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THb BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
I'OR KENT Furulah.d apartiu.iit, fur the
aummr, July l.t till Oct. lat; Janitor
aarvlca. learn h.at.d'. hut water. walking
dlatanca. Harnay 5901.
VERY attractlva i-rm. furnlahed apartment,
acellant location, for luoimer, Roland
Apt. it. tlOT N. 111b. Webater 4073.
APARTMENTS, all Iliei and prlrea. ipldi
dtd location. 4th and Farnam. Doug. 1473.
Hod, 4-r. Apt.. Har. 4141 or Wal. 2317.
FOR RENT HOUSES
V. SAVE CARFARE.
3441 Capitol Ave.. US 00.
rooma. modern ucept beat.
THE BYRON REED COMPANY,
D. 317. ii: S. 17th St.
114 N. 27TH AVE.
f I rooma, atrictly modern, walking dii
tanca, Doujrlaa 7460.
1:8 SO. SSTH St. IK. 130 So. 86th St.,
SIS. Phono Owner, Douglaa 2221.
J"LAT 330& lieavanworth, 6 rmi., 320.00
JOHN N. FRENZER. DOUOLAS 654.
31r DAVENPORT ST., 3 rooma, 336.
E. H. BENNER CO. 15. 3406.
4H NORTH 39TH STREET.
.1 hem of th bttr kind. roomi,
ail modern, sleeping porch, verandi
creentd, newly decorated, $6S.0O pei
THE BYRON REED COMPANY,
D. 217. "13 8. ITth St.
2101 N. 28TH 4 rmi,. fas nd water, HO.
1019 Omaha, National, Tyler 498.
FOR BENT T-room. atrJctly modern
nouie, 7 onerry treei and garden patch.
FOR RENT I -room, modern house, nicely
rurntinea ; eiecmo iignts, 937.0Q, wal
(ROOM and bath, newly decorated and
paintea. lib. 3703 Seward St. Tel. Red 1881,
$35.00 SEVEN-ROOM, all-modern Bmli
.parK. Hawthorne. Walnut 284:
$36.00 7-ROOMS, all modern; Bemli park,
3CS0 Hawthorne, Walnut 3342.
FIVE-ROOM modern house. Webster 671,
8-ROOM cottage, modern. 1811 Case St.
Convenient for Railroad Men,
6 Rooms and Bath.
Several apartment! In Linton flat, Uth
ana uaaon. au modern and water paid.
THE BYRON REED COMPANY,
Doufl&a 317. 212 S. 17th St.
r-ROOM house for rent; east front; oak
flnleh downstairs, electric light, fire
place end hot water heat. Is modern In
every detail. Also has good garage In
rear and good shade. This Is located
at 880 South 40th street. Prioa complete,
inciuairtg garage, 136.00 per month,
flee TRAVER BROTHERS, 819 First
-National Bank building. Phone Douglna
FOR RENT 7 -room, nearly new, strictly
medern house, oak finish, hot water heat,
mm lawn. 1 lots, i2t. Tyier 111s
i-rfoOM house, modern except furnace. 61S3
s. 34tn Ave. Phone H. 4365,
-ROOM modem house, near 24th and Oak.
Call Douglas Tjfj.
4-11. 501 Martha St $10.09
MODERN EXCEPT HBAT.
4-R. 2i05 Pierre St $16.
r.-R, 701 Dorcas St $25.00
7-R. 1033 South 30th Ave 25.00
5- R. ,3901 North 17th St Stf.GO
8-R. 3815 Farnam St fiO.OO
10-R. 2121 Dodge St 4ft. 00
R. 19 South 26th St 32.50
r.-R. JOS South 30th St 125.00
6- R. 3016 Dewey Ave . 37.50
8TOECKER, 821 South 24th St.
I-R. Apt., 10 J18 and $23
PORTER A SHOTWELL,
202 South 17th St. Douglas SOI.
Offices with HOME BUILDERS.
Houses In all part of the city.
CREIOH. SONS fe CO.. 608 Bee Bid
Persistent Advertising is the Road
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
HAVE VOU NOTICED
THE BEAUTIFUL LAWN.
FLOWERS, SHRUBS AND TREES.
At the New Hamilton, corner of 24lh
; and Farnam? Did it every occur to you
' that this la the only clone in apartment
1 house In Omaha having such features free
to tenants. It will interest you to learn
that prices here are no higher than at
many other locations. The building is
fireproof. Very beat of service. Apart
ments ranging from one to six rooms,
Some are furnished. Why not move to
this building? Think It over and phone
I rooms and bath and dressing room.
Furnished and unfurnlnhed. Unexcelled In
the city $26.50 to $37.50.
Tyler 15S6. REALTORS. 333 Rose Bid.
THREE-ROOM and bath, cool, light and
airy, sub-baeement apartment near 35 ih
and Harney. Only $20. Call Douglas 1472.
CLOSE-IN A very choice 6-room brick flat,
strictly modern, $30. No small children.
Call Douglas 3063 or H. 3744.
& ROOMS, sleeping porch, upper flat, all
modern, 3116 Davenport St., $32.00. C.
O. Carlberg, 313 Brandels Theater Bldg.
ATTRACTIVE 5-room apartment; Janitor
service; rent 949. 608 8. 34th. Harney 45.
24th and Harney, 3-room apt. Call Har. 47.
APARTMENTS, all sizes and prices, aplen.
am location, mm ana tarnam. D. 1472.
(-ROOMS, garage, sleeping porch, hot water
heat, janitor service, 2408 Davenport.
FOUR dandy rooms, Douglas and Park Ave.,
$10.00. Phone Webster 2373.
Mod. fur. 4-r. Apt. Har. 4141 or Wal. 225".
Nice 4-room flat, 1124 Sherman Av.
Water, gas and furnace heat. Will re
decorate and pay water, $15.00.
THE BYRON REED COMPANY,
D- 212 S. 17th St.
4ROOM modern apartment, steam heated,
comer, first flaar, porch, $22; Apt. 1: 4
roem Inside apartment, $20, Apt. 6.
.m, iota mm.yiv oi. iea J SB J
MODERN, four rooms, steam heated, SU
fifc? Up" Ci0M ln " p' Stebblna. "10
STEAM heated. $1$ and up, summer rates,
near P. O. O. p. Htebblns, ItHO Chicago.
A SPIC AND SPAN. 6 rooms and bath, brick
flat j must be seen to or appreciated.
$30. tea owner, 645 S. 27th St. Harney
8-ROOM and attic, modern St. Louis fJM.
-v'"' purtu. nj o. aatn St.; $30.
7-ROOll flat to rent, all modern except
-Ha p. inn. ,ei. Douglas 1198.
FINE 6-room flat, walking distance. $35.
Douglas 7211, 811 Worthlneton Plan,.
i29 VINTON ST. Si. room flat, modern
except heat, Thone Douglas 7701.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
206 S. 2STII ST.. l-r. new flat US. 00
2633 Harney St., S.r, all-nioilern ..331.30
901 X. 17th St.. 6-r. mod. apt 327.30
2S20 N. 31et St.. 3-r. mod. ex. heat. 313.00
1114 N. S2d St. 4-r. mod. ox heat. 316.00
RASP BROS.. 310 Kfeltno Bldg. Ty. 721.
203 B, 26T1I AVE., 8-r. all-mod. flat, 347.60.
303 n. 17th. 3-r. all-mod. apt. 327.60.
RASP BROS., 310 Keellna Bldg. Ty. Til.
PETKRS TRUST COMPANY,
RENTAL HEADQUARTERS FOR OMAHA.
FOR RENT Buine Prop'ty
DESIRABLE atora room, modern front,
metal celling, ateam heat. 334-436 So.
16th St.; alx. 83x30: oan ba aubdlvlded;
low rent. Conrad Toung, 323 Braudeia
Theater Bldg. Pouglaa 1671.
LOW-PRH'KD modern offlr.a, Farnam
Bldg., 13th and t'arnam. (Old lit Nat
FIRST TRI!ST CO.. Tyler 300.
STORE for rent.
WORLD REALTY CO.,
Sun Theater Building.
SMALL modern atora room, ateam beat.
1313 Capitol Ave, Conrad Young, 322
Brandela Theater. Douglaa 1671.
iiOOO location for a barber ahop. F, D.
Weed. 310 S. Hth St., Wead Bldg.
MODERN STORE, nth St.. 376; close In.
O. P. 8TKBBINS. 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
CHOICE office space, Balrd Bldg., 17th and
Douglas. McCagua In v. Co.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses.
WHAT HAVE YOU FOR RENT
In tha way of four, five or six-room mod
em, up-to-date apartments ? preference
will be given to those In better districts of
the city. Want to deal direct with own
era, no agents.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 101$.
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
WANTED to Rent Modern. furnlshad
house, wit h garage, by couple without
rnnnren, w rite Box aist. Dee.
demand la good and we hava a waiting
J." H. DUMONT St CO., (Realtors).
418 Keellne Bldg. Phone D, 690
WE have several good tenants for all mo
ern houses and apartments.
F. D. WEAD. 31$ a 18th St Doug. 171.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, atorag. and moving.
21 N. 11th St. Fhona Doug
FIDELITY SvT- FREE
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
list of vat-ant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
18th and Jackson Sts,
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert service; prompt attention. Your
moving, your packing, your storage.
Main Office, Central Furniture Store.
17th and Howard. Tel. D. 778S.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE! CO..
802 8. 16th St. Douglas 416$.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing, can Tyier aau or Douglas 4338.
k'an and two men.
1.25 car hour.
Vau and Storage Co., Moving, Packing.
Btoraga ana bhlpplng. mono Doug. 1195,
JP "PTnTTl Expreea Co., Moving
. J. XVrjEiJJ Packlni and Utora.e.
12117 Farnam St. Web. 2748. Doug. 6143.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
AN ATTRACTIVE HOME
BUILT TO LIVE IN. NOT TO
IN THE VERY BEST RESI
This la one of the best built homes fn
Omaha. Stone foundation and basement,
solid brick above; slate roof. The coal
bin and fruit cellar of tile. Practically
no cost for painting or repairing.
Library with built-in bookcases, iolld
cherry; halls and staircase of oak: dining
room ia paneled In Venetian oak. All
floors are hardwood. Large double storm
windowed and screened sun porch, con
nected with both the library and dining
room by French doom. The walls of the
first floor and upper hall are covered with
hand-decorated burlap, except tha music
room; three bath rooma, Large closets
with outside windows, wardrobes and
chest of drawers. There la a laundry
fruit cellar, furnace room and space which
can be finished for a billiard room In the
basement, which Is cemented throughout.
Large soft water cistern, gam not water
heater for summer use.
So well built that 15 tons of coal will
heat It throughout and with solid brick
walls. It Is wonderfully cool in summer.
At tha very crest of the hill, there Is
always a breeze there If anywhere. It Is
convenient to the car line and In the
choicest residence section of Omaha, The
price la very reasonable and terms will be
made to suit the buyer's convenlenee.
Owner leaving the city.
Address Box 26S7. Bee.
With beautlfut brick home, having large
screened porch to the eHSt, opening with
French doors off the dining room, large
living room with fireplace, window seats,
canter hall; very attractive kitchen; three
fine bedrooms on second floor, with al
cove, one very large; finished attic, with
two or three sleeping rooms. House Is
strictly modern, with electric Ughte, fur
nace heat, fine plumbing system, both soft
and well water. Beautiful view, located
about mile from Benson car. cloee to
Military road. BN'AP. A delightful place
for a suburhan home. Owners would con
sider a little In exchange tn the way of
a smaller residence (n the city, one of
two vacant lota or land.
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
015 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 46,
WEST FARNAM APART
Wc have a pfce of ground 46x137, be
ing a corner with 3 frontngeK and the
137 feft facing east. . A fine npt. site; 1
blk. of Farnam car and quiet location.
Can bo bought below the market value.
545-7-9 Omaha Nat. Bank-Bldg, Tyler 80
'Just being finished, & rooms, all on one
floor; living room, dining room, kitchen,
pantry, two bedrooms, bath, linen closet,
stairway to floored attic; oak finish in
living rooma; alt modern: frame and
stucco; east front lot, located high and
elghtly In Waverly park. Prlca 3,400;
terms to desirable purchaser.
C. G. CARLBERG, Realtor,
310-313 Brandels Theater Bldg.
WEST FARNAM HOME
8 rooms, brand new and all modem, oil
finish downstairs, white enamel kitchen.
4 bedrooms, all tn white enamel; good at
tic; rooms all decorated; corner lot, aoutb
front. Price only 16,760. 11,000 cash,
bi lance monthly.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Doug. 217. 213 9. nth.
'OR BALE By owner. 5room cottage,
close In, good location. Modern. Small
cssh payment down, balance like rent,
Worth your attention, a bargain. Address
Box 62(12. Be,
:EW stucco. 8 rooms, built for a home, un
and brcakfant room, built-in features, tile
vestrhulc and bath. Be sure to u&c this.
Phone H. 3:i8.
YOL'R cottage as first Moment on this new
a-siory. b-r. Dungalow, k flnlnh on first
floor, birch woodwork with maple floors
on second floor; room Just decorated; stolr
to 3d floor; outside of house .lust painted;
dandy lot: near 24th and Plnkney Sts
Price 14.500. Very easy terms or lot ae
JIAKP HROS., 210 Keelino Bldg. Ty. 721.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
NEAR MILLER PARK
Dandy new 5-room bungs low. Price
only $3,306 for beautifully decorated, right
up-to-the-minute bungalow: has fireplace.
bookcases, china cabinets and all the
latest features; floor drain, etc.; lot 4!jx
120: located within two blocks of Mlllei
Tark school and car. This is positively
me Diggttt snap in me. cay. nor appoint-
n.eni 10 see can
OSBORNB REALTY CO.,
7"! Oma ha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tler m.
NEW HOME AT A
E Z TERMS
Just completed, brand new five-room
home, all on one floor, oak flnleh in par
lor and dining rom: oak floors through'
out; corner lot. 60x120; located one block
east or Deal institute, at 4301 Ohio St.
The price Is only $3,660 for Quick sale.
ll will DMt paying rent.
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
701 Omaha Nat. Bk, Bldg. Tyler 4.
NICE BUNGALOW AT A
OWNER LEAVING CITY
Vive rooms and bath, sll an ana floor
tine atlic, large basement, every thing
complete: located on east front lot. within
one block of two car lines, and the price
w uniy j,juu. assy terms.
OSBORNB REALTY CO.,
Tftl Omens Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 46
Beven-room house, all modern, full sited
lot on corner, streota paved. Vhla prop
erty 1 on Burdett , oasy walk to JOth
or sm car. win give soma on a bar-
gain, jwner 101c ctty.
30S Farnam Bldg.
6-nom, atrictly modern. nerlv m
bungalow; all on one floor: located tuai
north of tha park. Paved street, paving
paid. Pull cement basement, furnace
heat: oak finish and oak floors. This Is
wunu your wnue to investigate.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
S3? Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
South Hansoom park, S large rooms, atrletly
monern, gooa as new, east front, paved
street, fine level lot. fenced, fruit, ahade,
etc. Very desirable location, close to
boulevard and car line. Owner leaving
city, anxious to sell at once; pries cut to
3,60; any reasonable terms. McKltrick
Real Estate Co.. Realtors. 316 Ramge
ONE 6-roora ana one 4-room cottage, both
00 one lot; fin condition ; lira In one and
rum ids oioer. mot ror Dotd, 12,760.
Vary easy term. No. S43S Bouth 10th St.
400 Bee Building. Phone Douglas 4JT0.
Stucco construction, i lan llvht maim
Oak floors, oak and anamel finish. Price
eo.evv. juasy terma. Anotnar new build
ing for 11,460. call Douglaa 1711 daya
-R. MOD. home. Birch and mania flni.lv
with steam heat, terms 300 cash, balance
P. P. Wead. IIP Bo. 13th St., Wead Bldg.
8TRICTLT modern bungalow, i rooms. 2lnd
n jtmas a vq waoaier eais.
NORTHEAST CORNER 11TH
Two e-room houses, modern except fur
nace; close to depot, wholesole district
and -St. Joseph hospital; lot 162 H feet
uuiAt. iwum lor anoiner nouse or apart
ment. Vacant lot 4th and William Bte.; one
diouk to oar; owner atopping temporarily
J. BTRNE, OWNER.
Read This Bargain
One excellent acre and 2 -room house,
16x20 ft.; chicken house 12x20 ft.; both
have electrlo lights, good well, garden all
In; acre In potatoes, alt kinds of vege-
laoiee, it amau iruit trees, strawberries
over iM J-month-old thoroughbred Leg
horn chickens, and all new household
furniture complete. Owner leaving city
ana must sen, ir.ee lf3Z&. on terms.
uan TV er to ana note tnr Mr r arir
HASTINGS & HEYDEN.
1614 Harney St
SMALL HOME CLOSE IN
Owner In town for a day only. Says
sell little corner, waking distance business
1 iuuiuo, loiiei, gnu. uniy si.uuq,
Easy payments, llako offer. Rents $12.
GEORGE G. WALLACE
U Kaolin. Bldg.
BUY THE BEST
Five-room, oak finish, bungalow, en
South Side; bookcases, buffnt, sun room,
oak flnlNh; kitchen, with all the built-in
features; full floored attic; dandy base
ment; all built by day labor; real brass
fixtures; Yale & Towne bronze hardware;
duplex Brenlin eludes: all brand new,
ready to move right In; nice lawn in
clover. Give terms for quick aale.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
ivi a umani wai. uk. Ulflg. Tyler 496.
A TRACT of ground laying ldnal for poultry
i-aiumg; sou n, ironiage; price I10; 160
vnan, mommy. i:ail 1J. Zo.
Tcmpleton-Olson Co., Bee Bldg. Tyler 2Q20.
innurancg. ngnts IS.
S. B. ROBINSON. Real Estate and Inaup
ince. nee Bldg. Douglaa e.097.
n a TDituDiTt 1
1306 lit Mai. Bk. Bldg. D. 17H
REAL ESTATE B'nesg Pr'pty
H. A. WOLF, Realtor, War. Blk. Boclallat
u .mwmuwn tiuinea. properiT
Persistent Advertising is flip Rnarf
REAL ESTATE Investment
'33rd and Dewey Ave.,
Income Over $6,000
For Sale or Exchange
This new, well constructed building on
corner lot, easy walking dints nee, tn the
most desirable residence section of Omaha,
can bo had at a price that should be at
tractive to the investor. There are four,
teen apartments, all rented. Two Murphy
beds in each apartment, finished entirely
In oak and birch; tile bath room floors
Complete In every dntall. Will take as
part payment good land, or vacant prop
erty. Write ui today for further par
ticulars, or call Tyler 60 and ask for
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Sr.
$76,000 Income 12 per cent; one year
old; very fine location; mortgege $26,000
and will accept $20,000 In trade: bal
ance uasb or negotiable papers.
CALKINS & CO.,
Dnupla 131 S. City Nat. Bank Bldg.
SEIO US FOR INVESTMENT AND
orijLUljA'l ivrc I'HurBBTT,
A. P. TL'KE? ft BON.
620 First National Hank BIdr.
REAL ESTATE Other Cities
FOR SALE, LARGE IMPROVED
SIZE 100 BY 300 FEET.
Located In tha most attractlva and fast
st growing section of Chicago. Excellent
transportation by Illinois Central and sur
face lines. Near Jackson Park and lake.
Improved with throe stores, three offices,
twenty-four four-room flats, and publlu
garage. Mew buildings, completed May 1.
Rentals $15,000 per year. Can he increased
to 116,090. Price $130,000. Incumbrance,
$0,000. For eauity will take 116,000 cash.
balance In clear farm. Thle Is a splendid
Investment, which will Increase yarly In
vaiue. Aanreea jonu n. ueary. 1SI Wagi
.Maaison pi., i.-nicago.
BUY REAL ESTATE IN
THE NEW STEEL CITY.
The city with a future.
Near the U. S. Steel
Corp. $25,000,000 plant,
which is almost completed.
Lots are NOW $300.
Write now for information.
FRANK J. GIFFORD,
301-2 Commerce Bldg.,
St. Paul, Minnesota.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
TO EXCHANGE FIVE-ACRE
One of the prettiest homes In Council
Bluff 8. The site is fine. In a growing
pan or ma cny, six mocks of car line,
close to oity schools and raved atresia.
The house, an I -room bungalow, nearly
nmw. aas every moaern convenience. The
yard Is shaded by large, natlva trees, and
surrounaea ty evergreens and shrubbery.
There Is a good aardan. soma fruit and
pasture for a cow or two. A desirable
noma for retired farmer or business man
Want farm or ranch in eichange. Might
take other property. Unless you have
something with a real equity, please don't
waste your time and ours. This property
M'OEE liKAL ESTATE CO,
1Q.- Pearl St. Council Bluffe. la,
WILL exchange a number of resldanca In.
ooine properties, soma new and others
nearly new: also soma vacant Soma are
clear of Incumbrance and soma Incumbered
aoout u per cent, want clear land.
TEA VERS BROTHERS, .
$11 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 68AII.
A FINE T-room house, north, to exchange
ior room oungaiow, west; will give good
INTF1RSTATB REALTY CO.,
29-i0 City National.
10,000 ACRES In Cherry county to trade for
a siock or implements,
330 sores, Improved and fenced, for salt
160 acres farm land, highly Improved,
good rich soil. Apply Box T 7$, Bee.
HAVE client with S0 acres good land In
oaaiera Montana, uiear, worth ,000 ;
three ml las from rood railroad town.
Want I to t-room modem Omaha rest,
denes, valued $4,000 to $$.000. Joseph
m. mtw pt. V an, SDB.
A GOOD hotel with three lota; only hotel in
own: nas is rooms, ateam hl md in
good shape. Price 16,000.00; will want a
mils casn ana western land. O, A. Kull,
$50 AN acre buys 110-acre farm, 16 miles
irura uinana. inquire si Kamge Bin. Tel.
uoug, eziit. jKesiaencs phone, Doug. $77$,
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looklna at MINN'E I.hsi snn Ait.
icrant Duyers oeciaea mat it was the best
proposition on tha market and they backed
thPir judgment buying lots.
IF YOU wilf come out today you will
unuvriiana wny me otners are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
748 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 1$7.
flxll$, two street frontage; tasty
wugiaa met or aveninga.
BEAUTIFUL iO-rooi iota. Price $330, only
aS nagikl gnf ".l uaaa aul. Tx- aanaal
HAvB a bargain price on lot In Minns Lusa.
v. a, ui iiuiiici, juuugiaa 101 D.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WILL pay $2,000 cash for a 6-room cot-
lasa, moaern except furnace. Must be
near car and Protestant church. Box
LISTINO houses to rent or sell on small cash
rau.t;iiiat uava iiariiva waiting, western
Real Estate, 413 Karhach Blk. D. $607.
LIST your 6 and t-room houses with Ed-
. nununi jo,t sui umana Nat
vnnr K anil aHn i.
WH SELL THEM. OSBORNB REALTY
Co., Tyler 196.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Dundee Stucco House
This ts a good $ -story modern home,
having 6 rooms and sleeping porch, with
living room across the entire front, with
brick fireplace and built-in bookcases, at
tractive dining room and built-in buffet,
convenient kitchen and front and rear
vestibules first floor. Finished In oak ex
cept kitchen. $ cornnr bedrooms, bath
and Bleeping porch, second floor. Fin
ished In white name1 with birch ma
hogany doors and oak floors throughout.
This houe built only a few years, la In
excellent condition and located on a north
60 ft.-foot lot, only y, block from Happy
Hollow circle and 1 blocks from Dun
Price $6,850. Reasonable terms. Tt will
pay you to Investigate this proposition,
GEORGE & COMPANY
Douglas 756. 902 City Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
DUNDEE SPECIAL, $5,400
Near 52d Street
7 rooms, modern. OARAGE AND DRIVE
WAY. Large living room with beam cell
ing, fireplace and bullt-ln book cases,
Dining room and kitchen finished tn mis
sion oak. 4 good bedrooms on 2d floor;
attlo on $d floor. Full basement, sta
tionary tubs and extra toilet. High and
sightly south front lot. Nonresident
owner says sell.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Unngtsa 3H62. 81-20 City National.
Wall located lots on easy terms. Mod
em, attractlva homes. Bofore buying be
sura and sea
GEORGE & CO.
HOMES and home sites in Dundee.
hh UfjEIt ft CARY. 204 Keellne. D. $074.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
$2 ft acres of land, one mile from
Omaha located on tha Florence and Krug
Park boulevard, will be sold at public
auction to the highest bidder
SATURDAY, JUNE $0, AT 2 P. M.
Hale takes place on the premises.
This is Ideal suburban property; 1$
acres natural timber with heavy blue
grani, a beautiful nature! park, 8 acreK
alfalfa, balance in cultivation, some good
fruit, small bouse, barn and other build
ings. Beautiful building site overlooking Mis
souri valley, one of the moat picturesque
farms In tha state.
The owner Is going Into government
service and farm will be sold regardless
of pries It brings.
The legal numbers ar swH of sw'4 of
sec. 1$ and 12 acres joining tn nw!4 of
ne4 of sea 1$, township 16, range 1$,
Douglas county. Farm ts clear of all In
cumbrance; title perfect.
Terms, $1,000 caah on day of sate, bal
ance when papers aro delivered. All par
ties Interested will ba taken In auto to
see tha land free. Free transportation on
day of aale.
For further Information call auctioneer.
Red $286, or Harney 4673. There will be
no bya bidding. Farm will absolutely be
JAMES L. DO WD. Auctioneer,
J. O. ROURKE, Owner,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
$100 DOWN AND $3.50
per month buys a new. strictly modem
6-room house and bath, In good neighbor-
CALL DOUG. $:$ OR WALNUT $77,
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages,
Til Hi best security for your monry Is a good
I or $ per cent farm mortgage; fourteen
years' experience making real estate loans;
no losses. Whits Hoover, Omaha Nat'l
Well secured .bearing $ pet, Intertat.
HAR LEY J. HOOK1R,
40 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tel. Tyler $66$.
PER CENT to per cent on best claaa
city residences In amounts $1,000 up; also
rarm loana. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1$J2 Farnam 8t.
Ten shares of Ralston Realty Co. at
one-as it par value. Address M. B, Dean,
185$ Teoplgs Gas Bldg., Chicago, 111.
$6,000 MTQK,. bearing $ Dct. seml-annualh
secured by property valued at $11,600.
Taimaga-jjQomis inv. Co., W. O. w. nidg.
MONKY to loan on Improved farms and
rancnas, ve also buy good farm mort
gagee, Ktoka Inv. Co., Omaha.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans.
ny rauonai Harm mag,
SIX pr cent first mortgages secured by
omana real fume. JS. . LiOUges, ino,
638 Keellne Bldg.
BHOPEN A CO., PR I VAT B MONEY.
OMAHA HOMES, BAST NEB. FARMS.
u k uts is R. E. co., ioi Omaha Nat'l,
FARM and city loana, 6, 6 and per cent,
W. H. Thomas, Kerllne Bldg. Doug. !$$.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. UHAHAM, 04 Dee Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly, F. D, Waad,
Wead Bldg., l$ih and Farnam Sts.
MONKY HARRISON A MORTON,
$1$ Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
Ont. Nat. Bk. Bid,
LOW RATES C. O. CAnLBEBO. Hi Bras
del. Th.atar BMf. P. S5.
Stocki and Bonds.
LISTED and unllalad atorka. InVMtm.nl
aeounii.a, industrial atoeka.
ROBERT C DRUESEDOW & CO
l0 Omaha National Bank Blda.
Abstract! of title.
Korr Tltl Ouarantaa and Anatraot Co.,
AVCll oi g. J7in g,, around floor.
Bond.d by Maaa. Bondlnt and In.. Co.
RUED ABSTRACT CO., oldaat ab.traot of.
tic, in wnoraaka. m Brand.la Th.at.r.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
1'. praa.nt prompt par Inaurano, oom
Banlaa, ,10 Brandal, Bids.. Omaha, Nab.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
60,000 acres, to ba sold by trustee. In
any slss tract to suit purchassr.
One-tenth cash, balance tea yearly pay
manta, but only two-fifths crop and taxes
required first four years; fertile soil; Ir
rigated by splendid Irrigation system;
good roads, schools, markets, delightful
climate; within few miles of Denver;
come sea the great crops of wheat, alfalfa.
sugar beets, vegetables and fruits now
growing on these lands; come sea the dairy
and hog ranches and poultry yards; we
also offer as truntes several thousand acres
splendid non-lrrlgated land near Denver
on easy terms, Low excursion rates. Ri .
way fare refunded to buyer. Bend for lit
CHICAGO T1TLB ft TRUST CO.. Truatea.
706 Ideal Bldg. Denver, Colo.
480 ACRES eastern Colorado farm, 120 acres
oroKen, oniy si en acre. Terms.
. S. tk R. B. MONTGOMERY",
t27 City National Bank Bldg.
800 ACRES, PhTlllpa cou..ly, a well devel-
opea rancn: loo aons alfalfa, $00 acres
cultivation, plenty of good timber, good
buildings, running water, will take some
irsae, a mil en to town. Price Iho.ooo;
mortgage $10,000, I per cent $3$ Rose
GREAT BARGAINS $0 down; $4 monthly,
buys 4u sores gooa fruit ana poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
izoo. Address Box $0$, Excelsior Springs,
SOUTHWEST NEBR. RANCH.
1,120 acres well Improved ranch close
to good town in Dundy county, all level
black loam soli, clay subsoil, $40 acres
unaer plow, ion nead stooK, one-hair reg
.stored Short Horn cattle. Rantih fully
equipped. Pries only $16 per acrs. Kaay
527 CITf NATL BANK BLDG.
LttO ACRES, Improved, only S miles from
umsrson, eb.( every aero good farm
land: there Is about It acrss paaturo that
will feed two head par acrs; about I
acrss alfalfa and $0 acres clover, and a
dandy orchard and grove, at only $14$
per acre, on assy terms, u. A. null,
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
1,440-acre ranch, southwestern Thomas
County, Neb,, partly Improved, price $12,(0
ARCHER REALTY COMPANT,
Douglas 2410. 6B0 Brandels Bldg.
SO ACRES, Antelope county, all but 20
acres under plow, good set of Improvements,
ait rencen, a Bargain, i&.goo; si, mo cash,
balance 6 per cent. $28 Rose Bldg. A.
11 ACRES, adjoining Lexington, Dawson
county, fair Improvements; 4 acres al
falfa, used as chicken ranch, $3,000, Home
trade considered. 628 Rose Bldg. A. A.
2,800-ACRE ranch, one large and one small
set or improvements, witnin su rous or
county seat town; prlre $10 per acre;
good terms, 62S Rouo Bldg. A. A. Patz
man. $0 ACRES Irrigated, fins, level, black land,
near Bridgeport, JS'nu., very cheap, terms;
crop goes with land.
8. 8. R. K. MONTGOMERY,
627 City National Batik Bldg.
320 ACRES, Dawson county, fair Improve-
mania, rioae to town, 130 acres alfalfa.
Price $24,000: $$,000 rash, balance 6 years.
8 per cent. 628 Rose Bldg. A. A. Patz
man. TEN sections of land In Keith courtly for
sale at $20 to $30 per acre; some extra
choice farm land. Good location for col
ony. The Welpton Investment Co., Ogal
SMALL Nebr&saa farms on easy payments
e acres up. we term tne farm wa sell
you. The H angtrford Pota to Growers'
Association, 16th and Howard 8ta Outs
ha. Douglaa 871.
iliO-ACRB Improved farm i miles from
Benson, wen situatea ana wttD good rosas.
T. 15. WEAD. 310 S. 18th St. Weed Bldg
South Dakota Lands.
3 JO ACRES of good black loam soil and clay
sunsotl; good buildings; near town of 10,
000, South Dakota. Write ua for price
and futhfir particulars. Mid-West Land
Co.. 10h7 Omaha Nat. Hank Bldg. P. 1118.
GOOD corn land. East Texas, $36 so aura
uai my rree book.
W B FRANK, 301 Neville Block. Oman
320 acres of the best timber land tn the
mate of Wyoming, in Converse county,
forty miles from the county scat, Douglas.
This land has not only an Immense
amount of fins saw timber on It, but la
well watered by a living stream, haa
numerous meadows where hay can bo cut.
and la the key to a large open summer
range. For further Information addreiu
The Florence Hardware Co.. Douglas, Wyo.
100 ACRES of first-class land, well 1
proves, ev acres in airaita, so acras under
plow. Sure crops, $76 per acre, excep
tionally easy terms; $ years without In
terest on deferred payments; discount for
BIG FOUR REALTY CO.,
lOli-ll W. O. W. Bid,. Douf. list.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
COLLIB dor for ala. Call Walout UH.
alia Map!, Ml.
Horse Live Stock Vehicles
2 GOOD HORSES KOR SALE.
One weighing 1.260. epeclally good for
nsuvary wagon, utner a raai ugnt driving
norae. rnone inaon ui,
SMALL spotted Shetland pony. 3 years old
for aale cheap If takn at onus. Kind to
rnilrtrnn. Webster 186$.
MONEY TO LOAN
FL'RNITURK, pianos and notea aa security
$40. mo.. H. goods, total coat. S3.60.
$40. $ mo., endorsed notea. total coat, $3.(0.
omaiir, large am ts proportlonste rata.
PROVll'KNT LOAN SOCIETY.
133 Rose Bldg., 10th and Farnam. Ty. S,
LKOAL RATK LOANS
$34.00 1240.00 or more
-aay payments. Utmost privacy,
etv raxion mik, ti. ioug, Salle,
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Mary E. Phi flips to Lois kVun, south
west corner Forty-third and Kr-
SHlne streets, 60x120 $ 1
u. w. Ems to Murray E. Rlalr.
Twenty-fourth street. $ feet north
of Bristol street, west side, lit
Rasp Bros, to O. C. Olaan, Thirty
eighth street, 150 feet north of Cur
tis avenue, east side, 100x130, . .
Albert F, Rasp and wife to O, C
01 ken. Nineteenth street, 140 frt
south of Saltier street, east aide,
40x130 , l
Helen awin to Chris F. Petersen,
southwest corner Eighteenth and
Orace street. l$)xi0
Stora Beverage and Ico company
to Standard Oil company, north
west comer Twenty-fourth and O
streets, 00x150 11.000
entries w. Martin and wife to Pe
ter P. Murray, Blnney street, 124
feet east of Twentieth street, south
side, 60x134 1,100
Loretta M. Ryan to O, F. Bearers,
Forty-fourth street, 17$ feet north
of t street, west side. 10x110.... 4T5
AMERICA ACTS WITH
A UNITY OF SPIRIT
Daniels Tells Annapolis Gradu
ates War is Demonstrating;
Solidarity of the
Annapolis, Md., June 2$. America
ia demonstrating to the world that a
democracy of 100,000,000 personi can
wage war efficiently and with unity
of apirit, Secretary Daniels declared
today in a commencement address
to nearly 200 members of the naval
academy third year class, (whose
graduation was advanced by a year
to provide officers tor righting ships.
"Those who prophesied that Amer
ica would not go whole-heartedly into
this war have been discredited, said
the secretary. "The only divided
councils have been as to the best
method to be employed and when
the president and congress have
spoken their decision has been ac
cepted. We are going to war without dm
sion, without hatred, without lust
for land, without a trace of ven
geance. We do not hate the people
we ire to right. We nave only he
autocracy which harnesses them to
U "Our victory will not only make
.t.- t j : t j :i!
iiic wunu sale lor nemocracy, win
not only strengthen self-government
and, end the fiction of divine right,
but it will also bring to the German
people a new breadth of liberty and
hone tor the day when they will
govern themselves and be no longer
the pawns ot militarism."
Hiram Johnson Marked for
Death, Says State's Attorney
San Francisco, June 28. United
States Senator Hiram W. Johnson
was marked for death by t'.:e Interna'
tional Workers' Defense league when
he was governor of California, it
claiml Assistant District Attorney
Louu ferran in the course ot the
trial today of Mrs. Kena Mooney for
murder erowmg out of a bomb ex
plosion here last July which cost ten
"Thomas J. Mooney was secretary
of the league, and he offered resolu
tions, which were adopted, threaten
ing death to uie governor tor his fail
ure to pardon Richard Ford and H. D,
Suhr, convicted of the Wheatland hop
riot murders, said rarran.
Mooney is now under sentence of
death, having been convicted for one
at the bomb murders.
Ferrari's charges were made in the
course of submission of additional
evidence offered to support the state's
contention that Mrs. Mooney was a
member ot a group of conspirators,
whose alleged unlawful acts since
IV1J culminated in the bomb explos
ion during a preparedness parade.
Mrs. Mooney was active in solicit'
ine funds for the International Work
ers Defense league, according to the
testimony of David Milder, a painter,
who identified three receipts he had
given her for money when he was sec
retary of the league.
It was expected that the state will
conclude its caste tomorrow.
Knepper Favorite in Iowa
State Golf Tournament
Sioux City, June 28. The held in
the championship flight of the an
nual tournament of the Iowa Stato
Golf association narrowe.l to eight
Sioux City s hopes of landing the
1917 championship rests in Fred
"Rudy" Knepper. the bov Country
club star, who late yesterday after
noon won his way into the third
round by his decisive defeat of J. B.
Terry of Cedar Rapids, one of the
leading golfers of the stato..
In the Iowa golf tournev at the
end of the first hail of the th rd round
i f the championship fligln "limlv"
Knepper, the Sioux City hoy "Phe
nom, Arthur Bartlctt of Ottumwa, C.
0. French of Davenport, and Dan
Moon of Des Moines, had the ad
Knepper was four up on Carl riepo
of Cedar Rapids, Bartlctt, four up on
"Bunny" Guinaud of Cedar Rapids:
Moon, six up on W. blieclnn ot Dcs
Moines and French three up on Bert
McKee of Des Moines.
"Rudy" KueDncv of Sioux Citv is
playing a fast game and is a strong
favorite for the championship.
Pleads Guilty to Murder
Of Thirty Years Ago
Franklin, Tex., June 28. Joseph
Miller of this city was killed here
thirty years ago. An indictment was
returned naming Frank Patrick in
connection with the death, but lie
never was apprehended and it was
supposed that he was, dead. A man
who gave his name as Frank Patrick
recently walked into the sheriff's of
fice and announced he was wanted
for the crime. Patrick today was per
mitted to plead guilty to manslaugh
i PETAHTS ARTICLE
American Says French Gener
al's Argument Against Pre
mature Peace Complete
Paris, June 28. Major General
Pershing, the American commander,
has left the hotel in which he has been
staying since his arrival in Paris, to
mjjt his home in a line old residence
iifc-e Rue de Vareime, so as to be
near his headquarters. The house,
which has a magnificent garden, for
merly belonged to Prince Gortcha
koff. It was leased before the war
by Ogden Mills of New York, who
placed it at the disposal of General
The American commander was
asked today to comment on the ar
ticle entitled "why we are fighting."
published yesterday in the Army Bul
letin, in which General retain, the
French commander-in-chief, explained
the objects of the war and why a
premature peace must not be con
cluded. General Pershing said:
"I have read General Fetain'a ar
ticle with deepest interest. His ans
wer to the question is complete and
logical. The facta set forth should
convince the world of the justice of
our great cause. I cannot think it
possible that any one should hold a
different view of why we are in the
war. It is quite beyond reason that
any one knowing the truth should fail
to condemn the course pursued by the
German government and the truth has
been clearly pointed out by the dis
tinguished commander-in-chief of the
"There must be no peace except a
lasting peace. The ideals for which
the allies are contending must be
held sacred. France will continue her
splendid fight for human rights and
human liberties and fresh examples
of heroism by its valiant armies will
still further inspire those fighting by
Baker Sets New Endurance
Record for Motorcyclists
Cincinnati, O., June 27. Erwiu
Baker of Indianapolis and Los An-
f:cles, Cal., motorcycle racer, estab
ished a new endurance record for
twenty-four hours at the Cincinnati
speedway tonight, it is claimed, when
he covered 1,386 miles against 1.15,1
miles made by Allen T. - Bedell.
Baker's riding time was twenty hours,
twenty-six minutes. He made nineteen
stops and altogether spent one hour
and thirty minutes at the pits for
gasoline repairs. He started at 6
o'clock Tuesday night and finished at
6 o'clock tonight. The official timers
were furnished by the American Fed
eration of Motorcyclists.
Baker, it is said, broke all previous
records for 500 miles by one hour,
nineteen minutes and thirty seconds.
His average time here, however, was
given as Afty-seven and three-quarter
Siberian Convict Hero
Of Fight on Russ Front
Petrograd, June 28. The hero of
the armv in the woody Carpathians is
a former convict from Siberia, who
by his example inspired an attack by
forces which heretofore had obdu
rately refused to charge.
I he ex-convict, whose rank is ser
geant, led fifty volunteers in a rush
on a German blindage. The attacking
party, confused by heavy fire, wav
ered, whereupon the sergeant alone
climbed the breastwork and hurled a
bomb among the enemy. Attacked
by three Germans, he sabred and shot
two of them. Then, with only
eighteen followers, several strongly
held blindages were rushed. This
produced general confusion among
tne enemy and resulted in the capture
of many prisoners.
l he sergeant, was Riven an officer a
commission, two regiments invited
him to take command, and the whole
of his division resolved immediately
to participate in an ottensive.
Changes Made in Rock
New York. June 28. At a meetine
of the directors of the Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific Railroad company to
day Frederick W. Scott of Richmond,
va., was elected to the board, auc-
ceeding Seward Prosser; Beman G.
Dawes of Chicago, was chosen in
place of his brother, C. G. Dawes, now
a United States army officer, and
James A. Patten took the place of
S. Davies Warheld of Baltimore.
B. G. Dawes. Mr. Patten. E. K.
Boisol and James E. Gorman were
elected members of the executive
committee and Mr. Scott and James
Speyer of the finance committee.
Mo action was taken on the election
of a chairman of the board. Nathan
L. Amster of Bolton remains chair
man of the executive committee.
Dr. Connell Will Give
City Dads a Few Days
Health Commissioner Connell re
ported to the city commissioners
that he cannot carry out their orders
in connection with the Carter lake
dump unless he should cause the ar
rest of the commissioners, who are
his superior officers and the source
of the orders.
I he health officer explained that tu
avoid arrest it will be necessary for
the city council to pass an ordinance
repealing the ordinance which cre
ated the olfending dump.
ur. Lonnetl will allow the city com
missioners a few days of grace be
fore he places them incommunicado.
The situation revived discussion on
the subject of incinerators and reduc
tion plants for disposal of garbage
and refuse The discussion wilt be
resumed at committee of the whole
meeting next Monday morning. One
of the propositions is to submit bonds
next tall lor erection of three or four
U. S. Labor Will Not Take
Part in Stockholm Conference
Washington. June 28. The Ameri
can Federation of Labor has declined
to participate in the international con
ference ot trades unions called by the
recent Stockholm conference to meet
September 17 in Switzerland. Presi
dent Gompers has telegraphed to
President Lindquist of the Stockholm
conference that the American Federa
tion "regards all such conferences as
premature and untimely, and can lead
to no good purpose."
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