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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916.
FOR RENT HOUSES
KOOM cottage, thoroughly modern exoept
furnace; vary reaeonable- la, reeponalble
pary. Phone Harney 14. '
FOB RKriT My new atrlctly modem e
roan sangalow to family without ohtl
dran. OH Colfax 414 0r Harney 47. I
woose, 23l Brown,
it llll ORANT ST. I-r. com.. rooiiern. US.
' T; r Hall 4I Hrof Biila Poag 710a
4-ROOM cottage, gat and water, I1J. Phone
HOUiES AND COTTAGES.
4-R 1119 Carter Lake Blvd $14.00
7-r. tOlt Mo. 4ld St 16 00
7-f, 4803 Eraklne St ffr.50
.r. 8840 Charlea St..; JS0O
J. r. 1611 No. 4th St., food de
tached houae In nrat-claee real
dance Motion, hat wete haatlnf
-r. ins . I'th t
I-r. 1046 Georgia Ave
4- r 1041 Howard St 126.00
t-r. 668 Bo. 28th St. (Bargain).... 26.00
5- r. 131 So. 10th St. (brand new).. 27.60
WE HAVE OTHERS. SUE OUR COM
PLETE LIST BEFORE RENTING.
PORTER & SHOTWELL,
201 So. 17th St. Dong. 60U.
$12.60 l-room, modern except heat, $236
N. 10th St.
$27.60 l-room, mod., 2411 Davenport St
H. A. WOLF,
Peug. 1068. 614 Ware Block.
POULTRY AND OARDEN Acre and email
house, chicken, olaeon houae. $7: alao 6-
room- for colored, downtown: city water
electrlo light. Tel. D. 2107.
121 S. 27TH; 7 rooma, modern. $22.60.
2410 Chariea St., rooma. bath, $18.
JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglaa 664.
krtMF.l FOH RENT.
CREloH, SONS A CO.,
108 BEE BLDO.. POUO. 200.
FOR RENTAp'ts amd Flats
"APARTMENTS AND OARAGES.
Five rooma. atrlctly modern, ataam
heat: Janitor aervtce. oak floora and Un
ion; Ir. beat reildonea dletrlct. 81. George
apartmenta. lis w. net Ave.
Tyler 16S6. 888 Roe. Bldg.
J ROOMS and bath in -the Hollywood, near
2611 Harney, 2d floor, plenty oi win
dowar awnlnf and flower box. Very
choice and only $ per month. D. 1472.
FINE eeeam-heated apartment, either 4
or .6 rooma, on Weat Farnam atreet.
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1601 FARNAM ST.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
WEARNS PARK BARGAIN New bunga
low, I-r. and bath, built by day labor and
of the beat of material. Oak ftnteh. with
oak Score, rooma large and well arranged,
haa a number of apecial featnrea. High
grade, nxturee, full baaement, furnace,
dandy eaat front lot, only 1 blk. to car.
Price cut to $8,060, Eaay terme... .
RASPBROS. Dong. 1861.
A FINISHED PRODUCT.
TEN-ROOM BUNGALOW BLK. TO CAR.
Adjoining Clalrmont; flneat of oak An
tes, aelected oak (double floora); floora
very room; roomy oloaeta: linen eloaet;
butlt-ln featurea. Price leaa than coat to
duplicate.. Can give you beet of tarma.
Thla week only, li.160. Call
OSBORNE, 701 Oma. Nat'l Bk Bldg. D. 1414.
WEST Farnam reetdence. beat St., at 128 N.
18th Ave.; oak finlah. I bathe; 11,000.
Torino eaay. Douglaa 1147.
f ' ACRES, Inoludlng big crop btackberrlee
ana grepee, 4 milee w. w. poetotnee.
WEST FARNAM CORNEft.
Modern 8-room bungalow, with corner
vacant. Room to build two brlok flata.
a P. BOSTWICK SON.
SSTi LINCOLN BLVD. 11-room houae,
atrlctly modern, with hot water heat.
BARGAIN AT $1,800.
Weat and. nnuee and lot. 1101 Daven
port Call 148 l.tnrnln Blvd Harney 1781.
WHAT do you mean by well built? Watch
my homee -under conatructlon, then you
will know. Phone Benaon 122, F. &
' KOUNTZE PARK
W ty offer! riff today for th (Irtt
tlina tn blvtest twrgaln In modern,
new and up-to-date bungalow anywhere
In the city; very neatly arrangsd, ftnleh
ed In oak and nlcaly decotated with built
in buffet In the dining room. Nice lot
overlooking the park, with Iron fence,
flowers, ahrubbery, eta. -
This property hae eoet th owner better
than $3,750, If sold Immediately, the
price le 13,000. Investigate at once If you
want a bargain.
GLOVER & SPAIN
19-20 City National.
Six room and sleeping porch, strictly
modern, two-story bouse, colon nads open
ings; butlt-ln book cases and buffet; large
sun room; oak floors and oak finish. This
plaos was built a little over a year ago
at a eont of 15,600. The owner 1b putting
a sacrifices price on It of M.TS0 for a
short time. Lot 46x136. south front,
paved street, close to car And school, one
half block south of park. One of the
largest bargains) we have offered In the
way of a first-class home.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO MP ANT,
D. 1781, bth Floor Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
A NEW modern brick flat, 8-room apt, with
garage;' will be ready to occupy August 1.
XiOcated'at 2829 California. Tel Har. 8118,
MODERN 8-room brick flat; new electric
futures throughout. Price $30. Call Har
MODERN store, 16th St., near postofflce.
ITS per mo. O. P. Stebplne, 1610 Chicago.
fiT. CLAIR, 24th and Harney. 3-room apart
ments. Call Harney 847,
6-ROOM BUNGALOW BARGAIN.
JUST COMPLETED FINE WORKMAN
SHIP. Living room, dining room, sun parlor,
all oak finish, oak floors throughout;
bookcases, French doors, butlt-ln cup
boards: vegetable room: coal bin; full lot;
three blocks to car. This was built by
carpenter-owner; a $4,000 home for
$3,350; only $350 cash and $30 per month.
OSBORNE. 701 Oma. Nat'l Bk Bldg. D. 1474.
11 6 'No. 22d. 4-r. flat steel range, gas
plmte, water paid, $16.' 1620 Cuming. 4-r.
RASP BBU. uoug. ibm.
v '"' UTHEHLOW TERRACE.
Apartments 1 semi-basement apartment.
Phone Web. 7211.
MODERN apt., 7 rooms, $2b; near postof
flce. O. JP. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
6-ROOM modern apartment; heat andt Jani
tor service, walking distance. 812 So.
36th Ave. $40.
ij ,r 'o f a. uvapa ffi
424 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FIVE-ROOM steam-heated apartment; very
deairable. The Chula Vlata, 20th and
poppelton. Conrad Young. S22 Brandels
Theater. Doug. 1671.
MODERN apartmenta, 111 and up. Rear
poetoKlce. O. P. Stebbblna, 1810 Chloago.
FOR RENT Business Pr-p'ty
STORE ROOMS at 1800-1811 Farnam St.
Thoa. F..jiail,.ea rtamaema.. u- ""
W-BAD Bldg., 18th and Farnam; fine" aulte
of rooma; excellent light; eultablo tor
tailor or dreaamaker. .. .
Baldrlge Bldg., 20th and Farnam; two
,,. H.m taftnr Farnam 8L
. r. WEADi Wead Bldg. D. 171.
LfclUAliun; etore fouia oaeeuieut. III a
16tb St Onlr M.
CONRAD TOUNO, -It!
Brandele Theater Bldg. D. 1671.
Utllcr aim UcSB Koom.
tilSlHAfcji.h) oBlue rooma In lha remodelled
Crounae block. Ill N. lltb St (oppoelte
poatolllce), 110 to 816 per month. Conrad
Touna. zz "rnnraeip i n.,i.r. . .
Ark for the fupt
Room 108, Bee Bldg.
OFFICE room (for dentist), centrally lo
catod, 16th Bt. Wright dt Laabury. P. 168.
UfKiCci room with 'phone alio; feceptloB
room for lady P 8X6. Omaha1 Bee.
BaRN for rent. In rear of Savoy hotel, 16th
and Jackson Sts. Suitable for barn or
Carage, t6x6; two storlw and basement,
lili 40-fubt lot In front Call at hotel
MOVING AND STORAGE
- Bepat (u Utvkd rooins, tor household
gotids Hiid planus: imrniig. packing and
UU.AUA VAN.. AND STORAGE CO..
-Kir a mm siv buugias 418.
Maggard "rW JSS
Van and atorwge Co. Moving, packiug.
ifirstrc ind nhtttilnit Hhons Doug. 14HB.
Ujobe Van and Storage Co.
Vor real moving service try us. Large
i-horse, padded vans. Storage, $2 month.
gBtUfactlon guaranteed. We move'- you
QUICKER. OHUAPKR AND SAFER.
Phone 't'.vier 230 or i-'ouglas 48SH.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
ing ills N. lltb Bt Phono
Douglas 84 or websteij ettit.
MUiKL'FULll AM VAN AND
Careful attention given to orders for
- moving, packing or storage; office at Ray--mond
Furniture Co., 16U and 161S How
ard Bt Pbone U. 5G24.
Jiy h I 'li.Kpress Co., Moving
Vi IXLjLjU unuklitg and storage.
Fhone Uougias sSS fur oomplsts
list of vauaot Dousea and apart
meat; aiso for siorsge, muvtng.
10th and Jackson Bta.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurniiked Housei and Flati.
AArtTKU TO HltiNT Immediately, good 7
oi l-room no use. with garago, in Wast
Varnam district or Dundee. Must be a
drst-otsss place. Qivs full toformaUoa.
aaariss J isi. -
Furnlslied Houset and Flats.
. WANTKD-b-Preferrably In Wfcst pait of City,
nicely furnished 7 -room, light, cool and
thoroughly modern aparUnont Answer M
&vq, umana ae.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
4804 UNDERWOOD AVE.,'
. ' SOUTH FRONT.
e" roomg and bleeping porch, built about
. reara; oak floora and nnlih downatalra;
white enamel on Id floor; bullt-ln book-
eaaea -and -other featurea that make-
good home; garage with cement drive and
ntite.iheda.treea: yard fully covereil wUh
blue graaa. Owner la aaking H.S00, but
will accept beet offer made. Thla la your
unce. au ua at nca.
; HIATT COMPANY,
14I-I-I. Omaha Mat Bank, Tyler 60.
T KOUNTZE PLACE. ,
6 rooms, strictly modern bur.galow,
colonnade openings, bullt-ln bookcases.
fireplace and window seat; entire house
finished in oak, with oak floors; lot 60i
,844 feet; has nice chicken house and
fence; hae & small fruit trees, nice lawn
and paved street; 1H blocks; from oar
line; one of the classiest bungalows In
PATNfiJ INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Omaha National Bank Bldg. D. 1781.
Out-of-town owner will sacrifice. In or
der to raise money. Ft vs-room cottage,
all modern, good furnace, three large
rooms on first floor; two bedrooms and
bath upstairs; paved street; located at
1609 N. 34th St. Price cut from $2,600
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Doug. lOO. Ground Fir. McCague Bldg.
7 rooms and sleeping porch, strictly
modern, and In good condition. Price
$4,600; terms. Located. 410? N. 49th St
NORRIS & NQRRIS,
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Douglas 4270.
LOOK THIS OVER.
Near . filler park, . S rooms and bath,
strictly modern, oak finish, built-in fea
tures, full cemented basement;, fine fur
nace, laundry, paving all paid. A bar
gain for $3,650.
P, J. TEBBENS CO..
608 Omaha Nat'l Bank. Doug. 2182.
BRAND NEW Bungalow 8 r. and bath,
oak finish, has a number of special lea
turns; best of plumbing, furnace,- dandy
South front lot, 2 blocks, to car, only 16
minutes ' ride down town. Price $2;
RACP BROS,, Doug. 16K3.
One floor, 28x44 ; Quarter-Sawed oak
floor, all oak finish a brand new, ele
gant' home. Price, IM&O;- $600 down, bal-
anoe monthly, will take a clear lot or up
to-date auto. Col. 419S, Builder, 1824 Sahler
NEW, -r., absolutely modern house, beau
tiful location near umana university
equity $2,000. For cottage, land, or what?
webster-3tf. - ?
NEW bungalow, 6-room, all modern, 60-foot
lot. south front at a bargain,-only 2,7to,
near 46th and Charles. Call owner. Red
1881. -r 'A
Niii'TV all-modern, oak-flnlsbed bungalow.
- well located. .In uortb. part $2,760. Very
essv terms to good party H. 1898.
KOtlNTSsE PLACE restricted district resl-
dence for sale. -P.- V. Jtmesi, atm w. lain,
FINE FIELD CLUB
8' larsrs rooms and attlfl finished; beau
ttful fireplace; large living room with
built-in features; large airy dining room
all finished in oak downstairs; 4 bed
rooms on second floor; lot 66x110.
D. V. 8HOLES CO.,
' 216-16 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 49.
BAFKT Y riUS'i'.
FOR RULiABLJll AND SAPID
P1RB AN1 TuHNADO INdUKANCIB
C NEIL'S R- U. INS. AQBNCT,
184 BrandelP Theater Bldg. Trier ll
6-HvhjM Dungaiow, brand now, all modem,
oak floors throughout: oak finish In liv
lag and dining rooms; large, light, whit
enamel Dearooms; gooa location; resirioiea
addition. A bargain at $$,160. Easy
j BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
842 PSntun Blk.- J Dong' 1712.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 6 lots, good house.
fruit and outbuildings; fine place for
chickens; two blocks from school. Terms
right if taken quick. Mile south. Jetter's
Brewery. Tel. South 2379.
3073 S. 1STH 7-r. mud., newly-painted, pa
pered and varnished; street paved: 124.60.
Merka ft mubii. u. 667,
8-ROUM house,"' all modern,' iW sale. $620
Pacific, fhone Harney 913.
GOOD 6-room modern house WlthVfurnaee
heat . and eaat front lot, '42x120,- paving
paia tor oniy fa jvu.
' W. ti. GATES-. -
"la? Oma. Natl. Bk. Bldg. D. W. I8.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
After IMKIng at MINNS LUg aou alt.
Cerent buyera decided tt it It waa the beat
propoaltlon on tbe- market and tbey
baoa4 tbeir judgment by MU.X1NU Mu.
u Xuu will come out today you wll
anaerataoa woj otoen are .uying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO,
' S Tyler 117.
141 Omaba Nafl Bank Bldf.
CfMtNO, near 29th Bt. II or Mi mail be
.Bold to cloee eatate. Grimmel. H9 Omabg
in at 1 BanK uiag.
It FEET, 16th at, 1 bike froni viaduct,
G,600. McCague Inr. Co., McCague Bldg.
AK acre or two bougbt now In Benson Oar
. dene will make you more money than any
other kind of tnveatmenL Call, write or
phone ua, Tyler 10, for reading matter.
lemna more aooui jMneon uaraena.
HASTINGS ar ME-TOBN. Kit Harney gt
I dandy vacant lota. block to ear
una; cui u l,vuv caan tor quloa aale,
Douglaa llll. City Nat. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Go out to Lynnwood today and eeo the
beautiful lota we are eelllng from $450
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone Doug. 601. 1107-1 W. O. W. Bldg.
IMPBOVKD quarter aecttoa In aoutheaatern
peeoraaka, one mile from county aoat; tine
land, all tillable; good building.; thla la
one of the beet tarma In thla part of the
atate. For full partlculara, writ. no.
W. T. SMITH CO..
Doug. Ilia. 111-14 City Natl. Bank.
bTabT toUk Mki IN BalNSUIl
vr this uyri
lll.g down and tll.aa par month: prloe
lll,l; alia. Milll; looated ea Lnooet
St. between Clark and Burnkaaa, not
far from acbool and oar Una, UN. H
Wright, wee ofMoa. Omaha.
At the northeast earner of lid and
Webster fit., 100x135. Just east acrois the
street from the Arthur Cooley residence.
This property le restricted to the erection
of one fine reetdence. Not another corner
In Dundee that Is similarly restricted and
as welt located can be bought far the
money. Only one block to street car and
overlooking Happy Hollow circle and the
Tyler USB. 133 Hose Bldg.
leth and Farnam Sts.
Six-room strictly modern home In thm
dee. Oak fin Inn and oak .floors through
out. Large living room running the full
length of houit. Built-in book ossec
fireplace and window seats. Full cement
basement, furnace heat; lot 601 SO, on
paved street, block and a half to car line,
three blocks and a half to Dundee school.
Owner of property expects to be trans
ferred to another city by the first of next
month. Willing to price this property.
Well worth your time to investigate.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
D, 1731, 6th Floor Omsha Nat. Bank Bldg.
DUNDEE 6-room modern bungalow. Built
by us 13.760. On easy terms.
W L. 8BLBY V SONS Phone Doug. 111.
Dundee bunaaTow. Walnut 116.
Dundee lot. im. Walnut USA.
3Uj screw near Dundee Walnut llll.
THRRB ACRES FOR -SALE.
One-hit If orchard, one-hslf alfalfai high,
sightly, smooth land; Blrkhouser's addi
tion platted, IS city lots, cheap; near
two 'street car lines. Tel. Walnut UJI.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
THE remarkable increase in BED Want
Ada can be traced to only one source--good
results at iesa cost than any other
. 20,101 MORE
PAID WANT AD8
Id first flvs months of 1911 than ta
Same Period in 1S16.
PARMS. Ranches, Residences. Apartments,
Merchandise stocks, income of alt kinds.
Can match any deal of merit
J. A. ABBOTT. 4 Patterson Blk., Omaha.
4bR. apt.' house to exchange for land,
rental. ini c ear. win assume mortgage.
J. L. Barber, Keeline Bldg. Tyler 1710.
IARMtS, ranches, city propertyT acreage "and"
investments lor eais ana exenange.
Morgan. 111 Cuming St Doug. 1461.
CAN sell or exchange anything you have
to offer, c. J. canan. Mcuague mag.
EQUITY in good 9-r. house for Cottage;
worth li.ioo. Colfax 10611 after 10 a m.
HOTEL and furniture at Dallas, B. D.;
exchange. D. 8707. Toiana TTumnuu.
REAL ESTATE Investment
FARNAM STREET LOT
41.8 feet front with valuable Improve
ments, on Farnam St., near tn Bt
Price. $31,000. Relatively cheaper than any
other close-in Farnam at. property.
3. H. DUMONT At CO
418-18 Keeline Bldg. Phone Doug. 890,
CASH dividends Jan. 1st and July 1st are
distributed to saarenoiaera in nome
ttullriftra and they are guaranteed 7 pot.
Shareholders are secured by mortgages
on Omaha property new homes. Nothing
safer, investigate, humjs HuiLuj-na,
INC., 17th and Douglas St., Omaha.
mi, ' i-oi-.i ita'v ln U 1 1 n UlAm.
Real estate, city property, large rancbss
REAL ESTATE B'ne Pr'ty
OOUl el 1" a.nw fl ' "
once, ajan tcwioii v
FOR SALE 384x132, faces three streets
near new rora duiiuuir, ipiruuiu
facturlng site. Address, B'411, Bee.
Kcai ttate Loans anJ 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.
Apartmsnt houses, double brlok houses,
single houses, business property and farm
land at e per cent, 6 Vs per cent I pr ot
138 Keeline Bldg Douglas 1841
annual, seuurea ujr vtvpvt i vmuca.
.. . .. ... , . i r w n
ti.toV. IttilimSB-lvOOtuiB ill. V.V,, I. v.
w. a lag.
b FivU CbN't' lu per cent on best class olty
residences in amount SMUit up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO., 182 Farnam Bt
OMAHA ttomes. East Nebraska arras,"
1018 Omaha Nat'l. Phono Douglas ITU.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches, we also buy gooa iarm mori'
gages, moke lnv. Co.. Umana.
HJilAL ESTATE loans, six per cent See
U. ML BULK
til Omaha Nat Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM,
MONEY 00 hand for city and
. farm loans. H. W. Binder, City .
National Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm loans. 6, 8 per cent
J. H. DUmont A Co., 4l neenne iag.
i6 8 Per cent
THUS. L. McOARRY,
Keeline Bldg. Red 4344.
CITY loans a specialty. Lowest rates. First
Trust Co., u. iin. iu pp. urn pl.
Lt'l Bank Bidt
R n MONEY HAKRISUN & MORTON,
u in Omaha Nat aann atng.
IliiO to l'l 0,000 made promptly. V. D. Wead,
Wead Blag., letn ana rirnim aim.
Abstracts of Title.
( 'imfnntno Abstract Co. We can bring
iJUaraXitcc down your abstract on
short jotlca. R. 7, Patterson "ta-
Ia-- Title, Guarantee abd A Detract
xvcil Co., a modern abstract ofOo.
90B 8. 17th at Tel. D, 8487.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldeet abatraot .of
fice in Nebraska. 8V8 Brandels Tneater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Colorado land excursions, expens i paid C
L. Nethaway. Florence. Neb. Florence 288
FOR SALE OR TRADE Oood clear 180
acres, located la best part of St. Johns
county, Florida. Address T-4 ass.
New York Lands.
IF you want reliable Information anti 'its
scrintlons of tood New York state farms.
write us. Church A- Church, ttstablUbed
1871, Canandalgua, N. T.
mate; pure water; rich Soil; reasonable
prices ; gooa itrnu. rwis n. nturn
CHEAP FARMS -Any sis, easy terms. In
tbe beautiful usaraa of uent eounty, ho.
w. a. Frank, JQi Nevme muck.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
i, 600-ACRE ranch south Cherry county.
Plenty of hay. Olve away price of 18.76
per acre. Buy this and make yourself
IS Keeline Bldg.
k 1MB ALL Co, section, 'suitable for stock
and farming: near Dla and, Potter. lis.AQ
fier acre. A Dumber si ether bargains
n Kimball Co.
georgs Q. Wallace, 111 Keeline Bldg.. Om,
480 ACRES Keith Co. land for sale, or will
trade lor good, clean 'lock of dry goods,
grorettea or gents furnishings t 11,008
worth af improvements on place; priced
right; 4,000. W. N. Orcutt, Bel mar. Neb.
FOR BALE Choice cut-ever hardwood
lands, Florence county, In traota of 40
aores up to 18,008 acres. If you want
land for a home or for investment write
ua Prices and terms reasonable.
PETER M OOVERN LAND CO.,
dT "'literature and maps ou lbs aheapeot
g i iano m umteo state
18th and Douglas tits.. Omaha, Dottg 1188,
WM WILL TAKE THIRST CHOP
In payment for our land, black sandy
loam soil, ample rainfall, close to good
markets, in the heart of one of the best
farming districts m the Ufitt4d states.
Write or call for particulars. '
W. T. SMITH CO, 814 Omaha Nat.Omaha.
AAMs. acreage and ult ttrvpefij or te
and eaoaange. C. It Coin lis. sv strandeis
Theater Bldg. Doug. ISIS,
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
pTgeonS pay" far better than chickens ;
si ways penned up; little space neeaea io
start; free book eiplains atl. Majestic
squab Co.. Dept. II, Aflehia.
FOR BALK alice'ptlonally fine Irish water
spaniel puns I months old. wm, Distei-
norst Leenars, wen.
FRE3U aquatic plants for your fish globe,
leo. wm Keep rum neaiiny. kajl.
QE18LER BIRD CO.
Screen In ga, SI. 88 nsr 18 iOa. 01 H. Uth 9tT
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
F r Sale.
HAT, 18.10 ton. A. W Wumr. 8ftl V 18.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
SEE these used cars this wsek, as tbey
must do soia;
llll Cadillac, l-passenger.
1918 Maxwell, l-passenger.
1811 Maxwell, truck.
1916 Crow Elkhart touring.
1911 Chalmers, roadster.
1913 Overland, touring.
1916 Detrolter, touring.
1I1S Studebaker, touring.
1814 Maxwell, touring.
1918 Ford, touring.
lftlf Ford, roadster.
1913 Ford, touring.
1913 Studebaker, "8.V 7-pssssngar.
llll Overland, 6-passenger,
1912 International, 6-passenger.
1918 Chevrolet roadster.
1913 Bulck, roadster.
W14 Detrolter, 6-passenger.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
1316 Farnam. Doug. 888.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
H. VTSmlth et at. to Elisabeth Gib
son, Karl street, Benson. 100 fee:
east of Leroy avenue, south slds, lex
William H. Haas and wife to Myrtle
DeDlianey, Laird street 10
eaat of Nineteenth street, south aide.
ANOTHER GRIST OF
Judge Kubat Puts the Kibosh
on Drivers Who Ignore the
City's Traffio Rules.
SOME SCENARIO IS THIS
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
3208 Farnam. Doug. 3310.
1914 Cadlllao Touring, sacrifice.
Kissel Kar Speedster .1460
Velle Speedster 1800
1916 Reo Touring 1300
ftfust sell all our s4iond-hand automo
biles within 1 80 days. hava several
makes and are giving better values than
1.29-11-88. ltttR St
For arreat and conviction o( thlet who
teal, your car while Ineured by,
KII.LT. KLL1B THOMPSON.
fll-l. City Nat. BkBiag. Doug, ml.
STEVENS' Touring, cheap; good ehepa.
. . CARLISLE .
IM Tint Nat. Bank. '
Douglaa 1100. Harney J.67 iunday.
$400 will buy three good tourlnge care,
all in running .roar, original coat ana.
17,000. .Don't writ, or pbene, aom. at
onoe, you will know If you want to buy
or net. Canan McCague Bldg
US10O CAK BAJKOaUMf JtX
jaUlU" Uy-U'BUUiN AUTO OO.
1114-H-ll rarnaen BL
WB wUI trad, you a ww Vor Mr your etc
INDUSTRIAL OABAOB OCs.
0th and Harner. Ooiit !.
FIVB-paaaenger auto, a bargain at $4S0;
will take it caan It takes at onoe. all
1 (A woodland glade tn the offing
can be mm the eld farmhouae. lowing
kin, ducking ducka, uiiMphlatlcatod
ehlck.n and other vegetable.), Agd
father tendering hi, young eon 11.10, pete
him on the ohoulder, and eaya: "Take
this, my boy, watrh out for allckera and
ehun th, bright llghta." rather and eon
ahak, handa, and boa trudgee elowly
down the road. Cut!
ClMeun on gailng at th. I 10 In hi,
hand, .lowly ahaka, hie head. A tear
trickle, down the aid. of hie fan. He
wiahea th. M.so war. nor.. Fade out.
steM Ti yaar. later). Son he, be.
com. corpulent tram a pork barr.1 diet.
HI. general appearance Indicate, that he
haa not ahunned the altcker,. but haa
bean teaching- them th, Intrlcaeta, of the
threa.abell game. Ha la at prMnt stand
ing befor. Judga Charlea Kubat tn police
"Talc, th!,, Aid an,n aay, the Judga, .land
ing him a dupltcat, of a ldg to ob
serve the traffio regulations, "watch out
for sllpa, and mind the bright llghta 11
and coats." Son look, remtnleoent. (Cut
back to Seen, 1 and close up. Back t.
Scene I, Son smiles wryly and mutters,
"Almost Father's very words.")
Clnasup (Son takes same Is. 10 from his
pocket, that Fathes gave him ten years
ago. Hs gases at it anC slowly shake.
his head. A tear trlcklea down the sMN
of his faos. Hs wtahes It were leas.)
The moral of this scenario is obvi
ous. "Spend Father's $3.50 as toon as
you reach the suburbs, or in later
years keep the soft pedal on your
Among those who had no such tern
to guide them are the following, who
were fined from $l'to $10, principally
it. violation of the auto light ordi
H. Borsky, Paxton hotel; R. Ritter,
211 North Eiehteenth street: u Jen
sen, Twenty-second land Brown
utreets: J. Hattito. 607 Soutti inir.
teenth street; L. G. Swanson, 201
Union Pacific headquarters; Harvey
'.o'wne, 2616 L street; I. Hirsch, 715
South Twentieth streets I. A. Wnalen,
424 "North Thirtv-eiehth street: E. J.
F.unkett, 1405 South Eighth street;
W. L. Keys, 1501 William street; J.
W. Hutson, 2423 North Forty-fifth
avenue: J. 1. Keed, 4yu arnam
street; J. K. bivie, south .twenty-seventh
street; J. B. Kendes, 622
North Twenty-second street; L. L.
Pray, city; a. U 1-eat, US bouth
Twenty-sixth street; R. George, 2411
iVason street; r.. L. Newcomb. 4..14
South Twelfth street; I. Raffman,
1607 California street: T. N. Km.
2201 Ohio street; A. Huth, 5320 North
Twenty-eighth street; T. W. Russell,
Sherman apartments; H. H. Bryan,
leos Bur. ette street; a. X. Paulson,
Eighteenth and Center streets; T. G.
Hunt, citv: S. B. Eostein. Twentv-
fifth and Cuming streets; C. M.Bond,
818 South Nineteenth street; C A.
Baker, 1518 South Thirty-second aye
rue: I. Hewrwitz. 1502 North Twen
ty-fifth street; R. Olson, 504 North
Twenty-second street; A. Siakin.2212
Farnam street; ueorge Vinton ana
W. C. Johnson, city.
LifjDtftnant Jsvi-vlsi Han, la (4 tut .11 .A ttv th
Unit Btata navt board to lavMttfat and
report hit flndtniri on the Invention of Dr.
Ralph Burkt, which aervet to brine the iub
marina to a atate of perfection. The lieute
nant arrive in Valdavta and la welcomed by
the Inventor and hie daughter, Clea. On the
trial trip of the Inventor boat, a Japaneae
helper le eurDrlaed In the act of eiamlnina-
4he mechanism of the ventilating device.
nope reporia levoraniy on ine new aevioe.
but there are o there tntereeted tn It. An
attempt to burg-tar tie Dr. Burlte'e laboratory
fade, but later Cleo flndi bim murdered In
his brdroom Cko lelle her father'! bouke to
fet money; later ehe find a iote from
which the learna that thev conUIn the
eeeret formula. With Hop aha race to
the auatloiiasttr'a atora. ankv la find It In
flamee, Olga Ivanoff and Qarald Morton.
two ipiea in anarch of the formula, attempt
tv cr tture Cleo when the calU at the houie
af Stephanehl. the anarchist. Hope ruehea to
ner aia; Morton enoota at aim but the bullet
hits a bomb, In the cellar, which explode.
StepheneM die in the wreok of hit house:
the others escape. Hope and Cleo attend
a ball at Mr. Delmara. whose nephew hae
two of th mlsstnt books. Mahlln, a spy,
attempt to steal th hooka, but la die
covered by Hope; In th excitement that
follows the booka disappear. Uahlln escapna
Hop and Cleo take a boat tor an Island
out In th bay. , The conspirators follow in
other boats. Mkhlln and the Jap turn out
the Island light. Morton's boat with the
countess strike a strny mine In th bay.
After a violent storm Hop and Cleo arrive
on a strange Island and diet-over that th
man they hunt is hers, But Mahlln and the
Japanea also reach th island and put up
a fight for th booka. They eaoap from
Hop but return and dynamita th ohack.
(Continued From Yesterday.)
FRANKLIN roadster, running condition.
1911 model, 1160. Anarew laurpny Bon.
WANTED Used Ford, mechanically right.
2 or 6-passenger j terms I10Q down, 60 per
month; fully secured. Answer by Satur
day. Address J-i9, Bee.
Am Repairing and Paintir
10 reward for magneto w can't repair.
UOlia repaira. oayeanrter, lie n. idtq,
NflB. Auto Kadlator Repair Servloa ad
price right mi iota Bt. v. Ti
Auto Tires and Supplies.
DON'T thro away old urea. W mak one
now tire from H old one and eav yon s
par cent. I In 1 Vulcanising Co.. 1S1 Dav
import St.. Omaha. Neb. Douglaa 111.
vUxH-iN.. Itt.Jft. HUxsH, M.7I. Uther sites
In proportion. Duplex Tire Co.. 1618 Kar
AUTO TIRfilB ,
ft B BUILT. (Iff TO tl.H,
DUO T1R1C CO.. 1411 CHJCAOO ST
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
FOR SALE 1914 two-speed twin-cylinder
Excelsior motorcycle, with Roger side
car, equipped witn r res to tanK, Deaa and
tall light; practically new; 1160 cash
takes il Address r w, see.
HAhLKT-DAVlUbUN UUTOHCYoLEB. Bar
gain In used machines. Victor Rooa, "If
Motnroyoi Han." vvos Leavenworth.
BICYCLE, "good" condition';' cheap. 1601 Dav
enport. Harney 1170.
l.U SINGLE INDIAN. 7. V. kalUtt. Ill
a tld Ave. Call Walnut S170.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Oliver d. Hardy to Barker company,
Forty-fifth itreet, B0 feet north of
Miami street, west side, 100x142...
Mary R. Glasgow, execullx, et al. to
Mary A. Balohlavek, Twenty-third
street, 80 ft north of N street,
west, aide, 40x160 1
Albert Drummond to B. J. Drummond
and Ife, Thirty -flret street, 16 feet -north
of Can te liar street, east side,
James M. Prlnoa and wife) to M. M.
Morrlsey et al C street, 60 feet
north of Cuming street, west aid,
Stanley B. Lolovsky and wife to Frank
Hajek, northwest oornar Twentieth
and P street, undivided interest,
John B. Letovsky and wlf to Frank
Hajk, northwest comer Twentieth
and I' streets, tindlvldod interest,
Libbl Letovsky Smid to Fre.nk Hajek,
northwest corner Twentieth and P
streets, undivided M Interest, 100x1 JO
Mlloftlna Letovsky Buresh to Frank
Hajek, northwost corner Twentieth
and P streets, undivided interest.
Anna A. Bourne to Nora fl. Mather,
Orand avenue, ifU feet west of For
ty-thlrd street, north sido, 66x135..
F. J. McShano jr.. sheriff, to Frank H.
Bartlett, Bedford avenue, bO feet
wist Af Thirty-fourth avenue, 60xlSH
Era it us A. Benaon and wife to Wel
ter h. Miller, Douglas street, 14s
' fet aast of Forty-tlghth strost,
, north side, 48X1S8 6
Barker company to Frank R. Kurtf,
northwest corner Thirtieth and Myr
tie avenue. 7x64
Fred Brammer and wife to Rasp
Bros., southwest corner Thirty
fourth avanu and Taylor street,
Boulevard Park Improvement oompanr
to Rasp Bros., Sahler street. 110 feet
east of Florenc bovlevard, north
Emma F. Prior and husband to Andy
Hi-hatfer, Arthur, street, Benson, 800
ff-et east ef ErWln street, north side,
The Secret Submarine
By E. Alexander Powell
AutW f Th. 14 el Ike Tratt." "Flgktssg tat Flantara.- TV. RmS ta Ctvr -Vtn e, :
rranM. .as. Mpjrrigni. lviov ay b. alwiauif rmrnvu
Wild Bull Dogger N
Tells of the Dangers
Of His "Profession"
Hope and Cleo reached Sandsboro
on the noon train, and, after a let
urelf lunch on the terrace of the
Hotel Arbor, started bd the orinci'
pal thoroughfare of the little town
to call on Doctor Owen. Thus it
chanced that Satsuma, coming out-of
a cigar store, suddenly stopped
agnsst, tor. standing along the od
posite side of the street, pausing now
ana tnen to look into the shop win
dows. was the couole that he sud
posed had perished in the dynamited
shack on the island, . Keeping far
enough behind them so that there
was no danger of his being recog'
nlied, Satsuma followed Hope and
Cleo along the business street of the
town and so out into the residential
district, past block after block of
vine-clad cottages set far back on vel
vet lawns, until at last they stopped
before the bungalow of Doctor Owen.
Peering cautiously from behind a tree
on the opposite side of the street,
Satsuma saw Hope ring the door bell,
saw him exchange a few words with
the maid, and, upon receiving what
was evidently a negative answer, saw
him write a few lines upon his card,
leave it with the maid and depart.
The Japanese waited until Hope
and Cleo had been gone twenty min
utes: then he bodly approached the
house and rang the bell.
"I'm Lieutenant Hope's valet," he
said, speaking in the sing-song in
tonation peculiar to Oriental domes
tics to the maid who opened the door,
and who,- he noted, waa dressed for
the street. "He sent me to get the
note he leave here a little while back.
Say to tell doctor he has changed
mind and will telephone him." His
manner was that of a well-trained ser.
vant and the unsuspecting maid
handed him the card without demur..
Not until he was out of sight of the
house, however, did Satsuma venture
to examine it. It was one of Hope s
visiting cards and on it he had
scrawled in pencil:
Dear Doctor Uwen:
Am sorry to have missed you.
Should you return in time will
you give me the pleasure of din
ing with Miaa Burke and myself
at the Hotel Arbor at eight this
evening.. And may I trouble
you to bring along Fitrmaurice's
book, regarding which I wired
you yesterday. We will wait (or
you in the palm room.
When Satsuma. hastening back to
the little hotel where he and Mahlin
had taken rooms, reported to his em
ployer that Hope and Cleo had, in
some unaccountable fashion, escaped
death on the island and that they
Bill Pickett, colored, the dare devil
who originated the wild west atunt
of bull dogging a steer, has arrived
in Umana to take part in tne wiia
west exhibition that is to be given by
Charley Irwin, under the auspices of
Ak-Sar-Ben at the Douglas county
fair grounds next week.
Pickett introduced this feature of
wild west stunts a number of years
ago, when roping and riding ateers
had grown rattier stale to the general
public. It occurred to Pickett that
if he could get a steer by the horns
and give him the right kind of a twist,
he could throw him bare handed. As
the steers on the range in Oklahoma
did not stand still to wait for Bill to
take hold of their horns, Bill had to
pursue them on horseback at a full
gallop. v The only way then to get
hold of the horns was for the rider
to throw himself bodily off the horse
and land all sprawled out on the neck
and horns of the galloping steer.
This Bill did, and he succeeded In
wrestling the brute to earth.
Then a new epoch in wild west en
"Bill, it's a wonder you ain't been
killed long ago," said Dad Weaver
as he looked the dusky wild west man
over this morning.
Well, sun, you know, suh, re
plied Pickett, "I ain't never been
killed yet, but I'se been most mighty
trampled a good many times."
Charley Irwin's special train of
forty cars of wild west frontiersmen,
horses and cattle, and the rest of the
equipment, has arrived.
Mike Shonsy of Clarks, Neb., one
of the judges of the various contests,
is here. Joe Morton jof Sioux City,
secretary of the fair association there,
is on hand. He will act as timekeeper
during the performances next Thurs
day, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Identify Man Who
Drowned at Beach
As D. E, McMurray
T. B.ysart of Dysart & Dysart,
attorneys. Omaha National Bank
building, identified the body of the
drowned man found at the muncipal
beach Wednesday as W. E. McMur
ray of the South Side. McMurray
had written the name of Dysart on
a piece of paper found in his clothing.
The attorney 'asserted that he' had
been retained by McMurray eight
months ago, and that, he believed the
dead man is survived by a brother,
living out of town. McMurray was
50 years old.
were at that very moment in Sands
boro, Mahlin burst into a fit of pro
fanity which impressed even the stolid
Japanese. He cursed Hope, he cursed
Lleo, he cursed satsuma, he cursed
Owen, he cursed Dr. Burke and Dr.
Burke's invention. When he at last
dropped into a chair, exhausted by
the violence ot his passions, the Japa
nese silently handed him the note
which Hope had left for Dr. Owen.
Mahlin read it and then reread it.
"Owen had better take the book to
the hotel tonight," he said, after a
moment's reflection. "It will be dark
by 8, and perhaps we twill have an
opportunity to knock him on the head
when he is on the way there. Other
wise we'll let that pap of naval of
ficer get possession of the book and
hen put him out of business. And"
he added savagely "we'll see that
there is no mistake about it thts time."
"What are you going to do with
thin note?" inquired Satsuma.
"You had better hustle right back
and leave it at the doctor's office,"
said Mahlin. "Tell the maid that thia
is another note that Hope hag writ
ten She'll never know the -diff erenee.1"
"Did the maid say anvthingl" asked
Mahlin, when, half an hour later, Sat
suma returned. " ... ft.
"No. She just took the note and
shut the door. She had on her hat; $
guess she was just going out."
"Are there any other servants in
"I don't think so."
"That being so, said Mahlin, rising
and putting on his hat, "I think I'llV
take advantage of the houaehold'a ab
sence to take a look through the place
myself. If the doctor keeps the hook
in the house 1 ought to be able to
find it" ..
It was late in the afternoon when
Olga for the second time that day.
ascended the steps of Dr. Owen's res
idence. There was nothing about her
to suggest the book .canvasser who
had called a few hours before, for she
now wore a long dustcoat which cov
ered ner trom oeck to ankle and a
motor veil, which completely hid her
features. She rang the bell, but there
was no answer. The maid, as Olga
had anticipated, had taken advan
tage of her employer's absence to 'dr
some (hopping in the trwn. Glancing
up and down the street to make sure
that she waa unobserved, she quietly
opened the door of the 'waiting room
and walked in. The most likely place
to find the book, he felt, was in the '
doctor's desk m his consultation
room. Stepping softly serosa the floor, '
her footfalls deadened by the heavy
rugs, she opened the door of the con
sultation room and Hopped on the
threshold with an ejaculation of
alarm, for, bending over the doctor's
desk, engaged in iriflmg its drawers,
was a strange man. His back "waa-.
toward her and he was so intent on
his search that he failed to hear the
door open, but, aroused bv her stifled
eclamation, he whirled about and hia
hand went instinctively to his coat
pocket. For a brief moment the two
stared at each other appraraingly.
Olga wai the first to break the
"I beg your pardon," she aaid. T
rang the bell, but no one answered, ae
I walked in. I wanted to tee the doc- -tor."
Mahlin, for it was he, had been do-'
ing some rapid thinking, j He decided
to play a bold game.
"I am Dr. Owen," he said. "What
can I do for yo?"
"I I am having trouble with my
throat," lied Oga .glibly, but he aaw '
suspicion in her eyes.
"I have, been doing a little house
cleaning," aaid Mahltn, with a pro
fessional manner which ought to have
carried conviction, "if you will ex
cuse me, madam, until I wash ray
hands, I shall be glad to -prescribe
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
"Dick" Eankin, Who
Formerly Lived Here,
Dies in the East
Richard F. Rankin, better known as
"Dick" Rankin, died at Niagara Falls,
N. Y., Wednesday night. He was 54
years old. The funeral will be held
at N agar a Falls Saturday.
"Dick" Rankin, as he was known
here, was a Beatrice boy. Along in
1883 he came to Omaha and secured
a position in the Omaha National
bank, remaining some ten years. Dur
ing several years of this employment
he had charge of a portion of the
bank's collection department and at
the same time looked after its East
From here he went to Niagara
Falls and became connected with one
of the cereal mills' there. Subse
quently he was elected treasurer tjf
the United Cereal mills at Quincy.
111., where he resided at the time of
his death. It is presumed that he wai
in Niagara Falls on a business tnp.
He was .married. Hit wife, was a
Water Board Cancels the
Lease on Fair Grounds
The Metropolitan Water board hat
cancelled a lease held by the Doug
las County Agricultural society for
the use of twenty-five acres east of
Krug park, and for some' time known
as the county fair grounds.
Explanation of the secretary of the
Water board was that the agricultur
al society failed to pay this yea,fJ
lease consideration of $250, and for.
ther violated its contract by using the
tract for purposes other than agreed
in a signed stipulation.
The Water board will regard the)
leas: aa terminated on August 12.
office for a Real
Estate firm with a
At the head of the stairs on the first floor, oppo-,
site The Bee business office. This would make
it especially convenient for people who . want
to deal with a real estate firm having houses for
It is almost as good as a ground floor location,
and the rent is very reasonable, indeed.
Price, per month $30.00
It carries with it all the advantages of service in
THE BEE BUILDING
Apply to Building Superintendent, Room 103.
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