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THEHEK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27. UU ,
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
1E3IRABLU store) rooi i. modrn front.
metal ceiling, steam heat, 6.!-2ij" So.
: 16th St.; tUe 3:'xi0; can be subdivided;
low rent. Conrad Young1, 323 Brmndeis
Thoater Blflff. Douglas 1S71
LOW. PRIORI) modem oflki'; Farnam
Bldg.. I3tli and Far nam, (Old 1st Nit
FIRST TRUST CO.. Tyler SOO.
STORE for rent.
WORLD REALTY CO.,
8un Theater Building, .
SMALL modern glra room, steam heat.
1513 Capitol Ave, Conrad Tounf, 31'2
Brandeli Theater. Douglas 1571.
RESTAURANT, with fixture!, gas stoves
too la. at 107 So. 15th St.
MODERN STORK. Ulli St.. 70; close In.
Q. P. RTEHBINS. 1 ti 1 0 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
CHOICE office space, Balrd Bldg., 17th and
Douglaa. JlcCagua Jnv. Co.
WANTED TO RENT
tlnfurnished Apartments ind Houses!
STORE FOR RENT
III. 00 Uxti. with full cemented baae-
4ment, 8. W. corner Florence Blvd. and
Amee Ave. ; good location for tire
ahop and auto accessories.
h HIATT COMPANY,
215 Omaha Nat'l Bank.
AVE want more houses and apartments to
rent. The fact that we have practically
cleared up our bg Hat Is conclusive proof
11 , of the efficiency of our rental service. If
you want to keep your place rented sen
Payne & Slater Co.. Omaha's Rental
Men, 618 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1016.
TWO rooms for light housekeeping, unfur-
ntsned. walking distance. Box 6193, Bee.
Furnished Anartments and Houses.
Ny ANTED To "rent, 6 or 6-room, modern,
furnished bungalow. Can walnut 2376,
LIST your houses with us for rent. The
demand. Is good and ive have a watting
J. H. PUMONT & CO.. Realtors).
itt Keeline Bldg. Phone D. 690.
WB have several good tenants for all mod
ern houses and apartments.
T. D. WEAD. 318 6. 15th St. Doug. 171.
MOVING AND STORAGE
. GORDON VAN CO.
f FIREPROOF" WAREHOUSE.
Packing, storage and moving-.
Sit N, 11th St. Phoua Doug
FIDELITY service FREE
Phone Douglaa 288 for complete
Mat of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Sts.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert service; prompt attention. Tour
moving, your packing, your storage.
Main Office, Central Furniture Store.
17th and Howard. Tel. D. 7786,
Separate locked rooms for household
goods an4 pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
S02 S. 16th St. Douglas 4168.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For reil service In moving, packing and
storing, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
Van and S to race Co.. Moving. Packing.
Storage and Shipping. Phona Doug. 1496.
T 1 T-.T7imT" ftrnri-sam Co.. MovlniT
Packing and Utorage.
120T Farnam St Web. 2748. Doug. 6146.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
AN ATTRACTIVE HOME
'BUILT TO LIVE IN, NOT TO
. BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED
I AND DECORATED
' IN THE VERY BEST RESI-
- DENCE DISTRICT.
This la one of the best built homes In
Omaha. Stone foundation and basement,
oil-brick above; alato roof. The coal
bin and fruit cellar of tile. Practically
no. cost for painting or repairing.
Library with built-in bookcases, solid
cherry; halls and staircase of oak; dining
room la paneled In Venetian oak. All
j floors are hardwood. Large double atorm
windowed and screened sun porch, con-
nected with both the library and dining
room by French doors. The walla of the
I' first floor and upper hall are covered with
; hand-decorated burlap, except the music
room; three bath rooms. Large closets
with outelde windows, wardrobes and
cheat of drawers. There la a laundry
fruit cellar, furnace room and apace which
ran be finished for a billiard room In the
basement, which Is cemented throughout
i Large aoft water cistern, gas, not wate
, heater for summer use.
So -well built that lit tona or coai win
heat tt throughout and with solid brick
-walls, tt Is wonderfully cool In summer.
At tha very crest of the hill, there Is
always breeze there If anywhere.! It la
convenient to the car line and Id the
choicest residence section of Omaha. The
price la very reasonable and terms will.be
mada to suit the buyer's convenient.
Owner leaving the city.
Address Box 2687, Bee.
. .WEST FARNAM HOME
S rooms, brand new and all modern, oak
finish downstairs, white enamel kitcben,
4 bedrooms, all In white enamel; good at
tic; rooms all decorated; corner tot, south
front. Price only $5,750. 11,000 cash,
' balance monthly.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Doug. 217.
212 S. 17th.
FOR SALE By owner, 6.room cottage,
, close tn, good location. Modern. Small
cash payment down, balance like rent.
Worth your attention, a bargain. Address
Box 6202. Bee,
FOR SALE 4-room bungalow coltaga com
pltflvly furnish d. A snap for newly weds.
Call Colfax 1590 after ti p. m.
' BIG BARGAIN IN
Nine rooms, strictly modern; built for
a home, with quarter-Rawed oak finish,
hot water heat, finished attic, complete
basement, plastered, full lot, on Lafayette
Ave. Blvcj., near 3Sth; garage, non-resident
owner has cut the price to 16,000 for
quick sale, the house alone cost better
than $6,000 and the lot is worth $2,000.
Investigate at once.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglaa 62, 819-;" City Xat.
NEAR MILLER PARK
Dandy new S-room bungalow. Price
nnly $3,300 for beautifully decorated, right
np-to-the-ininute bungalow; has fireplace,
bookcases, china caMnets and all the
latest features: floor drain, etc.; lot 42
129; located within two blocks of Millar
Park school and car. This is positively
the biggest snap in the city. For appoint
ment to see call
OSBORNE REAT.TT CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 4 SB.
V NORTH SIDE
Seven-room house, all modern, full siacd
lot on corner, streets paved. This prop
erty Is on Burnetts . easy walk to 20th
or 24th car. Will give some one a bar
gain. Owner left city. -
; ALFRED THOMAS,
201 Fat nam Bldg.
NEW HOME AT A
E Z TERMS
Just completed, brand new five-room
h'tme, all on one floor, oak finish in par
lor and dining rom r oak floors through
out ; corner ot, 60x120; located one block
east of Deaf Institute, at 4301 Ohio St.
The price Is only $2,850. or quick sale.
H Will beat paying rnt.
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
701 Omaha Nut. Rk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
SrOUR COTTAGE as part payment on this
t-story six-room home, oak finish on 1st
floor, birch on 2nd floor, sleeping porch,
rooms newly decorated, full basement, fur-
I nace, fine lot, paved at., close to car, rear
f Omaha t'nl. Price $4,500; would consider
vacant lot as first pay.
KkSF BROS., .UO Keeline Bldg. Tyler 721.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
NICE BUNGALOW AT A
OWNER LEAVING CITY
Five rooms end bath, .11 on on. floor,
fill sttlc, large basement, everything;
complete; located on east front lot. within
one block of two car line., and the price
U aily 13.300. Kaay terms.
1 OSBORNE REALTY CO..
701 Omsha Nat. Bk. Bldir. Tyler ..
This in an all modern 7-room house, on
a lot. 4)xi:'.. Street paving paid. House
alone would coat the price, ami lot is
worth not lew than $1,000, One block
from Leavenworth car line and two block
from the park car linen. This In a genuine
bargain and should sell thin week.
Tyler 153S. REALTORS. 335 Rose RUIr.
ONE 6 -room and one 4-room cottage, bulb
on one lot: fin condition: llv In one and
rent the othr. Price for both, 13.760.
Very easy terns. No. .431 South SOth St
NOR It IS A NOR R IS,
400 Bee Building. Phone Douglaa 4370.
Stucco construction. t large light rooms.
Oak floor, oak and enamel finish. Price
ti.SOO. Easy tar ma. Another new baM6
Ing for 13.960. Call Douglas nil days.
Walnut lbM eTenlnga,
-K. MOD. homo. Birch and maple finish,
with steam heat, terms 3o0 cash, balance
in per mo.
F D. Wead, 310 So. 13th St., Wead Bldg
A VERY neat little home on the South
Side. Price 1600. Terms; 1100 cash and
110 per month. Tel. Doug. 2698.
STRICTLY modern bungalow, f rooms, !2nd
and Arnea Ave wenster 43?s.
Just listed, a 6-room, nearly new bunga
low, all on one floor. Living room and
dining room finished in ohU floors and oak
woodwork. Nice lot. 60x1 JR. Full cement
basement, furnace heat. Priced at $2,660,
less than the houe oould be built for.
Would consider a Ford car as part pay
mont, PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
(37 Omaha Nat. Bit. Bldg. D. 1781.
TEMPLETON-OLSON CO., 60S Bee Bldg,
Tyler 2020. Central real estate, Insurance,
i. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Inaur-
ance. 442 Bes Bldg. uougiaa osi.
R. & TRLJMBULL.
180B 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg ft 1714
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
H. A. WOLF, Realtor, Wars Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE Investment
17 5,o ip income is per cent; one year
old; vary fine location; mortgage $26,000
ance Cash or negotiable papers.
CALKINS & CO.,
Douglas 1313. City Nat. Bank Bldr.
BEE VS FfrR"lNVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKBT & SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WILL exchange a number of residence in-
come properties, some new aim otners
nearly new; also some vacant. Home are
clear of Incumbrance and some Incumbered
about 40 per cent. Want clear land.
TR AVERS BROTHERS.
811 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 6686.
10,000 ACRES In Chorry county to trade lor
a slock of Implements.
320 acres. Improved and fenced, for sale
160 acres farm land, highly Improved
good rich soli. Apply Box Y 76, Bee.
HAVE client with 240 acres good land la
eastern Montana. Clear, worth $6.000 ;
three miles (rom food railroad town.
Want ( to 8-room modern Omaba resi
dence, valuod $4,000 to $6,000. Joseph
Pick. 8219 Evans St. Web. 48KS.
A GOOD hotel with three lots; only hotel in
town; has 18 rooms, steam heat and in
good shape. Price $6,000.00; will want a
little cash and western land. U, A. Kull,
$60 AN acre buya 130-acre farm, 16 miles
from Omaha, Inquire 432 Ramge Blk. Tel.
Doug. 4212. Residence phone. Doug. 6776.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
BY OWNER, city lots, also income property.
Rates easy. Walnut 25L',
AFTER looking at MINNE LUSA 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market and they backed
their judgment ' buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
0OxlSS, two SJtreet frontages; easy
terms. Call Douglaa 1064 or svenlnga.
20 BEAUTIFUL lots, $H cash, 60c per week;
$160 and up. Near 34th and Sprague.
BEAUTIFUL 60-root iota. Pries $220, only
$2 cash ant? "iO cents per week. Doug. list.
HAVE a bargain price on lot In Mlnne Lusa.
C. A. urlm me I, Douglas lbtb.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Well located lota on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homes. Before buying; ba
sure and see
GEORGE & CO.
FINK S-room mod. home, on Chicago St.,
Dundee, exceptional value, $5, SOU.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO,.
9:9-SO Cliy Nat. Doug. 8802.
HOMES and home sites In Dundee.
SHULER & CARY. 204 Keellne. D. 8074.
BUY THE BEST
Five-room, oak finish, bungalow, on
South Side; bookcases, buffet, sun room,
oak finish; kitchen, with all the built-in
features; full floored attic; dandy base
ment; all built by dsy labor; real brass
fixtures; Yale & Towne bronze hardware;
duplex Bren 1 in shades; all brand new,
ready to move right In: nice lawn In
clover. Give terms for quick sale.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 2 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
surra of land, one mile from
Omaha, located on the Florence and Krug
Park boulevard, will be sold at public
auction to the highest bidder
SATURDAY. JUNE 30, AT 2 P. M.
Sale takes place on the premises.
This is Ideal suburban property; IS
acres natural timber with heavy blue
grass, a beautiful natural park, 8 acres
alfalfa, balance in cultivation, some good
fruit, small house, barn and other build
ings. Beautiful building sue-overlooking Mis
souri valley, one of the most picturesque
(arms in the state.
The owner is going Into government
service and farm will be sold regardless
of price it brings.
The legal numbers are swi of swU of
sec. 19 and 12 ',4 acres joining In nw',4 ot
ne of sec. 19, township 19, range 13,
Douglas county. Farm is clear ot ail In
cumbrance; title perfect.
Terms. $1,000 cash on day ot sale, bal
ance when papers are delivered. AH par
ties Interested will be takfn in auto to
see tha land free. Free transportation on
day of sale.
For further Information call auctioneer,
Red!!85, or Harney 41.73. There will be
no bys bidding. Farm will absolutely be
JAMES L, DOWD, Auctioneer.
J. O. ROURKE. Owner.
Five acres, north of Krug Park, located
at 64th and Grand Ave.; high and sightly
location. Pries, $2,600; terms.
Tyler no. 246 Omaha Natl Bank.
HEAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
NEW POULTRY HOUSE
$1,650 $100 CASH
Located at 37th and Wirt streets. A
splendid little place. "House on full cement
block foundation, with outside cellarwayt
house Is attractive; has t large rooms,
with targe porch; poultry house built ac
cording to government plans. Monthly
payments. Inoludtiif Interest, tid.tvo,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Ht. Five Phone. T SO.
REAL ESTATE Other Cities
BUYKEAt. ESTATE I N "
THE NEW STEEL CITY.
The citv with a future.
Near the U. S. Steel
Corp. $25,000,000 plant,
which is almost completed.
Lots are NOW $250.
Write now for information.
FRANK J. GIFFORD.
301-2 Commercial Bldg.,
St Paul, Minnesota.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments; havo parties waiting. Western
Real Estate. 413 Karbach Blk. D. 3607.
LIST your 6 and ft-room houses with Ed"
ward F. Williams' Co., 801 Omaha Nat.
Bank Bldg. D. 420.
LIST your 6 and (-room houses with us.
WE SELL THEM. OSBORNE REALTY
Co., Tyler 496.
FARM LANDS FOR RENT
WILL buy western Neb., Colo.. Wyo. land,
For attention, give full description, with
numbers. W. Sledentopf, Route 3, Mo-
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
DO YOU WANT A GOOD TEAM?
Omaha's Fre Department Is being mo
torisea ana tn horses must be sold. Can
ba seen at Nineteenth and Harney and
Twelfth and Dodge Rts. AH are honestly
priced, see n. t. urotte, 100 city nan,
$1,000 MTGE,, bearing 6 pet semi-annually.
secured by property valued at it,400. Tal-mage-Loomls
Inv, Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
THE best security for your money Is a good
6 or per cent farm mortgage; fourteen
years' experience making real estate loans:
no losses. Whits & Hoover, Omaba Nat'l
Well secured .bearing pet, interest,
HARLEY T. HOOKtR,
$40 First ,Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Tyler S8,
6 PER CENT to 6 per cent on best class
city residences in amounts iz.ooo up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1822 Farnam St.
Teh shares of Ralston Realty Co. at
one-half par value. Address M. 8. Dean,
1826 Feoplea Qaa Bldg.. Chicago, III.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
SHOPEN & CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
$10,000 PER CENT first mortgage so
cured by farm worth $25,000, near Omaha.
E. H. Lou gee, Inc., 638 Keellne Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
u'kkefh h. m. cu it" 1 6 umatia wat i.
FARM and city loans, 6, 6 Mi and 0 per cent.
W. H. Thomas, Keeline Bldg. Doug. 148.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th andFarnam Sts.
5T' MONEY HARRISON A MORTON,
JO sis Omaha Nat'l. Bank Btda.
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
LOW RATES C. O. CARLBERQ, 312 Bran-
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686. ,
Stocks and Bonds.
LISTED and unlisted stocks. Investment
securities, industrial storks.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW & CO.,
S60 omana National uanK Blar.
Abstracts of Title.
T'art Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
IVCII 105 s. 17th St.. around floor.
Bonded By Maw. Bonding and JDB. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of
fice tn Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
I".-present projnpt pay Insurance com
panies, 610 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
480 ACRES eastern Colorado farm, 120 acres
broken, only sg an acre. Terms.
B. 8. & R. E. MONTGOMERY.
657 City National Bank Bldg.
IDAHO LANDS IN BOISE VALLEY.
FOR SALE WE HAVE A LARGE
LIST OF IRRIGATED AND NONIRRI
GATED LANDS IN GRAIN, ALFALFA
AND STOCK RANCHES. ALSO 10, 20
AND 40-ACRE PRUNE AND APPLE OR
CHARDS. WRITE FOR INFORMATION.
PRICES AND TERMS.
GEO. H. WETTER & CO.,
GREAT BARGAINS 45 down; $Q monthly.
buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
$200. Address Box 808, Excelsior Springs,
I tiu ACRES, improved, only 1 mites from
Emenon, Nen.; every acre gooa iarm
land; there Is about 12 acres pasture that
will feed two head per acre; about 6
acres alfalfa and 20 acres clover, and a
dandy orchard and grove, at only $146
per acre, on aaay terms. 0. A. Kull.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
1,440-acre ranch, aouth western Thomas
County, Neb., partly Improved, price $12.60
ARCHER REALTY COMPANY.
Douglas 2410. 680 Brandels Bldg.
80 ACRES irrigated, fine, level, black .and.
near Bridgeport, Net)., very cneap, terms;
crop goes with land.
S. 8. A R. E. MONTGOMERY.
F27 City National Bank Bldg.
SMALL NebrasKa farms on easy payments
6 acres up We fsrra t&e farm we sen
you. The Hnngerford Potato Growers'
Association, 16th and Howard Sts.. Oma
ha. Douglas 9371.
U0-ACRE improved farm t miles from
Benson, wen situated and witn gooa roaae.
F. D. WEAD. 310 S. 18tb Sl Wead Bldg.
South Dakota Lands:
320 ACRES of good black loam soil and clay
sutisoil: good buildings; near town or
OOfl. South Dakoti. Write us for price
and fut her partii-ulani. Mid-West Land
Co.. 10S7 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1166.
FOR BALE Cheap. 4h0 acres, Fall River
county; three buildings, five alfalfa, forty
broke, fenced, all alfalfa land, soven miles
east Smlthwick, South Dakota. E. J. Daw
son, L'hadron, Neb.
GOOD corn land. East Tessa, $26 an acre
Get my free book.
W fl FRANK. Solvit vllle Block. Omahn
160 ACRES of flrst-rlaHS land, woll Im
proved, 60 acres In alfalfa, 80 acres under
plow. Sure crops, $75 per acre, excep
tionally easy terms; 2 yet.rs without in
terest on deferred payment; discount tor
BIG FOUR REALTY CO..
1H5-1I W. O. W. Bid. Douk. 3t.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
ENGLISH coach dog, light black spots, 2
months old. Webster 3401.
Persistent Advertising is (he Road
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as seourlty.
$40, mo H. goods, total cost. $3.60.
$40, f mo., endorsed notes, total coat, 91. tO.
Smaller, large am'ta proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT !OAN SOCIETT.
182 Rose Bldg,. 16th and Farnam. Ty. $6$,
LEGAL RATE LOANS
$14,00 $.140.00 or mora
Easy payments. utmost privacy.
itu raxton his. ti. iwug.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Clarence O. Heath and vrlfu to Awlhla
Kvlley, Fowler avenue, 140 feet east
of Thirty-first avenue, south side.
n.nry C. Bostwlck, Tr.. to Walter
llammermille r, Jefferaoit street, IK.
fret weit of Thirteenth street, south
side. 5lxiao Ia0
John H. Langs and wife to Freldrtch
Marart and wire, northeast corner
Nineteenth and Z street, 80x100.... l.OuO
Hubert W. Anderson and wlfo to West
ern Bridge and Construction Co.,
northeast corner of Thirty-ninth and
Marcy street. 165xm7
George C. Flack to Marlon V. S.o
vllto, Sixtieth street. 101,75 feet south
of Pin street, ensl "ldi 10L?5x!?s..
Ida M. Dennis to Ohrls K. Petersen.
Spencer street, 100 feet east of Twenty-first
street, south side, 100x134..
Mary Sally to School IMstrlot of Omsha,
northeast corner of Sixteenth and
Ptne street. 60x71 4,100
J, P. Hesi to A. K. Hess, Thirteenth
street, 140 feet north of Bancroft
street, east side, 53x110 1,8$0
A. K. Hess to First Trust Co.. Thirteenth
street. 140 feet north of Bancroft
street, past side. 62x110 280
MAggle A. Goodrich and husband to
Charles S. Goodrich, Forty-first ave
nue, 60 feet north of California street,
west side, 60x128
Earls E. Klpllnger and wife to H. W.
Harvey. Thirty-third stroet, 238 feet
south of Davenport street, east side,
Grace A. Slater to Amy Wood, t al,
Forty-first street, 100 feet north of
Dodge street, east side, 60x131 1
Seattle Dowsy and husband to Jesse
SenfeUben, Dale avenue, Florence.
HO tott south of Farnam street, east
side, 40x1464 1
Hastings & Ileyden to Jesse Senfetle
bcn. Date avenue, Florence, 130 feet,
south of Farnum street, east side.
James Denton to A. O. Ferdinand
Plorln, Twenty-sixth street, tl feet
south of Jaynes street, west side.
John T. Hallisey and wife to Lula
in. Jerome, nortnwest corner ot
Twenty-seventh and Fort street,
Malcolm Larson to Rollls A. Long,
Martha atreet, 196.4 feet cast or
Thirty-ninth street, south aide, $0
Tlllle Pruyn and husband to Minnie
c Lehbnhorr, Thirty-third street,
101 feet south of Dewey avenue.
east aide. 26x133 1
Franklin Mann and wife to Second
St. Mary's Avenue Congregational
Church society, northweast corner of
Thirty-sixth and Dewey avenue, 160
Francis A, Holt to Laura E. Ard,
Forty-second street, 300 feet north o(
Burt street, east side, 60x128.,.. 1
VCHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
News of Kansas Harvest Leads Bearish
lendancy to Trading and Wheal Drops
Off Another Cent.
Chicago. June 26. Announcement that
harvesting had begun In Kansas acted as a
bearish factor today In the wheat market.
Prices, although steady at the close, were
lo net lower, with July at $2.09 and Sep
tember, $1.84. Corn finished 2tto to $t4
down, oats unchanged ta $ off and
provisions at a decline of 8676o.
Several places in Kansas reported that
cutting of wheat was In progreaa and there
were also advices that new wheat from
Oklahoma was arriving at St. Louis. The
bear side of the market was xavored by
measagea from Washington that amend
ments to the food control bill had been
agreed to which would lessen opposition
to tne measure. At first tne maruet had
shown a temporary rlspositloa to harden,
owing apparently to some renewal of un
certainty as to the outcome of food legls-
atlon. Bullish reports mat tarmera in
Texas were binning moat of their wheat as
soon as It was thrashed also bad been given
Sultry weather, Just the kind to promote
the growth of corn, led to selling of that
ceroal. Beneficial rains In Nebraska, Kan
sas, Oklahoma and east of the Mississippi
counted, too, against the bulls.
oats were sustained by export pure liases
that were said amounted to 800,000 bushels.
The prohibition features of the food control
bill, however, remained to a degree a de
priving influence on values.
provisions weakened in sympainy who
the hog market. There also was disap
pointment over the withdrawal of the Bel
gian relief commission as a prospective
Chicago Cash prices w neat: ivos. ana
3 red and No. 2 hard, nominal; No. S hard,
$2.30(g)2.39. Corn; No. $ yellow, $1.780
1.744; JNoa. h ana yeiiow, nominal, uais:
No. 3 white, 66H7c; standard, I1HO
67c. Rye: Nos. 2 and I, nominal; No. 4,
$3.3)4. Barley: II.10&1.45. Seeds: Timothy,
)4.00$7.76; clover, $12.00g17.00. Provisions:
Pork, $39.00; lard. I21.06Q2L10; ribs, $21,15
Butter Easier; creamery, I3fjs7e,
Eggs Higher: receipts, 24,710 cases:
firsts, 3031c: ordinary firsts, 28029c; at
mark cases included, 28Q)31a,
Potatoes lower; receipts, 40 ears, all new;
no market for old; Oklahoma and Arkansas,
82.90&P3.20; MlnslBBlppl, 12.76 u 8.00; Cali
Poultry Alive, firm; fowls, l9ttQ20e,
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
Kanaua City, June 26. Cattle Receipts,
16.000 hiad; market, steady; prime fed
steers, $12. 60 13.45; dressed beef steers.
89. &oe 12.25; western steers, ?.ooiffia.6D;
cows, $6.6011.00; heifers. $8.50018-00;
Blockers and feeders, $7. 60 9 10.60 ; bulls,
$7.009.25; calves, $7.00014.60.
Hogs Receipts, 1 4,000 head ; market,
teady; bulk of sales, SI 4.90 & 15.70: heavy.
316.66 1G. 76; packers and butchers, $16.16
16.86: light, si4.tiuinib.2o: pigs, xia.buo
Sheen and Lambs Receipts, 9,500 head:
market, lower; lambs, $16.0018.75; year.
lings, ill.ooti'lt.uu: wethers, l3.uomu.36;
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago. June 26. Cattle Receipts, 6,000
head ; market, strong; native beeves, $8.60
fc) 13.90; Btocuers and readers, sft.vuwju.uo;
ws and heifers, 6.76ffllL50; calves, $11. dv
Hogs Receipts, lit, ooo nead: maruet,
weak and lOo lower than yesterday's aver
age; bulk of sales. $14.9Qfg16.60; light,
$14.2516.35; mixed. $1 4.60 16.80; heavy,
$14.50 15.80; rough, $4.5014.80; pigs,
$11. 00 614. 25.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 10,100 head;
market strong; wethers, $K. 80011. 75; ewes,
38.00roU0.50; iambs, $10.00(16.40; spring
New York, June 26. Metals Lead dull;
spot, $11.76 4J 12.00. Spelter quiet; spot
East St. L,ouis delivery, I9.00MB.Z6. copper
firm; electrolytic, spot and nearby, $32,000
34.00, nominal; third quarter and later de
liveries, $29.60(f532.00, Iron firm: No. 1
northern, $51.0052.00; No. 2, $50.00061.00;
No. 1 southern. $48.0049.00; No. 2, $47,600
48.60. Tin easy; spot, $61.50t62.50.
At Lonrton: Spot copper, 130; futures,
129 10s; electrolytic, 142; spot tin, 249;
futures, 347; lead, (80 10s; futures, 129
10s; spelter, spot, 54; futures, 50.
Dry ood Market.
New York, June 26. Dry Cloods Cotton
guods were firm today. Yams were firm
Ith a higher trend. Trading in yarns on
numbers from 7s to 16c; hss virtually come
to a standstill except for government needs.
Burlaps continued very firm with a rising
tendency, New lines of men's spring and
summer wear are being shown for 1918.
Drcm goods for spring also are being or
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frails,
New York, Junn 23. Evaporated Apples
Dull; fancy, Utyi3V; choice, ll'O
Dried Fruits Prunes, nominal; ijallfor-
nlas, 11 1i f 13fic: Orcgons, llV412c. Ap
ricots, ftuiet ; fancy, J. 23c. Peaches,
(Ulei; standard, 10 He; choice, 11c; fancy.
14c. Kalelns, steady loose Muscatels, 70
9c; choice to fancy seeded, 8s&9r; seed
less, ltllifiJllc; London layers, $1.80.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, June 28. Turpentine Firm,
3ij. Halts, 304 barrels: receipts. 909;
shipments, 206; stock, 20,964.
Rosin Firm, Sales. 1,134 barrels: receiple.
24,429 barrels; ahtpmrnts, 1,138; stock,
64,746. Quote: KM. $6.36; D, $6.46; E,
$6.65; G, $6.75; H, 16.86; I, $6.90; K, $6,10;
M, $6.25; N, $6.70; WO, $6.96; WW, $7.00.
In Overseas Service
Ottawa, Canada, June 26. Among
the names of Americans appearing in
the overseas casualty list today were:
W ounded : C. Borys, Loup City.
Neb.; J. D. W. Flct, Long Beach,
Cal; J. B. Thompson, Portland, Ore,
NEW YORK STOCKS
Railway Shares at Materially
Higher Prices Feature
New York. Juna $6. Prominence of rail
way shares at materially higher levels was
the most significant feature ot today's
trading which again derived Ita Impulse
almost entirely rrom profsslona sources.
The Inquiry for rails was attended by re
ports that the Interstate commerce com
mission would have In larsje measure request
tor higher rates. New rates income oper
ative nsxt Sunady, unless otherwise ordered,
Minor or reorganised rails figured to an
unwonted extent In the rise, especially the
western and southwestern divisions.
several Instances, notably St. Paul, which
registered a gross advance of two points,
improvement was ascribed to highly Ia
vorable crop conditions.
Vnltnd States steel and raised Industrials
denoted further pressure at extreme rsceS'
slons of 1 to $ points. Motors yielded 1 to
aiore than $ points, Studebaker heing the
weakest feature and coppers, shippings and
oils were restrained by adverse Washington
Central leather reacted 1 points to 9o4
after announcement of the extra per cent
dividend, that rate falling under general
expectations. Ohio gas was the weakest
stock In the list, dropping almost 7 points
to $1.26 uj. People's gas mads a further
rally of 9Vi points, but virtually all of this
was later relinquished.
Trading, at no time active, dwindled
steadily in the latter part or the session,
final Quotations showing Irregular Improve
ment on abort covering. Total sales, 810,000
Financial conditions bearing upon the
securities market, were (airly evenly
balanced, continuance of 6 per cent call
money being neutrallied by the arrival of
The strength of llres and a slight srt back
In rubles, were the only chsnges noted In
the market for foreign exchange. Honda
as rule were slightly lower on nominal
dealings. Liberty bonds hold firm at par.
Total sales, par value, $2,760,000. United
ales registered 3's declined per cent;
coupon and registered 3's of 1946. 1 per cen;
and Panamas. 3 per cent on call..
Number of sales ana range ot stoca
Hales. High. Lowe, t lose.
Am. Best Sugar - b '4
American Tan 3.700 49 49
Am. Car 4 Fndry., 28,ft0 80S 78 794
Am. Locomotive.. 2.100 74 "3V TB'i
Am. 8. A Refng... 3. TOO loft 107 107'i
Am. Sugar Refng. 1,900 131 HftMj "9.
Am. Tel. A Tel 129t
Am. Zinc. L. A fi ... 81
Aanaconda Copper 3,900 83; 2H 2H
Atchison 1.600 1034 10l lfll
A. G. eV W, I. ft. L. 700 112 4 111 111
Baltimore A Ohio, 4.100 75fc 74 74V,
Butte ft Bud. Cop 41V
Cel. Petroleum 194
Canadian Pacific. 1,800 160 169V, 159V4
Central Leather... 33.H00 98 95 96
Chesapeake ft Ohio 18,900 fti 81 61
C, M. ft St. Paul, 3,700 78 76 76
Chicago ft N. W 1I0U
C, R. I. ft P. ctfs $
Chlno Copper 700 61 G8 66
f olo. Fuel . Iron. sot 53 61' t3
Corn Prod. Refng. 4,700 82 32 3!
Cruolble 8teel 37,800 88 86 86
Cuba Cano Rugar 43 4? 4!
Distillers' Security. 400 22 21 22
Erie 3,400 27 26 27
General Electric... 12,700 10
General Motors 600 121 118 119
Qt. Nortera pfd... 1,100 108 108 log
Ot. N. Ore ctfs... 2.800 33 81 33
llinols Central,... 300 104 102 103
Inspiration Copper. 1,200 64 63 63
int. M. m. ptd.,.. l.nui aa sa
Inter, Nickel 1,600 40 39 39
Inter. Paper 500 38 30 3
K, C. Southern.... 2.400 23 23 2.1
Kennecott Copper. 2,00ft 45 44 46
Louis. eV Nash.... 300 17 126 127
Maxwell Motors... 3,300 49 47 47
Mex. Petroleum.... 2,500 97 96 95
Misml Copper 1,300 41 41 41
Missouri Pacific... 11,400 33 32 82
Montana Power . 106
Nevada Copper.... 800 28 23 23
N. Y, central s.ftnu 13 J
N. T., N. H. .ft H. 1,800 40Vi 3I 3S
Norfolk A West... 1.700 126 126 125
Northern Pacific 3,400 104 113 103
Pacific Mall 3,600 $0 88 19
Pacific Tel. ft Tel 26
Pennsylvania ... 1 600 63 . $3 63'
nttsDurgn coai... ja.noo no ,a
Ray Ton. Copper., l.nno 28 28 28
Reading- Z1.600 99 98 98
Kep. iron steel.. s,too 12 si
Shattuck Aria. Cop 27
Southern Pacific. 8,900 96 86 95
Southern Railway. 10,700 29 28 2H
Studebaker Corp.. S9.600 83 75 76
Texas CO 800 214 218 2)8
Union Paclfie S.200 139 13S 188
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol. t.SOO 164 162 163
U. 8. Hteel 108,200 180 126 130
U. S. Steel pfd.... 700 117 m 117
Utah Copper 400 111 110 lin
Wabash pfd. "B".. 1,800 17 27 27
Western Union 300 9$ 92 92
Washlngh, Electric 1,100 62 61 61
Total sales lor the day, 110,000 shares,
New Terk Money Market.
New Tork, June 26. Mercantile Paper
6tD6 ver cent. Sterllna exchange. 60 dav
bills, $4.72; eommerrlal 10 day bills on banks,
14.71: commercial so day b lis. 14.71 ;
demand. $4.76: cables. $4,78 7-16.
silver mr, 7Bc; Mexican dollars. sie.
Bonder Government, weak; railroad, Irreg
Tims Loans Strong: 60 days. 90 days
and 6 months, 6 06 per cent.
can Money strong; ntgn, per cent low.
6 per cent; ruling rate, 6 per cent; last
loan, per cent; closing bid, b per cent;
offered, 6 per cent.
"U. B. in, reg... 9K Jnt. M. M. ... II
"do coupon..., is g.. C. , ref. (s. 8n
U. 8. 3s, reg... 98 L. ft N. unl. 4s. 91
do coupon.... V'M K ft T 1st 4s K V
U. 8, 4s, reg..,.106Mo. Pao. gen. 4s. 69
"do coupon.... 104 "A Hont. power 6s.
Pan. Is coupon. 80 S. Y. C. deb. 6s. 106
Am. For. Sec. 6s. 94N. Pacific 4s.. 87
A. T. A T. fit. 6s 98 do 3s 62
Analo-French 6s 930. 8. L. ref. 4a.'87
Armour A Co 4 s 89Psn. T. ft T, 6s 96
Atcnison gen, 4s. 8'lenn con, 4s.luo
Haiti, ft O 4s.. 86 do gen. 4s.. 96
Cen. Leather 6s. 99Headlng gen. 4s. . P0
Cent. Pacific 1st 84 4. L. ft S, F. a. 6s 66
Ches. A O. cv. 6s 8B. Pacific cv. 6s 91
('., B. A Q. j. 4s 96 do rnf. 4s 84
C M ft 8 P g 4s 98 So, Railway 6s. . 97
CRIAPrr4a71 Tox. A Par. 1st 96
Colo. A 8, r 4 s 79 Union Pacific 4s 92
u, a n. Kt. rer. os -no cv. is sv
Dom. of Can. 6s. 96 U. 8. Rubber 5s. 85
Erie gen. 4s 61 I1. 8. Steel 5s. ..104
Gen. Elec. 6s. . .101 Wabash 1st 100
Ot. N. 1st 4s. 94W. Union 4s.. 91
ill. cent. rer. is ss 'Mid.
New York General Market.
New York. June 26. Flour Weaker;
spring patents, $13.40012,66; winter patr-nts.
8ll.S0ffTl2.il.: winter straignis, su.bbtw
11,80; Kansas straights, $12,16013-40.
Wheat spot, steady: no, 2 hard. 82. as.
f. o, b., to arrive.
corn spot, easier; no. z ye now, ii.bs, c.
1. f New York.
oats Hpot, easy; standard, 730'4c.
Feed Easy ; western bran, 1 00-lb. sacks,
$32.60; standard middlings, $38.50; city bran,
Hops Quiet; state, medium to choice,
1916, 30(3Gc; 1916; 608c; Pacific coast,
1916, 8tHlc; 1916, 708c.
Hides Quiet: Bogota, 4 3 He: Central
America, 42 c.
tara easier; middle west, izo.vnffizi.oo.
Butter Weaker; receipts, 18,744 tubs;
creamery, higher than extras, 39UO40O:
creamery, extras (9$ score), 339c; firsts.
7W3itc; seconds, a&ttT37c.
Kggs Firm; receipts. 26,862 cases; fresh
gathered extras, 35:i6c; fresh gathered
storage packed firsts, 34035c; fresh gath
ered firsts, 3233c; seconds, 30032c.
Cheese Firm; receipts, 2,760 boxes; state,
fresh specials, 224c; state, average run,
Poultry Live, weak; no prices quoted;
dressed, dull; chickens, 20029c; fowls, 19
OZBc; turkeys, ibouc.
New York, June 86, Cotton Futures
opeiud steady; July, 25.95c; October, 26.9c;
December, 2b.l7c; January, 26.20c; March,
Cotton futures closed steady; July, l!6.66c;
October, 26,44c; December, 26.57c; January.
lib. 9b; Marcn, zq.bzc; spot, quiet, middling.
The cotton closed steady al a net advance
of 60 to 12 points.
Liverpool, June 2s. cotton spot tn mod
erate request ; prince unchanged ; A mert
can middling fafr, 20,13d; good middling.
19.75d; middling, 19.4&d; low middling,
19.00d; good onilnary, 18.05d; ordinary,
17.65d; sales, 6.000 bales.
New York, June 36. Sugar Raw. firm;
centrifugal, 6.02c; molasses, $. 1 4c ; refined.
steady; fine granulated, 7,60c. Sugar futures
opened quiet and at noon prices were 6 to
7 points higher on good demand from trade
Later the distant transactions eased off
under liquidation. Closed steady and S
points lower to 9 higher. Fetes, 5,550 tons.
July, 6.1 lo; September, 6.29c ; December,
6.19c; January, 4.29c.
Kxtra Dividend on Leather.
New York, June 26, The Central Leather
rom pan y today declared an extra dividend
of a share on the common slock, to
gether with the usual quarterly disburse
ment of $1.!5 a share,
French Reports Almost $30,
OOO Turned Over to Red
Cross Fund Through the
South Side Campaign.
J. C. French, vice president of the
Stock Yards National hank, says he
turned into the Red Cross association
Saturday $J9773.35 and there were
several contributions yet to hear from
that would swell the total amount to
$31,000. The Live Stock exchaime
contributed $4,000, the Traders' ex
change $.1,375 and the employes
$1,576.97. There were 134 contribu
tions from the office employes and 463
from the plant outside the offices. The
ladies' hospital supply class in the
.vrmour oince communed jiw.
Good Crop Prospects.
W. B, Taft is at his desk in the
Exchange building again, after a
weck'j absence in the west. He at
tended a meeting of the Nebraska
Live Stock Growers' association at
Valentine, addressed a bankers' con
vention at Carter, S. D., and attended
a nieetitm ot the Cattle and Horse-
men's association in Wheatland, Wyo.
Mr. Tagg says all crops look very
promising and that the first alfalfa
harvest is on and the yield is heavy.
Pastures, he said, were lookinir tine
and the teed prospects very good.
Big Patriotic Meetings.
The big drive is on to recruit the
South Side company for the Sixth
regiment. Patriotic meetings will be
held at the packing houses Wednesday
and J nursday noon, and ward meet
ings will be held in town Wednesday
and Thursday evenings. Deputy
County treasurer J. J. Hmchev is
asking for volunteer speakers and
autos to take them around to the va
rioiu meeting places. Those who will
assist in this way are asked to report
to Lieutenant heating at recruiting
station, or fcd Anderson, chairman of
the executive committee. Twentieth
and Missouri avenue. The final drive
will be made Friday evening at an
open air meeting at the city hall, and
W. V. Yager, president of the south
Omaha Business Men's association,
asks the co-operation of all business
men in decorating the business houses
and assisting in providing chairs and
seats to accommodate the people who
attend. 1 lie intention t; to have tne
South Side company filled this week.
Jones is Fined.
Walter Jones, 1612 North Twentv-
fourth street, the colored man who
was arrested for annoying Miss Nellie
tiuttingcr. was lined S1UU and costs
in police court this morning by Judge
Glenn R. Moran, who told the pris
oner he deserved more, but that was
the limit allowed by law. Jones
couldn't produce the cash, therefore
will work for the city forty-five day,
for disturbing the peace, Another
charge awaits him at the termination
of his sentence assault and battery
and resisting an officer.
Money for Red Cross.
Two branches of the Armour & Co.
Red Cross organization, the first aid
class and the hospital supply class,
have through their own efforts raised
$240 which is to be donated to the
Lntertainments given bv the iirst
aid class netted $141: $100 was raised
at a dance by the hospital supply class
and $50 was taken in by the Armour
Glee club, which was also given to the
Hospital supply class. Comfort kits
and a cupply of bandages are now on
hand, being made under the super
vision of Mrs. J. P. Wrath. Miss Lily
Ring is chairman of the hospital
supply class, and Dr. R. E. Schindel
is leader of the first aid class.
The members of these classes will
soon be ready for their first aid exam
ination, which will be made by Dr.
Magi. Cltf Gossip.
Thern will h. a band roncart at Hlshland
park W.dncaday averting at 7:S0.
FOR BENT 7-room houn.. modorn. aood
loratlon, olos. In, apply 2220 M 8t,
Mrs. E. Willuhn, 421 South Thirty-second
street, reported to the police tha loas ot 17
In cash and a watch, via th. burglar rout..
Madamo Petrova will he seen at the
Bcase tonight In "The Walling Soul," a
Metro super festurs. Usual prices prevallng.
Glenn Tt. Moran. Justice ot the peace,
presided In police court Monday. Judge Fitz
gerald was unshle to be on th. bench on
account of Illness In his family.
Miss Alice 11. ruth. nek. 121S H street,
departed Sundsy for Chicago, where aha
expects to lake a course In tha National
Kindergarten college. Miss Kathsack la a
teacher In th. Paclflo achool, Omaha.
Donald Marcos. S months, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. M.rcoe, Suit) Houth Twenty-fourth
street, died Monday afternoon. Funeral aerv
Ices will be held Wednesdsy morning at 10
o'clock at Holiness church at Beltevue. Inter
ment will be at Bellevue cemetery.
Tha fire department was called to the
stock yard, yeaterday afternoon, where a
passing pedestrian hsd carelessly thrown a
cigar butt Into soma hay In a cattle pen at
the end of the L atreet viaduct. Half of the
fence and feed botes were conaumed.
Policeman Jo. Potach took hla father.
Jim Potach, to the Hourh Omaha hospital
his morning. Mr. Potach. who works In the
eauaage department at the Armour packing
plant, scratched his right hand. The
wound becams Infected and blood poison
The prlc of good cattle continues to soar.
Walter Charlotte of Blair marketed fifteen
cattl. Monday that averaged 1,610 pounda
each, for which he received 913.75, the
highest price ever paid. Ho bought the
bunch at South Omaha last August, the
average weight waa 1,014; price, $7.30.
Joe Chlnn, a colored rooming houae pro
prietor at 2S0S N atreet, and one of his
roomers. Will Mack, had an altercation
Sunday night because Mack tried to borrow
a dollar of Chlnn, when he already owed
him s. Arter the amoke of battle cleared
away Mack had a scalp wound oauaed by a
blow from a cane that required four
stitches to closs. Both men were brought
to the station, where Dr. A. J. Ross sewed
up the wound. There being no complaints
made the belligerents wars not held.
Morton psrk hss become the most booular
resort on the South Side .Inc. the awlm
mlng pool waa opened lo the public. Park
Commissioner Hummel visited the pool yes
terday and pronounced It on. of tha best In
tne county. Th. pool Is a cement basin
.2x120 feet. A large bath house forty feet
square la at the disposal ot the public. Life
savers and apodal police are alwaya on
guard nttd the big pond la filled to capacity
every afternoon and evening with klddlea
and older water dogs. The Boosters Im
provement club was a great factor In get-
ling tnia popular resort.
Bewhiskered One Admits
,. Failure to Register
A weary knight of the road, with
a brogue that sounds like a cross be
tween a Muscovite and a Fiji Islander,
was taken from the top of a box car
crossing the Union Pacific bridge last
night by Corporals Leigh and Russell,
Fourth regiment, Nebraska National
Guard, and was arrested on the charge
r r ,: ; Tt. Jj
oi jailing to register, rtc aamuicu
He gave his name as Tim Jackson,
age 30 years, and his birth place as
Cleveland, O. The prisoner had ap
parently severed relations with the
barber's union long before war was
declared, and although the weather
registered high heat, he was fortified
against any sudden change by several
trousers, coats and woolen shirts.
sarpy county men
shout for; the king
Come by Auto in Large Num
bers, Though the Weather
Threatens; Glad Made
Trip to Den.
Lowering clouds, flashing fiery
teeth had no terrors for the Sarpy
county crowds, who were scheduled
for the initiation at Ak-Sar-Bcn Den
They came in spite of the threaten
ing weather and the storm that seem
ed certain to conic. They came 700
strong from Papillion, from Gretna,
from Springfield, from Bellevue.
They came in automobiles too, the?
vast majority of them until the
grounds around the den looked like
a veritable ant hill of touring cars.
About 150 came by train, and 100 by
the interurhan line. The rest came in
autos. They were on time, too, for
they knew the show was theirs for
that one night, and they wanted to be
prompt to show their appreciation.
Praise For the King.
Charley Hlack presided, following
the show and inflation. He introduced
Ernest Ruff of Papillion, and 11. K.
Secord of Gretna, who spoke brielly
in praise of Ak-Sar-Iien and in ap
preciation of the entertainment that
is thus annually furnished, the live
ones of the neighboring country.
The show is still improving. New
features are being added, and others
are being eniivencd. The initiation is
also getting more pep. Stanley P.
Conover last night took the part of
Sandy Haig, in place of Charley
Docherty, who mingled among the
audience looking at the show from
the reserved seat section just to get
the most sdvantageous point from
which to criticize it and also to gather
ideas from among the audience.
Near beer was served for the first
Millard, Calhoun, Bennington arvd
Kennard are slated for next Monday
Horse Pulling Part I
of Farmers' Picnic
The Farmers' Educational and Co
operative State union, which com
prises over 400 farmers in the district
of Florence, and Benson, will give a
gigantic picnic on August 11 if pre
sented plans of the union are car
Dancing, racing and horse pulling
will feature the picnic, while there
will he all kinds of eatables on hand
for the picnickers. The union con
sists of five different locals and is an
organization built up for the mutual
benefit of the farmers.
D. R. Ellis of Omaha is secretary
treasurer of the onion.
Unequalacl Amusamant Valtitt
A Musical Comedy Creation
"The Smart Shop"
Prttjr Girls Nw Songs
Nine People and jSpacUl Sc.n.ry
Grandstaff and Davis
Whitney's Operatic Dolls
A Novelty and Comedy Singing
Faber and Taylor
Going North ,
Alice Joyce and Harry Morey
Wm Fox Comedy. "Suds of Love"
OMAHA'S FINEST RESTAURANT
AND AMUSEMENT CENTER
IN CLASSIC DANCES
ASSISTED BY MARTINEZ RANDALL
Entertainment thai "Entertaine"
ADAMS' So Different JAZZ BAND
Last Times Today
'The Beautiful Lie"
"WILD AND WOOLY"
Matinee Prices Same As Night
Evening t 7, 8:30, 10.
Last Times Today
J. WARREN KERRIGAN
"THE SILENT BATTLE"
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