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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1914)
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WATCH I have a g.d 17-ewe silver
ease watch to trade, for a revolver. Ad
dress 8 C, Ha, tip.
WANT to swap lor a ntv harness ami
a light single wacon. 1 have quite an
asortment of perianal property to swap.
Give particular! In first letter. S. C. 107S,
WILT, trade pedigreed Boston hull for
something valued at $:"0 or over. Also
hsre a $40 tool cheat to trade. 8. C H.U,
AVI LA. trade art of World's Best .Music (8
volumes), practically new, for second
typewriter. B. I'. 1444.
WOODKN TANK, lh Riwd condition; &
foe 9 Inches hlh. 7 feet 4 Inches In diam
eter; hoops with malleahle Iron lug; tank
Is taken apart and easy to handle. S. C.
Ayartmf BtR ui Klata.
Rental Service Free
Why Worry where 'to find a house .j
apartment when we have listed every
vacunt betisc ami apartment In the city.
'Phone us for further Information.
Douglas i.'38 Fldell.y Storage .- Van Co.
ST. OKORtiE APARTMENTS One 'five.
room anile, hest, water, Janitor
eervtce; located In aelect West Farnam
residential section. 11U N. 31st Ave. W. W.4.
CLOSE IN APARTMENTS.
m SOUTH 24TH STREET.
Beautiful 2-room apartments, modern
In every detail, newlv decorated, hard
wood finish, tiled floors In the hath room;
Ice boxes and gas ranges furnished. ISii.JJ
summer, $-' winter. Call at our olttco
and we will show you through.
OAT enilTU 5STH BTRKET.
S and 4-room apartments, nicely deco
rated, hard wood finish, very modern
equipment. Attractive rents. i
J3J SOUTH S4TH STREET. '
Five-room apartments, strictly modern
and up-to-dste in equipment; beautifully
decorated: HO lumnwr, $40 winter, we
can show you through at any time.
PAYNE SLATER COMPANY,
81 Omaha Nat l yidg.
' HEAT FURNISHED
Clyde, 1808 Ohio, J room. $2 to $24.
Bosworth. ?217 Howard St., 2 rooms and
bath; clone In; up-to-date; hest Janitor
service; $35. , . '
Ayers W9 8. 31st; 8 rooms nnd bath;
fine neighborhood; very reasonable,
same rent year around ; 36.
I rbnna. 1317 Park Ave.; 0 rooms and
bath; high clasa; same rent year around:
Pasadena, 420 Park Ave; 4 rooms and
Oroc, 13 Forest Ave.; 4 and 6 rooms;
I40 to 47.50.
Tyler 1530. ' 208-10-12-14 Slate Bank Bldg,
Large 4-roon apartment; finely ar
ranged, beautifully finished;, outside
porches. $40 and $45.
PETERS TRUST CO.,
122 Farnam St. Douglas 838.
625 SOUTH IsTH ST.
We will have two very choice 4-room
apartments vacant In this building Octo
ber 1st. Now Is the time to rent them.
PAYNE & PLATER COMPANY,
61 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
321) AND PACitf'IC 8TS. .
31J5 Pacific St., beautiful 6-room strictly
modern, up-to-date heated apartment,
finished in quarter sawed oak through
out, tiled -floor in bath room, private
laundry, i private front and rear entrance,
private porch, large yard, $50.
PAYNE & HLATER COMPANY, ,
618 Omaha National Bank mag.
1301 HOWARD St. 6-room brick flat, $33.
154 8. 27th St. 7 rooms, 'modern, $22.50.
- 3716 Hawthorne Ave.J-8 . rooms, . hot
water heat, $40.
ALSATIAN APARTMENT. S6th and
Famam Two 6-room apartments, $42.60.
L. D. SPALDINO & SON;
1C18 Farnam. Tyler 100.
ST. CLARE APARTMENTS, .
ZJd and Harney Sts., 3 room apartments,
Call H. 647 or D. KK.
610 S. JTJth. 6-r.. mod. flat, pfa
1003 N, 29th. 7-r . mod. flat. $30. -S0i:i
leavenworth, 6-r., mod. ex. heat. ,20.
C. G. Carl berg. 310-12 hrandels The. Blog,
4-R . mod, ex. heat: ?14. H. 2111.
Modern, 4-room flat $16. 1417 Vinton St,
Phone Red 549S
OGDEN ANNEX looms, wltn kltehCD'
ettes Council Bltlffa.
Gordon Van Co
III N. UiJh St Phone li. . or H. Mil
6-ROOM modern flat. 1112 to. llth.
VERY choice 4 or 5-ru, steum-heated
apartment on W. Farnam St.
JOHN W. ROBBI.N8. 1 FARNAM ST.
6-ROOM tnodern. water, curtains and odme
in dining room, free, $22.50. 219 No. i&iu
Ave. Phone H. 57B7. j
Omaha's Finest Apt. House
,ONLY ONE WITH HEATED GARAGES.
6 and 7-room apartments of extra large
rooms. Marble and tile entrances, large
verandas, reception halla with coat closets,
fcun rooms, faience tile fireplaces, cornice
ceilings, oak, mahogany and white enamel
finish, mirror doors, tiled In hath tubs.
Mi"! im, ciCftBiii . I (, I i 1 1 1 1 ( SIX
tures, blgr closets, white enamel refrigera
tors, double-oven gas stoves: beautiful
lawn; low rentals compared with others
POSITIVELY THE BEST AND ONLY
EXCLUSIVE APARTMENTS IN THE
CITY. Handsomely decorated to suit ten
ants. Full Information from Ed Johnston.
Phone Harney 7166. or at residence next
door to apartments, or from Payne &
Slater Co., Phone Douglas 1016. o
THE ANGELI B, .
CORNER 25TII AVE. AND nOt'OLAS.
Only two 4-room apartments left in this
rireproor. soundproof apartment house.
The . electrlo elevators and other first
class equipment makes this building one
of the most attractive Dlacea in Omsha
to live. Janitor will show you through at
PAYNE A (5 LATER COMPANY,
616 Omaha National Hank.
- THE SHERMAN.,
Elegant 6-room apartment,
2501 Sherman Ave.
DESIRABLE room with sleeping porch
for gentleman, private family, $12 month.
2666 Douglas St.
VOR RENT Front room, suitable for tw.j;
modern; $5 week; board optional. 2317
Douglas St. '
BUNNY room, neatly furnished. 2.oo. 2209
STRICTLY modern,' for gentlemen only,
$356 per week for two. 2212 California.
FUR. rooms, pr;vat(! family, 82i.So. J!n"i
Ht., or call H. 4iin.
MOI'J.. clean. Minnie roo nlT 2.iil, 4J4 S. 241 1.
8. E. exposure, in private family: mod.
room for two, $4. ''fi24 So. 19th St. It. 6676.
FURNISHED room for rent, near Creigh
ton university. Phone Douglas 72S1.
WELL furnished modern room, hot water
heat 2413 Capitol Ave. Douglas 6875.
MODERN, aulet rooms, walking distance
$1 60 week and up. THE KNAPP. Utf
Cass St. e
i So. iWih, mod. rooms,
steam heat; reasonable
Neatly turn., mod., reatonable. 117 N. 20th.
Mod., private home, references. H. 61. a.
Fur, rma. modern, lrt Cass. Apt 1.
jvater beat 2412 Capitol Ave. Douglas
'raUhe Hoswkftslu M too Baa.
CLEAN, inodern. furnished. Call tAl
complete, $3.50. .
t APTS, furnished fur light hnueekeep.
Ing: steam heated; mod 4705 N 24th
"XHRrJK nice rooms, housekeeping! ulj
Ilatels aa4 A km rt me ens.
CALIFORNIA Hotel. 16th and California.
Weekly rates tl and u&. DousIms 7iauL
VOLKjh, HoTfcL Moderb. livaaunable.
Board mad Hooaas.
GOOD tM board and room. f71! Jack
FRONT room. modern, close In, for man
and wife, with hoard. $H per aeek. If. '7.
Hemes aad tnttaa.
WHY rent when you ran own with the
same money-after a small down pay
ment? -room, all modern, walking dlManee.
-room, all modern (ncw, by Fontencllc
Blvd.. $if.. '
a-room. all modern (new. Miller park
l-room, light and ,water. sewer, near
Sherman Ave. and lse, tlS.
J-room, all modern lexcept plumbing na
tures only), (new) two lots. fSV
4-rocm, two lots, M'ller park section. Il.
4- room. chicken outfit, fruit. Harden.
Miller park section, $14.
5- room bungalow. 4 lots, well (two side
by side), west of M Uer park. $.
All near good school, rarks. etc
All near car except last one, and It only
bCHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO..
P axton Blk. t .
WEPT FARNAM HOME FOR RENT.
$73 Nine rooms, near SSth and Dewey
Ave., strictly modern, hot water heat,
nicely decorated. 1 '
S02 Cltv National Hank IlklR.
Phone Douglas 756.
HOl'SKS AND FLATS.
$7X.0n 9-r.. 414 8. ith St., strictly mod.
$47.50 7-r., SU 8. 1'Tth St., modern, steam
$42 SO 4-r. apartment In The Harold.
40.0ft 7-r.. 7t! S. ICth St.. modern, steam
S400 Burt St., mod., garace.
217 Davenport St., modern.
604 S. 24th St., modern.
2319 Capitol Ave., modern ex-
r.00 -r., lf15 Howard St.. modern ex
j cent heat.
j $15.00 5-r. flat, 2rtl4 Sherman Ave., mod
ern except heat.
f.n .m 7 acta a-S.. A .... mIa.h.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
902 City National Bank Itldg.
Phone Douglas 756.
6-ROOM NEW BUNGALOW: all oak
floors; large living room and d'.nlng
room: beam celling; electric fixtures Rjid
spot lights,1 shades and storm windows.
Will rent to good pnrtv for $.10.
T RAVER BROS.,
705 Omahjt National Bank Bldg.
Phone Red 472L
house, modern, &tlo South 24lh
Water paid. Tel. Red
-ROOM modern cottage, i71!) So. 3th St.;
BEVEN-ROOM house for rent, modern
except heat, $19. 2626. Taylor Bt.
P.BAUTIFCL ei'ht-rooni house,' oaodern,
$40. mi California fit. Phone Harney
FOR RENT All modern, five rooms and
bath first floor, three rooms upstairs;
hot water heat. 4120 North 17th.
$16-6 ROOMS, BATH. 1703 MANDER
SON. PHONK DOUGLAS 5351.
WEST FARNAM 8 rooms, 2 baths; very
modern. 323 No. 38th Ave. Doug, 2047.
2714 DAVENPORT ST., seven-room de
i Inched house, modern.
iflO 8. 30th St... nine-room house, furnace,
modem, first-class condition. Apply 212 8.
3cth St. Harney 478. o
house, eplendld surround-
Ings. 1015 William.
Call Red 8XU6.
6-R. cottage. $12. 4022 Izard. W. 675.
GOOD 8-r, house, all mod. except hent, on
car line. 440$ No. 24th St. Web. 6S7.
S-R. house, unfurn., mod., hardwood fin.,
water, heat; also 6-t.- house, mod., turn.,
all near cars, Dundee. Phone Harney 2.53,
Call owner, Harney 2911. 4 and 7-room
houses, 42d Mr Cuming. One never lived In.-
STEAM heat, all modern, i-rooui hyuse;
also 4-r'-.m flat. V20 No. VA
t-ROOM strictly modem house In At con
dition, location 2812 Pacific St. Call at
,tC60 So. 28th St. or phone Harney 2346.
6-R. HOUSE;, 2626 Parker, $20. H. 8360.
Free Rental" List
Complete Information about every ya
rant houaa tuid apartment In the city.
This service Is free. .Tel. Douglas &8.
Fidelity Store.Ke A Van Co.
COTTAGE, 4 rooms and basement, $11 per
month, 2)6 8. 2ith Ave. Call 0. L.
Thomas, 412 Bee Bldg. Tel. Dong. 2354.
$3u.0O 7 rooms, parlor extending across
the entire rront or tne nouse. oak
finish, colonnade openings, four bed
rooms 'and .hath. Fine neighbor
hood, near car.
$22.00 Five-room cottage, almost new, ex
. ceptionally Urge rooms, strictly
modern. Near Hodge car line.
AMERICAN HECTRITY COMPANY.
17th and Douglas Sts. Douglas 5013.
HOUSE suitable for two amall families.
Inquire 2545 Capitol Ave. Phone 1). 4A0.
! HOUSE 7 rooms, modern, paved street.
convenient to car, school,- stores ana
church; small family of adults preferred;
125 rent, pay water.
I. N. HAMMOND,
Tel. Doug. 064. 332 Board Trade.
I Inn ana ln all parts of the city.
llOUStS Cr,jKn Son. A C(V. mag.
t-ROOM house, all modern, free water.
km) N. riOth. Tek D. 1530.
5-R.. mod., cottage, 24 Wool worth Ave.
alxp. Co.. moving
packing 4e storage.
2U7 Farnam. 0. !'.:
Van and Stor
age Co. Reduced
Lrge van. 2 men, $125 per nr.; dray, I
i-i nr. nu vveusier. uoug. 1496.
Fidelity Storage Co.
Stcrage muvjiic. packing and shipping.
lth & Jackson Sts. Phone Douglas 2M.
W have a complete list of all houses,
apattmenta and flats that are for rent
'this list can be seen free of charge at
Urtiaha Van A Storage Co.. W6 S. lbth Bl
GJi?,D..,barn' room for or J0 horses,
Mil Webster St. Call Do'-.glas 41.
FAKJ1 4fc RANCH LA.MIH K4R SALE
MONTANA CAREY ACT LANDS-O0
acre now open to- entry In the famous
V alter valley. An excellent opportunity
for the hoineseekcr seeking good farm
land tor general diversified farm. tig. The
riuh soli, - xhllaratlng climate and
abundance of water tor irrigation assures
maximum crop returns. Great for graiu,
alfalfa, tim.Uy, and for stock farming.
Ideal spot for a home. Write today for
bunk lei. and articularb. Valler Farm
Sales Company. Valler, Mont. Box No. 17.
FOR SALE-lno good quarter section
farm, two miles from town. No bullc
ings except corncrlb. Price $70 per acre.
$l,oirf down, balance easy terms. 8. F.
Scott.. Vesta, Mian. - .
THIS TO YOU, MK. RENTER
Who are paying some landlord
one-thlid of all you raise for tne
' privilege of making HIS laqd
more valuable every year.
Isn't it time for you to be be
ginning to use that rent money
to pay for a home for your wife
and children, where VOU will
get the benefit of the rise In
farm values Instead of the other
You ran make a first payment
of nay $7. (KM on the nice. m Ue.
scribed below and get long time
on the balance.
No. SU A nice smooth 80. only 24 miles
from town. All broken and
- ready for fall or spring crops.
Put in some wheat this fall, some
alfalfa and oats and some pota
toes and beeja next spring. You
will make money right from the
. start. Adjoining farms show
-splendid crops and the soil on
this is Just the same. Here Is a
chance to buy a home at a low
price, 4n good terms, and It is
handy to town and school.
Price, $5 per acre. F.aey terms.
Write today for free copy of
the "l.and Owner." It tells what
others are doing there.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Ware Block. Omaha.
IlKAIi K8TATK -XOK-TIt SIDK
Special sale of $u"..00 nnd $fw0.00 lots in Clair
mont, Saturday, i5KX) p. m. till night. Terms $10.00
wish nnd $10.00 n month. These nre not cheap lots,
hut good lots at cheap prices nnd on easy terms.
Ix)ts 50xl2( feet. Nenr 2 car lines. City water. Fine
neighborhood. We confidentially recommend these
lots either for immediate use or for investment. You
can't bent it any place in the city. Salesman will bo
on ground from 4:00 p. ra. till night, Friday evening
to show lots. Take Heifton car line and get off at
48th street, or call Douglas 1722 and go out in an
Benson & Carmichael
(542 Pax ton lilock.
FAIIM A RANCH LANDS FOR SaLK
$2,000 Cash Makes
First Payment . on
120-Acre Iowa Farm
If you want a good Iowa farm, located
close to town and within forty-five miles
of Omaha, on the main line of the North
western road, you should Investigate this
lftl-acre farm. It is located 4k miles
north of Woodbine, la. There Is about
90 acres under cultivation: about half
aore In orchard and the balance pasture;
has 6-room house and other outbuildings.
Price $1U0 an acre. Here is an opportunity
to own a splend'.d Iowa farm that you
will be ablo to sell before long for $12o to
SI fit) per acre. Owner might take some
Omaha property t trade.
Hastings & Heyden
' 1614 Harney Bt.
Best uuy and generui crop staid in the
union; settlers wanted; lanus for sale at
i law prluea, on easy terms. Ask for oook
! let 34 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant
State acres wanted. Write about our
gracing lands. If Interested In fruit ianda,
ask (or booklet on Apple Orchards In
Wisconsin. Address Land Dept., So
Line Ry.. Minneapolis, Minn.
IF UNTEREWTliD In land In southerit
Iowa and southern Minnesota write the
P. L. Jones Land company. Wlnterset. la.
for their list of 250 farina
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY and farm "loans! '6, Vk. per cent
J.H. Dumont & Co.. 1608 Farnam. Omaha.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat l. Douglas I7U,
HARRISON A MORTON. 16 Pro. Nat'l.
WANTED City loans and warrant
W. Farnam Smith A Co.. 1120 Farnam.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. 2i8 State Rank Bldg.
tioo to 110 000 made oromDtlv. F. D. Wead.
I Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY on hand for city and farm louna.
H. W. Binder, City Nat l Bank Bldg.
fiOCITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Oo
"z1' 310-312 Brandels
SEE us first If you want a farm' loan.
United States Trust Co., Omaha. Neb.
ItKAL' ESTATE FOR EXCUANGK
HOUSE and lot In Gas City, Kan., for
sale or trade. Address 9Ue, Adams, Neb.
THREE hundred sixty-acre Improved
farm, 20 miles irom Minneapolis; s-room
house, barn, windmill and other buildings:
part under cultivation, balance pasture and
kvlanri: no waste land: one of the
ay" land; no waste land; one of the best,
stock farms In that vicinity; price, $0 per
acre; will take up to iu,mw gooa property
In exchange, balance some cash and mort-
1026 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract office. Hi b. 17th St
Phone Douglas 6487. '
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of.
flea In Nebraska- 2C4 Brandels Theater.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Six acrea right in town, near boulevard
system ' and park, fronts paved street,
$4,500. (Sure to. crow In value )
Five acres on corner, two good roads.
Located where land is growing In value.
$2,000, $500 cash.
' Five acres Joining above at same price.
Fourteen acrea vlrgiri soil, fenced, on
main road, lies well, 44 miles from ptft -
office. $300 an acre.
Twelve and one-half acres, lies well,
a I till n five-mile circle from postofflce.
Scattered single acres near car, $50 to
Harrison & Morton
Twenty acres, 2H miles northwest ef
Florence and but a short distance from
the macadam road.
Seven-room house, Wi good condition,
good bam and other outbuildings; nice
orchard, full bearing.
One and one-quarter acres In vineyard.
The owner of this property, on account of
family ressons, is compelled to move to
the city and will take as part payment a
good residence In the City; and will price
this property right.
O'NEIL'S R. E. & INS. AC1Y.,
Tyler 1024. Ifoft Farnam Ht.
. 40-ACKti r'Rl'lT FA KM
ItkU a.mlLfinsv sf let no Oft Bit raWst Va T I
Council Bluffs. A big money maker fromiaaye rail
the start. Owner will take Omaha prop
erty. PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
. .Ware Block, Omaha. Neb.
RKAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Dandy 4-room house built tl Is year.
floored attic, corner lot, electric lights.
tiled well, one block to paved atreet. lo- jrn, beautifully finished, exrt-ll.-ut 0-a-cated
north of Krug park; $.0 cash, bal- i tlon at 4M5 Webster hi.; I1 bloc Its to car
anoe easy payments. Adjoining lot also
0. (1. CARLHERO,
310-$12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Iti:.L KSTATE XOIITH SIUK
Telephone Douglas 1722.
liUV FROM OWNKtt
SAVE THE COMMISSION
rtrand new home, never occupied,
strictly modern, oak finish; has large liv
ing room, 11x23. with colonnade opening
Into dlnlntf room, 11x14, which has panel
walls, plate-rall and window, seat; neat
den or sewlna room and handy kitchen
with built-in cupboards and refrigerator
room; front and rear stairway three
good bedrooms, four closets, tiled bath
and scrtned-in sleeping porch with
canvas roller awnings on second floor:
eaay stairway to store room In attic. Full
basement with floor drain, fruit cellar
and enclosed coal bins; guaranteed fur
nace and plumbing; nifty combination
light fixtures, screens and window shades;
decorated throughout; yard will be sod
ded. Iarge lot, 45x120, on paved street,
at 2532 laurel Ave. Price reduced to
$3,800; $0 or more cash, balance $31.50
monthly. Good lot taken as part pay
ment. Kev at 24W Laurel Ave. Phone
Charles Horn, owner, Harney 6210, for
READY TO MOVE. INTO
Living room, dining room, kitchen, den
and pantry on first floor, living rooms
finished In oak; two bedrooms and bath
on second floor, cement basement, fur
ns.ee; strictly all modern; paved street,
corner lot. close to school. Price only
$2,800, $200 cash, balance monthly. Located
2630 Blondo St. Keys at 262S Blondo.
310-312 Brandels Theatre Bldg.
MUST BE SOLD
Six-room house, 8924 N. 23d St, large
lot, fine yard and a nobby home, east
front. Price $3,900.
Five-room, new, modern oottage, close
In, 1716 N. 28th St.; must have money,
Five-room. 2419 8. 17th Ht.. $1,550.
S-room, corner, 30 and Davenport Sts.,
large and well built home, $4,600.
Phone Douglas 3607.
Inquire 41S Karbach Block.
REAL ESTATE WEST HID K
WE have an IDEAL HOME on the top
of the hill on Farnam Street, between
48th and 4th: 3d blocks west of the city
hail. In a anlendlil nnlffhhnphnnri nf new
homes. Read the description and realise
that Its location Is Ideal:
Pressed brick. )
Enameled laundry tubs.
Guaranteed furnace. ...
Living room 15x26.
Den on first floor.
Screened porch. '
One bedroom 124xl9.
One bodroom 11x17. '
One bedroom 11x11.
Beautiful oak floors.
Screens complete. . .
The number is 4S23 Farnam Bt. Come
but TODAY and look it over. Just being
Charles W. Martin & Co.,
748 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Tyler 17; Webster 6006 on 8fl.nda.jr,
Sale or Trade
Modern house, I rooms, In West Far.
nam district, adjoining Turner Park;
$1,750 equity to exchange for lots, auto or
Glover & Spain
. For Only $3,500.00
At 3315 Davenport street; hardwood
finish and hardwood floors. 'A
VV. II Oaten,
Room t47 Omaha National Bank -Building,
" Phone Douglua 1M.
S-room house, to be sold by owner; 1
year old: all modern; oak and birch
finish; corner lot, south front; $4,800. Ad
dress 3162 Chicago Ht. Tel. Harney 1704.
KKAL KHTATK SUBURBAN
Fine Dundee Home
Sacrifice Price .
This Is one of the best 7-room houses
ever built In Dundee and la practically
new. Every convenient- every artistic
touch, beamed ceilings, tricked flreplaoe,
etc. Hot wster heat. 4wner leaving.
says roll This Is a chance ti buy at
your own iirtce, for there is to be a real
sarrirtce. ee us about this. -
Tyler 153rt. JOS-10-12-14 State Bank Bldg.
Six rooms and sleeping porch, all mod
elled, excellent lot a
rl.; I1 blocks to car;
Peters Trust Co.
. m ..
M-.M. KMTATK Mls Kt.HNKOl .M
Balance about tho same as rout buys
your vlwtie vt the following good prop
erties; $i,K4-room bungalow, tilcrly arranged,
gool basement, gnod-sised lot, I1
chicken house and yaid Hlrn snd
slahtly location. Half block t " ar
Near fine school, on 4IM St. near
$-,000f, room cottage, close In. partly
modern, south front lot. Will make
someone a nice, coiy home. 2.-th
and Pierce Sts.
$i,750 , N-noiii cottage, modern except
heat, cemented basement, ground
li0xl20. 4th and 1'arker Sts.
$2,750 ft rooms anil rei-eption hall, there
being two bedrooms snd bath up
stairs; strictly tnodern. Near &1
and lei-atur Sts.
U.aoo-Good dwelling of rooms and re
ceptlon hsll, the upstairs having
nl.-e bedrimtna and bsth. Fine large
rooms downstairs, strictly modern.
On paved street, not far uut; near
car. 22d and Grant Sts.
$J,00 Fine story-and-half cottage of 6
rooms and reception hall, entirely
modern, oak finish In hnll. parlor
and dining room, nice basement,
paved street, south front. Not far
out. Near car, stores and school.
On Briiiw Rt near IfUh Ht.
fall ii ;ip or come to our office for fur-M
ther particulars. Uood clear lot oonstii-i
ered as part payment on any i i.it-w
Scott & Hill Co.,
Sim7- McCague BMg.
All Real Home
Owners Must Sell
$4.900 NORTH SIDE, on Florence Blvd..
Ik hl.,..b. tmiA enr aat front, good
lot with shsde; 6 rooms, frame and
stucco, with large living room,
beamed ceilings, fireplace, lfge
dining room snd kitchen on the first
floor; S excellent bedrooms on the
second, with tile hath room; full
cement basement, good furnace,
stationary tubs; gsrnK and drive
way. This Is an Ideal home. Terms.
$r..500-WKST END. excellent new home,
never occupied, of 7 rooms and
large attic; can finish a good room;
owner forced to sen. mini i-y
labor and exceptionally well con
structed and fln'shed. Has large
living room with built-in hooKrsseii
writing desk, buffet and clothes
chute; larite paimy, 4 usnuy "'d
rooms, one a sleeping porch on the
xecnml floor; t"e bslh ok floors
throughout, and oak finish down
stairs, with niahogHiiy snd white
enamel upstairs; woodwork thor
oughly rubbed and well finished,
excellent hardware. Must be seen
to be appreciated. No better built
home in the city. Full jn"'
basement, furnace heat; south front
..iivti-c.- IIOMP TlrcAi'Ttr 11 J.
-iY-.il., n.Wm with
consisiing in imso ------
a KI.'H iAR FIREPLACE built-in
book-cases, besmert ccuins".
d'nlng room, also beamed ceilings,
eon.l kitchen nnd nsr-tr'-: 4 gooa
bedrooms on the second floor, ono
a combined sun room and sleeping
r ,....i..r.Mnir the beautiful
homes In Happy Hollow circle.
Has excellent fiirnsce, full base
ment, driveway and garage,
nil and gas tanks. Too large for
Glover & Spain
119-20 City National.
"CHILD CAN MARK $1,000
WITH L1TTLK GARDEN."
Bo aays a man whose little daughter
made $250 on plot 50x52. This Is not
"talk." but actual experience, and It was
fully related In a news Item of our Omaha
dallies Aug. 22, last. We will show you
tne article on request.
Don't wait until later, when all good
tr.xl. r leased for next sum
mer. That Is done ln the fall. Then you
cannot get possession for a whole year
later. Bee our several bunches of lots, I
to 50. A couple of them have small
houses. Just outside city, all near good
Omaha city schools. One Is where an
raise plgs-S acres to 12-very Profitable.
See cTlXSt. E. WILLIAMSON CO., FAX
TO NT BIaOCK, OMAHA, NE.
4-Room House and
Fine 4-room house, on two large lots.
Well improved, with fruit trees and
mall fruits. Hmall barn. J'en;d all
around. On new car line at 4809 Popple
ton Ave.' Only $3,600. on very easy terms.
Peters Trust Co.
1623 Farnam Bt.
Homes Built and
Easy Payment Plan-
Will furnish the money and build you
a home to order and draw plans to suit
your taste, -win uuna on your wi
any lot you select. Telephone for par
ticulars. , ,
Ttelephone Webster 3879 o
BARGAINS IN HOMES. . .
Eight mom, new 2-story house, 2th and
California Sts., snap. $4..
Klght-room, new modern, 34th and Cen
ter, only $4.O0.
Seven-room, new modern, SSth and IjCB
venworth Hts.. $4,200. 1
F.nqulre 41 Karbach BIV. Phone-f). SW7.
SIXROOM house to be sold st a special
offer for quick service; modern except
heat, rooms nicely finished, large lot,
good location, convenient to cars, oavnef
must leave town. Call Red 7461. 2Tlu Bo.
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HASTINGS & KETDER
1(14 UBIaT ITUIT.
PRIEST TRANSLATES WORDS
OF PREACHER TO DYING MAN
RORDKAITX. Kept. 24.-A young Oar-
man soldier lay dying of his wounds
this morning In a Bordeaux hospital. He
asked for spiritual consolation and a
French Protestant chaplain came to his
side. The chaplain, however, spoke no
German. Hearing .of the difficulty, a
Catholic priest volunteered to Interpret.
The Protestant minister pronounced the
words of consolation and peace ln French
and the priest translated them Into Ger
man to the dying man who breathed his
last peacefully. . .
CHINA SAYS'IT IS NOT
ABLE TO DEFEND ITSELF
PEKING. Sept. 24.-The tlilnese gov-
ernment has replied to the protest
Germany against the landing of Japanese!
troops In China, disclaiming responsibility
for the violation of Its neutrality, which
it says it Is unable to defend.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
riAHTY V I imATifi ir I Tn
War Operations First Month Won on
Aviation Corps, Heavy Artillery,
Soup and Sturdy Legs.
BIRDMEN HIGHLY VALUABLE
Principal Kffertl vetiess ! In l.oeet
lag Knemy, Direct I a a- Ihe Klre
of the ni (Jans anil In
tCorrespondence of The Associated Press.)
BERLIN. Sept. !4.-Four factors largely
responsible for the success of the Her
man arms In the first month's operations
against France were the heavy artillery
of the field army, the traveling field
kitchens accompanying the troops, the
sturdy legs of the German soldiers and
the service of scouting and Information
,h 0erman aviation corp.
This verdict by one of the German
military aviators, boastful though It may
seem. In Its conclusion if his own branch
of the service. Is confirmed by the opinion
of other officers, iwho have had 'oppor
tunities of observing operations at the
front and who agree completely with
him as to the great service rendered by
the aviiitors In locating the hostile forces,
and establishing their strength, following
every movement of the hostile columns,
and marking down the positions of the
ennmy's artillery or trenches with such
precision that the German fire could be
directed upon them Without wasting a
shot. Roth German and foreign critics
have united In the thorough going appre
ciation of the work of the German heavy
artillery not tho mammoth sixteen and
one-half-tnch siege mortars, which
smashed Liege and Namur, Mononrllllers,
Iingwy and Maubeuge Into submission
and surrender In a few hours or days
but the heavy howltaer batteries, which
accompany the field army and have uaed
with terrible effect In all the great battles
of the .war.
Battle of Field Game.
In regard to field guns, tho French
artillery has proved a moat worthy op
ponent Onrman officers eheerfutly admit
that thn French field guns' practice -has
been remarkable but thus far -they have
had nothing to oppose to tho heavy Ger
man artillery, which by Its Indirect,
plunging fir has rendered trenches and
gun positions untenable and has pounded
retiring troops .from orderly retreat Into
The sturdy legs of the German Infantry
men have made possible the great flank.
Ing armies, which officers) atate have
avers ren twenty-nv miles or more a
day and wherever they have halted,
whenever a pause In the battle gave op
portunity the wheeled camp kitchen,
drawn by four-horse teams, have been
on hand ready to serve out meat stew or
hot coffee to the soldiers. .
" werner, the military aviator
quoted above. Is tn civil life a society
man, a crack tennla player In tha Bad
Homburg tournaments, When mobilisa
tion was ordered, he disappeared from
Bad Homburg, donned a uniform, became
uorporai Warner, seventh detachment
aviation corps, and waa heard from no
more until he appeared In Berlin earlv In
September to take over a new aeroplane
In place of one worn out In a month'
short service. He had been attached to
one of the armies which entered Franoe
by the Belgian door, which one It It not
Permitted to state, and for. a month had
been scouting and reconnoiterlng dally
"um mo enemy.
Uetchea 1tlal of bti-u
Questioned about the series of engage,
ments In which the British im.
rolled back before the advancing- flood of
v,ruia.n iroapr,, Horgent Werner bor
rowed pencil and paper sketched f
?Lf,W!trokM rouMy accurate map of
x- rauco-ueigian frontier region, in
serted Mons. I Cateau. St, Quentln.
........... ana lomptegne, and em
barked unnn .n im,
, .. , ' " ' - nun description
of that part of the German r.m.i
His trnute of the fighting qualities of
the allied forrea tallies with that of
."..r o.ncers or the general taffwho
..,,, irom auty at the front.
r,xcept at Liege." he said, "the Bel-
away almost without fighting
- . 4 t, rncn artillery waa
excellent. The British wera the best sol
dlens that we met In the flrat engage
ments, before their morale waa shaken
by repeated defeat And heavy losses
they .tuck to their trenche. doggedly.
" stayed In the trench
-eeping up the fire until our men were
r.at upon mem. Our heavy artillery and
the way ln which our men kept coming
regardless of losses, finally got them and
men iney ran too.
What Am t'l r ma
"I heard at headquarters that the Brt-
i.s.i were excellent at minor tactics, 'They
were great at preparing a trench for ua
In a village, would lie low In the houses
on eltner side of the main street, get
machine runs ready at the window. .h
when our columns came along- would let
the advance party get clear In town be
fore opening fire. They usually got most
of the advance party, but what difference
doea the loss of fifty men or so make in
.eiuing a nig battler They were great,
mo, in utile night ralda, causing- our pick
"nmaeraoie annoyance, but without
i lectins; ine general result."
nr.. . , . .
'.era jugnt over Paris and his
oroppmg or bombs and bulletins of Ger
man victories have already been men
iionea in cabled dispatches. His critic
Isms of German and French flying ma
chlnea are Interesting- from the noint n
view of an expert. He had been ueing
a Taube monoplane, a type of aeroplane
unicn. ne complained, was under-englned
rose oo slowly and had not sufficient
carrying power. They could not) get off
tne ground with less than 1M yards run,
coumn t ehoot ti ln the air quickly to
voio nosuie artillery or rifle fire when
scouting or to get above a lighter and
"""" rrencn aeroplane In a conflict In
the air, and with aviator and observer
on board, could carry only two or three
or tne rive-pound bomba with" their nl
.-.... LUWIU, nuw ne was re
turning to Berlin to take over a biplane
a macmne which he thought bette
adaptcu for war purposes.
Need of Qnlek Ml sabers.
. "Had ho ever been attacked by hostil
air craft? Yes. on his return from Pari
he had been pursued by two aeroplanes
an English-Bristol biplane and a French
biplane. Both were faster and quicker
climbers and they soon got above th
German aeroplane and flew along one
" ach aide of It. while he and Ma com-
ofiranlon emptied their revolvers exchang
'ta shots with the enemy. Had either
of the other aviators had a bomb he
could easily have gotten above the Ger
mans and wrecked their machine, but
after an aaxloua ten minutes tbey gave
up the attack and returned toward Paris
(This Incident was mentioned In dis
patches from Paris at the time.)
"The French machines were too lightly
built for wsr purposes, emashed up too
easily and If left out In the rain, larking
a hangar, became useless. This ac
counted, ho thought for the failure of thv
French aeroplane corps to accomplish
what had been expected of It."
Cnsualtlcs In the aviation corps, he saM,
had been remarkably light, considering
the risk. lttle danger was experience!
from hostile fire. Ofie of his comrades, Is
the habit of going out without an ob
server In order to carry more bombs,
failed to return. It was later learned
that hi motor had stoprcd while he waf
within the Belgian lines. In attempting
to smash his seroplsne on landing, as In
structed by regulations, he was thrown
out and both thighs were broken. He If
now recovering In thn hospital at Antwerp.
HOARDING BANKERS WARNED
McAdoo Tells Them He Will Post
Those with Excessire Reierves.
MUST NOT OVERCHARGE, EITHER
fteeretary Adopts ntrlageat Meas
ure to Make National lastltatlens
Katead C redit and Not Desisss
Too Hlaa Rate. '
WASHINGTON, Sept. 24 Secretary Mc
Adoo tonight adopted stringent measure!
to urge national banks to extend legiti
mate credit and charge normal Interest
rates on loans. He telegraphed to ten na
tional banks ln the four reserve cities In
the south that their requests for addi
tional crop-moving funds from the federal
government would not be granted at this
time, and made It clear that his action
was taken In connection with reports of
excessive Interest rates and restriction ot
lloardlaar nf Money.
In a statement made publto with the
telegram Mr. McAdoo declared that there
waa an extraordinary hoarding ot money
by banks throughout the country and nil.
Ing up of reserve wlthoul occasion. He
aid reports to the comptroller of the
currency ahowed that money' hoarding has
been carried by banks to an extreme de
gree, and announced that he expected to
focus attention upon the guilty banks by
Issuing a dally list of those with excessive
Likely to Hart Bnslaese. .
Although th federal government has no
power over state banks or trust com
panies, the secretary explained that. state
superintendents would be asked to furnish
available Information on money hoarding
In such Institutions. Ho characterised
money hoarding by bank as the agency
most likely to Impair confidence and In
NEW TORK. Sept $4. Count von Bern
storff, German ambassador to the United "
States received from his government to
day two official Informations. The flrat
According to relfible Qallclan source
the Russians have brutallsed tha Jewish
Inhabitants ln all places which they
have occupied In Oallola. They Incite the
Rutbenlan peasant . population against
the Jews and hand over to them Jewish
property and tbat of Polish landowners,
most of whom have fled tha country.
Cruelties committed on Jewish Inhabitant!
by tha Russians become worse and wnras
each day. This oontrasts remarkably
with the cxar's manifesto to' hta beloved
Tha other read:
"It has been said that the export of-
goods from Germany la not possible and
that consequently neutral countries should
get goods heretofore Imported from Ger
many to other countries. The passage
of goods over German railroads hava baen -resumed
and there) Is no reason why
goods should not be exported with the
exception, of course, of those tha export
of which has been forbidden because of
the war. Tha export trad st Germany
will be resumed In a large measure tn th
Cause the Suicide of
Mrs. Helen Suggett
ST. IOUIfl. Ma. Bept 21 Special
Telegram.) Mrs. Helen K. Buggett,
formerly Mrs. Helen K. Bellgmaa 'of
Omaha, a divorce and the dWorcad wife
of Dr. Orrlll lu Suggett, committed sui
cide In a rooming house' at 3300 W. Olive
Street by swallowing poison today after
he had made an appointment with Dr.
Buggett to meet her there and he failed
Mrs. Suggett called Mrs. Ida Wilier,
proprietor of the rooming house, and
asked her to call Dr. Suggett and tell
him if he wished to see his former wife
while she lived, he had better come at
Mrs. Wilier called Dr. Buggett and he
arrived at tha house at 10;ao o'clock to
find Mrs. Buggett unconscious. A bottle
which had contained poison was near
Mrs. Suggett had been living with her
sister, Mrs. John Bassett. jr.. U7 Ham
ilton avenue. Mr. Bassett claimed the
body last flight.
Dr. Buggett aacribod business trouble
as the cause of Mrs. Suggett' s despond,
ency. she had been employed, he aatd,
by a Chicago firm as a Bt. tiouls repre
sentative, and had experienced reverses.
British Give Further
. Losses of Officers
LONDON, Sept. S4.-The war office to
night Issued a list containing; the names
of twenty-five officers killed ln action oi
who have died In hospitals from wounds.,
The list Includes Lieutenant Colonel D.
Warren West of the Surrey regiment and
I,leu tenant Sir G. G. S. Balllle of the.
Royal Scot Greys. Major A. H. Matt
land of the Cameron Highlanders, a ho
was reported last week a woundeU, I
given In tonight's list as having suc
cumbed to bis wounds. He was the third
son of the earl of Lauderdale. , . .
An additional list shows forty-one offi
cers wounded and five officers missing
Two of them are members ot the Intelli
gence corps. Three officers have been
made prisoners of war'. Including one
member nf the Royal Flying corps.
$rkssg Works Hard.
Catcher Wally Schana of the Athletltx
la doing double duty oaliig to the abon -e
of Jack I-app from "ie game 1nn la
I truing a broken linger and probabl
will be laid up for a mouth.
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