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TI1F, HEK: OMAHA. nillVVV. IWCKMRKK 22, 1011.
omnr.n for hkxt
Hoard aad Kmiiii,
NICE place for nice people. THn MAD
IKON, :it and Chicago sis. 11. ft ana up.
I'nrter new management.
St. Jemeo, mod. II .25 day; week ti up.
NICK room. suitable (or two pei piv
with hoard, at S"2 North ?th.
MR HUSBAND, if you arc looking tor
something to take home for an extra, fin
dessert, step Into Palzell's. If V. J.
Blackmar. 612" Cuming St., will rum ti
'J he See office-within three days we will
give him an order for a quart brick of
this fine loe cream.
Dewey European Hotel. 11th ft Farnam
FOK RUNT Two turninhed pallor
loom with heat and gas. i13 S.. 2id St.
ALCOVJC room, hot water heat; Han
acorn park district; strictly private;
could accommodate man and wife; wouid
not object to child. Reference required.
Address U US.', Bee,
DESlHAHl.r. lorotslieu roo.n, private1
family. Wli) N. Suth. Pnon Webster t.'ij.
17u JACKSON, upstairs, modern strain
Famished Huuarkri'iniiH iiuuaus.
THREK furnlehed light housekeeping
loom; gas lurnianed far light and cook
IriK nQ4 H. tuth.
TUB MAN l'EI Two-room apartment,
$23 00. The Howard, 1-niom. j rivuts
hath. $35.00. 21 lit and How-aid.
ifiul DODGE Light housekepTni; rouniu.
HAVH you deemed what to Ret your
laoy friend for l 'nri'imsa .' Thru- m noui
ing that would plenso her fcodi'i' than a
dainty box of O Hrien's csnu;.. If Mr.
F. d. Sheets, 37LM fowler Ave., will come
to The Bee office within tnree uays wo
will jive her an order tor a t-J-cent box
of O mien's candy.
1914 Burdette, S or 4 light, clean unfur
nished eoutheast rooms, Charlea L. Fish,
Hotel and Apartmenta-
NICELT FURNISHED ROOMS for (tn
tie men. THE CHATHAM. UP 8. lath su
hud Hotel, sceam-neaieu. 13or Doug, tit.
Excellent meals, aid N. -Ath, Bo. Omaha.
Howard Hotel, elegant rms. low Howard.
I16TEL Flomar, lTlh and Capitol Ave.
Burlington, nice r.oina. 1 biock to depot.
CAsd hulKU nice rouiiis, Lu caa bu
OXKOH1) and Arena, special w kly rat.
Apartnteata and Flats.
MODERN 6-room heated apartment on
West rarnam street, very cnoice.
JOHN W. ROBRINg, 1WJ FARNAM 8T
6-ROOM apartment In the Lin tan. Ap
ply 41 Omana Nat 1 Rank tilde., or phon
-room flat on Herman Ave. Web. 6it.
3 ana 4-r. moa. apartments, lo 8. md.
8-ROOM APARTMENTS In the Cali
fornia.' Hen Janitor. Douglas 52:17.
M A K WOOD .
New steam-heated apartment house at
25th and Harney. Apartments, including
reception room, living room, kitchen, batn
and large closet, only $j0, and M M per
month ror heat during winter monins.
Thla building Is already nearly filled.
Act quickly If you want one of these
123S City Nat l Bank Bldg. Doug. 1472.
Hoaaea and Cottage.
WALT, PAPER PlntlnK.PPer hand
. 4. ill J-.J.S faxing, picture
framing. Monacn. H3 -arn awe, h. aM.
ft-ROOM cottage, atrlctly modern, easy
walking distance. J. B. bcdgwlck. Phone
Wet Farnam New modern stucco, 7-r.,
II N. 8th Ave. Phone Red 2947.
HOUSEHOLD UOODH packed, for
warded; cheap freight rates; moving and
storing. Expressmen Delivery Co. Tl.
louglaa 3i4. City office. 41$ 6. 17th Si.
Central, steam heat; ail mod.; 7-r., ii. ;
hall, bathroom, basement. 220 N. 23d.
OMAHA EXh CO., moving vans and
storage. Trunks, baggage del. D. &&4,
41G N. 17th.
FOR RENT Four-room cottage on 2th
Ave, between Dodge and Douglas atreeti.
Kee Dexter L. Thomas. 412 Bee Kldg.
FOR RENT All modern, newly paper
ed, b-room cottage. Webster 4-42 or call
at U6H Ames Ave.
7-ROOM. modern, walking distance.
7-KOUM house, M; S-room, J32. Han
ecom park; modern. Phone Harney loH.5.
SUITABLE FOR COIORED TENANTS
10H N. tilth; lias it roonia and la in
good shape; modern except heat; rents at
2S per jnonth.
iSOtl N. 21st; haa 5 rooms and a large
basement; part modern; rents at $15 per
For further Information call
THE BYRON HEED COMPANY,
Ddug. 2S7; A-SX34. 212 . 17th St.
UmiKns ln uU parts of the city.
"uuola ' Crelgh Bona & Co.. Be Bldg.
t'M MAPLE ST., & rooms, modern ex
cept furnace. 2v. Hall, 43a Kamge. D.
:40i; A-440'. I2i.
THINK Ceuual. cheapest 7-room houss
wlthJath, basement, lu city. Apply 220
Houses. Ins. Rlngwalt, Brandels Th. Bldg.
103 N. 41st, 7 room modern, nice home.
Best residence district. $M. A. L. I'atrlck,
442 Bee Bldg.
8-ROOM house, modert. except beat, 1U
N. 24th St.. 120.
7-ioom house, modern except heat. 231S
Charles Su, S19
rooms. 2d floor, 1106 N. 20th St.. mod
ern except heat, 114.
5- room cottage, modern except beat, 2934
N. 23d St., 120.
6- room hcune, modern except heat, 161S
Corby tit., 1 19.
6- room, 1st floor, 1903 N. 58th St., partly
l-room, M floor, 1303 ti. 26th St. toilet
7- room house, modern except heat, 2909
Izard tit., U0.
CHRIS BOYER. I2d and Cuming SU.
173 ti. tblli bi., s rooms, complete:
modern, t.uO. Hall, 4i3 itamge. D. 740
2127 DOUGLAS rooms, modern except
heat, UP per month. Tel. Douglas lbs.
207 rooms, i2"is. aiiHTW-uiiri Ii 7 Park
Ave. fc24 N. 27th. $12. Webster 177.
Four bedrooms, bath and toilet on sec
ond floor; large family room, dining
room, buttery-kitchtn. lefrigerator room,
hall and vettlbule on first floor; full
cement basement, with toilet; furnace
heat; ever thing first class and strictly
modern. Located at lull Georgia Ave. b
the owner at 114 Georgia Ave., or pheu
Harney 1609. ,
MOD, s-roum voitne; tine rtp'r. H. JM1.
OMAHA Van and biorage Co" packsT
moves, stores household guuus. Kirepioof
storage. IW4 8. luih. branch 309 ti. litlL
Tel. Douglas 41t. A-1135
FOR KiLnT Isew lo-room modern
brick nouiut, 2t33 Harney; ready Jan. 1.
Hot water heat.
Inquire T. J. O'Brien. Ilenshaw hotel.
'Phon. p. 121ii. H-10-4.
TWO MODERN Vl-'IALS FOR $f5.
On biock to N. 24th line, 7-room square
full I-story. decorate to suit.
One-half block to t.'ulmit Hill line, big
trees, south front; one Mock to school;
I-room and hall; best furnace and com
plete plumbing. Free rent to January 1.
O'KKEFK REAL ESTATE CO ,
lul Omaha Nafl. Immik. or A.21U.
Evenings: H 2M2 or H. 6144
2iM IKDIHIE Six-room cottage, strictly
modern, close to r amain, Harney and
24th ft. car line. Phone Douglas 3T70.
F1 VE-RUOM brlcai"lat, I'M Lv7v7iT
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT.
$22.50 Strictly modern 0-room house at
3Ji Center St ; ready to move into;
nice neighborhood; two blocks from
West Side car.
DwUk. Cili, Ind. A-17U. SV7-lt McCiios Bldg,
OKFF.HF.ll KOIt UKXT
felore aad Ulllt-es.
FOR OI-VlCK OR STORE.
The main floor spare in the Young
Men's I'hilstlan an'latiin building now
occupied hy the Electric Light Co., ifo
42;, with ault extra. Possession Feb.
J H DrMONT PON,
1W5 Faniai ft , tinialia.
Phone. DoiikIsi SH0.
WISH to sublet suite ,-f fne room" lu
rin-NatlonaUianllldg. Call I 42S
NEW store building with modern living
rooms uittrv wf!) be rendy Jan. 1, mil.
Writ or phnne Itr.'7 t)r.rid Inland, Neb.
J. F Aliam. tiranrl Js'arul, Neh.
OFFKKKII FOH SA LK
FINU upright pluno, viry cheap. SOS N.
K.th . . ,
FlNHl banehtirner, ui one scaKon,
flrt-olas condition. Webster M(C.'
PIANO. - slightly ud. at a baigaln.
grrstrom liana Mfg. Co. Uth and
Farnam fts. '
KKS i' bat Kama here In violins, bous,
caren. llekctl. viulln maker and re
ps!rT. ft: Boston Store Bldg.. Omaha.
ELECTRIC piano and music box re
pairing. Acme Machine Co., 3124 I.ev'w'th.
T pevrrl U rs.
LIGHT TOUCH MONARCH- VISIBLE
fur rent. THE MONARCH TYPE
V HIT Kit CO , 41 1 S l.-ih. Phor D 401).
"TYPE WRITERS, ALL MAKiw-Fcf
(ale or rent; largest stock, best bargains.
U. V. Swanson Co., 1314 Farnam St.,
RENT an Oliver typewriter lrum the
Oiiver Typewriter Co. Douglaa IHlH.
HkMmTTREMIERS. modtlVNoT 3 or
No. 4, in exoillcnt condition, rented three
months for $'
SMITH PREMIER TYPTWRITER CO..
tilth and Douglas.
At a Big Sacrifice
1 Deerlng Harvester.
1 Oas Engine, 20 H. P.
t Mowing Machines.
1 Ross Ensilage Cutter.
1 Manure .Spreader.
1 Pekln Llnter.
1 McCormlck Binder.
Miscellaneous lot tools.
Make me an offer for the whole lot or
will sell separately.
Here's your chance.
C. Y. SMITH, 1812 Farnam Ot., Omaha,
fAFES overstocked with second-hand
safes, all sises and makes; bargains.
American fiupply Co., 1110 Farnam St.
FOR SALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accessories: bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy payments The
Brunswtck-Balke-Collander Co.. 407-409 a
FOR SALE Two scholarships in the
Omaha Commercial college and one ln
Boyles college. Business office, Omaha
Peanut, gum, match and' post card
machines. Acme Machine Co.. 2024
Coal for stove or furnace. Try It.
Harmon Weeth. Webster 48.
2D HAFES, DER1UHT, yon Farnam Wt.
KINDLING. $4 loud. H. Uros. W. loslT
ELECTRIC piano and music roll re
pairing. Acme Machine Co., 3124 Leaven
worth. BURROUGHS adding machine at a bar
gain. Purchased new about one year ago.
Just returned to u from one of our
branch houses recently closed. Audi ess
A 926. Bee.
ONE lV,-k. diamond, perfect, 1240. Ad
dress. C Hi. Bern.
FOR SALE At a bargain; machinery In
small Vlaning mill at Benson. Telephone
B. 3K3-W, or address (ieorge snell,
TWO stamo books to.LO each. 'Phone
ANY connoisseur of confectionery will
readily tell you that there are no candles
which can outshine O'Brien's In purity
or daintiness. If -urs. J. Shoemaker, 4201
Grand Ave., will come to The Bee office
within three days we will give her an
order for a 60-cent box of O'Brien's candy.
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
' Gladlsh Pharmacy. 13th and Dodge.
Massage, Rlttenboiise, 308 Old Boston Bid.
YOUNG women coming to Omaha a
strangers lira Invited to visit the Youn
Women's Christian association building
at Seventeenth and St. Mary's Ave.,
where they will be directed to suitable
bosrdlng places or otherwise assisted.
Look for our travelers' aid at the Unuc
Miss Lang, manicuring, vibratory iiihi
sage treatments. R. 1, 2d floor, 103 Dodge.
WANTEI Information concerning the
whereabouts of William Kang. born In
Daxhelmi .Hes.sen Darmstadt, Germany,
came to America about 1(W, and went to
Omaha. last heard from, 20 years ago.
Kindly address any Information to Mrs.
E. 7.ang. 493 Gates Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
WE rent and repair all kinds ot sewing
machines. Ind. A-10H3. Douglas 1663.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
Uth end Harney Sis.
HINDOO TAULETS wll! build, braoc.
strengthen. Kc. BELL DRUG CO.
M A SS A O V. Treatment. Mrs. Steele.
----f - i;aj Dodge.
MASSAGE fcweillsh movement ; noihing
better for rheumatism: ladles. $1; gentle
men, 11,60. A pt. 2. 1801 Farnam. D. 740.
MAflN KT T( J rcatment. ETBrot l71T
1UAU1X " 1 lKj 8. ltfth. 2d floor. D. 62.S9.
HAZEL LEAF PILE CONES Best
remedy for itching, bleeding or protrud
ing piles; fiOo postpaid: sample free. Slier
man A McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
THE IS A L V A TlON ARM Yso LTol UcatT
off clothing; In fact, unyth.ns v-u do no
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 134
N. Uth St., fur cost of collection, to tbs
worthy poor. Call 'phone Douglas 41 ii
and wagons will call.
WANT good family to adopt beautiful
baby boy, less than 3 months old. Ex
cellent parents. Addreas M-9V7, rare Una.
l ASiSAflf'' I'', salt glow aroinaTic
.uaooauij treatment. Mme. Allen
Chicago. 109 S. 17th St.. 1st floor. D 7eb.
Mrs. Snyder, maaoage, electrical treat
ment. 3 Dumany, lotli 4 Pierce. D. 4.tfc0.
Dr. Lui k, wuincn s d.tieases. 41 Doug. ik
l'OL'LTKg AXD I'KT STOCK
Screenings, $1 per loo. Wagner, Mil N. It.
SHE natuiaily is loukmg fur a desert
that needs but little preparation. Tell
I her of Dalzell's Ice cream. If Mrs. C rt.
Morton. 4WJ Davenport St.. will come to
The Bee office within three days we will
give her an order for a quart brick of
this fine lie cream.
UtlLULItS' . FUHNA'l lO.N.
Electric gas fixtures. Omaha Silver Co
Ideal Cement btulie Co.. 17th and Cuming.
Fnchs. Son fc Hllnd, painting, decorutlng
KooFINU PAIN J', buildj.ig paper, pias
ter board. Amer. Sup. Co.. lis Nicholas
Masonry con., jobber. Haly Web 1211.
C t'l V lUUPfc.t I V sV'lTlt SALE. "
ll.O'X) cah. balance monthly, will buy
a new 7-room. mrictly modern houhe. com
plete In every detail: storm windows and
screens, full lot. Investigate this if ou
want a home. One block to Dundee tar.
P. O NIEIEN,
703 Omaha Nat. Bank. D. 2204.
DESIRABLE lot In Dundee. I'.tOO.
Full lot on 43d. north of iHidge. liO.
F. D. WEAD, lxil Faroam bt.
I'lHM HIM II I IMK FOR DH K
"JOHN AND HENPY"
Ha you read our new bnoktet on .fohn and llonrv Wo want evervl.odv In
tunaha. yee, evervbrMlv In rs.eh of thH cllv or who reads this paper, we want
everv man who Is working for a, s.i'srv or wagea. whichever he rhooso to chM It
10 read thla little booklet on John and Henry. We believe careful rftidln of this
pamphlet will make vou
. SIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE
Ater you have r-sd It come In and l.t us t.slk over California nnd what It of
Z" e mi,n ot s"11"" means. There are ivropl who think Hint California Is
the rich man a country. The Impression seems to have been farmed t!mt It Is no
place for a poor man. On the ontrnrv there la evety opportunity for u ninn of
small means In California. It Is possible to mske a living on five seres ind we
have a record of a innn who has lived for nearlv forty years on one here and lived
well. ( allfornlH Is a big state, so llg that people scarcely renlUe Its possibili
ties. Jusi think of It. t Is only about ore-fourth higKer than Germany and ilr
nisrjy supports over sixty million people. California haa less than three millions
The man who gets a foothold now fn California will be Independent In the
mture and Is sure of a living and a good cur. with less cost and les work and he
can be his own boss, Independent of rulfs. regulations, houts nnd all the thlnee
11 kt make working for someone else so vostlous
California means opportunity for the poor man as well as Investment for th
rich man. The men who Imve made their monev out there and own large trarts
of land are dividing them up and today pporlunlllrs are better than ever ln
Aak us for a copy of "John nnd Henry" and then come n and let us talk
with you seriously and heart to bean and we will tell you something about the
country. We plan to run an v
EXCURSION TUESDAY, JANUARY 2
This Is not for Joyriders or sightseers, but for men who are seriously ci
slderlng Bn Investment In that Land of Promise. The San Jc.uiuln alley la
more than a Land of Promise, It Is a land of fulfillment and we will offer on
our next excursion some
VINEYARDS AND ORCHARDS
These will he In the vicinity of Fresno, a city of O,00O people, which has been
built up entirely by the fruit Industry. There are no manufacturing Interests In
the city, yet It Is a pluce of wealth and a country of happy homes. Let us talk
with you about It.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
COLOXIZATIOX A (IK NTS
OM AH A. NKB.
We aim to put the landlev. man on tli o manless laud.
t IT V PROPERTY FOR SALE
22x132 on Sixteenth Ht., south of Cuming.
F. 1). Weud, 1801 Farnam St.
nrnoinRnTsK an! f i i alf
Just north of Krug park; dandy, nice
place; only $100 cash, balance. $15 per
month. Trice, $1,200.
PAYNK INVESTMENT CO.,
Doug. 17K1. A-11SS.
YOUR OWN PRICE AND TERMS.
Owner la determined to sell before
January 1. Fine house of 2 6-room modern
apartments: nice lot: south front; paved
street; valuable location: near Sherman
Ave. and Corby. You ran occupy part
and rent balance, for enough to cover
most of monthly payment. Owner asks
$4.hoo. but we will submit any offers re
ceived. RUSSELL & M'KITRICK CO.,
432 RaingeBldgr lftth and Harney Hts.
ti Trek fi sk Co i s oni 41 h " a ve!a iTiT
Grand Ave. for sale at a bargain, .mii
Izard St. Phone Red 4.V.I5.
OIVE youisuii a nicp, new all modern.
8-room house; 1 can give you your choice
of two of the best In the city at abso
lute cost. Telephone Harney M), Harry 11.
Putnam, 6140 Burt St.
A BIG SNAP.
For quick sale, nearly new B-room cot.
tage, located near 84th and Parker Hts.
All modern except heat; cemented cellar;
large lot; one biock from car line; tnls
place Is worth $2,bu0. But non-resident
owner days SELL,, so mak an otter
S. K. WAIT & CO, 17 Bee Bldg.
LN VtIiTMb.il 1 OPPORTUNITY.
Ill ROOMS, ALii MuDfcitN.
W have a two-apai tn.ent house, con
taining 13 rooms, two bath rouma, seven
bed rooms, with parlor, dining room and
kitchen in each apartment, Willi Pew
plumbing and good iitamitf plant.
ilils property Is too ire iur personal
owner and it is a spienuio proposition for
some on who will buy it and divide it
into four three-room apartments. Owing
lo the arrangement of tne house this
work can ue uone at a very small ex
pense and when Completed the apart
ments will rent for $4 each. TUe buyer
can live in one apartment, rent tne test
una make a good investment out ol your
The building Is vell built and in good
condition; omy ib.rteen minutes' rid to
the center ot the ci'y; one bioca fiou. tit
Lodge sireet car liue and lu good rca;
TWK NUMBER IS 201
N. uTH ST.
It is just north or Ohio on the Flor
ence Blvd. A good six or seven-room
muuern house mil be taken In exchang
at tne right price. This propositi.. .
certainly woj'th looking at.
N'JKtllb t MARTIN,
400 Be Bldg. Doug. 40. A-4270.
bUl THIls FOR XMAS.
8 rooms, strictly modern, oak finished
home; full two stories; exceptionally well
built; near Kountge place. Price, 3,tuo;
.toO cash, balance $.10 monthly. Phone
owner. Harney ftt, for more information.
ACUEALL rUU S.ii.fc..
One acre, Wydo Park $l'7."i.O0
one acre, tirignion nu.w
r. v. niiAi1, ii" farnam nt.
FARM A RANCH LAND KOU SALT.
1 HAVE a partlBW developed fruit
farm In northwest Arkansas fur sale; best
climate on earth; terms. Address la 77,
DO TO!' want a farm In western Can
ada, where the clots this year are In ad
vance of anything grown on the conti
nent? For wneat growing, oiilrying,
mixed f aiming and cuttle raising the
piovinre of Alberta is unsurpassed.
Iinds are now offered hv the CAN
ADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
at prices ranging from $10 to m an acr.'
on LONG TERMS of payment or on the
crop payment plan. 1 his Is paving tor
your larm with a portion of our crops
Land values have Increased : per cent
In two years. Great opportunity lor thu
Call or wrlto for full particulars, book
lets, maps, etc.
K. Fl.OK. General Agent.
Canadian l'acitlc .Mbertu Land Co ,
44u Board of Trade KkIk.
Excursion every Tuesday, bee me for
"iiy knowledge of iaijU on uncompleted
Gtarid 'trunk can make you quick profits.
Fiank Crawford bU Homer bt., Van
couver, or Omaha "
TEN-ACRK farms accessible to Jacknon
ville. Fla. Excel. enl tor winter garden
truck. Thirty dollars per a ie; fifty cents
cash; fifty centu per mouth. Wilte for
particulars. Jacksonville Heights Im
provement Company, Jacksonville. Fla.
'1 HE LAND OF SUNSHINE.
We are offering 10, : and 40-acre tract
and upwards located i Columbia cuumy
near Laka City, Fior,. j.. 'M nines west of
Jacksonville and on. t0 miles from St.
Augustine. This pro. erty Is Intersected
uy three railroads of national reputation,
which furnish the best of services si
reasonable i alua lo all market of the
The climate Is Ideal. Fine farms fj
iiuw being worked In our tract with
exceptionally goud results. Own one of
our farms. Investigate our offer, bmall
cash paments and Jy terms.
Low lates daily. Ticket god until
ROBT. C. DRL'ESEDOW & CO..
100 Omaha National Bank Bldg ,
The key to success lu business Is the
Judicious and pus stent use of newspaper
tMll MMI4 FOR f.ia
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed hv (he
ATIANTA, BIRMINGHAM ATLAN
Lands adaptable to the widest range of
crops. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For liteiature treat
ing with this coming coi'iitiy, Its soil,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. H. LF.ATIY DEPT. K,
General Passrfiger Agent,
FOR SALE Chicken ranch, S4j acres;
plenty of fruit and peaches; good build
ings; location (ttul Illinois: for par
ticulars writs Laurens, lows, Rout 3,
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm Is to Insert a small want ad
In the Des Moines Capital. Larxest cir
culation In the state ot Iowa, 43,000 daily.
The Capital la read by and believed In by
the standpatters oi Iowa, who simply ie
fuse to permit any other paper In their
homes. Rates, 1 vent a word a day; Jl.ii
per line per mouth; count Fix ordinary
words to the line. Address Des Moiues
Capital, Des Moines. Is.
NEBRASKA and Oregon land, $3 up.
134 Brandels Blk , Omaha. Neb.
HALL COUNTY FARM.
SO-ACRE dairy mini, all new buildings,
bringing owner $5,oo per year. Only
$,ou. A snap. Write Dili & Husiuu,
Grand Island. Neb.
1M1 AC14ES; 10 miles from Bed Cloud;
25 acres alfalfa; loo acres cultivation;
good Improvements. Price, $li,ou0. aJO
acres; 7 miles to Biaden; 2uo acraa culti
vation; DO acres altalfs; 120 acres pas
ture; good improvements. Jl,iX); goud
terms. Write at Once. Carpenter & Son,
Red Cloud, Neb.
CMMATR, HEALTH, SOIL, WATER,
crops and profits sure. Fruit and alfalfa.
Government Irrigation. Considering cust
and profits, we utter the treat on the mar
ket. Come ail right. Hartshorn k Co.,
Carlsbad, New Mexico.
FOR 8ALK Oood farm tracts: SCO acres
diked tldeland, J-)0 utr upland ail thor
oughly drained. Wh. furnish teed for 400
head cattle. Land especially adapted to
utaniiiK and accessible to good market.
Good water. House and bain just com
pleted costing Jo.uw. Bounded on two
sides by county road. One mile from
school and lostotfice. Lies suitable to
subdivide Into small tracts If so uesired.
Price, 1100 pet acre. Part cash; leiins
on balance; i,o commissions. If Interested'
correspond immediately with owner, Geo.
VV. Warren, vice president Astoria .Na
tional bank, Astoria. Oregon.
1(10 ACRES, ln Lyman county, South
Dakota, for sale. Address D V.i.1, Bee.
A FINK quarter section Stanley-CuT
land must be sold in 10 days. Addreas
Owner, L. B. 302, Fort Pierre, H. Si.
FKSD for description of beautiful R:!0
ttrie faun at $100 an acre. No TRADING.
W. 11. Qruham. Cuero, Tex.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED Illy loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith it Co., 1SJ0 Farnam tJL
OMAHA Property and Nebrusaa Lands.
O KKEFK REAL EU'IA'thi CO.
1016 New Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
1' ARM l.uAN a near Omaha; no commis
sion; optional payments; cheap muney.
Orln 8. Merrill. 1.13 City Nat 1 Bank Bidg.
MONEY to loans on business or-residence
properties, l,0ij to Jj'W.uuO. W. H.
THOMAS. e0;l First Nat I Bank Bldg.
$100 to $lu.0u0 mudo prompily! V. ii.
Wead. Weud Bldg., lMh and Fa i nam,
"LOW HA I ES." Ul-.il i-CAR LLERU COT
$10-U Biandels Theater Bldg.
GAiiVIN Eit6iTin,,'w nd u'
-,xvv,0'Oiiitthtt Nafl Bang
LARGE LOANS, municipal boi'ida, tport
gages bouglit anil sold. oTULL t,U03.
WANTiiD City i JiTnTF'e 7ri Tr usrCoT
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
l'OR SALE or Exchange A well mt
prowd ltiO acrci, 1 n inlo frum Treiilou;
good bulldlngM; well untl orcnaid. Ad.
dress Y Bee.
FOR SAlE or r.xiiisuKu mi acres Irrl
gsteil laud in Julesbuig irngation district
Cultivated and fenced. Aodress V 7, Bee
FOR SALji -eo ai res ivith I wo sets of
new Improvements on table lauds. Sedg
wick county. Colo., iur lumber business
AOdress V M. Bee.
TRADE Lund lor lumber puaintss. Ad
dress Y 73. lice.
1( EXCHANGE '1 he must up-to-date
modern store lor Its sine In northern
Souiii Dakota. Stock Invoice $12.4uu, run
bu reduced. Positively nu stickers. Wanl
Improved land up to slO.itnu, bulam rash.
Good territory. No agents. Land must
be south of Sioux I lly and not far west
Write Lock Box 26, Garden City, S. D.
BRICK building; value, $ni0(W; Income,
about $si,0ilti; inui have IM.imj cash; bal
ance land. Addresa J 9M4, lire.
WANTED TO BUY
td-haud gouds, Kleeer. 10;u Center. uTTtivT
1M IRS Sliaiin s Kur Co.. M N.lii.
' Omaha. W e buy a. I kinds of raw
furs: pay high prices. Give us a trial.
YOI.'R huisl.und and si n are looking for
aaid lo deescrt time they know l hut ou
lave ordeird some of DaleH s Ice cream
If Mrs. W. H. i.i.o.ih, 4ti) No. IMh on,
will come to The Bee office within three
days we will give her an order for a
quart brlrk of this fine Ice crtain
WANTED TO RENT "
WANTED An eastern firm wants
about 4.uou square feel floor space In a
building having trackage; prefer to share
spa e with another occupant. Please give
full particulars, addressing B tCd, care
ANT E l SIT t' A T I OX N
AN euucsie,! vuiil;. desires work In
On sha or elehere In Institution or fsm.
liy to usslst In keeping snd taking can
of rrilld'en. Webster S17T.
Yul'NG lady with one year a experi
ence a stenotcrapher wishes a position
In a (It in ; is.ary according to ability.
v :iit. Hee
Y wants posltlmi as cook. 31b
lTth St. Mrs. Ley.
blTL'Al IOM wauiid- A manaiier of
general stole, country town; experienced
- nr. Pee.
. HY high school maduate, stenoKiapher,
clerical or bookkeeping, unexperienced
1 l',HI Bee
WASHING and curtains done.
ANTND Position as housekeeper: hv
respectable mlddle-uged lady. Prefer
home with children. Also experienced as
nurse. Addrers Mrs. Marie Turner, gen
eral dellvsrr. Council Bluffs, la..
'l I K ")U KK K IiIPTlN G and clsiieal Work
evenings and Saturdays; vise typewriter.
1 11 KM', young ladies, piano player and
Binder wanl position In picture shew, ex
perleaced. Douglas (S5. K 77$. Bee.
loL'MI man, wgnis sition as oar
tennrr; experlenci-d, 1 n. Bee.
POSITION waniert by competent lady
stenoi apher; references as to ability.
MUST HAVE WORK
Young man needs work for board and
room. Phone Douglas 42M.
WHITE lady tleelie steady places of
day woik; neat, conscientious; does not
disappointment engagements. Phone It.
B EGI n'n ER want etenogra"piite po
sition: will work for low wages. F Wl,
viiiii'. tniau uciie us work; neat
and ean. Tel. D. 6740.
AM 1 1 Y MO-A 1 K iTtiia nTsoner ; of good
habits, handv with carpenter or maaon
tools, must have work of some kind soon;
can rill hill as Janitor In or near town.
Write E Hli.
PLOHIril Gardner and Horticulturist
wants private place. Address 11 Be.
""WASHING- All kinds Hai -tie y W:'.
MIDDLE-AGED man wants v. oik of
any kind. E W. Bee.
WHITE laiiywants work by day, Mon
day, Tuesday ami Wednesday; references.
Harney :W7. i
NEAT colored girl desires position as
second girl. IH2J fuming. Doug. fsXU.
Tl 'A T i l"VA NT KD M lid lis.
no children, taking care of rooming
house, riat or In lact will do any kind of
work that la respectable for both, or
man will consld- r bsr tending, working
In pool hall. Il .ve had experience In all
this work. C.-i.l or address me at 1H2I
Cass St. Eln, r Cox.
Yol'NG man wants job with own wagon
and horse: will work for $1R per week;
no dirty Job will be accepted. Address
YOUNG lady wants position as stenog
rapher; small waxes to start; best ot
references. Phone Wehster 207(1.
H AT Is Chrtainias without a nice box
of thn famous caudy made, by D. J.
O'Buen? If Mrs. .1. ! . Prentiss, 4H01 Un
derwood Ave., will come to The He
otrice within three days we will give her
an order for a tO-cent box of O'Brien's
Ll'E8TOCK 1ARKET OF VYEST
ship your stock to South Omaha; savs
mileage and shrlngage, your consign
ments receive prompt aid careful atten
tion. LlVfC STOCK COMMISSION" MER
CHANTS. Byers Bros. V Co. nitons and responsible.
WOOD BROS.. H.I4-K r.xcnange Mldg.
Grtat W est. Com. Co.. Omaha el Denver.
"w7n7sMlTTr"80N Just handle sheep."
VV. F. DENNY Ac CO., Kxch. Bldg.
TAGG BROS, hsnqie oat'., bogs, sheep.
Clay. Robinson At Co.. Excn. Hldg,
lnterataie Co. Better results. Snip to us.
TlJlFTON Com. Co. 22aKxohange Bldg.
' ' BI'RKE-RICKLV CO., 201 Exoh. Udg.
L. K. ROBERTS Ik CO., We Exoh. Bldg.
Cox Ai Jones Com. Co., bunch of host let .
Farmers L. S. Com. Co., e.xcnange.
Deposit proceeds of shipments In Stock
Ysrds Nat l bsnk. Only bank at yarda
Martin Bros. & Co.. rUI-4 Exch. Bldg.
. OMAHA, THE GRAIN MARKET.
Nehraska-lowa Grain Co., 7tt4 Brandels.
I. KG A I, NOTICE.
Stockholders Meeting of Th Union
Notice Is heieby given that the annual
meelliig of tne Hlickholders of 'llie Union
Land Company for the election of live
directors and the transaction of such
other business as msy legally coma be
fore the meeting, will be held at the
office of the General - Solicitor. Union
Paclflo Headquurteia Building, IMh and
Dodge streets, Omaha, Nebraska, on
Monday, thn nth any of January, 19U,
at 10 o'clock A. M.
The stock transfer book will be closed
10 days previous to the meeting.
New York City, N. Y., Dec. 1H, inn.
STOCK HOLDERS' MEETING.
Office of LKK-GLASS-ANDREESEN
HARDWARE COMPANY, Omaha, Ne
braxka, December 9, lull. Notice I hereby
given to the stockholders of Lee-Glass-Andreesen
Hardware company that the
annual meeting of the stockholders ot tbe
company will be held at the offices of
held company, corner of Ninth snd Har
ney streets, ln the city of Omaha, In the
statu of Nebraska, on Tuesday, January
i, A. D., 1U12.. at 3 o'clock p. in., for th
purpose (t electing a board of directors
tor ihe company to serve during the ensu
ing year, and to transact such other
business as may be presented at such
meeting. Attest: W. M. Ulaas. Beer-
lurtf : II J l.ee. F,res1(lRr, t . .
Notion Is hereby Riven thst the An
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Omaha Gas Company win lie held at tne
office of the Company, IMK) Howard At .,
ul li):!t0 a. m., Monday, January 1, 1012,
for the election of Directors ror the en
suing year, and tor the transaction of
such oilier business as may come before
FRANK T. HAMILTON,
GEORGE W. CLARA UGH.
Omslin, Dec, 15, 1911. Secretary.
D 22d lot
bl'lji'k HOLDERS' MEETING.
Tbe annual meet Inn of ihe atockholdcrs
of the Roc Building company will be held
at thn office of said company, Omuhu,
Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. in. Tuesday.
January 11, l!M2, for the election of the
bou id of directors for the ensuing yrur.
and for the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before
By order of Ihe president
IS. P. FEIL. Kerretarr.
GROV EN M WNT NOTICES.
PROPOSALS FOR ELEVATOR. OEEK E
of the Constructing (Juartci mnMer. Fort
fi. A. Russell, Wyoming, December Oth,
1911 Scaled proposals for furnishing and
Installing an electric elevator will be re
ceived here until Ii M p. m., December 22d,
1911. nnd then opened. Information fur
nished on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be Indorsed
"Proposals lor Elevator," and addressed
faptuln F. S Armstrong, Conxtructlni;
Quartermaster. 1 1-7 H -g-21-22.
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
t'Ms'.N STA'l lt leulh and Maaou
Pan Fran. Overl'd I.
China (b Japan V. M
. .a w ti am
. .ell ti pm
a 7:40 pm
a 6 it am
a 6 l i pm
a 8 . pm
a 7 27 am
a 12 2a am
a 4 50 pm
a s::u pm
a 4 : l7 pm
alO Jo am
b l.Zu pin
a 1J am
a 11:11 pm
Los Angeles Umlted
Centennial State Spe'
Colorad i Express.. .
North Platte Local..
Grand Island Loral.
Btroinsburg Local. .
Omaha St. Louis Ex.
. alj b pm
..a 7 '"4 am
I all '30 pm
..a 3.30 i m
..si; ij pm
..a I Id am
..a I 30 tu.i
.a ".'S0 pm
.a 7:0? am
Mail and Express
r'tunb'y L. (from C.B
.)b t:00 pin
RAIIAVAV TIME CAItl).
4 li ten a . KlHk Islaaa dt 'ollle
Rocky Mountain Ltd. sl2 ?sm slO 35
Chliago Local Pass. blO So nm bill .10
ChlckKO Da Ex pi ess a 4A si.; a 4 .10
Chicago Express a 4 in pm alio
Des Moines Local pas a 4 i? pm S12.12
Clilcaiio Neb. I.iinlii-d n G (S i in a I 0
Chi.-Neb. Lmtd to Lin
coln a K:0 am a 5.1-4
Chi -Coin. Kxpro a V2& pm a 4 )
Chi. -Colo. Express a 1 ie pm a 4 00
Okl. s Tex. Express.. a ti.oo pin all. 47.
Korkv Mountain l.td alii. 47 pm au' ,0
Illinois ( rnlral .
Chicago Express. a T OO am a 3:4."
Chicago Limited a S.OO uui a $ S)
Chicago a rh raestera
Minn. -St. Paul Kv. ...a ; oo am
Minn. -St. Paul L t d . a 7 (si pin a B OO
1 win City Express ..a' 4.iam a!0:20
Hloux City Loral a 1:4a pm a 3.. 'a
Minn. Dakota Ex.. a 7.00 pm a IS
Twin City Limited ...a 4 pm a 7:30
Minnesota Express all .00
Carroll Loral a 7 00 am at.lt
Davllght Chicago a 7:40 am alo i
Chicago laical al30i ptr. n a. 24
Colorado-Chicago a 6 10 pm a
Chicago Special a t 02 pm a (1:4)
Tac. t'osst-t hi. aito. . . . t ,a pm a 3.1
Loa Angeles Untiled, a $ Ml pm aU:9U
Ove-'.imd Umltrd a 7:6J pm a ll;IJ
Carroll Local h IN pm 10o0
Fast Mall $10 pm a i.ii
Cedar Rapids. Sioux b
Centennial State Lnn. 1! 40 am 11. U
Long Pin ' am all:00
Norfolk-Dalla ft 8 00 am aiu 13
I.ong Pin Lincoln. ...s 2:1$ pm a 5 70
Hastings-Superior ... P :U pm ft i.iO
lradwood-llot Sp'gs. a 3 J.i pm a t:20
Casper-lnder ft 71 pm ftll OO
! i einonl-Albion 0 :JU pm u l ev
thtcaao t;ret Hrilera
Chicago I. mined :!,". pm
Twin City Limited ft S.JS pm ft 7 4T)
Twin City Express. .. .a 4i am a 1:60
Chicago Express J:4i
Local Passengsr ft lilt pm ,
4 h tea go, aillvruBkee at: 4. Paul
Overlai.d Limited ft t 60 pm s ;i
Perry 1-oral a t SO am 11 no
Colorado Express .. ..a t:00 pm :Ji
Colorado Special a 7:42 am :J0
Perry Local b t.ld pin 12 Oj
K. C. A St. L. EX....B t:20 am ft 7 40
K. C. tit. L. Ex....all.li pm ft t.W
llarHaftton alien TratU A Mason
Denver A California . .a 410 pm
Puget Hound Express. a 4.10 pm
Nebraaka point a S:20 am
Black Hills a 4 10 pm
Lincoln Mall blMpm
Northwest Express. ...all S4 pm
Nebraska, point ft :) am
Nebraaka Express a t:16 am
Schuyler-Plattamouth b 3:0 pm
Lincoln Local '
Plattsmouth-lowa ft R:lt am
Dellevu.-Plattstnouth ftll:;M pm
ft 1:41, pm
ft 1 48 pm
a 10 pm
3 .43 pm
a l:iw am
a 10 pm
a 1:08 am
bl 20 am
b 8:01 am
a 2 40 pm
all: 15 pm
ft 7:00 pm
ii 1:IS pm
a t:00 am
a 43 am
a t:10 pm
Chicago Special a 7.16 am
Denver Special ill Upm
Chicago Express ft 4 20 pm
Chic. Fast Express... .ft 8:30 pm
Iowa Local a I lj am
Creston (la.) Local. ...b $ 30 pm
Hi. Louis Express 4:36 pm
K. C. & 8t. Joseph. ...alO 46 pm
K. C. A bt. Joseph. ...a 8. IS am
K. C. & bl. Joseph. ...a 4:30 pm
Wefcettr U4atlor .Bk ma4 Webster.
Auburn Local b 3:60 pm bll Si am
Chicago, It. Faal, Allnaeapolla
Sioux City Express. ...b 2 21 pm bll OS pm
Omaha Local e Hi am e t-26 pm
Hloux City Pass b 9.2S pm
Twin City Psss b 6:45 am
Emerson Local b 6:66 pm b 1:10 am
tb) dally except Sunday. lc) Sunday
nly. (a) dally.
y tbe .. BT.rEcnr.a
leaving- New York
Jin. 29, 1112
Ports of esll !
Port of Kalli
naenoe Aires isrross
tne Aaaesi, rniia. yj
Arenas (ihronah the if m
irslli nf M.ral. e
In 1 . V ai I nai rai 1 so.
Bio le Janeiro, liable. Para,
rldgetown, aad B Tlelt to tbe
Optional Bide Trip Everywhere. .
Ma M DAYS ci $350 "'
atlo t'nrtin I fa Ortsaf. Tfstt Indfi,
dnuni th4 Wor4, lfl$ sa) Mint, .
b4 for Illustrated booklets.
lau W. Pandolph Bt., Chicago, or local agt.
Colored Folks Hold
Alamo hall. Twenty-fourth and Urant
streets, was Ihe scene of a Hlabtown
convention of the colored population of
the north end of the city last evening.
The convention opened with a nong, but
ere thn singers had gotten far along, a
number jumped to their feel and did ft
few steps from Mary Ourden's Halome
dance, adding a vim lo tholr singing.
The delegutes marched down the aislo
of the convention chamber clad In cos
tumcs ranging from the dress their pre
historic, fathers wore, up to the latent
gowns of the loudest green and yellow
Sister J. It. II. C. Illgjoliri, president
of the association, made her annual ad
dress to I hi convention, r-he begun by
an exhortation of religious diameter, but
wound up by saying she was a candidate
for llio office of president for the com
lug year, an I that no woman who
chewed gum und wore false hair should
bu elected, and as bho wus the only woman
prcstnt who did not lave these degrad
ing liublts, she ought lo bine the office.
The conference wtund up with all the
drlt'tfutrs singing "Alexander's Kug
Time Ilund." The following were the
delegates: Lulu Ilounlree, Delia lliown,
Ella Golden, NY'ttlo Kellogg, Mattlc
Slaughter, Alice Puvton, pearl lireen,
Amanda Stark.", Edith !ray, latonora
Duvld, L'ir ietl i tireen, Hurati Alexander.
Kyhlldu, Williams and Mugglo Mclinwun.
After the convcnllou tho guests and
delegate!! fpent ''' remainder of the
evening !n dancing, after which refresh
menta wrro served.
ADVISE CLOSER WATCHING
FOR GIRLS IN COLLEGES
CIlK'AllO. Dec. 21. Belter medical su
pervision In co-educattonal Institutions,
training In the newer vocations fur
a omen, self government and closer chap
eronuge of girl In college were urged In
resolutions adopted today st the clove of
the fifth conference of deans und advisers
of women in statu universities. The
following officers were elected: Presi
dent. MJs Lucy Bprague, I'nlvcrslty of
California; vl? president, Mrs tlertrude
Martin, Cornell university; secretary.
Miss E. Austin, Washington State unl-vcrslly.
J7 JIM'V 1
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Mayor Trainer Ask Merchants to
Donate for the Poor.
NEEDY AND MODEST TO BE AIDED
Itoaril of F.xamlner AnnOancea Teats
for Teachers that Will Re Held
Itnrlng Closing- Day of
Ihe Year. , '
Mayor Tralnor announced yesterdar
that ho would begin today to enlist the
support of the Houth OmVii merchants
and business men In the work of assist
ing the poor ot South Omsha during; the
Home days ago the word was given out
that the oily hall forcis would receive all
donations Intended for Ihe ssslstsiic of
the city's poor. Already some of the
business men of (he city have telephoned
the mayor that they, are awaiting a call
to forward their donations to the. city
In discussing the matter last evening
the mayor suld that while the time was
short he expected :he merchants to help
along In the work. The packers. It Is
understood, will l-e called U on to donat"
to Pouth Omaha, St least as they havo
given lo Council Uluffs for tho same
The representatives of the Associated
Charities say that K per cent of the poor
of South Omaha will bo furnished Willi
the mentis of enjoying ft Christmas din
ner. Ursldos the Associated Charities,
the different fraternal organisations will
contribute towards the same cause.
Mayor Trnlnor alms to reach those 1
families who, though poor and needy,
are too modest or too proud to ask for
publio aid. "After si!," ssld ths msy ir
yesterday. It Is Ihe ones who try to do
for themselves that best deserve extra
Holiday Time for Teachers.
Preparatory to the teachers' examina
tions to be held In the high school bulld-
Irtg during the coming week, th board of
examiners Issued the following notlcS x
Vo. Is herehv riven that th Hoard
ot Examiners for ine school district or '
tli city ot South omana win noia a.
teachers' examination at the high school
Kt.llHlnv t,a,lnnlnir Wednesday. Iecem-
her 27, and continuing for three days. No
one will be allowed to take this examina
tion who Is not eligible unoer tne ruies
and regulations of the Board of Educa
tion. . ,, .
Durine- the examination the following
program will b adhered to.
WKPNKMMIi I1H ninotn
Orthography, to :30.
Arithmetic, V:30 to 11:16.
Music. 11 15 to U.
Phva.ologv. 1:30 to 1:30.
Theory and art, r:) to 3:40.
Wotany, 3 40 to 4:60.
'I'll I'HSDA Y, DECEMBER 28.
English grammar, : to :4A.
Amer.can history. 0:4S to 11.
Physical geography. 11 to Vi.
Algebra, l:.Ki to i .
Heading. 2.46 to a :.'.. 1
llvlca, 11.4ft to 4:46. t
Penmanahlp, 4:46 to f : 1 o.
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29.
Cleometry, : to 10.
American literature. 11 to H:Ij.
Drawing, 11.16 to Vt.
Urography, i to MiV.
Engilsli composition, Z:1S to 3:15,
History of education, 3:15 to 4:s) ,
English literature, 4;J0 to R:45. .
1MMIUI UF 1CXAB4INER8.
Baturday we sell Allegrettt's genulm
ROc enndy at 30c. One pound boxes. Satur
day only. Melcher Drug Co., 41s N. S4lh,
Mrs. (-chtwellng Injured.
Due to a misstep yesterday morn'ng at ,
Twenty-fourth and 1 streets Mrs. Louise
Bchmellng, residing at 307 North Twenty
fourth street, fell snd broke her left arm
and otherwise sustained Injuries that
may end seriously. V
Mrs. Bchmellng is a widow, well known
and respected In this city, where she ha
lived for many years. Bhe la the mother
of Henry and William Bchmellng. stock
men Bt the Union Block Yards.
Henry Bchmellng, with whom his
mother resides, was notified of the accl-
dent and will return horns at onre from
Excelsior Bprlngs, where he hag been
spending hts vacation. -
Hacks for Private tails.
Give us your private calls tor funerals. .
Price reduced. 14. Broderlck ft Maslow
aky. 2m W ft- Udl South 1531, lud. .
CARLSON CIOAR CO.
1st. 2d. ;ia. 'jot
.CI. KIN'S JI'NIOKS.
1st. lid. Id,
M. Heafey 13i
Totals 1 7
JUllo I'llr Hrlefs.
Desk Bergeunt William Corrlgan lg on
George Crlstes, an AMstrlsji.-was-ftr-rested
Tueaday night on Uie charge or
carrying conreuled weapona.
Dim to seasonable weather the mer
chants of South omsha say business
has picked up within the last few days.
Postmaster 1-ew Etter has announced
that the postofflce will remain open all
day Sunday and part of Monday. Due to
the beavv ruah of mall the postal em
ployes will be greatly assisted If good fel
lows will call for their packages.
Phone Bell South (tig Independent K
1M for a rase of Jetter Oold Top. Prompt
delivery to any part of city. William
Dr. Thomas Kelly, who suffered ft par
alytic, stroke a week ago, Is reported to
he on the mend at his home, 2317 C
The cltv council will bold ft meeting
Filduv night at which bids for the sale
of Uo0,mj of renewal bund will be ac
cepted. SANTA CLAPS FOR MEN A store
filled Willi gifts for men that they ap
preciate moat. Look for the lighted
Chrl-lmus tree St 4J I N. ?4lh Bt. M
Cl'LKIN & CO.
Charles Akofer has bought from Ar
mour & Co. six of the prise wlntUnr
muttons exhibited at the Sheep Shorn .
They are atiructlng considerable notice
at his place of business.
Miss Ainscow Dies .
Suddenly at Her Home
Miss MuKgle Ainscow, 48 years old, died
suddenly yesterday morning at her home,
301D Chicago street, of heart dtseasi
Miss Ainscow hud been associated Willi
her brother In the management cf a
laundry. She leaves two brothers, James
of this city and Edward of Oakland, Cair,
and a sister. Miss Surah Ainscow ot Ban
Mil's Ainscow had been a resident of
omaha nearly thirty-two years, coming to
Omaha from England with her parents In
lso. The Atiueow family wss well
known In Omaha In former years.
The funeral will be held Sunday after
noon from St. Paul's Episcopal church.
Thirty-second and California, He v. Mr.
Bayley officiating. Interment Jn Forest
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