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THE BEe) OMAHA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 24. 1916.
FOR RENT HOUSES
STRICTLY modern, flve-roora bungalow;
lerge 60x116 Mit front lot, all sodded,
with Just enough shrubbery to make
nicfl aettlnf for thU cosy bungs low
home; one block jto oar; a nice street;
level lot, and best location : decorated
throughout with high trade papers and In
tasty designs; you cannot' And a more
Inviting and homelike little bungalow; It
will not disappoint you; , the lot would
cost T00; the house cannot he built for
less than S2.&00, making an actual value
only $9,200; for quick sale I can offer
at only $3,-1-1 1, and can make you very
easy terms; tnveetlgats this quickly; see
If my values are not right; Its a real
buy; this ad will appear until August 36.
if not sold by that time will be with
drawn. Phone Benson 121, evenings. V.
r-ROOM cottage, .close In; newly painted
and redecorated. Flret Trust Company.
16 DOUGLAS, I rms.. steam neat 3l."oo7
FOR RENT Ap't and FUU
Park Ave., Jackson St; choice l-rm.
high class apt, Oct 1; reference. C.
B. Moser. Wslnut 17M.
21 ST AND HOWARD STS. .
Two 6-room brick flats, beautifully deco
rated; strictly modern; reasonable rent
For keys call Douglas 80T or Tyler 1616.
THREE rooms and bath, "near 3611 Bar
ney. Very desirable. Only IS! Ernest
Bweet New Hamilton, D. 1471.
. RRM AdL. T rooms. S2S: neer nostof
I k n P at.hhlna. 110 Hhlcase.
? C.I. A TR.. 24th -and Harn-av. 2 and 4-room
apartments. Call Harney 647.
1110 NO. 23D 4-r. flat; steel range, gas
stove, kttchen cabinet, water pd.; $16.
RASP BROS., DOUG. 1668.
FOR RENT Business PrVty
VERY desirable suites of rooms In Wead
Bids;, and Baldrlge Bids;., .now available
at reasonable rental. F. D. Wead, Wead
BIdg. D. 171.
2006 N. 20TH Suitable confectionery, dry
goods, etc., living rms. rear. D. 1151.
MODERN store, near postoflice, $60 per mo.
O. P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
CHOICE office space. Balrd bldg.,
Douglas McCague Inv. Co.
Offices and Desk Room.
SPLENDID modern offices In the Rose
Building, lth and Farnam. Some front
ing on 16th street, with very valuable,
sign space on windows, tt your present
fiuafters are not Juat what you. require
look at these up-to-date offices:
Armstrong-Walsh Company, Agents,
Tyler .536. Rose Bldg., 16th and Farnam.'
DESIRABLE office rooms In the remod e led
Crounse Block, 119 N. 16th St. (opposite
post&ffice), $10 to 116 per. month. Conrad
Young, S23 Brandels Theater. Doug. 1671
OFFICE room with phone and reoept'on
room for lady. P, 386. Omaha Bee.
AUGUST RENT FREE.
H3.K0 6-r. flat, newly decorated, all
modern except heat. 2226 N. 20th St
H. A. WOLF,
614 Ware Blk. Doug. 8068.
MILLIARD parlor; location 16th and How
ard; basement Wright & Lasbury. D. 162.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Separate locked rooms, for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
802 S. 16th 4Dt. Douglas 4168.
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart- ,
ments; also for storage, moving.
16th and JacKion bis.
tllobe Van and Storage Co.
For real moving service try us. Large
I -horse padded vans., Storage ft month.
Satisfaction. ffoaranteed. We move you
QUICKER, CHEAPER AND SAFER,,
Phone Tyler 180 or Douglas 4838,
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and raov- :
tag. 211 N. llth St Phone '
Douglas 394. ' .y, -
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
. STORAGE CO.
Careful attention given to orders tot
moving, packing or storage; office set Rey
mond Furniture Co., 1511 and 1616 How
Maggard- -VlV?? -tSSS.
van ana tHorags uo. jhuyih.
storage and shipping. Phone Doug. 14H.
v Tt T71 T71 T Rtnrmi Co. Uovlnv
, packing and storage.
1237 Farnam. St, Douglas 6148. .
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
3625 CALIFORNIA ST.
A new, attractive wall -built house; lot
514 ft. frontage: nver some of the bist
homos in Omaha and In the Cathedral
district; large living room, fireplace, at
tractive dining room, with built-in buffet;
convenient kitchen and four bedrooms;
h 1 1 oiik floor and the very best of con
st rut lion throughout. Price, 16,600.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
902 City NatlfrttAl JBank Bldg.,
Phone Iwug. 766.
JUST completed, strictly modern seven
ruOm house, located at 84th and Califor
nia Sts. Has large living room and din
ing room finished "In oak.' Kitchen -and
four bejlrooms finished In birch and pine.
If you want a good house that is built
right, don't- fall to see this. Call owner.
Cathedral district Has i nice rooms
?, down and 3 up; oak floors throughout.
It's a gem. Now being completed at 3500
Webster St. Look It over.
WRIGHT & jLASBURY. D. 162.
55 IS LINCOLN BLVD. 11 -room house,
strictly modern, , with hot water heat.
ui . .-.- HLVl -ll-room oouae.
iriniv ni(n1ni wttb . hot water beat
I town a !MM
MILLER PARK BUNGALOWS.
We have the following listed:
S565 Laurel Avenue, 6 rooms and bath.
2567 Laurel Avenue, 6 rooms and bath.
25?8 Laurel Avenue, 6 rooms and bath.
2G15 Crown Point Avenue, 6 rooms and
bath. , -
26S6 Crown Point Avenue, 6 rooms and
All of theae bungalows have the fol
lowing features; Bullt-ln buffet, book
raae and colonnade openings. Oak floors
and oak finish thorughout Paved street
Full cement basement Floored attlo.
All new Oi nearly new. Prices range
from 13,200 to. $4,200. -Any of these can
be handled from 1300 to $1,600. When can
you see themT
PAYNE INVESTMENT, CO
Omaha Nat Bit. Bldg. Doug. 1711.
BEMIS PARK BARGAIN.
I fi. 000 am Lafayette Ave. A
very well-built, 9 -room, strict
ly all modern home; hot water
heat; lot, 60x146, with driveway
and garage for two cars; the
house cost better than $1,000
to build; owner has' left the
city and is offering at a big
sacrifce; house now vacant and
- open for Inspeelon at any -time ;
terms reasonable, '
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3eT 11 1- City National.
Five rooms, strictly modem, full base
ment furnace heat oak finish and oak
fioors, nicely papered and latest lighting
fixtures Located 8923 North 26th St.
nice 3,10u Terms.
NORRIS & NORRIS.
100 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 42TO.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Living room, dining room, kitchen, two
bea rooms ana bath, all on one floor;
barn and chicken house; close to oar line
and stores; located 4006 North, llth 8t;
(200 cash balance $18 per month. ,
SCOTT AND HILL CO.,
Doug. 1009. Ground Fir. MoCafus Bldg.
Buys a 4-room, brand new cottage, on
16th and Ames Ave.; walking distance
to 24th St. car barn; t blk. to car and
paved street; will take a small cash pay
ment down, or might tak some trade
balance monthly; let. me show you.
W. S. FRANK, ,
201 NEVILLE BLK. f.
BUNGALOW JUST COMPLETED
Large living room, dining room and
kitchen on first floor; three large bod
rooms and bath upstairs: oak Anlah and
oak floors throughout; built-in bookcases
and buffet; full basement; everything
complete and up-to-date. Located at
zuzi mcnoia Bt; easy terns, ;
SCOTT AND HILL CO.,
Doug. lOOt. Ground Fir. McCague Bldg.
$1,600 DOWN, BALANCE! MONTHLY.
rooms. Strictly modern home. Near
lotn 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. Thla Is a bar
gain. Seeing la believing. When can you
PATNB INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Omaha Nat'! Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1781.
BUNGALOW of 6 rooms and bath. Just fin
ished; strictly modern and up-to-date In
every way; oak finish; built-in cupboards
high-grade fixtures; full basement; fur
nace heat; choice south front lot; two
Dl ocKs from car; price tor quick sale,
$2,960; about $200 cash, balance monthly;
or a lot aa first payment.
RASP BROS., DOUG. 1461.
FINE BUNGALOW. -On
Plnckney street, west of llth St
Quarter sawed oak, full south front lot
W. H. GATES,
047 Omaha Natl. Bnk. Bldg. D. 1294.
6-R.. ALL mod. stucco bunsalow and aar-
age on full lot; 2 blocks to car line; $606
casn. oaiance like rent. uoug. Z81.
FOK SALE Dandy corner lot: modern. 5
room cottage; garage; $100 down; $30
month. Doug. 8751.
k-oiiNTZh' PI.A(I0 restricted district resi
dence rot -tale W V Knlraf 'RIB N lth.
FOR SALE 60x126, two cottages, at 2616
Patrick Ave.; leaving city; will sell cheap.
WANT A HOME THAT WILL
MAKE YOU MONEY?-
See that 6-r. mod. cottage and beauti
ful shady cor. lot (room for t houses) at
24th and Oak. ' Paving all paid; on car
line and not far out. Only $2,466; very
Good 6-r. mod. ex. heat; shady lawn;
near 16th and Corby; 'bargain at $1,760;
easy terms. No encumbrance. Will take
6 or 7-r. mod. home and pay cash dif
M'KITRICK R. E. CO. D. 1482, Ty. J140-J.
Field Club Home
A strictly modern home with I rooms,
bath and sleeping porch, oak finish and
every convenience. East front lot 62x138
feet, one-half block north of Woolworth
avenue and In the-chelcest part of the
Field club district. Price $7,000.
J. H. Dumont & Co.,
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone poug. 690.
$100 CASH, $17.50 PER MO.
Will buy a' dandy B-r. .cottage; all mod.;
: furnace heat; house not new, but In good
repair; newly papered; nice lot; 1 blk, to
East Side Park oar; .price cut to $1,700;
cheap at $2,100; let us show yoU this
HASP BROS. Doug. 1862.
NEAR .2 1ST AND MASON,
A ' splendid location; and you can -buy
this 6-room, all modern cottage, paving
all -paid, for z,40Q; $600' cash, balanoe
monthly payments; St Peter's new
church site one block away.
P. J. TBB3ENS COMPANY,
60S Omaha National. Phono D. 2163.
NICE home in, Hanscora Park, close to
new St. Peter's church, new ' building.
Owner leaving city, musi sell. ;
WRIGHT ft LASBURY. D. 161.
7-ROOM house, modern except heat; ce
ment walks and garage; good lot; cheap
at $2,300. 4744 a 13th St' Douglas 2819.
801 Pine St., 7 rms., mod.
1316 So. 8th St, 7 rms., mod.
1916 So. 29th St., 100 lot, $1,(00.
BERKA ft MUSfL, p. 6967..
SURE ONE BARGAIN.
S nice large rooms, on one floor, strictly
modern, brick foundation, $300 down, only
$a,400 and $20 month; large front and
back porches, used for sleeping porches;
full cemented, light basement best fur
nace; electric light, gas, bath, good plumb-
, lng; extra large lot, nice garage, beau
tiful shade, shrubbery; block to car line.
Don't pass this by. Call
OSBORNE, 701 Om, Tiat. Bk. Doug. 1474.
Oak floors throughout oak
'finish In living and din
ing rooms, large, light,
white enamej bedrooms;- '
good location;' ' restricted
addition. A bargain at
- $3,160. Easy terms.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL.
142 Paxton Block. Douglas 1T2I,
New 7-r., sleeping .porch, oak and birch
flntahi buffet and book, cases, beam cell,
lng, double floors, mirror doors, guar
anteed furnace, Corbln hardware, best
material and workmanship throughout.
South front, close In, close to1 car. Best
buy In Omaha. Owner, Douglas 162.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMES
WORTH THE MONEY IN ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY. LIST TOUR PROPER
TY WITH US FOR RESULTS.
O'NEILS REAL EST ATS, ft INS. AGCY.,
Brandels Theater Bldg Tyler 1024.
INVESTMENTS AND INSURANCE $400
rent 2 houses, walking distance to P. O.
for $2,600, (house tost $8,600), Couple
bungalows, $800 and balance easy. Also
i r. house, $96 and $9 per month.
- 'CHAS. ID, WILLIAMSON ft CO.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
MAKE SOME MONEY.
''Buy this lot on Military Avenue and
build a small apartment house, or a
tore with flats and you will have an
Investment that will bring good net In
come. The owner of thess lots wants
cash for his equity or will take the
equity in 'a house. See If we can not get
together and make a deal. These lots
are on the east side of Military Avenue,
just south of Patrick Avenue. .
CREIGH, SONS & COMPANY,
608 Bee Building. Douglas 200.
THE BEST LOTS IN OMAHA
PRICES AND TERMS.
$396 to $491.
$10 Down, 16 Per, Month. "
Located close In, West Farnam district;
near car line; sewer, sidewalks, water and
gas. They are real bargains. - ,
SHULER & CARY, -, "
Dongla. 60H. , IQi" Klln BU,
. A(t.r looklnc t MINNS LCSA 100 ill
frnf buyer, decided tht It wu th. bait
proposition on th. market - Mid they
backed OMlr Judgment, by buying lots.
If YOU will com. out today yoq will
undaratand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO..
Hi Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg.
I dandy vacant lots, Uj block to -oar
Una; cut to $1,000 cub for quick sale.
CALKINS ft CO..
Douglas till. City Natl. Bank Bldg
X FEW FINE DU1LD1NO LOTS left In
Druid Hill. $2-00 down, BOO per wewk,
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
FIELD CLUB VACANT.
11.000 Sxl!0 f.et: fine lot. 8. E. corner
37th and Meson Bts. ; all Improve
ments In and fine big shade treea
11,000471110 feet; adjoins ebove on
, . south: th.ee are tlpe lote; will
sell on easy terms. Oet busy.
D. V. SHOLES CO.,'
Douglas 49. 916 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
A OOOD lot for $76.00. 6 good lots for
t?6.00 each. CIom to a car line. $1 down
. and 60c psrlweek. Boa 6036, Omaha Bae
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Go out to Lynnwctd today and see the
beautiful lota we are selling from 146-9 to
A. P. TUKEV & SON,
Phone Doug. 69!. 160T-6 W. O. W. Bldg.
START TOUR HOME IN BENSON I
BUT THIS LOT I
619.M down end $10.09 per month; price
$1600' else. Ittitll; located on Locust
St.. net ween Clark and Burn bam. tot
far from school and car Una Geo. R
wrirht Bet- otice. omans
OR SALE Five Improved acres ; $ 406
yearly profit bealdes your living. Mra
Pallas. 69$fl Mc Kin ley, Benson.
THOROUGHLY modern brick and stucco
home In Dundee: living room, dining room
and kitchen downstairs; three bedrooms
and sleeping porch upstairs; bulIMn buf
fet, bookcases, fireplace, etc.; oak floors
throughout; oak woodwork downstairs;
white enamel and mahognay npstalra. For
sale by owner, who built IKfor a home.
Call Walnut 1141. "
14 ACRES. 63d and O rover; most sightly;
12,600; acres on car, $1,000, and $100 lott
south of Dundee. D. 1947.
6-ROOM bungalow In Dundee, all stucco,
for sale by owner. $1,760; brand new;
$60 cash, $40 per month. Boi 4766, Bee
IMPROVED FLORENCE ACREAGE. ,
About acres with house, barn and
fruit, fronting on SOth street a little north
of Minns Lusa addition. Price $7,600 on
easy terms. Fine for subdivision or closs-ln
gardening and fruit growing.
JOHN W. ROBBIN8. 1S08 FARNAM ST.
6-ROOM residence. South Side, $1,600; $60
cash, balance $16 per month. Doug. BI26.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
WANTED To exchange dealrsMe residence
properties In Grand Island, and Nebraska
ilands all clear, well secured flrat mort
gages and cash, tor a good brick busi
ness property in a gmwtng and well ea
tabllsbed city in Nebraska. U. & Land
arfd Loan Company, Bos 604 Grand
I -land Neb
GOOD farms, wert improved, well located,
priced right, good terms. In Lyon county,
MlnneRota, 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 aa to what
you nave and what you want.
LLEWELLYN A 8QN.
Marshall, Lyon County, Minn,
WE HAVE a few flrst-class apartment
buildings to be exchanged for 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.
Hastings Heyden, 1614 'Harney.
BEH Want-Ada GAINED 19,699 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained In first seven months 1916.
Oiod reaults at less
cost Is the' reason why.
1I-R. mod. residence; paving paid; , want
6-r mod. bungalow as first payment; bal
ance easy terms. Morgan. Doug. 417t.
HOTlSL and furniture at Dallas, 8. 57
exchange D M01 Toland A Trumbull
A FINE Investment; lot worth $300, tor
auto. Box 1266, Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE Investments
66 FEET ON DOUGLAS.
Located between 80th and 14th. Am
Ideal location for family hotel or club
house, . For price; and terms oall
, HI ATT COMPANY,.
J46-T-9 OmAht, Nat Bk. Tyler 19.
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
HOME BUILDERS, INC.,
17th and Douglas. Phone D. 6013.
WE HAVE something out of the ordinary
In an Investment of $1,600.00 In nsw Oma
ha property that will net you 11 pot Call
pouglaa 6011, Home Builders, and let us
Southwest corner 14th hnd Chicago, 4
modern houses; rental $1,160 per year;
GEORGE G. WALLACE, 614 Keeline.
VM. COLFAX. TOO Keeline Bldg.
Real s?tate, otty property, large ranches
t,r . v pecllJ'.-
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
TRACKAGE Fine siTe on B. M. B. B. i else
96x1,6' can be bought cheap. C. A.
Orlmmel, 8,1 Ora. Nat. Bnk. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'nes Prty
KuK bA LK 2 64X1 in. Causa throe streets;
near oew Ford building; splendid roanu-fat-turlng
site Addreaa. B-411. Boo,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, and -roomed housea that
3an be sold for $10tf cash; balanoe $16
per month; give complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1120 Farnam St Tel. Doug. 1064
OUR specialty handling property for out-of-town
GALLAGHER ft NELSON, Omaha, Neb.
HAVE buyers for S-nafI houses and lots In
North Omaha. Write 6061. Bee.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages. '
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
MONET TO IO AN ON
Apartment house, double brtok houoea.
single bouses, business property and farm
lands at I per oent, 6H per cent 6 pr at
W. H. THOMAS,
111 Keeline Bldg. Douglas 1641.
6 PER CUNT to I per oent on beat class olty
residences in amounts $1,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS ThUST (jO.. till Farnam St
$"l,l60. MORTGAGE bearing 6 per cent semT
ann.; secured by property valued at $8,466.
Talmoge-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg,
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED!
THOS. L. McGARRy,
KB SUN B BLDG. TEL. RED 4144,
SHOPEN ft COMPANY,
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O KEEPE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1014 Omaha Natl. Phone Pouglaa 1711.
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages, juoae inv. co.. umaha.
REAL ESTATE loans, I par oeat
D. B. BUCK ft CO.,
911 Omaha Natl. Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM,
CITY and farm loans,. 6H,
6 ner cent.
J. H, Dumont Co., 414 K-aeUna Bldg.
MONE T on ha n d for ci ty a nd"--farm
loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
NatL Hank Bldg.
C riM MONET HARRISON ft MORTON.
916 Omaha Nat). Bank Bdg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
wead Bldg. ldth and r'arnam Vts.
Stocks and Bonds.
Our Nebraska farm
mortgagea are not af
fected y European ware
or panic. Amounts 1404
io ixu.uup. we collect an
Inlereat and principal
free of charge; SO yeara
in the Nebraska farm
field without a lose Is cur record
KLOKE INVESTMENT COM PANT,
491 Omaha Nat. Hank llldr. umaha. Net
Abstracts o Title
fllinranr-P-O Abtrct Co. We can bring
OUdlalll-CC down your abstract on
short notice. R. 1. Patterson Bldg. D. 1947.
Title, Guarantee and Abstract Cu.,
IVeil o 8, 17th St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTR ACT 'CO.7 oldest abstract' of'-
floe In Nebraska. 104 Brandels Theater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Colorado land eicurstons, expenses paid.
C. L. Nethaway. Florence. Neb. Florence 11.
44, 10 OR 140 ACRES OOOD, HBAVT
ell, well settled part of Todd county,
Minn., good roads, schools and' churches;
price $16 to $20 per acre; terms $1.00 per
acre cash, balance $4.00 per acre a year;
6,000 acres to select from. A rents wanted;
will make a low railroad rate to Inapeot.
Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth Bldg., Mln
. Iowa Lands.
SS0 IOWA FARMS for aale or exchange, in
Madison and Union County, la., from $60
to $116 per acre. Write the P. L. Jones
Land Co.. Creston, Iowa.
frOR SALE--160. nice, amooth land ; 1 Si
miles from railroad; 40 acres broken; no
otnVr Improvements; only $17.60 per. acre;
liberal terms; what can you pay down 7
F. De Clark, 409 St. Mary St., Pekln, III.
LAND NEAR OMAHA FOR SALE.
66 A. very choice land juat N. W.
Benson. Belonga to bank. Muat sell. A
bargain. See me for price and terma.
J. A. ABBOTT. 4 Patteraon Blk., City.
FOR SALE The northeast quarter of sec
tion eight, township thirteen, range seven.
In Merrick county, Nebraska. Price $6 per
arfre. J, R. Collins. Owner, $661 Farnam
St., Omaha. Neb.
DOUGLAS COUNTY FARM.
200 -acre farm close to Waterloo, nearly
all In cultivation. Priced right.
WRIG HT ft LA S U Ult T . D.U 1 .
FOR. SALE Best larsi body high Tirade
medium priced land In Nebraska; vary
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
640-ACRE well Improved farm, Kimball Co,
Price, 1 crope of wheat delivered. Write
W, T. Young, Sr., Kimball, Nrb.
160 AC, well Improved, one mile of eounty
seat town, east Nebraska, $116.
THOS. W. CAMPBELL.
' Keeline Bldg.
$0 ACRES of good farm land near Omaha.
Price Is right. & P. Bostwlck ft Son. 104
UPPER WISCONSIN Bust dairy and gen
eral crop state In the union. Settlers
1 wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms; excellent lands for stock
raising. Ask for booklet 36 on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; state acres wanted.
If Interested In fruit lands, ask for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land Com
missioner Boo Railway, Minneapolis, Minn.
GET literature and maps on the cheapest
good land In United Btates.
BAKER ft TILLOTSON,
llth and Pouglaa Bts., Omaha. Doug. 1111.
SECTION, near the Black Hills, partly
Improved, good farming or grazing land;
good water. Box 6246, Bee,
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FARM AND REAL ESTATE JOTJRNAL,
ACREAGE to 6-A. tracts on oar line.
Easy terma. C. R. Combs, III Brandels
Thea. Bldg. Doug. 1916.
Horsei Live Stock Vehicles
6NB black" hearse, rubber-tired, horse.
drawn, practically new. Address T-446,
FRESH cow ftr sale. 1114 0. 46th. Wal
Wagon umbrellas, $1.00. Wagner, 801 N. 16th.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
NOW is the proper time for your birds to
iima iwiiiirii qui IB "i aio ui ving ooo,
16o per box, Is what he needs now. Max
Oslsler Bird Co.
BELGIAN HARES (mm, old $6 pair, I
mos. old, $3. Walnut 3030. 1006 N. 61st St.
FLEMISH GIANT rabbit a for sale. Ed
Hason, 107 Woolworth Ave.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
BEFORE you buy look thess oars and prices
over. It will pay you well;
Btudsbaksr-4 ' $460
Cadlllao - 160
Chevrolet Roadster 160
. 1116 Indian Motorcycle, good aa new. 176
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
1216 Farnam. Douglas 111,
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
1209 Farnam. Douglas 1114.
Ford Roadstsr $176
Cole Touring 660
Overland Touring 276
Bulck B 16 Roadster 416
6-PASSENGER, $0 h. p. auto; $200 cash,
or payments. 1111 Leavenworth St
Fir and theft Insurance on new Fords.
KILLT. ELLIS A THOMPSON,
tll-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1811.
Must sell all our second-hand automo
biles within 10 days. We have several
makes and are giving better values than
1629-11-88 N. llth St
OVERLAND six $964
Overland light five $466
Bulck light five $64
Maxwell light five $176
Pope-Hartford racer $406
1047 Farnam Bt. Doug. ttt9.
OVERLAND-" car, engine ;ust bel ng ever
hauled and car In good condition. Bargain
for $226. See car at George Williams, 609
N. 2 2d St.
BEE Want-Ads GAINED 19,699 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained In flrat seven months, 1114.
Good results at leaa
coat Is the reason why.
LEAVING city this week, will sacrifice my
mi uaatuac, -pass. touring car, In
perfect mechanical condition and looks
like a brand new . car. Call Zlegisr,
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY-O'BRIEN AUTO CO,
1814-16-18 Farnam Bt
WE will trade you a new Ford for your old
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
10th and Harney. poug. 6161.
FOR SALE Cadillac speedster; juat over
hauled and In fine running condition
Price $296. Phone Douglas 2981. Harold
Schoelkops, 613 Paxton Blk.
Crosstown- Garage, 816 & 14th. Doug. 4441.
13-m. south bevel lathe, with extra
equipment, cost $186, for sale at ?200.
1116 6-PASS. Overland, fine condition, rare
bargain. Colfax 1710.
COUPE top for Overland roadster, model It,
7. uo i rax sasu.
WANTEll To iuy, at once, good auto
standard make not later than 1914
modal, Bulck six or four preferred. Write
Box 426. Havelock, Neb., before Saturday.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Auto Livery and Garages.
DON'T throw away old tires. We make one
new tire from 1 old ones and save you 60
pet cent. 1 in 1 VuU'antatng Co., 1616 Dav
enport St., Omaha, Neb. Douglas 1914.
EXPERT auto repairing, '."service car al
wji ready." Omaha Uarage, 1010 Harney
Ut ' Tula. KUK
Auto Tires and Supplies
SK ad In Sunday's Bee telling all about
our big tire aale. Duo Tire Co., 1611 Cnl
SEE us for bargain In standard makeo.
Expert tire repairing. Zwlebel Bros.. 1611
Auto Repairing ana Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Col la repaired. Bayadorter. 110 N. 18th.
NEB. Auto Ranlator Repair Service and
prices right. 218 S. llth St D. 7390. ,
Motorcycles and Bicycles
gains in uaed maohlnea. Victor Roos. "The
Motorcycle Man." 1708 Leavenworth.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
David E. Butk and wife "to Charlea "
1. Stone, Twenty-alxth avenue, 60
feet south of Sprague, east side,
86x100 $ 1
Hat tie B. Wilson and husband to J.
M. Talrott, Laurel avenue, 107 feet
weat of Twenty-fourth street, south
side, 4F.X130 4,000
August Waldemer and wife to Winter
Bylea, Lincoln avenue, 47 feet weat
of Thirty-fourth street south side,
474x90 .' 1
Wilson M. Reed and wife to Cecelia
W. Jewell, southwest corner Six
teenth and Madison. 40x101.$ 1
Charles W. Martin and wife to Mar
garet A. Clark, Newport street, 216
feet east of Twenty-eighth avenue,
south side. 44x130
Wtlaon H. Reed and wife to Albert
H. Rldgeway. Spalding atreet, 111. 7
feet east of Twenty -aeventh street,
north aide, 40x116
Lynn M. Colson to Irene M. Wakefield,
northeast corner Lucas and Clarke
stroeta, Renaon, 100x13ft
Charles W. Haller. executor at el., to
8ilwyn Doherty. Twenty-eighth
atreet, 119 feet south of Leavenworth
atreet, west side, 66x140
Anna 61. lh and husband to John
RUhop, northweat corner Forty-third
and Burdtte atreets. 60x120
Nina L. Loom la and husband to Elisa
beth K. Baymllter, Redtrk avenue,
2A3.6 feet east of Thirtieth atreet,
north aide, 42x120
1'harl. (1, Ta Image and wife to Mary
L. Griffith. Davenport atreet, 200 feet
weat of Ftirly-nlnth street, north
Dora Horn and husband to Anna F.
Vernon, a-outhnaat corner Twenty
flrat and Hurt streets. 3xlS!
David D. Haney and wife to Emma
La It ner, southeast corner Twenty
first and T streets. 40x100
Mellsea Gould to Culver H, Conk, Forty-first
atreet, 165 feet aouth of
Dewey avenue, east side, 26x130....
Weeton A. Eddy and wife to Maude
Hhlpherd, northweat corner Forty
fourth and Half-Howard, 60ili0.56..
Weaton A. Kddy and wife to Lloyd C.
Newcomb, Half-Howard, 60 feet weat
of Forty-fourth street, north side,
Weaton A, Eddy and wife to Neva
fihlpherd, Half-Howard. 150 feet
weal of Forty-fourth street, north
Weaton A. Eddy and wife to Charlea
M. Hlghsmlth. Half-Howard atreet,
800 feet weat of Forty-Fourth street,
north side, 60x117
WILL TRADE FOR A FARM
r",Av. , A-" ' -
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NEW EVANSTON HOME IN DUNDEE
OVERLOOKING FAIRACRES, ELMWOOD PARK AND HAPPY HOLLOW
The house contains 7 rooms and sleeping porch, also R attle rooms. First floor Is
oak finish throughout, with oak floors. Second floor white enamel and birch, . Tiled
bath room and tiled veatibule. French doors between living and dining rooms. High
grade mill work, with built-in eablnets In kitchen, hss refrigerator room, fall base
ment, hot air furnace, fully equipped laundry room, toilet Lot 60x186 feet Prise
$12,000. Will trade for farm in eastern Nebraska, western Iowa or South Dakota,
FOR TERMS SEE OWNER, CHAS. ELY,
S364 Harney Street. Omaha.
The Secret the Submarine
By E. Alexander Powell
Antliar .1 "Ths End .1 th. Trail," "Flihtlns la Flsiulsrs," -The Read t Oler,. "Vhw h
ri-ane.,- na, v-epjrrif-itea, iwio, or u. Aleunaar roweu.
FOURTEENTH INSTALLMENT I him much of the time in the troplci,
he accepted the offer. Mra. Burke
died a few yeara after Qeo'a adoption,
but Dr. Burke kept his promiae to
hia old friend and brought up the
child. Bivintr her hia own name. Mr.
Montgomery wad a man who waa
extremely reticent concerning hia pri
vate affairs, ao it was only upon hia
will being opened that it became
known that he waa the father of the
young woman known aa Geo Burke
and that she inherited his entire for
tune. As I waa Mr. MontKomery'a
.legal adviser and am one of the
executors of his will, I came to Cali
fornia to satisfy myself as to Miss
Burke'a identity to apprise her of
her good fortune, tor it la acarcely
necessary to aay that ahe ia a very
rich young woman. And, from all
I have been able to learn about her,
a very Deautitul and charming one.
Though I have utiliied every ooaai-
ble means to locate her, and have
even put a private detective agency
on the case, I have thua far been
wholly unsuccessful. I only trust, Mr
Hope, that you will meet with better
"I shall give un evervthinc else In
order to find her," aaid Hope. "You
.-an be sure of that. By the way, Mr.
Johnstone, who would inherit Mr.
Montgomery's fortune if if," and his
voice trembled, "if anything should
nave Happened to his daughter?
Gerald Morton," said the lawyer, and
Hope fancied that in his tone waa a
note of dislike.
"Gerald Morton I" Hope exclaimed.
"That explaina a good many things
that have puzzled me," and he related
to the deeply interested lawyers how
Morton had kidnaped Geo and im
prisoned her in the cabin on the ledge
and of his attempt to intimidate her
into marrying him. He s a danger
ous fellow," he concluded.
"Yes," agreed Johnstone. "He had
a bad reputation when he lived in
New York, He was concerned in sev
eral unsavory affairs. Do you think
that he is responsible for Miss Mont
gomery s disappearance?
"If he has harmed her. 'said Hnn,
savagely, "he will never live to en
joy nis unciea millions.
4 . ,
During the next three days Hope
scarc-ieu ine city as with a hne-tooth
comb. He inserted advertisements in
tne papers, he appealed to the police,
he scrutinized the registers of hotels,
he interviewed the keener, of
ing houses, he even visited the sa
loons along the waterfront which
Hook had been accustomed to fre
quent, but without getting a trace of
the two of whom he wai in search.
On the morning of the fourth day,
glancing from the window of his ho
tel, he noticed that the streets were
packed with people, whom the police
were energtically pushing back so as
to form a broad lane of asphalt.
"What's going on today?" he list
lessly inquired of the waiter who was
serving his breakfast. "Circus in
"Preparedness parade, sir,H the
man answered. "Hadn't you heard
about it, sir? They says there's go
ing to be 30,000 in line."
Lieutenant Jarvis Hope Is detailed by ths
Tint ted States naval board to Investlffate
and report f Iodines on the Invention of Dr.
Kalph Burke, which serves to brlnv the
submarines to a state of perfection. On the
trial trip of the Inventors boat Japaness
helper Is surprised In the act of examining
me mecnamsm. Hops reports ravoraDiy on
the new device but thara Mra others Inter
ested In It. Attempt to bunlariae Burke's
laboratory falls ; later his daughter Cleo
finds him murdered In his bedroom. Cleo
sells her father's books; she finds a note
from which she learns they contain secret
fcrmula. Olfa Ivanoft and Herald Morton,
spies In search of formula, attempt to cap
ture Cleo when she comes for books to
Stephanskl, ths anarohlst Hope rushes to
her aid; Morton shoots but bullet hits a
Demo in ceuar, which explodes. Hope and
Cleo ssraps and attend ball at Mrs. Del
mar's, whose nephew has two missing books.
Mahlln, a spy, attempts to steal books; In
solteraent that follows books disappear.
Mahlln escapes Hope and Cleo take boat
for an lSiand out in the hav. Mahlln and
the Jap turn out the Island light After a
v.wimn nmrra nope ana uiea arrive on
strange Island and discover man they hunt
Is there. Mahlln and Japaness also reach
the Island They escape from Hops but
return and dynamite the shack. Hope and
Cleo manage to teach flandaboro, where Dr.
Owen has one of the books. He arranges to
meet Hooe at the hotel with book. Morton
poses aa Hope and but for an earthquake
would have possessed the volume. Cleo Is
ci-pturod by Morton and token to eabln In
the mountains. Bhe finds there books for
v.hlch they search, tortunately she gets
M, i w nope, wno, wiin hook, iiarm 10
rtscus. As he crosses oh asm In swinging
basket Mahlln steals up and chops at cable
with an ax. Hook aoneara In time ta uva
Hope He reaches ths other side and Is
greeieo py uieo; sne swears her love to him.
Ihey are followed by Mahlln and Jap who
attempt to kidnap Cleo. She swings herself
over the oanyon Olga and Morion are
aasneo to eartn in an aeroplane.. Hope and
Cleo are pulled from qulckaandi by Hook
and a grape vine. Mahlln and Batsuma ars
called before the Black Council. On ths
track of another book, they And the owner
has loat It. Hope receives a letter demand
ing his marriage to a girl who claims he
compromised her, He Is forced to comply
by Cleo Accidentally he learns It Is a plot
to rope mm in. us is later summoned to
(Continued From yesterday.)
Consumed with anxiety, he hurried
back to San Francisco and, going
straight to the palace hotel, sent up
his card to Mr. Johnstone. The
lawver. a white-haired, ruddy-faced
ofd gentleman, immediately received
him. To this deeply interesting audi
tor the young officer told briefly of
the mission on which he had origin
ally come to California, of his ac
quaintance with Dr. Burke, of his
friendship with and love for Cleo, of
their long search for the mysterious
formula, and of her mysterious dis
"It is quite evident, Mr. Hope,"
said the lawyer, when the recital was
finished, "that you are as -anxious to
find Miss Burke as I am though,"
and he smiled, "for somewhat dif
"I speak of her as Miss Burke," he
added, "but her real name is Miss
"Miss Montgomery!" exclaimed
Hope incredulously. "What on earth
do you mean?"
"The young woman for whom we
are both looking," said the lawyer
quietly, "is not the daughter of Dr.
Ralph Burke, as she and, indeed,
everyone else, supposed. Her father
was the late Calvin Montgomery."
"Not the New York financier?"
gasped Hope, unable to credit the evi
dence of his ears.
"The same," said Johnstone. "It
seems," he continued, "that Mra
MontKomerv died when Cleo was
born, whereupon Dr. and Mrs. Burke,
who were old irienas oi the
Montgomery's, offered to adopt the
child and bring it up as their own.
Mtv Montgomery was a poor man in
those days, and, as his business kept
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
Indigestion Bad Breath, Scar Rtomaeh.
If you suffsr any of these take a dose
of Dr. King's New Life Pills tonight Only
26. AH druggists. Ad vert! ss meat.
Over Under Bonds '
of Five Thousand
Charlrs E. Stockdale, driver of th .
automobile that killed Mrs. ' C. G.
Cunningham Thursday afternoon, ap
peared in police court and waived
preliminary examination on the
charge of manslaughter. He was
bound over to the district court un
der $5,000 bond.
Bad Couth? Peverlshr Grlpprf r
Th,.e attiTie'ntR weaken your system, don't
wait. .Use Dr. n.Us Plne-Tar-Honey. It '
allays Inflammation, kllla germs. 25a. All '.
cmiiieLe change of fruvram Today.
Popular Vsudeviil. ,t Popular Prices.
Out-of-town visitors "Welcome."
A trip to Omaha ia not complete
without a call at our popular
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION t
A Biograph W. Griffith pro
duction "Temporary Truth"
Featuring the idol of Photo- ,
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Dally Mats., l.2-0 '
SAM HOWE VS NEW SHOW
ptlnty Br Mull, Dee Lortstu mhI Ihi ort. Brawl
New TruMly. "A Wife in F.W? Port. ' un friUh
om alloy. (eoriua Rtaie pictures. Affinity Beauty
I'litirun. "riatlp Burl-wiue," If wrathur'a loi-
Ladies' Dime Matinee Week Days.
Suniluy, iMatlnae end Week: KdmonU Hftytw
In "Home Show,"
THE BEST OF VAUDEVILLE
Sunday, August 27
With a Bill of Striking Excellence.
Seats Now on Sale.
VIVIAN MARTIN, hi
"THE STRONGER LOVE."
10c ADMISSION ALWAYS 10c
MB 1 1? P FOUR PERFORM.
Mutt and J.ff Cartoon.
UTH AVE. AND FARNAM.
JACK LONDON'S FAMOUS STORY
"THE SEA WOLF"
HOB ART BOS WORTH
In Sevan Greet Reds.
OMAHA VS. TOPEKA
ROURKE PARK '
FRIDAY, AUGUST 28 LADIES' DAY
(Qemee Called 3.18)
Bw Seats at Barlularw Brae.
A Mitchell In good condi
tion, only slightly dam
aged by fire. Worth
200, will sell for $700.
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