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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 14, 1912.
CITY PROfERTT FOR SALS
CITY PROPKIITV FOR ALa
Swell Suburban Acres
In sight of Omaha. Near interurban car, macadamized
road, school, church and market. We are offering 2V;-acre
tracts in HIGH, SIGHTLY Kalston Acres Addition directly ad
joining the green groves of Seymour Park and overlooking the
. Country Club grounds and beautiful Seymour Lake. The coun
try club are now erecting a $10,000 club house and are expend
ing a large amount of money in laying out a golf course and
otherwise improving and beautifying ther grounds. When
completed it will to r. veritable park of lawn, shade trees, shrub
bery and flowers.
Buy A Home Site
In the most picturesque 6pot in Douglas county where you
will escape the heat, dust and noise of the city within easy reach
of your business in Omaha, or South Omaha and where you can
g.olf, boat and picnic after business hours in the summer and
the children skate in the winter in sight of home. You can buy
one or more of these 21'2-acre tracts now at a price that will
more than double within the nest two years. A small cash pay
ment down and easy monthly payments if desired. A plat and
full information for the asking.
Ralston Townsite Company
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY, Agents.
' Ground Floor Between Farnam and Harney.
309 South 17th Street. Tel. Douglas 3SG7.
2824 Capitol Ave.
Hot Water Heat
That house ha. reception hull. tele
phone room, or dn, parlor, dining room,
kitchen, chins closet, large pantry, all
on first floor: 4 good bedrooms Willi
largo closets and belli on Bmmd floor;
attic floored and celled; cemented Uase
ment, subdivided for laundry, vegetables
and coal. The hot water heating plant
and plumbing throughout la first clans,
ae house was built by a plumber for a
home. Ijrie lot, tOxltf feel, with alley,
cement walks, beautlfnl hoi Be all around
the lot and a number of fruit trees.
This would make some business or pro
fessional man an excellent home, belnf
within easy walking distance of the buei
neee center. Let us show you this house,
-you will like it. Price -'.W, part cash.
Hastings & Heyden,
U14 Harney St.
Benson Vacant Lot
Owner needs the money and will con
sider any reasonably offer on this south
front lot on Lucas between Clark and
Burnham: It la 0x128: not far from car
nd schools. Can you beat It? Addreta
1, 72. Kee. or phone Web. 8S60.
t rooms, modern, built-in bookcases;
stairway to floored attic: oak finish: full
basement with sink. Corby. Phone
Belt Line Ware
House 25,000 Sq. Ft.
Trackage for lease with prl'legs -if
purchsee. Very cheap, further paiticu
lars on application.
Tyler It.. 3 S. 17th
CHOICF. RESIDENCE IOT8 BE-
I.ONUING TO A CORPORATION, which
ws ean now offer at greatly reduced
prices. Two lota on list Ave., Just north
or turner para, one or tne nest resi
dence streets In town, nothing to com
pare with them, for only II. WO each.
CREST OP THE HILL. Just Weal of
Jsth St., on California and Webster His..
Jit) ft. froniage. at M per foot, and M
feet froniage for UOOO.
t-atory brlrk office and store building,
with elevator. One more bid up to S20.4JOU
will take It We will make a loan at
per cent Interest.
E. W. OANNKTT Mgr. Real Estate Dept.
iM-lil City Nai l Bldg.
Tel. Doug. IM.
For Your Money
Two flats with a 6-room cottage. Lot
TSxla. Hent II KA a year. Price, K 0U0.
Three brick flats, close In, rent 11,M) per
5 ear. Easy terms. Only $11, W.
See Me for Oteher Bargains
I. N. Snitzer,
i3- Paxton Blk. r. Jlsl e
Look at 9P1 SMnctr St , iv. attractive
"-room house of original d.ljn.; In ft
ctt by ItMlf; every modern convenience;
newr occup1tJ. - corner lot, with sui
ruundinRa unsurpassed in Omaha. This
very choice property nntei be aeld at once.
Terms to ult purchaoer.
C.RBHBPARD. 3W, WIRT T
ONK new, all modern, fin house In
Dundee, eight foonta, large sleeping
porch, must b seen to be appreciated,
also one new I-room twine near J7th
and Ptnaney. I want offers on these
bouaea. H ill sell on easy payments,
a & MONTUOMKRY,
90S New Oiiaba Nat ). Hk. Bldg.
Phone 1. 48!f
Cash, balance eay payments. 4 room
aottage. parlor, kitchen, two bed ronhyi
and bath, cast front tot, clone In. Price,
' lie-Ill brandeia Theater.
THE GATE CITY INVESTMENT
COMPANY SOLICITS YOUR PA
TRONAGE. ARTISTIC HOMES BUILT AT
We have some choice propositions
at this time. We can save you
money. Our office Is located Just
across from the postoffice, at 70".
Military Ave., Benson.
We are open six days of the week.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 9 p. iu.
'Phona the Gate City Invesimtit
Co., Benson 290, for any Informa
tion you desire pertaining to home
building, residence property or
Choice Lot in
Located on Capitol Ave., between Mth
and 6let, on paved street In one of the
choicest locations In Dundee, high and
sightly ground, close to ear and school;
all new homes In this locality. This will
be the laet lot you will ever be able to
buy on this choice ctreet at such a low
price. Act quick If you want one.
We have one eouth front fio.fr In l.r
on Underwood Ave. between ath and etri
on psvea street. 101 naa nice ahade treee
In front. Three new houses being built
adjoining this lot now.
Another one for H75 on Isard between
snth and Met, has clly water, sewer, gas,
sidewalks and i-ft. terrace.
Hastings & Heyden,
Wl HARNEY 8T.
CITY PHOPKKTV rOH SILK
TO and TV North 2th atrvet. twtwtra
Webster and Bun. The houses have re
cently b-n re:nodeIMl. itaa floors put in
the reception hH, parlor, dlninc room
and fcw-1 room. New el?t'tric light and
fta fix tun have been put tn throuiih
out the housea. Also new plumbing and
heatlnc. The interior has been painted
and oeooratod throuxltout. Will mak
ivitiH,iiable terma or take In trade some
acreatre property near the city.
HASTlN'titf IIKYDEN. KM Harney St
PBAlKlfi PAKK-r HSZ ASS
bath; oak finish first story; wtvte enahtel
second story; street paved and parked.
Small caii pament, tlante monthly.
Foceattlun May 1st; can be seen any
time. The Pnxtcn Real Estate Co.
26th and California
Between Crelithton and High arnool. eay
waikinit diPtatice, south frnt. pavetl
street, corner, k rooms, nearly new, full
1-story square house, K(W.
25TU AND DAVEXrOBT
3 blocks west of High school. S blocks
south of Crelghton, south front, paving
paid, big trees, a rooms, entirely miHlem,
RTilu. Terms on either rf above.
11)16 Omsha Nut. Xank Bldg. ! or A-I1M.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
Kvenlngs, H. J"M! or II. B1M.
XEAK AMES AVE.'
$-room cottAe contalntnx parlor, dfnlntr
room, kltrhen and two bd rooms,
furnace, pan. large lot, 4xl?, all fr
C.25o. lluuse but 3 years oM. Owner
anxious to sell. Open to an offer.
JI0-J1! Mrandels Theater
S-room cottage on Antes Ave. car line.
new. partly modern, lots well located.
Price only USD.
JIO-Ji; Itrandcls Theater
ItKAL ESTATE KOK KKXT
A GHI farm, one mile south of Moore
field. Frontier county, Nebraska, fur for
rent; lot acres in alfalfa in rows for seed
crop; ltltl in pasture: 70 for corn. Inquire
of owner. S. A. SKAULE. 64S Omaha
National Dank hutldlna. Omaha, Neb.
I'hones Ptiug:as CSV or Harney !.'&.
nEAI, ESTATE I4M.9
OJdAHA property aim Nvoraska land
O KKLFli RICAU ESTATE CO,
tr.t N.w Omaha Nat l Hunk Building.
liONY to loan ua business or reei
,,nc properties, 11.000 to W. ii.
tioMAtv ua Klrst Nat l Hank Hldg.
1-XtK SAI.K CIR EXCHANGE
For Sale or Exchange
One of the fine, laige. commodious
heroes in lianiin Park.
FIRST FUHK-TI!ed vestibule, recer
bon hall, aurlor. dining room, library,
kitchen and pantries. Woodwork, butter
nut, kitchen pine. All prindpaja rooms
have motded hardaotnl rornke and oak
floors with parquet borders. Mantels and
grates in each principal room on first
floor. al 'u 3 UnlrtHtins upswlrs. Two
coat closets and a lavatory open off of
the reception hill. The library has
mahoi.'any bookcjws ciitlt In, and there
are full length French plain pier mirrors
in the hall, parlor and J bedrooms up
stairs. SrX'OXD FI.OOIt-Has s bedrooms and
bath. The wwnlwork Is butternut, ej'-ept
the doors, whiih are pine. The bath
room ftatiires are of the old t.tyle but
suivstautial and a.iod. Kach of the prin
cipal bedrooms has a lavatory and there
are plenty of otosrts, one of which Is larFe
enouich to make a second bathroom if
THIRI rUWR-Urw Millard room
and ; larjre store nnmis, both of which
cul.i tw made into sleepinK rooms, mak
init I1 mom in all above the basement.
HA8KMKNT Iundry. with stationary
tubs and Iwt and cold water. Inrise fruit
cellar, coal bin,, heating p.ant and
storage space (or ashes.
The hoUK has hot water heat, elec
tricity, aas and water, and Is In flrst
rlaas condition, with no repairs needed
except sumo cement work and plastering
in the basement and a few repairs about
the front porch. The roof is new and the
paint Is in good condition.
There la a garage, formerly a barn,
with man's room and room for I ma
chines. The lot fronts east and Is xl0
feet, with paved alley and paved street.
This property cost originally iww,
was sold under foreclosure W years ago
fur lie iws and has since been oceupieo oy
a prominent family and kept up In good
u- r aiMhorlied to sell this property
for ) and take In exchange one-half
of the value In other goon real esiaie
Its fair cash alue. tllve full description
of property offered In first letter.
J. H. Dumont & Son
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WANTED Acreaga north of Florence
to exchange for equity In beautiful north
side residence, paved atreet,. all modern.
Address C 797, care ncc.
EXl'ELLJiNT. fLKAR. IMrKOVKU.
1 1L0.1.U IAIUL
W acres, smooth, black sandy loam
soli, well Improved. il"l five room house,
barn, large potato cave costing .
Fenced, cross fenced. gHd well and wind
mill. H nillee from Vallery and J miles
from Fort Morgan. Colo. All cropped,
acres laiiley, acne oats, corn. JO
malic, IV acres poiaioea, some-
I'nder good Irrigating ditch. Will ex-
chanae rinht for Income. This la clear.
Address U C. Ulbson, South Omaha,
IVAXTRi TO BDY
WANTKU City loans and warrajta
W. Farnar; Btnl'h at i-o.. 1320 Farnam dc.
CITY UANS WANTED
n amount of from fcl.OOO up. This In
cludca commission and record I nf expense.
we have a spM-lal fund to loan at this
rate on the best real estate security.
Peters Trust Co.
1I& Farnam St.
tlvu to llw.ma uiaue promptly, fi
Weed. Weed Hldg.. lath and r arnata.
OAUVTV HHOS. - " sou -s.
maha Nat l Bang
LUAKs Farms and city nroDerur.
H. Dumont Hon. lets Farnam at.
AU. modern hanu an - .......
block of West Side Hanecnm park car
m.w mm. two new. n mooem cottages,
five rooms and bath; artistically and con
veniently arranged. Homelike surround.
In.a ana ikualiw,Ui a. ,
Terms within your reach. Don't delay;
MOhJCHN HOMES CONSTRItrTinWrTl
' Paxton Block. Douglas a'22
MONKY to loan on high grade, well
located Omaha residence properties any
num!Hr; conservative amounts: Quick
r IKeT Tftl'HT COMPANY OF OMAHA.
tol ulTI' LOANS. I'.rmla-Carlberg Co,
" JltMJ Brandels Theater Bldg.
v AN I au--. liy loaias Catsrs Trust Ce.
Wanted, farm loana, Kloke Inv. Co, Otna.
KUH HAI.fci OH kXCHA.X.Jk'
J handle liades everywhere, if you aoi
results call loan. U bee Uidg. L Ijuj.
lHaR Hn.h...r mu k . . .
tion hall, parlor, dining room and' kitchen
on aha eti.. .iaa. .1.1. u 1 1.
- iiiukiivu ln oaa, ex
cepting the kitchen: four good bedrooms
no uo,ui on i ne secona tioor; house is
' 1 ..-v.. mi u , nas nrst
clsas plumbing and heating; south front
mr 1.. teiiaveu 101, in one 01 tits pest
locations In trie addition. Be sure and
look this over today, for It Is seldom thst
you will be able to get a choice property
like tlila one.
HASTINtm a- HKTDEN. K14 Harney St
Splendid 7, Room
House at a Bargain
KverV mimlaafi IWUIUmllUlaAa. I 1 Si
leeplng porch, vacuum cleaner, electric
washer, oak floors, two fireplaces, etc
HTrneriga.. Ava. "
AND, STEAM HEATING
t-room bottaa $200.00
to 7 -room home $250.00
8 to 9-room housa. .. .$300.00
JOS. W. M00EE,
Tel. Web. 3841. 1642 N. loth t e
tS.0-CASH WILIa PO-COOO
e-rwom all modern, new houee, half
block from Leavenworth ft. car, on full
lot; balance at tan per month,
roug. tea. MENOEHOHT. ' A .
Western Heal Estate Co.
Rooms 1U-4U Kartach Block.
rBeoes: Red M47, I nde pendent A MS,
HERB F-KW BARGAINS.
(-room modern cottage, Mb and Lalrf
rooms, modern but heat, 14th and
T rooms, 41st aiul Nicholas Sta; price,
rooms 3d auid Blonde Sts.; price,
S rooms, modern, brtrk, at Mth and
Camden Ave.; prtce, ta.7aa
f rooms, saodera but heat, 3th. and
t rooms, sjwdern, XJtrt and Martha Sta.:
One S-room and 4-room eottaga, dose
In. S. 3th St., must he sold to dose as
etate; price. C.eSa.
Ten looms, JsUi and Hecatur Sta.; price,
laiott these up If yew want feamlns.
REAL barnin located hlM N. ad St.
This is a traveling nun's home who baa
had bis work -.nged. and most be
sold. Six tw ins iM lerge recty. (..
mahogany finiebed cown ata rf. -'t-floor
while enamel. Will acca-pt avn, : -
aonable offer. See It before you hoy. Cait
owner. Webster V.
TO GET A DANDY CXXITAGE
2624 North 27th, Only $2,100
i large moms, all modern except fur
nace; pantry, large closets, bath room
between thm bedroom Aalna, a.
attic, with large dormer la roof.
ae uai two or three aoore rooms
caa be finished at little expense, if
Wanted. Splendid finish, oak door, nar
row flooring, built about 1 vaaa acn ran
earner lot, 1 blocks north of Dodge street
ear Una running west oa lake.
HASTINGS At HEYDEN, lull Harney BL
FOR SA1.R by owner, southwest corner
?th and Williams Bts., 71xl; seven room
modern houee. except furnace, U In
quire 1XS A. Mh St.
"LAND FOB AUTOMO
Have HI acres of land clear In Rock
county, Nebraska, that 1 will trade for
1911 machine. Prefer Hupmoblle. 11..
care Omaha Bee. Council Uiuffe.
FOR HALE J and fraction acre;
-all kinds of fruit. 7-room house,
good barn, chicken house, etc.;
roost beautiful spot in Omaha for
a home; eaS feet nit frontage oa
boulevard; 1 Mock west of the end
of I eaf and Dumb atreet care line
OWNER H. J. HACKETT.
efiS Bedford Ave Webster 757"
IMA) 80-acre farm, near Douglas, Otoe
county, Nebraska; sD acres under cultlva
tion; balance blue grass; no buildings:
deep, black soil, sloping gently to the
eouth; tH acres under cultivation; 10 acres
la blue gtsas; M. K H. R. rlxht-of-way
crosses land: price till': loan !.W0; will
trade for merchandise if good.
(ft)) Level, smooth quarter section
fsrm, Thomas county, Kansas; black
soli; clay subsoil; 3 miles from Oakly;
very desirable; price ,"t; incumbrance
aW: equity for hardware or general mer
chandise. (72) MIO-acre ranch, on Elk creek, I miles
from New I'nderwood. riouth Dakota:
7(a) acres tillable: good alfalfa; plenty of
water and springs; close to school and
well Improved. Price US. Will take !U0tt
In merchandise, elevator, hardware or
(71 60t-acre ranch only four miles from
North rf'iatte; very fine soil and well Im
proved; K) acres in alfalfa: location ex
cellent. Price tie and owner wanta a
small eastern farm as part payment; bal
t74 ZSu-acre excellent. Irrigated farm
near Mlnatare. Scott's llluff county, Ne
braska. Price cut to 487; newly Improved:
will take !lS,tM new up-to-date hotel;
best In town, or will sell on Installment
plan of SLUM per year to a good man.
Lok this up,
(74 Mo-acre highly Improved tajm S
miles south of Bartioy, Neb.; acres In
cultivation. Price lev per acre. Would
trade for a stock of merchandise or hard
ware. This Is a dandy bargain.
IA-1101 321 acres. Fierce county, near
Meadow Grove: 10 acres cultivated: IM
acree meadow; J0 pasture: beautiful
spring lake, six acres, stocked with fish;
small house; barn; other Improvements:
close to school and church; good black
soil, clay subsoil; fine for corn, small
grain ana potatoes, price p; will trade
for high-priced land in Nebraska or
(B-ili lfl acres Irrigated 1 miles east
of Culbertson; two fine sets of Improve
ments: all cultivated: some alfalfa: all
good alfalfa land; abundance of water for
Irrigation: tine soli; land perfect. Pru-e
KO.OUD for western land or eastern Ne
OK) 1st acres, six miles from Martins
ville, III.; no waste land; every foot can
be farmed; Improved but run down. Price
tte: mortgage, tt.m: s per cent: for a
stock or merchandise.
list) l.sw acre ranch. 1 miles from An-
eelmo. Neb.; all fenced and cross-fenced
except lev acres; 1 melts and windmills
and cisterns; small houee; 2 small tarns;
ft acres of arfalfa; practically all day
soil; I to 100 acres can be cultivated: for
merehandisa) or good Nebraska trm.
Price ix.wtr; clear: will carry back.
(US) tw-eere farm I miles of NapV-r,
Holt county. Mo.; very finest of sol!; no
waste; all in blue grass, corn, wheat and
oats. Price ilw per acre. Mortgage 60.
Will trade for hardware stock, good west
ern land of aajne or less value.
J. A. ABBOTT aV CO.,
804 Brandds Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
Household gds. clothes shoes HMT1 B1K
CASH FOR SILVER t
ld-l liu svhmis Ktea.r. Iwv Center. V.
WANTKI1 TO Hl'Y For cash, the best
four or five-passenger automobile that
Mu win buy. ii a, nee.
WANTED It, KENT
MIDIiLK aged couple want to act aa
care takers of a home for people leaving
town for eummer or longer. Heferenees
the best. Address L 780, Bee.
US FURN I S 11 K 1 room by young lady,
close In. with private family. Address
C 2"i care Bee.
I AM looking fur a nice office, furnished
or unfurnished. Would buy some nice
office furniture. Would join some one In
fitting up a nice suite. Stroetanttal. Ad
dress C-773, cars Bee,
WAmH! -la enu .miKti done. 'I il Mia
Flrst-claee. practical nuree. H Mio. A-H7I
Day work, 30c -an hour. Harney tya.
BUN DUO washing. eanta a doi.n,
rough dry, 3k cents a doe, Webster KM.
Curtalne laundered, l0o up. Ouar. W.MBt
Family and bundle laundry, guar, W. Hut
CARPENTKR repairing a specialty.
CAltPENTER, repairing a specialty.
WANTED-Posltlon aa conk by French
man: can speak six languages; expert
enced; good references. Address K 7tt,
W A N TKD Pool tion by experienced
chauffeur. Private family preferred. Ad
dress. B 77t. care Bee.
YOl.'NO lady wants position ae house
keeper to gentleman, or any place of
truat; competent to care fur and manage
children: good home more appreciated
than high wages, phone IHiuals. bus.
E X I'E IU EN OKI) laundress and'T" lac
cl. 'sner wanta day work. Phone Harney
LAUNDRY work taken home. W. I.t.
COUNTRY printed wants situation with
opportunity to learn linotype machine.
Steady and sober. State wsges and condi
tions. thas. Uilson, Burimgton, la., Wl
YOUNG MAN wishes position at anv
office work; can operate any typewriter:
have aome knowledKe of ahorthand and
bookkeeping: willing to begin at K per
week. M Jul, Bee.
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(at aally, lal aallr aseasl BaBaar. (cl Saaa.,
a a ja am a I I ,ia
GEN. PHIL KEARNEY'S MEMORY
Heealleelleae af the Faaaeaa Cavalry
Leader aad Said lev of
KXPERIENCKD luunuiera wants day
worn, tall weo. MM.
COIAiKlvD lady wants day work. Phone
(YlllHKll man wunta tuiallli.n na
cnaurter. ind. k-.im
COLORKIi airl .lalra ri.v m.l.
sweeping or washing. Webster 113.
UVE STOCK MARKET OP WKll
Ship your slock te South Omaha, save
mileage and ahiinkage. Your ooaBisaa
atenw receive larompi aad careful aliae
l.l Slack Caaaaaleatea Blereheata
Brers Broa s Co. Strong and reeponslbla
Wuot mmqw.. at-is axebange Bldg,
Oreal Weal. Com. Co., Omaha a Dearer.
W. a BMl lH a SUN lust handle shape.
Clay. Robinson a Co.. asv kxcaang. bidgT
laierstate Co. betier resuita bbTp te aa
CLlFTON Com Co.. tu macCanga MKla.
Cox Si Jones Com. Ci, bunch ol buetlera
five-room cottage at Mth and Decatur,
only 1,(UC. tJ&ay terms.
A. P. TCKEY 4t SON.
TcL Doug:s. 21&1.
A boot four acre, seven-room cottage;
electric light, fine barn. weiL rietaarn
shade, fruit. Flftoen-mlnute walk from
Interurban car. M:c:it consider tra-!c for
dty property. L be? oflice So. Omxlia.
CAUlrKTU aad 47th. lot ii. block i.
West Cunilnc. SJxlC (lood icaration. fSoa.
TVm. Beck, owner. Sit Flora, Kansas
. . - - ....... he;a: e-eo.rtc
..- . ; U blocks
..ii .1.4 ., .. aiuat be eold.
- . i-( after Sunday .
Balance snooihy, S-room new hwngalow,
near Long acheoL Ideal homa for small
. T. D. WEAD, im Farnam..
M acres level, rich Ian.), located In
Weld county, Colorado; las acres In fall
wheat, whh Is sure to be a big crop;
44 acres whi be In corn and a acres tn
flax: within I miles of one town ar.d 4
mliea of another. The land Is all fenced
with a new fence. Owner wants to
trade for Omaha property or acreage
near Omaha. There la a loan oa the land
of ttvSOtt, which has about 4 years tn run.
A aha nee tor aomeoo- t'i g't a g od deal.
HAJT1M.S & ! :TD)t v, KM Harney St,
Di .a .- -.
I it. hoBKWfa a .o.. up a,xa.n. Hiag.
a-armers U a. Com. Co., as) tvicn. biogy
Martin Bros, a Co.. ajt-e a-xco. Bade.
TAOa BRod. haadle cattle, nogs, eoeea.'
Depoait proceeas e sbipmenie la g iocs
Tartu Nai l Bank, naiy bank ai yaraa
OSUHA. THE GRAIX MAHKBT
WEUKI GRAIN Ol, graia mercbaaia,
CeaaiaiBaeaia eaucited. lis Bi-aadela.
KEAIa ESTATE TfUNSFEKH
PIANO, In gocd aaa. fnr trade for
moat anything. S3, N. lith St.
100x150 West Farnam
Twe Mocks from car ellne on JRtti.
High eiass, all clear. Win trade for c!ear
improved land, not mora than mlP-s
from Omaha. Will not raoeider eau.'ty.
Want aomethmjc of equal value, clear.
AAlreaa, M ae. Bee.
DM nual ear reeanl ArU U. 1313:
R a camter el al. to Naacy riasaa. kata
I aad . Mack t, rrara's aae. a i
lUtle brater la A. aUawskr. let I. Hack
1U. Soaik ooaae HI
T. Xck aal wit. to u M. nke, lot II,
ktoct 1 aal M a Neck 1. Aikrlgkl's
r. a Baltar te A. a eeuia, let T saal
i aat I, east II. Baoaae Lan
Ol 11. aallm aal anlk te Alrrad aWaaSasBanl,
Ym 1 aaS at, 1st S. ska II, BaaaBa LMS
X a Bakm and wlta to Uelaa ranric Ralt-
raad (m, pan v sail tT-la-u
A. V Sraa aa aaabaad to P M. nKIMIs.
let O. More Si. Daaea, rWa 34
A. a. C-aaetl aae wlta to at a Moaa.
avas. eH tot la alack 1, Vlrglaia Fun... 1.X
Bertha Nduag aaS kaaaasd to mtw Soft-
mm aa al . tot 1. start I. Barr rtaaaa Lis
Saa. Waxaaae to lea Wlltaaerf. B lot 1,
btark 1. tjartaHee Si ill see LOI
KA1L.WAI TIMS CAB4J
Chlewga, Mllwaakem at St. raal
Ovartaae Uaatue -a T ta aa aStta
Ttry Local a I m aa all al ,
CmmaSa Bail ass -m Sis, as a I Bj ,
Caler.ee aiasual T 41 aaa a I S a
ran-r Leaal ......a I I aa alia ,
Calaase -". j I S aaa a I a
J le pat a I te a
Beginning at noea April 11 the eeeket
containing the rematiM at gallant Major
Oonet-al Philip Kearney, killed at Chan.
tllly Sept. 1K2. win He la state in
city hall after Ita removal from the
Kearny family vault la Trinity ehuroh
yard. Then It will be taken to Arling
ton cemetery, and over the grave will
be erected a 114,004 monument at the
charge of the stats of Naw Jersey. With
a section of PopCa army commanded by
Oeneral Reno, Fighting Joe Hooker and
himself, Kearny waa blocking the path
cf Stonewall Jackson when he waa ahot.
This waa Just after the second battle of
Phil Kearny -waa not a West Pointer.
Ha waa a graduate of Columbia, and
I ad studied law. Nevertheless, be was
born cavalry leader, and could not
reel at the call of the blood. Ho entered
I ha service of France, Joined the Chas
seurs d'Afrlque, rode hard, fought hard
snd reveled In the life of the Algerian
campaign as a young man. He came
laack to enlist tn the Mexican war and
lost an arm In the eharge oa Mexico
City. More than ten years later he once
more became a eoldler of France, fought
at Magenta aad Sol ferine, and won the
rroaa of the Legion of Honor. He waa
41 years eld when the civil war began,
and had been a "one-armed veteran1
for almost fifteen yeere.
Just aa the fame of Phil Sheridan Is
embalmed In "Sheridan's - Ride." the
martial glory of Phil Kearny la pre
served In' the undying lines of Edmund
Clarence Stedmaa, once familiar to every
school boy. The word picture of that
historic checking of the rebels at Seven
lines (May a. 1M2) stirs the blood of
How he etmde Me brown steed, how we
raw hie blade blightea
In the one hand etlll left and the reins
In his teeuil
He laughed like a boy when the holidays
But a enldler'e
lip came the
Aaklng where to go In, through the
clearing or pi net
"Oh, anywhere! Forward! Tis all the
You'll find lovely fighting along the
St ad ma n never did anything finer than
thin, and there are few specimens of
martial poetry In any language that com
pare with the concluding tines:
Yet we dream that he, still-In that
WTeere the dead from their ranka. at
the wan drummer's sign
Rldea en, aa of old, down the length at
And the word still bj "Forward!" along
the whole line.
The northern cavalry leader, tn the
early years of the ervll war, waa at a
vast disadvantage. "Jeb" Stuart la the
Fairfax county (Va.) fighting- had
a force of men everyone of whom knew
how to ride and ahoot- Northern re
cruits were unfamiliar with flrearma and
generally bad riders. Kearny did his
beat, and did well, under most unfavor
able conditions. Brook lya Kagla
glance shot from hie
to the melee In-
Hie Spnkiaej Eye.
Aunt Caroline and the partner of her !
woa evidently round connubial bliss a
mianomer. for the sounds of war warn
often heard down ln the little cabin tn
the bo! luw. Finally the pair were haled
into court, and the husky woman en
tered a charge of abusive lartaroaa-e
against her spouse. The ludge, who had
known them both all bis life, eradeavtarmd
to pour oil oa the troubled waters.
--wnat tua ae ear to you, Caroline!"
"Whr. tetia-e. I Ire ealn't tail wtttt all
dat ma a do aay to ma.
aee be ever use sard lanriai-er"
"Doea ye mean rwasia' Tasauh. not
wlf Ma motif, but bee always givln ma
dent cusaory glaacaav" Lapmraoott'a Matt.
i Tlae Bee-the i
all ef the kerrars.
by ad vet-tlal ae
Features for 1912
A greater year for a greater paper
The Omaha Bee
All the news that is real news.
Mutt and Jeff
Character creations from the pen of "Bud'
Fisher that have made all the world laugh
and turned many a sad face into a smile.
This day in Omaha during the history
forming periods of 30, 20 and 10 years ago,
briefly and interestingly reproduced for
The Bee's Wedding Book .
A chronicle of marriage anniversaries of
Omaha's own people, simply and entertain
ingly detailed from day to day. .
Silk Hat Harry
Tad's dog-man invention who has more
trouble than anyone, but trouble that is
so funny it makes amusement for ever
These tw youngsters who are the souro
of Sundf fun for thousands of children,
promise many new tricks and dlightfi
for this year.
Nell. Brinkley Drawing!
Nell Brinkley developed a new idea in pen
drawings, and her sketohes of men and
women caught by Cupid, not only have ar
tistic beauty, but also always teach a lesson.
Sherlocko the Monk
Sherlock Holmes, works sleuth-wonders to
many people, but Monk, the picture detec
tive, is more marvelous in the fun-way
than Dr. Watson believes Holmes to be in
a serious way.
Nothing so amusing has been run in any
western newspaper in many years as these
humorous play-on-words lines by Tad.
, A stage villain transferred to pen pictures
and revealed in the most laughable light to
make every Bee reader roar and hold his
Poor, old Happy; he is continuously grow-.
ing more entertaining, and now he is on
the road to new situations to win smilss
from all followers.
Carpenter's Travel Letters
No writer of the present day sees events
and situations in such Interesting light as .
Prank J. Carpenter, And none describes
them so graphically.
Heart to HeartTalks for Women
By Ella Wheeler Wiloox, Winifred Black,
Mabel Herbert Urner, Dorothy Dix, Fran
cis Garside, Ada Patersen, and many others
who write for women, what women want .
Each week in the Sunday issue
Several big special stories of particular
interest to Omaha, Nebraska and ; Iowa
Comic Section in Colors Sunday
Besides the laughable comic pictures and
the special articles by women for women,
The Bee will record dramatic events of im
portance; present exclusive human interest
stories and give an accurate account of .
events of politics, with absorbing sidelights
on the two big political parties, their con
ventions and their presidential campaigns.
Complete Telegraphic and Cable News
From all over the civilized world every
day in the year.
If yon neglect to
Read The Bee daily during 1912
Yon will miss theee exclusive features, the
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