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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 19V2
WARMER WEATHER KLPS
Koadi to the West Are in Much Bet
ter Shape Than Eastern. -
SUSIJAT A MOST STKEHTJOUS DAT
, DrittJaa; ft
Bard Hit r a
ate riU Fast
a Tarl.aa Ltnee.
With mild, wanner and clearing
treattaer gnr the west, tralaa from that
direction ara running practically oa
caedule. but with bliss ray conditions
BW-alrlnc throuehont 6outh Dakota, Min
nesota and northern Iowa, trains from
the north and east have been annulled,
or are retting through the beat they can.
' According to railroad reports through
out the northern portion of Nebraska,
about all of south Dakota and a greater
portion of Iowa and Illinois, all Satur
day afternoon and most of Sunday, a
terrific bustard, the most sever In yean,
Trains oa the Wyoming and Long Fine
divisions of the Northwestern, the en
tire Union Pacific system, ths Burling
ton and Rock Island lines west of ths
Missouri Hrer and the aUssoarl Pacific
are arriving and departing practically on
However, with the roads from the seal
It is different. Even as far south as the
line of the Rock Island through Iowa,
a fierce bllaard prevailed for twenty
four boors, completely tying up passenger
trains on this road. So badly was the
Una blocked, that trains are being de
toured over ths Milwaukee that Is fortun
ate enough to run through a compara
tively level counu.
r lasts Arc lard.
Trains on the rJurllnatona lowe, line are
from one to four hours isle. The trains
on the Korthwestern are running about
the same as those of the Burlington, the
trouble being east of Boons and along the
V liilly country between mere and Marshall-
u vn. Prom Boone, this way, ths lias is
Ths Great Western la hit about the
hardest of any of tha eastern roads. All
aervtcs west of Carroll baa been aban
doned and from there, trains Into Omaha
are being deteured over the Northwestsra.
Trains on ths Omaha-Mlnneepolls line
of the Northwestern era. lost somewhere
In the Minnesota snowdrifts, none of them
having arrived since Halurday night.
Nothing has been heard from them since
that time. The Northwestern'! lino from
Tracy west through Dakota to ths Black
I Nils la in trouble, ths entire Ut miles be
ing clocked with snow. Over this stretch
of rood no trains have pasrd sines last
Soturrlsy. A doarn rotary snow plows
and Isrgs forces of men are at work and
It Is honed to have the trains running
aume time Tueadsv. The portion of Inn
load from iroquoli. a. u, to Kagle
Urate and the branch Into Clout city
was tied up all day Hunday, as was the
bianch serosa lbs nothern pert of Nv
biaska from Kmerson to Norfolk.
Big Riverview Bear
; Bowed in Grief for
Julius Caesar, Dead
A great cinnamon mother bear crouches
on her haunches In her lair at Riverview
pa ik and groans In a grief that cannot
le a "sussed, for Julius Caesar Eaau, the
(tile rub born Saturday, died Sunday
Cold weslher and Ih ferocity of the
uM bear caused ths death of ths Utile
fellow, who found tlx rigors of ths
weslher too great for endurance and was
kept from assistance by the selfish and
dangarous lovs of his mother.
Since ths death of Julius Caesar Ksau
the old bear has advsrtlsed her grief la
nioans alternating with defiant growls
8 he asked for no sympathy and resented
with flare of fangs aad a' deep growl
of warning approach of man or beast.
Not oven ths keeper has dared enter
the bears den. Pacing back and forth
slowly or attune grimly by her dead the
old bear Issued a challenge and It went
unaccepted, for H waa patent aha meant
business and so waa left eonsplcuoualy
aloaa In bar sorrow.
Attar Julius Caesar Esau was aecured
by ths keeper arrangements were made
far hi burial. Hs wsa a pitiful Utile
object and not worth the time or trouble
and ex pen M to mount. But he waa the
o bear's greatest lovs and sine his
death ah has obstinately refused to
touch food, and the keeper says ahs will
mourn for several da)- after the little
rub has been consigned to the fro ace
New Lots Brought Forward Tuesday
From Our Great Purchase of the Entire New York
Shirt Waist Factory
Thousands of yards of exquisite embroideries, elab
orate allovers, beautiful waist fronts, etc Fresh, new
lots from our immense purchase, brought forward on bar
gain squares for Tuesday.
Elegant $2 Embroideries for $L39 Yard 45-inch fine
Swiss embroidered skirtings, elegant designs in Eng
lish eyelet, floral, blind relief and new com- '190
bination effects, worth up to $2 yard, at, yd.. .
Hand Embroidered Shirt Waist Fronts All linen fronts,
worth np to $1.00-Tuesday, at, QQj
36-inch White and Colored Allover Embroideries 27
inch flouncing", waist fronting", panelings, novelties,
etc, ninny worth up to $1.P0 yard JQa,
bargain square, at, yard weV
All the 18 and 27 inclj Flouncings, Waist Fronting, All
overs, colored embroidery voile bands, etc., 95l
worth up to (JOc yard, at, yard
Medium and Wide Embroidery Edgings and Insertions
Alsi galloons, etc., from the Shirt AVaist factory, odd
lots, etc., worth up to 20c yard, Ca jinfl 1 Ai
in two big lots, at, yard
Seek Near Eggs
Federal Investigation of Omaha sating
houses and restaurant la aald to be now
quietly la progress ks a result of
rumor to tha affect that a hugs quantity
cf "near sets' ha bean shipped her from
fhlrago. This Investigation Is said to be
carried en by Chicago pur food officials
who ara said to hav found trace of bug
quantltlee of eggs adulterated with milk
aad other ingredients and sold In cans
to rests rente. Y he sell them In the shape
f "scrambled'' and other forma of rooked
eggs. Ths cotnmoneat form of use of the
"aear ess" Is la ths making of pastry and
Local officials will say nothing regard-
tog the rumored Investigation.
Preparing Way for
. Seed Corn Specials
Women's Spring Suits and Coats, Made to Your Own
Measure, or, the Models May Be Purchased
Style for spring ltii that are absolutely authentic
300 new Modal Suit from which to cdoom tha gtylea you
wish. Hundred of sample of iprtng material. Showing,
and aala all tola week. . k
35c Embroidered Hulls atl2c Yard
(On Sale Basement Bargain Square)
These charming waistings come in a big range of large
and small embroidered stripes, figures and dots. Here
are the most b'oautiful and richest of new white waist
ings. In order to sell the entire lot of 4,700 yards, we
will sell these high cost waistings on base- A f i
ment bargain square at the extremely . IZy'C
low price of, yard .m,s
Thousands of the newest,
prettiest valentines f 0 r
1912. Scores of novelties,
including new assortment
of valentine post cards,
ut lo and up.
A Great New Shipment
Thousands of pieces of all
kinds. The best plated
ware in America.
M BRANDEIS STORES M
Frank J. Odetl. secretary of tha Ne
braska Baral Ufa commission, wh Is
assisting tha publicity bureau of the
L'oouBerclal dub and the Omaha Grain
Chang la their seed corn campaign, was
la JTremont yesterday to organise the In
terested bualnaa aasn there and la sur
rounding counties la preparing for the J
renting of too seed corn special that wlli
be sent sat by tha railroads. Mr. Odell
will spend tha root of the month la ad
vance work for the a pedal.
OMAHA ON THE INDIAN MAP
AiiiiUnt ' Commissioner Abbott
Talk oa Letting Contract!.
SATS WAREHOUSE HERE TO STAT
Tell aselseee ea that India n-
Traets Will Let Hero Every
Ulber aear tor aa I
P. II. Abbott, assistant commissioner
of In.ilan affairs, at a luncheon given
for him at th Commercial club br Omaha
bualness men declared that Ih success
of -the letting of Indian contract in
Omaha last spring "put Omaha on th
map" with th Indlsn bureau and as
sured his hearers that th contracts will
b let In Omaha every other year, unless
chsng la administration should alter
"I think 1 cao assur you also, he
aald. "that whoever Is at ths head of
Indian affair Omaha Hill havo aa In
dian warehouse aa long aa there la more
tltaa one warehouse."
"Omaha got a place on th map a a
result of th fact nd figures submitted
by the Commercial club," aald Mr. Ab
bott. "Over per cent more bid were
received In the Omaha letting than la any
previous letting of contracts. Omaha bid
ders captured two lo three times as many
contracts as they ever got before.
Home of the Omahans haven t yet got
their money for goods delivered last
spring, but Mr. Abbott say th bureau
la formulating a plan by which It can
nav within thirty days.
Mr. Abbott told of ths successes of th
Omaha and Winnebago Indians aa farm
ers, and said th Omahas bow pay taxes
just like white men and th Wlnnebagor
have petitioned congress to be allowed
to do th same.
loused. Th Increase In juror' pay from
8 to S3 a day I believed to be respon
sible for this situation.
Few of ths excuees offered by Jurors
were honored by Judge Button. ."Juror
are Ilk soldiers." th Judge said. "It Is
a luty and must be periormea, eves at
Calling of th docket consumed an hour
and a half. la many cases tnsrs was ao
response to ths call and Judg Button an
nounced that If there I bo response on
two succeeding calls ths suits will be
dismissed on tha court' motion.
"Vote for Seven" is
v to Go on the Ballots
Voter for commissioners at th pri
mary will be Instructed on the official
ballot to "vot for seven." This decision
waa reached yesterday by City Clerk
Dan B. Butler, who will hav chsrgs of
the making of the ballot.
"I consulted wUh ths elly attorney."
aald Mr. Butler, "with one of th district
Judge and with eaveral prominent at
torney of th city, ana they were nearly
unanimous in Interpreting the law as
directing that seven Instead of fourteen
men be voted for."
A Fartanat Toaaa.
B. W. Ooodloe, Dalles, Tea a. found
a aure relief for malaria and biliousness
In Pr. King's New Life PI I la Only tie.
For sale by Beato Lteug Co.
MIDWAY CASE TO BE TRIED
FOURTH TIME ON FRIDAY
TBere will b another trial of the Mid
way esse, probably Friday.
Loots Plattl appeared before Pel Ice
Jong roster Monday and sake for
a new trial of th caaa la which Jack
BrwesBfleld and Billy CrvtchfMd ara as
deeply later rated. Judge Foster granted
him a reaearla; and aaM that he prob
ably would draw tha Jarors Friday.
Tares Junes hav already disagreed oa
this ease. Th first trial stood four to
tee for csavtctioa. Th second on was
the ta three for conviction and th last
teed Cv to on fee conrtcUoa,
Court Opened Monday
The February ter-n of district court
opened yesterday and by this morning nil
the lew courts will be busy trying cases
ta Juries. Th grand and petit Juries re
ported and detail of getting down to
bustnea war disposed of
Interest la th grand Jury overshad
owed other matter for tha dav. More
petit Jurors than usual reported and a
smaller number thsa uaual asked to be
Who opine Cough
CKOUP TaSTHMA COUGHS
RONCHTTTJ CATARRH COLDS
A , Jtltti" Seiasas et bsa
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HaW elm exrv . aueaa bieaeaiei
mmSm Cm sms ibMat as4 eMea tee cease.
Mia natal lf So. Iiwlsialeatwl
Mm-ai as Mcrl besane.
Dressmakers Forms, in All Sizes,
51.00At the Pattern Department
A Remarkable February Clearance
at the Bennett Store
Closing, out, actually, thousand of dollars' worth of wanted,
thorotiihly reliable merchandise at prteea that will go a long waya to
ward reducing your coat ot living. '
All Odd Lots, Broken Lines, Surplus Stocks, Mussed
and Soiled Goods of All Descriptions Must Co
Which means that at aoma tlma during this month every depart
ment of the store, from the basement to the top floor,
will have something on gale tbat will be of apecial ln
i terest to you-wearlng apparel for men, women and chll-
l Iran; furniture and decoratlona for the noun; yara
f joodg, etc., etc. Vtoit the store erery day poaaiDie. liet
into the aptrit of the occasion. It meana dollar and
dollar aaved to you. 1
Sale of Flat Silver Ware Continued
Tbla ia a clearance of high grade tea
spoons, knives, fork and fancy piece.
usual fair marking.
spoon, dessert ana taoie
Prices are about bait of tba
Tea Spoons, 69c to KMc the act.
Vcetert Spoons, 80c to 1. 1 set.
Table Spoons, f 1.20 to gl.M art,
2J Per Cent Discount on all Hol
low Ware. '
Fancy Piece, 2Sc anil np. -Halve
and - Fork, f 1.U8 to
$5.i8 tlte set. ,
Dak (.brats with 28 Pipers,
S4.9H to 910.00.
tie Furniture Clearance
f-.iTllur stocks st this store never stsgnste. There' constant and heavy
deny outgo, offset b equslly numerous arrlvUbest makers ths country
over are our steady sources of supply. - -
But," you ssy. "1 havs seen the asm piece, or suit, on th tloor lor a
wck. Iwo weeks or three weeks."
Ttue--th floor sanit ies. They remain till tlwy serve their P'"Toe. The
chsntes occur In the su-ks at ths warehouse, represented by floor samples.
To keep suoh vast stocks In trim we must cOMHtsntly weed out short lots,
st vies not re-ratelogueo by the makers, and our own floor sample or
p.n nylea-aa in thU February Clesranca Th price range are given oeiow,
eacli marking telling oi a large saving.
Rotktn of tl.tS to $18.75. afca. Brass SsaV. SS.25 te S40.
Drssrs, S6.7S lo 930.
Chifftutn. 95.75 fe 931.
Drmmng TMu. 915 to 920.
Libtoty roWee. t to 929.
Writing Ocsfcs. 99 to 920.
i J-ece rarter oairos, reero.
Morn CrWr. iS to t2S.
I KHchn CmbinH: U5 to $27.50.
lining Room Chain, 91 lo .
Dining Tobln, 95 to 90.
Boffttt, 919 to 940.
Chinm Catinot; 99 lo 930.
Iron BtU. 92 to 910.
Writing TaU, iS to $19. '
AfWc Cabinrtt, 9 to25.
Confr Stand $2.50 to $15.
Sale of the Famous Sealy Mattresses
For Tuesday Only
' If you wers to try 'to buy these mattresses at any jther tine of th yestr
you would have to py full prlc for them, for they r sold to dealers with
th.. iderstandlng thai the price restriction o upheld. But Tuesday w
wl!l uake an exception of the rul and hern' tho way you will bnflt.
15-lb. 11040 ran1as felt "mattreaa of finest cotton layer, full
bed slse7Tudy SIM
111-00 reaala ealy taftiees mattress with Imperial edge and
crown center; fuii0 lba weight and made of long cotton laysrs;
.fully warranted for t years. Tuesday only 1J0
Four Specials From Our Annual February
White Goods Opening and Sale
By far th largest atock of white goods ever assembled in Omaha
at thla time of the year now Invites your inspection and purchase at
this ator. Every new weave and pattern scheme of authoritative
atyle la represented, and the prices are ao low' you will find It advisable
to aupply apring and summer sewing needs at, once. Among others
will find- J .
27-lnch white 'crepe a material,! 26-Inch Sea Island nainsook,
that promisee to be in great demand-regularly
26o the yard,
gale price, 15. . . .
86-lnch hmg cloth worth 15c
the yard, aale price SI. 38 the
bolt of 12 yards. Tbe 18c grade
is priced at $1.65 tor a-J"
worth 25c a yard, for waists.
dresses, underwear, etc.; $2.50
the bolt of la yards.
30 and 82-Inch white Klaxon in
pretty striped, checked and email
figured designs; made especially
for waists and dresses; 25 the
yard. V i
Grocery Bargains for Tuesday Only
Quality CeasiWeres-.-Msr for a Dollar than m uouar wm Buy tlwlun
Bennett' Capitol flour
-apeclelly priced, at
IT lbs. raaalats atga
Bennett 'pltol Coffee
and 1 atampa. pound
packags for -J'
Aasortsd teas aad
Tea siftltice- and I
u -lb. .ran Bennetts lsp-
Blsmark preserves and
10 stsmpa. Jar ...S5s
Medium sour pickle and
1 atampa, quart ..las
Dill pickles- and 10
atampa, dosea ....IS
Peanut butter and to
stamps, largo Jar ..tea
Full cream cheese and I
2-1 b. pkg. Bennett's Cap
itol oats or psncske
flour, with 1 stanpa
Van Houten cocoa and
stamps, can ....It
J pkg. Bennett s Capi
tol mine meat and I
sumps for . Mo
Seaaty Aiparagas, to
t-ls. roll Vrsaalaas Bat-i alow oat, per can lao
sense loe m i pegs utbson'e aosp
cottage polish, with 1 alamos
iinlakln powder and i i large cane Cottage I polli
1 .ilnip. VT. . aa ! milk and 1 etarop. b6 for
Meat Bargains for 'Tuesday Only
HI TO NM
A Simple Remedy for Dandruff,
"Falling Hair, Itching Scalp
Faded and Gray Hair.
The old idea of using Sage for darken
ing the hair la again coming In vogue.
Our grandmothers had dark, glossy hair
at seventy-five, while our mothers are
gray before they are fifty. Our grand
mother kept their hair soft and glossy
with a "Bag Tea." which also restored
tho natural color.
One objection to using such a prepar
ation was the trouble of making It
This objection hss been overcome by
the Wyeth Chemical Company of New
York, who has placed on the market a
superior preparation of Saga, combined
with Sulphur and other valuable rente-
diss for dandruff, itching
thrn. weak, falling hair.
Tha beauty of th hair depend more
on Its rich, even shading than anything
else. Don't have dry. harsh faded hair,
when a simple, harmless remedy will
bring back the color In a few daya; and
don't be tormented with dandruff. Itch
ing scalp and loose, falling hair.
Wyeth' Sag and Bulphur Hair Remedy
will quickly correct these trouble, and
giveVolor. strength and beauty to your
Get a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today, and prov this to
your own satisfaction. All druggists
sell It, under guarantee that the money
will be refunded If tha remedy is not ex
actly a represented.
Sherman V McConnell Drug Co., Cor.
ltth and Dodge, Cor. Kth and Harney,
Cor. 24th and Famaro, S07-9 No. llh
St., Loyal Hotel.
I lwsf J-li-1 V.
J -' raas.'aAf"- J
Most modern equipment
and the best of service
The man with an office
now demands the most,
exacting care and con
veniences. The Bee
is eituiited in the heart of the commercial distract of
Omaha and gives tenants the best office service to be had.
The elevators are new and their service is faultless. Keeu
janitor attention keeps the rooms scrupulously clean, while
a modern steam plant evenly heats the building in the
coldest weather, offices which are excellently ventilated.
The roan who wants the greatest conveniences and tho
best of attention will find a few choice offices vacant'in
this building now. ,
Men MS rieecptlon Room. Private Office, two larg closets large work
room with two north windows, ideal office lor Engineer, Architect,
Doctor or other professions! men. Mental, per month f46.eo
Boost aa Thl Is a long narrow room, 10x11 1. having a north light.
Rental, per month .17.6e
kooss 430 Hss a north and east exposure, lHx2tt la else, with a fir,
proof vault In corner of room, Thla spec will subdivide Into three
good slsed offkee and make excellent uuartere for any one needing
this atnouut of spare. Kernel price, per month .$40.00.
ha Light, light, plenty of It In this room, thro large windows
This apace Is lliio-l with an entry way 4x7. An exceptionally low
rental at, per montl .v. 116.00
boom 144 Having 921 square feet makes a very pleasant office: having
an east exposure and being near r'arnam street side of tbe building.
. Rent very reasonable . Per month f 30.00
The Bee Building Co.,
Bet Easiness filet, 17th and Farncm Sti
,W will be pleased to hav you step in and sc
our new ator.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
sam Sosth Sixteenth Street, Vaxtoa Block.
Ask Your Doctor
You may cough tomorrow ! Better be prepared for it when it comes.
Ask your doctor about keeping Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the
house. Then when the hard cold or cough first appear you have
a doctor's medicine at hand. Your doctor's approval of Its use
will certainly set all doubt at rest. Do as he says. t3'"'
Free Land Information
The Twentieth Century Farmer, to meet the demand
of .its readers for land information, has gathered and
compiled data on soils, climate and arming conditions
in all parts of the '.ountry. It is willing to give out this
information, free if postage is sent with inquiry.
Do You Want to Know
About government land laws, location of land of
fices, etc. '
How to get irrigation lards, location of projects,
laws Voverning same, etc
Best sections for fruit growing, general farming,
stock raising or dairying.
Yonr questions will get prompt attention. State
plainly and specifically what you want to know. Write,
Land Information Bureau
The Twentieth Century Farmer
' Omaha, Nebraska v
From Omaha to points in
Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
Louisiana, Mississippi, Cuba,
BOUND TRIPS TO '
N'ew Orleans -..$41.00
Jacksonville ....... 50.50
Palm Beach 69.00
Havana, Cuba ...... 87.00
Delightful tours to the Med
iterranean, "West Indies, South
Three superbly equipped
daily trains to Chicago connect
with through trains for the
East and South. Reservations
made via all railroad and
Extra Special Bargains
Tuesday and Wednesday
100 pair fsaalas sua' patent
celt, button and Macaer shoes. M
aad 14.60 duality
500 pair broken lot women's
boss oa toe table kcoken slaee.
Blaober. Sutton, raa metal self
aad pa teat eelt, S3.60 aad H values,
MO pair womea's klrh grade
V boe; SI ansa. Poster, Wrlfht a
Paters aad Armstrongs, $, ts, aad
values, broksa lot beat she
berg-sin a aver glva
too pairs fancy party aad drees
Upper. 4. fs an as veins
BToasa, patent leather, Seeded aad
ONE-FOURTH OFF on All
Misses' tai Children's Hi.h Cot Shoes
AO our pons wreawa'a. Blisses'
aad caildrea'a hire freds eeaool
shoes, la patent eelt, slot kid, gun
, mstal, extra fcigh top, la button
3.00 Shoes, cat sew to .... SSS
a.60 aiioes, cat now te 1.7
sa.00 hoes, cat aew ta .... ilJO
l.M Bhoea, cat aew to i.M
20 PER CtNT OFF
Oa all boys' hlg-k cot tens with
Drexel Shoe Co;
1419 Farnam SL
Best Sport News in Tbe Bee
For . pjirticularp inquire at
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1612 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
. . :
Tifl'i Denial Booms
Results that come from
hincere inquirers, who
reallv want what vou have
for sale, are the kind you
get from Bee Want Ads.
Use them, read them;
they pay- you both ways.
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