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TIIE BEE:. OMAHA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1911.
DIYISI02I FORCE ANNOUNCED
J7fw Division of Railway Mail Senr
ice Now Wtll Organized.
OFFICIALS ARE PUT TO TEST
t aeseally ! Amooat of Mall I
Uaadled Darin (krlitmia link
and Everything- rasses
Till fourteenth railway mall service di
vision, recently emabllhtd with hesd
euarters In Omaha, Is now thoroughly or
ganised under Superintendent Jack Mas
ten. In fact, the division la so well or
ganispd that it withstood the severe tent
of holiday portal patronage. Purina the
Christmas season there was an unusual
amount of mall, and everything was
handled In the division In slilp-shapo or.
o'er. In the weekly bulletin published u
the Interest of the division officials and
employes ths first announcement of the
headquarters force is made as follow;
John M. Masted, division superintendent.
(Yank D. Jolnifcon, esrletant superin
tendent. Wllllaru 8. Felt, chief clerk In chaise
of schemes and schedules.
8. I). Hall, chief clerk. Omaha.
Charles IL Cherry, railroad service,
schedules, reports and Irregularities.
Herman C. Forty, schemes.
Joseph H. Skldmore, chief clerk in
Charge of records and supplies.
Robert X Krants. errors, pouch records.
shortage reports, trip reports.
'William T. Klrkpatrick, supplies, utility
Harrison C. Mourning, files and utility.
Joseph Q. Hart, ' chief examiner.
tiarles B. Sargent, assistant examiner.
Itobert Rolfson, stenographer.
William J. Mcttlen. chief clerk, Omaha.
John M. Butler, chief clerk, Lincoln.
L II. Blackwell, chief clerk, Denver.
W. C ilulford, chief clerk, Cheyenne,
Lawrence Kaucher, chief clerk, St, Jo
epr. J. 8. Humphreys, chief clerk, Sioux City.
Only Brother of
Superintendent Van Rcnselloer of the
lacl9c Fruit Express, an auxllllaxy of
(he Ilarrirruin system, with general of
fice In the Union I'aclflo headquarters,
received word yesterday of the death
of his uncle, Orlando, of New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Vsn Kensellaer have gone
east to attend the funeral, which will
probably be held Monday.
Orlando Harrlman was ths only eurvlv
buf brother of the lute R. II. Ilarlman,
knd at Hi time of his death was 68 years
f age. He Is survived by his widow.
leceaed for many years prior to his
t leatb devoted most of his attention look
' big after his private estate and ths at
tain of ths Brooklyn aud Long Island
Viterurban lines. In which ha was hesv
OMAHA MEN WITNESSES IN
TRIAL FOR OVERTON MONEY
Sheriff Edwin F. Bralley, Deputy Sheriff
Jra Flanagan, Coroner Willis C. Crosby
and othek Omaha mon will be subpoenaed
M witnesses In ths suit for money taken
from the body of the murdered William
B. Overton, which goes to trial at Paptl
llon January 21, according to Deputy
(Sheriff Flanagan. Lou Overton, a nephew
of the murdered man, is a plaintiff
agel&st Charles Back and Edgar Kohler,
also relatives. lie wants to recover from
them for a farm they purchased from
Mr. Overton shortly before hi death and
also for the J4.00O which ho had on his
Iierson when last seen alive.
Deputy Sheriff Flanagan has been In
furmed that the defense will produce wit
nesses who will testify that they saw
Overton alive a week after his supposed
disappearance. Three men art said to
have been repairing a well pump when
Overton cams along the road and asked
them for a drink. Young Kobler, It baa
been supposed, was the last man to see
Overton alive. He was held In jail In
Omaha for a day pending verdict of the
coroner's Jury, but was released as soon
as the Jury reported. t Testimony before
the coroner's jury was not sufficient to
warrant holding Kobler.
ATLANTIC COAST FREIGHT
RATES RAISED JANUARY 1
The freight offices of the Omaha rail
roads have it-ached their Atlantic sea-
board " tarlffa. which become effective
January 1, and the way the officials fig
ure them they ire going to bs a little
higher than the old rates.
Under the ruling of the interstate Com
merce commission ths boundary between
Indiana and Illinois Is mado a basing
From now on freight originating
of thia line consigned to Missouri
river points tsks a rats of S3 cents on
first. 41 cents on second and S3 cents on
third class. I'nder ths old order of
.thluit the rates were M, and W cents,
respectively, on the clusses named.
ICE CUTTING RESUMED
BY LOCAL RAILROADS
Ice cutting has been resumed by the
Union Pacific and the Burlington, the
former harvosiintf the crop at Urand
Island, Uotlieiiborg and North Platte, 'and
the latter at Ashland. At these points
the lea Is reported t) be from eight to
ten inches iu thUkness. Work at all three
places was sloypud some days ago ou
account of the warm spell.
Ice men who harvest ou ths reservoirs
near Omaha and on Carter lake are pre
paring to put several hundred men : at
work If the cold weather continues a
couple of days. On these sheets of water
ten inches of Ice Is reported.
SENTENCED FOR PASSING
SOME F0RGED CHECKS
Ttwi C. Martin was sentenced to sixty
days In ths county jail In police court on
a chartta of obtaining money under false
prelensca Martin la aliased to have found
two checks for tit each and passed them
at the Kimball I-aundry company.
Miller, Stewart & Beaton Co
413-15-17 South 16th Street.
Our greatest annual furniture
sale begins at 8 o clock,
Tuesday morning:, January 2
leg ale At
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V J Ad OS.
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ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
Thouaanda of Muaaed Handker
chief at Us a Than Half
Men's and women's sizes some
genuine pure Irish linen in all
widths of hems many with
hand embroidered initials and
hand drawn openwork, some
lace edged; worth np to 50c;
main floor bargain
. av ww
Woman's and M.n's
Some are Initialed some plain white
hemstitched some colored borders
Bome sheer linen
4 BIG BARGAIN SQUARES
HOSIERY in the CLEARING SALE
Women'a Imported French and
German LUle Hosiery, , mercer
ized silk lisle and Maco cot
ton, full fashioned, double
soles, high spliced
. heels; worth 60c
pair, at pair ,
Misses', Children's and Boys'
Fine and Heavy Ribbed School
Hosiery, heavy cotton . and
cashmere, double knees, m a
heels and toes; worth J r
26c, at, pair .2V
Women'a and Men's Lisle Fin
ished and Cotton Hosiery; al
so heavy fleecy lined and cash
mere, wide hem tops, double
soles, heels and toes;
worth J 5c, at,
Women'a, Children's and Misses'
Fine Cotton Hosiery, double
soles, heela and toes black
and tan. Also misses', chil
dren's and boys' school n
hosiery, worth 20c, JP
at. pair vv
. Clearance of Kid Gloves
Fine kld,,mocba and rape; unlined, silk lined or fleeced; tan,
grey, brown, white and black; best makes. Fitted to aj sa
to tbe hand at malo glove counter. One and two- 5i I Hfi
clasD alovea. at. Dalr VW
: Dargala Square Special 2
clasp kid gloves In wblte,
black and colors; worth up to
$1.00 a pair. PQ.
it pair Oe7C
Women'a ChamoiBette and Cash
mere Gloves black, brown,
blue and try worth'oe
"up to 60c pair, at . . wOC
Clearing Sale of Winter Undemear
Women's Fine Ribbed Union Suits, heavy weight silk finished lisle,
In sky, flesh color and white; all sites; worth $3,
at a u!
flesh color and white; all sites; worth $3, a
Women's Vests and Pants, fleecy . Misses, Chldren'a and Boys'
Union Suits, heavy fleeced;
regular price tOc, spe- n
clal at each .OJC
lined, all sizes; worth 80c,
will go a
will go at a .
Children's Fleecy Lined, Unlou Bulu. drop seats; sixes
2 to JO, at suit ,
CLEARING . SALE OF BOOKS
Two big special lots, slightly soiled and - f and r r
damaged from handling, at 1UC awOC
Christmas Box Stationery at i New Year's Cards and Post
half price. Cards.
8;eclftl New 1012 Calendars at halt price, on Main Floor, New Store
M BRAWDEIS STORES M
Pounds East Cans Granulated Sup fin
It Tou Purchase SI Order of Other Oooas. ' fD I a)U II
We carry a. full line -if Teas. Coffee, Bplues, x- I
tra ots, Kaklns Powder, ato. aia,
Try Our Coffee. Speoial at. a lbM 3Mu
una To a Co. r?-r,l16th st-
W4J Wa. Tel. D. 44g Ind B-6424.
for Rouh and Ready Byt
Tlie boy full of ginger
is out-of-doors in all kinds
of days. You cannot keep
him in, bo get him a pair of
Tlie eamc thing as our
men's, sporting boots,
buckles and all, something
that will protect the boy's
healthlook neat and please
him also.' Waterproofed
just the shoe for tskating
and Bliding. Priced ac
cording to size, from
Sale Starts Saturday, Dec. 30
A SALE WITHOUT AN' KQUAL Seasonable merrhaodlsn at H
nd less than their reel worth. The below mentioned arJrles are
only few of the many bargains that await you:
Drcxel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
That Are Practical
A street boot tor women that
Is practical for daya like these
has heretofore lacked any
claim to daintiness or style.
We are showing a gun metal,
broad high toe, short camp,
heavy soled. In button, which
has all the style to be found in
We do honor to the maker
for he hss taken a heavy
soled wslklnr shoe and built
It Into one of the most stylish
little shoes we are showing
without destroying its aJvan
tagea as a atreet boot At a
$3 and $4
16th end Douglas fits.
Men s Sweater Coats
with new Military col
lar; also Jersey Sweat
er Coats, rotnilar S2
quality, clearing sale J
fnie . -. .... ... . - ...
Men's F.lbbed t'nlon
Halts In pink or blue,
Kood weight, former
price 1JW, clesuinit!
Men's 50c Fleece Uned
Men's fancy, and plain
color 'flannel shirts, a.
so a few California
flannels that have bees
selling up to $2, clear
nig sale price ,
Vofe thoice of all our
Men's fancy hose that
fcv ,u l .im aiu oc.
including wool, clear
ing sale price . . .
Men's Wool Underwear
that sold np to fljjo
garment, clearing sale
i..v tiTS and nrenmiTfl t- .i.
rI"Jw1' nd fhevlot. not one in Uie lot sold for lens than
auo.OO and some as high as $20.00; clearing sale price .
Grcst Clearing Sale of f.Un's Pants tj
650 palrs of Men's and Young Men's Stylish rants,
WWUI ip.OU SOU Sil,UU
at . .
Men's 2.V- Hilk Ties
Men's fl.56 Jersey
Hweaters. colors navy,
gray and maroon.
clearing sale price . .
Elayden Bros? t.lcaf Dept.
FOR YOUR NEW YEAR'S DINNER
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST
Xo. 1 Sirloin Steak .' ; 10c'
No. l'Pot Koast, 8c, 7c and Gc
Boiling Beef 5 Ihs. for 25o
'Shoulder Steak 3 lbs. for 25 C
Hump Boast, 10c and ... 8c
Leg Mutton, 8c and . . .'. .G(5
Mutton Roast 5e
Loin or Rib Mutton Chops 3 lbs. for 25c
Pork Roast 784c
Bulk Sausage 5c
Plate Corn Beef .5c
Pickle Pig Tails G lbs. for 25c'
No. 1 Hnms .12'C .
Picnic Hams 10c
Bacon, lV2c, 15c,-120 and 10f
10 lbs. Ground Bone 25c '
POULTRY OF ALL KINDS.
Elayden Bros.' T.lcai .Dcpi.
kS Qwftw (j5Siv QwKt QpMt
On the Want. Ad Pages of today's Bee
will be found a great number of choice
farms, ranches and western land offered for
sale at reasonable prices.
Look them over. The property you are
looking for' may be there.
Turn to the Want-Ad pages now.
. to ;
Also to All Other Winter Tourist
Points in the South and Southwest.
WABASH E3. "R.-.
GHORTEQT LINE TO
Double Daily Service
Evening Train leaves Omaha 6:30. Electric lighted
sleepers, cafe, dining car service. .
All information regarding rates, routes, berths,
etc., cheerfully furnished.
Agent for All Steamship Liccs
H. 0. Shields, G. A. P. D., Omaha Neb.
WABASH CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1316 Farnam St
OMA1LV9 FCRB FOOD CENTER
SATU RDAY'S SPECIALS
Premere Plum Pudding- Tina 8 So, 4 So and SSo
Plum Puddlnit Bauc (In glass) SOo, SSo aad SSo
, Minos Meat Id slaas, 16o, SSo aa Oo. Bulk, per lb. . ...lo
Quaon Olives, par quart Jar .6O0
Layer Raisins (in cartons) SSo, 40o ant boo
1-lb. Tins White Asparagus. SOe individual slse tin ISo
Johnson's Sweet Cider, per Jus; 30o sad BOo
Imported Citron, per lb 30o
tanty Bsjiketa, all colors and sites, each ...SSo to $3.00
8 cans "Nabob" Soups, assorted 860
S-lb. sack Pancake Flour- SSo
Femdell and Diamond Gelatine,' per pkg- So
Flavored J silicon and Jelly Chips,' per pkf. So
pps Coco aells regularly at SSo per pkg.. special ..ISo
raxBK ravxT Airs tzoztuu bkft..
Bellevue Celery ,.85o' and SOo 4 Black . Walnuts, per peck. .40o
Vtw Mixed Nuts, per lb. ..............SOo
60 boxes Navel Oranges, por dosen ."...loo
Imported Kd Olove Oranges, per doxen Ua
Hothouse Grapes, Fresh Strawberries, Endive, Tomatoes.
Cucumbers Cauliflower, Spinach, Radishes, Brussel Sprouts, Figs
XTTTSS, BOG US CXXSSB DEFT.
"Lotus" Creamery Butter, in cartons, per lb. 40o
Our best Country Butter. In sanitary Jars, per lb. 39d
Strictly fresh Eggs, guaranteed, per dosen ........ ........ .390
Eggs fresh dally from Brandels farm.
Domestic Swiss Cheese, per lb. ...................SSo
Large Fancy Edam Cheese .SI. 10
All kinds Fancy Jar Cheese loo, ISo and SSo
rwtuiBU inees. xvumiain ubc, aiu cui KJBlf per ID. . . ...... .300
Lingonberries, per qt.
. BOo. Cottage Cheese, per pkg. ..100
Qp$w&f Qv&i&f (SSMt (Jwj Qm (ijwte
This is to notify the patrons
of Hotel Rome that there will be
nothing doing in the way of en
tertainment New- Year's Eve
I shall close all dining rooms
Sunday night before 12 o'clock.
cti nt::.j Bes! Sport Mvs in Tiie Bee
The Best Known Office Bttildiag in Omaha.
There is great advantage in being in a
building which ' people can find- easily.) ;No
building in Omaha, or as a matter of fact, in the
entire west, is as well known as
Every man, woman and child m Omaha
knows where it is and everyone who has ever
been here knows how to find it This is only one
of the many advantages in having an office in
THE BEE BUILDING
Boost SSo is a cftoloo corner office ha ring a north snd waat exposure,
seaalag tbia epaoo attractive at any auaaon of tbe year, on account
of sood Hah and ventilauoa. Wo will arrange tbia space. Its!, .
auitaUo for tenant, and tbeie being a vault in tbo rooiu. It ef torus
ox tra vrutocUou for valuables. Ivsnt inr tuouta ., 9a.os
41 S lias a south and west exposure which makes a well lighted
office. iJHlvH foot la tlw Wo are Ouiy asking 7So a square foot
for thia space wblcu la very cneap rent, cunaiuenag touauon
coavoniencoa furnished by Tbo boo BullOiug. r rice, par monin. siso.
t tl a Don't pa for dash room space whoa you can rent a private
office for the same amount Tbia room is salt, has a Urge wtnuew
oa tbo court, effurdiu4 plenty uX Uaut and vouuiauuu. sTtce per
Frosh Drocsod Turkoyc 16ic
Geese and Ducks at Lowest Prices
FRESH DRESSED SrRI G CHICKEN ... llc
PIG PO.tft LOIN . . 10ic
AT THE PUBLIC MARKET
Steer Pot Roast ..74 Gt
Steer Steak -.lO?
Steer Boiling Beef 5
Young Veal Chops ...... 10s?
New Year Veal Roast .... 10
Spring lmb Legs . . . .. .9V4t
New Year Lamb -Roast . .GVt?
Pig Pork Roast 8W
Lamb Stew, 8 lbs.
Sugar Cured Bacon .... 2 Vs t
Armour Shield and Rex Bacou,
No. 1 Skinned Hams . .1:5 He
Freeh Dressed Chicken ..WJx
7 P. M- 9 P. M.. Steer Steak, 2 lbs. for 15
P. M. tO P. M.. Pork Chops, 3 lbs. for 0
All our poultry Is bought alive and dressed by ourselves. We
guarnuteo each Turkey, Chicken, Duck or Goose we sell ' to be
I aaft Slse xi-. ha vlnf a frame and glass partition across center
of room making two good ead offiooa vrltn every convenience, and
tbe rental pilue eaiy. per mouth .2 Vlt.ua
401 This room Is located rear the elevator and has a total of m ,
square tost of floor space. This U a very uesirable small otflco and
lut.auHi la wtiveuisn. Mental, per mouth S11.SS
as 40T Is 'lll4 feet i id has - two large windows oo tbe courtJ
henlai price, per n.vutb , .siT.ee
THE DEE BUILDING CO.
Easiness Office. 17th and Farnam Sts.'
Cackley Special Bottled in Bonl.
full quart S1.00
Bond and Lillard, a fine Bourbon,
full quart vl-00
Tom and Jerry (requlrea only the
addition of hot water) per quart
Home Made Grape Wins, white or
red per gallon 91.00
Sunklat California Port. Sherry.
Muscatel. Angelica. Tokay and
MaJelra, per full quart ...60e
. Wo carry a complete lino of
choice materials, just the thing
for your sideboard.
Till MSSiCTSf aVTS
We give green tradiug stamps.
Mail Orders Promptly ruled. .
Opposite loet Office.
BEGIN THE KEW YEAR RIGHT
By purchasing your meata 'at
Bath's tiie man that does Jio
credit business which means no
loss from bad accounts, no ex
pense of bookkeeping, collecting,
to be made up by substituting in
ferlor quality. We pay cash for
our meats and sell for cash and
do no delivery. That's why we
ran sell only choice meats, consld.
erlng quality, at such reasonable
Choice Ohlcksaa Is Our Hobby
Wo buy live chickens only
choice ones at that dress them
ourselves then keep them In cold
dry air so as to retain their nat
ural flavor. Give ua one trial and
ae the difference.
Pork, Loins lOHo
ork ' Shoulders , ......SHo
Pork Chops ....ItHo
Pork Hteak i:.1g
Pot Roaat, choice loo. So, 7o
Home Made Sausage lSHo
Hon.. Rendered Lard ...... lSVie
.Home Made Hamburger ...... loo
JOS. BATH'S CASH MARXET
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