Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 24, 1912, Page 11, Image 11
THil B.L: OAiAliA. hDXhSiA. JANLAK1 -4, lyiJ. 11 OFFERED I-Xm SALE. etteceltaacema. of CORDS dry wood. mil Ht of Fttrt Omaha VTeh. lef TWO pool tattles, good. A!vo. Xe4 sal Eox K husband and son are looking forward to desert tun they know that yon have ordered noma o Ptlt ) ire cream. If. 4Y. l.. Stewart, e Farnam St.. win coma to Tha Bee of be, within three daya are will give him as order for a quart brtrk of thta fine tea eresro. ALFALFA HAT FOR SALE-16 too The Irrigators' But, Scottsbluff. Neo- PEBSOVH. AVE rent e-fl raair 1 sutuia wl eeUe machine Ind. A -.'SO. Douglas Ml NEBRASKA CrCLK CO., 15th and Harney St. YCl.'NG women coming to Omaha a rirangera are Inrtted to vialt tha Toung Women's t'hriatian association bunding at seventeenth and St. Mary's Ave,, where they will be directed to suitable boarding iet-e or otherwise BAtlsted. Look fur eur traveler?' aid at tha Union station. Uum, tauenhouse. Jul Old Boston Bid. 3-DAT BLOOD REMKUT. Cladl.h Pharmacy. 12th and Dodge. M a . m: F -'-,,,'-',it Mr s.i. itlAOOi.Ji not Doit Ground floor. ' 8. ltb. td floor. D. ISW THE SALVATION ARM T solicits cut off clothing; In face anything you do not need. We collect, repair and aell. at Ut N. Illh St.. for ooet of collection, to the worthy poor. Call phone Douglas 1U3 and .&gnne will call. RE.IL ESTATE CITV PRIIPKB'I V FOR $3.750 terms new :;; pixkney st. ven-room, bam. new, oak finished house, 2 stories, attic, full taMMM. laundry, etc. complete and flrst-cUes la every respeet. 'Phor-a for particulars Exceptional value and unusually well built. BARNES t WUJBON. Doug la aitl. 4S Bcs Bldg. REAL kSTATK LOANS RAILWAY TI-VK CAJUX to $.v.eA- made prompt!?. F. D. Weed. Weed HWfi.. JMil and Karnam. G IlA"lT5.i7)-n u fX IOS STATION Tratk and. Mess H'l: WESTERN LAND LOANS write a, we tntgut be able to heip you. S. K Wait & t o.. Morula liniun, ill BeaBldt . u is aha. FOR oAl.K OR EXCHANUK Sil AND DAVE.VPOBT. -Eight room aU modern, hot water heat, fjll basement, Tesvtable room, coal bin. cistern, with parap la basement: nice east front toe paved afreet. A bis bargain foe only KK P. a .VlrXSE.N. TO Omaha Nat l Hank. D. Obi. t-ROv bouse, bath, gas: walking dis tance, H.M. Webster . , A BIO BARGAIN. BRAND NEW. NEVER OCCTPIED. Bis room beside bath and den. strictly modern, oak finish. Full two storie pear Kosmtse Place. Krcept lon ally well buMt and warm. Ptsrnace beat. Fnll cement base-neat, eeevrit walk sodded yard, aoreene and atorra wls dowa. In fine neighborhood. Price re duced to fMbe. tad eaah, baJafle monthly like reat. Phoie Owner. Harney eS. for more Information. WASTED-S.MAIX STOCK RANCH. I Have a very choice Me-aere fam alvty j milea outhweet Kaaaaa City, two and tone-half mi Lee of a nice email town: aJo la new reaideaee preperty In Omaha, e) I acree In Wyomin and a (ttt-edsed $1 par cent mortafe. Want a good email atoK rwneli and atnek ana maenmery. Muat be priced rlaht Give f ill dearrip tlon. location and price la first letter. rox cwrapa. . TJaViTLa ND to trade for 1. clean lock of dry toeda. re deecrlptlon. location and amount in firm letter. Tur ner aV Son. Moravia, la lf A 'O-l A (i V Batha. aut glow aromatic ef Chif af a. m . 17th St. 1st floor. D.TMa. I ll bfc.,s. n., suiia m hire. Isll Howd. l-aait-a liuaianteeU Rmttw. )1 Ware Bk. SWEDISH masaafe, fur rheumatism, muscle Joints, dleeasee. Karatn Ton aeth, only Omaha masseur graduate In . neden. to On. Nat l Rank. Doug. I'M. I hereby give notice tiiet I will not be responsible for any di-bu conuacted by iny wife, KJleee Kgger Mlirtwdl W. H. EOOKRS. f 4SXAfiP - Snyder baa ch&ngvd jUAMAuti her location, where aha gives Swedlah mnaaag-e. alao Ttbrator and radiator treatment. HO lies Bliig. Red Htt. Evenings D. 410. for appnlnlmenta. MASS.AfiF. Swedlfh movement. Apt. POl ITKt AXD PET STOCK LARUE, thrifty. Light Brahmaa for 1 sale, old or youag; winners of first prise pen at Iowa State Poultry ahow: eggs la - season; pncea reasonable. Frank Jooo ' son. Monro I I Pedigree mala Persians kitten liar, axot REAL E8TATK . BtlLDKKS' IMi-OHMATIU-N. Electrlo gas futures. Omaha gltrer C. Ideal Cement Co.. litn ud Cuming. yuohs. gop A Blind, painting. Jccoatlng. tirif PROPKRTV t'OK SALE tlAKSCOM PARK HOMB. at,M-4uya exceptionally well construoted l-rootti 'modern house, located ' near J5d and Pacific ' atreeta, wllh In story built of pressed brick; Sd story, frame. Haa aiuu tareawd while oak finish, plate glass window mantel and grate, brick partitions In basement. A . house that was built to last and , could not be duplicated for any- where near the price asked for the wnoie property, owner naa cut Erlce away down for qulcjt results, vlng left the city, caused by change In business. An excellent buy for one who appreciates con struction. About S1.200 or ll.HO acah and tM per month will handle this proposition. Kev at our offlc OBODOr, COMPANY. Phone D. 7M or A-175S. 9H2-H City Nat l Bank Rldg. Thcusanas of people bare founi the home ttey were looking for atnnt( the real state ada on The Bee want ad page. The no me you want to aell can be dlspoeed of quickly at east of only a few cents through Bee want ads. RKAL ESTATE rstf rach nin row iAi.i rttlak Cwlnaskla. Choice valley farms In tracts of ISO acres or more oa easy term within 1 te i milea from 'he loans along tha Grand Trunk Padfio Railway between Fort Urorge and Prince Rupert. Write for booklet de scribing this wonderful country. B. Meyel. Ptsnict Sales Agent, CS Paxtoa Pldg.. Omaha. Neb. CHOICE frutt farms In tracts of M acres or more on eaey terras; along the Skeena river near Prince Rupert. Central British Columbia. ail or write . . aiatiict aalea ageau til raxten tliag Omaha. Neb. lalea PaelNe ivpart. A-y.ve San Fran. Overld I...a.eam ai etpm China Japan K. M. a t.ui poi a 5 am AflanUa Kinross Ilein Oregon Kspreaa ali o pro aa.Wpfa Loa Angeles Limited .au i pes a a pm Denver Special a tlim a I Tim Centennial State Spe'l all pm al! am Colorado Kxpress a : pea a :5 pre Oregon-Wash. L t d... ail U pm atpm Sort a Platte Local. ...a SUam ttapai Grand Island Local.. . a pro al em Stronuburg Local bU:ti put b 1J pau Omaha-wt. Louis Kt..apm ll lilm Mall and Express aleiffl all .15 pa1 Stanb'v L. (from C.B.).b I'M pat B1:U am Ch lease. Mllwaekee St. Paml WANTKIwTn trade. 13a) diamond for two-chair barber shop. X Hi!. Bee. I handle trades evervwherc. If you want results write or call Pean. !T Bea. I I.W1 WANTIP. CITT PRliPKUTV. I have a good small farm to exchange for good residence In Omaha : prefer one or two e to i-room toltirei; must be dear or nearly eo; will ran v or pey meb dt'ferenc Address P. O. Bog S. Omaha WANTBH M acres about one mile from Paplllloa; T-nom bouse in Soultt Omaha to exchange In part payment. Address Box a. outh Omaha. tllffaV-Larg extra well bulit house and three lots: beat residence district of Omsha: axchamre fie rtear land or smaller new house: give location and fall partlculara In first letter. J Ilia. Bee. POR KALE or exchsng UP a In Saa katchewen. Canad aituatd U miles east of lorktown. TH ml. northwest of Haits ooats; for smaller tract In 1'. ., mde or atock. For partlculara address owner. Geo. W. B. Scott. Memrhis, Neb. What have you? 7-Room House Bemis Park District $2,750 Not a now houea,. but a ?ry substan tial 7-roora hout, modm except fur naoa, lorati on Cuming St., near Kx-eBllent car aervlca. The Byron Reed Co. SIX . 171 h. Both "Phonea FOR KALE OR REJif. " 21l NORTH ZtTH ST.. 7-ROOM MODERN EXCEPT FVRNACE GOOD BARN. Bhade aad fruH trees, well, new gaa and electric fixtures, to be painted. One block from Utti street car. 13 or 26 par month. Terms. BARNES ft WILSON. " Bee Bldg. Douglas M1. $100 .CASH and about IS per month will buy a new a-room oottag modern except heat, full tO-foot east front lot, near car and Jchool. Prloa, RilW. Located at 47M ! nth St. J. W. EASP CO., 48 Braadela Bldg. D. 1651; A -JAM $1,750 417 K. 37th Ht., (-room cottar, par lor dminf room. kttcn?n and two nice bwraotna, bla pantry; all on one floor, nlrelr papered and decorated, latest up--dat aleotrie 11 silt fixtures. m, city water, two full lota, bearlnc fruit trees; cherries, diaiwn pi urns; good coal loue, ltxlS, hen house; is on ftTad: west front: two blocks from car, a good place to raise chickens- Close to a good school. Call Webster BUS for particulars. Own Your Home Buy Today Five room, strictly modern bungalow: oak finish in reception ball, parlor and dining room; balance In yellow pin Thta bungalow waa built for a home and has the best kind of material and workmanship In It: has cemented base ment, with laundry facilities; nice neigh borhood; eaat front. Would coneider good vacant lot as part payment, or aell oneaay term For further Information SCOTT & HILL. tST- McCague Bldg. Dong, fis. Ind. A17B. 914 So. 38th St. Eiecant eight-room entirely modern new lions with large attic, reception hall, parlor and dining room finished In oak. with window seat and beamed cell ing in dining room, colonnade opening In reception hall. These rooms have bem iastlly decorated: drop chain lightmg fix tures. Four large bedrooma and batn on second floor: alao linen closet. Full cemented cellar. A No. 1 furnace; yard Is nicely sodded; close to achool. Field club and one block to car. Now ready for oc cupanoy. Price, $5,800. Will give terms. See this beautiful home before you buy Keys at 1S a wth Are. Bemis-Carlberg Co. J14-31J Brandels Theater. MR. HUSBAND, u you are looking for something to take home for an extra fine dessert, step Into IiaJxeli if k. R. Ramadkle. ieU Capitol Ave., will come to The Bee office within three days we will give him an order tor a quart brick of this fine Ice cream. CaUlforaia. DON'T WAIT FIVE TEARS. BUT CALIFORNIA FULLr-fcEAJUXO ORCHARD'S. MONET BACK IF NOT SATISFIED. $. eash and l&tt per month buys five acres with full bearing fruit trees In the famous BidweU Orchards at Cblco, CaL Payments Include Interest and taxee. Tour money back If net salts. Oed upon Investigation. The Bldwell Orchards are the most noted and pro ductive In the wonderful Bacramenlo valley of CaMlornla. li s our confidenos In this land that prompts mis generous orrer. yve're peaches, prune aimona apricots and Bartlett Peore. Buyers railroad fare not exceeding - will be credited on nurchaaa orte lAnd ad Jotna the thriving town of t'hloo l.- pcpuiationt. Kererencee: any Dana 01 Chloo, Araeiioan National hank of San Francisco and First National bank of San Leandro.) Bend for valuable Intor nation and facta te B-dwell Orchard Inc.. Chtco. Cal. Canada, MFST SACRIFICE good half section virgin prairie, Lipton. sask. Famous wheat district. Other Interest compels me to sell. Write for terms. Large list Luee- land fsrms alas. F. W. Crawford. Luaa land. Bask. Florida. ! FLORIDA THE LAND OP SUNSHINE Wa are offering 10, 3D and 40-acra tracts and upwards located In Columbia county near Lake City. Florida. miles west of Jacksonville and only DO miles from St. Auguatln This property is Intersected by three railroads of national reputation, which furnish the best service at reasonable rates to all markets of taa Un'tud State Yhe climate Is Ideal. Fine farms are now beina worked in our traot with exceptionally good result Own one of our rarm investigate our otter, omati cash payments and easy term I,ow rates dally. Tickets good until Juno 1- BOBT. C. DRVFSEDOW CO. (Sales Agents) M Omaha Nstlunal Bank Bldg. Omaha. Neb. Oearaia. GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA Traversed bv tha ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM aV ATLAN TIC RAILROAD. Lands adapted to the wideat rang, of cropa. All the money crops of the south plentifully produced. For literature treat ing with tins coming ceuntry. Its soil, climate, church, and achool advantages, write W. H. LEAHY, DEPT. K, Uencral Passenger Agent, ATLANTA. OA. THE easiest wsy to find a buyer for ysur farm la to Insert a small want ad In the Dee JJouies Capital. Larreat cir culation in the state of Iowa, a.M daily. Tba Capital la read by and believed In by the atandpattera of low who simply refuse to permit any other paper In their homes. Rates, 1 cent a word a day: tl.U per Una per month; count alx ordinary worda to the line. Address Das Mulnaa Capital. Dee Moines. Ia. I Mlnneaota. EXCHANGE for equity. So. Minn. Im proved farm. North V, see.. It-lev 44, Polk county. Minnesota, one-quarter mile from town; can all be plowed; no improve ment: Incumbrance, l2,Mt; due 94. years at 4 per cent ; tft per acre. Geo. Atchison, Mankato. Minn. Biesraaka. 1J ACRES, gently rolling. 4 miles from market; 1M acres of winter wheat goes with place; fair improvement, good aoll and price Is right; can give term Toland & Wiley 44 Bee Bldg. Wtsesaela. 44 acres level land; rich soil; 1 acres cleared' balance hard maple: new bouse; loOi); Iks caab, balance five gear Tom O. Mason, President Bank, Cumberland, Wla. Texas, FOR BALE Texas Panhandle, acres, t miles Bovlna; good house, well, etc., CO aer Shumway, 4U4 Parry be Chicago. Mlacellaaeea Farmers and land buyers all over ti t country are reading Bee want ads every day and snapping up every bargsln offered. Rates cents per word If run only one time, lo per word 'If run two or mors times consecutively. Write and mail your sd todsy to Resl Estate depart ment of The Omaha Bee. lie s'! I m ana aur TO exehange s-room bouse on Walnut Rill for Ml. Louis Flat; will par dlf ference In rash. Address Be WANTED CfTT RESIDENCE la exchange for a very choice MO-acre farm, nicely Improved, located dost to nice town. In a highly Improved lorsllty In eastern Kansas. Want clear city prop erty. Give location, price and full par ticulars in first letter. Box 47 city. WAkTED TO r.lT M-hand good Kieser. t(W O'n ter. !).;. WANT TO Bl'Y-Sleck of Vsrchandiae In country for cash. Box SI. Omaha. WANTED To buy for cash, good sec ond hand auto. See me at me room. Ne. HI, Murray Hotel, between hoars 11 and t Wednesday, January 24th. ANY connoisseur of confectionery will readily tell jou that there are no randies which can outshine O'Uhen's in purity or daintiness if Grace Fowler, lun Ames Av. will oome to The Bee office within three daya we will give her an order for a su-cenl boa of O'Biieos candy. WANTED For cash, l-room modern house west of flat, convenient lo car. Address B 1g. Bee. ' WANTKle To buy second-hand Edison moving picture machine. ( S. lid. WANTED TO RKNT WANTKD Furnished apartment or flat by couple without children. References exchanged. K 1U4 Omaha Bes. TWO rooms, furnished, with board for family of three In well heated house In W indsor school district. Address C UU. Be aTsopm Uam , a 4 am all.-Vpnt . a 4S) pea a J at pen a 7 ileiw a taai ..kilspsa bU.4ssn Overtsad Umlted.. Perrv Lscsl 1 Cntorado Kxsrass.. , retnredn Beeolal ferry Local (hlraae Creat Wester" Chicago Limited a J pm Twin City Limned a s:3S pm a .:4i am Twin City Kipreas. .. .a I stm at-Mpm Chicago Eipress a I.4 pm Loyal Paaeeoger a s:K pra tkleags, Keek Island st mclfte - . - FAST. Rocky Mountain l.id..alS 3am alA:S pm Chicago Local Pass.... bis. ant bw ivpm Ckieage Lay Rxprsas.s : am ai.Nsni Chicago Kxpress a IS pm al:lSnrn Dee Moines Local Pas a 4 T pm all II pm Chicago-Nebraska Ltd a IH pm a I. asa WKKT. C -Neb L. to Lincoln a I sj am a s pm Chlcago-Volorado si..tl:S a 4 es em Chicago-Colorado Ki a 1 l psi a 4 pm Okl. at Texas Exprese.a lp ail:4tam Kscky Muunlala Ltd. .aid 47 pm all. am Illlaeta reatral Chicago Express a 71 am a i ts pm Chicago Umlted a t. pu a l is) am Mtaeasri Part tie K. C. St. L. Ex....aFam a 7 sam K. C. St. L. Ex....all Is pm ai.iopm tkleags at .Wsrthsreeles-a NORTHBOUND. M!nn.-St. Paul Ex al-etam Mtnn.-st. Paid I, l d . a 7 pm Twin lty axpreaa.. Sioux City Local Minn. Dakota Ex. Twin City Umlted.... Minuesota Express.. tA.sTBOCND. Carroll Local aluuam Davlixht Chicago .'Sun Chicago Local Cotorado-Chlcngti Chicago Special... Pac. Coast-Chlrago.. YUAN TRAITORTO BOTH SIDES Premier"! Ifforti to Bring About Abdication Are Futile. SU5 TELLS OF DOUBLE DEALKG SIS am ..a 7:41 am as) ID pm ,.a 4tpin alKpm ..a t:s pm a I Is am .alsipm al.atam au.'Bara a I Km ah pm a I It pm a I u pm a t ttam a I'js pm .ali nm .all pm .a I :E pm a I J6 pm Los Angeles I Jmiied..a I SO pm ail at nea Overland Limited. .....a i pm al Usm Carton Local a 4 w pm slSOSsm Fsst Msil al.apm alspm Ce.lar Rapid Slsux City end omsha a I pm CMiietin-al ttate L't'd 1 J team ll.lt pm WEflTBOfND. long Pine a I on am au nt am Norfolk-Dallss a I on am al It pm Ixing Plne-Uncoln a I U am a 4 pm Hsstlngs-suner4or ....kl llpm s I pm Deedwond-Hot gp'ga. a i fit pm a pm Casper-lander a I as pm all Co pm FTemoBt-AIMoa .klpm b 144 pm WAKTEIs 81TIATION8 WHITE Isdy desires steady planes f aay wora; negt, oonacianuous; soes nni siaappoint engagement mono rt. shi, WANTED-Poslllen aa housekeeper by respectable middle-aged lsly. Prefer home with children. Also sxiisrienced a nurse. Address Mrs Metis turner, gen eral delivery. Council Bluffs, I WASHING and Ironing dose. T., H.44J0. HITI'ATION wanted aa nanager of general etore, country town; experienced. u sis. ne oiiuin.rii,u .iiu , -.w,-. evenings ana ca.urasjsj use tyftiewriwr. LiArmm I. 71.1 THlCtK young ladle piano player and expcriencea. I'ougiBJ seao. n. us. pee. PuM'llON wanted by conipettnl lady stenographer; rafeisncs as is ability. Harney 144. WHITE woman wants day work, tit 8. Mth Bt. A-kUs. WANTLD A position as watchman or secret servicing; gooa. retersnce u ivjs, Bee. TOL'NG Isdy desires poeiuoo in office wnere tnere is a cnancs tor asvaiieeraeat. Hmall wages to start. Can operate type writer. Webatar Wis. AN experienced cashier desires post lion, lyougiae etis. WANTRii Kv atuilent I'ralehlun eol. lege, opportunity to earn board or board and room. Addess C 113. Be or phone Uouglas 7741 KXPUHH-NCIO) stenogrspber wleiies position wits a firm; giis speiier ana is fast on the Underwood typwrlter. Adore- H 1117. eare rite. TOUNG roan wants position as. bar tender; experienced. 0 111, Bee. EXPERIENCED colored cook rork. Phone Harney Us. wants WOMAN wants day work. Harney IIP. WANTED Position as bank booE keeper; am an International Correapon- dence Hchool man and can furnish excel lent reference Am now employed la general store. Box SO, Blair, Neb. Yol'NG lady wants position aa office girl; can run typewriter; best of refer ences: win start with small wages. 'Phone Webster US. TOI'NG lady of xood appearance wants a posltioo to do light housekeeping for a bachelor; prefer la city. 1411 Leaven worth 8t. MIDDLK-AGF.D widow of good appear ance wants a noeltlon to do light house keeping. 'Phone Red KM. AN EXPERIENCED girt Is assist la bookkeeping and 'phone. Web. (-Ms. EXPERIENCED laundress wants day work in prlvste family. Call Harney a. NO need of worrying about dessert when Dalsell Is In town. If B. Gross. 40 Grand Av. will corns to Tba Be office within three dsys ws will give him aa order for a quart brick of thla fins ice cream. IVCE curtains and bundle washing. Hatney MM. Yot'NG man 12bl destrea work as driver In town or out; conscientious: don't use liquor or tobacco. F lift, Be. HANSOOM PARK BARGAIN. I am authorised to sell the I room modern house on Geore-ta Are., near Woolworth, at a big bargain. IJvIng room with fir place, library, dining room and kitchen. Five bed rooms ana bath. A beautiful east front lot sOxlsu feet, with paving paid. Close to good school and church, .and the park. Price reduced from tS.5fo H . Terms can be srranged. E. W, Stoltenberg, 43: B. of T. Bldg. Douglas 1S10. OWN A FARM HOME In the mild, sunny southeast: prices are wonderfully low; $10 an acre up buys fine terming or graxing land; big profits from truck or poultry, requiting very small cspttal; fortunes In apples and all other fruits, pecan nut alfalfa, etc.; live stock, hogs snd dairying pay Im mense returns;, no droutha. blizzards, long winter or expensive irrigation to be contended with la the tout beast : send for Isnd prices and free subscription to the Southern Field. Write st once to Chss. 8 Chase, Western Agent, Room 17 Chemical Building. St- Lou! Mo. REAL KSTATE bOANS OMAHA Property and Nebraska Land O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO. w!4 New Omaha Nat I Bank Building. WANTED City loans snd warrant W. Far nam Smith e Co.. U2D Farnam Ml HOl'SE. 3 lots, near car, i.jijn. Wilson. FARM LOANS near Omaha; no com mission; optional pai ments: cheap money. Orln ft Mernli. 1111 City Nat l Hank Bldg. MONEY to loan on h'jslnese or resl der.ee properties. n.W to ttfo.onn. W. H. THOMAS. .WS First Nati Bank Bldg. WA-MfcD-CUy loans. Peters Trust Co. BOOKK KEJPBK, well experienced In lumber, general merchandise, banking, de sires position. Reasonable salary. Lo cate anywhere. P. O. Box 111. Omaha. LADY wants to do light housework. R 1724. -TOUNG man of high education wants position In general olfics or store; first clssa reference; win start with small wages. K 114. Be LIVE 8TOCH MARKET OP TEST Ship your stock tee South Oman Bars mileage and shrinkage. Tour consign menta receive prompt and careful atten tion. LIVE STOCK rOMMISSIOlf MER CHANT: Byers Bros. sV Co. strong and responsible WOOD BROS.. IM-ll 'Exchange Bldg" Greet West. Com. C. Omaha gt Denver w7r. SMITH A BON Just hsndle sheep. TAGG BROS, handle cattle, hogs, sheep. Clay. Robinson A Co.. M Exchange Bid. Interstate Co. Better results. Ship te us, CLIFTON Com. Co.. 2a E -.Changs Bldg. L. E. ROBERTS at CO.. WExfirBIdt5 Cox A Jones Com. Co.. bunch of hustler Farmers L. 8. Com. Co.. M Exeh. Bldg. Deposit proceec's of shipments In Btock Tarda Nat'l bank. Only bank st yard Martin Bros, "k Co. SAV-4 Exch. Bldg. OMAHA. THE GRAI MARKET WEEKS GRAIN CO.. grain merchant Consignments solicited. .t Brandtl arllsstea tatla srllaaiss Depart. Arrlvs. Denver California. 4:N pm 4 1.44 pm Puget Hound Express .a 4 It pm a I 44 pm Nebraska points a am a M pm Black Hills a 4 la pm a I 4i pro t.tnenln Mall b I rJ em .19 II . Nitrthwest Express ...sll:S pm a7;0Spta Nebraska points a so am a 1:1 pm V-threske Kinross ...a 1:14 am . l u I.lncoln Loral a l ot am chuylsr-Plattsraouth b 1.0 pm bit M pm , -1 s, a uiriuiui uwv., v s am Plattamouth-lowa ....a I II am a I ts em Bellevue-Plsttsmoutk.slJ lS pm a 1:4 nm Chicago Kpeelal a 7:11 am all li pni Denver Bperlal all M pm a 7 0 pm Chicago Express e 4 pro alsipm Chi. Fast Express s :M pm a lt am Iowa Local a U am alt a) am Crsatoa (la ) Local... b I J pm bio ti am 8t. Iuls Kxpresa., -.a 4 4 pm ali i am K. C. A 8t. Joeeph....al 44 pm a at am K. C. m. Joseph. ..a 1 11 am a t.M Pm K. C. BL Joseph... 4: pm ikl daily except Sunday, to Sunday only, laj dsllyj IBIk ill Webster Webster gtatlea Mlsssari Pselfle . Depart. Arrlvs. Auburn Lora! blsopm bll u am Ihleaaw. St. Psal, Mlsseapells at . mt m m h Hlotix City Kxpress., ,b t TS pm bll K pm omaha Local c I am c IS pm FIDUI Lny rmmm , O V.SS pm Twin Cltv Pass b S at am Emereoa Local ..ttipm bll am Burlington and Eock Island Buy Portion of Gould Lines in West NEW YORK. Jan. 8.-A fiumbsr of Important changes In a western rallwsy field are under way, according to plan outlined In the Tribune this morning. The changes Involve the aequlslston by the Burlington road and ths Rock Island of part of ths holdings of ths Missouri Pacific la ths Denver sV Rio Grande which controls the Western Pacific. The negotiation are also believed to Include ths purchass by ths Great Northern of th Northern Pacific's equity la the Burlington. Th advantage to be gained by the Burlington and ths Rock Island In tha former deal would be that of shorter rout to th Pacific coast, via ths Den ver A Rio Oranda and Western Paci fic, both of ths former roads connecting with ths Denver A RIs Grande at Denver. Th purchass by ths two mads of a part of the bonds of th Western Paclflc guaranleed by the Denver A Kie Oranda and which aav bean. It I said, a heavy drain upon ths latter road's fineness, may be Included In ths deal, the con summation of which will depend. It Is asserted, upon th attitude of Oeorgs J. Gould, ths dominant Interest In Missouri Pacific. Ths railroad decMoa of th Northers Pacific to dispose of Its Interest In ths Burlington Is predicated upon a recently announced agreement bet w sen the Northern , Pacific and Chicago A Northwestern by which ths former Is given a direct connection Into Chicago, thus enabling It to give up Its connec tion with that city over th Burlington. Vkjert Waa ael l a Otvn Cairrs saest la Peking, Ssste af the Mlatleaarlee Are To Active. PEKING. Jan. a-Premler Yuan Shi Kal's efforts t bring about the sbdica-not- ef the throne hare failed and the sit uation la China has entered a new asd nerslexlaaT nhas. . i Prince Chang and the e."rmier Prince Pn-Lnn. former president of th national assembly, and Prince Tsal Suits, brother sf th cg-rgnl. assented themselves from ths conference of princes ef the Im perial clan today. bl. h left ths derision a to abdication to th reaouor.sr.es who have been strengthening their bands stead ily since the premier permitted ths prob ability of abdlcstinu to become known. Curiously enough, the princes of Inner Mongol, whom the Msnrbus consider In ferior to themselves, rallied lo ths aid of Ills Msnchu At a previous nesting one of the Mongols strongly controverted Prince Chlng'a argument that ths Imper ial armies wers uusbls lo oppose th reb els Apparently pent rations were complete for a provisional government: an abdlca tion edict baa oven been drafted, but the announcement that such a sourss waa contemplated, which bad been allowed te boon me public with the evident object of preparing the Manchu troops sgatnet ths shock. Inspired ctanamso of all de grees to rest. The dowager bring reluct ant abdicate, has accepted ths advice of the reactionary prince Ths matter of appointing Tin Trhang ths ex-war min ister of Tteh-Liang, Tartar general at Nanking, to replace Yuan 8 hi Kal was discussed but ths argument prevailed that ths nineteen articles of the constitution promulgated by ths aatlonal assembly last November should be observed. j sea Aswlast Mawehas. Yuan Shi Kal bluffing la becoming obvious. He has held special trains ready for several daya for his departure, but now that the Manchus have accepted hla challenge he remains In Peking. He has asked for a further "stok leave." Indicating that he has nn intention of re linquishing ths premiership, lis I now recogniied aa antt-Msnchu. therefor this distrustful country s ecu sea him of per sonal designs. It may b however, that bs to only following a patrlotio determina tion for ths purpose of preventing a divi sion of Iho country, with th prospect of subdivision Ths foreign legations, including th Amerlcsn legation, do not destre ts see Yuan "hi Kal retlr because a capable tubstltuts for hla offlc I not available Danger ts Mleelsaarle Many missionaries In ths north strongly resent ths attitude of ths missionaries In Shanghai, who are publicly eupporting ths revolution. Bishop Bash ford of the Methodist Episcopal mission and other prominent Amen can missionaries , have expressed to tho Washington administra tion a view that a republla Is Inevitable, while another group, almost entirely Americans, have lelegraplsad to ths snv preea dowager and tho loading princes ssklng them to abdicate. Tha American legation approves of ths opinions expressed In the following letter addressed t th legation from a mission In Chl-LI: "W strongly disapprove of mission aries becoming political advisers and placing themselves on tho ante of the revolutionaries. It ia a menace to us who remain la ths northern Interior. Ths art of tho mlsslonsrles In Shanghai signing such telegrams and widely pub llshlng them brand tha missionary body aa revolutionary and might mean our being wiped out at any tlm" The Imperialists already suspect thai I he missions, especially ths Amsrlcaa missions, are Inciting revolutionary Ideas. Th American minister, Mr. Cal houn, has endeavored repeatedly to per suade ths mlsslonsrles lo leave ths In terior, but many of them, particularly tits medical missionaries feel that thdr duly requires them to remsln. Pressler Deceives Hrpabllraae. NANKING, China, Jan. M "I am absolutsly convinced now aa I bar al ways been of the success and ths right eousness of this movement. Every moral, physical and financial sinew of ths pro vinces of Chin proper supports It." This statement by President Sun Tat Ben was made today to tha Associated Press. The president explained In hla Interview recent negotiations between ths republicans and tha Imperialists and discussed earnestly the situation in Chin 11 spoke with ths utmost con fidence snd appeared genuinely solici tous lest Ignorance of the true situation In ths south of China had misled ths foreign legations In Peking Into encour aging tha Imperialist government to re sist wnst he firmly believes lo bs ths Inevitable outcome of the present slats of affairs. If w tall to secure peso and a stab! government now. he coniliued. "the re sponsibility must rest on leking. The Manchus recently' accepted our term So Premier Yuan Shi Kal assured u Consequently t!ie srtnlstice wss renevted. With ths view of securing peace I per suaded the governora of tho republican provinces to agree te elect Yuan .-'hi Kal president of the republic when the abdi cation of tho throne ehould be announced. Aflrr much hesitation they consented. Yuan Shi Kal fully understood the pro gram. "I agreed to go lo Peking to discuss final arrangements with Yuan 8h! Kai Later we received a telegram from Peking demanding that ths renabllran government should be dissolved within two days after ths abdication of ths throne. "Evidently Yuen fhl Kal was deter miner", to establlah his own gnrenunent at Peking and being assured of ths attpport ot outside Influences he Intended to Ignore ths republican government snd break th agreement to which be bad assented. "Ths provtncisl governors, ths na tional assembly at Nanking and the mili tary leaders ebeolmetv refused. Hence our changed demand that Yuan 8hl Kal muat surrender the sovereign power of the throne and that tha foreign powers must recognize the republican govern ment before Yuan "hi Kal could be elected president." jjJJJ U.JLJI1W, . mm DENTIFRICE OLD MEMORIES BATTLE AGAINST BUSINESS SENSE UT. PLEASANT. I. Jan. del.) Whether to tear down tho old chapel and rebuild on ths aits or place ths new building on another part of th campus Is a question now confronting Simpson college authorttte Tho old chapel was built In the early ' snd for a time waa ths only building on tho eampue. Many students of th Institu tion hare received their entire college education within Its wall and naturally fond memories linger about the place to old alumni aad to tear It down now I means ts temper with ths sentiments of the older graduates of tho school. 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Jitstlc Lurton declared decisions of the supreme court had Indisputably deter mined: That beer and other Intoxicating liquors are the reeognlxed and hrsitlmat sub tents ef Inters tats osmmsrc. That no slat ean forbid any common carrier Is Irene port inch article from a consignor la ens stat to a consignee m another.' That until such transportation Is con cluded by delivery to th eonetgnee such commothilea do not become subjent ts such regulations restraining their sals or disposition. v Justice Lurton explained that th 'Wil ton act. which subjected (uch liquors to stat regulation although ths liquor still waa In ths original packages, did not apply befor actual delivery te th con signee where th shipment was Interstat HEALTH IS REGAINED, SAYS L.LBU0DENBER8 Strong Statement Made in Connes v tion wita Hew Tonie. K0 0TEEB REMEDY EQUAL TO IT specialist Says ths People Are Jsurt nealaaisg to Realise th Ureal Jerta - of This PreparatlsB.' Mr. U F. Buddenberg! 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