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THE BEE: Oil AHA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1912.
.NEW DM DEPOT H SIGHT
General Xuunr of Union Pacific
Promise wiick Action.
irSCHIOS TO SCOTT A5D KTT.BY
rnr la Jest tMluiu Hla
ouki tui, m ail Ktikr
Menrlaa) te Caltfarata
ta lnlk ,
Th Omaha Commercial club at Boon
reeterday tendered to General Maaaxer
atoott of the I'Bloa Padfie a welcome
luncheon and at the same Unit a farewell
U Uenerat ooucttor Kelby o( th Burling
Un, who (oea to California to eagag in
tha practlco of law. The functloa was at
tended by about SW club member and
friend of tho two men. Luther Drake
Braided at tiaitmaater and after lunch
eon Introduced Mr. Scott, who gas the
Omaha bujjiew men MM encourage
ment relative to the enlargement of the
Union peeeenger elation.
air. Scott slated that plans had been
prepared looking to the construction of
a anion elaUoa utiiCiently large to meet
the need of the dtr and that be hoped
results would be brouf.it about before
the aod of the present ear. A number
af th roads, be said, bad acreed to )o.n
lag ta the expense, but that other were
atlll bold.ng out. However, there waa
bop that they would get la Una.
1 sect for Ysaaa bra.
Mr. fccott (Poke of railroad employment
and the neceeaiiv of young men applr
tag themselves and giving their employ'
era the beat service possible. He desig-
Bated the messenger boy of today tue
man of th future, contending that by
ppUoatioa to duty, promotion are sure
Mr. Kclby speech was along a happy
Bo of thought. He told the etory of
coming to Omaha twenty-four year ago
ae a young, struggling, briefless
money lesa attorney. Hla first
waa when foroed to trial in district court.
k defeated th late Charles J, Oreene
by securing th continuance of aa Im
portant cam. Thai led to a pamershlp
with Mr. Oreene and bis subsequent ap
pointment as general eollcllor of th
Burlington road. He aald that It waa
with keen regret that he finally decided
ta rernov from Omaha, but that be felt
that hla duty called him. away. How.
ever, having lived la Omaha th better
part af hi life, he would always re
member th city and It people with th
kindliest of feeling.
In closing. Mr. Ktlby urged th Omaha
business awn ta get together, pull to
gether, and that by ao doing, her they
eould build op on of th best and moat
important cities la the country.
Safe and Sane
Fourth of July is
Planned for Us
A acore of Omaha business and pro
fessional men have Just taken prelimi
nary at ere In th organisation of what
is to b known a the "Omaha 8a f and
Sane Fourth of July association.' Th
purpose la to b th discouragement of
celebrating la the ald-taatilaned, ex
plosive manner and the encouragement
t reading the Declaration of Independ
ence, speech making and other harmless
methods of observing th halloa ' hilih-
Thoa Interested ta th amvcattni have
nder aooaideratlea a nropoosd plan for a
leslded novelty in the way af harmlea
nd beneficial celehrallow, Tha eeheme
i to aoaatruct a bug thermo bottle
hew the sun f th new Woodmen of
h World building, fill It from th pre
nt liberal supply of cold atmosphere,
poM It until th glorloaa Fourth and then
Uncork u oa aa eager and grateful dti-aenahlp.
Byron Reed Co. Finds .
Backus Flench, a Polish cabinet maker,
has solved th high cost of living prob
lem. Thursday night the Byron Reed com
pany Informed th police that on of
their bouse at HI South Kieventh etreet
waa being occupied by soma an and ro-
seated th police to Bieko aa Invest! ra
tion. Aa officer dispatched to th house
found Bench comfortably settled and
occupying only th front room. HI be
longings were well scattered about th
floor. A email etove was hentlng the
room and a black cat waa aoundly sleep
ing under th stove when a policeman
arrived. A cot with plenty of bed clothes
waa placed behind th stove. Bench's
cooking utensils consisted of two tomato
can. Bench was taken to the station
and Captain Dempeey sent him bark
with order to move at ones. Bench
Eoses and Badishes
is Bidwell's Theme
George r. Bldwell, residing In Holly
wood, near Im Angelea. write bla friend,
S. F. Miller of th Xorthweatem, that be
at eating radishes of hi owa raising and
la picking rose from his garden. Th
weather, be eeye. Is balmy and almost as
warm aa the Nebraska summers.
COUNTY BOARD CUTS OFF
THE PAY CFGAME WARDENS
Maybe K is neeesnry In th Interest of
the gam preservation to bar a deputy
gam warden on watch at Cat-Off lake
these winter days, but th Board of
County Commissioners doesn't believe It.
The board has decided to discontinue Its
payment of S3 a month to Constable 1L
D. Plmoa tor services as deputy game
warden around the lake. Some months
ago, when a deputy may have been needed
to keep fteh setner from operating, tin
board at the behest of th Rod and Gun
dub agreed to pay IS a month for this
' purpose. The club and th state each
have paid a like sum. making the (alary
of the constable as deputy warden 17a.
If necessary toe bo jd may resume pay
menu next spring or summer.
WICK & MOORE PLACE
NOW H4 NO LICENSE
J. J. Mahoney won Ms protest sxainet
the granting ot a saloon license to Alvtn
Wtek tor the place oiierated last year by
Wick 1'oo-e when attorneys tor Wick
acpeared before Judge Kennedy yesterday
afternoon and asked that they be per.
rained to withdraw their application.
That leaves tills place wltlawt a license.
A SAFETY MATCH. By laa Hay. m
Pp. sua, Houghton-Mutlin company.
The "safety match" In question kt a
marriage between the 2-year-old daugh
ter of an English country clergyman.
who has mothered a large family of
brothers and sisters, and a man of
of th beat type ot th English captain
of indue try. Th marriage of con
venience thus made turns at the end.
after many tnteresUng and appealing sit
uations, into a true love match.
ATH0N1A. OR THE ORIGINAL
Ry H. George Cchoett. 4 71 Pp. tL&
Th Lakeside company.
A supposed translation from an Imagi
nary Ureek . narrative, treating of an
event supposed to have taken plac at
a tlm when th earth waa thought to be
flat, and th mariner's compass un
known. . . -
THE FAMILY. Be Bohert llnhart
!avt and Edward Harm, all. Its Pn.
U.S. O. W. Dillingham company. . .
Thla story I taken from th play of
the asm name, and tells of a New Eng
land maiden's wcarlneaa of dull vlllact
life and her determination to be free
from It; her failure to find any usual
avenue of escape; her fascination by the
son of her father's e d friend who visits
towa In gaudy uniform, heading a min
strel troupe, and all that happened after
wards, before she finally found herself.
By Samuel Hon
kins . darns. Mi Pp. II
A clever detective etory. with every
thing shout It refreshingly original
Humor kt as strong as mystery, and ad
venture Is emphasised above sensation.
Instead of th ghastly and th grew-
aoroe, her la an entertainment always
gay, brisk and fascinating.
JOHN TEMPLE. By Ralph Purend
171 Pp. U.S. Th Macmlllan company.
John Tempi I a splendid type of the
English colonist leader and a subject of
that moat romentlo of eoverelgna. Queen
Elisabeth. Th hardships and heroisms
ot Tempi' adventure a a prisoner ot
Portugal and later aa a follower and
leader In the Ill-starred expedition
against Monomalapa. an African chief
tain, ar related with a faithful vivid
ness. It Is essentially an elemental story,
with many momenta ot pathos and a few
TUB ROYS' STORY OF ZKBULON M.
PIKK. Kdlted by M O. Humphrey s. 171
pp. tl.i. Charles Scrlbner's Son.
Th account of th adventure and
discoveries of th most Interesting of the
early explorer of th southwest This
thrilling and vivid narrative of Plkss
expeditions Is told largely m th words
of hi owa record, and Is a moat stirring
tale. A splendid record of courage, en
terprise, ability and of Important dis
covery, which Is her most Interestingly
and vividly presented.
TUB LAST LAP. Br Aldea Arthur
Knlu. Ml pp. II ft. Harper it ft roe.
A story of athletic and school life that
bears the Impress of the author a familiar
ity with th thinking and action that
onto Into th existence ot boy in their
teens. Clinton schoor la th background
for the scrape and accident of th
lad,' of their escapes from th peril of
bay and shore and of their triumphs, too.
LETTERS TO PATTY. By Raramon
Napier. 1U pp. ti ls. Oeorgs M. Uoran
compear. . , i .
A gay and delightful record of how the
soul of a lilt Is child awoke to the magic
that at In the world. It la a story ta make
on wistful for th first years of life.
BATTLING THB BIO HORN. Br Ash.
ton Lamar. S pp. W cents. Th Kellly
Brit tun company. ,
Two boys construct an aeroplane, which
battlea successfully with th elements.
Th account of thla experience comes to
th attention of aa unci of oa of th
boys, and bs takes them on a hunting
expedition through th mountains of
South British Columbia.
on, i , umuB 1 nAijt tnjw
miMlK. He Usrnrai V.. u m ..-
U. Th John C Winston company'.
TWO Of the alrls have beeei hmuvtil nn
oa tha reach, learning to swim and ride,
while tha third, Olive, la th moat idl
ing element a real mystery who has es
caped from tha Indian. Ia th and af
th book aha baa discovered traces of bat
Parentage pad tha girl have com across
in iiu oeeo to Kainbow Lodge, which
bad appropriately lost Itself in an old
THB MIHHINO PEARLS. Bv Rmlle
Benson KnUie end A Arthur u-in
W7 PP. U.K. Harper A Bros.
inis book will be welcomed as a thor
oughly nice girts' etory by those who
have road a previous book by th same
authors. "Liltl Mia Pales." This one. In
which little Ml Pale makea a trip to
tha west, I equally good.
WITH THB SILVER MOON. By Madge
A. Bingham, ia) on. ll.SY I.ittw
This Is a modern fairy tola, relating the
experience la the moon of Uttl Elisa
beth Jane, helper to th matron at a big
orphans' noma. Sh loved babies and was
happy taking cart af them; but there
were so many that th poor child had no
time for play or pleasure. Ho, when
every on was tucked away safely kf
bed, tha aaaa In the moon sent his fairies
down to bar and aha climbed th ladder
of moonbeam right Into the moon.
SANDY SAWYER. SOPHOMORE. By
Ralph l. Peine, at up. b.a, Charles
Sandy Sawyer, a husky crew man, gets
Into som difficulties, financial and
otherwise ta college and then starts
out to make enough money during hla
summer vacation by Belling encyclopedias
to pay for the rest of hla course. His
adventure In a flood with a runaway
house and It owner, oa a milk farm and
stroking a crew of hut own against that
of some summer boarders and bla final
return ta eolleg and what happen there,
make a f.rst rat story, full of fun and
Tae Balramls PtBaraw
Jestrore fewer Uvea thaaj tosarh-Sver
and ktdney dhtraaea. tor which Electric
Ei"-er is the gatrantoed remedy. 50c. j-0f
aaie by Beaten Drag Co.
TWO BOYS IN A GYROCAR. By Ken
neth Kenneth-Brown. Jar pp. IM. Hough-ton-Miffiui
This exciting boys story tells bow two
Ingeeloua boy Invent a gyroscope and
enter it la a widely advertised New-York-to-Paris
race against many French, Car
man. Italian and American ear ot high
power, lu arrival at th etarting point
create a aeaaatloav. After many adven
ture In the run acroea America the;
reach Siberia, rescue a Russian princess
end fiaaTty drivt law Paris, th wtnner
jt :ha lace. . -
THB MOTS' LITE OF EDISON. By
.ant H. Meadvwcroft. fit pp. tus,
tiarpar A Broa.
Th hurhcod and personality of the
great lnrntr ate here -pictured for
youaetw reader by oa of EdlsoYs as
radat. rnd often la Edison's owa
wrda, lis ar his experiences as a
f r1 O T(T
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On $225 Evening J10
One $125 Evening Ago Cf
$65.00 dresses Aon r
$39.50 dresaes ffy
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$300 Hudson seal err
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$225 mink sets $125
$35.00 Jap mink gQ
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Tenants Driven to
Homes by Weather
T.nanta af anma of tha office building
of tba city have bad occasion during
the last two weeks to complain ot the
poor heating af their rooms. Borne of
th building, though new, ar not am
to keep the oold from bothering tba oftlc
iwunama. "Ws rust cannot get up
heat." declared th engineer la on of
th otflc buildings. "It seems a shame,
too. for tola I a nsw structure and
should be perfectly heated."
It grew so cold to som omc buildings
Friday that tenants were forced to desert
their rooms, closing up their business for
the day and going home to tha warm
In th Be building people were com
fortable. This building I evenly heated
throughout at all times ot dsy and night
and many tenants here bar congratu
lated themselv on being ia such a
warm, comfortable building.
Street Car, Freezes
Fast to the Bails
A ear on th Harney lln fro fast to
th track at Twenty-fourth and Podge
streets yesterday morning and 100 people
were foroed to walk down town from that
point Rounding th curve, from aome
causa, a Utile moisture was developed.
When the car wheel atruck this It stuck
aa It It had been glued. Th passengers
got off and walked down town and the
oar remained froaen to th track until the
salt squad reached the scene.
Several passenger on one ot the early
cm from the Bluffs this morning sus
tained frosted feet and ears. Service had
been Interrupted and when the particular
ear cam along, th popl climbed on,
packing Inside and platform to capacity,
before reaching thla aid of the river,
several parson who were forced to stand
sutsld were frostbitten.
Five more Auditorium dock holders
hav contributed their (bares ta th city.
Tlwy are: 1
B. K. Griffith, share 1
Mannle U Arthur 1
Marie Swansea h......-...-. t
John StueUen , .B
Edward Uexten v .. 1
City Clerk Butler baa received a num
ber of letter tram stock boideri who re
fuse ta glee up their holdings, but who
offer the city eloeely written pages at
Orfftnal an. fiinulnt
Mora LeakhfJ than Tea or CotTee.
Agrees wkh, weakest digrsUx.
Dekiotsa, sivtgocsriDl sod nutritioua,
fticn milk, malretj grain, powder form.
A flick luck frtpmi b nisata.
Tel a siktiMe. AskhrHORLICrS
Othert ore imitations.
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discount on all
Browning. King (Si Co.
R. S. WILCOX, MVv - 15th of Dougla
at these fine Oriental rugs
Giant reductions for Saturday
These famous Orientals of the Taminosian stock are per
fect treasures imported from Persia. They form the best
collection of Orientals in the city speak their own worth. They have
splendid colorings, soft weaves, beautiful designs and excellent quality.
The sale closes Saturday night. It is jour last chance to get as fine an Oriental
nig as you ever looked upon at almost cost price. The collection includes rugs of
all sizes, in various designs, at prices to suit your purse.
$12.00 Slilnrati Poor Mat
Wfl.OO llamadaa. Kx8-S ,
30.00 Klrtnan, 8-2x2-1
10.00! lielurhietda, !-x 1-1
30.00 Antique xaruut, 3-10x2-1
23.00 Aatrqiie Mosul, 1-8x2-10 ....
11.00 Shirr aa Door Mat
10.00 Camel Trapping, txl
10.00 Camel's Trapping, 4-Jxl ....
0.00 Camel's Trapping, Mxl-J ...
11.00 Anatolia, -7xl-
11.00 IteltKhistaB, 2-10x1-1
30.00 Mosul, 6-8xJ- ,
30.00 Mosul. -4xJ-4
43.00 Bokhara, 4-3x3-1'
33.00 Modera Sarabaad, 6x3-3 ....
41.00 Fine Belucliistaa, $-6x3-4 ...
a-lw.OO lletarhistaa, -4x2-10
43.00 Anttquc llenuulaa, (-1 0x3-3 .,
4M.OO ADtlqae Hainauaa, 6x-4 ....
Wii.4M AatHue Camels Hair Hug, 6-8x3-5
40.00 Daghisua, 5-8x3-10
49.00 Moaul, t-2x3-7
45.00 lluahara, 3-6x3-4
tft.00 AaUqae Hamadaa, 6-8x3-3
I2.VOO tutra lep.twa, 6x4-2
103.OO Isjtahan, 7x4-6 .........
HW.UO Sar-kha, s7x4-4
M.OO Antique rlelachistaii, 6x3-6
t&S-OU r IBM iiociuauta, a-lux3-3
tW.OO AatoUaa Klllim, (-6x3-6
42.0O Mouera ttaraiuinti, 6x3-3 .
31.00 Kanmiiaa. 6-lx3-7
43.UO Mosul, a-lOXJ-S jijx 00
43.00 llelurliiftaa, 6-6x-6 $29 00
02.OO AatKtue rkmciibuUk, C-7x3-5 . ..45 OO
03.00 boarhbnisk. x4-S $70 00
110.00 Afaiiar. 7x4-6 $7500
,30 OO MosBl, 6-8x3- $39.00
43.00 Aattquo Belaculstaa, 6-6x3-1 ..$31.00
48.00 UaaaaOaa, 6x3-6 $33.00
73.00 Antique Iran, -4x4-10 ....
70.00 lUka, 6-4x3-8
30.U0 blUrvaa Klllim, Sx6-6 ....
11.00 HlUrvaa Door Mat
80.00 Camels Trapping, 6x1-3
10.00 Camel's Trapping, 6x1 ....
10.00 Camel's Trapping, 4-3x1 ..
03.00 Finest Hrokoia.an. 6-6x3-10
0.00 Camel Trapping, 3-4x1-3 ..
11.00 Anatolia, Z-7xl-
32.00 Fine Cabistan, 6-6x9-3
40.00 Fine Antique Hamadaa. 0-3x3-2. st 4i'tii
60.00 Antique tame! hair ling, 7-2x3-1. sjvVu)
0.00 Sinna, 4-8x3-4
43.00 Antique Hamadan, 6-10x3-6 .
40.00 Antique lis mads n, 6x3-4 ....
38.00 Belttrhlataa, 6-8x3-3
U3.00 Kaknara Prarer Kug, 4-6x3-10
107.00 Ispahan, 6-4x4-6
103.00 Afhhar, 7x5
123.00 Afshar, J 1x4-8
130.00 tine Tabriz. C-Bxl-6
NO.OO Baka, 6-4x4-3
103.00 Antique Afshar. 6x5
123.00 Finest Herman, 6-2x4
iS.OO Antique Cashmere, 6-1x4-4 ..
47.00 Cashmere, 6x4-7
110.00 Antique Hourhbulak, 6-8x4-3.
113.00 Aatique Afahar, t-1 9x4-10 .
120.00 Fine Saraband. 6-6x6-6
14.00 Camel's Trapping, 4-6x1 ....
48.00 Anatolian Klllim, old, 14-6x5.,
33.00 Barak. 6-lxJ-S ,
! 9323.00 Joaheghaa, 12x
; SOIOO Rhlrax, 6-6x5
' S21 OO Moral, 4x2-
! S3I.O0 Antioue Ikaffhfaifaa S-KtI.T
$iio!00 ' ,SOM P'ae Arghanlatan, -4xS-
$34.00 I ao.ww nne Atgnaniatan. s-xS-l...
nix Antique nasaa, S-4X4
SI 8.00 Belnchlstaa, 2-7x1- .
30.00 Moaul. 8x3-3
"fl.Mi MosnL 8-2x3-7
eiso.tm riae mnna, a-exs tannn
113.00 rfne darahand, -3xS -o nn
7a).w Fine Rarni. 6-SxS-!! j7 0(
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