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THE BEE: omaha, inunsiMY, OCTOBER 14 IMP.' V . .
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REAL ESTATH WlUTvn
W. G. SHRTVERR.BXE
io't-i Omaha N.t Bkd"T"iim
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VIB 1ln'ulr,, tor homes fio you wi
J" vr propsriyr 1.ISI U Witt v.
WILL pay cuh for desirable bulldtngIol
... vmr m viir pricea ngou AO
dress Box X-1SS. Omth. Bee,
your Boraa '" me o' " yo are
, . looKinv tor nouns see ma. Frank T
Fanowlch. m Pax ton BIk.
Want homes In colored neighborhood,
nonjamin Frankantwrg. Doug. 182
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
$2,900 2 Lots ,
AMOS GRANT CO,,
Piiur- H0. lia---8 Brandela Theater,
24 ACRES IMPROVED
Graham-Peters Realty Co..
. I2 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.. Omshs, Nab.
e.a. avertings, niinuiuvi.
WE HAVE an unusually well located ptecs
oi iracaaga at (tn ana Leavenworin,
llxltl, tracks on both sides. At right
price. Alfred Thomas, W First Nat'l
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
HAVE EASTERN COLORADO
"n LAND, WILL EXCHANGE
FOR STOCK MERCHANDISE
IN GOOD LOCATION. ACT
PROMPTLY. W. L QUIRK,
PATHFINDER HOTEL, FRE
fc-OR EXCHANGE SWJ4 of See. 24 and
? .v Ntt ot NWfc cf Sec. 25-108-41, Murray
county, Minn. Price, 7S.OO par acre.
Mortgage, 4l.tOO.CO at ( per cant. Want
: registered Herefrord caitls. Give full
particulars tn first latter. Address A.
C. Taylor, Harlowton, Mont
REAL ESTATE OTHER CITIES
Za itina l .k.u I.W ,AI1 ft rr-mA 1
ft- 7 -room house, barn. orchfcrd,' near towri
V ana acnooi, ouw csn. , 7
r W st
.REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
WAL8H-ELMER CO. Rsaltors. Real
Estate, Inreetment Insurance, Rant.
ala Tylsr His. Ill Securities Bids. -
real estate Suburban.
BENSON SNAP ..'
Frame and Kellastone .
Five-room, strictly modern bungalow,
narrow oak floors and flolah. Full ce
men ted basement, fumaca
i heat Lot 44s
let ft. Eouble Baraga.
-I1.00 cash. UtT N. f Oth SU Vols Is a
bargain at ,t00.
Payne & Carnaby Co
RBA1.TOR SERVICE, v
111 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douf. 1011.
$990 Cash$57.50 PerMo.
't. MUST SELL THiS
This wsk I will taka for my
quHy In rooms (and small child's
room), hot water heat, fireplace, quarter-sawed
oak' floors, south front, pav
ing paid for, nlca lot, tfixUt. Call Mr
Tolllvor, Tylor 1l WaU 13JT evenings.
Fop $750 down you can own your
r home lu Duitj-ee. Monthly payments,
V no mora that, tent. A new. all modern
horns finished first class. Call Wal.
Hit sverlngs or Douglas 7411 days for
description. Ask for Mr. Cola.
I ' A NEW', all modern, l-room bungalow,
situated In Dundee, for only 1,000 down,
,', balance - monthly: finished with best
' material; has tiled bath and kitchen
floors. Call Wal. 6412 evenings or Dg.
sstas' V T 4 laydays. Ask for Mr. Cole.
?i5-roon cottag on paved St., facing Coun
' try lub, floss to Rose-Hill school, east
front, fine garage, largo lot. Price .600.
Terma to suit. Call Mr. Browne. Tyler
FOR sale, direct from owner to purchaser,
(-room modern cottage, splendid condi
tion, lot 125x122, located at till Mormon
St., Florence. Doug. 1888. '
NETHAWAT. Suburban prop'ty. Cob 140.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
Ml Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 4880.
"The RecoUectioa of Quality Rsmaiiis
Lear After the Price is Forgotten."
GOODYEAR and CORNHUSKER
AUTO TIRES and TUBES
Bkyclea, Repairs, Accessories, Supplies,
Gunsmith, Locksmith, Phonograph
Repairing, Cutlery, Tools, Raxors,
' Vacuum Cleaners.
NOVELTY REPAIR CO,
Rosea Rswley, Prop,
4SO 5. Z4TH ST. TEL. S. 1404.
THE manufacturer of a
household appliance has deal
ers (department stores, "elec
tric shops, hardware and fur-i
nitare stores) who need sales-'
men trained to sell this-and
other appliances. We will
train men of good character
and place them to advantage
with our dealers. Actual work
in the field during the train
ing enables them to earn more
than n average salary. See
Mr. Jech at Granden Electri
cal Co., 1511 Howard, after"
.3 p. mv-
$500 By Buying My 1920 Model
; ; ' HUDSON x
Only bafsi titad four months
mui is g ol "Wy H
cortl, tiras, also one extra core,
a! bumpar. Sae me Ixmt it
at once. T '
. T. HEYDEN '
1614 Haraey -
Phone TyHr 50 : ?
Evenings. Walnut 262
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
MOVE RIGHT IN
' Beautiful new, strictly modern
5-room stucco bungalow; all the
latest features in the way of con
struction and finish. Oalc through
out; fireplace, tiled bath, all built-
in features; nicely decorated, beau
tiful fixtures, window shades. Wise
, furnace, full light, airy basement,
stairway to attic; a real home;
now vacant, immediate possession.
Price $8,500 on very reasonable
J. L. HI ATT CO.,
900 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 63.
YOUR CHOICE OF
TWO NEW HOMES. '
- Beautiful 5-room bungalow, Kela
stone exterior, finished throughout In
oak and white enamel, neatly dscoratad,
large attlo, full basement. Also dandy
8-room semi-bungalow, I bedrooms, oak
and white enamel finish. 11,600 to
18,000 down, balanoe 41ke rent, These
are new listings, first time offered. We
predict that they will go quickly. For
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
610 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas 1181
IMMEDIATE possession; a beauti
ful 5-room apartment, o-room effi
ciency; located in the fciwood;
close to car and school. Rental
$137.50 per month.
T T TTTAtnm nf V
tl . JJ. Xll A A A VV.,
900 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 63,
BLOCKS OF DUNDEE CAR LINE.
. MOVE RIGHT IN.
Four , rooms first floor, S rooms and
'sleeping porch Id floor, strictly .Modern,
- hardwood floors, dandy full lot. hedge
fence, choice location, cement basement,
A-l .furnace. PRICE OF HOME will
' please you. On account ot business af
fairs ownsr must sell. Doug, 1501.
Brown Realty Co., 211 Kennedy Bldg.
A FEW homes and lots for sale In Park
wood addition; a safe place for Invest
ment, Norrls A Norrls. Douglas 4178.
BRAND now bungalow, oak finish, beauti
ful decorations; reduced from 87,450 to
10,100; easy terms. Douglas 1714.
6- ROOM; bungalow, possession at once.
newly pslnted. Price 11,700: 1400 down,
135 a mrfnth. ' Douglas. 4128. .
BENSON METERS CO.. 424 On, Nat'L
IT'S A SNAP!
2408 NORTH 18TH
" . $7,000 .
If you will Inspect this property, you
will admit It Is good value for a home,
with an Investment possibility. The
corner Is 106x141. both streets paved
and paid for, with six-room modern
cottage with hot -water heat Large ga
rage for two or three ears. Owner going
to California and the price has Just been
reaucea sj.vuo ror quick sate. Arrange
with us xor inspection.
i GLOVER & SPAIN, v
Doug. 2850. J 118-10 City National,
Own Your Own Home
Dandy 5 .room bnngalow, all on one
floor, large attic, oak finish Interior,
nicely arranged, newly decorated, built
in bookcase and cupboard, full else press
brick basement Located 2718 Ames
Ave. Terms to good party. South front,
paved street. . .
( C. G. TTARLBERG,
S12 Brandets Theater Bldg. :
5-ROOM MODERN HOME WITH OA-
. raqe; extra nice lot. on thhj
Lavement, near countrt clob;
a IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. PRICE
85.609? 11.500 CASH WILL HANDLE.
BALANCE MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
617 MILITARY AVE. WALNUT 422T.
This, all modern home nes I rooms
and bath on 1st floor and 2 bedrooms
and store room on 2nd. It has a full
cement basemsnt with hot asd cold
water and olosedln coal bin. On large
lot (50x128). located just ohe.block from
car line and close to schools and
thurchcK Let us show you this bums.
R. F. J3LARY CO.,
5404 Ames Ave. Colfax 175 '
An all modern bungalow that Is priced
right Has : livtas; room, dining room,
bedroom and kitchen on 1st floor; 2 bed
rooms and bath on 2nd: full basement.
furnace heat. For further information,
call Colfax 1248 or Colfax 6214, evenings.
R. F. CLARY CO.,-
REALTORS. , '
404-0 Ames Ave. Colfax 175.
' 5 rooms snd bath, electric lights, large
lot (108x160) plenty of rrult trees; lor
full description and terms call Colfax
1243 or Colfax 5294.
R. F. CLARY CO.,
2404 Ames Ave. Colfax 171.
- CHOICE MINNE LUSA
Five rooms and bath, oak finish.
atrlctly modern, garage, choice south
front lot. s Quick possession. Pries.
$7,500. I . -
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
530 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas 2212.
Oak finish, fireplace, built-in features.
Fine basement and attic; economy fur
. 18th and Evans. Ownsr,
Am in the market to buy
either improved or unim
proved Omaha real estate,
Large or small propositions
considered. Won't .consider
nnless a bargain. State what
you have, 'also lowest priee
and terms in first letter. ,
R-54, Omaha Bee. " A
Buys Brand New
Five rooms, strictly modern,
til on one floor; oak finish;
oak floors in living room, and
dining room; built-in book'
cases; built-in kitchen cab
inet; two dandy keclrooms and
bath; full basement rfurnace
.heat; floor drain; nice lot
with trees. : ... -
This little home is beauts
fally decorated and has
shades and screens for every ;
window. Quick action is nec
essary. $500 down and the
balance like"enf Come to
day. 3377 Grand Street.
Take a Harney car to 83d and
Parker and walk a block and
a half north. '
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Cleveland Pays v
Homage to Its
Mayor and Citizens Plan
Many Entertainments and:
-Banquets In Hono of
Cleveland, 0 Oct 13. With the'
fifth city of the United States in the
matterof population probably defi
nitely assured of being the first city
of the base' ball universe for at least
12 months, Cleveland today settled
back to enjoyment of the world's
championship ' baare ball honors
brought here by Jim Dunn's Indians
when they defeated the Brooklyn
Dodgers,, 3 to 0, yesterday and cap
tured the annual classic of tbe pro
fessional diamond by: five games to
tWO. .' . :" -V;
Cleveland, 42 years a hanger-on
in professional base ball, but now
the Official home ; of the world
scries winners, turned its thoughts
today to devising new ways of show
ing appreciation of the prowess of
Although several watches, medals,
automobiles, loving cups and half
dozen floral wreaths of unusualsizc
have been presented to the winning
players by appreciative fans,' Cleve
land believes it has done little for
the American lefguers.
Hold- Welcome Tonight
The first of a series, of cslebra
tions will be held toniaht.and. ac
cording io plans, ' the wildness of
Cleveland throughout the past four
days over its club will be trirne and
dignified compared with , the joy to
Mayor . Fitzgerald has ' issued a
proclamation calling on all good
citizens within walking or,, riding
distance of this metropolis to be
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
PRICE ONLY $5,000.
. y Five rooms and bath, strictly modern.
Choice east front lot, desirably located
In Boulevard Park addition, just two.
blocks to Shsrman Ave. car; 11,600 will
handle, balance like rent.' Here la a
1 saw listing worth while.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
610 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas S282.
S44I WHITMOBE, a new 5-room modern
bungalow. Yours for 11,000 cash and
baL mo. Crelgfc, 108 B. Dg. 200.
MINNE LUSA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
S25Q cash, Johnson, web.
S. strictly modern, full basement.
its, garage, cement drive. CoU 4162.
T-ROOM, mod. home,, near car; 14,600-
I,., r i w..,.. jicn '
J. B. ROBINSON, real eatate and Invest-
xnent, 441 Bee Bldg. Douglas 6017.
Hera Is a fine opportunity for some
one to pick a real snap In a rental in
vestment. I cottages on Vinton near
10th, partly modern and In the line of
wonderful' development. The ground
alone Is worth the price at which yon
can purchase the whqle proposition.
Call ns for details, as you won't iplck
up a bargain Ilk this very often.'
V , realtors:
Douglas 48. 816-17 City Rational.
Hanscom Park Home ;
Look at this l-room modern house at
x 1711 8. 28th St. Living room, dining
Nroom. sunroom and kitchen. Four bed
rooms and large alseping porch. All oak
floora and finish. Double garage and
drive.- Close to school. A real bargain.
Creigh, Sons & Company,
Douglas zoo, 80S Bee Bldg.
WEST SIDEHANSCOM PARK
Dandy 6-roomi oak finished bungalow.
. Full cemented basement. Large ' east
front lot. Two blocks -to Windsor?
sBhooL Immediate possession. Price,
15,850; about half cash.
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
130 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas 2282
MU8T sell at
117 So. 41st
nee, (-room bungalow, 2
garage; on paved strest,
Pnone Harney zsib.
16-ROOM modern bouse and 12,000 worth
oi inrfiiiure, an xor siv.vuv. apieuaiu
location for boarders. Dong. 4641.
Amos Grant Company
This house consists of .six rooms,
two-story plan, modern plumbing,
. nice light fixtures, guaranteed fur-
nap, full r.m.ntrl h3ctrtjtit
asking $500 down, but we might
arrange as low as $300 down, $35
or ?40 per month.
j. splendid eight-roon houselot
cated on corner lot-, with paving
panl, is modern throughout with
oak floors upstairs and down,
regular homelike place. On easy
A seven-room, story and half
plan house, furnace, electric lights,
cemented basement, oak floors
Another good house of the later
type of construction with good
sized lot, located on paved street,
near the Clairmont addition, terms.
$5,000- . n
Eight-room hcnlse. oartlvumod.
ern, big garage and three lots,, one
of which is set out in fruit: ask
ing only $750 down and $35 per
AMOS GRANT CO.. "
Doug.. 8380. 330-2-4-6-8 Brandcis
Theater Bldg.- . , ,
V MINNE LUSA . .
; . $1,000 DOWN ; '
" l-room strictly modern' bungalow all
en one floor; large living room, dlnlnir
room with built-in buffet; 2 dandy bed
rooms and oath with base tub, concrete
floor, kitchen having one-piece' sink and
built-in feature; oak floora throughout;
oak finish In the living room anrt-dln-
inr. Z1m: sdroirms. bath and kltchM
finished u 'White enamel;, full cement'
basement, furnace heat;' .dandy vjot on
paved atreet. Price 14,800. , .. v
Payne Investment C.V?
117 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. Douglstj 178L
Sunday Call Colfax 222T. . -
Move into a new homel and pay
for it like reat & rooms,' oak and
white enamel finish, small cash'
payment, will handle. '
' Call ,Mr. Bijby, Walnut 2378,
evenings. jpr Dougla242cV days.
dNLT 1500 CASH, ' "
and batancs like rent will buy tills brand
new l-room home for you. Strictly
modern, oak and enamel finish. Call
wiiast iih ror ae tails.
real estate; 16u Bee Bldg., Douglas 111.
Omaha Women Loath
?To Register, Claims
County Chairman Ure
Women are not taking advantage
of their pTlvilege to vote as they
should, according to W. G. Ure,
chairman of the republican county
. Reanstration in the first, fourth and
sixth, wards show that only 27 per
cent of the republican voters regis
tered 4hus, far are women, while
only 25.5 per cent of the democratic
voters registered are women, accord
ing .to statistics secured ' by Mr.
There are 5,471 men and 1,996
women registered as republicans and
4,093 men and 1,404 women regis
tered as . democrats . in v these three
wards; according to" these statistics.
present tonight at Wade parkland
pay official homage and tribute to
Tris Speaker and his tribe. High
officials of the city""will be present
to explain Uo the Indians in detail
just how proud Cleveland is of
them. . : '
An official dinner for the players,
wjth' the city officials as hosts and
everyone in the blue, book as guests,
is another affair which probably will
take place- in a day. or two. Then
there is7 the matter of presents for
all the players and possibly a parade.
Wbtn the players go home they
probably will be honored further, for
Sandusky, O., already is arranging
a. big homecoming for Elmer Smith.
Cleveland in Furore.
'From the time littje JoeSewell
made his wonderful stop of Konet-
chy's 1 grounder, ending lhe series,
and Tris Speaker climbed into the
stands to kiss his gray-haired mother
Cleveland has been in a furore. The
name of every player is on the lips
of every fan, but standing out above
all ate Tris Speaker, Stanley Coveli
eskie, Elmer Smith, Bill Wambs
ganssGeorge Burns,, Walter Mails,
Tim Bairbv and Steve O'Neill, the
men whose individual feats brought
the championship here.
"Cleveland's superiority over the
National leaguers was evident in the
series, for the American league
champions outhit, outfielded, out
played and out-guessed their senior
circuit rivals. ,
Take Guards' Guns;
vTw6 Prisoners Hurt
Baltimore Oct U. Two prison-
ers, armed with pi&tols taken trom
bveroowered euartfs. atf emptea to
stampede the convicts at Maryland
penitentiary into a general riot ma
, No one escaped and the twemen
David Bender, sentenced for mur
der, and Tames C. Evans, sentenced
ffor robbery who started the trouble,
surrendered to Marshal Carter, atter
they had held the penitentiary
guards at bay for nearly, an hour.
Either in the wild shooting with
which Bender and Evans1 tried to
stampede the other prisoners, or dur
ing the exchange of shots between
the guards and the two rioters, two
other prisoners were shot -Tftey
Carlyle Webster,' . murderer; hit
twice in arm. ' .
Anthony Cugino, shot in little lin
The three guards from whom Ben
der and Evans took the pistols" were
cut and bruised in scijffles with the
Over Ash-Hauling Bill
City Commissioners Ure and Towl
clashed in council meeting yester
day over the payment of $270 to
F. L. Busche for hauling ashes to
Eighteenth and Dodge streets. ,
Commissioner Towl recommended
the amount be paid-from miscellane
ous fund. The hauling of the ashes
was ' necessary to open the street
during Ak-Sar-Ben, he declared.
"There is a fund provided ior that
expense and it is not the miscellane
ous fund,", retorted Commissioner
Method of payment of the claim
was referred to the next meeting of
the committee of the whole. J
Plan Missouri River Dam
Near Geddes, South Dakota
Geddes, S. D., Oct. 13.-KSpecial.)
A convention of -leading citizens
from this section of South Dakota
will be held here Thursday night to
back a big power dam project across
the Missouri river at the Mulehead
ranch site near Geddej. Commercial
clubs of Platte, Wagner, Lake An
des, Dante, Ravinia, Armour add
other towns will have delegations
present Speakers who have imrae a
close study of the proposition have
been asked tp address the meeting.
A large delegation from Winner,
Dallas, Gregory, Bonesteel and oth
er towns west of the' river will also
Packers Attack Proposed
Increase in Demurrage
Washington,- Oct. 13. Railroad
proposals to increase demurrage
charges on freight cats detained by
shippers were attacked by the in
stitute of American Meat Packers
in a brief filed with the Interstate!
uommerce commission, where the
question is pending. The packers
asserted that much of the delay in
moving freight equipment was due
to, the railways. themselves, that in
crease in demurrage charges would
not necessarily increase -the efficiency
operation, and would penalize the
snippers . unnecessarily
Sharp. Reduction Announced
v By Chicago Coal Dealers
Chicago, Oct. 13. Reductions'
ranging from $2 to $3 a ton were
reported by several Chicago coal
dealers. Only Illinois bituminous
coal was affected by the drop. The
cutis attributed to the fight against
high prices. Coal that has been sell
me wholesale for $7 and $8 a ton
is now quoted at $5 and $5.50.
. . . . .
Man Cleared on Charge of
Using Saccharine in Pod
Geneva, Neb. Oct. 12AfSoecial.l
j. merce has been cleared oi
the f harge of using saccharine in the
manuracture ot pop here. A state
food inspector brought the case into
coujKy court yesterday. Mr. Pierce
proved thepop examined belonged
:o anotner party and was not a prod
uct of his factory.
Mexican . Agent s
To U. S. Accused
' : " :
Representative Asked to Ex
plain Assumption, of Au
thority in Seeking Recogni
tion of His Country.
Chicago Triboae-Omsha Bee Leased Wire.
Washington, Oct 13. Roberto V.
Pesqueria, federal agent of the. Mex
ican government In , New York; was
put on the defensive v immediately
upon hfs arrival in Mexico City, be
cause of his efforts to supersede
Fernando Iglesias - Calderon in ar
riving with the State department at
an. understanding looking toward
the recognition ' of Mexico by the
United States, according to advices
from Mexico Cily today.
So strong is the feeling against
Pesqueria for what is called "med
dling" in the affairs of state in both
official and unofficial circles, that
there is talk of sending Dr. Alfredo
Caturegli to New York as financial
agent in Pesqueria's place,' Dr.
Caturegli was in New York under
President Carranza, but since the
overthrow of the Carranza regime
he has subscribed to the new ad
ministration of affairs' i in bis native
-sAuacked U. S. Newspapers.
Pesqueria, on hrs arrival in Mex
ico, lairached an attack upon a the
American newspapers and especially
the Washington correspondents for,
as ne terms it, "giving him the worst
of it," in, respect to his interview
with Undersecretary of State Davis
over the heed of the accredited am
bassador, Don Fernando Iglesias
He" was immediately called upon
to explain his assumption of author
ity ipL seeking to secure recognition
for 'Mexico- through . diplomatic
channels when he was without dip
lomatic standing and when all nego
tiations had been entrusted to
Pesqueria was accompanied to
Mexico by Robert Hammond Mur
ray, a former American newspaper
man, who lived for many years in
Mexico and , who was considered a
member of the entourage of Presi
dent Porfirio Diaz and later asso
ciated With Madero and Carranza,
ahd Zach Cobb of Texas, v former
collector. of (he port of El Paso.
Efforts were, made by the three to
meet President-elect Obregon when
he passed through El Paso, it is
said, bpt this plan mis. arried be
cause Obregon elected not to remain
in the Texas city, but proceeded-to
Arizona points, declining to make
appointments for Interviews of any
sort at El Paso.
Joined George Creet
Pesqueria, Murray and Cobb,
joined George Creel, former chief of
the committee of public intormation,
of which Murray was the Mexico
City representative, on the border,
where Creel alone had failed to ob
tain an interview with Obregon.
Creel, when his identity became
known, gave out that he was going
to Mexico to secure material for
publicity purposes, but ic is under
stood among officials here that he is
associated with Pesqueria and his en
tourage of Americans in th en
deavori to secure recognition first
and then' a substantial loan to put
Mexico on her feet financially.
Friends of the Americans who are
y : . :
Bowery Curb Trade x
In Bootleg Booze to be
Probed by U.S. Men
N New York, Oct 13.-Frank L.
.Boyd, supervising prohibition en
forcement agent for New York,
state, has received orders from fed
eral headquarters in "Washington
to investigate the reports of the
existent of a "curb. market" in
contraband liquor in the Bowery,'
it was learned today.
Within a short distance from po
lice ' headquarters large transac
tions, in liquor are said to have
1 been made. The market is: said
to be open from late evening until
the early morning hours.
with Pesqueria said that as soon
as they could get in touch w.'th
Obregon they would tie able to as
Sure the United States government
uthoricies that Mexico would meet
the, requirements laid .down br this
country as precedents to recogni
tion They also said that the Pes-queria-Murray-Cobb-CreeL
tion has arranged with New York
financiers to loan Mexico all the
money needed to refund the na
tional debt and to further important
public works that are deemed neces
sary for the advancement! of Mex
ico. Methodist Church Closes
Revival Meet at Ogallala
Ogallala, Neb., Oct 13. (Special.)
A three weeks revival in the Metho
dist church closed here Sunday night
the church. 'Evangelist Carnsau of
Minden and-Singer Helen C. Laffl
Minden and Singer Helen C. Lau
berlain, conducted the meeting. They
begin another' meeting at Randolph
this week. v . f
Beats Gasoline, at
15 Centr a Gallon
New - Invention Rt takes Fords
Run 34 Miles on Gallon of
. Gsaeolirie and Start Easy in
Coldest . Weather. Other
Cars Show Proportionate
X saw carburetor which eats down gaso
line eonsamption ot any motor, including
the Ford, and redvees gasollns bills from
one-third to one-haf Is the proud achieve
ment of the Air-Friction Carburetor Co.,
411 Madison St, Dayton, Ohio. . This re
marxabla invention Hot only increases the
power of all motors from St to 50 per cent,
but enables svsryone to run slow on high
gear. , It alao Tnekes it easy to start a
Ford or any ., other car in the coldest
weather without previously warming the
motor. With it you can ; use ' the very
ebeapest grade of gaso)tne or half gaso
line and half kerosene and still fet more
power and more mileage than yon now
get from the highest test gasoline. Many
Ford owners say , they now get as high
as 45 to SO miles1 to a gallon of gasoline.
So ear are the maanfaeturers of the lm
mense saving thsir new carburetor 'will
make that they offer to send it on SO
days trial to every ear owner. As it
saa be put on. or taken off in a few
minutes by anyone, all readers who want
to-try It should send their name, "kddress
and make of ear to thf mjanaiactarers
at once. TJiey also want laeaf agents,
to whom' they offer sxceptlonally large
profits. Write them today.
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More than 15,000 changes have been made
s in the numbers Usted ui the October telephone ,
directory, which is now being delivered. '
All the former two and three-figure num
bers have been prefixed with ciphers, -as for
example, Harney 90 is now Harney 0090. To cct
this number, for example, you should call '
"Harney oh-oh-nine-oh." I
'All former one-figure numbers have been
changed entirely to four-figure numbers
These changes have had to be made to pre
pare for the installation of automatic service in
the downtown djstnet: At that tune all num
bers must contain four, figures.
And a large number of other changes in
numbers has .been necessary -in all the central
olfices because of moves jmd new installations.
Your co-operation in looking up every num
ber .before you make a call, will assist us ma-'
terially in our furnishing-you satisfactory tele-.
: phone servifte.
tlEBRASKA TELEPHONE COMPAm ,
Over Coal Mine Case
Chleaga Trtksae-Omaha Baa I ssssl Wire,
. Lafyyette, Ind., Oct 13. Declar
ing that restrictions placed by At
torney General A. Mitchell Palmer
on the government's prosecution of
the conspiracyscaae against the coal
mine operators and United Mine
Workers had "cut the heart out of
the case," .Dan W.- Simms of this
city, assistant to the attorney gener
al, has resigned, Announcement of
his withdrawal from the case was
made todayt although Mr. Simms
forwarded his letter of resignation to
Mr. Palmer October 4.
The charge against the miners Snd
operators is that of conspiring to
violate the Lever act and Mr.
Simms expressed the opinion that the
government had every reason to ex
pect a conviction if the prosecution
were conducted as it should be. He
said that the attorney general's limi
tation would shut out all. the evi
dence of the conspiracy, as it was
that evidence which led to the in
dictment of the operators and min-
Dry Agents ' Arrest 40.
Steubenville, O., Oct 13. Federal
and county officers armed' with
search warrants, raided 33 business
establishments and residences, con
fiscated much liquor, and arrested
40 persons who were charged with
violation of the prohibition laws.
Opens October 11, 1920
7:30 P.M. -
FREE COURSES IN
Chamlstry . . x v
Drawing -Meehaaical , '
Other subjects when a sufficient number register. Registrar ,
tiea Room I. Phone South 2321.
. Classes will meet on Monday, Wednesdaj and Thursday evo
nings. You are urged to register this week, if possible, bat
you may enter on any evening during the term. 1
Omaha Attorney Is Named on
Elks Credentials Committee.
. John C. Barrett, attorney and for.
mer exalted ruler of the local lodgi
of Elkf, has been made a member of
the credentials committee of the na
tional order, according to notifica
tion just received from Grand Ex
alted Ruler William Abbott.
This is one of the big honors, ol
Elkdom, as the credentials commit
tee is one of the mjor committees
of the order.
These chilly mornings
fou should fire up a
ittle With good -
The Kind you Get Fleas tha
& COAL CO.
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