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TDK BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. MAY 29. 1016.
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3?ftl CTATE IMPROVED
6 llOMKS
ON F.ASY I 'A V. MK NT TLAN.
Miami, t-r , 43 uno I3S0 rush.
ii.ll '"on. S r., S2.4.in l:i0 caah.
S44 Marat.'. -r. Si!. Si I3O0 caah.
Sill N. 17th. T-r.. 2,ti')0 3i.O ial.
MI I.oitmip. -r ..,2;.n $:." cash.
N. JOth. 7-r., J "bi 1:!0 caah.
Jook theae over and ft ligation aiienle
to you. call, ohona or write and auk for
Mr. Olralni. I wilt be glad to ahow uu
tnrouah them.
HASTINGS & HEYDKN.
H14JlarnyHt. fy''T.
"GET ASTART ON $250, CASH
BALANCE AT $15 MONTHLY.
4 rooma, eatra lare;; a danily lot with
fin bearlne frutl; hnuae Id lino condition,
l'rlia l f. .". It will '.iiiy you to aoe
thla I'luaa" Hk fur lr '.m!iik
HASTINGS & lll-.YDK.W
1!4 Harney Wl. Tyler S " .
8AKETV KlltST.
I FOR HElAn bLK AMU SAKli
f Kllifc. AND TOHNADO INSoKAACt
8KB
i O'NKll.f It K. INS. AdKNCY.
j B4 Brnwlc. TliMlar BMr T'ler l4
THHKK i-ft7 Tola. U artiiltlon. near
j Franklin at heel, eultabl fur email hnmea.
if.O each; lha bunch for ll.ouO. Uuod
. iilaca to build four rotUfe.
OKOHI5K li VVAI, LACK. 614 Kenllne IlW
S' Konb.
l.MI'KOVI;!) lot at l.aurelta Addition, '
, und from corner, facee illtlor I'ark, Jf.ol
Crown I'olnt Av. Tree, rea huahea,
I alrtewalke. naved etreet, beautiful place lo
I hulld lolfal H272.
-lino a lot, my tcrma. nrr dint and Urover,
on mlln fiom car. Add rea Mra. 11. I
llawver. "Tlia Colbert." Photia Colfa J.'.J
i'AKTKK Lake t'luli Inl.Hry dalrahl. In
cluriln; fr-e life mcmheralilp lit the club.
Oeorife K Tlioin.anii, Walnut 14MI.
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Real Batata). Inaurance.
: tot Naville Hlk. Tel. Dutitr. 3Wi.
IlAH)AiNrt In rl tu and auraa.
; Culfa W.Z. after 11 a. ti,
' pi i l III I 'I I i II I ll II ' IT"' I"' l
I REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
Ihitk ramarkubi ; Inrraaaa In' fiKfO Want
Ada lan ba trarrd lo only on aourta
food naulia at Iraa oat than any aibar
Omaha paper.
12.S78 MORE
l'"ld Want Ada
alar, h and April than
1 aarna montba 1116
? hKMiiillMK Wll loralid on' Klurcnra
f boulnard. Want rciiii or vacant Iota.
! Addr.. 3 1 2.
WHAT HaVE you Oli'VO YOU WANTf
h- ua firat. W my hv Juat what
; you want. W Mil or trmla varythln.
f anywhcrs Chaa J. Hmitb. Tyler iM.
! 2 Ho. 1Mb. '
1 CAN ail I or xchnnc anythln you hnv
to offer. C i. Canavn. .McCaguo lild.
REAL ESTATE- SUBURBAN
n !.
"UTAItT" ViM K MOMK IN lilCNHONI
Mljy THIS UTI
110 00 down and IIUUi per month: prlca
alia, (MstZK; locut'd on lxeuat
t M. letwien C'lurh and liurnharn, not
far from arhool and cur Una. Una. Jt.
V rlalil. lio of rice. Omaha.
ount-ll Hlnffa.
TO lha Omaha peoplo huyinu houa'a In
tha wfiat and of Council liluffa, w hava
a rhidca Hal of iibw. moilnrn Wtial Knd
houaca and Iota and will uladly ahow
you anyllMi!.
1AT & IfKMB CO.
TaleiJuma Hit.
121 Prarl Ht. " Council Hluffa, la.
ONfiTblixkT 84 iotaT for aula In tha anuthurn
part of Counrll Hluffa, i hnap for caa' , or
will Irada for good mony-lnakln pic
, tura ahow. Information 1211 U. lutb Bl.,
t'oun. II liluffa.
Ownflra.
: DUNDEE
THE ONE BEST BUY
$5,250
Dl llvlnf room, dlnlnf room and kitch
en on flrat floor: 4 u manually food aliad
bedrooma and bath upatalra; attraotlva
arrangement; baauttful oak woodwork;
ona of tha boat locatlona In tha vlllafa;
full aouth front lot, fc ') a 1 a & ; ona blook to
ar Una. llnra la a practically naw, up-lo-dala
modern liouaa, which coat $t,UU0
to build on a lot worth 11,(00, to ba
had for tha coat of tha houaa alona. Mu.l
ba aold; wa want an of for; III a wonder
ful ihauca; now rantad at 10 par month.
1'oaaeaalon If daalrad.
ARMSTRONG-WALSH CO.,
Tylar 16a. a Moao Itldf.
$3,000
BEAUTIFUL DUNDEE
Two beautiful Durnlao Iota, 100xl?S,
Ire. t and alley paved and all paving
paid In full; located Juat right and other
advanlagaa which 1 will expltiln If In
iBrcaieil, .i00 caah, bulanca MM avery
niontlii till paid for; Mi per cant In
terceL Klogaut pluca lor fliia noma or
apartment.
I). IU0. SMIIiarn Colfas. 7IS-4 Kaeltna Bldf
Toft HALK Hy owner, oile of the Lnat
available Happy Hollow vacant Iota. Tleau
ilfully located; at an attractive price.
Telephone owner. IHiuglae 447.
'ROOM bouae with Bleuplng porch; oloaa
to aihonl; blKueat bargain In Liundea
Tel. Ilouglaa 26tB
Florence.
MakeKloreuIe your houin. T. L. Notboway
will ahow you the illy. Klorence 22
' M Uee llaileoua.
KoK HAI.K One. two or three acrea, one
half of each acre bearing orchard, on
l'ratt HI , one block enat of Krug I'ark;
paved alr.nl. Call Walnut lilt.
REAL ESTATEBUS- PROP'TY
V i It T UK A ST comer 2ll and " lavenport
Ma , Mite hcntints fur lluo per month.
I'rlie (i.6oo.
II A. 'Vdl.K,
f. 1 4 W ar. HI.K k. 1'r.llg
financial
Ileal relate- l.onne, Murlaaara.
MONK i'O LUA.V ON
A i rt in. ii I liouaxeia, dniil.le brick houaea
altiKl huuiwa, hualnraa ircierly at.d
latin landa at t. fHl. and
W. II TIIOMArt.
I-'. eel l ne IM.U Hoiiglna irtl
1,1. To e V lor l.iana on beat ciaaa clly
rei. Inure In Hiiiouma U. tip; alau
fait in Inaua H.-Ma.iiiatile coiiiiittaaiuna.
I'K'I I- It! THt'CT o. Ifi-; KariiHtn HI.
tiSI.AIIA homea l nt Neluaakit Inrma
OKIt.KK HKAl. KblATi: CO,
lli .imalia Nat rhnna I'oiiaiaa J'U
lluNKY to loan "O Improteil farina and
rancliea We ala toy ;:tal farm morl
i Klka Inv I n, Omaha
k. 41. I I A t iu e ai p. i cut a-e
1 til ik a i u
II Ol.taha Nl liank
N or-i, A i
VV T tiHAMAM
Hr K HI I'O
UmSM 1 LOAN fui I yeaie.
,h Moi'.v.d pf'Hoaa
miMi i v a en ii, .4 4 at
In Si.l xii Iil I i a n.
- faon l.ana II VV I lluler lily
s.m.ii.ki a Iv, Ig
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KUI ESIAU WA,UD
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
4 oloruilo X.Hllila,
lOI SALIi Oil KXCir ANCJK Thr-" E-arre
fruit ranchea at Canon City, Colo. Two
cloaa In, highly Improved. Full bearing
orcharda, worth l-O.UflO cash. Will ex
changa for Iowa or eaainrn Nobraaka
aiock and grain farm. Will pay aoma dlf
fireni ". Write for dcacrtptlon. Lock liux
. Wlnteraet, la
lil'V now th"aei iloTi 3-11-at, Weld county,
Colorado. 14 per acre. Owner, Fred Utile,
Lincoln, III.
liial I.anila.
KXTRA!40-ai re I'oitawattamle county
farm near 1'erala, very fine, $150, for
Omaha clear Income
J. A. A1JHOTT. Attorney-at-law. Omaha.
Mlnnraota I.Mrdaj
ioTTo-Tm" 160 acuks good, hi-avy aoii,
well aettled part of Todd county, Minn.;
good roada, achoola and rhunhra; price,
IIS to 1:0 per acre; terma, II par acre
raah, balan'-a II per acre a year: 1,000
acrea to aelect from: agen'a wanted; will
make low railroad rate to triepect.
KCHWAH IIIIOH.
Wit Plymoulli lijdg., Mlrmeapolle. Mlnn
ailaaourl lMlilla.
fllKAl1 FAI1MH Any elM. enay terma. In
the beautiful Or-arka of Dent county. Mo.
W. H Frank, 201 Neville lllock. Omaha
Miniliina I, mida.
( AN Tin atu" you on a good homcatoad of
3:0 ai rea, Jli per cent plow land, near
timber, In a well watered country; good
graaa, good aoll; ID to 20 rilttca from
town at prenent. Alao have aomn email
Irrigated rancheg In Knot llllla, Improved
with building corrala, eacL running
from lo 126 per acre, with flneat out
alde range, on eaay payment, liox 313,
lilllon, Mont.
i-hrnak l.nnila.
IMi'ilOVKI) 0-ai rn farm near Lincoln, 1126
per. ltalyea Clifford, HI Kaluga llldg.,
Omaha. Neb.
lMrHVKl"rae7m Meliraeka i'-B. farm
cluan to good town, and 7-room realdence
In Omaha. Want ino-a. farm In Ne
braaka or northnaat Kanaaa. Addreaa 1
211. Hee.
yoll HALK Jif acree, all inline aouth of
lllg rlprlng, Neb. Level land, t'rlee
per acre, 11. M. Adama, Murrla, Minn.,
owner.
lo" ACIIKmT "liiiproved,"niua't"" bo aold dur
ing May liox If I. Ilroken How, Neb.
ami III lliik.iln l.miila.
KOR HALK--KIX KLK'iANT Ql-ARTKRH In
Hplnk county, each nearly all umler culti
vation. No bulldliiga. I Ml per acre If
botiRht before June 16. Terme about half
caah. Worth twbe aa much. Vou will
buy If you aee them. Will laannhuih,
owner, lleilflelil, H. ll.
MlarfllniK-iiiia,
AltK yoi' (ioINU TO HUY I.ANU?
If an, ft a copy of our Journal flrat.
It haa landa, city proparfy and atockt
of gnoda ailverllaerl from nearly aver
ainte. rlo that you ran find Juat what
you wlali In tta columng. ICafubllalird
l yaara, reaching 7,(iW reader! 8end
tic tor ona yrar a aubacHptlun or tl for
flv yaara.
r'AKM AND ItKAL KTATB JOUBNAL,
TKAKK. IOWA. .
VAIiMH. a-reaue and city property for
axle and exchange). C. It. Comba, au
Urandc a Theater llldg. Iioug '
FARM LAND WANTED
II A VK caah buyera for two or thrae medium
alxed farme In weat Iowa or eaat No
braaka Thomaa Campbell, Knellno Hldg
H 0 RH1LV
far al.
TTAYr; M a Ton A " W vCaKtierTwii J UL
THK remarkable Increuaa In HKK Want
Ada can ba traced to only one aourcn
good raaulla at U-aa coal than any other
Omaha paper.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
BILKO CHIO KOOO
Mado of purs grain, neat In tha mnr
k.t. If your denier doc not hitndle It
go to A, W. WAUNt-K, 801 N. loth Hi.
IiOHitlaa XW.
i'lOKONa pay far batlar than VhickeTna;
alwaya penned up; little apacs needed to
atari; frea book explain all. Mejcatlo
Hiuab Co., Lept. ill, Adl, la.
the little color changing pet. Idas Qela-
ler Hlrd Co., 1117 Kunmin Ht.
Krreenluga 11 25 par 100 Ilia S01 N Uth Ht.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
p. iJ10. liOl Karnam.
Kord roa deter.
leo touring.
ll Mtiwtu
Jill Regal,
t Overlande.
J14 Maxwell.
lll Maxwell.
r'alge louring.
Hluilebaker "I."
4 Kurd touring and roadatera.
Look theae bargalna over.
C. W. Trancis,
illl Farnam.
Dougla III.
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE.
Fpeciul rata for liability Inauranca on
Ford cars. Including property rial. ea,
fJt, fire and theft at loweat ratea
KII.LY. EU.IS ft TIIOMI'SON,
913-14 City Nat Hunk llldg. L'uug. mi.
VOlKia CAR FINK CONDITION,
Hun 6.200 nillea,
Three extra cealnge A good buy.
NEBRASKA 13U1CK AUTO CO..
1114 farnam St. 1'hone loug. 721.
THS AUTOMOIUHC VVONUKK.
Make a ton truck out of your Ford
car. ICvervbudy la Luying llila "Korm
a Truck." It olva vour delivery prob.
lent and aella Ilka wild fire. Agent
wanted. Kit particular aee or writ
1QH N'OllN-IIA VV iQ.'TH I'll.. IfiSI N Intl.
VB will trade you a new Kurd for your
old ona.
IMU'STRIAL OA1IAOK CO..
JJCth anil Harney Dmii .
Vofcll UK lAltifiA7Na AT "
MIKI IIV tlllKIKN AUTO CO,
til Ift-IK Knrnnm Ht
Mcetrtt aut..i..i.ltte.
Walter Anilci am., exp't rep g cl.-cirlc
blterln, hHirage. e-'-al Karnam. Ii. 43U.
Alilu 'I I rea nmt ant,e.
IhiN T throw away old Urea Wn rnaai
ona new tiro front 7 old one and va
you tf. i In 1 Vuluimxtiig Co. 1M4
laveiiairl fl , lniiihn. Neb. luug, 2'lt,
Al'TO Tilt KB
IHIHI'll.T $ im l o I.. (VI
ni'ii tiki-; rn, uh t'bicf i st,
'lllir. J'HJ. In 7a. 3cJ '-,. ti .! 1'lh.tm,
It, prM-,rlli'n Titae tirc aia new, fn(
Uaa Hie I'uiiUa rile Co., rafuaill
41 iMuglee 4,
Aato ReiialrlHai ail Palalleiej.
KKM. Auto lle l alur Id pair t..-rt vnl
price 1-ii.H. .la M. ;-'i It .. I. , ,
hi nwaid f..r .' to i. .ill ri.ir,
i nl a tepti.'-d I .) nrfi r, 3 0 N I'M
JOK mi tll'HV Auto iig, u k Jt-
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LODGE ROOM NEWS
OF GREATER OMAHA
South Omaha Camp of W. 0. W. En
tertains Members With Old
Fashioned Party.
PROGRAM OF MUSIC GIVEN
One of the pleasing entertainments
of the season was triven on last Tues-
ilay evening; hy Soutli Omaha Camp
No. Zl 1, VV. (J. VV., when it entertain
ed its members and their families with
real old fashioned proKrain. Some
excellent musical selections were ren
dered.
Kosciuzko Camp No. 3.-2 will meet
at Woodmen of the World Hall,
Twenty-seventh and L streets, on
Sunday, June 4, at 2 o'clock, for in
itiation. This camp has increased in
membership from seventy-one to
more than one hundred mernliers in
fifty days.
Columbus, .No. (f), will meet on
Sunday, June 4, at 12 o'clock at
Prague hall, Thirteenth and William
streets, to transact its regular month
ly business.
J'lorencc .No. SO.i will meet on
Thursday cvcriing, June 1, at city hall,
rlorencc, to transact its regular
monthly business. At the close the
protection degree will be conferred
upon a number of candidates.
Hungarian J'etofi .No. 47J will meet
TSi.;-: 'ar
1 Jli GROTTE BROTHERS CO. 12L L
j General Distributors Omsht, Nebrtska I -i
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This wonderful m otion picture success enters upon its
second big week, its second pulsating chapter today. Again tre
mendous crowds will sit amazed at the startling climaxes, the mighty thrills
enacted by Thomas Chatterton and Juanita Hansen, the popular co-stars
and the strong company supporting them.
Smashing Scenes That Hold
Great Throngs Spellbound!!
Chapter Two of "The Secret of the Subnarine" is a remarkable
production in itseltl
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KtpLiiuku hi nun uriuuiiuiii events uuukr mill f?"
nvir the. a Yfm rmamKe the l.rrl. .m T-
fic ending of Chapter One) The sub
marine was going down the occupants
faclntr death! Today,
gins at that point
Starts With the
Fierce Undersea
Struggle Today!
The first flash on the
screen shows the doomed
illvr boal, the rising water
lit the cabin, the terrific
struggle fur life hundreds u(
(eel down la the ocean! What
can save the submarine?
Will the Inventor he mys
teriously murdered anJ the
"secret" tSiariear I S"e the
aiu'ir today at your favor
He theatre. Head K. Ales.
nder I'owell's novr tlielluit
of" The Secret of the Sub
marine" la this tie wspartcr.
See "The Secret of the
Submarine" TODAY
At These Theatres:
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1 mXvUhi ' -."54 3'
( . w I wm Ma till
VT'Vi
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4 ar
at North hi.'tcciith street, iinn-
lav rvcnititr to tilan a camoaieii for i
Mll
new members. Anton Adler, clerk, is
anxious tor a larger mcmncrsnip.
The first of a series of summer pic
nics to be given by Alpha ( amp No.
1, will be held today at Fontenelle
park, for Alpha C amp members, their
families and friends. Many contests
for prizes arc scheduled so that all de
siring to enter can do so.
Woodmen Circle Notes.
Welcome drove will entertain the
children of the members of its circle
and Druid ( amp at Druid hall, on
Saturday afternoon, June .3. These
entertainments are given annually.
'The female epiartet, recently organ
ized in Welcome Grove, is proving
very popular.
K. and L. of Security.
Omaha Council No. 2'V5 of the
Knights and Ladies of Security will
give a shadow party at Myrtle hall,
Fifteenth and Douglas streets, May
each lady furnishing lunch for
two.
Maccabees.
Omaha Review No. 46, Maccabees,
give a dance at Ancient Order of
United Workmen hall Saturday even
ing, June .5.
Brotherhood of American Yeoman,
Last Wednesday evening Omaha
Homestead No. 1404 gave a free dance
to its members. Next Wednesday
evening the homestead will give a box
social in its hall in Labor Temple for
the benefit of the drill team. Miss
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MUTUAL SPECIAL FEATURE
D A Y-See Chapter Two
of The Film Novel of the Hour!
Presented by American
It alone represents a tortune
1' . i 1 jrr
ChaDter Two be. . .. a'Ci
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a,. f V !-( ik). es)l'.W . cl.4 t
M!t, tHafM, aa.i1 JKM 1,
Het the Story in Th
OMAHA DAILY BEE
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A4'ti f 4Vei
rA-.. ... , , um iam
juiuan, ;"v , 1 "
anxious to net the team m shape to
win the nrst prize at tne state con
clave in North Platte, nxt April.
Mrs. Dellone, Lady Rowena of the
lodge, is planning a series of enter
tainments for the summer months
which will be unique in Yeomen cir
cles. Amos E. Henely Corres has
accepted the invitation of Fremont
homestead, Fremont, Neb., to deliver
the Yeomen memorial address at Fre
mont. It is expected that a large
delegation will go from here if the
(weather is favorattlc.
j Modern Woodmen.
Pi, k M. camp, Modern Woodmen
I of America held its regular meeting
i at the camp's club room, 218 Hee
j building, Tuesday evening, May 23.
j After disposing of the regular busi-
ness, a good fellowship meeting was
. held and enjoyed by all. Neighbors
red Dickinson, v.. II. Miller and r.
I. DcVal were present and favored
the camp with short talks.
Tribe of Ben Hur,
The regular meeting of the Mecca
Court No. 13 was enjoyed by all
present. Ten new applications were
read
The chorus work is progressing
rapidly under the direction of Sister
Alice McKenzie. Thursday evening,
June 1, will be an open meeting for
the members and their friends.
Steel Work on Bank
Building is Now
Almost Finished
The steel skeleton of the new First
National bank building, Sixteenth and
Farnaiii streets, is now the full four
teen stories high.
This steel work, which is vr-ry
nearly completed, has progressed
with remarkable dispatch. Better
equipment for handling steel con
struction has probably never been in
operation in Omaha. During the
early nart of the week, the steel work-
i ers 'iiit work during one afternoon,
jit was said by some they had merely
quit for the want of the nccessiarv
material to work with for one-half
day. Hy others it was said they had
quit because of a police demonstra
tion made there when some of the
striking building laborers had stepped
into the building and created some
thing of a disturbance.
At any rate, it is now given out
that tire strike is not to affect the
steel work on this building, and that
this part of it is soon to be finished.
Hoot he Your l ough and Cold,
Ir. Hell' l'lne-Tar-Honey aoothe the
raw epota, eaaea rough, kill cold germ. 2(o.
All drugglat. Advertleement.
Film Company, Ino.
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H.,1 ea,ra aearoet
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Chicago Man Named
Chief Inspector For
The Hay Market
I. C. Pederson. of Chicago, is to be
the chief hay inspector for the new
Omaha Hay market. He was chosen
by the special committee of the
Omaha Hay exchange, and is to
come to Omaha soon, after spending
a few weeks in Kansas City getting
acquainted with the methods used
there.
Mr. Pederson has been chief dep
uty hay inspector on the Chicago
market for three years, and secre
tary of the Chicago Hay Receivers'
association for the same length of
time.
Standing committees of the Omaha
Hay exchange for the year havt been
appointed and approved as follows:
JIAHKIvT IlKPOItTH
B. A. Knaiui, chair- .1. J. Wei.h,
man; N.n Paraona,
, co.Mpr.AlNT.
J, .vr Welsh, chair- .1 A. Ninon,
man; .1 M llyland,
ArtlilTltATIoN
M. J. HyUii'l, chuir-lv d Ami,
man; 11. Koley,
W. T llurnr, (1 K, lluller.
INI'Ki'TlOX, IJHAIiKM AM) UVUKU
!' I'. Drown, chair- W. K. Uopklnn,
man; A A. Nlaon.
WKIOMT.
Nela Paraona, chair- ti. K. lluller,
man; ('. 1,. Weekra,
ft. M. Tyaoii. I', M. Illcc.
TltANI'OltTATION.
C. if. I'lckena, chalr-A. A. Ninon.
man; A. C. Hmllh,
R. K. Hrown, J A. Humlerlaml,
I.uiher lirnlie, Nela l'illke,
K. .1. Karrlngton, J. M. tVelnh,
V. W, .luilaon, K. M. Wealhrook.
K. A. Knapi.
Dress Reform in
Local Swedish
Singing Society
Cream colored serge trousers, blue
serge coat, soft white shirt, navy blue
four-in-hand' tie. How is that for
comfort snd appearance in a mass
chorus of 500? When the local Swed
ish Singing society "Nordcn" recent
ly submitted this to a referendum
vote of the American Union of Swed
ish Singers, as a substitute for the
regulation full dress, which has been
in vogue at all forme, festivals, the
singers with one accord answered in
the affirmative.
The singers will make their initial
appearance in this unitorm at the
festival concerts at the Omaha Audi
torium, June 19 and 20. Iiesides being
pleasing to the eye, and giving a
measure of comfort to those on the
concert stage, the uniforms should
make a striking appearance in the
parade schedule for Monday after
noon, June 19,
Deputy Sheriffs '
Bring Home Fish
One doesn't need expensive flics
and paraphernalia, nor even a long
railroad ticket, to catch fish, declares
Deputy Sheriff Ed Palmer, who is go
ing about exhibiting a snapshot of
himself and four friends carrying 125
big fish caught near Elk City.
"All you need is to know how to
catch "em," Palmer advises,
"Andhave plenty of bait," added
Deputy Bill Hogan, who was a mem
ber of the party.
"Be sure to carry your bait in a
jug," put in Deputy Jim Lindsey, who
also helped betray the fish. George
Moore and Chris Christcnscn were
the other members of the party.
According to the picture, the fish
range in size from a senegambian
seam squirrel up to the length of a
period between drinks when it's
George Moore's turn to buy.
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Changes and Improvements
In Passenger Service
Effective June 4th, 1918
TRAIN NO. 5 "Chicago-Omaha Limited" will leave Chicago
at 6:15 p. m. instead of 6:00 p. m., arriving at Omaha
at 8:00 a. m., as heretofore; it will be operated into
Omaha over the Plattsmouth bridge and our westside,
line, carries the Observation-club car, with lounging
room for women.
TRAIN NO. It "Chicago-Omaha-Denver Limited" will leave
Chicago 5:30 p. m., arrive Omaha at 7:00 a. m.. via
Council Bluffs, and leave at 7:10 a. m. for the West;
carries the sun-parlor lounge car.
TRAIN NO. 10: "Atlantic Express" from Denver (with No.
44 from the Northwest), will be operated through
Omaha, arriving here at 1:00 a. ni.. leaving at 1:10 a.
m., arriving Chicago 2:30 p. rn.
TRAIN NO. 3t For Denver and the Pacific Coast will leave
Omaha at 4:30 p. m instead of 4:20 p. m.
TRAIN NO. 41 "IlurHngton-Nfrthern Pacific Kxpress" will
leave Omuha at 4:15 p. m.; passengers for l.oatriee and
Wymore should take this train from Omaha (not No. 3
at 4:30 p. m.) in order to connect in Lincoln.
TRAIN NO. 42 1 "Hurlington-Northern PaeiiU Kxpross" from
the Northwest will leave Lincoln at 1:15 p, m. and ar
rive Omaha at 2:50 p, in.
TRAIN NO. 20i Morning train for Kan.san City, will leave.
Omaha earlier at lHK" a. ni. instead of 1:15 a, m.
TRAIN NO. 22 1 Night train for Kai.-.i City, will h ave Omaha
earlier at 1 1 :i" p. m infteud nf 11 :0. p. in.
TRAIN NO. Oi "Colorado Limited," from Omaha ot 12:2o a.
rn. (Omaha-Deliver nleeur ready at 10:U p. m ) ; hi
la night train fr Denver, Colrad' Ipnnv. I -U
I'ark and itV.ent'r Colorado.
TRAIN 9-43 1 Vrom Omah.i at J2"2i a. m.. "Northwe-t L.
pr.-. si" NKW SL'RVICi: rOU Dol't.LAS AND CAN.
Ilk. wyo. south rL.vni: vaim.. omaha
cam'i.i: M.Li:n.u lkadi at d.o p. m.
"Hut lirtitonCre Northern frre,M fir It -ft
4th, plfrt ee
f.irruti-.m, etc,
CITY TICKET Or HCF,
rrnam nJ I6th Sli. Phooeii and D'J'.W,
j Eight Billion of
I Dollars Held by
The Reserve Banks
Washington, May 28. Resources of
nearly $8,000,000,000. a new high rec
ord, was held by the national banks
in the central reserve and reserve
cities of the country on May 1, comp
troller Williams announced tonight.
He issued this statement:
"The abstract of conditions of all
national hanks in the central reserve
and reserve cities as of May 1, shows
that their resources have reached an
other high water mark, total resources
being reported at ?7,976,00,),0)0, an
increase of $259,000,000 over the call
of March 7-
"The deposits in the national banks
were $(1,593,000,1)00, an increase of
$249,000,000, while loans and dis
counts increased onlv $48,000,000 or
from $4,164,000,0(10 to $4,212,000,000 on
Mya 1. In the central reserve cities
of New York, Chicago and St. Louis,
deposits increased $186,000,000, while
there was an actual reduction in loans
for the period of over $24,000,000. In
reserve cities deposits increased $62,
(100,000, while loans increased over
$7J,ooo,ooo.
ML ST. MARY'S EXERCISES
TO BE HELD ON JUNE 12
The commencement exercises of
Mount St. Mary's seminary will be
held at the ( reighton auditorium
Monday, June 12, at 3 o'clock in the
afternoon. Rt. Rev. Monsignor A. M.
Colaneri will preside.
The following arc the Members of
the 1916 graduating class: Miss Helen
Russell, Miss Mary Lowry, Miss Es
ther Daniels, Miss Catherine Smith,
Miss Hernadcttc Martin, Miss Mayme
Foley,, Miss Frances Mostyn, Miss
Helen Gustason and Miss Margaret
Heavican.
On the day preceding the com
mencement Miss Helen Rosenbituin,
a graduate in music, will give a piano
recital at the Creighton auditorium.
The program will start at 3 o'clock.
DANIEL DWYER LOSES
MONEY TO ROBBER
While walking down South Twelfth
street last night, Daniel Dwycr, 1145
North Eighteenth street, was ac
costed by a stranger who afterward
strong-armed him and robbed him of
$5 in money and a bill book contain
ing some valuable papers.
The man has made his getaway and
has not been found as ye,t.
CASTELLAR YOUNG PEOPLE
WIN OUT IN BIBLE CONTEST
A scriptures' contest between the
South Side United Presbyterian and
the Castelar Presbyterian churches
was held Friday evening in the latter
church. Over 900 Biblical verses were
j quoted by the contestants, who were
members ot the junior classes, and
the contest was won by the Castelar
young people.
To tha Public.
"I have been using Chamberlain's
Tablets for indigestion for tho past
six months, and it affords mo pleas
ure to say I have never used a remedy
that did me bo much good." Mrs. C.
E. Riley, Illion, N. Y. Chamberlain's
Tablets are obtainable everywhere.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
personalTparagraphs.
Omahan who are recent arrlvala at th
lloyal hotel In Kxcelalor Hprlnga are Mra.
O, A. Lower, A. H. Howard, Mr. J. K.
Rrllly with Mr. A. M. I'elera of Kanaae
City.
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Smnl; Oinaha-.Northw -! !m t r rvudy at
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