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    THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1917.
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FOR RENT APARTMENTS
West.
BRAND NEW.
"PLYMOUTH APARTMENTS."
S2S7A FARNAM ST.
Two and thrw-mom avarunenta, with
til bath and ilurphy-ln-a-door beds;
r ady Jun lit I, Sn tit (or reiervatlaji
NOW. 9 ,
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
160mh Nat'l Bid. Phous Uour 191
VOH KENT 11 Av l&TH.
ft F1v-room tti7Ti' heated apartment
t the Chula viita, 80th and Poppleton va
ry deatrtbie, m.60. Conrad Young, SSI
. tjranj(ia Theater Bag. uouiiae 167
-Sr. CLAIR i!4TH AND HAJINEV. 3-room
Vpt. Call Harney 647
North.
Tilt HUE It MAX.
, S-room apartment, very complete, entire
ruuu rue. I'nvate earn re. v. eiuier .t.,
SS"! 8hrnian Ave.
-10R BENT Apt. 4r. and bath, S cloieta
and large porch on second floor. $10; 34th
ana Ainei avo.; to couple witnoui caua
Tn. Tel. Colfax 93 or Colfax 1737.
, 4 ROOM modern apt., comer, steam heated,
lummer, 2;.50. 1813 Maple. Red lBSl.
..JTIItST-CLASS tartmeiits near P. 0. Low
rent, o, P. Stebblne. li cuieago,
South.
-ROOM flats, newly papered and cleaned.
13th and Castelar; modern; tie. Doug
as 6B6fl.
Miscellaneous
'..LOSE IN A very good e-r. brick flaU
strictly modern. Call Douglas I61 or
Harney 3744.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
RENTAL HEADQUARTERS FOR OMAHA
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
Stores.
tE8IR ABLE store room, modern front,
motal celling, steam heat, 824020 Bo.
ICth St. Slse 83x0. Can be sub divided.
Lew rent Conrad Young, iZi Brands!
Theater Bldg. Doug. 1571.
STORE room for rent, 715 S. 34th, central
location, CrosBtown and 'Leavenworth
transfer corner; reasonable rent. Calkins
... Co. Douglas 1313.
A LOT mud new smalt store building In
: splendid district A splendid opportunity
for one desiring to go Into business. Clan
son Bros., Ktron, la.
SMALL modern store room, steam heat, 1613
Capitol Ave. Conrad Toung SSI Brandels
Theater, pougias IB7I.
U413 DODGE ST. 42x133 ft., two floors and
basement with elevator. B. H. Beoner
. . Co. Dourlas 8406.
JiODERN STORES AND OFFICES IN FAR'
nam Bide. First Trust Co. D. 1161.
.MODERN store room, corner 16th and Chi-
cago. O. P. Stebbins, 1810 Chicago.
RESTURANT, with fixtures, gas stoves,
stools, at 107 Bout ft 15th St. y
Offices tnd Desk Room.
-CHOICE office spues Balrd Bids lftn and
uougna weeajrne inv. iso.
Miscellaneous.
LODGE AND CLUB ROOMS.
X have for rent on second floor, een
trait y located building, one block from
poetofflce, assembly room suitable for
lodge or club purposes; composed of one
large room for dance or lodge hall; three
smaller rooms and kitchen. For further
information, call. Conrad Toung, 323
Brandels Theater Bldg. Douglas 1571.
H. A. WOLF. Realtor. Ware Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments and Flats.
WS want more houses and apartments to
rant. The fact that we have practically
cleared up our Dig list Is conclusive proof
of the efficiency of our rental servloce. If
- you want to keep your place rented see
Payne A Slater Co., Omaha's Rental
- Men. 616 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. Dong. 1016.
LIST your houses with us for rent. The
- demand Is good and we have waiting
: list.
X It PUMONT A CO., (Realtors).
416 Keellnd Bldg. Phone P. W.
Furnished Houses and Apartments,
"WANTED TO RENT by Adults 6 to S-room
' furnished house for summer ntontna, west
'" Farnam district preferred. Address Box
, Boe.
Miscellaneous.
WE have several good tenants for all mod
ern house and apartments.
' F. D. WE AD. 810 S, 17th St Doug. 171
MOVING AND STORAGE
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
- Separate locked rooms for household
goods and. pianos; moving, packing and
snipping.
OMAHA VAN AND STORAOB CO.,
f02 So. 16th St. Douglas 4161
GORDON VAN CO.
"7 -.. FIREPROOF WABBHOCBa
u Packing, atorage and moving
!1 N. 11th St. Pbon. Doug
las sai.
FIDELITY MRVIC&- FREE
Pbon Douglas 168 for complete
list ot vacant houaei and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th ana Jackson Sts.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
STORAGE COH
Expert service; prompt attention. Tour
moving your packing, your storage.
Main Cfflcs Central Furniture Store.
16th d Howard. Tel. D. 7785.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service re movlig. packing and
storing, ca.l Tyler 380 or Douglas 4331-
Jn DTTTCP'n Expt-ess Co.. Moving
J, SXLiLiU Packing and 8 ton..
1"fl7 Fsrnam St Web. 1748 Doug 6146
Maergard
Van and two men.
11.26 per hour.
Van and Storsps Co., Moving, Packing.
Storage and Shipping. Phone Doug. 1496.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WE have some highly improved farms in
. the vicinity of Watertown, 8. D. These
ars corn and alfalfa lands. Will consider
exchange In part.
MIDWEST LAND CO.,
10ST Omaha Nat. Bk. Phnne P. 1166.
GOOD OMAHA IN COMIC PROPERTY,
and part cash to exchange for Douglas or
Sarpy county farm land.
BOX 8643. BEB.
i HAVE a $26,000 hardware, doing good
business, and S10.000 In money. Want
Western Iowa or Eastern Nebraska farm.
S. S. and R. S. Montgomery. 606 Om
Nat. Bk. Bldr.
.(KRAMB flat, 70 ft. frontage on good street;
" Income $1,600 per year. Price $9,000. Will
- consider part payment; balance terms. In
qulrs Joseph Pick, 321 Evans St Web
ster 4HB6. ;
FINE mod. home at 4-d and Grand to
exchange for acrws.-
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
92-0 City Nat Doug. 8862.
REAL ESTATE Improved
West.
N ATTRACTIVE HOME
BUILT TO LIVE IN, NOT TO
r RENT. ,
BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED
AND DECORATED
IN THE VERY BEST RESI
DENCE DISTRICT.
This (a one of the beat built homes In
Omaha. Stone foundation and tenement,
solid brick above; slats roof. The coal
bin and fruit cellar of tile. Practically
jio cost for painting or repairing.
Library with built-in bookcases, solid
rherry: halls snd staircase? of oak; dining
room is paneled In Venetian oak. All
j floors are hardwood. Large double storm
- windowed and screened sun porch, con
nected with both the library and dining
room by French doors. The walls of the
c first floor and upper hall are covered with
g hand-decorated burlap, except the music
room; three bath rooms. Large clostts
' with outside windows, wardrobes snd
chest of drawers. There Is a laundry
fruit cellar, furnace room and specs which
fan be finished for a billiard room In the
basement, which Is cemented throughout
Large soft water cistern, gas, hot water
heater for summer use.
So well built that lb tons of coal will
heat It throughout and with solid brick
Walls. H Is wonderfully cool in summer.
At the very crept of the hill, there Is
always a breess there If any whore. It Is
convenient to, the car line and In the
cholr-ejt residence section of Omaha. The
lrp Is very reasonable and terms will be
made to suit the buyer's convenience.
0"ncr leaving the city.
Addrcamox .its;, Bit.
REAL ESTATE Improved
West.
WEST FARNAM
$5,350
Never been occupied, seven room, with
fireplace and built-in bookcases: oak fin
ish on the firm floor; oak floors through,
out; white enamel and birch mahogany
on the recond floor. This Is a bargain
and can make terms.
GLOVER & SPAIN (Realtors'),
lie. 51) City Kat, Bk. Bid,. P. .
WEST FARNAM.
Nine rooms, strictly modern, full two'
story home, Just north of the Black'
stme, large lot paved street pavtn,
paid, east front, ror s quick mis
give you a bargain figure f
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
337 Omaha Vat'l Bank. HI,. D. 171
NEW BL'NJALUW.
FIt. roomi, itrlctli modera, tlnlabwl In
oak: locat.4 at N. Slth St Prle.
13,160. Tarnw. Will tak. amati eottai.
to traoa.
Konms ft NORRIS,
409 Ba Bldf. Phona Douilaa 37l.
"Price Only $4,350
Eight-Room Brick Home
Strictly modern throughout: built by
owner for home, choice lot 60x140, all
specials paid. Near Sth and Charles
St Call
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
101 Om. Nat'l Bk. Bldg Tyler 466.
$150 DOWN AND $20 PER
MONTH.
Burs this 6 -room houso, good as new:
two blocks from west Park car; large
lot Let us snow you this today,
BIG 4 REALTY CO..
101B-16 W. O. VT. Bldg. D. $4,
T TWO FINE HOMES.
Cathedral district, new 7-r., sleeping
porch, oalt and birch finish, up-to-date
throughout. Bargain price.
Florence boulevard, nearly new 6r., oak
and birch finish, fireplace, east front, cor
per lot a dandy home. Call Douglas 16$.
North.
PRICE ONLY $5,750
FOR ONE OF THE FINEST
homes on the North Side Seven rooms,
fireplaces, bookcases, buffet, breakfast
room, the latest in plumbing, brand new.
built by day labor throughout, detected
materials, splendidly arranged. This
home Is too. complete to describe. If you
are on the market for a choice home In a
splendid location, don't fall to Have i
show you this bargain.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
T01 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
DANDY NEW BUNGALOW.
. 6 rooms with stairway to floored attlo
oak finish In living rooms; all modern
furnace; Just completed; exterior frame
and stucco; nice east front lot all sodded
and trees growing) permanent walks;
one Mock from Fon tensile Blvd.; located
high and sightly, near 47th and Bedford,
Price, $3,400; $200 down, balance terms.
Here Is a good buy. .
C. G. CARLBERG (Realtor),
312 Brandels Theater. Bldg.
FINE room, stucco bungalow, joak finish,
with oak floors, built-in buffet, and cup
boards, in fact everything one could wish
for; flue lot; 1 blk. to' car and Miller
Park sohoot. - Price $2,150, . $260 cash,
bnlance Ilka rent. .
RASP BROS., ilft Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721,
FOR ssie or Issee, one or both lots, each
66x132, at N. W. Cor. of Uth and Daven
port Sts. Hake best offer to Mrs. H. L.
Hawver. Melrose Hotel. Lot angeiea, uai
STRICTLY modern bungalow, 6 rooms 23nd
and Ames Ave. wensier zza
South.
YOU WILL NEVER BUY
FOR LESS .
money a practically new five-room, strict
ly modern home, built by day labor, of
elected materials, oak finish, oak floors
throughout? full cement basement brick
foundation. Price only 93,660. Located In
new Leavenworth Addition. Terms ll as
sired. When can you see It? Call.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-5 Omaha Nat Bank. Tyler 466.
OWNER SAYS
SELL THIS WEEK !
Elrht-room modarn ltomfl and has re
duced - the prtca to only $3,100. Choice
ast front lot. located near Stth and
Leavenworth.
OSBORNB REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Wat. Bank Bldt, Tylr M.
IIONTCLAIR BUNUALOW.
tueeo oonatructtoo. lam light rooma.
Oak floora. oak and iamel flnlab. Prie.
I2.S0O. Eaay term a. Another new build-
tnf (or ll.60. Call Domla. 17U daya
walnut 16o arminra.
NEAR Zfith Ave. and Woolworth Seven.
room houaa with lawn. 76x127 Mat, ana
fruit, very cheap, r. D. weaa. no a.
lth St
K. HOMB. rloae In. on 26th Ave.; nice
large lawn vlth fruit; very cheap; ,z.avu.
P. D. Wead, S10 So. llth.
FOR SALE 'By owner,, new modern 7-room
home, oak omen, aleeping porcu ana gar
age, at lsu so. zstn l
SIX rooma, modem except heat, fl.BOft.
Terms. Sea Owner. 2114 N. list Bt. wt-
star 0.
Miscellaneous
B. S. TRUHBULI.
10S 1st Nat Bk. Bldg.
mnct null TV m un Thealei
vj.xw ivwvi-i Building.
B. ROBINSON, Real Uatate and Inaur
.no. , 40 Bee Bldg. , bougie, toi-7.
REAL ESTATE investment
DOUGLAS STREET
66x168 South front Just west of SOth
St. $460 per front foot; cheapest prop
erty on jjougias between jsutn ana ztn,
HIATT COMPANY,
Tyler 10. 245 Omaha Nat. Bk, Bldg.
GOOD INVESTMENT'
Almost new 8-story brick building
rented at a good fair Income on $60,000.
Located on Farnam near J Oth.
Harrison & Morton,
15 Omaha Nat. Bank.
Doug. 3t4.
HOME BUILDERS
7 SHARES
A FEW LEFT
of the 7 pet. shares authorised Jan.
Next Issue will probably bear 6 pet. You
can order by mall and get 7 pet. shares
while they last Offices: 203 & 17th St
oma ha.
APARTMENT.
176.000 Income 12 per cent; on year
old; very Pne location; mortgage $36,000
and will' sccept $20,000 In trsds; twU
aces cash or negotlsbls papers
CALKINS CO..
Douglas 1318. City Nat Bank Bldg.
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
SPECULATIVE PROPERTY.
A. P. TUKEY A SON.
REALTORS,
680 First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
North.
FTER looking it MINNA LUSA 300 dlf-
ferenl buy 4 is Cecined tnat It was to Best
proposition on the msrket and they
backed their Judgment by buying lota
IF YOU will corns out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
14$ Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 7
Miscellaneous.
1
DANDY LOT.
60xt86, two street frontages; easy
terms. Call Douglas 1004 or evenings
Harney 410
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lots. Price 121:0. only
12 cash end f0 rents per week Doug lail
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LIST I NO houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments, have parties waiting weatern
Rest Berate, 413 Karhach Blk. D. X607
LIST your 6 and 6 room houses with Ed
ward F. Williams Co.. 801 Omaha Nat.
Dank BMg. P. 420,
LIST your t and 0-room houses with us.
WI BELL TH KM. OSBORNB RSALTT
Co.. Tyler M
ARN'DT A TAYLOR can osMst you.
Laird St. Webster S030
REAL ESTATE B'net Pr'pty
LOT, 60x161; trade or cash- Terms. Tele
phone evenings. Harney $164.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Benson.
TWO ACRES
IN ALFALFA
Only a short dletance from Benson, on
one of the highest sites In the country.
Has half acre In smalt fruit. Price $1,300;
$t0 cash, $16 per month. Call Tyler 60
and ask for Mr. Reed. Office open svsn
lngs, 7 till .
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
(Realtors)
1I4 Harnfy St.
Dundee.
DUNDEE PROPERTIES
Wall located lota on aaay term. Mod.
ro. attractive homoa. B,ror. hurloi
b. euro and aee
GEORGE & CO.
6-ACRB blk.
Falracrs and Brownell Hal)
district Brian,
C J. Canan.
South Side.
24 ACRES, Just over ths litis In Sarpy
county, away from the high taxea Rich,
level lana. xirst broken la me. Raised 4
crops of alfalfa. , $6,006, Terms can be
arranged.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.. INC.
4S.5 South 34th St Phone South 3347.
Miscellaneous.
HOUESKEKKRS. ATTENTION!
On a small cash payment we will buy
the lot you select build a boms after your
own plans and have you pay for It on
mall monthly payment without extra
Interest
SOUTH Old AH A WVEflTMENT CO.
INCORPORATED CAPITAL $36,000.
4136 a 34th S Phone South 1147.
ACRE tracts, $476. $10 down, $7.$0 It.
Close In, near car rtous'as 6074
FINANCIAL
INSURANCE, Fire, Tornsdo. Automobile;
C. A. Orlmmel, 84t Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates
6. tH and e par cent Reasonable com
mission.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
21; gouth 17th. Omaha. Neb.
"FARM MORftfAQES.
Wea-secured, bearing. pet Interest.
HARLEY 3. HOOKER. -$40
Frfst Nat Bk. Btdg. Tel. Tyler 1668.
i l'ER CENT to per cent on best class city
residences tn amounts $2,000 up, also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1S22 Farna. St
MONEY to loan on improved farm and
ranch, ws also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloks In v. CoL. Omaha.
$1,000 MTOE., bearing 6 pet. semi-annually,
secured by property' valued at $2, 6 00.
Taltnage-ixomia in. uo., w. o. w. mag.
H. W BIDDER
Money on hand for mortgage loan
City Nat. Bsnk Bldg
PRIVATE money
to loan on Omaha rft-
dence property.
Keellno Bldg.
E. H. Lougee, Incy 634
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE R. E CO.. 1016 Omaha Nsfl.
FARM and city tosna, 6, and 6 per cent
w h. Thomas, K.eHne Bldg. ooug. itnu.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. Oraham. 604 Bee Bldg.
SHOPEN CO.. PRIVATE) MONEY.
$100 to $10,000 mads promptly. F D. Wead.
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
5V
CITY GARVIN BROS,
LOANS , Om, Nst. Bk. Bldg.
5
MONEY HARRISON A MORTON.
$16 Omaha Nat Rank Bldg.
LOW RATES. C. 43. CARLUKRO. 812 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D 686 -
Stocks and Bonds.
TO MEET the Increased cost of
living you must place your
money where It will yield a
greater Income. A 7 par cent
participating cumulative pre-
' ferred stock with the highest
grade of security means an ex
ceptional Investment. This
stock will not yield lest than 7
per cent and participate In the
profits of ths company over
that amount, making a very at-
tractive, secure investment For
particulars regarding this In
vestment : address Box $848,
Uee. '
A
LISTED and unlisted stocks. Investment
BucurittoS, Industrial stnckn.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW & CO.,
Buy umana Kat 1 Bank Bldg.
Abstracts of Title.
Kerr
Title. Guarantee nd Abatract Co..
105 & 17th St. ground Boor.
Bonded by Maaa. Bonding and ina. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldeat abatract of
fice In Nehraaka. 306 Brandeta Theater.
Miscellaneous.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panies. 610 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LAND
Minnesota Lands.
IMPROVED 100-aor. farm. IS mllea from
Mlnneapolla; .40 aerea cultivated, balance
meadow and timber; 13,000 worth of
bulldtnga. will aell for IS.0O0: eaair terma.
Schwab Broa., 1011 Plymouth Bldg., Uln
neapolla. Minn. .
Missouri Lands.
SMALL MO. Farm 110 caah and SI month
ly; no Intereat or taxea; highly pfoductlve
land; cloae to 3 big mnrkete.- Writ, for
photographa and full Information. Munger.
A-ua, w. r. Lire umg... Kanaaa city, afo
Montana Lands.
IF YOU want a bargain In a good farm In
tne judltu Basin or -Montana, here It la
400-acre ranch; 300 aerea broke, to acrea
more can-be broker .0 aorea m-tlmothy
granarlea that hold 5.000 buahela; good
house and lmprovementa: good welt. Can
be bought for 141 an acre, -And the 200
acrea of crop go -with the .place. Terma
reaaonabie. write tne r lret- mate bruk
of Buffalo. Mont., for any .further Infor
mation, aa thta will not laat long at thla
price.
Nebraska Lands.
' FOR BALE.
140 acrea; 160 acrea cultivated, 150 more
good farm land, baL '.pasture. All lm
provementa nearly new. s-room house,,
barn 16x40, three hen houses, hog house,
garage, well, windmill, nlco grove, other
lmprovementa, church and school, mall
route and telephone. Write for terma to
BOX 46. HAIOI.ER, NEE
FOR SALS OR TRADE!.
1,440-acre ranch, southwestern Thomaa
County. Neb., partly Improved, price 112.50
per acre.
ARCHER REALTY COMPANY.
Dooglaa 2410. 580 Brandels Bldg
SMALL, Nebraska farma on easy paymenla
5 aorea up we farm the farm w. aell
you. Th. Rungerford Potato Growera
Association, llth and Howard Sta.. Oma
ha. Douglaa 1171.
WET landa mads dry enough fov crops ot
no pay la our way or draining land. No
tract too large or too wat. Guarantee
Drainage Co., Oakland. Neb.
YOU want a balanced ranch; correct prlco
Ana terms; my seu acrea, box J3vi, Al
liance. Neb,
Texas ,ands.
GOOD corn land. East Toxaa, 1:6 an acre.
fiet ray free book.
W. S. FRANK. 20t Wevllle Block. Omaha.
ACRES, Trancltas. Tex.; rich solt and an
oil field prospeot; value 1500. Might trade.
Box 4110. Bee.
REATSTATiTTRANSFERS
Maud 8. Butler. aiJmlntstrix, to the
National Land company 11.960
William H. Anderson, guardian, to
Krlegler. Fifteenth street, 330 feet
south of Castelar, west side. 66x
140, undivided 4 48ft
William H. Anderson to ,Mlk Krtefr.
ler, Fifteenth etreet. 330 feet south
of Castelar street, west side, 1x
140, undivided , 1
Bsrker company to John B. Hankell,
Brown street, 82.fi feet east of Twen
tieth street, north side. 41102.4. s 1
Frsnk E. Kurts and wife to Cyrus
R. McCotter t al. northwest corner
Thirtieth and Indiana streets. 471.
xM.fl ... , 4,000
Continental Realty company to John
W. Browd, Forty-second etreet, 10O
feet north of Frances street, went
aide, 160x120 0
INDIAN CHANGES
ANSWERIN COURT
Tells Exactly Opposite Story
from the One He Told to
the Federal Grand
Jury.
Twice on Tuesday morning the fed.
eral court machinery was started to
grind out justice to offenders against
the criminal laws. And twice the
machinery was clogged.
The case of the United States
against Charles Beacon, charged with
selling liquor to Indians, was first.
George Phillips, an Indian, was the
government's pricipal witness. II
had made affidavit and had testified
before the grand jury that Beacon
naa sold nun liquor. Assistant Uni
ted states Attorney Saxon placed
him on the witness stand and started
out with the usual preliminary ques
tion, "Do you know the defendant in
this case?
He could scarcely believe his ears
when rmilips answered stolidly,
"No."
"Did he ever sell you any liquor?"
asicea tne attorney.
"No," said the witness.
He stuck to this testimony, a I
though it is in direct contradiction of
what he testified before the grand
jury. He may have to answer
charge of perjury later.
To Jail for Contempt.
The jury was dismissed and an
other jury was impaneled to try the
case ot the United states against YVil
liam Snow, an Indian. William wai
charged with "introducing liquor on
the Indian reservation."
But, alas I William had introduced
liquor into himself' very recently. No
evidence of that was needed. It was
too apparent. William was in no
condition to be in the1 aunust tribuna
of the federal court.
Judge Woodrough sentenced him
torthwitn to thirty days in the Doug
las county iail 'or contempt of court,
No further effort was made to so
on with criminal cases. '
Wednesday ludze Woodroueh will
start hearing a murder case in the
lederal court in Leavenworth, Kan
Federal Judge Pollock of Toneka
Kan., will be here to proceed with
criminal cases in the local court.
Uncle Sam Finds Way to
Relieve the Car Shortage
While tht railway sub-committee of
the National Council of Defense has
not gone so far as to take over the
management of the railroad, it is
demonstrating what can be accom
plished by operating them as a unit.
The government has taken up some
of the freight traffic problems and it
is said the methods applied have
quiuKiy siraigmenca out a tangle.
In Omaha, for instance. 100 car
loads of wheat had been bought for
export to the allies. Itfwas necessary
iu muvc una train 10 cw xoric in
Quick time in order to catch an out.
going vessel. The shipping order was
placed with the Northwestern. It so
happened this road did not have on
hand sufficient cars to handle the ship
ment immediately. The Union Pacific
had 200 empty cars on sidings in
Omaha, This was called to the at
tention of the government officials
and in less than three hours notice
came to the Union Pacific to turn
over to the Northwestern immediate.
ly a sufficient number of cars to
transport the wheat.
Registrars for Draft Day
Are Sworn In by Moorhead
Volunteer registrars for conscrip
tion flocked to the election commis
sioner's office at the court house in
laree numbers Tuesday morninsr. re
ported to Election Commissioner
Moorhead, received their instructions
were sworn in and assigned to vari
ous precincts.
The election commissioner wants
all volunteer registrars to report by
Wednesday evening at the latest. He
can still use the services of about
thirty volunteers for registration du
ties.
There are 124 voting precincts in
Douelas countv. From two to three
registrars will serve in each voting
place.
With three exceptions owners of all
store rooms and other privately
owner buildings used as election
places !iave Offered their properties
to the election commissioner for reg
istration day June 5. The majority
of rooms used as voting placed are
owned by private individuals, the rest
being school houses ana tire stations,
Torrents Fail to Block ,
Rehearsal of Den Actors
Rain Monday night failed to stop
the weekly rehearsal of Den song
birds who are tuning up for the open
ing of the summer's festivities June 4.
The big turnout tickled Artificer
Gus Renze mightily, for Gus reasons
if his players show up when torrents
are pouring into the streets they will
be on th Job at all other times, too.
Oscar Lieben directed the rehearsal
of "The Queen of Hair Island," a mu
sical burlesque which winds' up the
big show this year, with Stage Man
ager Charley Docherty assisting. The
principal parts are taken by Dr. Glad
stone Derby, Jack Alvord, Harry
Watts, Kid Bunce and Charley Doch
erty. The board of governors reviewed
the rehearsal Monday night and were
well pleased, ' Rehearsals are to be
held Wednesday and Friday nights
this week, too.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Barker company to Margaret Fill en
worth. Barker avenue, 90 feet went
of Forty -seoond street, south side,
4;xl08 1
Albert O. Jensen and wife to Carl
Jensen, Martha street, 79 feet eunt
of Twenty-third street, south side
43a7fi :
WllUsm G. Dickey and wife to Ucorge
C. Johnson, Cuming street, S3 teet
east of Forty-ntnth street, south
side. 4.1x93 , 4,000
J. Alf-xandr Jenkins and wife to
Laura A. Qranvelle, Thirty-third
Street, 44 feet north of Mason etreet,
wrt side, 44x124 1,8.0
Peter Peter(nn and wife to Knorh Car
oler, Twenty-fourth street, KB feet
north of Kansas avenue, 44x120 ... 225
Kathrlne C. Norrls to Ktlen M. Nlch.
ols, Lnrtinore avenue, 200 feet eant
of Thirty-third street, south side,
BOxl28 1
Henry A. Hobbs and wife to fWena
K. Rohan, northeast comer Nine
teenth nd Lake streets. I.x02 2
Silas A. Harris, guardian, to Earl
L. Felton, Wright street. HO feet
east of Fortieth street, north side.
60x120 1,000
Maud 8. Butler, guardian, to J. O.
Rfrhards, Twenty-third street, 160
feet south of Sab. lor etreet, went
aide, 30x124 2,400
ANOTHER BEE MAN JOINS
U. S. COLORS.
RALPH CAMPBELL.
Ralph Campbell, the fourth mem
ber ol The Bee family to be accepted
by the War department to attend one
ot the orhcers reserve training camps,
received orders Monday night to pro
ceed at once to Fort Louan A. Root,
Arkansas, Ark. Mr. Campbell was
connected with the advertising de
partment of The Bee.
Enumerators Selected
To Take School Census
Enumerators who will take school
census next month;
Bancroft Florence A. L.ks.
Beala Mra. Howard 8. Miller.
Brown Park Mra. Francea Zpevak.
Caas J. B. Brunsr.
Castslar Mra. Jessie Christie.
C.ntral Mr,, Grac. Anderson. .(
Central Park Mrs. J. A. Metcslf. '
Clifton Hill -Mra. Carolina Chrlatenaon.
Columbian O. C. DeBolt.
Cotnenlus Mrs. Ella Mi'Cullough.
Corrlgan Mra. Kmery Welle.
Druid Hill Mrs. Edith Johnson,
Dundee Dorothy Jllll.
Dupont Ethel M. Popper.
Edward Roaewater Mra. William Hart,
nett.
Farnam Mrs. Jamea C. Carter,
Franklin Mildred K. Banker.
Garfield Mrs. William H. Hancock.
Hawthorne Ethel M. Recae.
Highland May .Learh.
Howard Kennedy Mrs. Gertrude Biting.
wood.
Jungmann Mrs. James Ryan.
Kelloin Florence Mead.
Lake Mra. J. K. Hassard.
Lincoln Mrs. R. P. l.umpkln.
Long Norman J. Haverly.
Lothrop Caroline R. Brooks.
Lowell Golril. B. Johnson.
Madison Mary G. Moore,
Mason Emma Feennn.
Miller Park Bertha M. Rood.
Monmouth Park allien A. Llndberg.
Pacific Mrs. Lorena McQraw.
Park Phllomena Gorman.
Karatogu Olga K. Anderson,
Maunders Krdlce Baumgsrdner.
Shermsn Lucille Kendall.
South Central Sarah L. Ash.
South Franklin Mrs. T). P. Houser.
South Lincoln Martha H. Adama,
Train B. J. Ferguson.
Vinton Mary Brown.
Walnut Hill Mrs. May B. Horn.
Webster Laura E. Kuinpf.
West Side Ines Msngan.
Windsor Katie D. Scott.
Cast Selected for the ,
Central Senior Play
Nearly all the cast for the play to
be given by the graduating class of
Central High school has been chosen.
The play will be given at the Bran-
deis theater Saturday night.
The following girls have been chos
en to act as ladies-in-waiting, novices,
maids, peasants, dancers and servants:
Arline Abbott, Esther Boggs, Ruth
Cassidy, Eva Dahlquist. Ruthine
Douglas, Thelma Ehrhardt, Kathleen
German, Virginia Hoppero, Jeannette
Harsh, Minerva Heine, Marie Hop
kins, Anna Jensen, Irene Mason,
Helen Miller, Helen Nieman, Helen
Puis, Mary Redgwick, Gertrude Sell
ner, Winnifred Shackell, Helen Rob
inson, Ruby Swenson, Ruth Swenson,
Mane Ihompson, Jean Wallace,
H.-len Waymuiler and Inez Westfall.
Th following bovs will act as men-
at-arms, knights, servants and hunt
ers: Warren Best, Robert Booth,
rred Bowser, frank Campbell, Owen
Comp, Guy Goodrich. Law.ence
Hogue, Bernie Holmquist. Tack Lan-
dale, 'Donald Lyle, Lawrence Ort
man. Harold Pearson. Hilbert Peter
son, George Peterson, Clarence Pfeif-
fer, Eugene Kussum, fierce Rogers,
Donald shepherd, Jack hpencer, Stan
ley Wallin. and James Williamson.
Eleven Methodist Nurses
To Receive Diplomas May 28
Commencement exercises for the
graduating nurses of the Nebraska
Methodist Episcopal hospital win
take place Monday evenina. Mav 28.
at 8 o'clock at the Walnut Hill Meth
odist church. Rev. J. F. Boeye will
deliver the principal address ana
diplomas to the eleven graduating
nurses will be presented by C. W. De-
L,amatre, one ot tne trustees, ine
followinir will srraduate: Ora Ham
ilton, Lily B. Munro, Edith Brannian,
Emma Holmgren, Carolyn Ulam
meier. Florence Wildish, Elizabeth
Oldenberg. Mary Marshall, Harriett
Brenenstall, tlfneda Seeck and uetn
Jamison.
St. Louis Red Cross Worker
To Aid in Omaha Campaign
Herbert Morean. vice president of
the American Trust company of St.
Louis and one of the best known Red
Cross speakers in the country, is due
to arrive in (Jmaha today, according
to a wire received by Gould Dieu
from J. J. O'Connor, director of the
central division, with headquarters in
Chicago. He has offered his services
to the Omaha chapter for two days
and it is exnected arrangements will
be made as soon as he arrives to have
him speak at some big meeting.
The Test of Time.
Sav what vou will, time tries all
thinns. onlv the best survive. Cham
berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem
edy has been in use for more than
forty years. Many millions ot Bot
tles have been sold and used during
this time. It has stood the test of time
because it can always be depended
upon. Advertisement.
AMUNEMENTS.
BASEBALL
OMAHA . SIOUX CITY
Monday, May 21.
ROURKE PARK
May 21 Ladies' Day '
Game Called at 3:15
OMAHA SUPPLIED
WELL WITH LINKS
Golfers Here Znjoy Pastime
Over Some of the finest
Courses in United
States,
By A. R. CROH.
A golf foursome, arriving at number
6 green one day, observed a farmer
looking over the club grounds fence.
One of the four conceived the pleas
ant idea of letting the unsophiiticated
country man take i drive. The u. c.,
being invited, accepted. "1 don't
cal'c'late I'm much good at it, though,1
he apologized. He was shown the
flag, 250 yards away on the next
green, tie looked at it, swung once
or twice, and then let drive. The ball
soared through the air, landed and
bounced onto the green, where it
rolled to within three inches of the
hole, an astounding drive where par
was 6. the tour gazed at the farmer
in amazement. But he only looked
dejected.
"Missed it. hv gum." he said.
With that oft our mind we will pro
ceed to divulge some information
about golf tn and around Omaha.
Six Courses Here,
There are four eighteen-hole
and two nine-hole courses in Omaha.
The former are the Country club,
Happy Hollow club, Field club and
tumwood park courses, tne latter is
municipal.
The nine-hole courses are at Miller
park, (municipal) and at Seymour
Lake Country club. Plans are under
way to make the latter an eighteen
hole course. It will have a total
length of 6,700 yards and will be the
longest golf course west of Chicago,
as well as the "sportiest."
A golf course is "sporty" when there
are plenty of hazards like long grass,
water, bunkers, trees and sand traps
to contend with. The Field Club
course is considered the "sportiest"
around Omaha now. It is 6,312 yards
oni. with a par of 74. I he Country
club course is 6,142 yards long and its
par is 72.
tne n.imwood oou ciur, Miner
Park Golf club, Prettiest Mile Golf
club and Women's Prettiest Mile Golf
club sre some of the clubs outside the
regular country club organizations.
Women are verv actively in the
game and the Omaha Women's Golf
association play tournaments every
year and holds competitions monthly.
Golfers Grow in Number.
TShere are about 7.000 golfing fans
in Omaha, and it is said that 5,000
of these have taken up the game and
learned the language ot tees and
greens and brassies and drivers and
inidirons and mashies and putters and
cleeks and niblicks and midmashies
and approaching cleeks and spoons
and spoon brassies in the last four
t here are anout lorty goit chips in
Nebraska. Lincoln has the only
eighteen-hole course in the state out
side of Omaha, i-ike tne umana
courses, this has also a "nineteenth"
hole." . .
Some golfers are great story tell
ers. One ot the species met a man
at his club and started telling of his
prowess.
"I made eighty-three today, some
thing I never hod to do," he said.
"Good," said the other. "You know
ti.liA 1 am tlnn. vntl T'm th. T).1V
member of the handicap committee."
The man with the wonderful score
was nonplussed; also taken aback.
But he had presence of mind.
"Well, you know who I am, don't
you?" he replied. "Why, I'm the
biggest liar in this club.
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Name Policy Committee" '
Of Conservation Congress
Here are the names of ths men who
are running the. State Conservation
congress, which opens tonight in the
Auditorium. Officially these men sre
known as the "policy committee" and
they have charge of alt departments
of the big congress: i
Chairman, E. R. Purcell, Broken
Bow.
Secretary, Frank G. Odell, Omaha,
Federal farm Loan bank.
Clark Perkins, Aurora, president
Nebraska State Press association,
O. G. Smith, Kearney, president
State Farmers' congress.
Chsrles Graff, Bancroft, president
Live Stock Breeders' association.
J. A. Ollis, Ord, president Nebraska
State Board of Agriculture.
C. H. Gustafson, Mead, president
Farmers' union.
C. W. Pugsley. Lincoln), director
agricultural extension.
J. W. Shorthill. York, secretary
Fsrmers' Co-operative Elevator asso
ciation. T. P. Reynolds, Omaha, president
Nebraska Federation of Labor. ,
E. V. Parrish, Omaha, bureau of
publicity. '
Dan Morris, Kearney, president
State Bankers' association.
George N. Coupland, Elgin, state
council of defense.
Ballard Dunn, Omaha, representa
tive Western Association of .Rail
roads. ' : C. '
J. W. Steinharr, Nebraska City,
president Stale Association; of Com
mercial Clubs.
Frank I. Ringer, Lincoln, secretary
Nebraska Manufacturers' association.
W. F. Baxter, Omaha, retail inter
ests. -Mrs. A. E. Davisson, Lincoln, home
economics department, University of
Nebraska. ,
Mrs. J. N. Paul, St Paul, president
State Federation of Woman's Clubs.
Building Jobs Stopped
' By, Strike of Teamsters
Whether it is a lockout of: team
sters, as the teamsters' union holds,
or fear of violence by building ma
terial men that prevents team deliv
eries to be made, the result, is the
same, and Omaha building; . contrac
tors are either idle on the job or are
in in ir un what material they had on
hand when the teamsters' strike was
called.
At the same time some deliveries
are being made by auto trucks. Team
sters make no objection' to this
method Of delivery, as they are not at
filiated with the auto drivers. Adams
& Kelly are delivering sashes and
doors as usual with the auto trucks.
While the building material men
fear violence to their teams and driv
ers if they send them on the streets,
the transfer companies, van com
panies, breweries and grocery people
are out with their teams daily and no
appreciable effort 'is being made to
molest them. . .
Commissioners to Choose7
Comfort Station Locations
Mayor Dahlman will appoint a
committee of city commissioner to i
determine three locations for public
comfort stations which will be es
tablished according to recent legisla
tive enactment. ut """ ,
On or after July 25 the city may
sell $50,000 comfort station bonds. The
mayor expects to have information
ready by July 15.
Good Fortune for You
Lies In the Path of the
"Bride o' Mystery." Watch
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