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THE BEEr- OMAHA, 5 THURSDAY, AUGUST : 31. 1918.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
lis, nth. 131 pr month, for. a te I'
. room otlaa- faclM north on Burl bi.
lot 10x131 ft; good location; hoos about
4 yun old; modern except heat, but win
nut In furnace tor sooa pony ai not eoei.
Thin FJNB barla (or thU location.
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY.
,15-11 City Nat'l Bank Bids. Douc 41.
l.ranm houu 1uit north of Dedce St,
en 13d St., and T-room houat juit south
of Farnam, on 3Sd. Both placw up-to-
4at 1r 0vcit particular. For runner in
, ALFRED THOMAS
S08 Firat Nat. Bk. Bid.
w I-r., aleapint; porch, oak and birch
fii.fih, buffet and boon ca, bwiti cu
tnr double floora. mirror doors guar
ntfl furnaea. Corbin hardwars, bat
mii.ri! and workmanship throughout,
South fronf, close In, close to car. Beat
buy In Omaha. Owner, Pout las 3 S3
.msT cnmnloted. atrlctly modern aaven
room house, located at Mth and California
Rta Has larre living room ' and dining
room finished in oak. Kitchen and four
bedrooms finished in birch and pine. If
ymi wnnt a good house that la built
rgiht, don't fall to aea tnia. can owner,
rtTTMDEE HaA-e a choice lot: will build ft
- home to your order. Fhone Benson r.
8. Trulllnger, builder of well built homea.
161S LINCOLN BLVD. 11-room house.
atrlctly modern, with hot water heat.
. Douglaa 1918.
. . BUY THIS PLACE
and make at least f BOO; the owner
-wmta to sell now and hai cut the
price of thla dandy &-room, all
' medern house; this house was built
four yeara ago and Is In good con
dition, hut a coat of paint would
add several hundred dollars to the
value; tchooKi store and car Una
are near; the yard la In fine condi
tion and a hedge along tha side
walk line: If you want to se a
house that la worth tha price, go
today to 48U N. 31at Ave.; remem- .
bar that this la a bargain buy.
CKEIGH. SONS & COMPANY,
60S Bee BIdg. Douglas 200.
' , SIX-ROOM
BtWGALOW JUST COMPLETED
Large living room, dining room and
. - kitchen on first floor; three . large bed
rooms and bath upstairs: oak finish and
oak floors throughout; built-in bookcases
. and buffet; full basement; . everything
eoniplete--- and up-to-date. Located a
; 8021 Nicholas Bt,eaey term.
SCOTT AND.HILL CO.,
Dob. lOOa. .frround Ft McCague Bldg.
KOUNTZE PLACE HOME.
Located en a beautiful corner, one block
from the car line: this ta a well built,
conveniently arranged, 2-atory house, with
8 good sUed rooms and a large sleeping
porch. Selected ork EiniiO ana iioors, rir
floor. Hot water heat. Fine lot, with
large shade trees; paved streets. ' Large
barn or garage. This place can be bought
for 9Mfl, though it's worth much more.
Bev us at once,, , ; '
GEORGE & COMPANY. "
. $100 CASH
As first payment on a 6 -room
2 story all modern house, large cor
ner lot. Price $3,000; only 1100 cash
and 2E per month. House la In best
-of shape and owner has Just moved
out. It'a a Teal bargain. Located
corner 29th and Rugglea St. Call
Red 1881. 614 Pazton Block.
$250 CASH, 129.76 per month, buys a classy
bungalow of 6 rooms and bath, strictly
modern, oak finish with - -oak floors
throughout; rooms all large, stair to aeo
ond floor; enamel and tile bath; guaran
teed fixtures; fine grade lighting fixtures;
rooms all nicely decorated; full basement;
? In W.earne Park. Price 88,100. eLt us
show you this bargain. . -
RASP BROS., DOUG. 1653.
' NEW BUNGALOW.
Five rooms, strictly modern, full bas
menr, furnace beat- oak finish and oak
-ftOQin, nicely-papered and latest lighting
. '-fixtures " Located 3823 North 16th St
l'l.ui! :t,10u Terms,
NORRIS 6Y.NORRIS. - -:
4,u0 Bea.Bidg. Pbon Douglaa 4970.
11,500 FOR A FIVB-ROOMED HOUSE
Only been built a few years; all modern
except heat; 8180 down; balance $15
monthly. Located at ill 10 Burdette St.
T6S Ornaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Phone D. 888.
, Cathedral district. Has ( rrice rooms
..3 down and 2 up; oak floors throughout
It's a . gem Now being completed at 2600
Webster St. Look it over. - -
WRIGHT a XoABBURT, D. 162. ,
4 AND - C-ROOM houses, good condition,
modern accept beat; lots adjoining. Sell
separate or together; occupy one and rent
inw outer, uoug. bsyj,
2410 CHARLES 8 rooms; bath, 118.
2412 Parker St., 8 rooms, toilet, 116.
JOHN N. FRENZER, Douglas 654.
KOLTNTZB PLACE restricted district real
dence for sale. F. V. Knlest, 2615 N. 18th.
MR. CHARLES WARE'S BEAUTI
9 NICE, LARGE ROOMS, DANDY
Large east front lot, shade, etc.; $1,000
pnco uuij o.vum ; wrrns. uwnar
has over $10,000 in this home. So many
; nlcej features. Beautifully decorated; ex
pensive fixture; arrangement of the house
garage; cemented floor; cost alone over
$1,000; fine cemented drive from street;
paving and all ipeclala paid; not m penny
against this property. Int. on deferred
payment, 0 per cent. You should see this
property to appreciate same. A chcce
location and a high-grade home. Let us
show you this.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha National Bank Bldg. I
Phone Doua. 1474. '
HANSCOM PARK BUNGALOW.
Firat time advertlaed. 6 -room, strictly
modern bungalow, 1 block south of Hans
corn park pn 32d St.; oak finish and oak
'floors throughout; has built-in bookcases,
colonnade openings and buffet, beam ceil
ings; paved street and paved alley; nice
garage. Thla la the greatest sacrifice
that baa ever been ottered In the way of
ft first-class bungalow. Set us at once.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Omaha National Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1781.
FIELD CLUB HOME.
A strictly modern home with t rooma,
bath and sleeping porch, oak finish and
every convenience. East front lot, 82x130
fret.- one-half block north of Wool worth
avenue and In the choicest part of tha
Field Club district. Price, $7,000.
. J. H. DUMOdNT CO.,
410-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Doug. 690.
Oak floors throughout, oak
finish' In living and din
ing rooms, large, light, 7
'' white " enamel bedrooms,
' ''- good ' location; . rest rioted
a -Id it Ion. A bargain at
13.1 r0. Easy terms.
BENSON ft CAR MICH A EL,
e2 Pax ton Block touglas 17S8.
i.N i-'Bbf HUNTS, INSURANCE $400"in
corn on price, $2,500, being 3 houses.
rooniS each near high school and
rrelghton collt-gt. Also few bungalows,
100 down, and 8 rooms, 8S& down, bal
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO
WB HAVM BUYERS FOR HOMES
WORTH THIS MONEY IN ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY. LIST TOUR PROPER
TY WITH U8 FOR RESULTS
O'NEIL'8 REAL ESTATE ft INS. AOCT.,
Brandsla Theater Bidg. Trier 1024.
NICE home in Han acorn PartiT cfoae " to
New St. Peter's church, new building.
Owner leaving city, must sell.
WRIGHT ft LASBURT, D. 152.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
$01 Pine St., T rmiu modT"
lsii So, ath St, ? ma. mod.
101 So. 21th St., 100 lot, $1,400
BERK A ft MUSIU D. 5I..
00x100 feet. 230 S. 7th St. $1,400.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
CHOICE EAST FRONT LOT
51ST AVE. AND FARNAM ST.
On top ef ridge; affording fine vtew
close to- new homes; in neighborhood
where values are tncreaalng rapidly. Lot
00x125 feet. Price $2,600. One of the very
best locations tn Dundee. Something
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Doug. T88. 002 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Affer looking at MINNS LUSA 800 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the beat
propoaltton on the market and they
backed their judgemnt by buying lots.
If YOU will come out today you will
unaer tana, why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
. Tyler 187.
. T42 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg,
t dandy vacant lota, l block to csr
una; ou to si.eoo cash for quick sal.
CALKINS ft CO..
Douglas 1818. City Natl. Bank Bldg
MINNE LUSA .Nice lot on Tltui Ave., near
!4th St.; ran be bought at a bargain
tnia lot must o aoio; see me quick, c,
Grlmmel, tit Om. Nat. Bnk. Bldg.
A FEW FINE BUILDING LOTS left In
Druid Hill. fZ.w down, 60c per welc
FIELD CLUB BARGAIN
Clear lot on Wooiworth, near 83d. Cheap
ii soia oy sept, m.
STEWART, 216 S. 17th St.
CLOSK TO TRACKAGE.
Bancroft and 20th, either under 01
level with viaduct; lots abutting on Bur
Ungton R. R., $650 to $1,000.
GEORGE O. WALLACE. 814 Keeltne.
A GOOD lot for 875.0.0. 6. mood lot
$75.00 each. Clua to a car line. ,'ll down
ana coc per wik. box S03B, Omaha Bee
REAL tSi ATE Suburban
One Acre in. Timber
Located one block from paved road and
free Jitney service; has running water and
fencedon two sides; situated tn Benson
Gardens Addition. Can be bought for
$800; $10 down and $10 per month. Phone
Tyler 50 and ask for Mr. Reed, Office
open evenings 7 till 0.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN. 114 HARNET ST.
Go out to Lynnwced today and see the
beautiful lota art are selling from $460 to
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone Doug. 892 ' 1507-8 W. O. W. Bide.
STAKT YOUR HOHt) IN BENSON I
BUY THIS LOTI
$10.00 down and $10.09 per month: price
2U60.O0: sis. 60x188; located on Locust
St, between Clark and Burnham, rot
far from school and car Una. Geo. R.
Wright. Bea of'lca. Omaha.
DUNDEE BRICK AND'STUCCO
The beet value In all Dundee. 8 rooms
and sleeping porch, attractive Inside and
out with all built-in features; extra large
fireplace. Has living room, dining room,
kitchen, den and breakfast room on the
first floor. Full lot, handy to -ear, pavrng
taxes alt paid. Muat be soldi at once at
tnia low price. ;
GLOVER & SPAIN, '
Douglu J62. au-20 City National.
6-ROOM bungalow In Dundoa. all atucco.
lor aala by owner, $4,760; brand new; $200
caan. balance 11k. rent. Box ,768, Boa.
6-ROOM realdonce, South Side, $1,00,; $6,
caan. oaianoa ,ia per niontn. uoug. ,12a.
Level Acre ;
, Running Water ,
$675.00 ! $10.00Down
Only H block macadam- road, free jit
ney, running water across rear, east front.
Balance payable $l0.00jier rumth. Ask
for Mr. Manvllle. Tyler 60.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN. 1814 HARNET ST.
$0 ACRES, 21 miles from Omaha, $100.00
per acre; terms; soma exchange. Arcnar
Realty, 680 granaeis Blag.
6.-A. Blk. ln Fairacres; new Brownelt Hall
district. C. J. Canan. McCague Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
GOOD farms, well improved, well located.
priced right, good terms, in Lyon county,
Minnesota, and vicinity. 80 miles from
the Iowa line In the best corn, olover
and alfalfa section of the state. Give full
particulars in your first letter aa to what
you nave ana wnai you warn.
LLEWELLYN ft SON,
- Marshall, Lyon Count-, Minn.
WANTlfil To exchange dealramo residence
properties in urana uiana. ana Nenraaka
lands all clear, wetf secured Drat mort
gage and easb. lor a good brick busi
ness property In a growing and weU es
tablished city to Nebraska. U. & Land
and Loan Company, Bos 004 Grand
ii-R, mod. residence; paving paid; want
e-r. moo. Bungalow aa nrat payment; bai
ance easy terms. Morgan. Doug. 4870.
REAL ESTATE B'net Pr'ty
FUR BALt tUxilt, taces thre streets;
near new Ford building; splendid manu
facturtna e1t Adrtr-'fia. B-411. Be.
REAL ESTATE Investments
, APARTMENT HOUSE SITE
$11,000 buys a south front lot 108 ft.
wide and 116 feet deep, on Jones Street
with alley on two sides. Just east of
24th; convenient to two car lines. We
have plans for a 2-story building, con
sisting off 46 two and three-room apart
ments, which could be built on this lot.
Must be sold at once.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Doug. 766. 902 City Nat. Bank Bldg,
NO MAN ever got rich on a salary. You
can invest a amau or large sum with
Home Builders, and you are guaranteed
7 pet. on your investment. Shares now
21.20 each. Safe, profitable investment.
HOME BUILDERS, INC..
ITth and Douglas. Phone Doug. B012.
VVJL1. CULKAX. Hit, Keellne Uldg.
Real ?"f.ate, ctly property, large ranches
REAL ESTATE Other Citie
ARE you looking for an almoat modern
houae and a few acres, just tha right
distance from town? If so, writ S. W.
Frans. Plattamouth.. Neb.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
A., sightly, (.2d and drover, $l,O0Q; 214
A., on paved at., iz.vou; A., &Sd and
Pacific, $2,000 cash. Doug. 2047.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 6 . and roomed houaa that
san be sold far 110 J cash; balance IIS
per moith; give complete description drat
, VV. FARNAM SIv(ITH & CO.,
1830 Fa mam St. Tel. Doug. 106
OUR specialty banditti gi property for &ut-of-
OALLAGI-IER A JNELSON, Omaha. Nab.
WANTED 100 HOUSES" TO RENT.
BEAVERS, T60 Omaha Nat. Bk. Doug. 2450.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
HAVE buyers lor a nal! houana and lota to
North omahk. Write 5052, Bea.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
NOW la the proper time for your birds to
anea leathers, "song and juouiting Food,
16c per box, ta what he neadu now, Max
Qeisler Bird Co.
Real Estate, Loanl,Mortgtc.
We ire ready at all times to
make loans on first-class city
. property and eastern Nebras
, ka farms. Rates on request.
CNITED STATES TRUST CO..
, 212 South 17th St. .
J PRR r-vwr at . . LJ' wr. '.il
residences in amounts 8S.000 up; alao farm
PETERS TRUST CO 1822 Farnam St.
$000 MORTGAO7rlng"f percent semT
ann.; secured by property valued at $2,100.
Talma g Loom ta Inv. Co., W. O. W, Bldg.
SHOPKN ft COM PANT.
OMAHA homea East Nebraska farma.
O'KEEFE REAL KSTATK M
1018 Omaha Natl. Phone Douglas tTlfc
MONEY to loan on improved farms and
ranch. W ala buy good farm mort
gage. Klok Inv. Co.. Om&ha.
RIVAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. MeOARRY,
KE KLINE B LDP, TEL. RED 4244.
REAL ESTATE loans. $ par ceaL
D. E. BUCK ft CO.,
01$ Omaha NatL Bank.
W. T. ORAHAU.
CITY and farm foan; 6. 5H, 0 per oent.
J. H. Dumont ft Co.. 418 Keelln Bldg.
MONEY on hind fnr fttv nA '
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
tvauonat Bank Bldg.
'AJM nd city loann, 6-6 H and 0 per cent
. x noninn. ienne Bing. uoug. 1S.
5 Dot MONEY HARRISON ft WORTON.
016 Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg.
FARM loans, 6 and per cent. t). 1707.
iQianq t irumPUH. 4g geo Blag.
ilOO to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Waad.
Wead Bldg. 18th and Farnam Bta.
Stocks and Bonds.
Our Nebraska farm
mortgage are not af
fected oy European wars
r panics. Amounta $400
to $20,000. We collect li
Interest and principal
free of charge; 10 years
in thai XTAKraaba
field without a loss Is onr record.
MAJKE INVESTMENT COM PANT,
01 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Neh.
Abstracts or TiUft
GnarantaOA Abetract Co. W can bring
VJUetlrtlliee down your abstract on
short notice. R. 7. Patterson Bldg. P. 1047.
Title, Guarantee and Abstract tV,
205 8. ITth Hf. rnnnil
Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co."
KEED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of
fice In 'Nebraska. 101 Brmrliii Tht
THE BEE charge for "Situation ads"" is
tower man any other form of advert etna
noi vnougn to cover tne cost or printing,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
ISO ACRES, well ImDroved farm: 1.0(10 har.
ing irmt trees; $1,600; eaay terms; 120
acres, well improved bottom farm; $20
sera; larma. J ones, Fetllgrew, Ark.
FARM For Bale; HO acres; lot loam soil
uncultivated; 17 miles east of Foreat
city, Ark.; price $30 per acre. SUn P.
Trotter, Rivarton, III.
Prosperity in Canada
s $900,000,000 In new wealth added In
116. Enormous crops and low taxation
made farmers rich. Wheat averara. 80.10
bushels per arre In Alberta, 28.76 bushels
per acre in sasKatchewan, ZS.60 buahels
per acre In Manitoba. Taxes average $24
and will not exceed $36 per quarter eec-
i.un, inciuae an taxes; no tax on
Improvements. Free schools and full re
ligious liberty, good climate, Oet your
farm boms from the Canadian Pacific
Railway. 20 years to pay. Good land
from $11 to $30 per acre; lrlgated lands
from $36, and the government gauranteet
your land and water ttttes. Balance, after
first payment, extended over nineteen
years, with interest at 6 ner cent: nrlvl-
ledga of paying in full any time. Before
una, payment , Decomes cm your larm
should have paid for Itself. We will lend
you- up to $2,000 In lmnrovements in cer
tain dlatrtcts, with no security other than
in jana itseir. particulars on request.
Ready-made farms for aale. Special easy
, terma. Loans for live stock. In defined
districts after one year's occupation under
certain conditions, we advanca cattla.
sheep and hogs to farmers up to a value
01 si, out, w want you; we can afford
to help you. We own the land; we want
the land cultivated. Our Interests arc
mutual. Buy direct and arat vnur farm
home from the CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY. Send for free book. : J. 8.
Dennis, assistant to the nrealdent. Cana
dian Pacific Railway, 83 Ninth Ave., Cal-
gary. Alberta, Canada.
FOR SALE Near Winnipeg, 800 acres finest
prairie; ready ror plow; all In same quar
ter; township, Including one quarter sec
tion good hay landi price $30 per acre;
easy terms; Torreos title. J. H. Stanger
ft Co., Lockport, Man.. Canada.
DON'T fall to join Nethaway's Colorado
ianq excursion on Sept. 3. Florence 228.
860 IOWA FARMS for sale or exchange, tn
juaciiBon ana union county, ia., from $60
to $126 per acre, Write tha F- L. Jones
Land Co., Craston, Iowa.
40, 80 OR 160 ACRES GOOD, HEAVY
soil, .well settled part of Todd county,
Minn., good roads, schools and churches;
price $16 to $20 per acre; terma $1.00 per
acre cash, balance $.Q0 par acre a year;
6,000 acres to select from. Agents wanted;
will make a low railroad rata to Inspect.
Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth .Bldg.. Min
FOR SALE or trade for land or live stock.
a 40 -acre dairy farm; close to town. All
fenced, good Improvements, at $33 an
acre. Address owner, Box 68, Willow
FOR SALE 280 acres, miles from Em
erson; nearly new 4-room house, new
barn 14x80, and other buildings; price
$96 per acre; $6,000 down, bal. long time
at 6 per cent; no agents. Dr. J. R. Tay
lor, Emerson. Neb.
LAND NEAR OMAHA FOR SALE.
6lVi A., very choice land, Juat N. W.
Benson. Belongs to bank. Must sell. A
bargain. See me for price and terma.
J. A. ABBOTT. 4 Patterson Blk.,City.
DOUGLAS COUNTY FARM.
300-acre farm, close Jo Waterloo, nearly
all in cultivation. Priced right. ,
WRIGHT ft LA8BURY, D. HI.
FOR SALE 100 acres near North Platte, In
cluding stock, crop and machinery. Prlo
$1,600. For particulars address
Himrn, North Platte, Neb.
KCrt SALE Beat largo body high grade
medium priced land In Nebraaka; very
little money required. C, Bradley, Wol
FARM for sale by owner; choice 220-aore
tarm; n. b. weo. ; nne improvements;
terms to suit. Address Y, 681 Bee.
100 AC, well improvad, one mile ot county
Hi UIW1I, fDTMHl, 9119.
THOS. W. CAMPBELL,
160 ACRES' i mile from town;' level, beat
of sou; good improvements. Pries $126.
W. T. Smith Co., 014 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
TOWN farm, 260 a., alfalfa valley land, ad
joining Hershey, Iseb., at $63. Write D.
C. Patteraon, Omaha, Neb.
30 ACRES of good farm land near Omaha.
price is rigou a. 1. nostwick ft Son, 800
South Dakota Lands.
DAIRY FOR SALE Two miles from town.
800 acres deeded land, 42 cows, 20 hnrsaa.
milking machine, cream separator, wugona,
farm machinery, auto dflivtry truck.
First dan trade. Muat sell because owner
ia with militia on Mexican border. Write,
;olt Btook Uatry. tint Spring), tinu'h Dnk.
Wisconsin Lanria. .
UPPER WISCONSIN test dairy and g"fn
era I crop state in the union, Rsttiara
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
eaay terma; excellent lands for siortc
raielng. Ask fur booklet to tin Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; aute acrta wanted.
If Intcrsated In fruit lai:d. ask foi book,
let on Apple Orchards. A1dra Land Com
mtsstonrr Soo Railway; Minneapolis, Minn.
GET llteratur r.nd maps on the cheapeat
good land In united 3ta(e.
PAKKR A TTLLOTBON.
18th and Uouglaa Sta.. Omaha Doug. 118$.
ACRbAGE " 6-A tracts 00 car Itne
Eaav terras. C. R Combs, 811 Brands La
Ibea. Bldg. Doug, 3910.
Horses Liv Stock Vehicles
WE ARE going to eloae out ur entire atoek
of wagons, teaming gears and harness at
biow manufacturers' oost; coma in a1
one and aa these bargains; nothing re
served. We have wagons and harnefs
to autt your particular needs. Don't you
tain you naa better iok?
JOHNSON DANFORTH CO.,
1538-81-tt North 18th St.
Wagon urnbraaJL00. .jy?!!.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
I passenger Ford touring oar.
1 1-A 4'Cylinder, 40 h. p. Cartercar,
equipped with electrto lights and atarter
extra ttr. with four praotically nw tires
en me ear; paint la A-l condition.
1 111 (cylinder 7-passenger Engr;
equipped with else trio lights and starter
1 4 -cylinder, $-paaaenger Xnterstat;
quipped with electric lights and starter.
1 1811 Chalmers Matr six, 0 h. p.,
l-paseenger, equipped with electric lights,
atarter; tires practically new.
All these oars In exceptionally good
condition ana win b sold at a bargain.
TOOZER.OERSPACHER MOTOR CO.,
Doug. 8 089.
3111-1J Farnam St.
AT YOUR PRICE.
1010 WIHya Knight, almoat new.
1018 Overland 8ix-S4 T, almost new.
1010 Overland 83 T, slightly uaed.
1818 Overland 7 roadster, almost new.
1010 Overland TO touring, almoat new.
1916 Maxwell light flv.
18I& Enger Six Touring, slightly used.
1015 Col Colonial Coup.
1018 Overland, cheap.
1018 Chalmers, cheap.
11 Partln Palmar, cheap.
I01S Overland, quick for cash.
Pope Hartford Racer, quick for cash.
118 Ford, open delivery. t
Meat of the can listed have starters
and electric lights. Prices from $100 up.
2047 Farnam St. Doug. 8190.
BEFORE you buy look these cars and prices
wvr. u win pay you wen.
Chalmers Roadster , ,,
I Overlands ....,
8tudebaker-l , ...$460
Cadillao .,...,,., , 160
Chevrolet Roadster . ..... . ISO
1916 Indian Motorcycle, good aa new. 176
C, W, FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
1216 Farnam. t Douglas 688.
I, AUTO INSURANCE
Ftr, Th.ft and Liability at lowat rat.a.
KILLT, ELLIS a, THOMPSON,
H13-14 City Wan Bank Bldg. IVim,
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2201 Farnam. Douglas 3310,
Ford Roadster , $176
Cole Touring ,, 660
)varland Touring $76
Bulck B 80 Roadster 428
BED Want-Ads GAINED 10,600 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained In first seven months. 191.
Good results at less
cost la the reason why.
FOR SALE 1014 -cylinder, 7-paaaanger
4 Moon, originally cost $2,160; has been run
- 8.000 miles; has all new tires and can
be bought very cheap. Call Harney 414.
WILL aell my Dodge touring car lit a
bargain; driven lees than three months;
must have the money to meet an obli
gation. Box 6471 Bee.
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY -O'BRIEN AUTO CO
1814-10-18 Farnam St.
1 SOUTH BEND lathe, 12-lnch swln
bed, full equipment, $200,
Regal underslung, $210 caan. '
Crosstown Garage, 816 S. 34th. D. 4441.
WB wilt trade you a new Ford" for your old
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO..
iOth and i Harney. Doug. 6261,
FOR SALS A tire rack, will hold 200 tires
displayed nicely, Omaha Garage, 2010
Ford touring oar and some cash for 1018
Overland. Ask for Mr. Farrar, 2047 Far
nam St, ,
WANTED -To buy a Ford tourtna oar. Ed
ward Haworth, Merchanta Hotel.
Auto Storage and Garages.
DON'T throw away old tlraa. We make on,
new Mr from I old onea and save yod S,
pet oent S in 1 Vuloanlalna Co., ItH Dmv
enport pt., umana, wep. uoutla, Wl.
SXPKRT auto repairing, '"aervloe oar al
waya ready." Omaha Garaffa, S01Q Hamay
Bt. Tyler SBB. -
Auto Repairing and Painting.
,100 reward for magnate . we can't repair.
uoiib repairea. uayaaorrer, lie pj. isth,
NEB. Auta Radiator Repair Sarvioe and
prtoea right. Ill 8. lltb St. D. :,.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
S5.000 STOCK of Penneylvanla tlree, guar
anteed ,,000 mllee, for eala at reduced
prlcea by Duo Tire Co., 1611 Chicago.
SEffl ua for bargains in atandard makea.
Export tire repairing. Swtebel Bros., SSlt
Motorcycle nd Bicycle"'""
HARI.Et-DAVIDSON MOTORfif CTSS. Bar
galna tn uaed maohlnaa. Victor Rooe, "The
Motorcycle Man." 3701 Leavenworth.
TWIN X with Preato-Ltta and good tire.
71. Webeter I01S.
NEARLY new I3S girl', bicycle, 120. Phone
IS 12 WORTH YOUR TIME TO
If so, w. have flaw income property
located in Wait Farnam district that
would not you 12 on $10,000. If you
hav. 12,000 and are interested, call
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY,
17th and Douglaa St. Omaha, Nab.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
John R. Wabater and wife to C. C.
Shlmar, Forty. flr.t street, lot feet
eouth of Dewey avenue, east aide,
S0al80 , 1,200
Cbarlea B. Gregory and wife to Jen
nie M. Shaffer, eoutheaat corner
Twenty-eeventh atreet and Dawey
avenue, 128x12, i
Orace D. Marsh and huaband to
Caroline A. I.undburg, Cuming
atret. 100 fet of of rifty-flrst
street, north side, I0xlS6
William H. Green and wife to Ed.
ward R. Wllaon, southeeat corner
Twenty-fifth avenue and Harney
atreet, 70x120 . , 22, SOO
Louisa Chester and husband to Thom
aa Laslo, Tenth atreet, 200 feet
soutn or Hickory street, west side,
C. Oeorge Carlberg and wife to Caro.
Una Madaen, southeaat corner Forty-ninth
and Rlondo streets, SS.Sx
Carolina L, Foppleton, trustse, to Ire-
naeua Rnuler at a!.. Korty-nlnth
street. 44.9 feet south of Blondo.
eaat aide, 44.0x130
Carolina L. Poppleton, trustee, to Tre-
, naaus Hbuler et al., Forty-tJ-.lrd
street, 40 feet south of Burt struct,
east aide. 40xl?s
Caroline L. Poppleton. trustee, to !;-
naeua Hbuler et al., . Forty-thlifl
street. SO feet south of Tt'.irt. street.
east side, 40x128
Arthur B. Tebblns and wife to l
vld B. Buck, Morton' avenue, Ktrt
son, 200 feet north of H'onrio
etreet, west side, COtISS
Hsrry Tavender (o iVrank Hr.lrllnc
Taylor atreet, 80 feet a,t of
Twenty-eighth struct, u-jrtli side.
David Buck and wife lo Arthur B.
Tebbene, Thirty. fifth ,iret, 2 31.4
feet auilth of Webster avenue, west
aide, Irregular, approximately 4lx
141 . .-, 5
Uleanora B. Bierbower lo Hurh Me-
t arrnry. northwest t-ornsr Thirty
eighth and liodge street..' HOxlSR 9.00ft
Albert H. Thomee and wife -to John
if. Batler. Ameo avenue. 269 feet
fssf t Forty. fifth street, north
United Real Estate and Truat com
pany to riaud K. peske, north
weat corner Fourteenth and Lfn
coin avenue. 6Sx9fi :
Barker company lo Oeorge T Lloyd.
iforiy-aevenin avenue, i,,t. rt
north of Military avenue, east side,
The Secret &
By E. Alexander Powell
AiHhar .1 Tka Cad ( Ik. Trail," TibUn, la Fl.nd.ra - Th. It... ta Gkry," "Vh la
Frana," ate. - C.pytllbl, Ida, ,r E. Alu4ar fawall.
- V v. SynopiU.
Ueuttaant - Jarvl, Hop rporta flndlnira
on tha inventton ot Dr. Ralph Murk. On
th. trial trip of 111. invftntor'a boat a Jap
anM. h.lpar la aurpri.td tn th. act of xam
inin( th. mc h.ni.m Att.mpt to buiiiar -
laa Burk.'a laboratory tat!; latar hla
ttauthtor Clao finda him murdr.d In hla
bodroom. CIo aalla h.r fath.r'a Pooka; ah.
flnda a not. from vhloh. ah. Ivarna thay
oontalit sacral formula. Olca Ivanoff and
Oorald Morion, aplt, In arch of formula,
attaraiit to captur. Ck.o. Hopa ruah.a to hr
aid. Hop. and rtoo c..n, and attand bal!
at Mra. llmafa. whoaa n.ph.w haa two ;
mtsaint hooka. Mahlin. a ary, aitampta to j
an laland. Aft.r a vlolam atorm Hop. and ! Signal. Hope, who had Come pre
CIo arrlvo on alrano l,land and dlai uv.r p;,rt(J f;,r trradiery, whirled ahaut
man thay hunt la tliar.. Mthlln and Jap. r.nlrknr.a of thoucht Nor
.n alo roach lh. l,tand. Thay cai "n ,ne t4IVck"r,'V0' "" lor
from Hopo, but laluin and dynamlt. n,a.v.as lie an instant too soon, tor, not
hack. Hop. and Um n.anana It, tch i a pac t; was ?itSlllna, ill his Up
SanJ.boro. h.r. Dr. O.on l.a on of ih. J d . A fe p
booka. Ho arran,ea to Jn.t Hi.p. at tho
hotal with book. Movton tmaaa n. t.p.
and but for an oarthQu.ka would hav ioa
awad tha volum.. Cleo la eavtu-.d by
Morton and takon to chin In tha mountain,.
Hho flnda tharo book for which thoy aoarcll.
Kortunatoly aha sta not to ttopa, who,
with Hook, atarla to roaeua. Aa ha roaa
cha.m on awlnalnt cabla Mahlin atoala up
and chop, at cable with an at. Hook ap
para In tlma to aava Hon.. Ho raach.a
tha othar alda and I, rold by Cloo; ah
awoara har lova to him Thay ara tollowad
by Mahlin and Jap, who atiampi io amnap
Clao, Sho ,wln,a haraolf ovar tha canyon.
Olita and Uorton ,r. dah4 to oarth In an
aaroplana. Hopa and Clao ara pullad from
'lutcksanda by Hook ana a rapTm.
tin and SaKuma ara callad bafora tha Blank
C.unctl. On tha track of another ,
thay nd tha ownar haa 10,1 u. nop. -
calvaa a lattor dcmandlg hi mama,. o
,lrl who claim, ha compromlMd har. He
la forced to comply oy o.u.....
h. I.arne It la a plot to rop. him In. Ho t,
latar aummoned to Wa.hltlto. Morton
and Ola ara cared far by a rancher, who
warn, them afaln.t Carlllo tha bandit.
Thay venture too far from th. ranch and
ara captured by tha oullawa. Carlllo oftara
Morton hla freedom tor ranaom. w..
one of tho booka In the cabin, one aiua
Carlllo and eacapa,. but Morton take, the
book from her and Iteea. Hope learn, that
Oleo la the daurhter and hair of Calvin
Montgomery, Oerald Morton a uncle. He
flnda har In Sacramento. OIa Iracea Mor
ton to hla room, where one coniron..
An ettempt to kill him endo in her death
at hla handa. Clao la kidnaped trom me
hotel, while Hopa I, away.
(Contlnned From YaabardaT.)
For an hour Hope sat lost in
thought. He made tip his mind mat.
in order to ensure Cleo'i aafety, he
must see the adventure through alone.
nt h. had formulated a blan which,
he hoped, would, secure Ceo' release
without tne necessity ot qivuibui
No neighborhood in San Francisco
has a more evil reputation than Pa
nuco street. No. 1121 Hope found
was a narrow, four-story building
which, in days long passed, had evi
dently been a resident of consider
able pretension, but which had now
fallen into a sad state pi negicct aim
disrepute. As Hope ascended the
steps, there came, from an areaway
across the street, a shrill whistle,
twice repeated. The kidnapers) were
on the watch and the two whistles
were a signal to those within that he
was unaccompanied. Swinging open
the door, Hope found himself in such
inky blackness that he had to strike a
match in order to find the stairway.
Lighting his way with matches, Hope
cautiously ascended three flights of
stairs. The room he was seeking was
evidently on the tftp floor of the
house. Drawine out hit pistol, he
cocked it. replaced it in his right-hand
pocket, and then, as bidden in tne let
ter, gave four brisk raps en the door
on the lett, wnicn instantly swung
open. In the doorway, hia face light
ed by the lamp that he held above
his head, was Mahlin.
"Ha," said Hope, recogniiing his
former antagonist. "I rather sus
pected it was you I had to deal with.
Where's your Jap side-partner?"
"Just behind you," replied Mahlin,
ana Hope, listening, heard on the
stairs the footfalls of a person stealth
ily ascending. A moment, later Sat
suma joined them. -(
"Come in," said Mahlin briskly. .
"Now," - said Mahlin brusquely,
when Satsuina had closed the door,
"we've no time to waste, so let's get
down to business. Did you bring
"Yes," replied Hope. .
HERE'S CHANCE TO
PIGKUP S5 HOTE
Read Thursday Bee and find
Out How to Earn One of
Six Cash Prizes.
ROBERT MANLEY TO JUDGE
Would you pick up ?3 or even $1?
Well, there is a little plan brewing
by which you will have the opportu
nity to do that very thing. Money
is not so plentiful but what any of
us would be interested in doing a
thing like that.
Readers of the Omaha Bee know
a good thing when they see it. They
read The Bee carefully and they know
the good things there are in it. It is
not often that a publication handa its
readers cold cash for being able to
pick out good things and saying why
they ire good, but The Bee is going
to do it this time.
Thursday The Bee will contain an
outline of just how its readers can
select the best thing of a certain kind
and by telling why it is the best, pick
up one of six cash prizes. No special
skill will be required merely a little
judgment on the part of Bee readers.
It will be on the square, because Rob
ert H. Mahlcy, commissioner of the
Omaha Commercial club, is going to
be , the judge and tell . The Bee to
whom to hand the cash.
Fight is Resumed :
For the Estate jof
Mrs. Henry Peters
On complaint of Margaret Sonear,
adopted daughter of Henry and Hen
rietta 1'eiers, me estate 01 mc iatc ,
Henrietta Peters, pioneer fortune tell-;
er, has again heen coitrtsted, Mrs. ;
Soneuc jiking that a receiver be ap-'
pointed, that sho he awarded one-third'!
of tlte tate and -that -Henry Peters.'
her sistrr, Loring. aii'i County Judge ,
riryer Cvawtord be enjoined' from i
tlrawin," any l'undi or disposing of !
piopcrty oi tjic Peters cslaic. !
'1 he petition, as.ierls tha. when f ,
yeur old Margaret nonear and net
sister, I. aura, were adopted by the
Peters family from the Christian
) "Good-let'j see it."
Not quite so fast, my friend, re
plied the officer, "vou don't get the
book until Miss Burke has been re
leased.'" Miss Burke will be released as
, s00n as you hand over the book." de'
clared Mahhn. "On my honor."
"You haven't any," sneered Hope.
"I ifitcnd to keep the book until you
release Miss Burke. I don't have to
trust yon and I'm not Rising to."
"If you don't handover the book
I'll take it." snarled Mahlin, and
rr.isf.1 his hand as though giving a
with 0:f ltglitningir.e decision ot a
trained boxer, launched an uppercut
which taught the Japanese squarely
on the point of the jaw. X'nder the
teriiic impact of the blow Satsuma's
head snapped hack as though his neck
was broken, reeling backward, his
legs struck the low wiiulowsill and,
too dared to save himself from
Hope's impact, he plunged outward
and downward to the atone-paved
court, four slories below. So quickly
did it occur that before Mahlin fully
realiied what had happened Hope was
again facing him and he was looking
into the muzrle of the other's weapon.
"Hands up," ordered Hope curtly,
and Mahlin, recogniiing the futility
of resistance, sullenly obeyed.
"I am pressed for time," said Hope,
taking out his watch, "so I can only
give you three minutes in which to de
cide whether you are going to tell me
where Miss Burke Is.' '
"Will you let me go if I tell you
where the girl is?" asked Mahlin, vis
ibly weakened. "Will you give me
your word not to turn nie over to the
"If Miss Burke is unharmed I shall
not mention your name to the police
but if you've injured a hair
of her head I'll send you to San Quen
tin for life."
"You hold the winning hand,"
growled Mahlin, capitulating. "Do
you know where Suisun bay is?"
"On the south shore, about half
way between Martinet and Cornwall,
there's an abandoned pier. At the
end of it there's an old storehouse.
She's in there."
Picking his way down the stairs in
the darkness, Hope gave a sigh of
relief as the door of the empty house
closed behind him and he found him
self in the open air again. Hastening
to the nearest drug store he tele
phoned for a touring car, stipulating
that the driver must be familiar with
the roads leading to Suisun bay. He
stopped at the hotel to pick up the
anxious Hook. ...
To reach the bay by motor ia no
easy matter, for the roads leading to
it are b ut little, used, so it lacked only
a few tninutes to midnight when the
driver brought his car to a stop at
the shore-end of the rambshackle pier,
which Mahlin had described.
Inserting in the padlock the key he
had obtained from Mahlin, Hope
pushed open the.door.,,
"Cleo," he called anxiously. "Cleo.
Are you there? It's Hope."
But to his summons there was no
answer. Cleo was gone.- Suddenly
Hook, who waa advancing slowly
with the match sheltered in his cup
ped palm, gave an exclamation and
stopped dead. Had he taken another
steo he would have plunged through
an open trap door in the floor of the
storehouse into the waters ot the bay,
which gurgled and lapped the timbers
of the pier ..only- a tew feet below.
That someone had : recently gone
through that trapdoor was all too evi
dent, for on the floor beside it, as
though tossed there hastily, lay a
woman's hat, a pair of high-heeled
satin slippers and an evening coat.
"Come, he said at last, pulling
himself together. "We've no time to
lose, i He may have escaped already.
Home orphanage in Council Bluffs.
Their names at that time were Merva
and Laura Calvert. Notice of the
adoption was not filed in Pottawat
tamie county at the time, but, Mrs.
Sonear alleges, she was orally inform
ed that she was entitled to one-third
of the estate in case of the death of
either Henry or Hentietta Peters.
Between the date of her adoption in
1903 until her marriage at the age of
20 years "thousands of little services
were performed for Henrietta Peters."
The petition further states that dur
ing her declining years the defendants
in the action caused Mrs. Peters to
make two wills, the name of Margaret
Sonear being forgotten in the draw
ing of the second will.
Property at 2453 South Eighteenth
street, 2451 South Eighteenth street,
2454 South Eighteenth street and
about $8,000 is involved.. The hearing
in the will cases will be called before
judge Crawford September 2.
Rome Miller to Give Ball
For the Nebraska Editors
One of the features of the enter
tainment which Omaha will offer to
the members of the Nebraska Press
association when it meets here next
week will be a ball tendered by Rome
Miller, proprietor of the Rdtne hotel.
The bail room of the hotel will be
specially decorated in honor of thej
cuuui a. -
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
:" "- FOR. --
I Bit !NG!?AV1Nv DtrflTWENT
I rtiow TYUR I00O I
ill eWlt-PIK. OMAHA J
MORE PAY FOR HIGH
Proposal to Increase Salaries
of 125 Instructors to Be j
Placed Before Board. I
AVER WAGES ARE TOO LO
A proposal to increase the salaries)
of 1.'5 teachers of the three publia
high schools will be placed before tha
Board of Education at an early date.
Members of the teactjers' committee
who have this matter in hand are not
ready to announce the details, but
they are convinced that high school
teachers should receive more pay.
Regular high school teachers now
receive from $800 to $1,200 a year,
with a maximum of $1,300 for men
teachers. Those in charge of depart
ments receive as high as $1,550
The average paid to Omaha high
school teachers is $300 less a year
than is being paid in Des Moines and
is less than many cities of Omaha's
Accept Better Offers.
The teachers' committee feels thai
if Omaha is to retain its best high
school teachers more pay must be al
lowed. Each year for about six years
several experienced teachers have re
signed from the high school to go
elsewhere for more salary.
"Omaha's high school teachers are
among the lowest paid in the coun
try. They are not receiving as much
as they were paid here twenty-five
years ago," stated member of the
Frank Young Badly
Hurt When His Auto
Hits Telephone Polo
Frank Young. 4697 Marcy street,
was severely Injured Tuesday when
an automobile he was driving crash
ed into a telephone pole at Twenty)
ninth snd Leavenworth streets.
Mr. Young was driving up Legm
enworth street when he looked back
to see if a rear tire was punctured,
As he did so the ear swerved and be
fore he could prevent it, crashed into
a telephone pole.
The car was almost demolished and
It was the broken glass of the wind
shield that resulted in Mr. Young's
most serious injuries. One hand was
so badly cut that twenty-five stitches
were necessary and the tendons had
to be sewed together, His fsce and
head were cut and his knee badly
bruised. ? 1 '
After the crash Mr. Young stepped
from the demolished car and then fell
unconscious. He remembers nothing
of the accident. - ,-. ,
Dr, Dorward Dies
On Train Coming
Dr. W. N. Dorward, a prominent
dentist in Omaha for twenty-five
years, died at 6 o'clock Wednesday
morning at Worthington, Minn,, while
on a train on which he was returning
to Omaha from Rochester, Minn,
where he has. been taking the Maya
treatment for the last three weeks.
Mr, Dorward, had been ill for the
last six months.' List April he began
to take the Mayo treatment. He had
made four trips to Rochester since
that month. ' ' '
- Mra, Dorward was witti him when'
he died and is. bringing the body to
Omaha, - She -arrived at 10:30 last
night. ':i.VT '' "! ' ,- ; ,
Dr. Dorward was 54 years of age
He is survived by his wife, one son,
Joseph J. of Witten S. D.; one daugh
ter, Mrs, Lois Nichols of El Paso,
111., and one sister, Mrs. W. H. North
Steals Number trom One Car
And Puts it on Another
That crime is perverse is evidenced
by the recent activities of an automo
bile thief. A neighbor of R. C Paters,
3421 Dodge atreet, surprised a mis
creant stealing the license number
from the tatter's car and gave chase
without success. Later M. Smith's
machine was stolen from in front of
his home at Twentieth and Paul
streets. Smith's car was recovered it
Twentieth and Paul streets with
Peter's number on it. '.
Can Your Cld.
Dr. Xlns'a Naw Dlacovary win curs yea
cold. It' t, mnttMptlo and eoothtnt, kills
th eol4 sernts. All Srusslat,. Adv. '
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