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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3. 1917.
11 REAL ESI ATE IMPROVED LAKUlb H-room modern home, with sar- g. oomr tot. 74x183; south front; One , ntiBODornooa, ciom in; terms, part canh, bat, pgr cnt. Call owner, Douglas SOU. West. CLOSE TO 36TH-AND CALI FORNIA ST. . t w L.ivmg room, aimnr room, kitchen, butler' pantry, first floor, three bed rooms and bath second floor, Many built In features, nous finished In oak throughout Mcs lawn. v GALLAGHER & NELSON, REALTORS, 61U-1S Brand els Bldr. Dour SIS 'A LITTLE 8. 8. A. means Indspandenoe, 1600 CASH, Nice lot In West Karri am district. D. Wead, 810 South 18th St.. Wead Bid. 12,000 MTQIi, bearing 8 pet. semUannual, secured by property valued at 1 6,000. Tal- maye-Loomia inv. Co.. w. Q W. Bids;. t'OR SALE Five Improved acres with bear- in r fruit. Mrs. Pallas, 193 JdcKinley St., uenson. Neo. Look "at 3664 Cass, very mod. It's for sale. GALLAGHER NELSON, Realtor North. NEW BUNGALOW. Just being finished, 6 rooms, all on one floor, living room, dining room, kitchen, pantry, two bedrooms, bath, linen closet. stairway to floored attic, oak finish tn living rooms, all modern, frame and stucco, east front lot located high and sightly In Waverly park; price 13,400, terms to desirable purchaser. - C. G. CARLBERG, Realtor, S10-J13 Brandels Theater Bldg. REAL ESTATE AUCTION. 15 -room modern house and lot at 4111 X. 24th St., Tuesday, April 10. at 2 p. m. ifisy terms. JAMES L. DOWD, Auctioneer. BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE. The reasons for the growing popularity are Best Results and a Rata of lo per word. When you want both of the above. ZAhh TYLER 1000. NEW BUNGALOW. Five rooms, strictly modern, finished 1a oak. Located at 3921 N, 26th St. Price S3, ISO. Terms. Will take amall cottage In trade. NORRI3 ft NORRIS. 400 Bee Bldg. Phoi.e Douglas 4I7. NICE 7-room modern house, finished, tn oak nearly new; Cathedral district; close In, walking distance to high school and to the city's finest large churches. (24 N. 3th St. Harney 1126. S. 8. A. revealed soon, papers. Watch the dally FOR SALE 6-room cottage, modern, 34th St. car line, 4 blocks from Miller - Park school, $200 down and 924 per month. Owner, 6714 N. mtn st. 6-ROOM cottage, modern except heat, large lot, trees and garage. 3 8 OS No. zza. web. 8-ROOM $2,750. new bungalow, story and half, 1712 North 28th. Red 1881. South. HANSCOM PARK. 2340 SOUTH 35TH STREET. Owner leaving city, will sacrifice his I- - room strictly modern bungalow. Living room, dining room, Kitchen ana two bed rooms and bath. Cement basement: fur nace heat. Large lot; east front; paved street Price 12,650. A genuine bargain. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.. B37 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. D. 1781. Hanscom Park, -$4,000 CREIGHTON'S 1ST ADDITION. A n attractive 7-room modern house,, - nearly new; full east front, on block south.. f Hanscom - park. Extra good value, ' GLOVER & SPAIN. Realtors, Douglas 3961 819-20 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. EVERYBODY boost for 8. 8. Ju Miscellaneous. LET TJS SHOW YOU THESE Two fine properltiea) Saturday afternoon or Sunday. $200 CASH, 120 PER MONTH. One acre, lays almost level, has nearly new five-room house, full basement, south Asst exposure. This Is Just the place for a truck gardner. Price only S2,Z&0. $500 CASH, $20 PER MONTH. Two acres, good, nearly new four-room house, with full, cement basement, good ' barn and chicken house; some small (rult. This la a real bargain at $2,600. BIG FOUR REALTY CO., 1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglaa S48. WALKING distance, bungalow, less than ' a year old, all modern, oak finish, lot 40x117 feet, paving all paid; an except ttonal bargain at 11,160, on Rasp's famous easy terms. Hasp Bros., sio Keellne Bldg. xyier 7ZI. MONTCLA1R BUNOALOW. Stucco construction, & large light rooms. Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price 13,800. Easy terms. Another now bulla In for 13,850. Call Douglaa 1721 daya wamut iBBU evenings, R. & TRUMBULL 812 World-Herald Bldg. D. 1784. JTB. ROBINSON, Roal Estate and Insur ance, 442 Bee Bldg. Douglaa 8027. WORLD REALTY CO., SxxauuSfil'' REAL ESTATE B'ncst Prpty MAKE up your mind t or B. 8. A H. A. WOLF, Realtor, Ware Blk. Specialist in nowniown Business property. Persistent Advertising is the Road to success. REAL ESTATE Investments tfAKB 16 PER CENT on your Investment; . 1 0-100 ra double bouse, front rooms and ' dining rooms flnlsheC In oak; only 2 years old; always rented; rented for 136 per momn. xrics oniy o,zu; terms. BIG 4 REALTY CO, 1015-16 W. O. W. Bids-. DamrU, SMS. APARTMENT. $75,000, In com. IS per ent; on. year old; very (In. taction; mortgage 126,000 fevd will accept 120,000 In trade; bal uice caih or negotiable papera, CALKINS A CO.. Dousles 1313. City Nat. Bank Bldg. f GUARANTEED YOU On your money In any amount by HOME BUILDERS, Inc., SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND SPECULATIVE PROPERTY. A. P. TUKET SON. REALTORS, B30 First National Bank Bldg. S. S. A. will male, your boy a better cIMtsn. REAL ESTATE To Exchang. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. CLOSE IN FLATS FOR '.AND. ' 'Two good a trlotly modern St. Louis rials, Income 1980 per annum. Price, tio,. ' 'too. . Mortgage. 13,200. Owner wants land not too Xar from Omaha. EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO, J.A?JLSm.l1?aN"'.BI'. BUt. Pouglss 420. 3 .MODERN It-room houses to exchange tor Lincoln Co. land, will assume soma INTER-STATs) REALTY CO., t:t-tn City Not. Doug. 82. tt K have some good homes and rental prop erties for Neb. or Iowa land. Edward F. Williams Co.. Omaha Nat Bank Bldg WATCF S. S. A. REAL ESTATE Unimproved West. S. g. A. mean, success for you. North. AFTER looking at MINNA LUSA 100 tit ferent buyers decided that It was the best proposition on the market and they backed their Judgment by buying lota. IP YOU will com. out today yon will nnderatand why the other, are buying. CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO. 742 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Tyler 17. S. 8. A. Is something that cannot be stolen, cannot burn up, cannot run away. CUMINO Near 21th St., 22 or 44 feet; must be sold to close estate. OrlmmeL 341 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bids. Miscellaneous. GARDEN LAND SALE will continue all week. Get off the car at 43d and Q Streets. Have the salesmen take you to the sales ground. H. H. HARPER & CO. Ideal Apartment House Site Corner 150x140 Feet Located within walking distance. Inv provements, namely, paving, sewer, wa ter, etc., are all tn and paid for. For quicic saie, le.&oo. HIATT COMPANY, 245-7-0 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 00. BEAUTIFUL " 01 lota. clcs KUO. on 32 cash and SO cents per wee- Doug. 3393. REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN Benson. WHEN will you benefit from & 8. A 7 Dundee. DUNDEE PROPERTIES. Well located lots on easy terms. Mod. ern, attractive homes. Before buying u sure ana see GEORGE & CO., IP TOU find ft hard to make both ends meet, try s. 8. A. DUNDEE homes and homesltes. Cary. 204 Keellne Bldg. Florence. OMAHA people want 8. 8. A, Miscellaneous. $5 A MONTH. 1 acre near Hartman and Hth, $! 1200 down $6 per month. C G. CARLBERG, Realtor, MO-m Brandels Theater. 0. 8. A. will bring you back to nature. -ACRE blk., Falracre and BrowneU Hall district. nap. u. J. canan. REAL ESTATE WANTED WANTED 4, t and (-room house that can be sold for 1100 cash, balance IIS per month; aend complete description first leiier. W. FARNAM SMITH & CO. 1830 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1064. LISTING houses to rentor sell on small oash payments, have parties waiting. Western Heal estate, us Karbacb Blk. D. 3607. 8. a A. ! the true basis of all wealth. LIST your 6 and 6-room houses with us. WE SELL) THE1L OSBORNE REALTY CO., Tyler 496. WE want desirable houses to rent to de sirable people. List your property with us. m. tt. uenner jo.. Hamge uitf. FINANCIAL H. W. BINDER. Money on hand for mortrare loans. Clt Mat. Rk. TIM a? ' Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages. CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates , bpi ana per cent. Reasonable com mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO. SIS Sooth 17th. Omaba. Neb. S PER CENT to ( per cent on best class city residences in amounts sz.uuo up; also larro loans. Reasonable commission. PETERS TRUST CO.. 1811 Tarnam St. UOXEY to loan on Improved farms and rancnea. we aiso ouy good rarm mort gages. A.ioKe inv. uo umana. 8, A- Is one road to happiness. BHOPEN CO.. PRIVATE) MONEY. CITY LOANS. GARVIN BROS. Ota Nat Bk. Bldg. 5 O 916 Omaha Nat. Bank Rlrli. OMAHA HOMES. EAST NEB. FARMS. O KEEFB R. E. CO,, 1016 Omaha Nat. FARM and city loans. S, 1 and 6 per cent w. a. Tnomaa, Keellne Bldg. Doug. 164 8, CITY and farm loans, lowest rates, 1. tt. luuueb, inc. 638 Keellne Bldg. NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS. W. T. Graham, 604 Bee Bldg. 100 to 110,000 made promptly. F. D, Wead. weaa tsiag., istn ana Fa rnam sts. LOW RATES. C O. CARLBERG, SIS Bran- aeis Theater Bldg. D. 686. Stocks and Bonds. ONAHMAN IRON CO. RTOCIt. 1.600 SHARES On unman Iron Co. stank zor ante at n.36. win sell part. E. H. Fuller, 4665 Harriet, Minneapolis. Abstracts of Title. Kerr Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co. SOS S. 17tb St.. around floor. Bonded by Mass Bonding and Ins. Co. REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of- flee In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater. Miscellaneous GALLAGHER & NELSON Represent prompt pay Insurance com panlea. 644 Branded Bldg., Omaba, Neb. FARM AND RANCH LANDS California Lands. FOR SALE in Fresno and King count leu. aan Joaquin valley, California, Ideal land for alfalfa, grain and fruit growing, stock and poultry raising. One-tenth down and nine easy annual payments on balance at pet. in good, rarm neighborhood, close to market Over 1MO0 acres of choice land, at very reasonable prices, to select from. To be sure you are getting what you want, you may lease for one, two or inres years witn option to purchase on above terms. Write for details of this at tractive method of buying on terms In reach of anyone. You could ask for no fairer deal. San Joaqutn Valley la In the heart of wlnterless California. 40 acres enough and should pay for Itself In five years. You can start here with only 1 1.000 and make good. I will gladly place you in touch with those having the lands for sale. This Is such an easy way to get a California farm that my advice is to act oulckly. C. L. Seas-raves. In dustrial Commissioner, A. T. & S. F, By., 3iw7Ky. Kxcn., Chicago. FOR SALE -IMPROVED FRUIT. DAIRY and stock farms, SO, 40 or mores acres, in vicinity of Fresno, San Joaquin Valley, heart of wlnterless California, greatest raisin belt tn world: now navinK waaa profits; houses, barns, fences, live stock everything ready; crops In many Instances paying better than $100 an acre. $3.5oe will buy a 110,000 placo, with long time on balance. Your farm Income will take care of future payments. Only limited number of farms can be hud on thse terms, so wr:te today. I Trill gladly jmt you In touch with those having farms for sale. C. I. SEAORAVES, Industrial Commissioner. A. T. aV 8. F. By.. 1007 Ry Exch., Chicago. FARM AND RANCH LANDS Florida Lands. RAISE ALFALFA In FLORIDA Nstal Jiayj this winter. First outttng 10 days ISO and 300 annually on ISO land. 023 Paxton Blk. Walnut 2537 (evenings). Missouri Lands. SMALL MO. Fsrm $10 cash and IS month ly; no Interee: or taxes; highly productive land; close to S big markets. Write for photographs and full Information. Hunger, A-111 N. Y. Llks Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo Michigan Lands. FOR SALE CLOVER. LAND FARMS. Grains thrive. Drouth. haU unknown. Root crops, dairying, graslng. Ideal. Fine roads, market: 143 growing days. Aver. age killing frosts October 3. Terras easy. ueorge ftiwell, Jr., 33 Bacon Blk, Mar- Queue, Mich. Minnesota Lands. 340 ACRK8. 45 mtles from Minneapolis, near two good railroad towns; one-half under cultivation, balance used for pasture and nay: aan practically an oe cultivated good set buildings; this land will produce o bushels or corn per acre: country thlekly settled; complete set of machin ery; ST bead of stock, consisting of 11 cows, balance 1 and S year olds; 4 good horses, tb hogs, chickens and everything oa the farm goes at 6f per acre; one. half oash; immediate possession can had. Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth BldgH Minneapolis, limn. Iowa Lands. WILL sell at a sacrifice 12 acre adjoin lug council Biuria iz acres bearing grapes acres garden. J. 8. Mosbacher, 1615 Madl- eon Ave., Council Blurre. Nebraska Lands. SMALL Nebraska farms on easy payments 6 acres up. We farm the farm we sell you. The Uungerford Potato Growers' As soctatlon, nth and Howard Sts., Omaha. Douglas 9871. CHOICE 1 GO-ACHE Qago county farm. im proved: 120 acre under plow, one 1 miles from town and scnooi. ARCHER REALTY CO., 680 Brandels Bldg. WET land made dry enough for crops or no pay. Is our way of draining land. No tract too large or too wet Guarantee Drainage Co., uaniana, inbd, EAST central Neb.. 10 acres, highly im proved farm, close to town, snap, terms, possession at once. B. 8. and R. E, Mont gomery. 11,800 440 A. Imp. middle Neb. farm, main line B. m M. Ry., 600 cash, 9600 ft yrs., $600 10 yrs. at 6 pr. ct for quick sale. C. J. Canan, McCague Bldg. Don't linger. FOR SALE Best large body high grade. medium priced land In Nebraska; very little money required. C Bradley, Wol- twich. Neb. South Dakota Lands. I HAVE three highly Improved farms In the vicinity of Watertown, a. X., for sale at right price. Might accept some good trade. D. T. Mauller, 1067 Omaha Nat Bank. Phone Doug 11 B. Texas Lands. ARE YOU DISCOURAGED with the High Cost of Living In Ns braakaT Then come with us on our next excursion to the Trinity River Valley of East Texas on April 3. We want you to see and Investigate our corn and al falfa land we are selling for the low price or izt, per aore; easy terms. Be inde pendent and purchase a farm of your own In this "Sure Crop Country," where the rain full la ample and the climate de lightful. For further Information call or writ W, S. FRANK, 201 Neville Blk.. Omaha, Neb. AUTOMOBILES WILLYS-OVERLAND, INC. USED CAR DEPT. Dougl. i S2I, 2047-49 Farnam. Touring cars and roadsters of Overland, Studebaker, Maxwell, Ford, Oakland, Mitchell, Bulck and Hudson makes. TBRMS IF DESIRED. Prompt attention given to all Interested out-of-town buyers. AUTO CLEARING HOUSE 2209 Farnam St Ford touring ...... Douglaa S310. .$225 Light "6" Paige , Hudson "6-40," sacrifice. Mitchell "6" , ..$476 .1560 WILMO MANIFOLDS. Burn gasoline, kerosene, distillate; double power and mileage; cuts your fuel cost half; money hack guarantee. WILMO PRODUCTS SERVICE STATION 216 8. 12th. D. 62 WE will trade you a new Ford for your old one. INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.. 20th and Harney. Douglas 12 SI. C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO. Used Car Dept 2216-11 Farnam St Doagla IKS. Almost any make at reasonable prices. FOR sale, cheap for cash, 1st model five- passenger car. win take Ford in part payment Call after 6 p. m. 14S6 0. Sixt-erth St. CROSSTOWN OARAGE. Douglas 4442. 216 So. 24th St. H. D. Motorcycle, running order, $175. 1913 Overland, fine shape, $125, ' 2 IN 1 VUL CO, 1616 Davenport St. 60 Per Cent Saved on Year Tire Expense. TELL & BINKLEY. Auto repairing; expert mechanics. 2918 Harney St D. 1640. BERTSCHY "Ken -Fix-It." Southeast cor ner 20th and Harney Sta. Douglaa S56S. CASH FOR YOUR USED CARS. AUTO EXCHANGE, 2107 FARNAM. D. 6036. Overland 1913 touring car, $160. Inquire at 1713 S. 11th St Good running condition. WE PAY CASH FOR FORDS. IIP 8. 17TH ST. Auto Livery and Garages EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al ways ready." Omaha Garage, 3010 Bar ney St Tyler 6Gb Auto Repairing and Painting. NEB. Auto itadlator Repair Works. We buy and repair Ford radiators, 218 Bo. 19th. Douglas 73S0. 2100 reward for magneto we can't repair, colls repaired. Baysdorfer, 210 N. 18th. Tires and Supplies. NEBRASKA Auto Repair Works. Services and prices right 218 8. I9th St D. 7290. Miscellaneous. FOR SALE Michigan racer, 40- H. P. Bosch magneto, good tires. In good run ning order. Price $300. Address Box 204, Peru. AOb, Motorcycles and Bicycles HARLEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES Bargains In used machines. Victor H. Roos. "The Motorcycls Man." 27th and Leaven worth. TWIN Excelsior cheap. Webster 3499. PERSONAL THE Salvation Army Industrial Home so licits your old clothing, furniture maga sines. We collect We distribute. Phone Doug. 4126 and our wagon will call. Call and inspect our new home. 1110-1112 1114 Dodge St. BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE. The reasons for the arowinc DODUlaritv re Best Results and a- Rat of lo per worn. - When yon want both of the above, - CALL TYLER 1000. MECHANO . THERAPY treatments. Misj Halloran, 222-3 Neville Block. SWITCHES made from combings. Call Col- rax 36 6S. MISS EDNA, sclent I tic massage, 328 Ni- vine Blk. Open evenings snd Sundays. LUELLA WEUSTER, maasage and manl- cunng. sin raxton Blk. Red 2400. MAE BHUGMAN. sclentlfio masseuse and hatha 203 Karbarh Blk. Red 3727. ALL Rlgbt Private Maternity Home, $011 Miami st. weoiter Z90H. IKNTIFIC mansaKe. &20 Baa Bld. Phnn Douglas 6379. IHS LILLY, bath, masttage. 1322 Farnam VIOLET RAY treatment. 421 Bee Idg. unlet, ring and mass. 1623 Farnam. R. 19, Baths ft r.lasaage, Staets;lnstlt 1606 Har. POULTRY AND PET STOCK Cyphers' Incubators and hovers. Stewart's Seed Store, 119 N. 16th St.. Opp. P. O. Queen Incubators and colony hovers. 8tew- ari s Bceq sure, ill N. 16th. Opp. P. O. WHITE WYANDOTTE setting eggs. $1 set- Horses Live StockVehicles FOUR good work horses. 3. V. Aull. Al. brunt, ctu Bgulh 4fio. MEDICAL DR. B. R. TARRY. PILES, FISTULA Dr. BJ. R. Tarry cures plies, fistula and other rectal diseases without ourgicat op oration. Cur guaranteed and no money paid until cured. Writ for book on rec tal dleeasea with testimonials. DR. E. R. TARRY, 940 Be Bldg. Omaha, Neb, WHY BTTFFKRT Latest and Most Scientific Treatment for All Diseases. Dr. Charles Barnes, 13-t2o Rosa Bldg. Examination and Consultation tree. He Is curing thou sands. WHY NOT TOUT Delays are dan gerous. If you can't call, write. Hours f a. m, to I p. m., 7:20 to 8:30 eveninga Bunaay oy appointment RADIUM water baths and Hot Springs uaer- cury creaimem ror rneumatistu. or. Pyor, 14 Patterson Block. D. 6SJ4. RUPTURE Successfully treated without surgical operation. Call or write Dr. irann m. wray. sue Bee Bldg. VIMEDIA TREATMENT. Surgical operations prevented. 431 Bee Bid. Chiropractors. DR. KNOLLENHERO. SANITARIUM. Lady attendant, 94lh and Farnam. D. 7296, Dr. C. J. Lawrence, Balrd Bldg. D. 8461. Dr. Frances Dawson, 602-9 Rose Bldg. T. S866, Pre. Johnston, 1S2S W. Q. W. Bldg. D. 6629. Dentists. Dr. Bradbury. No Psln. 91S W. O. W. Bldg Taft's Dent. Rms., SOS Rose Bldg. D. 2186. MONEY TO LOAN LOOK! LEGAL RATE LOANS! LOOK! $ 10.00 costs you $ 9.2S for six months. 102.00 costs you 90. 37 for ono year. ' 1K6.00 ooats you 91.20 for one year. 204.00 costs you 40.80 for one year. SOO.OO costs you 60.00 for one year. Other amounts In proportion. EASY PAYMENTS, UTMOST PRIVACY. OMAHA LOAN COMPANY, FURNITURE, pianos snd notes as security. o, e mo., ti. gooas. total cost li.eo. $40, 6 mo Indorsed notes, total cost. 12.66 Smaller, larger am'ts, proportionate rats. rnUVJUKNT LUAN SUCIETT, Organized by Omaha Business Men, 429 Rose Bldg.. 16th and Farnam. Ty. 666, pet on Dia. Gross, 410 N. 16th. It 6061. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Harry A. Tukey and wife to Katherlne Krug Metz, northwest corner Seven teenth and Howard street, 90.75x 100.6 $ Arthur B. Webster to Ella Hunter, Twenty-eighth avenue, 100 feet south of Grant street west side, 26x121,. 2,000 Mima Hrcnigan to J. F. Trimble, Parker street, 100 feet west of Thirty-eighth street south side, (Ox 130 10 Ernest Petersen and wife to Anna E. Samuelson. Cass street, 921.26 feet west of Thirty-third street north side, 40x134 Florence W. Hall to Edtth Patrick Standlsh, northeast corner Thirty third and Farnam streets, 136x198. Th Bhull Land Co. to Edward Suck, Twenty-fourth street, thirty-four feet south of Woolworth avenue, west side, 40x126. ,,... , 900 Furay Investment Co. to John B. Conte, Cuming street, 133 feet east of Twenty -fifth avenue, south side, 33x136 Home Terrace Add. to Marshall V. Doyle, Gordon street, 360 feet east of Fortieth street, south side, 60x 121 Amos C. Grant and wife to Arthur B. Tebbens, Morton avenue, 900 feet north of Polk street west side, Benson, 60x128 ' Everett H. Strimple and wife to Annie It. Llebman, Twenty-ninth street ninty-three feet south of Nicholas street west side. 32x138.............. Caroline B. Craig to John h. Thomas, Mweniy-seconu street, job lent south of Howard street, east side. 40x20... Marie M, Morris and husband to Jose pbine c. street Lincoln avenue, 260 leet west or Thlrtr-thlrd street. north side, 60x131.81.. George Leach to Glen R. Loach, southwest corner Twenty-second and Q streets. South Omaha, 7 Ox 100 9,660 LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICE. , Fred Ward Sumption, sr.. will please take notice that bit father died on February 14, 1917, leaving share In his estate to him. providing ha call personally on undersigned executor, Cleveland, O., within one year from March S. 1917. W. H. BENHAM, 2038 Et Ninth Street. Executor. Cleveland, O. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Permits to wed hays been Issued to the to, lowing: Name and Residence. Levern H. W. Abker, Sloui City, la Jessie Z. Russell. Sioux City, la....,, William A. Nelson, Omaha Cora McHenry, Omaha , Clayton H. Knouse, Omaha......,., Katherlne M. Huber, Omaha...,....,, James R. Taylor, Emerson, Neb Elma Boudreau, Omaha Giovanni Laferla, Omaha ,,, Angela M. Campenelll, Omaha..,,.., Vernon Roulette, Omaha.. ,,.. Estella Jarrett, Omaha.. Age. ...23 ... S3 ... 28 ... 28 ... 90 BIRTHS AND DEATHS. Births Michael and Michela DIcrlshlna, 1426 North Eighteenth, girl; Joseph and Tekla Jaros. 4429 South Thlrtv-thlrd. airl: Joseph and Mary Gruntorad, S612 M. girl; waiter and Addle Roslckv. 1701 South Tweirin, gin: Jvesite ana Anna Rogers. Hll Deer Park boulevard, boy: William and Margaret Baker. S506 Farnam. bov: Joaenh n.nu Augu.n oocnniseii, 110 William, girl; Fred and Bessie Janousok. 172S South Four. teenth, boy: Charles and Marls Novak. 6224 South Twenty-Srst boy; Dana and Clara La Kleur, hospital; William N. and Anna m. Baker. zr2i K, boy; Peter and Detl Marra. 1834 North Seventeenth, rlrl: Rich. ard and Mary Turner, 1614 North Twenty Unit, hoy. Deaths Ella McQra r. S. hosnltal T.uov Thaoker Baker, 1,4, 1618 South Thirty-second avenue; 3. J. Grimball, 22, Omaha; Leo Aronson, 1 month, 616 Bouth Four teenth; John Hoi Muter, 79, 6141 Florence boulevard: Henry W. Meekem, 10, Omaha; Walter Pettlt, 1 month, Florence; Barney Zlpfel, 67, 3224 Larlmore avenue; Mrs. Lucy Redd, 82, hospital: Rufus A. Johnson. 71. Twenty-fourth and Pratt; George W. Ash, US. 2109 Locust; Pearl Kane, 30, hospital; Thomas Heltdeld, 62, hospital; Howard F. nanus. 1, 4,020 Hurt: Flora M. Coffin. 73. hospital. BUILDING PERMITS. Building permits have been issued to the following; . W. stoltenberg, 4804-6-8 Dodge, brlrk apartment $;i6.ft)0; H. W. Reynolds, 2861 Marcy, frame dwelling, $2,200. Spring Wheat for Seed Still is Being Ordered There is still some serins wheat going out into the state for seed, but the large shipments are practically over. Ihere are yet to arrive from Minnesota some five cars, but gener ally this will go out in small lots. So far as the Omaha Grain ex change is concerned, as an organiza tion, 11,000 bushels have been sent to the country in carload lots. In addi tion many shipments have been made in smaller quantities, running the total up to above 12,000 bushels. Orders are still coming in for ship ments of spring wheat, but it is be lieved that the heavy demand is over. Farmers, as a rule, feel that by the time the wheat could reach them it would be too late for seeding HAPPENINGS IN THE JAGIC CIT Oklahoma Anti-Saloon League Orator Says South Will Secure Prohibition. FARRE3 B07 STILL MISSING "Fifty years ago your people of the north challenged the right of us southerners to have slaves and to back up your claim you perpetrated a war that banished slavery in Amer ica forever. Today the solid south stands as one for revenge. We are going to march up into the north and down the liquor traffic of the east forever. We are going to see to it, through our solid south, that national prohibition is a coming fact. H. T. Laughbaum, anit-saloon league orator and native Oklahoman so spoke at the Wheeler Memorial church last evening in the absence of Sam Small, who was booked to talk. All church congregations of the city nan assembled. Today, said the sneaker, "twentv. six states in the union have state. wide prohibtion. Of this twenty-six. twenty-one are south of the Mason and Dixon line. 1 his means the sol south is in for national prohibition. Air. Laughbaum nredicted that in the event of war. congress will inv mediately be asked to pass a law de ciaring national proiiiDiuon as efficiency measure. Talk Old Issues. West Side Boosters will hold rousing meeting Tuesday evening in tneir nan at inirty-sixtn and streets, Committee Chairman W. Fitzgerald announced last evening. A special effort has been made this week to canvas the neighborhood for good turnout. Parks, swimming pools and street car extension are three things the club is fighting for. These will he topics tor discussion tomorrow night. New Auto Stripped. Stripped even of the eneine. the au tomobile of M. Bovlan. North Side. reported stolen from in front of the German Home Saturday eveniner. was found stranded on the Fort Crook road near the Old Country club building. 1 he owner found the car yesterday morning, it was a new one, bought the day before taken. Tires, rims and tools were also included in the strip. ping process oy tne thieves. Woman's Club to Meet. The South Omaha Woman's club will have a business meetine at Li. brary hall Tuesday at 2:30 p. m fol lowed by a program. Mrs. K. M. Dav. erty will read a paper on "The Hlsrh Cost of Living," which she gave at tne second district convention, and Mrs. Bruce Mclullough will give a paper on Co-ooerative Kitchens. The music section will hold a business meeting Thursday at Librarv hall at ociock, atter which there will be an illustrated talk bv Prof. Henrv bock on "ine wood Wind. " Boy SUU Missing. No trace of Albert Farres. lS-vear, old boy, who disappeared from his home, 5427 South Twenty-fourth street, Thursday, has been found by parents or police. He left home with. out giving any idea of his intentions. f olice of the tri-citiei have been erven an accurate : description. . The boy has a scar, on bis left cheek bone ano wears knee pants. ' Bouquet! for Judge. Police Judge Fitzgerald oassed his rst day on the South Side henrh Monday. Two potatoes, a lemon and a bunch of spinach awaited him when he arrived. It was a token of the city hall "gang" to the new "boss." If the potatoes hadn't been half rot ten 1 would have appreciated them, the judge remarked as he received them. To Inspect Western Plants. . E. A. Cudahv. ir.. vice nrnMent nf the Cudahy Packing company, spent two days last week inspecting the local plant. He left Saturday for Mil 3-aice uny, wnere ne will attend the opening day ceremony of the new plant recently erected there. With Mr. R. Murphy, he will visit plants at Pocatello, Boise, Butte and St. Pul oetore returning to Chicago. Equals Cattle Topi. The cattle record was eoualed this morning at the stock yards. Sixteen neaa snipped in by Amos Pyerly of Petersburg, Neb., topped the market at $12.50. 'They averaged 1,450 pounds, ine Great Western Com mission company made the deal. Magic City Gossip. Psarl Whits In "Psrl of ths Armr." Iltisl ehsptsr, B,s tonltht. For Rfttlt-Btarss. hniu. ,., ...A lists. SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO 8ven Dsdly Sins." This plcttirs, shown tonight at the Bosss. Rsmsmbsr. lt' nr., serial. The X h club will sirs e .,.ln. ...... at ths Rushlnss hall. Twentv. rniirik mnA .1 irois, vveanesasy svenlnf, April 1L The Seven Desdlr ilns," ths new Me Cltire picture, will b, shown at the Besss tuiusuk sure, ao aavanos In prices. Mr. B. Qoldsberrr underwent en nMiA. Tuesday morning at the South Bide hospital and la reported to be rscovsrlnv nlcsly. Finn INSURANCE, eholcs of 11 companies: prompt service, lowest rates. HOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO. Mr. and Mrs. C. Moore of Chlceen ere topping oft at the home of Mrs. .l.m-. I. Sheinholts. Ths couple are on their wsv Denver. Herman J. Cook. Ill: N street, w.e .-- raltned In court this fnornlns on oomplalnt of his wife, who charred that he had stolen four blsnkets and It In rash that belonsed ' in, nousenoia. A firs In a denss vrowth of mmi, Twenty-elsth and P streets sttracted a lame crowd of people Friday nlht. Before the lire department had the blase under control uurn in uie vicinity was consumed. PoltCS rSDOrt that the men eh, 1mnu from a, third story window In a Lower N etreet tenement to sseaps a raid Saturday afternoon Is In a local hospital. Ho is said 10 nave auauinsa serious Internal Injuries. The Hawthorne school bass ball teem scored a bis; victory over ths Thirty-second avenue, Council Bluff,, nlns Saturday after noon. The score was 33 to 11, A return frame has been scheduled to be played al ths BlulTa neat Saturday. ' Mysterious Explosion In Paper Stock Factory A mysterious exnlosion of nowder underneath a table around which a number of employes were working caused a small fire in the Omaha Paper Stock company, Eighteenth and Marcv streets, vesterdav. No body was hurt and the damage was slight How the powder came to be there and what ignited it is not ex plained by company officials SPY RUMORS FLYING FAST THESE TIMES Everyone Wants to Whisper to Reporters About Prominent Germans 'Being Interned. MAKE FEDERAL MEN SMILE By A. R. GROH. Hist! Come over here in the corner w'icre I can whisper to you without any danger ot being overheard. Sh-h-hl Have you heard? Wait a minute till that man with whiskers passes. Sh-h-h-h I Ya can't be too careful. He might be a spy. Pretend we're just talking about tl e weather. Nice day, ist.'t it? Therel He's gone. I though he sort o gave us a funnv look, didn t you? Nowl Listen while I whisper in your ear. rnti achmzzclheimer was taken to rort Leavenworth a few days ago and iute. ned by the federal au thorities! Yeh I Sh-n-h-h. Suspected of being a lierman spy. Why? Well, his name's German, aint it? Oh. you say he s talking for Amer ica all the time? Got American flags displayed at his home? Huh I That's just a blind, that s all it is. Tust a blind. Listen! He was seen standing outside the recruitin' station. He was watchm the men go in. Then he walked down Farnam street, straight toward the telegraph office. Did he go in? No, you rummy, o" course he didn t go in. f rob ly seen somenundv watch in' 'im. Betcha he was goiu' to telegraph straight to the kaiser. Wild Rumors Afloat. This, dear reader, is the wild rumor that got loose on the streets of Omaha as early as last Thursday. People came into The Bee office, looked around furtively and then whispered: flow about catching friti achniz- zleheimer?" (meaniiiK a orominent Omahan). "I heard they caught him in a private ri om, holding a German plot meeting. Secret service men opened some of his mail and found he'd been sending money." Reporters were stooped on the street and the "news" was whispered to them. A crowd of twentv men at Twenty-ninth and Leavenworth streets almost got into fight over the rumor. It flew from mouth to mouth everywhere. It grew and grew with every repeti tion like the story of the man who coughed up three specks as black as crows anu who was soon reported to have "coughed up three black crows. First Real "War Stuff." And, like that famous storv. this one needed no other confirmation than the word of somebody who "heard it" from somebody else who heard it from somebtdy else who heard it. it was the hrst real, local "war stuff. Spies, secret meetings in secret rooms, sudden surprises by secret service men, heavy guards, mvsterv. dun. geonsl Great stuff. We hadn t had a spy. all of our own. before, and was rather nice to be Provided with one of them, especially when he was captured by out unbailable secret serivce men. How ibout this orominent Omi. an who s a uernian spy and has been caught and taken to Leavenworth un der heavy guard and out into the deepest dungeon there?" "Dave" Dickinson -of the United States attor- lys olhce was asked. 1 Dave" laughed long and loud arid vociferously and stated in the strong est language at nis command that he hadr't heard anything of it. But. gosli. mebbv he's not 'is nr. ders not to say nothing about it. flugh Mills, chief of the Un ted States secret service in this district, said, "I haven't heard anything about it" War Nurse Plays April Fool Joke On the Guardsmen A neatly dressed girt, about 17 years old, approached a group of or derlies off duty who were loitering in chairs by the window in front of the National Guard recruiting station Sunday afternoon. Won't you." she said, addressing Corporal Guy Buckles, champion prize fighter of the Fourth regiment, please tea me how I can become a war nurse? I want to help so bad." she added, whimsically. Here," she said, turninor to the group of soldiers before the corporal could answer her question, ' won t you have some chocolates I made especially for you?" Kiev all took one. even Lieutrriant Heffner of the sunnlv comoanv. who overheard her last remark. I hone vou emov it." she arlrle Did I sav I made it todav? ) w. today is April 1!" The center of each of the choco lates was filled with cayenne pepper. After the well dressed rirl had dii. appeared and the soldiers had wiped the tears from their eyes, they good naturedly admitted that it was the best April fool joke they had ever been caught on. Kugel Hands Out Some Broadsides to Butler City Commissioner Kugel during a meeting of the city council commit tee of the whole fired several broad sides at Commissioner Butler, alleg ing that the superintendent of the ac- counts and finance department, if cor. rectly quoted in public print, has been careless of his facts. The row referred to statements of the accounts of the city emergency hospital on Douglas street. Mr. Ku gel explained that detailed reports were on file in his office and had been checked and audited by Mr. Butler's srKS and tound to be correct. "If Mr. Butler believes detailed re ports should be sent to the council as well as to his office why did he not say so to us, instead of making so mucn tust about it?" asked Mr. Kugel. A little byplay was injected when Mr. Butler remarked he had received scant courtesy from Health Commis sioner Connell, to which Mr. Kugel replied: "Remember that Connell is not Kugel, although some people earn to think so." CASH WHEAT SOARS TO A NEWTOP HARK Advance of Two to Three Cents Over Saturday and the Op tions Follow. CORN FRICES ALSO ARE UP Continuous reports of crop damage and the possibility of approaching war, drove cash wheat and corn to previous unknown heights for Omaha whrn the former sold up to $2.11 and the latter to $1.20 per bushel. While all of the offerings of wheat, fifty-six carloads, did not sell at, the top, there was nothing that would grade went for less than $2.05 pet bushel. All the wheat prices- were close to the former top and most of them far above. The advance over Saturday was 2 to 3 cents per bushel. ' ' While cash wheat was making new high records, the option market was doing the same thing. The May op tion sold up to $l.WM,ln advance of, 2j cents and the July went to $1.68s, a gam of i'i cents over Saturday. Corn was almost as active as wheat and was greatly sought after by feed ers and millers. The receipts were 132 carloads, with $1.19 the low and $1.20'! the high. t;--- ' Aitnougn oats lacked about a cent of topping, the market, (hey sold up to 6514 cents, .with the. low at (AVi cents per bushel. -The receipts for the day were seventy-three carloads. To Give Kugel Full - Authority: to Run . All the Pool Halls City Commissioner Kugel told the , citv council lie will not assume re sponsibility for the action of the city council in cases where the commis-. sioners have a vote and they act against his recommendation. . The case in point involved the revocation of the license of a pool hall operated by James Vosiloff at 2929 Q street. "If you are not going - to stand with me on. these recommendations, I may as well quit. In this case, the proprietor of the nool hall was con- . victed and fined in .the South Side po- ntc vuurt jur pcnnming .gainmiug in his place. I have brought vou the evidence and here is my recommenda tion," said Mr. Kugel with unusual seriousness. . Being fined in police court would cut no ice with me," replied Mayor Dahlman, who was atone in contend insr that this license should not be re. ' voiced. All except the mayor support ed Mr. Kugel. - ' ' ' An ordinance governing pool halts provides that in the esse of convic- tion in police court the superintend-' ' ent of police shall suspend the license and the council shall review the case as to whether the suspension should be made permanent, : Commissioner Hummel secured adoption of a resolution, that the superintendent of police shall bring in an ordinance to give his department full jurisdiction over pool halls and thus eliminate the present joint re sponsibility in revocation of licenses. Persistent Advertising Is the Road to Success. . ., , s r OFFICE WORKERS FACTORY WORKERS and others who labor indoors should always take thestrength compelling tonic-food in SCOTT'S EMULSION to keep up their strength, nourish their nerves and increase their energy. 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