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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, AUGUST 1.1. 1003.
COTTAGE PLAN IS FAVORED
Ooramiaion Which V.iiU Eastern Iciana
AiIuih Make Its Report
COSTS MORE TO START, USS TO OPERATE
Sua Virin Warms Heaters at
MltUkri Idea CoBceralag; tha
Ope a geaaoa 01 Fralrla
CFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Aug. 11 (Bpeclal.-The cot
tage system of carina; for the Insane will
be tried at Norfolk If the recommendations
pf Attorn General Prout, Architect Tyler
and Superintendent Kerns are effective,
they cams back from a tour of Illinois,
Indiana and Ohio Institutions much im
pressed with the plan. Mr. Prout says:
"Wi visited the Institutions at Kankakee,
111., Toledo and Masalllon, O.. and Logans
port, Ind., and are convinced that tha cot
tage system Is the thing. It provides facil
ities for the better classification of pa
tients In groups of their own kind than
does the old system of housing them all
tn the same building; It minimizes the
danger from firs or other accident to the
Institution; It affords vastly superior san
itation and offers many other hardly less
Important advantages for the comfort and
batter cars of patlenta."
The attorney general says that his se
oclatea on tha trip concur with him In
tha opinion that tha cottage system Is an
ideal system for the care of the Insane and
that they will jointly recommend Its adop
tion at Norfolk at tha next meeting of the
board. The appropriation for the new In
stitution to supplant the old one that was
burned la 1100.000. Attorney General Prout
ays ha thinks that thla wtll be sufficient
to erect he necessary administration build
ing and probably three cottages of the di
mensions required to accommodate about
200 patients. The bill for the erection of
this Institution Imposes no limitations or
restrictions on the character of the build
ing except that It must be fireproof, and
taw recommendation of the commission
will contemplate that the cottages to be
erected shall be of that character. Mr.
Prout says that he was advised by par
ties tn authority at "Toledo) where the
Ideal Institution was found, that the cot
tage system Is the more expensive In the
matter ot Installation, but Is a decided
economy In the matter of expense of main
tenance and as well that of comfort and
effectiveness for the care and treatment, of
He thinks that there Is llrtle question
that tha board will be Inclined to adopt
tha recommendation of the commission.
This It will be able to do because tha fire
left standing the heating plant, laundry
and lighting and water plants, while nearly
or quite half of the brick and much of
the stone that ware In the ruined building
will be available for use In the new.
Toledo a Model.
General Prout says that the Institution
at Toledo Is a magnificent plant. In addi
tion to the administration building, the
steam plant structure, the laundry and
other essential buildings there are fifty
four cottages detached, each capable of
accommodating from thirty-five to fifty
patients,- There Is a central dining room,
and smaller ones In . tha wards for such
patlenta as are unable to take their meals
In tha main dining hall.
At. Maaaillon there la also a central hall,
with occasional smaller ones in the wards.
The main hall la a sumptuous apartment
with marble wainscoting and other ornate
and costly appointments, costing without
. Its. f iMplsningaakout. (1(1000. ..-The super
intendent's hoUMT'Vost about $75,000 and
there are a large number of cottages.
The asylum at Kankakee, 111., Is an enor
mous Institution, ' accommodating some
thing over 2,000 patients and having about
480 attendants. It is not built wholly on
ths cottage plan, for there Is a large main
building which formed the nucleus of the
Institution, and there have since been built
twenty-four detached structures on ths
targe house order.
At Loganeport, Ind., the mansion order
Is still more pronounced, the so-called cot
tages being capable of accommodating
100 patients each and being comprised of
two wards, one on each of two floors.
State Architect Tyler took copious notes
of the construction and appointments ot
the best cottsges as he went along, which
he will be able to utilise In tha plans for
the Norfolk Institution should the Board
of Public Lands and Buildings conclude to
accept the recommendations of this com
mission of Inspection.
Geveraer Mickey to Eajoy Oatlag.
Governor John H. Mickey, Mrs. Mickey
and four'chlldren will depart in a few days
for Colorado, the mission of the executive
being to enjoy a period of sight-seeing and
recreation In the mountains. After seeing
that the family is pleasantly located, the
governor will return to Lincoln to be pres
ent at the republican state convention
Tuesday of next week, after whloh he will
again depart for ths west to remain an
Kim rods Doa't I'aderataad tha Law.
State Game Warden Carter has Just re
turned from a tour of the counties In the
extreme western part of tha state, looking
for offenders against ths game laws and
appointing a number of deputies, whose
duty It will be to keep a lookout for poach
ers. Mr. Carter during his Journey found
thst there was a popular misconception
among hunters as to the open season this
year when quail and prairie chicken may
be killed. The legislature of two years
ago passed a law prohibiting the shooting
of quail until tha fall of 1901, when the
open season on these birds begins on No
vember 1 and continues for one month only.
The chicken season begins October 1 and
continues until the end of November,
whereas the old law permitted the shooting
of chickens beginning with September 1
and lasting four months. Many of the
hunters figured that because the law per
mitted the killing of quail In the fall of
1903 that the law as to the chicken season
was also amended so as to allow chicken
shooting during September; but this notion,
states the chief game warden, is a serious
mistake. Mr. Carter has Instructed his
corps of deputies to rigidly enforce the
law against chicken shooting in September
and all offenders will encounter a stiff
prosecution If they venture Into the fields
until October 1. Birds are reported to be
numerous In the western ' counties and
Game Warden Carter predicts some fine
sport for tha nlmrods who are content to
abide by the law.
Appolatmeats by tha Ooveraor.
Governor Mickey today announced the re
appointment of Mrs. II. H. Wheeler, of Lin
coln, as a member of the visiting and ex
amining board to the Home for the Friend
less. The executive also Issued commis
sions to John L. Webster and W. J. Con
nell of Omaha, naming them as delegates
to the American Mining congress, which as
sembles in Deadwood and Lead, In the
Black Hills, September 7.
tat Bonre Brevities.
' Tha Chambers Academy company of
Omaha today Died articles of Incorporation
with the secretary of state, tha capital
stock of tha concern being fixed at $30,000,
W. E. Chambers, O. R. Chambers and L.
P. Chambers appear as the Incorporators.
Tha Lincoln Heights Street Railway com
pany of Lincoln has filed Incorporation
articles with Secretary of State Marsh,
with capital stock of $10,000. The project
contemplates tha reorganisation and recon
struction of a horse car line running from
Lincoln three miles to the addition of Bel
mont, tha seat of Worthlngton academy
prior to the destruction of that bistlthtlon
five -years ago by Ore. - 'According to tha
plana ot tha promoters the Una Is to be
converted Into an electrlo line, the power
being furnished by gasoline motors manu
factured in this city rather than from a
trolley wire. Councilman L L. Lyman is
tha prima mover in ths project.
Mrs. Hattla M. Fletcher, of tha clerical
force in tha office of the secretary of
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state, departed today for Callaway. Buffalo
county, for a two weeks' vacation.
Paaalas; la Dope.
Rsy Hann, who was recently released
from the penitentiary, where he had served
an eight-year sentence for burglary In
Omaha, was srrested today on the charge
of having parked In opium to the convicts.
The warden found two bottles In a freight
car. His attention was directed to the
matter by finding In a letter to one of the
convicts from Hann a number. He hap
pened to raise his eyes, while perusing the
letter, end Just outxlde, on the sidetrack,
was a freight car bearing the same num
bers. He investigated and found the dope
In the drawhead. The letter was deliv
ered, snd in a short time thereafter the
convict, a truaty, was discovered tacktng
Judiciously for the car.
Hann was released after being warned.
The warden found that there was no law
which prevents the furnlahlng of opium
by a cltlsen to prisoners. The only inhi
bition is against prisoners giving it to one
Raises Novel Qaestloa.
The point is raised In an appeal to the
supreme court from Sherman county
whether a school teacher's psy goes on
when his school has been closed by the
Board of Health. Henry Howard has won
In his contention that it does, in both Jus
tice and district courts, but the board is
stubborn In Its stand.
Henry was employed to teach the school
for nine months In the village of Ashton,
Sherman county, beginning Beptember I.
1900. at $50 a month. He was employed
by B. Lukasscwski as acting director. Able
Bak aa acting treasurer, and Andrew Garst.
ka as moderator. After he had taught for
eight months and for one day on the ninth
the Board of Health and the Village board
passed resolutions prohibiting the holding
of meetings In the town, and asking that
the schools be closed because of an ept
demlo of smallpox in the state, some cases
having appeared in Ashton. Then it wns
thst the board directed that schools be
closed, and paid off tha teacher for the
eight months taught.
He was not satisfied, and brought suit
for the other $30, as well aa tor fit alleged
to be due for Janitor services. Later on
the board asked him to go ahead and teach
the other month, but his contract time had
expired, and he declined. The board there
upon made a tender in court of the $18 for
suitor services, but Henry recovered Judg
ment In both the Justice's and district court
for the entire amount claimed under tho
Board Takes av Trls.
The State Board of Education left again
this morning on a tour of the competing
cities for the Normal school site. The
board will be at Kearney until tomorrow.
Then It goes to Lexington, thence to Goth
enburg, snd landing at North Platte Fri
day. This will complete but seven of the
fifteen competitive cities.
of Attorney R. M. Hunt Mr. MrCellum
was Introduced to the convention snd made
a short and vigorous speech, declaring he
would do all he could for the party and
try to win In the election.
Fraternal Day at Wlaslde.
WIN-SIDE. Neb., Aug. ll.-Speelal.-
Testerdsy was a lively day In Wlnslde,
the fraternal insurance societies, particu
larly the Modern Woodmen of America and
Sons of Hermann of this place, gave a
plonlc for the benefit of the town and their
lodges, entertaining about 1.000 people. Rev.
B. A. Prals made the address ot welcome
In the public park and E. R. Gurney In
troduced the speaker of the day. Senator
W. W. Toung of Stanton, who spoke very
entertainingly for about an hour. He com
pared Nebraska with many states, both
east and west, and, of course, decided that
we are enjoying the most fertile spot in
the world. He gave the histories and ob
jects of various lodges. In the afternoon
there was a game of base ball between
Wayne Normal and Pllger teams a very
one-sided exhibit of the national game. In
which the Wayie team won by 16 to 0.
Then followed a very interesting game of
basket bull between the women's college
team cf Wayne and a team of Wlnlde
girls. This resulted In a tie, the score being
11 to 11. The remainder of the afternoon
was taken up by various sports on Main
street a tug of war, bicycle and foot rsces.
Aeronaut Wlnterrlnger made a vey suc
cessful ascension with his large balloon
and made a parachute drop. A bowery
dance also added to the amusement of the
day and various fakirs announced the won
ders of their wares and Illusions, though
no gambling devices were allowed In the
town. Altogether It was a day to be re
membered by Wlnslde people and their
many guests, the weather was Just right,
cool and yet pleasant.
COUNJY TICKETS IN FIELD
Bnlala sal Dawes Coaatles Have
Candidate for District
KEARNEY, Neb., Aug. li. (Special Tele
gram.) The republican county convention
was called to order today by Chairman C.
A. Robinson. N. P. McDonald was nomi
nated temporary chairman and C. E. Mat
son of Ravenna waa made temporary sec
retary. The report of the committee on
credentials waa read and adopted. The
committee on resolutions submitted the
following report, which was adopted:
We, the republicans 'of Buffalo county,
most heartily endorse the wise and pa
triotic administration or our president.
We endorse tha administration of John
H. Mickey and congratulate the state on
conscientious and upright man. Arm and
courageous in the performance of all his
Wa commend the wora aono in tn ieg
Ularura bv tha reoresentativea from our
county, Hon. James 11. uavia ana hob.
Wa pledge the nominee of our conven
tion tn the faithfuL economical and pru
dent administration of the duties of their
respective offices and the omcers or uui
The following delegates were elected to
the state convention: George Forrester,
E. C. Krewson, Oscar Knox, John Tlsdale,
William Butta, Charles Trott, J. H. Davis,
W. H. Kllgore, C. E. Matson, George Mels-
ner, E. H. Gray, L. L. Weaver, R. H. Tal-
ton, T. G. Bpencer, N. P. Hansen, Charles
Lancaster, F. J. Swita.
B. O. Hostetler offered the following list
ot names aa delegates to the Judicial con
vention, and a motion was adopted re
questing the delegates to use all honorable
means to secure his nomination for Judge
of the Twelfth district: Charles Miner, F,
L. O rammer, M. L. Troupe, Clarence Rob
inson, B. H. Goodall. P. T. Lambert, H. J,
Hull, N. P. McDonald, Milton Noble, C. A
Robinson, F. E. Brown, C. M. Hull, Norrls
Brown, Thomas Dillon, Edward Edgerton.
C. H. Gregg, O. W. Whiteaker, M. A.
The following county officers were unani
mously renominated for re-election: F. M.
Hallowell, Judge; Logan Sammona, sheriff;
A. V. Offlll. clerk: T. N. Hartxell, super
intendent. On first formal ballot for clerk
of the district court Bowker received M and
Bpafford St, and Bowker waa declared
nominated. M. N. Troupe was nominated
for treasurer by acclamation. An Informal
ballot waa taken for assessor. On the first
formal ballot for assessor Morris received
M, Cunningham 11 Storer 1, Gouldlng L
Dr. J. P. Norcross was nominated for
coroner and C. A. Edwards for surveyor.
after which the convention adjourned.
CHADRON, Neb., Aug. . (Special.)
The republicans of Dawea county met In
convention in Chadron yesterday and
placed In nomination a full county ticket.
Sheriff Blrdsall and Judge Sayrs were re
nominated, the remainder of the ticket
being new men universally acceptable to
the party. Captain A. G. Fisher was per
mitted to name a delegation to the Judicial
convention to be held In Valentine on Au
Rala Not Welcome.
FREMONT, Neb.. Aug. U-Special.-There
was another heavy rain this morn
ing which waa not very welcome to the
farmers, many of whom have considerable
grain in the shock. Considerable wheat
and oats are spoiled by growing. Late re
ports from the corn crop are not very en
couraging. There are fields on ths bot
toms not worth harvesting and some Is
fully a month late. Taking tha county at
large It is doubtful it the yield will be two
thirds of the average. Some hay is re
ported spoiled by the wet weather.
Two laches ot Rala.
ORD. Neb.. Aug. ll-8pcial.) Thla vl
clnlty was visited by one of the heaviest
rain and electrical storms of the season
at an early hour this morning. A water
fall of two inches is reported at this point
and ether points In the county are claim
Ing that the waterfall is even greater than
that. The weather still remains cold and
damp and com crop prospects are uafavor
able. Many fields are well eared and give
promise of an excellent crop, only requir
ing a few weeks of hot. dry weather to
properly mature them.
Desaoerats Kama Stadeat.
SIBLEY. Ia., Aug. 15 (Special Telegram.)
This afternoon the democratic representa
tire convention of the Lyon-Osceola rep-
resentativa district nominated A. W. Mo
Call u in of Sibley. Mr. McCallum is about
K years old. a graduate of tha Sibley High
school, a student of Hull academy and Is
an abstractor and law student in the office
Charged with Forgery.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Aug. . (Spe
cial.) Mark White filed a complaint charg
ing Harry Hlckson with forging an order
on Fred Stadelman and securing the sum
of $2 thereon. When arrested by Sheriff
McBride at the home of his father near
Rock Bluff and arraigned before Justice
Kroehler In this city he entered a plea of
not guilty. His preliminary hearing will
be Friday. Hlckson has served one year
In the penitentiary for a similar offense,
having been convicted during .the Decem
ber term of district court in 1901. Harry
Grablll has been released from Jsll by giv
ing a bond of $100 signed by J. Hatt. He
has a charge of grand larceny filed against
him. Grablll was a partner of Gllraore,
who was also released on ball, charged
with stealing turkeys.
Omaha Man Boys Mill.
EDGAR, Neb.. Aug. II. (Speclal.)-The
Edgar Roller mills stock waa sold yester
day to R. H. Updike of Omaha, The stock
was sold for $4,800. which was full face
value. Mr. Updyke will make needed Im
provements and Increase storage room, so
that the mill may be run up to Its full
capacity, which Is fifty barrels of flour per
Trala Strikes Delivery Wagon.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., Aug. li (Spe
cial Telegram.) A delivery wagon belong
ing to F. T. Lawrence was struck by the
Missouri Pacific passenger train today and
both horses were killed. The driver es
caped with a few bruises. The passenger
train was running at a 'high rate ot speed
and carried one of the horses over fifty
Caaaot Cse Sidewalk.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. Aug. lt-(Spe-
clal Telegram.) At a meeting of the city
council last night a permanent occupancy
of the sidewalk by . the , Merchants bank
for Its new building was .refused. This
will probably cause an entire change of the
plans ot the building, Which was to have
been one of the finest In the city.
laasoet oraaal Site.
KEARNEY, Neb., Aug. 1 -(Special Tel
egram-) The State Board of Education was
in the city today for the purpose of In
spectlng the proposed site for the new
normal school. A reception and supper
were tendered the visitors by the citizen
of the city. They leave tonight for Lexing
ton and North Platte.
Liathtalaar Strikes Caarch.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb.. Aug. 11 (Spe
cial.) During the heavy electrical storm
this forenoon the German Presbyterian
church In this city waa struck by lightning.
which did much damage. Rain has con
tinued to fall in this vicinity at Intervals
most of the day.
Showers Come Dally.
HARVARD. Neb., Aug. U (Special.)
Morning thunder showers are now of dally
occurrence. Yesterdsy morning over one
Inch of rain fell and this morning another
heavy storm of thunder and rain to the
amount of a half Inch occurred at an early
Call Jadllal Coaventloa.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., Aug. 12. (Spe
cial Telegram) The republican Judicial
convention of the First district Is called to
meet In this city September 1.
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Showers Today, Fair nod Warmer
Tomorrow la Heoraska sad
WASHINGTON. Aug. ll-Forecast:
Nebraska: Showers Thursday, warmer In
eastern portion; Friday fair and warmer.
Iowa: Showers Thursday, warmer in
west portion; Friday fair, warmer.
Colorado: Tliunderstorm Thursday; Fri
day fair, warmer.
South Dakota: Fair, warmer In eastern
showers In western portion Thursday; Fri
day fair, warmer.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, Aug. 11 Offlclal record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
1C3. ISO?. 1901. 1900.
Maximum temperature... 6S "S S3
Minimum temperature.... M 61 66 67
Mean temperature 61 70 78 78
Precipitation S7 .03 .00 .L3
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day since March 1, 19u3:
Normal temperature 74
Deficiency for the day IS
Total excess since March 1 3S
Normal precipitation 11 Inch
Kxceas for the day 44 Inch
Precipitation since March 1 17 S7 Inches
Ierlclency since March 1 I ll Inches
lieflclency for cor. period 19n;... 1 24 Inches
Deflclency for cor. period 1901... (.82 hiches
Reports from Slatterns at T P. M.
POPE PIUS ABLE TO BE OUT
Almost Well, but Will Abstain from Work
for a While.
FESTAL CEREMONY IN NEW YORK
Archbishop Farley at tho New York
Arehdloreao Is Iavested by
Aoostolle Delegate Falcon!
With the ralllam.
ROME, Aug. 1 The pope this morning
left his apartments for the first time since
his fainting fit yesterday, going for a drive
and a walk in the Vatican gardens.
He remained, in tho open air for about
two hours and returned to the palace feel
ing much better. All that remains of yes
terday's collapse Is a slight feeling of
lightness In the head.
Drs. Laponnt and Davenexla visited Pius
today snd thought they found him almost
entirely recovered, but decided that he
should take a rest and an abstention from
"But this will mean such an accumulation
of work that it will kill me afterward to
catch up with It." said the pope in reply.
The pope being now practically well
again, two photographers were granted
permission today to photograph him In the
garden of the Vatican. He also received
In private audience the mayor of Rlex.
who afterwards went to the minister of
telegraphs and asked for the Installation
of a telegraph line to the birthplace of the
pope. The request was granted, and the
Installation will be made at the govern
Archbishop Invested with Palllam.
NEW YORK, Aug. li-Wlth all the cere
mony with which the Catholic church as
sumes on festal occasions the Most Rev.
John M. Farley, archbishop of the New
York archdiocese, waa Invested with the
pallium at the hands of the Most Rev. Mgr.
Dlomedes Falconlo, apostolic delegate to
the United States. In St. Patrick's cathedral
The priests and laymen composing the
guard of honor assembled In the diocesan
house and marched to the archeplscopal
residence, where the prelates Joined them.
When Archbishop Farley, after the march
from the archeplscopal residence, reached
the main entrance of the cathedral he wss
met by Rev. Father M. J. Lavelle. rector of
the cathedral, who presented a crucifix to
him to kiss. He was also blessed with holy
water and Incense. The procession then
proceeded down the middle aisle and when
the main altar was reached the chorus of
recaption wss sung and the archbishop took
his seat on the throne.
The priests of the diocese. In the order of
seniority, approached and tendered alle
After pontifical mass, celebrated by
Bishop John J. O'Connor of Newark, and a
sermon by Bishop B. J. McQuade of Ro
chester, the papal bill of appointment was
read by Father Lavelle. Then came the
receiving of the papal blessing, the Im-J
position of the pallium by Mgr. Falconlo,
assisted by Rt. Rev. Mgr. John Edwards,
and an address by the clergy, an address by
the laity and a reply by Archbishop Farley.
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HAY FEVER FOR 27 YEARS
Welt Kaown Hew Eaclaad Womaa
Cared h Byomet Cart Waa Last
The thousands of discouraged people who
dread summer's approach because they
think that hay fever cannot be avoided
will read with Interest ,and gratitude the
following statement from Helen F. Wil
liams of Mansfield, Mass.
"For $7 years, from the month of August
until heavy frost, I have been afflicted with
hay fever, growing worse and worse each
year, and of late years I waa unable to
attend to my work during that period.
"Last summer I fortunately gave Hy
omel a trial, and am happy to say that it
entirely cured me and I have had no re
turn of the affliction since."
This letter Is one of many that have
come to the proprietors of Hyomei, and
the results following this treatment have
been so wonderful that It is proposed at
the annual convention of hay fever suf
ferers to recommend Hyomei to all who
are susceptible to this disease.
Hyomei is a treatment for hay fever
that combines the latest discoveries of
science and the best of common sense.
Knowing that a change of climate was
the only way in which relief could be ob
tained, tha evolution of Hyomei naturally
resulted. By breathing Its germ-killing
and healing balsams anyone can have, at
any moment of the day, either In their
home, the office or the factory, a climate
like that of the White Mountains or other
health, resorts, where hay fever la un
known. The Sherman ft McConnell Drug Co. has
agreed to refund the money to any hay
fever sufferer who uses Hyomei if it does
not give satisfaction.
THE SCHOOL THAT
MAKES LtAKLY BOYS"
CONDITION OF THE
Omaha, cloudy 051 etl .57
Valentine, clear 72l 761 .00
North Platte, clear 7 fri! .to
Cheyenne, cloudy 7ul 76' .00
Salt Lake City, clear (Ml .tut
hapld City, cloudy us I 7l .10
Huron, cloudy 641 7ii (
V. Illiaton. partly cloudy tx' 7n .in
Chicago, cloudy 62) 64! T
St. Ixiuls, cloudy H 7, 00
St. Paul, clear 66 70! .ljr
lavenpurt. raining 71,1 7$ x
Kansas City, partly cloudy 701 W .tl
Havre, clear 76! 7c: .00
Helena, clear j ! on
Bismarck, cloudy h 721 T
Galveston, clear &t W .00
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
Pupils Study Under aa Instructor.
Its Graduates outer any College
or University. Social aad Ath
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For Boys ( B to IT tears iiiiL
Tim rlil Catslaaae wt ea amUaaUea to
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HaRDIX COLLEGE & CONSERVATORY
tistyw. T1 Collw t ulTmily trained taralty.
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553 Douglas . Si. Firo
Entire Stock Placed on Sale
. AT E3
THE QUICK ADJUSTMENT BY THE LOCAL INSUR
ANCE UNDERWRITERS ENABLED THE HOSPE CO.
to Instantly resume business, and through the rapid work of cleaning away
the detirl., airing the many floors into which the smohe had gotten, ana
drying such gol! ni were wet. Then taking Into consideration the alloar
ence made hy the timirnnce adjuster, niatiles us to put a great portion
of thla IMO.OPU stock ar half cot. much nt two-thirds cost.-a good lot at
cost and fully a saving of fifty per cent less thau. ever offered in Omaha.
FROM WORLD FAMOUS FACTORIES
at prices which have already brought to our store before 11 o'ekock, noon,
eght piano sales, some from the city, others from out of town.
When you lind sucn telling low prices as are on our Knate Pianos,
Kranlch Much Pianos, Kimball l'lanos, Llndermann's. Sterling!. Hatlet at
iavls', Needhams, Krells. Whltneys, Weser Bros., Dana snd guhumann.
Over one hundred rianoa at pricea that will sell them quick, ami you will
have to hustle to get at first choice.
There are pianos In Spanish mahogany, some In rosewood and butternut.
Manv In wslnut, a number French walnut finish.
Hemember that it Is the entire stock that Is Included In this Are sale.
This means grand pianos, upright pianos and tha square pianos. It also
means pianos for 0, 140. ISO. t. :. $105. $110, $VX, 1130, 150. 110. $0. $2Xk
M, iSM, 270, f3, 310, 3M and 230, and a few of ths grands that cost a
These prices are based on the Insurance Adjustment, with the freight
added. With every piano we Include a stool and scarf. The terms on
these instruments are msde to suit the buyer. Our object la to move tho
stock. We will take as little as 5.00 down, and as low as 13.00 per month.
On some of the high-priced planoa we will ask a little more down and a
little more per month. But sell we will and must, and the terms -will not be
OUR ORGAN STOCK
Our organ stock, on which we received a very liberal allowance from
the Insurance Co.; we will cut prices In half. You will find tre celebrated
Kimball Organ. Hoape Organ, Holmes, Sterling, Star. Taylor A Farley
and Cornish Blmmons' organs, which will be sold for 10.00. tl&.OO, UO.OO,
15.00. 30.00. (35.00, 40.00, 1 45 00 and K&.U0, adding only factory freights, mak
ing the pricea of the organa Just one-half of the factory price, plus
Jrelghts. We give you the goods for the difference? which the Insurance
Co. allowed us, and we will sell them on terms of anywhere from L00 cash
down and upward, with 1.00 to 4.00 per month payments, stools and books
The piano plsyers are slso Included. As everything we hed In the three
stories and basement of the building carries with it reductions which will
surprise the good people of Omaha. It includes the Angelus Player.
Apollo, Appolloette and Kimball Players ond Pianolas at the greatest re
duction ever known. Bame with Player Music Rolls.
Remember, every Instrument Is as clean snd dry as when new. Every
plnno carries the factory as well as our guarantee (excepting a few, which
are sold at give-away prices, on account of direct damage.) YOU TAKB
NO CHANOKS. Our word, our writing, our reputation Is at stake. Exam
ine this most extraordinary salo of the beat pianos snd organs and most
convenient terms ever offered before it Is too late.
FRAMED PAINTINGS, WATER COLORS. ETCHINWS. ENGRAV
INGS. KAC-SIMILIES. WATER COLORS, ETCHINGS. FTNG RAVINGS.
WATER COLOR CARBONS. PHOTOGRAPHS. PLATINOTYPE8 at one
fourth to one-half off the price. Frames for pictures at one-half to two
thirds ot our best prices. Great display of pictures at 5c, 10c, 2&c and up.
Some slightly damaged by water others by smoke none enough
tone or wear. Every Instrument fully warranted.
15 genuine Washburn 7 PA 10 genuine Burton
Guitar sold at f3U Mandolin
(22 genuine Washburn linn lis genuine Washburn
. Guitar sold at HaUU Mandolin
(15 genuine Martin
Guitar sold at
(20 genuine Martin
Guitar sold at
(15.00 genuine Burton
Guitar sold at
(30 genuine Bruno
And 100 other Instruments of different ine makes sold at SO per cent die
count off from regular prices.
REGINA MUSIC DOX STOCK
Only slightly damaged by smoke goes at a great reduction.
Bugntly wet by water, an tnorougniy clean and bright, at one-third.
(50 REGINA In either Oft Aft f3 REGINA In either
oak or mahogany UU'UU oak or mahogany..
ia rtr.viijA in eitner
oak or mahogany.....
J REGINA In either
. oak er mahogany....;
Reglna Tune Sheets slightly damaged by water at SO'per cent off.
BAND INSTRUMENTS suoh as Bugles, Cornets, Trombones, etc.
slightly damaged by smoke at 25 per cent off.
US REOINA-ln either
oak or mahogany
Angelus Orchestral damaged slightly by smoke worth (175
goes st .'
Kimball Piano Player damaged slightly by smoke worth (250
Pianola Piano Player second-hand slightly camaged by smoke ICC
goes a i uj
Apolloette Piano Player damage 1 by smoke lilt
goes at ........... l&Q
Right up to date selections from all the latest cperas regardless of list
price 15 cents per copy while th stock lasts Lovers and Lunatics. Nsncy
Brown, Wild Rose, Twlrly Whlrly, Storks, Sleeping Beauty and the Feast,
Mocking Bird. Chinese Honeymoon, Little Duchess, etc, etc
K.i Oj copies National Edition at J cents per copy.
1.000 marches and two-steps at 10 cents per copy.
luO standard Opera Scores at one-fourth off.
1.000 Song Albums of Old Masters at one-half off.
6uc Folios at 36c. -
75c Teaching Music at two-thirds off.
All popular hits at half price.
Piano Scarfs fine velours (3.00 kind for (1.75. Pllk Scsrfs for (1.00.
Stools (3.00 kind for (1.90. Organ Stools (1.00, formerly (2.00.
Every article fully warranted. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back.
1513-15 Douglas Street, Omaha.
fy, if' J
If you have a
dirty, shabby office
people think it is
your iaulti it does not
occur to them that the
janitor is careless, neglect
ful or has more to do than
can be done well.
In reality, it is your own
fault, because you can
move to the Bee Building,
where the janitor will keep
your office as clean and
neat as a Dutch kitchen,
A very handsome suits two ooa
neetlng offices room 10s, size UxJt
feet, price (30 per month, and rooia
. else Kwa fu, price $25 per moot
Including light, beat, water aa4
Janitor servlos exceptionally haad.
eome. light, weU iocs tad offloas.
R. C. PETERS 45c CO.,
tentaJ Afent. Ground Floor, Bee tAdg.
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uoag UcaUy. 1 borough military sod Kjkkmic departmeata. Local rslsresce.
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