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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1911)
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Vt 'U IllT- -New l,).r, m..ni n
V,1, !50,"". Ilnrn.-y; Marty J.ni. l,
1 1 v.r rrat.
Injiiue T j n'Riifr. Hoiihaw hotel.
Chimes. I, l.'lh, l.osM
OMAHA Nan and rttiia-e"Co Vac.7
Tnuves, Clon a holi-held avt.iU. K'iriui-oof
Horf. KM F. ltfth. Uranch 30i 8 i;th.
'1 el. Hondas 410.1. A-l.1.15
i'-t6i )M m.xlcnt ciilluii"e7 ri7T?at.:ij3
V trt. WebetiT 'CI".
Mor, -inini Finn rt-p'r. li. Jul
N ''(Vh 'Yl ,no,1er1'1' iat. 1411
7-room, fcmt. mod pro except heat, 31S
C roum. ,:i fK,r. U06 X. Mth St. mod
fin fxe-ejt firt. (14.
?' "Cd,rftC''Vo';'' motlern xcPt heat. S3U
t'erhy""'"." ,11d'rn c"pt heat, lilt
6- roonv-'lt floor. 1303 N. tOth St.. purtly
-room. :u floor. 12 N 26th St. toilet
7- ruotn house, modern except heat 290J
Ir.md st., T.o.
CHIU lKTF.Jlannmln; Pt.
KOIl KKNT-A brick I c7s"ifenc -Met
fcmith Klevciith street, eleven larae
looms, I,) toil.-t rooms, tiHrii, three
Mocks southwest of depnt. fine locution
I'.r lmnie fir lailroarl people. House upcri
lor Inspection all week. ,i00 per nioiuh.
I'hone Donnlas 67.', Wis. J. M. MclcaK
12.14 South Tenth.
nil iiioiiiin nm-a it.i:,
IlK.tli KSTAIK I.OANH (
U'W ItA I KM. IH.M lf-l Anl.t.Klili CO, I
t.u-oll H nnrtH. Theater l.ltln.
Have You Got $360?i(,AlV1Ni5Ho M'S
TMKN hi.iii die New Year ruiit hv
etmw your i, nn home. I .out tmiav at
fn MVI;l'l.K , K ., n!ht In lictnl lark,
corner lot. on ai-1 stri-rl. a very
nrnt ami hiiliMam Inl R-r.umi modern home,
ready to move rlirht In. l'ay the balance
like rent. It tan t exrry day you ran buy
it liouse like DiIh for if,ioO rash, but you
tan thl house right now nnrt on
term, (let a look at this liouse. If
It li largo enough for jovtr fair.llv, you'll
(Hover Iiosilty Syndicate
121P-?." City Nut. l:nk ilrl." Iio'ia-la S!J.
Hul'SH ANl. 10 LOTS.
Near Omaha ear line anil rlty schoM.
1ooi 6 room cottage and I" good, hlpsh
lots. ior a home or ln'esttnent num.
ing else like It so rear t'mnha for near
the rlre. JJ.iii, JO cash, lmlivnce like
M'GKE UK A t. KSTATK CO.,
P Frl street.
ou noil B I tiffs. 1 a.
TIIK1J-; FINK IajTS on 14tb Ave. and
Cran.i Ave. for sale at a bargain. laOi
Unid St. Phone Ked 4r.".
l'UU HhXT-Klght-ioom house.
Not More Than $25
for your choice of 2 modern homes.
ONE H block to Walnut llill ime. S
100111 and hull. best furnnre,
plumbitiK, all brick and cement
basiiueiu; 2 famlliea can use, m-
, dependent atairwny ami entrance.
OTHEll due block to N. 24th Hue, full
two-story T-room all modern.
New. compact, up-to-date.
CVKKk-KH KI-JAJ. Km i'A'I'k t'O.,
301 urnalm Nut I. DoiIk. or A-21S2.
kvenlUKS l. ?2 nr'll. 51IU.
h'OK lth.N l-l'uui-iuum cuUUKe on fflitn
Ave, between ioon unu Uuukihs strat'.t
re fextfr i,. Thorn i. 41.' Hee Hldg.
'J' Wo nearly new trooin all modern
houses, near car, one furnished. Harney
Store unit Utflcea.
WISH to sublet KUlto cf fiva rooms In
City National Hank IthJg- Call I) 4123.
NKw atom btiuuinc wltn modern living
I'wmis itpataira; will ue ready Jan. 1, laii
"Write or phone I027 Orund lalana, Neo.
J. t;. Allan:, (iiand Isiiaud. Neb.
OWEKED IOi; SALE
Malial liiatrunivu ta.
PIANO, ellghtly used, at a bargain.
Kegeistrorn liauu Mis. -'0' XDlti and
ELKCTU1C piano and nUNio box ro
p.iirmu. Acme iuc:lun 'o., 3124 I.ev'w'th.
IIGHT TOUCH "MONARCH VISIBLI!
for rent. THE MONARCH TYfE
V KIThlt CO.. 411 fi. lath, thone U 4w.
"i'YUiWKlTivHd, ALL MAkhiS or
rale or rent; Ui'vtit etock, bv.l bargaiua.
li. F. dwunson Co., IJH I'arnain bu,
HMITlt I'HEMllSKS, nioueia Ho. t at
Is'o. 4, In exutfllent. condiiion, rented threa
inonllia fji ii
teMITU VJlhJ.MIKn TVPTWIUTICn CO.,
lath and Uougias.
KENT an Oliver lyn-'wruer troin Hit
Oliver Tyixwrlter Co. l'oiiglna 2ai'J.
VOll BALK Fireproof af with double
dooia and money drawer; also tiling cabi
net for of I ice Ufe. Colson 6c lleynoidu,
MAt"'l.t uverlocke(i wit it second-hand
safes, all size and make; bargaina.
American Supply Co.. lllu Farnani st.
FOR SALIi-New knu fceeoud-band
raruin and pocket MUlurd tables ami
bow ling alley a and accessorlea, bar fix
tures of all klnua: easy payuiKUj The
Bi-unswlck-Kuike-Oollander Co., 407-409 S.
3'ith st. .. -
. VJK 8A1.K Two eciolKi!,ilp in tha
Omaha Conuiierclal college and on In
levies college. ttuh:ea of? ice. Omaha
Teanut, gum, match and post card
machines. Acm Machine Co., J124
.oi tor btove or furnace. Try lu
Harmon At Weeth. Webster MS.
2U hAKKS. 1JU.K10HT. ll ! ai uuin at.
KiNULlNti. 4 loud. iT7uroha. 'VvTiiC
. ' KLECTRIC piano and music roll re
pairing. Acme Machine Co., 3121 Leaven
TWO stamp Looka, 53. W cui h. I'hono
Modern Suburban Homo
FOR BALK, tiilh and Center, with fif
teen acres choicest land and finest of Im
provements. House Is modern through
out, in rooms and tmth. Inquire Andrew
A. Furay. I'hone Harney 102f. Station It,
FRM A lNll I, AM) KOH AIR
"My knowledge of land on uncompleted
C'.rand Trunk ran make you quick profits.
Frank Crawford. Homer tit.. Van
couver, or Omaha"
TKX-ACRE farm accessible to Jackson
ville, Fin. Kxcel.enl (or winter garden
truck. Thirty dollars per acre; titty cents
cash; fifty cent per month. Write tot
pai ticuUm. Jacksonville Heights Im
provement Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
THE LAND OF SUNSHINE.
We are tillering 10, 2o and lu-ui io tracts
and upwards located in Columbia, county
near L,nke City. Florida, to miles west of
Jacksonville and only l0 miles from St.
Augustine. This property Is Intersected
by three railroads of national reputation,
which furnish the best of services at
reasonable rates to all market of the
Tlia climate Is Ideal. Fine farms are
new beln worked in our tract with
exceptionally good results. Own on of
our fauna. ' Investigate our offer, bmall
cash payments and efy terms.
Low ratea daily. Ticket good until
ROBT. C. DRUESEDOW & CO..
09 Omaha National Hank Uldg..
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by the
ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM St ATLAN
Lands adaptable to the widest range of
crops. All the money crops of th aoutli
plentifully produoed. For literature treat
ing with ltd coming cooiitry. It soil,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. H. LEAHY. DEPT. K,
General Passenger Agent,
FOR SALE Chicken ranch, S4 acres;
plenty of fruit and peaches; good build
ings; ' location central Illinois; for par
ticulars write Laurens. Iowa, Uouto 3,
iuu rtixvcs; to mile from Red Cloud;
23 acres alfalfa; luo acre cultivation;
good improvements. Frlce, fS.WO. liM
acres; 7 mlies to iiladen, 2O0 acres culti
vation; DO acres alfalfa; 120 acres pas
tuie; good Improvements. 118,000; good
term. Write at once. Carpenter & Hon,
Red Cloud, Neb.
1-AKOR LOANS, nvinlnp i bonds, morl
gages bought and sold. el't'Ll, 1.KOU.
ANY connolKsuir of t t.nfci ilon.-t y 111
readl'y te!l you that there are no i undies
which in outshine tiRrlens In purity
or ditltitlncfs If Mrs. E. Spencer. l.Stia
South 2..th St., will come to Th He
uf(!t- within three tlavs we will give
her an order for a HO cent box of O'Brien's
WANTED TO IllY
M-hand goods, Kleaer. liCo Center. D. 5MI
V AN T E I Second-haiid s fl it I v
nam maker. helxht. width, depth,
weight nd price, F. O. B. Omaha. D
WANTEU TO KENT
WANTED Two ir throe unfurnished or
partlv furnished housekeeping rooms.
E. l.ono Bee.
WOl.'LD rale for apartments lu ex
change for heated housekeeping room.
W A N t h.l o.-.il:oii a., pousekeeper by
reepectabl middle-aged lady. Prefer
horn with children. Also experienced at
nurse. Address Mrs Mail 'I urner, gen
rial delivery. Council Bluff, la.
sriUAUON wantMl-A manager u(
general More, country town; experienced.
O Wl. Hee. . ,
"WASHING and curtains done. T. I."??
HUHKKLf.! i.vo and clerical work
evenings and MHurdays, -u tpe wnlr.
Addreas L 743. Bee.
illkbi'. young lauies, piano piayar and
alngcr want portion In ilrtura show, ex
perienced. Douglas 6K5. K 7T&. Bee.
POSITION wuiitvu iy coinpttciu liuy
nenogi apner; retvieuces us 10 ub:..;y.
MUST HAVE WORK
Voung nun tieeds work for bocra and
room. I'hon Dougiaa 42S4.
H'lMj ni.iii ..ova joM.tion as bar
tendir; experienced. 8 fil.V Ue.
WHITE lady drlrea steady place of
day work; neat, conscientious; does not
disappointment engagements. I'lion It,
Will 11. uouiaii uabiirs oay work;
and c.an "'el. D. 0740.
Vol Ml lauy wants position as stenog
rapher; sinail waKts to start; best of lei
ernces. Web. 2ti;tl.
RESPECTABLE, refined .experienced,
middle aged lady desire position art
housekeeper for widower with small
family. 1' 904. lire.
EVERY housewife desirous of a nice
dessert shrould try DmseUs pure ice
cream. If Mrs. F, R. Davis, HMli Capitol
Ave, w ill come to The Be office within
three days wo will give her an order for
a quart brick of this fine Ice cream
LIVE STOCK MARKET OK WEST
Ship your stock to South Omaha; av
mileage and shrinkage, your consign
ments receive prompt a ad careful atlaji-
LIVE jSTOCK COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. Byers Bros. Co. Strong and responsible.
'OOIBHtiS.. 2M-' r.xcmin e nTilg,
o7eat West. Com. Co.. Omaha i Denver
VV. li. SMITH SON just handie sueep.
W. F. DENNY Oi CO.. :itl Exeh. Uldg.
TAQO BROS, handle can., nogs, sneep.
Clay. Koblnson At Co., J Exon. Hldg.
KAIl.WAY TIME CAKD
n rit,f Mtlo intfc nsjtl Wfsilff.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA:
Auburn lnal h 1M pin till M am
title co, M. rl, Mlnnrapolts A
mm i 'ie ill fiiilifl n Unl rfh
Mat csino to lo hnmo and en I
leied wlihout niiii or pet mls-Onri. lie
f'ltlhrr mid ihni ll. Nil ! is-fil!
hl i lit I ii i II
i limit mio, i h" i ai-e
M'YEY OUTPf lNTS LANGFORD
..' :?." pn
,. I am
Sioux City Expres
r'loux City I'ass...
t win City I'asa.,..
lb) daily except Sunday,
enly. (a) duhv.
tili m m
b 12 pra
b 43 ant
h a 56 pin b 10 am
ifli ia es
TO THE ORIENT
Br th most palallit
eralslag steamer afloat
is. "victoria luisr
Balling from Keiv Tork
JANUARY Mi 1IU
Police of Mugio City Hvr. All They
Wmit to Attend To. t
JOE CHEL0UD DIES OF INJUH1ES ail(l Ridl
Womeu Donors to
1 ATcricnn tighnr Tins Better
ltiich-Ti nled ?mmy.
It, BP-tlN, the
MKIIII ! It rf ,K N sml
lb OHIkM'. Ol ngn
ul nixtanl. The VICTOKIA
I.l'lMM" Is qnli-t1 with ery
aodera ftnr. proTldlog ererj
bicnry auil eomfort oa long
Alto Cruise fa Wxif isfl-. fsiits Jmertea,
Arv4 I At WorU, H' s4 tlHft. '.
Send for Illaitrete Booklet
list W. Randolph St., Chicago, or local agt
rti. I. 1100 up. for :i !. Incluitlni all hnr
v.-urKHi. vllli Brill. Alrl. Or, Turky,
Holy I Anil. Ktvnt. Itslr. Kto. 10 Kuror-s Tours.
KKANK C. I'ltKK. Times fiMt . New Tork.
W. . HOCK. HU Fsrasm strut. Omsb.
Ptockholdcra Meeting of Th Union
Notice Is hereby given that the. annual
meeting of the stockholder of Tint Union
Land Company for the election of llv
directors and the transaction of inch
other business a may legally como be
fore the meeting, will b held at the
office of the Oeneral Solicitor, Union
I'aclflo Hraduuartei Building, loth and
Dodge sirrtits. Omaha, Nebraska, on
Monday, the Sth uay of January, 191 il,
at 10 o'clock A. M.
Th stock transfer books will ba closed
10 day previous to iho meeting
New York City. N. T., Dec. Is, 1911.
Intersiai Co. Hetter -esuits. Snip lo us.
CL1 FTl5NCom. Co. 22TKxuh a n g Bl d g.
HI ' R K EFcK LY CO.. 201 Exch HldgT
L. K. ROBERTS st CO.. 22U Exun. Hldg7
Cox t Jones Com. Co.. bunch of litisr lers.
THE eatilefft way to find a buyer for
your farm is to Insert a small want ad
in the Do Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the kiat of Iowa, 44,uu0 daily.
Th Capital Is read by and believed In by
th Blanii palters iowa, who simply re
fuse to permit any other paper ut their
liotr.es. Rates, 1 cent a word a day; Si.2i
per line per luoulii; count nix ordinary
woras to lb un. Addles i-e Jdoiue
capital, ! iioiuea, la.
RATTAN baby buggy, good as new.
Inquire J128 S. 26tli St. 'i'iione Uuiney
ONE high school uniform for boy about
17. also Eclipse gas stove. Benton 720.
THE more you eat the more you want
of D. J. o llrlon'H candy. Delicious and
tasty. If Miss A. Nelson. 45." Ssiitn 24tli
St., South Omaha, will pome to The Be
office within three days wo will give her
an ordor for a tW-cent box of O'Brlcn'i
A Mew Truss
NEW INVENTION. ACTION ANU
Does not f-'pread the rupture open in
ternally as convex pads do. Write fur
THE TYRRELL TRCSrt CO.,
37M1 Broadwny, New York City.
K-IMV liLOUD REMEDY,
niadiuli Pharmacy, )2tlt and Dodgs.
Mar.-age, Klitenhuuse, .'Jx old ttoalon bid.
YoUNU wonn.-n t-ouung to omalia as
Hangers tire Invited to visit tho Young
Women's Christian association building
at Seventeenth and fat. Mary's Ave.,
where they will bo directed to suitable
boarding place cr otherwise aasiateu.
Look for our travelers' aid at tltu Cm -it,
At i. -a Lhii, mauicuriiiK. vibratoi ina
rsge treatments. R. 1, 2d floor, lM'.l Dodg.
v fa teiii auu tei ar an kihos ot sc.t.a
machines, lnd. A-lOtiX Douglas lOtil
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
lath and Harney Sis.
HINDOO 1 ..J.J.I'4.1 .Hi! build. biaC.,
strengthen, Me. BELL DRUQ CO.
At A A I i iKaimcni. Mrs. Steele
4 EOI Dodge. Ground floor.
'J'AKb In.ili uctions in maHHage and
Swtdlsh movement cure. 4H Ware Blk.
MAanAub sviui.ti nioveiiisni; noihmg
letter for rheuinatlam; ladies. II; gsnl c
men, J I 60. Apt. 2. 1MJ2 Fainam. D. t4ti.
MAC.V' l"ri 1 maimenl. E. ilron, ,u
tlAiltJ l.tAF PICE CONr.S ileal
Itmeuy lor itcmng, bleeding or piotrud-i'-K
llie; iO.- poaipaia; aampi free, bow
man Ac Mui.onnell Drug Co., Oniatia.
i.i!:r:t'N, mask suits to hire. I'll How'd
1HE B.U.rtUU. AU1 K solicits cast
elf I II. n; in lact, unLU.ng vu do no,
need. We collect, repair auc anil, at lit
.n. llth St., tor cost o( cuiieclton, to tha
vtoithy poor. Cud 'ii'Oiiu Duugias 4124
ji.o wagons win can.
M ASS Mil'' Lath, salt glow aromatic
.Mi.jKj-.ivJx-. iceatinenl. Mm. AUsu
Clncago, lvt F. 17th fti , iJt flour. D. iuu
Mis. Siiyoci, iua:.iagc, electrical treat
ment, i l'Ui..-Jl:, lot I) A: Pl.rce. D. 4ivj.
Dr. ilurke, Aoiiieii s u.sLaae. i Doug, ii
NO NEED of worrying about (lessen
when Dalzed is in town. If Mrs. M
liiaull, iMl Duu:;e St., will riunc to The
lie ofilco within three days we will give
iier an order tor a cju.ut brkk of tins
Hue leu cream.
I'1)CLT1S AND ri'.T STOCK
bciocnuigt,, H w pel' ioo. vv agoer, sol N. is.
" i; EA LrjTATK
Flectrin gas fixture. Omaha Bilver Co.
Ideal Cement clone- Co., I'm ar.J Cuming.
"Fuchs-hon Bhiid. pa.iulng. decorating.
l'.OOr'TNti PAiNl. buliuing paper, plat
ter boa td. Amer. Sup. ' o.. !.. Nicholas
Mavui)- ton., jobber, iiualy. v6. UU.
1.U20 ACRE HA.NOI1.
Wheeler county, Neb., about S miles
from county svat, said to be dark sandy
loam wan clay subsoil, much of it suit-
ahie lor tanning. 4 room house, barn
32X4(1, uhunuauce of Water. Vvili take
Improved ptoperty for Jb.iujo or io.ooo, in
part payment. Price $i..u per acre.
il'Ul'.li REAL LS't'A'lE CO.,
106 Pearl Street,
Council Blutts, la.
CLIMATIC. HEALTH. SOIL. WATER.
iops and prolils sure. Fruit and alfalfa.
Covernmeni. Irrigation. Cnnslueilng cost
and proilLH, wc oner tnc best on th mar
ket, t ome a.l nglit. Hartshorn k iu. ,
.atihbad, tsew Mexico.
ISO ACRES. In Lyman county. South
Dakota, for sale. Address D tk3. Be.
RUSK COUNTY. WIS., cut-over hard
wood lands; wholesale prices; any s.xed
tract; ciy loam soil. In dairy and clover
belt; good markets, school and churches;
easy terms. Wntu for maps and in
formation. Arpln Hardwood Lumber
Company. Grand Rapids, Wis.
Sarpy Go, 150 Acres
Best Bargain Near Omaha;
$100 PER ACRE. ADVANCES TO ia
IF NOT HOLD BY JANUARY 1.
One-half valley land, with gradual
slope, one-half upland, gently roiling.
The soil Is Al. tSood Improvements ron-I'.-uns
of good, lai'Ke, wed bunt sevsn
loolil house, goud barn for lout teen head
with buy mow for forty tons; good or
chaid, numerous oilier buildings. Lay
witlilit three and omi-half miles of Pa
pillion and within seven and one-half
rnilts of Souln Oinana, the great live
stock market and handy to other towns;
choice, location and a good prooucing
if you want tho best bargain near
Omaha then make It your busmesa to
sen me oil this TucMjuy if iokfible, be
fore tho advance.
By all means, bring wife If neceseary.
(One-half cash by March 1.)
OR1N S. MERRILL COMPANY,
Room 1213-V2H City Nat. Hunk Hldg.
IIAI.I. CUL.Al'1 FAKJU.
GO-ACUii. uuuy unu, all new puildings,
bunging owner e.uuo per year. omy
W.VA.: A snap. Will Dill liustu.i,
1,1 ami Isiand. Neb.
FOR SALE Cloud farm tracts: S00 acres
dined tiuuiand. 1 acres upland ail thor
oughly oimiico. Win luin.an teuu for jv
head came. A-aou espectany auaptcd ij
uairyiiig and uccefbio.ts to good tnarfcat.
UooU v.ulc-1. House and bJin jiiel vunc
pivied coaling l,M uounded oa two
by county load, one nine from
otin.ol UO pusiotiicit. Lies kuiiabi Ij
suuuivlu into small iracik if so utsutsa.
I'licv, iuu i -ci. i art rusn; terms
on bwiauce; no cuimnlsslviiis. li luirusld
t:uiiaftUu iu:uituia.i witu uwf. vjm.
V. warren, vtcp piesident jistui.a,
..una. ttfnu, As.onu, oregoii-
Fanners L. S. Com. Co.. 'trnt r.xcnaoKS
Deposit proceeds of snipnienls In Stock
Yard Nsit'l bank. Only bank at yards,
Martin Bros. 4t Co., 2W-4 Exch. Bldg.
OMAHA. T1IK OIIAIX MARKET.
NVbraska-lowa Grain Co.. '4 Hrltndela,
WEEKS DRAIN CO.. giH
consignments soltclteC TJi
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HEAL tSIATli L.OA.N8
WANTED City loans anu wa.rubia. W.
I'aniain emltn tt Co . ism r aiuajn bl
OMAHA tiupciiy atid Nebraska Land a
OKLfc.sc HtAI. LSiAikl CO.
101G New oiuaha Nuti Mult Building.
t A nil t.uA.sV uttr Omaha; no tt-inut-Hon,
optional ajuieiit, cittup Iiiuoay,
oi in 8. Merrill. 1-t- city Nat I t-snk mug.
. Uu.NLV to luau on buma or rti
Ocuc properties, l,0uu to tw.utxi. W. it
'IH'UlAS. bvu irt Natl Ukm( Bldg.
"1UM lu ltl.uu0 iud pioiup'tly. F, ix
Wtad, Vv'aad bld.. isih aud Farnam.
WAN'i 14--Clty loau7'!iTrurcT
San Fran. Overl'd L..a:46aro
China Ut Japan F. M..a4:0jpm
Oregon Express ..all SSpm
Los Angeles Limited. .aU:46 pm
Denver Special a 7:04 am
Centennial Stale Spe'l all:3o pm
Colorado Express aa:30pm
Oregon-Wash. L't'd...al2:&u put
North Plane Local. ...a :1 am
Grand Island Local. ..a 6:30pm
StrouiSburg Local. . .bl2:41ptu
CUtvutlu, lloch. lalana v Pacific
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Chicago Iay Express. a 6:45 an: a 4 .10 pm
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Des Moines Local Pas. a i .il pm alM2 pm
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Chicago Limited a t:K pm
Twin City Limited a 8:35 pm
Twin City Expres....a 8:4J am
Local Passenger a 6:I pm
Omaha St. Louis Eg. .a fi'.30 pm
Mall and Exprs a 7:02 am
Stanb y L. (from C.R.)b 5:00 pm
Chicago Expres a 7:00 am
Chicago Umltad a t:00 tun
Missouri Pnclfrc .
K. C. &. St. L. Ex... a :20 am
1C C. t 81, L. Ex....atl:i pin
Cbleago At Kortk ncittrn-
Minn. -ft. Paul Kx... .a 7:00 am
Minn, -St. Paul L t d. .a 7:4)0 pm
Twin City Express ..a 7:4u am
tiloiix City Local ...
Mum. Ac Dakota Ex
Twin City Limned ,
Miuueaoia Express .
Carroll Local a r;uo am
Daylight Chicago a 7:40 am
Chlcagu Local al0i pn:
Colorudu-l'hicago a 1:10 pm
Chicago Special u 0:0.' pin
1 ac. Coasi-Chlcago....a b.Ji put
Los Angeles Limited.. six) pm
Overrun Lii:ui4 a tu
Carroll Local a . pm
Fast Moil a k;A ui
Cti-a: itapids, bloux ft
Ciiiisnnial Mai i.un. 12 40 am
Lone Pin a li.ou ara
Nottulk-Dallas a i w am
Long Fine Lincoln... -a t ii pm
llat:ngs-DUpeiiur ... 2.15 pm
Deadwuod-ilot tu'gx .a 3.W pm
LSjusr-l.aliuei a ' put all.twpui
r i eiiioni-Aibion b L.M pm It I -id pal
Cblcuuu, Mllnssltr V t. Pawl
Ovarlar.d Limited a 7 bv pm :. am
Perry Local a So am ll.ou pta
Colorudo Express .. ..a C.oO pm 3.2a pin
Culoi ado Special a;Jam k:uo uia
Perry Local b k.U pui 12.0V put
-'IratU t IllMS
Notice la hereby given that, the An
nual Meeting of the Stockholders ot th
Omaha (las Company will bo held at the
office of the Company, loOO Howard St.,
at 10:30 a. m., Monday, January I, 1UI2,
tor tha election ot Director tor th en
suing year, and for the transaction of
such other business as may como before
! RANK T. HAMILTON.
OEOROK W. CLABAUGH.
Omaha. Dec. 16. 1911. Secretary.
D 22d lOt
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Bee liulldlng company will be he'd
at the office of aald company,' Omaha,
ehrsska. at 4 o'clock p. m. Tuesday.
January 18, 191, for the .election of to
board of directors tor the ensuing year.
and for the transaction ot such other
business as may properly coin Colors
My order of the president
' .- . P. FttU -Secretary, r
Office of EEE-c.LABcl-ANDUb.E8EN
HAKJJWAKE COMPANY, Omaha, Ne
braska, December , l-l I Notic 1 hereby
given to the stockholder of Lee-Uiaas-noreesen
Hardware company that lu
annual meeting of th stock noidara of in
Company will be held at the uitic of
saiu company, corner ot Ninth and Har
ney street, in th oily of Omaha, In th
stata ot Nebraska, on Tuesday, January
U. A. D., 112., at 3 o clock p. m., for th
purpos of electing a board of director
lor the company to scrv during th ensu
ing year, and to transact auch uiner
business as may be presented at suvo
meotlng. Attest; W- M. cuass, iocr.
lary; 11. J. Lux. President,
.a g 46 pui
a 7:4 am
a t:0 pm
a 1:4 pra
a 915 am
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a S.2H pin
a 16 am
a 7:30 am
all. ow un
a 6:10 pra
a i.U pin
a 4-i pm
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a 3 2V pin
a a.lj an,
a M pm
a 2:33 pre
11. li pm
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a 6:20 pm
a : put
Denver 4 California, i 4.lo pin a t .. pm
Puget Hound Expres i 4.10 pm a I 44 pin
Nebraska points i s:20 am a I pm
H ack Hills a 4:10 pm a 4 pm
Lincoln Mall b 1:24) piu ali li pm
Northwest Express. ...all a pm a i .ou am
Nebraska points a -0 am a (10 pm
Nebraska Express a :1a am a 10 pm
Lincoln Local a am
Bchuyler-lisllsmjuth b 3:0 pm blO 20 am
Lincoln Local b D O am
plsilsmouth-lowa a t.lt am a W aia
Hfllevut.-liattmout!i al2:M pm a i 40 pm
t hicago Special a 7. IS am all li pm
Tenvr Sptolal all 35 pm a 7 w) pro
Chicago Express a 4 20 pm a 3 M pm
Colo. Fast express. ...a :3o pin a 00 am
Iowa Local a 9.15 am alo.JO am
t iesion tla.) Local. ...b I ) pin bio am
St. luis Express a 4 3j pm all is) am
K. C. AV St. Joseph alt) 44 pi i a t o ant
K. C. i St. Joseph.... 14 am a .Ui pa
U. C cl Juatpn... a t. jo put
FROPOSALS FOit LEUUINUB CHIEF
Uuartermaster'a Office Federal Building.
Chicago. Illinois, October Jlh, 11)11.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, subject to
th usual conditions, will b received at
this ol I Ice until 13 o dock m., January 3d,
1012, and then opened, for furnishing and
delivering at either the Boatou. New
Yurk, Philadelphia. St. LoUia or Chicago
depot of th (Quartermaster' - Depart
ment: 260,000 pair Legging; subject to
Increase of not to exceed 60, if de
aired by this Department. Right la re
served to reject or accept any or all
proposal or any part thereof. Preference
will b given io article oi uomeatio man
u fait ur, conditions of iiuallty and prlc
(including In the pile of foreign produc
tion or manufacture th duty thereon)
being equal. Standard sample can be
seen, and specif nation, blanks fur pro
posals and full Information will be fur
nished upon application -at thla office.
Envelopes containing proposal to be ln
doisrd "Proposals for Leggings to be
opened January 3d, "1312." Colonel Jnu
L. Clem, Chief Wuartermscr.
Appeal for Million
for Peabody Memorial
NEW YORK, Dec. 2o.-An appeal to
f i lends of education In America for SLOW,
0 to make the (leorge Peabody college
for itiicher at Nashville, Ttnn., a great
final memorial to Mr. Peabody ' benefi
cent service to the south, as the educa
tional crown of the tyeteni of schools
now established In that section, Is made
In a long statement from the trustee of
the Ptabody education fund Issued to
tiiirht. The Iruxteet) give notice of liavlnr
voted to close. Hie trust in pursuance
of the permission given them bv the
founder, after having distributed mil
lions in building up the state systems
of public schools, aiding the develop
ment of rural school and establishing
departments of education In the stats
"Since lh7.'.," the statement continues,
"tha Peabody fund ha aided In main
taining the Peabody Normal college at
Nashville, Tenn., as th central and
leading normal school for the south.
Hi closing the trust, th trustees have
undertaken to found a a successor to
this th Ceorge Pea)ody college fur
Th statement goes on to explain that
this Institution Is to t for th higher
education of tt-aehoa throughout the
To this end trustee have jiven a sum
of II OOu.Ouo concurrent with gift In the
elate cf T nnesaee, county of Davidson,
and tho city cf Nashville, amounting to
tAUn0 and alxtten acres of land with, the
building by the University of Nashville.
lu the final dissolution of the Peabody
fund, the trustees hava offered to endow
the college wlthh an additional lViu,lu
provide! within two year from Nuvoin
btir 1, l'.'ll, the college raise
I.altr Flaherty crlnnal? 4 at la
tlnarrrl Frank Halrbraat
l:n,lo nletlile trie
At 4 o'clock Monday rvcnlng Hank
Klsfeltler. captain of the day detail of
police, sat In his office fellc ittlit himself
and the police force generally iiihiii th
law-abiding manner In which the "hoi
pnliol" of the Magic City had celebrated
j the day. At : p. in. the captain
still nn duty and all his men with Mm
In a difficult effort to sav the city front
th eternal how-wows.
It came Ilk a cyclone th HuthurM of
festal activity among the many patrons
of ths budge psrlors which had don a
rushing business all day.
At one time the police wrre trying to
bring order In six different places. For
the most rart, however, th outbreak
were not serious, and the bibulous one
were quickly relegated to the safe deposit
vaults of th John Brlggs Trust company.
Captain Hank Klsfelder and John
Dworak In detailing their men gave them
orders to maintain a vbttlanoe for gangs
and crowds that might evolve Into street
I'beloatt Die nf lalarlea.
Jo Ciieloud, for many years an employe
of the city street department, died at th
South Omaha hospital yesterday morning
at 2:15 o'clock from Ihe effect of Injuries
sustained Saturday night when a west
bound train of ths Missouri Pacific rail
road crashed Into him at Railroad avenue
and X street.
Cheloud was going to his home at the
time the accident occurred, and Is thought
to hav become confused by the noire
aud tha blinding light ot the locomotive.
He was removed to the local hospital,
where Dr. A. II. Koenlg performed an
operation on his skull In a vain effort
to save the man's life. Ilia death was
expected by the physicians who attended
him at th tlmu of tha accident.
Cheloud was 54 years of ago and Is sur
vived by a widow and four children.
For many yeara th deceased has been
a familiar figure on the streets of South
Omaha among the force ot the city street
commissioner. He was also active In lodge
The body la In charge ot Janda St
Norlsko, who have nut yet completed the
In a row last night at Bridget Kelly'
boarding house. Twenty-seventh and Q
streets, Luke Flaherty was cut and seri
ously wounded In the left groin by a
man named Daley.
Daley and Flaherty It seem were en
joying their Christmas dinner when
Daley lifted his voice above th tone
used In the best society. Flaherty ob
jected and the cutting la aald to have
been the result of the ensuing fracas,
Pi'. A. 11. Koenlg dressed th wounded
man's Injuries and allowed him to go
home while the police took charge ot
Frank Salebrant, the pronunciation of
whose patronymic is significant ot hi
Jovial disposition, undertook a demon
stration against the police when he
opened fire, 'tlh a forty-four Colta' in
the vicinity tt Thlrty-nlnllt and N
streets yesterday afternoon.
Salebrant It seems considers a police
man In the light of an affront and pecu
liarly personal insult. Yesterday having
celebrated a '?e WV over the measure
he went out into the open to advise an
unxtoua world that liberty waa but a
namo to tbe man who could not do any
thing and anyone h wished at any time.
In order to Impress the nilghbors with a
sense ot his contempt for the established
order of things Salebrant directed a rapid
and effective volloy of shot at tho po
lice box at Thirty-ninth and N street.
Officer Jack Ouaghan, who maintain
order and eleganco along the N street
beat, allowed Salebrant to empty his re
volver, after which tho doughty officer
alono und unassisted ' placed the cele
brant Salebrnnt undue rrest. uuaghan
Is modest over hi capture but the Car
negie neio committee has bocu notified.
Threat ot Patriae.
Word l hereby conveyed to the pollen
uf the village on the north that they will
find the body of Joe Buffer, a young
gentleman of color. ' somewhere In the
neighborhood of Thirteenth and Cuming.
At least this Is what Joe informed til
pouse In a letter addressed to her at
her rooomlng house, 2426 Q street.
Joe ban recently soen very hard lines.
A few clay ago he was carved about
the head by an Irate negro at Jim Podd's
pool room. Happily ho recovered, but
seems to have fallen Into a state, of
acute melancholia arising from a lack of
Ills wife, who has not seen him fur
some time, w jh surprised to get his letter
with tho threat of suicide contained
therein. She presented It to tho local
police, who will Investigate the reported
demise of Joseph.
Maarlc City (;olp.
Miss Oelirude Casey has gono to Boone,
la., for a visit with rrlullve.
Dr. leo Deltnnry of Spaiildlng, Neb.,
Is the guest ot his relatives In tin city.
Chief Brlggs yesterday ordered a Christ
mas dinner for twelve of tha city guests.
I'hone Bell South HrttInil. F-lfWt for n
case of Jetter Hold Top. Prompt delivery
to any part of the city. William Jetter
The funeral of Inte D. R. Hamilton
will be held this morning al 7 o'clock
from Brewer'g chapel to Laurel Hill
Thomas Kirk, Twenty-sixth and O
street, became suddenly demented Sun
di.y and wu removed io tho asylum al
Mrs. Van Alstlne of Twenty-fourth and
D street reports to the police tnat a
turkey was stolen from her back porch
last Satuiday night. The police. Iiavti a
Mrs. Isabella Swan died yeeterdav at
the residence, tt.'U North Twenty-third
street, at the age of so years. She was
th mother of Mrs. Oeorge Olb'-a. The
funeral will be held Wednesday after
iiotm at 2 o'clock from the Olblis real
dene. Rev. Mr. Pollock officiating, lu
termsnt In West l-awn cemetery.
Ralph Van Sant. Twenty-fourth and F
, I rens, win be married on January 3 to
Miss Maligall Ken wick of Oladstoiie, III.
Mr. Van Sant ami tils biltl have been
sweethearts from childhood, botli grad
uating In the 07 class of lb local high
scllooi. Tho brldn 1 the daughter of a
foi titer pastor of one of tbe South Omaha
Mr. Oeorge Jones, after a brief III-
nee, died yesterday at her late residence,
lii: North Twenty-thlid street. The fu
lieial will be held Wednesday afternoon
al 3 o'clock from the house. Rev. A. O
Whit officiating Member Of th Order
of the Esxltrn Star will attend Ilia f.
nersl In a body. Interment will be made
111 Forest Lawn cemetery.
Hubert Ileeber ha registered a pro
test with I he police against the action
of an N street pawnbtoker named 1-ety.
Il.eher leatdt at 2416 K street and cam
to ibis city soma four months ago from
febaridan. He purchased furuituia on th
lniallmnt plan aud claim to hav paid
three rcvcial payment llivlvou. lie ad-
Y M C A Remembered
,m;w voiik. i 'e. . ! i he i or int
navy surptiaeil John D Hockefeller, Mr
Rusvell Sane and Mi-- Helm Ooiihl with
Christmas present" totlav III ppi eclat Ion
nf the help tliev haj given to th Young
Men Christian aso lailon In Ihe paw.
A committee of f on hluelerkrt f t om
ships which make thrlr Imme port Nor
folk. Va , ciinie heie with a hamUoni
t.ibl rover, whlth the sailors themselves
had embroidered, working out th various
niifal emhlesos with great skill and pre
sented It tn Mr. Itoi krftiler while he was
dining with his family at his town hous
today. The retired oil magnate told the
hoy he was made very happy with tho
remembrance. The hots In turn told him
how much the naval Young Men' Chris
tian association at Not folk, for which
Kir. Rockrfeller had furnished the funds,
was appreciated. The. committee was
made up of R. Winger of the New
Hampshire, A. J. Collins of the rioiils
tana, It. J. Mlllrr or the South Carolina
and John Filmier of the Vermont.
Two other sudors, M. Herwlg and A.
Adnmson of the battleship Delaware.
made present of a fine French clock to
Miss tl.itiM and two. doaen American
beauty rose to Mrs. Huge In behalf of
the naval Young Men a Christian asso
ciation of Brooklyn, of which the estab
lishment and maintenance was made pos
sible, by their gifts.
Mr. Adamson reported that both Mrs.
Page and Miss Onuld were much pleased.
"Cap" Anson Saves
Lives of Two Skaters
CHICelO. Pec. 2f..-Aurlan S. (Cap)
Anson, veteran of the base ball diamond,
saved two young boy from drowning In
a lagoon at Jackson park this afternoon.
Anson was playing golf when he saw th
two boy break through the thin Ice of
the Iggoon and sink from sight. Plung
ing Into th lagoon, Anson rescued and
swam to shore with one boy at a time.
While making his two trip into the Icy
water Anson was Hvrely chilled, but
aid tonight he expected no bad effect
from the exposure.
BOUT 0013' JV7ENTY ROUNDS
tlrlf) (.Ma Ii fume Severe I'ns.
Ishmen ' I" pi a III Opponent,
but I last l.ark team
NTPNKY, N". ' V., Dec. 2l.-ln the
fight ye,tert'y I teen Sam McVcy and
Mam l.angfn-tl. t .th American pugilists,
McVey wiin hn l lit is.
The bout ent the scheduled twenty
rounds. In t,lt : 1st and second honors
wore fairly evn . bull men showing
caution, but li.nd ng hard. In the third
round Lang lord i rorcd u heavy right to
tho Jaw. McVry 'm back with a honk
Moled si nt l.snur nil to liie floor, but he
got Id Oi -.inn 'ilutrly.
The fifth round Am McVrv'n. He con
tinued, to lend I Ii (I to tho J.iw and
lungful d's mou t and tcngue were
bl. oiling and lot - v.iicd iluxrd.
By Ihe ninth om.l Mi Vey lisd piled
up many sunts n.l l.angforU had been
cm! loncd for us- lg bis fiirtarm.
Itoin shotted s1 .nt of punishment and
I Langfor.l had k m irked rllacoloratlon
and swelllni ovei Ma nght tyc. MoVey'e
mouth and untie were bleeding.
It was gb'e anc take In the tenth, hut
tin eleventh am twelfth were lJng
ford s. MjVey's left, which had done
considerable exec ttlnn up to tlile time,
btKsn to lose su -n:. For the next five
round th in ti sparred few heavy
blows were exc- ancd. Langfotd was
aggressive h'Jt dcVey out boxed him.
Langfurd' eye w i closed light, hie op
ponent frciiuttitt) landing on tin shin-,
Loth were Until and mora than cau
tion in th nine l iriih and when the bel
rang for thJ twin 'eth, they came wearily,
Into the ring, al lest too exhausted to
they clinched hroughout the round.
All through the light both men showed
gamenee and foi ht with extreme fair
ness, the crowd owing Its appreciation
hy fretiucnt uppl .use. but the verdict,
giving the fight t McVcy on point was
vigorously booted .
Eighteen thousa 4 spectators witnessed
the contest, which took place In the open
air under a bm ng sun. The betting
was four to flv , Longford being the
In-fighting was tot nllowed.
POSSIBILITY OF RETURN
OF MISSING BUEHLER GIRL
CH1CAOO, Deo, 2d.- Possibility f the
return of Violet Buehler, missing foster
daughter of Mr. Anna Bushier ot Chi
cago, was renewed tonight when Mr.
Buehler received an Indirect message
Stating that the girl would be with her
within twenty-four hour.
Th message I said to have come from
detective who are searching for the girl,
but no Information regarding their clue
Mra. Buehler prepared tn remain on
watch all night at her apartment so that
she might bo ready . tu receive her
There Is no better medicine made for
rolda than Chamberlaln'a Cough Remedy,
It acta on nature's plan, relieve the
lungs, opens the secretion.' aide expec
toration, and' restore the system to a
healthy Condition. For sale by all drug,
gist. . i
ST. LOUIS SCCCta WEN
DEFEAT .CHAMP .-'TEH?
ST. LOl'18, Hi.,; U-., Stt.-Bt IJiuln
Soccer foot hall r.!yr- today laid Calm
to the champions lp of rtie t'nMe.l suites,
the rsult of fie gnmo thla artiM-boon,
In which the Inn afallt ut St- UjulV U
teated the Tacon" teur. of Pliitiv VMa.
t to 1. Expert v lanyl todav'r 't;mtr-l
waa th fastest .-er played hor-.'- .
The Phlladelphl ma. who, It If Ylgtuie
Inst only four gmo in threa -rasons,
went Into the ot )tMit slightly r.itigued,
as the result of he ,l"nuou Ce battle
on a muddy fie!-' vralrrday wttlt the St.
lytos, looal cliim im The visitors one
point waa due :l exreltement on the
part of the Iocs, ' bricks, one ot whom
sent the ball thr ugh 11s own goal.
Th key to sot In. business lg the
Jullcloue and per rtU uae of newspaper
advertising. .' , -
"The Favorite Rye
of Six Generations"
The SCHENLEI bottle is
full of pure'rje, because
theSCHENLEY labelsaya so.
is 4 times distilled in copper.
(Ordinary waliktr sot uu ra than twice)
This means absolute purity
dcUcate flavor extra
Bottled in Bond
Each bottl is sealed with
the U. S. Government i tamp.
Its ane is guaranteed by the
Ita purity by the Schenley
. Distilling Company.
Its quality speaks for Itself.
When you buy Rye, buy Schenley. Atalldea:us.
Schenley Distilling; Company, Lucco, Pa.
Electric Lighted Sleeper
and Fort Wo rth
Leaving Omaha Daily at 5 P.M.
Through train tlaily, Omalui o Fort
Worth, TVxas, via Lincoln, lJt.Uxillo,
Mc Fa rln ml, Kansas, anl Oklahomi v nts,
jiiovitlimr; hplcnilid trvicp.
Low liouiestM'ker'B fairs to a poiot?
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tlays, ami Winter Tourist tickets on sal
tlaily to all points in Texas.
Close, connections at KI Ifeno for Ok
lahoma City, Amarillo and intet nediate
For (Mailed inform tti-u addiess,
J. S. McNAIiLY, Dh Faf. Agent,
1322 Taniaia 5ticet. .
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