Newspaper Page Text
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1914.
REAL ESTATE. ACREAGE KOH SALE, It is Acres You Should Invest in Now aqd got the biggest advance in Acreage will advance faster than any the near future. We nre offering tho best ' Benson Acres and Richland Acres A , uur latest acreage addition laid out K.ICIII3.IIQ A f! Y P S lnto tw. three- four and Hve-aere tracts, ivimunu XJ.VsX adJommg Keystone Faik on tho north west, only a short distance from Benson. The richest land over offered for sale, close to paved roads, many fine homes near by. You must act quick If you want any of4 these choice acreage tracts. The prices are low from $300 to $450 an acre, on easy terms. TP) A . laid out Into aero tracts. Tho best close-In acre IjPnSOn AfVTfiS tracts; adjoins Benson on tho northwest. Tho Mlll jiAvJvyx j. ivi tftry runs through part ot th0 addition. High, sightly cround, close to car line. Prices, $4(0 .to $600 an acre on terms of $10 cash, $10 a month on one acre, or $20 down, $15 a month on two acres. Bonson ncres and Itlchland Acres aro the two best acre tracts offered for sale today. Fine for In vestment, present or future home. Make your start now because you will never buy acres near Omaha cheaper than you can now. Will be pleased to take you out any time. Hastings & 1614 HARNEY ST. ' HEAL ESTATE. CITY rnOl'ERTY FOIl SALE. Bungalows in LAURELTON $3,400 . . $3,750 $3,850 We have three splendid bungalows in Laurelton addition. They are tho beat built and best planned houses on the market. Oak finish and oak floors,, built in buffet and bookcases, decorated walls, electric lights and gas, fine fixtures, screens for all windows and doom, shades for all windows, cement walks, sodded yards, In fact, everything ypu want in a .bungalow. Two ot them have the entire attic finished In one large room with ton windows. The woodwork Is beauti fully finished and the floors are oak. All rooms good size and the lots are large. ' Come out today and look them over. Buy Where Others Are Buying We. bought Laurelton a year ago today. All of tho lota are sold and there are houses on one-halt of them. Charles W. Martin ' & Co. "742 Omaha Nat. Bank. Tyler 187 " Bungalow Beauty A home anyone could be nroud of. con sisting of flvo rooms and. bath; brand new; strictly modern; large, living room, with real press brick fireplace; French doors between living roomtfand den (or bedroom), tastily arranged dining room; nice, sized bedroom; very convenient kitchen,, with two built-in cupboards: finish in living room, dining room and den in rich golden oak. Fine attic and basement Full south front lot on paved street. Price $3, COO; easy terms. SCOTT & HILL CO., Douglas 1009. 306-8 McCague Bldg. BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN HOME MUST BE SOLD. 15 acres nice level land, about 3 blocks south of Center on 60th St.; 8-room, strictly modern house, modern through out, commanding view of the city and surrounding country. Lots ot fruit and shrubbery. There are too many good features connected with this property to enumerate In this ad; would prefer to tell you about them. 0 'NEIL'S R. E. & INS. AG'Y, 1505 FARNAM STREET. Phone Tyler 1021. STONE BUNGALOW located In one of the best neighbor hoods of the city; reception hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, two bed rocms, bath, pantry, linen closet, stair way to floored attic, bopk case, beamed tilling in dining room, elegant fixtures, corrent basement, furnace, strictly mod ern, storm sash and screens, close to car line, house year and half old. Price $4,000, will give liberal terms. C. G. CARLBERG, 310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg. Best $3,000 Bungalow in Bemis Park District This Is a very cozy homelike bungalow on the N. E, corner of 35th and Franklin Sts., with good sized lot, running clear back to alley; pretty lawn, fruit and garden. Bungalow Is nearly new, 6 rooms, beautifully decorated; floors and wood work newly finished: handsome electric and gas fixtures; sanitary plumbing, per fect furnare; front and rear vestibules; large screened-ln porch, largo closets; ?rade entrance to cemented basement; In act, everything strictly modern. You can't find the equal to this bungalow for $3,000 In any growing district. Reasona ble cash payment, balance like rent Payne & Slater Co. 616 Omaha National Bank Bldg, $700 Lot PAVED STREET-WALKING DIST ANCE. Only $10 cash, $10 a month, on grade, cement sidewalks, water, gas and sewer In street Less than 15 minutes' walk downtown. HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St $1,300 3-room cottage and small kitchen and pantry, gas, city water, large lot, fenced chicken tight, and chicken house; some fruit trees, two blocks to 24th St car, r.ear Miller Park and new school. In vestigate this snap. 0. G. CARLBERG, $10-312 Brandels Theater Bldg. Some Bargain! 3157 Meredith $2,375. Five rooms, all modern but furnace, nice, attractive cottage, close to car line and school. Nonresident owner, HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St A BARGAIN in Dundee if taken at once, a 9-room modern house. For terms, etc., phone Harney 601. REAL ESTATE. ACREAGE FOIl SALE. price in the near future. other property In or near Omaha In values In Heyden HEAL ESTATE. CITY I'llUl'KHTl. FOIl SALE. A Lady Said "The most beautiful arrangement I ever saw." She referred to tho Iioubb at 4919 Burt St. This house has large living room, dining room, kitchen, pantry, rear vestibule; three bedVooms upstairs and sleeping porch or sun parlor enclosed, so that ltcan be used for n bedroom-heated. Downstairs finished in oak; upstairs has oak floors and two-panel birch doors. Large attic; full basement with fruit cel lar and coalblns. Has beautiful sand fin ish walls decorated with oil paint. House complete with shades, screens and water meter; paved street. Price $4,760. HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney' St. HEAL ESTATE. FARM ft RANCH LANDS FOR SALE Calif urnla. LAND In the South San Joaquin Irri gation district at low prices, both im proved and unimproved for prices that are astonishingly low. It you are looking for good land and low prices, and honest dealings, write to a man that has farmed all his lite and knows land when he see It My prices and booklet on California land, FREE. ANDREW KERN, ES CALON. CAL. Illinois. FOR SALE Choice Illinois Imp. farms, near Chicago; bargains all of them; 200 acres, $110; 225 acres, $7S; 60 acres. $100; 0 acres, $125; SOO acres, $80; 160 acres, $80; 120 and 240 for $160. Many others, any size, from $70 to $330 per acre. C. W. Mills. 9 South La Salle SL. Chicago. 111. Iorra. EXCEPTIONALLY WELL IMPROVED 220-acro farm, choice land, located In Pottawattamie county, Iowa, 30 miles cast ot Council Bluffs. If In market for real farm, don't overlook this. Address T. C 2321 Harney. aztwauurf. FARMS foe sale: $5 down, $5 monthly, buys 40 acres good timber land near town, Texas county. Mo.; price, $200; per fect title, J. B. Jarrell. Mt. Vernon. 111. Minnesota. Minnesota Farm Lands From $15 to $75 per acre. Aro the equal of any in the United States that are selling from $150 to $300 per acre. These lands can be bought on easy terms. Minnesota's 1913 corn crop, 40 bushels per acre, stands first of all states in the union. BEND FOR SPECIAL PAGE OP MINNESOTA FARM BARGAINS, Published in the MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL, Minneapolis, Minn., March 29 to April 4. A 2c stamp will bring It. NICE 360 acre Improved farm, 20 miles from Minneapolis; part under cultiva tion; can practically all bo farmed; eight room house; barn, granary, corn cribs, wind mill, etc.; Lays level; will produce good crops of corn, oats, clover, etc.; telephone and R. F. D. pass buildings; ono mile to railroad station; good roads; 20 fresh milk cows, worth $70 apiece; 6 horses, complete bet farm machinery can go with farm; price for everything, $37.60 per acre, or will sell farm without per sonal property at $39 per Acre; one-half cash. SCHWAB BROS., 1CCS Plymouth Bldb. Minneapolis. Minn. $10 DOWN. $5 MONTHLY buys farms near Duluth, Minn. Price $10 per acre. Somo Umber', some open; lO.OOOlacre selec tion. Freo maps. L. T. Feiland, 623 Pal ace Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn. FOR SALE 3WJ acre. Fair buildings. 300 acres under cultivation, more can be plowed, balance meadow and pasture. All good, level ia:td. 1H miles from Lake Crystal, Minn. $100 per acre, $1,000 down now, $5,000 March 1, 1915, carry back $20,460. payable $500 per year with Inter est at per cent and take stock of hard ware and Implements for tho balance, or clear wild, prairie land. Agents wanted. Morehart-Atchlson Land Co., Mankato. Minn. ' Montana. E0 MILES west of Billings on Great Northern railway, pry land. Irrigated land, land for the big buyer on good terms, land for the small buyer on good terms. Land I Land 1 1 Landlll In qulre E. C. Dunlap. Franklin. Mont Nebraska. fOUND J20-acro nomestead In settled neighborhood; fine farm land: not sand hills; cost you $200, filing tees and all. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb. DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK that Hungerford of Crawford MUST HAVE GOOD QUALITY OF SOIL and actual merit behind him or he could not keep up and continue to advertise Dawes county, "The Land of Independence," "The Garden Beyond the Sand Hills," the way he does, year after ycarT He Is bigger today than he was five years ago; ho Is bigger today than he was last year; his country Is better because it is more settled up than it was then. He has REAL SOIL, REAL MERIT behind him and that spells the SUCCESS ot many men. Write for his book of description and prices ot his great highly adver tised and much-lauded country. He can sell you places unimproved or Improved and ready to move on to at once. He has a few MOST EXCELLENT, ready-to-occupy farms that you can buy today and move on tomorrow why hold out on yourself and family any longer? haven't you been a fool long enough? ,Just ad dress Hungerford, Crawford. Neb , and you needn't worry he'll get It and, you will get yours TEAR THIS OUT. WRITE TODAY. HEAL ESTATE. FAIt.M & RANCH LANDS FOR SAI.K Mlcellnneons. IMPROVED farms In Minnesota, and N. Dakota; $26 per aero; small payment down; balance on long time, write for list. Berktns, 306 Newton Bldg.. St. Paul, Minn. Texas Tl MILES SOUTH OP HOUSTON In the valley of the San Bernard and Caney Creek. We are selling the moat fertile lands on the gulf coast of Texas. Our lands do not overflow. Come buy a home while land Is cheap. For further Information call or write J. P. Sallce, Sweeney, Brazoria county. Texas. South Dakota, FOR BALE Bargain. ICO acres. South Dakota; 24 miles from town, 30 miles from capital: main line C. ft N. W. Ity. W. F. Gruy. 6S4T Superior St.. Chicago, 111. Wisconsin. 250-ACRE Burnett county, Wisconsin, farm; good soil; house, new barn 40xflrt, silo and other buildings; ftno spring stream runs through land; on mnl) route and telephone; about 65 acres under cul tivation; can practically nil be farmed; good soli; price, $7,000; $3,600 cash, balance can stand five or ten years, 6 per cent; flno stock farm. SCHWAB mios. 102S Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn. Upper Wisconsin Best dairy and general crop state In the union. Settlers wanted. Lands to sale at low prices on easy terms. Ask for booklet 34, on Wisconsin Central Land Grant. State acres wanted. Write about our grazing lands. If Interested In fruit landes ask for booklet on apple orchards In Wisconsin. Address Land Dept., Soo Line Ky.. Minneapolis. 11 Inn. FARMS WANTED. 1 WISH to purchase some good farm land and will nut In my city property. valued at $5,000, on a good farm. Address h z&i. care uee. COR SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E. Exchange Owners would consider ood vacant lot or small cottiiKe. unencumbered or auto mobile as part payment on tho follow ing properties, most y new: Flvo room cottage, new, modern ex cept neat, well bunt , goou location. Price $2,800. Six rooms house, not new, but In good repair; strictly modern; near Field club and Hanscom Park. Price $3,300. Two brand new dwellings of six rooms. bath and sleoplng porch, built by day labor; one has fireplace, the other built in buffet. Both have many attractive iieaiurcs. uniy one oiock irom iianacom Park. ueautiruny loeatea. rrlco $5,000 cacn. Elegant now two-story dwellings of six rooms and sleeping porch, In Dundee; cholco location: fire Place, built-in book cases; large living room across front of houses. Price $5,500. These aro not trading prices, but are regular selling prices. We have other properties would consider exchanging, If these do not suit. SCOTT & HILL CO., Douglas lOOJ. 30C-8 McCague Bldg. SO ACRES of Wvomlntr Irrigated land rm railroad and adjoining town; 65 acres In alfalfa and fifteen acres In natlvo hay, with perfect water rights, at $150 per acre, win consider email umana prop erty us part payment, but must be worth the prico asked, as my land Is priced for casn; uaiance on easy terms. Address a Z23. care Bee. CHOICE Elxnorn valley farms for sale or trade. Address R. E. Duvall. No- Ilgh, Neb. REAL ESTATE IOAN8. HARRISON & MORTON, 916 Om. Nat (100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D, Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnara. 6 " no-312 Brandels Tneater mug. FIVE per cent farm loans. Optional pay ments and annual interest WM. MC CORMICK, 1201 Farnam. WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co. GARVIN BROS. WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam. CITY and farm loans, 5. 6V4. 4 per cent J. H. Dumont & Co., 1603 Farnam Omaha. MONEY on hand for city and farm loans. n. w. Binder. City Nat. Bk. Bldg. CITY property. Large loans a specialty; y. n. inainna, oiaie uanK jjiag. OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. O'KEEFK REAL. ESTATE CO.. 1010 Omaha Nat Douglas 2715. OFFERED FOR SALE. Farnltare. Now & 2d-hand turnlt'e, cash or terms, icawjiwuiB. jviimr. ,1 urn. uo.. n. loin. FURNITURE of 5-room flat good condl nun; win saennce. .Douglas kw. wanted iu nor. SLIGHTLY used high grade piano. W.372H SMALL confectionery or grocery In col oreu neignDornooa. Aggress u 466, Bee. CASH paid for western South Dakota itiuuo, ueiuuucu naie comracis or more wnvan KT ll.T.. I I . -. n ABARGA1N In an Improved farm within iu nines ul uiukho. Aauress A 214, ct;.v. WANTED TO RENT. Cottages, Houses and Flats Wft Cannot fill thA flemnnrl wa am hnv. ins for good cottages, houses and flats, and if you have a vacant house we can secure you a desirable tenant. Call us and we will be very glad to Inspect your property and arrange with you regarding tho renting of It, and we cannot see any reason why your house should be va cant when we cannot supply the demand at our office. HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St. 4 LIVE STOCK MARKET' OF WEST SHIP live stock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion. Live Stoalc Cuuitniailuu Merchant. MARTIN BROS & CO.. Exchange Bldg. SWAPPERS' COLUJIN I HAVE A B FLAT CORNET, "LIS Fevre" make; original value, $75. Will trade for Underwood or Royal typewriter. Address S. C. 614. Bee. HAVE A PRINTOGRAPH MACHINE for multiple letter work; prints through ribbon like typewriter; can use ordinary printers' type, and cuts, also; electrlo motor and hand power; cost $335. Will trade tor cheup lot or land, or will con sider any kind of a reasonable offer. Ad dress S. C. GSE, Bee. H0-ACRE RICH, riLAUK FARM LAND In eastern Nebraska: price, $30,000; want (20,000 to $000 general mdse. stock, with out building. Address a. C. 611, Omaha Beo. TYPEWRITER DESK AND CHAIR wanted In exchange lor tour new and crated, upto-date washing machines. Ad dress a. C. IU. Bee. i HAVE BULL PUP 1 YEAR OLD, white, thoroughbred bull, good and sound; fine watchdog. Will exchange for bicycle In good tondltlon. 6. C. UO, Bee. TWO LOTS, NOS. 169 AND 1C0 KEN wood Addition, SSth and Evans St. un encumbered. Will trade as part payment on small modern cottage or bungalow In north part of city. Might consider trad for small automobile, or would take irood motorcycle as part payment Address b. v. Kit uen. GOOD FOUR-PASSENGER INTERNA tlonal auto to exchange for good build ing lot or lots In Omaha; value $760. Ad dress S. -C. 675. Omaha Bee. SOFT COAL BURNER AND GASOLINE range; will trade for chickens or any thing. Make offer. Address $. C 013, Bee. SWAPPERS' COLUMN TWO CLEAR LOTS-P1KRRK, 8. D. Good abstract. Pile. $1,000 Want etn. rodse. or auto. Qood abstract and war- ranty deed. 8. C. 66S, Bee. WANTED-KLUCTR1C FIXTURES AND painting In exchange for tailoring. Ad dross a. C. 60S, Bee. HAVE 110 ACRES OF BEST FRUIT ana vegetable land adjoining town la East Texas: will trade for some aood. clear land In eastern Nebraska or Iowa, or cash. Address B. C. 008, Bee, HAVE A FIRST CLASS UHOl'KltY DO- lne a strictly t-ash business, which I wish to exchange for a property, houto hav- lnir seven rooms and on modern con veniences. Must bo clear. Address, s. c. cno. Bee. SINGLE REATED UUUBKR T til ED payment on good E-pasaengcr automobile or cash. Address 8. C. 613, care Bee. I OWN 320 ACRES FINK QUAKING land hlnrk noil, flnn vrntn. fenced. Lv- man county, South Dakota; hot far to R. R. town, which Is county sent. Price, $15.00 per acre. Will exchange for grocery storo or stock of goods In small town, or lncomo property, or mnko offer. S. C, 639. HAVE KIMBALL PIANO; TRADE FOR .1lBtr4t.l Imren n virl HlllrV . OtltlltV 111 house, or what have you to effort S. C, taio. HAVE CLEAR LOT. GOOD SO. DAK. town: ..scrhnniro for IllalU). horso, auto or what can you offer? S. C, 40W. 3 DANDY C-ROOM COTTAGES ALL rented, first-class condition, on paved street; will exchange 1 or 3 for good stock goods In or out of Omaha. Prico, $i,000; mtg., $2,300. S. C, aw. INTERNATIONAL TRUCK TO TRADE for anything of equal vniuo. Auurcsa B. C. CIS, Bee. ONE FIFTEEN - LIGHT ACETYLKNlfi. What have you7 Address o. - ILVVE 6-IIOOM MODERN COTTAGE - . , . , (..... A.i .1 1 H nn . on pveu Biii-ui. iiiii.-vi"... " - well rented to good tenant. Has loan on .nrc will n.t...inn iVftVI rnllltv for grocery, vacant lots, acreage or dia monds. luaKo oner, o. v.. . Bee. LET ME FURNISH THE PAINT AMU paint that old house. I can mako It look llko new. Am first-class painter and will do any kind of painting you may have and will take Iu exchange anything T ran nan illnnmnds. horse and wagon. auto, lot, groceries, tailor-made clotnes, or what have you? Will exchango 100 gallons shingle stain, all colors. B. C. 636, Bee. . WHAT HAVE YOU TO SWAP FOR good vacant property. In the best part of the city? Tell mo quick. Address 8. C. 667, care Bee. I HAVE A GOOD LOT IN A GROWING part of tho city which I will swap for a good "Ford" or some other good auto. Address S. C. 654, care Hee SEVERAL GOOD VACANT LOTS TO swap for Income property. What havo you? Lot mo hear from you. Address H. u. 67S, care ueo.- HAVE A FINE BUILDING LOT THAT I will Bwap for n Hupmobllo. Must bo In good repair. Address 8. C UH2, Bee.' I HAVE A 8x10 TENT. BLUE AND white stripe, heavy canvas, just mo (hlnir fnr fnim nnil carnivals: cost J22.W: as good as new. WJiat have youV Make an offer. S. u. 6J7, uee. WILL EXCHANGE CARPENTER work for cow or lot or win wont oy day. 8. C. 635. Bee WORK HORSES WANTED IN Ex change for good ICO-acre land at cash value; all or part; balanco, it any, terms. Address B. C. 610, Bee. FIRST CLASS PAINTER AND PAPER hanger, will swap painting and paper ing tor coal, groceries, building material. or anything I can use, s. c. rea. I HAVE 20 ACREb BEST BOIL IN Texas, near gulf, 2V4 miles from nobs town; unimproved. Price $1,200. mtg. $300. Cabbage In field near there sold for $100 per aero this spring. Delightful climate. Cm 1 v Y. n i' n fA. l-lnflt lntH flT 1813 automoDlie. Aoaress o. mi. j". MUST BELL OR TRADE MY 8TENO type and Monarch visible typewriter. Both good, as new. Cost $100 each. What will you give met tuurw o. wn SMALL GAS ENGINE, LIKE NEW, TO trade tor wnat r o. . AUTO TO TRADE FOR A CLEAR LOT. Address a. i;. mo. xeo, BLUE RIBBON WASHING MACHINE; will trade for anything. Address S. U 647. Bee. BAKERY FIXTURES COMPLETE FOR $225. or what havo you to offer7 S. c 14. Bee. ONE OR TWO LOTS CLEAR IN GOOC town South Dakota; price, cash, iza each, or exchange for good one-karat dla- mona ring. Aourwa a. v.. w $1,000 EQUITY IN SOUTH DAKOTA income u ucnauiis . cumbrance ot only $a. Address a C bib, isee mun ttt MmW MfltlEnM HOUSES In Omaha to exchango for stock pf men a shoes or ciear icxus muu. uiu-w $6,000. 8. C. 017. Bee. ...Tnti-mimAn wvniMvnTTTi'.n. NO. 4. all latent attachments, two-color rib bon, etc.: little usod and good as new; will trado tor or towards motorcycle or used runabout or anything of equal value can use. auui e.n o. .. ..-. WILL SWAP WHITE HOLLAND TUR- key torn ror two mrniv uu. B, C. W, lite. u v,.iiiMnm jrrni ALMOST AN Y- thing, 7-passenger automobile. .Address S. C. wj. uee WILL SWAP A 140-EGG INCUBATOR for printing or ono-nuuuiw uu. arcss n. u. ww, uot. $10,000 FARM; WILL EXCHANGE FOR general racrcnanuioe. 1"v'iT BnOO BlOCKi jsinun iihi'imivii....-i , ilt." iZ land; mortgage, $3,200: price right In Otoo county, eaeiem ntui.iv. S. C. 629. Bee. ... . r., .trt 1IAVR iVfA WAIN l muinu ,aww. . " r eoultv In a couple suburban home lots worm saw. auup" q. 'w ....... irmwa IflNK I1RKOON X X1A.VU w . v - Z fruit land: a -roon cottage, modern ex cept neat ana -i iw uicnauu "vr " , car. will traoa iur uuwu. fer. Adaresa a. v. are "" 1 HAVE A FEW CITY BUILD1MU LOTS to swap for a good truck or high-grade automobile, a. u. tau, uee. A GOOD BAKERY. WORTH $3V-40" traae. wnai au.ua iu. care uee. HAVE GOOD OAK DRESSER, COM- moue, ice dox ana some uii .,"- .. I - ..r1. ot Vinraa Rnrl tl.1V dlffer- ence, or what have your Jbirt good oiler 1ANDY MONKV MAKBH. A lHST class rt-roora noiei ia goou wiruau tiFwi At t t-AiiA inr Omaha rofil- dence, grocery business or light automo biles. Aaureas o. i. uumm. TEN ACRES OREGON FRUIT LAND, worth 4uu, to traae xor umn lut. . . ..n.i.m.n. nr rttnmnnil! VH cant lot Lake lew, Ore., for typewriter or VERY LATKST MOUKIi NO. 6 U C. c i . t. nnl.i trtrn mntlihl. COlt $100; will sell or trade; must dispose of it this week. Address 8 C 6W. care Bee. I WANT TO SWAP SOME DISC PHONO- graph recoraa. wnai nave-you awhh 1 HAVE A PLAYER PINO LESS than three years old, just as good as . 1 nu hh..M f mn.ln that I lion, UMU ,... " ...mb.w. would trade for oriental rugs or sell cheap . . . . . i . HQU uri.iise laiiu w auib vum. -u dies. 8. C. SHC. Bee. WHAT LAND IN EASTERN NE. Israska or weatern Iowa havo you to trade tor 110 tores ot best fruit and vegetable land adjoining town in East Texosi Aaaress B. c. tuv, uea. SINGLE DRIVING RIG WANTED; ex change 160-acre good land, $16 per acre, cash value; take rig as first payment; oaiance terms. Aauress u u. ou, uee. SECOND-HAND HEMINGTOM TXl'tZ writer to swap tor good bicycle and cash. Address b u MS, Bee. ONE OLD TRUSTY AND ONE SUC cersful Incubator for lour dozen good hens or two dozen for choice of either. Address B. C. 612, care Bee. WILL EXCHANGE GOOD ft-ROOM COT tage at 2tJ26 Grant St, Omaha, price Vi.tw. inc. tor jj.wu grocery stock or gents' furnishing stock and shoes. Own ers write me. 8. U 674. omaha Bee. SWAPPERS' COLUMN. UOOD COTTAGE NOltTH OMAHA. Modern but boat All newly painted and papered. Garage, 16x33 ft Cement walks. Mtg., $u Want $300 rash and good, light auto or clear lots, a O. t&, Bee. WILL TRADE A SEW1NU MACUINlS tor bookcase or buffet. Address S. U. ISO, Bee. I HAVE A o.NK-TON LIGHT TRUCK; make offer. Address S. C 634. Bee. NICE &-ROOM COTTAGE; BEST UK pair; modern, but heat; barn, 1&X12I ft; cement walks; nil newly painted! price, $)!.800; mig., $S0O; want small grocery stock or two good light autos. Address S. C. 696. Omaha Bee. t SOUTH OMAHA LOT, NO INCUM brances, for typewriter and office tur- nmire. Auuress s, u. &, Bee. HUNTING AND PAINTING WANTED in cxchaiiKu tor dentistry. Addrnu s. C. 607. Bee. HAVE A GOOD. HEALTHY YWAK- llmr Colt 1 Wnulft trails fitr nftlVAH Xlftk me offer. Address S. C. M4, Bee. nu. 1 aiNUKIl SliWl.NU MACHINE, former nrlc 1HV fnr anln nr awnn Ail. dress S. C. 571. Bee. GOOD LOT FOR EXCHANGE-4ixl2S, east front. Price. $oW. Want diamond mis ur nmunioune. viuiress, su bit. Bee. ABOUT 200 UNigUE AUTOMATIC INK nviis, iiiiu kuuus ior canvasser, also 140 nnv.il Mliftli rnl.l .i at. . i,..u i - books, camera, or anything useful. S. C 637. Omaha Beo. 7-iiRAWER OAK ROLL TOP DESK. latct sanitary style, 64 Inches long, 31 Inches wide. For quick salo $2i, or will trado for typewriter. Address S. C. 633, Bee. CLEAR LOT, EXCHANGE FOR ANY" kind of auto In running order. Address S. C. 578, Bee 60 TOOL SHARPENER8, WHOLESALE prico $6 uplocc. Any agent can sell to farmers. Want single driving rig or team oi worit norscs. Address H, u. wo, Bee, YOUNG CATTLE Oil WORK HORSES wunicu ior iw acres goou, level land at rash value 116 ixtr arm. Aflilraaa M o (tW, Beo. HAVE A CAMERA OR A U1AMUNP or typewriter or a good watch and cash for your piano, or whatT IX C. 601, Bee. OLD-STYLE SIDEBOARD, B1RDSCVE mnple with marble top, hand-carved slid a pretty piece ot furniture, but bulky. wnat nave you tc excuangor Address S. C. 610. Bee. FOUR DOZEN NEW AND LATE model washing machines taken from merchandise creditor; urntca for ship- mem; wnoiesaie prico s apiece; ivr team work horses, harness and wagon. Ad dress S. C. 638. Bee. BEES TEN COLONIES YELLOW Italian bees. In fine shaoo for biz crop this season; extractor, extra hives and complete apiary outfit; worth about $123; mako ire a cash offer, or will trade for motorcyclo or small second-hand runa bout, paying addlUonal cash It warranted. Address a. u, wi, care uco. WILL TRADE IT-JEWELED WATCH for typewriter; worth $12. o. c. Kn. QOOD VACANT LOT IN GOOD PART ot town: will swap for cash. Address S. C. cm .care Roe.' AN EDISON HOME PHONOGRAPH with about flftv best records, song and music, for lot, horse, or whAtT Address 8. C. 5T2, Bee. WANTED DISC PHONOGRAPH REC crds, slightly ued, In perfeot condi tion, that uro for sale cheap for cash. Address S. C. C21. care Bee. WANT GROCERY BUSINESS TRADE good houso and a clear lot. Price $3,700. equity $2,000. Even deal. Address a O. 591. Omaha Beo. CLEAR LOT FOR ROOMING HOUSE of 10 or U rooms. Address S. C. fo. Uee. TO SWAP ONE S-DltAWER 6X8 CARD cabinet for typewriter. Address a. U 25, Beo. ONE INTERNATIONAL AUTO WAGON in good running order. $260 cash takes it. Or 1 will exchange for a vacant lot ot equal value. Address S. C, 640, care Bee. 80 ACRES CLEAR LAND. CENTRAL Nebraska, exchango for light runabout auto worth $1,000 In cash. Address B. U, 640, Bee, Omaha. HAVE TWO CLEAR LOTS IN SOUTH Omaha well, worth $(00 and $100 cash. Want a 1913 Kord car In first-class condi tion. Address S. C. 533, care Bee. NEW HAMMOND TYPEWRITER, COST $90. Changed work so cannot use. Will trade or sell. Address S. C. CSS, Bee. TRADE FOR RANCH 0-ACRE GOOD land, flo.000. enultv $6,800. Dandy hotel. $T,600 net. rent $000, mtg., $1,W0. Want good rancn tana; acscnoe tuny. a. vj. inn, Bee, Omaha. 160 ACRES LAND; CLEAR, WILL trado- for good house In Omaha, 25 acres In cum, balance dandy hay land and pasturo; cush value only, or no deal made, Prloo $2,400. Might trade for a grocery or mdse. stock, prefer to trade for Omaha residence to live in. Address a. v. nu. Bee. OUR RHODE ISLAND RED COCKEREL for two setting bens. Address 8. c, ISO, Bee. WANT GOOD OMAHA LOT IN EX chango for almost new standard piano; good as new; cost Adaress u. c. tss, Omaha Bee. GENERAL MDSE. STOCK, $26,000, FOR exchange for good land of equal value in eastern Nebraska. uescriDo tuny, s. C, 644. Bee, Omaha t CLEAR LOT FOR EXCHANGE WANT good light auto or diamond ring of equal value. Price is saw casn. Aauress b. u 641, Bee, Omaha. TWO LOTS ON S3D AVE.. NORTH OF Webster Ave., $400; $10 down, $10 per montn, or win trade, Aaaress s, c til, care Bee. LOT 9. BLOCK 3. ARMOUR PLACE. South Omaha, value J1W. or lot 30. block 3, Belmont add., Lincoln, price $100; trade for typewriters ana otnee furniture. Ad dress 3 C 133. care Bee. GOOD AUTOMOBILE FOR GOOD T- room houso and 3 lots, in good live town, house, always rented. Address 8. c. Mfl. uee. INTEREST IN GOOD WHOLESALE business, with position and modern res idence to trade for clear land, preferably In Texas, $3,000 to $10,000. Address S, O. kis. uee. GOOD LOT IN SOUTH OMAHA. NEB. Free and clear; IS blocks south of postotfice bldg.; S blocks from carllne; lot Is 43x128 ft. Price $600 or exchange for good Ford or other light car. Ad dress B. c. iw, umana uee. CEMENTING, BRICKLAYING, CAR penler, roofing; exchauge for anything valuable. Address S. C. 60S. Dee. STANDARD HlOU GRADE PIANO. gcod as new, mahogany case. Cost $350. Will exchange for diamond ring or Ford auto or sacrifice for cash. a. C. 614, Omaha Bee. SNAPPY BAROAIN-$400 CASH. BAL anco trade or easy terms, buys 6-r. celt age, bent repair; modern but heat. Good garage. Price only $1,600. Let us show ft to you. Address S. C. 628, care Bee. GAS STOVE, 4 LARGE BURNERS AND one oven, hardly used, excellent baker. Would like to swap tor chickens; prefsr White Rocks. Address S. C. 01, Bee, CLEAR LOT SOUTH OMAHA, SSTH and Madison. Prico, $600. Trad for tignt auto. Guarantee title abstract. Ad diets S. C. Itl7, Bee. ALL MODERN HOME, 2 YEARS OLD, In north part ot city, three blocks from 24th car line; 8 rooms and enclosed sleep ing porch. Newly decorated last fall. Would trade my equity ot $1,400 for mod ern bungalow or home with two or thrse large lots, or for good acreage property In north or west part of city. Also have two lots In Kenwood Addition, ISth and Evans St, which I would apply on trade. Address 8. C. 032. Bee. EIGHT SPECKLED HAMBURG CH1CK ens noted for their laying qualities; never set. Make offer. Address t). C. 648. Bee. 80UTH OMAHA LOT-NEAR TRACK age. East front, worth $000. 3 block to car, 2 blocks to school, lays fine. Trade light auto or diamond ring or sell cheap. Address 8. C. (30. Omaha Bee. LATE MODEL, HIGH-GRADE. SEVEN passenger touring car, with eleotrlo lights and self-starter, and otherwise fully equipped, for good equity In im proved real estate; may add some cash. Address S, C. 613. Bee. GOOD MODERN 7-ROOM COTTAGE ON So. 20th St., near Vinton, to swap for Address C. C. 619. Bte. KEAIj ESTATE. CITV PROPERTY FOIl SAI.F.. COME OUT TO WEARNE PARK THIS EVENING Between 4:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. and Pick Out a Lot in What Will Soon Be One of Omaha's Most Beautiful Residence Sections $25.00 to $50.00 off on every Wcnrno Pnrk Lot purchased before $lny 1st. Prices range from $500 to $980. Sninll payment down balance on easy monthly payments. These prices ond terms include permanent Cement Walks, Water and Shade Trees. No lot more than two blocks from th6 car line. Come out and see this beautiful new home buildinp tract or telephone us and wo'll take you out any time. Salesmen will bo on Grounds Every Afternoon and Evening This Week Between 4:30 P. M. and 7:30 P. M. Take a Benson car to 48th tho Big "Wearno Park" Sign. Bankers Realty Investment Company Telephone D. '2026. SIDE WITH JJNITED STATES Foreign Editors All Express Friend ly Sentiments on Situation. ALL EXPECT WAR TO FOLLOW Etui of Watchful Wnltlnr Cornea In Intervention Forced by "Mnln drolt Impudence ot Dic tator." LONDON. .April H.-Accordlng to the Standard, the largo commercial Interests In Great Britain believe that tho Amer ican action will tend to Improve the pros pects of British financial and commer cial Interests In Mexico, because It pro vides hope ot eventual peace and tho re sumption ot trade. The Standard learns that the action of tho United States government has tho full acqulesccnco ot tho British govern ment and that any International compli cations are extremely unlikely. The Times in an editorial says this morning: "Tho crisis has come In a form, which, as sincere friends of tho American people, we could well havo wished different. Their Justification for forcible Interference In Mexican affairs Is far stronger than the particular pre text upon which the prosldent decided to abandon his policy of watchful waiting. 'It Is questionable, however, how far tho aspirations the president voices In his message can be realised, or the dls? Unctions he mentions maintained In prac tice. Tho president's diplomacy has been lofty In aim and spirit, but unfor tunate In Its result. "It is not probablo that Americans will care to rest their caso for Intervention on tho failure of the various proposals submitted to tho Mexican government by President Wllaon during the last year." Admires Oar Belf-Control. The Dally Mall says: "There can be no mistaking tho British attitude. It 1 ono of admiration for tho toleranco and self control with which President Wilson has employed all the resources ot diplomacy to avert the crisis; of unstinted sym pathy with the American people In tho difficult and laborious undertaking which lie ahead of them, and of absolute con fidence In the success ot the Amorlcan arms by land and sea, "Intervention has been thrust upon tho Americans, and they may be sure of the good will of the whole English speaking world In facing an unsought for task." The Dally News says: "It Is only fair to President Wilson to recognlro that ho resorted to direct action only when tho maladroit Impudence ot the dictator left him no alternative. But tho fact that It has unwillingly been taken in his hands does not lessen tho danger of tho now weapon." ' Tho Dally Telegraph contends that tho logical consequence of a successful war against Mexico would bo tho assumption of tho burden of government by tho United States a solution which -would have nothing but advantage for all for eign Interests In Mexico. The comment of tho Dally Graphic Is: "President Wilson Is making war, not on Huerta, but on Mexico. Tho war Is not an accident, but a thing predestined by Irresistible causes. Noverthless, It Is likely to bring mora anxiety and em barrassment to the present generation of Americans than glory or profit," Paris Paper Pessimistic. PARIS, April 20. The evening newspa pers take very little note today of the situation between Mexico and tho United States. Tho Llberto says: "Whatever happens In Mexico, the lives and property of tho French there are exposed to greater danger than has hitherto been tho casol" Tho newspaper discusses lightly Gen eral Huerta's desire to use tho menaces of the United States to con solidate Mexicans In support of hii regime and It regards President Wilson's action as seeking an easy success for tho United States In order to . divert at tention from Internal pollUcal problems. Germany's Attitude Friendly. BERLIN, April 20. The German press, as a rule, Is sparing In comment on tho Mexican situation. Tho Cologne Gazette, reflecting tho attitude of tho German government, says: "Tho German people has no cause to oppose the course ot the United States with an unfriendly policy, which besides having no objoct would only Injure Ger many's relations with tho United States. Recent developments In Mexico can only bo regretted as far as they affect Ger man Interests. If tho Americans now succeed In establishing order and peace In that country thera can be no objec tion from tho German standpoint. Tho American people, who havo been kept Irf a state of continued unrest by Mexican affairs since the departure of General Porftrlo Dla, earnesUy want at least to see peace established on their southern frontier anil to see a government there whloh will give security to the country and not endanger America's huge Inter ests which America has created In the Panama canal." "President Huerta haa sufficiently shown that ho does not answer to this r nEAL ESTATE. rnOPEIlTY FOR SALE. and Military Avenue, got off at Ground Floor Beo Bldg. necessity, but prefers to act and to be arcountcd ns an enemy ot the United States. Ho knows President Wilson will resort to force against him only In ths lust extremity nnd In that certainty haa pursued a policy of opposition to Amer ica." Criticise Wilson. The Lokal Anselger remarks on tho singular circumstance that the United States demands satisfaction from a ruler whom It refuses to recognise. It thinks Mexico has not broken all Its bridges, and that an understanding Is possible. Tho Deutsche Tagllche Zeltung con demns President Wilson's long delay and Is' uncertain whether he now Intends to act or only to create an Impression that ho is about to act. The Tngllcho Rundschau blames Presi dent Wilson for General Huerta's present plight, since his refusal to recognlza General Huerta made It Impossible for tho latter to obtain tho money with which to restore ordor." "President Wilson's policy," It says, "haa been neither one of realities nor ono of Idealism, but of democratic doctrlnxlr lsm. It Is too early to predict the courso ot the campaign, but one thing Is certain tho United States will have no easy task In bringing Mexico to Its knees, slnco the rebels are likely to make common cause with 'General Huerta. What will Japan, tho natural cm my of tho United States do? What will the other powers do?" The Boersen Courier says: "General Huerta's refusal to salute Is the first ad mission that ho does not feel sure ot his position and Is now playing his last trump earlier than was expected namely, tho policy of rallying all elements In Mexico against the foreign aggressor." Tho Frankfurter Zeltung declares that President Huerta's demand is undisguised mockery ot tho United States. "It goes without saying," the paper adds, "that Washington cannot tolerate this. No body can reproach President Wilson It he now abandons his reserve und pro ceeds against Huerta with a blockade and an occupation ot Mexico harbors." Badger's Fleet Will 1 Reach Tampioo Early Wednesday Morning ON BOARD THE UNITED STATES STEAMSHIP ARKANSAS AT SEA (By Wireless Via Key West), April a. Wlth tho port of Tamplco not far off and tho knowledge that President Huerta has rofusod to accede to tho demand of tho United States government, Rear Admiral Charles J. Badger, commander-in-chief ot tho AUantlo fleet, and the members ot his staff were busy today preparing a tentative plan of campaign. They gavo attention to the details of a possible land ing. The crews ot the battleships practiced with small arms and at sighting the big guns. Aided by the favorable current and with a smooth sea, the officers of the war ships expect to bo within easy distance ot Tamplco early Wednesday. KEY WEST, Flo., April 20.-3The gun boat Isla Do Luzon and the tender Tank ton arrived hare early today tor coal and provisions. Both will proceed at oneo to Mexican waters. WASHINGTON, April M.-Tho Navr department today chartered tho Ward liner Mexico, now in Mexican gulf waters, for a refuge ship at Tamplco. The War department took option on several ships to be used as transports. Locomotive Engineers Ready to Man Trains Bearing Troops South CHICAGO, April 21. An offer of loco motive engineers to man trains in Mex ico was telegraphed today to President Wilson and to the secretary of war from temporary headquarters here of tho Brotherhood ot Locomotive Engineers, The telegram read: "Tho Brotherhood of Locomotlvo Engi neers stands ready to furnish locomo tive engineers to hanttle all troop trains that may be needed In Mexico. These men are thoroughly familiar with Mex ico and know every foot of railroad there. They are Americans, like the rest ot us, and may be relied on. "WARREN F. STONE, "Grand Chief ,nglner." Murphy and Welsh to Fight in June SAN FRANCISCO. April 2Q.-"Harlan Tommy" Murphy, who was defeated by Willie Ritchie, lightweight champion, last Friday, bas been matched for twenty-round bout here in June with (Freddy WoUh, tho British champion. The fight is to bo held at night and tn men will he required to make US pound! at 4 p. m. The date will bo fixed later. Persistent Advertising Is tho Sura Booi to Business Success,