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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1914)
TJ1K HKK; OMAHA, T1HJKSDA V. SKI'TKMMKW li, )HH.
Stores, move, packs, ships; J-horse van
and I men, II 2b per nr.; storage 42 per
mo. tetislartlin guar. 1. 41.8 Ty. '-'3a
i hoM HoiirIhw am. frtt Bee Bldg
OODEN ANN KX looms, witn klicneu
tl 'Qlllr Bluff a
Rental Service Free
Why worry hr to find a hou or
apartment when we have listed every
vacant house and apartment In the city.
'Phone us for further Informntlon. Doug.
las 4477, Fidelity Utorage A Van Co
Gordon Van Co
1 N II' h St Phone L nw or H. Wi I
T-ROOM, modern brick flat, fine condi
tion. 2rtl 4 Dodge, $.W.UO. t 440.
:-t-RM mod, flat, ffii Cuming. W. 4-t.
THE STANDARD rlLATS-
VKRT DEBIKARLK 6 large rooms, steam
heated, strictly modern, exceptional
quality, close In, walking distance, reason
t. .i. m"'K, not n. isth St.
ri.(Kt Three large room flat, partly modem.
t1ii Kim St. Harney 4.V..
aw K. KTII AVE.
Five room, consisting of large living
room and dining room with built-in buf
fet, panel walla, two bedrooms, kitchen
with gas range, refrigerator, bullt-ln cup
board; within walking distance. Janitor
will show you through, or call us and we
will take you out.
HA8T1XQS & HKYDEN. MUi Harney St.
D60 Bo. 26th Ave., 0-r., all mod. .brick flat;
good location for renting rooms; $J0.
RASP BROS. Hour. I'M.
In the "Athlone" at '.th and Douglas
streets, finely arranged, all modern con
veniences. Including gas range, Ice box
and vacuum cleaner service; 140 summer,
$tf winter. Have Janitor show you or call.
PETERS TRUST CO..
3(822 Farnam St. lougla 898.
PARK AVE. ANO JACKSON ST.
The choicest 6-room steam-heated apart
ments In the city with additional maids'
rooms. If you wish exclulvenrss nd
convenience In a new apartment build
ing see these. Reference required. C.
B. Moser, 4931 Underwood Ave. Te4.
DESIRABLE apartment, 4 rooms and bath
In California apartments. tee Janitor.
Call Douglas 6:37.
-ROOM apartment in the
beauty; pleased to show you.
tool Hherman Are.
FOUR ROOMS. '
Located at (OOb-07 Harney tit., now hear
ing completion. Disappearing bed In liv
ing room, making practically 5-rooms:
aun parlor, good light, plenty ventilation;
very choice location; half block to car.
Call u about these and we will be very
glad to show you through.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1H14 Harney St.
FLAT FOR RENT.
2 NEW 6-room, beautiful flats, 20-22
No. 88d; Just built: oak finish; nice sleep
ing porch: on good car line; lf. If you
want a comfortable, tfw flat ready to
move Into, see this today.
31AST1NUS ot HKYDEN. 1B14 Harney St.
30-ROOM flat, modern. H. W7.
CHICAGO ST., 2110 7-room new modern
flat, hardwood finish. H5. D. 7KG6.
Located at 2117-19 N. 16th St.. The Ham.
Ilton, for the low rent of $25 for summer
and tt2.."i0 for winter. See this at once.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
6-ROOM apartment in the Sherman,
beauty; pleased to show you through.
ZM Sherman Ave.
FOUR new and up-to-date 6-room flats;
every convenience; rent reasonable. VA
nesr Leavenworth. Call O'Keefe.
1003 S. 30TH AVE.
Six large rooms, newly equipped, will
decorate to suit, Ideally arranged, private
porches, private laundry, private front
and rear entrance, steam heat. Janitor
service, hot and cold water, first-class
residence district. Open today for In
spection. PAYNE it SLATER CO..
11 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
2 YOUNG working men. private family.
In walking distance; full particulars
first letter. D 410. Bee.
9-ROOM modern flat, 36. 614 N. 22d.
4-ROOM FLATS, 15- TYLER 1771.
9-ROOM modern flat. 35 614 N. tlA.
Bnara mua luoal,
ROOM and board for two: private resi
dence; 11. park line. 1707 Park Ave.
Pleasant rooms, excellent board, private
family, blk. from car, reasonable. H. 3723.
FOR two young men, room with board in
modern home. Call Webter 8070.
GOOD board, comfortable rooms, in pri
vate family, $4 week. Call D. 6293.
REFINED home, good neighborhood,
cozy front room, with desirable board.
DESIRABLE room with board. Three
blocks went of Rome hotel. 618 8. 19th.
CLEAN, modern rooms, good board.
UNUSUAL rooms, unusual board at usual
rate. Gray Gable. th and Davenport
Famished Husirntrpias Rooaaa.
CLOSE In, mod., reasonable, 2305 Farnam.
1909 Doug. Housekeeping mil, steam ht.
VERY DESIRABLE 6IX-ROOM BRICK
FLAT. STRICTLY MODERN, COM
PLETELY FURNISHED; PIANO. 2710
220 NO. 23 D Comfortable modern front
rooms with small family; walking dis
tance. Neatly furn,. mod., reasonable. 117 N. 20th.
FURNISHED room for one or two voung
men, in private family; meals if de
sired. Address 812 So. Kid 6t
MODERN front room, private residence;
board optional: near Crelghton univer
sity. Harney (893. .
2401 Harney, desirable, mod.; walking dl.
NEWLY furnished rooms; walking dis
tance; down town: home cooking. il2
No. 26th St. Doug. JC20.
Neat, clean rooms, new
furnishings throughout, 2i74
Harney St. Tel. D. 4933.
REDDKN11 So- 2th, mod. rooms,
loam heat, reasonable.
6 ROOMS, all modern, near car. H. 7130.
8-ROO.M, all modern, Dundee. Tel. Har
726 i 18TH BT. Housekeeping and sleep
Ing rooms; mod, home Phone T. 1021-W.
SO. Uth ST., 725 Houaeaeeping rooms en
suite; first floor; also sleeping rooms.
1 JIBr I'WI TT .
IfNteU aad Apart
CALIFORNIA Hotel. 14th and California.
Weekly rates U and up. Douglas TOM.
OGDKN HOTEL, rooms U per week.
pOlJR HOTEL Modern. Reasonable.
Heaaw i4 titaa;s.
6-ROOM strictly modern house In Al con
dition, location 11 Paclfle St Call at
1060 So. th at or phone Harney 8H6.
6-room fceusa, 1211 No. UUi SLi oak fin
ish, aieeptnir porch, &.
I rooiuav SM Hpencer, NEW, beautiful
borne, goud location, ft&
See this at once.
HAtrTLSOa at HEYDEN. 114 Harney St
Mir. An uinu a.-tjrkrtr
-r. and hail, hot water heat, complete
10-r all om Id floor. heaU and wiltr
paid, now aaod. brtuk. tm.
OTTEKFK REAL ErfTATU OX.
i on nKXT
llneaea nnd ottaarea.
Houses for Kent
Yerv dolthle N-room brick Tint, clone
to hltth i hool. This house hna all mud'
ern convenience. including hardwood fin
ish, tiled bath room snd run room.
x rooms, strictly modern, on KSth St.
ner Kartiam. H.V
7 room and hull, strictly modern: hard
wood finish In first story. $ bedroom up
stairs, 1 bedroom and bath on flrt floor
$JU.V This house front on a paved street
and boulevard, 2 blocks from car line.
12-room house on SSth Kt., near liar-ney-$.
8 room, modern. 212 Pacific Pt. $0
7 room, modern. 11 N. :4th St., $.B SO.
1-room, modern, 1-atory brick houe, list
and Harney, HO.
J. II. DUMOXT & CO.,
1 Fa mom St.
Phone Douglas (.
KIGH T-ROOM. all modern, fine big yard,
nice shade; close to church and school.
J77S California Pt.
Gallagher & Nelson,
644 Brandel Bldg.
7 rooms with sleeping porch, beautifully
finished and decorated, all modern, $.'.
PETKR8 TRUST CO.
1K22 Farnam St. loug la K8.
FOR Rb;nT A new, strictly modem -room
bungalow; excellent condition;
fine neighborhood. Call Douglas 7 dur
ing day, or Hnrney 139 after 5 o'clock.
iROOM modern cottage In Field club
district, with or without gsiag. In
quire 1014 S. 1Mh Ave. Harney liftl
114 So. 29th St., 8-r., mod. house, 22.iiO.
R A S f PROS. Pnun. "i"
FINE modern, -room hou.se, C'4 So. Sth
St. Fine modern, 7-room brtrk flat, 4011
Isard St. Harney 3672.
MODERN 6-ROO.M BRICK.
2915 Dodge St., well finished, splendid
condition, fine neighborhood .
Tyler IMrt. 2rt 10-12-14 State Bank Bldg.
4-R.. new. mod.. 1S14. Spruce, ..'0. W. 2Dul
7 rooine, strictly modern house, VbA
Kmmet. H. 4M2.
FINK seven-room Incise and garage; good
location: house all modern, with fine
quarter-sawed oak finish; ti2.50. Call vVeb
NEWLY finished throughout; 7-r. houo.
mod. ex. heat, 3619 Caldwell. V. S72.1
IN KOUNT.E PtxACK.
S-room house, 3111 No. ISth St.; oak fln
lh, sleeping porch, $3T.
I roomB, 16: Ppencer. NEW, beautiful
home, good location, 46.
See this at once.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN. 1614 Harney ft.
See Our Rental List.
Bankers' Realty Investment Co.
Ground floor Bee HldK. Tel. Doug. 2926.
W have a complete list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent.
This list can be Been free of rhargs at
Omaha Van & Storage Co.. tsofl 8. lth St.
T Inn ana ,n parts of the city.
HOUSES creinh Sons Co.. Bee Blflg.
Free Rental List
Complete Information about every va
cant house and apartment In the city.
Thl service i free. Tel. Douglas 4477.
Fidelity Storage A Van Co.
i-RiJOM collage, tfii; Ohio. W. 4.C?3
MODERN 6-room house. Call Doug, lf.28.
NONE to compare, all modern 7-room
house, also 4-room flat. 220 N. 23d
NEW B-room house. Inquire 609 Bo. Bid
St. Call Harney 507.
Fidelity Storage Co.
Stcrage, moving, packing and shipping.
16th (k Jackson Sts. Phone Doug, lftla.
Large van, I men, $126 per hr.; dray, i
men, i per nr. mi weuater. Doug. 1496.
d-ROOM mod. house, 1610 Dorcas. D. 6210.
6-ROOM cottage, modern except heat,
barn, nice bath. 1902 Ohio St. W. 71.
J. C. Reed p&n'0v nia
HOT Farnam. D. 6146;
6-ROOM house, all modern, (rea watir.
mo. win. ei. u. i&ao.
I-R. house, mod, ex. lit.. 8.16 Pk. Av. D. 916.
GOOD barn, room for 8 or 10 horses.
1917 Webster St. Call Douglas 43.
"res mjm "tlloe.
FOR RENT An office with reception
room.1 reasonable. 614 State Bank Bldg.
THE BEE BUILDING CO.,
Office Room 103.
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR BALE
SAN LUI3 VALLEY Two quarter sec
tions within four mile of Alamosa;
each has water right In San Luis canal.
Will sell low to settle an estate. W. T.
Smith" Co., 1111 City Natl Bank Bldg.,
We are offering for sale several quar
ters and half sections of the finest level
rich wheat land, close to town in north
eastern Colorado, lust arrnu the Ne-
.braska line, on very easy terms and low
prices wnere you can always get a good
crop of all kinds of small grain and po
tatoes without Irrigation. Owner will con
alder taking In some Omaha property In
HASTINGS- A HEYDEN. 1614 Harney 8t
IOWA FARM FOR SALE
320 acres, south ot Woodbine, la., 1S5
per acre. Terms, one-third March 1. 1916,
balance ten years at 5Vi per cent, optional.
Not over 60 acres rough land, of which
part Is In alfalfa. The rest of the land
lies about like the average farm near
Omaha; 20 acres are In clover, W acres
In alfalfa, and the balance in crops and
pasture. Will sell 200 acres separately if
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
1603 Farnam Street.
FOR SALE 240 acres. Improved; 116:
South Missouri, on public toad; only !S4j
miles from Branaon; plenty fine water:
good concreete and frame house; good
outbuildings, it l one of the best stock
farm in aouth Mlnnuri and wonderfully
cheap; SI, SO) cash. .Merriain Ellis Benton,
E 80 Victor Bldg.. 'Kansas City, Mo. o
FOR SALE 20 acrts. 3ft. on terms of
V down, li month, in a well settled
district in south- Mi&sourl, Where fruit
anil poultry farms abound; only 1 16 per
acre; long time, no Interest, no taxes;
buy for the future while such property Is
cheap. Merriain, Kills A Benton. K-209
VI tor Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo. o
NO FAILURES in Pine county. Minne
sota; close to best markets; choice
lands, easdy cleared. 120 per acre; easy
terms. Hunt-Johnson, Hinckley. Minn.
r-Tr WVhlJV. eounli. Nabmki Ianla foe
aale and exchange. Write for free'
booklet Chris Ulckey Co., Kairburjr,
Neb., or H. C. Caaaelman, I!ge Pole,
Cheyenne county, Nebraska.
Farms Farms Farms
All within on hour's automobile ride
of Omaha; bargains. Let us show you the
roods; all sixes, ll price, all term a Call
In forenoon If convenient No trades
ORI.V f MERRILL COMPANY,
N. E. Cor. 23d and N Sts.. South Omt.hi.-o
fcTiM jTa1 L' I 1 l ....... . . .
- - unuw.mv. HM. II I HS ISliS,
medlura-piioad land la Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
been. Neb o
The moat desiraDle furnished rooms are
advertised ra The Bee. Get a aloe eooi
room for the summer
FARM . R,K II I. ,M FOR ALH
iThis to You,
! Mr. Farmer
I If veil have J1.000 or more to pay down
on a good farm, we can fit the term to
your need and sell you one that will pay
I for Itself In a few year.
j Read these descriptions of In lusted
1 farms In the Scott's Bluff country, where
water Is abundant and where b'.g crop
are seen every year.
j NO. 512.
I A fine an SO-arre piece of land a lie
lout of door. You never put a plow Into
.richer oll or soil thut will bring better
crops. There Is a sure throe feet of waler
I for every acre, and for alfalfa, grain.
I potatoes or suvar beets there Is nothing
J better. It Is level, easy to Irrigate, all
broken and ready todny for crop. Nl'e
farm ail around It, and only 2 mile
Ilce, per acre, and ay terroi
Vhl 160 will please the most exacting
farmer. It 1 only 4 mile to town, ba
a nice, comfortable, t-rootn houe; a big,
new barn; a small tenant house and Is all
There Is a nice Ilttla grove and some
small fruit; about 36 acres of fine alfalfa,
the balance In augar beets, corn, barley,
The soil Is the very best, nd with a
fine water supply (same aa above) raises
big rrops every year. It Is one of the
choicest farm In the valley; only halt
mile to school.
Price. 110 per acre, term.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Ware Block. Omaha.
A bargain: 100 acre Dougla county:
fair1 improvement; lnnd gently rolling:
good road:. I1J5 per acre.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
644 Hrandels Bldg.
BARGA1NS-$I caeh. 12 monthly buy 10
lot on Long Island. N. Y. ; full price. 640
(onlv 14 each). Vail, 133 William St., Now
York fit v. N. Y.
Best dairy and general crop stale In the
union; settlers wanted; lands for sule at
low prices, on easy terms. Ak for book
let 34 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant.
State acre wanted. Write about our
gracing land. If Interested In fruit lands,
ask for booklet on Apple Orchards In
Wisconsin. Address Land Dept., 8oo
Line Ry.. Mlnnespoll. Minn.
IF INTERESTED In land In aotithern
Iowa and southern Minnesota write the
F. L. Jonee Land company, Wlnterset, la ,
for their list of sr-0 farms
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans. Peters Truat Co.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Qmaha Nat l. Douglas 271
(1 RVIT liROS Loan, M0 and up?
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans,
H. W. Binder. City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Ret, CITY LOANS. Remls-Carlberg Co.,
u 310-312 Brandel Theater Bldg.
WANTED City loans and warrant.
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam.
HARRISON MORTON. 91 Om. Nat'l.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. 228 Stat Bank Bldg.
$loo to tlO.OOO made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., IRth and Farnam Sts.
CITY and farm loans. 6. 6W. per cent
J.H. Dumont & Co., 1603 Farnam, Omaha.
BEE us first If you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co., Omaha. Neb.
To loan on Omaha homes; reasonable
W. T. flMITH CO..
1111 City National Bank.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We have aeveral customers for 4 and t.
room cottage on payments of 610u and
$200 cash, balance monthly.
THE VOGKL REALTY AGENCY,
1016-16 W. O. W. Bldg.
LIST your houses and farms for sal
J. II. DUMONT A CO.,
1603 Farnam St. O
REAL ESTATE t)R EXCHANOls
Pianos for other musical Instru't D 2017.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. S06 S. 17th Bt
Phone Douglas 6487.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska- . 2C6 Brandel Theater.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
RALANCE $10 PER "MONTH.
Five rooms, partly modern: nice large
lot. 60x126; plenty ot shade; chicken house;
close to car and school. Price only 62,000.
THE VOGEL REALTY
1016-16 W. O. W. Bldg
6100 CASH : 65 MONTHLY.
New 6-room strictly modern house, ene
block from the Ames Ave. car. Pur
chaser muat have a good record to get
this. Price only $1,300.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Doug. 1781. Ware Block.
Make an Offer
Take a look at the brand new. well
built five-room cottage, modern except
heat at northwest corner lsth and Ohio
Us. ; and submit us an offer. We can
vouch for the, house being well built
Nice cemented basement; nice attic; oak
finish in parlor and dining room; nice
slied room; all on one floor: fine plumb
ing fixtures; eaat front lot; handy to
Sherman Ave. car.. Lake St. school and
store. Will sell on easy terms.
Scott & Hill Co.
Douglas 1006. 306-7-8 McCagua Bldg.
You Will Buy This Home
If You are looking for a
2418 Larlmore Ave., rooms, strictly
modern but furnace; in first-class re
pair In every way. Full south front lot;
considerable bearing fruit; Just off I4th
Ht. car line. If you w&nt a home we
doubt If you can find a better one for
$2,275. Ternui very easy.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
We ran sell the following bungalow for
$2.7W. on terms to suit you - Brand new,
all modern, qak finish; full cellar, laun
dry, furnace; tiled bath room; stair to
attlo. Beautiru fixture, fine location,
near car, and large lot. Your opportunity.
Jeff W. Bedford & Son,
State Bank Bldg.
Bargain Hunter -Look
2706 BINNEY ST 6-room house end t
fine south front lota, making th bum of
ground 132x134 feet; room for two more
bouses. Paved street, new cement side
walks. Property In tola district develop
ing wonderfully; fourteen oiaoay new
bungalows under construction aernea the
street from tins property. No such bar
gain In Omaha. Go out and see for
yourself. House I vacant and need some
repairing, but think of a 6-routn bouse
and 112x134 feet of ground for only II.IMI,
and we can make eeey terms at that.
Payne & Slater Co.
626 OMAHA NATIONAL BANK.
RK.U. ESTATF NORTH SIDE
Lots Left in
Belle Isle and
have been built in sixteen months.
Buy where others are buying before they are all sold.
and all improvements are mnldng this tract
a fine residence Rcction.
$675, $700, $750, $800, $950
for large lot? with fill improvements paid for.
Thefe additions lie south and adjoining
and from 24th to 27th Street. Let us show you today.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
Phone Tyler 187. 742 Omaha National.
46th and Izard Sts.
Four new 6-room bungalows, full bne
nient, all strktly modern. Price. $i,(5.V)
and $2,7on; $K (ah, bnlanre to be ar
ranged. McCague Inv. Co.
lf Uodge St. '
The Best North
See These Today
6- ROOM Five-room bungalow located
at the nui thi'But corner of lMh and Kvana
St. Kxi-eptioniilly well arranged and es
pecially attractive. Price $4,250.
7- KOOM-nl5 N. lsth. Seven nice room,
ready to occupy, having living room,
dining room. un room on first floor and
3 bedroom and bath on aeoond flour.
7-HOO.M 1108 Stenrer St. 8even room
Confuting of reception hall, living room,
dining room and kitchen on flrt floor;
four bedroom and bath on econd floor.
Houth front lot 6x12r feet. Paved atreet
wltb raving all paid. All three of thane
beautiful home wtlhln on block of car
line and In locality among beautiful
You may see these by going direct to
houei today or call u up and we will be
glad to take you.
20 Uinrtna .(. Mann
CHANCE FOR BU1LDBK
House 24x2T, burned; but foundation,
basement and part of flrt floor solid
cut get cheap. Ltirge corner lot; south
front, fine well. Three block from
Country club, car.
CHAS. K. WILLIAMSON CO.
507 PAXTON BLK.
AN IDEAL COTTAGE
Contains hall, parlor, dining room,
kitchen, pantry I bedrooms and bath,
floored attlo, cement cellar, screen and
storm sash, modern exoepl h.ut, shrub
bery and fruit trees; east front lot; lo
cated near (1st and Meredith Ave. Price
only $2,660; terms.
C. G. CARLBERG,
810-812 Brandels Theater Pldg.
Want a Snap?,
Buy this all modern, 8-rooni house,
block from High School. Price, $:...
Phones: Red EM; evening, Harney 6)131.
SNAP UP THIS
$26 NOW-MORK IN DAYS AND $16.60
Four room and kitchen, almost new,
one block to car, school, park, eteM
chicken house and yard fenced, fruit
(large and small) ahnde, garden, large
south front lot, etc,
C1IAS E. WILLIAMSON CO.
607 PAXTON BLOCK.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH BIDH
SOUTH KlOE BI'NUAUiW, Jut fin
ished; six room and bath: living room,
dining room, den and kitchen on tlrat
floor; oak finish, full haement, fine lot,
.V)xl33 ft.: atreet naved: close to car.
school and IIancom park. Here I a
very attractive home, win rriu . term
or taite vacant lot aa nrsi paTrunui
106 McCague Bldg. Poug.' IDtSO v
SOUTH OMAHA, $50 CASH
A enM ..t at two. ewll K u t a I ftv V trt f 1 Ckf l rjr1
W I UUIM UlIVB V van
attic, electric UghU. nice cellar, east front
lot, clatern; interior niceiy uecurioi,
house but I years old, located tfo 8. Uth
Ht, just south of Uin and Mlaeouri Av.
Price, $1.Au0; payment $16 month. Can
rent adjoining patur for cow. Key at
V. Llndholt, 166 3. 13th St.
C. G. CARLBERG,
llO-yix BrandeU Theater Bldg.
REAIi ESTATE WEST SIDE
West Farnam District, modern home,
two blocks from car line, easy terms.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
1111 City National Bank. o
JUST a word to remind you auction sale,
southeast cor. 1h and Webster; house
and flat, 10 room each, I p. m , today.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Bee so a.
BALANCE $20 PER MONTH
Vmuin iiii.iij liruitci vmm.
floors, oak flnlh In Wug room and
U II11JIJI IUUIII, 1 till cmwuv s-gia. , i-vi
chicken houi, nice larK lot, beat bar
gain in iinon. "'J;
Buva a good 7-room house In Dundee.
on Davenport 0L, est at list St., beauti
fill lws.tlrn: hntiaa well built, all modern.
D. V. Sholes Co.
tit City Nat'l Bank Bldg
EXCT5IXENT Dundee home, fireplace.
buffet, beamed oelling, tile floor In ba'ii
room, etc. Close to oar line. Immediate
poaeeaaUm. Call up for further Informa
tion. V. If. THOMAJJ A BON, Doug. 164A
The xnoet desirable funushod rooms are
advertised tat The Bee. Get a nice eooi
room for the summer.
HEAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
"EAL ESTATE SI' III" KUAN
BALANCE $20 PER MONTH.
even-room house, strictly modern, over
looking Spring likepark; beautiful sliade,
nice large bit, good neighborhood. Price
THE VOGEL REALTY
101R-1C W. O. W. IlMg?
REAL ESTATE MISCEI.HNEOtS
Five Rooms and
Would you conalder buying a demlv. all
modern home, on wived atreet. havlmi
line rvceptlan' hall, parlor and dining
room, all good alaed room and flnlahed
In oak) alio nice large kitchen, on the
flr.t floor and two fine bedroom, with
large closet, and bathroom, on th second
floor. The baxement Is full slxe and all
cemented; first clax furnace, nice outa
front lot. Thl proierty ta not far out
from downtown district; It I located In
a neighborhood of all new or nearly new
home. Can be bought on eaay terms at
Scott & Hill Co.
H08-7-6 McCague Bldg.
Homes Built and
En'sy Payment Plan
Will furnish the money and build you a
home to order and draw plana to mlt
your taste. Will build on your lot or
any lot you select. Telephone for partlcu-
FOR QUICK SALE
More building, 20xM; price, pm. Jtth
and Am Ave. Phone Web 4N74.
11. H. UANDRIt YOIT, real eatate, Insur
ance; moved to 201 Neville. D. .1600.
T-ROOM house, rente ror II I Ml. must be
old at once; $3u0 will handle it li. 4711.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Two Acres $1)00
Adjoining Land Held at $1,000
Some bargain. You will have to hurry
if you want thl. Terms $ cash,' $16 a
HASTIvqq A TIF.YPF.N 1!14 Hsrney St.
(ill Feet Frontage Adjoining
lienson Is on Paved lload
l. acre, on Military Ave. Thl 1 the
right pleo to buy fur a country home
and work In Omn'ha. Pavement all the
way In. Price, $1,040.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, Hil4 Harney St.
2 Acres $1,075
In Bonson Aorea addition, adjoining
Benson; all In alfalfa; some fruit. You
will buy this piece If you will let us
show It to you. Term $J each, $15 a
HAKTINOS ft HKYDEN, 1K14 Harney St.
East front, 160x128, high ground, best
IS,0'"00, two block to car and school.
Five room on flrt floor, four bedroom
above. All modern, best furnace, nearly
new. Combined garage, cement floor.
Chicken house and yard, smalt
trees and shrubbery. A complete subur
ban home. $1,000 and om clear property
for first payment, balance monthly. Ask
us to take you rut TODAY.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.
1016 Omaha National Douglas mi
Evenings, H. S3S or If. ol3. -o
Invest Your Money With Us
In our new profit-sharing plan.
In amounts of $100 or more and
be assured at least
Be or write us about It
HAStlRGS & HEYDEN
11 ZABsTsTT TaUXZT.
HAYDENS ALMOST FORCED
TO RIDEJN STEERAGE
After almost concluding to take passage
In the steerag. In order to get home,
James Hayden and his niece. Miss
Ophelia Haydaa. finally secured first
class accommodations on th Baltic and
reached Omaba . yesterday. Home never
looked so good before, tbey said, ana It
will be a long time before they will want
to go to Burope again. They were in
Norway when the war started, but man
aged quickly to reach London, where
they spent oonetderable time In strenuous
efforts t get passag home. Two other
nteoes of Mr. I lay den, whose home is la
Washington, accompanied them.
FIRE RUN AND FIREWORKS
Diplay Plcaics Thoutaudi Who
Have Come for the Carnival.
NOVELTIES THRILL ALL WHO SEE
I Huge Aerial llomb KinlfHlr trlth
IeoaHlon that llnnse tlly .
Contest for Carnival Qeeen
Proreed Ih Lively Way.
Monday night fiirlnu rain and wind
storm, that caught several thousnnd
pliaur rkr In thn carnival ground j
and failed to dampen tbelr ardor, af- i
forded an excellent Indication of the
character of the carnival aplrlt that I
now prevailing In Council Pluff. Threat ,
of a thunderstorm lat evening did not
Interrupt the preparation of thousand
to Join the carnival crowd, and In the i
first hour after the gate were open the
ticket e!ler reported more than T.ooo
The firework at ! o'clock and the Il
luminated fir run by the entire fire de
partment were the apnclal feature laat
niirht. More than JO.fOrt people lined th
street at o'clock to see the spectacu
lar run by the firemen. -The run wa on
South. Main atreet. and the start wa
nido ot the Great Wetern panger
station. Every piece of apparatus In the
department with the exception of the
aerial ladder truck wa In action. Each
piece wa covered with flaming red fire,
and thousand of roman candle fir ball
curried the Illumination up to the cloud,
t-'lre Men Draws Well.
Thn fire run are distinctively original
Council tiluff carnival creation and are
real event worth aeelrg. With flaming
red fire fusee attached to every spoke
of the wheel and biasing from every
angle, each waron becomes a flaming
meteor. The rrocesalon lat night Sr
led by the two big automobile truck
whose amnle proportion gave ths flr
men opportunity to display their Inventlv
facultle In deviling novel arrangement
of the fiery decoration. The race wa
run between long line of cheering thou,
and. It terminated at the carnival
gate. The next run will be on Friday
night at the same hour and over the
aame coilree. (
Th fireworks display was staged (in
the Washington avenue school ground
and wa appreciated by the thouaand
of carnival visitor. The pyrotechnic
were skillfully handled by th member
of No. 3 fire station. The five-Inch
bombs fired from a teel mortar were
somewhat terrifying. The bomb con
tained pound charge of high-powered
fynnmlte and exploded high In the air
f 1th fury nnd electric flathca. A half
tioxnn handsome tot piece and plenty of
red fire were other feature. The game
amount of firework will be toed each
night ht 9 o'clock.
The Immense and (nod natured crowd
patronized well all of the attraction
The dancing floor In the Auditorium
wa In a (tat of real cruah throughout
the evening. Fine order prevailed all over
the ground and It wa only neceaaary
for tho large force of police officer to
make two arrest during th evening.
The were of young men whose conduct
became too rough. The whole carnival
I clean and wholesome In character.
The carnival queen contet la grad-
ually developing Into a tight race. A
rent deal ot Voting wag done yesterday
and, Judging from report received at th
Commercial club, geveral of th can
didate have been working hard and will
spring surprise before the contest close.
Following I th standing of the con
testant up to Tuesday night:
Mis Mry Wright, 24ft Avenue T....1:rll
Miss Fuye Heller, 17X1 Avenue II 1HV)
Mis 'em Clark, 420 Glenn avenn. .. Ml
iMIe Ine Bloomer, T2 First avenue.. M
Mis Irene Klnts, 716 8. Blxth street.. V9
Ml Huth llendrlck. IMS Avenue A.. 600
Open Season for
Water Fowl Begins
Tuesday was th ftrat dav of th open
season for shooting duck and other water
fowl, and at dawn the sound of the firing
around Big lake wa suggestive of a
battls. There were many hunter, armed
with automatic repeaters and four scared
little ducks seeking safety by hiding In
th reed. Reports Indicate that not
more than three of them succeeded In
Undisturbed by banging shotguns dur
ing the spring flight northward several
families of duck were reared In the
tnarshe around Dig lake, and It was there
half domesticated little creatures that
served as targets for the first onslaught
of the autumn hunter. Hunters ex
press their ronvlotlon that there will be
g"od shooting thl season. Hunters are
cautioned that all shooting of water fowl
on th Missouri river at any point above
Nebraska City Is prohibited by federal
law until Ootober 1.
REV. J. T. JONES TELLS OF
Rv. J. T. Jones, pastor of the First
Congregational church, returned yester
day from a summer vacation of a month.
He spent a portion of hi time in Canada,
and ald he never had his Welsh blood
and his national bride stirred mnr nm.
foundly than he did by the display of in
tense patriotism manifested by the Ca
nadian. He aya Canada will send 600.000
soldiers for ths defense of England If they
are needed. Application for enlistment
greatly exoeed the demands at the re
cruiting station. And th man who are
ager for th fight r wll equipped for
effective fighting. If the opportunity had
been given Canada would have had 100.CO0
men on the fighting front with their
Mr. Jones alo spent some time near
his former home In Pennsylvania and
saw rauoh te encourage his conviction
that new and (Teat mural forces are
working for the betterment of humanity,
particularly for the better training and
development of boys and girls. Public
playgrounds are becoming Immensely
popular throughout the east and the sen
timent Is growing that demsads that
every boy and girl shall be given a chance.
Cashier Coder ArvaJaraed.
CAURDI.U la., Sept. t' 6peclal Tele
gram.) J. Coder, cashier of the defunot
Fanner Bank of Olldden. was arraigned
today before Justioe Drees on tho charge
of having received deposits after knowing;
his bank was Insolvent. He waived ex
amination and gave bond for $1,000 to ap
pear at the next term ef oourt on Septem
ber J. The complainant Is W. W. Had
cliff of Oiiddea, ene ef the depositors ef
Ooancll Bluff Office et
Tb b is at 14 aorta
Mala St. Talspftone 44.
Vlctrola. $1.1. A. ll.ispe Co.
Plate lunch t Tony's cafe, 2.V.
"orilnan. undertaker. Phone 141
Wuodrlng Overtaking Co. Tel. 3S!.
(1AHI NKItS I'ltKr-S. printing. Phone 63.
lewi Cutler, funeral director. Phone 9T.
IMIAOLKY F.I.RCTHIC CO. WIRING
AN U KIM'I'ltKM. PHONIC .
TO HA VK OH TO BORROW, 8KB C. B.
Mutual Hl.lt;. and l.or.n As n. 123 Pearl.
Hr. If. A. Woodbury, dentint, moved to
Kh' Mock, I'hune Black 6X; rnnltary and
moiiern appliance, mtxierato price.
A defai.lt decree wa taken yesterday In
tho divorce suit of Mr. Bertha Wllmoth
MKalnst her husbsnd, William C. Wll
moth. Crulty wa the charge.
SPFCIAl-For carnival week will
give 25 per cent off on wall paper and
room moulding. Also io per cent on all
picture and irar.unc. H. Borwlck.
We carry In stock and build all kind of
stork tanks to order out of white pine,
rvprrs or fir lumber on short notice at
wholesale prices. C. Hafer Lumber com-
Judge Woodruff yeterdy granted th
application of the street railway company
to have transferred to the federal oourt the
case of Jo Ludwlg, who ha brought tult
against tho company for ia.ovt for alleged
Injuries sustained when his automobile
collided with a street oar hear Sixteenth
and Castellsr streets. Omaha, several
week ago. A similar order wa made
In th suit of George W. Whltebrook
agalnit the Illinois Central Railroad com
pany for personal Injuries.
Ixical postofftce official have been re
quested to advise all residents of Coun
cil Bluffs and vicinity who send mall te
Denmark to Inscribe It "via Hcandlnavlan
Amerlcan line." It 1 pointed out that
ptickagps and letters thn marked will
reach their destination much more
quickly and safely. It Is one of the few ,
neutral lines whose ships are not liable
to selaur by the many warring nations
of the old world. Th Danish consul gen
eral at Chicago has been aseiired that all
mall matter thus marked will go exclu
sively to the Hcandinavlaa line of steam
A special meeting of the olty council
will be held tomorrow afternoon te com
plete business that wa left unfinished at
the long session on Monday night, which
did not conclude until after 13 o'clock.
Ordinance establishing grades on sever I
atreet where no grade has been estab
lished or where changes are desired will
be considered. Th question of the eltys
liability under the employer' liability
law will si no be up for eontdratlon. City
Solicitor Schneider will submit a written .
report on the matter that ha been called
for. At the conclusion of the council
meeting the alderman will do some work
111 committee of the whole.
tonatlun for th week ending yter
day for the support or the Christian
Home orphanage, aa reported by th
flom paper, show that the total to the
managers fund wa $J6. being $10 below
the need of th week. 1 tendency In this
fund, reported In last week's paper,
$'.'-12.41, thus Increasing the deficiency to
1241.41. The sn-tnd total ot receipts In the
general fundi for the last week amount
to $.i-'t.4i, being $121. 4n above the need of
the week. Deficiency In this fund, as
stated In last week' paper, M.T70H1. thu
decreasing the deficiency to $.148.8.
Amount needed In the Improvement and
contingent fund, $7,0(0. Thl amount
hotild bC entirely supplied by th coming
Annual Thanksgiving offering. ' '
Young Women Asked
to Turn in Pictures
All of the young women who took ad
vantage of the opportunity to "snap
shoot" Will Schnorr as m rods on his
steed In Monday afternoon's pageant, are
rsquested to hand In their pictures to
day. They should be left at George Gar
ner' jewelry store. ' The young? woman
who has the beat picture Is to receive a
HO gold coin a th prise offered by At
torney George . Wright. Mr. Schnorr
had to run a perfect battery of kodak
and there are undoubtedly several' hun
dred print made by this time. '
The method of deciding which is the
beet of the lot has not been definitely
determined, but the purpose to dlptay
th pictures In the Auditorium will ' be
adhtred to. The pictures are to be con
plclouly dliplayed and the decision
which Is to determine the winner may
be settled by th vote of the multitude.
One plan auggested I to have Mr. Schnorr
placed on exhibition for a few trying
moments each evening so the voters may
act wisely In expressing their choice. He
positively reftieee to consent to sueW an
arrangement, but his activity as one of
the Knights of the Pull Moon has tadght
him the necessity of sternly doing- his
duty, no matter what, degree of courage
Is required by the ordeal. .
DR. AND MRS. DONALD MACRAE
HAVE REACHED BOSTON
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Macrae have
landed In Boston. They reached Boston
on the steamship Franconla after being
nearly two weeks on the Atlantle. .Their
ship was stopped six different time by
British and French war vessels and ene
night while driving ahead at full speed
with all light extinguished and port
holes blanketed they were In collision
with something in the boat line. Pas
senger felt the shock aad th cry went
through the boat that a mine had been
In addition to the other trying experi
ences the ship ran into a violent storm
and th anxious passengers were tossed
about in fin shape. . .
OLD SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION
MEETS TUESDAY AT HASTINGS
The annual reunion of the Old Settler'
association of Pottawattamie, Mills and
Fremont count! will be held at Hast
ing next Tuesday. It la expected that
there will be severs! thousand of the
member present. Unlike most associa
tion, eligibility to membership In this
Increases with age and the number who
are "old" enough to be accounted '"old
settlers" la Increasing In almost arith
metical progression. An elaborate pro
gram ot sport and wholesome contest
for prises has been arranged. In addi
tion to these events this program will
be presented, beginning at 10 o'clock:
! Music, Stat band.
Add' or welcome, iiyae t. ueaunsT.
Response, J. K. Graham.
Add 'aa. Hon. O. W. Cullison.
Basket Dinner Bring well-filled bas
kets and sntertaln your friends.
Afternoon, 1:M o'clock:
rthort addresses by Hon. John Y. Stone,
Hon. Frank .-In Inn, Prof. W. M. Moore
end others: limit, ten minutes te each
Marriage) licenses were Issued yesterday
to the following named persona:
Name and Readdanoe. At.
WUUa Johnson. Omaha. ...-.-....4
Stella Camper, Omaha, 17
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