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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY It. 1010.
OFFERED FOR RENT
f WANT an offer for the two story brlok
l.nlldin lit 1213 and 1215 Howard street.
Will rent for Ii0 a month. Ktorn owner
will Hell rh'up. .
tlMIl I Nw York Life lbilldlng.
OFFERED FOR SALE
A NICELY furnished ntnm heeled M
room flat, close, in, full of roomers. A bar
gain for uavii Address K Su. lieu.
Hoiiphokl Furniture X"1.,1
at prices (o move-sUwk uulckly. American
Furniture Co.. 220 N. ltfth.
- Jlf t'laOo. ; ...
.I'PIHOHT Kimball- plarm; big bargain:
owner leaving velly. i 210 N..2J1. ; '
" KUCOND harid typewriters gold, repaired
Central Typewriter Kxuhange, HJ7 Farnam
"FOR SALR M half price Large' Trortm
ner coffee mill; aleo fish box; both 'In food
shape. Johnson-Uoorilrtt Co., 20th and Lake
Hta. Tel., Webster- H7&.
i Typewriters For" Kent BAF.Tvkan8
cob Car tf South lilh tit., Omaha. -
M lacal la neon.
AT CUT ritlCEH
We aave you from' 50c to
ll.fiO on every tun and give
better coal. W guarantee correct weights
llosenblatt's Cut Price Coal Co.
FOR SALE New and 3d-hand billiard
and pool tables. We lead the world In
cheap bar fixtures, easy payments. Bruns-wlck-balke-Coliender,
407 8. 10th St.
' "-VRVdS at cut prices; freight paid on all
flft orders; catalogue free. Sherman & M
Corinell ljrug Co., Omaha, Neb.
Slightly used , and rebuilt Underwoods,
OUversrlleinliig-toru, Smith Premiers, Mon
arch, L. C. Smiths and other make.- Full
guarantee. -Prices and manufacturers'
to and upKr LoweBt..rental pliers. Look
over our stork before buying or wrlle for
our bargain list. Distributers, L. C. Smith
& Uros. typewriter, i e
B.'F. SVV ANSON CO., Inc.,
417 B. lfith St., Omaha, Neb.
' Also a tores at Les Molnesand Lincoln.
'SCHOLARSHIP 'on' leading business vol
lege tor salsV at 'discount. Address IMkaj.
I i. V i i I t 111 uli1 i.i . iU'
- HALCS safes, new. Id-hand. 1813 Farnam.
- WE HAVE on hand a number of Ink nar
rela whloh -we-will- sell- at otic each. They
re fine for rain water or ashes. Call at
pressroom Bee Publishing Co
NATIONAL "cash register almost new.
Address M K!L Bee.
CALENbAK pads'. Burkley Printing Co..
NEW LOCATION; 417 S. 12lh St.
fcf ()0 (Y)AT.i good; try it Harmon
IpJ.W VjJ2U & Weeth. Both' 'phones
ABOUT LGOO' feet -lnch wire cable, sec
ond hand; -wlHrsell at bargain. Apply K.
W. Baker, SupL Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neo.
9(Y1 OVERCOATS slightly used al a bar
' gain. A. B. WNUEK. 41 N. lath.
2D-HAND oak counter, hand-carved mar
bin cashier plate; wire wicket about 40 ft,
odd shape? will fit a room 20 feet wide.
Can be seen at storage house. For funnel
particulars 'phone Douglas 238. Bee Build
ton SALK Good alfalfa seed. N per
ushel, i . o. B.-, Danbury. Send ' for
samples. Refnrence,' 'Bank of Danbury.
J. L. Sims, Danbury, Neb.
FARMER AND CONSUMERS.
For Kale Heht, rais Japan rice, deliv
ered anywhere t 3 for 60 lb.; $6 for. 100
lb.; freight peld; will 'ship C O. D. to your
depot. Write to T. Moriuka. t. O. Box so
iuustpn,, Tejt, j.j.. .,:., .... .
STORM SASn Completa ' Btock fur
V,,ir''P tllMhel " Bnort notice.
C. SUNDELL St Co., Contractors and
. Builders, Koom O, New Tork Life Bldg.
FOR SALE National cash register In
.perfeot condition, will sell cheap If sold
at once. Room 7. Crounse Blk.
JOHNSON INBTV, 418 N. T. L. Tel. D. 164
Br. Kathryn . Nicholas. r,08 N. Y. L. Bldg
P. O. BABnIeLU ,Taxton Blk. TeL Red 711i.
HUFFMAN." 818 Nevnu"Bldg. Book free
Arlene de y.-'-Mantwurlng and masaaga
20 S. lth St. Flat 8. Phona l. 7SSC
"STRICTLY pivate-rlome' for iconflne
ments; trained nurse;. babies for adoption
vOMAHA Btammerersf , Ins., Ramge Bldg.
CHILBLAINS ' No- 17002 Guaranteed
v'11AiJJJAJ-ivAic' cure. Hulnea Drug Ce.
; , . . i. r. .. :. , . .
PRIVATE HOMO" during confinement:
babies for adoption. Good Samaritan Saul
toi'tum,' 7 tat Jkvs.,' Council Bluffs., la.
l,0t FOR ' INFANT HOME.' .
Your renewal for the Saturday evening
Tost and Ladles' Home Journal la worth
COe to XYm Child's (Saving InHtUuto. 17(0
nlready earned. Write QOftlHJN, " The
Mgtstne Mn, Omoba, or phone Douglas
l.UDII CIICTIII III.
VTfJSn('"1ouP,," fo'" mn GRIFFITH.
VVi.Uku ahd u FRENZKR BLK.
MMB. ALLEN of Chicago, salt glow, mag
netlo and masaage treatments. 207 N. 7th
MAGNETIC treatments. Kmmerlln Brott,
2323 8. 16th, upstairs. Doug. 51fti.
WE rent, and repair ail kinds of sewing
macuinuH. Ind. A li3, .Doug. MC3.
NEBRASKA CTCLE CO..
15th and Harney Sts.
Gaining all of the time
In paid want ads for the
month just closed, com
pared with the same
month a year ago, The
Bee shows a gain of 1,423
paid want ads, while die
nearest competitor shows
a gain of 199 ads. N
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast-ofl
clothing. In fart anything you do not need
V collect, repair and sell at IM N. 11th
St., for cost of collection, to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone Douglas 413$ and wagoit
will call. "
JOSIB WASHBURN'S new book. "Ths
Underworld Sewer." sold at all book stores,
KAflMPTTP treatment. M me. Smith
luunixivy 62J igthSt.. third floor
- i .j x
DR. EGGERST private rohf lnmen home
1H Martha St. Phone Douglas (230.
MISS LA GRANE. baths, massage. 1817
Dodge St., baitemeot flat Hours, 10 a. m
to 8 p. m. ''
A HOME for wmM 'during confinement
We find homes for babies where mothers
cannot cure for therrr.' Babies ' boarded
For terms addreas Mrs. Martha A. I,ee,
il Bancroft St., Omaha,..'. Neb. " 'Phonu
Douglas 1S21. ' v..
MASSAOH AND HATHS.
R. 30K Old Boston Store Bldg., 4th -floor,
120 8. 16th St. Stairway on Douglas St.
MFC! IANO THERAPY
Is a drunlce Cur ftir grip." Consult Dr.
Marguerite Hatlorsn, 22d Neville Blk. Doug.
77M. irnder suervlslon of M. D.
SWEDISH massage, 207 N. 17th St.'
MAGNETIC and massage. treatment 81
No. 15th St.
MASQUE suit to rent Theo. Lleben.
MME. ALLEN of Chtrago, salt glow, msg
netlc and manaage treatments. Over 20B
N. 17th St . -
SWEDISH massage. Over 205 N. 17th St.
EXPERIENCED nurse, 35 years; lndleg
In conflnemrnt a specialty; prices reason
able. 3109 S. 13th St.
Screenings. $1.60 100 lbs. Wagner, 01 N. 1SLU
H. P. STONE & CO. poultry yards havs
some fine bargains In Rose Comb R. 1.
Red cockerels at tl to 83. I guarantee to
piease you. My circular of pen mating is
free. Ready December 15. H. P. Stone
& Co., Platte Center, Neb.
ALSEN Poultry Farm For salo. WMi
Rock cockerels; price, ti to $5. These birds
are Just like my first premium cockerels al
the Interstate fair. Price list freu. 11. P.
Larson, Beref .rU. S. D.
A few more R. C. B. Leghorn and Houdan
cockerels for sale at 81 each. 'Ueo. J. Wol
cott, Central (J'ly. Neb. ' '
'PHONE IND. A-2M0 for good printing.
Lyni;stad Printing Ci.. Hith & Capitol Ave,
HEAL, USTATE3 DiSALUKS.
. " ,-l'.. '
REED ABSTRACT CO., Est. 1S5S; prompt
service; get out prices. 1710 Farnam St
PAYNE INV. CO., first floor N. Y. Llfa
BENJAMIN It K. CO., 477 Brandels Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON, President'
CITY PHOI'EllTY VOll gALIS.
BENSON GARDENS EASY TERMS
Ten minutes' walk from car line; 166x300
feet of ground; fenced with qhlcken tight
wire; well built 6-room house, electtio
light, good well and cistern,.-pump In kit
chen, fine drainage; new burn, 'chicken
and other outhouses; ninety-three bear
ing fruit trees; 4& feet of grapes; quanti
ties of small fruit; $3,300.
Ten minutes' walk from car line; 136x300
feet of ground; well built, -7-room house:
good well, fine drainage, large barn and
other outhouses; , fifty grape vines," thirty
bearing fruit trees,, small fruit; $2,160.
Nearly' eight acres of fine land; 7-rootn
house, not finished inside:, good orchard;
118-foot well. A bargain t $3,500.' Cash or
GEORGE D. PERRINE
Doug. 701 832 Paxton Bldg
8-ROOM hottse, part modern,?! near Lake
St., on the boulevard; a warm, Comfortable
house; must be4 sold at once; will consider
any reasonable offer; worth $2,500; make
us an offer; we are going to sell It
F. D. Wead, IsOl Farnam St.
MAKE me an offer fur lots 6 'and 6,
block 5, Thornburg Place.
X H. PARROTTE; 326 Bd, Trade.
EAST FRONT CORNER LOT.
Gas, sewer and city water;, near two c;ir
lines; on grade and In one of the .Dust
progressive neighborhoods In Omaha.
A SURE SNAP AT $500.
Nowata Land and Lot Co.," Suilu 621 New
York Life Bldg. 'Phone Red li-iW.-
6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, $2,600.
- Full lot. shade and fruli trees, paved
street, concrete walks; 2119 Muple St. Look
at It; part of the payments must eaay. And
then, we have others. Nowata Lund and
Lot Co., Suite IU4 New York Life Bldu
Phone Red 19SI9. . v - ,,
173 FT. EAST FRONT ON
- - 39TII.
Fronts on three, streets., .short-distance
south of Farnam. One of -Ujn-. choicest
locations In Omaha for apartment houses.
Owner wants offer. . .
. NOWATA LAND & JOT CO ,
Suite t:4 Nt,W York Life isldg, Hed 19M).
60x1 40 ft. corner lot,; paved street, n car
line, on grade, near 20tli and Grace-Sis. ;
room. for four pottiMjes; thl must bir sold
at once; will consldenany resonableffer.
V. D. Wead, 1801 Farnnm St. -
FARM INI) It A Mil t,AMt FOIl SAI.B
Missouri. i ,
FOR SALE $5 DOWN. $3 MONTHLY
buys 40 acren ki od Umht r land, Maries Co.,
Mo. l'rice $1:3. no. title pen'cot. Write for
list. Address U. C. Jarrell, Eldorado
Springs, Mo. . , t
MINNESOTA farms for' bargain See
F. M. Young, Plattptnouth. Nub.
FAltM AKD H4tll LAXU FOR SALK
v. " v ,,ri v. ici inr, irriRHUie ihiiii wu
the Costilla estate In the Sun Luis Valley
of .Colorado. . The cream of Colorado land,
with perpetual water right. $.009 acres to
Sell at l. ,. a,.M aln. U.rcl,
1908. Write for advertising literature.
COSTILLA 'IRRIGATED LA NO CO.,
3U Railway Exchange Bldg., Denver Colo.
6M) ACRES farm and stock land, well
watered, two miles to depot, $r,'V00.
I'.ne acres. Improvements worth price
asked, at depot, $2,r00.
t.lgt ty acres, some fruit, fine springs,
one mile to depot. $1 W0; will take part piiv
In riops; Ideal for hpnlth.
West Florida Fruit Farm. Cottagehill, Fl.i.
FARM BARGAIN .Must be sold on ac
count of owners health; well Improved
3-0-acre farm, seven and a quarter miles
from town; price, $X- per acre: easy terms.
J. T. Campbell. Litchfield, Neb,
FOR SALE Relinquishment to home
stead of irrigated land under the govern
ment ditch near Scott's Bluff; water on
land and half of It ready for crop. Address
M. care Bee, 15 Scott St., Council Bluffs.
FOR SALE A farm. 21S. acres pasture
land. 2.1 acres alfalfa, 120 acres farm land,
large barn and sh"ep shod havlncf water
system; good dwelling house. Must be
sold at once; cheap. Address N. Bloom,
We have 100 000 acres of choice land to
elect from, ranslmr in mfc from ti ta
$40 psr aore. This land : In the oil an
gas district ana yo'i might get in oli well
with your land.
NOWATA LAttD AND LOT CO..
Suits C24 New York Life Bldg.
TEXAS SCHOOL LANDS.
Over 1,000,000 acres for sale by the state.
You can buy 640 acres at $2 an acre; pay
$32 cash and balance after 40 veal's; fine
farming and fiuit land and healthv cli
mate. For further information send s'ce-rits
postage.' Investor 1'ub. Co., Dept 49. San
A "DEEP, RICH SOIL, SUNSHINE
all th9 time; water-when you want It.
Land at $5 to $40 per acre for Well lm
proved farms; go see It February 1. Very
low round trip rates. Write us.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
Suite 624 New York Life Bldg., Red 1399.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
BEST URATES 4
Peters Trust Co.
N: Y. Life Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
$J0 to $5,009 on homes in Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St
LOWEST RATES BetnU. Brandels Bldg.
LOANS to home owners and home build
era, with privilege o making partial yay.
maents .semi-annually No commission.
W. H. THOMAS,
(03 First National Bank Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
THOMAS - BP.ENNAN,
Room 1. New Vor Lijfe Bldg:
PAYNE. BOSTW1CK & CO., N. Y. Life.
Private money, $000 to $i.0o0; low rate.
OAUV1N BROS., SIS N. Y. Life, $.hH to
$Jou.tM on irvprnved property. No delay.
5 Per Cent Loan
secured by first mortgage on 320 acre farm
worth more than $100 per acre.
W. G. CUE,
604 1 Bed Bldg.. Omaha.
EASTERN Nebraska farm loans and
loans on high-grade Omaha residence prpp
erty at low Interest, optional payments,
no delay. I. Slbbernsen, Old Boston Store
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE iiUYEKS FOR
6, 6 and 7- room houses. It prices are right
we can s, your property for you.
NOW ATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite M N. Y. Life Bldg.
Kimball County Land to Trade
640 acres, being Sec. 3, Twp. 15, Range 6.1;
thine miles from railroad; bought on R. It
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1001 N Y. Life. Doug, or A-2152.
60-hnrrel flourinw mill, with a two-story
brick dwelling and laO acres of land, located
inSvstern Iowa, vulued at $l!i,000, with In
come of $S,0jo, at 5 per cent optional; will
trai'.e for bind or Income propertv; what
have you to offer? Georgu M. Clark, Smith
WANTED TO BUY
BEST price paid for second-hand furnl.
tuie, carpets, clothing and shoes, 'lei. Uoug
HIGHEST price paid for broken watches,
o gold. etc. M. Nathan, 211 b. 13th.
STANDARD upright piano. 'Phone
BALTIMORE Id'hand store pays best
price 2d-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. 42i.
WANTED TO RENT
Good permanent parly wishes two-room
office. Mum face street. Willing to lease
futistactoiy office for term of years.
Address J-799 care Bee.
WANTED By young man. place to work
for board wbiu a.indiug Bjyles college.
STOCKHOLDERS Ml.'.ETING OFFICB
of Lee-Glass-Andi eesen Hardware com
pany, Omaha. Nebraska, D-cember U. 1jS.
Notice is hereby given to the stockholders
of ie-Glass-Artdreesen Hardware Com-
tiny that the annual meeting of the stock,
olders of the company w ill be held at the
office of the said company, corner of Ninth
and Harney slree.s, in the city of Omaha.
In the state of Nebraska, on Tuesday, Jan
uary 11, A. D. IStiO, at 1 o'clock p. in., for
the purpose ot electing a board of direct
ors for the company to strve during the
ensuing year, and to transact such other
business as may be presented at such
meet ng. H. J. LKu.. Prtsident
Ul: W. M. GLAbd, oeuretary.
DU to J U
TUB MISSOURI TACIFIO RAILWAY
PTFCTAL STOCK HOLDERS M EETINO
NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that a spe
cial meeting of the Stockholders of The
MUsourl Paclflo Railway Compajv will be
hMd at the principal office of enld Com
pany, In 4he Missouri Paclflo Building. No.
,io Aiaraet Mreet, in tne i ity of Ht. Douls,
Missouri, on Tuesday, the ltth day of
January, 1910, at nine o'clock In the fore
noon of that day, to consider and act upon
the following pioposltluns:
(a) To adopt a code of by-laws for the
(b) To ratify, assent to and approve a
pertain Indenture of lease bearing date the
Mh day of Jul), 1U09, by and between
Iloonvllle. .St. lyiul A Southern Railway
Company, p. corporation of the State of
Missoui1. and this Company and authorized
on behalf of this Company at a meeting of
tl. Bo.ird of Directors, held on the loth
d-v of August, 1909.
c) To ratify, ascent to an approve the
purchase by this CoinjMiiy of the whole or
any part of the railroads and other prop
erty and franchises of all or any of the
following named railroad .iimpanies:
Carthage and Western Hallway Company,
Joplln and Wefitein Railway Company, st
Louis. Oak Hill and Carondelet Railway
Company, Sedilla, Warsaw and South
western Railway Company, The Kansas
City Northwestern Railroad Company, Ths
Nebiaska Southern Railway Company,
Omaha Belt Railway Company, Omaha
Southern Railway Company, Pacific Bail
way Company in Nebraska, The Pueblo
and ' State Llni Railroad Company, and
Kansas and Arkansus Vaitey Railway.
(d) For the puipose of refunding under
lying mortgage bunds and equipment obll
gallons ot the Company and for "ther cor
porate purposes, to consent to, concur in
and authorise an increase o the bunded
indebtedness oi The Missouri Pacific Rail
way Company, by the amount of $17d,0oo,uuv
by the issue of Gold Bonds of the Com
pany, limited In the aggregate to tne
principal amount of $1 75,oui. wu at any one
time outstanding, to bear Interest at a rate
or rates not to exceed live per cent per
annum, payable seml-annuaUy, and all or
any part of such bono: a, as the Board of
Directors may determine, to be convertible
at the option of the holders and registered
owners there 1' Into stock of the Railway
Company upftn tuch terms and otherwise
as the Board of Directors may dvterminc;
and to consent to concur In and authorise
the execution and delivery ot a mortgage
and deed of trust on and of the wuuie or
part of the railroads and other property
and franchises of tn's Company whether
now owned or hereafter acquired, to secure
such iBsue of bunds by this Company, and
to consider iitw. act upon the form and
terms of such mortgage.
(Bj To consent to and authorize the pur
chase by this Compuny from time to time
of not to exceed $2o.000,000 par value ot the
bonds of the St, Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern Railway Company.
(f) To ranry the proceedings of the
Board of Directors tneretofore taken In
and ubout the miners atortsuld. Including
the authorlzatlor of said bonus and mort
gage and deed of trust and the uss to tve
made of said bonds, and to consider and
act upon such other business as may
properly bo transacted at the meeting.
The stock transfer books of tne Company
will be closed at 3 P. M. on the 7th da)
ot January, 1910, and will remain cioimw,
until 10 A. M. on the ISth day of January.
Dated, New Yora, November 17th, 1909.
By order of the Board of Directors.
GEORGE J. GOULD, President..
A. H. CALEF, Secretary.
The Missouri Pacific Railway Company,
195 Broadway, New York, Nov. 30th, 1909.
To the Stockholders of The Missouri Pacific
Railway Company Referring to the notice
sent to you November 17th, 1909, calling
special meeting of the Stockholders of this
Company to be held on the 18th Uay of Jan
uary, 1910, you are notified that the stock
t-p.nsfer books oi this Company will be
c osed at 2 o'clock p. m. December 8th.
1909, Instead of January 7th, 1910, and re
main closed until 10 o'clock a. in. January
19th, 1910. This change In date is ruade to
avoid any possibility of confusion In deal
ings In tho stock and rigllts to subscribe
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. 18 to Jan. 18. Secretary."
. . , , Nov. IS to Jan. 18.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting, of the stockholders of The Bee
Building company will he held at 4 o'clock
p. rn., Tuesday, January 18. 1910, at the
office of said company in The Bee building,
Omaha, for the election of a board of di
rectors for the ersuing year anu the trans
action of such other bus)jfi-ss as may prop
erly come before such meeting.
H. A HASKXLU Secretary.
Dee. 27-23t D & S. , 4
CBUISES DE LUXE
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MOM NKW YORK
FltflM NKW VORBT
JIN 1.1 unit KF.R. 10
Al Yachtlnr Tours b New 1 wln-srew
"BKHBICF." throiifb the Writ Indies
NEW WEEKLY SERVICE
Mn.Sr. "OROTAVA ri
From New York Ererr Wednesday
From lttermndn Every. Hatardar.
Comfortable irn HlRta data Ciilalne Orches
tra Electric Kana la all rooms.
Compltt Illuttrntei Booklet on Rmruett
THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO,
ANDERSON A SON. 8 Stat ft.. N. V,
149 LaSalle St., Chicago.
W. E. Book, 1534 rarnam Bt.. Omaha.
PETRFFCTfOI IN TRAVEL
EM IIODIISd IN THE
21at Aoaual Cruise.
VRUISE to the
GSO DAYS. - 325 IT.
LEAVES N. Y, JAN. S!, 1810.
Alan onilfx-i to th West IndiM and Stout b America.
41-45 BROADWAY. N. ., of LOCAL AUBNTS.
VULGAR SUCCESSFUL WOMAN
. OR UNSUCCESSFUL LADY?
Mrs. T. P. , O'Connor Draws Line
Between Snffruaette and
NEW TORK. Jan. W.-Mrs. T. P. O'Con
nor. wlf of the well known Irish member
of Parliament, today defined by quotation
the difference between a suffragist and a
"Mrs. Pankhurst," quoted Mrs. O'Connor,
"has made the differentiation that a suf
raglst is a persuader and a suffragette Is
a soldier. For myself. 1 believe in using
persuasion first and then becoming a sol
dier. "But In England we have tried perstia
slon. Well meaning women worked for
years with gentle methods and no attention
was paid to them. This Is a vulgar sue,
but it is better to be a vulgar and success
ful woman than an unsuccessful lady. '
The Storz Brewing company announces to
Its thousands ot friends and former private
family customers that Storz bottled beer
can be obtained by the case from Charles
Storz. retail dealer, 1823-25 Sherman avenue!,
next door north of Storz brewery ('phones
Webster 1260, lnd. B 1261) who guarantees
same prlcts, same courteous treatment and
same prompt delivery that you formerly
received from us.
OLDF1ELU MAKES .KW MAKK
With Bras Rarer He Breaks Mile
Hrcord en Circular Track.
LOS ANGELliH, Jan. 10. B. Oldfleld,
driving his Bens racer over the' Ascot
Park mile track, today broke the world's
circular track record for two, three, four
and five miles ills time for the five miles
was 4 1!V The previous record of 4:-ti was
held by lUlph Le Palma:
The sucoessful medicines are those that
aid nature. Chamberlain's Cough Kmdy
act on this plan.
MAN-BIRDS READY TO RV
Skilled AYiatori at Lot Angelet with
Their Air Craft.
CUETIS3 AFTER SPEED RECORD
America Hta Perfected Klaht-Cyl-Inder
Paalhan Brings Four Aero
planes with Illra.
LOS ANGELES, Jan-IO-Louls Fatilhan,
the French aviator and the holder of the
aerial speed record for one mile, and two
members of his syndicate, Mlscarol snd
Maisson, arrived here ready to enter
tomorrow the first aeroplane contest of
the international meet. They brought with
them two Blerlot aeroplanes, and two
Farman biplanes, in whlchvtomorrow Mais
son and Miscarnl will soar in competition
with WHIard, Hamilton and Curtlss In the
speed and height tests.
There are now nine hcavler-than-alr craft
here ready to compete. The five mechani
cians brought by Paulhan will wbrk
throughout tonight and the Blerlot and
Farman machines will be ready for the
flights tomorrow... They were set up and
ready for Installing the engines before
dark. Standing beside the five Curtlss ma
chines In the great shelter tent, they looked
The Curtlss machines are the smallest
successful aeroplanes yet developed, but
the Inventor declared today that he fully
expected to see the speed records lowered,
while he, himself, hoped to surpass the
high flights of his chief French competitor
during the next ten days.
Hamilton for Speed.
Charles K. Hamilton, who Is here fresh
from his recent flights near Kansas City,
Mo., 1b being groomed by Curtlss to best
Paulhan's official speed record of a mile
In two minutes and one-fifth second. He
will also go after the record established
by the luckless le La Orange, who flew
a mile and S',0 yards In one minute and
Curtlss was In working clothes when the
Frenc-hman appeared In the shelter tent
Curtlss speaks no French and Paulhan no
English, so they shook hands In solemn
Clifford Harmon, the New Tork aviator,
who is mord than six feet tall was stand
ing next and noting the size of the two
aviators, he shook his head and remarked:
"This Is the first time I ever wanted to
Like Curtlss, Paulhan found the course
not quite to his liking, because the aviators
must either breast an Incline or go down
It In starting. He voted for a hexagonal
course. At once a score of roadmaklng ma
chines and Bcrapers were set at work
smoothing out a get-away, which will per
mit starts level with a prairte-IIke plateau
that continues almost up to the ba.se of the
mountains to the east.
y Spectators by Thousands.
Curtlss and Paulhan were soon sur
rounded by a crowd of thousands of per
sons, who had gone to the camp to see the
grooming of the aerial racers. With Ed
mund Cleary, his manager, acting as . In
terpreter, the reporters catechized Paul
han as to his plans and prospects of beat
ing the new records made abroad.
"Can you do better than Latham?" he
"Oh. yes! That was why I came.", ,
"Did you" know that he flew higher than
3,000 feet the other day? Can you beat
"Yes," Paulhan answered. Then point
ing toward the snowclad Sierra Madres,
gleaming -In the sun above a 'curtain of
clouds, -he asked: ' '
"How high is that?"
"More than 4,000 feet," he was told.
"Well, if you don't mind, I'll fly''6yi'
Curtlss had. the Harmon biplane al
groomed and ready today. It had' never
been put together before and shone with
varnish and bright metal fittings. Harmon
was announced to make his trial flight to
day, but a strong wind that was sweeping
In from the sea caused a halt In the plant
Three Fliithts by Curtlss.
Later Curtlss made three Bhorf flights in
the Harmon biplane. The first time he re
mained up half a minute, the second time
forty seconds andJ.he third one minute and
ten seconds. On the third flight he trav
eled three-quarters of a mile.
All the American biplanes, including one
built by Captain Mueller, the balloonist,
have four-cylinder motors, except that In
which Curtlss hopes to make records and
take a large portion of the prize money.
This is the eight-cylinder biplane In which
he made the remarkable flights at flhelms.
At that meeting he said he could not use
the full power of the motor for fear ot
wrecking the machine and killing himself.
But he has made some modifications, which
will enable him to use the full power.
The weather forecaster predicts clear,
cooler weather foi tomorrow, with little or
no wind. .
FHKNC1I CHALLENGE AVIATORS
Air Experts Will Try to Take Honors
PARIS, Jan. 9. The Aero Club of France
has decided to issue a formal challenge to
the Aero Club of America for both the bal
Joon and aeroplane International cups.
The French Wright company has adapted
a-tall to the Wright aeroplanes and the
trials have proved highly satisfactory. Both
Wilbur and Oivllle Wright have always
been opposed to such .appliances for their
Basket Ball at lloldreare.
HOLDREGE, Neb., Jan. 10. (Special.)
The high school basket ball tournament
for the boys was held Saturday evening
at the school gymnasium before a large
crowd of students and townsmen. The
first game resulted: Seniors, 14; freshmen
S; the second game being won by the
Juniors, 21 to 8, made by the sophomore
The seniors then took on the Juniors, whom
they defeated by the score of 7 to 6, In
the fastest game of ths evening. To de
termine then the full standing of the even
ing the sophomores and freshmen played
the second-year men winning. The final
points were distributed as follows: Sen
iors, 25; Juniors, 16; sophomores, 6; fresh-
The "first" team will take on the Mlndon
team next Friday night at the gymnasium
in this city.
Tarn or Follows Old Injury.
IOWA CITY. Ia.. Jan. 1 TSn.l
T. E. Hooley. substitute guard on the
i mvfiBity ui lowa iooi oau team, lies In a
uangerous conainon at Mercy hospital In
this city following an operation for tumor
of the brain, probably caused by an Injury
unuuiicu numm me root ball season.
Surgeons performed the ODeratlon FrMnv
part of the skull being lifted near where
the symptoms Indicated that the tumor was
located. The result of the operation can
not be told until the latter part of this
week. Hooley Is a sophnrnore engineer and
uvea hi men run, i . x.
Bareham May ult Drake.
TlV.et MDINPa ta 1.. in sr., i.i
- , "--.. v. . jvt-i i a,
John Horcham rhnun Kv ntnnv .....
riKiiuacK, will probably lea
Druke unJverwtty because ot a "
received in organic chemistry.. Hurcha
was nnn rif tha hit .,., Lull I
"ian oi sunny, ins Drother, Ir. Thorn
nurcnam, was aiso a star halfback on t
uiase team six years ago.
Most Food Is Poison
to the dyspeptic. Electric Bitters cure
dyspepsia, liver and kidney complaints and
debility. Price 50c. For sale by 3eaton
Big Results from Little
Ready for Play
Ten Team Enter and Will Flay
Regularly Anderson Posts
At the meeting held yesierJny the new
three-men league elected their officers and
perfected their organisation. They adopted
the name, "Mercantile League," mh!
elected the following officers: Robert
Grant, president; P. N. Nurslg, vice presi
dent; Charles Vultee, secretary-treasurer.
The following ten teams will play Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday " nights:
Carpenter Paper Company, office.
Carpenter Paper Compuny shipping de
V. Al. 1).
Midland Glass and Paint Company,
Omaha Gas Company.
This week's schedule Is ns follows:
Monday. Carpenter Paper Company, of
fice against Capitol Boilers.
Tuesday, Carpenter 1'aner Comoany.
shipping department, against Q. M. 1).
Wednesday. Omaha Gas Company axa list
Midland Glass and Paint Company.
Thursday, Gate Cltys against Yousems.
Friday, Equitable Life against 1'axton
All games will be played at Francisco's.
Anderson has posted a challenge at
Francisco's to bowl any man in the Omaha
Bowling league a series of ten games,
total pins to count.
More teams are wanted for the big Wed
nesday Night league. The following have
Huntington and Blakney.
Anderson and Pardner.
G. (k and C. J. Francisco.
Bengele and Sanders. . i
Jaqk Mann was a visitor at Francisco's
and had a couple of match games with
Anderson which were won by the latter. ,
A. bunch of bowlers from Fremont dis
covered something soft at the Metropoli
tan alleys last night. The score shows
how things went with the Omahas. The
Totals 822 800 877 2.4W
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Lahecka 143 1U7 m MS
Anglesberg 140 slW 206 o36
Corcoran 119 126 lsn 44
Bowers 179 178 145 MM
Gibson ISo 173 lw 491
Totals '. 766 834 807 2,407
The Sea Dogs slipped a couple over on
the Night Mailing on the cellar alleys yes
terday. No one set any new marks in
high scores. Lough getting high singles and
totals for the canines 198 and 488. Glass
got high for the Night Mailing, 202 and
4t6. -The postofflce boys are shaping up
for a league tournament to be held soon.
; 1st. 2d. 3d. Totai.
Crabb 123 131 415
Criss 112 114 148 404
LLough 130 ljW 198 48
Totals 30E 462 480 1,307
' 1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Gallup 103 136 12." 434
Glass .' 148 116 202 4i8
Straw 112 144 Li4 390
Totals 423 396 401 . 1,280
The Glenwood (Ia.) team played a picked
team from the Metropolitan alleys called
Johnson's Colts, m the Metropolitan alleys
Sunday morning. The Iowa bowlers did
some good work, but Johnson's Colts
proved too much for them. Latey made a
total of 604 and single gan:j of 223. Score:
,. JOHNSON'S COLTS.
ft'U.l' . i: ' Int. 2d. 3d. Total.
Hull ; : 20i. lsl 175 , 605
Johnson j ......164 ..lliJ . 14S 481
Solomon 18'J 178 l-'l v 45
Latey 2:'3 214 14 6u4
Cjodcnschwager 210 100 2u2 672
Totals 992 902 . 810 2,707
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Allbee 19ti ' 1SJ 158 043
Frlsler liitf 147 137 410
Brothers .., 142 147 164 463
Rlshel 179 212 200 691
Wiikens ....i... 193 161 1.7- 631
Totals 836 856 836 2,528
The Omaha Hangers defeated the Glen
wood team In a hotly - contested game.
Score : :
1st. 2d.' 3d. Total.
Albee '. 167 198 159 624
Trlsler 112 132 100 844
Brothers 156 142 152 460
Rishel 161 190 147 498
Wllkius 199 US 163 568
Totals .... 796 858 721 2,374
191 . 60b
Totals 818 847 831 2,49.1
The Fremont Stars defeated the Omaha
Boosters, two out of three, with Hammond
of Fremont, getting the nice total of 611
, OMAHA BOOSTERS.'
, 1st. f 2d. 3d. Total.
Schmidt . 191 )bl 2'i3 675
Chrlstensen . 203 179 178 6j0
O'Cander , 143 ltil i: 440
Toman ....'. 193 132 125 450
Roessig r... 169 164 128 451
ToUU 899 807 770 2,476
.. 802 86p b69 2,531
Protest Over Water Iolo.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. la Manfred Toeppen,
captain of . the Missouri Athletic club's
water polo 'team, tonight filed a protest
with E. C. Brown, president of the Na
tional Amateur Athletic union, contesting
the victory of the Illinois Aethletlc club of
Chicago in that city last night. Toeppen
claims the meet should be declared a tie
and that his chib should be awarded the
Joint trophy now held by Chicago. He
bases his protest on the alleged mlstak" of
the officials who ran the meet In awarding
a victory to Chicago when the Missouri
team refuned to complete the polo game
auer ine time limit expired, tho score
standing a tic.
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BEEFSTEAK AND VAUDEVILLE
Meat and Merriment Will Be Mingled
by Ad. ilea. .
MANLEY IN CHA'dAClEU , E0LT3
Oprrjr Manaarr of P prlta ' SVhnt la rl
Fame to tppeur l:d Swobe
as (irtirat., ot. . the
Rcrfstesk a Ift grldirob, vaudeville wllh
a heap of talk and drrsain' thiU wilt Inith
be "dekollytay," Is 'what the Onialni 1 Ad
club promises the evening of JonaWy '.'4,
when the bale room of the Hotel 1ine will
become an amusement house, with lavish
sirloins s.-rved Instead of crtickVr-Jilck be
tween acts. '
The executive commit (ce of th? 'Ad club
held a hiectlng Friday tit Ihe Lojal hotel
and tUclded on the .!' efieuk'-viuuti -villa
pt rfornianco, and engndjn pv'ot.tho
players for the eveulng, as well us order
ing the bevfxtiak nought on the houf, the
first time a bunch ql.coni ar.il alUII f.il
steers aie off'-itd -en the Jo-,i!,i o.nal.a
mm ki t. ' ' '
Some little discusKiti tmtuij mi', to what
would be, served for dimicr. The cv iilnjj
being that belmv the blillulu;.' of Ilobluo
Burns, royal haggis . nnd .finnan liathliu
wire suggested, bu thr beefsteak w.is
described by Frank Ilarw'nud iis'n 'sym
phony In scarlet and red incariidie d.'CHui."
The motion lo adopt tho baefsnak pu-.
Hubert Mauley, the' famous ops. y man
ager, will present numerous local char
acters In stunts, which '. will 1 m'ukc' the
"Merry Widows',' look like. 'wUluwB in
naino only. One distinguished coni'dlsii
will be Introduced as Vour I nc.c ' Ju."
while It Is not liirp,wsible llial another
will bo " Waffles.". .tln "aniuu-ur dclVctiv-.
Ed Swobe, being selected because. ,,f
white hair, will play aiW4 Wft.slu11c.t011
and will sing an original ouirpui'.tlon about
the cherry trees. "Oh, w list cre vc lor
the cherry tree; or the sycamore welcome
shade; or the banyan r tree: 1. with lis
branches free, or any ' ojd ' tree' that Is
made? Our family trv;.u you. s,.c, no
sign of a blight an show;. mild lis plums
grow thick, the faster We ptek oh, 1o;ik
mav the cinch tree firow." '
President Ralph Sunderland has been
slated to read some original verses (poeirv)
on which h spent leisure, time, while trav
eling in Alaska last ' year. 'x To' qualify tor
the Job under Manley, Mr,' Sunderland
dashed off the following beautiful poem at
the dinner table Friday: ..
Wc had turkey tor dinner todav,
The finest the state could produce.
And, as oa the table It lay, '
'Twas better, 1 thought, thnn a soose.
Irvln Medlar has a bell toys' quurtet
which will Blng some of the favorite aits
heard hi the ha!ls; ttj-' the" ti'ccompanlinent
of the clink of the ice In the pitcher wh'ch
comes up at S a. ni. ,
As the "pink pyjama girl" F. W. Har
wood will present the beautiful song from
the "Flirting Princess," entitled "I've Been
Kissed in San Francisco." Other numbers
will be "Never Choose a' Girl from Her
Photograph" and rShe Loves My Dreamy
Eyes," by "Dad" Weaver and Will A.
Campbell, the broilers of t,he ad club.
Admission tickets to the beefsteak and
vaudeville will sell to the elect for J2 and
handsome prizes will be . offered to the
' couple staying through the performance.
Sidney Wlus Uame.
SIDNEY, Neb., Jan. 10 (Special Tele
giam.) The Sidney High school basket ball
team and the Sutherland High school team
played here Saturday, the game resulting
111 a score of 61 tir 12 In favor of Sidney.
Several spectacular plays were made on
the part of the Sidney squad. Sidney has
won every contest so far this year. Next
Saturday the Sterling, Colo., team will
pluy with the locals.
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