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THE BEE: OMAIIA FRIDAY. MAKC1I 8. 1912.
NEW TRAINS jM LINED UP
Hut Through Trains for Milwaukee
. and the Horthwettera,
EaUIFIZHT LHTTREIY STEEL
XSmkx Will Hi ThrMsk
Brtwtee ts Pwrttamd, rlelsn
It Has Has Sat Hereto-
. . , fesa Haa.
Pessenfer Traffic afsnacer Fort of the
Vnloo Pacific, now In Chicago, Tester,
day wind to headquarter th line-up of
the saw passenger service this la to so on
to th Overland system, the Nortnwestsm
and ths Milwaukee Mar 15. With the
exception of soma of the minor details, it
la the same as announced In The Bee
Tnssdsr and aln Wednesday.
Has new traffic arrancenient was
reached after a conference between paa
eencer traffle ofrkrlale aver the three
road and provide tor one new train to
be operated over the Northwestern from
Chicago. A yet. thla train has not been
frren a name. It will be on the de
luxe order, belnc made up entirely of
standard sleepers, a diner, observation
and lounging; and library cars. There will
be bath rooms, stsnocraphers and maids,
affording all the comforts and convenl-
" encas of a well appointed hotel.
The new Northwestern-Union Pacific
train will run solid from Chicago to San
' Fandsco. Passengers will be required to
pay a bonus of fit In addition to the
regular flrat-elaas tare. It takes th place
of the Overland Limited and out th time
from the lake to the ocean to tty-four
honrs. It will leave Chicago dally at 7:1
n. m.. reaching Omaha at a. m. th
following morning. Stops will be few and
far between. Th equipment will be en
tirely new. All cars will be of steel con
struction. ' '
Overland Vera SHIwaakee.
to th rearrangement, th old Overlanl
14ml ted. which will be that train only
la nam, will b t rani f erred over to the
MUwaukes and will leave Chicago dally
at M a. m., reaching Omaha at 11:30
p. m.. the same day. 11m equipment of
thai train will be new and of eteel con
struction. It will carry standard and tour
lit slsspers, chair and observation oars,
library and diner. It wUI mak th run
from Chicago to Ban ITenclaco In seventy-,
Th train over ths Milwaukee will
carry only first clsas passengers and
will slop only s' principal eltle. At
Omaha It will drop on tourist and two
' standard sleeper. At Cheyenne it will
tak on an additional standard sleeper
that will go to Ban Pranatsco.
Of th sleepers dropped out at Omaha
' on (tandard and on tourist will go to
Portland on Union Paelfle No. t and
snot her Id Denver on Union Pacific No.
' u. At Ogden another standard sleeper
' will be dropped out to b taken to Los
Angeles ovsr th San Pedro routs, thus
giving the Milwaukee through car serv
ice by way of Omaha to Portland, Los
'Angtlss and Denvtr, onuth!ng that It
has never heretofore enjoyed. Th return
scbasuls hav not yet been worked out
Westbound th train schedule hsvs
been so arranged that there will be no
waiting for connections In Omaha. With
th uotptlon of anglnes 'th equipment
will be Northwestern and Milwaukee
treat Chicago to th coast. West of Omaha
th road handling th trains will use
their own engine and train crews.
Lsosi officials of th Milwaukee are
Inclined l think they hav In best of
th deal and those of th Northwestern
feel th same. They an all satisfied and
predict a big business for th asw service.
SUFFRAGETTES TO SEND
LETTER TO MRS. PANKHURST
-' Th Ornate Woman Buff rag society
kss voted to snd letter of sympathy
to Mr. Immellne Panklturst, show of
tn militant suffrage activities In Lon
don. ' Th society dlseusssd ndorstng
ths methods being used by th Kngllsli
ruffreaettes la their fight for th vote,
but did not Ddsrs th method. Th
letter- will be personal an to Mrs.
Penkhurst whs mad many friends
asooiit th Omaha suffragists when she
.spelts her th sarly part of th winter.
'. Th sedety deeMsd to glv th suf.
frag play "How to Vote Was Won"
attar last! and to began a amraa f th
city by nreolasts t get an enrollment of
auffraa sympathisers, c. t. Cunnlnr
baa seeks oa com mission form of gov
CAREY MAKES DISCOVERY
MUCH TO HIS AMAZEMENT
' Prank Oarop of th Carey hots). Eigh
teenth and Howard streets, advertised a
house and ban for rent at U? Park sre-
A reader responded and th keys were
turned vsr to Mm that no night look
over the property. Hs returned sod re
ported that ha didn't want th plae
Thsrs's a ban there. To didn't go
to th right place." Insisted Carey.
There Isn't. I goes I ought to know."
, Carey then concluded to show the pros
pective tenant and b took him out to
hi property. It was then discovered to
Carer's amassment that th barn had
beta burred down during th night
GOLDMAN HEARING IS
V PUT OVER UNTIL MONDAY
Th retirement board sitting on th esse
.of I semens nt-Colonol Henry 1. Ootdmen.
of . th Twelfth cavalry, has adjourned
'.until Monday afternoon. The tie sun tor
. this I to allow Colonel Ooldmaa to get
sums witnesses from Port Robinson.
- According to one of th members of the
.rt Bring board who dropped a remark
. shout th case, the sped fie reason for
.'ths attempt to forcibly retire Goldman is
tost be is -eccentric" to sock a deer
.that he I anflt to command troop.
, Ooldmaa la righting his retirement la
a manner that bespeak uythtag but
eccentricity and h ay that th rsssu
be I before th board at all Is bscans
sf srstewerk on th part of certain army
HEAVY DAMAGES ARE
ASKED FOR AN ASSAULT
1 T b assaulted with a hammer, a snot
gsa, two pairs of flsts and th butt at a
buggy whip is worth sU.se of any man's
money, according to Wllaam Brown, oon
vaetlng csraenter of Council Bluffs, who
has filed a suit for damages In the fed
eral court galat Al Dana and Bay Mew
ten, fanner luring near Ponoa, Kan. Th
aliegsd asssuH atmried October B and
;i brought to the attsstrion of the fed era1
court bscaose R 1 aa teierstat matter
r which over . is Involved.
. Tae key Is sums m Imiaiss I Uh
. psrsnneat and judicious an of newspaper
o-r fl kVnIML L ll
oark II l J VJ-' - II I Call,
took I -JV I drea'
ates's , V Y 1 f J 1 f 1 J Cloaks
ults ' I - i aJ m I sb) I -ji a, 'V as
tttTM J ' I VJ t "I", Draws
New Shipment Just Received
French All Yool Challies
At 29c Yard and 25c Yard
The same kind that created such a furore the past
week. Borders, allover patterns, Persians, rings, dots,
Email, neat patterns and floral effects. ,
All the Foil Pieces on Front Bargain Square, an
at yard ...5iJC
All the Bemnant Pieces from 2 to 8 yards, OCa
at yard .....v
All Wool Dress Goods Remnants 29c-39c yd
Serges, tamise cloth, Ottomans, poplins,
novelty suitings; also 54-inch brown and gTay
repellant suitings. , . ,
New Spring Dress Giods, Worth $1, 50c yd
Many are 54 and 60 inches wide Victoria suiting, serges,
novelty dross goods, broken check and pretty (tripe In various
widths. They all go on bargain square.
Matched Pieces All Wool Dress Goods
All match up many as 10 of one
pattern bargain square, at each...,
All the Short Matched Pieces and Sin
gle Pieces, at each
Remnants and Sample Pieces of Allover Laces and Em
broidered Chiffons All kinds, at 25c each.. L
French and German Val. Laces and Insertions.
Also dainty crochet and cluny effects, platt vals., cur
taiu cluny lnces; worth up to 12Jc yard,
bargain square, at yard ,9C
Sample Strips and Remnants' of Embroideries
In the Basement -
All kinds of edgings and insertions; thousands of
pieces up to one yard in length, tv, p. fn
at each .V-tfV"lVl
Erery Squire in the Basement Will
Hue a 6i Special Bargain Friday
' (Here are big attractions:
Remnants of fancy white
goods, lawns, barred ami
striped Swisses, nain
sooks, worth up to loo
yard, at . J,
Sic quality Mercer
lied aateena, lengths
np to yard all
the new 191)
New fancy mercerized
striped Oxford cloth,
would sell In a reg
ular way at f A
!5e. per yd...!U
Gingham piece, In
lengths up to one
yard, many to match
grade, each. . .ujt
Short lengths various
kind printed good
lor comfort cover
Scotch and cliambray
ginghams for house
dresses, aprons, chil
dren's school dresws,
etc., lengths up to
10 yards, at yd.
tOe quality pretty
pattern bat late, for
summer dressca and
Yard wide light and
dark pattern per-
aleo, dresa lengthg
of then Vic 71
grade, at yd.. 1 2C
Printed Scrim and Etauiine for curtains,
and drapery purposes, worth up to 25c yd.,
Four Specials in Linen DepL
Kill Ends Bath Towels at 10c Large size, extra
weight, made of very heavy double ply terry. .- l A
' About 50 doz. Actually worth up to 25c, each." . . 1UC
Mill Ends Table Padding at 15c yard 54-inch heavy
weight double fleece table padding; 39c qual- 4 C "
ity, at yard , 10 C
Piano Scarfs at $149 Large size Uennissanee Lace
Piano Scarfs many attractive patterns, tf-f A A
at each 1.4V
93c Dresser Scarfs at 49c Large assortment of beauti
ful, hand made renaissance dresser scarfs, A A
special at 4 C
SOME WONDERFUL REDUCTIONS IN OUR
Sale of Hair Switches
i Second Floor and Pompeian Room
It Nataral Wavy Switch at 0c
fl.(0 Natural Wary 23-ln.h.
Switches, at SNc
: 4-loch Natural Wary Swltrhea. -ff
Switch, at S10.00 f J
IS Natural Wavy Gray Swltrhea. II i,
at .'. a.40 n
Large Cluster Puffa. IJ value.
l aanaoie if air ivoua, . .ow VVC I S'i'Jt
rine Jiuster runs. , vaiuea, .js
l wo enrt largo us ,is ior..oc
Advance Notice of a Great Sale
ALL THE ODD LOTS OF MEN'S SPRTNQ SUITS
FROM THE BOURSE STOCK WILL BE SOLD SAT-
URDAT. THEY WERE MADE
TO SELL AT 112.50 to $252 LOTS
Watch Friday Evening Papen for the Details.
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps Given
With All Purchases at This Store.
Here's the Suit Opportunity You Have
Been Wishing Would Come
New $25.00 Suits
It isn't necessary to give all the details -concerning
this sale-how the maker
come to make price concessions to save
shipping some of these back because
there were more than we ordered-for the
SAVINGS ARB REAL andCEXUIXE.
Ail are new Spring 1912 Models.
Made of serges, mixtures and other
fine all wool suitings in blue, black, tan,
gray and new light shades. , ,.
Snle begins with all sizes
Blue Serge Coats, $12.50
Extra quality serge. In newest style, trim
med with contrasting collar and cuffs. You
will find them to be extra value in every par
ticular. Choice of blue and black.
Our Greatest Millinery Challenge
Sale Begins Next Monday
More particulars concerning it in the next issue of
this paper. '
For Bargain Friday Only
23 doien, first quality,
pitcher like the illus
tration, t quart alia
regular 35c 4
values, Ktl- II In
23 down. No. I
blue and ' white
kettle, like cut,
86c val- . .
ties, VH1 CJ
Water Pails, 10c
It dozen, heavy quality,
10-quart, galvanised wa
ter pall like the Illus
except with oth- .? y-j
er gooda-19c . 1 1 If
vaiuea, Friday .,
40c & 50c Enameled Sauce Pans, 25c
Ivory enameled,' four-coated goods. Como In 3 and
30c, 3-quart, four-coated. Ivory enam-' ' 7 f
eled padding pans, like cut; Friday only.
Dollar Sale of. Women's Shoes
These shoes will he dlplay4 oa the Barrel Tible rrMny
aaa vva win ziaa vajaee nof uf irvm esj.uu to SS.UO toe pssr,
la various style sb leathere. Imsll else, of course, hat
sne see sarsaias jqm ever anew u jon oaa no russ.
rang Iran 1 to
Are Cut Price DousInThe
Big Pure rood Grocery
stampo, lh. . .Sao
1 Ilia Bennett's
beet wf fee and M eiampa for
Assorte lea and 11 staoius, lb. o
Tea slftlnss and 1 stamps, lb. It
5..IO. can pure pepper and 4 stamps
Irtll pit-kiss and I stan.pe, bottle. 10
1-lb. ran Meiiuett'a capltol bakln
puwder and tit atamps .4e
Tor ths XMotea Oeaeoa
Xjara oaekser Oaly 10
t Jars peajiut butter a It st ps, Oe
UelUe.nl s ullv ell aud t atainp
bolt I rnr
pkee. bnnett's Capitol mine
ease Toek Tlclet tellet
and 1 etantna
1 cane sl rlmps and 1 Staaipa, a
toe n Hennett'a Capitol (rated
plneaupl tut la
OS )mt pneens Ms fee see
Bis eaaa Codec milk and 1 stamp
Van Camp's suahetti and I atamps.
ran for It
1 rates K ret frees corn and IS stamps
of Waste O Is ties as Tsplee
Oaarlette kases. ssade snthest
f Is our bi( Pur 'ood Urucery
Friday and eaturday.
A Oee Book MM with every
tw pavaa sold.
AIjo a inalvUnal alamlssm
Ssol free to each rustumer pur
rliea4tt two paosaae rYlday aad
Fresh Country Eggs ,
22c a Dozen.
i lbs. 7c jep rice for ............lie
Beauty Green Aaparacu ami 1
stamps, can , SOe
t cane tarly June . pea and 1
atan. p . ftoo
Walker hot tamelo and 11 stamps.
U1 hlals of Tsfetaal aad flower
seeds, peeks- SVi
Bennett's Capitol extract .and It
ststnps, bottle la
DOl'Bf.K PTAMP8 ON GRANU
l-lb roll premium butterine ,...U
Bis bars Crystal Wilts aoap and 10
etainpa fur U
Biilder chll auc and II stamps.
Untie for aa
Full cream cheese and 1 atamps.
rslnl swla cheese and II stamps.
A Kew Ckr of Bedlaada Onagrs.
Red Lands orange are special ly
noted oa account of their uni
form siie, the Juiciness and flnn
ness of the meat and tha rich, rare
flavor. Al an extra Inducement,
for Friday, we win give 10 8.
IL Creei Trading 1 Stamp Free
with earn doxen at 15 20 f?
S5 30 35.
Fancy spinach, peck 25
3 lb, beet dates for 25
3 qts. Cape Cod Cranberriea 2S(
Fresh crop bi k walnuts, pk. 25f
FISH and MEAT BARGAINS for FRIDAY
Fresh Baby Halibut, 12V.C I Lamb Chops, 3 lbs. for 25c
Fancy Large Mackerel, 15c Lamb Stew, 6 lbs. for 25c
In bottles on and after
Brewed in Omaha. . .
Order a case of this de
licious brew sentyto your
v RETAIL DEALER.
Douglas 119. Ind. A. 2119.
Three strong expressions concerning Electric Power
used by the largest produce house in tho'west.
This is what Kirschbraun & Sons have to say about
Electrio Tower " "We are glad to testify to the clean
and satisfactory power service you are furnishing us.
"We not only find it the best motive power, but the
surest, safest and most economical.
"We would not use anything but electricity in our
plant as we have tried other power and KNOW whereof
Let our Contract Department solve your power prob
lem. The services of an Industrial Engineer furnished
free of charge. '
Omaha Electric Light
NEW PIANOS FOR RENT
Free Tuning Free Insurance
Free Drayage When Rented 6 Months
00 Per Month
13114313 FARNAH STREET
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.
BRANDEIS STORES M
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nobody knows that ypu are
doing business, and it won't be
long before you'll not know it
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