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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, MAY 16, lOlfi.
CHOICE FIATS AT RKDVCED
1529 N. J4th. Id floor, 7-r , modern except
hat, reduced from 111. New 111.
ib'ii N. Ith, ad floor, -r , modern except
heat, reduced from 115. Now 111.
3(5 Seward St, upetalra, reduced from
116. .Vow 111. 50.
lni);-l) N. 19th, T-r. each, atrlctiy mod
ern reduced to 111.
A. P. TUKET A HON-.
Phone Doug. 101. 1 6 0 7 -S W. o. W, Bids,
HOPSES FOR RENT.
I'REIGH. PONS A CO.,
BRirK, 13 North 23d, modern... .7.. $i!7.W
I'ftS South lint, modern, 7 rooms 2S00
lot Poiiuletun Ave,, o-r. and hath.. 18.00
JOHN N. FRKNBR. 1 " H il AS i'.,4.
5 J-ROOM cott ages, tlS-jlft. fnf r"nt. t
-ROOM modern brick flat at 1H 8. 2h
St.. oak floor, electric! 11 slits; good
neighborhood. $. per month.
BKN'SON MYERS COMPANY,
4?4 Omaha Nat. 'Hank Bldg.
i'none uoug. ia.
liof'BE for rent, lOlti S. 20th RlT. five
big rooma with a modern bath room
for J15, dnnntjpayhwieT.
i25ftOOWa and bath on one floor;
. choice, '. Woolworth Ave.
F-KoOM ali modern bungalow, vacant June
1. 1141 14, :6th St. , Price $37. M. Tel.
Red I M l.
MODERN Troom cottage. wPa. month.
rOR Hi.NI - AP'VS AND FLATS
' MODBkM t-roum apartment, including
sleeping porch, well located, liar. ISO.
J FOlTk-ROOM a'tmriinciTt, fireproof,
soundproof, automatic ...levator, two
disappearing beds, roof garden. Hnr
nev tH. The.Aiige.1ue apartments, fclh
Ave, and poumaa wis
ri,.. aimam-neineo ai'iri mem, either I
or f rooma. on Went Farnam atreet.
idtiv w wimniNM IW Fa UN AM ST.
NICB 3-room modern paTtmnl7Sirc'lil
08 go fit.
tSTflft 4-room araartmitnt. all oommtinlceu-
tlve; Waal for rooming hotiaai oppoalt
the Ford plant, new Dunning, J .
It, A. WOLF,
114 Ware Blk. Pougla tm
jTORfH 24th Tit, 47f.ffwo""and three
room modern appartmenta. $10 per
month and no. Adtllta.
postorrice. '. r, nipiiiuiis, mm a.mcuan.
SltillFjlSTTpt., 7 rooma, $-f; near posl-
offlce. Q. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago,
I KuuTfs uTTd unroo.
will b vacant .ay l
catad at lonea St.
nar month:, look thla over,
thia la A (map: walking d
tanca. Kew oak flnlah.
7nf, Omaha Nat. Hank Mlrl 1
r I v h-l(uJ.VI U Hin neater Hpartmi'nt,
vary dealratila. Tho v'hula Vwt.a, 3uth
and roppl ?ioii, .:onrao touiii; j, divi
dela Theater. Uoug. 1671.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished llooaea and Flata.
trrT-tTs,-,. ; -.'-." J ' TTZTt ..I. " !
for occupancy Junj L Addreaa J 120,
Wanted to Rent Houi-ea
W. L. BHLBV HONH. Douglaa 1610.
I I I mill I r-;-"-y'.aaaam. ,-i'Jrf.-J-!T'ar,SiagB
MOVING AND STORAGE
GLOBE VA & HTUUAGK
Storea, moves, packa. eb'oa; 1-horae
van and I men, i. per nour; aiorage,
U per month. Satlafacr.lon guaranteaj.
Unualaa me and Tyler 230.
GOKlJON VAN CO.
' Packing, atorage and mov
ing. 219 N. 11th St. Phone
roiialaa W or Websier twa
Separate locked rooma, for houaehold
gooda and piatiofl, moving, pacamg ana
OMAHA' VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
:m H. 1,1th St. Douglaa 4103.
Phone' Douglaa m for complete
Hat Pf vacant houaea and apart
inents; aiao for storage, moving.
Ititn ana jat:aaon bib.
VR1 IIIIU ni.uiHiw v w, niiv in,
tora And liipplng. Z'hon lougtaa
KEK1UN VAN & STORAGK
Packing, atorage, IS Cap. Ave). Tyler 1200.
t n CPPil Expresa Co. Moving,
u . v, LiL-iLj.iJ packing and aorage.
1)7 rarnam Ht. uougiaa oMtt.
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PR'P'TY
&TORKROO M .
Thrae dandy fine atoremoma at 34th
ana lavnwonn; one or trao neat loca
tiona In ihe city; rent very reaaonabla.
Calkins & Co.
Potitlaj ItK, City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Modem autre room and baaeroent. t.
So, Utb He; tin locaUoo fur arocertea
tn Hratdele Vbaater. iHma tat
FOR RNT Part ui atora ruom. TniJuTre
I1H So. lath.
Bt'ORE KOtiStS at l'soav-llll Farnara Ft
Thna. V. Hall, - Hanige HU,, D. 7u,
eTiiltB, about" 2U40; " living rooma In
rear, reuunaele rent. Douglaa
Jl'tOKrf building, living tuuuia in raw, IdOi
.mui, ihugiaa l.4.
Offtua and Oaali K txm ,
DOlK LikiM, l.fcst REp'lliLKcf-J-
Out about half Uuw Addra b n.
f'E''K rxitu at in ftoa bull ling. Mnat
i. J'""' '' I')'' ni
REAL ESTATE .iMPROVED
' mHsi :6f5jr"iVoi "
SEVEN KOOMa, 14,710.
A wall-built Iwmi In a mo l"-tl.'n
' a,4tig I a bouietard and Ki,ly I IU(
le ! ''i e ' : t :. t I. o
eav At.,a t- aa'l a4 i,.n..if
i for ai f"t!i!iot la np I
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REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
MUST BE SOLD QUICK
XEAU NEW FORD PLANT
8-room modern home, No. 1830
North 17th atreet; price 3,200.00
Look H over and make offer
S. P. BOSTWICK & SON,
TYI.ER 160. S0O ERE BUILDING.
KXt'KPTlUNAl.I.V IIODD HOME.
H.7S0 lift H lid Ht., fine eaat front,
trlcily mod. house; oek flnleh and floor
dowiietalre; reception hell, llvlna room
and dtntna room flniehed tn eelected oek,
with ok floora, ntca kitchen, pantry, re
frigerator room, etc.; full heaement, with
laundry, aoft water In laundry and
kitchen; four nice bedroome and bath
on eoond floor; birch flnlih and maple
floon; lerae attic Let ua ahow you.
1). V. KHOI.KN I'O.
tl-l ftty Nat. Hank Hid. T'ouf Jit
Very Little Cash
Five-room cottage with bath; large
lot; fine ehrubbery and fruit treee.
Price, located 4107 North 29th SL
Norris & Norria,
-fLSf" Phone Douglaa 4270.
BICVIIH PARK MHTRICT Claeay bunga
low. JtiHl completed: three room flnlahed
In o,U, with onk floora throughout; llv.
Ing room ecroea front of house, beam
centime, hookctteea, window eat; rooma
all decorated, altadra, acreetia, water
meter, full hacmnt, furnace; large hit,
45J3'i; paved afreet and paid; 1 block
to llarnay car. Cur ptire and terma ara
IIAUP II lit id Unuglaa ll!!l.
Y6K P ALR'TjR "T llA Dr-f wcTbrand new
6-rootn liotiaea, corner 6?d and Kmmet
Hta.. Hlahland 1'Hik, oppoalte Fred
Brridegaard heautlfiii reatrlem a. Will
take t hlciigo property or choice farm
land In trade. Key with Mr. Brooe-
gaard. K. W. JUimen, 2737 V. North
Ave., Chicago, 111.
FRATrllK PA KK-HeautifuFT-ator . 7
rixim, etucen. brand new; 1400 caah, Itfl
monthly; south front; aplcndld ehada,
hedge and shrubbery: paving taaea
paid tn full: nk flnlah, while enamel
bedrooms, tiled bathroom; atorm aaah
and eereena. rail owner, t:olfai sail
OWNkR wlahea to lacriflee itrtctly
modern S-rooni house, wttn aleeplng
norch: oak floora and woodwork; e
cedent condition. A real bargain. Web-
PRAtTi'tCAlXY new modern 6-room
house; reception hall; full basement;
rente for is per montn; win tjiae
Phone Webster 7H73.
AIjL modern, 7 rooma, good aa new; must
sell at once. N. lath Ht. coirag zwi
DANDY new 6-room modern cottag"
(inly 12,600. Colfa 17!W.
TWO An"n3y bungalowa for aula at a aac
rtflce. Webster 4228.
2420 H. HTH-7-room mod. house, on
boulevard, eaat. front, walking distance,
WOW; terms. Berha ft Musll, D. 6!W
6-ROOM modern houae, 2,5f); half block
from car. Harney utf-w
"tOTTAGK BAR'lAIN. llflOO.
5 rooms and bath, all modern, paving
all paid; near ear line and St. Peter'a
new church alto. 31st and Mai son; R'diig
to be aold thla week,
P- J. TKHBENS CO. P. ?12.
6-ROOM bungalow, brand new, all mod
ern, onk floora througnoui; oaa rtnisn
In living and dining rooma; large, light,
white enamel bedrooms; good location,
restricted addition, A bargain at
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
61! Paitton Blk. Doug. 1728.
M later Ireiiiaoiea.
' FOR RELIABLE AND SAFE
"1 HtS AND TORNADO INSUHANCK
O' NEIL'S It. E. A INS. AGENCY.
M4 Brai'dels Theater Blda Tvler 1024.
llofTHErf, all slaea, moat any part ol
city, at bargaina.
404 Ware Blk. Phone Red 61M.
Real Estate, Insurance.
201 Neville Blk. TelDougJftOO.
20 Acres Near Bairacres.
MUST BE SOLD BY MAY 16TH.
High and alahtly, with aood Improve
ments for price and tarma can.
240-7-S Omaha Nat'l Bank. Tyler 6a
ATB;n looking at M1NNM EUflXlfiO dlf.
ferent buyara decided that It waa the beet
prouoalttun on the market and they
backed their judgment liy BUYING lota.
It YOU will oume out today you will
undaratand wny otnre ara nuying.
CHARLES VV. MARTIN & CO.,
141 Omaha Nat l Bank Dldg.
flArtUAW Vaoant lot," ifailK on litb
Ava., near Yaiea. Maka ma an offar t;.
A ctrlottuel, I4 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg
IiaHiJaInM In real eati and aaraage.
Colfax I'M. after 11 a. a,.
REAL ESTATb-bUS PROP'Tt
(6 Kiak,i tilth tot. ilea . hi ia.ii.ot.
Kwlwu. Woa'agu Inv. Co.. McCagu UUig.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
4u AcTll'.M In IUM!kyrJlatr"lot. "Colie-
rado; ail under euliB ailmi, i ncrea In
m (..;. wlil eachanga f r utimha home
aia't aciea tiupiuvad in t niifunila
for k of (i"i la
W T .WITH '".
D !. City Sat ! HM.k llplg
WHAT It A V K YfL' t'.R l-O tuV vVAS'T
nt ua fuat We nuty have Just ohat
you want, V a aall ur trade atarythiug
anywlwr t,'haa J. KuuLh filar l--l-i4
i.HV. a.fa.ra.' f..r''tt it Ui,d t t
aie r wiiaut, w, U i.aon. Wa4
li at 'kt.
ftui r,XliNilfc- I 5 ct a e ear.
li-,nh a ui want ire' . I 1a uf
t. a ' 1 1 Hat. t, I a a
t A. Una iiiita e4 '. mn.l.
V aiitted 'iar t ah. Ui.ii a4 Ml
Itaaier t.a it'caj A' t ..!fa "JS.
V I'"1'" I) a.'iigi 1 .if ally
S eaty ' !"(. a m at
L t A R 1 ' II K a. . a l"1 T !"..
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REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
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REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
"TTUNDEE (WXER IX)f
60X1J5 feet, lays high and aightly,
onlv one block from car line. No re
strictions. Only alngle corner for aula
tveat of Fifty-first street. See ua
about this at once.
GEORGE v: COMPANY.
902 Cltv Nat, Bank Bldg. Douglaa 7 Jtt.
7-KOOM" houae'wlth 'aleeplng porch; close
to athool; blgKeot bargain In uunciec.
Tel. Walnut 1,M.
Dundee Bungalow-Neat, clean, attmctlve
prop ty, wall located, at reaaonatue pnea,
Thoa. Camplwll, Keellne Bldg.Dg. 4KI.
t?"f:E Netnaway for "acreaue Florence V.
J ROOMS, "'modern". h'rdwoo3 finish,
large lot. paved atreet aim oouievaru.
iTlre WAin. F.asy terma.
a rooma, strictly modern, with ex
ceptionally choke south front lot. "X
164 feet, on boulevard with an abun
dance of ahadn and fruit. Price ,3oO.
Thla la 11.011 less than the property is
J. H. IH "MONT A, CO..
4l-l Ke eM n eBW1 g Phon ?J 1" V i J?
I ACRKB aonth of Country ctuh; -r. houae
and barn; fine for poultry r. u. wead,
I1H 8, lltth ft VVead Hldg
A SHORT DIHTANi'K-FROM FORD
MOTOR t'O 'S N K VV PLANT
3 full lota on lth Kt., about .00 feet
north of Lake Street, M feet fronting
cast by 116 In depth. Just the place for
a fine apartment ehouae. Price .'i.
owner will take a late model 6-pnaaen-ger
mnchlue and balance cash.
J, B. ROBINSON.
4t2 Be, BldK. ,,..,M!,7,
" t"i f i.i;T "
Owner (ays g-K-1,-1, l!0 f"et on Itewev
at 8th 8t., acroaa from Winona Apt,
houae. The price will be more than
rlaht If you want to huy tlo out and
lottk It over, then see na.
PAVV'B HI.ATKK CO.,
1 ttmaha Nat'l Benk Hldg
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
BILKO CHIC FOOD
Made of pure Ktalit, BpbI In the mar
ket If your dealer docs not hmidie It
go to A, W. VVAUNKlt. TOl N , lltn ri
PIGEONS pay far better than chickens;
alwaya penned up; little space peedtid
atari,' free hook explalna all. Majiiallo
eiiunb Co., Dept. !l, Adel, la.
FEED your canary on Max Oelsler
rioiier-aeca ' and German Bird pis.
cult" and he will ting all year round,
Max Geleler Bird Co.
NICI'J flock of Fawn Indlon Runner
ducks. Phone South 40.
Bxi grain, lot) jba.,' 1.75."Wagner, S01N.16.
Screening $1.26 per 1 lbs. S01 N, Ith St,
REAL ESTATE Vv7ntS
Aa part payment, with some caah. on
new t-rotim, all modern bungalow; one
acre of ground; chicken houae and gar.
age. Address t, nee
IteHl Ksiiilc l,iHe, atorlHaKea.
We are ready at all times to
make loans on first-clang city
property and eastern Nebraska
farms. Ratea on reiitiest.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
212 South 17tli St.
MONEY TO LOAN ON"
Apartment houses, double brick houaea,
alngle houaea, business property at.d
farm lands at 6, b4 and 6.
W. II. THOMAS.
228 Keelina Bldg Douglaa l43.
i TO 6 for loana on beat olasa city
, residenc es in amounta $2,000 up; alao
farm loana. tteaaonahle commlsHlona.
PETERS TRUST CO,, 1622 Famam Ht.
OM"aTTa homea. Kaat Nebraska farina
- O'KEEFK REAL ESTATE CO.,
' WIS Omaha Nat. Phone Douglaa 3715.
IdONKY" to loan on Improved farina and"
rancuea we aiao puy comi tarut mort
gagea. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
W. T. GRAHAM
MONET TO LOAN, for 6 yearn,
on Improved propertlea.
BHOPEN CO )ou 422S.
MONEY on hand for city and
farm loana. II. VV. Binder, City
National Hank Bldg,
THOS. L. McGAHHY,
Keellne Bldg., Red 4,"44.
CITY and (arm louna, u, o-v, o par cent
j. ti uumoin ot i n, i Keeiine rung
fliii to $)0,aJO inutie promptly. F. D. Weed,
wead num., loth and i'arnam His.
Nat'l Bank Hldg
MONEY. UAUKlSON & MORTON
9P1 Omuha Nut. Bank Bldg.
REAL KHTATE Loana, alx per cent. Mae
D. E. Ht t.K Ac CO.. U Omaha, 'Natl. Hk.
Stocka and Mouile.
$1,000 MORTGAGE bearing 7 fnl-ai.
nual; securea py property valued 1.1,700.
TalmBK" l.ooinla invit o,, v.tjvBblf
Abalracta of Till.
iJiinrnntftO TAbetraot Co". Ve can bring
UUHJtuiluw down your abalract on
short notice. R, 7 pattetson'Hbig. D. 217
Kl.'Tilf Title. Guarantee and Abstract
Co., a modern abairact otllce.
RKKfJAHSTRACf XV," oldest abstracit
office In Nebraaka. 206 Biundela Thea.
FARM AND RANCh uANDS
Arkasaai l.ana 1.
FOR SXITE-Auyone wlaiilttg to a Iteia
aud prli i-a ot tarma and tracts of In mi
tu Hume Co., Ark., write to the Ontik
Lnd Cu., Mountain View, Slutiu Co,
Ara. uua (a
01 lii Ki4.aiJ wpuortuuTuea fur mi
stuuk ralaara and fruit growrra. lioruUo
Laud Co , llorailo. Ark
I'roKiwrity in Canada
$!u.i0,t In new wealth aM4 In IWA
Kn. r i "ue i t.ij.a bikI iiw tti, n luaae
laiti.ora rich. VVtMat avaiai , nu if bu.n
r.a ir ! In Aluaila. a bin-he a per
el in eieeaat- hawaii. $1 it) l'ia..ila t'r
a i l-i .Vaii.lt' Tra v. a $1
and wtll h "l enead l- itf 'iurtr
U 11 .nil 1 la. eU taa. 111 lata ,o .1,1
piovi'iiiatd Kiaa a. t la an.) tu t !
in ut liberty, goaxt c'liiate tea' y,r
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FARM AND RANCH LANDS
WRITE ua "fur fiee t.ouiaiaiia aoll map
issued bv the State Moad. Mote on ma
back of map their report of Bienville,
Parish tcountv). where we are placing
on the market 30,'x) acrea of thia fer
tile land In tracte of 40 acrea up at
low price and easy terma. It a an op
portunity that you never had before.
Realtv Investment Company, tM-810
1 .k t hvo ri Building. Kan aa sj. 1 1 y . M o .
WK rapreaent'ltungei ford's Dominion "The
Land of Indepeadenca" 'The Garden Be
yond tho 8nd Mills" whera opportunity
awaits you. Coma In and aaa ua or tele
phone and w wtll eom and see you.
There ara great opportunities awaiting
you In Da we county. It ua tall you
Snowden & Snownen,
la-Ul W O. W. HldTel. Houg. .lj l.
Going out to Cheyenne, Kimball and
Banner oountle next week. Com and
go lung. Great opportunlte to make
money on lands which now can be
bought at from $6 to $: per acre. Spe-
..!..! t ...... . i . til. Man & r nni'al
rini iinnnniiin n,v tu
Ton 8ALjtUPwt Witt hoAf mh cirnd
ntniiuni pmej ,uu at. -.-,.., -
little money required, C Hravlley. Wol
i.aoh. Nah, ' -J-
127-ACRK. well impruvad farm, 7$ mllea
of Omaha. IsO per; no trade, neiyea .
,.iae,.. at u iinM.e.. riMi. (Intaha Van.
V' ACHES Iniprovt', mueFbe iiT"nr"N
, , . . -r n 1. 1. . 1 , ... V t.
ing iiay. noa i a. iru-.n not--, cat,,
Near York l.atnde.
li'oPK cnnijiiera s.irrow. " $'') "Teta you
move on ine tnuowing lomorrow: j.
acrns, house, barn, at ream. orchard,
fine wood lot. 120 per acre.
Renter slavery to landlords mean
bloated hopea, poverty and rags; 70 acre
iims, tea in, ton), heps, house, ham,
brook. 4 a. rc woods: kin per acre,
IliKh price Innd force men to tear
themselves from their birth place; JO
cows. J'O acre, good land and building;
orchard, txsi augur treee: $.TI per acre.
Write for photo, R. It. far one way
K. Munson, 2426 8. fiallna St., Syra
cuse. N. Y.
CLEAR OF ALL INCUM
BRANCE. $,3-ci well Improved blavk land farm,
nenr Colleaeport and beautiful hav, $ 0)
per acre. Also (ej.fsirt pole and motegag
on northern land. Will trade all for a
good Improved gtaln and stock farm. If
liny difference will pay oaah.
Ollegaport, Matagorda County, Texa
TilE best" land In Wisconsin, adjoining
ha neat market in America; very tow
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FA R MH, acreage and city "property for
aalo and exchange. C. R. Comb, 80$
Brande Theater Bldg. Doug. JM.
fTatk a Mai I tn.
I1A V, $WtO a torn A. W. agner. wOTTST
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
This at new, flrat grade tire.
DUPLEX TIRE CO.,
261S Farnam. D. 4H7S.
Come In and look thee buy over.
All are In good condition.
6 l ords, Touring and Roadster.
1916 Maxwell, slightly used.
Studehnker, K. M. F., S-cyL, self.
etai'tct' ana eiei'trin ugtits.
C. W. FRANCIS,
J 1 lFar n am. Dou f. StS,
Special rate for liability Inaurano on
I.' . . . , .. - Innl.ifli,.- . . . - u . ..
uiti a, m, at.u.i.u ,,a .uuiwfa,
ri. t ire and inert at loweat rat,
K I LLV, ELLIS 4k THOMPSON.
S13-14 City Nal. Bank Bldg.Doug. ISli
tsau uii uAitiiai.Ns AT
MLia HV O BH1EN AUTO CO.
Utl4-1H1K Farnam Ht
AUTO CLEAltlNU HOUSE
,;vj Faream. Douglaa (31.
t arttatiun tinning. 111.
lata rutu tuurtiig. meahatitealiy right.
Una K.iid touring, fin alter.
l' ford toilrtiia eleclrlcallv
I Ilk. At 'I tun i Mi i. a. AUMH.H.
Maka a ton truck out ot your Ford
ear ttvenrbody la luytng thl 'Ton,
a- true. it oia. your aanvary uroo
lam and " Hk wild fir. Agent
wanted Fur particular aaa or wrtt
:i .ti v mi iv i' 4 v ri nn n ( -ii . m n uta,
s i tt a I'.-tn .i.i'aa" on PartTaT uaymaiiia
lint a t.ila you rida- balano tnunthty
!.,:e,ei r itiy s per na
WiB'iTT HH'ls ACT'I ft M1'ANT
tt..,.m ptera,.n Hlk . mh
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Man Shrinks from the Path Where
Woman Would Have Him Tread
l there no man in Omaha whose
limbs poisesi the shapely pul
chritude characteristic of a fattn?
If go, let him step forward.
The ladie of the Nebraska Audu
bon society are going to present
P..r- Maclav'a "Sanctnarv" at the
dedication of the bird reserve at
All the characters have been se
lected except the "fattn."
Why has not the faun been se
lected? rtacanao fellnw men of Omaha.
these ladies say that none of the ap-
a -' ' J
plicants nas suuicientiy gracetui ana
shapely erer limbs. (Not arms,
you know, but limbs.)
A faun is a youth who roams the
fields and run lightly up the moun
tainside and is fleet-tooted as the
deer and all that, you know. Natur
ally his limbs, the limbs that he runs
with, are graceful, shapely, afraight
Fifteen applicants for the part of
the. faun have presented themselves;
fifteen who fondly fancied them
Alas, alas for them! What a fall
they hadl When It came to limbs,
ah, where were they? They weren't
nowhere. It was "outside" for them.
CITY TO LEVY TAX
Item of One Mill for Ereotion of
Memorial Monument to Be
Included in Qeneral leyy,
WILL TOTAL OVER $40,000
Upon motion of Commissioner
Hummel the city commissioners, sit
ting in committee of the whole, de
rided to include in the next general
levy an item of 1 mill to be ex
pended for the, erection of permanent
monuments and memorials in honor
of the soldiers, sailors, pioneers and
Abraham Lincoln. This levy will
yield more than $40,000. The legis
lature authorized this levy of not
more than 1 mill in any one year,
A representative delegation of mem
bers of local patriotic societies ap
peared before the city commissioners
and urged them to sisrt this year to
carry out the work made possible by
the action of the legislature.
On hebruary 26, at the court house,
an association was formed by mem
bers of patriotic societies, this organ
ization to co-operate with the city
official in the wise and proper ex
penditure of the fund.
Appearing before the council on
behalf of this project were Captain
C. E. Adams, John L. Kennedy, J.
L. Webster, Victor Rosewater, C. f.
McGrew. A. W. Jefferis. R. S. Wil
cox and Jeff W. Bedford.
"It is fitting," said Mr. Kennedy,
"that we should erect permanent
monuments to those who made this
country what it fa. In thl way we
will elevate patriotism and instill en
nobling lessons among our children
and newcomer. The value of lib
erty will be emphasized. We have
need of patriotic and united Amer
ican sentiment." . .
"It would be sham and a pity to
allow our forthcoming semi-centennial
celebration to pass by without
commemorating this great event with
some permanent memorial. Thse
monuments and memorials inspire the
people to a sense of patriotism and
are an asset to the city. It is to be
hoped that a memorial will yet be
erected in recognition of the Trans
miasissippi exposition," said Mr.
Honor the Pioneera.
Mr Jefferis referred to the import
ance of establishing a monument or
memorial in honor of the pioneer
who came here under adverse circum
stances and blazed the trail (or on
Mr Webster suggested that this
year ia particularly timely for this
project, in view of the elaborate semi
centennial exercises planned for thl
fall and next spring. He said Omaha
ia just a little behind In these mat-
aifiutaae Rkua at 1A
h. Baemlailoe. Ueiaenda Jail
and Jaauatr. rVe sMrtaavae aa-
arll eel bvlieera- Madia
van hauk aa short at tee.
f Amelia aVearejrtt- Co., .
UUt ail a IHJUBiaa ... v......
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Vtotar Jokw " IT!?
' Higgle, far.haaa. ' f
..,h ..taat. aoulk el. ?m,ll'
K.t.ii, t'avta and wife t ileta a.
K 'a a in....... ' t ata,.
f i a.ra.t. weal aid, Ml I . ..
r aan.ua alealaaeer lilt kl4
Ant." have. .ta.ee
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Their limbs might be very well for
driving automobile s or playing golf
or for putting up on the porch balus
trade at the club. But for a faun I
No, indeed, them lintbs wasn't no
good at all.
So that's the situation now. This
brings us to our opening question.
Is there no man in Omaha whose
er limbs possess the shapely pul
chritude required in the faun?
We answer yes unhesitatingly,
spontaneously and without fear of
successful contradiction, (We are a
man.) We could mention several,
right off-hand, who would fill the
bill to perfection.
(Of course, ladies, some of us men
don't care to exhibit our figgers in
the publicity of such a spectacle as
you purpose to give, spechully in
such a ittitnodrst garb as trunks and
tunica, very short tunics, as we are
reliably informed, this faun will have
to wear. We Omaha men are too
modest, ladies. That's what's the
trouble. If this here faun, now, could
Just wear regular pants, why, some
of us would step forward and proffer
our services for the good cause. But
trunks and tunics, ah, sweet Modesty
raises her warning hand and we
shrink, blushing, away from the
ters of memoralir.ing iis heroes and
No definite plans have hern consid
ered, but the desire t to start with
memorials in honor of the soldiers,
sailors, pioneers and Abraham Lin
coln. The money yielded by the first
1-mill levy will not be available until
January I of next year.
Explanation is made that this mill
levy will not increase the taxes over
this vear's rate, inasmuch as various
items in this year's levy, necessitated
by reason of the dreater Omaha
mertrer. will not he repeated in the
next levy. These Items amounted to
about 3 mills,
Joe, Baby Bear, is
Sorry He Explored
loe. one ht the baby bears horn at
Rtverview nark three months ago,
sulfered a lacerated toe when lie
nlavfiillv extended the "Hunt hand
of fellowship" into an adjoining cage,
where abides a family of wolves.
Jpe is full of pep these spring
days, He was ambitious 10 extend
his acquaintance beyond the confines
of his home. He had considerable
fun poking a paw through the bars
of the wolves' cage and then with
drawing it quicker than you can say
"scat." He did it once too often. On
the last occasion one of the wolves
bit his toes and made him yell so
loud that he awakened the alligators.
Joe is now nursing hia sore ties in
a corner, and there isn't a peep es
capes him. He is noncommittal,
morose and sad. Park Commissioner
Hummel summoned City Veterina
rian Hall to attend the injured bear,
but Dr. Hall declined to enter the
bear enclosure unless assured that
Bessie, the mother bear, would look
with favor upon his professional
When Dr. Hall looked into the
bear pit and observed Bessie and the
father bear he remarked to Mr. Hum
mel; "You don't want a doctor, you
want Joe Steelier.'
Sound the Tocsin;
John 0, Wharton
Returns from East
That sound you heard like the dls.
tant rumblina of thunder or the fir
ing off of cannon was only John C
Wharton greeting the people of the
postoffice over whom he rules as
He arrived home from two weeks
in Washington and New York City
with Mrs. Wharton, and his greetings
to friends and employes boomed end
boomed and re-echoed all day
"I'm glad to be home," he said,
And he acted the part.
While in Washington he secured
authority to add two new carriers
and ten new mail clerks. These will
be appointed to the local staff as
soon a possible. The office haa been
In nd of them for some time, The
addition of this large number of
tlerk win bring some iron, tne watt
ing list to regular positions with only
one day as aubstitulrs, that one day
being served merely to comply with
Mr. and Airs. Wharton spent sev
eral day at While Sulphur Springs,
W. Va. Among those who signed the
register at the hotel there tn yeart
gone by were Henry Clay and sev
eral of the presidents of the United
Attempt to Hiflo
Safo is a Failure
SVim lima daring the night lb Krebb
Tranatar ccini(,any, $lt Howard atlwet,
wa anlara.1 by way of an nffln window
The prowler with lh aid pf block;
ad t ! nwae4 th from the ef
fti two lh rhouev hm the
I irne t lh "ana" upside town and trie
to gal the kitant tf (trying tic.. ! i it
tttu4tt. Th aiien.pt waa In aalii. ut
Itiay eeral. In mtn th aa' ant ijf
Th Iwiab Pi aiaJ. i tea tttioaam 4
Jna ttreet, wa . a ti't a I ,...! ra,a
al bv poiwiei. a aiiaia.l i.
taken Iruatt the itt.l ( the a..int
effv.v K..1M1 1 ef vain w ...a, i.a
NEBRASKA BAPTISTS TO
TRAVEL NORIH IM SPECIAL
fctiiw -eala ! I' a ? l h . i,
ai-4 a. ii-ai,ii.. w ,a-a Is be I
I,, ail..i..ai -i.a Wat tt l-a H ga .. t.
I- III '"' 1 a, 4, t,;l f a
a.il4i aa eav at a , I ia a , i ,
Mae) t-'- -.iHS) 1 ba Will la a1:.-.,!
I f Ui p. i
It 1 Hi.'al I'a t t a - . fti I',;' l-t
Wi't !' I m Mi. .tl 1
t!''l 1 14a) . .''.', fi- aaa .,!,.,,,
1 aa-tig 'la a ,t a..,,,,: I !. a t
(t.(i, a .. ;,i, it fa.. ,t. a
t la ! faiaj atataa'.a 'a . .-.,.
LAWYER SDES HIS
Wappich Wants Fees Which He
Might Have Made if Case Had
Not Been Taken from Him.
PARTNERS HAVE A FAILING OUT
A suit filed, in which a lawyer sues
his client for $200 because he took a
case out of his hands and gave it
to another law firm to handle, has
brought out the following story of
the tnixttp, in which druggist part
ners and attorneys are involved.
Chester A. Blake of 1417 Emmet
street has been ill and unfortunate.
He has also got into the hands of
lawyer. That doesn't mean that lie
could have kept out of lawyers'
hands, but he is worried.
Mr. Blake conducts a drug store
at 2W2 North Sixteenth street. He
had a partner, who furnished the
capital. Kir. Blake has had inflam
matory rheumatism, and has not been
able to attend to business as he
should. As a result, his business has
ren in peril. Mr. Jilake tells the
story of bis troubles as follows;
Had Palling Out.
"Because of my illne and inabil
ity lo attend to business my partner,
Fred r. .Stniih. atid I had a falling out
and 1 not a lawyer to straighten the
matter out. I engaged William I
Wappich of the New York Life
building. What I wanted was an in
unction to keep my partner from
keeping me out of the store. In
stead, Mr. Wappich fixed me up a
petition of another kind. I took It
lome and examined it, It seemed
faulty. It waa like the work of a
child. There were erasures and de
fect in if and I showed it to several
who didn't like it. The charge was
to be $50 besides cost of filing it in .,
court. Wappich said the costs would
be $15 or more. I went down to the
court house and found that the cost
of filing such a petition was limited
to $8. There was an overcharge of
7 right there, 1 told Wappich all
had was $1$ and gave him that.
Then my wife and I thought if he
had begun overcharging me that way
I couldn t tell what it would cost in
the end, so my wile told Wappich we
would not have the petition filed
now, but would let him know when
we wanted him. Then I put the mat
ter in the bands of the law lirm ot
)e Bord, 1'radenburg & Van Ora-
dil. The next thing I knew Wap
pich sued me for $200."
Lawyer Give Hia Side. '
Mr. Wappich tells his story as fol
lows: "Blake wag Involved in trouble
and wanted me to get him out; aug
vested receivership proceedings, etc.,
and talked about a suit for slander.
So I fixed up a petition which was 1-
a sort ot bill ot sale and receiver
ship proceedings. I went up to the
store and devoted considerable time
to the case. Blake claimed that the
company owed him $1,500 and his
$600 as bookkeeper. Blake was in
here tour times and his wile six
time talking about the matter. I
told Blake tne cost of filing the suit
would vary, It might be $8, $15 or
$25. It would depend upon what wa
put into it If receivership proceed
ing were involved there were cer
tain papers to be prepared which
would make the case cost more.
Then, if there was auit for slander
that would be extra. Blake paid me
$15 and I said I would take it on
account, and could not then tell what
the total cost would be. Then Mrs.
Blake came down and took the peti
tion away from me and gave it to
another law firm, i had sense
enough to get her signature for it,
however. 1 hey can't claim now that
I never prepared the petition. I
don't work for nothing, and think I
have a right to aay what my serv
ices are worth. I'm not a plumber
or a laboring man. I'm a lawyer. If
people use my legal services they
mtiit pay the price."
The hearing in the suit for $200 is
ordered for May 19.
"Tom fnllow who ehenr tcbavo will
iave te aim oareully. Thoi little
raa thine on th floor aw currfdor.
lot ornamnU. Tho Janitor In thl
mlldtng complain that that jury boxes
resemble hog-pen after moat of tho
lurle get through. Now, If you hoy
feel you mint hav a ohw of tobacco
in your faco tn ordr to properly admin
ltar Inatte. tak f"d aim In xpne
tnimUnf tuut try to mi th floor the
Thl waa th avdmonl tint, (vn, to
furore fn .Uatrhn court by th prealdtn.
udg tiit a new panel wa eworn in.
Jo Calabria, oualodun of th build
ing. y hi lariltor .port x tram
negligence on the fart of th Juror tn
lb rnatler of tobaoeo chewing.
They Just eh ear am pult lh trigger,"
Jo. -Some of 'm never ion
It her they're ehnottng, thy' hit ttm
Juilg n of these days If they ain't
GRAND ARM YMtOWEAR
SMALL SPRIQ OF EVERGREEN
A t official nMt Wi!it. p
l.aa . national ce,tary, Mhiri,',,
t-tte meaitbai vf h ,,.,
Armt r-' ft aaM'iann
aitt ui-n a v I af te,ren a,.r
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c,tt. i.1 t by t ii Ana,, nie
GOLFERS MAT STOP OVER
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