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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1915)
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No. 8M. 514 Modern rooms. roiir. 1T
BOARD AND IIOOM In private horns
for two. c.U Wbatr 7f.
NICEL.T furnished room; cloas In; all
inwlfrn. Ml 8. Kd Pt. '
TtlK M1LI.KK HOUSE, HCS St, Marv's
At., axrellmt rooms by day or week:
In fin location: handy to business dis
trict. Doufla 4R01
HARNEY BT., 2631, rlassv room, new,
white furniture; suitable for three; $1.50
per week; private home. Harney 81!.
t'L'RNISHKP room for a-entletnan, cloaa
In. 8?4 f. 21at St.
FOR RENT Furn. rm. with food family.
Will make a reasonable rate to refined
lady. TU Iiard St. Walnut MO.
NICELY furnished room; closa In; all
modem. Ml 8. t?d St.
MASON, 2815 Two modern rooms, en
suite, furnished complete. Harney 4U&
MODERN, newly furnished rooma, first
and second floor. 1U8 N. Zlat. South
Omaha- Phone South 3725.
NGWLI furnished room
family; modern flat.
LARQB nicely furnished room In private
family; close to car; It) minutes to post
office; will rent reasonable: board If de
aired; references. Web. 7!4.
JACKSON. 2717. beautifully furnished
rooma. with or without board H. 7.H.
ORAY8TONE HOTEL H23 Caai; every
modern convenience: rates rensonaMe.
FURNI8HED room In all modern home,
with breakfast, welkins; distance. 702 8.
28th St Phone Tyler 2524.
furnished room. In private
strictly modern. H. 1SHS
room in private home.
117 S. 25TH fT. Light housekeeping and
furnished rooms; no children.
N. 21st, 604 Nicely furnished sleeping
room In modern brick flat, suitable for
8 gentlemen; close In. Dousr. W13.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished room suitable
for private family. H. 812.
MODERN room suitable for two. V. M2.
2214 DOUGLAS Newly furnished rooms.
Furnace heat. Dose In. Red
Vmt aratehed Rooma.
FIVE rooms, upstairs. 2014 Hoctor Blvd.
ALL modern; 1817 North 19th street. Ap
W DAVENPORT TWO OR THRBB
NICELY FURNISHED HKPO. ROOM 9.
NEW BRICK FLAT.
H oases and Cottaa.
SEVEN ROOM8 2427 Charles, $18. Phona
$14 6-ROOM cottage, modern except fur
nace. 2519 Blnney. Call Web. 2174.
$30 SEVEN rooms and bath, all modern,
2624 Manderson St. Web. 8205.
ELEGANT 6-r. cottage, modern except
heat. Apply 3210 Hamilton Pt.
FOR RENT 6-room house, all modern
conveniences, V4 block to car. 4613 N.
SMh St. M. A. Past, 4518 N. 38U St
Phone Colfax 1173.
26 Bristol New, mod., bunaralow, $27.60.
FOR KENT Beautiful modern resi
dence, T rooms and bath, pot watt
heat targe garage: at 8950 Florence
Blvd. Pnone Colfax 3880. .
6-room. all modern. 1P07 Lothrop. 822,50.
WALKING distance. 2638 Dodge, 8-room,
modern. $25; key, 2640; call Web. 4875.
WALKING distance. 2638 Dodge, 8-room,
modern, $26; key, 2640; call Web. 4875.
Nice 8-room house, modern except heat;
storm windows; arranged for two fami
lies if so denlred; rent $22. 2511 Corby St
Tel. Web. 7882. '
eEVEN and five-room housea; modern;
walking distance. Douglas 69.
8-ROOM s)use, strictly modern, hot
water heat $30. 2716 Burt St.
DANDY 6-room modern cottage, 33d and
Decatur, $18. Turklngton. 617 Bee Bldg.
6-ROOM cottage, 4 lots, near car and
school. 4244 Fort St
6 ROOMS, modern . except heat. 2611
Caldwell; $16; adults only. Web. i7.6.
-R. cottage; mod. 1031 S. 81st H. 925.
2706 HOWARD South front house, mod
ern, beautiful Interior: metal weather
stripped windows, oak floors and finish.
7-KOOM house, strictly modern, with
garage; splendid neighborhood, 8u32
Marcy; $30. Call Harney 27US.
STRICTLY modern, J-r., Hanacom Park,
cottage, oak floors, $25. Tel. Har. 4&.
s-K. modern cottage, Jij. fei. Mar. IJb.
T-ROOM, modern, 969 Poppleton Ave.
MODERN T-room house, ltd Park Avtn
$30. Phone Harney 1666.
li'7 PARK AVE 9-room mod home, $J4;
garage extra, tearey Cleaning Co. H. 7307.
OOM cottage. 1U 8. 28th St. 815. Water
8-R. house and sleeping porch. H. 3S24.
Fine modern home, practically new,
prettily decorated, good woodwork,
easily heated, good location, near car
lines. Inquire 712 Park Ave. Harnwy 1241.
6-r. house, mod. ex. heat. 890 8. 21st
FOR RENT 7-room house all modern
except heat. 1721 8. th St.
STRICTLY modern cottage, large yard,
fenoed In, $18. 2419 So. 24th. Call 2411.
FOR RENT 7-room modern bungalow,
mahogany and white enamel finish,
tiled bath, oak floors, 3 blocks cross town
car. 1619 So. i6th Ave. Phone Red 8621.
DUNDER 7-room house near car TeL
D. 423 or Walnut 3317.
$20 t-room modern house, Vi block from
car, 9bi Jones St. Call Harney law.
A VERY choice flat. 6 rooms and bath,
modern, ground floor, close to crosa-
town and Leavenworth car lines, bee
owner. 646 . 27th St.
8-ROOM cottage, rent cheap to small
family; modern except heat; newly
painted and papered; storm windows.
Call Webster 1346 or 8120 Corby St.
Sous N. 2hth Ave., fc-room house, $10.
Stores, moves, packs, ships: 8-borse vas
and t men, II 16 per nr.; storage $: per
mo. Batutaotion guar. D. 4:jk .1- Ty. :'itt
FIVE-ROOM cottage. S346 61at St.
ENTIRE downstairs, 5 rooms, nice house,
private entrance, good neighborhood.
$14 Webster frfi-iO
$18.802220 Clark, 4 rooms.
$14.002222 N. Hth, 6 rooms, toilet.
814.001606 N. 20th. 4 rooms, toilet.
$16.00216 Seward. 5 rooms, barn.
$26.00218 N. !th. 8 rooms, bath.
$36.00 tfot St. Mary's Ave.. 12-r., mod.
$46.00-3310 Davenport, 6-r.. mod., new
RTNOWALT. BRANDEI8 THEA.
$16 6-r. cottai-e. bath, 2107 Ohio.
6-r. cottae. 3302 Frur.klin.
lg.r. cottage. 1S13 N. 33d St.
$18 6-r. cottage, bath and gen, SiKi 8. 29th
$2o Nice 6-r. cottuge on full lot. 1412
$- 8-r. modern. lfl Wirt.
IrUO 8-r. modern. 830 S. 2th (Geo. Ave.)
W. H. GATES.
847 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
Phones D. 194. Web. 2i8.
Gordon Van Co.50sS
C$ N Utb St
Tel. D 384 or Har. 1HT.
SEE the Centra! Furniture Store's FREB
ran and Storaae
Co. Call ua for ea
rns tes for mov-
ckiag. shipping. 171$ Webster ot.
8-ROOM modera bouse, 1686 Georgia Ave.,
tXI Evans, 7 rooms, rent $.
4118 N. 2ih St., 6 rooms and sleeping;
porch, rent $30.
W. 8. FRANK,
phone Doug. SHOO. joi Neville Blk.
Ilnniaa Crelgh Sons Co., Bee Bldg.
nouses Jn .J, p.rt, of rtty.
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8-ROOM mod cottage. 811 B. Wh. R. SVI.
FOR RENT PeelraMe 8-mom cottage,
modern excent furnace and bath, on
car line, 10 minutes' ride of Omaha Rent
reasonable. Ave A, Counrll Fluffs.
tores 4 Of flee.
FOR RENT Corner room. J?1flO. In
county seat town; best location In city
and rent reasonable. Addres Temple
Craft Association, Aurora. Neb.
A ROOM for location for first-class bar
ber shop loth and Harney. City Hotel.
MODERN STORE, near postofflce;
rent. O. P. StebMna, 1810 Chicago.
WANTED TO BUY
OFFICK furniture bought and sold.
C. Reed. 1207 Famarn. Doug. 814a.
Strictly high grade piano Web. 87ML
Yale buvs everything Id hand. Web. 4004.
HIGH EST prices for old clothing. D. 4714.
WANTED TO RENT
NICELY furnished, well heated room.
close In. preferably with private fam
ily. F. 2S7. Bee.
FARM A RANT!! LANDS FOR IALB
40. go or 160 acres good, heavy soil, well
settled part of Todd county, Minn.;
good roads, schools and churches. Price,
1S to 10 per aire. Terms, $1 per acre
cash; balance i er acre a year; 6,i0
acres to select from. Schwab Eros., 1128
Plymouth Bid;.. Minneapolis, Minn.
$5 DOWN. 85 monthly, buys 40 acres good
land; some timber; near town; price
$2M. Other bargains. Box 4a-V, Carth
160 ACRES of Silas Learning's estate for
sale. For further Information, Jacob
Penn. Walthlll, Neb.
MY HOME farm. 80 acres, Sarpy Co.:
lays fine; 86.UU0 improvements; half
mile to town and accredited 12-grade
school; 18 to Omaha. Price $16,000. $7,000
cash. 80 acres, Douglas Co.; lays fine:
8MW Improvements; three miles to Elk
horn; 14 miles to Omaha, 2 miles to
paved road and Lincoln highway. Price
$14,800; $10,000 can run nine years, 5 per
cent. Smith Hlnea, Springfield. Neb.
FOR SALE Eighty-acre farm. In culti
vation, at Decatur, Burt Co., Nebraska;
owned by widow lady who Is compelled to
change climate. Will carry $2,600 on the
land at t per cent Interest. Address P. O.
Box No. 868, care Tribune, Heatings, Neb.
40 acres of Jacob Penn's estate 8 miles
eaat of Walthlll, Neb., at $110 an acre;
Jood farm land: all under cultivation,
acob Penn. Walthlll, Neb.
UNIMPROVED 210-acre stock farm in
Douglas county for $80 an acre. Address
Y 126. Beo.
40 acres of Jacob Penn s estate 8 miles
east of Walthlll. Neb., at $110 an acre;
?ood farm land: all under cultivation,
acob Penn. Walthlll. Neb.
200 ACRES good timbered stock farm,
well Improved, easy terms; 2ty miles
from county seat Write for full Infor
mation to Miss Rosa Steflta, Route L
160 ACRES raw land to break In Keith
countv, 8 miles from Ogalalla. If ln
tereated write A. A. Grler. Klngsley, la.
. .. WUooaala.
UPPER WISCONSIN Beat dairy and
general crop stats in the union; settlers
wanted: lands for sale at low Slices oa
easy terms. Ask for booklet 84 on Wisoon-
sin central tana uranu Hxoeiieni isnas
for stock raising. If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchards.
Address Land and Industrial Depart. So
Line Hallway. Minneapolis "Aiua.
. HAVB YOU A FARM FOR SALE? .
Writs a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City. la.. Journal,
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-fivs words every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
f,i ona month, aivtnsr slxteon ads oa
twelve different days tor $2; or W words, j
H, or woras, so.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
psper, 2UJ.0U0 readers dally la four great
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead RidK.. ISth v Farnam Bts.
CITY and farm loans. I. thi. per cent
J. H. Dumont Co.. 418 State Bank.
A "For Sale" ad will turn second-hand
furnlturo Into cash,
WANTED Good tartn and city loans at
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1 Farnara.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas 2 Stat Bank Bldg.
OMA HA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE KEAi estatu. -:.
Omaha National. Phone Douglas ml
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg.
flCL CITY LOANS, O. O. Carl berg, tig
18 Brandeis Theater Bldg-
KKAL ESTATE FOK EX CHANG H
VBKT nicely located income property,
worth $40,000. for exchange for N. B.
Colo, land; mortgage, $7,000; equity, $U,
(00. Want clear land. B. 407, Bee.
FOR SALE or exchange, two lots in Van
couver, British Columbia. Address P
DENVER property for exchange. Seven
room, one and a half-story brick, mod
em except heat, lot 60x130; price $3,000.
mtg. $800. Four-room frame bungalow,
modern except heat; lot 81x130: price $t600,
clear. Both houaes are In good neighbor
hood, and will trade fof Omaha or Lin
coln of about same value. Y 128, Bee.
FOR Exchange A six-room house, lot
and barn: rents forf $16 per month. My
equitv $1,000 to 81.200. Want a good, five
or seven-passenger automobile worth an
even exchange. Give full description of
car and where It can be seen In answer.
Address P 4C4 Bee. .
6-room cottage. Council Bluffs. 80 acres
Irrigated Colorado land; for lots or oot
tages in Omaha. Colfax 8M.
RE AT, ESTATE WANTED
WANTED to Buy A homestead relin
quishment, cash. Address W. D. Elrod,
4M0 N. 14th St.. Omaha, Neb.
K E A LEST AE NOIlTlT I)E
Must Be Sold!
4"31 Charles St.. an 8-room completely
modern house, with hot water heat. This
place is worth the price asked.
261 Lafayette Ave., a 6-room com
pletely modern house that Is In fair re
pair. Owner has reduced the price and
this place is a bargain at the present
lf.23 Madiaon Ave., a 8-room imdern ex
cept heat cottage, in fair repair. Owner
wants an offer, either cash or payments.
See these places then call
Creigh, Sons & Co.
608 Fee Bldg.
OWNER will sacrifice 8-r.. strictly mod
ern house, with large s eeping room, oak
floors, woodwork nicely decorated. Terma
phone Webster 1127.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
HOME, built by owner, $ rooms and bath,
nice lot, handy to depots. Forest Hill
park. 13U5 South 8tb St Telephone owner,
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Modern In every way, oak finish, good
sleeping porch, full basement Milton
Rogers furnaoe. lot 40x126. located on the
boulevard, near the Prettiest Mile. This
la a mood buy at $3,600. Reasonable terms.
House la vacant. I will be pleased to
show you through at any time.
W. S. FRANK,
SOI Neville Block.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN .
BENSON lots, close In. near school; easy
-- - "- owner. Benson $37 VV.
THE MAGIC CITY
Mr. A. Rainnmtn and Daughter
and C. A. Mitchel Narrowly
Escape in Anto Accident.
LOUIS SWIFT INSPECTS PLANT
Plunging down a fifteen-foot embank
ment on the boulevard north of Bellevuc
In a large touring car yesterday after
noon about 4 o'clock (While driving to
Omaha, Mrs. A. Rasmuaaen and daugh
ter and C. A. Mitchel narrowly escaped
serious and fatal Injuries. A barbed wire
fence stretched loosely across the base
of the ravine was all that saved the car
from turning over upon tha occupants.
Mltchsl was driving the car toward
South Omaha. At a turn In the road he
attempted to shift gears and accidentally
levered Into reverse. Before he could re
gain control of tha machine It had reached
the edge of the bank and was sliding
downward. The fence at the base of the
embankment became entangled with the
windshield and prevented what seemed
an Inevitable upset. None of the party
Two Bellevue cortege students, one of
them George Racely, halfback on the col
lege foot ball team which played In the
game with Wayne Normal last Friday,
assisted In hoisting the car to the road
again. But little damage was dons to the
machine. It is owned by Mrs. Jacob Lewis
of the South Bide.
I.onla flrrlft Inspects Plant.
Louis Swift, Jr., of Chicago, and of the
Swift & Company Interests throughout
the country, cams to the South Side yes
terday on an Inspection visit, to the local
Swift & Company plant a short time be
fore noon.- Accompanied by Mrs. Swift
he stopped off In Omaha on his way to
General Manager EMwards of the local
plant accompanied the firm member on
his trip of Inspection through the plant
About every year Mr. Swift oomes to
Omaha to look through hia holdings here.
It is possible that some contemplated im
provements will be brought before the
publlo before Ion. The Chicago com
pany has spent several hundred thousand
dollars in improvements and additions at
the local plant In the last three years.
' Pioneer Coal Man Dies.
William Byrne .pioneer settler and coal
dealer of the South Side, died last even
ing at 10 o'clock at his home, Twenty
eighth and Q streets. He was taken 111
last June of a sudden breakdown and
was unable to recover. He Is survived
by a widow and one son, James. The
funeral announcements will be made
Byrne's son. Joseph, was shot and
killed In the Cunningham saloon at Forty
sixth and Q streets, three weeks ago by
win McLoughlln, aged night watchman
at the coal yards. This Is thought to
have hastened the death of the father.
Mr. Byrne has not only been one of
the oldest settlers In this section, coming
here thirty years ago. but has been In
the coal and feed business for the last
twenty-five years. He owned a large coal
business in the Maglo City and had a
yard of his own at Forty-fourth and Q
Lire Stork Commluloa Acts.
Due to a hearing given the state veteri
narian and stock Inspectors at the meet
ing of the Nebraska Uve Stock Sanitary
board-called by President James Bulla
Friday afternoon at the South Side E
Changs building, five counties, Grant.
Hooper, Thomas, Blaine and Cherry, were
released from a quarantine established
some time since because of the existence
of dourine In horses.
Dr. Anderson, secretary of the board
and state veterinarian, made a thorough
report of the progress made by the gov
ernment officials In eradicating the di
sease. Among those present were: Alexander
Burr of Ansley, L. W. Leonard of Paw
n . Dr. Anderson, state veterinarian, and
Charles Saunders, well known Shorthorn
breeder and member of the Iowa state
Max Levy, for many rear leading flg-
" uevy furniture company, one
r we south Side principal furniture
nouat!. ,. ..,., ,
ship In the firm. The extensive holdings
of the Levy family have been sold to
an Omaha man, who will continue in
business in the South Side.
Mr. Levy, accompanied by his family,
win uuce a long vacation traveling
through the Pacific states and visiting
at the Panama-Pacific exposition at San
rrancisco. Tns trip will take up the
greater part 'of a year. Returning the
Levy elders will go Into the produce
West L Saloon Raided.
A saloon at 4601 South Thirty-third
street. South iSide, was raided Friday
evening at 8:46 o'clock by Detectives An
drew Leplnskl and John Zaloudek. Frank
Beasten, saloonkeeper, was arrested as
proprietor, while four others were ar
rested as inmates. The men were all
found lined up at the bar drinking. The
place was booked as a disorderly house,
Tooter Debt Cleared.
A balance of less than $40 remains on
the books of the 'Tooter." the high
school monthly paper. Financed by Prin
cipal S. W. Moore and Prof.tl. H. John
son, of ths faculty, a complete printing
outfit Including two printing presses and
a large assortment of type was bought
and Installed In a printing department
at the local high school building. Money
taken in on subscription and ads have
thus far cleared all of the debt but the
last $40. The total debt amounted to a
little less than $300.
Two Issues of the paper have already
been published. The work of Edward
Carlson, managing editor, has made the
financial end of the venture a distinct
success. Miss Elsie Duncan Is editor-in-chief.
Prof. Johnson Is head of the printing
department Under his direction students
have been taught to handle the presses
and set up "copy." It is the aim of the
department to clear enough money to
Install two electric motors and a t rim
ing machine this year. Next year an ef
fort will be made to buy a linotype
Call for gaadaylata,
A request is being sent out by leaders
In tho "Billy" Sunday young men's
prayer class, which meets once a week,
to attend the meetings. In sessions past
not all of the enrolled members have at
tended regularly, although-the attendance
has averaged from seventy-five to loO
REAL ESTATE VACANT
FOR SALE By owner, lot in Evanaton,
the exclusive residence district; on
Harney St.. near 63d; Vxl26 feet. Price
$1,150, one-third rash. G. 1. Carpenter,
Phone Harney 647.
RBALEBTATE MISCELLA X EOUS
FOR SALE Fine two lots, 4t130 feet
Kansas Ave., south side Miller park,
half block west 24th St. oar line, sur
rounded by beautiful new homes. Cool
In summer, warm in winter. W eU 83tsX
students. The class la composed entirely
of high school boys, and Is taking an ao- j
tlve part in the after-revival campaign in
Regular services will onntlnue. as under
the old plan, at all of the Protestant
churches of the Maglo City. Converts at
the Tab are still being baptised and en
rolled as members of the dtferent
churches. It is figured that far more
than K new members have been added
to tha local churches. The prayer meet
ings are held at the First Presbyterian
church Monday, Wednesday and Friday
evenings. Prominent speakers of Omaha
have been scheduled to address each
lllah School nts.
The hlRh school asks the support of the
aiuninl for the IxKnn games next Satur
day afternoon at Luxua park.
The Wln-My-Chum has a surprise In
store for the students of the high school.
The exact details have not been given
Principal Moore of the high school
has especially commended Edward Carl
son, managing editor of the Tooter, for
his splendid work on that paper this
The Catrh-Me-ral club will have sev
eral speakers adilroee the students at
mass meeting In the near future. Lead
ing lawyers and educators are among
those to bo asked.
A students' conference of high school
purity leaders will be held at Lincoln
Thanksgiving week, November 86 and 27.
A number of local students will attend
as In previous years.
The new Dramatic club recently or-
nnir.ed at the hluh school will meet
Monday evening. Rudimentary rules of
the stage will be discussed. Ralph Gold
berg is the principal organiser.
The freshman class went on a hike
last Friday to Mandan park In the south
part of the city. Prof. F. R. Vosacek
and Miss Julctte Orlffen, members of
the faculty, accompanied them.
Prof. Pike, newly added member of the
hltrh chol faculty, plana to take hia;
Physics class on an inspection trip to the
Swift fk Company plant to view the heat
Inu and cooling systems this weak.
The Gavel club meets tomorrow even
ing, Monday November 8. A debate has ,
been scheduled by Coach William Yer
tngton of the high school debating team
Male visitors are allowed and Invited.
Work on the new addition to the high
school annex Is practically completed.
Masons have entirely finished the founda
tion and walla of the new building.
Plumbers and furnace men will Install
the furnace this week.
The junior B class of the South High
school gave a party at the home of
Miss Bessie A Is worth, Friday evening,
November 8. The rooms were beauti
fully decorated with the claaa colors.
Frank Orchard entertained with vocal
Coach William Yerlngton of the high
school debating team is endeavoring to
arrange a debate with some alumni de
bating team yet to be organised. A de
bate will probably be arranged with
Tarklo, Mo., to wind up the midwinter
The Hiking club, of which Mlas Hendria,
faculty member, Is organiser and sponsor,
went on a hike yesterday afternoon from
the high school campus to Mynater
Springs, In Iowa. Water from tho springs
was brought as samples to the high
Frank Broadwell, well known local de
bater and orator. Is preparing to enter
the competition for declamatory honors
In the high school this year. He was the
local representative of ths school last
year In tha sectional high school meet
Miss Talbot of the Omaha library, has
announced the transfer of a large num
ber, of books from the South Side library
to the high school building at Twenty
third street. The move, comprising vol
umes of government records, is being
made for the convenience of ths stu
dents. Merl Curtl, student., gave a party to
a . number of student frienda at his
home. Twenty-third and E streets, Tues
day evening. Ralph Henry, another stu
dent.' gave a party Thursday evening.
Dancing and refreshments were on the
pro pram at both parties. A number of
' Several students of the high school ac
companied the South High school foot ball
tend the foot ball game with University
Place there. The game was scheduled on
a da.v's notice and Caplllte, veteran cen
ter, uot knowing of the trip, was notified
too late to catch the train. The locals
' Ma ate City Ooaslp.
The X. I. 8. club was entertained at the
home of Mies Emma Wendt of the South
Clifford Knight, living at 1006 North
Twenty-third street, is dangerously ill at
For Rent R-room house, all modern ex
cept heat 446 s. 21st, between I and J.
Ph'ine South 2610.
The Mystic Workers of the World will
meet tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at
their hall, Twenty-fourth and M streets.
The women of the First Baptist church.
Twenty-fifth and H streets, will hold a
baxar Thursday, December 8, at the
Office space for rent In Bee office, t
N street. Terms reasonable. Well known
location. Tel. South 27.
Prof, and Mrs. McLean of Red Oak. Is.,
former superintendent of schools In South
Omaha, visited at the home of Miss Eve
lyn Vor hursday and Friday.
The ladles' auxiliary of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians will be entertained
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Charles P. Ohio. 814 North Twenty-third
street. Mrs. M. E. Fltsgerald will assist
Twenty acres, close In; also 86; another
tract 80; all lav fine. We have a fine list
of suburban tracts. A. W. Jones, South
The women's auxiliary of St Martin's
church will hold an ad-day meeting at
the home of Mrs. Ames, 1408 North
Twenty-fourth street Wednesday, No
Lester Robinson is visiting with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Robinson,
of this cltv. Mr. Robinson Is taking tho
electrical enrlneerlng course at the Uni
versity of Nebraska.
"The Outer Edge." an Essanay produc
tion. proved one of the most powerful
i ..... .v.. K'run.d m t the Bease.
it annesred yesterday afternoon and
Rev. R. U Wheeler of the First Pres
byterian church Is devoting considerable
aiia'-e to the furtherance of the Sunday
teechlngs In his weekly paper, ine rrea-
Tre King's Daughters of the First Pres
byterlsn church will hold sn anniversary
reception and dinner at the church at
Twenty-third and E streets Friday. No
Mrs. Charles Brydson, 2628 D street
South Side, will entertain the women of
Grace Methodist church Thursday after
noon at a kenslngton tea. Mrs. Karl
Flemmlng will assist.
The man with the bank habit never
(rets laid off. You can start the bnnk
Jinblt with $1 at the Savlnirs Department
of the Live Stock National Bank, South
Omaha. Four per cent Interest and ab
The' nrogreslves of Degree of Honor
lodge No. 193, will be entertained next
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Nosh Vance. Fifty-first and Q
streets. Tr hostess will be assisted by
Mrs. John Eberel.
Joseoh Dwornlckl. aged 1 years, died
vesterd"y afternoon at 6 o'clock at th
n,me o f the oa rents Forty-second and
M streets, of diphtheria. The funeral
will be held at 4-o'clock this afternoon
and will be private. Interment win ne
made In the German Catholic cemetery.
Metropolitan Police and Penalon fund.
Unchurch lodge No. 2, Degree of Honor,
Nebraska lodge No. 227, Ancient Order
Unite Workmen, kind neighbors and
frtcrts for kindness and sympathy shown
us during Illness and death of our beloved
wife and mother. Anthony J. Smith and
.Tunlo pupils of Kitward Dewar Chal
llnor wl'l nive a Hnno recital at library
bll st Twentv-thlrd and M st-eets Tuea-
ricv even'iiK. 'November t The dir' tor
wl'l be assisted bv Misses Helen Rahn
nrtnnn: Ma-v Horn, contralto and
Messrs. Tvnn Rackett, tenor, and Marcus
Pefore a crowd of several hundred
frtepds Miss Kvelvn Vore. 12-yesr-old
t'ianlst, entertained st a piano recital at
the Young Women's Christian association
aiirlltorlum Tliu's'lay evening, iter un
awstimlriar knowledse of the Piano de
lighted her many friends and her In
structor, Prof. Colvln, of Omaha.
( nasha sal Colds Ilaasreroaa.
Don't wait, take Dr. King's New Dis
covery now. It will help your cough and
soot'ie ths lungs; Wc All druggists.
Fropmi of Kuler from Tokio tc
Nagoya Marked by Great Dis
play of Loyalty.
CITY IS ABLAZE WITH LIGHT
KIOTO, Japan, Nov. 7. Tho prog
ress of Emperor Yoshlhlto from
ToXlo to Nagoya, tho first utage of
his Journey to Kioto, for tho corona
tion ceremonies, wag marked by a
remarkable display of - national
In every city and town through
which tho ruler passed tho entire
population assembled at tho railway
stations and In the adjacent high
ways, paying homage to the emperor
and bowing low In worship to the
Kashlkodokoro, or divine, mirror,
which represents the spirit of the
grand imperial ancestress or sun
goddess. Amaterasu Omlkaml, and
which is a part of the imperial sanc
tuary. In the rice land the peasants
abandoning the mattocks, led their
children along the railroad and wor
shipped tho sanctuary.
Everywhere the hnrlson was black
with school children, grown people and
troops, mounted and on foot As the
emperor entered Nagoya at dusk, the
ancient castle hurst Into a bewildering
Illumination vtsable from afar.
Kioto Is an enchanting fairyland.
There is a mammoth electric monument
at tha railway station and the long wide
avenue leading from the station Is
dassling with clectrio garlands. The nar
row aide streets are a mass of yellow
and red paper lanterns, while huge pil
lars of light guard the city here and
there like giant modern Samurai.
The emperor Is expected to arrive here
Money Hid in Toe
Of Shoe is Stolen
Bkold Clauasen, 6308 North Twenty-
ninth street, worked too hard all sum
mer In the harvest fields to turn his
money over to robbers, so he hid It In
He told ths police he went to sleep
"somewhere," and when he awoke, both
of his shoes were gone, and so was ths
1 10 he had stuffed In the toe of one of
Foand a Bar Thins;.
I. m. Wlxon, Farmers Mills, N. T.,
has used Chamberlain's Tablets for years
for disorders of the stomach and llvsr
and says, "Chamberlain's Tablets are tha
best I have ever used." Obtainable
A "Tor Sale" ad wm varn second-hand
furniture Into .cash.
Arrive mt Marseilles.
MARRRILT.ES. Nov. 7. Nine hundred
and ninety-four special auxiliary muni
tion workmen have arrived here. They
will be employed in different French
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BERLIN (Via london). Nov. 7. Tha
Vorwaerts, organ of the German social
democratic party, publishes a two-column
pronounclamento from the executive
committee of the social democratic party,
declaring that ths government measures
thus far for the regulation of the food
supply and prices are only half meas
ures. It demands tha fixing of maximum
prices for all Important foodstuffs,
"prices so adjusted that every war profit
for the producer, in wholesale as well
as retail trades. Is mads Impossible and
even the poorest are placed In a position
to obtain the necessaries of Ufa required
for their nourishment"
ST. LOUIS WATER OFFICE
EMPLOYES ARE INDICTED
ST. IW1S, Mo.. Nov. T. Three em
ployes of the city water office and two
deputy sheriffs hava been Indicted as a
result of investigations Into petty graft
by the grand Jury. Bench warrants ware
Issued for the five men today.
Those Indicted were Robert H. Mahon,
water Inspector, recently discharged, who
last Saturday confessed to the mayor
that he had collected water taxes and
kept the money; Robert H. Bensell, water
department deputy collector, and Frank
White, water department deputy col
lector. Culls from the Wire
The acceptance trials of ths battleship
Nevada, which were Interrupted on ao
count of the gale and rough seas off
Cape Cop. were resumed when the dread
nought started on a run of twenty-four
hours at ten knots speed as a part of
Its fuel economy trial.
Judge Carpenter In the UniUd Statee
district court at Chicago, set for Jan
uary 8. the trial of Miss FJisabth Cope
of Los Angela, charred with attempt
ling to bribe looal officials of the De
partment of Juatloe to assist her In ob
talnlng 8f0.0TO from Colonel Charles Alex
ander, a millionaire of Providence, R. I.
Mlaa Cope Is complaining witness against
Colonel Alexander on a Man act charge.
A young man whs complained blttterly
that there was no real freedom In the
United States and who was bound over
In 1all at Chlnago, on several charges
of operating confidence games was Iden
tified as Jorge Vlllanuvva, son of Benito
Vlllamteva, vice president of tho Ar
gentine republic Tie was arrested as B,
ra Clayet and according- to the police
he has used a number of other names
throughout the country.
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Two hours a day sawing wood '
will keep liver and
You who take exercise in an
easy chair must take
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bilious, headachy, constipated. , Remove
tha liver and bowel poison which Is keep
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your breath offensive, stomach sour and
your body full of cold. Why don't you
get a 10 or 85-cent box of Cascarets at
tha drug store and enjoy the nicest gen
tlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever
experienced. Oaaeareta work while you
sleep, Tou will wake up feeling fit and
fine. Children need this candy oarthartlu.
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