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THE BKK: OMAHA, WKDVKSP W. ,11'LY l.", 1014
wou L d TTwap good Iiasounb
range (or eat ranee; would also civs :
somo cash In trade Address H 0 '07. .
1.120 ACRES M PHKHiJC'iN COUNTY.
Nebraska, land, fenced and cross-fenced .
three good houses and three good
barns, highly Imp.ovjJ. Mtg. $,000,
run five years at 6 per cent Will give
a good trade on Omaha property. Ad
dress 8 C 89), a
FOR BALE Oil TRADE: 1 HAVE A
fine assortment of fine American lrcsh
wtr nHrl; mnh VAliiu fhiin itlamimi
What liavo-you to offer, t'all or address !
J, Mongene, xil Williams St., Council
ENGLISH STYLU HAUY CARRIAGE
nnd high chair, one dome and one
shower of electric ' fixtures, H white
enamel bed and electric Iron. S. C. 1151.
LIBRARY OK" 215 HOLLS lATHST POP
ular and classical music foi 88-note
player-puno, all in perfect conultton und
almost new; cost uvor $200. Will tiudo
for anything 1 can use; make m an
offer. Addiess S. C. OCX.'. lice.
MUST SELL. MY NO. 5 PRINTTYPU
Oliver In nest few days. What will Vu'l
give me? Address H. C W5. Uee.
io ACHES7 Fit U IT FAII.M, 10 "MILES
from St Lauder Dale and city lot In
una, all clear. Want . auto, or what
have you. Address JJ C Uee.
"IV ILL SWAP A WELL LOCATED AND
beautiful lot aa part payment on a good
Ford 6-passenger mr If you hae such
a trade. Address S, C. ViW, care lice
WILL EXCHANGE A GOOD MOTOR
cycle business, built up and a guod pay
Ing business. Kxchailgo fur good house
and lot or what havo you In exchange,
or sell for cash and terms at a reason
able price. Address S. C. 1169,Uce.
320 ACHES IN RAWLINS COI'NTY,
Kansas. Clear, for a stock of gcnerl
merchandise. All level; In crop thsear.
Address B C 992. Bee.
115 ACRES IN DECATUH CO.. IA., LIEd
ono mile northwest or l'leuuanton, nns
a 3-room house, burn, 40x40, with drive
way; three wells, about 2 acres orchard,
nil fenced hog-light, with ono liog-tlght
cross fence; yards and orchard fenced
ith 4-foot tvoven wire; about 40 acres
under the plow; 15 acres timber, balanco
pasture; all rolling land, l'rlco 775 per
acre; mortgage, 12,300 at 6 per cent. Owner
wants a grazing section in Neb., clear,
for his equity. AddteBw S. C. DS8.
WANT GOOD AUTOMOBILE, 6-PAS-senger,
tor good store building and $t,W0
worth of machinery, on business street;
property rented by year. Must go at
once. Address, S, C. 9J2. Omaha Bee.
ANOELUS PIANO PLAYER AND A
large assortment of music. What havo
you7 S. C. 70S. Bee.
WANT W i&TKKN LAND-7 NICK LtiV
el lots In good central Nebraska town,
worth $2,100, and $300 caBh tor u good,
clear, level piece of land western Neb.,
near some railroad town. Give full par
ticulars of what you have in llrst lettor.
D. It. Buck & Son, SIS Omaha Nat Hk.,
WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE
, for $2,200 second mtg. on 240 acres ot
hay land, due Dec. 22; Int. ti per cent.?
8 C 997. Bee.
ONE PARLOR REQINA. WITH FORTY
records, Burton mandolin, and ono lot
lu Kenwood Add. Casper, Wyo. tor
what. Address. 8. C. 1104 Heo.
WANTED TO BUY LIGHT DOUBLE
harness, or will swap western saddle,
almost new, for the same. Ad. S. C. 999.
MKTZ "22" RUNABOUT OR RACER.
wanted. Must be 1914 model, In first
cIubs condition. Describe fully and give
lowest cash price. Ad. S. C. Ili6 Bee.
120 ACRES, LYMAN COUNTY, SO. DAK.,
fine grass; will exchange tor Mdoe.
or city property. Address H. C. ML Bee.
CLEAR LOT NEAR CARTER LAn.13
Club, for auto, diamond or piano. Ad
dress S. C. 932. Bee.
$0 ' ACHES, 3 MILES WEST OF ASH
land. Neb., impiovt-d, all level, woith
$160 acre. Will trado for Omnna property
up to $3,000. Mtg, $3,WW. Five year o Per
cent. Audress b C991. Bee.
LET ME FURNISH PAINT AND PAINT
your houi.u; will taKo in exchange any
thing 1 can use, or will figure low tor
cash. Address S. C. HJiS, Bee.
EDISON PROJECTING KJNKTOSCOPE,
convertible lor gas or electricity, with
.20 reels, film and slides. Worth about $300.
Complete except tuke-up Will sell or
trade Make ofier. Address S. C. BN). Bee.
1 HAVE O0 GALLONS OF PAINT IN 1
gallon cans. All colors. Will exchunge
nt wholesale price In uny quantity de
sired fof diamond, piano, or uuto. Tills
paint Is first class nnd sold in Omaha.
Address S. C. 1152, Bee.
1 HAVE FINE UPRIGHT GRAND Pi
ano, will exchange for a nlco diamond.
juqresw p. i... hoi, uee.
Want a good late model two-
cyllnder motorcycle, or small runabout;
have a single-cylinder machlnu. Just over
hauled and worth $125, also u new Un
derwood typewriter worth $75. which will
trudo for right machine. Addrnsu S. C.
FINE MULL1N STEEL LAUNCH FOR
sale or trado. Consider unythlng. Ad
diesa S. C: Ifttt. cure Bee.
HAVE TWO LOTS IN SOUTHERN
Texas neur Houston, cost JiSO; all clear
and good title", itiso neatly urand nev
peerless refrigerator, capacity lw pounds,
would exchange for concrete macntnery,
office furniture, or what tmvu you. Au
cress S. C. 97P. Bee.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR A
good grocery and meat market, involcu
auoui u. u. a a. uee.
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN iTURNlTUHE
and complete equipment (j-room bncK
flat, walking dUtaiice, on car line; two
looms pays the rent, $:"0 with water;
furniture was bought May 15; death In
family reason for selling at half or real
value; halt cash, bal. like rent, $10 a
month. Leaving town. This la not au
agent's prop. Address S. C. Ksi, Bee.
HAVE GOOD H C SMITH TYPE
wrlter that will trade for u second hand
motorcycle; will pay some casn. Ad
drcsa S C 'J06. Bee.
ivi ACR3 UNIMPROVED LAND IN
Butte Co., So, Dak., to trade for UmaliR
jjruiJeri? r. 11 Mure, Ait win, Mixv uanK,
10 ACRE TRACT AND 2 CITY l,OTS, IN
gc-oa town in Texas, tor rooming nouse.
Addiess S C 990. Bee.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 120 ACRES
land 2Vi miles from Griswold, lu., well
Improved; new 7-rootn house, largo barn,
woven wire fence; about 17 acres pasture,
balance In high state of cultivation;
worth $150 per acre. Want cottage up to
$3,000, or what havo your Address ti C
U CITY BLOCK, NEB. COUNTY SEAT
town, clear, for piano or uuto. Address
8. C. 983, Bee.
OFFERED FOR RENT
Apsriiurm. nnd tlma.
St. modern flat. $21. 2308 8. 24th. H 4711.
OGDEN ANNEX looms, with kitchen
ettes. Council Bluffs.
Gordon Van Co.g
219 H, 11th St Phone D. 394 or H. BM
St. Clare Apartm'ts
23d and Harney, just completed J. 4 and i
rooms, liar. 647 or Douglas 6505.
Stores, moves, packs und ships; 2-tiurse
Van and t men, $1.25 per hour; storage $2
per month Satisfaction guaranteed.
Vhone Douglas 433$ and Tyler 230
FOR RENT Double brick flat, 7-r,. east
front; fine location. 4009-4011 Izard St,
$35. H. 2572.
ALL kinds ot flats. 1601 Vinton. Tyler 1771,
CLOSE In, modern 5-room flat six blocks
from postofflce, cheap rent 1917 Web
ster St. Call Douglas 43
4-ROOM apartment, modern except heat,
1051 U.i,l), Tirantv.llllh K
514 SO, 22d street $45, modern 12-room
flat good location for rooming or board
ing house; 6 blocks to Court House. Call
WANTED to Rent Two rooms and bath,
second floor New Hamilton. Telephono
nftitta jiavT or inqmrt m ohicu.
TWO 4-room apartments, are nicely fur
nlshed. 5G3-7 H. ZSth St Phone It. 4141.
3 and 4 rooms, modern, either furnished
or unfuinUhtd. at moderate prices.
Wright Block, 318 N. 16th St. 8e today.
CREIGH. SONS & COMPANY.
Douglas 200. 508 Bee Bldg.
OKKKHKI) FOR HUNT
Aw.irlmcnts nnd Pints.
New, attractive, double house In West
Farnani district; Just building; can make
slight changes to suit tenants If leases
arc signed at once. Heady October 1.
Phone Harney "St.
7 ItOOMS, modern brick flat 2S14 Dodge,
js. call uougias v.
t Ult UtSiN I f UA IO,
2968 Harney SL, 6-r., partly furnished
294.2 Harney St , 8-r., modern, 145.
29il Harney St., C-r.. modern. $37.50.
215 Dodge St., 6-r,. modern, (35.
2u9 So. Zlth St., 9-r, modern, $J5.
1717 So. Mth Ave,, S-r.. modern, $.
628 So. 29th St.. 4-r., mod. ex. fur.. $12.
StfO Lake St., 5-r., mod. ex. fur., $12.
3014 Ames Ave., 4-r., city water, $11.
2204 No. 27th St., 4-r., city water. $9.
S45 Omaha Nat l. Bank Hldg.
5-riOOM furnished houst. rrom July 15
to September 1. H. SS70.
ll.mnl mill llunnis.
FOR RAILROAD MEN.
Good rooms, with excellent board; rates
very reasonable. 1611-13 Howard. D 6810.
l'uriilalieil HoimeWL-cnlnir Rooms.
A SUITE of rooms, strictly mod; refer-
ences. lau rnrnani. aiiui, uaviusu urn.
FARNAM. 2I3i. Flat .1 Three modern
nouaeKeepme rooms, i yieruio.
I iitiirnlslit-il lloiiNeUeepInu Iluonm.
THREE unfurnished rooms for light
housekeeping. No children. Harney 43CM.
LARGE sleeping room for two gontlo
men. Meals If desired. 2227 Jones St.
ROOM In private family, ono or two gen
tlemen, or man nnd wife; with board If
desired. I'hone Douglas $071.
COOL, all modern, .newly furnished
rooms, south and cast windows, on Har
ney car line. 2024 California. H. 24tS.
FURNISHED rmn, prlvato family, walk
ing dis.; no children; nice parlor, piano;
large ground?; board If desired. Tylei 2234.
llululx null AiiurtiiMMit.
DODGE HOTEL Modern. ReHbonable.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. ICth and California.
Weekly rates w una up. uoumm m.-.
OODEN HOTEL, rooms $2 per week.
725 S. 1STII St. Housekeeping and sleep
ing rooms; mod. house. Phono T. lOil-W.
Houses nnu CuttiiKF.
1 P PT'l7TlExp. Co., piano ft furnl
d . U. lUL'VjU.ur m0ving D. U14. W. 2718
-ROOM cottage, rear, 1033 N. 29th,
6-ROOM house, nearly row, all modern;
near park in Dundee, xei. riarney axu.
U-ROOM, completely furnished house. 1SU
Blnney. W. 394. .
HOUSES for rent. 2507 Pierce St.
modern. Phone Tyler 2402 W
2531 SPENCER, 5-r., mod. ex. heat, $15.
1817 N. Zlst St., 7-r., parity mou., tu.
3S10 Camden Ave., 5-r., well, $11.
34C3 Miami, 6-r., well, $9.
3723 Ohio.. 8-r., well, $.
CRE1GH, SONS & COMPANY.
Phone Douglas 200. 60S Bee Bldg.
Fidelity Storage Co.
Storage, mowng, packing uuu shipping.
16 & Jackson Sts. Phone, Doug, lSlti.
$42.60 Brick, 130 S. 35th St., Just north of
Farnam. Owner, 205 Ramgc Bldg.,
Phone Douglas 2221
Hnnooo I" al1 l,arta of the clty- . .
XlUU&La crelgh Soiib & Co.. Bee Bldg.
We havo a comnlote list of all houses.
apartments and Hats that are for rent.
This list cun ba seen free ot charge at
Omaha Van & Storage Oo.. 800 S. 16th St.
FOR RENT All modern 0-room bouse.
2617 No. 20th St. Tel. Web. 5975.
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
2500 Farnam, 7-r. modren brick flat, $50.
313 N. 21st, 9-r. mod. brick flat, $50.
1301 8. Soth Ave., 8-r. modern house.
Apt. 1, Clarlnda, 6-r., 2 baths, mod., $63.
712 N. 23d, 6-r. mod. brick flat, $2a.
170S Burt, 3-r. modern apartment, $20.
721 8. 17th. 5-r. cottage, partly mod., $15.
2222 N. 19th, 3-r. apartment, $10.
419-412 N 14th. 10-r, modern flat, $60. ea.
1013 Burt, 8-r. modern flat, $45.
3112 Leavenworth. i n" uee, $37.50.
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
111-412 Board of Trade Bldg.
Phone Doug. 602.
7-ROOM house, facing Hanscom Park,
I a..,- .A t-ll lt..n.. . TAC
moqern, .ii.w. riiuiiq namr
n r 1 Van and Stor-
FREE RENTAL LIST.
Complete "for rent" list of houses,
apartments and flats on file at our office;
no charge whatever. Union Outfitting
Co.. ititn anu Jameson sin.
E ROOMS, modern. 2d floor close In, $16;
2056 Dodge. Tel. liar. 5763. G. A. Eckles.'
10-RM. house, barn, 5 lots, fruit, In good
condition. 2330 S. 41st St. Tel. Fior. 80S,
C-ROOM house, electric light, gas and
water. $15. 3334 Munderson St.
6-R and bath, strictly modern; walking
distance, nlco yarn; nne location. H. 3756.
Stores nnd Office..
Must have an
Office with a vault?
The Ueo Building has
them largo or small,
located on the street
or on the court with
wuter and free elec
$18 - $30 - $40 - $50
The Bee BuildingCo
OFFICE with reception room; reasonable,
614 State Bonk Hldg.
FART of good new store. 1622 Chicago,
GOOD barn, room for 8 or 10 horses.
an weuster at. call Douglas u.
FARM IlA.NC'll J. A. NHS KOIl 8AI.I3
HOMESEEKERS excursion: Germnn
American colony; Grant and Jefferson
counties, Arkansas. Uphoff, 409 Times
JllUfi,, Dl. 1XJUIH. JIO.
FAR;I AT REFEREE'S
A ICO-acre farm located Just six blocks
iroin me postoitice ut IS khurn. Nb. has
been ordered sold by the district court on
July 11, 1914. This sale will take place at
the east door of the Douglas county court
nouse ai ju a. in. snarp, larm to go to the
highest bidder. This Is known us the
John Mccormick farm and Is a well Im
proved up-to-date place, has a seven
room house, good barn, hen houses
double rorncrlb, hog sheds, orchard, wind
mill and cistern. Water Is piped to pas
tures and hug sheds. The soil is In lino
condition, larm has ben seeded and
changed for thirty years. Come to this
sale and buy one ot the best producing
larms in Douglas county. For full par
ticulars address Clyde Kundblad, clerk
county court. Omaha. Neb.
HOT. DUSTY, SMOKY CITY,
Where sun shoes, breezes blow and
crops grow, twenty acres on one ot the
main roads out oi our city; five acres
fruit, balance fine farm land, good 5-
rootned huuse; good Darn, well, cistern,
nice shady front yard.
Price, $5,000. Let us show you.
A. F. SMITH CO.
(Fay Smith.) 3 Peaxt SL
achu.kji: i-oit sali:.
The New Acreage Addition
SUBDIVIDED INTO 2, 3, 4, AND 5-ACRE TRACTS.
If you haven't seen Richlnnd Acres, you should arrange
vs'ith ono of our salesmen to take you out in an automobile, and
show you ono of the nicest acreage additions near Omaha. The
soil is rich and the location is desirable. There are many homes
surrounding Richland Acres.
paved roads and joins Keystone
We havo made the terms bo
advantage of this special offer.
on terms of $10 per acre down
thereafter. You should make
We have a few choice acres
that we can sell you on terms
one acre; and $20 down, $15 per
Our salesmen are ready to
the day, any oveninc or Sunday, whichever is the most con
venient for vou.
Hastings & Heyden
1(314 Harney St.
KAIIM A UA.NtJll LANDS iron SAI.U
4 miles of Council Hlufls, Vi mile from
railroad station; 7 acres bearing orcimro,
small vineyard und other fruit for home
use. S acres timothy und clover, 3 acres
alfalfu, balance of place lu cultivation,
moat of which is rich upland valluy land.
No buildings. This Is a good, nil round
little farm and worth $5,000. Owned by
heirs who want to sell. Let us show you.
McGEE REAL ESTATE CO.
1 Pearl Stieet,
FOR SALE-1.C00 acres flno, rich valley
land In western Nebraska. $20 nti acrn.
Owner might consider Omaha properly or
small farm in part payment. HIcks Lund
Agency, 440 Hoard ot Trade aulldlng.
FOUND 320-acro homestead In settled
nciKhboihood: tine larm land: not sand.
hills; cost you t'jM flung lees and till. J.
A. 'irncey. Kimball, Neb.
RANCH FOR SALE.
SCO-acre ranch located in Dawson
County, Neb., lo miles trom town; 7-room
House, largo barn, granary una corn crib
combined, blacksmith shop, chicken
house, hot house, implement sned, 2 wind
mills, large cistern, water piped to the
house, iced lots and pasture; I'OO acres
farm land, some altulfa, ba.uncc all fenced
and cross-fenced. A moiicy-maklug
proposition, $35 per aero. For full par
ticulars write II., Hox P, Cozud. Neb.
FOR Sale 200 acres, 45 miles from Min
neapolis. 1 mile trom town; J(W acres
under cultivation, balance used for pas
tures: can practically all be cultivated:
heavy soli; good set buildings, consisting
of S-room house, large barn, granary,
corncribs, etc.; the land will produce W
uusncis oi corn per acre; telephone in
house; country thickly settled; complete
sot of machinery; 27 head of stock, con
elating of eleven cows, balance 1 and 1-year-olds;
six good horses; 25 nogs; chick
ens; one-half of this year's crop und
everything on tho farm goes at 50 per
acre, halt cash. Schwab Hros., lozs I'Jy
mouth Hldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
463 ACRES Minnesota laud worth over
$75 ner acre. Must hn ei,i . ,
$2,000 cash, Douglas 79UW-5.
FARMS for sale-$5 down. $5 monthly buys
40 acres, good timber land, neur town,
Texas county, Mo.; price $200; perfect
title. J. H. Jarrell, Mt Vernon, 111.
HEAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 to $10,000 mado promptly. F. u.
weau. weau mug., mil nnd Farnam.
CITY und farm loans, 6, 6H, 6 per cent.
j.ii.uuinoiu a: t;o., iwa r arnam, Omuha.
HARRISON & MORTON, 816 Om, Nat.
W'ANTISD City loans ami warrants.
w. rarnam tsmiui a co., 1320 Farnam.
GARVTN BROS and up.
' ' ' JJitV7J. omuha Nat. Hani.
SKK us first If you want a fnrm loan.
v. iiucti timita irupi tu., umauu, iNOO.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
II IV. 1 1 1 .I... .... r. . .
... Jiiiuer. i. ay im. iiK. iiinir.
CITY property. Largo loans a specialty.
W'. II. Thomas. 228 State Dank Hldg.
WANTED City loans, Peters Trust Co.
q v.- ucilllDV.ttllUi:i u . ,
aivait urunuciB i neater lilug.
6 farm loans. Optional payments & an-
niinl Int Win MrPnrmlnl t,.a..a,..
OMAHA home's East Nebraska farms.
ci lV,rl C. JtCALi JSbXATJS CU
1016 Omaha Nat. Douglas 2715.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
Pianos for other musical Instru'ts. D. 2017.
315 ACRES, Worth Co.. Ia.; 4 miles from
railway division point; deep, rich, hlnclc
soil, some rock, good set new buildings;
$14,000 Incumbrance at 5 per cent; will sell
or exchange for Iowa or Mo. fruit farm,
J. R. Van Fossen, 123 Hyland Ave., Ames,
ONLY 18 camp sites left; 100x20 front
ing the wnter on beautifully wooded
Itland at Lake Vermilion, Minnesota.
Hunting and fishing unequalled; delight
ful cool climate, excellent train service
to Tower. 160 each; your own terms: good
Investment for you and your children.
Qiay-Wertln Company. 403-6 Alworth
Hldg,. Duluth. Minn. -o
A1ISTIIACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. 305 Ho. 17th
St. Phone Douglas 54S7.
REED Abstruct Co.. oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. 208 Urandels Theater.
CITY I'HOPKIITY FOR 9 A LIS.
The owner's absence from tho city
makes it necessary for him to scrlflca
his beautiful home at 1907 Emmet. Con
tains 7 large rooms, finished tn ok, fine
lawn and hedge and screened-ln r rch.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Ware Ulock. Douglas rsi.
Modern, 8-room cottage on 3M!i vc .
between Jackson and Jones street. Cljse
to car line, school, stores. Wl'l sell at
low figure. Apply to owner, 712 So. asth
St. Phone Harney 71G6.
FOR QUICK. bALE,
2116 CABS ST.
Eleven-room, strictly modern house;
well-arranged rooms; six rooms on first
floor, leading up to five large oedrooms
and bath; near car; close In. Terms to
suit. A reasonable offer not refused o
MUST t sold, t-roora, new, modern
residence In Morning Bide addition;
cost $2,800 to build, must sell at a loss.
Phone D. 9007.
ACHl-.AdH "Oil HAI.R.
This addition is close to two
Park on the northwest.
easy tliat anyone should take
"We are going to sell these acres
and $7.00 per acre a month
your selection now and plan for
left in Benson acres Addition
of $10 down, $10 per month for
month for two acres.
take you out anytime during
citv proper i'V van SAI.K.
Two blocks of lots on 36th and Corby
Sts., In Omaha. Less than acrengo prices,
$115 to $100; terms, $1.00 and $1.00 per
I-arge 00-ft. lots, a real bargain. I have
been told to sell every lot.
Ask any real estate dealer about the
value of acreago on S6th and Corby Sts.
These lots will go quickly. Phone at
ence, Douglas KM.
H. H. Harper
1013-14 City Nat'l. Dank Hldg.
GOOD Boven-room modern house tn Den
son, on the best residence street with
ground 100x127. All covered with fruit. A
fine home. Will exchango for ten-room
house In northern part of city.
W .H .Gates
047 Omaha Nat. Hank Hldg. D. 1294.
KTH AND EVANS STS.
7 rooms, strictly modern and practi
cally new; nice corner lot; paved on both
streets. Tho owner of this property will
be In tho city for a few days and will
give someom n bargain In this property.
O'Neil's R. E. &
1505 Fnrnnm St.
Tel. Tyler 1024
Best Bargain in
3R57 Jones St. (Just welt of 3Stli
Avo., on Jones St.), 0 rooms, com
pleted this week. First floor fin
ished In oak. Second floor hard
pine: white enamel bath room.
Sleeping porch 8x10 foet. Full brick
ecllur, cemented floor, sloped to
drain. Improved ventilating sys
tem through gairct makes cool
bedrooms In the afternoon and
One-half block to school, 1 block
to Leavenworth car, 4 blocks to
Inquire at 305 So. 17th St., or
phono Doug. 5487 or Harney 5903.
JUST LIKE PAYJNG RENT
4 rooms, with stairway to largo floored
attic, suitable for two largo additional
rooms; cement cellar, cement walks, city
water, electric lights, two large lots for
plenty of garden. Only $1,K50; $100 cash,
1'i.liuico $20 a month. Here lu au oppor
tunity to get u home. located Just south
or nuw r ontenelie park.
C. G. CARLBERG,
010-312 RramlelB Theater Hldg.
7-ROOM house, rents for $18.50, must be
sold at once; $300 will handle It. II. 4711.
The No Commission
located at 2lt-3ZO J'axton block, offers a
Buggistlon to those wishing to sell or ex
change any property or business. Would
you not go where that kind ot business
Is done? There Is no kind of a proposi
tion that Is not handled there merchan
dise, farms and ranches, city and town
properties, rooming houses, hotels, res
taurants; In tact, anything and every
thing. If you want to buy, tell the No
Commission Realty Co. what you want
If you want to sell or exchange, list your
property with the No Commission Realty
Co, Come in and see the groatest assort
ment ot excellent money-makers that can
tiM fmmil nnvurliaM VK it I un Vi u , ' n.ul,
buyers for properties and business In dif
ferent localities; yours may be the prop
erty or business they want. It Is a proven
fact that a market place for every kind
of property, displayed where the thou
sands of people can Inspect them, with
experienced attendants at your service,
Is what brings results.
Come In or write for the only method
ot buying, selling or exchanging any prop
erty or business and pay no commission.
This Is the department store for realty
and business transactions. It's the peo
ple's way. They all go to tho NO COM
MISSION REALTY CO.
SIX-ROOM, all modern house, nearly new,
near car. Dundue. Tel. Harney 2t6S.
Florence llml ISstttlw tor Sale,
C L. Nethhway, suburban prop. Wlor. 211.
HARRY D0NAVAN INJURED
WHEN TEAM RUNS AWAY
Harry Donovan, 4251 Lake street, was
painfully Injured at Eighth and Jackson
streets when his team ran away and be
was thrown from the wagon. He was
brought to the police station, where be
was given medical attention.
Ooronrr's Jury Recommends Pal
motor for Carter Lake.
MIGHT HAVE SAVED SPRAKTE8
WllnniM So Tretlfr nt the Hear
Ins: Sign Nhimlnir Depth of
Water Arr A Inn Recom
mended h- the Jury.
"I am posltlvn that William Spraktes
was allvo when I found him at the bottom
of Carter lake, but he had his arm
hooked through & wire left nt the bottom
of the lake after dredging, and I couldn't
loosen that hold, though I felt his fingers
wiggle, when I tried to unhook his arm
tho first time," declared. Uralnard Miller,
$930 North Twonty-second street, at the
coroner's Inquest over tho bodies of
Harry Haverly nnd William Bpraktes,
who wre drowned In Carter lake, near
Lnrsrn'fl landing, across the lako from
tho Carter Lake club, Sunday afternoon.
Fnnlt of tlic City.
It wa the fault of tho city thnt tho
boys were drowned. Thero wns no life
saving apparatus there nnd the watchman
at tho dredge and ovor the swimming hole
Is asleep half ot tho tlmo. This watch
man would let kids ot any age go In
"Thero Is n good swimming hole where
they nro building the city bath house,
but tho wutchman drives tho kids down
east na far ns lio enn, and thero the bot
tom of tho lake Is covered with weeds and
various kinds of plnnts nnd rubbish,
"Do you bellovo tho death of these boys
was duo to the negligence ot tho city?'
Mr. Miller was asked.
l'lilmotor Is Needed,
'1 certainly do," ho leplled. "If there
had been any pulmotor there 1 believe
Bpraktes would havo been nllvo today
Wo worked with him the best wo could
after wo got him out of the water, and
ho seemed to breathe onco or twlco, nnd
oven half opened his eyes. Wo had him
out ot tho wnter within fifteen minutes,
but It was hnlf nn hour or more before
the police surgeon arrived with the pul
motor." Several other witnesses testified that
the Hpraktes boy might havo recovered
If proper treatment had Dcen available
when he was first taken from the lake.
Tho verdict of tho coroner's Jury lnrtl
rated that they believed the city In some
degree responsible for the numerous
drownings which have occurred on the
west sldo ot Carter lako this season.
lCxtrnet (row Verdict.
An extract from tho verdict follows:
"We find that Harry Haverly and Wil
liam Spraktos came to their death on
Sunday, July 12, 1914, at about 3 p. m. nt
about 100 feet from Larsen's landing In
tho city of Omaha, Douglas county, Ne
braska. Wo further recommend that the
city of Omaha provide signs showing tho
depth of water and provldo a life saver,
also a pulmotor for such cases."
Sidney Smith Will
Withdraw His Name
as a Candidate
Sidney W. Smith, republican candidate
for tho nomination tor county attorney
of Douglas county, says he will shortly
withdraw from the race. Ho was & candi
date for the office two years ago and
was defeatod by George Magney. He
refuses to comment on his reasons for
"I entered tho race for personal rea
sons," ho said, "nnd I withdraw for per
sonal reasons, and It Is roally no ono's
busings but my own."
Asked how he would go about U to
vlthdraw from the race, he mil J he
hardly know, but ho would consult with
miction Commissioner Moorhead abou
the matter, and would ser" to learn the
exact formalll'' which must be observed
Sandoz Attacks Man
Who is the Principal
Witness in His Case
Percy Bnndor. of Niobrara had little
respect for his liberty which was granted
last week, when he was released on his
own bond by government officials, nfter
having been arrested on the charge of
selling liquor without a government re
tailer's license. Sandot, shortly nfter his
release from Jail, went to Niobrara and,
according to advices received by the
United States district attorney, attacked
one of thu principal witnesses for the
prosecution. A second warrant was Is
sued for the arrest ot Sandoi, and he
was taken In custody by Deputy United
States Marshal John F. Sides nnd placed
lu Jail at Madison to await his hearing
beforo the federal grand Jury.
ELECTRICAL WORKERS HAVE
FINE PICNIC AT RALSTON
The Electrical Workers' union, local
No. 23, of Omaha, held Its annual plonlc
Saturday at Lakeside park, Ralston, with
100 members and their families pnrtlclpat
lng. The sport events resulted as fol
Married ladles' race! Mrs. C. K. Dohn,
first; Mrs. D. L. Calilll, second.
Single ladles' race; Miss Alllngton
first: Miss allloutte, second.
Ladles' ball throwing contest: Miss
Alllngton, first; Mrs. D. L. Cahlll, sec
ond. Married men's race: Richard Land rock,
first; Dr. Beaton, second.
Single men's race: T. Mtslevy. first;
C. Horwell, second.
Men's ball throwing contest: Dr. Sea
ton, first; T. Mlslevy. second.
After the races a ball game was played,
I In which the Watts were defeated by
the Kilowatts In a very close game by a
score of 7 to , the umpiring ot Jim
Drown being the feature of the gome.
The evening was devoted to danclmt,
which continued till 10 p. m.
The following licenses to wed have been
Name and Residence. Age.
Randolph Svatos. Omaha 24
Hasel Dene McColl, Omaha 30
Claude White. South Omaha 21
Agnes Bills, South Omaha 20
Pete Targacewskl. Omaha 21
Martha Honowskl, Omaha 22
Herman Walters, Falrbury 23
Margaret Daety. Falrbury 19
Hollis M. Durland, Vllllsca, la. 43
Cora H. Rogers. Red Oak, la W
Henry Rlmerman, Omaha 45
Pearl Clersteln, Omaha 44
August F. Nickel, Ouray, Colo 23
Alalia I. Jarrad, Omaha 23
Samuel C. Johnson. Omaha 31
June Oreevy. Omaha 22
Stanard H. Moore. Omaha 2i
Genevieve M. Jones, Omaha 23
Kdmrnd A Kalb, Denver, Colo . . 23
Mildred K. Met'omb, Omaha 18
CITY BLAMED FOR
of the Woodmen to
T.10 members of the sovereign council,
Woodmen of tho World, or rather, board
of directors of tho order, are arriving
In tho city for the regular semi-annual
meeting that convenes this morning and
which will remain In session for a week
or ten days.
At tho coming meeting of the sovereign
council, reports of officers will be re
ceived nnd acted upon. Now policies
for tho coming half year. If thero are
any, will bo presented for action.
The sovereign council of tho Wood
men's Circle, the women's nuxllllary. was
to have convened Wednesday, but the
date has been postponed one week.
N. U. Maxey. member of tho sovereign
council from Oklahoma, win) has been
In an Omaha hospital for several days,
Is Improving nnd will probably be out
this week. However, It Is not thought
that he will bo able to take part In tho
deliberations ot the council. He will prob
ably return to his homo as soon as ho
Is ablo to travel.
Colonel Jewell, who has been motoring
through New Gngland, sends word that
ho Is on his way homo nnd will bo here
to meet with the council.
Lewkowitz May Be
Freed as Result of
A belated statement from Police Matron
Simmons of Kansas City regarding the
allegod assault of Mrs. Oertiiido fihledler.
a nurse, at 1224 Qrnnd nvenue, may savo
Morris Lcwkowltr, former Omaha news
boy, from serving a nlncty-nlne-yenr sen
tence by District Judgo Latshaw there.
Four other men, one sentenced to hang
and tho test to long terms, may also be
Mrs. Hlmmons story Is that after all
of tho men had been sentenced, Mrs,
Shlcdler confessed to hor that she had
accompanied Iiwkowltx to the Grand
avenue place of her own free will, and
that becauso some ot Lewkowlts's friends
threw cold water upon them she "framed"
the story. The police matron was plodgcd
to silence, but the pledge was broken after
a wcok or eoi All of the men have ap
pealed thotr cases to the hlghor courts
and the statement will be brought out
when tho retrials come up.
Lewkowlti was arrested In Omaha. Ho
Is widely known here.
New Rate Alignment
From tho Nebraska State Hallway com
mission tho freight offices ot the Omaha
roads have received the now alignment on
dlfforental rates that It It expected will
be applied to Lincoln, Fremont, Hastings,
Norfolk nnd Qrarld Island aa jobbing
Tho request comes from the commission
to check up the rates, but with this re
quest thero Is no order promulgated, In
dicating when they will become effective
Tho checking ot the proposed rates with
those tn effect at the present time Indl
cates that on the whole there Is a lower
Ing, but It has been Impossible to tell Just
how they will affect Omaha. The check
lng Is an enormous task. There are ten
freight classifications and more than
1,000 towns In tho itatos to which tho
rates will bo applied. The rates aro pro
posed to bo mado offectlvo from every
station In tho state to every other station,
which brings tho rate Items up to some
thing like 10,000,000 In the aggregate.
No Car Shortage in
Sight if Shippers
Will Help Railroads
8nm Miller, general freight ngent of
tho Northwestern was In town trom Chi
cago yesterday, looking after business
mattets and Is loaded with stories ot
great crop yields all along the company
While Mr. Miller expects all the western
roads to be pretty close run for freight
cars soon after the wheat commences to
movo to market freely. However, he
does not anticipate any serious car
shortage, If people at terminals will aid
tho railroads In keeping the equipment
moving. Ho asserts that tn tho past,
shippers have frequently been slow In un
loading cars and this year road officials
nro seeking to ovcrcomo this. They nro
sending out notices urging tho necessity
ot hurrying tho unloading In order that
cars may bo constantly kept In service.
Ware Enthused Over
Business Outlook on
Union Pacific Road
General Manager Ware Is back from his
western trip and returns feeling convinced
that tho Union Faclflo Is going to do a
big business during tho fall and winter
hauling grain out of Its territory.
All along the Union Pacific, Mr. Waro
states that he never saw such bumper
crops as are being garnered. This, he aa
serts, applies equally as well In Kansas,
Colorado and Wyoming as lu Nebraska
Whilo In Colorado Mr. Ware did a little
trout fishing with remarkably good luck
and ono day took a fow hours oft to go
to the top of Pike's Peak.
Powell and Adams
Ralph Powell and Will Adams defeated
,Io4 Adams and Robert McCaguo In tho
final round of tho doublos match for the
city tennis championship at the Field
club Monduy. The score was J-8, 6-4, 6-4,
7-5. Powell and Adams defeated Larmon
and Ted Potter and the semi-finals Just
previous to tho big match.
Kennedy and Madden won the consols.
tlon doubles from Hums and Powell, C-0,
LOUIS STUFT SUFFERS
BROKEN LEG IN RUNAWAY
Louis Htuft, 4919 Patrick avenue, suf
fered a fractured leg when the team he
was driving past Thirty-third street and
"Wool worth avenue became frightened at
a steam roller and threw him from his
seat. He was taken to a loesl hospital
where he was given mcdlral attention.
for Child Welfare
Exhibit at Expo
The local Association ot Collegiate
Alumnae, which Is Interested In the Child
Welfare exhibit which will be held In
the Templo of Childhood at the Panama
exposition, has been asked to designate
twenty children whose pictures are to be
hung In this building. Tho following
names havo been submitted to the ex
position board- Beryl Hatesman, Evelyn
Newbrnneh, Richard Mason Sandberg,
Georgo Kennedy, Ruth Dunham, Virginia
Harkcr, Kathryn Odell, Marguerite
Klewlt, Vorn Sunderland, Lloyd Wilson
Lea Abbott, Alice Lester, Esther Smith,
Margaret Leo Burgess, Virginia Monre.
Walter Preston, Jack Hongland, Kdgar
Scott and Arthur Dunn.
Howard Finds Crops
Generally Good m
Wyoming This Year
Immigration Agent Howard of th Bur
lington Is back from nn extended tour
through tho Big Horn country nnd brings
reports of tho most wonderful crops that
havo over been ralstd In that section of
the central west
According to Mr. Howard, this year
there aro no bad spots In Wyoming.
Kvorywhero the crops nro ot the bumper
variety In tho bnsln, where threshing
has been done; wheat Is turning out
from thirty-five to forty-flvo bushels per
acre, aomo fields running ns high as
fifty. Oats are yielding from 100 to 13ft
bushels per acre nnd corn promises to be
n bumper crop.
South Omaha Boy
Dies from Effect
of Kick of Horse
Victor Scdlocelc, need 6 years, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank fccdlocek, 492 South
Twenty-first street, South Omaha, died
from Injuries he recotved when he won
kicked by a horse hitched to an Oakdale
dairy wagon. The younster was trying
to recover his hat, which hod blown off,
when tho animal became frightened and
struck him with a hind hoot. Dr. Ed
ward Choloupka attended the Injured
boy, who was token Into his home Imme
diately after tho accident
Mr, Cepleoha's Hat
Still in the Ring
Another letter from John Ccplecha of
Uurwell, who has filed for the republican
nomination for governor. Informs The
Deo that his previous letter was not In
tended to announco his withdrawal, but to
say that on account of the death of his
wlfn he would not be able to do any cam
paign work for himself, but would de
pend on his friends to do so for him.
REV B. R. VON DER LIPPE IS
CALLED TO CLIFTON PULPIT
Rev, Benjamin R. Von Dor Llppo has
been called by the congregation of Clif
ton Hill Presbyterian church to become
Its pastor. It Is expected that he will
accept. Ho was pastor ot the Presbyte
rian church at Karlvillo, 111., for twelve
yearn until ha resigned to take a post
graduate course in McCormlck seminary,
Chicago, whero lie Is now.
Rev. Thomas B. Greenlee was pastor of
tho Clifton Hill church until last spring,
when he went to a church In Iowa. Rev.
Mr. Von Der Llppe's father also was a
minister, he has two brothers who aro
preachers and hie slater Is the wlfo of a
minister. The Clifton Hill church Is at
Forty-fifth and Plnkney streets. Hev.
Julius F. Schwnr presided at the congre
gational meeting which elected the Chi-
cago man unanimously.
ELM TREES ON PAXT0N
Tho elm trees that for years have stood
at tho curb line on tho east side of the.
Pnxton hotel hove succumbed to the
Inevitable and havo withered and died.
Thoy put forth their leaves last spring,
but they were sickly ones and not long
ago began dropping off. Now they are
all gone anil the trees are dead,
Lost summer Ralph Kitchen, proprietor
of the Paxton, noticed that the elms
showed symptoms of going Into a decline.
A professional tree doctor com along
nnd the trees wero given heroic treatment
nt $8 per tree. Serum to rejuvenata was
Injected Into the roots, but It failed In Its
REV JOHN AND MRS. C0RKEY
STOP IN OMAHA FOR DAY
ltev. John Corkey and wife ot Bejfast.
Ireland, wero In Omaha Monday, stopping
at the Paxton hotel. Rev. Dr. Corkey
will preach In the pulpit of his brother.
Rev. Alexander Corkey, at Wayne, Neb.,
for four Sundays, while the latter Is on
the Chautauqua platform, Their father
and five other brothers are also Presby
FAIRBURY HOT SPOT
IN THE STATE MONDAY
The maximum temperature Monday
wns again reported from Falrbury, where
the niorcury reached W degrees. The aver
ago maximum temperature from seven
teen government stations In Nebraska
was 92 degrees, white Omaha recorded
only SI degrees.
WILLIAM SPRAKTES TO BE
BURIED AT LAUREL HILL
The funeral of AVllllam Kprnktes, who
was drowned at Carter lake Sunday af
ternoon, will be held from the family
home, 971 North Twenty-seventh street,
at 10 o'clock this mornylng. Itev, Mr.
Otto will conduct the funeral. Burial
will be at Laurel Hill cemetery.
"I was nnnoyed for over a year by at
tacks ot acute Indigestion, followed by
constipation" writes Mrs. M. J. Gal
lagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried every
thing that was recommended to me for
this complaint, but nothing- did me much
good until about four months ago I saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them from our drug
gist I soon reallred that I had gotten
the right thing for they helped me at
once. Since taking two bottles ot them
I can eat heartily without any bad ef
fects." Bold by all druggists. Advertisement