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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1911)
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SNOW COYERSDIIIRE WEST
Faraeri Hejoice at the Big Boost
Moiiture Girei the Crops.
JJO WIND WITH THE SNOW
! Molatarv is Considerable and Covers
) Ewr Pr( of Nebraska, with
, 1h ow Still r'allin to
the Roeky Moaatiliu:
1 With a blanket of mow ranging from
one to six Inches tn depth all over Ne
braska and Mill falling, farmers have
marked their prospective wealth up many
millions of dollars, as they feci that the
additional moisture win assure a bumper
crop next season.
Reports to the rallra-s centering In
Omaha and filed at 7 o'clock yesterday
morning. an brought Information that at
that time there was no place In Nebraska
that had been missed by the snow. Fore
caster Welsh of the weather bureau came
along with a confirmation of the Knott
if-ports ' and added that -the fall would
continue during the day and that there
are no Indications of a bllxzard.
Along the Northwestrn's, Nebraska and
Wyoming lines, snow is reported all
through this state, up Into Uaketa and
out In Wybmlng. It Is heavy and wet
and In a number of places Is four Inches
The Burlington has snow over both the
North and South Platte lines, all the way
through Into Wyoming and Colorado. At
McCook it la six inches deep.
On the Union Pacific It Is snowing the
entire distance between Omaha and Chey
enne, with a fall of about five inches
west of North Platte.
The Rock Island reports snow from
Omaha all the way through " Nebraska,
Kansas and Colorado. West of Marys
vllle, Kan., several stations report a fall
of twelve inches and still snowing.
Along the line of the Missouri Pacific
there 1b a heavy fall of snow as far
south as Kansas City. It started last
night and has continued all day.
Trainmen coming across Iowa this
morning stated that the snowfall reached
to about the; central portion of the state,
but that east of there, while there ,-was no
now, indications pointed to a heavy fall
during the day.
Special WsLrnlngr Issued.
WASHINGTON, Dec 20.-Hlgh winds In
the Mississippi valley, heavy snows in
Nebraska and Minnesota and heavy snow
or rain In Iowa, was the special warning
Issued by the weather bureau today to
the people of those states to prepare
themselves for storm conditions.
8T. JOSKPH, Mo., Dec. 20. Northwest
Missouri today is experiencing the worst
sleet Btorm for several years, tdve stock
Is suffering greatly and telephone wires
arc down at many points.
PBS MOINES, la,, Dec. SO.The heav
leut snow and sleet storm of the season
.struck Des Moines and central Iowa to
day and seriously interfered with street
car traffic and telegraph and telephone
HE BEUVES "PUBLIC HEALTH
SHOULD BE TAUGHT IN SCHOOL.
Munroe Finds West
' is Most Prosperous
J. A, Munroe, vice president In charge
of trafflo of, the Union Pacific and the
Oregon 8hort Line, has returned from a
month's Inspection of the. western roads
of the Harriman system, his trip having
taken him through Idaho, . Washington,
Oregon, Utah and California. Upon his
return he fonud ahifgeboUquet of Ameri
can Keauty roses, the girt of the forces
of the traffic department.
Everywhere Mr. Munroe found condi
tions most prosperous, with future pros
pects niott excellent. Through the coun
try which he Visited universally during
the last year crops have been good and
successfully marketed.' In Idaho thee
lias been an Immense crop of grain, hay
and potatoes, which have been widely
marketed and at good prices, due In a
measure, no doubt, to the short props In
some of the states to the east.
The development of Idaho, Mr. Munroe
says, haa been marvelous, and is still
going on, sage brush land being rapidly
transformed Into grain and orchards.
New- towns are being started and are
very progressive, as is evidenced "by the
miles of concrete walks, electric light
and water plants and school buildings,
which are of the best designs and thor
In southern California, and particularly
la l,os Angeles, Mr. Munroe found that
conditions have taken on new life, and
the people are exceedingly hopeful and
Tbe interests between California and
the middle west, according to Mr. Mun
roe, arc growing rapidly daily and will
Inure to the upbuilding of the entire
west half of the United States, every
body realising that this is going to be
helpful to all sections.
Tref z Favors Big "
Kdward P. Tref. speaking to the
Omaha 'Ad Men's club at the Ilenshaw
hotel, said the advertising man stood be
tween the people and business depression,
lie attacked fraudulent advertisers and
ilishoneht advertising meny saying "their
methods are dead wrong; wrong as bunco
steering or the gold-brick game, and
laws ought to be passed to prohibit mis
representations In advertisements."
.Mr. Trefx declared In favor of big
business, because when the dissolution
of the trusts has been effected "the
ultimate cost of operation will be In
creased and the consumer will pay for
it. It is my opinion that the people who
have been yelling for dissolution of the
tobacco trurt and the Standard Oil trust
will be clamoring for them again within
To Open Postoffic
on Christmas Day
liecause of the heavy .increase In busi
ness incident to the holiday season, Post-niA.-'ter
Thomas has decided to keep the
postotflce open on, Sunday and for a few
hours on Ohrit tir.aa moi-nlntf. One de
livery will be made on Christmas by tht
turners utid the delivet y ' windows will
be open from T:'JU a. m. until 10 30 a. m.
Hunday morning the postoffice delivery
windows will bo open from 10:30 to
I o'cloi k. These arrangements will
tipply to postal substations wheie de
liveries are made us well a to the post
tf stomaih, liver, kidneys and bowels Is
most surely prevented with Elertrlc Hit
ters, the safe rgulator. 0 cents. For
slo by B kton Drug Co.
DR. S. R. TOWNK.
Sixty-Five Years Old Yesterday.
Real Estate Men
The original board of directors of the
Auditorium, only a few of whom are
members of the present board, will meet
today at 12 o'clock at the Com
mercial club, to discuss the question of
what should be done with the Auditorium,
which has been offered to the city for
1225,000 by the present board.
The Real Estate exchange yesterday
recommended the purchase of the building
by the city for $225,000, declaring this price
reasonable. W. T. Uraham, reporting for
the exchange's special committee ap
pointed In the matter, quoved some figures
given him by the Auditorium board of
directors. lie reported the cost of the
property as 1275,000 and the debt $107,297.37,
Including bond mortgage to the sum' of
7,700; notes payable, $2,000; Interest due
January 1, $2.68H; taxes due, $2,605. He
said the preferred stock amounts to
$l(i2,750.60 and the common stock. S3.439.2o.
The cash surplus on hand is $1,915.87.
buy trouble, but a genuine quarter buys
Dr. King's' New Life Pills; for constipa
tion, malaria, headache and Jaundice. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
The key to success In . business Is the
Judicious and persistent use of newspaper
m at - i. -ika.
- a it a 19 rr. a-
Pine Tobacco that
that just gingers
you into enjoying
a pipe all over again
can't bite your tongue
Compare Prince Albert with any other pipe tobacco you ever smoked
or heard off
Compare Prince Albert's flavor, aroma and marvelous long-burning, close
fire qualities !
Smoke Prince Albert any old way. Smoke it red hot one pipeful after
another! It can't bite your tongue!
Prince Albert is the consequence of a pipe dream
on our part. Experts said the sting couldn't be
removed without affecting the natural flavor.
But after spending three years and a fortune
perfecting a variation in the method of curing,
we hit upon the happy system. And now hun
dreds of thousands of formerly tongue-sore men
are enjoying the full delight of the best tobacco
on earth. Don't put off your happiness. Don't
. forget the password. Say "Prince Albert" to
your dealer and say it TODAY.
Th tidy rmd tin twapt for 10 cnf sixry
whtro. AUa in 5 ctnt bag; handy for
cignrttt making, in half-pound and pound
tin humidor, and pound glass humidor.
R. J., REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
Ask Vour Dortor
All run down, easily tired, thin, pale, nervous ? And do not know
what to take? Then go direct to your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Ayers non-alcoholic; Sarsaparilla. No alcohol, no stimula
tion. A blood -purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong alterative, an
aid to digestion. Let vnnr Hnrrtr AtrA . o.ArCo..
OST-Hh Grade Furs
Comer ZOUi nd Farnam.
ATYPICAL OLD WORLD BREW MADE WITH GREAT CARE
BY THE GOOD OLD GERMAN METHOD A RARE AND
MELLOW BEER WITH AM EXQUISITE TANG AND A RICH
FULL FLAVORED BODY- -IT I'S A REAL MASTER BREW
M 1 . V
Mj!tji. - .r - 4t yw. ; , t linear n
fevjcfIT IS DELICIOUS
YOU WILL FIND IT AT ALL FIRST CLASS BARS AND CAFES ORDER
-A CASE FOR YOUR HOMJDO IT NOW- THEDEMAND WILL BE GREAT
CHA5. 5T0RZ SPsf Sr!''! 82 T 5 H ERMAN AVE.
"Common Sense" Whispers:
"Give him some
thing he can WEAR,
and buy it at below
MAKER'S COST at
the sale of the
SB" Bankrupt Stock"
Make a clever
choice from Omaha's
highest class furnishing
goods stock-'choose from
Pieces of Xmas
If you don't care for Furnishing Goods, buy
him a mosf swagger "Culp-Langworthy
Suit or Overcoat
at HALF PRICE
Any Stetson Hat M ZSZ
$2.30 or $3 kinds, at . . .PlilPft?
Linen Collars 5c English Collars 9c
More Xmas Chances
below! Note 'Em Now!
Buys the $7.50
MEN'S I'NIOX Sl'ITS
The colebrated "Springr Needle" Union Suits
that alway bring $1.60 are going
at, per suit, only.
MEN'S UNION Sl'ITS
15.00 Union Suits at $2.79, $4.00 Muldoons
at $2.48, $2.00 Velvet Ribs at $1.48
and $2.60 wool unions at
$16.00 ktndu must go at $7.50, $12.50 kinds
at $6.25, $10.00 kinds at $5.00 and? A 7fi
$7.60 kinds at only $47
men's sunns ao
Any Culp-Langworthy $3.00 shirt at
$1.50 and $2.00 shirts at 96c, and
$1.00 shirts at only
$1.00 boxes of 6 handkerchiefs go at box, 69c;
60c and 76c silk handkerchiefs go at
MEN'S M I'KELEKS
$1.50 knit kinds, 69c; $6.00 and $7.00 silks
at $3.15; $3.50. silk Oxfords at $1.69; iA
and 75c and $1.00 kinds at only ...... 1VC
$2.00 and $2.50 kinds at 98c; $1.25 silks at
55c; 60c hose at 25c; 35c "Shawknits" 41'
at $17 c; 25c hoso at per pair 12 C
Ladles' $4.00 to-$8.00 hoHe, $2.95; the $2.00
and $2.50 kinds at 95c; tbe $1.50
silk hose at per pair .,
$3.50 and $3.00 neckwear, $1.35; the $1.50
and $2.00 kinds, 75c; the 75c and' iA.
$1.00 kinds, 89c; the 50c neckties at. 7C
Buys the $10
Bath Robes' .
Buys the $12.50
Buys Silk and
Buys any of the
Fancy or Full
Dress Vests '
S. E. Cor. of 16th & Harney
Ground Floor City National Bank Building,
Mu m Jfl
M . j Uj date, for the train will be the
Of course you are going South this
winterit s just a question oi tne
The quickest service to Florida. The latest
night train from Chicago, insuring connection
with trains of all other lines from the North -and
A tolid through trln. Chicago to Tacktonvitle, with
out change, aerviiig breakiatt in tbe aturning bciora
ri-hinc I ark aim yule.
Lv. Chicago II Ar. Jacksonville
.i0 p. m.
A. Second morning;
Big Four Routt
In connection with the
Queen Crtsctnt Routt ud Southern Railway
Ask your local agent for tickets and all information,
or call on or address
323 City National Bank Did,,'.
J. 8. WilUUranda
General Agent Paaaenger Iwpartment
Key to the buuUoa Ucc Advertising.
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