THE OMAHA DAILY HKE: MONDAY, JANUARY 18. 1004.
ilftrtMfiariu for Iheae rolemns
will he taken aatll 12 m. lor the
In edition and natll MiOO p. m.
for nril( anil ftnndn rililloK.
Rate, 1 l-2e a moid fire Inaertloia,
la a ward thereafter. otnlnax taken
for lets than Wo for the firat laeer.
laa. Then nili ertlnemeata maat be
Aa1 vertleera, by reejaeatlnar a in
lere4 eheek, ran hare anarrera ad
dreaaea to aamhered letter In rare
f The flee. Aaawera ao addreaaea' will
be. delivered oa preaeatatloa of the
MI8C KI.I.ANKOI S.
MID-WINTER 1 ERM OF"
NOT TOO aaATE T.J ENTER.
Day and Night.
CATX, WHITE OR TELEPHONE FOR
11. B. BOYLES. President,
New Tork Life Bldg. Onulw. Neb.
C1TT SAVINGS BANK paya 4 per rent.
BPECIAI,-For a limited time we will (It
you with fc guaranteed pair of spectacles
for $1. Don't miss thla chance. U. 8. Op
ticians, 308 N. 11th St. R-S9f ,
FFRFIELD Piano Co.. Bee Bldg.; Weber,
Storey A Clark. Ludwig. Schiller. R r-rt
UAOLE Ioan ofrlce. Reliable, aeeommndat
tng; all business confidential. 1801 Douglas.
EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co.. moving nd
storagt. 214 N 16th. Tel. 1196. 11-968 .
f Kiirrtrv1ii0t relief; corn removed.
VIlirypUUyrjr. Roy, r. J-3, 1603 FnniHm.
m TRY TUB CHICAGO LAUNDRY.
If yoti don't, we both lore. Good work;
prompt attention. 214 N. lrtth. Tel. 105.
READf ) HAVE ROOT
HEED1 I PRINT IT.
SIirrFFHI l A 1 ROOT. Inc.
OUUtCUl ; 414-1 S. 12th. Tel. 104.
RrPJIrl "tartly home made; potato yeast.
UICUU Delicatessen. 1806 Farnam Street.
OOLD crowns from 13; filling from 25c; set
of teeth. 12; teeth extracted free. Ut Ion
. Dental Co.. 1522 Pouglua. room 4. R-4Ta
ACCORDION pleating cheapest. best,
quickest. Mrs. A. C. Mark. 17th and
Douglao. , R-476
P. MELCHIOR, machinist, 13th A Howard.
BTRONGE8T In the World." The Equita
ble Life Assurance society. Its policies
fr."'ht fl"l't t maturity. H. D.
H'?'- manager, Merchants' National
Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb. R-978
POULTRY SUPPLTES-Ullery A Co., ltll
Howard. -Tel. 8327. R-979
SIGN painting. S. H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.-
ALL kinds of ear-oenter work end repairing
promptlv attended to. J. T. Ochl'fee,
XOth ana Lake Bts. R S70
H, f. SMITH, successor to- McVea ft
Brrdth. plumbing and heating, lis N. 13'h.
Tel. 1092. Prompt attention r'ven oil
Ha doesn't keep stationery.
He sells It at
ww r arnum street.
GOLD &!LVER. NICKEL Plating. Om.
WLL' Plating Co.,.lSC8 Harney. Tel. 253i.
"ilia' SJIS: m.?.ver- hevK. !".
VODICKA A CO., fine tailoring; all kinds
S.irr'2?'rBr.B"d "Pairing. Krug theater
bldg". Tel. 8182. R 419
A BOTTLE of Phillips' Face Lotion will fix
that face sr you will Ilka It. R M457 F8
PUBLICITY DESIGNS-WHEATON. In
tha Bee Bldg. R M394
OPEN EVENINGS, too busy making
clothes to close. Suits :0 to $40: trousers
t to 110. Dresher, 1614 Farnam street.
R M6J8 F13
BJORNBON A HAAS. Tinners and Mfgs.
of sheet metal, cornices, smokestacks,
rutterr skylights, ceilings, tanks, etc.
Tel. 2678. 214 N. 15th St. R 782 F1S
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
any property or business qulok, see J. H.
Johnson. W N. Y.,Ufe. - Y 384
8HOLBS-ARMSTRONG CO.. btisln-ss
chances and exchanges; write us. 122 New
York Life Bldg. Tel. 49. Y-M384
X HAVE EXCHANGED nearly all of Those
city properties advertised last Sunday.
Would have exchanged yours had you
given It to me. . List how, before- land
and fruit farms a re rented. H. S. Oates.
U13 Howard 8t. 'Phone 221. . Y 696 18
BARBER SHOP One-half ' Interest for
sale, In best shop In Longmnnt, Colo. For
particulars address Ed Jeffreys.
. Y-M704 19x
FOR SALE, old-established variety store,
doing good business, well stocked and
well advertised; reason, confinement end
age. .. Address Lock Box KO, , Bpesrflsh.
BP- ' Y-M7TO 19x
40-HOR8E-POWER boiler. SO englnew7n4
and rip saws, boring machine, plener.
. shafting, pulleys, belts, etc.; If vou want
to buy we can deal. Address B 10. Bee.
LAW AND OI.t.2CT10.8.
JUDGE DICKINSON, till N. Y. Life. Set
tlement . estates a specialty. 'Phone
. M931 Fit!
TILLMAN A PRICE. 410 1st Nat. fck. bid.
THE New Snow-Church Co., law collec
tions, real estate brokers, attorneys ai.J
brokers everywhere. 1st ttoor N. Life
Tel. lat. 14
W. T. WAPPICII. AP"ICK free. CrrilTTor!
FOR pension sea 8. F. Moore. 22 Patterson
block. . M075 F 12
DON'T give your furniture and cartel
away. J. Levins pays the highest iah
price. "Tel. J 71. . H-lij
RV!e bought, sold. -Antique Book Con
fcWrVi ceru, 213 Karbach blk.' Trl.
HIOH prices for Id-hand furniture. Tel. iOM.
Chicago Furniture Co. N MjVi
BKST PRICES for used stives. furnlturZ'
Enterprise Furn. Co.. 104 8. Mlh. Tol.jjji
N 378 Hurl
CHAMBERS' New Academy. HU Farmm.
Adujt beginners. Mondays and Salurdn),
I p. ni ; aaai-mbliea, Wedr.ekduys. k.tit p.
m.t children beginners, Wedr-rcdaj , 4 p.
m., Baturdavs, i p. m ; advanced. eJaiur
days only, 4 p. m. 'Phone, F-1&71: r. ..
! n i ,
Jf you dance, attend Morand'e Wed. nam m
blles. If you don't dance, join his Ti e da.
and Fri. class 8 p. in. pcclj ult lit ji, t
beginners; lady bstlstitnu; rr.va.e .run:
dally. Call 15th and Harney or T. 1 ltii.
Jobnaoa Institute, 6U N T. Life Bldg. T 1M
5"be Hunt Infirmary, McCague bldg. T. :3S1
ZR. GRACE DEE IAN, 832 N. Y. Ufa. Tel.
Payette Cole, Osteopath. sb Paxton block'
IHORTUilO AMD TYPE WR1T1XQ.
A. C VAN 8 ANT'S school. TIT N. Y. Life.
ISEB. Butlaea A Shorthand Collegj. Boyd's
WANTED MALE HELP,
NEW CLASSES TOMORROW
Omaha Commercial College,
17th and Douglas 8ts.
New classes atlil forming. Tou can be
gin tomorrow nicely in any department.
now la the time to Degln.
MEN to learn barber trade; free . railroad
luie upon our failure to convince you ot
tnlr being me ' btbf. largest ami only
tenable, most practical battier college in
this section ot tne country, write for
catalogue today. Western Barbera' Inml
tute, Omaha, Neb. B 98
WANTED For U. S. army, able-bodied,
unmarried men, between agen of 21 and Ho,
ciiuene of Lulled Stales, of good charac
ter hiiU temperate habits, who can speak,
read and write English. For information
apply to recruiting othcer, 16th and Dodge
sis., Omaha, or Lincoin, Neb. B Mlu
YOtNO MAN-Under 36, with fair baste
education to prepare for Gov't Position.
Salary to atart, Deserving iTomo-
tion. Permanent Box 670, Cedar Rapids,
Iowa. B Mo79 Lx
WANTED, a young man to take charge of
city ledger In large retail store. Must be
rapid and good penman; state former
pool i ions held and what salary expected.
Aprly 11 a. Uee. H Mai 20
WANTEiJ Two agents at once; good sal
ary, city" work. C. F. Adams Co., 1L9
Howard St. JJ 987
WANTED Good man with 82,000 cash as
equal partner to Invest In established
business which will net WO.Ouo yearly; rets,
exchanged. Atlaa A Map Pub., a2ot-K Wa
bash Ave,, Chicago, 111. B Mi 71 la
WANTED Snesmen to handle a Una of
S ites' neclwear on commission, In con
junction wi'h klr.drfi lines. Address
Viorch A liats, lo-il W. Fayette St.,
lialtlmora, ltd. B-M987 23
WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Rooms 14-16 Crounse Klk. B M432
W ANTED FEUalF. HELP.
WANTED A' second gtr:; t.M'j at onca.
mi a. 30th ave. C e-J.
WANTED Servant ajtsl, family of threo,
Mrs. Ulmcral, 9it iSorth iu Ave.
WANTED, a nurse for girl of years. 2241
Howard. . C 63
WANTED Girl for general bou.sework,
three In the family; good wages. Apply
7 Chicago su C Mtrfg
FOR RENT FIRM 8 H ED ROOMS.
Room at the Dellone
Large, ngnt and airy rooms, i2.bu and up
per month; VSc and up per day; steam
liaated, electric lighted, private and gen
eral buths, tlrst-ciuss service. 14th and
Capitol ave. E Mtos
ROYAL HOTEL, European. 16 th A Chicago.
DEWEY European hotel, ISth and Farnam.
NICELY furnished rooma. Inquire Omaha
titea:n Laundry, 16U Leavenworth. 'Phono
A-178X E Ml
O. M. E. hauls trunks. Telephone 611. .
ELEGANT front room; steam heat. 1909
Capitol Ave. E M491
NICE south room, modern. 306 S. 25th.
Tel. A-1479. E 898
8125 PER WEEK Doran House, 422 S. 18th.
VIENNA European Hotel, 1011-15 Farnam
st. Fine rooms; ladles' - caie; private
dining rooms. Open all night. E uo
BOUTH front alcove room; modern. 2580
Harney. E M714 23
NICE furnished rooms. 824 N. 16th.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished south room
all modern; private family. 2519 Jones st
AN elegantly furnished room In a fine loca
tion; lust vacated. 214 N. 13d st.
E M766 19
NICELY furnished back parlor, south room
on first floor; all modern; In good brick
flat. 2M Douglas. E M784 18
A NICE large front room, beautifully fur
nished, in new brick flat, right on corner,
south front; steam heat, gas, electric
light, bath and telephone. 124 Burt st.
.' K M768 18
WOULD renb large furnished room to ope
or two gentlemen; conveniently located.
2472 Harney st. . E M768 18x
TWO pleasant rooms, modern; nice dis
tance. 116 8. 20th St., Just kcrosa the
street from Omaha club. E M790 19x
TWO nicely furnished rooms, all modern,
in good brick flat; use of telephone. 403
N. 19th. E MS6S 1
2 NICELY furnished rooms In good brick
flat, all modern 209 8. 20th. E M&36 19
ELEGANTLY furnished room, all modern.
118 N. 26th st. Walking distance.
E M864 19
SINGLE front room, modern conveniences,
also unfurnished room. 2206 Farnam.
E M891 19x
LARGE, well fumlshea room for llsrht
housekeeping. 2u8 8. 20th. Tel. L -2167.
E M8j0 18X
NICELY furnished room for light house
keeping. 1513 Leavenworth. E M949 19x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Purnlahed rooms, steam heat, with or with
out board. Midland hotel, 16ta A Chicago.
UTOPIA, steam heat, 121 Davauport.
ROCKAWAY. 1316 Douglas. Meals, 16c.
LARGE well-ftirnlshed front room, all mod
ern, with board; also good table board by
day or week. The Dresher, 602 8. 16th st.
YOUNG lady has nice room snd wants
young lufly roommate; reasonable rates
and good board. 808 8. 20th. F M756 18
RESPECTABLE young v lady has large
room which she wotiltl like to share with
same kind of girl; good board. 710 S. lft h
st. F M7ue 18
NICELY furnished, large or small room
with good board, reaminahle: a so table
ooara, s w per ween, m n. ISth.
DE8IRABLE front steam-heated rooms,
with extra good board: best location in
city. The Kenwood, i610 Farnm
F M897 19
TWO south-front rooms, elernntlr fur.
nlshed. with board; good brick flat, facing
eolith; Fleam heat, gas, bath and tele-
pnone. ti t in. f mtsb x
. 1 ( j
NICE furnished room, with board, for
gentleman. 113 8. 2Jth., acroes street
from Omaha club. F M791 1
TWO nlcelv furnished rooms, with board.
In splendid location, at rea'joneb'e prVe.
Ill Chicago. F M792 19
TWO south-front rooms, sinrln or ens'ilte.
al'h bonrd: sll modern; 820. 24rxt Cans.
'Phone -2.PS. F M"S3 13
5 ROOVS. ntoely furelshed. wltlT firstcTaRS
..M hoard. 1919 Burt. Re'rn-e ex
chsnred. F M 1
FOR RENT I'KF.VRKIRIIED ROOMS.
I HAVr S unfurnished rooms, furnace
heat. bath. gas. hot and cold water;
house aV ping. Addreas A 'A Bee.
FOR RFNT. 8 unfurnished room. V 6W B.
21st ave. O MSril 19
WANTED, canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Stcsdy employment with assured good In
ioine. AKenta In the country witn horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily V to uio pet- month. Ad
dress Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau.
Bee building. Omaha. J i!3
WANTED, a good canvaiwer for a Catholic
newspaper. Apply to "The True Voloe,"
Ei lire Bldg. J-M578
Lund berg. Ill 8. 17th. Tel. L-lSa".
-or wan t to rent a
Roe nd on pnjre 18.
STOCK YARDS SADDLERY CO.,
J. G. Bletaing, plop., wnoieuie and retail
manulaciurer of and aeaier m harness
and saddles; whips a specialty; every
thing hand maae; u.ualU cuiuiiltred, the
cheapest harness shop on earth. &U N.
26th St., So. Omaha. Union siiop.
FOR SALE, several schoiai ships In a flrst
f'asa sianuaid school In Oioahrt, coinpiis
Ing complete luurse in uu-ii.eea, si.oit.
hand and typewilting. liiuuue at 11 t
office. y Sai
SECOND-HAND billiard and pool tallies:
Ml.lara tables repoircd; a iare stock of
Cheap bai fixture clear counters, etc.
The .Brunswick-Balks collender Co., i'7-9
B. 10th St. Q-100
INDIAN goods and relic, lilt Farnam.
8D-HAND aafa cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
CHEAPEST OAK SLAT CORN CRIB-
U1NU. Long fir Urrjbeia.' ol Douglas.
CLOSING out hard coal stoves at less than
J prloe f. om 6 up. Furniture cheap.
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
8020. , g-lo.
FOR BALE Empty Ink barrel. Apply at
Bee press room. vi 428
FOR BALE Four No. 1 Brunswick bowiing
Aourcss cox h, uavid city, web.
Q 46- J. 6
MANTLES, gas fixtures, Incandescent sup.
pusa, iuw prices craiixen, eun ry. loin su
Q 916 J28
100 KINDS of Mineral Water. Sherman A
tvviiinu urui -o., umau, vj miss
KIMBALL PIANO, slightly used; big bar-
or writs itoora t. Be a.ag.
FOR SALE Two fresh cows. 2S28 Webster
" , W M! Zlx
FOR SALE, one large cyjinder Corn shelter
nearly new; tooK it in on mortgage and
have no use for it; will sell at a bargain.
Address Box 67, Columbus, Neb.
FOR SALE A gas range, good as new,
win do soia cneap icr cash. Address A
26. Bea offlci.. Q 371
HARD coal stoves, 85 up; furniture cheap.
.iiicegu r urniiure V.O.. 1410 UOuge.
Green Trading Stam
with all cash purchases of COAL AND
FEED'. Honest weights guaranteed.
Telephone your orders. BTAMPS FREE.
JOSEPH HART, 1908 N. 24th. Tel. A1179.
DESK room, with telephone. 606 Bee.
VI JU.I4S 18X
FOR SALE cheap, almost new box front
seaisain jacaet. AUiaoaugn tne Furrier,
606 Karbach block. Q 781
FOR RENTSTORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT Building suitable for whole
sale purposes at vio Farnam, xuo, four
stories and first-class cemented basement
elevator, fire and burglar proof vault, of
fice counter and fixtures. For price and
particulars Inquire C. C. Rosewater, sec
retary Bea Building Co., room loo. Bee
Building. I M667
FOR RENT, storeroom and basement In
good looatlon, particularly adapted for a
plumber show room and work room or a
manufacturer with similar requirements;
tower furnished if required. R. C. Peters
A Co., rental agents, ground floor. Bee
building. I M7D4
8 8 TORIES and basement 22x100: 1006 Far
nam St. Inquire 314 First Nafl Bank bldg.
FOR RENT, three upper stories in four-
Story DUliaing l 1U r amain Di.i
stories If preferred. Address C. C. Rose
water. Sec'y.. Room 100. , Bee Wda
FOR RENT. 4-story and basement build
ing, 1616 UOOge a l., now utcuiii "
Omaha Carpet Co. Inquire on P""'
For Rent '
At a Bargain
The large double store In lies
Building, formerly occupied by
MncCarthy Tailoring Co. 46 feet '
filate glass front, the only one of
ts kind In Omaha.
Excellent location for men
furnishing store, shoe ' atore,
jeweler, milliner, etc. Kvery
tenant of the lmmet.se Bea Build
ing, City Hall, Court Houso and
New York Lite Building a pos
For further particulars, sea
304-306 So. 16th St.
Work" for Board x
POSITION by a graduate of phnrmacy.
Address Box 83. Blair. Neb. A .MM 21x
STENOGRAPHER with four yeaiT expert
cn-'e in official court reporting desires
MHlilon with some large lirm or corpora
tion. Can furnish th very best of nf
erence. Address 11 7, Bee.
FOH MALE HOUSES, WAGO.ti, ETC.
NEW snd 2d-hand vehicles for sale; re
pairs. H. Frost. 14th and Leavenworth.
TWO fine depot wagons, 2 rockaways, 1
coupe,- 2 traps. 1 wagonette, 2 drays.
Drummond Carriage Co., Kith and Hur
ney 1' lua
FOR SALE, several good horses, a few
sets of 2d-hand double and single har
ness. Melcber s Salts Btaoles, 6ul S. J9th.
FOR 8ALE. chesp, s.lghtly used: Two
carriages. 3 phaetons. 2 top btiggic. t
driving . wagons. Andersen-Mlllard Co.,
1614-18 Capitol ava. P-714
BUSINESS MEDIUM . 118 N. 17th at.
GTLMER. palmist- Ttt N. 23d; 'phone B
PROF. HARRY removed to 1816 IHidpe at!
.. 8 iiauj
Have a Room to Rent
room yott can win a cash prize by using
Bee Want Ad Columns.
FOR 9 ALE REAL ESTATE. I'KHSONALS.
INVESTMENT. "a, Wha and Halrdresslng
FOUR blocks from court house, tOx feet, IXePent Parl"ts, 2t Ramge Building,
lot with 6-room cottege, renting for 320 O Tel. 2079. Ladies only.
per month; owner needs money and offers L 3u9
this desirable rropertv for less than the AKSV ' .'. . t : : 'j Ti
lot alone la worth-82,300. See us at once. AN P1or Kirl In need of a friend can call
On 8. inth, 7-room house and corner lot .T T11" the matron of the S-iivatlun
rents for $1S per month. Price, only "S."1? tur Won,en.f82i.tI1i 1lh ,Bt
31.600. W. Fartiam Bmlth A Co. Omaha. Neb. U-M5- Maylx
i RE M775 18 stammering cured. J. Vaughn, Ramge Bid.
CHEAP J.'jTy , 141
WE ARE ofTpritiH'ltH) n'cres of as good soil MAGNFTIP treatment A batha. Mme.
n can be found In the county, about 60 ",rJ ' L. 1 1 Vrf Snillh, 118 N. lb, 3 Mr. It 2.
acres In cultivation, balance In timber U MW1 rx
and pasture, Elkhorn bottom land. Get ... ,. ; ' "
Sartlculars; price, $6,000. W. Farnam '1'IT' parlors, 616 S. ltith. 2d floor.
mlth A Co. RE-M776 18 . U-M961
DO YOU WANT TO " SHtop-MADE Ba llT
SELL A FARM? TFU t City Steam Dye-
. ' . . , I . ,. ln" "d Cleaning Works. 618 a 16ih st.
If vou want to sell a farm or ranch tell U M44I
tha farmers and stock raisers about It. .
The best way to reach them la through , J. E. WALLACE, TAXIDERMIST, 6oo S.
-J-Jjr Uth. U-151
-, , ,r- ,-t-, rt , ,,TIIm, HOMOEOPATHIC medicines, wholesale and
TWENTIETH CENTURY om.ha.ii1herman & McCane"
FARMER COLONCCCURES CATARRiL
This agricultural weekly goea to 48,000 ' U M388
homes of farmers and stock raisers, so If '
you have a good piece of land to sell at a , OMAHA PLEATING CO.
reasonable price you will find a buyer Pleatlngs that please.
among them. The cost ol an advertisement -or- ltitn and Dodge. Tol 622.
Is small 2 cents per word In small typa or U "M433 21
$2 60 per Inch If set In large type. 11Z T 7. I Z I 7.
the TUcwTicTu rtMTi idv ci du cu MEHT me at Meyer-Dillon s the "yellow
THb I WENTIETH CENTURY FARMER corner for quality "loth and r arnam.
OMAHA, NEB. ' u-1912-1--i
. RE 229 MANICURING and massage done at Hi
, North 17th st Mme. Za Dote.
PNPI IQH Rl PD - U-M568 16X
cnuuon ol BOOK uaien. til0Ilng 613 Knrblloh
PAXTON BLOCK, bloc-- ufeu
FOR WB RENT sewing machines at 75c per
week. 82 per month; we i-eonlr and fell
Porniinc i HtviVn ni, , parts for every machine ninnulactureu;
dargainS in Umana rrOpertV. second-hand michlnes irom 1 to $10. Neb.
RE 1M Cycle Co., 15th and Harney. U 413
' "VIAVI" way to health. 846 Bee building,
PUBLIC SALE - Qmaha-
rN . . ' ii PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladles before and
DOUglaS COUnty Farm I"!'1!? ,c,0'lpent. pr. and Mrs. Ueriscli,
8W6 California st. Terms reasonable.
RIVERSIDE FARM, about 80 miles north- ' U 143
weet ot Omaha and 6 miles eaat of Fre- . .. , ,.,,
niont, swv. section 6. township 16, range QKT your wediclnes at CONTE S new
9. at MercerDoSSlis county. Neb.. wTu .ru "tor WEST FARNAM , DiS-
bo sold at publio sale by the adminls- ixvtci.
tratrix of the estate of John D. Thomas, 81at and Farnam Bts.
deceased, on Thursday, January 21. 1904, ' U M8a Fl
in o-der to pay the debts and costs of . ,.
adniinistraUon of the estate. The sale DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
will take place at the east door of the and irregularities of women trom any
court iiouae In the city of Omaha and f"8! experienced and reliable. 1518
will be open from 11 to 12 o'clock In the Dodge st, Arlington block, Omaha,
forenoon Julia Thomas, administratrix, u 144
!11 N. Y. Ltfe Bldg. RE M416 20 ,. : '
Z . PRIVATE hospital during confinement;
FOR SALE Twelve-acre fruit farm at &tVleS .d,1piei- Mra' ardel. i,1,1?8'
'Uraldentown, Floildii j water front, young xei. Red-1D4. L-rIa
orange und banana grove, and good house. . . " " "
Address Lock Box wi, Giitner, Ieb. PRiVATli S,?meiJuJ,n conllnanient: babies
KK 196 adopted. The Good Samaritan Sanitarium,
r 738 lat ava., Council Bluffs, la. V 626
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the w.TI.D,a ,,.,., 'T ;
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A. WATER S PRINriNO CO.. 1212 Douglas
McAllaster, land comml loner. Union Pa. . U 148
cliic koadquartcrs, Omaha, Neb. rri,,, . , . . .
tE 410 IR1VATE hospital before and during con-
' flnement. Mrs.. L. Fisher, 2516 Is. 11th.
CHEAS Williamson Ca, J' ' 1 U14T-
RB-t4t8 MAGNET PILE KILLER. IT CURES. AT
. diugglHts. tL U 148
SEE R. H. Landeryou If you wish to buy wA--a . i , , :
or sell reel estate. . 443 Board of Trade. Vf n cer than akcordlon pleatlngT
- '' ' RE 660 . a.atd0,PC fSa
lyKu;mV him' CrM?" ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. clean. I
any, rarms. ranones. lei. 133. ti& cesspools and vaults, removes garbage I
FOR SALE. 84,000 acres land near Market. tfVh'V.P'E't!" at reduce1 prls'1(5l
Beltroml Co.. Mlna.; good farming land; ma- '' lln- t-'60
,' stifi Mo isx Ooaks, draperies, rugs, lace curtains: we
. oya carpets. U M7r7 J23
8" ROOm HOUSe SAVE MONEY-By buying from the manu-
Modern except furnace, large lot, 2624 N. facturers. Burkley Envelope Co., Omaha.
19th St., 83,000. U-690 F12x
Fine building lots, 25th and Grand Ave., .
8150 to S-M each; only a few left; easy RAMSER A K"RR, hatters, make old hats
Verms. . new. 207 N. 17th. Send hats by mail.
Two fine lots on S. 27th St., near Hickory; ' U M179-J1
a big snap; both for $(vX. EASY TERMS.
EASY TERMS. PAPA Hurry home. Mamma wants you to
Bee me If you want to buy a homo on easy get me a pair of Huteson's "Patent Klip
payments. Not" Rimless Eyeglasses. They're Just loo
r ii i j , Art d j i j swell. Can't shake off. 213 8.16th. CaliUo.
R. H. Landeryou, 442 Board of Trade u-754-f-m
Tel. 2161. R-M9M MOWeTto LOAli-CMATTELS.
EE8T ba'galns In farms ana ranches. It K f 1 r? J t I AA M
Write Wll Is Caldwell. Broken Bow. Neb.. MLJIN CI 1 U LUA I
for list and Illustrated pamphlet. 2.. . a-Vnil
AE-M73U23 EASY PAYMENT PLAN
Ar.DP AT PADAIM Tou can VY " 'ou wlah. In small
VjlxCAl DAlMJMrN weekly or monthly payments, and each
On Parker, near S8th. lot 80x132. T-room faymnt o made reduces the cost of tha
house, which haa gas and city water, ?"T, raL" r low y a
only 81 260 F at "e,il lower than some.
V i . ' , - Wa loan on furniture, pianos, horses,
Payne investment CO.. wagons, etc.. the property always remain-
. "vjiiiinii, lug la your poaeeion. We also loan ro
First Floor. N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Tel. 1781. SALARIED PEOPLE
RE--M926 18 upon their own agreement to repay. Our
" . facilities are the best for QUICK service
YOUR OPPORTUNITY - and our offlca mot" Is "to please o5?
To buy a good 7-room house, good repair, patrons."
with lot l(Xix85, at 2623 Emmett St., for 75 ... OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
per cent of Its value. Owner needs money 115 Board of Trade Bldg. . Tel. 2296.
and to effect an Immediate sale I will (Established lb92. 306 8. 16th St.
, take 21,5u0. X M925
O. C. OLSEN. 1704 Farnam St. ' . Z
, RE M894 20 i.T,oMONBY LOANED ON
. FURNITURE. PIANOS, LIVE STOCK.
"Mvtt nnn - t SALARIES. ETC.
ONLY S1.000. . "l1"" u,Hl 2" ,erm-
- . Business confldentlal.
A8rvr3?.trotnair,,11.Eo5oBe ,ot on apie Try H,oNuixwnEoDjTvcononer-
Payne Investment Co.. P.xto Block. i..h and Far.msu.
First Floor. N. Y. Life BldM. YOW CREDIT
for Ekh " 1S GOOD HERE FOR
WILL trade beautiful piano for horse. f'Vll I ll r I
Schmoller A Mueller, 1313 Farnam St. i 1 V 1 1 I I
. Z',&8 "POSITION i'EttMANE.Vr SALARIED
FOR EXCHANGE, fine piano for a new or WITHOUT MORTGAGE sLoniiHi'h
usfd typewriter. Schmoller A Mueller, knowledge of friends and emoi?ye?
1313 Farnum street. Telephone 1. WE ALSO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD ITUR
Z-M589 N ITU RE, PIANOS, e. Lowest ratea"
- DRESSMAKIMO. AMERICAN LOAN CO.
MRS. CABB. dressmaking. 1910 Dodge st Rooms o7-3os Paxton Biock third H.r
-Mi Wth 8Urn"m ""d Wth Bli' SitS
IN families MIm 8turdy, 809 N. 23d. 1 X-MX4
M-308 F2 MUNNEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
' fnd othe.s wlm aecu.U,; easy payiiianiu7
I la.gost business In i9 p. iiTciuil oTtlil
MtSICAL. Vofuian, room 440. chamber 0j ! cimfne.ee
' h lug. . jf , ,
THOS. J. KELLY, voioe. Davtdge block. , , .
' S MONEY loaned on pUln note to Salanei
, t?.I"; Lul'!', coniid. ntial; lowest rates
DAISY HIOOIN8. voice and piano, 8013 Paxtuu block. Ti, j. a. liatton Co
Iavenworth. Tel. A-274I. 8V2 Fl - X U
MONEY loaned on llanos, f urn.ture ji-w-
I'ATESTS, elry. horsea, cows, ttc. c. F. Iwed, 2i 8 13
: ! , X-1J4 '
II J COWGILL No fee ur.'esa successful ,,..,. ; - -.
318 8. Ifth St.. Omaha. Tel. 1798. 3il CHATTEL, alfry an.i Jewelry loan-. Foley
- Loan Co.t R8, Barker lil .ck. X-1'5
PATENTS GUARANTEED Sues A Co.. a.oa.i n. .. ."" . "
Omaha, Neb. 692 A 13 IU .4.-.ii.ai, btait.
' ' : "A.RM od cU 'bans, low laua. W. 1L
COSTUMES. Ahoniaa, sir.l Na. 1 iiana iilda. Tel.i6.ji
, i . V jvj
Theatrical and roasq. Lleben, 1018 Farnam. vriva-tc 7T , "
l,j PJilVATE money, fcherwocd. 937 N. Y. Life
-r 1 ' W j.s
COSTUMES for rent. Br.ck. 8818 8. 20th st tTfl.p . .
W744 J'4x 0 F. C. money, Bern la. Paxton bio k.
" t vu
DETECTIVES. PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 15.0 Douglas
CAPT. T. CORMACK. 817 KartacU block. ;
Tel. A-2-2. -li WAN. ED City loans and warranta. W.
. fcarruuu Smith A Co ltf Farnam Bt.
THE BEBOI'T DETECTIVE AGENCY. W 131
708 N. Y. LIFE. -KT.EPHONK 8540 161 " -
' 1 ; Flvb I'r cenl lna. Garvin Bros.. 1004
WANTED SALESMEN. rarnam. W-133
, "1 , . WANTED Real estate loans and warrants.
ANTEDA traveling salesman with ex- r. C. peUrs Co.. Bee Bldg" VV-1-
perlence to sell a specialty to the grocery . .
fnre4n.r.' ,7l:.c.tt"ibe,we1? .I1 5n1 MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
13 today, tl.llard hotel. F. H. Millard. W .li
Ml"l 18x , "
6 farm loans. R. C. Patterson, T.K Far-
W ANTED TO BORROW. nam. W 136
WANTED To borrow 31 200 to 31.800 boms WANTED, to place 31.000 or 81.600 on first
money on choice Improved rental property class city real estate at 6 per cent Wy
tn Omaha; security ample. A.1''rg A 'man, Shrlver Co., N. Y. Life bldg
K Bea. M774 24 W-M767 16
FOR RENT HO VSR S.
THE Omaha Van and Stornge Co. pa.-k
move and store H. II. g'nds. Storehouse,
Hl'O-24 N. 19th. OfPce, 1511 Farnam. Tel.
1669-863. D M449
FOR RENT -room house, 2663 Wool worth
ave.; porcelain bath, gns, hot and cold
water: newly painted and papered
throughout- f.lV J H. Sherwood, Nr
York Life Bldg. D M667
IS18 6 19th St.. 8-room house-820 00
n& 8. Ifth at., 6 room house, wr 11-110 00.
819 N 17th St., 6 rooms upstairs $12.10.
M'CAGt E INVEbi'MfcNT CO,
1506 Dodge Bt. D 120
2716 BRISTOL,' 7-room house; bath, gaa,
city watei, $-0.00. McCague Investment
Co.. 1606 Dodge -t D M478
HOflQPC In all parts of tha city. Tha
i O. F. Davis Co., 608 Bee Bldg,
Hi")! all parts of the elty. R.
I1UUOCO c, ptera A Co.. Bee Bldg.
PAYNE-BOSTWICK A CO., choice houses.
601-6U3 New York Life Bldg. 'Phono inld.
SEVERAL good houses, 810 to 818- Chris
lio cr. 2.d and Cuming. 'Phone 2048.
NEW 8-room. modern brick, close In, Just
completed. Flat, ZOb . Leavenworth, 6
JOHN N. FRENZER. ,
Opp. Old T. O. 4 D M945
NEW rrodern 6 rooms. 1317 8. 6th at., $18.
D 673 2ix -
WE MOVE plsnos. Maggard Van A Stor
age Co.. Tel. 1496. Oflice. 1713 Webster st
8-ROOM, modern, brick house 4 8. 25th
aye. William K. Potter, Kec., 8t4 Brown
block. D 421
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker "Bflt
HESS A SWOBODA. 1416 Farnam. -438
L, HENDERSON, florist. 1619 Farnam St
CUT-RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. IL Philbin. 1SU5 Farnan. TV...... -tj
RAILWAY TIBIE CARD.
VNIOJI STATION 10TH AND MARCY.
a 8:06 am
a 7:66 am
a 8:30 am
b 8:46 pm
a 9:16 am
a 8:46 pm
a 7:06 am
a 9:26 am
a 2:40 pm
a 9:20 am
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
unicago Express a 7:6 pm
Chicago, Minneapolis A
St. Paul Limited a 7:60 pm
MlnneimnllM Jt, at Paul
Express b 7:60 am
Chicago A Northwester.
Fast Chleaa-o a 8
Local Chicago ..' all
man ....a 8
iocm Hloux City
Daylight Bt. Paul. a 7
Daylight Chicago a 8
Limited Chicago a 8
Fast .Chicaero .a 6
Local Chicago a 4
r asi hi. I'aul a 8
St. Paul Express ,
Fast Mall ...
Local Sioux City b 4
Norfolk A lloneslf-el a 8
L.ificuiii r ivong fine. .us
Deadwood, Hot Springs
& Lincoln a 2
Caspnr A Wyoming Ex.d 2
Hastings, Superior and
Albion b 2
:60 pm b 6:10 pm
Overland Limited a 9:40
The Fast Mall a 8:60
California Express a 4:20
a 8:06 pm
a 8:20 pm
me -iuu:i(fo forwana
Special '. a 8:20 pm
Tlio Chicago --Portland ,
The Atlantic Exnres
The Colorado Special. .all :36 pm
Lincoln, Beatrice and
a 6:30 pm
a 6:30 pm
a 7:30 ani
a 8:40 am
b 1:35 am
Stromshurg Kxprces-.b 4:00
Columbus Local .- b 6:00
Chlrago Crest Weatersu
St. Paul A Minneapolis
Bt. Paul A Minneapolis
Express .. a 7:35 am
Chicago Limited a 4:60 pm
St. Paul, 'Minneapolis A
Chicago Express a 8:30 pm
Chicago Express a 4:30 am
Chlcaao, Milwaukee A St. Pat
Chicago Daylight a 7:66 am
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:46 pm
t. 7:15 am
a 8:24 pm
a 4:06 pm
all :18 pm
a 3:10 pm
. a 8:10 am
a 8:10 pm
Overland Limited a 8:20 pin
Des Moines Express
St. Louis "Cannon
Ball" Express a 6:66 pm a 8:20 ant
St. Louis Local, Coun
cil Bluffs a 9:16 am al0:30 pm
Missouri PaclBe. 1
St Louis Express alOrfo am a 6:25 pm
K. C. A St. L. Express.. al0:60 pm a 6:16 am
Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific.
Chicago Daylight L't'd.a 8:66 am a 3;V) am
Chicago Daylight Loc'l.a 7:00 um a 9:35 pm
Chicago Express bll :15 am a 6:36 put
Des Moines Express. ...a 4:30 pm bll;6i am
Chicago Fast Express, .a 6:30 pm a 1:26 poi
Rocky Mountain L't'd .a 7:30 am a 7:26 pr.i
Lincoln, Colo. Springs.
lenver. Pueblo and
West l a 1:30 pm a 6:00 pm
Texas, California and
Oklahoma Flyer a 4:10 pm r-12:40 pnt
BURLINGTON STATION lOlh A MASON.
Chicago, Barllngtoa A Qolney.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 8:65 pm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. a 4:00 pm a 7:i6 am
Chicago Local a 9:18 am all:u0pm
Chicago Limited a 8:05 pm a 7:46 pm
Faat Mall 2:46 pm
Burlington A Mlaaoarl River.
Wymore. Beatrice and
Lincoln a 8:60 am
Nebraska Express .a 8:60 am
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm
a 7:46 pm
a 6:46 am
J31HCK Xlllil .
Sound Express all:10 pm a 3:80 pm
Lincoln Fast Mull b 2:67 pm
Fort Crook and Platta
mouth b 8:10 pm
Belluvue & l'acitlc Jet.. a 7:60 pm
Bellevue A Pacific Jet. .a 3:30 am
a 8:30 pm
a 9:08 am
a 8:27 am
Kaasas City, t. v Joseph A Coaacll
Kansas City Day Ex...a 9:15 am a 6:06 pm
St. Louis Flyer ..a b:2b pm ull:06 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:t pm a 6:30 am
WEBSTER DEPOT 10th A WEBSTER.
Nebraska Local, via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm alO:3S am
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger. ,.b 6 30 am b 8:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger... a 2:00 pm all:2o am
Oakland Local b 6:46 pm b 9:10 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday. Dally except Monday.
'New Tw:a-H.rew Ftxm.ra ot 11. 4oo Tana
KtW YOHK KOTTKKDAU. 11 BUL'LOUNBj.
tailing Tua.day. at 10 a. m.
Rnttrrd.tn F.U. I I AmManUm Mar. 1
Slot.rdrH tb. it Koll.rdaia . Mar. I
BUU.adaoi rrU. J Noordani Mar. a
Staraa eoly. l yrtlght aolr.
llnl.tANIi-AMKKK'A LINK. Iwarbora St., Chi-
(tei, III.: H.r;jr Muorva. 14"t Farnaa St.; C.
RuthrliH. X?.ti Faroam it.; 1. B. Kcjuelda, ituf
NEW DEPOT QUARTERMASTER
Major Moses G. Zallaekl Arrives frasn
Philadelphia to Take I'u Ills
Work Here. v
Major Moses G. Zallnskl, quartermaster
department United States army, arrived In
tha city yesterday noon from Philadelphia
to take up his raw duties as depot quarter
master at the Omaha quartermaster depot.
Major Zallnskl has but recently returned
from the Philippines. He Is accompanied
by Mra Zallnskl, and for the present they
will make their home at tha Her Grand.
Tha first semester will close Wednesday.
January 27. Examinations are now on.
Tha sixteen seniors are to don cap nii.'.
anwn at the beginning of the second se:u
ester. The time for handing In of papers for
the prlxe essay contest has been extetido.l
ti February 23.
Base ball practice has begun. The flnt
open weather has brought out the mrn ami
much good preliminary work Is heina- d.m.-
Aianager Klce Is hard ot work arranalrK
Several sneaJtnrs have he on InvltoH fnr tlw.
exercises of the day of prayer for colleges,
January 28. There will be no recitation on
that day. Dr. Kerr Is preparing an Inter
The college library hns received another
shipment of bound magazines. The binding
was done by an Omaha lirm and compares
yrably with that previously done In it
t nlcag-o bindery.
The Board of Athletic Control hns Hp
proved the scheduling of foot ball gurnet
next fall with Grand Island. Hnstlmrx,
totner snd Donne The contrnct for the
Jn. rs"y of Nebraska game November
19 Is ready for signature.
The base bull enthusiasts" of the college
are pleased to note the arrlvHl on the dia
mond of a new man. Guy Ktouffpr Ik hi
name and hi Joins the team In preparation
for the spring names, after having won
quite a reputation r a tar player In his
local team. He hixlls from Merna, Neb.
Special plana Hie being made for the
welcome and entirtninment of the or.ttorH
from the Nebraska coIIckos who are to
compete at Bellevne on January 29 for the
honor of representing Nebraska In the In
terstate contest. Kellevue H expecting
great things of her orator. Miss Adda M.
Guttery of the senior class.
Tha development of the studv snd drill
In oratory under the direction of Mr. J A.
Plpal Is very satisfactory to Dr. Kerr and
to the students. Each student Is given n
private lesson In declamation or oratory
once a month and all the students meet
for class work onoe each week. All this
without any additional expense to the stu
dents. The Adelphlan and Fhilomnthe-an Liter
ary societies, the college debating club and
some of the other college societies will hoi 1
their firt meeting since the close of va
cation Monday, January 1. All the soci
eties are reported flourishing and the
French club' In particular Is said to have
a larger attendance and better results now
than It had during the forepart of the
The heads of the departments of Instruc
tion report that better student work thnn
ever before Is being done this year. All
of the courses In all the departments have
good enrollments. Among the popular ad
vanced electlves are courses In Mblography,
offered by Miss Nlcholl; draughting, by
Mr. Wells; history of art and mythology,
by Mrs. Dr. Kerr; analytical organic chem
istry, by Dr. Tyler; Journalism, by Mr.
' Florence. t
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tletx of Omahit
spent Saturday and Stindnr with Mrs.
Tlets' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson.
Henry Taylor has been very sick the pisl
week. He Is quite aged and since the
recent death of his wife has been fur from
The electrlo light company has had a
force of men here this week putting In
additional wires and lights lit Florence
Mr. and Mra. C. Q. Carlson spent several
days of the paat week with friends nt
Wakelleld, Neb., returning home Monday
on the noon train.
The Talbot Ice company commenced Sut
urday morning harvesting the second crop
of Ice from the reservoirs. It is about ten
Inches thick and of first-class quality.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Powell gave a part
to their many friends Wednesday evenlim.
Games and oanciug were the order ot the
evening. Refreshments were served.
The officers of Rose Rebekah lodge were
Installed Tuesday niglil. Miss SuuierHnd
of Omaha acted as installing ofllcvr. Die
regular Installing officer, Mrs. Cyn.'ia
Brewer, was prevented by sickness ticm
Captain Reynolds has not been so well
the past week. Mrs. Reynolds haa elso
been confined to her rponi. They expect
to start the first of the week for an ex
tended trip to California flur the beneilt of
their health. 1
Rev. Phillip S. Smith, In charge of bt.
Marks' churoh here, will go to Fremont ,
Neb., Bunduy and hold services ut thai '
&lace, but will return la time for the eveu
ig service at St. Marks'. There will be no
uiurning service. :
Mr. James E. Vandercook, an old resident
of this place and with his wife identified
with the early settling of Florence, died
at his home at Big bprings. three miles
north of Florence, Wednesday morning.
Mr. Vandercook wus about 7u years olu.
Mrs. Vandercook la also seriously Hi.
J. W. Fouka of Fremont, O., is spending
a few weeks here, having been called here
by the sudden death of his brother Charles,
a resident for many years of this place,
who died Saturday night shortly after ar
riving home from a party at a neighbor s.
He had been subject to heart trouble for
Jonathan lodge, Independent Order of Odd
Fellows, Installed otltceiM Friday night, W. .
R. Wall, district deputy fciaiul muster, and
staff perlormlng tne duties, as follows:
Uua Johnson, noble guiud; D. J. -tililplcy,
vice grand; Karl Foeilmer, secretary, and
James C. Kindred, treasurer. There were
about sixty visiting hrothuis present from
the different Omaha lodges. HefreshmentN
were served, being looked alter by MrH.
Gus Johnson and Mrs. E. D. Bergstiess.-r.
Mrs, Nelson Pratt was the guest of her
parents on Wednesday.
Little Anna Byes has been out of school
the past week with the mumps.
Mrs. Charles Syas has been under the
doctor's care the whole of this week.
Mrs. R. M. Henderson Mas been on th; .
sick list this week with a severe cold.
Mr. Bonewlts has been 111 at his home
in West Side, lie is slowly recovering.
Mr. and Mrs. I luttely and biby were
fuests at dinner on Weoiusday at Hi.'
ome of John Gnntx.
Mr. M. Faverty and family uro enj ylnn
a visit from their el leal son, who is a
railroad man from the western - uri of
Mrs. John Ivers was a guest at dinner
on Friday at Charles Syas and Mr. jomi
Fri tcher and son Arthur from Herder. n,
la., on Monday. . .
Mrs. R. Getty accompanied her friend,
Mrs. J. E. Aughe, to the Installation ot
Custer post anu Woman ,e,iel cm pa on
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wertxler have re
turned to their home in South Omaha
since the recovery of their little son fium
a severe case of pneumonia.
Will Griffith, who haa been visiting hen
for the past month from Sprlngvlew, Neb.,
has had u. severe case of tlin grip ut tht
home of his uncle, John Guntz.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ebert and elsrlr, Mis
Lydla Munshaw of East Atnliler, weni en
tertained by their frit mis, Mr. and Mis. J.
E. Aughe, on Thursday evening.
Mr. Tind Mrs. K. C. Dawson of Fo! om,
la., uccomranied by their cousin, Mi.i.
Clyde Johnson of Council liliirTs. iv.re
guests of Mrs. Dawson's father this week
Rev. J., II. Brooks and wife of lu co
port street were guests at dinner at J, E.
Augho's on Tuesday and were entertained
In the afternoon by Hv. It M. iiander.oii
and wife. 1
John Faverty, -wife and daughter Jessie
were gueets at au oyster suoper ut thj
home of M. Faverty on Monday evening,
and they In turn gave a lily supper to tlia
family of the latter on Thuid.ty evtnlix
In honor of the young Mr. Faverty, who
Is their guest
Mrs. Nonh Perry entertained Oinah.i
friends at dinner on Thursday.
Mr. Will Bweexy Is very 111 at the home of
his parents on Davenport street.
Mr. D. L. Johnson went last week to
Denver and other western point on busi
ness. Mrs. Tllsnn is Improving, but will be un
able to leave the home of her son In Omati.t
for soma time to come. ,
The Indies' Aid society of the ImijuI. )
Presbyterian church met on Friday aj' iho
hime of Mrs.. Joseph J. l.amj.e.
The Round Dozen Social club wlil meet
on Wednesday with Mrs. E. A. Bwison and
Mrs It. C. Peters at the home of Mia.
The Omaha Woman's club extended a
special invitation to tho Dundee Woman's
club to- attend the meeting of the musical
department last Friday evening.
The Dundee Woman's club met on
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. J. U.
Montgomery. There was a very gooel at
tendance and It was an unusually lulereat
Mr. Wll lard Lamps, s..n of P.ov. Joseph J.
Lampe, won a $."u prize in the Hamilton
rlub on: t ton contest In Chicago last week.
Mr. 1-aini.e is a senior In Knox college, ami
is Olio of Its brightest students. "V
On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. J N.
II. Patrick entertained at dinner at thoir
home at Happy Hollow. The dinner w .a"
followed by an Orpheiim party und nn lr.
fornisl dnce at ltlHstde, the home of Mr.
S4ld Mra Wmou V.taa
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