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THE BUK: UMA11A, MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1910.
.( CoiU.ua ued.)
niTT.UT.A 1 VSJ No. 17002. Guaranteed
PRIVATE HOMO during confinement,
babies for adoption. Good Samaritan Banl
torium, 740 1st A'., Council ttiuUa. Ia.
ii no rns tNriNT udufi
Tour renewal for tha Saturday mnlnn
rout and Ladles' Horn Journal la worth
trv. to the Chllil'a Kavlnc Institute. 1700
already earned. Write OOKDON, Tha
Mailna Man, Omaha, or phone Douglas
7163. Kuan mem in.
WTflSu'd toupe for men. GRIFFITH.
""-ia and 14 TOLNZtK BLK.
MMB. ALLEN of Chicago, aalt clow. mag
netic and massage treatment, a7 N. v7th.
THB SALVATrON ARMY solicits caat-ofi
Clothing. In fact anything you do not need
Wa collect repair and aell at 1M N. 11th
Bt.. for coat at collection, to tha worthy
poor. Call 'phone Douglas iUS and ioi
MAGNETIC treatment. Emmerlin Urott.
T32Z a 16th, upatalrav Doug. 6188.
JOSIR WASHBCBiN'S new book.
Underworld Swe' aold at ail book atoras
treatment. Mm. Smith
Ki e. wi n st. tnira noor
DR.' ROGERS' private confinement noma
Kiit Marina ot. rnone uougla woo.
MISS LA ORANB, baths, massage. KIT
Dodge hi., Daaement net. Hour, Dim
to p. m. .
A HOME for women during confinement I
W find home-for babie where mother I
cannot care for them, Bable boarded I
For terma addreaa Mrs. Martha A. Iea.
401 Bancroft HL, Omaha, Neb. 'Phone
Dougla WL . .
WB rent and repair all kind of ewlng
rnaotiine. inn.- . iwsj, noug. iwst.
NEHRASRA CYCLE CO..
lth and Itarney St.
MASSAGE! AND PATHS.
R. Ml Old Boston Store Bldg., 4th floor.
izu B. lbtn Bt stairway on Dougla St
SWEDISH massage. 107 N. 17th St.
MAGNETIC and maaaage treatment SU
No. 16th 8t
MASQUE ult to rent. Tbeo. Lleben.
WANTED The preetnt addre of Mr.
c A. coiner, maiden name Leta Yokum.
lat heard from In November, 1906: was
then at Vienna hotel, Omaha. She I fourth
heir In a large estate,. Suitable reward will
be given for denired Information. M
unvia .f ickle, git Packard St., Armourdale,
Boreenlnga. 11.64 100 Iba. Wagner, Wl N. Wtb
Ii. P. STONE A-CO. poultry yard hav
some fine bargain in nose uamn v i.
Red -cockerel at II to 13.
cockereia at 11 to S3. guarantee to
.a you. My circular ofr pen imttinu 1
i. Ready Deoember 15. . II. P, Ston I
to Co., Piatt Center, Neb.
ALSEN Poultry Farm For alo. WhK
Rock cockereia; price, i to Thae birdt
are Jut like my iirxt premium cockerels ai
the interstate tatr. t rice nut irea. ri. r.
Larson, Beref rd. 8. D.
ROSE COMB White Leghorn Cockcrolj
for sale 1 each, or six for . Mra. John
Ktapp, Palmer. ' Neb.
A few mor R. C. B.' Leghorn and Iloudan
cockerel for sale at II each. Ueo. J. Wol-
cott, Central C'lyi.Neb,
'PHONE IND. A-20 for good printing.
Lyngstad Printing Co.. 16th & Capitol Ave.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
REED ABSTRACT CO., Et. 1858; prompt
aervloe; get our price. 1710 f arnam bt
t-Aina ni. i. .
BENJAMIN . B. CO.. 477 Brandel Bldg.
REAL. ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
CHA8. E. WILLIAMSON. President.,
CITY' PROPERTY FOR SALE.
ROOM9 STRICTLY MODERN.
'Corner, paved street, large lot, near can
mall amount ann, oaiance
VERY EASY TERM3.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suit 824 New York Life Bldg.
DO YOIT want a good home, modern ex
cept furnce, five rooms; can be made Into
aeven.rnom house: half acre of ground:
th St. and Ave. A, Council Bluffs? Just
ten minutes' ride to heart of Omaha. Here
I a nap for the right party. Term, part
v. -v a f i i aKalA iruaH
FTr aale- b owner needs The money. Adl
dress It, Omaha Bee, IS Scott St., Co.
li.tnrv anartment flat. lot S0x!40. yearly
rental H.ObO, within walking distance of
4 2-tory apartment flat, lot 66x140, east
front, paved street, 6-room cottage In rear,
north part of .city between Clark and
Grace Sis., annual rontal 1:S4. 17,600.
Btnre hnllrilna- with 4 aflartment flats on
Clark and 30th St., lot 66x80, annual rental,
-tjry double brick house, witn ground
basement all modern, one block south , of
Lka and 20th Sts.. Cost Ut.OOO to DUIld, 101
l.ot 3xl.i2. IH-storv house, big building
tn rear with 4 auartments. flat and hop,
on Burt Si. bet lull) and lttth 8t. Can
be bought lor to.WU. ...
4 cottage, Xlst and Clark Sta lot hoxiio,
yearly rental 1732. 14.700.
A nice .six-room cottage with cement
ii. i . i .. . n: , i ,1 ........ I -
collar, mmmt. ouui iui miailw, hi uvu i .'-'", i
ood looatlon. A nice place for someone
r a borne, rente . for lUi.&O imr inontli.
D Dougnt tor xi.buu.
C. M. BtCHMANN,
438 Paxton Blk.
7 iROOM9 STRICTLY MODERN.
In western part of town, lot Mxl30, pnved
street concrete walk; house I brand new;
will sell at very low price ii taken soon.
NOWATA LAND AND I.UT tJU.,
Suite CM New York LKe Bldg.
MAKE m an offer for lots 5 and 6,
block (, Thornburg Place.
J. H. PARltOTTK. 128 Bd. Trade.
JCAST FRONT CORNER LOT.
Oaa. aewer and city water; near two car
line; on grade and in one 01 me .nosi
progressiva neighborhoods in Omaha.
. A SUKE SNAP AT $500.
Nowata Land and Lot Co., Suite 634 New
York Llfa Bldg. 'Phone Red VMV.
6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. 12,600.
Full lot shad and fruit tree, naved
strftet .MinrmtM walk; 211 Mania St. Look
at It; part of tha payments most easy. And
then, w nave others, isowaia i.tuia urni
Lot Co.. Suite 624 New York Life Bldg.
'Phone Ited IStB.
173 FT, EAST FRONT ON
Trent, on ttarea gtreet. .hort distance
outh of Farnam. One of the cholce.t
location in Omaha for apartment house.
Owner wanta offer. . .
NOWATA LAWl' IA l ism. ,
Suite 64 New York Life Bldg. Ited 1999.
EIGHT ROOMS MODERN
Everything right up to the minute; gar
age electric lighted; lot 75 feet front; one
block Farnam car; aurely a bargain at
"ijUWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suit 624 New York Life Bldg.
On Slat St.. half blpek ear line, near
Hatiaeoin park, large lot, goo barn and
drlveaay, excellent aelghborbood; a very
cteap place at
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suit &ii New York Life Bldg.
HEAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
- FOR LAND
OWNER will exchaiiK Omaha roatdeace;
on of the best in eity, for good land,
wild or Improved. House, I rooms, modern,
large lot, barn; In desirable location. Might
nut tn Home cash. Will give, govd trad.
. O. Bux, ta city.
rRK Al H I.AWO FOR 1 AL.B
TOflflO ACTtF.S nl fertile. Irrigable land on
the Cotllla rotate la tha fan Luis Valley
of Colorado. The mim of Colorado land,
with perpetual water right. J."" acre to
sell at $50. 20.000 acre aold since March.
pw. Write for advertising literature.
COSTILLA IRRIGATED LAND CO..
312 Hallway Exchange llldg., Denver (.010.
MINNESOTA farm for bargain.
F. M. Youds. Flaltamoutlu Nab.
FOR fiAI.E-15 DOWN. 15 MO.V. . LY-
bnv 40 acres good timber land, Maries Co.,
Mo. Price llffi.OO. title perfect. Write for
list. Address K. C. jarreil, Eldorado
FARM BARGAIN -Must ba aold on ac
count of owner' health; well Improved
iJO-acre farm, seven and a quarter mile
from town; price, Wc- per acre:, easy terms.
j. 1. uampoeii, .uitcmieia, nno.
FOR SALE RellnaulBhment to home-
dead of Irrigated land under the govern
ment ditch near Scott a Blurr; water on
land and half of It ready for crop. Address
M. care Bee, 15 Scott St.. Council Bluff.
aire - imnn -- ne .hni,.a tan ta
(elect from, ranging In prloa from U to
ia par acre. This land i In the oil ant
ga district and yoi might get tu oil well
attn your land.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.
Suit 424 New Tor Life Bldg.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm and stanch Land.
DAIRY FARM FOR RENT.
A enlemtld 400-acr farm, about 6 mile
west of Omaha postoffice on the Dodge
street maeadamlxed roat; gooa improve
ments; a large amount In alfalfa Wnotliii
and clover; good pature; good water s-
tem ana living waier; duui u i l lc"
In orchard. A very good place in every
way. George O. Clark. IS rean Bt.. toun
ell Bluff, Iowa. Telephone 174.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
oiri-nvj-i MORTGAGE loan negotiated
Annlv Room 417-18 First Natloual Bank
Bldg. Bell phone Xougla 131&.
Always on hand and for sale
. tiofi tn 000
amounts from ,JUU to Jd.UUV.
BENSON & MYElto,
412 N. Y. Life Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne lnveatment Co.
WANTED City loan Petera Truat Co.
Peters Trust Co.
N. Y. Life Bldg. ,
inn . - m 1 1 n... t,,imntlv W ll VVa.,1
L We&d Bug., lain ana rarnam.
tttO to 15.000 on bomea ia Omaha. 0Keete
Real Kbtal Co.. 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or
' WANTED City loans' and warrant. W.
Fa mam bmtih ft Co.. 132U Faxuam Bt
LOWEST RATES' Bemis. Urandel Bldg.
IjOANS to home owner and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay-
B.ynu enii-unnuaiiy io coiumiuioo.
W. ri. THOMAS,
. Kl First National Bank Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT MONET
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room L New York Life Bldgi
PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO., N. Y. Ute.
f'-'vat. money. to 16,000; low rate.
GARVIN BROS.. 218 N. T. I.ir. tvio m
00.000 on improved property.. No delay.
5 Per Cent Loan
secured by first mortgage on 320 acre farm
worm more tnar. iw per acta.
w. o. URE,
604 Beo Bldg. Omaha,
EASTERN Nebraska farm loan and
loans on hlah-erade Omaha residence OroD
erty at low interest. Outionai payments.
no delay. I. Sibbertisen, Old Boston Store
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE UAVE BUYEKS FOB
t, 6 and 7- room Louses. If prices are right
wa can sew your property tor you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
Suit 24 N. Y. Lite Bldg.
FOUR BRAND NEW -ROOM HOUSE"
In southewestern part of Omaha, free
from Incumbrance of any kind, modern.
Want land at right price.
. Meat murket, alaughter house, Ice house
doing fine business in growing. Nebraska
town. Want Omaha property or land. -
&-rnnm modern hnuu mram In a.ul fhnt
I ..(. n, ...... 0-.1,. u'-,..
land; price must be right; w bav no
time for whittling.
NOWATA LAND tk LOT CO.,
Suit 624 New York Life Bldg.
Kimball County Land to Trade
640 acres, being Sec , Twp. 15, Rang (3;
three miles from railroad; bought on It U.
0 'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
10U1- N. T. Life. Doug, or A-Z1&2.
FINE HOME IN DUNDEE
Fin 8-roura house, full lot, located at
48th and Capitol Ave.; all modern. In fine
Condition, r air oiock lo car; price, lo.ouo;
c ots' cBtU
Ve u ouick
si v nr.
liouo. in trade equity for va
lock of goods, or win
to l,6o0. What have
Dean-Andrew Co.. at!
N. Y. Life.
TRADE? Of course I will for anything
ana do it quick. James Pearson, Moore-
field. Neb. . i
WANTED TO BUY
BEST pne paid for eeond-Land furnl.
tuie, carpets, clinking and shoe. Tat luug
HIGHEST price paid for broken watch,
i2 gold. etc. U. Nathan, 1U u. ltta.
upright piano. 'Phone
RALTTMORE 2d-hand lor pays best
price id-hand furniture, clothe, ctu. 1. 42&
WANTED By young man. place to work
for board while avtendiug Buyl aollag.
POSITION WANTED Engineer, machin
ist, all round repair man. M year ex wi t
now. lies! of Itifontuoea, Addreaa JT-Tue;
WANTED A Doeltlon in wentern Neh .
Colorado or Wyomiug by a practical Jew
eler of SO yenrs' experience; fine watch
workman; registered optometrist In Neb ;
understands drugs Addtesa Y 128. ear
WANTED TO RENT
Good permanent nartv wlsnes two-room
office. Must fnce strevt. . Willing to leae
satisfactory ofIce for" term of years.
Add res j-7! care Bee.
WANTED At once, hv two Initio em
ployed during the day, two or three mod
ern unfttrnlxhed room, with hoard. In
private Tftniny. Address. K NH Bee.
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDER!' MI-JETINO.
noth-'k is ii!-..nn.t;r uivk.n that a ape
cial meeting of the Stockholders of The
Missouri pacific Railway Coitipa.iy will be
held at tho principal office of said Com-
)any, in the Missouri Faciflo Building, No.
06 Market Street, In the City cf St. Louis.
Missouri, on Tuetduy, the ISth day of
January, 1010, at nine o'clock In the fore
noon of that day, to consider and act upon
tne rouowing piopusiuutis:
a) To adopt a code of by-law for the
(b) to ratiiy, assent to and approve a
certain indenture of lease bearing date tho
tMh day of July, It (9. by and between
Boonviile, St. lui ft Southern Rail ay
Company, corporation of the Srtate of
Mtsaoui', p.na tins company and authorltei
on behalf of this Company at a meeting of
tl. Board of Directors, held on the ltitii
dtv of August, litft. '
(c) To ratiiy. ausent to ln approve the
purchase by this Company of the whole or
any part of the ral.roads and other prop
erty and irancnisca oi ail or aov of tne
following named railroad .umpanlea:
Carthatse and Western Hallway Company,
Juplin and Westem Hallway Company, St
Louie. uaK tun ana Carondelet Railway
Company, Sedaila, Warsaw and South
western Railway Company, Tne Kansas
City Northwestern Railroad Company, Tho
Nebiaska Southern Hallway Company.
Omaha Belt Railway Company, omana
Southern Hallway Company, A-acitic Kail
way Company In Nemaska, The Pueblo
and State Lin) Railroad Company, and
Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway.
(d) For the puipose of refunding under
lying mortgage bunds and equipment obli
gations of the Company and for mhor cor
porate Durtioscs. to consent to. concur in
and authorise din Increase oi the bonded
Indebtedn. ss ol The Missouri Paciflo Rall-
uy Company, by the amount of elid.Ouo.uiO
by the isfiie oz uoid Bonds ot tne coin
pany, limited In the aggregate to tne
principal amount of 17D -.' any one
time outstanding, to bear Interest at a rate
or rates not to excoed five per cent per
annum, payable semt-annuauy, and all or
any part of such bonds, as the Board ot
Directors may determine, to be convertible
at the option of the holders and registered
owners therei t Into stuck or tne Railway
Company upon such terms and otnerwise
aa the Board ot Director may determine;
and to consent to concur In and autnorl,
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 till Company whether
now owned of hereafter acquired, to secure
such issue of bonds by this Company, and
to consider one. act upon the form and
terms of such mortgage,
(e) To consent to and authorize the pur
chase by this Company from time to time
of not to exceed $2t,0uo,OO0 par value of the
bonds of the St Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern Hallway Company.
(f) To ratify the proceedings of the
Board of Directors theretofore . taken In
and about the mitters aforesaid, including
the authorlzatlor of said bonds and mort
gage and deed of trust and the us to be
made ot sua uonas, anu to consider ano
act upon Much other business as may
properly bo transacted at tn meeting.
The stock transfer books of the Company
will be closed at 3 P. M. on the 7th dai
of January, 1910, and will remain cioetm
nntil 10 A. M. on the 19th day ot January,
Dated, New Yore, November 17th, 1909.
By order of the Board of Director.
GEORGE J. GOULD, President
A. H. CALEF. Secretary. ,
"The Missouri Pacific Railway Company,
196 Broadway. New York. Nov. 30th. 1908
To the Stockholders of The Missouri Pacific
Railway Company- Referring to the notice
sent to vou November 17th. 1909. calling
special meeting of the Stockholders of this
company to be held on the uth day of Jan
uivy. 1910. you are notified that the stock
transfer books oi this Company will be
c.oaed at a o clock p. m. December 8th
1309. Instead of January 7th. 1910. and re
main closed until 10 o'clock a. m. January
19th, 1910. This change In date is made to
avoid any possibility of confusion In deal
ings tn th stock and right to nubacribe
to bonds, prior to the date of said special
meeting. If unable to attend the meeting
please sign and return the proxy which we
have already sent you. A. H. CALEF,
Nov. IB to Jan. 18. Secretary."
Nor. U to Jan. la,
PAPER FOR THE PUBLIC PRINTING
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received
until January 21, 1910, at 10:30 o'clock a. m
for furnishing tha PAPER for the PUBLlii
PRINTING and BINDING for the year
ending 2Sth of February, 1911, the said pro
posals to be opened before and the award
of contracts to be mado by the Joint Com
mittee oi congress on Public printing to
the lowest and best bidder for the Interest
of the government, the committee reaerv
ing to Itself the right to rejeot any ana an
bids, aa Its judgment of the best Interest
of the government may dictate.
Detailed schedules of the description,
quantity and quality of the paper -required
accompanied by samples and blank pro.
posais, and giving the regulations witn
wnicn bidders must comply, can oe od
talned by addressing Sam'l B. Dqnnelly,
runuc jfrlnter, Washington, D. C.
The contract will be entered Into for cup
plying such quantities of paper a may be
neeaea ana no more.
The approximate estimated quantities set
forth In detail in the schedule comprise:
127,500 reams machine-finish printing paper
21,000 reams machine-finish printing paper
44,000 reams sized and super-calendered
white or tinted printing paper,
2,000'reams antique machine-finish print
36,100 reams white writing: paper, loft
dried, various sizes and weights.
10,600 ream colored writing paper, loft
dried, various size and weights.
1,100,000 pounds white writing paper, ma
chine dried, various size and
300,000 pounds white writing paper, water
marked U S M O.
S.OOO reams cover paper, variou Bice
1,000 pounds of best plate paper.
100. vuO pounds of best map paper.
700,000 pound superfine (single and dou
ble) coated book paper.
(16,000 pound manlla. paper, various size
Z.000 pounds plated bullet patch, various
4O4.000 pounds bond paper.
300,060 pounds safety bond paper, water
marked LI a M o.
30,000 pounds blue bond paper, water
marked U S M O.
3.000 pound parchment deed.
15o.0u0 sheets cardboard, vatlou colors,
size and waights.
730,000 sheets bristol board, various color,
sizes and weights.
750,000 pounds colored bristol and manlla
S.890 reams flrst-clas ledger paper,
laid or wove, various sizes and
8,000 reams second-class ledger paper,
white or blue, laid or wove, va
' rious slzts and weight.
100 ream tiseue and copying paper.
20 ream blotting paper, any required
standard color and weight.
610 reams nim ble, comb and lining pa
per, various miks.
650 reams typewriter paper, various
size and weight.
225 reams letter paper.
100 reams while Frmch folio, 17x22
3,000 pounds white paraffin paper 24x38
1,000 sheet parfhmer.t. 15x21 Inches.
Proposaia will be rtteived tor on thou
sand ream or more.
By direction of the Joint Commute of
CJongrt on Public Printing.'
SAM'L U. DONNELLY.
Washington, D. C, I'.c ember H, imw.
Notice la hereby given that the annual
meeting of the atockho dcr of The Bee
Building company will be held at 4 o'clock
p. m., Tuesday, January It. D10, at the
office of said company in The Bee building,
Omaha, for the election uf a boird of di
re, tors for the ersuing year ai.u the trans
action of such other business aa may prop
erly com before such meeting.
H. A HASKELL, Secretary.
STOCKHOLDERS' VKtTTrNG (im
of Lee-Glas-Andteesen Hardware com
pany. Omaha. Nebraska, Dcemher U. 1!X
Notice la hereby given, to. the stockholder
of lie-GIs-Ahdreeen Hardware Com-
nnv that the annual meeting of the stock
holder of the company will be held at the
office of the eald company, corner of Ninth
and Harney stree.a. In tha city of Omaha,
In the state or Nenraska, on luesday, Jan
uary II. A. D. 1910, at 8 o'clock p. m . for
the purpose of electing a beard of direct
ors for the company to 'serve during the
ensuing year, anu to transact such other
business as may be presented at such
meet ng. H. J. LEfcl, President
Attest: W. M. GLASS. Secretary.
Dll to J 11
RAILWAY TIME CARD
l.MOS STATIOJI xtrTH Je MASON.
Overland Limited a.T:20am all :63 pm
China and Japan Mall. .a 4:00 pm a 6:50 pm
Atlantic Kx press v :l) am
Oregon nnd Washington '
Limited aiz:01am a 8:45 am
I."S Angeles Limited. .. .I2:;Y pm a 3 M pin
Portland Special a!2:5." pm a8:fi0om
Colorado Special al:4Sam a7:'0nm
orth Platte Local a B:1d am a 4:46 pin
olorano h,xpress.s,..l..a s:uo pm B:oi nm
Grand Island Local a 5:23 pm al0:30s,rn
i.incoin-neairice ldcbi..di.;n pm ui:zvpm
Valparaiso and Central
City bl2:40 pmx vb 1:20 pm
Chicago & rtortnTi --ern.
Colorado-Chicago ........a 7:45 nm ft 1:0 am
Chicago Dayilunt Spl....a 7:00 am U:V, uni
Omaha-Chicago Local. ,.al2:06 put all:35pin
L-uioraao-v-nicago n d.iu pm a 3:.. pin
Omaha-Chicago Spl a :"'.! pm ai .OJain
Los Angeiss-Pot Hand
.a 6:0j pm a 3:2s pru
.a 9:10 pm alZ.Og pm
.al2.15 am a 7:05 am
. 4:li am a 9:un pin
l-asl Local Cedar
NORTHWESTERN LINE NORTH.
Twin C!t and Dakota
Daylight. a 7:50 am 10:20 Dm
Mlnueeoia and Dakota-.. a i':U0pra
iwin city Limited. ......a H:u pm a7:ltlaru
Sioux City Local i... Itipm a :i pm
Omana i... a 11:10 am
lliiincso'.a-Sloux Ciuv- ..
omana all :00 am
NORTHWESTERN LINE WEST.
Norfolk-Bonesteel ......a ' :60 am al0:30 pm
Liucolli-LoiiK Pine a7:aam all:UUam
Norfolk-South Platte... b 2:15 pin b o:im
Mastings-supcrior -.0 pin D b:Al pm
.eadHcod-tiot springs. a t:56 um a 5:KJ um
Casper-Lander ,.a:6opm all :00 am
Fremont-Albion ,.,.,..liMiiii bl:35pai
Micssnrl I'aclf te. "
K. C. and St. L. Ex...a :40 am a 1 :36 am
K. C. & St. L. Ex. LV.
Sat 12 p. m.., all :15 pm a 6:50 pm
1111 note Ceutral.
Chicago Express, a 7:16 am a 3:46 pm
Chicago Limited a t:uo pm a 7:15 pm
Minn. -St Paul Exp b 7:10 am
Minn.-St. Paul Ltd a 8:00 pm a 7:16 am
Omaha-Ft. Dodge Local. b 4:16 pm bll:J0am
Chicago, Rock. Island Jt Pacific.
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ...a 2:40 am al0:30 pm
Iowa Local ....a 6:49am a 4:30pm
Chicago Day Express.. .a 7:4.' am all:.i5 pm
Des Molnea Local.. a 4:00 pm al2:30 pm
Iowa Local bl0:io am b s-65 pm
Chicago-Eastern Ex.....a 4:40 pm ai:15pm
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd. .a 6:08 pm a S :02 pm
for Lincoln .a 8:29 am a 6:47 Dm
Colo, and Cal. Ex. ......a i;is pm a 4:30 pm
Okia. and lexas Ex.,. .a I'.nu pm a 1:50 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd, .. ,al0:40 pm a2:26uia
L'hlunatj, MDrraake , 8t. Pnal. .
Overland Limited ..12:10ara a 7:05am
Omaha-Chicago Exp.. ..a' 7:00 am l:J0am
Colorado .special a 7:40 am a 1:30 am
Coio.-California Exp. ...a 6:00 pm a 3:25 pm
Perry-Omana Local..... b '5:15 pm all :06pm
Chicaaro Great Western
Chicago Limited ,1 6:00 pm
Tvsla City Limited a 8:30 pro. a 8:00 am
Chit-ago Express a 8:46 pm
Twin City Express. .....aicW) am a:00pm
Omaha-St. Louis Exp. ..'a 4:30 pm a 9:35 am
Mali and Express a J JO am all:16 pm
btauuarty. Local tjrom lru ,.
Council Bluffs). ....... .b:00pm bl0:16 am
BUHLINUTON ST A. IOTH A MASON
Denver and Calif ornla..a 4.10 pm a 3:46 pm
Puget Sound Express.. .a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pm
Nebraska poinu a :a0ara a 6:10 pm
Black Hills v.a 4:10 pm a :10 Dm
Northwest Expres,.,,..all:S0 pm a 7:10 am
Nebraska point.... a8:2uam a 6:10 pm
Lincoln Mail b 1:30 pm al2:l6pm
Nebraska Express a 8:16 am a 6:10 pm
Lincoln ixcai. .... d S:08 am
Lincoln Local..... a, 7:26 pm a 7:60 pm
Schuyler-tMattamoulh ..b 3:05 pm bl0:80am
plattsmouth-lowa a 9:18 am a 8:50 pm
Bellevue-Plattsmuutb ..a 1:30 pm a 2:40 pm
Colorado Limited. .. .. ,.all:30 am a 7:10 am
Chicago Special ... i:20am all:10pm
Chicago Express a 4:20 pre a 8:66 pm
Chicago Fast Ezp a 6:30 pm a 8:00 am
Iowa Local a:14ara all :46 am
St Louis Express... a 4:56 pm all :46 am
Kansas City ex St Jo..U0:46 pm a 6:45 am
Kansas City b St Joe..a:15 am a:10pm
Kansas City & St Joe. .a 4:66 pm
WEBSTER STA. 1DTH at WEBSTER
' Leave. Arrive.
Auburn Local b 3:60 pm bl2:10 pm
Chicago, St. Paul, 1 Minneapolis at
Slouz City Expres..,...b 1:00 pm bll :45 am
Omaha Local o 6:20 pm
Sioux City Passenger ' b :iW pm
Twin City Passenger.. ,.b 6:34 am
Sioux city Local c 8:36 am
Emerson Local b 6:56 pm b :10 am
CANADIAN. PACIflC '- 1
WHKK.LT ' 8AILINOS BETWEEN ItONTREAU
QUKBSO. AND UVkRPOOU
Nothlo better an the Atuatt thsa sar Emp reeve,
Wlreleee a all euwiners.
c. 8). bunjabun, o. a. '
- Ml a. Clr St., csloMtt. IH
Adams & Kelly
to Enlarge Plant
Will Spend $75,000 on Addition to
Factory To Employ Larger
The Adam St Kelly company ha ar
ranged to erect large addition to the pres
ent plant at a coat of aboyt 175.000. Tills
company of Jobbers and manufacturers of
ash, door, blind, mouldings, office furnl.
ture and goods of this character will Imnw
dlately build a new structure 106x156 feet
aa an addition to tha two buildings occupied
at present, one of which I 132x156 and the
other 6xl6T, all brick. "
' When completed thla will be the largest
and most complete plant of It kind in the
western country and will give employment
to a large number of additional men. The
firm has been In Omaha about fifteen year,
the officer located Id Omana being George
F. Kelly, president, and-Harry Q. Kelly,
secretary. The Omaha Commercial club
visited the plant In a body last year.
Pioneer Women Are Dead.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Jan. . (Special.)
Two pioneer Flattsmouth women passed
away Friday. Mr. Stephen Clifford wa
born In County Kerry, Ireland, eighty
year ago. She 1 survived by three son,
Thomas, now living In California, and
Owen and T. 8. Clifford of thla city, and
on daughter tn thl city. Th funeral
service will b held in St John' Catholle
church next Monday forenoon.
Mrs. Carolina Finney wa born In Hull,
England, eighty year ago, but ha bean
residing tn thl city for many year. Sh
I survived by Mr. Turner, residing in
Omaha, and Mr. Charles M. Foster of
this city, both daughter. Th funeral
services will b coud noted by Rev. W. L.
Austin In th First Method 1st church In
tula city Sunday afternoon.
nASKELL WRITES ABOUT LAW
Oklahoma ExeoutWe Say Guaranty
Act Suit State.
SPECIAL SESSION U JANUARY
Ctaeqaeatly ll raaaot Meet
braaka'a Governor; la Washlna
. toa.Tbea Farae Write
(Froiti a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Jan. I. Spclal.)-Governor
Haskell of Oklahoma la going to call a
special session of the legislature Of that
law-ridden state for the latter part ot
January, so he indicated In a letter lo
Governor Shallenberger yesterday.
Incidentally all the newspapers and all
the people who say Uhe guaranty law of
Oklahoma Is bad are, entirely mistaken
and so Is Martin Dlmery of Tulsa, accord
ing to Governor Haskell. In hi letter he
declare the state I for .the law and the
voter would support it .by 50,000 majority
should It again be ah Issue. The gov
ernor y, owing to the aesslnn of the
legislature of Oklahoma In January, he
cannot be In Washington to attend the
meeting of governor and suggests plans
for concerted action In defending the guar
anty law may be perfected by corre
spondence.. . ,
First an Nebraska.
Colonel Furse, secretary to Governor
Shallenberger, had the surprise of his I fe
this morning when be received a letter
from a prospective citizen of thl stats
asking if the' hook worm was prevail m
In Nebraska and were tho people af
flicted very generally wlih-favir. But
here Is the letter, together with the answer
sent by the colonel. .
'OCONOMONOC, Wis., Jan. 5,-Dear
Sir: A I am contemplating moving my
family further south, I am anxious to be
Informed in regard to the hcakh condi
tions of your state. Are fevera prevalent
in your state, especially lypho;d? Is the
hook worm disease there T I suppose your
water supply Is all from wells. Is It not?
la It hard or soft? . Now, I do not wall
tn locate far enough south as to be
troubled with the anopheler (malatla car
rier), but wish to go farther south o as
to avoid these long, cold winters of Wis
consin. Can you recommend your state
to be as free of fever a Wisconsin?
"1 would be very thankful for 3'oui'
opinion on above questions and sincerely
thank you in advance. Very Tespectfully,
'GEORGE W. MUNGER." .
Secretary Give De-tali.
In his answer Colonel, Furse ays:
Your letter ot the 5th Inst, lias been
referred to me In regard to the health con
dition and natural advantages of Ne
braska. 1 note you make sueclal Inquiry
as to the prevalence of fevers in this state
and as to whether or not w are annctea
with the hook-worm disease.
Wv have more of sunshine, Invigorating
atmosphere, . pur water and natural con
dition conducive to good health and lon
geviey than any other state In the union.
Fevers ruoh as typhoid and the "anophe er '
as described by you are of infrequent oc
currence, and the rich, fevtlle land of
Nebraska, which have become, famous lr
the oroductlon ot a larger amount per
Icaplta, of agricultural products than any
other state, make every person or industry
Immune from the Lilliputian fever, so pre
valent In many sections ot the country, the
Infection of which originate from being
out of money. The hook-worm disease Is
constantly kept several length In the rear
nf tha hustling western spirit and there
I no Immediate cause for alarm from the
ravages of this newly discovered "buga
boo," unles from the peculiar nature of
the malady. It should attack aorne of the
stand-patters.'. . .,' .-:".' ' t -
Come to Nebraska -where honest labor
always finds employment and Is well re
warded; where the storehouse are filled
with foodstuffs for all that are beyond the
reach of those who labor elsewhere. The
feast Is prepared and Nebraska ha un
folded the curtain to a scene of health,
wealth, prosperity and happiness. Come
and secure for yourself a Tome among In
dependent, Industrious and courageous peo
ple; an empire wher every subject may
occupy a throne, where nature' sunshine
will be your crown ana me penruicnon
ot comfort and blessing will attend you
throughout your declining yea..
Joel Piper secretary Tf the State Board
of Charity and Corrections, has compiled a
list of the. charity Institution of the state.
The list follow: ...
Old People's home. 2214 Wirt Btreet,
Omaha, maintained by Woman' Christian
association, person over 66 year eligible,
t ntranoe fee 8300, limited to Douglas
House of Hop,- 1718 California treet,
Omaha, People' Institutional church, home
for aged, voluntary contribution.
Salvation Army Rescue home. Twenty
fourth and Spalding street, Omaha, Sal
vation army, penitent fallen women, vol
Tingley Ilecue home, Omaha, private
corporation, helping penitent, fallen women,
House of the Good Shepherd, Omaha,
Sister of the Good Shepherd, fallen and
wayward women and girl.
Scandinavian Young Women' Christian
association home, 2010 Davenport street,
Scandinavian Young Women's Christian
association, respectable young women.
Nebraska Masonlo -Jjome, Plattsmnuth.
Masonic grand lodge of Nebraska, Indigent
Mason and their famine.
Tabltha home hospital, Lincoln, Luth
eran synod, aged and Infirm, 8300 entrance
fee, also find home for dependent chil
St. Joseph' horn for the aged. West
Point, Sister of Mercy, Indigent deserving
Evangelical Lutheran orphan' home,
Fremont, German Evangical Lutheran
orphan home society, care of orphans.
St. James' orphanage, Benson, Sisters of
Mercy, orphan and dependent children,
St. Thomas orphanage, Lincoln, Rlstera
of Mercy, orphans and dependent children
Christian orphans' home, HoIdree, pri
vate corporation, orphans and destitute
Mothers' Jewel .home, York, Woman'
Home Missionary society .of Methodist
Episcopal church, temporary care and find
ing homes for orphans.
The Creche. 1824 Harney street. Omaha.
private corporation, care of children and
Emmanuel orphan' home. Thirty-fourth
street and f owler avenue, omana. Emman
uel Lutheran Deaconess aasooiatlon, car
and education of friendless children.
Child Having Institute, Eighteenth and
Ohio streets. Omaha, private corporation
care of and finding home for homeless
and neglected children.
Cherry Conaty Case.
The supreme court today gave leave to
docket the case of Jordan against Quibble
from Cherry county to settle whether
woman olected treaauror of Cherry county
may hold the office. The answer day la
et for January M
Asserted Big Concerna Will Dominate
Independent New York rack
NEW- YORK, Jan. .-Coinoidnt with
the disclosure of tho mean by which th
price of milk to th "ultimate consumer"
In New York wa advanced November 1
at a 'secret meeting of th Consolidated
Milk exchange from 8 to cent a quart
comes a report that western packer ar
taking a fresh grip on eontrol of th local
upply of mat.
It la alleged that Armour 4V Co., Swift
and Company and other affiliated packers
hav obtained a dominating Interest In a
half dosen of th largest Independent local
meat wholesaler, Including the company
organlstd by, local retailer to fight th
so-called "meat trust"
AettvUl 4? h Orgaaltet
Bed lea aUevg Ik X.lsa of Va
grtklag of 3oaora to Wemea.
Mra F. H. Cole, president of the Ne
braska Federation of Woman's club, has
Issued the following letter to the club
women of the state)
To the federated club women of Ne
biaska: Greetings and best -wishes for a
useful, prosperous and happy New Year.
Now that we have all settled down to
serious work again, there are numerous
nitrlea regarding club activity. Most
numerous are the questions relative to the
election the first week in January and
whether the new officers shall be Installed
at once or not till later In the year.
The change in constitution was suggested
In order to make the addresses uniformly
correct for the new year book and not wltn
tne intention Of working an Inconvenience
to any club. This being the case, the execu-
tlv committee t It meeting In December
voted to permit any club which petitioned
to that effect to be exempted from compll-
ance with this change. If. however. It Is
the deHre to earnestly tey to work out this
new rule of clubs electing officers In Janu-
ary. It is better for each club to decide for
Itxeir when those officers shall be Installed,
Much depends, upon local conditlohs-for in-
stance, if the club study- and work are
planned from October lo Ap-f, or May, It
will bring better result to nave those who
Planned the work crrv it to completion.
If. on the nther hand, fhe club year begins
its work and study outline immediately
after the holiday, there would seem to he
no good reason why the new officers should
not take up the work from the beginning.
There are questions regarding the scholar-
ships that the federation I working for In
Nebraska. First, we have the gift of the
Brownell Hall scholarship, gocl ??r four
years, through the generosity of Bishop
Williams and the board or trustees, j nen
mere is tne' yeur s wora in tne tnivrrimj
nf Nehi-nak .1 Lincoln tn whl. h each club
Is asked to contribute a sum equivalent to
lft cents per capita.
These scholarships are open to the daugh-
ters of club women of not less than one
year' standing and may be won by com
petltlve examination. Applications are to
be made through-the chairman of the du-
cation committee or the president of the
Th Uro noli Hall scholarship Is restricted
by the request that the Identity of the
student Shall be known only to Bishop W'll-
liams, Miss Marstlen, prinolpal of Brownell
Hall, the president of the federation and
In chairman of the education committee.
The, examinations . will. . be , conducted
through the ed icatlon committee, one mem-
ber of which is appointed from each con-
grensional district. Each club president
and secretary ha a copy of the state year
book containing names of committees 'and
every woman In the state may have a copy
cf the year bok by sending her address
and 10 cents lo th corresponding secretary,
Mrs. C. M. Srhlndel. -JKU Norm 't wenty-sec-
ond Btreet, South Omaha.
The new year book will be Issued Imme- I
dlately after we get the addresses of new
officers i for the directory,
It cannot be
Issued earlier because th
llUfU iiciion -1
the delegates at the Lincoln meeting was
to wait for these names.
Especial attention is called to the newly
,liH...,l ....l.,l. K. .-.. . .l .ho.
maaaslne And cUnDlna- bureau. Th work
of the club women entrusted with this
Lnnch.Kf ac,lvliM nr thn I'" '? . p"r"y J
charged are designed merely to cover the
cost of magazine, pontage and Incidentals.
Those who have dont- research work will
realise how great the gift -of time and pa
tience Is which we are this veal- to trv
and at least take advantage of and appre-
ci?' ., , , , , .
The district meeting place are all settled
for th coming spring and work along all
nnep seems to oe progressing.
Please bear' in mind the fact that we
have taken Into the ' federation the Ne
braska Household Economic association and
that It holds its state meeting in Lincoln,
January 17 to 22. It Work Is also "our"
work. Let a many as possible of our
women attend It meetings and help Us
work along. Let us put our shoulders to
the wheel and push for oetter homes and
a wider ' knowledge of the agricultural re
sources of the state.
The National Corn exposition officials
gave the club women one of the erreatest
SXo'.:viA.iLttion. Depend on DecUion ..
of Iowa and Nebraska could meet with
them nit confer reirnrrilnir trt mnnner
method of work In the different states.
Let us make our federation stand for all
that It can and should stand In the develop
ment of mental, j moral, spiritual and .ma
terial prosperity. Let us stand for the
mis uiiiuni v mo iicii onu iiiuaiiciuus o
wen as the little children of the Door, and
let us not fail , to believe mat a habit of
mina rormea for good books and good pic-
tlon for other, will In tho end make T a,
better state in that with young and old It
mean tne ounce of prevention from low
nd evil thought which Is ever more ef
fective than the pound of cure
For a second time th General Federation
of Women's .clubs received recognition from
one of the high council of the country, in
the Invitation to a member of Its civil ser
vice reform committee to speak at the ban
quet ot the National Civil Service Reform
league recently held in New York at tho
"mt!,th n.a"?,'' me6"ln' Mr8' lml"
i " '""
federation and waa the flrat woman to
.peek at on. efthe league', banquet She
7 - V, "l XI ' . r.r a. .
and followad by Dr., Char le. , W. Elt. Mr.
Choate said aa he presented Mr. Oakley
This 1 an historic nccaslon. For the first
time the league has extended th band of
fellowship to the -General . Federation . of
Women's club; for the flrat time a mem
ber of Its civil service reform committee
will speak to tie."
Mr. Sarah 'Plltt Decker of Denver,
former president of the General Federation
and the only woman Invited to participate
in conference on conservation, called at
the White House by President Roosevelt,
I chairman ot the federation' civil ser
vice reform. committee. She ha six asso
ciate of which Mrs. H. Core of Omaha
I one. Th leaflet gotten out by thl com
mittee have attracted widespread attention
nn h. Ttf.w vrk stnie Con'rena nf
Charity and Correction recently asked
leave to reprint and circulate them In th
Interest of It work. Thl request wa
granted on condition that tha distribution
hould b entirely free.
Alier many iiiicrruiiiion me woiimn
ciuo will sriiin uuwn o w . una
week and th club calendar la well filled.
The program on eocial hyglen planned for
Wednesday afternoon by the .octal science
department ha. heen postponed two week.
bcaus of conflicting date of other meet-
Inga. - The program ' will be presented
Wednesday afternoon, January 26.
A special meeting ha been called for th
United Stale Daughters of 1S12, stats nf
Nebraska, for Tuesday, January 11, at 3:30
p. m., at the Hotel Btme, to take aotlon
on the death of Mia. F!ora Adams Darling,
founder general of the national 1 society.
Mr. Adam wa the founder of three of
the greatest patriotic .octette, tn America
and wa. a well known woman jt letters,
r .ia i . ,a j,.n ..,,.h ah.
u. " a .--
died at the home of her brother, Mr. Joha
Qulncy Adams, In New York Clly, Janu
Th Imogen Study club of Klorene met
Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr.,
Sesrt Under th auspice of th club
Ourdon W; Wattle gav hi .tereoptlcon
Illustrated lecture on Honolulu and Jaoan
Saturday evening at Florence, thl being
contemplated tuy th eltib.
Th monthly "business meeting nf the
Omaha' Women'. Christian Temperance
union will t glwm Wednesday afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock in th Young Woman
Christian association assembly room.
Mr.. F. Hi Cole has hen Invited to par
ttciiat in th dlsousrton of th program
of th Nbraka Conference ot Charitle
and Correction of January It Mr. Colq
will also .peak at th meeting of Allied
Agricultur at Lincoln th same week.
Children Ilk Chamberlain' Cough Rem
dy and It I prompt In effect a wall a
pleasant to tax. .
CLDAIIV iLAM-WILL I.KOW
' . -
Flant Made for Four-New Building
in South Omaha..
TWO WILL EE ERECTED AT OSCE
Five-story Office trhptnre Will t'nt
$ ISO, otto and Sew MauaMerlna;
riant V 111 tome .to
a i oo.ooo.
The Cudahy packing plant) 'la " Hotith
Omaha is to be Increisert and Improved y
the erection of four new tmlldrng!, wo nf
which are to be started t otic. Construc
tion will soon Vgln onH flve-tory" office)
building and a new hg abattoir of foMr
stories. The bulldlngi-wll be built abhp-
,utely rire,oof and embodying 'the lat. st
, , , . . w. . , ,
futures evolved by archHectural and en-
gineerlug science. , . .
A power plant and, a' bvcf sliughtcr.ng
, , , . .... . ,. '
P'nt wl" be ,ne "'J1 l.wt) . bullVnj: to
come. The beef killing plant wilt prohnuiy
b, treclBd before the power ., plant Is
reached. , . ..
The announcement- of the decision to
ihr now Btrm.ture wa In a measure
, ..... . . , , .
surprise In that the. light receipts of
hogs for th season had apparently indl-
c(U,d thal pIl,Sent equipment 'Mould
be e-islly attenuate,
Appropriation Already Made.
The office building And the HoJ slau ;lU-
ering plant are provided for by a, spavifc
appropriation. " said Michael Murphy, man-
, e.,ih .he nl .t
"K ot the Cudahy .South OllUh plnt
"Tho other two buildings are now omy
contemplated and I doubt If the new
..., ... . .,
Pa,,t w l" be erected , soon. ..
"We expect to ereot f.r office lul:.
immediately outh of tho present off.o
... . h .,,.(. i.lch
11 wl" De building rive toilcs hu,n,
made of structural steel throughout and
having dimensions of . 80x1TB feet. Tin
, ... K- timrwin v
COBt ot thl building will b 816(1000. W
expect to make this building the. most at-
tractive part of the plant. It will occupy
. . ... .. ,
Present reservoir, .site.; All the tre. t
about the plant are. to 4e paved and the
are to be parKed. .,' ""
, Hipenilve Slanhtrln Peu.
"The hog slaughter ing plant will be a
, .. .. , ,...,.. Bnvtyt .
building of reinforced coheiete 80xU0 foet
and four stories higli, entluely modorn and
0 approved construction. We exp.ct to oom-
-., T, . .... , . ... .wl
"l '" -
Industry In the building nnd make it the
try In the building nnd make It
If not the largreC In existence. The
cost of the building) will b IIOO.OOO. The
building Will occMpy a position northeast
. --.r.nt nioni inil will he -nearer
to the stock yard gate.
"Order for the material will -be pushed
J the ground will be. broken a aoon t
ttt" frost leaves tho oU.'l ,
This office building ha been -tho sub
ject of persistent rumbrif. for' over a year.
The old office ha tjeeh' ovarcrawded by
the rapid' growth of the business of the
company. The office Is the largest among
""'" J " . " " "
packing concern here for jth reason M
include the force of the . general Office.
in Labor's Battle
Noiiunioi Men Hekdy-to Start Work
I ,-.- Owner
I ' - ' 'l ' UA w w tv i-.
DEADWOOD.' S.' P.. Jaft. ' 9.-9ceclal
Telegram.) A crisis in. the ,Homestak
lockout situation Is fast approaching and
. .. im ,...k..K,.. ,
I whether the Droperty Will open up egalnv
now wlth u non-union supporters or
continue the fight longer In order to gain
more recruits. Superintendent Grler this
afternoon addressed a: meeting' of th
newly formed Homestake Loyal , legion
composed of the men who have stayed
with the Company and received : an offor
fpnm that hAdv to M f n r f thtt mlnpi Anri
min,.M goon M they could b. got In
shape. As the legion has several hun
dred men enrolled, Mr. Grler announoed
that It Is only a question whether there
lr enmie-h tn male nhenlntf tin n nhlert
an(, t(Jok cffer un4 citderatlon.
Should, ho accept, thla would-leav. the
union men still out Ir. the cold, but the
1 . .. V.
men ftre U lraported,.Tle altua-
tlon, while tcnae I entirely .peaoeable
tonlght Bnd tb, prev8jllnf op4ion that
the property will be in operation again
within a couple of . week;
New York Member
of Local Firm Dead
I Matthias StrasbuTger of 'Nebraska
Clothing Company Expires at
Hit Home, in the East.
Mattliia Strasburger, member ot.the Ne-
braska Clothing company, died uddenly
Saturday afternoon' 1 in New , York City
wher he made hi residence. A brief tele-
"ram telling of tne deatn, wa received
hera late yeaterday afternoon, and Morrl
Levy, a resident member. pf the firm, left
lust night tor wewL york to attend tho
funorel which will rvrnbnhlv- ha tinM Xftn-
i Mr Kt,.,r ,t xa
' . . , " . . . " "
. ' M . r.i. -
T .7 .w. J,'21Z ,tZ- k-..i.7L
" New YorIi buyer for'th, Nebraska
, f,,K . , ,
Clothing company. Fifteenth and Farnam
streets. ' :.. r ; "
A wife, son and married daughter sur
vive Mr. Strasburger.-
MURDERER 0F( ' jGIRL -0UND
A. P. Pergstes, Waa ted at Jarkaon,
Ml., I lader Arret at
Tieomsi Wash. ',;! '
TACOMA, Wash., Jan. .-A. P. Fergu
son wa arrested here today by Detective
Calhoun of Jackson, Ml.., charged with
- I - , vt..u . -..-
murdering Ethel Maxwell there last Feb
ruary. ... .
Ferguson was working here a a switch
man and wa out on strike. Calhoun posed
" narchl.t and gained Fargusan's
irieno.n.p. rerguson. ne saia. . qr0ppea
ln remara coniiaentiaiiy : i oia a niti
,r,CK aown ouln mat- win fmr-me to
nel1 na n"" picture of the
PRAISE FOR NEBRASKA MEN
Jaekle Whe Saved Live of Sripmat
Battleehl) Comnteiidrd by
gecrelarr oi Favr.
- WASHINGTON, Jan. I -Th .ecretary
f th" rvy ha peraotially commended W.
Hartenateln. F. Winor .B. F. Koegel, W.
uxennin ano r. Armstrong, or tne out
tleehlp Nebraska, for their gallantry ,r
rl.klng their own live rsoently to sv
that or a shipmate. The commander of the
Nebraska ha reuommrnded that lUrten-
stein be awarded a ailver life-saving uiedal
I or hi courageous action on tills occasion