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THE HHK: OMAHA, FJUDAY, XOVKMbBR 1912.
ci tv iMt opkp-'v nut SA l.K.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE
iwo lots at 40th Ave., near Ames, two
blocks from street car line. Ills each.
One lot. 4Tth and Cass Sit., adjoining
Dundee. U00. Inquire lit UOS Jones St.
TO BUY. SELL OR IlKNT. FIRST 8EE
JOHN W. ROBH1NS. 1SU2 FARNAM ST.
Balance Like Rent
Buys a new three-room bungalow: has
large living room, bed room and kitchen:
has fine electric lighting fixtures: ce
mented basement and-walks: also chicken
house, with yard fenced; half-block to
car line: handy to school and stores; lot
10x120. Call up or Bee
SCOTT & HILL.
Douglas 1009. 307 McCagua Bldg.
ltnllilhic with nparlv 100.000 sa. ft. floor
space suitable for automobile assembling
plant;. with good Belt line trackage. Sand
for cut or bunaing ana circular.
Harrison & Morton
91G Omaha Nat. Bank . D. S14.
5-HOUM, nearly new. cosr cottage; close
to Harney car line; nearly muueru; juiuo,
$1,600; $iso cash, balance same as rent
Tel. D. 2S42.
'rum HflSKHITD Mill) CO.
handles oxchanges of all kinds. Room S,
Continental Bin., omana.
LOW PRICED BARGAINS
"iTy 1'imi'nnTY 1011 sai.k
FIELD CLt'B DISTRICT. '
Reewntlmi hull ntrlur llvlnir rnom. with
fireplace, dining room, kitchen and bed-
room on first floor; four bedrooms nnu
bSth on urnnil flnnf. ftt--.t-rln-. tjlUlllb-
lng; three laundry tubs In basement, with
noi ana com water; good furnace; aoumr
stalrwav: fin Int with 1nrt-i nlmilp trees:
paved street; close to car line and school;
(land) neighborhood. Price only ja.wv.
$109 down; balance can be made in
monthly payments. This Is a great big
snap and don't fall to Investigate this.
Lots alone alone are selling for 11,000 In
,110-512 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Owner Must & Will
Sell fine. ten-room house. 30th and
Howard at i what It Is worth, Best
bidder will get It In next 90 days If of
fer is anywhere near reasonable. See us
at once about this.
Peters Trust Co.
163 Famam St.
(Under Omaha Nat'l. Bank.)
KKAIi KSTATE IIK.U, ITAIT.
FARM It.VM'll I.AMIS KOIl SAI.U. KAHM A HA.NCII HNHS FOR SAf.1
Your Chance for a Good Farm
LABOR RADICALS DEFEATED
Administration Wins, Three to One,
in Test Vote, in Federation.
TRADE AUTONOMY rOLIOY WINS
ON SMALL INVESTMENT
TWO GOOD ONES
Pretty New Home
MIS Evans St, hair block from Bhor
man Ave. car line: 6 largiv rooms: down
stairs finished and floored In oak; up.
stairs two large bedrooms and bath
finished In yellow pine; bath room white
enamel: threo closets and one lrge storo
room. House Is one of the most attract
!ve built this year; has built-in boobensrs,
plate rail and paneled dlnlnsr room. The
very best of plumbing has uf.cn Installed
and the heating plant Is absolutely giwr-
anteed to heat the house It tun cuiui
W.SAJ-Only $tw cash and J0 .monthly on T..eather. House Is exceptionally well
the balance, including interest wni bulu. , - fun glicd screens for all win
buv a new strictly modern B-rooih
cottage on Ames, Ave., west of SSth
St. Nice high ground whore the
air Is pure and frith. Crme right
to the office and we will go out
and see It.
U,S0t Not new. tut flrt (Jass con
dition, on North 27th St.. near
Corby, a splendid 7-room house
modern except furnace. The owner
Pali! more, but must sell and wants
an offer. . ,
11.000 Only 3 rooms, but very good slxe
wlUi a large lot, 6vxll, hydrant,
sidewalk, chicken house, fruit
and shade trees. A very cosy place
near 23d and Ohio.
600-Oood little 3-room house having
sewer, water and gas. Lot 25',.14.
Now rented for ti.00 per me nth.
nam vniy to uuwri, uvuniiw .v .iw...j
r IriVIiYJCJ XlN V-EjO-llU-Ei X vw.,
Entlro 3d Floor of Ware Block,
U,635-Each for 2 fine lots on N. E. cor
ner SSth Ave. and Poppleton, SGxHS
31,600 For big east front lot, xl&8, at
30th and Oak St. Make an offer.
$1,600 Dodge St. between 51st and 52d,
large' south front lot,
3 600 30th and Spalding, south front,
BOxliS, paving paid.
$ l3-ach: 2 big lots 45th and Saratoga.
326 cash, balance HO monthly. Only
tt.ru. hinrlri from cur and schoo-
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Doug. 1781. Ware Blk
Living room, kitchen, pantry and two
i i nn first floor: fitalrwav to sec-
ond floor, where two more rooms may be
finished: nice cellar, with both Inside
and outslla entrances; maple floor In
kitchen, ii:o eiectnc nsni nuic, imi
ural woou finish, large cistern and fine
.. front lot. 40x130. corner. Take
south 13th car line to Missouri Ave., go
five blocks south. Keys at J. W. Quick,
15 S. 13th St., South Omaha. Price only
31.400. 350 cash, balance 315 a month.
ti,i. I. tho last one left and must
sold. A dandy home for some one. Let ua
make an appointment io s"" " -
'310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
dows; has full basement with laundry
sink ana outsian oenar entrance; nice
yard sodded In front, cement walks In
street and around house; large back
yard with plenty of room for garden
and nowers. it win pay you wen io wm
the time and look at this pretty place.
Price Is reasonable and easy terms can
Payne & Slater Co.
61G Omaha Nat l. Bank Bldg.
That new house on Webster St. and 31th
St.. Just a block from the Harney bt.
car line and on sightly ground, near the
Sacred Heart convent. Will be ready for
inspection this week. It has oak finish,
bUllt-ln bookcase, large sleeping porch
and four other sleeping rooms. A we II-
bult. up-to-dato nouse ior me
lot Is 65x120 feet. Bee It today.
Harrison & Morton
310 O. Nat. Bank Bldg,
Tel. D. 314.
Buy This Home
We want an offer on 3317 Taylor St., a
nearly new 5-r., completely modern cot
tage, having two largo lotB, each 50tt30.
alley on rear. Owner has moved from
cltv. Tou can buy this place on $400 or $500
cash down, balance- monthly. Key at our
office. This property Is close to school
and car line.
Payne & Slater Co.
16 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1010.
No. 1, i0 acres almost lool, u sooil I
6-rooui house, Rood, new double corn
crib, granary, good orchard and
grove, bam for 8 head of horses, cow
barn and other out buildings. This
farm In worth $140 nor ncrn today,
but because ot bad faith of owner
can sell at $105 per aero, $3,000
cash, balance 5 years at 6 per cent
No, 2, acres, 7 miles from
county seat, M ,iullo to Inland town,
good store, blacksmith shop, market
for butter and eggs and cream and
as good ns ulalr. Pair improve
monts, good orchard. This farm Is
worth t GO per acre, but belongs to
an old man who Is not able to farm
and has mado a price of $130 per
acre, $3,000 cash, balance 5 years
nt 5ft per cent. Optional payments.
No. 3, 200 acres, 3 miles from
good town, fair improvements, half
valley, half rolling and rough, but the
rough land ha& ami on now that will
mako 40 bushols to the acre. This
farm can bo bought at $95 per aero
and host possible lorms.
. Mr. Ilentnr von mav havn a farm now. but It may be sold from under
you, then what will you do? "Why not own your own farm and home?
You had better come and look at these at once. You know that "One good
Investment bents a life of labor." Don't blamo us or some Iowa man it they
beat you to them.
lours for buMncsn,
The Dixon Real Estate Co.
The time tomes when we mint all re-
ttrc, so hle Is jour chance to buy a mod
ern home and as good a farm ai can be
found In Nebraska, all things taken Into
No, 1. It's the Magnew Johnson farm
sheds and its fine system of waterworks
in all the miuuings. mis larm nns me
Craig. Neb., farm which sold for W10 per
acre skinned a mile, and Mr, Johnson
would not take les thnn W per acte for
It If ha was not going to retlro from farm
life IU has bought himself a fine home
In Blair and has placed his flue farm
homo in our hands to sell at a ptlce that
win move It at once. It taken soon this
fine farm honm can be bought for $150 per
acre and only half cash. Balance five
years or more.
No. 2, It's tho George Smith farm and
can be bought all together or in parts,
xi r flmlth hj uuthoriird us to sell this
at once and at the most liberal terms
one-third to one-hair casn, oaiance ai
rea-onable terms. Hern is a chanoe to
rat u irnrM furm rlcht on the edge of
town. Come soon If you want It. .What
an opportunity for a man wun a ianui
to send his children to college when they
have flnlsnm nign aonooi, mc courw u
lr.g only four blocks from your door.
ated with It and wlwrovor Its policy of
Irade autonomy seems ununited to the
( Industry It wilt Introduce the principle of
Among the speakers who advocated the
adoption of the minority report wer John
Mltohell. Frank Hayes and Duncan Mc
Donald of the United Mine ".Yorkers and
Joseph 1). Cannon of the Western Fed
eration of Miners.
Defenders of the federation's present
policy were President Oompeis, Andrew
Kuisoth, president of the Seaman's Inter
national union Henry D. Perhan, seventh
, vice president of tho federation, and
HOOMKSTKK. N Y.. Nov. 11 -After a Daniel J. Tehln , president ot the Interim-
debate that lasted nil day members of the j Honal Brotherhood of Teamsters and
radical winr of the American Vedsratlah . ChaUffemt.
of t-abor were defeated by a vote of mare. The committee en adjustment will make
thnn thtee to one In their attemrl to I Its report tomorrow aim tne next aa n in
Vnte Preceded lij- What l Termed
One of Moat Spti'ited Dotmtee
Which Kvrr ToU Place
tn Coin rntloii,
STIR OYER RECTOR'S DIYORCE
Rev. H. Percy Silver, Formerly of
Omaha, Nearly Loses Bishopric.
DIOCESE OF ALBANY
have the federation adoiH the principle
of Industrial unionism In place of Its
policy of trade autonomy. Two hundred
and sixty. four delegates voted against the
mlnoilty report ot the commltt," nf edu
cation, which favored the principle of
Industrial unionism, and seventy-two
voted In Its favor.
The vpllng sttength of the convention,
based bn membership In represented
bodies, went 10,$3 against the minority
report and ,9" for It. After the minority
report had been defeated the majority re
port In favor of the continuance of trada
autonomy wa adopted by acclamation.
The vote was the first test ot strength
between lbs radical and conservative
wings and tho number of votes polled by
tho radicals was slightly under their ad
vance estimates. The vote of the l.'nlted
Mine Workers '3,70) and the Western
Federation of Miners (501 was enst solidly
expected the second conflict between the
radical and conrvatlve forces will take
place on the proposal of the radicals that
officers ot the federation be elected by
referendum vote of the members.
PAHM .V UAXCII liAVD.1 FPU SAMS.
lllUl.SH Colli.. w. finest agricul
tural land. Nocho-o .volley, near drand
Trunk; also Foil deorge. Cariboo. Peace
rtlver, Kulkley valley. State requirements.
i0 acres to 100,000. Lowest prices: easy
terms. Olenn & Co., Ul Pender 8t..
Vancouver. It. C.
TRAVERSED BY THE
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Lands adapted to tho widest range ot
crop. All tho money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming country. Us soil,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. n. LBAHY. Dept K.
General Passenger Agent
40th. and Burt Home
Nine, rooms, hot water heat; south front
full lot, one block to alt lines; near
Cathedral and schools; Immediate pos
session; J1.500 cash, balance easy.
CASSJ NEAR 40TH
Bight rooms, square, nearly new, en
tirely modern; laundry complete; best fu
tures, plumbing and heat; W-ft. lot; H.009
uh. balance monthly.
LOT-37TH & DAVENPORT
Only 30 per ft. Just two blooks from
lots held for $110 per foot. Paved. New
homes going up. $1,000 cash; will low
money to build.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
1016 Omaha National. Douglas 5516.
Bvantngs: Harney S3S or Harney Uii.
In Kountze Place
Ye are offering for sale for the first
time a nearly new, 6-room house, located
on Bherman Ave., between Kmmot arid
l.othrop, with an east frontage on Sher
man Ave. oar line and paved street, for
the very low price of 13,260. This house
has reception hall, parlor, dining room
and kitchen on the first floor; three well
arranged sleeping rooms and bath on
the second floor. The house has Just
been papered throughout and painted on
the outside and is now In the very best
condition. Has city water, sewer, gas,
furnace heat and electric light. House
is now vacant, ready to move right Into.
Can arrange terms.
HASTINGS & HEYDBN. ltU Harney St.
1S0-ACKI5 Tolk county farm: well im
proved; nil good, level land; threo miles
from town; good buildings. Price $140
per aore. Address Qracber Bros., She!
dahl. la.. , ,
OFFICK OF TUB CONBTRUCTINO
Quartermaster, Fort D. A. Russell,
Wyoming, October 2Mh, IMS. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will he received at
this office until 11 A. M Monday, Novem
ber SSth, 1912, and tatn opened In pres
ence of bidders for Constructing Railroad
Spur, Bldlngs, Scale Track, Scale ahd
Scale House. Information will be fur
nished on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be Indorsed
"Proposals for Railroad Spur, Rtc," and
iddresied: F 8, Armstrong, Captain
Quartermaster Corps, V. 8. A, Con.
Ends Insuranoe Suit
1NDKPKNDHNCK. Kan.. Nov. 2l.-Mr.
Kvallne Btalnaker. suing the Modem
Woodmen lodge of Independence to en
force the payment of a $$,0rt) polloy on
her husband' life, was confronted by
Stalnuktr In the district court here this
evening. The plaintiff became speechless
She at first denied tho Identity of the
man, but later admitted ho was her hus
mL. . , I ... I . 1,1 1 n, lit ftftat
.... . r..,- " u.-iii."-. -
.or. V.'e"",""..-..r::,r,..7'r:: assessed against Mrs. Rtalnaker.
Mrs, iPtatnaker earlier had taken the
that lined up solidly with th. radical wing
were the bakers and confectioners, Iron,
steel and tin workers, printing pressmen,
railway carmen and journeymen tailors.
The debate preceding the vote Is said by
veteran labor men to have been one of
the most spirited that ever took place In
a federation, convention.
Trail.' Autonomy Hafe.
As a result or the adoption ot the ma
jority report, the federation will continue
to recognise tho Independent autonomy of
International and national unions afflll-
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Notloe is hereby given that an applica
tion has been made to the Oovernor and
the Advisory Boan) of Pardons for a
pardon of the sentence of Jensft O. Cup
pel, who was on the 9th day of August,
1S12. sentenoed by the district oOurt within
and for Douglas county, to serve a term
of one to twenty vears In the stata ttenl-
I tentlary for the crime of forgery. Sold
I application will be heard before tho
.Advisory iru oi i-aroons on inn iv(n
day of December. 1913. at 2 o'olook p. m.
Dsted this h day of November, ltfi
N21-J3 D. JBSSB O. CATPI9U
.Majority of Hundred lllshnps AN
renrty lime? Voted for Confirma
tion ns Illation Coadjutor
stand. She said her husband was the
brother of her first husband and that
when she married him he wa IS years
old and she 40. In 104, she related, Btal
naker was working as a contractor, when
his workmen threatened to mob htm. He
fled and sha believed, she said, that he
had been frightened to death or "put out
of the way."
HUNDREDS OF MISS0URIANS
taic part i' onnN hunt
MOBBRLT, Mo,, Nov. Jl.-Coon hunt
ers, 1N strong, mounted, booted and
equipped as In the days of old, with
United States Senator W. J. Stone head
ing the procession, paraded down the
main street late today amid tho tooting
of horns and barking of dogs. They wore
on their way to Milton, where a three
days' hunt will he held, Muny were
mounted on mules and carried, old-fashioned
powder ,and hall muskets. Visitors
are arriving on every train nnd several
hundred persons are expected finally to
take part In the hunt.
We have Just completed two of the
nicest and most complete little homes
that you could wish to find. Each has
six. good-sizea rooms pieniy oi ojoneis
and two storage rocmn, full basement
with grade entrance; first floor has ves
Ubule, parlor, den (cn be used far bed.
room), large dining room, all finished In
beautiful fumed oak, well arranged
kitchen, dandy pantry and vestibule for
ioe box, colonnade opening with book
cases In pedestals, built-in buffet, plate
rail, paneled walls and beamed ceilings;
two light and airy bedrooms and bath on
second floor; the best ot plumbing anu
furnace guaranteed; artistic lighting fix
tures operated by flush switches. These
houses were built by day labor and flrst
clasa material was used throughout. Lo
cated at 4103 North 19th street and 4117
North 2th street boulevard, Just north of
Kountxe Place. Keys are at our office
and we will be pleased to show you
through at any time,
Payne & Slater Co.
U Omaha Nat. Bank" Bldg. Doug. lOlti.
DO YOU DO ANY HUSINMUS IN IOWA?
The Des Molnts Capital Is Iowa's most
widely circulated and most Influential
newspaper. Its dally circulation exceeds
43.000 copies. The classified advertising
rate Is 1 cent a word or cents a line.
You can Hell your farm In Iowa or you
can buy land in Iowa by the use of the
Des Moines Capital. The rate by the
month U $1.20 a line. Address The Des
Moines Capital. Dee Mulnes. Ta.
A Cozy Home
Located at 110S Military avenue, north,
east corner of Military avenue and Pat
rick avenue, on Benson and Deaf In
stitute car lines, 5 urga rooms, all on
one floor, full basement, floored attic;
house is finished and floored with oak tn
vestibule, parlor and dining rooms, and
yellow pine In other rooms; oak colon
nade between parlor and dining room;
bulltln kitchen cabinet; first class plumb
ing and furnace; beautiful lighting fix
tures; lot Is 40xl, paving all paid, ce
ment steps and walks. We had three
houses In this location, two have been
sold.. You will have to hurry If you want
to have a chance on the last one. Price
$2,800. This is one of the best propo
sitions we have offered this year. You
could not buy a lot of the same value
and build a house like this one at the
price we are asking for this property.
Key at our office, or at the house on
Payne & Slater Co.
tit Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1016.
SMALL IOWA FARM.
About 24 miles from Council Bluffs, 3
miles to railroad town; contains 6 aores,
about 36 acres In cultivation, balance pas
ture; timber for wood and fencing on the
Slace; about 6 acrew in fruit; now 6-room
ouse. largo, new poultry house, etc. An
Industrious man can make a hotter living
on this place, than working for wages,
and several thousand dollars every year
besides. It is cleur of Incumbrance. Price
$100 per acre; will take port in city prop
erty, Balance i-rma iu nun.
Owner. B 230 Bee.
The Next Issue
Sunday, November 24
Contains a Short Story by JACK LONDON
ALBANY, N. Y., Nov. Jl.-By resolu
tion the Eptscnpal diocese of Albany at
today's session of the annual convention
endorsed the action of tho convention a
standing committee in refusing to con
sent to the consecration of n,ov. Dr. H.
Percy Silver of Topeka. Kan., the newly-'
elected bishop ot Kansas, because he Is
a divorced man,
When a clergyman Is elected to a
hshoprln In the Kplscopaf church hl.i
election must bo confirmed, by the other
dioceses of the country,
Divorced In Omaha.
TOPKKA. Kan.. Nov. 20,-Krlends of
Dr. II. Percy Silver, recently chosen
bishop coadjutor Tor Kansas, said to
night the churchman has been divorced
for two years. The decree, they say, wae
granted In Omaha while Dr. Silver was.
a chaplain In the army.
The divorce details have been known In
Kptscopal church circles throughout the.
United Strttes for some time, the friend
added. They refused to make public ths
U was said ho was granted a divorce on
grounds that prohibit him being married,
ngaln while a member of the Uplscopat
It Is asserted by church officers that tho..
action of the Albany diocese will not pre-4.
venl the consecration of Itev. Mr. Silver"
us coadjutor bishop, ns a majority ot the,.,.
100 bishops already have ,vote4 for his
Hector and Chaplain Her.
Kev. H. Percy Silver wa rector of thai
Kplscopal Church of the Good Shepherd
In ISM, leaving there for Lincoln, whern',
ho became rector of Holy Trinity church
and where he was married to Miss Agnes
Sewell. He returnod to Omaha and en
tered tho nrmy as chaplain and for sev
eral years was stationed In tho Philip
Friends of both Mr. nnd Mrs. Bllver .
said last night It was generally known
that Itev. Mr. Silver and his wife had
separated, but It wns their belief that no
divorce proceedings had been brought by
either. Mrs. Silver returned to Lincoln ,
recently, bringing the body of her mother,
who died In the east, for burial by tho -side
ot her husband In Lincoln. Sha -
visited for some time there, and ts re-
ported to hnvn snd at that time that
while living apart from her husband, na t
divorce proceeding had been begun.
Ayer is Appointed
to Indian Board '
M ACRES ALFALFA. $4,S00-HAMIL-ton
Co., Knn.; rich Arkansas river bottom
land, about 1 mile from Kendall (main
line Santa Fe Ity.); good fence; no build
ings. $1,000 cash, balance at 6 per cent.
James L. Lombard. Owner. Kamas
HOMESTKAD 100 acres rich farm land
for $t76, filing fees and all. Just over into
Colorado-good stuff, not sandhills. Land
around Kimball, $15 to $28 an acre. Agents
wanted. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb;
New, modern, six rooms and sleeping
porch, oak finish; window seat, plate
rait, paneled walls, floored attic; clouts
In; cheap; easy terms. Owner. Douglas
FOR SALE OU TRADE for Omaha city
Sroporty Two farms. lt0 acres each, in
outli Dakota. One in Halle Fourche Ir
rigation district. Inquire H. L. Snydur,
Koom 403. National Fidelity and Casualty
Co.. Building. Cor. 12th and Famam,
Near Kountze Park
Six-room, strictly modern; has large
living room, with bul.t-in .,
lining room with built-in buffet; cmua
closet, paneled walls and plate rail; both
of these rooms have beam ceilings; at
tractive den. These rooms are finished
In oak; has large, roomy kitchen, with
nice pantry and entryway; has two bed
rooms and bath, with tile walls, on sec
ond floor; also storeroom; basement ce
mented; guaranteed furnace and hot
water tank connected; sink for laundry
purposes; cemented walks; on corner lot;
nice neighborhood: handy to car lint,.
stores and school, Can be bought for $50u
cash, baiance like rent.
For furtner information boo
SCOTT & HILL,
Douglas 1009. 307 McCague Bldg.
To-BUBHKL VHEAT LAND. I TO $
We have for sale over Ifl.OOO acres of
Cheyenne county. Nebraska s choicest
farm land, where the crop yields for U
yeaTs. including 1910 and l5ll, vcrage
with the best In the state. Alfalfa, also
a. leading crop. Better soil, vater and
FUND jj jjyj VK SCTMENTtJO
TEN THOUSAND SHAKES Hidden
.Atr.... nnM uinlnr and Milling Co,
toek at lad. S. D.. Joining the famomi
Homestako mine. This Is good property
and will double during the coming jear.
Look this up. -Addross Box 45$. Lincoln.
A TlSTft AC'TS OK TTTI.T.
nppn Ati.trart Co.. oldest abrtract of-
flee in Nebraska. W6 Brandels Theater.
WANTED TO 1IUY
Best prices for fur., clothes, shoes. W.S146.
To Be Proud Of
At 1617 Evans St. (in beautiful Kountze
Place), we have Just completed a fine
two story T-r. house, large living room on
first floor with dining room and kitchen;
four' bedrooms and bath on second floor;
downstairs finished and floored in oak.
with fine oak colonnade between dining-
room and living room: oeautirui oak
stairway leads to secjnd floor; plenty of
closets and bedrooms are nice and large.
House IB strictly modern in every
detail and extra well built. Fine
full basement with laundry sink, outside
cellar entrance, front and side yard Is
odded and lot runs bacic to alley, with
ulentv of room for garden. Half block to
a 1 w ndowi go" wllh this houVe? Price I PJJ.i
$1,250 on terms to suit you. I farina with the
small garage and repair shop: good out
side location: low rent. Call Webster Mi.
2251 FLORENCE BLVD.. near Lake St..
6 room, reception hall, bath; Iiouko all
modern; near school and car; 00-foot
front on boulevard; corner lot. Could
take a smau cottage in on tins, '-'none
Acreage for Rent.
FOrt RENT Market garden. 10 acres,
Vi sublrrigated with famous Wiggins sys
tem; 1 acre strawberries; 1 ucre young
asparagus, Vt acre onions; 4-room, 40x28
cement house: barn, sheds, hotbed; finest
well water, putnp Jack and gasoline en
gine; close, high fence; on street car
line; all tools and Implements $300; nono
but hustler need apply, Chas. E. Selfert,
Box 93. Lincoln, Neb.
FAKM A KAN CM I..-..NUS KOIl SALB.
that trees ran be planted without lr.tei
lerlna with the alfalfa
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There will bo twelve of these short stories by London, ono a month for
tho next twelvo months. The first one to bo presented is
"THE CAPTAIN OF THE SUSAN DREW"
By JACK LONDON
llluitraitd by John O. Toiahl
JACK LONDON, tho greatest American writer of short stories, heads
the list of contributors to this issue of Tho Semi-Monthly- Magaziuo Sec
tion. He presonts "The Captain of the Susan Drew," his latest and beat
tale of adventure on the high "oao. It Is a talo of an ocean liner wrecked in the Pacific,
Tho handful of survivors, drifting In an open boat, are rescued by a tramp atlln vessel.
The captain of the vessel In wi brutal and grotesque a marine- as ever bullied his crew,
and Is as mysterious a character as Pr. Jokyll and Mr. Hyde. You will be no less
astounded at what happens to him than were the castaways whom ho tormonts. There
are throe vigorous illustrations by Todahl.
"THE DRAMA OF MY LIFE"
Mukdeni "The Bloody Sunday" Kronstadt,
By IVAN NARODNY
iUuttration by Wilton Karchtr
The life of Ivan Narodny, revolutionary leader and author-advonturer,
has been far more eventful than fiction could ever hope to bo. Under tho
title "The Drama of My Life," Narodny recounts fcls personal experiences on three his
torlc occasions the four days' battle of Mukden n the Russo-Japanese War, the notor
ious "Bloody Bunday" massacre in St. Petersburg and the capture of the Fortress ot
KronsLadt by a band of daring revolutionists led by himself. Wilson Karchor has caught
the spirit of the article and illustrato It with all the Intensity the story begets.
"HYSTERIA IN CHILDHOOD"
By H. ADDINGTON BRUCE
An article that will intereBt every parent. The author shows that tho
hysteria of children Is a mental disease that can be prevented or cured, it older people
will only recognize its real character, Mr. Druco recounts several anecdotes from real
life In support of his theories.
"HALF LUCK-HALF ME
Editorial by DR. FRANK CRANE
Dr. Crane is a preacher to the public through tho pages of the magazines
and newspapers. Ills audience Is the largest commanded by any prtaoher la America,
and his heart-to-heart talk In our forthcoming Issue Is both interesting and Instructive,
FRONT COVER DESIGN
A Portrait of Jack London
'A. sturdy drawing of tremondouH force by Edwin Parry Upjohn.
Drawn In the way that Jack London writes vigorous, virile.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21.-Kdward IC. .
Aver, a wealthy Chlonsoan. today was
named by President Taft a member ot
tho Board of Indian Commissioners whtch
lias supervision of the contracts and pur
chases of supplies among the Indians.
Mr. Ayer has taken an Interest for many
earn past tn Indian affairs, having pre
sented a large collection ot Indian relics
valued at more that- 11.000.000 to tho Field
piuseum at Chicago.
SOUTH DAKOTA SILK THIEVES
CAUGHT, NEAR SIOUX CITY
HlOtrX CITY, la,, Nov. Zl.-Ellks, furs.
and satins, valued at ll.SOO, stolen from
he Blngsrud Mercantile company's storo
t Blk Point, fl. u.. on the night ot
November 10, were located In South Bloux
City, Neb., this afternoon. The goods
wero found hidden under a putt or straw
tn the barnyard ot the home of Eugene
Douthttt, In the north part of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Douthttt, the latter
known as "Grandma" Appleton and Jean
ailmore of Omaha, were placed under ar
The Dakota county, Neb,, authorltlen
believe they have located the headquar
ters of the gang of thieves, which has
been committing numerous robberies ot (.
valuable furs and silks In this vicinity.
Other arrests are to be made.
BR0WERS MURDER TRIAL
BEGINS AT FOREST CTY
FOP.E3ST C1TT, Ia Nov. 21. (Bpeclal.)
The hearing of evidence In the murder
case against Oscar mowers began to
rtiy, following tho completion of the Jury
last nlRht. Urowers is held in connection!
With the death of Carl Orokke last June, ,
following a ouarrel oyer ohlckens of tho t
latter, which, allegedly hid trespassed
upon the property of the former.
Snydfcr-Malone-t ffman Co.,lE8 Ex. Bldg
"VAVEjtTY "imOS.. 13S Exchange PJdg.
MARTIN BROS. & CO . Exchange Bldg.
Cloy, floblneon A Co.. 200 Exchange ''
for November 24
At the Theaters
Owlnn to the engagement ot Ethel "
Bat ry more at the Orpheum this week:
there has not been a vacant seat In tha
house at any performance. In fact the
standing room sign Is displayed after-.,,
noon and evening. The same condition
win unaouoieaiy prevail next weea, a.i
Tt.Ihii fltiesrirer. the world's greatest '
woman 'cellist, will bo the attraction.
Six thousand columns of newspape
comment have been evoked bj "The.
Talker," the new play which comes ta
the Boyd with Tully Marshall as th
star. The play has to Its credit a run ot
six months In the Harris theater, New
York City, and will bo seen In most oe
the continental oltles of Europe. A com
pany of tarn excellence will be found In
sunDort of Mr. Marshall and consists ot
1il6 Eva MacDonald, Miss Mary Mai-
born. Wilson uay, I'resion urew-, jiaa
Vlda Croly Sidney, Miss Jean Newton,
Miss Clara uaiton ana warren raunseu.
Seats are now on sale for the entire en
Thr hna not been In this generation
another artist who could make up a list
of songs like Kitty Cheatham's program
cout'ilus. for Mlm Cheatham alone has
made the songs ot cnuanooa a ciasaia
rf.n.ht tn this generation. How many
grand opera singers have been put to tho
test Of Singing me same iu vim
public twice In a week? Caruso and
Garden rnrfcly: and no other at all, yet
Kitty Cheatham repeated her artistic mat
inee at the Lyceum theater, New York,
to ciowded houses. Miss Cheatham's en
gagement will be for two performances
only, (Saturday matinee and evening, at
Ellna Garner, who Is presenting hen
monologue at the Hippodrome thus week,
hits the distinction ot having been en
gut ed as the sole vntertalner for the
children, of the English speaking foreign
ambassadors st thu annual children's
party held In Washington early this fall.
Mrtluu-u dally lit I.
A mighty pretty musical number tn
"The Merry Whirl" ot the Uayety this
week is the Scotch hong. "Strike lp a
BagpIlK" Tune," as sung by Mlm Cooke.
The regulation kilt uniforms wofn by
the big chorus hack of Miss Cooke make
a most appropriate background. L&dlca
dime matinee dally at 2.U.