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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1916.
MOVING AND STORAGE
jrlobe Van and Storage Co.
For ml moving service try urn. Larf
t-hnrM padded vans. Storage, 11 month,
flat.nraction guaranteed. We move you
QUICKER. CHEAPER AND SAFER.
Phone Tyier zso or i-oumai an.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
GORDON VAN COT
Picking, itorav tind mof
Ing 31 N. 11th St. Phone
Douglai 594 or Webiter U99.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Careful attention given to orders for
moving, packing or storage; of floe at Rey
mond Furniture Co., HI nd 161ft How
ard St Phone D. 6684.
Van and two men
1.16 per hour.
Van and Storage Co. Moving, packing.
lorage and ahlpplng. Phone txnig. 1 4 II
Jp "D XTT? Expreas Co. Moving.
, j, IxEjEjU packing and storage.
1807 FamaTB 8t Douglas ei.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
rtriptlt modern, five-room bungalow,
large 60x136 east front lot, all aodded,
with Just enough shrubbery to make a
nice setting for this cosy bungalow
home. One block to car, a nice street,
level lot, and best location. Decorated
throughout with high grade papers and In
tasty designs; you cannot Una a more in
viting and homelike little bungalow. H
will not disappoint you. The lot would
cost $700. The house cannot be built for
. less than 12,500, making an actual value
only 13,200. For quick sale I can offer at
- only $2,686, and can make you very easy
termd. Investigate this quickly. See if
my values are not right. It's a real buy.
This ad will appear until August 26. If
not sold by that time win do wiinarawn
Phone Benson 122, evenings. F. 8. Trul-linger.
Cosy home, Bemls Park
district; $ rooms; strictly
modern; south front; paving
all paid for; would consider
auto as part payment. Call
NEAR CREIGHTON -OLLEGE.
$4,250 Seven-room, strictly alt modern
home; full two-story ana attic; oea
rooms: house in excellent condition; or
the boulevard, near California; easily
worth $5,000 ; easy terms can be ar
ranged; a real sacrifice for quick aale.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
m-20 City National
161- I.IN.' U-N BLVD. ll-ruom nouae.
- strictly modern, with hot water heat
DO YOU WANT A NICE HOME
NEAR MILLER PARK?
Located at 14 20 Crown Point, half ft
block west of the North 24th etreet car,
outh front, full 2-story stucco houBe,
with asphalt shingle roof, large living
room with fireplace, beam ceilings, urr
from living room, connected by double
French doors is ft nice large sun room,
colonnade opening In dining room with a
beautiful built-in buffet, all hand work.
Above buffet and finished across top Is a
good sized mirror. Above this mirror are
two leaded stained glass windows, that
give a very artistic effect and coxy feeling
In dining room. Kitchen la all white
enamel with built-in cabinet, work. AH
of downstairs finished In best grade of
oak with oak finishings, i good large
bedroom on the 2d floor and 1 small
room that can be used for sewing room or
any other purpose. Bath room has very
elaborate fixtures, all of upstairs haa oak
floors with white enamel finishing and
mahogany doors. Good stucco garage, de
signed same as house, with cement drive
way to street. This Is a very pretty
house, built by day labor by the present
owner, but for good reasons he would
like to sell at once. We would like to
have you see this property.
l5-T- Nat') Bk. Bldg, Trier
4227 Franklin St., 6-room brick house,
radically new: large living room, din
ing room, kitchen on first floor; two big
bedrooms ana pain upstairs: au oan nn-
Ish and floors downstairs: large closets,
wardrobe with good drawers large enough
to hold skirts: nice lighting futures;
dandy place. Can make reaaonabble
terms. Give ' Immediate possession. Can
be seen any Urns.
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY,
115-16 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug, it.
OFFER TURNED DOWN.
On this 6-roOm, entirely modern 2-story
house; large living room, fireplace in din
lnor room, good kitchen: three large bed
rooms and bath upstairs; corner lot; 2S01
N. 22d. Cut price, $3,000.
SCOTT & HILL CO.
Doug. 1009. Ground Floor McCague Bldg.
NIFTY new bungalow of five rooms and
bath: s rooms nnianea in oaa; iuh case
ment; furnace heat; modern in every
way; two blocks to car; two blocks to
school; 46-foot east front lot; $200 cash;
balance monthly. 6812 N. 29th St. Colfax
Five rooms, strictly modern, full base
ment, rurnaee heat, oak finish and oak
floors, nicely papered and latest lighting
fixtures Located norm ZtHD St.
Price $:i,10u Terms.
NORRIS & NORRIS.
400 Bee Bldg. Phon Douglas 4270.
On Pinckney street, west of 16th St.
Quarter sawed oak; full south front lot
W. H. GATES.
647 Omaha Natl. Bnk. Bldg. D. 1294.
ft-R.. ALL mod. stucco bungalow and gar
age on full lot; 2 blocks to car line; $500
cash, caianco line rent, uoug. zsiw.
iiilM'-. 1'i.Ai b rest rfcied district rest
a-Hf fo atf K V KnlHHl thla N (tun
FOR SALE 60x125, two cottages, at 2616
Patrick Ave.; leaving olty; will sell cheap.
SEVEN-ROOM modern house, $1,760.
bwner, 214 North 26th St.
NEW 7-ROOM BUNGALOW,
Large living room, dining room, kitchen
and Bunroom on first floor; oak finish and
oak floors; French door between dlnini
room and sunroom; three large bedrooms
and bath upstairs; full basement; every
thing complete and up to date; east front
lot on paved street. 6J3 S. 32d Ave.
frice xo,ztiU. Terms.
SCOTT HILL CO.,
Douglas 1009. Ground Floor McCague Bldg,
$100 CASH, $17.60 PER MONTH.
Will buy a dandy 6-r. cottage, not new but
In tcood repair; all newly nsoered. fully
modern, furnace heat, good lot; only one
blk. to East Siae ram car. Price $1,700
worth $2,000. Let us show you this bar
RASP BROS. Doug. 166$.
NEAR 8 1ST AND MASON,
A splendid location, and you can buy
this 6-room all modern cottage, paving
all paid, for $2,400; $600 cash, balance
monthly payments ; St. Peter's new
church site one block away.
P. J. TEBBBNS COMPANY,
606 Omaha National. Phone 1). 2182.
T-itOOM house, modern except heat; ce
ment walks and garage; good lot; cheap
at $2,300. 4744 8. 13th St. uougias asi,
801 Pine St., 7 rms., mod.
1316 So. (tth St., 1 rms., mod.
1916 So. 29th St., 100 lot, $1,600.
BERK A MUSIL, D. 6967.
SURE ONE! BARGAIN.
6 nice laige rooms, on one floor, strictly
modern, brick foundation, $300 down, only
$.400 and $20 month; larg-s front and
back porches, usea or steeping porcnes
full cemented, light basement, best fur
nace; electric light, gas bath, good plumb-
Ins: extra large lot. nice garage, bea
tiful shads, shrubbery; block to car Una.
Don't pass this by. call
OSBORNE, 701 On. Nat. Bk. Doug. 1474.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
BUILT TO ORDER
Let us build you 'a
house from your own
plana and specifications
and sell it to you on the
easy payment plan. We
furnish the lot and pay
the contractor, and you
repay us at your conveni
ence. This is your op
portunity to get a home
built just like you want
it and pay for it by the
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
1607-$ W: O. W. Bldg. Dougtas 502.
WANT BP To eifhangf desirable reslderne
properties In Grand island, ana nenrasKs
lands all el-ar, well secured first mort
gages and cash, tor good brick busi
ness property In ft growing and wll es
tablished city in Nebraska. U. & Land
and loan Company. Bos 604 Grand
GOOD farms, well improved, wsll located.
priced right, good terms, in Lyon county,
Minnesota, and vicinity, 80 miles from
the Iowa Hue in the beat 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 SON,
Marshall, Lyon County, Minn.
INVESTMENT AND HOME
8 -room strictly modern home;
fronts on Cass street; then have a
flat building with two eight-room
apartments facing on 27th street;
room to build either another dwell
ing or flat. It Is three blocks
to St. John's church and parochial
school and Creighton university,
$10 000 will buy this corner.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
644 Brandela Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
WE HAVE a few first -class apartment
buildings to be sichanged for farms. It
la 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..
BEE Want-Adl GAINED 19.699 MORS
PAID ADS thftn ny oilier urns na news
paper gained In first seven months 1911.
Good results at less
cost Is the reason why.
Oak floors throughout, oak
finish In living and din
ing rooms, large, light,
white enamel bedrooms;
good location: restricted
addition. A bargain at
$8,160. Easy terms.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
64$ Paxton Block. Douglas 172$.
100 CASH, $18.50 PER MO. will buy a
dandy 6-r. cottage, not new oui in gooa
repair; fully modern ex. heat, lot 40x130
feet only block to car, close to school
and about 12 minutes ride to town. Price
of house cut to $1,900. worth $2,400, but
must be sold. Be sure and let us show
you this bargain.
RASP BROS. Doug. 1663.
HOUSES WANTED. .
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMES
WORTH THE MONEY IN ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY. LIST YOUR r.utiv
TV WITH ITS FOR RESULTS.
O'NEIL S REAL ESTATE INS. AOCT.,
Brandeis Theater mag. ryier tun,
INVESTMENTS AND INSURANCE $400
rent, 8 houses, warning distance 10 r. u.
for $2,600, (house cost $3,600). Couple
bungalows, $300 and balance easy. Also
$ r. house. $9b ana per monia.
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON A CO.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
362S CALIFORNIA ST
A newi attractive well-built houss; tot
IV ft. frontage; near some oi mo v-wi
homes tn Omaha and In the Cathedral
district; Targe living room, fireplace, at
tractive dining room, with built-in buffet;
convenient kitchen and four bedrooms;
all oak floors and the very best of con
struction throughout. Price, $6,600.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
01 City National Bank Bldg.,
Phone Doug. 768.
132 FEET ON DODGE.
$30. FRONT FOOT.
Northwest comer 37th and Dodge, two
streets, two alleys. Other Dodge street
frontea-e is held at $60 to $100 front foot.
Nonresident owner makes this prlos for
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas ma. l-20 City National.
Attar looking at MINNB LU8A lot dir.
f.rent buyera decided that It was the b.at
proposition on the mark.t and they
backed their judgment by buying lots.
If YOU will come out today you will
understand- why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO,
741 Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg.
t dandy vacant lota, H block to i
line; cut to $1,000 cash (or oulok sale.
CALKINS at CO..
Douglas 1811. City Natl. Bank Bldg.
A FEW FINE BUILDINO LOTS left In
Druid Hill, 12.00 down, 600 per week.
THE BEST LOTS IN OMAHA
PRICES AND TERMS.
380 to Ml 6.
110 Down. 16 Per Month.
Located close in. West Farnam district
near car line; sewer, aldewalke, water fcud
gas. They ar. real bargains.
SHULER & CARY.
Douglas 6074. 304 Keellne Bldg.
A GOOD lot for $75.00. t good lots for
$76.00 each. Close to a car line. $1 down
and boo per ween, box ouv, urasne Bee
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Oo out to Lynnwcvd today and see the
beautiful lotsewe are selling from $460 to
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone Doug. 691 1607-1 W. O. W. Bldg.
a'i'AKi. YOUK HOME IN BEN80NI
BUT THIS LOT I
ll.M down and $10 00 per month; price
inouu- else, evzizi; located on Locust
St . between Clark and Burnham, rot
far from school and car line Oml R
Wright Be? of'tc. Omaha 1
FOR SALE Five Improved aeresj $400
yearly profit besides .your living. Mrs.
Pallas. &$S6 McKlnley, Benson.
MUST BBS SOLD AT ONCE.
This 7 -room and bath, strictly modern
Dundee house Is going at a sacrifice.
all built-in features. Full cement base
ment. Furnace heat. I'aved street, all
paid. Lot 60x13ft. Near to car and
school. Located near 60th and California
streets. Owner has reduced price from
$6,600 to $6.&00 for quick sale.
PATNB INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Doug. 17$t
THOROUOHLT modern brick and stucco
home in Dundee: living room, dining room
and kitchen downstairs; three bedrooms
and sleeolnK oorcn upstairs num-in nux-
fet, bookcases, fireplace, etc.; oak floors
throughout: oak wooaworx aownsiairs
white enamel and mahognay upstairs. For
sale by owner, who built It lor a home,
Call Walnut 1141.
iy ACRES, 63d and Grover; most sightly
$2,000; acres on car, $1,000, and $$00 lots
south or uunaee. jj. zt.
6-ROOM bungnlow in Dundee, all stucco,
for sale by owner. IS.7&I; brand new
$E cash. $40 par month. Box 476$, Bet
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
IMPROVED FLORENCE ACREAQE.
About t acres with house, bam and
fruit, fronting on SOth street a little north
of Mlnne Luaa addition. Price IT. S0O on
asy terms. Fine for subdivision or olossln
gardening and fruit growing.
JOHN VT. ROBBINS. 1101 FARNAM ST
ROOM residence, South Side, 11.800; 180
cash, balancs 110 per month. Doug. 0888.
Will You Buy 5 Acres
For $2,500 That Will Be
Worth $5,000 Soon?
This S acres is north of Krug Park, 1
mile. An extension of the car tins out
Orand Ave., or a line run north from
Krug Park would make this land suitable
for building lots; platted and paved to
within a short distance.
Place has two-room house, good barn,
4 chicken houses, cave, with nearly three
acres of fine corn with the piece. Only
$2,600 CASH. Balance monthly.
HASTINGS HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St
FOR SALE lbO, nice, smooth land; 1
miles from railroad; 40 acres broken; no
other Improvements: only $17.60 per acre;
liberal terms; what ran yon pay downf
F. De Clark, 409 St. Mary St., l'kln. III.
LAN D N EAR" OM A H X FO R BALK.
6(1 Vt A. very choice land Just N. W.
Benson. Belongs to bank. Must sell. A
bargain. See me for price and terms.
J. A. ARROTT. 4 Patterson Blk City.
FOR SALE The northeast quarter of sec
tion eight, township thirteen, range seven,
tn Merrick oounty, Nobranka. Trice $S5 ier
arre. J, R. Collins. Owner, SS61 Karnam
St., Omaha. Neb.
HO AC, well Improved, one mile of county
at town, east Nebraska, $116.
TIIOS. W. CAMPBELU
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
$0 ACRK3 Average 60 bushels corn, utie
mile to Tecumseh; must be sold; easy
terms. Btewart, $16 So. 17th.
30 ACRES of good farm land near Omaha.
rrice is rignu a. r. dosiwich a son, avv
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and gen
eral crop stats In the union. Settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms: excellent lands for stocK , ,.lAn ,.,..
raising. Ask for booklet $6 on Wisconsin . Owen has one of the books He 'arranges to
Central Land Grant; stste acres wanted. , nop(l tn nolp wlth book- Morton
It Interested In fruit lands, as): for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address iand Com-
mlsslonerSoo Railway. Minneapolis, Minn.
GET literature and maps on the cheapest
good land in Utmea states.
16th and Douglas Sts.. Omaha Doug. 11$$.
FINE Brown county, Nebraska, ranch to
trade for gooa lumoer yara or naraware,
or both combined; fine water, grass and
hay ; extra good Improvements; well
stocked with cattle, horses and machinery.
Address Y-S50. Bee
!-R mod. residence ; paving paid ; want
6-r mod. bungalow as first pa) ment; bal
ance easy terms. Morgan, Doug. 4$7t.
WILL TRADE lot, clear title, for rooming
house. Enquire itoom xvd. weumnwi
iTtl. snd turntture at Dm. as, B U ;
exobHna-e D f707 Toland Trumbull
fink investment: lot worth $300, for
auto. Box &26, Omana ee.
REAL ESTATE Investments
WM COLFAX. 70" Keeime Bldg.
Real ?ate. oily property, large ranches
Southwest corner 24th and Chicago, 4
modern houses; rental $1,160 per year;
GEORGE G. WALLACE. $14 Keellne.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
Tri'ACKAGB Fine site on B. M. R. R.; wis
flxltj&: can be bought cneap. i. -
arimmel, U9 Om. Nat. Bnk. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'ty
KuK ' SALE tmitt. tauee tnree streets,
near new Ford building; spienaia menu
tauturlng site. Address. B-411. Bee,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, A and 0 -roomed houses that
-tan ba sold for llOii cash: balance lis
per month: give complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO-
1320 Farnam St. TsL Doug. 1064
OUR specialty handling property for out-of-
GALLAGHER A NELSON, Omaha, Neb.
HAVE buyers for saiall houses and lots In
North Omaha- Write 606-, 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 LOAN ON
Anartment bouses, double brick
single houses, business property and farm
lands at 6 per cent, f per cent A pr ot
W. H, TUUaAB,
Ti Keellne Btdg Douglas 1$4$.
6 PER CENT to 6 per cent on best olass olty
residences in amounts si.ooo up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions
PETERS THI'ST CO.. 18fl Farnam St
$2,200 MORTGAGE, bearing 6 per cent semi
ann. ; secured by property valued at $7,600,
Ta Image -.Loo mis Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bidg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. McGARRT,
KEELINE BLDG. TEL, RED 4$4i
BHOPEN ft COMPANT,
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL, ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Natl. Phone Douglas $71$.
MONEY to loan on Improved terms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
REAL. ESTATE loans, $ per osDt, Sw
D. E. BUCK CO.,
Ill Omaha NatL Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM,
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6H $ Pr cent.
J. H. Puroont a uo 41 Keellne Bldg.
MONET on hand for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
Natl. Bunk Bldg,
C MONET HARRISON ft MORTON.
v pvw Bifl Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
weed mag. 18th and Farnam His.
Abstracts ot Title
PnnrQnraQ Abstract Co. Ws can bring
VJUdlallLCC down your abstract on
short notice. R. 7, Patterson Bldg. D. $047,
1 Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.
06 B. 17th St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Maas. Bonding and Ins.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of
flee tn Nebraska. 10 Brandeis Theater.
$10$ per acre buys an improved south
sat Neb., corn, wlrtsr wheat and stock
farm of 160 acres; convenient to good
town, a bargain for some one, no trades
considered. Write owner fur particular
Box 43. Bee.
Lieutenant Jnrvls Hope Is detailed by the
United States naval board to Investigate
srd report flndt.igs on the Invention or Dr.
Kalph ltnrkt. which errve to bring the
futmartnr to a state of pnrfft'tton. On the
trial trip of tho inventor's bout, a Japanese
helper 1m surprised In Ihe ad of examining
the me 1m i) la in tlot rt-ptirts favorably on
the new device but there am others inter
til tn it. Attempt to viurglnrl.e Burke's
laboratory fulls; Inter his riHUKhtur Cleo
finis him mvtiilprttl in his btrtnmm. Cleo
soils her father's books; Hhe finds a note
from which eh leu r us thy contain secret
formula. Olgu lvanoft and Gerald Morton,
spies In search of rotinula, attempt to cap
tur Cleo when she comes for books to
Siophaniild, (he amirchlst Hope runhos to
her aid, Morton shoots but bullet hits a
hi mb tn cellar, wbu-h explodes. Hope and
CU'ti escn and attend ball at Mrs. lel
riBi's. whoso nephew hun two missing hooks.
Mahlln. a spy, attempt to steal books; In
ooltemr itt thM follows hooks disappear.
Mahlln escapoa Hopn and Clvo tako boat
(or an IrhihI out iv, the bay. Mahlln and
the .luo i urn out the island light After a
vlob-nt nomi Hop and Clo-t arrlvw on
strange Islam! and discover man they hunt
Is there. Mtthtin and Jaimnont. it l no reach
the Island They escape from Hope but
return and dynamite me snsi'H. nope ana
each Bandsboro. where Dr.
U SECTION, near the Black Hills, partly
improvea, gooa larming or graiing lau-i,
good water. Bo 6246, Bee.
ACREAGE to 6-A tracts oo car line
Easy terms u iv i nmoe, u tsianaeis
Thea Bldg Doug $11$
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
ONKblack hearse, rubber-tired, horse-
drawn, practically new. Address Y-Otib.
FRESH cow for sale. 2114 8. 46th. Wal
Wagon umbrellas, $1.00. Wagner. 801 N. ItUh.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
NOW Is the proper time for jour birds to
shod feathers. "Song and Moulting ood,
16o per box. Is what ho needs now. Max
Gelsler Bird Co.
FLEMISH GTANT rabbits tor sale.
Hason, 107 woo I worth Ave.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
BEFORE you buy look these cars and prices
over. It will pay you well;
Chevrolet Roadster 2f0
1916 Indian Motorcycle, good na new. 176
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
$310 Farnam. l)oulas 688.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
Overland Touring . . .
Bulck B SS Roadster.
l-PASSENGER, 80 h. p. auto; $00 cash.
or payments. 2218 leavenworth St.
" FORD INSURANCE
Fire and theft insurance on new Fords
KILLT, ELLIS A THOMPSON,
$18-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. $818.
Must sell all our second-hand automo
biles within $0 days. We have several
makes and are giving better values than
162D-31-I3 N. ltth SI.
BEE Want-Ad. GAINED 11.591 'MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news,
paper gained in first seven months,
Good results at less
coat Is the reason why.
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MUHPHT-O'BRIEN AUTO CO,
llli-K-lS Farnam St
The Secret ?l Submarine
By E. Alexander Powell
Author of -The End of the Trail," "Fljhtln, In Flanders," Th Roosl to Glory." "Vrn la
lepyTlo-ats, ibib, by av. Aloxaadsr rowou.
"Be seated," said the admiral, "and
let us hear the story. Your reports
have been very brief and we have had
none of the details."
Whereupon Hope briefly sketched
the extraordinary story of the search
for the lost formula. Me tola now
had learned that her father had
concealed the formula in one of a
dozen books, all of which had been
sold by auction, and ot the means
which he had adopted to trace those
books. He described the explosion in
the house of the nihilist, Stephanski;
he told of his desperate fight with
Mahlin in the house of the British
consul; of how he and Cleo were
wrecked on the Farallones; of their
narrow escape from death when Sat-
suma dynamited tne cottage on ine
cliff; of the dramatic scene in the
Sandsboro restaurant which was so
atartlinirlv interruoted by the earth
quake; of Cleo's abduction by Morton;
of her escape by means ot tne came,
from the cabin on the ledge, and final
ly of their learning from Romero that
the book which, they had every reason
to believe, contained the secret, had
Throumhout this amazing narrative
the hard-headed old sea-fighters about
the table sat spellbound.
"By George!" one of them burst out
as Hope concluded, "it's the most in
teresting story I ever listened to. It
beats a novel by uppenneim.
"It is indeed a most interesting nar
...:., M Mftn." eeiH thi chairman
"and i can assure you that your ser
vices in this matter will not oe torgot
ten. I onlv wish that you had met
with better success, for if there was
ever a time in our history when we
stood in need of such a weapon as
this invention of Doctor Burke would
Dlace in our hands it is now. I will be
frank with you. Mr. Hope. The na
tion finds itself today in a grave, not
to say perilous, situation. A foreign
power, whose name there is no need
to mention, taking advantage oi inc
Mexican imbroglio, has presented to
this government certain demands
which are, to all intents and purposes,
an ultimatum. Our national honor
will not permit us to agree to these
demands, which are humiliating In the
extreme, yet to enter into a war with
a first-class power at the present time,
with our navy badly deficient in ships
and men and our army engaged in
Mexico, would only invite disaster.
The only thing that would save the
situation for us would be the discov
ery of Dr. Burke's invention. With
such a weapon in our hands, the
safety of our coasts and harbors would
be virtually assured, for under such
circumstances, I doubt if any power
would expose its navy to the risk of
destruction by attacking ua. Vou see,
therefore, how mucn aepenos on nnu
ing this formula. Now that you are
acquainted with the situation that con
fronts us, are you still of the opinion
that It Is useless to continue the
"The formula has not been de
stroyed," said Hope. "At least, we
have no reason to believe that it has.
And as long as it is in existence there
is always a chance, even though a
very slim one, of its being found.
"Are you willing to resume the
search?" asked the chairman. "I am
not giving you an order, Mr. Hope
I am asking you a question."
Hope rose and saluted, "With your
permission, sir." he said briefly, "I
will start tor the coast tonight
roses as Hope snd but for an tarthiiuake
noulil have poum'saed the volume, t'lfo Is
OLplured hy Morton and tnken to rahln In
the mountains She finds there books for
v-hlch thry sesrrh fortunately she sols
r.rte to Hope, who. with Hook, starts to
ri .run. A. he crosses chasm In swlnslns
biislxit Mahlln steals up and chops at cable
with an sx. Hook spiiears In time to save
Hone He rsches the other elds snd Is
Kreeted hy Cleo; she swears her low to him
'1 hey are followed by Mahlln and Jap who
attempt to kidnap Cleo. She swings herself
over the canyon Olita and Morton are
dashed 10 earth In an aeroplane. Hope and
t'leo are pulled from quicksands by Hook
and s grape vine. Mahlln and Hatauma are
culled before the Black Council. On th.
track of another book, they find the owner
has Inst It. Hop. receives a letter demand
Ins his marriage to a slrl who clalma he
compromised her. He Is forced to oomply
by Cleo Accidentally tie learna It la a plot
to rop. him In. H. Is lat.r summoned to
(Continued From Yesterday.)
FOR SALE A isle model Ford touring
car, newly overhauled and painted; tlrst
class rspalr; a bargain. Box 6208, Omaha
WEJ will trade you a new Ford for your old
INDUSTRIAL OARAOB CO..
SGth and Harney. Doug. B161.
FOR SALE Cadlllao apoedster; Just over
hauled and In fine running condition
Price Si6. Phone Dougles WBl. Harold
Schoelkops, 613 Paiton Blk.
Crosstown Oarage, S15 S. 2th. Doug. 4441.
W-ln. South bevel latne, witn extra
qulpment. cost .335. for sale at gaoO.
ltl( FORD touring car, excellent condition,
cheap. Phone South 8131
1S16. S-PASS. Overland, fin. condition, rar.
bargain. Colfax 1180.
COUPE top for Overland roadster, model IS,
176. Colfax 3860.
Auto Livery and Garages.
DON'T throw away old tlrea. We make one
new tire from 2 old ones and aave you 60
pet cent. 2 In 1 Vulcanising t:o., 1618 Dav.
enport St., Omaha. Neb. Douglas 2314.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 2010 Harnsy
Bt. Tyler 666.
Auto Tires and Supplies
SEE ad In Sunday's Bee telling all about
our big tire aale. Duo Tlr. Co., 1611 Chi
SEE us for bargslns in standard makes.
Expert tire repairing. Zwtebel Bros., 2618
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can t repair.
Colls repaired. Bnysdorfer. 210 N. 18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service and
prlcea right. 218 8. ltth St. D. 7330.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
BARLEf-DAVlbSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gain, in uaed machines. Victor Rooa, "The
Motorcycle Man." 1703 Leavenworth.
Hope, realizing that the interna
tional situation must be grave indeed
to cans? the bureau of intelligence to
semi him so urgent a summons,
within an hour was on his way to
Admiral Burnside left instructions
that he was to be notified as soon as
you arrived," the secretary who took
Hope s card informed him. 1 II let
him know that you are here.
Almost immediately he returned.
'The admiral wishes you to appear
before the board, sir," he reported;
adding in a confidential undertone,
rhey re looking mighty worried
I hope you have good news for
The board room into which Hope
was ushered was the same in which,
ten weeks before (though in those
ten weeks so much Had happened
that they seemed to him like ten
years) he had received the instruc
tions which started him on his quest
of the secret of the submarine. The
officers seated about the long table
were the same who had been present
on the orevious occasion, but it
struck him that they had aged per
ceptibly, that they were grayer, more
worried. Upon Hope's entrance the
animatr ddiscussion in which they
had been engaged abruptly ceased
and, in acknowledgement of his
salute, they bowed gravely.
I am glad to see you back, Mr.
Hope," said Admiral Burnside kindly.
"You come at a very opportune time.
I trust vou can give us some encour
agement as to the chances of find
ing Doctor Burke's invention."
"I m afraid I can t, sir, replied
Hope. "I fear that there is only a
slight chance ot finding tne lonnuia.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Lansing Sends Note
to Berlin About
Attack on Owego
Berlin, Saturday, Aug. 19. (Via
London, Aug. 22.) Concerning the
American note in the case of the
steamer Owcko. said to have been
fired upon by a submarine, the state
ment was made this morning that the
German naval authorities have re
ceived no information of the sort in
the connection, the note being the
first intimaation concerning the mat
ter. Efforts are being made by the
authorities, it was said, to clear up the
Washington, Aug, 22. The case of
the steamer Owego is surrounded at
the State department with much
secrecy and the foregoing Berlin dis
patch was the first disclosure that a
note had been dispatched to the Ger
The Owego, having some Ameri
cans on board, reported having been
fired upon in the Mediterranean by a
submarine early in the month.
The fact that the German govern
ment appears to have no information
lends strength to a contention the
attacking submarine may have been
Price of Hogs Is Within
Ten Cents of Yard Record
Hogs hit a mark of $1075 on the
Southside market Tuesday. This price
is a 25-cent advance over Monday
and is within 10 cents of the records
for the yards made in 1910.
(To Bo Continued Tmm
Bella Koopar and husband to Loul.
O. Kendls, northeast corner Twenty
first and Dav.nport, 80x80 1 t
Katharine C. Norrl. to Christina Pst
tengllt. Forty-ninth, 44 f.t north of
Webster, west side, 43x100 4.804
Peter Zolen to Mary Stungls. north
east corner Thirty-third and R,
60x130; R, 288.6 feet east of St.
Mary's cemetery, south side, Irreg
ular, approximately 61x66 1,704)
Audi Makal and wife to Milan Birda
nov et al., northweat corner Thirty
first and R, Irregular, approxi
mately 80x120 1,060
Andrew Lanes and wife to Adolph
Sklblnskl et al., southwest oornsr
Thirty-third and I, 60x130 1,176.
John E. Retynskl and wlf. to Will
iam J. Petersen, Castelar, 160 feet
east ot Thlrty-slghth, south slda.
Nollle Pollack and husband to Charles
L. Bond, Twenty-fifth avenu., 426
feet south of Sprague strsst, west
side, 40x100 363
Nollle Pollack and huaband to Les
lie Bartght, Twenty-fifth avenue,
886 feet south of Spragu. street,
west side, 40x100 163
Louis Berks and wife to Mathlas Ho
fer ot al., Nineteenth street, 868 Vi
feet north of Spring, east aids, 83 H
X166 ' 476
S. E. W. John and husband to Flora
Smith, northweat corner Eighteenth
and Nicholas, 44x108 1
Jessie Lewis and huaband to Mildred
P. Hamilton and husband, Flfty
Ihlrd avenue, 846 feet north of
Jackeon street, east side, 60x130... 1
Cherles F. Davla and wife to Claude
F. Anderson, Msson, 36 feet west
of Thirty-seventh, north side, 40x84,
and a parcel of ground, 11x47, adja
cent to the northweat corner 1
Paul W. Kuhns snd wife to Msbls
B. Stephens. Bedford avenue, 40 feet
west of Thirty-sixth avenue, south
WILL TRADE FOR A FARM
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR SALE 1.481 acrei choice farm land,
ItusUed In Praeer Rlvtr Valley, Brltleh
Columbia, about 120 mile South of Fort
George; about 600 acres prairie and
meadow, balance covered with light
growth poplar eaally cleared; eoll rich
dark clay loam, subsoil clay; Ideal con
ditions for mixed farming; wugon road
runs through property, 4 m from rail
way. Price $10.00 per acre. Quarter cash,
balance to arrange. John Btlnaon, Room
415 Crown Bldg., Vancouver, B. C.
Colorado land xcurslons, sxpensas paid.
C. L. Nethaway. Florence. Neb. Florence 12t.
40, 10 OR 10 ACREB GOOD, HHAVT
oil. veil settled part of Todd county,
Minn., food roads, schools and churches;
pries 111 to $20 per acre; tsrms $1.00 per
acre cash, balance $4.00 per acrs a year;
6,000 acres to select from. Agents wanted;
will make a low rallroitd rate to Inspect,
Schwab Bros., U2H Plymouth Bldg.. Mln
CHEAP FARMS Any sis, easy Uriua, In
the beautiful Ossrks of Dent oounty Mo.
W. S. Frank, 301 Neville Block. Omaha.
yap ,$BM j
htW t.vANSTON HOME IN DUNDEE
OVERLOOKING FA1RACRES, ELM WOOD PARK AND HAPPY HOLLOW
Thin houne contains 7 rooms and sleeping porch, nlso 8 attic roomi. First floor Is
nalr rintfth thrniiirhniit. with mile floorti. Kecimrl floor white enamol and birch. Tiled
bath r.mm and tilfd vestibule. Frunch doors between living and dining room. High
grade mill work, with built-in cabinets in kitchen, h refrigerator room, full base
ment, hot a)r furnace, fully equipped laundry room, toilet. Lut 60x1 35 feet, l'rlos
$12,000. Will trade for farm in fan tern Nebraska, western Iowa or South Dakota.
FOR TERMS SEE OWNER, CHAS. ELY,
6364 Harney Strsst, Omaha.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
aids. 40xllt.4 HO
C. a Waters and husband to a .
Brown, southeast corner Thirty -second
and Charles, I0k1O 1
Frederick H. Beats at at to Jamas
Nei adek. Davenoort. to rt sast ok
Twanty-ssoond, north lids, $0x146.. I,H0
The Orove Wharton construction
company to George C. Flack. Cam
den avenue, $00 twK oast of
Thirtieth streot, south aids, 40x120;
Camden avenue, 460 H ft oast of
Thirtieth street, south olds, ISOx
ISO; Brown, $(10 feet oast of Thtr-.
tleth, north olds. 40x119; Brown,
400 Vfc feet oast of Thirtieth, north
side, 40x120; Camden avenue, 4I$H
feet oast of Thirtieth street, south
Charles Hennig and wife to Oeerge 0.
Flack, northeast oornor Forty-mtB
and Bvans, 80xlS6
I. Kulakofsky and wlfo to Anna flat-
rapa, Tenth, 132 feet north of Mar
tha, west side, llxl a 1,600
Liberty League to
Hold Mass Meeting
The Tradei' Union Liberty League
of Nebraska, an organization to
which any union laborer in the state
who is opposed to the "dry" movement
is eligible to membership, will hold
a mass meeting at Metz hall, also
known as the Bohemian Catholic
Turner hall. Thirteenth and William
streets, Wednesday evening at 8
o clock. All union men have been
urged to attend the meetina-.
A.. ... . "... .
ine principal speakers will be as
Carl Minkley, a member of the state
legislature of Wisconsin and alder
man of the Twentieth ward, Mil
waukee. T. J. Daley of New York, president
oi ine iniL-rnaiionai Metal rolisners
Robert Byron of Chicago, an offi
cer of the Sheet Metal Workers.
G L. SI. amp of Omaha, interna.
tional secretary and treasurer of the
Stationary Firemen's union.
It will be the first public meeting
ui I lie urbanization.
Burlington G. M. Returns
From Vacation in West
General Manager Holdrege of the
Burlington is back from his annual
outing spent at Dome Lake and Ran
Chester, Wyo. Mrs. Holdrege is still
at Manchester, where she will remain
several weeks. Mr. Holdrege said
that the mountains are filled with
tourists, there being many more than
ourmg lormer summers.
ftoothea Your Cough and Cold.
vr. Bell's nns.Tar-Honey soothes th.
raw spots, ee.ee eough, kills cold germs.
26o. All druggists. Adv.rtlameiit.
7$, Safe Invest
$1.20. Cash dividends Jan. 1st
and Jolj 1st.
Home Builders, Inc
17th ul Dougles Sts. Omaha. Nab.
ONLY CIRCUS COMING TO
CIRCUS I MONDAY, OQ
GROUNDS PAUL Z1ST STS.
5 GREAT TRAINS OF
INCLUDINfl SCORES Of
rORtIGN MATURES HCVU
Strom SEEH IN AHIRICA
DOM OFKN AT 1 ANO T P.
sasweaasaBaaB sMsxa M aao gt tv
ONE So. TICKET ADMITS TO All
.... uae.. .. ..... n I
Downtown Sal. of Reserved Seats and
Admission Tickets Circus Day at MYERS
DILLON DRUG CO., leoa Farnam St.
SAME PRICES AS AT THE. GROUNDS.
Bathing, Boating, Dancing
and Other Attractions.
Free admission to park. lOe ear I era
from Omaha lor adultel purckss.
round-trip tickets for children, loo.
THE BEST OF VAUDEVILLE
Sunday, August 27 I
With a BIU of Striking EscaUtneo,
Seats Now on Sale.
THE HALF BREED
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon.
OPtN 11 A. M. TO 11 P. M.
TODAY AND THURSDAY .
VIVIAN MARTIN, in
"THE STRONGER LOVE"
FALL GRAND OPENING TODAY
-GUS EDWARD'S SCHOOL DAYS,
"A Riot of Fun and Lauihtsr."
EDNA DREON, Talented Singing Comedienne
Hildegarde. Lochman and Tommy Bonney,
Umaoa . rorstnosi juvsnno Artists
Comedy Novelty Musical Act.
OMAHA'S' FUN CENTER"
Xti0:Aj Evul'a, 15-28 -50-7SC
SAM HOWE ft? NEW SHOW
DtiatT Kt Hull. Dm Lumta dvud Mi cast Brand
Now TrmiMtr, "A Wife la Xtwf Port' run wltb
out alloj. 0oriJuiii Stan rictursa Afflnltj Batiitr
Cbuni. "CoaUtvu Burlwaua'' If wMUur1. hb
Ladtaa' Puna Matins Waak Daya,
OMAHA VS. TOPEKA
FRIDAY. AUGUST IB LADIES" DAY
(Games Called 1S)
Box Boats at Bsrhslew Bros, .
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