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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916.
FOR RENT Ap'ta and Flats
Beautiful newly decorated 4-room apart
' msnt, big rooms, coul In summer, fine
large icreened porch. "The Ivy," corner
bherroan Ave. and Sherwood. Only $31.60
per mo. See janitor In basement apart
ment or call office, Doug. 1009.
SCOTT A HILL CO.
4-ROOM heated Apt,, all modern, newly
decorated, corner, lit floor, Apt. 1.
Marlon. IS Maple St. R-d 1M1.
MODERN apt., 7 rooms, $25; near poat
otfice. G. P. Stebblni. 1610 Chicago.
6-ROOM modern apartment, with heat umi
Janitor service; walking dtatanea; 420 Bo.
loth, Avenue ..140.00
BT5NSON & MYERS CO.,
484 Omaha National Bank Bide.
felVE-ROOM team heated apartment: verj
dealrabl. The Chula VlaU. lOtb and
Poppleton. Conrad Youn. 328 Branaeli
Theater Doug 1571.
S-rm. mod. flat, 8308 S. 24. $20. H. 4711.
VERY desirable 4-room apt. In the Llnwood.
near 2511 Harney. 2d floor, east front
Very choles. Soe this. D. 1472.
1 and 4-room brick flats, closo In. mod. ex.
heat $U. Toland & Trumbull. D. 6707.
MODERN apartments $18 and up. Near
poatoiuca. u. r. Bieooins. itiiu unioage
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
ON account of deuth of owner will sell
6-room all -modern home at 211S Grand
Ave, to responsible party for $300 down,
balance $30.00 per month. Full site lot:
nice lawn and shade; on paved street
rooms are large with oak floors down
stairs; hot water heat Latest light fix
tures. Price $3,i00. Corns out and see
this. Colfax 317 or Ml.
REAL ESTATE Exchange
20-r. apt house to exchange for land; rental
$640 clear; will assume mortgage J. L.
oaroer. Keeling Uiilg. Tyler 1710.
CAS sell or fXChariK anything you have)
woiier. v. it uanas. MCi:ru mag.
KOUNTZ PL ACE. ll.DAtV
SIX rooms. Btrlrtlv inniturn fnrnr i-mt
full cement basement, large lot on paved
street; house Is well decorated; plenty of
fruit and shrubbery. Owner will take In
good lot and some cash. This place ts
wcu worm m.uho, can show any time,
PAYNE INVESTMENT fnMPlNT
5th Floor Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1731
PRAIRIE PARK Moet artistic district In
viij. v,v ncas, aiieys, cmcnena, ashes,
tin cans or dead cats. Has steam heated
press brtok community garage and club
house. Houses and lots $4,500 to $5,600
with paving paid in full. One-tsnth cash,
balance 1 per cent monthly or will build
l purcnaser. ts. j bcannell. Doug.
398 or Colfax 3611.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Houses and Flats,
"WANTED TO BENT Immediately, good 7
or 8-room house with garage In West Far
nmra district or Dundee. Huit be a first,
class place. Give lull Information. Ad
ores, o l37,Bee.
. Wanted to Rent Houses
W. L. BBLBY SONS. Douilas lilt.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Separata locked rooms, for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
102 a 16th St. Douglas 4162.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
ing. 219 N. 11th St Phone
Douglas 814 or Webster 6609.
GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Stores, moves, packs, ships; S -horse van
and 2 men, $125 per hour; storage. $2 per
month. Satisfaction guaranteed. Douglas
" 133S and Tyler 280.
, METROPOLITAN VAN &
Careful attention given to orders for mov
ing, packing or storage, office at Raymond
' Furniture Co., 1618 and 1616 Howard St
Phone D 6624.
Van and Storage Co. Moving, packing,
storage and shipping. Phone Douglas I486.
FIDELITY sllVi& r'REE
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments); also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Sts.
Jf1 1? T? Express Co., Movtng,
. J, IXXLllUU packing and storage.
1 1207 Farnam Bt Douglas 8146.
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
STORES FOR RENT.
We are making plans to remodel the
building at 1814-16-18 Harney St., putting
- in a new front and making one room
66x132 with second floor and basement
under the south sixty feet. Will lease to
desirable tenant the entire space or divide
N. P. DODGE, 206 Wnttnell Bldg.
Very fine store room, located at 24th and
Leavenworth Sts. Reasonable rent For
further Information call
CALKINS & CO.,
Douglas 1318. City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Modern store room and. basement, 622
6. 16th St; fins Location for groceries
and meats, '
822 Brandels Theater. Doug. 1671.
STORE ROOMS at 1809-1811 Farnam St
Thos. P. Hall, 428 Ramie Bldg. D. 7406.
SMALL store, near postofflce, $26. Q. P.
' Btebblns, 1610 Chicago.
STOKE building, living rooms In rear, 2001
N. 10th. Douglas 1862.
Offices and Desk Room.
Doctor mid Dentist
Let us show you.
The Bee Building,
Office Room 103.
DESIRABLE office rooms In the remodelled
Crounse block, 119 N. 16th St. (opposite
?stoffloe), $10 to $15 per month. Conrad
oung, 822 Brandels Theater. Doug. 1571.
LARGE, light basement at 16th and How
ard; tow rant Wright & Las bury. . 15a.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
3625 CALIFORNIA ST.
A new attractive well built house; lot
81 H feet frontage. Near some of the best
homes In Omaha and in the cathedral dis
trict Large living room, fireplace, at
tractive dining room, with bullt-ln buf
fet convenient kitchen and four good bed
rooms. All oak floors and the very best
of constructon througnont. Price $6,600.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
rnone u. tub, soa city Nat. Bank Bias.
NOT HOW MANY but how good. I do not
build In dosn lots, but I do build them
good. Phone Benson 122. F. 8. Trulllnger.
ITOUR-ROOM bungalow Just being oom
pleted, tl,2S0. Only 100 cash. D-SSSO.
6 RMS., NEW
Here Is a brand new home In one of the
choicest residence districts In Omaha Ab
solutely complete In every detail. House
has big living room, dining room and
.. kitchen on the first floor. Three bed
rooms and bath on the second floor. Oak
woodwork, oak floors upstairs and down.
Every room In the house is artistically
decorated. Built-in buffet, bookcases and
fireplace. Location Is only three blocks
north of Miller park, east front on 24th
St Reasonable terms can be arranged If
338 Rose Bldg.
MUST SELL AT ONCE
OR BE FORECLOSED
We want you to see 4328 Parker Street,
bungalow. High and sightly; 6 rooms on
the first floor, oak floors and birch fin
ishing; 2 large rooms on' second floor;
house well decorated; good light fixtures
and has had the care that shows good
housekeeping; ' a big yard and chicken
house. This Is a good bargain. Price
quoted at $4,000. Yeu can't help but
make money. '
Call us for an appointment or further
' HIATT COMPANY,
146-7-8 Omaha Nafl Bk. Tyler 60.
live rooms anO bath, strictly modern,
flnlnhed in oak. laut lighting fixtures,
good furnace, full hase.ient large attic.
8811 No. 28th St Price W.150. Terms?
NORRIS & NQRRIS,
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4870,
"CLOSE-IN SSAP." '
A corner lot near High school. S0x.
Part of lot ts improved and brings 1100
per month rent
The whole thing goes for $6,600; $2,500
cash, balance $44 per month. Aot quick.
H. A. WOLF,
114 Ware Blk.
6 ROOMS MODERN,
8100 CASH S2K PER MOUTH.
4207 Ohio St. strictly modern except
furnace, nouse bum about three years
newly painted and oaDered. Price. 82.400
$100 cash, $26 a month. Phone Tyler 80
ana &bk tor Air. Lowrey. utiles open
evenings i uil 9 p. m.
HASTINGS & HETDEN. 1814 Harney St.
TAKEN IN TRADE
WILL SELL CHEAP,
8720 Ohio St.. 6 rooms, all on one floor:
newiy painted and papered: full lots.
some shrubbery; monthly payments like
rent, unice open evenings 7 to 9 p. m.
rnone iyier so ana asK tor Mr. ijowrey.
HASTINGS at HBYDEN, 1614 Harney St
Nice home on Sherman Ave., near
Pratt 6 rooms, strictly modern, part oak
finish, large, full lot, paving paid. Owner
has left city and will take $8,600; $600
vma. oaiance sav per montn. ee me at
P. J. TEBBENS CO,
606 Omaha Nat. Bk.. D. 8182.
OWNER wishes to sacrifice strictly modern
$-room house, with sleeping porch; oak
noora ana woodwork; excellent condition.
A real oargain. Webster 1187.
NEW BUNGALOW nf flv rnnmi and hath
fully modern, oak finish, oak floors, b-jam
ceilings, bookcases, window seat; bullt-ln
cupboards, high grade plumbing and
lighting fixtures; full basement, furnace
coal room, vegetable room; fine east
front lot, near cathedral. Price out to
0,dou; easy terms,
RASP BROS., Douglas 1663.
Oak finish, hot water Heat, large base
ment well-built house, east front lot 60
x24, with a garage; paving paid for; cost
owner $4,500; would exchange for cheaper
pia.ee farmer out,
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha Natl. Bang Bldg. Doug. 1284.
1680 N. 17th St., 8 -room house; walk
Ing distance. Don't fall to see this prop
erty If you want a bargain.
S. P BOSTWICK A SON.
Tyler 1506.' 800 Bee Bldg.
ELMWOOD PARK ACRE.
$78 DOWN, BAL. $16 PER MONTH.
A dandy laying acre just east of Elm
wood park for $1,600. See this at once.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
6th Floor Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1781,
I HAVE just finished an all modern, fully
decorated, oak finish bungalow on fine
east front lot and can sell same for
la.ZoO, on very easy terms. Call Colfax
House 7 rooms and store connected, modern.
good to make a living at home; small
payment down, balance like rent. Call at
2631 Lake St, or Tel. Webster 947.
KOUNTZE Place restricted district resi
dence for sale. F. V. Kniest 3616 N. 18th.
COTTAGE FOR SALE
Four-room cottage and corner lot on car
line, near Hanscom Plaoe. Price $2,000.
A nice little home for two, or a good In
vestment The house rents for $160 per
year and there la room to build another
house or flats on the corner.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-18 Keellne Bldg.
Phone Doug. 690.
NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE
SOUTH 24TH ST..
OWNER WILL TAKE LOT
As part payment on a beautiful new
6-room all modern home, finished In hard
wood throughout Many special features,
such as bullt-ln bookcases, kitchen cabi
net, etc. Completely modern In every re
eppct, Including fixtures, screens, sodding,
sidewalks, etc. Price $4,100. If you have
a good lot or two or three cheap lots, will
take same as part payment, for further
Information call Harney 6934 today, or
after 6 p. m. weeks days.
BIGGEST BARGAIN on Georgia Ave.,
between Pacific and Mason Sts., ever of
fered; fine large east front house, well
built and arranged; finished In hard
wood; everything good. Price $6,000, but
owner wants an offer. Let us show you
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
915-18 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 49.
6-ROOM bungalow, brand new, all modern,
oak floors throughout; oak finish In liv
ing and dining rooms; large, light White
enamel bedrooms; good location; restricted
addition. A bargain at $8,000. Easy
BENSON & CARMICHAEL.
642 Paxton Blk. Doug, 1782.
2308 SO. 15TH, 6-room modern, new. fur.
ni.ee, a a or co-it. iot; street paved. Berks.
at mush, u. &67.
6-ROOM cottage, modern except furnace;
fi.mw. .oat a. am Bt; Douglas 629.
TERMS! PRICEII VALUE!!!
CAN YOU BEAT THESE?
Close In, very attractive bungalow, 8-r all
moo., scree nea porcn, is. rront, paved Bt,
cor. lot, (2 if desired), sightly location.
Bargain at $3,100; $100 cash. $27 mo.
$25 MO., $126 CA8H 5-r. mod. cottage.
oesuiuui cor. iqt, (room for 3 nouses),
paving paid; shade, fruit, etc.; valuable
location, not far out, on car line. Only
$2,465. McKltrlck R. E. Co., D. 1482; Ty.
FOR RELIABLE AND SAFE
FIRE AND TORNADO INJURANCB
O'NEIL'S R, E. A INS. AGENCY,
634 Brandels Theater Bldg. Tyler 1024.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
IN THE CATHEDRAL DISTRICT.
One of the best lots between the Joslyn
residence and the Cathedral Is offered
for $1,760 for short time, worth $600 to
$750 more. Particulars on application.
GEORQB W. WALLACE, 614 Keellne Bldg.
96 FEET, 16th St., 8 blks. from viaduct
yo.uvu. gmv.n.Busj inv. JQ,, MCCagUS Bldg.
AN acre or two bought now in Bejneon Gar-
uens win maae you more money than any
other kind of Investment Call, write or
phone us, Tyler 60, for reading matter,
telling more about Benson Gardens.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
$100 a lot, easy terms, near 61st and Grover,
one miie irom car Aoaress Mrs. H. L.
Howver. 6824 Grand Ave. Phone Colfx TB8.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
A FORCED SALE
7 NICE ROOMS,
$300 down, price $3,200, easy
terms, but want an offer; must
sell at once. Would consider a
good lot; has a nice garage;
south front; built for a home.
Address S 276. Omaha Bee.
THE remarkable Increase In BEE Want
aqs can oe tracea to only one source
good results at less cost than any other
PAID WANT ADS
In first five months of 1916 than In
nimi rinoo or IVls.
40 ACRES improved Colo., for 6'ma.ha home!
160 acres east Nebr., for Omaha Income.
60 a. Gulf coast. Miss., for Omaha Income.
80 a. Imp., Iowa for Omaha 1m. and cash
First mort and cash for 80 a. near Omaha.
W. T. SMITH & CO.,
Doug. 1819, 813 City NatL Bit Bldg,
WHAT HAVE YOU OR DO YOU WANT?
See us first. We may have Jost what
you want we sell or trade everything.
anywnere. unas, j. smith. Tyler 1691.
via so. mn
320 A. CHOICE "upland farm, 3 miles of
Coleridge. Cede Co.. $135 will trade half
mdse. or good Income.
A13BOTT 4 Patterson Blk.. City.
FARMS Acreage, city property and ranches
for sale and exchange. W. O. Morgan.
lain turning at. Douglas 2466.
EQUITY In good 9-r. house for cottasra
worth $3,300. Colfax 1062 after 10 a. in.
REAL ESTATE Investment
YOU do not have to be a blr canltallut
to invest In Home Builders. Shares now
$1.18, and you can Invest In one or 600
every week or month. Shareholders pro
tected Dy mortgages and capable manage
ment. Better Investigate.
HOME BUILDERS. Inc..
17th and Douglas Sts. Phone Doug. 6013.
WM. COLFAX, 706 Keellne Bldg, Real Km
aie, uuy iropeny, utrge Hanches
SNAP $3,000 will handle $1,800 a year In
come property, tnttman, 1708 Clark.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
8TART YOUR HOME IN BENSON I
BUT THIS LOT I
$10.00 down and $10.00 per month: prlct
$260.00; slse, 50x128; located on Locust
St, between Clark and Burnham. not
isr zrom scnooi and car Hue. Geo. R.
Wright Bee office. Omaha.
Dundee bungalow. Douglas 2596.
2 Vfc acres near Dundee. Douglas 2596.
DUNDEE See me for rood barvaina (n runt,
aencss ana vacant property. Good loca
tion j. a. unmmell, 849 Om. Nat Bk
WClTl Hi I E" TV. -a- m-,t--AIA T-l 1 .. I
urm.-ei' 0,000, io.uou, ,nuu. Address A
40 acres, $9,250; stock, crop and Implements
i so. u. netnaway, Florence. Nob.
125 ACRES 6-ROOM HOUSE
IN KEYSTONE PARK.
Good rich land in a BDlendld localitv.
Has 9 acres in alfalfa and the balance
goon garden land. Will take clear 5, 6
or 7-room house and lot' in Omaha in
trade. Value of land Is $7,000. See us
anout this at once. Phone Tyler 60.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN.' 1614 Harney St.
One acre, fine, rich garden land, per
fectly level; dandy new 3 -room bungalow;
good welL Price. $1,400: $100 cash, bal
ance $15 per month. Phone Tyler 50 and
asK ror Mr. Lowrey.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St
REAL ESTATE WANTED
GOOD LOT WANTED.
As part payment, with some cash, on
new 6-room, all modern bungalow; one
acre of ground; chicken house and gar
age. Address L 1265, Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
$90,000,000 In new wealth added in 1916.
Enormous corps and low taxation make
farmers rich. Wheat average. 86.16 bush'
els per acre in Albera, 28.75 bushels per
acre In Saskatchewan, 28.60 bushels per
acre in Manitoba. Taxes average $24
and will not exceed $36 per quarter sec
tion. Includes all taxes; no taxes on Im
provements. Free schools and full re
ligious liberty, good climate. Get your
rarm home from the Canadian Pacific
railway, 20 years to pay. Good land from
$11 to $30 per acre, Irrigated lands from
$35, - and the government guarantees
your land and water titles. Balance,
after first payment, extend over nine
teen years with interest at 6 per cent;
privileges of paying In full any time.
Before final payment becomes due your
farm should have paid for itself. We
win lend you up to $2,000 in Improve
ments In certain districts, with no se
curity other than the land Itself. Par
ticulars on request. Ready-made farms
for sale. Special easy terms. Loans for
live stock. In denned districts, after
one year's occupation, under certain
conditions, we advance cattle, sheep and
hogs to farmers up to a value of $1,000.
We want you; we can afford to help
you. We own the land; we want the land
cultivated. Our Interests are mutual. Buy
direct and get your farm home from the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. Send
for free book, J. S. Dennis, Assistant to
the President, Canadian Pacific Rail
way, 83 Ninth Ave., Calgary, Alberta,
40, SO OR 160 ACREP good, heavy soil,
wen settled part of Toad county. Minn.;
good roads, schools and churches; price,
$16 to $20 per acre; terms, $1 per acre
cash, balance $1 per acre a year; 6,000
acres to select from; agents wanted; will
make low railroad rata to Inspect.
1026 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
200 ACRES with good set buildings; fenced;
iou acres in crop; ncn, oiac 10am sou;
18 miles to St. Paul; 8 miles from city.
$7,000 will handle. Johnson Land Co.,
Stillwater, Minn. '
CHEAP FARMS- -Any size, easy terms, In
tne oeautitui uzarxs or Dent county. Mo.
W. 8. Frank, 201 Neville Block, Omaha.
FOR SALE Improved 1,400-acre ranch lo
cated 1 mile from good town on main line
U. P. R. R. in Cheyenne Co., Neb. Price
117.50 per acre. Write for Illustrated book
let H. C. Casselman, Sidney, Neb.
North Dakota Lands.
IMPROVED farms down In southeastern
North Dakota ; Ransom and LaMoure
counties; many with good buildings, some
with stock, machinery and growing crops;
$36 to $76 per acre; special Inducements.
Write for Hit. John W. Norton Co., 466
Bhubert Bldg., St. Paul. Minn.
GET literature and maps on the cheapest
gooa iana in unuea states.
BAKER A TILLOTSON.
16th and Douglas Sts.. Omaha. Doug. 1188.
FARMS, acreage and city property for sale
iiu mig, v., n. vuiuuh, auw wanueiS
Theatai Bldg. Doug. 6916.
Turn old furniture, household fronds
and clothing into cash with a Bee
Want Ad. .
FARM LAND WANTED
HAVE cash buyers for two or three medium
si sea terms in west lows or east Ne
braska Thomas Campbell. Keellne Bldg.
'Want Arls ntvr chtrlr tli;-
they will get results, if anything will.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
PIGEONS pay far better thaji chickens;
jjni.i,uM uV , iuuo mmce neeaea 10
start; free book explains all. Majestic
Squab Co., Dept. 91, Adel, la.
Just Received: Mexican Baby Parrots, the
mi unco ui 1110 icason. b and 112. Max
vciigr mra kq., n tarnam St.
PERSIAN KITTENS. Baldwin Cattery,
Screenings, $1.26 per 100 lbs. 801 N. J6th St
Motorcy a and Bicycles
HARLEY-DAVIDSON MuTURC YOLKS, Bar.
sain in ubvu mac nines, victor Koos, "The
Motorcycle Man," 2V08 Leavenworth.
TWIN Indian. Motorcycle, two speed, good
iTT. ,. I. puutn- vib 8. 18th.
Real Estate Loans and Mortgages.
We are ready at all times to
make loans on first-class city
property and eastern Nebras
ka farms. Rates on request
UNITED STATES TRUST CO,
212 South 17th St
JlealJSstate Loansand Mortgages
MONEY TO LOAN ON
Apartment hous.s, duubl. brink hous..
slnftl. housss. business prop.rty and (arm
lands at 6 pr cut. 6 per cent . pr oL
Ill Keeltn. Bids. Douglas 1S4I.
I PKR CENT to 6 per cent on best class city
residences In amounts 12.000 up: also
rarm loans. Heasonsble commissions.
PETKRS TRUST CO.. 1621 Karnsm St.
OMAHA homos. Eust Nebraska (arms.
O'KEKKB REAL ESTATB CO.,
101 Omaha Nat'l Phon. Douglas ITU.
MONEY to loan on Improved (arms and
ranone. we also buy good (arm mort.
gages. Kloke Iny. Co.. Omaha.
REAL ESTATE loans. Blipercent. 6.1
D. H. BUCK A CO.,
ll Omsha Nat. Bank.
W. T. ORAHAM.
MONEY on hand (or city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm loans, ft, 6H. I per cant.
j. . uumont a ye, lis Keenno mqg.
B i t Per Cent
THOS. L. McOARRY.
Keellne Bldg. Red ,SS.
GARVIN BROS. K.l!ir?Sa,.
MONEY HARRISON ft MORTON,
91 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
$100 to 110,000 made promptly. V. D. Weed.
Weed Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
CITY and farm loans, t, 6H, t per cent W.
T. Smith Co., 81' City National.
Stocks and Bondi.
11,000 MORTGAGE bearing 7 per cent semi
annual, secured by property valed 13,300.
Ta Image -Loom is Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
Abstracts of Title.
riliarant.a.O Abstract Co. We can bring
UUdl iAllLCtJ do your abstract on
short notice. R. T, Patterson Bldg. D. I47.
Title, Guarantee and Abstract
Co., a modern abstract office.
SOB S. I7th St. Tel. D. 687.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of.
iice m ieDrasKR. zus uranaeis rneater.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
COMB up this weeK if you want a good
uaea car at a bargain.
Studobaker, 4-cyllnder $350
1911 Cadillac 800
Two 1913 Overlands, each 300
Four Ford touring c,ara $300 to 826
One Chevrolet roadster 8D0
Chalmers roadsters 850
1912 Maxwell truck 250
Two Bulck Trucks, each 100
Two 1914 Maxwell touring cars, each 800
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
THE AUTOMOBILE WONDER.
Make a ton truck out of your Ford oar.
Everybody Is buying this "Form-a-Truck."
It solves your delivery problem and sells
like wild fire. Agents wanted. For par
ticulars see or writs JOHNSON-DAN-
r OKTH CO.. 1529 N. lMh.
Is only protection. Is preparing against
some unexpected emergency. Buy your au
tomobile Insurance of ,
K1LLY. ELLIS A THOMPSON,
813-14 City Nat Bank. Doug. 3819.
2209 Farnam. Douglas 3310.
Michigan Speedster $!7S
Velle Speedster 800
Kissel Car Speedster 600
Hup Roadster 176
USfciD CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY-O'BRIEN AUTO CO-1814-16-18
Wh, will trade yuu new Ford for your old
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO,.
20th and Harney. Doug. 8361.
FOR SALE 1913 Cadillac. In first class con-
dltlon throughout. Address B 278, Bee.
HAVE $600 equity in 40 ft. lot. Field club
district, will trade for Ford In good con
dition. Address C 177, Bee.
Walter Anderson, expert rep'g electric and
puticriea, atorase. -m r arnam. v. ssiy.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
DON'T throw away old tires. We make one
new tire rrom 2 old ones and save you 60
per oent 2 in 1 Vulcanising Co.. 1616 Dav
enport St.. Omaha. Neb. Douglas 2814.
30x3-IN 16.76; 30x3U, $8.76. Other Sixes In
proportion. Duplex Tne Co., 3618 Farnam
REBUILT, $2.00 TO $6.00.
DUO TIRE CO., 1611 CHICAOO ST.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
810U r inward It.
mas tie to we can't repair.
nv,.irif-for -10 N 18th.
NEB. Auto Hadlator Repair Service and
prices rig ft t ais b. ith St D. 7R90.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Ralph R. Wohlford and wife to Mrs.
John. H. Show, Thirty-fifth street,
ninety -eight feet north of Arbor
street, east side, 49x133 street 83.000
Ben Handler and wife to Johanna
orghofT, w lnut street, 1 1 6 feet
west of Twenty -eighth street, north
Bide, 38 1-3x113,5 feet 1
Joseph Smejkal and wife to Adela
ovfljaa, r msemn street, 138 reel
north of William street, east side,
25x139 feet 1.800
Culver Investment company to Paul
Wlrthschafter, Cspitol avenue, 198
feet eaat of Twenty-seventh avenue,
south side, 33x116 feet 1
Builders' Investment company to Jen
nie it.. Jjownng. Maple street, 200
feet west of Thirty-eighth street
south side, 60x120; Maple street,
160 feet east of Fortieth street,
south side. 50x120 600
Elizabeth J. Neely to Mamie F. Sage,
southeast corner Burnham and Hop
kins street. 128x400; Leroy street,
200 feet south of Hopkins Street,
west side; southwest corner Leroy
and Hopkins street, 118x160; all in
Benson : . , 8,800
Nels J. Skogman and wife to Anna
N. Eckman, southeast corner Twenty-first
and Hoctor Boulevard, 4Sx
136 feet 1
Emilia J. Skogman to Anna N. Eck- '
man, southeast corner Thirty-fifth
and Pine. 44 1-8x132 feet 1
Emilia J. Skogman to Anna N. Eck-
man, Pine street, 89.6 feet east of
Thirty-fifth street 44x132 feet 1
Emilia J. Skogman to Anna N. Eck-
man, Twenty-seventh street, US
feet north ef Mason, West aide, 66x
148.6 feet 1
William H. Plainer and wife to George
& Co., southssst corner Forty -flrst
and Fowler avenue. 60x137 feet 676
R, F. Kloke to Amelia Kloke. Thirty-
fourth street, Zoo teet south ot Dav
enport street west side, 60.2x186
R. F. Kloke and wife to Mona K.
Clarke, Thirty-fourth street, zoo reet
south of Davenport street, 60.2x126
Everett R. Hendricks and wife to
Tony Marchess, et al, Twenty-fourth
street, seventy-Qve feet south of
Sprague street, west side, 26x122
William J. Holts, administrator, to
Abraham Haddad, undivided one
half Pacific street, 182 feet east
of Thirteenth street north side. 83x
132 feet 800
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Bankers Savings and Loan Associa
tion will be held at its office, 1606 Farnam
street, Wednesday evening, July 12, at $
CHINESE TONQ TAKES IN
MANY OMAHA MEMBERS
njsrtii. m at m haira r( tli. l
t.v.u . w ..aw"., v. in- unci naiiunai
organization of the On Leong tonir.
cafe Wednesday afternoon while the
parade was passing.
Wing Ting, organizer, who came
here recently from Chicago, was the
principal speaker. He tofd the other
Dinisae aUnl tit .. 1. at--
vvii iv ui mc or
ganization in the Chinatowns of Chi-
frtn ai4 KT.... ...1 n
5" mcw urn, wncrc un
Leongs are particularly strong.
Wfiativgi mav K i.niv n.aJ . n.
Want Add will get it for you. '
M, P. Starts Work
Damaged by Fire
The Missouri Pacific has a large
force of men at work r. pairing and
reconstructing that portion of the Lo
cust street viaduct recently destroyed
by fire. The worV is to be pushed
with the intention of having the struc
ture ready for traffic not later than
In the rebuilding of the Locust
street viaduit about 600 feet of the
east end of the structure will have
to be supplied -ith steel, the former
set having been badly warped by the
heat. Temporarily this will be left
in place and taken out later. In the
meantime, the floor will be replanked
and leveled up and put in condition
for use. Later, the warped steel will
be removed and new put in its stead.
The timbers and most of the plank
for the floor have arrived, and the
new steel has been ordered from the
mills in Milwaukee.
Hackett Wants City
To Pay for Trousers
He Tore in the Park
Fifty dollars for personal injuries
and $35 for sartorial depreciation is
the modest claim filed against the
city by James P. Hackett, secretary
of the Central Investment comoanv.
The alleged injuries are listed as fol
lows: Both wrists skinned, one knee
bruised and strained, other wrist
strained and other knee injured.
Mr. Hackett states he was about to
pursue the obiquitous golf ball over
the Miller park links when he stum
bled over a stake near the pavilion.
He tore ihe trouserse of a new suit
for which he paid $35.
The claim will be referred to the
city legal department for settlement.
j Come in Special
The singers who will participate in
the festival to be given by the Swed
ish Singers' union will begin to arrive
in Omaha Sunday. The Chicago dele
gation of 150 will come on a special
train'over the Milwaukee. The Min
nesota and South Dakota delegations
will arrive early Monday morning
over the Great Western and North
western, while those from Nebraska,
Iowa, Kansas and Missouri will come
later in the day.
The first meeting of the union is
called for Monday afternoon and the
second for the evening. At the lat
ter it is expected there will be close
to 1,000 singers in the chorus, be
sides a number of prominent soloists.
The gathering of the singers here is.
promoted by the Norden Singing so
Changes to Be Made
For . the City Dads
The plans for remodeling the city
hall provide that the water depart
ment shall occupy the space now used
by the city clerk on the main floor,
and the clerk will be moved to the
basement, which will be the first
floor after the changes have been
made. Entrance from Farnam afreet
will be from the sidewalk instead ot
bv means of stens as at oresent. Ele
vators and first floor will be lowered
to the basement. The boilers will be
taken out and all basement space
will be used for office purposes. Bids
tor the work will be asked for with
in a few days.
CASS SCHOOL GIVES FINE
The graduating class of Cass
school gave a Shakespeare program
as a formal leave-taking of their
school. A bust of Caesar was pre
sented to the school. The following
took part in scenes from "As You
Like It," "The Merchant of Venice,"
"The Tempest," "Hamlet" and
"Julius Caesar:" Emil Olson, Keith
Damon, Gerald Michael, Bessie
Friedman, Minnie Bird, Elden Huff,
Sarah Segelman, Sarah Kesselman,
Charles Krider, Pearl Firsht, Ethel
Brown, Ida Telpner, Arthur Shal
kofski and Harold Farber.
Superintendent Graff presented a
banner won by the school in the tn
terschool athletic tests, and Charles
Harding presented a silver trophy
for first place in the fall athletic
MAN DIES FROM INJURIES
RECEIVED IN A FALL
The Secret & Submarine
Rudolph Breiner, 28 years old, 845
South Twenty-fourth street, died
at St. Joseph's hospital yesterday
from injuries received Wednesday
evening when the railing of a second
story porch at 3824 Sherman avenue
collaps. and precipitated him and a
companion, Rudolph Kunz, to the
Breiner suffered a fractured skull
and internal injuries, Kunz' injuries,
consisting of severe bruises about the
face and body, are considered serious
The men were sitting on the railing
of the porch when suddenly it gave
way, Breiner striking his head on the
sidewalk in the fall.
Breiner, who is a single man, had
been visiting his mother. He intended
departing for the west this morning.
SALOONS ARE CLOSED
WHILE PARADE PASSES
Superintendent Kugel of the police
department compliments the saloon
men who closed their placet along the
line of march Wednesday afternoon.
"The absence of disorder waa a no
table feature of the parade. With
30,000 people in line and thousands
along the way, I want to aay that it
was the most orderly and good
natured crowd I ever saw," said the
GUARDIAN APPOINTED FOR
REPUTED WEALTHY PALMIST
County Judge Bryce Crawford has
appointed Attorney John H. Gross
man guardian for Mrs. Henrietta F.
Peters, aged palmist, who lives at
2454 South Seventeenth street.
The old woman is possessed of con
siderable fortuna, it is said, and is not
able to take care of it properly. Her
husband, Joachim Peters, asked tin-
court to appoint the guardian.
E. Alexander Powell "
Tlahtlai la Flanoars." T. Road to Qlir "VI..
Copnlcht. ISIS, br E. Al.nad.r Pow.ll.
FOURTH INSTALLMENT. 1 dcrs half gone." he suKeested. "Then
ve can her again qvestion."
Morton lifted Cleo, who was limp
from terror, in his arms, and, descend
ing through the trap door, laid her on
the earthen floor of the cellar in the
Ascending, he closed the trapdoor
and Stephanski pulled the carpet into
place. Then the three stood silent,
awaiting the expected knock on he
door. But no knock came. Hook,
whose taxicab they had heard outside,
suddenly, without any definite reason,
had become suspicious.
"I reckon Cleo ain't got here yet,
after all," he muttered to himself.
"Before she gets here I guess I'll do a
little scouting on my own account."
Suiting the action .to the words,- he
tiptoed silently around the house. In
the rear, almost flush with the ground,
was a slanting wooden door, which
evidently gave access to the cellar. It
was fastened with a hasp and pad
lock. From somewhere behind the
door came a low moaning. It
sounded uike a child in distress.
"Now, that'a funny," meditated the
seaman. "I wonder what that noise
Author of Th. End of th. Trail.'
la Franc" tc.
l.l.ut.nsnt Jarvts Hop., 1. dntail.ri by ths
Unlt.d Stales naval board to Investigate and
report his findings on ths Invention of nr.
lUlvih Hurkn, whloh serves to bring the
submarine to a state of perfertlon. The lieu
tenant arrives In Valdavla and Is welcomed
by the Inventor and his daughter, cleo. On
the trial trip of th. Inventor's boat, a Jap
anese helper Is surprlsod In tho act of ex
amining the mechanism of the vontllatlns
device. Hops reports favorably on ths now
device, but there are other. Interested In it.
An attempt to buralarlss Dr. llurho's labora
tory falls, but later Olso finds him murdered
In his bedroom. Clso sells her father s li
brary to fet money; later shs finds a note
from which she leurns that they oontaln
the secret formula. With Hop. she races to
the auctioneer's store only to find It In
( Continued From Yesterday.)
"Has Mr. Stephanski returned yet?"
they heard Cleo ask.
"He iss back," was the answer.
Von't you come in?" i
"She's come alone," whispered Mor
ton, peeping through the curtains.
'This simplfies everything."
As Cleo stepped Into the untidy liv
ing room the first thing to catch her
eye was the laminar leather-bound
volume of which she was in search, ly
ing in the circle of light thrown by
the lamp on the table, '
"That a the book I" she cried eager
ly, and, bending over it,' turned its
leaves, one by one, from cover to cov
er. As she completed her examination
she gave a little exclamation of disap
pointment. At that moment she felt
her arms suddenly pinioned from be
hind, while a blanket was thrown over
her head, muffling her screams,
If you don t want to be hurt, atop
screaming, she heard a voice aaying.
An instant later a gag was forced into
her mouth and her hands were tied
behind her with a strip of linen.
.Now, you can take off the blank
et," said the same voice, and Cleo
found herself confronted by two pe
culiarly sinister figures, a man ana a
woman, whose faces were entirely
concealed by dark calico masks.
"Now, Miss Burke," said the wo
man, approaching until her face was
within a few inches of Cleo's, "we want
you to answer some questions. If you
answer them truthfully you will be re
leased unharmed. If you don't answer
them, or if we catch you in any lies,
you are going to have a very unpleas
ant time. It is not necessary to re
move the gag for you to answer; you
can reply by moving your head. Do
you know in which book the formula
Cleo shook her head.
"Is the formula contained in a cryp
togram?" was the next question.
"I thought as much," said the wo
man. "Will you give us the key to
Cleo shook her head vigorously;
which was her only means of saying
that she did not know it,
"Then we will have to " Olga be
gan menacingly, but abruptly stopped.
Her quick ears had caught the sound
of a motor stopping outside. The
others heard it, too.
"It's those fool friends of hers,"
snarled Morton from behind his hand
kerchief. "There'll be thunder to pay
if they find her here. Where can we
put her until they've gone?"
Stephanski threw back the carpet,
disclosing the irap door.
"Put her in der keller until der od-
While Hook wat occupied in effect
ing a burglarious entry into the cellar
Hope arrived. As he sprang from his
car he was startled by. a . piercing
scream, which apparently came from
somewhere within the house.
"Heavens!" he cried, "that sounds
like Cleo I" and, dashing up the path,
he hammreed at the door. But the
only answer waa another frenzied
shriek, filled with a woman's frantic
terror. Cleo, rolling over .until she
lay against a pile of boards, had suc
ceeded in ridding herself of the gag.
"Help! Help! Help I" she cried.
- She was answered by a crash as
Hook burst his way into the cellar.
"It's all right. Miss Cleo," he called,
striking a match. "Old Hook's here.
As he spoke there came from up
stairs the sound, of splintering wood
as the front door gave way before
Hope's ' frenzied assaults. Aa he
burst into the living room he was
confronted by Stephanski.
"That was Miss Burke screaming.
What have you done with her?" de
manded Hope, advancing upon the
cowering Russian. "Tell me where
she is, you bound, or I'll kilt you."
"I know nodding aboudt Meet
Burke," snarled Stephanski.
"Then I'll find her myself," said
Hope, advancing toward the curtain
which concealed Morton and Olga.
Olga heard a sharp, metallic click
beside her and, glancing at Morton,
saw that he held an automatic in his
band. It was leveled on the spot'
where, in 'another' instant, Hope
would appear. "I'll get that naval
fellow this time" she heard Morton
mutter savagely ....... -
"Put down that guril" , she whis
pered; "we mustn't have any murder.
It would ruin our chances of getting
the secret:- Put it down, you fool,
put it down!"
As she hissed the' last . words the
curtains were torn .aside and Hope
stood in the opening. Olga saw that
the muzzle . of the "pistol - almost
touched the other's breast; she saw
Morton's finger tighten, on the trig
ger. (To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
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