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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JULY 25. 1916.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
ON WEST DODGE ST.
181 ft frontafe on Dods St by llo
deep, corner lot, on two paved etreeta. In
the Wwt Farnam dlitriot offered for
immediate Ml at only $10 a front foot.
Thla la a dandy corner for apartment
house, brick flats or ttrrara, or for thro
or four detached houaea. No other ground
facing- Dodr fit In lmmadlat ' vicinity
for leag than $60 a front foot. We hav
a few daya only at thla low price, ao get
huy; probably won't ba advartlaed but
GLOVER AND SPAIN,
tn-o city National. txu. Iim,
3625 CALIFORNIA ST.,
A new attractive, well-built houee. Lot
H Mi ft. front Near abme of th baet
homee In Omaha, has targe living room,
fireplace, attractive dining room with
built-in buffet convenient kitchen and
four good bed room. All oak floor
and the very heat of cone true lion
throughout Price $1,800. And we will
mane good trmf,.
GEORGE & COMPANY
Phone D. T6e. $03 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
.DANDY 7-r. home, only half block So Far
nam Car Lin. Prlc reduced fiora $4.(60
to $1,660 Haa 1 large rooma and recpt
hall Drat floor, and 4 nloe large bed rooma
and bath aecond floor, -Haa. beautiful
hade; alo fruit grape arbor, etc Hi
full basement, eolid brick foundation.
Built by owner for home. Don't overlook
this. Osborne, 701 Omaha Nat'l an. Blag.
FOR SALE MY SERVICES
Law student it years of age, Is d
trmlned to. realise ambition to be i
uceesaful real estate man. Want to join
a live real estate firm and learn the
business. Am well educated, aJert and
offer excellent reference from both paat
and preaent employers. Box 4314. Bee,
MIS LINCOLN BLVD. Hrootn nous,
strictly modern, with hot .water heat
WKST far nam rssldenc. best St. at IllN.
Sfttb Av.. oak flnlab. 1 baths: 16.000.
Terms easy lougla 1047.
WE!"T FARNAM CORNER.
Mod.ni room bungalow, wttb corner
vacant Room to build two brick flat,.
8. P BOBTW1CK BON.
BARGAIN AT $1,800.
WMt end. -bout, and lot. 8101 Davett.
port. Call 141 Lincoln Blvd. Harney 1781.
NORTH SIDE BARGAIN
Very nifty, (-room bungalow style with
large room, living - room, - dining-room.
un room, oak finish with o&K floors,
' fine - bedroom, bath and kitchen, very
large attic that could easily be flnlihed
off into 2 fine large bedrooms, full lot;;
house strictly modern..' Look this' over,
No. SOU N. 32nd St Price $3,600, can
make aaay term. J , X,
D. V, SHOLES CO.,
; - 016 City National. Bk. Bldg,
. SllLLER PARK.
1 $300 DOWN AND $35 A MONTH.
This brand new, 6-room. strictly modern
bungalow la Juat finished; large lot, south
front: paved street: J blocks from nark,
blocks from1 car Una; 2 blocks from
Miller Park school. Must be seen, to be
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
OMAHA NAT. BANK BLDO. D. 1781.
A nifty new' bungalow; $ well arranged
living rooma, oak finish, modern In every
way. South front lpt, 14 block from
Sherman Av, car; Just north of Kountze
place. Le.u tell more about thla place.
106 - McCarua.'-
$100 CASK $16 PER MONTH.
A dandy good cottage, I rooma on first
floor; 2 finished uptalrs; hag gas, electrla
iignt ana sewer -connections; tot 4 on 32
-'only 2 block to car;, close? to school
located at 3677 Hartmaa Av-' Prlc
$1,676; $100 caah, $16 per1 month. Phone
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1114 Harney St
7 rooms and sleeping porch, strictly
modern, and In 'good condition. Price
$4,600; tenne. Located 4107 N. 4?tn Bt
... NORR1S' & NORRlS.
sou Bee Bldg. Phone poug.aa 4$7qV
BEAUTIFUL modern oak -finish bungalow.
Jut new. Price $2,660, on vary easy
terms. Doug. ISO 2. '
NEW bungalow, ft-room, all modern, 60-foot
lot south front, at a bargain, only $2,760,
. near 46th and Chariaa. Call owner. Red
KOUNTZE PLACE restricted district real
danc for sale. P. V. Knlest, .61& N Uih.
(ROOM house, modern except heat reaaon
. ( able, by owner. 262$ .Grant St Web. 720$.
6-ROOM bungalow, brand new, all modern,
oak floors throughout; oak flnlih In liv
ing and dining rooma; large, light, whit
enamel bedrooms;, good location; restricted
addition. A bargain at $$,160. Easy
BENSON & CARM1CHAEL,
CtiPoxton Blk. Doue 17il.
FOR RELIABLE AND SAFE
KIRIu AND TORNADO INSURANCE
O'NEIL'S R. B. & INS. AOBNCT,
t34 Brandela Theater Bldg. . Tyler 1034.
3073 S. 1TH 7-r.- mod., newly painted, pa
pered and varnlehed; atreel paved; 124.60.
Berka A Htiell. D. 6861.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
After looking- at Ul.NNE LUSA 300 dif
ferent buyera decided that It waa the beet
propoaltlon on the market and they
backed thalr Judament by BUV1NCI lou.
It YOU will come out today you will
unde.-atand why oUiera are buying.
CHARLES W. MAHT1N & CO-,
742 Omaha Nat'l Bunk Bldg.
FOR bargains in lot In nil parts of the
cf'.y see P. J. Tebblns. tU6 Omaha Nat
Bk. Phona D. Mil.
$ dandy vacant loU, V block to oar
iin; uut to $1,000 oaab for quick sale.
CALKINS A CO.,
iiouglas 121 City Nat. Bank Bldg
MINNS LUSA Nice lot on Tltua Ave., near
. 34th St., can be bought at a bargain;
thlB lot must be sold; ee me quick. C
A Orlmmai, 849 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
FOR SALIC Lot 06x140, one-half block
from Miller park, across street from
Mtnn Lusa addition. Call Colfax 1260.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
START YOUR HOME IN BENSON I
BUT THIS LOTI
$10.00 down and $10.00 per month, prlc
$260.00; sue, 60x1211; located on Locust
St., oetween Clark and Buraham, not
far from school and car line. Oeo. ft,
Wright, Bee office, Omaha.
Go out to Lynnwood today and s the
beautiful lota w ax sailing from $460
m $600. ' r
A. P. TUKEY & SON, '
Phone Doug. 692. 16fl7-8 W. O. W. Bldg.
Corner, on paved street, water, sewer,
heigh borhod well built up with moder-nte-prlced
homes, only $760 for short
GEORGE O. WALLACE, $14 Keellne.
UUNDES 6-room modern bungaliw. Built
by us $3,760. On easy tarms.
W. L. SgLBY A SONS. Phono Doug. 1610.
For sal by owner; ten acres in fruit:
ery well Improved; 7 -room, all, modern
house; line new barn; new brick chicken
houie; fln water; an Ideal place all
around; lay high and alghtly; Ub than
a mtle from the Dodge street parud road.
Cull owner. Douglas $10$.
TWO ACRES AND B UNO A LOW.
Fine Place near Benson: 4 rooms, elee-
trio Ught, barn, chicken house, fln well.
P. J. TKnBENS CO.
60S Omaha Nat Bk. Phone D. lilt
LOT near munlclDal beach at Carter lake.
Fine place for summer cottage. Phone
REAL ESTATE Exchange
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
7 -room modern hous with hardwood
rimer, in first story, eicept kitchen and
bathroom; nice finished natural upstairs;
run cemented basement mo, i,odu
mortgage, $2,400, Will iohang equity
for vacant land, with good, hard soil, In
J. H. OI! MONT A CO.,
4K-18 Kelln Bldg. Phone Doug. 010.
THIS wonderful Increase In BEE Want Ad
can bs traced to only one source
Good result at less con than any other
25.748-MORE PAID WANT ADS
th first six months of ll$ than In the
same period in isle.
FOR SALB or trad for land, a furniture
and undertaking stock and building In
good live 8. D. town, olng a good busi
ness, best of reasons for selling. It will
pay you to look this up. Address) T
FARMS. Ranches. Residences. Apartments,
merchandise stocks, Income f all kinds.
Can matcn any aeai or merit.
,1. A. ABBOTT. 4 Patterson Blk., Omaha,
OMAHA Income property for good Nebraska
.- farmi and ranches, what hav TOUT J.
U Barber, 10$ Keelln Bldg. Ty. 1T10.
FARMS, ranches, city property, acreage and
Investments for sal and exchange.
Morgan. 1010 Cuming St Doug. 1466.
HfiTRl. and furniture at Dallas. S. D
exchange D C707. To land sV Trumbull.
CAN ll or exchang anything you hav
to offer C. J canan. Mci.agu piag.
EQUITY In aood $-r. hous for cottage
worth. '13400. Colfax 106$ after Ham.
REAL ESTATE B'nesa Pr'ty
FOR BALE 264x122, face three treats
-natT,new Ford building; splendid manu.-
.. faotuiing alt. Addreaa. B-H, Be.
REAL! ESTATE Investment
w u. LUbr a A, (us amiM oiag.
. Ral fstatv city property, large ranch
' . a specialty.
RcaTJEitate Loans, and Mprtgageg.
- MONEY TO LOAN ON
Apartment houses, double brick houses.
single houses, business property and farm
.anas at per nt per cent e pr ct
v ,W. -H. THU1A8,
SH Keellne Bldg, .. Douglas 1041.
6 p.ER CENT tp 6 per cent on beat class city
residences., la amounts- .$2,000 up; also
i farm loans. Reasonable commissions. -.
PETERS THU&T CO., ,1822 Farnam St
$3,060 mortgage bearing, 4 H par cent eml-
, annual, sec. oy prop, vatuea at fio.ai.
Talmage-Looml Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
$2,600. mortgage bearing 6H per cent semi
annual, see by prop, valued at $0,600. Tal
mage-Lnoml Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
' SHOP EN 4 COMPANY.
bUO OTHER Omaha newspaper Is making
anywhere near the increase in it want
Ad columns mm THB BEE. 16,741 MORS
PAID WANT-ADS th first six months
Qt 1$U than In th same period of 11.
Beat Price- Beat Results.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
- O'KKEFB .REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Douglaa $71$.
MONEY ,.U foah on Improved farms and
rancnes we also buy gooa rarm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
REAL. ESTATE loans, alx per cent
D. E. BUCK oV CO.,
912 Omaha Nat Bank.
W. T. .GRAHAM,
MONEY on hand for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
t National ttttcuidf.
CITY' and fairm loanep 6, b, 6 per cant
j; n viumont m. ca, 4i Keellne Biag.
66 V 0 Per cen t
THOS. L. McGARRY,
Keellne Bldg. Red 4344.
CITY, loans a specialty. Lowest rates. First
Trust CO.,: D. ,1161. 303 HO. 13th St
fl A t?X7TT BP'nC Omaha
.Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Tnf MONET HARBISON A MORTON.
O pCU 916 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. .
$100 to -$10,400 made promptly. F. D. Weaa
Weafl Bldy , lSh. ado Farnam Bta.
'Abstracts ot Title
kCno-anfoo Abstract Co. We can bring
VlUardlltcc down your abstract on
hort notlc. R. 7, Fatterann Bldg. D. 2947
T7'M Title. Guarantee and Abstract Co.
XVC1I Jog s0- 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mas..' Bonding at ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of-
fie in NbraKfe n tiranaeis i neater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Colorado land excursions, expenr s paid! u
L. Netheway. inornre: Neb, riorence
140 ACRES well improved farm, west Iowa,
at. $100 per-acre; all unable; rolling land
$6,000 will handle deal.
THOS. CAMPBELL, KEELINB BLDG.
FOR SALE Good stock and grain farm,
Bb per acre; near state university, Law
rence Morse her, Lawrence. Kan.
- GUARANTEED PROFITS
YES, w mean every word we say: we
will guarantee you a profit, If you Invest
your money in a pecan orchard. We
have the best that money can buy, lo
cated on the gulf coast If you really
want a good Investment her It Is.
PECAN ORCHARD THAT NEVER FAILS
TO BEAR. For, full particulars see
W. T. SMITH CO.,
Doug. 2H9.v U2-14 City NatL Bk. Bldg.
160-A. ALLOTMENT. Washita river bottam
alfalfa farm. All In cultivation, 46 a- In
alfalfa, I consider It the choicest tract of
land In Oklahoma. Fenced and cross
fenced with hog fence. Located I mile
from Chtckaaha, a city -of 12,000. With
school -and college advantages, which,
you wlUVflnd .by .Investigating, are unsur
passed In Oklahoma. 1 am In. the hard
ware business, not real tate, and hav
recently concluded to sell my farm. I
wilt not consider trades. Prefer to deal di
rect with purchaser.
' H. T. HAMPTON, Chlckasha, Okt
1,160 ACRES, good stock and farm land;
lb unoer piow; iou piowaoie; sod pas
ture; fair Improvements; well and spring.
$18 acre; term or cash. J. V. H1U, ownr.
Llsco, Garden county,. Neb.
HIGHLY, improved 160-acre farm lnNB
Nebraska for sal. Owner will consider
good house In Omaha part payment Easy
terms. Sickness and old age reasons for
selling. Alton Savings Bank, Alton, Iowa.
FOR SALE Best largo body high grade
medium priced land In 'Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wl-
North Dakota Lands.
BUY landa under our "half earnings" or
"pay as you make it" plan. Hackney
Land Credit Co.. St. Paul, Minn.
CHEAP FARMS Any sice, easy terms, In
toe beautiful usarns or Dent county. Mo.
W. S. Frank, 201 NevHl Blo.:k, Omaha.
GET literature and map on the cheapest
gooa iana in unitea states.
BAKER A TILLOTSON.
16th and Pouglaa Sts.. Omaha. Doug. 11$$.
1,120-ACRE cattle ranch In eastern Wy
oming; 600 acros under irrigation; 260
acres in alfalfa. If Interested, address H.
Fischer, 401 City Nat B. Bldg., Omaha,
ARE YOU GOINO TO BUY LAND?
If so, get a copy of our Journal first
It has lands, city property and stocks
of good advartlaed from nearly vry
state. So that you can find Just what
you wish In Its column. Established
19 year, reaching 72,000 readers. Send
2Bo for on year's subscription, or $1 for
FARM AND REAL E8TATB JOURNAL,
ACREAGE i" to $-A. tracts on car line.
Kaay terms, u. k. combs, sil Brandel
Thea. Bldg. Doug. $91$.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
TWO wagon umbrellas, $1.00.
N. 16 lb.
FARM LANDS FOR RENT
100 ACRES, Howard county, Nebraska, 100
acres In cultivation, 1$ aores alfalfa, bal
ance pasture and hay meadow, fenced;
4-room house, barn and hay mow for
eight head; good wall, windmill; three
qurtr mil school, four and one-half
miles to town. O. A, Swsnson, 160$ N.
36th St., Omaha.
POULTRV AND PET STOCK
PIGEONS pay tar better than chickens;
always penned up; little ipso needed to
start; free book explain all. Majeatlo
Squab Co., Dept. II, Adel, la.
FRESH aquatic plant for your nh glob,
90o. Will keep fish healthy. MAX
OKIflLBR BIRD CO.
AUTOMOBILES FOF SALE
Assessment Valuation to Be
Submitted to Equalisation
BIO OAIN IN REAL ESTATE
Kit MODELS. QOOD SBRV1CSABLB
CARS FOR UN AND DP.
1041 Farnam IL Don. UN.
IN USED CARS.
Almoat any make roadster, speedster
snd touring cars. 0ti Fords, a snap. Win
sell these cars at almost any prloe, as
ws must nsve me space.
O W. FRANCIS AUTO CO,
$$1$ Farnam. Doug. $11.
FOR SALE Mitchell, six cylinder, 10 hp.
touring car, 1014 model. Haa run leas
. than $,00 miles and guaranteed me
chantcally sound In v.r particular, orlai
nal cost with itra qutpment, $1,S(, will
ell for $000 caah. A. R. Kinney, Kavenna.
Must sU alt our second-hand automo-
blles within $0 day. W hav several
1 makea and ar giving batter values than
anyone ,siaa, ,. .
. Johnson-Danf orth Co.
ltll-ll-l N. llth IL
. " $100 REWARD
. For arrest and conviction of thief who
steak, your car wnue insured by
. KILLY, EL LI 8 A THOMPSON,
tll-U-CHy Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug $11$
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
$20$ Farnam. Doug. $$10.
111$ Saxoa $$ftt
. 116 Rao Touring. $
. .1114 Cadillac Touring, acnflc.
1114 Col Touring , Ill
CADILLAC, fully 'equipped, surely a hand-
some oar, can be bought cheap for cash.
auoe rsraam Bt. upon Sunday.
W USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY-O'BRIEN AUTO CO.,
. 1S14-14-1 Farnam St
WE will trade you a new Ford for your old
on. ' ,
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
10th and Harney. Doug. Bill
FORD, lateit model; haa general electric
starting and lighting system. Thl la th
best buy In Omaha. 2064 Farnam SL.
1016 MAXWELL, driven 2,000 miles, just
UK new, extra urea, cheap, can ar
rang terms. 2064 Farnam St., open Sun
GOOD light touring car, electric lights.
cheap. Call Harney 257 Sunday. Carllsl.
420 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
6-PASSENQER, fully equipped; bargain.
rnone walnut mis.
FORD touring car for sale cheap. 1$24 Bah
ler. Colfax 412.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
uoii repairec. nayqorrr, HP it. nth.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service and
prices right $1$ S. l$th St. D. TII0.
. . NOTICE.
to General, unsecured creditors
OF THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
COMPANTr: 1 ' .
The icUlowlnir "draer. flxlnc th time for
flHng .general and unsecured claims of cred
itor agalnat the Mttieouri Pacific Railway
Company and referring such claim to Spe
cial Maater, Hon. Georg C. Hitchcock,
Room 811, New National Bank of Com
merce Building, 416 Pine Street, St Louis,
Missouri, was entered July $d, 191$, by
Honorable William C. Hook, United States
Circuit Judge for . the Eastern Division.
Eastern District of Missouri, in the Receiv
ership pfoc)dlngs against th Missouri Pa
cific Railway Company:
t-- OH LUSH,
REFERRING. CLAIMS OF CREDITORS TO
TIME FOR FILING CLAIMS.
IT IS ORDERED that th holder or hold
ers of unsecured claims or demands against
satd defendant, The Missouri Pact no Rail
way Company, and all persons (other than
the holders of bonds or other obligations
payable by said Railway Company and se
cured by mortgage or pltdg of collateral.
the respective' trustees of mortgages or
trust Indentures given to secure payment of
tns same, ana toe noiaers ox eucn claims aa
may have bean approved for payment by
order herein) who claim any Interest In, or
Hen upon any of the fund or property in
possession of the Receiver of said Railway
Company, are hereby required to file state
ments of the nature, dale of accrual and
amounts of their respective claims and de
mands, duly verified by th oath of th
person or bV an officer of th corporation
making auch claim, with GEORGE. C.
HITCHCOCK, heretofore appointed Special
Master In this cause, at his office, - Room
11 to 813, New National Bank of Com
merce Building, 416 Pine Street, In th City
of SL -Louis, State of Missouri, on or before
the FIFTEENTH DAT OF AUGUST, 11$.
uiaima snail n prorea on in basis ox
allowanoo of interest to August 19, 1916, th
date of th appointment of th receiver
herein, without prejudice to the right of th
claimants to claim Interest accruing there
after upon the amount found to be due to
aald claimants, respectively, on said 19th
day of August, 1916.
Any party to thl cause, said receiver, and
any party who file hi claim or demand
accordance with this order, may SI
with said Special Maater within thirty daya
after AUOUST 1$TH an answer to any
claim or demand filed with him aa herein
ordered, and may oontest th same. All
claims and demands so Died are hereby
referred to said Special Master to Investi
gate, hear proof and report thereon both
as to the amount justly owing thereon, aa
to any lien oy which they are secured and
aa to th ordar In which they are lawfully
entitled to payment Th Special Master
may In bis discretion hear proofs In re
spect of claims contested or uncontested.
in tns vuy oi Bt, bout or elsewhere, and
shall notify all solicitors of record of the
times and places of all hearings, and may
adjourn such heatings from tlm to time
and from plac to place. Said Special Maa
ter 1 hereby directed to proceed under thl
order with all reasonable diligence and
make and file In writing his report or re
ports on all claim or demands which have
been filled and presented to him, and all soli
citors of record in this cause, aa well as ths
solicitors of record for the parties present
ing saia claims or aemanas, shall be notified
by the Special Master, tr. writing, and any
filing of said report or reports, and any
party to this cause, or holding any such
claim or demand, filed as aforesaid, or said
receiver, may. within twenty days from
th tlm of th filing of any such report of
th Special Maater, file speclflo exception
thereto. Exception not so filed will not be
considered by the Court, and If no exceptions
are filed within such twenty-day period the ,
report or reports shall stand confirmed.
Th Special Maater herein ahall cause that
portion of this order relating to th presen
tation and allowance of claims to be pub
lished forthwith, one each week, for four
successive week in a newspaper of general
circulation published In the City of St
Louts, Stat of Missouri; In a newspaper of
general circulation published In th City of
Kansas uity, siai oi Missouri; in a news
paper of general circulation published in
the City of Omana, State of Nebraska: In
a newspaper of general circulation published
In the City or Atchison, state ot Kansas;
n a newspaper oi general circulation pub
lished in th City of Pueblo. But of Col
orado, and in a newspaper of general cir
culation published In ths City of Nsw York,
State of Nsw York.
(Signed) WILLIAM C. HOOK,
United States Circuit Judg.
Dated July 3d, 191$. S10JylO-17-24-31
The 1916 asstnent valuation of
Douglko county real and ;'cri.,Al
property, which will be submitted to
the State Board of Equalization by
County and City Assessor H. G.
Countman Tuesday, will indicate an
increase in the value of Douglas coun
ty property of $17,215,215 over 1915.
equal to 6i per cent
The total value of anessable prop
erty in Douglas county, according to
the new, assessment, is $257,739,5,
at compared with $240,524,420 in 115.
By far the greater portion of the in
crease ia in real estate and improve
ments. Personal property taxed
shows a slight decrease over last
year, this being caused by the drop
ping from the rolls of $500,000 cap
italization of the City National bank
and $200,000 of the German-American
bank, both of which institutions have
ceased to exist.
"More Equitable," says Assessor.
"The assesment is a far more equi
table one than any we i ave had for
amny years," says Mr. Counsman.
"This year we have made a painstak
ing effort to protect home owners
from unfair assessments and have
raised the assessed valuation upon
many pieces of business property
which formerly did not pay their fair
The tabulation of the new assess
ment will be completed tomorrow and
the report will be submitted at once
to the state board at Lincoln.
Following are the totals fo; real and
personal property for 1916, compared
with those for 1915. It must be noted
that the assessed values are only 20
per cent of the actual values:
r i$u. m.
Real estat and Im
provements $80,SM84 $3.6,M
Personal property... 14,51,l$$ 14.687.04H
The city of Omaha and its suburbs
provide almost the entire increase in
valuation. The exact figures for the
valuation of Omaha property and
county valuation outside of Omaha
have not yet been prepared.
Husband Asks for
Alimony from Wife
lohn G. Limbauch, . cabinet maker,
aged 58 years, has filed a cross-petition
in divorce against his wife, Mrs.
Julia Limbaugh, 702 North Eighteenth
street, asking alimony to the amount
of $5,000 and judgment for $1,929.40.
alleged to have been obtained from
him in cash and personal property by
Mrs. Limbaugh is considered
welathv. and has auite extensive prop'
erty holdings in Omaha, netting her
a revenue,: to Limbaugh claims in
his petition, of $140 monthly. She
was Mrs. Julia Rosters Thomas prior
to her marriage with Lmibaugii on
October 15. 1914.
Limbaugh'i suit is filed in answer
to a divorce action opened Dy Mrs
Lambaush Tune 24. in which she asks
a decree on grounds of non-support
and extreme cruelty;
In reply Limbaugh - cnarges that
Mrs. Thomas asked him to marry her.
agreeing to provide him with a home
during the remainder of his life, in
return for his services in helping care
for her oronerty.
He also alleges that he was able to
earn $16 per week at the time of his
marriage, and turned S13 ot tins
amount weekly over to Mrs. Lim
baugh to be applied upon indebted
ness on a small piece of property he
owned near west romt.
Limbaunh now alleges that his wife
has treated him cruelly, has refused
to permit him to occupy their home.
and has rendered no accounting to
mm tor the money he paid her. He
also alleges she has taken possesssion
of valuable household belonging's.
wnicn are nis property, and that as a
result of her treatment of him he is
unable to work and is now an obient
Colds yd Attention.
Tour cold n,eda Pr. Bell', Plne-Tar-Hon-
y; It out, phloem, kill, aormi, atop, th.
eoush. Ouly SBo, . All drusclita. Adv.
AUTOMOBILES FOF SALE
The Secret X Submarine
Author of "Ta Ens) of la Trail,"
By Alexander Powell
"Fifhtina in Flanders," The Roatf to Glorr Vle U
Cosrrifht IBI, by . Alexander I swell.
I moan which ended in a frenzied wail
of "JarvUl larvis!" Then her eves
lLii... t HN)ptI , . i opened and she looked up in the
l.eutenant Jarvle Hope is detailed by tho fa(. nx .u. nxfltA
V nited Btate naval board to Invegtlgate I taCe 0t tne nUM ,he lovcrl
and report hie flndlmi on the Invention of i "la it rcnllv von Tarvie " ah - nut.
mured, "or am I dreaming? I saw
you swinging on that dreadful cable
I saw a man start to cut it
with an axe and then every
thing went black 1 thougfit
you had been killed,"
"Hook saved me," he answereJ,
i just as you laintea. darling.
"Thank God!" she whispered. "If
if anything had hauncned. larvis. I
should have thrown myself over the
Or. Rah'ti Burkn. hi,-h .w
eubmarlne to a elate of irfectlon. The
lieutenant arrive in Valdava and le wel
joined by the inventor and hi dauchter,
Clen. on th trial trip of the inventors
ftoat, a Japanene helper la surprised in the
aot of examining the mechanism of the
ventllatliif device. Hope reports favorably
on the new device, but there are others In
terested In It. An attempt to hurslarlse
pr. Burke's laboratory fh-., but later Oeo
finds him murdered in his bedroom, n ea
sel Is her father's books to let money; later
he finds a note from which she learns that
they contain the seorel formula, With Hope
no rcr 10 me auctioneers etore only
find It Id flame. Cta Ivanoff and Gerald 1 Cliff after you. Without Vol lift would
morion, iwo spins in eearcn or the formula, not l)C worth living.
-htmu'i iv rupture t. ieo wnen ma cans at nn ,. (rt- -Mu
the houaa of atet.ha.n.ki th avn.r. hi.t. unn. Uo yU car or ntt much
rushes to hr aid; Morton shoots at h!m,J that, dear heart?'
hut the bullet hits a bomb In the iella1 Ihelv.
... rsiiniH, BlOltlManDiLi kHQ V.1SQ
tend a ball at Mrs. Delmer'e, whose nephew
hai two of the tnlasinf books. Hahlln, a
spy, attempts to steal the books, but la dis
covered by Hope; In the excitement tbst
follows the books disappear. Uahlln es
capes. Hops and Cleo take a boat for an
Island out In tbe bay. The conspirators
follow In ether boats. Mahlln and the Jap
turn out ths Island llaht Morton's boat
with the countess strikes a stray mine in
the bay. After a violent storm Hops and
Cleo arrive on a strange island and dis
cover that the man they hunt Is there. 1 But
Ma hi In and ths Japanese also reach the is
land and put up a fight for ths books. They
escape from Hops, but return to dynamite
ths shack. Ths conspirators fall to harm
Hope and .Cleo. They manage to reach
flandsboro, where Dr. Owen has one of the
book. Bach of the others approtcb, the
doctor, hut he refuses to hear them. He
arranges to meet Hops st the hotel with the
book. Morton poses aa Hope and but .for
an earthquake would have poteesaed the
volume. Cleo Is captured by Morton and
taken In his friend's aeroplane to a lonely
cabin In the mountains. She finds (here the
book for Which they search. Fortunately
alie gets a note to Hope, who, with Hook,
starts to their rescue. As he crosses the
chasm In the swinging basket Mahlln steals
up and chops at the cable with aa as.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
DON'T throw away old tires. We make one
new ure iron, i om ones and save you 10
per eent. t in 1 Vulcanising Co.. J 616 Day
anport St., Omaha. Neb. Douglas 11 4.
lOxS-IN., SOxSVfc, 18.76. other sixes
In proportion. Duplex Tiro Co., 2611 Far
nam street. -
REBUILT. $8.00 TO 16.00.
DUO TIRE CO., 111 CHICAGO ST.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
HAKiYUAVlbHON MUTOHUVCLald. bar?
gain in used machines, vivtor Hoos. "Toe
Uotcrcvrl Men " t70D 1.vfl wnrrfe
FOR SALE Indian twin, guaranteed" in
good condition, si. Irvin Drake, Lyons,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Hannah C. Thompson and hu.band to
Wlnur BylM, Fort atroot. 100 ft
oat of TwflntP'.evantn, atr.t, aouth
aide. 50x130 1
Hannah C. Thorapaon and huaband to
wtntar Brl.a, crown Point avenu..
101 feet east of Twentjr.oeventh
treet, north aide. 4Bk1S . .
Hannah C. Thompoon and huaband to
winter Brlea. Crown Point avanue,
140 feet eaot of Twent7-aaventh
atreet, north ilde. 46x18....,
F. J. Mcflhane, Jr., aheriff, to Newman
arove state Bank, northweet corner
Thlrtr-alxth and Marcy atreoto. OOx
Carlton B. Boleri to Barker eompany,
Lincoln boulevard, fce.4 feet weat of
Thlrtyeecond atreat north aide. BOx
100 , ...,i... , 1
Mary McCann . 1o Vannle Lewi., Q
treat, lib feet weet or Twenty-fifth
treet. north aide. 28x00....'... l.Ofio
Oak C. Redlck and wife to Omaha
Boarding- and Supply eompany, Laav.
enworth atreet, 02 feet weat ef Flfty
third Itreet. north aide. 46x130
Clyde H. Fuller and wife to Mantle
J. Floth. northeaat corner Thirty.
flr.t and Burt .Irene, 41x1(0 1.100
Oeorve Barker and wife to the Or.
ham Ice cream oompany, Jonea
treat. 88 feet wat ef Fifteenth
atraeL north lde,'44xl2t.i,. 1
Nell B. Traver to Francis B. Brock
.elt. Thirty-third atreet, 04 feet aouth
of Parker atreet, weaL aide, 42.(4
HI ......... i.iJ J
Joanetta Foley. : admlnletratrlx, to
Arthur Dorn, Lako atreet, 2(1 feet
eaet of Twenty-fourth troet, north
elde, 48x144 1.0K
draco Orant to Harry L. - Henrlkaon,
Lake street, 108 feet weet of Forty
ninth avenue, aouth aide, 32x130.. 1
(Continued From Saturday.)
Again Mahlin'j axe rose and fellj
again it bit through a strand of. wire;
again the tight-stretched cable sang
and quivered. Hope, half way across
the chasm now, and literally dangling
between earth and sky, realized his
peril. Yet he was helpless. So grad
ual was the incline of the cable that
his progress was comparatively stow.
He knews that before he could reach
the opposite cliff Mahlin would have
done his work and he would go plung
ing downward to meet hit end on -the
rocks below. A thousand thoughts1
flashed through his mind.' ;
Cleo, marooned on the ledge and dy
ing of starvation. the secret
of the submarine lost to America
forever. He shut his eyes and his.
Hps moved m prayer. In another mo
ment it would all be over,. For a third
time the ax swung upward
and then a (hot rang outl A bullet
spattered itself against a rock within
a foot of Mahlin. He whirled about
and as he did so a second bullet tore
through his coat. Running across the
mesa, a huge navy revolver in his
hand, came Hook, fifing as he ran.
Even as Mahlin looked another bullet
sang by his head, whereupon he
dropped his axe and ran.
An instant later Hope reached the
opposite bank. Swinging himself nn
to the ledge, he ran to where Cleo
was lying in a heap.. His danger and
the perils tnrougn which . .she 1 had
passed had been too much for her:
she had fainted. Lifting her limp and
slender form, he bore her into the
cabin and laid her tenderly upon the
"Cleo I Darling I" he whispered bro
kenly.. ?"Speak to me. Jt's Jarvis." ,
Slowly consciousness returned. Her
bosom rose and fell.4 A tinge of ;blor
invade'd' tlie alabaster of her checks'.'
Her eyelids fluttered. She gave a
he. .VHfs wonder-
"I care for you mrrre than all the
world," she answered simply.,
"You are all the world to int." he
whispered tenderly, as he drew her,
close. 1 have loved you since the
first time I saw you, that afternoon in
your father's garden." '."' V " .
"It was love at sight jbr.' trie, :too,
Jarvis." "-V "
"Will you marry me, f lee- I
" "Yes," she breathedl Vo Sfjffly that
he could barely hear, . lray. and , her
arms stole round his neck.. Their lips
met and for a long moment there was
no sound. ' .
Held tightly in Hope's' arms-, her
head pillowed upon his shoulder, Cleo
related her adventures. She told of
being seized while strolling m. the out
skirts of Santa Kulalia and' (fragged
into a car and r!iloroformed'of find
ing herself in the cabin btv'th ledge,
with Morton, and of his attempt to.
force her into marrying him,
"The cadi" exploded Hope, clenchi
ing his fists. "The dirty curl ' 1 wish
I could get my hands on' hliul One
of these days I'll make, him pay for'
his treatment of you, mj'idafmiig."
"I knew that you Would como tor.
me, of course," Cleo. continued, "but
1 was afraid that you might bme too
late. I had made up tny mind 'that
if he returned and attempted, to so
much as lay a finger pn mr that I
would kill myself. , .Oh, Jari
vis, JarvisI" she cried,"; shuddering,
' you came just in time, my dear."
"ou must never think of it again,
dear heart," he said soothingly. '.'The.
danger is over now and you're safe in
"They say that every cloufcl has a
silver lining that out ofi evil good
shall come," said Cleo, turned ;sud;.
denly from grave to gayVSpj if1 thit.
awful man hadn't kidnaped ne and
brought me here I should neVer have
discovered this I" and She triumphant
ly held up the book that she had
found in tne cupboard. " '; 1 ... '
Hope fairly snatched; U from her
'''You don't mean to say, he almost
shouted in his excjlement,.i "'that
ou've actually found the formula
here, in this deserted cabin?'' . "
"I haven't found the formula ftself, '
she answered, "but I've found where
the formula is," and she showed him
the inscription in her father'a hand
writing on the inside of the back
cover. : ' ' , , "
i' " 'Philosophy,' " -'he -read-: slowly.
Lepage, sixty-one; every:,';iseventh
word. It can mean oiuy ob minp,
of course. It means that' if 'we. Will
read every seventh word on page sixty-one
of some work on philosophy
we will have the formula of your lath?
er's invention. But the question is,
which philosophy? There -must be
hundreds of works on the subject.' Can
you- remember, Cleo,lf;.heHP;was J
work on philosophy .mongjrour aatn
er's hooks?" . , "
Another Hitch as to Just What
the Agreement With Bail-,
WANT WOEK , PERMANENT
Another hitch developed in the Belt
Lire track elevation scheme when the
city council, committee of thef whole
considered a report from the City
Planning board and heard the view
of Chief Engineef E A. Headley of
the Missouri Pacific railway company.
, The planning board insists that the
railroad structure &ver Douglas and
Farnam streets shall be erected in a
permanent' rhinriei at this time, the
same a the company agrees to do at
Dodge, street that np curb columns
shaMI be used and that the head clear
ances' at Douglas' and Farnam streets
shall be-fourteen feet', instead of tem
porary .clearances pf thirteen feet.
a: The railroad people want to" place
stmt-ptrmannt. structures 'all Doug
las' Sprt .'Farnani: 'subject to being
inadtr perniairfnt -,WhtiO the proposed
larger project of Bolt-Line elevation
shall have been cirnpfeted. '':
Engineer Headley said the' City
Planning board's plan would cost
$.(8,000 more than the plan he claims
to have agreed upon with the plan
ning board a week. ago.
" Th .council put the matter off one
mbre'wejikv.hajimg'that in the mean
time .. .ailojher agreement niay be
Ttiomatl Fry "said the plan sub
mitted by the City Planning, board
was-unanimously indorsed by mem
hefs" of his hoards ."VV. H. D France
and C.AV. Hull orged'the council to
insist.' vpon the ' .planning board's
recommendations being carried out.
Commrssionn Hummel is beginning
t. baieve. itiilt'ftsj'.necessary to set
isi'de'-th; whole track elevation
schema ancCsrtcf edwith the original
viadOct .vU ff oven Dodge street and
then ordc viaducts over other streets
along the KeLInc:
..PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. J
Mr.' itd' Mra. Jafn OrtHi)lMf hav r
twtitid rqifn . ttfj-wefci' -outlnf apant at
WahjnKVtv,.v. er .Jons ana Nia;ax
V n n 1 I !
The Bee's Fund for
Free Milk and Ice
WHAT TWO LITTLE ; '
"My little sister, Virginia, aged 6,
and myself, aged 9, had a lemonade
stand on the corner the other day.
We made $1, which I enclose for the
milk and ice fund for the babies." '
So writes Laura M. Richardson.
Thank you, little girls. And may the
folks that pass your corner always be
very thirsty when you are operating
a lemonade stand for so good a pur
pose. The grown-up people are helping
the work along, too, so thst scores of
needy babies and small children of
deserving poor are receiving the help
that means life and health to them.
They could get this help NO OTHER
Prevlounlr acknowledged ,.,....:.;. SIM.S0
Lanra M, RlehMdaon . 1.00
Oottlleb Mori ; S.00
i. Z. Club" S.00
Demos Leave for
. State Convention At
J. A. Rine. L. J. TePoel and T. I.
O'Connor of the city hall departed at
sunrise in Mr, Rine's automobile for
the democratic state convention at
Mayor Dahiman, George Parks,
Charles E. Fanning and J. P. Butler
entrained during the afternoon for
the same destination. This advance
guard will be on the job early and, it
is understood, will do a little mission
ary work in behal. of State Senator
Placek of Wahoo as a candidate tor
the chairmanship of the new demo
cratic state central committee.
A delegation of Omaha democrats
will leave on the 7:10 Burlington train
Bill McCune Injured
When Hit by An Auto
Maioi William McCur.e. former
vestern manager for the Buffalo Bill
Wild West shows, was severely in-
j-red Sunday night when he was hit
by a flivver as he was crossing the
street from the Merchants hotel to
the Henshaw. The car gave no warn
ing and Mr. McCune was knocked to
the pavement. While no bones were
broken, the doctors declare that 'the
muscles of his left leg are badly torn
and an operation may be necessary.
He was taken to me nome at U7
(To Be Continued Tdmorrow'.)i!.
Mrs, Dorothy King
Asks Rehearing-ot ...
Mrs. Dorothy A. King," divdrced
wife of Leslie L. King; has asked for
a rehearing and new trial of her suit
against King and his father,, Charles
H. King, president of" the Omaha
Wool and Storage company,-in which
a decree was granted last week. . vi-.;
Mrs. King was awarded judgment'
for $1,525 from Charles -H. -King, the
.court holding that he. had taken over
possession of furniture and othef be
longings of the young couple and
which were subject to judgment ,fpr
alimony awarded her... . v "
The court held, however, that forty
shares of stock in the Omaha Wool
and Storage company' transferred" -by
Leslie L. King to his father were not
subject to. judgment for unsatisfied
alimony. It is to this part of the de
cree that Mrs. King mrks her ex
ception. , . t- .
Decree Granted and Petitions
Filed In Local Divorce Court
Dora Sefre has been granted a di
vorce from Henry M. Sefre , on' her
cross-petition. She is -given custody
of three minor children, "Hsrold.i Mil-,
dred and Eugene. Her -former j hus
band is ordered to pay $25 per month
toward their support. r.,,
C. R. Leuszler has brought suit for
divorce against Effie May Leuizlcr,
alleging extreme cruelty. '
Nellie Wiley has brought Suit for
divorce against Charles E., tlleging
Object to Correcting the
Corner at Blackstone
The City Planning board's; reeoni
mendation to the city council pro
posing a correction of the comers at
Thirty-sixth and Farnam streets has
been laid over for sixty days. The
management of the new Blackstone
hotel stated that the proposed curb
Changes would interfere with several
features of their hotel. I '
Let Baby Laugh
at Prickly Heat
ScWr " AnlHChftf Powdar- Has
.flk Gia4iil Su miliar
l$nfa:im9?too'Jbmnim h U flail
hhm4 W frtt at prickly haat and ehaflnt
.. now thc worty aim no mora. Schadel't
8aha4r AMt-Chafa , Powder positively
prevent ..ftrlekhf ' heat- antl chafint and all
other ho; weather ajcln-lrrltationa. Keepa tha
Henitsrmf ik rn TtltKhtfol!r " fresh. Grown
upt M41t, too; .Mtpeo.alljr plump people,
who dr 4 the hot weather ao much.
Rsjt Suhadera Anti-Chaia Powder todav.
In aprfbklatitop box 25c, At drugirtita and
dpartraent etore. Geo. C. Bcha4l ' Co
Mnnuracraren, nea-uaar wa.
Movi" AotreiieiVr :',
ind Their Hiir
Did it veif ociuif to you that every
movie actress, von have seen has love
ly hair,' while the. most popular count
their curis as their cniqi beauty t in
fact. . ( this is a secret), many are
leading ladies fust -because' of their
attractive , locka,. Inquiry among
them .discloses .the fact that they
bring- out all tha natural beauty of
their, hair by careful shampooing, not
with any Soap or, makeshift, but with
a simple mixture wmch. they make up
for themselves by putting a teaapoon
fol of nthrox, (which they get from
the druggist), in cup of hot water
and applying this Instead of soap.
After its use their hair dries rapidly,
with uniform color.. Dandruff, ex
cess oil. and dirt are dissolved and
entirely disappear.' -The hair is ao
fluffy that' It looks much heavier than
it is. - its lustra and softness is de
lightful.. "while tha stimulated scalp
gains ittie'-health, which insure hair
gruwL(o.-nAu.verHemeiii. , .
WHITE MTS., M. H.
;; maple Wood,, n. h.;
Hlfh , Altitude. Free from Hay Fever.
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Few people get through the'winter
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of the many blood maladies that leave
them weak and unfit to meet the try
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capable of supplying the energy and
tissue building properties necessary-to'
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1 This condition is revealed In jnany
ways, and by many symptoms, but all
point to one thing infected blood.
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It insures blood purity and. health.
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