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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1916.
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R RENT Ad t and FUU
West.
21 ST AND HOWARD STS.
Two 6-room brick flats, beautifully deco
rated; strictly modern; reasonable rent
for keys call Doug-las S0T or Tyler 161t.
Ill EE rooms and bath, near 2&11 Har
My. Very desirable. Only IH, Ernest
pw"i, new n vmuuin. u, iin.
liAttGB room apt.. modern eaoept heat
id floor, to small family, lift; near ltb
And Davenport. Walnut 43ft.
140 D ER N Apt., 1 rooms, $26; near postoit-
flce. Q. P. StebMns, 1610 Chicago.
BT. CLAIR, 34th and Harney, S and 4-room
apartments. Call Harney I4T.
Miscellaneous.
and 6-rm. apartments for rent. Walking
FOR RENT ButineM Pp'ty
Stores-
VKRT desirable aultes of rooms in Wild
Bldf. and Baldrlsa Bld.. now available
!'. at reasonable rental. F, D. Wead, Wead
f Bidt, p. m.
2005 N 20TH Suitable confectionery, dry
foods, etc., llvlna rms. rear. D. 1868.
. MODEBN store, near poatoltlcs, $60 per mo.
Q p. stebblns. 1810 Chicago.
CHOICE office space. Salrd bldf.,
Douglas. McCaus Itiv. Co.
Office! nd Desk Room.
I
DESIRABLE office rooms tc the remodeled
Crounse Block, lit N. 18th St. (opposite
postofOce), $lo to $11 per month, Conrad
Young, tit Brandels Theater. Doug. 16T1.
OFFICE room with phone and reception
reom for lady. P. 8 $8. Omaha Bee.
Miscellaneous.
AUGUST RENT FRED.
111.60 6-r. flat, newly decorated, all
modern except heat $226 N. $0th BL
H. A. WOLF,
114 Ware Blk. Iour. $068.
BILLIARD pnrlor; location 18th and How-
ard; basement wr.gnt iaiDury. u.
MOVING AND STORAGE
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,
separate locked rooms, for housshold
foods and pianos; movlnf, packlnf and
shlpplnf.
OMAHA VAN AND BTORAOB CO..
01 a ltth St. Doualaa t!88.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real moving service try us. Large
J -horse padded vans. Storage, $2 month.
Satisfaction guaranteed. We move you
QUICKER, CHEAPER AND SAFER.
Phone Tyier zau or uuugim
( TX?Tt,Y Express Co Moving,
. Kj, SxEjEjU packing and storage.
1107 Farnam Bt. uoug.aa 8148
"GORDON VAN CO.
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
Packing, storage and mov
ing. 21$ N. llth St. Phone
Douglas 394 or Webster 2699.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
. STORAGE CO.
Careful attention given to orders for
moving, packing or storage; office at Ray
mond Furniture Co., 1611 and 1616 How
ard at mono u. joit.
FIDELITY Si FREE
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments; also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Sts.
Maggard VlV,n?
Van and Storage Co. Moving, packing,
storage and shipping. Phone Doug. lOjl
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
West.
3625 CALIFORNIA ST.
A new, attractive well-built house; lot
51H ft. frontage; near some of the best
homes in Omaha and in the Cathedral
district; large living room, fireplace, at
tractive dining room, with bull t-In buffet,
convenient kitchen and four bedrooms;
all oak floors and the very best of con
struction throughout. Price, $6,600.
Reasonable terms.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
$02 City National Bank Bldg.,
Phone Doug. T66.
Cosy home, Bemls Park
district; $ rooms; strictly
modern; south front; paving
all paid for; would oonalder
auto as part payment Call
Wee, 111.
I Si" LlNGOLni BLVD. 11-room Douse,
strictly modern with hot water heat
Pmirlfli. nit
GOOD home cheap, near Deaf Institute and
car line; own'.r. Harney 8354.
ILLER PARK BUNGALOWS.
READ THIS.
We have the following listed:
2665 Laurel Avenue, 6 rooms and bath.
2667 Laurel Avenue, S rooms and bath.
2688 Laurel Avenue, 6 rooms and bath.
8616 Crown Point Avenue, 5 rooms, and
bath.
2686 Crown Point Avenue, t rooms and
bath. I
All of these bungalows have the fol
lowing features; Bullt-ln buffet, book
case and colonnade openings. Oak floors
and oak finish thorughout Paved street
Full cement basement Floored attlo.
All new or nearly new. Prices range
from $2, $00 to $4,200. Any of these oan
be handled from $300 to $1,600. When can
you see them?
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO,
Omaha Nat Bk. Bldf. Donf. 1181.
Sola Agents.
$3,000
4227 Franklin St., 6-room brick house,
practically new; large living room, din
ing room, kitchen on first floor; two big
bedrooms and bath upstairs; all oak fin
ish and floors downstairs; large closets,
wardrobe with good drawers large enough
to hold skirts; nice lighting fixtures,
dandy place. Can make reasonable terms.
Give immediate possession. Can be seen
any time.
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY,
818-18 City Nat'l Bank Bldf. Douf. .
YOUR OWN TERMS
BUNGALOW FOR $2,750
Cozy, l-room bungalow, all modern.
with oak finish. Full south front lot,
handy to car line. Located northwest
The prloe la cheap and $260 cash and
tne balance same as rent will handle.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 2$62. $l$-20 City National.
$1,500 DOWN. BALANCE MONTHLY.
JUST LISTED.
$ rooms. Strictly modern home. Near
20th and Maple. Oak floors and oak fin
ish. Nice lot Paved street all paid.
House built for home. Price has been
reduced $760 In last week. This la a bar
gain. Seeing is believing. When can you
aee It?
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Pug. 1781.
DWNER sell 6-room modern house, east
front, full lot, fl3i n. ISO. Prloe $2,660;
worth $3,300; $1,600 mortgage. Colfax
3272.
NIFTY new bungalow of five rooms and
bath; 3 rooms finished In oak; full base
ment: furnace heat; modern In every
way; two blocks to car; two blocks to
school; 46-foot east front lot; $200 cash;
balance monthly. $813 N. 29th St Colfax
2763.
NEW BUNGALOW.
Five rooms, strictly modern, full base
ment furnace heat oak finish and oak
floors, nicely papered and latest lighting
fixtures Located $922 North 2$th St
Prlco $3,10o Terms.
NORRIS & NORRIS.
400 Bee Bldg. Phon Douglas (279.
TfinAT'B Tt A Rft A TVS
A nifty new bungalow of 6 rooms and
bath; oak finish, with oak floors; modern
in every way, full basement, furnace, fine
south rront lot, lft blocks from Sherman
rAv, car; a little north of Kountse park.
Pries $2,960; about $350 cash, rest month
ly.
RASP BROS.,
Douglas 1662. 106 McCague Bldg.
6-R., ALL mod. stucco bungalow and gar
ave on full lot; 2 blocks to car line; $600
eaah, balance like rent Doug. 2819.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
North.
KOt'NTZB PI.AI'K restricted district reel
dene for .ale K v Knleet .811 N mth.
FOR BALK 80x188, two cottases, at 8816
Patrick Ave.; leavlnf olty: will sell cheap.
SEVEN-ROOM modern houss, 11.760.
owner, SMH North 36th flt
South.
NEW 7-ROOM BUNGALOW,
CLOSE IN.
Ierge living room, dining room, kitchen
and aunroom on first floor; oak finish and
oak floors; French door between dining
room and sunroom; three large bedrooms
and bath upstairs; full basement; every
thing complete and up to date; east front
lot on paved street 633 S. 32d Ave.
Price $6,360. Terms.
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Douglas 1009. Oround Floor McCague Bldg,
NEAR 31ST AND MASON,
A splendid location, and you can buy
this 6-room, at I modern cottage, paving
all paid, for $2,400: $600 cash, balance
monthly payments St Peter's new
church site one block away.
P. J. TEBBEN8 COMPANY,
06 Omaha National Phone D. 2182.
7-ROOM house, modern except heat; ce
ment walks and garage; good lot; cheap
at $2,300. 4744 S. 18th St. Douglas 2819.
8-ROOM, strictly modern house, lot 60x160;
Hanscom Park addition; bargain. Call at
1311 S. 80th. Harney 234$.
801 Pine St, 7 rms., mod.
1816 So. 8th St., 7 rms., mod.
191$ So. 29th St. 100 lot, $1,600.
BERK A A MUSIL, D. 6967.
Miscellaneous.
INVESTMENTS AND INSURANCE $400
rent $ houses, walking distance to P. O.
for $$,600, (house cost $3,600). Couple
bungalows, $300 and balance easy. Also
I r. house, $96 and $9 per month.
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON A CO.
HOUSES WANTED.
WB HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMES
WORTH THE MONEY IN ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY. LIST YOUR PROPER
TY WITH US FOR RESULTS.
O'NBIL'S REAL ESTATE INS. AOCY.,
Brandels Theater Bldg. Tyler 1084.
6-ROOM BUNGALOW.
Oak floors throughout oak
finish In living and din
ing rooms, large, light,
white enamel bedrooms;
good location; restricted
addition. A bargain at
$3,160. Easy terms.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
642 Paxton Block. Douglas 172$.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
West
THE BEST LOTS IN OMAHA
At the
PRICES AND TERMS.
$395 to $496.
$10 Down, $5 Per Month.
Located, close in. West Farnam district;
near car line; sewer, sidewalks, water and
gas.. They are real bargains.
SHULER & CARY,
Douflas 6074. 204 Keellne Bldf.
North.
Aftsr looklnf at MINNE LUSA 800 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judfment by buyinf lots.
If TOU will come out today you will
understand why others are buyinf.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
Tyler 187.
742 Omaha Natl. Bank Bldf.
DO YOU EXPECT TO
BUILD SOON?
Buy this vacant tot and aavo money;
east front, faclnf Kountse Park, on 21st.
near Svane; 11,160; oan arrange terms.
HIATT COMPANY.
246-7-9 Omaha Nat'l. Bk.
Tyler 0.
FOR SALE.
S dandy vacant lota, H block to oar
11ns; cut to $1,000 cash for quick sals.
CALKINS t CO.,
Douflas 1818. City NatL Bank Bldf.
A FEW FINE BUILDING LOTS left In
Druid Bill, 12.00 down. 60o per week.
Douflas 8382. '
Miscellaneous.
A QOOD lot tor $76.00. 8 food lots for
$76.00 each. Close to a car line. $1 down
and too par week. Box 6088. Omaha Be..
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Benson.
LYNNWOOD
Go out to T'Vnnwcvd today and aee the
beautiful lots we are selling from $460 to
$609.
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone Doug. 193. U0T-8 W. O. W. Bldg.
bXAK'i YOUR HOMs. IN BUNSONl
BUY THIS LOT I
$19.99 down and $16.90 per month; price
$3iv.o9: also, $xl$8; located on Locust
St. between Clark and burn ham, tot
far from school and oar line- Geo. R
Wright. Be office. Omaha
FOR SALE Five Improved acres; $400
yearly profit besides your living. Mrs.
Pallas, 5986 McKlnley, Benson.
Dundee.
THOROUGHLY modern brick and stucco
home in Dundee; living room, dining room
and kitchen downstairs; three bedrooms
and sleeping porch upstairs; bullt-ln buf
fet, bookcases, flreplaoe, etc.; oak floors
throughout; oak woodwork downstairs;
white enamel and mahognay upstairs. For
sale by owner, who built It for a home.
Call Walnut 1141.
Itt ACRES, 63d and Grover; most sightly;
$3,600; acres on car, $1,000, and $300 lots
south of Dundee. D. 2947.
6-ROOM bungalow In Dundee, all stucco,
for sale by owner, $8,760; brand new;
$50 cash. $49 per month. Box 4763, Bee
Florence.
IMPROVED FLORENCE ACREAGE.
About $ acres with house, barn and
fruit, fronting on 30th street a little north
of Mlnne Lusa addition. Price $7,600 on
easy terms. Fine for subdivision or close-in
gardening and fruit growing.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1902 FARNAM ST.
South Side.
3-ROOM residence. South Side, $1,600; $60
cashJlanco $16 jer .month. Doug. 6826.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
WANTED To exchange desirable residence
ropertlea In Grand Island, and Nebraska
ands all clear, well secured first mort-
gages and cash, for a good brick busi
ness property In a gruwlng and well es
tablished olty in Nebraska. U.' & Land
and Loan Company. Box 604 Grand
Island. Neb
GOOD farms, well Improved, well located,
priced right good terms, in Lyon oounty,
Minnesota, and vicinity, 80 miles from
the Iowa line in the best corn, clover
and alfalfa section of the state. Give full
particulars In your first letter as to what
you have and what you want
LLEWELLYN A 80N,
Marshall, Lyon County, Minn.
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.
A 1-16TH hi teres t In an Improved 60-acre
farm in Nemaha CO., Neb., subject to a
life estate, to exchange for diamonds. Ad
dress L. Crocker, Beatrice, Neb.
12-R. mod. residence; paving paid; want
6-r mod. bungalow as first payment; bal
ance easy terms, Morgan. Doug. 4379.
WILL TRADE lot, clear title, for rooming
house. Enquire Room 206, Wellington Inn.
H'tTUl. and furniture it Delias. S. O:
-xehne, O T707 Tolsnd s Trumbull
REAL ESTATE Investment
YOU do not have to be a big capitalist
to Invest In Home Builders. Shares now
$1.20 and you can Invest In one or five
hundred every week or month. Better
Investigate.
HOME BUILDERS, INC.,
17th and Douglas. Phone D. 6018.
WM. COLrAA, .Oft Keellti. Lldg.
Real f"tate. city property, large ranches
nafllV
DOWNTOWN INVESTMENT.
Southwest corner 24th and Chicago, 4
modern houses; rental $1,160 per year;
$12,600. Terms.
GEORGE Q. WALLACE, 614 Kesllne.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
TRACK AUK Pine site on B. II R. It.; slie
85x166; ran btt bought cheap. C. A.
OrlmmeL 848 Om. Nat. Bnk. Bldf.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'ty
KOK SALE rtul.1, tat-ee turee streets,
near new Ford building; splendid manu
facturing site. Address, 6-U1, Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, and 6-roomed housa that
3an be sold for $100 cash; balance $16
per month; give complete description first
letter.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1220 Farnam St
Tel. Doug. 1064
OUR specialty handling property for out-of-
town owners.
GALLAGHER tt NELSON, Oman. Neb.
HAVE buyera for smalMwies andlotsTn
North Omaha. Write 6063, Bee.
FINANCIAL
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
MONEY TO tOAN ON
Apartment houses, double brick bouses,
single houses, business property and farm
landa at t per cent 6 14 per cent sV 6 pr t
W H. THOMAS,
228 Keellne Bldg Douglas 1(4$.
t PER CENT to 6 per cent on best class olty
restdenea In amounts $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
rivi Bittw TnUf i CO . 18P1 Farnam St,
$2,300 MORTGAGE, bearing par cent seinl
ann.; secured by property valued at $7,500.
Ta Image -Loom If In v. Co., W. O. W. Bidg
REAL ESTATE LOANSWNTEa
THOS. I. McOARRV.
KEELINB BLDG. TEL. RED 4344.
SHOPBN 4k COMPANY.
Kfc.tiL.lNE BUILDING.
OMAHA horn us. East Nebraska farms.
O KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Natl. Phone Douglas 3716.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm tnort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
REAL ESTATE loans, 6 per cent Bee
D. E. BUCK ft CO.,
913 Omaha Natl. Bank.
NO DELAY.
W. T. GRAHAM.
BEE BLDG.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6H, 6 per cent
J. H. Dumont A Co., 416 Keellne Bldg.
MONEY on hand for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
fl A PVTV DPflO $46 Omaha
K nf MONEY HARRISON ft MORTON,
916 Omaha Natl. Bank Blda.
1 100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. WeadT
weaaBiag, ma and Farnam Sts,
Abstracts ol Title
rJimrnYirpia Abstract Co. We can bring
VJUdl allies down your abstract on
snort notice, rt, ?, Patterson Bldg, D. 2947,
Korr Title, Guarantee and Abstract Cu.,
XVCll 106 s. 17th St, ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co,
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. 10$ Brandels Theater.'
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Colorado Lands.
Colorado land excursions, expenses paid.
C L. Nethaway. Florence, Neb. Florence 22d.
Minnesota Lands.
40, 80 OR 160 ACRES GOOD, HEAVY
soli, well settled part of Todd county,
Minn., good roads, schools and churches;
price $15 to $20 per acre; terms $1.00 per
acre cash, balance $4.00 per acre a year;
6,000 acres to select from. Agents wanted;
will make a low railroad rate to inspect
Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth Bldg., Min
neapolis, Minn.
Nebraska Lands,
AN INCOME-PRODUCING
RANCH FOR A
CITY INVESTOR.
$180,000, half cash, buys a 12,000-acre
highly Improved Nebraska ranch, with
an assured net Income of $9,000 per year.
There Is a fortune in the future advance
of the land value. Full particulars on
request,
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Doug, 609.
NEBRASKA FARMS.
$105 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.
. LAND NEAR OMAHA. FOR SALE.
56 H A. very choice land Just N. W.
Benson. Belongs to bank. Must sell. A
bargain. See me for price and terms.
J. A. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson Blk., City.
FOR SALE The northeast quarter of sec
tion eight, township thirteen, range seven,
in Merrick county, Nebraska. Price $85 per
acre. J. R. Collins, Owner, 2561 Farnam
St., Omaha, Neb-
FOR SALE Best largi body high grade
medium priced laud in Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
bach. Neb.
160 AC, well Improved, one mile of county
seat town, east Nebraska, $126.
THOS. W. CAMPBELL,
Keellne Bldg.
$0 ACRES Average 60 bushels corn, one
mile to Tecumseh; must be sold; easy
terms. Stewart, 216 So. 17th.
30 ACRES of good farm land near Omaha.
Price is right S. P. Bostwlck ft Son,' 300
Bee Bldg.
New York Lands.
NEW YORK FARMS FOR SALE.
Here we go. I am ready. Aro you?
Buyer, sun is setting on your chance
to buy cheap land.
20 cows, 190 acres alfalfa land, build
ings worth $6,000. Price $36 per acre.
They cost less, produce more; here Is
your profit.
10 cows, 92 acres level alfalfa land,
8 -room house, basement, barn, $30 per
acre.
To be assured satisfaction and valus re
ceived buy this.
20 cows, 180 acres; village 40 rods;
buildings worth $4,600. Price $46 per
acre. R. R. fare one way to purchaser.
Write for photo, B. Munson, 2426 S.
Ballna St., Syracuse. N. Y.
Missouri Landa.
CHEAP FARMS Any else, easy terms, In
the beautiful Osarks of Dent county. Mo.
W. 8 Frank. 201 Neville Blork. Omaha
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 stoca
raising. Ask for booklet 86 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 United States.
BAKER ft TILLOTSON,
16th and Douglas Sts., Omaha. Doug. 118 8.
Miscellaneous.
ARE YOU GOING TO BUY LAND?
If so, get a oopy of our Journal first
It has lands, city property and stocks
of goods advertised from nearly every
state. So that you can find Just what
you wish In its columns. Established
, 19 years, reaching 78.000 readers. Bend
2 60 for one year's subscription, or $1 for
five years.
FARM AND REAL ESTATE JOURNAL,
TRAER. IOWA,
ACREAGE to 6-A. tracts on car line.
Eaay terms. C. R. Combs, 811 Brandels
Thea. Bldg. Doug. 8116.
FARM LAND WANTED
HAVE cash and desirable property for pro
ductive farm land. Describe fully. Box
6201, Bee.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
ONE black hearse, rubber-tired, horse
drawn, practically new. Address Y-666,
Bee.
Wagon umbrellas, $1.00. Wagner, 801 N. 16th.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FRT3H aquatic plants for your fish globe,
2iV, Will keep fish healthy. MAX
GEIHLER BIRD CO.
FLEMISH GIANT rabhlts for sale.
Union, 107 Woolworlh Ave.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
UEKOKU you buy look these cars and prices
over. It will pay you well:
Chalmers Roadster
t Ovt'rlands ,
Studnbaker-6 $450
Mets 160
Cadillac 260
S Fonts
Chevrolet Roadster 250
1916 Indian Motorcycle, good as new, 176
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO,,
2216 Farnam. Douglas 688,
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Farnam. Douglas 8310.
Ford Roadster $175
Cole Touring P60
Overland Touring 876
Buirk B 36 Roadaten 48S
6-PASSKNGER, 30 h. p. auto; $!00 cash,
or payments. 2218 Leavenworth St.
FORD INSURANCE
Fire and theft Ineurance ou new Forda
$7.70
KILLY, ELLIS ft THOMPSON,
913-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg, 5?M1I.
Must sell all our atcond-hand automo
biles within 80 dayi. We have several
makes and are giving better values than
anyone else.
Johnson-Danforth Co.,
1$$J12N. ltht
BEE Want-Ads GAINED 19,399 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained In first seven months. 1916.
Good results at less
cost Is the reason wh)
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY-O'BUIEN AUTO CO.,
1814-16-18 Farnam Bt
FOR SALE A 1B14 "model Ford touring
car, newly overhauled and painted; first
class repair; a bargain. Box 61.08, Omaha
Bee.
WB will trade you a new Ford for your old
one.
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO..
30th and Harney. Doug. 6361.
FOR SALE Cadillac speedster; Just over
hauled and In fine running condition.
Price t-U. Phono Douglua 2981. Harold
Schoelkops. 613 Paxton Blk.
Crosstown Garage, 315 S. 24th. Doug. 4442.
12-ln. South bevel lathfl, with extra
equipment cost $836, for sale at 3200.
YOU can save 20 per "cent today on now
Ford Roadster. Call Harney 1335.
1914 FORD touring car, excellent condition,
cheap. Phone South 3181
CUPE top for Overland roadster, model 83,
$76. Colfax 3880.
Automobiles Wanted.
WANTED Hupmobllea, 20 and 82's; must
be priced right; state condition. Add raw
Box 691. Ida Grove, la.
Auto Livery and Garages.
DON'T throw away old tires. We make one
new tire from 3 old ones and save you 60
pet cent. 2 In 1 Vulcanising Co., 1616 Dav
enport St., Omaha, Neb. Douglas 2914.
EXP1ART auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Garage, 2010 Harney
Bt Tyler 665.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
IEE ad in Sunday's Bee telling all about
our big tire sale. Duo Tire Co., 1611 Gal
ea go.
SEE us for bargains in standard makes,
Expert tire repairing. Zwlebel Bros., 2618
Farnam,
Auto Repairin g ana Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer. 210 N. 18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service and
prices right, 318 S. 19th St D. 7890.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
BARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains in usea macnine. victor noos, mi
Motorcycle Man." $703 Leavenworth.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Raymond J. Mayer and wife to Frank
H. Myers, southwest corner of
Forty-sixth and Dodge, 60x137.5..$ 1
Charlie H. Harper and wife to Ger
trude Stuhedrier, southeast corner
Forty-first and Lafayette, 40x150.. 2,200
Lewis M. Johnson and wife to KlUa-
both L. Kelly, southwest corner of
Frltchett and lddllng, Benson, 120
x300; northwest corner Frltchett and
, McCague, Benson, 240x300; south
west corner Frltchett and Mc
cague, Benson, 240x300; northwest
curner Frltchett and Main, Benson,
340x300 9,800
Christ Brown Pederson and wife to
Ouls A. Krummes, southwast cor
ner Fifty-fourth and Pierce, 132x
360
William G. Neckel nd wife to Frank
Novak and wife, Harrison, 200 feet
east of Twenty-third, north side,
60x122 1
Barker company to John A. Johns,
northwest corner Forty-third and
Pacific, 45x10$ 1
Howard H. Baldrldge and wife to Isl
dor Perlman, Twenty-sixth, 180 feet
south of N, east side, 60x160 6,000
10
Samson Issues His
Call for Horsemen
Will there be horsemen enough for
the Spanish cavalry, the calavcade of
French trappers, the frontiersmen and
pioneers who are to make up the his
torical parade- during the Ak-Sar-Ben
fall festival?
If there was any doubt at any time
that doubt is now dispelled. For Oscar
Lieben went to the South Side into
the stock yards district last Saturday
and in a few hours had signed up
ninety-seven men and horses to ride
in this big parade.
No, this is not yet enough men and
horses, not by any means. It is a
good start, however, and showed Ak-Sar-Ben
that there are still horses and
horsemen in Omaha in spite of the
cheapness of flivvers. Lieben took
the measure of the men for suits, so
that when they appear on the street
in the long parade, one group will be
Spaniards, one group will be French
men, another will be a group of trap
pers with fur caps, and so on down
the magnificent line. The costumes
are being made up now.
Woman Sues Because House
Entered During Her Absence
Suit for $5,000 damages has been
filed in district court by Mrs. Kris
tine Petersen, 1903 Vinton, against
John Mallett, Mary Mallett, Petrca
M. C. Jorgensen, Minnie Ray, H. J.
Neilsen, the American Bonding com
pany of Baltimore and Katie Olesen,
alleging that while absent from her
home on August 7 the defendants,
with the exception of representatives
of the bonding company, broke in and
entered her home, taking confiden
tial and personal papers. It is fur
ther charged that Police Officer Neil
sen, through his activity in the case,
has violated his bond and that de
fendants caused false statements to
be published in The Omaha Evening
Bee of August 10 concerning her dis
appearance. She declares that false
statements were made to several of
her creditors, among them being the
Singer Sewing Machine company, the
Central Mercantile company and the
Hartman Furniture company, causing
her sewing machine and other articles
on which she had made partial pay
ments to be removed from her home.
Personal property valued at $100 is
involved.
Barrett is Elected Grand
Trustee by the Eagles
"Elected grand trustee unanimous
ly" is the brief message contained in
a letter received from P. J. Barrett of
South Omaha by George S. Kennedy
in the offices of County Judge Craw
ford. Mr. Barrett was sent to the
grand lodge of the Fraternal Order
of Eagles at Savannah, Ga.
WOMAN IN TANGLE
WITH TWOHDSBANDS
Divorce Decree Set Aside When
She Marries for the Second
Time.
SON BY FIRST MARRIAGE
Two husbands, divorced from
neither a son, aged 5 years, by the
first marriage, a youthful mate of 19
uncertain as to his fate, and a much
married woman in a matrimonial
quandary this is the tangle skein
resulting from the setting aside of the
divorce decree of Mrs. Mary L. Am
bert by Judge Willis Sears in district
court this morning.
Here's the story of the hasty mar
riage and the possibilities for leisurely
repentance:
On May 12 Judge George A. Day
granted a divorce decree to Mrs. Am
bert when she charged her husband,
Albert B. Ainbert, with cruelty and
nonsupport.
She was warned at the time that
six months must elapse before she
would be allowed to marry again.
Son Not of Age. y
During the absence of Judge Day
on his vacation, the stepfather of
George Robinson, a swam of 19, ap
pealed first to Probation Officer
Miller and then to Judge Sears, com
plaining that his son had been to
Council Bluffs and became the hus
band of the divorced woman of 30
years.
The couple were married in the
towa city and when ample proof was
brought to the court, the decree was
immediately set aside.
The result: Mrs. Atnbert is the
legal wife of two husbands, both of
whom married her in good faith.
For more than four months, dur
ing the time she was seeking a di
vorce decree, Mrs. Ambert, with her
little son, Albert LeRoy, resided at
the home of J. R. Minter, 2719 Dewey
avenue.
Mrs. Ambert now lives it 323 South
Twenty-fourth street,
Dr, Connell Does Not
Think Marina Child
Had Dread Disease
"I am convinced that the 18-months-old
infant of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Marina, 1320J4 South Twentieth
street, did not die of infantile paraly
sis, but had an affection of the bowels
due to excessive use of ice and fruit
last Friday," stated Health Commis
sioner Connell this morning after he
had made a personal investigation ol
the case with City Bacteriologist
Langfeld. The child died early this
morning.
Dr. Connell added that he will,
however, exercise precautions to
cover any doubt there might be in
thp rAse. inasmuch as the attending
physician reported the case as infan
tile paralysis. He will quarantine
the Marina house for a reasonable
time. The neighbrohood is thickly
settled by families having many chil
dren and no chance will be taken by
the health officials.
Railroads Strive to Head
Off Shortage of Cars
Both freight and (raffle officials of
the railroads have united in their ef
forts to prevent a freight car shortage
and with the co-operation of shippers,
they hope to hold it to a condition
so that it will not be critical. It
is admitted that even now the short
age is acute in many localities and
if the present high prices on grain
continues, the worst isyet to come.
The Interstate Commerce commis
sion has gotten into the game and is
sending out circular letters to rail
road officials and extensive shippers
all over the west. The commission
urges upon shippers and consignees
the necessity of promptly releasing
cars by unloading quickly, and upon
railroads the necessity of getting the
cars back into the congested areas.
South Twenty-First Street
Made Restricted District
By a vote of five to two, the city
council committee of the whole us
tained a petition from property own
ers who asked that Twenty-first
street, Leavenworth to Pierce streets,
be legally declared a restricted dis
trict in which business places or barns
may not be established. It was stated
to the commissioners that a building
material company wants to erect a
barn on Twenty-first street. This mat
ter was before the council two years
ago. . ..
"A barn is not unhealthy, stated
Commissioner lardine.
"You would not vote to place a
barn up on Nob hill, would your
retorted Commissioner Butler.
Jardine smiled
Ambassador Sharp
And Daughter Home
New York, Aug. 21. William
Graves Sharp, American ambassador
to France, and Miss Margaret Sharp,
his daughter, were passengers on the
French liner Lafayette, which arrived
today from Bordeaux.
Another passenger was B. Rantoul
of the American ambulance corps,
who was decorated by the French
government for carrying wounded
from the first line trenches to the
rear on the western battlefield.
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
Frank W ' Judson Is dolnt' the golf links
at Harbor Point, Mich.
Byron G. Burbank has been vacationing
at Halifax, Nova Scotia. On his way he
attended the Hughes meeting In Detroit.
Emmet G. Botomon Is back from a motor
tour through Colorado and the Garden of
the Gods, taken with Mrs. Solomon and
their son,
City Commissioners George Parks and C.
H. Wlthnell have returned from their out
ings. Mr. Parks enjoyed an automobile
drlvo to Chicago and other polnte, and Mr.
Wlthnell went hunting and fishing in the
northwest country.
George Coupland, former University of
Nebraska regent, spending the season In
California, was one of an honorary recep
tion committee for the San Diego meeting
of the Pacific division of the American As
sociation for the Advancement of Science,
attended by many big educator! and scien
tists this month.
W. W. Johnston, assistant general freight
agent of the Burlington, is home from
Rochester, Minn., where he went to spend
the week-end with Mrs. Johnston, who has
been In a hospital there for an operation.
Mrs. Johnston Is getting along nicely, Im
proving rapidly, and will be able to return
home within a short time.
Grain Receipts Are
Heavy and Wheat is
Over a Cent Higher
Even with the heavy receipts, 272
carloads, the wheat market continued
strong, going up 1 to Vi cents per
bushel and selling at $1.41 and $1.49.
There was a good demand and every thing
was cleared up long before the
closing hour. Some of the biggest or
ders for wheat came from the Min
neapolis mills, large quantities being
taken for delivery during the next
few weeks.
Corn receipts were heavy for this
season of the year, there being 102
carloads on the market. For this
cereal the prices were slightly off,
sales being made at t!0 and H cents,
Vi to Hot a cent down from last
Saturday.
Oats followed corn and were down
Vi to ii of a cent, selling at 42 VS and
43J4. The receipts were 111 car
loads. Wheat in storage continues to in
crease, notwithstanding there is a
heavy outside demand. The excess
is more than 2,01X1,000, as compared
with the corresponding date of a year
ago.
The weekly figures on grain in stor
age now and last year are:
Now. Tear Abo.
Wheat J.OM.OOO 7t,000
Corn 131.000 177,000
Oale 399.000 88.000
Rye 4.000 1.000
Barley 17.000 8.000
Totals 1,634.000 811,000
The total increase amounts to 2,
338,000 bushels,
Swedish Singers
Forced to Trudge a
Long Distance
Ten weary members of the Swedish
Singing society, Norden, walked into
Florence at 1 o'clock in the morning,
after an enforced march from a road
near Horse Shoe lake, the hiking diS'
tance beine about fifteen miles.
The party went to the lake Sunday
morning for an outing, traveling in a
horse-drawn vehicle. One of the ani
mals was overcome by the heat and
was put up at a farmer's barn. ' On
the return trip the women were
hauled by the three horses still in
service and the men walked to fior
ence.
The hikers were: Walter Lund
quist, Emil Peterson, Francis Sieborg,
Oscar Anderson, Gottard Johnson,
Oscar Lundquist. Oscar Young, Mitus
Ericson, Olaf Anderson and Mrs.
Oscar Young.
"We tried to get rides on passing
automobiles, but I suppose the drivers
took us for a gang of bandits, because
they increased their speed when we
displayed the S, O. S. signal," stated
Mr. feterson.
Drove His Angora
Goats in Parade
Clifton Weston of 1835 South Fifty,
second street was the headliner Sun
dav evenini when he drove a team
of Angora goats in the lantern pa
rade at fclmwooa pars: piaygtounas.
He sat in a cart and carried an Ameri
can flag, upon which a group of boys
trained flashlights with good effect.
Fifty children participated in the pa
rade, which was a pleasing juvenile
spectacle.
The Elmwood lantern festivities
wers under the direction of May Tay
lor, supervisor of the playgrounds.
Carter Lake Club Wins
From Dietz Club Crew
The seventh annual interclub game
between the Dietc club and Carter
Lake club was won by the latter or
ganization by i score of 9 to 5, Sun
day. Weirich and Hunt made up the
battery for the victorious Carter
Lakers, while Anderson and Harris
worked for the Diets crew.
CITY AUTO KNOCKS
CYCLE RIDER DOWN
Sons of Commissioner Parks
Driving City Auto at Time
of the Accident.
BREAKS SHOULDER BLADE
After an autoist had knocked Paul
Anderson, 1327 South Twcnll-fifth
street, from his motorcycle at Twen
tieth and Leavenworth streets, Sunday
evening, he speeded away. Anderson
was picked up by pedestrians and car
ried to a near-by house, where Dr.
Schleier found that he had suffered a
broken shoulder blade and a disloca
tion of his left hip. He was taken to
his home.
Mr. Anderson stated that the num
ber of the license on the car was
"Neb. 84335," which number is car
ried on the new Buick machines re
cently purchased by the city for the
street cleaning department, under
Commissioner Parks.
Commissioner Pares said his sons,
Robert and Jim, city employes, had
the car out Sunday evening at the
time of the accident and he under
stands they were in the machine at
the time of the accident. He added
that he is making an investigation
s to the nature of the collision. ,
"My sons were taking some lan
terns down to the city asphalt plant
at the time," explained the commis
sioner. This machine is kept at the Holmes
Adkins garage in the South Side. The
superintendent of the garage said the
car was out all day Sunday, but he
was unable to state who took the
machine away. He added that vari
ous persons call for the car and he
pays little or no attention to who
takes the car.
AlWTRKMErSTS.
LAKE
MANAWA
Don't fail to hi th modern
soci.ty photodrama Monday
Evening;, August 21.
BERTHA KALICH
In
"SLANDER"
Fox Film Corporation.
Bathing. Boating, Dancing
and Other Attractions
Frew admission to park. lOe car far
from Omaha for aduttst purchase)
round-trip tickets for children, 15c
EMPRES
FALL GRAND OPENING TODAY
"OU3 EDWARD'S SCHOOL DAYS,"
-A Riot ol run ana jaufntar.
EDNA DREON, Talented Slnstai Comadhmn
HUdegarde. Lochman and Tommy Bonney,
. Omaha's Foramoat Juvenllo Artists.
ins. i nulla,
Comady Novolty Musical Act.
PHOTOPLAYS.
OMAHA'S FUN CENTER"
t&ntuFtli D,u' M,u- u-M-ot
jl7!lf,Cir Evon'ss, 1S-IB-SO-7SO
SAM HOWE US NEW SHOW
MUSICAL URLtlQUK
Dstnty la Hull, ine Lorette and big out. Brand
New Tramty, "A Wife in Kreiy Port.1' ran with
out alloy. Geo r wins State Ploturw, Affinity Betuty
Chorus. "Costleu Burletoue," it weather's .hot
Udies' Dime Matinee Week Day.
BASE BALL
OMAHA VS. TOPEKA
ROURKE PARK
AUOUST 22-U-14-U
FRIDAY, AUGUST 28 LADIES' DAY
(C.mes Called 3,11 X
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This la an ar of aatty New Senedles for Multitude of tils. But
uua ot thousands of sufferers from blood import
tics, remains witk the old reliable S.S.5. Its
reputation was won by merit none, ana
is retained by the same contin
uous icrrica to humanity.
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rtnrJtv ttl ft. S. 3. Is reeOsrniied ht all
erha hive t mites It anil received Its benefits and
recommended bv them to all sufferers from blood dls
esses. Rheumatism, Catarrh, Malaria, and many forms of Skin
Disease, are some of the blood's wont enemies but will sorely
give way to the iafluenco of S.S.S.
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