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THE OMAHA SUNDAY P.EK: MAY 8. 1P10.
UlciOUtt ArlLiv LLUul.N
Executive Aski State Legal Depart
ment to AUack Itself.
C'litl.il ..I the Ixi" . di'ii.-. I" ''-'
last niKl.t. 1'iof. lrid-n of
chairman of th? cuiulituiun
Itriaa (aniiot PIKh Hill. 1
If Mr. Bryan fitches tho first ball at the,
(ippniiiK n( the Western league hall wmoii
.etraka p ore.
VORK-Tnc York Blank Book cnmpan
secured elaht contracts out of nlnetetr
awarded bj the state, which la the large!
contract aivcn outside of Lincoln.
YOliK Kev. A. U. Henivt of the Metho
tlint fhurch and flew K. B. Smith f the
Presbyterian chvirch ar Mending' tne a
SEEKS TO DRAW SALARY BACK
Irhonlmaslera' I liil inkes Anion to
r'rm n ( on Ito I lo and (.ft
Oat of Control of Book
! In t.lnoidn. Tursdav. he will be subjected tol ti-inal Laymen a MiaMlnnary congrr,, at
a fne of Mr. Hryan a advertised tol-" c"""; u-u
,. - ul. i.ni.., r I YOltK Johnny Ko. h. son ofUeoree Koch
pitch the flret lvll. Govern. r Shallenbetaer I h i Jvfg on ',)ivl!,u,n , venue, recelvt-d
to tiy to catch It and Maor Ian Lov j,8if injuries from scalding hot laid,
to ti v to lnt It aplaahe over from a kettle which he,
The ba.e hall team of Lincoln Is on the
iFrom taft Correspondent.!
LINCOLN, May 7. i Special ) polled In
his attempt to make a political machine
sut o fthc state normal schools, though
'ing so far as to have a law enacted
by the democratic legislature, to nb.'llsh
tha republican Normal hoard and she him
power to appoint ;i detn K-i atlc board. Gov
ernor Hv llenberRcr has taken a new tack
In the matter. He lias written to Attorney
General Thompson to take such action si
"pk" be necessary to preent Luther r.
liudden, secretary of the hoard f tmi" re
ceding pay for the work he do's, the pay
being riiawn by Mr. Ludden and paid out
to clerical uxsistants.
About two weeks ago the legil depart
ment of atata pave a decision to Auditor
iiarton that Mr. Ltidden was entitled tinder
the law to receive the compensation paid
him by the board and unless restrained
'If nurt It tjas the duty of the auditor
Y ft sue the warrant.
Tha decision of the legal department d d
not suit the executive, ho, happening to
ba at Mi office today, he .wrote- the re
quest to the attorney general to present
the auditor from doing what the legal de-
SKHHA.SKA CITY-Willlam Theile,
unrair list or tne t pogiap.... . - , f h .
the penaltv for a member of that union
to attend a base hall gme played by the
home team of the Western league Is a fine
Mr. Bran is an honorary member of
the typos' apni'.al union and Is therefore
subject to the rules and regulations of the
Thep residential candidate was an honor
ary member of the union when running
for president the lat time, or rather the
third time. l'p to this date no move has
been started by the union so far as publicly
known to Mop the peerless leader from
tossing that first ball. Incidentally If Gov
ernor Shallenbe; ger were scheduled to
throw thai first ball, many persons ate
wondering what would happen to Bryan,
were be the catcher.
.luilae Brjmit Vrelr Tried.
Wilber F. r.rvanl, attorney at law.
r more, has resigned and gone Into
business. M. W. W right has been appointed
In bis stead.
NKIIRASKA CITV-F.dward llav Lyon
anil Visa Nina Minis; of Julian came to
this city Ftldav and were united In mar
riage. They are both IradliR young people
of that section.
NO HTM KLATTK I 'pon the complaint of
W. T. Elliott, man-tlao of the village of
Brad. in this county, John Watklns of
that village has been lodged In Jail upon
a charge of being a dlpaomanlc.
BRA PSHAW At the home of the bride
the marriage of Miss Mabel Porsey and
Mr. Arthur Ramsey took place yesterday
In the presence of 100 guests Key. Mr.
Buckner of Arborvllle officiated. ,
NKK11ARK A PITY-Another thousand
dohars la heing subscribed to go further
with the work on the deep well. The well
Is now down 1 45 feet and all are confi
dent of striking something within the next
YORK In the death of Joseph Wolgav
mouth, one of l ark. oldest residents and
scholar, author and former reporter o i N"iK'" departed this life. The deceased
one in ine oioesi re?oiiMiin ui join
and waa known to nearly every one. He
was S3 years old.
NEBRASKA t'lTY Th charge agalns:
t". S. 1 I'hss. which has been hanging In
th supreme court, is very much put
out. In fact he la very angry, for to
use h's own words, he has been "em
balmed to the public as a dliumphool
It all came about this way. Judge Pry- j S""?"," !"r fjnvl . "m- h?r
. I dismissed hv the countv attorney. Hi
ant had a case In the sunrenm coutt and 1 ,m.-m-A ..tA..i- ....
ant had a case In the supreme coutt and
his appeal was dismissed becauye his
transcript did not contain the Judgment
of the'dlatrlct court from which 'the ap- I
peal wet taktn. When the news was
charged with uttering checks on banks in
wllch he ,tnd no funds.
SUTTON The state convention of the
Woman's Fun ign Missionary society was
in sesMon here last week. Return mission
arles from t'iilna. Japan and India are
partment was legul for him to do. He broken to the Cedar county statesman j R iK daily lectures on their work and
asks the legal department to fight Itself
Th amount Involved' Is fl.o,' but the gov
ernor said he was not interested In the
amount, but against the establishment of j been detached.
rurh a precedent. The executive holds that Instated.
no salary can be paid out of an appropria- But the Soih
he prompt'y askeJ that the cae be re
conditions m foreign fields
NEBRASKA t ITY-Kmma B. Llsby has
lion for expense.
The letter has not yet reached the legal
department, but when Informed of Its
nature, Mr. Martin, who wrote the opinion
for the auditor, said there was no doubt in
lila mind that the legislature contemplated
k14itig the secretary for In is services Inas
much as it appropriated Jii.OOO .for the ex
penses of the board and the law requires
only, two meetings per year. H holds It
makes n difference whether the Item reada
salary or for clerical hire.
Governor ."hallenberger, in his letter, said
had. he known the secretary was to draw
salary hl duty would have been to veto
tha appropriation, evidently forgetting for
the moment that the appropriation was
. made for the payment of expenses of a
democratla board which had a democratic
secretary who drew his expenses Just the
same as his predecessors.
Srhoolmaatrrs Take Action.
The Sehoolmaters' club took its first step
last night. to get out from under th con
trol of a bunch of book agents. Chancel
lor Avvary. retiring president, struck the
first blow when he left the chair and
moved that a committee be appointed to
draft a constitution and broaden the rules
of the organisation. After thla motion was
carried the chancellor Insisted that the com
mittee report at a meeting to be called by
him during the present school years.
Thla was objected to by some, who de
aired the constitution passed on at the first
meeting next fall, while J. 'W. Crabtree sug
gested that the committee be given power
not only to draft the constitution, but also
t ratify It.
Chancellor Avery refused to stand for
thla and the meeting endorsed his views, so
the constitution will be 'brought before tl"
club at a called meeting some time this
Tb's action on the part of Chancellor
Avery was taken a a result of the high
handed 'methods of a number of bool;
agents who belong . to the club. . It has
taame a practice of these book agents to
attempt to bring .discredit on a school
teacher by preparing his nam for member
ship and then to blackball Jilm. ' Sime i
Instated for the reason thai one nauo of r,rin..-i. vii l-r.mm n. iyii. line
instated for tne eason that one pa(,o ol . UM nr pelt,,in )n ,hn .xrct ,.olirt a,k.
the record containing tht judgment, had ,K rr divorce from her husband. Clar-
Po he aot his rase re- t anee l.isby. whom she married In August,
l!0!, nud moved here, and the following
mmth had to go to work to support her
Nebraska reports con- eif
tatr.cn only th first chapter of the story- NORTH TLATTK-An angements are be-
that the case had been dismissed because i lug made for the erection of a two-story
nf an ahsenee nf the liirivm.nt nf the l.nei. ! brick building, 44xiO feet, upon a lot on
,.,, , - . . , . , Front street belonging to Mrs. .1. C. Feder-
court In th record. Judge Bryant insiMs ; hoff llpo)1 wll(.h a nulWinB ret.eny
mat tne report or tne case should navo a almost destroyed by fire.
neen held out of Nebraska reports until: BKNKI 'It'T The funeral of W. H. Dlck-
the court had added that last chapter. The I son. who died from the result of Injuries
case as given In the Soth Nebraska
wrote, "embalms me as a dhamphool."
recflvid from being kicked by a horse, was
held from Bethel church southwest of here.
Mr. Plcksnn was an old resident and was
most highly respected and loved by all.
STF.LLA A petition was circulated and
funds raised by popular subscription to
Mr. and Mrs. Freed of Stella Celebrate i send to a linspiial the little girl that was
. . . , Injured In the gas tank explosion of the
.- i moving picture show. Jter father Is rapldlv
STKI.IA. Neb.. May fi. (Special.) Mr. i Improving from his injuries and will soon
and Mrs. S. R. Freed's fifty-fifth wedding1 be ablo to travel.
annlversarv w ill he tomorrow and friends i STELLA A half inch of rain yesterday
have planned to give them a surprise by J r 'a'sV.s
arranging ror callers at tne nome an nay moisture is concerned and with a few
lonr. Mr. Freed was born !n I'ennsylvanla davj' warm sunshine will make a wonder
and came to Indiana in the early '.Ws to i J""?" J" h."'"'":..11101' haVe bCen
make his home with older brothers. In
Indiana he met little Margaret Garner, four
Vars his Junior. Th Garner family
finally moved to Iowa, and so later did
the Freeds. The couple were married at
Hampton, la., when the young woman wa3
Mr. and Mrs. Freed livfd In Iowa the
first few years of their marriage then
moved to Missouri, but went back to Iowa
after the civil war broke out, on account
of the troubles in Missouri. They have
lived in thla county since the early '70s.
held back by the dry weather.
NORTH PLATTF. The Klk lodge is ad
vertising for staled bids for the erection
of a building three stories high at the cor
ner of Fourth and Pewey streets In this
city. The plans and specifications pre
pared by Architect Shseffer call for a
building modern in every respect.
RK.Pl'RLICAN CITY After an illness of
two weeks' duration. Mrs. Kllxabeth Fine,
wife of Joseph B. Fine, died at her home,
south of this city, Thursday. Heart disease
was the cause of her death. Peccaaed was
7 years of age. Mrs. Fine Is survived by
her husband and several children.
NEBRASKA CITY-Jamee Peter Claw
son, aged 86. died at his home in this citv
yesterday, lie was born In Sweden and
came to this city In lSfi4 and has made this
his home. He leaves a widow and two
children. The funeral will be held from
the Ijttter pay Saints' church Sunday aft
ernoon. NEBRASKA CITY Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Cudahy of Omaha arrived here yesterday
to attend the bedside of Miss Emma Mor
ton, who is dangerously ill wltii pneu
monia. It is expected that Taul Morton
will arrive here this evening. The physi
cians have given up all hopes of Miss Mor-ton'-s
NEBRASKA CITY-Frank. vounaest arm
! of Mr. and Mrs. Granville Stevenson, died
'at the borne of his parents In this citv after
ja brief illness. The iteceased was born ill
this city on November IS. 1R5. and was one
Nebraska City Templara Baaqaet.
NEBRASKA CITT, Neb., May 7.(-spe-clal.)
The members of of Mount Olivet
commandery, No. 2, Knights Templar, last
evening publicly installed their newly
elected officer, as follows: Generalissimo.
A. B. Wilson; excellent commander. W. S.
Carnutt; captain general, J. W. Heberg;
prelate, Rev. W. W. Barnes; S. W., Fred
M. Kuwltzky; J. W., John Cllnkenbeard;
standard bearer. Sam Goldberg; sword
bearer, W: W. Met; recorder, M. R. Thorp;
treasurer, Pr. Frank P. Marnell; warder,
C."M. Aldrlch; sentinel, E. E. Thorp. The
newly elected officers were Installed by : of the e Indents of th" high school that was
Tast Eminent Commander Pr. Claude Wat- i Hxteil to graduate tills year. The funeral
son. During the ceremony Pr. Watson was j
of the best known educators In the state 1 presented with a handsome gold past emi
have been blackballed, even though the
educator was not even aware that his
name was to be. presented for membership.
Under the rules any member by securing
the endorsement of a recond member could
propose a teacher for membership. Then
if six members voted in tlje negative, the
teacher was reected. In some instances
the black balling of a member has heen
made public. The chancellor and others
concluded it was time to clear out from
; wns held Saturday.
(.in A Nil ISLANP F.y a vote of 174 to R4
the Liederkran!! society decided to sell half
ol Its property, in the close-In residence
nent commander'a Je.wel. studded with
diamonds and bearing the figures lS.Oi-1910 j i!,1101 fo'' ,not 'CS!'l tha" W2'0"?' wh' "
. f.i.i11 per lot. and the aim is therewith to
ana propr. i in-niwn b iruiK yir5. ieu , nnin a fine hall on the remaining four lots,
by the members of the commandery after ' The plans of some of the members are for
his fifteen years- service. After the i" ciuo iniiiunig.
to,, t t--i if i t"" 'ni'Mf TriianrtM"-1
labors the members and their frtends re
paired to the banquet hall, where a feast
was served by th ladies of the Order
of the Eastern Star. It was one of the
most elaborate feasts served in this city
Special Election at Kearney,
KEARNEY. Neb.. May 7. (Sp. ...D-A
special meeting of the city council was held
Thursday night and a petition was pre
sented asking tor a special election for the
purpose of voting 1125,000 worth of bonds
(STELLA The baccalaureate sermon will
lie preached at the Baptist church Kundav
evening. May 15, by Rev. Mr. Hinkle. Class
day exercises Wednesday. May 1. at 2 p.
m. in the high school building and com
mencement exercised Thursday evening
in the opera house Mny 10; address bv
STELLA La wrence Curtis and Miss May
Hall, hntlkof this city, were united In mar
riage at the Lutheran parsonage by Rev.
Shlrck Wednesday evening. A wedding
supper was served afterwards at the home
of the bride's mother, Mrs. W. p. Brvant.
The young couple will reside on a farm
near Stella. The groom is a son of J. T.
to purer.... i..e waier .... pe.mon NORTH PLATTE-An ordinance has been
waa signed by fifty freeholders. It Is not parsed by the city council and has taken
definitely' known whether the American effect that city prisoners hereafur will
Water company will accept the offer, hut
it is generally understood . that it w ill.
About a year ago the proposition to vote
1100.000 worth of bonds for the same pur
pose waa submitted to the people and met
with defeat. The council set June 7 as the
day for holding the eUctlon.
. Our town is i building bo fast that
have TUtUCR U MBER YARDS,
all of them doing more than thev can
hand! What we want l a BRB'K
PLANT. Got ALL THE UMBER WE
WANT, but we 1HJ WANT A BRICK
MAN WHO CAN MAKE BRICK. Will
make a first class proposition to the
Buhl, Idaho, la the market point for
90,000 acres Carey Act land: the richest
land that lies nut of doers. There Is
nheup electric power gained from the
falls of tha Snake river. There are oceans
of farm proiince of every decrlntion.
Eicrvthlng is favorable. I'leas WRITE
ME AT ONCE:
You can aatlsfv vourself vourself about
t'.ils if yon will' write to ma at once, tj
ran senn v.-ui a tmnKiet snowing ji ii
TECl'MsEH. Neb.. May 7.-(Special.)-The
following is the program for the com
mencement week festivities of the Tecum
seh High school:
Friday evening. May ?0, the Junlora will
banquet the seniors at the Hotel Hopkins.
Sunday evening. May Si, baccalaureate
address at the Methodist Episcopal church
by the pastor, Rev. Richard Pearson.
Tuesday evening. May 24. class play,
"Shenandoah," at the Smith theater.
Thursday evening, May 26. commencement
exercises at the Smith theater: address by
Hon. Richard Metcalfe, associate editor
df the Commoner. Lincoln. The class will
Include eighteen young people, eight boys
and ten girls. i
t rlday evening. May 27. alumni reception.
Hennrll Mill Ltlrert Mink I.cawae.
NEBRASKA CITY'. Neb.. May 7.-lSpe-
U'lllT Tlll I.'. !' . , V- .1 t d T,I.
PENP ONi'tust' WHAT 1T'"LL HO clal -Editor J. K. Benwell of the Paily
FOR Yol'. Write for me book. It costa . Press, who was elrcted manager of the
ao I hing
and may mean a fwiiune to you.
O. H. McOUOWK. Ftoretary BVBL COM-
aCZrCTTAX. CLUB. Bbl. Idaho.
labor upon the streets. The fine and cost
will be worked out at the rate of a Il.n0
per day and If the prisoners refuse thev
will be put upon a diet of bread and water
until - reach a more tractable frame
BRII GEPORT Judge Grimes of North
Platte held a special term of district court
here Saturday night to receive the plea and
sentence George Hunt, charged with horse
stealing. The accused pleaded guilty and was
sentenced to tho penitentiary for one year.
The horsB stolen belonged to the Phoenix
Land and Cattle company, at whoso ranch
Hunt formerly worked.
NEBRASKA CITY-The citv council
Thursday evening heard a remonstrance
against the granting of a saloon license
to William Segralner. They had almost an
an nignt session. I he next morning they
met again and granted a license to Josepn
Curtail. Tills makes eleven saloon liccni-es
they have granted up to this time and
there are sev.ral more applications on file.
YORK O. S. Harrison, familiarly known
as Father Harrison, a horticulturist of
national reputation has filed articles of In
corporation of the C. S. Harrison Nursery
company. The company Is composed of C.
S. Harrison, H. S. King and Fred G. Yule.
Mr. ItarrUon has been called the Burbank
of Nebraska and is one of the best known
writer:) on horticultural subjecta in the
NEBRASKA CITY Because of the heavv
rainstorm yesterday the Fort Crook base
nan iem nia not com Here to plav. nor
did their minstrel company appear for the
evening performance at the Overland
Free Demonstration of
hinamel All This Week!
TK demonstrator who will be at our
Itorl this week will allow every vts
ItorNiow they can put a Pull-Stained-llard-WondEffeit
on soTt wood. nM
painted cr varnished wood, furniture, etc..
local base ball team and secretary of the
Mink league, has t4ken a vacation until
September and will devote all of his lime
to base ball and the management of the 'theater. The Red Cloud tam was unable
niovl.ig th old flnitli.
team and the league. J. H. Sweet, who
has been associated with him. will do all
of th work on the Pally Press until he
returns to his labi.
lilt ore Salt at 'Inllen.
MILT. EN. Neb.. Ma 7. -(.special Tele
gram.) The dlstiiel court of Hooker
cnunty adjourned Thursday and moved
to Thcdford. where several cases are to
be tried. The petlton of W. 11 Bedford
llo play this afternoon because the grounds
were 100 son. i aptain Hums or the Mink
team, who lira been suffering from pneu
monia, is anie io of out again and will
taKe rnaige or me games next week
NORTH PLATTE The city council has
passed an ordinance making provisions for
n Cainegie library. A committee has been
chosen or which John Bratt Is chairman
which committee will be the board .if dlrc
tors of the library. Arrangements have
bet n made for the levying of the tax to
support the library and the purchasing of
a ait. It Is expected that a building will
oe erect? a at a cost or J.o.ouo to ImO.OhO.
wit! out the expense and trouble of ve- I - '.iivorce. wherein a cross
; filed, asking for alimony in th sum of) CRAM IsLAM The pric of about rrTo
I'er ace was paui rnis wees, oy tne county
board, for four acres cf land, a small nart
of It wcoded, the owner reserving the right
io cm tne ii.noer, ror ine opening of a
section line nad. half a mile long. Just
east of the city. The road was formeriv
suhMituted by a private road, but in recent
' u T a tl.lu I, mm V. ... . . . . ,
- ." tin .mi. .appraisers
(stlmated the damage at $S"J. the owners
at first demanded S2.0H. partly because it
divided a l) acre farm, and a compromise
was effected at si b.
This nroccRH gUts un entirely w j 3t and Hie custody of a minor child ws
aurrace itae eneer. i ompieieiy nmej all ,,. t0 Mrs. Bedford. Costs in this
Wemlhhos underneath. Anyone can ap:lv ' , to ,n, ,(,,,nlff.
It. Produces the grain as well as iolor of
r,al wood. Entire cost for material not1 Jacob el Doss. Uirr.
ever 2c Pt uua,' font. Come, even If- I'NCTION. Neb. May 7-.3re-
vou do not wish to use t yourself. It I . . . ... , , , '
, something you will be g.c. to tell your cl.l.-J.cb NWIss ch.rSed with attempt
!T ' ' . vw,7,t liri 'o murrtr Fran 7-ook. whom h brmitfht
House, Hotel and Office Furnishers
Sole Agents for
rchard & Wiltieliii
414-16.18 South Sixteenth Street
' FDRN1T0RE ' :
(Sole Agents for
Berkcy & Gay
We are making an unusual showing this season of new artistic furniture pieces specially priced. In this great
stock one can surely gratify their wish, and pick up splendid values.
(Like Illustration) A
very pretty colonial de
sign In genuine mahog
any. Heavy scroll effect.
Top is 28 inches wide,
hv An Inr'hpi Innr! has
one large drawer and an under shelf; regular value
special, eat n, at
The Herrick is a strictly high grade, clean, sanitary .
refrigerator, that is now satisfying over 2,000 users
In Omaha and vicinity. It maintalnb a perfectly dry,
cold air circulation, and will properly preserve all
. kinds of provisions. They come In spruce, white
enamel and opal glass lining. Outside, made of solid
$14 and Up
The standard of felt mattress perfection. "We
are sole state agents for the celebrated Os
termoor. Now showing in a complete line of
tickingsat $15.00, $16.50 and $18.00
Jt mms'i'i 1 1 I Ps 1 1 n y n
(Like Illustration) This Is positive
ly the best Rocker value offered.
The best of construction. Made of
solid quarter- sawed oak; polished
golden finish, rialn rich design.
I'pholstered In genuine leather seat. at
Regular value $13.50
Price, each ?
(Like Illustration) A substan
tially made aiMcle; comes In
soft brown finish; constructed
of solid oak. Top Is 8 Inche
square, 2C lncnes high over all
Contains one small ,drawer
with under shelf. Top Is also
fitted with combination brass
match and cigar CC Cft
holder, each (1 J. JU
Xew design Special prices Brass
Ueds with heavy 3-inch post fin
ished in best English lacquer. Comes
either in the bright or O CZ
atin; each J)laW. O
.With heavy '2-inch continuous post
rich pattern mounted on easy roll
ing casters. Heavy filling regular
value $28.0O-special. C10
(Like illustration.) Is an ideal porch swing
suspended from the ceiling with heavy
ropes made of heavy brown or green
ducking. An exceptionally strong frame
with patent spring seat fitted with com
fortable loose cushion with valance. The
Hammo-Port has a substantial back rest
or wind shield is 29 inches deep, 6 feet
2 inches long. Price, each $10.00
$50.00 Mahogany Divan Upholstered seat
and back in green library velvet; arms
heavily carved, claw feet; special price
Special Values in Pretty
In Presers, Odd Chairs, Rockers and
Divan (like illustration) upholstered seat
and back, in genuine leather mahogany
finished frame; rich, pleasing design; reg
ular value $32.00; special, each. .$22.00
$33.00 Three-piece Suit Consisting of di
van, ami chair and arm rocker; mahogany
finished frame; upholstered seat and back
in genuine leather; special price, $37.00
Divan Upholstered with loose cushion
green silk velour seat. Has three pretty
panels in back mahogany veneered. A.'
very pretty design; regular price $27.00
special at $17.50
$55.00 Three-piece Suit divan, arm rocker
and arm chair upholstered back, loose
cushion seat with silk velour; special
$()S.(K) T'liree-picce Suit;
consisting of d i v a n,
arm rocker and arm
chair. Back is genuine
mahogany veneer. Set
up in best quality of
leather. Carved claw
feet; special price
three pieces, $45.00
Three-piece Suit; mahogany
finished fmnie; panels, ma
hogany veneered; consist
ing of Divan, Arm Rocker
and Arm Chair. Seats up
holstered with loose cush
ions; green silk velour
Regular price R9.00; spe
cial for three
Our stock of lace eurUlns is the largest and best selected styles
and quality, at the lowest prices obtainable.
RIFFLE!) SWISS CURTAIN'S With hemstitched ruffles, in dots
or figures, per pair 95
NOTTINGHAM LACE CTRTAINS In new weaves, up-to-date pat
terns, per pair, at 95
Pl'CHESS LACE CURTAINS In Arab colors; new designs, per
pair, at $3.95
DUCHESS LACE CURTAINS In Arab colors, with Insertion per
pair, at R5.00
SCRIM CURTAINS With filet insertion and edge In all colors
per pair, at 87.50
MARIE ANTOINETTE CURTAINS The newest style curtains per
pair, at $10.00
WINDOW SHADES We make them from the best cloth, on
Hartshorn rollers. Prices always as low as is consistent with quality
of goods sold. .
MADRAS For Curtains Very attractive patterns.
4 2 Inches wide, cream color, per yard , I59
4 5 inches, cream and white color, per yard 50C
50 Inches, cream and white color, per yard G5
60 Inches, colored madras, all colors, per yard HTiC
CURTAIN NETS We.show the newest arts and craft designs
30 inches wide. In Arab colors, per yard
4 0 Inches wide, In Arab colors, per yard 15
45 Inches wide, in Arab and white colors, per pand 19
50 Inches wide. In Arab and white colors, per yard 35
50 Inches wide, in Arab and white colors, per yard 50
Other styles, per yard (55 to $3.00
Edging to match, any color, per yard 3t
CRETONNE Domestic and Imported the best colors
36 inch Cretonnes beautiful designs, per yard , 25
80-inch Taffetas beautiful designs, per yard 34
32-inch Eagles Chintz, per yard 60
IMITATION LEATHER We show the best in Pantasate-Morocco-
line all colors, per yard $1.00 and $1.25
BED SPREADS In Cretonne to fit full size bed with Holster covr
each an tr
CROCHET HER SPREADS In white with or without frlnge.'Vor
wood or iron bed each jgjj 23
Estimate cheerfully furnished for decorating your home-complete or in part we are prepared to do fres
coeing refinishing woodwork, as well as paper hanging,
AVe would be glad to figure and talk with you about your decorating.
ALL SET FOR TRADE TRIP
Boosters of Commercial Club Are
' Equipped for Voyage.
LUXURIES ON BOARD JTHE JTRAIN
Complete Telephone Kchaae and
Barber Shop on Rollins Hotel
rroilded lor ne E-rnralonlat.
from ;erman . prmiln marriage,-which
he refuaed." ai bound 'over to district
Dec Waui Ait wlil bwil jour buslnt
If you hve anything to el( or ex'hangn
idvertlac It In Th B -t Want Ad columns.
The only obstacle In the way of the mc-
cess of the trade excursion was removed
Saturday, when It was r ported that the
missing siren whltle had been found.
The whistle was turned over to the L'nlon
Faclflc some months Ago to blow a wel
come to President Taft and afterward
cam Into the possession of Dr. Millener,
who thought he would ue it to attract
attention to his wireless show on the Ak-Sar-Ben
All th photographs that will appear in
the trade excursion booklet have been
hand'd In to the engraver and as soon as
the cut are made will be turned over to
tli printer. Many of those who are listed '
for the trip failed to send In a photograph
and wlll.be disappointed when they find
their picture Is missing from the roster.
I'.ach member of the trade excurson will
be fitud out with a pair of Hood rubber.
K. I. Aldrlch. aflllng agent for th Mood
Rubber company, has made arrangements
to provide each member of the party with
rubbers. All that those who go have to
do to be properly shod I to call at Chair
man Hay ward s establishmi nt and get th
latest In rubbers. ,
A complete telephone system will be In
stalled on the train by the Nebraska Tele
phone conpany. It is expecwd that at
every stop made by the party loal tele
phone people will want to go through the
train and inspect the system. The switch
board will be large inough to accommodate
thirty-five stations. There will be at least
two telephones in each car and In th com-
: pirtment mr there will be on in each
compartment. H adquarters will he. con
nected with every part of th liain all the
time and the necessity for having to runi
through the train when anyone la wanted'
will be eliminated. In those, towns w hfre
an evening1 will be spent two wires are
run from the train. One puta the train in
connection with the local exchange and the
other will be a direct wire to Omaha, so
that those who wish may keep In commu
nication with their homes or offices.
Soft, felt hats will be worn by the trade
excursionists. These head pieces will have
a guady red band Instead of blue, as here
tofore. The hats are a feature of the trip
and will make th wearers conspicuous at
A. A. Smith, mayor of Sioux City, has
been heard from by the excursion commit
tee. He writes as follows:
"I anv In receipt of your Itinerary of
South Dakota-Nebraska trade excurblon
and assure you that we will be very much
pleased to have you call on Sioux City and
spend as much time as possible with us.
The matter of your reception and enter
tainment will be taken up with our Com
mercial club, and on behalf of the city
government, I cap promise you a hearty
welconu and the 'freedom of the city." "
Another feature of the excursion Is the
barber shop that is a part of the equip-
. . 1 ; 'T-i 1 . . ,
I mem un lilt; nam. i un iiicbi mina Hi
I barber, chairs will be installed and the
j boosters may look their best all tht time
' If they are so inclined.
Porter Files for
a tew or ovm txttawt moras
1359 Tiffany Ming"; 9 l-4 carat ( fin, bin whit
1353 Tiffany Klngi 3 osrata fin color....
1333 Tiffany Kin;; 1 S-C oarata, -oo color
1178 Tiffany King; 1 3-8, 1-33 and l-4 carat! fin eolor
' 1337 Tiffany Blngi 1 1-1 and 1-33 carat; fin color
IBM Tiffany King- lilt and 1-33 carat; good color
1131 Tiffany Ming; 3-4 1 1-64 carat; fin color
1343 Tiffany Ming; 3-4 and 1-33 carats ; good eolor
13S0 Tiffany fclng; 3-4 and 1-13 carat
1304 Tiffany King; 8-8 and 1-84 oarata; gcod color
1354 Tiffany Klng-i 1-3 carat; fin, bin whit
1833 Tiffany King; 1-14, 1-18 and 1-84 carats; fin eolor
Others from 88.00 to BSOO.OO
OUK OUaVKASTEB We agree to repurchase any of the ahov described
rings at any time vlthln cne year from dat 1 of purchase, and pay In
cash nine-tenths or amount paid; or will allow full price paid In ex-
cjiaiige, at anytime.
. . 980.00
. . 90.00
I Lincoln Man Who Led Scheme to
Nominate Bryan for Senator
Seeks Place at Democrat.
tKrom a Ktar." eorrespondmt. )
LINCOLN, May 7.-(Sptclal Telegram.)
W. V, Porter of Lincoln thl morning filed
for nomination for railroad commissioner
on the democratic ticket. Mr. PorUr served
a term a secretary of state several years
go, bfing electud as demo-pop. Recently
he broke Into the Mm light with a pian to
take up a collection to pay the fee for plac
ing Mr. Rrjtn'i name In nomination for
I'nlted 8ates senator. Thla morning he
said that Mr. Bryan had - asked hln to
proceed no furlhtr with th schtm.
Good every minute
for the quality's in it
1 Bce-TIc Best iif Sills
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