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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1915)
TITE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1915
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ALLIES BUY LARGE
Four Hundred Thousand Bniheli
Bought on Local Exchange
in Two Dayi.
PEICES MOTE UP A LITTLE
Omaha wheat aalea of Monday and
Tuesday for export will reach close to
400.000 bushels, the Updike Grain
company alone having Bold 200,000
daring the two days. With this
Urge Quantity going out, there are
till a number of order that have
not been filled, though the wheat Is
in the elevators here.
Prior took another bulge, wheat ad
ranelns; 1 to t cents, the price going to
U.14 for the best grades. The bulk of the
ales, however, ware made around 11.009
l.tt. Receipts were thirty-nine carloads.
Corn waa erratic, the prices rangmg
from M to K cent per bushel, being a
cent lower to a cent higher. Receipts were
There were twenty-seven ears of oats
en the market, with ,the prtoes U to "4
rent lower. Sales were made at St to 42
cents per bushel.
Service Xmas Eve
at St. Barnabas
A midnight choral eucharlst will b
sung at St. Barnabas' church. Fortieth
and Davenport atreeta, Christmas eve,
beginning; at 11:15 p. m. Gounod's Mease
Bnlcnnrlle (3te. Cecllel will be suns In
Its entirety by the Bt. Barnabas choir,
with full orchestral accompaniment. The
aolnlKta will be Mrs. T'avlrl Barnum, so
prano; Justin T. B. McCarl. tenor; Ar
thur Lynn, bass. The regular string
njiartet, consisting of Misses Madge,
Hi-lie and Vivian West and Theodore
Nelson, which plays at Bt. Barnabas at
the choral eucharlst on all Sundays, will
be augmented by the following: Miss
Kloise Went. viola; Fred Deffenbaugh.
obeo; Earl Tlcknor, flute; John Hede
lund, cornet; Harold Poherty, clarinet;
Mins Marie Bwanson, harp.
rteBlnnlng at 10:45 there will be a
musical program consisting of orchestral
selection and Christmas carols, preced
ing the choral eucharlst. The midnight
service will end In time for those who
attend to have ample street car service
to all parts of the city.
On Christmas day there will be a plain
eucharlst for communions at I a, m.
and a children's eucharlst at t:J0.
Bible School of the
North Side Church
Has Giving Xmas
The Bible school at the North Side
ChrlHtlan church will observe a giving
("lirlatmus for the second time. ' The
White Gifts for the King" exercises will
b tlvcn by the school on Wednesday
casting, and the following program will
Voluntary Christmas hymns
By entire school.
Hymn "Joy to the World."
r'rrlpiure I. like 3:1-14.
Beading "legend of . Cathoy"
fone "It Came Upon the Midnight
Reading- Matt. 1:7-11
luartct "Kilf-nt Night"
.Mia Mo'-gnni. William Stewart, Mrs.
Witt and .lolin rHewart.
Pii-c-rvUM oil of Klfts
i.- -" ii" ii Mi-rry Christmas", .....
Kin -'" H'! from the Realms of
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IVI...V ;md .l-inlor I icpartmenta.
! .. ' lrartment
r nr-r 1 i i rlini-nt
,' t u t 1' iM-rtmont
tnr--" i, l.'ttlo Town of Bethlehem"
lUailn:-.-' Yhe -Other Wise Men"
.Vm. K. Lh Kllgore.
'""li-nnry of gifts
E. L, Lomax Suffers
Word has been received at Union Pa
cific headquarters that Monday, at fan
Francisco, K, I Lomax. paasengar traf
fic manager of the Western Pacific, rail
road, auatalned a stroke of paralysis. In
the telegrams received there is nothing
said relative to the severity ef the stroke,
it Is knowm that Mr. Lomax had been In
poor health for some time, but his condi
tion was not such as to give his friends
. any alarm. Ho bad been at his office
every day and had been abla to look after
Mr. Lomax la about 41 years of age.
For a number of years he waa general
paasenger agent of the Union Paclflo
here. He eame te the company September
1, 1W7. and resigned June 14, 110, to be
come paasenger trafflo manager ef the
Western Pacific, a position that he still
LIBERAL AID SOCIETY IS
HELPING MATRON GIBBONS
Police Matron Olbbons and Humane
Officer Hans Nielsen are exceedingly buay
these days in looking after poor families
that would not be reached by charitable
organizations. To the many folk whom
they hav aided and helped to have a
better Christmas season has come addi
tional help from the Liberal Aid society.
This body of people has Individually
through the matron and her ally cared
. for seventeen families.
. .taalsg Winter Coach.
The firrt dose of Dr. Bell e Ptne-Tar-llony
will help you. It kills the cold
fc-rm. Only Sc. All druggists. Advertise-
OBJECTS TO A LICENSE
FOR GOLDSTEIN SALOON
The city council la hearing evidence In
connection with charges filed by Fannie
Markabury against Isadora OoldsUla. ap
plicant for a Ikiuor license at e.'t North
Nxtt-eiith atreot. The allegation is that
tioldatelu frequently cold liquor to Earl
Ionian. 17-year-old eon of the protectant
Tbe Habit ef Tat I a. raid.
Wuh many people taking cold U a
Ist t. but fortunately one that la easily
rcLen. Take a cold sponge bath every
nil-ruing when you first get out of bed
rot c c 1.1. but a temperature of about
1-0 di-.-rees V. Alio lp with your win
no up. P.: this and you will seldom
inkc roil Wb-n you do take cold tske
' I.J nil i In in s Co-.sh Remedy and get
si't of It as 4-ji-kJy as possible. Obtain
aLic t-M-fynr-.r.-e. Advertisement.
Rome Miller Does
Not Want License
for Rome Hotel Bar
When the hearimr of a protest against
the liquor application of . Rome Miller
was called by the city clerk at a meet
ing of the council, an attorney for the
applicant annouared that Mr. Miller
wished to withdraw his application. The
reasons for the withdrawal were said to
be that Mr. Miller will be away from
Omaha much of the tlma In the future
and that he has disposed of hi Interest
In the bar at the Rome hotel.
Fred W, Rothery, assistant manager of
hotel, has applied for this license.
City to Buy Auto,
Flushers and Big
The council authorised the purchase of I
small automobile runabout for use at !
public library. Bids were received for
nusners, which commissioner
Drexel will put In service next spring.
city clerk was directed to advertise
for a two-ton dump truck for use by the
asphalt repair department.
aw ,! vjf ait
If You Are
You need delay no longer.
Tou ran still have the larg
est stock of Christmas slip
pers ever shown In the city
to sotect pleasing gift.
Ronieos for mother. Comfy
slippers for Dad, and Cava
liers In three shades for
We arc showing gome ex
quisite party slippers and
carriage boots for the ladles
that will make excellent
Parcel Poat Paid
(Take the "Mlhvauiceu
Travelers experienced in
the CQmparative com
forts and conveniences
of different roads unanl.
. mously declare, "Take
the 'Milwaukee be
tween Omaha and
The reason perfect service
made possible partially from
the fact that equipment is com
pany owned and that attend
ants are company employees,
Four fast dully trnhtt
Phone or call for reservations.
Tkaat Office: 1117 ranuat fere. Osmbs
be knows quality.
v " r ii
excep- f i l
Now It's Men's and Young Men's
Over One Thousand of These for Selection
STYLES and SIZES to Suit ALL TASTES
And Other High Grade Makes
Fall and Winter 1915-16 Best
Styles and Patterns
Every Goat Fully GUARANTEED
JUST OUR WAY
Why Not a Fitted Bag?
. A nice Traveling Jag, fitted with
Toilet Articles, always acceptable, and a
lasting rememli ranee.
All Fitted Bags on Sale to
k Close at 20 Discount
From the Regular Price.
$30.00 Bags S24.00
$20.00 Bags...... $10.00
$15.00 Bags $12.00
$4.00 Nearseal Caps $3.00
$7.00 Hudson Seal Caps $5.00
$10 Genuine Seal Caps. $7.50
In Hat Dept., Wednesday.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
Another Big Clothing Sale Event
sf i a a a stud . l " "
If DODGED DOUGLAS STREETS
Leave Your Xmas Grocery, Dried Fruits,
Nuts, Canned Goods, Crackers, Butter, Cheese:
rruit ana vegetable Urders tarty.
QvUITT OOOM AWD A
4S-lb. sa-k heal hlvti .ra,1.r. i
H flmir. nothing finer for your Xmas
P'i.l.llng. ia or rakes. r 48-10.
17 Ilia, boat purs granulated ugur
CARVED OOODB TOM XKAJ.
No. l csn fancy aweet sugar corn
No. t tana-wax. string, green or
llin beans fQ
Ko. I tans early June table pu
No. 1 cans golden pumpkin, hominy,
auuer kraut or baked beans ...TWO
No. S rana fancy California Mcil
or halved table peaches, packed In
heavy syrup, per can
California ripe olivea. ran 10c
Kncjr queen olives, quart 3&o
( cana oil sardines " 190
Imported oil or smoked sardine
Ad.o Jell, for dessert, pkg. .. T'-iO
8.'-is. ars pure fruit preserves' '. .360
IS-os. Jars pure strained honey . ,SJo
Lame bMtles Woraester sauce,
pur tomato catsup, pickles, assorted
kinds or prepared mustard, bot., SUo
l'lum ruddtng. per ran lOe, SSo
C k. p. rrystalllied ginger chips.
livrshey's breakfast cocoa, lb. ...too
f ancy Oolden Santo coffee, lb. . .SOo
SsUXB TBOTTS TOM TO US rVD.
DtsTOs. vain asto oiua
Th best lemon, orange or dtroa
peel, lb goo
The best cleaned currants. lb..,.15o
-Cron niusi-atel rnlains, per pound,
at giao, lOo
California royal apricots. lb.,...16o
l-'anry California prunes, per pound.
at Slo, lOe
1'iHf' California Vluir pea'hes. per
pound ', 100
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST.
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REDUCING THE OVERSTOCKS
UTtTt OF BS TO SA Kl Cin IT
rany California aeedless raisins.
fancy Uolden Sultana raisrns, per
r'ancy cooking figs, per lb.' loo
16-os. pkg. condensed mince meat TV2o
Heeded raisins, pkg lOo, IS Wo
California table figs, per lb SOo
Imported rd dates, lb. ,10a
Imported liaJlowt dates loo
Pure applo elder, per gallon. Jug in
TIB BUST XXXSD 11S CBOV STEW
MUTSJ, !. 17 Ho
TOM tOJTM XMASJ OBABTOSa OUT
in BiaaucAaia statbls, tsi
Osvavob or Quality am a
her dosen tOo, tSe. SOo, 36
The pride of California. Klused by
the sun, moon and star.
TMM BVTTSB ABO BOO MABKST
TOM TU VXOri.B.
The best creamery butler, carton
or bulk i 31
Fancy No. 1 creamery butter, per
Fancy dairy table butter, lb. ..87o
Best strictly fresh esse, doten ,.6o.
Heat No. 1 storage mK. dor.-n ...86o
fill cream. N. Y. White. Wisconsin.
Young America cheese, lb . .flOc
Imported Ko.uefort and Si
cheeee. In SOo
TIB TIOBTiBLB 1CABKXT OT
OBCABA TOM TBB H.OFI.B.
1J lbs. best Hed River potatoes SO
New Wisconsin cabtae. lb. 1
New Wis. cabtage. 100 Iba T5o
Fresh Louisiana ahaliota or carrols.
per bunch o
Fancy Michigan celery. I for ....10o
eah Louisiana radishes, i for.. lOo
I Iba. sweet potatoes 10
Kanrr rlne tomatoes, lb loo
ABTTB1BO TOO WAVT 1ST rBXkB
. TBUBTABLBI. .
Boys' Mackinaw s
that sold up to $7.50,
a splendid, assortment
of the most desirable
styles, in plaids and
plain colors. AH sizes
from 6 to 18 years. Dan
dy for skating or school
wear. Over 400 of them
for your selection; that
sold to $7.50; on sale
They'll Make Nice Gifts
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