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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1913)
IHh Ubh: OMAHA, lfcsA 11 WDAY, ,1AM AKA I liMo.
UNUSUAL GOAT SALES
AT ORKIN BROTHERS
PACELS POSTJJSINESS BIG
Nearly 50,000 Packages Handled in
Omaha in Fifteen Days.
PROMPTNESS IS A FEATURE
Uiwk'u Values In Haiti Scwlclto
l'lu-hes and Caraculs, Satur
day at SI 5.00.
Their $10.00 Sale or Cloth Coafs
Saturday Will I'rovo a I'lcnv
iK'irea Are Secured Shimlni
Amonnt of 1'urliimrn Sent
nnil Those Mnlteil from
Oihln Rrotherr, corner of Sixteenth and
llnrney ttreets, will introduce a nuw anil
what piomlsos to liu a popular feature
In department etoro sales enterprises
on Saturdity of this week, tho events
starting promptly at S o clock In tho
morning. This offering of coats Is n
part of tho clearance sale they have been
conducting for a number ot duys past.
In one lot they aro showing rich, graee
ftil Salts sealette plush and caracul coats,
garments that retail under ordinary con
ditions nt I'B and up to $50, at a choice
of any in the selection at 113.
Another niortment include high
grade, stylish broadcloths, caraculs,
novelties, mixtures, white corduroys,
clbcllnes, diagonals, double faced and
white blanket coats, all worth $23, JM) and
up to V&-&0, at a choice ot only $10.
Many and beautiful Indeed aro the gar
ments In both assortments, with patterns
and sizes In a wonderful variety.
The store windows, which aie attrac t -InK
much attention, are resplendent in
artistic dress, while the charming cloak
department smacks of careful prepara
tion for an event of this kind to make
shopping a Pleasure. Advertisement.
Sloan's Liniment is a great rem
edy for backache. It penetrates
and relieves the pain instantly.
That OmaJia has taken the paiccls pout
favorably Is shown by tho report of Post
master Wharton to Postntattcr General
lllli'lioopk fill- Ihn flrtt firtoon ,lo ' Kii.l.
is also good for sciatica.
Mr. Fi.irrmjut Normax, of Whittler.
Cllf. writes : - " I litul my hack hurt In
the Boer war I tried all klnrtnor dope
without succeaa. Two irrrk gn I pot a
bottle of Sloan's Liniment to trT, The
first application naured instant relief,"
CaM y all iJialm. ?rlc 20c. Me. 1.0.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan - Boston, Mass.
under tho new system,
tho postofflce clerk handled
Tho report Is mudo upon the request of
tho l'ostofflco department In order that
an estimate of how tho system Is work
ins could be ascertained.
Parcels which were mailed In Omaha
and delivered locally or to addresses in
Omaha amounted to 1,3,2 pieces. Tlio
amount of postago used for theso pieces
was S6S.ZP. The average weight for these
1,37a pieces was twelvo ounces. There
wete 18,t;? Incoming parcels, which were
delivered In Omaha, making a total of
I4.S4S parcels delivered to residents of
Omaha people mailed 51,412 parcels
which weie sent out of tho city. Tho
ono pound and two ounces. The postago
uscu on tncfco parcels amoiimru 10
j Tho total number of parcels ro-
jielved at the OmaJia postofflec, both In
coming and outgoing, reached tho grand
total of 4C.2&8. Of this number SOS dis
patched parcels were Insured nnd C0r par
cels dcllvcicd wero Insured.
This enormous amount ot business ban-
I died In Omaha alone shows that the mcr-
I I hunts of this city have discarded the
express companies to a largo extent for
the government service. Of the first fif
teen days thero were two Sundays and
one holldiry. which rightfully shows that
this amount of business was handled In
twelve working days.
Although the business has been rushing,
the railway mail clerks, according to As
sistant Superintendent Johnston, havo not
found the task burdensome. Mr. Johnston
Fays he hns received but twelve com
plaints during the first fifteen duys,
which he considers wonderful, when the
parcels post was something practically
unknown to the mall clerks, and no sys
tem had been arranged for tho handling
of the parcels by tho clerks. Tic said bis
department could handle twice as many
packages as they have during the first
lifteen days and still not feel tho burden
Oldham Must Pay
for Support of His ' I
Wife and Child'
Hrrmhrl V. Oldham o' Hlla city. 111.
who sought to annul the marriage, of his
son. Charles 11. Oldham, to MtM ltaiel
P. Swni Uembcrg -if Omaha, now must
defend his son ngulnst a ermrge ot wife
and child abandonment. Young Mrs. Old
ham went to lalla City this week and
piocured the arrest of her husband, who
hal gone to his father's homo pevrrat
weeks befotc. The senior Oldham la a
leading Dallas City bt sinesa man.
Young Oldliam camo to Omaha last
spring mill went to Vicrk In tho Union
Pacific railway shopK. There lie met a
relative of Hacel SwarUonberg and
shortly after ho formed tho girl's ac
quaintance. At the time she was living
with her mother. Air. Julia Swortzou
berg, at 3510 JCmmct street.
Oldham and Miss bwnrtzenberg were
married last May, the young man pro
curing tho nuurlus Ihense nnd giving
his ago as 21. A row dtys later the Benlor
Oldham Instituted 8ult against tho gill
wife, who m.s IS, to annul the marriage,
alleging thut his boy was a minor and
falsely swore, he waa of ago. Tho suit
never was brought to trial. Young Old
ham turned a deaf eai to his father's
older that he come home. "
A few uecks ago joung Oldham left his
wife. She was Poor and her mother was
Xor. Th. girl appealed to J. M. l.eldy.
county administrator ot charity. Mr.
l.eldy Is not unacquainted In Dallas
City. The county paid Airs. Oldham's
faro to her husband's home. She took
with her a letter from l.eldy to a Dallas
City attorney. Tlve result was a com
plaint agnlnst young Oldham, lie Is un
der bond to support tho girl and her
child until hlrf trial
Omaha's Greatest Clothing House
Immense Showing of
A t One-Half Price
EVER bofore in the history of this store havo wo sold as many
overcoats as wo did this season. It was necessary for us to
make additional purchases and they arrived this week. Over
coats galoro to show you. Tho roul swell, snappy, stylish kind
with or without holts, convertible collars and tho now shawl collar;
inodium length up to 52 iuohos, single and double breasted; Chinchillas,
the light weight, but warm, durable fabric, in the brown, gray nnd
bluo. Self, fancy plaid, lined overcoats in many different patterns,
black and bluo korseys for dress; Auto coats, Great coals, many
waterproof nnd windproof, in fact, many now novelties thai havo
never before been shown in Omaha.
LEONARD TAKES THE
FIRST TRAIN TO CHICAGO
Git tha Original and Genuino
HO R LICK'S
The Food-drink for All Ages.
ForInfants,Invalids,and Growing children.
Invigorates the nursing mother and the aged.
Rich millc, malted grain, in powder form.
A quick lunch prepared ia a minute.
Take no substitute. Ak for HO RUCK'S.
Not In Any Milk Trust
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHERAND CHILD
IIJIS. W1N8LOW3 EOOTH1NO SYKUP tin
been vtci for orer SIXTY TEAKS bj MIIAJOMd
f MOTI1EHS (or their CHILDltlJW WI1&N
TICKTHINa. with raHFECT SUCCKS3. It
COT1IE3 the CHILD. SOtTEXs the OUMS, AL
IJlYS all PAIN: CUHE8 WIND COLIC, an it
tt belt remedy (or DIARRHOEA. It U aim.
lulely lMrmlcis. Be aura andiatk tor "Mr.
Wlnilon't Bootblng Srrup," and take u otket
Uaa. Twtnty-JlT casta a hottl.
I'hailes Leonard ot Cliicago, who a
I few weeks ago was arrested on a charge
' ot earn ing concealed weapons, was lfl-
leased on his' own recognizance by Judge
button in tho criminal dhlslon ot tlu
district court, l.conaid took .the first train
When nrl-aigned a tew days ago
Leonard declared lie had lost 539 while
In jail. He said, he had carried a weapon
'or protection against strikers, who had
thieatened his life. Investigation devel
oped thlit there was no tvuth in Ins
stories. Fellow 'mlsoners testified they
believed he wps Insane. The insanity
lommlsslon said he was not strong men
tally, but would not declare lilin Insane.
It was agreed he was not a fit subject
'o be sent to Jail or the penitentiary.
Aviator Joins the
Navy at This Point
James l.eonel Harris, for the last two
years a professional aviator In France,
hn Joined Uncle Sam's navy as a ma
chinist mate, second class. lie enlisted
at the Omnha recruiting tatlon. It is
his Intention of entering tho service pri
marily to get Into the aerial service. Mr.
Harris, who was born in Louisiana, went
to France when ho was 15 yearB ot age,
A..., 1.U .. II. .J mt ...... . . '
" nun mill incic tince, naving conic
to the United Slates on December 7.
While In Paris ho matlo many flights,
being one of tho few men who ever flew
ncross tho Kngllsh channel.
Our half price sale of thousands of suits for mon
continuous. We have sizes to fit any man's build.
ished our stocks, so you have a very
and young men
Wo havo rcplon-
largo assortment to select from
FUNERAL OF MARTHA J. !
BRIGGST0 BEHELD SUNDAY
Martha J. Briggs. "." years old, widow
of Tt. T. Urlggs. who for thirty-five years
was (mployed at the Union Pacific shops,
died Thursday at tho Odd Fellows' home
nt Yorl: and her body las been brought
to Omaha for burial. The funeral will .
h4 hfld Sllllllliv llftiirnntiti nt nnljirtr '
fiom the Bralley & Dorrance chapel
with Interment at Picspcct Hill cemetery.
SUITS AND C7EQ
50 SUITS AND
mm 11 mi i iiiwiii i m ii mammamm
APPLEBY LOOKS FOR BIG
BUSINESS THIS SUMMER
The Girl Without a Mouth
STARTS NEXT WEDNESDAY
Watch for it
Mlnutte Fleet I.envra Colon.
COI3X. Jan. 17. The second division
of the rutted States Atlantic fleet, which
lias been here since January 12, sailed for
Guantanamo last night. All the offlceis
and, men visited the canal during their
Btay: The first division of the Atlantic
fleet Is due here on January 20.
Hob Appleby, formerly ot Stanton. Neb.,
but now one of tho lending lumber manu
facturprs of the Pacific coast country.
Is luTtwfiom Portland, Ote., where his
mills arc locatod. He Is anticipating a
heavy business the coming summer and
anticipates that the entire central west
Is to experience great activity In the mat
ter of building.
FEDERAL COURT DOCKET
FAIRLY WELL CLEARED UP
How (0 Avoid Serious
Kidney and Bladder Trouble
The serious forms of kidney or bladder
d.sease. such ae Brlght's disease, chronic
rhetimatlsm or drend diabetes, can be
easil avoided if taken In time. The fol
lowing simple formula should be taken
as soon as first symptoms are noticed:
Cot six ounces best gin, add to It one
half ounce Murax Compound and one-
half ounce fluid extract Buchu
one to two teahpoonfuls of this mixture
after each ineal and at bed time. It
quickly stops back pains, rheumatic pains
In the Joints, dizziness and other well
known Indications which show wea knees
of theso much worked organs.
The Ingredients of this formula can be
had In any well stocked drug store and
nro easily mixed. Be sure to use good
pure gin also the genuine Murax Com
pound, which comes only In sealed wood
en tubes, as any substitute will not give
leuch good results. Advertisement
I .iiirymen who nave uecn serving lit the
i federal court for tho last two weeks
weie discharged from duty by Judgo El
liott. The docket has been cleaned with
tho exception of a few cases which will
not require juries for trial. Judge
Klllott expects to leave Omaha cither
Saturday night or some lime Monday.
GRAIN SHIPMENTS ARE BIG
Railroads Taxed to the Utmost to
Handle the Business.
NEW FIELDS ARE OPENED UP
Di-rannil for XebnmUn (iritln U Bnor-
nnd airmlteM of Oiimlin
Grain KxehmiK" Are
Omaha Club to Elect
Tho members or thn Omaha club will
hold their annual meeting Hutunlny
evening nt S o'clock, at which will bo held
tho regular election of dlicctors, together
with tho consideration of other Important
business. Tho meeting will bo preceded
by a dinner, which will bo served at 6
p. m. Tho retiring directors aro M. U
Learned, C. T. KountzuS 10. h. Ulxon and
W. H. McCord.
twenty players busy scheming to beat
hhn. This has been his profession for
thpT'last nineteen years nnd he Is profi
cient. A match between hint and Alfred Jor
dan, tho champion ot the -world, Is now
being negotiated for a J10.0CO purso. The
outlook vln thnt tha conTest"' wilt takt
place In Unglnnd, the home Jordan,
some time In April,
Miss Loulbb Lsplin of the Great Wett
ein offices Is conllnM to tier hotiin with
an Injured foot and t Inori nrlannltn- li
Take ! threatened.
H1L" " k 1. MN&jBis
III'. i.A.ifcili , L'TZTV I '
HULL! liUHHiaJal I KJiLlL
1111 IKMMETIT Ofl'A
III I.' I wr 1 iy-itcx fllf
nil mzmr-m m
Lasts for years. Eaily mo-red
from place to place.
For best results use
writes us that he warms his
milk-waon on cold days
with a Perfection Oil
He makes his rounds
in comfort. Zero weath
er doesn't bother him.
This milkman has
adapted this wonderful
little heater to his own
You may not drive a
milk-wagon, but there are
countless ways in which
one of these heaters would
be a convenience and
comfort to you in your
home. You can adapt it to
your own requirements.
At Dealer Evrywhere
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
K ?.- "liarry. general freight agent ot
thu Missouri Pacific, la In town for tho
day. lie says that tho movement ot
grain out of Nebrask-i, Kunsas and- Mis
souri to southern points is the heaviest
Assistant General Freight Agr nt Clilbam
and City Passenger Agi nt Uonoiclcii . ot
the Great Western have gone to St. Joe
to attend tho annual fnmily meeting or
company agents T.v.i hundred freight
and passenger men m cxpecteu to be In
.NrhniNknilN nt the llotclx.
Kd Mhttoaon of l0.)ms, j. c. Laytor
of Pllgcr, Guy Used of Cody and A. J.
Petrlck ot Lampbjll arc guests of the
G. N. Titus of NemHlm. O. W. Brandt
of North I'ratte -inM I)orey or Wood
bine and J Illggens of Koger are at
K. O. Larson of
Ti'rAlnm Ph.. i.
i?,n,eTi vbl0"' lC4 NVlller or Norfolk
iit tlu- LoynT'' )r acil0vtt are stopping
William Shearer of rtundclph. John A.
Dayis of Butte, O. AI. Denny of ltcdflcld
and Mr. and sirs !,,. ,,1; ,
Merna are stopping at tho J'a'x'ton.
S,fi ".I11 M,TB M c n'alr of IJncoln.
. ,V lloYf. otr Hasting. Mrs. W W
Walter and Airs. Ta AValter of Columbus
Ilerishaw S'm'n!la f Gwieva &ro at t"-
Putting forth every,. effort vdthln their
power, agonts of roads here aro unable
to coino anywhere near securing enough
cars to handle tho grain that Is ready
for shipment. All of the roads are short
Most of the grain that Is moving andq n,en
ready for movement Is going south, not
so much for export as for milling and
for feed on tho plantations and In the
Within the lat ten days more thnn
200,000 bushels of Nebraska wheat has
gone out of Omaha, consigned to SM.
Louis mlllerh. During the same period
200 cars or corn und oats hae gone to
Texan and Louisiana for tho plantations
of thopo state?, Arkansas having taken
about half as much more.
The growth of kafflr corn, which Ims
come to be an Important crop in Ne
liiiiakn. him onened a now industry with
a market at Cedar Itaplds, Ia. So far I
this week fifty cars of this grain huvo
come into Omaha and sent onto Cedar
flaplds, where it Is used In tho manu
facture of cereal foods by the mills there.
Ono Omaha firm this week hus shipped
20,00i) bushels of oats to Atlanta, Ga and
has orders for 60,000' bushels more to be
delivered during this month and next
The Updiko Elovator company has
secured the contract for 220.000 bushels of
oats to he delivered at government posts
along the Mexican border and in tho
southwest. This grain has commenced
to move and the contract will be filled
during February and March.
Dentil from lllooil I'olaon
was prevented by O. W. Cloyd, Plunk,
Mo., who healed his dangerous wound
with Bucklcn's Atnlcu Kale. Only 25c
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise-
CHAMPION H0B0 CHECKER
PLAYER HERE SATURDAY
s. S. Bell, champion hobo checker
player, will give an exhibition of remark
able skill at cross-board nnd simultane
ous checker playing Saturday at H p. m.
at tho Young Men's Christian nsaoclatlon.
Nobody Is barred from the match and
ho promises to keep, all at one time.
$25 Suits Reduced to $17,
Wo niiiHt reduce our stock of woolens. Wo nnist keep
our inilors busy; henco the Great Reduction Sale.
Suits and Overcoats, to order, $17.50; reduced from $25.00
Suits and Overcoats, to order, $20.00; reduced from $30.00
Suits and Overcoats, to order, $30.00; reduced from $40.00
Wc use good linings nnd guuranteo every garmonfc
uerfecl in fit nnd style.
I MacCarthy- Wilson Tailoring Co.
304-306 South Sixteenth Street
HOW TRAINED NURSE
CURED HER PIMPLES
, A tiaJneU nurse in New York writes:
Oct 17. 1913. -t WUB troubled with acne
(or pimples) for three years. My face
was broken out with pimples, and would
at times get like raw meat, I tried
'all eorts of sulves nnd soaps. J received
samples of Iteslnol Poap and Reslnol
J Ointment, and they helped mo very much.
I After using them I bought the regular
size of each, and my face la now perfectly
clear and smooth. My friends aro asking
me what 1 used, and I shall be glad to
I recommend Reslno." (Signed) Miss B.
I Virginia Peterson. Trained Nurse, 607 W.
' 170th Street, New York.
' The soothing, healing baliarrw In Itesl
rol Ointment and Reslnol Soap, onc
ttate every tiny pore of the skin, clear-
, Ing it ot all Impurities, driving away
e uma. rashes, ringworm, psoriasis, and
other eruptions, and niaklng pimples and
( blackheads Impossible Proscribed by
Ihjs'cians for eighteen yonrs. Sold by
ml druggists. For free wimples write to
r t T. Resinol Chemical Co., Bait!-
Iladlum, wireless eleetilelty and liquid
air will be the theme of a lecture to lie
given In the Orelghton university audi
torium Saturday evening by Prof. Patty,
an eastern lecturer and expert on these
subjects. Tickets havo been distributed
among the students of the university, and
lruny friends are expected to attend.
LTIm subjects to he discussed appeal par
ticularly to tno aliments rrom tueir scien
tific standpoint. Prof. Patty will send
and receive messages In full view of tho
uiidlcnc". will .lng bells at a distance,
with the wireless. He will also have with
him several tubes of ladlum. He lec
tured to the Crelghton students In their
auditorium six years ago.
PROFESSOR PATTY TO
LECTURE AT CREIGHT0N
CLIFFORD HAYES GETS
Clifford Hayes, who tried to end u
lovers' quarrel by killing his sweetheart,
Lola Tompson, at a dadca at Twenty
fourth and Orant streets, pleaded guilty
to a churge of shooting to wound, In tho
criminal division of district court and
was sentenced to tho penitentiary for one
to twenty years.
Mlsa Tompson'a affections had strayed
from. Hayes. When lio wanted to dance
with her, however, sho was about to
consent, when her sister objected, Ilnyes
then began shooting. William Ransom,
who tried to stop the trouble, got a bullet
In a foot
erge and Corduroy
600 splendid now dresses, in ado up In high
grade mossallnes, all wool serKcs and conlu
roys, etc.. In tho prettiest of new styles, every
leading color, nil women's and misses' sizes.
Not n dress In tho lot would sell for less than
$8 CO nnd ns high as $15. Through an extraord
inary purchase; on sale Saturday, at
Final Windup of The Famous Cloak Co.'s
STOCK-of COATS, SUITS and FURS
FancyOloth Fancy Cloth Tailored Tailored
Coats- Coats Suits Suits
Worlli t o Worth t o Worth t o worth t o
$15.00, a t $22.50, a t $15.00 a t $25.00 a t
en. $4.98 on. S7.98 en. $4.98 ea. .$9.98
Worn en's Silk Measa- House Dres- Worn en's
Lin gerie lino Under- !,s AVtjrth S w e aters
, . . , . . $1.50; snlen- . ,, . ,
W a i sts skirts did light and All styles
Worth $1.00 Worth $2.9S d,ark colored and colors, at
i Ad.. i ta fabrics, at up from
at ... 40(.1' at . . . UQC each . . Qfl each . .
1,1200 Pairs of Men'N and Women's Bhocs Worth $3.50, f
$1.00 and $5.00, Saturday at , 4 1 aOlv
Avomen's a it tl
75o values, 3)
Misses' and Hoys'
The NOVELTY &
No. J6 3T OMAHA
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