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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21. 1917.
11 FOR RENT APARTMENTS Miscellaneous. e-B. BEAUTIFUL FLAT, close In. SOU Pax ton Coyki, between 20th Ave. and 24th, Douglas and Farnam; NEW; (hi range, refrigerator, window shades and curtain roda all furnished: very utiotce; 136. 6-r. Id good location, 1806 Emmet, KountM Place: large porch and yard (as range furnished; very choice; 127.50. -r., 2SZ7 Davenport, bungalow flat vacant April 4; nearly now, stucco; very good: 929.60. ff-r., 1503 S. 37th; NEW; sleeping porch or tun parlor; nicely decorated; don't fall to tee this; 30. l-r., 1717-21 Park Ave., across from Kanscom Park; new oak floors, electric fixtures, and large porch; 130. SEND FOR OUR WEEKLY PRINTED T.IeT. OMAHA'S LARGEST RENTAL AOENCT. HASTINGS A HEY DEN, 1SU Har.. Ty. 50. APARTMENTS FOR RENT. 3-r., with 6-r, accommodations In the Mew Mtlton. 1954 Jones, s oum-in nfa.t, wall safes, garbage Incinerators; $37.00 summer. 143.50 winter. ; 3-r., with b-r, accommodations, Dewey. ' 8301 Dewey, new, has 2 built-in beds, good location; 3a summer, 140 winter. OUAHA'S LARGEST RENTAL AGENCY, HASTINGS A HEVDEX, Ml Harney. Tyler 60. RENTAL HEADQUARTERS FOR OMAHA. WANTED TO RENT Unfurnished Apartments and Houses. VJ5 must have more houses to rent, as we have practically rented every house on our list and we have hundreds of clients waiting and looking for good rental property. Call us for particulars. OMAHA'S LARGEST RENTAL AG'CY. HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, 1614 Har. Ty 60. WE) want more Houses and apartments lo rent. The fact that we have practically cleaned ut our big list Is conclusive proof of the efficiency of our rental service. If you' want to keep your places rented see . Payne Slater Co.. "Omaha's Rental , lien. 1 umaoa National uanx uiag. Douglas 101. lysccllaiheous. LANDLORDS, ATTENTION. We will secure a desirable tenant for your vacant store, house or flat within SO days If on the South Side and In a tenable condition, or pay you a month's rent. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., INCORPORATED, CAPITAL, 126,000. 492s & 24th St. Phone South 1247. MOVING AND STORAGE GORDON VAN CO. FIREPROOF "WAREHOUSE. Packing, storage and mov . Ing. 219 N. 11th St. Phone Douglas 394, FIDELITY m2"vick- FREE Phone Douglas 88 for complete Hat of vacant houses and apart ' ments. Also for storage, moving. 16th and Jackson Sts. METROPOLITAN VAN AND STORAGE CO. Careful attention given to orders for moving, packing or storage. Office at Raymond Furniture Co,, 1613 and 1616 Howard St. Phone Doug. d&-'4. FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE. ", Separate locked rooms for household goods and pianos; moving; packing and hipping. OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO., SOS So. 16th St. Douglas 4162. Globe Van and Storage Co. For real service In moving, packing and storing, call Tyler 230 or. Douglas 4335. HffTr1 Van and two men, IViaggani $i.is per hour. Van and Storage Co., Moving, Packing, Storage and Shipping. Phone Doug. 1496. J ft 'DTTIJ'TI Express Co. Moving, . J XXEjEjIJ packing and storage. 1207 Fsrnara St. Web. 2748. Doug. 6146. TWIN CITY EXPRESS CO., 1522 Cass St. Douglas 1717. Trunks stored a specialty. REAL ESTATE IMPROVED West. .West Farnam District t rooms, strictly modern, practically new briok and stucco house, including sun room and sleeping porch; hot water heat; beautifully finished and decorated, oak throughout; garage for 1 cars; lot" 66x 122; located near 38th and Cass, com , mending -a fine view , of the city. Price (16,600. Hiatt Company, 345-7-9 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 60. NEAR 48TH AND DOUGLAS Brand new 61room bungalow sll on first floor. Living room with built-in fire place and bookcases. Nice gunroom. Din ing room with swell built-in buffet; kit chen with built-in cupboards. Tile bath and base tub. Two nice bedrooms: oak finish and oak floors; floorpd attic; full cement basement; south front; paved street. . Owner leaving city has priced this at leas than cost. Must be sold by April J. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., R37 Omaha Nat'1 Bk. Bldg. D. 1781. A GENTLEMAN'S HOME. Overlooking Hans com Park. Plot 160x 180, contains twelve large rooms, three , baths with toilets, Innumerable closets and nantrles. steam heat, seven fireplaces and finished in oak and mahogany. Price $11,000. and inly $2,500 oast- required. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., 26 & 24th St. Phone South 1247; THE FEBRUARY SCORE, of Paid Classified compared with 1916 THE BEE gained 8967 lines THE NEWS gained 770 lints THE WORLD-HERALD LOST. .14 lines Figures compiled by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an independent audit bureau. CATHEDRAL DISTRICT $200. DOWN AND $25 A MONTH. 7-roem strictly modem home; located near 40th and Cuming; full basement; furnace heat; south front; bargain figure - PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., $37 Omaha Nafl. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781. WEST Farnam home, rooms, modern ; most be sold Immediately. For prices and terms, apply to H. Fischer, Trustee. Doug. 1966. 1418 First Nat. Bank Bldg. FOR SALE Must sell modern Lomn; sleep ing porch and garage, In vicinity of Crelghton university. Terms. Telephone Harney 3096. 8-ROOM HOUSE, big front porch, balcony, chicken house; two lots, all fenced; one block to car, two blocks to school. Call Colfax 1069. North. Emmet, Near 24th, 6 Rooms, $3,000 Completely modern and In good condl tlon. Well arranged good-Blzud rooms. Fifty-foot lot. Paved street. A very de sirable. property at a low price. Armstrong-Walsh Co., REALTORS, 333 Rose HIdg. Tyler 1536. $250 CASH, $28.50 per month, will buy u new bungalow of 6 rooms and bath; oak finish, with oak floors even In kitchen; has a number of special features, high grade lighting end plumbing fixtures, full cement basement, furnace heat. Lot (Ox 130. Price cut to $2,800. RASP BROS.. 210 Keellne Blflg. Tyler 721. NEW BUNGALOW. Five rooms, strictly modern, finished In oak. Located at 3923 N. 25th St. Price 13,160. Terms, Will take small cottage In trade. NORRIS & NORRIS, 40ft Bee Dldg. Phone Douglas 4279. 1TH AND HALL AVE,, a new 6-r. bunga low, osk finish with oak floors, furnace -heat, floor drain; house just decorated, fine lot, paved street and paid. Price $3,250; $260 cash, or would consider vacant lot or smaller place ss part payment; easy walk ing distance. No car faro. RASP BROS., 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721. REAL ESTATE IMPROVED North. -5TH AND F1nWySt., rhuiay. new. Mtory bungalow, 6-r.. and steeping porch, oak finish, house Just decorated, full base ment, nice lot, location all one could auk for; paved St. Price, $3,950. Easy terms. RASP BROS.. 310 Keellnw BUlg. Tyler 721. BEAUTIFUL FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW. Will sacrifice O.S00 equity for $800 cash. Brand new, oak floor; oak and white en amel fin tali. Phone Colfax 4193. South. NEAR HANSCOM PARK, BRAND NEW. C rooms, with sleeping room on first floor; oak finish in living rooms; plenty of closets; furnace; modern in every de tail; paved street; nice location; close to Hatiscom park; close to school. Price only $3,600; $300 down, balance terms. Something nice for the money. C G. CARLBERG (Realtor), 310-31J Urandeis Theater Bldg. A GOOD HOME. $4,250 for an 8-r., strictly modern house. oak floors, all In best of repair. 1329 South 28th St., near schools, churches and nandy to car line, WORLD REALTY COMPANY, Douglas 634!. . Sun Theater Bldg. SIX-ROOM bungalow; hot water'heat; paved street; near Hanscom Park, $2,800. Be quick If you wish this bargain. G. P. stebblns. FOR SALE by owner, 3 acres, good house, an Kinds or rrmt, walnut 2"4J. Miscellaneous. 2444 Manderson, $2,750 7 -room modern house, with south front lot, good barn, terms same as rent. 2015 North 20th, $3,500 7 -room house, with hot water heat. Terms easy. 824 South 36th, $3,600 6 rooms, 2-story all modern bouse; good high east front corner lot, one block from car. Very easy terms. Hanscom Park, $4,000 An attractive 7-room modern house, nearly new; full east front lot, one block south of Hanscom Park. Estra good value. 508 South 29th, $5,000 9 rooms, good condition; new oil burner: lot 76x140, with garage. Lot alone worth $400. 605 South 28th, $5,000 8 -room modern house, with lot, 100x141, A big snap for close-in home. 5001 Cass St., $5,500 Best bargain In Dundee; T rooms with breakfast room; fully modern; good con dition. Corner lot with garage for two cars. Bemis Park, $6,000 9 rooms, quarter-eawed oak finish, hot water heat, finished attic, basement plas tered. Full lot on Lafayette Ave. Blvd., near 38 th. West Harney, $6,000 Offer wanted for 9-room modern home, with garage, south front lot. on Harney, east of 36th. Terms easy. 1629 Spencer, $6,250 Offer wanted for this complete bunga low of 7 rooms: thoroughly modern; well built, with cement drive and garage. Terma very easy. West Farnam, $11,000 10 rooms, high-class stucco home, less than 2 years old, located on 37th St., handy, to oar. A very attractive, well built home. Terms easy. GLOVER & SPAIN (Realtors), Douglas 3962. ' 919-20 City National. MONTCLAIR BUNGALOW. Stucco construction, 6 large light rooms, Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Pries $3,800. Easy 'terms. Another now build ing for $3,660. Call Douglas 1722 days. Walnut Kiel) evenings.- YOUNG man, Is "Homeward Bound" your slogan? You win the girl, wu'U hep you wine a home. INTERSTATE REALTY" CO., 929-30 City Nat. Doug. 8862. S-ROOM cottage, $200 cash. . k ..... .$1,400.00 7 -room ho us, $300 cash ...$2,000.00 HUFFMAN, 413 Be Bldg. NEW bungalow, also 8-r. and gardening, your terms and price; in v. with $400 rent 3 houses (cost $3,500). z.5o. u. aii'7. J. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Inaur- anca, 442 Bee Bldg. Douglas 8097. WORLD REALTY CO., ,!,?,:,""' R. a TRUMBULL. 613 World-Herald Bldg: I. 1734. REAL ESTATE Unimproved West. TWO acres, vacant, three blocks north of Country club. City water, cement side walks. $1,850, $260 cash, $10 per mo. Will build house on this and sell on terms, CLARK REALTY CO., Doug. 1999. ACCOUNT being transferred from city will uell equity in C0xl28-foot lot, with well, cement wnlks and blocks (or foundation; three-fourth block eouth 62d and Center. Box 2218, Ree. WE have I good lots near 3titb and Cali fornia, in cathedral district. Price right F. D. Wead, lift 8. 18tb St. THE FEBRUARY SCORE of Paid Classified compared with 1111 THE BEE gained 1,967 Unas THE NEWS gained 770 lines THE WORLD HERALD LOST. . 14 lines Figures compiled by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an Independent audit bureau. North; AFTER looking at MINNA LUSA 200 dif ferent buyers decided that it was the best proposition on the market and they backed tholr judgment by buying lots. IF YOU will come out today you will understand why the others are buying. CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO. 742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 18T. 8 ACRES, partly improved, north part of city. H. .Mo bring,' 2204 Webster St, Doug. 8084. Miscellaneous. Full SALE Acre tract in Longdate Addi tion; two blocks from car line; cash or easy terms. Address Box 2062, Bee. BEAUTIFUL ' ot lots. rice iZZQ, only $2 cash and 50 cents per wee;.. Doug. 839a. FARMS, acreage and Dundee property a, specialty. S. ARION LEWIS, 408 Bet. REAL ESTATE Investment. 7 GUARANTEED YOU On your money In any amount by HOME BUILDERS, Inc., 11.01) Shares. Omaha. THE FEBRUARY SCORE of Paid Classified compared with Kit: THE BEE gained 8,87 linn THE NEWS tallied 770 lines THE WORLD-HERALD LOST.. 14 lines Figures complied by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an Independent audit bureau. ArARTMENT. $76,0fl0, In come 12 per cent; one year old; very fine location; mortgage 115,000 and will accept $20,000 In trade; bal ance cash or negotiable paper,. CALKINS CO.. Dooglaa lilt. City Nat. Bank Bldg. SEE L'8 FOR INVESTMENT AND SPECULATIVE PROPERTY. A. P. TUKEY fc SON, REALTORS, 620 First Na Mo n al Bank Bldg. REAL ESTATE WANTED THE FEBRUARY SCORE of Paid Classified compared with ISIS: THE BEE gained 8,887 llnea THE NEWS gained 770 line, THE WORLD-HERALD LOST. . 14 llnea Figures compiled by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an Independent audit bureau. WANTED I, I and .-room houses that can be Bold for 1100 cash, .balance II, per month; lend complete description first letter. W. FARNAM SMITH & CO. 1820 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1064. LIST your 6 and 6 -room houses with us. WB SELL THEM. OSBORNE REALTY CO., Doug. 1474. REAL ESTATE To Exchange FOR BALE or trade, 649 acres, Brown Co., Neb., 30 acres broke, $12.60 per acre; mortgage 81,000. Owner will trade for SO, 49 seres, clone In. 831 BrandelS Bldg. Paul flydon. Phone Douglas 8711. WE have some good homes and rental prop- rtlea for Neb. or Iowa land, Edward g1. Williams Co., Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN Benson. 20 Acres Improved Near Benson 17 Acres Now in Crops No crops to put In. 6 acres In grapes. 9 acres In asparagus. Young orchard. 1 acre under poultry fencing. I -room house, furnace. 5 -room bunk house. Barn and garage. Wagon shed. Price only $506 per acre. Call Tyler 60 and ask for Mr. Man villa. HASTINGS & HEYDEN , (Realtors) 1614 Harney Street. Dundee. DUNDEE BARGAINS. BETWEEN S0TH & 51ST ON n DAVENPORT. T-room. strictly modern two-story home. Corner lot, paved street, paving paid. Oarage and cement drive. Owner leav ing city, has priced at $6,000. 6-room, strictly modern bungalow; oak finish and oak floors. Full cement base ment; furnace heat Lot $0x136; south front; paved street Beamed ceilings; French windows: tile bath, Price $6,ooo. We also have one similar In the same block $4,760. 7 -room, strictly modern horns. Four rooms and bath on first floor; three bed rooms on second. Oak finish and oak floors. Hot water heat. Gargae and ce ment drive. South front; paved street. Bargain figure. These are all worth the money. Soe us for appointment. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.. DUNDEE PROPERTIES. Well located lots on easy terms. Mod ern, attractive homes. Before buying be sure and see GEORGE & CO., DUNDEE homes and homealtes. Shuler A Cary. 204 Keellne Bldg. South Side. HOME8BEKER8, ATTENTION. On a email cash payment we will buy the lot you select, built a home after your own plana and you can pay for It on small monthly payments, without extra Interest. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. INCORPORATED CAPITAL 121.000. 4936 So. 21th St. Phone South 1247. MEDIUM PRICED HOMES. On the South Side, on full alaed lots, ranging from 11,800 to $3,000 In different localltlea, with all city Improvements, near achoola and churches: can be bought from us on a small cash payment. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. 4021 So. 14th St. Phone South 1247. HERE IS A BARGAIN. Two 4-roora houaea on corner lot, 50x160, on car line and paved street. One rente for II a month, and live In the other. Fries 11,100 for both, only 1300 cash. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.. 4121 So. 14th St. Phone South 1247. FINANCIAL IF YOU HAVE $500 YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE DOUBLE ITSELF FOR YOU IN THREE YEARS, ANSWER THIS AD. and tell tie where to find you. No money? Don't answer. We're busy. Box 2157, See. H. W. BINDER. Money on hand for mortgage loans. City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages. CITT and farm loans promptly made. Rates 6, &H and 4 per cent Reasonable com mission, ' UNITED STATES TRUST CO., 212 Southern, Omaha, Neb. City and Farm Loans 6, $tt and 6 per cent. Also first mort gages on farms and Omaha real estate for sale. J. H. Duraont Co., 416-18 Keellne Bldg., 17th and Harney, 6 PER CENT to per cent on best class city residences In amounts $2,000 up; also farm loans. Reasonable commission. PETER8 TRUST CO., 1821 Farnam St rT- irr.TTD REALTY CO., REAL ESTATE uis rwui FARMS AND CITY, 1014 W. O. W. Bldg. Doug. 8486. SHOPEN 4 CO., PRIVATE MONEY. MONEY on and for city and farm loans. -J4. W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg. $3,000 MTOE., bearing b pet semi-annual, secured by property valued at $12,200. Tal-madge-Loomis Inv, Co., W. O, W. Bldg. $1,200 MTQE., bearing 6 pet semi-annual, secured by property valued at $6,509. Tal-madge-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg. 512 CITT LOANS. OARVIN BROS., Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. 6 MONET HARRISON MORTON, 1, Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. OMAHA HOMES. EAST NEB, FARMS. O KEEFB R, E. CO., 1011 Omaha Hat. FARM and city loans, 6-1 and I per cent. W. H, Thomas, Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1041. CITT and farm loans, lowest rates. E. H. LOUGEE. Inc., 131 Keellne Bldg. NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS. W. T. GRAHAM. 004 BEB BLDO. 1100 to 110.000 made promptly. F. D. Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts. LOW RATES. C. G. CARLBERG, 313 Bran- dela Theater Bldg. D. 636. Stocks and Bonds, VE offer for aale at bargain prlcea: 10 pfd. and com. Commonwealth mortgage, 100 Coffetone, t Price Cereal, 200 Rainy Mall Ex. Ws pay spot cash for any se curities of value. Wm. H. Wood dt Co., 687-8.1 Andrus Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn. Miscellaneous:. GALLAGHER & NELSON Represent prompt pay Insurance com panleg. 844 Brand els Bbdg,, Omaha, Neb. Abstracts of Title. 10$ 8. 17th St., ground floor. Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co. REED ABSTRACT CO., Oldest abstract of fice In Nebraska, 10$ Brandels Thester. REAL ESTATE B'nes. Pr'pty H. A. WOLF, Realtor, Ware Blk. Specialist in aowntown business property. FARM AND RANCH LANDS Florida Lands. RAISE. ALFALFA In FLORIDA (Natal Hay) this winter. First cutting, 90 days; $89 and $90 annually on $80 land. 26 Paxton Blk., Walnut 2617 (evenings). Iowa Lands, WILL sell at a sacrlflc 12 acres adjoining Council BlulTs, 1$ acres bearing grapes; 2 acres garden. J. S. Mosbacher, 163s Mad ison Ave., Council Bluffs. Michigan Lands. LAND SEEKERS Splendid opportunity for farm renters and wage earners to get farm homes. Small or large tracts, suitable for general farming, stock, dairying, poultry, vegeta bles, fruit Located In Michigan's best counties. Near towns, schools, good mar kets. Prices, $18 to $25 an acre, $6 to $100 down, balance small monthly or yearly pay menu. Write for literature and full Information free. I want to tell you all about this conntry. Owner, George W. Swlgart. D. 1246, Flret National Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111. FOR SALE CLOVER-LAND FARMS. Grains thrive. Drouth, hall unknown. Root crops, dairying, graslng, Ideal. Fine roads, market; 148 growing days. Aver age killing frosts October 8. Terms easy. Oeorge Rowell, Jr., It Bacon Blk., Mar quette, Mich. FARM AND RANCH LANDS Montana Lands. lii1 ACttKS, Improved: adapted to almost spy purpose; msil and city school routi good terma Add. D. Suittllo. Three Forks. Mont. Missouri Lands. SMALL MO, Farm $10 cash and M month ly; no interest or taxes; highly productive land; close to 2 big markets. Write for photographs and full Information. Munger, A-119 N. Y. Life Bldg . K annus City, Mo. Nebraska Lands. THE FEDRUART 8CORB. of Paid Classified compared with 1916 THE BKE gained 897 lines THE NEWS gained 77 lines THE WORLD-HERALD LOST. ,14 lines Figures compiled by Warlleld Adv. A goy.. an Independent audit b u reau. CHOICE ISO-acre Gag county farm, tm proved; 139 arret under plow, one 14 miles from town ana scnooi. ARCHER REALTY CO., SSO 1? ramie I g Bldg. SMALL Nebraska farms on easy payments t acres up. We farm the farm we sell you, Thu Hungvrford Potato Growers' As sociation, 10th and Howard Sts., Omaha. IOUKlS 9371. WKT Und mado dry enough for crops or no pay Is our way of draining land. No tract too large or too wet. Ouarantee Drainage Co., Oakland, Neb, FOR 8 A LB Unimproved quarter, Lodge Pole; clear; terms. W, 8. Kearney, '-JluMMuiauJltil AUTOMOBILES near Craig, WILLYS-OVERLAND, INC, USED CAK DEPT. Douglas 329. 2047-49 Farnam Touring cars and roadsters of Overland. Studebsker, Maxwell, Ford, Oakland, Mitchell, Bulrk and Hudson makes. TERMS IF DESIRED. Prompt attention given to all Interested out-of-town buyers. THE FEBRUARY SCORE, of Paid Classified compared with 1916 THE RF.B gained 89R7 limui THE NEWS gained 770 lines THE WORLD-HERALD lost... 14 lines Figures compiled by Warfleld Adv. Agcy., an Independent audit bureau. TlM CUALMKRS"l A bargain if taken at once. Marion Automobile Co., Council AUTO CLEARING HOUSE 2209 Farnam St. Douglas 1310. IS.flO $200 $1.0 $S76 Light Six Paige ... Ford touring Briscoe tour In . Bute It touring 31 S. 34TH ST. CROS8TOWN GARAUE. D. 4442. 1914 Paige touring, electric lights and starter, 6 tires and rims; just over hauled. Sold for charges, $216. FOR sale, cheap for rash, late model five passenger car. Will take Ford In part payment Call after t p. m. 1431 S. Sixteenth St. WB will trade you a new Ford for your old one. INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO., 30th and Harney. Douglas SJ11. C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO. Used Car Dept. 2318-19 Farnam St Douglas IBS. Almost any make at reasonable prices. 1916 FORD, looks like new, runs like new; Is almost new. Price $800. Call at 1619 Howard St. TELL ft B INK LEY, Auto repairing; expert merhanlcs. 1318 Harne:- St. D. 1640. 2 IN 1 VUL CO., loi. uavenpori nt. 60 Per Cent Saved on Tear Tire Expense. BERTSCH5T "Kan-Fix-It." Southeast cor ner 30th and Harney fits. Douglas 2B63. CASH FOR TOUR l'SE! CARS. AUTO EXCHANGE. 2107 TARNAM. D. 8086. Wanted. WANTED Ford roadster from private fam ily. 1916-14-17 model, for about $100 cash. Address Jack Iiawon. Kennard, Neb, R. V. D. 1, care Chris Jensen. Auto Livery and Garages. WHITE A CALFE garage, 738 8. 27th, suc cessors to Smith A Deafner Garage; day and night storage; repairs and supplies. A chnnre to plesse you Is what we ssk. EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al ways ready.' Omaha Oarage, $019 Har ney St. Tyler 66$. . Auto Repairing and Painting. $100 reward for magneto we can't repair. Coils repaired. Bayndorfer. $10 N. 18th. NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service, and prices right. 218 8. 19th. P. 7890. Motorcycles and Bicycles HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES .Bar gains In used machines. Victor Roos, "The Motorcycle Man," 2708 Leavenworth, MEDICAL DR. E. n, TARRT, PILES, FISTULA , CURED. Dr. E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and other rectal diseases without surgical op eration. Cure guaranteed and no money paid until cured. Write for book ou rec tal diseases with testimonials. DR. B, R, TARRY. ' 340 Bee Bldg. Omaha, Neb. WHY SUFFER ? Latest and Most Scientific Treatment for All Diseases. Dr. Charles Barnes, 618-610 Rose Bldg. Examination and Consultation free. He Is curing thou sands. WHY NOT TOUT Delays are dan gerous. If you can't call, write. Hours 9 a. m. to ( p, m 7:80 to 1:80 evenings, Sunday by appointment. RADIUM water baths and Hot Springs mer cury treatment for rheumatism. Dr. M. Fyor, 14 Patterson Blk. u. IZ4. RUPTURE Successfully treated without a surgical operation. Call or write vr. Frank H. Wray, $08 Bee Bldr Chiropractors. DR. KNOLLENBERG, SANITARIUM. Lady attendant, 24th and Farnam. P. 71tS. Dr. J. C. Lawrence7Baird Bl A g. D, 8 461. Dr. Frances Dawson. 102-8 Rose Big. T. 3186. Drs. Johnston, 1825 W. O. W. Bldg. P. $629. Dentists. Dr. Bradbury, No Pain. 912 W. Q. W. Bldg. Taft's Dent Rms., $08 Rose Bldg. D. $18$. POULTRY AND PET STOCK Cyphers' incubators and hovers. Stewart's sued store, is . jetn m. opp. r. u. Queen Incubators and colony hovers. Stew arts Seed Htort lis jv. letn. upp. i u. FOR SALE Beautiful Angora kitten, house broke, reasonable. Phone Tyler 1262; BUFF ORPINGTON eggs, 76c dozen; fine stock; winter layers. Red 6100. WHITE Rock eggs for sale. Benson 6014. Screenings, $1.60, 100, Wagner, $01 N. 16th. PERSONAL THE Salvation ArroV Industrial Home so- He Its your old clothing, furniture, maga zines. We collect. We dlstrlbut . Phone Doug. 4126 and our wagon will call. Call and Inspect our new home. 110-1112-1114 Dodge St. ETTA STURGESS, massage, electric Turk ish baths, manicuring, facial and scaip treatments. 160$ Harney. Open evenings and Sunday. MECHANO-THERAPY treatments. Miss Hallo ran, 222-8 Neville block, 16th and Harney. MISS EDNA, scientific massage, 228 Ne ville B!k. Open evmings and Hundnys. LUELLA WEBSTER, massage and mani curing. 611 Paxton Blk. Red 2400. MAD BR CO MAN, scientific mseseuse and baths, 308 Karbach Blk. Red 2727. ALL Right Private Maternity Home, 8011 Miami st, webster mob. SCIENTIFIC massage, $20 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4371. HISS LILLY, bath, massage. 1322 Farnam. VIOLET RAY treatment 421 Bee Bldg. Manicuring and mass. 1628 Farnam. R. 19. Horses Live Stock 'Vehicles 1 PAIR uf horses, :.40A lbs.. $K'0; 1 cheap horse, $40; 8 laundry wagons, buggy, Web. 2M88. 411 JC. 24th. FOR BAT.K1 mikh cows, both fresh. 1913 M, St. H'ore,also buggy A harm. 3132 S. Zs'lhHt MONEY TO LOAN LOOK! LEGAL RATE LOANS t LOOK ! $ 40.00 costs you $ $.26 for six months, 103.00 coats you $0.27 for one year, 164.00 cou you 11.20 for one year. 204.00 ooeta you 40.80 for one year, 300.00 coals you $0.90 for one year. Other amount in proportion, EASY PAYMENTS. VTMOST PRIVACY. OMAHA LOAN COMPANY. 840 Paxton Blk. Tel. Doug. 1291. FURNITURE, pianos and notes ss security. $40, 4 mo., H. goods, total cost, $8.60. $40, $ mo.. Indorsed notes, total cost. $t.A Smaller, larger am'ts. proportionate rate. PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY. Organised by Omaha Business Men. 432 Roue Bldg., lath and Farnam. Ty. 664. IVi pet. on Dla. Gross, 414 N. Ifth. R. 4081. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Anna M. Ecknu-n end husband to Maggie Albrecht. Pine s'reet 19 6 east of Thirty -fifth street, south side. 44x188 $8,600 Hsnt Lngs A Heydtn to John B. Thompson, Maple street, 114.6 feet west of Twenty-eighth avenue, south side. 40x127 $00 Hiram N, Way and wife to Belle Q. Evans, Franklin street, 400 feet weat of Thirty. eighth street, north side, 60x130 1 Thomas Hortor snd wife to John L. Roach, northeast corner Twentieth and G streets. 46x130 160 Conservative Savings and Ixan Asso ciation to Rosa M. Hoyt, Forty second street, forty-six feet south of Harney street, eant side, 47a 12$ : 1 Emma P. Sharp to Maude R. Hiram, Hmmet street, 140 feet cat of Six teenth street, north side, 60iU4.... $.700 Barker Co. to William J. Morlng, Nicholas street, forty-seven feel east of Thirty-first street, south side, 47x120 1 Blanche J, Elwood to Fred Lang, Jackson street, stity-flve feet west of Thirtieth street, south side, 26x94 1 Kste Brophy to D. Hunt, southwest corner Thirtieth and Titus avenue. 140x34'0; northwest corner Thir tieth and Monroe avenue, 106x140: Monroe avenue, 160 feet west of Thlrty-flrst street, north side, 90x 140 Marie Svoboda to Francis Svoboda, Twenty-sixth street, sixty feet north of D street, west side, ttfxtSO 1 Knte Brophy to Frank S. Melllnger, southwest corner Twenty-eighth avenue and Bauman street 130s 4M.6 1 Richard R. Evans and wife to George A. Greenough, northeast corner Fifty-fifth and Harney street, $0x100.. 1 Nancy M. Bryson and wife to Hugh E. Wallace and wife, Webster street, 300 feet east of Fifty-first street north side, 60x138 4.000 Oscar F. Drefold and wife to Ruth K, 8achs, Underwood svenue, 100 feet esst of Fifty-first street, north side, 60x128 Leon B. Carrie k to Oeorgs 8a Idle, Thirty-fifth avenue, 108 feet north of Martha atrset, east side, 80x123. 1,390 Fred Armbrust and wife to Flora J. Nolln, Camden avenue, I2S feet east of Twenty-fifth avenue, south tide, 46x116 1 Reuben W. Ross and wife to Alfred I. Crelgh, southwest rorner Twelfth and Cspltol avenue. 86x130 1 N. P. Dodge, Jr., and wife to Oliver J. Btratton, Pine street 187 feet east of Sixty-second street, north side, 46x182 389 LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will be received in the office of the Board of Commlslsoners of State In stitutions until I p. m. SATURDAY, MARCH 81, 191T, for furnishing labor and material, and the proper construction of a sewage disposal plant at the Inglesldo Hos pital tor insane, lngieslae, Nenraske, near Hastings, according to plans and specifica tions prepared by C. O. Marts, engineer, Plans and specifications of the foregoing Improvements may be ohtstned by request at the office of the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions, Lincoln. Each bid must be aocompanted by a cer tified cherk for $ per cent of the amount thereof, made payable to the Board of Com missioners of State Institutions. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS. Lincoln, Nebraska, March 19, 1917. By LEO MATTHEWS. H-3-M21-dlt Serlary, American Has Too Little Respect for Laws, Says Adams "We need new Commerce High school," said Principal Karl F. Adams at the conclusion of his talk' on "Cigaret Legislation in the Schools" before the general meeting of the Omaha Woman's club at the Metro politan club house Monday afternoon, "but when the appropriation is made, don't let your community get econom ical at the expense of a school audi torium. Leave off the roof or leave out the foundation if you think that is reasonable, but don't leave out a central auditorium." "We must train our boys and girls to have more respect for law," Mr. Adams began his talk. "The attitude of Americans in general toward law is that it is made to be broken if pos sible. One of the weaknesses of a democratic form of government is the frequent change of legislators. A multitude of laws is passed each time we have a new set of legislators, then the administration of these laws is turned over to a disinterested party. The result is' that we have little re spect for law." Rev. Arthur L. Weatherley of Lin coln gave the address of the after noon on "The Menace of Compulsory Service." "I believe in America, he said, "I believe in America as the greatest ideal that exists in the world. A man that is not willing to die for America is not worthy the name of a man, but there is a vast difference between dying for America and dying for the forces of greed which are setting the nations at each other's throats. These forces of greed are sayinff, 'We will take advantage of the excitement of the people, which has come as the result of the war, to put across our plans.' "Don't get excited and carried off your feet," begged Mr. Weatherley; "sleep over it as you would over a big money deal." Louis F. Swift Purchases Big Tract in California San Francisco, Cal., March 20. Louis F. Swift, president of Swift & Co.. burchased here todav 42.000 acres of San Joaquin Valley land for a price said to be $2,000,000 from the United States farm Lands company. O. A. Robertson of St. Paul, Minn., is associated with the Chicago packer in the deal. Swift plans to devote most of the land to sugar beet grow ing. Of the tract 8,000 acres are un der cultivation. Some Good Advice. "Don't think too much of your own methods. Watch other people's ways and learn from them." This is good advice, especially when bilious or con stipated. You will find many people who use Chamberlain's Tablets for these ailments with the best results, and will do well to follow their ex ample'. Advertisement, HAPPENINGS IN THEMAGIC CITY One Mother Thinks Boy Scouts Are to Go to War When President Calls. MERMAN AVERS NOT SO. "I didn't raise my boy to be a sol dier," one woman told E, E. Herman, Scout master on the South Side, yes terday as she demanded the truth of the statement that her boy, a scout, would have to go to war if President Wilson so declared. Mr. Herman has tened to declare the report was false. According to Herman, the scouts are a peaceful organization. They do not carry weapons of any kind, ui fact this was never incorporated in the ultimate intent of the organization, There also is nothing at all military about the movement, so mothers should be at rest. The scout movement here is gain ing by leaps and bounds. There are at present perhaps 500 boys in the organization, which is expected to expand into better than 1,000 before the summer is over. The movement is being carried on principally in the Young Men's Christian association work. The in tention is to have a summer camp where a few days can be spent un der the discipline of cadet officials. Recruiting Station Established. Hear, all ye who would serve Uncle Sam. For three days a double deck recruiting station has been establish ed at the comer of Twenty-fourth and N streets and lieutenants in the United States army are constantly there ready to accept any application into the army. Sentiment here among the young men is intensely patriotic and should the president take a stand for war, most likely a large delegation of young blood from the packing houses would find its war on American man of war. Leava Doors Unlocked. "Too many business places are be ing left open through the negligence of the proprietors," so said Desk Ser geant Bill Smith, as he delivered him self to the reporter at the police station. "Better tell the people to lock their doors after this," lie said." Block Watchman Jack O'Brien say the same. Last week the vigilant one discovered no less than seven stores with unlocked doors. Thursday night he discovered Bob Clayborn's cloth ing establishment robbed a Sriort time after it occurred and the following night he averted what high have de veloped into a disastrous lire in the Jetter saloon at Twenty-fifth and N streets from an overheated furnace by calling the police and the owner. The room was filled with furnace smoke when discovered. Wall Paper. Our spring stock is now ready for your inspection. Selling it at prices cheaper tl an ever before. Come in and convince yourself. KOUTSKY-PAVLIK CO . Honeymoon Seats Sold, All center section reserved seats for the play, "The Russian Honey moon," which will be given in the in terests of athletic and debating activi ties at the South Side High school auditorium Friday evening, have been sold. Students report that the greater part of 700 tickets have been sold which indicates a record crowd. Garden Seeds, Cut down the H. C. L.' Plant your own garden. Fresh garden seed. 3 packages for 5 cents. KOUTSKY-PAVLIK CO . Mailt Cltr Bawllni. DIETZ GROCERY CO. 1st, lit. Sit. Tot. rlnskd IBS ITS 188- IIS Hanrnrk 187 111 17 L-pln,kl 1 148 1 t Risk. 178 181 US 478 Hetton 174 188 171 SSS Totals. 141 881 775 HOI MOOSE. 1st. IH. d. Tot, 178 181 16 48T 144 141 118 404 180 188 110 484 184 140 101 488 .ItS 170 17S 181 41 41 41 12 l.ist 148 181 1817 SHAMROCKS. 1st. Id. Id. Tot. 133 110 181 80! 188 181 188 441 I. 181 104 K4 881 188 181 188 80S 188 118 117 171 Miisan .. Hanlry .. wmis . Altman Dfnntson Handicap Lnoney MrCall Urllol, Vallrs , Retail . Total, ..811 178 111 1417 SOl'TH SIDE STARS. 1st. Id. Id. Tot. Orlmm 161 171 HI 484 ZUgar 141 104 15S 418 Mallny 155 181 161 480 Hacnman 178 170 124 471 Knowskl 180 IBS 1SS 145 Ilamllcap 88 SI IS 114 Totala 884 103 107 1491 Masle Cltr Gossip. North Dakota surd potatoes. L. J. Brannan, 4t7 H. 24th. South 248. For Rent Store, houses, cottatre and flats. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. Mrs. C. F. Wrlsht has fone to Central City and Arrher for a few days' visit with relatives and friends. Lost Whit, English hull terrier, spotted brlndle, S months old. Call South 183 and receive reward. The birth of a boy I, reported st the borne of Mr. and Mr,. Stanley, I40S B street. FIRE INSURANCE, choice of 11 loading companies: prompt service, lowest ratsa. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. A card party will be fflven at the Easlsa' home at Twenty-third and N streets by members ot the Ladle,' Booster club of the Eagles. The ladles of St. Agnes' parish wilt give a card party Wedneaday afternoon at S:S0 o'clock at the McCrann hall. Eight prises will be given. Mrs. O. F. Mndberg, 1110 F etreet. will entertain the Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary society st St. Luke's Lutheran church Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'eloek. The Ladles' Aid society of St, Luke's Lutheran church will meet at tha home ot Mrs. R. F. Bowers. 4213 South Twenty- slath street, '.'bursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The funeral of Jamea Condon, South Side pioneer, who died Sunday, was held thla morning at o'clock from the residence on J street to St. Bridget's church. Burial waa In Holy Bepulcher cemetery. WANTED TO BENT Ws will secure a desirable tenant for your vacant atore. house or flat within 30 days. If on tha South Side and In a tenable condition, or pay you a month's rent. SOUTH OMAHA INVEST MENT CO. INCORPORATED CAPITAL, 818.000. 4818 So. 14th St. Phone South 1347 Mrs. Matilda Blerachwade died yesterday morning at the home of her granddaughter, Mre. Frank Lurke. 4214 South Twenty-sixth etreet. She wa, 84 years of age. The body will be token to Lincoln Wednesday tor burial there. HOM KREEKERH, ATTENTION! On a small cash payment we will buy the lot you select, build a home after your own plans and you can pay for It on small monthly payments, without estra Interest. BOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. INCORPO RATE!) CAPITAL 328,000. 483S a 34th St Phone South 1247. AMERICANS AMONG VIGILANCIA LOST Several of Them Included Fifteen Victims of Ger man Submarine. in CAPTAIN TELLS HIS STORY London, March 20. Fifteen men from the American steamer Vigilaticia sunk by a German submarine, are now listed as missing. The American embassy learns thai the submarine fired two torpedoes ai the Vigilancia. The first missed by t considerable distance. It was followci immediately by the second, which found its mark. Americans Lost Plymouth, March 19. Anicrcian? drowned were: Third Officer Neils P North and Third Engineer Carl Adelioldc. This . information wa :..- t... r' rr i. a vt :.i given uui vy variant I'-rana. r. miu- I'.eton of New Yo.-k, who- with the survivors of the Vigilancia, has reach ed the main land and probably will make affidavits tomorrow before tin American consul. To the Associated Press. Captain Middleton said today that his vessel was sunk without warning. Two life loats were lowered from the Vigi lancia and the crew of twenty-eigln men got into them.' Owing to the swell of the ocean, however, twenty five men were thrown into the water. The boats of the captain snd the mates picked up ten of the men, but the other fifteen were drowned. Captain Middelton says he saw no submarine during the attack, but thai one of the engineers thinks he saw a periscope. The captain saw two oily streaks on the water about a thousand yards from the steamer, which he took to be tracks of torpedoes. The Vigi lancia was flying .the- American flag and its name and a flag were painted on either side. Speaking of his ex perience in the boat, Captain Middle ton said: "After rescuing as many. of the crew as possible in the boats, we had bis cuits and wster. At night I fired dis tress signals several times: By the glare of the lights, I saw a subma rine following fifty yards from the boats between 10 o'clock Friday night and 2:30 o'clock Saturday morning, but it made no attempt to help us. We suffered great hardship in the boats. One man of the engine room staff is paralyzed as a result ol exposure. . Third officer North of the Vilig tancia was born in Denmark, but was a naturalized American. . The name of Engineer Adeholde was not con tained in the list of the crew given out in New York Saturday night. 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