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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1911)
TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BICE: NOVEMBER 2G, 1911.
M'KEEN CARSJO AUSTRALIA
Tint Shipment Will Start Over Mil
waukee Road Tuesday.
snumo ntoBLEM involved
IWore making the purchase of the
McKeen cars, the Australian railroad peo
pie visited motor car shops all over "the
world. They Inspected the machines and
tried them out, ultimately deciding that
those msnufactuied In Omaha by the
locnl company per superior In every re
Especially Coastracted Cars Hare
Derm Provided and it Wilt lie
Xeeeaearp fa Hemodel Skip
that Carrlea Them..
Hamer Writes a
Letter of Thanks
The McKeen Motor Car company will
sttlp oo Tuestlay two motor car to Mel
lotirne. Australia, where they will go
Into service on tho Victorian railroad.
This la the first shipment of ten car
that hava been purchased by tha Austra
lian railroad company. The other eight
win follow at Intervals between now and
the McKecn cars cost the Australian
road approximately 122,000 each, making
a;total of tC-.WO that will come back
to' Omaha In payment for Omaha manu
factured machinery, the output of one
l.i.ory during six months.
from Omaha to Tacoma the McKecn
motor cars go over the Milwaukee road
and how to handle them has beon some
thing of a problem, but It has been aolved
to the satlsrnctlo.i of all concerned. The
curs are seventy feet long ao long that
one cannot be loaded on a flat car. To
overcome the first obstacle, each motor
wl)l be loaded on two flat car securely
fastened together. The two that go from
Omaha next Tuesday are due to leave
Tacoma January 6. They will be placed
aboard the Hendrlck Isben of the Aus
trian mall line. But how to make room
for a car seventy feet In length on a
steamship haa beon another problem.
Kt-en on one of the largest of the
steamships there Is no space seventy by
twenty feet that la unoccupied, conse
qucntly to load two of the McKeen
motors on the Hendrlck Inben the upper
deck has to be entirely rearranged, gang
Ways cut out and railings removed.
Die; Problem la solved.
The loading of the motor cars ha been
worked out by Agent Bchofleld, tho Chi
cago agent of the steamship company,
who haa been In Omaha during the last
week, looking after the details.
When the contract for taking the Mo
Keen motor cars to the Paclflo coast
was given to the Milwaukee road, the
local agents here had some doubts about
whether or not the flat cars would pass
through the tunnels and over the covered
bridges on the Pugot Sound line of the
road. Consequently,-, measurements had
to be secured, and when this was done,
the deal was quickly closed, and specially
constructed cars ordered for the haul.
Supreme Judyo-eloct Hamer has ad
dressed a letter of thanks to the voters,
In which he savs:
My. first letter to you was before the
primary, my second letter was Just before
the election, and now this Is my last
letter to you, because It Is Just after the
election. I am elected. That Is the
climax of the struggle. I sm very thank
ful to everybody for the , generous sup
port received. I hope to deserve the ap
probation of all good people.
My nomination was alrgely due to tha
activity of republican friends In all parts
of the state, although they were ably
assisted by a few democrats who urged
their republican frlon.ls to voto for me.
Many of those democrats wore lawyers,
and I am proud of the fact that the lead
ing democratic lawyers of the state gave
me a most cordial support en election
day. As I had all my life voted the repub
lican ticket, the support mentioned could
only have come from the expression of
a sturdy belief In my unflinching integrity
as a Judge.
"An effort was made to take away
from mo the support of the Methodist
and Tresbyterlan ministers. It was partly
successful, but tho preachers stampeded
were of the younger class and they did
not personally know me. The old presid
ing elders of the Methodist church, who
knew mo, stood by me with unshaken
confidence. flo also did tho older preach
ers among the llaptinta and Presbyte
rians. I lost nothing from other denomi
nations because of the attack made by
the aritl-saloon people. A I had. never
been Intoxicated In my life, I could not
understand this attack unless It came as
part of the plan of certain democrats to
defeat the republican ticket, or as much
of it as possible.
"And now I am going tf make you alt a
good judge; even the cranka and fanatics
shall- have no Just cause of complaint. I
shall be unflinchingly fulr and Just every
whore along the line and, ably assisted
and directed as I shall be by the learned
and conscientious men already upon the
bench, I hope to make but few mistakes."
J Is. & U. Green Trading: Stamps Free Witbfr 1
J All Purchases at This Store. ' I J
Your Thanksgiving dinner should
come from the largest Pure Food
Store in' either Iowa or Nebraska
We have made our grocery store the largest In the Middle West simply .
throuxh tho part "I'ure Koixla" have played In every transaction.' The
iHiaranty of the pure iod law doesn't satisfy ua. We go even further and
tioif ratine I'or ourse-lves the exact nature of every Item we offer for your
table, ltest assured that when you buy from our Dig Pur at food Urocery
you get only PUllin lOODd.
A Monev-Savinir Combination for!
mm r .... . I T I .
monaay ana i uesaay
TY Bennett's Capitol mince meat f. 10
Hoitle olives stuffed with almonds ....... .18
'Can H. t Country Oentluiiian corn , I
'an B. C whole totnatoea (
li. it tie Geo. Ualtiiet s maraschino cherries , . .89
.( an Hatavla axparague tip 88
Can Franco-American plum pudding ....... .30
llottle tinlder's salad dresalng ....... , .... .. .14
( an HrfM'kport sliced pineapple ,10
;Can H. O. early June pas 10
, Dry slurry Wine
Crackers . Cheeee
100 S. fi. . Stamp Gtien fre $1.85
WUh ThU Offmr Monday and Tuday Only.
The Fruit Store's Special Offerings
New navel oranges, per dosen, flSo,
! 30o, 36a, 4Se and oOo
Cape Cod cranberries, uart ...lOe
'Fancy Uellevue or Michigan heart
celery, bunch 6a
il'xtra fancy Crown Imported figs,
i lb BOo
, llitra fancy Missouri Jonathan
,pple, peek B8e
Fancy home-grown Jonathan ap-
plea, peck 38o
Fancy apples for nilnco meat or
S large Florida grape fruit . ...So
New Kngllsh walnuts, lb 920
Kxtra fine mixed nut, lb. ....Boo
Kxtra fancy Magala grapes, lb. goo
THE PERFECT BEEft
Overshadows every g
thing on the table.
Family trade supplied by:
2502 N Street
Dell 868; Auto. F-1868
HUGO F. BILZ
1324 Douglas St
Phones: . f
Douglas 1542; Auto. A-1642
1013 Main Street
j Doth Phones 80.
The fuel poking days ' are over
COOKING LI LABOR and gas
ranges should be., a part - of every
thoughtful home. .,.. .
" Such consideration is due mother, Wife or maid who
endures the toil: that frequently kills the appetite.
Cream at Tsraataae
Ollme Celery rtckles
Boast Loll ot
Beef sa Jos
Baked Turkey, DresilBg
Mew BncUnd Pudding
A OAS RANGE 0 AIT BE INSTALLED IN TIME
TO COOK THE THANKSOIVINO DINNER NEXT
ma!ia Has Hosiipany
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Mr ,' I I N. " V t -VV.eb- ssaa
Do you want your dinners for special occasions a little better than usual? A little
daintier? A little more varied? A little better every way? It is because Courtney's
appeals and caters to those who wish to live well, and have thinjs a little better
than the ordinary, that this Store is known all over as Omaha's Best Grocery. .
Your dinner won't cost any more because it is better Courtney's prices are moderate
Cream vt Chicken
iirurta tf Celery ,
Roast Yuuog Turkty Stuffed
Cape t'ud Cranbrry 6auc
Kokt hucklliig l'lg With
(.'hmtiiut Lr ng
Caiifl.td bweot t'otatoes
Roa-nl Lotiiebtlo Q'une (tuSe4
and A ile Fauct
Kartjr June Pras
Aararu Tips on Toast
Uyait-r PtiUiea a La
Comblnatittn r.ld. French
CM Faahluned W'riee Pie
Kw KnslAiid rluro Paddlna
Afsurted Nuts Cuffei
A ppla Cider
Courtney's Turkish lTolt Cake
Bits of welcome news for women are: Our Figs, Raisins and Dates are de
lightfully good. The little things that make a dinner "different" are found
at Courtney's, such as
F.nif I Uh 1 lothovse Crapoa. Froah Strawberries and Plncapplos, Brussels Sprouts.
New Beets. Now Turnip. E 11 erne Celery, lleewl Lettuce. Freeh Mushroorae,
French Artichok.cs. imported tnJIre, Freah Mint, New F-ifg Plant, M.nce Meet.
Cranberries, l urkeys. Chickens, Sucklisg Piga, Squaba, top Corn. Plum Pud
ding, New Nuts, Ducks, Ctese.
In. fact all the customary delicacies and rare dainties
will be found only at Courtney'a. Mail orders will re
ceive prompt and careful attention.
f&ourtncy & Go.
1 7T1! AND DOUGLAS STREETS
rhocee DoufUs 64 7 Ind. A.1215
Prirste Licfaxage Conacct all Deeertoteiiti
Special Thanksgiving Dinner
Serred In Very . Prettily Decorated
1 to 3 oclock
Special ana Dallolous
Dinner Will Be
Bemd ' ';
Mens ' Raerr4
. Reservations and Hour Requested. . ,
Special Attention Given to Private Parties. . j
Let the Hamilton Cafe Serve Your Family or Party -Dinner
pass I aassg3aaB'
See Sport Page.
Oysters oa fUlf Shall
Tometo ' Soap
Celery ana Apple Salad
Triumph Beer v
"The delicious artesian brew' ,
No matter how good the dinner this appetizing f
No matter how good the dinner this appetizing
healthful . beverage will make It taste better.
Purity, Quality, Delicious Flavor
Are three marked characteristics of Btora I leer. y
More of it brewed and sold than an? other beer
brewed ia Omaha .or the middle west. Your
order will be promptly delivered If phoned to
CHAS. STORZ, 1827-29 Sherman Ave.
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