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THU HKE: OMAHA, HI I DAY. DKCKMItKK 20, 1311.
OKKKItKIl FOR KF.XT
. partuirnta n d Flats.
"-HO(jM A PA HTM F.N'TS In Hie Cali
fornia. See Janitor. Douglas r.1'37.
No NKKI of worrying sbo.it dessert
w her. T inlx.il li In town. If Mrs. A. Case,
W' Merefllth Avi.. will come to- The Pee
otIU e within three days we will give her
un order for a quart brick of mil film
room flat on Herman Ave. Wen. iTfci.
; and 4-r moil, apartments. Mf B 2.M.
!?9Pi Farnain. a strictly modern, hooted
apartment, with ess range, (linden, eur
tsln rods, hot and ooUI wa'or the vear
ground and steam hi at f urhrshed. $53 In
winter and Ui In summer.
PAYNK H LA T K Jt C O.
So'e Agtw.Tith Floor. Om, Nat. Hk. Illdg.
NKW 4-room modern suite In the Tha
liMn, of positc Clarkson hospital; also an
other unite March 1. Write W. Sedgley.
2S44 Oilrasro St. r. . i ..
" Kbit rknt ' T,;TTT
A 4-room, Vteam-heatrd ' auattmeTiti
thoroughly lninltTn. new. ln'th' Central,
j2.k S. 1Mb St. Vacant Jan. 1, ll.
I. V. -8HOLKK CO., '
M Cltv Xufl Hank Hldg. Tel. Doug. X
SK9 N. 17th. .r.","bmt tuilshi. tt.
J. W. HASP A CO.. Doug. lo3.
Houses anil Cotlaars.
ITijS S. 13tli St 6-room cottages; water
and gas. Red tWBl.
THINK Cential. cheapest i-rooin houas
wf.th bath, baaenient, la city. Apiy ::)
N. d '
"V L1j PAPER Plnting. tPer nans
IIAWiim UUBg glaslhg. plctura
framing. Monse.n, NU3 rani . .e. H. bJM.
rioUSKHOTZ) Ul ODS parked. for"
warded; cheap freight rates; moving and
wtoiing. Kxprassm'.-n's Delivery Co. Tel.
Douglas Si City oiflce. S. 17th SL
Central, neuin heat; ad mod.; 7-r., h.;
hall.- bathroom, baxeinent. N. ad.
OMAHA (.XI'. L'u., moving van and
rtoraite. Trunks, bugguga del. L.
aiu Nv 17th.
Uoiiglaa iH 77.
T-KuoM ho'. nr. fH. ti-iu(in. JJ-. llan
fcom park: muiiern. IMvonn Harney liv.
Jlnimoti ln a" ra"a of th city.
icOS MAHLfc ai'., looms, mo-iuin ex
cpt furnace. $28. lU'.l, 433 Kam. U.
":4oj; A-44Xi. i".
lioueea. ins. Kingwalt, Hrandela Th. Bldg.
67J c. 2m Di., 5 toviiuft, compieta y
modern, b 'X. Hail. 2J Hamge. 1J. 74M
2in 1X)L'GLAS a rooms modern except
heeit. .) per month. Tel. LiouKlaa lv0S.
l'OR RENT All moueiii, ntwiy pttpar
, b-room cottage. Webster 4JJJ or vail
ct 3f''S Amea Ave.
Four tituiuun.d, biiiu bad toiiei on aec
end floor; large family room, lining
loom, outiery-Kitchen, lefrigeraior room,
liall and vestibule on tirn - tloor; full
cement basement, with toliel; turnaco
rieat; ever) tiling first class and aulctly
modern. Located at lill Ueorgia Ave. bee
he owner ul 1WJ Ucuigia Ave., or iiono
ft-ROOM house, lint water beat, gas and
electric light; wnudi'w. 270a Bristol.
HJK it-.N '.1 isew lo-room modern
li-i'ick r.o'uso, .ikl- Harney; ready Jan. 1,
liot water heat.
inquire '1. j. u'Crlen. llrnshaw hotel.
Phones, p. 1216, 11-10LH.
JsM CIllCAUo S I'UKKT.
WAJ.KINU UisTAM'fc, ao.Ol).
Vine. almoKt new, oaK Hnisne.i rittaKe,
emiiete and inouern In every respect;
lurnaee, launuiy, ilncn ciotei, eic. ;
lOonia QownstuitB, with rooms on 2d Iloor
vnnnisned. A more choice or complete
-iHtnxi cannot lv toimu In tne city.
jBAHNKN At WiLSiiN, xl Phc. !.
UMAma Vau anu feturagu Co. packs,
moves, aiorta houaeboid gvioua. b'iroprouf
ktoragc. bOl b. loin, uiancu J o. litu.
'. 2iii Bpencer, a-r.. all mod. .'J3. .
81)4 Baylor,' B r ," mod. ex. heat, near
car and school. flT.
341V Pai ker, t-r., new, mod. ex. heat, in 8.
- 'W. ltAiFCO. Doug. UM.
: VltdOM modern cottage, cx, heat. ioM
Win. VVebtiter WS.
r Urt iio 1 or eale cneap, beautnul
new seven-room houe and uai n. Ail mod
uli; nice iocadon. 'ielepnone XJuugias Hi,
or f 'lorence IM.
' )KM S. 3oTH Av'K. Miib rooms; hot
vr'aier heat; a.eeiiiiig porch; titnsned ai
tlr. Phone H. 84.
tHi He NT The Thalian, Wi S. 25ti
Ave., fi-iwim suite; first floor; not waier
heat; best janitor service; new and up-10-uate;
MOD. iiKjiu t-ottHge: fine rep'r. H, Jt4.
b-Muuu noJnc, ruoUvrr. aceit heat, ttli
uih be, tiu,
7-room houte. modern except heat, 21)
Chai ia feu, !.
t rooms. I'd floor, 1106 N. Mth St.. mod
el 11 rxecn. oeai,
j-room cottage, modern except heat, COil
JC. Zd at.. i.
U-room hcuBu, modern except heat, 1611
0-room, 1st iloor, 10(E N. S6th St.. trtly
-ruom, ;'U tloor, 1X12 N. 2Cth St,, tolle!
.room house, modern except heat, Z30t
Irard tit., 1J.
CHHla bolfER. Xi and Cuming Kts.
tOH 4iu..s 1 i:our-ioum coitagu un
Avc.t Ltivivmi XJuuge uitu liuu.as iieta,
teee Owxtcr u. Thunua. 41.' ij mug.
'1 WO neiiiy new u-ruoni all moUern
I'ouKtn, near cur, one 1 uriushed. iianicy
IA-KOOMnl houne, not water n.al.
aa, fieciiic ngnt a.iu enauen. ,ui tliu.ol.
..-101IM lliuUtlil ai.c1 Heat, iojj vut.
'norie v. 4oes.
bturva Had. Ulilvea,
WISH to sublet kune ci five rooms ln
City Nat.onai j.n iiiug. Call l 41.3.
Nn.vv aiortt buiiuiiig iiu nioueiii ijvuig
I'ooiua upAta.ia, vtiti uu leuy 1,
' ruu or Mionc iu-i Uianu ls.anu, .Ncu.
j. ii,. Allan), 01 ana ls.auu, Neo,
- OFFEKI FOR SALE
HKDROOM furniture for sale.
PIANO, kligjitly ud, ul u bargain,
fc.gelklluin i im.o JU1. i-o.. lJtu una
ELi-CJKlC Piaiio and music box 1 e-
Jiui.in. ..cine ...Mkintie c.o., .u4 vv in.
LIGHT TOL'Cll Mo.NAltCH VLSILLE
tor lent. Tilt MO.SAHCil ilfb-
HI 1 civ CO., il k i.n. f none u 4u.
iiriKMl lilU, ALL MA.O.M.O tut
caie vr itsiti; uik'l aioca, 1mi bi ga.ua.
li. K. aiiauu wu.. in ai uaiu tu.
bMTiti fUt-Mlfcrln. moueis No. i 01
No. 4. In exvcucUb .ouaii.iuii, rvn.eu ture
inuiuiia toi d
feMlltl IHiJilKH TiTTWlUTEK Ca.
Uth and Uougias.
HKNT an Ul.vi itianur nuui in
Oliver lypriter Cu. umijiaa aim.
FOR 8A LE-Fireproof safa with double
doojs and money uii.cr; tuao uung ooi
iiet tor oince use. v.oion at iijno.aj.
24A. wvc.aLocAeU wivu iftwcouii-barid
sales, a.i uio aua nwet, kaiva.n.
American uppiy v.u. lUu t41u.il ol
KOH cLaL4 iw aiiU c4ia-uaiiU
carom anu pocatft bliiiaru iui. and
liing uiicya aua acvvMoriea, lr f.i
turas of all una., iMyiuefu Tu
lii'unawic-iMjk.-Coiii.dv.- vo., ui-4v &
FOR hA LK Two scl.olaxi Jlpa In the
Oil'Sha Couimeiuial vuilcga and one in
Heyiea oollrge. Musiae uklJt, uuia a a
ANY coruioiaaeur of uonlei i.onery wi.l
readily tell you Hint there ai e no candlt
which ran outstilna u HiIil'i In purity
ur daintiness. It Mlaa Kale Hrauter. Z:2i
olapi M, will couie to Ifce Kee ofrr
wltnlit three days we wilt give her an
order for a HO-cent bus of u'linea's randy
OFFF.UKU FOR N.U.K,
Peanut, gum. match end .
msrhlncs. Acme Machine
lls Ktrnum M.
"j Coal for ove or furnace. Try il
Harmon Weeth. Webeter MS.
K I N Dl.l N U. 4ioaoT H 'tiros V ix(7
FLF.CTR1C llanoan"d-mu'ioroT re
pairing. Acme .Machine. Co.. 31." I Leaven
ONK htKh school uniform for boy about
1. also Kcllpse g:ia atove. Pi nion 7;fl.
SKT of alelKh runnera for anv alse de
1ivervwaatinfr aaje chenp. 'V-h. S.17.
I I A M N 1 R A KO A IN S I ft' In pawn.
IM'RB WUITK. dlan.ond ring. l' K..
worth 1T. now SIS.V lllnmond Stud.
K.. worth IXS. now J5. Olamond
Stvid. Vi, K., worth $rv tiotv l.l.
loslnn out at Aurtlon every evnlngr at
S! P' tn. Frledman'a Loan Hank. 13th
FIXTUliRS FOU SALE
2 "W all cases,
counter cases with tables
, . LINDSAY,
A lew Truss
NEW INVENTION. AC HON AND
lines not spread the rupture open In
ternally as convex pads do. Write for
'IT IK TYRRKLL TRFS3 CO .
Tisti Hmedway. New Vork City.
7iay bLuui HKbiklur.
Oladish rharmacy, '?tb at,d Dodpe.
Manage. Kitienliouse. Hid Hoaton l.ld.
lUU.Nti women eoiuiiig to Omaha a
strangers nre Invited to visit the Youn
Women's Christian association building
at Seventeenth and St. Mary' Ave..
where they wiil lie directed to suliabls
boarding placea ur otherwisa assiatea.
Look for our travelers' aid at tba Cnut
v ts. lent aiui leLair ail kinds ot wiag
machines. Ind. A-lohl. loiLlas 1663.
NKbllASKA CYCLrl CO..
' 16tli and llarnev Kts.
Aiim l.aiiK. luanicui iiik, vibraUM inu.
sagn treatments. K. 1. ad floor. ItluJ Dodge.
HINDOO 1 iiiLl.iii n: build, mac.
streiiKthen. fiOe.' BULL DRt'O CO.
MASSAGl'" 'reatment. Wis. uieeie
luaokiiiujj ,;03 ijoo,,,,. o,0nd floor.
AlA&.r-AiJlv-aweuisii inuveiiieni; nothing
lieltcr for rheumatism; ladles, fl; gentle
men, tl GO. Apt. 2, lu2 Farnam. I). H0.
lt ' V'V f 1 1 tieauneni. c. tirou.
uauljlH 16thd Hoor. D. 6
HAZcL Lb-AF FlLK CON H.rS lies t
remeuy for Itching, bleeding or protrud
ing pi let.; fOc postpaid; sample tree. tur
man ec Mci'onni II lirug Co., Omaha.
LI F. H FN. mask suits to hire. l"Tl4l lo wd
'IH1-. bAUAiiUA AKlk volicits cam
olf cloiliing; In lact. anything v"u do 110:
need. We collect, repair ant (ell. at Ul
N. 11th St., lor cost of collection, to the
worthy poor. Call 'phone Douglas
end wagons will call.
MASS At" K 't glow aromaiio
.uauoauu ueaiment. Mme. Allea
Chicago. KO 8. litli rt.. 1st flour. D. Ittu,
Mrs. bnyder, massage, electrical treat
tnent. 3 Duiisauy, luth Pierce. D. t!il.
Dr. llui Ke. wollieu a u. ocai.es. 41 Doug. tM
Electric gas fixtures. Omaha Silver Co.
Ideal Cement atone Co.. l.tli and Cuming.
Fucna, Hon At mind, painting, decorating.
HOOFING PAIN, buuuing paper, plas
ter board. Amir. hup. Co., 1 in. Nicholas.
Masonry con., joblier. Healy. Web. 1241-
citv i'uiii'buiv tun balk;.
Hanscom Park Home
. At Low Lost
$l.!00 cash .and 40 ier mo. r
buys an exceptlonsliy well
built H-room modern house,
located near 32d and Pacific
ris.. The house Is of pressed
brtck and frame construc
. tlon,. built of white pine
lumber, having quarter
sawed white oak finish; 4
nice bedrooms and bam M
floor; floored attic and stair
way to same, full basement
with brlcK partitions; plate
glass windows, . etc. The
house alone could not be
duplicated for price osked '
lor whole property, which
is $4,910. Owner leaving city
account change of position
and offers place for quick
sale at this low price. In
vestigate. GEORGE & COMPANY,
Phone D-750 or A-17. '
1X12-12 City N at l Hank Bid sr.
New, Close In
Within walking distance of the bualness
district and wllliln six blocks of the post
office, renting for $1. a month. Owner
has Instructed us to cut the price lor
quick sale to $14,600. There are 7 large
rooms In each flat, fln.sneU ln oak. on
the first floors. These flats are larger
than most of the regular iluts built of
late for Investment.
HASTINGS & HE YD EN,
1114 Harney St.
Two liHr-lc nnart n if... tnnMKgn rnt'nr
for p.- month. Frtco $5 AuO. cah
will hundlft this oht.pi' iiiiim k1I. lit-r
la your t-hance of a lifetime.
1014 City National. omalia, N'cb.
YOI'H OVN 1'Kli AND TKHMS.
Owner Is deierinined to aeil beiore Jan-
vary 1. 1' Ine pmusu or 2 str.-room tuooern
aprtments; nice lot, souiii Hunt, paved
street, valuable location, near Mieintuii
Ave. ana t;oi by. on can occupy part ana
lent balance lor enough to tou r most of
monthly payment. Owner asKs tM.sco, but
wc wih MUuniiL anv inters received.
RI'SirhLli Ai M'K ITItlCK Co.,
423 Kamgf Jiidg., lot n and Itainev l-'ts
MF8T sell six room, Birlctly modern.
oak unlaned home. Full two storl-s,
near Koiintxo place. worth H.1H my
pi Ice .,iia t i v easy terms. 1'hone
ownr, Harney o2il.
FOR IS A LE Established real estate. In
surance and reptal business. Am going
Into other business, good reason for sell
ing, next 10 uijk, answer 10-H, cure bee.
South omahu, Neb.
" &-RiOM bungalow, 24x40. full basement,
modern. All S. 1 roy, Henson. , rJmull
payment oown, baianeo same as rent.
f hone Henson IWi. ,
. Modern Suburban Home
FOR sjAi.ii, CJin anu cjriiler. with fif
teen acres choicest laud anu I.ncat of Im
provements. House is modern tnrougn
out. lu rooms and bath. Inquire Andiaw
A. Furay. t'lione Ilaruiy lui. Station b.
Route 1. ' .
F A II AI it klMH ..A.,l KOK SAI.K
Mr knowledge of land on uncompleted
Grand lrc.uk ran make you quick profits.
Fiank Ciuwford au Homer ct.i Van
...u.er. ur ilmslix "
FOP. SALK-Clilck ranch. i acres;
plenty of fruit and peaches, good build'
ings,' location central Illinois, for par.
ticulara write Uaurer.s. iuwa. I'.uJle a,
FIIIM W M U I. VM 11)11 M1H
. FL0U1DA, .
THE LAND OF SUNSHINE.
We are o: lei mg 10, and 4Ki-acr tract)
and upwards located in Oolutnh.a, county
near Lake City, Florida. U) miles west of
Jacksonville and only Ml miles from St.
Augustine. This pioKrty Is intersected
oy three railroads ot national lei'utation.
which furnish the best of services a
reanonabltt lates to all markets of the
Tlie climate Is Ideal. Fine f.irms are
n w being worked In our tract with
exceptionally good results. Own one of
uur farma. Investigate our offer. Small
cash payments and easy terms.
Low rates dally. Tickets good until
UOBT. C. liHCEsi:iOW & CO.,
I Salve Agents)
too Omaha Nat.onal Hank Hldg.
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by the
ATLANTA, WIRMJNCHAM ATLAN
Lands adaptaVle to the widest range of
crops. All the Money cropa of the aoutli
plentifully produced. For hteialure treat
ing with this coming coontiy, Its ami,
climate, church and sellout advantage,
W. II. LI'AIIV. DEPT. K,
Ui'lierDi Passenger Agent.
IF you want truthful Information about
farming ln lirlgued southern Idaho,
write to me, asking any questions rela
tive thereto und I will answer them and
give any i ther information that would
be helpful to those seeking homes here
or in any other Irrlgateil section. Those
who arc engaged In selling land usually
give and magnify the bright side. 1 will
give you both sides. I am not In real
estato bulness. !end $1 and get correct
Information. Address A. N. I'elton.
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm Is to Insert a small want ad
In the Des Moines Cnpital. Largest cir
culation In the state of Iowa, 43,miO dally.
The Capital Is read by and believed In by
the standpatters oi Iowa, ivnu simply le
fuse to pel nut any other paper in tlielr
homes, lumv, 1 cent a word a day; 11. U
per line per moiun; count nix ordinary
words to the line. Addreas ue Aloine
Lapltai. Dek Moines.' la.
Ml'ST sell at once T-'O acres well Im
provca; good road, good neighborhood;
close to town; best of never-tailing aott
water. For information address kZ. H.
Hatch. Yates Center. Kan.
CLIMATIC. HEALTH, HOIL, WATER,
crops ard protti sure. Fruit and alfa.fs.
Oowrtiment Irrigation. Consiuoi lug cost
and piuiits, we otter the best on tn mar
ket. Lome a. I rigid, ilaitanoin b Cu.,
cailshatl. r.ew Mexico.
VnnTII tUk'UTA KARMS Kf)U SALE
on crop payment plan; no money down.
write lor particulars. noui ni'.iin
STATES INVrTMKiNT COMPANY, 616
Metropolitan tale lildg., Minneapolis,
FOR HALE A farm of 74 acres adjoin
ing a gooa . D. town. Mouern eigut
rucHii house; nam; chicken iiouse; good
well; two large cisterns; a oanoy ir any
one wanting a snmii laim with town ad
vantages. Atld. Hox tow, Maolson, B. !.
HUSK COUNTY, WIS., cut-over hard
wood lands; wholesale prices; any sised
iract; ciy loam sou; In dairy ami clover
belt; gooa markets, school and vnurcnes,
easy terms. Write Icr maps and ni
lormatloti. Arpin Hardwood Luinom'
company, Qrana Hapids, Wis.
REAL ESTATE 1AJAX9
"WANTb.D City loans ana wi ranis. V.
Farnam eiinlthatJJo. iiUi 'nmt-.
OMAHA Prupeity and Neoraaaa Laoda
O KEFn; HtAL LdlAihi CO.
1016 New umahit N'at'l Hank Bunding.
tAKM loan 14 near Omaba; no cummut.
Ion; optional payments; cneap uiuoey.
orln 8. Kerrill. liiJ City Natl toanK ouiif.
MONEY to loans on business ur resi
dence properties. l,0uo to swu.uvO. VV. it
'IhuMAU. Sii First Natl bang Hide.
$100 to tlu.uvo made piouiptiy. F. AX
Wrad, Weau tilug., lih and Farnam.
WAN'lliD City loans, i-eiois Hunt Ca!
LOW liAifcU, olMU-cAKLLiittli CO.
$10-U b.andela 'I neater bldg.
CIXJ.V XAI AJJ.VCO. oluna s,al., Haa
LAKU1C LoA.no, municipal bonds, inoil
(ages bougnt anu soiu. slULL lUUs.
FUR 8ALK OR FXCtlANuF
f un liAi.fa or r.xcnange Flat-top goid-en-oaK
desg. J. irj, iiee.
WANTEU TO BUY
fd-iiand goods, Kteser, 10M Center. D. boil.
WANTED TO RENT
WOl LD care for apartments in ex
change for heated housekeeping loom.
Uhrt i'LEMAls seeks accommoaatlons In
high-Class lamlly where home privileges
win be accoraeU. Must Be west of !,iUl
Ave., und iiutn neigiiuornood and home
surruunuings nuint quailiy as rellned. Rev
erences excnangeU. . AUuress Al m. XSee.
VAA1NIH.1J i Uftiuiiti a iiuueKeeper by
respectable inidaie-aged lau). Prefer
rioina witn chil'lreu. aiu exuurleiiced as
uuise. Address Mrs. Marie Turner, gen
eial delivery, i-ouncll bluifs. la.
bilUAliUiv waiilml A ntsiiager of
genets, .iu, tou.ui y tvwn; kxpneneed.
O 12, Bee.
WASHING and curtains Uorie. T. H. u420
ioOA..tvc.iriivj auii clvncai wola
evenings kiiu oiuidajs. u iypewru(
Auanut L 74J, bee.
t iu.rj yuuii iaaiea, piano piayer aua
singei', wii.iv pv..i.uu in pictuie allow, ex
perienced. Douglas tij. K Ti, Hee.
i'uai i iu. iikiiiMi h. .uiiitviviit .au
friei.v.M.ct(i;r; leicivliWvS us uuu.i.
MUST HAVE VOMv
Young inun needs work fur buaru and
room. I-hone Dougiaa 04.
IUI.VU 111m. , w.i.uil US fcUf
tenorr; npi.eneed rl 415. Bee.
Wniic luuy ueaiies sieauy piavea ml
day wot a; neut, woiiscleniioua; uoes not
Uiuappoiiitmeut aligageiiieula. Puuue 11.
IV iiii . v.oinuu iiunii uuy Wurg, uu;
ana uin el. D. .'4U.
LADY vanls position In general huus
woik; reliable; also a position lor uaugh
ter; woiiid liku worg tngetlirr. Ad
dress F WW, Hee.
TKLEAiHAl'll operator vvanls position
I in or out or rny. lei, iiougias t.v40.
yOl'NIl man wants place to work for
board while attenuing action I. Boyles
college. Dougiaa 14 or lnd. A-19M.
HluMi gin, lu yeais o.d, wants wuig
Raiuinays ana Sunoays. ieb. l!aa4.
v oil No isuy witn one years experi
ence as stenographer w lanes a position in
a I Inn, salary according to ability. W Kw,
' U1RL wants to take care of children all
dav: must so home iiiglua. Call uiumai
w AN i t.l Poaitioii by an expert pen
man: bookkeeping experience; aisu expe
rience aa pouc engrosser wun insurance
company; heat of references; age, ii;
married. 'Prions Dougiaa t"i.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OV WEST
ninp your stock lo ZK.uih Oman; sa
mileage and shrinks, your conaigQ.
inema rsveive prompt aid careful allrii-
Ll I- toTOCii COMMISSION MEii
By era Uro. St Co- btiong and responsible.
l.lF. STtH'K MARK FT OF WFST
l.le .atnrk 1 smmImIiis Merrhanla.
WOOT ntlOS . JS4-H Feinne Hldg.
Ureal v est. Com. o , Omaha t Henver.
IWJ'NV,T" A' S('N just hande'siieep
W. V. I KN N CO . .'.is f.nch. Hldg.
VAUil HKiis hsnilie rati e. hogs sheep.
Clav liobtnsoo Co . Vi hlxch. Illilv;.
Intersia'e Co. kieltei smti. Milp to us.
"c LI FTO N ConiCo. hi KieiiangsHliig.
HI'HKl" iitlCKI. r?0.."d" l-:ch ililg.
U V.. HO4FKTr ST Co." it Kien!"liiiig"
(Nix At Jones Com. Co. bnncn if hns'lsrs.
Farmers L. 1. Com. Co.. c.xcnn.ms
Oeposlt pi oct ens of shipments In flock
Va-rt " ank Onlv snk at ysrsis.
Mai tin lu es. .Co., mi- b-xcll. Hldg.
. OMAHA. THK GRAIN MARK FT.
Nebraska-Iowa Grain C.i.. 7h4 Ursmleis.
W i: KKsTTiTa I N CO.Tgiain niercmTnts,
consignments tolici'.e. TM Hrandela
RAILWAY TIMi; CARD.
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Local Passenger a l lti pm
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Chicago h.xtires.1 a4:biplli
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coln a 8. dl am
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Ukl. Ai Tex. ivxpreas.,. j;w pm
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(.bicago .V North western.
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Minn.-8l. Puul L I'd. .a ou put
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Los Angeles Limited
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Ccoar ivap.us. bloux &
Centennial state Lun. 12 40 am
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l-iasilngs-buperior ... b l:lb pin
Dead wood-Dot tip'gs..a :6j pin
casper-Lander ,.a s.66 put
I'leinun t-Albion 0 O.jo pm
thlcauo. Milwaukee A St.
Overland Limited a 7 bo pm H:;j am
Perry Local a U.IM am 11 Ou pin
Colorado ikxpress .. ,.a t oo pin i.Ai pm
Colorado Special al:4Jaio ;uo um
Periy Local ti 0.14 pm l-:uu pm
PorllngrtOB tao Tenth A Mason
Denver & California. .a 4:10 pm a 3 41. pm
Puget Bound Express. a 4.10 pir. a 3:46 pm
Nebraska points a 11:10 am a 11:10 pm
Biack Hills v.a 4:10 pm a 3.44 pm
Lincoln Mall b 1:20 pm ul2;lii pm
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.ebraaka points a I:i0 am a 0:10 pin
Nebraska Express a 'J.li am a 10 pm
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Denver Special all;So pm a 7:00 pm
Chicago Kxpress a 4. K0 pm a 3:ui pm
Chlo. Fast express. ... a ;laJ piu a s:00 am
Iowa Local , ... D.lj am al0:Al) am
Creaton (la.) Local. ...b 3:30 pni bio 4i am
ht. Louis Express a 4:36 pm all:W am
K. C. 6t Si. Joseph. ...ul0:4i pm a :4e am
1C. C. At bL Joseph. ...a ;U am a :10 piu
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Wrbstsr Statloa .lStk ana Webster.
Depart. , Arrive.
Auburn Local b 3:iw pm lUAim
Chicago, at. Paul, Allaneapolla at
a t:2a pm
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KAISERIM AU6USTE VICTORIA,
the lirgest sad utt Uisurlous siesaier rf
th Huihur Amark'on serrlrf. Kqull'Peit
Willi Kin l arllyn Knliurini, Palm "isr.len.
i.TDinsaliim, elsrtrlc lliillu, F.lerstors.
Will lean New York
FEBRUARY 14, 1911,
for Madeira. Oibrallar, Algiers,
Ylllrfraaelie I Mcf), (ieuaa, Na
ples, sail I'ort bald.
Time for i:ght-sirlu2 at etch port.
To or from Port Paid, a I A anil op.
To or fnau sll uilsr porta. $1 IS awl up.
Alio trunri to Urlssl, Ht Intirt,
goaf A A mrriro, s.ossii ID WorU, l.
j Ifteod fur lllG.trales booslat.
Ijv tv. iLandolpn Si., Chiistfy. or locul agt
Office of i.EK-OLA33-ANDKt;EfiEN
HAttlJiVAkU COMPANY. Omaha, Ne
braska, December , Dll. Notice Is bei sby
givwi to the stuck huideis of Lee-Ulasa-Andreeaen
Hardware company that lbs
annual meeting of the stockboiders of toe
company will be held at the oifics ui
aid sajajpany, corner of Nlntb. aim liar
ny atresia. In the city of Omaha, In Ins
slat of N'ebrasku, on Tuesday, January
. A. It., mi. at 3 o'clock p. m., for tha
purpose, of electing a hoard of directors
for tho company to serve during the ensu
ing year, and to trunsael such wtnrr
business as may be presented at suco
mealing. At teat: W. M. UlaSX, Cevre
tary; 11. J. Le. prtsuleui.
Tha key to success in business is the
Judicious and per stent Use of newspaper
I I IiAli Mil It I S.
Stockholders Mretliig of The I'n'.on
Notice Is hereby given th.it the annual
meetliHi of the stockholders i'f The I'nion
I. and Company for the election of live
directors anil Ihe transaction of siicn
other business as may irgnllv itono be
fore the meetlna, will be held at the
office of the tlener.ll Solicitor t'lllon
Pacific llradquai teia Hulldlns. Villi and
Dialge streets, umaha, Nebraska, on
Monday, the sth nay of January. llMA
at lu o'clock A. M.
Tha stock transfer books will he closed
10 dnvs previous to the meet lug
New York City. N. X , lvc. IV mil.
Not Ice is herebv ulven that the An
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Umaha Has Company will be held at the
office of the Company, l.'sft Howard Ht ,
at la w a. m . Motutav, January 1. r.ui,
for th election of Directors for the en
suing year, and for the transaction of
such other business ss may coino bvfor
FRANK T. HAMILTON.
C.KORC.i: W. CLAKAl Oil,
Omaha. lH-c. 1 1011. Secretary.
si' tc k i ii if.fi k its' m kV.t i m i .
The annual nieetlna of the stockholders
of the Dee llulldlng company will be held
st the office of said company, Omaha,
Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. tit. Tuesday,
January 1. 1911, for the election of the
board of directors for the ensuing year,
and for the transaction of such other
business as may propuly romo bcfoio
C'e inert '.ng.
lly order of the president
N. P. Ft: 11.. Secretary.
Is Dormant Now
George W. Shields, Who broiia'U Bclloti In
Ihe miulty division of district court tn
enjoin the lsue of waterworks bonds
t.n the Rrotind that all proceeilliiBS lend
ing up to the voting of bonds were Illegal,
has succeeded in effectually slopping the
city's move I i assume ownership at an
early date. The water hoard will Walt
until the suit I decided before attempt
ing lo take over the plant.
Ho mis will lie placed on Ihe market ns
soon as the court's decision Is announced.
At a meeting of the water board
yesterday afternoon the situation was
discussed und a definite move toward
the assumption of ownership postponed.
In addition to allowing n few hills, the
Kali Construction company was given
an extension of time ot ten days In the
construction of a main on California
Damages are Asked
For Wemmer Death
Suit for $:.").0iio damages for the death
of F. A. Wenimcr, tho Fnlon Pacific
railroad switchman who was killed In
the yards a few daya ago, has been
aturled against Ihe road In district court.
Ills brother, William Wemmer. ns ad
ministrator of the estate, started the
action for the benefit of Wenitncr'e three
AS FAREWELL 10 BAYLEY
A beautiful entertainment was given
Inst evening at the parish room ot the
Rt. John's church, Twenty-sixth and
Franklin streets, by the members of the
St. Catherine Altar (Julde and the Uroth
erliood of HI. Andrew. The occasion w as
somewhat ln the nature of a farewell to
Rev. W. H. Bayley, who leaves the flint
of the year to take charge of a parlsH at
Toronto. ' ' ''M -A n J
Tha auditorium was flllix) lo Its utmost
capacity, nearly 200 being present , Two
sketches were given, "Mrs. Tubes' Tele
gram" and "A King In Disguise." Those
"MRS. TUBUS' TELEGRAM.''
Mrs. Tubhs Mabel Donnelly
Mrs. Haven ' (Jertrude Marvin
Mrs. iHinnell Joy Hlgglns
Miss Hlmpklus Resile Russell
Kowena Tubbs Elsie Kutter
Amelia Mary Marvin
Teddy Tubhs.... Leonard Thlessen
Tommy Tuhbs Herbert Donnelly
"A KINO IN DISUL'IHE."
King Alfred Richard Donnelly
Osrlc Paul Jamlesen
Odda Oienn Paxton
Judith Joy Hlgglns
Ht. Chrystopher ;. Father liayley
CHAFFEE WATCHES COAT
TILL HE REALIZES SWINDLE
O. M. Chaffee' of Franklin met a
nli'o looking gentleman while en route
from Lincoln to Ht. Paul. Minn., jester
day afternoon. Both were going to the
samo place and both stopped off at
Omaha. At the Union station the nice
looking gentleman left his overcoat for
Chaffee lo guard while he took 135 of
Chaffee's money to buy their tickets Mm
Omaha to St. Paul. Chaffee guarded the
stranger's coat until lie realised his fool,
luhnoss and .then gave the police a de
scription of tho nice looking man.
DOUBLE ENGAGEMENT IS
. ANNOUNCED AT DINNER
Mrs. F. J. Reynolds tit South Omaha on
Christmas day announced tho engagement
of her daughter. Vera Merle Rejnolda, to
Mr. Elmer A. I'msled, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. FniHtead ot this city. At Ihe
same time the engagement of Miss Myr
tle M. Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
(I. 1. Taylor of Mouth Omahn, brother of
Mrs. Reynolds' to Mr. Oeorge M. (Juthrle
of KHockton, Cul., was announced.
The announcements were made at en
elaborate Christmas dinner at, tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Covera were laid
for twenty-one. The decorations were
apropos of the. icuson and accuHlon,
HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CONCERT
Musical lob Successfully ;tr lln
(rrtalnuirnt at First thrlsllua
The Omaha High rVhoul 11 lee club gave
Its first concert utiMer the direction ot
Walter 15. (Iralisni, local vecul instructor,
at the First Chrlxtluu church lust evening
and held the undivided attention of a
lalr-Mzed and appreciative audience of
students, faculty und general public for
some two hours. Time and again thu
youthful songMer had to lespond to en
core until their repertolro was neurly
Aa tho concert was entirely the vork of
local talent it Is ull the more noteworthy
because of Its success. Tho feature of
the assisting talent was the banjo quar
tet, consisting ot Francis Potter and three
of his pupils. The . lections rendered by
thH four proved beyond a doubt that
there are some In Omaha who still ap
preciate stringed Instrument muslr. oth
ers who assisted In the program were:
(trace Hlabaugh, piano; Walter U. lira
I, am. baritone, and 8. Ar'.luir Lynn,
Iissmi. Wills rd Slabaugh, baritone, and
Lynn Soekrtt. tenor, both members of
the club, guve severs) Individual selec
tions ot exceedingly high merit.
The concert was given under the
auspices of Ihe senior class of lll-lili
which graduates from the S'bool next
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Maw-io City Banki Azrec to Furnish
, Money to Meet City Bonds.
BOND FALE LIKELY TO BE GO
peer t l u, W rites In t esllaat Ion of
Paper Is Prnareaslnii )llsfar
torlly llrirnsr tiff leer l.oe
Into llntitlegalna ( haraes.
South Omaha's three national bnnl.H.
Ihe Packets, Ihe Live flock nnd the
Ptock Yards, have made good Ihelr prom
ise (o i-ave the credit of the city at all
events In i use of the rejection of Hie
contract for Slir.SV) renewal bonds Issued
by the city.
The. money equally divided among Ihe
banks will be In New York City Tuesday
morning nnd the fiscal agents there will
be able to meet the obligations coming
Tho bonds when Issued will he divided
equally among the three banks f Hi''
city and held until Rpccr & Co. of Chi
cago accept tho same.
The Chicago firm yesterday Indicated
In a letter to the mayor that the examina
tion of tho transcript of the bond history
was progressing favorably and further
data was requested. This clears away the
doubt that has been cast upon the bids of
the Hpeer house. In any case It would
seem that the other bond buyers will not
be called upon to assist the city lit pre
serving Its credit.
Prominent capitalists of Omaha yes.
tetdsy paid visits to certain of the local
officials and discussed the bond Issue
very carefully. Following their visit It
was -admitted that Omaha financier
would take up the Issue In case the
Chlcugo house failed to consummate tho
deal. The visitors would nut state
Whether the issue would be tuken by
private Individuals or by a company. The
name of a prominent fraternal organisa
tion wan mentioned In connection with
Mayor P. J. Traluur and City Treasurer
lllllln were very cheerful over tho out
look yesterday. Tho credit of the city
la no longer In danger and there aeems
every probability that Ihe Chicago bid
ders will take up the Issue at the figure
named In the bid.
Heveane tlf fleer Investigates.
Following a visit past to diverse saloons
and gambling Joints by on Internal r
enne officer Tuesday alter noon theru was
consternation among tho free and easy
nrotherhood of Bnutn Omaha, who In an
unassuming way have been keeping more
or less wide open houses.
Immediately following the visit ot the
.overnment officer tho local ki1cu were
.nstructert by Chief of Police John
Hrlggs to Investigate any auspicious
places and make a nests where tho cir
According to the alory of those who
claim' to know, tho government officers
lound violations of the liquor laws In
saloons and gambling houses. In one rase
It is said a saloonlst was found to bo tell
ing rye whiskey for bourbon, an action
which besides being heinous to tho mind
of the bibulous, Is also against tho laws
of the United Ptatcs. ln another place
evidence of bootlegging and retailing on
the part of gamblers, and wholesaling un
the part of saloon men was said to have
One or two ot the law abiding saloon
men last night expressed thotr condemna
tion ot the manner In which things have
been going on. They claim that there Is
boothKKlna" oln on, among negroes es-
Uesldes the bootlegging, young men are
tailing' stories of placea whose existence
the law does not at all contemplate. The;
placea are said to be not far distant from
the heart of the city. Tho names dt cer.
tain prominent politicians are mentioned
In Connection therewith.
To Hold Class Resslos,
A meeting of the class of 1911 ot the
Houtlt Omaha High school was held last
evening at the home of Mlaa IJUIan Dluk
man,', Twentieth and L streets. Arrange
ments were made to hold a class reunion
Monday evening at the home of Miss
Margaret Lewis, Twenty-atxth and E
Several members of the class will fur
nish mush! for the evening a entertain
ment, among which will be Miss Lau
retta Held, who will play several clas
sical selections on Ihe piano. The clasa
Intends to make tho event one to be
long cherished as a remembrance, of the
Ihe many yeura spent under the parental
roof of tho high nchool.
Levy He a lea (barge.
Max Ivy of the Levy Furniture com
pany made a statement last night In
regurd to the charge preferred against
him by Hubert lleeber ot HM K street.
Levy says he has never reclaimed a bill
of goods sold by him. He denies that
he entered lleeber's residence fur the pur
pose of taking away goods sold on the
Ievy claims that he was notified to
come and take the furniture by the land
lord of Heebrr, but later decided not to
Bon II a Scores.
1st. 3d. Total.
1J M 1AJ 416
ltsi I.U Ul 4U
143 lik'i 111 411
lu.l lull 1IJ 4J1
in m ui 41
SOUTH OMAHA U K Co.
. . till)
FL'TERHON CANDY KIDS.
Mngie City (oualp.
Mibs F.dith Noltlng Is visiting friends at
New Castle, Neb.
Mrs. Claru Itldgewuy and daughter are
the guests of Mouth Omaha friends.
The cui nival at the Young Men s Chris
tian association headquarters begins this
Jens Jensen and family returned yes
leiday from Lincoln whole they spent the
Oeorgo Wright has returned from Des
Molnea after a brief visit Willi relutlves
al that place.
Tha Nasturtium club has arranged g
bull to tie given In the near future at
Hupertor lodge No. IK. Degree of Honor,
will hold a publlg Installation of oriiccit
on January 10.
Mrs. F.mnia Taylor and son Ralph will
leave the first of the year for California
where they will remain Induftuiiely,
Atnea Worl, egad TN years, ill.-d yester
day at Ills lale reatlilence. CU North
i Twenly-il'st street. The body will be
sent to Murray, .en.. tor interment.
Desk Rergeent W. P. Coirigan and
Putrolmun Cliarlc Morton havt retarned
WONDERFUL AMOUNT OF
GOOD NOW BEING DONE
D. H. Stilee Sayi He Has Tried Many
RELIEVED OF TROUBLE AT LAST
Demonstrator Says Hint n Tremend
ous Number of Folks I, It Ins; In
the Lamer ( Dies Are
"I have been Biifferlnn lor the past pis
months front u rrcncrrtl rtililliated nnd
riV down condition." :ild Mr. D. II.
Ktilen of !)J( North Twenty-fourth ftroc!,
t'outh Omahn. Nth. There were times
wlu n I was extremely nervous und i-lecp
navn mo no benefit. I would awaken lit
the murnlng Just ns tired and worn out
ns I retired the nliilil before. 1 had I tied
tunny phystelans and every remedy I luid
ever heanl of. but with no relief. i
"A friend recommended this new l.mie.
"Tuna Vita," to me and I purchased a
treatment. I saw Immediate, results, nnd
now after r three weeks' treatment 1 nm
a well man. I illd not relieve any medicine
could benefit nie so quickly. I give- all
credit to 'Tuna Vita.' and cheerfully
recommend It to an urn: suffering ai I
Tho specialists who nre Introducing
"Tonit Vila" to tho Oinalin public at the
Urantlels Drug department. Flxteeiith and
Douglas streets, south side muln floor,
between tho hours of 9 a. in. and i! p. m.
are confident the medicine wtU provn as
successful In this country as In L'urope
anil predict a tiemendoiiH siicrcs for rt
In this city. The epechiHst who discussed
this faid: "Without n question, no
preparation ULn thW has ever been fold
In America, and I piophesy that no
preparation will npproaeh this in vohime.
of rales nnro It Is established here. There
la just as much nervous debility In this
country as abroad, and 'Tona Vita' will
make fully as great a record here as the
original did In F.urope. That medliine'has
been and Is now being used by kings,
dukes, cardinals In fad, by the great
est personages of Kurope.
."Wa are talking with a great many peo
ple each day now, but In a few days
more tho number will be materially In
creased. "Every man or warnon who has been
afflicted with rhninlo nervous dlbellty
who tries 'Tona Vita' will become a walk
ing advertisement, and that sort of thlug
spreads like, wildfire. Anyone who hns
been half sick all the time, with nlmost
no vitality or energy, a constant sufferer
from despondency, stomach trouble, weak
back, headaches and a dozen other
troubles caused by dollllty, Is sure to lell
about It when they find something that
gives them back bouyant spirits, sound
digestion and general good health.
"The public does not realise what a
tremendous number of people among
those who live In the larger cities ar
affected with nervous debility, nor does
tha publlo realise the symptoms of this
modern plague, when they see thent. Most
of the so-called kidney trouble, iieurty
all indigestion, and fully half of the
headarhea In Omaha ran be attributed
solely to n'rvotia debility." Adv.
Bottled at the
about 100 per
For health's sake have
IS in your home.
"Aiwm'yu tho jtma
Oood Old Blmtz"
ROg-a t O Pusso Sir . Owasaa. nea.
JPaoMi Ioula eo3
i n vl ii l
to their respective posts after a ten day'
Quietly at a Tuesday morning service
t Ht. Agnes' church Rev. Father A'Hern
celebrated the Wedding of Miss Keittia
Khclancy to Harry Elmo Angus. Mis
Claire hhelaney und Dr. J. J. Humpal
were attendants to the bride and groom.
After a short wedding trip Mr. und Mrs.
Angus will be at home at the Grand View
Michael J. Gallagher, aged 38 years, died
yHerday noon at the Inline of Ids sis
ter, Mrs. W. J. Pyrne. Sail Q street. Thu
deceused was III only one day. The cause
of his death was pneumonia. The fu
neral will be held from the residence,
Itsll Q street, to Ht. Agnes' cliurch on
Friday morning at 3:30 u ciix g. luterment
will bo made In Ml. Mary'a cemelary.
DIES INJDOUGLAS HOTEL
An unidentified woman, about 40 yearn
old, was found deud at tl o'clock lut
night In a room at the Douglas hotel.
Ji4 North Sixteenth street. George Nel
sen. a machinist, who i.aye he lives ut tho
hotel, la being held by the police us a
Nelson raid he met the woman Tuesday
afternoon In Oscar Johnson's j-uloou.
Hixteenth and California Hreets.j and ac
companied her to the hotel. A I number
of uhliiky buttles nattered about thu
room and the appearance of the woman
led Dr. T. T. Harris lo state alio had
died from alcoholism. Coroner Crosby
look the body. Her burial will await her
DISTRICT COURT JUDGES
ThouvU L;e district court Jud;cu' annual
meeting to mulio apimititini ills will not bo
held until New Yiar's day, two apiaiirit
mcnts ul ready have, been made milter f
record. JudKO Lee S. Fstelle liua nain.il
Thomas P. Wilson as his njurt t'eportcr
I fi r another four years. Judge WltHi
O. Sears ha reappointed tua Wait.
'rarlc J". M. Murjaa. - ....
TV, THE lilll waTs TH."
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