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TMri BKK: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 31, 1912.
TKKSOXAl,
V, rant and repair all kinds of sewing
riaebine. Ind. A-3. Douglas UK.
NEBRASKA CTCLS CO.. I
- - 13th and Harney sts. i
Massage. nil.eniioue. J Old Boston Bid.
. J-DAY blood remedy'
TTalish Pharmacy. Irth and Dodge.
REAL ESTATE.
r RtMH LAD FOR SU.K
WATTED 81Tr.TI0X8
iUSSAGEjrSi
Calltantla.
DOST WAIT 5 TEARS.
BUT CAJJFOR.N1A FULL-BEARING
ORCHARDS.
MONET BACK IF NOT SATISFIED.
tw.e tuh and $3Xeo per month buy
AN
Douiu Ml.
desires pol-
f 4 nvirT-m treatment
WAN'TSD By atudent Creighton col
lege, opportunity to wni rx-:d or beard
and room. Address C 113. Bee or pnone j
WUf'H till
EXPERIKNCKD stenographer withes a
Mr. Steele, jfive arm with fUI-beartnc trull trees "in ' Poa"n with a firm: food soe'ler and is
round noor the famous Bidwall orchards at Chic. ! the CMerwood 4ypwrltsr. Ad-
u i t-p . i. i i.i . cwre Dee.
B. Brott. ;u
Ground
California. Paymonts Include Interest
D . l,IJ' wiouej uc it mi. iui.m. man wants position as oex-
MAXS A (IK Baths, sait flew aromatic 'orchards are the moot noted and pre-
tender: experienced. 6 tie. Bee.
1 trMlnwni
'fCJucaia. KB a Kih St.. 1st floor.
1.1
Hire
D
Iil4 Hon d.
Indies uui.n,; Remedies, 401 A are Ilk.
THK SALVATION AKMI solicit oast
off clothing. In fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair snd sell, at U4
11th St., tor cost of collection, to the
worthy poor. Call phone Douglss OS and
wagons wln nlL
YOUNG lady wants position as oflVa
gin; csn run typewriter; best of reler-
I r.hf.Ml. It Alt
his land that prompts this generous of- I U "
er. We've peaches, prunes, almonds. . . fJ3i: ; J
WANTED Work for a number of able-
VICIOUS BUFFALO IS DOOMED
Animal that Killed Keeper Ander-'
hi Will Be Shot by DaMman.
CITY IS HELD ACCOUNTABLE
loejalry Discloses that Aaiasal A'aa
Off Ills Feed aad Mas la aa
I air Mwod Vl'lra Ander
sen Was Attacked.
How to Make
Bitter Cough Syrup than
You Can Buy
A Fassllr Basely, aarlss; fa aad
Fally G
CLUB CHAIRMEN ARE KAMED jMRS. F. W. HAMANK IS ' S
AVERY HAPPY WOMAN NOW,
George fl. Kelly, Head of Exeentive i
Committee, Kamei leaden.-
I
SEW UEXBE&S ARE ASSIGNED
;. Tiieueanda of people hav
fount the home they aero
'looking for among the real
' estate. ada on The Bee went
sd pace. The home you
want to sell can be disposed
of quickly at cost of only a
' few cent throtif h Be want
ads.
SWEDISH msrssfe. for rheumatism,
muscles. Joints, diseases. Kars'.en Ton
eth." only Omaha masseur graduate la
Sweden. fa tin. Nat'l Bank. Doug. ni
YOCNG LADV leaving soon forMardi
Graa n New Orleans would bs pleased to
leant of a respectable woman who may
also bs going to the same place and
would be a congenial trsTeltne compsn
Ion. References eachanf ed, address 8 at,
-sre Omaha Bee.
M4SS VfK Swedish movement Apt.
fSSA(JP' Mr"- Snyder has chsnxed
jIAOO.lUlj hfT oo.Uo vhrn
elves Swedish masssf e. also rlbrator and
i a.liator treatments. 5M lSee BUlf. Red
E. Erenlnfs D. gK. for appointments.
H AKKS , Chtrorractor. t IouslaVUi7.
1th and Dodfe If you are slvk snd ha-e
tried overythluc with no results, why not
try Chropra-tio (sflnal adjustmonls) and
xet Well, fhone Ind. A-1371
POV LTRY AXli rETSTOCK "
itOUP easily cured by Bob Whites
Roup Cure, ."5 box. If your dealer can
not supply you, , writs us direct, sendlns
dealers naino. Hon WHITK Co DM
N. 1th St., Omalia. Nek. Webster SCIT.
fer. We've peaches, prunes, almonds,
apricots and Bartlett pears. Buyers
railroad fares, not exceeding MJu will
be credited on purchase price. Land ad
loina the thrlrinc town of Chlco tl4es
pop.1. Heferencee: Any bank of Chlco.
American National bank of ten Fran
cisco snd First National bank of iSan
Leandro. end for -aluabls Information
and facts to
1UDWELL ORCHARDS. INC..
Chl.-o. llal.
Florida.
FLORIDA
THE LAND OF SUXSI1INE
We are offerinir la, 20 and oVacra tracts
and upwards located In Columbia county
near Lahe Clly, Florida, M miles west of
Jet-kaoni Ills and onlv SO miles from tH.
Aufustlne. This property Is Intersected
by three rallroaua of national reputation,
which furnish the best servers at
reasonable rates to all markets of tbs
United istatr. ,
Vhe climate Is Ideal. Fins famti are
now belni aorked tn oar tract with
exceptionally good results. Own one of
our fams. Investigate our otter, email
cash payments and easy terms
I-oar rates daily. Tickets good until
Juue 1.
ROBT. C. DRUESEIW1W ft CO.
(Sales Attentat
CM Omaha National Bank Bids'.
Omaha. Neb.
bodied men Russian emlfrantr. Among
the number Is a bookkeeper, a forester, a
grain man, a saker. inning to do any
work to make a Urtr-f. A number are
anxious to obtain work on a farm. Ad.
dress Hiss Helen Grodtnsky, 474 Brartdels
ruog. rnone Lougiae i.s-s
WA.'TKD-Ut curtains tn be laua-
aered st home: tie pair. Harney KU.
First-class, practical nurse H Wis, A-WTt
KXPERIENCED
Ksfflr corn makes hens Isv. $2 per 100:
screenings. U per 1DD. Wsgner. HM N. 11
FOR SALG-PreTllest little whTtVpiipV
nine weeks old: full-blooded Pomer
snlans; good bouse dogs. Males. Ill Mrs.
Frank Mclaniel. Vale. Is.
FC.t
Irkes.
ALK Toy poodle pup. Earl
ei ii .-no.
nth Ave. Web. Jan.
"A GOOD OPPflRTfNITVHilO pairs
"T full Monded Homer pigeons all branded
and working, for ssle cheap. Object for
renin, in ueaJin. Address 1 Z6. care
,'n"na Bee.
Idasm.
W-AfRE dsiry farm In the famous
Payette vslKv. three-fourths mile to
town and cheeee fai-tory. Best of fruit
land: good home, orchard, sniail frilt.
Wrlto J. K. b'heldon, owner. New Ply
mouth. Tdslio.
loera,
THK eas.est way to find a buyer for
your farm Is to Insert a small want ad
In the Ilea Moines Capital. I .arrest cir
culation In the stats of Iowa, 43.000 dallv.
Ths capital la read by and believed in
by the standpatters of Iowa, who almply
woman wishes
work. WVbster eHf.
PLAIN day work wanted.
Ilolrten. Tel. Harney 470.
day
Johanna
P.XPERIENCED girl wants position la
doctor's office. j?m Hamilton.
IRONING, sweeping, dusting by
hour. tnd. F 1T. South Omaha.
the
tOrNG man. at present employed.
wsnts position as bookkeeper In or near
I'mena; experienced m wholesale and
branch work. T 110, care Bee.
PAT work wsnted. 11. Mm.
POSITION aa housekeeper for rrspect
sble widower or barhelcr by middle-aged
widow. Call Sunday or Monday, or
phone A-JM. ml Farnam 8t.
WANTED PosHInn as credit msnager
by young man: married: thoroughly ex
perienced. Address IXH-k Box Or. Omaha.
TOl'Ntl man of high education wants
position In general office or store: first
class leferences: will start with small
waaes. K 114. Bee.
PRACTICAL younu farmer. 31. wishes
work on farm; permanent. Address 7701
Fsmatn St. Phone H. K
EXPBRIENCKU
Ken. Dav work
laundress. Webster
DAY work wsnted. Webster asT.
K X PERlnNC KD biiiTna" etirk. UooS
ri-ference. Phone Douglas 5S.9.
V'ANTKO Position as dTshwasher, by
n:iddle atrcd woman. Phone Wel'Sler im.
AMHKsTanil rubblsli-taken from the
h,t.nuMl n.l hall Haul..!- M,mnilil
reiuse to permit nny otner paper In iheir H&rner sTt.
nomes. naiea, t cent a word a day; 11.24
per line per month: count six ordinary
words to ths line. Address Oes Moines
Cspitsl. Des Moines, la.
MAKU mountain canaries: young,
iirsuny lemeiew ror nreeatng. wen. ).
FOR SALE Gold, hrlndle Boston bull
"Tier; peaigree; i years. Call Harney
REAL ESTATE
niiLncKS' ixfur-siatiox.
:.-ctrlc ras fixtures. Omaha Silver Co.
Ideal Cement Co . Inn and Cuming.
-. :iT FROPEHT- FOR IAl7t
Buy This Lot in
Benson
e- '.E"t ""X
f30 iin-iion.iin down, balance 110 per
month. It Is well looted not far from
car and school; is Mxlf. Just the place
fiu us ana gooa nome.
(iKOKUE K, AVKW1IT,
, . Bee Pnhllshlng Company, City.
1 1
$2,300
Gno.1 five-room liotwa having gas and
romlete bath; within walking distance
if postofflce. IM and a tine place
to raise chickens. North part of cltv.
sat of Sherman aenua. Webster oat
lifter p m.
. GEORGE It WRIGHT,
Bee Publishing Cofnpany.
REAL ESTATE WANTEIt
:w-foot frontage on lh near Center.
J2,l.
Full lot on 4Sd north of Dodge, too.
r-r. bungalow, north part city.
Mouse and lot. Tllh and Douglas. (1.250.
elegant repair, new: Mth 41 Seward,
t D. WKAD. IfOI FARNAM ST.
$5 For An Ad
Xf Webster St.. must be sold. Long
at It if you are a buyer ask to go
through.
Tl e best ad of less than 75 words de
scribing the above wins tTi. Ad must
reach um by Saturday noon.
O'KEEFE HEAL ESTATE CO i iT.".
1W-ACRK. well Improved fsrm in Iowa,
with in A miles of Omaha. A big bargain
at tl per acre. Uood terms. Address
K 112. Bee.
position
as
voi:N(j lady wains
waitress. Ind. A-174.
WANTKD- By young man, office work
or bookkeeping; can g:vo satisfaction.
N lis). Bee.
Nebrmaka.
SNAPS near Omaha. P per acre up.
Orlll S. Merrill, llll City Nat l Bk. Rtdg.
FOR SALE.
Good section unimproved lsnd In west
em Nebraska; only H2 00 aa acrs. If you
want to double your money, writ B-UM.
Omaha Bee. Omaha.
FOR 8ALR-4 Keith Co.. Neb., farms;
S half and 1 quarter sections. Improved,
near stations; Bi and Ho per acre; terms.
Address J. C. Percy, Pax Inn. Neb.
ltW-ACRR airslfa fsrm and good team
for sale or Irade. Address I 110, Beo.
(Vgasalag.
let) ACRES Irrigated land. tl( In alfalfa.
4 miles from Wheatland, Wyo. H. Gross,
601 S. Jid.
Mlsoellasieoas.
Fsrmsrs and land buyers
all Aer ths country ate
leading Bee want ads every
dsy snd snapping up every
bargain offered.
Rates Isl cents per word
If run only one time. Ic per
word If run two sr mors
times consecutively.
Writs and mall your ad
today to Real Estate depart
ment of Tne Omaha Baa. Re
sults art sure.
TiU'N'G lady desires position as chil
dren's nurse; three years' experience.
Hsrney 'phone 10M.
FARMER, ex-school teacher, wants po
sition In lumber yard. Implement house or
hardware store with an opportunity for
advancement. Address V tit, Bee.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship your stock to South Omsba. Sara
mileage and shrinkage. Tour coneign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. LIT Stock Caaaaatasiem Merchants.
Myers Rros. 4t Co. Strong and responsible
WOOD" BROS., m-3SExchange Bldg.
Great West. Com. Co.. Omaha A Denver.
W. R. SMITH A BON Just handle sheaf.
"taGO BROS, handle rattle, host, sheepT
Clay. Robinson A Co.. 3M Exchange Bid.
Interstats Co. Betler results. Ship to us.
CLI FTONCom. Co., grKxchange Bldf"
!?' ROBEKTB a CO.. Exch. Bldg"
Cox A Jones Com. Co.. bunch of hustlsrs
"Fsrniers U S. Core. Co.. tOt lcOlldg
Deposit proceeds of shipments la Stock
Tnrds Nst'l bsnk. Only bank at yards.
Martin" Bros, i, CoTuM TjxchTFIldgT
OMAHA, THE GRAIN MARKET
WEEKS OKA IN CO..
Consignments solicited.
grain mercliaata,
73 Brands:.
KA1LWAV TIMK CARD.
VMON Hl Aflu.1 Tesilh aad Hues
OWN A FARM HOMal.
in the mild, sunnv southesst: Drlces are
wonderruny low: (10 an acre ud buva fine
farming or graaing land: big profits from
truck or poultry, reoiilrlna verv amall
capital; fortunes In apples and all other
fruits, pecan mils, alfalfa, etc: live .lock
hogs and dairying pay Immense returns;
no arougnts, Diiszaras. long winters, or i
expensive Irrlgstlon to he contended lihCsloa PasUlc
In the southeast. Send for land prices Depart Arrlvs.
and free subscription to the Southern 1 San Fran. Orerl'd L. a 4. am a 7:40 Dm
Field. Write at ones to ('has. 8. Chase. , China fc Japan F. M..a:Din a 1:46 nm
western agent. Room 173 Chemical Build. Atlantic Express a 4 46 am
lug. St. Louis. Mo. Oregon Expres alttVpm a 1:10 pm
: :IIas Angeles Limited. . aij:4t pm a !: am
I Denver special a7:i4sm sT 37stn
Centennial State Sds'I. all :S"om all at sm
.1 MA N or Stanley county. S. D.. land. f Colorado Express ......a ' pm a 4:M pm
tiu went to aei
price.
Sentence of death wss passed on Mon
arch II. the big buffalo that gored to
death Nels P. Anderson, ths aged keeper
of animals at Rl verv lew park Sunday
morning by a coroner's jury yesterday.
In addition - to ordering ti.e animal
killed the Jury held that the Omaha Park
board was responsible for the death of
Anderson, .because of the absence of
proper equipment, such aa galea In the
Pen. . h ...
It was brought out In the Itvruest by
Mrs. C. Evans, m witness Who lived at
tha Anderson home, that the park board
had been requested to kill tha animal
ahout two weeks prior to ths accMsnt and
that William R. Adams, superintendent
of parks, was averse to putting the buf
falo to death. Mrs. Evans said Mr. An
derson railed up Mr. Adams In her pres
ence and told him that the buffalo was
off his feed and very vicious and asked
him to kill tha animal. Mr. Adam was
placed on tha ataml and said Anderson
called him up and mid him he wanted
the animal killed, because It waa not
eating and waa vicious. Mr. Adams said
ha told Anderson that ths buffalo's hide
was far mors valuable than tha best It
self and asked Anderson lo wait a few
da; s and see If It did not take lo Its feed j
again. lis said he saw Anderson a few
days later snd the letter said the buffalo
wss ailrlKht gain.
Charles Frlgge. an employ of tlie park
board said the buffalo was supposed to
be Mind, but Irs said he was posltlvs that
It was not blind, as the animal could al
ways see people outside of the fence.
James Shields and Frank Bowman, th
two bays who found Anderson In the park
Sunday morning said they wera frequent
visitors to the park and positively Mated
that th bull was not blind snd wss very
vicious. They both said that the bull
would Invariably charge from one end of
I he field when boys Html up against the
fence to tessa It.
The boys also ssld there wa no gat
to the animal park and In order to get
Into It Anderson hsd to crawl over a high
fence. It waa ahown that Anderson could
not have broken, the Ice In the trough to
fill with water without going Into the
park. Mr. Adams ssld hs bad warned
Anderson not to go Into the dark, but
admitted I here waa no way of watering
the animals during ths winter In any way
but by entering the park and filling ths
trough with water from pall.
At present It has not been decided who
will have the tssk of killing the big
buffalo bull, but th honor will probably
fall to Mayor Cvhlman, who killed Mon
arch I.
Three Old Co at salt tees Are Left bat
aad Three ew Oaew Are Sab
sill atrd la Their Trace
t essplele List.
A full pint of cough sirup es much
at you could buy lor $2.50 csn easily
b aiad at home. Yon will find nothing
that takes bold of aa obatinata ooueli
nior quickly, usually ending it inside of Following is ths IM of chairmen a on
84 hour. Excellent, too, for croup, vice chairmen of the standing commll-
wnooPin xlth. ora lunjrt, ajtlinaa, tee of the Commercial club, announced
TTc. "i "" by Chairman Geo ... Kelly
. . 1 p. -af tho .rttiv cAm,lti.
i Resident of Omaha Tell How She I
Regained Her Health.
HEW METHOD 18 SUCCESSFUL)
Sprelallai Sara Large Pcreaataa ef j
Popnlatloa of All Large Cities i
Are Affexrtcd with err
e Debility.' '
CHARITIES.
Chairmen- Vice ttiairman
C. L'. Yoji. Victor Rosewater,
KN'TEKTAINMEN t.
Joseph Barker. T. H. Coleni i.
FINANCE.
Vt pint of warm water, and Mir for 2
minute. Put 24 ounces of Piaex (aftr
cents' worth) in a pint bottle, town add
ma etnrar syrup, at. Keeps penectlT.
Take a teaspouojul every one, two or
three hour.
ini i just lAxatlv enouah to hclo C. T. Kountse. v M lluinn.
euro a cough. Also stimulate the appa. good ROADS,
tite, which il usually upset by a causa. J- SiuiderUmi. s. a. et-arle.
The. U.I. i. pleasant. 7 , s r "1AI! kt-
Th. effect of pin. and sugar smip on S' Lo"'"- llogMn (u,""'
tha iaflametf aiembrsne is well known. Gould Diets. k. Brown.'
Piosx I th most valuable, concent rated) INDV8TR1AL.
enmponnd o( Norway white pin extract, Edgar All n. w. t. c.!s.
rich in Fuaiasol and all the natural . INSVRANCE.
healin pin elements. Other nrenara. C. Kennedy, c. W. Martin.
tions will not work in this formula.
The Finer; and Sugar Syrup recipe Is
now need br thousand of housewives
throughout tha United State and Can
ada. The plan haa been imitated, bat
the old successful formula his nerec
been equaled.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, er
money promptly refunded, goes with this
recipe. Your dnuHat hs Pinei, or will
F;t It for vnu If not. scad to Tag
incx Co, Ft, Wayne, Ind.
AGENT HELDF0R THEFT
Bagajemau Held Beiponiible for
300 Miisinr Hail Pouches.
LURED TO JUSTICE BT DECOY
Federal Aataorltle I aakle (a Kstl-
saale Tala t Mailer asset Kaw
roate r.rtereea lawaell
luffs aad Deaver.
n. aend numbers and in.'.., Oreaon-Wash. L't'd....aui:H)Bm si a cm
W. L. Frost. Sioux Cliy, ia i North Plslte local. ...a 4:16am a 4:46 pm
REAIi ESTATE LOANS
OMAHA Property aud Nebraska Lauds,
U B KB.AL GsTATb CO..
ICU New Omaha Nat l Bank Building.
-I-
snd wsrrsnts.
ism Farnam hu
"VI i MONET to loan on business or resi-
l jflPan l ifirnPf I rt n' properties. Il.ow) to v.,oo. W. M.
KJll,aJ VJUH1CI i-Ulj THOMAS. KB First Nst'l Bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
t luse-ln. room for 4, Great Western
nuusHs; city wat-r, sewer, gas snd paved
elreet; everything paid; sis eulfv and
ovj. .
BIRKETT & TEBBE.N'S.
S Be Bldg.. Douglaa 47S1.
l-'OK SALE-,Mve and six room cottage;
also 1 up-to-date i-room house. Call
;i eo. l6'i ; owner.
llOt'Kf:. 1 lots,
431 Corby-
near car, 75u. Wilson.
' .'H ACRES Willi house, fruit and other
improvements; near Benson. 'Phone
licnson 547 W.
ACHsJAGK FOR SALE
10 Acres in Fruit
tti and fowler Ave.. I acre with all
k:nns of fruiL good 7-room hous and
oilier outbuildings. Immediate posmb
alon. On y 4 Moiii tn car.
I. BOSTWICK.
av s.i atTtr St. Ground Floor Bee Bidir.e
1 A J
fan
REAL ESTATE
KIMH LAISPO FOR AI.K
British C'alaaaalsw '
loice valley farms in tracts of 1(0 acres
knure oa easy terms, within 1 to a miles
r, the towns along the Ursud Trunk
k.'lc liallwsy beteeea Fort George and
nuiiei t. v nte lor booklet tie-
ling tins wonderful cououy. at.
I. District Mies Agent, ia Paxton
. Omahs, Neb.
io to ll,o made promptly. P. O.
Wesd, Weed Hldg.. nth snd Farnam.
GAEVlNBltOS L"' od
Ounha Kat l Bank
FOR RALE OR EXCHAXUH
i nanaie trsaes eveivrwnen-. it run went
results write or call Dean. H7 Bee. D 13ML
. v , i . DVO.E, vi , . 1 1 a i , e v j owner,
level prairie quarter. Stanley county, B.
D.; level prairie quarter. Morton county.
c. t., ieei uisuie qusrier, witn Some
grove, Kittson county, and 40 acres Kan
abec county, Minn.; will sell sny or all
and f lv terms or exchsnge all for one
piece. C. W. Prey, owner. South Shore
s. I.
K1A1BAI.L organ, latest style; big bar
gain. 3(1 N. Kth.
fl.Or STOCK groceries and tiueensware.
new and fresh, still In the wholesale stuck.
nm escnaiiK i'i neavy arati teum. nar
ness and wagon, balance cash. Jut the
chance to atart in ousineifa for yourself.
Address Y 11, car Bee.
WANTED TO VKX
it.
tOKK truit farms in tracts of 10
scifK or more on easy terms; aiong the
bKAM river near srince Hupert, central
l.ril sn columtna. csli or write B. Mey
a line sal- agent, til Paxton B:og..
uihaha, Neo.
4Seorgla.
GRE-VT SOUTH GE0EGL
Traversed br the
ATLANTA. BIRMINGHAM A ATLAN
TIC RAILROAD,
'-ands adapted to the widest rang of
crops. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coining country, its soil.
cl.nMte, church, and school advantages,
WT.t
W. H. LEAHT. DEPT. K,
tiencral Passenger Agent.
ATLANTA. GA-
Caauada,
"WILL buy for anyone British Colum
h'a Farm Iinds on uncompleted Gntml
Trunk without commission exceidlng pr-i-eniag
of profits,. Ijirg returns cer-la-'n.
Frank Crawfonl. 311 Homer Street.
enceuver. or Omaha."
M1bscm:.
FVift SALE-M) acres good, level lsnd.
o stone or stumps: Za seres under plow
csn all he plowed: good ret buildi -gs;
.'. half cash. taks it before February
!. Adam Morast. Canbridee. Minn.
M-hand goods. Kieser. 10A) Center. D.eK
WANT TO BL V-Sttck of merchandise
n country tor cssh. Box SX Onuahs.
Orand Island Local. ...a 6:S1 pm 10:Stiaui
Slromsburg Local bir;4l pm bl:iDpm
Wabash
Omahs-St. Iiuls Ex..al:10prn itiSim
Msll and Express a 7.01am a!l:lpm
Stanb'y L. (from C.B.).b t:00pm bl0:15sm
4'hleaao lirrat Weeiern
Twin City lJmited a s pm a7:4fcam
Twin Clly Express. ...a 7:44 am ilHpn
Chicago Express a IM pm a l:4i pm
(hlcago, Roeat lalaad at I'aeirio
EAST. n
Rocky Mountain ia .ali a am aioi-, nm
Chicago Local Pass. ...bl0:S sin bio.liipm
Chicsgo Day Express. a :tain sl xipm
Chicago Express a 4:10 pm a 1:10 pm
ties Moines Locsl Pas a 4 27 pm s 11:12 pm
Ciiicag o-Nebranka Ltd. a t:M pa a l:W am
WEST.
C.-Neb. L. to I.lnco.a a 01 sm at lSpm
Chlosgo-Color-ado Kx. al Spm a 4 09 pm
Sioux City Girl
Saves Omaha Man
from Drowning
Kd. Blsrrflan. employe of the Omaha
Water company and a member ef the
Omaha Rod and Oun club, had a nar
row escape from drowning Sunday after'
noon In the Missouri nver. ana was
saved by the quick work of Miss I illlsn
Morrrll of Sioux City, who la visiting
In Omaha at IB North Twsnty-tt street.
Blerman and Miss Morrell were akatlng
when ths Ire gave way and Blerman
want In over hit heed. Miss Morrell
held to his hand and was herself dragged
Into tho hula In th Ic but wa able
to keep hold of the solid Ire so she
wa wet only to her wsltt and wa abl
to pull Blerman out.
The young people had quite an exper
ience getting dry. They hsd skated from
Rlvervlew park down ths 'river until
opposite Gibson, where the Ire gavs way.
They msds a hasty retreat to th Bur
lington round house where they dried
their clothes and then cams to Omaha
tn the cab of a switch mains.
Neither suffered any bad effects from
their ducking.
nieaao-v.oi'jrauo li.s i:Dm iimnm
Okl. & Texas Express. a 140 pm si 46 am
itocay Mountain iia..aiv:4i pm all. Slam
(.means) at horthweeteraw
NORTHBOUND.
Minn. -8l. Paul Ex a 7:0Dam
Minn.-St. Paul Lld.. a7 'pm aroVani
Twin City Express.. . .a 7:S sm am m
Sioux City Local a 1 pm a I a pm
Minn. Dakota Kx...a !;tf pm a 16 am
Tw in City Limited a I pm a T s aia
Ulnucsoia Express all:0l)am
EASTBOCND.
Carroll Local a l oo am alltpm
Dsyilsht Chicago 7 40am alettpm
Chicago Local al2 wpm a l it pre
l.'olorado-ChlcaBO .....Mk loom . i '1
Chicago Special a ID!pn aiu
i'ac. coast-t nicago. ... ,;n a a um
Los Angeles Limited. .a 0.10pm ais-inn.
Overland Limited. .... .a 7:ob pm a:Uam
noil luteal a 4.30pm aio-tai.n.
Fast Mall a . nva a S:S nm
. -. . . U . ... .1- CliBM. '
Cltv snd Omaha
Centennial Male L t d .':) am
WESTROCNI)
TEAM of young mares, with foal, also i Long Pin a 140 am
Negro Caught With
the Stolen Money
C. C. carter, a negro employed by
Andrew Menu. 2401S Cuming street, was
arres.ed Monday night for the theft of 1140
from his employer. lie M charged with
grand larceny. C.vrter Is employed a a
laborer about th piac and waa waahlng
th window Monday sfttmoon when
Mehua left ths room and left a hank
book containing 1140 on hi deek. When
he returned th money "was gone and so
wss th negro. The police were notified
and Immediately went ta th scene. After
a starch they found th negro eating
lunch In a saloon about two blocks away.
He was searched and the money found on
his person.
Caught In the very act of making away
with decoy mall prepared especially for
him. W. T. Johnston, electrician and
baggage agent employed by the I'nlon
Pacific, was arrested yesterday at Denver
by federal authorities.
Over three hundred distance where
mall l a been reported aa missing are
said to have been traced to Johnston,
and railway mall officials who hav been
In a panic aver since December 1, when
th depredation began are now resting
easily, for from the manner In which Hi
pouches disappeared It aeemed aa though
tie mall officials aad clerks themselves
were guilty.
Johnston as baggage agent had free
access to th mall oar on hi run, which
wa between Denver and Council Bluff.
Hi system or stealing the poucbea was
so perfect that while ever twenty rail-'
way mail clerks were under surveillance
Johnston was not suspected. The prob
lem was so bsffllng that postofflce In'
spectors from Ksosss City, Omaha and
Denver were called In. They quickly
eliminated th possibility of the derks
having anything lo do with ths thefts.
and finally no one elre was left exoept
Johnston.
Caaaht ellk Decoy. ' '
Monday Inspector J. F. Eliton of Kan'
saa City and Chief Clerk Mettlln prepared
a decoy pouch and placed It on ths car
whei Johnston could get II. This morn
Ing It was not among th pouches deliv
ered In Denver and Johnston waa ar
rested. He wgs searched and th money
orders and marked money which waa la
the decoy pouch were found upon him.
It la Impesarlbl to estimate the value
of the stolen pouches, but Superintendent
Mastsn believe that Johnston must hav
obtained many thousand dollar. John
aton will b tried In Denver, where he
resides.
JoBHINO THA lil-:
Phk.-ns c. W. Russell.
LEGISLATIVE.
K. II. Raldrlge I. F. Baxter.
LIVE STOCK AND PACKING.
A Buckingham. R. c. Howe.
MANFFACTVRKS.
.a1d Cole. F. I. Kill.k.
MEMBERSHIP,
z'amuel Bums. yr. w. D. Hnstord.
MI NICIPAL AFFAIilS.
J. U McCsgue. J. F.. George.
DOTAL SERVICE.
W II. Biirhotx. J. B. Rahm.
PrBMt: AND U1IJTART AFFAIRS.
C, M. Wllhelm. I-uiher Drake.
PrBI.ICITY AND CONVENTIONS.
C. c. Rosewater Rome Miller.
PI'BLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS,
T. A. Fry. W. A. HeBonl.
REAL ESTATE.
II. A. Tukey. c. C. Oeorge.
RETAIL TRADE.
11. II. Rrandela. C. D. Retnn.
RIVER. IMPROVEMENT.
0. C. Belden, J. I.; Paxton.
TRADE EXTENSION.
F. U Ilaller. ' Roy T. Byrne.
TRAFFIC.
T. C. Bym B. P. Peck.
air. pre
ll:le pni
two or thiee young milch cows to beeume
fresh In Msrch. Wanted for shipment out
of state. H 11S5. Bee.
1'ASH for one. two or three Dundee
lots; put price and legal description in
first litter. J 1U7. Bee.
WASTE!! TO REXT
all -44 am
ai0:iipm
s :
WANTED-Furnished aialrtnient or fiat
by couple without children. Kefeienoea
exchanged. K 1L4 Omaha Bee.
WASTEH eilTCATlOXS
WHITE lady desire steady places of
day work; neat, conscientious: does not
disappoint engagements. Phone H. Mf.
WANTED-PoViltion as housekeeper" by
respecib',e middle-aged ily. Prefer
horn with children. Also exiiertenced as
nJrre. Address Mra Marie 'lumer. cen
eral delivery. Council Bluffs, la
WASHING and ironiug done T.. HCe.
Norfolk-Dallas aOOOsi
Iiiie Pine-Lincoln a Iiliom
Husllngs-Superlor ...bj lipm il jtsn
Dtadwaod-hot Sp'gs.-a tM pm trpm
Casper-Lander aliopm alleOpn,
Freinont-Altrlen bIJtpm bl.sipm
luiaols Ceatrat
Chicago Express a7.1sm al tip-n
CLicago Liioiied a i:st pm al.Mam
Chiracs), Mltwaakee at Si. Paal-
Overland Limited a 7 . pm a u am
Perry Loral a : am ui.46p,n
Colorado Kxprees a gov pm a s:E5 pm
Colorado Special a 7:42 am a C.Mam
Perry Local bO lipm bi::wpm
Mkvali Paetfte
K. C. St. U Ex... .a IJim af-toam
K, C. St. U Ex....all:Upm atjopm
Barliaujtea atattaa
Barllagtea
-Team A- Maaws
eiiTl'AI'lON wanteu as ntanagi-r of
general store, country town; experienced.
O li Bee.
BOOKKEEPING and clert:al wor
evenings ar.4 Saturdays; uss typewriter.
Address T. 742. Be
1 HREK young ladles, piano r'ayer and
singer, want posit. ana in picture allow;
experienced. Dougiaa mii. K T.i. Bee.
POSITION warned by
tenographer: refetence
Hamey 044.
competent lady
a to ability.
WANTED A position as watonmao or
secret ervK-iug; good reference. O VJW.
Cee. .
Depart. a i
Denver A California . .a 4:10 nm a -sr. .
Puget Sounl Expreea . I H pm a j 5 S
Nebraska points il liui a i Lm
Black Hills ,4 4 10 pm a I 45 pm
Lincoln Mail k 1:30 pm alj ii pm
Northwest Kxpres ...all pm a 7) pm
Neoiaska points a am a jo pm
N'ehraska Expresa ...a IS am a 4 la pm
Lincoln IXKal ( j am
Schuyler-PlattsmoutB b 1 pm bh 1 an
Lincoln locat bl4im
Piattamoiith-lmia ...a is an a i sa .
Belivue-Plattsmoath.aU- sv pm a 1 4 pm
Chicago special a ; u am all u pm
Denver Special all pm a T no pm
ICMcago Express a 4 30 pm a 3, "6 pm
jCM. Fast Express a O pm sl'siaia
jlowa Local a 9 U am aie aoam
i resion wmi...u pm Di) 4. a:a
MAJOR BREWER COMES
TO AOORESS THE ARMY
Major Drawer f the Salvation Army,
chief divisional officer for Iowa and Ne
braska, will be here from hi headquar
ter in De Moines to deliver an address
Wednesday evening at the barracks, 1711
Davenport streel. Major Brewer comes
on his regular tour of Inspection.
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Hospital Addition
Has Been Completed
Ths new wing to Wis Memorial ho-'
pltsJ at Twenty-fourth and Harney afreet
haa been completed and everything la In
readiness ta receive pstlenls. The wing,
which cost approximately fS.Oy, provide
accommodation for thirty patients, and
arraiementa are made for child and
maternity patient.
A Ilea Moines man had an attack of
muscjlar rheumatism tn his sboutdsr. A
friend sdilsed him to go to Hot Springs
That meant an expense ef !R or mors.
He ought for a 'tulcker and cheeper wsy
to cure It and found h In Chamberlain'
Llnlriteat. Three dsys after the fowt ap
plies lion of this liniment b was well.
For sale by all dealers.
sT "Tn.. ; ,22"- l sr..' ExpreT,:::.. ; 5 H :S
' ' - jo-iwnx. uooa lana. 10- . --- " i , - s. a. . . ,t . . .
- - ; i ... - i , . , iti a s n am
tOLNi, lady deslrea position In Ifie i K. C A St. Jopfi...a J 14 am a I H pm
where there is a cl.snce fcr sdraneement K. C. a St. Joeenta a l om
ihi uaily eveopt Sunday. w Sunday
j-l-, 1-1 U.IU
Ml snd V acres. , rumc. Good land, lo
' si on end Imrrovemente. 60 milea from
Turn Cliles. Prk-e per acre. Worth
'.. B D. I-arons. Stsn. hfle.'d. n F D.
-Co. L liex t;L M caciibU
(writer. '- iljr -CTJ.
Webster aiatte)) 10th aad Webster
Mlesoarl Farifle
Depart. Arr.v.
Aubora Local biwpm bllo aia
Cb lease, St. Paal, wlnaeapolle at
ftssaha
Sioux City Express.. . b S:B om hil 4S om
Omaha lsrai A am e 6 w pm
Sioux l Itr Pss b ia Km
Twin City Pas b:am
Emerson Local h t al pre b 9 M am
Marrlaae l.ieesee.
The following marriage licenses
recorded todsy:
Nme.
Charles Langfellner, Omaha
Annie Zak, Omaha
Bellardlno Vsnsno, Omaha
Mamlna Benedloto, Omaha
Joseph A. Griffith, De Moines...
Etta M. Uuetaveeon, Dee Moln .
Durla Curio. South Omaha
Georgia Georgovlch, South Omaha
Ernest I.. Curry, CnunrI! Bluffs .
leolha DeForesl. Omalia
Harrv Hoffrter Omaha a
liebecta stenberg. Omaha
Martin Jenaen, Omaha 31
Mildred EJIson, Omaha I
John A. Wheel. K-k. HI. Lome, Mo
Ella Shreere. St. Iruie, Mo. 17
William II. C. Horn, Dundee H
Helen M. Iligby, Omaha 9
Orschlno Csaclo, Omaha K
Bragia Siragreea, Omalia II
Uaagerwsia Sargery
In th sbdomlnal region hi often pre
vented by th use of Dr. King's .New
LIU Pius, the pslnlce purifier. Sc. For
sal by Beaton Drug Co.
Fanning is Weary
of Fight Between
Paving Concerns
Charles K. Fanning I wsary of th
struggle between, paving contractor and
promoter and would find nut way la
eliminate th ohatraperou promoter. His
weariness is not only physical, hut flnan.
rial aa well.
Thes promoters make from yTl to II M0
on each district they promote, said Mr,
Fanning. "In the laat six year 1 hav
paid promoters $30,000. This money Is of
necessity taxed against the properly In
the long run.'
Other contractor believe the paving
situation might bo cleared a kit by a
method to keep out the promoter, but
sr unable to sire on tho method that
would be most effective.
To leave the matter with th council
would excite usp(oioo. say contractors,
snd might bring about corruption ef city
offilcals. To allow bidder lo come Into
Cue office ef th city engineer and eign
for the material they desired would have
the m fault, aa employe In the depart
ment office often being able to select
tnw materiel by securing a majority ef
front footage. "
Promoters, declares Mr. Fanning, often
take a petition after It haa been circu
lated try an improvement club er a dis
interested oltlsen and after securing a
few more name hold It for sal,
HUGH MURPHY'S BOOKS
ARE STILL IN THE CITY
Hugh Murphy. Jr., who was a witness
oa the panne Investigation new being
conducted by the city council aayf that
his father, Hugh Murphy, sr.. did not
lav tha city to escape th Investigation
ae was announced, but has been In the
south for hi health for th last month.
He also says that all the hooks of the
firm are In the office In The Bee build-
lug.
Rherimatisin sVdvice
Prosxlaeat eeter'a Beat Preeerlrtlea
easily atlas at mesa.
j Scores of Omaha people who hav that
j common practical seuse which g aides
I then In all their acta and cOncloslons.
jar coming out unreservedly with stnte
J menu, regarding th new tome. Ton
Vita." The rcmarliabl properties of which
jsre daily demonstrati d at Brandeis' Drug
department. 10th 'ami Doiiam St., south
side, main .floor, In a manner that la
1 causing general surprir In the city.
Well known among the recent Indoreers
of this new tohtc. Is Mrs. F. W. Humana
of ISM Marry St. .
"I hav been tn poor health for aeveral
years," raid Mrs. Ilamann. "I Buffered
from general debility and nervousness. I
slept poorly and my steep did me Utile
good. I would awaken In the morning a
tired and worn out aa when I retired. My
stomach was In a very had condition. I
could cat nothing but liquid food and even
I hi would vauae misery for sometime
sfterward. I suffered from sour stomach
and bad taste In the mouth, especially
In the mornings. I hsve tried many reme
dies without relief.
"I came to thla (tor to try this new
tonic, Tona Vita.' and on of th spe
cialists told ma I had nervous debility. I
got th medicine and It ts th best on
I earth. It helped me from the very first
doe. I can now eat aad ateep better. In
feet, am a well woman and giva .'all
credit to Tona Vita. " ' ' ,
Brand la Drug Dept. Is headquarter
ror this tonic here, and specialists are
always on hand between the hours, of
9 a. m. and I p. m., to explain tho na
ture of the remarkable new remedy.
These speolallats claim that a largo
percentage of the population, especially
among th dty people, are-offeetsdlby
nervous debility. One ef the speclaH'tS
said today. In discussing ths matter: "The
symptoms of nervous debility are unmis
takable to those who know how pre
valent this trouble Is. A tired, dragging
feeling of tho body, a sluggish mind and
dull memory, depression of splrtta, ner
vousness, stomach trouble, weak heck,
cold feet, headache and bowel trmble.
There are aur Indication) of aervbua
debility. . ' '"J
"Tona Vita' 'will pottivtly remove thl
condition. If It doesn't the trial rial
nothing, a tha tonic must do the work
or we don't want monev lor it.- We be
lieve we have a preparation that If worth
Its weight In gold to ths man or woman
afflicted with nervous deblllty'-Adv.
"From your dmeelst set one ounce of
Torla compound iln original sealed pack
ers) and on ounce of syrup of tssrssner
lila compound. Take thes two Ingredi
ent hom and put them Into a hair pint
of good whlakey. Shake th bottl and
Ink a tableapoonful before each meal
and at bed time." Thl la said to he th
Quickest snd best remedy known lo the
medical profession for rheumatism and
beokache. Good raaulta coma artr the
first doe. If your druggist doe not
hsve Torls compound In stock he will
get It for you In a few hours from hi
wholesale hous. Don't be Influenced to
take a patent medicine lnsted of this.
Insist on having the genuine Torls com
pound In the original on ounce, oealed,
yellow package. Hundred of th worst
rase war cured her by thla prescrip
tion last winter. Adv.
I aw
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DENTIFRICE
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LEGAL KOT1CES.
NOT 11 'K TO NTRA(TORS-SIAl.KD '
bids will h received al the office of the
1 '-- Riw. rcvnwr I", : i.
A. I, mix for the construct lonvf an ad
ditional building at the Tubeecula.- hc.s
pital. Kearney, Nebraska, plans and
sue, ificutions are on file at the nffle
of the Secretary of State. Commissioner i
Public Land and Ruildlncs. at the Hos-
pltsi. sml trie ornee or Bard F. Miller.
Architect. Brandel Theater Butidinf
Omaha.
ADDISON WAl't. SriTTtJiy of Sfi te.
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1 ell vxrletie cared la
i a tew days without
sloorlossof thne. No
ay vilbeaccepiadua
J the patieat Is eused.
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Bottled
under the most modern,
sanitary coodltlons by
killed masters, in m
brewery as clean as
"mother's kitchen.
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The Omaha Bee reaches moro
readers in Omaha than any
other paper. '
HOTKI.O.
HOTEL.
Hotel Flanders
. 133.1S7 WesA 47th Street, ,
Jf, T. CUT.
900 Foe East of rlroavdway.
A modem fireproof hotel tn th
heart of th theater, club and hetet
dlstlici. convenient to all car line.
An exceptional orchestra. Rue me
wltb private bath R.00 per day.
From Grand Central station, Broad
way cars without transfer. 'From
Pennsylvania Station, 7th Avenue
ear without transfer. Booklet oa
request.
H. R. SHARES, prop. ,
TOUkJWJ
risWsfav I
' 7fasw ft W i
HOTEL GRISW0LD
Grand River Avenue end Griiwold Streets
DETROIT, . ... MICH.
POSTAL HOTEL CO. .
FRED POSTAL, Prmmdml.
FREDA. GOODMAN, Stmlmty
$123,000 Expidd in Rtmodel
inf , Farnlthinf and . Decorating
Headquarter for the Wolverine Automobile Club
DETROIT'S MOST POPULa4R HOTEL
RATES $1.50 PER DAY AND UP
The Finest Cafe West of .Near York. Sen Ire A La Carte at
Ponolar Pricea. .
A strictly modern aad ap to date Hotel, ("cfitrajly located in
t7 heart of the city, "Where Life la Worth UTtn;." .,
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