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THE OMAITA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, "NOVEMBER 2, 1902.
DEATH TO BE THE PENALTiT
Gottlieb Niojrenfind is Guilty of Mnrdor in
JURY IS OUT FOR TWENTY HOURS
! at First rarer Life Imprison
ment and After That Only On
(III th Pinal Ballot
weather and other attractiooa tbe attend
oca ii not at targe at It otherwise would
have been. The Plattemouth band fur
nlahed excellent music before the address.
Oeorge L. Sheldon, nominee for state sn
ator, and M. L Frledrlch. nominee for rep
reaentatlre, were preaent.
FIERCE. Neb., Nov. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) After being out nearly twenty
hours the Jury In the ease of the etate of
Nebraska against Oottlieb Nlrgenflnd
brought In a verdict of guilty In the first
degree, aa followa:
We, the Jury In the esse, being duly Im
paneled and sworn, do And Hnd say that
the defendant, Oottlieb Nlrgenflnd. Is
guilty of murder in the first degree, aa
charged In the Information, and fix the
pcnallv at death.
(Signed.) C. LKRl'M. Foreman.
The Jury retired to deliberate yesterday
afternoon, and It was expected that they
would soon bring In a verdict. All after
Boon the crowd remained around the court
room, expecting every moment that the Jury
would bring In ltg verdict.
When last night arrived and there was
Bo verdict the people began to despair.
After the verdict bad been read thla fore
Boon at 10:30 o'clock the Judge discharged
the Jury, thanking the members for their
Nlegenflnd received the verdict with
bowed head and did not display the least
Ign of fear. Attorney Kelley filed the cus
tomary motion for a new trial and the Judge
will probably bear the motion some time
It Is understood that after retiring the
jury took a ballot standing ten for hanging
and two for life Imprisonment. After that
It vii eleven for hanging to one for II to
RAIKES AND HIS HALF HEDGE
f'onrt Concludes He "old Xo More Than
He Owned and Flnda Him "at
t.nlltr f Fraud. "
TLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Nov. 1. (Special.)
Jerk Ralkes, charged with obtaining
money under false pretenses, was founl
not guilty In Justice Arrher's court. The
caee was a rather complicated one and
had a number of Interesting featurca. It
was shown that a man named tulbertson
bed made a deal to cut a string of hedge
fence on the Levi Churchill place, agreeing
to cut tbe hedge Into posts for a half share
of the same. Before the work waa done
Culbcrtson sold half of his Interest to
Ralkes, and the Utter in turn sold out to
William McOhee. The last-named pur
chaser thought he had bought the entire
fence, and when he found that Raikes did
not own It he awore out a complaint against
him for obtaining money under false pre
tenses. The court, however, concluded that
there waa nothing to show that Ralkes bad
represented himself as the owner jt tho
hedge, and that he bad mete! aold his
Interest In the contract and not In the
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Quality and price are tbe fundamental features of every purchase the basic element in all trade transactions yet nothing is cneap which tines not posses?
standard grades, priced on a bargain basis, sucn as we now quote, are esiremeiy gr.un.i nig. juiimrruw sum
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sterling worth proportionate to the price asked, but
an event in which every department of the store participates, and every section contributes its quota of very unusual values
SMITHFIELD JJANK ROBBED
lafe and Interior of Bnlldlnar Badly
Damaged and One Thousand
SMITHFIELD, Neb., Nov. 1. (Special
Telegram.) The bank eafe at Smlthfleld
was blown open last night, with a loss of
The safe and inside of building waa de
molished. Two strangers were about town
yesterday and are suspected of being tbe
Ona of them was in tbe bank bevera!
times during the day. He waa about 26
years old, black eyes and mustache, rather
short, well dreased In dark fuit of rlothea,
was about Ave feet eight or nine lnchea tall
and weight was about 150 pounds; had red
face and hollow cheeka. The other man
was somewhat taller, dresaed in dark gray
ult of clothes, smooth face, about 25 years
Petty Thief la Arrested.
BHELTON. Neb., Nov. 1. (Special.) A
stranger giving his name as John Casey
took a woman's rape from In front of the
tore of M. A. Hostetter Wednesday even
ing, and later tried to sell It at the saloon.
Not succeeding he hid It In an abandoned
coal shed, where .t was found by one of the
clerks. Further search found the fellow
hiding in a shed and he was arrested and
locked up. He was brought before a Jury
In Justice Mitchell's eourt, where he
changed his plea from not guilty to guilty,
and was sentenced to thirty days in the
county jail at Kearney. He says his home
Is In Kansas. i A companion was also ar
rested, but later discharged.
Saandera County Tenchera Meet.
ASHLAND, Neb., Nov. 1. (Special.) A
meeting of teachers of 8ection No. 7.
Saunders county, was held today at the
High school room. The morning session
was opened with music by tbe Memphis
quartet, Ernest Harrison and Misses Lets,
Bessie and Minnie Knox. The morning pro
gran) comprised: "Primary Geography," by
Miss Grace Will, discussion by Lena Arm
strong, Llbble Henry. Ashland; "Nature
Work," a paper by Miss Mame Rose Fros
ser. District 16, discussion. Miss Bessie
Barbe and Miss Lulu Shuman, Ashland.
Miss Frances Miller read a paper on
"Amount of Written Work." discussed by
Miss Isabell Hill and H. N. Lynn, Ithaca,
at the afternoon session. "Essentials of
Good Government," by W. O. Putney, Dis
trict 30; discussion, Arthur Glggs, Mem
phis; Ralph K. Hays, District 3. "Environ
ment and Heredity," by Principal T. A.
Butcher, Ashland, and discussed by Frlncl-
nal J. Lov Gllkeson. Memphis, and Miss
Ollle B. Brya, Ashland, completed the pro
gram. A large, number of county teachers
from Wahoo and other towns were In attendance.
Fleec cotton blankets at special prices.
per pair, $1.49, $1.35, $1.25. $1.00, ("Q
90c, 75c and OVC
50 pairs all pure wool, red and black, auJ
and white and black plaid blankets,
regular price $4.75; spe-
clal price, pair OeOvJ
White woolen blankets, extra quality and
slxe, unshrinkable, and worth O Q F
$5; special price, pair OiOD
One rase silver gray all wool blankets, sold
regularly at $5.75; special QQ
price, pair KJtzrCj
One case esch of all wool plaids snd pure
white blankets; these are twilled and
recommended for good wear, regular
price $7.60; special price, "J Elf",
Other splendid values In colored and white
blankets, at pair, $12.50, fl CA
$10.00, $8.50. $7.50 and OeOVJ
We also carry a stock of the St. Mary's
mills, Princeton mills, Davenport mills,
Covington mills. New Bremen mills. Bay
view mills and other standard makea.
Smyth Talks to at Handful.
DAVID CITT, Neb.. Nov. 1. (Speelat
Telegram.) For weeks large posters have
been distributed all over Butler county an
nounclng that Hon. C. J. Smyth would
speak In the opera house In this city thla
afternoon. The Surprise band was em
ployed to assist In procuring a crowd,
When Mr. Smyth commenced speaking
there were 144 men, women and children
In the room by actual count. When he
ault sneaking the audience waa smaller
than when he commenced. A large num
her of old-time democrats who were In
town did not go to hear Mr. Smyth.
Select Site for Tork'a Y. M. C. A.
YORK, ' Neb., Not. 1. (Special.) The
Toung Men's Christian association building
and locating committee, by a vote of 15 to
t. decided last night to buy the Love lots
next to tbe large three-story building now
being built by Baer Son. The price the
association will pay for tbe lots is $3,400.
Only ten days ago they sold for $2,600. This
location meets with the approval of i
majority of the business men. Many ob
Sections were raised to the location of tbe
building on the Jackson corner and the
committee was forced to make a change.
The two lower rooms will be rented for
Clot Dinar Torn from His Bark.
TORK. Neb.. Nov. 1. (Special.) James
Crist, an employe of the York roller mills,
had a thrilling experience and a miracu
lous escape from Instant death while at
his work In tbe mill this morning. He waa
climbing a ladder to adjust the machinery
and a shafting caught hia clothing. He
held onto the ladder but before the ma
chinery was stopped neurly every stitch of
clothing was torn from his body, mostly
Into small strips. Except for the strain
and the acare, he Is almost without Injury.
Build Three Ifew Store Bolldlnara.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Nov. 1. (Special)
C. C. Parmele and A. W. White will at
once begin the erection of three fine brick
store buildings just north of the postomce
in this city. At the corner of Sixth and
Vine streets the building will be 50x70 feet
and. adjoining on tbe south another will be
40x70 in dimensions, and the one adjoining
that will fill in the remainder of the
cant lot. Strelght Btrelght, furniture
dealers, will odcupy the north room and
Wurl Coffey, dry goods and groceries,
Bryan Talks to School Children.
MARQUETTE. Neb., Nov. 1 (Special.)
W. J. Bryan spoke from the rear end of his
private car yesterday to about 150 people
including the school in a body. About fifty
voters were present. A large crowd was
expected by the local committee, as
rained just enough In the morning to atop
threshing and corn husking. Mr. Bryan
train was two bqurs late.
Judge Sorenberger came here to speak
Wednesday, but he was not advertised and
went away without speaking.
Plara Brlnar Fancy Prices.
FAIRFIELD, Nob.. Nov. 1. (Special.) At
Sam McWelvIe Son'a annual sale of Poland-China
hogs yesterday, with Colonel
T. C. Callahan aa master of ceremonies,
forty-nine head of mostly enprlng pigs
brought $1,500. A Mr. Bollinger of Colo
rado paid the top price, $87.60, for a year
Close Cass County Campaign.
PLATT8MOUTH, Neb.. Nov. 1. (Special.)
Hon. Norrle Brown closed the campaign
In Cass county for the republicans last
evening with an interesting address on the
political Issues In Waterman's hell in this
city. Owing, doubtless, to the inclement
Andrews Talks at Albion.
ALBION. Neb.. Nov. 1. (Special.) On
Thursday evening W. E. Andrews, assistant
auditor In the Treasury department, spok
on political Issues at the opera house. The
hall was crowded. Many democrats an
populists gave him respectful attention. HI
speech seemed to take well. The Albion
band furnished the music.
Politics are quiet and a light vote will
ANOTHER SHIPMENT of
outing flannel, mill ends running from 4
.to 15 yarda worth 10c E
at, yard OC
Extra heavy twilled and fleeced
outing flannel, the best make made,
worth 15c yard; special -f f
Art Dept. Suit Dept.
We are special
agents for the world-
Columbia Shetland Wools
A complete assortment In all colors.
New Angora Ice and Saxony
Wools and Germantown Yarns
In all colors.
New Sofa Tillow Tops, New
Silk Art Cords and Tassels
Low priced Inducementa, unless coupled
with reliability and sterling worth, are of
little Interest to the prudent buyer, but
standard made suits, jackets, skirts,
waists and furs, priced on a bargain basis
such as we quote, are extremely gratifying.
Head carefully the following items:
New- Designs for
Large and fluffy comforts, filled with medi
cated cotton, sllkollno covered and hand
tied, worth $2.00; apeclal
Flannelettes for waists, dress
ing sscques, klmonss and wrappers,
beautiful styles at yard, 15c, -f rv
12He and 1 1C
Marcella waistings in beauti
ful mercerized stripes and plaids, with
crepe de chene and momle grounds; all
are washable and fast colors and a.e
very stylish for waists, only
All wool, check and plaid M Q U II t MlNlCK
lar for man tailored walats; these are
washable and worth 75c yard; on spe
cial sale at half price, OT'.
yard O 1 2C
Plain French flannels in all
shades, viz.: Red, green, tan, gray,
pink, hello, blue snd old rose,. Jn
Unprecedented sale of choic
est weaves a recent large pur
chase of the latest fashionable
fabrics, including canvas
cloths,- etamines, mistrals,
and pleated new stock collar, o OK camel's hair, zibelines, cheviots,
a regular $5.00 value at OimD
etc., win go on saie luninrruw
at the following prices:
Stylish Flannel Waists
It was one of those unexpected chances
that came our way. We took the entire
lot of fine French flannel waists, colors
pearl, preen, red and blue, slot seam
Extra size, filled with medicated cotton. Figured French
double faced and hand
$3.00; special price,
2x2tt yards This Is even larger than
the majority of ladles make, quality of
covering la extra fine and double faced,
worth $3.60; special price,
real genuine Imported
but all pure wool,
medium weight, washable
ahrlnkable, all are perfect
WThite skirting flannels, part
wool and all wool, a most comprehensive
line at lowest prices, ranging (f
from 26c yard, up to ijJ I
Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Kid Gloves
LINENS Special advance sale on Irish
hand embroidered dollies and center
pieces; ALSO CLUNY LACE. DO NOT
FAIL TO INSPECT OUR LINE. THE
PRICES ARE TEMPTING.
Hand embroidered scalloped doilies, worked
In beautiful wreath and floral p
designs, each, 35c and ZijC - x i , ,
18-Inch and 20-Inch round centerpieces, all , . , , '
scalloped and worked in beautiful de- d racing an me ceieDraiea
signs; these are worth from $2.25 to manufacturers; newest shades
$3.00; special sale, each, -4 . . ..
ins and l.wO fr street and reception wear.
24-Inch round centerpieces, scalloped and Long gloves for evening Wear;
woraea in anover ana wreatn designs,
worth from $2.60 to $5.50; special price.
each, $2.40, $2.25, $1.75, $1.65
Complete assortment of silks
and mercerized cottons for em
Bralnar ft Armstrong' art embroidery
silks In all colors.
Latest' Novelties in Irish and
Venetian Point Laces
In galoon, medallions, bands and inser
tions, at a yard, S3. 50, down OCT
to 75c, 50c, 35c and mlOC
New Hemstitched Chiffon Veil,
With chenille and velvet
color combinations, each,
from $1.00 to
Fall weight cheviot, ilbellne and broad
cloth, correct in style and shape, effect
ively trimmed with tailor folds and
kilted, some with separate drop skirts,
colors, blue, grays and Q CCfrn
blacks, $13, $12, $10 and Oaull
Swell Blouse and
Norfolk Walking Suits
The price little Indicates what superb
styles are offered; smart mixtures
In green, blue and black, Scotch mix
tures, snowflakes and plain colore; coats
lined with taffeta silk and heavy satin;
skirts, lap seam, slot seam, strapped
and kilted, at $30.00, $25.00 d rv
2o.oo ltJJJ ines, etc., all wool, colored and
black, all worth from ?1.25 to
39c This lot contains serges,
brilliantines, Henriettas, plaids
and checks, granite weaves,
etc., all wool. 38 to 4 i in. wide,
colored and black 'IQp
Monday only kJzs
79c 48 to 54-in. cheviots
storm serges, basket weaves,
momie cloth, canvas cloth, zibel-
High grade novelties
In chiffon and lace boas, at 0 Cf
each. $20.00, $6.60, $4.60 to....O.OU
New wide lace collars
Elegant assortment In Irish
Venetian point, Battenburg,
each, $6.50, $2.00, $1.50
, etc., at
Sable and Isabella fox scarfs,
choice, excellently matched skins,
with large tails, most stylish
scarfs at an unusually low price.
We have a large quantity of them, but
they will go quickly at the
prices, $14.00, $13.00...
$1.50 per yd., will go
on sale Monday, only.
Monte Carlo Coats
Real Cluny dollies and centerpieces at
each, $3.75. $2.50, $1.75. $1.60,
$1.35, $1.25, $1, 90c, 85c, 75c and ,.OuC
also a large assortment
MEN'S AND BOYS' GLOVES;
walking gloves, driving gloves,
white and light shades for recep
Qf Latest Novelties in Wrist Bags,
in new nlgn grade leathera in new
shades of red, green, turquoise, cream,
etc.; also rich Persian and antique
silk tapestry, -elegantly mounted, at
each, $12.50. $5.00, $3.50
98c In this lot can be found
mistral cloth, broadcloth,
poplins, cheviots, mohair
weaves, etamines, zibelines,
etc,; a good line to selei t
from; 50 to 54 in. wide, colored
all new style eleeves, all lengths, lined and black, Worth from $1.50 to
throughout with guaranteed satin, at an nn j -v
Handsome garments of Monttnac, zlbeltne
and kersey, all the latest styles, box
pleat. Inverted pleat and full loose back,
quality, $60 to
CORNER FARNAM AND FIFTEENTH STREETS.
APPEAL IN TRACTION CASE
L'nooln Insists it Should Have tho First
Lien on Street Eailway.
AVING CONTRACT GETS INTO COURT
Baa Bntte Cossty .Man Fined for
Shooting- an Antelope In at Xelarh
borlnar Cossty Without Flrat
Securing; a License.
Gaore County Mortgage Record.
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 1. (Special.)--The
mortgage report for Gage county for
the month of October Is as follows: Num
ber of farm mortgages filed, 18: amount,
$29,341. Number of farm mortgages re
leased. 28; amount, $39,136. Number of city
and town mortgages filed, 28; amount, $16,
641. Number of city and town mortgages
released, 22; amount, $12,815.
J nut What tbe Wheat Seeded.
TORK. Neb.. Nov. 1. (Special.) Yester
day's rain Improved the York county
farmers' prospect for another large rrop
of wheat. Winter wheat was not put In
this year as early as last year, owing to
the excessive rains. The late rains are
bringing the wheat out in good shape.
You certainly do not
Know how generally dis
agreeable you make your
self, or you would stop
coughing. No one can
read or rest in the
same house with you.
Can't stop it? Then
we must tell you about
No medicine like it for stopping coughs, heal
ing sore lungs, quieting inflammation in the
bronchial tubes, and preventing serious lung
troubles. Ask your doctor if he could give
J. C. Aver Co.,
" Last fall I contracted a severe cold on my lungs which continued spite
of alt 1 could do. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and was quickly
relieved. 1 am now perfectly well.'
Miss Emma Miller, Fort Snelling, Minn.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 1. (Special.) City At
torney Strode today served upon the at
torneys of the Lincoln Traction company a
nlnoty-elgbt-page brief In support of the
city's appeal from Judge Cornish's de
cision In the somewhat celebrated tax case.
This Is the long-pending suit in which the
city seeks to foreclose upon the property
of the street railway company a Hen ot
$134,000 for paving taxes, due ever since
18S7 and up to tbe time the company went
into the hands of a receiver. Since the
latter date tbe taxca have all been paid.
Tbe new owners of the company, who de
rive their title through tbe foreclosure of
a mortgage of the New York Security and
Trust company, the first mortgage bond
holders, dispute the correctness of tho
claim of the city and Insist that thuy
should not pay for tbe taxes due from thJ
Rapid Transit company, which was con
solidated with the old Lincoln Street Rail
way company after tbe fust mortgage bad
been given. ' The road was made tho vic
tim of a stock Jobbing operation In the i
early '90s, and the contest now is between i
the city and the victimized first mortgage
bondholders, which should stand tbe loss,
it being claimed thst the city, having had
an opportunity to tolle.-t the taxes, should
lose, as being the one most negligent In
This suit has caused all sorts of trouble
In Lincoln. The tract lou company once got
the city to accept ,a $85,000 compromise,
but Dr. Farnham enjoined this and It fell
The decree of the district court, from
which an appeal is taken, gave judgment
for an aggregate of $4,168 214.01. Ot this
the city got first lien for $57,116, tsxes
due; tbe New York Security and Trust
company secured a second lien for $'J04.000;
the city got a third lien for $44,208.46 and
the New York Guaranty and Indemnity
company, second mortgage bolders, lor
The city's chief cause of complaint is
that the court disregarded the evidence
showing that the Rapid Transit company
waa consolidated with the Lincoln Street
railway before the mortgage waa given,
and therefore the Rapid Transit taxes,
represented by the thtrd lien as above,
should really come in ahead of the first
mortgage, which gets a second Hen. In
the present sistus of the caue, if this
claim is successful, the Traction company,
to get a clear title, muBt pay both liens.
Qnarrel Over I'avlag.
Before Judge Frost this afternoon City
Attorney Strode made his return to the
writ of mandamus asked by tbe Barber
Asphslt company to compel the mayor and
city council to amard It tbe contract for
paving district No. 16, C street from Elev
enth to Seventeenth.
The contract was awarded the Green
River company as the lowest bidder. The
Barber company oDered to do the actual
paving for less than the other, but the
Green River folks bid on all three, curb
ing, griding and paving, and by aggregat
ing thtss the work would b dona by the
Green River people for less than the bid
of the Barber company for paving, added
to that ot other contractors for grading
The Barber company complains that no
such discretionary power Is lodged In the
council, and that the charter la explicit In
saying that tbe paving must be awarded
to tbe lowest responsible bidder.
Another factor waa that the Green River
people agreed to lay the paving this fall,
while the Barber company declined to do
It until spring. The case will be submit
ted to Judge Frost for Immediate decision.
Fined foe Violating- Game Law.
Deputy Game Warden Slmpklns has re
ceived letters from George L. Carter, trav
eling deputy of the game and fish com
mission, to the effect that he recently se
cured the arrest of Charles Porter of Box
Butte county for having shot an antelope
in Cheyenne county without a license. The
accused was given trial at Alliance before
County Judge D. K. Spacht, who. In view
of the man's poverty. Inflicted the mini
mum penalty, a fine of $2 and coats. Under
the game law of the state one may hunt
game In the open season In his own county
without a license, but If he hunts beyond
the limits of his county he must first sup
ply himself with a license, which may be
obtained ot any county clerk and which
entitles tbe holder to hunt In any county
In the state. '
Senator Millard. William Wallace,
Charles H. Brown. Charlea F. McGrew and
Lawrence D. Spauldlng appear as Incorpo
rators and directors of the Omaha Safe De
posit and Trust company, which filed ar
ticles ' today with the secretary of state.
Its purpose is to do a general business In
real estate and securities of all kinds and
to maintain safety deposit vaults In Omaha.
The authorized capital stock Is $400,000.
The Continental Trust company of Omaha
has filed its articles of incorporation, with
I. 8. Leavitt, D. C. John and F. P. Leavltt
as Incorporators and $100,000 authorized
Shiverick Furniture Company.
Shiverick Furniture Company.
SOME SNAPPY VALUES FOR THIS WEEK IN
'Furniture, Rugs, Curtains
OUR GREAT COMBINATION
THE 6REATEST OFFER
SIX Solid Oak Dining Chairs with a 5peclal OJoas Finish; ONE 6-ft. Solid Oak Top Extension
Table with 4-Inch Fluted Legs, Patent Bolted Construction, and ONE of the Oreatest Imitation
Quartered Oak Finished Sideboards ever constructed, artistically Ornamented with Heavy Hand
Carvings; has a beautiful 14x14 Ocrman Bevel Qlaaa. THE CUTS 01 THIS SHEET Fill TO 00 THE! JUSTICE
KILLED BY TRAIN AT CROSSING
Mister is Also I)aaaeronsly Hnrt
Wltaea.es gay Ko Whistle
WINSIDE, Neb.. Nov. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) The Norfolk passenger train from
Sioux City struck a carriage containing
Mamie and Alice Elliott, daughters of John
Elliott of this city, at the first crossing
west of town, killing Mamie. Alice Is still
unconscious and probably fatally Injured.
Tbe team escaped. The accident occurred
about 7:15 and several - witnesses say no
whistle was sounded for the crossing.
Assigned to t'ral.er Newark.
BEATRICE. Neb., Nov. 1. (Special.)
Lieutenant George A. Day, a eon of Mr.
and Mra. H. O Day of this city, has been
assigned to duty on the cruiser Newark,
now undergoing repairs at the Charleston
navy yards. Lieutenant Dsy, who has
been visiting here for tbe paat two weeka,
left yeaterday afternoon for the cast to
assume his duties on the cruiser.
Sew riatt. month City rhalrlaa.
PLATT8MOITH. Neb.. Nov. 1 (Special.)
Dr. J. S. Livingston has been appointed
city physician and chairman of the Board
of Health of Plattamouth to succeed Dr.
E. D. Cummins.
Two Jfw Raral Deliveries.
DORCHESTER, Neb.. Nov. 1. (Special.)
Dorchester now boasts of three rural free
delivery mall routes. Route No. 1 baa bean
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This Great Combination of 8 Pieces (or
and made from the Northern Oak
which la ALWAYS THE BEST
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SHIVERICK FURNITURE & CARPET CO.
13 15-1317 Farnam Street
OMAHA, NEB. .
For this week we will aell 9x12 Smith
Axmlnster Rugs, all new
patterns and colorings,
worth J 28. for
We will place on sale, our full line of
Blgelow Imperial rugs In sizes 8-Sx
10-8 and 6x12 your
choice of our complete
line, worth $42.60, for
r full line of
In sizes 8-8x
Extra fine quality fine
Curtains, full 60 Inches
wide, 3V yards long,
worth $3.50, for
You - choice of a big line of Irish Point
Brussels Net and Arab Curtains-
worth from $5.00 to
$7.60 on sale this week
We will place on
9x12 all wool Smyrna Rugs, good pat
terns, all new goods
sale 9x12 Tapestry
all new goods
s, good pat-
Shiverick Furniture Company.
Shiverick Furniture Company.
in operation for the past year. The two
new routes were opened today, with
O. D. Nichols and C. C. Bishop as carriers.
In all a rural population of more than 1.50"
Is served by these three routes. Postmas
ter Weston has Just installed new office
fixtures In order to properly handle the in
Rain Delays Corn llasklnar.
BEATRICE. Neb., Nov. 1. (Special.)
A heavy rain fell in this vicinity yesterday.
As many farmers are engaged in buaklng
their corn crop. It will have a tendency to
retard the work somewhat.
printing plants In the west ,wtll build a
large, modem three-story brick building.
The Union recently sold Its present build
ing to the National Medicine company, who
will get possession as soon as a new build
ing Is ready for occupancy.
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 1. (Special.)
Enterprise Rebekab lodge No. ( tendered
a reception to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Snow,
old and respected residents of this city,
who leave In a few days to make their
home at Jennings, Kan.
I Omaha, United States district attorney, who
was here under the auspices of the rcpub
I lican state committee. Mr. Sommers spoke
for two hours and held his audience, even
j to the populists and fuslonists, until tho
last of bis address. The Kennard band was
engaged by the county central committee
and tbe rally was an old-timer from start
Xew. paper I nlon Bnllds.
YORK. Neb., Nov. 1 (Special. ) The
York Newspaper Union, one of tbe largest i gram.) The opera house
newspaper, book, ready prim and Job J sight to hear Hon. W.
Summer. Speak, at Blair
BLAIR. Neb., Nov. 1. (Special
was crowded to
8. Sommers of
bill posters was declared off today pending
an Investigation by a board of arbitration.
Nov. 1. The strike of union
Pennsylvania Dividend Fixed.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 1. The Pennsyl
vania railroad today declared a semi -an.
nual dividend of I per cent.
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