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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1911)
Tim r.KK: OMAHA. TlIKKhAV, DKCF.MnF.Ti 12. 1.'H
MOXKY. TO LOAN.
I salary and Chattels.
1 KJ $LJJ
- - - t'aw.wiu . wm.a &vi 1 t
Body who own furniture, pianos, II
horse wagons, or anyone holding M
a steady position at th tnoat rea- II
enable charges. All wa ask la your ti
promise to py. No red tap. Nt M
delay. Quickly, privately, cheaply. W
4rt in Installment o( 1 1-1- M
Wo In itutiilimeiits of ll .16. it
loO In installments if liii. It
No other charge. II
Loan modo from one mouth to II
on year. Terms to suit you. II
GUARANTEE LOAN CO., II
(.-srnau x.oan Department.)
M m Wlthnell Rik. Over Neb. Cycle Od. II
M N. E. Cor. 15th and Harney.... , it
II Douglas 6046; lnd. A-1M. ll
II Open Every .Evening Till O'clock II
i mmmmmmsmim trtrruittti
If you can uso from 118 to 1 10 or mors
to a food advantage, oome to us. We
, do not advertise any misleading ratee.
but we have the lowest rates In the city.
We guarantee you a square deal. You
can repay us In small weekly or monthly
payments. We allpw a, discount If paid
,bfore time. Call, write or 'phone appli
cation and you will jet prvmpt attention.
NEBRASKA LOAN CO..
Pougla 136. 230 Bee Bldg. A-1268.
DO TOUR SHOPPING NOW
GET YOUR XMAS MONEY
CITY LOAN COMPANY
tecauee our rates are lower, payments
, easier, business confidential,
CITY LOAN COMPANY,
-21Dougla Block. Apposlta Haydnn'a.
wtro um'iu oio inn. A--aso,
P'AMOW LOANS at 2 and 5 per c"enU
i -rmyj, ua'ir. itxi txtlF.
LOANS ON FtmNiTt-KE. PIANOS. U
SALARIES, ETC., JJ
at charges you can afford, and
8 without th red tap and delay you
experience with other companies.
II ESTABLISH IOUH CREDIT
M HERE. It s as GOOD AS A BANK
M ACCOUNT IN TIME OF NEED.
M NOTE THESfcl RATBB:
110, you pay back 11LM.
H sia, you pay back
It $26, you pay back
II 869. vol! nflv V,,-lr
M NO OTHKK CHARGES.
If . Weekly or Monthly payment.
If Open every night till Xraaa I p. m.
S .OMA"A FINANCIAL CO?,
M -10 Brown Blk, Opposite Bran-
W.aela. . E. Cot. 16th and Doutlaa. Jtx
g Phone Douglas 2036. $
1 CHRISTMAS MONEY.
: YOUR CREDIT.
good here a your employer's la at
I bis bank.
TOUB PLAIN NOTB
sil wa ask. bo security, no indorsee.
1 ' Wo are making
I SPECIAL CHRISTMAS RATES,
i Borrow 110.00, return 4U. per week.
; Borrow ,20.00, return 80c per week.
Borrow 120.00, return LM per week.
Borrow (40.00, return 11.00 per weak.
Borrow (50.00, return 8100 per wek.. -i
, Call and let ua explain.
' OMAHA TRUST CO., .
37 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. Doug. 6111.
; USE OUR MONEY FOR .
Wo make loans on all kinds of chattel
tjulckty and privately. Phone Doug. 123,
IIOME , LOAN COMPANY.
33 Famain St. Robm 1. Patterson Blk.
MONEY FOR CHRISTJLAS.
Loantd on. furniture, planoa or teams at
low rates and eay term.
STATE MORTGAGE LOAJ!
R. U Arlington Blk., iSiltt Dodge St
PHonee: Douglas IXA. Independent A-H6i
STAR LOAN CO.
Id TO 1100
Furnished salaried people without secur
ity, indorsement, delay, publicity, extor
tlon or deception. Terms to suit. 644 Pazton
OFPK11ED FOIl RENT
Hoard aad Moo ma.
O. M. TB. hauls trunk. D.' til. A-I811.
Portola. family note). 26th Ave. and Har
i NICE place tor nice people. THE MAD
ISON. 21st and Chicago Sts. IL00 and up.
t'nder new management.
St. Jamea. mod. II. io day; week 15 up.
1 SUITE of rooms; excellent board. West
Farnam. Call Harney 4fi.
ONS largo attractive south room, with
board; steam heat; walking distance, imj
North 2f.th St.
THIS more you eat the more you want
of D. 3. O'Brien' candy. If Mra. A. J.
Beaie, JB32 Meredith Ave., will oome to
.The Be office within three days we will
give her an order for a Ou-oent box of
- Famished Rooms.
Dewey European Hotel, llth A Farnam.
' DEtilRABLki turuishod room, private
family. 26l!t N. 20th. Phono Webster 6K76.
1 FUMMlbUibO room; private; Xel. tuo.
I ROOM, with bain, in private family;
widow preferred; where there are no
other roomers or children; in quiet neigh
borhood in suburbs of Omaha or South
Omaha. Look Box MS, Omaha postofrtce.
FOR RENT Two furnished parlor
rooms with beat and gas. 643 S. 22d 8t.
2502 St. Mary's Ave; strictly modern,
iWarm, front room. Red 2W7.
TWO furnisheo looms for housekeeping,
all modern; gaa furnlaaed for cooking and
lights; 13.60 per week. Phone Webster
Cte. 2716 Parker St.
' ROOM for two; suam heated; modern.
28 DOUGLAAJ Two newly rurnished.
trlctly modern rooms, hot water beat,
for gentlemen. Tel. Tyler 122a.
I 1M1 Douglas tit. Two modern, strictly
up-to-date front parlors, each suitable fur
TWO pleasant modern rooms near good
board and Hunncom Park. Tel Har. 20g.
LOVELY front room In modern home;
private family, ii: ti. 17th Ave.
2555 tit. Mary's Avenue, one nicely fur
nished front room with piano; strictly
modern. Louglax Wi.
NO NKKli of worrying about dessert
when DalzWl la In town. If Mrs. A. J.
Newman, 44 Dewey Ave., will come to
.The Bee office within three days we will
give her an order for a quart brick of this
nne ice cream.
NICELY fumlsaed roouw, strictly mod
ern, reasonable; car on block. &ftu H.
TWO nicely furnished, strictly modern
rooms, close to car line, near Hanacora
para; rour genuemen. 1147 Park Ave.
Varnished Housekeeping; Mooma.
TWO nicely furnished housekeeping
rooms, aus Lavenport rt.
ONE large front parlor, nnwiy fum-
jsnen, strictly modern, sue No. Zutn M.
Utls aad AparaCBia,
NICELY FVRNlHH DD ROOMS for gen
ttren. THE CHATHAM. 110 W. 13th St.
Huo Hotel. !am-nt) 1AM Doug. SI.
DoiniB liOiaL. litii and Dodge; all
Steam-heateil rooms; mrrrim) week rate.
Excellent meals, 2i M. 3f, Ho, Omaha.
Howard Holal, Unrni'W Huwrd.
HOTEL Flomar, ITTirand'apaol Avs.
Burlington, one rooms 1 l.T.x k lo linl'ut.
tJABi HOI HI, ulc rooniM, L'jg t-asx bi
oXKoitD Hii'l Am s.Io. sim lai w kly rat.
ThriiY-ri Hdtfl " CouncUrtlufls ItJoms
OKKHHKP YOH HKXT
6-ROOM apartment In the llntah. A
ply 418 umiln Nat l Bank Bldg , or phone
HOT waier heated, beet system heat,
l-room new flat, all bardwood finish,
fO.SO. 0I 8. tl'd.
t-room flat on Htrmin Ave. Weo. kTfc.
I and 4-r. mod. apartments. Sit A. 22J.
F(1I;H-IL(X)M iu.rl m.nl haited. Ltd"
The Manuel, list and Howard.
MODKRN 6-room heated apartment on
Weet Fernara street; rery choice.
JOHN W. ROBPIN. lftn FARXAM BT.
K1RST-CLASS 4-room apartment In the
Alma, 27th and Harney, 137.10. Including
hent. Harney 20i9.
N1CK.LY furnished 4-room house. Ill
per month. Tel. Benson 141.
FURNISHED house. I'hone Iouglas
199 or call t2 North ISth avenue.
l'n sralihea H oome.
OH. IXHJK. Fish has those nice ll(ht
vnfurnlshed southeast rooms. 1H14 Kur
dette. Yes,. It s Fish, the Piano Tunpr.
Hesjeea and t'etrtri
WALL PAPEIi r"ntm- per "in
vnnuuim ljikfn1 glaalug. picture
framing. Monson, Knt Park Ave. H. 61'W.
MOD. i-room cottHe; fine rep'r. H. S44.
CKK)D 4-room enttBfce. Phone Web. 24t).
673 S. 28th St., K rooms, completely
modern U3.0U. Hall. C3 Raingc. L. 740.
FOR KENT-Four-room cottege on th
Ave. between IXidge and Douglas streets.
See Dexter L. TIhiidm, I2 Beo Hldg.
THINK Central, cheapest 7-room bouse
with bath, basement. In city. Apply 2M
6 ROOMS, modern, except heat; conve
nient to car, church and school; modern
steel range, also gas range and handsome
kitchen cabinet. WflU Pratt St.
Tlnncno Parta of the city.
JAUUSL3 Crel(rh Son, A Co. BWR.
Four bedrooms, bath and toilet on sec
ond floor; large family room, dining
room, buttery-kitchen, refrigerator room,
hall and reetlbule on first floori fall
cement basement, with toltat; furnace
heat: everything first class and strictly
modern. Located at 1511 Georgia Ave. See)
the owner at lfot Georgia Ave., or phone
Harney 1509. ,
Wtwt Farnam New modern hiucco, 7-r.
Jl N. Mth Ave. Phone Red 2M7.
fi-ROOM modern house nearly new and
nicely decorated. Located at 2710 Decatur
St. 133.00. Phone H. 4!2 Or D-163.
imrTutr.uni.n rtii'r nnnUeri. for
warded; cheap freight rates; moving and
storing. Expressmen' Delivery Co. Tel.
Douglas 294.. City office. 211 S. 17th St.
Houses. Ins. Rlngwalt. Brandeis Th. Bldg.
OMAHA EVP. CO.. movlnr vans and
storage. Trunks, baggage del. D. SOU,
41 N. 17tti.
T-ROOM house. IM; l-room. 132. Han-
score park; modern. Phone Harney lfoto.
271t DOUGLAS, e-room cottage, Wd;
wnter free; open.
MODERN -room house, 2710 Capitol
Ave. Harrwy 1404.
EIGHT-ROOM house, strictly modern.
Call Webeter 3312.
E1GHT-KOOM house at 1BB N. 17th.
Brick barn at M0 N. ttd St.
O. C. REPICK. Attorney,
1B17 Farnam St.
130 -room, ail modern home, in dandy
shape. 2010 N. 27th St.
KUBIINWJN at WULf,
Phone Douglas 2418. 436 Paxton Blk.
A i-ROOM cottage, modern except heat.
near car; $12.00 per month. Inquire, Web
NICE 4-room cottage, 18 a month. 17o4
South J nth Ht.
TWO houses, olosa In. Low rent. 614
N. 23d St.. 0 rooms, large, convenient
furnace, cistern, trees, yard. 634 N. 22d
7 rooms, one atorX,. modern, except heat.
Inquire; terms. 1 ei. itea. natu,
FOUR-ROOM flat appartment. West
Farnam dtntr!ct; . references required.
Phone H 4W0.
(-ROOM house, modem except neat. 1413
N. 24th Bt.. IJS.
7-roora house, modern axespc heat, au
Charles Su U.
( rooms. 2d noor, uus n. wtn Bt., moa-
ern except heat, 114.
6-room cottage, moaern except neat, an
N. 23d et., X). t
(-room house, modern except neat, isis
Corby St.. $19.
-room. 1st noor, xm ct. zsin St.. partly
(-room, 2d floor. 1902 N. 28th St, toilet
T-room bousa. modern txcept neat, stal
Izard nt., :u
CHRIS HOTER, 22d and Cuming CU.
(-room houae close In, modern but heat.
walking distance. 126.00.
GALLAullEU He KBLBO.X,
4SI Brandeis Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
(-ROOM house not modern but In ex
cellent condition. Rent reduoed for winter
montha to (12.60. Call Harney 4371.
2601 MAFLJfi ST.. 6 rooms, modern ex
cept furnace. 4241. Hall, 431 Bamga. D.
1400; A-4406. (St. -
FOR RENT All modern, newly paper
ed, t-room cottage. Webster 4232 or call
at 36t!8 Ames Ave.
SMALL house for rent.
404 S. 27th
Ave.; also some furniture.
(-ROOM house in Dundee; small cash
payment, balance monthly. All Larson,
HOUSE FOR RENT 128 S. SMh St.
Bee F. J. Fitzgerald, 327 Board of Trade.
COTTAGE, 8US N. 16th.
-WE WILL PAY YOUR MOVING
(12 Nlca 4-room brick apartment, mod
except beat. 2212 n. 2iat St.
117 4-room cottage, mod. except heat.
lbSl N. 21st St.
ROBINSON 4s WOLF.
Phone Douglas 241$. - 436 Paxton Blk.
FOR RENT or sale on small payment
down, balance long time, a beautiful new
seven-room house .all modern, full base
ment; nloest residence portion of city.
Apply to A. B. Hunt or Btockton Heth,
office Omaha Water Co.
FOUR-ROOM cottage, 22U Paclflo St.,
ft per month.
NICE largn 6-room cottage, inocern ex
cept heat, am N. &.th St.
12-ROOM house, all modern, hot water
heat, bam, H block 24th St. car, Kounlze
Place. Phone Webmer Sn.
3G1( Boyd St., 6 rooms, all modern ex
cept heat, hard wood floors. 2 blocks
from car. Key at i410 lioyd. Tel. D.
12 or W. 2046.
FOR KENT 6-room cottage, modern
except heat. Phone Hamey joJJ.
n U All A Van anil fitnrmwm I 'n t .U U
moves, aiores hounehold goods. Fireproof
storage. stH S. 16th. Branch JW a. 17th.
Tel. Douglas 4163. A-1336
SMALL house for rent to colored peo
ple, (10 per month. Gt key next door
north or telephone WeBsler 6024. Ill N.
Stores aad Offices.
W17H to sublet sulfa of five rooms In
City National Bank Bldg. Call D 412.
OFFICE or desk room. 404 Be Bldg.
HTOKK at 23i Burning bU
More at 2101 Cumlug Bt,
Store at 1)33 N. 24th St.
New store at 1604 Harney St
Office or saleoroom at 16th snd Harney,
Four-room office suite at 1117 Farnam,
O. C. REDIC'K, Attorney,
1517 Farnam St.
BARN or garag in Be mis Park. Tel.
7- - ' ., " . ' . ; . y-7
OFFERED FOIl HALB
ClIEAI'-Lkcellent range. Wetiltr ZM.
Vacant rooms become tenanted when advertised in The Bee
This nd ns ordoreil taken out after it bad run a few
to desirable tenants many more "vrero disappointed in not
For a furnished room ad
OHFKKfcl) IXU SAI.K
CRAFTSMAN'S solid oak library table.
Mx32; absolutely new. Itouglss 1917.
U A S K 141 ' KN F. R. fiiw condition. Your
own rloe. 2230 Orand Ave.
FOR KALE Art Oarlaml liard coal
burner. WOS! N. th St., South tHnaha.
TtANO, slightly tiKod. at a nargaln.
Stgerstrom Piano Mfg. Co., 19th and
S75 Conservatory violin, lesa than half.
112 Martha St.
MUSIf BOX 80 17-lnch fine discs. $Jb.
T.IGirT TOfTCH MONARCH VISIBLK
for rent. THK MONARCH TYPE
WRITER CO.. 411 S. Uth. Phone D 409.
"'I' Y PK Wit if K H S, ALL MAJCKS For
sale or rent; largest stock, rwwt bargains.
B. F. Swanson Co., 1314 Farnam St.,
WK HAV13 A COMPlKTK LINK
of all makes of typewriters, fartory re
built; prices right; It will pay you to see
us before buying.
TYPEWRITER 1 NSFKOTtOrf AND SUP
PLY CO., 1805 FARNAM ST.
RENT an Oliver typewriter from the
Oliver Typewriter Co. Douglas 2tl!
SMITH l'RICMIKKS. models No. 2 or
No. 4, In excellent condition, rented three
months for o ,
SMITH PREMIER TYPTWRITER CO.,
lSth and Douglas
M Isoc I lanevas.
SAFES Overstocked with second-hand
saTea, all sixes and makes; bargains.
American Supply Co.. 1U0 Farnam at.
Get in the Game
TTlectric pianos, 1109 each; elot ma
chines, attiletlc and peanut enachlnea and
scales, new and seoond-hand. Write for
our list of bargains. Bettor still coma
and see ua. We alno do repairing.
ACME MACHINE CO., J1J4 Leavenworth.
Phones: H 243, Jnd. A
SIX-FOOT bookkeeper's desk, oak fin
ish, for sale at 110. Apply George W.
IT, i u Ait.KNitw and nMflnd-band
caroin and pocket billiard tables nd
bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy payments. The
Brunswlck-Balke-Collandcr Co., 407-4TO a
imh Ht. .
FOR KALIC Two scholarships 4n the
Omaha Commercial college and one In
Boylce oollege. iluslness office, Omaha
2D SAFES, DKRIGHT, 1H1 Farnam Wt.
FOR SALE Wood,"3 a load, delivered
In South Omaha; also a fine lot of loose
hav. South 8520.
ONE 1-karat white perfect diamond
ring', snap. P. "39 Bee.
FOR SALE Blriger sewing machine
cheap; call Sunday. SOS So. 24th Bt. Phone
K1NDL1NU. 14 loHd. H. Gross. W. iMlt.
ONE S and H karat diamond white,
perfect diamond; a bargain, O. 838 Bee.
SECOND-HAND hard al. stove (-.
sonable. Call Harney.
RS-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Qladlsh Pharmacy. 12th and Dodga
M teenage, Rlttenhouse. 808 Old Boston Bid.
YOU NO women coming to Omaha as
strangera ars Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at Seventeenth and St. Mary's Ave.,
where they will be directed to suitable
boarding places or otherwise assisted.
Look for our travelers' aid at the Union
HINDOO TABLETS will build, bracu,
strengthen, 50c. BELL DRUG CO.
W E rent and repair all kinds of sewta
machines, lnd. A-JUO. Doug la 1003. .
NEBRASKA CVClu. CO..
16th and Harney Hta.
f Ql inP Treatment. Mra. Bteeie,
MAOOAUli 17W iodge. Ground floor.
MACtiiAGEr-bweaish movement; nothing
better for rheumatism; ladles, (1; gentle
men, (1.6t. Apt. 2, imia Farnam. Ii. um.
Mibk LanK. manicuring, vibratory mas
sage treatments. R. 1, 2d floor, laws Dedgo.
remedy for itching, bleeding or protrud
ing piles; tfu pu.,ijjju , wuiyw
Sherman at MoConneii Drug Co.. Omaha.
MlflM V.TK : treatment. B. Brott, 71H
8. 10th, 2d floor. D. 626J.
THF5 SALVATION ARMY solloiw oaal-
off ciiithina:: In fact, anvthlna? you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. llth St.. -for cost of collection, to lae
worthy pour. Call 'phone Douglas 4X44
and wagons will call.
M ARSAOW Ball'. "It glow aromatic
SnLASyQASXU treatment. Mme, Allen
Chicago, 10 fl. 17th St., 1st floor. P. tttuj.
Mrs. Snvder. zuassa.se. electrical treat
ment. ( Dunsauy, loth ft Pierce. P. 4.VS0.
To Whom It May Concern: Thlg Is to
notify the public that I will not be
responsible tor any debts oouu-aoted by
tuy v.u, Teesla inner.
hKMSST A. 1 1 1 ft til.
Dr. Burke, women's diseases. 41 Doug. BH
T-.T..I, . .-..".I l.Jl-ilUl' n..nl,.ll.lnj hull'.
dremlug; new parlors. 302 Nevliis. ii. 3'M.
girl ' montns or 1 year. Mra. dtrayer,
;-ilH Ersklne. Web. 3i77.
IOUliTn' AND t'tCT 8TOCK
Screenings, l.36 per luv. Wagner, sol N. M.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Pair of
Hurt urpiugion GocKtsreiis. neoBur ivo.
10 line laying hens, ie each. 24 olilck-
mnm w ..I C-h 'A in 1 tioundi each. UUG. 4142
Buff Orpington oockerells. Webster 18Z8.
Electric gas fixtures. Omaha Silver Co-
Ideal Cement Stone Co., 17th and Cuming.
Fuchs, Son Blind, pslntlng, decorating.
ROOFING PAINT, bulluing paper, plas
ter board. Amur. Hup. Co., US Nicholas.
tl'I'Y PHOPWRT Y FOR LH.
IS ROOMS. ALL MODERN.
We have a two-apartn.ent house, con
taining 18 rooms, two bath rooms, aeven
bed rooms, with parlor, dining room and
kitchen in each apartment, with new
plumbing and good heatlrug plant.
This property is too large for personal
owner and It la a splendid proposition for
some one who will buy It and divide It
Into four three-room apartments. Owing
to the arrangement of the house this
work can bs done at i very email ex
pense and when convicted the apart
ments will rent for each. The buyer
oan live in ono apartment, rent the rest
and make a good inveaimeat out oX your
The building Is well built and in good
oondltlon; only thirteen minutes' ride to
the center of the city; one block from the
Dodge street car Una and in good resi
THE NUMBER 2H
N. 201 11 ST.
It is lust north ot Ohio on the Flor
ence Blvd. A good alg or s even-room
modern house alii be taken In exchange
at the right price. Thla proposition is
certainly worth tooaiag at.
NORKiB 4k MARTIN.
400 Bee Bldg. Doug. 4-'V0. A -4270.
Wool worth Ave,, aeven-room, mod
ern house: north side of iluuctin rark
Ideal location; leaving city; snap fur
sum cue. A. C. Huod, Harney A0.
TWO fnrnlMted rooms for housekeep
ing; rental reasonabla Thona Red 7S37.
411 South J 9 1 1.
riTV rtortcHTY fhr "4i.h
4H0 aoren 1 lullea south of Tryon. Neb.;
sod hup, 2.1 acres plowed, Mark soil,
rolling lund, 100 feet to water; ti per acre.
lox t76, Lexington, Neb.
WHY pay rent when the same money
will buy you a home? I have a new cot
tage of 4 rooms and bath room. Will sell
on small payment, balance monthly. 1'.
O. Box 7M.
HVKRY housewife desirous of a nice
deeeert should try Dalsell's puro Ice
cream. If Mrs. II. K. Gregory, 4S12 Capi
tol Ave., till come to The Bee office
within three dnys we will give her an
order for a quart brick of this fine lee
ACREAGE FOR II I.E.
5 acre one-half mile outside the city
limits of riouth OmHtii; good ft-room
house, barns and outbuihlliigs. lots of
fruit. If sold immediately can bo bought
at a bargiiln.
O'Neils Real Estate
& Ins. Agency
1S05 Famnm street.
Tyler 1034. lnd. A-IB3.
512 North 24th Street, So. Omaha.
South 192. lnd. F-U92.
FARM k H4NCI1 I.AD FOR WAI.W
RRITIS1 1 OOLnM BT A .
Mild climate, no extremes, land located
In the Nachaco and Fraaer valleys, clone
to Fort Froser atid Fort t4eorge, the me
tropolis of Central British Columbia. In
thn recent land show in New York British
Oolumbla surpassod all competition on
potatoes and other cereals, receiving first
prise, Minnesota second prise. Write or
call today for booklet describing this
wonderful country. B. Meyel, District
Salt-s Agent, B10 Paxton Bldg., Omaha,
"My knowledge of land on uncompleted
Grand Trunk oan make you quick profits.
Frank Crawford. 318 Homer street, Van
couver, or Omaha."
FOR 8ALT3 Two homestead relinquish
ments, joining and fenced; shallow water
and well on one of the places; fine prai
rie land In valley. Land located 7 miles
of good town and 14 miles of Sterling,
Colo. We must sell these at once. Price,
K& each. Get a frlmd or relative and
come to Sterling and each get a home of
160 acres. Morton A Waldo, The Land
Men, Sterling, Colo."
I HAVE Just returned from Florida;
went there to look Into the land situa
tion. If you want to know anything
about the state 1 oan tell you. Write
me. Isaac Allstatt, Hazard, Neb.
FOR KALB Chrckish ranch, P,i acres;
plenty of fruit and peaches; good build
ings; location oentral Illinois; for par
ticulars write Laurens, Iowa, Route (,
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
yotir farm is to insert a small want ad
In the Dee Moines. OpRal. Largxwt cir
culation In the state of Iowa, 43,000 dally.
The Capital la read by and believed la by
the standpatters of Iowa, who simply re
fuse to permit any other paper In their
hemes. Rates, 1 cent a word a day; (1.26
per line per month; count nix ordinary
words to the. line.. Address Des Moines
Capital, Pea Moines. la. .
Build vouranlf a noma on the Gulf
Coast. No extremes of weather, either
hot or cold. No drouth. Good, rich lands
from 110 up. Wa own them. Easiest of
terms. We want farmers. Write for our
COAST REALTY AND COLONY CO.,
VirTY k OCT A mA nmtfna Ifln SS .,n
C4 Brandeis Blk., Onsaha, Neb. '
70 ACRES FOR BALE.
The halra of the late 'Sarah Harrier.
Valley, Neb., are offering 70 acres of the
best land in uougioa county, nta., ior
sale. This la a rare opportunity to buy
first class land close In to a good town:
good high school and churches; every
foot under cultivation; there la none better.-
One-halt mil north of poatofflce at
Valley, Neb, No commission to pay to
anyone; you buy direct from the heirs.
For further Information call -aa or ad
dress P. O. Harrier, Valley, Neb.
HEAL ESTATE FOIl RENT
Farm and Ranch l.aada.
lfl acres. ES mile east ot Council Bluffs.
I miles from Defiance, 10 miles south of
Denlson; 116 acres In cultivation, balance
In pasture; good 6-room bouse, barn, etc
Rent, (4. 60 per acre.
O'Neil's Real Estate
8c Ins. Agency
1B05 Farnam Street.
Tyler 1024. Ind. A-1313.
612 North 24tU Street, So. Omaha.
South 1W. Ind. F-1193.
HAVE CHICKEN ranch or small milk
dairy for rent, 12 acres; new 6-room
house, barn, chicken barn, alfalfa, well,
springs and brook and shade, 2 blocks
west of ear line In r iorem:e. .Dexter i..
Thomas, 411 Bee Building, Both Phones.
RE Ali ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith ft Co., last Farnam St.
OMAHA Property and Nebraska Lands.
O KEErE KKAL .3 In i c wvi.
1011 New Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
FARM LOANS near Omaha; no coram ia-
ston; optlunal payments; cheap money,
Orin 8. Merrill, 1213 City Nat l bank Bldg.
lluO to (10.000 made piomptly. F. JJ.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. Ulh aad Faraam.
MONEY to loana on business or resi
dence properties. (1.000 to 6w.uu0. W. U.
THOMAS. 603 First Natl Bank Bldg.
WANTED FARM LOANS. Kloke In
veetment company, Omaha.
LOW RATHt). BEM1H-CARLBEKQ CO..
tls-812 Biandeis Theater Bldg.
GAEVIN B110S.& Na,VBa
LARGE IJAN 8, municipal bonds, murt
gages bought and sold. bTULL liROS.
WANTED City loans. Patera Trust Co,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR EXCHANOE Five stocks of mer
chandlse for eastern Nebraska land. Ad
dreaa Y (1. rare Omaha Bee.
FOR EX CHANGE Nebraska farms and
rant hea for merchandise or city property
Address X 70. care Omaha Bee.
days. The rooms w ere rcuted
answering the ad sooner.
WANTKIl TO KKNT
SMALL room, well located lor grocerW,
Male location and rent wanted. D. 80s,
"FVRNiNHErTfWit or small honso for
month of January; leslrable neighbor
hood. F. L. Baldwin ft Co.. 610 First Na
with, east or . south exposure preferred,
within ten block of 1 uiniim and 18th
St. Must be good room, plenty of hot
wftwif aiiu iistM. Auarrni M-tsw, -.ee.
WANTKIs TO HU'V
Id-band good, Klesor. 10 Onter. D. 6iiU.
VnifSsh"rn'" Ftir ('o., 7 N. IHtn,
1 1 "" Omaha. We buy all kinds of mvt
fun; pay high prices, lllve us a trial.
PRACTICAL nme. Call H. Wlft. A-H874.
WHITE woman dn.xlies duy work; neat
Sbd clean. Tel. D. 740.
Ari eaucatext womar. nestres work In
Omaha or eluewhere In Institution or fam
ily to aantet In krenlnc and taking cart
of children. Welwter 3177,
Yol'NO lady with one year'a experi
ence as wtenographer wishes a position
In a firm; nalary according to ability.
O T3. Bee
lTUATIt)N wanted A nisiiaarr of
general store, country town; experienced.
O till. Bee.
KUIJNU man wants position aa bnr
tender; experienced. f4 fclu. Hoe.
HY high school g-ratluate, stenographer,
clerical or bookkeeping; unexperienced.
1, 10. Bee
W A KH 1 N ta nd ourtalnw done. T. H. &420
"V'AKTF.l Pmlrion ex rionne keener bv
respeirall nlflclle-aged lady. Prefer
U n . m.I.V. nl.l I., ..n Hart .liariallMd
nurse. Addrers Mra". Marie Turner, gen
eral Delivery, voiinon pnm, is.
BDOKKKEPINQ ana clerical work
evenings and "Hturdays; use typewriter.
AddrnHS L 743. Bee.
THREE young ladles, piano player and
singer, want position In picture show, ex
perienced. Douglas BW. K 776. Bee.
POSITION wanted by competent lady
stenographer; references as to ability.
WANTED A position as cook In pri
vate family or restaurant. 2110 Chicago
Ht. Red 6700.
MUST HAVE WOKK
Young mnn needs) work for board and
room. Phone Douglaa 44.
YOUNG man with good education wants
store; good references.
YOUNU man wants position as chauf
feur; . experienced. 2402 Ht. Mary's Ave.
CAN you use a young man with sales
and executive ability? Address H KU.
WANTEI Position as bookkeeper or
general accountant by young man, mar
ried, resident of tills olty and man of
wide' experience; reliable and temperate.
Call Harney 6ilttS for Interview.
SICWINO wanted--'felephona Webstei
5019. . , " :
YOUN man, 21 years old, desires po
sition operating elevator, one and one
half years' experience. Address Ray Hall
berg, 2602 Bo. Mth Ave.
WAHHING or Ironing for Mondays and
Fridays. Web. 4207.
MAN wants position aa chauffeur. Ad
dress. C MM, rsre Bee.
LADY of middle axe wishes a position
for general housework; experienced cook.
do laundry work. Tel. Harney BOOT.
WHITW lady desirea steady places of
day work; neat, conscientious; does not
disappointment engagements. Phone II,
YOU NO man 21 years ot sge desirea
rlerlcal position; experienced. Phone
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Shin your stock to South Omaha: save
mlleaae and shrlnkaas. your oonMicn-
menta receive prompt aid cartful atten
tion. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MKR.
Byers Bros, ft do. Strong and responsible.
WOOD BROS.. 2H4-XH E xchange Bid
Great Wes?. Coin. Co.. Omaha ft Denver,
W. R. PMITlt ft HON )st handle sheep.
W. F. DENNY ft CO., U Each. Bldg.
TACK4 BHQ8. handle cattle, hogs, sheep.
Clsy, Bohlnsoa ft Co., W Rxch. Bldg.
Interstate Co. Better results. Hhlp to us.
"clirFT"ON Com. Co. 222 Kxohange Bldg,
""hiTrke-rickly co., n Exch. BidgT
L. K. ROBERTS ft CO., 22 Exoh. Bldg.
Cox ft Jones Cum. Co., kntnoh of bustlers.
Farmers L. S. Com. Co.. 4 Exchange.
DnoosK nroceeds of shipments in Stock
Yards Nal'l bank. Only bank at yards.
Martin Bros, ft Co., 200-4 Kxch. Bldg.
. OMAHA. THE GRAIN MARKET.
Nebraxka-Iowa Grain Co., 714 Hrandols.
WEECS GRAIN OO., grain merchants,
consignments sollolted. M Brandela
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
PION STATION .Tenth and Mason
Ban Fran. Overl'd L. .a :4. am
China ft Japan F. M.. a 1:06pm
Oregon Express all :86 pm
ivos Angeles ltmilea. .aiz:4b pm
Denver Hpenlal a 7:04 am
Centennial Hiate Spa'l.all ::m pin
Colorado Express. . .. a 2:3" pm
Oregon-Wash. L't'd. . .allto pm
North IMatte Iof si. ...a 8 16 sin
Grand Inland Lorsl....a t VI pin
Stromsburg Local. . .bl2:41pm
t'htrwK A- lorlh western
Minn. -fit. Paul Ex. ...a 7 00 am
Minu.-Hl. Paul L't'd. .a 7:00 pm a (:00 sin
Twin city Express ..a 7:46 am al0: pm
Ktoux City Local a 3:46 pin a 2:28 pm
Minn. &. Dakota Ex. .a 7:00 pm a 8 IS am
Twin City Limited ...a 6.46 pm a 7:30 am
Minnesota Express allOam
Carroll Local a 7:00 am a 1:10 pm
Daylight Chicago a 7:4 am al0 4 pm
Chicago Local all:06 pm a 1:2s pni
Colorado-Chicago a 6:10 pm a 3 28 pm
Chicago Special a (:0t pm a 4 4'J am
Pac. Coast-Chicago. ...a 6:38 pm a 8 KR pm
Los Angeles Jmttcd..a 1 60 pm all:3ti pni
Overland Llmitad a 7:66 pm a k:l," kin
Carroll Local a 4 30 pm aiooo am
Fast Mall a : pm a 1:35 tn.
Cedar Rapids. Sioux ft
Omaha 1:13 pm
Centennial Plate Dm. 12:40 am 11 ti pin
WEdTBOU N R.
Long Pine a 8:00 am all .00 am
Norfolk-Dallas a I so am alO lj pni
Long Plne-Llnrola....a 2:16 pm a 6:20 pin
Hastings-Superior ....to 2:16 pm a 1:20 pm
Deadwood-liot Mp'gs. .a 1:66 pm a 6.J0 pm
Casper-Lander a I 66 pta all 00 pni
Fremont-Albion b 6:W) pm Ii l is pm
K. C. ft St. L. Fx. ...a l:2 am a 7:40 am
K. C. ft St. L. Ex....all;ll pm a t:60 pm
Overlar.d limited a 7 60 pm :1J am
Perry Ixical a (:M am ll:(i inn
Colorado Express ., ..a (:u0 pm 2:25 pin
Colorado Upeclal a 7:42 am e:60 am
Perry Local .. , b l.lo pm L'. piu
ItAIIVAV TIVK CAUI.
Illlnnls I ett fl rm l-
Chicago Express a 7 0 am a 3:4A
Chicago Limited a 6.00 pm a 3.00
I hlrnao t.reat tvestern
Chicago IJmlted a k 3" nil
Twin "1ty Limited a t-f ". pm a 7 4
Twin City Kpres....a l:4f am a S i0
Chlmgo Express a i 46
Loral raxseiignr a I. lit pm
( hlcago, Hock. Island A I'aclflc
Rnckv Mountain Ltd..al2:Mam a 10 .15
unicaao Jjotiai tuss. . .oii'.so am ouviv
ChlOHgo Day Express. a a 46 am a 4 :0
Chlosgn Express a 4 10 pm a 1.10
Ies Moines Local l'ai a 4 J7 pm 012:12
Cliloago-Ieb. Limited. a ( OS pin a 7;47
Chl.-Ncb. Lmtd to Lln-
rtnlf. ' a fi-nt mm m
CI1I..C0V0. Kx'press ....a 1 lo pn a 4:t0
tiki. lex. Express.. a 6:(t pm n in
Rocky Mountain Ltd.al0.43 pm al2.30
U a hash
Omaha Kt. Iiula Pt. :) tim a 9 IS
Mali and Express a 7 02 am all.15
Stanb'y L tirom C.n.)b 6:00 pm bio:iu
Rarllaartna gtatlon Tenth A Mason
Denrer OKfornla. a 4 10 pm
Ptiget fVnind Express. a 4 10 pm
Nebraska points a 1:20 am
Black Hills a 4 10 pm
Lincoln Mall.... b 1:90 pm
Northwest Express... .all. !VS pm
Nebraska points a 8:) am
Nebraska Ex proas a 9:16 am
Schiiyler-Plattsmouth b ttib pm
I'lHttamouth-lowa a :1A am
Ik'llevue-I'lHttsniouth al2.30 pm
Chicago Kpeclsl a 7 15 am
lvnver Kpeclal all :8ft pin
Clilcugo Express a 4 IX) pm
Chic. Fast Express... .a B SO pm
Iowa Ijocnt a P I6 am
Creston (la.l Local. ...b 3 S0 pm
St. Louis Express a 4 36 pm
K. C. . St. Joseph. ...al0:4f. pm
K. C. & t. Joseph..,. a 16 am
K. C. St St. Joseph... a 4:30 pm
a 3 45 pm
a 3:46 pm
a 6.10 pm
a 3 46 pm
a 7:00 am
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
a OS am
bio so am
b s ox am
a &.M am
n 2 40 pm
at 1:16 pm
a 7:00 pm
a 8:Ni pm
a :00 am
alO SO am
bio 43 am
all :60 am
a 6 45 am
a 6 10 pm
W rbatsr tttattou lSth and Webster.
Auburn Ixcal b 1:60 pm
Ml M am
(hlraaxt, St. rant, Mlisei
o 5:15 pm
b I.2S pm
b i) "am
Sioux City Express. ...b 1:26 pm
Omaha laical 0 1.25 am
Sioux City Pass
Twin City Pass b (:45 am
Emerflon Local b CM pm
(b) dally except (Sunday, U)
only, (a) dally.
TWO GRAND CRUISES
1I3V.1912 I FEB. 1913
((from New York) I (Frem Baa Francisco)
, Dy the Pxlsttsl Cruising Biesnier
follnwtnl ssme Hineniry ts
S. . CLRVKLASD.
1 GplZft snd I Isrltnllr all aeeMwsrr pt
' D JU up I Poses board and asbere.
T A few accnraMststloBi svsltsTile fnr the
sernnil rruls nt the . M. Cl.KVFl.AKD
frnai In Kranolsoe) Feb. 6, 112.
I DrRATION OF EACH CRCISH 110
ao Crates t t Ori, If! IWNat,
South Asterlea, Ha sag . sW.
nd for Tlluitnled lhwklet.
GOVERNMENT BALE INDIAN LANDS
Absolute Title Given the unalloted
landa of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Na
tions of the Five Civilised Tribes In Ok
lahoma, and not I nol tiding the coal and
timber segregations, will be sold at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder at the
following terms, times and places at not
lesa than the minimum price slated in
the advertisement: Urady eounty. Chick
sha. 6k( tracts, 17,600 acres, November
8, I, '4; Stephens county, Duncan, 790
tracts, 69,200 acres, Novcmher; (, 7 8;
Jefferson county, Ryan, 702 tracts, 4,400
seres. November , 10, ll; Love county,
Marietta. 864 tracta. 76.600 acres. Novem
per 12, 14, lu, 16; Carter county, Ardmora.
1,178 tracts, Id.tOO acres. November 17. IN.
lo, 21 22. 23; Murray county, Sulphur, 851
tracta, 2t,00t acres, November 24, 26; Gar
vin eounty, Pauls Valley, 621 tracts, ftv,6M
acrra, November 27, 28, 2; Mociatn
county, Purcell. 286 tracts, 14.000 acres.
Iecember 1. 1; Pontotoc county, Ada, 69
tracta, 4.r,auu acres, uecemDer 4. 6, ;
Johnson county, Tishomingo, 664 tracts,
88.200 acres December 7, 8, 9; Marshall
futimlw VfaAtll V7Q IflfUX. .
Decemker 11: Bryan county. Durant. tot
tracts, 26.10 acres, December 12, 12; Atoka
county, Atoka, KH tracta, 124,000 sores,
December 14. 16. 16. 18. 18: Coal eounty.
Onalgate, 69 tracts, 64.600 acrsa, Decem
ber 20, fl, 22; Hughes eeimty, Calvin 48T
tracts, 60.700 acres, December 2, 27; Pitts
burg county, McAiester, 1,6 w tracts, 167,
100 acres, December 28, t 80. Hll; Janu
ary 1, 2; Haskell county, fe'Jgler. 418
tracta, to joo acres, January 1, 4; latimsr
eounty, w uourton, llil tracts, ls.tng acres,
January I; Leflore county, Poteau, 276
tracia, zi.boo acres, January ; rusnma
taha county. Antlers, 641 tracts, (2,0ut
acres, January (, 8, 10; Choctaw county,
Hugo, (01 tracts, 17,600 acres. January U.
12. 12; Mccurtain county, Xdabell, 778
tracts, 64,600 acres. January 16, la, 17, 18,
mi. Not more than 1MI aorea cf aitrl
cultural and 40 aorea of other lands will
be sold to on person lu any one nation.
minimum valuation of (8 00 or more par
acre. Terms are 26 per cant at the time
or sale, -j per cent in twelve months,
and 60 per cent in two years, with 6 per
cent Interest. Payments must bo muds
In the form of draft or certified check.
payable to J. u. Wright, commissioner.
Upon full payment being made at any
time deed will Issua. Immediately after
approval of sale certificate of purchase
win issue anu possession n given, put
cutting of timber or drilling or mining
for minerals thereon will not be per
prlce. Right Is reserved to reject sny or
all bids. For Information apply to th
Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes
Muskogee, Oklahoma, or any ot the Dis
trict Agents as to lands within their re
epectlve districts. Lists of these lands
hav been prepared by counties, showing
the terms or sale, the description of the
various tracts snd minimum price. It
will bo Impracticable to furnish each In
qulrer all of these lists and It Is sug
vested that persons desiring such Infur
nation speoiry the locality In wnicli they
am Interested. Blue prints of the various
counties, showing the location of the land
to be sold, will be furnished upon appll
cation to the undersigned upon the pay
ment of (0.60 fur each county In th
form of draft or postal money order
J. G. WRIGHT, Commissioner to th
Five Civilized Tribes. Muskogee, Okla
homa. AtiKust 1. lull.
STOCK HOLDERS' MEETING.
Office of LEE-GLA6S-ANDHEESEN
HARDWARE tull PAN Y, Oinahu. No
braka, December H, 1911. Notice la hereby
given to the stockholders of Lec-tiloss-Andreeeen
Hardwure company that the
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
company will be held at the offices of
ssld company, corner of Ninth and Har
ney streets, in the city of Omaha, In th
state of Nebraska, on Tuesday, January
8. A. P., 112 . at 8 o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of electing a board of directors
for the company lo serve during the ensu
ing year, and to transact such other
business aa may be presented at such
meeting. Attest: W. M. Glass, Secre
tary; H. J. Lse. President.
TILE OMAIIA BEE
Omaha's Great Homo Paper
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Police Arrest Man Suspected of
Aiding- In Derby Robbery.
ENTERS DENIAL OF GUILT
Many Friends of F. J. Frvlta
Attend Fnnrral and Accompany
nody to Oravo Klary Tro
nonnced by John Mattes.
Oito Shoiitskt, allnf Pavo Hsb. alia
Theophllo Heft, suspected tit being? U
I til: J member of th trio that robbed a
bonk In Perhy. Ia.. November S4 was
arrested yMerday morning at 1 o'clock
at Thirty-ninth and M s'.rsets by Ad'.iig
captain Andrew McGulrs and OTTicnr
Fhoulskl, or Hois as he Is ltnrwn to tna.
police, formerly lived In South Omaha
and worked in tha parking house. Ho
us been In the hands rT th polio for
a number of minor offence, but was net
suspected of anything serious until nfter
the. robbery of th Perby bank last
Tho robbers obtained 53,000 ot th banVg
rash. Two of tha men, John Burns and
James Wilson, wero later nrresled U
Omaha, whence they were spirited acroaj
ha line Into Iowa fcefor tlielr aUorr.iyt
could obtain a writ of liahena corpun.
Petectlves for the Rankers' aasootntlon
of Iowa anl Nebraska traced th thrso
men. Yesterday Chief Brlggs wag fur
nished with information that led him to
believe that Bhoulskl might have beon
connected with tho Job In Perby,
When Captain McGulrs and Off lose
Cnullcr went to th locality whr th
suspected man was hiding they found
that he had taken up hi quarter In tha
resldene of Toney Hydock. Hsaxlnc th
police Bchoulskl flod tp the talra and
hid under a bed, whor Captain MoOuire
Denies He Is Cullty.
Shmilskl In the face of accusations
mad by th police gtoutly raemtaltisi hi
Innocence. He admits having been In
Perby recently, but claims ts har been
In South Omaha when the bank robbery
Information gathered from the detec
tives of the bankers' association Indicates
their belief tn th theory that Bhoulskl
or Hess was a member of th. Burns
Wilson trio. On fh hands of th prisoner
were mark which th pollc say might
have been made In handling; tha powder
or nitroglycerin which la used In blowing
aafes. Shotftskl accounted for th marks
by claiming that a doe; had bitten htm.
He says he 1 a cornhusker and can
prove an alibi.
At o'clock yesterday morning Deputy
ftherlff Engelbltson of Council Bluffs or
rived In this city and took sharga of the
prisoner. Although ths sheriff was armed
with papers from both states th prisoner,
protesting his Innocence, declared Ml
Willingness to go without requisition.
Ilarlal of F. J. Freltag.
Frederick J. FreHag, one ot the .best
known men In South Omaha and a leadet
among the Germans ot Nebraska, was
burled yesterday afternoon in Laurel mhi
The hour get for the funeral was 1
o'clock, but before that time the Treltag
home at Twenty-fifth and a streets was
filled wltn a large coneotitwe of relatives
and friends. About the casket of the
dead man wa heaped a wealth of. the
rarest cut flower and floral designs.
Pr. Wheeler of the First rresbyterlan
church was In charge ot the rellgloui
service and In a touching address eslo-
glsed the life and virtues or the deceased.
Pr. Wheeler's address, wmcn wa in
English, was followed by ft tribute la
German by John Mattes of Nebraska
City. Many or th elderly Germans pres
ent were touched to tear by th word
of Mr. Matte.
The eulogies were Interspersed with se
lections of German muelo rendered by a
choir o twenty-four voice whom Under
taken George Brewer baa ranged about
At th conclusion of th house services
th procession took It way toward
Laurel Hill cemetery, where th noay was
laid to rest. In the line of march wer
representative ot th German Horn, of
which Mr. Frettes; wa president, the
Bon ot Herman and delegate from prac
tically every German society ot -note in
Th following were pallbearer f Honor
ary, Fred Mengedoht, Albert Gotcha, Han
Book. John Voekhorr, Henry achouer and
J. D. Courtney. Active, Dr. Locke,
John Krage, John Dahmke, Emit Haws,
Henry Oeest, Oust 'Wordeman, George
RaJin and R. C. Strehlow. (
BalllTssi Nearly Drove bs. :
Bill Sullivan ot Thlrty-iixth and W
streets, while under th Influencd ef
Honor Saturday night fell and was almost
suffocated In a puddl or water at Thirty
first and T streets, where he lay until res
cued by a paasorby who called the poUo.
Sullivan was taken home.
Godell in Omaha Case.
Fred Godell, Who was arrested a few
days ago on suspicion fle hgytn.jym
knowledge of an assault committed upon
a local 17-year-old girl was identified
yesterday as being one of four men who
ransacked a house tn Omaha within the
last week. He was turned over to Detec
tive Charles Van Dutn of th Omaha
Fred Sevecek was arrested yesterday
morning at Nineteenth and S streets by
Officer Jos Dlask, who charged him with
assault and battery.
Maglo City Geaslp.
'Phone Bell Houth 8 Independent F
1.8 for a case of Jetter Gold Top. Prompt
delivery to any part of city. William
Commencing Baturday, December 9. (3
off on any overcoat In the house. Must
make room for holiday goods. M. Culkiu
Burglars Loot Two
Stores in Same Block
Two stores in the same block o:
Twenty-fourth street were entered by
burglar Saturday night and robbed of
clothing and hardware, the estimated
value ot which I (100. Th John O.
Richards haberdashery, Oil North Twenty-fourth
street, was entered threagu a
rear wlndowi the glass of which wa
smashed, and robbed ot eleven pair cf
shoes, eighteen shirts and seven pairs el
suspenders. Th Barber Hardware com
pany, 41 W North Twenty-fourth street,
was entored through a rear window and
robbed of thirty valuable knives, two
saw and two alarm clocks. Ttie pollrw
are of the belief that the two stores were
entered by the same person.
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