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    THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916.
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FOR RENT HOUSES
Weal.
' v HATS "between outside paint and inside
piaster? Watch one of my well built
' home under wa
F. B. TRULL1NQB.R, Phone Benson, 111.
fcOR RENT New 8-room house and garage
la beat part of Dundee.
HIATT CO.,
Tyler SO. 245 Omaha Nat.
6-ROOM cottage, thoroughly modern except
furnace; very reasonable1 to responsible
pary. Phone Harney 19.
206 AND 308 South 30th itreet; new brick,
fx rooma each, thoroughly modern. Tel.
Harney 3836.
North.
TOR RENT My new strictly modern -room
bungalow to family without chil
dren. Call Colfax M or Harney 447. E
R. Woods, 8431 Brown,
STRICTLY modern 6-room house, close In,
$.17,59. Phone Harney 8161. W, H. Dor
' ranee, 408 Lincoln BoQlevard.
161s URANT ST. I-r. com., modern, tie.
T. r Hall 4S3 Ramge mag. XJoig. .ue.
. SKVEN rooma;' all modern. Bemls Park
Tel. Harney v
South.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West
TEN-ROOM BUNGALOW BLK. ' TO- CAR.
ArHnlnlnar rialrmnnl.
ish, selected oak ( double floors); floors
wwry room;- roomy Closets; linen closet
built. tn fikntitpu ci i ,t .
duplicate. Can give you best of term.
i mm wm only, SS.ZftO. call
OSBORNE, 701 Oma. Nafl Bk Bldg. D. 1474
WEST Farnam residence, best St., at 123 N
"lu vbk nnisn, i Mini; ss.ouv
WEST FARNAM CORNER.
Modern a-room bungalow, with corner
vacant. Room to build two brick Hate.
if. BOSTWICK SON.
S1 LINCOLN BLVD. 11-rooni houu.
atrlctly modern, with hot water beat.
uougiae ms.
HA Ml. A I l i.T Cl UIUI
. V .... . .
ena. nouae ana lot, aiei Daven
port Call 118 l.lnroln Blvd. Harnay 1711
North.
S-ROOM, modern, 1010 8. 28th 8t, Telepbon,
Harney 8831.
.-ROOM cottage, gas and water, S18. Phone
- Harney 4708.
Miscellaneous.
ROUSES AND COTTAGES.
PARTLY MODERN.
-r. till Carter Lake Blvd lle.Oo
STRICTLY MODERN.
'. -T.tl Eraltlne St..... IH.I0
l-r. 3840 Charl. 8t J6.00
-r. 1S12 No. 40th St., good de
tached houae In flrat-claaa real
dance aectlon. hot water heating
:-. plant 11.00
l-r. 1046 Georgia Ave 10.00
... FLATS,
STRICTLY MODERN.
4-r. J041 Howard St !5.00
6-r. 688 So. 18th St. (Bargain).... 88.00
t-r. 1131 So. 10th St. (brand new).. 27.(0
WE HAVE OTHKKS. BElfi UUK UUU
PLETB LIST BEFORE RENTING.
PORTER ft SHOTWELL.
ioj So. 17th St. Doug. 6013.
112.60 l-room, modern except heat, 2221
N. zoth St.
127.60 o-room, mod.. 2131 Davenport 8t
H. A. .WOLF,
Doug. 8088. 614 Ware. Blook.
fouLTRY AND GARDEN Acre and email
-houae, chicken, pigeon houae, 7: alao 6
room for colored, downtown; city water
electric light. Tel. D. 2107.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
CREIOH. SONS CO.,
108 BEE BLDQ.. DOUG. 200.
FOR RENT Ap'ti and Flab
West.
APARTMENTS AND GARAGES,
Five rooms, strictly modern, steam
heat. Janitor service, oak floors and fur
, lsh; In best residence district. St. George
apartments, 113 . aist Ave.
ARMSTRONG-WALSH COMPANY,
Tyler 153. . . 33a Rose Bldg.
I ROOMS and bath In -the Hollywood, near
1611 Harney, 2d floor, plenty of win
j dows, awning and flower box. Very
choice and only 333 per month. D. 1478,
PINE steams-heated apartment, either 4
or 5 rooms, on West Farnam street.
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST.
A NEW modern brick flat, 8-room apt., with
garage: will be ready to occupy August 1.
Located at 2829 California. Tel Har. 2216.
MODERN 8 -roonv-brick flat; neweTectrio
fixtures throughout. Price 1 30. Call Har
. ney 1912.
MODERN store, 16th St., near postofflce.
17B per mo. P. P. Btebblns, 1610 Chicago.
BT. CLAIR, 24th and Harney, 3-room apart
ments. CalWHarney 47.
North.
il04 No, 22d, 4-r. flat; steel range," gae
.. plate, water paid, loan cuming. 4-r.
ape sso.
RASP BROS. Doug. 1851.
STREHLOW TERRACE.
Apartments 1 Bernl-basement apartment.
Phone Web. 7211. '
M MODERN apt., 7 rooms, 926; near postof-
nto. u. jr. oieuDina, -toiw iniuasu.
South.
fc-ROOM modern apartment; heat and janl
. tor service, walking distance. 812 Bo.
tn Ave. sv. .
-, : BENSON MTER8 CO..
424 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FIVE-ROOM steam-heated apartment; very
. desirable. The Chula Vista, 20th and
Poppelton. Conrad Young. 328 Brandeis
Theater, uoug. 1&71.
Miscellaneous.
MODERN apartments, $18 and up. Near
4 postoruce. u. r. aceDDini, isiu unicago.
FOR RENT Buinei Pr'p'ty
Stores
STORE ROOMS at 1809-1811 Farnam St.
Thos. F. Halt. 423 Ramge Bldg. D. 7406.
WEAD Bldg., ISth and Farnam; fine suite
of rooms ; excellent light ; suitable for
tailor or dressmaker,
, Baldrige Bldg., 20th and Farnam; two
nice rooms facing Farnam at.
F. EV WEAD, Wead Bldg. D. 171.
Vn.lRA li Li-, store room paawneat 2
. I6tb Bt. Ooly I6&.
CONRAD YOUNG,
122 Brandeis Thftater Bldg. D. 1671.
Ill SOUTH 16th St., basement, 130,
607 South 13th St., brick. $30.
JOHN N. FRENZER, DOUGLAS 654.
Ut tiers rind Lesa Room.
DfiSlRABL-hi ottlue rooms In the remodelled
Crounse block, lit N. 16th St (opposite
' postofflce). lit to 816 par month. Conrad
- Young. 8?? Brandt! Theater. Onag. 1171.
OFFICE room (for dentist), centrally lo
cated, 16th St. Wright A Lasbury. D. 162.
OFFICE room wltb 'phone and reception
room for lady. P 286. Omaha Bee.
Miscellaneous.
' BARN for rent, in rear of Savoy hotel. 16th
and Jackson Sts. Suitable for barn or
garage, 66x88, two stories and basement,
with 40-foot lot in front. Call at hotel
office.
MOVING AND STORAGE
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
Separate locked rooms, for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
shipping.
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
6U2 H. 16th St Douglas 4161.
Maggard X.,rW
Van and Utorage Co. Moving, packing.
storage ana snipping, rnone uoug. nc
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real moving service try us. Large
1 I-horse, padded vane. Storage, 82 month.
' Satisfaction guaranteed. We move you
UUICKER, CHEAPER AND SAFER.
Phone Tyler 230 or Douglas 4818.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov-
Ing jif N. 11th St Phone
Douglas 894 or Webxter 66.
MfclKWOUTAW VAN AND
STORAGE CO.
Careful attention given to orders Cor
moving, packing or storage; office at Ray
mond Furniture Co.. 1618 and 1616 How-
arq 91. rnone p. 6626.
, ., nT paoaing ana storaga
. m or., tvoug-ias 114V.
FIDELITY sl? FREE
Pbon. Dougla. Ill for oomnlata
llat of vacant home, and apart,
menta;- alao for storage, moving.
Uth and JaoIuoB Sta.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
SELECT LOCATION '
Between Jackson and Jones on S8d Ave.,
9 rooms with all the latest conveniences,
such asy built-in bookcase, buffets, sun
room-wfth French doors and many handy
arrangements in kitchen and entry; all
oak finish and floor; house tar papered
before sided and shingled; buflt by day
labor, the best of material UMd. Let us
how you this place.
SCOTT & HILL CO.
Doug. mot. Ground Floor, MtCagu, Bldg.
BUNGALOW FACING
' KOUNTZE PARK
8517 No. 19th St.
We are offering today for the first time
the biggest bargain in a modern, new and
up-to-date bungalow anywhere in the olty;
very neatly arranged, finished In oak and
nicely decorated with built -.in buffet In
the dining room. Nice lot overlooking the
para, witn iron tence, flowers, shrubbery,
etc.
This property has cost the owner better
than $3,760. If sold Immediately, the price
Is 83,000. Investigate at once If you want
a oargain.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Dougla, 8982. 918-20 City National.
3029 NICHOLAS ST.
6-room new bunaalow in this fins la.
oation; large living room and dining
room wnn Duiu-in DOOKcases. and bur
fet; handy kitchen with many conven
tences; open stair with Platform to 1
large bedrooms and bath, upstairs. Full
basement, cemented. See us about this
place.
SCOTT & HILL CO.
Doug. 1008. Ground Floor, McCague Bldg.
6-ROOM BUNGALOW BARGAIN.
JUST COMPLETED FINE WORKMAN
SHIP.
r Living room, dining room, sun parlor.
: au oaa nnisn, oax noors- "throughout,
oooKcasee, rencn aoors, Dutlt-tn cup'
boards; vegetable room: coal bin: full lot
three blocks to car. This was built by
carpenter-owner; a $4,000 home for
83,360; only 8350 cash and $30 per month.
1 Call
OSBORNE, 701 Oma. Nat'l Bk Bldg. D. 1474.
BIG BARGAIN
Out-of-town owner will sacrifice in or-
der to raise money. Five-room cottase.
all modern, good furnace, three large
rooma on first floor; two bedrooms and
bath upstairs; paved street; located at
ivvb e. sun at rnce cut irora $2,600
to 13.000. .......
SCOTT & . HILL CO.,
Doug. 1009. Ground Fir. McCague Bldg,
DUNDEE"
7 rooms and sleeping- norch. strictly
modem, and In good condition. Price
4,buu; terms. Located 4107 N. 49th St
NORRIS & NORRIS, ,
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Douglas 4270.-
HAS YOUR FAMILY OUTGROWN YOUR.
6 OR 6-ROOM HOME?
If so (without money) I can trade you
a fine larger home with ground, 100x124
In Kountze Place, house has hot water
heat and oak finish; desirable location,
v or will trade equity ,f or western land.
: w. h. Gates. .
647 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1204.
BEAUTIFUL CLA1RMONT ADDITION
A nifty, new bungalow, oak finish.
strictly modern .and up-to-date, well ar
ranged and well built; location 'Ideal. All
of which you will admit on seeing. We
, win ne glad to take you any time,
few hundred cash, balance to suit.
RASP BROS., OWNERS,
1 06 McCague Bldg. Doug. 16 5 3
LOOK THIS OVER.
Near Miller park, 6 rooms and bath,
strictly modern, oak finish, built-in fea
tures, full cemented basement; , fine fuiv
nace, laundry, paving au pais. A bar
gain for $3,6 W.
P. J. TEBBENB CO.,
606 Omaha Nat'l Bank- Doug. 2182.
NEAR 24TH AND FORT
All modern cottage, located at 2658
Camden Ave., beautiful residence district,
close to stores, schools and churches; will
sell for $2,600; easily worth $3,200; built
zor nome. Terms, uoirax 1&37.
BRAND NEW Bungalow 6 r. and bath.
oa nnisn, naa a number or special fea
tures; best of plumbing, furnace, dandy
south front lot 2 blooks. to car, only 16
minutes ride down town. Fries $2,860,
fsou oasn.
. RAP BROS., Doug. 1668.
SIX-ROOM BUNGALOW.
One floor, 26x44; quarter,-sawed oak
floor, all oak finish a brand new, ele
gant home. Price, $3,650; $600 down, bal
ance monthly. Will take a clear lot or ud
to-date auto. Col. 4168, Builder. 1S24 Sahler
FORCED BALE.
Good lot Bedford Ave., with 6-room
House; well; rents $10; easy payments;
$1,260. A bargain.
GEORGE O. WALLACE, 614 Keellne.
NEW bungalow, 6-room, all modern, 60-foot
lot, south front, at a bargain, only $2,760,
near 46th and Charles. Call owner. Red
1881."
NIFTY all -modern, oak-flnUbed bungalow.
well located, in north part 62,760. very
easy terms tn good party. H. 1891.
KOUNTZE PLACE restricted district resi
dence for sale. F. V. Knlest, 8516 N, 16th.
South.
$4,650
A peach of a HOME, very well built
in fact, yeli will go a long way to find
nntt built likt It. LI vine room' across
r front, with fireplace.- Dining room, built-
in buffet; fine kitchen and pantries; sun
porch. Birch, mahogany finish oak floors
au tnrougn; wnua enimN up in iargQ ucu-
rooms. tiled batn. sleeping porcn, lo
cated on 36th St., near Leavenworth.
V. V. SHOIjKH uu
Doug. 48. 61 6 City Nat't Bank Bldg.
SOUTH SIDE.
On account of owner wanting to leave
the city for the west they have author.
I zed us to sell their 7-room strictly mod
ern story and a half bungalow near Bt
Phllomena church. Large lot paved
street, paving all paid, within walking
distance for railroad or business man. This
property Is well worth $1,000- more than
It can be bought for, but the owner wants
cash.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
D. 1781, 6th Floor Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
SAFETY. riKS'IV
FUR RELIABLE AND SAFE
FIRS AND TORNADO INWURANCB
SEE
O1 NEIL'S R. B. ft INS. AGENCY,
684 Brsndel Theater Bldg. Ty'er 1616.
Room nungaiow, orand new, all modern,
oak floors tnroughout; oak finish in liv
ing and dining rooms; large, light white
enamel bedrooms; good location; restricted
addition. . A bargain at $$,160. Easy
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
642 Paxton Blk. Doug, 1718.
3072 S. 16TH 7-r. mod., newly-painted, pa
pered and varnisned; street pavea; 824.60.
Berks ft Musll. D. 6967.
8-ROOM house, alt modern, for sale. 2620
Pacific. . rnone Harney n, , ,
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
West
THE best acres are out Benson way. The
best place to buy acres out Benson way
Is In Benson Gardens, Rich land Acres
or West Benson, where we can sell you
one or more acres from $860 an acre and
up, on very easy terms.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 69.
BENSON Garden acres are the bast close-
in acres to be had near umaba. Call,
writs or phone Tyler 60 for reading mat
ter, tolling more about Benson Garden
acres, adjoining Benson.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN. 1614 Harnay St
WEARNB PARK BAROAIN New bunga
low, 6-r. and bath, built by day labor and
, of the best of material. Oak finish, with
oak Boors, rooms large and well arranged,
has a number of special features. High
r grade, fixtures, lull basement furnace,
dandy east front lot, only S blks, to car.
Price cut to 88.060. Eaay terms-
RASP BROS. Doug. 1863.
North.
After looking at MlNNB LUBA 30 dif
ferent buyers decided tr it It was tho best
proposition on ths market and they
backed their Judgment by BUYING tots,
11 YOU will oome out today you vlli
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN &.CO.
Tyler 187.
142 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
CUMING, near 2th St., 22 or 44? must be
sold to close estate. Grlmmel. 649 Omaha
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
BE F K ET, 16th St., 3 blks from viaduct,
$6,600. McCague Inv. Co., McCague Bldg,
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
Miscellaneous.
5 OR 6-ROOM BUNGALOW
BUILT TO YOUR ORDER.
We are soon to open a choice let ad
dltlon. High and sightly locations, near ear
ana on boulevard, will build a few bunga
lows to order. Lots about $'i60 to $800.
now Is 1 the time to select a lot and see
us about building. Call. Tyler 66 and aak
tor Mr. Nanvtilc, Kvonlngs, walnut 2149.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, 1614 HARNEY ST.
FOR SALE.
I tfandr vacant lota, H blook to oar
una; out to ti.vu, caan tor quioK aala,
CALKINS CO.,
Dougla, 1111 City Nat. Bank Bldg
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Benton.
LYNNWOOD
Oo out to Lynn Wood today and see the
beautiful lota we 'are selling from $466
to isoo.
A. P. TlfKEV 8c SON.
Phone Doug. 608. 1607-$ W. a W. Bldg.
BENSON ACRES. '
Three nice acres near outskirts of Ben
son. a short ways from heart of town, on
Military Road. House la S years old, full
cement oasement, furnace heat; chicken
house and pens fenced woven wire tlsht.
Garage for two cars. One of the nicest
places In the city for any one wishing to
raise cnicaena ana nave a nice nome.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
P- 1781, 6th Floor Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
8 ACRES--BENSON GARDENS.
WILL EXCHANGE.
Lays nearly level, near macadam road
and free Jitney. Will consider exchange
on 6 or 6-room house. Call Tyler 60 and
ask for Mr. Manvilie, Evening, Walnut
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, 1614 HARNEY ST.
H'lAK'l VUUR HOME IN BENSON)
BUT THIS LOT I
816.66 down and $16.00 par month: price
$866.63; also, 66x138; located on Looust
St, between Clark and Burn bam. not
far irora scnooi and ear una uea. &.
wr'iut. Bee office, Omaha.
2 ACRES, COTTAGE
New,. 6-room, at a bargain, in Benson
Acres, all in garden, fruit . and shrubs.
This is a real bargain. Must sell on ao
count of moving away. Call Benson 881-W.
2 ACRES, Including big crop blackberries
and grapes, 4 miles N. W. postofflce.
(JOiraX 3677.
Dundee.
NEW DUNDEE HOUSE
FOR SALE
DO YOU WANT A HOME
- IN DUNDEE?
. 4617 California St. Is lust recently com
pleted and all ready to occupy. Be the
first to live In this beautiful 7-room
strictly modern home.
Oak floors above and all oak finish be
low. Screens, fireplace, sidewalks, shads
trees. One of the finest locations In
Dundee.
Only H block to oar line. Owner has out
price from $6,606 to $6,300 for quick sale.
House open so you can Inspect it Cloee
the door when you come cut. Or call me
up at either addresses bllow and I will
meet you or take you out to see the prop.
erty.
ARTHUR C CROSSMAN,
304 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douglas 610T.
r 4932 Webster St. Walnut 676.
Cut this out for reference. Do It Now!
DUNDEE
DOUBLE CORNER
$3,000
At the northeast corner of 62d and
Webuter St., 100x136. Just east across the
street from the Arthur Cooley residence.
This property Is restricted to the erection
,of one fine residence. Not another comer
In Dundee that Is similarly restricted and
as well located can be bought for the
money. Only one block to street car and
overlooking Happy Hollow circle and ths
club.
ARMSTRONG-WALSH
COMPANY,
Tyler 1636. . is3 Ross Bldg.
16th and Farnam Sts.
DUNDEE 6-room modern bungalow. Built
ny us 38,760. on easy terms.
W. L. BELBY ft SONS. Phone Dong. 161.
Dundee bungalow. Walnut 1666.
Dundee lot. $996, Walnut 1666.
t seres hear Dundee Walnut 1666.
South Side.
GARDEN LOTS
$100 TO $200
' $1 down, ' 60 cents per week. On the
South Side, two blocks from car line, In
good district of homes; buy two or three
of them, build a little cottage and save
your rent.,
SHULER & GARY,'
Phone D. 6074.
204 Keellne Bldg.
Miscellaneous.
THREE ACRES FOR SALE.
One-half orchard, ono-half alfalfa; high.
igntiy. smooth land: .Htrknousers addi
tion, platted, 18 city lots, cheap; near
two street car lines. Tel. walnut 1388.
REAL ESTATE Exchange
WILL EXCHANGE
80 ACRES IOWA LAND
for residence property In Omaha. This
is a good piece of land located near
Glenwood, la.,, and about 26 miles from
Omaha. Has all the Improvements and
the price on same Is $100 per acre.
There is a new loan lust recently mads
amounting to $5,000 for three years at
671 per cent,
If you have something In Omaha that
you want (0 exchange, let us hear from
you.
HIATT COMPANY,
246-7-8 Omaha Nat. Bank. Tyler 60.
THE remarkable Increase In BEE Want
Ads can be traced to only ons source
good results at less 00 st than any other
umaoa paper.
20,101 MORE
PAID WANT ADS
In Orst Ave months of 1916 than la
gams period in 1616.
480 ACRES in Cheyenne County, Colorado,
near wild horse. For sale or exchange for
North, South Dakota, Minnesota or Can
ada Lands. MPLS. Rental Co., 808 Pal
ace Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
FARMS, Ranches, Residences, Apartments,
aiercnandise stocxs, income or ail Kinds.
Can match any deal of merit
J. A. ABBOTT, 4 Patter ion Blk., Omaha.
FARMS, ranches, city property, acreage and
investments for sals and exchange.
Morgan, lm a cuming st Doug. 3466.
CAN sell or exchange "anything you havi
EQUITY In good f-r, house for cottage;
wort a 98.300. coirax 106I after 10 a. m.
HOTEL and furniture at Dallas. 8. D.;
exenange, u. 6707. Toiand at TrumbuiL
REAL ESTATE- Investment
WEALTH comes from lnvestemnt not from
salary. But save part of your salary or
income and invest carefully. Horns Build
ers guarantees 7 per cent, pays mors.
Nothing safsr. no worry, Aak about ths
plan.
HOME BUILDERS, INC..
17th and Douglas St. Phono Doug. 8611.
WM. COLFAX, 706 Keellne Bldg.
Real estate, olty property, large ranches
a specialty.
REAL ESTATE B'nett Pr'ty
FOR SALE 264x182, faces three streets;
near new rora Dunning; splendid manu
facturing sits. Address, B-4H, Be.
FINANCIAL
Keal Estate Loam and Mortgage!.
We are ready at all times to
make loans on first-class city
property and eastern Nebras
ka arms. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO,
iU bourn 1th M.
FINANCIAL
Real Estate Loans and Mortgages.
MONET TO LOAN ON
Apartment houaaa. double brtok houMa.
alngl. houiea, buelnae. property aod farm
lanaa at a par o.nt, p.r oant I pr ot
w. n TUUMAS,
III- Keellne Bldg Dougla. llll.
1688 MORTGAGE bearing 7 per cent Veml-
annual, eecured by property valued at
tu.7.0. Talraage-Loomle Inv. Co., W.
W. Bldg.
8 PKR CUNT to I par oant on beat olaaa olty
reeldenoea In amount 18.000 up; alao
larm loan,. Reaeonable oommlaelona.
PKTKRB TRUST CO., 1881 Farnam 8L
PRIVATE MUNelt.
8HOPKN COMHANT,
KUttLtNU BUILDING.
OMAHA noniea. Kaat Nebraaita farina,
O'KEEFE RKAL ESTATE CO..
1018 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Doualaa ITU.
MONEY to loan on tmpruved farma and
ranonea. we alao buy good farm mort
gagee. Kloke Inv. Co.. umaba
REAL KSTATi! loan., all "per cent 5m
U. N. BUCK CO.,
Ill Omaha Nat Bank.
NO DELAY,
W. T. GRAHAM,
BHD BLDG.
MONET oo hand for olty and
(arm loane. H. W Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm loaua, 6, It,, I per cent
J. H. oumont A CO.. 418 Keellne Bldg.
LOANS 6 Bt, I Far cent LOANo.
THOS. L MoOARRY.
Keellne Bldg. Red 4144.
CITY loan, a ipeolalty. Loweat ratal. Flrai
Truat Co., D. 1161. 103 80. 181b St.
Nat'l Rank Bldg
nnf MONEY HARRISON A MORTON.
w pv.i ,is Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
1100 to 110. 000 made promptly. V. D. Wead,
wead giqg.. l.tn ana f arnam aia
Abstracts of Title.
' down your abatraot on
anort notloa. H. t. ratteraon Bldg. D. 1147.
Ifa Tltla, Guarantee and Abstraot
"vl a Co., a modern abatraot oiOoa,
101 8. 17th St. Tel. D. 8411.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldeat abatraot ot
He. In Nebraaka. loft Brandle Theater
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Colorado Lands.
Colorado land excursions, sipens s paid. C
La. iNotnaway, norenoe. Neb. Florence 211
Illinois Lands,
FOR flALU Great aacrliW in order to set'
tie estate, 10 -acre stock and grain farm,
located near two towns; productive soil,
mostly level, well Improved, In good sec
tion of country. Jefferson County. III.
this year's crop goes with the farm If
taken soon. For rock-bottom price and
terms, writs owner, Logan Buriiaon,
Mount Vernon, 111.
Iowa Lands.
THE SURB WAT TO WIN Oet a well lo
cated farm suited to grain and stock rais
ing; good management will make a killing
and you will live well while dotng it. This
sao-acre improved farm 4 miles from Ta
bor, I miles south of Olenwood, Iowa, will
answer this need, for it naa good soil, all
in crop and pasture, on the halves. An
ever-running stream runs through it.
There's good roads, schools, colleges and
the greatest primary market of our coun
try handy. With rural mall and phone
you have all ths conveniences ot a great
city. This great farm we offer on very
easy terms, or we might divide, as there
are two sets of Improvements. There
are 1100 per acre farma In same vicinity.
but our price on this is far less. We are
not farmers, so we are obliged to sell. For
particulars call on or write Bankers
Mortgage Lioan w., it a. istn
Omaha, Neb.
Maryland Lands.
BEAUTIFUL bay front estate, 200 acres, 8
buildings, very healthy, salt air and
pines. 80.00 an aore. Improvements
cost 116,000.00. owner, p. V, Box 4416,
Nice town station, Philadelphia, Pa.
Missouri Lands.
SOUTH Missouri farms for sate; mild oil
mats; pure water; rich soli; reasonable
prices; good terms, rrana u. Hamel,
Uarshfleld, uo.
CHEAP FARMS -Any also, easy terms, In
ths beautiful usaras ox uent county, ho,
w, m. Frank, i nevius biock. umaba.
Nebraska Lands.
744 ACRES very fine all-purpose stock and
grain farm, well located, near K. R, sta
tion, and 800 miles west of Omaha; good
five-room house, good barn, plenty of
water; fenced and orou-fenced; a 00 acres
best of crop land, 130 acres Platte river
bottom pasture and hay land, balance
rough pasture land. This is the best bar
gain ever; this party really wants to sell.
price (cash only) I80,v00i good terms;
write us and get complete description.
uaiaweii saiyers, Malvern, la
2.600-ACRB ranch south Cherry county.
nenty or. nay. uive away price of 18.76
per acre. Buy this and make yourself
rich.
THOMAS CAMPBELL,
632 Keellne Bldg.
480 ACRES Keith Co, land for sale, or will
trade ror good, clean tock of dry goods,
groceries or gents' furnishings; 11,000
worth of improvements on place; priced
right; 14,000. W. N. Orcutt, Belmar, Neb.
I HAVE3 bargains In Cheyenne and Kimball
CO.'s, 87 to ?3Q. Thurston Co., 80-a., 8100;
ov-a.i size, j, u. xtaroer, Jteeune uidg.
Tyler 1710.
North Dakota Lands.
BUY 1 lands under our "half earnings" or
"pay as you make It" plan. Hackney
iana ureaii uo nt. rani. Minn.
Wisconsin Lands.
FOR SALE Choice cut-over hardwood
lands, Florenos county, In tracts of 40
acres up to 10,000 acres. If you want
land for a 'home or for Investment, write
us. Prices and terms reasonable.
FBTBR M' GOVERN LAND CO.,
Florence, Wis.
WISCONSIN land for sale Closing out at
a saennce, i tracts, boo seres best farm
land, suitable for sheep raising. Also 640
acres suitable for stock ranch or diversi
fied farming. Best black soli. Special
oargam, Act quick. D. a. Conway, own
er, Grand Rapids, Wis.
GET literature and maps on too cheapest
g n iaoa in unuea Biatss.
BAKKH A TILLOTSnN.
th and Douglas Sts.. Omaha. Doug. 1188.
Miscellaneous.
FARMS FOR SALB.
464 acres, near Council Bluffs, well Im
proved. Price 8186.
44 sores, extra choice level land (no
buildings), close to Omaha. Vt miles
from paved road and suburban electric
oar line. Price 810,000. This land rants
for 88 per acre, cash; which shows what
kind of land It Is.
J. H. DUMONT,
418-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Doug. 810.
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If so. set a conv'of our Journal flut.
It has lands, city property and stocks
oz gooas aavertisea from nearly every
stats. So that you can find Just what
you wish In Its columns, Established
II years, reaching 78,000 readers. Bend
86e for one year's subscription, or X for
five years.
FARM AND REAL ESTATB JOURNAL,
WB WILL TAKE THBfTR8T CROP"
In payment for our land, black sandy
loam soil, ample, rainfall, olose to good
markets, In the heart of one of the best
farming districts In the United States.
Write or call for particulars.
W. T. SMITH CO., 914 Omaha Nat, Omaha.
FARMS, acreage and city property ior sale
and sionange. j. it. uninos,riu uramaeis
Thester Bldg. Doug. 8818.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
PIOBONS pay far better than chickens;
always penned up; lit tie space needed to
start ; free book explains all. Majestic
gquab Co., Dept. II, Adel, la.
THOROUGH BRED White Leghorn cocker-
els, 8 months old, 60c each, Mrs. Van
Hagen, Benson Acrs. Benson 438,
FRESH aquatic plants -for your fish globe,
ivo, win seep iisd neaitny. max
Screenings, 11 6 Mr lov .be. toi N. ICsSt.
Horses Live Stock -Vehicles
TTSale.
ONE dark bay and one light bay horse,
aoour li or is years old; 14 nands high;
1,000 pounds each; clipped ears: nicked
up July 8th, 1918, and Impounded at City
uog round, sin ana we tuner streets; will
be sold at public auction at City Dog
Pound Monday, July 17th, 1918, at 10
o'clock to the highest bidder. By order of
A. W. Waggoner, Poundmaster.
4-yr,-old Jersey cow; 1 I-yr,-old heifer; 1
7-month-old Jersey calf: top notch stook.
Inquire 2805 81st Ave., Benson, Neb.
Horses Live Stock- Vehicles
For Sale.
WORK team, harness and wagon, must bs
sold at once. Call at 6084 No. 84th. Col
fax 817,
HORRB and wagon for sale. 6618 N. 8Sd
Ave, Phone Coltai 8884.
VCH.iIS'0 family row for sale. Phone
nut 3380. &302 Pacific
STEEL rang and gasoline stove; good con
dition. Colfax 3748.
TEAM, harness and wagon for sale, Web
ster I00S.
4 FRESH milch cWa 801 N. 47th 8t. Wal
nut 8088.
HAV, 96.50 ton. A. w Wagntr. 801 N 16,
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
SEE these used cars this week, as they
must be sold:
1911 Cadillac, 6-psssenger.
1916 Maxwell, (-passenger.
1911 Maxwell, truck.
1916 Crow Elkhart, touring.
1911 Chalmers, roadster.
1918 Overland, touring.
1916 Detrotter, touring.
1918 Stud baker, touring.
1914 Maxwell.tourlng.
1918 Ford, touring.
1916 Ford, roadster.
1918 Ford, touring.
1913 Studebaker, "8," t-passenger.
1913 Overland, 6-passenger.
1918 International, 6-passenger.
1918 Chevrolet, roadster.
1918 Butrk, roadster.
1914 Detrolter, 6 -passenger.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO..
1818 Farnam, Doug. 588.
f
OVERLANDS, FORDS,
VELIE
llll MODELS. OOOtl SERVICEABLE
CARS FOR 1189 AND UP.
WILLYS-OVERLAND, INC.,
1047 Farnam St. Doug. 1180.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
1101 Faream. Doug. 1110,
1,14 Cadtllari Tourlne. aaorlfloe.
Klaeel Kar 8p.sd.ler 1480
Velle Speedeter 1800
1118 Reo Touring 1800
Muat aell all our eeoond-hand automo
bile, within 10 dara. have several
make, and in giving natter values than
anyone alaa,
Johnson-Danforth Co.
HSI-ll-ll N. llll St.
$100 REWARD
For arrest and conviction of thief who
teals vour oar while insured oy
KILLT, BLLIS THOMPSON,
118-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. loug. 1818,
STEVENS Touring, cheap; good shape.
CARLISLE
490 First Nat Bank.
Douglas 8108. Harney 8967 Sundays.
UBBD CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY-O BK1BN AUTO CO.
1814-11-18 Farnam Bt
WB will trad you a as Ford for your old
oca,
INDUSTRIAL OARAGB CO
SDth and Harney. Doug. ft61.
FIVE-oassenger auto, a bargain at 1460
win take tsov oasn u aen at once,
Bee Bldg.
FRANKLIN roadster, running condition,
1912 model, 8160. Andrew Murphy Son.
Automobiles Wanted.
WANTED Used Ford, mechanically right.
or v-pMMniri lamia fiv uuttii, uv yoi
montn; rutty securea, Answer oy oaiur
aay. a agrees cm,
WANTED Used touring oar; late model
must be In Al condition, J, T. SklUman.
Pleasanton, Neb.
Aur Repairing and Paint.--
81U0 reward for magneto we can't rwpatr,
Colls repair a. Baysoorter, iq w. ira.
NBB. Auto Radiator Repair Service nd
prices right, 911 a. inn at- u. T9
Auto Tires and Supplies.
DON'T throw away old tires. We maks' aae
new tiro iron i oio ones ana save you
per osnt I in l vulcanising uo,, isit dv
snpon Pt.. inint w. tvougiM svit.
Wanted Some Want Ads in ex.
chance for lots of answers. Fhone
The bee.
juxJ-IN., 8.7(; 10x1. Ii.Tm. Other sites
in proportion. Duplex Tiro Co., 86 18 Far
nam street
AUTO TIRES
. REBUILT, 89 99 TO 86.09.
DUO T1RB CO.. 1811 OUIOAOO aTP.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
HARLEY-DAVIDSON UOTORCYCLBS. Bar
gain in used maoninea victor Hoos, "The
MotPtvyrie Man." itus isavonwortn.
BICTCLB, good condition; cheap. 8808 Dav
enport. Harney 8970,
1914 SINGLE INDIAN, 7B. V. Mallett, 815
a. eaa ays, iau wainui xsiv.
FOR RENT
115 worthlngton strtst, 11 rooms,
modem. Near Brownell Hall. Beautiful
shads trees and In nns neighborhood.
Rental $40 per month.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Tel. D. 766. 902 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
100
Clara U. Stickler to Herman Lohn.
1 street, 80 feet east of Twenty
eighth street, north side. 70x190.. .8
First National Bank of David City,
juo,, io inn nmun nncx oompany,
Dorcas street 180.7 feet east of
Twenty-first street north side Six
150
Abraham L. Reed and wife, et al., to
the Smith Brirk company, Dorcas
street, 106.7 feet east of Twenty
first street north side, 2H160
Charles W. Bavldgs and wife to Mary
urn 1 1 uarry, souineast comer First
and Washington streets. Florence.
188x884 tito
c.uwaru w . rvonn ana wire to Edward
Bpann, Twenty-sixth street, 98.5 feet
south of Patrick avenue, west eld.
937x80 inn
isessie u. FNornquesi ana wire to Frank
Stirling, jjartmore avenue, 200 feet
west of Forty-second street south
side, 60x188
Helen O. Fales to Standard OH com
pany, northwest corner Eighteenth
and Cuming streets, 68x182. i.kao
Nornert u, Juieary io creign Bona &
Co., Canton street, 2 feet east of
Sixteenth street, south side. 60x107.
F. J. McShane, jr., sheriff, to Cretgh
sons t (;o., nortnwest corner Forty
first and Browne streets. 63.6xlto..
Fred W. Rothery to John It. Cook
and wife, northwest corner Elah-
teenth and Ohio streets, 434ixrl0... 1.860
josepn w. wooarougn ana wire to
Clara Fertlg Twenty-fifth street,
82 feet south' of Woolworth avenue,
west side. 62x127
Anna M. Oberg to J. O, Nystrom, Burt
street, 76 reet east or Twenty-third
street south Side, 39x182
O. Nystrom and wife to Ana M.
Oberg, Forty-sixth street, 50 feet
north of Lafayette avenue, west aids,
60x160
William C. Norrls to Hilda Amelia An
derson, Twenty-fourth street, 80 feet
north of Newport avenue, east side,
120x126
Emll J. Anderson and wife to Charles
O. Kaufman, Evans street 138.89
feet east of Twenty-fifth- avenue,
south side, 48.33x120
108
1,000
10
MORTGAGES
(Saml-AtinuaJ lntereet)
ON
Productive Nebraska
Farms.
Every Farm Personally Inspect
ed by a Member of the Firm.
Payne Investment Co.,
537 Osnaha Nat'l Bank BMa.
Central Nebraska
Reported Visited
By Soaking Rains
According to morning rrports to
the railroads, a large portion of cen
tral and northern Nchraska was visi
ted by a soaking rain Thursday night.
Along the Northwestern, in the north
ern part of the state, there was a
heavy rain over that portion of the
Bonesteel branch, from Verdel to
Verdegris, twenty miles, with fairly
good rains for thirty miles or so both
north and south.
Over the lines running into the
southern part of the state, it rained
nearly all night from David City to
Hastings and Superior, the precipita
tion covering an area of more than
100 miles in length and fifty in width.
The precipitation was from one
fourth to an inch or more.
In Burlington territory there was
a heavy rainfall in the country south
of the Platte and west of York, the
precipitation in and around Sutton be
ing nearly two inencs. i nere were
fairly heavy rains up the Republican
valley, and coming as far east as
Harvard. A rainfall of one-half to
an inch was reported.
Plan Addition to
County Hospital
Plans are being considered for the
building of an addition to the tu
bercular ward at the Douglas county
hospital, which will provide accom
modations for ten new patients, and
will also enable the nurse to be in at
tendance at all hours of the day and
night.
The ward now has a capacity of but
fourteen patients and no nurses' quar
ters are available. County Commis
sioner Henry McDonald wishes to
build extensions upon each wing to
give room for the additional patients,
provided for proper isolation of the
male and female patients' Quarters,
and also give a room for the nurse.
The county commissioners will be
asked to authorize the addition as
soon as definite plans are made.
County Road lest Case
Awaits J. H. Adams' Return
Hearing the test case brought to
determine legality of the Douglas
county road and grading bonds issue
voted at the recent primary is now
awaiting return to the city of James
H, Adams, who has been engaged by
the county commissioners as special
counsel in the case.
A hearing will probably be held
next week. County Commissioner
John C. Lynch has announced that if
the bonds are aeteatea in court ne
will be in favor of at once resubmit
ting the proposition at a special elec
Fight to Reduce
Jail-Feeding Cost '
To Come Up Again
The fight to reduce the cost of feed
ing Douglas county jail prisoners to
a figure which does not permit a
profit from the feeding is again to be
brought up this fall, and a bill pro
viding for the feeding of prisoners at
cost will be presenteal to the legisla
ture next winter.
"We are now paying Sheriff Mc
Shane 32 cents per day for feeding
prisoners. We have found that it
costs but 18 cents per day io feed in
mates of the county hospital and of
the Riverview home on a cost basis,"
says County Commissioner Frank
Best.
"There is no good reason for wast- '
ing 14 cents per day on every pris
oner, and I am going to be' on hand
at the next session of the legislature
to push a bill for feeding Douglas
county prisoners at cost, whether or '
not I am still a county commissioner,"
says Mr. Best.
City Planning Board
To Meet Saturday
The city planning board will hold
a regular session Saturday morning,
when the Belt line elevation plan will
be taken up again and disposed of.
It is practically assured that the board
will recommend to the city council
the plan heretofore outlined, which
contemplates elevation of tracks over
Dodge, Douglas and Farnam streets
at the, present crossings.
Testimony Completed In
Williams Separation Suit
' Alt testimony has been completed
in the separation suit of Mrs. Jeanette
C. Williams against J, R, Williams.
Attorneys for Williams have filed
an answer to the original petition, in
which they ask Judge Sears to rule
that Mrs. Jeanette Williams has
already been divorced from him, thus
making Mrs. Caroline Neef Williams
his legal wife. s
Attorneys were granted five days in
which to file briefs in the case to be
referred to by Judge Sears in render
ing a decision. Judge Sears opinion -'
is not expected for more than a week,
at the least. -
R. I. General Agent Regains
Health on Fishing Trip
John Utt, general agent of the Rock
Island, who has been ill for several
months, has returned from Wiscon
sin, much improved in health. Dur
ing his stay in Wisconsin Mr. Utt
spent most of the time put of doors,
doing considerable fishing. He is as
brown as a berry.
EIGHTH INSTALLMENT.
STNOPSU.
LfsiLOfeAt Jarvla Hous la detailed bv ttM
United ft" I s nival board to Investigate and
reuort h.j tL.dtnwj an th Invention of Dr.
Ralph Biilo, vh.:h sof-vea to bring ths aub
marln to a nula o. perfection. Ths lieute
nant a.rlvci In 1, Ida via and Is welcomed by
the Inventor an. lis daughter. Cleo. On the
trial trip ot thft inventor's boat, a Japanea
helper Is aurpiua.t In the act of examining
the mechanljm oi the ventilating devloe,
Hope report! favorably on the new device,
but there are others Interested In It, An
attempt to burglarise Dr. Burke'a laboratory
falls, but latsr Cleo finds him murdered In
his bedroom Cko sells her father's books to
get money; later she nnas a jote irorn
which she learns that trtev contain the
secret formula. With Hope she races to
the auctioneer's store only to find It In
flames. Olga Ivanoff and Gerald Morton,
two spies in search of the formula, attempt
tt. cr.Dture Cleo when aha calls at the house
tf Stephanskl, the anarchist. Hope rushes to
nr aid; Morton snoots at mm but ins DUliet
hits a bomb, In the cellar, which explodes.
Stephanskl dies In the wreck of his house:
the others escape, Hope and Cleo attend
a ball at Mrs. Del mar' a whose nephew has
two of the missing books. Mahltn, a spy,
attempts to steal the books, but Is dis
covered by Hope; In the excitement that
follows the books disappear. Mahllh escapes.
Hooe and Cleo take a boat for an Island
out In the bay. The conspirators follow In
omer ooais. man. in ana me dap turn -out
the Island light. Morton's boat wltb the
countess strikes a ttray mine In the bay.
After a violent storm Hone and Cleo arrive
on a strange Island and discover that ths
man they hunt Is hers. But Mali! In and the
Japanese also reach ths Island and put up
a fight for the books. They esuapa from
Hope but return and dynamite the shack,
(Continued From Yesterday.) '
The Secret Submarine
By . Alexander Powell '
Author o! "Th. En. of tb. Trait," "Flf htlnf hi Flandera," "The Road to Clorr." "Via Is
Franca," etc. Copyrifht, 19U, bj fi. AlaaaiaW Pawril.
small table behind a column, watch,
ing all four, of them, sat Mahlin.
AU at once Olga,' who had. never
taken her eyes from the door, grasped
Morton's arm.. , v : ,;"
"Lookl" she whispered. "There he
is!". . ' . .
In the dorway, a parcel under his
arm, stood Dr. Owen. A boy was
helping him oft with, his coat. Even
as Olga spoke he signaled to the head
waiter. They were so close that they
could hear his words. ,
"Where is Lieutenant Hope sit
ting'" he asked.- "He- if expecting
me." " v ' ' '' ' . . ,
"Yes, sir,".-said the man, preced
ing him down the room toward
Hope's table. fTMt way, if you
pleas, sir." ':. ..
Owen had started" to follow the
head waiter when Morton, realizing
that to obtain possession of the book
he must adopt desperate measures,
stepped from behind the palms.
"This is Dpctor Owen, ?sh't it'"
he said cordially. "1 am .Lieuten
ant Hope.' I heard you asking for
me. It was mighty, kind of you to
meet me here. Suppose we step out
to the bar and have a drink before
ordering dinner'" .
But the doctor instinctively hesita- -ted.
He had a vague feeling that
there was something familiar about
the fellow. He seemed overnervous.
Meanwhile the head waiter, sup
posing that Doctor Owen was follow
ing him, proceeded down , thef room
to the table where Hope and Cleo
were sitting. .
"Here is the gentleman you were
expecting, sir," he said, and pulled out
the extra chair. , , .
"Beg pardon, sir,''' he added, "but
he seems to have stopped' to talk
with another gentleman.. That's him, .
there by the door, sir' j ,,
As Hope looked he saw Doctor
Owen hand a paper-wrapped parcel
to the man with whom he was talk
ing. Springing to his feet ' so sud-
denly that he upset his chairiTie fairly
sprinted the length of the room.
, "Is this Doctor Owen?".
"Yes," said the doctor. ' That's
my name." . ! ,
"My name is Hope," said the' 'officer
rapidly. "I wired vou - vesterdav
about Fitzmaurice's .book. Did you
onng it witn your;
"But this man says his name is
Hope," cried the bewildered ohvsi-
cian, indicating Morton, who, having
obtained the book, was slowly edging
toward the door. '"There's the book,
he's got it in his hand. I just gave
it to him." - - .V
Hope whirled on , Morton. ,'; :
"Give me that book," he demanded,
advancing threateningly. - i .
"Not on your life Mister Lieuten.
ant," sneered the other, and, as Hopl
sprang at him, he turned and tossej
the book to Olga. As Hope and Mor
ton grappled, Olga dashed toward ths
door; but, quick though she was,
Cleo, who had seen everythingj was ;.
quicker, still. Flinging herself, with
all the strength of her lithe young
body, upon the Russian woman, she
wrested the precious volume from her
hand. As she did so she felt the floor
of the restaurant heave sickeningly
beneath her feet'. The building rocked
and reeled; the chandeliers swung like
pendulums gone mad; glassware and
dishes went crashing to the floor;
the music stopped abruptly; and
diners, waiters and musicians joined
in a mad stampede for the door.
. "It's an earthquake (" screamed
someone. "Run for your lives lM and
at that moment the ceiling fell. r
(To Be Continued Tuesday.) ;
Scarcely had the door closed behind
him before Olga was herself ransack
ing the drawers of the desk. But the
book was not there. It must be in
the other, part of the house. Ai she
was leaving the consultation room to
continue her search elsewhere her eye
was caught by a card which was lying
on top of the doctor's engagement
book. She picked It up. It was the
card bearing Hope's message, the card
which Satsuma had obtained by a ruse
and, by another ruse, had returned,
and which the maid hadj evidently
placed where the doctor would see it
As Olga was reading the message she
heard the sound of a motor stopping
before the door. Dr. Owen had re
turned sooner than she had expected.
She acted with promptness and de
cision. Fulling down her heavy veil,
she opened the door of the waiting
room and stepped onto the veranda
just as the physician was ascending
the steps.
I ve been waiting nearly an nour
for you, doctor," she said in a muffled
voice, but it is so late that 1 will
have to return in the morning," and
she hurried down the walk.
"Don t know who she is, observed
the doctor to himself as he entered
the house, "but there's something
about her reminds me of that good
looking girl that tried to sell me the
ncyclopedia this morning.
Bv 8 o'clock every table in the
Palm room of the Hotel Arbor was
taken, for it was a Saturday night in
the height of. the season.
Morton, by a liberal tip to tne Head
waiter, had succeeded in obtaining a
table close to the door, but screened
by palms, so that he and Olga were
enabled to watch all who entered or
left the room without themselves
being seen. Though Olga had dis
carded the dustcoat which she had
worn in the afternoon, she had draped
about her hat a heavy veil which could
instantly be dropped over her tace
in case oz necessity.
From their place of concealment be
hind the palms Morton and Olga, who
bad purposely gone to the restaurant
early, saw Hope and Cleo enter, and
saw them conducted by the head
waiter to a table which he had evi
dently reserved for them. And, at a