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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, flJARY 16, 1917.
11 REAL ESTATE IMPROVED West A most attractive home built to live in, not to rent; built to last a lifetime ; beautifully finished and decorated; in the very best residence district This u one of the best built homes in Omaha. Stone foundation and base ment under the whole house, and solid brick above; full brick cross wall. No veneer. The porch steps, front, back and to the sun parlor, are all stone. The roof is slate. The coal bins and fruit cellar of tile. There is practically no cost for painting or re pairs. ' The library with built-in book cases is solid cherry; the halls and stair case of oak. The dining room is pan eled in Venitian oak. All lloors up stairs as well as down are hardwood. quarter-sawed beach, except the kit chen, which is maple, and tile under the stove. A large aouDie storm win dowed and screened sun porch is con nected with both the library and din ing room by French doors. The walls of toe first tioor ana upper nau are covered with hand decorated burlap, exceDt the music room. There are three bath rooms. The ample closets all have outside windows and ward robes and chest of drawers, which will delight any woman. There is a laundry, fruit cellar, lurnace room and space which can be finished for a billiard room in the basement, which is cemented throughout. Sofy water is furnished from a large cis tern. The house has a gas hot-water beater for summer use, thermostat, electric outlets, etc. It is so well built that 15 tons of coal will heat it throughout, and with solid brick walls it is wonderfully cool in summer. As it is at the very crest of the hill in the summer there is always a breeze there if anywhere. It is con venient to the car line and in tne choicest residence section of Omaha. The price is very reasonable, and terms will be made to suit the buy er s convenience. CALL AT 3903 DEWEY AVE., OB TELEPHONE HARNEY 3462. 24TH AND CAMDEN AVE. S room, nearly new bungalow. Oak fin ish and oak floors. Pull sized lot. Full cemented basement. Furnace heat. Paved street. Price $3,000, leas than house could be built for. PAYNES INVESTMENT CO., 637 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bid. D. 1781. WEST FARNAU. stucco, 7-r.. modern. Lot value. 3. 0M; bouM valve, .MOO. All tor. SS.Mt. tit No. 18th At. Dou. SMT. North. NEW BUNGALOW. Five rooms, trtetlT modern, finished la Oak. Located at 3023 N. 1 6th fit. Price $1,169. Terms. Wilt take, small cottaf in trade. NORMS NORMS. 400 Bee Bull ding. Phone DongHas 417. JVE-ROOM cottage, lot 27x160 ft. Inquire 568 Poppteton Ave. Cheap for cash, owner. . ' South.' HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT Living room, den, dining; room, kitchen and pantry on 1st floor; two nice bed rootna-and bath on 2d floor; Hvtnn rooms nnished in oak, orana new, entirety moa ern, nice east front lot, all sodded, cem cot basement and walks, paved street. Hose to school. Price only $3,400; $300 down, balance monthly. C. G. CARLBERG, 312 Branded Theater Bldg. BRAND NEW BUNGALOW. Living room, dining room, kitchen, pan- iry, three bed rooms and bath all on one floor; stair way to attic; living rooms fin ished in oak; full cement basement; ail modern corner lot. paved street; close to school and in Hanscora park district. Price $3,769; $300 down, balance monthly. . C. G. CARLBERG, 112 Brandels Theater Bldg. Miscellaneous. GENUINE MID-WINTER BARGAINS. NORTH $l.So Dandy 4 -room cottage 'partly mod , ern, splendid lot, fruit, shade shrubbery ; good residence dtstrict, ' just north of 38th and Ames Ave. $150 down and $16 month. 91.SI.0 Five rooms and bath, modern except heat, all on one floor; nice east front lot, just off paved street; 1M4 North 27th St. $240 down and $20 per month. $,44)0 Five rooms and bath, strictly mod ern bungalow, built three years; rhotce east front lot, only S blocks to car; good residence district; $300 down, fz8 per month. $ 2, 1 60 Five-room modern bungalow, all on one floor; fine lot; owner leaving city; located near 34th and Sara toga Sts. $500 and $25 per month. $8,150 Brand new two-story sem! -bungalow, oak finish, fireplace, bookcases, buf fet, cabinets in kitchen, double closets for earth bed room, with win dows; full cement basement; $500 down; located one block to Miller Park school, 2 blocks to car. We Have Equally Good Bargains , South snd West. OSBORNE REALTY CO., 701-2-1 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 46. CLOSE IN NEW 'BUNGALOW Largs living room, dining room, kitchen n first floor; three large bedrooms and ' bath on second floor; oak finish and -oak floors; built-in bookcases and bullet; full basement; guaranteed furnacs; cast front lot ; paved street ; flo location. Prtoo SCOTT AND HILL CO., Dong. H8t. Greene Fir McC'aau. Bldt THE GREATEST GAIN H.7II In paid want-ada aver made by an) Omaha paper, la the record of THJI OMAHA BKB tar I'll. ..BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATB CHOICE HOMES. Modern to the minute, ranging tn plies from $3,000 to $0,000, on large plots, re fined surroundings and every known Im provement and convenience; for sale at your own terms, exclusively by the SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. 4IJ6 g. 34 th fit. Phone South I14T. MODERN BUNOALOW fins location, east front, paved street, 0 rooms, hardwood floors and finish, close to school and oar A bargain at $3,000. Easy terms Call owner Doug ITU. F1VK rooms, .new, oak finish, fully deco rated, all modern, etc.. $2,70 $200 cash, balance monthly. Doug. 3302. NHW bungalow, also o-r. and gardening, your terms and price; lov. with $400, rent t houses (cost $3.$00), 12.60,. p. 2191. w. (iu nmoura, ncu v-m m i ej aiiu anaui- ansa, 442 Be Dldg. Douglas 8007. ... -- -1 R, 8- TRUMBULL. 012 World-Herald Bldg. FAfeM LAND WANTED HATCHES, Farm Lands, bought, sold, ex changed. 8. a. snd R. E. Montgomery. REAL ESTATE Unimproved West LOT In West Ltyvn addition, BOxli! feet, 03d and Woodland Ave, $30 down; ?&o a week. Pries $310'. no Interest or taxes for I years. Phone Walnut 3514. North. AFTER looking at MINNE LUSA, 300 dtf ferent boy era decMe that It waa the best proposition on the market and thoy , backed their Judgment by buying lots. IF TOU will com out today you will understand why the otiiers are buying. CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO., T4$ Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187. THK URttATUtil liAlN H.,711 in paid want-ads ever mads by any Omaha paper to the record of THE OMAHA BUE for If It. BKST RESm.TS LOWKST R4.TB. South. Miller Park District $85 0 PAVING ALL PAID. We havo a number of very desirable lots, one block from car line, one block from Miller park and close to new Pret lest Mile club houao. Sewer, water, gas, sidewalks, paving and curbing all In and paid for. This price Is given for quick sale. If yon want to, build and want a good buy, see us at once. Hiatt Company, 146 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 0. REAL ESTATE B'new Pr'pty Down Town Business Property This Is a three-story brick building In established retail district. With stores be low and flats above; located 1 blocks from 16th and Harney Sts.; lot 60x133 ft. Under lease to good tenants for $6,340 per year. Price only $26,000 for long time leasehold. Desirable terms. Pays nearly 10 per oent on purchase pries. George & Company, 02 City National Bank Bid. Phono Douglaa 76. FOR SALE Reasonable. PILLING STA TION AND NECESSARY EQUIPMENT. Excellent location tor amall garage and repair shop. Low rent. Addreaa Box 1141, Bee. REAL ESTATE Investments A Good Buy $28,000 Pull lot, right down town, with brick improvements, paying Tffc per cent net on the fall price. This property has a specu lative value in addition to a safe, steady Income. $8,000 cash, or possibly less, will handle for a quick deal. GLOVER & SPAIN Dong. 3903. Realtors. 019 City Nat l Bk. Bldg. APARTMENT- $7$, 000. income IS per cent; one year old very fins location; mortgage VZI.OOO and will accept $30,040 In trade; balance essb or negotiable papsrs. CALKINS A CO., Doogtas 1113 City Nafl Bank Bldg LET your money earn 7 PER CENT In Home Builders' $1.00 shares. Cash divi dends Jan. 1st and July 1st. Secured by mortgages on new homes. Non-partlcl-' patlng Preferred Shares Guaranteed 7 per oent now ready. Offices, 17th and Dong las. REAL ESTATE Suburban Benson. START YOUR HUME IN BENSON, BUT THS LOT. tlQ.se down and tin B0 per montu; one. I2M. fl; eiae. 6x128: located on Loeuar St.. between Clark and Bemnam, not tar from school and car line. Qeo. B. Wrlgbt, Bee Office. Omeba. Dundee. !.. CHOICE BUNGALOW. A delightful new horn, all modern con veniences, sun room, dining room and living room finished In oak, two bed rooms and bath in white enamel. Located two blocks from car line. Price $3,500; will consider small down payment, easy month ly payments. Phone Doug 36H8 days, Har ney IftW evening, or rail at 318 S. 18th St. BARTON Dundee home, $5,000. 8 room, all modern, large lawn, with garage. F. D. Wead, 310 S. 18th St. Florence. $26U ACRfB, acreage sold; 2 tracts left at $300. , Last chance. Call Netbaway. Pto $28. South Side. A OKNTLUMAN tl HUMS, A stately, spacious mansion on 22d Ave., overlooking Hansoom Park with IS large airy rooms, 7 fire places, steam heat and Innumerable closets and pantiles. Ter raced plot, lil 7 6 feet. Prtoe, $11,000. Only $2,600 cash required. For sale only by the SOUTH OMAHA IN VBSTMKN'i CO.. 4121 Sooth i4tb St. Phone South 1241. MEDIUM PRICED HOMES. On the South bide, ' on full-sized lots, ranging from $l,6U to $3,010 In different localities, wtth all city improvements, near schools and churches; can be bought from us on a amall cash itaymeot. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. 4026 8. 24th St. " Phone South 1S4T CHUAP HOMlCtR. Ws have a largo oumbwr ot ems J I nsoset with 3 to 4. rooms, ranging In price from $600 to $1,200, on full sited lota, which ws can sell it your own terms. SOUTH OMAHA INVKSTUUNT CO., 4026 S. 24tb St. Phone South 1247. KOUH ACKU& Wsi) improved. Win uu good ouogs low ss part payment. S. P HOST WICK SON, Tyler 1646. 100 Bee Bldg MiscellaneorL:- A BONAFIDE REDUCTION From $4,500. to $3,000 On1 4 Acres Improved In Keystohe Park We offered this at $4,500 last year, bat property has changed hands xnd owner absolutely says sell in thirty days. Good 6-room house, flee trie lights, rough plumbing; good well; poor barn; one-half In alfalfa. Fib", hlvh, sightly location. Call Tyler 60 and ask for Mr. Manvllle. - HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors), J 01 BT. BUILD YOUR NEST TO SUIT YOURELF. We have Just the place to build It. A fine onfacre tract all in al falfa, lays high and sightly, just slopes enough to drain wdU. Owner wants cash and will sell at a sacri fice for a quick sale. Price only $700. . f BIG 4 REALTY CO., 1016-10 W. O. W. Bldg. J. UM. SMALL ACREAGE FOR RENT. TVs acres, North Omaha; gardening dis trict, 4-roora house; barn hog house, etc ARMSTRONG-WALSH COMPANY, Tyler 1636. 23$ Roae Bldg REAL ESTATE WANT ED WANIKD 4. 6 and 6-ruumed bouses thar can be sold for SlOU cash, balance 616 per month; sand complsto description first letlsr. W. FARNAM SMITH & CO., 1820 Ksmam. Tel. Ooug. 1064. LIST your 6 and 6 -room houses with us WE 8 KM .HUM OSBORNE UK A LTV CO Ooug 1474 1 WILL buy a good Dundee home, tlx to tight rooms, for cash; west of lth and east nf hid Box flo? Omaha Bee. POULTRYAND PET STOCK Screenings $1.60 100. A.wTwagner, 801 N.lOth REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE TRACKAGE. S 6-te acres C. a 4b J. tmokag at Gibson. Suitable for Industry deslrtng large area with low price. Also nava I acres beautifully located on boulevard. B B. part without trackage. W. U Selby ft Sons, Keeltne Bldg. FINANCIAL Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages. CITY and (arm loana pro a, and I par caut. mlaalon. tly made. Rata, Reaaoaable oom- UNITED STATES TRLST CO, 818 Bomb 17th. Omaha. Neb. City and Farm Loans i, b and per cent. Also first raort gages on farms and Omaha real estate for said. J. H. Dumont A Co.. 41-1 Keetlns Bldg.. 17lh and Harney. i PBR75ENTtVopaf'm residenoea In amount $$,000 up; also farm loans. Reasonable commission. PETERS TRUST CO.. 1853 Karnam St. THE GR&ATEST GAIN 65.731 In paid want ads ever made by any Omaha paper. Is tba revsnl of TUJC OMAHA BEE for 1SU. BKST RESULTSLOWEST RATB. IL100 MORTGAGE bearing 64 per oent aemt-ann., secured by property valued at $6,000. Talmage-Loomis Inv. Co,, W. O. W. Bldg. STANDARD SECURITY AND INVESTMENT CO., $ WBAD BLDG. 18TH AND FARNAU. SHOPJSN 4 CO., PRIVATB MONET. $600. 00 to loan on Omaha real estate or Central Neb. land. W. U Selbey A Sons, Keellne Bldg. KCilyKY to loan on Improved farms and ranches, We also buy good farm mort gages. Rloku Inv. Co., Omaha. RELIABLE Insurance.. 8e? O'Nell's Real Katatc and Insurance Ageo- y, 632-0 Bran- reis Theater. Tel. Tyler 1M4. MONET on and for city and farm loaaa. H. W. Binder. City Ntlo,'1 JlankJ?td;i INSURANCE, Vlre, Tornado, Automobile. See Grinunel, 849 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ri Of CITY OARVIN BROS., (J2 ? LOANS Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg 6 MONBT HARRISON & MORTON, 916 Oraana Nat. Bank Bids. OMAHA HOMKS. KA8T NEB. FARMS. O KEBFK R E CO.. llt Omaha Nat'l. FARM and olty loana, and I per cent W H. Thomaa. Keellne Bldg. Dong. WORLD REALTY CO., San Theater Building. CITT and (arm loana. loweet rate.. B. H. LOUQEE. Inc., U8 Keellne Bldg. S100 to 810,000 made promptly. P. D. Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18tb and Farnam Sta. LOW RATES. C. 0. CARLBERG, S18 Brandeta Theater Bldg. D. 68S. NO DELAY in doling loana T. Graham, M Bee Bldg. . Abstracts of Title. IT art Title. Guarantee aod Abatraet Co.. la.cn 805 S. 171b St., ground floor. Bonded by Maes. Bonding and Ina. Co. REED ABSTRACT cd.oldeatbatraorof. tice in Nebraska. 208 Brandels Thaatar. Financial Wanted. GALLAGHER & NELSON Represent prompt pay Insurance com panies. 644 Brandels Bldg., Omaha. Neb, MONEY TO LOAN COULD TOU USE $240.00 OR MORE. $24.00 If you could get It at a very low rats of Interest and where you would- be pro- tected from high rates and unfair treat ment. Why deal with a company that does not treat yourleal with utmost privacy. We do not advertise misleading rates and we give you a contract book showing just what you are charged for the loan and the amount of each payment per month. Our bend and license protects you be sides we have been in business twenty -five years. OMAHA LOAN COMPANY. S40 Pax ton Blk. Tel. Douglas 2216. TORN if URBi pianos, ind. notes, as security. $40 6-mo. U. H: gds., total cost, $2.60; $40 " Indorsed notes, total cost, $1.60. Smaller, larger arn'ts., proportionate rats. PROVIDENT LOAN SOC1HTY, Organized by Omaha Business Men. 482 Roup Bldg.. Kith and Karnam. Ty 66. 214 n bis. Cross. 410 N. 16th. R. 6081. FARM AND RANCH LANDS Colorado Lands. POR SALE on easy terms, or wlH rut wHl improved tarm, & miles . ft. irom jvii Carson, Colo.; good soil; shallow water. Write, owner, Val lyusko, carp Windsor Hotel. Lincoln, Neb. Florida Lands. SUCCEED IN FLORIDA Oet big prices for winter vegetables, oranges, grapefruit; staple crops yield enormously; live sto'-k cheap to raise, bring fine prires; rich, sandy Joam, clay subsoil; delightful year round c limn to on our lands: good com munity; close to transportation; abundant artesta.n water, ample drainage; capable men with reasonable funds lo start ran make big money rapidly; write for free book. Swopo Land Company, Oveldo.Fla. RAibB ALKALI' A IN KLORUJA Natal Hay) this winter Klrst cutting, tu dsys; $60 to $x anncsliy on $60 land. OH Pi.Mn P. It Walnut ?;.:? (evenings) TEN acres of Florida land for nale, or would exchange for good Omaha property, Flscus, 4511 Cam den A ve. Kansas Lands. 100 ACRES of beet Arkansas valley land joining Garden City. Kan.; SO aero whttat. in fine shape; 40 acre alfalfa; good Irri gating plant; all In fine Hhape to make money: will anil cheap, according to others of name quality and lOcationt walking dis tance of $4,000 hlh school uid cburcben. Address T.'rTatrh, I'tmm'Ton, Kan. Michigan Lands. FOR SALE CLOVBR-LAND FARMS. Grains thrive. Drouth, hall unknown. Root crops, dairying, grazing, ideal. Fine roads, market; 13 growing days. Aver age killing frosts October 2. Terms easy. George Rowell, jr., 23 Bacon Bile. Mar Qoette, Mich. Minnesota Lands. MINNESOTA STATK SCHOOL LANDS The state- of Minnesota will offer.' early in March, 60.000- arres xtt hervebottfe atate School and Cnivensity "''lands at prloes ranging-'.from "$6 to $10 -par afro." These lands- will "be- said - 'to tracts ot 4i) acreg and upwards, . A cah - payment of about $2 per acre is required; the balance may be paid on or before 40 years, with' In terest at 4 per cent per annum. For fur ther information call or write M. T. Sayer, purchasing Agent, 3131 Nicollet Ae., Minneapolis. Missouri l ands. SMALL MO. Farm $iv cash and $6 moath ly; no Interest or taxes; highly productive land; 6 lose to 3 big markets. Write for photographs and fuiriuformatlon. Msngar, A-llt N Y. Ufa Bldg., Kansas City, Ma GREAT BARGAINS $5 down, $6 monthly bwys 40 acres, good fruit and poultry land, near town. Southern Missouri, Pries only $200. Address Box 80V, 'Excelsior Springs, Mo, Nebraska Lands. 640 A. GOOD land; Home. Improvements; in Logan Co., Neb.; all clear; to sell for $ an acre. This is a RKAL SNAP. INTKR-STATB KEAi-TY CO., tit-$0 City Nat. Dong, IM2. WK FARM tbs farm ws ssU yoa. TUB UUNGVRPOKO POTATO OROWKR AflflN., Co-ope rati re Potato Farming, Utn and Howard Hta., opposite Audi tori ma. ,aud made dry enough for crops or no pay, is our way of draining land. No tract too large or too wet Uuaraotst Drainage C Oakland. Net-. UN K-HAL section Buffalo Co, com and alfalfa land, value of Improvements over $6,000;- flnt. Ircatlon; $00 er acre; deal with owner. Bo Y S49, Omaha Bee. Wisconsin Lands. WE OWN 150,000 ACRES. $7.50 to $25.00 per acre. Reasonable terms. - GRIMMER LAND CO., h Marinette, Wisconsin. FARM AND RANCH LANDS Wyoming Lands. A CATTLKMAN'S PARADISE. 1,.00-ACRK RANCH. Ixtrated in th far-famed Laramie val ley Wyoming, close to the city of lara mlo, the educational center of Wyoming. The State university ts located here; also the stats experimental stork farm. This place has telephone and free rural de livery. This ranch will run 10,000 sheep: ts all fenced, and Is one of the beat im proved ranches in the- state. Price only $9 per acre; owner selling on account of old age. BIO 4 RBAT.TT CO.. 10JA-K W. O. W. Hldg P. 34M MiscciUncotts. CH VRRNMKNT LANDS -Many thousand acre, agrl.ultnral and Umber, In Oregon and California, railroad grant lands, will be opened to homestaad and sale; large sectional map and entry mod! Orations. .n format Ion about oounty soils, products, climate, rainfall, elevations, etc. postpaid, $1. Conian Co.. 114 North lltb SU, rortiaoa, ure. AUTOMOBILES WILLTS-OVBRlND, INC USED CAR DEPT. Douglas S:r0. $047-4$ Overland Tourings and Roadsters. Stude baker Tourings. Maxwtll Tourings. Ford Tourings. Oskland Tourings Mitchell Tourings. Butck Tourings. Hudson Tourings. Terms if desired. Prompt attention given to ail OJt-of-town Mr era AUTO CLEARING HOUSE 3J0S Karnam 8L Doarlaa U10. 19 16 Dulrk Roadstnr SacMflr, lt 8axon RoaUalftT lata 1113 H.pmoblla ........ .Sacrifice 1116 Stoma Knliht aacrlfks. IS PCT. Cash rebate on yovr aato Insnrance pol icy if your ear is equipped wtth PBRRT LOCK. Phase Douglas I21T. 804 Dranrtels BMg. --101$ PAIGK. electrio equipped. $$10. 11014, $-60 Maxwell speedster, $400, Several second-hand Franklins. TELL UINKLKT. 2811 Harney St. D. 1IT0. AUTOMOBILK OWNERS A membership with us entitles you to free oar tuspoo tlon, cleaning, repairing, etc Farther In formation, address Auto Savings Ob., Gen eral Delivery, WE will trade yoa a new Ford for your old one. INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO., 10th and Harney. Douglas SS$1. 2 IN 1 VUL. CO., 161$ raven port St. iO Per Ceat Saved on Tear Tire Rtpensa. J. 4442, CR SSTOWN garage, 115 B. 84th St. parts ' r Hi p 80, Apperson '0$ and uiflj ii. I ons, $z, eto. WILL pay CASH FOR several used TWcH CYLINDER CARS. Phone Harney 670$ and aak for JOHN. 1014 Hupmoblle roadster at bargain; elec tric Mghu. aelf-slarter. Call Harney 410$. BERTSCHY "Kan-Flx-IL" Southeast oor ner 20th snd Harney Sta. Douglas 261. A uto Livery and Garages. EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 2010 .Har ney St. Tyler 666. Auto Repairing and Painting. $100 reward for magneto ws eaa't repair. Colls repaired. Baysdorfer, $10 N. 18th. NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service, sod prices right. 21$ a lth, D. 7J0. PERSONAL THE GREATEST GAIN U.TSi In Paid Want-ads ever mads by an Omaha paper, is the record of THS (OMAHA BUS for 111$. BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATB. THE Salvation Army Industrial homo so licits your old elo thing, furniture, maga tlnes. We collect. We d Is tribute. Phone Doug. 412$ and our wagon will call. Call and Inspect our now horns. 1110-1112-1H4 Dodge St. MISS LARSON Baths, massage and mani curing. Scalp and facial massage. Blasts Institute, l&Ofi Harney SL D, 7v7. Open evenings ana Sundays. PRIVATE homo for Invalids and sick dso. pie. L, Honig $843 Pratt 8L Colfax SSsi, MISS LILLY Bath, massage. 1322 Par man St. Phone Doug. $410. LI! ELLA WEBSTER, massage and mani curing. 618 Paxton Blk. Red $400, MISS S. BENJAMIN, manicuring, facial, scalp treatment. Staats Lis. 1600 Harney. MISS NASH DRUOMAN, MlentlOc masseuse and baths. 203 Karbach Blk. Red 2727, ALL Right Private Maternity Home, 3011 Miami St. Webster 2008, SCIENTIFIC 620 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas UTi. RROTT Magnetic massage. 2424 Cuming MISS LILLY, mass., chiropody. 1322 Farnam. Manicuring and mass. 1$23 Farnam. Rm. 1$, Motorcycles and Bicyclist HARLET -DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES Bar- gains in used machines. Victor Roos, "The Motorcycle Man" 2703 Lea van worth. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS M. Ward, traate, to Bankers' InvpKtmnt company, northwest corner Thlrty-seTenth and Orand avenue. fi0x1S6 Elmer S. Kedlck to Frank Iaar, . et al., W street, &0 feet west of Thirty-sixth street, south aide, bsx "I , ISO Kalpn M. McNamara and wife to W. Krne. Twenty-fourth streer ! feet north of Bristol street, weal side. 33,1 IS. 7 1 Bridge! King and hushsnrf to David F. Tubbe, Twenty-eighth avenue 207 feet sooth of Plnkney, east side: 42x120 2,490 vletor l.ynnequest and wife to Reln hardt .T. Mayer, Webster street, ar.fl feet eaet of, Ftfty-flrst street, north Kid,'. 50x135 4.000 Oru Van Kiuidt to Nell p. Muntfer ing, Thrrty-fonrth street, 140.8 feet norlh of Frances street, went side. 60x155 1 Frank Sydow to A. Karoltne Sydow. Twenty-third street, 92 feet sonth of Hprlng. east side, 46x158 1 Frank Sydow to Henry Otto Sell, nontheant corner Twenty-third and Spring streets, 02x158 1 Byron W. If nil and wife, et al., to ruahmsn c. Hall, Orphanage ave nue, Benson, 100 feet north of Read ntreet, west side, b0xl8 . .......... . 1 Michael Id. Clark- to Charles Lsdd Thomaa, Forty-sixth street, 00 feet south -of California, west side, 40k 100 133 Delia C. Patrick and husband to Wil liam H. Craaaay, Vinton street, 200 feat east of Tblrty-aaveDth street. north aide, 50x124 1A tiert uescn and wue to Frume Lon don, Indiana street, 60 foot east of Thlrty-mth street, north side, OOx 71 3.100 Bankers' Realty Investment company to Kdlth J, Cook, northwest comer Thlrty-eeventh and Orand avenue, SOxtll .. 1 Charles W. Martin and wife to James A. Lyons, at aX, Redlck avenue, 43.5 feat west of Twenty-algbth avenue, north side, 42x120 ,so Charlas w, Martin and wife to James A. Lyons, et al., Bauman street. 127.5 feet west of Twenty-eighth avenJM. north side, 42x120 35, Charles A. Martin snd wife to Kmtni P. Leeder, Twenty-ninth street, 303.7 feet south of Pacific, west side, 30x 148 1 Soott & Hill Co. to Francesco Greco, el al., northwest corner Twenty-second and Grace streets, 36x140 i LEGAL NOTICES. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETTNQ. The annual meeting of the atok holders of The Bea Publishing Company will be held at the offlcs of said company, Omaha. Nebraska, at 4 o'eloek p. m on Monday, March itb, 1017, (or tba ejection of lb Board of Directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of each other ousi nees as may properly come before the mssl log. By order of the President. N. P. FEIL, Secretary. : ; S46 -Fd28t NOT1CB OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINO Notice Is hereby given that the regalar annual meeting of the stockholders of tbe South Platte Land Company will be bald at the office of aald Company. Room 701, first National Bank Building, Lincoln, Ne. braaka. at 11 o'clock a. m.. on the Seventh day of March A D 1(17, LtuooU, Nebraska, March (tb. HIT! C. H MORRILL, Preeldent, W. W, TURNER, Secretary and Treasurer. S4T-F(d8 DAN CUPID IS BUSY CHAP BBSS DAYS Great. Bush in Last Twenty row Honrs, Followed by Ac tivity in Divorce Courts. AVERAGE AGE IS LOWES Wednesday afternoon and Thurs day morning witnessed the greatest rush for marriage licenses at the court house for several months. More than twenty of the legal permits to wed were issued by "Cupid" Stubben dorf in the twenty-four-hour period. "Cupid" avers that the faint touch of early springlike weather must have awakened the "love bird," which as a rale does not start to get in its most deadly work until May or June. The approaching Lenten season probably is the principal cause of the storming of Douglas county's mar riage license desk by lovesick swains and maidens bent on traveling m sin gle harness. After Lent starts wed ding festivities and prenuptial cele brations are generally taboo in so ciety, hence the staging of the final act in the courtship game. Divorce Business Brisk. Simultaneously with the increased activity in the marriage license market business was unusuaty brisk in the divorce courts, a large grist of cases being filed and several decrees granted. "Cupid" indignantly denies that the two departments are working together, adding that he has figures to show how Old Divorce Bill could be dealt a knockout blow if prosper trve bridegrooms and brides would al' ways consult him before beginning their life sentences. Two of the couples applying for marriage licenses Thursday morning had been divorced once and were anx ious to make another try at the old game. Drs Duert of Omaha, 35 years old, and Cbloe Duert of Wabash, lnd., ii years old, told the marriage license clerk that they were going to let by gones be bygones. Another divorced duo, Harry Hedley, 24 years old, and Bertha Hedley, 19 years old, both of Omaha, couldnt stand remaining apart any longer. Average Age. Statistics compiled .by "Cupid' Stubbendorf on the last 100 marriage licenses issued show that the average age of the men was 25 years and the women 22 years. .This shatters all previous averages tor youthtmness, and would probably have been consid erably lower if several elderly cou ples, ranging from 50 years old to 70 years old, had not homed in on the younger couples' game. "Hello" Man's Wife Prefers Life of a Carnival Queen George L. Godfrey is bemoaning the fact that he picked out a mate who would rather be a carnival queen than the wife of a telephone lineman. He is suing Edith Godfrey for di vorce in' district court, alleging that they were married on April 15, 1915, and she left him to join a carnival company five days later. Myrtle Dofner would Le freed from Emmett Dofner on grouirds of al leged cruelty. Margaret A. Hughes was granted a decree of separate maintenance from John D. Hughes. Divorce decrees were granted to Anna Martin from Robert L. Martin, and Maggie H. Barnhart from Lyman Barnhart. Holmes of Anita Head of Iowa Lumber Dealers E. W. Holmes of Anita, la., was elected president of the Southwestern Iowa Lumber Dealers' association at the close of the one-day convention held at the Hotel Rome yesterday. S. E. iWainwright of Lenox, Is., was made vice president, P. H. Potter of Harlan secretary, and the follow ing were elected directors: Charles T. Waits, Lake View; H. M. Finkbine, Atlantic; H. C Cox, Oskaloosa; T. D. Phillips, Henderson. The Omaha lumber jobbers enter tained the visiting delegates at a ban quet in the evening at the Hotel Rome, and the visitors reciprocated by entertaining the local jobbers at a theater party afterward. O. W. Dunn of Omaha presided as toastmaster. Mr. Anderson of Clarinda. Ia., and W. Boyd Smith of Omaha responded to toasts. , Much of the discussion of the after noon was given to the subject of keeping building plans in lumber of fices in order to allow customers to select plans when they are contem plating building. Some of the lum ber dealers are coming to feel that it is important that they do more than merely sell the lumber to be used in a house and that they carry plans for the accommodation of their customers besides. President A. T. Wheeler of Corning, la., was strong for this plan. Holdup Slashes Victim Until He Gives Up Coin Mike McCue, laborer, was badly cut up at midnight by a holdup who took $12 from Mike. The holdup merely asked Mike for a quarter. When McCue refused the stranger pulled a big knife and began to slash McCue. McCue then sub mitted to having his pockets ran sacked, and was the loser of $12. He was found by the police and taken to the station, where he is getting medi cal attention. McCue lived at the Star; hotel. Sees No Further Danger From Spinal Meningitis Health Commissioner Connell re ports that no new cases of cerebro spinal meningitis have been reported to the health department. Notwith standing a number of deaths from this disease since January 1, he does not regard the situation as serious. Phy sicians are requested to report all cases promptly, as required by law. Negro Insults Women On the Public Streets tost Mingo Porter, 2017 North Twen- X t iL -a. a 1 I rJ"'ie J - . ry-iourin aireei, coioreu, $63 ana costs in the police court. Porter was charged with making a number of in sulting remarks to women. Omaha Company Wins Fight for Many Thousands The American Fidelity company of Monlpelicr, Vt., lost its case against the Lion Bonding and Surety com pany of Omaha this week in federal district court here. The Vermont company had brought the case against the local company for the re covery of $29,300. The court directed the jury to return a verdict for the defendant. This case was of much concern to all corporate surety companies throughout the country by reason of the principle involved. The Amer ican Fidelity company executed on December 3, 1913, a depository bond on behalf of the La Salle Street Trust and Savings bank of Chicago, III., running to the city of Chicago, III., to guarantee the deposits of city funds in that hank. A portion, amounting to $25,000, of this risk was offering to the Lion Bonding and Surety company as reinsurance and Was by the "Lion" accepted. In June, 1914, the U Salle bank failed and it was at that time ascertained by the "Lion" that the American Fi delity company had unloaded its en tire risk and failed to retain any por tion whatsover as ultimate liability. On the ground that the "Lion" was unaware of any intention of the Amer ican Fidelity company to wholly un load the risk, the 'Lion" denied lia bility. Bishop Williams Issues Pastoral For His Diocese Rt Rer. A. L. Williams, bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Nebraska, has issued the following pastoral to his diocese for Lent; My Ifr nrthr,n: Tbf churrh'i nnal imuNin nf aHf-dftnUl, with hor tut Uyi of Ash Ww.nMdajr aod Good Friday, and her Fridays and othar wfik day In Lfint, an daya of abatlnenca from all food that do not onniitltute lh ataptM of life, with bar mult t plied public servlcM, and opportunities for lncra?d pri vate devotion, la at hand. I mleninly and affection alaly bid you to tha nbaervanoe of theae of our mother'! (spiritual requirement, and pray that her lovlnir eail to Inereaaed dnvotton In prayor and meditation. In Kuoh arlatli! worship, and frequent communions. In alma living and In personal service to others, may And a cheerful and ready re Lponne. "Let thy devotion abound In public and In private, according to the utmost of thy power. Weaken the power of earthly things over the by ahettnence from even lawful pleaaurea and dial rar lions, by retirement and Taut inn oft.' I jet the feet which shun the haunts of gaiety and pleasure, tread tha byways In ministries to those who suffer the miseries of poverty, atrknesa and want. Then shall your prayer-rise aloft on wlnga ot love and bring down showers of blessings from the prcsenne of Ood Himself upon your faithful souls." I look Into my New Testament, tha In spired book of the churrh, and I sea In the Sermon on the Mount our Lord's own words: "When ye fast, annolnt thy head and wash thy face; that thou be not seen of men to fast, but of thy Fa thar, who Is In secret: and thy Father who seeth In secret, shall reward thee openly. I know that Bt. Paul was ngnt tnn ne sua: "we are debtors, not to the flesh: for If we live after the flesh, wo must die: but If by the spirit ye put to dnaXh the deeds of the body, ye shall Irra." It Is just as If ona should amy, when the call of bent eotnea: "Ufe la am-toua mat tar at bast, generally attended wtth pam. Usually, I try to dis guise It or lighten It Now. tor once, I will strip It hare and see It as It ts." And the disciplinary, remedial result Is most wholesome, for K brings us Into the spirit of Jesus Christ, to km Him as He is, and to become like Htm. The six needs of our times, so little real ised by the best of us, are: The attitude of obedience and reverence; tbe acknowledge ment of aln; the courage of conviction; the carrying of responsibility; the spirit of self-sacrifice, and the perswveraiica of our testimony. Kter wilt have a holy Joy for os. my heloved In Christ, If Ijent has our hallowed observance, and both priests and people are prepsred by penitent, prayerful prepara tion, to commemorate In Joyful Eucharist to worship and communions, the day of days, In which our Ixtrd Jesus Christ brought life and immortality to light, by His resurreo tlon from the dead. Affectionately, your friend and bishop, ARTHTTR U WILMAMS, Blahop of Nebraska. Sloan's Liniment applied to a sore, rat, wound or bruise prevents Infection and blood polaon. Bsc. All druggists. Adv. Give your Want Ad a chance to make good. Run it in The Bee. I m v , t , via Chicago, and luxurious, comfortably- heated, apsttjoqe eara, prevail with strgry motWn travel cosv vniemc oi high grada railway tank, via CMcaf A North Waatarn Ry. offer an excellent opportunity to (at away from disagree able winter's cold and dearth of outdoor enjoyment. These fares are for round trip tickets from Omaha, via Chicago, on sale duly, with retarn Rmit of June 1, 1917, and provide for liberal stopover en route. Fares from ad jacent joints are correspondingly lew. Aofoata, Ca. Charleston, S. C Havana, Cuba JACKSONVOJLE, Fla. (direct) Jacksonville, via Waehingtoa Key Weet, Fla. -Ifiiirmniee, Fla. 9S2.7T S4.B6 2. IS S4J6 63.76 S7.6S tiM Chicago & Northwestern Ry. VM TURNS ON CAS TO WIN BACK HUBBY Quarreling Pair is Recon ciled When Woman Tries This Scheme. FALLS AS IF IN A FAINT According to the methods of .one Omaha wife, a woman can win a husband to her way of thinking by turning on the gas and otherwise set the scenery for a tragic leave-taking. It does not seem to matter ' much whether the stunt is genuine or not, just so the husband believes it is real. This case came within the jurisdic tion of the family rehabilitation de partment of the Welfare board. The wife in the case is 24 and the hus band 28, with a child 3 years and an infant of 6 months. The wife left her home and parents in Denver when she was married in Omaha four years ago. She yearned to return, to her Colorado home, but the husband was not in:lii,ed that way, I'.ot until he discovered his wife in a bedroom which gave evidence of escaping gas Wednesday morning. Calls Welfare Board. ' The husband works at night-time. Shortly after he returned home there was a quarrel. The wife went to her bedroom, turned on the gas, and in a few minutes fell to the floor. The noise of the fall attracted her hus band, who immediately telephoned for Mrs. Rose Ohaus, who previously had intervened with a helping hand. The outcome was that the husband promised he vonld move to Denver and that henceforth they would never, never quarrel. The humor of the situation is that when the wife fell from the bed to the floor there was not enough gas in the room to asphyxiate a mouse and the gas jet was turned on just enough to permit a leak. Indigestion and Biliousness. . You should not eat food of any kind when bilious, but take a full dose of Chamberlain't Tablets and drink plenty of water. That will cleanse the stomach, move the bowels and soon restore the system to a healthy condition. By the following morning you can eat sparingly of dry crusts of bread, vegetables and ce reals, but should eat no meat until the next day. Mrs. Wm. J. Tillman, Paris, III., says: "I have found Cham' berlain's Tablets splendid for indi gestion, headache and bilious attacks." 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