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T1IK lUIK: OMAHA. TlltKNIUY. DKCHMUKR 21. 1011.
MOXKY TO U)S
Salary and Chattels.
$10 TO $100
M LOA'KS ON FL'RNITtHE. PIANOS.
$1 8ALAKJfc.il. fc.IV..
s. at charges you can afford, and
tt without the red tape and delay you
l experience with other companies.
ESTABLISH Yoi'R 4'HEDIT
l HERE. It s a 0OD .H bNJC
M ACCOCNT IN TIME UF NEED.
It NOTE THKSr: RATKS:
l ,. t". o av back Ill.i-X
' '?. you-- J'av bark jlT.O).
II i od pav hark at.i.
M r "'. yo'i pav hsck t.Vvfti.
l . NO.'CrilKK CHAItUES
M .Veekty or Monthly Payments.
II Open every night till Xmas p. m.
II OMAHA FINANCIAL CO.
II S0MO Brown Hlk. Opposite Bran-
M deis: x8.. E. Tor unhand Douglas.
. Phone Douglas 2030.
DO YOUll SHOPI'LNCrNOW
GET YOUR XMAS MONEY
CITY LOAN COMPANY
because our rates sre lower, payments
fabler, business confidential.
CITY LOAN COM PANT,
20-21 I louglas Block. , Opposite Hnyden's.
Phones Douglas 3ijy I nil A-.20.s.
CHATTEL SALARY LOANS.
If you ran tine from 110 to 1U0 or more
to a good advantage, com to ua. We
1o not advertise any misleading ratei,
but we have the lowest rates In the city.
We guarantee you a square deal. You
can repay ua In amall Weekly or monthly
ayment. We allow a discount If paid
iefore time. Call, writs or phone appli
cation and you will get prompt attention.
NEBRASKA LOAN CO.,
Douglas' 13Qtj 220 Bee Bldg. A-tX?.
MONEY FOR CHKISTMAS
Loaned on furniture, piano or teams at
tow rated and easy terms.
STATE MORTGAGE LOAN
Hoom 12 Arlington BIk ; 1M1H Dodge Ft.
Phones: Dou glag 24fti, Independent A-84tit.
BT Alt LOAN CO. i
15 to IMO
ITirnlshed salaried people without seeur
Ity, endirrsemcnt, delav, publicity, extor
tlon or deception. Terms to suit. 644 Paxton
MONEY loaned salaried people, women
Keeping house and others, without se
curity; easy payment. Offices In 67 prin
cipal cities. .Tolman, 60S Omaha Natl
Hank Bldg,, formerly N. Y. Life Bldg.
DIAMOND LOANH at JVi'snd 6 per cent.
FLATAU. 1514 Dodge. Tel. Red 6619.
OFFERED FOR KENT
Hoard and Ilooma.
6. M. B. han's trunks. D. (111. A-Jll.-
Portola, family hotel, 20th Ave, and Har
NICK pi ace (or nice peopitj. THE 11 Alt'
IsON. flVt and Chicago Sis. 11.00 and up.
Vnder new management.
8t. James, mod. 1.25day; week 86 up-
NICE room, suitable for two peip.u,
with board, at .102 North 20th.
IF you have a sweet tooth be sure to
try a box of D. J". O'Brien's candy.. Al
ny fresh and pleasing to candy lovers.
If W. B. Belt, 49i California St.. will
come to The Bee office within three days
we will give him an order for a 60-cent
pox of O'Brien's tandy.
Dewev European Hotel. 13th fc Farnam.
FOR Rt:,NT Two turnlnhed parlor
rooms with heat and gas. 633 . tid St.
AIjCOVK loom, hot water heat; Han
acom park, district: ' strictly private;
could acnommodata man and wife; would
hot object to child. References required.
Address O 982. Bee.
Ltfe-HI KA tiiL, iurmtihed room, privat
faintly. Win N. 2Uth. lhone Webster D'.A.
NICWLY furniHhea rooms lor gentlfman
cnly. rm Capitol Ave.
17U8 JACKSON, upstairs, modern steam
headed rooms. ,
ttkj 8. HsTit Vront and back parlor en
suite, all nioiluru, witli Mn rungv. i'hone
KurnUSc-il liouaektrt-piuu: Uuuuks.
THREB furnished light housekeeping
rooms: tas f urtiianed, for light und cook
(ng. uiH .S. Huth.
THB ilANL'KLTwo-room apartment,
123.00. 'J'hd Howard, :-room, private
bath. y&.uO. L'ist and Howardj
TWO nicely furnished housekeeping
rooms, zius- uavenpori,
Jiiil DO DO B Light huuwekeplng rooms.
a KOOMiS, furnished or unlurmahod for
liarht hoiisekeepln;?.' il08 N. art.
' THB more you Cat tho more you want
of D. J. O'Brien's candy. Delicious and
tasty. If Mrs. J. J. Impe, 48: Daven
port fit., will cume to 'i he Beo office
within three days wo wll give her an
order for a co-cent box of O'Brien's
ll14 Burdette. 3 or 4 light, clean unfur
niHhed southeast roomii. Charles L. Fish,
piano tuner. .
ilutla sail Apurtuicnts-
NICELY FURNLS1IED ROOMS for geo
I'.emen. THIS CHATHAM. U 8. lath sc
Hud Ham, Kieam-lisalsu. 13'JS Doug, tit,
Excellent inal, Zui N. Zuth, do. Omaha.
Howard liutvi, eleiiaBt mis. lM Howard.
HOTkiL j-'lomai', 17lh and Capitol Ave.
Burlington, Uice rooms. 1 block to depot.
CASS tiO'l Kiw, nice rooms, l.ua Cass bf
OXi'OMU and Arcade, special w'kiy rate.
Ayartuivata ana l'lats,
MODERN S-room heated apartment on
Vest fc'aruam (street, very cnolce.
JOHN W. KOUBIN3. lhtrj FARNAM ST
t-KOOM apartment in the Ulntan. Ap
ply 413 uinaiia ti i Bank Bldg., or phoae
-roora flat on berinan Ave. Web. fiso.
i and 4-r. mod. apartments. Mi H. IM.
FlVt) rooms, tiioacrn
cheap. 3ii0l H. tuth Ave.
THHKU and 4-room fists; walking dis
tance; all modern except heat; water In
cluded, for. only 113 and tli.M per month.
A snap for small family. Call at ZJC1
Dewey Ave. Hee Mrs. King.
' ltuosea uqd Cottagee.
framing. Monsun, 8U l uik .,e. 11. 6J0.
est ttl'nain ;ew niuuLiu siucco, 7-r..
I!1) N. 3Xtli Am. I'liime K'd 2.47.
IIOUSfcHOLD UooDis packed, for
warded; cheap frelaht lutes; moving and
storing. fcJxpiocsmen'a Delivery Co. Tel.
Douglas ain. City ottice, . lilb at.
Central, stsuin heut; AH mou.; 7-r., iu;
l all. bathroom, basement, in N. ZiA.
OMAHA HXR CO., moving Naii"amT
storage. Trunk bagguca uvi. u. im,
lltt N. 17th.
FOR Hfa.NT oui -loom cottage on Ssth
nc.: ueiweeu iwo( anu Uoucias tret".
bee Dexter I.. Tliomu. 412 Km mug. .
7-KOUM lio'.se. J4. 6-luom, jjx tlao
afotn psik; mouern. Pl'ons Harney iioj.
HCITABLB fcXR t O LO K E D T K XA N T T
!H N. toth; has 6 rooms arid is In
nood shape; modern except heat; jeni at
l5 Der month.
:9Ui N. 21st; has 5 rooms and a large
basemtat; part modern; rents at llj per
For further tnformatloa call
THK BYRON ULEU COMPANY,
Doug. 27; A-34. 211 . 17th St.
Houses ,n " "f the city.
Crelgh Bona & Co.. Bee H Id.
r:JlU XI A 11 i."
fpt furnace. Hall, iXi Uaui:. U.
74wi; A-44WL 2S.
FOR RENT-AII modern, newly paper
ed, b-room cottage. Webster 4232 or call
at ttst Aro Ave.
THINK Central, cbeapest i-room houss
wltta batli, bajMmeot. ui city. Apply i-1
J. 3d. ,
OKH;lti: rXU KENT
llnasra aad teltasira.
House. Ins Rlncwalt. Prandela Th. RMg.
loi N. 4lt. 7 room modern, nice home,
tvpt I .-sld. nce illstili t. .k.i. A. 1. l'ati lck.
(42 Pee Bide
I ltilu.M lioJ-f, modertk eacept heat, itil
N. Jith St., ..
7-roTii viti. modem eicept heat, Sll
Charles ft., 1
6 rooms. floor. 1118 N. 26th St.. mod
crn except heat, 114.
t-roem cottaac, modern except heat, 2934
N. SJ.I at,, l.
6-rooin I.cune modern except heat, 161S
Corby .St.. 1.
C-rvom, 1st floor, IKK ff. 5C!h St., partly
-room. 2d Hoot. UO: N. Mtb St.. toilet
T-room house, modern except heat, I90
Iinrrt St .- .
CHRia HoYFR. M and Cumtng Ste.
471 H.' ivih bT! rooms, completely
modern. .'5.W. Hall, 4.13 Itamge. D. iM
I'OUULAS s roome modern except
heat. I3W per month. Tel. Douglas lias.
17 roims7;io v", thTJi wVlll" Park
Ave. 25-4 N. J7th. 112. Webster W77.
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
neat; everything first class and strictly
modern. Located at 1511 Oeorgla Ave. bee
the owner at l'M Georgia Ave., or phone
Harney lot. .
MOD. 6-riMun rutlnae; fine rep r. H. 4I.
OMAHA Van and Morage Co. packs.
moves, stores household goods. Fireproof
storage. MM 8. lOtli. Branch 9ft B. IUIl
lei. Douglas 41K3. A-l.tii.
FOR ltliNT New 10-room minlern
brick house, Harney; ready Jan. 1,
Hot water heat.
Inquire T. J. o'ltrlon. llcnshaw hotel.
'Phones. P. 1 JlH. H-iim4.
2M DODUfcSlx-room eottuge. strictly
ntoilern, close to Farnahi, Harney and
i4th St. oar lines. Plume Douglas 3770.
brick flat, lwM Leaven-
. TWO modern snecials for 125. one block
to N. 24th line. 7-r. suuare. full 2-story
decorate to suit, one half block to Walnut
Hill line, big trees, south front, one block
to school, fc-room and hall. Best furnace
and complete plumbing. Free rent to
O KKKFE RKAL ESTATE CO..
WW Omaha Nat l. Doug, or A-IIM.
Kvenlnge H. 2842 or H. M34.
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT.
122.60 Strictly modern ,6-room house at
S4tk, center St.; ready to move Into;
. nice neighborhood; two blocks from
West Side car.
SCOTT & IIILt
Doug. m$, Ind. A-17,'2, !to7-M McCague Bldg.
Stores and Offices,
Wt5H fn SIlhtBt units nf fl rnnm. I.
City National Bank Bklg. Call I 4ia,
NKW store building with modern llvfng
rooms upstairs; will uo ready Jan. 1, 11)13.
rite or phone 1(H7 Orand Island, Neb.
Ui. a num. urano inland, Neb.
OKFEUfc.D FXU SALE
FINK upright" piano, very cheap. 208 N.
PIANO, slightly used, at a bargain,
Segerstrom liano Mfg. Co., 13th and
ltt.B'i bargains here in violins, bows.
cases. Hcskett, violin maker and re
pairer, SOI Boston Store Bldg., Omaha.
PIANOLA for sale; Worth 4W: will
sell for 1160. 1249 H. 14th 8t.
ELECTRIC piano and music box re
pairing. Acme Machine Co., 11124 Lev'w'th.
LIGHT TOUCH MONARCH VISIELTt
for rent. THE MONARCH TYPE
VRITKK CO.. 411 B. hlli. Phone D4oa.
""'1 Y PKW RlTERjj; ALL, MAKES For
rale or rent: largest stock, best burgains.
H. l- tjwanson Co.. . 131 4 Farnam bt
HKNT an Oliver typewriter lrom (he
Oliver Typewriter, Co Douglas tsltf.
MTmPItEMFlins. niodels'oT I or
No. 4, in excellent vondltlon, rented three
months for i
bMlill i-JrlK.MlER TVPTWHITEIl CO.,
liith and Douglas.
At a Big bacrifice
1 Deering Harvester.
, 1 Oas Engine, 20 11. 1'.
1. Mowing Machines.
1 Koss Knstlage Cutter,
i. Manure Spreailer.
1 I'ekin Lister.
1 McCormlck Binder.
Misci'llaneoim lot tools.
Make me un otter for the whole lot or
will sell separately.
Here's your chance.
C. Y. SMITH, 1813 Farnam Bt., Omaha.
HAl''i.o overstocked with second-hand
safes, all sizes and makes; bargains.
American Supply Co.. 1110 Farnam St.
FOR b ALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and
oowilng alleys and accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy payments The
Brunswlck-Ualke-Coliaiider Co., tU','-40 3.
FOR BALE iwo scnolars.nps In tna
Omaha Commercial college and one in
Boyle oollegc- Business ofuo. Omaha
Ptanut, gum, match and post card
machine. Acme Machine Co., 3124
Coal for stove or furnace. Try It.
Harmon Weeth. WebBter MS.
2d"Ta FEB, DlL7oQmlaFarriam" nt.'
KINUl.l.vu. 4 loaa. tl. OrossT W 77cl.
ELECTRIC pUnu and music roll re
pairing. Acme Machine Co., 11121 Leaven
worth. DUllllul cillM ailding muciiiiie at a bar-
Jain. I'urchacd new utiout one year ago.
ust returned to us from on? of our
branch houses recently closed. Addles
A 2&. Bee.
ON 10 1'4-k. diamond,
dress. C it.X, Bee.
pirtect, $240. Ad-
FOR SALE FIXTURES
Tuo wall cases, two counters, cases
S W. LINDSAY. Jeweler,
FOR HA1.E At a bargtln; machinery In
small planing mill at Benson. Ttleplione
B. Ii3-W, or address Oorga tnll.
TWO stamp books i.50 each.
63-DAY BIX)OD HKMKUL
Oladlsh Pliarmacy, 2th ai.'l Dodce.
MasHSKe. rtittenhouse. 'M tldBoston Bid.
YOUNG women coining to Omaha as
strangers ate invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at Beventeentti and bt. Mary's Ave.,
where they will be directed to sultabli
boardlnv places or otiiemisu asslstsu
Look- for lur travelers' aid at the L'nui.
dlics Lai.g, manicuring, vibratory mas-
U. 1. Mi
floor, leui Dodge.
Vk a; iciit and ler.air all kinds of sewioi
machines. Ird. A-lo-L lougias iscl.
NEBRASKA CYCLK CO.
lilli and Haruey tits.
HIMmu I A t. l.KIM iii build btacc
sUnirihen, TAv HKI.L DIU'tl CI).
l AKS ir'nlnxni. Mrs. Steele
MA. AU-Md'uun inov i im-ni ; nothing
better for rheumatism: ladies, i; genl.e
nn, II M. Apt. t, l'i Farnsm l liei.
M'XT 3 V ' I ( "treaTnTrnt." k7 B rot t . Tli
.lUtU.Milltj j, ,Mh !(, (hwr ,r
tfAXKb LKA F fc'ILIC CON KS Best
rrmeily for Itching, bleeding or protrud
ing plies; .'4V postpaid; sample free. Mirr
ti'Sii McConnell Drug Co. Dmaha.
Ill K SA L VAlioN illMY solicits cast
orf 'Hi'lng; In fact, nnvthimt y u do po'
need. We collect, repair and sell, at HI
N. 11th St., for cost of collection, to thJ
worthy poor. CaW 'phone Douglas 412J
and wagons will call,
l AKSsTflf' Ptl. salt glow aromatic
.luvooauu mellt. Mme. Allen
Chicago, inn S. 17th St ,'.t floor. D. 76i.
Mrs. Snjder, maseace, eiertrlcal treat
ment, t Dunsany, pith Pierce. D. 4m.
Dr. Burke, women s diseases. 41 Doug. Bk
ll'HK relieving pile remedy. M Ware
Plk. 3(i IJt.th St
KVERY honseullu ewiious Of a nice
dessert should try Dalsell's pure Ice
cream. If Mrs. P. K. llager. 4M2 N.
34th St., will come to The Beo office
within three days .we will give her an
order for a quart brick of this fine ice
rOl'LTRT AND PKT STOCK
screenings, l 36 per luo. VS agner. sol N. 1.
Thoroughbred fox terrier puppies. W. IWi-C
F)R SALE CheupT'tcn "hens "and "two
coclwrels; part of the hens laying now.
Call Websr :00J.
lit ll.DEItV IM OKMA'l IO.
Etertrlo gas fixtures. Omaha Pllver Co-
Ideal Cement Stone Co., 17lh and Cuming.
fc'uchs. Son ltiimi, pHlnttng, decorating.
ROOF iVuTAlN f riiuiiilTiigTa peTT plas"
ter board. Amer. Sup. Co., lis Nicholas
Masonry con., Jobber, llealy. Web. 1241.
t IT Y i' 11 0 P Eltf y fTiI CS Al7t:.
Field Club District
914 8. .isth St., S-room, entirely modern
new house, built by day labor for a home;
best of material and workmanship; liv
ing rooms finished In oak: beamed ceiling
In dining room: collonade opening in le
ception hall; parlor, reception hall Hiul
dining room nicely decorated: 4 bod
rooms; No. 1 furnace; cemented collar;
large attic; oast front: lot nicely sodded;
cement wnlks; In good neighborhood and
close to school. Just completed and now
ready for occupancy. Price 15,500; will
make terms. If you are looking for a
home, go and look at this.
810-312 Brsndels Theeter.
Balance In easy monthly payment, buys
a good 3-room brick cottage at lfttJ South
JtSlh Bt.; modern except furnace; new
sanitary plumbing; electric fixtures;
house newly 4apered. Price, 1,700.
The Byron Reed Co.
212 flnuth 17th ft.
Prairie Park Home
One of the nicest homes In this choice
addition Is offered (it the very low price
of 13,850, foi' immediate sale. Coma in
and see us about this.
Payne Investment Company.
Balance monthly buys one of the finest
5-r., all modern cottages In Omaha. Will
Consider vacant lot for first payment.
( all and see mo. This Is a snap.
W. S. Frank
1014 City National Bank. 1
Phone D. 3'iOO, ASM.
Gi if, yomscu a nice, new a.l mouern,
S-ronm house; 1 cun give you your cholca
of two of the best in the city at abso
lute cost. Telephone Harney be. Hurry H,
Putnam, Mw Hurt St.
A BIO HNAP.
For quick sale, .nearly new G-room cot
tage, located near iHtli and Parker Mis,
All modern except heut; cemented celiac;
largo lot; one block from car line; tnls
piece Is wort n l-.oOil. But non-resident
owner says BEL.L, so make an otter
el. IC. WAIT &'CO., 017 Uce Uldg.
LN VESTMEN T OPPORTUNITY.
Is UUUMB, ALL, VOOEKXs.
We have a lwo-uui tn.ent House, con
taining 14 rooms, tvtu bam rooms, seven
ueu looms, wiiu potior, uitnng room auu
i.nchen in each apartment, with iiew
,.uiuuiiig anu good iieaiin plant.
i ins property is too ire iur personal
ciier una it is a spitnuiu propos.uon tor
kouiu ona who win buy it und divide it
,,iio four three-room apartnieiiie, owing
to the arruiigeumnl ui ln House this
woi'M, can be uono at a wry small ex
pense and when completed tuu apart
ment will rent for eacn. 'Hie buyer
tan live in one apartment, rent tn lost
anu make a gooa luveouuent out ul your
The building Is vell built ar.d In good
eonoition; omy ih.rteen ininutes' rlas to
tne center oi the uiy; una biocg from tne
uoogs street car lino and 111 goou real,
'lilt; NUMBER 18 :tU
N. au'l'H ST.
It Is just north of Ohio on the Flor
ence Bivd. A goou six or seven-room
mouern house wm be taken la exchange
at to right price, 'litis propoamuu .
cei luiiily worth looking at.
NOKKla tl iklAKTIN,
400 Bee mug. Doug. 4210. A-4270.
BLY 'I'll 18 FOR XMA8.
6 rooms, strictly modern, oak finished
home; full two stories; exceptionally well
bunt; near Kountse place, t'nee, 13.ho;
a:a) cash, balance to monthly. Phone
owner, Harney u.l'J, lor more Information.
FARII 14 A is t II I, AM) KOft ALf.
I IIAVK a partlany developed fruit
farm In northwest Arkansas tor t-ale; best
climate on earth; terms. Address X I'Jil,
Excursion every Tuesday. See me for
j,y know. edge or laud on uncompleted
(iiand 'iriink tan make you quick profits.
Kiank crawroid au Homer nt., au
. oiiier. or Omaha "
THE LAND OF MiNSIIlNE.
We aie offering ID. 20 and 40-acre tracts
and upwards loculud In Columbia coumy
near Lake City, lorida, M miles went of
Jacksonville and only w) miles from fit.
Augustine. Tins progeny is intellects. 1
oy three railroads of national reputation,
Mlilch furnish the best ot services at
reasonable rates to all markets of the
The climate Is ideal. Fine arms are
now being worked In our tract with
exceptionally good results. Own one of
our fur ins. Investigate our ol7r. BiiimI.
cash payments and easy terms.
Ijjw rales daily. Tlcketu good until
ItOBT. C. DRUE3EDOW & CO.,
100 Omaha Natiunal Hank Bldg ,
TEN-ACRE farm accessible to Jackson
ville. Fla. Excellent for winter garden
truck. Thirty dollars per acre; fifty cents
cash; fifty cents per mnnth. Write for
particulars. Jacksonville Heights Irn
provetnent Company. Jacksonville, Fla.
FOR FA LK Chicken ranch, SVIj acres;
plenty of fruit and peaches; good build
ings: location central Illinois; for par
ticulars writs Laurens, ivwa, p.oute J.
imiim ihm ii i.o inn i.r;
(5,4(M) A o rest in One Hotly
Sixty mlle esst of Keckuk, la , located
In caMi county. III.,
if r PER ACHE
Will cut Sin.Ocfl rellros.l ties, brlde
many thousand feet of lumbrr. There Is
also a Mg anvMiiii of hlckorv and ash.
The timber will sell for much more than
the Innd and timber will cost. When
cleared the land will be choice for farm
ing. O. EDEN13URN'
121 West JThlrd Street. Davenport. 7a.
GREAT SOUT1I (JEORGIA
Traversed bv the
ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM A ATLAN
Ttnds adAidahle to the widest rsnge of
crops. All ths money crotis of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming coti-.tiy. Its soil,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. II. T.F.AHY. DEPT. K,
General Passenger Agent,
THR easiest way to find a btiver for
your farm Is to Insert a small want ad
In the Lk-s Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the state of Iowa, a.(Kl daily.
The Capital Is read by and believed In by
the standpatters of Iowa, who simply ic
fuse to permit any other paper In their
homes. Hates, 1 cent a word a day; !.;')
per line per month; count mi ordinary
words to the line. Address Des Moines
i apuay ub Aioinns, is.
800 acres nenr Hayes Center, Nel.; half
bottom land; M acres in it Km II a ; UK) acres
in corn; &) more to be pistited to alfaira
In the spring; running water; fine Im
provements; owner feeds cuttle every
Price 520.000: write for terms and a com
plete tlesrlttun. This is a biirgitln.
1014 City Nallotml l.unk Bldg..
NEBRASKA and Oregon land, IS up,
6?4 Brandela BIk . Oman, Neb.
HALL COl'NTY FARM.
HO-A'Kr, dairy num. all new buildings,
bringing owner i.ouo per year. Omy
eU.6t.iu. A snap. Write Dill At Huston,
tirand Island. Neb.
iw ACltl'vH; 10 miles from Red Cloud;
25 acres audita; iw acres ' cultivation;
good improvements. Price. .im. ;i20
acres; 7 miles to Bladen; 3V acres culti
vation; 30 acres allalia; 120 acres pas
ture; good improvements. Ils.i); good
terms. Write at once, carpeuier A don.
Red Cloud, Neb.
CLIMATE, HEALTH, SOIL. WATER,
crops and profits sure Fruit und alfalfa.
Government Irrigation. Considering cost
and profits, we oner the best on the mar
ket. Come ail right. Hartshorn A Co.,
Carlsbad, New Mexico.
FOR SALE Good farm tracts: EO0 acres
diked tldoland, acres tipiand all llior
ougliiy drained. Will furnish teed for 401)
head cattle. Land especially adapted to
uair)lng and ucuessib.e to good market.
Good water. House and bain just com
pleted coating ,vou. Bounded on two
sides by county road, one mile from
school and posi office. Lies suitable to
subdivide Into small tracts If so desired.
Prion, 100 pel ?.cre. Part cash; terms
on balance; no commissions. If Interested
correspond Immediately with' owner, Geo.
W. Warren, vice president Astoria na
tional bank, Astoria, Oregon.
1G0 ACRES, In Lyman county, South
Dakota, for sale. Address D Bee,-
A FINE quarter section Stanley Co.
land must be sold In lu days. Address
Owner, L. B. fctt. Fort Plerro. U. D.
SEND for description of beautiful 8M
acre farm at $100 an acre. No TRADING.
W. H. Graham, Cuero, Tex.
HEAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and wairunta. W.
Farnam Smith & Co ,132Farnamet.
OMAHA Property and Nebraska Laods.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 New Omaha Net'l Bank Building.
FAKM luANH near Omaha; no commia
slon; optional payments; cheap money.
Orln 8. Merrill. DlS City Nat l bank Bldg.
MONEY to loans on business or resi
dence properties, I1.0UO to loou.oud. W. It
THOMAS, frua First Nat l Bank Bldg.
(U00 to 110,000 made pioimjtfy. F. D.
Wead, Weud Bldg., Isth aiidFarnam.
LO VvnTATEMTB EM 1 S-C A H Lli EKG COH
I10-U12 Biandels Theater Bldg.
GARVIN EROS k"n". nd up,
VXXXVV J-iX DlVO(3.0ml(h4 Na,,, UuIl(
LARGE LOAN 8, tnunlulpal bonds, mort
gages bought and sold. bl'l'LL LROU.
WANTED City loans. Peter TrustCoT
VOll SALE Oil KXCIIANGE
FOR BALE or Exchange A well im
proved liW acre j, 1 miles from Trenton;
good buildings;, well and orchard. Ad
dress Y 27S. Bee.
FOR UALol or Exchange m acres Irri
gated land in Julesburg Irrigation district.
Cultivated and fenced. Address Y UJ, Ue.
FOR SALE tf0 acres with two seis of
new Improvements on table lands. Sedg
wick county. Colo., tor lumber business.
Address Y ZiO, Bee.
TRADE Laud tor lumber business. Ad
dress Y i. Bee. .
TO EXCHANGE The most up-to-date
modern store for Its else In northern
South Dakota. Stock Invoice I12,4u), can
be reduced. Positively no stickers. Want
Improved Isnd up to ixi.uoo, balance cash.
Good territory. No agents. Lund must
he soulh of Sioux City and not fur west.
Write Lock Box 2fi. Garden City, H. D.
Fl V K-A('Te HI ' ill." R B A N H OM E7' 1"
proved with 7-room house; choline loca
tion and many takable features; value
KmA; easy terms or will exchange for
Omahn or South Omaha income property.
An opportunity. I nveetlgate.
ORIN 8. MERRILL CO.,
Rooms I2U-14 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANTED Tt) HORROW
TO HO R ROW MJ, two years, 10 per
cent, secured In Improved farm worth
I7.5CO. Chas. F. Pierce, Gregory, A, D.
WANTED TO I1UV
td-hand goods, Rleser, 102o Center. D. Dfill
KIJHS Shames FurCo7( N.irtth,
x Omaha. We buy a.l kinds of i s v
furs; pay high prices. Give us a trial.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED An eastern firm wTtnts
about 4.1HU suuare feet floor spare In a
building having trackage; prefer to share
spa'-e With another occupant. Please give
full particulars, addressing B Wu, cure
No NEED of worrying about dessefl
when Dalzell Is In town. If Mrs. M. M.
Murphy, bl 10 WebMer St., will coiuo to
The Bee olflco within three days we
will give her an order for a quart brick
of this fine Ice t,eam.
An, euucateo wuiou, Aesirss work tn
On. aha or eleheio In Institution or fam
ily to assist In keeping and taking car)
of chlldien. Webster E177.
PRACTICAL nurse, fall H. fWtlo. A-IM74.
YOUNG lady witii one years experi
ence as stenugrapber wishes a position
In a firm; ks.ui occorUuig to ability,
o 163. Bee
LADY wants position as cook. 216 N
17th St. Mrs. Lay.
D ::. Bee.
Any k.uJ of Work. Address,
SITUATION Maiild-A manager of
gtnaral rtore, country town; exoerleuctd.
" 6U. Bee.
loUMI nun warns potulion as bar
teuder; experienced, g GUI, Bee.
watki rut ationh
IY hikh M liool grnduate, stenosi snhe ,
clerical or bookkeeping, unexperienced
1. Hi. Pre
WASHING ami' curtains done fl.iO)
V A N i l I I 'oxiunn as housekeeper hv
respectuble middle astvl lady. Prefer
home with chlld'-en. Also experienced a
nurse. Address Mis. Marie Turner, gen
eral delivery. INiunoll Bluffs, la.
B( Mlviv E Kl'l NG and denial work
evenings and Psturdsyt; use tiewntr.
A lilu-hs L U. Bee.
IIIHI.K youiiH ladles, piano piaer and
sinKcr ant po-ltion In picture slviw, ex
perienced. Douglas :&. K "To. Itee.
losilniiN i anieu ny cumpelcnt lady
slenotiiapt'eii icfci sluts as to abllit.
M USrLl I AVE or k
Voung man needs work for board and
room, rhon Douglas 43S4.
WIlli'E lady desires steady places of
day work; neat, conscientious; does not
disappointment engagements. Phone li.
HKG1NNER wants stenographic po
sltlon; will work for low wages. F VM,
Will i r. woman ueMies uay work; neat
and e.ean, Tel. I. ,4'
M!lI)i.E-AGi:i Gernuli. lady wants
position as genxinl housework, more for
home than wages. Phone lourtliis M:i7.
A .Mllli.K-AUICl) man; sober; of good
habits, handy with carpenter or msson
tools, must have work of some kind soon;
can fill bill as Janitor In or near town.
Wilte Yi !".
F I .O It 1 ST, Gardner and Hortlcult urlsl
wants private place. Addrrss II !l Bee.
MAN handy ,lth all tools desires osl
llon. Joseph Konkel. Phone I louglas rv27.
V A s j I iNt Pa Uki 'iid si iTirney "iliili
Mliil.K-Atikl man wants work of
anv kind. K so. Bee.
WHITE lady wants work by day, Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday; references.
NKAT iMlored girl desires position as
second girl. 1H22 Cuming. Doug. WV1.I.
S I T I' A T I ON" W A N TK I M ail and " w If C
no children, taking csre of rooming
house, flat or In fact will do any kind of
Mork that In respectable for both, or
man will consider bar tending, working
In pool linll. Have had experience In all
this work. Call or address me at lull
Cns St. Elmer Cox.
LIVE B'WCK MAIIKET OF WEST
Ship your stock to South Omaha; save
mileage anu sliiinkage, your consign
ments receive prompt aid careful atten
tion. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, nyers Bros. A Co. Nttong and responsible-
WOIVD HI(llH., il.t4-HS Exchange Hldg
Great West. Com. Co.. Omaha t"Tenver.
"wTh. SM I rlf SON Just handle Nhee.pT
VV. F. DENNY
TAGG BROS, handle came, hugs, sheep,
Clay. Robinson At Co.. Excli. Bldg.
lnterstaie t'li. Better results. Shlji tojS.
CLiFf6NCum.Co. H2d hixchange Bldg.
Bl R K H"rIc K L Y cT)". )lExc"h. Bldg.
l K. ROBKRTS wyCO.. H2! Exch, Bldg?
Cox Jones Com. Co.. bunoh of hus'lers.
Fsrmere 1. S. Com. Co.. Uns Kxchftng'
Leposlt proceeds of shipments In Stock
Yards Nat'l bank. Only bank ot yards.
Martin Bros. & Co., 2KI-4 Exch. Bldg.
OMAHA, THE a RAIN MARKET.
Nehrasks-Iowa Grain Co.. 764 Krandels.
WKKKS GRAIN CO, srsln meruhatiU,
consignments solicited- '" llrandsts.
ANY connolsseui- Of confectionery will
readily tell you that there are no candles
which can outshine' O Brlen's lit purity
or daintiness. If Mrs. M. Connolly, 2722
Fort Omaha Ave., will come to The Bee
office within three days we will give her
an order for a 00-cent box of O'Brien's
The key vo success In business is the
Judicious and persistent use of newspaper
GOVERNMENT HALE INDIAN LANDS
Absolute Title Giventhe unslloted
lands of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Na
tions ot the Five Civilised Tribes In Ok
lahoma, and not Including the coal and
timber segregations, will be sold at pub-
Ho auction to the highest bidder at the
following terms, times and places at not
less than the minimum price stated In
the advertisement: Grady county. Chick
nslia, TjHS tracts, 37, W0 acres, November
2, .1, 4; Stephens county, Duncan, 710
tracts, 09,300 acres, November; , 7 8;
Jefferson county, Ryan, 702 tracts, 4ll,400
seres. November , 10, 11; I,ove county,
Marietta, $04 tracts, 71,500 acres, Novom
ber 12. 14. lit, 16: Carter county. Ardmore,
1.171 tifl-ets, HI.M0 acres, November 17. Id,
20, 21. 22. 2.1; Murray cuunty, Sulphur, tt
tracts, 2l,uu0 acres, November 14, 26; Gar
vin county, Pauls Valley, (21 tracts, HV..MW
acres, November 27, 2S, 20; McClaln
county, Purcell, 2X6 Iraots, 14,000 acres,
December 1, 2; Pontotoo cuunty, Ada, bW)
tracts, 4.'., 300 acres, December 4, 6, t;
Johnson county, Tishomingo, tj84 tracts,
30,200 acres. December 7, s, ft; Marshall
county, Madlll, 279 tracts, !8,B0d acres,
December 11; Bryan county, Durunt, 501
tracts, 20,100 acres. December 12, II; Atoka
ooanty, Atoka, 1,:3 tracts, 1J4.0AI acres,
December 14,. 10. 1U, 18, ID; Coal county,
Coalgata, tXW tracts, 54,000 scree, Decem
ber it), 21, 22; Hughes county, Calvin 4117
tracts, 50,700 acres, December 1(1, Tl; Pitts
burg county, McAlester, l.M) tracts, 147,.
100 acres, December 21, 30. Jul J : Janu
ary 1, 2; Haskell county,. S'.lgler, 411
tracts, 0,300 acres, January i, 4; Latimer
county, Wllburton, l'Jl tracts, 15.000 acres,
January i; Lefluru county, Poteau, 275
tracts, 21,MoO acres, Jauuary t; Pushma
taha county, Antlers, 041 tracts, 62,0X1
acres, January 8, It, 10; Choctaw county,
Hugo, ltd tracts, Si. uM acruj January 11,
12, 12; McCurtaln county, ldabell, 771
tracts, (4,000 acres. Januury la, 10, 17, II,
DI2. Not mora thau l'0 acres uf agri
cultural and 040 acres of other lands will
be sold to one person In any one nation,
minimum valuation uf 18.00 or more per
aero. Tuime are 2J per cent at the time
uf sale, 2i per cent In twelve months,
and uo per cent In two years, with 6 per
cent Interest. Payments must be made
in the form of draft or certified check,
naable to J. G. Wright, commissioner.
Upon full payment being mado at any
time deed will Issue. Immediately after
approval ot sale certificate of purchase
will Issue and possession be given, but
cutting of timber or drilling or mining
for minerals thereon will not be per
price. Right Is reserved to reject any or
all bids. For Information apply to the
Cnmmlsidoner to the Five ClvliUcd Tribes.
Muskogee, Oklahuma, or any ot the Dis
trict Agents as to lands within their re
spective districts. Lists uf these land
have been prepared by counties, showing
the terms of sale, the description of the
various tracts and minimum price. It
will bo Impracticable to furnish each In
ijillrcr all of these lists and It is sug
gested that persons desiring such Infor
mation specify the locality In which thy
srn Interested. Blue prints of the various
cuuntlea, showing the locailuii of the land
to be sold, will bo furnished upon appli
cation to the undersigueu upon the pay
ment of 5050 lor each county In the
form of draft or postal money order.
J. Q. WRIGHT. Commissioner to the
Five Clvillred Tribes, Musaogee, Okla
huma, August 1, 101L
OFFICE CONSTRICTING QUARTER
master, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Dec.
lH.llill. Sealed proposals In triplicate, will
he tei elved here until 12 ni , January 17,
I:il2, and then opened, for the construction
of a Hangar for Signal Corps. Full In
formation and blank forms of proposal
furnished upon application. The United
Stales reserves the rlulit to accent or re
ject any or all proposals. Envelopes to
oe marked "Proposal for Hangar for
Signal Corps' and uddresscd to Major
f J. G. Bailey, Construct tig 'Quartermaster,
Foit lA-avenworlh, Kansas.
Dl-I -20-21 J11-1J
PROPOSALS FOR ELEVATOR. OFFICE
of tho Constructing cjuartei niaatsr, Fort
D. A. Russell, Wyoming, December tit h.
1H11--Sealed proposals for furnishing and
Installing an electric elevator will be re
ceived here until 2 :) p. in., December i2d,
lull, and then opened, information fur
nished on application. Envelopes con
taining proiiobalM should he Indorsed
"Proposals for Elevutor." and addressed
Captain F. S. Armstrong. Constructing
Stockholders Meeting of The Inlon
I. and Companv.
Notice Is hereby plven that H annual
meeting of the stockholders of The I nlon
I. and Company for the election of live
directois and the transaction ot audi
cllier business 11s tnav legallv come be
fore the meeting, will be held at the
office of the General Solicitor I'nlon
Pacific llrad-iuaiteis Building. i.",th and
Dodse streets, omaha, Nebraska, on
Mondav the sth day of January. UM2.
St in o'clock A. M.
Die stock transfer books will be closed
10 days previous to the meeting.
New urk City, N. Y Dec. litii.
S TO K II ol .D K US MUKI lNd.
Office of I KK i.l.ASS-ANDIIEKSEN
HARDWARE COMPANY. Omaha. Ne
braska, December I), UH1. Notice is hereby
given tn the stockholders ot Lee-Glass-Andreesen
Hardware company that the
annual meeting of the stockholders ot ths
company will be held at the offices of
said company, corner of Ninth and Har
ney streets. In the city or Omaha. In the
state of Nebraska, on Tuesday, January
, A. !., 1112, at 2 o'clock p. ni., for the
purpose of electing a board of directors
tor the company to serve during the ensu
ing your, ami to transact such other
business as mav he presented at such
meeting. Attest: W. M. Glass, Secre
tary; II. J. Lee. President.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Pee Building company will be held
at the ofrice of said company, Omahu,
Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. m. Tuesday,
January 1A, 1912, for the election of the
board of directors for the ensuing year,
and for the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before
By order of the president
N. T. FEIL, Secretary.
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
l .MO.N BTA HON tenth and Mason
Pan Fran. Overl'd I,., a 41 am a 7 fl pm
China Japan F. M..a4 05pm a 5 43 pm
Atlantic Express I I
Oregon Express all S3 pm a 5 lit pin
Los Angeles Limited. .al2 45 pm a 1:30 pin
Denver Special a 7:04 am a T 17 am
Centennial State Rps'l all So pin 812:2,1 sin
Colorado Express a t 30 j.111 a 4 00 pm
Oregon-Wash. Ltd. ..all 5o pm al::'0pm
North Platte Local. ...a ft 15 em a 4 4 pin
Grand Island Local. ..a I 90 pm al0:30am
Etromsburg Local. . ,b!2:41 pm bi :20 pm
Chicago t NortTester
Minn. -Ft. Taiil Ex. ...a J:oo am
Mlnn.-St. Paul L t d. .a 7.00 pin a I On am
Twin City Express ..a 7:46 am alO:20 pm
Sioux City 1ocor a 1:45 pm a 3:2 pm
Minn, ft Dakota Ex. .a T w pm a 15 am
Twin City Limited ...aSttlun a 7:20 am
Minnesota Express ell .00 am
Carroll Local a t:W am a :10 pm
Daylight Chicago a 7:40 am slum pm
Chicago Loral alos pm a :U pm
Colorado-Chicago .....a 6:10 pm a 3:M pm
Chicago spe.-ial a ( pm a i i) am
Pac. Const-Chicago. ...a S 35 pm a 3:2 pm
Lna Angeles Limited, .a 8.60 pro ali:30 pm
Overland Limited a 7:50 pm a 0:15 an,
Carroll Local a l.ao pm al0:00 an.
Fast Mall a S:90 pm a J.JO pm
Cedar Rapids, Sioux tt
Omaha l:K pn
Cetiteiinlal State Llm. 12:40 am 11:15 Pm
Long Pine a l;(J am all:0o am
Norfolk-Dallas ft 1:00 am aiO i.i pm
Iing Plne-Llnooln....a t:li pm a 5:20 p:o
llasllngs Superior .,.. 2:15 pm a 5 to pm
Dradwood-llot Sp'gs..a 3:00 pm a 6:r0 pm
Casper-Lander a S.55 pm all 00 pm
Fiemont-Albton b 5:30 pm b 1.50 pn
Chicago, Houk Islan Jb I'aolllo
Rocky Mountain Ltd. .al2:28 am a 10 :33 pm
Chicago laical' Poss...bl0 30 am blO 10 pm
Chicago Day Express. 0 0 am a 4:20 pin
Chloago Express a 4:10 pm a 1:10 pm
Des Moines Local Pas. a 4 W pm all: 12 pm
Chicago-Neb. Limited n 8 C8 pm al.OOum
Chi.-Neb. Lmtd to Lin-'
coin S:0t am a l:i8 pm
Chi. -Colo. Express. ...a 1:26 put a 4:0 pm
Chl.-Colo. Express ....a i.16 pro a 4:00 pm
Okl. A Tex. Express.. a 5:00 pm all:46 am
Rocky Mountain Lld.allM? pm al2:!M am
ChleaKo (treat W eater
Chicago Limited a 1:35 pm
Twin City Limited a 1:15 pm a 7:48 am
1'Im r-itv Kxnraas a S:45 am a 1:50 Dm
Chlcugo Express 1:45 pm
Local Passenger ft 5:11 pm
Chicago Express a 7:00 am a 3:43 pre
Chicago Limited a :00 cm 1:00 am
( hlcago, Miiwaak at. Pa
Overlai d Limited ft f 50 pm H:;i am
Perry Local a s.W am 11:00 pm
Colorado Express ,. ..a S.00 pm 3:25 pm
Colorado Special a 1:42 am Mi am
Perry Local b 6:15 pm 12:06 pm
V a basts
Omaha St. Louis Ex. -ft : pm a :U ara
Mall and Express a 1:02 am all:U pm
Ktanb y L. (IromC.B.)b 5:00 pm blO;l am
K. C. & St. L. Ex... .a F 20 am ft 7:40 am
K. C. St. L. Ex....all;15 pm a 6:00 pm
Darllagton Btatlon Tentli Msms
ft 8:41, pm
a 1:43 pm
a :10 pm
ft 3:45 pm
ft 7:uu am
a C:10 pm
a 0:10 pm
b 1:00 am
a :) am
a 2:40 pm
ft 7.00 pm
a 1:03 pm
a t:00 am
n 10:00 am
a 0:45 am
a C:10 pm
Denver & California, .a 4:10 pm
Pugst Sound Express.. 4. 10 pm
Nebrsska points a 3:20 am
Black Hills a 4:10 pm
Lincoln Mall b 1:20 pm
Northwest Express.... all .15 pm
Nebraska points a S:20 am
Nebraska Express a H:15 am.
Hrhuyler-Plattatnouth b 11:00, pm
Plattsmoath-lowft a B:1H am
Usllevut-Plattsniouth al2:.'W pm
Chlcugo Special ft 7.15 am
Denver Speclul till;, put
Chicago Express ft 4 20 pm
Ohio. Fast Express.... 0:21 pm
Iowa Local a t:15 am
Creston (la.) Local. ...b S.M pm
St. Louis Express a 4:35 pm
K. C. 4. St. Joseph. ...ol0:i pm
K. C. Jfc St. i aepli....a 8:1s am
K. C. A tt. Joseph. ...ft 4.20 pin
Webster Station 1.1th and Webster.
rhlcaaro, tit. I'aal
,b 1:50 pm
b 11:50 am
Cl 111 aha
..,.! 1 :2b pm
...,e S 2G am
,...b 6 41 am
b 6:55 om
e 6:25 pm
b 25 pm
b iVio ani
Fdoux City Express
Sioux Clly Pass...
Twin City Pass....
(b) dally except
only. U) daliy.
TO THE ORIENT
Br tue most palatial
cruising steasxr sdost
IS. "VICTORIA LUIS?'
ttllliif from New Terk
JANUARY So, 1112
T Tar Ornlse to
I'ORTI'O L. BPI, Hi
klO.il I I Kltrt ANF-AM srid
the OitlKiVr. CW
sud ui'Ksrd. Til ' ViriuUIA
I.t'lHSI" Is equlit! with erery
tnislern festors. prortdiDg Sfvry
Imurff auU ctsnturt ua ka.g
JU rruisst fs Wssl sdiM, Soufs astsHsa,
Arouui l N'orM, ilsis n 2l, I0.
8Bd for Illustrates Booklet
l. W. Randolph St., Chicago, or local agt
The key to success in business Is the
judicious and pits stent uso of newspaper
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
City Officials Fear Cost of Office
Supplies Will Bo Too Large.
COMPETITION VERY RESTRICTED
Relief Exists hM Mnnlelpallt r Will
lie aeg n tJeod Deal f Cash If
Pttbllclty e tJlven Coming;
Clly Clerk Frank Good and the officials
generally are not satisfied with the re
turn of bldi on supplies for the tomln
year. In fact, the city officials claim
that unless more bids are received thero
will be little or no competition at the
awarding of the contract for supplies and
the city will be mulcted out of an addi
tional sum of money that might bo saved.
The bids called for embrace offors on
supplies for the; mayor's office, tax com
missioner's office, treasurer's office, city
clerk's office, rlty attorney's office and
the deportments bf fir and police, health,
street commissioner, engineering and city
physician. The purchase of theno sup
plies Is by law advertised In the official
paper of tho city, but mnny fay that
there does not seem to ho aufflrlont pub
licity given not withstanding;.
As a runseiueuce In years past tho clly
has been compelled to award the con
tracts for supplies to bidders who bank:
upon the fact that there will be UUlo or
Deputy Clly Clerk John Fennell raid
yesterday that much money might be
saved to the city If more publicity wera
given to the announcements of the sup
plies to be contracted for In tho first
week of January. The bids will bo re
ceived up to the hour of S o'clock on
Fight an t. Nicholas' Day.
There Is a trsdltlon that the good St.
Nicholas In his dsy encouraged mirth
fulness of spirit, but It Is hardly to ho
presumed that he was flattered yester
day morning at 6.30 o'clock when Nlrlt
and Sam Badovf. Joe and Steve Bandy,
and John Semsendy, five of his devotee
held rather vociferous memorial services
In his honor In the shadow of a saloon
at Twenty-sixth and P streets. '
The five men. who ara said - to h.
Roumanians, had Inaugurated the cele
bration of St. Nicholas' day by Imbibing
In notations more spirited than spiritual,
ami as a rosult began ft frce-for-att
fight from Twenty-sixth and P streets
to Twenty-sixth and O streets.
The police, led by the redoubtable Cap
tain Hank Elsfolder. arrived on th
sortie Just when the celebration was at
Its height. Detectives Andrew McOulre
and John Zaloudek kept guard over four
of the men while Captain Hank Elsfelder
gave otiose to Bam Badovf, who had
made a dash for liberty. Captain Els
felder In order to frighten the fleeing
prisoner fired his revolver Into tho
ground and 8am, In a hurried attempt to
reach safety, attempted to thrust him
self bodily through the brick wall of the
Old Pioneer house at Twenty-sixth and
Dr. E. 3. Bhanahan, after considerable
work, brought Sum back to conscious
ness and dressed his wounded head. Ths
five were removed to the bastile and
later Judge Callahan exgeted 110 and
coats from each of them,
Willie Uses n Raaor.
Greon eyes Jealousy raged yesterday
afternoon In darktown society when
Willie Bellmgfler Inflicted divers rasor
cuts upon Sndle Wilkinson at hef resi
dence, 627 N.ortli Twenty-seventh street.
Wllllo It seems had objected to the
company kept by Sadie and when dUrlnit
an afternoon call yesterday evening
Bndlo Insisted upon her legal right to
follow her own sweet will. William Is
alleged to have drawn his trusty rasor
and registered his protest upon the eye
and left side of Sadie. .
Dr. A. II. Koenlg. who dressed the
woman's wounds, expressed the opinion
thst her Injuries were not serious.
wllllo Retlmgflur, after ft lone run.
was finally captured beyond the county
tine oy oeieouve John Zaloudek.
Hacks fop Private (alls.
Glva us your private calls for funerals.
Price reduced, $4, Ilroderlck & Maslow-
sky. Ml Q Bt. Bell gouth 16.11. Ind. F
3017. Oosvllna- Rrorrs.
Sd Tot t.
2lu 1 MS
100 441 0
MO . 612
7M ' I.tO
10.1 44 2
Ml . .MJ
Totals K4J ' 771
Miller 122 125
Shepard 121 1st
Couiey 211 1st)
Drtbramer 170 125
Uucii 1U li-l
Magto Clly Gossip.
W. K. Ball of David City, Neb., U In
tho city on business,
M. Yoi-t. Jeweler, new location, 117 IC.
Mis. John Burns 520 North Seven
teenth street. Is reported critically 111 at
Mrs. Frank Wallweber entertained the
Royal Neighbors of America yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Peck have returned
to South Omaha from their ranch at
Fx pert watch repairing at Tost's, 417 N.
201 h street.
There will be an examination for the
position of teacher In the public schools
held during the holidays.
Word Is dally expected In South Omaha
ss to the disposition made by the supreme
court In the ouster case.
The entertainment committee of the
local aerie ot Eagles gave a dance last
evening at the Eagles home.
The members of the I'nlon Stock Tsrds
Relief association will give their thli
tennth annual ball at Rustling's hall on
Wednesday evening, January 17.
There will be a meeting of the school
board Thursday night st the high school
building. At this meeting the salaries
of the cclio.il decai Lineut wlU be a,
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