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    THE KEK: OMAflA. TUKSDAY, JUNK 6. 1016.
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FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished Kooma.
ATTENTION. ROOM HUNTER:
If you fill to find th room you
r among the ada, rail t Th
Re offlc for Room I,lt give
complat detailed description of va
rant room In 1I part of th city.
If more convenient phon Th Be
Want Ad 1'i-pt. and give your nam
and addreae, and a Itat will t4
mailed to you at one. New In la are
lasued every week,
HKAUTlVUL newly furnished room, private
family; Ideal summer home; must be men
to b appreciated; board optional. . Colfax
Il2f
1'iVk KENT Nicely furnUhed room, private
home; raaaonabla; reference desired;
walking dlatsnr. Douglas 40.
J KOuMhT furnUhed anil unfurnished;
strictly modern; walking distance. 701
Hnuth I let Ave Harney fc 8.
ATTKACTlvTc-froiil room, prlvat family,
ult conveniences; walking distance. Ked,
this.
241)1 HAHNLY Front room, dnelraiilo loca
tion, walking (lletKnc. Imugla lS.
603 S. 8ITII. Ideal ummar room, mod
ern, porches, shade trees private family,
walking distance. rhon 14arnr l"t
jTt N. ""T T 1 1 T w e 1 v-7ooTrT fiat newly
furnUhed and deocrgted; strictly mod
em; aleardng rooms only.
FA KN AM, aT(7 wotilr-efy furnished "south
moms, alwsyi hot water; gentlemen; ref
arerirea. uSK well furnished cool ronm In desirable
neighborhood, rent reasonable. 629 ri. -tth
Rr roet.
LARUIC pleasant room for on or two,
within walking dlstanr. M04 Howard
liTiiisiH In neauTiful suburban "home; nice
yar dashed, J0(! N. SillAv.lln. ):
PAKK AVB,"iO-S'iutbes.sl "room, modern
private family, l'hone llarney
flTRlCTl.Y modern room- 1'rivat family.
Walking dlstanr. Tyler 7(17.
LA HOB parlur. sullatil for two, ground
floor. 1IZ1 Oougla Ht.
N"i(.'KL5f furnUhed room, civs In; all moiT
rn. all H 22d Ht
NICBLY furnished front room, 13; board If
dsstred. Harney 4817.
roT"N. TlTH Nlcily furnished,' cool room,
suitable for four.
jNE"lurn7shed sleeping roonCill So. 17th
Ht. Tyler 1927.
ZHK dotrhl. Tel. D. s4. noon.
lloiieebreplnir Room.
ALL MODERN, beautifully furnished, two
and four-room apt.. In Hanaeom park dis
trict, on car lln; rnt very reasonahls;
everything furnished includln ' piano. Call
Harney, 47.
Slot FARNA M Two beautiful oonneotlng
front rooms, nicely furnished; very dnslr
able location. Douglas 476.
T'ARIt AVbT" fo'fi Two "room, mode'rii. on
car lln; shaded and cool, everything
furnished. Harney SIM
0J"T)AVKN'Ptllf SfT Larg beautifully'
furnished, three-room suit and sleeping
porch.
5404 DAVnFoiiT two housekeeping
room; also sleeping room, reasonable.
V AH NAM, 2J Nlc-Yronl rooms, fa
range, alectrlclty. l'rlr right.
VEHT deelrable housekeeping rooms;
at home. lam N. lth,
prlv.
$0ii BT. MAKV'rJ AVE.-
-Two modern front
houaeueeping rooms.
JT lsTif ST," 412--ilooms for light house
keeping. i
Board n il Hn m.
I.AIUJK, beautiful room. sliiiTs or ensulie,
prlvat baths, newly furnished, good
hoard. Phone Harney 404,
i7KWi,V furnfsTied rooms, strictly modern
horn; walking distance, near farnam Ht. ;
breakfast If desired. Thon llnrney J7.
BEAUTIFUL front room'sufia!,!' for two,
prlvat home, with board.HariiyS9l4
J:wi7TTiinlahrd rooms, strictly modern,
with board. 114 N. 20jh Ht.
KickLYfWnfsned front room, I J 00 Hoard
If desired. Harney 437:
Oooii I rd and room, prlvat family, l&.
2114 Locust. WebS!!.
2f,If4T. 'MARY'S aVb. Walking dlaianc,
14 to, th per week.
CUOU newly furnished rooms with board.
114 K. loth.
Kooin Wonted. .
'fjiTYSriPi.'n "wH5RKNf "uooms, call
THR HKB WANT AO IjKHT. and find out
all about to FliRNifilllSU UOuM OlilUB.
It's a plau that la helping many people
rent tneir rooms.
Inl urnlitiril Koonie.
' tfll.lyR-Tii AI'TH. rooma, furnished;
new. steam h"t, lec. Ilgnt; gas ranga;
laundry. Bee thee last. 2DU-24 Liavetl-
trort.
il.Hta unfurnished rooms, party without
children. IU per jrnnnth Hl-
i f.AROE. modern, 124 mo. Caff lUrmy
i91. lllFark Ave.
TWO" rooiiut. ihtrd'floor. Jlf No", aid Ht.
HOTELS
Savoy "iiwf bET i't h j ac khun .
omaha, ni;u.
Making special summer rales from II.il
to 17.00 per week, with hot and void
running water.
H. W'NKR, i'rop
SlOTtl. HAN KOKUT I IOT 'KI , 1 1 A Fi I. K Y.
lth Farnam. 2"nh Riid Funiain,
ri''lal rote to prmmixnt guests.
j , TnT1 1 m
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Apartim-iiU and lluuws
llluer.
a-ROOM furnished hrjiiiuwltii sTeeping
porch; vary reasonable to reponalble
party for summer, llanscom perk I'hnii
Har. U8
yiirt RENT Kurnlshed k-room modern
bungalow, 27H Hltiny Webelr I ').
FOR RENTHOUSES
U eef.
ituo.MH, all mud., fin lot, facing south.
No. II il Leavenworth; sultnbl for room
ers; by L. N Htem. U. 10.
Villi Khi.N X li-rouin nous witn tniee
Quarter basaiui ul, all iiiuli n cpl
hat, large l)t Setaier tit
IS L.1NC uITN U 1 A u. - 1 1 - i i u i i nuu,
stnni nmilern. with Imt wtt heat.
J'rl.'a ." h.nia-.as k
WaLKYniJ dlttan.. "T'udg. -r .n
nio.larn house, tJ. key ueit tinor. l'hone
twnr. Webe'er 47&
fi. h-N KDUM "lii, Wrieel.Ieu'i e "district,
IX even,irt Wainut
fll")lJMir"li ni'idTii. lUnna j'ata." Tele-
ph.ine Harnev J"4t
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stt.ty dMtifa fiet- very i.a-!Sb!e
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FOR RENT HOUSES
loatk,
fiT5FstC8 FDR RENT.
CRUIOH, HONS CO.,
101 RE IS HLIK1 . DOUO. 100.
I ROOMS, modern except heat. 122! Caatel
lar. Ill 40 I-r., part modern, Sill Pierce Ht.
U.00 -r., part modern, 1101 Cass Bt.
H6.00 7-r., all modem, 1I! R. 2 t h 8L
2S 00 -r., all modern. I07 Maaon Bt.
P. JTKHHKNH '(ti6 Omaha Natk.
Ull AND new k-room bungalow, rent 1)1; I
year leaae; option to apply rent on pur
chase price, l'hone Walnut 111.
LIST your farm land, city property rentals
with Haker Tlllotaon. for result. Hush
man Hlk. !ouglaa 11M. Omaha.
i i "Nor i hTiiC niodeTn. brick 127.(0
101 Mouth 4 1 at , modern, 7 rooms. . I1I.IV
JOHN N. FRKNZKR, UOUOLAH 114.
Mlspcllanron.
WK 1IAVK WHAT Yfill WANT
HOLHKH AN1J CDTTAIIKU
PARTLY MODKRN
r IU 11 Carter Lake Hlvd
r, 1017 Kranklln Ht
.114 0
. II 00
-r.,
tola No. 42d Ht:
MODKRN EXCEPT HKAT.
lull No. I7lh Ht. ,
3232 Ho. th Ht
HTRIl.TLY MODKRN.
Htm No. 21st Ht
2710 Ho. loth Ht
1817 No. 27ln Ht
4301 Kreklne Ht
4U Hertford Ave
4)4 No. list Ht ...
. 11.00
. II 00
, 14 00
20.00
17 to
10.00
ti to
10 00
It. 00
12.10
2130 (jewey Ave .
llilJ N. 40th tit.
It
(rholce de-
larhad houes; good resldanre seo
tlonl
r, 1104 Davenport Ht
r m Hi). 2t Ht
r., tVi No. Hat Ht
r., 1040 Georgia Ave ,
r 411 Mo. Itth Ht
ri.ATH
It 00
4 00
17. 10
41 to
10 00
Tt 00
HTRICTLY MODERN.
R, !04t Howard Bt
...."n.oo
.... 1100
. ... 21.00
r,, Ho. Itth Ht
r Hot Ho. nth tft.
CUJ UK. lo OHIO BT.
14, Apt. No. 1 '. .
I ll , lnjt Park Ave
6-K , mat Park Are. -(first floor,
chnlcs, strictly modern, heated
apartment, heat, hot and oold
water and Janitor aervlc fur
nUhed. Hpeclal Inducements If
II 00
17.10
taken at once)
40 00
t-H., clinic West Parnam apart
ment, three bedrooms, two bath,
prlvat front porch; all on on
floor tgarag 16 extra)..
71 00
WB HAVH! OTHKflS. HBH OUR TOM-
PLBTW PRINTKiJ MHT HEPORgj
RENTING.
PORTKR BHOTWELL,
orfic with
American Becurlly Co.,
101 n 1 7th Ht. Douglas 1011
FOR RENT Ap'U and Flat
West.
FfNK steam heated apartment either I
or I rooma, on West Karnam street.
JOHN W. ROHH!Nnl0lFARNAM BT.
iOtt RENT t-rooiii steam heated apart
ment, ail modern Improvements; Murphy
k bed; welklng distance down town, lit.
The Flora Apia. Apt. No. I. 26(11 jonea Ht.
,KA C'f iVLira 'room and bVlh "apt. Jd fioorT
at 2611 Harney, M0. Jl.lcony, Krsnc.b
doors, awning. Kri.eet Hweet, I). 1471.
UW lA V K N P'jWfT" up -to -1 he-inin u t T
room flat, sleeping porch, Jsaltor servlcs,
hot water heat.
CHOlCIS flat, 4 rooitis snd ball). 101 H. aVth
Ht., 122.511. H. i'. 1-endcryon, 101 Neville
Hlk. ' Tel Doug, a0U.
Nurib.
Hit N, 1ITII -Hilt k flat, modern, t-ruom,
newly decorated, III. Owner pays water.
CUOtCh. APAHTMKNT.
LOW KEN1AL.
Beautiful newly decorated 4 -room apart
ment, big rooms, cool In summer, fin
large screened porch, "Th Ivy," corner
Mherman Ave. and tberwood. Only laa.to
per mo. Be Janitor In basement apart
ment or call office, Doug. loot.
BCOTT HILL CO.
IrOL'fl room modern apt., heated, newly dec
orated, summer rate, 120. Apt. 7, Marlon.
Itia Maple. Red 1D1. '
MuDfClt.N" spartmouis, "ill and up. Near
postofflcs. O. P. atebblns, 1010 Chicago.
XJMUIB. T
6-HOOM modern apartiiisnt with heat end
Janitor servlcs. 4:0 Houth 2tth Ave, 4U.
HKNHIN MYERH ( J .
424 Omaha Nat. bank bldg. Phon D. 746,
eTvaJ-Ht'jOM slam healed apajllnent; vary
desirable. Th Chula Vuta, auttt snd
Poppleton. Conrad Young, 121 tiranaels
Theater Doug. 1171.
t-rm. mod, flat, aaiB!34. 20. II. 4711.
Mlaf-rriMiK-uu.
5i)l)icitN spt., 7 rooms, 12; near post
offbe. (I. P. Htebblns, 1610 Chicago.
WANTED TO RENT
list! urulaltrtl Houses and Flat.
w" AlQTliDtJTttiNT luimdiatly, good T
or I-room bouse with garage In Wast Kar
nam district or Dundee. Must be a Orst
cleaa place tlv full Information, Ad
dress 'I 137 He.
WajiUkl to Km tluu
ID UUNUKK.
W I f,HV WliVX Ivmii-I ISlft
MOVING AND STORAGE
H REPROOF WAREHOUSE
Heparate locked rooma. for houaehould
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
ahlpping
OMAHA VAX AND STORAGE CO..
au H 16th Kt. Louglaa 4161.
GLOBE VAN AND STORAGE
SturfH. iiiovm. packi, ahlpa; lhor van
and 2 mt-n. II ik per hour; Bior, li per
muni h iHMtlafm Hn guarantexMl. Douf
las UiJ anil TyUr W,
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storsg and mov
ing. Ill N. llih HL Thon
Dougla 394 or Wehater tiitt
Maggard
Via and Htoiase to Moving, packing,
atntag and ahipping Phon Ifeugl
!
METKOI'OLIIAN VAN &
S.OK.MjL CO
i artfful atrftftnn viun tn nr1ra tot mov
1' g, UinK or atMiMMf. t.fili t Kymuii4
tVumittira to. i 1 4 nil i-li tiuwr Mi
bona 1
t iiiKLii V SrO'itEE
I'htoie Douglas fur complete
IUI of va eitt hotiap nd atari.
Iiiema, sle.t fui slurege, moving
l'h se t J k a's
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M v i"a i
rsge
13, I KHrU M li, .t I4
FOR RENT Butineaa Pr'p'ty
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t ,rtinf utfoiM)ellm i,i
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REAL ES I ATE IMPROVED
Wosi.
rot j(. ' i M i.iii,-w lliHt fi-'llk I'niu
Bleted II HI ""in Iv 1100 cash O til
NtTrllt".
CLOHK1N BARGAIN.
A vsry NIFTY, well arranged, excep
tionally well built home on !lh Ht , near
California; hardwood finish throughout;
rooms good slae and wrII arranged, t
rooms, reccptloti hell and bath, pressed
brick foundation, cement walka. full c
mnt basement, stationary tuba, . floor
drains; paving paid 14 .610. This Is a
dandy place for someone wanting a cosy
home close In.
I), V. HIIDLEH CO.,
111. 14 City Nst'l Hank lllrtg Iotig 40.
Bungalow
Klv rooms and bath, strictly modern,
finished In osk, latest lighting fixtures,
good furnace, full basement, large attic,
lull No. lith Ht. Price 41 140. Terms.
Norrif it Norrit,
400 Hee Bldg. Phon Douglas 4270.
"C I ,t ) H K-l N H N AT
A rorner lot nar Huh school, 0i46.
Part of lot Is Improved and brinks 1 1 00 00
per month rent.
Th whole thing goes for 16,100. 00;
11,(00 rash, balance 144.00 per month. Act
quick
H A. WOLF,
14 War Hlk. Doug 1064,
PHAIHI1C PARK artutlo homes. Hesutlful
shad snd shrubbery. Paving laxox all
paid. Wlds streets and parkwaya 1-10
cash and 110 monthly. Will furnlah funds
to build to suit purchsser II. J, Mean
nll. tut War lllo.k Phon loug, !
or Colfsx IM1. ,
llO'i." VlALiTNt iarpKirMONTir
t-room strictly modern cottage with hot
water ln-at, full cement Imsciiient, extra
largs lot, st 1141 Meredith Ave. Price
li.iuo.
PAYNK INVKHTMKNT COMPANY,
Omaha Natlonal Hank Hldg Doug, J7l.
KOlfNtZKri"ace 'rewlrMMl dlali'lct" real
dene for sale K, V Knleel. Kill) N lath
r-TKi)6M Vui'igaioW" strictly modern," bice
hsd bsrialn. Webaler 4aa.
iwl T."i)illi HtT.ir"rooiis", iiviTlarn, two
tnrlea
Naih.
REW"FIECD club home
fill rooma snd bath, oak and whit namel
finish, wsxed osk floors throughout, beau
tifully decorated with Imported papers;
fireplace and built-in rablnats; choice
aula front lot t"il2; located at 1(20
Pin St. (first block south of Woolworth
Ava l flej this i '.Ob residence and make
us as offsr.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
701-1 Omaha Natl. Ilk Hldg Doug. 1474
FOR SALE
An all modern brlrfe huaa rtontnlnlng
nlna rooma, roriiT lot and m larira iriiti
only t blorlta from tha Hit it afhonl, u
fm pUca for a larga fainlty. Will all
for lesa than On on tha dollar of tha
oriflnal coat. I'roprty haloiiiTa to an c
tata and munt ba aotd.
J. li. KOIilN'SON,
441 Hee Klilg. Douglas Hf)7.
NUWflvs-rooni bungalow, J).st being flu"
lehed, modern, fin large Iota, 4aiai); near
lllvervlew purk. This will inak a fins
horns. Will sell very reasonable. Frank
Hevlck. lO'm Iimtilnlon.
Jlil Bo, it'i'li. 6-rooui moifern, new, fur
nace; 11 or be ft. lul; street paved. Horks
Musll. D. k67.
Miscellaneous.
"tvROOM BUNGALOW
ALL MODERN
Oak finish In hall living and dining
room; largs colonnade with bookcases,
pansled dining room, , built-in kltchsn
cabinet and cupboards, enameled bath
room with modern futures; luige porch,
walks in yard in perfect condition. Klec
trie fixture and window shade; fur
nished. Prlc 2,7tO; JU balams
monthly. A look at thU will couvluc you
that you had bettsr start paying your
rant money whar 11 Is spplied un YuUlt
home, Csll fur appointment. It Is no
trouble to show you.
TRAVER BROS.,
Dnuglsa Hit 70t Omaha Nat Hank Bldg
1400 CAHii, 127.10 PICK MO., will buy a
dandy new bungalow, t-r. and bath, osk
finish in two flout rouiiu, .osk floors
throughout! a numbur of special featuiea,
full cement bassmsnt furnac heat, high
grade plumbing and lighting fixtures; lot
4oi w, 1 hlk car and school. Pries,
12, tto.
RASP BROS.,
106 Mcl.sgue llldg Doug, 16D2.
DUNDEE
A vsry fins new 6-room modern stucco
house, osk finish throughout, with gas
mantle; bulll-lti buftet, colonnade atid
bookcases; extra lino plumbing, tile ves
tibule end bathroom; on high and sightly
lot; wei) built snd nicely finished, ready
tu mov right In.
KMUM C. HH1KLDH,
Telephone Walnut 3217.
' BAFl!;TYViHHT.
PUIl , Rfe.LlAUI.fi; AND KAPK
KIRB AND TORNADO 1NHUKANCB
O'NKIL'H R. . 1NH, AflENCY,
124 Brsndels Theater Bldg TyUr 1014.
BHAN'I new modern oak finished bunga
low; fine locatl. i, Hnap at 12,210; easy
terms. Call Colfax I5,
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
(North.
AF'TKR looking at M1NNB LURA ,100 dif
tirnt huyera decided that It waa the bel
proposition on the market and they
backed their ludgment by HL'YINO Iota
If TOI" will come out today you will
dndersiand why others ars buying
CHARLES VV. MARTIN & CO.,
Tyler 117
742 Omaha Nat I Hank Hldg
MINNb U SA Nice lot on Tllua Ave., near
14th Ht . can ha bought at a bargain, fhia
lot mint be sold He ma quick- C. A.
tlrimmel, mi (im Net. Hk. llldg
ejiililll.
r)R HALE i ortier loi,:ot"nand Oak Fta
'lnqulrat 114 "kHt
VACANT PROPKHTY II Alt' A INA t.l.
Building apot. high and ighily, i(ini:..n
worth I7.eu0.00. prtcd now II, 4 ') id
Would make eeat front 1'i'e Ijiiot.
that ahould sail st om a for ll" mi e
Inl Ihts Is a rush sale for cash Huy n
snd build home, have garden and liluk
ena Phone D. 1410. William t ulfaa,
K'ellne llldg
IiAlolAlNn in leal ratal ana nurxt,
tv.ifaa tJ. after II a. v
REAL ESTATli Exchanges
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REAL ESTATE Investments
A BIG LITTLE BARGAIN,
Military Ave, Clifton Hill, to settle
state, n-rpom house, bustni-sa lot: pres
ent home ' or Inwstment; good future;
reduced to (1,160.
GEORGE G. WALLACE,
614 Kerline HM.
WANTKD 400 live, wtite-awske pennl to
buy business snd residence lots In ths
new and thriving town of Nederland,
Colorado. 4t miles from Denver. Pres
sut populallna la 4,000 and by July 11
there will be le.Ouo ienile. Nederland
Townslt company, Nederland, Colorado.
(ii)olT I'AVINii- INVKHTMKNT.
Urlck Improvements, rented to pay 10
per oent. Price, m, 000. Terms can be
made.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
U CIty Nat l Ilk Itldg D. 3hl
HKAL KHTATK 1 the eafest "investment and
the value la doubling faat In th new
town of Nederland, Colorado Huy while
th value ar low. W will glv you
any Itiformallon you wlah. Nederland
Townelt company, Nederland, t'ulorado.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
llunilrr.
HTAftT YOUR IIOMK IN ItKNMONI
1UIY THIH LoTI
110 00 down and 110.00 per mouth; prle
121,0 00; alia, tOallS; looaled on Locust
Ht., between Clark and llurnham, not
far from sihonl and car llns tteo. H.
Wright, Ilea office, ('malls
Dundee bungalow. Douglas lltfl.
I Mi ml re lot, Douglas llillt.
2S acres nesr Dondre. Dooglaa llttl.
Ilnilflrei,
DUNDEI2
THE ONE BEST BUY
$5,250
nig living room, dining room and kltoh
n on flrat floor; 4 unusually good slsd
bedroom and bath upatalr; attractive
arrangement; beautiful oak woodwork;
on of lb beat lixailoti In lb village;
full so ii I h front lut, tU6; on block to
car lln. Her la a practically nw, op
to data modern house, which coat t,0o0
to build on a lot worth 11,100, to be
had for th cost of th house alons. Must
be sold; w want an offer; III a wonder
ful chance; now rented at III) per month.
Poeaesslon If destrad.
AUMSTKONG-WALSII CO.,
1 1 ! r li..
iit Hose llldg.
A LA ltd K corner building site In Dundee
dlefrt-i; sll street Improvaments, Including
40 feet slrsst fronlags of paving, so
loumtliig properly rcstrlotsd to lata
hnmee built of brick and alone. Th pret
tiest and most deetrsbl location In the
west part of Omaha, Jrull particulars, ad
dles C 10, car Dee.
I'lurr nc.
Make Kloriu your horn. C. L. Neiliaway
will show you th rlly. Tsl, Plorenc lit
M lai-rlln iitiiia.
iil'.rtT seven-room house in Dundee. None
belter locsled. Pries, a,tuu. Terme, ll.vuu
isah AiHrcaa C J.K, lie.
FINANCIAL
Html kalalr I.ohus, Morlaiigr.
We arc ready at all timei lo
make loan on ftrst-c Li ss city
properly and eastern Nebras
ka lurnn. Rate on reuucnt.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
IU Souib 17lh St.
sio.MtY To Loan on
Apartment hotieee, double hrlck houses,
slngl bouses, bueltisss property and farm
lands at t per crul, t per cent A I pr cl.
W. 11. 'I ll O Al AH,
i;i Kealln llldg. Dougla H.4J.
i PKli CIUNT to per colli" oil beat rlaaa city
teaidences In amount ll.Otio up; also
farm loans HeasoosUle commissions.
1-K'IKMMJlHlJMT CO., lull Painam Ht.
OlAlfA liouies, Kast Nsbraaka furma. ""
UKfcU'lv ItUAL LH'lAIki Cu.,
I ill 4 trmsha Nail. Phone Dougla 1711.
MuNrJy tu loan un Improved farms and
laucliea V e also buy good farm mort
gegvs Kloke Iriv. t.'o., omsha,
jifcAL "lH I ATK" Iosms," six-per " ittl'i'C He
U K. IICCK CD,
a 1 2 Dinahs Nat. Itank
.. .. llKijkf
W, V OHAIIAU,
ItKK ULDtl.
XlONEY TO LOAN," for I ysars.
on Improved properties
HH'il'KN CD., Duug. 4221;
WONItY on hsnd for city and
farm loans. II. W. Hinder, City
National Malik llldg '
CII Y and farm loans, hT'i. t per " cent.
J. II. Dumont d Co., 411 Keeline Itldg
LOANS- hit "Per" Cent LOANS,
TIIUH I.. MctlAltltV,
Keeline llldg. Hed 4144
.', AK IN K Y IIAItKleiiJN Ml il'. I ON
' OiMHhn Net Mnnk
H'tlg.
( Too " to ( 1 ii, b "u Dis-io" prom"ptly."'7
D, Wead.
Wend llldg, IHth and Parnam Hi
Hlorla nnil llfiiula.
lliLIU money is a nietiece. Make it work
for you. DUMB Itl lLDKHH gilaranleea
7 per cent; has always psld mote. Cssh
dividends paid January I and July I
Kharee now II 14, probably advance July
I, hnfe, profitable Investment. Aak
about It
HOME HUILDERS. Inr..
lVlll Mtnl Di'llKla Me I'hojie Doug
lijitin "M'lRTOA'IK. bearing 7 per cent "semi",
snnual, aei un-d by ptoiicrtv valued lii.fi'n),
Talitiage-Looinie in io, tv. u W. llldg
atiairai-i- ttf Tttlw,
( lin r!l n t Ol Ahelract Co. We ran bring
VJ Ucll all let iliiwn )iir alaitral on
short notice. II 7. I'attnraon llldg li. 2447
k'fil'V Title, iiuaranlee and Abetieci
Co, a modern ahstrs
lot H llih Ht Tel ) 1417.
otflc
ItP.KD AllMTHAcf CO.. oldest "aliliact of
fice In N'hraaka 20a Hrandela Theater
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
i iiloriti.it LnihI.
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fnf tfnittu Mo i-3 ft, t itimliH Ainu fut
l nil ( lirt .M ml at.
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wtil H i f-t -!, X mil. friiix t.'viii,
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taia.f IM tM't
A UK VLT OOINU TO BUY t-ANUf
If ao, Mat a copy of our Journal flrat.
It haa U in In, dry imvrty and atorka
of irouda i1vrrtln(1 frnn fifarly avury
atata. Ho that you an find Juat what
you wtih In Ua rnlumna. iCatabllahd
It yoara. raohlnf 7 H, 00 rvadora. Mnd
Ifo fur one yaar'a aubacrlpttun, or IL fur
flva yaHin,
FA JtM AND nKAf, KHTATK JOVnNAU
i T HAK H, 1 W A ,
SK.Nl) YiUH NA.MK TUl-AY. llN-aiva of
frra fmm Un1 ownrra, Mma, tvir.v hara,
UN1TKU HEAt.TlKS AH;HKUT1.;M,
Jntt Ht
rAHMH , t rag i and Y(iy 'iiro'pviy 1'tr aata
and richania, C. H. i'mnt-a, R(i Jirandn-a
Th-tnr lllijf l'nu Ittl
Horftetv Live Stock Vchiclet
For "air
h uVs I row, mllrTT qtitsria Watnii linT
HAY, W.fro a ton. X" v VVamiW. aVi 714
POULTRY AWDLPET STOCK
Bii.Ko tine rooo.
Mads of iurs grain. Heel In the mar
ket. If your dealer doe not handle It
go tn A. W. WAONKIt, 101 N. Itth Ht
imuglas 1141.
I'ltiKDNli l,ilr better then ohlctsnsi
a I wave penned up; Utile apec needed lo
alert; free bonk explains all. Majestic
H,iiah Co, l)eit. II, Adel, la
TV H T "received a I 'I f A "XI lT.ITiX'R
s h I n m
ntof
ins nine color rnangtng r
ler lllrd IV. KIT Kern. en HI
Mai Oela-
TANtV HKLOIAN HAHI'H, New Zealand
and lOngliah rabblia Write for irlces.
,1, V. Heaman, 1620 Itth, Pes Moines, la
aWrMnlngg 11 It par Uo lu. 101 N. Itth hi.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
COME up thin werk if you want a
Rtxxl UM'ri tar at Iras Ihnn half the
iniKiiiiil mat.
I Htudcbsker 4-eyl
1 Htildobaker " "
1 mil t'aUlllan
1 trverlands.
I 1014 Kotd
l lietrolter "4,"
1 Kit Maxwell
3 1014 Maxwells
1 f'hevolet roadster
I 101 Kurd
1 International ear
I KID Maxwell No, 14114
I Chalmers roadaier
1 Hull k roadater.
I Maxwell truck
; Hub k trucks
c.
W. FRANCIS" AUTO
COMPANY,
tilt rarnsm Ht
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
D, llio, 1101 Far nam.
Hulck roadster, M il
Chevrolet touring; elect, equipment.
Maxwell louring. 1H
llupmoltlle touring, lilt.
" " AtlTOMolill.K INHUHANttleT
Hpeclal rate for liability Insurance on
Kurd cars, Including properly damage, 124.
lire and theft at low eat rale.
KILLr, KLLIH V TIIOMPHON,
111 14 Cliy Nat. Hank llldg Doug. III!
"'hi A UTuMOili r,K"W0NIKH'
slake a ton truok out of your Ford
car. Everybody I buying this "Knrm-a-Truek,"
It solvss your delivery problem
and sell like wild fire. Agents wan led.
l-'nr (farili ulers are or write JoIINMON
DANI'OHTH OO 1124 N. llth,
WIO will trad yuu a new surd fur your old
on.
INDI'HTIIIAL OAltAflM CO.,
0th and Harney. Ioug llll,
" A I.TOH" KOli " H A LK," "
We will I us ti you money lo buy a ford,
Dodge, 1'alge or f'halmeia
A Milt JTT Ult'JH, AUTO t'J,. 1 Patterson lllk.
L'HICU CAIt "HA110AIN8 Ai
MUltrHV-O'UlllKN AUTO CO,
1 114-11-11 tiarnam Ht.
1 i t W AetV" KLir'Tiitirlui "carrflns condUlon,
1 eslra Urns, ttDO. Iiouglaa t7
TuIiHDN No "il", good condition, lit i.
J!,ih Ht, l'hone Long lull.
Aula 'lire and auuiilles,
IjoN'T throw away old tires. Ws make on
new tire from 1 old one and save you tl)
per cent. I In i Vulcanising Co., 1114 luv
snporl Ht., litnsh. Neb I'ougla 1114.
AUTO TIMES
KKIIl'ILT, 1100 TO I 04
IjUO Tilth, CO., 1411 CIIICAOO BT.
Aalu ttepulrliia nuri I'alutlusj.
NLll! Auto Hadlator ftepalr rlervb and
prices right. Ill H. 10th Ht. ), 7110.
lino rewsnl lor megueio ws c.an t rspalr,
t 'nil repalrrd Itaradorfer, I"N. lth.
jtil'l ML'ltl'll Y Aum repairing", "'lIl"lJ"l'E
Ht. Tyler tm; nlghl Red D7I4.
Kllrt-trlo A a , tile.
Waiter" Antii-rot., exp'F rip i eieotrio
battrla, oloraga. larnaiii, U. ill'.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
ilA H Ltr- j 'A V t I)HONit uTRCTC1.K8. Har
galn In uad machluea. Victor Kooa, "Tb
Moiorcyci Man." 1104 Leavenworth.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
I rtiiua Hhuiftr, a I, ti Llixl
hciitl, imr il) wfal rornur Knrt -thin!
ari'l ('hl a- n--i i'int.a $ 1
Frank If. Mnxlitiin ait'l wtftt tn J
V Hhotiit f iMiiHnyJ Thin y - four t h
atrai-'i, ti4 tt norm of Kranklln
airaat, 81! 1 JO . , , . . 2 JM
J fi. toon nnd wifn it. Umor K
Rtr-harddon. n at. rnrhwfi trnr
'I w anty -rig h h hi t1 Btondo, f I (ft t.OOO
Pi rah I' It-Hon i I ul, in VV U I 1m id J
l((ran. n.mt hnnt rornfr Thirty
fifth and iilil Ntr-cft i'UilS. , 1
Murkpr rompany to KilMbnih H S-
r, 1irksr avAnitn, Jib fi et of
Tort v i lilrd a nn nt, suuili Mt-1,
If.nliih . I
l'tiri'T M. fiaborna mut wlfa i Wtl
limn A Tuuiitf. t .(. Hhnrmai, iv
ii u- , ut a f-m utiutt (if liKiust
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Thc Secret .t
IJy E. Alexander Powell
Author el "Tha tod of th Tr.U," "Fighting
la Franca, ate.
THIRD INSTALLMENT.
NVNOI'NIS.
Lieutenant Jarvis ilo,e is detailed ly the
L'nlled Htatea Nnval board lo Inveallgati
and report hla fludlnge on the ttiveiilliin of
I'r Km In h Illlike, win, h aarvea lo hrlng the
auhmarlne li, a atnte of erf ecllon. The
lieutenant arrivee in Yalriavle and la uel
conied l,y the inventor and Ilia daughter,
t'leo tin the trial trip of the Inventor'a boat,
a Japaneae helper le eurprleed In the act
nf ekamliilng the tuechanlam of the vnll
mating device. Ilopa reporta favnrahly on
the new device, hut there ar others in
terested In It An attempt to burglarise Dr.
llul k e lahoralnry falla, hot later Cleo
finds him murdered In hi hedroom.
The nturtlrr of Kalph Burke pro
vitlotl the ptihlif with a ten l,iy' mys
tery, NfwKpaper rrailrrii, satiaird
with thr luiroiiean cnnflirt and thc
crisis hi Mexico, eagerly (levuuied it
drlailii. The Kfeat tie wsimprr nf the
country hurried thr Ir cleverest corre
tjonilen( to Valdavia. At Hope's
eiiKRCntum the Navy department,
which wan vitally interested in recovering-
the hist formula, detailed a
secret dervice operative on the case.
On the theory that llurltc had been
murdered by Sulnunm out of revenge,
a fresh Nrarch fur the Japanese, was
started, only to be abandoned when
it was reported, with much circum
stantial detail, that a man tallying
with his description had shipped, two
days before the murder, on a vessel
hound for S011M1 America. Hut, thounh
this apparently eliminated Salsuma, it
only served to deepen the mystery.
As the days passed and no solution
was forthcoming, newspaper readers
began to turn their attention to other
events.
Olxa Ivanoff, who had hurried to
Valdavia in order to be on the scene
of action, prepaid to return to her
luxurious apartment in San Francisco,
though Sextua was to remain behind
in order to keep in touch with any
potential developments. Hope and
Morton still remained, the former be
cause he had received instructions
from Washington to may in Valdavia
as long as there was a possibility of
recovering the lost formula; the latter
because of similar instructions from
his uncle, Calvin Nf otitgoinury, who
wrote that if the formula could be
found be could sell if on his own
terms to one of the European bellig
erents. It was not the illusory hope of
recovering the formula, however, that
kept Hope and Morton in Valdavia;
the real miignet was t'h'o.
Her father's tragic death weighed
heavily upon Cleo, and it was often
far into night before she fell asleep
upon her tear-soaked pillow, but her
tlays were seldom lonely, for Jarvis
J lope and Gerald Morton weie con
stant callers. Hut, though she frankly
welcomed the visits of the sunve
niauncred young New Yorker, and
. .'. , .w ,r,-.- aae r aa. -mfc.,iaiaiaM
Teachers' Training
School to Be Closed
After This Week
Next week the teachers' training
school, which has been maintained for
years by the Board of Education, will
be closed. Twelve months ago the
board ordered discontinuance of this
school at the end of this school year.
No new entrant were received last
September, and the class which had a
year yet to go was allowed to com
plete the course.
Clara F. Cooper, the supervisor, will
he assigned to a principalship next
September.
The following young women will
be graduated from the training school
next week:
Klorence Anderson, Mildred Turk,
Mary Hrown, Mergaret W'eyermen.
Florence Kmmelt, Mildred Whlted,
Key llnrrow, Muhel Van lliunl,
Itillh lloltiulet, Ines I 'hm lierg.
Orece Unwell, Kllxallnth t'ogan,
Klsta Magnilaaen. Merlorle Knot,
Madeline Mets, Kinnin .lonea.
Velleta I'reeeon, KI1r.al.eth Itnhlnann,
Louis Msalie, t harloii Tompkins.
Oerlrude Mmlth, dwenilolyn Wolfe
FIRE DEPARTMENT AUTO
EXPERT RETURNS FROM EAST
S. K. Faulkner, master mechanic of
the fire department, returned yester
day from Elinira, N V., where he
spent four weeks at the factory of the
American La France I nr Engine
company as official representative of
the city. He inspected the parts of
eleven motor combination hoie and
rhemical trucks purchased by the city.
I luring his visit to the f.utory he as
sembled a truck which ws ahipped
in Muscatine, I.e. The first shipment
of the Omaha apparatus is expected
hrre within a few days
COMMISSION E R P A RKS" SAYS
"JUST CALL ME GEORGE"
'Jinl call imt I, ror ye and cut out
the mister" i tSr w i ii of Cify Com
inisn'mier (.forge I'mls, nim will
take i i i , sr,tt it) tht t tl v tMiituil this
lliortlltlat
j be it ol'ti tsl will he ,1'Mned In
thr st ret leaning rnailitniAtirt:
depar ittiei!, wliiili (ii. -I'm, i mi( ticld i
hv the late !..hn t' lff ! i
M ' I'mk tal ! r,f n i ' by i
hli'tsi I-O't'l ai'-l lakinai H e itf.rt-
jrv mill of . !' r 1
ROBERTS BOUND OVER !
ON A SH00TINQ CHARGE !
! i4' ' ttc'.ftts . ha'id Skltli l.Vml !
irg 11 I nil S'-ett ''' V'tith Seyrn ,
leet1! t'rert . In in. ,1111: 4 t a '
f t pe 1 i"ldu;i wtt I-iiiiii.I nvei mi
the m I 1 mil I l-. tr - at '.'., t j
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Submarine
la Flanders." Til Road to Glory," Vi.
Copyright, IBIS, by E. Alexander Powell.
listened with wrapt attention to hi
gossip of Fifth avenue and liroadway
she never gave him her entire con
fidence. Though she never admitted
it, even to herself, she did not entire
ly trust him. There was no question
in Hope's mind as to his feelings for
Cleo, lie was whole-heartedly, des
perately, madly in love with her, but,
though he felt intuitively that Cleo
reciprocated, his innate delicacy led
him to refrain from telling her of his
love at this time.
In his will Hurke had left every
thing that he possessed to Cleo. Yet
"everything" consisted of barely a
thousand dollars in the bank, the
furniture of the house, his extensive
scientifice library and the vanished
secret of the submarine. Cleo was un
der no illusions regarding the slate
of her finances.
"I must go to work, Jarvis," she
told Hope, with whom she discussed
her financial difficulties and her fu
ture as she would with an old family
friends. "I must find something to do,
for at this rate what little money f
have will soon be gone. Perhaps I
cun get a position as a secretary, or
in a library, f used to write all dad
dy's letters and keep his accounts."
Her voire trembled, as it always did
at mention of her father, for her grief
was still very great.
"Why don't you dispose of your
father's library. Cleo?" he asked one
evening when they were sifting on
the vine-covered verandah discussing
her affairs. "You ought to realize a
considerable sum from it enough,
certainly, ao that you will not need
lo worry about money matters for
some titne to come, )-m going over
to San Francisco tomorrow, and, if
you care to have me, I will make
some inquiries as to the best way to
dispose of it."
The next evening he called again.
"When I was in town today," he said,
"I looked up a friend who is interest
ed in books, and he put me in touch
with a man named Dawson, the pro
prietor of the Dawson Auction rooms.
I went to see Dawson, who seems to
be a very decent fellow, and explain
ed that yau wished to dispose ot your
father's library, lie tells me that he
is holding an important sale next
week and that, if you wish the books
to go into it, they must be ahipped
to him at once."
"It breaks ,mv heart to part with
daddy's library, said Cleo, "but, of
course, it's the wisest thing to do. 1
don't need the books and 1 do need
the money. Oh, Jarvis, I don't know
how 1 would have got through these
terrible tlays if 1 had not had you to
lean on ami advise with."
(To He Continued Tomorrow.)
SHEBUOTH SERVICES
IN LOCAL SYNAGOGUES
Shebuoth services will be held at
Temple Israel this evening at 8
o'clock and Wednesday morning at
9:30 o'clock, when the following chil
dren will be confirmed:
Gertrude Cattleman, David Frei
den, Council Bluffs; Hessie Fried
man, Keva Gilin.sk , Council Bluffs;
ioe Harding, Nathan Harris, Edwin
latskee. South Side; Emilia Kirsch
braun, Bernice Kulakofsky, Minnie
Levy, Evelyn Marks, Council Bluffs;
Sadie Newman, Arthur I'regler, Han
nah Somnier, Sam Stern, Council
Bluffs; Gertrude Weintraub, William
Wessly.
The confirmation class has elected
the following officers: President, Joe
Harding; vice president, Evelyn
Marks; secretary, Bernice Kulakof
sky; treasurer, Hortense Kosenstock.
Services in orthodox synagoguei
will also be held Wednesday evening
and Thursday morning.
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