car line; full lot;
paved street; Just a dandy home; owner
going away. Phone Harney 6248 for ap
pointment. KOUNTZE PLACE
1901 Blnney, t rooms, strictly modern,
oak floors, hot air furnace, east front,
nice shad $8,500.
$500 DOWN, $50 per month buys a five
room house, nice location, at (351 N.
30th St Sea owner, A. Smith, 811 N.
27th St., Council Bluffs, la. .
at 2420 Wirt St., S rooms,' modern, and
call Tyler 650 or Colfax 1140 for ap
polntment. It' a bargain.
BUNGALOW, (-room, oak finish, brand
new, nice lot, paved street. $5,250.
easy term. Call days, Douglas 173-4.
A FEW home and lot for aale In Park
- . wood addition; a safe place for Invest-
ment. Norrt A Norrls. Doug. 4?70.
KOUNTZE Place. S rooms, modern, oak
floor, finish: bargain, $6,850; term. I
iTfnrn suAuia iai h,v.ii yi I
. . -r ii nJ, tvi . . 1 I. ,,a,b muH,
2827 SEWARD, ,4-room. new7 modern
bungalow, $600 caah, balance monthly.
Crelgh. (0$ Bee. Douglas 200.
FOR quick result list with Benjamin A
Frankenberg, (24 Bee Bldg. Douglas 722.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
MINNB LUSA home and lot offer the
beet opportunity to Invest your money,
fon4 Tyler 111,
D DINGI - A
fcvi-pv BODY MAKE3k
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
$ ROOMS, nearly modern, large lot and
garden; act quick, 1302 North 30th St.
Colfax 4644. .
HOUSE and lot, cheap. Must be sold at
once. ,2722 Camden Ave, Doug. 826$,
BENSON A. MEYERS CO.. 424 Om. Nat'l.
I MUST sell my 5-room home,
Hanscom Park district. Has liv
ing room, dining, kitchen, down
stairs; two large bedrooms and
bath upstairs; house in perfect
condition; oak throughout; ce
ment basement, excellent furnace,
good lot, two blocks- to car, near
school. This sale must be made
by June 1. - Will give good terms;
$1,000 will handle it. Address
owner, Box G-4, care Omaha Bee.
17TH AND B Sts. All modern 7-room
cottage on paved street, paving paid;
4 blocks from school and car line. Will
redecorate for purchaser. $4,000 with
time. Frank Kullsek, 81 So. (4th,
owner. Douglas 2000; or eves. Walnut
GOOD HOMES .
SO California, 9 -room modern; hot
water heat; vice, $6,290; half cash.
i 25 Pierce, one and one-half-Btory
frame dwelling; part modern, $3,000;
Florence Boulevard and Boyd, one
and one-half-story bungalow; oak
floors, built-in features; garage; $6,250;
32 Myrtle Ave.,' fine new modern
home, $11,000; $5,000 cash,
49th Ave. and Howard, . two-story
frame 8-room modern, finely decorated,
oak floors and finish; $8,(00.- t
33 Leavenworth, one-story frame,
modern; $2,800; $600 cash.
JQHN W. SIMPSON
24 Patterson Block.
$350 CASH, BALANCE $35 PER
Neat 4-rooom cottage ready to move
.Into. Modern except heat. Inverted
I lighting fixtures. Large rooms, nice
decorations. Full cement basement.
Large lot. East frontage.
224 Bee Bldg.
CAN YOU DUPLICATE
Tf you can get any responsible con
tractor or builder et fine homes to du
plicate this fine new Dundee property
at lees than our price allowing $1,760 for
this beautiful east front lot, we will
sell It at' his .figures. Six nice sized
rooms, oak floors throughout, tiled floor,
fireplace, buffet, butler's pantry. Terms
are exceptionally easy. Phone Carse
at Harney 3556 evenings or Douglas 7412
days. Call at 318 South 18th St.
8-ROOM modernj 2 blocks from car, S. W.
Hanscom park. Owing to ill health own
er must sell, to change clfmate. Four
, large bed rooms with ample closets and
" floored attic' Garage. East front on
large corner lot; Priced right and im
8-room modern oak finish. " Large lot,
Georgia avenue, $7,000.
7-room modern, good location, $4,850.
6 -room modern, choice location, Garage
for two cars, $6,850 -
CONBOY & GREEN,
Douglas 3841. Harney- 4999. Webster 6158
We have a large assortment of S, 6,
7 'and 8-room homes; prices right; easy
terms. Call us for further informa
tion and Inspection appointments.
224 Bee Building. .
Tyler. 6171. i Tyter 6171..
LIBERTY BONDS AT
i Will take your Liberty bonds at par
on this 6-room, modern home. House
Is in good condition. Is about S years
old and is not far from car. It Is
about .20 minutes ride faom down town.
$3,900 $250 cash, balance like rent.
CaU Doua 741-2 days or 318 So. 18th St.
Ask for Mr. Carse.
A 6-room all modern house on corner
lot. About 12 nice shade trees, four
fruit trees bearing, nice lawn, not far
from car line and school. A real bar
gain. Call Walnut 6432 evenings, Doug.
7412 days. Mr. Cole.
One of the few homes that can be
bought for $500 cash, balance easy
terms. Good location on- South 19th
Ave. between Jackson and Jones. Call
Doug. 4911 days: Tyler 5167 evenings.
Very Choice &-Room
Near car and school on paved street."
High and sightly1. Strictly modern.
See this and you will buy It. Good
Call Walnut 127 evenings,
WANT A HOME ?
Possibly we have It for you. It costs
nothing to phone Douglks 134 or come
to 1506 Dodge 8t.
and insures. 250 Bee Bldg. Douglas 633.
brand new bungalow,
modern; good location; $500
cash; balance terms. Walnut (373.
REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS.
N. W. COR. 18TH AND DODGE. 4 601J.
AMERICAN SECURITT COMPANY.
Real Estate Transfers
Harry S. Klrby to William M. Kll
mrr, Seward t 120 ft. e. of
36th St., s. s., 30x127.5 .,$ 1,600
Frank Rouse and wife to Joseph
W. Fleming, 65th St., 100 ft. . of
Lake St., w. s., (0x128 I 1
Commercial Saving & Loan Ass'n
to James E. Hester and wife, . '
26th st., 100 ft. s. of D St.; e.
30x150 i 1,860
John Potter Webster and wife to
John H. Caldwell, 41st St., 96 ft.
n. of Dewey Ave., e. a., 66x125.. 23,0(0
Albert W. Kelptn and wife to
Clarence W. Derby, 31st St., 100
ft. n. of Jackson at., e. s (0x140 (,000
Albert W. Kelpln and wife to Clar
ence W. Derby, ne. cor, 21st and .
Laird St., 25x124... 4 2,000
Guntave A. El art h and wife to
Charles A. Blomberg, 30kh st, 68
ft. n; of Jackson st., w, ., 32x140 4,300
Margaret M. Burke to Henry B.
Payne et al, Harney st, 146 ft.
w. of 26th st s. s., 45x78 1
John V. Flack and wife to Harry
C. Tike et al, 44th at., 280 ft, s.
of Boyd St., e. a., 40x130....... . (70
Paul W, Kuhns et al to Ferdinand
Kramer, 18th st, 360 ft. s. -of
Jackson st, e. ., (0x100 32,000
Henry B. Payne et al to State
Farmer Insurance Co., Harney
t, 145 ft w. of 26th it, s. ..
Emma L. Scheerer to Jamea Con
.Ity, 28th it, 60 ft, n. of F at.,
w. ., 60x1(0 $00
Jame W. Smith and wife to Frank
Roy C, Merrltt .and wife to James .
M. Condon et al, Marcy St., 240
XL w, ol 3l It., ft. .. it l-lxllf 1,509
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POOR Orl RUE V
N7 THEREA.LL DAY
AKE MISTAKE V
- HAVE, i
FOR YOO .
Says U. S. Can Serve World
. Most by Entering League
Criticises Position of
.' The President. .
Washington, May 25. William J.,
Bryan took flat issue toJay with
PresidentrWUson on the question of
an American mandate over Armenia,
declaring in a statement that "any
mandate is impossible."
The United States, Mr. Bryan
sajd, could do more toward making
the world safe for democracy,
"even for democracy in Armenia,"
by recognizing the Armenian repub
lic and entering the league of na
tions "as the friend of all little coun
tries." In a previous statement on the
league of nations Mr. Bryan said:
"Nearly 100 years ago," continued
Mr. Bryan, "Henry Clay set forth
the American view on this subject
in dealing with aspirations of South
American republics. . . Clay de
clared it to be a reflection on the
Almighty to assume that he would
create peoples incapable of self-government
and leave them to be the
victims of kings and emperors.
Can't Endorse Theory.
"All the colonial exploitation of
helpless peoples 'is defended . on the
theory of their incapacity of self
government. . We cannot indorse
this theory. It would b injurious
to the Armenians instead of a kind
ness to affirm or admit them in
capable of self-government.
x "We can recognize the indepen
dence of the Armenian republic and
send as minister to Armenia a man
who has faith in democracy and
who believes that u governments
should rest upon consent of the gov
erned. He can advise with Armen
ian officials when they desire advice
and help them as a friend. We can
be of much more service t6 them in
this 'way than wer can by exercising
authority 'over them. ' ...
"Then, if we will ratify -the
treaty and enter the league of na
tions as the friend of all the little
countries and insist on universal
disarmament, we may be able to
make the world safe for democracy
even for democracy in Armenia."
"I am in favor of the immediate
and final ratification of the peace
treaty with the reservations already
agreed upon by a decisive majority
of the entire senate and by more
than two-thirds of those favoring
ratification.. Any needed changes
can be made in the league. I shall
oppose any and every, attempt to
make the reservations a campaign
issue. - - :
Minority Can't Dictate.
"No party, least of all the demo
cratic party, can afford to claim for
a minority of the senate the right
to declare the policy of the nation. '
"To deny ratification and make
the treaty a partisan issue would be
a crime against .our own natinn
Avhich has pressing domestic prob
lems to meet, and against the world
that needs our counsel and auvice in
Real Estate Transfers
Koutsky, se. cor. 22d and J St., '
Henry H. Anderson and wife to
Fred Sullivan, Davenport st.,
66 ft. e. of 27th t., n. .,
Austin Clark and wife' to Rudolph
Jensen et al, Pratt St., 190 ft. e.
of John A. Crelghton blvd., s. s.,
Alexander Mollcan and wife to
John Btlne, Blnney at, 240 ft. e.
of 37th st..' n. ., 40x120 325
James E. Whlgam and wife to
George C, Flack. 48th t, 100 ft.
n. of California St., e. s., 50x130 (0
Edith E. Handy and husband to
Fred Kavan, Poppleton ave., 100
ft. e. of 29th t, n. s., 50x115 1
Abraham B. Alpirn and wife to
Harry. Gross, sw. cor, 21st and
Paul St., 303x365
Albert E. Lewis and wife, to Wil
liam Peperkorn,' 30th St., 09 ft.
i. of Wllllt at, e. ., 33x132.... 2,500
Noah J. Baker and wife to Henry
Rix and wife, Underwood ave.,
200 ft. w. of 48th St., n. ., (0x128 7,300
Lydla E. Rhyno to Katie A. Fitz
gerald. Y st, 83 ft. w. of 31st
nt.i n. s.. 123x117.5 2,900
Samuel W. Duke and wife to John
Hecsenberger and wife, 26th st.,
00 ft. n. of H st, w. s., 30x150.. 2,800
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with awning mad by
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the league to save civilization from
the horrors of another war. ,
"Does President Wilson know
that while the senate wrangles over
the phraseology of resolutions, new
ly established republics are threat
ened on one side with returning
monarchy and on the other side
with the chaos of bolshevism?
"Does he know of the unrest in
our own country and the reasons
"Does he know that the profiteer,
with an appetite stimulated by glut
tony, is bleeding our nation' white?
"Does he know to what extent the
tax-eate-rs are fattening at the ex
pense of the taxpayers?
"Does he know that big business
is attempting to transfer the burdens
of the government from the shoul
ders of the rich to the backs of the
"Does he ' know . that the bene
ficiaries of private monopolief are
massing for a combined attack upon
the right of the people to use their
own government for their own pro
tection? If he were physically able to coni
fer with his fellow officials at Wash
ington and learn the views of his
fellow patriots throughout the coun
try, he would not ask the members
or the democratic party to drag the
treaty into politics and make the
reservations a partisan issue.
"The treaty should be ratified im
mediately with the. reservations al
ready agreed upon leavirlg the na
tion to secure afterward in the
league- such changes as may be
"The democratic party cannot die;
it must help solve the problems of
today; -democratic friends of the
league of nations should join republican-friends
of the league and by
doing so, take the.issue out of the
campaign and speak peace to war
Senator Owen Takes
Same View asj Bryan
On Wilson's Leagye
. ' .
Oklahoma City? OkV'May 25.
benator Robert L. Owen "will
stand" for the ratification of the
peace treaty 1arid league of nations
with the "reservations approved .by
a majority of the senate, be de
clared in addressing .a meeting of
the Oklahoma delegates -t the dem
ocratic national convention.
"Democratic presidential candi
dates are rapidly being eliminated,"
he said, "and it will appear finally
that only William J. Bryan and
myself : remain among those avail
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fonka Coal cV Feed Co., ' Harry Chrlstopherson Coat- dt
S133 5. 21st St. Feed Co., 2S20 Lake St. . -- 1
iwart Seed Store, 119 N. 16th. WCenterWB Mi'U' "d I
ltz Bros., 3005 Haskell St. Walnut Hill Feed Store, 1425 1 I
Pacey's Feed Store, Papilllion. Military Ave.
H. Cinek, 5212 S. 24th St. Stoltenberg Elevator Co 6136
atky Bro., 4805 S. 24th St. Military Ave.
Haddad, 1255-7 S. 13th St. - North Omaha Feed Co., 5416 N.
ank Zaloudek, 1004' S. 13th. ISth St.
Murphy Coal eV Feed Co., S. A. Forgery, 8622 N. 30th St.
4602 S. 28th St. Stahmer Bros.. 202 S. 20th.
L. Bergquist at Son, 4710 S. G. L. Stock. 4134 Grand Ave.
24th St. Homestead Grocery, 51st and Q. I
AND AT ALL OF THE BASKET STORES
M. C. PETERS MILL CO.
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Trend of Prices Except
For Food, Is Reported
Chicago, May 25. A general re
vision downward of prices of nil
commodities except food, a growing
tendency toward thrift and improve
ment in the labor situation are three
factors noted in the report of the
'seventh Federal Reserve district, is
A decided readjustment of the
economic and social influences gov
erning national life is being antici
pated by the business world, the re
port says,,with the situation compli
cated by the lack of any precedent
by which business men might be
"Probably the most disturbing ele
ment in the i entire situation," the
statement adds, "is the almost de
moralized condition of our railroads.
The credit supply still is restricted
and the demand outstrips any pre
vious total in the history of the
world. Lastly, there is the additional
complication of growing signs of a
general revision of prices of all com
modities, with the trend in most
"Fighting Chaplain" Dies.
Akron, O.i May 25. Rev. James
M.. Hanley, 'the fighting chaplain of
the 69th," died here Tuesday morn
nig of pneumonia after a week's illness.
May and June Eggs
are best and cheapest. Preserve with Egg-O-Latum for next winter.
Egg-O-Latum is endorsed by leading institutions, cooking; schools, etc. Keeps
eggs in perfectly fresh condition one year.' Costs only 1 cent per doien. No jar
or mushy liquids. Kept in ordinary carton in cellar.
FROM THE EDITOR OF RELIABLE VOW
TRY J0URNAI "Cn recommend Ew O Utum
as aa et preservative thst is ecooomlcil and
rnv to applr sad it does th work." Grant
FROM THEEAD OF AMERICAN -SCHOOL
OF POULTRYVItBBANDRY "It is st to
vslr En O Ltmm and I he ao( onlr used
it myself, but ' recommend it to hundreds of
our students." T. . Ouitenbem, Pretident.
ENDORSED" BY NATIONAL HOUSEWIVES'
LEAGUE ."At a nreetins of the Executive
Committee of the National Housewives' Leasua
held Wednesday. June 19th. 1918, the matter
of endorsing EcoO-Lstum came no before the
Committee. 1 have been instructed to write
and sav that we believe Eu-O-Latum to be a
very sood product and same has beea passed
by the. Executive-Committee." Af'i. Sara O,
Wtsl, Recordim Secretary,
KEPT ECCS ELEVEN, MONTHS "I am
delighted with the Ent-O-Letu and now uains
eees that were packed in it eleven months
no." Mrs. I. r. Uorian, Eutaw. Ala. L. B.
US. - .
EGG-O-LATUM is told by dealers
by card. Postman will collect. No
50-cent size lor 50 dozen eggs. ,
GEORGE H. LEE CO.
STEPS TO LOWER
Personal Economy, Curtailing
Credit to Nonessential In
dustries, Better Transpor
tation His Plan.
Washington, May 25. Econorrr,
in Individual expenditures, reduction
of nonessential loans by banks, in
creased production and improve
transportation are needed to reduci
the cost of living and deflate credits,
Governor Harding of the federal re
serve board declared today in re
sponding to a senate resolution ol
Governor Harding's letter came in
response to the resolution of Sena
tor McCormick, republican, Illinois,
requesting information regarding
what steps the board contemplated,
to "meet the existing inflation ol
currency and credits and consequent
high prices," and what measure!
were proposed to mobijize credits
for movement of the 1920 crop.
Governor Harding said the board
for months "has recognised that th
expansion of bank credits , . was.
proceeding at a rate not warranted
by the production and consumption
of goods." , ,,""
The discount rate advances, Gov
eror Harding said, "have checked
c tdit transaction somewhat, but
have not been -entirely effective in
bringing about ' the reduction in
loans desired. ' . "
"On the contrary,"., he sajd. "com
mercial loans have steadily in
"The average reserves of federal
reserve banks are now a little over '
42'3 per cent," he added, "as against
45 per cent at the beginning of the ,
year and about 51 per cent ; 12
months ago." , . ; -
Predicts Pre-War Price
On Silk in Near Futurfc
New York, May 25. Pre-war
prices for Japanese silks within a
very short time were predicted by
M. Schigeeda, prominent merchant
of Osaka, before he sailed for Lon-"
"In February silks were three "
times higher than they were before
the war," said the Japanese mer
chant "They are now only half the "
price they were in February, and the '
trend continued down."
FROM A WARM CLIME-MI have, tried A
Eu-O-Latum and found it to preserve the en
in rood ehape for more than sis moaths."f-t
D. DePoaU Have. Cuba.
KEPT ECCS THREE YEARS "A month
ago 1 used, for home cooklns in eskes, etc.,
eiss preserved with En-O-Latudi in IpriL
1917. 'three years aco. We had been trrujt to
see how Ions they would keep. At th end of
a year the eess could aot be told fro est
under a week old and after three years were
as sood as water-glass ens after four to sis
months." . . Grimmond, Benson Acres.
Omaha. Neb.. April 10. 1920.
KEEPS GOOD FOR JO MONTHS"! have
never used anythins that came up to En-O
Latum for keeoins eers. I sot a far in A.
suit. 1918. end th ens I rubbed with it are
till in excellent condition to use. 1 waa care
ful to turn the boxes as directed lip entil last
snrine. Since that time they have had no
turnior or care whatever. 1 consider it far
euperior to water slass. "-Liriie K. Denials.
Simeon. Neb. Beaver Lake R. R. April 2. 1920.
at most towns. If no dealer, order
extra charge. Handy as 'phoning.
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