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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912.
A word about salaries
If you have developed your resources trained
yourself thoroughly you will be pleased every time
1 you look at your bank account. If you have not made
1 the most of your hidden power you will have no bank
account at all, or one very small in comparison to '
' that of the man who makes the most of his business
Here axe two men of practically the same age.
One has a substantial bank account By properly -directed
effort he ha9 risen to a high position. With .
A comfortable salary he can lay away a satisfactory
sum. The second fellow, with just as much hidden
power, though undeveloped, has no bank account at
all. His position pays him a fair salary, but he is
'- not getting the, best out of himself and he has very
little, if any, money to place to a bank account after
paying current expenses. " ; - ...
You can be earning a far better salary
if you will take advantage of your opportunity. You
. should not be satisfied with what you are doing, no
matter if you are earning $1,800, $3,00, $5,00 or
$8,000. You can just as well be getting two or three
times as much if you will direct your efforts into the
The Omaha Bee
will give you 'information that will lead you out of
your present position into a bigger salary. There is
a demand for your serv
ices at much more
money. You can rise.
Learn how by sending
in the attached coupon
at once to
. Omaha Bee
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'; Educational Dept.,
The Omsiia Bee. Omaha. Nth.:
Please tend ma. without nhtm
full Information concerning your
apaclal offer with reference to the
. course in Bnaiita AdmlAlstratloa
of the La Sail Extension University.
Nana , ; ;
I Town Stat
Its fma io 'wt
.Why not make your home i here?
Land values only go one way up.
The census is old in a vveek.
On ranch and farm, in city , and
town, men make money fast and
have ideal homes. Your wife
and children, your aged parents,
will be happier in California.
California farmers plow in January.
Oranges ripen then, roses bloom, and
the ladies are wearing summer garb.
A Santa Fc train will take you there.
Fred Harvey, dining-car, ' dining-room . and
station-hotel service. '
' ' ; On the way visit Grand Canyon of Arizona. .
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The California Limited kinf ol tlx limited exclusively (or int.
alets travel nu every day sleeper for Graad Caaroa.
1 Santa Fe de-Luxe cxtro-lare train, Chicago aad Kansas City ta Lot
Ansel" teas oaee a week Asfrerica's iaesr raia.
California Fast Mall aU Loa Aiem Express aad Sea Frssciteo
Express tbre daily traiaa stsadard Poilajaac, toariit sleepers aad cbair
ears all claaaca at tickets boaored.
Say which train yoa prefer. Will aaail booklets. &'L
tamel laruarr. Oea. aft, Y J
SU its at, 1M Moid, leva. ' J
DEPUTY SHERIFF IS FINED
Jobs B Mahoney Convicted in Po
lice Court of Aisanlt.
GIVES KOTICE OF, A5 APPEAI
Wltaeeeee Tell af the Way Wearer
vVae Aaaaeltea by Oae at the
Depetles lader Sheriff
John R. Mahoney. deputy under Sheriff
Felix JdcSbane. was fined P.W and coata
on a charae of assault and battery pre
ferred by Ira Weaver of th North v
enteenth street, la police court yesterday
mornlnc by Judge Foster. Mahoney gave
notice of an appeal.
Only two witnesses war put on tbe
stand by the city. Ira Weaver and i Pa
trolman Hudson. Arthur Mullen, actln
aa attorney for Mahoney, did hot put the
latter on the witness stand.
Weaver said oa Tueaday evening. Janu
ary M, about I o'clock ha waa walking
pant Sixteenth and California streets,
where Mahoney, whom he did not know
at that time, waa talking with a woman.
Ha said Mahoney . Immediately draw talk
ravolrer and stopped him aad aaked him
where ha waa going, where ha lived, why
he had butted In and numerous other
questions, which Weaver said he an
swered for fear of being beaten up by
Mahoney, who was In a fighting mood
and had his revolver In his hand, lie
said after Mahoney allowed him to ao
his way he walked down Sixteenth street
until be found Officer Hudson. He told
his story to Hudson, who accompanied
him across the street where Mahoney
waa walking; alone.
"What happened when you and the off!
eer approached Mahoneyr asked City
Prosecutor Dickinson. .
Hal He. Was Depaty Sheriff.
"Welf, the .officer asked Mahoney who
he waa and why he was carrying a
weapon." replied Weaver, "and Mahoney
said be was a deputy sheriff and had a
right to carry a gun."
"What happened then?"
"Mahoney reached around the officer
and struck me In the face twice. Officer
Hudson told htm to stop It aad Mahoney
hit me again. 'We were then taken to the
Patrolman Hudson was then placed on
the stand. - . .
"What did Mr. Mahoney say when you
asked him why he was carrying a guar
he was asked.
He told me he waa a deputy sheriff
and had a right to carry a gun. I told
him that was granted, and I asked blm if
he did not know that the revolver was
to be used only as a last resort."
"What answer did you receiver
"I don't remember."
"Did yea see Mahoney strike Mr.
"How many times did the defendant
strike the plaintiff?"
"Three times, once on the forehead
and twice In the face."
Arthur Mullen, In cross-examination.
asked Patrolman Hudson tf Mr. Mahonsy
had aaked him to go and arrest, the
woman. , .
"He did." replied the wltnesa
"Why did you not do so?"
"Because I did not have either man
under arrest 1 took them down to ex
plain their actions to the captain and
did not want them booked."
"Did you aee Mr. Mahoney strike Mr.
Weaver with the butt of his revolver?"
"No, sir, he did not, be struck him
with his fist."
"Did Mr. Mshoney cut Weaver's eye
open witn his clows? '
"I do not know."
Union Pacific to
Abolish the Utah
Division of Road
Effective February 1 the I'lah rflvl.lnn
of the Union Pacific will become a thing
of the past. After that date the Union
Pacific Will be ODerated as two. Instead
of instead of three divisions. This was
tne original plan of operation, but some
J'eara ago territory waa taken off the
weat and of the Nebraska division anil
added to the Wyoming division and in
turn a slice was cut off ths weat end of
the Wyoming .division and the I'tah divi
sion created, with headquarters at Green
Going back to the nrirlnal ntin r
operation, everything east of Cheyenne
will bo attachad to the V.hra.k. AlvL.
alon over which Superintendent Cahlll bas
jurisdiction. The Wyoming division will
Include evervthlna weat of Di.nu
with headquarters In that city.
William C. MeKeon. superintendent ef
the Wyoming division, baa resumed and
will go to Denver to live, where be will
devote nis time to looking after his
property, which consists ot a numh., n
valuable pieces of Improved property In
the city and a couple of farms nesr
Greeley. Assistant Superintendent Roth
has also resigned and will also remove
The new Wyominr dlvt.tn win i i
charge of Superintendent W. M. Jeff era.
now In charge of the Utah division and
located at Green River. It la understood
that most of the people of hla office
force will go with him to Cheyenne,
where they will continue. While the con
solidation will, of necessity, let out
some people at both Green rtlv.r and
Cheyenne, the number will not be large.
Superintendent Jeffers has been with
the Union Pacific practically all hla Ufa.
hub railroad career started at North
Platte some twenty-five years ago. where
be was a telegraph messenger boy. Then
he became an operator and after that bis
rise waa raoid. ha havlna filled all th.
positions np along the line to superintend
Best Sport News in The Bee
COMING T0CEMENT SHOW
Kot anlv BHmet aellara and nMtmiM
but farmers, borne builders and city offi
cials will be Interested In the annual con
vention of the Nebraska Cement Users'
sraoctatloa and tbe Mid-West Cement
show. In the Omaha Auditorium Febru
ary t te It.
Among tbe addresses will be one on
"Concrete Construction of Slice." by II.
L. King of the Agricultural college at
Ames. la.: one by Charles E. Blms of
Worthlngtoa, Minn., on Cement Tile,"
end one by F. P. Wilson, city rnglnnor
of Mason City, la., on "Cement Paring."
THIEF STEALS HARNESS,
. RUNS INTO DETECTIVES
Charles Oerlscb, who says he halls
from Kansas City, emerged from a barn
at Ml Webster street with two sets of
harness about the time that Detectives
Vait Deusea and Ring happened along.
Gerkarh Is held ea a chsrge ef breaking
Into Auto Accident
Which Caused Death
Inquiry Into the death of George Undee.
the sged man who was fatally Injured
when run down by Dr. B- W. Christie.
who waa driving In hla automobile, ia
being made this afternoon by Coroner
Crosby. There were several witnesses to
tbe accident, which occurred at Twenty
fourth and Ames avenue Sunday evening;
at t o'clock The Injured man died al
Immanuel hospital Monday afternoon at
Ths funeral will be held tomorrow after-
noon from the residence of W. O. tjndee,
Um South Twenty-fourth street, to Ever
green cemetery- Members of the Msaons,
Eagles aad Brotherhood of Firemen and
Engineer lodges will act as pallbearers.
Mr. Lindee waa a pioneer resident of
Omaha, coming here In lSS. He worked
on the early, construction work of the
western line of the Union Pacific He was
born In Germany.
Mr. Lindee is aurvived by four sons.
Frank Undee, W. G. Undee and Gus
tavo Lindee ot Omaha and Sidney Under
of Chicago; and three daughters, Mrs.
Watts of Chicago. Mrs. K. Cole and Miss
Emma Undee . of Omaha.
WILL TRY TOPUSH THE WORK
County Board Will Attempt to Hake
Court Home Contractors Hustle.
WILL 0EDIS MEETING SATURDAY
Resolution Is Prepare, bat la Sat
Adapted Pending; Advise fresa
the Coaaty Attorney's
After months ot wrangling between the
Board ot County Commissions and County
Architect Latenser on one aide and Cald
well a Drake, county building general
contractors on ths other over alleged un
satisfactory work and slow progress in
construction ot the building, the board
almost adopted a resolution yesterday
that would bring the contractora to time
Commissioner Harte waa afraid the gen
eral contractors might find in the resolu
tion some excuse fur forfeiting their con
tract and suggested that the county at
torney's office approve the resolution be
fore Its adoption. It was referred to the
The resolution refers specifically to the
attitude of the general contractors In the
matter of vault doors which are not up
to speclflratlona and ia aa follows.
Whereas, It has been reported to the
Board of County Commissioners thst the
architect, John laueruer, has condemned
and rejected the "vault doors" of the new
court house, and
' Hhereaa, The contractors, Caldwell A
Drake, have been notified that the same
have been condemned and rejected and
have been ordered to be taken out and
others put in their stead to conform with
tne plans and specifications, therefore,
Kesolved, That the county attorney be
notified and instructed to serve notice
upon Caldwell a lirake and their bonds
men to appear before the ' Board of
County Commmslonera at a time set by
the county attorney to show reason and
uune why the orders o.' the architect
have not been compiled with. ,
Will Adept Saturday. '
According toDeputy County Attorney
George A. Magnejr there Is nothing in
the resolution lhaf could warrant or Jus
tify forfeiture of the contract and the
county attorneys office will so advise
the, board. The resolution will be adopted
at the board meeting next Saturday.
The mealing with the general contractors
and their bondsmen will be held soma
time next week. If neither member of
the firm Is In the city their superintend
ent. Calvin Zelgler, or thalr office man
ager, Mies Helen Sinclair, will be asked
to represent them.
Mors than two weeks ago severe criti
cism of Ihe work oa the county building
by Mr. Latenser and Commissioner Harts
moved ths board to agree to summon
Caldwell ft Drake and their bondsmen
for a thorough threshing out of county
building matters. The meeting waa to
have been held aa soon aa Mr. Caldwell
or Mr. Drake should reach the oily.
Since then Miss Sinclair and Mr. Zelgler
have been expecting Mr. Caldwell to ar
rive almost dally, but he has not yet put
In an appearance. 1
Several months ago, when the Board of
County Commissioners threatened dras
tic action to force the contractors to ruth
ths building to completion, Lester Drake
came to Omaha and for a while the work
rushed forward under his direction. It
was said be would remain in Omaha
practically all the time until the work
should be completed. Mr. Drake did not
remain, however. '
People Helped by
Charity During the
Cold Spell Grateful
Are the poor folk In Omaha any dif
ferent from those In other cities?
Ensign Thomas ot the local Salvation
Army post believes that they are. tor
aha says that In all ot her experience In
charitable work she bas never run across
a town where the poverty stricken popu
lation as a whole wish to repay kindness
after they have been helped "to their
'During the cold spell ws helped hun
dreds of persons who were cold or hun
gry or without shelter, and as Is usually
the case, they were pitifully grateful,"
said the ensign. "However, they usually
forget that they bars been helped after
they bave bad their Immediate wants
provided for, but In Omaha I have found
Since the breaking ef the eold spell
and people who were unable to work a
few months ago can work now. we have
had nearly a dosea calls and letters from
those who received aid who wish to know
now they can repay ua. One man. who
Is a plasterer, who has been sufferina
from lead poisoning, called and Insisted
that be be allowed to do something In re
turn for our aid.. We had nothing for
him. but we thanked him for hla good
will anyway, but a few hours later we
found him at work In the back end of the
hall, making a number ot repairs that
were badly needed.
A woman whe was found HMna In a
dugout in the river bottoms, hungry and
atca. otierea ner swrrtree as a scrub
woman, and a number of .men waa bave
been helped hare appeared Deraanltv
and earnestly aaked to be allowed to do
something to show their gratitude. From
tne reports 1 hear iron the other chant.
able organisations, they. too. are experi
encing the same thing, and It makes one
feel good to Know tnat the work la being
Qrkin's Douglas St. Store
Wednesday, Beginning Promptly at 8 A. M.
We will offer your unrestricted choice of all the $5.95, $7.50, $3.95 and $10.00
and misses' w-v.
In Our Entire Stock In Two Great Lots
All Our Higher Priced Skirts Will Be Sold at JustPrice
$12.5) Skii ob, January Clearance Salt) . $19.50 Skirts, January Clearance Sale
fiioe Wednesday .$6.25 Priee Wednesday $9.75
$15.00 Skirts, January Clearance Sale $22.50 Skirts, January Clearance Sale
Price Wednesday $7.50 Price Wednesday $11.25
$17.50 Skirts, January Clearance Sale $25.00 Skirts, January Clearance Sale
Trice Wednesday $8.75 price Wednesday $12.50
Womens' and Misses' Coats at a Sacrifice
In order to make a quick clearance of our jmpular priced Coats for Women and
Misses we will offer your unrestricted choice of any garment in our entire stock,
including all our Broadcloth Conts, Novelty .Mixture Coats,
Serge Confs, in fact every coat in our store that formerly
sold for $15, $17.50 and $19.50,. Wednesday beginning at 8
All our higher priced coats are now Belling for just one-half price. Plush Coats,
Velvet Coats and Fur Coats are included.
iQWV" A"' M llMVV' Vsewsssrfr,
in our enure biock,
H6wio Make Delicious
( Wholesome Griddle Calces
The best flour, salt, milk nd most expert cue, will not mile really palatable Griddle Cakei
the Bakinr Piw&r is inftrmr. Because Calumet Baking Powder make uch temptine, wholesome.
appetizing Unddle Cake, it hat become as popular lor tnu purpose a it it :
for making ethtr good thing to eat. . '
Calumet is the highest quality Raking Powder at a moderate price. It
received the highest award at World's Pure Food Exposition pasaes the
Pure Food Laws. Hence you are sure that food made with Calumet is
pure, wholesome and health-giving. J
i Millions of housewives are pinning their faith to Calumet. ' Ytu try it next
' time you bake learn for yourself the new satisfaction.
BAKING POWDER 1
Mate Oflddtm OmAm Roolp
One quart Soar (4 caps); ooe teaspooa salt; 4 lull cops milk and two tear
spoons Catumat Baking Powder. Sitl Soar, Calomel Baking
Powder aad salt well together. Add milk, making soft bailer. ,
Bake Immediately oa hot griddle, well greased. Wheo lull
ol bobbles, tura aad cook other udo. Add two or Ihrea
, Ublespoom melted bolter, it Hcnrr aad shorter
Cakes are desired. With lbs ase al Calumet Baking
... Powder bo eggs art required.
V ' W fj . v. i I : -i : Jt. 11 1 1171 - f..ll .. r
" tTXl'"-- N. bugles, tura aad cook ether side. Add two or Ihros
I mftml A . ,1 N ublespoom melted bolter, it richrr aad sooner (
-Eww jT ) 1 . cakes are desired. With lha ase ol Calumet Baking (
Jh'tKM ' . . J.- Po-deraow are required. V
Kf -M l WW ,n. una - 1 X X
a fold medal and a raxh purse ss tbe
prises, together with several side bets
to make matters more interesting, will
take place at the Kruc theater KrWlar
evening Immediately after the regular
performance. It will be rurvlrlpated In
by five of the members ot ths beauty
chorus of the Tiger Miles comiany. now
playing at the theater, and will be fur
a mile, and as laid out on the stags will
mesa that the girls will hare to make
forty-five la pa around a roped Inclosure.
Prescription that Soon
see.- I nwl.al lisssalHssant fVrT fit arts-
in vutj "" w
matUm Is through thm bUiod. Th p.
on that etU in muac.ea, Jolnn and
Ugri, s, eauei i mn w'
solved and expelled from the system or
there ran oe no reuri.
tlon from a noted doctor la said to be
working wonders all over the country.
Hundreds of the worst rases were cured
by it here laat winter. "From your
druagiat get one ounce of Torle oom-
. ,i hbImI nlunt ana
nounu fin - - . . . - ------
one ounce of eyrup of garsapartlla com
pound, lane i.iTO . m
home and put them Into a half pint of
good wbiakey. -lake the bottle, and
and 'St bed I'm- Result corns Ihe
iimt oay. J - ' ,,:
hae Torle compound In stock he will
get It In a few hours fronv his wholesale
house. Don't be Influenced to take
some patient medicine Instead .ef this.
nt on having the renulna Torle
compound In the original ooe ounce.
Gulf Coast Resorts 1
New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola
aaJ all etha principal resorts in the south reached by cjaiek aad
vetuawi schedules at the Louisville Jr. Nashville Railroad either ia
through traiaa or siscpiag cars from Chtcaa, St. Looia, Cindnneti.
Raaida. LeuisviHe. EranseUla. Clevalaeai aJ laonneBolis. Cat
dioiae car service. Reeusd trip taariet bcketa. ret era toaut ta Jaaa
sale daily at redSaced fares. Greater variety revise tbaa aaf otaar
diverse reutee So Florida s! desired. HomsssohorV tickets ea saia
aad TaireJ Tueidsy each saeuth at vary lew rates
The Most Attractive Way South
Far full particalars, ratea, tickets.
bated beeadets aad sssoaaag car
WALKING MATCH BOOKED
FOR THECHORUS GIRLS
A walking match for the eborua girls' 1
champioruUp oi Oa mpira circuit with j
hi II I slues.
I j P. W. MORROW
UftjjJ J. t DAVENPORT
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