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THE BEE: UM An a, mumx, aFRIL SSV, 191,
1ELP WANTEIX FEMALE
Professions and Trades.
WANTED Young ltdies to
leant telephone operating..
Good , wages paid while
' learning,' rapid advance
ment, permanent positions.
; Apply to C F. LAMBERT,
4 1807 Douglas St
''A- ,:: .... -
Wnte4 Tirenrr-flve girl to work 1b pack
' tnr department! It par wkv ta tart
t XTSM BISCDIT CO.,':
ltth and Capita. At. .' 'y ' .
. WANTED MACHINE GIRLS. '
,. - .... ,
Nebraska Tent'& Awning
: ; - C6.
1204 Farnam Street
W'jLVrJtD A lady masseuse at tha LaBella
Bath Inatitnta, HOI Harney. Pont. T0t
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
i ' I -
arAMTBDVaa aoltoltora at once. A high
grade Una; tnak from tt to $10 par day.
Call at 1614 Chicago St. Douglas etlt.
, Household and Domestic. '
TO THB QUO, who deelres to work In a
homa wbara good treatment la extended
and wage fairly rood, wtll do wall by
ealllnf Harney 4186 or Harney J308
WANTED Competent white girl tor gea
aral housework where aeoond girl la kept.
' Mo waablnr Mr. W. D. Eoaford, 625 B.
tTth St. Harney T.
WANTED Woman who toes borne nights
(or housework In J-room apartmentl
small family; white girl preferred. Call
Webstar Ittl. .
WANTED At onoa. white girl for general
homework; no cooking or washing. Tel
epbone Harney 457. 1381 8. Ith Are.
COMPETENT maid for general housework.
Ma washing. Good wages. Mrs. W. H.
Shepard, etOT Capitol Ave. Walnut S61.
WANTED Competent maid for general
housework; no washing; three tn family;
good wages. Harney tell.
WANTED An experienced whiu sirl for
general booaework. Mm. Ralph Paters,
14 mi, MarnsTiyv
WANT an experienced nurse, one used to
children, lira. D. C Bradford, 404 & ttth
Bt Phono Harney n
WANTED Olrl for general housework.
Mrs. A. D. Peters. 1111 S. tld St. Tele-
phone Harney mi.
WANTED A good laundreea. Apply to
Mrs. Bern Oallagber, til S. tlth at. Har-
' WANTED Competent white girl for gen.
era! housework, food wages. Phone
nsii liny wwvw
WANTBD A girl for general housework,
no washing. It week. Telephone Har-
. rnft '
' CAPABT.B girl for general houeework; two
la family. 104 South llth Street. Har-
A GIRL for general houeework; no washing.
Harney 107. '
Hotels and Restaurants.
CHAMBER MAIDS WANTED. APPLY IN
PERSON AT HOTEL KEEN, 18TH AND
1 DAY SCHOOL.
NIGHT SCHOOL. -
(very day Is enrollment day. Book,
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, typewrit
tag, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branches. Catalogue free,
Pouglaa lUt. llth and Harney Bt.
Tan Bant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
St Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Domrlaa 6880. -
5!LJ6iiABLB offices In The Bee Bulld--.
lag for tha most discriminating tastes.
Keystone investment co., Tyier in,
' " llTENTlON BOOM HUNTERS.
If you fall to find tha room you
tealr among these ada oall at Tha
Be office for a Boom List. Gives
complete description of vacant rooms In
all parts of tha city. New lists Issued
' every week.
FURNISHED rooni, strictly modern, private
home good location. Breakfast optional.
MODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine, tot Njrth 17th St Reason,
: sOR KENT Housekeeping and aleeplng
' rooms.. Reasonable, 1727 Charles. Wal-
' 1.111 "
JTICE sleeping rooms for ladles. Call eve-
nlngs. Ill Park Ave.. Tel. Harney 1988.
PLEASANT furnished room In modern
borne, on ear line. Phone Harney 4442.
, Housekeeping Rooms.
TOW largo rooms on ground floor; high,
' airy eslllngi, newly and completely fur.
itniahad; god noma for summer. 1580 Har.
LARGE neatly furnished three-room auite.
.Also garage. -No children, SOJS Daven
, llGHT housekeeping rooms, very de
able; summer rates. ' 1(80 Harney St.
ONE, two or three
rooms) bath floor.
fOR BENT Light housekeeping rooms.
1011 Harney Bt.
NICE clean housekeeping rooms, 1611
. MODERN, nicely furnished rooms; good
Ideation. No children. Harney 6654.
Board and Room.
, EXCLUSIVE modern room and board to re
' fined business people. ' Home cooking,
. tnetantaueous heater, lawn and ehade.
- Walking distance. References exchanged.
Bos 1401 Bee,
kltl DODGE ST. Gentleman wiahee room.
' mat, walking distance, good board; rea-
eonabla. Harney $141. ' s:
NICB room and board for two gentlemen,
v Unfurnished Rooms.
HUM unfurnbed rooms,' tlO, '
llth St Phone Douglas 4118.
WANTED furnished room and board In
private family; West Famam or Dundee,
by lady. Best references. Box 6548, Omaha
THREE nice unfurnished rooms and bath,
far light housekeeping, in Dundee, tot N.
" nm1i ?! ' i ' ' ' V ii i ii
. FOR RENTFURNISHED
I-ROOM, steely furnished, modern. 401 N.
tld St. .
i-room furnished house, four months.
Krouata - Place section. . Call V, ebeter
till. . - ,
JJPLETELY furnished house. 1801 Sin-
L.J. kqf wJ(Mtar 111 x
FOR RENT HOUSES
- West.- -
114 N. I4TH ST. 13-rooia, modern. 40.bo.
P. D. Wead, 110 S. 18th St. Doug. 17h
FOUR rooms j.d bath, second floor, nice
rooms, 110, 1131 Seward St. Red 481.
t-ROOM Cottage. 1470 South 18th St. $11.60
monthly. H. W. Binder. Douglas 14.
2021 GRACE feL, l-r., mod. house. $20.
181t Corby B., 4-r., -pt. mod. houee, llf.10.
ALFRED C KENNEDT CO.. V
108 S. 18th St. Douglas Til.
IN ALL PARTS OT THB CITT.
CREIOH SONS CO., BKB BLDO.
Garden, 4121 N. 21th: t rooms..,. tl MO
Flat, 1201 Leavenworth; I rooms. .110.00
JOHN N. FRENZBR, UOUginstBe.
LIST your property for rent or sale wits
v r FIRST TRUST COMPANY. ' ,
Realtors. Tyler fit.
Shopen Co.. Ryta '-MPou'? mnm
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
A PEACH of a sub-basoment partment
. In the Hollywood, near 24th- and Harney.
Three rooms and bath, lit par month.
High class proposition for good party.
Bedford-Johnston Co., Doug. 8140.
- EAUTIFULLY furnished S-room apart
ment with sun porch, to sublet;- best lo
cstlon and janitor service. 1201 Harney.
Telephone Harney sua.
MY new apartment in Dundee. 4 rooms, tils
bath, steam heat, hot water year round,
4t per month. Call 411 N. 41th St.,
HAMILTON APTS., fireproof; fins lawn and
flowers during summer; beat location, 24tb
and Farnam. Prices reasonable. Call D,
MONTEREYB Apartments. 141 N. Hh St
t rooms, t'1.00. .,
t rooms, 185.00.
KLOKB INVESTMENT CO.
111 N. 16TH Duplex flat 1 rmi, I22.S0.
Tyler 1528. 221 Securities Bldg
TIZARD PALACE BLOCK Cloeo In,, few
equal; 2-room apartment; aleo 4-room
flat Apply 220H N. lid. Phone Red 4281.
SUBLEASE. I-room apartment with five
room accommodations, t'H. Call Harney
BEAUTIFUL, atrlctly modern, four and
five room apartments. Sethlow Ter-
race, 16th and Yates. Webster ttl and
FOUR-Roora new apt, modern; corner;
very light I2I; vacant May L Mapla
Court, 1811 Maple St. Red 8t.
STEAM beated modern apartment Clowry
Court G. P. Stebblna, 1610 Chicago.
t-ROOM apartment; atrlctly modern; jani
tor service; doelrabla location. Doug. 6801.
PETERS TRUST CO.
Specie nets In Apartment management
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
STORE FOB RENT 16th and Douglas, lOx
to, steam heat rent tilt per month.
WORLD REALTY CO.
Douglas 6841. Sun Theater Bldg.
MODERN etore, lth near P. O. Law Jrent
G. P. Stebblna, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room
HAVE excellent light office space for rent
In City National Bank Building. Private
office with apace for one or two clerks
In outer office. Furnlehed or unfurniehed,
25 per month. Apply 1120 . above build
ing. Phone Douglas llt.
MOVING AND STORAGE
X1 JtVClEJ BERVICB
Phona Douglas 281 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storsge, moving.
16th and Jackson Bta.
J. C. REED
Express Co., Moving,
Parkin end fitorsre.
1207 Farnam St Web. 2748. Doug. 6144.
METROPOLITAN VAN & STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture atore; office on Howard St between
16th and 16th. Phona Tyler 1404. Hava
your moving handled just as you would
an order for new furniture. That's tha way
we do It Aak to es our gaily rental Hats.
Separata locked rooms for household
gooda and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAOB CO..
806 8. 16th. Douglas 4161.
WE HAUT. ANYTHING.
Unload carload ' lots rock, sand, or
any other material.
CHAMBERS & O'NEILL.
2102 Leavenworth St . Phone Tyler 1411.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real aervlce In moving,, packing and
etorlng call Tvler 130 or Douglas 4888.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
' Close-In, Near 27th and
. Leavenworth, $4,000.
. A dandy practically new t-room modern
home; can give immediate posaeaalon.
Has full alze lot, with garage; oak fin
ish on the 1st floor, with fireplace, I
dandy good bedrooms on the 2d floor,
with open sleeping porch; this is In walk
ing dlntance and convenient to car line.
' Easy terms.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
919-20 City National.
New 5-Room Bungalow '
and One Quarter Acre
1250 cash and $26 per month buys brand
new bungalow, oak floors and hardwood
finish throughout. Located at 43d and
Oak Sta. Price 12,175.
The Byron Reed Co.
hone DoueMns 247.
212 S. 17th.
5-1TOOM HOU8K Modern except heat on
paved street. In A-l condition, 1H blocks
: from t car lines. Lawn, flowers and
garden, A coiy little home. Come out and
make an offer at 4227 Orant St., Walnut
DUNDEE BUNGALOW 5 rooms and sun
room on one floor; new, all oak; 13,100,
S00 cash. Call day Doug. 8140.
1 ' North.. - .
WE SELL, Rent, Insure and make Jyoana
on City property, North. ;
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Ames Ave. Col. SIT.
KOUNTZE PLACE Modern -room bouse,
full basement, large lot elose to car. Prlos
13.850. Norrla A Norris. D. 4170.
M1NNB LUSA homes and lots offer the
beet opportunity to Invest your money.
Pbens Tyler 187
; SOUTH SIDE SNAP
. Just listed, a 7-room house .near llth
and Center etreeta; 4 rooms on first, ,
floor. 2 and bath on second floor.1
Owner has left city and has reduced
the property to $2,100. Can ba handled
on-very reasonable terms.
" ,-. " " .''-'
Payne Investment Co.
137 Omaha Nat Tank Bldg. D 1781. V
O NEAR HANSCOM PARK.
Fine all modern t-room cottage, paved
street lot (0x160, for I3.H0; $650 cash,
' balance monthly.
, TEBBENS. (Realtor), ,
0t Omaha National Bank.
t-ROOM mod house, Hanecom Park die
I trict hardwood finish. $300 cash. - e
; W H. OATES, '
647 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1214.
HOT water ht, 4-r., mod., s. front lot, pav
Ing paid i near 18th Vinton, $2,800, about
$50 cash,. Raep Bros., Keellne Bldg. Ty. 721.
New, f-room stucco; oak finish! nicely
decorated; fins location; gear car Has.
Price. 14,000. Terras. $00 cash, balance
BENSON & CAR MICHAEL,
vfii EtStPA SIX.
SIX HOME BARGAINS-
4122 N. IITH ST.-rFlve rooms and bath on
one floor; large floored attic; full
cemented basement; oak floors. Col
onnade and finish In living and din
lng rooms; large built-in kitchen
, cabinet; atrlctly mod.; electricity, gee,
" city water, sewer; hall block to car;
two blocks to school, 13,160; $600
rash, bat monthly.
1117 Locust St. Six rooms, den and bath;
all atrlctly modern; on paved street,
psving all paid; two blocks from caf
line; fine residence section. 11.160;
$600 cash, bat monthly.
2410 Taylor St. Seven rooms and bath,
all etrlotly mod.; oak floors; one
block to oar. $2,150: $300 cash. bal.
$414 Taylor St. Five rooms and bath; nil
strictly mod.; oak floors; ana block to
car: $2,660; $300 caatv baL monthly.
4012 Nicholas St Seven rooma and bath;
all strictly mod. I cathedral district;
, U block to car, $2,200; $600 cash, baL
v .monthly. .
44th Ave. and Pratt Four rooma and two
lota: new neighborhood four blocks
to car. $1,160; $7t cash, bal. $11 mo.
Cell N Wat -till for Appointment to Show
1 Chas. Henning & Son, ' '
- FOR RENT AND HALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
102 8. 17th St. Douglee 6011.
W. FARNAM SMITH 4s CO., ,
. Real Estate and Insurance.
Ilia Farnam St Doug. 1044
FOR SALE Lot on N. 17th at, between
Fowler tad Grand aves. Box $21. David
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
II DOWN, II A WEEK.,
PAYNE SLATER CO.
BEST buy In Mina Lusa. Lot 6$ foot front
Inquire 1931 North 14th.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your horn or business
property and pay oash.
H. A. WOLF CO.,
Electrlo Bldg. Tyler II.
BUSINESS property and investment,
A. P. TUKET and SON,
120 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAOUB INVESTMENT CO.,
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist
16th and Dodge Sta. Douglsa 411.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
TRACKAGE Fins sits on B. A M. R. R.i
size Itxltl. Can be bought cheap. Call
owner evenings. Phona Wal. 70.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
GOOD Omaha reatdenca property to ex.
change for clear western land, or eastern
Neb. farm. Mr. Pease. Ill Bran. Th, Bldg,
E To Exchange
11 FINE resident lota, Roawell, N. M.,
for Omaha property only aeven to twelve
blocks from court house, near echools and
elty park; bast located in the city. Will
stand investigation. Prlos It.tpO.
WILL take touring oar worth 11,600 on 160
. acres near Gordon, Sheridan Co.f land
mostly good black loam; act quickly. D.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Northwest of Benson
Soma of the finest valley garden land
that oan ba had near Omaha; laya
t practically level, in good location, where
land la increasing In value fast; only
H mile from west Benson; paved road
and motor bua Una. Price $6 00. per aore;
very aaay terms; will .divide and aell
three or four aores If seven acres la too
HASTINGS HETDEN, 1114 Harney St
PHONE TT. 60.
HIGH and alghtly Dundee iota, $876 to
$1,156. Easy terms, loana arranged for
building purposes. Phona D. 1074, Sbuler
eV Cery, Realtors.
GOOD DUNDEE HOME
IMMEDIATH POSSESSION This Is
a 7 -room 1-story well built modern
hems with reception room, living room
and dining room finished In quarter
aawed oak. Kitchen, 4 bedrooms and
bath room finished In quarter sawed
pine. Garage, paved alley. South front
lot 60x121 feet Prlos $6,260. Reason,
able amount down; balance monthly
Ilka rent Key at our office. Location,
10th and Underwood avenue.
GE0RGE & CO., D. 756
NEW DUNDEE OAK BUNGALOW 4
rooms on one floor; bookcasea, colonnades,
sun room; $2,860; only $260 cash, $36 mo.
Call days Doug. 1140.
FOR SALE for a short time only, my resl
dence on the Fort Crook Boulevard. It 4
acres, T rooms, furnace, range, entirely
modern. If not sold soon will be rented.,
Lewrle Chllds, Tel So. tt.
About 1M aerea on Dodge street, In
Feiracres. Thla Is a Dies, south front,
close to beautiful homes, snd Is the
cheapcat acreage In this high-class dis
trict. Price tor qUlck sale, $3,450.
J. L. HIATT CO.,
QAA FIRST NAT'L.
oVKI BK. BLDO.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT STOCKED RANCH OR
Widow has t five-room houses, one T
room, modern house, one t-room modern
bouse and 2 modern atore buildings; all
well rented, on paved streets, close ta
car lines In Omaha; also $20,000 first
mortgages: prices ars right and property
tn first class condition.
S.' S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
sis vuj muoini nana auuqing.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
f and f-roora house and bungalowe with
1300 to 1600 down. Call Osborne Realty
; Co. Tyler 411. 701 Om. Nat Bank Bldg.
LIST your property with
JOHN J. MULVIHILL.
200 Brandels Theater Bldg. Phon D. tt
WANTED to buy. t or 7-room modern house.
Glvs descr'pilon, location, lowest price
for eseh. Box 4288, Omaha Bea.
WANTED 'TO BUY Six. aeven or eight
room home tn Dundee. Address Box tut,
WANTED Modern flat value 130,000 to
$40,000. Address P. O. Box 473, Onawg, la.
MEET me at F. D. Weed's Office. '
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
MAT 7TH. T!
Our next excursion to McOehes, " Ark.
W. 8. FRANK. -ttl NEVILLE BLK.
ONE to twelve sections ssatera tolorado
ranch. Artesian wells, good ranch build-
; Ings, railroad station on land; el eo trie
power line through land ; five milea front
large elty. Will sell la tracts of 160 acres
or more. Prioe $36 per acre. Terms, $
per acre cash, balance tan annual pay.
menta I per cent Will consider part
cash and trade. Also 1,000 acres of dry
farming land In Crowley county, Colorado,
$11 per acre; also New Mexico 60,900-ecre
ran ah, with water rights for 7.00U acres,
Addrese B. H. TsUmadge. Pueblo, Colo.
COLORADO offers great opportunities for
- farmers of moderate meana to aacura
farm horeea on very asy terms.- Inform
us locatton desired. For tree book and
map and special railroad rates write
- Floyd C Tallmadge, Colonization Agent
Kans.-Coio. Ry Co.. First National Bank
Bldg., Pueblo. Colo.
LISTEN Old residents who refused to pay
11.26 acre lor Eastern Colorado land 10
i years ago are paying $10 to 2t now; Ne.
' braska and Iowa parties buying largely
sines they found could save commissions
by baying direct from W. S. Pershing, ex-
mayor of Ltmon, Colo; 2.269 acres sold Ne-
tea ana Java paxuea. last vasft.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
. Colorado Lands.
FOR SALE NE 7-6s-4Sw, turns Co.,
Colo, unimproved. Lays -smooth, fine
soil. Mtgs $1,100, I pct.t two years to
run, Price $3,190. Thla Is a snap. R.
M. Cauthorn, 101 Scbwelter Bldg, Wichi
Just Up on the east slope of Pins Ridge
and overlooking the City of Crawford aa
well aa White River valley, I have perhapa
- one of the prettiest half sections tn all
, northwest Nebraska at least from a stand
point of location. Thla place, is Improved
with a set of improvements that cost right
around $10,000. It la all fenced and cross"
fonced and has mors than 100 aorea now
under cultivation. One ottthe elty reser
voirs supplying tha city of Crawford Is
located right on the place and as a cense
quenoe, tha place has hydrant water all
through the house, tbs house la modern,
has hydrant water at the barns and In the
corrals. Besldea this aupply, It has wells
and windmills out on the far parte of the
plnre; Is alt fenced -end cross fenced Into
different fields and ta perhapa one of the
most desirable placea In thla country. It
lays just a mile out from town and the
children come to town school. The soil
Is an excellent Pine Ridge soil, fine for
alfalfa, small grata of all kinds, potatoes,
etc. $60 per acre takea It and you
wouldn't find a better boms In all Ne
braska. Write me for pictures, and more
full descriptions. Arah L. Hungerford,
Crawford, Dawes county, NebrasRa,
FOR SALE A well Improved ISO-acre
farm, adjoining elty llmlta of Kearney,
Buffalo county, Neb. All In cultivation.
Level aa a floor. Improvements worth
$7,600. If interested, coma quick.
Bodlson Farm, Kearney, Neb,
FOR SALE Improved farm, 240 acrea, less
than four miles from Falrbury, Nebraska.
$81.00 per acre. Purchaser can assume
$1,000 mortice ge. Thla la certainly a
enap. Address, Qlenn W. Martens, Pierre,
South Dakota. I
FOR 8ALE Beat large body high-grade,
medium-priced land In Nebraska. Very
, little money required. C. Bradley, Wol-
140 ACRES,. $100 aore, drained bottom land;
, very rich soil; no overflow. Great bargain.
. Q. P. BTEBBINS, 1410 Chicago.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS .ARB SURi
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at best
prices write Geo. Antlll, Blair, Neb.
RANCHES of all alsea and klnda, easy
terms. A. A. Patsman, 101 Karbaoh Blk.
CHOICE! FARMS. Nllsson. 421 Rose Bldg.
New York Lands,
104 acrea. It miles from Buffalo, 1 mils
from cheese taotory, ehurchea, atore;
achool on farm, dark loam aoll. 40 aorea
timber, living aprlngs, 1 houses, barn It
by 00 bassmei.t stable, concrete floor, silo.
. Including 62 head cattle, 11 horses, 4
hogs, 60 hens, all fodder, complete farm
ing equipment Pries $12,600. Easy
terms. Free list. Bills Bros., Sprlngvllie,
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, giving descrip
tions, terms, prices, etc., on hundreds of
farms forenle; free for the asking. Square
Deal Realty Co. 41 Tha Florence. Syra
cuse, N. T., T. Black, mgr.
OWN a farm. VVe have aoma of the choloest
land In the heart of ths very best sec
tion of tha Clover Belt of Central Wis
consin. Low prlcee. Easy terms. Writs
for booklet and map. John 8. Owsa
Lumber Co., Owen. Clark County. Wis.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $60 per a.,
Including paid-up water rights. Henry
Levi a M. Rylander, $64 Omaha Nat'l.
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us If yon
want to keep It
E. P. SNOWDEN A SON,
421 S. 16th. Douglas 1171
WANTED 20,000 acres of Kimball ana
Banner county land. Muat ba first-class
farm land, Improved or unimproved. Ad
dress Box T 467, Omaha Bea.
WE have clients who wtll pay oash for bar
gains In weetern land. Whits Hoovar,
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Horses Live Stock Vehicle!
LET US haul your live stock, ' Ws are fully
equipped to handle anything.
CHAMBERS & O'NEILL.
2102 Leavenworth St. Phone Tyler 141t.
'THREE horses for Kale. Tel. Benson Hi.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
BUFF Orphlngton eggs. $1 a
Thoroughbred atock. Red 1200.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
7 It PER CENT INTEREST.
First farm debentures, amply secured,
convertible as payment on land or indi
vidual mortgages, at purchaser's option,
denominations $100, $600, $1,000 and up.
HARLE1T 3. HOOKER,
140 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
WE want 100 mortgagea on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC..
688-40 Keellne Bldg,
DIVIDENDS Of 6 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar starts n acoount
OMAHA LOAN BLDO ASSOCIATION.
Of. FARM LOANS,
f PAUL PETERSON,
264 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDO,
LOANS ON CITT PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son. Keeline Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hsnd for mortgaga loans.
City National Bank Bldg.
Omaha homes east neb. farms,
o'kekfb real estate co.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. ITU.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
6. 6 Mi snd t Per Cent
J. H. DUMONT Co., Keellne Bldg.
LOW RATES C. O. CARLBERO, lit Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686.
MONKV ET1 Of
0 HARRISON MORTON. Oy2 O
us omana Nat, av.. mag.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly, V, D.
Wead, Wead Bldg., llth and Farnam Bta.
MONE7 to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co., Omaha.
SHOPEN COMPANT. Douglas 4128.
WANT two more men to Join In a big co
operative oil company now organising; one
to be president, one vice presldsnt and all
to ba directors; must invest $100 or mors
cash. For particulars address Bos 161,
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Busineea Men of Omaha,
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security.
$40, t mo., H. goods, total, $$.10.
Smaller, larger ara'ts proportionate rata,
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TuTkish Troops Occupy
Russian Fortress of Kars
Constantinople, via- London, April
28.The Turkith official communic
ation itsued today sayt: ' "
"We have occupied the fortrest of
Karat and captured 860 guns." '
Recent dispatches have reported
successes for the Turks in Trans
Caucasia, where they had already
captured the port of Batum on the
eastern shores of the Black Sea and
were pressing on toward Karas.
Kjras wat a strongly fortified
town and of great strategic impor
tance to Russia.
Champions Play Golf for
; Benefit of Red Cross
. Chicago, April 28. James Barnes
of Broadmoor club, Colorado Springt,
Colo., western open champion, and
Gil Nicholot of New York, profet
tionals, today defeated Jock Hutchin
son, professional, at Glenview, club,
Chicago, and Chick Evans, national
amateur and open champion, one tip
in tn 18-hole 4-lfell match for the
benefit of the Arrrepican Red Cross.
Several thousand dollars were col-
SCfflOOLS AND COLLEGES
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
Last Friday candidates for offices
on the Register staff filed for editor,
assistant editor, business manager
and assistant business manager. The
candidates will be passed on b the
Register board and will be announced
the later part of this week. The com
paign for votes and subscriptions will
then begin. Voting will be held about
the middle of May.
Monday a mass meeting will be
held at both lunch periods to boost
the Amherst Cup. debate which will
be held during the seventh and eighth
hours Tuesday. The debate will be
the last of the season on the,- home
Friday the annual gym club exhi
bition will be given by the girls' gym
club. A varied program ending with
a flag drill has been arranged by Miss
Dumont. By special permission the
boys will be allowed to attend.
More than 25 boys left Friday for
the farms.' By the middle of May 100
boy t are expected at work on farms.
I ran Normal Nates.
C Gordon Beck and family ars visiting
their parents, Mr, and Mra. C F. Beck this
week. Mr. Bsctt hs just sempleted hi
course In ths officers' training camp at
Funston, graduating - a second high man
out of his company of 104.
Dean E. L. Rouse will visit ths Ashland
city schools on Friday in the Interest of
extension work. Mr. Delaelt will be In Wll
ber on a similar mission.''
Pref. F. C. Jean completed his study
center work at Union and Plattsmouth at
tha laat week end.
A. Crago waa In Nebraska City on study
center work on Friday and Saturday.
Mr, Loomla has been appointed emer
gency district club leader tor ,thie section
of Nebraska. He wtll uee Friday and Satur
day of each week In this oapaclty, organ
ising boys' and girla' garden cluba In city
and rural districts.'
Cllen Parrlott, HIT, has been re-elected
at Walnut, la., with a 13 1-1 per cent In
crease In salary. He .has also been offered a
position In Qlenwood, la., at $1,060. .
Prof. C. T. Beck, together with other of
ficers of ths horns guard, went to Auburn
on Tueeday afternoon to interview county
commissioners for the purpose of securing
equipment for Peru home guards. x
-O. 3, Palmar of ths manual training de
partment has been called In th draft to
report for duty by April 10, Monday chapel
period, April 2t, wtll bt In the nature of a
patriotlo program In honor of Mr. Palmer's
call to aervice.
Miss Doris Hayes has accepted a posi
tion at Stella aa Latin and English teacher
during tha remainder of thla year. She has
alao been tendered tha position for next
year at a salary of $60 a month.
Preeldent Hayes, national director of ths
National Eduoatlon association for ths stats
of Nebraska, met with the atata executive
committee at the office of th stats super
intendent Isat Wednesday. Th stats com
mute oonsists of the state director, State
Superintendent W. H. Clemmona, Superin
tendent Jesse H. Newlon, Superintendent J,
H. Beverldge, Acting Chancellor W. C. Hea
tings and Stat High Bchool Inspector A. A.
Reed, Dean B. E. McProud, Already the Ne.
braska membership In the National Educa
tion aseoolatlon has been Inoreaaed 200 per
cent, Tha committee hopes to enlist at least
I, 000 teachers of Nebraska as members dur
ing the drive.
Wayne State Normal School.
The present aemester will close Msy 14,
Summer school begins June I.
Mies Era Glimedal haa th honor of
being the first member of the senior class
to be looated for next year, She Is fleeted
to a position In th Wlnnetoon schools.
Prof, and Mr. I. H. Brltell received a
telegram to the affect that their daughter,
Fannie, who I attending th Northwestern
university, underwent an operation for ap
pendlattla last Monday.
Mies Beulah James of th Junior class,
waa elected to a position in th school
of South BIoux City tor th ensuing ysar,
Tbs rooms tn four of the dormitories are
all engaged by teaoher who will be here
for the summer school, This indicates that
tha enrollment for the summer term will
be th largest In th history of th achool.
Dr. J. T. House hts been naked ta ad
dress th History association, which will
meet in Lincoln th first week in May.
Th work of grading and beautifying the
Normal achool campu Is In progress, ' The
last landmark of tha eld sohool is thus
passing. " ',. . .
The following members ef the faculty are
Hated for third Liberty loan speeches: U, S,
Conn. A. V. Teed, H. H. Hahn, O. R.
Bowen, I. H.' Brltell, J O. W, Lewi and
W D Redmond
Judga Whit of Denver gav a patriotlo
address Sunday evening at th Normal
Miss Elisabeth Kingsbury spend her leis
ure time In furthering the making of sur
gical dressings. Site and Mrs. Conn have
organised a class at th Normal and are
Instructing th students In this Important
branch of war service. '
A new feature In the work of physical
education la the Instruction In swimming.
Miss Margaret Scheme), '14, whs special
ised in language in tha University of Ne.
braaka, la to bave charge of th language
work In the Normal this aummer In tbs
absence ef Miss Kingsbury.
Dr. Bohm of New York City Save a
splendid address to the students last
Wednesday mornjng at chapel time. Ill
subject wat "Th German People."
Nebraska School of Business, Lincoln
s Miss Ada Blakeelea has seeepted a position
as hsad bookkeeper with Oold company.
Among the new enrollments at the college
Is Miss Fern Nobl of Shoshone, Idaho.
Miss Vera Fleck, a graduate of the N. 8.
B. normal training department, waa a visitor
at the school Monday. Miss Fleck now holds
an excellent position on th commercial
teaching faculty of the Ds Moines high
Mrs. D. MoOuIre and daughters hava re
turned from Newark, New Jersey, and are
one more residents of Lincoln, Miss
Marguerite has accepted a position with the
National Supply company, and Miss Lenora
has enrolled for a stenographlo course In
N. S. B.
Mr. Edwin Radinsky, of the college
faculty, has been absent from hla classea the
paat few daya owing to illness. Hs hopes
to be abl to return to his olasees Monday.
Among university students recently re.
solving th P, B. K., It Mies Cara B,
Bohult. now . regularly enrolled in the
Unographlo department of th Nebraska
School of Business. Mist Srhulte 1 also a
member of Alta Delta Pi sorority.
At ths recent slsotion of th student board
ef th school paper. "Business Life." the
following were sleeted to executive positions:
Editor, Qlenn M. Kendall; associate editor,
Mlaa Ruth Wells: aesoolat editor, O. F. Mc.
Dermand; advertising manager, Floyd Ry
man; business manager, Mlas Kathryn Zook.
Among students accepting ' positions
recently ar Mia Hilda Nelson ttd O. F.
McDermand with ths Burlington Railroad
company; Miss Anna Kllnget with the
Farmers' Mutual Insurance company: Miss
Susie Wilson with th Central National bank;
Miss Iva Benson with Roberta Construction
company; Miss Rena Johnson "in ths office
of Mr. O. W. Hahn; Mlaa Grace MUnk with
th Lincoln Traction company, and Miss
Frsda Oaas In th of tie of th teoetary to
Congressman Sloan. ' '
According to word Just received', two
cousins of Presldsnt and Mrs. T. A. Blsbesles
hav been wounded In actloq while with the
American foreea In Franc. Their exact
location Is not reported. '
Fremont College Notes. . ;
Arthur Softley, ton of Dean Softley of th
college, who Is In ths Quartermasters'
department at Camp Funston, haa recently
been advanced to th Office or sergeant.
H. W. Luedtke, who was elected presl.
dant of tbs Banker's association that met
In Fremont last week, is a former student of
the college. .. .
Arbor Day was ".observed st the oolleg
Monday. Professor O. H. Mobler gave th
hletory and some Interesting events con
nected with the lire ef J. Starling Mortun,
the founder of Arbor Dsy,
Mies Matilda Blome, a student ef last
yssr, has been sent 'to Camp Arthur, Tex ,
aa Red Croat nurse, leaving Thbredty for
A larga number of Fremont oelleg stu
dent hav excellent positions at - Wash
ington, D. C. Stanley Hausner la th latest
to be called Into civil service work. ,
L; B. Shallenberger of Nebraska City,
who completed th Scientific Course In ltl
and who ha slnos been successful ' a
teacher, will return toon to enter the tteno
graphic and commercial departments.
One of the Interesting features of the week
was th address - before th atudenta In
chapel Thursday morning by Mrs. J, F,
Mueller who, hae Just returned from Miami,
Florida. She has visited many nieces ef
In t rent and is gifted In description. She
, vU continue ber talk Tutiday morolat, . ,
William Beyrer, who hat been In th navy
tor th laat nine monthe. convoying ships
aoross ths Atlantto and making trips to va
rious South American porta, gave a talk at
ohapel Wedneeday morning regarding the
work of the navy. He wat a student In
Haatlnga college laat year and la now home
on a furlough.
President Cron went to Omaha Thursday
morning to attend the commencement ex
e relet of Omaha seminary, of whloh Insti
tution h 1 a member of th board of
Krnest Ooodenberger of the Junior claaa
enlisted last week and Is now stationed at
C L. Holcomb, state student secretary of
th Young Men'a Christian association, spent
Wednesday at the college.
Veraer Felker, Frank Prlno and C Q.
Berk, Hastings college men who recently
graduated from th officers' training camp
at Funston, are home on furloughs
Dr. Farmer, vice president of th college,
preached at the Westminster and Dundee
churche of Omaha Sunday. He left Tues
day for Wyoming or business.
Dr. Oeorge B. Newell of Kaneaa City Spent
Saturday and Sunday In the elty. He apoke
at chapel Haturijay and at the Presbyterian
Bflleru College Note.
The annual Sutton debet was held In
Adelphtan hall on Wednesday evening. Th
question waa, Resolved, That lawt for the
eetabllehment of a minimum wag should
be enacted In the United States. Consti
Thla waa th question chosen thlt year for
th triangular debate between Cotner,
Doan and Bellevu. Because of uneattled
condition both Cotner tnd Doan found
it advisable to cancel their debate thla
year, and Bellevue, . after a preliminary
twa week ago, oboe two tsama from her
local debater t compete for th Button
prit. , ., ,
Th prise for this debet It tit, given
each year by Judge A, L. Sutton of Omaha,
t be divided tit t th winning and $20
to th toeing team.
President David R. Kerr presided. Mutt
wss furnished by Misses Jones, Lewrle and
Mohr. Th afflrmatlv team waa composed
of Mtssea Kathryn Curtla, Bernlea Weln
land and Myrna Matthews. Tha negative
waa represented by Messrs. Stephen Cum
mlngs, Fay Tollea and Joseph Cummtngs.
Th Judges war Mr. David R. Kerr and
Dr. phelp of Bellevue and Perry M,
Wheeler of Omaha.
The decision of th Jadget wat two ta
one In favor of the afflrmatlv.
Chadron Normal. '
Th Chadron Normal orchestra, gavs a
concert at th Pace theater Friday venlng.
Th olaa In publla school muslo method
haa i been writing original melodies for
veract assigned them and harmonising them.
Th model school It' working on their com
mencement program. .
Several from th Normal school were In
the csst of ths play, "All of a Sudden
Peggy,", given under th auspices of the
Woman's club for the benefit of the Red
Cross Monday night. Thsy wr Mist Peter
son, Oeorge Coetley tnd Pref, Clark. Mist
Cowman coached tht player, asalsted by
Mlaa Peterson of the high achool,-and Mlat
Palna of tha Normal tohooL
A "Margaret Fisher" plctur wat given
at the Rex Friday night. Tht proceeds go
to th French orphan fund. Besides th
pictures there was muslo by ths Zeta Alpha
orchestra, a vocal tolo by Oltdyt Bailey, and
a reading by Lucille Scott.
Earl Sly, a former student of th Normal,
arrived horn Sunday from Camp Funston on
a 10-day furlough.
. The Junior-senior banqaet It schedule! for
At tht regular meeUng of .tht Young
Women's Christian association -Thureday,
Jean Bllsh played tht prelude, Ursula Miller
gava a vocal sol and Mlat Clark aptk an
"Tha Lesson of th Hour."
Th class at dtll held a reunion at th
ham of Mist Edith Callander Saturday
night In honor of Lieutenant Ford David
son, Oeordetta Stevens, teacher at Falr
bury, Ruth Callander, Olltnsr high tchool,
and Rev, John Rollings of Merna were
among those present.
Monday morning at the ehapel period
Lieutenant Ford Davidson gav an tastruo
tlv talk to th etudente, speaking upon
the method of making trenobee, plaotng
Dean O. B. Aaheraft tpok spen . th
"Effect ef War in Eliminating Raolal'Pr.
judloes," Wednesday. 1
Prof, and Mrs, Ouy R. Davit nUrltlned
Thursday night for th sophomore claaa.
Th PhllomatheaR and Amphloyton
Literary tocletlet held their annual plcnlo
Friday night th Setat held ptonle.
Dean and Mrt. C. B, Ashoraft antertalned
the senior claas at a breakfaet Saturday
Th eenlor elasa wat antertalned at din
ner Friday night by Preeldent and Mrt.
McLaughlin at their homt en Beaver
Th commercial ttadenta held a picnic
rrlday. . -
Doan College Note.
Th Ladle't Olet club and Octette left an
Friday for a week1 conotrt trip to polnte
In tha atat. They wer aeeompsnted by
their leader, Professor O, H, Aller,
Mr. M. A. MaeDowell, under th lusploei
ef th Conservatory of Muslo of Doan, gav
on Thursday evening a leoture-recltal. She
told of th Peterborough colony for artist
tnd gava a program ef MaeDowall eom-
Sosltlons whloh was thoroughly tnjoyabl.
la Sarah Marshal) and Mr. H. T. Smith,
seniors in th Conservatory, san( torn
MacDowell tongt. ,
Tha girl's Bar Croat Bandage elrclt pnt In
extra hours laat week finishing tip all
material on hand to pack with tht .Crete
On April 23 Mlat Sara T. Marshall gavt
her tenlor piano recital.
On May 4 Mist Floreno Noye will glv
her tenlor voice recital,
Th Junior ar working aa th olast play
to bs presented May 26.
Sergeant H. H. Johnston, 'It, from Camp
Funston spent a day on tha campus laat
Miss Helen Perry, Illinois, hat reached
Franc where she 1 engsged In oanteen
U. S. Labor Envoys Encourage
Ship Worriers on the Clyde
New York, April 28. Thousands of
workers in the ship-yard on the
Clyde were addressed by the Win the
War delegation of the labor leaders
from America on the closing day of
the delegation's visit to Scotland, ac
cording to a cable message from Lon
don received today by the British
Pictorial Service here. ' '
Great assemblages of British work
ers gave up part of their dinner hour
to listen to speeches by the visitor,
who declared that "America labor is
unitedly back of the allies in their
struggle to crush German autocracy
and save the world from slavery.
James Wilson, president of the Pat
tern Makers league of North America,
"The workeri of America recognize
the fact that there will be no in
dustrial liberty, no hope for us, un
le. we win this war.
"We recognize that the blessings of
freedom we enjoy would be destroyed
if militarism were to triumph," de
clared Wm. H. Johnstone, national
president of the machinists union of
Germans Interned in Holland
Mutiny and Break Out of Camp
Amsurdam, April 28. The report
current last week that Germany had
sent an ultimatum to Holland Jed to
a reVott among Germans interned at
the Vapenveld camp, according to a
dispatch from Hattem, Holland, to
the Het Wolk. .The guards are said
to have been overpowered by i,000
Germans, who fled in all1 directions.
Many Germans succeeded in passing
through Almelo or Hangelo on the
way back to Germany, but the police
rounded up the majority of them in
groups of 25 or 50. .
OR.L IT. tARRY -240 C
TWO DES MOINES :
Unidentified , Man Slaps One
and Knocks Another Down,
But Both Make Good.
(From a Staff Correspondent) .
De Moines. Ia.. April 28. (Spe
cial.) An unidentified man, thought
to be insane, attacked two women ui
East Des Moines last night. The man
attacked Mrt. E. F. Root of 817 Penn
avenue as she was returning to het J
home from a drug store and slapped.,
her in the face. She escaped without
further injuries but was unable ,to
civ a rlearrlnttftn nf her assailant.
La(er the same man, it is thought -attacked
Mrs. Lee Kriner at East ,
Ninth" and Filmore, slapping her in
the face and knocking her down. Mrs,
Kriner was abe to pive a description
of her assailant. Police were noti
fied but no arrests have been made.
20 Years For Soldier. J t
Private Allan Broms of St. Paul,
Minn., draft register who refused to
obey commands of his officers at
Camp Dodge, was tried by court- 1
martial and sentenced to 20 years at
Fort Leavenworth. Private John J.
Paul, convicted of larcey through
stealing a safety razor, pocket book
anr! a Rihla. waa sentenced to five
years. Both men are now en route to
Leavenworth. ' ,
Men In Casey Family Dead.
Harry Casey is the seventh victim
of pneumonia in the Casey family at
Valley Junction. He is 23 years old
and died at the Congregational hos
pital Saturday. Out of a family of
10 the father, r three sons and one
daughter died in one week. Sammy,
an eight year old boy, died later. - '
Blows Head Off.
John Maitkitx, 29 years old," at. '
Austrian living at Mason City, shot
his head off with a shot gun Saturday
morning. Relatives said he had been
despondent for some time and - is
thought to have worried over the war. ;
WW Control Ics Price.
The price of ice In Polk county
cannot be raised without the content
of the Polk county food admlnistrs-,
tion, This advice has been' received ,
here from Washington If there is an '
inaittent demand on the part of ice
companies to raise prices, the federal
food administration says there will be
an investigation to determine whether .
an increase should be granted. Ice
companies here bave announced that
an increase in retail prices would be
asked for soon because of th high .
cost of manufacture.
, Drafted Men Coming. . n
About 10,000 selective service men
called under the April draft to report
at Camp Dodge daring the five-day
period beginning April 26th will ' ret
port at Camp Dodge by Wednesday.
Some 77S men from Minnesota re
ported Saturday and by Sunday night
tome 2,500 will be in from the states .
in um Qismci. ;
Make War Munitions.
A factory for the manufacture "of
phenol to be used by the government
in tne manufacture of explotivet is
to be erected at Storm Lake by tie
International Chemical company cap
italized at $100,000. The buildings are
to be erected at Lakeside farm a mile
from the business section of ' Storm
, Porter to Aid Drive.
Claude R. Porter of Centerville,"
United States district attorney - for
the southern Iowa district and can
didate for governor on the democratic
primary ticket, will aid the Salvation
Army drive in Des Moines during the
week beginning May 0, He will make
a number of speeches. The local '
Chamber of Commerce declared
against the drive saying it was un
necessary and that their work was a ,
duplicate of the work' of other,
agencies. . i ,
TAB0E WOMAN IS
RESCUED FROM A .
... , . v -
Onawit, la., April 28. (Special.)
Mrs; E. R. Blackburn, en orute to her
home at Tabor, la., after a visit with
friends here, was found lying along-
lide the trade nr W. iltnnt slit.
form, by L. N. Ellsworth, flagman t
t train that had just taken a switch
. He was inspecting Tiis )rain at the
time and he nearly tell over the body .
of the woman, who had a gath in her
head, and way lying uncontcious with
her feet and lower part of her body on
the platform and her head and an
arm retting on a rail of the main line
track. .- , '
She would have been beheaded had
the flagman not opportunely- found
her. Several trains had departed from'
in aiaiaion a anon iirne oeiorc Mrs.
Blackburne was found .and it is
thought she was struck by one of these
when no one was obverying. s-, ' "
The injured woman . recovered
consciousness this morning, and after
having her wounds dressed, departed
for her home.
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Davenport, la., April 28-Themyt-'
tery surrounding the disappearance
of James I. Hayes, Davenport base
ball magnate, ana vice-president of the
Three Eye league, was cleared up to
day when his body was found in the '.
Mississippi river by fishermen. , ,
Bolsheviki in Crimea " ?
" Resist German Invasion
Washington, April 28. Swedish,
press reports received ..here today,'
say the bolsheviki forces in the Cri-
t-e . it. .
mc again aro retiring- ' ociore ' (ne
Germans' tut are offering stubborn '
resistance. VThey are being reinforced.
by sailors from the Black sea fleet
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