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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2:), 1911.
WANTS UNIFORM MAIL CARS
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Omaha Man Goei to Washington to
Help Formulate Plani.
MEETS .WITH " BAILEOAD MEN
tfall Cam for Kuch Road Ar Sow
r llf-ret C"oietree-oi -'
x Geinrnft XVaata Tbtm
.Assistant -iuperlnterx-ent Frank t.
Johnston of the fourteenth dtrlslon of the
rJlay mall sen-Ire will leave Omsha
for Wanhlnirton (omi tlmi durtnir the
latter part of tha wnk to attend
meeting pf . represenatives of 'all th
railroads 'rtoln business in tha ' United
Ptatee for -the purpose . of helping
to tfraw up plans for a standard steel
mall car to be used by all roads. Mr.
Johnston Is a member of ttia special com
mittee of three recently appointed by
Postmaster General Frank' Hltohrdek,
which has been ordered to assist In
devising k uniform, plan tor mall, carat
This committee Is composed of, C. M.
Reed -of CUielnnatU, F. P. Johnston of
Omaha- and C. 11. Otis of Bt. Paul, and
to these men Is left the problem of doing
way with one of .the mort, perp.ei.ing
problems that has ever bothered,the rail
way mall service department '
"It seems that each foreman of every
ear shop has a different Idea of how a
mall car should be constructed," raid Mr.
Johnston, "snd as a result there are some
of the most outlandish contraptions ron
celvable us In the service. It not only
causes much trouble to the- clerk, but
expense, to tha government, and a uni
form car which could ba made Just as
easily as not, would quickly do away with
armer Weather is
"Weather reports received at the ralr
road offices Indicate, that Ihe present
cokt wave Is not to be at long' duration,
and that by Thursday It probably will be
much warmer. The same reports Indicate
that the present cold snap has been wide,
apread, extending from Montana nd the
Dakota fur" down Into Oklahoma and
from western Wyoming over Into Illinois,
with a fall of now ranging from one to
six Inches covering the entire svotlnn.
80 far as the weather reports t6 the
railroads' go Nebraska seems to ' have
been the favored locality, at least the
weather has not been so cold In this
tats as elsewhere." The storm and tha
col, har lnfrfeed' eomfctf hit 4 With (he
movement of trains, all of them today
being from on trni-t six and eight hours
lMe. When they do arrive th coaches
aro coverad rtfh now ind Ice hanging
to the tngines.
Tasiehgors arriving from tha east sar
that Monday night was a terror over In
Jpwa, and Illinois. ..Ail night tha wind
blew a, jala, the velocity attaining In some
Imrtanoee sixty miles per hour. Snow
that had been falling most of tha day
and lata Into tha nlrht was driven along J
until eonattsona took on every form of a
wll-devloprd bllsaard. During tha night
It jrrew much colder and throughout on
tral towa In many places the mercury
marked ? . to I degrees below sero.
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CH. MATTHEWS TO STUDENTS 4
$. QF. UNIVERSITY OF: OMAHA
t' Loj-ally to Loyalty; .was jihe tham of.
Ir. fihayler Mathews' address Monday
aQrrnocsn .bforf te ntudnitof h .tiN
varsity of Omaha, pr. Matthews Is dean
of the Divinity School of the University
of Chicago, Is a member of the athletlo
board of that school and has been closely
associated with .'the growth and expan
sion of the M:dy Institution. Ills re
marks were largely along tha Una of
"true sportsmanship In athletics."
The work of the college," said Dr.
Matthews, "Is to teach every man to get
Into the game and make himself a unit
In tha team play, for -this team work. 01
tmitltutlonalUIng one's self, Is the great
wt thing In life.- It Is tha tone of your
athletics mora titan anything els wh.cb
Is going to give tha tone to tha spirit
There Is in-owing up through the
American collrgs' the true attitude of
sportsman-ship;-, the attitude to cheer the
batter play, )ke It your tram .or tha oppo
nents that fiake te play; not that you
should say, Xorfl.-M tha other fellow
win," but y "Lord, let us win If wa can
do It squarely,' "
Pr. Matthews tays .that with college
students In the north their sense of honor
la not so .sensitive -an U Is In the south,
and that here In the t-'uWeratty of Omaha
tha present students,, because they ura
tha ploneeVa, are going to make for the
honor rT V school, or against It, mora
than a""tHher students who will coma
later. ' ,- .
NEW PLUMBING NEEDED
' AT EMERGENCY HOSPITAL
The. city, council will be asked for an
appropriation ' M pay for repairing ahd
remodeling the. City Emergency bdapltal
at -10-U Douglas. Hubert U. Wolfe.
ehVf boiler inspector, has completed , a.
thorough examination of the plumbing of
tha hospital, which was torn out by van
dals, and finds that It will require new re
turn pipes on the ground floor, new vent
cocks 'to the return pipes, new perforated
cast Iron tops for tha radiators, new
radlatory vales, a afty valve and steam
gauge, for tha boiler and four new radia
Uncle Sam to List
- the House of Hope
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Fines Rev. Charles ."svldfe started the
House of Hope five years ago he has
expended on charity TR.Ono. or an averr.ee
of ffci.ono a year. Whrn he started the
home he did not have 13 cents to use fur
The rovernment has sent Itev. Pnvldge
a blank, wonting to know If the charity
work In which ha la engaged should be
Included In Its charity list. Me wrota
bark, saying that he thought It should
be Included In the list, and the govern
ment Is going to act on the matter In the
near future. Among the questions which
they asked him pertaining to his work
was whether the people lie was taking
rare of were In any way able to support
themselves. He fold them that over one
third of the people he Is taking care nf
pay nothing toward their support and the
remainder vrr? little. Another question
which was rut to him was whether the
charity work In which he is engnged Is
a financial benefit to any corporation or
Individual, to which Rev. Bavldge an
swered that It was not. , . , ,
Services will be held at the House nf
lope Thanksgiving afternoon from t to
4 o'clock. The services will be composed
of muslo, ard addresses.- In the evening
prayer and praise services will be held
nt thi People's church.
. GEMS OF, MUSIC AND DRAMA
The lectures glvep. yesterday, afteriloon
by lrof. Paul Urummann at the Toung
Women's (TtrrtKlan- association audi
torium waa well attended and tliTe was
marked Interest in both subjcols' which
he discussed. The first hour of the lec
tures was given' tip to the discussion of
Baldr or Raldur tha Good, the shlnlng
one. Interesting comment, upon the re
lation of the Christian to the, classical
thought of tha matter, the rise of many
of the Christian stories and legends con
nected with the White Christ 'combined
to make this hour one of tha most en-
The second hour was an Interpretation
Of 'Th Masterslngers of Nuremberg"
(Richard ..agner), and In this the lec
turer went back it the beginnings- the
guild system, the origin -of the crafts,
which so prominently figure , In ' this
drama of Richard Wagner. Prof. Grurh.
mann drew fins word pictures of tha va
rious characters, simply and plainly, and
expressed the wish that Wagner had, 4(one
more wjth the optlmlstlo side In 'hi
dramas, Hans Sachs being really an
optimist ' with occasional slight 'fits of
pessimism, whereas so many, of the
music-drama are pessimistic without
much show of optlmlstlo thought or. m
puse. . Next week th first part of th
lecture will have to. do largely with tha
Blegfrled stories. . t
Csrey Act Land Opening H.000 acres at
Jerome, Idaho. December 11, 1911. - Tkis
land Is part of th Great North B'de
Tract which has a record of THRU B
YEARS FROM 8 AGE BRUSH TO BL.VS
RIBBONS AND SWEEPSTAKES, For
all Information, writ or wire lb Twin
rails North Sid Iand and Water Oj.,
M liner. Idaho. ' '
BANK ROBBERS jET NOTHING
Are Frightened Away in Attempt to
Bob Bank nt Florence.
WERE EVIDENTLY AMATEURS
President and Cashier Drive Aats
Into (iaraixe aad Frighten tha
Mrs A war Hefore Job
Taking advantage of the blizzard Mon
day night, yiggman forced entrance Into
.ha Fanners State Hank of Florence and
attempted to loot the valut.
It la believed that the men, although
they chore a night to attetipt to rob
ihe bank when a large amount of money
tva kept In the safe, are amateurs, for
they made a bungling job.
Nothing was taken from the bank, as
W. R. Wall, prealdent or the bank, saya
the robbera were evidently frightened
away when Mr. Wall returned home,
about 1 a. m.. In fits auto, which be
keeps In a garage under the bank. II
says he thinks they were there when h
snd Mr. Parker entered th garage.
The robbera had secured a sledge ham
mer and a. jimmy, from the blacksmith
shop, near by; They had worked. on th
thick wall of the vault but a short time
when they were frightened away. They
had five thicknesses of sole. leather which
was being used to deaden the sound.
Th robbers eatered through the post
office by prying open the window, but
did not touch snythlng there. There was
about 3,000 in cash in the vault of the
Sick headactie ts cr.use or a disordered
stomach. Ten Chamberlain's Tablets
and correct that and th headaches will
disappear. For sal all dealers.
ABOVE ALL II! QUALITY
FOR HOME CONSUMERS
: PHONES ,
Doug. 119; Ind. A-2119
Win. J. BOEHKOFF
. Retail Dealer) '
' Office-803 S.: 7th' St.
'V .Patrick Farley.
Patrick Farley, on of the old employes
at the l'nton Pacific shops, died at his
hunn.;OT Suuth Eleventh street, -turly
)teida morning of pneum nla. II had
been dUjc slm Friday. Us Iravea a wid
ow, two daughters and tour sons.
Mr. grleV was on of th bst known
shopinviriu the city. Two of hi sons r
employed. fey tb Union Pacific.
Klarriauw Ltceaeva. -
The - follow lug -marriage licensee
fisme and TU-sldence. Age.
Abraham it. ilareh, Houth Omaha U
France. M. Johns, Hjuth Omaha 3i
Robert O. Stewart, Auburn, Neb
i reaa xJrUA Porla, 1.1 ju
Asa K.' TaJculW'Weolte. . I U
Kranoca L,. Mawhaa, Vuta Omaha U
Arthur Howell, Omaha u
olUerg Hansen, Oii.lia u
Harold H. -Reynolds, Omalia 14
fclsbel C Busvurtb, Omaha n
James T. Prown, Pattla Creek, kllch....n
tuitruie liannon, Omaha jg
Morris 1 niDnura, omaba jj
j 1 dun vrfM4. uuin n
Joseph lisriU'na, Huutb Omaha u
l.ihl tfniilii. OJinii Omalia .i,
Jfenry M. Koae.- Omaha
ral M. Nelson, Omnha jj
r'inn.et H. Bprague. 8outh f)niaha it
1- vieuce Ukckus, Kvulh Ontah n
( , Causes of Typewriter Noise
A "writer in a recent publication, divided typo
writer noise, i. e.that referring to the typewriter:
itself, like old Gaul, into three parts.
" ,' " First; that "produced by the spacing mechanism?
Second, that produced by the impact of the type
against the platen.
Tlxlrd, that produced by the shifting of the ear
f y ringe to maJke capitals..
" An analysis of, these divisions, with reference to
i ; ' "Smitlv Premier'-discloses: j ,
; i , As o the first (the noise produced by the spacing
. mechanism )tho Smith 'Premier is as quiet, if not
; 1 ' 'V. more quiet, than anyj ' . ,; ; '; " I
' 't ' . As to Kecond-(the noise produced by the inv
V P,nct of.tho type onit the. platen) -it is less on
.. X the Smith Premier than on any other, because the
Y Smith Premiei4 prints' wiih -a high speed, light
weight, single type baragainst a platen, firmlv
' supported in a, rigid carriage.-. .
As to the thiri( that produced by the shifting
, of .'the carriage, or basket, to make capitals)"-
! there is no such noise on the Smith Premier, be
cause it has no shift. -
.B5ma ,n!,0 our 0,flce or "nd for our man to so to your of
'th?. mh?Tl!.dem0n',trV,0n- Ypu "9 entltled t0 "nowladg, about
The SmithEfem:er TypewritePCo
Branches in --
' sioux an, 19th and Dcujlas Sts. '
LINCOLN. - ATT k TT a
des moines. ; Oil AH A, NEB.
1 Uurt, I
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ne Full Quart
- Try it At Our Expense,
There U so much rubbish weak spirits and adulterated
stuff sold for whiskey at all prices these days, that in order
tO ttOVe a reallv orxul straiDht wliUkev M A f, nA it iiwacer
I to let the people try our celebrated Brookland Club Whiskey
4 to find out (or themselves th difference end we therefore
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uc reoa act
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offer to send, FBLEK. a Full Quart of Brookland
v-iuo uisitcy to test, and tins is bow we do it :
We will seud yon one full quart bottle of Brook,
land Club Whiskey, absolutely free, along with your
arht order for 8 full quart bottles of Brookland Club
Whiskey for 15.73 and we tav the exnresa charges.
After you receive th 9 full quart bottles, open bne
of them, test it anyway tou like and if not entirely
satisfactory, you have the privilege of returning to
us the remaining 8 bottles and the one eitra bottle
you may keep free aud we will immediately return
your S 75. Or send ui f 3.15 for 4 full quart bottles
of Brookland Club Whiskey, express prepaid, and
we will include one test bottle free. Test the free
bottle and if not absolutely satisfactory and the best
whiskey you ever tasted at any price just return to
us the 4 bottle and keep the free .bottle and we
will refund your f J. 15 without question or arrument.
11 rook land UluO Whiskey Is etralKht whukey no
blend no uili-no Initiation pure, llh strength Uj
excellent lor medicinal purposes.
Four quarts ol brook land flub Whliker with the
earn amount ot water a4d4 will mnks eight quarts ot
better whUkey than ttiese cheap mailorder good try It.
We lll cheerfully return your money 11 you k us to.
We ouldsladly send out free saui pies to teM but to many
lak advantage ol the offer by ge'Uus outuy sasAplee.
We Pay Exprtu Chnje
KAHP blSTILLIHQ CO.,
47 NORTH MAIN T, AT. tOUIS,
Christmas Gifts tHat Are Remembered
Christmas is but a short time away
only 22 shopping days remain. Many
people are not certain what to buy, for
for Christmas presents. .We suggest that
your gifts be furniture. Nothing lasts so
long and is so serviceable as solid chairs,
tables, stands or beds. They are practi
cal gifts which are appreciated more than
most other presents because they can be
used and. because they help make the
home more cheery and comfortable. We
have hundreds of inexpensive Christmas gift suggestions which we wish
to show you. A visit here before buying your Christmas gifts will con
vince you that furniture is the most practical of all presents.
. Colonial Mahogany Poster Bed, $20.00 $5.oo Table Desk- Solid mahogany; six v
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large drawers; graceiui legs; excellent qual- '
itv' ........ s.2.nn
II 11 1 I II
It ri. . II
Hepplewhite Book RackSolid Mahogany-
very pretty design; strong .'...$13.50
Windsor. Rocker Solid. Mahogany; replica
; of ancient chair; strong. and handsome ..... .$11.00
' Solid Mahogany Book Blocks These are very
strong and are weighted; they aro decorative . .$6.00
$45.00 Colonial Clock Mahogany frame; size-
6 feet, 7 feet '6 inches tall;, built to endure;
i accurate. . . . ,:: ..... . ;.. ; M .......... . . . $35.00
' Italian Marble Bust--'erida," carved by
Nothing adds so much charm to the bedroom as a j famous sculptor; very beautiful ,......$7.50
beautiful four-poster bed like the one represented here. Silk Lamp Shade -Gold Galoon; very excel- '
There is a very inviting air about it. The graceful ieut quality; size, 16 inches .$8.00
iilTt- hCaAty- ar- iVery ,attractive !. eery kalian Marble, Bust-" Laura," by famous
7w'e nnffo6 U ZZH: an sculptor; excellent woik J. $10.00
and substantial lines i .$10.00
Italian Marble Pedestals Finest marble;
very. pretty designs ............ .$10.00
roomy compartment; shelves large enough to
hold player-piano rols .$11.50
a Christmas gift Iiemember it is priced at only $20.00.
$34.00. English Wing' Chair-Sol id Mahogany
frame; upholstered in. beautiful demin .... .$25.00
$30)0 Over-Stuffed Chair Mahogany frame:
. comfortable; great dignity and durability . .$20.00 : $15.00 Mahogany Music Cabinet Inlaid;
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, . $39.00 Over-Stuff ed , Rocker Mahogany
frame; built for comfort and service; highest
grade $30.00 Mahogany Candlesticks Heavy and seryice-
. . . Colonial Mirror French beveled glass,.-solid able; neat designs .$2.25
mahogany frame; strong and beautiful $15.00 Solid Brass Candlesticks Made of the, best .
. $20.00 Colonial Gold Frame Mirror French material ; excellent; quality ................... $2.50 (
hoveled glass; hand painted painting at top $15.00 . Large selection of brass and copper novelties for -
$28.50 Wing Chair Mahogany frame; up- 1 Christmas. These include desk! sets; smokers' articles; ;
"; holstered in green denim; solid and comfort . (.ard novelties; table decorations; etc. All are mod-
;;able ;;v;-.... a....; $20.00 ! eratelys'i4c .;. i. . Z '.. ... ..... V :l C.
Sale of Rugs All Week
The big sale of high-class rugs is to be continued all week. It in-- ;
eludes Brussels, Wilton velvets, Axminsters, Scotch weaves, all wool art '
squares and several other grades. ' The prices are cut very low for this .
week only.' 1 .
$14.00 Brussels Rug-Size 9x12 ............ $10.00
$22.50 Brussels.Rug-Size 9x12 $15.50
$33.50 Brussels Rug Size 9x12 .... .. .'. . . . . $25.00
$35.00 Royal Wilton Rug Size 9x12 . . . . $30.00
$38.00 Royal Wilton Rug Size 9x12 .... . ., $30.00
$45.00 Royal Wilton Rug Size 9x12 v!..Y,.. $35.00
$60.00 Royal. Wilton Rug-10-6xl2 $45.00
$40.00 Royal Axminster Rug-10-3xl2 ; . $30.00
$52.50 Ardahan Rug-Size 11-3x12 $42.00
$21.00 Brussels Rug Size 11-3x12 . .'. . . . . . . .$15.00
$35.00 Wilton Velvet Rug Size 11-3x12 .... $27.50
$48.00 Brussels Rug Size 10-6x13-6 $38.00
$40.00 Extra Axminster Size 10-6x13-6 .... .$30.00
$16.50 Brussels Rug-Size' (7-9x8-11 r;.' $11.00
.. . $13.00 Brussels Rug Size 6x10-9 . $10.00
$18.00 Brussels Rug Size 8-3x10-4 . . '.. ..... $11.00
$17.00 Brussels Rug Size 8-3x9-3 .......... $11.00
. $20.00 Brussels Rug-Size 8-3x11-6 $13.00
$16.50 Brussels Rdg-Size 6-9x12 $12.00
- ,$23.00 Brussels Rug Size 8-3x12-6 .$15.00
$32.00 Brussels Rug-Size 8-3x10-6 $18.00
-"$26.00 Brussels Rug Size 10-6x10-6 ....... $15.00
$26.50 Brussels Rug Size 10:6xl2 $18.00
$26.00 Brussels Rug Size 11-3x12-9 $19.00
, $22.50 Brussels Rug Size 9x11 $15.00
$20.00 Brussels Rug-Size 10-6x10-2 $12.00
$33.50 Brussels Rug-Size 9x12 ....$25.00
, $31.50 Brussels Rug Site 10-6x12 $19.00
$28.00 Brussels Rug Size 10-6x10-11 S18.00
- $32.50 Brussels Rug Size 10-6x12 $20.00
$26.00 Brussels Rug-Site 10-6x13 $14.00
$25.50 Brussels Rug Size 9x12-2 $1G.00
$24.00 Brussels Rug Size 10-6x12-3 $13.00
. $32,50 Brussels Rug Size 10-6x11-9 ..$20.00
$22.50 Wilton Velvet-Size 8-3x9 $15.00
$23.50 Wilton Velvet-Size 8-10x11-4 ...... $10.00
$24.00 Wilton Velvet-Size 6x9-6 .,. $1G.00
$22.50 Wilton Velvet-Size 8-3x8-3 . . . . . . .$15.00
$26.50 Wilton Velvet-Size 8-3x11-6 ..... . v .$19.00
$27,00 .Wilton Velvet Size '10-6x9-4 $17.00 .
$21.00 Wilton Velvet Size 8-3x9-6 .$13.00
$24.00' Wilton .Velvet-Size 8-3x9-6 ...... .'.$10.00
$27.00 Wilton Velvet Size 8-3x12 ... . .$19.00
$20.00 Wilton Velvet-Size 8-3x8-3 ........$12.00"
$31.00 Wilton Velvets-Size 10-6x10-6 ..... .$19.00
$41.50 Wilton Velvet-Size ' 10-6x11-1 ...... $28.00
$23.00 Axminster Rug-Size 8-3x10-9 $14.00
$22.50 Axminster Rug Size 8-3x8-9 $14.00
$35.00 Axminster Rug Size 8-3x12 ...$24.00
$25.00 Axminster Rug Size 8-3x10-9 ......$16.00
$27.50 Axminster Ru Size 7-4x10-6 ......$20.00
$31.00 Axminster Rug Size 8-3x10 $22.00
$33.00 Axminster Rug Size 10-6x11 $19.00
$34.00 Axminster Rug Size 10-6x12 ....... .S21.00
$32.50 Axminster Rug Size 10-6x11-6 ..... .$19.00
$12.75 Kashmir Rug Size 9x12 $8.50
$18.00 Scotch Weftve Rug Size 9x12 ......$12.00
$13.50 Wood Fibre Rug Size 9x12 .$10.00
Best Quality All-Wool Art Squares
$16.25 All Wool Art Square Size 12x13-6 ..$12.50
$14.50 All Wool Art Square Size 12x12 . . . .$11.00
$12.60 All Wool Art Square-Size 12x10-6 . . .T$9.50
$10.80 All Wool Art Square Size 9x12 $8.25
$8.10 All Wool Art Square Size. 9x9 ....... .$0.50
$6.75 All Wool Art Square Size 9x7-6 $5.50
$5.40 All Wool' Art Square Size 6x9- $4.25
Wool Filling Art Squares :
$11.70 Wool Filling Art Square Size 12x13-6 $9.55
$10.40 Wool Filling Art Square Size 12x12 V. $8.50 '
$9.10 Wool Filling Art Square Size 12x10-6 $7.40
$7.80 Wool Filling Art Square Size 9x12 T.. .$0.35
$6.83 Wool Filling Art Square Size 9x10-6 .' .$5.55
$5.85 Wool Filled Art Square Size 9x9 ..... .$4.75
$5.00 Granite Art Square Size 9x12 ....... $3.50
, RtmemberCood furniture may be cheap, but "cheap fumfture cannot be good.
MEer, Bte wart l Beaton Co.
THE TAG POLICY HOUSE
413-1047 South Sixteenth Street