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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1910)
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DTXTrnEn ::, 1910.
SHULTZ GIVEN THKEE YEARS! g
n a a m m m m m n m n
I I I r , I I W 4 i I VIII V Wi
rm: omatta srxruv m:r.-.
Man Responsible for Killing of Wil- j
liam Krug it Sentenced.
JJO NEW TRIAL OR PAROLE GIVEN
.faita Ft11 Takes Orrsaslaa ta cera
Hrrlilraa DriM Wa kaw C-oa-alaralaa
T'ire years In tha penitentiary l Shulli
must srv for kllllna; tha lata William
Kriin In an automobile a-Hdnt. multlnf
from Phulta' rrkls driving.
Judge P. Eetello overruled Rhult'
motion for a new trial, denied hie appli
cation for parole, and ave him a three
year nentenre In district court Saturday
X. W. Hlahaugli. Shultt' attorney, gave
notlrn of appeal to the atipreme court and
a given the customary forty daya In
whlrh to perfect the appeal. .
Phultx wept copiously when he stood be
fore Judge Ketelle for aentence. Immedi
ately after the overruling of the motion
for a new trial. Mr. Slabaugh asked for
a parole. plending that Shulti. while guilty
of rerklefunens arrordlng to the findings
of court and Jury, at leaet did not Intend
to kill Mr: Krug. He added that the of
fenxe wan Phulu' first one. County At
torney KnglMi eld that If the court In
tended to consider application for parole
he would like to be heard In opposition.
If those convicted of such crimes are to
be paroled we might as well dismiss all
similar cases that we have' Intended to
try." said the county attorney.
In ruling agiilnst the application for pa
role. Jurlg.? Kstclle said that while the I
Jury that convicted flhulu of manslaughter (
leoommended leniency of the court, he does I
not believe It Intended that Phultg should
be patulrd. "I think the wickedest thing
up ( on the streets," said the Judge, "Is
the carelessness of aome automobile drlv
i rs and the absolute ' lack of considera
tion for anyone but themselves that a
Kood ti.any automobile drlvera show."
ilnfnre passing sentence the Judge said he
did not feel llkn Imposing the maximum
penalty, ten yeara In the penitentiary, nor
the minimum, one year, for which Mr.
Hlalaugh had asked.' "It la hard to de
cide Just how severe the aentence should
be," said the court, "but' I think three
years will be about right."
Closed All Bay
We extend to the Wo
men and Men of Omaha h
and vicinity, the Compli- x
y ments of the Season. H.
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS
Barley of Nebraska
Grain Raised Here Not Up to Standard
Required by the Malting
That Nebraska barley should be turned
dnxn by the malt companies and large
shipments brought Into the itate from
other states. Is evidence that the Ne
braska farmers are not paying enough at
tention to the quality of, their Seed and to
handling this profitable crop.
Of the 450.000 bushels of barley ahlpped to
Omaha during the first eleven months of
1910 some 141000 bushels .were shipped on
to other marketa because the careful buy
ers for malting companies could not pay
the price owing to the quality of the grain.
The 144,000 bushels were sold for other pur
poses, but barley for malting' brings the
highest prices. Thero are In Nebraska
alone Interests which will buy the entire
crop of barley produced In the state If tha
quality Is raised. They are now consuming
twice the amount they can buy in Nebraaka
and ahlpptng In large quantities of tha grain.
One of tha demonstrations at the coming
Western Land-Products exhibit to he held
here January 18 to 28 will be for the pur
pose of slTowtng the Improvement of barley
by breeding, a demonstration of how to
produce more and better barley given by
experts who have brought barley growing
to a aclence.so simple that a child can
SECOND AND THIRD CLASS
CITIES JOIN IN CAMPAIGN
Ask for the Help of Omaha In Plana
to Go Before tha I.eals
latare. Other cities In Nebraska are waking to
tli necessity for making a campaign to
get what Is wanted from -the next legis
lature and the president of the League of
Nebraska Municipalities, Robert P. Starr
of Loup City la considering the possibility
of holding a Kpeclal meeting of the league
In Lincoln within the next few weeks. If
the. meeting is held delegates from all
the larger Nebraska towns wilt get to-getlie.-
and auk th legislators to change
the laws which govern cities of the sec
i nd unci third class.
Councllmun , Be.rUa was informed of the
li.eetltig by a letter from President Starr.
"Omaha can gain a great deal from active
lo-opeiutiui) 'with the' other Nebraska
cities," said Mr. Utrka, "and tha Douglas
county delegation will get what It wants
for Omaha, only by making concessions
to the representatives of the outlying dis
tricts." Delegates will be sent from Omaha when
the conference is called.
One death in every ten in your locnlity is
caused by Tuberculosis.
You can help stamp out this disease.
Use Red Cross Christmas Seals
on your Holiday Letters and
Cost One Cent Each.
Anyone may sell them.
, Everyone should buy them. j
Distributing headquarters for Nebraska:
807 Brandeis. Phone Tyler 1687.
ADDRESS TUBERCULOSIS SECRETARY.
mow audi Ice
At this season of the year, when the
ground and street car platforms arc
apt to be csvered with snqw or ice,
especial car' should taken by
passengers in getting on and off cars.
WAIT UNTIL THE CAR STOPS!
GET OFF IN THE R (idf WAY!
PASSING SUFFERER TO SOUTH
Authorities af RavaraJ Cities Given
tkisrt to Help Tahercalar
. Ylctlat Hasa.
Passed on from tha Grand Island authori
ties her and from tha dty authorities to
the Associated Charities and back again,
flint Frailer, a younf negro suffering from
consumption finally was transported out
of tint city tfatuiday - morning. The In
a',ld had been riven treatment for some
time at Grand Island when tha officials
there gave lilin transportation to Omaha
and sent him upen his meagre rcsourcas.
her. he became a charge of Omaha sev
tral daya ao ihe city physician and the
.Vik.. Uied Charities were Involved Imme
Jlfflv In a tangled question aa to who
kIi mjIU assist tha patient. The city could
not afford It. aro the charities organisa
tion decided It was not responsible.
Th poltc5 defui'ment unravelled the af
lait by ivntrtbiulhK the price of tranapor
.. uo.i tor tnsler to Kansas City and up
jl.iru film nsih h tetter to the auiho-Uus
Id Missouri to help forward him an to
Khi'fvi'porl. La., where hla relaiivea live.
Assist Ds In Prerenting Accidents
n Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway Company
UJWe Wish You All
A MERRY XIAS
And further, we want to thank you for the largest Clirist
! mas business ever handled in our great store.
We Will Be Closed All Day Monday
To show our apprec'ation to our willing and competent
staff of clerks and all other employees, for their faithful
ifcerviceH during the Christmas shopping weeks.
Vatch For.thc Big Sales
that will he announced in Monday's papers.
Our Annual Pre-Inven-tory
and After Christmas
Clearing Sales Start
A Tremendous Ladies' Suit, Coat and Fur Sale
A History Making Silk Sale.
Big Sale of Slightly Soiled Handkerchiefs and Neckwear.
Big Clean-Up Book Sale.
Toys Reduced to Cost Sale.
Jewelry Pre-Inventory Sale.
Marked Down Slipper Sale.
SEE MONDAY'S BENNETT AD.
A Merry, Merry Christmas and
Happy &Prosperous NewYear
Thanking you tor your generous and valued
patronage, which has made possible for us
the biggest holiday selling season in the
history of our store.
We Announce for Monday, Dec. 26th
the Opening Sale Day of Our
Great Pre-lnventory Clearance
THE . re.K
it llfcaWlf fall Ml lit r'-r-'-f all iat
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WEDDING INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS
All correct forms in current social usage engraved In the best
manner and punctually delivered when premised.
EMBOSSED MONOGRAM STATIONERY
and other work executed at prices lower than usually prevail
A. I. ROOT, Incorporated
1210-1212 HOWARD ST.
SOTS ysOkTZBi Dong. 1604
Did you never pass a grocer's or a fruit
BtaDd and exclaim, as your eyes rested upon
some particularly tempting eatable: "My!
that looks good!" Sight Is the best guide to
palatableness and the Cafeteria service Is
founded on that humbrum, every-day occur
rence. We spread before. you victuals that look
good and taste better. You pick rather than
. guess what your appetite craves.
Ilreakfast, 6 to 10. Lunch, 11 to 8.
Supper, 5 to 8.
C1TV NATIONAL HANK nt'ILDING.
Entrance on Sixteenth Street.
BAILEY (EL MACH
Baat eajulpparl e'entaJ afne. la lata aaJddle was, mrnsst
are4e dentistry at reasonable prtoaa. poroalaln fUllnca, umt
Use the taotaw Ail luatrawaaMa) aaj-efuJUjr atarlllawd atlac -nral
IHIKO FLOOR, i PAXXON BLOCaT
Osraer 10tk aad FaurmJua Ktraata.
ffTM isstrlsssi '
kslrnraaiasr part af 1
lla.trr Ummmm. Urn Wttl tl.eai
Madame Josephine Le Fevre.
laea Cheatamt w rkllaak. rs.
sole by Mrr-Dl!loa tnag Co., Battoa Drai Oe,
lb Ball Dnif C , BslDas Dm Oa Omakat
Ctark Drua Oa., OsaasU Wutla. laws.
AU TOU OOIVO TO BTJT Z.A.BTSf
No farmer should think of buylna; a home
before seeing a copy of our journal. It
has lands, city property and stocks of
goods advertised In It from every slat In
the union, so that you can find just what
you wish In Its columns. It reaches 60,
000 rsaders each laaue. Advertising rates
2c per word. Send 10c for 3 months' trial
subscription. It will be atopped at the
end of 2 months unless you renew, rsrm
and Seal Xstate Journal. Traer, Iowa.
The Bee Prints the News
Magnificent 8. S. Arabic
leaves Keb. 4; rate $400 up.
Including shore excurslona;
71 enchanting daya. Stop
over privileges. Bannd
World Tour Jan. 25; Trans
Siberian. Mar. 14; Rlverla
In Jan. and Fb., and 30 Kuropean Tours.
Specify program desired. W. E. Bock, 1524
l'arnam St., Omaha, Neb.; Frank C. Clark,
Times Building, New York.
I . . 55.. S
Will Serrs Two Special
...CHRISTMAS DINNERi. .
At It to 8 130 T. at.
And to F. M.
At fl.BO Tr nats.
Tables May Be Keaerred.
t H. Wilson of Marr-arthr Wllaon
has Mne wiin Ins family tt St. Louis to
,nd the holidays
Italpli Kitchen, properletor of tha Pa
ttui hotel, and Mra. Kitchen have gone to
Kansas City to spend the holidays with
their dnhter. Mra. V. L. Markel. .
Carl C Wright, general aollcltor of the
M(hrtein llnrs. and Benjamin T.
lilti. grneiHl attorney for the llnea west
( the Missouri river, arrh-ad In Omaha
l-tiurlA. Mr. Wright, who was promoted
from tun Omaha office a short time ago.
. ,n.ie from Chhaao to spend Christmas
and to attend the hearing of the Interstate
Commerce commission Tuesday. The hear
ing haa to do with the (juration of the
vain ratrs ffoiw the Mlsaourt rler rant.
Mr. White returned from a at.atlon trip
lu the south.
Women are the best buyers.
Tbe paper that is read by the .
women pays advertisers best
NEW CARS ARE NEARLY READY
Pwer riant Alao Improved. All Tesd.
oom Make llrtter
Service for (are.
) rritent AJkeriistng la the KoaJ to I
tig Keluni I
Tor f.ve weeks the eoile of Onions have
bn awaiting the arr val of heaters to
place In the new cars t)n su-e.-t railway
company haa ready tu j.m n service. The
rara. twenty-five In numl.tr, are of fie
pay-as-you-enter oidcr and hae be n
ready a'nee Novmler rxcrpt flir the h-nt-ln-
plttnta. These have Uvu deucd fui
iarlous reuons. but are expected to he
here next week.
The new cars are to he pN-ed on the
Ilan&coin Furk line and Hanscom I'ark
ars placed on the Sherman avenue line.
, making pay-as-you-enter service there. The
i new b Ic rs at the pow er hous are all ii
i ta!!eil anil with the aihlllional cars the
I conianv atiiioiinces 1 hat It will ! ablr t"
hai die tue wmlir tr: fi'lc much better.
W illiam Jeerell. "i Knutli Tl.l! t ei'
opd awivie 'rame curu :e. f.'iov .F i
' ' . r. Hit I'.iiktic; , f..uiiic Uwll ii i.
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School at Omaha
for Railroad Men
Every one of the 21,312 employes of the
Union Pacific Railroad is and ought to be a
candidate for promotion.
The Union Pacific has established a
correspondence school at Omaha, through
which any employe can obtain free instruction
in any branch of practical railroad work
mechanical, electrical, accounting or traffic.
Such a school means bigger, broader and
better railroad men. It means a better rail
road. It means that the public's interest is
The track-laborer employed by the Union
Pacific can become one of its officials provided
be will prepare himself for promotion.
These progressive policies have made the
Standard Road of the West
an enormous factor in the prosperity of the
regions which it serves.
Interesting books, descriptive of Union Pa
cific country, are free on request. Apply at
your local ticket office or write to me.
GERRIT FORT. Passenger Traffic Manader
Union Pacific Railroad
one and all
for your gener
Store Closed all day Monday
FRY SHOE CO.,
Fiiteenth and Douas Streets
"Now's the day
Now'i the hour"
as, W HiMd
THE BEER YOU LIKE
HAVE A CASE SENT
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