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TTIE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DECEAIHETl 2, J9H.
BEW CAR IM VIS OPENED
Extension to Southwest Tart of Citj
Row in Operation.
CEIEBRATIOS MAEKS OFEXISrG
It. t. Don ere rra tar Servlre Affarle
fcr rr rni7 w. wet-
Tftl- af Kfferts
Tha Center street cer lint Is finished to
reren-elshths of mile wwt of Forty
eighth street and cart ' are running.
Regular twentr-mJnote service hu be
gun. The first cam were run over the
new extension Monday afternoon. Citt
erns living along the new extension
tum4 out In hundreds to meet the oar
at th end of tha Hit with a brass band.
T-heni of Beals school and a load of
exhool children occupied tha first car
that made tha run,
N. P. Dodg. jr., spoke In behalf of tha
West Center community. Ha praised tha
sctt1o the Omaha and Council Bluffs
Street Railway company In general ef
ficiency, neatness and cleanliness of eara,
to., and thanked tha car company In
naif of tha West Center street com
munity for tha new extension, which will
develop tha community a greet deal.
O. W. Wattles rpnke In behalf of tha
rar company. Ha told tha people of tha
obetaoVee tha company baa encountered
In getting" tha line through. Ha aald tha
company bad wanted to make tha it ri
al on for tha laat two years, and that pro
tests arose from ona source and another
against tha we of certain route 11
pointed out that tha company la bera to
anrra tha nubile and that It Intenda to
do ao ta eptta of obstacles.
Tells How Easy it
Is to Loop the Loop
Art ftmtth, the loop-fho-loop artist, and
lila aeroplane proved a big- attracttoa at
tha Brandeta Stores yeiterday. flmlth
had nla machine on display and. be
tween 11 and 11 o'clock he lectured on
tha science) of aviation and looplng-the-loop
In tha air. Smith explained now aaay
It can be done U you know bow and bow
safe It la if you are thoroughly familiar
wtth tha tricks of the air. A larce crowd
waa oa hand to hear Smith'- pereonal
story and ther listened In rapt attention
to every word. Smith will lecture again
Wednesday and Thursday moraine; and
is Started in Omaha
Omaha lodge No. S of tha Scandina
vian Brotherhood of America waa Insti
tuted In tha Danish Odd Fellows hall,
Twenty-fifth avenue and Ieavenworth
street, Monday night by Prank Burman
of Spokane, grand secretary and treas
urer of the order. Fifty members are on
tha new charter.
The following officers were elected:
Charles O. Lobeek, past president; B. A.
Conteer, president; N. A. Luiidgr.n, rice
president: Blrger Kvenild, recording sec
retary: Carl H. Johnson, vice recording
secretary: Oscar A. Helqulst, financial
secretary; 8wan Larson, treasurer; Sam
uel Christensen, chaplain; Robert A, Far
berg, conductor,; Jacob Hansen, Inside
guard; Frana Kelson, C. C. Borensoo, A.
P. Hansen, trustees; bylaw committee, N,
F. Toorson, John A. Anderson and Frana
Soeches were nuyJe by C. O. Loheck,
Otto Nelson, C. If. Anderson, A. . Haa
sen. S. A. Coroeer, N. A. Laindgran and
others, expressing tha Certainty of a great
future for tha organisation In Omaha.
The brotherhod now has lodges In nearly
every state In tha union and has a great
field, admitting people of Scandinavian
birth or descent. Its alma and objects
ara to unite fraternally and socially the
oand1navlan people and to educate them
In American Institutions and history,
, The next meeting will be December, 14.
Many Enlist in Anpy
During Last Month
While the array recruiting station here,
with its branch stations In nearby cities,
had the largest business last month of
any month since It was established, the
navy recnfitlng station bad tha smallest
number of enlistments recorded in many
A total of eighty-three men Joined the
pmny and were -rt from Omaha to va
rious training stations durtoir
J-ifty enllted at Omaha, seventeen at!
J-lncoln, nine at Dea Moines and seven
,t Sioux City. During the last three
forking days of the month fifteen en.
Hated at Omaha alone, so Sergeant Fred
Hansen and his assistant here were
The nary recruiting station's rop .
ord for the month waa not due to any'
- Bpimcenis, ror eighty-two young
men wanted to Join. However, sixty-alx
were refused on account of physical die
qualifications, ten were under are, three
wehe held up temporarily for other rea
eona and tly three wew sworn into the
Big Live Stock Run
Into South Omaha
When Ban is Lifted
With the raiding of the quarantine In
Iowa, hog receipts at the Union Stock
Tarda Jumped to 12.000 head, the greatft
single day's receipts alnce February 13,
19U, wben a little mora than 23,W0 head
were received; Jt,O00 aheep and .MO cat
tle made up the other offerings today.
In all 4 carloads were received to noon.
Other atuff waa reported headed this
The local yards are Just beginning to
feel tha Incoming tide of live stock re
ceipts after weeks of meager offerings,
due to the quarantine restrictions placed
on Iowa by the bureau of animal Indus
try. Stock yards men say the market
will be good now and that the beginning
of a prosperous era Is at hand. '
SON OF FORMER CHIEF
DONAHUE A POLICEMAN
John 3. Donahue, son of former Chief
of Police J. J. Donohua, was placed on
the police force by the city eommlnslon.
to serve the usual, six months' proba
tionary period. Donahue has been firing
a railroad engine. Three other policemen
were put en the force: Charles . Cald
well, Nleholae Herbollch and HarrySi
Ask with. , v
JENSEN FAMILY WILL'
VISIT THE VATERLAND
Ola Jensen, feu Wool worth avenue, his
wife and two children, have booked pas
sage on the Helllg Olav for Copenhagen.
Mr. Jensen anA his family Jeft last night
over tha Northwestern for New York, from
where they sail Thursday. Th-y will
spend' Christmas In tha Danlah capital,
thetr old home. 7
ROCK ISLAND TRANSFER
IN OMAHA HEREAFTER
Rock Island local trams will n the
future discontinue stopping at the Union
Pacific transfer In Counofl Biufs, but
will continue on to Omaha. This move
la taken as the Rock Island has Its own
depot In Council Bluffs and tha stop at
the transfer merely adds to the running
time of the trams.
SEES VICTORY FOR GERMANS!
Kiel CltTgTTnia Writes John C.
EUkmer on Wix Outlook.
M ARMED THE SOUTH OMAHAKS
Reelplenta ef Letter fraa Aaree) ree
fer la Oenaa ttty Were t !"
la Matrlaaear by lllaa
Maay Years Age.
John C. PtahMeTr South Eighteenth
street. South Omaha, bat Just received a
letter from raster Man of the Iithran
church at Kiel. In wht -h a great Oerman
victory ia predicted. Tastor Ma'j mar
tied Ptahmer and bis wife ut Kiel,
thirty-one years ago. Since that time
Stahmer haa ralaed a family of fifteen
children In South Omaha. AH the male
members of bis family In Germany are
In the army.
The letter waa sent to Stahmer on the
anniversary of hla wedding by Pastor
Maiv who has now retired from active
work In the ministry, at the are. of 71
years. In part tha letter says:
W are living under great excitement
on account of the awful war to which
especially England's politics have forced
u The war Is going In our favor .and
will sure end in victory for ua, if there
la any Justice on earth.
Do not believe any of the fabrications
England Is epreadlng over the entire
world connecting the German people with
brutalities. They do not mention tha fact
that thev have brourlit all of their wild
hordes to flsht against cs. Thanking you
again for you remembrance of me.
Laughter Atela Dtareatlea.
Laughter Is one of the most healthful
exertions; It Is of great help to digestion.
A still mors effectual help Is a dose of
Chamberlaln'a Tablets. If you should be
troubled with Indigestion give them a
trial. They only cost a quarter. Ob
tainable everywhere Advertisement.
BEMIS PARK HOME IS
' SOLD FOR BIQ PRICE
Hattla Ia Kays and husband have sold
tha large reeidenoe and beautiful corner
lot at Thirty-eighth and Lincoln boale
vard to Ia C. Statu. Tha consideration
named In tha deed ts tH.000. This Is in
the He ml park district. The lot fronts
in Lincoln boulevard, wtlh a long, grace
fully curved terrace. A large frame
dwelling house and a fravma barn ara on
MADE TO MEASURE
3 giilgto for..
Tbla Is done to clean up short cads and keep tha giris
busy during December. .
1322 Farnam St 2d Floor.
ICURSIGEJ RATES SOUTH
Rdned rat, round trip winter xcurlcm tickets on gale
daily to many points la the South, and Southeast, via the
J.HL17AUKEE & ST. PAUL
New Orleans .... $41.18 Tampa, Fla. . . . . $02.28
Mobile $41.18 Palm Beach ...,$G0.18
J acksonville .... $50.68 Augusta, Oa. . . ; 843.53
I-IiamL Hsu $72.78 Havana, Cuba .. .$87.18
Pinal return limit Tun a 1 1Q1 K ,
, - - v , wtwii u.b.m mj navaam,
Cuba, limited to return In six months from date of sale. Liberal
stop-over privileges. Attractive diverse route tickets also on
sale at rates which will be furnished on application. Delightful
tours to the West Indies, South America and from New ork to
Ban Francisco through the racisms Canal.
Three splendid dally trains provide service of the well
known high standard of the Milwaukee" Road and connect at
Chicago with through trains for all points South and East.
For particulars inquire, of
W. E, BOCK, 0. P. A., 0. M. & Bt. P. Ry.
1817 Fat-UAru St., Omaha. Neb.
VOLUNTEERS TO START
CHRISTMAS FUND CAMPAIGN
Santa Claua chimneys" wll be placed
on the street comers Saturday by the
Volunteers of America. In which to re-cc-ive
contributions toar4 the 0 baskets
of ixj4 to be dUtrltij'.ed U wurtliy poor
n Chrlatmas Aaj-. Major F. A. Wo- I
Cormtck. in charsa ef the V'otuiiteera I
work, lias securml permission fro.n Chlf
of fulUe Iunn to pta-e the chlmmya on
the corners, with workers In Bant
f'iaoe onaturws t rlnj brlls near Jem.
Burnt Otnahans have already made ru
(nlltance to the Volunteers' Christmas
dlnur futiJ. The prajoct U endorsed by
the Aeeoclated lletailers and the Com
w. d. sAr.sonr. hereto
CGCGT CAM FRANCISCO FAIR
W. D. Kojiburu, geneiai ajreut for the
VurHngtnn at tan FrancUrco, is til Omaha
oisnii;a- bovner talk for the Baa Fian
c.Uco expijettion. Mr. Butern declares
the exposition couid be Inaugurated to
morrow. It la tbet iteer oomtetlin. IHir
ln tb mouth of txtober, Mr. fUJibom
fcosrt, 1.'..") vi,!o aeut through the
il. .,urrfi crvan'la, each peytns a fee of
2i ii. The oh&vse is made to keep
p-:.oia out of tbe grounds ebUe conntruo
li n la urulrr ay, but even the adinlnaUm
riie Jiiiiod In hobiins Uitu tie crowd.
3 Dolls for Tlis Week
"We have decided, to give two more dolls for second'
and third prizes, bo that if you fail to get the first one,
you still have a chance to got nnaof the smaller dolls.
Thtjy are v-ry swt and pretty, too, and will please you,
but, of course, you would not expect them to be as big
and beautiful as Priciila, who is for the little girl that
brings in the most pictures. ,
Priciila is just too beautiful for words to describe.
You must come and see Her,
I l.,trl-, ttrad, Uitirrs
& m rr'i f far tu.1k,'.-iUon, dyfpia.
i.-.r itjd kbtury coiii;lnttit. elves ap-jt'.i.-,
t. ut to si-m. 6"k: and fl uo
FrtolUa wlU be (Ivea rre
a Us Utla alrl, muter is
years of ee, tha brlajre et
taaila ns the lavs eel somber
ef doll's plotares sot rat of
the Dally aaa feoaday Baa
Vef era 4 s. am. stotday,
Her picture will be in
The Bee every day this
week. Cut them all out
and ask your friends to
save the pictures in their
paper for you, too. See
how many pictures of Pri
ciila you can get, and be
Bure to turn them in to
The Bee office before 4 p.
m., Saturday, December 5.
If jo doa't wtn this DoI'la.
perhaps you can get one Best
week. Onlj one doll will be
; given to any one person.
You can see
at the Dee Office
ARRESTED FOR REFUSING
TO PAY HIS BRIDGE TOLL
A. C. Woeckner of Council Bluffs wsa
arrested for refiialns to pay toll wben he
walked across the Douelaa atreet brldse.
Woeckner srew hostile snd an officer
was called, who quickly removed the of
fender and his Inclination.
When it gets
cold you want a
fuel. A fuel that
will make the
able in a few min
utes. Also a fuel'
light in weight
and easy for a
woman to handle
s Vulcan fills these
a perfect fuel for do
.almost all carbon,
:the heat producer. It
burns clean and bright
.leaves very little
ash ho dust or dirt
is" smokeless and
clean. Lasts as long
as coal and saves XS
of your fuel cost. . '
Pot Sale by Tour Coal Dealer
CoalPnducUlUfg.Co., JoOet, TU.
Dteriptw foldr and other in
formation gladly furniiKtd.
- Writs to
COAL & COKE CO.
Exeliv4 Domealio Salt AgrUt
I Ta aiiiMI (ulamM aau. .1 t&
9 m nva. bv .("ssaS!
M ITS 'I- i
Expnm Cicrjr DcdJ
tcr It ms, stall as this ad with 80 eanta
la atamsa or eotar-eod we wlU aend yea
S full auert bottle of Hayntr Privt
Stack tlJd-n-und Wh taker ta sealed
eaae exprwa .harveapaKL itBotU&
nBtm whiakey of the finest kind
sealwl With the U.K. OevernaMiit'a Urwa
P'.amp over the enrk fully asea, full
proof, foil meaaure tmr to please
sou la every way. Yva take Be rhaawes
we are one of the larfaat Diatlllus tar
America been la biinet 44 yasm
eaoltei (M0.0u0.00. Order nM uom
erW ant than one auart if m like
aouda will so f orwsra by first mprwm.
Otwe (nm Tf , HmIh Ool.., YTra Mont.,
eud all itaM Vi t ilnnu murt sail tm
. Addrmt aur tumrtsi tJHot
TZ2 BATNEK DISTIUING CO.Dept 105
Dtrtea.0. WaOia4ra,D.C. St. Leaks, Me.
Im u. a.a, aa a mm. Liw, m
J U kiy4
IT Toa'U Kirk IU Loeatlon a tb
Below Diagram an ! Bead It la -W7iU
.tfouiunss irEiti cs or czxzt.
The Rica Method has fcrnnsht sneh re
Diarkot.le reauiis to ein-a a multitude A
til former rue lure atilTarora. that t K
anarorly Beela any vlber pnwl ot J
lu value, iiuwer.r. we axe alwr 1
i wlllins to prove It toaor one wbo
iui, oe lnteroaMtu. aaia tun riMit i
truo( u aa aottuU trial. 1 list's I
wQjr e uuw tjn..r you an.aiiit.iy
frmi ut tlun aaxl j.oU a trinl
treotuieiit to aaw waat tola
onS.r(ul method ran do la
j .im etM. i u.t umrk (fv. near
aa jrtHi wo) tt.e kx-Mioa ol yt'ur
rupture oa this dtnKraja of a
tKHly, niArkit.s r la lit over
rnrl this 0
W 8. H1C1C tritt
Main bi- Atlaiua,
waria ky yia
aaoeid eoattao. te
euSM tbe tiMud.
turt au4 tuuii. of.
)u aa .Curt te
tiwa IW alkT.ry.
N.4 III I
tree tra.ua aal '
laat rtiyteiie U
yea Soa't a aotne.
taia aaeet It. ky
But. at imu, m
ekat this lies
I ItMU&nt aaa Ao
for ya Sta
for It rlcht
i away uu
i Try uaate.
Wednesday Begin. Oar
Great $15.00 Bale of Men's -
n&rt Sch&ffner & Marx
Suits and Overcoats
n Hn - l
T Be Separate Clothing Ad
pn Page 3. It Offers You
Values You Should
$3.50 Black Silk $ pfr
Laces Wednesday &
Wednesday Morning -we will place on
sale a beautifully assorted lot of 16-inch
to 24-inch Black jSilk Iace, regular $2.25
to $3.50 yd.i in two lots, 08c find $1.29
Pretty Val Laces, so popular for holiday '
-fancy work, in these special' lots,
. Wednesday, yard, at 5c, TVfcc and 10c
Beautiful New Nets, three choice lots,
Wednesday, yard, 98c, i?1.50 l.QS.
Holiday Novelties ) f c
to 50c values, at
A big special counter of. useful and ap
propriate gifts for the Holidays, to 60o
values, including Pin Trays and Cush
ions of all kinds; Hat i Pin Holders,
Ash Trays, Jewel Boxes, Work Boies,
Candle Sticks, Paper : ' ' afW ' ra '
Weights, Etc. ;N on,- : MJf L
Sale Wednesday, 'at, f
choice ......... r. v . V ......
T0YLAND NOW READY
and it '8 a very busy place just
now, filling orders for-a host of
the early buyers, and what ' a
splendid , variety of Toys and
w-w a . a -
or tliey have here for selection.
'All kinds of Tovs and Dolls and.
Oh! so pleasingly priced.
$1.08 "Handwerck's Jointed Dolls, with sewed wig, long curls, moving
eyes ; a beautiful doll, at. . . v. . . . , ........ . 98c
eOc Colonial Dolls, in character, I- 75c MecWnical Trains, on track,
each v..."- . . . ,'.49c two cars ,49c
75' Friction Ant Par-I 85o Doll rurniturs Sets; I Other Dolls at from 2Bc
cl post; on sal...404 on sale Tt& op to ....... .S14 oa
, EreryUiln to please the little folks at IwtsPricet: M.U
in 1 . u
A Wonderful Bargain Sale of"
Trimmed Hats Wednesday
Hats Trimmed with
Hats Trimmed with
Fur Trimmed Hats
Aigrette Trimmed Hats
Flower Trimmed Hats
Regular $4.00 Values and Over 250 of
them here for jour selection Wednesday
, ' Scarcely any two of them alike, while the majority of them
are black. Youll find a splendid assortment of desirable colors.
.Trimmings are both white and 'colors.-. Seldom will you- find
such beautiful and becoming Hats offered' at 'so, low a price-
Blankets and Comfortables
No. 0U A beautiful 11-4 Blanket
cheap at 17.60 a pair; oaa day only,
per pair ........... ...... ...98M
So. 25f Tha beat pair of Blankets
ever put on the market to eel I for
K.iO; la this sals at .....H-SS
No. 2(48 Ona of tha finest 11. it
Blankets arer shown, full U- fine
welgtit; this aala Sa.K
No. I 881 A I beare wool Blanket,
beautiful finish, waa made to aell
for tSOO; this sals a.5
No. t81l This Blanket has to ba
seen to be appreclatarf It ta very
cheap at 44. Hi; In this aala S3. 49
Comforters on sale at sreatly reducer
piicea, from .4fto to flO.OO
Popular Domestic Room
Cotton dress goods and
fine wash goods must be
. closed out, prices re
duced to,, yard, 3C,
5c, 7HC, and. .....10c
; Worth from iwb to three
times this price.'
1 case of Lonsdale, regular
. Price 10c, In this sale GH
1 case of Indigo Bine Apron
Checks, absolutely fast col
ors, at, yard . .3,'
Holiday Linen Specials
64-inch Round Fillet Center
apiece, assorted patterns, worth
12.00 each.-. . ........ .gj
18xB2-lnch Fillet Dresser Scarfs,
assorted patterns,. 6O0 raluee,
Circular Scalloped Pattern Table
Cloths, all pure flax, .6.00 sl
ues, each S4.23
7lxTJ TJnhemmed Pattern Table
Cloths, assorted designs. $4.00 val
ues, each ....7 aa.00
21x22 Unhemmed Dinner Napkins to
match, pure linen, $4.00 values, per
dosen v.... S3 00
Read Haydpn's Special December Holiday Grocery Opening Sale
Dried Trtuls To Tour Xmaa Pud.
dtua Cjuailty roods and a saving
of it per-cent to 60 per cent on the
root or 41vlns. ..; f
1 lbs. Pest OrantTulated euaar, 1.00
tt lbs." Best High Grade Diamond It
Flour, nothins finer for bread, plua
or cake, par sack 9140
10 lbs. Beat AVbite or Tellow Corn
meal '. 19a
I lbe. Beet Rolled WtoUe Breakf&a'.
The Beat Hand Picked Navy Beans,
per lb . -. Be
10 Bars White Russian, Beat 'Km All,
Diamond C, Laundry Queen or Len
nox Soap Boo
(Carle or Lewlrf Lye. can TVaO
S lba. Sal Bal Soda lOo
Veaat Foam, parkare 3e
1 4-minoe cans CVindenaed Mllk..THe
I, S-cent cane Crmdeneetf Milk.... loo
t-lb. cans California Peachea, for
The Beet Domestlo Macoaronl, Ool1ii
Ka-c or hkmn.ra, per pkff Ve
Corn Flakes, pk , Be
All resular 10c Coookles, per pound.
.tvutinKWj ......... esS
AH resular It Mo Cookies, par poun.l,
All rerular lie Cookies, per pound.
Wednesday TT. .77. . .1S
tO-ox. Jar Pur California Strained
Honey , too
l-lb. cans fancy Sweet Sug-ar Corn
for ' t,
l-lb. can . Wax. String", Green or Lima
l-lb. cans Early June Peas 10a
$-lb. cans Hominy, Pumpkin or
Squash tor , ..8Vi
Parker Houss Cataup, bottle. . . . .SV3o
Fancy large Queen Olives, quart, 3 So
Chow Chow Pick I.e. quart ISo
Medium 8011 r Pickles, quart lOo
Choice California Peaches, lb....8l,o
Choice California Prunes, lb.. .. .SS
Moor Park Aprlcofs, lb ...lSV4e
Cleaned Currents, lb," '.ISVfce
fhe aest Creamery Butter, carton or
balk, lb S4o
rha bee I No. 1 Ka. dozen Ada
Fancy Country Creamery Butter 8a
3ood Dairy Table Butter. lb.,
1 lbs. Good. Butterine
B-lb. pall Good Luck Butterine.
IS lbs. best md Xtlver SCuutesot po
tatoes te the peek gOc
IS lba. fancy Oooklnjr Applea to ta
Demand your weight; the law re
quires It. .
Fancy Holland Seed Cabbage, lb. lUs
Freeh Beets, Carrots, Turnlpa, Kaa
Ishes or Bhalots, per bunch. ... .4c
Wax or Green Beana ...7 Via
Fancy Rlp Tomatoes, lb. .Tiao
t stalks Fresh Celery .....So
Fancy California Cauliflower, lb, THo
I large Soup Bunchea loo
I bunchea fresh Parsley loo
i heads fresh Leaf lettuce. ...... .So
fancy head Lettuce, head THo
I lbs. fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoes 100
Did Carrots, BeetH, Turnips, Parsnips
or "Hutabagai, lb 1V.0
Out freak carload of Kigblaad Kavel
uravagea are in ana on aJe at. per
dozen ISo. a Oo. BSe. 30e '
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It Pays Try tfA.VOElMiS First I tl Pays
Get into (business via the "Business Chances'
bmsrl Lco'iino FooUvcar
For Sniartiy Govncd Women
Smartly dressed women real-
jize that their footwear ia the
most essential part ot their
dress it inust be attractive and
it must add individuality to
their stylish gowns. ;
Our women's shoe section of
fers you the newest creations in
low and high shoes in ail
the newest leathers and
combinations. Priced up
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