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THK HKK: OMAHA. MONDAY. .1 VSV, . l!M..
FOR RE XT
(outri half of double brick
house 7 rooma, 4 bedrooms,
1 modern, at till Houth ma
St . near I'ark school, on
block east of Hanscom park.
Tsl. Harney lit.
-RoOM cotiar. modern ex. ept hf at. X
KASY-to-ktep house on one fluoi ; I ill
I'ark Axe. a beautiful home. roi.ms.
laundry, pantry, He; strictly modem,
gns stoves; lacing Hanscom Park, S'W;
7-ROOM house, large barn anil buildings,
on one acre, S block from car Hue.
suitable for dairy or chicken farm. Vfcl-
Houses anil tot t ages.
NF.W. modern, 6-rooin bungalow. hard
wood finish, built-in bookcases. Jtk7
Wirt ftt loiiglas Hea sonable.
J. C. Reed
Kp. Co., mox'ing,
1J07 Farnam. '14.
Inpr. packing, shipping.
1713 Webstar St
GlobeVan & Storage
Stores, moves, pacJts ships; l-horse van
and J men. II. S per hr. ; storage S3 per
mo. Batls'l action guar. D. 4M8 ft Ty. tHK
Phone PoukIos CSS for complete list of
vacant houses and apartments: also for
storage, moving. 16th and Jackson Sts.
fcEF: the Central Furniture Stores.
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevator aad Stairs
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
Superintendent's Office. Room 103.
VGordon Van Co. E
no n. uth .t
Tel. D S94 or Wob. USI.
ALL sises. $3 per montV uo. 807 I'axton.
ITrmcov Crtlsh Sons ft Co., Be Bidg.
3- room cottage, N. 29th St.
4- room Tpartmenf. Franklin St.
7-room apartment, 2M Franklin St.
All ln flrst-claas condition, nice yard,
! water rent paid by owner.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
644 Brnndels BUI?. Douglas 318?.
1 6-R. cottage, close in. "2t"8 t'hlcago St.
Stores ana Office.
A nice office in a good, location,
make your business plans successful.
HIE BEE BUILDING
"THE EUILDINa THAT
18 ALWAYS NEW"
furnishes Just such combinations,
Office Room 103.
VERY desirable storeroom. 5n7 No. lGth
St.; cheap rent
.122 Brandels Theater Hldff. Pour. InTI.
IsTORK IN WKAH BPILDING.
WEAP, 101 FAKN'AM ST.
NEW modern storeroom, 2622 Leaven
322 Brandels Theater Bldg. Doup. 1571.
WANTED XO BUY
Yale buys everything 2nd hand. Web. 4904.
OFFKICE furniture bought and sold,
C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. Dour. U4
WANTED To buy good grocery and
meat fixtures for our now store. No. 33,
at 3137 Farnam. Tel. Basket Store Office.
Slifintly used nigh grade piaou. P. 8017.
CASH Register Wanted Give description,
number and price. Address, Y 693. Bee.
FARM A HANOI LANDS FOR AI.K
KOR SALE-Sectlon in Weld Co.. Colo..
$.1.75 per acre; no trades; write owner,
Yd Vhle. Lincoln. 111.
320 ACRES very best tormina- land In
northeastern Colorado, $10 per acre:
I'M cash, balance ten years at 6 per cent.
This land is really worth over $15 per
acre. Wheat on neighboring farms has
averaged as high as 3o bushels per acre
for the last ten years.
A. W. Burg
1404 W. O. W. Bldg.
Uvt Oak Colonies, none better. W. T.
Bmlth Co.. mg-14 City Nat. Bk. T). Ml.
HAVB TOU A FARM FOR SALE?
Write a good description of your land
and send it to the Sioux City, la.. Journal,
'Iowa Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and Avery
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month,, giving sixteen al oa
twelv, different days for Ui or GO words,
14; or 75 words. $6.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, 3u0,M readers dally In four great
SMALL MISSOURI FARM.
IS cash and V monthly, no interest or
taxes; highly productive land, close to
three big markets; write for photographs
and full information. Munger. U. 171. N.
Y. Life Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo.
LIST real estate and rentals with DON
ELSON R. K. CO.. 3u) om. Nat l Bank.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FARM LOANS, ft I'EH CEKT
TOLAND TRUMBULL. 448 Bee bldg.
100 TO fio.ooo made promptly, if. L.
Wead. Wead Bldg . lsth and Farnam Sta.
CITY and farm leans, 6, a1, ( per cent
I. H. Dumont A Co.. 418 State Ban4.
WANTED Good farm and city loans at
PETERS TRUST CO.. 163 Farnam. .
WANTKD City loans and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith at Co., l.0 Farnam St
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. II. Thomas, State Bank Bldg
ilG.N t.'Y on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska far ma
O KEEKK REAL ESTATE CO.,
lOlf Omaha National. Phone Doug, as ttli.
EKE us first for farm loans ill eastern
Neb. United States Trust Co.. Omaha.
Rc CITY LOANS. C. G. Ca-.berg,
" i 110-li Brand!s Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
.WANTED A drug store. Will exchange
highly improved lrrlsld fruit farm of
4 acres ln northeastern Oregon. Ad
dress. Y &4. Be.
TO EXCHANGIC for land or city prop
erty, S-l-26c store in a good Colorado
town. Mast get out on account of sick
ness. Address Y-5si, Bee.
RE.iLi ESTATE NORTH SHJE
A BARGAIN if taken at once, modern
4-room house; maple flooring, shade
trees, hearing cherry trees, other shrub
bery; block from car line. Phone Web.
. BARGAIN BY OWNER
A beautiful l-room. strictly modern
home. In splendid condition; avod loa
. tlon; elegantly finished inside; as good as
new;krge lot ; cistern. Prioe 3.70 Call
t fcu u t Tlione cL. ??S0 after a- in.
iFIVE SCHOOLS II
THE BOAT RACES
Twelve Crews Will Take Part in
Rowing Events on the Hud
WISCONSIN CREW DISBANDED
rUiUHKl.EPSIE. N. Y. Junr T..
CnU a.- caMmrn from Atlantic and Pa-
,n.-i iicir u'liuirntw ill ur r
onnuHl tnntrst for the crew chaniplon-
iupa of the lntercollt glate Row Inff asso
ciation. Five universities have entered
eights In the twrnty-flrst annnal regatta
of the naoi-lntlon and twelve crews will
paddle t the starting line In th three
races scheduled for decision. Th east
Is represented by Columbia. Pennsylvania,
CYirncIl and :yraciise while the far went
lint entered the Lrland Stanford untvers
Ity clgl.t, champions of the weaterti
coast. Kor the first tlmo In aome yeara
the middle west U-. without an entrant,
the Pnlverolty of Wisconsin crews hav
ing been disbanded hv faculty edict.
While, the total entry list falls short
of the record established In 1907. when
sixteen crews crmpeted. there will be
twelve eights propelled by aeventy-two
oarsmen In the two and four-mile races
and close contests are expected In every
event. An unusual feature of the re-fc-atta
la the fact that the Cornell crewa,
especially the 'varsity, will paddle to the
tart second choice In the wagering. The
defeat of the 1914 crew by both Columbia
and Pennsylvania last year and the poor
showing made by the Ithaca combina
tions in preliminary races this spring,
hus led to the belief that this Is an off
year for Cornell.
Races Hnd (rnn.
Ji.nlorar.lty Eights-Two miles. 4:15
P. m. Crewn end courses: Columbia.
.No 1: Pennsylvania. Xo. 2; Cornell, No.
4; Syracuse, scratched.
Freshman Kichts-Two miles, 6 p. m.
trews and courses. Syracuse. No. 1;
?.r?elIVNo-. -' o'uniWa, No. 8; Pennsyl
vania. No. 4.
Varsity Klghts-Four miles, :15 p. m.
Crewa and courses: Inland Stanford.
Nn 'olumW.,o. 2; Pennsylvania,
No. 3, Syracuse. No. 4; Cornell. No. 5.
Previous Winners and Records.
VAKS1TY JilGHTS-IOCR MILES.
lw . .
r. 2 .
Course record. "Tn
Cornell winning both. '"In Is, regatta
held at 8arato8a. N. Y.-three-mlle race.
,L?r Winner. Time.
I""8 r Syracuse
Course record. Two races.
JUNIOR VARSLTY EIGHTS.
1914 Cornell HUH
Superseded varsity four-oared twb
mile rowed annually from 1899 to 1913.
Varsity Oerr statistics.
Position. Name. Class. Age. H'ht. W'ht.
Bow K. H. Kemnw...lt7 91 Rio
o .i x., . ., . ... : r :v
j. m xuiiu liflf as
3 O. A. Worn W17 23
4 J. K. O'Brien 1915 23
n R. G. Bird 191G 21
C. Andrus.... 1916 19
7 A. A. Cushing 1917 24
Stroke J. o. Collyer..l917 21
Averagea 22V4 5.11U itiTi',
Coxswain B. C. Janea.1917 21 S.oM 117
Position. Name. Clans Age. H'ht. W'ht.
Bow H. A. Naumer....W!6 20 rt.00 151
2 R. B. Jauss 1916 20 H.0H. 1644
t ir ...
q n. in. innwrnff....Jl(
4 V. C. Sanborn (C.)..ll'.
B W. H. Iiekmann....lfll
W. N. Bratton... . ..1916
7 D. K. Ferrla 1M7
Stroke F. K. W'ormser.1916
Coxawain W. G. Fogg.1916
2j (.004 164
20 t.06Vi lie
Position. Nama. Claw. Age. H'ht. W'ht,
Bow I. W. Hulsman...l915 22 6 01 17i
t F. N. Worth 1916 20 6.01 175
3 W. A. Green 1W 20 .ul 12
4 G. A. Jacomini (O.j.llS 23 .o2 1W)
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
3O0 cash (or acreage or vacant lot), bal.
mo. buys 6-room modern home; near
school, car. Miller park and Fort Omaha.
Phone Web. 4141 Walker. 4510 N. 24th St.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Vacant Lot Bargain
11,500 RESfDENCK LOT FOR I575-36th
Ave., first vacant lot south of Leaven
worth, east side of street: two large oak
trees in front. Ronk, Ml S. 22d St. Doug.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
$90 Per Lot
Seven fine lots on monthly payments.
Small payment down, balance monthlv.
These lots all level and nice, west part
of Council Bluffs, 7th Ave. near 33d St :
close to Omaha car line. Would make
a nice place for chickens or fruit. Each,
'THE BENJAMIN CO.,
Room I. First Nat. Bank Bldg., Coun
cil Bluffs. la. Phone 203.
C. L NETHAWAY for trades. Flor. 276.
REAL ESTATE VACANT
MAKE an offer on fine lot between Man
deron and Laird on 2-d. Web. o9ll.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
T-room.. modem except heat, north 23d
near Sprague. $2,600.
6- rooni, modern, 23d near Laird, price
s-room. on small lot near Nth and Dav
enport. Price $1,760.
s-room, modern, ih and Manderson.
7- room, modern, Jith and Davenport.
Inquire 418 Karbach Block. Phone
4-ROOM house partly modern; leaving
ton; wUi sell at sacrifice. Doug. 6fr).
Bt.'NGAIXW, new, modern, south front,
$3,510; 7th and Dorcas. Patterson, D-2M7.
PILKS FISTULA CURFD.
Dr. E R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
ether rectal diseases without surgical
operation Cure guaranteed aud no
n.cney paid unill cured Write to boog
ct rectal dl"ea.s with testimonial. tK.
E. V. TAItKV. 240 Bee Bldg.
Coxswain J. lloodmsn Wit;
Poitpi' Name. t'lse A
K. K. Rehm inf,
1.. Kegels l17
6 01 1V
6 (v; iv:
Name, flats A
I lit W'ht.
P Poole 7
5 11 tw
ft 02 172
6 tl 173
I ht . W ht.
6 04 1
in; i k4
6 01 17
5. OS'S 1I6
3 - M
Stroke-. A J. Osman. .1917
Coxswain O. 1 .lavne 1S17
PUN N S V I .V A N
1'ositloir. Name. Clas. A
How w. Chickering...i!M
G. Hutler .Ivi.v
3 U 1". Si-ott 1916
l-t;. W. I'eiper, .1r...P'lH
5-R. It. C.irvin
-J. V. Merbk III....19I5
7-1,. Horle 1317
Coxswain W. Foster. .1916
Cleveland to Omaha,
24 Miles an Hour
The remarkable average of twenty-four
miles per hour for the forty-one and a
half hours he was on the road In his
car from Cleveland to Omaha, was re
por'ed at Auto club headquarters nt
Hotel Fcntenellc Saturday, afternoon l y
C. S. Clark of Wakcman. (. He la on
his way n the California eKsitlom,
and was congratulated by local motor
ists upon his fine road showing over
such a distal. ce.
H. L. Andrews of Syracuse, N. Y., a
personal friend of Manager Abrehnm
Burbonk of the Fonlenclle. arrived by
nuto ytsterday snd "stopped off at
Omaha" for Sunday, as so many motor
ists are doing now. He remarked tinon
the size and prosperous appearance of
the city. Ho waa six days out from
Syracuse, and said he had not seen a
wet spot on the Lincoln highway so far.
His enthusiasm over the excellence of
the highway was most pronounced.
Joe Tinker and Tip
Top Player Suspended
BROOKLYN. N. Y.. June 27 -Joseph
Tinker, manager of the Chicago Federals,
and Ralph Myers of the Brooklyn Fed
erals were suspended Indefintely tonight
by President James A. Gilmore of the
Federal league for engaging ln an alter
cation In the second game jthls afternoon
between Chicago and Brooklyn.
In the second half of the eighth Inning
Tinker, playing second base, tapped Myers
for a putotit at second. An argument fol
lowed, after which Myers is said to have
shoved Tinker. The men then exchanged
blows. Other players separated ths two,
who were put off the field.
STANTON SPEED ASSOCIATION
TO STAGE SOME BIG RACES
STANTON. Nel., June 27. (!?rcuvl.)
The committee in charge of the Stanton
Speed association plans to give Stanton
county one of the best shows ln the way
of racea ever given in northeast Ne
braska. To date Secretary Parr has se
cured eighty-one entries for the races, and
before the races, which will be held on
July 2 and 3, the number will reach
near to the 100-mark. Entries have been
made for horses from Hemmlte, Cal.;
Jonesvllle, La.; Denver, Colo.; Chicago,
lit.; West Lake, Wis.; Mount Sterling.
III.; Fayetlesvtlle, Ark., and other cities.
Four horses arrived Monday from Hutch
inson, Kan., and there are several local
racers on the track here now that hare
been in training for several weeks and
have been making splendid records. Be
sides the horse races, there will be a
large motordrome in town where motor
cycle races will be held each evening
after the horse races. A large carnival
company will be in town all week. Three
big brass bands will furnish music. Each
evening a gorgeous display of fireworks
will be given. The committee Is expect
ing crowds' to exceed any ever In Stan
ton at sny time.
Dinner Dance Ends
The annual hayracl outing of Tree
Kadelka culminated Saturday evening in
a dinner and dance at the Seymour Lake
Country club. Those present were:
Ralph Campbell Ralph Camptwll.tr.
Phillip Downs Hubert fJdwards
Frank Campbell Robert Wiley
Perry Singles Russell Larmon
Robert I ngerson J oh n J en k Ins
Foy Porter Walter Johnson
Wallace Shephard Herbert Davis
Guy Beckett KIs worth Mosher
Donald Hall Carl Kelwitte
Helen Ingerson Catherine Gould
Gertrude Porter Alice Rustln
Mildred Todd Gladys Robertson
Doris Barry Marion Webber
Marjorie Cavers Helen Shephard
Ruth Anderson Martha Falley
Dorothy Larrnon Dorothy Cams
Grace Hart Caroline
Ruth 8tors Holmqulst
Catherine Krug Dorothy Hypol
BY ENTERTAINING FRIENDS
A birthday party was given by Vernon
Sandwall yesterday afternoon at hta
home, 816 North Thirty-fourth street.
Those present were:
May Wilson Eleanor Leigh
laabe'le Gratx Gladys Gustafson
M. Kirkpatrlck Ruth Croach
Dorothy 1-elgh Ingrid Sandwall
Norman Bwanson Herbert Nelson
Fred Hchmidt Roy Rubert
Joe Davis Glen Malm
John Gustafson Charles Crowley
Marion Gratx Vernon Hands all
Stanley Melander '
TWO PAPES INJURED
WHEN MEET FILINELLO
Jim Pape. lol Pouth Fifty-sixth street,
and Frank Pape, same address, were
considerably roughed tip with pistols
last night when they met Pam Fllinello,
1023 Pierce, with whom they had previ
ously quarreled. Jim Pape was shot
through the hand and the other Papa
was beaten- with the clubbed pistol.
7h Italian is undtr arrest.
The C lerk Gsarsalttl It.
"A customer cam into my store the
other day and said to one of my clarka.
'Have you anything that will curs diar
rhoea?' and my clerk went and got him
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
snd Diarrhoea Remedy, and said to him,
'If this does not cure you, I will not
charge you a rent for it.' 8o he took It
home and ram hack In a day or two and
said he was cured." writes J. H. Berry A
Co.. Palt Creek. Vs. Obtainable eery
, w liere Ad ei tlsement.
- V. H. ninescr.... .. .1!f
'-C. H. (Tim I'M
." - A. II. M. Kun l'"17
stroke -R. Maurer PUT
! AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Police Enforce Cloing Order nnd
Keep Strict Tab on Saloons
LOOK FOR NO MORE OPPOSITION
Night Csilaiti Anion Vanous. now In
charge of or,v in t X i 2. Is making a
big Mt on the (.outh side. Willi Captain
Ttrlggs In charge of th- dv .-Ule. tle two
officers have prnctlmlly closed the town
! Venous, as nlisht rsplaln. began by Ke
ltic atrlrt oiilt rs to a'l rs'lioenien. to see
ths the anloons were closed at the
proper hour. A few saloonkeepers
waited to be told snd Vnnous told thent.
t4ist nlsht wnr po.-l lv the tightest Sat
urrtny nluht ever sern In South Omaha.
The police. s well as the litlrens, are
plessed with the hnnc. Mnny of the
! ssloon men arc sid to have expressed
Jthemselrs It n similar vein. It Is ssld
'that A'.imr.m will le commlstoned n- ,i
captain in a short tire, thus making
four captains In the regular department.
Th. new nuto rmtrol Is Ividly needed
and will lir put In commission In a dsv
or two. It l suid. John Jnckman. pres
ent pstrol -ondiii'tor. will be the inn
ducfor cn the row wnon. The telephone
system will be chnnred so thst all pa
trolmen will report directly to the mi
Think Opposition la titer.
Treasurer P. J. Martin of the defunct
city government slated yesteiday that
he would turn over his hooka and in..nry
as soon as the court order arrived Mon
day morning. 'Km soon as the banks are
open for business, I shall be glad to re
lmoulsh the monies in ivy posse salon ti
such officers us are anthorised to re
celve them," said Mr. Vartin yestcrdny
evening. It Is understood that Mr. Mar
tin and his deputy. H. K Oustaveson.
will remain In charge of the local office.
Tt Is also ald thnt the office force will
Attorney It. C. Murphy stated yester
day that as far as he knew the oppo
sition to the merger was over. Tt was
stated, however, that Attorney Winters
would endeavor to obtain a supersedena
writ from the supreme court before Men
day In order to delay the mergr. Attor
ney Murphy appeared to know nothing
of such a move and expressed the opin
ion that It was a mere rumor.
"tryker Back Home.
Becretary A. F, Ptryker of the Live
Ptork exchange returned home yesterday
after several days In Washington, where
he represented the local live stock In
terests In their fight ngalnst the pro
posed Increased rates on live stock to
the Omuha market.
Wjness Goes Snath.
James "Jim" Wyness, one of the oldest
and most widely known cattle buyers of
the wst, left yesterdsy evening for
Oklahoma City, where he goes to take
up hts duties as cattle buyer for Morris
Co. at that point. Wyness la known
throughout the west as one of the beat
Informed cattle men on the market. He
has been In th employ of the Hammond,
Omaha, and Morris people for the lsat
twenty years. Psrt of the time ha spent
ln St Joseph as head cattle buyer there.
Later he returned to the Omaha market,
where he remained until the present
change. He will be succeeded here by
Leon Strawwhecker. his assistant, who
will become head cattle buyer for Mor
ris & Co. at this market.
Oklahoma City market.' to which Wy
ness goes. Is the big Morris station.
Market Leads C'nanfry.
South Omaha leads all the markets of
the country in aheep, and, in fact, leada
in all Mve stock receipts with the ex
ception of a very slight margin, which
Is credited to Chicago. The present
week's receipts at the local market were
23.000 better than a week ago, and 24.500
better than a year ago. The total was
Tha flva principal markets showed a
total of 136.000, as compared with 123,000
head last week nnd 146,000 head a year
Superintendent N. M. Graham's name Is
being persistently mentioned as assistant
superintendent of the Greater Omaha,
school system. At present Mr. Graham
Is superintendent of the South Omaha
schools at a salary of 3,000 a year. He
has still a year to run under his former
contract. Since the merger there has
been talk of his remaining as superinten
dent of tho South Omaha system, but
It Is understood that some of the board
members do not look with favor on tha
continuation of a divided authority In the
scnooi system, and the proposal Is mads
that Mr. Graham become assistant super
intendent. Bluffs Man Is Hart.
Thomas Davenport, colored, was rHcked
up yesterday evening at Thirty-third and
Q streets suffering from concussion of
the brain. He was rushed to the Bouth
Omaha hospital, where City Physician E.
JJ. Bhanahan attended hfcn. Davenport
lives at loll Eighth street. Council Bluffs.
Over the telephone the pollca of that city
, told Captain Vanous that Davenport was
I a police character. The back of his hetd
was cut and he told the police that he
had been hit by a brick during a family
row In Council Bluffs yesterday.
Mark Lard la (Moras:.
In the flva grest provisions markets of
the country there are now S6n.ooo.oni)
pounds of meat and by-products waitlnif
an outlet. This Is 86 per cent mon thsn
was In storage a year ago. There are
now 300,000,000 pounds of lard in storage,
ss a gainst 200.000,000 pounds a year ago.
Austria and Germany are the principal
markets for the lard and the embargo
laid by the allied powers has glutted the
market ln this country. The provisions
stored at the Omaha market run m pro
portions maintained In the five markets.
Mack Meat fttolea.
Armour A. Co. have Just unearthed a
meat stealing system that has been going
on for more than a year. It Is said. Two
men have been dismissed from the plant
and an Investigation la now on- The sys
tem has to do with the Issuance of alleged
bogus meat books, which were circulated
and sold for money. Meat was being
carried out and sold to different houses
In Greater Omaha. The packing Iioum
officials have placed the matter In the
hands of the police.
Pretty Garde Parly.
A very pretty garden pa,rty was given
by Mrs. William Moltxon, 101.1 North
Twentieth street In honor of Misa Kthel
Kinney, who Is to be one of the Sep
tember brides. Covers were Isld for
eighteen guests and a dainty luncheon
was served. The colors were pink snd
green and were very prettily carried out.
Thons Invited were: Mesdames John
Duff. Reggie Waller, Robert Crooks. Ray
Casteele, R. H. Robei-tson, Harry
Thompson, Csrl Anderson, M. HI Smith.
A. Porter, William Molt son. O. F. Merrill
and Miss Kthel Kinney, all of South
Omaha; Mirs Rose Thompson, Mrs. Joe
Kaston, Mrs. E. McNh kal of Omaha, Mra.
A. J. Smith of St. Joseph, Mo.
Ostsrlon I lib .Mattes. f
The Cent'Jrlon cluh will give a shirt-
wnKt rsily In 1 1 -l( club rooms at Tweo
jty sixth snd I' stirrtr T.mrsdav evening..
I .lull I.
I Tlie t'cnturii ti hsse b.xll lenm wlii. h
)'ss not let Leen defeated will i'v to
i?ni. to.'s.. The flrM asoii- will !o
I I laved with the omalis Gn Co, si
ITwentv fourth aud Vinton si 1' eioek
I Tha second game wHI be pisved al
iTInrtv jixi, nn. k Creels r. It i the I,
!i. .l Mi r. hauls.
Son Ik Side l,ali.
Hi -an . Nixon liss left ,o spend sexeisl
weeKe In the oimti y
i l.est.-r Miirphx suffeied tin los of hl
I ai'toM'ohlle while uplow n Vstelda
l-'ol llenl St'ini-nvMIl modern hnnl
!.W North T'xotity.sex-rntli street. South
t.'.-irl l,x mil l.ituilv lease Hi morn
ing lor an unto trip l I.ik k l.uid. III
All VerTmlt h I'ln'ry has r. turned
homr sflei i three ,.(k ilv vuh
, Irlendf In Cl'ti-aise.
Tivo imi:i'm-,I seres. -lern lno.1 emn'l
imiiMlhl Km ex. will Hade for ool alto.
A. Joins, oinli Oimilia
t 1'ilti'lpal S W. Moore ssvs lir ex
perts that the high m lo-.d will n-ive an
i Increase of :0 new uplls mult r Ine
tiiii'ilin. Inntttre on the ire.nl'S I'm
nlshed or not to suit Nice neighborhood.
hl'-c h. wn and garden.
i T P. Sullivan left vestetdav lor a trip
! to the Mltin.'ootM lakes Mrs. Sullivan
( nnd the children will lenvc in n few ilays
for the same place.
: Nine room houte for Pile or rem. im ,
J North Twetttj -third street, Sout i t'nirihi.
I Phone South 1124
i Mr and Mis. C. M lsy. IrtiJ .North
I Twentieth street, have r turned :mm a
: two weeks' trip to Grand lala.it. At
I llanee. Senera and Scott' Itluff.
Office (.pace fir rent In flee of l,--
' N street. Terms reasonable. Well known
j location. Tel. South S7.
t'oninilsloner John Drexcl is ss,d to
I have unofrtclnlly informed the local busi
ness men that his street sweepers woniT!
, he on the ,tob lu re In the next few days.
Kev. U Arlender will speak Hits after
nn at the First Preshyterlsn t liurrh.
The services will begin rt 3 o'clock and
there will bo e program t f special musl .
K. IV O'Siillivan. who has been III for
some weeks. Is able to lie about sgalu
Mr. OSulllvan wns confined to his lied
for seven weeks with inflammatory rheu
matism. I Superintendent of .Malls Lew Etler Is
busy Installing new mad boxes ou Twen
ty-fourth street. V hen these boxe;. have
been installed the mall car will "pull" the
boxes on every trip.
l'prhurch lodge, No. I, Degr, e of
Honor, will hold a special meeting Nfon
day evening at the Ancient Order of
Vnlted Workmen temple. All Members
are requested to be present.
Charles Chaplin In his new two-reel
coined v will please south alders todav at
the Hesse theater. A big Lubln produc
tion Is also announced for todav The
Hesse with Its new Westinghnuse osrlllat
tng fans is now as cool aa a sky dome.
At Benson Church
At the Presbyterian church in r.cnson
next Friday evening, the people of tho
town are to be permitted to listen to a
musical rrogram In which a Inrg num
ber of tho local musicians, both xvcal
and Instrumental, will take part. The
"I.a Regatta Veneilsn Llsst
Miss Bdna Taylor.
Chorus The Heavena Are Telling
"Sing On" Ik-nsa
Miss Alice Johnson.
Violin yuartet: Miss Freda Iaustlan,
rellx Stlrk. Miss Julia Stsnlcka,
Mrs. Thletn, Accompanist.
IS) "Three Roses Red; Norrls
b "Peace" Hawley
The Dream Angel" Schuli
fantnsle Impromptu" Chopin
a W.!"" Edm Taylor.
A Birthday'... Woodman
M,M Callat Kerr.
Ave Marie' P.undmagol
or. a r v''-"n Quartet.
Bedouin Iv, 8ng'' Tlnsutl
y,, Arthur McClung.
Soldiers' Chorus" Oounod
STEEL TANK MEN TO MEET
IN OMAHA DURING OCTOBER
A. N. Raton, proprietor of tha Nebraska
& Iowa Bteel Tank company, has re
turned from a conference with the execu
tive board of the National Association of
Galvanised Tank Manufacturers, of which
lie Is president. The annual convention
will be held In Omaha during October.
He also attended the meeting of the
United States Metal Culvert association
and he was elected chairman.
While ln Kansas City ha was enter
tained by Charles R. Butler, president of
the Kansas City Commerclsl club.
Omaha Good Town
To Como Home to, j
Says Mr. Johnson i
"omaha looks h'ltri limn ever to me.
after seeing other parts of the country."
said E. I,. .Ii.l n.. n. msnncer of the Csy
ety (henter. xt hen he tetuined xesterday
fioin s w e ten. scstloii tilp
"Anxhody who visits othei cities will
appreciate note than ever tee etaMlHy.
prcsiM-rltv 'Mnl i omi nr.itlM-lv excellent
conditions of nil i.lmls thst pt.vall in
Omaha" he led " helher from i
limine, point of ten-. or r - to climate
and wcMhor. or eon-lil-r!n the Bcnoml
sttitcile and s: t o-fm Hon of ti e pcopl,.,
oiniiha ranks flist and is certainly a
fine city to come home to.''
Van.'iget .lohnsi n m ule a xisit to !ii
mother, w ho lives nt Phoenix. Arm.. i o -ered
tin 1'nnnma Pacific exposition ni
S.tp l-'i met'- o nnd dipped Into Mexico
at .luari'T. icto.s the Itlo Ginniic f i om
The two latter titles impressed hint
with Hie marked difference between Hi"
I n ted t ite, and Mcxu-o. tho sti'.inlor.
sinrvMlnn ls.liie-s. . In k of ln.trove
iuent. and protn sx at .lillrCJ! being dc
plortMe. He said that hull flwhts were
the principal entertainment there, and
that the admission fee was It ,', Annul
can iiioiipi . or IW Mexican.
He will remain In Omaha for the bal
ance of the summer, sr.i will open the
'lately Into in August.
Howell Says He Is
. In Need of Assistant
I "Police court work" has foo(e,l the
Omaha division of the federal court more
I and more during the last tw o years, and
hns now reached eucn a title that I nlted
States Attorney- Howell has advised tho
attorney general that an assistant at
torney la needed here.
Thia so-called "polled court work" is
due to new legislation, si.ch as the In
terstate shipments law, the migratory
bird law. the Mann act, tiie "dope" law.
Theae laws have resulted In- taking
up the lime of the federal tribunal with
such crimes aa the stealing of a bug of
wheat frim a box car, the shooting of
mud hens snd the smoking of opium.
Rent rooms quick with a Bee Want Ad.
Andrew Traynor. former general bag
gage agent of the Union I'aclflc railroad,
la making steady progress toward re
covery from the operation he underwent
three weeks ago. He waa removed from
the hospital to his home, SMS California
street, a week ago. His will power and
cheery confidence offset the handicap of
years and are telling ln his favor.
No matter how lonfj you have been
tortured and disfigured by itching-, burn
ing, raw or scaly kin humors, just put
a little of that toothing-, antiseptic Res
inol Ointment on the sores and the
suffering stops right there 1 Healing
begins that very minute, and in almost
every case your skin gets well so quickly
you feel ashamed of the money you
threw away on useless treatments.
Rnsinol Ointment sad Raainol Knsp clasr sarar
pimple, rtdncn, rousliasu and dandruff. Sold by
allaruffiats. Coauis as harsh or injurious drugs.
Friction free.' zero
TQ) ,P T
t r J- - w j WbUII
It costs less to use a good oil
because you pay for poor oil in worn
machinery, depreciation and engine
Polarine reduces the cost of oiling.
Standard Oil Company
HIMSELF AT 40!
I'eath by slow poison is killing many
s ins 'i, oun in yeni", who has insdn
le fstHl mislsKe o falling lo unrter
sis'ifi the Msinlims of kidney trouble.
When tour klilnevs hegm to leg III
throwing off nsturnl poisons thai ac
cumulate In your body, the first wsrn
lni come In little tw-mges, or atlffness
across your back n. hips. Irlnatlort
iua- he too fr,.!ieit. von mav feel
"tired'' in the morning when you should
feel om best.
T''e lies: known retnedv for these
troubles s ilnl.li MI'.li.M, llaarlem oil
t'lipsules This remedy has stood thr
tei foi mo- than 200 years since It
Whs first produced In the ancient labor
atories In Ha.iibln. Holland. It nets d'
recllt op the klilnevs nnd bl;v!der nnd
gives telief si once, or .our money will
he refiin. le I. linl i MKOAI. Ihinliem
I'll t'iipsiies sre imported dlrei t ft on
HoiUnl. nnd can he had anv drug
stoic e j.'u -. :,n,. and 11.00 r-
i cpt fl substitutes.
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