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Tlin Sl'NOAY HKK: OMAHA. AlGt'ST 27. 1022.
Take Jump Here
in List 30 Days
v Death of Hoy,!!
Spriii(! Lake Rcidf nt In New
Jertey Hunt Reptile to
, Preunt Another
Spring !ke, N. J, Aug. 21-5noVr
hunting partirt bv been formed
hnc in (ffnrt lo rid ibit dutml of
poisonous rrpldrt which ait be
beted In lnt infested tb neigh
borhiMid in im ruling number dur
ing tht tuuintrr.
Omahan Is Pianist With
New York Cabaret Band
Army Dirigible to Try to Make History
With Three-Stop Flight Across U. S.
Prirf Inrrraurt Rinp:i From
5 lo 20 Prr Out am! In.
fluilf WM Matrriul
I. an (.',
Building materia tostt going
up, e.cordli'f lo quotation being
mad lo realtor arff other home
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butldrri in Omaha,
These price tnrrrttet range from
S It JO prr frill on varinut m
terialt, according lo repwtt made by
fht buildrrt. 1'ht general average n
approiimate ly ID per rrnt over ihr
last 30 day, according lo ttalrmrntt
Wf don't I now whose fault ii It,
John Pasp of Rasp lirot, id, "liul
t ftofi't blame llic local dcslrr. be
ram we know they would prefer to
arlt al lower uricrt "
"Jouh lumber, oak flooring
tnaiiirlinr, plumbing, shingle and
other material are alt being quoted
al increases," it wat reported hy the
building department of the Temple
Mrraydrit rampant, out 01 the
largest home building concern in
J. A. Shopen of Shopen & Co.,
frr which ha built many home
thi year, taid hi company ha been
meeting th increase in cost lor
Ilrntofl A Carmichael, according lo
F. W. tarmithael, recently h-t ion
iracii (or ix new homet, "which we
didn't need lo build right now' to
rtd further tirice inrreasci.
Builder had hoped for reduction
Ihli fall, but do lint expect thrm now.
Shopen & Co. Add
Two More Salesmen
Shopen ft Co. ha added another
unit in iti office in the Keeline build
in: and will add two more real estate
alcftnen to ill elling force Septem
The two new a(esnten are Timer
Raler and C. I Layer.
The firm' increased space was
made necessary on account of it in
created elling force and the activity
fit iti building department. The
Shopen building department will
build 10 new houses in .September.
New Conomore Apartment
, ' Rentrd Before Completion
The Conomore aparimrnt house
on California street just west of
Lincoln boulevard, is all rented, al
though the building will not be com
pleted until September 15, the Peter
Trnt company announced Saturday,
The building contain 19 apart
ivrnt of the three and four-room
type and 1 owned by Peter
A few of the tenant will get their
apartment by September I. ' al
though the entire building will not
be ready for occupany at that time.
'In view of the larg number of
apartment house vacanciei in Oma
ha, we consider thr demand for the
Conomore in a tribute to the build
ing," laid Alfred Kennedy, rental
manager for the I'eter Trust com
pany, "Kvcry effort was made in
the construction to please the ten
ant." Conomore price range from
$65 o $75.
Big Demand for Home,
' Real Khlate Dealer Says
There' a big demand for house
at moderate price, according to If.
V. Volland, 710 Peter Trust build
ing, and a evidence of good business
he submit this list of recent deals:
House at 120? Blaine street. $3,650,
to Anton Novotny; 4022 South Twenty-eighth,
$4,000,' to K. H. Knudson;
331 Valley. 3.9:0, to Milton 1". 1 low
land; 1115 Kw.111, $.1,900, to Sam
Hrcci: 342 Va!y, $3,650, to K. A.
Danshcrry; 47Jl South Sixteenth,
$2,400. to Elmer Taylor; 3422 Ham
ilton, $4,500. to Herbert Olson; 5007
Seward. $3,550, to F. C. White; 2522
North Fiftieth, $5,000, to Royal L.
Stewart; 101 North Thirtv-ninth,
$25,000 ; 2128 South Thirty-fifth ave
nue. $5,900; 40 acre near Fremont,
$12,000. to Annie L. Miller: 320 acres
in Butler county; lot, Fiftieth and
Second of New Wead Stores
Will Be Modern Candy Shop
The second of three store being
erected by F. l Wcad at Twenty
ninth a-jd Leavenworth wa rented
Idst uee, to William A. Mache, who
will int.all an up-to-date candy and
confectionery store. Mr. Mache will
have a fireplace in his dining parlor
mid several private nooks and booths
in connection with the elaborate
equipment which be plans to install.
The Mache store is at 212 Leav
enworth. The other store in this
group which has been rented is 2W8
Leavenworth, having been taken by
the PitjglyWiggly Store corpora
tion. The store will be tmished by
Occupy New Office
Shuler V frv last week moved
Into their new llice on tho third floor
of the Keelint building, New fur
nishing will not all be in, however,
before iht latter ran of this week.
The firm went from the second to the
third floor in order to gtt larger
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Another native son has u.iined note
in distant otitis and is alout to re
turn lo Omaha, lo renew old acquain.
Many Omahan, especially among
those musically inclined, remember
the quiet young man who held forth
lour year ago a manager o the
randrit store musical department.
To some of them he wa Mr. Swift,
but to most of them be was Tom.
Tom Swift will return to Omaha
the latter part of September a a
guest of liob Iluchlcl. He i now
recognized a a mumcian who, in
professional parlance, play enough
piano to bold a job with one of the
fastest dame orchestras in Hk coun
try. In other word he ha a six-night
job that rail for a Tuxedo and a
baby prand, with Kddic Klkins' fa
inou New Vork orchestra.
Swift left Omaha four year ago,
shortly after hi wife died as the re
sult of an automobile accident. Ifc
bad played piano with a Hotel Hen
shaw orchestra before leaving and
when be arrived at the west coast
he slid in at ivory striker in Elkins'
orchestra at the Alexandria hotel in
1-os Angele. Then began the mete
oric rise of both the orchestra and
Al Jolson shuftlcd into Lo An
ijclcs, beard the orchestra, pro
nounced it a "knockout" and took
the entire organization to New York,
where it opened the aeason at the
1'alai Koyal and then appeared at
the Knickerbocker grill. This sum
mer our hero and the orchestra are
playing at 1'avilion Koyal on I-ong
licach, N. V. They also arc making
record for Columbia under the
fame of F.ddie Iilkins' orchestra
and the Kickerbockcr Grill orchestra.
Incidentally, when Tom Swift
come to Omaha he will bring a new
wife, and a on, Tom, jr., who it
about 4 month old.
All Frontage Sold
in New Addition
Cuming Side of Happy Hol
low Tract Bought hy
All the frontage on Cuming street,
in the new lfap.iv Hollow addition
west of Happy Hollow boulevard,
ha been purchased bv four person:
V. H. T. licit. C. K, 'Paulson. Edgar
Armstrong and Dr. S, I!, MacDiar
nnl. This addition, according to repre
sentative of George & Co., is be
ing devcloned according to the plans
made by the lak' J. E. George be
fore hit death a year a-;o. These
plan include large jrro'.ind for
every home in the district. Mr.
George planned that evcrv lot be
large enough for landscaping, a
v.cll as for a house and garga.c
All of the. laud controlled bv
George k Co, on the west side will
be developed according'to the plans
of the late J. E. (Jorge. His brother,
C. C. George, head of the company,
and other members of the firm, know
of these plans, in the studv of which
,1. K. George devoted his life.
The. new district overlooks the
wet slope of Happy Hollow circle
and tb" Dundee sunken gardens.
Several new homes, costing from
$25,000 to $55,000, arc now being
built in Happy Hollow west slope.
Some of the builders arc W. F.
Mcgratb, K. L. Hyde, C. D. Glover,
L. Plainer. H. M. Thompson, John
W. Gamble and others. ?dr, Mc
geatb's house on Happy Hollow
boulevard and Hurt trr-t. will cost
more than ?55,0OO, his contractor
Small Strip on Kightecnlh
Slrwt Sell for $9,000
A 25 -foot strip of land, 75 feet deep
on Eighteenth street, a half block
north of Jackson, was sold last week
bv Maynn E. Yager to Wallace John
son for $9,i)iX). The sale wa made
by the American Security ronip.uiy
and Payne & Carnahy company. The
ground i improved with a small
luilmnl-iin Koine Sold
The James Ku li.utUon bouse at 535
South Thirty-liltlt avenue ha been
old bv Shuler k Cary to Joseph
lrne for JM.J50.
18 Lois Sold by C. W. Martin
in Block Recently Offered
Eighteen lot have been told' in
'.he new Minne Lusa block of 27
lots which was put on sale two
week ago, according to C. W, Mar
tin, head of the company, which put
on the talc.
Three new house have been Part
ed in this block. All the lot were
sold to individual who plan to
build homes' on them.
Payne Invetrnent Men Leave
to View Reclamation Proj'ect
Frank Ilcintze of the Payne In
vestment company and Paul Wil
liam of the Edward F. Williams
company, drove F'riday to Albert Lea,
Minn., to look over the 15,000-acrc
reclamation, project now being de
veloped there by the Payne Invest
ment company. From Albert Lea
they will go to St. Paul and other
J he drive against snaVe wat or
Eiinred following the death of year
obi Eiankbu Mama Gilford, jr., who
succumbed alter suffering esrru'l
ating agony for the better far of a
fn the oi-in.on of the dottort hr
was bitten bv a fattlenake. A con-
pet bead I ttiihlll p'iBslbilitirt.
i be boy's right leg, where tht bite
wa inflicted, swelled up to the utt
of the trunk of a tree. Put gathered
al.ont the knee and the boy sulferfd
I r the latter pari of his stay in
lb hospital he wat delirious, recov
ering roiisi ioutnena occasionally and
then only for a few moinenlt.
Kavea About "Black Snake."
If- raved constantly about "the
l,U k tnake with the white throat"
and begged the doctor and nurses
t help bun kill it.
In one of the lad' rational mo
ments. Dr. Clarence Morri of the
hospital ttaff, taid lo him;
"Franklin, you will be all right."
"I know I will."
'You have got to fight hard."
"I am fiKhting."
I'.ut tome time after tint conversa
tion the boy' respiration jumped to
I6H from .V normal and he had
fever of log. At 1 o'clock in the
morning in pui.e seemed to nave
stopped, yet the child continued 10
live for two hour. J In the doctor
said wa f xtraordinary.
Bitten Near Home.
The lad wa not merely the favor
ite of a family of five brother, three
of whom are older and one one
younger than he. but wa well liked
throughout the village.
He wat bitten in a field near ntt
home. Hi mother had started to take
the cow into the field. Franklin took
the rope from her, saying:
Mother, let me do that. It no
work for a woman."
He took the cow and tarted lo
lead it to pasture. He had proceeded
only a few ttept in the gran when
Mrt. Gifford noticed that he ttopped
and began striking at something in
the grass. He ran, picked up an ax
and pursued tome object hi mother
could not tee. Then he returned
limping. Hi mother. aked what wat
the matterand he replied:
I think I dropped the ax on my
Whether he did not realize he had
been bitten by the tnake, or wat try
ing to deceive hit mother and apare
her a fruht. no one know. Dr.
Clarence Morri wat ummoned later
and even he did not uspect at first
it was a make bite.
it.. 9i a m ' Tj. ' t art l l r 'si ' j.t in .
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Wasbiitou, Aug. ''. Another I to New Vork and baik at nii:bt, a
jnonnr st.ji in the history of trip of almost 51 miles, without
jcroiuiitu will be undertaken by the! stop. Several fearful ebitne storms
iol-. States army air service early were encountered with high winds
in beotrmtier wln-n the armV riir- and heavy log that made steering hy
Vast Amount of Church
Gold Seized in RuHt-ia
Moscow, Aug. 26 Report from
50 state and separate governments
in the Russian federated republic in
dicate that the amount of church
treasure taken by the government for
the famine amounts to a vast turn.
Figure published in the Isvestia
give 744-pound weight of gold, 62H,-6.15-pound
weight of silver, 33,700
diamonds and emeralds, 120 pounds
of pegrls, 43,711 gold pieces and 773
trinket of diamonds and pearls
weighing 980 pounds. ,
Real Estate Sales
First Woman to Seek Seat
in House of Lords Here
igible C-2 will leave the ground
here in the first attempt to make
a Iraut-contiiiental flight with an
airship. Airplane have tnadc the
trip but airship never.
When the C-2 reache Ros field at
Arcadia, Cal., near Angele, it
will have made history.
The flight wat planned in the in
terest if aeronautical science. In
order to establish a cross-continent
airship route. Photograph of the
"airway" vill be taken and data col
lected a lo air ronditiom along the
route. It will also be an unequalled
opportunity to train airship pilots
under the most severe condition.
Much Smaller Craft.
Unlike its ill-fated predecetsor,
the ZK-2 and the Koma, wbieh col
lapsed with a large los of life on
practice trip, the C-2, a much tmall
er craft, hat already demonstrated
ill tturdines and fitnes for the buf
feting certain lo be experienced by
an airship on a long flight. Last
July the ship made history by flying
w w.o a. ii".
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26. Traveling in
cognito with a
da, militant suf
frage leader and
the first woman to
fight for a seat in
the Iintibh house
of lords, slipped
quietly into New
York recently on
the liner Adriatic
for a much needed
She succeeded in
who met the ves
sel at the dock,
and scarcely any
of the passenger
knew that the wa
Last report 1
were that she had
registered at Ston
ingtnn Manor Inn
al St on ingtnn,
not intend to ap
pear bilore the
either in the role
of a lecturer, like
Mr. Asipiith, er
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Finns Incensed at
Helsingfors, Aug. 26. Kcclinsr i
high in many portion of Finland
towards the oviet government be
cause of the activity of the revolu
tionary tribunals in Karelia, where
a revolt against the bolshevik took
place last February. Entire families,
who fled to Finland for safety during
the revolt and who returned to their
property when the bolsheviks dc
dared an amnesty, have been arrest
ed and shot in the last few week.
Report received here ttate that the
tribunal are composed of IVtrograd
communists who are executing the
wealthy peasant and seizing their
property. In the village of Lchta,
Kemi and Kugactrsk, located in north
Karelia, one tribunal has executed
Finland hat always been sympathe
tic toward the Karelian who are
taid to be a Finnish tribe and the
Finnish government has more than
once auggested to Moscow that the
tovict government carry out itj
promise to Karelia in the Dorpat
treaty and grant Karelia autonomy
.There has been a lamine in Ka
relia for the last year and recently
condition have become worse as the
bolshevik have ceased to supply the
communirfs with food and thev have
been requisitioning food from the lo
German Birth Rate
Higher Than French
Fan's, Aug. 26. hrce Germans
are born for every Frenchman, claims
Gustave lferve, writing in L'llomme
Libre, and basing the statement on
French population figures just pub
lished for the first three months of
According to Hcrve the population
of France is decreasing 200,000 a
Hcrve point out at present basis
the number of men coming into mili
tary service each year now being es
timated at 250,000, the classes which
will come to serve in 1931 will not
exreed in number 225,000, and in 1934
Meanwhile Germany with a birth
rate exceeding a death rate by 70),
000, according to Hcrve. already bns
made up the difference in her popu
lation occasioned by the loss of Alsace-Lorraine
and i nn the way to even greater
than prewar numerical advantage,
For Pimply Skin
"All pimplna nee Inflammation of
the akin," say l'etersun, "and the
best and quickest way to gi t ti l of
them it to us IVtcrs.m' oint
ment." I'ti'd by million for nexenui,
tkin and aenlp Itch, ulcer, mrt feet
and plica. All dnii'gitta, !lSe, title,
iron, n i.r,o. ruin.
Lady KtumdtU lisvtU.l lixognilo in ConnttlUui
with a ((nipanin. iOta wt itputtcd in hit igit.
114 at ttunir(tin Manor Inn at Simtimion, Conn.
After her vti-tium th will rtiutn to tnUn. to it
turn hir (loutivtl Unit,
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fiitiiig lo tl'f irs fintio isf wnmrn
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ni'isiil ild it Moi. I l r lie hi,
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tii tt ttiti wt ai'i'Ut ut, ii.s-jrti s,.! ni Anuti
l.itil tr ilki.f .!jilt.r M"t Wll.-oM n, ('
t-ltul pay f 'r rieii t I womtn h cim!
n " woik, a Widowed ii"lhrr'
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lij.lil KHal 1:4111 I't l'l if I )l ti . II
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with us" j I i in I it-'n I, nod wbi ! ii
Ani.o'; tba mrsi'M fi wVuH ! mi o.i bm.ju ttui , . but
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700 GOO 493
1 he Ail tJ'tai AuMt' bhit
151313 DouiUt 5trt
conipat the only way to guide the
ship. The Irip was niadu safely
despite Ihrte handirapi.
Use Hydrogen Cj.
The C-2 it much smaller than
either thr 7.H-1 or the Koma, bring
only 192 fret long, 64 feet wide and
tl feet high, with a rapacity of 172 -000
cubic frit. Hydrogen gas will
b used to inflate the envelope. The
two 150-horsepowrr Wright motors
with which the ship it equipped 'an
reach a maximum speed of (5 nubs
an hour. The bii'li'-st altitude the
thio can, reach is H 500 feet.
The airship will be manned by the
1 1 i 1 ' .
MjJ, If. A. Strauss, in uiMiiding
officer; I apt. linr,;e W. Mel. ntiri ,
Lieut. (). A. Anderson, Lieut. Hon
L. lint' him, Master S rft. Willum
K. litih, rnifinefrt, and Staff t'rgf.
Joseph L. Albrribt, crignieert.
(July three stop are planned be
tween the Atlantic and I'aeoir
Siott field, Jielleville, 111,; lirookl ! aleolmhe eoiilpiit
bld, San Antonio, 'J ex., and amp ; f " n ar 1 1 Ii protde' don't wart
(iuiscd hy Visit
of fcl Woof
Aniilii Ainrrii an IMdtioni
Strfliiiril, I'linffii i.t)ljr, iy
Johnson At livitit for
loiidoil, Aug 2' Anglo Anieii.
ran trlrilioiit art a bit limned, not
offii ially, bill tinoflii ily.
W, Y.. (I'us) foot) Johnn it h
legion for the iimsl recent (mbbe
outliiiisl i,f antj. Anieriraiitsm,
hen "J'uasyfoot" Jolmwrti airivtd
in I niflind be attracted lfl widest
atiiiitiiin and prolxlily hi rHmn It
tin Lid 1 1 tlniai has ued nioca
coiiiiiietil than the arrival of any
Anirriian pi'grnu tune I he tuna
some yrais ago ssbm the first ron
litigent of Aninican 'doughboy" tet
foot on J iigluh soil '
"ru'iioit" is decidedly an unweb
conie si.iti.r from Ameman thoret,
if the tie is spapet s int'rpr-t the pub
be opinion ol Kngland. Jn hi com
ing Ihr j'.tighth people tee a fortli
ciiiiimg aliok ii''n their bbertiet,
I hey fe.ir "J'ut.yfoot" and the news,
papers luv ifivru long and blatant
editorials Ui.it ibey ssill have none of
bit "meddling." and there have been
some rather pointed remaikt with r
niarkt ssith r'Kard lo American r.
teniils l fone American reform
flown those r.nglon lliroais, wtneri
ure now moistened by beseraget of
Lierne, lev, J he route oi the ship 1 t,i,il,ii.n. and thev ire loud in their
Mill lane it over tin se ciiiet: protest, against it, but they teem 10
asliutgtun, I), t ; Akron, Oijfiar that "russyfoot hat tome
Mel 00k liebl, avtott, O ; S ott j niai-iial charm which will tway tbaj
lield, lielleville. 111 ; Camp 1'ike, ptoplp and bring about a reform
Little Nock, Ark.; Love field, Dallas, nKaint the will of the matorily.
'lex.; Marfa, 'Jex,; Caiip Jiierne,
J ex., and 1 uina. An,
I lie airship 11 now undergoing
"fusyfoo" lake the antagonism
of j jigland in (rood part and rbeer
fully predicts that Finland will b
final grooming at Langb v tield, near j dry in 1935. He seem lo wax happy
Washington, 111 preparation for the j and prosperous on the newtpapef
llu:hr I rntiipaigns againtt him.
1 mms -- I Sim
4-Door Sedan, Now $1,335
4-Passenger Coupe, Now $1,235
The preference for Ihc
good Maxwell -Sedan and
Coupe lias steadily grown
since they were introduced
ten months ago.
The admiration aroused
Uy the new kind of closed
rar beauty of those fine
farshas been intensified by
Ibeir exeeptional )erfonn
nnee and reliability in
Greatly increased pro
duction to meet a con
stantly growing demand
has resulted in marked
savings which make posv
sihle these new low pricesf
More than ever it is
apparent that only in tho
good Maxwell can such
sound worth be found.
Ilenlltlfiil perrnniii nf ebised-ear bodies nf steel. (pill tnens pussbb only wild
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