Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1916)
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1916.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Ili.oO 6-R., 3815 N. 20th St.. mod., ex
cept heat barn.
$: H.0O 7-R., nil California St., modern flat
135.00 4-R. Apmt.. "The Harrold," 17th and
9X1. OS l-R. Apmt.. 1101 Farnam St
is.01 1S-R., no 8. 30th St.. modern.
31.00 -R till Lafayette Ave., modern.
1:5.00 7-R., 4101 Lefeyett. At., modem.
161.50 7-R. flat 111 I.. Kth St. modem
Janitor aervloe. i
155.00 l-R., ill North Slat at. Dundee,
10.00 S-R., ill North tlat St. Dundee,
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Phon- D. 7. Ml City Nat'l Bunk Bldg.
$43 1213 Howard, 11 room, mod.
I2T.60 Burt, 4-room nw apt
$1S 2)S3 Oraoa, roorai, (unite..
113,101(06 N. 20th. 4 roomi.
$12.1 2121 California, I room.
RI NOW ALT, BrandcU Tha. Btdf.
BUNGALOW, more than complete; vt.ry
, thlnf you will txpact and mora, too; Ml
. bath, bookcaaM; mirror dooru, buffot, th
Iat word In a beautiful bungalow, on
block to ear, iuy term, Phono Bomod
121, Trull tnger.
HOUSE 11 rooms, fall lot, M.I0I. t brick
attached noaofto, 911.900; inoomo 11 tot; it
foot bouiM noar Ford far lory, 11,100.
Othor bargains, noar business. O. P.
tobblns, 1610 Chicago.
UODERN Cottago; ( rooms, corner lot
stool garage, fruit; flowers all hedged in,
on oar Una. Reasonable for cash. Owner
leaving elty. Douglas 1781.
NSW bungalow, l-room, all mod., 00-ft lot
snath front bargain, on:r t-i.Ttf, noar
46th and Charles. Csll owner. Red lltl.
111.60 5 -room Hat UH No. 10th St.
$18.00 8-room, 1008 No. SUb 8t
$27. 60 l-room. 1481 Davenport St
H. A. WOLF,
(14 Wars Blk. Doug. 8061.
ROOK house In good neighborhood, 1411
Charles St, modern except hsat Call
Walnut 1111 for particulars.
KOUNTZB PLACE restricted district real-
dsnos for sole. r. v. Kniost loll . nth.
S433 FRANKLIN St., 11 rms., all mod., $10;
17)4 So. 17th St., I rms, all mod., $11.60.
BIRKETT ft COMPANY,
' 428 Beo Bldg. Dong. 611.
BUT my brand new oak finish all modern
bungalow tor iz.ifto on your own terms.
oood location, uougtas ..
f 1,160 buys brick cottage on fins lot 142$
horwooa Ave.; tiou xor w. Ajsavenworu.
C lot Douglas II4T.
111 S. 27TU; modern, 7 rooms, $22.60.
1410 Charles St., 6 rooms, bath. $11.
JOHN N. FRBNZER, Douglas 644.
HOUSES FOR' RENT.
CREIQH, SONS ft CO.
101 BED BLDG., DOUG. IftS.
FOUR HOUSES Walking dietaries. to 1$
. rooms. Flret Truet Co., Doug. 1161.
FOR RENT Ap't and Flats
THREE rooms snd bath, near 1611 Har
ney. Very desirable. Only $1$. . Ernest
Sweet New Hamilton. P. 1471.
6 LARGE, room apt. modern except best,
id floor, to small family, $16; near 16th
snd Dsvenport. Walnut 416.
$20 6-ROOM lower flat, all modern, on oar
llqe, leol ijeavenworin pu war.
801 So. 16 -r. mod.
1406 So. 11 -lot 1 61 100,
1916 S. It St. 100-ft. lot D. 696T.
16 6-ROOM upper flat bath, gas, water, on
car lino. 1604 Leavenworth. Har. 1118.
ST. CLAIR, 24th snd Harney, I and 4-room
apartments Call Harney 647.
$17.604 rooms and bath on main floor;
oak floors and finish; all conveniences,
including janitor service.
- $)164 rooms snd bath, semi-basement;
Janitor service and other conveniences,
Nathan Apts.. Sherman and Willis Ares,
SCOTT ft HILL CO..
' MODERN Apt., 7 room, $26; near poitof
flce. O. P. Stebbins, 1610 Chicago.
An Increase of 18,748 paid Want Ads for
the first six months of 1114 about 1,000
ads mors each week Is something worth
bjrjtgglng about THE BEE did It
FOR RENT Business Pr'p'ty
Turner Park District
7 rooms, all modern, In good condition,
nicely decorated, largo yard and ihade
trees. Rental $S6. For particulars, call
THE BYRON REED CO.,
D6ug. JI7. Ill S. lTth St
MODERN .tore. 16th St., near pootofftce.
' 7I par mo. Q. P. Btebblnn. leio cntcago.
STORK ROOMS at lSllt-iail Farnam 8t
Thoa. r. Hall, 481 Rame Bldr. D 0.
CHOICE office apace, Balrd bids .,
Douglas. McCague Inv. Co.
Offices and Desk Room.
Indisputable evldenc. of great reaulta to
Be. Want Ad UHri: 25.748 more paid
Want Ad. flret six montha of ISIS over
name period 1816. No other Omaha paper
can boaat at anything near auoh tlguron.
DBSIRAHLiC office room. In ther .modeled
. Crounoe block. 11 N. Kth St, (oppo.lt.
Bostof floe. lit to lift per month. Conrad
Toung. Ill Brandela Theater. Doug. 117 L,
DBSIRABLej etudlo location In Wead Bldg..
ISth and Parnam, and In Baldridge Bids
10th and Farnam. Kemai roeaonaoie.
F. D. WEAD, WEAD BLDG. D. 171.
AvRMrm room (for dantlati. centrally lo-
catod, nth St Wrlcht Laaburr, p. 111.
OFFICE room with 'phon. and recaption
.- room for lady., P I8S. 9maha Baa.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Separata locked rooma, for noueenold
good, and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
II & llth St Pouglaa em.
(iiqbe Van and Storage Ca
Far isl moras eenrto. try a rg.
l-horeo, padded van Storage, II health.
Batlataetlon guaranteed. W. anov. oa
QUICKER, CHEAPER AND SAFBlt
' ' phono Tyler IIP or Douglaa sill.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, . storage and mov
ing. Ill N. llth St ?hon.
Douglas l or warmer .....
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
.. I . STORAGE CO.
sLMfni attantion iivn to orders for
movtnc, packing or storage; office at Ray
mond rurniturs uo., 101s ana nw
ard 8t Phons D. 6624.
FIDELITY . svTc-i 'EE
Phone Douglaa III for complete
list of Vacant houna and apart
manias alao for storas. moving.
ISth and Jackaon Sta,
n 1 Van
maggaru an hour.
Van and StaraM Go. Morlng. naoklng.
Moras, and ahlpplng. Phon. Ooog. IPS,
Backing and storsgs.
Farnam Bt Douglas 4146.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished House and Plats.
WANTED TO RENT Immediately ; good 1
or l-room boose with garage. In West
Farnam district or Dundee. Must be
first class place. Give full InXormatlon,
Address O 117. Bee.
WANTED Apartment I or rooms; will
tng to pay good price If oloss In and
west of 26th Ave. Phons Harney 4147,
Furnished Houses and Flats.
WANTED Well furnished cottage
bungalow; modern. Bos 4618, Bee,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
CATHEDRAL DISTRICT ROMS.
Living room, den, dining room, kitchen all
finished In oak, three large bed rooms
houss Is equipped with two baths. Large
basement Lot IOzlOS corner, south
front Pries too reasonabls to mention.
GALLAGHER ft NELSON.
444 Brandels Bldg. -
DANDY 1-r. home, only half block So, Far
nam ear line. Pries reduoed from $4,660
u 11.660. Has larse rooms and reoot
hall first floor, and 4 nice large bedrooms
and bath second floor. Has beautiful
shads; siso fruit grape arbor, etc. Has
full basement solid brick foundation.
.' Built by owner for home. Don't overlook
this. osDoras, 701 umana Hat. us. mag.
r D. 1474.
WEARNB PARK- BARGAIN New bunga-
low. t-r. and bath, built by day labor and
' of the best of material; oak flniah. with
. oak floors; rooms largs ana wen arranged
has a number of special featuree; hlgl
rsds fixture!, full basement, furnace;
dandy east front lot; only I bike, to car.
prlc cut to $1,060. Easy tsrms.
RASP BROS., Doug. 1461.
WEST FARNAM CORNER.
' Modem 8-room bungalow, with corner
, vacant Room to build two brick fiats.
fx P. BOBTW1CK ft BOM.
.Mil Lincoln ulvd. 11-room houss,
strletiy modern, with hot wster 1
$800 DOWN $16 A MONTH.
- This brand-new 6-room strictly modern
bangalow. Just finished; osk finish and
oak floors throughout; largs lot south
front, psved street, does to car and
echool. Why pay rent when you can buy
a brand-new bungalow the same as rent
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
6th Floor Omaha Natl. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
I have three or four modern up-to-date
houses, two to three blocks from
St John's church, which I must sell.
Also bungalows at 100$ N. 14th St. and
1601 Hickory at Phono Douglaa 107 or
CLOSE IN RENTAL PROPERTY.
Hear 18th snd Clark, two houses, stssdy
renters, 1J70 a year rental, may be In
crsssed; only $1,661.
GEORGE G. WALLACE. 114 Ksellns Bldg.
132 FEET ON DODGE
$30 FRONT FOOT
Northwest corner ITth and Dodge, two
streets, two alleys. Othsr Dodge etreet
frontage Is held at $60 to $100 front foot
Nonresident ownsr makes this pries for
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Doug. ISS1. US-IS City Nafl Bank Bldg.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK T1 V o O x. of C 1 '
"v oecrei the ouDmannc
By E. Alexander Powell
Author .1 Tk. Baa) at tk Trail." "Fif atlas fa rUnaV.,- TV. Raas la Olary." Vrn St
Fraaoa," Ma. Caprrlgkl, ItlS, ar t. AJaiaadar I avail
PIOEONB par tar better than chloaana;
alwara panned upi little apao. naeaea w
surti frM book .splalna all. Uajaatlc
Squab Co.. D.pt 11. Adel, la
FRESH aquatic planta for your flah globe,
ISO. Will Keep rum neaiinr. au
OCISLER BIRD CO.
FOR SALE On. mat. trench Toy Poodle,
full blood: bouae broue, uoug. efi
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
BETTER THAN IS PER CENT NET.
Flue preeaed brlok flata, loeated West Far
nam dlatrlot, that will ehew better than
IS per cent n.t ground value Inoreaalng
II per cent a year. Owner leaving olty,
Ut Brandela Bldg. Doug. Mil.
Wagon umbrellaa. II. S. Wagner, 111 N. llth.
AUTOMOBILES FOF SALE
IS TOUR money earning all It Is worth T
Invested In Home Builders you are guar
anteed T per cent Why take lessT Tou
oan Invest any amount any time. The
plan Is elmple. Ask about It
HOME BUILDERS, INC.,
17th and Douglas Sts. Phons Dg. 6011.
WM. COLFAX. 704 Kesllne Bldg.
Real estate, olty property, largo ranches
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'ty
FOR SALE Itlllll. taoaa thro. .IrMtaT
near new Ford building; aplandld manu
facturing elta. Addraaa, B-.ll. Bea,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
i-ROOM bungalow, brand new. all modern.
aak floors tbrougbout; oak union la u.
log and dining room.; larga. light whit,
nasal badrooma; good location; rootrloted
addition. A bargain at M.1M. Baay
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
141 Paston Blk. Dons, ltll.
FOR RELIABLE AND SAFE
FIRB AND TORNADO INSURANCE
CNEIL'S R. B. INS. AOBNCT.
114 Brandela Theater Bldg. Tyler 1414.
for high grade, down town, wall
loeated lnvestmsnt property.
Ws msks a specialty of this
cists of real estate.
For prompt and effective
service, do your real estate
builness with t,
Hiatt . Company,
144-7-1 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg,
WANTED 6 or 4-room oottage In north-
S27S Down-425 Monthly.
Just completed, room for bath; half
acre young fruit ; closs to paved read.
Phono Tyler 60 and ask for Mr. Man
Tills. ORlco opsn svenlngs T till I.
Hastings & Heyden,
llT Harney St
11,100 mortgage, bearing 7 per oeut eerot-
annually; secured oy property vaiuea at
14,000. Talmag.-JLoomis inv. Co., w.u.w
I PER CENT to I per cat on heat clean ally
realdenoa. la amount. ll,sso up; alas
farm loan.. Reaaonabl. eommlaslona.
PETERS TRUST CO., till Farnam St
ROOMS, bath and gas; ground 100x117
near boulevard; fruit and ahada; chicken
W. H. GATES,
(47 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. D. 1114.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
Attar looking at HINNB LUSA 101 dlt
farant buyers decided that It waa the oast
Eroposltlon on in. maraai ana tney
.eked their judgment by BUYINO Iota.
If YOU will oom. out today you will
understand way otnara ara oaying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO-,
T4I Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg.
dandy vaoant lota, H bloek to o
Una: oat to 11.00. eaab for qulok aala,
CALKIN B A CO.,
Douglaa 1111 City Nat Bank Bldg.
CUMING near llth St. II or 44 feet: moat
be eold to clo.. .elate, u. a. urimmei,
141 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg.
FOR bargains In lota la all part, of the
olty Bee p. J. Tebblna, SOS umana Dai.
Bk. Phone p. 1111. .
LOT Henderson, near 10th. ISOO: bargain;
aoay Urma. Q. r. Btabmna, Ills uaioago.
REAL ESTATsE Suburbaji
Half in Fruit.
1900 $10 Cash $10 Month.
Cherrlss. aooles. nears. peaches, rasp
berries, blackberries, grapes, about 100
currants. Will be oared for this year
and next free. Office open evenings 7 till
t p. in. Phons Tyler to.
Hastings & Heyden.
1614 Harney St
START TOUR HOME IN BENSON I
BUT THIS LOT I
IIS.M down snd 810.M per month: pries
$160.00; sue, 60x118; located on Locust
Bt, between Clark and Burn ham, sot
far from school and ear line. Oeo, R.
Wright Bee office. Omaha.
Oo oat to Lynnwood today and Bee the
beautiful lota wa are selling from ltll
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phon. Dong. III. 1107-1 W. O. W. Bldg,
ana alaaning porch, strictly
sd la good oondlttoa. Prlo.
14,400; Urma, LooaUd IM N. 41th St
NORRIS & NORRIS,
Phon. Ponglaa 4IT0.
One acre and 2-room liouse
$100 cash. $12 rer month
Loeated just west of Benson ; has good,
rich, level sarden land, running water,
soms trees, only a short distance to psved
road ana jitney service, irics, v i.zuu.
Phone Tyler 60 snd ask for Mr. Lowrey.
Office opsn svenlngs 1 till t.
Hastings & Heyden.
1414 Harney Bt.
Close In and well Improved, eonslitlng
of a good 4-room house, barn and other
outbuildings: S sores In grapes, 1 aers In
berries. 1 seres In alfalfa; located In the
north part of Omaha, about one mile
from city oar Una, An unusual bargain
at $6,600. Basy terms.
BHULER ft CART,
D. $074. 104 Ksellns Bldg.
i.ot nsiar muni el oal baeh at Carter lake.
Fins placs for summer oottage. rnons
FOR RENT A very desirable summsr cot
tuste. comnletsly furnished, beautiful Iocs
tion; Clear Lake, la., for a part or the
whole of September. For particulars write
B, 8. Belby, Austin, slinn.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
THE wonderful lucrsass In BEE Want Ads
oan bo traced to only one sooros.
Oood results at less oost than any other
2S748 MORE PAID WANT ADS
the first sis months of lSlt than In the
asms perioa in it it,
WANTED- To exchange desirable resldsras
proportlss in Orand Island, and Nebrassa
lands sil c.ear. weit seeurea nrst mort
gages and cash, for a good brick busl
ness property in a grvwing and well
tabllshed city in Nebraska. U. & Land
and Loan company. Box so oran
FARMS, rsnches city property, scrssge and
Investmsnts for sale and exchange.
Morgan, ii uuming nx. toug. ,
KQU1TT tn gooa 1-r. bouse for cottage
worth $1,100- vol rax ios arter is a.
hotel and furniture at Dallas, a D.
exchange D 470T. Toland ft Trumbull.
CAN sell or sxohsngs anything you have
to oner u. j inan, wci--agus mag,
REAL ESTATE Other Cities
PUBLIC BALE Ths old school houss build
tng. Including all out buildings, will be
sold at either publto or private sals, on
Aug. llth, lilt, at 1:10 p. m. For full
. particulars write to B. H. Runge, Secre
tary, Charier oak, Iowa.
W. L. 8ELBY SON.
Resl Estate Loans snd Mortgages.
MONEY TO LOAN ON
Apartment houeea, double bnck hooeee,
slngl. houssa, bualnea. properly and farm
land, at I per oent I V per oent A I pr ot
W. H. THOMAS.
Ill Keellne Bldg. Douglas 1I4L
NO OTHER Omaha nswBpapar Is making
anvwh.r. Boar tb. Inoreaee la Ita Want-
Ad oolumna aa THE BEE. 11,741 MORE
PAID WANT-ADS the first all month.
at 111! than la th. nam. period af 1111.
Bast Price Beet Reaulta.
ACTO clearing house.
OMAHA homos. Eaat Nebraska farms.
OKBHFB REAI ESTATE CO..
1011 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Douglaa I71S.
to loan on Improved fartna and
Wa alao buy good farm mort-
kioko inv. co.. umana.
REAL ESTATE loana, six psr cent
D. B. BUCK St CO.,
Ill Omaha Nat. Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM.
CITY and farm loana, I. 6 Vs. I per oent
J. H. uumont ft Co.. 4is a.eelin. aids.
MONEY on hand for city and
farm loana. H. W, Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
LOANS 1 Per
THUS. L. MCQAKRT.
Keellne Bldg, Red 4144.
MONEY HARRISON a MORTOST
IIS Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
1100 to 110.000 made nromotly. F. D.
wead Bldg.. istn adn Farnam ata.
Stocks snd Bonds.
HAVE two modern cotugea, nearly new, In
council muds; will eicnange xor otoca
In Omaha ft council Blurra Ry. Co..
other good corporation. Address "F," Bsa,
council Blulte, la.
Abstracts ot Title
Abstract Co. Ws can bring
down your abstract on
short notice. R. 7. Patterson Bldg. D. 1147
Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.",
106 So. 17th St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding ft ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., old,t abstract of.
flea In Nebraska. 101 Brandels Theater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
SEND FOR LIST descriptive of ths level
disc a sou terms, good crops, plenty raw.
wyman waterman, uoiyoite, uoio.
CoioiHdu land excursions, ex pent s paid. C.
La, Hstnaway, Florence. Wen, riorenes m,
140 ACRES well lmoroved farm, west Iowa.
at ioo per aers; an tuiaois; roiling isna;
46,000 will handle deal.
THOS. CAMPBELL, KEELINE BLDQ,
430-ACRE MISSOURI FARM.
FOR SALE To settls an estate! Ons
of the bsit stock farms In Johnson eovnty,
MlHourt. 1V4 miles northwest of Warrens-
burg; sest of state Normal; 300 aerss In
permanent blue-grsss paiture, 160 aerss
corn, wheat and hay land, balance timber;
well-watered, 4 barns for stock ana nay,
1.000-buihel oorncrlb. l-room house, build-
Ings In good repslr, farm well fenesd with
wovsn and barbed wire and hedge. $71
per acre; no trades.
RIEOER-MOORE REALTY CO
110 Rlalto Bid. Kansss City, Ms.
CHEAP FARMS Any slss. easy ternis. In
tbs beautiful Osarks of Dent county. H
W. 8. Frank. 101 Neville Blo.-k. Omaha.
FOR SALS OR TRADE My equity In
splendid 80-acre farm in northwest mo.
tor qrug stocn. Aaarsss i ees,
FARM NEAR OMAHA
146 seres with fstr improvements; 10
miles from Omaha postofflcs; 4 miles
from Florence: IM miles from R. R. sta
tion; 11 aores In alfalfa, about 10 acres
In crept, balance timbered pasture with
running water. Only $110 per aers; $7,000
c,g,h. bslancs Ions Urns at 6 pet A splen
did upland farm for dairying or hog
raising and the cheapest lsnd near this
unlimited market Don't delay If you
want this bargain.
J. H. DUMONT ft CO.,
Tel. Doug. 690. 416-411 Keellne Bldg.
LAND NEAR OMAHA FOR BALE.
KiU. A. very choice land, just N. W.
of Rftiuon: belongs to bsnk; must sell. A
bargain for soms ons. See me for price
J. A. ABBOTT,
Room 4. Patterson Blk.. City.
HIGHLY improved 160-scrs farm in NE
Nebraska for sals. Ownsr will consider
good bouse in Omaha part paymsnt Easy
tsrms. Sickness and old ags reasons for
selling. Alton Savings Bsnk, Alton. lows,
FOR SALE -flection about 40 acres broke
wslt good grass isna, ; is muss irom
county seat Price $1.60 ;sr aers. H, C.
Rainier, Taylor. Nel
NEBRASKA land from 14.00 to $116
aers; best bargains In stats. W. T. Smith,
Co., 414 City Nafl Bk. Bldg.
South Dakota Landa.
FOR SALE CORN AND ALFALFA
LANDS, LYMAN COUNTY, BOUTH DA
ICDTA. 110 TO $76 AN ACRE. COR
NELIUS MoGREEVY, PRESHO, SOUTH
WISCONSIN'S flnsst grating and dairying
lands; any slss tract from 40 acres to
7,000; otay soil, well located near rail
roads: at orices ranging from $7.10 to
$30 an acre; stats your requirements, we
esn mass any terms w eui. row num.
Dslry Belt Lang uo.. jwsn, wis.
SET literature and maps on ths c bsa pest
MM isna in uuiuju omianpj.
BAKER A TILLOTSON,
ith and Douslss Sts., Omsha. Done till,
ARB YOU GOING TO BUT LAND 7
if avi- set a oooy of our Journal first.
It has lands, elty property and stocks
of goods sdvsrtised from nearly every
state. Bo that you ean find Just what
yon wish In Its columns. Established
14 years, reaching 76,000 readers. Send
16e for ons yssrs subscription, or $1 for
FARM AND REAL ESTATE JOURNAL,
ArnRAatc- uT to 6-A tracts on csr tins.
Easy tsrms. C. R. Combs, 111 Brandels
Tbs. Bldg. Doug. 1014.
An Increase of 26,741 psld Wsnt Ads for
tha f rit i t months or ii aneut i,
ads more tmvli week Is noma thing worth
bragging sbout. . Till. BUS am 1U
Mil MODELS, GOOD SERVICEABLE
CARS FOR lltl AMD UP.
till Farnam St Doug. Ilia,
IN USED CARS.
Almost any make rosditsr, speedster
and touring ears. Six Fords, a snap. Will
sell thess oars at almost any pries, as
ws must have ths space.
O W. FRANCIS AUTO CO,
1114 Farnam, Doug. 18$.
Must sell all our sseond-hsnd automo
biles within II days. Ws have several
makes snd an giving better values than
Johnson-Danf orth Co.
llll-ll-ll N. llth St
For arrest and conviction of thlsf who
steak, year oar while Insured by
K1LLT. ELLIS ft THOMPSON.
111-14 City Net, Bk. Bldg. Doug lilt.
LlAUtsatlavnt .T-rvlai Ui.nat la .4s.tlsM. bV the
United Ststes naval board to Investigate snd
report hie findings on the Invention of Dr.
nsipn tsume, which eervoe to bring tne euo
marlne to s state of perfection. The lieu
unant srrfves In Vsldsvls and Is welcome J
iy me inventor snd hie daughter, cieo. un
he trial Irln of tha invaniftr'i boat. S
Japanese helper le surprised tn the act ot
examining the mechanism of the ventilating
devise. Hope reports fsversbly on the new
device but there are others Interested In It.
An suempt to burgle rlis Dr. nurse s
laboratory falls, but leter Cleo finds him
murdered In hli harlrnnm. Plan stills her
fMher's books to get money; later she finds
s nois rrom wnioh she learns tnst tney con
tain ths aeoret formula. With Hops she
races to the auctioneer's store only to find
it In flames Olga Ivanoff and Oersld Mor
ton, two spies In search of the formuls, at
tempt to capture Cleo when she calls st the
houee of Stephanekl. the anarchist, Hope
rushes to her aid: Morton shoots st him
but ths bullet hits a bomb in the cells r,
which siplodes Stephanekl and Cleo at
tend a ball at Mrs Del mar's whose nephiw
iwo or ins missing docks. Hsnun, s
sttemnts to stt.al tn books, but Is dis
covered by Hope; In the eaoltement that
follows the books disappear. Mshlln
cspei. Hops snd Cleo tsks a boat for an
Isisnd cut In the bay. Thi conspirators fol
low In other boats. Mahlin and the Jap turn
out tne leiand light Morton's boat witn
the countess strike, a strsv mln In the bav.
After a violent storm Hops snd Cleo srrtvs
on a strange Island and discover that thi
nan they hunt Is there. But Mshlln and
the Japanese also resch the Islsnd snd put
up s fight for the books. They escsps from
mpe but return srd dynsmlte the shack.
The conspirators fsll to hsrm Hope and Cleo.
Ihey manage to reach Sandsboro, where
Dr. Owjn has ons of ths books Each of ths
others approaoh ths doctor, but he refuses
to hear them. He arranges to meet Hop
at ths hotel with ths book. Morton pes
as Hops snd but for sn sarthqutke would
have possessed the volume. Cleo Is csptund
dv Morton ana taken In his friend s aero
Disne to a lonslv cabin In tm mountains.
She finds there the book for which thiv
search. Fortunately she gets a note to
nope, who, with Hook, stsrts to ths rescue,
As he crossea the chasm In ths swinging
bsaket Mahlin steals up and chops at th
to save H
and Is greeted
to mm. Tney return to the valley but ara
followed by Mahlin and the Jap who at
tempt to oapturs Cleo. Shs owing herself
over the canyon. Olrs snd Morton are
dashed to earth In the aeroplane
Saion roadster, 1111
1116 Model 81. Overland
1114 Oakland touring
1114 Bulck roadster
FOR SALE Packard 'Twin 81s," latest
model; In Al condition, new tires; will
make. great sacrifice. J. W. Bmlth Motor
Co., Box 111, Csdsr Rapids la.
WE will trade you a new Ford for your" eld
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO..
tltb and Harney. Doug. ltll.
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY-O'BRIEN AUTO CO..
1614-18-1S Farnam St
FOR SALE Cheap If taken at once,
Touring car, 1111 model, Been
1,400 miles. TeL Bellevue 41.
A NEW 44 -ton Republic truck for sale st a
big discount "1, umana Bee, uouncu
BARGAIN Light, flvs-paseenger csr;
trio lights. Csll Hsrney 1167.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 rswsrd for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired Baysdorfer, 110 N. I8th.
NEB. Auto Rsdlstor Repslr Service and
prices right in B. llth Bt P. 7iw.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
DON'T throw away old tires. We make one
new tire irom 1 oia ones ana save you to
ner cent I in 1 vulcanising Co.. 111 Dav-
onport Bt. Omsha, Neb. Douglas 1914.
REBUILT, $1.00 TO $6.00.
DUO TIRE CO.. 1411 CHICAGO ST.
IftxtH. $1.71. Other sites
Duplex Tire Co., 1611 Far-
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
HARLBT-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gain in used maehlnssv. viotor Roos. "The
Motorcycle Man. 1701 Leavenworth.
FOR SALE Ons 1114 Harley Davidson.
twin, two-speed; excellent shape. Address
lock box I7, Hosnviue, web.
1116 RACYCLE Two-speed coaster brake
been run about sixty miles. Box 4817, Bee.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Niels C Chiistlsnsen and wife to
Isaac C. Miller, Frederick street.
146 feet west of Thirtieth street
41.4x16.1; Thirty-seventh street
170 feet north of Dodge, east aids,
Alice L. Daliell and husband to Lata
O. Cathsrwood, Thirty-fourth street;
174 feet north of Arbor street west
side, 48x111 1,160
Cstherine A. Collins snd husband to
B. D. O' Sullivan j southeast corner
Thirty-fourth and W street. South
Omaha, 138x1114 Ill
Charles F. Davis and wlfs to Roy B.
Murray; southeast oorner Twenty
first street and Hector boulevard,
Jamas P. Myers and wife to John F.
Rohwor: northwest corner Twenty-
flfth and Tsylor streets, 11x90.... 1,100
H. F. Johns and wife to Ousels N.
King; Ohio street, 10 feet west of
Eighteenth street; north side, US'
Orovs Wharton Construction Co., to
Elbert O. Jensen et al. ; Charles
street 171 feet west of Military
avenue, south side, 16x140
Oeorge J. Mortis and wife to Barbara
Hlnterlong; Davenport street, 100
feet east of Fifty-first strsst. south
aslSav . 1 lUn
Josepa Barker and wlfs to Warren S.
rraiuts; Firtietn strsst io Test
north of Ames svsnue, west side.
Grover ft Layman Realty Co., to
Jamss Carr; Fifty-fourth street,
111 fast south of Sprauge street
east slds, 80x111 X. 110
Joseph Bsrker and wlfs to Bdwsrd
caokley; wortmngtotr street, ioo
feet east of Tenth strsst, south slds,
Susie Morrison and husband to De-
wayne B. Shepperd ; Thlrty-stith
north of Sprague street west side,
Settles for $2,500
For Husband's Death
Frances Louise Cowger was
swarded $2,500 in county court in set
ttement of her claim asainst the Hod
tren Construction comDanv for the
death of her husband, William Cow
ger, who fell from a scaffold at the
new ford building a tew weeks ago.
Under the compensation act she
would have received $10 s week for
350 weeks, but ihe preferred to take
the smaller lump sum.
Four Seek Divorces in
The District Court
Lettie Hudson filed suit against
William Hudson, asking a divorce on
the around of cruelty and noniupport.
Estelle Warder asked a divorce irom
Georsre Warder on the ground of
neglect Henry W. Thornton asks di
vorce from Nfary E. Thornton for
cruelty. Reese F. Dofosi asks di
vorce from Cecil Bofosi on the
ground of infidelity.
Miss Helen Patterson leaves today
for her new home in Denver, after a
week spent with ( Mrs. Robert
Miss Emma Huneker, who has
spent the last ten months with their
sister, Mrs. C S. Lobmgier, in Shang
hai, China, will arrive Sunday morn
ing to visit a short time with Mrs.
C. C. Belden.
know the title of the book or who
wrote i. I.'eei. my chief reason for
bidding it in was because it had be
longed to my old friend. Doctor
Burke. They wrapped it up for me
at the auction rooms and I did not
take the trouble to unwrap it before
slipping it into my pocket when I
started on the trip. All I can tell you
sbout it is that it was quite a small
book and, from its condition, evi
dently an old one. It is indeed a great
sorrow to me, Miss Burke, that you
should have suffered so great loss
thrnnori mv rareleSSneSS."
"I'm afraid, dear," said Hope, as,
having taken leave of, Romero, they
were riding down the trail which led
to the railway, "that this puts an end
to our hope of finding the secret, at
l-.t nr the nresent. If we only
knew the title of the book that
Romero lost we could obtain a dupli
rat rnnv. hut. aa we don't know it
the only alternative we have left is tc
apply the key to all the philosophical
works we can find In the hope that
we may eventuality itrike the right
one. It may take us a long time,
"I won't have you worry any more
about that old book," said Cleo. "You
told me the other day that I would
h verv rich when the secret was
found but I am already very rich
in having your love, dear heart. Be
lieve me, Jarvis, secret or no lecret, 1
am pericciiy tumcni.
"If vou count mv love as wealth.
said Hope, "then you are quite the
richest person in the world, for I
know that no one ever loved a woman
th an aza. Hook appear, tn time j .a much as I love you. And if I can't
.'.".S b,Hc,T.h?.ar.thh:rr 9 you many luxuries, dear, I can at
leasi maac you vrrv, vciy h.ki'.
' . i. . : I .1. ...
it waa wun BinaiiiK ucano, mvit'
fore, that, the loss of the book already
forgotten, they boarded the train for
A a rhrv entered the hotel Cleo was
chatting gayly about her plans for
the wedding, which was to take place
the first ot the following ween.
"Of course, she was saying, "now
that the secret of the submarine is
probably lost forever, we will have
to live on your pay, Jarvis, so' we
must have a very simple wedding.
- I'm aoini to be married in a
dove-gray suit do you think you
will like me in s dove-gray suit,
"Like you?" he repeated; "why,
dearest, you're the world and the sun
snd the moon and tne stars to me
you re ,
"Beg psrdon, Lieutenant Hope,
l. . J . 1- - -T--1. ,(!.... I,.,.'. ,
inicrruuieu uic ncir., uui
HAY ASK FOR DELAY
IN RAISING RATES
Freight Rate and Traffio Men
May Aak Commerce Com.
mission to Postpone Date.
THIRTY ATTEND MEETING
Oontbrag From Teatoraar.)
So I have my father's word for it."
she concluded, "that the formula is
hidden in the philosophy and that it
can be deciphered by reading every
seventh word on page sixty-two. And
I believe, Mr, Romero, that the phil
osophy which you bought at Daw
ion s auction rooms contains the
My dear child." said Romero, who
had listened to the long recital with
the utmost sympathy and Interest,
"you must prepare yourself for a
freat disappointment It is true that
bought a philosophical work at the
sale of your father s library but un
fortunately, I have lost it.
Hope and Cleo, their high hopes
thus suddenly destroyed, uttered ex
clamations of discouragement and
"It was a small book." continued
the naturalist, "so last week, just ss
I was starting on a csmoini trio. I
slipped it into my pocket, intending
to read it that night in camp. But
when night came it was gone. It had
evidently taiien out ot my pocket
somewhere on the trail. To have
searched for it in the mountains
would have been a hopeless tssk, even
had I realized its value, which, of
course, 1 did not
"Do you remember the title of the
book?" Hope asked eagerly. "Who
was the author? Or the publisher?"
"It sounds absurd, I know." con
fessed the naturalist "but I im't
Discussion of the possibility of ask
ing the Interstate Commerce commis
sion to postpone the date of effec
tiveness of the advanced freight rate
ordered by thaf body for Nebraska
recently, occupied most of the morn
ing session of the freight rata men
and traffic men from Nebraska towns
and Missouri river cities st ths. Com
Thirty traffic men are taking part
in the conference. When the Inter
state Commerce commission declared
Nebraska rates, ss ordered by the Ne
braska commission two years ago.
discriminatory and ordered them ad
vanced to s scale somewhere near
where they stood before the reduc
tion it wss ordered that the advanced
rate become effective September 25
of this year. This is an exceptionally
snort period ot time, when it is con
sidered what must be done in the way
of rearranging the schedules, printing
tne taritts and getting them properly
distributed thirty days before they are
to become effective.
Aid to Railroads.
Thus It would be considered in ac
commodation not only to tht ship
pers, out to tne railroad men them
selves, if the date of effectiveness
could be postponed to allow mors
time for the readinstment
ihe conference will last all af to
day, and oerhaos even lonarer.
inaries t. faeth of Kansas City,
mo., is cnairman.
1 hose in attendance are:
Charla. . Faeth. J. C. Canutes. SL B.
Sangster of Kanaa. Cltr, Mo.
w. a. Knapp, c. aj. causa, o. J. Moore,
'. B. Taekabarrr of Sioux Cltv. la.
H. A. Searle. F. D. Hmokla. T. 1. Toe.
land. Oeorge E. Wllllamaon ot Oranell
W. J. c. Kenron. Louie Hotter ml
w, b. wmtten of Llnooln, Neb.
W. H. Toung of Fremont. Nob.
A. U. Conner.. S. C Joheaea aa OvaaS
w. k D.Bolt, J. W. Burgee, of Bm trios.
Richard A. Blak. of Hastings, Hah.
J. S. Bradr, C. D. Blaine, P. P. aforru.
, J, MoVann, Dan Callus ot Omaha. Nek.
Henry T. Clarke. Jr.: H. O. Tavlor. both
ot Llnooln, members of Nebraska Stat.
Landlee and Charlea H. K.laey of Norfolk,
special delivery letter for you. It
came in this morning."
Glancing with some surprise at the
superscription, which wss in a dash
ing feminine hand, Hope tore open
the envelooe and drew out the sheet
of crested snd scented note paper. At
first he glanced curiously at the
closely written sheet: then, ss though
he could not credit the evidence of his
eyes, he read it again. As the signi
ficance of the message dawned upon
him he turned deathly pale; the hand
holding the letter dropped lifelessly
to his side; a horse exclamation es
caDed him. Motionless, as though
carved from stone, he stared! before
him with unseeing eyes, the image ot
a man completely crusnea.
(X Ba Ceatlnaoa Taesdr.)
CITY GETS BIG SDH
FOR ITSOLD JUNK
Delay Brings In Three Times as
Much as Was Offered in
AND STILL SOMS IS LEFT
The protests of Commissioner! Jar-
dine and Parks, followed by a per
sonal investigation by the two coun
cilmen, resulted in the city receiving
three times as much money as it
would hsve obtained had the council
accepted the bid of T. F. Balfe, a
plumber, for the "junk" old eleva
tors, smoke consumer!, boilers-
stored in the basement of the city hall.
At the morning aession of the city
council Mr. Balfe submitted a bid of
$310 for the elevators and other so-
called "junk" in the basement, which
it is necessary to dispose of.
Commissioner Withnell moved thst
the bid be accepted, a motion, how.
ever, that was strenuously objected to
by Parks and Jardine.
Decide or Delay.
The two commissioners declared
that an investigation should be made
before any action was taken on the
The council took recess, snd in
the afternoon Parks and Jardine re
ported, advising that the bid be re
bhortly afterward tne elevators
alone were sold to the Otis Elevator
comoanv for $1,091.
The council now believes that the
remainder of the "junk" will bring a
Two Report Loss of Their
Cash Accounts by Theft
J. W. Peters, 104 South Twenty
fourth street, was held up by four
men at Twenty-fourth and Davenport
streets, late Thursday night and
robbed of $1, he reported to the
J. W. Woodson, a guest at a room
ing house, tolerated a strange bedfel
low Thursday night. This morning
both the strange bedfellow and Wood
son's available supply of cash, $20,
Omaha Heirs Receive Good
Part of the Under Estate
Omaha heirs received $175,000 of
the estate of the late John Linder,
liquor dealer, killed by falling down
an elevator shaft in hia establishment
The report of the administrator was
approved by County Judge Crawford.
Oscar J. Linder and Jeannette Lin-der-Duemmer
are the two principal
heirs. Among the assets of the es
tate is $44,068 worth of whisky in
bond. The remainder of ths estate
will be administered in the courts of
Pottawattamie county, Iowa.
The Bee's Fund for
Free Milk and Ice
Mrs. Q. W. Ahlquist, a charity
worker, contributed to The Bee'i
fund, saying: "Your fund is an im
mense help to me in my work, for
whenever I report a worthy cast it' is
Immediately and efficiently cared for
from The Bee s fund.
The editor of an out-of-town pa.
per sends in a contribution, declar
Ing that "responses ought to corns in
by the wholesale."
The terrific heat is making calls on
ths fund vary numerous. But so fsr,
every worthy esse has received ample
help snd scores of poor bsbies and
little children are glowing with health,
thanks to the contributors. ,
The need Is still greet WILL YOU
do a bit? Send or bring a contribu
tion to The Bee office.
Prevlomlr acknowledged B4S4.SS
an. O. W. AhlQolet I 90
"Ia HU Han." S.SS
Price of Milk is
Boosted Because of
The Short Supply
Short pastures, lack of dairy cows
snd the high cost of feed are given
as reasons for an advance' in the price
of milk announced by a number of
The Alamito Sanitary dairy, one of
the largest, was the first to announce
the increase. The Alamito raised the
firice from 8 cents to 9 cents a quart
or milk. Cream will henceforth cost
8 to 10 cents for a half pint.
All of the other dairies in the city
are expected to advance their prices
The last increase in the milk price
was three years ago, when it was
raised from 7 to 8 cents.
"I presume milk will never be
cheaper," said Milk Inspector Claude
Bosse, "now that it has reached th
Divorce Decree Modified,
Children Given to Mother
The divorce decree granted some
time ago to Elzie Harrington from
Marv Pearl Harrington was modified
Lon representations that the father was
not caring for the children properly,
The court gives the custody of Fred
die and Robert Harrington to their
mother. Beaulah is given to the
grandmother and Glen is left in the
custody of his second cousin, Julia
Twelve-Car Special Will
Run to the Tractor Show
The Union Pacific will carry
twelve-car special train out of Omaha
Sunday afternoon, bound irom at,
Louis to the tractor ahow at Fre
mont The passengers will include
many of- the tractor sslesmen and
demonstrators moving from St
Louis to Fremont Several Omaha
heavy hardware men are expected to
join ne party nere.
Happy Hollow Court
Contests to Start
By Saturday Noon
The drawings for the annual tennis
tournament at Happy Hollow club
were held Thursday night and follow-
ig pairings resulted in the singles:
In the preliminsry round, the first
half of the drawing:
D. M. Edgerly plsys J. M. Guild.
Billy Bullsrd plays Morton Rhodes,
tl. L). rrankturt plays A. l ioomis,
Lswrence McCague plays C. R.
In second half of the drawing, (pre
liminsry round): Roy Durkee plays
C C Saddler , C. A. Abrahamson
plays H. A. Langdon, Edwin Harte
plays Frsnk Buieta, Bryce Crawford,
l. -t D...1 cu:.u..
II., ie;a & .u, .jit.iiv.
In .the first round matches, the first
hslf: Lyman McConnell plays
George Rssmussen, R. E. Sunderland
playa A. P. Brown, Robert McCague
plays Esrl Burkett Ralph West plays
Dr. Rodney Bliss, Ward Brown plays
In the second half of the first round
matches: E. S. Folsom playa W. R.
Watson, F. J. Jumper playa ? John
Brownlee, W. H. Smails plays Ezra
Millard, J. Starett plays Harry Koch,
Ed Daugherty playa W. H. Guild, H.
busman plays Koy nayward.
Plav will start Saturday noon, and
preliminary matches will be played or
defaulted by Sunday night -
The committee desires that as many
of the first round matches be played
during that time as possible, and must
be concluded by Monday night
Entries for doubles to be in by
Monday night '
Rock Island Clan
Scorns Meat Trust
Whether the government mveitl-1
gstes the Beef trait or lets it go with
out investigation is one thing thst
does not worry the passenger and
freight officers of the Rock Island
these hot days. They are independent
of the meat trust whether prices go
ud or down. A delicious odor ot I
hickory-smoked hama and bacons re-1
called the days of the old stone smoke
house, for the men in the omce have
clubbed together and order their I
meats together from a farmer out in I
the state who understands butchering I
and believes that smoke from the I
wood is better than smoke from thai
barrel for curing meats. The railroad' I
era are also convinced of thia and ther I
are saving money by getting just what I
Drain Park Cake to
Recover Wedding Ring
Kansas City, Mo, Aug. 4. A lake I
in the city park here is being drained
of more than one-halt million gal
lons of water today to recover a
wedding ring lost there by Mrs. Hugh
Foster. Several days ago while skip
ping stones across the surface of
the .water Mrs. Foster hurled her
ring off her finger. '
Final Arouments Made
. On the Road Bonds Case
Final arguments in the Douglas
county road bonds case were made
before Judge Leslie. County Attor
ney Magney declared that progress of
the community would stop if all big I
improvement projects were to be held I
up on technicalitiei as the road bonds I
are now being held. Judge Leslie I
will render a decision in a tew days.
Cyclone Davis Goes to Give
The Minnesota Fish a Treat
Elmer J. Davia has gone to try safe
movinar tactics on the fish of Minne
sota. He has gone to Big Sand lake,1
wnere ne nas oeen auccessiui lor usj
last two yeara and where he hopes
to repeat his former triumphs. Cy
clone is some pike catcher, but does,
not ignore the bass. : , : .
Powered by Open ONI