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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1911)
Tin: my.: omaha. Vkdnksiuy, pkckmnku im. inn.
monev to loan
alarr and t hiltrli.
$10 TO $100
II LOANS ON Fl'RNITFRE. TIANOS,
rl SALARIES. ETC..
I at charges you can afford. and
1$ without the red tape am! delay you
II experience with other companies.
ESTABLISH YOl'R CREDIT
HERE. It a as GOOD AS A HANK
ACCOUNT JN TIMK OF NEED.
NOTE THEKK RATJS:
110, you fay bark III .
I IS, you pay hack' $17.0i.
I-T. you pay back X.
$.', you tmv b k $.'".. on.
NO OTHER CHARGES.
AVeeklv or Monthly Payments.
II Open every night till Ninas 9 p. m.
It OMAHA FINANCIAL CO .
It W-10 Brown Mlk. Opposite Rran-
W dels. S. E. .Cor. ftith and Douglas.
'I rhone Douglas 2036. '
1)0 YOUR SliOPPlXO NOW
(JET YOUR XMAS MONEY
CITY LOAN COMPANY
rhesus our rates ere lower, payments
easier, business confidential.
CITY LOAN COMPANY.
C0-21 Douglas Block. Opposite Hnvden's.
Phonos Douglas .S15!i lnd A-ibx.
"W make loans on all kinds of chattels
quickly and privately. phono Doug. 1235.
HOME LOAN COMPANY
3 Farnam St. Room 8. FattersonRlk.
MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS
Loaned on furniture, pianos or tcama at
low rates and easy terms.
STATE MORTGAGE LOAN
"Room 13 Arlington Flk., 15tm Podge St.
Phones: Douglas 24tti, Independent A-'M'&.
STAR WAN CO.,
$." to SUM)
Furnished salaried people without secur
ity, endorsement, delay, publicity, extor
tion ordereptlon. Tortus to suit. 844 Pax ton
MONEY loaned salaried people, women
. UeepInK house and others, without se
curity; easy payments. Offices in 67 prin
cipal cities. Tolman. 003 Omaha Nut I
Bank Rlna. formerly N. Y. Life Bldg.
H1AMOND lOANS at 2!4 and 5 per cent.
FLATAU, 1514 DodRe. Tel. Red R619.
THE more you eat the more you want
of f. J.' O Brlen's candy. Delicious and
tasty. If Mrs. K. M. March, 61( Webster
St., will como to Tho Bee office within
three days we will plvc her an order for
n 00-crnt box of O'Rrlon'a candy.
OFFERED Von ltKXT
Board and Booms.
M. F. hauls trunks. D. U. A-26U.
Portola, family hotel, 25th Ave. and Har
NICE place for nice people. 'I'llU MAD
,)hON, 21st and Chicago Sts. $1.00 and up.
I i;rdr new management. '
St. James, mod. $1.25 day; week $5 up.
' BEAUTlT'UL suite of rooms, one larue
room; excellent board; Weat Farnam;
NICE room, suitable for two puvpiu,
with board, at .102 North 20th.
. . Famished Huoau.
Dewey Tltiropean Hotel. !1th & Farnnm.
FOR- RENT Two furnished
' rooms with heat and Has. 633 S.
1JES1KABLK turulfcheu room, private
family. W19 N. 20lh. Phone Webster 6976,
i MODERN furnished rooms; ateam heal.
CIS N. 2.'kl St.
1 NICELY furnished rooms for gentleman
only. I'M Capitol Ave. -
1 MODERN, room,, near goud board; llaiia
rom Paik. limne .Hi
1708 JAC'ks6N," upstairs, "modern steam
heated rooms. -
GENTLEMAN roomaiale to share large
modern room, close In. L B7&, Bee.
503 S. 2STH Front and back parlor en
fulte, all modern, with aan range. Phone
Harney 4604. '
Furnished Housekeeping Hooma.
THREE furnished light housekeeping
rooms; gas furnluhed for light and evoking.-
004 S. 30th. - '
TWO nicely furnished housekeepipg
rooms. 201 Davenport.
)113 S. 2tiTH ST., front room and alcove,
for light housekeeping, or board and
room; everything new.
2601 DODGE Light housekeptng rooms.
3 ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished, for
light housekeeping. W8 N. 28d.
. Infurulahed Booms,
TO RENT Three rooms, modern, to
lady, alone; reUrences required. Mrs.
Smith, 3310 Cass.
Hotels sad AyarCutcatta-
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM3 for gen
tlemen. THE CHATHAM. 110 8. 13th St.
Hub Hotel, steam-heated. 130H Doug, tic
Excellent meals, 203 N. 2tU, So. Omaha.
Howard Hotel, elegant mis. Iu02 Howard.
HOTEL Flonvar. 17th and Capitol Ave.
Burlington, nice rooms. 1 block to depot.
CAMS HU'lliIL, nice roums, 1708 Cass St.
OXFORD and Arcade, special Wkly rate.
ipsriuieuti asd Flais,
STEAM HEATED CHICAGO FLATS.
Separate homes, -r.. full modern, flre
moof stairways, new decorations, shades
ranKe. hot water all year, Janitor, walk
ing diatance. Winter, $U2, $:13, Jii; aumnier,
$lu less. You can t live tut well or com
fortably or cheap elsewhere. References
PAYNK & SLATER CO..
Hole ABents. 6th Floor, Omaha Nat. Rk.
PERFECT six-room flat, 41 Farnam
Inquire 4102 Farnam. Tel. Harney 772.
t-uririM uruutmeiit In Ilia Uintah. Ac
tly 418 Omaha Nat 1 Bank Bldg., or pbone
-room flat on Herman Ave. Web. 676j.
3 and 4-r. mod. apartments. K16 S. 22d.
FIVB rooms, modern except heat,
cheap. 3601 S. 20th Ave. J
II.". t rooms modem brick flat with
bath room. etc.. 2210 N. 21st St.
ROBINSON & WOLF.
43i Paxton Block. Phone Doug. 241S.
NO NEED of worrying about dessert
when Dalzell Is In town. If Mrs. i. W.
'Sillier. 4228 Harney St., will come tn The
Bee office within three days we will idve
her an order for a quart brick of this
' line lee cream.
Houses aad Cottages.
WALL PAPER ft? IZV
framing. Monson, 03 Far Ave. H. tan.
West Farnam New modern aiucco, 7-r.,
ill N. 8xth Ave. nons Kd 2ii.
HOUSEHOLD OOODS packed, for
warded; cheap freight rates; moving and
ptorlng. Kxpresiruen a uenvery to. jei.
lwuglas 294. City office, ili a 17tb St.
Houses. Ins Riugwalt, Brandela Th. Bldg
Central, steam heat; all mod.; 7-r., h.;
hall, bathroom, basement. 2J0 N. 23d.
OMAHA EXP. CO., moving vans and
storage. Trunks, baggage del. u,
414 N. 17th. I
MEVEN-KOOM houte, modern. 4303
Krsklne St. $.u
GRAHAM-PETERS REALTY CO.
ti-ROOM modern house; nearly new and
Moely decorated. Ixxated at 2:10 Decatur
St. $2300. 'Phone H. 0432 or l-l'H.
FOR RENT Four-room cottage ou 2th
lAve., beitteen Dodge and Douglas stree..
See Dexter L. Thomas. 412 lira Bldg.
' 7-ROOM. modern, walking Ujtante.
MODERN 6-iouui bouse. i710 Capitol
Ave. Harney 1404.
7-KOOM house, $14; 8-room. $32. Han
com park; modern. Phone Harney lu.
OKFEUKH FOR KENT
Ileuses and tvttaaee.
ll.t.r-O-S-ronm callage. r.v N. 2Mh St.
l'-7 rooms and bath, 2ri4 Kmmet ft.
$-o-7 rooms and bath. 2r.2A lecatir St.
l-.i-& rooms and bath, good bam, MS
$Jj 8 room modern. IMS Irfithroop St.
V. H. OA I KS.
644 Omaha National Hank ItUlg.
Phone 1 ouglas 1294.
TWO modern special for $25, one block
t N. 24th line. 7-room sous re, full 2-story,
decorate to suit, one-hali; block to Walnut
tun line, Dig trees, ppuin irom, one niocs
to school, s-rootn and hall. Rest furnace
and complete plumbing. Free rent to
41 KKKI'R REAL ESTATE CO..
ID fl umnha Nat I. Doug, or A-2152.
Evenlnss II. 1.642 or II. M34.
102 N. 41st. 7 room modern, nice homo.
Heat residence district. $ V. A. I,. Patrick,
442 Ree RMg.
-ROO,M house, modern except heat, 1411
N. 2-ith 8t., 120:
; 7-rooin house, modern except heat, 2311
tharlea Si., 119.
b rotims. 2d floor. HOC N. Wth St., mod
ern except heat, $14.
t-room cottage, modern except heat, 3934
N. 2Sd St.. .
6- room Lcusv modern except heat, 1611
Corby St., $19.
S-room, 1st floor. 1903 N. ?r.tn St., mrtly
( room, 2d floor, 1902 N. 26th St.. toilet
7- room house, modern except heat, 1909
Uard St., o.
CURLS BOY ER. 22d and CumliiR Sta
NO OBJECTION TO NICE COLORED
120 6-room modern, up-to-dato home,
2010 N. 27th St.
ROBINSON & WOLF.
4S5 Paxton Block. Phone I'our. 241.
flntisrxt ,n all parts of the city.
IJOUaia CrelRh Sons ft Co., Ilea Bid.
2:a MAPLE ST., ,i looms, modern ex
cept furnace. $:"0. Hall, 43J Ranne. D.
c40ti; A-440H. $25.
FOR RENT All modern, newlv uauer-
ed. 6-room cottage. Webster 4232 or call
at 3668 Ames Ave.
TWO MODERN SPECIALS FOR $-'...00.
Onn block to N. 24th lino. 7-room.
aipiare. full 2-story, decorate, to suit.
One-half block to W ulnut Illll line, bio
trees, south front, one block to school,
&-room and hull; best furnace and com-
pleto plumbing. Free rent to January 1.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
101(5 Omaha Nat l. lXiuir. or A-21".2.
Kvenlncs: If 2R42 or H. f.l.'M.
THINK Central, cheapest 7-room housa
with bath, basement, tn city. Apply 220
b-rooni house at l.ViH North 17th St.
O. C. REDICK, Attorney.
1S17 Farnam Street.
673 S. !th St.. 8 rooms, completely
modern, Coo.00. - Hall, 4.0 Ramge. 1. 7406.
2127 DOUULAS 8 rooms, modern exceut
neai, oi per montn. i el. uouaias itas.
$.0 7 rooms, 3028 N. 27th; $75.00. 1117 Park
Ave. SS24 N. 27th. $12. Webster 1677.
Four bedrooms, bath and toilet on sec
ond floor; large family room, dining
room, buttery-kitchen, refrigerator room,
hall and vestibule on first floor: full
cement basement, with toilet; furnace
heat; everything first class and strictly
modern. Located at loll Georgia Ave. See
the owner at 1609 Georgia Ave., or phone
Harney la09. .
Ouo Month's Rent Free
Almost new 5-room modern brick house.
18 blocks from tiostoffice, $tf per month.
A desirable tenant will be given one
month's rent free on account of the late
ness of the season. This house Is newly
pain-red. floors newly varnished and
everything In idee shape.
J. H. Dumont & Son,
Phone Douglaa 6!i0. 1605 Farnam St
MOD. 6-room voltage; (Ine rep'r. H. 8644.
OMAHA Van and ntoraKe Co. nacka.
moves. Stores household goods. Fireproof
storage... eut e.- iuui. BraJMiB aov a. litn.
'l el. Uougias 4163. A-133&.
FOR RENT New 10-rooin modern
brick house, 2632 Harney; ready Jan. 1,
Hot water heat.
Inquire T. J. O'Brien, Henshaw hotel.
'Phones. D. 1218, 11-104.
COTTAGE Six rooms.
full lot. 2324
RugRles St.. $12.50.
2638 DODGE Six-room coltHKe. strictly
modern, close to Farnam. Harney and
24th St. car lines. Phone Douglas 3770.
FIVE-ROOM brick flat.
1609 , Leaven-
B tores and Offices.
WISH to sublet suite cf five rooms In
City National Bank Bldg. Call p 4128.
Store at 336 No. 26th-St., South Omaha.
btore at 28 Cuming street.
Store at 210U Cuming street.
Store at 9X3 North 24th street.
New store at la04 Harnev street.
Office or salesroom at 1.1th and Harney.
4-roum oince suite at IjW harnam.
O. C. REDICK, Attorney.
1517 Farnam St.
FOR OFFICE OR STORE.
The main floor space In the Young
Men's Christian association building now
occupied by tho Electric Light Co., size
4-xjX. with vault extra. Fousesslon eb
J. II. DUMONT & SON,
1605 Farnam St., Omaha.
Phone Douglaa b90.
ANY connoisseur of confectionery will
readily tell you that there are no candles
which ran outshine o Bnen 8 in purity
or daintiness. If Mrs. Frank Hall, 6105
Cuming St., will como to The Bee office
within tnree days we will give her an
order for a oO-cent box of O'Brien's
OFFEUED FOR SALE
Musical Instruments. (
PIANO, slightly used, at a bargain
Segerstrom liano Mfg. Co., 19th und
BEST bargains line in violins, butts,
cases. Heskett, violin maker and re
palrer, .".01 Boston Store Bldg., Omaha.
PIANOLA for sale; worth $lou; will
sell for $1J0. 1219 S. 14th St.
LIGHT TOUCH MONARCH VISIRLIt
for rent. THE MONARCH TI FE-
WRI'l hit CO.. 411 B lth. Phone D4u9,
TYPEWRITERS, ALL MAKES For
rale or rent; largest stock, best bargains.
h. F. Swunaou Co., 1311 l-'ainani St.,
HKNT an Oliver typewriter from the
Oliver Typewriter Co. loiiglas 21H.
SMITH PREMIERS, models No. i or
No. 4, In excellent condition, rented thtee
months for lo
fcJdlTU PREMIER TYPT WRITER CO.,
19th and uougias.
NEW No. 6 Oliver typewriter. Will sell
or exchange for other umke. C Y2, Bee,
SAFES Overstocked with second-hand
safes, all sizes and makes; bargains.
American Supply Co.. lllo Farnam ki.
Get in the Game
F.lecuic nianos. iuu each; not ma
chines, athletic and peanut machines and
scales, new and secund-hand. Write for
our list of Lii gains. Better still con.
and see us. V e also do repairing.
ACME MACHINE CO.. 3124 Leavenworth.
Phunts. II 243, lnd. A 2432.
BALDWIN piano slightly used; big bar
gain; must De sold at once, tut .No. ijt
FoK SALE New Slid second-hand
carom aud pocket billiard tables and
howling alleys and accessories; bur fix
tures of all kinds; asy payments, in
Bi-unswick-Balke-Coliander Co., 407-409 S.
FOR SALE Two scbolard.ilps in the
Omaha Commercial college and one In
Boles college, business ofli.e, Omaha
Loal for stovs or furnace. Try 1U
Harmon Weeih. filter 848.
2D SAFES, DER1GHT. Uli Faiuaia aL
()FFFHl:i FOIt SA1.K.
KINDLING. 14 load. iMirwi W. Ml.
HlillHiU'dlls a. Iilinn machine at a bar
iln. Purchased new about ona year auo.
Just returned to us from one of our
branch houses recently dosed. Address
llilt SALE Foor-rv Under motor bout
engine, 4x5; perfect condiUon; cyllmW-i.i
copper water Jacketed: price. $150 f. o b.
8t. Iouls. Mo. . ft. louts Caper iwi i o.,
St. l.ouls. Mo.
KINK set orchestra bells; alo set
nieramhaphones: bargain. . N. 10th.
FOR S....E Indies' Astrakau coat; al
most new; ! S. Tel. H. 3sii!.
ONE 1l-k. diamond.
perfect, $210. Ad-
dress, O Hi, )tm.
FOR SALE FIXTURES
Two wall i
s, two counters, cases
Ft ll SALE At a Imritaln: mm -blurry in
small pinning mill at Henson. Teleplionu
H. :3-w, or address l.eorue Mneii.
YOL'it husband and son are looklon for
ward to dessert time they know that you
have ordered some of Palxell a loo cream.
If Mr A. M. Hall.. .11S4 l.arlmre Ave.,
will como to Tho Roe office within three
days we will nlve hoc an order for a
ouart brick of this fine Ice cream
M-DAY BLOOD REMEDY,
nladlsh Phaimacy, )2th and Doilge.
Massage, Rlttenhouse. 9t8 Old Boston Rid.
YOUNG women coining to Omaha a
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
women s .jnristian association Duiiamg
at Seventeenth and St. Mary s Ave..
where they will be directed to sultablt
boarding places or otherwise assisted.
Look for-our travelers aid at ine tnui
Miss Lang, manicuring, vibratory mas
sage trealments. R. 1, 2d Poor. IVgi Podge.
MOVING to San Diego. Cal.. wish to
find party who will share car .for furni
ture either to San Diego or Los Angeles.
Address Norwall, 8"4 Hnncroft. Doug. 2!'6X.
WE rent and repair all kinds of sewiug
machines. lnd. A -10,5. Douglaa 1663.
NEMKAHKA CYCLE CO.,
16th and Harney Sts,
HINDOO TABLETS will build, brace.
strengthen, 50c. BELL DRUG CO.
MA i ( J li1 Treatment. Mrs. Steel.
"acvo''-UJ-4 1703 Podge. Ground floor.
MASSAGE Swedish movement; nothing
better for rheumatism; ladies. 11; genlls-
men. 11.50. Apt. 2. 1S02 Farnam. 1. f240.
M AUNHTin treatment. E. Brott. 710
iUiVUlMrjXXtj 8i mh 2 floor. D. 62S9.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast.
off clcfhlns-: In fact, nnvthine- vou do no'
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 134
N. lltli St., for cost or collection, to ine
worthy poor. Call 'phono Douglas 41Ji
and wagons will rail.
f A SnS! A fl M Wa'h. salt glow aroinatlo
iUiVOOiVULi tleatment. Mme. Allen
Chicago, 109 8. 17th St., 1st floor. D. 766i.
Mrs. Snyder, massage, electrical treat
ment. 3 Dunsany, 10th & Pierce. U. 43M.
HA EL LEAF pTiflS CONES Best
remedy lor Itching, bleeding or protrud
ing piles: 60c postpaid; samplo free. Sher
man McConnell Drug Co., Omaha,
Dr. Burke, women's diseases. 41 Doug. Bk
8UKK rellevTn"grT)Th7"remedy. 401 Ware
Bik. :m B. 15th St.
WANTED Information concerning the
wherealiouts of William Zang, bom In
Daxhelm. Hessen Darmstadt, Germany;
came to America about 1S66 and went to
Omnha. Last heard from 20 years ago.
Kindly address any Information to Mrs.
K. Zang, 493 Gates Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
IF you have a sweet tooth be sure to
try a box of D. J. O'Brien's candy. Al
ways frown and pleasing to candy lovers.
If Mrs. W. 8. Traenkie, 4xii i nicago St.,
will come to The Boe office within three
days we will give her an order for a 00
cent box of O'Brien's candy.
POCLTKY AND PET STOCK
Screenings, $1.36 per loo. Wagner. 801 N. la
Thoroughbred fox terrier puppies. W. 6S68.
THOROUGHBRED Buff Orpington
stock for sale. Phone Webster 2426.
FOR SALE Cheap, ten hens and two
cockerels; part of the hens laying now.
Call Webatsr 1302.
BUILDERS' . I. FORMATION.
Electric gas fixtures. Omaha Silver Co.
Idea) Cement Stone Co., 17th and Cuming.
Fuc hs. Hon & Blind, painting, decorating.
ROOFING PAINT, building paper, plas
ter board. Amur. Sup. Co., lis Nlcholaa
Masonry con.. Jobber, llealy. Web. 1241.
CITY P H OI'Ell T Y FOK At.E!
A Great Bargain
Ten-room modern house, with full lot
and barn in Hanscom Placo; a very de
sirable und convenlunt home for any
member of St. Peter's Catholic, Hanscom
Park Methodist or Westminster Presby
terian church. This house has hot water
heat, oak floors and every convenience.
It Is occupied by the owner, ono of
Omaha's prominent wholesale mercluints,
and has always been kept up; cost llG.OtiO
U build. J'rlce, $7,000. uou t sleep on
this. Come and see us at once if you are
J. H. Dumont & Son
Phone DougUis f90.
1603 Farnam St.
Balance monthly buys ono of tho finest
5-r., all innddrn cottagea in Omaha. Will
consider vacant lot for first payment.
Cull and see ine. This is a snap.
W. S. Frank
1014 Cltv National Bank.
Phone D. 3600, A-3601.
22x132 on Sixteenth SI., south of Cuming.
R 1). Weail, 18U1 Farnam St
1M11 Farnam St.
WANT L1XC01AT HOME
Wo have a client that has a first mort
gage on Nebraska land that he is de
sirous of trading on a home in Lincoln;
six or seven rooms, strictly modern; noth
ing over $1,000.
GAliLAGHER & NELSON,
4CI Brandels Bldg., Omahn, Neb.'
New K-room, all modein house, ou curi
line, worth $l.ouu; will take l.l.OnO for tnls
property, with a cash payment of $u)0.
i his is a big bui KU.ni und will not lust
Peters Trust Co,
"dTIbIRABLE lot In Dundee. it.
Full lot on 4 :d. north of DodKe, $.0.
F. D. WEAD, lxol Farnam Street.
IN VEST M ENT OPPORTUNITY.
IX ROOMS. ALL MODERN.
We have a two-apartn.ent house, con
taining 11 rooms, two bath rooms, seven
bed rooms, Willi parlor, dining room and
kiichen in each apartment, wun new
piuiiibing and good heallnj plant.
'il.is property Is too isise lor personal
ownsi and it is a splci. d propubltion for
some one who will b . it and divide It
Into four thiee-room n i ai lments. Owing
to the arrangement of the house this
work can be done ut a very small ex
pense and when completed the apart
ments will rent fur SJO euch. 'I he buyer
can live in c-ne apartment, rent the lest
and make a good iaveaimcnt out ut yuur
The building Is well built and In good
condition; only tb'.riuen minutes' ride to
tbe tenter cf the city; one biuck from the
Dodge streel car line ami In good resi
THE NUMBER 13 261$
N. 2uTH BT.
It is ust north of Ohio on tbs Flor
ence Blvd. A good six or seven-room
modern house will be taken In exchange
at the right price. This proposit.ou -
certainly worth looking a:.
NORP.ij si martin,
400 Bt Bldg. Duug. CO, A-42;.
CITY l'Hl'l'.RT KH S A I . K
I HAVE ft partlalty de eloped fruit
farm In north est Arkansas for sale; brut
climate on earth; terms. Address V 1977.
-ROM cottsao for sale by the owner;
$ cash; balance monthly. Address 216,
EVERY housewife desirous of a nice
dessert should try Dulsell s pure lc
cream. If Mis. J. O. F.mlnons. S643 Grand
Ave., will coin to The Bee office with
III three dsjs we will tslve her -an order
for a ouart brick of this fine lee cream
A C It E A li H FOR, SII.F.
One acre, Wvde Park $27,100
Olio acre. Briuhton :t 00
F. I '. WEAD, 1HU Farnam St.
FARM . HA IN CM l,MlKOHlB
, t annua,
DO YOU want, a form In western Om
adu, where tho crop this year are In ad
vance of anything grown on tiie eontl
nent? For wheat growing, dairying,
mixed farming and cattle rnleliur- the
oi-o Iticn of Aihrrta Is unsurpassed.
I winds are now ottered iv ine .a -APIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
at prlet-s ranging from $m lo $l an acre
on LONG tkiimn or payment or on ine
crop payment plan. This Is paying for
your farm with a portion oi your crops
1-aiid values tiar lni-ren.sed 3" per cent
In two years. Great opportunity for the
Call or write for full particulars, book
lets, maps, etc.
E. S. FliR. General Agent,
Canadian Pacific Alhrrla Land Co., '
40 Board of Trade Bldg.
Excursion every Tuesday, h'co me for
'Mv knowledge of land on uncompleted
Grand Trunk can make you quick profits.
Frank Crawford. I'lJ Homer St., tii-
couver. or Omaha "
THE LAND OK SUNSHINE.
Wo are offering 10. 21) and 40-acre tract!
and upwards located In Columbia county
near Luke City. Florida 50 nillis wcsl of
Jacksonville end only 80 miles from St.
Augustine. This proerly is Intersected
by three railroads of national reputation,
which furnish the best of services at
reasonable rates to all markets of the
Tiie climate Is ideal. Flue farms are
now being worked In our tract with
exceptionally good results. Own one of
our furms. Investigate our offer. Small
cash pa menls and easy terms.
Low rates dally. Tickets good until
IIOBT. C. PRUESEPOW & CO..
860 Omaha National Bank Bldg ,
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by the
ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM & ATLAN
Lands adnptablo to the widest rango of
crops. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing wllh this coming country, Its soil,
climate, church and school advantages.
rU W. II. LEAHY. DEPT. Iv,
General Passenger Agent,
FOR RALE Chicken ranch, KV4 acres;
plenty of fruit and peaches; good build
ings; location central Illinois; for par
ticulars write Laurens. Iowa, Route $,
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm Is to Insert a small want ad
tn the Dcs Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the state of Iowa, 4S.000 daby.
The Capital Is read by and believed In by
the standpatters of Iowa, who simply re
fuse to permit any other paper In their
homes. Kates. 1 cent a word a day; ll.ii
per line per month: count tux ordinary
words to the line. 'AddreBS Des Moines
Capital. Dsa Moines, la.
NEBRASKA and Oregon land, $S up.
134 Brandels Blk , Omaha. Neb.
WHAT Is Christmas without a nice box
of th famous candv made by D. J.
O'Brien? Jf Mrs. VV. T. Palmer, 4K2.1
Tuvnnort St.. will come to ine Bee of
fice within three days we will give her
an order fur a 00-cent box of o Brlen a
FOR RALE Good farm tracts: 800 acres
diked tldcland, 300 acres uplund all thor
oughly drained, w ill lurnisn xeea ror sou
head cattle. Land especially adapted to
dairying and accessible to good market.
Good water. House ana uarn )ui com
pleted costing $6,000. Boundud on two
sides by county road. Ono mile from
school and posloftlce. Lies suitable tu
subdivide Into small tracts If so desired.
Price, $100 per acre. Part cash; leiins
on balance; no commissions. If Interested
correspond Immediately wllh owner, Geo.
W. Warren, vice president Astoria Na
tional bank, Astoria, Oregon.
1H0 ACRES In Lyman county, South
Dakota, for sale. Address D 9M. Bee.
A FINE quarter section Stanley Co.
land must be sold in lo days. Address
Owner, L. B. r. Fort Pierre, fl. I.
BEST Rio Grande valley Irrigated land;
Winter Garden of America; have a few
tracts or 10. 20 or 40 acres at a bargain.
A saving of $1,000 on price of 40 acres. V .
C. Stuhr. Box 2M. Co. Bluffs. laL
"SEND for-description of beautiful S
acre farm at $100 an acre. Ho TRADING.
W. H. Graham, Cucro, Tex.
REAL ESTATE LOAN3
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 13J) Farnam St.
OMAHA-Property and Nebraska Lands.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 New Omaha Nati Bank . Building.
FARM LOANS near Omaha; no commia
slon; optional payments; cheap money.
Orln S. Merrill. 1211 City Nati bank Bldg.
HuciKEY lo loans on business or resi
dence properties. $1.0oo to $oui.0o9. W. li.
THOMAS. IaU First Nat l Bank Bldg.
$100 tu $)0,0u0 made promptly. F. I).
Wead. We.id Bldg.. lsth and Farnam
LOWltAT7-.rH EM1&CA RLUICitU CO..
$10-212 Biandels Theater Bldg.
GARVIN HROS 5-J and up.
VU Uil DRU'J.Qumi,, Xit'l Bank
LARGE 1OANS, municipal bonds, mort
gages bought and sold. BU LL JJltutl.
WANTED Cltv loans. Peters Trust Co.
- - - ..
IXJH HALE OH EXCHANGE
FOR SALE or Exchange A well im
pruvtd 160 aire., Vf miles from Trenton;
good hiUldius; well and orchard. Ad
dress Y 278, Bee.
FOR SALE or Exchange M) acres Irri
gated land In Jultsburg irrigation district.
Cultivated and fenced. Addiess Y 97, Bee.
FOR SALE sho aires with iwo sets of
new Improvements on table laud. Sedg
wick county. Colo., for lumber business.
Address Y 2s0. Bee.
TRADE Laud for lumber business. Ad
rlreHS Y 73, Bee.
TO EXCHANGE A L.'s-acra larm in
Spink county, sooth Dakota, valued at
111 AMI (I). This larm la highly improved,
atisuluiely perfect land and one of th
hett furms loiuiid In ll.e famous James
River valley district. A tiardwaie stock
In value nut lo exceed JA'.uMA) will be
accepted as purl payment; I.OiO.OO In cash
and the balance tu remain on the hind
upon easy terms. Full description and
legul number will be furnished fvr In
vestigation upon application. This farm
Is worm I lie mom v asked Adilies,
Event l-Penuy I. und Co., Rudfleld, S. D.
FINE a-iO-in homo in tho south part of
city lor li-ruiim inoi'.ern cottuge. F. D.
Wead. lVi Furiiuiu Si.
'I f J EXCII ANJ E The loom up-to-date
modern storo f-.r Its nt In northern
South Dakota Sto k Involco 112 4ou. can
be reduced. lJoHltiv(ly no fcticsers. Want
improved bind up lo $10,0", balarn e i afcli.
tlood lerriiorv. No hkcuis. J. and ust
! south of Sioux Cliy und Hot f.ir uent,
Write l,oik Box 2i, Garden City, S. l.
WANTF.O TO lumilOYV
Tn BORROW $.-". two ais, 10 per
rent, secured In Improved farm worth
7.ioA Chas. V. Fierce, Gregory, S. D.
WASTE IV TO UIV
fdanTgTM1s7Kteser. IQ2Q Center. P.
T I s; Slmnies-Fur i'oTT" 7'".' N 16t x.
1 ullo(imh, We buy all kinds of rs.v
furs; pay high prices. Give us a trial.
HAVE you decided whst. lo get your
laily friend for Christinas ? There. Is nolh
Ina that Would please her better than a
dmiitv box of O'Brien's i-andv. If Mrs.
Frank Stein. 4'.i Cass St., will come to
Tho Bee office wllhln three days we will
give her an order for o-cent box of
u Biirn s candy.
WANTED TO REST
GENTLEMEN wsnts room with reflns.1
private family; neat room; good pay. Ad
dress, A I.. S., Rome Hotel.
WA.TKPAn eastein firm anln
shout 4.) square feet lloor space In a
building having truckage; prefer . share
space, with another occupant. IMesso give
full particulars, uddrcssing II 926, care
Mil" mSRANP. If sou are looking for
something to take homo for an extra flue
desaert, step Into Dwlxell'a. If It. U
lloiuan. 3,ttl Meredith Ave., will come to
The Hee office within three days we will
give him an order for a quart blicK of
tills fine lor cream.
AN rnucaied womau eesnea work la
Omaha or elsewhere In Institution or fam
ily to nKslst In keeping and taking' cars
of children. Webster $177.
PRACTICA I. nurse. Ca II H. IW10. A -117 4.
YOUNli fsdy with one year's expert
enco as stenographer wishes a position
In a flim; salary according ti ability.
O 763. Bee
SITUATION wanted A manager of
general store, couutry town; experienced,
(l 61 a. Bee.
VuUNU limn wants position as bar.
tender; experienced. S 15, Bee.
BY high school graduate, stenographer,
clerical or bookkeeping; unexperienced.
1. 610. Bee.
WASHING and curtains done. T. H. 5429
WANTED Po-.iltion as houaskeeper by
respectable inuldle-aged lady. Prefer
home with children. Also experienced as
nurse. Address Mrs. Msrle Turner, ten
si al delivery. Council Bluffs, la.
BoT7eKe"eFinT and clerical work!
svrnlngs and Snlurdays; use typewriter.
Address L 743. Ree.
1'H REE young lailies, taano player and
singer, want position In picture show, ex
perienced. Douglas K 77. Bee.
POSITION wauled by competent lady
stenogiapbcr; references as to ability.
MUST HAVE WORK
Tnung man needs work for board and
room. Phone Douglas 424.
.WHITE iady desiroa steady places of
day work; neat, conactsntlous; does not
disappointment engagements. Phone It.
l'il)RED lady desires position as
maid for general houaowork. Doug. 1729.
W V) iVlcTiy day for Monday, Thursday
or Friday. Webster 4207.
YOUNG man, 20 years old, desires po
sition lit any kind. Bay ltalleberg, 2u0t
South 2t0h Ave.
FIREMAN Young man of 30 wants po
sition to take charge of steam plant, high
and low pressure; sober, capable and In
dustrious; refs. Address II 972, care Bee,
LADY wants position as chambermaid
or silver girl. B 22. Mis. Crawford.
ANY kind of nay work, Address, 1204
N. 24tll. Tel. Webster 4717.
WHITE woman oeslrea day work; neat
and c.ean. Tel. D. 6740.
WAN TED Any kind of Work. Address,
D 979. Bee.
MIDDLE-AGED German lady wants
position as general housework, more tor
home than wages, riiona poiigiaa ami,
' MAN handy with all tools desires posi
tion. Joseph Konkel. Phone Douglas fiS7,
WASHING All kinds. Harney d66l
MIDDLE-AGED man wants work of
any kind. E 90, Bee.
WHITE lady wants work by day, Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday; references.
NEAT colored girl desires position as
second girl.' 192Z-isuming. woug. ooiu.
SITUATION WANTED Man and wife,
no children, taking care of rooming
house, flat or In fact will do any kind of
work that is respectauie ior ootn, or
mun will consider bar tending, working
in nool hall. Have had exiiertence In all
this work. Call or address me at 1U2I
Cass St. Elmer Cox.
SHE naturally Is looking for a dessert
that needs but little preparation. Tell her
of Dalzell's Ice cream. If Mrs. Arthur
Miller. 6331 Fowler Ave., will come to
The Ree office within three days we will
give her an order for a quart brick of
this fine Ice cream.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST
Ship your stock to South Omaha; save
mileage and shrinkage, your consign
ments receive prompt a?i careful atlen
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION BIER
Pyers Bros. A Co. Strong and responslbli
W GOD I KOS.. 2j4-H Exoh aims Hid g.
"Great West. Com. Co., Omaha Ik Denver.
"wTl Ch M 1 TH- BO N Just handie shVep,
W. F. PENNY A CO., 2JH Exeh. Bldg,
TAGO BROS, handle cailie. nogs, sheep
Clay. Rolunaon A Co., 20U Exch. Bldg.
Intel slate Co. Better results. Ship tu us.
CLIFTON Com. Co. 222 Exchange Bldg
H'f'RKkMUCKLY CO., 201 Exoh. Ilidg
L. E. ROBERTS r CO.. 22 Exoh. Bldg.
Cox & Jones linn, Co , bunch of hustlers
Farmers L. S. Com. Co., Mt Exchange.
Deposit pioceeds uf slilpmeiils In Stock
Yards- rai I nans, oniy oaua ki yarus.
Martin Bros. & Co., 2U1-4 Exch. Bldg,
OMAHA, TIIE CHAIN MAltKET.
Nebraska-Iowa Grain t.'o., 764 Brandels,
WEEKS GRAIN CO., grain merchants,
consignments toiiciteq, rjj jiranueis.
HAILWAV TIME CA11D.
L.MU.N I'A'l ION t eutb nud Masou
Pan Fran. Overl'd L..a :4n am a 7:40 pm
China it Japan F. M..u4:05pm aC:4Sptn
Atlantic Express a 0 45 em
Oickoii Express all So nm aCintnn
Ixis Angeles Limited. .al2'4.1 pm as::uipm
Denver Kpeclal a 7:04 am a 717 am
Centennial Htate Spo'l.all :H0 pm al2:25am
Colorado Express a 3 30 pin a 4 50 pm
Oregon-Wash. L't'd...al! bo pm a S.TO pm
North Platte Local. ...a 8:16 am a4:4fipm
(iratid Island Local. ..a 130pm alo:30am
ttromsburg Local. . .bU:41pin bl.2up'u
Cull-ago A Northwestern
Minn. -Ft. Paul Ex. ...a 7.00 am
Minu.-St. Paul L t d.. a I.Oo pm a 1:00 am
Twin City Express ..a 7:4u am al0:90 pm
Kloux City Local a $:4I pm a 3:28 pin
Minn. A Dakota Ex. .a 7.00 pm a $15 am
Twin City Limited .. ad lipiu a 7.20 am
Minmsuta Exprets all:00 am
Canoll Loral a 7:00 sin a (:10 pm
Duviight Chicago a 7:40 am al0:4O pm
Chicago Local al0A pm t 111
Colorado-Chicago a b io pin a 3. 2d pm
I'lncSKo t-'peciai a ( 02 pm a ( 49 am
t'ac. Coast-Chicago. ...a :35 pm a 1.2 pm
Los Angeles Limited, .a $ M pm all:20 pm
Ove-iuud Limited a 7.66 pm a 9:1a an,
Carroll Local a 4 W pm alO.00 an.
Fast Mall a $.30 put a HM poi
in ur Rapids, Sioux w
timal.a a IX prp
Cciittuiilal State Lliu. 13 40 am 11. li pm
Long Pine a $: am all.00 am
Ndi7ull:-Pallas a I. (slam ai'i.ij pin
Long Pli.e Lincoln. ...a 2 15 pm u. 1: pm
Hastings-Superior ... o t.lu pm a 6:20 put
Pcadvtuod-ilot tpga..a a pin a t:Ni pm
l 'as par-lender
.a 3..A pin all ou um
I i cuicul-A.bioQ
.b pin U l.n pa
IIAIIAVAY TIME C.XUV
Chicago, Hisk Island .v Pacific.
Rockv Mountain Ltd. ,a!2 ?S am Rlo:S5pm
Chicago Local Pass. . .blO.36 am blO.IOpnt
Chlcaao l'av E press a 6 45 ans a 4 ) pm
Chicago Uxpiess a 4 10 pm a 1:10 pm
Pea Moines Looal f'ss A 4 -7 pm al2:12 ni
Chicago-Neb. Limited ti $.0 pl.t a 7 .41 am
Chi. -Neb. Lmtd to Lin
coln a 01 am a F;58 pm
Chi. -Colo. Express ....al lipm a 4:00 pm
(ikl. & Tex. Express.'. 6;W pm all :4b am
Rocky Mountain Ltd.alO 4 pm ai2;30 am
litlcago (.rriit Western
hicaco I.tmlteil a I in pm
'win City Limited.. ...a 8 S5 pm a 7 4 am
Twin City Faprsis....a 1.46 aru a 8:50 pm
Chicago Express a 1.4a pm
l ocal Passenger....... 8:1s pm
Chicago Express a 7:10 am a 8:45 pra
Chicago limited.., ....a 8.00 pm a 8:00 am
hlenan, lllnankee A .' Pa
.a 7 6o pm :i am
erry I .oca I
. .a 6.30 am 11 uo pm
..a 1:00 pm S 2i pm
..a 7.42 am 1:50 am
,.b 5;1S pm 12:05 pin
'olorado Special ,
Perry Iocal ,. .
Omaha St. Louis Ex. .a 30 pm al ls em
Mall and Express a 7 CJ am aii iopm
Ftanb'y L. lirom C.B.)b 6:00 pm bl0.ll am
K. C. A St. U Fx....at0sm a 7:40 am
K. C. & St. L. Ex.... all. 15 pm a$:M)prn
Rnrllngloa Btatlaa Tenth A Miioi
llnrllnalosi -. -
Penver - California . .a 4 10 pm t 3.4'. pm
Puget Sound Express. a 4 10 pm a 3:45 pm
Nebraska points a S.20 ant a 6:10 pin
a 4:10 pm a X:4u pm
,..b 1 20 pm al2:I pm
..all .ta pm a 7:uo am
..a UO am a :10 pm
..a $ :li am a 6.10 pm
a ( OS am
Schuyler-list ismoulh b 1:06 pm bio .20 am
Lincoln Local p s ot am
Plattsmouth-lowa a 9:11 am a 1:60 am
Brllevue-Plattmnouth al2:! pm a S 40 pm
...a 7.15 am all:b pm
. ..all .V) pm a 7:l0 pm
...a 4 20 pm a 3:; pin
...a 6:10 put a I d) am
...a 9:15 am alu:M) am
...b 3 90 pm bl0:4j sin
...a 4:35 pm all o am
...al0.4A pin a : am
Chic. Faal Express,
Creston (Is.) Loon I
St. Eouls Express...
k. c. A si. Joseph,
C. 4k St. Joseph. ...a 1:15 am a 6:10 era
K. C. i St. Joseph.... 4:30 pra M.
Wrkstsr Ctatlosv loth mud Webster.
Paal, Mlaaeapolle A
I Pepart. Arrive.
Ploux City Express. ...b 2:15 pm bll:0 pm
Omaha I-ocsl o 1.25 am e $:25 pm
Sioux City Pass o 9 25 pm
Twin City Pass b 6:45 am
Emerson Local b 6-U pm D :10 ant
lb) dally except Sunday. ICJ eunoay
only, (a) daily.
TWO IDEAL CRUISES
J . 1 1. M WW M MmM
TTi Nov. 13, 1ffia...(rrom New YnrkV
1 1 Gl Feb. 147, Iftiatrrots ts irrsarlsee)
I Cyi By tiie pslallsl cruising steamer.
.Ti V VICTORIA LUISE'.!
MS son Trmnl
Itlnersnr Includes Madelrm.
Mnaln. Italy. India. 4Jslon.
traits Seltletneata, Javae,
I'killpplnea, Chlan, Japaa.
tasdwlrh Islands sad oMbd4
Anwriosa Tear, Inland excunlgos aad
i'TOliKS rtll DAYS IK JAP AM
Cowt Iselndlng all aeesssafT
eipsnsse sbusrd and sibore
Daratloa of Praises
110 Days Each
k . 't BsJ for
Ctsi for IThutnUi BookUU
Ohioaro, XU or Local Agent.
PROPOSALS FOlX LEOOINQS CHIEB"
Uuartermanter s Office Federal Building
Chicago, Illinois, October 7th. 1911.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, subject to
the usual conditions, will be received at
this office until 12 o clock m., January ad
1913, and then opened, for furnishing and
York, Philadelphia, St. Louis or .Chicago
depot of the Quartermaster's Depart
ment: 2.00.000 pairs Leggings; subject to
Increase uf not to exceed 00, If ds
sired by this Department. Right la re
served to reject or accept any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Preference
will bo given to article of domestic man
ufacture, conditions of quality and price
(including In the price of foreign produc
tions or manufactures the duty thereon)
being equal. Standard sample can bs
seen, snd specifications, blanks for pro
posals and full Information will be fur-,
nlslied upon application at this office.
Envelopes containing proposals to be In
dorsed "Proposals for Leggings to bs
opened January so, .1912. Coionol J no,
L. Clem, Chief Quartermaster.
OFFICE CON3TRCCT1NU Ol'ARTER
master. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Dec,
1S.1911. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will
be received here until 12 m , January 17,
1912, and then opened, for the construction
of a Hniigar for Signal Corps. Full In
formation and blank forma of proposal
furnished upon application, 'i'he United
States reserves the right to accept or re
1ct anv or all proposals. Envelopes l
n marked "Proposal for Hangar for
Signal Corps" and addressed to Major
O. O. Bailey, i:oiisiruci:ng vjuarioimasier.
Folt Leavenworth. Kansas.
Stockholders Meeting of The Union
Notice la heroby given Hint tho annual
meeting uf the stockholders of The I nlon
Lund Company for the election or II v
directors and the transaction of such
,;llier business as may legally como be
torn the meeting, will be held at the
office of the tieneral Solicitor, t'nlon
Pacific IIu.cd(Uarters Bullillng. I.Mh und
lioilse streets. Omaha, Nebraska, on
Monday, the sth day of January, UMi
at in o'clock A. M. -
The stock transfer books will bo closed
10 days previous to tlio meeting.
New Yolk City, N. Y., Dec. Is, lull.
Office of LE E-i LA Brt-A N DHEESEN
HARDWARE COMPANY. Omaha. Ne
braska, Dei-ember 9, 1911. Notice Is hereby
given to tlio stockholders of Leo-Glass-Andreeson
Hardware company that the
annual meeting uf the stockholders of the
company will be held at tho offices of
said company, cornsr of Ninth and Har
ney streets. In the city of Omaha, lu the
stuto ot Nebraska, on Tuesday, January
9. A. D., 1912 . at 3 o'clock p. m., 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. Scuie
tary; 11. J. Lee. President.
tti OCK HOLDERS' ME ET1 NG.
Tim annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Bee Building company will ha held
t,t the office of said company, Omaha,
.Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. in. Tuesday,
January 1. 1912. for thn election uf the
board of directors for too ensuing year,
und for tho transaction of such other
business as may propnly coma buforo
By order of the president
N. 1. FL1L, Seci-ctarv.
Persistent Advertising Is th Xload to
If rj p
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OHMLl
Council Transfer Money l'ros1.
Sinking to Jetter SewtT Fund.
JOSEPH J0S0WSKI BEATES VP
Saloon Mast Has Drsksn Head as Re.
snlt of tlnarrct Over Payment of
Billiard georr racking
A recurrent question was agilAted In
tlin city council last night . when Mat
Peterson Introduced a motion to transfer
$44 44 from th Interest and sinking fund
lo th Jettor sewer fund. Although
th council voted ' on the O'lestlon.
Mayor Tralnor declared h would Invest!.
tat th matter himself. City Attorney
Murphy declared that th transfer was
Illegal. Tho city attorney's opinion is lr.
serord with his advice given lust year
when th matter of transferring moneys
from certain funds to th depleted fire
and pollc fond was under discunslon.
Because cf losses sustained through
th breaking ot a sewer pip contiguous
lo their property, damages In th sum of
$V and tloO respectively were allowed to
II. S. II ko and J. M. Tanner.
A motion to authorlxa th city treasurer
to transfer IK.2 from th sewer main
tenance fund to tho Jetter Crnefc main
sewer was csrrled.
Th treasurer's report for th month of
November shows a balnnce of $2Wj,2?!.S3
cash on hand.
Very Iltlls lsn of Importance was
transacted at last night's meeting and
th council adjourned until Friday. De
cember 22, when bids on th sal of a
bond Issue will be received.
All th city employes will receive their
salaries before tho holidays.
Hnloon Man Briirs.
Decs us he domanded that they pay:
their billiard reckoning, Joseph Janowskl,
4 saloonkeeper at Thirty-sixth and V
streets, was severely beaten yesterday
forenoon by Jo Chromy and Anton
Each side makes different allegations
as to who was th aggressor.
Detectives Andrew McOuIr and John
Zaloudek arrested Chromy and Hombso
snd charged them with fighting. Judge
Callanan will look Into th case today.
Parker Are) Bnsy,
Asserting that they have mad better
tlmn within th last week than tn man
moons, the packing housa men ar looks
Ing forward with jubilation to tho Christ
According to th workers In the dif
ferent plants there has been a great de
mand for meats for th Christmas sa
lon. This has compelled th packing com
panies to maintain a largo force of men
at work during th week past. Th beef
butchers at Cudahy's plant averaged
fifty-five, out of sixty hours during last
week. They expect that th tiro will
be greater this week.
4 had wick Here on Visit. '
William Chadwlck, a former prominent
cltlsen of South Omaha, Is tn the city
for a few days' visit from hlarahch at
San Diego, Cal. . .
Mr. Chadwlck wan for many years a
resident of th Maglo City and Is still
Interested In business concerns here. Dur
ing th exchange of greetings with former
friends yesterday Mr. Chadwlck men
tioned that lie had recently met former
Mayor Edward Jehuson in California. . II
reports Mr. Johnson's health Is consider
'lu Hol.l Tnrkry Shoot. '
Those who are Intent upon a Christmas
fowl are looking forward with i much
pleasure to the big shoot to be -held
Christmas eve'ut the South Omaha Oun
club grounds. Forty-fourth and Q streets.
' The program la scheduled to begin at
I p. m. und the prises will bs turkeys,
ducks, and geese.
Ten events have been set, consisting
of fifteen targets each. .For those who
win the dulorent events the prises,
turkeys, geese or ducks, will be dressed
and ready for th oven. Contestant may
purchase shells on th grounds and th
club house will provide a warm shelter
for the onlookers.
Candy Kids Wis,
In a close gam last night Peterson's
Csndy Kids defeated boyce's Cracker
Jacks on Harlow's alleys. Tbe total were
2, M and 2,623. Score:
BOYCE'S CRACKER JACKS.
1st. , Zd. 1. Total
BTS Mi3 843 ' 3,i23
FETEKeU.Vli CANDY KIDS.
Fagerborg 1E2 146
Clara 19 171
Hunt lbl HI
Winter 1T J 7s
Martin IsJ 13
tcti n z,&a
101 ' 377
Totals 4C 41$ 420
DUCKWORTH BAR HERS.
40ti SGi 441 1,21$
Taft Men to Lincoln.
South Omaha will be represented at th
meeting of the Taft forces in Lincoln tu
duy. Mayor Tralnor and other republican
leaders, with fifty members of th Re
publican club, will leave South Omaha
this morning ut 8:25 for Lincoln, where
they will attend tho Tsft convention.
Mayor Tralnor and the republicans who
accompany him are. ttrong Taft men. Jt
Is the sense of the local Republican club,
however, not to endorse . any cand.date
prior to tho Chicago convention. .
Magic l ily tiossip.
Charles Hathaway atld iv party of
friends were rabbit hunting alouit the
Pupplo river Monday.
John McDermont, an old tlina packing
house woikmun, is confined In tne city
hall In a U uietiled frame ot mind.
The women of the First Presbyterian
church will serve lunch in the base
ment of the church Wednesday noon.
Deputy Treasurer James Hush Is con
fined to his home with a sever attack
The first meeting of this season of the
South Omaha lioiiecr Historical society
will bs hold thla evening at tho Library
Phono Bell Kouth So Independent K
m,H for a iasd of Jetter Gold Tup. Prompt
unlivery tu any part ot city. WllUaoi
Mrs. Charles Fcarr left yesterday for
Texas snd southern pulnt. where St.
will visit with relative prior to a trip
to New York Cliy.
Santa Claus for Men A store filled with
gift for men that they appreciate most.
Look for tho lighted CbrtaUnaa tre at
4J0 N. illh tt., M. Cukiti & Co.
Tlu thirteenth annual ball of the Ur.P.a
Flock Ytids Employe' Belief ussocla.
lion will bo given Wednesday evening.
January 17. at Bushing's hall, Twexj
lourtU and J streets.
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