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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: AIWST 31, 1913.
Current News Pertaining to Building A&ivity in- Omaha SAFE INVESTMENTS j Do You Know that if you should die without mak ing a will, whether the law would distribute your property, as you wished? THink it, over and you'll see why it is" wise to make your will now and appoint the Peters . l rust Liompany as tne executor 01 " . ? your estate. hMrlFffEKlRSlSl NEW HOME FOR REALTY GO. Bankers Realty Investment Com pany In Bee Building Corner. MAKING BAHD PRO ORE S3 142 rARMAM STREET OMAMA.NCBRASKA. 1 Good Paint is Cheap Always IT IS ECONOMY TO BUY THE BEST PAINTS. GOOD PAINT ALWAYS LOOKS OLZANER AND BITTER, AND INVARIABLY LASTS L0NQ1X. THMtlFORE OTJJt REPUTATION AND EVE aEOWDXa BUSINESS. Thm Paint Men You Know Birkir Brothers Paint Co. IGOOVa Faraam St. Tol. Douglas 4750. V 0RlN$r I it E. J. Davis SAFE MOVER Heavy Hauling 1112 Farnrim FMONC BCUOLNi 3X1 Hare Ut Do Your CEMENT STONE WORK Our masons Mrs all competent, skilled mechanics. 0BT 6BTS SSTIXATS ssrosa Tew avjxs Cement Building uiocka are welt adapted for all building purposes, Our up. to-date facilities enable us to manufacture the most durable and finest appear Ins cemont block. IIOEVL CEMENT STONE CO. Stata Offlee and isly Soeaa lm-la Casals UU Prom it Small Beginning', Concern Una Unlit Up Growing limine that Mecesaltntea More Con venlent Location. The announcement - that the Bankers Really Investment company, 'a Nebraska corporation owned by hundred of Omaha and Nebraska people, is noon to' occupy the Seventeenth street corner of The Dee bulldthg may corrle as a surprise to many, but not to those who have bean watching- the progress . that has been made .by this, company In the past. Its incorporation In thp first place was Inspired by, the extraordinary aueceas achieved and maintained by companies in the .leading cities of .the. United States, who bought up vacant lota and built res ldenccs and apartment houses upon them. The venture has teen a- profit sharing enterprise In practically ever) instance and many of these companies have grown from a miniature beginning to' operations extending - Into yearly c gregates of millions of dollars. Among banking Interests of '.Now. York and. Chi cago securities ! based . upon such ' valua tions, are deemed extra good, which, tn Itself, Is a fair criterion of their sound ness. Similarly the Banker Realty Invest ment company was organized and its growth has been. so rapid -and Its-future so. assured . that Its board . of directors decided upon more convenient, quarter. 'Where Its scores of small Investors and customers would be In-'closer touch 'with It 'It now has over $375,000 worth of as sets 'at' ls disposal for ' carrying -on Its enterprise and 'Its outlook promises a continuous Increase of this amount. 'Since early spring of the present year this company has' built' over fifty' now homes and' had many "more completed and1 soldi It-has never missed a dividend date and on Jufy 1- distributed a semi annual dividend at the annual rate of per. cent. . 4 , A. great factor In d,eciaia,on Tho Boo business. office for a permanent location was its location and easy accessibility foa the company's hundreds of vstockholdors and clients, ai well .aa, for- the actual carrying on of 1U busslness. Tho Compwny'o Personnel. At the helm of the Bankers Realty Investment company's affairs are oxpert enced men, who have unbounded confi dence In Omaha aa a city in whloh to grow big. Peter Klvad, president, has been a rerl dent of Omaha for many years and is In actual charge df the company, and It Is largely through his effort! that it has grown into its present scope. Dr. ZYederlek J, Weame, vice presi dent, la one of Omaha's well-known sur geons wins Mm Uvea 'and worked and proeperftd here. frank. .Anderson, treasurer, .has been. a resident of Omaha for several years past, ooqtiHg. Mre from, ,Xe, City, .where he 'wan jwonriMnUft' eHMcted with1". large hard vy are concern. He 'has taken charge of the .purchasing department and Is ako la charge of detail work In the a-tofcKsot' 4srtmt Fred C. Haver, secretary,' has lived la Owiaha for saany years, was formerly connected with the accounting department of the Burlington railroad company and la'ter, was lh charge of the' accouhtlrig'de partment of the- Union Outfitting com pany. ' All of the management la In the bands, of men well, fitted to fill .their positions, having an Intimate knowledge' of Omaha's conditions and the ability to meet them In a thoroughly effective manner. , The work of the Bankers Realty In vestment company is clearly outlined and future rapid progress for this company Is very promising. The spirit of progrca slreaes which this company is arousing: Is doing much good for Omaha In a gen eral way as well as In an Individual way for its many hundred atockholders. Sunday's Coming to Omaha is Now Certain, He Says Evangelist W. A. (Hilly) Sunday passed throughOmaha last night on. tho .Oregon Washington limited, en route to his home at Lnko Winona, Ind.. from the- Hood Illvtfr valley, Oregon, where he and his family have been Bpondlng the summer. Mr. Sunday, was met at the train by the . executive committee .of the -Omaha Evangellstlo association and Mr. Sunday assured the secretary, Rev. Qrant E. Fisher, pastor of the Dundee presbyto- rian church, that ho would lead the evangellstlo campaign In Omaha in. the fall or early winter of 1914. Mr. t Sunday said that he could not get to Omaha before lSll.'as he had made preparations to begin an extended tour at Stcubenvllle, O., September 14 and he had his Itinerary completely arranged for 1SU. WESTERN DOUGLAS. COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHOW STARTS What waa the beginning of a live stock show that will probably ' In time toko rank with the best In tho state came off at Elkhorn on August 23. This show had its inception In the fact that' the farmers and breeders of -western Douglas county feel that a show of this kind will' have a tendency to encourage 'tho production of more and better live stock in their Immediate ' territory. The organisation terms, itself the Western Douglas County Live Stock association. B. 'B. 'Baldwin of. Elkhorn, Neb.,' is. president and Clydo HolUater of the some place. Is secretary and treasurer The exhibits of live stock and farm products on August 13 wcro of a- .very high class. The display, of . draft horses was ono that would do credit to any, county, fair tn the state. One of tho principal, exhibitors In. this line' was W". H. Kerr, of Uonnlngton, Neb., who showod a .line of drafters that ' would make, mighty warm . competition , In any state fair in the country. In faot, a num ber of the animals .exhibited' here' will .also be. on exhibition at Lincoln during the state fair. . , The . Western Douglas County Live Stock association anticipates acquiring permanent grounds and j building . up a show that will rank with the best In the state. Some of the very best' farmers and breeders In western Douglas county are Interested In the movement Stores Will Close at Noon Monday Monday at 12 o'clock retail stores of the city are to closo In observance of Labor day. The Association of Retailers has asked that all the stores close promptly at that hour. Last year the retailers observs-thc day by closing dur ing the afternoon. At that time It was 0;imettfleWhak . ,tey ,would ,oloa .t, aeon, but the' definite hour, was not net.' The result was that the retailers strung their closing time out to anywhere 'be-' tween 12 and 1 o'clock. This year they are all urged to get In unison. Millionaires' Sons ; Returning to Homes The Moore party, mode up of twenty five sons of eastorn millionaires, U scheduled to pass through Omaha over the Northwestern on Its way from Wyom ing Sunday morning. The boys will re main until evening, when thoy will leave for their eastern homes. Thy have been roughing It In' the Wyoming moun tains during the last two months, hav ing visited Yellowstone park and num erous stock ranches. : ' ' -1 "sssrlBsssssssaW bssbbsV BaaaV bbbb, Ssl sew jbbbf Mm .ssssssr ssssssssBSssl bVbbbbbbbbV bbbbW. SJBftV bsb star .asssr seF mt .bsbbbb I H 1sbsssssM. Jsssssssssssssssssssl . , LwrF' tiEK ' jf SKfj$ IK s aaBLBssanjajBj ,pps bshssb iatr. itsaT 'jaw ' mK'' -am" ' 'm. "'L' - B. sw "aaW' bbbbbbI I MM WAYS LEAP TO CORDON YSH ALWAYS I D0U6iAS S3 Q M A t-j A &9 Iff II ST. I TIMELY REALESTATE GOSSIP Casper, Wyo., Decidedly on Boom, Saya Omaha Man. OIL IS MAKING THE COUNTRY nnrllngtnn la Unlldlno; Bis Ronnd honae, Immenae Ynnl, New Depot and Ttrenty-NLne Sidings. George C Flack, real estate man of Omaha, returning from a trip In tne Wyoming oil fields district, says: "The boom In Casper has really not starts as yet, although that town baa had a good growth. The Standard Oil company has started to break around for It now oil refinery, which will employ 0 men ana cover eighty-lour acres of ground. Tanks with a capacity of 65.000 barrels are being built in considerable number to store the 'oil that Is brought In from the oil fields through the pipe liner -"The Keystone Refining company of Pennsylvania will be starting buthllng operations soon, while the Prance Petro leum and Oil company have a largo plant well under way. The Midwest Oil vom pany Is now building another plant, which will make flvo oil refineries for Casper alone. "Tha Standard Oil roflnnn, nmivi in mako a specialty of Its motor spirits and by-products from the- oil after the other refineries have taken off their gasoline and kerosene. The Burilnrton Is bulMlnir a mum! tlOUSO and Immense vat-flu- oivirlnv lit acres. They are planning twenty-ntno swings, each siding a mile In ' 'rogth. Tho ground has" also lust bocii broken for a new Burlington dertot KfM.'. Y V. 1 . . ..V . ... j. no JuiiM.uu lmsauon proposition which lu to Irrigate 14,000 acres Is within ten miles of Cmmf anrl wnrlr rtrl'1 nmh. abfy commence before long on that Casper la building a new $60,030 school building 'and ' work was started on two large business blocks 'the first of tho weeK. The Midwest Hotel company has Its 1125,000 building now under, construc tion. 'It Is to be four stories high ind will rival the now Plains hotel In Chov enne..' There will be 125 rooms with baths.' Sir Offley Wakeroan of London, after miking huge profits by holding flvo farms he bought In Douglas county ten years ago, has just sold the last of tts3 to E. S. Redlck. This was a farm of J40 acres, some two-miles north of Irvlngtm. At lost tho ruins of the old Dowey ho tel have all been cleared away. Tho lapt broken brick and piece of rubbish hs been dragged from the basement and n clean slto for the beginning of the new Joslyn building Is ready. A high bomd fence has already been constructed around the place for "keep out" pur poses and work will begin at once. Tho building, which Is to be occupied -by the Otaaha Printing company, is to coit $75, 090. It Is to be a concrete .building. EfeYear-OldBby Browaed in Sker j Brother Lost a teg Jerry DokulIU a rf-year-old son' of Mr. and Mrs. John Dokulil, Beoond street and Poppteton. avenue, was drowned yes terday In the' Mlsomirl river at the foot of Poppleton avenue. The youngster had been playing on the bank and slipped and fell In. Before help could reach him he Went dbwn the lost time. '.Max Kahl, Union Paclflo car repairer, who was told of the accident by a brother of the boy, notified the police, and the river was dragged to recover the body. According to the father, who Is em ployed as boUormaker at the Wilson Steam " Boiler company, South ' Omaha, this Is the second disaster that has visited tho family within the year. On Easter Sunday his son, John, aged IS years, fell In front of a train at Second street and Poppleton avenue, losing his right leg. Do You Want a Nice HONE ALL YOUR OWN? Of couroo you do, and you want a homo Juat as soon as you can get It. You can afford to own a homo (in a very short time) if you put your money your savings, in Home-Builders share at $1.08 each.- Thcso shares aro secured by real estate first mort gages, the safest security known. You can buy thoso preferrod shares 1 or 1,000 at a time. They noil for cash only. You can't get In debt to Home Builders. Your savings and tho guaranteed interest will soon equal tho first payment on the "HOME ALL YOUR OWN." Don't bo a renter. Live under your own root. If you don't own a home all your1 own within one, two or three years from today, it will bo your own fault. OPPORTUNITY is calling to you. Invest your savings In theso preferred shares and then lot us build you a nice, cojy homo. Home Builders wants to' be your best friend. , Come In rind let us get acquainted. Our books and plans aro always open Tor inspection. - Home Builders. will save you money on a home, If you buy a "hand-me-down" or second hand home you must pay two profits. When Home Builders does th work, you pay but one small profit on the Job, and you have the advantage of our largo experience as practical builders. ' " - May wo hear from you soon? , American Security Co., fiscal agents for 7 $ INTEREST Guaranteed HOME BUILDERS, it Corner 17th and Songlas sts.. Omaha. WHY NOT SAVE MONEY? Our second 'hand lumber Is bone dVy. S12 to $18 per M. Iron Beams, Columns and .Lintels, lHo per pound, good as new. Plumbing and all kinds of machinery. Bargains only., H. GROSS. LUMBER & WRECKING COMPANY aist as rxvx, sts. 7X0X33 WXBTEX 2334. Continued Drouth Reported.Damaging . Nebraska CornCrop 'The forecast of tea railroad' crop re ports for this week, due to be made pub lid nekt Monday, Indicates' that the corn has 'gone backward instead of forward, as compared with 'the estimates of one week ago. So far as conditions south of the Platte were concerned, they were bad last week, but the Monday report will show them to bo still worse - North of the Platte, the reports of last week showed the corn to have been but slightly damaged by the drouth. The next Monday report -will place the dam age at' from E0 to 00 per cent and rapidly Increasing. According to the'rallroad reports, there has been no' rain la Nebraska during the ;lask week, aside- from very few light and scattered showeis, that did little if anygoeiS. The., crop , experts of the rail roads ,ealcu(ate" 'tnat Mf'c'oof :w"eather should continue . and there be soaking rilna,early next week, much of the corn Bsvth, of the Platte would make from 90 to" .44 per cent of" a' crop, otherwise it will be nearly a total failure. COUNTY JAIL INMATE ASKS COURTS TO RELEASE HIM HUKO Peters. Who was luintnnrwrf n sixty days In the county Jail for carrying concealed weaDona and ualnir nrrifan law. guage over the telephone, Is seeking re lease by a habeas corpus suit started la district, court on the srroUnd of lrresrul&r. Ity In his prosecution at the hand of jtoubo vomnussionor iiyaer, captain Demnsev and Chief nt Pnllc. rinnn 1 1 - was tried before Acting Judge O'Brien. BOWLING LEAGUES WILL MEET SUNDAY MORNING Members, of the Metropolitan and Com mercial Bowling-leagues will meet Sun day, morning at the. Key t alleys between fifteenth and Sixteenth streets on Capi tol avenue. Plans for the coming season will be. discussed and schedules made out for games between the various clUbs. LINEMAN SEVERELY HURT WHEN HE FALLS FROM POST Le Roy Hughes, lineman for the Ne braska Telephone company, fell fifteen feet from a pole at Tenth and Center streets early Saturday morning, sustain ing tevere sprains and injuries. He was and removed to St. Joseph's hospital, He lives at Cuming street AUGUST BANK CLEARINGS SHOW GROWING INCREASE Omaha bank clearances for ttie month of August show -a gain of $3.6BS.3g3.3S over the corresponding time last year. For isu the total was $09,810,95.03; while for $1313 it was $71,489,213.17. TO EXTEND WYOMING LINE Northwestern Road to Build Fifty Miles West of Lander. TIMBER RESERVE WILL OPEN Bonneville Reservation Stnmpase tm Be Offered for Sale by the Cot eminent, trlth System tis Active Bidder. While nothing will be done this fall, l( Is more than probable that next year 'the Northwestern railroad will extend Its Omaha-Wyoming line at least' fifty miles) west from Lander and to the Bohney'lUe National forest reserve, the timber ot which Is to be offered for sale. The extension of the Northwestern to the Bonneville reserve would bo a part ot the plan that the company has had la view for years, whloh ultimately means a line from Omaha to tbe coast. Thl Knrihw(rn wnnti tho ttmhr n tU . BonneyUJe, reserve, (.ftndnow that U , Is to be offered for sale "by the "govern ment. It. Is likely to In the market for the whole of tbe stumpage, which Is esti mated at UB,09Q,X)0 feet. This timber Con sists of Rocky mountain conifers, lodge pole pine, Englemann BprUco, Douglas and Balsam fir, and the moat of it ilea In the Wind river water shed. In fact, the tract is one of the largest offerings for sale In tbe history of the lumber In- ' dustry tn the west. Covered Trlth Timber, Much of the Bonnovtlle tract is covered with saw timber, and besides this, thert Is an Immense quantity of tie, post and and mine material. By the terms of sale proposed by the government the pur chaser has eight years In which to clear the timber from the land, which, when cleared, reverts to tho United States. The minimum price fixed is $2.75 per 1,000 feet for saw timber, $1.60 per 1,000 feet for posts and mine timbers and 8V& cents eacb for hewn tics. Fined Fifteen Dollars for Stealing New Hat George Bailey, South Omaha, was fined' $15 and costs In police court for the theft of a hat from the Edward Zeiss Furnish ing company, 1S04 Farnam street A cleric noticed Bailey slip a new hat beneath his coat anl after trailing him to the corner, summoned an officer and had hint arrested. THE FUEL SAVERS NESB1T ALL CAST WEIR ALL STEEL Gas and Soot Consumers THE MATE WiTMIT THf lLE Badolpa Xrson, T18 so. ASta St. St. 3. Price, 6003 Vadsrwooa Ave.; Saaxord 'Wright, 04 1& aad Ames Ave.; SC. Soften bexg, 3163 so. 15th stxeet. Sold Through the Regular Keating Trade LOCAL MENTS Xneller i JoJutsuu, 1814 (hiss BUi O. W. Boston, riorenoe, sTeb.t Ideal Plumb lag and Seating Oo, Seasons O. Kelson, Co on oil sioffe, Xa. STANDARD FURNACE AND SUPPLY 00. MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OFFICE anti SHOW ROOM 411-10 South Tenth St, OMAHA, NEB. Omaha StXouis Chicago Kansas Clty Indlanapolls Minnas polls HYDRAULIC-PRESS BRICK CO. VAjrSTACTVSSM OT HY-TEX BRICK Yam 45 TSAsa sn uuss. Cleveland New York City Philadelphia Toledo Washington Baltimore