Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 05, 1912, WANT AD SECTION, Image 36
1 1 THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 5, 1912. D Alaska Refrigerators Odorless, eanltary and economical. If yon 're go ing to buy a refrigerator eee them bow while the line la complete. Either line or bite enamel lining. Price $8.50 to $36 Wi Aura Gas Stores Are different from other. The patent pressure con trolling valve aave you gas. Your ga bill will be heavy enough without waatlng 1C Pity your pocketbook. $17 to $32 CONNECTED. We sell the best Mixed Paints known for $1.85 a gallon. John Hussie Hardware Co. : 2407-09 Cuming St "If you buy it of Hussie it's right" H - III I jCidYou Holies It? I l Tk8 Say Tint Earn Neither Utade Too Feel? -J :-' Ju.t Ilk getting In the .hsds or resting oa a couch hammock, let us figure with you on iWI IBM or OtTBCAUre for your 'windows or porch. OOVCX aTAsf. men, have them Iron tM la flMO each. H CCOTT TEIIT a AITOO CO. H4-U teata lata gtreet. a. , inr vn maw. n Standard Electric Company FOR ALL KINDS OF ELECTRIC SUPPLIES SEE US ? ELECTRIC LIGHT. POWER. WIRING, MOTORS and DYNAMOS . Tel. 3831 319 South Thirteenth St. Edw. F. Shurig. Mgr. It Insure i.tMrfaetery eeeletla eg Work escorting to eoatre, Mirru rcain & cAwIxlty c.. anai. rroEurr a eAewAinr mm ' rhone DongUe S53 Residence, Harney E. J. DAVIS HEAVY HAULING tmn Famam Street - Omaha, Nebraska. ., K." aV im Z f 1Y.GJERK1N MQVING.IXPRE53 STORAGE. V CI 5 north SixtssstV St Phone Tyler 1269 r.!svlng, Packing, Storing The Classified Ea.e of The Bee are acanaed dally by thou sand of people. Try tBce Wtat Ad. lnJALL PAPER SALE IIAYDEII BROS. Greater value than aver be fore. Monday and Tueaday will be thebanner day. of the eca on. liAKUKST HTOCK. LOW EST PK1CE8, I1K8T OOOIM. Good paper, bed room, etc, at 2 Bed room, florala and atrlpea, ' t 4 Bed rooma. JOe value . . J4 Parlor gllta, 1 5c and 10e val- , 10 Gilt oatmeala, 46c and 40e vaT- ' 20g Tiffany grounda, lOe valuee 25 Plata Oatmeala, all colroa 25 Enamelet Varnlah Wood Stains while they laat, quart 50 Wlndowphalne, tike art glaaa effect; Hoora Moulding and Ilate Roda; Caloat Burden, Liner and Crown. Oak brand Paint best oa earth. i Wall Paper and Paint Dept. FOrRTH FLOOR. IIWIT ATBWWB. :c stay a, ltu. Block 302. Do your customers live here ? ? ? ? ? ? On Dewey Ave. between 34th and 35th Streets there are 11 occu pied houses and in 7 they take Ths Bee. tivtrtiifrs can cover Omaha with one newspaoeg. TIMELY REALESTATE GOSSIP Exchajift Committee Findi it Hard to Price Bafldinga, LODGES 60 INT0EXA1TT 0AXE Kmlekt. e( CI.Bkn Mere I. Hew . uftm mm Will Krcct mtle tmg WklU hr.u Csbb. W. O. W Tskn OU. ' Tb. ( fioteacr of the valuation commit to. of the Onmha RuJ Eat. ezchans. la eomlnc to be ncocnlMd by property own ers, not only in Onaba, but la point, for outetde. Every week more raqueiu com. la to the commute, to animate the value of Tirtou. piece., of property. It la a dlffl colt work, but the commute, haa become qulu proficient la It The matter of placing a price mark on a vacant lot In any portion of the city Is comparatively uy for them. Ertlmatlna the value of bulldlnaa, however, Is another Utm. At thla, though, the local valuation ex pert, are not maklna any harder work than the experts all over the country or all over the world, are making of It. It 1. a fact wall recognised by real estate men.- builders and private dealers In properties, that to estimate the value of a building one must take In so many things for consideration that the Intrica cies of the problem seldom can be fer reted oit to a solvabla basis or a basis from which an absolutely correct conclu sion can be reached. The price, on building., eld and new. cannot be accurately placed. If a building Is brilliantly planned, built well upon a good site all that can be said of H Is that It may lncreaw la value. In this esse It usually Increases In value despite th. wear and tear of time. But the fact remains that the majority of buildings are not so subject to such commandatloa. Most buildings decline In value and the natural depredtatloa ta materially aided by fault, of planning or construction, or both. In estimating the value of a building, the commltte. must tak. Into eon!dera tlon among the first thing.. It. lighting. The stupid arrangement of windows la a building, neeeuitatlng- artificial lights, always means a demerit mark for that building. Its value always decline, and. In the majority of cues, decline, rapidly, became, tor one reason poor lighting sug gests poor ventilation and poor ventila tion poor health. Another point Is ths penury, or, not to be so blunt or extravagant, the econom ical view of the builder. It has been said that many building, are ao economically constructed that their value decrease, until, by the time they are completed, they are not worth three-fourths of their coat. ' Aa most people Jump at the fancies of dreea, there are aome builders who rush In with their plans and .pecirieationa to erect a structure according to the latest architectural fashion. And like the faacles of drees, these buildings soon are out of style. Practical builder, are thoe. who eaek lo construct aa edifice or house that will suit the purpose of its tenant not only tor today, but tor a long time into the future. - These are tome of the point, the valua tion committee of the exchange haa to oonelder In arriving at a logical price for a building. One llttl. point that la not so difficult to aes. Is the question Of loca tion or site. In building, one should ever remember that a structure should not be toe good for Its neighborhood end, on the ether hand, a neighborhood should not be too good for the structure, Buch a build ing alwaya la a losing proportion. - l.vnn CamnbalL of the Byron Re.1 mmm h.a ha4 a. hard luofe leterv for hi. friend, this week. Preparation, were made to opea the new nmwooa view addition, Mxtleth and Pine aireeta, let Sunday. The company pieced heavy ad vertisement la the aewapapers, ana an- nunmi that automobile, would meet prospective buyers at the end of the car Una. Th. automobiles were there, the beau tiful lot were there-but It rained. Men kuui the around, all day la accord- n ith the aromlees of the advertise ments, but they could do nothing but swear at the weather man. Tbe harder i. niiui the harsher were their epithets. until, along In the afternoon came three venturesome prospective buyers. They marched around In the rain on aa inspection tour of the property while th. uenta were thinking diHnai tnougnia, auch aa "What', the vs.!" unt it waa aome use. Each of th) three prospective buyers evolved into Mai ken', vour moner' purcha..!'. oa the .pot, and everything waa lovely. Tee of the twenly-iour lots la tne new addition have been sold during tbe past week. The lodges and fraternal organisations came very prominently before the eye. of the real estate dealer, during the week. '- The Knight, of Columbus of Omaha council announced they are at heme In permanent quarter, near Tweatieta and Dodge streeta. They had purchased the property about a yar ago. In movtag. the Knight, left vacant tne quarters In tbe Bcerd of Trade building for Seymour Camp of the Woodmen or the World. Seymour Camp la new dee- oratlona, a aew steel celling and Utumt- aatloa In preparing the exchange room, tor ose. The Knlghta of Columbus, not being very active during the summer month, hare taken out the partition la the third story of tbe Monell house and wUl uee It for their gatherings. Th club bouse wUl be en the main floor where there are five large rooms. a reception hall and several little ante room. The floor are of bard wood, and the deeoretloua of their aew hone are quite pretty. rive large noma and two hatha an to be arranged ee the aeooad Doer lor the accomodation of member, who wish to lira there. The basement win be fitted tor temporary Millard and pool rooma. A wooed bunding la the rear to th. out. ef tbe Monell sou, will be erected for use thla tall when the activities if the order begin. The aew building will be of brick end three stories high, and connection with the Monell boose win be built with .- The Knlghta Intend ta reproduce th famous swimming pool ef th Chicago athletic etub. It will be placed ta 1 ground Door .of the new atrwetar. measuring K by el feet. , The Park hoard busy these day alanine out seenthlng Mae as) soraos the central parking en Wool worth ave aue la tbe FMd club district. Thee eoaest ef berberry and low growing entree. Tbe beard .'so la reslaeiac aome tree that are aot p to the standard isnd filling ta the g where tree ar missing Tb result will be a most beautiful street from Thirty-third to the entrance of the Field dub. For the aprtng cleaning day. May 4th, a special commute ws named to taka charge of the work, made up of one man from each street as follows; George T. Wright, Thirty-fifth avenue, chairman; F. A. Shotwell, Thirty-third treat; A. G. Buchanan. Ttrirtrjfourth street; F. W. Thome. Thirty-fifth street; C. H. Ashton. Thlrty-xUth street; C D. Armstrong. Woolworth avenue; C B. Horton, Poppieton avenue. Each street bad a man la charge whose business It wa to ee that his neighbors cleaned op. The Woolworth avenue lighting propo rtion haa been approved by the city council, and the Field Club District Im provement club committee report only two or three name to be secured to th contract. The ar two or three prop erty owner who either have not been can or oa account of being out of the city have bee alow In lgaing up. Aa the country editors would aay. "Our genial P. M. sold hi eighty-acr farm near Bennington last week." Postmaster Wharton consummated a deal with Nela Anderson whereby he re ceived 111.000 for tbe land. . Union Pacific to Show Falling Off in Its Net Revenue Advance Information Indicates that for ths fiscal year ending June K, UIX the Union Pacific will earn 14 per cent tor in t2lt,4CT.M of common stock, a against !. per cent for UU. ' It la said that tb falling off in th percentage of earnings is not due to a lack of business, but on account of aa lucre In operating . expenee. For instance: In Itl, taking ntn month for comparison, lbs operating ratio per mile waa aki per cent; the gross earning, 110, 13 and the net. HIM per mile. In WU the operating ratio Increased to t7.3t per cent, while the groe earnings fall to .!. and ths net to (3.041 per mile. A large portion of the difficulty In connection with tbe financial condition la attributed to the March weather and the floods. For a portion of that month the Union Pacific', main line Into Omaha wa out of cemmluion, so that Its trains had to be routed over other line. Thl. held back a vast amount of traffic and materially Increased the cost of handling that that did get through. JAIL BEAUTIFUL PLANNED BY CHAINGANQ FOREMAN Although It Is difficult to besutlfy any part of a Jail building. John F. Stout, foreman of the elty chela gang, haa de cided that the spot, about ths polios sta tion shall be Improved. With the aid of a doom prisoner be haa tilled la bole about the building, planted grass aeed and trimmed tb several tree. Stout ssys that It a can procure seed flower garden prpbably will be made la front of the building and maintained by the prisoner. , t A Break tee Liberty from stomach, liver and kidney trouble la made when a Me box of Dr. King's New Ufe Pills Is bought. Why suffer! For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Peralatent Adveruslna the Read ta Big Returns. . NEBRASKA GETS A SOAKING Sainfall Fiday Sight it General Over the Entire State. HEAVY SH0WTALL HI WYOXHTO Weather, Hesmr, Immediately ; Wares la. Be) Little Duug la Bene Main rest Help te the Fa. mete. While It I generally eonceded that It was not necessary to push the growing crop along toward maturity, newthlea shout all of Nebraska wa visited by a drenching rain Friday afternoon and night Report to tb railroads are to the effect that there waa hardly a spot In the state that wa not visited by rain. The Burttngtoa resort, rain, all over the line. In the souther pert of the stats and far down Into Ksnsss. At Crete, the precipitation aggregated one and one half Inches. Central City, Fairmont. Harvard. Aurora, Holdrege, Republican City, Curtis and Clay Center each got aa even Inch, a well ae the country for mile on either aide of tbe ones. At Hchuyler, Columbus, Seward, Ericaon. Hastings, Kearney, Seneca and the coun try round about got from one-half to three-fourths of an Inch, while out around Arapahoe tbe rainfall waa from two to two and one-halt Inches. All th way up the Missouri valley from the Kansas line to Sioux City, there was from one-fourth to an Inch of rain, with the aame amount or preopltatioa out Into the country for miles on either .Id. of the it ream Along the Elkhorn valley, from Omaha to Long Pine, toe North weetera report from one-half to an Inch of rain, with much heavier In the Bo neat eel country. Out In Wyoming. Indeed of r.la. It wa .now. From Casper, west to Lander, tbe snowfall Friday afternoon and last night wa from four to eighteen Inches, being heaviest In the vicinity of Casper. This came en top of a ten-inch fall ef the prevloua day. However. In that country It la warm today, at T o'clock thl. morn ing temperatures ranging from w to 64 degrees above aero. Along ths Union Pastfla, there was rain all ths way from Omaha to Jules burg, Colo the range being from one half to one Inch, with two to two and one-half Incbea through western Kansas. Through Wyoming and Colorado, It snowed ell last night, -this morning ths ground being covered by from four to sight Inches of snow. It haa warmed op and tne anow is melting rapidly. LIGHTNING HITS HOUSE OF HOPE LITTLE DAMAGE lightning struck the eld Colonel Burn ham borne at Ml North Twenty -seventh avenue yesterday, hut did ' llttl. dam age except knocking off a doaan shingle, and putting the telephone out of com mission. Thla building ta used by Rev. C W. gavldge In connection with tbe House of Hope, aext door. ' BUCHOLZ IS REPRIMANDED ' FOR SPEEDING WITH AUTO W. H. Buchola of the Omaha Ntlonal bank waa taken In Friday by Traffic- Of ficer Emery and Wheeler for auto need ing, but wes discharged ta police court by Acting Magistrate Altstadt with a reprimand, ft, W, Martin of M Flor ence boulevard waa also diamiaeed, while R. C, Smith waa fined tit W and costs. Fruit Trees and Rose Bushes Ornamental Shade Tree, hardy field grown Roae Bushes, 10 each. While surplus lasts. Fine Cherry Tree. In assortment, 15 each. Other Nursery Block at greatly Reduced Priced. Benson ear takes you within three blocks of nursery. Donson-Omaha Nursery Telephone Benson MU, BENSON, NEB. y i XX WW I J MAW OFFICE f If YOU WOULD BE 'T71StlZ ojQ Guaranteed on Home Builders' Preferred Shdres These share, cost only 11 90 each. Buy aa many or aa few a you like, weekly or monthly. Interest 1 pal semi-annually and compouaded If not withdrawn. Thla I a aaf way to eare, because your money ia se cured by mortgages or deeds on new dwelling. r Buy a Home in the New Way Tou select a lot. anywhere in the city, then yon tell us the style of home you want. We will furnish the necessary money and nulla " for you. Paying back is like paying rent, and In the end you have something n.or than a lot of rent receipts. A booklet. "Tbe New Way.- will Interest you., it is ires, ask for it. 7 HOME BUILDERS (toe.) American Security Company ' FISCAL AGENTS 80 South 17th Street. Both Phones 8867. . on BATtntsAT arnxruraa itxto O'clock. I . .. ... Once a Tragedy-How a Comedy Spring house cleaning has lost its terrors since the Vacuum Cleansrcame ' into vogue. ' ; ' The confusion, dirt, dust and dis comfort of old fashioned house clean ing can now be avoided. Electric Vacuum Cleaners may be rented or. ;,' .-' purchased. : , They cost little to operate usually aot more than it costs to operate two 16 candle power lamps for the same length of time, (about lo per ' hour.) : - ; ' Decide now to do your house cleaning with the least discomfort. ( Rent or buy a Vacuum Cleaner and you will ' enjoy the difference. Ask any dealer, in electric supplies for prices. ; " Ask our Contract Department for tny further information. ' ' - Omaha Electric Light & Power Co. Champion Iron and Vire Works J. J. Uiij Proprietor Manufacturers of 15th a ad Jackson Telephone Doaglaa 1090 cod Fencing for Kewa, Foaltry aad waraea. Iron and Wire Fences, Railings, Guards and Screens. Otaaauntal boa Work. Banders' Xrea Work. Bead fee Catalogue, TTTIT W mm AM ilBBAK GQ Are you going to move into that new home this spring? If io guard against having your furniture scratched or probably broken by having us do your moving. Our large vans and experi enced mea win flimftiatri all cause for worry. Our many new de vices for handling pianos and other large pieces of furniture make, tt possible for us to do moving in a much shorter length of time. If you are going to move it will be to your advantage to call us.. We give the best possible service and it is always our endeavor to give absolute satisfaction. f PACKING AND SHIPPING We have bad S yware aasei Usee ta the e.h1g lait.in aad employ. Ska bee oa Timing is.tsr.. If let as rices en jeer peeking and eaipvlag. We fsrateh aU packag seeSsnal at a i ami. f i prase. Altbee-a we the sseet modern faetllHee, ewe petes are lew. We effec yen the beaeii ef ear Out Fireproof Storerooms Excel a yon aiw planning te go, away fee tbe on aa eateaded trie, ew ftrspieef eatene often the meat ae asptabls pease fee the aafsbeeptag' ef ywar mranare. we aaew ladtvtdaal re, wkiefe hasp eaek .ia.lgaw.si ed t alter espante. Oar prtoe. are naeeaaale and the eervtee we nadec Omaha Van fit Storage Co. 806 SOCTH 16TB ST. IHONB DOVGLAS fl3; 1XD. A-1335. BRANCHES Sit SO. 17TH ST. and 11 SO NORTH IPTH ST.