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THrl OMAHA SUNDAY HEE: DKCKMBKIl 17, 1911.
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IC V-West rsrraajrt rkwrrtct. Aw., rtear Itndim St.. roc, well built two-
nnry, V',niij kriw. sVm! condition; vaimr heat irsMter than hoi wa
ii y. f'nl shma.!auie;. fs inn-sue n(, in ft. lul. A good hunraln.
J V. JI Iiumto. a nAu- kwa.iii. is-sr. attractive. wll built S-rontn boose, large
iss.t!SI Borrts. tmmivmat k ftrf sh. with bmit-ln bootrMm, fireplace,
as snatr Wh; 'Mcmiauaw mmiw to bath on ma floor, besides toilet and
lasBsssT an 10 inivr. Owr -seal to anxious to make quick Bale. Can get
a 8-.nr-i avsrev
IhuVln Ik? FViii Ctcfi sV-strTe. kraeaniful grounds; TTixl.-a ft., fine shrubbery of
nay JIW; 1 anwaf. sMemlld well brllt thoroughly moil., qtior
r saw4 aa tlm'.mx. a xv.tisss. stepping porrh, brick fireplace. A very good)
HJR Wat rroni 4Vt-frC JueI.j sr I Kaat wrnr lot. 100-ft. front, excellent,
well arrtlt, ir stltwttv int ofnnl y finished In ouarter-?awed golden
not "CT Bean sly from tbe car. A dandy, good homo anl
ct p. lliah Hrmi jared awal aid.
rjttV-4mSl J?.. enaa front. baami:l Wcntlon. exceptionally well built, brick and
nt aossne. J nm Iran than two years old. Beautiful arrangement,
rtJrwre lntvrtnr Ihdik; hnt wat er heat: construction and everything
finst rlaaa. Ir1re In just what It exist without tha trouble of e t prnse of
I Two very choice, v;ell built, mod., attractive, &-room flats, I rial do location,
rental V TO per year. Very rood and desirable,
. $li.tx Thre dandy, new, fine. 7-mom modern brick residences, handsome! doc
orated; well built, nicely nrrnngnd ; rental (1 .770 per yer. Close to l lie lilfch
school. Investigate these. Might shade tho price a trlflo.
I S.'OD &; ft. on Cepltol Ave., between 10th and 11th. trackage In front, three
tores tv ltd Tats above, Special p rlco to close out estate. ,
JiT.iO :".t122 ft., V. V. trackage, excellent for warehouse or fsctorv. Take half
each, balance food clear propel t y. Owner wants to ritlae mnhey.
D. V. Sholes Company
013 City National Bnnk Uldg.
CHA& E. ILLIAMSON CX.,
101 8. Hth Pt. (Cor. nndge). Ptreet En
trance. Heal Kntate, limuranc.
HENT TALK NO. 4.
Paying llent Keeps You From
Owning Your Own Homo
- What aatlefactlon will It be to you In
after yeara to xav: "I always paid my
rent promptly. My landlord never had
to ding-dong It out of mi!" What eatlii
f action If you should then be homeless
and unable to pay rent?.
Healthy, Happy Homes
' Men of Moderate Means
He who owna his land for love of horns,
And Rive aught else for reason' why,
Can approach a king upon his throne.
'. And count It kindness to lilit maesty.
It only taea 17 o a day to do It.
Ask us to tell you how a man of irrlt
1 started to own his home In CKAHLKii
HEKiUS with only M cash and at the
same time In one "Jump out of the box"
stopped a rant drain at ) per year tit
per month. J tw a trite story, too no
fiction. Here are also a few that can be
had with your rent money at once no
cash payment down. They are plain. Rut
aenrlble. J'laln people milling to start
modestly win like them: others won't.
No Interest In addition to thoKe payments.
Interest la Included. No other payments
whatever. Perfect title. Warranty deed
and abstract free:
17.70 i-rrom, small corner lot, Bouth
Omaha, fine well, house painted, new
reof. etc, .
tK.flp per month, 1 rooms, full, big lot,
near school and park and end of car
line. - tiood bored well pump.
. $.0 i rooms. South Omaha: nefds fit-
Ing. but has city water; excellent netgh-'
oornooq. cement sidewalk, l block to
oar. etc. (Can raise chickens on any 0C
Ask for list of larger garden . and
chicken tracts with plain houses) alu
for aenslble, plain people to get a atajt.
These will pay for themselves In short
time and can be had on rent payments.
f. No cash down. -
net also I'IkU amt prices In our addi
, . t'UA KFyKH 11 KIOHTfl,
F1H KETONE Bi b and
KLJLIHTONK HA KK PLAOE.
DHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO.,
101 B. lth Bt. (Cor! Podge.) Street Kn-
trance. Ileal Kstate, Insurance,
West Farnam District
At nlS North SUt street we have the
best i-rooin house, all modern, brand new,
. ottered (or sale In the West Karnain dis
trict lor the money. It Is Z.Mi.xi fevl, full
two-story and attic, with splendid base
ment and good heating plant, porcelain
laundry tuba and floor drum, innlde and
outside oellarwsy. On the first floor
there la large llvlnat room I4xly feel,
aJso reception hall, beautiful dining room
with paneled walla and pluta rail, beamed
celllnsa throughout, beautiful oak llnlsn
and rioora, lajge kitchen and thoroughly
equipped pantry, with large rear entry
and back porch, tin closets and cupboards
and every possible convenience lor the
wife. On the aeoond floor there are four
fine corner bedrooms, eaob one having
windows en two sldea, also a good closet
In eaob bedroom, and In addition a beau-
' tlful ecreened sleeping porch 10x17 feet on
tha east side of tbe bouse. Kvery room
In the house baa beautiful waxed oak
floor. Tike bedrooms are finished In
while enamel, stained birch floors. All of
tha rooms are decorated with fine paper,
tbe beet of piureblng and lighting fixtures
throughout. A beautiful lot fronting ou
the beautiful grounds of 11. YV. Yates.
Alley in the Tear and room for a gsra.e.
There la nothing lacking In this house.
It is cheap at f.0u0, but can be bought
now for o.70w. Ilea never been occupied
and la absolutely complete In every sen.te
of the word, in one of the veiv best
residence districts In the city. tl.fnK) cash
required, baianoe to suit purchaser, ine
N orris & Martin
406 Itee Building. lug. 4270
Want An Offer
West Farnam Home
laik about your lire sales, we arc
authorised to aell to the hiuliest hldil.-r
tl J j week, an !ght-room. ooiw-l-lv
uudern home, very woll built and warm:
corner lot. two aved elreols: bandy to
Karnain Street and Turner i'ark. Tl(t
tuiujiibrence la ! (". W ant II. OV c,i
lor. the equity. What will Y()U give?
If you inuuu business, you can Kt a
leal bargain, as owner does not want to
rent the house.
Glover Realty Syndicate
l?uvi Clt National. Houglas Xa
tux-apartment building in the Weal
j'arnaiu aistrici; will nliow 14 per cent
bit on the equity. Kverv knon ci.n.
nlenc; permanent tenauta of the IiIkH.
est class. n y tumir about this apart,
merit is shlp-sliape. MurtgaKe runs live
years at fc per cent. As an invemrurnt
that will continuously pay a high rate of
Miieresi mere is mjthlng better lu the
r-)er KM. 214 houth 17th Htreet.
2 Large Lots
In Florence, $375
lyw-Bted within two blocks of tno car
Hues and paved Btreeta. IJei high and
sightly, the frontage is 1X1 feet by 1M
Irvl deep. Tou can make three 44-ft. lot
out of It. A chance tu get a large ptece
ii aiouna cose 10 or ou ine very easy
terms sf lv cash, tit) a month, liun't
let this go by. neveral nice nw houses
liaye been recently built directly a roes
ine street froui these lots.
UA&TJMUa e 11C X Uii-N, liiU Harney fit
kkai, KMT AT K
MTV PROI'EHTY FOR .I.K
Tel, Doug. 49;Tnd. A-2049.'
$:!,MiQ For a new 7-room, 2
story modern house,
hot water heat, close
to the car line '
$3,SrArl-'or a new 7-room,
modern bonne, oak fin
ish 1st floor; full ce
mented basement, fur
nace heat. Only 11.00
rash, balance same as
rent. Clone to car line.
4,2iO If eold at once, for a
new 7-room house, oak
, finish, large living
room. Will decorate to .
suit purchaser. J'lrst
$C,400-New s-room house,
enamel and mHhuiiaiiy
flnlnh, very attract- ' '
Ively decorated; sun
porch and sleeping
porch above; south ex
posure, paved street,
block to car line.
7,0(O New 8-room modern
house, convenient to
tha cer line and In a
district where all reel
dences era restricted
to 16,000 and over; se
lected osk floors
throughout large liv
ing room, with hand
some brick fireplace:
beamed celling. sun
parlor and Bleeping
porch on the south;
tiled bath room; large
lot; paved street.
GEORGE & COMPANY
902-12 City Nat'l 'Bank Uldg.
Thone V. 'U or A-1754.
I (00 A 4-room cottage at 8tlt,ond
Harstoga Hta , nearly, new; lot
47x120. Owner needs Botna ca.th
and has cut the price.
1 1,800 Keven room, with water, newer
,.t- and gua In house; full lot BOxlitO;
located at 18th and Kranklln Bts.;
. , , . 500 cash, balance monthly, buys
' ' this. ' -...,
It.triO a nenrlr new ll-room, all tiiod
, ern cott.'igo at 8813 Nortl) liith;'
living room, dining room, kitchen
and pantry downstairs; two bed
"' tmiu room upstairs;
furnace beat .
;"i0 Six rooms, all modern, hot wui.,-
hest, full lot 60x132. on daven
port St., Just -aat of the boule
vard, alx blocks west of the High
4,000 A new -room, all modem reat
dence at 16SO South 26th Ava;
oak finish downstairs, upstairs
pine white enameled: .large at
tic; If needed, one . room could be
finished off there; full-basement,
cement floor; furnace guaranteed
to heat the bouse. You can select
the llghtlntr fixtures; $400 caah.
The Byron Reed Co.
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' " 't4'lie--i. a rtlllllll Will
Omaha's .jji.i -t
: , - - wiu'wii, wiisre ine
monthly payments are only 15 per month
W lots frpm which to make a selection.
All lots to grade or upon a slight terrace.
Thla la cloae-ln property, convenient to
all work. Three schools and two churches
-.mm oiochs. cnuy block to street
Keached by the cross-town line, net
off at 34th and Bancroft Mta. and walk 4a
block east to the property. Plata will be
mailMt mum .niill.i.iii ... in....... .
. , J . nuns fx, jit.
Christie for an appointment.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.
1330 Farnam 8t.
Tels: Douglas 10M, Ind. A 104V4
A GOOD PLAOE'FOR YOUR
Three good schools, five churches,
pure water (not river water, we own
our water works), flrst-clase grocery,
meat and provision stores; high and
sightly, above the dust, amoke and
dampness; splendid service.
The rent you pity in Omaha will buy
a belter home In llcnson.
1 S. Trullinger, Bent-ton.' '
On the Boulevard
Nearly new even-room; thoroughly
modern, finished In tak. one block from
the Hanxeom I'ark cur Una and on the
highest and best blo k in t'retahton'a
First Addition. No. (south A1 Ot.
TMer l.',.ki. 210 .-outh 17th Street.
GIN'E VOUR WIFE A W)T
lose In. choice residence lots. to
blocks from highest priced proiierty In
tmiaha; has water, aewer, gas and are
priced right for Xmas from to 1 4J0
call us up. We can get the deed ready
GALLAGHER & NEUSON
4 Blende's llldg.. Omaha. Neb
ru Hum, inoucru ll-room hou
wuii exieitent rurnaee. storm alndo
iuu screens Jor an niuilosi and acres
fivii. c- n. aim tl. Address:
F. K, STRAIG1IR
313 H. 11th ft. Phones: D. lefig, H. 1SKJ
UI.Vl-.N-KixiM house; eleelrlo Hshls
gas. water and sewer; lot boxjun. 71s Hug-
II KA I, r.STATK
itv rnori:nTv run
IC7.r0 me block frmi car in I'undee;
ruiiim, eait front and practhally
J.!. 17n Modern S-rnnrn cnltsgfl In fienson
hursi; two blocks from car; lot V.
$2,100 New bunpslow and two full acres
at 37th and Newport' the location
could not be f1n-r. This property
will aell for $1,000 more money a
year from now.
$2,700 Just north of Knig park, an 8-
room cnltspe arid two lots, high
and sightly Inratlon.
$2,1002,01 I'lnkney Kt., n nlftv l.lle
room cotiir: sm.'ll payment down,
be lance l-'K per month.
$2.i00 3IM Ho. 1Mb St., 6-riHim cottage,
mod. ex, heat, close to (o. Omaha
$l,mo 8i3." Franklin St., -rooni hniiise,
mod. ex. heat, large barn, full lot.
$l.u0 Sii34 No. 28th ft., good r,-room cot
tage, water, sewer and gas. Would
make a nice little home.
$1,200 11401 Maple 8t., 3-room house, water,
Fewer and 'gas. full Imsement. sood
barn, plenty of gr(iies. lot Wxl2.
$1,200 New 4-room house and one-half
acre of fine land: i minutes' walk
north of Country club and KrtiK
If you don't need a house any of the
above are good Investments. The rent
will pay for them.
We also have a large list of vacant lots
that can be bought on nmntlilv rnvments.
PAYNE INVESTMENT' CO.
Koug. 171. " A -TIM
For Sale or Exchange
New 8-Roorrr Strictly
Modern Home, South
east Corner 36th
In West Ftirnum district. Wpfl built
throughout. Owner will sell on small cash
payment down, bslunce same s rent, on
will take In trade well located lota or
small house for his equity. There Is a
loan against the house of $3,(lu0. House
has tile vestibule entrance, reception hall,
parlor, dining room and kitchen on the
first floor, all finished In oak and 2
panel doors except kitchen, which baa
maple floors and birch finish: there are
four bedrooms and the bath in the second
story, oak floors, white enamel finish,
two-panel birch doors finished In mahog
any; Is papered throughout with . first
class quality paper, and will make some
one an elegant home In the very best
part of Omiiha.
HASTINGS & HETDEN, 1614 Harney Bt.
Jxx-ated within 15 minutes' walk of Ben
son Main street car line, one mile west
of end of car line, at 42d and Grand Ave.,
right In the direction of where a new car
linn Is liable to be extended in the very
near future. This land has Just recently
been broken up. and Is of the very rich
est soli, mostly east slope; has a good
atable, four chicken houses', one-room
houses la all fenced, has a good well and
pump and fine cave. There are many
new houses being built all around this
locality, anyone buying this will no
doubt double their money In a few yeara.
The' macadam' road running on the rast
side' of Krug Park Is within several
blocks of this tract. Will make terms
as low as $600 cash, .'and .ths baianoe
You should buy this now and moke ar
rangements to go out on It In the spring
or buy It for an Investment. We will be
pleased to show you this at any time.
JLVSTINGS, & iJIAYDEN
' ' ISM Harney 'St.
A Beautiful Home
- Northide, .
One of the finest tiomes In the north
sliln of town Is. now offered for sale;
seveli rooms, all 'modern, hardwood' fln
Ish, hot water heat; an attractive home
place. . conveniently arranged and excep
tionally well built. . Lame corner lot.
Mxl40 ft., with lurge shade trees and
various kinds of shrubs and roses. Barn
or garage In rear. Ibtom for another
house. Thla home La located at. the north
east corner vf 1M.U and Hpruco, midway
on ween ine swiern.iu.n, avo,.miiu ixage car
The Byron Reed Co.
212 S. 17th Rt.
In Collier Place .
Fronting north on 1-nrlmore between
SUt Ave. and 2:id street, where new ce
ment walks have recently been put down,
line houses Just across the street and
all around the district. Lota In the same
locality that are not any better thau
these are held at from !' to $460 each.
$10 a Month
You must act quick If you want to est
a lot In thla district at the prices we are
i ma la a new block or lots and has
only been on the market a few weeks,
and nearly all of them have been sold.
These lots are located within three blocks
of school and car line.
HASTINOS A HBYDKN, 114 Harney t.
3303 Myrtle Ave.
In BK.M1S PA UK. fine corner lot.
I'nvlng paid for both streets. rHx rooms,
two stones, MOPKK.N, Immediate pos
session, now vacant. Htonn windows
and screens complete. $400 ca."h, balance
same us rent.
Glover Realty Syndicate
1119-22 City National. louglas rt!U
$4,ti00 24.'.? I'lnkney Ht , new S-room
bouse, all hardwood finish both first and
second floor, large attic, full basement,
very pice fixtures a coiner lot Just one
block from 24th rit. car line.
$i,ou atil ljln-'olu Blvd., S-room. strictly
modern, oak finish, hot water heating,
very fine lot, large trees, south front,
close to two car lines. Investigate,
G. W. Garloch
Tel. Harney S071I. 2704 Hawthorne Ave.
70 Foot Corner
Northesst corner Xth and Dewev ave
nue; 7uxl feet, best place In sight for
the money. Boom lur five good apart
ments. Seven-room house, now rented
for en the lot.
Tyler 1M. 210 booth 17th Street.
See ftxM bpencer street. 1 new, modern
house with latest feaiuree; never occu
pied. Reliable man or woman can pay
kuu cash, baiance I ke rent. See It and
you will want 11. C. S. toliEPAKD, :Mu4
THE FINEST LOCATION
For a nice home la the northeast oorner
of X6th Ave. and Poppieton. near the
Field Club entrance. Ground toxLVO, and
very cheap at
Payne Investineut Company
Douglas ITU, A-IW.
C IT V PHOPF.HTV FOIt 111.1:
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r - r.
' . ' Vl r ""'"' S mi S M
V '" 1 r
On the 'Vrettiest
A. most beautiful new. splendidly pi
a full east front lot. 4lxliv", feet, on II o
of the entrance to Miller imrk. Has lr
beautiful -dining room with beamed celll
finst oak finish and oak tloors every ro
Hplendld basement with good heatlnir pi
are sand cement finish, done In oil colors,
tures, large kitchen and thoroughly equl
porch. The house faces east and has a I
bath room on second floor. Good closet
room; smlrwav to larre floored attic.
one of them has glass on three sides.
The yard Is sodded, cement walks and all
Is In Norwood Addition, a high-class re
Increasing In value every day and beau
" Call owner today at Webster 741 for
$1,000 cash required, balnnce In monthl
400 Bee Building.
. A LIVING IN THIS
for any man or woman who will look
after It. A large double house, modern
throughout and furnished for light house
keeping; renting for $125 per month.
Houses In first-class repair, on paved
street. 5 blocks of nostofflce. 2 blocks of
2 car lines. Priced with furniture at $6,700,
$1 000 rash, 10 years' time on balance. Will
iaae property at cash value lor first pay
ment. M'OBB RBAL ESTATE CO..
106 Pearl Ht., Council Bluffs.
Near 24th and Cuming; medern except
heat: rented for $.11 per month; price
$3,130; 4 per cent mortgage of $1,400 now
on the property. Makes It produce about
10 per cent on the equity.
Tyler im 210 Houth 17th Street.
LLVE HTOCK MARKET OK WEST
Hhlp your stock to South Omaha; save
mileage and shrinkage, your consign
ments receive prompt aad careful atten
tion. LIVK STOCK COMMISSION" MER
CHANTS. Byers Bros, ft Co. Strong and responsible.
VVOOM BKOH., 2,si-il r.xeimnge BlUg.
Great West. Com. Co., Omaha & Denver.
W. K. SMITH HON Just handle aneep.
W. F. DENNY C;o.. ZM tCxctx. Bldg.
' TAtHJ BKoH, handle cattie, nogs, sheep.
C lay, rtoblnson Ai (Jo., Kxch. Bldg.
Interstate t'a Better results. Hmp lo us.
CLIFTON Com. Co. 223 Ivxchantie Bldg.
1-lllKKrJ-KU KI.Y CO., M Kxch. Bldg.
"I E. ItOHbUTS CO.. 2SD Kxch. Bldg?
Cox Junes Com. Co.. buuon of hustlers.
Fanners L. H. Com. Co.. As excaange.
Deposit proceeds of shipments In dtock
Tarda Nai l bank. Only bank at yards.
Martin Bros. 4t Co., 2U3-4 Exch. Bldg.
. OMAHA, TUB CHAIN MARKET.
Nebraska-lowa Grain Co.. 7t4 Brandels.
WEEKS GB.A1N CO., grain merchants,
consignments solicited. Braudels.
puopo.sals For buick. dobmitukv,
central steam heating and power plant.
Department of the Interior., office of In
dian affairs, Washington, li C. Novem
ber 15, Ml. Sealed propoeala, plainly
marked on the outside of the sealed en
velope: "Proposals for Brick Dormitory,
Central Steam Heating and Power Plant,
for the ltapld City Indian School, South
Dakota," and addressed to the Commis
sioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D
C, will be received at the Indian Offtc
until i o'clock p. m , Deomuber 29, ltfll,
for furnishing materials and labor fot
the erection of a brick dormitory, central
steam heating and power plant, at the
Rapid City Indian School, South Dakota,
In strict accordance with the plans, speci'
Ileal Ions and Instructions to bidder
which may be examined at this office,
the offices of the Supervisor of Con
struction, Denver, Colo.; the American
ContractorY-Chicago, Hi.; Solentttio Amer
ican, New) York City; the improvement
Bulletin, Minneapolis. Minn.; the Journal,
Rapid City, S. D.; The Dee. Omaha, Neb.;
the L'nlted Statee Indian Warehouses at
Chicago. Hi.; St. Louis, Mo, and Omaha,
Nb.; the Builders' and Traders' Ex
change at St. Paul, Minn., and at the
schovl. For further Information apply to
Superintendent of the Rapid City Indian
School, Rapid City, 8. D. C. F. liauke.
STOCKHOLDERS' Mith. UNO.
Office of LEE-GLASd-AN DREESEN
HARD WARS COMPANY, Omaha. Ne
braska, December . mil Notice is hereby
given to the stockholders of Lee-Glass-Andreesen
Hardware company that tha
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
company will be held at the offices of
said company, corner of Ninth and Har
ney streets, in the city of Omaha, In the
state of Nebraska, on Tuesday, January
. A. D., U12 , at i o'clock p. in., for the
purpose of electing a board of directors
for the company to serve during the ensu
ing year, and to transact such other
business as may be presented at such
meeting. Attest: W. M. Glass, Secre
tary; 11. J. Lee. Preaidenu
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of tha Bee Building company will be held
at the office of said company, Omaha,
Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. m. Tuesday,
January 16, 1912, for the election of the
board of directors for the ensuing year,
and for the trensactlon of such other
business aa tnay properly come before
By order of the president
N. P. Fr.iL. Secretary.
The Twentieth Center Fanner
I ths leading- argTtcuUural Jour
nal of tfcs' vest. Us columns
are filled with, ths b-si thought
of ths day In natters pertaining
to ths farm, ths ranch and tho
orchard, and It la a factor la tha
development of tha great vest
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7 , :r -is tz-Uz
Mile" Price $5,000
anned and artistically finished home, on
rlorerike boulevard. Just one Mock east
ge llvlrsf room, with beamed celling,
ng, paneled walls and plate rail. The
0111 in the huuw, even to the kitchen,
ant and laundry sink. All of the walls
Fxpenslve and beautiful lighting fli
pped pantry, large renr' entry and rear
urge front porch. Four bedrooms and
s In ench room and, linen closet In bath
(me of the bedrooms- la 122S feet and
making sun room or sleeping porch.
Improvements are In and paid for. This
strlcted residence district, where lots are
tlful new homes are being built. .
further Information, or come out and see
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North Platte Local. ...a 8:16 am
Grand Island Local. ,.aS:S0pm
Strotnsburg Local. . .bl2 :41pm
Chicago Great Western
Chicago Limited a 8:S3 pm
Twin City Limited a 8:35 pm
Twin City Express. ...a 8:45 am
Local Passenger a 6:16 pm
a 1 :4S ata
a 8:W pm
a 8:45 pm
OmnhB. Kt fiula TT.r m a-3n nm aft'lH em
Mall and Express a 7:02 am all: 16 pm
Stanb'y L. (from C.B.)b 6:00 pm DlO:l am
K. C. ft St. L. Ex. ...a :20 am a 7:40 am
K. C. ft St. L. Ex....all:la pm a t:W pm
rhlcaa-o, Mllwaakee at at. Paml
.a 7.60 pm
Colorado Special ..
Perry Local .. ..
...a :3v am
..a 6:00 pm
...a 7:42 am
...b Vli pm
.a 7:00 am 'a 2:45 pro
.a 6:00 pm a 8:00 am
Chicago A Northwestern
Minn.-St. Paul Ex. ...a J:0u am
Minn.-bl. Paul L t'd..a 7:J pm a 8:0u am
twin City Express, ..a 'i :45 am alu:'JO pm
Sioux 4Jliy Local a 8:4a pm a 3:28 pm
Minn, ft Dakota Ex..a 7:A) pm a :lo am
Twin City Limited ...a 8 46 pm a7:Mam
ktinnesota Express ail:uu aw
Carroll Local a :00 am a 6:10 pm
Daylight Chicago a 7:40 am aiu: pm
Chicago Local al2.u pm a 8:28 piu
Colorado-Chicago a 6:10 pm a 8:2S pm
Chicago Special a v:u2 pm a :0 am
pac. coaai-cnlcago....a o.ao pm a 8:2( put
Los Angelea Limited.. a a.w pm ali.80 pni
overUnu Lin ii leu a piu a s:la an,
Carroll Local a 4.M piu alu:uv an.
r est ulaii a 6.o piu a S.m Pui
Cn.nr tapids.v Sioux ft
Omaha a 2:2J pm
Centennial btaie i.mi. 11: i am 11. L piu
Long Pine a 8:00 am all 00 am
iMoiiolk-iiallas a t:oo ain alO:la pin
Long r'ina-i.,nicoln....e 8:19 pin a 6:0 put
liasilugs-aupcrlor ,...b 2:ls pm a b:JU pm
urauwood-nut bp'gs..a 8:6a pm a t.M pm
caeper-Lanaer a 8.o6 pm all.W pm
ti reinoni-Aioion b 6: piu b I At pm
Chicago, Hock Island
Rocky Mountain Lta..al2:28
Chicago Local Pass...bu:!l5
am a 10
ai.: a 4
Cblcaao Day Express. a 8:46
Chicago Express a 4:10
Dee Moines Local Pas.a 4:27
C'tucagu-Neb. Luulled.a .v8
Chl.-Neb. Lmtd to Lin
pm a l
coln a 8:01
Chi. -Colo. Express ....a 1.1s
Oki. ft 'isx- iLxpreas. .a tt.uu
Rocky Mouotaiu LlU.alO:4B
am a 4
Pm a 4
Barllngton station Tenth ft Maws
Denver ft California.. a 4:10 pm
Puget Sound Express. a 4.10 piu
Nebraska points a 8:20 am
Biack Hills a 4:10 pm
Lincoln Mall b 1:J0 pm
Northwest Expreas....all:86 pm
Nebraska poiula a M am
Nebraska Express a K.li am
Schuyler-Plattamouth b 8:06 pm
Plattamouih-lowsj a 0:18 am
Bellevue-Plattsniouth al2:J0 pm
Chicago Special a 7.16 am
Denver Special all S5 pm
Chluago Express a 4.20 pm
C'ritu. at express. ...a 8:80 piu
Iowa Local a :lj am
Creston Oa) Local.. ..b 8:80 pm
St. Louis Express a 4.J4 pm
K. C. ft St. Joseph. ...al0:44 pm
K. C. ft St- Jouupu....a 8:16 am
K. C. ft bu Joseph. ...a 4:80 piu
a 3.41. pm
a 3:46 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 3:46 pm
a 7:uo am
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 8:08 am
b 8 08 am
a 8 o am
a 2:40 pm
all: 15 pm
s l:oo pm
a 3.66 pm
a 8:ui am
bio 45 am
a 8:46 am
a 1:10 put
Webster Statlea ISth aad Wehater.
. t . Depart- Arrive.
Auburn Local b 8 a0 pm bU dj tm
Chtcaao, st. Paal, Mlaaeapolla A
bloux City Express... .b Mb pm bl2:0i pro
Omaha Local o 8:26 am c I S pin
bloux City Pass b 8 25 pm
Twin City Pass b 6.46 am
Emerson Local b 6:66 pm b 8:16 am
Oil dally except Sunday. ic) bunUay
only. ta da(cv.
FORMER JEWELRY SALESMAN
BROUGHT IN POLICE COURT
(From a (staff Correspondent.)
IJXCOLN'. Neb., Dec lii. (Special.)
Whliam F. Rucg, a former salesman In
the Jevelry department of Miller ft Pains,
faced Tollcs Justice Rtsser this morning
te ancwe charges of grand larceny.
Huifg admitted be had taken property that
was not his own. Ths gray-haired father,
George Rugg, a prominent business man
of Holdrege. sat directly behind with
la x ;
Three Children Are
Saved from Death by
Old Crossing Tender
HAMMOND, lnd., Dec. 1. -Nicholas
Fostsr. an aged crossing tender for the
Erie railroad at Hammond, saved three
Uvea today, but lost his own.
Three little children from a kinder
garten were approaching the crossing
when the Erie New York-Chicago flyer
appeared. Foster had put his gates down,
but the children started on the tracks
and as Foster yelled to them they seemed
He dragged two of them awsy. the third
he had to push, and as the child fell on
the other side of the tracks, Foster went
under the engine.
Securing Money by
Dying Widow Story
BOZEMAN, Mont., Dee. 14. "I am
guilty and there Is no use fighting the
case," Rev. J. E. Hedberg, former pastor
of a Swedish church at Anconda, said
when arraigned on a charge of grand
larceny today. Rev. Hedberg Is accused
of obtaining $500 from a woman on repre
sentations that It was for a dying widow.
He was arrested in St. Ppl.
In default of $2,000 ball Hedberg was
held to await the action of the district
court. He says he Is willing to go to the
Would Donate Parts
of Maine as Relics
WASHINGTON, Dec. lfi. Portions of
the battleship Maine, now being cleared
of mud and debris In Havana harbor, are
to be donated to cities, patriotic societies
and the survivors or heirs of survivors of
the Maine, under aTlan presented to the
house today In the urgent deficiency bill
The bill carries $2,370,000. ' It authorizes
an additional appropriation of $250,000 for
raising the Maine, making a total appro
priation of $900,000 for that purpose.
The bill would authorise the secretary
of war to "give some portion of the
wreck" to the republic of Cuba, for in
corporation In a public monument to be
erected in Havana,
President Taft and his cabinet today
were given a demonstration of how the
Maine was blown up In Havana harbor.
Rear Admiral Vreeland and Chief Con
structor Watt of the navy, both mem
bers of the Maine investigating board,
staged the show.
A model of the Maine, constructed In
Havana and brought here, wss placed on
the mahogany table In the cabinet room,
and Mr. Taft and Ms advisers watched
closely while the two naval officers ex
plained. First, the Maine was shown riding at
anchor In Haavana harbor. Suddenly Ad
miral Vreeland pulled a string or two and
the model battleship was a ruin in exact
reproduction of the Maine as It lay at the
bottom after the explosion.
One General Breaks
Armistice in China
PEKING, Dec. 16,-Flghting continues
In the vicinity of Shin Kal Chwang. The
commander of the Imperialist troops there
recently asked the government to send
him $300,000. Mexican, with which to pay
He received a reply promising him
$10,000. The money was not forwarded,
however, and aa discontent among his
troops . was spreading, the commander
seised the opportunity to break the
armistice and keep his men engaged until
the funds with which to pay them arrives.
'Elsewhere In the empire all is reported
Albinus Nance Left
. . Good-Sized Estate
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Dec. 10. (Special.) Alblnua
Nance, fourth governor of Nebraska, left
an estate of $130,000. An Inventory filed
with the county court of Lancaster county
shows that his real eatate la valued at
$100,000 and personal property at $30,000.
His wldot and daughter, Mrs. Walter
L. Anderson of this city, - are tha only
heirs. The tatter's husband was today
appointed administrator and his bond
fixed at $40,000.
Tha application for appointment does
not go Into particulars about the realty
Big Insurance Case
Before High Court
WASHINGTON, Dec. H.-The con
structlon of thoussnds of life, fire, marine
and accident Insurance policies, involv
ing millions of dollars, is . claimed to
hinge upon the outcome of a legal con
test that opened in the supreme court of
the United States today over the pay
ment of a life Insurance policy carried
8y J. Samuel McCue, former mayor of
Charlottesville, Vs., who was hanged in
1905 for wife murder. The murder was
one of the most sensational In the crimi
nal annals of Virginia.
The Northwestern Mutual Life Insur
ance company, in 'its brief arguing that
It should not pay the policy, declared
McCue's children had no light to realise
on the $16,000 policy because the Insured
father died on the gallows In expiation
of a crime.
It contended the United States circuit
court of appeals for the Fourth circuit
had erred In holding that the policy was
a specUl contract made in Wisconsin,
where the Insurance company was domi
ciled and according to the Wisconsin law
waa not rendered null and void and that
the court's refusal to Interpret the policy
"according to general commercial law"
would result In great confusion In con
HIGH PRICED CHICKENS
ON EXHIBITION IN CHICAGO
CHICAGO, Dec. 11 Judging contests
were on tbe program for today at the
third annual poultry show of tha Mid
west Poultry and Pet Stock association,
which opened yesterday at the Coliseum,
with twenty-one states represented.
Some of the values placed on the feath
ered bipeds would make the worth of an
ordinary race horse pale into Insignif
icance. One hen, known as a Kellers trass, la
valued at several hundred dollars and
as one of ths principal attractions. An
other waa a dancing crane, the property
of Perry Warner of Nashville, Tenn. One
Imported white Orpington cockerel la
valued at 82. Owl
Hupps IIakc Omaha
For All Business
Omaha has became the financial head,
quarters for the great Hupp Automatic
Exchange company, ' w-tiose local offices
are now In the City National building.
The main 'office of the firm Is In Kan.
as City, but the real working head -el
the company Is now located In the City
National bank building of Omaha and
through this office all the financial ar
rangements of the firm will be made, not
only for the United States, but alto for
foreign countries, where the Hupp Auto
matic Mall exchange system Is having
wide sales. '
Since Isst lummy the offices of thi
Hupp company have . been In Omaha,
with Mr. Irvln Hupp, brother of ' the
Inventor, In charge. Through the workc
of Mr. Irvln Hupp the firm has mads
such rapid advances here that the office
on the ninth floor of the City National
building are being vacated and the com
pany Is taking up large and elegant
quarters on the thirteenth floor of the
same building. . ,
Associated with Mr. Irvln Hupp in
managing the affairs of the local of res
are uus uuiion, r. K. nume, a. o. ivonn-
run T A Tl. n-ll A WallrstAt
and J. C. Benson. This efficient corpa
of men was selected by, Mr. Hupp as the
best that could be secured and the results
of their work here are taken aa hlgti
testimonials to their thoroughness.
The Hupps have been best known lq
Missouri, because It was there that Mr.
Albert Hupp made his first demonstration
with the automatic malt device. But with
the rapid growth of the firm's business
In the local office the Hupp system It
becoming widely and thoroughly known
all through this part of the country. The
placing of the leading financial head
quarters of the company In Omaha la
taken as evidence to show the confidence -the
Hupps have In the future of this,
Returns Indicate ; I
Victory of Whitel
SPRINGFIELD, 111.. Dec. 1.-Returna;
received at the state headquarters of tha
United Mine Workers of America front
the election held In Illinois a few days,
ago indicate that John Walker of Dan
ville has been returned to the presidency;
of the state organization by a large plus
Duncan McDonald of LaJJalle appar
ently. Is re-elected secretary-treasurer by
one of the largest votes ever polled byi
an Illinois candidate. In the race for
the vice presidency Adolph C. Gormer of
Belleville Is said to be leading Paul
Smith of Carbondale. Frank Partington
of Spring Valley again has been elected
International board member and Daniel
Ark, executive board member of tha
Ranorta from tha western states received
here Indicate that John P, White of Os-
kaloosa, la., was re-elected president of
the national organisation over T. L.
Lewis of Ohio, former president Fran lfi
J. Hayes of ColllusviUe has a big lead
over bis competitors for tbe office of na
tional vice president, according to tha
Will of Western :.(
Union Heao! Valiji
NEW YORK, Dec, 14,-The will of tha
late Thomas T. Eckert, formerly presi
dent of -the Western Union Telegraph,
company, whch was contested by Ms
son, James Clendennlng Eckert, was euss
talned tpday by Surrogate Cohalan. .
The bulk of the estate, which waa vals
ued at $3,000,000, waa left to another eon,
Thomas T. Eckert, . jr., and James C,
who was left only JjO.000, contested on
the ground that hta brother unduly In
fluenced his father, who, he asserted, was
of unsound mind by reason of age and
The claim of Malre E. Davis, or Dare,
who went to the trial uear the close and
announced that she was the widow of
the general. Is aet aside on the ground
that her. claim arose solely from the
"hallucination of a disordered mind. -
The decision will be appealed by tha
contestant. It was announced. If not
sustained - he will lose also his btquesB
of $00,000, as tha clause provides that Is
ha contested hla share should revert toj
the estate, .
WESTERN FEDERATION GETS ,
CONTROL OF UNION PROPERTY!
LEAD, B. D, Dec. 11 (Special.) Soma
mystery attaches to the recent action,
of the Western Federation of Miners lit,
securing control of the property of tha
different miners' unions In the Black;
Hills. The transfer of all the real prop
erty of the Lead, Central, Terry, Malt
land and Dead wood unlona was recorded
in different deeds In the register of
deeds office in Deadwood, the considera
tion not being named. The total prop
erty of all the unions exceeds $50,000 and
heretofore has been mostly hsld by
trustees for the unions. President Charles
H. Moyer of Denver came up to attend
to the'detalls of the transfer and act for
tha federation, but no explanation of tha
transfers at this time has been niada
and the exact reason cannot be learned,
although It Is supposed that money ad
vanced by the federation here during tha
labor troubles has some connection wlllx
the present deals.
FOOD CONCERNS CHARGED
WITH MISBRANDING PACKAGES
SIDNET, Neb., Dec J. (Special Tela
mtnl-DeDuty Food Inspector F. If.
McLaln of Lincoln today condemned nfhe
iv.iii cans of Borden's milk for being!
mlsbranded as to weight of packages.
The complaint was filed before the county
Judge through the prosecuting attorney
and through telegraphic communication.
The condensed milk people pleaded guilt
and were lined $01. so.
flutta have been instituted here against
tha Swift. Armour and Hammond pack.
Ing companies of Omaha ana the Far
rell Syrup company for violation of tha
pure food law in misbranding their pro
Droutv McLaln Is making a vigoroua
prosecution against all short weight deal.
New Christian Ikxirk.
AUBURN, Nth-. Dee- !&-Speolel.-e
On Wednesday night the contract waa '
let to M. J. Greene of Mankato, Kan
for the erection of a new $16,000 Christian.
church. The building will be flfty-flv
feet wide and seventy-seven feet long and
will be of the temple style of architec
ture- It will add one more to some of tha
most beautiful churches In the state. .
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