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THE -BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1916.
WANTED TO RENT.
WAJfTllD o rait wheeled chair. Kel
111! & lOtK Ave.
Unfurnished House and Flats.
HITHER Bw strictly modern bungalow or
( flat by man anrt wife, no thlldrso, about
t Sopt 16. Mint be closs In. Phons Harney
MOVING AND STORAGE
Separate locksd rooraa, for household
toodi and pianos; movtnf, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.
101 I. 11th SL Douslas (HI.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For raal movlnr servlcs try u. Larva
t-horss paddsd van. Storage, l month.
Satisfaction ruarantsed. We uov you
QUICKBtl. CHBJAl'JfiH AWU SAFER.
Phono Tyler no or Douglas 4388.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, atoms and mov
Int. lit N. 11th St. Phono
Douglas or wsosisr W99.
Metropolitan van and
Oanfnl attention flvon te order for
moving, pacKinfor storage; omoaat Rsy
mnd Furnltnro Co., 1611 and 1616 How
ard St. Phono D. 6514.
FIDELITY SSSSl FREE
Phono Douflai 186 for oompleto
v Hot of vacant housos and apart
ment; also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson St.
mw ' 1 v.. a
ivi q trrro vri - - " .
uw6bUA fi.6 per hour.
Van and Storage Co. Moving, packing.
torago and ihipping. Fnono poug. m.
T C Y) T7 T? TV Express Co. Moving.
).J, IXEjEjU packing and storage.
hot Farnam sc. uougiaa tuts.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
DO YOU WANT A NICE HOME?
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT?
Watch the construction of our 6 and 7-
room houses at 41st and Dewey, full stiic-
- eo, asbestos roof and finish, with the beat
of material, a beautiful location, ana we
only have a few choice lota.
Baa these pretty homea and then give
. wr an Idea of what you want. Wo will
gladly furnlah estimate,
146-T-f Omaha Wat'. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 66.
1615 EIncoXw BLVD. 11 -room ouuii
trietly modern, with hot water boat
NEW bungalow. 6 -room, all mod.. 66-ft. ir
aoutb front, bargain, ot.r ll.Tfit, near
6tb and Charles, can owner, nod ii.
For about an aere la Falraore. Lota
as small are acaree In tha attractive
location. It la a mighty good buy for
It la In the very mldat of handaome
,nomea ana wen Kept lawne. xou xnow
Falracrea offera attractions not found In
any other suburban addition. Further
more it la In tha
LINE OF OMAHA'S
That fact la self-evident. Just a eloao
to business oentar aa )illlr Park.
Bee ua aoon. , I
GEQRGE '& COMPANY,
Ponrlaa 781. 908 City Nat'l Bank Bide.
ISM DOWN AND 130 A MONTH.
E rooma; strictly modern bungalow; on
block north of Kounta. Flaoo; nlc lot;
eest front; full oement baiement; furnac.
heat. Price $2,100.
Payne investment) compant,
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bids'. Doug. 17S1.
illl MO. 87TH ST.
1100 DOWN AND 120 A MONTH.
, Own la wllltna to take 1100 for hi,
Multy In thta little four-roomed houie.
partly modern. Priced at $1,3.0. Thta la
reali Dara-am in a amait place. Dim
'come, first served.- : . , '
PATNFJ INVESTMENT COMPANT,
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bide. Doug. 1781.'
.. ..: Blx-room Modern House
- ' At 3417 Emmet for 13,000.
W. H. Oatee,
T Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. nil.
B-R., ALL mod. etucco bungalow and gar
age on full lot; I blocks to car line; $600
: cash, balance like rent. Doug. 2811.
BUT my brand new oak finish all modern
bungalow for SS.IK0 on your own term.
nnnt location. Tlnnal.e 88,1
KOUNTZK PLACE restricted district re.1
dance for sale, F. V Knleet. 8810 N. nil,
7-ROOM house, modern except heat; ce
ment walka and garn'ge; good lot; cheap
at $1.30,. 47.4 8. 13th St. Douglas 2810.
8308 So. 16 8-r. mod. I
2101 So. 11 lot 86H00.
Kii a. it st. Mo-tt. lot D. em.
buys brand new bungalow of I rooms
and bath! oak finish, with oak floors; has
a number of special features; high grade
fixtures; full basement; furnace heat;
" laundry connections; dandy easf front lot;
two block, to car. Price $8,056. Will con
sider lot aa part payment.
108 McCague Bldg.
Oak floors throughout, oak
finish In living and din
ing rooms, large, light,
v twhlt. enamel . bedrooms;
good location restricted
addition. A bargain at
!$,1S0. Easy terms.
BENSON A CARMICHAEL,
f Paxton Block. ' Douglas 1711.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMES
WORTH THE MONET IN ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY. LIST YOUR PROPER
TY WITH US FOR RESULTS.
O'NEIL'S REAL ESTATE INS. AOOY,
Brandels Theater Bldg. Tyler 1014.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
t dandy vacant lota, H bloek to ear
line; out to 11,000 cash for quick sale.
Douglas 1113. City Natl. Bank Bldg.
After looking at MINNS LUSA 100 dif
ferent buyer, decided that It was tha best
6 reposition on the market and they
acked their Judgment by buylrtg lota.
If YOU will oome out today you will
'anderstand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO,
7l Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg. .
A GOOD lot for 176.00. 6 good lota tor
$76.00 aachv Close to a car line. 11 down
and 60o perweek. Box 6086. Omaha Bee.
Periistent Advertising la the Road
to Success. . i
REAL ESTATE Suburban
(Jo out to Lynnwood today and aeo the
beautiful lota we are eelllng from 460 to
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone Doug. 692. 1607-6 W. O. W. Bldg.
a'iAK'l toVH HOMtt IN BENSON I
BUT THIN t-OTl ,
916.6 down and 116.66 per moAtb; price
1116.60: alia, ttixlllj located on Loouat
BU between Clark and Bumbam. rot
far from aobool and ear Una, Qeo. R.
Wright. Bee or nee. umana.
TWO ACRES AND BUNGALOW, 11,400.
Fine place near Benson, 4 rooma, electric
light, barn, chicken house, fine wall.
P. J. TEBBKN8 CO.,
601 Omaha Nat. Bk. Phone IX S16S,
BBNSON ACRES, its acres, a very choice
tract Price, $1,100; 1 CASH, B AL
fctfiS; BBO&, Doug. 1664. ,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
; T 00 Cash, Balance $SS Per Month.
Six-room atuoco houaa, south front; con
venient to oar. Three bedrooms and bath.
second floor; living room across front
W. R. THOMAS A SONT,
Keellne Bldg. Douglas 1S4S.
T rooma and sleeping porch, atrlotly
modern ajid tn good condition. Plica
.duv; terms, bocaiea ive n, ain au
NORRIS & NORRIS.
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Poug. 41T0.
DUNDEE Sea me tor good bargains tn rest
denee and vacant property; good loca
tions. C. A. Grlmmel, tit Om, Nat Bnk.
4 ACRES. SSd and Orover: most sightly;
tl.COO; -acres on oar, 1 1.000. and tt00 lots
....ik ..a Y. a- tN tail
6-ROOM bungalow In Dundee, all stuooo,
fnf m I at h 'nain.r IB 1AO' kranrl nwar
$60 cash, 140 per month. Box 47IB. Bee.
IMPROVED FLORENCE ACRE AO B.
About S acres with house, barn and
fruit, fronting on 30th street a little north
of Mlnne Lusa addition. Price 1,600 on
easy terms. Fine-for subdivision or close-In
gardening and zruit growing.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1801 FARNAM ST.
Close In and well Improved, consisting
of a good fl-room bouse, barn and other
outbuildings; 1 acres In grapes, 1 acre In
berries, 8 acres A n alfalfa; located In the
. north part of Omaha, about one mile
from city car line. An unusual bargain
at a &,io. Easy terms.
SHULER A CART,
D. B0T4. 104 Keellne Bldg.
6-A. Blk. in Falracrea: new Brownell Hall
dlatrlot C. J. CanaA. McCague Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
WANTfcJD To exchanre destraiMe reslderce
properties In Grand Island, and Nebraska
lands all clear, - well secured first mort
gagee and oash. for a good brick bual
ness property In a growing and well es
tabllshed olty In Nebraska. U. 8. Land
and Loan Company, Boi 604 Grand
. island. Neb
FOUR 320 acre; S. Minn, farms; 200 acres
uanas uo., ia., some city property. Equity
in all. 1115,260.00 want land In one body.
Must be good. A. M. Thornburg, Perry. Ig.
A 1-16TH Interest In an Improved 60 -acre
xarm in wemana co., iveo,, aubject to a
lire estate, to exchange for diamonds. Ad
dress L. Crocker, Beatrloe, Neb.
FOR SALE or exchange for south Florida
property, house No. 2117 Randolph St,
Lincoln, Neb. L. P. Harper, 718 16th St,
liHR. mod. residence; paving paid; want
J-r. mod. bungalow as first payment; bal
anco easy terms. Morgan, Doug. 437.
HOTEL and furnlturo at Dallas. S. D. :
exchange D C707. . Toland it Trumbull.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Prty
FOR BALE 184x1 11. faeoa three streeU;
near new rora punaing; splendid manu
facturing alto. Address. B-411. Bee.
REAL ESTATE -Investments
UNDER HOME BUILDERS' plan It is easy
o improve your vacant property and
make It pay a revenue. Home Builders
does only ,two . things finances and
' builds. Ask about building for you. The
plan, la simple, '
HOME BUILBRS, INC.,
17th and Douglas Sts. Phone Dg. 5013.
Southwest corner 14th and Chicago, 4
modern houses; rental $1,110 per year;
GEORGE Q. WALLACE, 014 Keellne.
WM. COLFAX. 7Ur Keellne Bldg.
Real estate, olty property, large ranches
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 6, and 6 -roomed houses that
oan be sold for) $100 cash; balance $18
per month; give complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO,
1820 Farnam St , 'Tel. Doug. 1064
HAVE buyers for small houses and lota In
North umana. write tofia, Bee.
Real Estate Loans and Mortgage.
We are ready at all times to
make loans on first class city
property and eastern Nebras
ka farms. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
212 South 17th St ;
MONEY TO IX) AN ON
Apartment houses, double brick houses,
single houses, business property and farm
lands at 8 per cent. 6ti per oent Jk t pr oC
W. H. THOMAS,
iU Keellne Bldg. Douglas 1843.
$1000 MORTGAGE, bearing 6 ft per oent
semi ann. ; aecurea ny property valued at
$11,000. Taimage-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O.
& PER CENT to 8 per cent on beet class olty
residences in amounts 5 a, two up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1821 Farnam St
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
TriOS. L. McOARRT,
KBBLINB BLDG. TEL. RED 4844.
8HOPEN A COMPANT,
6mAHA homes. East Nebraska farms, !
U KtiKl-'H RuAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Omaha Natl. Phone Douglas 1718,
Real Estate, Insurance, Bonds.
844 Brandels Bldg. Doug. 8382.
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
,ncue. we aiso ouy good farm mort
gagea. Kloke Ipv. .Co.. Omaha,
REAL ESTATE loans, 8 per oent
D. E. BUCK A CO.,
111 Omaha Natl. Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM.
CITT and farm loans, 6, 6i, $ per oent
i. n. iumont at vo., nt jtveenno iJlag,
MONET on hand for citv .nrl
farm loans. H, W. Binder CU '
National Bank Bldg.
S Tift MONEY HAHR1SON 4 MORTON,
016 Omaha Natl. Bank Bid..
1103 to 110,000 made promptly. F. D. Waad,
vveaoAiag. ism ana farnam Hta.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR SaLLV-J .481 acres Rhnlna fairm lanrl
situated In Fraser River Valley, British
Columbia, about lit miles South of Fort
George; about 100 acres pralrl and
meadow, batanoe covered with light
growth poplar easily cleared; soli rich
dnrk olay loam, subsoil olay; Ideal con
ditions for mixed farming; wagon road
runs through property, 4 miles from rail
way, rnce sio.so per acre. Quarter cash,
balance to arrange. John 8 Union, Room
aio crown mag.. Vancouver, B. C.
Prosperity in Canada
1 $100,000,000 In new wealth added In
1916, Enormous crops and low taxation
made farmers rich. Wheat average, 88.18
bushels per acre in Alberta, 28.78 bushels
per aero In Saskatchewan, 28.80 bushels
per acre In Manitoba. Taxes average $14
and will net exceed $36 per quarter see-
, tlon, Includes vall taxes; no taxes on
Improvements. Free schools and full re
ligious liberty, good climate. Get your
farm home from the Canadian Pacific
Railway. 20 year to pay. Good land
from $11 to $10 per aore: Irlgated lands
from $38, and the government gaurantses
your land and water titles. Balance, after
nrst payment, extended over nineteen
years, with Interest at f per cant; prlvl
ledge of paying In full any time. Before
final payment becomes due your farm
should have paid for Itself, Wo will lend
you up to $1,000 In Improvements In cer
tain districts, with no security other than
the land Itself. Particulars on request.
Ready-made farms for sale. Special easy
terms. Loans tor live stock. In defined
districts after one year's occupation under
certain con anions, we advance oattie,
sheep and hogs to farmers up to a value
of $1,000. We want you; we oan afford
to help you. We own the land; we want
the land cultivated. Our Interests are
mutual. Buy direct and get your farm
home from the CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAT. Bend for free book. J. 8
Dennis, assistant to the president, Cana
dlan Pacific Railway, t Ninth Ave., Cal-
gary, Alberta, Canada.
FOR SALE-3I0 acre farm near Julesburg,
Colo, All level, good soil. Address J. W.
Apgar, (owner), Columbus. Neb-
Colorado land Excursions, expenses paid.
C. L. Nethaway, Florence. Neb. Florence 218.
260 IOWA FARMS for sale or exchange, In
Madison and Union county, la., irom i&o
to $126 per acre. Write th F. L. Jones
Land Co.. Creston, Iowa.
CHEAP FARMS Any slse. easy terms, In
the beautiful Osarks of Dent county. Mo
W. 8. Frank, 201 Neville BlOrk, Omaha
FARMS FOR SALE.
Most attractive Irrigated farms In full
cultivation In Montana on main Una R. R.,
beat markets, schools and living condi
tions, ' to be sold on long terms and at
attractive price. Call, wrlti or phone for
BEAVERHEAD LAND CO.,
1217-18 City Nat Bk. Bldg.,
Douglas 1801. Omaha.
WANTED To borrow money on gilt edge
security, at a reasonable rate or interest
for year or more. Address T 647, Bee.
Stocks and Bonds.
Our Nebraska farm
mortgages are not af-
. .fecteO ty European wars
or panics. Amounts 40t
to $20,000. We collect all
Interest and principal
free of charge; 80 years
tn the Nebraska farm
field without a loss Is our record.
KLOKE INVESTMENT COMPANT.
801 Omaha Nat. Bank B ldg Omaha, Neb.
For sale Snap; five shares, par value
$60 -each, of the Capital Stock of the West
ern Land A Cattle Co, of Omaha; make
me an offer. G. G. Townsend, Brookton,
Abstracts ot Title.
n.iargnf.a Abstract Co. We can bring
VJUcU allies down your abstract on
short notice. B. 7, Patterson Bldg. D. M7.
XCar Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co..
XVCII IA& S. 17th St. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass, Bonding and Ina, Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of-
nee in wenrasga. io Mrandeis Theater.
Farm and ranch lands
FOR SALE) Mr!invest?r, you want a bar
gain. I own 1,130 acres bottom land, un
improved, In northeast Arkansas; rich
soil; near town and In drainage district
Write me. J. W. Herb, ftai Wright Ave..
Little Rook. Arkansas. s
New York Lands.
IF TOU want reliable Information and de
scriptions of good New Tork state farms,
Established tn 1671.
Canandalgua. N. T.
TWO NORTHERN NEBRASKA
FARMS FOR SALE.
160 acre with good improvements, 8H
miles from railroad town, black loam soli,
, olay subsoil1, land lays almost level, 168
acres lit cultivation. Price $88 per acre.
180 acres, , black "soil with clay subsoil,
60 acres cultivated, 60 acres native hay,
balance pasture; fenced and crops-fenced ;
no buildings. Price $6,600. This farm Is
rolling, but is suitable for alfalfa and Is
'only 1 miles from town with down hill
haul, which J a great advantage to a
hay shipping farm.
Both of these farms are located where
prices are advapolng.
If you want a bargain, see us or write
J. " H. DTJMONT,
411-41$ Keellne Building.
WRITE me for my '"Farmer and Rancher,"
which, gives you zull information regard
ing the vast opportunities In Dawes coun
ty, Nebraska. "The Land of Independ
ence,". "The Garden Beyond the Sand
Hills.1 Remember, "One good Investment
beats a life-time of labor." Write today.
ARAH L. HUNG ERFORD,
Crawford, Dawes County, Nebraska.
Omaha Office: 1304-6 W. O. W, Bldg..
Snowden A Snowden, Mgrs.
106 per aore buys an Improved south
east Neb., corn, winter wheat and stoeit
farm of 160 acres; convenient to good
town, a bargain for some one, no trades
considered. Writ owner for particulars.
Box 4S26, Bee.
FOR SALE The northeast quarter of sec
tion eight township thirteen, range seven,
In Merrick county, Nebraska. Price $86 per
acre. J. R. Collins, Owner, 1661 Farnam
St, Omaha, Neb.
LAND NEAR OMAHA FOR SALE.
66 H A. very choice .land Just N. W.
Benson.' Belongs to bank;' must -sell
bargain. Ses me for pries and terms.
J A. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson Blk., City.
160 AC well Improved, one mile of count?
seat town, east JNenrasKa, lizo.
THOS. W. CAMPBELL,
FOR SALE Choice Improved 160 -acre farm
in Piatt Co., Neb. Bichfvaiiey land; no
overflow. On mile to market, M. J.
Apgar, Columbus, Neb.
FOR SALE Best largo body nigh grade
medium priced una in iNenrasKa; very
little money, required. C. Bradley, Wol
bach, Nub. ' ,
80 ACRES, 21 miles from Omaha, $100.00
per acre; terms; some exchange. Archer
Heaity, oho uranaeis atag.
30 ACRES of good farm land' near bmahV
Price is right . tr. fiostwick son, iov
South Dakota Lands.
FOR SALE CORN AND ALFALFA
LANDS, LYMAN COUNTY, SOUTH DA
KOTA. $10 TO $76AN ACRE. ' COR
NELIUS MoOREE V PRESHO. SOUTH
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and gen
eral crop state in the union, settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms; excellent lands for stock
raising. Ask for booklet 85 on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; state acres wanted.
If Interested In fruit lands, ask for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land Com
missioner Soo Railway, Minneapolis, Minn.
GET literature and maps on the cheapest
good land in unitea (states,
BAKER A TILLOTSON.
16th and Douglas Sts.. Omaha. Doug. 1188.
ARE TOU GOING TO BUT LAND?
It so, get s, copy of our Journal first
It has lands, city , property and stocks
of goods advertised from nearly every
state. So that you oan find Just what
rou wish In Its columns. Established
6 years, reaching 76,000 Readers. Send
16o for one year's Subscription, or $1 for
FARM AND REAL ESTATE JOURNAL,
ACREAGE 14 to 6-A. tracts on oar line.
Easy terms. C R. Combs, 81 Brandels
Thea. Bldg. Doug. 3916.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
THE message we have to carry to th pub
lic Is efficiency and service.
To the 1 Individual who needs a high
grade used car we have a message.
1047 Farnam St Doug. 1880,
Must sell all our second-hand automo
biles within 80 days. We have several
makes and jar giving better values than
, Johnson-Danforth Co.,
2618-31-31 N. 26th St.
BEFORE you buy look these ears and prices
over. It will pay you well:
Chalmers Roadster ,
Cadi Mao 160
8 Fords a......,.,
Chevrolet Roadster , 160
1916 Indian Motorcycle, good s new, 176
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO..
2216 Farnam. Douglas 681.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
1209 Farnam. Douglas 3210.
Ford Roadster ......$178
Coje Touring 660
4 Overland Touring ., 278
Bulck B 86 Roadster 426
Firs and theft Insurano on now Fords.
KILLY. ELLIS A THOMPSON,
912-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1611.
BEE Want-Ads GAINED 19,699 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained In first seven months, 1916.
Good results at less
cost Is the reason why.
MUST sell at once, one team ot mules,
good 'condition; one good wagon, one
set of harness, used about one year;
goods of a bankrupt farmer. See George
W. Pratt Trustee, 609 Keellne, Building.
Phone D. 3867a
TOUNG mules; span of black mare mules,
16 handa high; weight, 2,860. D. C. Loner-
gan. Phone Florence 1&43,
SPRING wagon, single harness and young
Wagon umbrellas, $1.0(. Wagner, 801 N. 16th.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FRESH aauatlo plants for your fish .lobe,
too. Will keep fish healthy, MAX
OK18LER BIRD CO.
XSboRA Persian kittens at ilia's. lsthT
Tyler 1J6I, i
Motorcycles and Bicycle
1 CADILLAC speedster. Just overhauled and
In fine running oonditlon. Prloe, 1116.
Phone Doufl.s Illl. Harold Ceheelkopt.
,i. raxion .Jia.
Cross-Town Carats, 111 S. Ilto. BTTJH
Ford roadster, 8160.00.
Midland p.edst.r, II0I.0I.
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
, MURPHT-O'BRIBN AUTO CO..
1SK-1I-1I Farnam St
WS) will trade you a n.w Ford for .your .14
INDUSTRIAL OARAOI1 CO.,
20th and Harney. Dour. Illl.
FOR SALE OR TRADE) Overland tourlnf
car; reasonable; or might trade for
diamond and cash. D III. Ask for Mr.
S. PASSENGER, 10 h. p. auto; 1800; oash
or payments. 2816 Leavenworth St.
BARGAIN Light five-passenger oar; eleo-
trlo lights. Call Harney 8,67.
7-PASSENaB;R touring oar. Webster His.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
WANTKDHupmoblls. 20 and ,82's; mu,t
b. pried right; state oonditlon, Addrea.
Boa ,l, Ida urove, Ia.
Auto Livery and Garages.
DON'T throw away old tires. W. inak. on.
n.w nr. rrara 8 old one. and save you 60
per oent I In 1 Vulcanising Co., 1616 Dav
.nport St, Omaha. Neb. Dougla. IIU
REBUILT, I.OO TO IS 00.
DUO TIRE CO.. 1611 CHICAOO ST.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 2010 Harney
Be Tyler 66.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
.100 reward for magneto w. can't repair.
Coll. repaired. Baysdorfer. 810 N. 18th.
NBB. Auto Radiator Repair Service and
prtoea right. Ill S. llth St. D. 7880.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Lewis Wohlner and wife to Edward
Jiermansxy, Mpring street 146 feet
west of Twentieth street, north side,
48x17814 - .$ l
Ella M. Bond and husband to Has
tings A Hey den, Thlrty-alxth street,
240 feet north ,of Pratt street, west
side, 60x184 , 1
Fred Kavan and wife to Ann Cra
vens, Thirteenth street 160 feet
south of Browne street west aide,
Annie Altkenhead and husband to
juary ttyan, Thtrty-rourth street 196
feet north ot Fort street west side,
George E. Wolf and wife to John
k. aiouoka et ai.. Ninth street 100
feet north of Bancroft east side,
Hastings A Hoyden toSLouls D, Hop-
Kins, Toirtieu street no reet north
of Larlmore avenue, west stds, 40x
Charles W. Martin and wife to Nicho
las JO, Tain, Florence boulevard, 80
feet souL- of Rsdlok avenue, west
side. 60x100 1
Joseph Barker, trust, and wife to
aUissi Hetnbuoh et al., Fourteenth
Street 160, feet south of Fowler ave
nue, west side. 60x121.6 ' 426
Nell a. Traver to Elisabeth Hetn
buoh, Parker street, 80 feet east of
Twenty-olnth street , south aide,
Emily C Hanfelt and husband to
ueorge h. ivatsei, Browne street, io
feet east of Thirtieth street, south
side. 40x126 v. 2,600
J. P. Beach and wife te Ada C. Lett,
southwest corner Forty-first and
Soaulding streets, 40x124 1
First Trust company of Omaha to Ig
natius Traphagen, southeast corner
Thirty-second avenue and Arbor
street. 64x137 , 1,190
John Krejel and wife to August Ou- I
reno, William street, tb leet east oi .
Twelth street, south side. 26x160., , 2
Henry B. Payne and wife to Chester
C. cnaries, unaries street, teet
west ot Fortieth street, south side,
60x181.6 i 1.616
A Building Spot of
About An Acre
in Fairacres ia hard to get. We have one lot
of that size, well located, right among the
handsome' homes, well-kept and park-like
lawns. For quick sale it is
Offered for $2,750
There is a. brisk inquiry for property -in
that direction1. Fairacres is a recognized
beauty spotconditions are ideal, situation
charming. ( . ( ..
Undoubtedly there is substantial future
value in this property.
Ask about this, but do not delay.
George & Company
Douglas 756. 902 City Nat'l. Bank. Bldg.
HARLET-OAVIDON MOTORCYCLES, Bar-
aaav.aas aaa awaa .v. aaa, . Illiiui JVVUB, "I'M
Motorcycle Man." 2701 Leavenworth.
Travers Buy Lot on Corner
Twenty-Fourth and Harney
The lease-hold interest inV the
southeast corner of Twenty-fourth
and Harney streets was sold by
George & Co. to Traver Bros, Arm--
strong-Walsh company being the
agents representing both parties. The
size of the ground is 54x176 feet, is
now occupied by an old double brick
dwelling, which the new owners pro
pose to pun nown ana win ercci in
its stead a modern building.
This lot is the property of Mrs. Lil
lian Maul, who made a ninety-nine-
year lease on the ground to Jesse E.
Rogers in 1912, and the lease carries
with it an option to .purchase which
will be exercised by the purchasers.
This lease was later assigned ny
Rogers to George & Co., who ara now
selling it to Traver Bros. Tha con
sideration is kept secret, but it is
known that it is very much in excess
of the lease valuation.
Traver Bros, also own the south
east corner . of Twenty-fourth and
Landon Court, on which the l raver
ton apartments have been erected by
them. ' . .
"Billy" Sunday Bible Class
Continues to Meet weeKiy
Bible classes which were organized
irousrhout Omaha aa a result of the
"Billy Sunday campaign will be in
terested in the return of the evange
list for his brief visit Friday. Some
tnese classes nave aone very iuh-
1, On T"i i . . - rift., which
1U1 .Ulb VMV . ,
: ..A-n ,1. . ,nn.. nf twn hlnrV. haa
met regularly all summer on Tues
day morning, only adjourning lor me
Fourth of July. Mrs. Lawrence Hath
...,.. ia U 1ar1r nf that rirrlf. hut
she has varied her programs by se
lecting leaders' from week to week
from among the other members. This
Tuesday Mrs. J. M. Dow was leader
and next week Mrs. H. C. Baird will
act in that capacity, inis weens
meeting was held at the home of Mrs.
T. A Ahrrrnmhi. whr, wad assisted
as hostess by Mrs. C. 6. Rich.
F. E. Zeile'r Resigns as
Loose-Wiles Head in Omaha
F. E. Zeiler, manager of the Omaha
branch of the Loose-Wiles Biscuit
company for the last eight years, has
resigned his position and is to leave
Omaha shortly for California, where
he will go into business. Mr. Zeiler
has been with the Loose-Wiles people
for the last fifteen years, coming to,
Omaha from Kansas City and Lin
coln. Mr. Zeiler will be succeeded
in Omaha by R. L. Wilder, who has
been city sales manager at, Kansas
Indlawrtlon I'M to Con. tip. Hon.
Tak. a don Dr. King's New Lite Pills
tonight. So. how ntteh bettor rov (..1 in
th. mornlnc. Ho. All amsdsta A4.
John Quinn Retired by U. P.
After 46 Years in Service
A changing of station masters at
the Union station and the retiring of
one on a pension has been announced
at Union Pacific headquarters.
H. V. Hilliker. formerly insoector
of transporation, becomes day sta
tion master, succeeding H. M. Simp
son, who will take the night position.
John Quinn, night station master,
is retirea on a pension, after forty-six
years of service with the Union Pa
cific system. He has been stationed
in umaha tor the last ten years. He
it 67 years old.
Traffic Violators Fined.
And Then Are Let Off
No one of the five traffic violators
who faced Judge Foster In police
court had to pay any money for their
misdeeds. Each was fined $2.50 and
costs and sentence impended. They
were A. J. Pell, 1608 Laird street,
violation parking ordinance; E. J.
Stafford. 120 bouth Thirty-fifth street,
same offense; Andrew Larson, 1321
South Thirty-first street, drjving a
truck on the boulevard; L. Risenberg,
1130 South Thirty-first and W. E.
Callahan. 114 North Thirty-eighth
street, violating parking ordinance.
Wanted 30,000 f.!en
For Harvest Work on
Immense Crops of
Wi.es 11.80 Per Day and Board
Cheap Railway Rates
From Boundary Points
Emptoymarit birreatrj at Winnipeg,
T. U.1, Pnrlil. (Uin-atoon. Ft.
I gSjVOlL fUSSta mVl v v .J ' --- m
Klnira Cat. B. C.I Coutta.
Calgary. AlL No tanaaciptlon
absolutely ao military inlorforoneo.
For all particular apply to tha foV
lowing Canadian Government Agent.
. W. V. BENNETT,
t Room 4, Boa BUg Omaha, N.W. j
The Secret tt Submarine
By EL Alexander Powell
Author olMTh Cod ol th TrIV MFlg httof In Flanders,' -The Road Is
Copyrlfht. 1916, by .
Jarvls Hope Is detailed by the
United States n&val itnurA tn invMtlaate
and report findings on the Invention of Ur.
Kalph Hurke, which serves to brtng the
submarines to a state of perfection. On the
irini trip oi me inventor s npat, a Japanese
helper Is surprised In the act of examining
the mechanism. Hope reports favorably on
the new devlne hut thr r othnm Inter
ested In It Attempt to burglarise Burke s
laboratory rails; later his daughter Cleo
flrds him murrlnt-Mtl In him horlriinm. Clun
sells httr father's books; she finds a note
from whloh she learns they contain seornt
formula. Olga Ivanoff and Gerald Morton,
spies In search of formula, attempt to cap
ture Cleo when she oomes for books to
Stephajiskl. the anarchist. Hope rushes to
her aid; Morton shoots but bullet hits a
bcrab In oellar, whloh explodes. Hop and
Cleo escape and attend ball at Mrs. Pel
mar's, whose nephew has two mlsslnc books,
Mahlln, a spy, attempts to steal books; In
excitement that follows books disappear.
Mahlln esoapea Hope and Cleo take boat
for an laiand out In the bav. Mahlln and
th Jap turn out the Island light After a
violent storm Hops and Cleo arrive on
stranvs Island and discover man they hunt
Is there. Mahlln and Japanese also reach
the island The eacane from Hnna hut
return and dynamite the shack. Hope and
Cleo menace to reaoh Bandsboro, where Dr.
Owen ha one of the books. He arranges to
meet nop ac in notei witn dook. Morton
poses as Hope and but i for an earthquake
would have possessed th volume. Cleo Is
captured by Morton and taken to oabln In
the mountains. She finds there books for
whloh they search. Fortunately she gets
nots to Hop, who. with Hook, starts to
reeoue. As he crosses ohasm In swinging
basket Mahlln steals un and 'ohona at cable
with an ax. Hook appears tn time to save
Hope He reaches the other side and Is
reeiea oy uieo; sue swears her lovs to him.
hey are followed by Uahlln and Jan who
attempt to kidnap Cleo. She swings herself
over th canyon- Olga and Morton are
dashed to earth In an aeroplane. Hope and
Cleo are nulled from ouloksands bv Hook
and a grape vine. Mahlln and Batsuma are
os lied before th Blank Council. On the
track ol another book, they find the owner
has lost It Hops receives a lettsr demand
ing his marriage to a alrl who olalms he
compromised her. He Is forced to oomply
by Cleo. Accidentally he learn It la a plot
to rope him In. He la later summoned to
(Continued From Yesterday.)
The leader of the band ripbed out a
torrent of oaths. "lose." he called to
one of the men. a half-breed of pecu
liarly evil appearance, "you and Man
uel go ahead with the prisoners. If
they try to escape or make trouble,
shoot 'em. The rest of us will hold
back the punchers until you've sot a
good start." 1 ,
kin obedience to his orders, Olga and
orton, with their two guards, pushed
on up the hill, while the bandits took
shelter behind rocks and trees to
check the advance of the men of the
Bar-E. Just as the prisoners and their
guards reached the overhanging crags
which marked the entrance to the1 pass
a sputter of rifle hre suddenly broke
out below them. The cowboys and
the bkndits were in action. Morton
instinctively checked his horse to lis
ten, but the outlaw named Jose tapped
his rifle with so significant ft gesture
that the Easterner moved forward
without a word of protest.
Leaving the pass, their trail now
led across the roughest country that
Morton had ever seen. Jose turned
his horse from the trail and, push
ing his way through a screen ot
underbrush, entered a narrow cleft
in what appeared, from a little dis
tance, to be a solid wait of rock, to
emerge, a moment 'later, in ft veri
table secret valley. From the top of
one of the cliffs a mountain stream
tumbled in a series of cascades and
waterfalls to the valley floor, across
which it wound ana twisted to dis
appear subrerraneousiy upon me
other side. Beside the stream .some
tents were pitched and beyond them
was an open fireplace over which
a man was cooking. Instead of dis
mounting at their tents, their guards
conducted Olga and Morton straight
arms a the little vallev toward the
cliff on the opposite side. As they
approached, Morton noticed, cui m
the face of the cliff, a square aper
ture which resembled the entrance
to a spall tunnel or to tne gaiiery
of a mine. He guessed, and rightly,
that it was the entrance to one of
those natural caverns with which the
Sierras abound and which the bandit
leader had utilized as a habitation.
T,. .Trhantred a few words in Span
ish with a fellow bandit, evidently a
sentry, who was 4 lounging at the
entrance and, evidently receiving an
answer in the affirmative, flung him
self from his horse and strode, with
jangling spurs, into the cavern. Olga - ,
and Morton, dejectedly sitting their
horses, could hear a murmur of
voices within, but the words were in
distinguishable. Presently Jose re
appeared, accompanied by a man.
who, the captives instantly ,divined,
was the outlaw chief himself. They
were in the presence of the man '
whose nama was a synonym for cour
age, coolness, cunning and cruelty
from one end of California to the
He swept off his hat at the sight
"Welcome to my home, dear lady,"
he cried, "and you, too, air," ; he
added, turning to Morton. "It is not
often that I have the honor of enter- ..
taining such distinguished visitors.
L fear that your Journey haa been a
somewhat trying one, If you will
have the kindness to dismount I
shall be delighted to place such few
comforts ss I possess at your dis
posal. With your permission,
MIU w vie
with the utmost gallantry, "I will
show you to your room, while you,
sjr," turning to Morton, "will find
the necessities of the toilet in the
Assisting Olga from her horse, he
ushered her through the cavern en
trance into a huge chamber, sonic
forty feet square, which, by the lavish,
use of skins and Indian blankets, had
been made not only livable, but even
homelike. ' ' ,
"I trust that you will honor my 1
modest quarters by using them as
your own," said the bandit. "I f egret
tha.t I have no maid to assist you, but
this has been, heretofore, a bachelor
establishment. I and my men are,
however, at your disposal ; you have ,
only to command us. After you have
refreshed yourself I trust, that you
wilt give me your company at lunch."
"Now, Carrillo,1' said. Morton
bluntly, when they had finished (heir
meal, which was served in the open,
"how much is it going to cost me to
get my freedom? 1
"The discussion of these sordid de- .
tails is most distasteful to me, - Mr. :
Morton," said the outlaw deprecat
ingly, '"but, if you insist, why shall
we say $10,000?"
" nonsense, replica Morton, . 1
haven't that much in cash."
But you can get it, Mr. Morton--- ;
you can get it," said Carrillo, "or your
friends can get it for you."
"Suppose I refuse to lubmit to yout
"Then," said the bandit, and Mor
ton shrank from the cruelty which
suddenly leaped Into his , eyes, . "l
should be regretfully compelled to de
prive you of your ears." ....
"You you would cut off my ears?"
screamed Morton, his face blanching.
"Only with the greatest regret, I '
assure you," laid the outlaw suavely.
.'I think I can .raise the monev."
said the latter hoarsely, his face the
color of ashes. "I will give you an
order on my bankers In San Fran
cisco." '- ( j .
"I shall be delighted to take your .
cheque, Mr. Morton," responded Car
rillo, courteously, "and I trust that
you will remain here at my guest
until It is cashed." t
"And what ia to be the amcrant of .
my ransom?" asked Olga.
'That, my dear lady7' replied Car
rillo, "is a question that I have" not
yet decided. Perhaps," . he v added
meaningly, 'yoa will continue V to
honor me with your pretence. It is
a' simple life that I lead here in the '
mountains, but it has its compensa
tions. Will you consider it?"
"I will think it over," aaid'OIga,
faintly, for she knew, from the look
In Carrillo' eyes, Jthat he had not the I
slightest intention of releasing her.
"And now, with your permission, It
will get some rest, I am tired."
' . mi ".
i T Ha Continued Tomorrow.) ...
Opening Today for Thrao Daya
That Dainty, Charming
Gordon and rerin
POWDER AND CAPMAN ,
, 1 Danday Dancers
Novelty Wire Artists
Photoplay! Crano Wilbur, "For
Hor Good Name."
in v ,.
"The House of Mirrora."
"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER."
D.lly Mat,., 1S-U-SO.
Season's Initial W..K
Kltf0 THE TOURISTS BUIMS
Now la tea OoodneM of tbelr Htmm. Don Clark.
But KOM, Ju. Coufhlla. Marisrat Lm. Jeeauelin
TillmuTMU Oe Welia, W.lter Wolff.
Ductus Collnl, and Summer Olrl Bwitr Caorua.
Udl..' Dim. M.tlnee Waek D.?s.
Sim. Mat. CJ Weekt 8m Bow.'. New Show.
Hil 1 1 C C Performance.
IflUdt Dally 1-3-7-9.
THE LIGHT AT DUSK
Th. Men Bewititul AmusMBMt park a,
th. MIcMl. Wat i
Various Riding Device and
i Many Other Attractions. ,
Orchestral Concerts and Motion
Pictures Every Erasing Free.
; MARY PICKFORD
itt -v. .
(r '' Tomorrow. ,t
' HENRY WALTHAL in
i "BEULAH." . '
TODAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
In a Fanciful Roman tie Photoplay -"LITTLE
BASE BALL .
OMAHA v.j WICHITA
' RQURKE PARK , '
Aug. 14, 15, !, IT j
GAME CALLED, 3i 18 '
Bos Seats, Barkalow Bros.'
De Luxe Dancing School
AsMmblv Monde EvMibifa. '
Class Wsdneed.y Eventnss. -Information,
Apply Mies Malor,
Dousla. S443. ;
Grand Oprainf Aufuat 34.
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