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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1914)
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 7, 1914.
A Few Practical Suggestions for Your New Home
"Without doubt the best
m e c h a nical construc
tion on the muijyui. rn
ted with the Acorn gus
saving valves. Wo can
show you how and why
it saves the gas. $17.00
upward. Cash or pay
Either plain or white enamel. The only refrigerator made
in which tho construction and ice saving quality is as
good in tho $8.50 as in the $37.00 one.
Buy now whilo the line is complete and prices low.
$2.25 up for dependable mowers.
John Stiussie Hardware Co.
2407-09 OUMING STREET
"If you buy it of Hussie it's right."
An Attractive Bungalow
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STORAGE A VAN CO. 1jS$& I
fpsE WTH.AMD JACKSON STS, 1
Prompt and Skilled Service, Skilled workmen.
FIDELITY STORAGE & VAH COMPANY
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Nebraska Tent & Awning Co.
709 South 16th Street
and Porch Curtains
Material and Work
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
The homo illustrated above Is a splen
did ezamplo of the modern type of tho
story and-a-half-bungalow. This home
has been made beautiful at a very low
cost, simply by an artlstlo treatment of
tho exterior features.
The large porch across tho entire
front of tho house Is tho main outside
feature, and Is large enough to screen
In a portion for summer. The living
room opens directly off the porch and Is
a large, beautiful room across tho side
of tho houro. It has a largo open, fire
place, beam celling and an attractive
stalrwiy loading to the second floor.
A cased opening separates thlB room
from tho dining room, with paneled
walls and plate ralli off the dining
room In front Is the sun room with win
dows on three sides. Tho kitchen Is
directly back of the dining room and
has bullt-ln kitchen cupboard and re
frigerator room at the rear.
On tho second floor aro three large
bedrooms and a bathroom. All bed
rooms aro supplied with a good closet
and aro finished In a white onamel trim.
The living rooms on tho first floor are
finished In a dark oak.
This plan Is from the offices of Everett
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Real Estate Loans
Loans made on real estate for building, for lifting a
mortgage or for other purposes. If you own a lot and
have a portion of the cost of building, we can loan you
If you are planning to build or buy a home it will
pay you to investigate our plan. Small monthly pay
ments with privilege of paying larger amounts or paying
off the entire loan at any time. Lowest Loan and Build
ing Association rate. No commission. No delay.
Omaha Loan and Building
Office N. W. Corner 15th and Dodge Sts.
G-. "W. Loomis, President. J. T. Helgren, Asst. Sec'y.
W. R. Adair, Sec'y and Treas. A A. Allwine, Asst. Sec'y.
S. Dodds, architect. Anyone desiring call or write to the arch tect, who will
further Information relatlvo to this
beautiful home or the designing of a
modern dwelling of any kind, should
bo lad to render his services. Everett
S. Dodds, Architect. Offices 612-613
Paxton Block, Omaha, Neb.
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Phone Douglas 3641 J BtimfcipiiiB
612-13 PAXTON BLOCK
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better your house would look and feel with AWNINGS. Try
somo and see how little they cost.
Our representative will call and measure find out what
they will cost you wo will be pleased to make a price on your
SCOTT-RAWITZER MFG. CO.
Phone Douglas 882 or 338.
11th and Harney Sts.
Tho new Grain Exchange at 19th and Harney
tho proposed Syndicate Building at 20th and Farnam
tho nearly completed Plaza of tho Court House
tho now Hotel at 18th and Douglas
' ' are ftuir moro reasons why
THE BEE BUILDING
i continues to ho
" , the host office location .
in Omaha. : '
A few choico rooms available now.
For offices apply to the Superintendent, Room 103,
The Boo Building. .
W& will bulhl any stvle house you desire on any lot you select and furnish the money required for a mail
navment down T the T balance T almost like rent. Archlteofa full working plans and specif lcations free, furnished
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Why Move in Haste? Store Your Goods With
Us While Looking for a Suitable House
We Employ Shlllod and Competent Workmen
OMAHA VAN & STORAGE CO.
804 South Sixteenth St.
PHONE DOUGLAS 3750.
C. IM. ROBINSON
768 OKAKA HAT'I. B4HK
621 North 16th
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nEAUTirUL DIBPLAT AT 1303 W. O. W. BUH.DINO.
S BRICK COMPANY
Douglns 4 128.
Main Office and Display
Ilooms, 1708-10 Cubing St.
An 8-lnchwide wall of our Steam Cured, Water-proofed
blocks with the key joints filled with cement mor
tar has the strength of a 12-lnch-wlde brick wall. In
sist on having the key joints filled, and strengthen
IDEAL CEMENT STONE CO.
E. J. Davis
PHONE DOUQLA8 353
THE OMAHA BEE-
THF. HOME PiPEB.
Goes to Jail for
"A Comedy of Errors" In police court
caused C. J. Higgtna to think he wan In
the m!dt of a "Midsummer Night'a
Bream." and brought about a hearty
laugh at the expense of Officer Joe Hell,
g acred guardian of the portals of the
police court bull pea
3udre Foster had Issued a call for Otto
Kenyon. charged with attempt to steal
a hena and delivery wagon J.rom Byron
Dunham at Thirteenth and Leavenworth
streets. Officer Hell in semi-stentorian
tones opened the b. p. door and shouted
"Kenypn." In the wake of the echo of
the call a dilapidated drunk, blear-eyed
And evidently suffering- from a "hang
over." shampled out and up to the bar
of-'justice. He was sworn, the complaint
for hoTO stealing (modified to vagrancy)
was read and the case started.
Higgins in a daxe, was agreeing to
everything everybody said, although he
didn't appear to have a very good first
hand idea of what the proceedings were
about, and senttneo was about ready to
fee pronounced, when Officer A. C. Ander
son strolled through the court and In
quired casually who was "up." Told that
it was Kenyon for horse stealing he
emitted a loud "guffaw" and said that
the prisoner didn't any more resemble
Kenyon than a flea did a chipmunk.
Kxplanatlons were in order and Hell
went back into the b. p. for the real Ken
yon. The latter satd he took the horse
and wagon In order to transport a case
of beer to a picnic he was going to at
tend, and that he intended to return It.
Ills good. Intentions netted him thirty
WALLACE MOVES OFFICES
TO STATE BANK BUILDING
C. Q. Wallace, who has otflced in the
same rooms in the Brown block at Six
teenth and Douglas streets for , over a
quarter of a century, has moved' his of'
flees to rooms 610-12 and 14, State Bank
Mr. Wallace la one of the few real es
tate men of Omaha who haa watched
Omaha grow from a village to a city of
great importance, and he thinks that In
vestors are only now beginning to make
money in Omaha real estate-
Join the Swappers' Club. Membership
is free. Call at Bee office.
Dr, Gifford to Build
Hotel for Gastle
butlnees and will cater to the masses,
with popular prices prevailing in the cafe
as well as on tho guest rooms.
The deal was negotiated through W. T.
Graham, real estifte dealer.
Announcement Is made of the erection
of a new 150-room hotel at Sixteenth and
Jones streets by Dr. Harold Gifford for
Fred Castle, the hotel to be known as the
The building Is to contain 150 rooms, IK
with bath, to be six stories high and to
be of strictly fireproof ' concrete con
struction. To the south of the new hotel
building proper Dr. Gifford owns an
other fifty feet, upon which he will also
erect a two-story building, the first floor
of which will be devoted to stores and
tne enuro secona noor wm d leasea to
Mr. Castle for a big banquet and conven
tion hall. A big cafe and bar and a fine
lobby, 40x 40 feet, will be conspicuous fea
tures. Plans for the new hotel building are
now beInK drawn by John MoDonald, the
architect of the Henshaw and other prom
inent Omaha buildings. Work Is to start
at once upon excavation and the hotel
Is hoped to lie ready for business by the
end of the present year. The completed
property and equipment will represent an
(Investment of JSOO.OCv.
The hotel will be strictly for transient
BISHOP SCANNELL TO HAVE
CONFIRMATION CLASS SUNDAY
Right Bev. Blchard Scannell will ad
minister confirmation of 140 candidates
at Sacred Heart church Sunday alter
noon at S o'clock. Of these candidates,
twrntv-throe are adult converts rrom
other states and the -total number have
hn under the Instruction of Father
Judge of Sacred Heart church for the
last three months. Bishop Scannell will
be accompanied by several of the Cath
olln nrlrsts of Omaha at the contlrma-
tion. The choir of the church, under
the leadership of Miss Clare- Connor, will
with mover .t: Sualn.
A. B. Mason, formerly connected with
the Armstrong-Walsh company. Is now
associated with the Grover & Spain Co.,
with nttirem in the City National Bank
building, where Mr. Mason will be glad
to meet all his old friends.
Join the Swappers' Club. Siemfcersh
is free. Call at Bee office.
CHARLEY MOORE IN SERIOUS
CONDITION IN ROCHESTER
Charley Moore, for years a well-known
character about town. Is In a serious
condition In the Mayo Bros, hospital at
t v..ki.. ul.n . If loft Omaha a fow
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days ago with the Intention of seeking
the aid of the Rochester surgeons.
Charley Moore waa well known In tne
world of sport In Omaha, At one time ht
operated a saloon In the third wara. or
tim. nt he has been engagea n
the automobile rental and taxi business.
YOUTH PARTS WITH HIS
TONSILS TO JOIN THE NAVY
Elton E. Smith, age IT, living at SIS
Mason street, was so anxious to enter the
navy that he decided to undergo a pain
ful surgical operation. In order to iass
the required physical examination.
Elton reached the age of IT In October,
and at bnce applied lor enlistment to
the navy. He was rejected because of
diseased tonsils. However, v:ian he
learned that the iWwl casld be remeUlfd,
he Btuck to his Jib 3t Ho, den Bros, and
isavei his. money to have the operation
'performed. A fw t-'4v- rso he had the
tooxl".s removed, and having fully recov
ered from the effects of the operation,
applied for enljstment and was accepted.
He was at once sent to tne navy training
station at Chicago, where he will prepare
himself as an apprentice seaman.
MISS M'HUGH TO CONTINUE
IN EDUCATIONAL WORK
Miss Kate McHugh, principal of tho
Omaha High school, will continue In edu
cational work after she retires this year
. . v. - 0Vi clmAl nn nennlnn. Sn aha
ilium itc iiibm wvww., .- -told
the faculty of the high school and
several menus wuu cine, mcu i.
honor at Happy Hollow club Friday night.
Her plans for the future, said Mls Mo
Hugh, are vague, but !tat ever she
does, it will be In the educational field.
PUBLIC LIBRAftl 30ARD
HOLDS MONTHLY MEETING
D;. J- TS. Summws, aew member of the
public library board, attended his first
meeting Friday night at the monthly as
sembly. Ik J. TePoel. who was recently
eppcXd a member In place of Austin
C'otlett, was elected vice-president in
place of Colonel A. D. Fetterman. re
signed. A large Increase was reported
In the circulation of books from the
branch stations of Die library.
King of Denmark
Snapped in Moving'
PARIS, June 8. King Chrlstlon of Den
mark who, with Queen Alexandrine, re
cently paid an official visit to President
Polncare and Mme. Polncare, probably Is
the only sovereign who has played the
role of an actor in a moving picture
The Incident occurred at Hornbaek, a
small watering place near the capital. A
cinematograph company had arranged
tho setting for an unusual scene for the
films. It was to be a shipwreck In which
a young woman, her child, and the
woman's mother were participants. The
king was promenading on the beach.
Suddenly he noticed the unfortunates,
their htdr disheveled, who seemed to b
calling for help. The king started bravely
to rescue them when a ypuryc actor, hero
of the drama picked them up, the life
belts with which they were equipped
having lessened the chances of any fatal
ending of the scene. The king finding
he had beer, included In the picture was
vexed and expressed the desire that it be
destroyed. The last half of the drama
bad to be played without his assistance.
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