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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. JUNE 13, 1916.
FOR RENT ROOMS
FOR RENT Ap'U and FlaU
THE SH ELTON.
Cool, tletn, newly furnished rooms or
house keeping rooms; ear lino In front of
place j eates reasonable. 101 B. th St
Nicely furnished room for ono or two
(eiulemen, one-half block from car lint,
3413 C St Call South 2999,
HOTEL SAN FORD. HOTEL IlARLB.
llth A Farnam. 80th and Farnam.
Special ratoa to permanent cue tt.
' ' FURNISHED ROOMS , .
ma MEN ONLY.
o NORTH 17th ST.
tU 6EWET Ave. Largo south front room,
newly furnished; private homo: electricity,
plenty hot water.
FINE steam-heated apartment, either 4
or & roorra. on Wmi Farnam at root
JOHN W. HOB BINS. 1808 FARNAM ST.
SlODERN room in prtvata family, suitable
, for one or two gentlemen; hoard If desired.
CHOICE! flat 4 rooma and bath. 60S S. loth
ut., az.o. r, . i,anderyon, m Kevins
Bllt. Tel Doug. 3800.
STTR ACTIVE front room, prtvata family;
alt convenience; walking distance. Rod
DESIRABLE Apartments, Special lummer
rates. First Trust Co. D. 1161. 308 So. ISth.
"em PIERCE Two large cool rooms la
' modern homo, two blocks from car; rea-
SEVEN-ROOM fiat, best realdenoo dlstrlot
lbs paveoport walnut Ibfeg.
wo dandy connecting rooms for i young
men, running water in room. 2210 Far-
ST. CLAIR, 24th end Harney, S-room apart
ment. Call Harney 87. ;
JtflCELY furnished room, suitable for ona
or two gentlemen: reasonable. Web. 400.
LARGE pleasant room for one or two,
within walking distance. 2304 Howard St
JtoOM for respectable man or woman em-
ployed; home comforts. 161T Cumin.
' MODERN well furnished cool room, right
down town, no others roomers. P. 008S .
liAROB parlor room; well furnished; suit-
able for two. 600 S. 20th.
1401 HARNEY Front room, desirable loca
tion, walking distance. Douglas 8858.
KtCULY furnished clean rooms, olose in, ail
modern. 163 So. 17th St.
1024 8T. MART'S AVE. J rooms, no other
roomers. Douglas 6087.
KlCELY furnished room, close la; all mod-
KV1 B 9A ft
TWO and three room furnished and un
furnished modern apartments. Ten per
mo. and upwards. Adults. 4761 N. 24th
MODERN apt, 7 rooms, 2&; near post-
office. Q. P. stebblns, isio cnicago.
TWO rooma near car for gentlemen; near
Iff CELT furnished front room, IS; hoarlTf 'I
desirsn. Harney ssai.
ONfl nice clean room, everything furnished,
$8. 2042 Dodge. .
TOUR furnished rooms for housekeeping. 801
FIVE-ROOM steam heated apartment; very
desirable. The Ghuia vista, sutn ana
Poppleton. Conrad Young, tit Branaels
Theater. Doug. 1571.
tiii "bO DOE ST. One large room and
kitchen on second floor; gas furnished;
eleo one large room with board if pre
ferred. Phone uougiaa ew.
B 'mvtr ttpnihA houiekBeDtna' rooms with
fuel and gas, for small service; mechanic
ni wlfa nrefarred. Douglas 7188. 2422
B. 24th St.
VKRY desirable 4-room apt. In the Llnwood,
near 2611 Harney, za floor, east iront
Very choice. See this. D. 1472.
in ca-pttat. ave One suite, newly furn
ished, gas Included. Also large single
2022 ST. MARY'S Ave, Newly papered.
modern housekeeping rooms. 82.50 and up.
PARLOR fkr, I or 4, every? convenience;
shady porch, first Class, id.uw. em o.
MODERN apartments, 818 and up. Near
postoilice. yu. r.. stebmna, mo cnicago.
WANTED TO RENT
, FURNISHkD sleeping room, also light
housekenping room. 011 Wabster.
Board and Rooms.
Wanted Club of 16 boys to board and
wnnM Aoaiient board, home cooking, fur
nishings new: IS per week. Tel. Harney
1237. 818 South 20th St
NICELY furnished room, strictly modern
home: for lady, references desired, walk
ing diatance. 2606 Jones. D. 480.
NtCE front room, strictly Vmodern, private
family; breakfast and evening dinner. 682
8. 38th Bt. Harney iav.
JB21 HARNEY Newly furnished rooms and
home cooking in rennea name, roum
BEAUTIFUL front room suitable for two.
private home, wun ooara. nruy
tenoM and board, private family; block
to Farnam. Harney 4MB.
ill N. 26TH Nicely furnished rooms ana
board. Call Doug. ems.
BIS N. 20th Two moaera rooms wiin ooara.
. Ism r'arnam fit. 2 basement rooms, unfur-
tils had, for housekeeping. Douglas 0610.
THREE large rooms
$18. 8011 Webster.
with water closet
MODERN front rooms, ground
reasonable. 241T Capitol Ave,
tOU PEOPLE WHO RENT ROOMS, CALL
THE BElfl WANT AD DEPT. and Had oul
all about the FURNISHED ROOM GUIDE.
It's a plan that Is helping many people
' rnt their room.
two young ladles desire board and room
... in rennea-ewin xamuy. v,
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Apartments and Houses.
Houses. ' . -' '
VURN ISHED oottage, with plno: modern
except heat. S611 N. Slat Bt. Phona Ben-
FURNISHKD houaa, facing eaat on Turner
park; from present time to Oct 16th, Bant
1 reasonable, lei, . .....
. SAVOY HOTEL. ISTH JACKSON.
Making epeclal lummn 1 from .ll
u 17.00 per wo.lt, with hot and oold
running water. ' t
H. WSINBB. Prop. ''
FOR RENT HOUSES
I ROOMS, ,11 mod., tin. lot, faolns outh.
No. 1111 Lwv.nworthj lultau. lor room-
r.. L. N. atarn. u. 111!
!ol LINCOLN BLVD. ll-room no"..,
NEW 6-room cottage In th. Mar of 17f
vm AttT.Y r.w modern 7room houso; garage
..rden. anlendld oast view, Iowa hllla.
aeis I nth Ave. Tal Wab. el8.
.... nRiMT flT.7-r. com., modern. 121.
T. F. Hall, n Ramga Bldg. Doag. 140(.
uodrrn. 6-room, near car,- 161S North
Anth. Walnut 1614.
ROOM modern Itoua., 1607 Lothrop, 620.00,
HOUSE3 FOR RENT.
606 BBS BLDG., DODO. W.
. tpiRRT flnor of brick houaa for rent, reaa-
oilable. 6 rooma and bath. 1630 Woolworth
Ave. Tylar 1601,
6 ROOMS, modern except heat. 2326
. t.lu. Phone Red 6060.
i-ROOM houaa to colored, 16.00 22 Pacific.
WE HAVE WHAT TOU WANT. ,
HOUSES AND COTTAOES. , .
7.R. 6016 No. 2d St ....I1I.W
i STRICTLY MODERN.
6-R. 2716 So, 10th St .131.10
6- R. 6187 No. 37th Bt 27.10
7- R. 4601 Erekine St.. 23.10
1-R, 1111 No. 40th Bt, (choice
detached houaa, good realdenoo
; dtatrlct) 11.66
a.R. llfi So. llth St.. teloaa In.
garage In the rear) 40.00
' STRICTLY MODERN, -
- i.R. 1041 Howard Bt ....121.10
I.R. 168 So. S8th St., (cloaa In).... 36.00
t-R. 1181 So. 10th St., (brand now), 87.60
' W HAVE OTHERS. SEE OUR COM'
' PLBTB PRINTED LIST BEFORE RENT'
PORTER A SHOTWELL, '
, ' Am.rlcan Soourlty Co.,
101 Bo. Hth St. Pong. 1111.
1311117 Davenport. 1 rooma. modern.
811011 St. Marr'a Ave., 1 rooma, mod.
801811 Burt 4 rooma, mod. apt.
. 130 161 B. 18th, 1 largo .rooma, modem.
11446 S. itth, noma.
no 106 S. llth. 4 rooma. water paid.
' 1161111 8. 16th -room flat for colored,
; , water paid.
' t Rlngwalt, Brandela Theater Bldg.
ONE MONTH'S FREE RENT.
, 111 N. lid, 1 rma., St. L. flat, mod., 181.11.
' 714 N. I8d, I rma., St. L. flat, mod., 87.10.
Ill N. itth, s nr., i rma., mod. n ul,
811. Key at atora, isio unming Bt.
lilt N. aid, t rma., mod. ex. ht, 116. .
A, P. TUKEY SON.
., Phona P. 101. 1607 W. O. W. Bldg.
POULTRY AND GARDEN Aero and email
houaa. chicken, pigeon houaa; alao room
for colored, downtown ; oltv water, a lea-
trio light. Tel. D. 3107.
. BRAND now t-room bungalow, rant 111; .
ynar leaaei option to apply rant on par.
cnaoe once, rwooe .vamut ana.
8123 Burt I rooma, modern, brick. .130.00
206 South 41at.. modern. 7 rooma.. 88-00
JOHN . rilUNr.UH. WUULAI 114,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
, BEAUTIFUL !
118T AND JONES STS.
Ia now completed and only a vary few
apartmenta left. Thla court, which haa
been treated aa an-Italian garaen, naa
fountain and pool: alao beautifully land-
ecaped by akllled handa. The whole place
juat radiate, lu newneaa. All apart
menta have four bright, airy rooma, tile
bath, front balcony and back porch. Don't
he too late. Rent 832.60.
PAYNE SLATER CO.,
'OMAHA RENTAL MEN"
16 Omaha Nat'l Bldg.
PRAIRIE PARK Moat artistic dl.trlct In
oily. no en.ae, aii.re, ciiiv.rii.,
tin cana or doad cata. Haa eteam haatfrd
preea brick community garat. and club
houeft. Houaea and lota 84,600 to 16,600
with paving paid In full. One-tenth cneh.
balance 1 per cent monthly or will build
to ault purchaser. B. J Soannell, Doug.
268 or Colfax 1611.
ROOM, alt modern apartment, 2006 Dodge.
Tel. Harney 8886, or Harney 6660.
Beautiful newly decorated 4-room apart
ment, big rooma, cool In aummer, fine
large screened porch. "The Ivy," oorner
Sharman Ave. and Sherwood. Only 332.60
per mo. 8ee janitor In baaemant apart
ment or call office, Doug, 1001.
SCOTT HILL CO.
-room ateam-heated flat, lat floor, cor., new
deoorated locker, laundry in oaaement.
Summer, 113.60. 1111 Maple. Red 1181.
MR. COLORED MAN,
100 DOWN 830 A MONTH.
Eight-room, atrletly modern home near
86th and Biondo; oak finish, full cement
baaement, furnace heat. nlc. lot, garage
In oaaement. Price, 83.600.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
6th Floor, Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1761.
I-ROOM modern apartment, with heat and
l.nltor aervloa: walking aiatanee: u oo.
36th Avenu 340.00
BENSON A MYERS CO..
484 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
rm. mod, flat, 2306 8. 84. 3to. H. 4711.
and 4-room brick flata, cloae In, mod. ex.
heat, 313. Toland & Trumbull. D. 6707.
Unfurnished Houses and Flats.
WANTED TO RENT Immediately, good 7
or 8-room houee with garage In Weet Far
nam district or Dundee. Muat be a flrat-
class place. Give full information. Ad'
dreaa O 187,Bee.
Wanted to Rent House,
W. L. SELBY SONS. Douglaa 1610.
MOVING ANp STORAGE
Separata locked rooma, for houaehold
gooda and planoa; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
03 S. 16th St Douglaa 4111.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
ing, ais N. llth St. Phone
Douglas 814 or Webster M99,
GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Stores, moves, packs, ships; 8 -horse van
and I men, I1.8S per hour; storage, $3 per
month. Satisfaction guaranteed, pougljis
1SIB and Tyler W0,
, METROPOLITAN VAN k
Careful attention given to orders for mov
lng, packing or storage, off Ice, at Bymond
Furniture Co., 161 and 151&. Howard St
Phone D .
Van and Storage Co. Moving,' packing,
storage and shipping. Phone Douglas H9$.
FIDELITY sSK, r'REE
Phone Douglas 981 (or complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments; also (or storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Bts.
Expreaa Co., Moving,
packing and atorage.
1307 Farnam . St. Douglaa 6146,
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
Very fine stote room, located at 34th and
Leavenworth Ste. Reasonable rent. For
(urther Information call
CJWLKINS & CO..
Douglas 1313. ' City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Modern store room and basement, 833
8. 16th St; fine location for groceries
813 Brandels Theater. Doug, 1671,
STORE ROOMS at 1809-1811 Farnam St
Thos. F. Hall, 433 Bamge mag, u, Ties.
SMALL store, near poetoff.ee, $26,
Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
STORES building, living rooms la rear. tdt&
N. a oth. oougias issB.
Offices and Desk Room.
116 Nice large office. Ware Blk.
lift Double orno m ware ism.
100 Very large space on 3d floor of
ware ia. wim wrs vauiu
H. A. WOLF,
614 Ware Blk.
WBAD BLDO., 18th and Farnam 8ts., de
sirable suites oi rooms iacing court nouse
lawn. jQxeeneni iigni ana coot.
- Beldrlse Bldg.. 80th and Farnam Sts.
several fine rooma facing Farnam St See
F. D. Wead, Agent uoug. ifi.
: Fine Suite
Doctor and Dentist
Let us show you.
The Bee Building,
Office Room 101.
DESIRABLE! office rooms In the remodelled
Crounse bioca, us into bc (.opposue
postofflce), 10 to 916 per month. Conrad
Young, SIS grange in insiwr, yuu, inn,
i iRan Mirht biMmint At 16th "and Tttowi
ara, low rente tt riauu m imwii, a. t,9M,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
BRICK AND STUCCO
HOUSE IN ,
WEST FARNAM DIST.
Where can you buy "a good home built
of permanent material located on a so
ft, lot on a naved street In the West Far
nam district convenient to t car lines.
consisting of I rooms and t complete
bathrooms, maid's quarters, sleeping
porch, etc., at a prloe much lest than the
house atone would cost? This is not an
old place, but is something good; priced
way below cost to sell, and should be
Investigated by anyone desiring a good
7 home la the West Farnam or cathedral
district Easy terms, immeaiats posses
sion. See us about this. vmun,. 37,000.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Fhona D. T66. 108 city Nat. nanx Biag.
CASS STREET HOME
New buna-alow of r. and hath, strictly
' modern, beam celling, bookcases, plate
rail and panel watts, built-in cupboards,
; oak finish, high grade lighting fixtures,
full oement basement, furnace heat; fine
east (rant lot Pries out to 13,860. $580
easbi rest montniy,
,106 MoCague Bldg. Doug. 1883.;
FOUR-ROOM Dun ga low" "just being com
pleted. H.3B0. Only 1B0 cash. D-8 380,
fl-ROOM strictly modern, oak finish, MA
and Cass. This can be bought right,
Ware Bldg. Phone Red 8446.
OWNER will jell! and 7-rooro. new, mod
. era house at a Bargain, wainut nzai,
"CLOSE-IN SNAP." -
A corn.r lot near High .chool, 80x66.
Part ot lot la Improved and brings 1100
par month r.nt.
Th. whole thing tow (or 36,600: 18,600
cash, balance 144 par month. Aot qutuk.
H. A WOLF.
114 War. Blk.. , ttUI, 8066.
6 ROOMS MODERN,
100 CASH 2i PEH MONTH.
4307 Ohio St., atrlotly modarn except
furnaca. Houaa built about three yeare;
newly painted and papered. Price. 18,400;
3100 oaeh, 181 a month. Phone Tyler 60
and ask tor Mr. 'I.owr.y. Office open
evenlnvs ? till 6 p. m.
HASTINGS HETDEN, 1614 Harney St.
five rooma and bath, atrletly modorn,
nnlah.d In oak. lateat lighting fixtures,
good furnace, full baaement, large attlo.
1111 No. 36th St. Prloe 83, 160. Terms.
NORRIS & NORRIS,
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglaa 4370.
I TAKEN IN TRADE
WILL SELL CHEAP,
8730 Ohio St., 6 rooms, all on ona floor;
newly painted and papered; full lota,
aomo shrubbery; monthly payment. Ilka
rent. Office open evenings 7 to 1 p. m.
Phone Tyler 60 and ask tor Mr. Lowrey.
HASTINGS ft HETDBN, 1614 Harney at.
" SACRIFICE SALE.
1680 N. 17th St., 6-room houaa; walk
lng distance. Don't tail to see thla prop
erty It you want a bargain.
8. P BOSTWICK SON.
Tyler 1606.' 800 Bee Bldg.
er.MWOOD PARK ACRE.
171 TIOWSI. BAL. 816 PER MONTH.
A dandy laying acre luat eaat ot Elm-
wood park for 81,600. nee tma at onoa.
PAYJJB INVESTMENT COMPANY.
6th Floor Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1711.
HAVE Just finished an all modern, fully
decorated, oak finish bungalow on fine
eaat front lot and oan aell aama for
3.360. on very aaay terma. Call Coltas
1886. - .
Corner lot at 8843 Pratt St.
W. H. GATES,
47 Omaha Nat, Bank Bldg. P. 1864.
OWNER wishes to sacrifice strictly modern
8-room house, with sleeping porcn; ona
floors and woodwork; excellent condition.
A real bargain. Webster 1187.
KOUNTZE Placa restricted district resi
dence for aale. jr. v. unieat. am. r. i.m.
8922 N. 37U St., 6 rooma, modarn, twe
tones, weosier iai-
AND 35TH ST.
as nice a home for the money as you can
And. Just one-halt block south of Wool'
worth Ave., on 26th St. facing east; T
rooms, frame dwelling built about three
years; built by the pressnt owner and fin
Ished In excellent shape. A good, large
hmia nn th foundation: full basement.
nice shade trees in front; In a restricted
district and among the. nicest homes In
the city. We are quoting a prloe of $6,000
and know positively It will sell quick at
this price. Would be glad to show you
. Tyler 60. ,
NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE
SOUTH 24TH ST.,
OWNER WILL TAKE LOT
As part payment on a beautirui new
6 -room all modern home finished in hard
wood throughout Many special features,
such as built-in bookcases, kitchen cabi
net, etc Completely modern In every re
aped, including natures, screens, sodding,
sidewalks, etc. Price $4,100. If you have
a good lot or two or three oheap tots, will
take same as part payment. For further
information call Harney 61$ 4 today, or
after 6 p. m. weeks days.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
6 RMS., NEW,
Here Is a brand new home In one of the
choicest residence districts in Omaha. Ab
solutely complete In every detail. Hous
has big living room, dining room and
kitchen on the first floor. Thre bed
roomVand bath on the second floor. Osk
woodwork, oak floors upstairs and down.
Every room in the house Is artistically
decorated. Built-in buffet, bookcasee and
fireplace. Location ia only three blocks
north of Miller park, eaat front on 4th
St. Reasonable terma can be arranged If
Tyler 1S36. 381 Roa. Bldg.
LOT In Clalrmont Add., on Blvd.; buy trom
owner. Cash or terms. Colfax 4016.
LOT tor sale near Miller park.
Ave. Phone Colfax 4106.
, lth St. 3 hike., from vtaduct,
MrCague Inv. Co., "lcCaue Bldg.
1100 a lot. easy t.rma, nar 61at and Qrover,
ona mile rrom car. Aaar.ee wra. n.
Howver, 8684 Grand Ave. Phone Colf'x 763.
REAL ESTATE Exchange
A FORCED SALE
7 NICE ROOMS,
$800 down, price $8,200, easy
terms, but want an offer; must
sell at ones. Would couelder a
good lot; haa a nice garage; t
south front; built for a home. 1
Address 9 876. omane use.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real Estate, Lon, Mortgages,
INVESTMENT -Can you flnanoe, buy or
trad, patent on "aura grip elov. llfterT"
Can furnlah royalty contract; reapon.tble
partlea write. Ed. Elllng.r, Mln.ral Point.
1?. 000 MORTGAQR hearlna 7 per rent, aeml-
roperty. valued 85.400.
Co., w. u w, niog.
W. T. GRAHAM,
MONET on hand for city and
farm loan. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank "Bldg.
CITT and farm loans, 6, TVj, 1 par cent.
J. II. Dumont Co.. 416 Kwllna Bldg.
LOANS 6 8 4 6 P.r cant
THOS. L. MoOARRY.
K..llne Bldg, Red 4344.
Nat'l Rank Did.
MONET HARRISON A MORTON,
016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
$100 to $1MOO made promptly. F. D. Weed,
Wead Bldg., IMh and Karnam Sts.
cWt" and farm loans. 6, btt, 6 per cent. W.
T. Smith Co.. 114 City National.
Abstracts, ot Title.
Charles W, Martin and wife to Orace
C. Rodgers, Van street, 160 feet
east of Twenty-eighth avenue,
north slds. 40x10187 feet $
Charles W. Martin and wlfs to Grace
C. Rodgers, Titus svenue, forty
two feet east of Twenty-fifth av
enue, north side, 88x180 feet
John T. Kotchner and wife to Stew
art A. Ferguson. Fifty-fourth
street, S41 feot south' of Sprague
street, east side. 40x138 feet
Carrie S. Willows and husband to
Mary B. Cooper. Twentieth av
enue, 188 feet south of Ca stellar,
west aide. 60x104 feet
PhilftdeU'hla Mortgage and Truat
company to the Byron neea Co..
Isard street, eighty-one fet east
of Nineteenth street, south side,
Joseph O. Gardiner and wife to
Aaron Sharer, cnaries streets, sou
feet east of Forty-seventh street,
north aide. 60x140 feet
Isabel Campbell to the Smith Brick
company, soutneasc comer wn-ty-first
and Martha streets, JiOx
The National Bank of Commrce to
W. A. Bchall, et ai, Jackson street,
sixty-six feet west of Thirteenth
street, nortn siae. eexi n jwij.
Puovonfnn Abstract Co, We can bring
VTUcLI allbCC down your abstract on
abort notice. B. T, Patterson Bldg. D. 8947.
Title, Guarantee and A bat re at
Co. , a modern abstract office.
1Tth S- Tel P. 6487.
oldest a ha tract of-
REKD ABSTRACT CO,
flee In Nebraska. 806 Brandets Theater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
THE remarkable Increase In BEHJ Want
Ads can be traced to only one source
good results at less cost than any other
PAID WANT ADS
In ftrat five month, of 1816 than In
Sara. p.rlod or 116.
SXN mill or Hchango anything you havaj
to offer, c 1. Canac. MO'aeua bios.
WHAT HAVB TOU OR DO TOtTANtt
8 ua ftrat. we may nava juet wnat
you want We ssll or trade everything,
anywhere. Chaa, J. Smith. Tyler 1661.
611 So. 18th.
330 A. CHOICE upland farm, 1 mllea of
Coleridge, c.dar Co., liao will traae neu
mdse. Or good Income.
ABBOTT 4 Pattoreon Blk,, City.
OMAHA Income nrooerty for good
farme and ranchea. what have youT
L. Barber, Keellne Bldg, Ty. 1?10.
FARMS Acreage, city property and ranchea
for sale and exchange. W. O. Morgan.
1316 Cuming St. Douglaa 3466.
EQUITY In good 6-r. houaa for oottaga;
, worth 33,800. Colfai 1063 after 10 a. m.
REAL ESTATE Investment.
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY
We are authorised by a non-resident
owner to dispose of six lots, well located,
that originally sold for $1,600, and are
cheap at that price today. They are lo
cated near school and car, and have nice
Improvements adjacent. The best buy In
the city; Investigate. Tou wilt like them
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 8668. 011-80 City National.
NEW DOUELE BRICK FLAT
BUILDING FOR INVESTMENT
Located on f3d St. between California
and Webstsr, Kaoh flat has five rooms;
living room dining room and kitchen on
tirst floor and two bedrooms and bath on
second floor, making a very desirable
. rental nrooerty. Strictly firar-olass and
modern throughout Can sell on payment
down of 18,000, ball noe about the same
as rent Phone Tyler to.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
: 1614 Harney St.
HOME Builders la managed by capable, ex-
perlenoed men. Tou share In profits ; are
protected by mortgages on new homes.
Tou are guaranteed 7 per cent on your
Investment No speculation. Shares now
$1.18, but will doubtless advance July 1.
Why not Investigate r
HOME BUILDERS, Inc.,
17th and Douglas Sts. Phone Doug. $011.
WANT AN OFFER.
Nonresident owner says sell. 100$ So.
33d St., 6 rooma, mod., large barn or, gar
age; fine ei'.st front let, 60x140 ft; street
paved and paid; fine shsde. Price, $4,000,
but make ua an offer.
D. V. SHOLB8 CO.,
016-16 City Nat'l BanK Bldg. Doug. 4$.
WM. COLFAX, 706 Keellne Bldg, Real Es
tate, City rroperiy, iarge nencnes
REAL ESTATE Suburban
COTTAGE FOB SALE.
Four-room cottage and corner lot, on
car line, near Hanscom Place, Price
$2,000. A nice little home for two, or a
good investment The house rents for
$180 per year and there is room to build
another house or flats oik the corner,
. J, H. DUMONT eV CO.,
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Doug. 680.
t-ROOM bungalow, brand new, all modern.
oak floors tnrougnoui; oaic nnisn in liv
ing and dining rooms; large, light, white
enamel bedrooms; good location; restricted
addition. A bargain at $$,000. Easy
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
643 Paxton Blk. Doug. 1731.
. NEAR HANSCOM PARK, $3,400.
6-room cottage, all modern, on lot I4x
160, paving ail paid fine neighborhood.
This Is a snap.
P. J. TEBBENS CO., ' f
60S Omaha Nat Bank. ' Dong. $11$.'
Is 08 SO. 15TH, 6-room modern, new, fur-
ce; 88 or eo-li. lot; street pavea. obtiw
MuslL D. 6967.
-ROOM cottage, modern except furnace,
$27. 3687 6. 9th St Douglas 624$.
NICE 6-room house, all modern, on oar
line, east front good location; terms.
3310 8. 20th St. Harney T206.
QUICK BALE 7 -room house, half block
rrom Hanscom para, owner, narnsy eti.
$401 Decatur St rooms," partly mod
ern, good location, corner lot, 60x80 H ;
near school and oar, -$$,760, terms If de
sired. 4686 Bedford 7 roomo, strictly modern
and restricted; near school and car, full
of shsde and fruit trees, lot 43X131;
33.000. 8600 cash, balance like rent
4370 BarkerRestricted, 6 rooms Just
completed, strictly modern, bullt-tn book-
leases, eioseia, etc. ; must oe seen 10 oe
annreoiated. $3,600. easy terms If desired.
1 $4,600 ouya stone veneerea resiaence on
Ohio Bt 7 rooms, and bath, with all
modern conveniences,' lot 40x120. $,$00
may remain on mortgage,
West Benson Acreage, $18,000 buys
elegant 8-story residence on N. 68d Ave.
10 rooms and bath with alt modern con
venlencest $18,000 may remain on mort
gage; 3 acres of the most valuable ground
In West Benson, well Improved, high and
sightly, 600 or more fruit trees. Garage
and other outouumngs in nest or condi
tion, one block to school, near end of
Benson car line, for particulars call or see
. W. G. MORGAN,
1016 Cuming St.. Doug. 3466.
AT A BARGAIN.
Two stories, attic and basement Close
In and In a splendid neighborhood. Built
Just a few years out ot selected material
for private home. Has 4 bedrooms, large
living room, dining room and kitchen, ex
cellent garage, beautiful lawn and corner
lot It will be difficult to find a more
oomBleto home on the market todav at
the price and terms. For full particulars
or an appointment to inspect, can
, SHULER & CARY,
P. 6074. 304 Keellne Bid
6-ROOM 8, Eanston,,new, mod. .....$$,800
7 rooms, close in, modarn ,.,..., 4,360
T rooms, large lot modern , ,, $.000
rooms, extra large lot cheap... 1,600
' 1 roomst mod. two lots 4,000
W. T. SMITH CO., , I
X19. $14 City Nat. Bfc. Bldg.
FOR RELIABLE AND 8AFTS
FIRE AND TORNADO 1NJUKANCB
O'NEIL'S R. . INS, AGSNCT,
634 Brandels Theater Bldg. Tyler 1034.
WILL build home, on vnny terms In Ban
son or Omaha. TO. Benson 308.
Want Ads never shirk their work-
'they will get results, if nything will
A bl(i LITTLE BARGAIN.
Military Ave., Clifton Hill, to settle
estate, i-room house, business lot) pres
snt home or Investment! good future
reduced to $1,360,
GEORGE G, WALLACE,
614 Keeline Bldg.
START TOUR HOME IN BENSON!
) BUY THIS LOT! .
$10.00 down and $10.00 per month; price
$360.00; else, 60x133; looated on Locust
Bt. between Clark and Burnham, not
far from school and car line. Geo. R.
Wright Bee office. Omaha.
Dundee bungalow. Douglas 861$.
Dundee lot $& Douglas 3606.
2 it. acres near Dundee. Douglas 1666.
DUNDEE Sea me for good bargains In reai-
dences and vacant property, uooa toca
tlona. C. A. Ori m me) I, 840 Om. Nat. Bk.
CALIFORNIA little suburban farms near
Los Angeles, for sale en easy payment
WriteK. R, Walte. Shawnee, Oklahoma.
o Aft OR 160 ACRES good, heavy soil,
wen settled pari or touo ooniy, mu,i
ood roads, schools and churches; prloe,
ia fit ISA tiar acre: terms. $1 nor acre
cash, balance $1 per acre a year; $.000
acrea to aelect from; agents wanted; will
make low railroad raU to inepeot
1038 Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
GREAT BAROAIN8 $6 down, $8 monthly
buva, 40 acres, good fruit and poultry
land near town, southern Missouri. Prtre
only $176. Address Bos 60$, Excelsior
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of G. E. weaver, secretary or the
Board of Education, until s ooioqk a. m
.inmt iTth. for all labor and materials nec
essary for the erection and completion et
a school building for the Conaolldated In
dependent School Dlstrlot -of Lewis, Cass
County, Iowa, according to plans and speci
fications prepared by Proudfoot Bird ft
Rawson, Architects, No, 810 Hubbel Build
ina. Dea Moines, la.
Plana may oe seen ei me onioe or in
i-hitecta and at the office of the seore
. a rt at Wa.u slu th. DuOilaaail
"fuxuhangea at Minneapolis, Bt. Paul and
Omaha, and tne jsuiiasrs nsisriai aixniou .
at Chloago, ana may os oniaineu upon ap
plication to the architects.
Certified checks will be as follows! Gen
eral contract, $8,000; heating and plumb
ing, $600; electric wiring. $100.
Bona 10 per cam oi unavrtgi price cor
The Board reserves tne ngnt u rejejui
any or all bids. .
By order of 'the Board of Education.
O. E. WEAVER,
SecretarV ' of Consolidated Independent
School District ec iiewia. uasa county,
Iowa. ,. M83-30J$-i
CHEAP FARMS Any else, easy terms, in
the beautiful Oaarks of Pent county, mo.
W. 8. Frank. 301 Neville Block. Omaha.
. FOR SALE.
A larare Irrigated (own water right), well
stocked, well Improved hay and cattle
ranch in the famous Big Hole basin, Mont
Addrses, K-368 for few days oniy.
FOR SALE Imnroved 1.400-aore ranch V
cated 1 mile from gooa town on main line
V. P. R. R- in Cheyenne Co., Neb. Price
$17.60 per acre. Write for Illustrated book,
let H. C. Caaselman, Sidney, Neb. ,
FOR SALE Beat large body high grade
medium priced land in woraana; very
little money required, a Bradley, Wol-
160 ACRES in Kimball county, Nebraska,
at $18.00 per acre; this is a bargain.
areas r ebi, wee,
QET literature and maps on the cheapest
good land In United Btatea.
' BAKER Jt T1LLOTSON.
14th and Douglas Sts,. Omaha. Doug. 1188.
ARB YOU GOING TO BUY LAND 7
If so. set a copy of our Journal first
Tt has lands, 1 city property and stocks
of goods advertised from nearly every
state. Bo that you oan find Just whst
you wish In Its columns. Established
1$ years, reaching 76,000 readers. Bend
$6o for one year's subscription, or $1 for
FARM AND REAL ESTATE JOURNAL,
FARMS, acreage and city property for sale
C. R. Combs, $0$ Brandels
BEND your name today, receive offers from
land owners, agents, everywhere. United
Realty Associates, Joint, 111.
FARM LAND WANTED
HAVE cash buyar, (or two or three medium
slaed farina In wast iow. or ut N.-
Thomaa GampMU, Ke.ua. mat.
HorMt Liv Stock Vhicle
a ton. A. W. Warner. Itl ,
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
PIGEONS nay far better than chickens;
always penned up little space needed to
start; free book eiplalns alt Majestic
squab uo., pept i, Aaei, ia.
the little color changing pet. Max Oela-
ler Bird Co.. 1017 Farnam Bt.
PERSIAN KITTENS. Baldwin Cattery,
Screenings, $1,36 per 100 lbs. 301 N. 14th St
40 acres, $9,260; stock, crop and implements
all go. c. u wetnaway, norence, inbd.
Exceptionally well improved. Close In,
and consisting o a good, newly reno
vated 6-room house, barn and other out
buildings. I acres In alfalfa, 3 acres In
grapes, 1 acre in berries, 3 acres in good
bearing orchard, one mile to the city
car line. Owner authorises us to sell at
$600 per acre, Including alt Improvements.
Lots are selling within a stone's throw
of this property for $800 to $400 each.
$1,000 cash will put you in full posses
sion on a few days' notice. Do not delay,
Phone V. $074. 204 Keellne Bldg.
ONE ACRE WITH rflX-ROOM BUNGALOW
Six-room, strictly modern bungalow, oaa
floors and oak finish throughout, built-in
bookcase, colonnade opening and built-in
window seat; all fenced woven wire tight;
has new garage and new chicken houses.
Will be sold at a great sacrifice. Prloe,
$4,600. Less than you can build Improve
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
6th Floor Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. D. 1761.
One acre, fine, rich garden land, per
fectly level; dandy new 8-room bungalow;
good well. Price, $1,400; $100 cash, bal
ance $16 per month. Phone Tyler $0 and
ask for Mr. Lowrey.
H ABTINOS A HEYDEN. 1614 Harney 8.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
' GOOD LOT WANTED.
As part paymsnt with some cash, on
new 0-rootn, all modern bungalow; one
acre of ground; chicken house and gar
age. Address L in 66. Bee.
Real Eititc Loam and Mortgager
We are ready at all timea to
make loatii on fint-claas city
property and eastern Nebras
ka farme. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO..
212 South 17th St .
MONET TO LOAN ON
Aoartment houaee. double brick houaea.
single houaea, bualnaaa property and (arm
' landa at 1 par cant, !tt par cent .V 1 pr at
W. a. '1HUJUJUJ, . '
111 Keellne Bldf. Douila. 1161.
I FDR CENT tt 1 par oent on beat olaja elty
realdencea In amount. 11,660 up; alw
farm loana. Reasonable oommlaalona,
PETEHB TRUST CO., 1681 Farnam at.
KEKLINB BUILD IN (7.
OMAHA homea. Eaat Nebraaka (anna.
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
1616 Omaha Natl. Phone Douflaa 3711.
MONET to loan on Improved farme and
rancnaa w. alao buy good tarm mort
.ages. K.lok. Inv. Co., Omaha.
REAL ESTATE loana. six per" cent. sa
p. . E. BUCK CO..
-' 111 Omaha Nat. Bank.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
D. $810. 3101 Farnam,
Brand new 1018 Ford.
1014 Vslle, Touring.
1016 Reo Touring. -
1014 Chevrolet Touring. . ' " .. .
THE AUTOMOBILE WUNDEk.
Make a con truck out of Your Ford car.
Everybody is buying this "Form-a-Truok."
It solves your delivery problem and sells
Has wild lire. Agents wanted. For par
tlculars ses or writs JOHNSON-DAN
FORTH CO., 1631 N. 16th.
Is only protection, Is preparing against
some unsxpeoted emergency. Buy your eu
tomomie insurance oi ,
KILLY, ELLIS THOMPSON,
$18-14 City Nat Bank. Doug. 381$.
MAXWELL 1016 touring car, slightly used,
one extra casing, netier see tnis one u'
nay tomorrow may oe too late.
McSHANE MOTOR COMPANY
3064 Farnam Bt
TWO Hupomoblles, used cars, 1016 $-passen
ger in line conaiuon, iu passenger,
famous little 8$.
McSHANE MOTOR COMPANY
-v 3064 Farnam Bt
DODGE roadster, electric lights and starter.
driven t.ooo miles: car and casings look
like new. One extra on rear. This car had
good care and can be bought very cheap,
8064 Farnam St.
BUICK roadster, late model, In dandy con.
dition, e gooa casings, neawiy varnished.
Deloo starting and lighting system. Here
Is a bargain.
McSHANE MOTOR COMPANY
2064 Farnam Bt
USED CAR UAHUA1NS AT
MURPHY-O'BRIEN AUTO CO.,
1614-16-1$ Farnam Bt -
will trade you a new Ford for your old
INDUSTRIAL QARAOB CO.,
loth and Harney. Doug. 836L
FOR SALE 1618 Cadillac, In first class con
dition throughout. Address B 878, Bee,
1814 MAXWELL 6-passenger, good condition,
oheap for casn. lit Leavenworth Bt,
Walter Anderson, expert rep'g else trio and
batteries. Storage. 3830 Farnam. D. 4817.
Auto tires tnd Supplies.
DON'T throw away old tires. Wa make one
new tire from 3 old ones and save you 60
per oent 3 In 1 Vulcanising Co., 161$ Dav
enport oi.. umana, wen, uougiai as it,
$0x3-lN $6.76; 80x3, $6.7$. Other stses In
proportion. Duplex Trie Co., J616 Farnam
REBUILT, $3.00 TO $6.00.
DUO TIRE CO.. 16U CHICAOO BT.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service
prices right 3i a, iota at P. 7800.
$100 "award for magneto we can't repair.
Colts repaired. Mraaenor, sib , isth.
Motorcyc'sB and Bicycles
HARLHT-DA viuhum MUTUKCXCLKS. Bar
gain in used machines. Victor Roos, "The
Motorcycle nan,- iiv jteavenwortb.
Leave for Meets
Oyer State Circuit
Now that th three dayi' meriting
of the Douglis County Fair stocut
tion at the Benion track nas oeen
duly recorded ai harness racing hii
tory, the majority of the large field
of iteppera participating in the local
events have been taken, or will be
taken" in the next day or so to Ne
braska City, where a second meeting
on the Nebraska Midway Ksxmg cir
cuit it to be starred.
The Nebraska City meeting will
start today land continue through
until Thursday, to be followed by
other circuit races at Auburn, Aurora
While the local races proDamy orew
the lamest field of starters that will
be turned out on any of the Nebraska
Midway Racing circuit tracks, the
other meetings give promise of show
ing some ot thr. stellar races ot tne
seaion. . " '
Wanted Some Want Ada In1 ex.
change for lots of answers. .Phone
The Bee. ;, , ,
Winter Wheat is Beginning to Head
v Out with No Indication of
C0RH CROP CULTIVATED ONCE
Crop reports of the Burlington and
the Northwestern for the week end
ing last Saturday continue to show
an improvement in the condition of
wheat and corn throughout Nebraska,
with every indication that the former
will be of the bumper variety if the
weather continues favorable a little
while longer. ' ; ,
The railroads report that all over
the state the winter wheat is begin
ning to head; that the heads are long
and the straw heavy, and nowhere
are there, indications of damage by
insects or storms.
The Burlington, in estimating the
nrea.nt condition, makes A comoari-
aon with that of the previous week
and on the 100 per cent oasis tor a
perfect crop reaches the following
Dlvl.lon; Ist week.
Wymor. , .....16
Good Wheat Weather.
The weather of the last week was
very favorable for the growth of ,,
wheat, it having been wet ana cooi.
However, it was not ao good for
corn, though in most portions of the
state this cereal is reported to have
made good progress. The corn has
all been cultivated once and in the
southern part of the state the farm
ers are going through their fields a
second time, ii ia aouai -vanced
aa ordinarily at this season
of the year.
Oata and barley promise to make
an unusually heavy yield and the
acreage is fully up to it not aoovs
the average. . ' . "; ''
The first cutting of alfalfa Is fin-,
ished and the crop sucked, and gen
erally it has been put away in excel
lent condition, Owing to the sea
sonable rains the first cutting was
much heavier than usuaU ' '
Pastures Are Great
Pastures continue to be in perfect ;
condition. Potatoes and all of the .
root crops are coming along rapidly,
promising a good yield.
As to fruit, it is asserted that the :
apple crop promises to be large and1
about up to that of last year. The
peach crop, ia likely to be somewhat
short owing to a good many of the
trees having been Killed last winter.
Strawberry picking ia about over. An
enormous crop has beeji harvested
and the cherry and other berry crops
give promise oi being better than an
average. AH through 'the southern
portions of the state cherry 'picking
is weH along. ;
Kubelik, the great violinist, won't
play in public unless he ia wearing a
curious charm, a miniature violin of
polished wood lying In a gold case.
It is an exact replica of Kubelik's fa
vorite instrument. .', .. .. '
Th! Secret V Sixbmarine
Ann, or tt Tim Eb4 ! tae TrO." Tlghtsa, la FUmaWe," "It m4 CUwy."
Lieutenant Jarvla Hone la detailed bt the
United Btatea naval board to Investigate and
report bla flndlnga on tha invention of Dr..
Ralph Burka, whloh aervaa to bring tha
aubmarlna to a atat. of parfeotlon. The lieu
tenant arrlvea in Valdavla and 1. valoomad
by tha Inventor and hut daughter, Cleo. On
the trial trip of tha' inventor'e boat a Jap
anese helper Is aurprlaed in th. aot of ex
amining the mftflhahlam of tha ventilating
device, Hope reporte favorably on tha new
device, but there ara oth.ri lntareated in it
An attempt to burglarise Dr. BurkVa labora
tory raue, out later uieo nnoa mm niurawen
In his bedroom. Cleo asm bar father', li
brary to get monyi later aha flnda a note
from which ahe laarna that they contain
the secret formula. With Hop aha race, to
the auctloneer'a atora only to nna n in
Samoa. , .
(Continued From Saturday, To Be
Overcome bv despondency. Cleo,
Hnne and Hook stood staring at the
heap of smoking debris which, a few
minutes before, naa been uawsons
auction rooms. In that blazing pyre
had perished all their hopes of recov
ering the lost tormuia. . v.ieo, ncr
nerves shattered by the long strain
they, had been under, -was sobbing
silently on Hope's shoulder. ,
"Don't cry, dear. It's going to
turn out all right," he whispered, with
an attempt of reassurance he was far
from feeling. "We'J find some way
of getting the names of. those who
bought the books. We can put adver-
tisements in the papers onering a re
ward for any information concerning
"I know I'm a perfect coward," sob
bed Cleo, "but 1 m o discouraged
that I just can't help crying. It meant
so much to us to get those books
back, and then, just as we were on
the track of them, that horrid old
building had to burn down."
"There goes old Dawson now,"
Hope heard someone remark.
"Is this Mr. Dawson?" he asked,
tapping the man on tne shoulder.
"It is," was the curt answer, "but
I've no time to bother with reporters
now. You can say that I am fully
covered by insurance."'
"I'm glad to hear that you were m-
aurarl." said Hooe. "but I m not a re
porter. I am Lieutenant Hope of the
.nrl I want onlv a few minutes
of your time. I wish to inquire about
a matter m which the government is
deeply interested. . , , .
"W.I1. we can't ta k m this crowd,?
said Dawson, none too cordially.
"Suppose we step over to that cigar
store on the corner Now, lets
have your questions quickly, lieuten
ant, for I've lots of things waiting to
be seen to.", ,. , '.
"I believe," began Hope, "that you
sold at auction today some books
which were sent you last week by
Miss Burke of Valdavia. Can you give
me" but he got no further.
"Merciful heaven I" shouted Daw
son, "how many more times must I
be pestered about those cursed
books? How do. I know that you re
a naval officer, anyway? I m begin
ning to think there's something
crooked about the matter. I ve half
a mind to turn y.ou over to a police-
mYou needn't get excited, Mr. Daw
son," asid Hope soothingly. "This will
prove to you that I am neither a crook
nor a faker," and he drew from his
pocketbook his letter of instructions
From the navy department. ; i . (
Cankjat, Mlt, by t. Atouate PaU.
"I beg your pardon for having spok
en so hastily, Mr. Hope," .aid the auc-
!.. .nAlA.,:.B11w aa ho saw th
L V , .iraivav.MHj I -
coat-OI-armi on tne icnerneaa, uut
you must remember that my place of
business has just burned down and
that vou are the fourth oerson within
the last hour who has asked me for
the names of those who purchased the
Burke books, . '
"What vnu aav astounds me. Hooe '
leplied. "This is Miss Burke, who sent
vou the books," ne aaaea, as ueo
and Hook joined them. "This is a
matter, Mr. Dawson, in which both
Miss Burke and the government ef
the United States are vitally con
cerned. Now, tell me, who were these
nannt. whn a.'v.H vmt fnr thf 1Ut nf
ihose who bought the books? What
did they look likef
. "I can t ten you their names," was
the answer. "It never occurred to me
to ask. One was laoanese.
"Satsumal" the three exclaimed in
"He didn't give me his name," said
Dawson, "but he did give me $20 for a
copy of the list,' and that's more than
the others did."
"I will be quite frank with you, Mr.
Dawson," said Hope. "In one of those
ftnnlr. urkirV, rn anM tnflav ia hirlrl.tl
a certain formula which our govern
ment is extremely anxious to obtain.
It is no exaggeration to say that, were
it to fall iato the handa of another
government, it might mean the differ
ence between peace and war. The
formula was the invention , of Dr.
Burke, Miss Burke's father, and for
her its loss means the ditlerence be
tween poverty and comfort Now that
you understand how important it is.
Mr. Dawson, are ycu able to recall
the names of any of those who bought
the books?" . V.;-.-,
"I can do better than that," was the
astounding answer;. "I can give you
nil th tiam.a " , i -
"What?" Hope almost shouted in
his face. "I supposed your records
were lost in the fire." v .
i, ,, :J v . ..,
oo iney were, s&ia uawson, iranK
ly enjoying the effect which his re
cital was producing, "but after three
people had asked for that list I con-:
nlitflArl rhar th... w, mm, t,,
f iocus going on, so, just before I
ocked up for the night, I detached the
sheet containing the list of names
from the loose-leaf ledger and slipped
it in my pocket, intending to spend
the evening making a few inquiries.
Here it is. -
"Thank God!" Hope exclaimed fer
vently, fairly snatching the sheet from
Dawson's hand. Cleo did not say any
thing, but the look of gratitude she
flashed the auctioneer with !(er beau
tiful eyes caused him to redden with
? ratification and ' embarrassment,
look let out a yell that could be
heard a block. "Whoop I Wow!" be
bellowed. "Who-o-o-ooop-e-e-el It's
all right now, Mios Cleo. We'll git the
secret o' the submarine after all.'' .
Hope, wasting no time in words,
was hastily copying the list of names
on the back of an envelope. The first
name was: . .;
' r. at.ph.nakt, -v:y' :-.v
".1411 Eds. mere imi- 4'''
' '.. Aaa IfraBAlan. '.,! .
But he was suddenly interrupted by
a shout from Dawson.
Continued TowarrowOt 11
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