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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1908)
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7. IPOS.
JEW JjTALL IfTURMITURE
Attractively Displayed and Attractively Priced
The completeness of our new Fall Furniture displays i3 certainly praiseworthy most extensive a-sortmcnts, widest
range of designs from which to select. And the prices are unmatchable positively unmatchable. We want every house
wife in Omaha to view our displays during this Fall Opening Sale. Chances to save were never as numerous before.
CREDIT ACCOUNTS SOLICITED TERMS ARRANGED TO SUIT.
Tailored Suits tor
Actually Worth $25.00, $29.50, $35.00 and a few
even formerly $45.00
On Sale Saturday at $15
A tremendous purchase by our. buyer in the New York
market during the past week through circumstances
beyond the control of manufacturers has secured for
us hundreds of high-grade Suits far under the usual
price. The values are so great that we are compelled
to put in quite a portion of our regular stock at the
same prices that will prevail in this sale. These Suits
are all up to the minute in point of fashion, all made
of fine all-wool materials, and they
certainly are the greatest Suit values
offered in Omaha Saturday
Tailored Suits For
VERY SPECIAL VALUES SATURDAY
Notably a showing of the finer grades of ready-to-wear
Suits. Every one tailored in a superior manner, as
are all garments of the "Elite."
Suits in this lot sold by others at
$35 and $40 Our
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Made In polished golden
oak, of expert workman
ship throughout, Is of hand
some dcKlKn and has large
oval beveled mirror, net In
carved mirror BC
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reduced til Is
Decorated Iron Bed
Pedestal Extension Table
These Beds are exceedingly
handsome. Are enameled In
various popular colors. They
are not only of new and hand
some design, but nre heavily
etiHmeled, made of It Qt
lfirira tuhlnff and I
very substantial. y
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Mnde of solid onk and highly
polished. Massive base with
larae carved claw feet. Top
measures 45 inches diameter.
Tuble extends to six feet.
The biKgest table
value to be found
Made of selected quarter
awed oak. - Has elabo
rate carved ornamenta
tions, oval front book-
French bev -
Of magnificent design,
elaborately carved and
splendidly made. Have
serpentine top drawers
and extra ) T L S
heavv French I
1.000 RUGS AT HALF
nrtofly stated, the Riir Mills needed money they needed It badly, or they would
never have let such splendid Itugs ro ut half. We lind plenty of Kugs, but "half price" was
a great Inducement and we yielded. Xoir we're going to set new marks in Hug selling
and in value giving smash all past records cut under the lowest prices ever made by
tills store or any other store in the city of Omaha. A few saiiiple prices are here given.
6x9 feet Brussels Kng.
quality, a J12.00
patterns. . ,
9x13 Seamless Velvet
Rug, high soft pile, regular
test Brussels Butfs.
Medallion and Oriental de
French Wilton Bugs.
8Vixl0 feet, best quality,
guaranieea colorings, 717c
sold elsewhere for X"
9xia feet Brussels Mag
First quality; no extra seams;
9x13 feet French' Wilton Bus;.
Made of the best materials ani
2 GKKAT STORES THROUGHOUT THE V. a
PURE FOOD SHOW DRAWS BIG
Exhibit at Auditorium it Well At
t:nd?d Second Night. .
K" tz:::o3 being displayed
J. '. ;IV t'niKrsm Will De Varied
.';' 'en In it This Feature
I'rovon Good Dranlif
Tl.c attc -iOar.ce at the second night of the
Pun- Fo.,d shew at the Auditorium lndl
ctes that the public Is taking a decided
Interest In t'.ie exhibitions and demonstra
tions given there. From the way the gro
cers ore telephoning for tickets It Is evident
that the show Is going to be the best that
has yu been held In Omaha. Mr. Fisher of
the Httall Grocers' association asks that
grocers -wishing tickets call on Mr. Gillen
at-the Auditorium for them, as Mr. Fisher
is not In charge of their distribution.
Among the new exhibits installed last
night was that of the Larsen Ice Machine
company, which la attracting much atten
tion. Tho Looac-Wlles company will have
their exhibit Installed today. It will consist
of. an artistic arrangement of cartons. The
Orchard & Wilhelm company will Install
an exhibit today which will generally com
prise a fine exhibit of kitchen furniture
nd modern kitchen equipment.
The booths are being put In readiness for
the bread exhibit which will begin next
Tuesday. The Auditorium will be opened at
10 o'clock that morning so there will be no
waiting or delays for the prospective vis
itors to get their products properly placed
and credited. It Is expected that at least
2,000 loaves of bread will ba exhibited from
among the housewives ' and home bread
makers of Omaha. At a meeting of the
board of directors of the Retail Grocers'
and Butchers' association Thursday night It
was decided to donate the bread exhibit in
the contests to some charitable Institution.
Among other new exhibitors who will
probably install exhibits this week are the
Shogo-Llthla Water company and the
Haarmann Pickle company of Omaha.
This evening thero will be a variation In
the vaudeville program by a comic wrest
ling match by the Teddy brothers. An entire
change of program It given each evening
during the vaudeville performaces and these
programs, with the excellent music fur
nished by Dlmmick's orchestra, are at
tracting much favorable comment.
The show Is well worth a visit, either dur
ing the afternoon or evening, and with thu
Increasing attendance Its success Is bound
to far surpass that of any previous exl.lbi
tions of the kind yet given here.
At a meeting of the directors last evening
It was decided to offer several additional
prizes in the bread contest. These will be
one prise each of the following sums: $2t.
$15, $10: two prizes of $0, four of $2.50 ami
five of $1.
Runkel's Cocoa and the Minnesota Mac
caronl company are doing much to add to
the pleasure of visitors to the show, the
former serving dainty little cups of hot
cocoa free and the latter serving delicious
samples of their maccaroni and other
products. Both booths present a very at
tractive appearance and are the Mecca for
many hungry visitors.
DAVIS IS READY FOR TRIAL
Case May Be Taken V Between Mill
t die of November and De
Charles E. Davis, charged with having
killed Dr. Frederick Rustln as the result of
a suicide compact probably will be placed
on trial in district court some time between
November 16 and December 4. County At
torney English has not fully made up his
mind yet just when he will call the case.
but It probably will be before the next
panel of the Jury, which will report for
three weeks' ' service November 16.
Davis' attorneys have Indicated they are
ready for trial at any time.
At Half Real Value
Large coal magazine, auto
matic feed, handsome nickel
trimmings. An unmatchable
Base Burner. 05U
mki fl ft
281' 414-16-18 DOUGLAS STREET
Thev are, made wlthl heavy
castings and guaranteed for
durability. They are of
nickel trimmings. . .
day morning. Police Surgeons Harris and
Smith had him taken to the Omaha Qeneral
hospital In the police patrol and dressed
the Injury. Lawson once had-an accident
that hurt the frontal bone of his skull, and
he now has difficulty with It at times.
While he Is in the hospital with his broken
leg he may have the other trouble attended
LEG BROKEN BY CAR FALL
Accident Happens to Stockman Who
Jumps Off Before the Trol
While trying to alight from a northbound
Sixteenth street car at Davenport street
before the stopping point had been reached,
W. R. Lawson, a stockman of Griswold,
Ia. fell and broke his right leg between
the knee and ankle about 7:30 o'clock Frl-
G. E. Shukert
Specials for Saturday
We will place on sale
Saturday 4 lots of
Coney Coats at in
teresting prices for
close buyers. ..
LOT 1 24-inch Sable Coney Blouse, latest style,
best quality, regular price
LOT 2 24-inch Box Coat Shawl, '
match collar, regular price $30,
Saturday's price klj
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LOT 3 Semi-Fitting 30-inch Shawl, collar the
latest style, perfect fitting,
regular $35.00 quality,
Saturday '8 price
LOT 4 Automobile Sable Coney Coat, Skin
ner's satin lining, 42 inches long,
regular ou.kai coat,
Saturday's price JL
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Omaha Fur Emporium
401-403 So. 15th Street
GOVERNMENT GETS THE ISLAND
Miss Anne Warner Will Reside on
Constitution Island Darlna
One of the most gracious gifts and about
which there has been much correspondence
Is that of Constitution Island to the gov
ernment. It Is the united gift of Mrs. Rus
sell Sage and Miss Anne Warner. It Is
In the Hudson, opposite West Point. Miss
Warner Is to live In the old house and
have the exclusive use of the island until
her death. There were two Misses
Warrjer, and the one who has passed
away was the author of "The Wide. Wide
World," "Queechy," and also of "Pay and
Seal," old-fashioned tales which delighted
the hearts of our grandmothers, and al
though a bit religious and tearful, never
theless were pictures of the manners of
gentle people . In the country about the
middle of the last century.
NEW CORONER TAKES HOLD
I. C. Heafey Will Begin Ills Term of
Office rt Noon on Sat
At noon Saturday P. C. Heafey, one of
the victorious democrats In the recent elec
tion, will take up the duties of the county
coroner, relieving G. II. Brewer, who was
chosen for the office to serve the unex
pired term of Harry B. Davis. The law
provides that in such cases the regularly
elected coroner shall fill the office as soon
after his election as he qualifies by filing
a bond, so the office will change hands
Saturday noon and after that time the
coroner's office will be at the Heafey un
dertaking establishment, 218 South Four
The Vassar Girls.
Music lovers will be delighted to learn of
the return to Omaha of the Eight Vassar
Girls from New York City. This famous
organisation is enroute on a continental
tour and have been secured for a special
engagement it the I.yrlc theater on Satur
day evening, November 7. Tl'ie company
will be remembered as the star attraction
for a week at the Orpheum last year. They
re expert musicians, cultured and bril
liant, and render their programs with re
markable skill and intelligence. Tickets
will be on sale at the box office of the
Lyric on the above date at 9 a. m.
Dr. E. Black of Long Pine is a. guest at
Deputy t'nlted Statet Marshals Proctor
and Nlckerson have returned from Chicago.
K. A. Plummer Is back from the big
Tnlted Commercial Travelers' meeting at
C. M. Oruenther of Columbus was an
Omaha viBltor at the Paxton Thursday
evening en route to Lincoln.
Ernest Wornher of New York Is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Wevnher,
tlji South Thlrty-socond street. He ha
been called here by the serious Illness of
his sister, who Is suffering from typhoid
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Conway of Suther
land, Bryan McWay of Columbus, Alfred
Hauser of Kendall, K. K. Berkwlth of
Keligh. U. Kuhlman of Nebraska City. C.
1). Rader of Trumbull, and V. U Clark
of Douglas are at tha Merchants.
United States Circuit Judge Willis Van
devanter of Cheyenne, was In Omaha Fri
day en route to St. Paul, where he will
sit during the November and Decemtx-r
terms of the circuit, court of appeals for
tha Eighth district. Judge Vandevanter
attributes the defeat of the republican na
tional ticket In Colorado to the division
among 'he republicans there and to fac
tions! quarrsis. Judge Vandevaoter left
Cor 8t- ram riay evening.
HOME FURNITURE CO. souiAd omaf?
Sells Furniture 520 Per Cent Below Omaha Prices
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Special on Duifets and
$19.00 Buffet, like cut $12.50
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$25.00 Buffet, solid oak like
cut finished in golden or
Solid Oak Polished
G foot $12.50
8 foot $14.50
A $25.00 table.
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KIOK OBADS STEBi BUOB
4 hole ; a3.M
Sold on easy payments.
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