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nKAi ESTATE
PIlOl'HUTY PUR BALK.
REAL ESTATR
CITY PKUFERTY I'OR SAI.lt.
REAL ESTATE
CITY rUUPKIlTY FOll SALB.
REAIj ESTATE
city pnorrcitTY ron balk.
KKAL ESTATE
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REAL ESTATE
city rnoiusnTY rou salf,.
BOATMEN MAYBE ARRESTED
CITY
THE BEE: OMAIIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914.
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MONTCLAIR
Foxes have holes, birds of the air have nests, the Indi an his wigwam, but not more than one civilized man in four
has a habitation he can Call his own.
If you have not already started to acquire some part of the earth, hero is your opportunity. On Saturday, June 97th
at 2:00 P. M. wo are going to offer for teale lots in Montclair .Thirty-third street, Cuming to Hamilton. Salesman will be on
the ground Friday, 4.00 P. M. until dark to show the property.
Right in town only 12 minutes by street car to heart of cHy 18 minutes to Railway station.
These are not cheap lots but goqd lots at cheap prices and on easy terms. , ,
Building restrictions just enough to make it an ideal place for homes.
We offer on easier terms, than have ever before been offered on this class of property., The prices range from $700.00
to $'1,300.00; a lot and these prices include water, sower, gas and cement sidewalks, all paid for. . .
Two street car lines Boulevard traverses property and Bemis Park and play ground adjoins it on west. Schools and
churches in close proximity. .
High School and Creighton University in easy walking distance. - ,
Terms'$12.50 to $25.00 ii lot cash, balance $12.50 to $25.00 a month, or easy quarterly, semi-annual or rfnnual payments.
v . Don't forget date of sale, next Saturday, 2:00 P. M. tillnight. Take Cuming street car and get off at Boulevard or
Harney street car and get off at Myrtle Avenue, or if more convenient, call Douglas 1722 and wo will show you property any
time"beforo date of sale.
Douglas 1722.
REAL ESTATE
FARM A IlANCIl I.A.N'DS Foil SALE.
.- Ncnrnaba.
W.1&-PBR ACRE-W.1S. .
MO-acre Improved western Nebraska
etock ranch, easily worth 17.60 per aero,
but owner must ralso money at once, so
Is offering this ranch tor 3.15 per aore
cash for, quick sole. Would you trade one
dollar for twoT That Is what wo are
offering you In this place, and more, but
.It must go at once. Title perfect and clear.
Write or wlro for full particulars. "Walt
& Dean. Agents, Blue Mound. Kan.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
SO-ACRB Irrigated farm 1S4 mile from
county Beat, raise alfalfa, fruit, stocks,
dairying and hogs. Must sell or will
trado for stock of merchandise or other
property In city or country. Write prlco
and particulars in first letter If trade.
Address Box 661, Gooding, Idaho
Pianos for other musical Instru'ts. D. 2017.
OMAHA Improved property for farm:
.4 dwellings, goodrepalr, annual rental,
JllJO, valued at JISJDOO: garage for three
autos; on corner and car line. Want
grain and stock farm within ICO miles of
'Omaha. Describe your farm to
ARTHUR CHASE, Sole Agent
W8 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Nob.
.til AfMtKH for Ruin nr ftxehanKO. Com'
binatlon stock and grain farm, 100
acres In cultivation 40 acres wheat, 40
acres com, 20 acres barley, and other
crops. Can be sold for $20 per acre.
Owner will consider Omaha Income prop
erty or stock of hardware. Submit all
offers to
t ARTHUR CHASE, Sole Agent.
5i8 0maha Nat. Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
FOUND-rJ20-acre homestead In settled
neighborhood: fine farm land; not sand
hills: cost you 200, filing fees and all. J.
A. Tracy. Kimball, Neb.
REAIj ESTATE IX) AN 8
HOC to 110,000 made promptly. F. D.
Weaa. weaa mug., im aim turnum.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam.
net CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlbers Co.,
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
KEE us. first If you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co.. Omaha, Neb.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. 41. Thomas. 228 State Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm loans, 5, 6Vi, per cent
j; H. Dumont & Co.. 1003 Farnam. Omaha.
HARRISON & MORTON. 91 Om. Nat.
WANTED City loaus. Peter Trust Co!
UillA, V 1.V XJilU0.0mana Nat Banl.
( arm loans. Optional payments & an
ndal Snt. Wm. McCorinlck. 1201 Farnain.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat Douglas 2715.
REAL ESTATJC
" CITY PROPERTY Foil SALE.
Down lown
Investment
Pull lot C6xl2J feet. 1V4 blocks from post
office, close to ne,w Fontenelio hotel; In
Come, $2,040. Price. J20,600.
This property will pay you 7 per cent
net and the ground is constantly increas
ing in value. Inside property like this
In Omaha Is as safe as a mun cip'il bond
and much more profitable.
J. H. Dumont & Co.
a Farnam St, Phone Doug 63a-o
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BENSON & CARMICHAEL
We Will Build to
Order Bungalows
and Cottages
$150 to $200 Down
Balance Like Renl
Wo have eight nice lota near 14th and
Binney, on which we will build to order,
four, fivo or bIx room cottages and bun
galows. Why not select your plan and
let us build Just what you want?
OR, IF YOU HAVE A LOT
THAT IS CLEAR
Wo will finance and biuld a home for
you, occordlng to your own plans and
Ideas. Our terms are the easiest and
our prices lowest. Bring in your plans,
or come In and give us your ideas, and
will have plans drawn for you Will
nlso cheerfully submit an estimate on any
plan.
Hiatt-Fairfield Co. '
Douglus 49S. 200 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
Happy Hollow
and
Dundee Lots
Easy Terms
One Tenth Cash and One Per
Cent of the Purchase Price
Per Month
Building restrictions on all lots. Send
for plat and literature.
Five ,000 lots on Nicholas St, $100 cash
and $10 per month.
Some choice double corners on S2d St.,
100x135; a good Investment or a placo to
build a home.
George & Company
Doug. 766. 302 City Nat Bk. Bldg.
Boulevard Park
Home
Brand new E-room bungalow, oak finish,
with oak floors, bookcases, window seat,
plate rail and paneled walls. Large, well
arranged kitchen with butler's pantry,
stair to attic. Attractive lighting fixtures,
high grade plumbing, furnace heat, floor
drain, gradu- door to basement, pressed
brick foundation, cement walks in and
around the house. Lurge lot, street now
being paved. Surrounded by new homes.
We 'have "no price on this homo, want on
offer. About $300 'dash, rest monthly, or
will take lot.
Rasp Bros.,
109 McCAOUE BLDQ.
DOUG. C&3.
IDEAL HOME
SiCS California HU Living room, sun
room, dining room, kitchen, first floor;
four bedrooms and bath second floor; full
basement and attic, floored all over, first
floor In oak, second floor birch and
maple. Large lot Must be Seen to be
appreciated.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
(S3 Brandels Bldg. Douglas 332.
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Want a Home Bargain?
Here's a good one at sacrifice price.
9-r. modern house, choice corner lot, both
streets paved, finest location, near Lowe
Ave. and Izard. Lot largo enough for an
other house; must .be sold at once, and
the reduced price W,850-wilI sell It.
Make us an offer on your own terms.
Choice new 6-room modern bungalow,
full lot, paved street fine location, 8. W.
of Hanecom Park. $3,200, very easy terms.
4-room cottage, built 3 years: full lot.
near 37th and Ohio, $1,160; $60 cash, $12.60
pr inonin. jiave several cottage home
bargains on similar terms.
McKitrick Real Estate Co.,
316 Ramge Bldg. 16th and liar. Doug. 1482.
Modern Benson
Home, $875 Cash
Balance $3G and tntorest monthly; 3 60
foot east front lots, highest part of town.
Two blocks south of car, house on cen
ter lot.
0-room. very modern, nearly new: hlir
furnace, fine floors; all In splendid order;.
uuub urn? i yeuia, uuio uuuse wun ce
ment floor; barn, chicken house and yard,
shrubbery. Will make very low price for
all, or will take $1,000 less for place with
2 lots, or $2,000 less with 1 lot. Today Is
the time, here is your home. Ask us to
rfiow you.
O'KBFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nafl Bank. Doug. 27t5.
Or evenings. Harney 338 or Harney 51J4.
New
8-Room Modern,
$3,750
Comer lot near 22d and Hprague, up-to-date
and modern In every particular, four
fine bedrooms. Owner leaving Omaha.
Couldn't bo replaced for the money.
Term, $600 cash, balance monthly,
Armstrong-Walsh Co.
Tyler 1538. 808-10-12.14 State Bank Bldg.
Why Pay
Rent?
Write, call, phone or send for our list
vt easy payment houaes. Priced from
im to $2,000. Payments of $100 cash and
$10 per month. Now is- the time to get'
away from the rent habit
Creigh, Sons & Co.,
Douglas 20).
60s Boe Bldg.
ABSTRACTS OK TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 30u So. 17th
Et Phone Douglas 6487.
REED Abstract Co. oldest abstract of
flee in Nebraska- 203 Brandels Theater.
Earth
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642 Paxton Block.
MUST BE SOLD
66x143 near corner 26th and California
streets, worth $10,000, $7,600 will buy it
now,
37x180 on 24th near Harney, faces 24th
avenue with modern home, $8,600 takes it.
Phone Douglns 3607. Call at 413 Kar-
, bach block.
TO BUY. BELL Oil RENT. K1HST SEE
JOHN W. BOBBINS. '.tOt FARNAM ST.
Florence Real Estate for Snip.
C. L. Nethaway, suburban prop. Flor. 276.
ACREAGE FOR SALE.
Fruit Acres
This Is one of the finest fruit farms In
Douglas county. Fruit of all varieties
and all trees in bearing. Farm lies beau
tifully and trees are In first-class condi
tion. Can sell in tracts of 6, 10, 20 or 30
acres. This lies within 20 minutes' ride
In your machine from 16th and Farnam.
You won't get a chance like this again
In a long time. INVESTIGATE. Terms
half cash, balance 6 per cent.
Calkins&Co.
Douglas 1703.
1313 City Nafl.
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ELEANOR PLACE
Thnt beautiful, lovel trnot lying north of pretty Prairie.
Park addition, known as tho McKcnzio property.
Between 24th and 27th Street, facing Larimoro Ave.
Advance Sale Begins Saturday,
June 27th, 2 P. M.
Big lots 42x135 with alley and 40-ft. street. ,
$700 choice of insido lots $700.
Includes Water, Sower, Cement Walks.
Easy Tonus $10.00 Cash, $10.00 a Month.
Building Restrictions Protect Purchasers.
Served by direct car lines North Twenty-fourth, Flor
ence, Forest Lawn or Ames Ave cars.
Biggest Bargain in vicinity of 4th and Ames. Lots within
two blocks selling for $1,500.
Don't lot tho other fellow got YOUR LOT.
Hand a Salesman a $10 bill and get receipt.
ARTHUR CHASE, Sole Agent
548 Om. Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
Chicago, Hook lalantl A. l'ncltlo
Depart. Arrlra.
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WEnSTEU HTllEBT SlATIOrf -rif.
teenth nnd Webster.
Mlaaon'l rnclflo
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Ak-Sar-Ben After
Oommeroial Club
for Membership
The Ak-Sar-Hcn offluo force, tho hua-
iine- pnmmlltec. anil even tho Unlletl
Ifltatee mail system, have been called Into
service to bring out a crowa to mo u
Monday night, which is Commercial tlub
night Although part of tho members at
the Commercial club are alBo members
of Ak-Har-llen there are still others who
are not within Samson's fold.
"Why not?"
Well, that Is what tho hustling commit
tee wants to find out In what time thero
Is left. For unless a. man hns a valid
excuse, a real valid excuse, Hp cannot
cacune this hustling committee.
For. why a niHn should bo .nembcr
of the booster organization like the Com
mercial club and then rcfuso to pay tho
J10 membership fco In the big booster or
ganisation that boosts Omaha and the
state from coast to coast, tho hustling
committee cannot understand.
FORT FINDS BIG AD CLUB
CONVENTION INTERESTING
Passenger Traffic Manager Fort, of
the Union Pacific Is back from Toronto,
where he attended the annuui meeting
of the Ad clubs of the United States
and delivered one of the principal ad
dresses. Mr. Kort asserts that tho meet
ings wero largely attended and were
Interesting from start to finish.
Delegates to the Ad club conyentlon
were present from almost every state
In the union, but rone of them slxed
up be'er than those from, Omaha and
Nebraska.
Culls from the Wire
UverX' " "SliSSS.
of Credit wen in
1 a cable mosage made public at Now
York yesterday. A got Lanse, nn ox
iTlorer after Announcing that ho had
inmnliteS the 'Amazon exp orations for
uWcli he went Into the Ilraslllan jungles
ii 1911 added that he found the dlscov
eVof 'a rive? by Colonel Ttoosovelt to be
authentic.
The election of the Association of Arner
lean Kallwav Accounting Officers at Min
neapolis resulted ns follows- Preslden ,
C S" Begar. New York, first vice presl
dent It. A White. New York! second
vice president. L. A. Robinson, Chtcuuo.
AVells Fargo and company at New York
yesterday declared a semi-annual dlvldond
It 1 1 per cent, a reduction of 2 per cent
from the previous rate.
M'llllam V Bilne. former head of the
disbanded United Police, yesterday was
found guilty at Chicago of embezzlement
of part of a fund of I6D.OM raised by or
garitxation for a lobby by which they hoped
to get an ordinance Increasing tholr sal
aries through the city council. Stlne was
convicted on two charges, embezslement
and conspiracy. Stine's punishment was
fixed at five years In the penitentiary on
the conspiracy charge and from one to
ten years on the embezzlement charge.
San Francisco was chosen as the meet
ing place for June 19U, and D, J. Rey
nolds of Minneapolis was named presi
dent of the American Federation of Pa
triots Voters at the close of their first
annual meeting at Chicago. The Rev.
Otis It. Spurgeon, Dos, Moines. Ia., was
chosen vice president and C. W. Illbb of
Minneapolis was elected seiretary and
treasurer The federation adopted a reso
lution charging the Cathollo church with
instigating riots and labor troubles In the
United State
Ctl.Neb. Lim. to Uwoln,.. I:1 am a Ii47
Colorado Calllorsla Eip...a 1:40 pm a 4:00
Oklahoma Taiaa Kxpreac.a 4:00 pm all .13
Hour Mountain United.. ..eU;:; pm all ill
Douglas G80 and Webster 2579.
Brandeis Employes
Vacation With Pay
Mr. GcorRO Itraudeltt, manager of tho
big Ilrandols stores loft ycBtenlny to
bo absent two weeks, tho tlmo to bo di
vided between Chicago and Now York,
Deforo his depatruro a now rule was
promulgated by Which all employes in thu
norvlco of J, L. Drandcts & Sons for moro
thnn a year are to have a week's vacation
with full pay. Mr, A. D. Urandcls, who
Is here from Now York, will remain for
part of tho tlmo Mr, a corse Urandels Is
absent.
VISITING TICKET AGENTS
TAKE TRIP OVER TOWN
Western Iowa nnd South Dakota, ticket
agents enroute from the trip to tho Pa
cific coast, reached Omaha aid spent sev
eral hours In tho city prior to leaving
for their homes during tho afternoon.
While hero they visited the Union Pa
cific headquarters and took an automo
bile ride over the boulevards and through
the parks. Thero wero twenty-one In the
party.
Later in tho day tho ticket agents from
Cleveland and Pittsburgh arrived over the
Union Pacific and went out over the
Northwestern. Thero were eighteen In
tho party and they remained in tho city
a couple of hours.
THERMOMETER SOARS
IN THE STATE THURSDAY
Holdtege and Culbertson again carried
the distinction of being the hottest places
In Nebraska Thursdny, when tempera
tures of 101 wero recorded at each place
by government instruments. In Omaha
the maximum temperature of 97 was re
corded, and tho averago from seventeen
government stations for tho day, was 60
degrees.
However, relief Is promised for Batur
day, with tho forocust of Colonel Welsh of
tho local weather bureau, who predicts
Slightly cooler weather tomorrow, Unset
tled conditions tonight and Saturday may
product) local showors in the vicinity of
Omaha.
LOCAL EAGLES TO GO
TO ST. JOSEPH CLAMBAKE
A special carload of Omaha and Hotith
Omaha Kaglcs and prlzo ring enthusiasts
will lcavo Omaha Baturday night over
tho Burlington for tit. Joseph, where tho
Eagles of that city will hold their big
annual clam-buke Sunday afternoon. In
the scml-wlndup Johnny Cahlll, a South
Omaha boxor, will mix with Ray Mar
shall of Atchlnson, and as Johnny Is popu
lar in the suburb city the fans Intend
to back him to the limit. The ISaglos
rlam-bako at St Joseph la a big affair,
and Includes several athletic events. The
big event will be a match between Fred
die Daniels and Bobby Waugh.
DR. FICKES WIRES PRIZES
FOR CARTER LAKE CLUB FETE
While Carter Lako club hats many loyal
members, Dr. J. D. Flckes, who Is In
southern Texas on a pleasure trip, per
haps ranks first. When he learned that
Carter Lake club was to celebrate the
Fourth of July,' he telegraphed that' ho
would offer three prizes:
A watch for the best boy swimmer
under IS years of age.
Silk stockings for the bent woman
diver.
Two dollars In cash for the winner of
the canoe tilting contest.
HOWELL CANNOT COLLECT
DOLLAR FORJVAIVING RIGHT
No more will R. Beecher Howell com
pel his valued patrons to pay tl for a
permit to secure service from a private
main and force them to waive the right
of protest against paying for a new main,
according to a decision of District Judge
Sutton.
The Judge Issued a peremptory writ of
mandamus compelling Howell to allow
Mrs Charlotto Undrea to secure tervlce
from a main In Meredith avenue without
signing away her rights and paying Jl
for the privilege
M'KINLEY LODGE HAS
ELECT0N OF 0FFCERS
With a largo membership present, the
William McKlnloy lodge. No. E21, Inde
pendent Order of B'nal U'rlth. for the
third time elected S. J. Leon as its presl
dent at Its c)ub rooms In the Metropolitan
hall. Mr. Harry Malashock, head of the
Intellectual advancement committee for
tho last six monthB, was elected vice
president. Others elected were 81 Levey,
secretary: Otto Oluck, treasurer; Dr.
Philip Levey, J. Rosoft and Philip Bel
mont, trustees.
Delegates to constitutional grand lodge,
Edward Simon and Henry Monaky,
rtmuh. fuI fatatA la tha be&l Investment
you could make, llsad ?6e Bee's real
estate columns.
Wholesale Gathering In May Result
at Inspection of Crafts.
REGULATIONS ARE VIOLATED
ffiM ernmrnt's Ilnlrs Itcgnrdlnff
tiqnlpmcnt t'hnnirril This Year
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Nciv NnvlKntlon Lnvr.
Thu next Inspection of motor and sail
boats on lakes In Nebraska and western
Iowa lakes by Cadet Toyloi, collector of
customs for the port of Omaha, may re
sult In wholcsnlo arrests for violations ol
government regulations providing for ths
equipment of such water craft.
hilt) tho regulations nt tho govern
ment concerning tho equipment of
launches, metorboats and sailboats havi
not been changed this season tho enforce
ment of tho statute will bo moro rigid
than In former years.
Lights must be carried fore and aft,
and tho regulations provide that these
lights must bo lighted at sundown in
stead of dark, as has been a local custom
for many years.
During tho Inst two years the collector
of tho port has had moro discretionary
power In tho matter of enforcement of
tho law, but this has been taken out of
his hands this year and violations of the
law will bo reported to the United States
district attorney, who has power to prose-
cuta the cases. Most of the boats In
Carter lake and Lake Manawa are
equipped with regulation Hfo preservers
or pneumatic cushions, but tho matter or
lighting equipment and horns or whlaUes
Is sntd to have been slighted in this
vicinity.
Royal Arcanumites
Have an Evening Out
Over 40o members and friends of tho
Union Pacific council Royal Arcanum
enjoyed their annual reunion and outing
last ovenlng at Happy Hollow cluo.
Three reels of interesting motion pictures
mm ilUolnved durlnrr the early part of
the evening, after which light refresh
ments wero served. Tho balance or me
evening was spent In dancing. Thomas
n. nvanrt was chairman of tho commit
tee In chargo of tho affair, which proved
to be a delightful recreation ror tno mem
bers of tho order, their relatives and
friends.
Fontenelle Steel
All Up inTwo Weeks
Steol work on tho now Fontenelle hotel
building will bo finished within two
weeks, according to tho contractors. It
Is now past tho twelfth story and Is
being pushed to completion as rapidly as
possible Recent rains have set the
workmen back considerably and havo
made the contrnotora deslro an extension
of time.
SEARCH FOR BOY'S BODY
IN MISSOURI FRUITLESS
Search by tho police with BTappllng
hooks for the body of Charles Anderson,
aged 18, 513 Cedor street, who was
drowned In the Missouri river at the foot
of Dorcas street, was abandoned at dusk
Thursday night
Young Anderson left home at I 6'clock
to go swimming. At I o'clock his clothes
wero found on tho bank of tho river and
tho search began. Tho youth, aocordlng
to his father, Chris Anderson, a con
tractor, was subject to fits and Is be
lieved to have been seized with an at
tack while In the water.
So for as thoVollce know there was no
one with the boy at the tlmo of the
accldont.
NEW LIBRARY BOARD
IS NAMED FOR BENSON
A board of nlno citizens has been named
to have chargo of tho library to be es
tablished by tho Omaha library board In
tho village of Benson. This library will
bo furnished with several hundred se
lected books and will bo run on the same
principles as the Omaha library.
Tho members of tho newly appointed
library board are: Father Morlarlty,
Prof. Speedlo, II. J. Kelland, E. M. Ja
cobborgor, E. C, Hodder, Charles Haffke,
Rev. Ringer, Rov. McClung and lr. B.
Oliver.
MEETING HELD TO ORGANIZE
FLORENCE SUFFRAGE SOCIETY
A preliminary meeting for the purpose
of organizing a woman suffrage society
In Florence was held Thursday afternoon
at the homo of Mrs. M. Mlckelcrsnn, I0S
Main street. Mrs. W. C. Sunderland,
Omaha city chairman, attended the meet
ing, at which about fifteen women were
present Another meeting will be held
In two weeks to effect n. permanent or
ganization. OFFICERS ARE ELECTED
BY WELLESLEY CLUB
The Wellesley club held Its annual
meeting for election of officers at the
home of Mrs. James Charles Dahlman.
The following officers for the cemtng
year were chosen: "President, Miss Nell
Carpenter; vice president, Miss Henrietta
Gllmore; recording secretary, Miss May
Somers; correspjrdlng secretary and
treasurer, Miss Gertrude Bchermerhorn;
auditor, Miss Qretchen McConnell.
CHIEF DUNN RETURNS
FROM THE CONVENTION
Chief of Police Henry W. Dunn has
returned from Grand Rapids, Where ha
attended tho meeting of the Natl mat
Association of Police Chiefs, which struck
from the list of honorary members the
namo of the detective, William J. i rns.
"We decided we didn't want a .nan of
Burns' standing a member of the as
sociation," said Chlof Dunn, "so wo
struck his name from the list."
BANQUET FOR MISS M'HUGH
AT HAPPY HOLLOW TONIGHT
Miss Kate A, McIIugh, retiring prin
cipal of Central High school' and a mem
ber of Its faculty since 1833. will bo
tendered a tribute by several hundred
graduates this evening In the form of a
dinner at Happy Hollow club.
FIRECRACKERS ARE THE
CAUSEF A RUNAWAY
A team of mutes, frightened br a smalt
boy's firecracker, ran away at Fifteenth
and Howard streets and several persona
narrowly escaped serious Injury.