Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 18, 1916, Page 9, Image 9
THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1916. FOR RENT HOUSES Miicellaneoua. lit, t-r. pat mod., 1111 6. 114. 25, 7-r. all mod., 1111 B 18th. . 18, l-r. mod. cottage (now), paved Itroot, MM Parkor. II. s-r. nod. ox. heat, newlr deeorated, pared .treat, clou. In. Ill N. 17th Ave. P. J. TEBBENS CO., lot Omaha Nat. Bk. Phono D. lis!. FOR RENT GARAGE, Fireproof, well located ; will double paco ! necesurr. lid Avo, and Arbor St. BIRKETT & CO., Ill BM Bldf. Sou. III. housis Ton Hint. rRKlOH. SONS A CO. Ill BEE BLDO.. DOUO. S". COTTAGES and Hotuoo I, I and' f rooms. Fim -,rusi iwi. Jw 26l DOUGLAS, I Ml., oteam heat. 111.(0. FOR RENT Ap'ts and Flat West THE COLBERT, ! tlth ud Fartiam fits., 7 rooms, modern In every detail. New and up-to-data Beautifully finished and decorated. Tlrtt floor, Hamey St. side. Can ba seec asr ..... time. $100 per month. w n v sholes rrv. Ill Oltr Nat'l Bank Bldg. Dourlas 41. THREE! room and bath, near 8 Ui 'bar ney. Very desirable, oniy is3. jsrnsai Sweet, Naw Hamilton. D. 1471. 6 LARGE room apt, modern 'swept heat; Id floor, to small family, flat near letb and Davenport Walnut tit. MODERN Apt., 7 rooms, I2B; near postof flea. O. P. Stebblna, 1610 CfalcaffO- North. 96 N. 1TTH, l-r., mod. apt., $37.10. 1114 N. 13d., 4-r., flat, eteal renre, res two, kitchen cabinet, water paid. $11.01. RASP BROS., Dour 2668. S room apt, all modern ( itiim beat, lata and Blonde, South. WILL ihara our strictly modern flat with desirable couple, 668 8. 16th Are. REAL ESTATE IMPROVED North. .' Miscellaneous. AUOCST SENT rasBL 111.10 lr. flat, newly decorated, an modern except boat 1325 No. nth St. H. A. WOU, (It War. Blk. Soul. loei. FOR RENT Busine Pr'p'ty Stores- 2006 N. 10TH Suitable oonfeotlonery, dry goods, etc., living rota, rear. D. 1161. ODERN atore, near poatoftlce l&O per mo. O. P. Stebblna, 1610 Chicago ; CHOICE office apace. Balrd bids. 17th Ud Douglas. McCague inv. up. Offices and Desk Room. DESIRABLE! office room In tha remodeled Crounee biock, ui n. ietn at. (opposite postoffloe), f 10 to $16 per mouth. Conrad Tonne, 828 Mranaeis Tneater. ioug. mu. VERT desirable suites of roooa In Wead Bids:, and Baldrtge Bids;., now available at reasonable rental. F. D. Wead. Wead Bldf. : D. 171, OFFICE) ROOM, well equipped, centrally lo cated, rent cheap. Wright A Laabury, D. 168. OFFICE room with phone and reception room for lady. P. 2SI, Omaha Bee. WANTED TO RENT. Unfurnished Houses and Flats. EITHER new strictly modern bungalow or flat by man and wife, no children, about Sept. 1$. Muet be close In, Phone Harney 1267. MOVING AND STORAGE , FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE. Separata locked rooms, for household i goods and pianos; moving, packing and shipping. OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO., 103 a, 16th 8t Douglas 4168. Globe Van and Storage Co, For real mo-Hag terries try us. Large I-horse padded Tana. Storage; f month. . Satisfaction guaranteed. We '. taove- you QUICKER, CHEAPER AND SAFER. Phone Tyler 130 or Donglaa 4881. : ,- GORDON VAN CO. FIREPROOF WA-tUfliiOUBS. i Packing, storage and mor- Ing. lit N, llth St. : Phone Douglas III or Webster 3611. ' METROPOLITAN VAN aInD STORAGE CO- Careful attention given ' to orders for mond Furniture Co., Ull and 1116 How ard Bt Phone P. 681. FIDELITY sBRv'ct. FREE Phone Doogus 288 for complete list of vacant houses end apart ments; also for storage, moving, lth and Jackson Bts. TVf Van and twemes iuaugaiu per hour, van and Storage Co. Moving, packlr- etorage and ihlpplng. Phone Dong. HQs. J. (J. packing and atorage. 1107 Farnam ou woubim REAL ESTATE IMPROVED West COMPARISON, the only way to find the true worth of any article. Watch my buildings under construction, jr. o. xnu linger, Benson i a., Sail .LINCOLN BLVD. ll-room house, strictly modern, with hot water heat . Douglas 111$. NEW bungalow, (-room, all mod., 60 -ft. let. oath front, bargain, oi. 13,761, near 46th and Charlea Call owner. Bed 1861. Nortl NO REASONABLE OFFER TURNED DOWN. On tbla six-room, entirely modern, two-story house; large living room; fireplace In dining room; good kltch- en. upstairs has three large bedrooms and bath. Corner - lot, enough room for an , . other house. 2101 North 22d Bt. Cat price. $1,000. , SCOTT AND HILL CO., Doug. 1009. Ground Fir. MoCague Bldg. vS ELECT DECORATIONS. For the new attractive 'bungalow tn Wearae Park Addrh, & large rooms; oak finish, strictly modern: nice east front lot. Price out to 81, .50, terms to suit or good lot taken as Aral payment. RASP BROS. 10 McCague Bldg. Doug. 1061. A BIG SACRIFICE. Five rooms nnd reception hall, strictly modern. Including furnace; ' three large rooms on first floor; two bedrooms and Jjath -upstairs; l09 North 84th St. Cut price, $2,000; no reasonable otter turned down. SCOTT AND HILL CO., Doug. 1001. Ground Fir. McCague Bldg. PRAIRIE PARK. I rooms: strictly modern home In Prairie Park; three rooms down and two rooms and bath upstairs; beautiful lot: plenty of shade and shrubbery. Price has oeen reduced from ij,?&q to ),). xor a short time only for quick sale. PATNB INVESTMENT COM PANT, Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg. Doug. 1711. Six-room Modern House At 1427 Emmet for 13,000. W. H. Gates. 47 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. - D. 1194. MODERN I room cottage; beautiful corner, hedge, fruit, garage; 1804) down, $20 month. owner. Colfax 8665, 8-R.. ALL mot atucco bungalow and gar age on full lot; 2 blocks to car line; $600 caen, oaiance line rent. . uoug. . ngif. 4109 Xake St.. 6 -room cottage. 11.460, for lot or first payment on bungalow. Doug las 1726. KOUKTZE PLACE restricted district reel denoe for sale. F V Knleet. ISiB N. llth. South. 7-ROOM house, modern except heat; ce ment walks and garage; good lot; cheap at $1,800. 4744 S. 13th St. Douglas 2811. 1808 So. ll-4-r. 140a Bo. li lot nun. HIS B. II St. lOO-tt lot D. SMT. Miscellaneous. MILLER PARK. Owner Is forced to sell this 6-room, strictly modern bungalow; oak finish and oak noors tnrougnout; built-in bookcase; colonnade openings; beautiful bullt-ln but 1 fet; house well decorated; full cement basement; furnace beat; on paved street; cloae to car line and school; see this and make us a proposition. It will be worth your while. PATNB INVESTMENT COMTANT, Omaha Nat'l Bank. Bids;. Doug; 1781. OWNER WANTS OFFER. Tour opportunity to buy well kept home at almost your own price. Five-room cottage, modern except furnace, good corner lot, paving paid. 2002 North 33d St. The out plies, $3,300. SCOTT AND HILL CO., Dong. 1001. 1 Ground Fir. McCague Bldg. NEW BUNGALOW. Five rooms, strictly modern, roll b ment, furnace heat, oak finish and oak floors, nicely papered and latest lighting nxiures. Locatea uzs north 36th Bt price 88,100. Terms. NORRIS & NORRIS. 100 Bes Bldg. Phon- Douglas 4270 1600 DOWN AND BALANCE. LIKE RENT 6 rooms; strictly modern bungalow, 43d and Burt; oak finish and oak floors throughout; large lot; south front. Priced at $3,000. This place la new and close to beet part or city, see us at once. PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY, Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 1711. 6-ROOM BUNOALOW. Oak floors throughout, oak finish In living and din ing rooms, large, light, whits enamel bedrooms; good location; restricted addition. A bargain at $3,160. Easy terms. BENSON & CARMICR A nih 843 Paxton Block. Douglas 1721. REAL ESTATE Investments HOME Builders cuarantes 7 per cent, pay able Jan. 1 and July 1. on all Its preferred share. The plan is simple; aak for our frp booklet, "The New Way." which ex plains fully. THE HOME BUILD RltS, INC.. 17 and DougLmr Sta. Phone Doug. 5013. DOWNTOWN "INVERT ME NT. Southwest corner 84th and Chicago, 4 modern houses; rental 11.141 per year; $12. &00. Terms. GEORGE O. WALLACE, 114 Keellne. an Inveatment LET us show you ho1 11,600 In iiw Omaha property will net you 12 per rent per annum. Call Amer ican Berunry uo L. 60l. WU, COLFAX. 7ue Keellne Dldg, Real ?tate, city property, large renehee e encialj r REAL ESTATE B'nes Pr'tjr FOR MALE ?e4xl8. faces three streets, near new Ford building; splendid menu faoturlns atte Adrtrvea. B-U. Bee. FINANCIAL Resl Estate Loans and Mortgage,. We are ready at 11 times to make loans on first class city property and eastern Nebras ka farms. Rites on request. UNITED STATES TRUST CO., 212 South 17th St MON&t TO tiOAN ON Apartment lruses, double brick bouses, single house, business property and farm lands at 6 r oent, 6 per cent A I pr t ' W. U. THOMAS. fSI Keetfne Bldg. Douglas 1141. $3 010 MuStTQAOE, bearing per cent . semi anii.; secured by property valued at ll.OOO.f Talmage-Loomle Inv. Co W, O. W. Bldg. I PER CENT to I per cent on beat olaas olty realdehoee In amounts $2,001 up; aiM far loans.' Reasonable commies tons, PBTERS TRUST CO 1811 Farnam St .REAL ESTATE) LOANS WANTED, THOB, U McOARRT, J fCEELINE BLDG. 4 TEL RED 4141. HOUSES WANTED. WU HAVE BITTERS FOR HOMES WORTH THE MONET IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITT. LIST TOUR PROPER TT WITH TTfl STIR RftBTTI.TS O'NBIL'B REAL ESTATE INS. fAGCT,, Brandeis Theater mat. -rvier iuae. 5JVESTMENTS AND INSURANCE $400 rent, 8 bouses, wanting aistance.io r. u. for 18,600, house cost 8,bov), uoupie bungalows, $300 and balance say. Also I r. bouse, $96 and $9 per meoth. CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON A CO. REAL ESTATE Unimproved North. DO YOU EXPECT' TO BUID SOON? Buy this vacAnt lot and save money. East front, facing KountSe Park, on Slat, near .Evans, $1,160, Can arrange terms. HIATT CO., 34B-7-I Omaha Nat'l Bk Bldg. Tyler 60. FOR SALE. dandy vacant lots, block to car, Una; out to $1,000 cash for quick sale. CALKINS A CO., Douglas 1818. City Natl. Bank Bldg. After looking at MINNE LU8A 300 dif ferent buyers decided that It was the best proposition on the market and they backed their judgment by buying lots. If TOU will .come out today you will understand why others are buying. CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO - lyter 187. jT4$ Omaha NatL .Bank Bldg. A FEW FINE BUILDING LOTS left In Druid Hill, $2.00 down, ooo per week. Douglas 8393. Miscellaneous. A 6oOD lot for $76.00." 6 good ' lots for $76.00 each. Close to a oar line, i down and 60o per week. Box 5036. Omaha Bee. REAL ESTATE Suburban Benson. LYNNWOOD Qo out to Lynnwood today and see the' beautiful lots we are selling from $460 to $800, A. P. TUKEY & SON, Phone Doug. 698. 1607-8 W. O. W. Bldg. START TOUR HOME IN BENSON I BUI THIS fcOTI lll.M down and $10.10 per month; price IU0.ee; else, 10x128: located on Locust St., between Clark and Burn ham, sot far from sohool and car Una. Geo. R. Wright. Bee office. Omaha. Dundee. DUNDEE Bee me for good bargains In resl- dence and vacant property; good loca tions. C. A. Giimmel, 841 Om. Nat Bnk. Bldg. IU ACRES. 68d and Grover; most sightly; s?,euu, acres on oar, ai,vuv, uu fuv ww south of Dundee. P. ni. i-ROOM' bungalow in Dundee, all . stucco, for sale by owner, ,760 ; nrana new; $61 cash. $41 gier month. Box 4768. Bee, Florence. IMPROVED FLORENCE ACREAGE. About I acres i with house, barn and fruit, fronting on loth street a little north of Minna Lusa addition. Price $7,600 on easy terms. Fine for subdivision or cioss-m gardening and fruit growing. JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST. Misc llaneous. NINE-ACRH BARGAIN. Close In and well Improved consisting of a good 6-room house, barn and other outbuildings; 3 acres In grapes, 1 acre In berries, 8 acres In alfalfa; located In the north part of Omaha, about one mile from olty oar line. An unusual bargain at $6,600. Easy terms. 8HULEB 4k CART, D. 6074. 304 Keellne Bldg. I-A. Blk. In Fair acres; new Brownell Hall district. C J. Canan. McCague, Bldg. REAL ESTATE Exchanges WB HAVE a few first-class apartment buildings to be exchanged lor farms, it Is a fact that very few better invest ments can be found than Income prop erty In Omaha. Values are Increasing, rentals are assured. EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT. Hastings A Hoyden, 1614 Harney. WANTED To exchange desirable residence properties In Grand Island, and Nebraska lands all clear, well secured first mort gages and cash, for a good brick busi ness property In a growing and Weil es tablished city In Nebraska. U, & Land and Loan Company, Box 604 Grand Island. Neb FINE Brown county, Nebraska, ranch to trade for good lumber yard or hardware, or both combined; fine water, grass and hay ; extra good Improvements; well stocked with cattle, horses and machinery. Address Y-660, Bee. BEE Want-Ads GAINED 11,698 MORE PAID ADS than any other Omaha news paper gained in first seven months 1916, Good results at less , cost Is the reason why. FOUR 320 acre S. Minn, farms; 200 acres Dallas Co.,. Ia., Some city property. Equity In all. $116,360.00 want lana in one body. Must be aood. A. M. Thornburg, Perry. Ia. A 1-16TH Interest In an Improved 60 -acre farm In Nemaha co., Neb., subject to a Ufa estate, to exchange tor diamonds. AO dress L. Crocker. Beatrice. Neb. 12-R. mod. residence; paving paid; want l-r. mod. bungalow as nrat payment; bei- anoe easy terms. Morgan, voug. nt. HOTEL and furniture at ball as. 8, D. exchange D (707. To land Trumbull REAL ESTATE WANTED WANTED 4, 6 and 6-roomed houses that san be sold for 10u cash; balance lit per month: give complete description first letter. W. FARNAM SMITH & CO., 1120 Farnam Bt ToL Doug. 1064 HAVE buyers for small houses and lets In North omana. writs tu&2, see. , 3 PRIVATE MONET. J SHOPEN A COMPANY, f' KEELINE BUILDING. OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. "" O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO., 1616 Omaha Natl. Phone Douglas 1718. Real Estate, Insurance, Bonds. GALLAGHER A NELSON, . . 644 Brandels Bldg. Doug. 3. MONET to loan on Improved farms and rancnes. we also buy good farm mort gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha. REAL ESTATE loans, 6 per cent See D. 10. muuk CO., 118 Omaha Natl. Bank. NO DELAY. W. T. GRAHAM BEE BLDG. CITT and farm loans, 6, 6, I per cent J. H. Dumont A Co., 416 Keellne Bldg. MONET on hand for city and farm loans. H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg. HAPVTM PPH.Q Omaha :Natl. Bank Bldg. & nnf MONET HARRISON A MORTON, v 818 Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg. $100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. V WaadT wead Biag. latn and f arnam wta. Abstracts 7i Title riiinranfAO Abstract Co. We can bring VJUalailtCC down your abstract on short notice, R. 7, Patterson Bldg. D. 3147. T7ni, Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co., JVcir 06 a 17th St., ground floor. Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Ce. REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of fice In Nebraaka; aos uranaeu Tneater. FARM AND RANCH LANDS Colorado Lands. Colorado land excursions, expenses paid. C L. Nethaway, Florence, Neb. Florence 838. Missouri Lands. CHEAP FARMS Any stse, easy terms, tn tbe beautiful ozarKs or uent county, iao, W. S. Frank, 201 Neville Block, Omaha. Montana Lands, FARMS FOR SALE." Most attractive Irrigated farms tfi fall cultivation In Montana on mam line R. R. best markets, schools and living condi tions, to be sold on long terms and at attractive prices. Call, writs or phone for descriptive boo met. BEAVERHEAD LAND CO., 1217-18 City Nat Bk. Bldg., Douglas 3801. Omaha. New York Lands. IF TOU want reliable Information and de scriptions of good New York stats farms, write use. CHURCH A CHURCH, Established In 1878. Canandaigua. N, T. Nebraska Lands. NEBRASKA FARMS. $101 per acre buys an improved south east Neb., corn, winter wheat and stock farm of 160 acres; convenient to good town, a bargain for some one, no trades considered. Write owner for particulars. Box 4926, Bee. FOR SALE The northeast quarter of sec tion eight, township thirteen, range seven. In Merrick county, Nebraeka. Price $86 per acre. J. R, Collins, Owner, 2651 Farnam St., Omaha. Neb. LAND NEAR OMAHA FOR SALE. 66 H A. very choice land just N. W. Benson. Belongs to bank; must eell a bargain. See me for prloe and terms. J. A. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson Blk., City. 160 AC, well Improved, one mile of County seat town, east Nebraska, 1 136. THOS. W. CAMPBELL. Keeiine mag. 80 ACRES, 21 miles from Omaha, $100.00 per acre; terms; some exchange. Archer Realty, PBO Brandels Bldg. 30 ACRES of good farm land near 6maha. Price is right, a. t. uostwics; a Bon, boo Bee Bldg. Wisconsin Lands. 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 86 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant; state acres wanted. If Interested tn fruit lands, ask for book let on Apple Orchards. Address Land Com missioner Boo Railway, Minneapolis, Minn. GET literature and maps on the cheapest &nr,A l.n In ITnltai. UlItM BAKER A TILLOTSON. llth and Douglas Sta., Omaha. Doug. 1181. Miscellaneous. acreage U to 6-A. tracts on car line. Easy terms. C. R. Combs, 811 Brandels Thea. Bldg. Doug. an. Horses Live Stock- Vehicles For Sale. MUST sell at once, one team of mules. good condition; one good wagon, one aet of harness, used about one year; goods of a bankrupt farmer. See Oeorge W. Pratt, Trustee, euv n.eenne xiuuaing. Phone D. 8867. TOUNG mules; span of biaclc mare" mulesT 16 hands high; weight, 8,860. D. C. Loner gan, Phone Florence 16 .8. SPRING wagon, single harness and young horse; going out of business. Btsal A Pavericn, aai . FOR BALE Toung registered saddls mare. gal ted. Price reasonable, gall Wal. 3480. Wagon umbrellas, $1.00. Wagner, 801 N. 16th. POULTRY AND PET STOCK FRESH aquatic plants for your fish globe. 20c. Will keep fish healthy. MAX GEISLKH BIKD UU. " ANGORA Persian kittens at 4123 S. llth. Tyler 1862. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE THE message we have to carry to tbe pub lic is enicicncy ana service. To the Individual who needs a high- graae usea ear we nave a massage. WILLTS-OVERLAND, INC., 2047 Farnam St Doug. 3290. Must sell all our second-hand automo biles within 30 daye. We have aevaral makes and are giving better values than anyone else. Johnson-Danforth Co., 1521-31-33 N. llth St. WANTED Ford. JBll. any rendition; atat. low,,t cash price. Address "Ford," 2321 , Harney at. f AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE BEFORE you buy look these cars and prices over, it will pay you well! Chalmers Roadster 3 Gverlands Stsdebaker-I 380 Mats 160 Oadlllae 360 I Fords .y ... t hav relet Roadster 860 Ilii Indlkn Motorovola. e-ood as naw. 116 C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO., 3316 Farnam, Douglas $!. AUTO CLEARING HOUSE 3209 Farnam. Douglas 3110. Ford Roadster $176 Cole Touring 660 Overland Touring 376 Bulck B 36 Roadster 426 444T :roas-Town Oarage. 31S S. llth. D. Ford roadster, $160 00. Midland speedster. $300.00. FORD INSURANCE Fire and theft Insurance on new Fords. $7.70 KILt.T, ELLIS THOMPSON. 11-H City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Pou, lilt. BUS Want-Ad, GAINED . lt.BSI MOHR PAID ADS than any other Omaha news paper sained In first aeven monlha, 1111. Uood results at less cost Is the reason why. USED CAR BARGAINS AT MURPHT-O'BRIION AUTO CO., 1114-11-11 Farnam St. WS will trade you a new Ford for your old one, INDUSTRIAL OARAOB CO., loth and Harney Doui. 1111. l-PABHENOEIt. 10 h. p. auto: I100; cash or paymonu. 2311 Leavenworth at. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE Cadlllan ep.edsteri Jnst over hauled and In floe running condition. Prlre 1311. Phone Dounlaa till. Harold "chcelkope. Ill Paton Blk. FOR SAI.lt OR TRADH Ov.rland tonrlnt oar; reaaonahl.; or wiltht tend, for diamond and cash. D 163. Ak for Mr. Hwll.n. BAROAIN Llht fiv.pe,aener carl ,1.0 trle lights. Call Marn.y 1967. T-PA8SKNC1KR "iourTnf "car? Webster 18,2. Auto Tires and Supplies. 8Kl5"uV for"WsBtnif IrT standard makea. Eiprt lire repelrm,. Zwlebel Bros., 1611 F.rnamj SET ad inunSkVa Bee telllni all about our hi, tlr. sale. Duo Tire Co., Ull Chi cs ,0. Automobiles Wanted. WAKTKD llupmobtl.s. 20 and 21'a: must be priced rlRht: slate condition. Address Box 6,1. Ida Orove. la . Auto Liverand Oarages. DON'T throw away old tire.. W. mak. one new tire from 2 old one, end save you 60 per cent. I In 1 Vulcanising Co.. 1611 Dav enport Lst:iornana:iNen:itojufaej fcxPKRT auto repairing, "service car al waya ready." Omaha Oerag., 1010 Harney St. Tyler 151. Auto Repairing and Painting. ,160 reward for magneto we can t repair. Colls repaired naysaorisr. no n. i n. RBR-Auto Radiator" Repair ' Service and price, right. Ill S. llth St. p. lilt. Motorcycles and Bicycle HARLET-CAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar gains In used machines. Vlotor Roo.. "The Motorcyol. Man." 1701 Leavenworth.. A Building Spot of t About An Acre in Fairacres is 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 5 in that direction. Fairacres is a recognized beauty spot, conditions 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. Autk.r .f Tin End ( the Trail," TlfkUat THIRTEENTH INSTALLMENT SYNOPRIS. Llftiitttnant Tarvl. Uahk I. '.l.M.4 h tha United Statea ruval hnarrt tA Invaatlsate and report flndUga on the invention of Pr. halph Burkn, which serves to bring the submarines to a stats of perfection. On the trial trlD nf tha invsnln. Kn.l a TanarlM hl)er Is 'surprised In the act of examining the mechanism, Hope reports favorably on the new device but there are others Inter ested In It. Attempt to burglarise Burke's laboratory falls; later his daughter Cleo ftrda him murdered la his bedroom. Cleo sells her father's books; she finds a note from which she learns they contain secret frrmula. Olga Ivanotf and Gerald Morton, spies In soarch of formula, attempt to cap lure CIao when she comes for books to Sinphanakt, the anarchist Hope rushes to her aid; Morton shoots but bullet hits a bemb In cellar, whloh explodes. Hope and Cleo earap and attend ball at Mrs. Del- r-iara, wnose nephew has two missing books. Mahlln, a sor. altrnncla to ataa.1 honks: In excitement that follows books disappear. .Mftnnn eerapaa no pa and Ueo take coat for an la and out In thn bay. Mahlln and the Jap turn out the Island light After a violent slorm Hooe and artiva on strange Island and discover man they hunt Is there. Mahlln and Japanese also reach the island They escape from Hope but return and dynamite the shack. Hope and OIo manage to teach Sandsboro, where Dr. Owen hs one of the books. He arranges to meet Hope at the hot. I with book. Morton poses as Hope and but for an earthquake would have possessed the volume, Cleo Is ctptured by Morton and taken to cabin In the mountain She finds there- books for v, hlch they search, fortunately she gets r.cte to Hope, who, with Hook, starts to rescue. As, he crosses chasm in swinging banket Mahlln ateala up and chops at cable with an ax. Hook appaars In lima to save Hope Hs reaches the other side and la greeted by Cleo; she swears her love to him. ihey are followed by Uahlln and Jac who attempt to kidnap Cleo. She swings herself over tne canyon. Olga and Morton are dashed to earth In an aeroplane. Hope and Cleo are nulled from autckaanda hv Hook and a grape vine. Mahlln end Satsuma are called before the Black Council. On the track of another book, they find the owner has Inst It. Hope receives a letter demand ing his marriage i a girl who claims he compromlsod her. He Is forced to comply by Cleo. Unrldentally he learns It Is a plot to rope him tn. Us Is later summoned to waamngton. (tonttnoed From Yesterday.) REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Thomas P. Clarke and wife to George A Co., northeast corner Flfty-aocona street and Canttol avenue. 100x135..$ 1 George A Co. to William H. McCord, northeast corner Flfty-secona street and Capitol avenue. 100x136 1 W. H. Roggasch and wife to Agueta Roggasch. Blonao street, ivo reei east of Fortieth street, south side, 60x130 1 Nella B. Traver to George A. Ollll- land et al.. Thirty-second street, 86 feet north of Decatur street, west side. 43.6x113.76 1 George A. GUllland and wife to Ed ward n, Traver, rinaney Bixeei, 1174 ft Twenty-eighth treat north side. 894x118.6 X Theron C. Morley and wife to Ernest A. L. Wolt, eoutneasi corner inir tleth street and Ames avenue, 108a 198U 2 Donald H. Brotchle and wife to James T. Craig, Grant street, ifl reei eas. of Twenty-sixth street, south side, 4Sil20 1 Frank Vaehal to ' Max Bolster, L street, 193 feet west or f oruein .rrut nnrth aide. 80x1484 2,360 Helen Clpra to John Illch, Eighteenth street, hbh reet soutn oi www' .,r .r aide. 284x72.8 736 Charles F. Kuncl and wife to John Llbal ana wire, eouinwwai vumid. Twelth and Ontario streets, lrregu- 1.- t, ni-rtTlmati.lv 71x110 1 Mary Rychly and husband to Anna M. east of Twenty-fifth avenue, north side, 46x120 800 Harvey J. Grove and wife to George R. Savin, tt.ari street, ii feet east of Leroy avenue, north mtAM Unwind 1 Elisabeth Crawford and husband to Philip A. Pyies, ugaen wm fset west of Florence boulevard, .M. RflvIKO 1.700 Charles W. Keys and wife to H. D. Hamaker, soutnwest ronwr -.M second and Hamilton streets, 98x200 9,000 LEGAL NOTICES. Annual Report of the Condition of UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANT t of OMAHA. NEBRASKA, As Made to the State Auditor At the close of business, June 20, 1816. t cpaniiRfivca. . :..,.:,.;..!!u. rivS1-!:::::::::::: : : Account, receivaoie Cash and eight exchange .. 4.160. Total reaourca. 1616,176.21 LIABILITIES. C.pHal 1100,000. on Undivided proBta and surplu..... " T.n.t fund. " Debenture certlOoate. Funds awaiting Investment ?!' So! 'IS AocounU payable 17,307. to ' ... ' ..--..i.. IAI6.676.21 State ot Nebraska, County of Douglas, pa. I H O. Jordan, Seoretaty of Dnlt Su'te. 'Trust Company of Omaha, Ne braska, ao norewy " " etatement U true to the beet of my Knowl edge and beuei. . v.. .... -. .worn to In my presence tbla 17th day of August, ''. tSEAL) Notary Public. lBEJU" SlI-All-dlt Brenner Spends Night As McShane's Guest r .ffvrta nf attnr. neys to secure the release of George Brenner, proprietor ui m ......aw.. Um Km,faAi. .n.nl the tOUnirv uuu, in. t ninht in jail after being sentenced to ninety oays ano imcu un r tempt of court proceedings by Judge Leslie. . , , Brenner will remain the guest of c :tt i.ci.... Mtil the annliratlon snerin -t-, for a new. trial and the placing of a bond has been passed upon by the su preme court Gun Taken from Barber Who Fires at Random Paul Costanzo, barber in a Farnam street shop, was arrested last night for shooting a man in the foot whom he asserted had passed an insulting remark as he was passing Seventeenth and Farnam with a woman com panion. Judge Foster ordered the gun confiscated and discharged Cos tanzo. I BEAR IS STUBBORN BRDTE SAYS "FRED" H. E. Fredrickson Tries to Chase Grizzly from Auto by Argument But Fails. MAKES RAID ON THE LUNOH all means," said the outlaw courteously, rising and escorting her to the entrance of the cave. "Later in the afternoon I will give myself the pleasure of calling upon you, by which time, I trust, you will have come to a decision. Very unpleasant things sometime happen, lie added, signili cantly, "to those who refuse my requests." 1 will think it over, said OlRa coldly, and disappeared within the cave. Her captor, keen-eyed though he was, had failed to observe that, be fore leaving the table, she had secret ed In her dress- the steel knife with which she had been eating. And now, Mr. Morton, said Car- rillo, as he resumed his seat, "here are pen, ink and paper. The messen ger is waiting. The amount we agreed on was ten thousand, I believe. As Olga re-entered the cave her eye was caught by the books strewn upon the table. Idly curious as to the literary tastes of Carrillo, she glanced at them with languid interest. There were a score of novels of the sensa tional order, much the worse for use; a book of Spanish verse; a volume on engraving (she recalled that Cartllo had been a counterfeiter before his flight to the mountains) and a small, leatherhound book entitled Kobin- son's Philosophy." There was some thing about the title that was vaguely familiar. As she opened the book she drew her breath in sharply, tor, in A bear will not listen to logic Ar gument has no effect on him. ' H. E. Frederlckson of Omaha dis covered this in Yellowstone, Mont, the other day. He declares now that preparedness is necessary in order to deal effectively with a grizzly, and win a point. A big grizzly got into Frederick son's machine and stole the lunch Mr. and Mrs. Fredericksott had pre pared for themselves. It was near civilization, at that, for the car was narked a. half block from the Lake hotel at that place. The bear got into the machine during the, night and Frederickson, being an early riser, caught him in the act of filching the lunch in the morning. "Shoo, shuieeee," shouted the Oma ha man as he ran toward his machine. The grizzly looked up at him lazily and very indifferently, and then bent down to his task of pawing over the cushions and tearing up and slitting the upholstering in the tonneau in his effort to get the last morael of the lunch which was packed away under the rear seat The Fredericksons had emerged the night before from a tour through Yellowstone park from Cody, Wyo., and they had carried the lunch for emergency. Bear Holds Position. Vainly Frederickson danced around the car, flapping his arms like the wings of a Dutch windmill, but the bear continued to munch ham sand wiches and jelly bread, while he periodically drew his claws over the handsome upholstering, just to hear it rip, as it seemed to the owner. In despair Fredrickson ran to the hotel and soon returned with a small army of tourists ad hotel employes with clubs. They beat the brute over the head until sandwiches did not look good m comparison to a retreat in the timber, TheVFredricksons have been loafins along the highways in the west for the last few months, motoring all over Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. They are to make Salt Lake City yet, where they will loaf a while. Then they will tour back to Omaha. Concord Club Plans to Bring Good Speakers Here Plans for a varied line of fall activi ties were discussed at the weekly noonday luncheon of the Concord club, an organization of business and frofessional men that meets every hursday at the Hotel Fontenelle. It is planned to have a speaker of national prominence address the club at the night meeting the first Thurs day in September a meeting that will take the place ot the noonday luncheon. The Concord club, organized the first of the year, has a membership of nearly 100, recruited from all lines of business. Hollis M. Johnson is president; (. fc.. Corey, vice president, and H. S. Tyler, secretary. Federal Judge Woodrough was elected honorary member at the noon day luncheon this week. The Secret thfe Submarine the By E. Alexander Powell "By b. Flandar.." The oU to ClmT," "Vhm b ' Copyright. 1916, by E. AJeaender I mU. faded writing on the title page, was the name "Ralph Burke." vIt was the lost book . . . the very volume of which she and Morton had so long been in search! And, by one of those miraculous coincidences which causes fiction to hang its head In shame, she had come upon it in the cave of the bandit who had captured her! Fever ishly she turned its leaves until she came to page sixty-one. There was nothing on it; But wait; Looking closer she detected, printed in minute characters between the two lower lines of type, hslf a dozen words so small and faintly written that they would escape the notice of one who was not looking for them. "Metal lurgy," she deciphered, "sixty-one- every seventh word." She stared stupidly at (the message for some minutes before its meaning became clear. It could mean but one thing: the formula was not contained in the Philosophy, as she and Morton had taken for granted, but in a work on metallurgy the very one, no doubt, which she and Morton had lett in Patten's cabin on the ledge, and from which, she now remembered, the title page had been torn. The search for the formula wai by no means ended. Throwing herself on the bed Olga carefully considered her position and , her chances for escape, bhe now felt confident that she held the key to the mystery in her hand but it was worthless to her unless she could re gain her freedom. Producing the knife she had surreptitiously taken from the table, she commenced indus triously to whet it upon the rocky wall of the cave. After an hour's work she straightened her aching back and regarded her worv -.dminngly. She had converted the eVeel table . knife into a dagger wit) almost razor It was stmset when Olga was awak ened from a sleep of exhaustion by the unheralded entrance of Carrillo. -The few hours of rest had restored her naturally high color; she had loosened her hair, which fell to her waist in a cascade of glossy black, and her blouse, which was open at the neck, displayed a bewitching glimpse of her marble neck and shoulders. Carrillo, by no means oblivious to her charms, crossed the room and seated himself on the edge of the bed beside her. "Hello, have yon been reading this?" he inquired, picking up the vol ume of philosophy, which, unbeknown to her, had slipped from beneath her pillow. "I found it on your table," the an swered nonchalantly. "It is an odd book to find in such a place. Where did you get it?" "One of my men found ft lying on a mountain trail several weeks ago," he replied carelessly. "He knew that books are scarce up here and that I am fond of reading, so he brought it in. But," and he flung the book aside impatiently,'."!, is not of anything so stupid as philosophy that 1 would talk with you, my dear." (To Ba. OostlntMd Tomorrow.) Gets Thirty Days For Looking Into The City Jail If Fred Leonard ever heard that song about "I'd rather be on the out aide looking in than the inside look ing out," he forgot to take proper precautions to insure his staying out. Wednesday afternoon he went to the window ot the jail and looked in. A little later he was looking out, for Officer Chapman saw him get a dime from some ot the inmates to go and "buy a mule" or "play the white line." Police Judge Foster thought it was all wrong and gave Fred thirty days in the workhouse to repent Omaha Jobbers Will Fight Rate Increase Omaha jobbers are anxious to se cure the suspension of a proposed in crease in freight rates from the Pa cific coast country to Omaha on canned goods, dried fruits and dried peas. A hearing has just been held before the suspension board of the Interstate Commerce commission in Washington, at which Omaha inter ests were represented by E. J, Mc Vann, manager of the traffic bureau of the Commercial club. If the rates are auspended for a time, as the Omaha wholesalers hope they will be, the next step will probably be to file a petition seeking to have the proposed rates permanently set aside. The increase is as much as 28 per cent on such goods shipped to Omaha. At present all the big jobbers in Omaha have contracts 'for large quantities of these goods from the west coast, the contracts being based on the old freight rate. If the in crease is allowed the local jobbers will have to absorb the difference, which will greatly increase their ex pense accounts. All Grades of Poultry to Be Cheaper by Saturday Live broilers weighing one and one quarter to two and one-half pounds will bring 20 cents a pound during today and tomorrow, but thereafter only 18 cents, according to a achedule just issued. Those weighing over two and one-half pounds will bring 18 cents today and tomorrow, and 16 cents thereafter. Hens weighing four and one-half pounds are quoted at 15 cents per pound for today and Friday, and 14 cents thereafter. Those under four and one-half pounds are quoted at 14 cents now and 13 eents after Friday. Inquest Held Over Death Of Men Drowned in Sewer The inquest over the bodies of E. P, Griggs and Frank Nusco, who were drowned in the catch basin of the sewer pumping station of the Carter Lake club, brought out no new facts in regard to the case. The verdict said that they came to their death between the hours of ? o'clock Monday morning and 10 o'clock Tuesday morning by being overcome by gas and drowning. Nothing de veloped as to which died first or whether one tried to rescue the other. OMAHA MONEY HAY UUTD WUW DTSWT0 llljlJl iimi iUrtlUU Industrial Committee of the Commercial Club Estab lishes Investors' Bureau. DATA ON NEW CONCERNS Opportunity for people of Omaha to properly invest in incoming Indus tries will be offered by the industrial committee, which is conducting the campaign for more successful fac tories for this city. An investors' bureau will be estab lished as a feature of Omaha's Indus trial plan, which ia designed to build in Omaha aa a maniffarturlnD center. The people of Omaha and vicinity with investment to place will in this manner be given an opportunity to look over a number of propositions and make their own Investigations in their own way. In order to follow; up several of the more promising propositions that have been presented by out-of-town factories since this campaign was in augurated, a member of the industrial committee will leave tonight for the east, where he will spend several days in investigating the planta that show a willingness to consider Omaha ai a field of operation, in case sufficient additional capital can1 be secured. Hear of Many Planta. . The committee has found that the reault of ita campaign is very satis factory so far, and that many of the plants that are available for relocation would require additional working capital or more ready money for im mediate development and for this rea son thought it best to start the in vestors' bureau earlier than it was originally intended. The committee now seeks the sup- port from men with local capital for information regarding the new plants willing to locate in Omaha, if suf ficient capital is available. Gasoline and Kerosene Prices Are Reduced The Standard Oil company an nounces that the price of gasoline has been reduced in Omaha from 20 to 19 cents a gallon, the latter price being made to everybody and any body, according to the announcement of a representative of the company. Kerosene has been reduced to 754 cents, a gallon. Both reductions, have been ' ex pected. Last week advice was re ceived that the price of crude oil had been reduced and on Wednesday a message from Chicago atated gaso line had been reduced 1 cent In that city. Man Shot by Wife In ' Mount Clemens Street Mount Clemens, Mich., Aug.; 17. Roy Pettit, 35 years of age, was shot and killed by his wife on a downtown, street today. Dozens of person saw the tragedy. Pettit was night elerk m. i.u.v,, ... ia. j. ...Lit u.Liurn an. killed her husband becaoM 'Tin aougsit the company of others too gauch."