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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1915)
THK RKK: OMAHA. SATl'llUAY, .IfXK l- JJM.V
Apartaaeat. and flats.
Villi NATHAN apartments. Sherman
- Ave and Spruce f-t. Klestnt three and
four-room apartments, nearly new build
in! large room, oak finish, artistically
Decorated. Fine screened porrh. All (on.
venlencee. Splendid surroundings, very
reasonable rnt. only a few mlnutaa ride
downtown; also beautiful five-room apart
snent In Harlan Apt!., one-haif block
aouth; oak finish, fireplace. screened
porch, Tory reasonable Bee Janitor Apt.
J"o. I, Nathan, or call office.
SCOTT HIL.li CO..
r W VoOegue Bldg. Douirlaa 100.
(EVEN nOOM flat, strictly modern, I12J
Caaa. Walnut .
ST. OSOROE -rooru apartment, redeoo
raUd throughout, lit N. Hat Ave., se
lect West F amain district. Fnone Web
MOli3lN fists, loth and Webater. K. 37&.
10 8. 17TH, -r., mod., frood location, P0.
9. O- OARIbeRO, alt Prandels Th. BMn.
" . for rent In tha
HTH AND LAN DON COURT.
Catering to people of refined 'astes.
Apartment completely equipped for
housekeeping, up-to-date and comfort
able, TRAVER BROS..
YK... TYniiBl.. 1IU 70S Omaha Nat. BW.
FURNISHED apt., mod.; piano. H
DirKTTl-BAAin wwiAas- rai rt rvAit
V V XDtl A WIUVIII "ivuci as "
furnished. June to Bept. 1. Tel. Doug.
T307 or call Helen Apartment Office.
Board aid Reese.
FumJehed Rooms that offer sverjr mod
ern convenience and comfort In private
families or boarding houaes of the high
est class will beat be found in the Fur
nished Room column of The Bee. Phone
A LARGK southeast room, suitable for
two; tnM unexcelled; beautiful lawn,
124 Bo. Mth Bt.
WKBSTfcB, 2U1 Walking distance; 15
DODGU, Xdl Table boarders, Harnoy
Modern, suitable for couple. Web. 472.
TWO front rooms with board, single or
together; home privileges. Web. 1691
ELM WOOD PARK suburban home, block
to ear, cool rooms, excellent board;
trees, lawn, home privileges; reasonable.
BEAUTIFUL room, with two exception
ally large closets, tn a Weat Farnam
home; iarga porch and yard; rood board;
yoking men preferred. Harney 49S1.
(-ROOM, completely furnished, strictly
modern bungalow for rent Web. 40U.
If you do not see anything that stilts
you In the way of Furnished Rooms you
can nail at Room 104, Bee Bldg., and ask
for the Free Furnished Room bureau
and wa will gladly refer you o a high
class roomint or boarding house In any
part of the city.
Nicely furnished rooms, close. Web. 5308.
DAVENPORT, 4713, front room, private
1416 N. 20th; private family; reasonable.
ROOM In mod era cottage, for lady; au it
able for companion; walking dlatance;
private home; 16 per month. H. 4fifil.
CAPS, 1710 Modern, close In; 12.00 up.
CASS ST., K20 Nicely furnished. In rood
ern private home; reasonable. H. tSTS.
PF1VATH family, best location, walking
' distance, every modern convenience.
Nice noma for right parties, m N. X2d
St. Phone Douglas E751.
701 8. &6TH ST. Nice, qool, modern, fur
nished rooms; reasonable. Tyler 16ffc.
LARGE south modern room, with board;
private family; tine location. H. Sflftfj
80 SO. " JSTH BT, Also housekeeping
rooms, l&fil Leavenworth. Modern, Car,
NEWtiT furnished rooms with board.
Private family ( walking distance, TaL
SIM CASS Irge, cool, rooms. Porch,
lawn, garage, no signs In windows.
aOS NORTH tlST ST. Large front rooms,
nicely furnished. Waiklag. distance.
HARNEY, 2087 Cool rooms, nicely fur-
KARNAM EKtra nice, large, cool, front.
modern: walking distance; meala If de
sired; Call morning or evnlngw. H.
Furnished HeawkMalas Rooms.
DODGE. K01 Nicely furnished house
keeping rooms, $3.50 per week. H. 60
821 8. 20TH ST. Housekeeping and sleep
Ing rooms; very reaaonabla. D. 7083,
24Z3 DODGE Modern light housekeeping;
SOUTH. t4th 8t, tut. Housekeeping rooms.
llnraralafced Hausekeeplus; . Renmi.
CASS, Mil Nloe. clean, two, three or
four room Reasonable. Car llae.
M SO. X7TH ST.-2 or 3 for houaekeep-
lng; everything furnished; summer
I82S FARNAM Nlos housekeeping rooms,
cTTlTB housekeeping rooms, bath room
floor; built-in china doaets; best loca
tion; walking: distance; )Ii. 230 N. 23d.
Red tm o
DAVENPORT, 2018. TWO OR THREE!
FRONT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
Unf urnUaed stowaaa.
TWO, modern will fumtah. Doug. 179.'
Llfkl Haneekeenlus) Rmum.
624 BO. 20TH BT. Light housekeeping.
Houses and CettaeTe
BEVEN-ROOM modern cottage, 8309 Kher
man Ave. - Phone Young, Web. 1743.
NORTH SIDE, t ROOMS AND HALL, $25.
One blook Z4th St. lines; east front;
.O'KEErT, REAL ESTATE CO,,
1018 Omaha National. , Dougiaa ?715. o
FivE roMim. modem, udulta, $18; good
location. Webster 034.
South half of double brick
-house 7 rooms, 4 bedrooms,
all modem, at lill South. lth
Rt., near Park school, one
block east of Hanacom park.
Tel. Harney lifM.
3012-H Dewey Ave.
Never occupied. Five rooma and aleep-
fporon. Many Duiit-ln oonvcnlrnoca.
thin easy walking distance. Kent U'.M.
AMERICAN StX'URlTy C M PA NT,
Douglas tola. 17th and Douglas.
J23 PACU'IC T. 7-roomy modern, Ji-:
walking distance and rloso to Park
ear; will put in rirat-class condition.
Tyler 1 b. Plate Ban k Bldg.
tVTH AND LEA V KN WORTH.
. FOR ROOMERS.
U-r. , extra modern. $c.
O'KEEFE REAL t. ST ATE CO.,
JOII Omaha National. Doug. J714.
ftt ISRICK. ill; PART MOIX Extra
choice. J1 s. lSth. R itail o
WEST Farnam District, "-room, modern
nouse. ii u. sjtn bt.
$J6 00 e-room cottage finished In oak.
Modern except heat. Klco lawn. South
front $ blocks to csr.
AMFR1CAN SECURITY COMPANY.
17th anj IiuKle. Doujlas fcnu.
. FOR RENT
1 We have a complete list of all Louses
a part merits and flats tbst sre for rent
This list can be seea free of cheiste at
Omaha Van A Storage Co. ftts) s. li HI
fcfcK the Central Furniture Stores. IBkl
Houeea and Cnttasreo,
HOtEj. APARTMENT", FlATS.
$ll.(-A-r., 3K14 N. imh Pt., mod. ex. heat.
ll&.Oo-S-r., 4IJ 8. 27th Ave.
JJ6.0 1-r.t SWI Howard St., modern.
j; 60-g-r., 2d Brietol St.. modern.
$.m.oa-s-r.. S. SMn Ave., modern.
It! IA-4-r, &:! s. th Ave., niolern.
F1.V--r., U7 r.. Jcth ft., modern.
W,iM-rm. Aptnt. In the Harold, 17lh and
V --r.. " 8. lepth tt., modern.
$37 50 7-r. 7n7 s. lttih St., mod.. Janitor
K0 0n 7 -r.. 1(122 Arbor St.. nav. mndarn.
$4.0-7-r. MS S. l(h St., mod., hot and
cold water. Janitor ser.-lce.
tf On--r.. 3i Harney St.. modern, first
class. 4I.S0--r.. rW Farnam ft., modern.
OKXJKUE A OlMPANT,
Phone D.7f. hiarity Nat'l Bk. Mldg.
Wi a 2TH St., -r.. all mod.. $50.
Maaon, -r., all mod., 40.
1433 KTanklln. 13-r., all mod., $S.
19 N. 15tli St.'. -r.. all mod.. $32.
Rl N. 22 it , -r , all mod., $30.
HI a. tun St.. j-r.. all mod . $25.
2.24 Mailf. 7-r., all mod.. $.
17IK 8. 17th St.. -r.. all mod., .
Ml N. ltth St., -r mod ex. heat. r.1.
JW Hatnllton. R-r.. mod. ex. heat, $22.50.
Wi2 Ci-l-aco, 5-r., mod ex. heat. JJn.
2ft21 Emmet, 7-r.. mod. ex. heat. $1.
1012 Pacific. 4-r.. mod. ex. heat, $1R.
2212 N. lth St., 4-r, mod. ex. heat, $11
43 Bee Bldg. Douirlas .
Gordon Van Co.
tl N. 11th St. Tel. D. M4 or Web. 13S1.
Jr "O J Exp. Co.. moving,
. L KGGQ Pk'n storage.
AVVVVA f,o7 Farnam. t. M4C
AIL sices. $1 per month up. 07 Paxton.
SEVERAL. $ to $28. Tel. evea. WaL 1687.
nouses rair,,vgr B,d'-
- "- 4 iaiii, iiivuviii, en,i ii, bvui m
aJ-l ft IdtraTa l--v$ La. KIaaV -am a.
. - aeHBu r uiuva viu van, i
T2n Dlnnpy. WebMpn PW.
FOUR-ROOM cottif for rent, ICa N.
jc rc. Jtnone wmnut i87;
FIDELITY R1&NviAfc FREE
Phone Douslas 3M for Aomnleta Hat ef
vacant houaes and apartmenta ; also for
storage, moving. lth and Jaekaon Bts.
ROOMS, all mod.. Bemls park. H. 204.
, i"OOuu tlmates for roov.
Ing, packing, shipping. 17U Webster St
niovoa, pacxs, snips t s-norse van
and I men. II. 2S mp he Mn n
Bio. Batlafaotlon guar. D. 4338 aV Ty. MO.
tores sua ottl
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevator and Stairs
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent's Office. Room 101.
A nice office in a good location.
make your buslnesg plans auccesaful.
THE BEE BUILDING
THE BUILDINC THAT .
m IS ALWAYS NEW"
. furnishes lust such combinations.
Office Room 103.
MODERN store, Mth St., low rent, near
euviuuin), . r . rferDina.
- GOOD LOCATION.
2S19 N. J4th, 18irS0, mod. ex. turn.. tH B0
oe'ng Xth and Lake, good transfer point
, ..n mr Mima. rwey ailf r . 24tn.
STOREROOM, ail mod., corner mth and
vaiiiurrua rts.. tux notel Bldg.. 185.
B1RKETT A (YIMP4NV
43 Be Bldg. Douglas 633.
WANTED TO BUT
WANTED To buy 240 to $30 acres, west
central or northern Nebraska. Terms.
Address R. T. Winston, Bravo, Mich.
Route 1 a
Tale buys everything td hand. Tyler 14U.
OFFFICB furniture bought and sold. J.
C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. Doug. 6148
Slightly uaed high grade piano. D. $017.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To rent six-room apartment
:husi nave two oearooms; somewhere
between Vth and 40th St. Leavenworth
and Dodge; tnree grown people In family.
Address, J 606, care of Bee.
FARM 4k HAWCH LAXDg FOR fALn.
Live Oak Colonies, none better. W, T.
Smith c., sia-14 city Nat Rk, r. bu
Will exchange Good
California land within 16 minutes ride
of Sacramento City, the stats capital, for
high clasa Omaha Income, good Nebraska
farm. This land is highly productive; not
ordinary trading stuff, and only good
propositions will be entertained.
D. city Nat Bank Bldg.-e
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR SALE?
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City, la., Journal,
lowai uost rowerim want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and .very
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen a -Is oa
twelva different days for 12: or 60 wards.
$4; or 76 words, $.
largest circulation of any Iowa news
pa Per. IfiO.OuO readers dally in four areat
TWO Kansas bargains; one a well Im-
l'iuu to aurea near KepuDllcan City,
Neb., all In corn and wheat; fJ.(" buys
It, Including stock, crop and Implements;
Immediate possession; no trade.
The other 160 acrea, well Improved, near
Kanaaa Cltv, all in corn and oats and
alfalfa; will exchange this for good
Omaha ln xmie. .
W. T. Smith Co.,
D. $81 .
City Nat Bank Bldg.-o
1 RED RIVER VAX.L.EY bargalns-3
acres and $o0 acres adjoining on the
banks of the Red river, with natural
timber surrounding buildlnga; beat of
aoil. Both Improved and under cultiva
tion. Price, $) per acre. For terms and
particulars, write 1'llaiid Land Company,
t'ergua Kails, Minn.
40. 60 OH 160 ACRES, good heavy soil. In
well-settled part of Todd county', Minn. I
good roads, schools and churches; price,
$li to I) per acre; terms, $1 per aore
rath, balance $1 per aura a year Until
land Is paid for; I per cent Interest
1021 Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis Minn.
SMALL MISKOl'RI FARM. i
$6 cash and $ monthly, no Interest er
taxes; highly productive Isnd, close to
three big markets; write for photographs
and full Information. Munger. R. UL N.
Y. Life Bldg., Kanaas City. Mo.
COUNTRY HOME NEAR OMAHA.
tll0 buys a highly improved farm,
consisting of about &t4 acres located on
one of our boulevards out from the city,
only a 4 minutes' ride. Good water sys
tem, small amount of fruit, some alfalfa,
Unvr hay; nice large, beautiful ahade
r and all kinds of shrubbery and
about 1 acres of natural timber, making
a beautiful park. Thie Is an ideal propo
all ton for handling thoroughbred stock of
sny kind. Living spring In pasture,
C. R. COMBS.
CU Brandels Theater Bldg.. Omaha. D. .
feI'it.NLlLi improved uuarior section.
Johnson county, one nilie from town:
lo aires In corn. U acrea in beat, 16
aores In blue grass pasture; ea orifice nrlco
to tiuick buyer; terms can be made. Must
be sold in Un daa. W. T. Smith Co..
City National Bank Bldg. -o
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDB
This seven-room, all modern home. Paved street. 54 feet
frontage. Al taxes paid. House in very best of condition, JvJ,350.
Terms. Located 2214 "Willis Ave. You had better hurry if
you get this.
400 Bee Building.
FARM ILANCH LANDS FOR SALE)
LAND AT AUCTION
NEBRASKA REAI,Tr AUCTION . CO.,
CENTRAL, CITT, NEBRASKA.
FOR SALHV-By owner, two fins fruit
and dairy ranches; a bargain, stop
and sea them on your way to tha fair.
C. E. Folmsbee, Okanogan, Wash.
RANCHES for sals; from. B0 acres to
Z.020 acrea. pneo depending on the Im
provements. Fine hay, cheap graxlng;
one section makes you well off; four sec
tions makes you Independent; fine cli
mate; lsnd from $ia to $22 per acre. C. N.
warier, urant. tteo.
REAL ESTATE LOAJTS
FARM LOANS, 5 PER CENT
TOL.AND A TRUMBUTJ 448 Bee Bldg.
$100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Weed. Wead Bldg., ixth and r'amam eta
CITT and farm loans, t, 6H. 4 per cent
J. H. Dumnnt Co., 415 utate an.
WANTED Oood farm and city loans at
PETERS TRTJST CO., 123 Farnam.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith as Co., 1320 Farnam St
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. if. Thomas, 12 state Bank Bldg.
MONET on hand for city and farm loana.
H. W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. Eaat Nebraska farms.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
101 Omaha National. Phone Douglas $718.
8KB us first for farm loans In eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co., Omaha.
CITT IIAK'H C CI rarlhare
O 11n.1t ttraniUtta Theatae Rid v. i
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LIST real estate and rentals with DON
KLSON R. E. CO., $01 Om. Nat l Bank.
PILES, FISTULA CURED.
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases without - surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write foe book
or. rectal diseases with testimonials. DR.
E. R. TARRY, 140 Bee Bldg.
RUPTURE cured In a few days without
pain. Call or write Dr. Wray, SOS Bee
Bldg.. Omaha. Established la. e
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
A GOOD TRADE .
Will trad Casper, Wyo., lot for ladies
diamond ring .or . A. No, 1 Remington
typewriter and cash. None but Omaha
buyers in this addition, me lot is worm
$100 or more. Taxes paid, no iitoumbranoe.
Address u et. uee.
WHAT have you for good Colorado
Springs residence? Address, A 6fi0, Bee.
FOR Exchange Quarter section eaatern
central Nebraska land. Level, smooth,
no waste, alkali or gumbo. Six miles
county seat Main line Union Pacific
railroad. Want merchandise or Imple
ments. Postofflce Box 718, Central City,
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
4'Q" Street Acres
, Saturday and Sunday,
June 12th and 13th
Q Street Acres lie south of Q street a
r laved roadj and east of the corporate
imlts of Ralston. Is on tn Interurban car
line running Into South Omaha and has
the richest soil In the state of Nebraska
the black loam being from 6 to $ feet In
For garden tracts this land has no
qua!. If planted in cucumbers, celery,
tomatoes and strawberries. It should
yield from i'XiO to $. per acre. It la level
and well drained snd has the advantage
of never having been cropped until four
As an Investment
You surely ought to be able to double
your money In a few years by purchasing
an aore or acres In this well located addi
tion. Pricea: $lTo to $450: terms lib cash
and $10 per month. Warranty deed and
abstract when fully paid fur.
Bring tola ad or a coupon In one of
the circulars we are distributing on Vi
Street acrea. and we will credit you with
$. on the purchaae of any acre or acrea,
If brought to the grounds Saturday or
Sunday afternoon between 1 and ( p. m.
To Get to the
Take Ralston Interurhan car at lKth
and Farnam. Harney, or Howard, or $4th
and N, South Omaha, and get off at Mth
Joseph H. Kopietz
N. 14th ft., South Omaha.
The Byron Reed Co
tii 8. 17th St.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Kountze Place Corner Lot
50124 Ftv-41,350 .
Owner has Instructed us to sell on of
the best corners In Kountse Place, with
paving on both sides all paid. Big shade
trees; in one of the best locations In this
desirable addition, for $1,360. This Is
about $400 less than other corners are
selling for In the sama locality. Sea us
sbout this at once.
HA8T'N18 a- HEYDF.N, 11 4 Harney St.
new, on paved stret and car llns; owner
leaving city. W. iZ. It IB N. 4d. o
REAL wJtATE NORTH SIRE
i u- h
Phone Douglas 4270.
Vestibule. Ilvlrur ruom. dinlns? room and
un room, flniahed In oak; bedroom and
aiienen nnlshed In yellow pine, with
birch doors, bath room la white enamel:
oak floors throughout; two front rooms
nave Deamed cesiings; dining room haa
Plate rail, panel walls, window seat and
bookcases: aim room haa wlnrinwa.
with a S. E. exposure; house la 1U stor
ies, but 3d floor Isn't finished.; could fin
ish 3 rooms; high grade fixtures, guar
anteed furnace, floor drain; lot 40x187)
paved street; location and neighborhood
Is fine; near lSth and Laird Sts.; about
$"00 cash and rest monthly, or lot as
10. McOgue Bldg. Douglas) ItvX
KOUNTZE PLACE SACRIFICE,
Dock at one or two feJ h.r.in. with
us In Kountse Place. Two owners par
ticularly are readv to give a purchaser
a big msrgln If sold now.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Douglas 17S1. Ware Plk.
$ ELEGANT UUNUALOWS
At bargain pricea, 1828 Sahler: -r., being
finished. 1714 Sahler, 6 and dining room
porch; finished tn oak and white enamel.
Something that must be seen to be ap
preciated. Call Owner, Webater 41;.
BARGAIN BY OWNER
A beautiful 8-room, strictly modern
home, In splendid condition; good loca
tion; elegantly flnlahed inside; as good as
new: lame lot: cistern. Prioe tx.700. evil
$51 J Wirt Phone Web. $98 after a. m.
SNAP In Prairie Park district, o-room
cottage, modern except furnaoet blook
from car line: close to Saratoga aahool!
$300 down, balance, as rent inquire M.
U Entires. 1410 Ames Are. Web JIM. o
WILL make a greet saerlfioe on my
'beautiful, new oaK". finish bungalow:
Must be seen to- he appreciated. Call
owner. Webster sw.
THREE (-room houses on boulevard. Just
iinlsned. $ioo down, balance per month.
Inquire at 1030 H. 84th St. for keva. Ail
oak finish and modern. Q. A. EckUa. nr
J. Paul Eckles, o
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
8-ROOM MODERN HOME
1H09 SO. 2GTII ST., OMAIIA'
SATURDAY, JUNE 12TU,
AT 2 P. M.
we will sell at Public Auction to tha
highest bidden on above rfjite nn tha
premises, the above mentioned s-room resi
dence and lot fi0xl4T ft. This home is In
one or lima ha -s beat residence districts,
nice lawn, trees, cistern, garage, paved
streets, house equipped with leotrlo
lights, gas. city water, hath snil tnllet.
Good furnace. An Ideal boms. And will
auaoi'iieiy oe soia on above date to tha
Terms of sale: $100 cash on dste of
sale, to be placed In hands of auctioneer
In escrow till abstract and title has been
found to be merchantable, then balance
to be paid In rash. There ia now an
eaatern loan on nronertv tar II nnO in
about four years, that purchaser can
assume If he so deslrss. .
V.T "ons he does not Wish to ba
published, tho owner of this property
must sell regardless of price offered.
Don't fall to attend this sal.
Sattirdny. June 12th, at p. m. aharp.
JAMFiS 1 1XVVD. Auctioneer
for Dowd Auction Co.
For Auction Sales dates and terms.
Phone Red 22X6. '
South Side Lots
We are nffnrtrter the h-rf w.
In the southeastern part of tha city,
close to the depots, wholesale houses and
manuraciurin establishments: located
on William At., between th and Tth. and
un -no n., nrar -ine. you till find lots
In this part of the rtty are getting very
scarce, and If you want to get a lot In
.,.. r j w ii iiiuiuu aee urn a L onco.
We Will Build
on any of these lots, any ktnd of house
ju uesin-, ana make terms very aasy.
Hastings & Heyden
1.14 HARNEY ST.
7 Large Rooms
No. 1117 S. 33d St.. fine larva W with
beautiful shads and shrubbery; house Is
oiu. out migniy well built snd a delight
ful home. It is the cheapest property
in the district: $1,000 cash required, bal
ance Building and Loan company mort
gage. Don't disturb the tenants, but
make appointment with us to see the
Tyler ISM State Bank ldg
South Side Snap!
or the man who wants a real bargain
In a house, will get it In buvlng this
house at UI B fclu Ht. A t-rooiu. mod
ern except heat house. In good repair,
large tO-foot lot. on paved street and
near stores, school and rar. The owner
of this house needs money and will sac
rifice for a uulik sale. Bettsr see It
Creigh, Sons & Co.
Mi line Hhlg
FOR siAI.K or rent. 1 and -rooin house
BKt-T bonie baiyaln; I rooma, mode
HEAL ESTATE NORTHWEST
From the Viewpoint
Improvement TrnnsiJortation Facilities,
Surroundings, Prices and Terms
There la nothing In Omaha todav
In the ahape of vacant property for
either a home or an Investment that
- .". ran eome up to
Prom $475.00 to
Improvements In and Paid For
Permanently established grades, permanent walks, eoment
gutters, boulevard streets, water and gas. Every lot is higji
and sightly. Street car lino takes you right to tract.
Telephone Douglas 2926 Today
and we will send an auto to tAke you out to see this beauti
ful new residence addition and help you select a lot.
E. P. Wright
Res. Phone. Walnut, erenlngs after 7 P.
RKAL ESTATE MIS4JELLANBOC8
On Easy Fayment Plan
See Thorn Today
On Is a g-room bungalow, brand nsw
and modern throughout, with oak tn
principal rooms. This house only H
blook from car line and In beautiful
Terms, $;)0 Cash and
Monthly Payments to Quit
Tha other Is a large 7-room house, H
block from car line. In beautiful now ad
dition; house Is all modern, with oa
In living room, dining room and gun
room; there Is a large brick fireplace In
the living room and there Is every de
sirable built-in convenience. This beau
tiful heme can ba bought on tha follow
ing terms! .
$500 Cash and
Monthly Payments to Suit
Telephone Walnut (82, ' after 7 o'olook
tonight, and we'll be pleased to send
auto for you to coma and make an In
E. P. Wright "
Residence "phone Walnut Ml
Offloa 'phone Douglas 33M.
Great Sale of
To take place soon.
See us for particulars
Harrison & Morton
ls Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Doug. 314.
Oood six-room house with lot lflu feet
deep. In good neighborhood, on raved
street, all modern. Bargain.
Fhona Douglas Mtt today.
lHS-W W. O W. Bldg.
Fotsr rooms. Modem eatcept heat.
Practically new. One block to car. Close
to park and school.
17th and Douglas.
f'OTJR-HOOM house, almost one acre,
tlth and M. Bargain. Alao 4-room
house lYt acres, on Fort Crook Blvd. City
water, electric ntnt, ciose in. a. vt.
Innea, South Omaha. O
CHAS. R. WILIJ.AMSON CO.. I'axtun
Blk. Doug 1107.
Money to Loan
Have beautiful building lot which I will
furnish the money and build a modern
houaa to suit. Hiivill first imyment. bal
ance ou easy monthly terms.
E. f. W Kl'f it t .
Telephones- bouglas llhl. Walnut tfO. a.
BAIIOA1N 1-room modern encept heat,
east front, paverl street, no Incumbrance.
Reasonable. Call Walnut 2161 o
i"6ll HAI-iB 1-rootn mod. house, on car
line. Call Tyler KM. o
REAL ESTATES SUBURBAN
at Low Price
M.250 buys a well constructed modern
home, located on high, sightly south
front lot 6oxl feet, having exceptionally
large living room, with beamed celling,
brick fireplace, finished in quarter-saw d
oak; attractive dining room; convenient
kitchen and center hall entrance, on flrat
floor; one very large bedroom, with two
clothes closets, slao another bedroom
with up-to-date bathroom, on second
floor; full cemented basement; furnace
heat; email building in rear which could
be converted Into a garage. The Interior
of tills place must be seen to be appre
ciated. House newly painted. IV) not
fall to sea this place If you want a con
venient home for small family. Immedi
ate poaaesalon; key at our office. Terms,
fi.OU) cash, balance monthly Ilk rent.
George & Company
Vj City National Bank Bldg.
Phone lxiuglas 7ts).
VAItIAIV 4jo cash, balance U per
month tor good g-rooro house, South
Omaha; good part town. Pries, fl.bdO.
W. T. Smith Co.
1ty National Bank Bldg.
It FA f j KHTATtWVACANT
Ffl.li lot on N.4th HI , t3)fa"l)irgaTnT
Z&i Ohio bt. Webster DUei.
REAL ESTATE NORTHWEST
$3.00 to $10.00 Cnali and
$5.00 to $10.00 Ter Month.
M. Offloa Phone Doug. $91$ day ttma.
REAL K8TATE iVACANT
UXiK-BA RCA I V -LOO K.
If taken at once, equity In two lota,
fontanelle I'arli Addition. Snap for Im
medtnta rvll w-Kata aui -
Add For Hale R ID
Mayor Asks Firms
to Decorate for
the T. P. A. Parade
In honor of the coming of tha traveling
men, who'wIU hold their naUotaU con
vention In Omaha, next week. Mayor
Dahlman haa Issued tha following
proclamation, asking ail to decorate their
places of business for tha big parade
Tha Travelers' Protective Association
of Amerioa meets In our oity J una 14 to
1. delegates from all parts of tho United
states will be In attendance; tuarro will
be a parade, starting from tha Hotel
Fontenella west, at v:M a. m.. June 14,
I respectfully recommend that the busi
ness men. especially of our city, decorate
their places of business In tha Travel era'
Protective association rolora, hhte and
white; also that Travelers' Protmtlve
association flags ba procured at room 64S.
Rrandels building, for decorative pur
poses. As mayor of "Qraater Omaha" I further
recommend that as Sunday, June U, la
the national flag day of tho Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, that our
national flag ho also displayed on tha
buildlnga and business houses) of tha titty.
BASS FISHING IS GREAT
IN THE NEBRASKA LAKES
Parties coming In rrom th lab coun
try of th sandhill sections of Nebraska,
aasert that bass fishing has never bean
better thannow In the lakes of Cherry
county and south ef Atkinson. The re
cent heavy rains have filled th lake
I bank full, and even with th great mass
of Insects that have bean washed In, It
is asserted that th baas are taking th
lure more freely than during past year.
In moat of tha lakes It la asserted thai
the majority of th basa run from en
to two pounds In weight, with some run
ning as high as four and even fire
pounds. Both black and small-mouth
baas are being caught In great number.
BIG COMMITTEE TO SELL
TICKETS FOR 0. H. S. REUNION
A "booster" oommltte to sell tickets
and rustle out all tha old graduate ef
th Omaha High school haa been or
ganised by th directors of th Alumni
association of th school. Th directors
want to have every class represented In
fore to giro a hearty w a loom, to th
new graduates of 1911 at th annual re
union of th classes at Happy Hollow
club on Monday, June 21.
KooaoBsle system Grows steadily
NEW YORK, June U.-Dun'g tomorrow
While general business gains out slowly,
th eoonomto situation grow steadily
stronger. International uncertainties are
atlll a restraining Influence, yet con
structive rorces multiply, and the absenoe
of speculative axceaae is helpful to sus-
......n, a ' wim. twLw:n ine nest feature or
the week was the government grain re-
tlAe Mlklnl. w. . M
- ihuii-hivu oumimr narveats ni
both wheat and oals. as well as big yields
WL . Will' V C(..
To the nation at large agricultural sue.
i v. mesne more man anyone can calcu
late, and since prosperity of the railroad?
.- ...-,.....,, ni.r. ivu ur inv aise or tne
ArfllM. , . . I. A Mnu.l . d . 1 I . .
Is obviously a most encouraging factor.
- ' w" ii. uiiiiiiii.Mi in ma west In
creases and confidence everywhere
Btrana-lhatta .rMl,,llu . w .
111 j mm maraeiing
of the greet staples will Involve no flnsn-
WIW m 1 1 taVlll.
Funds remain In superabundant supply
for all requirements, and gold Is coming
.ft wh"1 11 "ot really needed, several
millions of ths precious metal again cross
ing the Canadian border this week. These
aiiecie Imports bear a dose relation to
Kuropes purchases In this country and
the continued urgent war demands
though exaggerated In some Irstanoea, Im
part nsw life to manufacturing enter
p. .'V. u. not nor uncommon to hear
of Idle plants resuming or of more ma
chinery being set In motion, and unem
ployment naturally becomes a less seri
ous prohlem as Industrial operations ex
pand. In no other line has the revival
of activity been as pronounced as in
Iron and steel.
NIC W YORK, June II. COirTKB The
market for coffee futures was very quiet
tudsy. but prices ruled generally steadier
In sympathy with the flrinnesa In Brasil
and tha firmer tone of the slock market
The opening was to points higher on
scattered covering and a little local sup
port, and the advance was maintained on
moat positions with the market cloaing
net unchanged to I points higher, bales.
S.U0 t. a., June. 80c: July. .; Beptsrn
ber, ; October. 4 Mo; November. Wo
I eoet)ibr, ): January, lc; February
.Mc; March. .8c; April: TflGe; May. TORo.'
tnot, steady; Wo No. 7, 7o; cantos) No.
Owing to the fluctuations In Rio ex
change on London, very few offers were
reported In the cost and frwlglit market
here from Brasil and those received were
about unchanged on Banto to e points
hiahur oa Hio.
f.lllreis prices In Brsslt were 10 rela
hlglier and the exchange rate showed an
advance of t-Sld.
NEW YORK. June 11. METALS Lead,
tlau bid. fcowlter, not quoted. Copper
strong: electrolytic, H0.nu'M.K. Tin.'
firm, five and twenty-tlve ton lota, tiu.M
tjli.UU. Iron, steady and unchanged.
Rvaporated Apples aad Dried Pralts
NBW YORK. June ll.-EVAPORAT13l
Ar-HLFJi-o net. but steady.
tKIKl FKl ITH-Prunes and raisins,
steady. Apricots and peaches, dull.
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Sharei Eige Vijorouilj on Big-jcit
Demand Since Friday.
RISE BEGINS AT 0PEKTN0
NCW TORTC. Jun ll.-tnclB rose
vtgorooslv tndar on the largest sn1
broadest demand witnessed etiK-e htst Fri
day, when tho market bename buoyant on
the decision In favor of the United State
Weel enrporadon. Th financial com
munity waa plainly disposed to drsw the
meet favorable Inference from Wash
ington's latest communication to Rerlln.
ItA tnn ImIhv - - , ... .
and decidedly at variance with unofficial
' win w.
TWk MM Kamm a 4 L. i , .
. . . - -. . . wn,nt, mil W .
Irsly ohllsated on ssjry realizing for
1 ' " ewny artarwoon a fresh
and more sustained movement lifted tne
market tn kiB,.. n. . .
i f"l mnr "tile. BPSM'laltles les.l-
'"wi-ai flainmg oommon . and pre
IJJdA,.fo, "Jmost 10 points,
while American ffcneltlng gnined I
Var shares lost some of their recent
prominence tn point ef antlvltr. but rer-
ht! Ti;n,..f 1 po,nt' Bthle-
1I iTl Uin,n th record of
. Jfotty? "n.d Pet"-lums shared to
aconalderahle etent. tlnlted States Blecl
tfhn.LU" TtUum t dells;a, ron-
a iY'i'?". pr ent ot whole,
fntll. .J,B "A ,b 'Iway list moved
RZi' .i5o.7,Bt being
e5J?ltln,,r OMo' with ad-
""T -manatod from th most snb-
reiSt-."!,"!"1 "ged Invest
ment Inquiry. Final nrloe wvra frac-
ZJ- M th- cmee
waa active and afrtwig Total
mounted to Ml.Ono shaiiils
tn JL whavnare. wr-re oaalnr. though
I" " "lng to raxnt losr Vuota
h.' atrtklng exception
. additional ImpTrt"?, Ie
Japan was announcct trom
n .too, were a. foi,-1" "Ju"ut,
Alarta ol .! "t- lw. Clwax
ilM Tnhao. " W lw,
saeaoeila atialaa "' ia'JJi 'ii
WIUr7li,J Traeait' l." n
OsaMlaa rlflo ,fj J! 1SH
f ewraotii;::"- JtJ 5 hk
cuiesse O. W. " "i 7J "N
Cie. K. . ' .ZZ I!.. V1 i
tw.d IF:: ::::: "
v-e-ei aM;-::::.:::' , ,r .
xzn r.,ru? i. n ; ;7 : :
I ; ii ft
i".(ioa himZ :n: Tl u, u
Nsttaeal LmJ . i'ii l'
NnrSn k A w... rj .es t at
l.sne V)H 101 10J
.iii. ST, at u n
Hallssaa fslaa & I 'JS 123 15 S
rtn t.kks .'Wu " . 1 ,
?Si. IE & h b
T.i (tempssr ..... . tto lie iSS ,U
Vuf&JFz""t? i'H s-8h
y. staal sre , l ft.NI imu
Wthaah fit "
wsra VBloa " "i'mi "mVml
Srar'"-- S" St
Tom sslw tor (t ga'r'isiVeiish.jeV'''
...Tf'"lYorlt oar Market.
. nST 7??CL J""9 Jl-fONKT-On
call steady; high, I per cent: low, lvfpV,
cent: ruling rate. 1 per cent; W foan 1.
aTlSTrUr c'nt ot!
MKRfNTinrj5 PAPEIt fUJH pv cmt
TIME I .OA kitSteady; sltv-day bills
six months, I psr nt.
ILVER-Bar. 4SS.C; Mexican dollars,
fjN-Oovrnnient, steady: railroad.
OI aad ltoala.
NEW TORK, June 11.- Tl"RrEXTINB3
.asv; machine herro'i. Il'mc.
AAVAMNAVI CI- T., li er-BM..
TINE-Msrket'flrm.' S4-; salss. 5 this."
recelnta. tM l.hla 4 x, :
stocks. 24, bbls.
ruiwiKi-Market firm: sales l.MT bbls ;
receipts, J,75 bbls.; shipments. 1,42 bbls ;
stocks. 54,W7 bbls. tjuoutions: A B
12.7: C. P, .S; M. H.UO; F. H10; G H
f. M.lfi; K Mo; M, M.dS; N, .10; wo!
1670; VfW. H.M. ' ' '
London gtoek Market.
IXiNIXJN. June It. American securities
opened around partly and improved on
moderate buying oln the afternoon anl
closed rteady. There were sovsral snsrk
ing a In American gold bonds.
KII.VF.R Bar. &Sd per ounce.
MONEY iWS per cent. Discount
ratea: Knott bills. a4 per cent; three
montha, ZTi per cent
At London: Copper, spot. tM Ma,'
futures. lls. Tin, spot. 1M; lutures.
W. lsd. 37 17s ..d. Spelter. 110. ,
bttu Ktiltrt T1 if t'i tnlh Kid EllSnf
f;ih ika t'V1etP v.nmi v:n
There's money Bill
ing flour in small
Western towns and
The Bnrr Oak J'lll
& Elevator Co.. of
, Burr Oak, Kansas.
say mat they
cleared teent -fl v
dollars the 4ml S
tuoii ths with a S
barrel "Midget '
larval mill, made
, .. or ine A n s t o -
American "111 Company, ot Owenaboro, Ken
tucky. You See the eost ot msrknUng the
Dour from the big mills Is so hl-h that the
mall mtlllanDsotuie) paoeesity In altnoet
every Weatoru looallty. lhta looal Booosaily,
cuuxuou sua toe inreunan oi una
eH-Oeotatied Retter ries MM
VQtg within the reach ot wlde-aake. red
blooded menot limited means this opportunity
of a lifetime togetlntoan4makeguui,a(4a4iy
BKmey out of the milling bualneaa.
TheMldst'' Marvel solves the community
mill problem, making aa it doe, aouruiug to
aua, tuts w au oarreia nueatpaieat hour easy
ipanaiag ine local luaraot ana hjC I
arouad al a auod profit to tha miller.
The must remarkable flour mill every but If
a whole big sullur Hour Uilli all ooudiu4
Into one oaee. irevioua Bulliliig exiirtan. e
but necessary. K ntoney-iuakor fiuua the
Jnry start. Many already In your stale,
very progressive small tow a and community
must have one. The wklo-awane man gets it,
and luakas the money. Are yoo hel Then
write fur the Btory ,of a WuuoVrful Floup
Hill.1 trial offer, estimates, etc. You'll want
'Mldgt" SiarVbi auU waul It Quick. W rit
ngl-Amrlen Mill Co.. Inc. . .
I024 feurtti U Oweeea, jjj
Y ur. MS) 1
Qiisasaketni Baptosatlaa aa il
lnailmtta Come . iI'LJ H3 P n'4
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at saflaV ...IT
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