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MOVlNu AND STORAGE
- Separate locked rooms, (or household
goods end pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
JH & th St Douglas list.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For reel movng service try us. 7arge
l-horee, padded vans. Storage, tt mith.
Satisfaction guaranteed. We move ou
QUICKER, CHEAPER AND 8AFEU.
Phone Tyler 0 or Douglas 48.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, atorag and mov
ing. HP N. lXtb St. "hone
Douglaa iU or Webster s9t.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Careful attention given to orders for
moving, packing or storage; office at Ray
mond Furniture Co., 1518 and 161 How
ard St. Phone D, S624.
"LT nfT TTV RENTAL
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
Hat of vacant bouses and apart
meats: also for storage, moving.
lth and Jackson Sts.
Vmn and two
Van and Storage Co. Moving, packing,
storage and chipping. Phona Ooug. 1491.
Jp P TPPTi Eapreea Co. Moving,
. tj. IXEjEjIJ packing and atoraaa.
1107 Paniam St. Douglaa UN
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
3625 CALIFORNIA ST.,
A new attractive, well-built house. Lot
. il ft. front Near some of the best
homes In Omaha, has large living room,
fireplace, attractive dining room with
built-in buffet, convenient kitchen and
four good bed' rooms. All oak floors
and the very beat of construction
throughout Price $6,600, And we will
make good terms.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Phone D. 76. B02 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
DANDT 7-r. home, only half block So Far
nam Car Line. Price reduced from f 4,650
to 15.660 Has 3 large rooms and recpt
hall first floor, and 4 nice large bed rooms
and bath second floor. Has beautiful
shade; also fruit grape arbor, etc. Has
full basement solid brick foundation.
Built by owner for home. Don't overlook
this. Oaborne, 701 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
WILL sell yon bargain tn a modern
bungalow, with garage and good lot for
98,500; 1,00Q cash.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
D. 1S1I. 114 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
sTfl LINCOLN BLVD. 11 -room bouse,
strictly modern, with hot water beat
WEST Farnam residence, best St., at 121 N.
Soto Ave.: oak finish, t baths; Hi, 006
Terms easy Douglas .2047.
WEPT FARNAM CORNER.
Modern f-room bungalow, wltb cornar
vacant Room to build two brick xlau.
B. P BOSTWICK A SON.
BARGAIN AT $1,800.
West end, house and lot, 8101 Daven
port Call 142 Lincoln Blvd. Harney 1718,
A GOOD BUT.
- , MODERN HOUSE.
This la Tour oonortunlty. located
block north of Lake on 28th Ave. We
have a good 4-room house, modern In ev
ery respect, built only a few years, that we
are offering for less than the cost of
house alone. This lot la small, but have
81 feet adjoining that we can get for
$860, which will make a fine proposition.
Will sell the lot aaparately. This la a snap
and won't last many days. Better aee
this place at once,
Formerly Hlatt-Fairfleld Co.. .
245-7-0 Omaha Nat Bank. Tyler 80.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
FIELD CLUB BARGAIN
8 -room house, facing 35th Street, with
hot water heat; all oak finish downstairs,
with beautiful fireplace, four stry bed
rooms and sleeping porch upstairs; attic
flntahed off in two nice rooms. Lot 6.x
116. Price $6,600.
Real Eatatc Loam and Mortgagee-
- -,rtf MONBY HARRISON MORTON
J ptt. lid Omaha Nat Bank Bldg
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
915-16 City National.
I-ROOM bungalow, brand new, all modern.
oak floors throughout; oak finish In liv
ing and dining rooms; large, light, white
enamel bedrooms; good location; restricted
addition. A bargain at 98.160. Easy
BENSON & CARM1CHAEL,
642 Paxton Blk. Doug. 1721.
1078 8. 16TH 7-r. mod., newly painted, pa
pered and varnished; street paved; $24.60.
Berks A Musil. D. 5047.
SIX large rooms, new and modern, oak
finish, large living room, three big bed
rooms, near car, pretty street. In Benson.
Can make low price and very easy terms.
Phone Benson 122, Trulllnger.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
After looking at M1NNE LUSA 800 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the beat
propoaitlon oo the market and they
backed their judgment by BUTINO lots.
If TOU will come out today you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO-,
742 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
ONE dollar down.
One dollar per week.
High, beautiful lots.
$876 to $875.
Near Fontenelle Park.
Close to car line.
SHULER & CARY,
104 Keellne Bldg.
FOR bargalna In lot. In all parts of th.
city see P. J. Tebblna, (06 Omaha Nat.
Bk. Phone D.
I dandy vacant lots, Vfc block to oar
line; out to $1,000 caab for quick sals,
CALKINS A CO..
Douglaa 1819 City Nat Bank Bldg
MINNE LUSA Nice lot on Tltua Ave., near
24th St., can be bought at a bargain;
this lot must be eold; see me quick. C
A. Grimm el. 849 Om. Nat Bk.'Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
1900 $10 CASH, $10 MONTH.
Apples, peaches, cherries, pears, rasp
berries, blackberries, grapes, currants;
close to paved road. Last acre In fruit
In this beautiful addition. Phone Tyler
60 and ask for Mr. Lowrey.
HASTINGS & HEY DEN,
1614 Harney Street.
START TOUR HOME IN BENSON I
BUT THIS LOTI
$10.00 down and $10.00 per month; price
$260.00' size, ovxizs; locaiea on ijocusi
St., between Clark and Burn ham, not
far from school and car line. Geo. R.
Wright, Bee office. Omaha.
Oo out to Lynnwood today and see the
beautiful lots we are aelUng from 9460
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
Phone Doug. 692. 1607-8 W. O. W. Bldg,
Corner, on paved street water, sewer,
neiuhborhod well built ud with moder
ate-priced homes, only $760 for abort
GEORGE G. WALLACE, 014 Recline.
$617 No. lth St
We are offering the biggest bargain In
a, modern, new and up-to-date bungalow
anywhere In the city; very neatly ar
ranged, finished in oak and nicely dec
orated, wltb built-in buttst in the dining
room; nice lot overlooking the park, with
Iron fence, flowers, shrubbery, eto. This
property has oost the owner better than
98,760. If sold Immediately the price hi
43,000. Investigate at once if you want
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 861. 019-20 City National.
BUY FROM OWNER.
One of the nicest homes on the "Pret
tiest Mile," beautiful east front, lot 76z
192, not Including 10 ft of boulevard;
large oak and elm trees, roses and other
shrubs and nice hedge; strictly modern
8 -room house, built 7 yeara ago, with iutl
floored attto, full cemented basement
large living room, vestibule, dining room,
butler's pantry, refrigerator room and
coat Closet near door downstairs; up
stairs, 4 bedrooms with closets and bath
room ; quarter sawed oak floors and wood
work downstairs; hot water heating plant
double garage, with oemented driveway.
4310 Florence Boulevard. Colfax 468.
ON EASY TERMS.
66-ft front near 42d and Grand Ave.;
120 ft front 4 lots. In North Omaha, 1
blk. to car; ft lots, northeast corner 26th
and Arbor; $10 down, balance monthly.
70S Omaha Nat'l Bank.
6 rooms and combination sleeping
- porch and sun room. Strictly modern,
oak finish and oak floors. Built-in fire
place, colonnade openings and built-in
book case and buffet On paved street
1 blocks trom car line. Less than H
1 block from park. The entire attic la
plastered, which will give ample space
for two more rooms with but very little
coat. If dealred. Would be glad to show
you this property before buying.
PATNB INVESTMENT COMPANT,
OMAHA NAT. BANK BUILDING. D. 1781.
7 rooms, all modern, In good condition,
nicely decorated, large yard and shade
trees. Rental $36. For particulars, call
THE BYRON REED CO.,
Doug. 197 213 S. 17th St.
New and right up-to-date, oak finish,
modern In every way; south front lot in
Boulevard park addition. Terms can be
arranged or good lot taken as first pay
ment. See us at once.
106 McCague Bldg. Douglaa 1668.
Largs living room, dining room and
kitchen on first floor; three large bed
rooms and bath on aecond floor; oak
finish and oaK rioora; bunt-In book
cases and buffet; floor drain; good loca
tion. 3029 Nicholas St. Easy terms.
SCOTT AND HILL CO.,
Doug. 1003. Qround Fl. McCague Bldg
T rooms and sleeping porch, strictly
modern, end in good condition. Price
$1,600; terms. Located 4107 N, 49th SL
NORRIS & NORRIS,
40B B Bldg. Phone Douglas 4370.
BEAUTIFUL modern oak-finish bungalow.
Just new. Price $2,660, on very easy
terms. Doug. 8302.
NEW bungalow, 6 -room, all modern, 60-foot
lot south front t bargain, only 92.760,
near 4ltb and Charles. Call owner, Red
KOUNTZE PLACE restricted district real
donee for sale. T V Knlest $610 N. 18th.
FOR RELIABLE AND SAFE
FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE
O'NEIL'S R. E. A INS. AGENCY.
4,4 Brandeis Theater Bldg. Tyler 1034.
4828 Capitol Ave,, 6-r., house, corner
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha Nat B. Bldg. D. 1294,
DUNDEE 6 -room modern bungalow. Built
by us $9,760. On easy terms.
W. U SELBY A SONS. Phone Doug. II
LOT near municipal beach at Carter lake.
Fine place for summer cottage, rnone
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
THE wonderful increase In BEE Want Ads
can be traced to only one source.
Good results at less cost than any other
25.748 MORE PAID WANT ADS
the first sU months of 1916 than In the
aame period In 1916.
4,480 ACRES In Cheyenne county, Colo
rado, near Wild hone, for- aale or
change for North, South Dakota, Minne
sota or Canada lands. Mpls. Rental Co.,
306 Palace Bldg., Mpls., Minn,
FARMS, Ranches, Residences, Apartments,
merchandise stocks, income of all kinds.
Can match any deal of merit.
J. A. ABBOTT. 4 Patterson Blk., Omaha
FARMS, ranches, city property, acreage and
Investments for sale and exchange.
Morgan, 1916 Cuming St. Doug. 246S.
20-ROOM apt. house to exchange for land;
rental 9640; clear; will assume mortgage.
J. L. Barber, Keellne Bldg. Ty. 1710.
HOTEL and furniture at Dallas, S. D. ;
exchange D 6707. Toland A Trumbull.
CAN sell or exchange anything you nave
to offer. O. J. (Janan. Mcuague tsiog,
EQUITY In good 9-r. house for cottage;
worth $8,800. uoirax moa arter iu a. m.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'ty
FOR SALE 64x132, faces three streets
near new Ford building; splendid manu
f&cturlng site. Address. B-411. Bee.
REAL ESTATE Investment
66x112 ft, with block of three 10-room
houses; Income $86.26 per month. Price
$8,000. These houses are In good repair
and the price la mighty cheap. Ask for
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Doug- 690-
YOU can Inveat any amount any time in
Home Builders. Start a savings and In
vestment where you have a guarantee
or 7 ner cent, cash dividends nam Janu
ary 1 and July 1. Glad to talk with you.
HOME BUILDERS, INC.,
17th and Douglaa Sts. Phone Doug. 6018.
WM. COLFAX. 706 Keellne Bldg.
Rea,l estate, city property, large ranches
Real Estate Loans and Mortgage.
MONEY TO LOAN ON
Apartment houses, double brick houses.
single houses, business property and farm
lauds at & per cent i'i per cent 6 pr ot.
W. H. THOMAS,
228 Keellne Bldg. Douglaa 1643.
5 PER CENT to 6 per cent on beat class city
residences In amounts 83,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1S22 Far nam St
$2,600 mortgage bearing 6' per cent semi-
annual, sec. by prop, valued at $6,600. Tal-mage-Loomls
Inv. Co., W, O. W. Bldg.
SHOPEN A COMPANY.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE RKAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Douglas 271b.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
REAL ESTATE loans, six per cent See
U, B, BUCK ft CO.,
912 Omaha Nat. Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM,
MONEY on hand for city and
farm loans. H, W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6, 6 per cent
j. m uumoni at v;o., lis Keellne Bldg.
LOANS 656 Per cent LOANS
THOS. L. MCGARRT,
Keellne Bldg. Red 4844.
CITY loans a specialty. Lowest rates. First
THlSt (JO., V. HGl. 303 So. 13th St.
Nat'l Bunk Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 mtte promptly. F. l. Weed
Wead Bid.. Hlh adn Farnam ate.
Stocks and Bonds.
HIGH-CLASS investment, amply secured,
dollars double five years, sums f&oo,
$6,000. Arthur Chase. 604 Bee. Omaha,
Abstracts ot Title.
nilQrontiOO Abstract Co. We can bring
VJ Ual Oil tec down your abstract on
short notice. R. 7, Patterson Bldg. D. 2947
IT ovn Title. Guarantee snd Abstract Co..
i?M, 906 So. 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding ins CO.
RKKD ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of-
ftce in Nebraska, ids tsranatts t neater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Colorado land excursions, axpont a paid. 57
L. Nelnswyv a ,nr.r,f Neb rtnrenoe lis
140 ACRES well Improved farm, west Iowa,
at 9100 per acre; all tillable; rolling land;
96,000 will handle deal.
THOS. CAMPBELL, KEELINB BLDG.
FOR BALE Good stock and grain farm.
995 per wore; near State university, Law
rence Morse her, Lawrence, Kan.
CHEAP FARMS Any slse. easy terms. In
tne beautiful uzarka or Dent county mo.
W. fi Frank, 201 Neville Block, Omaha.
1,160 ACRES, good stock and farm land.
156 under plow; 160 piowame; bgs pas
ture; fair Improvements; well and spring.
816 acre; terms or cash. J. V. Hill, owner.
Llsco, Garden county. Neb.
HIGHLY improved 160 -acre farm In NE
Nebraska tor sate, uwner win consider
good house In Omaha part payment. Easy
terms. Sickness and old age reasons for
selling. Alton Savings Bank. Alton, Iowa
160-A. ALLOTMENT. Washita river bottom
alfalfa farm. All In cultivation, 45 a. In
alfalfa I consider It the choicest traot of
land In Oklahoma. Fenced and cross
fenced with hog fence. Located I mile
from ChtckaahfL, a city of 13,000, With
schools and college advantages, which,
you will find by investigating, are unsur
passed In Oklahoma. 1 am In the hard
ware business, not real estate, and have
rvmntly concluded to sell my farm, I
will not consider trades. Prefer to deal di
rect with purchaser,
H. T. HAMPTON, Chlckasha, Okl
GET literature and maps on the cheapest
good land in United states,
16th nd Douglas Sts., Omaha. Doug. 1189.
1.120-ACRE cattle ranch In eastern Wy
oming; 500 acres under irrigation; 160
acres In alfalfa. If Interested, address H.
Fischer, 401 City Nat B, Bldg.. Omaha,
ACREAGE L to 6-A. tracts on car tine.
Easy terms, u. n. comas, bii jjranaeis
The a. Bldg. Doug. 3916.
Horses -Live Stock Vehicles
Wagon umbrellas, $1.00. Wagner, 801 N. 16tfc.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
PIGEONS nay far better than chickens:
always penned up; little space needed to
start; free book explains all. Majestlo
Bouab Co., Dept. 91, Adel, la.
Prkhh aquatic plants for your fish globe.
a oc. win Keep 1Mb neaitny. uaa
GEISLER BIRD CO. '
AUTOMOBILES FOF SALE
lll MODBLS. GOOD SERVICKABLB
CARS FOR 116. AND UP,
1 Farnam It. EKrai. 111.
IN USED CARS.
Almost any make roadster, speedster
and touring oars. Six Fords, a snap. Will
sell these oars at almost any price, as
we must nave me space.
O W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
2216 Farnam. Doug. (89.
FOR SALE Mitchell, six cylinder. 60 ho.
touring car, ivi moaei. Has run less
than 6,000 miles and guaranteed me
chanically sound in every particular, orlgl
nal cost with extra equipment $1,985, will
sell for $800 cash. A. R. Kinney, Ravenna,
Must aeil all our second-hand automo
bile within 90 daya We have several
makes and are giving better values than
1629-31-31 N. llth St
For arrest and oonvictlon of thief who
steals your car while insured by
KILLY. ELLIS & THOMPSON,
019-14 City Nat, Bk. Bldg. Doug 9819,
NO OTHER Omaha newspaper la making
anywhere near the increase in its Want
Ad columns as THE BEE. 96,748 MORE
PAID WANT-ADS the first six months
of 1916 than tn the same period of 1919.
Best Prate Best Results.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
209 Farnam. Doua. 3910.
1914 Ford Touring $300
1916 Ford Touring 860
1016 Saxon Touring 900
1916 Imperial Touring 850
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY-O'BRIEN AUTO CO..
1814-16-18 Farnam St
WE will trade you a new Ford for your old
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
2Qth gnd Harney. Doug. 6291.
GOOD light touring car, eleetrlo lights.
cneap. can Harney 2067 Sunday. Carlisle,
4ZP first Natl uanK Bldg.
FORD touring car for sale cheap. 1424 Sao-
ler. Colfax 4193.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
9100 reward for magneto ws can't repair
.vum .pyncM. muting r, aiw pi. lain,
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service and
prices ngnt us a. lgta at. d. 7890.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
A CHANCE TO BUT
90x8, $8 66; 80x2, $11.90; 82x8
$12.60; $4x4, $19.00; 94x4, 96x44,
The above tires are new, clean stork.
Black tread and originally sold with a
Brand new guaranteed Goodrich tires
28x4. $16.60; 84x4. 916.96: 87x4U. 12140-
aafety, 924.90; 97x8, 927.90: safety tread.
If you want anything in the Ure line
aee us. Wa have the stock and oan give
9618 Farnam. Doug. 96 T.
DON'T throw away old tires. We make ens
new tire from 9 old ones and save you 90
par cm. 4 in i vulcanizing uo., J&ilJ LaV
enport St., Omaha. Neb. Douglaa 2914,
REBUILT, $2.00 TO $r..00
DUO TIRE CO., llilJ CHICAGO ST,
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The Secret thfe Submarine
By E. Alexander Powell
Author al "Th. Eait ot th. Trail." "Ftfhttai In Flantfara," "Th, Raid to Glory," "VW. I.
Franca," ate. Copyright. IBlSby K. Alaaandar f .wall.
BUILT FOR A HOME
Six-room house, size 24x38. with full basement and
floored attic, stair to attic; three bedrooms, one of them
full width of house, with 2 large closets, bath, linen closet,
and sleeping porch 8x14; dining room, kitchen, pantry
and vestibule on first floor; hardwood floors throughout;
walls and ceilings in all rooms decorated; house wired
with 2 and 3-way control switches; beautiful electric fix
tures; also gas in kitchen and bathroom, and piped to all
rooms: clothes chute, shower bath, fruit cellar and many
other conveniences ; 75-barrel cistern ; water piped to base
ment; furnace heat, with Mueller & Johnson Kound Oak
furnace; special ventilating pipes.
LOT 50x150, ON PAVED STREET
south front, shade and fruit trees, shrubbery and flowers;
near three car lines and good stores, and within one block
of Florence boulevard. This is located in a strictly first-
class neighborhood where all property is well improved
and maintained. George li. Wright, zsw Ugaen bt.,
Motorcycles and Bicycle.
HAKLUY-DAVIUHON UOTOHCYCLttS. bar-
Sain ID uaed maohln... victor Root, . a.
UntorrvH. Man " tavwnwortl.
FOR BALE! Indian twin, guaranteed In
food condition, IB,. Irvln Draae, byona.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Nellie Burns Eastman and husband
to Emma W. Holyoke, Fortieth,
100 feet north of Smile, west side,
Nells C. Christiansen and wife to
Isaao Miller, Ersklne, IbO feet east
of Forty-second, south side. 60x120 1
John F. Flack and wife to Vernon
C. Nichols, Forty-fourth, 187.7 feet
north of Pratt west side, 40x194.9 1
Bernard Petru and wife to Frank V.
Rosmajs and wife, Dupont, 100
feet east of Twenty-ninth, south
aide, 00x198 600
Elisabeth K. Bay mil ler and husband
to Peter Krough, Florence Boulevard,
99 feet north of Kansas Ave., 44
Hiram A. Smith and wife to Robert
W. Tork, southeast corner Thirty
fourth and Blondo, 40x127.9 1
James Byrne to Christ R. Rahm,
southesst cornar Fifty-fourth and
Ft. Omaha Ave., 800x357 8,125
Charles W. Martin and wife to Charlie
Pedersen, southwest corner Twenty
eight Ave. and Titus Avenue, 48.8
xUO . 800
Ruth Stedman to Andrew Ring, Bur
dette, 800 feet west of Forty-third,
north aide, 60x120 1
Alex Green berg and wife at al. to
Abe Kaplan, Twentieth, 182 feet
south of Graea street, east side,
David 8. Condtt and wife to Jacob P.
Kirk, Fortieth, 80 feet south of
Plnkney, wast aide. 80x134 400
Andrew Nlelson to Samuel Kesselman,
southwest corner Thirty-third and
DavenoorL 68x96 1.4 B0
Johanna Lynoh to Nells E. t raver,
Seventeenth, 411.27 feet south of
boulevard, east aide. 48x127 1
Robert P. Grant and wife to Orville
8. Lake, Webster Ave., 240 feat west
of Twenty-fourth. south side,
Immanuel Baptist church to Peter C.
Cramer, Twenty-fifth, 904.9 north of
Fort, east aide, 60x128 TOO
John W. Parsons and wife to Rhode
Grabowakl et al., northeast corner
MoKtnley and Hawley, Benson,
R. B. Blyths and wife to Lottie En gel,
southeast corner Thirty-fourth Ave.
and Pratt, 60x124.4 i
Robert A. Flnley and wife to J. H.
McMUllan, Burdette, 166 feet west of
Sixteenth, north side, 40x116 l
City Dads Not to
Meet With Club On
The Light Rates
A communication from the Com
mercial club's electric light commit
tee was read at the meeting of the
city council, advising that the report
and data on electric light rates were
being prepared and would be submit
ted m the near future.
The city representatives will not
meet with the Commercial club com
mittee in compiling the data on the
rates, the decision being that the lat
ter will have to make its recommen
dations and then present them at a
meeting of the council.
Holdup Men Put
In a Good Night
Holdup men plied their lucrative
trade Monday night witn good re
sults. The following victims recited their
plaints to the police:
Ira Pitts said lie was held up at Tenth
and Douglas streets by two men, who re
lieved him of 990.
W. T. Fretdor of Richmond, Vs., was
robbed of 821 by three men at Sixteenth
and Cuming streets, he reported.
R. B. Moss lost $17. tO when two ncgroea
accosted him at Tenth and Dodge itrct-u.
A, J. Ebenbeth of Fairfield, N'-b., re
ported that he was robbed of 982 by a cou
ple of men at Thirteenth and Dodge streets.
New York Merchant Will
Talk to Omaha Retailers
Edward D. Page, one of the big
wholesale dry goods men of New
York, is to speak to the retailers
of Omaha's trade territory in Oma
ha during merchants' market week,
which starts August 8. Mr. Page
was for many years of the Falkner
Page firm of dry goods commission
merchants in New York. He is a
director of several New York banks,
and is in the closest possible touch
with commercial activities in New
York and throughout the country. He
will talk on the financial situation
as it affects the retailer.
Oreroamot ConjfloAtlon, ln11r,tkm.
Dr. Klnff'a New Life PHI. will overcome
your eonatlparlon, btltoueneee and Indlree.
Hon. Take a dose tonight. Only tie. All
Free Milk and Ice
The Bee's Fund for
It ia miffhtv oleasant to feel that
you have given something to help the
Particularly pleasant I. it, wncn
those you have helped are helpless
little children and babies.
Thrice pleasant it is when you
know that EVERY CENT you give
will actually buy milk or ice for the
very poor, at u the case witn ine
Get your share of thia pleasa.it feel-
Send in a dime, a dollar or J
W before it slips your memory.
Frevtoualy acknowledged S367.BG
II. F. A., (iretaa. Neb.
C. B. Liver
A. M. L
Total W" HO
LAWYER MOST GIVE
CLIENT HER HOME
Judge Sears Orders Joseph
Burger and Glenn Moran to
Deed Property Back.
OBTAINED AS A LEGAL FEB
Joseph O. Burger, attorney, and H.
Glenn Moran, who assists Burger In
legal practice, although himself not
admitted to the bar, were ordered by
Judge Willis G. Sears to return to
Miss Lela Douglas her home, which
Miss Douglas avers was wrongfully
obtained from her by Burger and
Moran as a fee for legal services.
Burecr and Moran got a divorce for
Miss Douglas, then Mrs. Alexander,
and held that she deeded to them
the property, now valued at more
than $2,000, but then heavily en
cumbered, as a portion of their fee
Burger deeded his share of the
Drooertv to Moran and his wife, in
consideration of a mortgage for $850,
Judge Sears held that Burger and
Moran had received ample compen
sation for their work, that they were
not entitled to hold the property, and
that the deed had been fraudulently
obtained from Miss Douglas.
He ordered Burger and Moran to
deed back the property to her with
in ten days, and specifies that unless
they do so his decision in the case
shall be recorded with the register
ot deeds, in lieu ot any other deeds.
Turn Down Application
For South Side License
The city commissioners believe
that there are enough saloons on the
South Side at the present time, the
application of Edward Olivecki for a
license being turned down at the
council meeting. Olivecki wanted to
open up a saloon at 2412 U street,
There are fashions in medicine as
well as in millinery. The old time
cathartic pills with their harsh dras
tic effects have gone out. and it is
high time that they had. In their
place we have the mild laxativea and
gentle cathartics of which Chamber
lain s Tablets is one of the most pop
ular. When the proper dose is taken
the effect of thesa tbalets is so
agreeable and so natural that you do
not realize that it has been nroducerl
by a medicine. Chamberlain's Tablets
also strengthen the stomach and im
prove the digestion. Obtainable
ON YOUR FEET ALL DAY?
TRY THIS HOME EASER
Thousands of people who are on their feet
all day suffer terrible tortures because their
feet ache, burn, chftf3 and grow tender. Thia
is inn waj a saleswoman in a big depart
ment store hits solvud the oroblem of ban
ing her feet always in good condition. Brie
buys a 26-cent package of Wa-Ne-Ta and In
the evening on arriving home she removes
her shoes and stockings and for a few de
llghtful minutes allows them to soak In a
pan of warm water in which two or three
Wa-Ne-Ta tablets have been dissolved. Then
she puts on fresh hosiery-and shoes and her
evnlng Is comfortable. All the burnt nar
throbbing, aching aenaatlons are gone out
oi ner isei. u you are irounied again try
this. Wa-Ns-Ta added to ths bath water Is
cleansing and purifying, removing impurities
and banishing body odors. Tou can git
Wa-Ne-Ta at all drug stores for it cents
or we will mall you a sample package pre
paid to your address if you will send us
iu ctntn to cover cost or parking and ship
ping. It. Q, Landon Co., South Bend, Ind.
8 Y NOP 18.
Lieutenant Jarvls Hope In detailed by the
United Htatoa naval board to Investigate
and report his findings on the Invention of
Dr. Ralph Burke, which servi-s to bring the
submarine to a state of perfection. The
neiHonant arrives in Valdava Rtvl Is wel
comed by the Inventor and his daughter, !
Cleo On the trial trip of the inventor's
l't. a Japanese helper Is surprised In ths1
act of examining thn mechanism of the
veniHatliig di'vlce. Hop reports favorably
on tho new devli;, but there aro others In
terested In It. An attempt to burglarise
nr. Burke's laboratory fails, but later Cleo
Hint" him murdered in his bedroom. Cleo
units h-r father's books to got money; later
che fhuts a note from which she teams that
they contain Ihe aecrot formula. With Hope
ehe rae.'i, to the auctioneers store only to
find It In flames. Olga Ivanoff and Herald
Morion, two hiIs In seart-h of the formula.
attempt to rupture t'lt-o when dhe calls at
house of Ktei -hanskl. the ntian
rush! Iu her aid: Morion .hoot, at htm.
but the hllllot hit. a liomh In lh. r.ll.r
whl.-h explodoa Stephen. kl and Cleo at.
ttTMl h ball at Mre. Ieltnar'e, whoae nephew
he. two of the ml.elne: bonke. Mehtln. a
iny. etlrmpt. to .teal the book, but le die
,'overed by Hobe: In the excitement thnt
follow, the book, disappear. Mahtln ee
capee. Hope and Cleo take a boat for an
l.land out In the bay. The oonaplratera
follow In other boat.. Mahlln and the Jap
turn out the l.land light. Morton'e boat
with the counteaa etrlkee a atray mine In
the bey. After a violent eiorm Hope and
?leo arrive on a etrnn.e l.land and dl
'ovr that the man lliey hunt 1. there. But
Mnhlln and tlje JnpHiie.se ntnn reach the Is
land end put up a flaht for the books. They
ipo from Hone, but return to dynamite
the i hack. The conspirator, fell to harm
Hope and rieo. They manaae to reach
Sandeboro. where rr. Owen he. one ot the
books. Each of the others approach the
tor. but he refUHOS to hear them. He
arranges to meet Hope at the hotel with the
book. Morton poees ae Hopo and but for
i earthoueke would have noeeeKeed the
lume. Cleo Is oeptured by Morton and t nra.sninff their hanrla.
abln tn the mountalne. She finds there the
hook for which they enarrh. Fortunately
she gete a note to Hope, who, with Hook,
starts to their resrue. As he crosses the
ohuem In the awlnklnK baeket Mahlln steals
up and chops at the cable with an ax.
(Continued From Yesterday.)
"1 think there was," she said after
a moment's reflection. "Yes, I am cer
tain of it. Daddy would sometimes
read aloud from it in the evenings.
But 1 haven't the least idea what its
title was or who wrote it."
Then 1 m afraid that we still have
a long search ahead of us. There are
still books for ns to trace; the philos
ophy may be the last one that we
"I've more good news for vou." said
Cleo. "I noticed that this work on
metallurgy is in two volumes, and as
1 telt sure that Mr. Fatten must have
bought them both, I searched the cab
in and discovered the other volume
lying under the bunk. There is noth
ing in it, though; I've gone through
it carefully. 1 nad plenty of time for
reading here, she added, laughing.
"You poor child," said Hope, kiss
ing her upturned lips, "it makes me
shudder to think of the perils through
which you have passed."
"It has been worth all the perils.
dear," Cleo answered softly, "because
they have given me you. Now that
we have each other I don't care if we
never find the secret of the subma-
old seaman grasped in his horny
palm. "I shan't forget it. . You came
just in the nick of time."
"P'raps it wuz just as well that I
come along when I did," Hook ad
mitted. "Two more strokes o' that
... .. A ' J i l . .
Buvi j,ju u uccii a guncr, luuicnani.
And it wo; a forclmit thing that before
.... -fh .L - T 1!
t ten me nutci, i siippea my six
shooter in my pocket. I wui out o'
breath from climbin' the mountain and
my aim was a icetie unsteady, out I
made the feller vamoose just the
"Who was he?" asked Hope.
"It wuz Satsuma's side-pardner,
"Mahlin, eh?" repeated Hope; "I
thought it might be Morton. The next
tunc j meet cutter oi tnose gentle
men," he added grimly, "there's going
to be a reckoning."
"Waal, Miss Cleo," said Hook, turn
ing to the girl, "it certainly does my
heart good to find you safe and
sound. We wuz pretty much worried
about you fer a time.
"You're a perfect dear, Hook," she
said, putting her hands affectionately
on the old salt's burly shoulders. "You :
saved my life when you carried me
out of Stephanski's cellar just before
the bombs exploded, and now you
have saved Mr. Hope's life. If it were
not for you neither of us would be
here and that is why I am going to
tell you a very great secret. Mr. Hope
and I are engaged."
Whoopl whoop-ee! he shouted,
I wish vou
both, you, lootenant, and you, Miss
Cleo, all the health and happiness and
good luck in the world. I'm a good-fer-noth',
no-account old sailor, but
when your paw died. Miss Cleo, I
sez to myself, sez I, 'Dr. Burke took
care o' you when you wuz down and
out, Hook Barnacle, and now he's
gone it s up to you to look after his
daughter.' I ain't made a very good
gardeen, Miss Cleo, but I done the
best 1 knew how."
Standing on tiptoe, so that her lipa
were level with Hope's ear, Cleo whis
pered something to him. Then, with
flaming face, she fled from the cabin.
"She says, Hook," said Hope, "that
if we ever have a boy his middle name
shall be Barnacle."
The book which contained the key
to the code being too bulky to be car
ried easily, Hope contented himself
with cutting oft that portion of the
book which contained the annotation.
"I ought to leave some word for
this fellow Patten," he remarked. It's
hardly fair to cut up his book and
not let him know who did It."
So he scrawled in pencil on the in
side of the front cover:
"Mr. Patten I have taken the lib
erty of cutting out a message which 1
found in this book. If you will com
municate with me at the Shaftsbury
hotel, Santa Eulalia, I shall be glad
to reimburse you.
"Now," he remarked, "we must be
starting. We have three or four
hours of hard walking ahead of us and
we must be out of the mountains be
fore it gets dark."
Though Mahlin's ax-strokes had
materially weakened the cable, it was
still strong enough to support one
person at a time, Cleo, Hook and
Hope making the passage across the
chasm in the basket in torn. Then,
turning their backs on the spot where
they had found so much peril and so
much of happiness, they set out on
the long and arduous trip down the
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
Sent to Workhouse for
Beating His Better Half
James Furdick, 1007 Atlat street,
was sentenced to forty-five dayi In
the workhouse for beating his wife
and cutting her clothing. He was re
cently sentenced to three months in
Chicago on a similar charge, but
Again there fell a silence in the
'I'm afraid we must be going,
sweetheart," said Hope at last, "or
Hook will think that something has
haDDened to us. We've keot the Door
old fellow waiting over there for near
ly an hour. And he saved my lite,
"It only makes us square then, loo
tenant, boomed a familiar voice at
the cabin door. I ain t fergot how
you saved me from that shark down
in Pago-Pago bay."
Good gracious, tiookl exclaimed
Hope in surprise, "how did you get
across the chasm?
"Wall. I got sorter tired a waitm
fer you two young folks to finish
your reunion, so I took a look around
and what should I find, hidden away,
nice as you please, in the bushes, but
the basket? bo 1 hauls bacK tne
block, hooks on the basket, and sails
acrosi as easy as though I wuz on one
o them mere roiier-coasters. Chicago on a
"You saved my life, Hook, said gained his release from jail and iol
Hope, holding out his hand, which the 1 lowed his wife, Grace, to Omaha.
gtfUfsienMiatmin iw'nTiiiii rn i
fThe average milkman works from 3 A. M.
until late in the evening he also works
Sundays when other people rest and play.
The dairyman must pay good wages to get this kind
of service and if he maintains the quality of his
milk he must get good prices for it Anyone will
recognize this fact and yet average customers think
more about the price they pay for milk than about
any other article they buy.
fThe housewife readily pays twenty-five
cents to a dollar extra for a good grade of
silk, or her husband thinks nothing of treat
ing his friends to "two-for-a-quarter," but when it
comes to buying the best milk and paying what it is
worth, judged from a cost basis, safety and sani
tary conditions of production and food value, ob
jections are immediately made.
Our Motto is
"Quality FirstService Second
Order Alamito Milk from your grocer,
one of our drivers, or telephone
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