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LUDLOW DENIES STORIES
"Kayser's" Double Silk
Gloves; neat, nobby and nice to
wear. In black, white, gray,
brown and navy, per pair $1.00.
Monday in Basement
Special Sale of Silk finished printed
cottona In beautiful new
aide, band designs, at, .
per yard, only
, Wool Blankets
That are made to make the possessors of them
happy not disappointed.
"St. Mary's" Blankets at $4.60,- $5.00 and
$5.50 per pair.
"North Star" Blankets at $4.50,' $5.00, $6.00
per pair. ;
' "New Brenen" Blankets at $5.50,. $6.00 per
These In. gray, natural or white with dainty
Beautiful plaid blankets at $4.50, $5.00, $6.60,
$7.00, $7.60 and $9.00 per pair. '
Fashionable Semi-Eveiing Coats
Suits, Furs, W aists and Skirts
To lovers of really fashionable clothes, for the well dressed woman. The styles which are now shown will appeal
to their Jiigh taste for perfectly correct attjre. All the latest designs in Coats, 6uch as the Empire, the Nell Bunkley,
the hipless and the fitted coats are shown in our daylight Cloak department.
Fine Tailored Suits, all the new Bonwit models are now here. Perfectly tailored garments, from $30.00 to $G0.00.
Fine Fur Coats otter, brook mink, Astrakan and Munjavia seal. Nothing but the best furs shown. Every garment
Just Received The Latest New Shades of Taupe, London
Smoke and Peacock Blue in Dress Goods
Special showing of the choicest and newest in high class colored and black dress
New Chiffon Broadcloths London sponged and shrunk, will not spot with water.
An exquisitely fine, firmly woven, but soft silky clinging fabric. The most elegant
' tailor gowns are being made from this pretty fabric.
New Herringbones and Stripes Both colored and black. They are on the top
wave of fashion. New shades of brown, taupe, green and dark rich reds.
New Tailor Suitings A magnificent showing of serges, cheviots, worsteds.of fas
inating striped effepts, chevrons, herringbone, wide wale of self color or pretty two
tones. NOTE AVe send you a special message for Monday to come and see our new mod
els of man-tailored skirts. Select any goods you like in the dress goods department.
We make the skirt to your special measure. You get both style, fit and quality.
Special Sale of Children's Bonnets, Monday, on Main Floor
These are beautiful bonnets, made fron. fine quality of white silk and trimmed
with bows of white silk ribbon. This sale offers an opportunity to buy a fine bonnet
at a great reduction
$2.50 white and red silk bonnets, Monday
White felt bonnets trimmed with bows of red
pink, blue or white ribbon, regular price $2.60,
Monday each $2.00.
Gray Angora caps, regular price $1.50, Monday
Colonel at Fort Hamilton Sayi No In
vestigation Was Kade.
NO REVELRIES AT THIS . POST
Declaratleae f ' Mra. HaJas liar
KotfclB to Do with Transfer
of Mea to Distant
rrobably you have already found
this out for yourself and do nut
need to bo told. The business
which results from our store an
nouncements comes to iia because
the people have learned that our
printed promises are always re
liable. Manufactured talk won't
win business nowadays there
must be something to back up the
'printed promises or people toon
become disgusted with your store.
The great success of this estab
lishment has been achieved by
selling reliable goods at fair prices
and telling the people about it In a
Flaln way. Get the habit of trad
$1.25 and $1.00 white silk bonnets, Monday
$2.50 white silk bonnets,. Monday each $1.50.
$3.00 white silk bonnetts, Monday, each $2.00.
$3.75 and $3.50 white silk bonnets, Monday
$7.00 white silk bonnets, Monday, each $5.00.
"Gauntlets" All the best
makes, In black and' assorted
tans, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50'
up to $3.00 per pair.
Domet Flannel Gowns for Women
Called" Domet but really Outing Flannel. Fleecy on both sides, very
kind to tender skin. Ours is the best showing in Omaha.
Women's Domet Flannel Gowns in dainty blue and white stripes, good
weight, each $1.00.
Also many other styles in plain colors with fancy trimming, at $1.26,
$1.50, $1.76, $2.00 and $2.50 each.
Domet Flannel Underskirts in pink and blue stripes, fine value, each 50c.
Plain White Domet Flannel Underskirts with light blue or pink embroid
ered ruffle, at, each $1.00.
Knit Underskirts In neat fancy stripes at 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 each.
If you do not car for Wool Blankets the
"Beacon" Blankets are the best In cotton.
They are so far superior to other cotton
blankets. A eomnsrlson will rnnvlnm
rrloeaai.TS, aa.OO, S2.M ana 13.00.
Great Special Sale of 85c Colored Taffeta
Silks, Monday 39c a Yard.
When you buy taffeta silks here, you get the
best. These are the silks that will please our -old
friends and make new ones its the quality
we want you to know about Lustrous, fine,
beautiful texture, JuBt the touch a good taffeta
should have; in a choice line of colors old pink,
French gray, navy blue, shell pink, tan, mode,
reds, etc. Better come early while the assort
ment of colors are good, In several cases the
pieces are not large.
Big Towel Sale, Monday Only. '
Towels . Towels
100 dozen lSo H. S. Huok Towels, In this
sale 8 Ho each.
100 dozen 80c H. 8. Huck Towels.
Huck Towels, In this .
Huck 'Towels, In 'this'
Limit 1- doien of each number to a customer.,
sal 11V4C each.
100 dozen !6o H. 8.
ale 16a each.
100 dozen 85o H. B.
sale lo each.
The Bargain Square in Basement
Is offering remnants of Cot
ton Chains and light Calicoes for
Comforter Coverings at, a yard,
Cotton Bats at 10c, 15c and 20c.
'. 'Large Comfort Bats, size 72x84, one
for comfort, at 76c each.
R. & G. Corsets
No matter how good a figure you may
have, you should be very careful to get
a good fit In your Corsets If you ex
pect to get the best effect In the fit of
Here's a Corset that gives just the cor
rect carriage. Ft- O. Style A 14 a
tapering waist, giving good slender lines
without being an extremely long corset,
rrloe only 11.00.
Excellent value! for the money. Come
Monday. i '
Special Sale Silver Bleached Table
Damasks, Monday Only.
Monday morning we will place on special
style 60 pieces of Silver Bleached Damasks
by the yard.
25 places $1.60 Silver Bleached Table Dam
ask, In this sale, $1.00 per yard.
25 pieces $1.26 Silver Bleached Table Dam
auk, la this sale, 86c per yard.
Meet Too .
Triends at our
Japanese , ,
Women's 8-button length Glace Kid )
Gloves, In. Piques, Capes, etc. Black,
assorted tans and whites. $2.26, $2.60
up to $3.00 per pair.
IRISH KING IS DEAD
, (Continued from First Page.)
Ireland and restored Trtstraln, the knight
of Lionel), to health, after, he . had been
wounded by the poisoned spear. The legend,
of oourse. Is the basis of the opera, ''Tfls
' tram and Isolda." Incidentally, It Is sug
gested that the Dublin corporation adopt
a settled policy of renaming the streets of
the Irish capital with names which mean
something In the light of Irish history and
tradition. At present most of the Dublin
streets bear names which either have no
meaning or are associated with English
peers and governors of Ireland.
F. X. CUL.LEN
Third Attempt at Arson.
WEBSTER CJTY. Ia., Nov. T.-(Speclal.)
An attenpt was made last night to burn
the Alllngton Pop factory, the third within
a year. The damage amounts to $4,000.
which Is covered by Insurance. The plant
will be moved to another location account
of the many attemps to burn It.
Will he look up
And see the Tad?
No, he's looking down
At our fur ad.
. Furs from many climes are here fetching new styles
In sets as well as separate scarfs and cravats. Every price
Is in your favor.
Child's Southern Nutria Beaver
Cravat Sets, two animal heads on
cravat and one on muff, very
dressy, per set $5.00
Child's French Ermine Sets, cra
vat with allR ornaments. Hat
Child's Flat Sets, lamb and angora
combination, silk ribbon on T.uff,
' t SJ..05
Child's German Chinchilla Sets,
cravat and flat muff, trimmed
Misses' . Gray Squirrel Sets, Edna
May Cravat, and 20 block pil
low muff, lined with extra fine
Young Ladles1 real gray Krlmmer
sets, J 0-Inch throw tie and 23
block flat pillow muff, lined with
handsome brocaded satin, set,
Separate Scarf 87.00
Young Ladies' White Thjbet Sets,
sBawl acarf and rug muff, very
handsome '. R1R.KO
with heads, each S3. 75
We sell fur robes, fur caps, fur gloves, fur coats.
Write for Illustrated Catalogue.
BENSON THQRNE CO.
EVENTS IN OMAHA SUBL'RBb
Sunday School Institute of Benson to
Be Held Thursday.
DANCE AT THE NEW AUDITORIUM
November Nineteen to lie Donation
Day for Old People's Home at
Dundee Social Events
Services will be held at all the churches
today at the usual hours.
The Lutheran Ladies' Aid society meets
at the church next Wednesday afternoon
Mrs. Cyrus Bryant of Fort Dodge, lit..
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Raber.
The Benson Times Publishing comnanv
have moved to larger quarters In the
Smith building on Main street.
A home bakery was conducted at Sear-
son s drug store last Saturday by the
women of the Methodist church.
The drill team of the Woodman lodge
will give a dance at the Odd Fellows' hall.
next Tuesday evening.
Miss Emma Chrtstlanann came up from
Peru to' visit a few. days, returning; to
A. Martin of :ienandoah, la., was a
guest at the Degan home last week. ' '
Mrs. M. Chatupsky entertained last Sun
day evening at lunch, in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Ha pet of Omaha.
Mrs. A. C. Sheets returns to her home In
Blair this evening after visiting here wltii'
Mrs. F. C. Haver entertained last Sun
day In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Spaben of
Mrs. Jack Eliot Is visiting at her mother's
a few days, since her return from Denver.
Mat Kelsor entertained last Sunday In
iionor of his fortieth birthday annlveisary.
Kev. U. P. Ludden of Lincoln will fill
the pulpit at the Lutheran church this
murning and evening.
Mr. nn.1 Mrs E. C. Hodder entertained
at dirner last Sunday, covers were laid for
The Women's CHii.stlan Temperance
t'nlim will hold an operj meeting at the
Methodist clmrch Monday evening at 8
o'clock. M. L. Mi-Keen if New York City
Mrs. E. If. Oleson entertained last Sun
day for Mrs. C T. Anderson of Boone, la.
Covers were Irtld for six.
The Octavo club met at the home of Mr.
ttnd Mrs. A. J. Ixjl.no last Wednesday
evenir.g. A lunch was served.
Mr. Peter Chrlstencen entertained last
Week In honor of her thirty-seventh blrtn
oay anniversary. Abcut fifteen guests
Mrs. O. Aser find children returned homo
last Tuesday frmn a week's visit with her
mother In Lincoln
The Benson schools were cloned Inst
Thursday Bnd Frld.-y, giving the teachers
a chance to attend the association held in
The Kn lulus and I.sdl-s of S-curltv Rave
a nance at the Aiid u i i.ir.i last Thursday
evening, llolfmar.'s orchestra furnished
Mis. Dr. McCoy was pleasantly si-rprtsed
Inst Wednesday evinlng by a numl.er f
the membe-s of the Prelvterlan church,
before her departuie fur Chtiag). A ctu'nty
lunch was served.
The Sunduv Seliool Institute of Benson
will h'-ld a meeting at the Lutheran church
text Thursduv ever, ng at 7:0 o'clock. H.
K. Mltehel of the Omaha Prei.byteri.ni
.-miliary, who has been up-i'lntii'V-nt In
Sunday school In Iowa, and attended the
conventUn In Pulastine, will talk, l.urxh
will be served.
The Methodist Ladles' Aid society met at
the home of Mrs. J. V. Long last Wednes
day afternoon. Lunch was Jcrvsd and plans
made to hold a sale of bakery at Searson'a
drug store each Saturday morning.
The young people of the Lutheran church
met at the home of Peter Peterson last
Tuesday .evening for a social time and
organised a Christian Endeavor society,
electing the following officers: President,
Ed Neuman; vice president, Mrs. J. C.
Peterson; treasurer, Charles Larsen; corre
sponding secretary, Miss Frances Buller;
ecording secretary. Miss Bowlcy.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGulre announci
ng, engagement of their daughter, Matile,
to Carl Spring of Irvlngton. The-wedding
will take place the last of November.
The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid soclcl',
gave an election dinner and supper In their
cnurc.ii basement last Tuesday, clearlne
The next number of the entertalnmen:
course will be given on next Wednesday
evening, November 11, at the Auditorium
by Toiten, the magician and impersonator.
Mrs. Dr. McCoy left last Saturday to
join her husband In Chicago. They expec.
to go to California to spend some tlm
visiting her mother.
Mrs. F. E. Young entertained the Hen
sop Kensington club at her home lag:
Thursday afternoon, guessing games beln:
the pastime -of the afternoon. A dainl
lunch was served. Nearly all members wer
Mrs. A. M. Totman entertained at dlnne.
last Thursday In honor of Mrs. C. T. An
derson of Boone, la.
Miss Florence Buller was surprised at he
home by a number of friends from Omalui
(James and music was the pastime of th
At the election lust Tuesday Bryan re
celved !9 votes and Taft S"2. James Wals'
was defeated for county commissioner b
the democratic candidate. Peter Kammirt
sind was elected road overseer. The boarr
and clerks were: Messrs. William Clarke
A. M. Wiggins, P. Larstm, Tom Degar
an 8. A. Morrison.
NEW YORK, Nov. 7.-Storlee of revelry
In the army post at Fort Hamilton, which
ave followed disclosures made In letters
alleged to have been written by Mrs.
Claudia Mains to her husband, Captain
Peter C. Halns. jr., were denied today by
Lieutenant Colonel Henry Ludlow, who
has been In Command at the fort.
Practically every officer who was sta
tioned at Fort Hamilton during the time
mentioned In Mrs. Main's letters, haa been
ordered to another and In many Instances,
It was when questioned with reference
to the transfers of offlcere that Lieutenant
Colonel Ludlow took occasion to deny somo
of the statements made In Mrs. Halns' let
ters. These letters were written while Mrs.
Hains was living In the officers' quarters
at Fort Hamilton after her husband had
been ordered te the Philippines. "If any
investigation ever was made by the Wtir
department of the reported revelries here,
the Investigation passed around me.' said
Colonel Ludlow. "No one ever asked me a
question abou. It That makes me morx
positive In my declarations that the revela
tions made by Mrs. Halns had nothing to
do with the transfers."
Colonel Ludlow said he had Issued an
order to keep William E. Annls out of the
post after he had received a warning from
General Halns, father of Captain Halns,
that serious trouble might come if the men
met. "He told me he feared his son would
shoot Annls," said Colonel Ludlow.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Nov. 7.-Nkholas
McAlplne. who helped build the' central
branch of the Union Pacific railway, died
at his home in Kansas City, Kan., today.
aged 71 years. Mr. McAlplne also was a
railroad promoter, banker and manufac
turer. He came to Kansas In 1857.
Plurality for Norrls.
HASTINGS, Neb.. Nov. 7. (Special Tele.
gram.) The majority of I. W. Norrls, re
publican nominee for congressman in the
Fifth district, is finally figured at 23. This
result Is determined by reports of the of
ficial canvass In all counties received by
the republican congressional committee.
BernstorfT 7ew Ambassador.
BERLIN, Nov. 7. Count Jrhaan Hlenrlch
Von . Bernstorff hns been selected by the
emperor to succeed the late Baron Speck
Von Sternburg as ambassador to America.
The appolntmenet has not yet been made
officially, but It Is understood that an
official announcement will be made within
two or three days.
Oakdale Man Accused.
OAK DALE, Neb., Nov. 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Jesse Klnnln was arrested last
night, charged with statutory assault on
the 6-year-old daughter of Alva Moore.
The preliminary hearing was set for the
14th of this month. The prisoner was re
leased on 1 1.000 bond.
TALKS Oil TEETH
By Dr. E. ILL Murphy
The most expensive thing In th
world Is poor dentistry. An lgofn'
dentist can do more harm In one hour
than all the good dentist in the land
can repair in a lifetime.
The trouble Is that when the harm
Is done, or when teeth are gone, thej.
are gone forever. . There Is no suol'
thing as repairing the damage, or feel
lng sorry, or trying all over again.
Dentistry rnust be done well in th
The great-specialty of this conipan
Is known as the "Alveolar Method'
(supply missing teeth without the ait
In almost every Instance we get tin
desperate cases. We are the court ol
In a majority of cases we are asked
to restore a full set of upper or lower
teeth when there are but two teeth
left In either Jaw to work from.
Suppose we were tJ bungle muli
work? When we put this work in the
mouth It is in to stay. The Alveola i
teeth are as solid as a rock, otherwise
they wouldn't work.
We don't ask our readers to take cur
unsupported testimony for the work
Every operator In all of our offices
Is a specialist, therefore your work will
be done more quickly and wltii more
comfort to you than you have over ex
perienced before in any dentist's office.
We Invite you to call and allow our
examining dentist to look jinr teeth
over. Don't get the Idea that hv so
doing you must have some work no.
We can't tell yon what we can u for
you" until the examination Is mad
Then It rests entirely with you as to
whether or not you will em;iloy tu.
The 'Alveolar Method" you ctinnct
obtain elsewhere. We own that
There Is no other plan of restoring
missing teeth without ple.'es or ordin
ary (painful) bridge work but the
It Is wonderful. The next boBt thins
to Rrowlntr a new set of natural teeth.
If you can't come to see us at this
time, send for "Alveolar Dentiatry."
We send It free.
But by all means come and see us If
you are near enough.
That is the best plan.
STOTB Make a note of our nuns and
address to be on the safe aide. There are
wutnvra across wno max laise claim.
Dr. E. R. L. Murphy
510 N.Y. Life Bid g., OMAHA
entertained at luncheon at the Omah
club on Thursday by Mrs. . W. H. Uar
Mrs. deurge A. Hoagkind will leave th
flint of the week for Fort 8111, Ok1 to
visit ner aaugnter, Airs, uavm Btone, and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harte are staying
temporarily wun mr. ana Mrs. jonn 1
.inrte until they move into flielr ow
t.ome at the corner of Forty-ninth and
P. Warner left on Friday for San !
I rancisco, taking a Chinaman to be djs- :
1 he ladles' Aid society of the Dundee '
t'reabyterlaji church met on Friday with '
lrs. W. P. Warner. I
Mr. F. H. Chlckorlng Is in Minneapolis j
n business at present.
Mr. C. Crossman was In Atkinson, Neb.,
'.n business uurlng the week.
Rev. and Mrs. Qulckenden are llvlnir at '
iresent at 2627 Harney street.
A "crazy social" was given Friday even
.ng at the home of Mrs. A. F. Beebe.
Mrs. D. C. Dodds entertained a num
ber of women at luncheon at her new
ome at Forty-ninth and California
ireets on Friday.
R. O. Walters of Grand Island. A. W.
Bennett of Auburn, L. C. Brwln of Hastings
and Lloyd Bowman of Broken Bow are at
F. M. Rublee of Broken Bow, J. C. Rob
inson of Hartlngton, Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Garrison of Lincoln and V. J. Jeep of
Tekamah are at the Rome.
Claude . Currle. Allison Stuckey, A. T.
Ledwtch of Broken Bow, J. A. Osborne of
Hroken Bow, Tod Jones of Dakota City and
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Strahl of Lincoln are
at the Millard.
W. P. Cowan and Theodore Names of
Stanton. M. H. Kempton and E. P. Mc
Laughlin of Lincoln, C. F. Shelby and C.
E. West of Peru are at the Her Grand.
J. A. Smith of Lincoln, J. L. Elliott or
West Point, J. T. Fisher of Hastings, R.
W. Bentley of Denver and H. C. Currier
of Lincoln are at the Henshaw.
Charles Stuart of Lincoln, Thomas M.
Murphy of Leavenworth, Chas, Mctionold
of North Platte. Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
McKenna of Denver, J. -K. Marsh of Ponca
and J. Q. Armstrong of 'Rushvllle are at,
J. M. Campbell of Lincoln, Charlea T.
Slater. W. H. "Andrews of Belgrade, ('
L. Anderson, H. M. Anderson, C. B. Ander
son and E. A. Swanson of Norfolk, J. R.
Collins of Fremont and H. V. Canfleld of
Columbus are at the Merchants.
A. R. Henael, constable In the Justice
court of Eben K. Long, has been out of the
city since last Tuesday on a visit to Ohio,
III., where he went to attend the golden
wedding celebration of some relatives. He
expects to have a good time and thnt
Omaha will not sea him again for about a
D. M. Mohr has returned from Ponca.
a here he has spent several days with his
atenls and friends.
Hartwell H. Hamblln returned Wednes
ay morning from his home at Tekamah,
vl.ere he had spent a few days with rela
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Marvel spent Wednes
:ay In Bellevue visiting their son. Jesse
larvel, at the home of Mrs. B. Fletcher,
I'luy returned to Greenwood, Neb.,
Hart Monroe was an Omaha visitor
ursday afternoon. i
Ethel Purcell Is reported as quite sick
Is week, being under a physician's care.
VS'tlllam Grabble Is having a large, new
u n uuni on nia larni. u win be large
If P. Leavltt has returned from a trip
to St. Lou'.s.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Akin have been en
tertaining Mr. Akin's sister from Penn
P. J. Barr and Lester Barr were In town
for a few days last week.
John Reed had quite an elaborate Hallow
e't n rai ty at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. D. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gillespie have
moved Into their new home at S103 Daven
George F. Bancroft and family have
moved from 4824 Capitol avenue to their
new home on Caaa street, between Forty
ninth and Fiftieth street.
Mrs. H. D. Reed entertained the West
Farnam Luncheon club at her home on
Forty-ninth street last Friday.
Mlas Florenre Worley of Grand Island,
who was the guest for a few days of Mss
Edna Bennett while acting as bridesmaid
at the Stone-Worley wedding, returned
home, accompanied by Miss Bennett, last
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Rush and children
returned on Tuesday from a trip of a few
Htikt In Washington, D. C, and Pitts
Wlllard Lampe was at home on election
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wlckersham are
moving Into their new home at the corner
of Forty-ninth and Davenport streets.
November IS will be the annual dona
tion day for the old: People's home. Mrs.
Louis Borahelm will dlktrlbute the bags In
Dundee and anyone can get a bsg by ap
plying to Mrs. Borsheim at 4'J14 Chicago
street. Anything In the line of bedding,
clothing and edibles of all sorts will be
A large and olly crowd spent the even
ing of November t at. Happy Hollow,
where th election returns wore received
over a special wire. Dundee precTTtvt
went republican by a large majority.
Mr. Neal Dow of Scotland Is visiting
Mr. J. M. Dow a nd family.
Mra. Allen Yonson entertained at bridge
Thursday afternoon at her home at 4;2
Mrs. C. C. George was one of the com
mittee fo the Bo.-lety of Fin Arte to ba
enough ant well enouKh cLinned to accom
moilnte all his stock. The work Is progress
ing extraordinarily well and he hopes to
have It all completed before real winter
Finch Trmpler was an Omaha visitor
Dr. Schmeiilel left Bellevue Wednesday
for Lincoln, where he was Invited to attend
the Teachers' Institute of Nebraska, which
was held there last week. Dr. gchmeldM
delivered an addrtss to the association and
rrturned to BHlevue Thursday evening.
J. R. Ulynn has returned to this village
from Kansas City, where he haa been em
ployed: for some months past by the Magic
City Barrel company. i
Mrs. Benjamin H. Btauffer has been un- i
der a phys.c'an's care. At present she Is
doing well and will soon be completely well.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Cooper have gone
to Washington, D. C. Mr. Cooper since his
graduation from Bellevue college several !
years ago has been In the forestry service, 1
employed by th government. His trip to i
Washington will doubtless yield htm some!
Mrs. George C. Ernest Is spending a I
couple of weeks with frlenda at Vuinview !
She will go from there to visit friends at
Lynch, afterward returning to Bellevue.
Mrs. Jacob Reiner of Omaha and Mrs.
J. C, McBeun of Chicago were guests Of
Mrs. W. B. McDermut on Tuesday.
In regular session Monday evening tha-f
vuiuae uoara allowed and paid several
small claims which have been lung stand
ing and also appointed Jake Iewis side
walk inspector to look after th cement
walks now being laid.
Mrs. Charles McUlnley left last Saturday
morning for Auburn, where she will visit
a few weeks with a daughter and then re
Her t E. Wilcox, E. J. Sullivan and A. P.
8nerry have Incorporated a stock company
to handle real estate In Bellevue and South
Omaha. The company has taken over all
tile stock owned by Sullivan In Bellevue.
Mr. and Mrs. McClennahan. who have
spent some considerable time In Egypt and
only lately returned, spent the week with
Dr. Mitchell and family at their home In
Mr. and Mrs. B. Wrlfrht of Esmond. 8.
P.; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wells. Mr. amt Mrs.
George Mosher and Mr. and Mrs. Dennell
of South Omaha were guests al the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Haney of Bellevue Sunday.
Ralph and Harry Langsdorf were down
from Omaha Saturday visiting old Bellevue
f (lands. i
Do not forget that we are headquar
ters on everything in the way of stoves.
Reliable, time-tried stoves at prices no
higher than you have to pay for "un
knowns." Radiant Home Air Blasts Burn hard
or soft coal, high grade, up
j Stoves! Stoves! J
If'IADiANT '! '
Radiant Home Base Burners Stan
dards of the world up from.. 520
Radiant Home Steel Ranges 6 holes,
with high warming closet. ..." .$37
Cole's Hot Blasts We are agents for
these wonderful heaters.
Puritan Steel Ranges, with high closet,
up from 920
Ruby Oaks Good, strong soft coal
heaters, up from $5.05
STOVES AND RANGES SOLD ON
Milton Rogers & Sons Co.
J4th and Farnam Sts., Omaha.
For the comfort, warmth and relaxation of the
winter evening, there's a touch of luxury in a
root, foaming glass of Stars anJ ritrlpes lifer.
The purest of Malt and Hops, the ciejtruit uta k
llng Willow Springs Water, make Etars and
Stripes the most wholesome, most refreshing
beer for home.
Keep a few bottles in
the ice box for the
cozy evenings at home
Order a Case Delivered
WILLOW SPRINGS BREWIIIG CO.
Offloe 1407 Saner St.,
rnene Doug. ISO.
Brewery, Srd a4 Xlekory,
raoae Por. lass.
M.00 In Stamps sof
Siven wun each two
osen case of Urge
bottles, de- A A Ar
llvered in X ft
the -::y for.,,'fcl,
Out of town cus
tomers add 1125 for
raae and bottles.
Sl.ftO in Stamps (It)
Slven with each two
osen case of small
bottles de- a?1
llvered In 1 ft
the city tor..9'
Out of town cus
tomers add 11. t( for
case and bottles.
Drop us a postal
card or telephone us
to deliver a case to