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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. APRIL 10. 1917.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert service: prompt attention. Your
moving, your picking, your storage.
Main Office, Central Furniture 8tora,
17th and Howard. Tel. D. !7S.
Van and two man,
11. 2 S per boar.
Van and Storaga Co., Movl- f, Packing.
8 tort re and Shipping. Phone Dour. 1496.
FIDELITY ffi FREE
Phona Douglas tl for compjet
Hat vacant houses and apart
menu. Alio for storage, movlnr.
16th and Jackion 8ta.
Separate locked room a for household
roods and pianos; moving packing and
OMAHA VAN AND 8TORAOB CO..
SOJ go. lfith St. Douglas 4161
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real aervlea In moving, packing and
storing, call Ty?r 230 or Dougla 4338.
TWIN CITY EXPRESS CO., 1623 Cass Sl
Douglas 1717. Trunks stored a specialty.
real estate improved
CATHEDRAL district, elegant lot. north
west corner 41st Ave. and Chicago; paved
street; seven-room house and garage.
Price, 14.000, or will accept reasonable
cash offer. Phono "Walnut 1015.
Nlea lot In West Farnam. district. F.
P. Wead, 810 South 18th St., Wead BIdg.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION"
AT 4219 N. 24TH ST.,
Tuesday, April 10, at 2 in the After
bIbp 60x124 foet.
house and lot.
Thl Is a great opportunity for a man
with a little money to pick up a rear bar
gain. This property la one block south of
Ames Ave. car 'barn. Ideal for rooming
house, and good rental property.
One-third cash, balance easy terms.
Don't fail to attend this sale, for the
above property will absolutely bo sold to
the highest bidder. .
JAMES L DOWD, Auctioneer.
MINNE LUSA IS LOOKING
Do you want to get out of that flat?
if so, let us show you this beautiful 7-r.
ftml-bungalow. It la built for a home;
has all the style, comfort and accommo
dation one may desire.
Let us drive you out to sea this place
soon. The price la right and terms more
BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
iois-1 w. o. w. Bidg. poug. als.
" NEAR MILLER PARK
PRICE ONLY $3150
Brand new five-room semi bungalow,
oak finish, fireplace, bookcases, buffet,
cabinets in kitchen, two nice bedrooms
with double closets. J"ull cement base
ment, on block to park and Miller park
schoot, t blocks to car. $650 down and 626
per month. Lot 424130.
OSBORNE) REALTY CO.,
701-8 Omaha Nat. Bank. Tyler 496.
DANDY NEW BUNGALOW.
Living room, dining room, kitchen, pan
try, two nice bedrooms, bath room, linen
closet, stairway to floored attic, oak finish
In living rooms, all modern, east front lot,
located high and sightly, just west of
Deaf and Dumb Institute and south of
Fontenolls park. Price 13,400; terms to
C, G. CARLBERG, REALTOR,
810-311 Brandels Theater BIdg.
' FOR SALE.
7-r. house, fully modern, on 32d and
owiewn Ave. xnis is a snap at 13,950,
Terms very easy. Doug. 3600.
W. 8. FRANK, 201 Nevip Blk.
RKST BrSTIT TO 1 run n fnn "
The reasons for the growing popularity
nu, m nti oi xo per
When you want both of the above
CALL TYLER 1000.
Strictly modern 6 -room bouse, near
Prettiest Mile; close to car; oak finish
medium Use lot; snap at $3,650. Good
BIG 4 REALTY CO..
1018-H W. O. W. Bidg. Doug. me.
r"tv. room,, atrlctly modern, finished In
Oak: lOratAri at 303, ltf qoi. a.
13,160. Terms. Will take email cottage
NORRIS A, NrvRnrn
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas ,27,
ll.o CASH, ,211.60 per mo. buya a brand
, new bungalow of t rm. and bath, oak
nn sh, high-grade natures, furnace heat,
full baaement; lot 60x130 ft.l 1 bit to
car and echool. Prlca $2,800.
KA3P BROS., 210 Keeling BIdg. Ty. 721
lOR SALE Our coxy cottage on Carter
lake, dimension 18x27, 2 porches, equip
ped with screens, awning and shutters;
furnished for small family; will consider
small auto in good running order. Call
SEVEN-ROOM strictly modern house, near
ly new, opposite Sacret Heart academy;
flna location; walking distance high
FOR SALE 7 -room modern house. In good
condition, on a 50-foot south front lot,
$2,860; cash or terms. Box 289$, Bee.
8-ROOM new bungalow, story and balf,
" .lorm jsin. Kea igi.
7-R. HOUSE, bargain."
H. 4711, at once.
SOUTH SIDE BARGAINS.
6-room house, electric lights, garage,
chicken house, 3 blocks from car line:
6- room house on paved street, 7 blocks
from 24th and N Sts.; $1,560.
7- room modern house, on paved street
and car line, close In; $2,600.
6-room modern house, on 24th St., oak
finish downstairs; $3,600.
New 7-room modern house, one block
from car line; $600 cash and balance
One acre with building, ltf blocks from
ear line, a fine acre on Vest L St.; $1,600.
J. H. KOPIETZ,
4733 S. 24th Ht.
A GENTLEMAN'S HOME ,
Overlooking Hanscom Park. Plot 160x
140. Contains twelve large rooms, three
baths with toilets. Innumerable closets
and pantries; steam heat, seven fireplaces
n.nd finished In oak and mahogany. Price
$11,000 and only $2,600 cash required.
SOTJTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., INC.
4921 1. 24th St Phone South 1247.
MODERN BUNGALOW '
Flvs large rooms and bath, all on one
floor, oak finish, bookcases, colonnade, buf
fet, French doors to sun room, full floored
attlo and cement baaement. This Is
brand new and built by day labor through
out, .finest of fixtures, hardware and
shades. If you want a real home let us
show you this.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
TM-1 Omaha Nat. Bank. Tyler 4K.
I REAL HOME of 6 rooms, finished In
quartersawed oak, fireplace. Everything
absolutely the best money could buy, cor
ner lot, close to Windsor school and West
Sid Park car. . I need money. $4,260
will get you this fine home. The house
woum cost yon that much to build. Rea
sonable terms. 132$ Arbor St
Stucco construction, $ large light rooms.
Oftk floors, oak and enamel finish. Price
' in, 800, Easy terms. Another new build
ing for $8,660. ' Call Douglas 1722 days.
v ainui ivNu eventngs.
J. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Insur
ance. 443 Bee Bids Douglas 9097.
WORLD REALTY CO..
R. 8. TRUMBULL.
1101 lat Sfat'l Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'ness IVpty
H. A. wbLF." Real tor. Ware Blk., Specialist
in downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE Investments
Seven Rooms, modern
It Is hard to find a good, house within
walking distance, so don't lose any time
seeing this property. Owner la leaving
city shortly and has put a price on this
property that makes it a good investment.
Price -$3.60. Can bo handled on reason
HIATT COMPANY, ,
245.7-6 Omaha Nat Bank, t Tyler 0.
1$ PER CENT INVESTMENT.
Four 6 -room and one 7 -room modern
houses. In the center 'of the residential dis
trict ef the South Side (or $9,750. Half
cash. Rent for $110 monthly and never
vacant. Will trade the lot for a large,
modern, imposing residence.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO..
4925 So. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
$75,000 Income 18 per cent; one year
old; very Una location; mortgage I2&.000
and will accept $20,000 In trade; bal
ance cash or negotiable papers.
CALKINS & CO.,
Douglaa 131$. City Nat. Bank Bldg.
7 GUARANTEED YOU
On your money in any amount by
HOME BUILDERS, Inc.,
SEE I'S FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY A SON,
20 First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
FOR BALE OR TRADE.
Will trade a modern frame business
building in center of the shopping district
on the South Side for Nebraska land. The
store on the first floor rents for $26 and
the fiat upstairs for $1$ monthly. Valua
tion In trade, $4,600. No boot money paid.
Particulars only at our office and no in
formation given through phone.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4925 So. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
CLOSE IN FLATS FOR -AND.
Two good strictly modern St. Louis
flats, Income $960 per annum. Price, $10,
000, Mortgage, (3,200. Owner wants land
not too far from Omaha.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO..
381 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douglas 420.
CLOSE, IN FLATS FOR LAND.
Two good, strictly modern St. Louts
fiats, income $960 p'er annum. Price $10,
000. Mortgage. $3,200. Owner Wants land
not too far from Omaha.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO.,
tOl-tmiaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douglas 420.
16 ACRES, Florence city limits, all cult.
Fine fruit, asparagus beds, etc. A pro
ducer from the start. Exch. up to $3,
600 for mod. house in Omaha, Price $10,-
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
929-30 City Nat. T Doug. $163.
X HAVE three highly Improved farms In
the vicinity of Watertown, 8. D. Black
anil, clay subsoil. Corn and alfalfa land.
Get my prices, let me show you photo of
the buildings. D. T. jaauuer, ivoj unnni
National. Phone Douglas 110.
FOR SALE or Trade, choice 160-acre Gage
county farm, improved; 120 acres under
plow; 1 miles from town and school,
ARCHER REALTY CO.,
680 Brandels Bldg. '
GOOD seven-room all modern house for
sale cheap or trade for smaller house or
vacant lot. eons Hamilton, cnone even'
Ings, Walnut 608.
We have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or Iowa land. Edward F.
Wi I llama Co., Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
LOT BARGAIN $6Q0
Two very fine lots in Montclair Addi
tion on Lafayette Ave. Non-resident own
er will sacrifice for quick cash eerie at
price less than sold for when addition was
first platted. Immediate action required.
, GLOVER & SPAIN (Realtors),
Dou glas 8962. 919-20 City National.
AFTER looking at MINNA LUSA 200 dlf
ferent buyers decided that It was tbt best
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment by buying lota.
IF YOU will coma out today you will
' understand why the others art buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
741 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
MINNE LUSA Nice lot on Titus Ave., near
24th St., an be bought at a bargain; tbla
lot must do soia. nee me quic. v.. ,
Grlmmel. 849 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE 8 acres in north part of town
for $1,000 an acre. 2304 Webster, uoug
TWO lots, one near Forty-first and Emlle,
and one near 48th and Itard. Both for
$1,060. F. D. Wead, 810 S. 18th St.
BEAUTIFUL ot lots, tie $30, only
$3 oasn ana do, cents per wee, voug. .
i i i
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
AN ACRE OF LAND
FENCED CHICKEN TIGHT
Poultry House Incubator
25 BLOODED CHICKENS
Located west of Benson on 16th St..
south of macadam pavement, poultry
house now being built Large and com
modious Will furnish 160-egg Incubator,
26 blooded chickens Barred Rocks or
White Leghorns). Price $2,400, $240
cash, $22.76 per month. Call Tyler 60
and ask for Mr. Manville.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1814 Harney St. Five Phones Tyler 60.
HOUSE located In Benson Gardens; also 1
acre tract strictly modern; two rooms
finished In oak, two rooms and bath in
tile; chicken house 10x16. Webster 6331.
8 rooms, strictly modern, full J-story
home. Living room, dining room, kitchen
on first floor, finished In oak; 1 bedrooms
and bath on second floor, finished In white
enamel and oak floors: full cement base-
ment; furnace heat; lot 60x160; on paved
street We have this listed at a bargain
figure. ( .
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
6,87 Omaha Nat1 1 Bk. Bldg.
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
em, attractive homes. Before buying
be sure and see
GEORGE & CO..
DUNDEE homes and homes! tes. Shuler A
Cary, 201 Keellne Bldg.
6-ACRB blk., Falracre and Brownell Hall
district. Snap. C. J. Canan.
tORENCE Real Eetate Co., Phone F)o. $03.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
THE FINEST NEW RESIDENCE
on the South Sid from any ansrle. Inside
or out Modern to the minute. Brick
veneer. Full oement basement and fin
ished attlo. Enameled tuna 8n laundry,
with washer operated by eleotrie power.
Hot water heat furnished by oil burner
furnace. Bath room $xl0, tub and shower,
completely tiled. 10 rooms, S alone cost
$687 to finish and decorate. Interior oak
finish. Sun parlor and screen porchea
New brick garage with concrete runway
Plot 60x160; beautifully lawned. Built
by the owner at an original cost of $14,000.
Ha sold his business interests here, de
sires to leave the stats and directs us to
sell for $12,600. Any reasonable down
payment accepted. Listed exclusively
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., INC.
4935 S. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
HOMESEKKERS, ATTENTION I
On a small cash payment we will buy
the lot you select, build a home after your
own plana and you can pay for It on
small monthly payments, without extra
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO..
INCORPORATED CAPITAL $26,000.
4926 3. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
MEDIUM PRICED HOMES
On the South Side, on full alxed lots,
ranging from $1,600 to $3,000, In different
localities, with all city Improvements, near
schools and churches; can be bought from
us on a small cash payment.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL. LOT
on S. 25th St., 60x1 fiO feet. A modern 6
room cottage on the hack end of this
sightly terrace plot. Will take auto aod
small amount of cash as first payment
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., INC.
4926 S. 24th St, Phone South 1247.
BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOTS,
$6.00 CASH. $6.00 MONTHLY.
Sizes, 60x160; In all parts of the South
Side, city Improvements.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4926 S. 24th St. Phone South 1247.
STRICTLY modern 6-rooin houso and bath.
Must sell at once. Phone soutn ZHbf.
x ACREAGE PROPERTY.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
Offers the Following
2H acres on car line, just outside city lim
its, 3 -room nouse, gooa cisiern, ou jruit
trees and fine well that cost $260. Prlee
$1,000; part cash, '
24 acres, Just over the line In Sarpy county.
away irom trie nign taxes. .Kirn, ievei
land, first broken In 1916. Raised 4
crops of alfalfa, $6,000. Terms can be
10 acres on Bennon car line. Price and
terms can be agreed upon ana maae sat
1 acres on Fort Crook car line; new 6-
room house witn iuu cement Dasemeni;
new barn 14x1ft, for 12 head of stock and
other good outbuildings; fenced for chick
ens; good welL Price $2,660; part cash.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., INC.
492$ South 2 4 to St. f none uouin
REAL ESTATE WANTED
IF YOU desire to sell, rent or trade your
property, please call at our onice ana iei
us show you our progressive methods and
unsurpassed service. We have faith In
"printers' Ink" and If your proposition Is
lilted with us. It wilt be made known to
a hundred thousand people or wherever all
the Omaha newspapers are read.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO., Ine.,
The largest real estate company, from
tandnolnt of service and equipment, in
Nebraska. We are running 200 lines of
advertisements) In this valuable paper
4926 So. 34th St. Phone South 1347.
FACTORY SITE WANTED.
THE BRICTSON MANUFACTURING CO.
Will build large automobile tire factory
In Omaha, Want 6 acres on trackage, ad
jacent to paved street and car line. Sub
mit offers in writing.
O. A. Brlctson, President
1007 W. O. W. Bldg.
WANTED 4, S and 6-room houses that can
be sold for $104) oasb. balance lib per
month; tend complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1820 Farnam. TeL Doug. 1064.
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments, have parties waiting, western
Real Estate. 418 Karbaeh Blk. D, 8607.
LIST your B and 6-room houses with us.
WE SELL THEM, UddWKKJU MliAbi I
CO., Tyler 46.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for .aortgage loans.
City Nat 1 Bantt mag.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
$, 6 to and 6 per cent Reasonable com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO
212 South 17th, Omaha. Net
1 City and Farm Loans
E. 6U and 6 ner cent. Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H. Dumont & Co., 416-18 Keellne
mag., 17 in ana Harney.
s per cent to 6 ner cent on best class city
residence in amounts iz.ouu up; aiso
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1822 Farnam St.
$1,800 MTGE., bearing 6 pet. semi-annual,
secured by property vaiuea at se.oww. ai-mage-Loomls
Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
MONEY to loaa on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy gooa zarm mori
gagea. Kloka Inv. Co., Omaha.
SHOPEN A CO- PRIVATE MONET.
On. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
ra MQHET HARRISON & MORTON.
u I" fit Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
O KEEFF. R. E. CO., 10iq Oman, wafl.
FARM and city loana, 6, 6 and per cant.
w. H. Thomas, Keellne mug. img. lets.
CITY and farm loans, lowost rates.
E. H, LOUOEE, Inc., 538 Keellne
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W., T. Graham, 604 Bee Bldg.
I10O to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
wend Bldg.. istp ana r arnam pta.
LOW RATES. C. O. CARLBERO, tit Bran
del. Theater Bldg. D. 686.
Abstract! of Titfc.
Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.
30S S. 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldeat abstract of
fice In Nebraska, zuo Hranneia Tneater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panles. 644 Brandels Bidg., Omaha, Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR SALE Ranches, farms of all kinds
buv now: also Urinated land. H. C
Ruenholl, General Real Estate, Belle
Fourche, South Dakota.
FOR SALE In Fresno and King countltw,
San Joaquin Valley, California, Ideal land
'for alfalfa, grain and fruit growing, atock
and poultry raising. One-tenth down and
nine easy annual payments on balance at
8 net In good farm neighborhood, close
to market Over 16,000 acres of choice
land, at very reasonable prices, to select
from. To be sure you are getting what
you want you may lease for one, two or
three years wun option to purcnase on
above terms. Write tor details of this at
tractive method of buying on terms In
reach of anyone. You could ask for no
fairer deal. San Joaquin Valley Is In the
heart of wtnterless California. 40 acres
enough and should pay for itself tn five
years. You can start here with only
$1,000 and make good. 1 will gladly
place you In touch with those having the
lands for sale. This Is such an easy way
to get a California farm that my advice
is to act quickly. J, L. soagravea, la
dustrlal Commissioner, A, T. & 6. F. Ry.
2107 Ry. Exch., Chicago.
1'ersit.tent Advertising Is the Road
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
OR SALE -IMPROVED FRUIT. DAIRt
ana stocK Tarms, zo, 40 or more acres, in
vicinity of Frpsno, San Joaquin ""alley,
heart of winterise California, greatest
raisin belt tn world; now paying good
profits; houses, barns, fences, live etock
everything ready; crops In many Instance
paying better than $100 an acre. $:.600
wilt buy a $10,000 place, with long time
on balance. Your farm Income will take
care of future payments. Only limited
number of f arms Tan be had on these
terms, bo write today. 1 will gladly put
you in touch with those having farms for
sale. C. L. SEAGKAVUS. Industrial
Commlutoner. A. T. t 8. F. Hy., 2001
r.Al.SH ALFALFA In FLORIDA (Natal
Hay) thta winter. First cutting to days:
IbO and 90 annually on ItiO land. 126
Faxton Blk. Walnut 1607 (evenings).
FOR SALE OR RENT T have several fine
farms, with good buildings which I can
rent or sell very cheap at the present
time; If you want a small or large farm
In a good location with good markets,
write to or call on COIL DE KETZEK,
Holland, Mich., for his free farm cat,
FOR SALE CLOV EH-LAND FARMS.
Gralna thrive. Drouth, hall unknown.
Root crops, dairying, grail ng, Ideal. Fine
roads, market; J43 growing days. Aver
age killing frosts October 2. Terms easy.
"George Riwell, jr., 22 Bacon Blk., Mar
SMALL MO. Farm $10 cash and $6 month
ly; no Interest or taxes; highly productive
land; close to 8 big markets. Write for
photographs and full Information. Munger,
A-116 N. Y. Like Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
GREAT bargains, $5 flown; $6 monthly, buys
40 acres good fruit and poultry land near
town, southern Missouri. Price only $200.
Address Box 806, Excelsior Springs, Mo.
240 ACRES, 46 mites from Minneapolis, near
two good railroad towns; one-hair under
cultivation, balance used for pasture and
hay ; can practically all be cultivated :
good set buildings; this land will produce
60 bushels of corn per acre; country Is
thickly settled; complete set of machin
ery; 27 head of stock, consisting of 11
cows, balance 1 and 2 year olds; 4 good
horses. 25 hogs, chickens and everything
on the farm goes at $66 per acre; one
half cash; immediate possession can be
had. Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth Bldg.,
2,600 ACRES, central Nebraska; fine atock
ranch; plenty of hay, farm and pasture
land, fenced ; running water; two sets
Improvements. Price, $50 per acre. Will
take quartor part pay.
G40 acres, three miles of town, Perkins
county: 240 aores cultivated; partly
fenced; splendid land. A Teal bargain-
forced to sell price, $31.60 per acre;
$4,000 cash, terms on balance. No trade.
2418 No. 6th Ave., Benson.
CLEAN UPLAND SALE Lumbor company
going out of business, 20,000 acres cut
ovor Northeastern Minnesota land. A-l
colonization tract; rich soil; suitable for
truck, general and dairy farming and
grazing; close to railroad end auto roads.
For quick sale goes at only S.BO1 per
acre, third cash, balance five-year on or
bofore montage, 7 per cent.' No trades con
sidered, but will subdivide In tracts of
6.000 acres and up. J. K. Matson, 724
Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.
SMALL Nebraska farms on easy payments
6 acres up. we rnrm tne (arm we sen
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers' As
sociation, 16th and Howard fits., Omaha,
WET land made dry enough for crops or
no pay. Is our way or draining iana. no
tract too large or too wet 1 Guarantee
Drainage Co., Oakland, Neb.
EAST central Neb., 80 acres, highly Un
proved farm, close to town, snap, terms,
possession at once. S. & and R. B. Mont
FOR SALE Best largo body high grade,
medium priced land in xseorasKn; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
bach. Neb. , '
FOR SALE 400-acre stock and grain farm.
near Burwell; Neb.; Bargain; gooa terras.
Radcliffe, 1224 K St., Lincoln, Neb.
L'SED CAR DEPT.
Doug. 82$. 2047-4$ Farnam.
Touring cars and roadsters of Overland,
Studebaker, Maxwell. Ford, Oakland,
Mitchell, Buick and Hudson makos,
TERMS IF DESIRED.
Prompt attention given to all interested
out-of - town buyers.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Farnam St Douglas 1219.
Ford touring I8s
Light "6" Palg
Hudson "flO." sacrifice.
WILMO MANIFOLDS. 1
Burn gasoline, kerosene, distillate;
doisbl power and mileage; cuts your
fuel cost half, money back guarantee.
WILMO PRODUCTS SERVICE STATION
216 S. 19th. P.
' CROSSTOWN GARAGE
Dougtas 4442. $16 B. 24th St.
H.-D. motorcycle, running order, $16.
Buick 40 electric lights, perfect running
WE will trade you a new Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO.,
5 f)th and Harna. Douglas $161.
CTW. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Used Car Dept
3316-18 Farnam St Douglas 858,
Almost any mage ay reasonaoie prices.
FOR sale, cheap for cash, late model five-
passenger car. win taxe rora in pan
payment, Call after 6 p. m. 1426 S.
ONE 6-passengr 1016 model 40-horaepower,
IUIiy equippwu. urw in bi ... ""-
nlng order. Phone South 1617. 4746 S.
18th. ' .
WILL TRADE equity In 7-room modern
house for Ford touring car. Aaaress isox
8188, Bee. '
TELL A BINKLEY,
Auto repairing; expert mechanics.
2318 Harney St D. 1640. ,'
BERT8CHY "Kan-Flx-It.'' Southeast cor
ner 20tb and Harney ots. uougiaa ooi.
fTsivhn vnira used CARS.
AUTO EXCHANGE, 2107 FARNAM. D. 6086,
(-PASSENGER car for sale or trade. Phone
Webster 6067. ,
16 DODGE TOURING, GOOD AS NEW,
$460. 110 8. 17TI1.
Auto Livery and Garagea"
EXPERT auto repairing, "service cur al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage. 2010 Har
ney St Tyler 666
Auto Repajring and Painting.
$100 rewVrdTfor magneto we can't repair,
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer, 810 N. 18th.
Tires and Supplies.
NEBRASKA Auto Repair Works. Services
and prlcee right 218 8. ltti Ht. u, 73u.
HARLEY-DAVIDBON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
sains in used machines. Victor H. Roos. "The
Motorcycle Man," 27th and Leavenworth,
THE Salvation Army Industrial Homo so
licits your old clothing, furniture maga
zines. We collect We distribute. Phone
Doug. 412S and our wagon will call. Call
and Inspect our now home. 1110-1112 1114
BEST RESULTS A FAIR RATE,
The reasons for the growing popularity
are Beat Results and a Rate of 1c per
When you want both of the above,
CALL TYLER 1000.
MISS EFFIE HATTEHY or those knowing
anything about her will be doing a great
favor by writing her slater, Mrs. John
Seeling, Route 1. BIO on. la.
MECHANO THERAPY treatments. Miss
Halloran, 222-2 Neville Block.
MISS EDNA, scientific massage, 228 Ne
vllle Blk. Open evenings and Sundays.
LUELLA .WEBSTER, massage and mani
curing-, no rsiiQH niH. iuu.
MAE BRUGMAN, scientific masseuse and
baths. 102 Karbaeh Blk. Red 3727.
ALL Right Private Maternity Home, $011
Miami St. Werteter 2908.
SCIENTIFIC mastjaga. 620 Bee Bldg. Phone
Anna Fisher, sulphur bat hi, nm
MIHS LILLY, bath. mussagB. ia'J2 Farnam.
Manlf-xiring and rimss .finKariiom. R liT
EMMA BROTT massaging. 2120 Harney.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
NOTICE TO FARMERS Real bargain for
cash. 10 big young matched farm mares,
from 8.600 to 8,800 lbs. per team. 111
Poppleten Are., corner 34(h St., four
blocks south Leavenworth St. Croastown
WANTED rlr farm tnarea, 2.400 (o 2,600.
preferably In foal; must stand trial, P. J.
Boysen, 219 8. 161h St. Kslstaff Buffet.
POULTRY AND PETJTOCK
Cyphers' Incubators and hovers. Stewart's
Reed Store, 119 N. lth St.. Pup. P. O.
Quven incubators and colony hovers. Stew
art's Sed Store. 116 N 16th St., Opp. P.JX
BHINDTEbun terrier for sal male: good
dlspos. 300S Pacific. Harney 4K34.
DR. E. R. TARRT.
Dr. E. R. Tarry cares piles, Astute and
other rectal dlseasee without surglcsl op
eration. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid antil cured. Write for book on rec
tal diseases with testimonials.
DR. E. R. TARRY.
240 Bee Bidg. Omaha. Neb,
wrtY SITFFER? Latest and Most Scientific
Treatment for All Diseases. Dr. Charles
Barnes, 618-629 Rose Bldg. Examination
and Consultation free. He is curing thou
sands. WHY NOT YOU7 Delays are dan
gerous. It you can't call, write. Hours
9 a. m. to 6 p. m.. 7:80 to $:S0 evenings.
Sunday by appointment
HVRK FIT TKl'SS FOR RUPTURE Clean,
sanitary, manipulating pad holds rupture
all times with comfort. Sure Fit Truss
Co. Red 3916. 60b , Brown Bldg. 16th
and Douglas. '
RADIUM water baths and Hot Springe mer-
rury treatment for rheumatism. Dr. M.
Pyor, 14 JPatterson Blk. P. 6814.
RUPTURE Successfully treated without a
surgical operation. Call or write Dr.
Frank H. Wray, 201 Bee Bldg
PAJlT p"rr- Net Pain. 911 V. O. W. Bldg"
Taft'a Dint. Rms., 808 Rose Bldg. D. 2U6.
DR. KNOLLKNHEHQ. SANITARIUM.
Lady attendant. 24th and Farnam. D. 7298.
Dr. C. J. Lawrence. Balrd Bldg. P. 8461,
Dr. Frances Dawson. $02-8 Rose Bldg. T. 2366.
Dra. Johnston, 1126 W. O. W. Bfdg. D. 8629.
MONEY TO LOAN
LOOK! LEGAL RATE LOANS t LOOK I
$ 10.00 costs you $ 8.28 for six months,
102.00 costs you 20.27 for one year.
166.00 costs you 21.80 far one year.
204.00 costs you 40.80 for one year,
300.00 costs you 60.00 for one year.
Other amounts in proportion.
EASY PAYMENTS. UTMOST PRIVACY.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY,
340 Paxton Blk. TeL Doug. ft9S.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
no, s mo., n. goods, loiai cost, sii.Du.
$40, 0 mo., indorsed nates, tots) cost, $2.60.
Smaller, larger am'ts, proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
Organised by Omaha Business Men.
432 Rose Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty. 666.
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
On account of the expiration el our lease
In the Bee building, we have made arrange
ments- with the First National Banit or
Omaha to take over sjl of our box holders.
This, transfer must be made as soon as pos
sible, so pleas call at once and assist us In
making this transfer. We will con tin 14
our buslnese In Omaha, but discontinue our
safe deooslt vault only.
AMERICAN SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS CO.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Herman F. Paulsen and wife to
Thomas Lynn. Ellison avenue, 167,6 1
feet iwest of Boulevard, south aide.
46x136.77 .. .....i...... 1
Anna M. Eckman and husband to A.
W. Wlnnegar, Twenty-seventh street,
168 feet north of Mason street, west
side, 66x146.6 ; southeast corner
Twenty-first street and Hoc tor bou
levard. Irregular, approximately 47.8
x!36 i 1
Richard R. Evans and wife to Ruby U t
Frailer, Harney street no reet west
of Fifty-third street, south side, 60x
Helena Williams to Garvin Bros,,
northwest corner Twenty-seventh
and Plnknev street SlttxllSK ..... ' 1
Bern hard Jackerott and wife to John
L. Fisher, Twentieth street, 96 feet
south of Dorcas street, east aide,
George W. Dougtas to Bernlce A.
Douglas, Curtis avenue, 344 reet east
of Thirty -first street south side, '
Bombard Jackerott and wife to John
L. Fisher, Twentieth street, 141 feet
south of Dorcas street, east side,
Edward O. Nelson and wife to John B.
Llchterwaiiner, southwest corner jtii
tieth and Cass streets, 60x186 6,801
John B. Ashe to Allen J. Randall, Lin
coln avenue, 100 feet east ot Tniriy
fourth street, south side, 60x160..,. 1
opened excited; May, ' 20.60cfli21.86c; July,
XU.DOC IO ifl.vvc, vViuiwr, ip.mu w i.ivu,
uecemoer, iw.oo 10 aimiji ,..wv.
Future rinsed unsettled: May. $20.60;
July, 10.32c; October, 18.11c; December,
19.12c; January, 10.20c, Spot, steady; mid
UlliiK, ti.ifv. ....
The cotton market closed easy, aitnougn
last nrlcea showed a net advance of 24 to
New York. April I. Mot a Is Lead, easy,
$9.60 asked. Spelter, easy; spot, East Bt
Louis delivery, $10.864 asked. Copper,
uulet: electrolytic, snot and aacond quarter,
$32. 00034. 00, nominal; third quarter, $30,00
632.00. Iron, strong; No. I northern,
$42.0043.00; No. 2, $41.600 42.60; No. 1
southern, $a7.OO0$8.OO; No. 2, $36.00037.00,
Tin, steady; spot, $64.26066.36,
Holiday at London. '
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frutt,
New York. April 9. Evaporated Apples
Firm; fancy, 11012c; choice, 10c; prime,
Dried Fruit Prunes firm; Califorrtlas,
9 V 1 1 c ; Orgons, 9 0 1 0 1 c. Apricots,
little offering; fancy, 20c. Peaches, firm;
c ho I re. 84i; extra choice, 9-ie; fancy, 94be,
Raisins, firm; rhoice to fancy seeded, 8 09c;
seedless, 1O4j011Hc; London layers, $1.80.
Live Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the flvs principal
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omnha 6,700 6,800 7,700
Blmix City 3,000 2.000 200
Chlrago 16.000 3,00 16,000
KAnsaa City 11,000 9.fno 7,900
Ht. Louis.. $.800 11,100 1,600
Totals '. 89.600 62,100 32,400
Kansas City General Market.
Kansas City, April (.Wheat No. 2 hard,
!2.2t.2.32; No. I red, 13.2402.1s; May,
12.011; July, Il.l2t4.
florn No. 1 rolled, I1.17H17 1.SI4 : No. I
white, 11.3(01.42; No. 2 yellow, I1.ISC1.40;
May, II. 2: July, It. lev
Dale No. I whits, 72C72';c; No. i
' Oil and Bo.ln.
flavannah, Os., April (. Turpentine
Finn, 40V4O to 47et sales. 15 bbl..; receipts,
3; shipments, 741: .lock, 10,024.
Rosin Firm; sales, 31 bbls.: receipts, 101;
shipments, 1,610; stock, I1.7B4. Quote A,
H. c, D and E, 15.51; F. 0, H and 1, (ft. 00;
K and M, 15.65; N, 11.70: WO, 15.71: WW,
t. Lonla tiraln Market.
fll. T,ouls, April (.Wheat Nn. 2 red,
12.3502.431 No. 1 hard, 12.2702. Hi May,
2.11; July, 11.10.
Corn No, 2, Il.41l.t2i No. 5 white,
1.4IW1.43; May, 11.2(14; July, II.27U.
Oats No. 2, 72c; No, 2 white, nominal.
NEW YORK STOCKSl'S
H Mr: K-i,t.,niter, s.iidv; ,
Many Disturbing Factors
Past Augmented by Unfa
vorable Crop Reports.
CHANGE MARKETS STRONG
York. April 9. The muny disturb
ing factors of the last week were augmented
today by additional unfavorable crop re
ports, erratic and spectacular movements
a the comniodltlea markets and the an
nouncement of Austria's rupture with this
government. Early question were mainly
higher, but these gains were largely In the
turn of short coverlnas. the market losing
1 Its atloatilHse lit the general liquidation
of the last hour.
Banking interests expressed disappoint
ment at the absence of definite ad vires from
Washington regarding prospective govern
ment bond Issues and the question of taxa
tion. On neither of thesn matters has viall
street yet been consulted by the accredited
Exchange markets were strong and active.
During the forenoon United States Steel
and various other Industrials of the same
class, as well as munitions and equip
ments, made gains of 2 to 4 point. Ship
pings and metals were less responsive but
The ease with which these Issuen sold off
probably In the absence of outside Interest,
was in Itself proof of the market's profes
sional character, Laat week's heaviness In
rails was accentuated by declines of 1 te 8
points In the Investment group, Delaware A
Hudson losing over 8 points. Total sales
were 686,000 shares.
The re vines of stocks extended to the
bond lint, numerous domestic Isaues reced
ing from H s point to a full point, but the
international group was strong. Total sales,
psr value, 96,lfi(t,oon,
in government nonds tne emy feature
was a 8 -point advance In the coupon 4s on
Number of sales and quotations on the
leading stocks were:
Sates. High. Low. Close,
Am. Rest Sugar., . 2,600 96 94 "4 94H
Am. Can , . . , 8.000 47 40 s 46 H
Am. Car F'ndry. 9.000 4fiV : 66
Am. Locomotive... 1,500 6HS 66 6H
Am. Smelt A- Ref. 6.406 1M H
Am. Sugar Ref
Am. Trl. ft Tel
700 113 111 1104
200 Ut llJ'i ID.!
12.900 RftTt 7H'i 79H
1.900 101 101 10Jfc
6.600 107 103 104
Am. Z.. L and S.
A. O. A W. I. S. S.
Baltimore ft Ohio.
11. ft S. Copper. . . .
1. 60ft 77t 76 76
Cat. retrolsunl. . . ,
Chesapeake ft Ohio
C, M. ft Ht. P....
C. A N. W
C R. I. ft P. ctfs.
Colo. F. and I. . , . .
Corn Product Ref. 10.000
Crucible Steel 14.100
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 7.800
maimer's sec.,... rpo
4011 ism HI
1.100 11! 1101. Ill
.400 11 S I!' 14
400 1011, loin 101
1.100 (T4i U ttU
Ot. No, Or, ctfs..
Int. M. M. pfd,...
4 J U
Int. Nlokel 4,700
Int. Paper. 1,700
K. C. Southern
4.100 441, 4IH
Maxwell Motors. . .
Missouri Pacific. .
Montana Power.. ,
New York Central
00 109 100
400 II 12
1,700 ( 1314
00 44 41
N. Y., N. H. ft H.
Norfolk ft Western
00 102i 101
Rsy Consol. Cop..
Rep. Iron ft Steel.
Shatlsck Aria. nop.
Southern Pacific. .
Union Paclfl 10,100 I1IH 114 134K
u. . ind. Alcohol. i7,(o int4 111 in
V. fl Steel........ ll. 100 111U 0 lit
V. It. Bteel pfd.... 300 117 11714 ""4
Utah Hopper 11,000 111 110 110t4
Wabash pfd. "IT. . ... 1414
Wastlna. Electric. MOO U it 41
Total salsa for th. day, 115,009 altars,.
New York If aver Market.
New York, April t ,. Money On call.
steady: ihlich, 114 psr cent I low, SH Par
cant; rutin, rats, 344 par cent! last loan,
314 psr cent: closing bid, 114 per cant:
offered at 114 par cent.
U. a. 8s, re,.., Illtlnl. M, M. Is... (44
do, coupon.. U.K. R. Bo, r. 5s.
U. 8. Is. re,. ..100 1,1 4k N, un 4s.. 1114
do, coupon , .100V.M. Kit. 1st 4a 7114
It. S. 4s re, ...10Mo. Pao. ten 4s. 43 V4
do, coupon ..lot Mont. Powor Is, 9(14
Panama la cou. IttIN, Y. Cent. Is.. 101)4
Am. For. ?eo Is 17 14 Nor. Pao. 4 (I
Am. Tsl aV Tel. ' Nor. Pao. I (114
clt. 5s 10014 Ore. S. I,. 4s.... (0
Analo. French la. (4 Pac. T. TA Is. ((44
Atchison ,en, 4a (tttPenn. eon. 4tts. 10414
Bait, A Ohio 4s. (1 Penn. ten 4Hs.. ('a
Cen. Leather la. 101 44 Raadlnff ten 4a.. M
Cent. Pao. 1st. 17H8t. L. t B. F.
Ches. O ov Is. (0 ad). I 7Uj
O. 9. A Q.,'J 4s. (7 14 do. Pao. cv. Is. ..100
Chi. Mil. k Bt. P. 8o. Pao. rf. 4s.. (0
en 414s 101 Bo. Rslway Is. ..100
C, n. I. A T. Ry. Teal Pao 1st. 100
ref. 4s 71 Union Pao 4 (7U
C. s B. ref 414s 1114 Un. Pac. ov. ts 12
Dom. can (a ...' IT. S. Rubber 6s. (1
Erie ,en. 4s ... II14U. i. Bteel Is. .10(14
O.n. Bleo. 6a . ,105i Wabash 1st .,..101
Ot. Nor. 1st 414s ( wt. Union ti,s. (4
III. Cent, ret 4s. It 14 Bld. "Offered.
NCW TOHK fiKNKKAL MABKsrT.
QuofesAloM ef th. Day an Vsrloa, Cowl
raodlUeo. New York, April . Flour Btronir; aprln,
patents, I10.(69l0.0: wlntsr pstsnts. 110.10
(tlO.IS: winter stralthta, ll.IO01O.lll Kan
aaa stralthta, I1O.I501O.IO.
Wheat Spot, wsak; No. I hard. 11.21,
f. o. b., New York, nearby shipments; No.
1, northern Pululh, 12.1114: No. 1, northern
Manltobs. 13.32, f. o. b., New York, open
Corn Hpot, weak; No. t yellow, 11.4444,
c. I. f.. New York.
Oats Spot, unsettled; standard, 714)710.
Hides Bteady; Botota, 43ftc; Central
America, 41c. '
Leather Central, firm; hemlock firsts,
57c: seconds, 65c.
Provisos Pork, stront; mess, 140.00;
family, I41.0041.00: short elesr, tll.notji
41.00. Beef, strong; mesa, 125.0020.00; fam
ily. I23.00O10.00. Lard, firm; middle west,
Butter Rsc.lpts, 4,640 tubs; -msrket,
firm; creamery higher than estras I4614&
40c; creamery extraa ((2 ecore) 46c; firsts,
41014414c: seconds. 404r421,c.
Ktts Weak; receipts, '31,421 esses;
fresh gathered .atras, 1814014c; fresh
gathered storage packed firsts, 33c; trash
gathered firsts, 31 la (f 3214C.
Cheese Irregular; receipts, 1.414 boies:
state fresh specials, 244ji2i4c; state frssh
average run, 24l4 4r2sc.
Poultry Dressed, firm: chickens. 219
19c; fowls. 20$2(c; turkeys, lsB.r
New Tork, April 8. -Sugar Raw, Iron:
rerttrlfugal, 6.01c; molasnes, l.lTc. Reflnad.
firm and 26 points hlfflier; .cut loaf, 8.66c;
crushed, 8.60c; mould A, 8.10c; cub, 6.00c,
XXXX imwdrd. 7.6iic: powdered. 7.6(ic
fine ar&tiulr.ted. 7.10c: diamond A, 7.60c;
confectioner' A, 7.I0', No. 1, T-Huo. Future
op o nod utronff on actlve-coverlnc of abort
and conMdertUJie buying; for outnide
count. At noon price were Stffl6 point
Mter th Hit dfllnM partly under roal-
Ulna, but closed steady and unchanged
I polnti, higher; ala. 23,000 ton; May,
6.4,4c; July, b.ibc; September, l.6c.
New Tork, April 9, The market for fof-
f future wa much more active today and
at time appeared to be exceedt-d by th
political advice from Brazil, apprehonalon
that export might be interfered with by
commerce raider and renewed talk of an
Import duty. The market opined at an ad
vane of 32 to 61 point and Bold 46 to 62
point net higher during th early trading,
with July touching 6.76c and Decernlm
9,06c, compared with 7.6iiQ,7,H8c, the low
prlc of Unt Monday. Houne with Wall
fitted and cotton trade connoctioni wera
live buyer on the advance, but there wa
noma Melting by trade innrcnti. nuppoaoaif
aifalnt cost and freight offer, while th
market alno inot ronnlderable reallrlng,
Price eattcd off acvcral point in iono
tiuemie. July spiling down to N,ino and tp
4nmbjr to 8.70c, but the declln bronifht In
aoine lrah buying and the close howod
3 points. Balsa were
April, B.4MU May.
S,-,t.,niler. s.Hii,.; Oftbfr, 6.70o; Dp
r, K.S3r; January, g.t)n; February.
; .Vitn-n. ,.o:iti. Hot. nrmrr; Rto In.
Hsntos 4s, 104x It whs reported In rost
frilKht i!rtl. that well dosrrlbetl
Ssntn.i, wliUh htl bern sold at 600 on
aiit'ir.lay was tiftVrcd here below 10O today.
., iiilmi rr,.llts. uwlnit to th" holiday the
nly official quotations from Itrasll wer. on
!ntoa futures, which lout an otienln, ad-
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts hers sre llalit. market firm and
hlalir on the better grades of pralrl. hay.
ilomand continues good, alfalfa la firm and
Hay rralrle; Choice upland. 114.50c,
1S.00: No. 1, $U.&0 14.00; N'o. I. 111. not.
13.50; No. I. tn. 004, 9.00; Nn. 1 mtdlad.
I3.0ll.!10; No. 3. 11.00W11.60: No. 1
lowlaml. 4in.S0ill. 40; No. 2, IK.00&9.00;
No. 17. OOMN.OO.
Alfalfa rhoice, 81J.00W 20.00 ; No. 1.
IM.o0lr.ls.0O: standard. I1S.OO17.00; No. 3.
111. 00(iH4. 00; No. 3, 110.50(1)12.00.
st etraw, S7.00tr7.50: wheat straw. 14.00
Minneapolis drain Market,
Mlnncaptitl... April 8. Flour Fancy pat
Is mlvniii'ed 30c. ouotert at 111: firsts.
clears advanced 20c, quoted at 19,40. Othc
llarlcy I1.0,i74f 1..13.
Hrsn IS7.ttoa7 3lt.no.
Wheat May. 12.0.1: July. ll.MW. r.sh?
No. 1 hard. 12. 102. 33; No. 1 n,,rl here
3.l3'ir;,15; No. I northern, IJOOtt J.15.
fern Nn. a yellow, ll.244 $il.20.
Oats Nn. 1 white, 2t,timc.
Flaiserd 13.04 li C3.1 1 V
No Mail to Be Sent From
This Country to Germany
Conies of orders to the nostoffices
of tlie country were received here
Monday, putting into effect new reg
ulations made necessary by the war
No mail can be disratched from thit
country to Germany, Austria-Hungary,
Luxembourg, Bulgaria or Tur
key. While we are not at war yet
with any but Germany, emails to the
other named countries have o pass
through Germany, and therefore can
not be sent.
Mails received here from those
countries, however, will be delivered
Mails received in this count from
Germany destined for some t other
country will be sent to the dead letter
office, and the place from which they
were rccctvea wm De notinea tnat
they cannot be transported through
the United States. Thev will not he
seized, but will be sent back to the
place of origin if possible. ,
since tne war started mail, to and
from the central empires have been
moving to and from this country via
County Jail Prisoners
Hear Talk on Patriotism
Patriotism is just as noticeable in
the county jail as in lota of other
places. An outsider would have
thought so Sunda afternoon if he
rnuM hav. li..ej ,1,. n.i.AMAKA I.
and applaud the mention of the flag,
the president and the army and navy -when
A. L. Sutton, well known
Omaha attorney, former judge of the
district court) and republican candidate
for governor at the electic ; last fallj
talked to them In the jail, corridors
on "Patriotism." 1
Mr. Sutton's talk to the county jail
prisoners was made a the request of
a prominent jail worker, who bi- .
lieved that the message of loyalty to
their country in these war times
ahntilrl he vtncirl tn ,km a. w-11
T- ........ ......
the people in the outside world.
. tic atturiicy urgcu tne prisoners to
hi loyal to their country above all
and to respect the American flag and
what it stands for.
C(as Two Naval Reserves
Also Ordered to Mobilize
When naval reserves in the Omaha
district were ordered to mobilize Sun
day Class 2 reserves were not in
cluded. These were men with sea
going experience, but who had not
served a full term in the navy before
going on the reserve list. ' t
However, Harold E. Tagg, Ex
change building:. South Omaha, and
Joshua Manwaring Lamb of Williams,
Neb., membert of Class 2 of the re
serves, were anxious to go for active
war duty with the fleets at once. The
matter was taken up with headquar
ters by Lieutenant Waddell. A sup
plemental order soon arrived, order
ing reserves ot tne second class to
mobilize with the others. So the pa
triotic Nebraska lads, who originally
were not ordered out are how happy
in being permitted to "do their bit''
Phrtoin to Open the
Empress Garden May 1 '
P. H. Philbin. first in command st
the Schlitz hotel, has leased the Em
press Garden, which he will open
May 1 as a restaurant. This attrac
tive place, with ita sumptuous decor
ations, is known to Omaha. Mr.
Philbin makes this change on account
of the removal of the Schlitz building
next monin to make way tor the new
Wolf-Hiller building, which -will be
erected on the site.
The Empress Garden is beinv re
modeled to meet the requirements of
its new occupant.
io KeimbiiTse Owners,
VVhen Property Annexed
Property 'owners who have made
sewer and other similar improvements
in strips of lands between Omaha and
Benson, adjoining Elmwood park and
in Clontarf precinct will be reim
bursed by the city when this terri
tory shall have been annexed to
Greater Omaha. Ordinances provid
ing for annexation are before the
council, and it was the sense of the
committee of the whole that property
owners snouia oc tuny protected in
Popcorn Venders Blpck
Traffic On Boulevards
City Coiiuiiissioiiet Hummel rel
ishes popcorn. He would rather sit
under a tree in Elmwood park nib.
bling at a sack of popcorn than weal
a potato-studded crown. -
Notwithstanding his penchant for
popcorn, he mids it necessary to curb
the activities of vendors of this del
icacy who ply the boulevards aitd
cause congestion of motor vehicles.
Thirty-Four Killed When
Gas in Jap Mine Explodes
(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)
Tokio, March 25. Thirty-four men.
including an engineering graduate of
the Imperial universit. of Tokio, were
killed recently by a cas explosion in
the Fushan coal mines in Manchuria.
The dead included Taro Nakamura.
the engineer, two other officials of the
company, seven Japanese and twenty
four Chinese cooties. . . r
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