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THE BEE: OMAHA TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1000.
REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
FARM AM) IHNfll l..M KOR MLEFAHM AMI II fll LtMl OH SAI.H
.v Th ,A,l"!'!''1r i,yi& conslut of 1n.flrr seres of the finest narleii'tural land In
tn world. This tract 1 a strlctlv American colony wl'h American school, Amerl
can Churches and American newspapers.
Thin tract la near Tamplco, one of t ho finest hoi-horn on the gulf const. Thev
grow two crops of corrt eacn y ar. An Ideul climate. No tteezlns; nor frost; no
extremn heat ,ln the aiunnvr. Corn, fibor. orsr.st-s and lomona are a great success In
thla locality. An Ideal Mock country, entile grow and fatten the year round on the
native grasses. Helng near the coat, this tract has an abundant ralnfull. foil It
black, rich roam.'
Wonderful possibilities for money m-iktrg. Corn makea from 25 to GO bushels to
the acre and finds a ready market at $1 00 per bushel In gold. Fiber, two vcars after
planting, ylolda a profit of 175 to I1W.00 per acre net. Vegetable f re fch every
month In the year. Oranges, lemons and grapefruit are very profitable crops. Mexi
can labor cost 374 Cents per day.
This land Is being sold at $12.00 per acre. In fiO-acre tracts $2.00 per acre cash, bal
ance on easy terms. Hundreds of Nebraska and Iowa farmers have purchased land,
and a part of them are now living on the Atascador Tract.
Call or write for literature, giving a full description of thla wonderful country,
and for a list of names of Nebraska and Iowa parties who have purchased some of
An excursion party will leave Omaha with ns on January 4th to vfalt this tract.
Arrange to go with us and see this country and Its products for yourself. Kailnod
fare for the round trip from Omaha to Taniptco, Mexico, and return, Is only $41.75.
Mexico Gulf Coast Land Co.,
671 Brandeis Bldg,. Omaha, Neb.
MINNESOTA farma for bargains.
F. M. Vuung, riallmngulb, Neb.
We save 110.000 acres of choice land to
elect from, ranKlng In price from li to
$ per acre, 'lint land , la the oil an
as district and you. Might get su oU kU
with i our land.
NOWATA U.M' AMi LOT Lu,
Bull 124 Ni w Yui k l.lf Ulilg
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$r00 to $D,000 on homes in Omaha O'Keefe
Real Estute Co., 1001 N. Y. L,Ue. Doug, ur
LOANS to home owners and borne build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
luents semi-annually No commission.
W. H. THOMAS,
03 First Nail nial bank Bldg.
SECOND MORTGAGii loans negotiated.
Apply Hooms 417-18 Kiist -National Bank
Bldg. Bell phone Douglas 231.
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co
OF INTEREST TO INVESTORS.
I have to offer three purchase money
..ortgages to the amount of $.S,OD on farms
. ortii twice that amount; three years to
uti, to net Investor 5V4 per cent per an
. uin ; notes endorse and payment guar-
umueu uy nit j en, who ib worm more
ii a;i iiuu.ouu;.' malting the security doubly
iaio. Whoever wants these should act at
$100 to $10,000 made promptly, b". D. Wrad
Wead Bldg.. laili- and Farnam.
FIVB. PER CENT MONET
.. to loan on
... Omaha Business Property.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg:
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam 8t.
PAYNE; ftOBTWTCK-' CO.; N. Y. lAte.
Private money, $000 to $6,000; low rate.
LOWE8T RATES Bemls. Brandeis Bldg.
OARVIN 11ROS.. SIS N. Y. Life, $500 to
$300,000 on In. proved property. No delay.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE' HAVE liUYEKS FOK
5, and 7- room houses. If prices are right
we can sew your property lor you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite iJ4 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED To buy or rent on Omaha cu
Mne a house with t or 4 acres. Address
MO. Hue. ,
FOUR BRAND NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE"
In out lie western part of Omaha, free
from Incumbrance of any kind, modern.
Want land at Hunt price.
Meat market, slaughter house, Ice house
doing fine business In growing Nebraska
town. Want Omaha property or land.
6-room modern house, large lot, east front
In western part of Omaha. Want clear
land; price must be right; we huve no
time for whittling.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO.,
- Suite H2 New York Life Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
. BEST price paid for second-hsnd furnl
tui. carpet . clothing and shoes TeL Du
BALTIMORE M-hanI store pays best
price Id-hand furniture, clothes, eto. D IL'tii
HIGHEST price paid for broken watches
old gold, etc. M - Nathan, 211 b. 13th.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED at once by party of t for J
lth board In private family. Location
must be good. Willing to pay llbeieT
fur satisfactory rooms. . Address W-Jn.
WANTED By young man. plaoe to work
for board while attending Boyles college.
47 per cent Sunday
16 per cent for the week
More jpmaha real estate adver
tised last week in the Bee
than that of its nearest competitor
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a spe
cial meeting of the Stockholders of The
Missouri Puciflc Railway Compa.iy '..111 be
held at the principal office of said Com
pany, in the Missouri Pacific Building, No.
7H5 Market Street, In the City of St. Louis,
Missouri, on Tuesday, the 18th day of
January, 1910. at nine o'clock In the fore
noon of that day, to consider and act upjn
the following propositions:
(a) To adopt a code of by-laws for the
(b) To ratify, assent to and arprove a
certain Indenture of lease bearing date the
16tli day of July, 1009, by and between
Boonville, St. Lotls & Southern Hallway
Company, . corporation of the State of
Missouri, and this Company and authorized
on behalf of this Company'at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the ltiih
day of August, 1U09.
(c) Tu ratify, assent to and approve the
purchase by this Corruny of the whole or
any pail of the railroads and other prop
erly ai:U franchises of all or any of the
following named railroad companies:
Carthage and Western Railway Company,
Joplln and Western Railway Company, St.
Louis, oak Hill and Carondelet Railway
Company, Sedalla, Warsaw and South
western Railway Company, The Kansas
City Northwestern Railroad Company, The
Nebraska Southern Railway Company,
Omaha Belt Railway Company, Omaha
Southern Railway Company, pacific Rail
way Company In Nebraska, . The Pueblo
and State Lina Railroad Company, und
Kansas and Arkansas. Val:ey Railway.
(d) For the pui pose of refunding under
lying mortgage bonds and equipment obli
gations of the Company and for other cor
porate purposes, to consent to, concur in
' and authorize an Increase o the bonded
indebtedness of The Missouri Pacific Rail
way Company, by the amount of $175,000,000
by the Issue of Gold Bonds of the Com
puny, limited In the aggregate to the
principal amount of $175,Ouu,000 at any one
time outstanding, to bear Interest at a rate
or rates not to exceed five per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually, and all or
any part of such bonds, as the Board of
Directors may determine, to be convertible
at the option of the holders and registered
owners thereof Into stock of the Railway
Company upon such terms and Otherwise
as the Board of Directors may determine;
and to consent to concur In and authorise
the execution and delivery of a mortgage
and deed of trust on and of the whole or
part of the railroads and other property
and franchises of this Company whether
now owned or hereafter acquired, to secure
such Issue of bonds by this Company, and
to consider and act upon the form and
terms of such mortgage.
(e) To consent to and authorize the pur
chase by tliis Company from time to time
of not to exceed $26,000,000 par value of the
bonds of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern Railway Company.
if) To ratify the proceedings of the
Board of Directors, theretofore taken in
and about the matters aforesaid, including
lite authorization of said bonds and mori
4U.o und deed of trust and the use to be
made of said bonds, and to consider and
act upon such other business as may
properly bo transacted, fit the meeting.
The stock transfer books of the. Company
will be closed at 3 P. M. on the 7th rtav
of January, 1910, and will remain closed
until lo A. M. on the 19th day uf January,
Dated, New Yorx, November 17th, 1909.
By older of the Board of Dlrtctois.
GEORGE J. GOULD, President,
A. H. CALEF, Secretary.
The Missouri Pacific Railway Company,
195 Broadway, New YorU. Nov. 30th, 1909.
To the Stockholders of The Missouri Pacific
Railway Company Referring to the notice
sent to vou November 17th. lrwi, calling a
special meeting of the Stockholders of this
Compuny to be held on the Pith day of Jan
uary, 1010, you oro notified that the stock
transfer books ot this Company will be
closed at 3 o'clock p. m. December 8th,
190J, Instead of January 7th. D10, and re
main cloned until 10 o'clock a. m.xjanuary
19lh. 1910. This change In date Is made to
avoid any possibility of confusion In deal
ings In the stock and rights to subscribe
to bonds, prior to the date ot said special
meeting. If unable to attend the meeting
please sli;n and return the proxy which we
have already sent you. A. H. CALEF,
Nov. IS to Jan. 18. Secretary."
Nov. 18 to Jan. 13.
Notice U hereby given that the annual
..kcUhk of the atotkho.de.rs of The Bee
Jul. ding company will be held at 4 o'clock
.. in., Tuesday, January 18, IS) 10, at the
office ot said company in The Beo building,
Omaha, for the election of a board of di
rectors for the ersuing year and the trans
action of such other business as may prop
erly coma before such meeting.
C. C. ROSE WATER, Secretary,
Dec. 27-23t D & 8.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING OFFICE
of Lo Olass-Amlteewen Hardware com
pany, Omaha. Nebraska, December 11, 1909.
Notice Is hereby given to the stockholders
of Lee-Olass-Anrtreesen Hardware Com
tnjr that the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the company will be held at the
office of the said compsny, corner of Ninth
and Harney stree.s. In the city of Omaha,
In the state of Nebraska, on Tuesday, Jan
uary 11. A. D. 19:u. at $ o'clock p. in , for
the purpose of electing a board of direct
ors for the company to serve during the
ensuing year, and to transact such other
business as may be presented at such
meeting. H. J. LKh., President.
Attest: W. M. GLASS. Secretary.
Dll to J 11
OMAHA, DEC. 22, 1909. NOTICE IS
hereby give i that the annual meeting ot
the stockholders of the Omaha Gas com
pany will he held at the office of the
company, Vtf) Howard street, at 10:30 a. m.,
Monday, January 3, UI0. for the election of
directors for the ensuing ear. and for
the transaction of such business as may
come betore the meeting.
FRANK T. HAMILTON, President.
GEORGE W. CLABAL'GH, Secretary.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
l NIO STATION 10TII A MASON.
I nlon Pacific ,
Overland Limited a 7:20 am all :D pm
China and Japan Mall, .a 4:00 pm a6:t"0pni
Atlantic Express a 9:30 am
Oregon and Washington
Limited al2:01 am a 6:41; nm
Los Angeles Limited. .. .alI:M pm a8:'i0pm
Portland Special al2:fpm a8;0pm
Colorado Special a 1:45 am a 7: 0 am
North Platte Local a 8:15 am a 4:45 pm
Colorado Express a 3:50 pm a 5:00 pm
Grand Island Local a 5:2') pm Rl0:30am
Lincoln-Beatrice Local.. bl2 :40 pm b 1:20 pm
Valparaiso and Central
City bl2:40pm b 1:20 pm
Chicago, Rock Inland & Pacific.
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ...a 2:40 am nl0:30 pm
Iowa Local a 6:40 am a 4:30 pm
Chicago Day Express. ..a 7:42 am all:. 0 pm
Des Moines Local a 4:00 pm al2:30 pm
Iowa Iocal bl0:b5 am b 9:55 pt.i
Chicago-Eastern Ex a 4:40 pm a 1:15 pm
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd.. a 6:08 pm a 8:02 pm
for Lincoln a 8:25 am a 5:47 pm
Colo, and Cal. Ex a 1:2ft pm a 4:S0 pm
Okla. and Texas Ex. .. .a 4:06 pm a 1:00 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd....al0:40 pm a 2:26 am
Chicago A Northwestern. ,
Colorado-Chicago a 7:45 am a 1:30 am
Chicago Daylight Spl....a 7:00 am all Attain
Omaha-Chicago Local. ..al2:05 pin ali i') pin
Colorado-Chicago a, 5:20 pm a 3:8 pm
Omaha-Chicago Ppl a 6:o2 pm a 7.0) am
Pacific Coast-Chicago... a 6:0j pm a 3:28 pm
Limited a9:10pm al2:05pm
Overland Limited al2:15am a 7:05 am
Carroll Local a 4:16 am a 9:55 pm
Fast Local Cedar
Rapids-Omaha a J:.'5 pm
Twin City and Dakota
Daylight a 7:50 am al0:20pm
Minnesota and Dakota. .a 7:00 pm
Twin City Limited a9:u)pm a 7:10 am
Sioux City Local a 3:45 pm a 3:28 pm
Omaha a 9:10 am
Omaha all :00 am
NORTHWESTERN LINE WEST.
Norfolk-Ronesteel a 7:60 am Rl0:30 pm
Llncoln-Ix)ng Pine a 7:50 am all:00am
Norfolk.South Platte. ..b 2:15 pm b 5:20 pm
Hastings-Superior b 2:15 pm b 5:20 pm
Deadwood-Hot Springs. a 6:55 pm a5:3Jpm
Casper-Lander a 3:55 pm all:00am
Fremont-Albion b6:a0pm bl:3opm
K. C. and St. L. Ex...a9:40am a 6:35 am
K. C. & St. L. Ex. Lv.
Sat. 12 p. in all:15 pm a 5:50 pm
Chicago Express a 7:15 am a 3:45 pm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 7:15 pm
Minn.-Bt. Paul Exp b7:10atn
Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a 6:00 pm a 7:15 am
Omaha-Ft. Dodge Local. b 4:15 pm bll:L0am
(hlcaKo, Milwaukee & St. Paul.
Overland Limited al2:10am a 7:05 am
Omuha-Chicago Exp. ...a 7:00 am a9:ooaiii-
Colorado Special a 7:40 am a 1:30 am
Colo. -California Exp a 6:00 pm a 3:5 pm
Perry-Omaha Local b 6:16 pin all:0upm
Chicago Great Western
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm
Twin City Limited a 8:30 pm a8:0jam
Chicago Express a 3:45 pm
Twin City Express a 9:00 am a 9:i0 pm
Omaha-St. Louis Exp. ..a G:30 pm a 9:25 am
Mall and Express a 7:30am all;15pm
Stanbcrry Local (from
Council Blufis) b5:0Opm bl0:15 am
III RLINGTO.N ST A, lolll ii MASON
Denver and California. .a 4:10 pm
Puget Sound Express. ..a 4:10 pm
Nebraska points a :: am
Black Hills a 4:10 pm
Northwest Express all:30ptn
Nebraska points an:2jum
Lincoln Mall bl:2upm
Nebraska Express a 9:15 am
Lincoln Local n. 7:25 pm
Schuyler-Plattsmoutb ..b 3:05 pm
Plaltumouth-lowa a 918 am
Bellevue-Plattsmouth ..a 1:30pm
Colorado Limited all:3Jam
Chicugo Special a 7:20 am
Chicago Express a 4:20 pm
Chicago Fast Exp a6::i0pm
Iowa Local a 9:15 am
St. LoulB ExpreKs a 4:55 pm
Kansas City & St. Jue..al0:4u pm
Kansas City & St. Joe. .a 9:16 am
Kansas City & St. Joe. .a 4:55 pm
a 3:45 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 7:10 uin
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
b 9:08 am
a 7:5J pm
blO :20 am
a S:6u pal
a 2:40 pm
a 7:1 J am
nil: 10 pm
a 3:55 pm
a 8:00 am
a 11: 4., am
a 0:4o am
u 6:10 pm
WEBSTER ST A. 1. Mil & W liUSl'lill
Auburn Local b3:5opin bl2:10pm
t'hlcairo, St. Paul, Sltaueupolls
Sioux City Express
Sioux City Passenger..
Twin City Passenger..,
Sioux City Local
c ti:2J pm
.b 6::"0 am
,.c N;.'o am
..b 5:55 pm b 9:10 am
Emerson Local ...
CRUISES BE LUXE
(Hi imjt eat'b)
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JAN 1.". n.l tV.H. 10
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Know nkw york
IAK II 7.1
! ll'Mint Tniirt tit Nw Twlo Kotrw
UKItniCK" Ihrfiish the W-.r hkllut
SEW WKKKI.T BKHVHi
From Hew York Every Wednesday,
From Rermnala Kvery Satnruar.
Coufwtsbl or High Ckata Ciilsnir Orrbes.
tr Electric Pas Is all roomi.
Compltf Itluitrott Boeklttt on Ketruetl
TIE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO.
gAKDKRSOft BOH. 82 Stat St., !. r.
149 LsPalle Bt.. Chicago.
W. Tt. Beck. 1534 Tarnam St.. Omaha.
S1a . ....... I r
LEAVES SJ. Y. JAR. ,' 1B10.
Alt IOKrL 1
TRIP lHOrR MOST
Alaj nil" t Wast ladle ana Moutk iwnrv
U A MMCRCi-AMJCRIl AN L I
BHOAUWAI. M. Y., OA lOdti, AOSNTB.
The working-man is as careful
what his daughter reads tu the
banker. The Bee Is in most
tvery thrifty, self-respecting;
JESUS STAR OF CHILDHOOD
With Christ"! Coming, Litle Onei
Triumphed, Says Sr. Hyde.
BROUGHT LIGHT TO DEAD WORLD
Her. Kdnln Ilsrt Jrnkl Emphasises
the Importance of the Old Testa
ment Declaration Trinity
Parish to nrnaden Work.
"The rising Star of Bethlehem was the
rising star ot childhood." said Rev. R.
Scott Hyde. D. D., at Hanscom Park Meth
odist Eplncopal church Sunday morning.
"With the coming of Christ, childhood
came Into Its own. Trior to this time and
up to Christ's coming, virtue was scoffed
at, human society was at Its lowest moral
ebb and childhood struggled in a precarious
existence of hopeless abandonment
"There Is no narrative In universal lit
erature that has exerted the Interest of this
simple gospel story- from the second chap
ter of Luke. The night of Christ's blrtlj
was In beautiful harmony with the event,
that of bringing the supreme announce
ment, the tidings of great joy.
"Christ's coming was great tidings to the
lowly, for had He been bofn In a palace
and brought up In luxury His life would
have been without Its great lesson. His
after life wns In keeping with His birth.
He taught the leeson that It Is possible for
a man to be virtuous though far removed
from luxury, and that It was possible for
a man to be wealthy without being rich.
"His coming was tidings of great Joy to
all who had been born without a sense of
moral responsibility. He came as a Savior
to all men. When He came religion had
lost Its hope, paganism was waning and
darkness hud set In over the moral world
and it was the night of denpalr. But His
coming was the Light of Salvation and the
re-birth of Hope.
"Hli coming promised a moral regenera
tion of the world and brought the tidings
of peace and good will. In the days of
Herod there was no peace. It was an era
of blood and despair. It Is Impossible for
us to realize upon what misery the love
bllnded eyes of the Holy Llht then shone.
I bellevo that the time will come when
universal peace shall prevail; when truth
shall at last reign.
VGoodness, kindness, charity and good
will were forgotten when Christ was born
But with Christ's birth came that mnglc
touch that warmed the hearts of the poor
and the rich, the employer and the em
ployed, softened the cynicism of the miser
and the Iron hearts of selfish mankind.
"Oh, beautiful day that can so soften the
hearts of the world that it bends all man
kind to the tendi'iesf emotions of broth
erly love. So say we all. So think, feel
and act we all under the soothing, loving,
sweetening Influences of this blessed
Christmas day and week, that derives Its
heavenly Inspiration from the birth of he
Babe of Bethlehem." . .
TniiiTY to nrtotnrcjv its work
Dinhop Williams Sees Kerr Itesponsl-
bllltles In New Property.
Incident to the acquirement by' Trinity
cathedral of the Clarkson hbspita! property
on Dodge street. Right Rev. Arthur L.
Williams, bishop of the diocese of Ne
braska, spoke at the Sunday morning serv
ice of tho great opportunities confronting
"At the .close of another:, year and the
beginning of a new one wo ; have a great
work before us," he said. ,ldur church as
sociation has taken up some property that
will mean much for us In parrying on an
Important mission In the down-town dis
trict. The scope of our endeavor la thus
"Trinity cathedral now occupies a con
spicuous place In the work of Christianity,
but It Is destlnet for an even greater
place. Trinity cathedral Is , going to be;
to Omaha, what Grace church Is to Chi
cago. It will occupy a more significant
position in ministering to the people. With
the acquirement of the property on Dodge
street we are given means for greater en
deavor. Outside our own church walls we
are given an opportunity for more exten
"In connection with the' celebration of
Christmas, then, we have great cause to be
thankful. This Is a period of rejoicing.
In the present, however, we are not alone
Interested, for our work lies in the fu
ture." There were special celebrations of the
Holy Eucharist at Trinity cathedral Sun
duy. Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock the
children's entertainment will be held.
OLD TESTAMENT IS
lev. Edwin Jenks Points to llefer
ence II y Jesus Himself,
"The trouble with most people In their
understanding of the word of Qod Is that
they consider on!y the words of the New
Testament. We should also refer to the
Old Testament, for Jesus Christ refers to
the old scriptures when he says, 'search
tho scriptures,' " said Rev. Edwin Hart
Jcnks, pnstor of tho First Presbyterian
church, Sunday morning. For his text he
referred to the second chapter of Matthew,
wlur three t mes appea s the phrase, "that
it might be fulfilled, which was spoken by
"When we sometimes assert that Qod is
extravagant in His sayings, It Is we our
selves who are, wrong, and It Is because
An Inhalatloa for
Cresolena la a Boon Asthmatics.
I) oea U nut ni mora enact! a t braatha in a
ramadr far diira,ta of lha breathln orsA Uiu
ui uia Ilia muady Into lha alomauul
t'J-eaolene eurea bacaua sir. raadered
tronj-ly anliarptlo, la carried ovw dlaeaaad
urfao wllta avary brcalb, WId prolong (4 and
conalant treatment. It is InTaluahl to mother.
wits amall children.
TIiom of a on
will find lramadiata relief
from Coof h or Inflamed
Condition of th throat,
Send poaiel tot de
ISO Fulton Street.
0TT W 0
Thst's ths wey to feel EVERY ONE
does that takes a CASCARET ai(ht
BEFORE, whea he looks at tha fellow
who didn't. For OVER-EATINO aad
DRINKING nothing oa Earth cleans yon
out as a CASCARET, oaturelly-sasily,
without that upset sick feeling. Doo't
Behcet at bed time 9 P. M. or 4 A. M.
no difference you'll aeed it.
CAftCAKKTS toe a bos for a week's
treatment, all druggists. Biggest seller
la the world, attiliaa bua a anonta.
Santa Claus Gracious to
Omaha Women 'JThis Year
Santa Claus was especially generous this
year to a number of society women of
Omaha. Several electric broughams and
runabouts rre received by young women
and older ones well known In the social
Some beautiful Jewels were also received.
A prominent matron living out West Far
nam way received a beautiful collar cf
eight strands of pearls, hrld in placo with
burs of diamonds, A popular young so
ciety girl received an exquisite string of
pink pearls worth several thousand dollars.
Checks were also popular gfts and two
young matrons received beautiful homes
from their parents. Numerous exquisite
diamond pins and lavallera were also left
In the stockings, probably silk stockings
of Omaha women.
Social Everts of Hot at Which
Cong-enlal Ptcple Meet and En
joy Themselves to 4.hs Utmost.
Miss Margaret Baum was hostess today
at a beautifully appointed luncheon party
atther home In compllmenV to Miss Mar
garet Tuttle of Minneapolis, guest of Mis.
XV. D. Rancker and for Miss Sara Outcil.
Chicago, guest of 'Mtrs. J. E. Baum.
Christmas decorations were used and cov
ers were placed for twelve guests.
Judge and Mrs. E. Wakeloy entertained
at dinner on Christmas day, their guests
being Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wakeloy, Mrs.
Weeks. Mrs. Herbert E. Gates, Miss Nel
lie Wakeley, Mr. Arthur Wakeley, Jr.; Mr.
Lucius Wakeley and Mr. William Pease.
For the Future
rvsnts of Interest That Are On
Tbs reoal Boelal Calendar Tnat
Promise Moon cf Pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Learned will enter
tain at dinner this evening at the Omaha
club In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus
Kountze of New York City. Christmas
drooratlons will be used and red roses will
form the centerpiece for the table, which
will be lighted with red candles. Covers
will be placed for Mr. and Mrs. Augustus
Kountze, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. KounUe,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stewart, 2d, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles T. Kountze, Mr. and, Mrs.
William Sears Poppleton, Mr. and Mrs.
Ward Burgess, Mr.xand Mrs. V. B. Cald
well, Mr. and Mrs. George Peek, Mr. and
Mrs. 1j. I). Crufoot, Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Welch will give a
dancing party this evening at their home
on South Thirty-eighth street In honor of
their daughter little . Miss Blanche Welch
and her house guest Miss Kditha Kearney.
An elaborate ' decoration . of Christmas
bells aad greens will bo used throughout
the rooms. A feature of the evening will
be a large Jack Horner pie, which, will bo
filled with Santa Claus favors. The guests
present will include little Misses Harriet
Sherman, Marlon Hamilton, Mary Fuller,
Frances Hochsletler, Elsie Storz, Hazel
Updike, Kuth Kinsler, Marlon Coad, Clara
Daughcrty, Dorothy Smith, Greta O'Brien,
Reglna Connell, Helen Ingwersen, Alice
Coad, Helen Hayden, Helen Fcarce, Olga
Metx, Margaret Grlmmell, Helen Eastman,
Ruth and Irene Carter,' Editha Kearney
Blanche Corley Welch, Masters Malcomb
of our Ignorance. Let us consider the
Bible that God gave us and that He sent
His disciples out to preach.
"Men today tell us that Moses had old
document's from which he gathered his
data for the wonderful things he wrote
and preached. Perhaps he did. He tells
us of the beginning, of Adam and Eve the
setd of the woman will bruise the ser
pent's head a prophesy of something
that Is to come. He tells us of multiplied
things which point to the fact that 3esus
Christ Is to come.
"If only one of these prophesies referred
to Jesus Christ, the doubters might have
some ground on which to stand, but when
one after another In an unbroken line
refer undewrab'.y to Jesus Christ, the
Son of God, there can no longer be any
doubt. The old prophets pictured the
scenes of the crucifixion. The first chap
ter of Genesis and the laBt chapter of
Revelation fit together and all the Inter
mediate chapters belong where they are
found. A freehand sketch of Jesus Christ
is pictured in the Old Testament. Line
after line works out to show Just what
was to come. Socrates stood on the cor
ners (f the stre ts of Athens and prophos ed
Jesus Christ, for Socrates saw His day
and was glad. The whole' wide world
looked for Jesus Christ because He was
A special musical service was held in
the evening, when Miss Webber sang
Dudley Buck's "The Virgin's Lullaby,"
and Miss Webber and Mr. Johnson sang
"The Angel of Light," by Coombs.
J0HAN JENSEN'S FINAL
CALL COMES SUDDENLY
Omaha Man at Daaatater'a Home for
Christmas When He ts Taken
Johan Jensen of Omaha died shortly be
fore midnight Saturday at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Chris Peterson, 607 West
Washington, Council Bluffs. Mr. Jensen,
who lacked a few days of being 67 years
of age, while not feeling well, as he was
suffering from a severe cold, came to take
Christmas dinner with his daughter and
her family. When dinner time arrived
Mr. Jensen complained of feeling very sick
and was unable to partake of any dinner.
Later In the evening he began to sink
rapidly and shortly before midnight he
Besides the daughter at whose home he
died, Mr. Jensen Is survived by another
daughter, Miss Marie Jensen of Under
wood, la., and a son, Hans Jensen of Lin
coln, Neb. Arrangements for the funeral
have not been completed.
NERO SENTENCED TO DEATH
Dog Who Mites a Bop for Christmas
la Given the Extreme
Big shaggy Nero, the guardian of the
home ef John Oanan, Twenty-sixth street
and Park avenue, must die, despite the
plea of his master that he bit little John
Romenek, 12 years of age. In honorable
Nero went coasting with the boys Chrlst-
Raldrige, Clarence Squires. Judson Squires,
Edward DauRhorty, Raymond Millard, Wll
lard Millard, John Hannlghen, DwlRlit
Evans, Howard Nelson, Tom Klnsler, Ed
ward Fuller, Robert Stoti. Preston Holi
day, Frank Campbell, Myron Hochsletlt r.
Daniel McCarthy, James Connell and
One of the larger affairs this evening for
the school set will be ths dancing party
given by Mrs. Edward Rosewater at the
Normandle In honor of Miss Margaret
Adams and Miss Nellie Elgutter. Christ
mas decorations of red and green will b
used and bctneen sixty and seventy young
peoplo will be present. t
Complimentary to Miss Ediths Kearney,
guest of Miss BJanche Welch, Miss Frances
Hoohstefler wlHtglve a matinee party Fri
day aftfrnoon at the Orpheum.
Mrs. W. D. Rancker will entertain at
supj cr Wednrsday evenfng for some of the
members of the school set In honor of her
guest, Miss Margaret Tuttle of Minne
apolis. Personal Gossip
Where the people Are, When
They Are Going und. When
Tbty Expect to Butnrn Kerne.
Mr. Harold Prltchett has returned from
a northern trip.
Mr. Ren Rlcck has gone to New York
City, his former home, for a fortnight's
Miss Hazel Saben of Beatrice, Neb., will
. (J Urt 1U wnum UIPUUIC liini v'"-
Tyi I best method to gain color.
mini 1 1 hi am w - i -
Improve the system and
strknethon the blood until
Inner glow Bhlnes through.
an expert. Unfortunately
this Is easier suggested than
done, and many times such
outside conditions ns ara necs
sary to success are difficult to se-
cure. For Instance, outdoor air Is part
of the treatment, and this In Itself Is
out of the question for a girl who
works down town every day In the
woek. This frish air method W.tfi
unavailable, external applications,
.which I do not advocate., are not
harmful If put on with discretion. By
that I means to remove these cosme
tics within a few hours, so the pores
will not be clogged with foreign mat
ter. Some stains are entirely without
Injurious properties except when they
stay on the skin for hours, days and
nights at a time. In such event the
simplest application 1b deleterious.
A liquid which will mnke the face
pink Is oomposed of one gill of white
wine vinegar, three-quarters of an
ounce of honey, strained, three-eighths
of an ounce of Isinglass, one-quartor
of an ounce of ground nutmeg -and
one-eighth of a dram of shredded red
sandalwood. The Ingredients are put
Into a smooth bgate or porcelain
saucepan and slowly brought to the
boiling point. They are kept at that,
without bubbling, for half an hour,
mas day and Johnnie s iys that his dogshlp
got peeved about something and fastened
nls teeth Into his leg.
"I didn't do a thing," declared the boy.
"Why, I never even spoke to the dog."
Death for the dog alone can appease the
court. The owner promised.
PARK RECALLED TO CHICAGO
(joes Bark to Conference of Hallroiad
Ulunageri and Representatives
W, L. Park of Omaha, general superin
tendent of the Union Pacific lines, has
been recalled to Chicago to take part In
the conference of railroad managers with
representatives of the Brotherhood of Lo
comotive Firemen. The firemen ask for an
Increase in wages and a new working
The representatives of the firemen's or
I V V mm h --u--r
arc huny quaint bits of oriental life.
On the way is that world-wonder, the
i mils 4 o r milpo uri nA 1 m
alv fnu mir rte Ins. f?i1ifmi. l.i,mtM
booklet, Samuel l.arnnir, fieri. Agt , A T S r l(v.,
0S Sixth STraut, les Mgiues. Iowa.
be the guest of Miss Marie Harden this
Miss Rrownle Bess ltnutn will leave Mon
day for a week's visit with Miss Oertrudo
Fitzgerald In Chicago. -
Mr. Janus Woodcrd of Roundup, Wyo.,
Is spending the holidays as the guest of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Woodard.
Mr. Harry Carpenter, who Is. attending
the University of Wisconsin, la spending
the holidays In Omaha with his mother,
Mrs. Frank Carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. El wood Bailey of St. Joseph,
Mo., who expected to spmd the holidays
In Omaha, guests of Mrs. Bailey's parents,
Mr and Mrs. J. O. riiilllppt, have post
poned their visit. ,
Mr. Frank--Selby, who Is attending Cor
nel! university, has returned for the holi
days and la at the home ot his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Selby, In Dundee.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hays of Lincoln are
sp tiding the holidays In Omaha, guest ot
Mrs. Hays' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
M. Rose, at 2020 Harney street. Miss
Mabel Hays of Lincoln la expected the lat
ter part of this week, to bo the guest of
Mrs. Clyde Hays for a few daya.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Moody left last
night for a few weeks trip eust. Mr.
Moody goes on a business trip ami Mrs.
Mcody goes to Pittsburg, Washington,
Philadelphia and will stop a few days In
Cl.lcago on her return trip. Mrs Moody
expects to be home about January 10.
Miss Anna Cleveland, leading woman of
the Grew Stock company of St. Joseph.
Mo., spent Christmas In Omaha, giving two
performances at the flnyety. Miss Cleve
land Is wTU known socially here, whero
she has visited on several occasions, tha
guest of her uncle, Mr. John S. Collins, and
her cousin, Mrs. Herbtrt Gates.
Miss Lynn Curtis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. 8. H. Curtis, will leave Tuearlay, De
cember 2S, for Denver, to be the guest of
Mrs. Charles Whitehead and Mrs. Lillian
Jacobs. Miss Curtis will be present at tho
animal dnnce given on New Year's eve at
the Denver club, ono of the largest and
most brilliant social affairs of the season.
when the liquid Is left to cool and is
strained through a pleoe of muslin. It
Is then put on the complexion with a
soft cloth and allowed to dry on. It
should be washed off at night If the
shado Is not dark enough, tt may be
Incrensed by adding a larger quantity
A powder Is more difficult to mix,
but preferred by some persons. One
formula for a powder Is one dram of
carmine, one dram of oil of almonds
and two ounces of French chalk. The
powders are mixed and then are
worked Into tho oil by degrees. The
lamps are pressed through a ooarso
muslin, sifting In this fashion being
done several different times.. .This. Is
supposed to adhere to tho skin better
than those preparations tbat are leks
c:iy. " ' ; ' ; If d
A third liquid that makes a particu
larly good shade is composed of one
hnlf ounce of liquid ammonia, one
quarter ounce of test carmine, one
pint of rosewater and.Juilf an ounce
of rose extract. The ammonia and
carmine are put Into a bottle to
gether, where they stand for forty
eight hours. This mixture must be
shaken (Several times. After that the
rosewater and extract ara added. If
there Is any sediment It must be
poured off. The preparation Is better
if allowed to stand for ton days be
The objection to this formula Is
that ammonta applied regularly may
dry the skin.
der and the railroad managers have been
in session for several days, but It Is exi
pected there will be an amicable settlement
this week. A. L. Mohler, vice president
and general manager of the Union Pacific,
attended some of the conferences, then
went on to New York where he has been
in conference with Judge Robert I Lovett,
president of the Iiarrlman system.
Frliihtened Into Fits
by fear of appondicltis, take Dr. King's
New Life Pills, and away goes bowel
trouble. Guaranteed. JGo. ; For. sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
Chainberlaiu't Cough Remedy cures the
woi st colds. Try 't. .
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A Pullman takes you to the '
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country club Fred Harvey management.
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You will enjoy the Fred Harrey dinirig
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