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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 6, 1914.
TURKS MAY CAf.RY Real Estate Men to
WAR INTO MPT
Few Suggestions for the New Home
Picnic on Post Farm
If Porte Joint Germany, English
' and Rnsi Territory Likely to
JAPANESE MAT TAKE PART
Jreae ef Araln aa Fleets la
Wester A aim of Raglaad's
Orlejatal Allr IM
elMe. WAPHTNOTON. Spt. S.-TntlTnatloiis
kave eome to manr European diplomat
In Washington that hontllltles mar be ex
tended not only to Italy and the Balkans,
bould Turkey enter the field, but to the
Caucasus. Persia, Egypt uid India as
ell. In such event the presence of
Japanese troops and fleets in western
Asia, particularly to assist England In
either India or Persia, would not "he surprising-,
according to diplomats represent
Irs; ths allied powers.
While Japan has confined Its present
cperatlons against Germany to Klao Chow
and the China seas, the spirit of ths
Anglo-Japanese alliance. It was said,
night lead Japan, after consultation with
Great Britain, to extend a helping hand
to Its ally elsewhere In Asia.
A. Rusteta Bey. the Turkish ambassa
dor here, made publio a cablegram from
his government, which he interpreted as
"conclusive evidence" of the Porte's In
tention to remain neutral, but his Views
were not shared by diplomats represent
ing the allies. The latter are confident
that Turkey Is merely delsylna- an an
nouncement of Its Intentions while com
pleting military preparations. The Turk
ish ambassador's cable was as follows:
TBy virtus of the neutrality we have
declared, the military authorities have re
ceived orders to Insure by every means
possible the entire safety of merchant
vessels of the belligerent nations taking
refuge In our ports."
The embassador showed Secretary Bry
an the message, assuring him also that
American would be safe.
I Deafer im America.
"There I no danger whatever to Amer
icans and there need be no fear on that
subject," said the ambassador.
The ambassador admlted later that If
Turkey entered the conflict on the side
of Germany and Austria It would make
its opcrstl.ans as extensive as possible in
Fritlsh and Russian possessions. H
thought It not unlikely that In such event
Tfeypt might be invaded. He felt certain
Bulgaria would stand by Turkey, but re
ferred to Kumsjil as an unknown quan
tity. Greece, it Is known, has its army
mobilized, ready, to strike at Turkey on
land and sea.
CHRISTIE RECOVERING FROM
INJURY IN AUTO ACCIDENT
After being laid up for some time with
a broken leg, caused In an auto accident,
Harry H. Christie, vioe president of the
Reel Estate exchange and realty man
with W. Farnam Smith ft Co., la again
able to be around the city. He still has
V use crutches, bat is cheeful even under
After an all day eonfereno with clear
. Ing house delegates from many large
cities, the Federal Reserve board haa an
nounced it will proceed immediately with
the organisation of the twelve reserve
banks provided for by the new currency
system. Although predictions were
lacking, It is generally accepted that the
system can be put In operation about
October 1. The actual opening n4ay be
delayed, but It waa said the twelve banks
would be ready for business within the
- next six we.ks. .
Amendments to the administration Trier.
chant marine bill agreed upon at a White
tiouae conference several day ago were
adopted by ths house merchant marine
committee. Ships bought by the sovern.
tnent company would be available as
naval auxiliaries. Vessels at present In
the navy and under the control of the
Panama Railroad company which might
be available for merchant trade, would
ne turnea over to the new shipping, com
pany. The senate voted to Insist on It amend
, ments to the Clayton anti-trust bin and
named on the conference committee Ken-
ior uuioertson, overman, Chilton, Clark
of Wyoming and Nelson of Minnesota.
Principal Points of differenoa relit
the senate's elimination of the section re
lating io price aisciauBaton. -
fathers Tell cf
Experience 1 or should be our best
.eecJber. Women who have obeyed the
highest Md noblest of all sacrifices, the
truccl for the life of othera, should
feav a better Idea, of helpful lnflueaoe
than those who theorise from observation.
At any rata when a prospective grand
nother urge her daughter to do a aha
did to us Mother' Friend." there la
reavoa te bellev it the rlttbt advice.
"Mother' Friend" la an external ap
lllctko for expectant mothers. Its pur
pose I to furnish pliancy to the muscle,
te take away the strain on the cords and
ligaments, te relieve the tension of nerve
and tendon ao apt to provoke or ag
gravate nausea, morning sickness, twitch
legs of the limb and on.
i Although, in the nature of things, a
woman would use "Mother's Friend" but
hut rarely, yet so effective has it been
found that this splendid remedy 1 on aale
In most drug; store throughout the
Vnlted States. It ha been prepared by
KretB'ld Regulator Co., 404 Lmar Bldg.,
AiuLnta. Us.-, and advertised by us fur
ever forty year. Tola la a fin record
for auca a special remedy and the grate
ful letters received to-day are Just a
appreciative a were those of year ago
notwithstanding that method are run
poaed to have greatly advanced. Ask al
the drug store for a bottle of 'Xtrthor'l
Friead." II U worth while.
FOH THE KIDDIES
Monday, Sept. Ttlu we aboil
give a prftxr balloon MUX
with, each tc ilaca at Ligsru'
Tamr BcasUl Chroc Searca.
Hastings Heyden have Just finished
the moving of lO.Ono yards of dirt In their
new acre atib-dlvlslnn known ae "Benson
Gardens." which Is the first unit of
"The rout Farm" that hss been platted.
They have also finished the grading
of the streets, and are how sowing the
land to alfalfa and setting out trees.
The entire Real' Bnt ate exchange will
be Invited to a plcnlo on Wednesday,
Fept ember 1, togrthrr with all other
real estate mm In the city. To all of
those who attended a former picnic In
"Benson Acre" early In the spring, this
Invitation will, undoubtedly, be accepted,
as this waa a pronounced success, over
seventy-five real estate men being pres
It has been Intimated by Hastings
Heyden that In addition to the good
things to eat, there will be a number of
little stunt pulled off, that will add a
great deal to this oiitlng. Just what
they are will, of course, remain a secret,
but anyone going can be assured of
something worth while.
Title Men Take tip
Matters of Importance
The American Association of Title Men
has closed Its eighth annual convention,
held this year for the first time In
Omaha. Over V attended, representing
big concern In about every state In the
union. Matters of vital importance to
real estate and title men were dlsr.usMd.
Omaha contributed liberally toward ths
entertainment of the members while here.
The growth of the association hu hen
rapid, in that business Interest all 'over
me country have felt It Influence. and
have recognised Its activities and Its ef
forts to make It possible to secure clear
titles to real estate anywhere In
It haa used it Influence with lrt.L.
turea, both state and national, and haa
been Instrumental in having enacted
laws which have s-restlv clariru -.,... i-
objectlonabl obstacles which formerly
confronted the title and abstract people
and the general sale of real estate, es
pecially In the agricultural and other
rural section. .The association ha
worked out many problem having to do
with other phases of iho abstract and
title business, and has gone sn far that
through Its co-operation It Is now pos
Ible to almost Immediately ascertain
the correct ststus of any property In the
Many North Side
Lots eSold Last Week
Charle TV. Martin A On. renor
Iderable activity In north side home
na particularly in Belle Isle Mitin.
which waa platted four montha ago and
wnere .o worth of lota have been
old In four month and twelve new
home are under construction, lx of
them already sold and occupied.
uiner recent sale bv this .m .i.
Henry .T , .
Oscsp A Nn... ...... .
corner of Twenty-fourth and Crowrl
on which he will build a home.
etr. 7 cottage at M34 Chsr)e
street. for a home, conalderatton 2,V.
M Cfin, nu'"" consideration
i&'S'XS P'r- home in Belle
Isle addition, fronting on Miller nark
corner cf T i .. " . i'""er perK,
. . - ' "-no n.ansave-
nu. Jr a home, consideration IA.M0
addition T."V ..U-A Laurelton
consideration $s ii' "r"u'"" home.
4 n sr.
a-VetUea-t Mile' V Floret V
vard. consideration tytA nr" -
After Outside Work
nUn"."v contrctop - -ooktng Into the
bud,nlr l!nU'0 st- PostofTIc,
T T, CUrt h0UM "H.lo
lax., which I soun to be built Aa In aU
and bid. are to be In by September tl
a new school huiMi-- . .
xi V . ' r "rwmtnf u. John C.
Woodward is th architect
T i f"" Ct 8ouU' mn " been
awarded the eontr. r w......
n uuiiaing of
the new .chool building at Pacific. I,. P.
... ,w m,.titct
The contract for t. . ..
.... rriion or the
Benjamin store building at Twentycond
at Ft; I'llmlns .
BauerT 1 CharlM
Th firm nf A w . .
. . ; r c son l to
branch out with th i. , . .
""'"vt vi special
rental department In charge of A. A
ntlh.rt All.- .
-'-''" ey u soon to return
from nartmouth college and nt.
firm tla f
......... ,ucy, ana ueorge F. Jones
will handle the ul d.n.w .
Tukey will still be general manager.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN HAYE
HAD NUMEROUS SALES
Hasting Heyden report th following
T, m'A "m puacnased lota
if U Henaon ardnt,s, for
t .57u!."t'V:,r' ,1,lw1 ,l block
fo? i b,oc "UlsdalaT
R KJn.l aw.i. A
.NB,.,ni;H.?:rd. two cu
14 IT. Renaon Gardeaa for
?t ttT 4
. .K7B" pwrchaaed a lot la MekcV
addldnfi for tm.
tdTorwr raechaaed fag n, Beuaxi
iJ. m? f "4 crmom rmr purrfcmed
lot IX, ta Tleaaea Acre aMUjat far :
NEW BUNGALOWS ARE .
. BUILT ON THE WEST SIDE
KW Bra, report th fbrtrwtng mtm:
To Crle A. Slmlter. ZUST VarVx Slna
tewth atrwac. for CTTfl.
To i, K. Byrnit. B334 Norjh Twanty.
atxth sTpw, for U.luu.
, Th Etcbard A. Carnngton, Jr., VTQ South
ThTTty -fourth atret. f,)r it, 100,
Ail wT these new bunjralown were built
and aawtgnad by Rasp Broa (
Bee reaudars are too Intelligent to over
look th awortunltiae In the "mant ad"
cuJutmia They'ra worth while mwdlng.
Modern Bungalow by the Bankers Realty Investment Company
lmmu,.im,7mjmi icr ' j r tj
I H jkiM.eaeK j
-aba 8 J j - -I l j-
I I . ii ii i' ii : -
Van Camp Sale
is Called Off
Even though the Real Eatate exchange
adjourned early last Wednesday partly
because many member wanted to get
out to the old Van Camp homestead sale
In the afternoon at S o'clock, the home
stead property waa not sold. It had been
advertised for sale at publio auction to
the highest bidder. There waa but one
bidder, and he bid something like M.000,
where th property cost a great deal
more than that a few year ago.' The
sale was called off for the time.
Conatlpattoa Polsoa Toa.
Dr. King' New Hf , Fill regulate
your bowels, prevent constipation and
stimulate the liver to healthy action.
26c, All druggists. Advertisement.
Ideal Facilities For
fifes UOrU-SS FJ
' and faet conveyance of your goods. Our large fireproof building as
'sures absolute protection for your goods. Separate locked rooms,
heated piano room, silver vault, etc.
OMAHA VAN & STORAGE CO.
806-818 South Sixteenth St.
ttPARMX LOCKtO ROOMS
lenuMD jkcxson sts,
STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT.
Cell and so the
tenuutul New Color
Bif h iTTclcTji r1r "MfPi
I ri ill I fall si mM i ii Ma-iii gJH i laaMWWsi ill l Hull ii iBlatl m ilastafJsl is Hi lalaWI I si i
ul y.y n
Sees Boom in South
M. P. Bouslog, president of the Amer
ican Association of Title Men, In Omaha
during the week, discussing general busi
ness observations made in various part
of the weet and aouth, over which he
ha Just traveled, asserts that he find
th general situation slowly, but appar
erttly surely righting Itself after th first
effect of the war. f .
"In the aouth there Is Intense interest
In the movement to standardise cotton
warehouse receipt," said Mr. Bouslog
"This will be a boon to the south, both
from a banking as welt aa from a general
business viewpoint and will aid the
grower, th marketing of cotton, and our
cotton Industry. The war haa. not mate
rially hurt the mortgage loan business,
although it may be noted that some of
Handling Your 'Goods
We are one
of the beat
eaulpped firms In the
west for moving and storing household
goods. Our. big padded vans assure safe
& . Do
IIY03AULIC PRESS DRICK COMFKIT, 1302 W. 0. l BM&
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tbo large insurance companlea have tem
porarily withdrawn their loana oa tana
mortgage to creat a mrplua to Tneat
"This association finds particular en
couragement in the. healthy tone of the
real estate market, generally. There, ap
pears to be an optimistic feeling that the
war situation will .eventually strengthen
all commercial lines. ,
"The crop movement I progressing
fairy, considering the question of ocean
transportation, the Idea being that the
nation should acquire a merchant marine
at this time. Money is being loaned on
real estate paper at per cent In 'many
Saved Is a
If spent needlessly It Is lost for
forever. If you put it In Home Builders
it will come back to you when you
need it badly with Interest added.
I Hundreds of new shareholders
are being added to. Home Builders
who realize this fact. Are you a
Sheres earned 11V4 in 1913.
We are building more houses to
order, furnishing part of the
money needed, thereby making
more builders profits this year
than In 1913, which will be dis
tributed to all shareholders Janu
ary 1st, 1915.
Now is the time you should get
on ouk profit-sharing list, don't
you think so? $1.12 will start
You can feel free to talk it over
with us. Our plan and records
are open to your full investiga
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Amartcaa Security CoC, rtaoal Art,
rhoae Boagia 5018.
. J. Davis
PHONE DOUGLAS 353
Everett S. Dotlds
- Phone, D-2981 .
612 Paxton Block
;You Can E
111,001 "to. $
On Improved Omaha and
South Omaha Residence
Properties for Ten Years
at 6 under the
OF THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OF NEW YOEK.
The .mortgage is prj)tected by LIFE In
surance in the same amount as the loan,
at a small additional charge. The princi
pal and interest of the loan and cost of
Life Insurance is payable in monthly in- ,
IN CASE OF DEATH OF THE BOR
ROWER the Life Insurance pays off the
loan in full and Balance Goes to His
Estate. ' - "
In case of FIRE or TORNADO You are
This Plan is Sure to Interest You.
Come In and Let Us Explain.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.
1320 FARNAM ST. TEL. DOUGLAS 1061
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718 Bo. Both St.
3183 So. 15th St.
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MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
411-413 South 10th St. Omaha, Neb.
. IDEAL CE.VItrtT STONE CO.
1708-10 Comlag Street. tfioa Iongla 44S8.
A Word to the
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patron with Herric and the better your eerrloe
la to Umn, tlie quicker tiirj roapond to jour
THE BEE BUILDING
(The building that la always new)
offers the best there la la location, ease of ae
ceoa, coQTenlcxico, aaietj-, arteatiou, lifht and
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T!ie beautiful architectural lines of
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