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, R the omaita Sunday bee: January 27, 1307. 7
FARM An HA,nt LARD FOU "..UK
Me bras a a (nilliiH.
Iffi ACRES Nebraska stock rimh; partly
Iminoved; 6,3.J. B. Hawver. 1S14 Em
nt Bt. (20) Mtm F4
FOR BALE, at ft bargain, a good Custer
county stock and grain farm; 4W) acres.
10 acres level. S-H rolling: good Improve
ments, all necessary farm Implements;
J.kiO bii. (train, 30 head horses, 3 cattle
and 3.1 hogs; ran aril Innd with or with
out stock and Implements. If InterrsteJ
address Box 1, Ansrlmu, Neb.
We have excellent lands from M per acre
up. near railroad. We alar, handle tha
heat landa In the state, namely, tha famous
Wood River Valley lands In Hall county.
Always have a good bargain, a money
maker, somewhere. Writ us.
MITCHELL, FALGHT. Wood River.
NeD- (20i-Mi32 FHx
WE 8KLL land In Nuckolla county, Neb.,
tha great corn, small grain, alfalfa and
tame grass country In southeastern Ne
braska. Wrlta us for land list G. D.
Follmer & Son, Nelson. Neb. (20) 901
LAND FOR BALE One quarter section
smooth and level, grass knee high, western
Nebraska; quick sale, (3 per acre. wit
r-mrnen si. .(20) 732 27
OKLAHOMA LAND 4.01)0 acres, all level,
close to railroad towns, $12.6" and up;
fertile soli; easy terms; crop failures un-
anown. Buy rrom trie owner direct; a
postage stamp will bring you a descrip
tion. Cha A. Dudley, Fullerton, Neb.
(20) 008 27x
GREATEST Bargain In South Dakota 1
acres almost level, rich, black lard; 140
acres cultivation; miles live R. R.
town. In Codington county 122 acre, easy
term a R. Mather, Cedar Rapids.
WILL take stock merchandise up to tS.GOO
as part payment on section Parmer
county, Panhandle, Texas, land. Easy
terms on balance. T. C. Armstrong,
Shenandoah, la. P. O. Box 321.
FOR BALE Larsa colonization tracts In
southwest Texas, 4,000 to 40.000 acres.
ITIres I.W to J per acre. Terms reason
able. These are generally good agricul
tural lands, and will double In value In
the next 2 years. Small tracts, also, for
sale. L. W. Tulleys & Son. Council
Bluffs, la. (80) &tu 29
Join our nest excursion, Tues
iay, February 5th. For partic
KERR & CO.
1614 Farnam St., Omaha.
Cheap Western Iands .
1,000.000 acres Colorado, Kansas and Ne
braska landa, XI to $3.50 per acre. Gov
ernment homesteads located. Printed lists
giving legal description and prices, also
maps, pictures, etc., free.
THE STERLING INVESTMENT CO..
201 Front St., Starling, Colo.
CHOICE WIS"C0NSIN LANDS
I own and offer for sale alt sorts of
In central and northwestern Wisconsin On
request will send you FREE a vest-pocket
map of Wisconsin and particulars about
this land I own. Plan to come and see
what I have to offer.
WM. J. 8TARR, fcuo Ingram Bldg., Eau
A FINE RANCH IN EASTERN
1.200 acres of deeded land
school leases and state leases,
, will be assigned free of cost;
all fenced; several good wells
and windmills. The home
ranch is well improved; all -buildings
well painted and In
good repair. A streim of water
passes through the home
ranch; lots of good hay and
valley land, which could he ir
rigated. There Is another set
of Improvements on the south
line of this ranch, which could
not be duplicated for 13,000. Im
provements on the home place
could not be built for 112.000.
At the rate the adjoining land
is being sold, the table land on
this place could be sold at
double the price asked by tha
owner. The valley land, on
which there la water and nay,
la worth $30 to per acre.
Price for the entire tract Jo 00
per acre for deeded land. Good
reasons fur selling. If you
want a useful, practical ranch,
you will appreciate this place
as soon as you see It. All
buildings In good repair and
painted. Terms can be ar
ranged. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
First Floor N.' T. Life Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 1781.
LA,N.nfL PWflHT AND BOLD all parts of
t'nlted States: mineral, pine, agricultural
lands. Exchange clear lands for fore
closed and mortgaged properties. Send
for cut price list of scattered lands and
my frea map of Minnesota. W. D. Wash
burn, jr., lu,4 Security Bldg.. Minneapolis
Minn. (20J-M313 is
TUB COEUR D'ALENE RESERVATION
will be opened loan. It contains 500,000
acres choice wheat, fruit and timber Ua
Do you want 160 acreaT
COEUR D'ALENE RESERVATION IN
FORMATION AGENCY, Rooms 17-18. Ex
Changs Bank Bldg., Spokane. Wash.
. t20)-MU3 F2x
REAL ESTATF FOR RENT
FAK.H A.1U HtHII I.AOS.
FARMS FOR RENT AND BALE
. on crop payments.
J. MLOJiALL, 61UUX CITY. IA.
10 acres wit -room house, near Krux
i acres with 6-room house and barn 4th
3 acres with C-room house and barn.
" r Krug Park.
F. D. WEAD. 1524 Douglas.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
'.ARVIN BROS.. 1A4 Farnam. I and 5S
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
jIONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
LOVililtJT KATiCn-Uenua. Paxton Block.
PHIVATK MONET F. D. Wead. 1520 Doug.
WAHTiiO-Clgr loans. U. C. Peters Co.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ll.0no.000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence rroperty tn Omaha; lowest rat":
no delay. Thomas ltretvian. R. 1. N. T.
Life- (22) 31
LOANS 'in Improved city property. W. IL
Thomas, too First National Bank Bldg.
LOW rates. Private money. r00 and up.
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO.
WHEN you hnve Idle money call or write
and tell us how much you have that you
would like to loan on first-class real es.
tate mortgages and we will procure bor
roaer. Hastings A Hevden, 17v4 Far
ms St. (22)-Sl 27
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Fariam Smith A Co.. 1320 Farnam Bt.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
Farm and Ranch Land.
" ANTED Information regarding rood
farm for sale In Nebraska. Give price
a no uojsripiion. uwnira only. t . W
Hall, care of Locator Pub. Co.. Min
neapolis, MJr.n. (23) 1ST 27x
HAVE from fl.ROO to 13,000 spot cash to put
mo a reaiocnce ior customer who has
Just come to city; must be a bargain.
j. j. iiwener. tus j'axton block.
A &-ROOM modern cottage, on easy tay-
menis, umana or Council Bluffs; ante
location and terms fully. Address C RM,
J-e. (1'3) 67B 27x
WANTED TO BORROW
WANT to borrow 12,150 at t per cent on W
acres Caws county (Neb.) land. Address
jaB. ti. cage, iuiv Latuyette Ave., City.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture,
stoves, carpets, clothing and shoes; pay
the best prices. Tel. Douglas 3ST1.
WANTED to buy horses. Phone Douglas
o-iiv. Alia urani pi. fji) M433 28
WANTED To buy small house to move.
J. H. Tarrotte. (to) B41 27
A BOLT IS FEET of office railing with
gate, also directors or library table.
Room 1, 618 Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
(2fi) oh6 27
WANTED TO RENT
YOt'NG man in business In Omaha wants
lurnisnea rooms for himself and mother
one room for house keeping and two
rooms moaeni, state particulars Address
Box 154 Bonner Springs, Kan.
I PAY CASH for second-hand typewriters,
pianos or cash registers. Kendls, 541 Pax
ton Blk. (2ti) M530 27
WANTED Warm room, bath and. board,
In best location, by lady. Address, E 590,
Be- (26)-3i 27x
WANTED Furnlphed rooms for light
housekeeping. 'Phone Harney 23S. Sun
day. (26) 7li2 27x
RESPONSIBLE party wants 6 or 6-roomed
house at once; reasonable rent; north
part of city preferred. Address J 001,
care Bee. (26) 726 27x
POSITION as stenographer, law office pre
ferred, three years' experience; refer
ences. Address A 586. care Bee.
WANTED Office position by competent,
experienced young woman. Address H
676, care Bee. (27) 390 27x
WANTED Position by lady stenographer.
ubu neuiiiigion. Aaaress u, ow, care Uo.
WANTED Traveling or demonstrating po-
iiiiiji iy young woman or aDlllty; refer
ences. Address M 604, care Bee.
(27) M780 28X
RAILWAY TIME CARD
ONIOH STATIOH TENTH AND MARCH
Overland Limited a :& am a 8:15 pre
The China and Japan
Faat Mall a 4 1K nm K-tn nm
Colo. St Calif. Ex a 4:15 pm a 9:80 pm
California A Ore. Kx...a 4:26 pm a 6:10 pm
I -OS Angeles Limited... al2 pm al0:46 pin
Faat Mall a 1:66 am a 5:00 put
Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Local a 8:10 am a 4:50 pm
Bestiice Local b 8 KM Dm bli:4F pre
Lnlcasro A Northwestern.
Cedar Rapids Paaa a 7:06 am a 5 06 pm
Twin City Express a 7:60 am al0:00 pm
Chicago Daylight a 80 sm all:16 pre
Chicago Local all jam a 8:46 pm
Sioux City Local... .a - 60 pm a 8:26 ars
Carroll Local -a :Si pra a 9:50 am
Sioux City Local. ... a 8:46 pm
Chicago Express ........a -50 pm a 7:30 am
a 8:00 pm
.....a 6 25 pm a 8:30 am
a 8:2 om a 7:06 am
Twin City Limited.
Overland Limited ..
Chicago Limited ...
8:3ti pm a 8:31 am
all 00 pm all 61 am
....a 7:46 am al0:36 am
b 7:4o am al0:36 am
a 8 00 pm a 6:05 pro
a 8:00 pm a 6:06 pm
b 8:00 pm b 6:06 pm
b 6:02 cm b 12:40 om
vbhmbv, bock laaana m Pseiae.
Chicago Limited a 8:15 am a 7:10 am
Iowa Local a 7:00 am a 4:30 pm
Chicago Mall 8:46 pm
Iowa Local bll:06 pm b 6:55 pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex.). .a 6:06 pm a 1:35 pm
Chicago (Iowa Lmtd.K.a :3w pm ali;26 pm
K. C. aV St. L. Expreas..a 9:(s am a 6:30 an
K. C. At bu L. express.. all :U pm a 6:26 pm
Nebraska Local a 2.0k pm all :40 am
Des Momes Loos,. . . . . M 441 pta
Rocky Mountain Umlt-.a 7:80 am a IKK am
Colo. A Cal. Express... a 1:90 pm a 4:60 pm
Okl. A Txaa Express.. a 4:40 pin al3:06 pm
Lincoln Falrbury and
Bellevue at :60 pm a 9:30 ars
Chleago Great Western.
St. Paul 4k MlnneapoUa. 6:30 pm
Bt. Paul 4k Minna oo lis. 7:46 am
11 'SO pm
8: JO am
Bt Louis Express a 6 JO pm a 8:30 am
bt. Louis Local (from
Council Blufis) a 9:16 am alOJO pm
Stsnberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 50 pm b 11:30 art
Chicago, Milwaukee A at. Pnal.
CM. and Colo. bpeciaL.a I:&a am 7m .
California and Ore. Jkx..a S.4s pm a 8 10 pm
Overland Limited a 8 .1a pin J,,D
stariuu ct v.iuir iv tfjo.w e.4 aut bll:uD p.
ClUcago Express a 8:00 am a 3:43 dio
Hum. A tl. Paul lx...b :w am a 6:15 urn
Chicago Limited a k:ou poi a 7 a) aiu
Minn, at hi. fsul Ltd. .a 6.J0 pm a 7.M aui
BIRLISGTOH IT I lUN-0th MAU
. - lavt. Arrive.
Denver CaUfoinla....a 4:lo pm a :ao pru
.a i:w pm a 5.40 pm
Northwest Special .
Nebraska Express .
Ne biased Local ...
Lincoln Faat Mall.
4.10 1U1 A it'U nut
alLlu pa- a 7:10 am
a v.lv aj ', -,it pin
8;ta) am a pin
a :ud aia
a 3:00 pm a!2:0l pm
a i.3o pm
a 7:10 am
a 1:60 pm
7 36 ara
a t.uo pm
a 4 :a
all 30 am
a 6:46 am
H. Crook k Plattam th.b i.M pm
Plattsuiouth a Tm) pai
Bellrvue nc Pac Juno., 3:30 am
Chicago Special a 7:86 am
Chicago a-xpreaa ....
.a 3.46 pm
.a u pm
a 9 :15 am
.a 4:4s pia
.aJO 45 pm
a :16 am
a 4 46 pm
hi. Louis Express. ...
Kansas Clty-dt. Joe.
Kanaka City-bl. Joe.
Kansas City -tit. Joe.
WEBSTER fTATIOa-lStk A WEBiTSl
t. Paal, Minneapolis 4
Twin City Passenaec.b 110 am
b 9:19 pm
all o am
b io am
C 6:60 p:
Sioux City Psssnger...a t U pm
r-meraon 1.00a 1 d ju pm
Kmtrson Local 6:46 am
I.ooal via Weeping
Water a 86 am
Falls City Local a 3:60 pm all 30 am
a Dally, b Dailv ascent Duiuiii a n.n.
except Baturdajr. a Sunday aniv. a r.n.
EVENTS IN OMAUA SUBURBS
FloTfncs Hai t 81ieht Mad Do f caw and
afmbal Kills the Euspect
IMPROVEMENTS THE ORDER OF THE DAY
octal Activities ghow o laa ef
Diminution After the Holidays
Camillas and Uolags af
Ml.n ITazel Mattox.was the guest of Miss
Laura Gerke of Omaha Sunday last.
Mrs. W. R. Wall and Miss Ruth M Wall
visited Mrs. Glrason Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Louis Grelie visited Thursday after
noon In (miaha with Mrs. W. A. Belknap.
A. T. Seybolt has been absent the past
ten days visiting his brother at Llysses,
Mrs. Fred Marks left last Saturday for
an extended visit with relatives In Okla
homa. Marshal Green killed a dog on the streets
Tuesday which showed signs t' hydro
phobia. W. B. Morris, formerly of Gretna, h:ia
opened up a harness Bhop In the l'ascale
B. 17. Debler of Lincoln, Neb., was the
guest of the family of Angellne Tucker
Mrs. Muldoon and daughter of Omaha
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Paul
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holllngsworth spent
last Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arm
strong In Albright.
W. E. Pliant cf Bennlnerton spent last
Tuesday here, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J. II. Holllngsworth.
Walter Mattox spent a couple of days
here last week visiting his mother, Mrs.
J. H. Holllngsworth.
The pushing down of tho Omaha lid
sends the thirsty travelers to see the water
works during Sunday.
Misses Anna and Kate Pageler and Miss
Mae Muelich of Omaha visited with Mrs.
M. J. Gleason Sunday afternoon.
William Elexiinder and sister of Teka
mah. Neb., spent Wednesday here visiting
frleiids and looking over the town.
Mrs. F. D. Leach and children, who
have been at Tekamnh for the last week
visiting relatives, returned home Saturday
Misses Amy and Blanche Taylor enter
tained several of their Omaha friends
Tuesday night at their home on Fifth
Miner Hord of Central City Is here visit
ing his brother. Hutchinson B. Hord. for
a few days and seeing the sights cX Flor
ence and Omaha.
Father Barret of St. Phillip's Nerl church
was visiting James Ware In Blair Wednes
day. Father Barret was formerly in charge
of a church at Blair.
Mr. Bell of Hancock. Ia.. spent Sunday
here, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tay
lor. He left Monday morning for Kansas
City on a business trip.
Dr. Frank L. Tracy and wife of Union,
Neb., accompanied by Miss Todd of the
same place, were the guests of the family
of Mrs Sarah E. Traoy Tuesday night.
Hon. F. 8. Tucker, who is at Lincoln
attending to his duties as one of the legis
lators, is sick at that place and confined
to his room and under the care of a doc
tor. M. J. Gleason, who Is superintending the
erection of a building for Mrs. Nush of
Omaha, on her property near Coffman,
Neb.. Is spending a couple of days at
Mrs. Louis Grebe attended a Joint In
stallation of Royal Neighbors and Mod
em Woodmen of Beech camp In Omaha
Friday night. Mrs. Grebe wag installing
officer for the Royal Neighbors.
Miss Jessie Tucker entertained a num
ber of her friends Tuesday ninht with
musio and other forma of entertainment.
Everyone expressed thentaelvea as pleased
with the evening's entertainment
Mr and Mrs. Boland spent a couple of
days with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Taylor on
their way home from the east. Mrs Bo
land had been visiting relatives In Ohio
and Mr. Boland had been east on a busi
n j b'etrln. who was very ill for sev
eral days, Is now ablo to be up and around
the room, but as yet nas nui ueen ui oi
doors. He Is getting along so well that
It Is expected he will be out In tha course
of a few days.
Rose Rebekah lodge No. 13, independent
Order of Odd Fellows, held its regular
meeting Tuesday night and showed the
mysteries of the degree to a new candidate.
After the regular business of the evening
lunch waa served.
Mrs. Alexander Paul and son of Seattle,
Wash., were here a couple of day this
weir visitlmr with the family of J. S.
Paul. Mr. Paul and wife left Wednesday
for New Tork. where they will purchase
goods for a millinery store which they own
j w Iim. accomnanled by his niece.
wis As-nes Fnrneson. left Saturday for a
three weeks' visit in the east. Miss Furge
son will visit relatives In Chicago. Mr.
Long will visit his mother and other rela
tives In Lowell, O., and a sister In Pitts
burg, Pa., before returning home.
Fontanelle aerie No. 1542. Fraternal Order
of Eagles, held its regular meeting on
Wednesday night. After the regular busi
ness, the aerie went into social session,
which waa In the way jf a vaudeville show,
Tavlor with a stunio speech and Brother
Christie, late of Omaha aerie No. 3S, were
The cltv council held a restular session
Monday night, with the president of the
council. Hugh Buttle, presiding. Mayor
Simpson being absent. It. N. 'fowl, city
engineer, was ordered to prepare data for
grades to conform with the permanent
walks and made these grades to be estab
lished east of Bluff street.
Services will be held today at all
churches at the usual nours.
E. Senger of Ashland visited his daugh
ter, Mrs. Levchner, lat"t Sunday.
Dr. Ed Mason Is erecting a new resi
dence In Benson, near the tountry club.
A great many cases of sickness have been
current durlnj the past week, and more.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Grove left Saturday
for Missouri, where they will visit for a
Mrs. William Moran entertained at din
ner Friday Mesdomes Ruhm, Hanker and
Mack of Omaha.
The B. L. 8. club will give their annual
ball and supper ut Odd Fellows' hall Wed
nesday, January 30.
Mrs. Ed Burrneister left Friday to Join
her husband, who la holding a governmental
position In Panama.
Mr. and Mrs. James Walsh were guests
at the Robert Burns annual birthday cele
bration and banquet.
Mrs. O. E. Snowden went to Tlndall, S.
D.. where she was called by the serious
Illness of her mother.
Little Carl Zanton is slowly improving
at the Swedish hospital, where he was
taken for an operation.
The regular buainiss meeting of the F.
C. A. lodge wss held last Friday evening
at the odd Fellows hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ager entertained the
Halcyon Whist club at tnelr home. Lunca
waa served to the guests.
Gertrude Gieagon entertained a few of
hor little friends Thuisduy afternoon. In
honor of her birthday anniversary.
Miss Em Gravert was pleasantly sur
ptised laat week by a number ot her frKnils
in honcr of her birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Pratt viait. .1 at the
home of Mr. and Mis. L. A. Hi. -a nhlio
en route 11 0111 jjes uoineg u Seattle.
Herman Wuiff, who was operated cn last
Monday at tile Swedish hoapilaJ, Omaha,
ia impiovlng nicely from the operation.
Mrs. Smith of Omaha and Mrs. D. E.
iAiigton tf Salt Uku City were guests of
Mrs. James Logan during the last week.
Mr. und Mrs. John U.i ixn nt. it il 1
about twenty of their friends at tlu-lr home 1
last inurauay evening at a dainty lui.cti.
The rang of chicken thieves who were
operating in Benson a short time ago
aere given a pciutentary sentence by Juuae
The Eonson aerie of Eagles give their
nrst aunual bull at Independent Order of
Odd Fellows' hail on next Suturduy evenl-ig
Mrs. I. W. I-angford entertained in
honor of her birthday anniversary. The
evening was spent lu cards. Kaf reahmema
were served to the guests.
The Woodmen and Kyal Neighbor lodse
will hold Joint Installation at th. ir lull
next Wedueaoay e.enlng. A sjppcr will be
served after the business sesaljn.
Lviitson drill team of the Aerie of Eugl.-s
met last Monday evening and electej the
officers of the year, who aie: Messrs. B L
Chi Ids. Charles Zanton, Elmer Fieeinan and
Riiptuts will hold a two weeks' rvvivaj
at their church, beiflnnlng this evening
when Rev Mr. Pope of Grand Island will
preach. Rev. Mr. Totman will have chaige
0 the services th- first wee. The seo 11,1
week Rev. II. F. Feliuian of Grace bapttot
church will preach each night. Everyone
invited to attend.
Miss Marguerite Plllsbury will soon leave
for )mi:t. wrxre she was elected by the
s hoi.l liard on the httrh sc hool force. She
has sent In her resignation to the Benson
Mrs. G. W. Stlger entertained at dinner
Saturday evening In honor of George W
ana h.. A. Utigers birthdays. Covers were
laid for ten at a prettily decorated table In
me flining room.
The Drgree of Honor guve a high five
party at 'heir halls Inst Wednesday even
ing, which was sttenrted by a good crowd,
I'rixes were given and refreshments served
during the evening.
Boys' Gymnasium club met last Tuesday
evening with Mr. Burdlrk of Omaha In
charge. The rending rooms are now open
every evening except Monday. The time la
trom 7::0 to 10 o clock.
A petition Is being circulated for signa
tures of Benson citizens to consider the
question of making this village a city of
the second class. Tho pnper will be pre-
senrea to tne town Donru r eoruary X.
The mid-year examinations have been
taking place in the nubile schools las
week. Next Monday will be the first day
of the second term of school, and this Is
tne time for entrance of children for tha
Lutheran Indies' Aid held a short busi
ness meeting at Gravert's hall last Wednes
day evening, after which the committee
aispoflpd of one of the three church lot
The women served cake and Coffee during
the evening and a progTSm waa given at 8
o'clock. The lot went to No. 5W). which will
be the. claimant of the lot wlien presented
George F. Batty and KVllth P. Culberteon
both of Benson, were married In Omaha
last Friday at the home of Mrs. George
nosers, an auni or tne ortoe. In Omaha.
rsotn young people are well known In Ben
son, where Miss Culbertson came about two
years ago from the east. Mr. Batty is
connected with the Western Union Tele
graph company of Omaha. He has been
transferred to Denver, where they will go
Mourn reoruary x.
Tho wrmen of St. Marv's Guild of the
Episcopal church of Benson gave a dinner
ana musical program at Odd Fellows hall
last Thursday evening, which was attended
ny aliout 2n people from Benson and
I'mana and proved a success In every way,
This was the (list nublln affair of the milM
The musical program was in charirn of Jn
Barton of Omaha. The women In charge
enKitgea a proiessionai caterer, wlio was
assisted by the following young ladles of
Benson: Misses Koorl, Lancaster, Wash
burn, Morgan, Morton, Hoffman, Stlger,
fionaiu, narrison. i-eierson ana Warner,
Rev. R. M. L. Braden preached last Sun
day nt North Bend.
Leon Agnew of Omnha spent Sunday at
ioc luiieiie visiting menus.
B. R. Stouffer attended to some business
mailers in Lincoln last week.
Mrs. W. F. Martin Is recovering from
recent serious attack of the grip.
mm iiaoei y.immerman renewed ac
quaintances on the hill last Sunday.
Miss Marlon Harnlah of Omaha, visiter!
relatives in Bellevue last Friday and Satur-
James H. Qulgley spent Mondav after
noon visiting with his son and daughter
Charles McUuleley is now tailor for Com.
puny 1 at Fort Crook and Tuesday moved
ma Buoy 10 me post.
Owing to the slcknws of Dr. Stephen
Phelps, Rev. Anderson Crane filled the pul-
ill ut tha 1.M .... , I . 1. ...... 1 . .
J. B. Slater, a contractor of Omaha waa
In Bellevue last Sunday, looking over tho
grouua or me proposed interurban line to
Special Deputy) H. D. Plerson filed a com
plaint Monday against Robert and Harvey
Kjiui'ic;, tiitti kuu wiin aniing two rea squir
rels out of season.
Miss Helen Byram, an old student from
uecaiur, NeD., visited at the college sev
eral days this week. She brought a sister
down who will enter school the second
Harry Peters Is busy filling the various
icenouses in town. The Ice is good and
about ten inches thick. The Beckstead
Doys are cutting and taking, the ice from
Mrs. V. W. Chapman and daughter, Mrs.
BeUe Clarke, who went to California to
escape the rigors of a Nebraska winter,
write that they have been frozen up for
the lust two weeks.
Saturday night the B. & M. depot was
DroKen open oy burglrrs and several ex
press packages rifled. This Is the fourth
time In the last year that the depot has
been broken Into. Nothing of great value
has ever been taken, yet steps should be
token to catch the thieves.
The Commercial club has decided to see
tho Chautauqua scheme through to the
finish. It is proponed to organize a Joint
stock company with a capital of 15.000, In
order to secure the necesmiry funds to
begin work on. Nature created no more
beautiful spot than La-Belle-Vue, and an
up-to-date chaulauqua will no doubt be
Iaist Tuesday morrilng Rev. J. B. Devlns,
editor of the New York Observer and a
man of national reputation, lectured to the
students In the cliupel on the subject,
' Foreign Missions." He was well received
and made a notable speech. In the even
ing he delivered his famous Illustrated
lecture on "The Philippine Islands" at the
First Presbyterian church to a crowded
houHe. The lecture wu Interesting to the
highest degree and much genuine wit was
shown by Dr. Devlns. The work of the
various churches In the Islands was shown,
with pictures of the men who are striving
to uplift a fallen brother.
George A. Hoagland has returned from a
hunting trip In Texas.
Tho Dundee Woman's club met on
Wednesday with Mrs. W. S. Curtis.
S. It. Rush returned on Thursday from
a business trip to Washington, I). C.
Ward Palmer returned on Friday from
a business trip In the western stutes.
Mr3. A. M. Smith Is recovering slowly
from her recent serious attack of la
C. W. Bowlby Is recovering from the
effects of his severe fall and is utile to
sit up now.
Silas Wlllard has recovered from his
recent Illness and has resumed his studies
Mrs. Noah Perry returned home durlnAT
the week from Wise Memorial hospital,
where she recently underwent a success
ful surgical operation.
Mr. rind Mrs. Luurie J. Qulnby have
been giving several lnformul entertain
ments recently at their new home on
Dodge street, near Forty-ninth street.
Mr. and Mrs. George Miller have left
their home at 600s Underwood avenue
and have gone to Papplo View, the nomo
of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Henry C. Van Oleson and Mrs.
James W. Hamilton will entertain the
Hound Dozen club on Wednesday after
noon at the home f Mrs. Van Glesou,
4826 Davenport street.
The members of the Ladles' Aid society
of the Dundee l'resby terlan church will
be at home to their friends on Frllav
afternoon, February 1. at the home of
Mrs. R. C. Peters, corner of Cass and
Floyd Hensninn has been on
list with the grip.
Mrs. James ilulplne has been spending
the lust two weeks visiting relatives In
I o' a.
Rev. K. G. Hiller and Mrs. I Boyer
wt-re the guests of Mis. John Blake on
Mrs. John Sterns, formerly of East Am
bler, has been seriously ill ut her home
in Franklin sUcet this week.
Dick fchutidy had the misfortune to step
on u rusty uuu -aturaay or iusi week,
conhnlnc liim 10 the house the whole of
Mrs. Lert Guntz and son, Milton, spent
Tuesday with her littlo daughter, Eldora,
at the home of her mother, Mrs. N. Car
bury, South Twemy-llrst street.
Owing to the Inclemency of the weather
Thursday the I-ad.es' Aid society ' meeting
at Mrs. Blake s was postponed until next
Tliuixluy iifiriiioon, January 31.
Miss Pearson, teacher of the eighth grade
in the Reals h'Ii ml, has been absent from
school work ll.e enure week on account
ot tne death und burial of her futher, John
1'ruisun. Mits K. While, principal, has
been teaching for her.
Will John and Mlna Marie Miller were
united In murriuge at the home of the
briuu s parents on West Center street Mou
uay evening, January 21. A tine wedding
vuprer and rec-puon was tendered tne
couple end friends Ly the bride s parents.
Guy Mutlisun. Well known here, di-d at
his twin at LiMwood, Neb., January 18. of
pneumonia, UKcd in years. Deceased leaves
a taint r, niou.ir and one sister to mourn
his li'ss. lie was buried in Evergreen
ctfini iciy Suiuiu). January 20. 1 Lum who
attended Irom here of li s old clfctsmat J.
were Albert Fuvtity. Li Faytinger and
Mifes l.urtos. Several beautiful floral pieces
who tuken by his Omaha friends.
Hlter Is kabalaiag.
CINCINNATI. Jan. M.-The river sub
suit. i i.-arly four feet within the past
taeniy-tour hou:s. The freight embargo
has betn lifted by the railroads, which will
put all paaaengur tiaUlg la envice It hm
a few hoars.
? dMsfJW H
Because "LUXUS" is the beer you will like better than
And "LUX US" is the kind of beer that Doctors recommend.
It tastes better because it is better.
It is made of the best materials that the world affords and
brewed with the greatest care because
We know after three generations of brewing just what is best
and where to get it
We know what facilities are necessary and we have them. We
have never considered expense.
We know the absolute necessity of Quality and Purity and we
zealously maintain each.
We know what fastidious beer drinkers want and we brew
"LUXUS" to suit their palates.
"LUX US" is a little better than is necessary, perhaps,
but "LUXUS" is our hobby and that "Little Better" pays us
in tne ena.
A man or his family never changes from "LUXUS"
of the ordinary kinds.
But "LUXUS" won't cost you any more than some
You might as well get the benefit of thai Extra Quality.
Tell the waiter to bring "LUXUS" next time and
up by 'phone or write and have a case sent home
The family will delight in it and thrive on it, too.
FRED KRUG BREWING
OMAHA, NEBRASKA 'phone douglas
NEWS FROM THE ARMY POSTS
Number of Beeiments Preparing to Sail
for the Philippine!.
FEW OF THIRTIETH HAVE REQUIRED TIME
fnless Old Men Re-enllst Majority of
nrglmrnt -W hen It Sails Will Be
FORT CROOK. Neb.. Jan. 26.-1 Special.)
Second Lieutenants W'uest and Ward,
Thirtieth Infantry, have been confined to
their quarters during the past week owing
to lllr.?ss. l,leuteuant Wuest having a
slight attark of rheumatism and Lieutenant
V ard a severe cold.
Owing to a number of cases of measles
and one case of scarlet fever appearing In
the town of Kort Crook the members of
ths garrison have been cautioned nut to
visit the Infected houses or come In contact
with ths occupants of the s;une.
Corporal Lowls r. I'asel. Company A.
has been appointed battalion sergeant
major of the First butulion. Thirtieth in
fantry, vice Aldren. discharged.
Sergeant Edward Worell of the band was
discharged on January 'Jk on expiration of
enlistment and left the same day for his
home In Plltsburit, Pa.
corporal Melvin 1$. Littreai. Thlrtietn
nfantry band, has been detailed 1111 extra
dut as school teacher at the post, vice
McGurren, transferred to the recruiting
Fort Crook lodge. Royal Neighbors, held
a. dance on the night of January 24, whloh
brought a goodly number of people from
Omaha and which proved milte a success
financially for the lodge Pancing com.
menced at 8:30 p. in. and continued until
a. m. fiver 200 couples were present.
Now that the deuarlment orders hnve
been received giving full Instructions rela
tive to the preparations of the various
regiments ordered to the Philippines frum
he Department of the Missouri, company
commanders of the Thirtieth Infantry here
latloned have sent In reports of ths num
ber of recruits required by them to bring
neir companies up to run strengtn prior
to their departure for foreign service.
After all discharges, re-enlistments and
ransfers are carried out. ts required by
War department orders, the total number
of recruits needed for the eight companies
of the regiment at this post Is 391. Orders
require that privates must have at least
wo yesrs and three months to serve on
he date of sailing of their organizations:
if they have not. and do not desire to be
discharged and re-enlisted Immediately for
a further period of three years, thev are
to be transferred to the Incoming organiza
tions or to citner organizations serving In
no department; unless men who have six
months or less to serve, who are to he dls-
charped on March 6 for the convenience
of the government. The noncomnilsslond
officers go with their organization Irre
spective of the length of t'me tliey have
to serve. The eight companies nt this post
should have a total strength of oul enlisted
men. thus showing that 110 men of tha
present personel will proceed with the regi
ment to the Philippines. The majority of
inese men win nave to oe ciisrriarg.Ht and
re-enllsied, as not 6 per cent of the com-
manrt have the required two years and '
three nionth to s-ive, without being frit
discharged and then re-enltMed. This
practically means U.e
refilling of tho I
thirtieth with recruits for the third tiiri i I
since us ois'iniiuuuu in marcn. iyoi. 11 is According to recent advices that have
believed that if the orders relative to ttie been received at Fort Riley from the War
amount of service a man has to serve In I depart ment. ail men. noiconimlsloned of
order to go with his reel ment. were modi- I leers excepted, if the Ninth cavalrv hav
fled to Include all men who haw rne year I Ir.-? less than six months to do and who do
2.1 ,r""T 10 mfrX- r""nenta going to t.io ! not lr.ter.-1 to re-enllst. will he dlscharaed
Philippines would trke wlt.i it well il-ill-.l N-fo-e ti e regiment leaves for th- Island"
and experienced enlisted men. who wou'U j thoe having e. than six months to do
Kla.llv go end finish their pres-nt enlist- I and wlio do Intend re-enlisting will be dii.
ments in the islands, but who cannot btlng j charged an.d re-enlisted
themselves to the Idea of taking on for u
lunner periou or inrea years.
A board cf officers convened at the pi st
on 1 ne inpiam ior trie purpose of
of in- .
vesiigHting and reporting i.s to
or not the accident to Privste Ilechler,
i-ompany t. Thirtieth infantry, who on
May 11 while at taritet practice had on
of his fingers shot off. was caused throUKh
willful neglect or other wise. The mem
bers of the board m re Major Byrne. Cap
tains Palmer and Krw'n
F'rst Class Harremit Henry Koepke. Hos
pital corps, las turn ordered to report at
d-partment headquarter at Omaha fr
duty tn the office cf the chief sjrgeon
of the department.
The hours of school for enlisted men
have been changed from 7 to 8 Pm. to
1: to 2 JO p. m.
The olive drab overcoat la being Issued
to all the men of the Thirtieth infantry,
excepting those men who are to be dis
charged shortly and who do not Intend to
Privates Perry K. Allen and Albert D.
Fisher, who r-enllated at other posts for
Improve Your Health
the Thirtieth Infantry, have reported for
duty arid were assigned to Company D.
FORT RILEY, Kan., Jan. M-XBpeclal.)-One
of the prettiest and most delightful
parties that has ever been given In the
garrison was the one on last Saturday
evening in the post assembly hall, tendered
by the officers and women of the Ninth
cavalry In honor of General Godfrey and
his family. Oarlands, flags and bunting,
all of which were used in profusion, were
prominent in the decorative scheme, but
the -most striking feature was the sliver
stars that were appropriately worked In
with the scheme. These in.slgnlas of the
brigadier general's rank adorned the front
of the orchestra stage and from the chande
liers they shone in a subdued light of the
yellow covered electric globes. Over a
canopy of flags In one corner, where the
receiving party stood, was a brilliant star
made of a collection of electric lights. This
was easily the feature of the ensemble
that made the scene and the occasion one
long to be remembered. General and Mrs.
Godfrey. Major and Mrs. Flnlay and Cap
tain and Mrs. Hamilton were In the receiv
ing party. Following tho reception, which
lasted half an hour, there waa dancing
until midnight, when a delirious supper
was served. This was the occasion for ap.
proprlate remarks by Major Flnlay, Cap.
tain Hamilton and General Godfrey. Gen
eral Godfrey was evidently struggling with
his emotion, but In a few well chosen words
he thanked Captain Hamilton as spokesman
for the regiment, and assured him that he
would ever cherish In his heart the loyalty
and love of the command that had made
service as Its commander an honor and a
Major General A.W. Oreely, commanding
the northern division, nrrlved In the post
on Monday nlht, Junuary M, to make tho
usual an-Minl Inspection. He was met at
the station by General Godfrey and his
staff, and during his stay here waa his
truest. General Greely was accompanied by
his aide, Captain Shields, Third Infantry.
On Saturday n'ght three overcoats, two
sweaters and other articles of clothing
were removed from the clothing room of
the hospital between mldnluht and reveille.
80 far nil efforts to find who was engaged
In the robbery have failed. The clothing
ai'nen immumwm 10 panenis.
Mrs. McBlnln gave a bridge party on
vennesauy anernoon ror snout twenty
guests, who were Invited to meet Mrs.
Flnlay. The following won prizes: Mrs.
Cameron, first prize; Mrs. Ttlford. second;
Mrs. Hinds, third; Mrs. Plummer, consola.
Mrs. Smith entertained at bridge one
evening last weeg lor ner mother, Mrs.
Phillips, who Is her visitor.
Lieutenant Glassford. acting for the ath
letlc committee. Is already making dxtea
for the base ball schedule' for the coming
ensnn ann me resuns so rar accomplished
point to a banner year.
M'hen the next details of men to attend
the farriers' and the bfikers' and cooks'
schools ara made only men belonging to
organizations will be selected. The detail
ing of recruits at rendevous has proven
very unsatisfactory In manv wave. Here
after men detailed will be discharged "for
the convenience of the service" and Immedi
ately re-en!lste.l. This Is to the end that
the government may have the bennflt of
their service In return for the Instruction
The tnist five handed the team that repre
sents the Nations! Guard nt Manhattan a
Juicy lemon Friday nioht. when they
trimmed them to the score of 11 to 13. The
roiir-h house tactics of the visiting hunch
aroused the wrath of manv an r,nln,.ir
In th tue-ff-wnr prellnilmrles the Seventh
battery pulled Troop H, Thirteenth cavalrv
and Troon It, Ninth cuvalrv. pulled Troon
G. Serond cuvnlry '
Carttiln Adams, engineer corns la anal.
on duty after an Illness which conrtn.n
him for a week to the post hospital
After sixteen years of scrvtra with h.
Ninth cavi'lry hand Mr. Gung'l has decided
to close his career with the FMrtomh
cavalry bind, now stationed at Clenfuego
Cuba. Mr C.ung'ls ability as a ban
leader Is well known thrnughnut the servlc
and the Fifteenth cavalrv may eongratul-iti-Its.
If on Its gcd fortun". With douhh
servlce In Cu' Mr. Gung'l will go on the
retired Hat In Julv. 1S
'ln and eetlirstes for the biildlng of a
lnlmrstory to be us.-a n connection with th
veterinary hoenltal hsye ne-i, nrnared and
are nw receiving the consideration of th
War denartmM. In connection with the
rch'.ol Fort Kllev has by fir the 1-irge't
nurrber o? veterinarians assembled of ant
other post In the service, so It seems bur
t'ttlrg that there should be a laboratory for
the study of bacteriology for both instruc
tors snd students.
The post basket ball team defeated tha'
of the National Ouerdanen asln. at Man
hsttin. Kan . on Saturday night bv a score
of 21 to IS The guardsmen played a rouf
game, but their roiiufi house tactics availed
them but lit tie. ScbonUeber, Qreder aad
Twlford played a brilliant game for Fort
Riley, the latter throwing eight out ot
Ordinance Sergeant Kuhltza hns been
confined to the post hospital since the first
of the week. He leaves this week for Fort
Bayard, N. M., where he will be treated
for tubernulosls. 1
Mrs. Godfrey left last week for nisbee,
Ariz., where she will visit for several weeks
with a son, who ts a practicing physician
Captain Hllford. Second cavalry, trans
ferred from the First cavalry of Fort Sam
Houston, Tex., arrived the middle of the
week and has assumed command of his
The following changes have been made In
the noncommissioned personnel of Troop B,
Thirteenth cavalry: Corporal Mulllns, pro
moted sergeant, and Wagoner Jjavls, ap
The Thirteenth cavalry has. completed Its
winter target 1 u-tlco and the Ninth Is
now on tne range. Twenty rounds are
fired by each man. The ranges are at 200l
800 ami 600 yards.
Lieutenant Humphrey of the engineers,
left the first of the week on leave of ab
Sergeant Norton, Troop n. Thirteenth
cavalry, who was discharged by expiration
last week, has re-enlisted, thereby retain
ing his rank as sergeant.
Miss Boynton will remain with her
cousin. Miss Adams, the remainder of tha
winter, and until after the wedcj'nir of
Lieutenant Browne and Miss Adams, which
will take place In the spring.
On Thursday evening Mrs. McBlnln enter
tained about thirty guests with a high five
party. Prizes were won by the following
ladles: First. Mrs. Hoyle; second, Mrs.
Lby; third, Mrs. 1-ewls. The following gen
tlemon won prizes: Lieutenants Wllen.
flrat; Buchanan, second; Eby, third. Fol
lowing the card playing refreshments wcr
The aluminum Identification tag which,
the War department some time ago di
rected to b Issued each officer and en
listed man In the service, will soon be ready
for Issue by the qpartermaater's depart
ment. It has been suggested to the War de
partment that wireless telegraph station
be Installed at Forts Riley, Ieavenworth,
and 8111, for the purot,e of Instructing;
signal corps men In the work. The sub
ject will probably be settled deHnllely
within a short time.
Mrs. Hdye of Los Angeles, Cal., accom-
fanled by her daughter, arrived last week
or a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Hatha
way. Mrs. Hathaway will give a cardl
party some time this week for her mo the
John A. Iaurlrr. late trumpeter of tha
Twenty-fifth battery, who was sentenced
to the state penitentiary about two and a
half years ago for the robbery of a man
who had been discharged by surgeon's cer
tificate of disability, will be pardoned by
Governor Hoch on the first of February,
iinon the earnest solicitation of Warder)
Haskell. Bullock, another soldier, wha
aided htm In the crime and who waa sent
to the state reformatory, has since been
The boxing bout between Privates Gasktn.
Twenty-second battery, and Brady, Twenty-fifth
battery, was of short duration. Tha
event took place on Saturday afternoon In
the artillery sub-post, and was witnessed
by a large number of spectators. The bout
was to have been for six rounds, but It
only lasted on minute and thirty-eight seo
tmds. Brady led for Gaskln's face and
thereby left an opening for his wind.
Gaskln found It good and plenty with hia
left and followed it with a right to the
Jaw that sent Hrady to the floor for tha
KKI.KilOl 9 XOT1CS.
Rr. Father J. R. Vol O. P., former
prior and pastor of Bt. Louis Bert ran da
church, Louisville, has resigned the presi
dency of St. Patrick's college, ColumbusL
O.. to devote himself to literary work and
to the preparation of articles for tha
Individual communion cups, by order of
the sensinn of the Second church of Chi
cago, will Boon replace the tankards and)
goblets that have a heretofore graced tha
service, the church In this following tha
customs prevailing In mot of the Pres
byterian churches of the city and suburbs.
Bishop A. W. Wilson, the much beloveJ.
and one of the ablest ministers of tha
Msthodtst denomination, will celebrate his
7M borthday ut his home n Baltimore, on
February 6. and n March 4 will celebrata
his golden wedding Bishop Wllw n ha
made five trips t China and two to Brasil,
and he and Dr. Iamhuth have been elct4
to attend tho centennial celebration of the
landing of the first nroteMtarit mlssl una rv
In China st Rhanshaf during the summer,
and he xicta to be abroad ten mo-iths.
1 no iimci.il t atlioiic directory p;it,l!i,hed
In Milwaukee lr wm ti'.it the i'"'h4io
population of the Cnlted States at the rinse
of 1'. was lS.'k'i.j:. an Increase of 47 9
over the prlvlous year. The total number
of Catholic clergymen is lfi."K3. an Increawa
of . During the year 1; there were 334
new Catholic churches eM iblNhei, mskn
he grand total of Catholic churches 1214s.
There are elghtv-slx ecclesiastical sem
insrirs. with i 7 student", and 48fi4
parochial schmls with a acgregat at
lebdauo (if l.ofe.sU.
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