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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANUARY 13, 1007.
J SHELDON NAMES DELEGATES i
Ifsn Who Art Fririleted to AtUnd th
D17 Tanninr Csorrsii DeilmaUd.
MRS. ULUE IS VISITING IN LINCOLN
Gla4ae Tate, a Brtkmia mm th
rllagtea Read, Falls lader
th Cara aa la Fatally
rchard & Wilhelm Carpet 2o.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. U. (Special.) Governor
Sheldon made his flrat official appointment!
today. Ha ahook the plum trea vigorously
and the following la what happened, the
men named being delegate to the Trans
mlssouti Dry Farming congress to be held
In Denver, Colo. January 24 and :
Prof. K. A. Burnett. Unooln; E. O. Mont-
? ornery. Lincoln; W. T. 8nvder, North
latte; J. W. Plllibury, DeWItt: A. 8.
Campbell, Imperial: Pane T. Francis, Craw
ford; Robert Walsh, Morrill; Judge Hurl
burt. Oaring; John Powera, Mitchell: W.
J. Harris, Ogalalla; H. L. Oould, Ogalalla;
John E. Myera. Broken Bow; J. T. Ream,
Broken Bow; A. Dobson, Lincoln.
Mra. Mill Visits la Llaeola.
Mm. Margaret Lena Llllle, who was par
doned by Governor Mickey and released
from th penitentiary a week ago Thurs
day, la vlaltlng friend In Lincoln. Mra.
Llllle went out to Rutler county Immedi
ately after being released, and before go
ing announced ahe Intended to go to Cali
fornia. 8ha la staying on South Eleventh
Railroad Brakemaa Killed
Gladstone Tate, ago 27, a brakema.i em
ployed by the Burlington, was run over
and killed In the yards at an early hour
this morning. After being struck by the
cars he was taken to the Everett sani
tarium, where ha died at 7 o'clock. The
young man was making a coupling when
ha fell beneath the wheels. His parents
are Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tate, 2419 Mander
aon street, Omaha. The body was sent to
Omaha this afternoon. The funeral will
be held at the home Sunday at S p. m.
and the body will be taken to Burlington,
la., for Interment.
LAKOL.LETTH OR HORR MACES
Conflict of Dates Already Tronhfes
Haatlna-s Chnntaaqna Managers.
HASTINGS. Neb., Jan. .-(Speclal Tele-ram.)--By
drawing a crowd of 7,000 persona,-
the largest that ever assembled In
Hastings to hear a speaker, Senator La
Foilette last year made the first Hastings
Chautauqua a financial success, and In the
hope of having the performance repeated,
the Wisconsin statesman was engaged for
the chautauqiy next summer. Now, how
ever, the outtook Is not no favorable to
tha managing board, for It has transpired
thai La Follette will have to compete with
horse races for public favor. Th circuit
committee of the Nebraska Speed associa
tion has given Hastings a plnre In the
circuit which' will bring the horses here
for chaUtauqua week. As a result Secre
tary H. Harrison of the chautnuque as
sociation Issued a statement today In which
fee aald that both the Chautauqua and the
races oould not succeed. This meann a
Conflict between the two enterprises. La
Follette Is on the program for Thursday,
the big day of the races. Other speaker
vho will hare to compete with the harness
'vents ' for public patronage are Judge
Llndsey of Denver Juvenile court fome and
Guy Carleton Lee. The Chautauqua dates
are July 19 to 28 and the races will be on
July 21 to 88, Inclusive.
REWARD IP FOR-WHITE'S SLAVER
Caramer's Jury Says Man Found on
' ' Trsrki Was Mnrdered.
'' 'KEARNEY, Neb., Jan. 12. (Special Tele
r gram). Richard White, who was supposed
to ' have been run over by a train, was
found by the coroner's Jury to have been
murdered, and a reward of fr00 has been
offered by the Board of Supervisors "for
tha arrest and bringing Into custody of the
person or persons who were guilty of mur
dering Richard White on Thursday night.
January " The reward will be paid as suon
as the murderer Is convicted of the crime.
Th offer of a reward was made by the
board at tha request of Sheriff gammons
and Mr. Grimes of Amherst. It Is expected
' the town of Amherst will also offer a re
ward and It ur Intimated that several In
dividuals at Amherst, friends of Richard
White, wiil also offer a reward for the ap
prehension of the murderer.
Street Car Mea at Piatt smonth.
' PLATT8MOUTH. Neb., Jan. 11 (Spe
clal.) A party of the prominent official of f
tha Omaha' ft Council Bluffs Street Rail- .
way company, Including Prealdent G. W.
Wattles. Generat Manager W. A. Smith,
Dr. W. H. Bets and Frank Hamilton, came
; from Bellevue over one of the proposed
'-routes of the Interurban line to Oreapolts
- In an automobile, where they were met by
Charles C, Parmele, president of the Bank
f Cass county, and others, and accom
panied to this city over one of the pro
posed routes. t Is understood that the
engineering corps will soon commence the
irork of survoylng the different proposed
routes from Fort Crook to this' city. It
Is also understood that the Omaha com
pany Is back of th Nebraska Lighting
company In Us bid to the city council to
furnish light for this city.
v Bask Officers Elected.
WAHOO, Neb., Jan, 11 (Special.) Offi
cers elected at the three banks this week
First National Bank Charles Perky,
President; J. D. Cook, vice president: Oscar
Union, cashier; Ernest Hanson, assistant
cashier: directors, th above and E. E.
Good. Frank Gross. B. F. Good. C. T.
Cwndlt. O. W. Simpson and R. A. Heaton.
Cltlsena' State Bank-E. E. Lyle. presi
dent; Henry Hastlnga, vice president: L.
H. Lyte, cashier. Director, the aame as
Saunders County National Bank W. C.
Klrohman. president; W. J. Harmon, vice
prealdent; J. J. Johnaon. raahler. The di
rectors same as last year.
Newa ef Nebraska.
WAHOO Th Knlghta of Pythias Instal
lation la postponed until Monday, Janu
WAHOO Saunders county this year had
receipt No. 1 from the atate treasurer which
Is quite an honor.
WAHOO The enrollment at the Luther
Academy to date Is the largest In the his
tory of the Inatltutlon.
PLATTBMOUTH V. E. Wells of this
city and J. R. Coatea have purchased the
Emerson (la.) Chronicle.
PLATTSMOl'TH The Murray Messen
ger, owned and edited by Harrv L, Graves,
suspended publication this week.
WAHOO Since Christmas electric lights
are now turned on at o'clock In the even
ing and stay lit until daylight.
DAVID CITY J. C Fleming was called
to Portage. Wis., Wednesday In response
t a telegram stating that his father was
WAHOO After Monday, January It. tha
merchant will cloae their p ! of busi
ness at P. m., except Saturday, until
KENN1RD The Modern Woodmen of
America hell their annual banquet last
night In connection with their Installation
BEATRICE A drlnllng rain fell here
all day yesterday and last night. The
moisture will be beneficial to (he winter
HASTINGS In the oratorical contact at
Hauling college N. B. Knapp received
fire honor. H. C. Welker second and
Eugene blah op third.
DAVID CITY A resolution was adopted
by a unanlnkous vote of the council Wednes
day evening Instructing the mayor to re
move all machine and games of whatsoever
kJnd or character from Ue aaJoone,
PLATTSMOL'TH The funeral of Mtae
Lease Iay, who died at the home of
George Brooks, took place today, funeral
ii i r
414-16-18 South Sixteenth Street,
THE JANUARY.' FURNITURE SALE
Never in the history of Omaha has such interest been centered in the furniture selling of one house as has been the case with this
etore. Tli is great sale has already added many new customers to "The store that serves you best." Tomorrow, Monday morning, we place on special sale at great reductions the entire
Mission Dining Room Furniture stock from the Sprague Smith Manufacturing Company, CThicago. This concern makes high grade china cabinets and dining room furniture and owing
to their big increased business decided to close out all Mission dining room furniture and devote their entire plant to making china cabinets exclusively: The first car shipment of their
goods has just arrived and go on sale Monday at big price inducements. . .
Ever on the alert to give customers of "The store that serves you best," special values, we've secured from the Ford & Johnson Co., of Chicago, the largest manufacturers of
chairs and fancy rockers in this country, a great assortment of their sample line of rockers. These go in the January sale at a tremendous saving in price. Do you need a rockert
Come, look and be convinced of the great values this January sale offers. i
(if i r&i?7Z Voi
Early English Buffet, like cut.
63xl0-inch mirror back, cop
per knobs, a beauty. Form
erly sold at $80. On sale
$40.00 China Cabinet to match
above buffet 29.00
128. DO Serving Table to match
above buffet $20.00
$49.00 -Early English Buffet
$L'B 00 China Cabinet to mutch
for , $21.00
$50.00 Fumed Oak Buffet.$37.E0
$29.00 China Cabinet to mutch
$18.50 Serving Table to match f
$28.00 Early English China
DBESSEBS AND CHEF 7 OK
$215.00 Oolden Oak Chiffoniers;
January sale price ....$20.00
$33. B0 Oolden Oak quarter
sawed Dresser $26.26
$176.00 Mahogany Chiffonier
$56.00 Tuna Mahogany Chiffon
$48.00 Tuna Mahogany Prin
cess Dresser $38.00
$28.00 Mahogany Chiffonier
CHAXmS CXAZKS CKAXKS
$13.75 Piano Bench, golden
oak, January sale price. 1 8. 7 5
$9.00 Oolden Oak or Mahog
any Piano Chair, January
"$12.00 Imitation Mahogany
$11.60 Oolden Oak Rocker. $8. 75
$12.60 Early English Rock
$12.00 Mahogany Hall Chair.
January sale $6.75
$17.50 Weathered Oak Bet tee.
January sale price ...$12.60
$960 Weathered Oak Chair,
January sale price ....$7.60
$10.00 Weathered Oak Rocker,
January sale price ....$7.00
$9.00 Imitation Mahogany Arm
$7.60 Oolden Oak Rocker .$5.00
$7.60 Weathered Oak Rocker
$9.00 Oolden Oak Arm Chair
$13.00 Weathered Oak Rock
$20.00 Mahogany Rocker.$14.60
$15.00 Oolden Oak Arm Chair
$13.75 Weathered Oak Recep
tion Chair $10.00
$27.50 Weathered Oak Settee
$13.50 Early English Chair 9.50
a raw or tki bio bax-
OAIBTB rBOM THB MOB
OAK MTO. GO'S CI.OBX
Mission Table (like cut) solidly '
made of select oak, weather-
. ed finish, 24-Inch top, regular
selling price, $6.50; January
sale price $3.75
$16.60 Parlor Table, heavy
oval 2-lnch top, French legs,
hand carved; January sale
$13.00 Mahogany Table, top is
24 Inches In diameter; heavy
rim, with pattern undershelf;
January sale price ....$9.75
Hundreds of pieces for the
hall, den, living room, parlor,
library and dining room, all go
at big reductions In price.
Closing out sale . of Odd
Pieces of Brlc-a-Brac at Im
mense reductions. Odd Elec
tric and Oil Lamps, also odd
pieces of brass greatly re
duced, tn some cases half
1CTTBIO CABINETS ABD XJL
The Udell Works Indian
apolis, Intl., closed out to us
about 160 pieces of Music Cab
inets and Ladies' Desks. All
go cheap In this January sale:
$9.60 Music Cabinets, January
sale price $7.75
$8.50 Music Cabinets, January
r sale price $6.60
$16.50 Music Cabinets, January
sale price ...$12.75
$20.00 Desks, January sale
$14.50 Blrdseye Maple desk,.
January sale price .. $11.60
$21.00 Curly Birch Desk, Jan
uary sale price $17.00
129.60 Electric Reading
Lamp, 12-in. globe, art glass,
mission style, brome, spe
cial value 111. 60
$82.60 Bronze Lamp, ETJhsj
mian glass shade, good
reading lamp, special,
$45.00 Oreen Art Glass
Lamp, two light special,
. at . .i $29.50
Hundreds of other Electric
Lamps, H Off regular price.
Oil Lamps and
$46.00 Bronse base OH Lamp
$16.00 Oreen Pottery Lamp.7.60
$20.00 Japanese Brass and
Bronss Lamps $10.00
$19.60 Japanese Brass and
Bronse Lamps $9.71
12. 60 Brass Students Lamp
$6.76 Black and Brass Art
Lamp, base onljr ,..'...$$.38
$(.76 Red French Enamel base
AH Lamp Shades
Vases In brass, bronse and
art glass, W off regular price.
Triple Mirrors, each $6o
Marble Statuary, H off.
Brass Wood Boxes, $16 and. $6
Japanese Brass Aah Trays,
regular price, $1.00, on sale,
Lace Mrtaie Sale
A BIG FACTOR IN OUR JANUARY LACE CURTAIN SALE IS THE
QUALITY AND THE PRICE, NOTE THE FOLLOWING
$5.00 Novelty Curtains, white and Arabian
$5.00 Cluny Curtains, linen lace
$5.00 Irish Point Curtain's
$5.00 Dentelle Arabian Curtains
$5.75 Cable Net Curtains
$8.75 Hand-made Arabian Curtains
Irish Point Curtains, imported especially for this
sale. Worth $5.50 per pair, special .i.
Cluny Curtains, wide insertion and edge, white orl$Q (
Arabian, 3 yards long, 50 inches wide vuvV
Dentelle Arabian Curtains
""Brussels Curtains .......
' $1.50 "Ivory Colored Curtain's' . .'. ........... .". .'. "
$8.75 Linen Cluny Curtains .'. . '. ............ '.':..) 5a05
$8.75 Real Scotch Net Curtains
$8.75 Allover Brussels Lace Curtains.
$7.50 Irish Point Curtains
$7.75 Brussels Lace Curtains . ,
$6.95 Heavy Corded Novelty Lace Curtaina ......( $J M or
$6.50 Colored Madras Curtains ..... vieOD
' $7.25 Ivory Colored Lace Curtains
$6.75, Ileal Hand-made Arabian Curtains.
$12.50 Fine hand-made Arabian Curtains
t1'ir,n rinnv Pnrfnina
'. w W A unj U A IU1UO e e-e e' e eVl e f
$12.50 Colored Mission Curtains ;. ...$ Sf)
'pi-.uv xuliicoo xiaic vui Lama
$12.50 Madras Curtain ....... '.
$15.00 Duchess Lace Curtains
$15.00 Double Net Brussels Lace Curtains.
$15.00 Hand-made Arabian Curtains
$15.00 Ivory Net Curtains . j
Traveling men's Samples or Corners, 1,500 in all,)
worth; up to $7.50 per pair, while they last,( g
Remnants of Cretonne, some 75c goods in lot, at,( " CIS
per yard '
$10.00 Double Net Brussels Lace Curtains
$10.00 Hand-made Arabian Lace Curtains
$10.00 Duchess Lace Curtains
$10.00 Clupy Curtains
The greatest line
miss this great opportunity to purchase your floor covering
of drop patterns in carpets and rugs ever put on sale at one time. Guaranteed in every respect, patterns dropped by the mills that can't be duplicated. Every rug a bargain.
$17.00 9x12 Brussels rug. An especially fine rug
for bedroom or dining room, made of best qual
ity of wool, special sale price, $9.95.
$25.00 9x12 Body Brussels Rug, guaranteed to be
ther best five frame Brussels. While they last
$40.00 9 xl2 Royal Wilton Rug, beautiful line of
Oriental patterns to select from. While they
last for $29.50.
$5.00 9x12 extra heavy granite art, suitablf for
dining or bed room. On sale for $3.65.
Remnants of Linoleum and Oil Cloth
One Carload of remnants of linoleum and oil
cloth, mostly all large enough for kitchen ' and
dining room. In this lot of goods you can find all
grades from the cheapest oil cloth to the inlaid
patterns of linoleum. All on sale Monday morning.
40c best grade of oil cloth at 25c a yard.
Carpet Bargains All drop patterns in carpets must go at a sacrifice to make room for new goods now on the road.
Carpets 5-8 border to match, $1.35 Velvet Carpets, 5-8 border to match, $1.10 Velvet Carpets, without border to 85c Brusels
for 93c. match, 75c. match, 50c
30c No. 1 grade, of oil cloth at 19c a yard.
50c printed linoleum, standard grade, at 29c per
75c printed linoleum, standard grade, at 39c per
90c printed linoleum, standard grade, at 45c per
$1.50 inlaid linoleum, standard grade, 95c
Carpets, without border to
Our Kitchen Furnishing Department
We have the most complete and up-to-date stock of
Kitchen Appliances in the west and can furnish your
kitchen in either tin, copper, galvanized iron, granite, white enamel, blue enamel or alluminum ware. Remember we are the sole
Omaha agents for Buck's stoves and ranges and Insurance Gasoline stoves. We would be pleased to have you call and see the
stoves that cook without fuel. The Key nold's and Caloric cook stove. : : : ; ; :
Vrvlcea by Rev. A. L. Ztnk. pastor of the
kfk'NARD The Mutual Telephone cora-
p,y at Ha nual meeting Jfuihorlaed I an
Sasessment of $U on each ahare of atock.
Pl,ATTSMOi:TlI-Ife BorufT. who Ii em
pl!wed In the navy yard In Malbourne.
Australia, la vlsltlne; his sister, Mrs. H. M.
Cvi?UaBD C. B. Hansen, president of
the Panlsli Brotherhood with hie corp.
of offlcers was Installed. ex-President
Jphn Nls.en performing the ceremony.
PIATTBMOl'TH Herman Smith of Ne
liawka and Miss Clara Hall, daughter of
Mr and Mra John Hall of this city, went
t.i Omaha and were married by Judge
PI ATTSMOITTH While Clarence Ligett
was unhitching his team one of his horse
hit a large portion off of the man s upper lip.
The piece was found and sewed back by
DAVID CITY K. W. Ruzlcka, cashier of
the Flrat National bank of this city, re-
staned his poinMi " '
i- i, Neb., with the view of buying an
Interest In a bank.
BEATRICE Several nunarea persons
Dartlclpeted In the circle hunt held Batur
Xiy near Plckrell. The hunters caught
many Jack rabbits, but throe wolves es
caped 'through the east line.
HCRMAN-There Is considerable aickness
here among ,-hlldren. H. H. Hersog's chil
dren have ben sick, for a week, also O. N.
'Hose's two small children. vThe cold damp
weather Is the cause of moat of the sick
ness. KKARNEi' Another addition to Kear
ney's public Institutions will be mads In
the spring when a new hospital and sani
tarium will open here. The locatiun Is the
large atone building west of the c4ty known
as the Frank property which has .been pur.
chased by I Grotham of St. Paul. Neb.,
and la now being remodeled and Improved
In readiness for Its new purpoee. The pro
prietor Is expected to arrive about March
L The completion of the Improvements
and the final tilting up of the hospital wlli
be done under hla personal aupervlfilnn.
WAHOO The Commercial Club elected
the following officer Friday evening for
this year: V. J. Hapke, president; B. E
Hendricks, vice president; K. Conley, secre
tary; Oscar Hanson, corresponding secre
tary; M. A. Phelps, treasurer.
WEST POINT At the last meeting of
the Board of (Supervisors of Cuming
county, Joseph Sinitli, county assessor, ten
dered his resignation. Miles M. Tyrrel of
Cleveland township was selected to till th-3
NORTH PLATTE A farmers' Institute
will be held In Maxwell on Monday, Janu
ary VL- At th.s Institute various prises
will be o flared for farm and dairy prod
ucts, and th attendance will undoubtedly
be large. v
BEATRICE The funeral services for
the bite Mrs. H. J. Melnts were held yes
terday from Hanover church, conducted
by Rev. J. H. Reents. The attendant s was
very large and Interment was In Hanover
WK8T POINT The school board has
unanimously elected Prof. Charles R.
Weeks principal of the high school. Mr.
Weeks Is a graduate of ths slate university.
He Oils the vacancy created by the resigna
tion of Prof. Moffet.
WEEPINO WATER At the. Congrega
tional church Filday night. January 11, the
sacred cantata entitled "The Triumphs of
Oat-Id." by Dudley Buck, was rendered by
s, chorus of about thirty voices assisted by
soloists from Lincoln.
DAVID CITY-A double wedding took
place Tuesday morning at the Catholic
church, la Center, when Cornelius Daneker
and Mlaa Mary Zeagair and T. J. Kearney
and Miss Anna Zegitlr were united In tha
holy bunds of wedlock.
DAVID C1TY-L. R. Confal. who has been
working In the City National hank for the
last year, went to Trenton. Neb., this week
and purchased an Interest In the First Na
tional bunk at that place. He expects to
move and take up his duties at once.
BEATRICE The new telephone line be
tween Fllley and Adams will be completed
next week. This will be a trunk line
owned Jointly by the Home Telephone com
pany of Fllley and the Johnson CounfrV Tel
ephone company, of which the Adams Is a
BEATRICE Mrs. Grace Bumgardner
and daughter, Ada, were thrown from a
buggy In a runaway two miles north of
town on Saturday and severely bruised.
Mrs. Bumgardner struck on her head end
shoulders and narrowly escaped being
BEEMER The Mennonltes of this vi
cinity have completed arrangements for
the erection f a church on Plum creek.
IWd miles north and two miles east of
Beemer, on the Dan Blrky farm. Work
has already begun on the foundation of
A I N8 WORTH Prof. Ma Wit has sent In
his resignation as superintendent of
schools and ths school board unanimously
accepted it. to take effect at onoe. John
M. Oraybiel of Crete. Neb., will be here
and be ready to commence school Mon
day as his successor.
NORTH PLATTE Six appraisers were
appointed on Wednesday by Judge Elder,
who w.ll serve Ir. the matter of determin
ing tre value of the property which the
Nebraska, Wyoming St Western railroad
requires for a right-of-way. Th board
will b-gln work January 22.
WAHOO After three unsuccessful at
tempt to burn the home vt Otto Ander
son, a prominent farmer living about ten
miles west of here, bloodhounds found the
trail, but Anderson didn't want them to go
any further, as they went far eneugh to
convince him who the evil person was.
No arrest or anything has been done.
WEST POINT The Women's club met
this week at the home of Mrs. William
Oentrup. The roll call was answered by
quotations from "Oliver Wendell Holmes
and tive-mlnute papers from the writings
of Mr. Holinea were read. The next meet
ing will be held at the home of Mrs. J. F.
WEST POINT The stockholders of the
West Point Brewing association at their
annual meeting elected the following di
rectors: M. E. Kerl, F. Koch, William
Stuefer, J. T. Baumun, A. H. Chambers,
John Meier and William Breldlnger. An
annual dividend of per cent was de
clared. BEATRICE The estate of the late Sam
uel Clark, which consisted of a farm in
southern Gage county, was bid In by the
heirs for 7,oo0 at referee's sale. Mr. Clark
owned some valuable property In Jefferson
county, which will be sold at referees sale
at Fairbury next week. The estate la val
ued at toU.OUO.
AINS WORTH Alnsworth school teach
ers are all In Valentine today, by order of
the board here, to visit the school there,
as It Is said that they have the best
conducted school west ot Norfolk and the
object of the visit Is for the teachers to
take notes and see If they can Improve
on their system here.
GRAND ISLAND Mrs. Stells Guthmann
riled last night of peritonitis.. Her mother,
Mrs. McDowelle, Is on a pleasure trip hone:
tu Germany and did not even know of her
daughter's sickness. She leaves to mourn
her loss her husband, an employe of the
Continued on Sixth Page.)
j Is a Howling Success
CompeUed to double, our force of tailors.
Don't 'miss this . chance of buying reliable
garments at so low a price. ,
Remember our entire stock of ' Suitings,
worth np to $40, at $20. '
Herzog Tailoring Co.
D. H. BECK. Mgr.
Evry Garment Ma4 in Omaha- 1415 Dougla Strt '
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